New-York American
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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: August 2, 1838
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
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 )
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>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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 Related Items
Related Items: New-York American, for the country
Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
Succeeded by: Morning courier and New-York enquirer

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VOL. XX. NO. 7062.


TERMS-Daily Paper, $10 per annum, payable semi-
emi. Weekly, Tuesday and Friday, $4, payable always
in advance.
Tri.Weekly, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $6,
payable always in advance.
Terms foradvertising in Daily Paper.
H kLF SAUARLE, DAILY-8 lines or loss-First inser-
ntion, 60 cents; second and third insertions, each 25
cents;and 18{ centsfor every subsequent insetrdon.
SqJUARE? DAILY--16 lines, or over 6 and less than 16-
A'irst insertion, 75 cents; second and third insertions,
each 25 cents; and 181 cents for every subsequent inser
ti on.
ADVERTISEMENTS kipt on the inside are charged an
addition loprice.
ADVERTISfElh lNTS, Upon whichthe numberof times
forinsertion IS NOT MARKED, will be inserted and
cha- ed until ordered out.
YEA.. LY ADVERTISEitRS, paper included, $40-with-
on .ie paper, $32 per annum: not, however, tora less
p,. odthansiX month.


Monthly Report.-Since the last repoit 9 persons
ha ve.beeninsured -
Of whom 8 aerersidenis ofthecity ofNew-York.
6 reresidentsout of thecity of New-York.
2 are Merchants
2 are Teacheri
2 are Students
3 are other pursuits.
O the.se,there arsinsuredfor 1 year and over 4
there are insured for 7 years "' 5
there are insured for life, 0

Ofithese there areinsuredfor $1,000 and under
4 ?atbereareinsuredfor $5,000 andunder
thereare insured for $10,000 and under

New-York, May 1, 1838s.


SP Office 54 Wall street.
N EW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-This Com-
anj tntinuesto make insurance against loss and damage
y l'e,arid the hazards of inland navigation.
l. Havens, President, B. L. Woolley,
Nqah Taylor, Micah Baldwin,,
'"orneliua W. Lawrence, Joseph Otis,
J. Philips Phmnlx, Fanning C. Tucker,
JohnMorriaon,.. Meigs D. Benjamin,,
Joseph B. Varnum, John Ranrikin,
David Lee, John D. Wolfe,
Caleb 0. Halsted, Nathanjel Weed,
William W. Todd,1 Ferdinand Suydam,
William Couch.
dI! LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
.r COMPANY, (Office, No. 58 Wall street,) continues
o lnUare against loss 0or damage hvfire, as favorably as
another -imilar instltutin- .. -uy. The following
gentlemen .oipose uii-irectors, viz:
Bobert Aiashe Daniel Jackson
Thomas Tileion Thomas Serjeantj
John L. Graham Louis De Casse
Jameasbogart, jr. Charles 0. Handy
Stephen Storm William Burns,
Henry H. Leeds Henry i1. Elliott
George D. Strong Hugh Auchincloss
C. V. B. Hasbrook William S. Fearing
Cortlandt Palmer Samuel F. Dorr
Henry Wyckoff James McBrair.
J( hn P. Nesmith.
R. AINSLIE, President.
I. JOHN McBRAIR, Secretary. je4

S:'COMPANY have removed their office to 152 Pearl,
corner pf Wall street; where applications for Insurance
againmtlosa or damage by fire will receive prompt atten-
John4 L Bowne Ebenezer Cauldwell
John R Willis Morris Ketchum
Silas nHicks Joshua S. Underhil!
RobertG Cornell Charles T. Cromwell
Jame Bker Cornelius W Lawience
B9jami th orlies Nathaniel Lord
Lhdley Murray Charles Kneeland
Henry W. Lawrence Edward A. Wright
Ste'phen VYn Wyck benjamin Ciark
Isaac Froat Robert B. Minturn
3 .frt D. Weak, James Loveit
John Wood William Bradford
tli&txam'W Jenkins Thomas W. Pearsall
Benjamin Strong Silas Wood
George Iusey George D. Post
40,7r/B.psnte Seiamin A. IWO
James HTius J6 ph L. Frame.
Robert H. Bowne.
J.L. BOWNE, President.
IAxs WILirB. Secretary. joe
-l-Petons may effectlnsuranceswiththis companyon
heir owrilives, orthe lives of others, and either for the
whole duation of life, or for a limited period. The pay
ments of premium maybe either made annua.ly oriin a
gross sum.
Premiume on one hundred dollars:
4; 'I _4 4 0, *s. ;a wQ
& ~ ~ ~ u a S 5Bg:'a S eo3

14 72 86 653 38 1 48 170 3 0f
16 77 88 166 39 1 57 176 311
16 84 90162 40 1 69 183 3 20
17 86 91 165 41 178 188 3 31
18 89 92 169 42 1 85 189 3 40
19 90 4 173 43 189192 3 51
20 91 65 177 44 1 90 1943 63
21 92 27 182 45 1 91 1963 73
22 94 99 1 88 46 1 921 9B 3 87
23 97 1 03 1 93 47 1 93 1994 01
24 99 1 07 1 98 48 1 94 2 02 4 17
25 1 00 1 12 2 04 49 1 95 2 04 4 49
S26 1 07 I 17 '2 11 50 196 209 4 60
27 1 12 1 23 2 17 51 1 97 2:20 4 75
S28 1 20 1 28 2 24 52 202 237 4 90
S291 28 1 35 2 31 53 2 10 2 59 5 24
S301 31 1 26 2 36 64 2 18 2 39 5 49
31132 1 42243 55 232 3 21 5 78
32133 146 2 50 66247 3 56605
33 134 1 48 2 57 57 270 4 206 27
34 8 36 1 50 264 58 3 14 4 31 6 50
165 136 1 538 275 59 3 67 4 636 75
36 1 89 1 67 2 81 60 4 85 4 91 7 00
87 1 43 1 63 2 90
Kioaey will be receivedin deposits oythe Company ant.
*d .a Trust. upon which interest will be allowed as fol
Uponsummover $100, irredeemable for I year, 41 pr cen
do do' 100, do 5 mos. 4 ,
do do 100, do 2 "
Win. Bard James Kent
Thomas W. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime
Wm. B. Lawrencs Nicholas Devereux
Jacob Lorillard Benj. Knower
John Duer Gulian C. Verplanck
ester Harmony Henry Brevoort; jr.
Ste'n Van Rensselaer Jonathan Goodhuo
John 0. Coster James McBride
Thomas Suffern Jchn Rathbone, Jr
John Mason F. G. Stuyvesant
6amtiel Thomsmon homas J. Oaklet
"Beniaminn L. Swan Stephen Whitney
t Stepeon Warren. John Jacob Astor.
Robert Ray, Gardner G. Hcwlapd
John Johnson Corn. W. Lawrence
WM. BARD,rrsslden
A. NICOLL,Secretary.
Dudley Atkins, -hysician to the Company. je25
The Undersigned hereby give public notice, that they
have entered into an arrangement for the exclusive sale o
the above Wines in the United States, with the authorized
Superintendent and Agent of Prince Metternich, for the
sole disposal of all the Wines of this estate. Of the I|four
qualities of these Wines now on sale, namely,
1822 Gold Seal,
1822 Red "
1825 Gold "I
1831 Yellow"
They havy received a supply, and offer for sale.
These Wines are disposed of solely in bottles, all o
which are filled, and sealed with the Prince's own seal,
under the personal direction of the Superintendant himself
on the estate. Eveiy bottle is furnished with a vignette,
and the corks are branded with the initials S J. C. W. and
bear the Prince's seal. The distinguished superiority of
theae Wine a niaces them. by universal consent, at the

U OPARTNERSHIP-The undersigned of New Haven,
GConn*,late of the firm of Brewster,- Lawrence & Co.
aof New kork, has again resumed ti's former business of
carriage making in all its branches, and having associated
with him Jonathan W. Alien, of New York, and his son
James B. Brewster, of New Haven, under the firn. ot
JAMES BREWSTER & COMPANY, hopes by then.
remitting exertions of himself and his associates, to secure
for the firm that liberal patronage which has been so ge.
gerously bestowed towartidl him for the last twenty years.
New York, April 2,1838.
THE Subscribers having taken the spacious buildings
Nos. 25 and 27 Canal street, nave opened a Repository for
the sale Carriages and Harness, where a great variety
can always be had on liberal terms. The facilities afforded
them throughttheirimanulactory in New Haven, will enable
them to execute all orders with promptness and despatch,
and respectfully solicit a share of public patronage.
New York, April 2, 1838.
CARRIAGE REPAIRING-The subscribers having
fitted utip the extensive premises Nos. 25 and 27 Canal
tsreet, are now prepared to do repairing and finishing in
all their branches, in the best manner and at the shortest
A quantity of second hand carriages will be purchased
or exchanged for new. Apply as above.
New York, April 12, 1$38. / apl6 tf
RECEIVERS' NOTICE.-The Receivers of the late
Contributionship for the Insurance of Houses and
property from Loss by Fire, hereby give notice that a fur.
their payment of twelve per cent. on account of the second
dividend, will be made on the amount of certified claims
against said Company, payable to the holders thereof, on
and after the twentieth day ot August next, at their office,
No.VS Wall street, bein- part of the assets of said Com-
pany, known as the surplus, and paid pursuant to an order
of the Court of t.hancery,dated, 28th May, 1838.
G. C. VEttPLANCK, Receivers
je21 2aw tan20 JAMES BRYAR, S ,1
*I PANY.-The Receivers of the late Eagle Fire Com-
pany of New York, having received an order of the Court
of Chancery of this State, to distribute and pay to and
among the Creditors of the said Incorporation, all and
whatever Funds, including the surplus, that may be, and
remain in their hands as such Receivers, do hereby give
notice, that unless restrained by legal measures, they will,
on and after the fourteenth day of August next, pay a
further Dividend of nine per cent. on the amount of the
Certificates issued by them, or, presenting the same at their
Office, No. 59 Wall stieet.
Dated New York, July 24(h, 1938.
E. W. LIGHT, )
THOMAS L. WELLS, Receivers.
D Jumn 27, 1838.
IVIDEND.-The Board of Directors have this day
declared a dividend of five per cent for the last six months,
payable on and af or the 2d July. Until then the Transfer
Books will be closed. By order,
je28 Im JAMES WILKIE, Secretary.

A IV[DEND.-The Board of Directors of the HOW-
". ARD INSURANCE COMPANY, have this day
declared a semi-annual dividend of five per cent. and a
surplus dividend of five per cent. on the New Capital
ztock, payable on and after 9th inst.
jy3 tinn LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
A-DIVIDEND of four per cent. has been declared on
the Stock of this Company, for the six months ending e1st
instant, and will be pain to the Stock holaers on and after
the opening of the books, on the 4th day of August next,
at the offices of the Corporation in New York arid Boston.
Boston, July ;7, 1838.
jy27 JOHN F. LORING, Treasurer.
A Brooklyn, July 25,. 1838.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND of six per cent. on
the Capital Stock, will be paid to the Stockholders, on
and alter tie 1st day of August next. By order of the
Board of Directors.
jy26 2w D. EMBURY, Cashier.
.1 TATION COMPANY.-A Dividend of three per
cent. on the Capital Mtock of this Company bas been de-
clared, payable on Monday, the 16th inst. The 'Transier
Books will be closed from the I Ith inst. until that day.
jy3 Im J. WORTHINGTON, Treasurer.
S COMPANY Y--DIVIDEND-The President and Di-
rectors have this day d-clared a dividend of Five per cent.
for the last six months, and also a surplus dividend of Five
per cent., payable at the office of the Co'npaiy, No. 46
Wall strt er, on and alter the 1Ith inmt. The transler book
will be closed from this day till the ith inst.
jy7 lm By oider, JOSEP1I STRONG, Sec'y.
T. HE Transfer Books of this Company will be closed
alter Wednesday, July 25th, and re-open on Saturday,
August 4th, in preparation for a dividend. By order of
JOHN F. LORING, Treasurer.
jy25 tau4 Transfer office, No. 1 Hanover st.
Notice is hereby a'ven to all persons interested, that
the Commissioners duly appointed to perloi min certain duties
relative to opening One hundred and sixteenth street, fiom
the Fourth to the T'ertth avenue, in the Twelfth ward of
the city of New York, have completed heir report of esti-
mate and assessment, as well ol the loss and damages
sustained by he owners and parties interested of and in the
lands arid premises required lur the said opening, as of the
benefit and adva! tageto the owners and parties interested
of and in the lands and premises not required ter the said
opening ; and that the said Commissioners have deposited
a true copy or transcript of the said estimate and assess-
ment in the premises, iii the Clerk's office in the city of
New York, for the inspection oi whomsoever it may con-
ceru ; and that objections thereto, ,f any, mukt be made in
writing, to the said Commissioriers, or either of them
with n ten days alter the first publication of this notice.
And notice is hereby further given, that the said leprt oel
estimate and assessment will be presented to the Supieme
Court of Judicature of the People of the State of New
York, at the Capiol in the city of Albany, on the eighth
day of August next, at the opening of the Court on that
day, or as soon thereafter -s counsel can be heard thereon.
New York, July 26, 1838.
ELISHA WILLIAMS, No. 70 Front street,
R. B. FOSDICK, No. 9 Hudson street,
RALPH HALL, No. 19 Cherry street,
jy25 14t Commissioners.

LICENCES-Extracts from a Law entitled "A Law
to regulate Carts and Cartmen," passed the 10th day of
August, 1833.
Sec 5 All Licenses to Cartmen shall expirejon the last
Monday of July after the date thereof.
Sec. 6. Every person, on receiving his license as cart-
man, shall pay to the Mayor, for the use of the city, the
sum of tro dollars and fifty cents; and upon the renewal
of any cartsaan's license, such person shall pay'as abfore-
said, the sum of filty cents.
In conlbrmity therewith, the cartmnen are hereby requir-
ed to ienew their Licenses at the Mayor's Office, City Hall,
to commence on Wednesday, the 1st day of August, 1888,
at 10 o'clock, a. m. four classes each day in succeasion, to
Wednesday, Augustl, 1 2 3 4
Thursday, do 2, 5 6 7 8
Friday, do 3, 9 10 1112
Saturday, do 4, 13 14 15 16
Monday, do 6, 17 18 19 20
Tuesday, do 7, 22 23 24 25
Wednesday, do 8, 26 27 2b k9
Thursday, do 9, 30 31 32 33
Friday, do 10, 34 3.5 36 37
Saturday, do 11, 33 39 40 41
Monday, do 13, 42 43 44 45
Tuesday, do 14, 46 47 48 49
Wednesday, do 15, 50 51 52 53
Thursday, do 16, 54 55 56 57
Friday, do 17, 58 59 60 61
Saturday, do IS, 62 63 64 65
Monday, do 20, 21 Hay Class.
The following Rules aie to be observed by thie Cartmen ;
e1st. EachL t;art must have the number new arid plainly
painted on both sides of the shafts, with black oil paint
upon a white ground.
2d. Each Cartman, on the day designated for his class,
must appear with his horse and cart at the north-west side
of the Park, ranging in a single line from the corner of
Chambers street, South, giving a space around each, in or-
der that the Superintendent or Inspector may examine the
numbers and conditions of the carts, &c.
3d. Each Cartman must produce his present license, in
order that it may be renewed
4th. Every Cartmai %%ho shali neglect to appear on the
day designated for his class, or shall appear without his
number new and nlainlv sainted, as directed by law, will

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jSADEIRA WINES-In pipes, nnus, qr cases an
f.ft half do, choice south side wine received per brig
lyanough, from Madeira. Also, in pipes, qr casks and hal'
do. per brig Odessa, from Madeira. Also, in pipes, hhds
qr casks and half do, per brig Shananen, from Madeiraf
Also, in butts, pioes, hhds, qr casks and half do, per ship
Hope, via Calcutta
In store-butts, pipes, hhds, qr caks, half do, ann oot-
ties, the greater part wines of the highest grade, having
been selected with greatcare.
SHERRY WINES-Pale and brown, in pipes, hhds, qr
casks, half do, and bottles, received per 'ate arrivals.
PORT WINES-Of different qualities and brands, in
pipes, hhds, qr casks and bottles.
CHAMPAGNE WINES-UOf the Grape, Anchor, Joly,
Emperor, Ocil de Perdrix, and other favorite brands,
with lead caps and silver foil.
CLARET WINES-Of the most approved brands,in cases
ot one dozen, Sautern, Old Hock, Burgundy, Mus-
cat, &C.
LONUON PORTER-LondonPorter and Brovmn Stout,
quarts an-l pints; London Pale Ale, do; Burton and
Scotch do.
SPANISH SEGARS-Of thechoicest brands, whole, half
and qr hoxes; also, Principe and Trabuca Segars. For
sale in quantities to suit purchasers, and on favorable
terms, bv RO BERT GRACIE, 28 Briad st.
Orders for Wines of every description addressed as
above, will receive attention, and forwarded to any part of
he United States. fe5
sOOERS & CO. offer for sale-
a 50 tons clean Russia Hemp, 20 tons red Sanders
400 rolls 6-4 and 4 4 Canton Matting, plain
460 131b boxes Imperial Tea
8 cases Ponsees
8 cases Pearl Buttons
French Wines in casks and boxes
Champagne Wine, sundry brand&' fe7
W INES.-Macde.ras, Sherries, Port, in great variety,
some of which are of very superior quality, in
demijohns, bottled, in casks, and on drught. Clarets--
A large assortment, much of low price and good quality.
Rhenisli antd Moselle, Sauterne, Red and White Hermit-
age, Burgundy. Champagne, &c., and L. P. Tenerifft
Sicily Madeira, Lisbon, Canary, with a general assortment
of Brandies and fine Liquors, lot sale by
R. H-. ATWELL, 381 Broadway,
jel9 corner of White street.
i RACIEl & SARGENT, 2 Hanover street, offer for
LN sale.
Madeira Wine 748 sixthcasks, 450 Indian barrels.
Rousillon do. 174 hdl: pipos, 180 qr casas 120 bbls.
Malaga do 680 qr casks 43U Indian bbls.
Chainmagne, 800 baskets Lily brand, quarts.
Do 100 do do pints.
Do. 600 do do Steamboat do'quarts
Do. 400 do do Forest Forneaux.
Claret, 15 hhds.: Port Wine, 2 pipes. my3
E ENGLISH P1l LES, CHEESE,&c.--B cases Eng
hAlish fickles, consisting of Pickled Walnuts, Gher
kins, Onions, &c
20 cases finest Mustard, in pound, halfand qr Ib bottler.
10 do London Sauces, consisting of Essence of Al
chovies, Quin, Reading, Harvey & Cavice Sauce,
Mushroom &Walnut Catsup.

t OWLAND & ASPINWALL offel for sale at No 54
I and 55 South street.
Sugar-200 boxes A Boston Refined Loaf Sugar, 100 bbls.
crushed do do do ; 8u do Puerto Rico do
Wine-A full assortment of pale and brown Sherry ; also,
old Ma ieira. in butts, hhds and qr. casks; 100 qr
casks San Lucar ; 10- Indian beis do; 4 pipes prime
old Port Wine ; 50 Indian bis sweet Malaga; 100 do
do Muscat; 190 qr casks Calabria Port.
Dye W ood-300 tons bright Lima Wood ; 400 do do Cam-
peachy Logwood.
Hemp-150 bales Sisal Hernp.
Sponges--5o bales Smyrna Sponges.
Straw-- eases Cut Straw.
Cassia-16u cases Cassia, In half pidul cases.
Wool-100 bales assorted Barbary ; 100 do do Greclani;
30 do do Bengaza.
'Tobacco-159 bales prime Cuba Leaf Tobacco.
Pimento-10u bags Pimento.
Cordage-90 coils assorted Bolt Rope.
Matting-i15S pieces 4-4 and 6- Canton Matting.
Maraclhinio- 40 cases, 1 dozen bottles each.
Fur Seal Skins-3000 assorted Clapmatches and Bulls,
Fruit-!000 boxes fresh Messina Lemons
Rags-40 bales Messina Rags.
Pig Iron-Ioo0 tons No. 1 American Pig Iron ; 60 do No. 2
do do do ; 100 do No.l British do do.
Tin Plates-100 cases assorted Tin Plates.
Fenez:o Sewing Silk-A small invoice just received, red,
blue and lack letter Sewing Silk.
Stone Blue-2 cases Stone Blue.
Copper-17 pigs Mexican Copper. jel4
,., OtiERS S CO. 55 Wall street, have on 'iand and
K offer bfor sale the following Merchandise onlineral
Hemp-200 tons Russia Hamp
60 do do Outshot, 40 do do Cedilla
400 bales Manilla
ron-1I0 tons PSI old Sable
Teas-2600 5 and 10 catty boxes Imperial
100 can's boxes do do
2000 5 and 10 catty boxes Gunpowder
100 canisters boxes do
4000 5 and 10 catty do Hyson
8 chestschoice Hyson, 5 do do Souchong
Matting-1000rolls superior plain 4-4 and 6-4
Fans--15 cases Silk and Feather
Silks-5 cases white Pongees, 2 do do do Hdkfs
2 do crimson do do
2 do scarlet and white do do, I do do do,figured
2 do black Sarsnets
Fire Crackers-500 boxes, each 50 packs
Nutmegs-3 casks superior
Rattanrs-3 tons No 1 Rattans
Red Saunders-20 do Wood, from Calcutta
Straw- I case unmanufactured
Coral-. do manufactured, forjewellers orexportation
Mats-3000 Russia Mats
Wot iObales Picked Buenos Ayres Wool, 1st, 2d,Iand
3d quality
Wines-1000 baskets Champaign-Cock, Windmill, Ay
Phenix and Lacoste brands
160 hds Claret-Medoc, St Julien, Palmer, Pauil
lac, St Estephe, Braum Mouton, &c
300 cases Sauterne
500 do Claret-Delbcs, Leoville and St Julien
100 do Hermitage, red; 100 do Muscat
Some very choice lots of the above wines
35 cases choice Cr.ateau Margaux
46 hhds Vin de Grave
100 baskets sparkling Burgundy
10OcasesRomanee; 10Odo Chambertin
400 baskets Cock brand, pts and qts, Champaign
100 do MareschalNey, Istimportation.
Roll Brimstone-31 hds
Hair Seating-0 bales
Curled Hair-2 hds nil
G iRINNELL MINTURN & CO., 134 Front street,
have for sale-
200 cases English Sheathing Copper, assorted sizes,
from 14 to 32oz,
350 English Hoes; 30 bales Mobile Cotton
2 cases Tortoise Shell
100 bales Calcutta Hides; 50 cases Manillia Indigo
100 casks Gum Senegal
100 casks Omb< ) Madder
500 bags Crud, Ginger; 2000 bags Saltpetre
140 bales Jute: 590 do Manilla hemp
:30 cases Grass Cloths
200 cases China Silks, comprising an assortmentof
black and white Goods, Sewings, &c.
l 75 qr. casks Lisoon White Wine; 130 bags Sago
10,000 bushels German red Wheat
1000 bIs Danish Flour, entitled to debenture
70 bales Printing Cloths
30 bales4 4 brown Shirtings: 10 cases Printed Satinet.
1100 Australian Sheep Skins
2400 gallon s Teal Seed Oil; 300 boxes Sperm Candles
t1000 bis Whale Oil, 10,000 lbs. Whalebone
10,000 gallons Winter and Fall Oil
TEAS-Young Hyson and Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; Gunpowder and Imperial, in half chests, cases
and boxes, balance ex ship Oneida je25
SItACIE at SARGEN r, 2,Hanover street, onler 10to
IL sale-174 half pipes Roussillon
180 quarter casks do
120 barrels- do
748 sixth barrels Madeira
4150 tndian barrels ,do
650 sixth oarreis Malaga Wine
430 Indian do do do
16 hhds Claret Wine
500 cases do do St Julien
00 do do do Larose
300 do do do St Emillion
250 do do do Monferraud
000 baskets Champagne, "Lliy' brand
600 do do "Steamboat" brand
400 do do Forest Fourneaux
15 pipes Gin, Eagle brand
20 half qr casks Madeira r
30 cases Muscat; -2 bls Brandy
2 bis old" St George" Wine
30.C Horse Hides
5 bales Horse Hair au4 ti

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t |AVIS, BRt)OKS t CO. 19 and 21 Broad street, off
.J' for sale, on favorableterms-
IRON-30o tons Eni.itiA Bar Iron, assorted, flat, round
200 tons Swedes lion, common and extra sizes
150 do old and new Sable Iron
1500 bundles English SheetIron, assorted, Nos. 12
to 27
1200 packs 1Ist quality, Russia Sheet Iron
650 tons ttailroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pig Irun, of approved stamps
50 do Boiler Plate, English and American
TIN PLA'l ES--3000 boxes Tin Plates, most approved
brands, jX and extra sizes
1000 ingots Banca Tin
CHAIN CABLES-50 tons of Griffith & Lewis' proved
patent Chain Cables,assortued, jinchto 1 inch,
with full supplies of apparatus
BRASS KETTLE S-80 casks, assorted, from 1 to 16 of
best German make
NAILS-1000 casks assorted, Wareham manufacture.
HEMP-100 ,ons clean Russia Hemp; also, 50 tons East
India Jute Hemp.
CORDAG.-IUoo coils Island 2d quality Russia Cordage
assorted, j to 6 inch-entitled to debenture.
D'JCK, &c.-1800 ps. light and heavy Ravens-200 ps.
Russia Sheetings.
BAGGING-50 rolls; also. 500 coils bale Rope.
FLAX-100 bales water rotted Flax.
WINES-Malaga, dry and sweet, and Muscat Wine in
qr. casks and bbls., also, Sherry, Port, Madeira,
and Claret, in woodand bottles ; also, 3000 bkts.
Champagne Wines, "Ruinart" and other brands.
70 cases Bengal Indigo, entitled to deb
250 bales green and dry salted Buffalo tildes
20 do Cawnpore and Madras Goat Skins
2500 bags Salpetie, 1st and 2d quality
2000 bags Race Ginger
300 bales Jute; 200 bales Munjeet
300 do large, medium ano small Gunny Bags
50 do Gunny Cloth, 42 Inchee wide
30 do Safflower;' attbalea gSauia
850 cases garnet, liver and orange Shellac
'00 do Lac Dye
10 do GumTragacanth
10 bales Coir Mats
25 cases containing 50 carboys Castor Oil
150 rolls 4.4 white floor Matting
20oo0u boxes Fire Crackers
10 cases Cassia Oil
1000 mats Cassia, 67 Ibs each
TEAS-10,000 pkgs. green and black Tea, consisting of
Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson, Souchong
and Hyson Skin,in 6L& 13 b. boxes, 24lb. cases,
chests and half chests.
SILKS & SHAWLS-90 cases Choppa Romals, large,
medium, and small size--0 cases large and
small Bandannas; also, 60 cases black Sarsnets,
Synchews, Levantines, Lustrings and Satins-
white and crimson Pongee Hdkfs., Suchan Pon.
gees and black Hdkfs; also, 10 cases Canton
Crape Shawls, 3 Cashmere do.
RIO COFFEE-5500 bags 1st quality of new crop Rio
ALSO 6 chests Turxey Opium, put up for the London
50 bales Brazil Ipecac. mn, a2
I. ES, Sic.-5'JO dozen d adeira ot various brandl
and vintages, fiHom 7 to 60 yearsoid.
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do do do do
100 do Port, of superior quality.
t00 cases Claret, including Chateau Margaux, Palme.
Margaux, La Fitt,, St.Julien, LaToior, &o.,&c
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac, &c.
00 do Vin de Graves
100 do Burgundy, Romanee, ContLiJhambertin, &c
lOb do Hermitage, rea and white.
100 do Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
-)00 do Champagne,Clicquotand other favoritebiands.
tOO do thenish, Hockheimer, Johannesberger, Rudes.
aeiuier, Marcobrunner, Liebtraumilch, &c. Mo
100 do Canary,. minstantia Musenat, Cyprus, Sweet and
Dry Lisbr n, iMalaga, St. Lucar, &c.
Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Du Puy & Co ano
Seienette ; old Mountain Dew and Irish Whiskey ; reach
and-White Brandy; East India Arrack ; Shrub; Metheg-
Iin ; Old Jamaica Rum, Old Gin, and a complete assort-
ment of Cordials and L.iquors say Martinique, Cote St.
Andre, Cutacoa, Maraschino, Aosolio, Stc.
The most ol the above forsale on draft asweli asi tbo
tie. by BUNKER & CO., 13 Maiden Lane. ml

Wihe Greek Synonym is affixed to the most important same root. and constitute in all respects, one family; and and useful Work foor Families,recently publishedby-
words thus facilitating by comparison the critical acquisi- the discipline will e entirely of the parental kind. Every July 27 S. COLMAN, 141 Nassau street.
ton of both languages. A L.tin definition is also often reasoiaole exertion will be made to render the institution
adjoined, which adds much to its value for the mature pleasant and comfortable, the studies interesting and AREY ON DOMESTIC HAPPINESS-Praptical
adjoined, which adds much to lar.s value for the agreeable, and to promote the health and happiness of the Rules for the promotion of Domestic Happinels ;
In the matter ftypography, it is believed to be the most pupil., containing Rules for the Married; Essay on the Relations
accurate work ofits size that has ever been issued from the The m" ral welfare ofyonuth being always a consideration of Masters, and Miatresaes, and Domestics; Rules fo
Samerican press, and to be in every repece worthy the pa of the first importance, it will be an object of solicitude Moral Education ; Essay on Fashions, and on the perni-
Stronage ofthe public. For sale by with the Principals to brirg their pupils to conduct them- cio.us effect. of the pse of Corsets ; with various other fu-
I D..rPPLIoTON & p0., at their Theological selves under tie salutary influenc- of moral and religious. gitive articles; by M. Carey, M. A. P. S.
jyl8 arid Classical Bookstore,200 Broadway. principles, without interfering at all with the tenets of pal Just published, and for sale by
jy8 ndClsicl oostr,20 ro~da. S ^S r ^^^mY27 wth ISRA'EL POS'I, !18 Bowery.
ticular denominations- Each pupil must be provided with jy27 ISRAEL POS'I, 8 Bowery.
l OR SALE by U ULD & NEWMAN, corner o a Bible, and will be required to attend at family prayers LOXAM'S PttINCIPIES OF GOTHIC ECCLE.
i3 Fulton and Nassau streets- morning a and evening, and public worship on the Sabbath SIAST'ICAL ARCHITECTURE, elucidated;
S laternal Love, or, Letters Addressed to a Companion of in one (f the churches (of which there are four) in the vil- 12mo. third edition. For sale by
her Childhood ; by a Mother lage-such place as may be agreeable to the wishes of jy27 WM. A. COLM? N, No. 205 Broadway.
Letters on Theion and Aspasia, addressed tothe Author; parents or guardians. aerL wse
by Robert Anderson, from the fourth Edinburgh edition. The system of education pursued in this institution is do- I TILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broadway, havejusi in-
lO1xe thing is needful.] signed t rea the pupil for te active duties of life, or WV ported Irom L rudor,, TREDGOLD ON THE
> '[Onethinisneedful~lsigned to) prepare the pupil for triwe a tive^ ^ iaA-ENIE Th$team-Engine, its Invention,
A C. ncise reatise on Commercial Bookkeeping, eluci- for a course at professional or collegiate studies, and if de STEAM-ENGINE. Thi Steam-Engine, st Invention,
an a IvetiatonstksPdcile fo NavigaonM-
Sdating the principles and practice of double entry, and the sired, for any degreeof collegiate advancement. The stu- and an Invtures, a nd Railways. By Thomas Tredgold, C. E.P
mu merntmhodsut arranging mercl.ants'accounts ^ ^^^ ^ by B.e vi ^
modern methods ,A arranging merchants' accounts, by B. dies embraced in the plan so tine Seminary, and which will Memerof the Institution y TCihomEnho ea s Ed ld
F. Foster. jy20 bo pursued by t0iP Dnnpii sIarinrdinr to the wishes of parentsMnbgineers. Enlarged
ILIWY SLPU I AAM, 16, Broadway, has received or the discretion of the Principals, are- and edited by W. S. B Woolhouse, Esq. F. R. A. S,
froui Lonidn, HEATH'S SHAKSPLARE GAL- Orthography, Reading, english Grammar, Rhetoric Part I. with 60 plates. j,27
LERY. Astronomy, History, Composition, and Elocution ; Aritli- RACTICAL PERSPECTIVE, for the use of Stu.
'I he Shakspeare Gallery, containing the principal metic, Algebra, Mensuration, Geometry, Trigonometry, dents. Translated from the French of T. S. The.
female characters in the plays of the great poet, engraved Surveying, Penmanship, and Bookkeeping ; Chymistry, not, by one of his pupils. Published and for sale by
in the most highly-flacshed manner, from drawings by the Natural Ph Iosophy, Botaniy, Geoloey, Mineralogy, and jy2a WM. JACKSON, 102 Broadway.
Sinthe most highly-fiuished manner, from drawings, by the Natur-al History ; Latin. Greek, Hebrew, French, and
First artists, under the direction of Mr. Charles Heath;com- Natural History; LatinGreek, Hebrew, French, and
plete in 1 vol. royal, 8vo. splendidly colored in morocco. Spanish Languages; Greek and Roman Antiquities; An- ERMbNg ON THE LORD'S PRAYER-By Irc
jycoident Geographry and Myth,'logy, Ry A. WORCERTRn, 'z :
Y0 The Principals wish it distinctly understood, that no I. On the true object of Worship.
ARTIN'S MIL, ON-D. APPLETON &S CO. have branch is professed to be taught which will not be taught II. Nature of Worship.
5 JAnow for sale t their European and American 3ook- in the most thorough manner. III Obedience to Truth.
store, 200 Broadway, the splendid London edition of the The plan adopted is- designed not merelyto advance and IV. Regeneration of the Will.
paradise Lost of Milton, with Illustrations, by John Mar- perfect the pupilifn the bnancieastJdied, but to develop V. Dependence.
tin .... ristinz twenty-four beautiful Mezzotinto Engrav- and instruct the judgment, to enlighten the un derstan.d- VI. Nature andPrinciples of Forgiveness,


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C ARY & t;O 90 Pine street, offer tor sale -
CHINA SILKS-300 cases, comprising Black Sars-
nets, Black Sinchews, Black Hdkis., Black Levan-
tines, Black Satins, Embroidered Crape Snawls, White
Pongees, White and Crimson Pongee Hdkfs., Sewings,
,lack, Blue, and assorted; Suchan Pongees, cross-barred
Hdkfs., Lustdrine Hdkfs, entitledto debenture
NANKEENS-90 cases Nankin Dye, entitedtc deben
lure, just landed from Canton.
FLOR MATTING-25o rolls of white red and
TEAS-Gunpowder, Imperial, Hyson, Young Hyson
in chests. half cheats, cannisoals and boxes Soq.qhong in
chests and 80 lb. rnoxes; Hy.-'kiiln chests, '"1onky in
chests and half chests: a portion of these Teas are of prime
WINE--London Particutar, India MarKet and uargo
Teneriffe Wine in hhds. and quarter casks, entitled to de
benture, all of "Carpenter & Co.'s, brand.
GUM TRAGACANTH-3 cases of superior quality.
SPONGES-3 sacks from Smyrna.
OIL STUNES-200 boxes; H-ones, 14 boxes.
DUPONT'S GUNPOWDER.-A constantsupply of
tnis favorite sporting Eagle Gunpowder in kegs and can
nisters, F, FF, FFF, glazed and rough, as agents for Lhe
manufacturers. jel3
IE itKKIMLUNT CH XMPAIUN.-'t'he sub cribers
a. have, after a careful comparison made by them in
France In the Champaign districts, selected the Wines of
the estate nof "'lie Brimont," and which they now have the
pleasure ofofferine tothe public as a rich and fruity Wine,
and possessing all the qualities which characterize the
highest grade of Champaign. From the uperiority and
gieat extent of the stock of this estate, a unif rrntyof
quality and regularity of supply is assured to purchasers.
The Wine is put up in the bes miannrir, the bottles neatly
labelled, and the corks branded "'De Brimont," with the
family coat ol arms, and covered with zinc.
Received by recent arrivals of the above brand-
500 baskets White Sparkling Sillery, in quart bottles.
50 do do do do in pint do
100 cases Oeilde Perdrix Sillery,
which is offered to consumers and to the trade on reawona-
ble terms. A. BININGER & CO,
jv3tt 141 Broadw.iv.
j* W. BULOID, No. 199 Broadway, ofters for sale
V the following articles, in quantities, for family
Green and Black Teas
Boston double and treble Refined Loaf Sugar:-
Crushed Sugar, of extra quality ;
Martinique, Italian and Bordeuax Cordials,
Fresh Zante Currants;
Madeira Citron and Bunch Raisins,
25 boxes Starch, made to order, and of a very superior
Sperm and Mould Candles; Winter Strained Sperm Oil
French Wax Candles, Olives, Capers, Sauces, &c.
With a general assortment oft V ines and Liquors, in
wood anti glass. dll
C.HA'I'EAU LKOV1LLE, &c.-500 cases Chateau
JLeoville, vintage ofl 125, imported by the subscribers,
and which will rank with the finest description of Claret
Also, 100 dozen Palmer Margaux,
100 dozen Haut Sauterne,
200 do Chateau, LafiALe, of various vintages and
15 hhds of St. Julien, Imported expressly for summer
use, being a light, pure and an agreeable
Wine For sale by
jel9 A. BININGER & CO., 141 Broadway.
D UPONT'S GUNPOW DER.-Superior Sporting auc
Other kinds, for sale by the subscribers. Also, Eagle
Gunpowder, in cannisters for Sporting. Dupont's Eagle
Powder is warranted cleaner, quicker and stronger than
any other Sporting Powder, heretofore imported. The dof-
ferent kinds of Eagle Powder are all of the same quality,
being manufactured by the same process, and of materials
of equal purity ; they differ only in the size of the grain.
superfine -porting Powder Is made of two sizes, the
largest grain being designated by a red label, with stars.
Also, Gunpowder in kegs, warranted of the first quL lily
of the following kinds:
F FF and FFF glazed, FFF and FFF rough
Cannon, or 5lusketor Priming, o0
These th-ee last kinds are caJlled Navy I owder, being
of the quality manufactured lor the United States Navy.-
They answer the best for blowing rooks, on account of
their vei y great strength.
CARY & CO. 90 Pine street.
3" No Powder Is warranted genuine, but such as is
purchased from our agents, or those who are known tobe
supplied by them.
Wilmington. Del. ol7


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iL9X xUU UI 0GS 1eSubscriber VImng copilled (in con(igpent-.
A'.OUNTAIN'S FANCY sTOR .-.-lhesubscriberhas IRIVATE EPiSCOPAL INSTITUTE.-REV. W selling his extensive aw iad rich stock ofse, fancyis goods
received the following articles, which wiihbe offered P F. WALKER, A. M., Principal ant Proprietor.- and genuine imported perfumery, at veay reouced
reasonably: 'I'Lie Principal o1 this Institution, grateful for the pat) on- prices. e takes this occasion to return his dncere
Second Mourning Calicoes; Mousselain de Laine; black age received the current year, a d to. the very general ap- ank to hicustomers h0 have o eturlong and ib erally
do: colored ground Muslins; Chahys arid Mousslain die probation within which his plan has been received, begs patronized him, anl solicits a cEAnthiotuancd t the same
Lane, desirable patter.,s ; figured and plain Silks ar.d leave again to bring It to the notice ol that portion of the favors, t enable him to wind up his business. Those sis-
Sat'ns; rich white figured Silks and Satins, for wedding public who desire tor their sons a sound, practical, and poaedtoputchase are assured that great inducements will
dresses. Also, ieal b lond Lace Veils and Scarfs, for do; christian education. beoffere with rpct to Prices. The stock consists of
Embroidered Cambric Hdkis; Capes ad Codia. a; ShtawlI The first term of the second year of the Institute, will Every variety Brushs, suitable o the toilet.
of every kind; widi a general assortment of desirable commence on Tuesday, the first of May, ano with mater Shell, ivory and Hor dressing and fine Combs.
articles, all of whicin are offered at 211 Br oadway. jy20 ally extended facilities in almost every department. Es. A complete assortment of flne Pariian and London
n THE LADIS.-HU.HES & (IUYNET would sentiat additions have been made, particularly in thede Pfumery, from ,Lubin, Uueilain & Tessier-prevost of
s eHiuE cad ll Bth ao n es an d patients of Modern Languages and Civil rngineerin. Paris, and Atkinson, Smyth, and Patsy & Co. v Ludon
Ample provision has been maue to secure the most efti- and agency or Gouimlains, Amnbtogial Cream, for shaving
strangers visiting the city to their stuck of g odts, colmpri- cient instructionin French, Spanish, and hItalian;a dand in dUeIRe, r

Aso',i an larg sie assortment of every variety of the news SUPERcse^ ^^ ~ e S .IOR^ O WORK~t vix.
sitg a large assortm ent of every Va Oetie of the newest Civil Engineering, by placgthat department under Prof. Rodger's Razors of peculiar quality id shapemade exI
styles of Sill Gtods Chalies and Mousselines de Lame, cA.aton, ts lonrig and well known blaster. presaly for this establishment, and guaraiteedwhen old -
Paris nluslins and Camkics, Embroideries and Lice The build i gl br the institute are ow allcomiletedand Rodgers fine Scissors, I I and PocketKnives, ir
Goods, white and black B oend Veils ard Voihttes, Drap were erected for the putn pose to whi ,.h they are devoed.-r, Knives, Nail earl Coiufles, Desk Knides and eratos

'Exean 3t mbazy e U H oSiey GlovYNes, F5 ran way Hdk nd Kniveigansesie Nailhlu andw Ioniils Deskm h Knve ronod Ersors. f
d Ee adombazines, hosiery, Gloves, Fancy H fsThey are new, spacious, atidsightly;andtare fittedupona FineBelt and PocketPistols.
Saraec.Sconvenience ofnan, inda neatness of style, v,%hiLh are notINLA oRULnvaOD WORK, viz.
Also, an extensive assortmeLt of every variety of long exceeded. 'hey comprse accomiodations fr foriy-lour Furnishd and unfurnished Work Boxes, some with
and square Shawls. No.264 Broadway. je23 I1w pupis, rooming in pairs-the Instruct is---the Principal Music, Desks, Cabinets contarng desk, Jew, lleiy box and
ENTIE.VENS DYED ANi. PRINThID LLLEN andthefamily--atieneralSchoolRoom--Recitation-Room Dressing case, Handkerchief ard Glove boxes, Aegg
HDKFS-An entirely new article, of the best Linen --a Reading Room--a Laboratory-anrd a ChapeL Their boxes, Essence boxes, Tea caddies, &C. G e.,
Cambric, with colored grounds and takty figures. Also, location, is unisurpassed lor healthiness aud beauy. It ISe DRESSING CASES. c.
Ladies' narrow hem stitched, priteo borders arid mourn upon in euinence In the suburbs of the city, securing, by The most extensive assortment of uressrg Cases, (b -th
Rg ditto. Just received per ship Burguady, and for sale its retirement anr elevation, afreeand healhy atmosphere, for ladies and gentlemen) leather and rosewood, some of
jy2s 3t by HUGHES & GUYN ET, 254 Broadway.-, and commanding an extensive and delightul view. In superb workmanship, with silver and silver Lit luriiture,
Y geeal aStmeto in Clths, short, they possess every external advantage to render varying in price from five to seven hundred dollars, each,
1t EIe t a C AP R l' T i INt..N SHidETNS.- them attractive as seat oilearicng. Ro CELLANEOUS.
The subscribers have List opened Grounds are connected with the establishment which are Souvenlirs anid Car Cases, Snuff Boxes, Silk Purses,
2 baleb 10-4Scotch Liten Sheeting, ample and beautiful aaffordinrg full scopeforecreation and some very elegant, Carved vory goods (from Canton) oi
2 do I1124 do do do, amplemand euiuL ceo vr os'rmCno'o
.Whch they offer at less than cost ofimportat'on. hus telel aomdid saeofulat rit un- every descriptionggold arid silver Pencil t.ases, Backgam-
,,Whichthey offer atpessthanocost of ris.oo "u Ts, the accommodations are so full,vas to renderit u e- mon Boamst ano Mien, Playing Cards, Lao and s ahist
AISo-A full assortmei t of Housekeeping Dry Goods, necessary for the pupils to have any communication with onern dBae tunes ayi ds aLeoadChwitte

ai:' dzen Jn~n~r^C^Spatt2n madeTCan rl and eligius sidies, dapte uouentapui,.$aotteedotresmportace odsuch e madeialraaitsharacer an
Curtain stuffs; materials tor coverii.g Fuincture, in Ia- the city.a oun esaeos aprea e n aishiow n
ip every variety, together with a rich assustment at' fancy
apestryeSattin Damask, colored Hair 'lotus; all of which The Institution is carried on by the Principal, and five articles from ienn o Paerts and ith la )nthn, suitable onr prej
are ofAiereTNd at very ow prices assistants of character and experience in the profession. sent u t i
JAMES PATON & CO. 240 Broadway, Its detigin is, to impart a thorough at d practical educa H.s ad toonumeros to partlculaste.
street. ticnupoal dhuciddy IH. C. HARI
imyls corner of Murray street Lion, upon decidedly charietian p ainciples-to unite sound myl 173 Brr'wraycoroner ofCourtlanldt, at
RAVELLING UDiRtSvES, &c.-J. 6. FUU'I'AIN learning aith pure religion. -
adjoiningg the American Hotel) 231 Broadway, has Itis conducted upon the plan of a wellregulated Chrisa IuMPORTAN1 O 610 :IP OWNEat, BUILDEr Sp,
on hand a general assortment of Mei no Cloths, Drap de Can family lor the nime,tnesadopted home of ts members. i RAILWAY COMPANIES, AND PACKE rS.-By
Ete; and also, Real Thibet Wool Cloths, 8-4 wide. and all The government is, therefore, strictly parental. his fMajesty's Royal'Letters Patent-Stainbriauge, Mar-
of the desirable colors for travelling dresses for ladies, and In agreement with the natural constiuto Colthe pupil shall, Williams & Co., maufactureres of Artificial Skrns,
summer wear for gentlemen. the school is arranged in three departments, the Mioral, Lamb's Buildings, Bunohilt Row, London. The manufac-
Also, colored Bombazines, superfine, for the above use. heIntellectual, a nid the Physical lurers, in offering Artificial Skins as an improved Patent
Also, Canton Camiphor Wood Trt nsks. jc26 The Moral Department, which involves the government, Sheathing to the no:ei of Ship owners So ip Builders, and
SSHINdrt AND BATHING GARMNT a.--A foe aissupplied by the Principal. It embraces aim course of meo others, deem it unnecessary tosay anything with' regard
dozen Csan Ar asi sB Cn loth Pan oons, woadred C nral and religiotnis studies, adapted to each pupil. To the to the importance of such a material, as its character avid
dozen Canton Grass Cloth Pantaloons, made n an Holy Scriptures constant reference is made, as the foun- uses are now so well appreciated, that o ship owner will
ton, large and well adapted to the aLove named purposes dartion on which alone may be built a solid and enduring endanger his property, or the lives of the tseamen, on the
as they are ithin and may be rolled upi and put in the po- chanacrer, attend as the only sai and proper basis r of Paris- rcean, without The protection which such a material is
zen farie uae ttyl Ctientoi Gans Jaucet As wohih, weit do a nan education. The views eo scripture truI h, and of reli- calculated to afford. Since its Initroductlon, In proof of the
zen fine quality Cnto Grass Jackets which will answer gou duty press ented, are in strict accordanHce with the entimation n which is held, nt any vessel has been
forthesame r other wear, where a roundabout would be doctrines, discipline, and worship of the Protestant ps sheathed in London without using it.
admitted, for sale wholesale or retail by dcraeh c ipine, and ornsh ntende Por oesnhis d Fo "TheaPatent Sheathing nowsu ersed t I adomuo l
LANE & VAN ZANDT, at 14 Maiden lane, oralhuch. It is therconstant endeavor in th a de h e Pn ati n oe isray o much Ion
LAvat & VANt Supende at 1M department to win over to thire Saiviour and to lil body-u get, stronger, and more fibrous substances thanpres, and
jelS5 up stai, the C hupc- the first ad strongest sections of the youth- will bear much greater extension under water In case of a
SEN's UNDEt GAil v E S. -LAi,6L a. VN ful heart. aseam opening; and with Its peculiar properties for rest.is
_4A ZANDT, at 14 Maiden Lane, have now completed The Intellectual Department embraces all the ordinary fing t e worm, its evenness and uniformity under copper,
their assortimei of goov s in their line for the spring and English branches peussary to business and commercial as well as other qualities, render t the most valuable ar-
summerusei and their long experienceinthe business ena- pursuiis; additional facilities por instructon in the higher ticleever used. lagiketise posseseshe advantage ,f be-
bles them to offer a very desirablesand varied assortment of departments o learning, with reference to College require.- ing easily separatedafter having been packed or laid to
Under Garments, and other articles of men's apparel merits, to Teaching, the Proessionis, and Civil Engineer- gether for any length of time, which is also important Itr
They have Ior the head, silk, spun silk, cotton, worsted, in ; also in Drawing, and the Modern Languiagel. It is shipping.
and woolen Night aud Lounriog Caps; for the neck, the conducted by the Principal and assistants, and by suchi- The price is now reduced to one fifth of the old land
best and richest fancy and black Stocks and Cravats; for masters as it is necessary from time to time to employ. made Felt, and less thanhalf of theprice of Felts now in
the hands, the best goat skin, silk, cott n, linen, and other Instruction in this department is specially directed to the use. It is manuferetured 80 inches Wide, if aty lengths
Gloves; for the feet, silk, spun silk, cotton, worsted aid understanding. It is the endeavor here to improve and required, and sold at 8 pence per yard, each yard contain.
merino Hose ard Half Hose, for substantial wear with strengthentie thinking powers. The pupils. therefore', ing near ly, two sheets of Felt.
boots, and occasions of dress; Ior the body, a very great are tau ghrsthe rationale of whatever comes before thein; For Rotfling, Out-Buildings, Shedst &c. it is superior to
variety o sizes arid substances of silk and spun silk, cotton uore attention is paid to principles than rules. Particular either sheatt.ing or oofieng paper, ord will ,coveer double
and gauze cotton, worsLed and gauze worsted, merino and regard is tiad to the Intendedfuture destination of the pu the surface at the same costa; it i ilso more t.aible s and
auze merino, linen and lambs' wool Shirts and Drawers; pil, arnd his education is directed accordingly. He may not liable to crack with the changes of temperature, and
jnen and cotton, nd linen Dress hints, adce in the be-t befitted for the Counting Room, or Engineering, for Lat. can be made awIy lengths required.'
nianner and of the best materials, done up and ready for ege, for Teaching,or fior the study of thre Prolessionas. It has been successfully used for packing,
ilmmediam use in boxes ofonde dozen each u plain and fan Tihoe Phyvtesal Derartment ta intended for exercise and For always it has superseded the common elt, i which
cy Spittalfield's rocket Handk rchief; cambric do; silk health. It is superintended always by a master, who hai being spungy, causes it to give very much; the- Patent
Cravat stiffoers; Elastic Suspenders and Riding Belts; tiLe supervision and direction ofthe pupils in all hours not" Sheathing, on the contrary, being so well pressed, and
grass cloth Jackets and Pa.italoons i Morning Gowns, &c. taken up in the exercises of the school, and instructs in containing so large a proportion of fibre, gives both el~stl-
For sale woleule anid retail, mvl 7 agreeable and useful exercises, promorive of health and city aad substance, and can bt cutto any-Width adiLenlpb.
E b sie r ar happiness. It forms a bed for the Rails to ilay on, a.d prevents tnap
,vHE subscribers are constanly receiving the ne t tt ion is paid to manners and habits pitig ; assists thelevels, and deaoens the tlma of the cari
a styles ,f every variety 1 e Fancy and Staple Dry Diligent attention sto the performance of duties, and proh lae ee parsing over.

Good, cwonxsistEiEng. ~ in-A part of-- Digpertive andtentioncd to t e perrmnce of dutipaes, and pro iagesasilng-i aoyepr. net an eve ela. an ad.
aGoods, consisting in part of- e priety of deportment, are expectedof allwho become mema- Twenty cases of Ithe above article-for sale by
elain ad Stlinure d PoaIte d e Soies bers of the institution. jyl0 E. K. COLLINS & CO 6 Soutih sat. Nt. Y.
Paris Brocade Silks an Mousselines de Sole, A daily report of the deficiencies of pupils in their sev d

Paris Bocae q Salksy and Nosmallpiners deflight an dar aycsbmdeortepplnrwlayexndues o he t Vie asi PULIHE AND BoyKTeSnraiaaELLodtER
Jetand blue black Poultete Soles and Sati.s, eral classes is kept by each teacher which is weekly ub- S COLMAN, PUBLISHER AND BOOKSELLER
t blue ac Boo azne ands pesi, pmitted by the principal to each purii; and, at the eira- No. 141 Nassau street, begs leave particularly to
Jet and 4s buer ark Bs ad C ,are ns o0 gnu aaabe f ye., in invite the ateition of Parerita and others,desirous t of hav-
Chaliesan eand Mousselines ide Laine,d ae ion of lout weks, to the parents or gu ardians of rhe, in g useful and pleasant.Boks for the youth of the United
P arisEmbroideriesThe issio of pupi s restricted to no particularort States, to the following valuable Works :-Parley's U.ni-
French Printed Cambrics and Muslndsatnsr, The admic of puebraes t toy-i noeksti versal Histori complete in 2 Vols. TIr ti highestcommen.
Linen Cmbrisd and Lawns, age. datoons have been received Iros those wel cquaf ts l
Sl lT a d Cotton Hosiery, i he domestic arrangement of this establishment In su e js d at; n ha' ve'er recio r g w om areour bes eaellau hand to
Fancy Scarfs, Hdinls, Belts, &c. &c. as to meet the approbation of parents, and to render the judge of its merits, among whom are Our bet teach ers and
jel9 Iw HUGHES & GUNNET, 254 Broadway. pupils in every respect comfortable. It is an invariable instructos h youth he following detreo are elected
rule for the pupils to fare, in all particulars, as do the in from ugl ards of fifty, as coitaiiing the gererad l vews of
(NDIA SlAA O &LINEN, &c.-J. S -bF U r AIAs has structors, antd the principal and famiJy. The meals of all the wh- le; and igthey concur in pronoucing the sevolum esto
just opened a new assornmentsofunbleached anrd white are taken at one table. to h a xceedonsy witl writt en and admirably adapted to
grass linen It o ladies' dresses. Alo, Canton Shawls, A directress is employed to take charge of the wardrobe, teach a correct Outline of universal Histor chy." ,
Trunks of Camphor wood; India Muslin; Square and log who devotes herself exclusively to that duty. From J. Baley Principal of the Young Lad ies' School,
I Shawls, and Musiins ; Real India camel's hair Shawsa Pupils have but little reasonable use for pocket money,. DearSr,-Ih0 fuli mn s dr.
and ScatIs; Real Madras Hdkfs; Pidid and figured They are supplied by the principal with a i t -necessaries,, hva he aefull m Pe trk.s
hawryP r e bavlhcg is, ainl ss L. ^. 63 .. s t Ne oersa tria ry, anki ampdelighted with the woik.n Ilhe
Shawls for avelling. Silks, Satins, Musis, Litellsann moe than these serve only createand uri art .a
EI"mbr'sirleries, Shoes, Parasols5 ,.ttd in short all the most ...ial taste.sand wa swhicl hav eoan unfavo r'able bearlog i at 9'- nuJ- 1.irti empeI' t Pt ft wes aOn i e hlS n1 ry 0e aie
de orxabie articles at very rereotiable prices,. N o. Y3i on futut a character. They will, therefore, be allowed no iatimriearid a- e from tin a, ann e n gfamin tar presen d
broadway, adjoining the Amberican Hotel. je2z money, but at the pleasure of the princial. Ti, 'rule isp time, represented. in a, mane striking, familiar, anda
Gen- xz'tZeD b 1,A E l ailk & SuS.l-A. k. SlIEW imperative and enorced, s ave expenseto Pth paSrent and rainSg a a -
.. .... _... ,o iraDly ad~ptedO toyouth i-andJ, at thle same time, interest-
.A ART have or sale a large assortment o n an.- character to the putpil. The Purser takes charge of all etet-
some Mouseteline de Laines at the following extremely low moneys intended lorthe use of the pupils, and distributes Imgto mature age. The geographical drawings, intersperot.
prices,wz:,nly on an order from the principal No accounts will in ed as the basis O f this work-are such, In fact, as shuld
Handsome quality, and small patterns of tight and dark any case, be made for the pupils, nor will ay expenditures be the basis of all history. The engravings are good-i-the
es figures numerous, atdpleasingly illnuero ative of the ma
colored Moussline de Laines, only 3s. and 3s. 6d. per ard. be incurred or them, further than the amount of money fUes anu es dresn a nd natirts The B n.

17 -~fo^telbr FrehiShle ~ Elcto sprastema eial th rs and B urcidg s ofdifferentoates and faor t sa the cbyo
Very firs do. all wool, and handsome designs, only 4s dep-.sited for their use. nHuco and thr table yreag9 enan th eJroft
and 4s 6d. per yard. The TEaas are $230 per annum, payable half yearly innogical and other tables greatly enhance the merit of the
Supeifite do. dot. only 5s. and 6s. do. advance. Requisites, such as fuel, tights, washing, mend- v'ork as a book ofrefei snce, nor will theqiestions be wih.
Elegant Pais ma"e Mlanitillas, trimmed with lace. tng, beds, being, books, stationery, &c. are furnished, out value in fixing the mind of the youhg.'-
A large asortnaoe,ft o Nett carls. and w thout extra charge. 'From Mrs. L.L Sigourney.
Every variety of French Jaconets and satin striped The academic year embraces forty-six weeks, in two Iconsideritore of ihebBstworkso Its talented and
Muslins,2s. 6d. and 3s. do. terms of twenty-three weeks each. At the expiration of indelaugable author IIs etle isclear, and its plan shows
the labor et thouiwht. Ig is based, as all such woe ka should
The above, with a large stock ofShawls, Embroideries, the first term, thlre will be a vacation of four weeks; at, bo r vhy a sdslychewiho
Gloves, Hosiery. Linens, Sheetings, Merino Cloths, &c. the expiration of the second, one of two weeks, known hbe, upon ge graphy, and judicously ceentsed with chro-
&c., are now offered at prices rruchn lower- than formerly, as fall aid spring vacations I SWrRDi, t T a COp
at No. 257 Broadway. jy3 3tms Every pupil sniuuhd have each article of his clothing dis-- a screocde as history y sn(,uld disregard wr at have beer so
tlnERYy be woun to be p of his namer fros aptly called "rs 'two eyeH',--geognaphy anid chronology.

so~~ro^ ^ e^^& GLThe.-h uanieshv t act ery m arnd w uith wilrsdithe zinnia of his; nameBL andLE possessOY reco
I t t ( rouble a exO s ot a su bscr disens e complete invent ,,ry of the whole. He should also have, I am submitting these volumes to the practical test or
l]ljust received and offer for sale, at very low prices, as iris rown pt operry, a "Bible" and a "Book of Cots daily lessons withnmychildrenm, and find them born pleasing
a iul asormen of osiryadated orts saso, co~me Pryer" 'anil instructive. Their dlivinon Into short chapters, and
aisfulliassortmen of Hoiraatdfntesaocn:o Peray: esrou of placing pupils in the Instrit ,e, of e the geerl classification, renders tergreat variety of
sising i prt viz : es-1 eiru ** o enr hi
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tire celebrated "*Belper" make. the Principal, either peranrally, or through the Post Office, S.C. is n~ow tIre sole publisher of the abOve work, and is
Derby robbed black anti white Silk do. or J. W. Mimtchll, ic.sq., 631 Cedar street, New York. prepared to suf-ply the trade and the public on favorable
English btk an-h white Silk do, of all qualities. Trony, arch 19 183 ap-2511 terms. jy23 !awis6w
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aThe def. tosi if work are given with singular pie- frthe purpose. 'rho grounds are ample, ,,ffording abort-- nulSro rahdbfoet.-ae yteR
cisioen and clearness, and will be found to be pure En-elish, d ant oiptortunity for healthy sports in the open aIr, and Dr. JOHNS o. Baltimore. Just received and may be had
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'1he length of every vowel is marked in each word; ;1Ln ie rmNwYr oteHg ad.-.y712Bawy
so th-xtthe trouble amid expense of aGradus are dispensedl rhe teachers and pupils will reside in thae family of one& W7ALuABLE TABLES 0O' CHRONOLOGY are cam-
... of the Pritncipals, eat at ,he same table, sleep under the- W priseJ in Partey'sUmrversai History. an interesting

ofie, 74 Cedarstreet, two doors .from Broaaway.

Times change, and men change, and names
which are supposed to denote principles also change,
but. the principles remain at last to rebuke the
mutations of time and of time-serving men.
",Democracy" is one of those terms that has
long ceased to signify what originally it did-and
the follower* of Jefferson, as Mr. Van Buren and
his adherents delight to call themselves, and thereby
imagine they are imposing upon the people, are as
far from walking in his footsteps, as they are faith-
ful to the path of the "iv'hstrious predecessor"
imperious, self-willed, disdaining law and consti-
tution, when in the way of his ambition or resent.
ments-in all things, the opposite of a democrat.
Take for instance the royal progress of Mr.
Van Buren to the Virginia Springs. He is re-
ceived atRichmond, Norfolk, and other places, with
drums and fifti's, and banners, and military pa-
rade-a pageant is got up-public reception-
"punch and mint.juleps"-and all in honor of the
man who vaunts himself a disciple of Thomas Jef-
ferso)n; of that Thomas Jefferson, who tickled the
people by riding up to the Capitol or the Presiden-
tiil house, on horseback, carrying his saddle
bags-without attendants-and hitching his ho. so
t o the fence till again wanted. Then the sky rang
with admiration of the simplicity and love of
equality of this apostle of democracy-and those
who rode in carriages, or thought it not at all in-
compatible with love of freedom, to be attended by
a servant, were contrasted for their aristocratic
habits with the man of the people.
But now, "the democracy" turns out with the
loyalty of the you-g Victoria's subjects, to await,
and to hail, with all sorts of honors, the pro ress
of the President from his palace to the springs.
He is not suffered to pass from stage to stage, or
steamboat to steamboat, as that shocking aristocrat,
foh Q. Adams, was wont to do, without the
slightest ceremony or parade; but, accompanied
by his suite, with his Secretaries dancing attend-
ance, he goes from honor to honor, handed from
the authorities of one city to those of another, till
he reaches the appointed station of the royal car-
riage-and-four, with servants-not a single horse
and osddle-bags-in which he is luxuriously trans-
ported to his ultimate destination.
Now, certainly, we find no fault with Mr. Van
Buren's- preference of ease, comfort and luxury,
over the more homely style of travelling of Tho-
mas Jefferson, i far otherwise, for we think it one
of the legitimate uses of wealth and station, to in-
dulge in the conveniences and refinements of life;
but we think it a mean and base hypocrisy, while
revelling in such indulgences, to affect exclusive
attachment to tie name and forms of Democracy,
end to affix, or endeavor to affix, upon opponents,
as ra reproach, their enjoyment of similar indulgen-
To the public honors shown by the citizens
of Virginia to Mr. Van Buren,considering that they
still swear by their Patriarch, we have nothing to
say, if they can reconcile them with consistency,
and due self-respect, iOn principle, however, it
seems to us, that it is always in bad keeping with
our professions of equality, and especially with our
proper exaltation of the civil over the military pro-
fession, to make military parades in honor of the
President. At the military and naval posts of the
United States, this isall very well,and is indeed pre-
scribed by regulations ; but when among his fellow
citizens not in the service, if noticed by any demon-
strations at all,it should be by demonstrations pure-
ly civil. But the democracy of the day loves
drums and trumpets, mad noise and flash, and tinsel,
and of that democracy Mr. Van Burn is a good
representative, but nevertheless, such was not the
democracy of the days of Thomas Jefferson.
Another illustration of the change in the mean-
ing of terms, is furnished by the claim of the
party in power to be considered the democratic
party, when, if that mean the party of the majori-
ty of the people, it is notorious that they are in a
very lean minority. There can be no doubt, we
apprehend, that if the people of these United
States were polled, an immensely preponderating
proportion would be found against the Administra-
tion. On this head,every election that has occurred
for the last year bears irrefutable testimony.
Another abuse of the term in question, is to be
found in the honors shewn to, and offices heaped
upon, men-members of Congress or unsuccessful
candidates therefor,-who have been rejected iby

the People. According to the theory of popular
institutions, a man in whom his immediate neigh-
bors and associates have refused to confide, ought
not to be specially selected for an office of trust
and confidence by the Chief Magistrate created by
those institutions; and yet, Senator Allen, of Ohio,
who votes and acts in direct contravention of the
will of his State, is admired, applauded and feted
by the faithful; while, in other instances, a post of
Charge d'Affaires or Public Receiver, rewards re-
jected candidates. And yet these people talk of

GusaaBRAL Jssuw's RRoaRT.-We give so much
of this report as relates to the vindication of Gene-
ral Jesup from the charge of treachery and breach
of faith, in the capture and detention of Oseola.
We are content that our readers should make up
their own opinions as to General Jesup's conduct
in that matter, but feel bound to say, that, in our
judgment, he fails to make out his justification. The
Indians came in under a white flag, and under
that flag they should have been as free to go, as to
come, if such was the impression under which they
accepted it. It is no apology, or extenuation for
treachery on the part of civilized man, that his sa-
vage foe had forfeited his parole, or surrendered by
his chiefs at a former period.
We would that the whole transaction could be
blotted from our military anna's.
The report, which is very long, gives a detailed
history of the operations of General Jesup while
commanding the army in Florida. The part to
which we have referred, after giving the result of
a council at which the Indians were informed that
all negotiations must be based upon immediate

purpose bf determining o6h a stiitable position Cto
an encampment.
He went out, and on the 17th of October re
turned, and reported that about a hundred Indian
ind as many negroes were on the way to St. Au
gustine. General Hernandez, with a detachmen
of troops, went to meet them. He met the advance
at Paliceer's Creek, and directed them to move for
ward to Fort Peyton, where it was intended the'
should encamp.
On the 20th, John Cavallo, a sub chief, a host
age who had violated his parole in May of las
year, came into St. Augustine with a message
from Powell and Coe-Hajo, stating that they ha,
encamped near the Fort, and desired to see Genera
Hernandez. S-veral negroes came in on the sam
day; from them I learned that the Indians hai
but a short time previous killed a white man
that they did not intend to leave the country ; tha
they were desirous of obtaining powder and c!oth
ing ; and, as some of the n groes expressed it, the)
had "come for no good ;" and that when they se
out for St. Augustine, a party of Miccasukeys amn
Tallahassees had started from their camp for tht
Alcchua frontier, to steal horses and drive off cat
The Indians, by their chiefs, hid surrendered t,
me by capitulation at Fort Dade, in March, 1837
and, in addition, Powell had, in May of that year
gone in to Lieutenant Colonel Harney, at For
Mellon, and had received subsistence to take hi
band to Tampa Bay. Coe-Hajo had received sub
sistence for his band for the same purpose. Tht
former, in violation of his plighted faith, not only
failed to go on himself, but prevented C e-Hajo, by
force and threats, from fulfilling his engagements
which he was attempting faithfully to do. He alsc
attempted to kill Yoholo Hajo, and unarmed her
aid or messenger, whom, in a period of peace,
had sent to communicate with Coe-Hajo and No
cose Yoholo.
As I had informed the chiefs at Fort King tha
I would hold no communication with the Semi
noles unless they should determine to emigrate ; as
I had permitted no Indian to come in for any other
purpose but to remain ; as they were all prisoners
of war, or hostages who had violated their parole
as many of them had violated the truce entered in
to at Fort King, by occupying the country east o
the St. John, by allowing predatory parties to g(
to the frontier, and by killing at least one whitt
man; and as the white flag had been allowed foi
no other purpose than to enable them to commu
nicate and come in without danger of attack frorr
our parties, it became my duty to secure them, or
being satisfied of the fact that they intended to re.
turn to their fastnesses. I accordingly required
Gen. Hernandez to seize them, and take them t(
St. Augustine ; but, notwithstanding their charac
ter as prisoners and hostages who had violated theii
parole, and who, according to the laws of war, ai
recognized by civilized nations, had forfeited theii
lives. I directed that they should be treated with
every kindness, and have every accommodation
consistent with their security.
The results of the campaign are given in tht
conclusion of the report, by which it appears thai
from December, 1836, to September, 1837, the
number of Indians and negroes killed and taken was
four hundred, only one hundred of whom were war.
riors. After the capture of Oseola, about tw(
thousand came in. Thus 2400 Indians and negroei
have been taken or killed at a cost of twenty mil-
lions, or more than $8000 apiece.
Fifty-four Indians and negroes surrendered at
Fort Mellon, in November ; sixty-five had beer
taken in small bands at different times during the
campaign; several Indians had been reported tr
have been killed by small scouting parties in Mid-
dle Florida, and the western part of East Florida
and messengers whom I had sent out to Ocklawaha
had brought into Fort King, before I left the coun-
try, tweniy-four Indians.
The number of Indians and negroes altogether,
who surrendered, or were taken by the army,from
the 4th of September, 1837, until I left Florida,
amounted to nineteen hundred and seventy-eight,
twenty-three of whom escaped, leaving nineteen
hundred and fifty-five actually secured; and I
estimated the killed at thirty-five, though I am
confident, from the admission of the chiefs, that
with those who died of their wounds, the number
of killed was mnch greater. Of this number killed
and taken, the warriors, or those capable of bear-
ing arms, exceeded six hundred.
From the time I commenced operations, in De-
cember, 1836, to the 4th of September, 1837, the
number of Indians and negroes killed and taken by
the different detachments of the army, were equal
to about four hundred, over a hundred of whom
were warriors, or men capable of bearing arms.
It will thus be seen, that during the whole pe-
riod of my command in Florida, the Indians and
negroes taken, with those who voluntarily surren-
dered, amounted to near twenty-four hundred, over
seven hundred of whom were warriors.
The villages of the Indians have all been de-
stroyed ; and their cattle, 1. rt.zs, and other stock,
with nearly all their other property, taken or de-
stroyed. The swamps and hammocks have been
every where penetrated, and the whole country
traversed irom the Georgia line to the southern ex-
tremity of Florida; and the small bands who re-
main dispersed over 'iat extensive region having
nothing of value left but their rifles.
These results, trifling as they are, compared
with those of the Creek campaign; and with public
expectation, are greatly beyond what we had
any right to hope, when we consider the nature and
extent of the country which has been the theatre of

operations, and our utter ignorance of the greater
part of it, even when we commenced the last cam,
paign. Nothing but the untiring devotion of both
officers and aso'diers to their duties, and the energy
and efficiency of the different branches of the staff,
could have enabled me to overcome the difficulties
which surrounded me, so far as to accomplish what
has been done.
If our operations have fallen short ef public ex-
pectation, it should be remembered that we were
attempting that which no other armies of our coun-
try had ever before been required to do. I and my
predecessors in command were not only required
to fight, beat and drive the enemy before us, but
to go into an unexplored wilderness, and catch
them. Neither Wayne, Harrison, nor Jackson,
was required to do this; and unless the objects to
be accomplished be the same, there can be no just
comparison as to the results.
I have the honor to be, sir, very respectfully,
your obedient servant, THOMAS S. JESUP.
To the Hon. J. R. Poinsett,
Secretary of War, Washington.
[From the Globe. I
see an article going the rounds of the Opposition
papers--the New York American, National In-
telligencer, etc.-complaining much against secret
inspectors of the revenue.
It is very natural that smugglers and law break-
ers should complain of those who detect them.-
Instead of thr-e inspectors being new in practice,
as is pretended, or got up for political objects, they
have alw-ys been employee to protect the revenue,
and especially in the late war to detect and ex-
pose, on the Canadian frontier, the traitor and the
The same party complained then, as now, and
will always complain while the laws are enforced
against them and their friends.
It is further alleged, that W. Johnson was once
one of these inspectors. If he was selected by the
collector for a temporary duty, under the old mot-
to, set a rogue to catch a rogue, he has long since
been discontinued. annd sepmm fnor so ...a....

r rJrom thee BaLtimore Chronicle,
slip was received yesterday, and comprises all th
s intelligence which we have of the election in Norti
Carolina for Governor and members of the Legis
it nature, held last Thursday.
Fayetteville. Saturday, July 28,
y f-ood news jrom Pitt County.-A passenger ii
- the stage from Tarborough, informs us that the en
5 tirelWhig Ticket for the Legislature is elected ii
3t Pitt. Last year one Whig and two Vans.
d? Also, that in Edgecombe' the vote was not full'
il ascertained, but the majority for Branch was onl3
about 3 to 1. Heretofore the Van Baren mnjorit)
Sin that cou ty has been 15 to 1.
S This is an auspicious beginning.
it P. S. Since the above was in type, the Norfoll
. Herald, of Monday, has been received by th
y steamboat Kentucky, which gives us the return
t from Washington county-two Whigs are elected
j to the Legislature, and the vote for Governorstand
a Dudley, 362-Branch 25. At the Presidentia
- election it was Whig 193--Van Buren 48.

0 [From the Southern (Miss.) ./lrgus.1
; ed up among some rubbish the other day the fol
Slowing beautiful epistle, directed to the Postmaste
of this city, which for point, and eleanceof diction
Throws altogether in the shade the productions o
any of those genlemen who compose Mr. Vat
SBuren's Cabinet. We presume Mr. Burgess, out
Y attentive Postmaster at this place, feels uncom-
Y only hur t at this very severe rebuke. Hero is thi
letter verbatim et literatim :
0 "Millport, Ala.
July 10th, 1838.
S Sir-When you cannot ee well, you probablY
had best to wear your specks and send the inal
t that belongs to this office in preference of others &c
- Perhaps you may keep a large Jug of brandy very
Shandy. Now if these small h:nts do not bring the
r males to this office which belongs to it, I shall only
9 hand you over to AmosKendale to deal with.
; Respectfully,
B. F. DUMAS, P. M."
D The "Royal William" is advertised to sail foi
SEngland on Saturday. The "Great Western'
r being expected here on Swnday, it has been sug-
g tested that tho interests of the merchants and
i others would be promoted by delaying the depar-
- urec of the "Royal William" until Monday after-
Snoon, so as to afford an opportunity of answering
by her such letters as may be received per the
r Great Western," and thereby render more valu-
s able the advantages arising from these Atlantki
r steam-ships.
I [From the Saratoga Sentinel of Tuesday.]
Maj. Gen. Macomb, commander-in-chief ol
the U. S. Army, arrived in this village on Satur.
day morning from the North, and leaves today for
Sthe Niagara frontier. We are happy to learr
9 from him that the disturbances on the Northern
s line have entirely subsided ; and though a feeling
Very naturally exists among a great proportion o
our citizens favorable to the cause of freedom
D abroad as well as at home, a respect for our laws
s and a desire to avoid any infraction of the amicabhl
. relations existing between our own and the Britisi
government, will prevent any interference in thi
internal relations of the Canadas.
t The presence of Gen. M. within a district o
Country where his services were so distinguished
Sand important during the late war, has undoubted.
ly produced a very salutary influence, and we
" have do doubt a similar effect will result from his
Visitation to the Western frontier.
Lord Durham arrived at Quebec on Friday
last, and was received with the usual honors.
FROM MEXIco.-By way of Pe sacola, we have
more recent intelligence from Mexico. The Pensa-
cola Gazette mentions the arrival of the Unitec
States sloop of war Vandalia from a cruize of se-
venty-four days in the Gulf of Mexico and on the
coast of Texas, having visited Vera Cruz, Tampico,
Metamoras and Galveston.
The ports of Mexico ware very closely watched
by the French cruisers. The contemplated eatack
on the Castle of San Juan de Ulloa, has for the pre-
sent been abandoned, and the Baron Defauris,the
French Minister, has sailed for France. Vessels
from the United States and Cuba will not be warn-
ed off before being subject to capture, a sufficient
time having elapsed for the blockade to become
Commodore Bazzoche in the frigate L'Hermione,
is at anchor under the island of Sacrificios ; and one
brig and two schooners, and the frigate's launches,
are cruising close in with the shoals, and frequent-
ly within musket shot of the castle. One brig is
off Alvarado, which port was opened on the 18th
May by the Mexican government. The cruisers
off Tampico and Metamoras lay at anchor close in
with the harbor; and other vessels are cruising
along the coast between these ports.
All appeared quiet in Texas. The British pack-
et which sailed from Vera Cruz on the 27th May,
had been detained a week after the regular day of
sailing, at the request of the Mexican Government,
for the purpose of taking out a request to the Brit-
ish government to become mediator between the
French and Mexican Governments. The best of

feelings have thus far been kept up between the
French squadron and our own. While the Vanda-
lia lay under Sacrificios, the French and American
officers were in the constant reciprocation of ser-
vices and courtesies.
FRANKLIN.-A correspondent of the Baltimore
American,alluding to the project of erecting a mon-
ument to the memory of that great man, gives the
following contrasts of situation experienced by
Benjamin Franklin emerged from poverty and
obscurity to wealth and station, solely by the
power of his original mind, the most truly original
that has ever appeared. His first entrance into
Philadelphia was in the character of a ragged boy,
staring about the street, and eating a roll of bread.
On his return from Paris, his entrance into the
same place was announced by the shouts 'of the
multitLde, the thunders of the cannon, and con-
gratulatory addresses from all parts of the United
States. His first appearance in London a young
and needy adventurer, known to scarcely any one;
afterwards as the agent of the Colonies at the same
place, he was the "observed of all observers." His
company was eagerly sought after by the great
and the learned, among whom was the distinguish-
ed Pitt. Pitt, in reply to Lord Sandwich in the
House of Lords, who had alluded contemptuously
to Franklin, thus spoke in defence of his friend :
" His Lordship has injuriously reflected upon one
whom all Europe holds in high estimation for his
knowledge and wisdom, and ranks among our
Boyles and Newtons, and who is an honor, not to
the English nation only, but to human nature."
SThere arq four marked periods in the life of
Franklin, which may be mentioned in juxta posi-
tion. Franklin wheels a load of paper to his
printing office, through the streets of Philadelphia.
Franklin flies a kite, upon the metallic point of
which the fire of heaven is playing. Franklin
s' nds at the bar of the House of Commons, dis-
playing the resources of his mind in answers the
most ready and conclusive. Franklin is at Paris,
and, as the friend of mankind, writes a pass for
the exploring vessel of Captain Cook.

'the Butalo Commerciat Advertieal, gives an ae.
g count of a disgraceful hoax and forgery attempted
e to be circulated in that place through an announce-
h ment on the News Room bulletin. A forged letter
was sent to a Mr. Campbell, stating that Mr. Clay
of Kentucky died at Cincinnati from drinking cold
water while much heated. The letter contained
n such circumstantial details as to deceive many. A
n Mr. Stephen Albro is mentioned on the same au-
thority as the author of the forgery.
y Both Boards of the Common Council sat till
y midnight, finished up all their business, and ad-
journed over to first Wednesday in September next.
A mass of very important business was transacted-
k among which was the final confirmation of the Four-
teenth Ward Election.-[Express.]
d Signor Maronce li, whose misfortunes and amis-
s ble character are so strikingly known to us through
the memoirs of his fellow-captive in the dungeons
of Spielberg, Silvio Pellico, gives a Concert this
evening, at the Pavilion, New Brighton, as will
be seen by reference to our advertising columns.
r The most distinguished performers in the city, and,
, we may safely say, country, have been engaged;
f and amateurs will have an opportunity of hearing
n excellent music in the spacious hall of the Pavil-
- tion. A steamboat will take company down, and
e bring them back at the close of the performances,
ensuring a most pleasant mode of passing a hot
The Italian Opera at Niblo's was fashionably
Attended last night. It will be repeated on Mon-
day evening, for Signor Fornasari's benefit.
SPease, the only Quaker' member of the House of
Commons, who was hailed with cheers, was dres-
sed in a manner well worthy of observation-for,
while the tenets of his class prevented him wear-
ing a court dress, itmust be acknowledged by every
r one, that his costume was a combination of great
, simplicity and mich elegance. Any spectator
would, at a moment admit that although the dress
o f the honorable aeptlemnan was plain, yet, that it
I was in the best taboti, and of the finest quality. It
consisted of a brown coat of the best style of fash-
ion, according to the rules of the society of friends,
a satin waistcoat ani silk stockings, all of the same
Color, with extreme eat silver buckles in his shoes.
e Thus, while the honorable member conformed to the
rules laid down hy fie society to which he belongs,
he did not infringe aMy of those conventional forms
Which are adhered t6 on an occasion like the pre-
Mr. Lee, the High Constable of Westminster,
f who had the arrangement and direction of the pro-
- cession on the day of the OQueen's coronation, died
r suddenly, a day or two after-supposed in conse-
a quence of the great fatigue and anxiety he under,
n went on that occasion.
f BANDITTI.-The following account of a robbery
n by Banditti is certainly, considering the circum-
e stances, a most connected, explicit, and intelligible
h statement of the whole transaction. It is given
e in a letter from a gentleman at Rome:
We have just escafled with our lives, and only
f just.. Thirty miles from here, between Rome and
I Naples, at half-past two, in the middle osone of the
" finest and most beautiful days you ever beheld, the
e sun shining refulgeatly, seven of the celebrated
Sbanditti rushed from out of a wood. G. and my-
self were on the box, each man levelled his oun at
us; the post boy fell 4fhis horse ; we, immediate-
Sly finding it quite impossible to resist, got on the
ground as soon as possible ; they began with me ;
I had nothing in my pocket but my watch, which I
Saved ; they nex. attacked J., tore his clothes
Sopen, took his money, watch, &c.; then went to G.
I and his servant, took both their watches,, and
Stabbed G.'s servant in several places with a stilet-
Sto. They were more capitally armed than any
Thing you ever saw. They then began upon the
carriage, got in, and turned every thing out; the
first object was my por dressing-box, with snuff-
Sboxes, watches, all of wry fox-hunting matters,
Brushes, combs, &c. took every one ; next, all our
I money, not one sixpence left, either of ours or the
s servants, they then knocked me down with the
barrel of a gun, tore nw ring off my finger, which
* they were going to cut 0r, only my ring came off;
then tore my hiit pian .fnua mcy 0'olkoth, kicked
me under the horses, leaving one man standing
over me with the muzz!eof a loaded gun at one
ear, and another with astillettoif I moved, to mur.
der me : they then broke open the front trunk, and
took every single shirt, neckcloth, stockings, and
shoes of both servants, so they have neither
money nor clothes ; they took most of my clean
things, but would not take any dirty. G. has lost
all except his uniform. They packed them up in
seven sacks, and each took his sack and walked
quietly into the wood again. I can assure you,
we were for 33 minutes instantly expecting to be
shot or stuck, as they told us we should if any one
" spoke, and threatened, ifthey did not find enough to
plunder, to send us up the mountains, and would
have 300 ducats ransom for each ; it" not given in
so many days, we were to be tortured to death.
They have got our all, value upwards of 4001., but
which is thought nothing oi, having solved our
lives! for I assure you for half an hour I expected

every moment to die ; they were during that time
employed in robbing us?"

WAR, so long the favorite amusement, and often
the sole employment of men, has been for many
years growing unpopular. Peace societies are not
alone of the opinion, that
'Too long at clash oftrms, amid her bowers,
And pools of blood, the earth hath stood aghast.'
Napoleon, to whom the loss of an army was
but an error in his arithmetical process, were he to
revisit now the glimpses of the moon, would find
his occupation, and a good deal of his reputation,
gone. He has strutted his hour upon the stage,
whore he was once 'accounted a very great actor.'
True, the tragedies in which he performed were
geotup in stupendous style, 'with music of cannon
volleys, and the murder-shrieks of a world ; his
stage-lights were the fimes of conflagration; his
rhyme and recitative e te the tramp of embattled
hosts, and the sound of falling cities.' Whole
hecatombs of men whi en the gray sands of Egypt,
bleach in the snows ol Russia, or are garnered on
the plains of Italy, wio assisted, as nameless and
fameless supernumer ries, in his renowned per.
formances. Ah, reader! did you ever consider
what was the net purport and upshot of war?-
Let an imaginary Gerpan, (whom once, we con-
fess it with shame-facianess, we condemned before
we understood,) paintyou the picture:
To my own knowledge, there dwell and toil, in
the British village of Eomdrudge, usually some five
hundred souls. Front these, by certain 'natural
enemies' of the Frenci, there are successively se-
lected, during the Fiench war, say thirty able-
bodied men. Dumdrdge, at her own expense, has
suckled and nursed them; she has, not without
difficulty and sorrow, ld them up to manhood, and
even trained them to cafts, so that one can weave,
another build, another hammer, and the weakest
can stand under thirty tone avoirdupois. Never-
theless, amid such weeping and swearing, they are
selected ; all dressed in red, and shipped away, at
the public charges, soie two thousand miles, or,
say only to the south of Spain ; and fed there till
wanted. And now, tothat same spot in the south

On Washington street,
r No. 702.--Corner of Perry,-two story brick, oc.
cupied by Quackinbush &,Hopkins, as a grocery
store, and by families-slightly damaged-building
owned by Wm. Quackinbush-insured.
No. 704-Two story brick, occupied by William
Quackinbush, Mr. Carvill, and Mr. Brush as a
dwelling house. Building owned by Wm. Quack-
No. 706.-Two story brick-occupied by John
Row, and Dr. A. Serven-building owned by
James Harriott-partially insured.
No. 708.-Two story brick-occupied by Thos.
Martin and Mr. Canfield-building owned by
James Harriott-partially insured.
No. 710-Two story brick-occupied by Elias
Colborn-owned by James Harriott-partially in-
No. 712.-Two story brick-occupied by Reu-
ben Smith, Albert Zabriskie and Mr. Tarney-
building owned by Mr. Demarest. Supposed to
be insured.
No. 714.-Two story brick-occupied by Mr.
Quackinbush, John M. Vanamburg, and Ephraim
Fuller-building owned by Mr. Demarest-suppo.
sed to be insured.
No. 716.-Two story brick-occupied by James
Herring, John Ackerman, and George Gray-
building owned by James Herring-insured for
The walls of the above row of houses are stand-
ing, but the interiors of the buildings, with the ex-
ception of .No. 702, are nearly destroyed. The
inmates of the different houses saved most of their
On Perry street.
No. 137.-Two story brick-occupied by Abner
Clark, Mr. Holloway, and Mr. Storer-building
owned by Wm. Quackinbush-insured.
Nos. 139, 141, and 143, were the office and iron
foundry of T. B. & J. Richards, running through
to Hammond street on one of the lots. Buildings
owned by the late firm of Richards & Damerel ;
Total loss estimated at $15,000; insured for
No. 145-Three story brick, occupied by James
Richards, owned by Richards & Damerel; par-
tially destroyed ; insured.
No. 147-Three story brick, occupied by George
Cooper, Philip Concklin, Abraham S. Garrison,
John C Quackinbush ; owned by John I. Bailey.
No. 149-Three story brick, occupied by Heze-
kiah Buel, Thomas Fowler, Mr. Gardner, Mr.
Parker, and Mrs. Wood; owned by Mr. Bailey;
partially damaged.
In the rear of these two houses was a row of
four two story brick house s, owned by Mr. Bailey
and tenanted by seven families. We could only
learn the name of one-Mrs. Ayres. They were
burned to the ground.
No. 161-Three story brick,occupied by Messrs.
Davidson, Rowe, Akin, Myers, Grant, Vernay,
Ross, & McDonald; building but slightly damaged;
owned by John Akrill.
No. 113-Front house not injured; a brick build-
ing owned and occupied as a red lead factory by
Mr. Akrill, was entirely destroyed.
On West street.
Nos. 309 and 310-Two story brick, slightly in-
jured in the rear.
No. 311-Three story brick, owned by John De
Groot, and occupied by several families, considera-
bly damaged; insured.
No. 312-Three story brick, occupied by John
A. L. Terhune, owned by Robert H. Morris-con-
siderably damaged.
No. 313-Three story brick, occupied by Joseph
Hadlock. grocer, owned by Mr. Stevens-consid-
erably damaged.
No. 314-Three story brick, occupied by seve-
ral families, owned by Mr. Wells-nearly de-
stroyed. A frame building,in the rear, occupied by
ajfamily, was burned to the ground.
No. 315-Two story frame, owned by Mr.
Richards, and occupied by H. R. Jones as a starch
factory. Mr. Jones had a large quantity of flour
on the premises, which was, with the building,
entirely destroyed. Loss $8000-insurance $1000.
No. 316-Two story store, owned and occupied
by L. Holbrook, totally destroyed-insured.
On Hammond street-south side.
No. 140-Two story brick dwelling, occupied
by families, owned by Daniel Cole, slightly da-
No. 142-Two story brick dwelling, owned by
Mr. Bowring, entirely destroyed-insured.
No. 144-Two story brick dwelling, owned by
Mr. Agnew, entirely destroyed-insured.
Nos. 146. 148. 150. 152-All tw. story brick
dwellings, owned by Messrs. Conklin & Chardo-
voyne, and occupied by a number of families, were
entirely destroyed.
In the rear of these was a row of small frame
dwellings, owned as above, and occupied by a
number of poor families, who lost all by the fire. It
was in one of these houses that Kilpatrick lost his
No. 154-A large frame building; the upper
part occupied by Messrs. Chester, as a carpenter's
shop ; the lower part as a stable ; entirely destroy-
ed; loss $3000.
No. 156-A slaughter house.
No. 158-Two story brick; occupied by Messrs.
Wood & Black, and Mrs. Chitty; entirely de-
stroyed ; no insurance.
No. 160-A brick building owned by Mr. Ar-
cher, and occupied by Baumeister & Schepelen,
as a soap factory. The building was insured for

No. 162-Two stores, brick; owned and occu-
pied by Mrs. Green; entirely destroyed ; insured
for $1000.
No. 164-Corner of West street; two story
frame; owned and occupied by John Green as a
grocery, partially injured; fully insured.
North Side.
Nos. 157 and 159-Two story brick dwellings ;
slightly damaged,
No. 155-A small building, owned by Jas. Wil-
son and attached to the planing mill, with a quan-
ty of lumber, was destroyed. Loss about $500.
The blacksmith's shop of Samuel Johnson, in
the rear, was somewhat damaged.

[From the .J'. Y. Gazette.]
Proceedingrs of the Board of Aldermen.
After the reading of the minutes, a communica-
tion from D. W. Crocker, relative to building a
steam vessel for towing, carrying provisions, break-
ing ice, &c., was referred.
Petitions Referred.-Of sundry inhabitants of
the upper wards, that the advertisement of their
property for sale for arrears of assessments may be
post poned.
Of John S. King, for the removal of Elisha Lip-
pincott, inspector of wood.
Of John Frazee, for a lease of the old Bridewell,
to be used as a studio for the Fine Arts, with the
plan of the building as the petitioner proposes to
alter it. Laid on the table.
Reports.-Of the Committee on Public Offices,
against purchasing the old Bridewell, and directing
its removal before the tenth of September next.
A motion being made to lay the report on the
table, Aid. Lynch said that he was in favor of dis-
posing of the question at once; Mr. Frazee's plan
was a plausible one, but liable to great objections.
The building was unfavorably situated for any plan
of making it ornamental, and moreover it did not
belong to the Corporation, but had been sold to
Mr. Butler. The report was adopted.
or thA Pn li. f r mm;et ..... .. .,a:n-- d i ...

1id tiew burial grounds are to be allowed soutth o
14th street. Referred back.
Of the Assessment Committee. in favor of appor-
tioning taxes on lots owned by Dr. Edward Dela.
A communication from the Comptroller, with an
account of A. M. C. Smith, for services in arrest-
ing a counterfeiter, was referred.
Of the Assessment Committee, in favor of refer.
ring back to the Commissioners the assessment for
a sewer in 122d street. Adopted.
The lease of the ferry to be established between
the foot of Houston street and Williamsburg, was
read and approved.
The resolution relative to regulating and paving
Burling slip, was adopted.
The resolution to pave 11th street, from Univer-
sity place to the 5th avenue, was adopted.
The resolution to pave South street, from Peck
slip to Beekman street, was adopted.
The ordinance to drain the 3d avenue, between
100th and 105th streets, was adopted.
A resolution from the Board of Assistants, in
favor of appointing a committee of conference on
the subject of the Harlem aqueduct, was laid upon
the table.
Resolutions-By Aid. Hall-To enclose that
part of the Park lying between the Hall of Records
and the Post Office with a stone coping and iron
railing. Referred.
By Aid. Joseph Taylor-To liy lines of pipos
in parts of Jones, Amity, and 13th streets, and the
6.h avenue. Adopted.
By Ald. Smith-To inquire whether Justice
Wyman has not been for some time disabled from
attending to his duties as a police magistrate, what
is the cause of such disability, nd whether it is
likely to continue. Referred,.
The Assessment for the sewr in 20th street was
The Board, after some discussion, took up the
majority and minority reports of the Special Com-
mittee on the 14-h ward election, which were read
at length.
Aid. Willis moved that the prayer of the meno-
rialists be granted.
On this motion Aid. Jeremiah was addressing
the Board when our reporter left, at a quarter past

Proceedings of the Board of Asisttants.
Petitions Referred-Of Garret Strallon and oth-
ers, to have a wharf built at the foot of 59th street;
of Samuel Connover, John B. Barnette, George
Brown, and William Co!d, for stands in Centre
Reports Adopted-In favor of remitting a fine
to Theodore Ross ; in favor of remitting a fine to
Barker French ; in favor of concurring with the
Board of Aldermen to renumber Grand street from
Bridge street to the East river. Adverse to re-
paving James street.
In favor of regulating Burling Slip and Front
street, according to the plan marked out on the
map in the Street Commissioner's Office. In favor
of paying Alexander Welsh $207 for refreshments
furnished at different times to the Corporation. In
favor of paving 1lth street from University Place
to the 5th avenue. In favor of paving South street
between Peck Slip and Beekman street.
Ord;nances for correcting a nuisance by draining
ground on the east side of the 3d avenue from 100
to 105th street. For filling up vacant lots be-
tween avenue B and D and 6th and 7th streets.
Reports adopted : In favor of apportioning the
taxes of the Messrs. Harriot and A. Miller.
Resolution by Mr. Graham, That a committee
of conference be appointed on the subject of a re-
solution passed by this Board as a substitute for a
resolution adopted by them relative to the aque
duct over the Harlem River. And that the Board
of Aldermen be requested to appoint a committee
of conference for the same purpose-adopted. As-
sistant Aldermen Graham, Woodhull, and Jarvis,
appointed the committee on the part of this Board.
Resolutions to request the Water Commission-
ers to report to this Board in relation to the pro
gress, &c. made in the water-works. Adopted.
Resolution, That the Collectors of Arrears of
Taxes be directed to furnish the Comptroller with
a list of such taxes as are unpaid, in order that the
different properties may be advertised for sale.
Ordinanees.-For a well and pump in the vicini-
ty of Bayard and Mulberry streets, laid on the
table; for a well and pump in 86th street; passed.
Papers from the Board of Aldermen.
Reports.-In favor of repaving Leonard street,
concurred in ; in favor of altering the grade of the
9th avenue between 328uand3.6th streets, concur-
ed in.
Communication from the Mayor with a copy of
resolutions passed at a meeting held in Bristol, En-
gland, in relation to steam navigation between En-
gland~and thejUnited States; ,ordered to be inserted
on the minutes of the Board.
Resolution-To appoint an inspector of junk
shops and pawnbrokers, whose duty it shall be to
report all violations of the law in relation to this
subject; referred.
Resolution-That a line of pipes be laid in Jones
street from the Bowery to Bro.idway; in Amity
street from Broadway to the 6th avenue; from
Amity street to 13th street; and in 13th street from
the 6'h avenue to the Bowery; concurred in.
Resolution-To confirm the assessments for con-
swructing a sewer in 20th street; concurred in.

CORONER'S lNqULST.-The immense destruction
of property which was caused yesterday morning
by the fire in Hammond street, was also attended
with the loss of one life, at least. After the fire
was got under, the body of a man was found in the
rear of a house in Hammond street, in a sitting
posture, without his head, which had been so burn-
ed as to fall off, and was lying near the deceased's
feet. The body was so horribly burned as to ren-
der it impossible to be identified; but there is reason
to suppose that the unfortunate sufferer was a wea-
ver, named Thomas Ki!patrick, who had been thus
burned to death. Verdict accordingly.-[Jour. of
last evening met at the Tabernacle, to celebrate the
day in honor of the emancipation of the slaves in
several of the British West India Islands.-[Ex-
JERSse.--The second anniversary of this noble
science, took place yesterday, under the auspices
of the American Institute of the 'City of New
York. We were glad to find that the friends of
agriculture are not slumbering, but are up and do-
ing. We observed on the ground a number of
leading agriculturists, of this and the neighboring
states.-Out of the large number of ploughs, eight
only were entered for competition for the premium,
viz.; by Messrs. Minor & Horton, Peekskill, N. Y.
Charles Howard, Hlingham. Mass.; Henry Beebe,
Haverstraw, Rockland Co. N. Y.; Cornelius Ber-
gen, Brooklyn, L. I. ; William Beach, Philadel-
phia; and J. D. Ward, of Jersey City.
The yoke of oxen owned and drove by Charles
Heritage, was generally admired.
The judges gave as their decisionr, that the
Ploughs of Messrs. Minor & Horton were entitled
to the first premium, and J. D. Ward's to the se-
cond. Some of the others deserved especial no-
Some choice cattle were sold, which brought, in
our estimation,very low prices. After the collation,
the Hon. Aaron Clark was called to preside, who,
in his usual happy manner madesome appropriate
remarks, and introduced to the assembly the Hon.

SLIMA NtV Ai liLitisS.
Love never sleeps 1" The mother's eye
Bends o'er her dying infant's bed;
And as she marks the moments fly,
While Death creeps on with noiseless tread,
Faint and distressed, she situ atd weeps
With beating heart Love never sleeps !9
Yet, e'en that sad and fragile form
Forgets the tumult of her breast
Despite the horrors of the storm,
O'erburden'd Nature sinks to rest
But o'er them both another keeps
His midnight watch-'" Love never sleep* !"
Around-above-the angel bands
Stoop o'er the care-worn sons of men;
With pitying eyes and eager hands,
They rise the soul to hope again;
Free asth- air, their pity sweeps
The storms of Time :-" Love never sleep. !"
And round-beneath-and over all-
O'er men and angels, earth and heaven,
A higher bends! The slightest call
Is answer'd-and relief is given
In hours of wo, when sorrow steeps
The heart in pain-" He ntver sleepf"
Oh, God of Love! ur eye3 to thee.
Tired of the world's false radiance, turn;
And as we view thy purity,
We feel our hearts within us burn ;
Convinced that in the lowest teeps
Of human ill, Love never steeps !"

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25 do do.............. 78-b30
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10 Paterson Railroad ............. 74*
100 Harlem Railroad................ 74 -b 601
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50 do do .............. 7S--b 8O
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100 do do............. 71--s Io0
250 do do............. 71 10
100 do doj.............. 71t
60 Boston and Providence Railroad.. 107-4 moe
15 do do.............. 10
60 do do............. 106-ba ]
50 do do .............. 106-b0
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30 New Jersey Railroad............ 104
100 do do..............106-b45 ds
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50 do do0..............106 do
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25 Stonington Railroad............. 67
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25 Utica & Schenectady Railroad. 118H
40 do do............. 118l
100 do do............119--bo0
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60 Long Island Railroad-............
60 do do ..............
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10 Canton Co...................... 65-b 10
8000 Treasury Notes ............... 10e

By D. C. Wf W. Pell.
620 bags Laguira Coffee, inferior, 5 1-2 c. a
10 3-8, cash.

BRIGHTON MAMET--Monday, July 30, 1838.
At market 2.50 Beef Cattle, 100 Stores, 20 Cows
and Calves, 2050 Sheep, and 130 Swine. About
50 Swine were reported last week. 60 Beef Cat-
tle remain unsold.

Beef Cattle-Sales were dull, and prices decli-
ned considerably. We quote first quality at 7 25
a 7 50; second quality 6 75 a 67 ; third quality
$6 a 6 50.
Stores-A very few sales only effected, pur-
chasers refusing to pay the prices asked.
Cows and Calves-Sales were noticed at 1124,
28, 32, 35, and 40.
Sheep-Dull, and sales at something less than
last week for a like quality. Lots were taken at
1 50, 167, 1 75, 192, and 2 12 ; Wethers 2 25,
2 50, and 275.
Swine-We noticed the sale of one lot to ped-
dle, but did not learn the price ; a very few only
were peddled.-[Boston Patriot.]

In the packet ship Cambridge, for Liverpool--
Mr Gilcutt, lady, 3 children and 2 servants, of
Newport, R I; Miss Crowther, of West Farms;
Mr A Duckworth, C F Green, G Y Davis, Charles.
ton; W H Brown, W I; Dr Thos M Tears and
lady, Canada; Chas B Young, England; Samuel
Lang, Liverpool; Owen Pell, St Thomas: Henry
Thorne, lady and servant, London ; Dr Beals, Mr
Richard Ekins and lady of New York; S Mackay
and lady of Montreal; P A Scarlett of Jamaica;
Wm Wellstood, of Maranham ; Wm Ansley, E
W Dickinson, of England; Mr. Maeckey, of Lon-
don; T W Bown of Pittsburg.
In the ship Baltimore, for Havre-John Durand
and family, of Bordeaux; Mr Chas Mixta, of Bos-
ton; Mr H Butler of Philadelphia; Mr G R
Lewis of New London; Mr J A Umberhagen, M
Robinet, Mr Victor Paillard, Mr Paydras and
daughter, of France; Col Thomas, Spanish Army;
Mr George Manley and brother, of Philadelphia;
Mr EBilling of New York ; Mr Kernsten and Mr
Francis Smyth, of Germany.

MEN.-A regular meeting of the General Committee of
Whig Young Men will be held at the Broadway House,
Tomorrow (Friday) Evening, at 7j o'clock. By order.
WILLIS HALL. (.halr-m.r.


Hig h Waterthis evening, 8h 53mn.
This Morning-Br. brig Alexander, Card, for Windsor,
N.8; brig Tuscany, Prince, Hull, Eng, Youngs & Jenks;
schooner Rochester, Briggs, Philadelphia.
Last Eventng-Brigs Olive, Conner, for Sidney, John
Peters & Co.; Detroit, Bourne, Mobile, Sturges & Clear-
man; Jamues McCobb, Batche~der, Bath, Me, Richardson
& McCobb; (Sw.) Neptunus, Noren, Stettin, Boorman,
Johnston & Co.; bark: Sardius, Ritchie, Natchez, Grand
Gulf Vicksburg, Arthur & Brower; schrs Tower, Baker,
Boston, S. W. Lewis; Cambridge, Wakeman, Boston.
Ship Mississippi, Davis, from Liverpool, June 27th, with
mdze, to E. K. Collins & Co.
Snip Bolivar, Pemberton, (of New Orleans,) fm Havre,
June 17th, mdze, to Gocdhue & Co; I case J Bohlin; 4 do,
276 baskets wine, Sturges, Bass & Barker; 25 do, P. La-
jeane; 22 casks do, G. A. Schenck; 100 baskets do, Aymar
& Co; 100 do, order. July 3, lat. 40,14, long. -24, passed
ship Manchester, Hewett, from Havre, for NYork, sailed
on the 15th June.
Schr Leora, Cary, 4 days from Port Deposit, pig iron.
Schr Paragon, Tarr, 4 days from Gloucester, with fish
BELOW-Ship Casander, Robinson, from Liverpool,
with mde, to E. D. Hurlbut & Co.
Barque William & James, 41 days from Malaga, with
fruit, &c. to J. Ellwell. Also. I Ship and 3 Brigs.
Ship Republic, Williams, 35 days from Liverpool, with
mdze, to M. & R. Maurv.
Br. brig Sir James Kempt, Aichibald, 55 days from Dun-
dee, with mdze, to Bell, Martin & Co.
Columbian brig Cmsar, Wakefield, 20 days from An-
gustura, with hides, coffee and indigo, to F. W. Schmidt &
Co. Left llth, brig Oronoko, Drake, for Baltimore in 15
days. 25th, lat. 27, 27. long. 56, spoke ship Chatles, fm
Leith, for New Orleans.
Brig Cordelia, Crockett, 12 days from Guayama, P.R,
with sugar and molasses, to T. Andrews.
U. S. brig Washington, -, from Newport.
Schr Leander, Keene, 6 days from James River, with
new wheat, to Allen & Paxson.
Schr Pequot, Baker, 3 days from Boston, with mdze, to
S. W. Lewis.
Schr Renown, Level], 3 days from Boston, with mdze, to
E. &J. Herrick.
Schr Solomon Roosevelt, Brown, 3 days from Philadel-
phia, with coal,to the master.
Schr Ashber C. Havens Bishop, 3 days from Virginia,
with corn, to Havens & Co.
Sloop Rodman, Wood, 2 days from New Bedford, with
bone, to C. In J. Barstow

Barbadoes, July 4-Arrived, brigs Baltic, Randall, Bath,
and sailed; Norfolk, Matthews, Philadelphia; Atlantic,
Ward, New Haven.
2d, arr, brigs Napoleon, Rundall, Bath, and sailed; Al-
cenus, Skolfield, Norfolk.
St. Thomas, July 16-The vessels which have lately ar-
rived report having experienced a very heavy gale of wind
in lat. 21, N, long. 61, W.

BOSTON, July 31-Arrived, brig Massasoit, Leckie,
from Cardiff, June 21. Left, ship IMargaret Scott, Eld
ridge, for Savannah.
BtigWm. Harris, Gorld, from Havana. 22d, passed
brig Rowena, of Philadelphia, steering S.S.E.
Brig Cyclops, Finney, from Gottenburg.
Ships Parthenon, and Paugus, from Liverpool; bark
Tartar; brigs Adelaide, Jeremie; Maryland
Cleared, schrs Adventure, Taylor, for Mobile; Drescent,
Short, Wilmington, Del.; Argon, Howes, do; Vintage,
Bearse, Albany* Empire, Baker; Home, Baker, and Odeon,
Howes, New York:
July 30-Arrived, ship Cherokee, Loring, fm NOrleans.
Brig Carrior, Atkins, from Charleston; schrs H. Law-
rence, Townsend, Philadelphia; Albany Packet, Howes,
Albany;Tremont, Reed, NYork; Fancy, Chase, do.
PROVIDENCE, Ju7ly 80-Arrived, schoonors Cohasset,
Sears, from Philadelphia; Richard Rush, Davis, Philadal-
phia; sloop New-York, Easton, New-York.
At Quarantine Schr Eddington Colcord, fm Matanzas,
July 15;schr Amelia, Norton, Charleston.
Below-A schr. from Philadelphia; a schr supposed the
William, Doty, from Matanzas.
Sailed-Sloop Armada, Spelnan, Albany. On Sunday,
ochrs. Charleston Packet, Rhodes, Baltimore; James Bar-
bour, Baker, and Darius, Baker, Philadelphia.
NEW HAVEN, July 30-Arr, schr Victoria, from Phi-
Sailed, sloops Reaper, Chapman, for Albany; Wave,
Pelton, New York.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 1I-Arrived, brigs Virginia,
Trader, Huttleson, from Laguayra; Cuba, Shankland,
Trinidad de Cuba;achrs Joseph Hand, Green, Ponce, P.R;
John H. Dennis, Payne, NHaven; Banner, Lovell, New
York; Victoria, Cook, Nassau; Belle, Howes, Boston;
Phebe Baxter, Baker, do; barges Globe, Wilson, NYork;
Planet, Knisell, do; Star, Loveless, do.
Below-Ship Jane Ross, Mclntosh, from Liverpool.
BALTIMORE, Aug. 1I-Arrived, brig Chctaw, Nicker-
son, from Boston.
Brig Luna, Hallett. from Boston. Sunday morning, off
tte Rappahannock, spoke ship Ocean, from Liverpool.
Cleared, hark Louisa, Hobson, for London.
ALEXANDRIA, D.C, July 29-Arrived, schre Victory,
Dixon, NYork; Otis. Chase, Lubec.
MOBILE, July 26-Cleared, brig Aldrich, Magrave, for
Philadelphia; schrs Vandalia, Boston; Wmin. Wallace, New
York; Lydia, Adams, Havana.
NEW ORLEANS, July 25-Arrived, schooner Rolla,
Douglass, from Boston.
Cleared, ships Hebrew, Carr, for Glasgow; Montgomery,
Grace, Havre; Kutusoff. Taylor, London; Tamenend, Bor
land, Liverpool;brigs Thomas & Edward, Mowatt, Bos.
ton; Androoscoggin, Decker, New York; schooner Austin,
Sylvester, do.

bills against the steamer Royal wtlinam, witl please
send them in to the office of the Consignee, 28 Pine street;
on Friday. au2
*,REtH TEAS-Cargo of ship Superior.-L. M.
I HOFFMAN & CO. will sell on FRIDAY, 10th of
August, at 10 o'clock, at the Phenix Sales Room, the fol-
lowing Teas, imported In ship Superior, consisting of-
Hyson, in usual packages,
Tonng Hyson, do do
Hyson Skin, do do
Imperial. do do
Gunpowder, do do
Pouchonig and Souchong, do do.
Catalogues and sample packages will be ready the day
previous to the sale. jy3l ts
AUCTION NOTICE--Freah and Superior Teas -
AUSTEN, WILMERDING & CO. will sell on
Wednesday. 8th instant, at 10 o'clock, at their Tea Sale,
Room, corner of William street and Exchange place, the
following Teas, just landed from the ship Superior, Capt.
McCane, forming extensive and entire invoices of desira-
ble qualities, consisting of
Young Hyson in chests and half chests
Hyson in do and flowered and painted boxes
Soucpiog &. in various sized packages
Pouchong, &c. 5
The above Teas have been selected with great attention,

and will be found worthy the attention of the trade.
SCatalgues and samples will be ready the day previous.
au2 ts
THIRD WARD-Public notice is hereby given, that
the Assessors of the 3d Ward have completed their
assessments. and that a copy thereof is left wiLh Abm.
Becker, at No. 68 Veqey street, where the same may be
seen and examined by any of the inhabitants during ten
days, from the 6th to the 17th instant, and that the Asses-
sors will meet at the expiration of the said tan days, to
wit, on the eighteenth day of August, at No. 68 Vesey
street, to review their said assessments on the application
of any person feeling himself aegrieved.
ABRAHAM BECKER, Assessors of the
New York, August 2, 1938. au2
SEVENTEENTH WARD.-Public Notice is hereby
given, 1 hat the Assessors of the 17th Ward have
completed their Assessments, and that a copy thereof is
left with F. R. Lee, at 245 Bowery, where the same may
be seen and examined by any of the inhabitants during
ten days from the sixth day of August, and that the Asses
sors will meet at the expiration of the said ten days, to
wit, on the seventeenth day ol August, at 245 Bowery. cor-
ner of Stanton street, to review their said assessments, on
the application of any person feeling himself aggrieved.
au2tl8au Assessors of the 17th Ward.
SitORPORATION NOTICE.-Public notice is hereby
%- given, that a petition hasibeen presented atthis Office
for a well and pump in Tompkins street, between De-
lancey and Rivlngton streets. And notices hereby further
given, that if any persons interested object to the above,
they are desired to present them in writing at the Street
Commissioner's office, on or before the 10th inst.
TOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
RStreet Commr's. Office, August 1st, 1838. au2
LABAMA, Mississippi, and all kinds of Southern
Certificates of Deposite purchased at reduced rates at
S. J. SYLVESTER'S, 130 Broadway,
p au2 and 22 Wall street.
IRGINA, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsyl-
vania, New Jersey and Delaware Funds wanted at a
low rate.byj S.J. SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
au2 and 22 Wall street.

B ILLS OF EXCHANGE payable throughout Eng-
land, Irelard land Scotland, in sums of 5 to 1000,
constantly for sale.
Collections made on all parts of the United States, Cana
das and Europe, on the best terms by
S.J. SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
n,, and 22 Wall street.

Maemne's Memoirs of Antonio Canova, with crit. analysis
of his Works, and historical review of Modern Sculpture.
8vo. plates, pub. 15s 1925.
Memoirs of a Celebrated Character (Glover,) from Wal-
pole's resignaton to Chatham's second Administration,
Svo. new, pub. 7s. 6d 1814. "A valuable work."-[See
Edin. Review.]
aug 2 [To be continued. 1
Fulton and Nassau streets, New Itork, and also at their
Bookstore, in Andover, 2NIass.-
Elements of Theology, hy Storr and Flatt, translated by
Schmucker, I vol. 8vo. 2d edition.
Hug's Introduction to the Writings of the New Testa-
ment Translated by D. Fosdick, Jr., with Notes by Prof.
Stuart, 1 vol. 8vo.
Elements of Popular Theology. By S. S. Schmucker,
D. D.
Woods's Letters to Unitarians, Reply to Ware, and
Woods on Infant Baptism.
Woods on the Inspiration of the Scriptures.
Select Classics, vol. I.- Cicero on the Immortality of the
Soul. With Nojtes by Prof. Stuart.
Tyndale's Newe Testamente, with margiDal Readings.
Schmucker on the Reformation.
Religious Dissensions (Prize ilssay).
Olshausen on the Genunieness of the Writings of the N.
Testament. Translated by D. Fosdick, Jr.
au2 [To be c intinued.1
a new edition to be completed in 8 vols-vol. 1 now
ready-each vol. $1; Apocalypse Revealed, 3 vole, 12mo,
$2; the true Christan Religion, 1 vol. 8vo, $3; Conjugal
Love, 1 vol. 8vo, $2; Angelic Wisdom concerning the
Divine Love and Wisdom, I vol. 12mo, 50 cents; Angelic
Wisdom concerning the Divine Providence, I vol. 8vo.
$1.50; the Doctrine of Life I vol, $1.25perdoz. 12 cents;
the Doctrine concerning the Lord, I vol, 20 cents; do. do.
do. half morocco, 37 cents; the Doctrine concerning Faith.
1 vol. 25 cents; the Doctrineconcerning Influx, 1 vol, 25
cents; the Doctrine concerning the Sacred Scripture, 1 vol,
44 cents; the Heavenly Doctrines of the New Jerusalem,
1 vol, $1.37 per doz 12 cents; the Last Judgment, 1 vol,
50 cents; the Earths in thie Universe, 1 vol. 50 cents.
L3 Orders for the above, and other New Church
works, supplied by
August2 S. COLMAN, 141 Nassau street.

MAGAZINE ; Edited by Mrs. SarahJ. Ha'e, and
Miss E. Leslie, No. 2, vol XVII, for Augustis this day
Article I, Henrietta Harrison, or the Blue Cotton
Umbrella, a Sketch, by Miss Leslie, Original; Art II,
Spring, Original; Art III, The Half-Aister, by Miss A. M.
IV Mir~hnnn.,i OrifviTnal Art TV- Znpirili TL-m^.n fn- *t.

'ii -

THIS ZVENING, August 2d, will be performed
the first act of the Operatic Bal!et of
The Unknown, Mr Jones | Zoloe, Miss Wells
Olifour, Richings Ninka, Mrs Hughes
To which will be added the 1st and 2d acts ot
King Lear, Mr Chippindale Edmund, Mr Richings
Cordelia, Mrs Richardson Regan, MrsChippindale
After which, a Sailor's Hornpipe, by Master Wells.
After which the Farce of
Sam Patch, Mr Marble
Caspar, Mr Richings I Rose, Mrs Richardson
Doors )pen at 7 I'clock-Pertormancecommences ail7.
Ticket-Boxes, S1, Pit, 50cents.Gallery, 25 cents.
Corner of Broadway and Prince Street.
E No postponement on account or the weather.
IGHTH night of the Re-engagement of the Ravel
Family, under the direction of Gatriel Ravel.
First night of a grand new Italian Comic Pantomime,
entitled L'Uomo Roso ; or, The Unforeseen Illusion.
THIS EVENING, August 2d, 1838.
The entertainments will commence with the Ravel Fa-
mily on the TIGHT ROPE, who will go through their
graceful and astonishing evolutions.
Francois Ravel will dance a Pas Grotesque.
Javelli Ravel will give his celebrated woodcutter's dance
in wooden shoes.
Gabriel Ravel will appear in a new character, display-
ing the most graceful attitudes, and introducing the surpri-
zing Jeux de Bagnette.
Mdilme Jerome Ravel will go through her surprising and
graceful performances without the balance pole.
La pettite Amour will surprise the audience with her
Javelli Ravel will conclude the rope entertainment wih
a number of surprising feats too numerous to mention-
finishing with his double somerset, at the same time firing
a double barrelled gun.
An intermission of half an hour for Promenade and Re-
When the Grand Military Band will perform a variety
of Overtures, Marches, &c. on the Terrace.
To conclude with the Comic Italian Pantomime called
TI UOMO ROSO; or, The Unforeseen Illusion, with new
scenery, music, tricks, dres-es, transformations, and
dances, and a full corps de Ballet of30 persons. Charac-
ters by the Ravel Family and others.
Tomorrow, two new vaudevilles.
In rehearsal, two new vaudevilles-The Miller's Man,
by J B Phillips; and My Schoolfillow, by Chas Dance.
Tickets 50 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock, Performance
to commence at 8. Omnibuses run to and from the City
Hotel, to the Garden, during the Evening.
Mr Hall displays his Fireworks on vaudeville nights.
Amusements every evening in the week except Sunday
when the Gaiden will be opened for Ice Creams and Fruit
Ices of every variety, and of the most approved kinds. Ad.
mission 121 cents, including refreshments.
The Garden and Promenades are brilliantly lighted with
thousands of variegated lamps, and ornamented with a su-
perb collection of choice Plants and Shrubs, Orange, Le-
mon and Lime Trees. To the Grand Walk has been ad.
ded this season seventy new Transparencies of beautiful
designs and execution. Nhe Grotto Fountain has been
newly decorated, and pours forth its cooling streams
amid the brilliancy of lamns andthe fragrance of flowers
A CONCERT will be given at the Pavilion, New
2. Brighton, by SIGNOR P. MARONCELLI, on
THURSDAY EVENING, August 2d, at 8 o'clock, in
which Signora Malioncelli, Signor Fabj, Signor Schles-
inger, SignorAupick, &c. &c., will execute a choice se-
lection of vocal and instrumental music. A steamboat
will be in readiness at 7 P. NI. at Pier No. 1, near the
Battery, to convey the company ,to New-Brighton, and
to re-convey them to New-York, at the close of the con-
cert. Tickets at $1 each, can be obtained at Messro.
Delmonico's, and at the principal' Music Stores in the
city and also at the bar of the Pavilion. For details, see
the programnme of the performances. jy30 4t
NIAGARA.-The public Is respectfully informed.
that these magnificent pictures are now open tor exhibition
at the new Panorama Building, corner of Prince arid Mer-
cer Broadway.
painting,of the largest class, covering a surface often thou-
sand square feet, painted from drawings taken by Mr.
Catherwood in 1834.
The PANORAMA OF NIAGARA is also a beatitul
picture ; and has been pronounced by competent judges,
superior to any representation of this celebrated cataract
ever presented to the public.
Open from 9 in the mornin, till 10 at night.
Admittance 25 cents to each Panorama.
Books ofdescription may be obtained at the door, at 121
cents each. jel8
LADE'S COLLtOQUIES. -Imaginary Conversations
S between a Phrenologist and the shade of' Dugald
Stewart. By J. Slade, M. D., F. G. S. M. P. S. L. ;
lately Physician to two Infirmaries; Author of Letters
on Phrenology, or the Physiology of the Brain" ; A
Treatise on Ophthalmia, &c. &c. In I vol. 12mo. Im-
ported and for sale by
au2 WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broadway.
and familiar Treatise on the culture ot the soil, the
orchard, an i the garden ; the rearing, breeding, and nan-
agemuent of every description of live stock ; the diseases to
which they are subject, and the remedies ; directions to
the management of the dairy ; a description of the most
useful implements of hushandary ; and every information
necessary to the practical agriculturist. By R. H. Budd.
Publishea and for sale by
au2 S. COLMAN, 141 Nassau st.
POPE'S WORKS.-The Works of Alexander Pope ;
with a Memoir of the Author, Notes and Critical
Notices on each Poem, by the Rev. G. Croly, L. L. D ,
Southey'. Poetical Works, published monthly, and to be
completed in ten vols. 12mo. vol 1 received.
Bridge's Milton, with illustrations, by J. M. W. Turner,
Esq R. A. in 6 vols. lneo.
Imported and for sale by
au2 WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broadway.
NO. 65.-MISCELLANEOUS WORKS recently re-
ceived from London, and for sale by WM. A. COL.
MAN, No 205 Broadway, at moderate prices, viz-
Mechanics, Easy Lessons in, with familiar Illustrations,
12mo. numerous wood cuts, 1836.
Medicme Artis Princeps, post Hippoc(ratem et Galenum.
Gr. et Lat. AretausI railianus, Celsus, &c. &c. 2 thick
vols. folio, "edit optima," Stephan, 1566.
Medical. Barthoinnus de Confect. Alchermes, 1672. Boer-
haave repurgatme Med Fac. Simpli. (" excellent,") 1721;
Dr Green's Harvaii Oratio; Holford, H. Orationes liar-
veii, 1800-25; Hotton Rei Herb. Hist. et Fata. EIzev. 1695;
Niemeyer <1e Bile, 1795; Richter de Idioticismis, i73i,;
Rungii ut obnoxia fruit Ars Medica, 1716; Dr. Water-
house's Orat. Inaug. 1783, 11 4to. tracts.
---Dr. Shorton the Inward UOes of Water, 1725;
Dr Kilkpatrick on Inoculation in 'outh Carolina, 1743;
Rev. E. Mtissey's Sermon against Inoculation, 1722, &c.

A CHEMICAL BANK, Augustlst, 1838.
T a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Chemil
cal Bank, helix this day, John Q. Jones, was unanimous-.
ly chosen Cashier, in the place of Archibald Craig, Esq.
A aemi-anntnal Dividend of four per cent. was also dt
cleared, payable to the Stockholders on or after tihe 8th in-
The transfer book is closed from this time until the 8th
instant. By order of the Board.
augl dtl0th J. Q JONES, Cashier.
T CAPTTAL, $50,000,000.
HIS INSTITrUTION has been organized under the
General Banking Law of the State of New York. Its
Capital is Fifty Mili'onis of Dollars -two millions of which
have been subscribed.
'I he Company are now prepared to receive additional
applications for its stock, to be paid for in ca-h, in State
stocks, or in bonds secured by mortgage on unincumbered
real estate within the United States ; such applications to
be addressed to the Vice President at this office.
The terms upon which this Company make their ar-
rangements, ace as liberal as those of any corporation in
the State.
JOSEPH D. BEERS, President.
DANIEL E. TYLEE, 2d1 Cashier.
Joseph D Beers, Henry Yates,
Myndert Van Schaick, Daniel E Tylee,
Thomas E Davis, Peter Stuyvesant,
Stephen Whitney, Ansen G Phelps,
George D Strong, Thomas L seivoss,
Thomas Tileston, John L Graham,
John R Peters, Wm P Hallett,
Aquila G Stout, Valentine G Hall,
James B Murray, Wm Stebbins,
Richard Suydam. Henry H Leeds,
Henry H Elliot, Gilbert Allen,
Obadiah Holmes, Thomas G Talmage,
Couttlandt Palmer.
Sheldon Thompson, Buffalo, N. Y
Washington Hunt, Niagara County.
David E Evans, Genesee County.
William K Stronz, Ontario County.
William M Oliver, Yates County.
James Seymour, Monioe County.
John Devereux, Oneida County.
Stephen Warren, Benssulaer County.
Jonathan Trotter, Kings County.
Charles Hoyt, do do.
Samuel D Walker, Baltimore,
James Erwin, New Orleans.
SCopies of the articles of Association, and all necessary
information respecting the Company, can be had upon ap-
plication at the office of the company. jy2S 4wis
Articles of Association. made and entered into. under
and pursuant to an Act of the Legislature of the State of
New York, entitled An act to authorize the business of
Banking," passed April eighteenth, one thousand eight
hundred and thirty-eight, Witness, that the subscribers,
whose names and seals are hereunto affixed, have asso-
ciated themselves under and pursuant to the act aforesaid,
and do certify and declare the Articles of tneir Association
to be as follows :
Section 1. The name assumed to distinguish ihe Asso-
cilaion, and to be used in its dealings, shall be THE
Sec. 2. This Association shall commence on the four-
teenth day ofJuly, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-
eight, and shallterminate on the eIst diy of November, two
thousand three hundred and one.
Sec 3. The city of New York shall be the place where
the operations of discount and deposit, and the general
business of this Association shall be carried on.
Sec. 1. The capital stock of this Association shall be
two millions of dollars, to be divided into twentythousand
shares, of one hundred dollars each, with power and au-
thority to increase the same, as hereinafter mentioned, to
fifty millions ofdollars.
Sec. 2. The Directors of this Association shall provide
and keep suitable books for the r gistry and transfer of
the shares of the capital stock, which shall be transfera-
ble on the books of the Association, by the owners or
their attorneys, in the manner which shall be prescribed
by the by-laws.
Sec. 1. All the power, rights, and privileges of each
and all the associates, and those who may become such
by virtue of these articles, are hereby irievocatly dele-
gated to, and vested in, and shall be exercised only by a
Board of Directors, and suci officers and agents as they
shall appoint.
Sec. 2. The Board of Directors shall consist of forty
Sec. 3.
(Here follows a list of the Directors. See the advertise-
ment above.)
shall be the first Directors; and their power and authority
shall corn n ence on the day that these articles shall be
filed and recorded in the office of the Clerk of the City a' d
County of iew York.
See. 4. The said Board oF Directors shall be divided by
lot into classes of five each, and be so arranged that the
time of service oi oie of said classes shall expire o(n the
fist Tuesday in June next; of one at the end o, one year
thereafter ; of one at the end of two years thereafter lo one
at the end of ihree years thereafter ; of one at the end f
four years thereafter ; of ne at the end of five years there-
after ; of one at the end of six years thereafte- ; o' one at
the end of seven years thereafter ; so that five Directors
shall be elected each 'ear.
Sec. 5. The first election on Directors under these arti-
cles shall be held in the city ol" New York, on the first
Ttm.a3Sy~Vf L..-, ,f ilen y-,* i_ _>- 'ti- -,
and thrrty-ntne, and thereafter on the first Tuesday in
June of each year, at sucH time of the day, and at such
place in the said City as the Board of Directors for the
time being shall by resolution appoint.
Sec. 6. Notice of the election for Directors shall be pub-
lished in two of the daily newspapers, printed in the City of
New York, for at leastthirty days immediately preceding
the day of election.
Sec. 7. The Board of Directors shall, previously to
each election, appoint three pe sons to be inspectors of e-
Sec. 8. All elections for directors shall be by ballot ; and
each shareholder shall be er titled to one vete, in person or
ptoxy, on each share of st ck standing in his name on the
books ofthe Association, and the five persons having the
greatest number of votes snail be Directors.
Sec. 9. At any election, if there shall be a failure to
elect, in consequence of two or more persons having an
equal number ol votes, the Board of Directors shall, by bal-
lot and by plurality of votes, determine which of the per-
sons so having an equal number of votes, shall be thie Di-
Sec. 10. The Board of Directors shall have power, and

Rates of passage, including wines, Skc. for berths in the
main saloon thirty-five uine s, ($163 44 ;) in other part
of the ship. thii ty gui eas, ($140) ; Siewari's tees l 10s
r $7 65 Childreni under 13 and servants hal price.
Letters received on bard will Le charged 25 centsper
shi g!e letters-larger letters in proportion. A bag will be
appropriated to letters for the Contienot of Europe, and
,hey will be deposited therein on payment, in addition to
the ship's postage as above, of the regular English postage
from Bristol to their port of departure from Eingland to
the Continent, wh ch port of departure should be desig-
nated on the Letters.
The ship can carry about 100 tons of goods, and persons
wish'nrt' import gools hythis conveyance, and who have
no established corre-pondents at Bristol, will have every
requisite facility proviled,on application to the subscriber,
and the iik- facility will be afforded to those shipping goods
rom this to Bristol, for their transmission thence to their
plaoe of destination.
A Surgeon is permanently engaged for the ship, and
every provision made for the comfort and security of the
For passage, by any of the trips from New York, or
freight, apply personally or by letterno
RICHARD IRVIN 98Frontstreet,
je28 Agent of the Great Western Steam Ship Co.
tie .0th lugust.--The packet ship TORONTO,
R Griswold, master, will sail as above, her re-
_u1a Aay. For freight or passage, apply on board, footof
Pine street, or to JOHN GRISWOLD,
jy26 72 South street
o FOR LONDON-British Vessel-'1 he superior
A 1 coppered and copper fastened British barque
HYMEN, Digbv, master, will have early des-
patch torhtie above port For freighter passage, apply to
WADSWORTH & SMITH, 4Jones lane,
je23 rear of 103 Fiont street.
on the 7th Aug--The packet ship INDEPEND-
M ENCE, Nye. master, will sail as above her
regulariay. For freight or passage, apply to the captain
in board, at foot of Maiden lane, ro to
jyl4 GRINNELL, MINTUiN & CO 134 Front st.
y-" FOR LIVERPOOL Packetof the 13th Aug.-
4SMSThe packet ship VIRGINIAN, Harris, master,
., will sail as above, her regular day. For freight
or passage, apyly on board,at foot otMaiden lane, orto
jyl4 ROBERT KE.MIT, 74 South st.
L *FOR LIVERPOOL-[New Lmne.]-Packet of
ql 25th Aug -The packet ship SIDDONS, Captain
I lex. Britton, 900 tons nurthen, will sail as a-
ho. e. 'or freight or passage, having not only very splen-
did but unequalled accommodations for comfort, apply
on board at Orleans whar', foot of Wall street, or to
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
S- The ship SPERIDAN, Captain A. Pierce, will
succeed the Sid ions. and sail on the 25th Sept. jyA6
F OIL HAVRE-Packet of the 8th of Aug.-
C 111-A *. 1._1- -t,; r -w*V t- OTT T V T : --

on unincutimbered real estate within the United States,
worth at least fifty per cent., more than the amount of such
bond and mortgage i and one half of the resdue ofsaid
capital at 'ck, and of any increase thereof, sh II be in-
vested in ihe same manner, or in the public debt of the
United states, or of any State of the Union, or of any in-
corporated city in the United States.
Sec. 1. No Director or shareholder in this Association
shall be liable in his individual capacity for any contract,
debt, or engagement of this Association. jySl Iwis e
State of New York, Secretary's Office.
I h-.ve compared the praceding with a certain transcript
or exempt flcation of the articles of the association of the
North American Trust and 1ankin2 Con.pany, filed this
day in this office, an] do certify that the same is a correct
transcript therefrom, and of the whole of said transcript or
exemplification. (Sizned,) ARCH'D CAMPBELL,
Albany, July 18, 1838 Dep. Secretary.
S o rTICE.-The Books of Subscription tor the seo k
will be opened for subscriptions at No. 441Wall-street, in
the City of New York, on Tuesday, the 4th day of Sep-
tember next,at 10 o'clock, A. M., and will continue open
ten days, (unless the whole capital shall be snoner sub-
scribed,) from 10 o'clock, A.M., till three o'clock, P. M.,
each day.
Dated New York, July 18, i83S.
By order of the Commissioners,
jy24 tSeptl7 Committee of arrangements.
U Wall street. -At a meeting of the Board of Direc-
tors, held on Tuesday, the 24th inst., Mr. SHEPHERD
KNAPP, was unanimously elected President of the Asso-
ciation, and the following resolution was adopted :
Resolved, Tha the Books of Subscription to the capital
stock ofthe Mechanics' BankringAssociation shall be open-
ed for ten days-to wit: from Thursday, .6th of July to
Monday, 5th August next, inclusive, to receive additional
subscriptions, at the office of the Company, No. 8 Wall
street, between the hours of 1) and 11 o'clock, each day.
$4 on each share to be paid at the time of subscription.
$2 on each share to be paid on Wednesday, the 5th if
September next
$4 to be paid in '0 days after the Bank shall have comn
menced business.
Tne residue, 60 per cent. to be paid as follows :-In
cash, 60 days after the Banik hall have commenced busi
ness, or "by mortgages upn improved, productive, un-
incumbered lands within this State, worth double the
amount for which they shall beso mortgaged, to be made
under such regulations for ascertaining the title and value
as the Comp roller may deem proper."
In order to afford ample opportunity to examine proper-
ty and evidence of title, notes will be received tor this in-
stalment, at 6, 9, and 12 months, with interest from the
time the Bank commences business, for which the mort-
gages may at an y time be substituted previous to the time
of expiration, and the notes be cancelled.
Notice is also given, that theSecond Instalment of Two
Dollars per share on the fitst subscription, is required to
be paid at the (ffice, No. 8 Wall street, on Wednesday
next, the fist day of August, between the hours ol 10 and
3 o'clock, pursuant to thenotice heretofore given.
John I. Labagh, James G Stacey,
Andrew Lockwood, Thomas R. Mercein,
Richard E. Mount, Archibald Gracie,
Ro'.ert Smith, A. ChanmIler,
Frederick Penrz, E. E Comstock.
James Hamott, E. B Clayton,
James R Walter, Samuel Roome,
Richard Nelson, James Van 'Norden,
Peter J. Bogert, John A. Bunting,
Nicholas Ludlum, Win. H. Peck.
Published by order of the Board.
jy25 10Ot THOS. R. MERCEIN, Secretary pro tern.
j- Via Newport and Proridence.-
10 HFrom Battery Place, N. River.
vare, Four Dollars.
The PROVIDENCE, Captain Woolsey, leaves this
afternoon at5 o'clock fir Providence.
VIA STONING 1ON-From pier No 4, N. River.
Fare to Providence, Four Dollars.
The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, leaves this
aftei noon at 6 o'clock, for Stonington.
Passengers for B ston will take the Railroad Cars
immediately on their arrival, au2
--FOR ALBANY-From the foot c'
Barclay street
The CHAMP LAI N, Friday morning, at 7 o'clock.
Tihe ALBANY, Saturday morning, at 7 o'clock.
From the f.ot of Courtlandt street.
The SWALLOW, this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The DE WITT CLINTON, tomorrow afternoon at 5
NOTICE.-All Goods, Freight. Baggage, Bnk Bills,
Specie, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped, or
put on board the Boats of this Line, must be at the risk os
the ownersofsuch Goods. Freight, Bagage, be. au2
617 tons-Capt. Swainson, R. N., Commander.
oThis. fine ate-mer hay-
ig safely arrived will be

An~'r axeine surgyarion isr Liv-et nagdo
des patched again for Lv-
Serpool on Saturday, 4th
August. at4 o'clock, P.
The- ,aiM. She isonlyl6months
F fu--therd, and Ipiom her peculi-
ar cAnstruction, beir g dt.
vided i flyea eccti -re, each ,, atar tight., are is considered
one oi'tbe sai'eet tboats in "Dngiaa'd.
Her accommodations are capacious and well arranged

will be furnished.
An experienced surgeon is permanently engaged on
board this slip.
Letters wil be taken at the rate on 25 cents for a siogle
sheet, and in proportion for larger ones, or hoe dollar per
,,unce weight. They will be received at the Exchange
Reacting Room, or at the Cousignees' office.
The Re? ai William will positively sail on the above day.
For further particulars, apply to
jy25nau4 or JACOB HARVEY, 23 Pine st.
1390 tons burthen,
James Hosken, R? .N. Commander.
the remainder ,,fthe year
are alter-ed as follows :
From From
New-York: BristolE.
if~th lug. 2lst July.
14th Oct. Rth Sept.
22d Nov. 28th Oct.

0. 3.--1EDICAL BOOK.--Gross's General t.-
Sat imy, containing a concise descrip ion of the ele-
mentary tissues of the Human Body, from ihe French i f
1. L J. Bayle and H. Hollaid, one iol. octavo.
Marshall Hall on the Circulation of the Blood, especial-
ly as observedd in the minute and capillary vessels of the
Batrach a, and of Fishes, with ten plates, one vol octave. .
Hatin's Manual of Practical Obstetrics, &c.&c transla-
ted t.y J 0. Griss, M. D. with an Appendix, containing a
Physiological Memoir upon the Brain, from the French of
M. Magendie, by Jos. Gardner, M. D. 1 vol. 12mo.
Hutin's on the Physiology of Man, translated by Joseph
Tog no, Student of Meoicine. For sale by
GEORGE ADLAttD, 46 Broadway.
jy3leod [List to be continued. I
SOUCHoNG TEA-In chests, half do, anti fancy
boxes, for sale by
aul ROBERT GIRACIE, 20 Broad st.
A SEIGNETTE BRANDY, entitled to debenture-
*L 14 pipes; 71 half pipes and 13 bbls genuine A
Seignet e Brandy, of high proof and flavor, balance of im-
portation per Sardius, for sale by
E. STEVENS' SONS, 110 South st.
Also, Otard, Dupuy & Co. real Cognac Brandy, pale and
colored fr..m 1 to I I years old. aul
LOOR MATTING- 90 pieces of superior quality 6-4
Canton white Matting, for sale by
jyl7 CARY & CO.90Pine street.
SHAMPAIGNE, of various brands and qualities, 150C
C baskets, for sale by
jel5tf GRACIE & SARGENT, 2 Hanover st.
SLOUR-5ou barrels Ohio, for sale by
jy243t E STEVENS' SONS, 110 South st"
SHEATHING CO PER-200casesEnglish Sheathint
S Copper, 14 a 32 oz, for sale in quantities to suit pur-
chasers, by GRINNELL, MINTUKN & Co>.
jy20 134 Front st.
SOCK WINES,from Scott & Fohr, of Manheim-Jo-
hanisberg Cabinet, Rupertsbeiger, Steinberger,
Rudesheimnier, Hockheimer, Lierfraumiliech, Geisenhei-
me'-, Forster & Dunheimer.
The above Wines are of superior quality, and for sale by
jyI7 P. A. H. RENAULD, 30 Pine st. up stairs.
BADDER-30 casks prime Ombro Madders, for sale
jy2o 134 Front st.
SREEN GAUZE-o cases Canton, figured and plain
W for sale by
el3 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South street.
A AUILLAC MEDOC-An excellent low priced Claret
S for sale in boxes of a dozen, by
-R. H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway,
July 23 corner of Wt ite street.
kHIT'E PONGEES-10 cases white Pongees, SU
inch, for sale by
jy20 GRINNELL, MINTURN&CO 134 Front at.

r. P.W~ ttO s
(Office of the New-York American,b)
All Orders executed with neatness and punctuality, and
on moderate terms.
Chancery Bills and other Law work carefully printed.
137 & 119 Mercer street.
F OR GENTLEMEN on comencing,-Mondavs,
vWednesdays and Fridays, from 6 to half past 7 A. M. '
PAST SCHOLARS, in 'e-sons of Rearing and Leaping,
with other instructions, Tuesdays Thursdays, and Satur
days, from a to half-past 7 A.M.
LADIES' SCHOOL every day from 9 to 2 o'clock
Ladies on commencing will be particular to attend
early, if possible, my 0 3mis
flBHE CO-PAR'NERSHIP heretofore existing be-
Stween the subsi fibers under the firm of PARISH &
CO. is by mutual consent this day dissolved. The name
ofl the firm will be used by either of the partners in liquida-
tion only. HENRY PARISH,
New York, August l1st, 1838.
The undersigned have this day associated themselves
under the firm of LE ROY M. WILEY & CO. for the
purpose of conducting the Dry Goods Importing aan Job-
bing Business, and will trdnsact the same in the store for-
merly occupied by PARISH & CO.
New York, August let, 1938. aul Iw
LHE BOARD OF DIREC r'ORS of the Mechanics
and Traders' Bank, New Orleans, have declared a Divi-
dend out of the profits cftlhe last six months, of three per
cent, ($1 60 per share,) which will be payable to the
Stockholders oa the Books of the Agency in the city of
ewYork, on or after the 1st September next.
ROBER r' WHITE, Cashier M. C.
Manhattan Company, New York, ISth July, 1839.
subscriber will a tend to the sale, exchange and set-
tlement of Lands in Florida, the investigation and perfect
ing of titles to Real Estate, conveyances, &c., and to the
adjustment and collection of debts. His office is at his re-
sidence in the City of St. Augustine, East Florida.
SOHN H. GOURLIE, Stock and Exchange Broker,
58 Wall street, (up stairs.) executes orders at the
Board, for the purchase and sale of Stocks, Exchange
(foreign and domestic,) Treasury Notes, &c. &c. a2s
JIANO FORTES,at reduced prices -The subsccner
Invites the attention of purchasers to the large and
valuable assortment of superior toned Piano Fortes, now
on hand, consisting of plain mahogany square and roui,
cornered Pianos, with metallic plates, elegant crotch ma-
hogony do, with two pedals, harp stop, &c.; elegant hol
low cornered mahogany and rosewood Pianos, with the
improved grand action, harp stop, &c.; rosewood upright
Piano Fortes, with the grand action, &c ; various patterns
of Scroll, Grecian, Tablet, &c. &c All of which are
warranted to be manufactured of such materials asto stand
the changes of every climate. Great attention to the pack-
ing of instruments is given, that no injury will occur by
Purchasers areinvited to call andexamine, as the prices
are much reduced, and the assortment extensive.
ZEj' No charge for packing or keeping the instruments
n tune.
Also, Stools to correspond with the Pianos.
Sign on the Golden Lyre,
ap9 201 Broadway. south St. Paul's Church.
UBOIS, BACON & CHAMBERS beg leave to in
Form their friends and the public in general, that
they have removed from No. 167 to No. 285 Broadway,
opposite Washington Hotel, where they offer for sale an
extensive, varied, and choice assortment of
of the English and French Grand Actions, all made of
seasoned materials, and warranted in the usual manner
Also, a good supply of
of every description. To their large catalogue of standard
they are making daily additions of new works.
Grateful for the patronage heretofore bestowed upon them,
they solicit, at their new place of business, the favors of,
their numerous friends, and those of the public.
myl 2aw3m
way, New York, have for ale, just published, a duode-
cimo volume, containing a full account of what has been
projected and accomplished in navigating the Atlantic by
steam ; comprising, among others, the following articles :
I. Some Ideas and St-Lements,the result of considerable
reflection on the subject of Navigating the Atlantic Ocean
with Steam Ships of large tonnage : made known in 1830,
and published in one of the city journals in 1832, by Ithiel
II. The Arrival, Description and Departure of the Sirius
and Great Western, (thus t'ullfilling the above project
made eight years previous) with lists of their passengers,
account of the festivities, in honor of their arrival, &c.
III. A very interesting and valuable article trom the
London Atheneum, embracing a lull view of the subject,
description ofthe British Queen
IV. l'he voyage of the Savannah, in 1819, being the
first passage of mhe Atlantic by steam made by an Ameri-
can vessel.
V. Statistics of the various Companies already formed
for this purpose.
VI. A C. ncose View of the Progress of Elec'ro.Mag-
netism and its probable application to Navigation-from
various ouicerntic ten.
VII. An account of Capt. Cobb's steamer, the DES
PATC i, with a full description of her engine, consum-
ming but one-tenth the usual quantity of fuel.
Illustrated with fine wood engravings of the Sirius and
Great Western. m26
od be published- Black wood's Edinburgh Magazine for
July-The Metropolitan Magizine for do-Bentley's Mis-
cellany tor do, edited by B 'z, and embellished by ,wo en.
cravings after Cruikshank. Ala, The London Quarter-
lyRrview, No. CXXIII for July; The Edinburgh Re-
view No. CXXXVI for do ; The Foreign Review. Nn.
XLI for do ; The London and Westminster, No. LXI for
The Magazines commence volumesand present a favor-
able opprucu.ty to those who may be desirous ot subscri-
bing to those excellent periodicals.
Terms-Blackwod and Bentley $5 each; Metropolitan
$4, or when taken in connexion with either of the former
works, the two together will be $9 ; the four Reviews S ;
three of nh m. $7 ; two of them $5 ; and one $3 rer an-
num. all payable in advance. WM. LEWER,
.jy30 3tis cor Broadwty anti Pine sts.

cates as to its value and advantages.
opportunities s for small and profitable investment of
capital in business in this Town, should itbe desired, are
always afforded.
i e Fainims will be sold together or separately. Good
productive property in the eity,,r a stock ofgood merchan-
ize, will be received in part payment.
N b. The bricks uouse *nthr Lumir two.to five acres of
land ill be sold separately ifrequested.
jel2 eoltnf J A. BuOCOCK, 24 Nassau st.
L IVEtPOUL OtREL COAL.-150tons best Livet-
U pool Orrel Coal, lhwered in the hold and selected
expressly for family use, now landing from packet ship
Siddons, and for sale in lots to suit purchases, by
jy20 E. K. COLLINS & Ci,., 56 South st
IRGINIA COAL AFLOAT.-Now landing from the
schr S. L. Randolph, a cargo of Virginia Coal, of a
superior quality for Smith use. For sale in lots to suit
purchasers, by I
LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington street,
corner of Le Roy and Greenwich st., and East Broadway
jy3l and Gouverneursts.
LU ing from ship Siddons, B ondell'sOrrel Coal, of supe-
rior -quality, imported particularly for family use, lfor sale
in quantities to suit purchasers, by applying on board, or to
250 Washington street, Le R-y and Greenwich at.,
Mau I and East Broadway and Governeur st.
,IDNEY COAL AFLOAT-Now landing from the
4 brig Brilliant, a cargo of SidneyCoal, of a very supe-
rior quality and size,|for sale low,in lots to suit purchasers,
by applying on board foot of Robinson st. E R, or to
250 Washington, Leroy and Greenwich streets,
aul and East Broadway and Gouverneur sts:
SEACH MOUNTAIN COAl-.--The subscribers have
Sfor saie Peach Mountain Coal, of superior quality,
in broken, egg, lump and nut sizes, for sale in quantities
to suit purchasers, by
LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington st.
Leroy & Greenwich ses., and East Bnoadway & Gouer-
neur sts. aul St
it ANILLA COFFEE.-50 bags Manilla Coffee, a
jot superior article for family use, just receive and
lor sale by R. W. BULOID, 199 Broadway.
Also-A few bags old government Java Coffee, remain-
ing on hand, anil for sale ats above. jy26
.RENCH WINES-An assortment of Champaigne,
i Sauterne, Challis, Chateau, Margaux, and Lafitte,
St. George, Grave, and La Rose. Just received and for
iy26 8t 27 William street

T ENERIFFE WINE-Haltf pipes and quartercaks of
I London Particular, India Market and Cargo, if the
approved brand of "Carpenter & Co." for sale by
Mjy31 CARY & CO 90 Pine st
SAVANA SEGARS-A large assortment of Canines,
F Mareno's, La Piueba, and other brands, entitled

ANTED, in a Lw Office, a BOY, of from twelve
to fiLteen)eais o' age, who can write a good hand
and do the neceesa.y (ttt-dooi business. Recom ijenda
tions or refrence.e will be requred. Applyto
R. &. T. SEDG V ICK, Jr. No. 8t Nassau street.
jy81 w
LERK WANTED-In an importing house, a young
-' man who writes well and is accurate in figures. Ad-
dress box 627 post office. jy3i 1w
S ANTED, TO GO TO CANADA--A person com-
Speteut. to give instructicn iin 1Music and in the
Frech language. Apply at office No. 12, in building No.
13 Pine street, up-stairs, between the hours of 10 and 12
o'clock. aul lwis
Alabama Funds wtinted by
jy3O0 itf GRACIB & SARGENT, 8 Hanover st.
S'IHARLESTON BANK NOTES wanted at improved
_/ rates by S. J. SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
aul and 22 Wall street.

S(1ST-On Friday, July 13, a Diamond Breast-Pin,
S A star shaped shirt-pin. The finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving It at T. A. Emmet's Office, No. 34
Wall street, up stairs, jy25 tf
SI tER-A large black Trunk, with oil cloth or
painted cloth cover, card sewed on cover with Miss Patter
ton's name on it, (the card probably lost off,) and leather
straps round the whole, containing ladies' apparel and
some ,ewehy. Any person having it in possession will
confer a particular favor by giving information to
jy25 JOHN GKISWOLD, No. 70 South et.
S"FORAGE OF DRY GOODS c-an be taken, in-the
S- large fire-proof store, No 3) Pine street, near the
Custom House. Intquire up stains, on the premises.
TORAGE-Of 5000 bales Cotton, or the bulk thereof,
Scan be had in the new fire proof stores Nos. 4 and 6
Joneslane. Apply to
Je13 WADSWORTH & SMITH, 4 Jones late.
No. 90, in the north aisle, one of the most eligible sit-
uated Pews in rthe Church ; lined, carpeted, and cush-
ioned. Apply at the office of the New YorkAmerican.
jy3l 6t
1 NUNCIATION, under the Pastoral charge of the
Rev. Samuel Seabury, D. D., corner of Prince and
Thompson streets. Applications to be made to the uni
designed Pew Committee.
WM. H. BELL, 4 Spruce street.
L. M. H. BUTLER, 4 Vesey street.
N. B. The Church will be opened on Friday and Satur-
day afternoons. M9 tL
NLOR SALE OR TO LET.-A first rate built Stable
on 9th street, between the second and third Ave-
nue. Apply at No. 17 St. Mark's Place, or No. 30 Pine
street, up stairs.
ap3O "P. A. H. RENAULD.
'ITORE IN BROADWAY.-To Let, the Storeand fix.
S tures No. 563 Broadway, in the Lyceum of Natural
History. Apply to JOHN C. JAY,
ap21tf No 22 Bond street.

TO LET-The upper part of the Store No. 102
A Broadway. Inquire on the premises. jy3o0

modern tHree story House on the corner of
)leecker street and Varick place. The house is
I -ioN undergoing a. thorough overhauling, and will
be pdiittd inside to suit the tenant. It comprises all
modern improvements and comforts. For terms, apply at
the office ufthe NewYork American. The key ol the house,
which may be viewed at any iime, is at F. A. BALT-
ZAR'S, cabinet maker, on the opposite corner of Bleecker
street. jy23lf
k RESIDENCE COMBINED, within one hour's
12A distance of New York, either by railroad or
Aneamboat, situated on the corner of Broad and
Icari Atreets, in the most elevated and agreeable part of
Etizabethtown, New Jersey, about 400 yardsfrom the two
The house is a large, airy, and substantial double two
story one, stables, ice house, &c. &c. Three wells of ex-
cellent water and a cistern ; a garden abounding, with the
,hoicest fruits, vegetables and flowers.
Possession carn be had immediately, if wished. For fur-
ther information apply to C. KING, at the office of the
New York American, or to
jyl4 tf On the Premises.
- For sale, adjoining the flourishing town of Au
I 1 burn, two Farms one cf 100 acres and the other of
JL.aI93 acres of fine arable land. On the 100 acre Farm
&mer, is a small well finished frame house, painted, and
in good repair, and which house alone is now rented to
a merchant in town for 100 dollars per annum, a large
barn, &c. &c. There is a young Orchard of superior
gral ted fruit trees, and a large and well cultivated gai.
dien There aie 20 acres of woodland covered with large
Beach and Maple trees.
The land is strong rich soil, admirably adapted to the
raising of wheat, is well watered and divided into mcder-
ately sized fields, the fences oft which are in the best order,
Upon the tarm containing 93 acres, there is a large two
storied double brick house, welljfinished throughout; two
nar ns, and other out buildings. There are also two large
The House is a handsome dwelling situable,for a gendle-
men's residence, and has attached to it a good garden con-
ttining a variety of fruit trees: such as Peaches, Plums,
Cherries, &c. &.c. of the best bearing age. The land is sin,-
liur to that of'the farm before described, Is well watered
and in g,+od fence.
These two Farms were originally one, and are now di-
vided by the Turnpike Roid to Skeneatelas, extending
along tnat Road about half a mile, secured on each side
by a picket, and good running board leisice. The situation
is excelled oy none In that section of the country, univer-
sally admitted to be exceeded by no part of the State, and
having the great advantage of being close to the corpora-
tion line of Auburn, one of the wealthiest and most rap
ialy improving towns in the state of New York.
Thie Railroad communication with Albany will be com-
pleted to Auburn in ab,,ut a year, as the workmen are now
in full operatlmn on the only part of the Road not finished,
that between Utica and Syracuse.
To amy person wishing to retire upon a Farm the pre-
sent opportuiriy offers advantages which can seldom be
(bund. Within a few minutes' walk the resident on this
property can exchange the retiremeut of the country for
the busy activity ot an enterprizing town, enjoying at the
same time all the conveniences of ctnurches, good schools,
and a certain market for the products of his Kaam.
There are other advantages connected with the proximi-
ty of this pro.,enty to the Coiporation limits of Auburn,
.vhnchit would'be useless to menflin in an advertisement,
nut of which every necessary inrormauon can be obtained
lomn the subscriber, wl~o has the most satisfactory certifi-

COMPANY have constantly on hand-
Repeating hMifles and Pistols, of different sizes,
Cap-Primers, of new and pertee constt uctiorn.
Orders will meet with immediate attention, if directed as
above, to the subscriber,
lyi8 C. B. ZABRISKIE, Sale Agent.
Sand Grocer, 142 Greenwich street, has on hanoi super
rior loaf, lump and crushed Sugar; also white Carthbgena
Sugar, superior Barbadoes, Porto Rico ano brown Havana
Sugar, together with a general assortment of Groce ies.
N. B. FamiliessuppliedwithfreshGoshen Butter. boods
enttoany partof the citv without charge f,,rporteraze

WORSTED STUFF GOODS -Assorted colored
6-4 Merinos,
Assorted colored 3-4 do, I
Assorted do 6-4 Damask Merinos, -
Black 3-4 and 6-4 Meritnos,
Black and drab 3-4 and4-4 rolled Circasslas,j
Scarlet printed 5 8 do do I
Azure and Scarlet 5-8 do do.j
Scarlet 3-4 Merinos,
Moreens, Watered (green, azure, crimson andqscarlet,)
SAssorted Crape Camlets,j
Black Lastings,
Back Bombazetts,
Scarlet anid green do, |
Cloak Camlets, (brown, black, blue, plum,)j
Black and colored Ratinets, ..
Blac t Brochelles,
Green Durants, i
Received and for sle by PJOSEPH WALTER,
jy21 lm* 31 Pine street.
RANDY AND GIN-208 pipes, hif pipes sand brl ]
ILD genuine A Seignette Brandy, of high flavor and
58j pipes pale and colored Otard, Dupuy & Co. Cognac
Brandy, various vintages
4 half pipes Champaigne old Brandy.
23 J pipes, bris and j casks pale Cognac, of 1815.
40 pipes Grape and high flavored Pine Apple Gin, for
sale by EBEN. STEVENS' SONS, 110 South at.
jyl7 2w

INDIAN BLANKETS, CLOTHS, &c.-50 bales of
real and imitation %Iackinaw Blankets, from lito $j

WEDNESDAY, 8th inst.
FRESH AND SUPERIOR TEAS-A-t 10 o'clock, at
their Tlea Sales Room, coiier of William street and Ex-
change place, the liiow i< ,' t I ea, just landed from the
ship Supel ior, Uat.inI McCane, loimtlg expensive and
entire invoices ofdeslrable qualities, consisting of-
.Young Hysin, in chests and hialfcchests,
fHyson, do do and flowered and painted
Gunpowder, )
Imperial, In various zed packages,
Pouchong, &c. J
The above Teas have been selected with great attention,
and will be found worthy the attention or the Trade.
Catalogues and Sdarnples will be ready the day previous
to the sale au2
W. C. HAGGERTY, Auctioneex.
Store 169 Pearl street.
WEDNESDAY, 8th August,
PAGKAGZ SALE --At 0 o'clock at the auction room,
300 packages British, French and American Lry Goods, a
6 months credit.
Catalogues and samples ready the day previous.
68 bales cotton osnaburgs, No. 1.
18 do do do No. 2.
S cases long yellow nankeens
TO LET-Stoies 75 and 77 Pine st.
L. M. HOFFMAN Auctioneer
BY L. el. HOPFPi' A & Co.
Store corner of Wall and Frontstreets
L, M. Hoffman & Co. will give their attention to FurL
ture Sales
At II o'clock in frontof the store,
Teas-200 131b boxes imperial, 100 do young nyson
Desk, &c-A counting house deit and an iron safe
Molasses- 20 hds mc lasses
Champaign-200 baskets champaign
Sugar- 40 bls sugar
(Oat Meal-60 blis superior oat meal
Salt.--At 12 o'clock at the public store, No 276 Water st
under the inspection of the wardens of the part. for account
of the underwriters, 1600 sacks of Liverpool stove salt, ly-
ing on board the Acadia, from Liverpool.
FRIDAY, Aug 1i0h.
Fresh Teas.-At 10 o'clock at the Phenix Sales Room,
the following Teas, &c. imported in the ship Superior, via:
Hyson, Young Hyson, Hyson Skin, Imperial, Gunpow-
der, Pouchong and Souchong, in assorted packages. Also,
5000o mats cassia. The above Teas have been very care
fully selected, and contain a large proportion of high cost
Teas. Catalogues and samples on the day previous.
WALDEN PXLL, &aCtiontiee.
BY D. C. & W, PELL.
Store No. 87 Wal lstreat
St. Domingo Mahogany.-At 4 o'clock at foot of Montgo.
mery st, E R, the cargoes of the schooners Ontario and
Savoy, consisting of 270 logs, about 50.0f0 feet sul erior
St Domingo mahogany, part of which is adapted to the Eu
ropean market. Terms, tour months, appi ved endorse
notes, over $100. Cats'," ine ready Wednesday.d
At of 11 o'clock Iiii AuWit tW ne auction room,
&Sweet and Dry Malga Wine-2u0 qr casks sweet'Mala-
ga wine, 200 do do dry Malaga do, landingfrom brig Elix&
and Susan
Sicily Wine-20 hds.and 40 qr casks superior Sicily wine
now landing. Terms liberal.
London Market Mahogany.- At 6 o'clock at Martin's
Spar Yard, the first wharf above the Tobacco Warehouse,
E R,the cargoes of the brigs Helen Gray and Intrepid,
from St Domingo, consisting of 210 logs, about 80,000 feet,
mahogany, principally of unusually large size and supe-
rior quality table wood and crutches. 'Ia terms, 6 months,
for sums over $100, approved endorsed nctes. Catalogues
ready on the day of sale.
Also, 19 logs St Domingo mahogany, of very large Six%.
At J of 11 o'clock, in front of their auction store.
Underwriter's Sale-1000 boxes English tin plates, 0
casks do,zinc, 40 do do white lead, from 200 to 600 lbe.
Paint-600 kegs Enelish paint
SATURDAY, 18th Aug.
At i to 11 o'clock in front ofthe store,
Port Wine-500 qr casks superior Port Wine, In bond,
on a credit of 4 months.
Welsh Ale-30 casks Welsh ale, In quarts and pints
Irish Marble.-At foot of Reade street, North River
the cargo of the brig Augusta, from Galway, consisting of
127 tons Irish ..jarble, from the quarries ofJ & A Ireland.
Teams, 6 months, approved endorsed notes. Catalogues
giving dimensions, &c. may be had ofthe auctioneers.
A few cases very superior Hock and Moselle wine/,of a
most favorable vintages, just landed, in lots to suit purcha-
sers, well worthy the attention._0 connoisseurs.
Port Wine-400 qr casks Pot 'Wine, now under custom
house lock

ONGRESS WATER.-I-he subscriber itas made
arrangements by which he will receive a supply of
Congress Water from the Spring every few days.
A quantity has just been received, and is now for sale,
either by the dozen or single bottle.
DR. J. R. CHILTON, Chemist, &c.
apl4 No. 263 Broadway.
4 RESH SWEDISH LEECHES-A li ot' fine Leech
es, received this day, are now for saleatretail by D
J. R. C HILTON No. 263 Broadway
Leeches applied by a coimpetbnt person. apl8
pany are prepared to remove deposits from Priviesin
the least offensive manner, using tight tubs. Orders ac
c.mpanied by the city inspectors permission, left at the of-
fce ofrthe New York Farmer, 120 Nassau street, up staare,
wvill be promptly attended to. Price S cents per cu ic lout,
in ordinary cases. POUDBETTE COMPANY.
jel9 tf
This article is recommended to hotel and boardi.tg
house keepers, and also to private families, a an econo
mical and expeditious preparation for extracting all we-
aetable stains, with,,ut injuring the texture of the forest
goods. By simply immersing linen or co~ton goods in this
liliuor, all stains and spots are instantly removed and the
fabric restored to its original purity and whiteness. Gro-
cers and merchants cai be supplied bv the dozen on liberal
terms. Sold at wholesale~anrd retail'by '
GODDARD & BUTLER, No 8 Gold street.
And at the Laboratory, No 222 William street, New
York. jy12

it shall be their duty, to supply all vacancies that may oc-
cur in their Board, by death, resignation or otherwise, du-
ring the ensulig year, and the year ensuing each annual
election ; and the person or persons so ariointe i. shall
hold the place or places for the same term that the person
or persons, in whose place or places lie or they shall ne
appointe-l, would hive hell the same.
Sec. 11. Every Director shall be or become a stockho]d
er to the amount of at least fity shares, before acting as a
Director, and within sixty days after his appointment or
election ; and any Director not being or becoming a share-
holderto the amount of fifty shares within sixty days after
his appointment or election, or afterwards ceasing to be a
shareholder to that amount, shall thereby vacate his place
as such Director, and his place shall be supplied by the
Board of Directors, as provide by sectiontenoi this article.
Sec. 1. The Board of Directors are hereby authorized
anrid emp wered to appoint one of their number President;
and to appoint a Vice President and Cashier, and such other
officers and agents as the business of the Association shall
require; and to remove such President, Vice President,
Cashier, officers, and agents at pleasure, ana appoint oth-
ers in their stead.
Sec. 2. The Board of Directors shall have authority to
determine what number of Directors shall constitute a
quorum for business, and to make such by-laws rules.
and regulations for the management of the business of
the As'ociation, and the government of themselves, offi-
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consistent with taw, or these Articles of Association : and
such by-laws, rules and regulations to alter at pleasure.
Sec. 2. The Board of Directors shall have power, on
behalfof the Association, to carry on the business of bank-
ing, by discounting notes, bills, and other evidences of
debt; by receiving deposits on interest or otherwise ; by
buying and selling gold and silver bullion, foreign coin,
and bills of exchange, in such manner as they may see
fit, for any purposes not prohibited by law; by giving to
those who make deposits of money or other things, such
receipts, bonds, bills, notes, or other evidernces of debt as
may be lawful ; by 1 lanig money on real and personal
security ; and by exercising all the incidental powers ne-
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such other powers, and transact such other business as the
said Association are, or may be, authorized by law to ex.
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Sec. 4. The Directors may deposit with, or transfer to,
the Comptroller of the State of New York, such part of the
capital stock, assets, or securities of the Association as is
authorized by law, and receive from him circulating bills
or notes, according to the provisions of the aloresaid sta-
tute, to loan and circulate as money, according to law.
Sec.5. The BoarJ of Directors may establish agencies,
and appoint all officers and agents necessary to take
charge thereof.
Soc. 6. The Board of Directors are hereby authorized
to increase the number of Associates, and the capital stock
of t!,is Association, from time o time, until the capital shall
amount to fifty millionsofdollars.
Sec 7. The time and mode ofincreasing the capital and
requiring the payment thereof, shall be fixed ant deter-
mined by the Directors in a manner not inconsistent with



eHOUSES, &c.& .

OFFWCES TO LET-In the new building, at
B thocora4ofFineand William streets.- Inqulire
S l t0 1pefle oftLnLeTDelaware.& Hudson Canal Co.
^laB7<. ~i'l-ard16 tf
.-. -," 0 iJ -~tl1'--'ne spaic;.Ous fire prool rive s 0 y
S 8tore, No. 18 Pine street, immediately adjoinit g
li.i teff Outoin House. Possession given imme-
tld 'diately. Apply at No. 141 Broidway. j a3
SLOPF KS TO LET--The upper pai tot tlie bti t,
No. 102 Broadwiy-consisting of three spacious
and well lighted rooms, suitable for warehouses.
Apply to
ei3 WILLIAM JACKSON, 102 Broadway.
USEATS, NEAR11 TH9 CITY.-Thie subscriber
i! i off,'rs at private sale his FARM, situated on the
Brooi.ly anid Jamaica Turupike. 7 miles from the Brook.
lyni Ferry, and about 41 miles from the Peck lip and
Williamsburg Ferries. h contains 1411 acres, lies on the
norttiorly side of the turnpike, on which nit has a front of'
more than 1600 leet; it is b ,unded on the east by'he re-
sidence of Mr John It. Snedeker, and oit the west by the
road leading ttyWlliamrsburg. As you recede.i-rom tie
turnpike, the land rises gradually till yo.u reach arin eLva.
tio'i of about 9 feet. The prospect is extensive, overlook.
ing the bay and ocean, and most of the western part of
Lo.:g Island; Itis capableof being 'ivide, adv'antageous.
ly into 4 or more part,, andfp'esentsi a rare opportunity for
a number of friends to unite and form a social neighbor-
hooJ. The c irs of the Long Island Railroad stop several
times daily, near the property, and make their trips in half
an hour. Mr. A. D. BENNET, on the premises, will
show the place. "ForterM -aud. other particulars, inquire
(between 10 and 2 o'clock) of
je30 tf ABRM. H. VAN WYCK. 47 Nassau st.
ESTATE FOR SALE.-That splendid proper-
.& ty, known as "Eeorslie," lately thetesidence of
Jamei Thomsofl, .- is offered for sale. It is
.L.A *situated in-the town of Rhinebeck, in Dutchess
couaty,a[tid consists ofabout 4o0 acrewiofgood lUnd; a aui-
taole.portionbeintig in forest, containing very valuable
timbet. The farm buildings are -extensive andof the best
description; and attached to the premises are an excellent
wharf, store house, boat house, and a number of small
houses for tenantry. The outer lines of the farm are
b)urotid by stone walls, for the increase and repair of
vhica, theie are excellent quarries on the estate. There
js, from the shore, a valuable Fishery. The orcha.rds and
,ar lens are rood and extensive. 'The mansion house is
be utiful,spaci,'us and convenient, with numerous appur-
tenant out buildings, such as gardener's cottage, laundry,
bil4rd_ rwom, &CSte. c. From tae house and pleasure-
grousida, and also from numerous points of the estate, the
views are extensive and beautiful inthe extreme; compris.
ing not only all that is grand and attractive in the scenery
of thE i Hu leon and'its shores, but ranging over an extent
ol' parr scenery, the finest, probably, that is afforded by
any place in the Uivef Counties It could, with singular
advantage, be divided inro several Country Seats.
The owner being resident abroad, this property will be
sold on favorable terms: for which, and a more particular
des'riptuoa, apply to
mohJ6tf ROGERS & CO, 55 Wall ast
S TO LET-A modern built three story House
-3 on the north side of Tenth street, near 2d Avenue,
*j 'ituyvesant Place. The House has grates and
Snarble mantel j sthco.ghkout,mahogany doors,
under cellar, &s. Itis la tr f'kwf'" 10 or 12 houses of
uniform front. Rent moderate.
Alasi, the dwelling part of a good house on the North side
of Canal street, between Varick and Hudson street.
Apply to GEOROE W. GILES, at No. 171 Canal St.,
before- 10 A'M., and after 5 o'clocr-P. M. ntlEtf
S FOR SALE-The neat and convenient 2 story
.'Z04 brick dwelling house and lot ofground, No 52 Oak
i5IIstreet. $3000 ofthe purchase money may remain
A8.-, on mortgage. Apply to
f'tf WM. DRAKE, 211 Water street
S O 'L0LET-Thelarge Basement Room,at presentdivid.
.L ed into two apartmdits, under the Bank of the Del
awareand Hudson Canal Co. at the corner of William and
Pine streets. Also, a Room on the floor oft ie same build
ing Ianquire atthe Bantik. fl6tf
HARLEM LOTA FO SALE.-Low on Fifth ave
nue, between 14th street and Washington Square will be
solid separately, or several laying togetiner, including the
cotrneriots, each 26 fetby 100, .
Lots on north side of Eleventh street, near Wooster st,
each 2A feet 6 inches ront, by 103 feet 31 inches deep.
Five lots at Harlem, very eNgibly situated. The terms
of paymnentmade easy and accommodating. With those
who wish to build on the lots, the whole pu chase money
can remain on mortgage.
Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, No 1 Nassau street,
corner of Wall street, between 12 and 3 o'clock P. M.
a whicnhthe Pirinciples of theSociety ar'e illustrated and
defended, by Fayette Mace, a member; published by
authority of the Society. -
Behold ihe latter day appears
Atid things mysterious greet our ears,
Which seem to make this wise demand.
Let him that heareth understand."
The Trade supplied by
jyl S. COLMAN, 141 Nassau street.

S now complete in 4 vols. 4to.
One copy is received, for sale by
Wh WM. A. C)LMAN, No 205 Broadway.4l
Where may be had an Arabic Bible, a Turkish one,
Welsh, Irish, Malayan, Modern and Ancient Greek, &c.,
&c., Btble4, or New Testaments. jyl6 lwis
A NDRgWS'S LATIN SERIES.--I. First Lessons in
Z. Latin ; or, An Introduction to Andrews & Stoddard's
Latino Grammar ; By PrpfeesorE, Andrews.'
2. A Grammar ot the Latin Lanfiguage, for the u N of
Schools dnd Colleges; by Z. A. Anarews and S. Stoddard;
4th edition ,
3. LatiiExercises, adapted to Andrews and Stoddard's
Latin Grammar ; by Professor E. A. Andrews.
4. The First Part of Jacobs and Doorbig's Latin
Resoler, adapted to Andrews and Stoddards Latin Gram-
mar ; by Erote sor A. A"- Andrews.
5. A Key to Latin Exercises, adapted to Andrews and
Stoddard4a Latin Grammar; by Proteasor'E. A. Andrews.
Forsale by GOULD & NEWMAN,
jyl6 corner of Fulton and Nasaau tts.
'. ing tie History of Man and Quadrupeds, British
and foreign bird, fishes, reptiles ard insects ; with nume-
rotm original notes, &e. and fin- illustrations, coloured in a
superior style, elegant little English miniature edition, in
3 small volumes, half morocco. Just publishes and for
sale by D. APPLETON & CO. European
jy14 and American Bookstore, 200 Broadway.
ItANGLISH BOOKS, received 'per late arrivals from
Mildleton's Life of Cicero; I vol, Sro
Fuller's church Histoy of Britain, S'vols 8vo
Lord Bacon'a Woyti;, z vol-i 8evo "
Hals's Analysis of ChronoJogy; 4vols
BurtAt-?eOwn Time; Ivol 8vt.
"tieldes History 6f Philosophyi I vol 8vol
Sishop Berkley% Wor 4; 1 -otr ...
Mitford's H ihory ofGree6-;'Voils 12mo
Johnson's Large Dicotiowry, 1 vol 8vo
Woonssary of Architecture; cuts, Vol ,vo.,
@MeCiatiica~s Commercial Dictionary; I Yol Sro
U0oHier's Annals of the S:age; 5 vols Svo
Stebuing's.Lives of the ItalianPoets;.-3 vols 8va
Lou=en'a Encyclopedias of Gardening, Cotfage and Vil-
lage architecture, Plants, and Agriculture, latest editions,
each'lw fo Sv ." r .'-'; :.';.. i .-
WhewelltsHistoru ofthe Inductive Scieuce,.3 vals Svo.
And variety -o4f thdr equally"valuiable'and important
Works. For sale by
aul D. APPLETON & CO. 200 Broadway.
11-7 the New Testament, 2 vols.
Buklad',s Geology, 2 vols; Biases' Beauty of Holiness
Buchanan's Researches in India; do.Life by Pearson.
Beasley's Search or Truth; Bard, Dr. Life by M'Vickar.
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy; Christian's Manual.
Cowper's Life by Hayley; do by Taylor; do Works by
Grimsawe; Cv rros Wreath; Chapman's Sermons.
Cunrngham's Sermons; do World without Souls; do
Velvet C ahion; do Morning Thoughts.
Campbet tin Miracles- do on the G'jspels.
,For i ale by SWORDS, STANFORD St CO.,
Au.uo ... 152 Broadway.-
A received by the subscribers-Contents- Miedical
Reform ; Causes of Kqman Suffering; Natural Death ;
Phys-ical Reform Necessary; Highly Instructive iacts;
Th ughts ror August; Metal Claues o l Disease; Bles-
sings o Milk Punch ; Burdell on 'eeth. Domestic'Doc-
torng" ; he Shower Bath; The Arctic Regions; Items
for August. GOULD & NEWMAN,-
aut corner o(f Nassaua anrid Fltn ste.
S TILKY & PUTNAM, importers, he. of Engiais,,
I V Fl'enci, and German Books, nas just received
froini Loaidon-
IBa-low o the Strength of Timber, Cast Iron, Malleable
lr-:. and other Matenr Is; with rules for application in
Architecture, construction of ailuspension Bridges, l.aii.
ways, etc. wihh a, appendix, on the Power of Locomotive
Engines, and the effect of inclined planes and gradients,
witih even plates, in 1 vol 8vo. I
Tredgold on the Strength of Cast Ironand other Metals,
in 1 vol avo
la Inan on Ventilation, Warming, and Transmission of
Sound, in I vol 8vo
Col. tumurey's Essay on the Modern Sy-tem of Fortifi-
catio adoptedd for thellefence oftheRhine:Frontier, exem-
plifiel in a copious Memoir on the Fortress of Coblentz,
and i lustrated by plans and sections of the Works at that
place, in I vol 80o.
History an.lDescription of the London and Birmingham
RaRCwAYv, n.y Peter Lecount, F. R A. S. (Civil Engineer),
a. d Thomas Roscoe. No. 1. illustrated with fine engra-
vlngs. .- ----' ,., aul


The p-.i t- pvq ejt'fu,-y tii.f,--o tuat the o'a.s on this
Railroad are now ruai ihg to Harlem River; and that on
and after rc.n~ay, ihe 3d July,instant, passengers will be
taken into theCars and landed only at the following places,
At Walker street, At 21st street, At 79th street.
Grand do 25th do 86th do
Broome do 28th do 92d do
Prince do 32d do 109th do
Bond Ido 42d do 15Ih do
4th do 50th do 125th do
9th do 61st do 133d do
13th do 71st do
New York, July 19, 183?. jyl9
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT-- Commencing lat June.

New York: .esurk, 'lnizabetht-wn, Rahway5 and
Mw -Brii iek.
,JerseyCityto.-oewakX,371T cents; EItzabethtown, 37J
cents; .gahway, 5o c;nts; New Brunswick, 75.
Passengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket Of-
fices,1 receive a Ferry Ticket gratis.
N. BRUNS-WICK TRAIN, (every day except Sunday.)
IlLeave New York I Leave New Brunswick
At 19 b'clck, A. M. At 7 o'clock, A. M
5 P.M. 21 -P. M.
(Everyday, Sunday excepted.)
ULeave Jew iortk Leave Newark
At 9 o'crfCk, A. M. At,7 o'clock, A. M.
.11 4 (" 8 "
|2 P.M. M. lt c
5 qP. M.4
7 44 tt 4 46<
67 "
Newark Night ,Line,jiorses, (evei y nightexcept Sun-
day)-Leave N.York at 8 and Ilo'clock P.M ; andleave
Newark at 9jo'clock P. M.
Fare inithe Night Line, 37J Gents.
The-Officein New York is at the footof Courtlandtst,
immediately adjoining the Ferry, where the boats start
punctually at the above a named hours. At Newark the of-
fice ia at he Depot, fobt of Market street, and at N. Bruns-
wick at the starting place of the trains.
The Town Tracks ia the City of Newark have been un-
derlet, and passengers will be carried to and from the Do-
potto meet the arrival and departure of thetrainsfor 61
,estaeac'.- may3l


Daily, kSundays excepted,) at 6 o'clock, A. M. from
pier No. I, North River.
By steamboat to South Amboy, from thence to Cam-
den, via Railroad. from thence in Steamboat, and arrive
in Philadelphia at I o'clock, P.M. Fare in the above
line $3. Forward Deck i passengers to Philadelphia-
Fare $2 25.
o'clock boat, via Railroad to Hightstown, fromthence to
Freehold by stages. Fare to Freehold,$1 50.
ton and Trenton by 6 o'clock boat. Fare to Princeton,
$1 50; to Trenton $2. Forward deck passengers to
Trsnton, $1 50.
Fareto PerthandSouth Amboy,50cents.
AllBaggage atthe risk ofits owner. ap4
LThe steamboats HOBOKEN and
PIONEER will ply constantly be-
ki tween Barclay street and Hoboken.
The N E'.UK wilt leave Canal street at the commence-
meat of each hour and half hour, and Hoboken every in-
termediatequarterdurine the day. mhl9
FOR NEWARK-Fare, 184 Cts.
S --The PASSAIC, on and after Au-
'sit; ust 2d, will run as follows until
September 1st.
Leave Batctay t, N Y. Leave Newark
At 9 o'clock, A.M. At 6j o'clock, A. M.
I o'l ck, P.M. It o'clock, A.M.
4& o'clock, P. M. 8 o'clock, P. M.

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The proprietors of the several 'Lines oft Tackets '.,e-
tween New York and Liverpool, have arranged for their
sailing (rom each port on the let, 7th, 13th, 19th and 2.5th
of every month ; the ships to succeed each other in the fot-
Iwing order, viz

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These ships ate all oftthe first class, and ably command-
ed, wih elegant accommodations for passengers. The
price of pissage from New York to Liverpool, is fixed
at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at 35 guineas,
including Wines, stores and bedding. Neither the cap-
tains or owners will be responsible for any letters, par.
co or packages, unless regular bills of landing are
signed theretor.
Agents for ships Oxford, North America, Europe, Co-
lumbus, South America, England, Orpheus, and Cam-
g GOODHUE & CO. or t o

C. H. MAKSHAL, I 64 South st, N. York.
Agents for ships St Andrew, Virginian, Sheffield, and
United States,
ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South at, New York.a
T. &rI SANDS & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ships Pennsylvania, Independence, Roscoe,
and Gee. Washington,
134 Front at, New York.
Agents for ships Shakspeare, Siddons, Sheridan, and
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South at, N. York.
je13 WM. S f JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool.

ro sail on the 1st, lothand2Oth of ever month.

This Line of packets, will hereafter be composed of
thefollowing ships, wnlch willsucceedeach otherin the
ordei in which they are named, nailing punctually from
New York and Portsmouth on the 1st, 10th and 20th, and
from London on the7th, 17th and t2lth of every month
hrouhnuti heyear,viz
From New York. From Londt. & Ports.
SJan, 1" Feb.17 Feb.20
May I ST.JAME&S q. Sebor-........ Ju.esl7 June20
Sept. ) (Oct 17 Oct. 20
Jan.10) Feb.27 Mar. 1
May 10 MONTREAL, .B. Griffing.-. June Julv 1
Sept.10) Oct. 27 Nov. 1
SJan.2 0 Mar.7 Mar.10
May 20 GLADIATOR, Tho- Britto July 7July10
Sept.20 2Nov. 7 Nov.10
Feb. 1 Mar.17 Mar.20
June 1 MEDIATOR Champlin July 17 July 20
Oct. I i Nov-17 NoY.-9
Feb. 10) Mar.27Apr. 1
June10 QUEBEC, F. H. Hebard.... July27Aug.l
Oct. 10 Nov.27 Dec. 1
Feb.20) Apr. 7 An)r 10
dune20) WELLINGTON,!D Chadwick Aug. 7 Aug.10
Oct. 20) (Dec. 7 Dt .10
Mar. I (Apr.17 Api 20
July 1I PHILADELPHIA, Morgan.. Aug.17 Aug 20
Nov. 1) (Dec.17 Dec 20
Mar.10) 'Apr.27 May 1
July10, SAMSON,.'Russell Sturges ,1Aug.27Sept. 1
Nov.10) Dec.27 Jan 1
Mar.20 May 7 Mblay. )
July20 PRESIDENT, J. M.Chadwick Sept. 7 Sept..'
Nov.20 Jan. 7Jan.O0
Apr. 1I C May 17 May20
Aug. 1 ONTARIO, Henry Huttleson Sept.17 Sept.20
Dec. 1 .-" J T J'an.-AU-
Apr.10 ,May.27 June 1
Aug.10 TORONTO,1; R. Griswold.... SepLt.27 Oct. 1
Dec.10) tJan 27 Feb. 1
Apr.20 Junt 7JunelO
SAug.20 WESTMINSTER, Geo.Moore Oct. 7 Oct. 10
)ec.20) -LFeb. 7 Feb. 10
dIThese ships are allofthe first class, abaut 600tons o u
ien, and are commanded by able and experienced navi
gators. Orcatcare will be taken thatthe beds, stores, &(.
are of the best description. The price of Cabin passage
snow fited at $140, outward, for each adult, which in.
eludes wines and liquors. Neither the captains nor the
'evnerpofthese packets will be responsible for any le
t-,s, parcels, or packages sent by them, unlessregular
. Jills of Lading are signed tharefor. Apply to
JOHN GRISWOLX), No. 70 South st., New York;or
GRINNELL. MINTURN & CO. 134 Frontsat.. N Y.

To sail from New York on the 8th, 16th, and 24th, and
from Haxre 1st, 8th, and LBth of every month.
From New-York. From lHavre
Feb. 8 (mar. 16
May 24 New ship VILLE DE LYON-800- .,l"
Sept. 1 6 tons-Chbarles Stoddart. Nov.
Feb. 16 Anril I
June S Ship FRANCOIS 1st-Wm.W.Pell. July 16
Sept. 24 Nov 8
Feb. 24 Apr.
June 16 Ship FORMOSA-Wm. B.Orne. Aug. 1
Oct'r 81 %Nov. 16
Mar. 8) .-pi1
uMare 8 Sbip SILVIE DE GRASSE-L. Wei- April16
OcJru'n Jerholdt-650 tons. Duc 1
Octr r16 1 Dec. I
Mar. 16) (Mayj 1
July 8. Ship POLAND-C.Anthony Aug. 16
Oct'r24) Dec. 8
Mar. 24 (May 8
July 16 Ship ALBANY-J.Johnston ,Sept. I
Nov. 83 S Dec. 16
ADec.l 16 New ship LOUIS PHILIPPE,-800 Feb. I
-Apruil ,,S. j MLvay te
t9ns-J. Castoff ;My1
July 24 "---J Ca ff. .Sept. 8
Dec. 24) Feb. 8
April 16. Ship SULLY-D. Lines. June 1
Aug. 8) Sept. 16
Jan. 8) Ship BURGUNDY-Rockett-750 Feb. 16
Apn 124 ? U tons. June 8
Aug. 16o (Oct'r 1
Jan 16 r)Mar. 1
May 8 Ship RHONE-Captain W. Skiddy. June i6
Aug. 24) (Oct'r 8
,Jan. 24 "h Mar. 8
Ma. 2 Ship CHARLEMAGNE--A. Rich- "Jul.
Sept. 8- ard"on. LOct'rl6
" These vessel are allof the first class, and ably com-
manded, with elegant accommodations for passengers,
comprising all that may be required for comfort and con-
venience, including wines and stores of every description.
Goodssentto the Subscribers at New York, will be for-
warded by these Packets, free of all charges, except
hose actually incurred.

rThe o'isiana and New York Line of Packets, will,sail
on every other Monday from New York and from New
Orleans, and to insure the strictest punctuality in the time
of sailing, the Line will hereafter consist of six ships, viz:
Ship VICKSBURG, Capt. Woodhouse.
SYAZOO, Cppt. Trask.
SLOUISVILLE, Capt. Palmer.
HUNTSVILLE, Capt. Eldridga
The above ships are all new, of the first class, are cop-
per fastened and coppered, and upwards of 500 tons but-
then -are of a very light draft of water, being built in this

store!eather after it has lost its flexibility by exposure to
tl. --- Tr t r.1 .- 4_--.-< ,-- -

ST a Court of Chaiflcery held for the State of Ne w
.York at Saratoga.Sprihgs, on the seventeenth day of
July, 1838.
Present--Reuben H. WalWorth, Chancellor.
George W. Stanton and others eV. William Brown-John
Swainson, Hezekiah L, Stule, Frederick Farr, James
Blanesly, Mathew H. Ton Eyck 'George Buel and othe, s.
On reading and filing affidavit Ohat process of subpmcrna
has been dully issued against the above named defendants
to appear and answer, the ceomplairinants' bill of complaint,
filed in this cause, and thatthe said defendants have lately
depai ted fri.m the Stale of NewYork to different States and
Territories of the United States where they now reside,
and that the said subpoena could n t be personally served
on them in this State, It is ordered, on motion of Levi H.
Palmer, solicitor tor the complainants, that the said Wil-
liam Brown, John Swainon, Hezekiah L. Stule, Fre. er-
ick Farr, James Blanely, Maihew H. Teti Eyk, and
Geoige Vuel, the defendants above named, appear and
answer the complainants' said bill of complaint in four
months. JAMES PORTER, Register.
LEWIS H. PALMER, Solicitor. jyJI law8w
A T a Court of Chancery, held lor the State of New
York at the City of New York on tihe sixteenth day
of July, one thousand eight hur,died ani thirty eight-
Presen--William T. McCoun, Vice Chancel'or of the
First Circuit.
Benj immn Afmar, John Q. Aymar, James G. Stacey and
John D. Van Beuren vs. Mary Preve, Don Santiago
Chirino Francisco Preve, Junior, and Don Augustia Guil-
It. appearing upon proof by affidavit made in this cause,
that Don Santiago Chiino Francisco Preve, Junior, and
Don Augustin.Guilfacci,defendantsherein reside out of this
State, and are residents of the Island of Porto Rico. On
reading and filing said affidavit, and on motion of B. J.
Dillon, Esquire, solicitor for the complainarits,it is ordered
that the said Don Santiago Chirino Francisco Preve, Jun-
ior, and D.n Augustin Guilfacci cause their appearance to
be entenrtd herein, and notice thereof to be served on the
complainants' solicitor within nine months from the date
of this order, and in case of their appearance that they
cause their answer to the cor plalnants' bill to be filed,and
a copy thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor
within forty days after service ofa copy of said bill ; and
that in default thereof said bill of complaint be taken as
confessed by them And it is further ordered, that within
twenty days from the date uf this order the sawd complain-
ants cau.ethls orderto be published in the State paper and
in the New Yorr. American, printed in this State, for eight
weeks insuccession, and once at least in each week, or
that the said cormplainant, cause a copy of this order to be
served on the siid Don Saitiago Chirino Francisco Preve,
Junior, and Don Augustln Grilfacci personal) at least
twenty days before the time herein before prescribed for
their appearance herein. 'opy,
jy2l law8w [Al JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
AT a Court of Chancery. held for the State of New
A York,at the City ofNew York, on the sixteenth day
of July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty eignt.
Present-William T. bMcCoun, Vice Lhancellor of the
First Circuit.
The North River Insurance Company vs. Samuel Mills,
Samuel W. Raymond, Hubert V. Raymond, and others.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court
that two of the above named defendants .Samuel Mills and
HubeitV. Ra)mond, reside out of this State, but are resi-
dents of other of the United States, to wit: that lie said
Samuel Mills is a resident of the State of Maine, or some
other of the Eaitern States, and that the said Hubert V.
Raymond is a resident ofthe State of Alabama ; on motion
of John Slosson ot counsel for the complainant,itis ordered
that the said Samuel Mills and Hubert V. Raymondcause
their appearance to be entered and notice thereof to be
served on the complainants' solicitor within four months
from the date of thisorder: and in case of their appearance
that they cause their answer to the complainants' bill to be
filed and copies thereof tobe served on tile complainants'
solicitor within 40 days after service of a copy of the said
bill, and in default thereof said bill (if complaint may be
taken as confessed by them. And it isfu.therordered that
within 20 days the said complainants cause this order tobe
published in tie St4jte pauer and in the New York Ameri-
can, and that said publication be continued in each of the
said papers at least once in each week for eight weeks in
succession,or thatthey cause a copy of this order to be per-
sonally served on the said defendants at lea.-t 20 days be-
fore the time prescribed tor their appearance. Copy,
jy21 laA8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
T a Court of Clianceti y. held fbr the State of New
A 1 ori, at the City of New York, on the sixteenth
day of July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty eight.
Present, William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
The Norh River Insuranee Company vs. David Rogers,
William Stevenson, Jr. and others.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court
that the defendant, David Rorers, resides out of this State
and out of the United States, to wit : at Santa Cruz in the
West Indies ; on motion of John Slosson, ol counsel for the
complainants, it is ordered that the sai I David Rogers
cause his appearance to be entered. and notice thereof 'o
be served on the complainants' solicitor within nine months
from tho date of this order ; and in case of his appearance
that he cause his answer to be filed to the complainants'
bill, and a copy thereof to be served on the complainants'
solic tor within 40 days after service of a copy uf said bill;
and in default tliereofsaid bill of complaint mav be taken
as confessed by him. And it Is tunrther ordered that within
20 days the said complainant cause this order to be pub-
lished in the State paper and in the New York Americn,
and that the said pubdicoon be continued in each of the
said papers at least once each wesk lor eight weeks in suc-
cession, or that they cause a copy of this order to be per-
sonaily served on the said defendant, at least 20 days be-
fore th'e time above prescribed for his appearance.
jy2l lawSw Copy, JOHN WALWOITH, Clerk.
B Y order of the Honorable icthael Ulsho offer, First
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, for the city
and county of New York, notice is hereby given, pur-
suantto the provisions of the statute authorizing attach-
ments against non-resident debtors, that an attachment
has issued against the estate of Robert W. Mackie,a resi-
dent of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, and
thatthe same will be sold Tor the payment of his debts,
unless he appear and dlschargesuch attachment, accord-
of this notice ; and thatthe paymentofany debts due to
him by residents of this State, and the delivery to him,
or for his use, of any property within this State belong-
ing to him and the transfer of any such property by him
are forbidden by law, and are void. -Dated the 25th day
of July, 1838. J. W. WHEELEB,
Jy^6 law 9m [Al Attorneyfor Attaching Creditors.
IN pursuance ofan order of the Surrogate of County ofN.
U York, Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against John S. Crary, late of the City of New
York, merchant, deceased, to present the same with the
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, George Leo Wolf, at
his residence, No. 50 Beekman street, in the City of New
York, on or before tniaecond day of December next.
Dated New York, the thirtieth day of May, 18.38
jel law6m GEOR
1J- CONOMY IS WEALTH, which in these times is
Eil very essential, and should always be the order ol the
day. With these views, the proprietor would recommend
to the attention of the public,PARTRIDGE'S LEATHER
PRESERVATIVE,.tbe use of which is without parallel
forsoftening and making leather durable. It will even re

l~nesun 1[l~tleleorever useul or arrlgetDS~~i mY -re fre 7 i.-...... .Tme --' 'T .... Ppp....,-.. ,".f th,.
the si. It thieretore very uaeui yorcarriagetops,ore ny, notice is hereby g n, accord to
bellows, engine hose, Ste. as well as boots and shoes, and city of Albany, notice ishereby gIven, accord
leather, when saturated wih it, becomes completely im- the provisions of the statute authorizing attachments a-
pervious to water. against aon-resident debtors, that an attachment has issued
*** This valuable article is for sale by the proprietor's against the estate of John Gage and Daniel Lyman, non-
agent. DAN'L GODDARD. No. Gold .t. asl resident debtors, and that the same will be sold for the
payment of their debts, unless theyappear and discharge
3Ef & C. WOOD, Stationers, Printers, Littnogru.,iii, such attachment, according to law, within nine months
1. and Blank Book Manufacturers, No. 18 Wall st., from the first publication of this notice; and that the
(Furniss' Buildings) next door below th- Mechanics' paymentofany debt, and the deliveryy of any property be.
Bank, N. Y. longing to the said debtors, to them or to either of their use,
STATIONERY -Thevarious articles of Stationery o and the transfer of any property by them or either of them,
he bestquality for any purpose whatever, are forbidden by law an I are
-iBLANK BOOKS -A general assortment of Blank Acj void. Dated the 19th day of March, 1338.
count Bor xs constantly for sale, or manufactured of super H. C; WHELPLEY, Attorney for
rior paper, ruled to any pattern, and bound in the neatest mh27 law9m Attaching Creditor, 67 State at. Albany.
and most durable manner, at short notice -OTICE OF fOREIGN ATTAC MK NT.-No.icei
RULING AND BINDING executed witi neatness and ix is herebygiven, that a writ of attachment issued out,
punctuality. Pp fromt-.iff e oftle Inferior Court of Common Pleas in and for the Couia
WRITING PAPERS, from the differentmanufactories, ty of Essex, at thesuitof John B. Hall, azainstthe rights
Svariousqualities. Also, Cartridge, Copying, Tracing, and credits, moneys and effect, goods and chattels, lands
-'d Wrapping tapei-. and tenements of Samuel D.'Pierson, a non resident deb.
.ITHOGRAP-Y.-T. & C. W. having purchased D. tor, In a plea oftrespass on the case upon promises for^
G. Johnson's Lithographic Plates, Press, &c. are now re- three hundred dollars, hath been duly served and r-tu.ted
are turns ots, Drafts, Bs oExchange, Bils o to the said Court by the Sheriffof said County, at the term
%di it g, Labels, &c.it short notice of April last.
& geiinsral pssertmpnt of Law, Custom-house, and Mer- Dated, April28, 1838.
,Antile Banks, conssntly on hand, also, Maps,of the Uni- E. VAN ARSDALE, Jr. Clerk.
ted States, and Pocket Maps of each 3tate, Writing Desks my30o lIawSm GEO. R HOWELL. Ai,'y.
and Travelling Casqs, Pocket Books, Wallets, PencilCas.
s, Penk-ives Quilfl, Steel Pens, &Sc. &e ,A 0 AMES CAMPBELL, Esq., surrogate of the
-.sT, & C- W.-are now prepared to execute orders County of New York
Printing. Binding.tRuIing or Lithography, with the ut. The Petition of Clarissa Cole, widow of Caleb Cole, de-'
most faatnessanddtsnatch dt31 ceased-
Rtespectfully Showeth, That your petitioner was law-
a SEFUL DISCOVERY.-PAYSON'S INDELIBLE fully united in marriage to Caleb Cole, now deceased, and
INK, for marking linen and cotton cloth without that he departed this life about the month of March, 1837,
preparation. -... .... leaving your petitioner his widow and eleven children,
Theinconvenienceofusingthe oldstyle oflndeliblelnk namely : Caleb Cole, Roby Cole. La-y Ackerman, wife
I well known TiMs Ink requires no preparatory liquid, of Abraham Ackerman. Nancy Ackerman, wife of John J
ano is, therefore, nad without the leasttrouble. Itiswar Ickerman, Freeman 'Cole, Nathan Cole, adults, and
ranted notto iiijlureor corrode the finest cambric, and Clarissa Ann Cole, Lydia Cole, Caroline Elizabeth Cole,
color and durability, is fully equal to the best in use. John Cole and Emeline Cole, all infants under the age of
As there are other.kinds, (called Indelible Ink) andalso twenty one years ; that the said Enieline Cole departed
without a preparation, some of which will not bear wash- this lie intestate and unmarried, that said Freeman Cole
ing, purchasersshovldbeparticulartoinquireforPayson's and Nathan Cole reside in the State of New Jersey, that
Indelible Ink. the other parties above named reside in the City of New
For sale by RU.S TON S ASPINWALL, 86 William York, that said Caleb Cole, deceased, died seized in fee
at. and 110 Broadway, and 10 Astor House, and many other simple of those pieces or parcels of lands with the biild-
wholesaie and retail Druggistsa and Stationersin thiscity, ings therein in said city described as follows, land at
and throughoutthe country. Greenwich in said city, beginning on the west side of
Thetradesupplis atthe manufacturer's price,by Greenwich lane 121 feet, northwardly from the corner of
je9 DANIgt GODDARD, 8 Gold street, N.Y Greenwich and Skinner's lane, running thence north.
A OHNSON'S -ARGi ENGLISH DICTIONA tY, wardly on Greenwich lane 76 feet 2 inchesto Amos street,
complete in one Volume.-This day is received, thence westwardly on Amos street 100 feet 2 inches, thence
A Dictionary of the Engl'sh Lanauage, in which the southwardly and parallel to Factory formerly Catherine
words are deduied from their originals, andt illustrated street 96 feet inches, thence eastwsrdly 25 feet, thence
in their ( ifferer.t significations by Examples from the again eastwardly 90 fett 6 inches to the place ot beginning,
best writers-to which are prefixed, a History of the more or less. Also all that othtr parcel ofland in the 9'h
V A-- __e W_-1;- .-- r


B Y order of Washington Hunt, Esq. FirstJudge of
5 Niagara County Common Pleas, of the degree of
Counsellor in the Supreme Court, Notice is hereby given,
that an attachment has issue' against the estate of LnocL
W. Miner, as a nonresident debtor, on due proot made to
the said Judge, pursuant to the directions of the statute,
concerning attachments against absconding, concealed,
and nonresident debtors," and that the same will be sold
for th? payment of his debts, unless the said Enoch W. Mi-
ner appear and discharge such attachment according to
law, within nine months from the first publication of the
said notice, and that the payment ot any debts due to him,
by residents of this state anti the dehliveiy to him or lor his
use of any property within this state belonging to him, and
thetransfer of any such property by him are io-bidden by
law and are void. Given under my hand at Lockport, in
the County of Niagara, t0e 30Lh day ofJan. A. D. t8?8.
W. HUNT, Judge, Counsellor. &c
Stuart & Learned Att'ys. mh6 law9m
Z3 Y order of the Hon. Thomnas J. Oakley, Associate
2 Justice of th. Superior Court of the City of New
York, Notice is hiereby given, pursuant to the provisions
oft e statute authorizing attacitnents against non-resideint
debtors, that an attachment has issued against the estate
of John Brown and Hugh Brown, residents of Ireland, in
the Kingdom of Great Britain, and that the same will be
4old for the payment ot theirdebts, unless they appear anu
Discharge such atachment, according to law, within nine
monthss from the first publication of this notice; and that
the payment of any debts due to them by residents of this
State, andi the delivery to them, or for their use, of any
property within this State belonging to them, and the
tiansfer of any such property by them, are forbidden by
law, and are void.
Dated the filth day of March,1838.
mh6 law 9m Attorney for Attaching Creditors.
Z Y older of John T'. Irving, FitstJudge ol the Court
S of Common Pleas for the City and County of New
York, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provi-
sions of thestatute" authorizing aitachmentsagainst non
resident debtors, "that an attachment has issued againstthe
esta aofGilbeilPotter and 0. G. Parsley, non-resident
debtors, and that the same will be sold for the payment of
their debts, unless they appear and discharge such attach-
ment, according to law, within nine months I iom the fist
publication of this notice ; and that the pa) ment of any
debts due to them, or either of them, by residents of this
State, and the delivery of any property within this State,
belongiigto the said debtors, to them, or for their use, and
the transfer of any fuch property by them for any pur-
pose whatever, are forbidden by law and are void.
Datedthe 20thdayof December, 1837.
d20 law9m [AJ Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
W.Y orderofthe Hon. M. Ulsaoeffer, Associate Judge
.L of the Court of Common Pleas, In and for the City
anti County of New York, notices hereby given, pursuant
to-the provisions of the statute authorizing attachments
against non resident debtors, that an attachment has is-
sued againstthe estate of Chanoine Freres, a mercantile
house, residents of Epeinay, in the kingdom of France,
arid that the same will be sold for the payment of their
debts, unlessthey appear and discharge such attachment
according to law, within nine months from the first pub-
lication of this notice; and that the payment of any debts
due to them by residents of this State, and the delivery to
them or for their use, of any property within tnis State be-
longing to them, and the transfer of any such property by
ihein are forbidden by law, and are void.-Dated the
27th day of February, 1838.
fe281aw9m Antorne' fr Attaching Creditors
jBiY order of Isaac Hills, Recorder of the city of Ro-
chester, notice is hereby given, that an Attachment
has issued against the estate of Samuel Tuttle, late 01ol the
city of Rochester, as a n,,n-resident debtor, and that the
same will be sold for the payment of his debts, unless he
appear and discharge such attachment according to law,
within nine monthsfrom tho first publication of this notice.
And that the payment of any debtsdue to him by residents
ofthis State, and the delivery to him, or for his use, of any
property within this State belonging to him, and thetrans-
fer of any such property by him, for any purpose what-
ever, are forbidden by law and are void.
Dated this 21stday of December, 1837
d28 9m Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
B f orderofthe Honorable Michael Ulshoeffer,Asso-
ciate Judge of tile Court ol Common Pleas, for the
City and County orf New York, notice is hereby given,pur-
suant to the provisions of the statute authorising attach-
ments against non-resident debtors, that an attachment
has issued against the estate of Joseph Wait and Mich-
ael Davock, non.residents of the State of New York,
and that the same will be sold for the payment of their
debts, unlessthey appear and discharge such attachment,
accordinR to law, within nine months rum the first publi-
cation ofthis notice ; andti thatthe payment ofany debts due
tothem by residents ofthis State, and the delivery tottnem,
or for their use, n fany property within this state belonging
tothem, and the transfer of any such property by tliem, are
forbidden by law, and are void.-Dated the 12th day of
April, 183. R. J. DILLON, Attorney
ap20 lawl9n [A1 for Attaching Creditor.
A Y order of John T. Irving, Esq. First Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas [or the City aid County of
New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the pro-
visions ofthe statute authorizing attachments against non
resident debtors, tha-t an attachment has issaued againstthe
estate of Philip Trussler, resident of the State or'New Jer-
sey, and that the same will be sold for the payment of his
debts, unless he appear and discharge such attachment,
according to law, within nine months from the first pub
location of this notice; and that the payment of any debts
due to him by residents of this State, and the delivery to
him or for his use, of any property within this State be
longing to him, and the transfer of any such property by
him, are forbidden by law, and are void.-Dated the lth
day of January, 1838. JOHN B. STAPLES
Jan. 16 law9'" Attorney for Attaching Creditors
2 4Y ORDER of Frederick P. Stevens, Judge of the
"5 Erie County Courts, Counsetlor of the Supreme
sued against the estate of Coleman J. Keeler, Jr. a non
resident debtor, and that the same willbe sQld for the
paymentof his debts, unless heappearand discharge such
attachment, according to law, within nine months from
the first publication of this notice ; and thatthe payment
of any debts due to him by residents of this State, and the
delivery to him, or for his use, of any property within
this State belonging to him, and the traniferof anysuch
property by him, are forbidden bylaw, and are void.
Dated September 26, 1537.
d27 law~m Att'y for Attach'g Creditors.
X^ is hereby given, that a wr~t of attachumet issued
out of the Circuit Court in and for the county of Essex,
atthesuitofJAME H. TICHENOR, against the rights
and credit%, monies and effects, 2oods and ehatt' -l, lands
and tenements of HENRY FERGUSON, a non-resident
debtor, in apleaoftrespa. s on the case upon promises lot"
two hundred and sixty dollars, has been duly served arid
returned ti the s iid Court by the-Sleriff oi aid County, a
the term of April last. Dated, April 25,1836.
E. VAN ARSDALE, Jr. Clerk.
JOHN RUTHERFURD, Jr. Att'y. my3 law3m

defendant, so appeaing cause their or his answer to the
complainant's bill of complaint, to be filed and a c>py
thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor within
forty days after service of a copy of said bill, and in default
thereof said bill of complaint may be taken as confessed
by them or him. And it is further ordered, that within
twenty daysthe said complainant sausethis order to be pub
lished in the State paper and in the New York American,
and that the said publication be continued in each of the
said papers at least once in each week for eight weeks in
succession, or that he cause a copy of this order to be per-
sonally served en the said defendants at least twenty days
before the time prescribed for their appearance.
Copy, ALEX. FORBUS, Clerk.
WILKINSON & STREET, Solicitors for
Complainants. je23law8w
B Y order of the Hon. Thomas J. Oakley, Associate
Justice of the Superior Court of the city of New
York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to theprovislons of
the statute authorizing attachments against non resident
debtors, that an attachment has issued against the estate
of George Crockett and David Park, residents of Nash.
ville, in the State of Tennessee, and that the same will be
sold for the payment ot their debts, unless they appear
and discharge such attachment, according to law, within
nine months from the first publication of this notice; and
that the payment of any debts due to them by residents of,
this State, and the delivery to them or for their use, of any
property within this State belonging to theimand the trans.
ferof any such property by them are forbidden by law,
and are void.-Dated the fifth day of March, 1838.
mh61 a w9m Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
B Y order of Michael Ulshoeffer, First Judge of the
" Court of Common Pleas for the City and County of
New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provi-
sions of the statute authorizing attachments against non-
resident debtors, that an attachment has issued against the
estate of Nelson Smith, a non-resident of the State of New
York, and that the same will be sold for the payment of
his debts, unless he appear and dischargesuch attachment.
according to law, within nine months from the first publi-
cation of this notice; and that the payment of any debts
due to him by residents of this State, and the delivery to
him or for his use, of any property within this state belong-
ing to him and the transfer of any such property by him are
forbidden by law, and are void.
Dated the lath day of June, 1838.
jel6I lawgm Attorney for Attaching Creditors.

Y order of an order made by F. P. Stevens, Judge of
Erie County Courts, counsellor, &c., notice is hereby
given, that an attachment has issued against the estate ot
David Carver, Aaron Williams, Luke White, and Ricks
Robinson, non-resident debtors, and that the same will
be sold for the payment of their debts, unlessthey ap
pear and discharge such attachment according to law,
within nine months from the first publication of this no
rice; and thatthe payment of any debts due to them oy re-
sidents of this State, and the delivery to them or for their
use ofany property within thisState belonging to them, and
ofranvotronf- -, 6-*krn--y -


AT a uourt of Chancery, held for 'the State of New
York atthe city of New fork,onthethirteentl day
of June, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight-
Present, VI illiam T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor ol the First
The East River Fire Insurance Company of the city of
New York, Ts. George W. Matthews and Hannaa D.,
his wife, et al.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the above named George W. Matthews and Hannah
D., his wi e, reside out of the Sta:e el NewYork,and are
residents of the State ol Illinois; on motion ofR. J. Dillon,
Solicitor for the complainants, it is ordered, that the said
George W. Matthews and Hannah D., his wife, case
their appearance to be entered in this cause, and notice of
the same to be served on the Solicitor ol the complainants
within four monthsfrom the date ot this order ; andi in case
of their appearance, that they cause thrir answer to the
complainant's bill in this cause to be filed, and a copy
of the same to be served on the complainant's Solicitor
within forty days after service of a copy of said bill ; and
in default thereof, said bill may be taken as confessed by
them. And it isturther ordered, that within twenty days
the said complainant cause this order to be published in
tMe State paper, and in the New York American, and that
the said publication be continued in each of said papers at
least once in each week for eight weeks in succession ; or
that he cause a cepy of this order to be personally served
on the said George W. Matthews twenty days before the
time prescribed for his appearance.
(Copy.) JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
jel6 law8w [Al
ST a Court of Chancery held for the State of New
.c.k York: at the City of New York, on the twel th
day of June, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of tne
First Circuit.
Elijah K. Hubbard vs. William B. Chase, Henry. L.
Pierson and Hunn C Beach.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court
that the defendant, William B. Chase, besides out of this
State, but is a resident of one of the United States, to wit:
of the State of Pennsylvania ; on motion of Benjamin
Haight, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered that
the said William B. Chase, cau~ehis appearance tobe en-
tered, and notice thereof to be served on the complainant's
solicitor within four months from the date of this order;
and in case of his appearance that he cause his answer to
he complainant's bill to be filed and a copy thereof to be
served on the complainantsesolicitor within forty days after
service of a copy of said bill; and that in default thereof
said bill of complaint may be taken, as confessed by him.
And it is further ordered that this order be published within
twenty days after the making thereof, in the State paper
and in the New York American, a public paper printed in
the city of New York, in this State for eight weeks in suc-
cession in each paper, and once at least in each week; but
such publication shall not be necessary in case a copy of
this order shall be served on the said William B. Chase,
such absent defendant, personally, at least twenty days
before the time prescribed for the appearance of said de-
fendant. Copy,
fendant. Copy, JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
BErrJ. HA'OHT, solicitor. [A] jel6 law %y
S'I' a Court ot Chancery held tor the State of New
L York, atthe city of New York, on the eighteenth
day of June, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-
Present-B euben H. Walworth, Chancellor.
William Carpeiter vs. Timothy Blialdwin and Sarah
his wile, John R. Roberts and Mary his wile, Joseph Car-
ber and Sarah his wife, Robert M. Kerrison and Eliza his
wife, Thomas E. I. Kerrison and Mary Ann his wife,
William James Kerrison, Robert W. Mackie and Louisa
Maria his wile, Louis Ausustus Morin and Saiah W. his
wile, John Mackie and Matilda his wife and Ezrahiah
Wetmore, Junr.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court
that tie defendants Louis Augustus Morin and Sarah W.
his wife are non-residents of this State, but are residents of
one ol the United States, to wit : oit the State of Pennsyl-
vania, arid on motion of Smith Barker, solicitor, and of
counsel for the complainant, it is ordered that the said
Louis Augustus Monn and Sarah W. his wife cause their
appearance to be entered. and notice thereof to be served
upon tao complainant's solicitor within four months from
the date of this order; and in case of their appearance that
they cause their answer to the Complainant's bill to be
filed and a copy thereof to be served on the complainants
solicitor within forty days after service of a copy of the
said bill; and in d-Aaultti.eieoI said bill of complaint be
taken as confessed by them And it is further ordered, that
within twenty days the said complainant cause this order
to be published in the State paper and in the newspaper
entitled the New York American, printed in the city of
New York. and that said I ubhcation be continued in each
of the said papers at least once in each week for eight
weeks In succession, or that he cause a copy of this order
to be personally served upon the sail Louis Augustus
Morin and Sa: ah W. his wife, at least twenty days before
the time above prescribed for their appearance.
je28 lawSw Asssistant Register.
AT a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York, at the town of Poughkeepsie in the Counfy of
Duchess, on thetwerity-thir. day of June, one thousand
eight hundred and thirty-eight-
Present-Charles H. Ruggles, Vice Chancellor of the
Second Circuit:
Leonard M. Vincent, Complainant, vs. Joseph P. Adri-
aice, Stephen Frost, James D. Colver, Achilles V. Ham-
mond, Griffin Williamion and William Frost assignees of
Stephen Frost, the Kingston Bank, Henry McChesney,
Leonard McChesney, -blijah Robinson, Orrin Swift,
Joseph Garey, Harvey Mosher, Ebenezer Brown, Arthur
Tappan, Timothy Mann, Sebra W. Britton, Daniel S
Gleason. Lucius Field, James Hall, Oliver Ladd, Oliver E.
Huntington, Ltster West, John G. Smith, Gotdon Burn
ham, George Johnson, ltaniel Oatman, George W. L.
Smith, Daniel Prondfit, Ephraim Carpenter, Willard Car.
penter, John D. Griffin, Henry Purdy, George V. Pose.
roy, Otias Wells, Henry Everts and Thomas F. Ham.
mond, Defendants.
It appearing by affidavits to the satisfaction of this Court
that process of subpoena t6 appear has been issued out of
and under thb ..tus.Cpturi.dixtctedot.e defendents,
tdn_'ton George Johnson, George V. Pomeroy, Orrin
Swift, Honry PurdyJonn D. Griffin, Ozias Wells, Daniel
Oatman, Daniel Proudfit and Tlom'ts F. Hammond, and
that the said Achilles V. Hammond, Ebenezer Brewn1
Oliver E. Huntington,George JohnsonGeorge V. Pomeroy,
Orrin Swift, Henry Puidy, John D. Gtiffin, Ozias Wells
and Daniel Proudfit, who are residents within this State,
ould not be found therein, in order to be served with said
ubpoena; atd also that the slid Daniel Oatman and
Thomas F. Hammond reside out of this State, but are re.
siderits of the United States, to wit : the said Daniel Oat-
man of the tate of Illinois, and the said Thomas F. Ham-
mond of the State of Vermont. On motion of William I
street, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered thatthe
said Achilles V.Hammond, Eaenezer Brown OliverE.Hun.
tington, George Johnson, (Orrin Swvift, Geoige V. Pouie.
roy, Henry Purdy, John G Giffin, Ozias eVells,Daniel
Proudfit, Daniel Oatman and Thomas F. Hammond cause
their appearance t' be entered, and notice thereof ;o be
served on the complainant's solicitor within bour months
from the date of this order, and in case oft,.eir appearance
or of the appearance of either of them, the defendants or

rics--nia metnou is recommended by physiciahr and dentI
ists, as all articles of food which might accumua.e during
the day are removed, and the mouth kept though the
night in a clean and sweet, healthy state.
That the public may know the estimation in whichtfe
" Orris Tooth Wash)" is held by those who are the best
judges, certificates have been obtained from the following
medical gentlemen, and accompany each bottle-
Drs. E. Parmly and N. Dodge, New York.
Drs. John Randell, Walter Charmnning, T. W. Paruuv
Xwd. J. Davenport, Boston.
Dr. Nethaniel Peabody, Salem.
Drs. Edwin Parsons, W. K Brown, Portland.
Dr F. J.I igginson, Cambridge. .
Dudley Smith, Lowell
Dr J Parmly, Dentist, Augusta, Geo.
J L Leggett, $urgeon Dentist, Zanesville, Ohio,
J H Harris, MD, Dentist, Nashville, Ternn.
S M iMeeks, M D, Tuscaloosa, Ala. : .
SH Sliurtleff, M D, Boston. "
The trade supplied with tue above 4y
No. 8 Gold street, now sole proprietor.
For sale by A. B. & D. Sands, No.. 100 Fulton street.
corner William; by Rushton &St Asplnwall, -10 Broadway.
and by Druggists and Apothecaries generally. di
S IOUGHS I COLDS.-Neuw England CougA Su p--
ebJ The reputation of this article has now beooms sowel
established, (as the safest and -best remedy for common
colds, influenza, coughs, asthma,whdoping.coUgkpling
of blood, and all affections of the ltngs,) ato beable to
stand on its own merits. The proprietorxhav received
from allquarters where this remedy has beni, introduced
numeroustestlmonials of its surpnrisiigeffmicy and value
Some of which may be seen on the olIldtrections accom
paying each bottle; those who have ever used it, whell
they require a. remedy, will be sureto resorttoitagaing
audit iscunfidently recommendedto all asthe wnot Sre.
able, safe, andefficlentremedyto be met with .
Sold atretailinthiscity, by Rushton&Aspinwail; N. B
Graham Nassau near Fulton st ; Milnor & Gamble, and
Jno. Milhau,Broadway and the Druggists and Apothni
carlesgenerally, throughoutthe city andecountry.
*** Thetrade supplied by DANL. GODDARD, No
Gold street, who Is the sole proprietor.
For sale by A. B. & D. Sands, No 100 Fulton, corner
William street;by Rushton & Aspinwall, 110 Broadway
and Druggists and Apothecariesgenerany. do
G ENUINE BEAR'S GREASE- For piomrnoting the
growth of the hair, and imparting a beautiful and
glossy lustre to it, far superior to any other application.
The superiority of this Oil over every prepartoifor^in-
ducing the growth ofthe hair, is generally acceded t6 by
all who have usedit, as it imparts a glossy richness to the
air, rendering it soft and flexible, and exciting the cakpilla-
ry vessels to healthy action. To persons becoming bald by
sickness or other causes, the application of this Oildaily,
willsoon produce a re-action of its growth. The subscri-
ber has just received a fresh supply of the genuine article,
put up neatly in earthen pots and prepared expressly for
his retailtrade, at the Bowery Mbedicine Store. No. 2 0

YL ~ order ofthe, Flon. Jamesn Mc~own. eodjo h

valuable remedy has now been before the public fo
four years, and has proved itselfthe most valuable remed
discovered for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, or Phthisic, Col
sumptiop, Whooping Cough and Pulmonary affections
every kind. Its sales studily increasing, and the pro
prietors are constantlyreceiving the motfavorable-ac
counts of its effects.
The great celebrity of the Genuine Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam has been the cause of attempts to introduce spurl
ous articles, which, by partially assuming the name oN the
genuine, were calculated to mislead and deceive the pubj
lic. Among these mixtures are the' 'American Pulmonary
Balbam," "Vegetable Pulmonary Balsamic Syrup,'
"Pulmonary Balsam" and others.
Purchasers should inquirelorthetrue articlebyits whole
name, the Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, and see that
has the marks and signature of the Genuine.
Each genuine bottle is enclosed in a blue wrapper, om
which is a yellow label signed Sampson Reid.
Each bottle and seal is stamped Vegetable Pulmouar)
The trade supplied by DANL. GODDARD,No. 8 Gold
street, Wholesale Agent.
*** Retailed by Apothecaries and Druggistbgeneially
D l a 1 I-IO1NEnc snues to be consulted a usua
at his Establisheon!t t, No. 268. Greenwickst., no
the corner of Warren.
Strangers are respectfully apprized th It Dr. HORNI
wes bred to the Medical Profession in the city cf London';
anL has been a practical member of said Faculty of Physie
42 years, for the last 32 in the city of New York. His
practice from being formerly general, he has long confined
to a particular branch of Medicine, which engages him
profound attention, viz:-Lues Veneria Scorbutus, Scro-
fula, Eiepkr rntiasis. and, in short, all diseases arisur4
lr, m a vitia d state ofthe blood. His experience is very
great. His success astonishing. In many thousands of
cases committed to his care, of all grades and every degree e
of malignancy, he has speedily restored his patientato
health and a sound constitution.
iHe cautions the unfortunate againstthe abuse of mer.
cury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out of life5
Seethat your case is eradicated, not patched up. Th
learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes --"Married
persons, and persons aboutto be married should, be par
ticularly cautious of those afflictions. What a dreadfulin.
herkanceto transmit to posterity." Persons afflictedwiti
protracted and deplorable eases need not despair of a
complete recovery, by applying to Dr. Horne. Recent
affections, whep local, are, without mercury, extinguish
ed in a few days. What grieves the Dr. Is, that many
afflicted, instead oftaking his salutary advice, have re
course to advertised nostrums, where there is no respond
ility, and the compounders unknown; by such means,
throwing away their money, (where they vainly hope&
save,) and ruin forever theL constitution.
Persons who may have contracted disease, or suspect
latent poison, are invited to make application to Di
HORNE. at his Establishment, No. 268 Greenwich
street, next the corner of Warren. A residence of thirty
two years in New York city, has radically established
Dr Horne'scharacter for sterling honor; and based onirea
respectability and skill. Dr. Hornet offers to his patrol
a sure guarantee.
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients can ney
come in contact.
Attendance untilhalfpast 9intheeven is
No Letters taken In unless post paid. All citylettelg
mustbe handed in.
1j- "S tulloruminecuratapudormalu tdceras ft
Horace'sl6 Epist.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Horncdesirestobenefitthe pub -*
it is proper he should continue his advertisement for th
good of strangers, as it is wellknown people areiextremely
shy in speaking of cases of a delicate nature, even where
aphysicianis pre-eminently successful., j14
it afflicted with pasins or weakness in the side, breast,
back, or limbs, or with disLressing coughs, asthma, &c.
who hav' not yet used Badeau's celebrated Strengthening
Plasters. Those who have will confer lasting obligations
on the subscriber, by informing him by letter or otherwise
of tie effect produced by wearing them, ant. ,.ao'who
have not, are politely requested to road the following,
from gentlemen who til thatstauton in society, that it is
impossible for them to be influenced by any motives but
the most noble and exalted, to write thus:
S_ FISHKXI.L, April 24; 1834.
Mr. Badeau I am grateful to you, sir, for lurnishingto
me and the community, so pleasant and effectual relle
from the distressing eflGtcts of a heavy cold. 8ome few
weeks since, I was afflicted with a bad cold, and felt se
verely pressed on my lungs, with acute pains in the chest
By applying one ot your celebrated Plasters, I was much
relieved in two days, and have continued its use until the
difficulty iseffectually removed; and I consider them the
easiest, cheapest, and most pleasant remedy such invalids
can obtain. Yours, &c. Rev. J..Z. NICHOLS.
Sir: From a knowledge of the materials of which your
Plasters are composed, and more from the beneficial ef-
fectsof them I haveobserved, I am prepared toplace tlm
above any thing of the kind r ow in use, not only for the
complaints for which Plasters aie generally used, but j
others as recommended in your advertisement.
New York, May 2d.
These Plasters are entirely iree from every spec r
quackery, and 1 cheerfully invite the closest investira 1.
of the scientific, intelligent, and skeptical. Iersorr ab
purchasing, wil be particular to ask tor" Bades, r C
,ebratea Strengthening Plaster," anid see tiat tI fdi e-r.
tions withmy signature are placed on the back ott) t F'as.
ter. Sold wholesale and retail, by the subscriber vhu is
the sole inventor and proprietor, at the Bowe'y lyedicine
Store, 2(f Bowery, New York.
mh1t N. W. BADEAU.
Sicalcomposition, extensively used in the hospitals o
France with great success. This pleasant and sale rem#
dy will radically cure every species ofmercurnal affection |
cancer a:id ulcerous sores of all kinds, scrofula, syphilis|
rneumatism, complaints of the skin, salt rheum, and al
diseases arising from impurities of the blood. It can be
taken by persons of every variety of constitutional alliesl
sons of the year from infancy to old age.
The proprietor of the Robb informs the publicthagt th
'^P**?'^ ^ul~itd rmm.74 Duane *t-a toAr
Jo....ihu' Ph5armacy,.183 Broadway, where it may
bhe hadB wholesale and retail. Also of Mr. J. H. Chllton|
26.$ roadway, and of I C. Howard4,cornerofpu~.,,,n a,,.
icks streets, Broolyn."
A treatise on the above named diseases and oifcihirtzeat
ment, by means of the Robb, has been publiAisd by the
compoaltorofthis remedy, which will be given to hose
who desire ,it 25
U RRIS TOOTH WASH.-Thii is b far the mo
pleasant and effectual remedy ever yet discovered for
diseased teeth, spongy gums, and unpWasant odorofthe
breath. The valuable recommendation obtained <(om
Dentists, the most eminent in their profession, Is sufficient
evidence of its inestimable worth. Being composed
substances innocent in their operauon, it is impossible th*
any injurious effects can follow its use. It ias dsigird t
be used with a brush, and will be lound preferable to a
powder. It produces a beautiful whiteness on the teeth
and by its astringent qualities, prevents the gums becoming
ing spongy, and the teeth loose. It has been found very
serviceable to use the wash at night, just before retlrinf to