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: April 2, 1839
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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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. XXi. NO. 7257.

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T I Office No. 8 Wall street.
L HIS Company insuies against loss or darnage by
Firs, Dwelling houses, Ware houses, and other buildings;
Mlerhandize, Sips in port and their Cargoe,, Housetiold
furniiure, and every description o, personal prcpertj.
All losses sustained by them wilt oe adjusted with libe-
rality and promptly settled.
HENRY RANKIN, President.
Robert Lenox Wiliiam Colgate
George Johnston Gardner G. Howland
Robert Maitland Robert Dyson
John Johnston John Van Nostiand
David S. Kennedy .Henry Breevort, Jr.
Charlea March kFrancis Burritt.
New York, February 22, 1839. re23
oMonthly Report.-Siuce the last repoi, 7 persons
have been insured:-
Of whom 2 areresidents otthlecity otNew-York.
7 areresidentsoutofthecity of New-York.
2 are Students
1 a Clergyman
1 a Lawyer -,
O are other pursuits.
Ot theethere areinsuredftbr 1 year ant over 3
t ;here are insured for 7 years ,, 6
there are insured for lilfe, 0
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Of those there areinsuredfor$1,000 andunder 4
a e thereareinsuredfor $5,000 and under 3
Ithereare insured for fi0,000 and under 2

UthS A. NICOLL,Secretary,
J. COMPANY have removed their office to 55 Wa]
ttyel; where applications for Insurance against lois o
*ininge by fire will receive prompt attention.
Jdot L. Bownetf Ebenezer Cauldwell
Jotn R Willis Morris Ketclhum -
Shlar Hicks Joshua S. Underhill '
Robert v Cornedi Charles T. Cromwelli
James Barker Cornelius W Lawi ence
16onjam n Corlifesil Nathaniel Lord
Lindley Murrayt Charles Kn"eiaidi
lenry vV. Lawrence Edward A. Wright
hitop ten V an Wyck Benjamin Clark ,
Isaac Frost Robert B. Minturn
Robert D. Weeoi James Lovett
lohn Wood VWilliam Bradfordl
Thomas W Jenkins Thomas W. Pearsali
Benjamin-Stronga Silas Wood
(korge Hussey George D. Post
Uriah F. Carpenter Benjamin A. Mott
James H. Tlitus Joseph L. Frame.
Robert H. Bowne.
iJ. L. BOWNE, President.
fAMcs WIiKiB, Secyetary. fe21
I COMPANY, (Office, No. 58 Wall street,) continues
,0 insure against loss or damage by fire, as favorably an
any other similar institution in this city. The following
gentlemen compose the Board ot Directors, viz-
Bobert Ainali DanielJaclkson
Thomas Tilestoi Thomas Serjeant
John L. Graham Louis De Casse
James Bogart, jr. Charles 0. Handy
Stephen Storm, 1 William Burns,
Henry H. Leeds] Henry H. Ell-.tt
Ucorge D. Strong Hugh Auchinc, ass,
C. V. B. Hasbrook William S,. Faring
Lortlandt Palmer Samuel F. Dorrn
Henry Wyckoft James McBrair ilt
kJohn P. Nesmith.
A. AINSLIE,|Prosldent.
JOHN McBRAIR. Secretary. j&4
TH". HO WI_ -- N.VY" v- W-43,(_5'A.MJ ,. A -
Office 64 Wall street.
anycontinuesto make insurance against loss and damage
by fire,and tIhe hazards of inland navigation.*.
R. Havens, President, : B. L. Woolley,
Nalah Taylor, Micah Baldwin,,
Cornelius W. Lawrence, Joseph Otis,
J. Philips Phcenix, Fannng U. Tucker ,
John Morrison, Meigs D. Benjamin.
Josepn B. Varnum, John Rankin,
David Lee, John D Wolfe,
Caleb 0. -lalsted, Nathaniel Weed,
William W. Toddi Ferdinand Suydaim,
Willian (;ouch.
dill LEWIS PHILLIPS. Secretary.
-Persons may effectlnsurancelwiththis comI anyof
heirewnlives, orthae lives of others, and ..ither for the
Whcleduration of life, or for a limited period. Thie pay
Mata of premium may be either made annua-ly or.in a
gTos sum. .
P'miumbron one hundred dollars:
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teld In trust, upon which interest will be alloweJ asfoi,
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UpIn sums over $100, irredeemable for Iyear,4tper
d, do 19i, do 6O,.4 "'
d* do 100, do 2"
Wn. Bard James Keniti
Sbouar W. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime
Winm B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereun
B.vj. Knower Gutian C. Verplanck
i'el or Harmony Henry Brevoont;jr.
JOLn 0. Coaster James McBride.
Romas Suffers Jchn Rathbone, Jrl
lo n Mason F. G. Stuyvesant I,
Samuel Tbonmsow thomas J. Oaklel
Benjamin L. Swan I Stephen Whitney
Stepen W arren John Jacob Astor.
RobertRay, Gardner G. Hcwlapd
John Johnson Corn. W. Lawrence
Jonathan Goodhae
ali WM. BARD,Prosid
E. A. NIcoLL,Eecretary.
Dudley Atkins, hysciar to the Comp mny. J
~ YPE NOUN DRY -Corner oh John and Gold streets
-The 'subscriber begs leave to informn the Printers
thathe has purchased th.e e~ensiv5 establishmflenit former
17 belonigiingto PELL ,A BROTrHER ; andtia hainig fur
cloned entirely new moulds, and engagedI workmen of tlr
first talent ii, the different departmenits.hIe us now prepared
to execute orders with neatness and dispatch
istar ...iety and stylo at TypVe is ilderior no none in this
"'. .. ''.a ....,.. ha, fm,,rther haffs

I have received per recent arrivals, a large assoitmen
ot Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, suitable for the present
and coming seasons : anhdto which they invite the attun-
lion of their customers and the public generally, viz-
Rich Poult de Soles, of every shade and color
Do do dj do blue and blue black
A few pieces of Rich Gros de New York
Do do do do do Black Wat'd do do do
27, 32, 36, & 40 inch French Taffetas, rich Gros de Paris
Satin Egyptian Glace riche-Satin Ecossais,
Pekin ottomann ; Velour Huenot; Gros d'Afrique
Gros d'Algiers rich Embroidered Silks for even.
ing dresses.
Mblousbeline de Laines, of superior quality, small and
medium figures, new designs, at 5s and 6s per yard.
Also, dress.lengths of the newest and moet fashion.
able styles, from 7a to 10s per yard-aid a va:ietv
of the newest patterns ,f Foulard Silks, plain ad
twilled fabriquq, at 8s and 10s per yarJ.
An assoitrtent o Shirting Linens-7 8, 4 4, 9 8 Irish
and Barnsley Sheetings ; 4 4, 54, 6 4,74, 8 4, 4,
104, 114, 12 4, and 13 4 Bird's.eye Diapers ; Sieo-
cia Diapers, Huckaback and Towelling Diapers ;
Single and Double Damask Table Cloths, 64,7 4,
84, 8 10, 6 12, 104, J10 12, 10 14, 10 15, 10 16, 10 17,
10 18, 10 20, 10 22,10 24, 10 26, 10 28, 10 30.
Table Napkins, all sizes-an assortment of Table Lin-
ens, in sets. with Napkins to match ; Marseilles
Quilts and Counterpanes ; Worsted and Cloth Ta-
ble and Piano Covers; Toilet Covers, 1kc. &.
A complete assrtment of Hosiery, comprising Plain,
Black and Ribbed Silk Hose: Plain White and
Ribbed do; Embroidered White Silk do; Open Lace
Workedodo; Open Lace Silk and Cotton uo; Plaint
White C,)tton do; Chiidren's White and Colored
Cotton do; Boy's unbleached Cotton half do; Gen
tiemen's Silk and Cotton do, &c &c
The atove, together with a full assortment of Embroid
series, Shaw ls, Laces, Gloves, &c &c &c, are affoered at
moderate prices, at 257 Broadway. mnhl4
J S. FOUNTAIN, 231 BroadWsay, (adjoining the
American Hotel,) hai lately reteived anu added to
his stock the following gJoos, suited to the spring trade, to
which the attention of merchantsand others are requested.
Silks, such as plaid Poux de Soles, Repps, Groa dc Indes,
oi every shade and colhri black and blue black changeable
Gros de Airique, do Poux de Soes, li1ht colors for spring
walking dresses and ihats, satlin sti iped and figured Poux
deSoies, figured and plain Satinis, rich fi-ured, plain and
corded Si)as, for wedding dreases, real 10sh Poplin, seven.
ral cases ,l Muslin de Laines- an endless variety, and of
all prices; ricti Paris painted Muslins, new designs, celor-
ed and plain grounds, chintz figures, &., fine Paris Ca.
lico, selected expressly for this market, English do, low
priced Shawls, of Thitbet,*Chally, Mousseline de Laines,
Net Silk, Diaprinous,&c, tancy Hdkfs, do do do Hosiery
and .loves, of all kinds and descriptions ,-Mourning Art'.
cles, Bombazires, Crapes, Veils, Hdkfs, c, an extensive
collection of Linen Cambric, Swiss, Jaconet, Booki and
Carbwtic Muslin, with every article in his line of business,
which will me old it the lowest market price.
mh22 2w
ceived a splendid assortmonrt of rich Mantilla Silks; plain
black and tilck Brccade, 9 4 wide; also, a few pieces of
heavy English Poux de Soie, a very superior article,
which, together with his extensive aosortmeit of new Silk
Goieds, Moiuselin de Laines; Muslins, &c.
The ladies are invited to examine at 231 Broadway, ad.
joining the Anei ican Hotel. mh27
UGHaS &t GUYNET have received per late arri
S vals, a large and we!l selected stock of Fancy and
Staple Dry Goods, consisting in part of-
Plain and chdanigeable Gros de Nap and Poult de Soles
Jet and blue black Poult de Sole. and Gros d'Afiique
Rich changeable, plain and figured Gros d'Afiique
Rich satin striped changeable Poult de Soiet-s
Jet and blue black figured Gros de Nap and Poult de
Watered satin striped Silks, &c
Jet and Dlue black Bombazinties, fall qualities
('halirs and Mousselines de Lalrne
Paris Embroidered Caps, Collars, &c
French Cambrics, Jaconets and Moslinsi
Black and colored Lyons Silk Velvets
Fancy HdKfs, Scarfs, Belts, Gloves, &c.
Alsi, a very large and fashionable sEsorutnent of Lyons
Broche, Paris Cashmere, and Came ici flair ln)rg and
square Shawls, which they are selling at very reasonable
prices to the trade or at retail, at 254 Bronadway.
N. B.- Just received from Cantn. a ;- very rich em-
broidered Crape Shawls. mh20 lw
S No44 Maiden lane, have just opened a large am-
sor ment of heavy Linen Sheetings, of different widths,
from 21 to 3 yards wide.
cases 6 4 and 6 4 Irish and Silecia Sheetings
do 65 4 Russia do
do 4 4 heavy Pillow case Linen
do 4 4 do Shirting do
do 4 4 do fins and very fins qualities
do Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, &c.
do Birdseye, Huckabuek, arid Silecia Toweling,
Couterpanes, Quilts, Blankets, Baises, Flannels, &c., by
the piece and at retail, -at low price. aplt

S10 Maiden Lane, has just received 1 bale Printed
Baize Crum Cloths, 4 by & yards square, a new article;
also rown Linen Crum Cloths with borders, also 2 cases
-tPliwr-- ,,w..n.gaF xp,- -v P TI'P., i axnl Piano covers, at
cthep prices. mh29
A UC'I ION GO)ODS-Uone case light French Prints,
blue and buff, warranted fast colors, at 2s 6d1
per yard; Lminen Cambric Hdkfe, from 3s to 8s each. One
case plaid fancy Ginghams, at ls per yard, warranted fast
colors, received and for sale at No. 10 Maiden Lane, by
mh23 J. S. FLEET.
StFOUNi'AIN has this day added to his former
stock of Mousseline de Laine., o0e entire case of new
designs, the richest that hive bee-n offered this season;
themost choice patterns, will be sold at Ss, and others as
low as 5s and 6s Also, 2 cases of splendid new silks,
which those in want ot arc requested to call and examine
at 23tlBroadway, adjoining the American Hotel. mi30SO

Y-2A ZNNDT, at 14 Maiden Lane, have now completed
their assortment of goods in their line for thie spring and
summer use; and their long experience in the business ena-
bles them to offer avery desirableand varied assortmentof
Under Garments, and other articles of men's apparel.
They have 1o0 the head, silk, spun stik, cotton, worsted,
and woolen Night aud Lounging Caps, for the neck, the
best anrid richest fancy and black Stocks aiti Cravats; for
the hands, the best goat skin, silk, cotton, linen, and other
Gloves; for the feet, silk, spun silk, cotton, worsted and
mrinj Hlose and Ha:f Hose, for substantial wear with
boots, and c-casions of dress; for the body, a very great
variety of sizes andi substances of silk and spun silk, cotton
and gauze cotton, worsted and gauze worsted, merino and
gaure merino, linen and lambs' wool Shirts and Drawera;
I'nen and cotton, end linen Dress Shirts, made in the best
manner and of the best materials, done up and ready for
immediaw ueein boxes of one dozen each ; plain and fan
cy Spittalfi Id's Pocket Hand r- rchiefs; cambric do; silk
Cravat Stiffnt's; Elastic Suspenders and Riding Belts;
grass cloth Jackets and Pasa loons; Morning Gowns, &c
or sale wholesale ano retail. mvl7
ftNAMILY GKO0 Itik.--.h.l, ,l eLl ,Tea Ieal.
I er and Grocer, 142 Greenwichst, has on hand supe
rtorloaf, lump anril crushed Sugar; also wnite Carthage-
Sugar,superior Barbadoes, Porto Rico ant. brown Havana
Sugar, together with a general assortnientofl'Groceries.
N.B. Faniiliessuppliedwlihfresh Gosihen Butter. ioods
sent to any part of thIe city withoutcharge forporterage
0 terrine of various sizes, and in perfect condition
Also, Mushrooms
Green Pease, Green Beans, Asparagus, Strawberries,
Peaches, Cherries, Raspberries, &c., and a variety of
Pates of Game, &c. just received by the iast arrivals from
France, by <'JNKER. & CO.
jal7 13 MaieanJ lane.
.iAEATHERS--66 bales best Western l.ve Geese, for
mh30o 10 Old slip.
C '(4TTON AND RICE-o65square bales choice Upland
j. Cotton, and 130 tierces Rice, rtceivpd per late arri.
vals, and for sale by
mI130 GRACIE & CO, 20 Broad at.
SONDON FORTER-Porter and Brown Stout, in
A casks, of 7 d.zen quarts and 8 do pints, and in fine
order, for sale at reduced prices iftaken from the ship, by
mh30 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st,
i EWING SILK-5 ituinks Fenuzio's Sewing SillE,just
S received, tor sale by
mh3O HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
U UGAR-50 nhds prime Poro Rico Sugar, now land.
m ing at pier 14 East ttiver, and for sale by
mh28 HOWLANDD & .SPINWALL, 55 South st.
A OTTON-2!6 bales, landing from barque La Grange,
from Monile, for sale by
mh30 RbEYBURN & V-NDERVOORT, 10 Old slip.
NDIGO 25 cordons prime Caraccas, lor sale by
mh30 10 Old slip.

, SON TEA--:)0c chests superior fresh Hy aon Tea,

D AVIS, BROOKS & CO., 19 aid 21 Broad at. offers
lot sale, on lavorable terms-
IRON-300 tons English Bar Iron, assorted, fiat, round
20)0 ions Swedes lion, common and extra sizes
150 do old and new Sable Iron
1500 bundles English SheetIron, assorted, Nov. 12
to 27
1200 packs 1sat quality, Russia Sheet Iron
65(f tons Railroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pig Iron, ofapproved stamps
50 do Boiler Plate, English and American
TIN PLATES-3000 boxes Tin Plates, most approved
bianda, I X and extra sizes
1000 ingots Banca Tin
CHAIN CABLES-50 tons of Griffith & Lewis' proved
patent Chain Cables,assorted, *inch to 1 I inch,
with full supplies ol apparatus
BRASS KETTLES-30 casks, assorted, from I to 16 o
best German make
NAILS-1000 casks assorted, Warehamn manufacture.
HEMP-100 tons clean Russia Hemp; also, 60 tons East
IndiaJute Hem
CORDAGE-1000 coils Ist and 2d quality B-Russia Cordage
assorted, j to 6 Inch-entitled to deuenture.
DUCK, &c.-1800 ps. i.ght and heavy Ravens-200 pa.
Russia Sheetings.
BAGGING-5r roilsa ; 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 wood and bottles ; also, 3000 bkts
Chamnipagne Wines. "Riuinart' and other brands
70 cases Bengal Indigo, entitled to deb
260 bales green and dry salted Buffalo Hides
20 do Cawnpore and Madras Goat Skins
2600 bags Saltpetie, let and 2d quality
2000 bags Race Ginger
300 bales Jute; 200 bales Munject
4o0 do large, medium and small Gunny Bags
50 do Gunny Cloth, 42inches wide
30 do Safflower; 30 bales Senna
3.50 cases garnet, liver and orange Shellac
100 do Lac Dye
10 do GumTragacanth
10 bales Coir Mlats
25 cases containing 50 carboys Castor Oil
150 ioIls4.4 white floor Matting
2000 boxes Fire Crackers
10 cases Cassia Oil
1000 mars C& sia, 67 Ibs each
TEAS-i 0,000 pkgs. green and black'Tea, consisting ol
Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson, Souchong
ard Hlyson Skin,in 6 St 131b. boxes, 241b. cases,
chests and half chests.
SILKS & SHAWLS-90 cases Choppa Romals, rge,
medium, and small size-20 cases large 'And
small Bandannas; also, SO0cases black Sarsne 'a,
Synchews, Levantines, Lustrings and Satins -
white and crimson Pongee Hdkfa.,Suchan Pon.
gees and black Hdkfs ; also, 10 cases Canton
Crape Shawls, 3 Cashmere do
RIO COFFEE-5500 bags let quality of new crop Ri
ALSO- 6 chests Turxey Opium, put up for the London
50 bales Brazil Ipecac. mhl2
U-The Subscribers offer (or sale, in ltos to suit pur
chasers, and on favorable terms, a large asortment of
Wines, viz:
Madeira, in butts, pipes, hhds, qr casks and barrels
Do in cases of one dozen each, part very old a d
Sherry, pale, brown and gold, in various packages
Do do do do do in glass
Port in pipes, hhds and qr casks
Do in cases of one dozen, bottled at Oporto
St Lucar Wine, Tenaeriffe and Canary
Marseilles Madeilra, sweet and dry Malaga
Muscat, in qr c4sks, barrels and boxes
Pico Madeira, Sicily do, Vin de Grave
Sauterne, French Port, red and white Hermitage
White and red Lisbon, Bucellas ao
Maraschino, Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials
Sparkling Champaigne, of various brands, qts and pts
Hock Wine, do do Sparkling
Bordeaux and Marseilles Ciaret, lin wood and glass
&c. &c.
London Porter and Brown Stout, qts and pts
Burtos, Scotch and English Pale Ale, do do
Havana and Principe Segars, ot various brands
Wine, Porter and iClaret Bottles, Corks do
Foreign and domestic Demijohns, differentsizes
Souchong and other Teas
Loaf and Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels
St Croix do in barrels
Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves
Marseilles and Bordeaux Salad Oil
Old Java and Laguyra Coffee
Bu-tch Raisins, Almonds, Sperm Candles, different sizes
English Mustard, in whole, half and qr boxes

Olives, Capers, Sardines, &c. &c.
GRACIE & CO, 20 Broad at.
Orders from other places will receive attention, and for
warded to any part ofthe '7nite'l States. fell
G RINNELL MINTURN & CO., 134Frontstre
have for sale-
20 cases English Sheathing Copper, assorted sizes
from 14 to 32oz.- .--.
850 English Hoes; 30 t, -
2 cases Tortoist Shell' ,-' >
100 bales Calcu.tta Hidea:\ s ', ,
IOU-caskstun ( [linga ---I- -- ,
100 casks Ombr) Madder
500 oags Crude Ginger; 2000 bags Saltpetre
140 bales Jute: 500 do Manilla hemp
130 cases Grass Cloths
200 cases China Silks, comprising an assortment
black and white Goods, Sewings, &c.
175 qr. casks Lisoon White Wine; 130 bags Sago
0,i000 bushels German red Wheat
1000 bls Danish Flour, entitled to debenture
70 bales Printing Cloths
30 oales4 4 brown Shirtungst 10 cases Printed Satinet.
1100 Australian Sheep Skins
|400 gallons Teal Seed Oil 300 boxes Sperm Candies (
1000 bls Whale Oil; 10,000 ibs. W nalebone
j o0,000 gallons Winter and Fall OlI
rTAS--Young Hyson and 1Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; Gunpowder anrd Immerial, in half chests, cases
and boxes, balance ex ship Ontkda. je2S

C IHOICR AND RARE WI ':1- .-'The subscribers
tI offer for sale the loilowing c.d and suplarior Wines,
most of which were imported by them dir.- t, and from the
first eurces ;
25 pipes London Particular MLadeira, in pipes, hall pipes
and quarter casks
1000 demijohns do, some of which ;s very old, and was
selected from the moot celebrated eswaes.
500 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30 'year
old, part imported direct and partvia India. Also, Malm
say,Sercial and Tina.
The lineast Pale, Gold end Brown SberryWines incasks,
demijohns and bottles.
French Wines-Chateau, Margaux, of 1927 and 182,
Chateau Lafitte, Leovilie, Palmer, Margaux and St.
500 baskets Deo Bremont Champaign6,
60 cases Sparkling Hock.
230 cases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage.
50 cases Uhambertin Burgundy, in the finest order
*Port Wine, very rare, in cask aid in bottle.
Hock Wines-Metternich, Johannesberger, Hockheimr
er, Rudeshelmer, and Leisten.
L P Teneriffe, Lisbonr and Sicily Wines, for sale ,by;
nIO A. BININGER & CO. 141 Broadway.
H OGERS & CO. 65 Wall street, have on :iand and
,offer for ale the following Merchandise on liberal
Hemnp-200 tons Russia Hemp
60 do do Outshot,40 do do Codilla'
400 bales Manilla
ron-150 tons PSI old Sable
Teas-12500 6 and 10 catty boxes Imperial
100 can's boxes do do
2000 5 and 10 catty boxes Gunpowdet:
100 canisters boxes do
4000 6 and 10 catty do Hyson
8 chest choice Hy son,5 do doSouchong
Mattinr-1000 rolls superior plain 4-4 and 6-4
Fans--16 cases Silk and Feathe,'
Silks-5 cases white Pongees, 2 do do do Hdkfs
2 do crimsondo do
2 do scarlet and white do do, 1 do do do, figured
2 do black Sarsnets
Fire Crackers-500 boxes, each 50 packs
Nutmegs-3 casks superior
Rattans-3 tons No. 1 Rattan.
Red Saunders-20 do Wood, from Calcutta
Straw- I case unmanufactured
Coral-_ do manufactured, forjewellers orexportatiol
Mats--3000 Russia Mats
Woe .Abalas Picked Buenos Ayres Wool, lt, 2d, n
3d quality
Wines-1000 baskets Champaign-Cock, Windmill,Ay5
Phenix and Lacoste brands
150 hds Claret-Medoc, S' lulien, Palmer, Pauil.
lac, St Estephe, Brauin. Mouton, &c
300 casesSauterne
600 do Claret-Delbos, Leoville and St Jullen
100 do Hermitage, red; 100 aeo Muscat
Some very choice lots ol the above wines"
8b cases choice Chateau Margaux
46 hhdse Vin de Grave
100 baskets sparkling Burgundy
!00casesRomanee; 10Odo Chambertin
A4l0b haelrats Coflrc. hrnrd. rt nts nd ont fhamwrynia

Iff"-& W'u - -

Shave, after a careful c.onrparisin made by them in
France in the Champaign di nrcts, selected the Wines of
the estate of De Brimont, and which they now have
he pleasure of offeriirg to Ihe public as a rich and fiuity
Wine, anti possessing all the qualities which characterize
he highest grade of Chaiipaign. From the superiority
iid great extent of the stozlk of this estate, a ulb('ormity of
quality-and regularity of supply is assured to purchasers
The Wine is put up in thei lbest manner, the bottles neatly
abelled, and the corks brand '- De Brlmont," with the
family coat of arms, and covered with zinc.
Received by recent arrivals of the above brand--
500 baskets White Sparkling Sillery, in quart bottles.
60 do .Io do de in pint do.
100 cases Ocil de Perdrix Sillery,
vhich is offered to consumers and to the trade on reason-
ableterms. A. BININGEt & CO.
fe27tf 141 Broadway.
LIQ.UjEURS, &c,-Martinique, Noyeau, Rose, Par.
faith Amour, Caanell, &c.
Dutch-Curacao, Anisette and OoldWater, from the fac
oiy ot Pokink
Italian-Maraschino, and Pallesi's celebrated Cordials,
.onsistiing of Cedrato, Assenzio, Persico, Caffe de Moka,
'ainihlis, Rose, &c.
French-Paris and Bordeaux, In great variety and ele.
gantly put up
Danish-Copenhagen Cherry and Raspberry,1
Prussian-Eau d' Or de Daitzig
Batava Arrack, Peach Brandy, Scotch and Irish Whis-
key, nltl Ruin and Brandy
Truffles, Olives anl Capers, Strasbourg Pazes, Sardines,
London Pickles, Brandy Fiuits, &c
The above are all genuine and imported by the subscri
bers from the original place. of mnanuacture. For sale by
d29 A. BININGER & CO. 141 Broadw
,. INES AND CORDIALS-1000 baskets Heid
300basketiLonibart Champaign
100 do Fraternity do
6'0 cases German Wines, including Johtannlsbarg,
Rupperrsberg, Steinberger, Rudesheimer, Hock
hieimer, Liebfrauliech, Geisenheimer.Vorster and
2. 0 cases Ansynthe tie Louvet, approved brands
200 do Kirochenwasser de la foret noire, large bottles
50 do assorted Cordiais, for sale by
mylO P A H. RENAULD, 30 Pine street, upstairs
PRING (i tODS.-'n'ie subscribers offer for ,a'e lthe
tnllowing goods, received per late arrivals -
6t Cambiics and Jaconet Muslins
6 4 Tape and Satin Chick do i
Brocades and Swiss Muslinu ,
6 4 Prit.tedSaxonies
Mousselain de Lamnes
Black and white Priunts
Birdseye and Table Ditpers
7 8 and 4 4 Irish Linelis
4 4 a 10 4 SheetinIga
3 4 and 4 4 Brown Hollands]
Linen Dawlas and Duce
Brown and white Linen Drills
Pongee Hdifs
Cotolt, Hosie.:y, &c. &c.




0j OGIRS & CO. offer for saie-
GOL 0 tons clean Russia Hemp,20 tons red Sanders
4L0 rolls 6.4 a.,d 4.4 Canton Jlattiog, plain
460 131b. boxes Imperial Tea
8 cases Poneees
8 casesPearl Buttons
French Wines in c(;asts and'boxes
Champagne Wine, sundry brands fe
EA.-60 chests Youig Hyson
1 233 hal chests do do
45 chests Hvson

30 pipes Holland Gin) of the celebrated Bla
Horse brand, received direct from the Diatelleiy
Messeurs W Paula & Son of *Iotterdarnm.
30 casks 8iordeaux white Wine
50 c iees Bordeaux Claret
300 cases Chamtrbettin
600 baskets Champaigne
24 cases Kirshenwaser
0d ao Marechrna.
16 boxes white Havana Soagar
'0 brils Paris Green
8 casks Sulphate of Soda, proper for glass manuft
3 cases Sponges
3 cases Pistols
And an assormnentof Gold ar d Svlyer Watches and Mu
sical Boxes. For sale by
mh22 34 Beaver street.
JOWLAND & ASPINW/.LL offer forsale at No
Sand 56 South street
,ugar-200 boxes A Boston Reained Loaf Sugar, 100 bb]
crushed do do do ; 80 do Pi terto Rico do
IV r -A full assortment of palb and brown Sherry ; als
old Madeira, in bu;as, hhda and qr. casks; 100
casks San Lucar ; 100t) Indvan bis do, 4 p!pes print
Sold Port Wine ; 50 Indian I Is sweet Malaga ; u10 0
do Muscat; 190 qr casks CalabriaPort.
Dye Wood-300 tons bright Lina Wood ; 400do doCan
peachy Logwood.
Hemp--lO bales Siial Hemp.
Sponges-S0 bales Smyrna Sp inges.
Straw- cases Cut Straw.
Cassia-i1U cases Cassia, iniha picull cases.
Wool-100 bales assorted Barbary ; 100 do do Grecial
30 do do Benigata. ,
robacco-159 bales prime Cuba I eat Tobacco.
Pimento-100 bags Pimento.
Cordage-90 coils assorted Bolt. Rope.
Matting-15(i pieces 4-4 and 6- Ca:.,n Mlatting.
Marat,chino-40 cases, I dozer bottles each
Fur Seal Skins-3000 assorted Clapnmatches and Bulls
Fruit-1000 boxes fresh Messina Lemons
Rags-40 bales Messina Rages
Pig Iron-loo0 tons No. I American Pig Iron; 6 0 do No.
do do do ; 100 do No.1 Briiith do do.
Tin Plates-100 cases assorted Tin Plates.
Fenezio Sewing ,ilk--A smral( invoice just received) Irec
blue and black letter Sewiing Silk.
Stone Bluec-2 cases Stone Blue.
Copper-17 pigs Mexican Copper. jel4
j H. RUSSELL & CO, 335 Pine st. have receive
-' by late arrivals, and differ tr sale the following
spring goods:
which Dark Chintz Prints
Rich light fancy do
Bl3ck and white do
Black and white and fancy pii.tedlMuslins
Mouselline deLaine
Pointed Quiltangs an Welts
Scotch seersucker and checked Ginghams
Pink CLhambrays
Madass, Verona and Turkey red Hdkfs
Fancy Cotton Drillings
Fancy and plain Linen Driliings
Astiachan and Summer Cloth3
Mixed Ermnirets
Woristed Tr'wsers Stuff, various kinds
laconet, Lat,Loc-r, chocktd and"Cambric|Muslinr
Germnian Cotton Hosiery
Furniture Dimity
Marseille.s Quilts, 9 4; :o 12 4
Double Genoa Lords, 27 inch
Moleskins and 3witverteens
White and Drab Satteens
Brocha black and fancy .,hawls
7 4 a 8 4 Scotch rartan doj
Kilmarnpck Bonnets
Umbrellas. 28 and 30 inch
Valencia Vestings, light &nd dark
Fancy woollen CGasimer:;
Black do
Wool dyed blackand green Cloths
Fine and superfine assorted coloured Cloths
Flushings, assorted colors
Pilot Cloths
Red Paodings, 3 4 a 6 4
Blankets, various kinds
Canvass Paddings
Cotton Bagging. lew
%,%/ INiS, &c. ad dIozea Madeia ol various urand
V and vintages; from 7 ,o i0 years old.
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do do do 0o
100 do Port, ofasuperior qua.ty.
O00cases Claret, including Chateau Margaux, Palmse
Margaux, La Fitu, St. Julien, LaToir, &o. k
100 do Sauterne, Lyncha.s Barsac. &c
00 do Vinde Graves
100 do Burgundy, Romance, Conti,UhambertiL., I4
100 do 'iermitage, red an' "kite.
100 dr Cote Rotie, and or'ler French Wirnes.
600oo (o Champagne, Cilcquot and other favoritebi ands
100 do Thenish, Hockheiner, Johannesberger, Rudes.
aeirner, Marcobruiner,Liebfraumilch. Sic. Moe
100 Jdo Canary, C (mtantit. Muieat, Cyprus; Sweetno
Dry Lisbon, Malaea, St. Lucar, &c.
AIso-2 0 pipes old Brancy, Otard, Du Puy & Co. ano
Seanette ; old Morntain Dt N and Iish Wilakey ; eCoach
and WhiteBri Last InJlia Arrack ; Shrub; Metheg-
WS".: A-ry Qumi ; e1 Gin, and a complete asscrt-
lae~nr Tn ,oiuia i'- ..md' i~inf4lrie si'-R.- wswmvfi, Andre, Curacoa,Maraschin o, Rosolioe. &tc.
The most oftire above forsale on draft as well asi n bot
Ie. lbyv BUNKER & IO_.. 13 Maiden Lane. ml

er, wnicn is weekly submitted by -the principal to each pu
F41 ; ani, attie e ypiration of fcur weeks, tothe pa-cnts or
guardians of etch, in time form cl a report.
Poaket Money.-Pupils have but little reasonable use
for pocket monie) They are supplied by the principal
with al necessaries, and more than these serve only to
create andi nourish artificial tastes and wants,which have
an unfavorable bearing on future character. They will
therefore, be allowed no money, but at the pleasure of the
principal. This rule is imperative, and, enforced, saves ex
pense to the parent andcharacter to the pupil. The Pur
ser takes charge of all 'Mneys intended olbr the use of the
pupils, and distributes only "n an order from the principal.
No accounts wil in any cas, be made for thie pup:ls,*nor
will any expenditures be inricui.- :ed for them, further than tirhe
amount of money deposited tbfor ,eir use
wardrob6s.-A directress is en.ployed to take charge of
the wa,'dioLe who devotes herselfexclusivcly tothat duty.
To save much trouble, every pupil Bhould have each ar
tile of his clothing distinctly marked with the initials ot
his name, and posse.is a complete inventory of the whole.
He should also have, as his own property, a set of
brushes and combs, a "BiblJ" and a "Book of Common
. Examinations.-An examination is held every Friday
of the divisions under the several Instructcrs, in rotation,,
and a general examination of all the division at the clueie
of each term These examinations are open to the friends
a.rd patrons of the Institution.
Exhibitions -An exercise in composition and.declamr
tion will conclude each of the semi-annual exammatiois.
dpparatus.-The Laruaratory a furnished with apruat
ratue sutficient for the requisite illustrations IAn tnme several
depaitmenits, and to exhibit p,-actically the several subject
connected with the course o st udy.
.'I'ermrs.-The terms are $230 pii annum, payable hall
yearly in advance. Requisites, suci as fuel, lights, wash
ing, mending, beds, bedding, books, stationery, &c. are
furnished, and without extra charge.
academic Year.-The academic year embraces forty
six weeks, in two terms of twenty-three weeks each.
Vacations -There are two vacations. At the expira
tion ol the first term, there will be a vacation o;f four
weeks ; at the expiration of the second, one of two weeks,
kpowp as fall and spring vacations

ek. 1f005:
Af CHAULET respectfully intorms his friends ar
the public, that on the 1st of May next, he will be rea.
to receive the pupils who way ote placed ni,deri his charg
Thie lin,tituion is intended to cure the bes, ol ducatiu
either for commerce or professional career.
l erms- $125t Ier session of 22 weeks, for a complex
course of English studies, Latin. Greek, French an
C- Cards to be procured of Messrs. Carvill, 108 Broadwaj
Sierard & Mondon, 36 Couttlandi street, Charles D
Behr, 94 Broadway,.R. Lockwood, 411 Broadway.
t fell tmny13
An English and Classical Boarding School fo
Tarrytown, Westcheiter Co., New York.
O CHARLES H. LYON, A. M., rineipal.
a N 0 Day Scholars are received.
Reference, by permission, to tfe following gentlemen
' Tarytown.--Washington Irving, Esq ; ley Georg
r Dubois ; General James Benedict; Steuben Swartwout
e Esq.
o0 U S. Senate.-Hon. Daniel Webster.
Sing Siny.-Rev Dr Creiehlon.
TMiddletorn, Connecticut.-Rev Dr Fisk, Pres. Wesleyan
Washington, D C.-J L O'Sullivan, Esq.
Aew Yoik C:ty -Hon Gulian C Verplanck Willian
A Duer, LL D,Pres.Columbia College, RKv Dr M'Vl:ckar,
tev Lr-Bangs; Rev Dr Berrian; Herman Le Roy, Esq
S harper & Brvilhers; rr J It Van Rensselaer ; Davir
Graham, E-q; George T Trimble, Esq.
Also, to tilhe following gentlemen, who have sons or ward
in the i,tittuhtion .
Elisha Morrill, Esq; Gen G H Striker; H Weed, Esq
'1T Woodruff, Eiq ; Charle- Osborn, Esq; James Mor,.
is, Esq ; Willtam Browning, Esq; Henry Lott, Esq
Freeman Camnpbell, Esq; Thomes E Hut/e, sq; B F
Howe, Esq; Peter Rose, Esq; Thomas loomer, P.sq; B
() Christopier, Esq; P P Lyon, Esq; s Fanning, Esq
Meassrs H & S Raynor, &re, New YoK ; Jacob Le Roy,
2 Esq, LeRoy, N ; Jalmes M Hoyt, Esq, Jrtey City; Dr
A W Gates; P W Paddock, F.sq onkers, N Y; Ch nsio-
heti Appleton, .;q, F'ennsylvania; Michael Robins, Esq,
Virgitnia; William S Jenkina, Easq. Kectucky; William a
Duiham, Ecq, Brooklyn, N Y; Kendal S Robins, Esiq,
1.atchez, Miss; Lieut Thornton A Jenkins, U S N, Balu-
more; Clark Hamimond, lEsq, Beekmaniown, N Y.
Circualts may be had at W A Colman's, 205 Broadway
d T J Crowen, 567 Bioadway, and H &.S Rayno', 76 Bow
Sery fe27 3m
I OTICE.-Ttie Principal ot this Institution, grateful
for the vury general approbation with which his plan has
been received, beg-s leave again to bring it to the notice oe
tlha.t portion of the public who desire br their sons a
soutid, practical, and christianeducation.
Second Year.-The second term of the second year of
the lihist.itute will commence on Thurslay the first of No-
vember next, rid with materially extended facilities in al-
most every depaitinent. Essential additions have been
niade, especially in the department of Modern Lariguages.
The instruction in French particularly lathe best that could
be secured.
.Buildings.-The b'tiidings for the institute are now all
completed, and were erected for the purpose to which they
are devoted. They are new, spacious, and sightly; and are
fitted up on a convenience of plan, and a neatness of style,
w which are not exceeded. They comprise accommodations
for fifty pupils, rooming in pairs-foi the Instructf,rs -
the Principal and the family-a G-aneral School Roomw-Re
citationRooms-a Readina Ro,w.,-a Laboratory-and a
Locatton.-The location is unsurpassed for healthiness
and beauty. It is upon an eminence in the suburbs of the
ciy, securing, u) its retirement and elevation, a free arnd
healthy atmosphere, and commanding an extensive arid
delightful view. It is such as to render it unnecessary for
tie pupils to have any connection with the city, except,
when occasionally permitted by the principal, for asocial
intercourse, and purroses ofbusiness
Grounds.-The Grounds connected with the establish.
meant are ample and beautiful, affording full scope for tet
craut;on ird amusement
Teachers.-The Institutonis carried on by the Princi
pal, and assistants ofcharacter and experience in the pro,
Design.-Its design Is, to impart a thorough and prac
tical education, upon decidedly christian principles-to
Suite sounl learning with pure religion.
Plan and Government.-lIt Is conducted upon the plan
of a well regulated Christian family ; for the time, the
adopted home of its members
The principal regarding himself in the place of a paj
rent, encourages a free and open intercourse between the
pupils aid himself, and endeavors, by winning upon the
affections, and, by the presentation 1o proper motives, to
induce a faithiul discharge of duty. The government is
therefore strictly parental.
.arrangement. -In agreement with the natural consti
turion rofthe pupil,the school is arranged in three depart-
me.irs, the Moral, the Intellectual, and the Physical
Moral Department.-TheMcraj Department, which in-
volves the government, is supplied by the Principal ,It em
braces a course of moral and religious studies, adapted ito
each pupil. To the Holy Scriptures conitantreference is
made, as the foundation on which alone may De built
solid and enduring character, and as the only sale and prol
per basis of Christian education. The views of scripture
rru'h, and of religious duty presented. are in siect ar|
cordancrwith the doctrines, discipline, and worship of the
Protestant Episcoral Church. it is the constant endoae
vor in this department to win over to the Saviour, and
to his body-the Church-the first and strongest affections
of the youthful heart.
Intellectual Department.--The Intellectual Departi
mer;t embraces all the ordinary English branches neces
sary to business and comnrrcial pursuits ; additional la
culi;ies for instruction in the higher departments oa learn
leg, with reference to College requirements, to Teaching,
thn Provessions, and Civil engineering ; also in Vocal Mu
sic, Drawing, and the Modern Languages. Ir is conduct.
ed by the Principal and assistants, and by such n. sterm
as it is necessary trom time to time to employ.
Instruction In this department is specially directed to the
understanding. It i the endeavor here to improve and
strengthen the thinking powers. The pupils, therefore,
are taught the rationale of whatever comes befre them ;
more attention is paid to principles than rules. Partirulrr
regard is ttid to toe intended future destination of the pu<
pil, and his education is direct accordingly. He may
be fitted for the Counting Room, for Engineering, for Col
lexe, for 'leaching, or for the study of the Protessions.
Physical Department.-The Physical Department Is
intended tor exercise and health. It is superintended al
ways by a master, who has the supervision ard direction
otfthe pupils in lil iroute -w. tak-,. up m ti)e exercises of
the school, and instrnctsimn agreeable .t'd useful exercises
promoim.ve of health andi happiness
Manners an md IHabits.-Shpecial attention is paid to mani
ners and habits. Association with the family, and witl
occasional company, is, for their ituprovemeni encouraged.
It is the endeavor to prepare the pupil to move with pro
priety and ease in every circle ol society.
Requirements.-TheI aediasion of i upils is restricred to
no particular age. But diligentattentivn t. ...*j perlfrm.
ante oflduries, anu p,,priery of deportme.it, are exlpectep
of all who become members of the institution.
Record and Reports.-A daily record of the deadien
ces ol pupils in their several classes is kept by each teach

ZA may be had, if required. Auply to HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE-T'ha
nihll1tf A. 1. VAN BOSKERCK, Hoboken. i subscriber offers for sale on accomnmodating
HOUSES IN EIGHTH AN NINTH S' I terms, the lohiowing property in thie best part of
Fs HiOUES IN EIGHTH AN, NINTH STS. the oity, tfor private rsidences.
oSALE.-The tbre str3 Houses, now story House endL.ot onthe 5th avenue, between
12 erecting by the subscriber, on 8th and 9th streets, 10th and ilth streets, Lot 25 x 100.
between the 5th and 6th Avenues, and which will TIhree story House and Lot in 9th street, between Un;-
be finished on or before the tst o, April, inth best modern versuty Place and 6th avenue, Lot 5 x 94.
style, with mahogany doors and plated furniture, marble Three story House. and Lot 1l3 Bleecker, co:Ver of
mantels and grates throughout. The lots, which are 25 Thompon street, Lot 25 x 100. -
feet by halt the block (94 .eet 10 inc es) are in fie. Apply '1 hiee story House and Lot 36 feet in width, No 3 Un.
at 5 Ltlayette place, or at the Equitable Insurance Corn- versitvy Place.
pan3, 46 Wall street. W.B. LAWRENCE. Three story House and Lot, corner of 4th and McDougal
Alsoolors,.ileor-to let, two or three small three story stLres oto24x 6.
Houses on Waverley Place, wes,. of Wastingto square. Three story Houde and Lot in 4th street. These 5 hod.
fell ses ail look upon Washington square.
(HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE -The House Three story House and Lot on the south side of 14th at,
AN aud Lot No 3 University Place. The i:ou e is 35 between the 8h ard 9th avenues.
S feet liont. 3 ttorieS high, built in the best manner, Two story House and Lot in the Bowery, between 12th
and will be ready for occupation bout the middle and 13th streets ; lot 24 8 x 130 lest.
of A pil. The lot is in lee. Apply to Three story House in Eleventh street, between the 3d
nh8 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st. avenueand Bowery.
'1tThree story Houee and Lot No 97 Prince et.
'10 LiTRl01. L1.ASE.-A two story brick |^ ~ ryK ^ ^^
Hue0 81 i n :L eA n. Te Lot is 2 Three story House in Amos street, near Fourth.
House, No 81 leman stxet. TheLt in 26 Three story House On the 9th avenue, between 22d and
leer froi arid 140 feet deep, with a well of good 23d street.
water eo the pi enises. Also, Two adjoining Lots on-the West sideof Washing.
A lso-A two stony brick House, No 11 Carlisle st. ton square, corner of Barrow *t, each 27. 6 x 128.
Also-A three story brick front House No 3 Sussex St., A Lot on the south side of Washirgtou square, next tc
Jersey City. the corner of Thompson street, forming an L on the ]at,-
For toirns, apply to J. BLUNT, No. 4 Wall at tet street, with 20 feet font. ..
mh6 itf The prices of the above property ranke from $12,000 to
STO LET, OR LEASE-The five story fire $30,Ou. For further particulars, apply to
Proof Store, No. 28 South William street. 9 M (Rh n PEARSON,
i3EB Apply to CARY & CO., 9 Merchanits. Exchange, or to
s A No. 90 Pine street. ml.il6m J. A BOOC6UK, 23 Nassau at.
N A Feb. 16 No. 90 Pine street.

FOR SALE. R,.al Ertate at Harlem-consisting
Am& (.1 5,t lots of land, situated on the. 7th an(
h8i Avenues, between 117th and 119thstieets.
There is by computationo 70,COO loade of soil up.
on then, near which tney are n,w leveling. These lots
will be sold as they now are, with the buildupgs upon them.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS, & CO. 1i broad Et.

( OASSIA-5000 mats, ftor sae by
Snih29 GOQODHUE & CO. 64 South at.
IMDiGO-P'ruine Caer:acca.,just received, and tor sale
mh25 10 Old ship.
v IRGINIA HAMS--uperior Snithfield lHams, just
received by R. H. ATWELL,
mh22 f 381 Broadway,cor. White.
1/RAPE'SHAV. LS-hmbroidered and damaksas nl..

2- 1 lel-Wh

TO LET.-Several suit. oh Ofices, at No. 92 f'1 ANES.A'The subscriber has oz hand, the large
-.4 s North side. ao Spruce, near to Nassau streets, as '-1/ sortwent of Walking Canes ir the ciy. made of

'i~~~trd e^bn ,^ roaus-^. ,^^ ^^^
1 commordious and eligibly situated as any in the I 9RTeoaupa n d. other b uiy ful wood
city. Possession immediately or on the st May mounted in every styleT osepurchasing for the Sougho
next. Inquire opposite, at No 8 Spruce s. fel If e'nmarke, are vitedo examine this assi ortmen, w ich,
ri ilo 'variety, cannot be equally. in the ciy, aun witl be so]
Jy EUILDINU LOTS-For sale, a number of wholesale or retail, at very lowhpric s, b

buuldi' mE= ^S ^^ sKy -eat,.,.,.

hce:l or^y ~ ^ ^^^^ retai ,IW B ,, lv. _. a ilb o
10.*building Lots in the most eligible ptrt of the city e01 A. b. STRAINGEs Broadway,
n private residences, being on Washingtoni T-E-- AN BLN T OO T
quare,*0.rnion Place and their Immediate viacini. w ANDONLAN -.1 IS _blise
te tie-s. .Many of these lots are considerably beyondI tbe i N T. -The subscriber having recently narged

- hcsatock of SRoetionerydelighrfsyceituated.. ......'ntedy.anaaroe^^
ruunal dimensions, andpsome of them have facioitie for the hisetock oSationery, rspectful iUvitel the puble
erection of ithables. Applyn thoy t mine the same before puchtsng elsewhere. The
YI J. GREEN PEARSON, .rictet attention W ill be paid to u" nctuality nd eathe
)e i od29 Merchants' Exca.nge, or in the iOllOwing branchea oal 2
mh6o Im J. A. BOOCOCK, 24 Nassau st. Account Books constantly for tale or manufactured to
older of superior Linen Paper andibound in the most au.
FOR SALK-The two a story brick Hous eand rable manner.
9t, Lot 137 Greeie street, pleasantly situated in the Engraving, Printing, Ruling and Binding cf.every do-

r. T le )'n dsroner w of th u Hdn houses betwendi Bur l nof an Prntng Ruin ad inin o1er d.
r a;, nedtsoie row opi Houses between Prince e andl scripton, executed with case and elegance.
o' uston street. 't1he House is in prime order, Litbographic Notes, Checks, Circulars,'-Bllls of Ex.
with all the modern improvements, has marble mantalsclanget Bills f Lang.
and gate throughout, patent range in tre kitchen, e c. Aiso, a great variety Wf miscellaneous articles usually
Inquire on the premies any time through the day. The kept by Stationers, which are offered for sate or the most
,reatcst part ofathe purchase money may remain on bond reasonable term .
arid mortgage, for a number ot years feiSIt' Orders redpectfully solicied.
e d TO LET-A modern built three story Hous mDWARD N. KENT, Statifner,
p on the norta stde of Tenthstret, near 2d Avenue, m O No 3 Wall rt.
Stuyvesant Place. Tire House has grates and "oWWlWORK ON EGYPT, ARA1A t
e &- eOlegarital cofor OtMar cbnedoo s T...o. S. TAYLOR, Book5sller, Brick Churcl '
ndercellar.&s. Itisoe ofarow of 10 orl2houses of Chapel, haslet inet press, and will public about Pie is of
n reform trot. Rent moderate. April nextih inpreon of travel l in Egypt, Ar4blt a Pee -th
Also,thedwelling part otfaood houseontheNorthaide t rea and Holy Land by Alexander"" D as, transla ted
f Canal street, between Varick and Hudson street. fiboin the French, by a Lady of New York,-in Othae vol.
Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, at No.171(anal at., royal, l2m. This wor whih. hami been oublishedI
aehore 10 A. M.. and after 5 o'clock P. M. mylS tf P,%is, -thin th elast month" is D writh by one of dh first
o. FOR SALter or exchange unncum red ecauthors, and is'perh ape one of the best and
rea estate in, e this city-That monst brsplendid Man ost intertng Book ofTr veleer pblished o" that
] ainaston kteiwn as Rose Hill, delmhsfully situated countLry, and translated by a lady of tale',it, well qualile d

a__g n known T a s Roe Hll BROADW AY fu siuba te 'r t e tak Tor peopl wh,, A *t d rM h28 M elw a
An--near West urin', on theKing Bridge Road, or te task. Tro people a et :ee
A Besrtcbester, and within an noir's drive of the City Hall ork un the' sa ) will found worthy t of

Wayrly pac.; eig te o~tspendd itelo prva e ontraelart ^,,, "' ujqI W~ D^"^" fd d worthy oife
he dwelling stands about a quarter of a mcle froe the u e.era oattentirn. March 23 2w
main road, and is approached by a carriage drive Fb mH2 G6 NTL IMAN I i, ABLE.RIUTURY | o
through the grountis. An elegant Portico, supported by M modern System of Farriery. By Wm'ladtlin 12Eth
marble column, opens to a sparc!ouS entrance Hal.-oesiton, 2 vols, Svo, calf. 'For sale by o
The interior of the building contains splendid suits of WMi A. COLMANt 20i BroadwaTy,
apartments comprising Banque,)n Rooms, elegantly Who hasfor sale many late Work on hesunebt ofthe

e?^'.4L O~wah~lton'n~ildonwavsrly~lae> '-"""'" 3 toris, xcl si of the autjcl iof th~emn
oinamented and designed, Library, iBath, a-Conservatory Horse and of Fariery. mh29
SstoLked with a rare and choice collection of Exotics, a
while the entire arrangements of this spacious establish- HOUSE IN WASHINGTON PLACE Foa
mnet are replete with every luxury and comfort, and suit. ai SALE-The elegant t ihres'atory brick House 7
able for the residence of a family of opulence. Washington Place, occupied-byMorris Robindeon,
The mansion is stirrouiltedt by upwards of It O acres of finished in the mopt convenient modern sty le-

1co1d a i g F o uPe a t cu a s n i w of fr tom o n th e 3 o-cl o fck .y T w -E i yd of te p u r.e
iand in the hiAhest state of cultivation, lorether with a P otsae oneanmte reatofnMay. Two-thgrd of thee pur .
lTrm house, Stabling, and all ohern out-buildinges-com. y y in on mortgage, if desired. er
manding most extensive views of the surrounding highly terms, apply on the p remises, or to
picturesque scenery. It is imfossble to do justice by JAMES B. MURRAY, Wall street,
advertisement either to the beauty of this valuable pro- mh25 2w corner of' Hanover street.
pert y. or to detail the numerous conveniences it embraces, FOR SALE.-Two adjoining Lots eaci 28 by
where taste, elegance and comfort, are combined. The about 150 feet in Wavterley Place, opposite Wash-
Mansion House a1ed Conservatory copt nearly $r0,000 in ingln Square, etendlng to a stable street in the
building. Apply to the Propritors, er. They are te only re gaining LoSOn the

part ~~~ ~ ~ ~ er Iheyi purhas thne onay reanorod n oerants*El chingote.o h
gMessrs. I.IXBY & WATSON, north side of the Square, and the most valuable i the
F8tf &; CO. 27 Beekman street. neighborhood. Apply to J. GREaEN PEARSON,
MAULE.TiPAVILION, ItOCKAWAY, 1, 1.- rb'5 2 27 Merchantc, Exthang,, Hanover at.
STO LET.-Thihly fashionable and popular WANTD O kENT-A Farm ol about 40
establishment will be let from Ist day of May No 60 acres o good land, with dwelling houses,
,ext, for a term of years, together with a fullitable for a family, about ten to forty
supply of standing furniture. The premises ate in prime milesftram the city of New York, for whica cash
condition. For terms, apply towill'be paid inadvance. o
STEPHEN WHITNEY, 48 Front street,or A line addressed box 1104 branch post office, will meet
re2o tf C A. DAVIS, 21 Broad street. with attention. mh2O 1w
KIP ESTATE, BROADWAY.- The suberi- TO L.T-Fromn istof May, the new three
ber offers fir sale, by private contr act, the entire story HnIuse, 203 Ninth slitreet, three doors east of
BlUck of Ground lit the 15th Ward, bonded by Broadway. It is finished in superior style, with
I Bioadway and Maercer street, Washington anrd J CaUnmairble mantels, mahogany doors, iron g4iatf,
Waverley pace ; being the most splendid site tor private counter cellar, &c. T. Apply to
dwellinrgs,or for a church, in the city. The ground is on W N O I e "
the most elevated part ol Broadway, and surrounded by mh29 Qt L17 BroId st.
vluaele improvements. 1 o d B d t.
It wil be sold in one parcel, or divided into 15 Lots, viz: FOR SALE-The superior House and Lot o
7 Lots on Broadway, (ermbnracing the whole front from 79 Spring street. the first eastof Broadwy. The
IWashingtn to Waverley places,) of about 26 by96 feet Lt is 25 by 96 feet. TheaHnutte is25 by 50, be-
each; 4 Lotseon Waslingron,and 4 do on Waverleyplace, ing 3 stories, exclusive of thecellar, basemei
of 26 by 92 feet each and attic, which are all finished in modern style In t,-e
In case of a sale in separate lots, a uniform style of im- most convecieut manner. It bas also a blok buidi-n ...
provement will be required, and stipulations against nui- containing Wash Room; Library and "Bathin room O-..
s inces. reo title is indisputable, and the terms will be The premises are in complete order and may be viewed
accommodating. For further particulars, and a view of from 12 to 3 o'clock.
there map, apply to A large proportion of the purchase money m emaln
1. GRe EN PEARSON, 29 Merchants, Exchange, on mortgage.
fre9 Hanover St. For further particulars, aDply to
TO BE LET.-The Cellar under the Store oi- mh2l 27 Merchants' Exchange, Hanover at.
I t cupied by the subscribers, cornier of Water street
Sli land Brning slip, with two convenient entrances FOR SAL--1The spacious 3 story House with
from Water street anti Burlng slip. Tie cellar the lot in fee o n Lthe w ant side of the th Avere
i. larrEe and dry.tB N e first house above W Brevoordns large man-
nhal tf MrcE. &0. VW. BLUNT. m on. The 1cupt is 2 h by 100, with a aourt yard of
5 test, and there is a Iot adjoining the roar which cd n be
FOR SALE-The neat two story brick House obtained if wanted for a stable. It wili be sold on accom-
No 18 Bedford street, is in complete order, having modating terms. Possession th5 first of May next. Apply
i 'een painted and repaired last spring. Possession to J. GRERN PEARSON,
will be given on the first May next. The greater fGI4 29 Merebanta, Exchpige.
part of the purchase money may remain on bond and mort. dl TO Lr.-Th. spaeiou. Cv s tory
gagff. Apply to! fek" AR sb near the fow story
se. ORACIE & CO. '20 Broad street, fire prool store, No ISBroad street to let or lease.
S FOR GA CIE-Th COsperBo ro3scadry House, withPossessiou on let of May next.
FORSALE--Thesuperior 3 sory House, with Also--The five story fire proof Store, No 68
the lot mi fee, in 9th street, near the 5th Avenue, Cedar street, adjoining th6,Custom House. Possession o n
now occupied by C. W. HOW, Esqr., and pos the let of May next.
session given on thie first of May next. Also-The first floor and Cellar of Store No 15 Pin
Int willo be soldalowtand two thirds of the ir money may re. street, first opposite the Custom House. Possession, im
main an bond and mortgage. Apply-to me'liately -
J. GRLLEN PEARSON, Forrterms, apply at the store of
fel4 29 Merchants' Exchange. fe28 A. BININGER t& CO. 141 Broadway. __
TO LET=--Ffa= ihe first of May next, the 4 TO LLT-Irom' now till let May #ep.-e.. -
s ory brick store, 67 )&sOfihfgton- street. 'Fo pTar- r- tF~ThgifpTr f & thisstor) h1u6e, sottate on
ticulars, apply to i IJ. the north side of Canal street, between Varick and
11OWLAND & ASPINWALL, Hudson, the parlors conxmunicate with folding
fel3 Si South St. doors, with iron grates and marble martols throughout
11Nt LET--ThelargeBasementRoom.ntpresent(oivd.- the house. Apply to GEORGE W GILLS, 1No. 17
3_ edinto two apartments, underthe Bank of the Del Canal street, before 10 A. IfI., and after 4 P.M. scl If'
sware arid Hudson Canal Co. at the corner of William and rTO LET OR LEASE--The five story fire
Pine streets. Also. a Room on the floor of't,AM sanie buildM prou" Store, No 73 -lroad str_, -0 feet deep
ag. Inquire atnthe Bank. f 16 tf Ii Caunting Roonms will be built to suit the tenant.
FOR SA [.E--I'he 3 story House, with nt-is lot F5.lIAppiv to
in fee, 97 Prince street, being the 3d in a bock of fb13 CA14y & CO. 90 Pine en.
li~ 4 inorr'se on the corner of Mlencer street. It is a IL'r.OR SALE --lihe lan~ge vacant Lot antthe Ivorch west
handsome and convenient house, erected by two .32 cornieroat Houston and Mulberry streets, adjoining
of the best builders in the city, and will be ready for eciru- tire new 3 story houses on Houston street Time Lot is 3,5
pation in a few weeks. Two thirds ofthe purchase money feet frontt on Housion street, by about 100 feet in depth.
may remain out monrtage. Apply no For terms, apply to
J. GREEN PEARSON, mhlll E. K. COLLIN'S & CO. 5G. outh at.
fe14 29 Merchants' Exchanmge. iFUR SAL.E, REAL TAT'E Al" H i
R! OUSE WAN I ED--A two story genteel LA EM, consisting of64 Loresof Iand on the 7th
-. House fo~r a snuall lamily, is wanted in a genteel and 8th avenues, between 117th and 119dmt streets.
i IIpart of the city- If up, town, on or near an u.mrni. .Applyvat 21 B~road mc. did cf
,bus lin~e. The rent must be low, but will be paid101Ale0*T LT-Trvryda
Irompity, and tire best care will be taken) of the house. rabie new nthree stary house, No. 415 Houston
't'hosefhaving such a house will eta e the rent arid situ atien;
directed, 1315 upper postn ice. 'mh7 street. Apply-next door, or to
?' ORt SALE Ott LlcASE--Thie srore-c.2 beaver se4 -No 86 Southatreet.
street, extending to Mark-etfield snteet. In is five
lit strink', wuth 16 inch wails, and a granite front. FOR SALU-I1 Lots of Land, situated on
The Lot, which is entirely covered by the build IS L.ewis and Goerick streets, between Rivington and
ini, is about ",(2.ri x 60 teen. Apply no ,fl NStanton streets, six on Lewis aind five on (lo;erick
J. GREEN PEARSON, On Lewis street is a large wooden building, fo~r.
jabS 29 Merchants' tgxch~nm e. inerly o cnupied by the late Mr. Eeklord as a would left.
On Goerick street the land Is open and a very desirable
TO LET AT HOBOKEN--,A convenient two situani n for a lumber yaemd or buildings 10te A['nly to
story House, pleasantly ertuatedt in the secondI dl0) rf DAV'iS, BROOKS &t CO. 21 Broad et,

TO LE -Thefeti strv SOMS OS. 32 A


OJfIce, 74 Cedar street, two doors from Broadway.

MR. Rivas, on retiring from the S-nate of th,
United States, to "'the not unwelcome scenes o
private life," has published an address to the people
of Virginia, in which he vindicates his course in
opposing the continuance of the Specie Circular by
President Van Buren, and the Sub-Treasury
Scheme. He also repels the calumnies heaped up-
on him'-by the Globe, and other organs of the Ad-
mninistration, and shows that if ambition of office
had instigated him, he had it in his power abun-
dantly to gratify that ambition.
On this headwe quote the following paragraph
It Men, incapable of appreciating other motives
of action, have insinuated that I have private
griefs against the President, and that I have been
influenced by ambition. These charges force me
te depart from a delicacy which I have heretofore
prescribed to myself in speaking of certain tran-
sactions, which were, however, known to others at
the time uf their occurrence, and havo thus be-
come already partially known to the public. -o
far from having private griefs against the Presi.
dent, there has been every thing in my personal
relations with him to flatter and to gratify me, if I
were capable of being influenced by such consid-
erations in the discharge of my public duties -
There was nothing in the way of official advance-
ment, which I could have expected or desired, that
was not, not merely offered, but pressed upon me,
in the most earnest and flattering manner by the
President, at the first moment of organizing his
administration. -I preferred the service of my
State where her confidence had placed me, to any
Executive station, and these offers, however flat-
tering, were respectfully declined."
On an assumed coalition with the Whigs, which
is one of the charges against him, Mr. Rives holds
this language:
But I have been aseceud also of having formed a
corrupt coalition with the Whigs. Where is the
evidence of it? I have been, from the deepest convie
lions of my understanding and under a solemn
sense of my duty to the country, opposed to cer-
tain measures of the Administration-whether upon
good and sufficient reasons, or not, I am willing that
an enlightened and impartial public shall decide.
The Whigs have, in like manner, been opposed to
them. We have, therefore, of necessity acted to-
gether, in carrying out our respective opin
ions. But does mtis co-operation of arrest-
ing measures, which we both believed to be
of the most fatal tendency to the liberties and
welfare of the country, prove the existence of
a corrupt and dishonorable coalition. It was
the result of n) compact or arrangement, but the ne-
cessary consequence of a coincidence of opinion on
the measures involved ; and so far from being a
-criminal and reproachful act in either party, it was
A high duty of patriotism in both. Was I to pban-
don end renounce my opinions, because the Whigs
happened to concur in them. Does truth become
falsehood, because the Whigs embrace it ? Who,
then, are these Whigs, thus held up to a superst;.
tious horror as a sort of political lepers, whose
touch, however slight, is pollution and death. 1
know they haysve been recently spol{en of with
great gravity, as foreign enemies," with whom
any eormunienieation whatever incurs the penaltii s
of treason, under the deCfinition of that offence in
the constitution. But are they not, in fact, fel-
low-citiz ns ofa common country, having an e-
qual stake in the general welfare with other men,
many of them distinguished by the confidence and
respect of their countrymen in public trusts of
every grade of importance from the highest to the
lowest, and whose patriotism, intelligence and vir-
tue cannot be questioned, whatever differences of
opinion, on other matters, may prevail. Is it not
then to dishonor the spirit of th. age, is it not to
insult the understandings of the republican portion
of our folow-citizene, to attempt to invoke their
prejudices against an individual, not because his
opinions or his acts have been wrong in themselves,
but because in the maintenance of these opinions,
he and the Whigs have asted together, as they
must of necessity have done, if they acted at all, in
resisting measures which both of them believed to
be fatally injurious to the beat interests of the peo-
ple. For one, I shall mior btideterred by the bru-
tumfuLmen of any iWh, Jeaunaeatione,.rom tread ng,
firmly and fearlessly, the path of principle, whith-
ersoever it may lead me, in the honest and faithful
_ discharge of my duty to the country.

non-committal. He says :
As one of the people, I shall be prepared wh
the proper time arrives for decision, to take iti
course which, according to all the lights then b
fore me, I shall conscientiously Lilieve the best
terests, and the perm ,sent freedom and hsppin
of the Country demand. In rhe mean while, Ii
urcemmitted to any of the candidates. And it
precisely because I am so uncommitted, and ha
refused to commit myself, that all thi stor.mu of(
nunciation, by which your good opini( of me h
been sought to be shaken, has been raised aeair
Mr. Rieas makes a strong case for himself-I
it. is afl in vini. "Party discipline" and the
ganiz d denuActiatoa of the Press" sill hunt h


rical Society of this city having conceived the
ject of commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary
the day when George Washington was here ins
gurated first President of the United States-
vited Jo/h Q.. Adsms to be the orator of the d
He has, we are glad to learn, accepted the invi
tion, and will-it need not be doubted do just
to the occasion and the lofty theme.

A Meeting of the Mechanics of the Eig
Ward is to be held this evening at the How
House, at half past seven o'clock. Let the frici
of Joseph N. Barnes and Elward Minturn ra
in numbers for the Whig cause.

LouisuxAr.-On the 19th instant the Senate
Louisiana confirmed the nominations by the Go
nor of Charles Derbigny and Rice Garland
Judges of the Supreme Court of Louieiana." 'I
Court is now full, and consists of F. X. Martin
Roste, G. Eustis, Charles Derbigny, and Rice G
'and. Mr. Garland was a member of the I
Congress, and was re-elected to the present (26
Congress. The appointment causes a vacancy
the Delegation, which will have to be supplied b]
new election.
The Louisiana Legislature adjourned sine
on the 22d inst.
Gov. Roman of Louisiana has vetoed a bill wht
had passed the Legislature of]Louisiana grant
State aid to the construction of the New Oorlet
and Nashville Railroad.

At a meeting of the Whig members of b
Houses of the Legislature, held at the State Ho
in the city of New Orleans on the 19th day
Ank I* O19f1 -

0,#m the, Expres .l stReportedtorthe ew Vork American. i rens of the Un;on, disengaged from doubts and arsenal of
FINANCS 0OF THE CITY-No. 2. WEKLY RECORD 0F THE BAROMETERt AND disputes on the principle or essence of their gov- the King,
TC T HE M O T R M 0 R.ReECmient, are free from those tiresome topics that munity.
CZ .. S T MHERMO M TER. engross our political life, and they can therefore sally appi
2 s1 0 M .: ; "~ MAo, 1839. devote themselveS, with entire security, to the de. the male
S I I I I I I I Thermometer. Barometer, Windandremarks volopment of their national genius and resources, to thepoli
0s0 tW0 t l iight. Day. at A.M. While here, in F rance, there is no exception to the timber ho
3 -. Tu. 26th 31 54 30.02 W.-Fine. habitual inignificance of the Royal discourses, but incessant!
"2 "4 .4 4 W W 7th 410o 68 29.72'S.-Fine in a knd of defiance to the Chamnber,-in the as to ren
| I I = 0 L a 0n. Uited States, ort the contrary, the Moscage of the cabl'.
W to T. 28th 490 680 29.91 E.-Fine. President- alwuy teeming with documentary mt., Last w
Fr. 29th 40 55 29.79 E.-Fog. Sun shine tr and copious explanations, seems a constant of' Peers,
-- -I,.." -" --'- *" % and rain. obeisance to Congress. Have we not, then, a eight four days
WI o0 0 0 000=1 "W1 0 = Sa. 30th 400 4S0 29.89 NW.-Cloudy morn- to conclude thatthe American Republic, federal the Cabi[
O g CQ 0J0 00 C)0OC ing. Clear afternoon, as it is, is nearer o unity in government than our the whoie
c Su. 31st 300 480 30.45 NNE.-cFine. country with a constitution of three powers." several o
S C to Su. st 30 48 30.45NN.-Fe. It is not without a profound ending of regret, in that b,
M &A C Q. 60-'. oM -00W -fI. M' AcR. IL. that we re.d rho paragraphs of the M'sage Villenmar
SM. let 31 57 30.20 E.-Fine. that relate to the Canad;an insurrection. Before the comn
6p 0 0 o,1=_CI M., Monday e-- pi 13.blaming, as he 0.oes, the American citizens who perform,
--Eenng Aril1,189.sided with the Canadians-before invoking the majority
0SS ^ g^ C 00 U3da EvniA Apri :.- 18 9 9mn~ la agA t them Mr a ue ho l, rvl a
.I IM M -6 0 Z = P rWednesday and Thursday were warmer than rigors of law agist them, Mr.Van Brn should, rivals, a
St.. ,, any day in the month of March since we have re- at [east.havecon'ultedthe historyofhisowncoun-
Sported the weather for the ew York American. try. The President of the United States is so good and issue
t o .0)- C. as to allow his follow citizens to indulge wishes for were one
S [European Correspondence of the ,N Y. Y.,ean.] the cause of Canadian liberty, but he permits noth merit, or,
-- 5 5 o Jaur ot ing more ; and, nevertheless, if Lafayette and his more pnri
00.PARIS, January 1,1839.
.. a 2 P IS, January 1C companions in glory had, fifty years ago, confined vulged, a
o M O 1 Every year has increased the importance, in themselves to wishes in favor of Washington, as lents to
q 2 -, Europe, of the American President's annual Mes- ourjust&.millieu does now for Queen Isabella, it is diplomat
TW e .L sage. This may be attributed to the enlarged and doubtfulrM!at Mr. Van Buren would have been renounce
A Q 0 0 I m cital eve r seated in th Presidential chair." -,lheC
o more critical relations of trade, and stock-finance ; The National proceeds to say, that the Demo- have "Pl
C 0 0 0= 0 to the unremitting internal aggrandizement, and cratson this side the Atlantic will never be able to draught.
COMMUTATION OF ALIEN PAMENGERs.-The consequent external looming, of the United States; understand Mr. iVan Baron's opinions on Cana- fte w
disbursements under this head is usually the and to the greater diffusion and force ofDemoc- dian affairs; and it expresses the hope that the the wi
amount paid to a Clerk of the Cus'om House for anRepresentatives Af the American Union will not earlier tl
correct lists of passengers furnished to the Mayor' tic spirit and principles in this quarter of the Glube. suffer themselves to be governed "by considers- gaed s
office. a The Messages would have incalculably more cur- tions so narrow Ls those which actuated the Presi- indeed d
The Receipts is the amount paid into the Tree- rency and efficiency, if they were shorter and less dent's mind." On the subject of the Indian tribes, most i,
sury by ship owners in ~are of giving bonds ( as n oteNtoacudi.ms ll
y arer e by law to do) that b ss encumbered with matters and discussions which the Message, acordin to ation could in- to warra
thear reuied y aw o o) ha sad pasentereat Frenchmema only as information applicable ar
gcrs shall not ini two years become chargeable to might, suitably, be submitted to Congress in sepa- to French management in Africa, towards the COLUJI
the Alms Hou e. This commutAtion has usually rate communications from the Executive ; or, if a Arab natives ; but the editor can find few explicit mat,
been fixed at about two de"arsfor each passenger. skilfulcompendium of each was prepared at "bead rules of conduct for the French, and he doubts,
The law, however, allows the Commissionersof quarters," and sent abroad simultaneously, in moreover, that the genius of the French nation can to the in
the Alms House to decide at what price they areq ever accommoda e itself to the means of conquest this Coll
willing to take the risk, and may fix any sum not French as well as English, because that lan. (treaties and purchase) which are used in the when, a
exceeding ten dollars. It is not within my recol- guage would give the document a sort of ubiquity United States. The National concludes by pro-
lection that ten dollar has ever been demanded, on this continent nouncing Mr. Van Buren's Message to be inferiorsin, the
except in a case where the passengers sought to be the production of the same kind, of his prd auverc
introduced were notoriously incapacitated from The London journalists deem it necessary to the productiongphaps of th e same kinds of the weak-
cessors, 11owing,, perhaps, to a sense of the weak-
supporting themselves, and in this instance the publish them in extenso, or with as little abbrevia- ness ant injustice of the American Government in J. TI
commutation was not paid, but the passengers tion as possible ; and those of Paris will not take the affair of Canada."
were re-shipped. The amount received under this i
head should properly be placed to the credit of the the trouble to supply a proper abstract. Hence, The Temps is a semi.anti.Ministerial paper, r
Alms H-louse, and serve as an off et to the expenses they are read by fewer persons, or with more haste supposed to be under the influence of Mr. Speaker II. S
of that eastablishment. By referring to the account and less profit. Mr. Van Buren's second huge Dun.follow Its notice of: the Message is, alone, a In
it will be seen that the amount received in 1837, work is curtailed and divided in the Journal des We give, on another page, the principal pas. ]
was nearly double that of any previous yrar, and
this go.s fir to account for the increasing expenses Debate, of the 25th instant, yet, filling a whole sages of tue discouse pronounced by President 2-. In t
Van Buresa at the opening of the session of the I
of the Aims House, for it must be borne in mind pige, it has received more glances than conning Aneican Congress. This document is tame, and 3. In
that ship owners do not py the commutation tax and meditations. Several of the Paris papers have offers but little interest. Its protestations relative (
for that class o~passengers wh.a arc likely to take
care of themselves, but give the usual bond of in- furamished ouly such of its heads as they supposed to the neutrality which the United States are to 4. In
demnity, which is in force but two years. ta be of general interest, or they could turn to ac- maintain in the Canada question are not enough 5. In
CHARSS O ARVAIL OFTAXE (N sszL- cuntfor artypuroses Moto conceal the secret longing, always cherished by G.I
CHARAeS ON ARRcARs OF TAxE s Nh Assds- count for party purposes. Most of them have ab- the Government and people of the great Republic, 7. ll
MENT-.-The charges under this head is t"e stained from particular comment, having, I pro. to incorporate the English Provinces wi:h the I
amount expended for satibnary, advertising, at d uerc
another expenses incident to the collection, arid is al sume, recoiled from the mighty mass, or being en. Union. The purchase of the Floridas and Louisi. 9. In
refunded by the delinquents, grossed by the magnitude and urgency of the pro. ana, and the intrigues of which Texas has been V. In
DOed Ny t. e in t Arosossendomsi poiiythe object, are yet fresh in the memory of all the 12. l n
DOCKS AND SLIPS ANE CLEANING DOCKS AND sent domestic politics. wo. Doubtless, it is natural that the Govern- 1 3.
S~rs-Ths Isan mpotantaccunt shoingtheworld. Doubtless, it is natural that the Govern- 13. 1In
SLaus.-This is an important account, showing the It may be wed to report for you a portion of the ment of Washington should covet an exclusive
amount paid for repairing and rebuilding the remarks of the French press, and I will btgin with sway over the whole continent of North America ; 14. In
wharves belonging to the city, and also the ex-
pense of building new ones, and clearing the xuL- those of the Journal des Debats, the At, st in influ- but, it is also natural that England should contend
lie slips of mud. ence and circulation. This papcrgives more than for her Colonies, and we may add, that she is bet- 15. i,
lie ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e slp fm-. neadcruain i aeie oet abn to do o wit sces than wer Frnc 16. I
Should the necessities for wharf accommodation a column, written by M. Chevalier, who has at- ter abie to do so t'epch success, they parted with two 176. In
increase as heretofore, this item of expenditure ,witnb and Spain at th~espoch when they parted with two 17. InJ
increasnnot be ls heretofore, ned notwiths item handing. expenditure qired the highest authority onr American eut- magnificent possessions which they could not IS' [n
cannot be lessened notwithstanding. Pm.PeietVnBrni omne ur
Nzw WjRARv belonging to the city have been jCcts. Prino, President Van Buren is commended guard."
built in Ihe last three years which have cost about for his explosion of the Canadian question, and it 1'nisthe Courriera thFranaiS empis more positively dianti -
Two HUNDRED THOUSAxD DOLLARS, besides many is allowed that his professions of strict neurali.y, having been in England and acquired a smattering
that have been built by individuals and on private must be"inceie. The presence of the American of English, deems himself specially qualfitd tu II. S
property, troops on the frontiers, and the attitude wh ch explain and judge American institutions and poll- 1. If.
The receipts under the head of Docks and Slipsthey have taken, shew that Mr. Van Buren has a tics. 2. In
arise from building bulk heads, which are partly hHe e writes thus-" The Message submitted by 3. In
owned by individuals; and occasionally it happens muci stronger .sense of his duties towards neigl the President of the United States to the National
that a wharf is obliged to be built, partly owned by boring governments, than his predecessor and Congress, is less an exposition than apology of 4. In
individuals: in which case the Street Commission- friend, General Jickson, when the scandalous it- the acts of the Administration. The party which 5. In
er makes the contract, and the money passing vasion of Texas took place." The critic laments Mr. Van Buren represents has not obaindincthe 6e. In
through his hands, necessarily becomes a part of elections all thesuccess which he anticipated. The 7. In
this account. that the power of our General] Government falls to financial crisis of 1837, induced or determined by 8. In
The expense of cleaning slips not public is borne far short of its good will, in regard to practical the war which the Federal Government waged 9. 11
by the adjacent property, and is collected by an neutrality. He notices how slight a mention is against the banks, occasioned disasters that re-act- 10. In
assessment, which brings it into this account, al- made of the French blockade of the Mexican ports; d pon the NtionaA Treasury. A deficit succeed- 11. In
though the public have no pecuniary interest in i ed t0 an excess of revenue; disturbances have fol-
the matter- with the suggestioa that the true cause of the suL- lowed in some eites, which make it doubtful 12. In
The rents received for the wharves is about sixty listing differences between Mexico and the United whether lie relaxation of the Federal bond has 13. In
thousand dollars per annum, and is included in States is "the assistance which was publicly been beneficial for Crmim ie so different in on-
theierl Account of Rentms. given by the Federal authorities to adven- gin aned disked over so v Staureofoutr eo -
[CHARITIES--This account comprises the Annual turers who had undertaken the conquest of Texas, pNertls, Mna. Va Bureeni's ce' nfdene has ex"
Donations which have for a ..,.. time andn ex n^ ended" whil^Ejz3UUn.a e'^-- '.&.-ae. .. 4;;^ I. ^ ^ 1 ...
w'i~tfctC'd ......pnufze#i,Utr/itI-qPartmeflrtfi done, merely to obtain redress :^d security for impress of the sa ie passions. Mr. Van Buren is 17.
Fund, and to sotne of the Benevelent Societies, Frenchmen whom the Mexicans despoilecd. He as tenacious as isas General Jackson, in his sti do
which are conducted by Female.. It has been thinks that the Russians and the Americans possess with the Bank of the United Staes. The eorn-
en questioned by some whether the Common Council territory enough to satisfy thair ambition of do- mercial nations o Europe, which have all suffered ].
tat have the power to make donations in charity, ex- man, without a quarrel concerning the privilege of more or less fror t the financial bankruptcy of the I]
Ie- cept through the Commissioners of the Alms supplying "some miserable tribes of savages Uiited States, a~nd have not yet fully recovered I.
in- House ; and, if the power is possessed, the expe- with arms, ammunition nnd spirituous liquors." from ihe heavy shock, will not readily subscribe to 2.
ess dieney is doubted by mant. members of the Coin- In treating the pass iges of the Message which the merit which Mr. Van Buren takes to himself 3.
a;n mon Council; but the practice has so long obtained, relate to the Bank and currency, M. Chevalier fur his views arbd management of the currency 4
i' :hat it is hardly possible to change it. animadverts severely on the financial and rnone- ubjec'. It argu s a siranga ignorance of the ex 4.
de- My next will treat of CENTRE MARKET. ELEC- tary systems of General Jackson and Mr. Van tremely delicate inec.hanism ot credit, to suppose, 6.
Ias o, EBROuS ANB DELINQUENM0IEs, FIRE jDIrPAT- Buron. He designates the destruction of the Na- that it was in! the power of the government to 7.
nat MXZE AND INTBsTATE ESTATE. tional Ba,.k as an "ect of brutal ignorance and divert or abruptly counteract its t,.rdeney without g.
blind hatred," and the source of all the commercial bringing on a terrible perturbation."
LATE FROM ENGLAND.-Thu packet ship Mon- and Treasury disasters. He refers to the def.Ica- The Courrier Fraucais will not admit Mr. Van a

ut treal, Captain Griffing, which arrived yei erday, tion of Swartwout, (so emphatically stated in the Buren's vindication of the conduct of the Armenri- 10.
or- brought London papers of the 3d and Portsmouth Message,) as operative, in its obvious application, can-Government towards the Indiant. It remarks 1I.
eim against the Sub-Treasury scheme, that panacea that other u w,,is 3 constant war between them und 12.
ofthe4th ult. The intelligence from London is ot the Democratic. party." You may recollect that the whites when the French possessed Louisiana. 13.
twenty-four hours later than before receivaid. Chevalier, in his '"Lettears on the United States," "The difference in the state of thing.," it oh- 14.
LONDON, Saturday evening, March 2. dwelt often upon the struggle between President serves, "is to be explained by the difference of 15.
tot We perceive by the accounts from Paris, that Jackson and the National Bank, and vehemently system. The Fiench labored in good la!th to as- 16.
No some of the great railway companies there will be condemned the whole war upon thit institution, smi;late the Indians to themselves. The Ameri- 17.
Sof probably dissolved, and the projects abandoned ; Two long paragraphs arc allotted to the repre- cans have no idea of the fusion of the two aces.-
but at all events they must obtain a revision of the sensations and views of the Message on the In They cannot live in contact. The extermination 1is.
Slaws, with less onerous restrictions, before they can dian question. The General Government is a(- or expu'sion of the weaker is therceore the only
ln- expect to prosecute the undertakings with .;iy pro- quitted of "positive if humanity to the ancient alternative. Meanwhile, and in order to cbnsumni- 19.
ay. bability of" success. The price of shares in the masters of America," and allowed the claim of mate the work, Mr. Van Buren proposes'an aug- 20.
ita- line from Paris toOrleans, on which the worksare having expended an immense sum in purchasing mentation of the Federal army and the catting out 21.
tree actually in p ogress, continues to fall gradually, the Indian lands ; but, then, "the Indians never of the militia. If the United States, instead of
The FPieign Exchangesyesterdayshaow-id sytnp. gave a free assent to the treaties; in accepting bordering on deserts, were contiguous to civilized 22.
toms of decline, as there was more money than them, they yielded to constraint and force." Mere. nations, the American people would soon be at
bills on most places. Bills at three months date on over, "though the Federal Government never or- war with all the % Gorid. It is known that the rising 23.
hth Pars were sold at 25,45 to 50; on Amsterdam at dered or practised the violence of which the In- in Canada was, in great.ineasure, provoked or
ard 12,2 1-2 to 2 3.4; and on Hamburg, 13,9 1-4 to dian race has been the victim, yet it has never had effected by American citizens. On this sub-
rd 9 1-2. the power to cause the rights of the Indians to be jec, Mr. Van Buren betrays an absolute I.
rids The Stock Exchange is. rather animated this respected by the people of the States." The case perplexity between the sympathies of pub- II
illy morning, as a good deal of speculation in Spanish of the Cherokees is cited as a flagrant exmple of lic opinion in favor of the tnsuigtnts and the 1.
Bonds has sprung up, in consequence of the ex- State cupidity and Federal impotence. "The duties of his station. He tries to get over ikthe errn-
traordinary proceedings in the Carlist camp, which Americans," continues M. Chevalier, "are a great barrassment by a homily addressed to tho homor of 2.
it is hoped will end in a general dispersictn of the nation; for half a century they have made incre- the nation ; and it deserves to be particularly re- 3.
of rebel forces. All other stock? are looking up. dible advances, and their futurity seems likely to mnarkid that, while he disapproves of attempts hat
M. Two o'clock, be still more brilliant, though not exempt from m'ght involve the United States in a war with 4
Consols, after being at 93 1-2, buyers, for Ac- storms; yet, all generous spirits -must hold them Great B, itain, he half reveals war as possible, and
n count, have declined to 93 1-8, and 92 7-8 for mo- to be wanting in one merit-they have not known seems tn claim for the executive power only the .
rhe ney. Exchequer Bills are It. lower tnan yis-sterday. how to eivilize the Red race; they have destroyed right of selecting the opportunity. For the rest, g6.
p. Spanish Bonds are wild; they Ainve advanced to 20 it wherever they have come into contact with it. after having tolerated, perhaps even eacouiaged, 7.
ar- 3-4 from the cause mentioned abave. They have been obliged to assume that the Red (he invasion of Texas, the President can haidy .
]t The Inconstant frigate arrived at Plymouth from and White races could not live upon the same expect to find the Americans docile to the proe!a
at Halifax on the 28th Feb., in ays. She carried soil. At this day, in 1838. and in solemn Mes- mations which enjoin them to respect-the frontiers .
th) out the rumour that it was sa intention of the sages, they repeat their muxim, although the his- of Canada. Both expeditions prove abundantly 10
Yin United States Governmient to take possession ofthe story of the Spaniards in the New World and the that the central power of the United States has
y a disputed territory, that this report was strengthenedpresent example of South America attest the con- not te tnens to make the confederated States '
by the assembling of the Senate of Maine in secret. trary." It strikes me that M. Chevalier must be obey even when it speaks on the part of the na- 1st
STo counteract this movement Britisih troops were deemed unfortunate in this reference, when the tion; e nd that the Constitution, under shelter of
dieT to be forwardedrup the Bay of Fundy to New true history of the Spaniards and -he actual con- which this g, eat country has grown and prospered I.
Brunswick, and for this purpose the Rattlesnake, edition of South America are considered, and con- so immensely, needs to be fortifid in consequence 2.
icb then at Halifax, was to remain until the staff trased with those of the North Americans. I dif- of the extension of the Union."3.
ic the t ai for with him on some other points, but I intended The Journal de Paris belongs to the Coalition 4.
ing the 67th arrived from the West IndiesT, which simply to report the substance of what the Journal against the Ministry, and employs some of the 5
regiment was to be conveyed to t Johns.- des Debets has said of the Message. ablest pens of the Chatmb.r. The inscription on
ans lExpress.] The Jouraul du Peuple extols the Message gen- its fhg is, Let the King reign, but not govern. It
I he expense of the British Naval service for rally ; it exhibits the war on the Banks as just warmly commends the Metssgc, in contrast with
1839-40 is esimated at 5,197,5111. Fer 1838-9 it and salutary ; but censures our social institutions the recent speech of Louis Philippe, on the point
oth was 4,811,9901. An usually larke number of asaristocratic, and Mr. Van Buren'ado~trinssand of full and frank statement and discussion of all now
use vessels are to be put in commission; and will be measures in regard to the Canadian revolt as itlib- national concerns. This cord has been sounded by the
Fof plaed.o the most efficient foo ting. eraland anti-Republican.. nearly all the Liberal printsof Paris, and with par- ram

p arty in the legislative assemblies. Here,
,t hough locally aloof, enjoys no real im-
Under one designation or other, univer-
orehendid, he, too, is made a target by all
content writers and orators. With regard
itical Louis Philippe, the Laws of Sop-
ave proved virtually abortive. They are
iy evaded, and so oft-n daringly violated,
deor the due execution of them impracti-
'eek, the address reported to the Chamnber
induced an animated, vigorous debate of
a, during which Count Mo.6, President of
iet, was cc.npelhid to explain and defend
e foreign policy of the Govem nment, against
f the most influential and skilful debates
ody, such as the Duke de Broglie, Cousin,
,. On Sunday last, he appeared before
nittee of the Deputies on the Address, and
d the same task at the riqui-tiion of the
of his implacable political enemies and
depts in captious and searching tactics.
)ory, in the Chamber of Peers, in argument
e, was complete. If pending negociations
ce disclosed, here or to the Britisi Parlia-
after the termination of negotiations, the
vato and confidential communications di-
as they have too often been by our Presi-
Congress, all further written, orfrank oral
ic communication and adjustment must be
ed in Euiope. 0
]oiaimittee of the Deputies on the Address
pointed an inferior member to prepare the
STheir offspring will not be submitted to
ntber until to-morrow, or some later p riod
eek, and the discussion of it will not b.'gin
ian the next. The Ministerial cause has
strength, the result of the contest .remains
oubtful, but I think that Count Mole will
by a small mijority-enough, with the al-
aniinums support of the Chamber of Peers's,
ant the retention of office.
IBIA CoLLIGE.-The exhibition in Decla-
and delivery of Testimonials, subsequent
termediate examination of the Students of
ego, took place yesterday in the Chapel,
after the exercises appropriate to the occa-
STestimonials awarded in each class were
d by the President as follows, viz:
Senior Class.

prom theAlba.ny Evening JournolJ thorn. 'the sctits charged 6en, and soo. eame l
LEGISLATURE. sight of two Indians, who were quietly seated up.
Monday, April 1. on a fence, and who beckoned the whites in a
IN SENATE. friendly manner to approach, which the latter did
it &fearlessly, and upon nearing the fence,.were fired
y :portlsu&c.: p on by a large party of Indians who were conceal-
By Mr. Hull-unfavorably upon the petition of ed in the hammock, supposed to number from 60
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, of theto 1 0.
city!'of New York for legislative aid. Report Two of Capt. IR. company were killed on the
ag eed to. spoe, and two badly wounded. '"ew ead Indian
Bill read a third time and passed was afterwards found on the ground.
To incorporate the Emmet fire insurance corn- Captain Roweli anrid his men are said to have
pany in the city of New York. fought bravely; but had mt sufficient force to con-
.N'ewo York and Erie Railroad. ote successfully with the foe.
The committee of the whole, Mr. F. A. Livings- td successfully with the oe.
ton in the chair, rtsumred the consideration of the MAINE AFFAIRS.-A letter in the Boston Cou-
bill to provide for the consti bctionr of the New York rier dA.ted Banger, March 27:h, gives a solution cf
and Erie railroad by the State.
The question bei;g on MrY. Wager's motion to the present State of affairs on the Frontier in
strike out the latter clause of the amendment of these terms:
Mr. Vcrplanck which directs the commissioners The knowing ones at Augusta have probably
to lay out such appropriation as might be made, received intimations from Washington, that Maine
in constructing the road west of the Susquehannah must submit to a conventional line. That the g,.n.
river, eral government will sustain her only on these coa-
The question was taken on the motion to strike ditions. That the dispute is too trifing to involve
out, and lost, 12 to 15. the two nations in war, and that Maine must con-
Mr. Wager then proposed to amend the amend sent to receive an ample consideration for this potr..
meat to the 8th section, by inserting the word tion of her territory.
"profiles" after the word "plans." Agreed to.
Mr. Wager also moved an amendment, require. SpCwzL MINISTxi.-The Boston Atlas of yes-
ing a detailed estimate ot the expense of consLuct- terday states, that rumors were rife in that city
ing the road, and of its probable revenues, distin- Sc r t
gushing between different routes, if any, and of that the appointment of Special Minister to Great
the annual expenses of running the road, and of Britain has been offered to Governor Everett, and
keeping it in repair-such estimate to Le extend- that his recent confidential message had reference
ed to the results for ten years after its construe- t this subject.




eo. Testimonial to the Student of the beat
general standing in his class, to Arthur Ca. wh
rwy, Jr.
Special Testimonials-
Constitutional Jurisprudence, to James W. I
Fowler. bu
he Evidences of Natural and Revealed Reli for
gion, to George C. Anthon. no
he hi.stry uf PhOosopny, to George I.
Eng ish Composition, to Charles Ingersol'. joe
Greek, to Charles Ingersoll. th
Litin, to George I. Cornell. or
rnilulogy, to James W. Fowler.
Greek Composition, to George C. Anthon. an
LAtin Composition, to CharlesE. Anihon. ri
Grek Litcrature,toJoseph R. Mann.
Arcnhaelogy, to George C. Anthon.
Theoretic Mechanics, to Joseph R. Mann.
Practical Mechanics, to Edwaid S. Ret-
wick. of
the Dfferential Calculus, to James W. ter
Fowler. of
the Integral Calculus, to Charles Ingersoll.
Physical Astronomy, to Joseph R. Mann.
Notes and Illustrations, to Gao. J. Correll. th
Declamnation, to Henry D. Ganse.
Junior Class. T
be Gaierol Testimonial, to William C.
Special Testimonials- th
English Composition, to Charles Bancroft.b
the Belles Lettres, to William Nicoll. o
No:es and Illustrations, to Joseph W. Wi- th
nans. p
Greek, to Lydig M Hoyt.
Latin, to Jetmes G. Graham. th
Roman Literature, to Lydig M. Hoyt. fo
Greek Composition, to Samuel Bowden, cl
Latin Composition, to Samuel Bowden. se
Dramatic Antiquiities, to Ellis Potter, Jun. oi
Philology, to Worthington Romaine. tt
ChemisLry applied to the Aits, to George
L. Wolf. t
Mineralogy, to Jos ph W. Winans. te
Notes and Illustrations of the same, to m
Thaddeus H. Lane.
-,, Tl'heory, to James G. Graham. th
i y Theory, to Samuel Bowden. tr
i;cal Calculations, to George L. o
W Ul*.
In Declamation, to Alorzo C. Monson.
Sophomore Class.
Th G general 'Testimonial, to Oliver W. Gibbs.
1. Special Testimonials-
In Modern History, to Jameb Emott, Jun.
In Enghsh Composition, to Robt. Le Roy, Jun.
In Noca and Illustrations, to Geo. W. Collard.
In Greek, to Wm. L. Smith.
In Latin, to Augu'tus L. Smith.
In Ancient Geography, to John H. Parish.
In Arcld flogy, to Jarnes Emott, Jun.
In Gretk Composition, to Herman T. E. Fos-
In L. atin Composition, to Hermftn T.E. Foster.
In Philology, to Thomas S. Grifloig.
In Electricity, to John H. Parish.
In Chr misery, to William L, Smith.
In Galvansmn, to Juhn 1. Townsend.
In Heat, to AugustusL. Smith.
In Plane Trigonometry, to Thos. S. Griffling.
In Spherics, to James Earnott, Jr.
In the Meaeurcmcnt of Heights and Distances,
to Win. L. Peck.
In Trigonomclrtcal Calculations, to Joseph E.
In Navigation, to John I. Townsend.
in Surveying, to Geo. W. Collard.
In the Use and Practic, of L)garithcns, to
Israel Moses.
In Notes of the Mathematical Course, to Wm.
L Smith.
In Declamnation, to James Emott, Jr.
Freshman Class.
The General Testimonial, to Abram Hewitt.
[. Special Testimonials-
In English Composition, to A. Judson Hun-
In Practical Calculations, to Oliver E. Roberts.
In the Th1ory of Algebra, to Julius S. Hitch-
In the Solution of Problems, to David Thom-
son, Jurr.
In Greek, to A. Judson Huntington.
In Litin, to David Thomson, Junr.
In Antiquities, to Hector C. Ames.
In Ancient Geography, to Francis W.
In Latin Composition, to 0 iver E. Roberts.
In Declamation, to William H. Ebbelts.
di Class of the Literary and Scientific Course.
In Drawing, to Thaddeus H. Lane.
3d Class of ditto.
In Chemical Manipulation, to James L. White.
In Chemical Analysia, to William F. Bucknor.
In Drawing, to Jaets L. White.
In F'ench Translation, to James L. White.
In French Composition, io Wm. F. Bucknor.
[Fer te ,New York 4merican.I
r open, and it may confidently be pronounced
most interesting and beautiful sppecim. n of Pano
in Pa tin ini, rh,,i htai .>.. k ..... ...... .-

Adopted, 16 to 9.
The question was then taken on striking out the tira
rinal 81h section. Cerried. doa
Fhe question then being on inserting Mr. Ver- ve
neck's amendment as amended- it]
The question was taken on the adoption of the ori
endrin;, and it was Pgreed to, 16 to 9.
i'he 9,h section was then agreed to. sul
The question then being about to be taken on of
teeing to the bill as amended, fin
Mr. Hull called attention to the feet that thefi
nks in the 7th section, providing for railroad ris,
nmissiovers, had not been filled. i
Mr. Dickinson moved the name of Ebenezer e
ack t- fill the first blank. thl
Mr. Fux named Alonzo Hawley for the second. ca
Here rruch conversation was had as to the pio- thi
ety of taking persons on the line of the road- un
hen to
Mr. Wager nominated John McLean. 111
Mr Verplanck named Rufus King, of Albany. th
Mr. Powers named Gideon Hawley, of Albany, tw
t subsequently withdrew the name, on being in-
med that he was Secretary of the Utica &Sche- Ti
ctady Road Company. w,
Mr. Skinner named William Campbell. th
[To all these names, we would here add, that ob- ev
etions were raised, on account of their locality, or m
Feeling which they were likely to entertain for pc
against the road.l a ar
Mr. Sterling said he was not prepared to vote on
y of the names, and moved that the committee od
e and report. Agreed to. A
Adjourned. ur
Ix Ass.MBLY. A
Petitions, &c.:
In relation to the collection of taxes in the city
New York; b, Mr. Scoles, to amend the char- m
r of the Atlas Marine Insurance Co. of the city qt
New York. V
Northeastern Boundary. cc
The following communication was received from
e President of the United States : o
WAs8lIOTox, March 29, 1839.
o the House of Assembly of the State of New vi
York: 2
It affords me great satisfaction to acknowledge d,
e receipt of sundry resolutions of your honorable B
ody expressing its approbation of the course pur. m
led by the Federal Executive, and of the action t
f Congress, in relation to the controversy between
.e State of Maine and Her Britannic Majesty's r
province of New Brunswick; announcing, also, 01
he determination of your State to second the ef-
orts of the General Government in preserving pa-
fic relations with Great Britain, and to hold he:-
elf in readiness, if necessary, to aid in resisting
icroachments upon the territory of any portion of w
te Union.
For the expression of those sentiments, and for s
he entire unanimity with which it was made, I d
ender my respectful and grateful acknowledge. c
The Assembly of New York may rest assured P
hat to effect an amicable adjustment of the con-
roversy in question no efforts on my part will be
mitted, that are consistent with reason and jus.
!-_ -1 _. _, __ ..- 1 -1 --1 __ __ -_ t
t -,.i ,a wit I ;na saa-vL t Pt a ie charac'e
or the country, which, being paramount to all other
considerations, can never be disregarded. Should
these efforts prove unsuccessful, a result I cannot
allow myself to expect, the Federal Government
will rely with confidence on the proffered co-opera-
tion of your great State : a confidence alike justi-
fied by the proceedings which have been commu-
nicated to me in your behalf, and by the known
fidelity of the citizens of New York to the honor
and interests of our common country.
With great respect, your obedient servant,
Mr. McEIrath introduced a bill to aid in the con-
struction of several railroads in the State of New

York. [Grants aid as follows :-To
Auburn and Rochester Railroad,
New York and Albany "
Washington and Saratoga "
Long Island, "
New York and Harlem, "-
Attica and Buffalo ,
Hudson and Berkshire "
Mohawk and Hudson ,
Troy and Schenectady ,'
Canajoharie and Catskill "
Oaswego and Utica


The bill also provides that each and every com-
pany shall make provision for the punctual re-
demption of the stock issued to them, and for the
punctual payment of the interest which shall ac-
crue thereon in such manner as shall txonerate the
treasury of this State from any advances of money
for that purpose. To effect thfiis, the income of the
road is pledged, &c. &e.
The bill provides that whenever either of the
above named companiesshall sat;s'y the Comptrol-
ler that it has expended $100,000, then special
certificates of stock shall be issued by the Comp.
troller and delivered to the company, to the amount
of 8100,000, bearing an interest of 5 per cent.,
payable quarterly by the company. And that
whenever $50,000 more have been expended by
the company, then $50,000 more of stock shall be
issued by thu Comptrolier; arnd so o., u iti the
amount loaned shall be absorbed.
[From the Xew York Gazette.j
Board of A*&istants.
Monday, April 1.
Petitions: Of P. Kelly, for runmuineration for
work done under the directions of theSuperintend-
ent of Roads; of the New York Society Library,
for relief from assessment; of J. Hopkins, for re-
muneration for injuries sustained frorri being stab-
bed while in the performance of his duties as a
watchman; of E. S. Phillips, for reduction of
tax ; of sundry inhabitants of MIarlem, to have the
4th Avenue graded at its termination at Harlem
Report of the Committee on Wharves, in favor
of renewing the lease of the pier at the foot of
Marketfield street, to the B-ston and Ne~w York
Transportation Company, at the yearly rent of
$4500. Adopted.
Communication from the Superintendotit of
Eldeer v lU n Pofarh ga- in ra tfir o f' ^a.'kin lA.I tt.... I.nIAS

NoRTHEASTERN BOUXDARY.-The following ex-
ct from the Eclectic Review, published in Lon-
February 1st, 1839, shows that there is no ant-
sally established opinion in England in favor
er of the validity of the British clain, or of the
t value of the territory claimed :
The Northeastern Boundary line has been a
ject of national controversy ever since the treaty
Ghent, in 1814. From the period of the de-
tive treaty of peace, in the year 1783, thirty
rs before, a question on that topic had never
n. Nor would any disputed a claim have appear-
to this day, had it not been ascertained, during
war of 1512 to 1815, that no land communi-
ion between Quebec and Halifax existed, except
tough the northern pait of the State of Maine,
es by a route so circuitous that it is equivalent
i non-intercourse. A claim therefore, was corn-m.
need, for all that portion of the country which
s termed a barrier to a nearly direct route be-
een Canada and New Brunswick.
'Two facts in this connexion are remarkable.
e whole contested territory at present is not
rth a good farm near London or Boston, and
Treaty which defines tihe boundary is just as
dent as water flowing in its natural course. A
re easily decided question can scarcely be pro-
sed, because the current of water is both visible
d tangible."
Now it is therefore cheering that the British peri-
icals coalesce with the judgment and feelings of
nerican citizens on this topic, and strenuously
ge the maintenance of concord.--[Boston Daily
FIRES ON THE FRONTIER.-The base crime of
night arson is becoming more and more fre-
ent on the Northern Frohtier of this State.-
ithin a few days the papersof the border towns
nt.in numerous accounts of this fiendlike mode
A letter in the Montreal Herald, dated Clarence-
le, March 25th, states that on the night of the
th ult. an armed party fiom the United States
ova down the river on the ice, until opposite tht
itish piquet at Beach Ridge, (the scene of for-
er burnings,) and commenced firing small arms on
s ,uard. The brigands subsequently, it is stated,
ed a wooden cannon in the same in thi same di-
;coon, which burst, and it was believed killed one
them and wounded two or three.others, upon
which they retreated to Alburg Springs, one mile
aJ a halt within the line.
I From the St. Jlbans .Messenger, March 28.]
FPI"ts ON THE FRONTIra.-Fur the last two
ekv there have been one or more fires almost
ery night. Apparently they are alternately each
de of the line. Retaliation appeals to be the or-
r of the-night.. We arc not able to state the
:tent of the burning, but presume that quite a
amber ol buildings have been burned, the greater
art of them barns, and the most of them situated
Champlain and Odletown. I1 the latter-place,
e are informed, that a large house was burned on, '2
riday night last, -end the Fiday night previou -
'o barns b hlon .irg -10 ci',., IT 1 ,, ;^.*.. .
,- -- '<"* t-A "l ione9
or two bains in AiGurgh were destroyed.
[From the Burlington Sentinel, March 29.]
FRoM T il Fe NTIMR,.-The following is an tx-
tract from a private letter, dated
ALBURGH, March 22, 1839.
The excitement at Rouse's Point is very great,
in cons- quence @' the burnings which have been
kept up for nearly two weeks. Quite a num-
ber of the families ore moving out of the place, or
ra her, the female part of them. You cln form
little idea of tt:e alarm and confusion which pre-
vail there as soon as night falls. Every man in the
place is on duty, and fi:lt mounted dragoons are
stationed on the li-es ; yet with iall this peeaution,
they have fi,'es all around them. Several fires have
occurred, within sight of the guard and while they
were extinguishing one, another has broken out in
another direc' ion."
LATER STILL -By a letter from Albuirgh, dated
Monday last, on which implicit ielianrcf may be
placed, we learn that th1 barns belonging to Mr.
Cvey, an enterprising farmer, in AlLurgh, were
burneJ I by a gang of "loyal volunteers" on the
Saturday n:ht previous. Six or eight head of cat-
tle, two horses, and about ten tons of huy were
also destroyed. Our correspondent adds, that
scarcely a night has passed for three weeks with-
out the heavens being illuminated -by the light
from some incendiary lire in that vicinity.
MR. 'CCMBz'S LEcTuREs.-We notice with
much pleasure, that Mr. GeorgeCombe is about to
deliver a Course of Lectures on Phrenology, at
the Stuyvesant Institute. The particulars of the
Course will be announced in a few doys.
We learn from good authority, that the Co.n-
mercial Railroad Bank at Vickiburg, and the Lake
Washington and Deer Creek Bank at Princeton,
Miss., have suspended specie payments.--[Newy
Oloans Corn. Bulletin.J -
CORONER'S OFFIcE.--Melancholy Deet/A.-The
Coroner yesterday held an inquest at 118 Mort
street, on the body of Francis Campbell, aged 3
years, who came to his death in the following ex-
traordinary manner: The little fellow had got upon
the front of a cooking stove, on which stood a tea-
kettle fu.J of boiling water, and applying his mouth
to the sptoat, lie inhaled such a quantity of the
scalding steam, as cn.used his death in a few hours.

althougn every imaginable remedy was applied to
suve him. Verdictaccordingly.-[Courier and
FIRE AT NomroLK.-A letter to Mr. Coffee, da-
d Beacon Office Neaws Room, March 29-4 P.
M., says: "A fire broke out this morning, (com-
nunicated, it is said, by a spark from the tenem-
boit) in one of the old buildings on Newton.
whaif, a few seeps from where the last file Was.-
Three houses were on fire at the same time, but
notwithstanding they were wooden, the fire was
extinguished, witn but trifling damage.
FIRES IN PHILADELPHIA.-- On Sa,,,.r... --.n

Reported by S. J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stockgand Exchange
Broker, 22 Wall street, and 130 Broadway.
80 share U States Bank............... 1131
100 do do .............. 1131- 60
30 do do.............. 113-c
:O Butehers and Drovers Bank ..... 19
160 Delaware and Hudson......... 73-c
60 do do .............. 73t,-s 3
50 do do.............. 731-30 ds
2a do do .............. 73
-0 do do.............. 74 -sth w
60 do do ............. 74 -b 3 ds
100 Bankof Commerce............... 12 -b b0 da
19 do du ............. ltfl*-c
3L do o.............. 101t
50 do do............... -60 ds
!6 Ohio Life and Trust.............. 100 -- 3 ds
5! do do, ............101 -b 0 eis
50 Kentucky Bank.., .............. 84
30- do do .............. 84 c
10 "do do.............. S4 -c
60 Vicksburgh Bank ..........58..'Sj
100 do do.............. 58
25 do do ............. 68-.s nw
5 New York Fire Insurance....... 97
25 Mohawk,................ .. 62-7s
10 do do .............. 62-c
26 do do.............. 62
ft do do .............. 6 .- 10
15 do do.............. 62j
WS Patersn Railroal ............... 63 -b 15
25 do do............. 62j-c
150 Harlem Railroad................ 54 -c
225 do Jo.............541-c
50 do do ........ 54--s Os
45 '- Boston andProvidence ........104 -s 3
100 New Jersey Railroad............ 190 -bS0
100 do do.............. 99|-c
20 Stonlngton Railroad .............. 3Pj
10 do do.............0..
10 iCanton Company.............. 401 -nw
36 Io do ............... 41 C-

Yesterday morning, after a short and severe ill.
nose, Thornton A. Bull, aged 19 years, eldest son
of Thomas Bull. The friends of the family are
invited to attend his funeral from the residence of
his father, No. 1 Carlisle street, at 5 o'clock this
afternoon, without further notice.
Yesterday mot ning,.1ugustus Vat Cort!andt, in
the 43J year of his age. The relatives and fritnids
of tho family are respectfully invited to attend his
funeral tomorrow at 1 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, Yoiikers, Westchester Co.

The City Inspector reports the death of 112 nersonadur.
Ir g the week ending on Saturday, Mai chi 30, viz.-29 men,
12women, 28 boys, and 33 eirls, viz:
Of the age of 1 year and under, 8 ;
Between I and2 years....14 Between 40 and 50 years. 10
Between 2 and ......... 13 Between 50 and 60....... 4
JBetween 5 and 10........ Between 60 and 70....... 4
tween 10 and20o....... 2 Between 70 and 80....... a
Between 20 and 30........ 10 Between S and 90...... 0
Between 30and40 ....... li Between 90 and 100..... U
Unknown 2.
Places of Nativity ofthe deceased : United States 85
Ireland 19; England2; Holland 1; British Pussessions in
North America-1; Afrclea 1; Sweden 1; Unknown 2.
From the AlmsHouse, Bellevue 10; Hospital at Belle-
vue, 4; Long Islhid 3; New Jersey 1; City Hospital 3;
Weetcnester Co. 3. Colored persons 9.
DIXAIrus.-Abseess 3; apoplexy 1; asphyai 1; bleeding
3, casualties 2; coneumptioun 22; convulsions 12; croup or
hives 3; diarrhea 2; dropoy 4; dropsy in the head 6;
Iropey in the chest 2; epilepsy 1; lever, scarlet 5; fiever,
typhoid 2; itImmation of brain 2; inflammation of bowels
2,iflamnmaion of chest 1; inflammation of lungs 13; in.
lammation of stomach I; lues veneria 1; mallormation 1;
marasmus 1; measles 5; old age 2; organic disease of the
heart 3; palsy 1; acrolula 1; spinal disease 1; -teething 2;
aakpwzr 3; ulceration ot intestines 1; worms 2.
HENRY G DUNNELL, City Inspector.
C0y Inspector's Office, March 30, 1.39.

In the packet ship Cambridge, for Liverpool-
Mr A Russell and lady, Miss Kearney, Mrs W E
Thompson and 2 daughters, Edw Sully and lady
and 3 children and servant, M ssrs U Hendricks
Levy, H -. Peck, J Simpson, T Simpson, Charles
Mowatt, L H Von Post, Henry Brooks, J S Al-
lent, W F Post, and Mrs Shei man, all ofN York ;
Rtv M. O'Niel, Messrs E Gurner, Jos Kershaw,
R Nesbit and Wm Rumrnsey, of Engl. nd; John
Woodcock, and Thos Dixon, of London; Stewart
Chrystie, of Londonderry; G D WVe;herell, Miss
Wetherell, and Mr Maywood, of Pniladelphia;
WMn Whitney, lady and servant, of B)ston ; Dr
Richards, of Pari3 Capt Dwyer, of Salem; S gis-
iond Schloss, of Jamiica; D Morz, of Bremen;
Robert Iotuwden, of Glasgow ; J T Hoffman, of
Baltimore; Fred ShawLer, of Rotterdam.
In the brig Apgenoria, from Miianz i--John
Babcook, ot Peividence.

gujtr meeting of this Coammittee will be held at Broad-
wa[ Homo This (Tuesday) Evening, April 2 at seven
o'clolk.-.,Aprll 2, 139.
Aa Wu.*tlxs, Secretaries ap2 it

"- ..B.etin held on theevningo t l

inslat, .J. AVQUSTINE SMITH, M. D., was elected
lint Ve Presiuent In place of John Torrey, Ml. D., rc-
ignl; .!and ABRAHAM HALSEY, Esq., 2d Vice Presi.
di dng, ln place of J. Augustine Smith, M. D., elected lit
Vies l Frtseident. sap2 3t

SThe concluding Lecture of the Course will be doe.
lvered by GEORGE FOLsOM, Esq., on Thursday
Eveahn, April 4th, commencing at half past seven
o'clock, at the Stuyvesant Institute.
h Subjest-The Life and Veyages of Americas Vespucius.

130 Two Lecturea on BRITISH and AMERICAN
SELOQUENCE, comprising Critiques on the most celebra.
I*a Orators in our language, from the lime of Chatham
and Burke to that of Clay and Webster, will be delivered
by Mr. W. Ii. SIMMONS' at the Stuyvesant Institute,
on Wednesday Evening, the 3d, anai on Monday Evening
t.es6k iinst. at 7J o'clock.
Tickets to each lecture half a dollar, for sale at the In-
pitute, at Francs's bookstore, and at the office of tihe
Astor House. apl St
13" The valuable Store and Lot, No. 125 Pearl street,
will be soldby JAMES BLEECKER & CO. on Thurs.
day, the llth inst. under the direction of S. Cowdrey,
master ip Chancery. The sale %111 be positive, and
Subject to a mortgage of $30,000, which It to remain as
a permanent loan on the property. ap2 2t is

Qf The GREAT WESTERN has still 18 bertha dis-
engaged fer the April trip. ap2
NEW YORK, March29, 1839
12- MR. G. FREDERICK GRIEB, Phil. Dr pro.
y osetooapen an Institution f1r the education of young
giutfeoinen In the vicinity of this city, upon the plan of the
)ult ATECHNIC.SC!iOOL, of Paris. 'Ihe number of
Itipl4 will beselecta d limited. The system of inctruc-
uun will be specially intended to secure a thorough tna6.
ite y of all the principal modern languages and ol the va-
rious branches of Exact anid Physical Sc ence. The study
o01 the Classics will be subordinate, and pursued mainly in
connezien with the abovo named departments of learning,
'wh-ch form the peculiar and capital features of the Institu-

SIt is believed ttat no existing literary establishment in
thls country proposes to itself a similar plan of operation,
and It is the intention of Mr. G. to offer to his pupils me
thdds and advantages of study, and means of improvement
ia the modern languages and in science, which have hith-
"ert'been presented only In the literary and scientific in,
*"tiutionsu of Europe. '.1 he terms will, thereftore, be some-
'wbat higher than they usually are in the Fchools of this
-country. The puptils will reside in the family of Mr, G.
and all the advantages of the system will be offered to
- each pupil Jr the sum of $500 annually. Should suffi
eiena encouragement be offered, the Institutuiou will be
o.ened early in autumn of t!ie present year.
Address Mr. G. GRIEB, either at tioe cf cee of thie New
York American, or at the Counting House vf Messrs. Bol.
ten, ikx k. Litingstnn. mb29 6t
V)b MR. BRISTOW-Let all bad writers look at his
advertlsm ant.
*U FOR SALE-The Dwelling House, No. 36 Bond
street, with the lot In the rear, on Great Jones street, now
occupied by the subscriber-being 27 feet in front on each
.WbeeI and 200 feet deep.-
Piseops wishing to view and purchase the pi reminises will

S3 C. C. MARSH, Accountant, continues to give
PLACTioALlessons in Book.-eepine at No. 72 Cedar street,
near Broadway. Prospectuses with terms may be had at
the Rooms mh6 Im
B1ei cker & Co. will sell on the several days and at the
under mentioned places, the Household Furnituire, com-
mencirig at 10 o'clock at each house.
Fur particulars see their, extra advertisements and the
auction column of geni al sales.
April 2d, the household furniture at No 149 Cherry et.
2d, do do ut No. 3? Pike st.
ad, do 'do ot No 471 Broadway.
4th, do do it No 725 Broadway.
4th, do do at No IlI Chrrry st.
5th, do do at No 123 Btliecker at.
5th, do do at-No. 10 Carroll place.
6th, Co do at I 428 Broome street.
8th, do do at N ). 78 Otrchiar' Street.
9ch, do do at 4. Sulliven street.
loth, do do at No. 673 Houstr.n st.
llth, do do at No 782 Broadway.
12th, do do at No: 2..Carroll place.
ISth, do do at No47 E. Broadway.
16th, do do at No31 Howard st.
17th, do do at No 49 Warren stl eet.
ISth, do do at 906 William st
19th, do do at No 22 Wasi'n square.
19th, do do at No 10 Carroll place.
24th, do do at Bleecker, cor. Grove.
26th, do do at 10th st, near 2d ave.
-- do do at No 20 Wash'n square
mhl6 is 12031
TION CO.-Thit Company having obain.ed a charter
from the Legislature, and the following persons named as
directors viz: Janmes Boorman. James De Peyster Og-
den, John H Hicks, Archibald Gracie, Elihu Townsend,
James Lee, James Rogers, Hemny Smith, Moses Taylor,
Hamilton Munay, Robert Schuyler anti Joseph Fowler.
Books will be opened for subscriptions to the capital stock
to the extent of Five Hundred ThousandI Dollars, in share
of $5')00 each, at the Amierican InsuranCe Company, No-
51 Wall street, on t'-e 2Ath instant, between the hours of
9 and 3, and will continue open for three days. Five per
cent of the amount subscribed is required by a cziuse in
the charter, to tbe paid at the time of s'ubscribing in specie
or current bank notes
JAMES D P OGDEN, Chalrman.],-
New York, March 14, 1S39.
Colias of the Charter may be had of either of the Corn
mi;tee m!h22 tf
M RS. M. S. GOVE wili give a cour-se of Private Lec.
lures to Ladies, on the ANATOMY AND PHYSI-
OLOGY OF WOMIAN, in the Lyceum Hall, 563 Broad-
way, near Prince street, on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday of each week. commencing with Monday, the 1st
of April, at4P 2M Terms of admission $3 forti.e course,
comprising 12 Lectures. Single lecture 50 cts. Tickets to
be hetd at the door of the Hall.
Large and valuable plates, for the illustration of the
Subjects comprised in the Lectures, will be exhibited .by
Mrs. Gove. mvh29 Iwis

'Fa A .-P- 2 IN*v ?? &
N U-. *; High Watertaisf morning, lOi 37im.

This Worning-Ship Arkansas, Dennis, for New Or.
leans, W. Nelson; schi s. John F. Crouch, Tomlin, Phi-
ladelphia; Virginia, Laturette. Petersourg, Va.
Last Keenixg-Ship Superb, (Br.) Hamilton, for Li.
verp- ol. Jdmes i.ee; brigs Citizen, Thing, Mobile, E. D.
Hurlbut & Co.; Cadmus, Hutchings, West Indies, Depey-
ster & Whitmarsh; Paul Jones, Whito, Marseilles, Bald-
win & Co : schooners Rochester, Wise, Philadelph'a;
Those H. Jenks, Hlyer, Turks Island, Brett &LVose;MMay
Caroline, Rickets, Plymouth, N C.; Harvest, Savage,
Charleston, John Elwell; Gazelle, Eldredge, Buckeporn;
Unior, Gillet, Alexandria and Georgetown, D.C.
Brig Angenoria, Gardrer, 10 days from Matanzas, with
sugar, to M. Taylor. Sailed in co. with brigs Cunuberla,,d,
for Boston; Franklin, f r do. Left, March 23d, brigs New
England, Read, for Providence, 1st inst; Hunter, Banney,
for Charloston, March 25; Barflue, Carpenter, for Provi.
dence, 28th; barques Elin, McManius,'f Ior New York, 24;
Thomas Genner, Koopman, forido, 28; schrs Mary, Chats,
for do, 25th; James Brown, Read, for Mobile, 24th. Passed
going in, brigs Jumper, and Casket.
S:eilian brig Ercole, Pete, 61 days from Palermo, with
winernd fruim, to Chamberlain, Broom & Co.
Schr William Roscoe, Mreker.,2 days from Boston, with
mola-ses. to Brigham & Hammnond.
Schr Edenton Packet, Gray, 6 days from Edenton, N C,
with cotton, &c. to H. NVaring & Son.
Schr Brilliant, Hawkins, 3 days fm Salem, with coffee,
to P. J. Farnrham.
Schr Joshua Brown, Williams, 17 days from Guayama,
P.R, with sugar, to T. Fitch; 127 hhds sugar, 40 tdo i io
lasses, 40 bases coffee, to T. Andrews. Lelt, ochr Grand
Island, for NYork, in 3 or 4 days. March 26th, lat. 33,
50, iong|72, 38, fell in wi'h the wrecK of schr JotiM Wil-
liame, Shoomaker. 3 days hence, for Franklin, Lou, which
vessel was capsized on 25thrMatch in a sale from north.
Capt. Williams tookfrom the wreck, Captain, mate, and
2 of the hands, one of the nen and a boy wlsdrowied.
Sloop Republic, Soule, 2 days from New Bedford, with
oil, tj the master.
Schr Regulator, Clawson, 3 days from Po tland, with
plaster, to master.
SAILED-Packet ship Baltimore, Fink, .for Havre;
Ansvn, for Charleston.
Packet ship Montreal, G iffing, fiom London and Ports-
mouth, March 4Th, With mdze, to John Griswold. March
22d, lat. 42, long 52, passed several islands 0t ice; M3rch
-2iLb i-nan4, .Iin,..4. Ri .,nkPbrisl,-.nP..,,,.,,.fh-rAntern

Br. brig Kliza Palmer, arr, 3 rilay#,from St. John, P.
R, with 60 tons suipi ur, to B. W. Field. Spoke, 21st
March, lat 34, long. 76, Morning Star,.4 days irom Sa-
vannah, for IPorto Rico. 25th, lat. 84, Ionz. 73, experienced
a severe galeirom S to NW, which swept our deck of
both boats, eamboose house st ve the bulwarks, lost the
mainsail, broke a bearn, and done other damage.
Schr Grecian, Chase, 3 days from Boston, with mdxe,
to J Atkins & Co.
Schr Jasper, Howes, 3 days from Boston, with nrdze, to
E. & J. Herrick.
BOSTON, March ,30-Arrived, Ischooner Margaret,
Soule, from Mobile, via Portsmouth.
Cleared, brigs Antares, Clark, for Philadelphia; Vesta,
Harding, Baltimore; Iddo, Hallet, do; schooners Lion,
Baxter, Philadelphia; Oscar, Lovell, New Yolik.
March 31-Anmived, ships Calumnet, Shreve, from New
Orleans; Concoidia, Harding, do; Hellespont, Elwell, do;
brig Pandora, Drake, do.
GLOUCESTER, March 38-Arrived, brg Ganges, fmn
PORTLAND, March 28-Arr, brigs Rival, Monroe;
Brutus, Little, and President, Wiiidlow, Matanzas; Chain
lain, Churchill, Mayaguez; schr Cinderella, Crowell, New
|PORTSPMOUTH, March 28-Cleared, .tusiarn ship
Sankari, Fellman,for New York. This isthe shlp which
put in here ab ut 12d ult. trom Liverpf o! or New York,
in distress. She has bean completely repaired; only a
small part of her caigo was found to h-, damaged, which
has been sold; the remainder is still on board.
PHILADELPHIA, April 1 -Arrived, (hip Napier, Sand
for-I, from Liverpool; barges Grampius, and Midditaex'
Now York.
Cleared. Br. balque Minerva, Pearson, for Liverpool;
Madonna, Wise, Montevideo; ichrs La Grange, Walls,
St. Johns, P.R; Fair Lady, A~bary; Heroine, and Trader,
New York; barge Shark, do-
BALTIMORE, April 1I-Arrived, brig Frances Jane,
Thompson, 12 days from Mayaguez, PR.
WASHINGTON, N.C, Marc'n 26-Arrived, schooner
American Coaster, Pugh, New York.
. GEORGETOWN, S.C, March- 22-The brig Tuskan,
King, for West Indies, put back, having sprung aleak.
Cleared, brig Detroit, Baker, for New York.
WILMINGTON, N.C, March 28-Arrived, Vesper,
Llofland, from Newport; Belle, Powell; Eliza Meserole,
Carson; Regulus, Mills, and Julia, Pettingall, New York.
Cleared, Lafayette, At woodl,for Martinique; Sarah Ann,
Herrick, Surinam; Elizabeth, Reynolds, New York.
CHARLESTON, March 28-Arrived, ship Nimrod,
Manning, from Liverpool; brig George, Hull, New York,
schr Elliot, Morley, Hartford.
Cleared, barque Charlotte Caroline, Schiutow, Amster-
dam; Emma Theressa, Lorantz, Cowes and a market.
Sailed, brtg Ashley, Pike, for-New York; schr William,
Miller, Providence.
SAVANNAH, March 27-Arr ship Milledgvlle, New
York; brig Romulus, Boston.
ST. MARKS, March 18-Ar brig St Marks, NewYork;
Cld, hrig Billow, NYork,
MOBILE, March 25-Arr brig Georgia, NYork.
26th-Ar ships May Flower, Savannah; Gulnair, Ant.
werp; brig Orion, N r ork.
IN W ORLEANS, M.rch 15-Arrived, ship Dalmatia,
from Havre
CGle'red-ship Mary Howland, Liverposl; barque Nia-
gara, Besto6; brig Hokomok, and Mississippi, Boston;
brig Georges, NIork.

WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a Man who under-
stands the general work of a small farmn about
8 miles liomlnhe city. Address by note, box 1104 branch
post office. ap3 3tis

' ANT E--An experienced Lithograph Printer.
one capable ofmaking his own transfers would be
preferred. Itquite ait 19 Plattstreet, 3d story. ap22t

TA W. PELL, Auctioneer.
TALIAN MARBLE-Theblack and gold and white
veined Italian Marble per brig Cycoming, from Leghorn,
will be sold at auction TOMORROW, (Wednesd ty,) at
three o'clock, on Judd'a wharf, E. R., on a credit of six
months tor approved endorsed notms.
ap2 it* D.C. & W. PELL.
"ARuN" LEVY will sell on Thursday, at 12 o'clock,
(noon) at his large Salcs room, 151 Broadway, a set of
Rosewood furniture, just imported from Antwerp, beauti-
lully inlaid with brass and ivory, and of the mont exquisite
workmanship andti finish. Ladies and gentlemen are in.
vited to examine it previous t() the sale. Also, at the same
tirme, a quaity of second hand furniture, chairs, cooking
utensils, curtains, bed linen, &c. &o. A. L will give
his personal attention to the sale of furnitur-, either at pri.
vate houses, or at the store, which is comnmodious and
well suited for the purpose. apl
fi JA.VIS BLEECKEK, Auctioneer.
Bi2LEGANT FURNITUILE, At No. 45 Sullivan at.,
near Grand st.
the 9th of April, at 10 o'clock, at No 45 Sullivan st, near
Grand tst-
The elegant Household Furniture, consisting of very
rich figured Satin Damask Curtains and orriamnnts, with
Chairs, Sofa and Ottomans, all en suite; Sofa, Chairs a:d
Ottomans, covered with Plush, with a set of red Damask
Curtains, with ornaments to match; Royal Wilton. Brus.
eels and Venetian Carpets, two sets of elegant Mantel
La'mp, broad brass Stair Rods, Paintings and Prints in
frames, Washstand and Bureau, with marble tops, French
and other Beadtteads, Beds, Bed ing, &c; an elegant
Piano, made by Ciegier; Music Stools, two Pier Glasses,
Sone ofthem very laige; China, Gl.ss, Centre, Card2 Work
and Dining Tables, with an assortment of Kitchen Uten.
sils. Catalo2uos can be obtained of the Auctioneer, the
day before the sale. [ No 2121 mh22
SARPETS AT AUCTION.-Will be sold at public
sale, bv LLOYD & McCORMICK, auctioneers, at
their store, No.8 Courdlandt street in the city ofNew York,
on Tuesday the 9Lh April next, at 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon, a large and handsome assortmernt of valuable
Carpets, and of various kinds, being and comprising the
entire stock of Keliy & Vanderlip absconding debtors,
late of this city.
The ab;ve sale will be positive, and made in Iota to suit
purchasers. By order iof tle Trustees. mhh6 dts
will sell at auction, on Friday, the i12h inat. at 1U o'clock,
at No 2 Carrill Place, tht; very e!eiealt Furniture con.
tainod in said House. co':sijting ,f large pier glasses, do
tables, astral, mantel and ia;l iampa, rosewood sotas ai.d
chairs with damask s atst. rocKii.a chair. rosewood side.
board, breakfast, dining, i eat aurd card tibleq, Wilton,
Brussels, Venetian dnd ig\-rain iearpets and rugs, damask
window curtains, rosiwood t'; .."e.se, valuable paintings,
a splendid ciock, rich dining a.:il t-a China sets, pittcd
ware, dressirig bureaus ;xnd a'aiR ,:!.i i with marble tops,
French bedsteads, wari roule, beds, aitresseS &c. to-
gether with a good assortmt iit of ktchen furniture
apl (2 6)
_C1 JAM ES BLDE CKCi,, Auciirneer.
TON SQUARE-J kMES bLKECEKEtk & CO. will sell
on Friday, Aprl 19.h. at No. 22 Washington Square, at
10) o'clock, very handsome household Fuiriture, consist.
ing of Brussels, ingrain and Venetian carpets, Fienci
mahogany chairs, solas, reeking chair with crimson plush
seat, card, centre anti dining tabla, piano made by lu
boeis, Stoddart & Chambers, ele-gant pier glHBass, nriantel,
hall, and astral lamps, bedsteads, bureaus and wa-hstandi,
with marble tops, elegant merino curtains with orrramen.t-',
ormolu clock. Louis 14tl arid Iesaiiere, Q I cio:h, china,
glass, &c. with an assortment of kitchen furniture. Qat.
alogues can be obtained of the auctioneers the day pre-
vious to the sale. (No. ;27) apl
I OTICE-'The Trustees ol the New York Highi
I School Society have dcc'ared a Dividend of l eii
dollars of principal on each share cf Stock in maid Instk.u-
tion, which will be paid to th- Stocizholdors, upon the pro.
ducdion of thnir certificates by the subscriber, at his
residence in 11th street, on and after the Sthinst, before 10
o'clock, A M. or generally in the afternoon.
Sap2 lw UOBEtRT I. MURRAY, Treasurer.
:,, RS. LEWIS WlLLCOCKiSaniiiui.ces to the public
Al1 and the friends of the family'ihat she will con..
YOUNG LADIES, at No. 182 East Broadway, on the 6th
day of May. Parents and guardians may he assured that
the strictest attention will be paid to the health, morals
and deportment of the young lad oas.
Professors for the different branches will be engaged,
Ciicuiars may be obtained at No 12 East Broadway,
and at No. 195 Fourth at.
RFREriczss :-Madame Chegaray.
Ogden Edwards, irsq.
J. Washingion, Esq., M. r.
Don Francisco Sioughton.
John Anthon, Eeq.
Hugh Maxwell, Easq.
J. W. Francis, EEsq, M.D.
Thomas Glover, Etq.
ap2 2aw5w*

a OHAN POTATOES.-The subsciiber has onhand
S' a lew of these famous and very prolific Potitoes,
ralsed by the original introducer of them into this country,
Price $5 per peck.
The origin of these Potatoes is Switzerland, wereseot
into France by Prince RohAin, froit whence one tuater
fount its way to tis country, in 1838, aril was solIl for $40.
All who have made expermuieuts (.. then in this country,
antid amongg such are Judga Buel and Hon Mr Ellsworth,
of Connecticut, concur in tha opinion, that they are the
most extraordinary and valuable robt ever Introduced for
snock they are invaluable ; their product is from ten tn
thirteen hundred bushels per acre, weighing 611bs per
bushel. A single potato has been known to produce (in
thiscauntry) a-barrel ; many olfthemn.weighing two p.)unda
each ; in Europe have been known to weigh tena pounds
each ; in fact, a fair experiment has never been made here,
the two seasons past being very unpropitious for ptato
crops, owing to excessivedrought--a full account of them
maybefount.in the Cultivator lor 1838 and 1939. Th ir
quality for a table potato, if not superior, is gooA. the

-ltesh Is solid and of goul fl Avor-twi eyes ufficefor a hill
-many of the tubers have thirty to forty eyes-they re-
quire vary little labor in cultivating ; the principal cars
bWime to plough the around very deep anrid have the hill's
well apart, that the soil way acquire solar heat-they
should be planted early in our cl mate, as eai ly as the
ground is sufficiently warrned forth ir reception. as they
oeent to require the whole season to grpw their large tu-
bers and mature the crop.
Alto, the most extensive assortment of Gard'n, Field,
and Flower Seedsto be found-in this country. French Su.
gar BeertSead. Mangel Wuizul. Ruts Baga, &c
ap22td Cl2t 'EO 0. THORBURN,1I Jultn st.

-, TED WORKS--Greece, Pictorial, Descriptive andl
Historic:il ; by Christopher Wordsworth, D. D lte Fel.
low of Trinity College, and rubuic Orator in the Univer-
sity of Cambridge, head master of Hairow Schoo!, Men,-
ber of Archmoloalcal Institute at ILomne ; and author of a
Jourmil of fa Residence in Athens and Attica. A fur iler
supply of the first pait is now ready, and a pait will be
published every month till completed.
WILEY & PUTNAM, Importers,
No. 161 Broadway.
D:7 Bo,-rs a t wholesale and retail. ap2
J EA.s, DCn.LLIN(,-S, EsMliNETIS, &c.--t. &
L. HOLMES, No. 44 Muiden Lane, have received
a large assortment of goods cor boys' summer wear, viz:
One case white Drillings from low to very flue
do do brown French and English do
dIo do striped Jeans, some all white
do do Erminetts or Merino Cassimere
do do., mixed Lastings
do do brown French Linen, &c.
Together with an extensive assortment of Linens, Sheet-
ings, Unmask Table Cloths, &c, by the piece and at tietaii,
at low prices. apl 3t
eJ by S. 1;OLMAN, 8 Astor House,
S.uLLEC'TION8 on all paits of the United States,
Canada and Europe, made on favorable terms, by
8. J. SYLVES TER, 130 Broadway,
ap2 and 22 Wall street.
ILL1 OF EXCHANGE on all parts ol England, ire-
land, and Seotla,,d,in sums of 5. to 1000ot ,forsale at
S. J. SYLVESTER'S, 130 Broadway,
ap2 22 Wallsireee.
9 -ERTI'ICATES of Deposits on the Union Bank of
J Tallahassee, wanted on favorable terms.
Notes of the Niagara Suspension Bridge Bank wanted
at a low rate by S. J, SYLVESTER. 130 Broadway,
ap2 and 22 Wall street.
T O COUNTRY MERCH.\N' S.--Kent's Gold and
Silver Fuid-For Ornamenlal Penmanship.-
Wholesale dealers supplied at sh-rn notice with thid'beau-
tiful and superior article, andl orders from abroad attended
to with punctuality and des-patch
EDWARD N. KENT, Stationer,
No 3 Wall street.
The Gold and Si:ver FPid prepared by Mr Edward
N Keni, No 3 Wanl street, is truly a beautiful and su.
pearor article It is an admirable affair for-a lady's bou.
doir, and the desk of no man of taste should be without it.
[Morning Heiald.1 ap2
S liflcial Founidationa- Tlhis day is received per last
London Pac1;et-
The Architect, Engineers atnd Oerantive Builder's Con-
structive Manual ; or, a Prac.: ;,.: and Scientific Treatise
on.the Contruction of Artificial F-c.rdB o:,s forBuildings,
Railways. &c., with a cormpndriium if i:e Apphcatiovi of
Piling and concietingto such purpcrse ; also, an invefti-
gation of the nature anrid pr:'opertie.i of tie material em-'
ployed in securing the stability o; railways; the whole ii.
luastrated by Exaniples selected fi tP ;tie most important
Arctiitectural and ELgineering Works of this country, by
Christopher Davy, Civil Engineer, 1 vol, 8vo. plates.
For sale by D. APPLETON & CO.
ap2 200 Broadway.

HI S EVLNING, April 2d, will be performed the
Comedy of PATRICIAN AND PARVENU--ir Osbal-
diston de Mo~vbiay, Mr Riehings; Percy, Hield; Stilton,
Plaide; Ellen Rivers, Miss Cushmain.
After which the Farce of MR. GR1SNF, NCH-Mr
GreeniInch, Mr Chippindale; Mr Wigsby, Placide; Mis
Mizzleminx. Miss Cusiran..
After which, a Pas de Deux by Master and Miss Well!.
To which will be added the Farce of CHAOS IS COME
AGAIN-Col Chaos, MrPlsacide; Jack Bunce, Richings;
Tottinghani, Chippind.ale, larriet, Mrs Chippindale.
Tomorrow, the drama ofRobin Heod.
Doors pn an 6at-) 'clock-Perforrmance IcconmeEces a t7
T'ickets-Boxes.Sl, Pit, ticentsa,Gallery, 25 cents.
Corner of Leonaril and Church sir, ets.
HIS EVENING, Aril 2d, will tbe performed
thie Dramaof NICK OF THE WOODS-Col Bruce, Ai,
Lambert; Ralph Stackpole Blakely; Nathan Slaughter,
Conner; Edit, Fortn ester, Mrs S&flon.
Al'ter which, Ethiripian Dinco, by Master Diamond.
To which will b, added the Farce of TURNING THE
TABLES-Jeremiah Bumns, Mr Lathani; Jack Hum.
phrey, Wi'llams; Patty Larkins, MissAyres.
After which, Negro song of Coal Black Rose, Blakely
'To conclude with the Farce of MY NEIGHBOR'S
WIFE-i r Somerton, Mr, Connec; Mr Brew,, Mitchell;
Mrs Somerton, Mre Sefion.
Tomorrow, bcnefi of the Fire Department Fund, Virgi.
niue-Virginmus, Mr Hambin.
Doors open at 6j o'clock-Performance commences at 7.
Boxes, $1-Pit, 50 cents-Gallery, 25 cents.
g11 (Late the Zoologictl Institute., 37 Bowery.)
]EHIS EVENING, Apt'l 2, the performance to com-
mence with a new Grand PJLISH ENTREE.
Equestrian Exercises by Xaster H.jwes.
F.ats ofJuggliig by Mr liller.
Clown's Delilhit, or Ups tid Downs of Life.
Mrs Gullen wll appear a; the Amazonian Maid
Corpu-cular Maioeuvres 3y thie whole Comrpaniy.
M< Hwa-d wN,;i appear is the Dying Mour.
An internumission of 10 nutlutes for promenade arid re-
A new Entree, or, 12 hors's, entitled Tartar Cavalry.
Song, by Master James Eowes.
Slace Ro)e by Master Franklin.
Allemandt on two horses by Mr and Mrs Howard.
Mr Needhimn will introduce tt.e Indian poi,y Osceola.
Horremanship on 2 anrid horses, by N B Turner.
Mr Jolin Smr.h will appear and sing a favorite song.
Principal Act ofHorsemnaiship.
Boxes 50 cents- Pit 25 Ceits.
Doors open at 6j-perlrmauce to commence at 7j o'-
T 'HESE Panoramas arenow open for exhioition at tihe
L New Rotundra, corner Prince F.nd Mercear streets,
Broadway, opposite Nib!o'r Garden.
painting, of the largest chs, covering a surface of ten
thousand square feet, paintd from drawings taken, by Mr.
Catherwoco in 1834.
ed likewise from Mr. Cathirweod's drawings, ii superior,
as a work of art, to any Paiorama b fore exhibited.
'T'he Paroiramas are briliaitly illuminated every even.
itg by upwards of WO Las lights, and explanations cf
the pictures givon in the fo'enoon, alttornoon, ard at hall
pait 8 in ilhe evening.
Mr. C thetwood, dunringthe present week, witl attend
to give thIe evening explanation.
Open fi om 9 in the in.m ninrg, till half past 9 in the even-
ing. Atdmirtanice 25 center to each Patnorama. Books of
dacripttrion 1 2 centa apt t!
JL STREET, at thtn Academy of Fine Arts, will
positively close in the rnminth t April, tiniiii which ti nme
our citizens, anid stiangers arriving here, will have an
(,rppJrunity ofvisiting thissplendid collection, vm:
By Whichelo, relresentin the attack on the Holy City by
tile Roman Armruy, under 'itus, (afterwardNs Emperor,)
which ended in its deetructon. The Temple is circled
with flames, and the wftlh presents a scene of great and
sacred interest.
THE REVOLT IN IARIS, A. D., 135S-By Giraud,
represeiutg Charles the bauphw, of France, (afterwards
Charles the Wise,) save] from the fury of the revoked
Parisians, by Marcel, Prvost of Paria, whilst one of his
lVinisters, the Marichal oi Champagne, lies slain at his'
(tlie painter pf Ada.r and Eye,) repreeeniats a scene from
tile Poem of Loru Byrin. Lmbro, who had been
thougatdead, retr'rns an< liund Juan his Dauglnter'.
Lord anl Lord of hin Domnins.," iern and inflexible, the
pirate Chlief is about to wreak his vengeance oin the un-
happy pair ; presenting a tableau ofexciting interest, and
woiilerflul effect.
THE CIRCASSIAN SLAVE -By Dubufe. representsa
scene which is of frequent oecurretice in the East. An
Armenian Slave Merthart is eagerly bargaining with a
Turkish Pacha for the se ofra beautiful Circassian Ie-
Tale, whiist thie latter from friends, and home, and
freedom, lar estranged," with natural del!icacy of feeling,
and undisguised horror, strinks from the stadiait gaze
oftier future owner,
pres*n ig 3t Johnn p i is youth, a most perfect form, with
a girdle of a skin about his loins, quenching his thirst ait a
pure stream gushing from a rock.
THE PRINCESS OF CAPUA-also, by Dubufe, with
a splendid robe of white satin, in ait attitude of deep con-
templation, regarding a miniature.
Tile Galleiy is brimlianriy lighted with gas in the even.
ing, at.d ladies will find iia place of agreeable report.
upen from 1. in tie morning until 10 at night.
AdJmittance 25 cents. Season Tickets for line remnit~der
of the tern, $1. nrhl4istl
1 RUSHED SUGAB--20J barrels Steam Refined
^JCrushed Sugar, for sale by
R. L. & A. STUART, 235 Greenwich,
mh22 Iwis cor. Chambers sis.

1EAflM 1 'ttiFINEEU CAN11Y-Cereuily paciikuc( i,
V" ^Wr 28, nrh0Ttitr f'rTtte SiOuriiern a -nd"bes
tern Market, for- s-Ile by
R L. & A. STUAtT, 285 Greenwich,
mh22 Imis rLaw coi Chamhe-s sis.
| EGHOhN HATS-For sale low, a few superfilre
3.. Leghorn Gypsies 1
Fine quality do I
Middii,;g do do
Apply to C. WILS6N, Leghorn and Straw Hat
Blacfher, No 52 Howard! 8t.
WATCH DOG.-- A vory handsome half blooded Grey
Houna for sale. Apily as ab, ve. mnh30 I wig*

. FLOWERS.-Thesubscriber has always on Ihar.d
full supply ol Sminith',- p.l.-ared Wax, ci every shade amid
color, lor sale by the dozen, in or boxes containing 80 doz,
assorted colt r s for $5.
o010 A. B STRANGE, 331 Broadway
CAF REVIEW. Edited by Henry J. Brent, of
Washington, D. C, Vol. 1. No. 3
Publishd n monthly-Terims : $5 per annumr Deliver.
edlinany part ofthiscity-or Brooklyn, and sent by the
earliest mails to all parts of the United Stares by thb
New York Publisher. ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery.-,
A TRXA -JOHN S TAYLOR, 'Bookseller, Brick
Church Chapel, wil publish on Friday ni..i, ii.g ltmraKs-
EXANDERDUMAS ; translated trom the French by Mrs. E.
S. UOULD. this work, written by a very distinguished
French author, and translated by a lady well qualified
for thi taar, will be found worthy of general atenti,,n.
Apl 4ti
7?iHE FLOWER GARDE.'; containing Directions
for the Cultivation ot all Garden Fiowers ; witi se-
lected lists of the most approved Annual, Biennial, :and
Perennial Flowering Plants, 8v3. With numerous enera-
vir.gs, both colored and plain ; showing an Itallan Goar-.
den, French, Dutch, and English Gardens, Ground Plans
for Gardens, &:.
This work, with M'Intosh's wotk on Greenhouses,
Stoves, and Conservatories, also got tip in thi same beau-
tiful s'yle, are for sale by WM. A. COLMAN,
api 1 Iw No. 205 Broadway
C HINA WAKE-A smatl invoiceot China Ware, just
ilece;ved, for sale by
ap2 HOWLAND& ASPINW ALL. 65SSouthst.
INES-Superior old Madeira Wines, in pipes, hds,
qr casks and Indian barrels, for sale by
ap2 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 65 South st.
P ORT WINE 33 oipes superior Port Wine, in as.
sorted packaees, for sale by
apl GRINNELL, MINTUKN & CO. 134 Front et.
S OtWOOD-150 tons bright Campeachy Logwood
AAJ ust received, for sale by
ap2 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st
%SUUAR--166 hilids prime Porto Rico Sugar, just re
i. ceived and for sale by
ap2 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
iNDIGO-140tercons prime Caraccas Indigo, luor sale in
lots to suit purchasers, by
ap2 HOWLAND & ASPiNWALL, 55 South st
- kaANDY-50 qr casks Seinette Branoy, in boad,
S and for sale by
ap2 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.
RUHA'GEL IRON-60 tois Archangel iron, on
A board ship Mediator, and tor &ale by
all GRINNELL. MIINTURN & CO). 134 Front st.
: r USi A SHEET11\G-I case fine bleached Russila
ItO- Sheetiring,, for sale ty
ap2 GRINNELL, M1'1TURN & CO. 131t Front st.
TaCaou:t of Chancery, held ifr the State of New
!.-L York, at th- City of New Yorit, on the first day of
April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
adl thirty nine,
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor ol the
F irst iruit.

J *. MIft i (. i'|'
(Office of-the "New-York American,,,")
All Orders executed with neatness and punctuality, and
on moiera:e terms.
Chancery Bills and other Law work carefuly printed
L DOLLARS WANTED -A special or active pait-
her who can command the above amount, i .anted in an
old establis-hed Dry Goods House in this .'Ty, of good
standing ana credit, where his inveatmemt will tie met by
an equal amount,and be safely e irployed. Address Q I'.
S. .Ir., Uppner Post (i office, with real name, which will be
Etrictly confidential. F26

A GOVERNESS, who can reach the French and
Italian Langtraaesa, Music and Drawing, trav finj
employmnientby applyig at 434 Broonme street. mhlStf
Vt TAITER WANTED-A colored Man is wanted as
VW waiter at No 58 Beach st. inIl21
W ANTED-A Frenci Cook and ti, assistant super-
iitendent or head Waiter for the Union Club.-
Good recommendato)s required. Apply to the Clerk,
tnh2' 2w 343 Broadway
ri'u CAPVITALIsTs.-Waltted liomn $3 to .50vo on
L Bond and Mortgage on property worth double the
amount in the heart of one of trie largest neighboring
cities. Addrets box 1344 upper post office. irhlS isa
h 'IHiLEE OR FOUR GENTLEMEN can beaccom.
I.L mdated with Breakfast and Tea, or two Gentlemen
witi their wives, with full board, pleasant rooms and
parlor, by applying at 21 Walker st: eel. mh29 lwis*
SBOOKSTORE.-A Yo,'-ng Man that is acquiant
ed with the kookselling business, and is willing to make
himself generally useiul to his employer, and cau bring
good reconimendiations from hiIa Iat employer for his ho-
nesty Enterprise, and general good qualities, can find a
permanent situation, and reas-mable compensation, by
add-essi,,g "i Bo,kseller" through ihe Paik Post Office,
with real name and reference, aol tf
*USACKET SHIP ROSiOE, trom Liverpool .-The
B consignees are requested to send their permits rin
board at foot of street, without delay. All gotOds
no. permitted within five days will be .ent to Public Store.

2 ship will commence discharging under general or.
ders on Tuesd-lay next. Goods not then permitted must be
sent to the public store. mh30
SNo. 46 Wall street -Insures against liss or damage
by fine.
Jaco. Drake Samuel M Thompson,
Sttpihar Allen Irancis T Luquer
John Leonard, Jiha R Townsend
Smith W Anderson Effinghamn Townsend
()liver r Hewlett Henry (; De Rham
Samuel Demh V/illiamn Adee
John Wilson William Agnew
Cornelius W Lawrence P.ic ard F Cair man
Fred. C Havemeyer r Sar',: T' kiduore
PFetr Shalpe Wm3 Hcriman
Gabiel Havens Ira Smnith
Edward G Fails Ednumud Smritih.
JACOB DRAKE, President.
NXLC GRAT, Srcretary. nir15 Imi
NEW YO1K, having had the sun ofOneMillionof Dol-
lars subscribed, hereby give notice that they will comn-
mence operations as soon as the necessary af, anements
c;in b-w made. And the b,-oks for the further sub.
sci, tion of Four Millions of Dollars to the Capital Stock of
said ins:itution, will be opened at No. 6o5 Wa!l str.et.
(second story ) on the record day of Arii next, from 10
A M, t'l 3 P M of each day, unt:l such further subsctip-
tin shall oe made.
Psfyniont of sobseriptions for the Capital Stock will be
received in Casri, State Stocks, or such other stocks as the
Comptroller may be aithorizcd to i-ceive in dep )site io,
b!la, under the General Baniiing Law, and Bonds secured
by Mortgage, (,n improved urpitcunibered Real Estate in
tie United States. Copies of the articles of association,
appraisal papers, and further information, may be obtained
upon application as above. A. C. DE MER1TT,
mh3o tf Piesident.
f ~NEW YOax, March 29, l139.
H E President and Directors nave this dlay declared a
Dividend of Four per ceot.on the Capital 'tock, Iobr the
dlast six months, which will be paid to the StocKholders on
arid alter the 10tih ot April.
'Ihe bootas of Train.--fer will be closed from the 1st t-
the 10th April inclusive. By order of the Bosrd,
ml!30 dlw3taw3w SAML. FLEW WELLING.
f, LBANY-From tie foot of Court.
..__ l2 larnd.t street.
'Ihe SWALLVi tlis afternoon, at o'clock.
The 1)Di WITT CLINION, tomorrow afternoon at
5 o'clock.
NOTICE.-All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, spe-
cie, o- any other kind ,of property, taken, shipped, or put
on board the boats ol thisl line, mur't be at the risk of the
o# ners of such goods, Ircight, baggage, &kc. ap2
j1- FOR LIVERPOOt.-The fine barque SHEP
yiHERDESS, coppered and c upperr fastensa, hay
=ting the greater part ot her cargo engaged aid
Lrig on board, will have immediate despatch for the
above port. For freight or passage, apply to
mhll GOODiHUE & CO. 61 South at.
4 F POR LIVERPOOL.-The superior fS.sahling
p coppered and copper sans'miea ship HINDOO,
a having the greater part of her cargo engaged, and
eomng on board, will sail on the 10th April. She can take
300 bales cotton. For freight o0wwhich, apply to
apl GARY & CO. 90 Pine street.
a FOR LIVERPOOL--Packet of me 7th April
jIN The packet ship INDEPENDENCE, Capt. Nye,
in wlJh wil ; wi ,l .v. .tipw.(v,' ,,y;.a4 { iv.',,, ,.^wht^- o
passage, apply o i board foot of Maiden 'lane, or to
GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Frontst.
The R<)SCOE will succeed the Independehce, and sail
on theB7thMay. mhl0
.i FOR LIVERPOOL--Packet of 13tr1 Aptrl.-
ll^The packet ship VIPGINiAN, I. H~rri,, mas.
_',Stt tel, will Biil as above, her regular day. For
hr-ntir or passage, apply on board, at foot of Maiden lane,
or to ROBERT KERMIT. 74 South st. mhl9
P of 19Lh Aprnl.-The NORTH AMERICA, \' E
a HB oxle, master, will sail as above, her regular
day. Jor freight or passage, apply to the Captain, on
board, at the foot of Beeaman sti eet, or to
GOOD HUE &CO. or( 64 S
mh23 C. H. MARSHALL, t 64South street.
jf GE FOR LiVERPOOL-INew Ltsue.|-k-acket of
j~f~25th-April.-The packet ship SIDDONS, Capt ,
a B nrirton, 9tO tons burtlen, will s.'il as above.
on i-eigltocpassage, aving accommodations unequal-
ltd for spleniiir and comfort, apply on board at Orleans
wharf, foot of "Wali street, 01 to

E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South at
The packet 'hip SHERIDAN, will succeed the Siddons,
and sail on fhe 25.h May.
Lraer- by the pa.kets will be charged I1? cents per sin
gle slieet, and &i cents pet ounce. Newspapers 1 cent
each. mtr->
0 FOR HAVRE-Packet of the 8th of April-
'The packet ship RHONE, Captain J. A. Wot
u ten, will sail on ier regular day, as above.
Fom ireight or passage, apply to the captain on board,
foot Rertoi street, or to
m1i30 22 Broad street.
FOR HAVRE-Packet of the 24th April.-
ThIe packet ship VILLE DE LYON, Capt. C.
. Forireight or passage, apply to the captain on board,
foot of Rector st, N R, or to
mhi30 22 Broad st
k'R )R MARSEILLEs.-The fiue last sailing brig
ERIE, Barlow, commander, will sanil on 4.h
proximno, c-n comfortably accommodate 3 or 4
passengers, it' immediate application be made to
mql HJWLAND & ASPINWALL, 53 Southst.
&&x FOR NEW ORL&ANS-First Packet-Louis-
ZWDiana and New York Line oft Packeta-To sai; on
. Saturday, 6th instant.-- he superior fast sailirg
sinp AU BURN. Capt. Derfey, is now loading, and will
sail as abive.
For freight or passage, having elegant furnished ac-
commodations, apply on Loaid at Orleans wharf, toot of
Wall street, or to
E. K. COLLINS & CO 65 South street.
Freight at reduced raies.
Hereatter the ships ofthisline will sail every Saturday,
arid i eight free if detained beyond the regular day, except
b' wetier, apl
j- FOrt FRthIGH r OR CHARTER-Tne new
J fait ailing copper fastened brig WILLIS, S
- Brownell, master, has made only one voyage,
td i l now in readiness to receive cargo. Apply op board,
t ftot o Rector st, N R,or to
fe26 C. BARS TOW & POPE, 93 Pine at.
The coppered and copper fasteneid ship MARCIA,
sails last, arid is well found, burthen 315 tons, and
wi canry about 1200 bales compressed cotton. Apply on
board, at pier 2o, ER, or to
tmhi GRINNELL, MINI2URN & CO, 134 Front st.
The very fast sailing coppered andi copper faste,.
ed barquo F!EDOEIt.D(. of 2 to,i or 400 bbls
uu0 Lien, 8 years old, built at Ne ,.) t, of excellent imaIe.
trials, well found in sails, rigging, &c. Apply to Captain
liand on board, at India wharf, or to
jal7 GvODHUE & CO.64Southa t.


Positively acquired by ei:.hrr Lauy or Gentleman in 12
Lessons arid Tau ht only for a short time
longer in INew York! !
MR. BRISTOW'S PERIODICAL engagements in New
York, will now terminat.e iln thCe ourse of a FEW
WVEEKS, as Mr. B.'s engagements in another city will
colmpl Ihim t') leave ; i, therefore becomes iiec' ssai y to
ALL, (youig men ol business, the iA'orchant, the tltik,
the Attorney, the Student, the La-dies, &c,&c,) who tie
sire a sp-euiy, permanent and thorough Improvement in
their -land Writing, ind who wieh to ct mnanid and secure,
the sei vices cf Mr Britto.-', lt, make la ly aipflicatioii,
and not suffer the l)present oppotiuiriy to pass.
Citizens of New York I !lehold, aid Ktccol'ect, I bold.
ly assert, and pledge myself to impart to either Lady or
Gentleman, between the ages of I0t) to o50, a handsome stylt;
of WV iting, in a course ol
IN 'IWELVIE EASY LESSON S, of one hour each!
or CRAMPED, the Pupili's writing may be, therefore neg'cci
not to avail yourselves of my stay in New York.
This unrivalled and highly appreciated system of
Waiting is expressly adapted to ill the mneicantile pur.
pnses Lite tand Busitinss in this Commercial City--io
Letters, Bills of Exchange, Invoices, Sales, Orders.
Notes, Receipts, the Journal Etry and the Ledger.
ACADEM t No. 17a Broadway, opposite Maiden lane.
THE LADIES meet daily at 11 o'clock-they aretaught
in twelve lessons a style ol writing prepossessing ar.d
handsome, in its appearance, being delicate, graceful,
fashionable and neat.
Acquire a bold, free and expeditious running hand, high3
efficient for mercantile pursuits.
4:1 '1 he steel and common pen are both used at Mr.
Brisrow's Acadenmy.
8, Mercnants and strangers visiting New York cai.
comp-,ete course of lessons in 2 or 3 days !
N. B.-MR. BRISTOW is atiZys to be seen at his
Academy. No. 176 Broadway, from 9 A. M, to 1, or from
3 to 8 P.M.
Vr Additional lessons are given (above the twelve)
free of extra charge, it" found necessary, by Mr. B., ii
order to give full satistaction to every pupil. ja3i
Sing Sing, f. Y.
r^DI MRS. E. ROMEYN, Principal.
SHE Spring and Summer Term commences thi first
week in May ; the Fall a:;d Winter Term, the first week
in No.ember. Each term consists ot 21 weeks, and i.
followed by a vacation of four week The cdifice is a
spacious brick building, erected expressly for a Seminary. -
and is capable of accommodating from 40 to 50 pupils, iwI
only occupying the saine room. Pupils will bC received Ui
any period of the term. The strictest attention is paid
to their intellectual and moral improvement. A Parisian
lady is engaged to reside in thu iauiily, wih, wll supenrm
tend the French department. For further information.
application may be made to the Principal, or to the Rev
JAMES V. HENRY, SingSing, whu a:dsthe Principalir;
the management of the Instistuion.
N. B -During the vacation, Ironi April 10thto May 7th,
Mrs Uomrt yn wiIl he at the house of the late Judge Irving
37 Chambers street, where she will be happy to sie thoat
Aho may wishto) place their daughters under her care.
REFERENCES.-Wsshilueton Jiving, Esq; Ebenezer Ir.
vmig, Esq, Jamies Smith, Esq; Mos,-s H Grinnell, Esq;
Henry Brevooit, Junr, Esq; Professor Renwick; Rev M
Eastburn, D D; Rev W W Phiips, D D ; Rev C N
Stewart, Ne w York.
S-ing Sne, Ilarch 13th, 1S39. mhl2 2mlis

ST. MARK'S COAL YARD, writers action (t 9th and
Stuyvesant streets. -I hereby caution all persons it.
debated to the said concern lor Coals, not to make any pay
mcntto Edward heid orr account thereof, he being no
longer my Agent. Dated 19th Maircli, i539.
mhW9 it EWD. MARTIN, 1 Pine st.
t OAL.-'TheB subsecribets have on hand Liverpool Or-
Srel, Sidney, Prctuu, Virgir 'a, fine Liverpool, Riddled
Newcaste and Cannell Coa tor thegrate and manufac-
turers' use, lor sale athe market rates, ii. lots to suit pur
chasers. LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington at,
coiner ot Le Roy and Greenwich st, arid
mhl19 E. Broadway and Governeur sts.
1 AUKAWANA COAL-For sale by the cargo-De
-4 liveriable at Brooklyn. Apply at the. (flice of tmeo
Delaware and Hudson Canal Company, 53 Pine street.
New Yoric, or to ALFRED WitiGHT, Agent, at Provi
dence, Rhode Island. d4 tf
SAUKA V ANA COAL-Broken and Egg size, deliver.
1 ed to consumers in New York and Brooklyn, at $6,
50 per ton. Also, Nut Coal at $6-all free of cartage
Apply at the office, at the junction cf East Broadway an?
Division street, at 53 William, corner ot Pins street, or .
the Coal Yard, foot of Jackson street, Brooklyn. d14
SACKAWANiA COAL-for sale by the cargo. Inj
A quire at 53 vVilliam street, corner of Pina dl(4

SIVERPOOL COAL AFLOAI'.-Ncw landing, too
.4 of Pike street. from ship Fr-nklin, a cargo urLiver.
p ol Coal, of gocd quality and large size, suitable for fa.
mily or manufacutring use, for sale in lots to auit purcha-
sers, by
LAING k RANDOLPH, 250 Washington st.
corner of Le Roy & Greenwich streets, and
mh22 Etst Br,,advay and Gouverneur at.
DNEY AND PICTOU COAL-20u chaldrons Sid-
0ney, and 250 do Piciou Coal, of a superior quality
and size,for sale in luto to sirt purchasers, by
250 Washington st, cor of Le toy and Greenwich sts,
and corner of East Broadway and
mh25 Gouverneur sts.
f SEACH MOUNTAIN COAL.--[ne subscribers have
for sale Peach Mountain Coal, of superior quality, In
broken, egg, lump, and nut sizes, at the mar, et price, in
I t to suit purchasers.
LAING & RANDOLPH. 250 Washington st.,
cor. oh Le Roy and Greenwich st. and
fe27 cor. of Ea-t Lroadwav and Gouvermeur street
- fa l'yi". ':- r-ite ,noTr'r n-irt+ast'ry-tloreB,- ik,. *
Abingdon square. The house is well finished, with
jelmHahogany dor4s in the par.ors, and niaTble
"- mantels throughout It is replete with every con.
v nience, and a desirable rsaaidenct for a genteel family.
Ii qure ol'
mnh2S lwis* N. B. SMITH.[& CO. 189 Pearl at.
S FOR SALE-A modern built there story brick
L House in Eighth street, between the FifIh Avenue
ailn and Macdougall street, finished in the best style,
-*m and ready for immethdiate occupancy Apply at
tie office of this paper. d17 is tf
i TO LET-A large double two story- brick
AA house, with S acres of land, in garden, orchard,
S pasture, &c; a large barn and oilier outhouses on
a-the premiss, situate half a mile below the v llaga
of Greenbusth, opposite to Albany. 'Ihe location is
healthy, an o. e. (.f time most beautiful on the Hudson
River. It is well calculated for a large family, or for a
boarding school. Apply to
apl 2w 638 Broadway.
Oit. LEASE. Possession given immediately.
--A commodious Mansion House, with out
hIouses, &c, situated orn the east bank of the
Iujason river, about three quarters of a mile above
tne village of Cold Shprin. '1There are about S(i
acres of ground, a good kitchen gatlen, and a bountiful
uipplyo1 puie spring water. T'liose whio wialh to hire or
lease one of thie most delightful residences in Amenica,
within som -55 miles of the city of New York, can do so
o0 very moderate terms, by making appIcatlonof
GEORGE P. MORRIS, at the office of the
mh30tf N.Y MMirror, No 1 Barclay st.
TO LET-IThe three story basemer.t House, 5
A* Morris street, near Broadway and the Battecry-
i in fine order, and very convenient for a man o:
business. Apply at No. 7 State street, at 9 o. 4
o'clock. House to be seen from 1-2 to 2 o'clock.
mli30 Iw

FOAR SALE-The Lot on Lan.d and premises
AM situated on thie east side of 1 ibeity street in th
villave of Newburgh, and lying directly south of
andti adjoining the Baptist Church lot in thie old
town. The lot also frolA.t on tie oardnertown road,
bounding the cnuich lot on the south and west, and is forty
feet front on each street. Inqurreof
AARON BELKNAP, Newburgh, or
GILLESPIE & EDWARDQ, 149 t-earlet,
mh30 lut )r. Wail ai,;d Beaver sRs.
ae'.LLAND.-The subscriber ittaudzing to go abroani
,ffars for sale, his residence near tWe Beach,
Newport, Rhode Island, with thie grounds aroui.d
the Mansion House and out offices,in all irom 4 to 6 acres.
1 hlie ornannental groinods, lolly trees, extensive shrubber
ri-., gardens. &c at w li as its unrivalled situation, are
t io well known to -uminier visiteis to need description.
To those acquainted with the Brighton of Amer.ca, it is
only necessary to say that it is one of the most beautiful,
healthy and desirable locations in that pictuesqu. Island,
now so much frequented during Oiw. Sumnm,,r and Fail by
the elite of fasi min1. Distance irum Newport of a mile,
and from the Beach a short ldistanco. Fixtures and a part
elfthe elegant furniture to suit the purchaser. For part.
culars apply to J. M. Bixby, Esq, Attorney at Law, 27
Beckman street, New York, or to the proprietor.
COUNTRY SEATl FtR f-ALE-A very de-
_S..i- airable residence, situated in Columbia county,
,,M* adjoining the village of Livingtovn, contain ling
Pll-between 70 and 60 atresofland. The House it
brick, two stories in height, by 60 leet in front, finished
with marble rantels, folding uoors, anti every conveni.
ence adapted to a large and genteel iatnily. There is a
most uxcellenit garden, contaiinng a vaiitty of tihe finest
fruit tieezi, large ice house filled with or. There is with-
in five minutes' walk of the place, a Chaun h, Post Office,
Stress, &c. The House I11 thoroughly furnished, which
will te sld at a valuation, or furniture in the city taken
in ePrx hangie I 'r .-irt'ui-iiarhint. it" tt

& JUT9O1 -AIL ..
GEORGE B. ROLLINS. Auctioneer.
(Sales Beom No. 17 Broad street)
SW. -1. &.Co. have made arrangements in.,dd iti
to their sales of Real Estate, at public and private stie,
attend to sales of HOUSEHOLD FURNII UIE, cargo
of Mahogany, Groceries, &c. &e.ar,dto t.ansacta general
Auction and Commission Ouusiness.
W. R. & Co. have opened a REGISTER for the dispo.
sitionofpropertv at PRIVATE SALE.
WEDNESDAY, April 10.
At 10 o'clock, at No Niith street. an elegant and
fashionable asortineiit of Household Firniture, consisting
in part of Biussels, A iNton and JIngrain Carpets, oil cloth,
sofas, mahogany chairs, window curitair, candiebras,
mantle arid astral lamps, hall lautern, entire, dining and
tea tales, piano forte &r, French bedsteads, dressing
bureaus, secretaries, washlitands, bedding, &c
Also, elegant Frenchl china dinner and tea sets, glass,
plated and silver ware.
Catalogues will ha ready at the Sales Room, 17 Broad
st. on the cay previous to the ,.ale.
WEDNESDAY, 17th April.
Furniture- At 10 o'clock at 2-d street, 5 door west
ol 9th avenue, a handsome assortm nt ot Iurnture.
Consisting in part of Brusels, Incrain and Venetian
Carpet ; oil cloth, sofas, mahogany arid other chairs,
siaeboa.d, bureaus, pie-r glasses, window curtains, clock,
,'irondales lamps, btds, maitrosses, bedding, bedisteads,
and tables.
Al1o, the kitchen furniture, with which the sale wil 1
wil commence
THURSDAY, 18th April.
At 10o'clock at 58 Barclay street, a handsome assort-
ment ofhousehold furniture. Particulars hereafter.
L. M. HOFFMAN, Auctionmeer
BIR 1. M31. OFFIU 4.-M6 & LCol
Store corner of WVall ard Frontstreeta
L. M. Hoffman &. Co. will give their attention to 'Fur'
ture Sales
Teoa--AtlO o'clnck, at the Phenix SalesRoom, tbe ba.
lanc iof the cargo of Teas per ship Charlo.te, and the
cargo per ship Luconia, consisting of Hyson, YounB Hy-
sort, Hyeou Skin, Gunpowdei, Imperial, Sonchong, aind
Orange Pecco, in the usual variety of packages. jIhese
teas are all country packed, end a large proportion of fine
At 11 o'clock in front of the auction store.
Sherry Wine-2 hds and 2 buts sherry wine
Madeira--i pipe, 2 hds and 5 qr casks Madeira
Molaases-40 hids molasses
Wine Bottles-20 hampers wine bottles
Sugar-6 hds aid 26 bis Porto Rico sugar
Spanish Segars-40,000 Spanish segar?
Potatoes -At 12 o'clock on hoard the ship Terre de Fue,
at Dover st wharf, 600 hampers French potatoes
Sot--At 12 o'clock on Dover st wharft alongside ship
Robin Hood, 1000 sacks Ashton's factory filled Liverpool
Brig Hercules-At lJ o'clock at the M F, the brig Her.
cules, 190 tons burthten, is in good order. Now lies a t
Thompson's wharf, Brooklyn.
Mahogany-At 2 o'clock, on the wha'f opposite the To
bacco Warehouse, 440 logs St Domingo mahogany, large
size and superior quality, cargo of the bchr Savage.
At 11 o'clock, In front ol their Store,
Segars- 1000 boxes Spanish seed segars, rn b & o bexes
Cloverseed-30 casks sup imported, last year's crop
H. is-For account'of whom it may concern, "86 cases
beaver hats, wedl adapted for the city or southern trade.
Wines-200 qr caekr superior Port wine, A Sandeman's
brat d, 209 doSnerry and San Lucar
Fur Seal Skins-At 12 o'clock at 6 Governeur's lane,
about 9000 Lobos Island fur seal skins, being all tfat re.
mar miso lart year's catch, in prime order. Catalogues
will ba ready on Tuesday.
Mraho-any-At 2 o'clock on pier 13 E R, 386 legs St Do.
mino mahogany, eargo ol the -chr Helen Gray.
TUESDAY, 9th April.
Furniture-10 o,0clck. lo. 407 Fourth street, or Albiorn
place, .a large and tashionable assortment of household
and kithehn furniture, con--..ing of Brussels and ingrain
carpets, also rose wood anl piano, damask curtain, rich
window curtains, mahogany chairs, fancy do, mantal an
astral lamps, clock, vases, dining, tea, card, centre and
pier table., pier and mantel glasses, piano, dinner, tea
and breakfast sets, rich cut glass, astral lamps, branches,
French bed3tead, feather beds and bedding, mattrasaee,
Window anid b ed curtains, dressing bureaus, washatand6,
with marble, tops, &c. &c.
Also, the kitchen furniture, with which the sale will
commence. dol
WEDNESDAY, 10th. "
Teas-At 10 o'clock, at the Phenix Sales Room, cargo
of the ship Philip 1st, consisting of Hyson, Itoung Hyson,
Hyson Skin. Imperial, Gunpowder, anJ Pouchong, it)
the usual variety of packages.
Catalognes and samples the day previous to sale.
Household Furniturde-10 o'clock, at No 6 White street,
a general assortment of furniture, consisting of Brussels
and ingrain carpets ani rugs, mantel lamps, candlabras,
clucks. mahoganychairs, dining, tea aid card tables, pier
glasses. China and tdlass ware, sofas and ottomans, rich
satin damask window curtains, oil cloths, French bed-
steads, oil painting, &c. &c.
WALDEN PELL, Auctioneer.
BY D c. d W, VE1,1L.
Store No.s? Wallstreet
D C & W Pell will give pa, ticular aCtention to salee o
household furniture.
At j of 11 o'clock in front of the sore,
London Siz--To Paper Maker--29 casks English
Sizeing,ot the description used in England for printing arid
writing papers. The above was shipped as a sample to
ih:s country, and will be sold to the highest bidder to close
a concern
1:allan Marble-At 3 o'clock on Judd's wharf, cargo of
brig Lycoming, from Leghorn, consisting of blocks and
gold and white veined Italian Marble. Te ms b montia
fjr sums over $100, approvu-d endorsed 0otes.
THURSDAY, April 4th.
At jof 11 o'clock, in front of the auction store.
Battled Wi,,es-626 doz Madeira wires Full particu.
!ara hera after. *. _-

Pure Mountalf Sheriy.-At'12 o'clodk am the store of
Mr John B Lasala, No 49 Broad ,t, n inv-ice of choice
pale Sherry in wood, just received per big Vintage ofror
Uad:z,of the celebrated brand of"Gatton & GastricDone,,
Terms 4 months credit for over $100- May be examined
two days previous to sale by catalogue.
Honduras Mahogany.-The caigo of the brig Olion,
front Honduras, consisting oi 700o feet Mahogany, pant of
very large size. Terms 4 months, approved eniorstd -
iuadeira-Also, 51 half pipes Madeira wine, an entire
invoice, in bond.
FRIDAY, April 6.
Spanish Bells-At 12 o'clock at the store of Messrs Fitch
&k Co,29 New st, 72 Spanish church belQs, on acieditof4
months ior approved endorsed notes.
Irish Marblo.-At 3 o'clock on .'udd's wharf, E R. 104
blocks Irish- n.arble. Catalogues on day of -ale.
Italian Marble.-At 3 o'clock on Judd's wn.arf, E R.
tit cargo Of the bark Noble, from Leghorn consisting of
75 blocKs black and gold and white veined Mliaan marble.
Terms, 6 months, for sums over $i00, approved endorsed
MONDAY, April 8,
At 2 o'clock, at Martin-'s apar Yard, foot of Montgomery
street, E. k.-St Domingo Mahogany, the cargo of schr
General Warre), from Oonaives. consisting of lb5 logs
superior St Domingo Mahogany. Termse4 mos. approved
endorsed notes. Catalogues on Saturday.
TUESDAY, April 9th
At 2 o'clock, on Duryee's wharf, E R.
St Domingo Mahogany- The cargo of the brig Arlot,
con.itirig ol 210 logs St Domingo Mahogany, a superior
parceloi wood suitable for exportation. Catalo/ues on
tie Sth- Terms, 4 mnionths credit for sums over $100 ap-
proved endorsed notes.
Sale of Spanish Bells.-At 12 o'clock at the store No 20
Beaver st, 187 fine toned Spanish bells, taken from the
churches and convaitas in pain. The above bells weigh
i'rm 50 to 3000 lbs, are beautifully ornamented with vattig
cus insc'riptions, some of which are of ancient date. Cata-
logues are ready, and the bells may be examined any time
previous to the sale. Terms, 4 months over $100, alpprov-
ed endorsed notes.
THURSDAY, April 18.I
Handsome Furniture -At 10 o'clock aI No 496 Broad-
way-The valuable Furniture contained in the above
h use, aIl in bhe best c- ndition, and nearly all mate to
order it the beat manner.
FPjDAY, April 1I.
Firmntute-At 10 o'clock, at No -- Bleecker street, the
household furnituie, consisting of a general assortment
Particulars hereafter.
MONDAY, April 22.
Valuable Furniture-At 10 o'clock at No 483 gr'adway,
the entire household furniture rontaine', in the above
house, comprising a large assortment ia good order.
Catalogues will be ready three days previous to sale.
TUESDAY, Apiril 23.
Furniture-at 10 o'clock, at No. *,) Mercer street, the
furniture contained in tlie above house, consistir.g ol card,
pier, dining and centre tables, mahogany chairs, carpets,
glasses, kitchen furniture, &e.
Elegant Furniture-At 1C o'clock, at No 1 Bond at-
Coa uprising a large collection of valuable Furnituie, all
mnde to order-part in Paris.
FRIDAY, April 26C.
Furniture-At JO o'clock, at No 24 Mercer st, the fur.
ninre contained in the above house, comprising Brussels
carpet, mahogany chairs, dining, centre and pier tables,
&c. Further part culars hereafter.
Valuable Furniture-At lO o'clock, at N3 479 Broadway
-The entire rich and costly Furniture, Statuary. &c.
contined in the above house, consoting mi part of royal
wilton, Brussels and other carpets, rich drawing room
furniture of fine blue silk damask, damask and sutin cur-
tains Lo match, mantel and pier mirrors, of very large size,
splendid clock and mantel ornaments, sofas,divairs,tto-
mans, pier, card, centre, dining, and other tables, piano,
secretary, marble washstands, French bedsteads anid bed.
di;,g, dinner, tea, and coffee sets, of modern patterns, cut
glass, &c &c. The above was all made to order for the
present owner, in the nest rranier. andi ,ill hb e,,,,,,o i

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;O4,)ATO PILLS.-Theoriginsland genuineare on NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS
a ly prepared byDr. Miles, who ftom along strieso L E .
a ieful.uperimentssucceeded in obtaining this valuable h A qt
onasiitute an lnvaluab'e substitute for calomel. To saitrora New York on the 25h, and Liverpool on
". lyspapsia, affections of the liver, nsumption fthe the Lath ofeach month.
~~~t toe aa13t roincN m yontoh he2 ,an ierolo
t,,, ,ei srick headache, irregularities in the secreton, OM NEW YORK.
and in a multitude of complaints arising therefrom, this New shipROSCIUS, apt, John Collins, 25th March.
nseliclne has not its superior. A trial merely is requested Ship SIDDQNS, Capt Mex'rBritton. 25thApril.
sd teost its merits and mty be resorted to with perfect r.on- Q htp SHERIDAN Capt. Aug. F. B epeyster, 25th May.
4ldenca and safety. Ship GARRICK, Capt. N B. Palmer, 25th June.
*** Applications for agencies, or forte purchase of this FROM LIVERPOOL.
medicine by wholesale, may be made to Ship SIDDONS, 13th February.
GODDARD & BUTLER, & Gold street, SHERDAN 13th March
General Agents. 1t Ship SHERIDAN, 13Eh March.
General Agents. Ship GARRICK, 13th April.
Put up In boxes oi 25 and &0 cents each- New ship ROSCIUS. 13th May.
g-_ Sold also at retail by M. C. Slocum, 383 Broadway; These ships are aU of the first c'ass, upwards of
Gntard & Delluc, 2 Park row and 183 Broadway ; Tho- 00 tons,buiitinthecity,' Few York,with suchimprove-
mi T. Green, 349 Broad say; J. Milliau, 183 Broadway mcnt as combine great speed with unusual comfort for
George D1). Coggesnall, 421 Pearl, cor. Rose street; Adam- enia Ee rea ee t n t r
son & Oliff,9 Blowery and 699 Broadway; John D. Dodd, passenger. Every care has been taken in the arrange
mert of their accommodations. The price of passage
643 and771 Broadway; H.A Green, cor of Rivingtonand hence is $l'0, for which ample stores, including sine,
Clinton streets; J &J. Coddington, 227 Hudson, corner &c., will be provided. These ships will be commanded
of Spring street; Dr. W. Murphy, 2;8 Division street, by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to
and ushton &Aspinwall, 110 Broadway, and 10 Aa2or give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners
House of these ships will be accountable for any letters, parcels
& U. WOOD, stationers, Printers, Llttograpimkk or packages sert by them, unless regular bills of lading
a* and Blank Book Manufacturers, No. 18 Wall st. are signed therefore. For freight or passage, apply to
(Turniss' Buildings) next door below th- Mechanics E K. COLLINS & CO. South st. New York, orto
3ank, N.Y. ., WM. &JAS. BROWN & CO., Liverpool.
*STATIONEIY -Thevarlcus articles of Stationery o Letters by the packets will be charged 12J cents per sin-
ie bestquality. gle sheet, 50 cents per ounce, and newspapers I cent each.
rBLANK BOOKS -A general ssoritment of Blank Ac mh21
C ount oc ("s constantly for sale, or manufactured ofsupe FOR NEW ORLEANS.
rior paper, ruled to any pattern, and bound in the neatest F W O A .
and most durable manner atshort notice
RULING AND BINDING executed with neAtnets #ad
PlanCLuality. ..
WRITING PAPERS, from the differentmanufactories, Louisiana and New York Line of Packets.
*. various qualities. Also, Cartridge, Copying, Tracing, (To sail every Saturday.)
-..od Wrapping Papers .. .. Shi MISSISSIPPI, Beebe, master, to sail 9th March.
LITHOGRAPHY.--T. & C. W. having purchased D. VF LOUISVILLE, Allen, t 1sth "
0. Johnson's Lithographic Plates, Press, &c. are now pre- SARATOGA, Hathaway," 23.1 "
vared to furnish Notes, Drafts, Bills of Exchange, Bills of a HUNTSVILLEEldridge, 30th "
",%diL5, Labels, &e. at slhortnotice New ship I" 0th April.
& gei.ral stsyrtment of Law, Custom-house, and Mer New ship A ih
xfreNew ship 13h
SAntile Blanks, instantly on hand, also, Maps of the Uni. New ship h
ted States, andrPpcket Maps of eacA.3tate, Writing Desks Ship YAZOOTrask, 4 27th
and Travelltng Oases, Pocket Books, Wallets, PenclICas. S HAKSPEARE, Cornell," 4th May.
as, Penkniives OQril~sSteel Pens1 &c. &c
T, PenknivT. QC.u o, Steel Pens, &c. c The above ships are all of tne first class. coppered and
Printing. B Ca g, Aruetngow prepared to exeute ordei copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and built in this
Pmrinting. Beasisg, Rulingeor Llibograply, with the ut city expressly for the trade, with elegant accommodations
most noat heSo and 4&,svatc N, d?,l
o for passengers, and commanded by able and experienced
A TWILL'S MUSIC SALOON, 201 Broadway, N masters. The price of passage from New York to New
Y., where may always be obtained a large and val Orleans is fixed at $80, ani from New Orleans to, New
able assortment of Music, Musical Instrument%, arid York at $90, without liquors. They will at all times be
Music Merchandise of every variety, and of the first towed up and down the Mississippi by steamboats and the
q btai strictest punctuality observed in their time of sailing.
Uew and flshionable Music, also standard publliatii 'Neitherthe ownersor captains of these ships will, be re-
lf old and valuable Music..a o-mts and Instruction Books, sponsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones,' aLver or
Church Music, and e,..v. re fyute, &c. plated ware, or for any letters, parccel orpackage sent by
The suocrnibei i. ,,,Ivde regular- supplies of all Music or put on boat rdofthem, unless regular bills of lading are
,pblications from k.angid, France, Germany, and Italy. taken for the same, and the value thereinexpressed. All
Must, bound in superior style, withsprlng backs.: goods sent to the subscriber, will be forwarded free of com-
TT'e subscriber respectfully informs the public that mission. For freight r" passage, apply to,
haSitig mude arrang ements with the manufacturer, he will E. .COLLIINS CO,. 3 South st.
be constandy hu'lpoed With PiknO'Forte b6feyevfy deecrip- No goole received after Friday evenbiw. mh9
tion, which, for superiority of toucHn, ricftiess of tone, and ST'EAM SHIP G EA C WESI'ERN,"
elegance of workmanship, are not surpassed by anV in the J 13,0 tons burihen.
C-lintry. J
Ureat attention will be given to orders for Piano Forte Liett 1 me& Hosken, R. ., Commander.
Tunings, both a regards the manner of Ttuting and ETWE N YR
the punctuality. (rfexeutin- orders. BETWEEN N. YORK
Ttie stock of Music Metchandise-is very extensive, em AND
bracing every article appertaining to Music, both o* Euro BRISTOL.
pean and American manufacture The following days are
Instruments repaired in the most expedlaqas manher.4 fixed upon fior the sailing
r Seminaries, Music Dealerd, and A t tsof the pro. of the above ship for the
oasion, supplied on the most reasonable terms. Orders 7 Mrremainder of the year.
roln every part of the Unilted States, or elsewhere, at. From Bistol. From New York.
ended to with te peatoet care an, despatch. by address 23d March, 20th April, ..
king- JOSEPH F. ATWILL, 19th May, 13th June,
ith7 201 Broadway, near.St., Paul's Chutch. 8th July,-[ lest August,
"TO ..r .. 2tth August,' 21st Septemler,
O kR.I6 TOOfH WASi, Prepared fromiticorigtna 19Lh October, 'th November; 4011
receipt19th October, 1 Dth November;
receipt only by DANIEL GODDRD, 8 Gold Fare to Bristol, including wines, h&c. in bast state
street, New York. hpro rooms, thirty five guineas, ($1t3 33,)-in other state
The Orris Tooth Washis purely a vegetable prepaation rooms, thirty guineas, ($140.) Children under 13, and
possessing the properties of cleansing the teeth and coouth, servants, half price. Stowari's fees 1 10, $6,613.) No
restoring the gums to a healthy state, and preventing any steerage or second class pis'engers taken.
unpleasant taste or odour in the mouth, whether ai ising An experienced Surgeon is attached to the ship.
from decayed teeth, or from a deranged state 9f the For freight or passage, from New York, apply to
stomach. .RICHARD IRVIN, 98 F.:ntst.
"s Sound teeth and white teeth are the most valuable por- fe21 Agent of the Great Western Stean Ship Co.
tons of poor humanity, but how many neglect the atten-
tion necessary for their preseivt ation, even when surround f- HOBOKEN FERRIES.
ed by all the means needed. Among these we know of The steamboats HOBOKEN and
none more pleasant and effectual than the Orris iooth .PIONEER will ply constantlybe-
Wash, ilt cleanses and whitens the teeth, strengthens the la ... l.tween Barclay street and Hoboken.
gums, purifies tha mouth, aod sweetens the breath. We The EWARK will leave Canal street at the commence-
gecammerd its use to all, young and-old..,-,[B(pqton Tost.] meat of each hour and half hour, and Hoboken every in-
"The OrrisWooth Washi lte best detergent we ever termedlatequarterduring the day.
used on our enameL"-LBosion Tanscript.1 NEWARK AND NEW YORK-Fare, 181 Cents.
,To Ms Punauc.--T'h concurrent testimony of the most The PASSAIC will commence running on theist Mach,
eminentt Det.sitsand members of the medical faculty in and leave as follows, (Sundays excepted):
avcy part of the Union, ia united in favor of the lOrris Leave Barclay st., N. Y. Leave Newark.
Tootis Wash At 10 o'clock, A.M. At.T7 o'clock, A. 0.,
From Dr. Ele.az t Parmley, Dentist. I mhl 4 o'clock, P. M. 1 o'clock, P. M.
I have used Vie" Orris Tooth Wash," and having ueea
made acquainted with the vpsious articles of which it is NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD.D QQ.
co nposed, teel great pleasure In recommending it as an LEM
agreeable, wholesome, and ellicient wash for the mouth. IA W
.No. il Park Place, 2New Yurk, Jan. 1833. 6
P From N. Dodge, manufacturer of Imitation Incourupti. On and after the let day of May, the cars will leave
le Teeth, and Surged-i Dentist. New York. Walker street and Harlem, from, o'clockck A, M. to 9
SGentlemen-I consider your Orris Tooth Wash the o'clock P. M. in the following odil, -,o'clock A.. N., 7, 8.
t. st in use. I wiihto keep itconstantly on haudlor these 8. 9,9f, to, 11, 12, 1P. M., anD every half hour 'until .
q patients ; please send me a supply, o'clock P.M.
122 Canal steet, New Yolk, July 1&, 1433. Extra cars will, be fur-Wahed, wbeA.reqpired by parties,
Jan. 23 Signed N. DODGE. at $5 a trip each way.
ADEAU'S CELESitAT'hD dTRENUTHENING N B -Passengera observing any.negect of duty or in-
SPLAS rER-Prepared fui pains or weakness in the solent language on &he. part of any one employed by the
breast, side, bak or limbs; also, lor gout, rheumatism, Company, aieroqoated to make their complaints at the
liver complaint, and dyspepsia, for coughs, colds, asthma; office, 77 Bowery. By otder of the Committee,
difficulty of breathing, oppression o0 the stomac(i, &e, they mh29 J.S. W>-HII.aNI. Superintendent.
will give immediate ajad soothing relict; and for ple-,sant. '- .~ NEW ARRANG EMENT.
ness, safety, ease and certainty, are deciledly superior to Commencing April let, l?39.
mosa of theother remedies, 8ueh personswhose business )NZ W JaaEY RAILROAD & TRANSPORTATION
or avocationa require that.he sh~uxld itand or sit much.or i COMPANY.-
those o seifentary habits generally, who may be troubled irmirnmmi .fiL- rma i i M
with pains in the side or bicast, are' advmedto try one of 2
these beauttifl plasters, as they are essentially ditfrent ___________________________
^n from all other, and are free from those objections which :, ,

u are so reasonably mnade higalust plastars genera~liy. t 'Jars \IVWeK 3i=t~ha y iCt^f& Z1 BV b~&,OitaT. W,j
The proprietor hbt lad tlh.e measure qf selling hee |cent ; Rahway, SO eints ; Nsw Brunswick,75. cents.
daily for a lumber 0f years In thtitiiy ; and 1'the many NEW BRURSWICK TRAINS. ,
thoua ,ds who haye used them, he has not heard of a so. Leave New York(at the foot Of Liberty st.)
litary complaint. They ar& patronised extensively by the At 8 o'c',ock, A. M. daily.
medical profession; and there is not probably an Intelli- 4j '" P, M. do.
giin physticial in the United States or Europe that would 6 P. M. daily (Sundays excepted.)
hesitate t, sanction them with. lis name orinfluence, when Leave N sw Brunswick.
made acquainted witf their omfpo~tuion. At 7 o'clock, A. M daily (Sunday excepted.)
"Piinteui direc'tions accompany each plaetar5-aigned by 12j noon daily. _
meinmyownhandwriiiugto coriwtrieit which will be 9 P. M. do.
punished as a forgery. Perse s ah M buying thew will NEWARK ACCOMMODATION LINE.
temnaiber to ask ilr: BAjJEAU'S TR tN(ITHENlNG ,Fo o Goutlandt st, New York)
PLAS rPE, and see tIkar th yr g~et the directions thus sign. ( Every day, Sund day excepted.)
ed. They are pu, in bpX -a wittb attraCtive show bills-will e Leave Newark
keep with ut initty iy any ed to a ny part o0 the UVited States er British Provinces, as -tI *o c-oc",, 7A ., ,,
per older, and a libeal discount made to Lhcse who buy to 2 P. M. I 8 "
salt again. InconciusionuI have only to add, that msntan- 4 l 10 "
ces are so ntumierotus itn whico the moat salutary eff ctS 1 '" P. M.

hiava beeau prui.uct lIy using thaem, tnhat they are recoai- 3 "
mended witft the most entire cotfidence to all those who 56 ,, ,
a,.e tus afflicctel. Night Line, (Sundays excepted.)
They are sold in thic city at the foilowiag place only- LeaveNew York at o'clock P. M and leae -
At the Bowery Medicine store, 260 Bowery, i,.,d at the
Ba ieat, viedicine store, 409 Bowey, cover oz Sev th t. ark at 10io'clock P. M-Q [Philadelphia Train.]
B 7 Iw N.s BW. BADEAU. Fare between Jersey City andl Newark, 37j ients.
hJ lw N. W. BA A. Passengers whoprocure their tickets at the Tick eeb Of-
Ouili 4l,"k i. C .hat,,elorms whiait promise* fces, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides prevenutng
L o8,isa. put)li, benefactor. Such thae confusion and delay after crossing the river.
NEV ENQIAND COUGH SYRUP Tickets are received Uy the Conductors ooly on the
Aas proved itself to be, by having been successfully tried day when purchased.
in all parts of the country. Many thousand certificates The Town Tracks It the City of Newark btyAlean ian-
might be obtained of its value and etficiency If the pro- derlet,and passengers will be carried to &ad;ftom the De-
prietors were diaposadto collect them, in corroboration ol pottomeet the arrival and departure of .aatrainsfor 6j
which they wIll simply give an extract of a letter lately certseact, mh30
reonivedfrom their agents, Messrs. Masters & Co. of Port. -
land, Me., wh-re coughs, colds, and pulmonary affections CAMDjN AND AMUO IKAIXVOAD LINE
prevail as much as any where; and where as great a va- FOR P1kiAD,<HIA.
riety of remedies have been offered. They say, '. We 12 1 rt. t&bN
have universally recommended your Cough Syrup as su
perior to any other cough preparation we know 0f. anU
we are happy in being able to do so from the numerous
and unaninious esd njmniale in -its favor from all to wh o [D ally_,-A S u "fay' exceptedu,) al, 7 o'clock, ,
we have sold it. We believe your syrup will event-, fly m pierNo.. North Rive.
we hae *XV'EN O'01CLOC LINE.
lead all others in its efficacy." The proprietor' wout.
dtdd that what, gentlemen say ti corroborated b- more than By @,*hmbo-t INDERENDENC, to Sout., Amdfboy,
one hundred agents in different parts of t:e coautry, and from thpr;te to Bordentown, via ltiirad. and from
they thurers confidently recommend to the ublc as a tbpre in, iteamboat, an arrive I Philadelphia at 2
highly valuable family on trial pit will o'cloeh4 P,.X
f highly valuable family in.* otial im Fare tint eabov.e line, $3. Forward Deck I passengers
found not aonly the moa edy apu but the most pleasant to P.l]adef hpi' 2"25.
and agreeable remedy t0o. met with. They will guarntee ', R EH D AN D MGNMOUTH INE.- By the;i
this much by offerlAo 'g ai o to refund tbL* Pay, in rlt10. N OMUH'IE-B h;
case uch ert- I grads, to refund Lh, pay in )'clock boat, via Raihioad to Hightstown, from thence to a
every case whar srief not obtained. 4-Freehold by stages, Fare to Freehold,$1 60.
rold wb"l.aale by the proprietors *'&tRENTON LINE-By the 7 o'clock boat.Far to
GODDARD k BUI'JLER, %Goldstreet. renton 2. forward deck passengers to Trenton,
iAndatretailby Rushton & Aspinallt I Q Brpadway '$1 o. ,
10 Astor House, M. C. Slccum 303 Broadway, corner o rlFareto PerthanvdSouth Amboy,50centtK
Duane street, Soullard SL DOiluc, 68 Broaday. and 2 Park IRA BLISS,Agent.
Row, John B. Todd, 643 BroadwaY corner of Bleecker AllBaggageattherlskofitowner. mhl8
street, and 771 Brajway,, corner kh street, George W .
X-mblry, 77 &ast Broadway, coTner of blarket street, D. NEW-YORK AND PHILADELPHII RAILROAD
Clay, cor. of Varipki anFd.ranklinsreets, J. L. Schieffe LINE-DIRECT.
ln corner of Canal and Lauress streets. I Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trentoam.
or sale also as above.
or 'THE OaRIS 'TOOTH WASH. Rr-'r Bycontinuous line of Railroad from Jersey City (oppo'-
This-article is cotfldetly recommended for the con. site New York) into the city of Philadelphia crossing e i
slant use of all who wishto preseive a sound set of teeth, Railroad Bridge at Trenton.
witii healthy gums ald sweet-breath. 'Toshow theestima. Leave New-York, from the foot of Liberty street, dallyi.
tion in which it lIs held by the facut;t, recommendations i
have been re rokyedr fr'om, tA9p following, jaid accompany
each bottle* to iit I .
ir Zleezeir Parinel]N Dentist, Park Place, N Y -
t'eo Clay, Dentist, East Broadway, N Y AMorning Line, at 8 o'clock, A. M. _. f
N Dodge, Dentist, Calal st, N Y IMail Pilot Line, at 4h o'clock, P. M.
,L 'Parnley, DeDiust, Augusta, Gee Fare through in both lines, $4.
T W Parse, M D, Surgeon D.mtit, Boston, Massj Passengers will procure their tickets at thie Office, foom
E A Davenport, M D, Boston .rA of Liberty street, where a commodious Steamboat wdil be
S A Shurtleff, M D do in readiness to convey them to Jersey City, with baggage
Jno RandalL, MI D do- crates )n board
W Channing, M D do Philadelphia baggage goes through without being opeB-
S M Weeks, M Di Tuscaloosa, Ala ed by the way.
J H Harris, MD, Nashville, Ternn p :Passengers by the tMorning Line, arrive in Philadelphia
S I Leggett, M D, Surgeon-Dentist, Zanesvii N Peabody, M D, do Salem. Mass M,.il Pilot Line delivers passengers in Philadelphia at
... ..-. TM AD Pntiatlnil M_. 11 'Ielock P M_ for,- hnurts in advance nf th, p. Mltail.


The proprietors of the several Lines of Packets ",e.
tween New York and Liverpool, have arranged fortheir
sailing from each port on the 1st, 71tl, 13th, 19th and 25th
of every month ; the ships to succeed each other in the fol-
I wing order, viz;

M 0 M 0ItE P--"
C! M X M!Ioo (n^op<3

0 10 M iC")"..,
pq CO M M
<' I These shp are alof the fr c abl command

at$4, n ro ierolt Ne York l at3 uies
3 0-C



-ubu, Sout Ame-ric t a,- ngtlan-d Orp-hes an a

CW W. s 50 o2 -s

50* 50- 5, -'|-

0 0 t^> I'
..aCS aa .-0 Y,~ S
A t. _4--- ow C-0 W -- C"
no ey- o oci a- ,n a- u O0 '5-lO
.Ca t_4
-o -53 non> -~ '- e..- tO -. ^-' S -a e^ '** -tk

1,Z,- -a> to tS0 .- 50a

k These ships are all-ofthle first class, and ally command.,
ed, with elegant accommodations for passengers. The
price of passage from New York no Liverpool, is fixed
at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at 35 guineas,
including wines, stores and bedding. Neither the cap-
taitsor owners will ho responsible for any letters, par-
cels or packages, unless regular bills of landing are
Agents for ships Oxford, North Ametic., Europe, Co-
lumbus, South America, England, Orpheus, and Cam-

GOODHUE & CO. or 64 South st,N. York
C. H. MARSHALL, s t,N.lore.
BARING, BROTHERS & CO. Liverpool..

Agents for ships Weltchester, Virginian, Sheffld, and
United States,
ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st, New York.
T. & I SANDS & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ships Shaks:eare, Ir.depeadenoe, -Roscoe
and Geo. Washington,
1 a Froet st,. New York.
Agents for ships Roscius, Siddone, Sheridan. and
E. K. COLLINS & CGO.a6SSoulhtst N. York.
jell WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool.

"te1 Line of Packets for Live pool will hereafter be
aespatched in thUie fQllowing order, excepting that when the
sailing day iaPll on Sunday, the ship will sail on the suc-
ceeding day, viel
SFrma N. York. From Liverpool.
July 1) (Sept. 7
Nov.19>TheORPHEUS-575tons-D.G.Bailey < Jan. 7
Mar.19 (May 7
A mg. 1 .Sept.19
Dec. IThe CAMBRIDGE--850 tons-Ira S Je'19
April I1 Bursley. May 19
-Aug. 19) Oct. 7
SDec. 19 The OXFORD-800 tons-J.Rathbone. Feb. 7
Aprill9) (June 7
Sept. I) heOct. 19
Seat 1The 'NORTH AMERICA--61Ijtons Fc.19
Jan.y I W.E. Hoxie. 'Feb.19
May I Junel9I
Sepl19 The EUROPE-618 tons-E. G. Mar- Novr. 7
Jan19 Mar. 7
Jan 19shall.
May 19 sal (July 7
Oct. 1 The COLUMBUS-663 tons--r B. Nov.19
Feb. Cropper. Mar.19
June 1) Croper. (July 19
FOctb 9 The SOUTH AMERICA-616 tons Dec. 7
June19 W. C; Barstow.- Apil 7
) nI9Aug.7
Nov. 1 }The ENGLAND-730 tons-B. L. Dec.13
Mar. IWaite.. Aprii13
July I) ane Aug. 13
WThese ships are all of the firs class,';commanded by
men of character and experience, and are furnished with
stores of the best kind. Every attention will be paid to
passengers,to promote their comfort and convenience.-
The rate of passage outward is fixed by an understanding
with the proprietors of the other lines, at $t40, including
wines, and stores of every description.
Neither the captains or owneib of these ships will be re
sponsible for any letters, peaeels, or packages sent by
them, unless regular bills of Lading are signed therefore.
For freight or passage, apply to
GOODHUE & CCO.,or)4 .. ., N
C, H. MARSHALL, Sout t N.Y.
o'b a tuionB-10117, 'WA ;'k a'aa b6'0% IA-* 6
.1..EM j wta A. ;M3 t^

To sailbronm New York and Liverpool in the following
order: From New York. From Liverpool.
Ship INDEPENDENCE, AUgec 7 Septjan 25
EzraNy@,(Apr 7 May 26
ShipROSCOE Sep 7 Oct 5
Jan 7 Feb 25
Jos e. Delano, May 7 June 25
WAOct 7 Nov 25
Ship WASHINGTON, Feb 7 Mar 25
)y. Holdredge, June 7 July 25
,Mar 7 Dec 25
Edward Cornell. .Ma7 Dc A 2
tuItT Apr 25
.I These ships are all of the first class, ab commanded,
With elegant accommodations for paasengers. The price
. of passage from New York to Liverpool is fixed at $i4 );
Sand from liverpoolto New York at 36 guineas, including
!; wines, stores and bedding.
Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible for
any letters, parcels, or packages, unriss regular bills of
lading are signed therefore. Apply to
SAgents, 134 Front et., or
sel8 WILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO.20, Liverpool
o sail on the 1st, 10th and20th, of e eryinmonth.

ThisLine of packets, will hereafter b composed o
thefollowing ship, which willsucceeder; other in he
orJei in whichthey are named, sailing panctu,.lly from
;New YorhandPortsmonth on the 1st., 10thand 20th, and
from L.ondon on the7th.17th and -th of each month
as follows:
.From New York. Front Lond.& Ports.
iJan. l Feb. l7iFeb.20
"May I ST.JAMES, Sobor....... Junei17 June20
Sept. 1) (Oct 17Oct. 20
Jan.20) (Mar.7 Mar.10
May 20 GLADIATOR,.Tbo- BrittoeJuly 7 July10
Sept.20) Nov. 7 Nov.10
SFeb. 10) Mar.27 Apr. I
;JunelO QUEBDC F H. Hebard.- Oct. 10) (Nov.27 Dec 1
Feb.20 Apr. 7 Anr 10
i.June20 ,WELLINGTON,'D.Chadwic<< Aug.7 Aug.10
Oct. 20) (Dec. 71De :.10
Mar.10) Apr.27 May 1
SJuly 10> SAMSON,, Russell Sturges Aug.27 Sept. 1
Nov.10) Dec.27 Jan 1
Apr. 1) (IMay 17 May 20
Aug .l ONTARIO, Henry Huttleson Sept17 Sept.20
Dec. 1) (Jan. 17 Jan. 20
T'heae ships are allofthe first class, ahout 600tons ouj
hen, and are commanded by able and experienced navi
gators. Greatcare wilIhe taken thatthe beds, stores, &(.
areofthe best description. The price of Cabin passage
snow fixed at $140, outward, for each adult, which ml
eludes wines and liquors. Neither the captains nor the
*wnersot'these pacts will be responsible for anyle"
t..s, parcels, or pacraages sent by them, unlessregular
4ills of Lading aresigned tb'refor. Apply to
selO 134Frontst..N.Y

(..To sail from New York on the 8th, 16th, and 24th, and
from Havre 1st, 8th, and I6thofevery month.
From News- York. From Hamr-.
Mar.N Ship LOUIS PHILIPIE,-800 Japi. 1
June i 24} ns-J. Castoff. (Aug
Nov. 24) (Jan. 8
Mar. 16. Shin SULLY-- Line._ 3 Mav 1


Y virtue of a Wainant of Distress issued by the So.
licitor of the Treasury of 'he United States, pursuant to
the act of Congress, passed l5th May, 1820, to me directed
and delivered, commanding me in pursuance of the act
atoresaid, to levy, take and sell the estate of Samuel
Swartwout Benjamin Birdsall, Charles L. Livingstont
anid Mangle M. Quackenboas-as by reference to said
warrant, or record thereof, iit the office ol the Clerk of
the District Court bor the District of New Jersey, will
more lully appear.'
I have levied on the real estate hereinafter described,
and will dispose at public auction, at John Bucks Hotel,
in Jersey City, on Saturday, the tweinteh day of April
next, between the hour of twelve at noon, and five o'clock
P. M.-the sale to coiummence at one I) o'clock P. M. on
that day, of all the right, title and interest of the said
Samiuel Swartwout, in and to the same, which he had on
the fourteenth day of Qctobhar last, or at any rtme after.
wards, viz-
All that certain farm or lots of land and premises situate
in the township of Lodl, in the county of Bergen and State
of New Jersey, lying between the rivers Passaic and
Hackensack, amid comrthonly called Swartwout's Mea-
dows," bounded ou tilel(west by lands of Israel Foot, west
and southcriy by the Passaic river, souih by .the Newark,
Bay, easterly by lands 6f Anthony Dey, Esq. and others,
on the narth pritucipally by the Newark Bridge road, said
to contain four hundroci'and ten acres, more or less.
All that tract of land arid premises at Weehawken, in
the township and county olf Bergen, being a water lot pur-
chased by Samuel Swirtwout of Wm. C. H. Waddell,
ArcherGifford and Francis W. Brinley, bounded by lands
of persons tome unknown.
All that certain tract ot land and premises at Hoboken,
in the township and county of BHergen, which was purchae-
ted by Samuel Swartwout of Mahlon P. Green and wife,
as per deed dated February 2nd, 1835, and recorded on the
eighteenth day ofFebruary, 1835, in Liber No. 3 of deeds
fur Bergen county, pages 103, 104, arid 105, tor six acres,
three roods anid thirty six poles. Said tract is bounded
Snortherly by landis ot John J. Benson and C. S. Watkins,
easterly by lands of the heirs of John Stevens deceased,
southerly by the Barge.n Road, and westerly by the east.
ern line of the ''Hobolien Meadows propertyy.,
All that certain tract ot land and p'remtnises, commonly
called the Hoboken Meadows, in the township and county
of Bergen, which was quint claimed by Samuel Stnrm to
Samuel Swartwout, as per deed dated the thu teenth day ot
January, 1836, and recorded the first day of March, 1836,
in Liber 2, 3, of deeds f1r Bergen county, sages 443, 444,
and 445, for three hundred and thirty three acres, more or
less. Said tract Is bounded northerly by Wehawken
Cove, north easterly atij easterly by lands of the heirs of
John Stevens, decoas l, south easterly by other lands of
Samuel Swartwout, and lands of the heirs of John Stevens,
south westerly by lands of Henry Trapliagen, and heirs
of John-i Van Yorst, westerly by lands of the heirs of John
Stevens, and north westerly by lands of the heirs of Charles
Lop, deceased.
_.All that certain tract of land aid premises, in the town-
ship and c-,unty of Bergen, situated at West Huboken,
purchased by Samuel Swarnwout, as wiil more lully ap-
pear by a deed of Cyrus S. Browning and wife to said
Swartwout, dated Ma-ch 16th, 1837, amid recorded April
t2th, l937, in Liber V3 of deeas hor Bergen county, pages
355, 356, and 357, for s.venty-hundredths of an acre.-
- Said lot is bounded on the north and south by other lands
of 'amnuel Swaitwout, oin the east by land of the heirs of
* John Itevens, deceased, and west by Palisade Avenue.
SAll that cenain tract ofl land andl premises in the mown-
ship anid county of Bergen, descrioed In a certain deed
(rota George B. hinis to Samuel Swartwout, bearing date
October 22d, 1836, and recorded the fifth day of Novem-
ber, lff136, in liber T 3of deeds,for Bergen county, page
490,461, 452. acd 463. for seven acres and three.hun-
dredths. Said tract is bounded north by land of the heirs
of John Stevens, aid other lands of said Swartwout, east-
erly by lands of the heirs of John Stevens, southerly by
land of the heirs of John Van Vornt, deceased, and west-
erly by Palisade Avenue.
All that certain tract of land and premises In the town-
ship and county of Bergen, described in a certain deed
fri'om Josiah Hornblower to Samuel SwartwouL, dated the
firstday of May, A D, 1835, and recorded the 14th day
tof September, I'-35, inhliber P 3 of deeds for Bergen coun-
ty, pages 295,295 and .297, for fifteen acres and sevenly-
5even.hundredths. Said tract is bounded no therly by
lands of George 1.. Innis aaoloi hers, easterly by the Ho-
boken Meadows, southerly by other land of Samuel Swart.
wout, and westerly by lands now or late of Van Wage-
nen Syms and others.
All that certain tract or parcel of land and promises
in the township and cour.ty of Bergen, con-
veyed by Samuel Cassedy anid Abel J. Smith, tru-tees
of Anna Hornblower, deceased, to bamuel Swarewout, by
deed bearing date thefl'st day of May, 1835, and is record-
ed September14th, 1835, in thie Bergen county Book of
Records, Liber P 3 of deeds, page 288, lor eighteen acres
and torty-seven hund.tiedths. baid laud is situated at
West Hoboken, and it bounded northerly by oti;er lands
of Samuel Swartwcukt, easterly by HoLoken Meadows,
southerlyby land of Saimuel Swartwout and land of Cor-
nelius Van Vorst, anrid westerly by land of Van Wagenen
Syms and others f
All that tiact or parcel oflandland premises containing
two acres and forty twlo huttuirediths, conveyed by John
Stevens and wife toJothi:, Robert and Samuel Swartwout,
by deed dated July 17tll1, 1IS-, and recorded July ;0th,
1815, in tie records of j Bergen county, liber L 2 ol deeds,
ragc359 ; this said lot Ofland was conveyed by John arid
Robert Swattw'ut arndi wives to Samuel Swarnwout by
deed dated 28th oh Nov ember, 1S21, and recorded 4th of
December, 1821, in lib)er S 2ot deeds for Bergen county,
page 239 ; said tract is situated in tile village of Hobuken:,
and is boundedon nbe eorth by the Bergen road, and on
the eaat, south, and wejt, by laiinds belonging to the heirs
of the estate o1 John Stnivens, deceased
Aiso, all the right, title, interest, claim and demand ol
the said Samuel Swartvout, either in law or equity of, in,
and to the following described tots ol land and premises,
on the second day ot F bruary last, and atany tlimne Lere
after, viz : all those certain lots or parcels o1 land and
premises.-situated, lyin and being in the city of Newark,
in the county of Essex and State of New Jersey, known
and distinguished on a map or chart of said land recorded
in the clerk's office of the said county o1 Essex, as lots
numbers 1,2, 3,4, 5,( 7, 8, 9, IW, 11, 12, 13, 14, Ia, 16,
17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 37, 38a, 39, 40, 42, 66, o7, 58, 59, 6o,
61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, c 7, 68, being a part ol the property
formerly owned by on- C.leb Wheeler and by him con.
veicd to Prudn~u Ailing, by when: it was divided intu
lots and sold puruasmin to nn'*sas-oti enaan aturesatd
Lots numbers 1,2, 3,4, 6, 6,7, 8, 9, 10, ii, 12, 13, 14, 15,
16, 17, 18, 21, 24 artd 23 front on Jersey street, and upon
the River Road, and extend severally in the rear to the
Passa c Iiver, and lots numbers 37. 38, 39, 40, 41,42, 56,
57, 58, 59, 60,61, 62, 65, 64, 65, 66, 67 and 6b fronton the
River Hoad'or Ftont street; each of the said lots being 3d)
feet in width in front arid rear.
Said lots wete conveyed by deeds from Prudilen Ailing,
A. W. Cory, John H.iPoundsn, W Stevens and John P.
Jackson, no Henry Y ttes, E-sq in whose name these lots
or parcels of land above descrioed, will be four.d ( f record
as aftiesaid ; said lotsi collectively are occupied amid used
as the Morris Canal Coal Yard.1
Each ard every one 'of the above described lots, pieces or
parcels of land, together with the heredinaments and alpur
nenances ai pertaining or belonging to each and every of
them levied un by me, I will dispose of at Public Auction,
at the place, day, and hour ahoioeaid, as tully and amply
as I am empowered by the warrant aforesaid, and the Act
referred to. JOHN S. DARCY
V. S. Marshal for the District of New Jersey.
Dated March 18 1839. mhl9tdtAp20

Vi orderl1 the Hon. M. Ulshoefler, k rit Judge of
New York Common Pleas, notice is hereby given
pursuant to their provisions ot'thestatute authorizing attach
ients against non resident uebtora, that an attachmuten
has issued against the estate of Samuel W. Skinker, a
resident of the State of Virginia, and that the same will
be sold forthepayment ot his debts, uiJess heappearand
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 him by resientEs of this
State,and thlie delivery to himn, or for his use, o any pro
perty within this State, belonging to him, and the transfer
of any such property by him, are forbidden by law, and
are void -Dated the 9th day of July, 1838
HENtty '-. DAVIES,
jylO law9m Attorney for Attachtng Creditors.
N pursuance of an order of the Suirogate of the Coun-
Sty of New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against Edwin Beach, late of the City of
New York, deceased, to present the same with the vouchL
era thereof to the subscrioer, at her residence, No. 49 Wat,
ten street, or at the office of Burr & Benedict, No. 73 Nas-
sau street, in the City of New York, on cr before the
twentieth day of June next.
Dated New York, the thirteenth day of December, 1838,
d14 law6m ELIZA BEACH, Administratrix.
A T a Court of Chancery, held for the Sta.e eo New
York, at the City of Albany, on the filth day of
March, one thousand eight hundreJ and thirty nir.e-
Present-Reuben H. Walworth, Chancellom.
Reyna Moses an'd others vs. Richard William Killick,
Isaac Lopez Brandon, Samuel Ward, James 0. King,
Edward Prime Samuel Ward, Jr., and Donning Duer.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of tie Court,
thatthe defendants, Richard Willim Killick and Isaac
Lopez Brandon reside out of the United States, to wit: at
the island of Barbaaoes in the West Indies; On motion ( I
Mr Julius Rhoades, of counsel for the complainants, it is
ordered that the said Richard W'liam Killick and Isaac
Lopez Brandon cause their appearance to be entered and
notice thereof to be served on the complainants' solicitor
within nine nnths from thaFdate of this order, anid i-
case of their appearance that they cause their answer to
the complainants' bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be
served on the complainants' solicitor' within furry days
after service of a copy of said bill; and in default thereof,
the said bill m y-be taken as confessed by them. And it is
further ordered, that the said complainants within twenty
days cause this order to bepublished in the State paper,an
in thod' New York American," and that the said public
lion be continued in each of the said papers at least once
in each week Ibr'eisht weeks in succession, on that they
cause a copy of this order to be personally served on the
sad Richard William Killick and Isaac Lopez Brandon at
least twenty days before the time prescribed for their ap-
pearance. Cf'py,
appearance. CyJOHN M. DAVISON, Register.
R. H. OGDEN, Complainants' Solicitor.
rnhi4 lawSw

T a Coutof hancery held for the State of New


A T a vouit of Chancery held lor the State of New
York, at the city of Albany on the nineteenth day of
March, one thousand eight hundred and thiity.nine.
Present, Reuben H. Walworth, Chan ellor.
John N.Woodaid and ethers, vs Edward Tremayne
and Sarahi Henrietta Charinie his wife, James S Davis,
Isaac Baldwin, Lewis Bayer, Augustus Moiitz and
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this
court, that the Defendants, James S. Davis and Isaac
Baldwin, reside out of this State, but are residents of the
United States, to wit: the said James S. Davis of the
State of Pennsylvania, ann the said Isaac Baldwin of the
State of New Jersey ; and it appearing likewise by affida.
vit to the satisfaction of this court, that the said defendant,
Lewis Bayer, resides out of ttis State, to wit in the king-
dom of France, and that the said defendant, Angus.
tus rMoriti resides out of this State, to wit : in the
Republic of Texas: on motion of Smith Barker:
solicitor for the complainants, it is ordered that the
said defendants, Jurnmes S. Davis and Isaac Baldwin,cause
their appearance to be entered in this cause, arid notice
thereof to be servedd on the complainants' solicitor within
four months from (he date of this order, and in case of the
appearance of the a id defendants, that they cause their
answers to the complainants' bill to be filed, and copies
thereof to be served on the complainants' solicitor, within
forty days alter service of a copy of said bill ; and in de-
fault thereof, said bill of complaint may be taken as con.
fessed by them ; and it is further ordered that the said
defendants, Lewis Bayer and Augustus Moritz, eau-e
their appearance to be entered in this cause, and
notice thereof to be served on the complainants'
solicitor, within nine months from the date of this order ;
and in case of the appearance of the said last name de-
fendants, that they cause their answers to the complain-
arnts' bill to be filed, and copies thereofto be served on the
COUmlainar.ts' solicitor within forty days after sei vice o'f a
copy of said bill, and in default thereof, that said bill may
be taken as confessed by them ; and it is further ordered
that within twenty days the said complainan's cause this
order to be published in the State paper, and in the "New
York American," a newspaper printed in the city and
county of New I ork, and that the said publication be con.
tinued ineach of the said papers at least once in each
week for eight weeks in succession, or that they cause a
copy of this order to be personally served,,n the said de-
fendants respectively, at least twenty days before the
time prescribed for their appearance. Copy, .W
mh23 laww JOPN M. DAVISON, Register.
I OTICE.-The undersigned having been appointed
i by the Hon. Thomas J. Oakley, Associate Justice o
the Supreme Courtof the City of New York, Trustees of
property, estate, funds and effects of John Brown anc
Hugh Brown, non resident dehtois: do hereby require all
person indebted to such r:on resident debtors, on or before
the first day of April next at the office of' Henry E Davies,
No I Hanover street, in the City of New York, to render
an account ol all debts and sums of money owing by them
respectively, to said trustees, and to pty the same : And
all perstins having in their possession any property or ef-
fects of such debtors are required to deliver the same to
t'ie sa;d Trubtees by tlie diay above nzmed. And all the
creditors ot ithe said non resident debtors are required to
deliver their respective accounts and demands to the said
trustees or one of them, on or before the 15th day of April
Dated New York, March 7, 139.
mh9 lawtapl Attorney for Trustees.
A T a Court of Chancery held lor the State of New
York, at the city of New York, on the first day of
March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty.nine,
Present -William T. McCoun, Vice Chanicellor of the
First Circuit.
Emilie Majastrie vs. Anson Blake and Elizabeth W.
his wile, and Ferdinand Prengruebar.
It appearing upon proof by affidavit, made in this cause,
by John F. Milchtl solicitor for the complainant, that
Ferdinai.d Prengruebar, a defendant hereii, resides out ol
tis State, and is a resident of France or Italy. On filing
ai affidavit, and on motion of Williani mitchell, or
counsel for dih complainant, it is ordered,that thesaid Fer.
dinand Prengruebar cause his appearance to be entered
herein, and notice thereof to be served on the complain-
ant's solcitor, within nine months from the date of this
order, and in case of his appearance, Ihat he cause
his answer to the complainant's billho be filed, and a copy
thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor within
foity days after set vice ol'f a copy of said bil : and that
in default thereof', said bill of complaint be taken as con-
fessed by him. And isi further ordered, that withintwenty
days from the date of this order, the said complainan
cause this order to be published in the State paper, and in
the"'New York American,'" printed in this State for eight
weeks in succession, ard once at least in each week, or
that the said complainant cause a copy of this order to bete
served on the said Ferdinand Prengruebar personally, at
least twenty day s before the time herein before pi described
lor his appearance. (Copy,)
imhll law8a 8JOkHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
N UTIC;E-In pursuance of the statute is hereby
given, that tihe undersigned have been appointed
trustees of all the estateo1 Etnoch W. Miner, a non-re
sident debtor.
All pwrons indebted to said Etoch W Miner are re-
quired by the first day of Viay next, at the office of Chase,
Nmith and Burnrill, in Lockport, to render an account of
all dtbts and sums of' money owing by them respectively
to such trustees arid to pay the same.
All persons having in their possession any property or
eff Cs ol any such debtor, are required to deliver the
same to the said trustees by the said first day of May next.
A0l creditors of said Enoch W. Miner are requited to de-
liver their respective accounts and demands to the said
trustees or one o'f then by th,- first day ol June next.
Dated Lockport, Niagara Co., N. Y. March 10, 1839; &
t._law3w EDWARD 1. CHASE. .

A T a Lourt of Chancery held for the State of rNew
YorL at the City of Albany, on the nineteenth day
ot March, one thousand'eight hundred and thirty-nine--
Present-Reuben H. Walworth, Chanceilor.
&Joseph W. Duryee and others,,vs. Edward Tremayne
and Sarah Henrie.ta Charidie his wife, James S. Davis
Isaac Baldwin, Lewis Bayer, Augustuj Moriiz. an(
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction oflithis Couit
that the defendats, James S. Davis and Iiaac Baldwin
reside out oi this State, but are residents of the Unrite(
States, to wit :-the said James S Daviso0 tl'e State o
Pennsylvania, andt the said Isaac Baldwin of the State o
New Jeriey; amid it appearing likewise by aflifavit to the
satisfaction of this Lourt, that the said defendant, Lewis
Bayer, resides out of this 'State, to wit :-in the Kingt'orr
of Fiatice; and that the said de'en(dant, Augustus Moritz
resides out of this State, to wit: in the Republic of Texas
On motion ol Smrth Barker, solicitor for the complainants
it is ordered, that the said defendants, James S Davis anc
Isaac Baldwin, cause their appearance to be entered in
this cause, and notice thereof te be served on the complain.
ants solicitor within four miothes from the date of this or-
der, and in case o! the appearance of thesaid defenm'anti
that they cause their answers to tt-e complainants' bill tc
be filed aud copies thereof to be served on the complain.
ant' solicitorr within forty days after service of a copy ol
said bill, and in default theiteotr said bill of complaint may
be taken as centelssed by them ; and it is further ordered,
that the said defendants, Lewis Bayer and Augustus
Monrtz, cause their appearance t'. be entiied in this cause,
and notice thereof to be served on the complainants' solici
tor within nine months- inrom the dale of this order; and in
case of the appearance of Hie said last named defendants
that they cause their answers to the complainants bill to be
filed and copies thereof to be served on the complainants
solicitor within forty days after service of a copy of said
bill, and in default thereof that the said bill may be taken
as confessed by them. And it is further ordered that within
twenty day the said complainants cause this older to be
published in the State paper and in the New York Ameii.
can, a newspaper printed in the city and county of New
York, and that the said publication be continued in each
of the said papers at least once in each week for tiht
weeks in succtssion, or that thi y cause a copy of this or-
der to be personally served on the said defendants re-
spectively at least twenty days before the time prescribed
for their apj earance. Copy,
mh23 lawSw JOHN M. DAVISON, Register.
T a Court of Chancery held for thie stare of New
Y York at the City (f New York, on the tv enty Fe-
venth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and
thirty nine-
Piosent-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
Ann Smith vs. James E. Underhi.l, and Louisa A his
wile, Willjard Leonaid, Maria V. his wife, William R.
Fosdick and Heniy J. Williams and John Kean, Execu-
tors, &c
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant, William R. Fosdick resides out of this
State, but is a resident of one of the United States, to wit .
of theState of Louisiana;that the defendant, John Kean,
resides out of this Itate but is a resid. n' of one of the Uni-
ted States, to wit: of the State of Niw Jersey, and that
the defendant, Henry J. Will-ams, resides out of this
State but is a resident of one of the United States, to it ;
of the Slate oTPennsylvania. On motion of Mr. B D Silf
liman, of-ounselfor the complainant, it is ordered that
the said Wiiliam R Fosdick, John Kean anti Henry J.
Williams respectively cause t.eir appearance to be enter-
ed and notice thereof to be set ved on the complainant's so-
licitor within four months irown the date ol this order ; and
in case oh their ap1 earance that they cause their answer to
the comnilainant's bill to be filed and a c )py thereof to he
ci vei- on the complainant's solicitor within forty days
after service of a copy o said bill; and in default thereof
said bill may be taken as confessed by them. Ard it is
further ordered that Aithin twenty days the said complain-
ant cause this older to be pubitrhed in the Slate paper and
in the New York Ameiicao, and that 'he said publication
be continued in each of the said papers at lea-t once in
each week for eight weeks in sueirtioann -a- ,h r ,h1, -... -


PANY.-The Office of this Company is removed to
No 55IWall st, at which place prompt attention will be
given to applications for Insurance against loss or damage
by fire, atthe current rates of premiutom.
J. L. BOWNE, President
J. WILKIE, Secretary. fe6 2m

Y order of the Honorable ichael Ulshoeffer, First
" Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, for the city
and county of New York, notice is heiebygiven, pur-
suantto the provisions of the statute authorizing attach-
ments against non-residemnt debtors, thatan 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 for the payment of his debts,
unless he appear and discharge such attachment, accord-
dingto law, within nine months from the firstpublication
ofthisnotice ; and thatthe paymentofany debts due to
him by residents of this State, and the delivery to him,
or for his use, of any property withinthis State belong-
ing to him, and the transfer of any such property by him
are forbidden by I aw, and are void. Datedthe 25thday
of July, 1839. J. W. WHEELER,
JyA6 law 9m tAl Attorney for Attaching Creditorsh
AT a Court of Chancer'y held for the State of New
York, nt the City of New York, on the eighteenth
day of February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
Thomas Hunt vs. William Bellamy and John Bel-
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant, William Bellamy, is a non resident of
this State, and resides in some rant of Europe: On motion
of Smith Barker solicitor and otf counsel for the complain.
anit, it is ordered, that the said William Bellamy cause his
appearance to be entered and notice thereof to reserved on
the comptainant's solicitor within nine montiis from the
date of this order; and in case of his appeal ance that he
cause his answer to the complainant's bill to-be filed, and
a copy thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor
within foity days after service of a copy of said bi:l ; and
in default thereof said bill of comtiplaint to bo taken as
coniflessed by him. And it is further ordered, that within
twenty days the said complainant cause this order to be
published in the State aper and in the newspaper, enti-
tied '" The New York American," printed in the City of
New York, arid that said publication be continued in
each of sad papers at least orce in ech week foi eight
weeks in succession, or that hle cause a copy of this order
to be personally-erved onthe said William Bellamy, at
least twenty days before the time above prescribed for his
appearance. Copy,
le22 law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
&N OTiCE.-Whereas the undersigned, by order ol
Daniel P. Ingrahiam, Esquire, have been duly ap-
pointed trustees lor all the crediois of Eugene C. Kelly
and David C. Vanderlip. lateot the City of New York,
Who have been proceeded against by attachment as ab-
scor ding or concealed debtors: Therefore notice is hereby
given, that all persons having claims against the said
Kelty and Vandeilrp, ate required to prdsern the same
*ith the vouchers tl.ereof to their subscribers, at the (office
of E. C, GRAY, No. 89 Nassau street, in the City ol
'New York, on or before the 15th day of April next; and
all persona owing or being indebted to the said Kelty and
Vaniderlip, or either of them, are requested to call at the
same place and settle their indebtedness on or before the
said 15th day of April next.
New Iork, March 1st, 19139.

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than Biolles, Complainant and Maurice Bowen and
Elizabeth his wile, Defendant -Order, &c.
It appearing to this Court that the comrplainant has filed
his bill in the above cause, and that process of subpu.
na to appear andsanswer, directed to the deenldantris,
hath been regularly i estsud, returnanie to the second day
ol February, A. D. 1839, but that the defendants, Maurice
Bowen and wife, could not be Ibund in this State, to be
ser ved theirewith, and that they have not caused tht:eir ap.
pearance tobe entered as in case such process had been
duly served,and it being made to appeal oy affidavit to the
satisfitction of the Chancellor, that the said Maurice
Bowen and Elizabeth his wile reside out of this State, to
wit : ii some otherol the U itedStates.
It is thereupon, on this sixteenth day of February, in
the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
thirty .nine, on motion ot' John Rutherford, Jun., Solicitor
of the complainant, by this order directed by the Chancel.
lor, that the said absent defendants do appear, plead, an.
swer, or demur to the complainant's bill, on or before the
seventeenth day of April next, or Ini default thereof, such
decree to be made against them as the Chanceller shall
think equitable and just. And it is further ordered, that
this order shall, within twenty days he, Latter, be served
personally on the said Maturice Bowen and Elizabeth his
wife, by a delivery of a copy thereof to them, or be pub,
lished within the said twenty days in the Newark Daily
Advertiser, a newspaper printed at Newark, in this State,
and continued therein for six weeks successively, at teast
once in every week ; and also in like manti:er, and for the
like space ot time, in a newspaper printed aud published in
the city of New York.
A true copy. WM. PENNINGTUN, C.
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A T a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
r York, at tl'e City of Albany, on the first day of Feb
ruary, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine.
Present-Reuben H. Wslworth, Chancellor. *
George H. Kelsey, ke. vs. Nathaniel Coles, &c.
It appearing by affidavit, to the satisfaction of this Court
that the defendant. Butler Coles, resides ( utof this State,
to wit: in the State of New Jersey. On motion of William
Parmalee, counsel for complainant, it is ordered that the
said Butler Coles cause his appearance to be entered in
this cause, and notice to be served on George C. Goddard,
complainants' Solicitor, within four months from tie date
of this order, and in case of his appearance, that he cause
his answer to the complainants' bill tobe filed, and a copy
thereof to be served ou the complainants' Solicitor, in forty
days after service of a copy of said bill, and min delanuli
thereof, that said bill be taken as conf seed against him.
And it is further ordsred, that within twenty days the com-
plainant cause this order to be published it the State pa-
per and in the New York American, at lea t, once in each
week foz eight weeks in succession, or tlat he cause a
copy of this order to be personally served on the said But-
ler Coles, at least, twenty days before the time picscribed
for his appearance.
FI1 law8w (A)
I pURSUANT to an order of Walker Todd, Surrogate
of tilhe County ofPutnam, Notice is hereby given to
all persons having claims against John F. Haighit, late of
the town ofPhillipstown in said county, deceased, to ex-
hibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to Cornelius
Warren, an admini-trator of said estate, at the residence
of the said administrator, in Phillipatown in said county,
at or before the 20th day of May next.
Dated October25, 1838.
LITITIA HAIGHT, Administratrix.
CORNELIUS WARREN, Administrator.
n14 lawtmyo0*

FE RUSTEES NOTICE.-Notice is hereby given, to
NT the creditors of! the person, using the name of, and
trading under the firm ofHADDAN, CLARK & CO. non-
resident debtors, that a general meeting of the creditors of
said non-residentdebtors, will be held at the office ofJ C.
Smith, No. 44 Wall street, in the Ci'y ot New York, on
the first day of April next at five o'cl, ck in the afternoon,
for the purpose ol adjusting the accounts and demands for
and against said non resident debtors pursuant to the pro-
visions of Article VIII. Title 1. Chapter V. Part II. of the
Revised Statutes.
Dated New York, January 5, 1839.
ja8 lawtapl Trustees.

SY order of Dyre Tillinghast, .Esquire, Supreme
SCourt Commissioner for Erie county, Notice is here
by given, pursup.nt to the proviSions of the statute authori-
zing attachments against absconding conpetaled, and
i on-resident debtors, that an attachmlet has issued
against the estate of Taylor, Moore & McUrig, who are
neot inhabitants of this State, but are non-resident debtors.
residing in mthe State of Indiana, and that thnaame will be
sold lor the payment of their debts, unless they appear and
discharge such attachmei,,, according to law. within nine
months irom the first publication of this notice and that
the paymentol any debt, and the delivery of any property
belot-ging to such debtors, to them, or to their use, and the .
transfer of any property by them for any purpose what-
ever, are forbidden by law and are void.-Dated thethird
day o0 September, 1838.

SelO law9m

A. G; cInCAdtN,
Attorney for Attaching Creditor

,6 U''ll'liI.-Pursuant to an older of Richard Cornwall,
L% Surrogate of the County of Kings, Notice is hereby
given to atll persons having claims against JameseM. Hal-
sey, lse o the City olf Brooklyn, in the County of Kings,
deceased, to present the same with the vouchers thereof
to Eliza Ha sey, at her residence, No. 89 Sands street, in
the City oi Brooklyn, ot toJ. Coidit-Halsey, at hid resi-
dence, No U-5 Allen street, in the City of New York, on
or before the twelfth day of June next.
Dated Decembel 6th, 183b.
ELIZA HALSEY, Executrix.
d6 law6m J. CtoNDIT HALSEY, Executor.
N PURSUANCE of an order of the*Surrogate ol the
County of New York, Notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against JAMEas DUAa LIVINGsro.,
late of the City of New York, gentleman, deceased, to
piesentthem, with the vouchers there,)f; to th,- subscriber,
John S. Livingston. at his residence, No. 76 Leonard
street, in the city of New York, on or before thesixteenth
day of May next.
Dated New York, the 13th day of November, 1838&
JOHN S. LIVINGSTON, Administrator.
MARY R. LIVINGSOTON, Administratrix.
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N PURSUANCE of an oider- of the Surrogate ol the
County of New York, notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against Hannah Channing, late of
the City of New York, wioow, deceased, to present the
same with vouchers thereof to either ot the subscribers,
administrators, with the will annexed of the said deceased
at his residence in the City of New York, on or before the
2d day ol April next.
Dated, New York, the first day u-of October, 1838.
P. G. STUYVESANT,621 Broadway,
MORRIS -ROBINSON, 7 Washington Place
o2 law6m Administrators'With the will annexed
iN PURSUANCE'ol an older of the Surrogate 0 itue
County of New York, notice ishereby given to all per-
sons having claims against., hormas Ba clay, late of the
city ol New York, a post captain in Her Britannic Majes-
ty's Navy, deceased, to present the same with the vouch
ers thereof to eitlie of the subscribers, the executors ot the
estate of the said- deceased, at his residence in the city of
New York, or, or before the s8coid day of April next.
Dated New York, the first day of October 1838.
P. G. STUYVESANT, 62! Broadway,
MORRIS ROBINSON, 7.Washington Place,
o2 law 6m Executors.
N pursuance ol an order of the Sutrogate of the County
of New York, N(A ce is hereby given to all persons
having clainis against Alexander Sydleman, late ol Pres-
ton, Connfenicut, deceased, to pleeiAt the same with the
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at the office of Wmn
M. Peck, No.60 South street. iirnhe or cetore the 25th day of September next,
Dated New York, the lSth0day ofMarca, 184f.
mhl9 Iaw6m Administratrix, &c.
I H E SUBSCRIBER would respectfully inform
lthe Musical world, that he has been appointed AgerA
or the City of New York, for the -rale of Baow"j --
HAIAL-P5 eeiebkic. P1r iA U'i)iit's, at Boston, anld
will constantly be supplied witn a large assortmentol Rose
wood, Satinwood, and Mahogany PianoFortes, Ihoe the
above celebrated makers.
The high reputation of Brown & Hallet over all othei
makers in Boston, for sweetness of none, superior work
manship and durability of these instruments is too well
known to need commen.t. .-.
Their prices are as reasonable as any. other establish
I lso, a large assortment of superior toned Pianos from.
the manufactory in this city, all of which are warranted..
Old Pianos taken in exchange.'
mhll 201 Broadway, near Fulton street.
of amateurs and artists of music is respectfully invi-
ted to ani inspection of a valuable adorigenni of Flutes and
Clarionets received from thile manutactory, among which.
are several ol the celebrated cQcoa wqod Flutes.
'i he simple construction, the durability and elegance of
coc(a wood Flutes, render them worthy the attention ofr
every performer on that instrument They are manulac-
tured of tie best seasoned materials, with eight or nine-
silver aieys, with dout.le springs ; silver bands, with or
Without the ivory joint. '
Ti.e superior construction of the keys stands unrivalled;.
they stop with ttie greatest accuracy, make no rattling
noiae, and ate not liable to get out of oider. The great .
fault of incorcct intonation in Flutes is well known. By
c ose application ai.a great cate, t1h imperfection has
been remedied in these Flutes. Thees Flutesa.will be found
extiemely easy to blow, and possess a superior and pe-
cu'iar swtetness of tone. .iu
Also, Flutes and Clarione.t of every pattern and n1"-
ber of keys, both silver and brass.
J Every instrument is warranted, and can be return.
eu il found imperfect.
mh28 near St Paul's Church.
C HEAP BEADING. A.V. BLAKE,8 39 Gold sttet
offers to Gentlemen travelling ; tothose temporarily
staying attlhe Hotels in the city, anu to all thoAe wanting,
m usements, the following popular Boaks atthe Very low
ices annexed
Hood's Own ................Pp. 42.......at $00 25
Life of Schiller.........j.... S 94 .........0100
Life ofCrabbe.............. 312 ........ 01 (0
Life on the Lakes .........." -2 vols... 01 60
Love Chase................ 11- 00 25
Scenes in Spain..........." ,463...... 01 29V
Pirate and '1 hree Cutters... 140.........00 37
Newton Forester............ 17....... 00 37
Transfusion................ 252........ 0037
King's Own................ 262 .... 0 371
Torr Hill.................. 267 ....::..... 00 42
vanhoee........... 30...... 42
Espriella's Letters.... ...... oo
Simple Story............... 109......... 00 25
Marriage, and Inheritance.. ," 2-4.0 50
Miltai, Commanders...... ,, 284 --------00 65'
Peter the Great............. 126...... 0025
The Bondman............. 192 .........0 42
Ladore ria........... 125.........: 0 ,12
Woman's 'rial........ ,, 300........ 004
A. V. BLAKE lias also various other sandali works
which he will sell in quantities, or by the single copyl
Now York. December l2tt,, 1838. dl2
Lb L t t F" eigp ang Classical Bookstore
J-E 94Broadway--
Bernard-Jeuhli desEnfahs, i vol SQcta.
Berquint-OeuVrea Coip"letes, 4 vol5 8v, $6, bound.
3"'A lofJths tales sold BsparattlIy. :.
Bouilby-Encourageme0t de la Jeunesse, 2 vol, $1.2;
Votes a ma fills, 2 yol. 1,26; Contesoffeits aux Enlans
leFrance, 2 yol, $l,2,; Lesjeunes Feumses. 2vol, *1,26;
contes a rues renties Ammes, 9 vol, $1,50; Causeries dtn-
licillard, I vol, 63cta; ,Mes .,ccaphtulations. 2-vol, $
Choix de Lentres Motales, 1 voel. $l,26.
Defauconpert-'railtsde l'H'stoiie, 2 vol, 42.
Desnoyecs-Aventur de Jean Paul Uhoppart, 1 vol,

II, HORNE continues to beconsultlea as usua1
" at his Establishment, No. 268 Greenwich at. ncr
the corner of Warren.
Strangers are respectfully apprised thi tDr..HORNZ
we bred to the Medical Profession in the city of London ;
anL has been a practical member of-saik Faculty of Physil
42 years for the last 32 in ithe city of New York. His
practicefrom being formerlygeeael,h etiaaglong confined
to A particular branch of Medicne, Which engages hi
profound attention, vis:-Lues Veneria Scorbut s, Scro-
fula, Elepk tntiasi and. in .hoXiadIliseasts arising
Iri ma vitia td state of the blooiL,, Hi experience i s very
great. His success astonishing. 'Ip ninan y tJiio'ands od
cases committed to his care, of all grades and every degree
of malignancy, he has speedily, restored his patients,.
health and a aoundconstitution.
He cautions the unfortunate againstthe abuse of mer
cury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out of liti
Seethat your case is eradicated, not patched up. The
learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes--" Marrvied
persons, and persons about to be married should be par
ticularly cautious of those afflictions. What dreadful in
heritanc to trausmittoposterity." Persons afflicted witk
protracted and deplorable cases need not despair of a
complete recovery, by applying to Dr. Horne: Recan
affections, when local, are, without mercury, extinguish-
ed in a few days. Whatgrievesthe Dr. is, that manv
afflictea,instead of taking his salutary advice, have re
course to advertised nostrums, where ther4 is no response
ability, and.the compounders unknown ; by such means,
throwing away their money, (where they vainly hope to
save,) and ruin forever theil'constitution.
Persons whomay have contracted disease, or suapee
latent poison, are invited to make application to Dr
HORNE. at his Establishment, No. 268 Greenwich
street, next the corner of Warren. Alesidence of thirty
two years in New York city, has radically established
Dr Horne'scharactcrforsterling honor; and based onrea
respectabilityand skill. Dr.Horne offesmto his patron
a sure guarantee.
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients oe6 nanev
come in contact.
Attendance until halfpadt 9 in the evening.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. All city letters
mustbe handed in.
D2" Stultorum incuratapudormalu ulfera eelat.L
-Hoi ace's 16th Epistle.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Harnedesirestobenefitthe puLlicj
his proper he should continue his advertisement for tt.
goodofstiangers, as itis well known people are,.xtremel
shy in speakii-.g ofecases of a delicate nature, eien where
u physicians pre-eminently successful. j14