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Title: New-York American
Uniform Title: New-York American (New York, N.Y. 1821)
Alternate title: New York American
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: May 7, 1829
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Edition: Daily ed..
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
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Preceded by: American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
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OFFICE. BROAD-STREET. THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1829. VOL. X. NO. 2879.


S LONDON LANE OF PACKETS.
.iTroilon io s tili h ofevery month.)


SEncouraged bytheaitrionagewhisithese packets havehith.
ertoenjoyed, andwith the view ofcreatingnew facilitiesin
the intercourse between New York and Loadon, thcpre-
prietors ofthese ships now intend to despatch one ofthem
fromNew York on the'tth and from London on the 10 th of
every month throughout the year, viz:
Ship HUDSON, C. -.Champlin,master, to sail 16th May.
Ship ROBERT EDWARDS, Sherburne, master, t( sail 16th
SShip CAMBRIA, A. H. GriswoId, master, to sail 16th July.
S_ Ship 'HELEN, N(,Cobb, master, to sail 16th August.
Thesehalipa are all of the first class, about 4Q0 tons burthen,
.oppTeredand copper fastened, and are commanded by omen
S well acquainted in the trade, and will be elegantly and pro-
fus.el furnsished for the accommodation of passengers--Beds,
oedlmg Wines, and the"iaost ample Stores, being supplied
bytheowners.---Fqr freight or passage, apply to either of
thecomniandera,onbta-.-the lais, otto,
JOHN RIMlS%%OLD, A.or.r.
N. B.-The Shipnethia Lne are iniend-.d ,-rcat'l.:r i,
touch'lta l'ritsouim.cic av.iinmc~dorC tilti >ih m-
coumiarlilyfromt.hrat placeo'l0 heCoriintno, aid 'o dl' -rre-a
irL of'Englnrd ci
OLD LINE OF LONDLuN PACKETS.


Ship COLUMBIA,.J-S. DelanO master, to sai l st June.
Ship---- -- tosail.lst A.ly. .
Ship CORINTHIAN, D.Chadwickmaster ,to sailIstAug.
Shl-i BRIGHTON, W. E. Sebor,' master, to sail IstSeptem.'
[ Withaview ofoffering tothepublicgre'ater facilities in the
intercourse between New-Yoik and London, the subscribers
have established lhe above ships aa Lineof Packets', to sail
from New-Yomk onthe lst, and Iffdon o the 25th of each
moth in the year. They are ships of the first class, about
400 tons birthen,copperfastenedandcoppored, cominanded
by men experiencein the trade, and no expense is and will
be spared in, making their accommodations convenient and
comfortable for passengers. Beds, Bedding,-Wines, and
Stores, of the first quality, are furnished,-For freight, or pas-
sage, apply to the maters on board. at Pine-street wharf, or to
FISH, GRINNELL & CO. 136 Front-street.-
S .-lThe ships of-the above Line'are intended to touch
at Portsi ottheach way fbrtheepurposeoflanding orreceiving-
passengers. Steamboats run constantly from that place to
the ContinanLand to differentnarts of England. m2
LiVER-POOL'PACKETS.


rTheSubs c.eri have 6,aiblfshed ihe illloming hlps as a
Line of Pck.-t. bem'wsn th=i p..ri andl inrpo.:.l, to leave
ihisport or. Ihe aih, and Li-dpo'jil i ihei.- -t h of etch
ni i'nah in the. yesE:-
SSip IOTK NaishdseCf.i.s.masier.,.tos:.lliv.;ih.
&dSp GE-ORIE CANNING. Alli .mastrer, 'i,: t i J 'ntrs 8i
Ship NaPOLEON. Srrnrt, Unlaiei, ,sE.isLd Jui .
sui 5 .AIL3. RICH.ADS Holdrer, master. .:, ei1 A 1 .-
These .i i.,,-, : j'e. 0,:,ul :Ju I'm l h .'ii -t bJl t i 't "' h L -.il
materials, copper fastened and coppered, commanrbd iby
m in.experiencedin this -trade taid ns.. i-S-ri'e-wdil be spa-
red in making their accommodalions counvenment and corn-
Sfortable for passengers- Beds, Bedding, Wines andStores
of the first quality, are furnished. For freight or passage,
apply to the captains on board -or to '
S alO FISH. GRInLNELL & CO. 136 Front street.
PACKETS FOR. HAVRE-FIRST AND SECOND LINES.


S Anarrangement having been made for the organization of,
the P.acl:tb to Ho .in, in tir-moalhri diJ.,s p.air. ,, 1 h. ... ",f
het Ih' Liuates wi4 in cormhe ml Siij lI'rj m he'n ce i t rti it iitI'ij-
vrein ibS .ihllorug r.3[ion, -
\ Ship BAYARD. capt. B. Buntran. aldl ril from Nts- ork
on "1th Iiq v. and rdI'mi Hais or.e 1t .vlul.
S Ship CHAF.I.EMAGNE. capl H. Rob,.na,. ,;, 1 sail fron
Nen.lo-rk'-. Ia.itunn-e,and froimHaiTein'20ih uly'
Shp CHARLES CARROLL. ra,pi.Jas Clark, L.il -l i rn:,m
ShNeA-t .rk r,n ilt J, r..e. rd Itr,, Havreon aIs Aal, 'i.
Ship FRANCt, e.npi. L Funk, v.-ll &i ji,:,m Ne -..'urK
on ItL July an I4Pnm Havre oa,-2urh Auguer.
Ship EDWARD QU ESNEL. cap. E. Hiskina. e,1 ,l
from New-York or. ,-uin Joly...hd fraur. Has re r, the nith
S Septembar.
S York, 1st August, and from Havre 20th September,
Ship EDWRD BONNAFFEcapt.Hathaway,willsailfrom
New-York on'20th Aug. and from Havre October 10.
These are allvessels ofthe first class and ably commanded.
Their accommodations for passengers compris all .that can,
berequired'for comfort and convenience., The price-for a
passagein the cabin is fixed at $140-for which beds,bedding,
-wines, and ample stores, are furnished.
Goods sent to the Agents in New York will be forwarded
free ofstofage, and other-than the expenses'that maybe actu-
ally paid upon them.-For.freight orpassage, apply to
a27 CRASSOUS & BOYD. Agents.
PACKET LINETOE IBRALTAR.
w .(E AjItARGfANT )


F IHE Subcr;ib rs. ".ith a '. ta o f,:illiaie -, j]. ir Irier
J eL c'.ie bei r i porT and lhi Medli.:rr.iir,..a. h.c
earabl.ihrl a Line .:.f Fackr i, to GiCbris.! ir i sad ijr.l i .ia:u ll
' r orrihin h eist dii o!'irvcr mon inil 'iom eanh p:iti. I h ,-..,-lsI
areall tirEiclaid.. co Pernd. id IfiSt t sailrif ? li cODiOiO n id-
ed, and ,iti spacious t'Jurnaihed arcoimnn>,:"amiiirs irp sF.ri-
er ft-s. The rinc r 'pa'Ein i'-isid St ill): i..r 'lu.ch ample
wre and asorei., i"' clin t deerl.tron, idll tie ,-sirid,,:..-
I heae ses ele are r,'li rltM numbei,:d. and oUne IJl hI Cu.n-
tiiiuvdtlron i e birtih Ior 'rei? lh. iand her n3aime, number, anhd
c>"i un, announced d in the dA. papers, so h'ai rtiJl diapp:iril-
instl cmi orcor..
Applyi n"'baard, in frori ,.''" the Sbt.,cribers, or to
F mIEt DA-IS & BROOKS. .*, ,li sit ieu.
FOR SALE ,ati L3per cent.ins.i
The StEkun IMl SANDUSKY5,
n n ly,, at ithe Fc.thfoot-ofHu-.
; =----- beri-e .r,-..tN. P., .he is built or
.': s- rd onda, irid ,i cu:, chiefly,andis
: S ats in cmplalr ,.,r,jr,m every re-
\ Eni, ,l. "rtte- rtiia.. rsiii -i2 ;'l",i5 l .ap S ins 1S' I-cll i ii-.. i... 'a
| l c ii'1h. 2.* 1.:? s[ "i in*:ti,- be. l arid fi"-t 'i lsiclic ..1. -h ri
r ir r_ rturyi. i Vevy I'Ji. a rd is sII l'urrnst..:d n -. r r,:,.'r,..t
i,. trals Wimt.e m'ide eas'-. Appl No. tam DLil ta.e-...
S1E.AM-BOtT FOR SALE.
4.'1 fS i THE r]". ,,ld".. 1 ,'tifr.n's
- ler.sd i.t.nr-t.i,., Fl'Lrloit, na.:.
":: f. -.:" "-* ~ running between New-York and
Providence, is offered for sale.--
'This Boatris 327 tons birthen; has
a copper boiler and low-pressure engine. Her accommoda-
tions for passengers are extensive, having tree cabins, abun-
dantly fuii hed ; with seventy births, and .is a first-rate sea
boat. A firt ertdescription, is deemed unrneepshary, aeany
person desirais 'of purchasing can have an opportunity-to
examinethe Boat. Forfurtherparticul rs. aid terms (which
will be low), apply to R. S. WILLIAMS & CO.
-, sO o orReof FultqtlndSouth'streets.


WINTER .ARRANGEMENT FOR THE EAGLE LINE
OF MAIL COACH FROM' NEW-YORK TO OWEGO.
.... .... ThlasLinewill.-leaveJ.J.Roy's,
erey' City, every Monday,
S S Wednesday and Friday morning,
at3 o'clock, passing through New-
leoiiod ark,MorriatownSuckasdany Plains,
S ewton Mllbrd,6Clark]'s Corner, DuldaffandMoiitrose to 0-
ve. u--ijn.i t Owego, intersecting the 'line, running daily
i thI.'ohl, i.Lt ,I O Qvid and Geneva. Also- a line running,
LhreeStL.si. teek'o Tioga' Point, Newtown, Bath,,Olean
Point, &c. At Montrose, it intersects aline.rurunningto-Phila-
delphia, via.'Wilkabarre, Bethlehem, &e, through in twe
davs. Also-a stage ninng to.Baltimore, via. Wilksbarre,
.. erwick Northumbetlandil irtisburh, &c. Also-a Stage
runi gthnirgeetimes-a weekto.Chenange Point. At Milford
it, intersects a linerunning three'times a week to Easton At
i ewtonalinerunaingthree men a w eek to Philadelphia,
via. Easton- : *.'*"- p .
S 'or Seats imithisLinie, app.y at James Kinney, No. 71, or
William F'aulkner, Western Hotel,,No.9 Courtlandt street,
- New York, orto J. J. Roy, Jersey City.
'i 'J. J. ROY. "
MILLAR HORTON, Proprietors.
S FrOCKI'TON & bIOKES,
J n-Jtary lot. l29. .
THE JAMN ICA STA'.E..
On, aidial'er M..tav, hf. 'v2wi.
"ant vAl leave Durien's Hotel.
JamnaC. ithal.paR". -,'Click C-
5v-r nvornrg '"'ndi.%'r -,. e{ii.
Br.)oKnl m, and Iave Mrsa. Flewry'a. .0i Pearl-.r(ei, Ne.
oih. t htlt'pai 3 o'clock it the 1\.i- f-ior sad 2 E-,-,.h. ii a
4 4 r.M-cSLitIL IsaacSnmdektr' and Coe S. D.3wne'n,
A.B. All S bag.abeat therislL.o
J3m-uca. Noc.-iO, t6-18. l(33I C. & J. btIP1IIN.
mIl
i'toD I EAt.HL--'t,:rrnels. ,supeioor :,ncle;.,.1.rale
U by H HRT. HEilICk & Cu. il, -,,ih-L. n,.
C"OTTON--_.'i ,uarc b l UGeorg,, Upland Ct.rT., land.
i sa.' nd frdiiM' '
al t ST41 .iRIli PEREINti. 41 "thb ,ir-ei.
S S-tr L'A',ANET .'O" i.t.i pur,-haa-d l bMr
p lii-a Brvr' hias IO'lo I ,\ i .rd L,5ih.r B, r *a[ N...
3 F bck-,p. bc leae eI e Iheir I'..nli e ind id :. pu..,
.i11htl ihev are dcterrr 'i liee. a its'eral s':.'ii' s[ ri
FIRST RATE ARTICLE-".i ihe mos ii',,.e']t,irm.-
J .hol elt andS eilt a an ilplcs ep i 'jrli i p, r l ti. :rl i .r
v ill be helt t icany part ol then 'v.freE ot e.rense ms
131G COPPER-b u'na NMiEA Pif it'per. I' r ,, t. %
". .' -,.;j P. .RA (ON P.3 Broa'ide%


FANCY STORES. .
r! ELEGANT ARTIFICIALFLOWERS.
0 THE LADIES.-Miss ST. MARTIN has received by
last arrivals from France. elegant Artificial Flowers, ofan en-'
- tirely new style-suited to the present season, wh ichi she will
a sell at the lowest possible prices. .
Mr" Merchants and Miliners siuplied at the lowest rates,
I by the box or dozon. with French or American Flowers. a4
NEW PATTERNS,
F? OR every description of Embroidery have been received,
and are now for sale, by MISS, ST. MARTIN, 359 Broad-
way. Also, elegant Artificial Flowers, &c. a28





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MADAME C. BAILLEUL, from Paris,
ENo. 12 Jo. sTREET,i"
-HL.CEIVES now, at the above place, from Paris, by
each packet ship, a much larger assortment'than formerly, of
the richest, newest and most fashionable Millinery, Dresses
and Fansy Articles; for the exhibition' and sale'of which, she
has specially appropriated a large room.
A private Dressing Room is also reserved.
Madame Bailleul continues, as heretofore, to superintend-
the making.ofall articles connected with Ladies'Dress.
Thecases received by theCharlemagne, will be opened on
Thursday., 30th April.
lh Ladies from the South'will now find at Mad'me B's
establishment a still more extensive and complete assortment
than thile last summer. a29
T ES CHATEAU DE CARTES-A new game, received
by late arrivals, and for sale by BOIURNE, 359 Broad-
way. It consists;,as its title imports, of cards, which may: be
formed into a great variety of buildings, and forms a pl- :if, --
amusement.' n,;
J d TO THE LADIES.
JI$'UST rec'd from Paiis, and for sale'at BOURNES', 359
Broadway, elegant Ostrich Feather Duiters,,with mother of
Pearl handles, tor dusting silks or velvet or other fine rrticles.
They will be found highly useful during the present and ap-
proachingseason. Being imported by the advertiser they
are soldatamoderateadvance on firstcost. -m2
SBRENCH DRAWING BOXES-For sale by BOURNE,
359 Broadway, a ,few Drawing Boxes, recently, rec'd
from Paris, containing a variety of .copies, cold and-.uncolPd
offlowers and landscapes, with fine water colors, brushes
and pallet, together with a stand to contain the copies while
painting. The whole put up in the neatest and most tasty
manner. m2
EVER-POINTED PENCILS.


HA1NDSOME supply of-Ever-Pointed Pencils, of new
and elegant patterns just receivedfrom the manufactory.
They are offered to the public at very reduced prices.
Also-Jewelry, Silver'and Plated Ware in general, and sil-
ver and brass Door Plates and Knockers, which will '..., -
graved to order in the best manner.
2t N e.. F EVERDELL, Engraver.
als8 2t No. 49 Fulton street. 5th'Store above Pearl.
r '. '; SEAL ENGRAVING.
J OBERT.LOVETT, Stone Seal Engraver, 297 Broad-
way, will engrave Seals on stone or metals, at a short notice,
and in a superior style. Specimens of work may be seen in
several hundred impressions, from seals executed by him.
SCoats of Arms.-Lmblematic Subjects, Initials, &c. engraved
on stone.' Notarial, Consular, and other Office Seals, engra-
ved on Steel, Silver or Brass.
Books of Heraldry,'fonthe inispeclion ofcustomers, contain-
ing the armorial bearings of near 100,000 names.
--isitiperCsrds ke ta.rnvedad ri in t. .al
i3O > ELEGANT WORK BOANS....- "-
-U.DOURNE 359 Broadway, offers for sale, elegant Fancy
-Work Boxes, ornamented in the most fashionable and tasty
manner. Also, a variety of small Fancy Trunks, entirely
new style; superior Pearl Paper Knives, at about half the
-prices usually. charged for them elsewhere-together with
many other articles just received. .a27
T HE RENOVATING LIQUID will restore-the faded co-
., iurs ,f, Bia..k i r. d'lu. GA. ErMENT ,S r...... 'r,,, :1,i,1,i
!''.:,r', .:l. ,ll 1, I i. i [.i..lb, ( -.... T r. s Sa L ,








T rillt,- i1t !! [ltoorf,: l :Broadway.l lh office of D. & J. i




H ENDERI$tN' FLINT STONE WARE Manufctory, Jet- I
icrI C ity l," n jd r ixh rls i:.sn.ew description of Ornamentai.lr Ii
'is h has been approved of by those who have






wtout i iury; jars with coVers mugs ,tubs. flower pots. dc
ld haiga lustre supard r.:il Mr.. BLported ston laLr.:.andj-
waw-in the strigestrmaoi or the usill e of stores, taverns,






bhl. eat.c. is now ready for ipection id sale.
ry1 FLINT =STONEWARE.
HE put werholespetfulle and rvitedto call atNo. l8 Ful-
mon Fnelr. ,o,, doorfrom Broadway) the office of D. & J.
HE NDERlOiN' FLINT STONEWARE Manufactory, Jer-
c,:' Cirv. .nd ex.amine a new description of Ornamental
>Smele-.re, hboh has been approved of by those who have
seer, .,rd i. ed ri. Families can here be supplied at mode-
rate prices with several useful and durable articles for *domes-
tic purpolies, such as figured stone pitchers of all sizes,.which
will keep water cool in summer, or stand the fire to boil it
without injury; jars with epyers mugs ,tubs, flower pots'&c.
A' great variety of extra ized stone pitchers, with hold fig-
made in the strongest lanner for the use of stores, taverns,
ships, steamboats, &c. is now ready for inspection and sale.
Shippers, and wholesale and retail dealers in the city and
country, promptly supplied on liberal term's, by ppllcatori to
mS7 158 Fulton-street first door from' Brpadwav.


SIl. I UNDERTAKER.'
,J-ADWARD COATES Sexton of Trinity Churehand Un-
dertaker, has opened his Warehouse at No. 143 Canal (south
side) near the corner of Varick street, and'at 402 Broadway,
where heconstantly keeps on handready made Coffins, of
every size and quality: also, crape, scarfs, shrouds, caps,
gloves, &c. and will furnish at the shortest notice, hearses,
carriages, &c. -
The experience of the advertiser in those departments of
his business which have devolved upon him. during many
years coctinuance in the office of Sexton, and in charge of the
largest cemetery in the city. constitutes lie trusts a peculiar
qualification for the duties of an Undertaker. He hopes, also,
that he may refer with confidence, to the very many respecta-
ble families, in which he hasbeenthus employed, for the man-
ner in whichhis functions have' been discharged. The ,pub-
lie may rest assured that while he will ever conscientiously
endeavorto fulfil the just expectations of his. employers as
to the required style of arrangements, he will scrupulously ad-
here l any instructions which he may receive for the obser-
vance of economy. Great care will especially oe taken in
the selection ofcarriages,'horses and drivers.
N. B. His charges in all cases will be accommodating and
moderate. myl 2m
T THORP'S PATENT SPINNERS.
HE public is respectfullyinformed that the several Ma-
chines fbr an improved mode of'spinniine, invented arind paten-
ted by John Thorp, known by the names of Patent Can Spin-
ner, Patent Cap Spinner. Patent Ring' Groove -pinner, anml
Patent Whirling or R6tary Ring Spinner; all of which dis-
pense with the common flyer; are the exclusive -property of
the subscribers; and all persons are cautioned- against pur-
chasing or usigg either of said improvements without their
consent. The same caution is given against the use of Thorn's
improvement in the.formation ofthespire of Yarn,. on %. j
ver'sbobbins. The use of Thorp's Whirling or Rotary F.,e-
n,:r,ri,.,m,: i ,'..,: h. b ,tbtn disposed of for iall the'states
,[i [i, .it i......-. j .> '[ i.,: N .i% England States. ,
Th,- C r. i.,,,.r f, a.:.- inr, successful operation in Provi-
-'- .I i" ". iirtl.- NllI li, ge, where it can be seen. It
..tpn-,irn Iull: bt.r.dn .,ii n a mannerfar superior to the
,nt.u .iiil ', i .ji .-'m,l ai iitct-to stale that an'examination
It"| i ..i:i ta n a 1-1 ,, o a ,' r e ,re tiresa cti on as to'th e utility
aid iid.'-J,:d ti i,,ti ,, t hS invention.
Or.l';r. ip,:,si r- .iul t':r im. :e improvements, or luihor c.f
i., nhor I:',r i.- igf ii i, i.e it,.m in any section Ol'iii' ;.':Jr.-
r.V tl ..0 [h-i: itiL I.u.ridI LJto if addressed to either of
r' e ,utE,:r bt- .. "'
S' JOHN THORP,
JEREMIAH i \\i- I'PLE.
THOSE. & WII FLE fr HER
Providence, R. I. March 9.1829. m27 law3m


S- BOYS'CLOTHINGEMPORIUM, '
T Np. 303 Broadway,' corner of Duane street.
HE only extensive establishment in New-York devoted
exclusively to Boys' Clothes where an extensiveassortment,
made up in the best, style, of various 'patterns,to suit Boys'of
all ages and the different tastes ofparents, is kept constantly
on hand f6rsale.'
MOURNINfG DRESSES'for Boysofany ageturnished at
thIe shortest notice, without thedelayytrdinarily attendant on
occasions of family affliction, by
JAS. A. CAMPFIELD', Draper & Tailor.
NB.-Gentlemer'sClothig madeto order at the shortest
notice. dig


DRY GOODS.
J/AIRSEILLES QUILTS, for sale cheap, by
a30 C. SMITH & CO. No. 9 Maiden-Lane.
P LAID GINGHAMS.-2 cases oftheabove articlejustre-
ceived and for sale by
m30 C. SMITH & CO. 9 Maiden-Lane.
F LEMISH SHEETINGS & IRISH LINENS.-Two cases
ofsuperior quality, for sale cheap by C. SMITH & CO.
a8 No. Maiden Lane.
1C SMITH & CO. No. 9 Maiden-Lane; offer Yer sale a
general assortment of CLOTHS and CASSIMERES
of thebest quality, and the most fashionable colors.
Marseilles and Valencia Vestings .
White and striped Satin Jeans
Yellow Nankeensofthe bestquality. filO
IP ALMERINES.-Justppened, a large assortment of real
M Palmerines, of the best quality imparted, for sale by the
pieceoor yard. by F. J CONAINT,
a30 2ti 181 Maiden Lane.
J BLONDE GAUZE VEILS.
J UST received at S FEWART'S, 262 Broadway, one case
(p dozen, 5-4 & 6-4 Blonde Gauze Veil,. of new-and elegant
-patterns, which are offered for sale, wholesale and retail,lt"
moderate prices.
AL8o-1 case blue black and cold Paris Palmeriennes
1 do. Matteonies Superior Italian Lustrings
1 do. light blue &loves and Mitts
1 do. blue, and jet black Gros Des Indes of an extra quali-
ty nd Lustre, and warranted all silk. I ml
ELEGANT CASHMERE & THIBET SHAWLS-of
the best equalitv, and splendid patterns in the borders-
just received in every variety of size and eclour, suitable for
the.present season, at GEORGE A. BUTT's,
myl No. 2, Maiden Lane,
0 SUPERIOR GROS DES INDES-ALL SILK.' '
A'EORGE A. BUTT opened this morning, one pack-
age very superior Gros de Indes, and Gros de Zeno Silks.
fashionable colors for Ladies dresses, hats, &c-which will
be disposed of very low, wholesale'or retail, at
myl N 2 Maiden Lane, near Broadway.
.SUPERFINE FURNITURE DIMITIES-Black and wht.
C'mbric ("inghams, Extra fine 6-4 Cambric Muslins,'
14-.1 %i'r'. ,iI. Quilts, &c. just opened,and for sale low. at
wholesale or retail GEORGE A. BUTTo'S
myl No. 2 Maiden lane. near-Broadway,
MyARCELINE-Extra super jet black Marceline-a few
pieces just. received, for sale low, by
ml JOHN STRANG & CO. 434 Pearl-street.
LOOR CLOTH BAIZE--Just'opened for sale low. by
the piece oryard, a large aslertment ofstout Floor Cloth
Baize, 6, 7, and 8 quarters wide, printed and plain.
myl .. PURDY & RAPELYE, 61 Maiden Lane.
URNITURE CHECK-stout yard wide .furniture Check
S for bed covers, for sale low, by the piece or yard.
Smyl-P PURDY & RAPELYE, 61 Maiden Lane.
.DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS & NAPKINS. "
THE Subscribers have lately received a large assortment
of Silesia and Irish double .Damask TIble Clothes and
Napkins, of various sizes, part of which are the best quality
ever imported., and will be sold low.
PURDY & RAPELYE, No. 61 Maidan Lane.
ALso, Table Diaper and Table Damasl of every width, for
sale low, by the piece or yard. a29


H A S K E L L,
JV s. 29 : 11 1ARCADE.
SAS just received a good assortment of splendid Gauze
Ribbons, and Gauze I Hdkfs.-Also, a choice assortment of
SSilks, spring celors-to'gether with an extensive assortment of
fresh Goods, which will be sold at low prices. .a23
A \ THIBET WOOL SHAWLS.
LARGE assortment small, middling and extra large
size, superiorquality new and beautiful patterns, for sale at
wholesale or retail, by R. & A. LANE, No. 11 and 18 Mai-
den-Lane, next door to, and opposite the Arcade.
Also as aboyve-5-4. 6-4, and 7-4 real Camel's Hair and
Cashmere do. new and beautiful style, m5
T DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS & NAPKINS.
HE Subscribers have now for sale at the very lowest
market prices, and will keep constantlyon hand, a Arge as-
sortment of DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS and NAPKINS,
of every size and quality.
A PURDY & RAPELYE. No. 61 Maiden Lane.
ALSO-Table Diaper and Double Damask of every width,
for sale by the yard or piece. .4mn6.
A PIANO STAND & TABLE COVERS.
N extensive assortment of the above article, rich Navy
and French blue ad reen. Plain and filled centres, and cir-
duceAdprices.,by R. & A. LANE, No. 11 Maiden lane, next
the Arcade. m5
C ANTON WINDOW BLINDS-1 case just received fine
Canton Window Blinds different colors and beautiful
patterns. JOHN STRANGE & CO,
m5 434 Pearl street.
R SPLENDID PLAID GINGHAMS
JI ECE]VED this day 1 case elegant plaid Ginghams, mode
colors, and of a very fine quality.
m5 JOHN STRANG d& CO. 434 Pearl street.
_9 PARIS AND LONDON GOODS.
o@ a S. FOUNTAIN offers for sale, at his Fancy Store, 263
Roadway, 4 cases einbroiaered, camel's hair. Thibet muslin,
Cotepaly, and Organdy Dresses ; 13 different styles of thin'
Goods for spring dresses; 2 cases Paris needle-work'd muslin
and lace Fishu Al'avielles, Canes, Sleeves, &e. d&c.-some
of which are entirely new and elegant ; 7 styles of embroid-
ered figures- Waist Ribbons, Indispensables, &c.; Fancy
Hdkfs., Scarfs, Gauze and Leonidas Veils, plain and figured
Gros des Indes and Silks of every description for millinery
and dresses; Cotton Goods of every kind; high and low
priced Goods in every variety;. Paris made Hats; 1 case of
superior Cologne, in Fountain patterns and fancy bottles.
N. B.-J. S. F. has the pleasure to inform the ladies, that
his frieadin Parisa has selected many ofthe above Goods from
the latest Paris fashion with the .greatest care and attention,
which warrants him in saying, that his store, is the place to
find the true fashion of this city.
Those ladies who can call early in the day before the store
is thronged, will have a better opportunity of making a selec-
tion from his large'aud tasty assortment, as more time and
attention can be take in 'displaying the various rich goods.
The subscribers are requested to call and receive the Cos-
tumes Also.duplicates for sale, a28
]J OSE & HALF HOSE-An extensive assortment of
Stockings made for use-for men. women and children.
Also-Half Hose of all sizes-together with ladies and misses
super Horseskin Mitts, Boudard and other Gloves, for sale at
wholesale or retail, by -'
R. & -A. LANE, No. 11 and 18 Maiden lane
m4 next door to and opposite the Arcade,
P111 SUPERIOR BLEACH IRISH LINENS.
& A. LANE have opened an extensive assortment of
fine, middling, and extra superfine Irish Linen, in whole acid
half pieces, of soft finish, and warrantai in every particular.
They are tflered cheap by the piece or. larger quantm.y, at
their Stores, No. 11 and 18 Maiden-Lane, next door to, and
opposite the Arcade. m4
SILKS & NANKINS.-The Subscriber offers for sale at
,-No. 100 Front-street, 150 cases China Silks, consist-
- i, coloredred and black Satins, black, white, colored, and
umbrella Sarsnets, and Sinchews, black and colored Levan.
tines; black Satin Levantines; black and cross-barred Hdkfs.
white, black, blue, and *lored Sewings; Nankin Crapes, sa-
tin figured and embroidered Crape Shawls, Satin Damask,
white Paungees, figured Velvets, scarletCrapes.
1.000 pieces Mammee yellow Nankins
3000 do. Company do. do.
3000 do. short do. do. for sale by"
m4 THOS. G. & WM. F. CARY, 100 Froent-st.


SATTEENS, JEANS, & VELVETS for exportation-
2 cases 3-4 white Satteens,
6 do. 3.4 coloured Satteens anrd Jeans, asserted blue,
brown, pink, yellow, green and buff.
5 do. 2-4 coloured velvets, entitled to debenture, for sale
by C. H. RUSSELL & CO.
mO 165 Pearl-street.
-00A0btb NANKEENS.
P9i..J.0001 Pieces Yellow 'Nankeens Mamme Chop, in
S5000 pieces Yellow Nankeens, 2d quality [lases
t1 000 do. blue .do. do.
entitled to debenture, for sale by
a27 J. J. ASTOR & SON, 8 Vesey street.
D RILLING --4 Bales Cotton & Linen Drillings-just re-
ceived, aM for sale by
a29' TUCKER, SPRING & DORR, 54 Pine-st.
ACGO COTTONS-20 bales 2!) inch fine Brown Shurtiugs.
25 bales 39 inch Brown Sheetings
10 do 39 do Bleached do '
5 do 29 do Shirtings,just received from the Saco Man-,
ufacturing Cobmpuny, forsale by /
a29 TUCKER, SPRING & DORR, 54 Pine-street. -
s'ATINETS-3 cases blue and cadet mixed Satinets, thi
K day received and for sale by /
". a2S TUCKER. SPRING & DORR 54 Pine-st.;
LUE BLACK FIORENCES-Icase Blue Black Avi'-
non Florences-justreeeived and forsaleby (
a29 TUCKER, SPRING & DORR, 54 Pine-st.
HTAVANA GRASS HATS-350 dozen of superior qu li-
I3.- ty, for sale by G. MERLE, 138 Pearlstree

L ONG LAWNS-1 case extra fine Lon Lawns, just to-
J ceived for sale by TUCKER, SPRNG & DOBRR,
alo 54 Pine-treet.
AIMIRICAN WOOLENS.-300 packages, consisting of
Broad Cloths,
Flannels, .
Cassimeres, and Satinets-for sales on liberal
terms, at 54 Pine-street, by U I,
m5 TUCKER, SPRING & DORR.
C REPE DE LYONS-2 cases of -assorted Colours, just
Landed, and for sale by' C. H. RUSSELL & CO.
m6 15, Pearl street.
M OREENS-4 cases ofembossed moreens, yellow, blue
and crimson, for sale by .
m C_. H. RUSSELL S. CO, 165 Pearlstreet,


CARPETING, &c.
C ARPETING-20 bales superfine Carpetingjust received
and forsaleby
a275t RIPLEYS & WALDO, 11 Exchange Place;.
NEW CARPETING.
JOHN STRANG & CO. will open on Monday, 4th May,
at their Dry Goods and Carpet Store, 434 Pearl-street, 2
bales splendid light Carpets, 1 do. do. dark do. some entire
new patterns. ml





C'ARPET STORE, No 105BOWERY.-Theundersigned
C ofler for sale, at their Carpet and Floor Cloth Ware-
house, No.'105 Bowery, below Grand-street, the following
descriptions of Good:
Brussels Carpeting, of white, lemon, green, and other
colored ground work .
Ingrain Carpeting, from the Kidderminster and other dis-
tinguished manufactories inEEngland, of various qualities,
patternsand ceire.
Venetian Carpeting.-Plaids, striped and figured Venetian
Carpeting, of all the different widths. Also,
FloorOil Clodi, .... %, ..1" \u hiih r- a low priced article.
Floor Cloth d ae.ig -isr.cd and plat, from 7-8 to 8 quarters
w ide. 1 1 1 %
Table, Piano, and ,Stand Covers. consisting of fine, extra
fine, and superfine qualities, of the Grecian.and Vine Border,
a splendid article.
Imperial, Turkey, Brussels, and Wilton Hearth Rugs,
India.Mats and Mattings, Fringes, Bindings, &e.
a4 2m ALBRO & HOYT.


Tr 1 CARPETING.
HE Subscribers in addition to their former.assortment,
opened, this momingseveral bales of.low-priced Ingrain
Carpeting and Hearth Rugs. Also, very superior Kidder-
minster, some entire new patterns, very splendid.
On hand, their usual extensive assortment of Bruasels, dou-
ble super, superfine, and fine Ingrain. Venitian in sets-cor-
responding patterns ofallclors, Imperial Brussels and Wilton
Hearth Rugs, all Floor Cloths, from three quarters to two
yards wide-Nankin Mattings of all widths-Piano, Table.
and Stand Covers. 1
N.' B. Goods sent to any part of the city, and cat to fit apart-
ments, without additional care to the purchaser.
J. & J. SACKErT, No. 96 Division-street.
m14 Nearly opposite Market-street.
L-LOOR CLOTHS-4 bales of plain and printed 6-4, 7- 1
-' and 8-4 Floor Cloths, green, orange and black, for sale by
al7 C. H. RUSSELL & CO. t65 Pearl-street.
M ADEIRA WINE.-The subscribers daring the.last year
have imported and placed in bond, several parcels of
choice Madeira Wine, which they now offer for sale--the late
law of Congress, reducipg the duty on Wine, having gone in-
to operation. Their importations are all of the well known
brand of J. HOWARD, MARCH & CO. selected and pte
up in assorted casks, with the greatest c e. Most of them
have had tliebenefitofvoyages to the Eas t and West Indies'
and iii consequence of the reduction of duty to 50 cents per
gallon, are now offered upon liberal terms and at very reduced
prices. Apply-to MARCH & BENSON
14 Broad street.
N. B.-Wine of the finest quality, sul4ectto drawback, al-
ways tobethad as above. J3 6m
G OODHI-IE & CO. 64 South street, offer for sale
1200 bolts XU Brusguins, Konoploff, and other marks
Russia Duck. 800 do, light and heavy Ravens Duck
S250 do Westphalia Duck; A & A A
600 ps. brown Russia Sheetings, 50 do. white do de
700 do white Platillas, 24 cases Choppas
12 do Italian Sewing Silks, 10 do Cotton Hosiery
6 bales Osnabu gsand Ticklenburgs
1 case German Nankeens
200 bales brown Thlames Shirtings and Sheetings, 3-4,
4-4. and 5-4.
S200 ps. Dundee Bagging, 100 tons Bologna Hemp
200 o.St. Petersburgand Riga Ryne Hemp
50 do Russia 12 head Flax, 100 casks do Tallow
25 casks do Bristles, 1st and 2d sort
250 coils do Cordage, assorted sizes
56 do Speller., 6 tons P'ig Iron
30 cases London Sheathing Copper, 16 to 32 oz,
600 Copper Bolts, t to 11 Inch
1800 bags Sumatra Pepper, 500 hhds Orleans Sugar
200 puncheons Orleans Rum, 10 do W. I, Rumi
10 pipes Holland Gin, 27 do. Port Wine
100 qr. casks sweet and dryMalaga Wine
3 half pipes Madeira Wine
130 bags Sicily Sumac, 95 bales Leghlorr Rags .
1000 German Buck and Goat Skins
4000 Mogadore Goat Skins, 5 casks salted I. A ^.-.i:..
70 cases pint and half pint Tumblers
16 ceroons Horse Hair, 2200 bundles Rattans
12 cases Assafoetida, 1 do Sulphate Quinine
S1 do Oil of Roses, 2 do Mirror Glasses.
10 catty boxes Yoting Hvson Tea. m6


B RITISH GOODS.--PETER REMSEN & CO.. Hano-
ver square offer for sale- 7 .
4' cases black and brown Merino d'Abeville Cloths
2 do black silk Florestines
4 doValencia Shawls, with-borders ,
2 do plain and twilled printed Silk Hdkfs.
10 boxes Gimp Laces, wide and narrow
10 cases fine and superfine black Bomb-azines
k 5 do men's drab buff a.id white Woodstock Gloves
2 do drab and black Vigenia Cloths .
5 bales two blue Prints, 8 do dark stripe Nankeens
6 da black and cold satin checked Crapes
6 trusses riches Silk London Valencias.
S0 cases fine and superfine Irish Linens, Lawns Sheetings
and Table Diapers .
10 dowomen'a fine and superfine.white cotton Hose
6do" do do do slate and black cotton Hose
10 do Random brown, white and marble half Hose
i1 do men's white, brown and mixt cotton Hose
2 bales drab Paddings, 3 casesPisas; 5 and 6's.
8 trusses fine 'apes. Nos. 11 13 and-26
1 case pink, blue, yellow and green Cambric
2 bales black stripe Satteens, 3 do fine black Lastings
8 do superior Sea Island Shirtings, m4
r UCKER, SPRING & DORR, have just received-'
2 eases Olive Velveteens ,
i do. Coloured Cambrics
1 do. 3-4 Striped Florences
2 do. French Merino Cloths
1 do. 5-8 Blick Bombazines
10 do. French and English Cloths, blue, black & col'd
2 bales fine Silk figured Valencias
s do. light Stripe and dark Figured do.
1 case Cashmere Long Shawls
2 do. Crimson Silk do.
1 do. White and coloured Damask Worsted do.
I do. Red and Black Silk do.
I do. Crimson black and white Silk Scarfs
5 do. Black Worsted Hosiery
5 do, White Cotton German do.
I do. Italian Lustrings
1 do. Wire Taste '
3 do. -Blue and Black French Sewings
1 do. Black and Stripe BatisteCravats
5 do. Black Lasting Buttons
5 do. Gauze, Taffeta and Satin Ribbons
(i do. Men's, Women's and Children's Gloves, assor-
ted-for sale at 54 Pine-street. a30 4t
JOS. OSBORN offers for sale at No. 51 South-st.-500
boxes Muscat Wine, entitled to debenture 100 boxes
Claret do do do
20 do Indian bbls imitation Sherry Win6
24 qr casks do Mldeira do
20 half pipes Olive Oil "
/ 400 bales Messina Rags
20 do 3d quality Leghorn do
400 bobbins first quality Russian Flax .
S10 cases Manilla Indigo 6 cases Cardimums
30 bolts Russian half Duckl
5 do Russia Duck, 70 do Phenix do
5 bales 50 ps superfine bleached Russia Sheetings
75 bales, 30,000 each Velvet Corks
18 cases Gum Copas, 8 bales blue Baftas
9 bbls Cloves, 3 cases India Rubber Shoes
350 bales Italian Bologna Hemp
100 do 'Trieste. do -
150 puns and 15 bbls Portland Rum
140 casks Russia Candle Tallow, entitled to debenture
50 do do Soap do do
252 boxes Mould Candles, do do do
75 coils Russia Cordage do do. do
9 casks French Madder, Shales Gunning Cloth
3 cases Checks, 25 pieces Soldiers' Cloth
110 coils first and 2d quality Bale Rope
208 pieces Russia CottonBagging.'2" m6
ONDON SHEATHING COPPER.-The subscribers,
agents for the manufacturers in London. have constantly
on'h4nd a large supply of first qualityCopper, which they will
sell on favorable terms, and in quantities to suit purchasers.
FISH, GRINNELL & CO. 136 Front-street.
SThey have now landing from the ships Cohlumbialand Huid-
son, 100 cases, assorted. from 16 to 3a ez. m6
FLLANNELS-1 bale fine white 4-4 Gauze Flannels, fbr
Ssale by C, H. RUSSELL & CO.
i,6 ,! 165 Pearl.street.
OLASSES-lIO hhds prime Mariegalante Molasses, 200
yl do. Havana do. landing andbfor sale by
m5 JOS. OSBORN, 51 South-etre t.
fi UMMER SPERM OIL-34tierces and bris. landing from
sloop Exaeriment, Stevens' wharf, for sale by
m5 FISH. GRINNELL & CO. 136 Fount-street.
I EIOBACCO-Cuba and St. Domin tobacco for sale by
1Um5 0. MAUA 33Bulhing slip.


BOOKS, MUSIC, &c
NEW LA'W BOOK,
Continuahon of TWheaton's Digest of the Decisions of the
T Supreme Court ef the United, takes.
HE second volume of the above work is preparing for
the press, and will be published li a few months by the sub-
scriber. It ,ill contain a copious index, and a full table of
eases cited. This volume will commence with thL term of
1821, and be brought down to the Jamiaryterm. 1829, and
will also contain the Decisions in the leading District and Cir-
cuit Courts of the United States. It will be bound up with
the first, making a neat octavo volume of 8 or 900 pages. and
will be sold at the low price of $4 50 per oepy, neatly bound.
The utility of such a Digest and itse remarkable low price,
will, it is hoped, receive prompt and liberal encouragement
from the gentlemen of the bar. The second volume will be.
sold separate at $3-will be exchanged, bound with the first(
at said rate for the volume' that has been sold if returned .in
good order to the publisher. R..DONALDSON,
45 John-street, New-Yorl'.-
P.S.-For sale at said place, Wheaton'sReperts in l2vols.
Also, E. Paine's United States Circuit Reports of the second
C.r. u.r, I vol.; and Gordon's Digest .of the faws of the
I f.;,...i States. A. "
a8'a .' R DONALDSON.
7 ....RARE AND VALUABLE LAW BOOKS.
-TL READWAY & BOGERT, No. 38, Pine-street. have a
large-collection of fthe earlier 'Reports, and Elementary Wri-.
ters, most of which are out ofprint, and rarely-attainable in
England. Among them arethetollowing: .
Tothill's Transactions ofthe High Court ofChancery,both
by Practice and Precedent. Published in 164.
Domnatt's Civil Law, 2d edition, Strahan's translation, 2 vols.
folio.
Equity Cases Abridged, 2d edition, 2 vols.
Sir Thomas Jones' Reports, folio.
SirT. Parlker's do. do.
Lord John Freeman's-do. do.
Lord Raymond's, do. do.
Sir Thomas Revnold's do. do.
Sir James Burrows' Settlement Cases
Lord Coke's Reports, F.'nce's Reports
Pallexfin's do. Sir Henry Hobart's Reports
Lord John Foitesque's Reports
Gilbert's Cases in Law and Equity.
Molloy de JureMaratimo, 2 vols. [ 8vo
Vmer's Abridgment, 2d edition complete, in 24 vols. royal
Do Supplement todo. in 6 vols. do. I
Reports in Chancery during the Reign ofGee. I. folio
Benloe and Dalisoni's Reports, folio. -
Digest ofAdjudged Cases, comprehending all the approved
Decisions of Chief Justice Holt, Parker, Pratt, Raymond,
Hardwick, Lee, and Ryder, folio-for sale as above. m6
-B BLANK BOOKS.
.Jt.DLANK BOO lS manufactured of the best English and
American Paper, an bound in the most approved style. Also
a large assortment ol half bound Blank Books, warranted of
the best quality. Also, Receipt, Note, and Bill Notes of
Hand, and Bills of Exchange Books, for sale at Stationers'
Hall, 245 Pearl-street, by DAVID FELT, m6
q[1HE BOY'S OWN BOOK, 18mo, London, 1829.1 Os. 6d-
Sstg. The above excellent little work has atlength arri-
ved, and will be ready for delivery in a few days,'so soon as it
can be had from the ship; most of the copies being spoken
for, many persons may be disappointed unless they send in
their address to reserve a copy. WM. A. COLMA
m6- Park Place House, up stairs.
UILLS-Just received by the late arrivals from Europe.
a fresh and well-assorted stock of Quills, which will be
sold at a small ad vance for cash, or approved credit, ,at Sta-
tioner's Hall, 245 Pearl-street, by VID FELT.

THE CARBONARO-A Piedmontese Tale, by the Duke
de Levis-2 vols. 12nmo. This day published and for
sale by W. B. GILLEY, 94 Broadway. i6
"j HE CARBONARO-A Piedmontese Tale by the Duke
de Levis just received and for sale by
m6 G. & C. & H. CARVILL, os8 Broadway.
THE CARBONABO-
PIEDMONTESE TALE, by the Duke de Levis, in 2
vols. published this day, and for sale at -Stationers' Hall, 245
Pearl-street. by DAVID FELT. m6
P PHILOSOPHY OF A FUTURE STATE, by Thomas,
SDick, author of the Christian Philosopher, the Philoso-
phlay of Religion, &c. &c. I vol. 12tmo-just published and for
sale by' G. & C. & H. CARVILL,
m6 B08roadway.
'TTNITARIAN ADVOCATE-Just received, the Unita-
U rian Advocate, Vol. III. No. 5, for May, 1829. at Station-
er's Hall, 245 Pearl-street, by DAVID FELT. m -


JKLIP BREAMS just rec'd and tfor saleat at fationera
Hall, 245 Pearl street, by DAVID FELT.
me 6DAVID FELT.
'Eli ALBUMS.
E MBELISHED with fifty engravings, and bound in the,
most elegant manner, for sale at Stationers' Hall ],245F Prl-t
by DAVID iELT. rf-a
jENCH MUSIC-Just received and new ready for sale,
N a choice selection of French Music, for Piano Forte,
Harp, Guitar, Flute, and Violin. Also, Music for Piano
Forte with flute and violin accoromp't. ; the whole selected in
Paris with express regard! to the prevailing taste here-it
therefore offers eoery inducement tar examination and pur-
Schases. Also, recently received, a'very large assortment of
other new Goods, for sale at the lowest rates by the importer,
a28* "BOURNE, 3,59 Broadway.
F -RENCH COPPER PLATE PRINTING PAPER.-72
reams French Plate Printing Paper, of a.superiorquali-
ty, just received and for sale by A.IMB-I ERT,
a54 9 Murray street.
MUSIC FOR THE FLUTE.
A FOURTH sheet of Flute Melodies is just published, by
A FLEETWOOD. 47 Murray-street, price 12i cents, con-
taining RoderickDhu's March-March min the Cataract ofthe
Ganges-March in Richard 3d-New-York March-Boston
Grand March-Hop Waltz-Wi' pay Love, I'll march away,
and March to the Battle Field.
S -r Recollect thatthefeur sheets published mne contain
thirti-three popular tunes, the same as are pufilihed on co-
lored cards at 12i cents each, and for which you are charged
only 50 cents for the whole. a4 ,
V! HE VINE DRESSER'S Theoreticaland Practical Man-
Sl uel, or the art of cultivating'the vine; and of making
Wine, Brand d Vinegar, with descriptions of the species
and varieties efthe vine, the climates, soils, and sites, in which
each can be successfully cultivated, their times of blossoming
and bearing; thi diseases of the vine, and means of preven-
tion. With instructions for the preservation of wines, bran-
dies, vinegar, eonfectionis, &c, ofthe grape; for the care of
the wine-cellar; the- economy, of the vine-yard; and a brief
sketch ofthe diseases incidental tothe vine-dresser. By Thie-
baut deBerneaud, Perpetual Secretary to the Linnaian Socie-
ty of Paris, member of several societies and associations for
the improvement of Agriculture; and editor ofthe Agricultu-
ral Journal of Paris, d&c. From the second French Edi-
tion by the Translator of Le Solitaire, Le Notti Roma-
ne, &c. &c. The above work is. just published on good
paper,inm octavo form, by P. Canfield, of N.wvYork, at one
dollar per copy, at wh:ch price it will befurnished to subscri-
bers, payable ou delivery. It contains about 160 pages ,nd
has a lithrograuhlic drawing annexed, of some implements
necessary ia thecareofthe vine and of making wine. Pur-
chasers or subscribers for six copies, will be entitled to aa ad-
ditional copy, gratis. I
d "- Citizens generally would find this Manual an accepta-
'ble present to their country friends. m4
FrT MANUFACTORY OF SILVER WARE.
TLHE Subscriber, with a view ofexteuiding this branch ch
hisbusiness, has established a MANUFACTORY OF SIL-
VER WARE in the basement rooms of his FURNISHING
WAREHOUSE, No. 149 Broadway, corner ofLiberty street,
I and having made arrangements with Mr. Thomas Brown to
superintend the Manufactory,whose extensive knowledge of
the Arts and talents as a Delineator are combined with supe-
rior abilities as a workman, and having also engaged other
superior workmen, he feels confident that he shall not disap-.
point the expectations of any one who ma. favour him with
an oider lor any description of SILVER WARE.
His object will be (as far as public patronage will permit) to
produce new and elegant patterns from the ANTIQUE and
MODERN, with the almost care and attention to their per-
fectforms, in order that this portion of'ihe Arts and Manu-
lactures shall in his establishment rival those ofEuropte.oi
Theleoding articles ofmaniilhcturewill consistof Fea and
Coflhe Urns Tea Sets Vases, Pitchers. tureens, Waiters'
Vegetablh, Venison and BeefSteak Dishes ; Cake and Fruit
Baskets, Casters, Church Services, Forks. Spoons and La-
dles, Fish and Btter. Knives Desert nilvs and Fortaks, &c.
Drawingsand DesignsAtosittictaste olpur-asers readily r
furised for approval, and forwarded to any part of the Un-v
io, a reference in New-York. Hisprices will always be
foun veryarmocrate-se lie is doteemined to supply the best
The Silver willbe utifory f arranged standard, unless
customers sold wishitofthe quality of BritishSterling, and
h se it will e make as such wia warranty. '
iSon di tla l6 B. GARDINER.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I ROM $10,000 to $50 000 to loan on Bond and.Mortga e,
on rOea .estate, Within tmecity, inlsums to suit applicants..'u-
au re the Mechanics' Fire Insurance Company, No. 2,
nrauklin Square. .S.
-r Insurance againstFire effectedand alllosses as usual,
promptly adjusted.' B. CRANE, Secretarv.y m9
3 -ONEYON MORTGAGE.-20,U0n'Dollars to,loan on,
1 Real Estate mu this city. Alply to4 a1
a3 W,0.IUGKNOR. 42 Wall street. a]
N BROKEN BANKS. ,
OTES of the following Broken Bank purchased, a the
highest prices, viz:- ,S
Franklin Bank, N, York New tmope,
-Lombard Protection, Monmouth,
Greene Cetnty, Plattsburgh, "
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Crevelier.-In Emerson's "Letterg from the Egean,"
we find several particular of the life of the celebrated
corsair, Crevelier, whose exploits were, for twenty
rears, the terror of the Mediterranean, daring the
latter part of the seventeenth century. There is a
savage grandeur in his story, which renders it interest-
ing. ne was a native of the South of France, abd
his youth, till the oge of five and-twenty, had been
spent in trading from Marseilles to the Morea, and.the
various ports on thie coasts of Turkey. Herel he hiad
gained the most accurate information of the situbatiori
of the Greeks, and tile grinding oppression' of their
Ottoman masters: he saw, toet their evident discon-
tent and repinings, and the inability of the Turks to




dominion obtained by Sanute, and held by his des-
cendanits, was still fresh in the minds of the adven-
turers of Euriope; and it was only a few years before
that the Marqui do nFleuri, a Marseillese, with a mall
force, had attempted the capture of saxog, and was
.prevlntod only by ti presence of a fleet' of the Vo- ,
netians, who had made it an article of pease witlt
the Portethat they should ni maintain a squadron in the
AEgean for the protection of the- Turkish possessions.
Crevelier, fired with the same obje5"'i employed his

cure his success. The Mainotes, the mode."0 inhabi-
iants of ancient Sparta, have been to the present hour
the most turbulent and rebellious portion of the Yo-
pulation of Greece, nor have the arms of all thbr
Sultans, since Mahomet the Second, succeeded in tho-
roughly subduing them, or destroying their spirit of
impatient independence. It was by their allisiiee that
the adventurous corsair resolved on attempting' the
conquest of a position of the Peloponnesus : and, for
that purpose, he entered into a treaty with Liberaki,
the chief of Maina. By his advice, Crevelier passed
up the Gulf of Kalokythia, and with 500 men laid
siege to a castle upon the shore, which was held by a
garrison of Turks. IHere he was joined by a party of
his allies ; but Liberaki, isistead of bringing, as he had
promised,-5,000 armed followers, appeared before the
castle with merely 800 attendants, and eyen those un-
provided with arms or ammunition. Crevelier Wan not,
'however, to bo daunted by one disappointment,-he
united his band with those of the Greeks, and intre-
pidly commenced the assault. During five succbesive
days, his efforts to expel thie Turks were unavail-
ing, and although he had succeeded in making sever-
al breaches in the wall, and in defeating ie E.rrhi on
in-every sally which they attempted, still he wi-' ln-.:".-t
as far as ever from attaining possession of the fort. Be-
sides, his allies were rather anincumbrance than ai? aid
to hin: they were totally deficient in courage alid
*enthusiasm inan open assault, and Crevelier was on
the paint of abandoning the attempt, and betaking
himself again ti sea, when, on the morning'of the
sixth day, a Maltese galley, manned by a body of the
Knights, entered the -bay, and cast anchor beside him.
In passing by Zatne they.had heard of his expedition
Into the Morea,and,in pursuance of their oath of eternal
hostility to the Turks, they had hurried to his assis-
tanee. But, unfortunately, they only arrived in time
to witness his defeat. The Mainotes, alarmed at the
appearance of the Knights of St. John, and aware
that they would not tolerate their supiness, as the
: weakness ofthe French had forced them to do, be-
took themselves in a body to their mountains, and
abandoned the siege to tho strangers. The Turkps now
gained fresh confidence by the right of the departiag
host, and issued in a body from the fortress, drove the
troops of Crevelier to their ships, and forced the Mal-'
tese, after sustaining heavy losses, to re-embark, weigh
anchor, and steer from the Gulf. Hugo now saw
that the enterprise on which he had staked his for-
tunes was thwarted, and mad with disappointment, he
resolvedon abandoning his. home and his country, and


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ii-det.a in thn course ri a % re hoit Mi,, h, :id
collected round him afleet of twenty sail, manned by
Italians, Greeks, Mainotes, and Selavonians, who had
joined his flag, and with these he pursued his course
:of lawless rapine. No corner of the /Egean was safe
'rom his presence, he swept from shore to shore, and
passed from isle to isle, with the gloom of a spirit, and
the 'speed of the lightning. One by one the whole
circle of the islands became his tributaries, and at stated
periods the galleys of Crevelier were seen entering the
harbours of the 'Archipelago, to receive his annual
imposts, and on their ready compliance with his de-
mands, returning again in peace to the retreats of
their chieftain. His career, however was unmarked
by murder, and his excursions unstained by needless
bloodshed. He was in'fact, rather a favourite with the
Greeks, nor had he in any-case proceeded to use vio-
lence towards them, save in the solitary instance of
theisland of Andros. The natives had insulted his
officers and refused-to contribute the sums which he
demanded, but in the silence ofrmidnight, the galleys
of Hugo cast anchor beneath their city ; he landed
sword in hand,and ere morning dawned, had pillaged it
from the cliffs to the sea ; the houses of the inhabitants "
were robbed of their wealth, and the werehouses of the
merchants were burst open and emptied by the pirates.
Crevelier sailed off with a booty sufficient t i hat-, tia -
riched his family for generations : nor did Ih. e .. r r,''
store% a single crown, save the property of one French
gentleman, whieh he returned to him at the request-
of the Marquis de Nointel, the nlan,asad,,i '... the Porte'
from the Court of France. Fcr il.urt. ennj, ers he con-
,tinued to infest the shores of Turkey,nor were the efforts
of the Captain Pacsia ever able to discoveir-his haunis
or destroy his squadron. His favourite retreat was,
however, the island of'Pares, and it is said thatthie for-
tress near Marmora, and the tales of the islanders rela-
ting to. Crevalier, gave to Lord Byron the idea of Coa-
rad, and the scene of the Pirate's Isle. Amidst all hlia
exploits, his cheif d'tsuvre was the taking of Petra,
one of the principal towns in the island of Metelin,
which he accomplished in the year 1676, nor has the
unfortunate district yet recovered from the effects of
his devastating visit. His followers landed on the
shore in the evening, and having marched for the dis-
tance of three leagues into the interior, scaled the walls
at midnight. The terrified Moslems, awaking front
teir slumbers, fled in haste to conceal themselves, and
abandoned their houses to spoliation and plunder. Du-
ring three hours, the band of the Corsairs were em-
ployed in securing their prey, and at daylight returned
to Crevelier, who had remained in the galleys to guard.
the shores till their arrival. They brought with 'them
a horde of five hundred slaves, and a quantity of plate,.
rich garmen ts, a ts, precious stuffs, gems and
money, whose value is started at a sum beyond calcula-
tion or credit. Hugo was about to abandon his lawless
pursuits forever, and betake himself to hme an-d 're-
tirement, and, as a finishing blow against the detested
Ottomans, he resolved on concluding his career by the
plunder of a rich caravan, which was expected to pass
irom Alexandria to Constantinople. His Squadron was
despatched on the look-out to the various islands in
the vicinity of Cyprus, whilst lihe himselfretired with
two other galleys to the harbour ofStanmpalia to await
their report, before completing his decisive arrange-
monts for attacking the convoy. But here his ca-
reer was destined to close : lie had on board his
vessel, as his valet, a Savoyard whlom lie had res-
cued from slavery, and imagined he had attach-
ed to him by long years of kindness. One day lhe
had given him a blew in anger, but his resontinnt soon
died away, and lie fancied it was forgotten. 'The,
wretch had, however, treasured up the wrong, as a mi .
ser guards the talisman of his fortunes, nor was an op-
portumity long wanting to revenge it. Crevelier un-
concious of injury, had often qntrusted, to"'the missecre-
ant th6 key of his sainte obarbe, oklpow4er-rooni, and
on the day he was about to, sail from Stampalia, tho'
Savoyard had neglected to return it to him. Howent
below, attached a slow rrmarch t. one ofthe massy bar-
rels and returning on deck,rowed ashore with one or two
of his companions, with a smilo on his treacherous lips,
and lightness at his livid heart. The corsair was. seat-
ad in his .abin op the poop, with the two-other com-
maniders, when tho match communicated. Thevyes
sel, bursting into a thousand atoms, was hurled in--
the air, in the midst of a volcano of flames and bla-
sing timbers, and,, when tho tryrific explosion had
subsided, their bodie, and those of two hundred of
their murdered companions, were washed by the ogit-
ated waves on the Aores afthoiiland. The name of


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'heir n t erea companions, were washed by the agit-, ;and the arms pinioned against the side.- 1 have copied distinguish all the .details. I immediately perceived-
ated waves on the shores of the island. The name of the whole ofthis series of soldiers wrestling together, that I had.before me a master piece of-architecthre,-
Crioeier is still mentioned wi th .we by the seamen I and also sixty figure representing soldiers.ofall anrms, covered with sculptures in the very worst style. BeitW
of Mveene and Milo; but admiration rather than er- siege, the tortoise, the tani, the military punishments, said without offence to any one, thebas-reliefa of Den-'
ron attaches to his memo; his stor have often a field of battle, and the preparation ftor a military re- dera are detestable : and this could hardly be other-
ard from the ,sailor s of the Greek navy, and sketcht ast; lastly, the manufacture of lances, bows, arrows, wise; for they are of an age when the art was in it
nearna fromdthe starerslofathettle-aeean'ac., e nn ae th art w i,, a.
ofhishistoryw llbe found in thev e br, bs battle-ae c. decline. Sculpture had already degenerarwd where-
the-Jesuit, who profe sed to have met him in Lh 4. Stabnrngtntus, and davting.-A picture repro- as architecture, less subject to vary; bhad trn:a,ned
gean, and to pak of his expl itsfr..m .rsonal renting a concert of voal and instrumental music: a worthy ofthe gods of Egypt, and of Lhe-adnIrtion of
knownedg&of theirathor. expo snger.accompaniedby a musician on the harp, is sup- all a ges. .
ow ge-of Uieira .. ported by two choruses, one of four men, the other of The following are the dates of the several parts.-
ANwCl]NT AND MODERN EGYPT. -," five women,the latter beating time with their-hanids. The most ancient is the outer wall, atthe extremity oil
Fh Ia,&thLtt', &tLter," rp.frated" f" rom Chm- It is a complete opera; players on the harp, of both the temple, on which are represented of colossal size,-
( h 'it Sxh cures." ,, '.-.sexes ; players 'on the German flute, flageolet, on a Cleopatra and her son Ptolemv Cmsar. The upper
enrti-Hasstan, th,'and Moitfailootl" 8th Nov.-Ie sort of. shell, etc.; dancers, forming various figures bas-reliefs are of the time of the emperor Augustus, as
I had reckened upon being at Thebes on the let of with the names of the steps which they dance. Lastly, well as the external lateral walls of the naos, with the
Nveqhar This is the 5th, and I am still at Benti- a very curious collection of drawings representing the exception ofsome small portions which are of the age
Hasan Thisis, i some measure, the fault of those fea, e dancers of ancient Egypt, dancing, singing, 'cfrNeru. TI eprcnen is entirely covered withimpe-.
who b have- ready described the hypogeums of this playing at tennis, and performing various feats of sral le,-nd .l Ti,,rui, Ca.us, and Nero ; but in the
neighborhood, oan have given so mean an idea of strength and address. whole ofthe interior of the nave, as well as in the cham-
Sthem I ought t o have done with these grottos in 5. A considerable number of drawings representing bers and i the edifices erected en the terrace ofthe
one day : they have taken lfteen, which I do not re- the rearing of cattle, the heordsmen, all kinds of oxen, temple, there is net a single sculptured cartouche-
aret' But I must resume my narrative a little further cows, calves, milking, the manufacture of cheese, but- They are all empty, and nothing ,ias been efftaced ; but
back. ter-goatherds, ass-drivers;shepherds with their sheep, all the sculptures of these apartments as well as those
M last a dated fra m te great pyramids where I scenes relative to the ns i o veterinary art; lastly, the poul- ofthe whole interior of the temple are in the. worst
remained encamped i.rea 1 day; not for the sake of try-yard, containing numerous species of geese and style, and cannot be older thanhe time orf .Trajan or
thcor enormous masses, which preduce.so little effect ducks, and a kind of swan, which was domestic in alt- Antoninus. They resemble those ofthepropyluceuin'of
when close to them, but to examine the sepulchral cien t Egypt. the south-west(que-of the south-det ?) which is
grottos -in the vicinity. One of them, that of a cer- 6. The foundation of the Ichnographic collection, of thereign oflthis last emperor., and which, being die-
l ainEimai. furn imshd i ui with a series of ba-reliefs, containing the portraits ofthe Egyptian kings and tated to Isis, led to tho teple of that goddess, placed
%very nikletli far lh ho knowledge of arts and trades rent men. This collection will be completed in thie behind thegreat temple, which is certainly that of
of rncient Erpi; anrd I shall take particular pains in Thebaid. Athor (Venus).asis proved by the dedications with
searching f^-mnionumenti of this kind, which are as 7. Drawing, relative to games, esercis, and diver- which it"iscovered ;andnot that of Isis, as the com-
ruu'h parts of history asthur-eat paintings of battles co7U.-AmongthtemaretheMora-the drawing straws mission of Egypt hias believed. The great propyleun
in the palaces of Thebes, I havwe fund about 'the a kind of hot cookies; themall; the game of piquets is covered with images of the emperors Domitian nd
pyramids several tombs of prince (kings'0son0) and planted in the-ground; the hunting of the fallow-deer; Traan.' As/for the typhoniuim,it was decorated under
geat men but ve fow inripions o any paru:alar a picture representing a grand ehase oin the desert, in Trajan, Adrian, and AntoinusPius.
interest. which are depicted between fifteen andtwenty species, n the 18th, in the morning, I Il..n il. t h.at ,-n.i li.-
I lerftthep ramidsOnths e Ilth or October, to return of quadrupeds ;-pictures of thie return fromthee sport- toned to visit the ruins of Keft o, "1. .' ( ,, lie r-.there
across the desert teourold encampmntat kaoah, the gameis carried dead, or led alive; several pic- is nothing entire. The, temples he..-b..,, d Inu.rm,,l.
ard lan uer let, Whit -1 l at anchor at Bedre turesof catching birds with.nets-rie of. these draw- by the Christians, whoemployd h ,ir, erial ;n beul-
chein. We set sail for Upp"r9 dgypt; avid on the 20th ings, which is of a large size, is tinted with all the ding a large church, a m "on"g the -un .f -. b,,| -
reached Minie -whence we immediate set eu eolou, and in the same mariner, as the original: last- found numerous portions of E2t .r ai, .r'l,u
gin after, vs thne mn r o u co lydrawings, ony large sctle, of the several stnasresy found there theroyal legends a.N.i.ruL,..- u. t
a w in atih r:pe. machine is e aployed, hand pur- catching birds: these instruments ofgthe chase are Claudius,and Trajan ; and fuurlau ie as.,.'r fea- oh
as so necessary provision 'We the nte paintedseparately some hypogeums: several draw- a small edifice built under the Ptolomies. Thu, to
towar Sauade to visit ahypoeu h reek- ings relative to fishig-as with the angling rod, with town of Coptos contained but few mninen;fi
r, order which ha "een already described 'he trident orbident, wit nets; likewise theprepara- antiquity,if we may judgeby whatstill ieainson lo































-,c .,Is, kc! tpn.be e~ c r.u gain edsep ;ar atel nifso me yonu ctt wns rp*o t ort a f M rs o m ;. .. -
Hei'.ee so 6asled tLa'rds Z.r.e-lrMau1ein. whscra lpion of fish, etc. ssurfalroof thespround '.
wur reached On :h? bE21yth. in thie ev:in. Thr. are 8 -Domcsticjust sice.-I have collected under tis head The ruins of Kous, (Apohllinopolis Pamrva) where tamr-
luere some hypougeuins, aduried %% ith bo- relat- fifteen drawings of bas-reliefs,, representing offences nived on the next day, the l9lh,'are much more inter-
ntg Io civlt and domestic lil. I lurd co.ires taken o. committed by srvants-the arrest of the offender, his cnt, houd i nothing remat.insof its ancient edifices,
etr theini.ilWinc.i and 'in ai.Origi n],-', it till t. accusation, defence, his trial by the intendants'of the bul it. iu-tpp part ofa propylneum, half-buriedinthe
































evary tUi pmiftoiingU and -e lid nolrIt till III, Ote PrOPY team, Ual 'brUeder
eeininr o the 0 t 2 lto pro."crad lo Bcrii'i-uI& ua r l, h.u.;och.ld, his sentence, and the execution, which is sand. Thispropylaiium is dedicated to lu' ,,:, Aroe-
a briTsk g1.3 enabled us to reach before midnight the C'`e1-[..ed 1o th bastinal.:., tlu a'..-,url of which is'de-. ris, whose image, seculpturedoh all thesides, were ador-
an' clnaiy d' ut p w wnt litered iath thie drc ti s -,,-tuf th. pr..-edings into the ed on that side olticis luoksm towards tie NPile-that is
At break of day, some of our young men having hands ot'he.nia-lTr"bv tiehelendaniu'thelsousehold. to say, on the principal 'front, the most ancient arnd
theia to visit th".inoighb.uriig groi..s.broughtword 9. The -household.-I have collected in this series, sculptured, by queen Cleopatra Cocce, who assumes
that little was .. tbe doretlafr.ci-iu rthe paintings wh ich is very numerous, every thing that relates to the name of the gold.i; tPhilomotore, and by ier son,
were alhaost effc..d. I maut .ne.hii,,a to visit these de-MIEsatC Fr private life. These drawings, whicli are, Piole'u' 8i.:.r '1I. us'ai' .- takes tie titleofPbilonie-
hlpwngJoumm. Andwas agregably surprised on finding .iuri'....tii,, represent, 1. several Egvwlran h,---,. tor. But riIa'.:li-front of the propilyirtem looking to-






























wa ruhtt s'rmtebat.Snet hc-sret-o~h ed. 1P gete wardst ertemple, whih is ad eeclphn its culptureia nd.A
a nndrrul serei ofpainting, perlectly visible, evenM -oro'orless sumptuous: 2. vases of dliffert :.rm,, wards t temple, wich iscovered with sculpture ana
in the minutes delailo, oil being daiped with sponge, utensils, and moveables, all colored, because thecolors finished with much care-bears ea r' 6lf., hor.:..tit l
nd removing the fine dustmib ch covered them, and in ovaritably indicate the -materials 1f which they are 'legends of Ptolemy Alexander .a r.iu.i, *,i.luhl wh iug ih.
which had d-ieived inyromr.ataions. We immediate- composed': 3. superb palanquin-: 4. a kind of room He, to, takes the surname of Putl.'ru,,,i.'ur. -A l.:r
fIV t. to ainrk. and, by means of our ladder aad'spoun- with folding doers, caried .n a sledge, which aerhdr the Greek inscription, the restitution of I2nTHPE2
nes. gradually dyiicovered the most ancient seriet of thegreat me rn Orf Egyp, in firmerday. tfor carri;age,: atthe cminencement.tot the 'sc,'-urr d iau.h-, I3 IF,.',td Ilv
ptin,1 ii, f1 1 n 0ne world, all retnulig to civil lie, the S. ths monkeys, cats, sind dogs, which formed part or M. Letreaineis indisputableo. w hr m i-tli r,:a.l vol ho
arts an trades, a tid, what was quite mew to the mil- the domestic establishment, as well as the dwarfs and tieh THPE.S; and that 0o. the r.irip.. '.i-i", upo.n"
t:ary ciLe. I had mrde an imaienae luartest ithe o-Th'r deformed individuals, who fifteen hundred years.hh are the images and i,.empi,-.r,, Cl.r:dpdrbt
efit two hyp.gegar irt yet a still richer one awaited and- more, before the Chrisfian era, servd to di-pel Cocceand-ofhrson.PtolgBoii r-leil oui.r Ie r-
ai. in ihe hto m.ore distant tombstoowTarda thy norlh II(? plee of t he Egyptlian nuiblemen, a u'eCll as iha o h i ,',u:,rA r
Tliese to h pef'-uMl tUIus ,1t.c teuul-ariny as well did that of our old barons of Europe fifteen hundred M. Letronne hasi correctly restored HAIMi, where
aowmee small toimba in tin riv Fghb.orhood, hat the te irs after the Christian era: .6. theofficers ofagreat theri should really be AP. HPEI,tlheexacttranscrip-
S"ntra'ice4s pr'.u-eded by an ope. n riurtico, hain in the 'dseduihold, intendants, secretaries, etc;: 7. theservants, tion of the Egyptian name of the god to whom the
reck, aid frci'niuti c luironi wh ii nreaemmble at first ca-rrying provisigna of all kinds, and servant-girls, like- propymeum is dedicated ; for we still read very dig-
sig'k th e Gi :rek-'D and o i-ilv and taly ; they nar n "e carrying' provisions : 8. the manner of killing ox.- tinetly inthe Greek inscription APf.HIPHIEt- M*'
lutej, wilth round bases, and nearly allth Ifblautirt l vn and of.uttig them up for the use of the family : I also found in the ruins of K' us the half of a stole,
prupinions. The ineror .rther i iat tif, hypogeputins 1 at ories olf designs,representing cooks preparing va dated th first of .Paoni, and the 16th year of the Pha-
aor still I.-.upporte'l by Bsimilar columns. We rI.russ kmnds of provistns: 10. the servants carrying raoh Raines Meiamoun, and relative to his return
all recognizo.'d inthenm itr typeoifthe acsient Grnek- tle dressed meat to tienaster table frorn a military expedition. I shall have a good cast of
Donec; snod I affirnt11 11 ihei auillutui ning l- )ouud nimy O. B t10 -iorica.monumensts.-This collection contahis this monument, which is too heavy for me to think of
opiniono on tihe Romani time's : tlr ih,.;t two hvp.-- all those inscriptions, bas-reliefs, and monuments of carryingaway.
ge umrrue., l -ithre htinet, eufall, b.ar illr,'drite and very kind, thatI have hitherto seen, bearing royal On the morniare of the 20th of November the wind
etuilg to therei.ituf o uit'0 irl.n. socord hi. ohthe l-ends, with a data-expressed, allowed ustoland a-Thebes. This name was very
231 dynasty, and congurlqueqdnily are- as :Id al the Oth U1. Religious mosnumentls.--AlI the images of the great in my imagination; it has become colossal since
gCaenlrr beore Cluris. I will add, that thein mitbeau- various divinities, drawn on a, large scale, and eoloured I have visited the ruins of the ancient capital, the old-
tul parnte.l yet 'int.-uichod,-theiat of the hypogoum after the, most beautiful ubas-relief. This collection est of all the.cities of the world. eFor four whole days
efra a c0liet6gu eroa.: of tihe eastern districls ofthe wil be prodigi isly increased in proportion as ad- Ihave been r th r;rra iruitr one wonder to another., On
Heptanomihdeo callul.Ve'irt/1p,-ia comtpuvid ofltlhes.a ]arei ther-Thebald. ooio 'o the first day I visited the palace a of Kourna, the colos-
Do.riur coluhmne. wifipreit anier.as at Pedylui andina d 1 '] yi .'oi..-A endil-tianiof designs represent- sous of the Memnonium, and the retended tomb of
ah i,,ti Greek- Du no Leirmplea. The painting tofthe ing thebirdsdW g-oft veasela and barks of various kinds, Osymaindyas, which bears no other I gends than those
tomb m.l Neholhph are eitl t-ater-coloured drawtngn,ot. and the games of the ma miners, which exactly resemble of Rhames the Great, and of two of his descendants.
reinarLltie d.iaicaey and beauty of drsiga,-h have Ihose that take place on The Seine on great holidays. The name of this palace is written on all is.m att li te
not Y.-risen nany)thn~r'in Fmypt to equal them ; the 13. Lastly, uolozy.-A senie, ofquadrkpcdg. birds, Ej.ptiarcullu.J mm il. h'a,.,u3i.".3*ni, 1. l lil .irt lh
mn.u," ,.,r ps.d..Lird.- .ard l-., are p aBd iLb I r4edts. reptije,,.aand,. to..,p ,,. n the- Murd .ua.uei, ,n. TLbp. p:..ui t u.,,,:l., "f"-.
which I had taker, oh them resemble the tintedengra. Hi beet pra.ervat Thmisc llec.or,, which already mandyas is an exwulent c olau lfthiic,'dthoe Gtst,
ot-furFnet lor ofnsatuaral hiateory.l W shall a ounts to above two hundred specimens, is extreme- The whole of the second day was passed at Meduinet-
ineie te lshelii"ntey of th fourteen ese who ly intereasting : the birds are splendid-the fish paint. About, an astonishing f asseint ge oluedifices, in which
hre se-.th my, r t f .o e t Europe to be- w d o withexirenie pernfectio ,: and these will give an there i e r propyltea op Ahtoninus, Adrian, and the Pto
Pofetly1cor. In th:e ht-p-gluin i Iund a most Wewve already collected drawings of above fourteen Ethiopian Tharaca ; a small palace of Tioutmnosis II.
ntier ltn, riluipt-It n .pi-tesiut. fifteen prisonerr afeirent species of dogs, hounds, etc. from ,th harrier (Mnernis); and an an enormous and massive palace of
mip '.m.jnin, and c'ddrei,. t.kin by one-'of thi to the spaniel. I hope that Messrs. Cuvier ivid Gdof- Rharnses Meiamoun, covered with historical hc.',
sons of Nioltaliph, and p.-e.oenied to this chief by a roy- froy St. Hilaire will thank me for.-bringing them the liefs.
ae ViL o.-Au'u at-l~bsae.- tlimn aroll of papyrus, naturalhistory of Egypt in such good order. On thefthird day I went to visit the oId, Thebtn
on',, iiei rtler, tir. dat.- o- hbe capture and the I hope to complete and to extend in a properiman- kings in their tombs, orrather palaces, excavated in
nuu,,-r.,!-pru,,mi~ei, -..~iih mi-is lhimr:ri.- u, These ner these series, since I have not yet seen, as I may thi mountain of Biban-el-Molouk. There, from morn-
capi i'-' lWo rUP tll. ti, cd l-f a%,.r,--- 'ilui. plsiog- say, arty Egypn onments The great ed ing to evening, by torch light, I -wearied myself in
Inoun). iii.' C0.I if-ent mmih en aquuiline nioe, rare fair bherinin fact ab i less Pasing through-suits of apartments covered with
coiiip-i'.l t-.?hem E;If plisidn, lirce the flesh has been than ton days from thistime. sculpture and paintinEs, most of which are astonish- a
pai,,>ed .-red, ll-.!..t- red... ,,,,imtev what we call I passed, with grief of heart, opposite to Ash-Mou imigly fresh. There Icollected facts highly interesting '
Dho ..i...,. T lu- ip. ,c ".-uU.rruruare clothed in very non, regretting its magnificent portico, whichhas bean to history,; there I saw the tomb of a king defaced i
*nh dilt-,..il...J u.-'p.,.lt lb'.e of the women) veryrecentlydestroyed, YesterdayAntinoopresented with a hammer from one end to the'other, excepting c
I,!& it" iuui- f it 'u Isinnyia ,ar, the Greek yases in us only a heapofruins';all its edifices have been de- thosepartsonwhiich are sculptured tie images of thee
the enlilue .lttu. -Ile Idead-dre,-, and sandals of the mohished; nothing remains but a few granite columns, queen his mother, and of his wife, which have been
fl,-"J c'Um"a ei ia -r.l I resemble those ofthe Greeks of which cm loss f te religiously reosocted, as well as their }u.sandi. Thi,
thu. old sas -. aid I discovered on the robe of one.of 1 nas coriforted a little f.r thel se monu- without doubt,, is th tomb of., I'l l., b.
tbT-u ihe l ie tL uul ornament so well known by the. -ent b diwvtu*ng a vi y iteresting one, whiph sentence aner death. rIbhave,:. c'i--...-su'tIuiu, .u r,.
pu,,inted in rod, blue. and black, and")body has labert mentioned. Wefoundinaelsert ofa a Theban king.ef the amoz t .'..nl iruL.- iil,
tIraiJ dvurtincil. Tlhese d.;ijis n%-ill excite the curios- 'allay of theAtab mountains opposite to Beni-Hassan, was subsequently usurped by .a t:,,ii :.I' ts- 1 uiiulreiifili
AtV- qnd awak-ri ilic ite est ofourarehteologists, espe- El A ma,' f teml excavatedi a rock; the dynasty, who has caused the aucie-nt i.,i:,,i-i.l lu hea
ually.'hat u fu id Dub,,i,whom regret here decoration of which,, begun by, Toutmolis IV., was covered with stucco, in 'oider10 1 L., lIiiul- lu,-5,N-i). i
1oreIlsbI ever not lo have m i.. y'v Sid ; because our coTtirnued by Mandonei, of teeighteenth dynasty. id thusto appropriate to *hir..2i.ii l la u.mti.-' d n
opinion in Ii'tr.a.-sflthe arts inEcm'pt here-inds This tenupleornamented with beautiful bas reliefs,-is inscriptions intended for his predecessor. 'I mustt'say,
agKri-mutiiuatt^l rc? The milL' captive.,,iht ,n- dedicated to thegoddess Pascbt or Pepascht, who Is however, that the usurper caused a second funera-
ted e et re d rt.n' r.-d witli bows and arrows, ana one the Bubastis of the Greeks, and the Diana of the Re- chamber to be excavated to receive-his own sarcopha- U
oflucnutild in r sBe a Carcek lyre in the antique maps. Geographers generally place at Beni-Hassan gus, in order not to'"displace, that of his predecessor.' I
style. Are they (;r.e1.,,7 1 finrIly- believe they are ; the position named Speos Artemidos (the grotto of With the exception of this tomb, all the others belong -,
thai .i.\hlo-uian Greeks, or goini people of Asia Minor Diana), and they are in -the right, since I have just to kings of the eighteanth, nineteenth, or twentieth t
iin.rr Drarlsth Ionian colony participating-in their discovered theteinple,eaicavated in the reck (the specs dynasties: but we do not find the tomb of Sesostris,
manners and customs. It uiomhld-eistsinly be very eu- of the goddess); and thiunonunrent, which represents nor that of M5iaris. I say nothingg hero of a r-iuallu.
;ouc have Greeks of the ninth dceutuXy Woie Christ, only images of Bubastis, the Egyptian Diana, is su1 tude of small' temples andd edifices scattered it-- p i
eaurateh nte y Egyptian artist. I he-e had rounded by several hypogeums of the sacred cats, the these grnat things I shall only mention a little temple
t lng''pitored copiedgin colour : thorn is not S animal of Bubastis ; some excavated in the rock; one, of the goddesssAthbr, dedicated by PtolemyEpiphones,
strokeof'the pencil which is not in ffit original, amongther, erected in the reign of Alexander, son and teo temple of Thoth near Medinef-Abou, dedica-
* The ffteen days spent at Bani-hassan have been of Ale.'pander the Great., Before the temple, under ted by Ptolenmy Evergetes II. to his two wivcs. In
monotonous, but productive : at sunriso-we went to the sand, is a great bank of mummies of catsvwrapt the bas-reliefs of this temple, the saine Ptolemy makes t
the hypog ts.'to draw, to colour, and.to write; -la. up in mats, together with some dogs. Further oim, be- offerings to all his mnale ami female ancestors, Epi.
lowing an hour, at the most, to a frugal repast which tveen te valley and theNilesthe desert, there are phases and Cloopatra, Philopator and Arsintoe, Ever--
was brought touas from the boats. Sunset, which is two great depots of mummies of cats ,in packets, two ,ete amd Berenice, Philadelphus 'and Arsioe. Alil
beautiful in this country, gavo the signal for retreat r feet btoese Lagides are represented on foot,with their GreekL
*we returned to the bark to sop, lie down, and begin a- &, t Tevent tter from Ml. Chomp eliW.n surnames, translated into Egyptian, outside of their f
gain the next day. ;' THESESs, Nov. 24, 1828. cartonchses. This temple, Isowever, is of very hadt
This abode. among the tombs has produced a porL. It was ont the 10th of November that I quitted Es workmanship, on account of the era in which it was 5
folio of drasringa. perfectly exBcuted, strictly accurate, Siout, afler having visited its hsypogeums, which are bitilt.
and which alreauly exceed 30u to number. [ venturiQ to accurately described by Messrs. Jollois and Devilliers, On the 4th day, (yesterday, the S3d) I qnitted the ^
say, tiat with shaie aicquisitiolins alone mu' jauinnoy (o of nh-ace extreme correctness I have daily proofs at left bank of the Nileto visit ts c~aslemnliart of Thebes.
Er.pm w-outd hare already attained its Objectat,-9X- Thebes. .' I first saw Luxor, an immense tcmpl, pm-eceded bytwvo i
cept S ha regard In archimeciure. ivitie I attend to on- On the Ilth, i1q th smornin'g, we passed before. Can- obelisha, .nearly- eighty feet hiigh, of rose coloured gm-a-' s
ly in phasesnet hitherto visited or kno~wn. The fol- el-Robin 1Anatccopolisi?. apdl 'my hark passed full soil suite of tIle Oiualit fluaiailO *iu'urutuuitinr~ip,asi.-.:.mpsinid. S
lowing is esketchlieftIl'i n :- '' over the silo of thie itimple which iho Ntl )ajmss.vallow- by four colus~i of ulna s.m.'- autih.iuri-.:', curd tij~iuil ihiirtv
1. Aguzrufi;urt.-Drawintre, rLcpresenting~ tilhieg' the ed up, n'ithruit loaaviui the slightest trace t--f u. u-ct higli ; ].r mli.:u, m-r. idust up I'l. iu.i ti.- iui-i in cii..
jgreqr.O w~lh esicn or by hand ; ,e.'mn : tmuadun; thue I ri'tptd c-n' tino l'2th soiri'- ruins 'at Elkeh'min,.and This eli': is --I it, uise 'it' Rh 1'ii"u' Iiiu' hi-ir ji TIiL
grour~d by rams, srnd n-at bt' hours, as H-rrod.mlus says ; w'as so e'ccunste si ho dis:uamrra sculptured blodk,'from otherpaiu t***i It': fusic'* a.' in b:. it";Irn' !;.-:j-ii:.
five turl. of pl..)ut]L3 : it|B uaa^l of rho piciests ; tihe whichi I learned the nile of the temple, which is of the HQrus,!,.vJ \ri.:,-i.'i.],ls -' .ii.;.sis :tilui',.' ii. 'u|l,, mrr,[,,;
u-espirac df wheat, the gathering of flax, the putting lTime of Ptolemy Phtlnnimtc andm obtained the image and ads ili.aui' iuui-irru -L.I u-....: hij. .ilii..(-.uai, 'ti-i] t.\ '
St.:.e wo kinds of plausts into sheaves, this carrying of thea god Pan, who 'is no .other, as J had already SOme of the Ptolemies, within a sanctuary built erntirelym c
to tite rmill, ihe threshing, ineasenirigr, elonrie in the ah.'.",rn. than the Arininon generator, of us'y pantheonl under Alexander, the son of the conqueror. I at length
granaries ; two .drawings of large guumnusru.'m. anr sliiirr- v-^eoi on" the Ithl, end at noon passed Potohe- waist to thp pa}jice, or rather the city ofnmonuinents, at t
eat plans; thme .flim.aarried by asasoy: a number of oth- mais, .wheno ilhsorp is now notbirty memarkable. At Karnac : I here balield all thme meagnmifitence of thop Phia. c
en agriculturah operations- among them, *the gathering four o'clock, -*s.i'iiuu along the Djebel-el-Assemat, w~e i-sols, the grandest productions ever cotucoived 'arid cx-- aI
of tha lotus, the culture of the vine, the vintage, its perceived 'the. ^.r.t crocodileip. Ihicro were four of **' alil*' i'y man. All tla't I had: Beenat Thsobes, all -i.il I
carrying homea; two presses, one worked by the hanml, themm'lying on a sandy islet, sen 'great eumbehrs of Ilia~d admired with eimthusimusm on the loft banlr, ap- s
and tieo'.other by mechanism, the putting the lime 'birds were flying about them. 3o.a..; jrfur, tie. lnded peari-dnicc'T'.eMBin croimpar' ':'ru' iii itii:. i;.*:,i '* con- <
'-.l. br-llubs, ci- j'siL. c'arru'ilu ii to the so~ar, ate,.etc. ,n Gir-(ut]li. th11 eii Iulil, the':, nt '.5 is t~uiml, ard r, t .-ti ** h it"! t* l u I... :''i. ul* Iin i, I.,. h. -m,ut| take F
'.tMi., ulturi3. l' e'alhe. rng fi e.. n e ti c uut., iiliat;.m.i ..f pimid bui little pir.gi.'s' loul ,-mu i-icm':.s'.rup~iusiuis.:ncame not to attempt to .1u. -.!:. ,1, Ij,,i us I--u jither i
5jhd o .n.'" mri ust l.-,i,6time. ; ili lao tmih.jc as in tC alt,)ie tld thas '-,eaoJaric su-c.'ri-em du'pua,clJ tu-. iri.jL'nuuii~i ', I rut- description -ou ,o epesta h uadh obje ts Ii
itu 'iuctuirC5, with explanalory haaeroglyphic uuisetip' counted twentty u,-ia .-,r thhrn i..ectlliroper upn onet rill;o what ought to hesaid when haeakino of suhobcl
lions: also the intendant oh the.counlqr-house, these- and adischarge uifinusk.;' l,i.Jtfsd nhuh ball~tir--J preu- in' if I dr-ew a faint sketch of thein,ILhouhId be taken 1i
cinctutnis, etc. -*" ty cone to them. h .d nia ether siJt,-'aari (| i ., br.-sli imp In1 an enthsiasint, or perhaps for a madma~n. It' will e
2 .'lrtanod tusrdei.-A co~lletaon CifpiLctujre.u, rthirii -thei nesonibly. They, thsreirliusrni6]v>es mit-a tIm- Nilie, -inithip to add, thatno people, either aocient oi- modern," P
mos-t pait colored, iji order lso detertnineih~e nature of ariuj a'u lost a quartet et an la:.ir im cneting asuin bunta ever!l concolvod the art of arohiteaturo on So siibhiune t
the cibjects, andi repnrssuswiHeg lha sculptor in st~ne. thie afloat; r>;r it had 'gone too near the island. --and so gr-and' a scale as the 'aimeusrIn Lgyjpmiru.i: their


c arer in wood, the painmlr ofatucsa, tbe painter ot' At length i he evening of the 16th, we arrived t conceptions were those o0 men, a iund' ij'i,-t highs; !
arehntecture.ftumitture, and exbunetoxtork of all Inds: Don'ders. The nooh ihioup aittli uncloudod eplnnd'.r. and the imagination which ,in Lm.t-p rrs.e,_ r above il
the painter with hi -easel, paint'i[g a picture ; cnibes and nwo ere only a0 league fi oni; lf p tZ m nff ]Hoa our porticos, sinks abashed at tin i'..m., .I iu hundred
,and clerks of all d criituoas; mi-n.e sons ve'ing could wn resiLst the temptation? 'We tok ahasty sup- and forty columns oftho'Hypostyle Hall ofKainac. -
bloclks ofetone; the art ofpottery, with all theppaera- per,and set out. At length We caine in s-ight of thj I timts mas,.,llos pala'-e I vie."eId hI .: r,,rirailt of
lions; tlihecutung of ood; nalerm .of oar, easpen- 9enple.; and Jshall not attempt to describe the im- most oftth ai,.i.: tiar.i.ha .I,: li...q., a 01 i.airp.atc- an
talers, cabinet makers, lawyers, cucriers; Lhe sti 'nin prcisswun onde uporin us by the crand protuliviin and tions; and llt,'v are rc,I i-tr.,t"iii, repicieled a hun-- d
ofeoituMon leatherr end mor-,eco: tkhe li.h mnker; above all, by thi portico ofthe groat temnip -;" ii dried times on tli.i b ..-r ) ,_..of ti, ouir r.t,,l u. r 'umc
spinning; waeaiine ;t, ih glass w,.rkar-and alt his oper- measure it, indeed; bhi o give.t n idea of it is impos- walls. Each ot them has his peculiar physiognhomy, t
ains: the ,Id-m th ewe tc. ub,., -, It us rac in .. r rmta
atian; l et d "mi-iith.jewblm-eer .wh.c. gb, : it race and majesty eambined in the highest different from that of .his predecessors and successors, t
3. The niturhruert.-Thio edure,mionofthmniiitary i- r-.. e passed twobhours there In etacy, trv'er- Thus, in colossal representation, the sculpture ofwhicr p
ca"', and all their gymnms-tw, e.orcr-isei. ri !r, iied ssgltha fronat halls and erideivqring toreadtheexter- m hively,grand and heroic, more perfect t.ancan be b r-
in ab.-ve 2'00 pictures, showing oill t pitlions. nij ant- ai nsrdptions bdy the lightoftho moon. We did not lieed in Europe;we see Mandouei'combating the na mI
titua..s of two skill ee l.r t atacking, delfrc-n..ng, return to the boat till three in the morning, to go bach lions hostile to Egypt and returning triumnphant to hiii T
Sretr.itiiu, adtsan.- ig. slar.ijing, ihiown dmmn, rtc.- it-t'ie tr-mple at seven, where we passed tlhib whole ol cenntry. Farther on, the campaigns of Rhamses Ses-os ee
"umi %imll seA by ih-' ulio.ner lie Egyp''ti r- 'iijl. he l;tIi. Wate uB, rEinrniicrni L.a mnbonlight, was tris; elsewhere, Sesohehis (hishak")drqiging to thefeet in
Ier conlapted With figures in, profile, ttheiigj, l ujred, s t so oi hct e in beama ol' th suri ernudi uet l-. of the T'ieban trinityr, Amon, Moutbh'and tKhohs, the th


chiefs -of thirty conquered nations, among which
-found, as was to be expected, written injlettelrs at fill
length, Joudahamalek, the kingdom of-the Jews, or o
Judah. This is a commentary on the fourteenth chap
ter of the first book of Kings, which relates the arrival
of Shishak at Jerusalem, and his success: thus th
"iderti'y which we have established between the Egyp
tan Shescotink, the Sesonchis of Manotho, and th
ScEsac of Schishbak of the, bible, is confirmed in th
-most satisfactory manner. I found round the palace
of Karnac a multitude of edifices of all ages'; an
when, after my return from the. second cataract, fr
"4hich I set sail to-morrow, I shall come to reside ft
five o4 six months at Thebes, I, expect an immenE
harvest of historical facts' since, in running through
it, as I have been, doing for four days, without seemin
even one of the thousands of hypogeums excavated i
the Libyan mountain, I have already colleceLd ver
important documents.' e a l
I subjoin the translation ef a chronological part of
stele which -I saw at Alexandria; it is of great'ira
portance',fr the chronology of the last Siates of th
twenty-sixth dynasty.. I have also copies of hier'
glyphic inscriptiens-enaraved upon rocks on the r.,a
to Cosseir, which give the express duration oft' thi
reigns of the kings of the Persian dynasty. I omit
multitude of other curious results: I must pass m
whole time in writing-if I would detail all my new obet
servations. I write what I can in the moments whe
the Egyptian ru;i- allow mIn to breathe in the raids
of all these la:',ur_ arnd .:.f these 'onjr, mante, which
-would be really too 'poignant if they were to be re
posted elsewhere as at Thebes. '
1 collected at Beni-Hassan many fossils for' M. d
Ferussac : I have also found some very fine ones a
Thebes.
SM.' Letronne has already said whence his erroro
arose. In his explanation of the inscriptions in the
coilectioqn of M. Vidua, pp. 12 and 13, he express
bimaeilfas ll.l-,s : As ;r thie name of the divinity
-. l'ite simple ot ApIllhnopc.lis Partia,i Mr..Hamnfiltoi
hadread APSHr'PEI;butastilnedra.;ne byM.Jomard
d, linrilv bears tihe in crip'on of 'lI--l-, 1 ofcours
prel'-rred tliat reading: for.how could it be imagined
hi i p-.:.n could t'lk. the pains to make a minute
Si' '' arn ,..crncr. in order to insert a word in i
which, does not exist? Thus I have again been wrong
in preferring M. Jomard's copy to that Mr. Hamil
ton. The original, without any doubt, has APfHPEI
And I must add 'here, that M; Guigniart, Who has paii
great attention to aheient mythology, has long since
expressed to mne his doubts on the reading HAIft]
From the name of Apollinopolis, which the city bears
he did not hesitate to believe that the 'word wa
APff2H'PEI. The fact has justified his conjectures."-
JVote by the Freneh Editor.

NEW-YORK AMERICAN-
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1829.
SUNITEDJ 3TATES' BANK................12%x 1221
'* tXCUANGE ON LONDON. ............. .10l9 110
BANKIs AND .BANmING,-The Legislature adjourne
on Tuesday, h.wing created several new banks, rein
c.rporaasd several old ones, and passed alaw In rels
iHun t.o banks and banking generally, that is, in def
anee of all.precedent, and all sound discretion. Under
these circumstances, it seems to us that those who fee
that the laws regulating banking business are in oppo
sition not loss to the spirit of the age, than to privat
rights, should seriously examine the grounds upo
which this particular legislation proceeds, in order,;
these be not tenable, to its seeedy overthrow.
The defect of our present system is, that the vita
restraint of responsibility, both personal and to th
whole amount of property possessed, is removed fror
our incorporated banks. That, however, is incompati
ble with the notion of a chartered company; and there
fore, cannot be introduced with any hope of benefit
But the restraining act proceeds upon- the absurd prin
ciple of prohibiting private individuals who might b
willing to' pledge their whole property to the security
of the business they would do as bankers, from doing
i.:h uuainF -s; and thus by acts of incorporation on thi
w ie hand. and ill r-lir.,1 iio sr ... -i.-
i.i are dv 'c-t,.d C.ithe,r bt.r security far the solvency o
ilthe paper i'rculaior, wilwh alone is in use. The ap
prehension of danger from this condition of things-
smore than 'any 'actual suffering from banks,, has produ
ced the restlessness and undefined solicitude abou
bank paper, which has resulted in the adoption of thein
absurd safety fund act. Our city banks have, it is
known, iefused to accept a renewal of their charters
subject to the provisions of this act, nor where real ca-
pital and credit exist, will those provisions be submit-
ted to any where. It-is therefore a possible' case thai
these city banks may be compelled to wind up their
affairs, and hence an additional motive for ascertaining
whether laws leading to such disastrous results, as a
forced withdrawal- from circulation of many millions of
capital must occasion, are well founded and just; and
especially whether the restraifiing act, which if valid,
;uts off the only alternative that could bring adequate
rI h.: f ti.: lie city in case of the dissolution of t ho banks.
rmay nro be'det aside.
On tri head, we published, some days ago, under
he h signature of Common Right," an essay which
FO-gr:.-mtd a mode, that appeared perfectly clear and
i-,Lbjccuonable to us, of avoiding the penalties of that
aw.'. Nor can we perceive that there would be any
uinfitness in so doing; for the acts to be, done are in
themselves innocent, and are to be performed at the risk
and under the full responsibility of the person. doing
hem.
From the same pen, as we apprehend, we now re-
publish the subjoined piece, which appeared some
wVeeks ago in the Evening Post, recommending to the
non-confoiming banks a course of proceeding that
would fliectually test the value of acts of incorpora-
tion. The views taken are at least not common-place;
nor, as we appreh end, very easily refuted.
[COMMUNICATION.]
The restraining Law of the State makes .it penal
or a person to become a member of a Company for
he purpose of issuing Notes, such Company not being
Luthorisod thereto by an Act of Incorporation."
By the Constitution of the United States it is pro-
'ided, "that no State emit Bills of Credit."
*Notes in the Law, and Bills in the Constitution, de-
note the sante thing-Notes or Bills to pass as currency,
uch as the present Bank Notes or Bills; hence I shall
:jnii,' 6 myself lto only orie of these two different
- ,.d,?s of expression-thd latter, emitting Bil!4 -'
Tie f'tate being, by the Constitution, 'divested of
h'. r',,.ir o emit Bill cannot grant or delegate to
ilLr. theppwer to emit them. Every person may,
,t ..mion righl, emit Bills; the Legislature of the
-'iiio may, however, regulate the exorcise of this, as
if every 'other right, as they shall judge the public
veal to require; but the regulation, whatever it may
>e, b doubtless not to be in derogation of the right as
iemiaon to all. As instances :-They may, to 'guard.
.Caiijit exebsiranco in th'. paper medium circuilation,
ii.. .iil. that no6Bill shall be emitted feo less than a
peeiedl sum-perhaps Five dollars might serve as
h(e minimu-standiil, att first, Further :-They may
irolimit. all persons f'onm emitting Bills, '.who shall not
.r :, ;...:l, ,.ji...: real estate, .to a duo amount, to a
rblrh ,.i,..'r i... be designated for the perpose-per-
aps, ii the city of New York, the Mayor may be Se-
ected--to remain as an eventual security to the held-
rs of tlo Bills; or, as a substitute for a pledge ofpro-
)erty, eoecute a bond'to i''i mt.li[,'w, t"ifii eties, to
h hlike h i tent. i
' From Wihatis above premised, it follows, that every
si' 6fthoc iilo authorizing some persons, and making;
t pon.nl i .nhr,.rs, to emit bills, is void ; so that the dis-
,ilerii banil, r,: to proceed as heretofore, 41n1 on the
'..',r.dili.'. ofih i.t clrters, 1111, ls ar raslirm is con-


"Irn.<1. tcm.j rr'niea ui their wutlnes3 preci-aly as be-
iro. but e iTtc roll Ntteib6 deemed done by 'them at
Cai.p'tr. iiw., Lh0 stockholders th.u partners. They
mil be wivora. at sriie conveni'ent previous period, at
oconvoy over all.their real property to some friends,
'o om tIhy canoi'confide, for the benefit of the Co-.
atnership ; for, should, it remain in them to the moe
ieit of the dissolution of their incorporation, the state
sy take as de boni. nullius land, and no owner for it.
hi suits, for the penalties, will doubtless he comment e
ed in a State Court; they are, however, removeable
to a Court of the United States, on suggestion that
he tjUsin iqa controiversy in thelit, is, whether a Law


t: of a State authorising some persens, and making Well for theneweaplpes te give gen tal informatitoO f
A1I t penal in dbthers, to.'emit Bills of Credit, is not void, her removal."
f as in cont ravenlion of the Constitution of the United The Reve Cutter Pulaski, sailed for Havana o
3= States? :A. B ......eu ute ulsi sie frHvaa6
al ts A the 12th, having as passengers, Judge Webb, W. A.
e Co.TTON.-The following extract from "A Collection MRea, and some of the passengers ofthe brig Cerrea.
?- for the Improvement of Husbandry and Trade," by .
i9 John Houghton, F.R.S.-A. D. 1701, London, shews The New Orleans papers appear te he delightoii,
i the small beginning from which oneofthemestexten- with their victory over the Governor of Louisiania in
d sive, lucrative, and still increasing manufactures, that the ease of the murderer Gayarre, whhom be ought
,r of Cotton, took its rise: to relieve from working on the roads with the other,..
>r -The chief use ofraic-cotton in these kingdoms is toe enviets. Tbe-crumninal made his firat appearance in
is. put into inkhorns to imbibe the ink. and there keep it the streets on the afternoon of ite 11th ult. The '
hI from spilling. This being universal, I presume spends whole gang ofeenvics, under a strong 'uard, marchA-
g' a great deal, although at first sight one would no more .
in think it, than they would that prno should be the chief ed from the prison to the upper extremity ofthe city,
ry consumption of copper, which is affirmed, and through.seme oftlhe principal treaets. Gayarre
Another use is quiltingofelothcs, tis lying between was conspicuous among them, and all eyesware'turn-'
a tie outside and lining. eduponhim. His dresBwas not'altogether the.ui-
a- Another se is .to put into rectified spirits, to try if .uo i H" d... e t ag u- :
ae they be proof; for if t hey burn til the cotton, takes form of the corps. Instead of red trouser, shirt'and,
0- lire, it is approved oh, as' well as. if it had been gun- cap, his trousers only were of that colour ; he wore a
d powder. blue roundabout, a common hat, and a black handker-
S But oflate, since we put our wine in flasks with oil ^chief on his head. Ever and anon hewould wipe the
aon thpm, there is'a great consumption of cotton tortae...o ... ...
y the re agreat ooil ptio '" totake dust from his face with a fine white cambric handker-
Cotton is spun into yarn of all sizes-and there are chief. The convict to whom he was chained was a
B also made from it all sorts of calicoes, vt iih muslins, huge robust fellow who seemed highly pleased at being
it and sail-cloath, and bale-ciath, with threads, tapes, played in such respectable company. At five o'clock
h cords and ropes of all s.zoes; as to which marstufactuirei, 1 s .
-. most ef them comefrron abroad; but we manufacture the gang returned to the prison, followedd by a large
a 'great deal here, particularlS, we spin wick for candles concourse ef people, .
o and lamps, that burn with oil er spirits; and this I -
it presume consumes a great deal of cotton, for 'tis al- Extract from a letter dated .ew Orlnaw,Spril W.
Most universal, although some few' make wicks with' We had accounts yesterday "from -Liverpool to. -
Scoarse hemp, and some use silver wire." Febuary 26, whichli are very. glomy for Cotton; and
o A.ppointment by the President.-James 0. Pickett, of in consequence of which, ourwmarket hlin-eeone very
as Kentucky, to be Secretary of Legation to. Colombia,'in dull. Sugar, 6 3-4 to 7; Flour, 8 to' 8 1-4, Tobatco,
Place of Edward T. Tayloe, of. Virginia. 4 to 6."' '' .''* r
Ia The National Intelligencer ofTuesday, says, we now ... ".
d learn that the report of the appointment of Mr. Me- L rom tsu orca.t l.tverltaier.m. tn
e Lean, of N. York to be Secretary ofLegation to Lo- T'm o S r.-At the lt tatd meeting
Idon, was at York, Sertr. ...e of the Chamber' ,of Commerce, held on Tu.sdy thi.
leastpremature. 5th inst. the following preamble and resolutions wore
S The house of Mr. Christopher Yates. of Albany, was en- adopted
tered by a man on Sunday evening, who presented a pistol to "Whereas since the last meeting ofthis Board their.
Sthe breast of Mr. Y. and demanded his purse. Mr. Y. seized former Vice President,^ AOHIBALD GAcIE, Esq. has
the pistol and took it away from the villain, who made his es. bee-n removed from is life the date of
Scape. Mr. Yates intended to pursue him, but his wife, from een remove rotis life, rere a e
affright, fell into his arms, ad prevented pursuit. his deceased be entered on the minutes, as a renewed
S. ": expression of the high sense entertained of the services
Ashes, Flour, Whiskey,&c. produce of the western coun- of the deceased while an officer of this Board, and of
w try, reached this city yesterday, and was brought by the the grateful remembrance which is cherished of the
Washingtonhlineonthecanalfrom Rochester. Thecanalis .. f ,
new open; and we shall continue to receive the valuable pro- courtesy of his manners, his intelligence and bone-,-.
a ducts of ths Wst.. lence, and of his uniform andtried integrity." : :'
i .... T T. "..... : -, ~The following gentlemen were elected, OBe the th
FROM ALBANY.-The Legislature adjourned at 12 o- instant, officers of the Chamber Commerce for the pre-
clock on Tuesday. The Salary Bill was lost, the Househa. sent year: .- .
ving refused to recede from their amendments. The bupply Robert Lenor, Presidenit. :" .
Bill was received from the Senate, and the amendments were Wmn. '. Woolsey, 1st Vice President. *
Agreed to. A vote ofthanlks to the Speaker, the Hoe. Peter Isaac Carow, 2d do. .. .'
d Robinson,passedunanimoualy. John A. Stevens, Secretary. "
In the Senate, en Tueaday, the resolution from the Assem- The following gentlemen were ellocted to serve for
bly,requeasting the acting Governor toinform nthe Governors Ong yeLr on ithe Committee, to adjust and determine
E of all the other States in the Union ef the near termination sanch mercantile disputes as may be submitted to them:
f ofthe Lotteries authorized by this State; that the constitu- Isaac Carow, George Griswold, James Heard, P Pe.
i- tion prohibits the granting of others, &c.; and requesting rit, P I Nevius. .
er their co-operation in bringing to a close the systemn-ofLotte- ... "
ties. was op posed by Messrs. Oliver, Throop and Benton, and Appointment 'mad e- Sea, 'ay., s., .Oje
e,1 supported by Mr. Mather. and rejected. nt mt n the Si Frida. .T l, e .
The supply bill was received from the Assembly and was nomination of the Omoernor:
'passed in committee of the whole, Mr. Woodward in the Duches cenrty-John Brush, examiner in chan. '
,e chair, with several amendments. A sedion was offered by cery.
-n Mr. Throop, to increase the salaries of the chancellor, and Warren-ames W"hite and Roswell Call, auction .
judges of the supreme and circuit courts, to the amount pro- eso.
if yided in the bill upon that subject as agreed upon by the two e .. ... .. ..
houses, and which was lost by their disagreement in some "nseolaer-George Butler, commissioner of dee ds 1
amendments to the bill. &c. Ior the city of Troy. .. :
a, After the considerationofexecutive business, Mr. McLean Chenanirdo--Daniel Denison end PNter Merrit, "t-
moved the following resolution the question on which was doctors of beetarnd pork.-Cbares F. F. Locks, i~aac
put by the clerk and tmaniirausfy aoopted :-LWhele, Jo_ ". .. .
m Resolved, That the thanks of the.Senate'be given to the heler. John Dye, John F. Hill, NathaunH acor,
Hon. Charles Stebbins, president thereof, for the faithful im- and Chancey Hoffinan, auctioneers.
Spartialand dignified discharge of the duties of that station. : Kings-SLephouen N. Stilwel, auctioneer.
T- Towhich the president made a reply. Seneca-Benjamin A. Clapp, auctioneer. Asgill
t. ao'as C r a a .- .ra,, .d. Gibbs, commissioner to perform certain duti" of a
A POSPRO CR AriON.- ieMereanile Ad- Ie of it, supreme court. Joiah Ferris, examiner
vertiser of New-Orleans. of -2-ud ult, says, that the in Chancery.
0 revenue ef the Corporatbon of this City for 189, Csyuga-HenryLeonard, eupentendfntof the salt
Samounts to.;$217t,29-ani Ltie expenditures on the "dsprins at Montlezumi. John D. Jones, Abiah Keeler,
V amunt to'~27,28-sad he expeditrestintheand7Ishbel Warner, auctioneers.. Jo~seph F~. Starkey,
g basis of 1828, will amount to 190,525, leaving a bal- inspectr sp O slleather.n tary
ance in toe treasury, ever and above r...... Yni.-Mul -'. Orayl ector' lumbar.
f *,, ,."'.;-'- :, .lRichmond-Henry B. Matealf, notary public.
If .... .. Columbia--Justs 'Kistr -mantorin "chancery.
The ALusmt O1r COLuBuMA Co1iuaS had reuon to Samuel Gifford, inspector of lumber.
be proud of their orator yesterday, and of their great Saratoga-Teunni VaN er Werkea and Ezra Picket.
associate ,De'Wtt Clinton, whose character and pab- 'tirnper o beef td pork. Samuel Munger, auc- :
t lie services formed the subjects of Professor Reunwick'. nSt. awrencet-NathanielParmenter, Samuel Buck
e disaourso. and John Qpencer, inspectors of leather. Benjamin
S Of-that discourse, we may say that it was alike H.aitbay, inspeoior of beef and pork.
AMontgomery -John Jay Danfeurth,exanminer in chan-
Soriginal and bold in its views-assering, on the Fab- cery.
-' ject of the canal policy of this stale, the supremacy, Jefferson-Orville V. Brainard, notary public.
without peradventure, ef Mr. Clinton: and by an an-. .ou .
t ticipation of the course of time, consigning, without Kirigs-Edwvard MRI.MI. Clark and Benjamin 10. Silli-
anpublic notaries.
- hope, to oblivion, all other names but his, as connected arato. -'hopson Fhr, inspector bf n
ewith that great work. It was a bold ju-gment d iscr ea
with that great Work. It was a bold judgment which pork ; .a,Ines Taylor, Jonas Oln.sted, Dsniel H. Cmig.
,Mr. Reawick thus pronounced; but it was r.lta1iaIy Cornr-ihu Hegrman, inspectors and, adimeasurers or'
wooca andLtn16er.
Enforced and illustrated with ingenuity and eloquence; WCR'dselan ier.ian BlB i n" -
I and we are not prepared to say, it is not jut. ; Daniel. Whiting. commissar of mer n cnnor the
The discourse,altogother, was very creditableto the city of Troy; Ebe ner C. Baldwin anrid 'ichard L.
Professor ; to the Institution of which hq,is a dietin- .M'D.nald, aucti.anera Zechariah Hoffman, inspector
Sguished teacher; andto the Alumni, ,_ sol ..e leather ; Janit Hodge, inspector of lumber and -
euller i sLtrE. v osand heading.
YsTvERDAY IN IaELAND, is another new republica- Chtrn--Horace M. White, inspector oflumber.
Seneca---Jamea Brooks, auctioneer. .,
tion, from the press of Messrs. Haipers, which is highly Esses -Oiver D. Peabody auctioneer.
spoken of by foreign journalsofrepute, Thes .indus- as-Janieseaylor, examiner in chancery.
trios printers work with such rapidity to suit the 'de- Ontario-P6ter Bours, autioneer. '
mands of the day, that we have not time to look at essee-Heman J. Redield, master incha'etry. '
one book before anoi her comes to overlay it. We will, [Froh the AeIoal Ia'dilsgevcer.
however, endeavor to give some account rofthenA l We understand that the flowing letter w .
an~O "o"t'er"g was trans,-.
and, moan times, thus apprise our reaideters of thd, on Saturday last by the Socretaryof-W' to
ance of a nfw'one. Chatles:J.'Nourse, Esquire, the Chief Clerk in thatm
aeofanwoeD department : ,.
The execution of Johnson, and the woman Cachote Wa DEPAiWIENT. .'.
took plaee to-day at BlaekwU' Island The culprit .er ,, i :-The Chnief -Clerk ofa Deparmeatm ,
took place to-day at Blackwell' Island. The culprits. d shoul to his principal stand-in the relation ofaconfi.
left the Bridewelln close carriages, and in their ordi., dential-fri6nd. Unoer this belief I have appoite
nary attire, about half-past 8 o'clock, escorted by a' Doctor Randolph of Virginia I take laveto ,tha ,
small squadron of cavalry, and accompanied by ithe since I have been in this Department, nothing in rela-
ti-on to you has transpired to which I could take thou
Sherilfand his officers. There was ery little showe or slightest objection'p; n or have lany to sugg take th. '
parade; and, so far as the Sheriff felt-himself at liber- Very respectfull J". H. EATON,.
ty to go, in divesting the spectacle of its ordinary cha- May 2, 1829 ,
racter ofa holiday exhibition, he app.arswith much [ om the Baimirre Ga:.tte of Tuesde1.J
propriety, to have done so. We le ar from Wastawgt.,n that Louis MI'Las, Esq.
We cannot, in, connmexion with this subject, omit to fi wil nhote, prgpariog to proceed Ho daulhta we"t
express our full and entire concurrence w the views to Wash,nstou with him, and will rea-i with the I-h
taken by the Governor, of the natitre and tendency of dies of tiePresident's t'anily. ..... .
the applications made to hitO for a pardon of'theae cs-i- .,Mr. Gallatin, Judge Pmoble; witleJr. (allatiendur ale -'
miuals.-In refusing that' pardon, he has.. Bilthm a"?'P'<"" i bet 1 h o
seft he r~net and commendation fa ontit d e-na. aioterposctngtu Ojcs 1te oiisin

Another remark irresistibly suggests'itself, as to t collected all the testimony int.he..asad are ny hen
gaged in furnishing a statemetfrteeninai~
course taken by most of those newspapers, which ate of the b bet e ment aor tis.the kinglorth
foremost to proclaim the evil coneequnces and bad Neterlaed's h state^ment w..,''-b'y harrangement,kn hbe
effects ofpnblic executions, The Sheriff took pains to fntshrn 'd the Brutish authorities, by the' let osfJan
keep unknown the intended place of execution ,and nzt, when the case will bt finally -u-it. d. t seem
to be ut tUdou a af.i y ome ofsn~u ith chane
yet the day, the hour, and the suggested place, are all r proceedis in t nagl ffalin
carefully ascertained, and conspi"eously set forth by The I'artford Post e~ce is again before the Post
these journals; thus occasioning to the extent of their Master Genieral, -ur. Nrton arrive thereon Sudon
mfluenee and circulation, the very publicity they are .aceoipanie .by a delegation from !Hartford an u-. /
so loud in reprehending, dte tii egain his place if he can. l ana --/
"ccor. oplihd s-ger, who is :-mart, 'mi, tir J;i'ui- ne Lic, i^ps ^a a wnelmi^-
Mrm.mso.fths ,em,,,y mmnpomnarnu t i~aue remeisuty t),u,.wn ionavlgsinr. It iii
now in Philadelphia, but sou o retn here, the Na- di luSt'o 'ls do" Ct
tional Gayettp thus speaks :--.That lady (last eve- c *Ier l.' n-s an* e a1t" a at 0d '-,I Ther bim C,T0.', .
ning) raised herself in the estimation ofall who hoard 5,30 ae.'ouai.m, a-s a paui=lmu'tt, thepio t wbsselis
her, above any other female singer who haL exhibited Lismum Chip was uert v frini.
her powers en the Philadelphia stage, MnB. 'lhs case oiiM f liii' tr"i''; ltni. tried.htl ifr~ejto-*>
excepted. Mrs. Austin w~ay occasioally impat tag us a hssnn-l' t i otesle. ass^^ g^S ^ en .
pleasure, and affect the g s more deeply, hut In e rpugo ae t ,miutnid Ce,,*,.,d'"*h sula
;_h e otoo.-$ .ul e.hsrergoa RitieciJhriea sdeo vamfi ..... h wh b ..... I


nohnes of cc, e ti n, an@ r --o ear -e a ya. -10W ?ug ; ong" T her 6% .. ,
', ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l I Rq1 '"<*"hmf dliloayln la Ca aty werii n'or. the
st o trainedd l orce, opious arts p Ot llia wr[i ke r: i weaty trir pesntsre ae r .i
ty, and general scieW9iq, II, Feron hasano rival in drlling twLa e e Gul' streaaw, without.P...... ... u a rastI,

ile fro .ayfr ,ef arIKy s fewl ^ ^ ^ ^ D*.,|*oe tr W r..
this country.'? This etrikes us as alike discriminating, here mbeYhad h begAn a o tttwelve hourfa avs h hrti ; p
d ay s j u st, a n d u p o e x a n a t i o th e y w e re ore l e va i tl, t a3 1 0 o -ow ve ry h te tw an'ch e .n
and JUSt., .ad In all pilehabtIly they would have'part ed duringthef ileng '
Tne wiethwass lssls0. wihb.ut detayinl 1 0 uveanl thing flout
I M P O R T A N t o" M A R I E e- o st w rk, lira eeed fd a t e vs y tiaz rd. I .F a fv ltie st of E th e
IMPORTANT vO Ma~asNzRs.-Thne Light" Ship. W hi ~ei s.a&,ar, d crew, nre wit sisa rseidig s5.a gituude tiA, ,
was stationed two or three months siqcq- aboutt four tln a 5re.s rum. 'tnt ,ou 1(i in the .hin, d ale. i... ,i iirati nt ,rit
tn-de a Slie .savd itlIe IIi mt I niply1ng it iou auith yI nuh htig and
,miles from Carysfort Reef, arni'red4 tKey West a few sil'urdmnrehI ..l. "emry r' 'mi ii ilh r 'W er. i ta i a
'days previous to A nril 'l th, and Upon examination iio i c e o fIe t ih oulmss siud as .Il 0the wreckig
proved to be teo rqtt for further use. The Register On 11Ittilt lea.r--- isi-....iod^ Albet.., Capt. u..
says: From the imiportanbce ofkeepinga light at that L lY''I b sng 10 Cal.,, t*..uri,1 nat'srl"teat,*n in it0" l,
place, we fel assured that another vessel will beirsmqe- tri. ,t.-11,f mf ing .,a.iaca,.re -ri,. C. $cs rllsye i'.'op '
7 LamIIh,a. ounnstratan 0 bot mt t and arilt/ 51 Key W'est O tie !"*1 '
diately constructed ;but in the snlelut time it would be hit adfundm tatt12














he Revenue Cuttor Pulaski, sailed from Key Weat for Ha. CASTLE GARDEN. ,
Vana, ,hthe l2th ult. Passangeri Judge Webb, W.A. MeRea, 1 HE subscriber respectfully announces to hisfriehdsanmd
and some of the passengers of the Spanish brig Correo. the public, that this establishment is oidW'rpen for the sea-
The Delegate in Congress from the Territory of Florida sop : the whole interior of the garden-having been recently
n his last circular to the people has the following remark. improved, and the bridge leading from the Battery completely
"an examination ofthe Island of Key West will e ordered repaired, the gas pipes have been enlarged. and he fixtures
before the next meeting of Congress with a view oferecting so arranged, as when lighted to present splendid illuina-
hatterie h and a tower or defe ce, and authority given for to e. ... te,...
suitable arrangeme su for the accommodao^ti of the Judi- a n egagement has been effected with Mr.T. Patrick, who
ctl and Reven e offi i-etationeathere" ill exhibit in the course of the season several pieces, which
lars. ad Revenue officers tatned there.. e an have been for sone time in preparation, of a ew and brilliant
It proposed, at Key West, to estabsfa Tn emperance description, surpaigg in splendor any yet attempted. A
Sunday School hase. a d ;a ";e r Bande f Music .has been.es ped for the.season, to perform
A Sendaly Schanol l already beaenopened ;anid t evera. every fair evening, some o the most popular glee, airs,
ladtes and gentlemen have volnteered their services tea.- arches. &c. e oticeswillbe given, when the 'Band will at-
eherM $34 weueastllcribed for the purchase ofbook. in a tend, and the Gardent peued inathe evening for the reception
fewohours. l of company. And in order to render.the Garden as attiac-
'The Br S-ip Britapntia, and her cargo,co-sisting of Sugar. tive as possible to citizens, and.stranger 'visiting the city, an
Rumn andlimento, which was was wracked on_ the Florida arrangement has been made with the proprietor of Rand's
Beef. and brought here by wrecking vessels, was sold a few tar.Amicroscope, so universally admired last season, for its
days since and brought nearly the s pfifty thousand dol- exhibition during limited period. An arrangement has also
la. "Much competition was exhibited at the sale, and the ben mad for te exhibition of Dunlap' celebrated painting
prices aid for several articles were a proofthat fewplaces f Death the Pa Horse, for a short time. In presenting
afford finer market than Key Wesat ; that our merchants the following terms of subscription to the Garden for the
possess ample mean offulfllmg-and meetingtheir contracts. season, and admission to the grand exhibitions ofFire er.s.
The trms of the sale were cash, which was paid on delive- he confidently trusts to meet the yicws of the public, and
ry. secure portion of their patronage. ..
TERMs Foa SEASON SUBScRIBERS.
MUTABILITY--Br PE cr BYSSaH SHLLET.y Season Tickets at three dollars, will secure to the subseri-
h flower that smiles to day her alone, the privilege of the Garden at all stimes-(Benefit
The t -dynibsexcented.)
To-morrow dies; -g t ...d.
All that we wish to stay, eason reckets at five dollars, will admit the subscriber
Tempts and then flies, and two ladies, or four children, on all Grand Exhibitions,
'What is this world's delight? Fire Works, and Public oecasions.-(eycept oB Benefit
S L tning that mocks the night, nights ) and on ordinary occasions will admit the subscriber
Briefeven a bright with ladies and children, not exceedingesixm the whole.
r ie ev ..... b ri gSeason Tickets at tea dollars, will entitle the subscriber to
Virtue, how frail it is all theadvantages secured by the five dollar tickets, in addi-
Fri, nendship too rare. tion to which free admission on all public occasions, includ-
Love, how itsells per bliss Ig the Fourth of July and Benefit Nights, with ladies and
Buor prou d despair. t children, not exceeding eight in the whole.
Stwtoh n Neither three dJollar orfive dollar Tickets will secure the
r"vie their joy and'li privileges of the Garden on the celebration of the Fourth of
Wh; ... ich .eura we csll. .July, or to .the exhibition of Fire Works intended for that c-
Whilst skies are blue and bright, casion.
.... Whilst flowers arc gay. .. -Admission to non-Bpbscribers 121 cents, for which refrebsh-
1 _.. Whilsteyesthat cangare night : mantsa.willhbe furnished. Children accompanied by theirpa-
Make glad thaday; rents, no charge. T''o the Microscope; 25 cents extra; to the
Whilst yet the calm hours creep, Garden and Painting. 25 cents. m7 3t is


reaa tou--and irom thy sleep
Then wake to weep. :
ANTI-MASONIC NOTICE.
ytr An adjourned meeting 'of Anti-Masons will be held at
the Shakipearo Hotel, corner of Fulton sad Nassau streets, on
Saturday evening next, to hear the report of their committee
appointed to address one or more of she most eminent men
ad Freemasons of this state: when a letter from the Hen.
CADWALLADER D, COLDEN will be read, containing his views of
the institution of Freemasonry. m7


MARINE JOURNAL.
.PORT OF NEW-YORK, MAY 7th, 1829.
High Water to-morrow morning 37 m. after 12.
CLEARED.THIS MORNING.
Ship York, DeCest, Liverool-Fish, Ghrinnell & Co.
Bri, Peruvian. Churchill, ?ew-Orleans--C. & J. Barstow.
Schrs. Oliva *Buckell, Wil'ams, Washington, N. C.; Co-
ItsnMbia, Halifax-Van Nortwick & Miller.
ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.
Shirt ;Talma, Marshall, from New Or!eans; and Balize 23rd
April, with cotton, &c. to S Holmes & Co. Passengers, Mrs
Stansbury and 2 daughters. Messrs Southwark ,Borge, Durie,
Latzetto na.Roguelie. Sailed in co. with brig Chas Joseph.
Bish6p. for Prw'vidence; ship Splendid, for Liverpool. April
2ad. off S. W. Pa.7s, saw a ship: suppo sed the Illinois, hence.
27th, off-the TortuW s ok0ship Eugenia, from N Orleans.
for Boitnon. ..
L'tip London Packet, B 'edict, 2 days from Philadelphia.
Brig Cario, lC'lear. d&ys lom l. Croix, 1VW. E; nil157
hhda sagar, li3 puncheonasrum., D RO ers & Son. Pamanger*,
Arldrw tlcnis, of Boston ; nlc.i' Armour arid lady, M "esr.
Morache snd son, G 1mith, and M si]ti"Of.
Bri. WVm Henry, Cole, of Warien, O de .'"0 Wlminlnion,. with
flour and navalulores, to the master, and otnern. Lis', brig N.
Carolina, hence,
Brig Mary Eliza. Doble, 9 ds'fm Georgetown, SCf. with cot-
ton, to Lewis & Jenkins.
Brig TiadLr, Johnson, 2disy from Philadelphia, wliu bark, fo
Nasers. Livir.g'rroni,
Schr Herald. Hawer., i,1a0 from Savannrah, Aunh cotton,
rice, and deer skins, to Haydock & Gwathmey, B D Woolly,
Hoyt & Lord, and others. '
Schr Socrates, Kenwick, 3 ds fm Philadelphia, with mer--
chandize, &;e.to Baldwin & Forbes- Tomlinson & Booth, Hi
& G Barclay, and others;.
SchtrNonpareil, Dixon,fmin Washington, NC. with staves and
xnavhal toes lto Van.Bokkelen & White.
Schr Temple, Sharpi, 2 ds frn Port Elizabeth, with casting
aand.bnund to Alba'ny.
Schr Cyane. Stelman, i da frm Philadelphia, with coal, to
S]il Peoryer.
Schr Ypailanti, Lee. ds fm Philadelphia. walh coal, to the
minster. .
Sinac k Mary Elkn, Lsser, of and ibr NLondon, 14 days fmi
Kay West, in ballast, t, ih, master.
NEWiORLEANS, April *20.-Arr. brig Brutus, Davernpor,
flom NYork 21st, Sultana. Blounti. do.
CiARTLETONApnrl t.--Arr. brig Echo, Blanchaad, fm
NYork.7 diaF.
(PER UNTON LINE i
BALTFMORE, May 5-A-rrscbr Maria, Seabisry; from Prov-
idence; Mary Jane, Strout, Poriland.
Below, a topsail schooner. .
CId. s'rhre G..orge. Cook, Bmston; Witrse, Nuner, savannah.
BALTI MORE. May 4-Arr s.hr Hannah Bartlll, Swift, oim
hivanrtiab. rnasi Kenericrk Boslon, Nancy a& MNria, Sow,
Yoak, manmr, HeJdly, I'm Proidaenee.
Ild brig Idde. Woosler, Boston; Albert, Chandlcr, Poriland.
*Cnsrl.rie Cordray, NYork. ,chr A artic, Thumas, Windit. sip
YPorinmobilhAinarori, Prtoviaeice.
ALEXANDRIA, May 1-Sailed, bing Lucy Ahr,,lirrumionodj.
CLK" and a market.
R[IOHMOND, May 2-Arr schr Echo, Shltbbles, from Thom-
hIton. I
SAVANNAH, April 'I-A r Ip Calimuir. Gratssa.fir, Ha
'vre, 1thf eb.. 7, Inst, Isa[l, oi, it 'pL>Ke ship V'sidra, of
.MYork, 26 da fin Si Ari,rro. btnnd i t Jag.s de Cuba.
Barque llereuls, Binr, Gd0 d3 fm Alistdte; brig Leopard,fui
Wrovidence. "
Sit.n--'Ihilp Emperor, Brnrid, 5d, i'm N5soik.
Nehr ,i;ida, Brtran,.t; ds fm NNVrik
.Sailed., iIrs Herald, Base', N Vrtk; Eric, Hellkir, Jo; Sparki
,fP r 'hllsd.I slr ,p Jnoe, do; Eliza, B,,tnn.
.h--CId, trig l'r,,nn, Baurr, Pr.mituie.
BOSTON, Mav 4.-Arr-Echrs Dhmorn h.,Noron. I'm N'.-.rk
Aurora. Huchm.ts. do. sloop Sarn-h, Alleri. Hollmes' Hole.
Clearrd bip Corvo. Chase. NOrIleana.
GLOUCE1TER, May 4.-Art. bne Fame. Youngr. I days
from Li rlpool furiNewbarypon, schooner Base. from Bus-
tsu lorPortiland.
BRISTOL, May 4--Bailed, brig Neptune, Graealve, for Ma-
taRnzas. b .f
PROVI DENC, IM&y 4-AnIT bilg New England, 17 d from
Matanzas.


DIED-
Last evening after a lingering dilncs, in the 47th year of
hit r age, Rebucci tevensams.
Her frietds-arn acquaintances art.. respectlully iny.i.l tn
attend her 'untril. thit alterntoor at i, o'clock. from 113 i-
Slhism-street..
At Staten-Tslaand this morning, Tompkins, infant sAn of
Dr. John S. Westervelt.

0 {O=Advertisements of ScHoots, HousES,. MILLINEia and
1FAcv ARTICLES; Da Goons, CAParTING, .BOKS, MUsIC, &c.
,&c. will generally be found, after the first insertion, arranged
ainder appropriate heads, on the outside of the paper.
i)r-Ifany one efouroSubscribefs can furiish a paper of the
1ith of July, and of the slt September, 1828, he will greatly
oblige us by leaving them at this Office. m7t
O DAMAGED RUSSIA GOODS.
ie HOFFMAN & SONS will sell on Saturday, at eleven
o'cdoik. in front of Messr. Peter Remsen & Cu's store. Hano.
ser .4Siqure, under the wardersi' insar--cion. Ibr account of the
aund.i,- ters. Iti pieces Bolb,n'a heads v Sal Clih. 3utI ,u.,
Plat.inorI'SPdo do. 5 bala fine Rusia Lnes. -.,7 A* '
A ANTI AI'UCTION aIE.TING
MEETING wdl be held ati Masonic Hall. THIS EVEN-
ING AT HALI" PAST SEVEN o'c ick, ta receo ithe report
ofthe Committees appointed in 11sy i8i36.and Io adort such
other measure asi my bede-med trpedreat. Screral nrur-
chants willaddress thementaug-ill slo are friendly to its
Sebjci. are vited to attend. New-York, Thuresdy %Mav 7th,
182..
A iST. THOMAS' CIIURCH.
." COMMITTEE will attend at the Church oa Fri,.,y
afternoon tath lmt.) for the purpose of rening the PEm WV.
nhirh are ncani'.. m-.
1 '4O LET-a large squBar PEW. i,-v ehiirbly iniiuate, ,a
-. nnrnity Curch. IqumeUr6t th,s i,;'e. s M.Ie
1ONEY TO LOAN.--S IS, 10 iu Il.n on ,,inc.jnmtbr.ed
real cstato in this rly, in sums of s5ou or f0uu0 dollars,
uat seven per cent. interest. Apply to
.m76t* GERARD W. W BIOS, No. 35 Cedar-street.
fVO TEACHERS.-A person comp etnet to. teach the Latin,
ik and Greek Languages thoroughly, together with Algebra
-znd the Mathematics, may obtain a pernanert situation as'
JPrincipal, in Union Hall Academy Jamaica, Loagislaeqd. For
.1farther particulars, apply at this Oice. m7 dtf
NIbEVON CATTLE.-Cows, Heifers and Calves of this
MY breed of Gattli, distinguished by its symmetry, docile
*emper and deep red colormav be had upon application to O.
WALNTINE. at Mr; King's, Jamaica, LongIsland.
S m7 dlwcptf .
SCoentrevdilo Mines, at $Io per chaldron ,f i36 bushls. Is'
akenr. from the vesel; or to those whi. r.-rir i, tHia ail
ail bo wetlghed at 1 8 509 r ton ol'0t122Ili. Appliiv.
SAMUEI. B HELVEE.
ms Corrsr of Murray and Wsshington-streias.
P EACH ORCHARD COAL-A cargoof the ral Peacb
Orchard, sol, free 'rom. slateand shell, Imndiigat tin.
I,&i of Mlurray-st. Apply in Casil st. opptMte ltha Gas
Works, or corner ofMurray & WWashmnUion Bsi.
030 SAMIUEL B REEVE
MIP RAND'S GRAND SOLAR MICROSCOPE.
J HIS wonderful instrument i now t xhiblbrbeg in, the -,.
loon of Casile Garden. It has ithe n0L eitensivP rsRgii',,aina
powc`r6 tany in America.ifnot in thn u rld. The smslle-,
ausmanlculri .pereepihble to the naked eye. are rmade per
I.'tl viibleu inill their -Iriouasforms. The pror.as of rcrs.
Inlis.li'."n is shown with the Crneatcd perlrtionI. frir sumir.nr,g
ianij'roduciion enter e ieculted ty human a'I r
Those a he I,ah to ni nea1 1` astonishing ei c ern of ihts
Invention are r ptectfully in1iltd to awaod ti(mEcleas of ite?
presentt opportunity.
Hours of exhibition from 9 A. M. to 0-P.M.
Admission to the Microscop6 25 cents for Adults, Children
W price. -m7.f

I.^ '; 1 *:


DUNLAP'S CELEBRATED PAINTING OF DEATH
ON THE PALE MORSE. will be exhibited this day,
Tth inst. in the Grand Saloon at Castle Garden. Admittance
to the garden and painting 25 cents.
t 'T-, of rhihitiarn fr ns A. M. to6P M. m7 It
SANTI-MVAbO&NIC.
AN the Press to be issued next week on Thursday, 14th of
May, the sixth number of the Anti-Masonic Review and
Monthly Magazine, (2 dollars per ann.) containing the Ho-.I
CADWALLADER D. Coin EN's views of the institution of Free-
masonry, together with a neat history of the secret order.
Price ofthe single number 25 cents, to be had at the Editor's
office, No. 108 Beekman street. Where may be also had, the
celebrated Illustrations of Freeriasonry," by Captain Wm.
MonRaA, with an account of the kidnapping of the author.-
Price 2s.
And also, t e New-iork Beacon, a weekly newspaper of
the city, devoted to the case of Anti-Masanry, of liberty and
ofour.country, price $3 per annum.
m7 Sw HENRY DANA WARD.
1 YESTERDAY IN IRELAND.
9. & J. HARPER, Printers,will deliver to the Trade, in
boards, on Thursday morning :-
YESTERDAY IN IRELAND. A Novel. By the author
of" To-day in Irelanld." In two vole. l2mo.
Contents: The Covramahon-The Northerns of 1798.
'" In minute portraiture of character; in analysis of those
slight circumstances, 'which are yet so powerful when they
act on the feelings; in occasional observations, often as neat-
ly turned as they are shrewd, our author is among the happi-
est of his brethren. We believe Mr. Crowe the author of
The, English in Italy and Fiance,' is also author of this
W brk.'"-LndomnLiterwtjY Gazeie. ro It
LAYING CAfi-R -Eagle, Henry the Eighth, Decatur,
Merry Andrew, and Highland Playing Cards, for sale,
whelesaifand retail, at the manufacturer's prices, by
m7 ELLIOT & PALMER, 20 William st.


B LANK CARDS, ofevery size & color, for sale, whole-
sale and retail, at themanufacturer's prices, by
m7 ELLIOT & PALMER, 20 William st.
I PENKNIVES. .
ODGERS PENKNIVES, warranted onuine, for sale by
S -a7 ELLIOT & PALMER, 20 William st.
r- -. PRINTS, ENGRAVINGS, MUSIC, &c.
T HE subscriber having removed his stock of Music, Litho-
graphies, and Engravings, to his establishment No. 79 Murray'
street, begs leave to inform his eastomers that he is now rea-
dy to supply their orders as usual; and in returning his thanks
for past favours, he solicits continuance of their patronage.
m7 A. IMBERT.


FOR THE GROWTH OF HAIR.
*' AMES ATKINSQN, of'London, respectfully informs
tP the pubic that he regularly receives a supply of the a-
bove article from a respectable house in Russia. It is pro-
curedftbm the animal in its native climate; it is of the finest
quality, and is potted for use without any admixture, only a
little. erfumne to keep it sweet. The.estumatioh it has long
held or the growth of hair.and the remarks of a celebrated
modern lecturer on Physiology, when treating on the nature
ofthe Hair.;that "Bears' Grease, from the animal in its na-
tive climate, nO doubt possesses very remarkable properties
for regenerating the Hair," supercedes the necessity of fur-
therremark. J. A. will only add, that independent ofmak-
ing the hair grow, it is extremely pleasant for. dressing it, ma-
king itbeautifullysoftand glossy. Price75 cents.
Caution.-The pot has a Bear printed on the top, with the
words' Atkinson's Bears' GIrease, for the Growth of Hair."
Atkinson's English Depilatory, for removing superfluous
hair on the face, neck and arms, which it is warranted to do,
(if used according to the directions) in five minutes, without
affecting the skin.
Atkinson's English Vegetable Dye, warranted to change
red or grey hair to a beautifuland permanent brown or black.
Atkinson's Ambrosia Soap, for preserving the skin, and re-
moving hardness, redness, &c. and also keeps the hands from
chapping in the most inclement wveathlier.
Atinson's Curling Fluid, for softening, improving the
growth,dand keeping the hair in curl, during exercise, or damp
:weather. .
Proaut's English Rubbers for Corns, and hard parts on the
feet axfd wairts on the hands. Rowland's Kalydor. for impro-
ving ind beautifying the complexion, and removing san burn,
tna. prsples;'freckles, redness, &c.-for saleby JOHN S.
HITRLEY, Agent, 175 (formerly. 140) Broadway, sian of the
Golden Elephant, nearly opposite the head of Maiden-lane
.wholhis constantly on hand an assortment ofelgant aarved
-nd.plain Tortoise Shell and Imitation Combs, English and
French Perfumery, Fancy Goods, &c. a
N. BH. Teeth cemented into plain Shell Combs, and carved
Combs, neatly repaired. m7


T O THE LADIES.-At STEWART'S Establishment,
262 Broadway, Ladies will find the usual extensive as-
sortment of new style handsome goods, for spring and sum-
mer walking Dresses; amongst which are some of the most
fashiosable articles that are now worn in Paris,-viz: A ndw
style Oriental Mauslin, not to be found elsewhere; very rich
Foulard Muslin, eastern patterns; Foulard Prints, of light
and dark colors; highly ustred Gros des ndes Silk; superi-
or blue-black Marcelineoi plain Palmyrenes, in new colors;
Poplin Gauze, a new article. Also, elegant white, black and
green Blonde Gauze Veils; Blonde Gauze of every color, for
milliner's embroidered Crape Shawls; do. real Thibet do.
which, with the greatest variety ofthe most superior French
worked Muslin Goods in this market, are offered for sale,
wholasail and retail, at the most reason; ble prices, m7
B" RITISH DRY GOOD$,-30 bales of4, 4 -and point Blan-
kets, 20 do 9-4 a 13-4 superior Whitney do
10 do indigo head Mackinaw do. ass'd in small trupses
7'do red Flannels, 1 do superior white Gauze do
20 cases A. Rhodes & Co's Tartan Plaids
S6 da do fine black, Circassians'
4 bales black and assorted Bombazets
15 doblack andgqlored Circassians and Bombazets
4 do yellow, blue a4d crimson embossed Moreens "
j, case black Lastings
8 do fiea and superfne black Bombasinea
4 do black and colored Italian Nett ,
s do Parisian silk and worsted Plaids
2 do Crepe deo Lains -.
10 do Calico and Gingam Umbrellas
10 do Chintz printed Shawls, 1 do. printed Cotton Hkfs.
2 do fine fancy Ptlicat do
12 do ass'd Cashmere and Silk Shawls and Scarfs
7 do Garment Dimity .
4 do black and colored Saranets, plain and twilled
3 do 9-8 Cambric Muslins
a do 9-9. 5-4 and 6.4 Nansook and Jaconet do-
8 do Tabby Velvets and Velveteens
12 do fine 2-4 and 3-4 Bangup Cords
9 do super Lhondon Valencia Vestinga
10 do printed Quiltings and Jeans
10 do brown and white Linen Drills
-1 do extra super Silk ad Linen do
12 do white, brown and mixed Cotton Hose
P0 do black and slate worsted do ,
4 do meo's amixt Lambswool Half Hose
2 bales Linen rDwlas, 6 do plain and printed Floor Cloths
6 do fine and superfine Floor Carpeting
1 do worsted and woollen Carpe .Yarn..
3 do blue and green Table Cloths
3 do red Paddings, 3 do white Ironing Clothl
7 d& Counterpanes and Marseilles Quilts ;
2 cases white Satteens .
S do fney, colored Jeans and Satteens, for exportation
S do assorted c lored Velveteens, for do
4 cases 4.4 striped adil hbecked Ginghams
4 do Linen Patent Thread I./
15 do Spool Cotton and Cotton Balls
1 do black Cotton Ferrets .
3 do men and woman's Beaver and Castor Gloves
S2 do Chintz Carpet Bindings, 2 do striped Florenatines
2 do mixed Cassinets
Also- 4 cr ei fine 3 4 Merino Cloths
3 do Italian S:ei ing Silks, 1 do Barege Hkfs.
1 do French .brown Lawns, 4 do Gauza 'and Taffeta Rib-
3' do worsted Braids, 1 do Waist Ribbon a [bons
2 do Horseskin Gloves-for sale by
m7 Im CHARLES H. RUSSELL :C. 165 Pearl-st.
ST. CROIX SUGAR & RUM.-Thp cargo of the Brig.
Carlo, comprising 147 hhds. Sugar, and 123 puncheons
Rum, of favorite brands, will commence landing To-Morrow,
at pier 23, North River, and be for sale by
DAVID ROGERS & SO'N,
i nm7 21 J-Washington-street.


.- HUDSON RIVER STEAM-BOAT LINE.
FOR ALBANY DAILY.
From New York, at 10 o'clock, A M. and 5 o'clock, P. M.
Fr-m .Alt..r, it Ioo'clock, A. M.and. 5 o'clock.P. M.




S under this Arraserent Steamboats
CONSTiTUTION, DKE TT CLINTON,
C. J. M.SHALL VICTORY .and
CONSTELLATION,'
Will leave.the wharf foot of Courtlaadt-street, (N. R,) inthe
r. following order:
The Constellation, Capt. Crutteidbn, this Afternoonat 5 o'-
clock.
The Constitution. Capt. Bartholonew, on Friday. at 10 6'-
clock, A. M.
The De Witt C liaton, Capt. Hyall,a oFriday, at a o'clock.
For PasEage, apply to the captains onboard, erthe Agent,
m7 A. N. HOFFMAN. 71 Dey-street.
NORTH RIVER STEAMBOAT LINE.
'D' NOTICE.-The North America, Capt. J. Benson, will
on and after the 12th last. leave New-York and Albany at 7
o'clock, and through by day-light. m7
NORTH RIVER STEAM-BOAT LINE FOR ALBANY.
At 5 o'clock, P.M. and 7 o'clock, A. M.



The low pressure Steamboats NORTH AMERICA, Capt. J.
Bentsonand ALBANY, Capt. J.'G. Jenkins.
The North America r'he Albany, ,
Leaves New-York, Leaves New-York
Tuesday, P. M Sunday,'
thursday& atP.M. Wednesday, at7'A.M.
Saturday, Friday. t
Leaves Albany, Leaves Albany
Monday, ) Tuesday, )
Wednesday, at 5 P.M. Thursday, & at 7A. M.
Friday. Saiurniv, t
N. B. BigBag.-se,-rt to the off ir,a the OfitrDoon or even,nag
will be taken in ch trge. m7
TROY LINE TOW BOATS.
.The Steamboat NEW LONDON,
^.---. ~capt. Fitch, with her freight beats
.TROY and BUFFALO, will leave
." S"S: -: the west side Coenties-Slip on Sa-
turday Afternoon, at. 5 o'clock.
For freight or passage, apply to
m7 HArAT. IERRICK & CO. 19 South-street.


HOQDE ISLAND STEAM PACKETS.




For NEWPORT and PROVIDENCE, Daily--Sundays ex-
cepted, from the foot of Fulton-street, East River.
AaRAAGEM ENrs Fon MAY, 1829.
The BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Capt. R. S. Bunker,
Leaves New-York, May 6, 12, 10, 21, 29, at 4 P.M.
Providence, May 8, 14, 19, 23, 27, atl2 M.
The WASHINGTON, Capt. Comstock,
Leaves New-York, May 7, 11, 15, 20, 26, 30, at 4, P. M.
Providence, May 9, 13, 18, 22, 28, at 12. M. -
The CHANCELLOR LIVINGSTON, Captain Cogfeshall,
Leaves New-York, May 8, 14, 19, 23, 27, at 4, P.. l.
Providence, May 6. 12, 16, 21, 25, 29, at 12, M.
The FULTON, Capt. Tomhinson,
Leaves New-York, May 5, 9, 11, 13,' 18, 22, 28, at 3, P. M.
Providence. May, 2. 7 11, 15, 20, 25. 30, at 12,M.
5S" Stages will be id readineos upon the arrival of the
Packets, to forward passengers to New-Bedford, Boston. &c.
without delh. Freight taken on the ostonry, conditimis;
but cannot be received after 2 o'clock on d.y's of sailing.-
For.freight or passage, apply to the Captains on board; to
RICHARD S. WILLIAMS & CO.; to BUNKER & HE-
RON, 6, Courtlandt-etrest; or at the Steamboat Office, 2at
Water-street.corner of Beekman-street. my7


HOBOKEN FERRY-Four-Boats per Hmor.
The Steamboats HOBOKEN and
PIONEER, will leave the foot of
.Barclay-street and Hoboken, every
twenty minutes, commencing at the
even hour; and the FAIRY QUEEN
will leave the foot of Canal-street every even hour, and Ho-
boken at the intermediate half hour.

FOR NEWARK DAILY,
(Passage 25 cents)
B The Steamboat NEWARK, Capt.
t --B. Tate, will leave the foot of Bar-
F er=clay-street
For Newark, For New-York,
At 10 o'clock, A.M. At 7-o'clock, A. -M.
and 4 o'clock, P. I. and I o'clock, P. M.
Horses, Carriages, and Freight, taken on reasonable terms.
Gods and Baggage at the risk of the owner.
For further information, apply at Mr. D. GODWIN'S,
corner of Barclay and West-streets, to the Hoboken Ferry-
Master, or to the Captain on board. m7
LONDON LINE OF PACKETS,
(To sail on the ilth inst.)
The packet Ship HUDSON, C. H. Champsiln,
master, tosail on the 16fth inst. is now loading at Pine-street
wharf, For freight or passage. apply to Capt. Chatoplis on
board the ship, or to JOHN GRISWOLD, Agent,
m7 69 South-street, corner Pine-street.


FOR MARSEILLES,
The Brig ORIENT, Choate, master-has iths of
her cargo engaged, and will meet with despatch.-
or freight of 100 square bales of cotton, or the bulk thereof,
apply to ARCHIBALD GRACIE, Jun.
m7'tf 7 Wall-slreet Court.
S FOR ST CROIX, (Bass End)
SThe substantial Schr GENERAL, JACKSON,
Snow, master, will sail in three or four days. For
freight or passage, apply on board, at pier S3. North River,
or to DAVID ROGERS & SON,
m7 214 Washington-street.
S ~ FOR HAVANA,
The fine fast sailing coppered Brig WASHING-
TON, John Burgess, master; having halfher.cargo
ready. vill sail on or before the 15th inst. For freight or pas-
sage. apply on board, at Rector-street wharf, or to
m7 PETER HARMONY, 63 Broadway.
-e d FREIGHT FROM MADEIRA, &c.
The brig REBECCA GROVE-;. Groves, master;
a bound for Madeira, will take a freight from -ladeira,
Cadiz, Lisbon, Oporto ar Teneriffe, and deliver the same to
any port in the United States. Apply to the Captain on board,
at Elephant wharf, or to
m7 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad-street.
-,C FOR PHILADELPHIA.
The Sloop GOOD FRIENDS, Capt. Messeck
will sail on Friday. the 8th. For freight, which will
a taken at a very reduced rate, apply to
SAMUEL B. REEVE,
m7 It Corner ofMurray and'Washington-st.


FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER,
The fine substantial brig ENTERPRIZE, Brown,
master; 160 tons, is in fine order for any voyage.-'
SFor terms, apply to
m7 0. MAURAN, 33 Burling-slip.
FOR KEY WEbT,,
A first rate vessel will take the bulk of400 bbls. if
soplication is made immediately. Apply to
'ASSOUS & BOYD. or SILAS E. BURROWS. m7
Q> UGAR-1bI hhds. Orlean, prime quality, fur sale y
SZ m7 MATTIHEWS & LEVERING, 112 Front-street.


UGAR-5 bbls. Muscovado Sugar, for sale by
m7 0. MAUR.A N, 33 Burling slip.
8.H IN.CABLE-1 Chain Cable, 1 ]-8 inch for salo by
m7 0. MAURAN, 33 Barling-slip.
P RINTING CLOTHS-lS50 bales, for sale by
Sm7 RIPLEYS & WALDO, 11 Exchange Place.


O LIVE OIL--3 pipos,landing, for sale by
m7 P. REMSEEN& CO. 109 Pearl-street.


jLANNELS-50 bales white and red, for sale by'
m7 RIPLEYS & WALDO, 11 Exchange Place.
L ONDON PARTICULAR MADEIRA WINE.in whole,
Ja4 half and quarter pipes, for sale by
m7 MATTHEWS & LEVERING, 112 Front-street.
W" THISKEiY-6 hhds. 2 tierces 'Beains, hihd. soaked
SHams, for sale by
m7 HART, HERRICK & CO. 10 South-street.
.URE SPIRITS-8 hhds. a superior artiele,just received
Sand for saile by
m7 3t HART. HERRICK & CO 19 South-street.
- LOUR150o barrelsH S. Beach's brand, fresh from the
.l' Mill, landing from Troy Towboats Coenties slip, for
sal by HART, HERRICK & CO.
m7 19 South-street.
j WEET MALAGA WIWE.-2000 r casks of the above
eZ Wine have just been received, an are offered for sale by
ARCHIBALD GRACIE, Jun.
mG lwrd 7, Wall-street Court.
W HITE BRANDY & CORKS-50 pipes"White Bran-
'V dy, 20 bales Velvet Corks, for sale by
ARCHIBALD GRACIE, Jun.
mindtf 7, Wall-street Court.


AMUSEMENTS.
'" PARK THEATRE.
M1I MRS. HACKETT'S BENEFIT.
HIS EVENING May 7th, 1829, will be performed the
Coinedy of JONATHAN IN ENGLAND. Solomon Swap
Mi. Hlacketi; Sir Larry M'Murragh, Mr. Simpson; An-
drawBang,_Barnes; Barford, Barry; Fanny. Mrs. Hilson.
A NEW PAS DE DEUX, by the Miss markers.
After which the Interlude of THE BATH ROAD. Tom,
Mr. Cowell; Ellen, Mrs. Hackett.
To collude with the farce of THE INVINCIBLES. Gen.
Verdun. Mr. Barnes; Brusque, Placide; Victoire, Mrs
Hackett.
Friday-Mr. Wallack and Miss Kelly appear.
MISS CLARA FISHER is engaged.
Tickets.-Boxs. 75 cents:; PIT, 37* cts; GALLERv 25 eas.
SPrieate Boxes are retained for the use of the public, and
my be engaged nightly on application at the Box Office.
Doora open at a i before 7, performance to commence at a
past 7.
PARK THEATRE.
L RS. HACKETT respectfully informs her friends and
the public, that her BENEFIT and last a pearance will take
place to-morrow, (THURSDAY EVENING) May 7, when
the following entertainment' will be presented, for this night
only Viz: the Comedy of JONATHAN IN ENGLAND and
JOHN BULL AT HOME, as altered from Colman's Who
Wants a Guinea? Barford, Mr. Barry; Sir Larry, Mr. Simp-
son; Andrew Bang, Mr. Barnes; Solomon Swap, (the Yan-
kee in England, his only appearance) Mr, Hackett; Fanny,
Mrs. Hilson; Mrs. Glastenbury,Mrs.Wheatley. Afterwhich,
the favoriteinterlude in one act.called the BATH ROAD; or
Married Yesterday: Capt. Ramibleton, Mr. Barry; Tom. (with
a song) Mr. Cowell, who has kindly volunteered his valuable
services;) Ellen, Mrs. Sharpe. To conclude with the popu-
lar Farce'of the Invincillee: Victoire, (the little Corporal)
Mrs.'Hackett.
Kr Tho Box Book is now open, and seats may be secured
on application at the Box Office ofthe Theatre. mO
THEA'RE.-A CARD.
R. SIMPSON most respectfully announces to his friends
and thefEublic, that his BENEFIT will take place on MON-
DAY EVENING next, May 11, when he will have the honor
of presenting a great variety of ENTERTAINMENTS, in
hichn several distnguised performers, who have politely
volunteered their servieeo will appear.
S PEALES MUSEUM,
AndGallery of the Mne rts .Broadway, opposite the Park.
dU'lHElovers of science and the curious are informed that
J. this extensive and valuable collection of Natural His-
tory and works of Art, with the splendid Gallery of Portraits
and other paintings, is daily open to- vsiters,' and brilliantly
illuminated every evening.
I In addition to the many attractions of the Museum, are the
following: at 12 o'clock, every clear day, the Grand Solar
Microscope is exhibited with its immense magnifyingpowers.
OBJECTS.-Catalogue of a few of the objects exhibited by
it-FEels in vinegar, magnified to 10 feet in length; .mites, in
cheese appear as large as hedge hogs; moscheto, magnified to
1I feet in length, exhibiting the proboscis, &c.
ransvrs sections ofvarious woods dare highly curious
exhibiting the tubes that convey the fluids and air through the
solid wood. The crystilization of various fieluids is beautiful.
A new and extensive Phantasmagoria, exhibiting accurate
'views of various PubliciBuildings, such as the Capitol of the
United States, Post and Patent offices in the city of Washing-
ton-Gateway of the INavy Yard-Department of State-
House of Representatives whilst in session-Harper's Ferry
-Views at Saratoga Springs-View ofthe Ocean through the
cabin window of a ship-an Old Maid and Bachelor-Late
Bowery Theatre on Fire-Various gretesque figures-curious
and interesting anecdotes exemplified and explained, too nui-
merous to mention-specimens of inseeta, Flowers, the Cos-
tumes of various Nations, as well Punishments, &c.
Admittance at all times 25 cents-Childrei half price.
Ticket fora Gentleman and a Lady for one year. 5.
-Ticket fora Family for one year $10. m4


T PANORAMA QF GENEVA.
U. Grand Panorama of Getneva is now open for exhibi-
tion at the New York Rotunde in Chamber street. This
splendid Painting was executed by Robert Burford, Esq. in
Londen,from drawings made by himself at Geneua in 1820,
and covers nearly 4000 square feet ofcanvass. This Picture
combines, and to the greatest advantage,, every requisite of
an interesting landscape; there being not only mountains, but
they are those of extraordinary elevation, and covered with
eternal snows; there is not merely a prospect of water, but
an expanse ofample extent and- "blue as the heavens it re-
flects;" and added to the scenery of pictures qe villages,
groves, gardens and vineyards of the most unrivalled verdure,
.is connected city associated with the most interesting recol-
lections, and celebrated rut only in the commentaries of m1-.
sar, but also in the writings of Voltaire, Rosseau, Madame de
Stel, and Brd Byron. For the fidelity of the representation,
and the superiority of its execution, the great reputation of
the artist, affords assurances that will not be disappointed by
an actual inspection ofthis splendid Painting. Hours of ex-
hibition from 9 A. M. till sunset,
*** Price of admission 25 cents-Pamphlet of description
(if desired) 12 1-2 cents. a6 tf


LITERARY EXHIBITION.
SPARK PLAtE HOUSE, UP STAn
.o HE Exhibition Room is open from 9 o'clock A. M.
o'clock P.M. Admnittance, 25 cents. '
It consists of a choice collection of Oil Paintings of th
and modern masters; of the most rare and splendid be
illustrated by some of the best artists: and the modern
gravina. executed during 1iR and l IR m.
N. B.-Subscriptions received by the year at $5, to a-ii
Gentleman and Ladies.
Strangers mavy have tickets by the week. ml
DANCING SCHOOL.
160 .9 Mot, three Doors above Broome-Sireet.
".E H. CONWAY, respectfully informs his pupils
*u the public, that in consequence of 'the liberal pal
age his public Balls meet with, he will continue them
some time yet. Dancing to commence at half past sever
clock on each Monday Evening.,
GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL,
r HE first ever attempted in America, and similar to t
S given with so nuch eclat in Europe. will take place
.'IB LO's .NEW AD SPLEADILD SALOON, BR
wAy, on Thursday,14th May,instant.
The Public is respectfully informed, that a combination
talent will be concentrated at this Festival, consisting ofn
of thIe vocal and instrumental performers of eminence in
country, aided by members ofthe several Musical Societie
this city.
The most admired compositions of Handel, Hayden,
zart. Beethoven, and Rossini, will be performed.
The first act will consist of Sacred Music-the second i
cellaneous.
Principal Focal Performers.-Madame Feron, Mada
Brichta. Miss Pearson, and Mrs. Austin,Signor Rosich, Sig
Angrisani, Mr. Gear. and Mr. Horn.
Concerto PeAJbrmsrs.- Piano Forte, Miss Sterling; H
Mr. Powell, and Mr. Norton onthe Trumpet. I
The Clihorusses will be numerous, and she band complete
every department,consisting of nearly ''GO performers.
SA splendid new Orchestra has been built for the oecas
and the whole under the direction of Mr. Horn, who has
ferred his departure for Europe expressly'to superintend
Festival.
Refreshments ofthe best kind will be furnished to the
dies and gentlemen free of expense,
Further particulars will be announced in a few days.
m2 w w


1" GRAND HARMONICON.
K' RANCIS H. SMITH (from Baltimore) respectfully
ounces that he has lately invented a .Xwe musicall Insi
meant, which lie wishes to introduce into general use; and
afford the public an opportunity of'judging its merits, inte
giving an EXHIBITION at the City Hotel, on Saturday i
nile. May 9.I "
The HARMONICON, although not new in its principles
yet different, in its consts-uction, from all those .IMusical G
ses which have heretofore been e exhibited, and compel
judges have pronounced it decidedly superior. It combi
greatpower with extraordinary sweetinss and richness of to
and is susceptible, at the same time, of the utmost variety
its combinations. So softarc its tones, that some havecal
it the EOLIAN HARP HA RMONrIo;" while others on hear
its rich and powerful chords, have been decived by sup
sing it a well-toned Organ. Though capable ofexecuting
most rapid passages, it is to soft and plaintive Music that i
best adapted; affording a rich treat to the lovers of Scot
and Iriti Melodies.
The Science qfJfMusic is, by means of the HARMONICO
brought within the compass of the meanest capacity. A f
leasonsill give any one a full conception of the Instrume
and a few weeks' practice will make a pleasing performer
A few of the instruments are now at-DUBOIS & ST
DART'S. for sale. Mr. SmTH will remain during nl tl
month, to give lessons to those who may desire them,,and e
gages that the learner shall play a dozen tuaes by note. n
tion $10.
The Entertainment will consist of a number cftho choice
Melodie's: Home; Within a mile of Edinburgh: Away W
Melancholy. anid Variations: Comin' thro' the rye; A:
lang syne, and Variations; Gin Living Worth; Ropsea
Dream, and Variations; 0 Nanny, wilt thou gang wi'e
Ndw, at moonlight's fairy hour;-Duett; Waltz; All's We
Yellow hair'd laddie.
Performanrceto commence at 8 o'clock m6 4


/ f. GRAPE VINE ROOTS.
A.L LOUB3AT, 85 Wallstreet, ha
ing imported and raised sin his la
VINEYARD on Long Island, Gra
Vine Roots, of .58 different stiecies,
feors to furnish te the amatei'rsofthatd
lightful friuit-Rrots 3 years old, at 1
cents each for 1lo0 or muore; 15 ce


1 A Z r or ,ess thaU nJe,, ann ,2 cents fo lei
"HINAWARE-Diming Sets of blue and white China; than I5 Rootsonlyteon yarsod, att
do. half stone do.; Dishes from 8 to 16 inches; 2d size rate of 9 ents ec, for 1000 or at
Plates; pint anduart Bowls, &c. for sale by Fon-treet cents e r less than 1000; arnd
m7 G. & W. F. CARY, 1oFront-street. -/ cents for less than 50 Roots-to be prid on delivery of t
/THITE BRANDY & OIL-50 barrels high 6th proof, Roots., Letters not received, unless post-paid. Catalogu
WV in 18gallon packages o be had at 85 Wall street, or of Messrs. G. Thorburn
95'baskets Salad Oil, received by the ship Marion, are of- Son, Liberty street.
fered for sale by ARCHIBALD GRACIE, Jun. Mr. A. LouAiT'S Book on the Culture of the Grape Vi
m7 itrd 7 Wall-street Court.' and on the Making of Wine, may be found at the prince
I D. SHERRY WINE in demijohns, of choice quality Booksellers of the United States; and his Agents will fun
U just received and for sale by .t hr ni.. quuiy, them (rais) to Subscribers. itfm r
I GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad-tureet. JERSEY GLASS COMPANY.
ALSO-Sparkling Champaigne in cases and baskets Bot- FACronR WARmioUsE, WIoLmEALE Am)n RETAIL,
tied Port Wine, Bordeaux Claret, &c.c. c. m7 At 43 and 45 sMaiedes-Lane.
fWO' MANUFACTURERS.-46 bales upland Cotton of rOUT0THERN anh Country Merchants, Families, Hot
a choice quality. and in fine order, received this day-pet Yapilp arl dStentbot owners, Druggists aind Chemist
schr Excel. from Savannah landing and Ir sale b y P d all person in want of an article of cut, plain., press
GRACIE & COd 0 Br oae stret or moulded Glassware, will fnd it much to their advanta
Ie STORE--80 bales Upland Cotton. mBroa-te toapply as above. ,
ISR a U n Ct. m Export orders and Glass to pattern, executed with despatc
S UGARofchoice quality, in barrels suitable for family use, SHIRLEY & TAYLOR,
received per Ship Talma, and ether late arrivals from m6 3t Agents for the Company.
New-Orleans, and will be sold ih-lots te suit purchasers, by *-APOLEON MEDALS,'in Breoze and Silver.-Just r
*m7 GAI & CO. 20 Broad-street, "- ceived and for sale, a choice collection of these invalu
IF ONDON PORTER.-900 casks Porter and Brown Stout ble medals, which are well worthy the notice ofconnoisseu
ILS Hibbert's, in casks of 6, 7 and 8 dozen each, quarts and and collectors. For sale by
pints, received -direct per ship Colossus, .and other late arri- mG BOURNE, 350 Broadway.
vals fromLondon. and will be sold in lots to suit purchasers EGUi'S OF ANTIMONY Three casks of Regul
at reduced rates, iftaken from the ships,v EG IMONY.-Three casks o egu
GRAClE & CO. 20 Broad street. w Antmony first quattobe 131 ea- st
Wie willbe constantly supplied with the same. m7 131 Pear-t


ns.
to 9


books. GRAMMAR SCHOOL OF COLUMBIA COLLEGE.: tent, the cost ofth
a en- 7'fHIS School has been removedto the large and airy rooms. them. Scholars'w
lately occupied by the Deaf and Dumb, in the rear of gotten together wil
mit a the City Hall. and will continue there until September, when- ceedingly difficult
the bHlding which the trustees of the College are erecting in in the collection w
Itf Murray street, will be completed. logues ready on TI
Terms of Tuition per Quarter. e on that and foil
Latin and Greek, with the English course, $12 50 PRIVAoT' SAL
and English course 0 00 PRIVATE SAL
tron- French (extra) 5 00 en accommodating
Sfor Inquiries respecting the School may be made ofjhe Rev. bibles 'f every das
So'- Dr. Harris, the President of the College, or of Mr. John D paper, and various
.30 Ogilby, the Master, at the School, from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M and want.
at other hours it the house lately occupied by Wil liam Shaw, BY P
Esq. cornerof Prince and MacDougaLstreets. Parents leav-
hose ing the city are informed. that four young gentlemen connect .ew-Y(
ceat ed with the School will be taken into the family ofMr. -Ogil- rIDAv
OAD- byas boarders. Thesituation is remarkably healthy, wit a BoosIBRARY-A li-
garden attached to the House. m4 l HtBo r wils l t sold
Rof m r at a Histoy 21 vols.
moat TILGUS, ..Accountan t 4- Sc ivener, No. 40 Arcade, of vols, Harvey's Gre
Sthe V f aerts his services in the collection' of debts of every goush's Shakespes
es i description, and purchasingand selling ofmerehandise. British Poets 65v cf
m7 sayists 45 vols, Dr.
Me- T NOTICE. Moore's Works. 2
W HEREAS my wife Sarah Maria, having left my bed islisTlmh -tre 14
Mis- and board, ihis is to fbrbid any person trusting her on' my ac- oePlus, hakspeN
count asI will pay no debts ofher contracting after this date. l' 'is Cpelsu
ame Castleton, Richmond Co. May 4th, 1829. e Catalogues
g;aor m5 3t* STEPHEN MERSEREAU, Jr. MISCELLANEC
arp, [IE.T NEXT TUESDAY. Invoices ef new hoc
ar, EW YORK Consolidated Lottery Class No. 5, for 1829, SA
to n To be drawn in the city of New-York, on Tuesday May 12th, NEW BOOKS-i
1829. Forty five number lottery-six drawn ballots, and Fancy Dealers-
ion, SCHEME. three eases of Schoc
;d- I Prize of $20,000 I do. $10.000
this 1 do 5,000 1 do. 1,508 FRENCH, ITAL
1 ido 1,110 5 do. 1,000 Several c-eseofnev
la. 5 do 600 s do, 400 the original package
Sdo 100 39 do. 80 lectedbya Literar
39 do 60 39 do. 50 editions. This will
39 do 40 78 do. 30 itive. Particulars h
312 do 20 4446 do. 10
Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2 50; Eights $1 25. NEW YORK TR
an- Tickets and shares for sale at CUMING'S truly lucky ofi- success o our late ee
tru- ces,t80, Broadway, cornerof Wall-street, and 122 Broadway, and the booksellers it
to oppisite.theaCity Hotel, where weie sold in the great New- anothersale, which
nds ork lottery, No. 3 part of the capital prize of $50,000, the Orents are solicited fri
.ve- whole of the third capital of $20,000, part of the $10,500, sev- general meeting a it
i eral of $2,000. and ten of $1.000, a.id in -various other Lotte- cilved on the usual
Is ries, prizes of $50,000, $30.000, 3 ef $20,000, $10,000, 05,000 exertion to render thi
i.s- &c. &c. 5 M
nents FORTUNE'S HOME FOREVER. B
nes- ,- CANFIELD'S New York State Lottery Office. 179 Store No. 151 Ful
9:in Broadway, between Courtiandt and Dey sts. where havebeen In onseque
led sold and paid prizes of $50,000, 40,00. 30,000. 25,000. 20000, received and the r
i 15,000, 10,000 5,000, 4,00, 2 500. 2,000, 1,500 100 1,000 see eaweek as
pog &c &c. amounting to more than a million ofdollars.-Every of standing J L, is
the body getting rich now-a-days by the Lotteries; i. e. those ere evening
it is who purchase their tickets aed shares at P. Canfield's offi- e "u
tcl ces--Drawing of the New-York Lottery, Class No 4, for Will be coat .
1829.-Drawn in the city of New-York, April 30th, 1829. Nos. books-; they will be
DN, drawn-32.7. 8, 4, 3, 39. which gives the following pleasing are all in handsome
few result to P.C's friends and patrons, viz,-Comb.'**7 8 32 the lersshelves bt
nt capital prizeof$1]l,000; *34 39, $4000; t478, $2000. *-Sold thebest asrtreata
in this city; sent to Albany; It sent to Washington City in a ,for sale at auctini
'his Noew York Consolidated Lottery. ClassNo. 5, for 1829.-To bookscawbe viewed
en. be drawn in the city of New York. Tuesday Msyl2th-45 sold at thisestablisb h
uit. numbercombination-6 to be drawn.-Highest prize. $20,000. will come ceat a+
Scheme.- prize of$2,00,000I of 10,000.1 of5000, 1 of 500. 1 Also-a consinim
eat of I tl, 5 of 01005 of 660, 5 1of406, 39 of 100, 39 of e, 39 of0, the manufactory i R1
ith 30of50.39 of 40,78 of 30, 312 of20, 4446 o 10. Price oftiek'
aIuld ets"o0,slares inproportion. ToLet-with orw
s Rely upon it, there is no place like (Fortune's Home.) P. story ofhouet No21.
e ? CanfieId's Office, 179 Broadway, New-York; at Jersey Ciry, thle store.
ell; 129 Chesnut at. Philadelphia, and 180 Market street Balti. 0:Y Liberal advan
";more. m5 the books are receive
t 20,000 DOLLARS! !
N'U EXT TUESDAY in front of the City Hall, will be BY
drawn the New York Consolidated Lottery, Class No. 5,18299.
av- 45 number lottery, 6 drawn ballots-umnonnting to $113,520. In consequence o
rge SCHEME- among which are Na
ap.? 1 prize of 30,t00.),,0(), 5,000,1,500,.1,110.5 of 10o00, &c. do7quarto, Gregory
of TiVkets$.10. Hal v', $5, Quarters $3,50, Eighthls $1,55, for Manufactures 12, i<
de- sale inevry variety ofnumbersy TURNBULL, lure, pits, Byer's I
1%. aw21. Broadway. corner of Fulton street, courses 2, Scott 7, (
nts The highest price paid for Broken Bank Bills, charts, prints, &c.
css Prizcs in all Yates & Mcintyre's Lotteries taken at par for does atfird gentle
the Tickets. proad of such compa
re : Orders, per mail, promptly answered if addressed to halfpast seven preciu
18 J. TRNBULL, 2j0/ Broadway, PRIVATE SALE.
the m5 7t Corner of FIulton-street. ginally cost $130, anm
u& REMOVAL. OF HOSIERY & GLOVE STORE.:
.4ORENZO DURHAM has removed his Hosiery and TO BE
ne Glovc Store to No, 177 Broadway, near Courtlandt street. l JAMES B",
p where he will keep an extensive assortment Stockings, i at-a 1 Oleo'cl
miii Gloves, Stocks and Suspenders ofthe same goodrind service- r~. eRvious
able descriptions as he formerly kept at 13 Broadiay. His .o. W het E ID
stock of Hosiery and Gloves is well assorted, and bsng im- e aWestchrester, or
ported expressly for family use, is far superior to any at. pres- above Hurl Gate,
cut in the city, in&ttf Ierties of Joshua Wa
PARaINr andconsistig of
S V PARIS PRINTED MIUSLINS lititon, to whichthere
s, L. VANDERVOORT, Park Place House, has receiv- boatsandothervessel
ed ed per the Montano from Havro, an assortment of beautifi Th'Ie buildings are e
ge Muslins, (Coromaiidcl stripes aind Oriental figures) the style- man or Farmer, and
entirely new and nw wornn Paris. Also, 1 case rich figured -arden contain a very
ch. Gros de Indes. And by the last arrivals 4 cases 5-4 Irish and a vileyasrd has b
Siectings. very heavy, and some very fine; 2 cases 6-4 Sheet- vinos of the choices
in gs, 1 casefine 3-4 Birds-eye Diaper, with a very extensive yearsafinecroeof c
assortment of 7-8 and 4-4 Linens. m5 4t Thisfarm is well w
ia: ANDLORD & TENANT-A Digest of the Laws of' dvantagcin the imm
ura New-York, between landlord and tenant, as contained &,c. along the shore o
, in the revision of Woodwarth and Van Ness, now in force, a treat distance, and
and also all subsequent acts; which altogether, comprise a good places for salt w.
complete collection of all the laws at present in operation, Apila to PALMER
us wellindexed, and made simple and plain- price 12j- cents. G. POTT, New-.Y
m7 For sale by ELLIO1'T & PALMEP?20 William at. "es. _


REMOVALS.
T5HE ASSISTANT J USTICE's COURT for the 5th, 8th.
L and 4th 'Wards, is removed to the corner of Grand and
Laurens-streets. ml
A" EO. S. GELSTON'S Jewellery and Fancy Store is re-
W- moved to No. 6 Arcade, during the alteration of his
store No. 189 Broadway. ms 1w
A E C, KELSEY & CO.'
.AVE removed to 28 Exchange street, opposite to where
they were last year. nmS 1w
T REMOVAL,
IMBERT'S Lithographic Office is removed for the present
to No. '79 Murray-street. ml
M REMOVAL,
LR. FOSTER respectfully informs his friends and-the
public that he has taken apartments at 158 Broadway where
he will continue to give LESSONS IN PENMANSHIP on
the new and improved syrlem invented by Carstairs of London,
He will be prepared torreceive new pupils the first of June
next. rayi 4w
REMOVAL.
T HE Subaribers have removed from 55 Maiden Lane to
the store No. 128 Pearl street, (formerly occupied by Messrs.
Lord & Lees,) and in future will transact their business un-
derthe firm of COCHRAN, ADDOMS & CO.
ALEXANDER G. COCHRAN.
CHAS. ADDOMS,
m2 1w FRANCIS S. COCHRAN.
REMOVAL.
EJe GEDNEY, DENTIST, has removed to No. 13 Murray-
street, near the City Hall, where he respectfully tenders his
professional service and skill to those who may wish toavail
themselves of his services; his practice will embrace all ne-
cessary operations relative to theaimprovement and preserva-
tion of the teeth. He recommends to notice his new vitres-
pent artificial Teeth; they are an excellent imitation-war-
. ranted sweet, pleasant. and never to tarnish or de ay. De-
iciencies of palate and fissures in the roof of the mouth; sup-
plied articially so as to restore speech and powers of swal-
lowing. An assortment of Artificial Eyes kept on hand, and.
set without detention. a30


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Books in quantity
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Travels; 50 Catholt
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n- I'sahns; 1( Britishi
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5 Rooks; 500 Juvaill
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IMPORTANT
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tleman of.theebar.
neared at auction


WANTS.
A SERVANTS WANTED.
COOK and Waiter is wanted in a small family consi
ing of lree persons. None need apply but those of reaps
tabie' and good recommendations. Apply at No 20 Cli
street. "26
SFRENCH LADY, accustomed to instruct, will give l
sons in her native language to ladies at their own re
dence. Terms-per quarter, $20; at her own house. $10.
Apply at 32 Fourth street, or 663 Broadway. a27 tijunl
A SITUATION WANTED, by a young man about
yearsoldwhohasbeen employedin this citv for thela
years. He can produce the moat satisfactory recommend
tions from his former employer. A note addressed to D.,
and left at this office. willreceive immediate attention. m28
A YOUNG LADY, qualified to teach the ordinary bra
ches of Education, and particularly competent to gi
lessons on the Piano Forte, wishes to obtain a situation
other as an Assistant in a female school, or to take charge
the children in a genteel family. Application to be made b
letter andrleft at this office. directed to A. B. a8
W 7ANTED, a permanent situation, by a Young Man
17, who writes a good hand, is quick at figures, a
can give the first of recommendations from his former ei
players and others. Direct to E. P.C. at this office. nt
B OARD WANTED-A-Gentleman and his Wife wish
engage Board in a respectable private family. Th
will furnish their own rooms. A note addressed toA. D. sa
ting particulars, and left at this Office, will meet with atte
tion. a7
BO OARD.-A small Family, or two or three SingleGeantl
men, cam be accommodated with Bqrd and pleasa
Rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Forfur i"particulars, i
quire at 77 Grand street, near Green st. i1
SRACE CHURCH.-Agentleman and his wife wish t
obtain sei.ts for themselves in one of the slips on th
lower floor of Grace Church. Persons having two seats
rent will please address C., box 107 Post Office. a27
/ONEY TO LOAN, onReal Estatein thiseity. App
MlY, at the Office of the United States FirelInsurance Cor
pany, No. 288 Pearl street. m4 1w
E AUCTION COMMISSION.
T-HE advertiser having received the appointment of Au
tioneer for the city and county of New York, wishes to co
nest himself with some person of capital who may wish
commence the auction business, or would be willing to mal
arrangements with a person now in the business who may n
have received an appointment. A line addressed to S. A. L
and left at this office will be immediately attended to. mi

OLIVER, Hair-cutter,
j22 tf IEYNo. 59 Nassau street. Uv-stairs.U.r
SEN MARTIN, GILBERT & GODQUIN'S
GENTLEMEN'S H.-IR CUTTIn G .AJYD DRES
IJVG 0OJO1. No. -64 BnoAnwAy. up AIrAnS. al 2w


AUCTION SALES.
BY JOHN HONE & SONS. ,
Store, corner of Wall & Pearl streets.
TO-MORROW.
PACKAGE SALE-3j o'clock, at their auction room -200
packages British DRY GOODS, Irish Linens, &c. received by
the late arrivals. .
Also, under inspection of the wardensof the port, for account
of the underwriters, 2 cases Italian gauze dresses, damaged on
the voyage ofimponrtatlon.
SATURDAY.- FRENCI' WINES.
11 o,clock, at their auction room, 500 dozen Latour; 250 do
St. Etaph; 25 do Medoe; 53 do Sauterne; 55 do Barsac-branded
Eade & Co. of the vintages of 1824,1825 and 1826. 'These.Wines
are of superior quality, in fine order for Immediate use, and
are recommended as being worthy the attention of dealers
and private families. The samples will be placedia the auc-
tion room on Saturday morning.
Also, 50 cases genuine, Haut Brion, claret.
Also, 18 casks superior Scutch ale, which will be sold precise.
ly at 11 o'clock.
.TUESDAY.
BENGAL INDIGO.--l o'clock, In front of their auction
room, 40 cases Bengal Indigo, entitled to debenture.
,PRIVATE SALE.-10 cases of Tortoise Shell.
BY HICKS. LAWRENCE & CO.
Store. 190 Pearl street.
SATURDAY.
At 8i o'clock, at thoir auction room, an' extensive assort-
ment of British and American Dry Goods.
PRIVATE SALE.-100 packages brown Sheetings and
Shirtings,
100 do, bleached do. do.
50 do, brown jeans and drills
30 do. bed ticks,
10 do. red and white flannels.
10 do. sattinets.
BY WOOLSEY, WARD & BEACH.
Store t71 Pearlstreet.
SATURDAY.
CARPETING-12 o'clock, at their auction room, at i months
credit, 10 bales flu & superfine arpeting ofalperior colours and
patterns. Also Brueseis and Wilton Rugs. -
BY SHOTWELL, FOX & CO.
Store. No. 172 Pearl street.
TO-MORROW
S o'clock, at their auction rom, a large and valuable assort.
ment of fresh imported DRY GOODS.
BY JOHN T. BOYD.
Auction Room. No. 137 Broadway.
TO-MORROW.
At 10'o'clock at his action room 137 Broadway, a very
large and general assortment of household and kitchen fur-
niture, consisting ofsideboards, sofhs, bureaus, do with glas-
ses, pillar and claw feet dining, tea and card tables, mantle
and pier looking glasses, a large quantity of ingrain, brussels
and venitian carpeting, andirons,shovels and tongs, fenders,
mahogany, curled maple amid fancy chairs, bedsteads, beds,
mattresses, bedding, knives and bforks; window blinds--also
glass and china ware, such as decanters, tumblers and wines,
centre and celery bowls, sweetmeat dishes, &c with quan
tity of kitchen furniture, with which the sale will commence.
At 12 o'clock, a quantity ofGrhpe-Vine Roots.
WEDNESDAY. ,
Horses, Carriages and Gigs.-At 19 o'clock, at the stable
in Washington at. between Jay and Harrison st. will be sold
a number ofhorses, carriages, gigs, harness and saddles, all in
complete order. Also, the stable and loft to let.
PRIVATE SALE-I cabinet pianoforte, price $25; 2 setta.
Superb moreen window curtains. Also, 1 share in the City'
Library,
TO LE'lT'he followingthree story brick Houses, in per
feet order, handsomely fished with marble mantel pieces
folding doors, grates, bells, &c. will be rented low to good
tenants, Yvi:-Nos, 59 and6l Grand street ; No. 491 Broome
street;. No. 38 Fourth street opposite Washington. square
with court yardlin front; No, 53 Sixth street. Also-the
house No. 3 frora the, corner of McDougall street. in Sixth
street, near tleoWashingtoi square. For terms apply at the
auction rbon.


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BY JOHN DOYLE.
LmES RooM. 151 Broadway,.in the rear.
)-MORROW EVENING.
y to the Tina< & Dtua.i i,' ,i f, ie.,--t,
W walker's Di,:i,N..-I., t luP..rr's, ...i,, 11
lion; lO o:r.'. lI..i ,,.:,,..r, ".,,.'t, i i. r, '
ic Prayer L.. h ., Gr.r.i.i ,...,,, Nsi,,-,i II,.
Surgery; 10 Dorsey's do; 4 Spanish Dicliona-
5 Scott's Woiks; 50 English Reader; 100 W.
Prose Writers; 25 Jcffersorn's Notes; 10u No.
kspeare; 7 Siewart's Phflosolh-y; 10 tCoper's
S Study; 10 Bostock's Physiology; 6 Dewee's
'ant Extracts; 20 Eutic's Dictionary; Hution's
evhus, a large quantity of Classical & School
10,000 choice Quills; Thermometers: Blank
e Books. assorted; various articles oi'Station
Ig useful to bodksellels. Terms cash Sale
sely at six o'clock.
TUESDAY EVENING.
SALE OF LAW BOOKS.-On the above
o'clock, P.M. precisely, will commence
eedinglyvaluable' private library of a gen-
It is the best Law Library that has ap-
fir many years whether viewed as to its ex-
eboohks, or the gieat scarcitvof many of
will find in this collection which has been
th great pains, many wore-s V. h;cl, -.,. f-.
to procure oevwvn il urope Ever, -. oi
ill be sold without the least rescive. Cana.
thursday. when the Library may be examin-
owing days from II too each day
LE.-To Booksellesand Country Dealers
terms and very low for cash, school book
ucription, psalm books, blank books quills
other articles whi .r booksellers constantly

W. JOHNSTONE, &CO.
irk Long ERoomn. 169 Broadway.
1 -T11 EVEKiING.
library of valuable London and American
Among thecollectionare '.. ,',, -
cf- BRrnret's History ofiiso,,n 1 4
fat Britain 4v cf Reeve's Bible ftv calf. As-
rewith an index 3vcf, Mason's Works. 4v, .
f withi superb eniiravinz, Thie Br'tisii Es-
Adam Clark's Bibl 6 vol quarto, Hflannh
Vol ct, Ramnsay's Universal ilistor, 1. onl
4 vol, Stunn's Reflections, Rollin, blir,
are, &c. coisplete sctte ol' the ..ly
ovele, and alnil the new works recently pub-
s at the auction room.
FRIDAY EVENING.
AUS & SCHOOL BOOKS-Several large
oks it, quantities to suit country dealers
A 1TUBDAY EVENING. 1
Choice new-works suitable for Libraries
-also-a lot of excellntt Blank Booeks, &
1l Books.
'UESDAY EVENING,
JAN, & SPANISH LITERATURE.-
w works jest imported will beopeped from
oa M Tuesday morning. They were se-
Gentleman itn Paris, and arethe very best
I be a rare treat bfor the Literati, Salfepos-
ereafter.
ADE SALE, May filh.-From the great
ale, nld fortu the soliciariors of our friends
Sithis city, we have been induced to get utp
will take place on the hlih if lMay. Consian-
aomn all parts of rlthe lniot]air d'it is hoped a
tc Trafte will.take place. Goods wil he re-
ternims, anil the sub-cribers will uso every
sale satisfactory. -
P. W. JOHNSTONE1 & CO.
BY J. LANGDON.-
iton strecttlirec doorseast ofBotdway
nice of the great supply of new books rist
geinoices that will be received in Ihe
ida the solicitations of'several booksellers
induced to make public sales of books ov-
THIS EVENING '
d the sale of several large invoices of new
sold in small lots to suit dealers; they
binding, and have never been on booksel-'
sh from thle binder; and arc allowed to be
d most saleable lot of books ever offered
thide city Fur particulars see catalosuer,.
early on the morning of sale, art 'i-e'
I until 6 o'clock, P. M All new. -. 3uA 1
nment are warranted perfect. Th. i,
I past 7 o'clock, every evening. '
ent of Blank Books, just received fromt
Rhode Ieland,
withoutt board, a pleasant room ina the 2ni.
5Fulton street. Enquire as above, oTraq
ces made on assorted invoices as soon as
ed.
JAMES GOiRLAY.
THIS EVENING.
rf an excess of Books, 'from Families
cholson's Encyclopedia 12, Porthensis
's do 3, Lound's Repertory of Arts and
ourcroy's Chemistry 12. Animated Na-
'r. and Ennlish DictioMry. Foy's Dis-
Chesterfield 3, with a great variety mnap,
The whole to be sold, and as our cily
e,. ready anl dealers we are always
ny, they are invited, please to attend at
sely the sale will commence.
1 paither 2 inch Gilobes, London, or-
1 will be sold cheap if directly called for.
SSOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, by
LEECKERon Tuesday, 12th May next
k at the Merchlants' Exchange, unless
d'0aEsedof at r,06 te s1nk, a 0.r-.l1, I
E & FARN. stunted alt.%hron "r ,
Long-Island Sould, about two minia
0 miles front N. York, between. th pro-
'rabout 100 a res-of land, in fine eon-
is ev covennce oaccesa by steam
lea and by dauystages,
ex aive and convenient forthegentie-
are alin good order. Tise orcharLs and
7greit varietyoftihi best sorts offruit
len planted with several hundred grape
t kinds, which have produced for two
excellent fruit.
wvatored, and osessese an incalculable
sense supply of manure from sea weed,
"f the sound, by which it is bounded for
where there are many convenient andl
aiter bathing and fishing.
R & HAMILTON, or J. J. GRAHAM
ork, or to J. I LEMING on thi pre
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,*I f- -DR. CflAMBERS'S REMEDY FOR INTEMPERANCE. UNITED STATES' AGENCY.
NOTICE. -a JROM Zio i's Herald, published atBostoy"-'No remedy SCHOOLS THE ALLIANCE BRIT1SH AND, FOREIGN LIFE AND
.l tat has ctOme to our knowledge, has been so effectual in FIRE ASSURANCE C OMPNY,
r BANK OF NEW-YORK. t. .ayingthu.pirgress bfdestructionmin those under the domin- ACD, AiEMY- Lone,-vEstablished by Act olfParliament, 18i4.
SE S k are stedteetatstron drink, as that of the late Dr.Chambers, of New- .L. SVET, ha te o or te inform the blic oitalFnwiltie erl Prlitaebout Ten t-e
Stockholders are requested to meet at theBinkonly r -k. ... 1F S ETF has the uo::ourto reform the Puolc- Jli -Is .[)al ," "
tore fory the ensuing pear.y oae i.,drteen Direc- .From the Christian Advocate and Journalnpublishdd in the that he opened on the.22d of September as, aSchoo at No. 9 BOAID OF DIRECTION-.
The poll will be opened at 1 Q'c'ek and be dose Cty f ie-I o'k ;-"Wc are aware that many extedints 20 Curtlandt street, in whe nc following branches are J : nmisF
o'clock. : ave been resorted to by medical hen to destroy theappetite taught :- i FEn JdhnIrving, FrancisBaring, N. M.Rothschild,
Bo rder Diret orarOs r ardent spirits. Bat until very recently all their skill has *- I hyX' FE SAahueGurne- MosesMontefloic.
a3 l2By order oftCORhe B Directorsprovl unavailingc for although it is easy to prepare a medi-' ,. T LIAN bcd IS R s:
3Otrn .... CON'S..Ev.r Cahe. ci .ie that will produce a te.rnpor-y disrelish for thn intoxica- IfATl, th ,ja nd'' Jaes Alende ChatriesGrencwnood
OFFICE OF THE TRADERS' INSURANCE CO. ting poison yet, alas! it has generally proved to he only tem- S MHunAT'S, and DR6wiI.. -. H Barnet tJames gate. 4.
A In the City ofNew-York, April 20, 1829. p.-ary,.andithe unhappy inebriates have soon returned with The-tudi ikake Place every day, (Sun iaysexcepaed) from.CarlesBvan Wilit oward
,HEAE Aual Election for DireeDtorsof this Company will in eased avidity to their former habits and yielded them- g"Iocloskin the morning, until s wP.LMI.andarecoiin-ued from iohnBowden JoWilneay ow-_
beheld av their office, 44 Wall treet o Monday, the th of ees willing victims to its destructive influence: Themed- 4 o'clock until mn the afternoon, The price for thope receive. AhibaldCmpbel Wnilliam Kay, '
Mwly e en The noll will be open from t o'clock M. to 2 icic prepared by the lateDr. Chambers, however, appears instructions in the above mentioned branches, is $7 per liamCraewfrd OswaldSmith
o'coc, P. M. Border of tie Board. to be a happy exception. A trial of twelvemonths has.pro- month, or $0 erI quarter, payablein adv-.nce. A few boar'- W, A. Curtis HaMrTOs Tormito
S I WM.R BOLLES, Secretarv. died abundant evidence that this medicie, win prery ders, who will aehe privilcge of attending at all the clas- FrTimaeiy Curetw Td hoWilson
TRADERS INSURANCE COMPANY insured, does naturally remove alldesire for ardent spir- ses and who wi .e provided wth every. thing e ept dr-ess, Francis t reawell Thine" f
IntheCityofNewY k Api it sand restores the most inveterate and diseased drunkardeto will betakent aant5 prmont, or 70e r quarter, am paya T mayofthemios opuleniCi
.IHE President a-,d Directors hae thisday declared a Div- a state ofsobriety, health and comparative happiness, and ble in advance. m2t 7 tt udIAe tofsisin Europe, have appointed
uendofhreeianahalfpercetrat.enthdeeapialtockof-te this evidence in'scumulatipg daily.' -"w ACADEMY FUR YOUNG LADIES. UItheundestigned Agents for the -
Company,fortehecarrenthalfyear,nding30th inst. payable d Fromthe Courtlandt (Alabama Heisad:-"'e have wit- e M RS. LAMBERT will be ready to receive pupils at her United Staters, or the purpose o
on Monday, th May next. The Tnsfr Book will be thesalutary efct this medicine" really resdence54 Broadway, on Mond.ay. 28th April, for instruc. making InsurancesagamstLOSS
d from te set to 5th May, inclusive. By order of the think t poessees armp itowr to cure drunkenness in nnety tion in the following branCesofuseflandpoliteeducation : OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
BoardoV Directors. WiM. B. BOLLES. Secretary. iine cases ont of a hundred, ifthey witlonly follow the dl- Fi ,- :...i,,';ngOrthography, Grammar, Writing, Arith- Parties effecting Insurances
a28 rect ons, -without which noneshould expect a cure from any :., ..... ,,-h,, Astronomy, History, Belles Lettres, &c. with this Company may repose
F Ei. nna R U ine ...... ... .. -oill be ori ,ed in the rudiments f English fn eies r t nI confidence notonlymi
lianyawill be held nttjieir Olfice, No. 1900 Water-street, in the without which none are genuinee. Andb orsale athismed- regularly ad.inced from clas t- class, as their r e tir acity and. t E



Cityn of Ne -York, ont "t eday tho second day of Junenexth uirialsto,..cornerof'Broadt. ysadhambr- S It. ddor frona ill warrant, unti they reach tie fll course of tHtioiii IE liewitha. dres-
between the hours O ."1ando'lockORrthatday.ho.WashingtonolallN. Y, price $5.allthis departament.- eII tre ofwho
ByTorderf H. stheeBoarero. piei.s .. ,,, ". -- E iEi. N" rbTEO.w T ene, ItaliFe an td Sp a.nish Lanlguage-i. t .ectab iyofoise rP--sents
.ER.TSMITH, SE ecrtary pro tem. le m.e -.rch e I -,,. ,,are required own roowards oft, Million of DolarsoftieCa-
1, aI YPHILITI**RIroVENTATIVE, atthe Medical Reposi- pital Stock. The undersigned will alsoadcust and pay all
New-York, May 1, 38es9. mje2 Q 40 [I,. -.,- b meI h-t.Iato rha* ain;. .rtbe afwrdel lot oth betru hPro ituii e n t '
CaITY BANK.-The President anrd Directors .have this i I stages of the Disease, withEustthe aid of Mercrv. i employed to insure a thorough aclisinion otf the studies of dt' d.Iyo f.y
ay declared a dividend of Three perrCent. forthe. current A provcintati r I ,,..... ..h., j..- ,e o s;. flt aparo each department. wptit mfecrr ..C StateofNew-JersV I t
alf year. payableon the first ofIaynextTsubjSct.td a de- a cein Europe, .ni... ,, :., ..E1 I, fled ma md, *hoi Y Lie whou.,e I, I-fn ecenl-E- 1 .-.r .C.. TE I.l"- T E )ANIEL R I NURAN get
action often per cent to meet the Sate tax. ii, ,,.1 .-,J ,..- i -,i-. H r rc (. afer-o i, ... .1 ..I .- Iur. -e lr l' Y e NoR 'l tr eet. ,



ant W H. tI aON & 2O. I .verpool was dissolved on the .8 Boiw, a ... r Rt, Rev. Bisho Hobart, Do t. David Hosack, John R. Willis Thomas H. Lex g
Byder G.A. WOTH. ChWM. GIBON, .1, .1 ,. ., -,I thPRE abe of which fromchoice,t. Upold. sa arence, Esq. William W. Mott Samuel Nihbe
DIVIDEND. MILN. .. .. 1 alwtinuesas usuand long Rev. Dca' Ber rien, He .....Rogers, Es. city o bert. Corner David Br ataveyseaon
THE ETNA FIRE INSURANCE COMPA7; ,. N. .. i** ti,,, the historian'e pro- ned to place their .. I. r. I ..... i. i. placBenjami n Clark Johneage eifrok eig
NaYork, t Wall-street- have declar adiv .i .nl t .. ii. .- w oslarrtie ,r vewhenthedisease from the at all times under I... .M .1........ .st' .. i .,.oH II, pte a m Inutes. i an ee be a ema in








ads whh they several reside are subject by Law .. t. to a acular brch of edcne J hshe Clacs uon the lan usued Eton .. Henry Lawrenc acob T. Doty
I able to th e Snoce,,t th pen a To or l al ; anm t hv e cis OH ......... .h, h en age s of tt ent e r a r ati o m th eat relate sto tnti on terao ise pa nd tb co:nd. t ty, a is p pll s to "t-A g through theP o tO i c ,l I.b eW N Pt
O after the 15th instant. phe transfe book, will be closed e- very great1 the sstedslav II: .......














B y t. dc .. {r- The business st thC ys hrde
r m y ". .. ... verymany 1~ ,~. ,.i.r o ioYotngLaHE R ies who ED BARRYsCe under erassiaand hemticl UNITED TATES'FIRE INSUfavorblNCE as th COM-seof the













mo b FJ rt s :- yeesande r'ns ,- sp edil ret-r "caden ithsOr ",er i np rtricorn u rt s, enr' othererperesofihcscitu lll
4 J i ,a i, n edprefer venDr. ornfidl demonstrates o the day, or during the hours ofstudy.... ..... NY-Office, Na.28 Pearl street.
.,h ,s,. \,:,J, y.e, tr ,, -, 1 t i ehty whc Ih ever dist Bedes the i NSTR UMENTS.. ap. ,. Fo s and other particular, ,iia. APITALon to be made tonECTORS-ebthat







Nd.'hrund er th. res.e.cti .f o :f -.'. .. n., t of EyeI instruments, madveryju stly sob- t r cLpa isas -. i ....I: r- : theywilltak FIRERISKSthroughoutt U ononasfa-
Sl .. .l.rn >E..5. : ILN .tCO ofNw-Yk London forsa -". Applyasabove, about to be married W Mrs. L.hasi the .... ref ..erences to the -rabWilliams asM'lnyre John Woodin theity .
and WM. Gi.,SON it CO. of :i erp.ool wa dissolved on h 81 Bidlav. v, u CO.t No. Rt, Rev. Bisho, -,Hobart, toct. David Hosack, John R. Will Thomas H. Legga
Ith April, y mutual conse.i -t r .... Ai. 2ot' A8 .. r, iS,,Orh ,.. Rev. Dr. Wain' right, Archibald Gra,.e Esq. Silas Hicksn n Walter R. Wamds
iG ... 1, 1. IBSON, SAL, S POPUI: t ,,SUPREMaLJ:E. Roev Doct. Upfld., Isaac Lawrence, Esq. WiltliameW.Mott Samutel tiehol n








S ,i..~ <\.1..[.JLaN [ ,,T .I _,. i .-.. t,. tinu sas usual,'t r. Rev. .. .. r. a t or J h aBerrie ,.
Strong orSpiritous Liquors, :. ,r..r..i, .. ot N w-York. -Al .. --., Hore, lfter being vegal y bred tot r it'e ,-.: _S. &r, T- .; ,-- ... e.. with Jamesr B ear d ,eJohn rge.ob ri

















-W t ,N h:1s --.- :,..:, _,,1., r, ,-,,, r Wg.., .1 ,, ,., re ,,,, ,' h,.,. ,,,,,' ,., ,,,,,,, -, i. i. ,nh JohnJacob A stor John G lover.
persons who shall sell ordain strong or Spirituous Liqu io .a.rs, .r.... ,. or afnarynaess .in, hsgilyb thon 7 tf e-HonGras omas oPete r.rar










T e o dr of rt o n e, lhave theremedysentim diaely to order Islanden ab out two Jnules from the ferry, nd of q ds- Ew C ones Benjamin L ..
l ss by doght the private Attndane given until o in thas beevnin a practical nber tancefrom Merereau's Ferryon the North Sho.re, a very H R dticular
(exceImporters or Distiller, tatelling any iqrs 8 DrHorne'ralresectabilityskiln nterityoferasequesteredpleasant, extre healthfulsitaton,(at 5 un eretar
iord tilled dby it h oatities m a bvLe Louarsen anim p cases, a sure guarantee. ofPhysieye, for the attention toan emrachisppils, who will be overly grounded and sh











haingrs obtained a License for such ptemburpose from the 18,6: levletteraiust 20 in thde city of New orink. a5 the branhes of a classical, thematical, and onmercial NEW-YORK-OfficNo.2Franklinsquare
Mayor, and the respective Aldermen and withorm of broeducation afnd prepared fsor ena ce at ny of ougr Colleges. tepenVaoiniWycng Robert Fraite,n Bank










ig roceBaat Bataavia, Lie foprst.st8s: a c R. GLOVER may be TermswthottheLangs$2per quarter: withhe ONTINUEStnsureagainstLOSSOtDAMAEcY
hi us seure several reside,are subjectbyia and consulted delicate Laguges$30. Further Carticulars maybe known p- RE the llowin sec of Proerty, vz: Buding in
aof2 Dollars; and in the case which, engages his profoundtn.ttention, thegreatestaetion is therefore paid to qiantity, his pupils JOHN. : BWNE Presdet,
of Rtaiers, to theadditional asnim dgent Room aindictnt) of diseases at his erienc is very grat-hikDis plicat scto ssrsess astonishing... are.....aughtowritelatin prose ith accuracanad mt parts of the te States, HouseholdFuniture and
r;- ..J ni, ,f;i .s -,i,- I-. ,- -I L, L .. s.till '. "ll Publiclycau ont ieiinfouateagaiisttiie .b.,re..l-.-. rcu. us tr edtsuct ed to sirio esie Sense aerses. d31 : hehu e ot s omp As iRiWi C tCK,,decretary.
S **. ':,' 1 'r. ,,,,. i ( '' y No. 15 Chatham-sttn Thou ..., .-ed-. str.eet..ortouro (_.'nRt .J..r. .d r ".D. B.ARRY ..sCsCn ...d Re- {ta Th e business oMerc th is Company is limited to Insuranced
Sr,.. O' ,.,u Iorgan, at Cananda 'u i ,.i lock, ery any .,,.,.i. York. StIin ersare of all sed HE REV. E. D. BARRY'Sdon .. D Rev Peter J Van Losse and their tllb e promptlyadjustedandpa of the
I ..' .. .;t,., carriage nd earn' ,. d y ,.. i1, that Dr, hG speedirestor- eP tDI D 0ev Do'id Mor octor Josep aale Geer nrTOn























r.:. -i"'JI *,.. arid patting t--hi secretly awayI I--,isly educated as a Surgeon a d Grflin, and John Fiemin-, Esqs. Noah Jarvis, Harris Scovell,
.._ 'h, ..... i .. : ysician that he coffins GEORGE BROWNCPrincipalh rHaCy Aster Thohuas.aring-
.*1 1..'..- LiI -,--,, ,.,,r,:,,. .,, i ,, r. r, h, his patients tohealtn and a sound constitution. The de- Chambers land March01 .. r... ...: m4 R GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY.
S .I. i,.,ji r I, ... i:, t... cadence that his constant sefy monstrateshecon- wllsuitedd unremitted atten all tile vi'.- '_ .. r. n ... r George Youe TomVallstree
..... .. -... .. .....toth s o dseses1 Gleets UersSwhichtrevturer disti Besides the nstru JoseAPITAL, oemlio ofdollars-infam Couchepblicthat
,"li il-.. t i, I I, r,, r ,, .: i..I. Ii I I'. Bichan,very justly ob- the Principal is ass rI, i te.i ,.,e.o o:a .d i -1,, r- ii u they will tak FIRE RISKS throughout th Uhio on as fa-s,
, ..It j r l.J. ,r,,-i. it,,! 1 ., 1;, 1:11-. .j r.-I nhl I, ..: I I.- ...... I .. ...s-about to be married W riti,. .andindther -. ..i.. I ,1 .... L ,- ** ',. ': r Dyorable terms ai oany similar institution in the city ',
i*. .'J... '," I," J ,F ;.- l r F d l l,,r.-,IL.1 1 i r r 'l A -:. .,.rl. ... .._I 1..- 1.- i.,.ta tproi s or o lg-- 1l.. LIt. .,, ,'- : ..." -1 ? I DIR CT OK1- B nn
l. .J. I I [. r v'r a N-,r.J ] .. 1 i .sa, I r. .to. b a ri.ed _g u,-.. a .di nsu te. in all those o state an pro- tes a [ i i i- I .. L r te'ry Rankin r r obetitu LeRoy h, I ..
II .:o .... ,.' -,l,.r.,. mr ) -:r, ..; :, ,,-. i \l,. I| t ,c ,c ... I -r. r ,.t rac d asr .. hae.'bafl, the-kilto edi.al. en, ii o c a.i.; ..... a- ,.c.h i ..l 'yk.r.l. ,o bI,,-,t ,e o ,, mu ..... ., JohnSkdll. John H n
S .1.. l,,Ii.r ,, i r r ...... ave de. te ess ttenti t s branch f medicine and I m l '", h "e ti t .en a i..a ... r a a C.... r Sl e NOADunc ARVISPremb e ntl
... .i i .pa ,,t` io ces are epare, an r i e strictest secrecy ons ueny they ch, i .er..ly recommend it to the patronage MERCHANTS' FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,Sands
I .i C .1........ :.i1.,, Ti,,, .. .. ,I. .... -.. -. .... .e, s. .... ave medi ie .. sent to .r er. The tite of t it. w ,,,s A Theoretical ando.ph practical GNCORPORAT wi haCapitalof Hal a M million o Dol
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l i'r t I..t, C, L ,,, -, 2 ,., ,,., r ", .. ,I ,, r iepost uaid mi 3tawc aw Teacher; containing then n w pronunci:-tion andI Or graphy MAGE BYwFIRE, it welling tHouseuarehousesJ uidings
NI.rvo.s Debility, and Affctionsof the Skin together i .. -i, i ..... Ii.it enables Fo. e ig ers, w ..th the assist- n gnral erhandize, Ships in Port and their Cargoes,
te e 1 effectss of mercury, antim ony, arsenicI anI other me .O .. .. :... .. '. i .. .... pronunciation onI y, bI .. to speak and Household Furnitu'e, Wearing Apparel, and every doc rip.
al i "' l. .-,.G .1 1L h V| -" -I.... S I .HE.l-1. write e .. ordinary caes.itLsI and with greater ease and tion of Pe. rsonalProprty. C













By new discovered principle in medicine, these dreadful established to pre ieniI Quake- propriety than heretoforeir-; designed for tem and use of Applications made from any par di Jof the United Statesa-
seass are readily checked, nd the vicid odand juices ry, ( ,, .... Academies aI Schools, so s o promote the practical knowl- ompaniedby particulardescrption oftc ldinsccupa
ae Ianged Sro ,"loustumor ', and the : ,ancrous ulcera- .., i. .-. '- ,,,I.i. -e'rth tseful.addesirablelanuage, in-I whichits pr- tion, how situated, &.,willbe promptlyattende o. The



aton af flesh and bone are soon rendered har less by a mild et-v hR. -. y' :, I.I.-,ar ,I.. cples are displayed and taught by tfi e Author, in a natural, rates6fpremium andconditionsofnsurancIeareu iform w ith
and..afe alternative whichwill give vigor to constitutions of ung a certain Dsease perspicuous, and impreressive mann he aoih differs greatly thetherFir nsuranceCompaniesinth iscity.
ebltatedbyslow andconsuming at Batavia, th chare.freque.t- '. .I l. verslly acknowledged from all other works and systems thata hitherto been pub In ECTOns ---
iy atte.ndedwithstbboi r and long c o ntinued costiveness 1 .s ae. scity; also-- c ulte 'ets. aStdictures, listed," Jonathae ILLawrence PeterA. Jayund
ofs the bowels, and the various forms of chronic maladies ... ld lcers, and all is enses art- A subscription-book is kept at the book store '.of.r. W..B. Ja s Lovett it David M. OPrallA









Themindandjudgzment gradually strengthens withthe ss- t'...,- r-.-inprit.ethlood. GilleyNo.94 Broadway, and another at the Author's res- FrerikDePystor MichaelBurnham













t he, asth disease s subsiding, and the dre .dful foolings bo- ,. ,.. s1, ,,,:,,',- ,or, ,,,h -, ex- deuce No. 41Catharine street, where subscribers are request Samuel-Betts O.eromusa Johnsonq
- longinghypohoudra an rvousweaknesstherestles- pious 15 atam-stop- Cedtocall. Theterms are only three dilars for each copy, th enry KnoeeMerchland Jamerios trongds, Vesels
ness nd,.,,nxiety of the insan gradually ceablse witret rn- t ye strength-charges are reaso- to be paid on despivry of the work.-1 vol. n well prin- argo while in podgood John Fackleterms-ad al
ig healt..It aybe sMorganat Canandaisest tender infant able, and the cure iaes wareapprised mted and bound. B D; Rev. Petr ,ONCHIN. John A. Stevens Jacob P. Giraudsandpaid
Sandelicate female. The marriage, and beint are ery ,w; .. that Dr. G. h been egular- Pelt. .; Rev. David Moor Doctor JoSepaBaylRobrt s, Joseph Hudson
























nld the medIine will ngt retard the patiiht from business or ----_ hndrence from business. Recent DA & EVENING SCHOOL Francis H.Nicoil Charles Town
N, 7i pleasure. 's, and uttinoca casesocured n a rcewgeays FoR n, Ean oe, FuNrfAND SPAs a LANG UAs,and nThomasnLaw ance George Barscl, ay
It is the only thedicine that acts as a curative in those till r without a particle of Mercury.. rl cofin er GEORGE BROWN, Principal. ames Boyd, Jun. John P. Stagg.

























lately incurable maladies, aod such are its effedtsuas a estora- Tc e very great success attending DR. EVANS' practice i all sHE undersigne l, a native of Fy., .....,.sre to su c_ William Wh Fo5 John I. 'hiband
tive,whengiventochildrenwhohave the syphiltic v rus of alldelicatediseasesfbrmanyyears, mducesignorantpreten- aresidentin Enryladongd Spainn,ar,. eit ,, ..., aly ,,l,,, FIRE JONAIHANSLAWRENCECPresidentY I
i P "a.rri o, iLusa ..- ,,It. .ra...tir,,.-, ..,i Ih,..-. r,- r, ersto s moofpracthis practice andy devotes his Staten Island, March he0, 18. ..13'. 30 NATHANEus, WaeMeONGSerer t
I t., t. -,1" : i .... ...i.. besofsocietyadaily attention exclusively sheld out from No RIPT eveON O TH PUBLICATION OF A VA- Anhy Steinbach, Stephen Kgn
=.. iIG. IlRm. TiimI. 1 _wo._, ,,,, i,., .ii,. branch of his pfe-sio"". L A BLE NEW C F E G A M Rt.nsSc I nuyler, Henry. L RP. Havens,













i..,, I ,, .. .,,,, 1,,. which by hose pretenders ,sure thse who favour him with thed whrhe intes ermaently to continue t. Everyexe- Thompson Price, Bonjamin Andrews,
'** nr. t. I.,, *" "' *' iii i. confidenceththis constant, steady, and unrenitted ateen- p .ictHthehma cotmn d now French Gammar George Y nule D 'IN omms. Thorne,

r, m.... x,,,.mn:. E. ,...s L,-,,.,i ,.R ..n.J ,,. noto be deceived coysuh in all those puffeobstinatrs. Dr. E. te p sar flbeusedto mer srtihea iprobatonof' hos cwho may ET.,, JON L D Eg-CieD Samuel-n BTudthoshn
'..r ,I-, ,, ,I o r I, *:i .r, i A l...r- 1 l.. tractdcas-profesw icna .. d.....e.. ... ,: m v ous ntrustacdildr snofbothos tohscare and of. .thosepupils n ,av. .es iih s r ce,-a tti ;, JohnSti dtenl.o
te ,r i IsystIm.- rIIi-sie s .th-i L'o k. i, um t l isve devoted less attention mi to this branch of m edioin lssu- co l cmp s ive ss. Te o t ihe .F e.nchn X r nd teqa ll B .N r dAM he CRANE StOacHr e lnarv s toe ente
. t .i whose ractce d xpeence t ae more limited calcrlatedelrhc'e.efiroNdiidaIsin ivateimis .rructio; t aI e MA Seretary V l
e riLil.' .. \. .ll A bpuratitn ofodfices are pepIared, and then strictest secrecy ronsoquently they cBerfuHlly rec-mmed it to ee patronieag e MERCHANTS' FIRe aI NSURANCE COMPANY, thes
Sol 1 tI"!'. ':i l\ L i-, r.I f observed. Persommeat a distance, by writing their case. ad o i-epubsica tek i A thicore tic la nd p ti c *. O ice Wall street, Neat-York,
H l ..I t : .ln,, i ., L., .1 fee. sallhave medic e sen to. rider. hep tirle of ts a Milesone of
I.... '. i I .1- ... .. r .r ... h a L.i. .. C. o.-h, to r Alllatters must Gra mar Bof the Frei ch Ton r m ie, by B. Tre.ionti, Fre. h aes for, the s l tos is or n euranitoce at ainst duLOSS OR DAt
rt l' u. U.! Pt,r,,t .r ii,.. r ,,. I,,,. -.,,e be post pd p b tawc2aw Teacher; containing M Ontw pronnciation and hOrtography MACE BY IRE, Dwellig Hnous re heusesBuifditgs




















I I` '. ,* 1 I puttingr. t. hcA sc.. rl. y .away uab.e W of his Su ct .m P t w miCU leine soietih
addre ssedi e ev-r yet diso.ered,,,- h, ue o.,,.r ..... b,,,, GOOD SAMA evIAm IN I of T FeveI ,DyO W mse ma U ex sedtionanier el hesr Civnhi r ent ced tE ...ah. ari sta.rr. s E w b .
aervous .t.ei-y, .nd Affections of the Skin, together with. N n P c Sn I .t ... ic. nsii enables Freisers, vithcd the amssist- I general Merchantdize, Ships in Port mand their Cargoes,
umte evil elfects of mercury, antimony, arsenic, aidy other maine -iuthra r ti.lr. parotenuciation only, booh to. speak ard Household Furniture, Wearing Apparel. and every dtlcrip-
th2lic roise ng. ....nL. .,.. h s t .r.es etI .I. .. a E writerFrench in a shorter i a s thd greater ease and taanh ofPers onal Propdserty.h te s
By t 'itew discovered principle in medicine, these dread''nl ] Tltabls"ed to recentt" Quacks- prol"riety than heretofore; UNiOmned for i-rain ad tle useof Applications made from any per nofthe United States,ac-
dis'as.s are readily ch.ckd, and .I he viscid .- lod and juices ".; .yf og .. ,Academies sni Schools, s as sto prosmotestheiracticalknow-y eompaniedby an partieulrdescaption ofth bssitlding.occurah
are c-ianged; Srof,.r'loua tumors,- and the canceros..i. ucer- an 'l. edge olhat seful. aMNd desiraHle language, i which its prin- tion, hov situated, itcwila e promptlhe attended to. ithe
tion of flesh and bone are soon rendered harmless by a nild I I1 51 .. dspat Hrand earl y a latin ther, intn pub mangl ate36femiin andoniety. thios srane f Et.


or he bowels, usad the various forms of chronic maladies of lDrod .famw Old Ulcers, ad all tsses a thi- A subscriptron-boore and sept at the book store of Mr ...IB. Jaea es Lovet David M. Praiell-
in, i as the disease is subsiding, and this dreadful feeIigs be- :I a .. &.ae..u r ;'. It.-I, ex- dence, No.41 Catharine street, ehere subscribers are requs- Samnil BeLets leromus JoHlinson
longing tI hypochoadrma, and nervomt weakness, th nrestlecs- b pyetpous and regularly provee tedtocall. The tens are o cmIly three duhlartas for each copy, an hienhy pohhneoend James Strongr
she ss and anxiety of the insane, gradually cesac wihl return- .t thestrength-charges are reason- tobe paidon delivery of the work.-1 vol.1r n von em l prin- Thomas BlCUdgood Joh s Flackse
ing ealth. It abe safely given fo themost tender infant able, and the cure is stiarraset ted and bound. a B. TiiONCHIN. John A. StvII E. Jacob P. Giraud
allcae, delicate female. The rerico incurable there diet are few that perfect ithouaya leasueGrodsarebutl extensive and fre he mosbert ificult and r casephs omg under h pre-

It is the only medicine that acts as .. curative in those till ed ., wh"' -ic a itn h out a particle of M mercury. i....fI. r .rs .. ,I ...... Dr S d r brate Eye- as r inflammation and agg


l.Tons, but ma l re ieve. l, r, 1 ... .. .. ... Iv. by hose pretender n. t-. .. .. rn icularyn cautioned he,.re he ,ten a perma ....ntly to count i e waknessofthe eyes, s l orsale at USHTON r ilam-
rsam. Eachorl... H rb ttleofthis medrcme,,contai s about. noxty to e.ecived by such a ncipled puffer. r. E.'s tion sally ....i n\\.i-rl at: -o, I a al .... street, betweenaIberty streoetand Ma den Lanform at Hart'se





















t oeirvirtues '.- rven.. "-'"'-*r : '" \. "" P1.. '" ,',,, ;,, ,' ,mW a l and W after streets at Diekies c r-
u NEWn RTIFICATES '' -I, ,A.pf ssiai stii 'are eas ic tsi vri co s' utru-t c .ltdref rflot n to inis car ,, and t th e up a is r dnagir Hi.. stre ,t ndh Broadw ayt and atBournesEs-
S old oy -y.r.. n i n.r p. r iirr .- iiitc w soon .... .. I. in I'. is who ta e p ri:,e Iess. o s:r, uiSYRUP LIVERWO
S-lI oystem r E.1 o ut Cham' hinir skill it aaIyeradic.titg the worst eases speedily as Hours ofattet ccn Iron, iii the morning till Sin thme if- t T *\ it ig rt E esou r
dgberstree th.........l..... i, ... I,.i .. ...ay- Tot reyeatm.iaer be verypartcular nDR ternoon; ,nd the Evening Scho fro t...I OR CO D IS,.SPITTING OF BLOMD, iad CON-f










all, t. -. ... ... .. I I. F --'''', Professor AMthmond CiO Ien t rd r. I i .othetIOrn Tatry ntion ofpte afftli ten lun reinsp y tetu
S ,,'i hi ,f I -" I.l.. I. .I I i .. t. L I ,, i t t c rE. .V AN.N.o..-S', 'cIk ipJ la m p b e f o r e t h e d o o r T H E T er. .m s v e r y s d e a a. .. .. m i d o 'v n o ii a" p l a tr t i. dU tf c I ONc iT o f m e i mat s 'oT nBc. T h i"ce at auIedr e s p e c at uls y
addressed, F 1 .... .., .. l. r I...r,, .i Ge D u a, .A rtiA iN oered to W-as mistakes Ulxceptiona bl rer... ces given w.hen required",.. ealled toti sMedi leas nxperied has proved it to be a-

m .Oi..rin.. Svi, F'- i. .iIl ii.d- | n vrIties. Th a o. l )h t AT UNION -hILL,. n A thing is E i re offensive so hook upon tia n a sightless c s-
-n .,m.i. .. r.; rr,,,i ,,, .. .. I ih. \-.i', ., Coug.a... ...... ,,,,,, 33,.. Z, ., We, ,a n s ,fl.cear Couny. edey and the loss is indeed a misfortune, as it disfigures the
Di...i :u .i. ....u. ...... tea. e eliar .. ',r HE REV. WM. POWELL having' afow Vacanciei fa distortsthe features, and renders the patient unfit to
9a s. tr: th h d 'ir.w.....: .]ii,,. |..in. io n- ,,r .t dii it., ,. :,,lu, ,ble F'w tie carehis oa s School, requ" sts n earl "' at.ppicanion fron rarenes who mingle in sinciety.









remedies ever yet discovered for the Cure of Coughs, Colds, eiga" avebeen receive f and may be seenmb may bedi- edt, cs. fid eirChiilor cto, iiscare. nthis By applying to r. S. the real Eye willbe correctly le-
and othelf irocureds of the breast and lungsootet coo-er uh totI n eiter h at reptre sol y .L ealthth'pni cipleand'the i.moento tated. and an artificial ir e ro set as tom md kmine in the
sumletiost. Thousands rrve sxpeienced tor'ha happy ncts of neJr. NO.tli, i SOADLEY l HELuS, Youtsigned phavingcu engagedtoa teachthe nwritingdeofthe New- so-et inofShakers, atn.Being dinLeb o-;fth e finest Flint En-d e
thi having balsam, and many of the highest rspectabiity Dr stscorn Wall and Water streets Yor addit Schoosi ad someoter institutionshatwis hereado t l, and highly polished, iis worn ith the greatest eases m
have vohiuntarilv given certifcatesEomeof shich still iecomA- wit from olsinae. The courter of Instruction emabrat e suh and least paiin amd aill P ever sear t. Those who have had e
an each tte that will satisfy every prej cit J. Bdiced mind Dodd& Co. 181 Brodw study; Clases awillatt endat tero om en for College the thM. misfortune to lose one ofvedremedy, valuable orgathyns of their cou-
tIa, thert extraordinary and unexpected cares h've been P .. t- ,,, 17rk m L. Rushton, t Wileiam a.; and 1. from until 10i. M. throughout the year. b iiden i se. e s. otin namt. t



















perfory th e sor along timelwas soreduci i y as affection olth. ) n I"',.i ie *'-roeuwich street; Dr. Barkr, 176 Spring Trhesubscriber'practice .fmnaki gip all lessons lost by NiB. None isageubnoute, tpeo pid) satis ona.,.L. areon
g, in hls other medicine hadn the r s, mffcty, d- Carminere Dr B Edwards the uilswillbe haned alliance r lost lesso, the al and the name G Lawrenupon the accompany- dcc









reand &here thae t myskilful physicians hadofand given up as crnr of Perand m streets. For sle also by the in-' unless in case ofsiceknesn or sme unavoidable occuenr such an sections. SCUDDER confines himself ltogeher t
allnaure baet of such stare iyscurable there y te bt e o. cisal.Druists throu ut th- United States. s0. TermsMonths lessGrons, daiy, 7 ba Quartif term's lesson 3re Tbhe m iffiue and reae, by ase coing under his CONo.-
lDr. iG.t e greatly relieved by the iwas of them. Scarely a i from all danger;o and there is a Gardee Spot allotted Paoabe at 18, hvinreenwichstreet andsephH. Mei o. No. I









yFur Anderson'sdtough Drops, and-by using ons Bottle was 'l.. t;, Iarch d, t. entrance. ....Canalstreet, New-York-icwhere may also be had.the Vege-
avant of sleep arising frons ,1. ir" ..1., in] rI I 0 i ^ r. -,.. i 1 i ,r. ,, I ",1. ,il-.--, rF-.-- .n*-- Dr. S tiddtr'- celebrated Eye-W ash, for infDa smation and
Tions, but mar bereiievedl., n 'irr i. ,., I it,. i.. '. -i d '*"- st I an. I .. ,i r fi-.. .... .1 1. weaknessofthe eyes, is fir sale at RUSHTONS, W illiam-








srem. stored to perbct healofth.s I would thereforn e n recon end saoutOCTOR Rsity E. .-ar Sr- eerlyeompiy w iit New Classe.. commen..i ein the be. inning I i,.May ... table Bilious Pills, Dtgestive Pillsd superfine Flower ot Hart'sElm;
SthiA _virtus. d witiil,.r.comlB roantaatom ke use ote or rcuest nstatn ,at 1 hav aoel. rno-gB oawyi and vtcraMine lsre e a m ed
dais s, which p woves them ta s b e m ci eap medpcit oia e ded o hns e y iqg "I '. g. _- ,'/ ', ,.I ... .inia.., s oI .r.ca an d t...i i .. N .In r.,d.S o a Ph.n sre, corsruof Braredwe oheand Waatmer streets ; at Bo e ka'sd l cr
To J .,i,s -(- ,i, u.r, H1.l..r., N i llh ^ ^ .1 l II .. ,, ,,, .. I r.I. .I, ilBroadw ay. -a29 ,t

temiti..,. in,....t. id,,,, i... I .d. ., di.l,,. fo. ..l ,+,,, ,,.. c e ncinsin lsnimbiar .. C i ,,,, in ;.ii. 'SUMPTION.--Thinattention ofthm afflicted is respectfully
~ly. .! i, F *:.E n a v e urtible is o offered to iee pub lie w ith perfect F in t' r l I .1 i'>y of safI c a nle d t i c ious redic i e dy a i thpie e h as pro ven c l int t sh h
snoe a .n i .. a i, e ,i s a gra d ualiy n s virtnes. Ithian been ao long and so t I- L ial I I I "" i ay e ffi n ac ousereme nt ; a ndy i m as cas, has
s ethathe.soonbec e smu itic inLated thirs eyes gr sy- e ces; fully known e :,n.Il,..n b ud. I. I.. Innecess y to r r ,I L.* *l 1 .n d. rem ved'ni6medcs m S Perhtst e sno d
and hisstre aii ..h lefthim to thaitdegree hatnhenwas wohollyi t- '*mter into a detail or' ,. .1'. ...... certicatesof i ; | [ senor e it dto pui Jof ep tHtant



peR obur e r e y tR h e M recoY d ... ii, city .-S. B, Dodd & Co. 181 Broadway; Classes will attend at she room from sunrise until A. M pubic as a tidoand approval da s eremed o rh of tere ir o -
I f t hat frlne t Ro avas so rd cd hy reby ... i fPark; W,L. Rushton,8t Wi0lbami.; and fromt until tGI P, M. throughout t Ae year. Nludesce. G r Barclay
t~letiftmgsmat edecind wthaiti in thas ae bc ui hsei tillyono r *IT l' iii L n- ot2 iwichistreet; Dr. Barkar. 176 Splring Tiesubscniber's practice r.fmaksmgup all lessons lost by NB. None is genninemsnlessthe initialsof K.L. arcon
bre ahngs, cthatted of a n e and dimvn s e ., I. Carione street, Dr. B B. Edwards, the pupils, will be changed-m o allovan mce for host leIsos, the Jel, and the name G.K.Lawrence upon the accompany- -P
maticuinr ableb maconclofice Phsiciparens but hy t ma d vien o cus er oy pearl and Elm streets. For sale also by she pin- unless in cats ef sickne ss, or some uo navoidable occu.erI cI.: ig d irectimo s Fl J
Bicr.e w Hic.hco ck i of droe w he r iasend the uc tmad vetria al l cidialflruggiats thsrones rmanut the United Stases. Mto. Terms-Mouth's lessons, daily, $7 Quarter's lessons. 3 bold swliolr.;hlO and retail. by BUSH, DRAKE i CO. No.
[-r A du-on,'I .. Ropestr, wa ndubeu tc.g on e ottrle es aNe W KMa r d times a week, $10; Quarter'3 lesson, daily, $15; Payable at 184. .reewicli-stret, and JOseph H. Meigs It Co. No. r
0 restoe en persI fect hea op, 1 awonld th eren fore Iesotutie nd wR ST N :. .- DearSi- O c:.. aerf h 2 d l bda: entrance. .l i Cana.strest, New-York-where may alSo be had, the Vege-
ll. I a s o- t m I o I your request istatinghat I have ktoledge of an istauce Princials o. Classical and ue Ladies' Schools ar and various ether medicieprpred as above. a2d&ctm


restoring a "" I- ---, -- -- ---------
d, thatit saved mi vhoreidyour prescriptions have had the effect in t'h"e- su''scriber Is Yet some time m VALUABLE MEDICINFS..
life. R.OBERT KIDNEY. q1tizentosobrietvind industrious habits; who wisfargoneirl dispore ofin their service. W. S. McLAUREN, P ATTEN'S Celebrated 1-1.1EINIORFRD08, or PILE ELEC- 'r
Rocheste?, March if, u2s. Nbriationand fotally neglected his business. Thecurewas m2 2w Writingwastcr. 99 Beeltman-st. TUARY ;md--OfNT[VMNT.-Tbis preparation is knowla t t
s 13ei-re of ImPoition,-Dii6A'alu,-LbleMeclicine is Countei- ifectod more than eighteen months ago and I believe he has
Isrited. Purchasers must bQ particular, and ask for Ander- i ever rel apsed to his filimor babits. I h;ivel4so from another I LNSTRUCTIONS ON THE PIANO FORTE. no a positive CURE, for thePILES, as many of'the most red- tI
san's CouVh Dropg Prepared by J arnes N161len,71'and also see versorian assurance-that the like beneficial effects-have resul- RS. FLEETWOOD continues to give lessons on the = able persons in Boston call testify, who have been cure 0
,that the Bottlesare stamped in the Glass' Mollen instead tod to himselffrole folloving*t96Prescrjptipns y4h gave him above instrument. She has a Yacancy at present fbr using tlio Me&icinis a few days. The following Certffi-
of 1. Millor. I am, Sir, Your8.xeFl e tflully. M*** IP***. two pupils. Ladies, or heads of -families desirous of enga- es will jb,.aw:-
For Sale by Messrs. Posts, Lawrence & Keese, Ciar1k. & The nam, e vOlFbefgivell to any one who feels an interest in gfinMg her, will oblige her by an application previous to ttic I st Boston, Xbvember2q, i8m
CO- J- C-AOirlsoll, H. H-Schieffin & Co. Dr. S. Cutter, Rud. urt erin ui I bu t, case can the names 61' the reclaimed my, at 47'Murrav-stroet. a`24 Eo, This is to certify, that I have-used Patten's calabrated Pile
yard& Whittlesey, and y most, Diuggists' in thocity and. Le give 1, wilt, oil eir consent. Enquireof'Dr. Preston 77 ctuary, and was entirey cored in one week. after being
tate. du 1,2:-&cawj 5m Gmnd trer-t.)riltthooffice-of'tbeMorfiing.flprald. ail'if- ULPHATE OF QUIN INE-Delondre rocr brands iffl icted Jbr more t hall twenty years
I *fbr REUBEN BEMIS."
Ii. i iT TO DRUGGISTS &,-AP0'rHFCARfES: _' -ale by
s n ... ... a122 In, C. GP TERAU. 11'1 Pearl-xtrect. -1 have been, afflicte'd with these troublesome affec-
--I ... ethod (if de- A, FRESH, SUPPLY of PECTORAL PASTE OF RISTLES-2 casks first mort Ruh;sia for mile. I-,y ., i ied H-miloyritles, or Pilos; and bylthO Llseof'Patten's n
l. "A ......... I P.i.- hi, REGNAULT, received from Paris, and for sal bV Nib GqvabratedE lectuirry, liaVi'lleen clit-irely relieved.
J. I III Ll 12% L-;' J ki I I I I m 1,, _, MATTHEWS,& LEVERING, 73ostondix-n. 20, 18127. N. H,
C. GATERAU, P.: CRANE. (I
Fr tro t,
-I-3APER HANGINGS.-A large oF Papin in 12 H2 ont s Viecelabrated BALM ofEGYPTfor Coughs, Astkrims ir
Vork., :- Hangings, common -and rich, ... sr hand find 13%'ITNT CORDAGE, 13ALIE ROPE, FLAX &e. G(orasifiaptions, Whooping Coughs, &c. Sold by JolljiB.
c to be -U-6 t I I BROOKS,,28 Sou4b street, have constant ly-
LARET WINE-50 cases.of' sijpcriQr Ctarot Will sold at the lowest prices and in lots to suit purchasers, t 0 d Co.Chemists, &c, No. 181 Broadway; Piace & st
C Haut Brion,"just arriv6d and for gale by b C. GATERAU 131 Pearl-stmet.. ALY i,,r.,j %I'wllsuljplv6ftlieal) vearticle this inlot to Snjfl d arkTheatre; and Dr. Pmudfool, corner
_vA, e ar8ortmefft of'Silk and Worsted Fringep T) El ale ma 0 near the P. jea I
ap fw G. GKTERAU, 131 Pearl-st. lso--A'very I rg suit purchasers. I Grand street aRd Broadway.
amid Silk Bindings, a22


HOUSES.
TO LET.
Thetwost buitpDw Iting TLodse, 12
JP-- -".Walker at. `R`.YnM$4=". a 5.p rl fft.
b. j,
3-1 Igor,15% To MT,
The House 79.-Muryny atreet, well calculated for
a priVate Boardin&House or a School-rent Tnode-
fate. Apply to A. IMBERT, 79 Murray street. m27
WELL FURNISHED ROOM TO LET,
r To a- ctable and otdady gentleman. of quiet
mtml .. biw, rear
a] in A urray street, No. Is.
m2 1w*


2


I


TO LET-
The fthree story dwelling honse 313 Greenwich
treq, rom, the first ofMay next, to be seen from
AHUP 1112 -to 2 o'clock. .1 a14 tf
TO LET_
A Store corner of Lewis and Seventh streets. fo
G rocery. There is room ibr a family, an rrom it
location is a desirable stand, in the midst ofall the a ip yards.
Rent $275 only. Apply to WILGUS,,40 Arcade.
a10
TO -LET-
Tho pleasantlysituated'and commodiousthree-
story brick Dwelling House, No. 141 Washington
-Ustreet, at present occupied by Mr.Wm. 1. Shepherd.
For terms,- applyto
V9 JOHN JACOB ASTOR. 8 Vesev street.
TO LET.
Andimmsdutte I thathree-story
jXossession given,
HouseNo.96Ch street. .
nquire of JNO. & GEO. TREDWELL
243 Pearl street.
TO LET-
The very convenient, wooden built, two-story
H.--use. No. 12 Walker street, from the Ist of May;
,Ap.pj,. t iilo'. %45 Year] street.,
TO BE LET"OR PLEASED_
Thetbree story brick House No. 25NorthM66?e
street. This bouse is fini -hed in the.modern style..
APPly t "o JOSEPH BLUNT,
rn,,, I' 4GWallstreet.
TO LE. F,
The four-itory fire proof Store 32 Pearl, corner
ofMoore-street-'
The fobr-story Brick Store 113 Bibad-str et, neeir
South-street. Inquire of
al S. WHITNEY. 46Frent-street.
HOUSE & GARDEN AT BROOKLYN.
a
r__a FOR SAL-F-fiveyears"Leaseof-a'T-louse and`
Garden, beautifully situated at 1,3krooklyn
a fro t No. 238
1 Ll Fulton at. about t6n minu tes' 6 Ferry.
F j I L I Inquireof HASKELL. Arcade.
DRUG STORE FOR SALE. ,
eIegant retail Drug btore, situated intheup-
i t'! r, vlrt oftbe city, is for sale on reasonable terms.
I desirable situation ror a young Physioian
rent low, and the Store can be obtained for any' ength of
time. For particulars, inquire of
HOADLEY & PHELPS,,
m17 corner of Wall and Water-streets.


.- p HOUSE TO LET,'
NNI-D FURNITURE FOR SALE- To Let the
nient three-story brick House No. 20 Cliff-
Tile Furnitrure, which is genteel, and nearly
,new, and in Perfect order, will be sold at a fair price for cash
orapproved credit, possession given immediately on or the
Is of May. Apply as above. M27 if
A COUNTRY-HOUSE TO LET.,
try, House on the ftrm ofth
To Let, a Coult y146-
M.E.""a !Tubscriberonthe banks ofthe Ea&t giver, five
Amiles from- New-York, with a larie Garden. ice.
house, &c. The house is converent, and thesituation heal.
thy. Apply to SAMUEL STEVENS, Esq. No. 4 Cedar-
street. GE03GE GIBBS., nilld1wa2wt_
T F A LUMBER YAREkTO PLEASE
five Lots of Ground at Albany. Basin, at.t.he coruer
of Washington and Albany-streets, to lease for a term of
years, beinga very eligiblq situation for a Limb., d In'-
mediate ussession ina, -be had. Appl to EDRAD R.
-JONES, Broadway, or
all PETER SCHERMERHORN, 21 Parkrxlace.
TO LET,
b
'The newithree-6tory bri9k House and Store, with
whitemarbe asement, tituatedontheSixthAve-
K4 _, J.;
Anne, third house above the Ninth Wai d Hotel-a
most advantageous stand for the retail Dry Good business.-
It is finished in the most modern andconvenient dtle'. To

a good tenant the rent wni be moderate. Applyatt eOffice
of the American, or of
RIB P. A. HEGEMAN. No. 7 Oak-street.
TO LET.
A large and very pleasarit front ROOM, With pan-
ry, on the 2d floor, -auid two front Rooms on the
M.-may be hadfurnished or'uzifumished, as-lodgina
%. id, ihl'_ lkiwl.,! n jidiiru i. -h.'cf- % yold
F. r. r r,,O-luc, [:.t n fiihilw.,At Lfs
D k NIINOR. m a.1i 4..,"
TO LET- Fr.,rn t.c Fag nj NL% r&xf,
THE FLOtA CLOTil 111ANI)FACTORY. 30
r.r.r: tneca,-
c :. dri lhe F',,r-t 10-11. K itert. Loom Ti-
T upd w1bk-_r.i1iW1U. rn ttil-fig(O fil" marlu.
Ap"IN Ai HINN C ',kRROLL
TO L LT.
7 1..-. Houma r..j Sf-yr,, r )f Le -.i ard Sm
I~, it,. r A iEh f...,jr K-ns6 %- i1h su)rFs
Ex vA' ur ic]%. .r-d im-
7..i,: r- r, .-C Vrai,,.p. i&jr Q., ht)
Yards, and in the neighborhood of the Dry Dock-rent low,
Applrutfo Arcade, up stairs, to WILGUS.
'L--M TO LET-From the lat ofMay next the well
v-l builttwo story brick dwelling house'No 5-79
__7 1 Broadwav, now occupied by Mr. C. H. Hall, to
gether with the fine garden belonging to it. Onthepremiset
are an exoellerit coach house and stable. For terms, apply to
JOHN JACOB ASTOR, 8 Vesey-street, or
JACOB B. MYLORcorner ofClarkson and
Greenwich streets.
TO LET.
a_-A THE three story basement House, corne of
Broome end Varick streets, in perfect order for a
genteel family. Also, the Store and back room
No 194 Hudson st. well situ 2ted for any retail bushiess. Ap-
ply on the premises, or at No. 8 College.
FOR SALE-A first rate Barouchq Wagon -and Family
Horse, to be seen at Linn's Livery Stable, Anthony street, 2
doorp east of Broadway. ag if
VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY.
FdOR SALE_-the three-story brick-built House
an Lot, 77 Chamber-street. The lot is 25 by 75
A feet deep. The house is 215 by 60, feet deep, and
built ip a most substantial manner, completely finished
throughoutin a inodrn style, -and is a most desiralic situation
fora phyffilcianhawinga'spacious office on the front base-
mentstory. For further particulars, auly to ,
pM J. & B: MARSHA 271 Pearl-street.
HOUSE TO LET AT BROOKLYN.
La--71 ,Ir,,,antsittiatibn, oil he corner of Willow
%,-PletStreets, It consists ofa dwelling-
olv new, andin perfestrepair-a conve-
r -L-1, 5r.-I i-,` Garden. To a person doing business
in tile lowWpart ofthe city, an opportunity is now offered
for procuring a delightful r*esidence, which rarely occurs.-
The furniture is also offered for sale. For further particulars,
ir'&uire on the premises, or at IQ3 Pearl street, up stairs. a29tf
FOR SALE OR TO LET-,
Al:111 The large and elegant Establishment. 67 Green-
i!! F! wich-street; being 40 feet front on Greenwich-
;F. E street, and 50 feet fronting on Lurnber-street. ,
Rhe House oil Greenwich- street is 40 feet fTont, by feet
deep, and ii'linished in the best manner throughout. The
buildings in Lumber-street are, a Stable and Coach-House,
and a large fire proo r Warehouse, with extensive qellars.-
Ali the b@Idi4s were erected by days7 work, in the best and
most substantial marine nd of the best materials. Apply
to HAM- SCHERMERHORN,
F20 No. I Greenwich-street.,
-FOR SALE.
faEE4 Countru-Seat on 1he Fmi River.
T he Sedt ofthelate Peter Schermerhern, an the
bank of the Ensf River. five miles from the city,
%!I.I-Gate Ferry- The situation -is not exceeded by any
onthisirland. The buildings and grounds, (about 121 aores)
are in good order Im di ill be given. Ap-
plyto me "No to' '
PETER S614 HORN
AB'M SCHRAIVIERHORN, ixecit-tors.
all EDWARD R. JONES.
TO LET,
The corner store in building No, 3 Wall street,
corner ofNew street, with the cellar, the dive ing
Jupat t ofthe House can also be hired, with the store.
This Vone ofthe beat sfandsi n the city lbr respectable tradder
business, rent very reasonable. Apply to Mr.LEWIS,
graver and Artist, inthe store above in the same building
M5
FOR SALE.
The four story brick STORE, No. 58 Pine-street
t present occu pied by John S. Timmins, TheLot
91 feet 6 inches on the easterly joid c, and 9.3 feet
4 inches on tile westerly side by N feet 7 inches front and
iear: The store is 63 feet 10 inches, fire proof' and built in
the best manner; it. is rented for the next year at $1000,
which rent it is presumed it will always command. The
-owner @f this property having removed from the city, it will
be sold on favorable terms, forfurtkr particulars apply to
ms GRACIE &CO. 20 Broad-street.
COUNTRY SEAT TO LET, AT WESTCHESTER.
Lot country resicfence, situated 12 miles
fr.A.'Pt'ht city of Now-York. and within one quarter
ofa mile from the village of West Chester, contain-
"bou land, well stocked with fruit trees and a
--d gair onvenience can be obtained in le vil-
ge S to the Gity, bnd a steamboat during
Ne house and outhouses are in good t
order. Possession can be had irnmcdiatelj, For furebor par- I
tiilars 4pply to M, S, HILL',
.5 If 25 Merebants'Exchauge.'
TO LEASE OR FOR SALE.
TI H se ana Lot coiner of Wallier and Cha-
lbot on Walker-street, and 50 feet on
Chyel street, to lease forsixyqars, orflersale.
r.0 LEAS -the two three-Story brick Houses at the cor-
ner of Courtlandt and Greenwich-stleets. They-canbernade
to communicate by doors cut through thi Parbition wall; and I
tile situ;tion is considered very eligible for a Hotel or Board-
ing-I'louse.
TO LET-the large and elegant House No. 69 Greenwich
street with stable in the A I t
SCHERM'ER'H0ZN','B'ANKER & CO.
a2l 243 Water-street.


FOR SALE-OR EXCHANGE FOR4PROPERTY
IN THE CITY.
NIN That lar-e ar .1 c,.r. o ja-m Houpe and Gardert
A '' Spot, situ'a -' 06' Im atr-lop and onv
hundred. feet west Fr w Emloh,%vn 165 M-11 COICU'
lated fhr a.boaidings ool. .anrnt rttrt3t. or i1or a Private
family beingwleasailtlYsil-i --11 c.r, hirti groaud %ithm vicw
oftheNoith ivet,&c.
wellandpump in thecellr, and ou- b, Put ir. complete re-
pair f6ra-mere trifle. rnie Girden.is laid out, and it present
planted for spring vegetables.. The above will be sold or ex,
changed f6f property in the city en accommodating terms, and'
pagaciiiengivenimmediately., Appl a
V, 7 Bowery
A.'.A. AL ORD
11! B. Theabo*e-rkeniise? toLet ii,24 tr
A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
Thelsubscriber offers for sale, a'vaduableFarm
at anrapaugb, in Bergencoanty, NeW*-Jet;sey
c6itaininj 210 acres offirst rate land, (part il
wood) beautifully situated OR the Bay, about fiyenAles from
New-York'. ThedwellingiB acerrinaddious two-stervbrick
house, with a large kitchen, and out-hous6s in prettygood
repair. The qyster-reef opposite the dwelling, afrords art
abundance of too beat 0 ters 'and verylucrative. Its,;
proximity to the city rendears it 'd ira le it 6r fora Farmer
or a man of busimess. A further d criptio is eemqd un-1
mess it is presumed no one will urc sewithout
first viewing it. Theter swillbe. adeacco odatiug.-
Apply to the Subscriber, o. 9 Laight-street, or to
ELIZA BETH GAUTIER.
TO LET OR LEASE
The One Mansion, beautifaffisituated at Will-
on,,I" 4f the
in. li, on the bank
t_ is. b ast nysir, on the,
Long L and shoiei direc y oi to to the foot of
;and street and within a minute's walkPoFthe ferry togethor,
with about two acres of Land atatiehad on which is a stable.
Carriage house, -wood house, garderij fruit trees. &c. The
house is 61 by 54'feet built with.mahaganY doorsand marbIq
mantel pieces in the moattasteful and substantialihannerondi
story an a basement with ahbay-colonadejia front. -Thealt-
ua6lan is elevated, afordirimabuidint'and fine. water, uniform-
ly healthy, and commands one ofthofinbetvj,Rin the ndigh.
borhood of New-York
For terms apply to S. 'G k146, L. Di, on
or at 44 Pine street I '. ,
I FOR SALE OR-EXCHANGE. -
T VALUABLE PROPERTY. IN, NEW JERSEY.
WO very valuable Farms, adjoining each other, and situ-
ated very pleasantly on the Passme river, ii Livingston town-
ship, nine miles from Newark, containing together about one
hundred and eightvaqres, three fourths of each are in mead-
ow. and are suppotted to be equal to anv;Farms of theirsize
in the townshit, tor grazing-will k LeeP VO- 2ndtwenty cows
besides the usual number ofhories and horned cattle necessa-
ry for the use ofthe same.. On each farm is a small comfort -
able housei large barn, sheds, &c. and a suflicienck4f good
wood and plough land.
ALqo-A valtuibleFrumatWOodbridge, J4 miles fromthe
town, containing one hundred and twenty five acres of cod
,land-twenty--ve ofwhich are covered with choice Ric ory
and other timber. There is a good Farm House on the pro.
idises. a large barn,.corn crib, new-barrack and a fine orchard.
ALso-A convenlerit two stotyHouse, fifty feet fic-dat, with
a large Garden, plea autly situated atWoodlixidge on Oieroad'
leadingto Bonuni Town, and about one fourth ofa milb.Irrom
the Cross Key Tavern. I
A Tso-a. well-built and convenient hou two stories high,
with a small garden, next to the, Mill at MAilton. Th6room
in frout.is fitte(I upfor a -store, and is considered an excellent
stand for businegsandi within balfa mile of a navigable
,w ater. I I .. ;
Auo-ivory n, ,t -a.-] ., ril b-At 1;1-0-Vnrv Housi. with I a
Store adjoining,-tr. t_ rtar c.,rwho.h are. f.% e uceavr very
rich meadow, sites I.-d n. at the lunction or
the Morris and N,i,,,rk TirmpiRts. Ten 1-..nsof 4hy haP
been cut thereon in one season.,
ALSO-a valuable labl. Farm. only ten minutes7 walk fromr
the conne or ElizaDeLAILOW11, coartming tvrenty acres of. iieb
meadow, and five acres offine wood; also, shunt seven adies,
ofsa)t meadow, about tvm miles from. the 9 amei, Orx thdala
f6rm is a substantial house, in the ootbage -style, convinviefitly
arranged-two barns, a well.of-go6d water, and acisternthat
will hold twmtyhogsbeads.
ALso-an extasive building and lot of ground, known by
the name6fMechaRic Hall, situated in Elizabetlitownin
Bridge-street. It will accommodate several families, and
rents generally for $300 per 2innurs.
AL-o-a two-sto;v thousand shop adjoining. in Bridge-
street, ha Elizabethtown, oppositeto the Adelphian Academy
with a garden, cistern, &c.
ALso::-A very valuable piece of Woodland, containing
twenty and a half acres, about a mile from Elizabethtown,
Ad the same distance from the point; the wood standing may
probably be worth $2,too.
ALSO-14 acres of Land in good hea t I asantly a it-gated
on the road leading to Elizabethtown Tine and! abouftne,
mile from the same, on which are several fine situations for
building, I
.% ALso-20 acres of Salt Meadowlying on Newark Bay-this,
Meadow is ofa superior quality, and the laav may be taken ofr
in -boats in the suminer season-it is situated one mile froat E-
liznbethtown Poinf.' I i I
Al.go-About 6000 acres offirst rate laod, situated in the U.
nited States Military Tract, DelavraxeCourity,, State of0hio;
about 25 miles from the seatof Government, is in the heart q
a tMickly settled country. In its neighborhood are many
inills, several Places ofworship and me 'hanics of every Up-
scri ion; was located by the subscribier in i8oo-title from
the CifedStates-taxes all regularly paid up. to the, ieaeut
ir upinegin VA
,e ._b,. cop whatever.
'i' theabpve Te I o inerc, r.
alt 'J-ff 'ca. or exc arige,`411"-.-_P-1',riy f. 1 6 Loa-
iie iicll -a 'r
ted in New-YorEriln0ire at the residence of tile subscri
her, in EliAiliethtown, N.J. THOMASSALTER.
w21tf
F OR SALF-those four Lots of Ground known as Nos.
17. 19, 21, and 23, Suffolk-,street, c0ourhencing bne hun-
dred fleetfroin the corner ofGran&street A I to
m1a GERARD W. MORIIIS, No. 35 UeTar-etreet,
TO MANUFACTURERS.
T HE n'ien Of HUNT & HosKiNs, for SPINNING -
FLAX & HEMP, is exelusivelyowned by the LINEN COM-
PANY of the city of New-York. :The Machine -sinceits =-
hibition in this city, has.been much improvea by the in-
geunity of some of our skilful artists.
Practical Machinists have pronounced it a labour-savingin-
v eiatioE, not inferior in utility to any other contived since the
days of XisvrRwirr. It may be driven by horse, -steam, or
water power.; and will, it is believed, produce Ya-rn %vfth as
great facility, and with aslbtle expense, as Oe Cotton Spin-
les. The ompanyare now pvepared to contract, to de.
liver and put into operation, in any part of the United States*,.,,
Machinery On this imyroved plan.
I rt, ul tth Office of the LinenCompaW
orfai Ic are' NELTI-astreleet iijetairs i or to
Ne oykNo. 34
.9AMUFLSPAnli GMidilletown,.(Conn.)
New-YOrk JuIV26t.11.182& I 'iV25 tf
TO BUILDERS & OTHERS.
THE Subscriber having been appointed'
and e A ent f1dra large
xtensive SAW-Mill;aituated at Saugerties, IsteiCourity.
is now weiliired to make contracts for White Pine Timber,
, out to orderfor baildings.or vessels. The-t' er'Wfll bids-
livered at any dock on the North River side, free of exiaense,
, and with Punctuality. Prices reasonable. Qrd to Smyrsi
Ulster County;, or to the Subsc
CaAm, Saugerties, Cer will be
attended to.
a25 J. KENT BOVD,
76 Wall-Btriiet.


ORAMENTAL HAIR MANUFACTORY,
WHOUSALF AND RETAIL,
No. N4 BROADWAY.
TMARTIN GILBNRT&GODQUINHairdresseV, from
Paris, beg leae to inform the Publib, that they have C qtanti
ly on hand, a selected assortment of Ornamental igair, of
every descriytion, for La&es'and Gentlemen, made of the
best materia and in the last Paris fashion. Their stock of
Curls, Pulfi, hinglets, Braids, Wigs,, Toupees, is v&y lar&e;
and they request country dealers in want ofa supply, to visit
their establishment'
Wigs and Toupees made to order-in asuperior style.
Selected Perfumerv. al !kw
DUPRE & AUD10T.
JUADIES' HAIR DRESSERS, and HAIR CUTTERS,
from Paris, have the horiort6inform the Ladies and Gentle-
m6n of this city;ind. its yicinity,.that they have removed their
establishment from No. 331, to No; 287 Broadway, opposite
Washington Hallcorner of Reed-itreet, where they manu-
facture Wigs, Toupees, and Hairwork of every description,
wholesale and retail.
TItey have also on Hand a general assortment of English
and French Perfurneries and Fancy Articles, of a superior.
inialAtUberarlf wholesale. and retail. Also, superior Eng
is ru h 0 every description.
All orders from the coun6y will. be received and punctually
attended to. a24 2w
-SALAMANDER WORKS,

N 0. 62 Cannon, betw76en Delaney and Rivington streets-
Office 34 Exchange Place.-At this Establishment will
constantly be found the fbllGwingartioles:
Fire Bricks; -warranted equal tothe 8 rbridge Backs and
Rrackcts for setting Grates, superior thuloap Stone in appear-
anceand durability; Patent Portable Bake' Ov(mm;. Portable
Furnaces; round and sduoxe Cylindersfoy Stove-makere;
Perfbrated Bricks, for ve Pip6s; Tiles, for flag T'agards,
qas, 6arden walks, Roakens &o.; Baker's do i a e and
1 all oping,'Chininey Taps; Gutters, Basins. lower-pots
@J'all sizes, plain and ornamented, &c.
Amo-Fire Cls.y, Fire Cement, of an 6rior quality, fbr
building furnaces where the Thost intense Reat is required.
All articles in this line m2de to Dattern at short notice. al
r11HE STERLING COMPANY ba I ve still on hand, for sale
_1L at reduced priaes, an assortment ef-'
ChainCablea, Anchors. Bobstays,
Sheets and Ties, manufacturer from Peta Iron,
Anchors from 50 to. 3000 lbs. for Hemp and Chain Cables
Hooks and Thimbles, Marline Spikes,
Spikes from 3 to 12 inches, Boat Hooks, Topman a.
Caulking an4-Marking Irons,
Black and bright Beta i Pins Hookeand'Hinges,
Strapdo.ofall es Sfidng door furniture.
Cast Sash Weights, '1jast Steel golished and blk hammers,
Mason's. Smith'sBiveting and lasting Hammers,
Stocks and Dies, Hatchets, Wrenches, ,
Axes ofall descriptions, Coog,63 and Qarpeqter1a Adzes, 3
Knob, Front Door, Mortice; rawback, -Cabin Deor. Ren-
ting, and Rim Locke &c.
I They have also fh sale on very fkyorable terms, 'the foli.


owing artioles, viz:
Bolt Iron, assorted from 9-16 to 2 inches
Reds do. do. 3-16 to i inch, Spike Rods; i lnzh
Anchor Stock, assorted Piston do. from 2to 3k in'$.
Band Iron. asgortedAxletreb, do, do' L
Hoop do. doa to2in's,-allmhdeTrom the best Map.
Also, 50 tons Pij Iron, 5 -do. Nova ScQti- Grindstones
Fo"je, si h cast andblist6red Steel
in apply at their officQ No. 190 Water-stroot, or -at
1he factory, corner Rivington and Clinton, streets., F21,
Nj,W-'YORK AMER1CAN,
PUBLISHED (PARS) FOR THE PROPRIETORf
By D K.'MINOR.
AT TzN,'0oLLA&0tPNA'ANNUM.


TO LET,
Thp thtee-story brick House No. 21 North Moom
streetj mar Varrok4treet. Apply to
ALFRED A. WEEKS,
M., Hudso re f..