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 18, 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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"aI ooast W. Ifdlow Itathaniel Prime
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'.Tn t w= c-ose coVers are to'be used,, which are no
- SlS lt carts, nor suto fAe rlers, but are carried out
ofthes dty in large waggons.
..... ahlr a e office, 120 Nassau street, (up stairs,
T MreerendeTwbrh elvon) or in writing,
. iA bPCcykhPeoz Offca. No2 ity Hall, or at the
&JMo "psy peat Company's lofica No6 Eighth Avenue,
or 'eihe yard in 30tn street, corner of 7th Avenue, will be
Asoi t atrttendrdeott f -. ... eodif
Terms, ueotsIM Csi c cOt. om rof
OItulGUsl k CO. S Wall street,loffrtfor eale-
4, 0 hhdo Tobacco
00IObales do
........ tdtSat "do
,+ fiS41*bbleS Imperial Ta e
&. + wees Pearlt Buttons
a e.as0e German fe&"
ns Red Saunders (wood Caltta.
-AT-,__ T NMu & O.;t r5snuth street, oiler for sale

3 OGJASA & CO. S6 Wall estr, have on -xani and
offer ft ale the following Merchandise -on liberal

do do Outhot,40 do do Codilaa
400 bales Mani la
rob-1-0 tons PSI old Sable
Tesa-2-00 Sand 10 catty boxes Imperial
1 100 can's boxes do' do
2000 6 and 10 catty boxes Guinpowder:
100 canisteraboxes do
4000 6 and 10 catty do Hyson
8 chests choice Hy son,.5 do do Souchong
Matting- lOOrolls superior plain 4.4 and f-4
Fians-16 cases Silk and Feathei
Silks--6 cases White Pongees, 2 do do do Hdkfs
2 docrimsondo do
2 do scarlet and white do do, 1 do do do,flgured
S2 do black Saronets -
Fire CracKers-600 boxes, each 50 packs
Nut'mega-S casks superior
uRattanr-, tons No. 1 Rattans
. ed Saunders-20 do Wood, from Calcutta
Straw-I 1 case unmanufactured
Coral-. do manuimfctuxed, forjewellers orexportatior
Mats-3000 Russia Mats
Woo J0balqe Pickea Buenos AyresWool, lot, 3d, eo
3d 'ality
Wlnes-1000 baskets Champaign-Cock, Windmill;A&y
Phoenix and Lacoste brands
150 hds Claret-Medoc, S' lulien, Palmer, Pauithl
lJc, S iaSKtephe, Bra,. Mouton, ecc
800 easeeSauterne
600 do Claret-Delbos. Leoville ano St Julien
lOOdo Hermitage, red; t100 eo Muscat
SSome very choice lots of ihe above wines
3b crses cho-ce Csateau Margaux
i '16 hhds VIn de Grave
S 100 baskets sparkling Burgundy
!00casesRomanee; 100do Chambertin
400 baskets Conk brand, pta and qtr, Champais,
100Ido MareschalNey, stimportniion.
irll Briinstone-31 bhds
'air Searidng-ze bales
C.'IL ri-n Har--2itls eitinl
h-i Subscribters offer thr sale, iI lhteto sunit pur
chasers, and on favorable terms, .a |lrge assortment of
Wines, viz;
Madeira, in butte, pipes, hbds, qr casks and barrels
Do In cases of one dozen each, part very old a d
Sberry, pale, brown and gold, in various package
Do" do do do do in glass
Poft tn pipes, hhd3 and qr cask3s: '
DIN in iser ofoned,,zen, bottled at Oporto
St Lucar Wine, Teaeriffe and Canary %,
Marseilles MaJeira, swocs and dry Malaga
Muscat, in qr ctsks, barrels and boxes
ico Ma.deira, Sicily do, Vin .e Grave
Sauterne, French Port, red and white Hermitage
White and red Lisbon, Bucellas o0
Haraschino, Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials
Sparkling Champaigne, of variuns brands, qts and pis
Hock Wise, do do' Sparkling
4Bordeaux and Marseilles Ciaret, linulwood and glass
& c 1 L" :. t
ALSO, ..
London Porter and Brown Stout, q's and ps
Bulton, Scotch and English -ale Ale, dodo
Havana and PrindipeSegare i) various brands
SWine, Purtter and Claret Bottles, Corks do
Foreign and domestic Demijohns, differeatsizes
Souchodg and other Teas
Loaf and Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels
Bt Crolx -do ,in barrels
Canton Preserved Ginger, Aordeaux Preserves
Marseilles and Bordeaux Sarad Oil -
Old Java and Laguyra Coffee
Bunch Raisins, Almonds, Sperm Candles, different sizes
Enitlish Muitard, in whole, half andqr boxes
Onves, Capers, Sardines, &c. kc.
-" ORACIE & CO, 2f Broad st
SOrders from oili[her places will receie attention, and for
warded to any part oftie 'nite-l States, fell
I iQU EUKS, kc,-Marunique, Noyeau, Rose, Par.
4 fail Amour, Cuanell, &c.
Dutch-Curacao, Anisette and GoldWater, from the fac
story of Fokink
SIialtan-Mraschino, and Pallesi's celebrated Gordlals,
coneistung of Cedrato, Assenxlo, Persico, Caffe de Moka,
valniglia, 1 ose, fcc. .
French-Paris and Bordeaux, in great variety and ele-
gantly put up
Dauish-Copenhagen Cherry and Raspberry-
Piussiin- EU d' Or d Dantzig '
Batavia Arrack, Peach Brandy, Scotch and Irish Whis-
key, old Rum and Brandy
STruffles, Olives and apers, Strasbourg Patess Sardines,
London Pickles, Brandy Fruits, Kcc. -z V
.. The above are all genuine-and imported by thexubseri
hers from the original places of manufacture. For sale by
d29 A. B1NINGER &CO. 141 Br4Madw

ORDIEAUX WINEIfrom Barton M Gueseter.
STable Laret-Vinf Ordinaire, in hhd ,
St. Julien-Vintage 1827, in cases. I doz. each
Ratalloy-Do. 1X7, do do
Chateau Beychville-do 1817, do do
"Scoville-Do. 1827, do do
Lhzour-Dd. 1827I do do
Lafitte-Do, 1&I do do
Haut Brion-Do. 1827 do do
Lafitte-Do. 1831, do do.
These Wines are received direct from the old 'and, re
spactable house at Barton & Guestlet, ofEc rdeaux, are ol
the first character, put up with great carG, and reenopmend
ed with.great confidence For sale oa hberal term, by
1 'DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad sti
L H, RUSSELL & CO, 38 Piae st. have received
e.1 by late arrivals, and |offer for sale. the following
spring goods:
Rich Dark Chintz Print
Rich light fancy do
Black and white do
Black and white and fancylprinted.Muslins
Mouselline de Laine
Printed Quiltiogs and Welts !
Scotch Seersucker and checked Ginghams
Pink Chambrays
Madass, Verona and Turkey red Hdkfs
Fancy Cotton Drillings
Fancy and plain Linen Drillings
Astrachan and Summaer Cloths
Mixed Ermine.s. .
Worsted Trowsers Stuff, various kinds
lacoret, Lnasook, checked and.Cambric1Musliris
(erman Cotton Hosiery
Furniture Dimity
Marseilles Quilts, 94 o124 ^
Double Genoa Cords, 27 inch
Moleskins and Beaverteens
White and Drab Satteens
Brocha black- and fancy Shawls
7 4 a 8 4 Scotch Tartan dol
Kilamarnock Bonnets,
Umbrellas, UJ and 80 inch
Valencia Vestings, light and dark
Fancy woollen Cassimers!
Blatk do
Wool dyed black and green Cloths '
Fine and superfine ausoi ted coloured Cloths
Flushinge, assorted colors
Pilot Cloths I "
Red Paddings, 8 4 a 6 4
Blankets, various kinds |
Canvass Paddings
Cotton Baggine. le

PKlINtt UwtOuD.-'rne subscribers offer foriale.1the
following goods, received per late arrivals -
6 4 Cambrics and Jaconet Mushins
6 4 Tape and Satin Check do |
Brocades and Swiss Musain:
6.4 Pri.,ted Saxonies
Mousselain de Lames
Back and white Prints
Birdeeye and Table Diapers
7 8 and 4 4 Irish Lines
4 4 a 10 4tSheetingt
A 4 and 4 4 Brown Hollands
Linen Dawlas and Duck -
Brown and white Linen Drills
Pongee Hdxfs
SCotton, Hosieo.'y, &c. &c.
b) OGERS & CO. offer tor sale-
fO tons dlean Russia Homp,20 tons red Sandersj
S4(0 rolls 6-4 and 4-4 Canton Matting,,*plslin
460 131b. boxes Imperial Tea
8 cases Ponrees
8 casesPearl Butittoils
French Wines in asks andlboxes
Champagne Wine, sundry brand rfe
Og O )WLAN 1 t ASPINWALL, 56 South'street, offer
Sfor sale-
'Qugar-360 boxes prime Brown Sugar, just received
Wool-16-') bales B1r*TAry Wood
Flour-457 bis sun e floe Flour
Sugar-10 boxe steam refilied Sugear
Corn-400 bags Southern, just received
.C.tton-- 3 bale pine vlississippi Cotton
Sewing Silk-5 nalftrunks Fentalo'B. apl3

3 Jr INKS, 8cc.6soa dozen Maderiaof various bran p

4 -lot
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D AVJS, BROOKS & CO., 19 audIll Broad:9t. offer
R for sale, on favorable terms-
1RO--300 tons ZngLish Bar Iron, assorted, flat, round
90.tons Swedes Iron, common and extra sizes
160 do old and new Sable Iron
1500 bundles English Sheetlron. assorted, Nov. 12
to 27
1200 packs at quality, Russia Sheet Iron
6( tons Railroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pig Iron, ofapprovedstamps
T 60 do Boiler Plate, English and American
TIN PLATES-8000 boxes Tin Plates, most approved
brands, j X and extra sizes
1000 ingots Banca Tin
CHAIN CABLES-60 tons of Grifith & Lewis, proved
patent Chain Cables,assorted, inch to lIj inch,
with full supplies of apparatus
BRASS KETTLES-30 casks, assorted, from I to J6o
best German make
NAILS-1000 casks assorted, Wareham manufacture.
.HMP-100 ions clean Russia Hemp; also, 00tons East
._ IndiaJute Hem -
ORDAGE-.1000 coils stand ld quality Russia Cordage
S assorted, j to 6 rich-entitled to deuenture.,
DUCK, &c.-1800 pa. light and heavy Ravens-300 ps.
Russia Sheetings.
BAGGING-56 roids ; also., 500 coils bale 8ope.
^FLAX-tlo bales water rotted Flax.
WIN.3S-Malaga, dry and sweet, and Muscat Wine IM
qi. casks and bbls.- also, Sherry, Port, Aadeira,
and Ciaret, in wood and bottles; alto, S&00 bt'ts
Champagne Wines. "Ruinart' and other brands
70 cases Bengal Irndigo, entitled tv deb
SSObales greep and dry salted Buffalo tildes
b 20 do Cawnpvre and Mitdraa Goat Skins
2600 bags Saltpette, let &nd 2d quality
2000 bags Race Ginger *
300 bales Jutc 200 bales Munjeet
800 do large, medium and small Gunny Bags
&' do Gunny Cloth, 42 Inches wide
O30 do 8afflower; -3t balas Senna
3g cases 5arn#, liver and orange Shellac
'00 do LaeDye.--
10 do Gum'Traeacanth
10 bales Coir Mats a
26 cases containing 50 carbovys Castor 01)
S160 rolls011,4 white floor blMatuting
2000 boxes Fire Crackers
10 cases Cassia Ol ,
1000 mats Cassa, 67 lbs each
TEAS-10,000 pkgs. green and black'Tea, consisting o
Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson, Soucb0A
and Hyson Skin, in 6& 131 b. boxes, 241b. cases
chests and half chess.
SILKS & SHAWLS-90 cases Choppa Romals, rge,
medium, and small siz&--W cases large 'nd
small Bandannas; also, o80 cases black Sarsne's,
Synchews, Levaotines, Luatrings and Satins -
white and crimson Pongee Hdkfs., Suchan Pen.
oes and black Hdkfs; also, 10 cases Cantorn
Crape Shawls, 8 Cashmere do
RIO COFFEE--600 bags lot quality of new crop Ri
Coffee. .
ALSO- 6 5..ests TuricKey Opium, put up for the London
90 bales Brazil roecac. umhi
A H rANA SEGARS-2-0,000 Havana Segars. ro-
Sceived per the Dromo, from Havana, an invoice of
Segars, made fom old a 0d selected Tobacco, ot the follow.-'
Ing brands;.
100,000 Norlega's, In half, qr and tenth boxes
150,000 Dos Compatueros do do do
25,000 Trabuess in do do do
10,003 Government ResaIllsof exquks tobacco
well as make, fur sale by f e "
ap9 A. BI'INGER & CO. 14t Broadway.

l 1WLAA It ASPIWALL oLffei forsale at No
and 65 South street
Pugar-200 boxes A Boston Refined Loaf Sugar, 100 bbla
crushed do do do ; 80 do Puerto Rico do
W hr -A full assortment of pale and brown Sherry ; also,
aid Madeira, in butts, hhds and qr. casks; 100 qr
tcaks San Lucar; 100 Indian bis do; 4 pipes., prime
old Port Wine.; 50 Indian ble sweet MalaK a; 100 do
do Muscat; 190 qr casks CalabriaPort.
Dye Woud-800 tons bright Lippa Wood; 400 do doCam-
peachy Logwood.
He p-150 bales Sisal Hemp.
Sponges--50 bales Smyrna Sponges.
Straw-4 cases Cut Straw. "
Cabsia-150 cases Cassia, In half picul ease.1
Wool-100 bales assorted Barbary ; 100 do do 'Grecian
80 do do Bengaza.a
Tobacco-159 bales prime Cubsa Leaf Tobacco.
Pimento-100 bags Pimento..
Cordage--90 coils assorted Bolt Rope.
Matting--Ist pieces 4-4 and 6-1 Can.on Matting.
Maramechino-40 cases, I dozen bottles each
Fur Seal 8kin-3000 assorted Ciapmateheea.and ,Bullsa,
tresh. f r e
Fruit-1000 boxes fresh Messina Lemons]
Rags-40 bales Messina Rags.
Pig Iron-100 tons No. 1 American Pig Iron; 50 dolNo. 2
do dodoo ; 106 doNb.1 BRitish do do. -
Tin Plates-100cases assorted Tin Plates.
Fenezio Sewing bilk--A smallinvoice iust received, jrcd
blue and black letter Sewing Silk.
Stone Blue--2 cases Stone Blue.
Copper-17 pigs Mexican Copper. jel4
G ERINNULL MINTURN UO.. 134 Front street
have for sale-
200 cases English Sheathing Copper, assorted sizes
from t4 to 82oz,
n60 English Hoes ; 30 bales Mobile Cotton
3 eases Tortoise Shell
100 bales Calcutta Hides; 50 cases Manillia Indigo
100 casks Gum Seneigal
100 casks Ombr.) Madder
600 bags Crudo Ginger; 2 000 bags Saltpetre
140 sales Jute: 500 do Manilla hemp |
!0. cases Grass Cloths
200 cases China Silks, comprising an assortment
black and white Goods, Sewings, &c.
75 qr. casks Lisoon White Wine; 180 bagq Sago
0,000 bushels German red Wheat
1000 bis Danish Flour, entitled to debenture
70 bales Printing Cloths
30 oales4 4 brown Shirtings: 10 cases PrintedSatinet.
1100 Australian Sheep Skins
2400 gaulnrs Teal Seed Oil; 800 boxes Sperm Candles
1000 bls Whale Oil; 10,000 1bs. Whalebone
i 10,000 gallons Winter and Fall Of!
TEAS-Young, Hyeon and Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; Gunpowder and Imperial, in-half chests, eases
and boxes,balanceex ship Oneida. je3s
t CHOICE AND RARE WINES.-The subscribers
S offer for sale the following old and superior Wines,
most of which were imported by them direct, and from the
first sources :
25 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, half pipes
and quarter casks
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and was
selected from the most celebrated estates.
600 dozen old bottled MaduIra, being from 15 to 80 years
old, partimporteJ direct and partvia India. Also, Malm:
seySercial and Tina.
The finest Pale, Gold and Brown SberryWVines in casks,
demijohns ani bottles.
French Wines-Chateau, Margaux, of 1827 and 182,
Chateau Lafltte, Leoville, Palmer, Margaux and ,St.
500 baskets De EBremont Champaigne,
50 cases Sparkling Hock.
200 eases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage.
50 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order
Port Wine. very rare, in cask atid in bottle.
Hock Wines-Metternich, Johannesberger, Hoekheim;
eor, Rudeshielmer, and Leicten.
L P Teneriffe, Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for sale'by]
ni0 A. BININGER & CO, 141 Broadway.

S INES, (IN, &cc
30 pipes Holland Gin, of the celebrated| Black.
Horse brand, received direct from the Distelleryl of
Messeturs W Paula k Son of Rotterdam.
30 casks rorleaux white Wine
50 cuses Bordeaux Claret3
S300 eases Chambertin
600 baskets Uhmpaigne
24 oases Kirshenwaser
50 do Marechina.
15 boxes white Havana Sugar
20 brls Paris Green
8 casks S;il ph3te of Soda, proper for, glass I manufac}
3 cases Sponres
3 cases Pistols
AAnd an assortmentof Gold and Siver4Watches and Mu.
sical Boxes. For sale by
mh22 34 Beaver street.

as AVANA SEGABS-250 000 Havana Segars, reeeiv.
g ed per the Di owo, from Havana, aa invoice of Se.
gars, made from old and eelectel Tobacco, of the follow.
lng brands
100.090 Noriega's, in half, quarter and tenth boxes
^H150,O00 Doe Companeros in do do do do
26,000 Trabucos In do do do do .;
10, 00 Government 1 egallas, of exquisite Tobacco,
as weli as make, ior se!e by
a17 A. BININGERa & CO. 141 Broadway.

J*S 8. FOUNTAIN, 231 road'wiy, adijoiing the
eJ American Hotel, formerly of Maiden Lane, rie.
sFectfully invites, the attention ot country and city merch.
arts to his assortment of Rich Silk Guods, Laces, Em.
broideries, Shawls, &c, consisting in part of-
Groe d' Afriques
Poult de Soies ,
Italian Lustrings
Gros de Rhine
Gr-s de Naples
Gros do Swis
Plain and figured Repps
Gros de Indes
Florence Marcehlins
Colored and black Satins
Splendid changeable Bilks ,
English Luatrings and Poulthle Soies
Mantilla Iks,94 wide .
Real Irlif Topllns
Plain and figured Silkb for h'u.
Mechlin and English Threhd Laces
Do d; Edglnj
Blond Bobbinet an. 1''br ,d_,-lle
Do -do Laces aid Edgings
Blood and Silk Nets and Qi, tings '
Embroidered Lace aad MusaCl Capes
Do do do Collars
Do Infants, Dresses, C4 s. &c,
Embiro.de4e< Linen CambricEidkfs and Cuffs
Camels HairSha4 is
Thibetarnd Modselin do
Mantillas and Man.llla Shalls
Net Diaphanous, vinmuroieral, &c I
Fancy Hdkfe of all styles I '
Mlousselinede Laine, new edgns,
Paris Muilins ai.d Lawns. ,
With Silk Goo.li of every ne atyle.
Also, a general assortment or 'all faziionlble goods in
hie line. which will be old w Aplesale or retail at the
lowest mwaket prices for cash-r Wppved pap.er.
apli 2w
A= ASJ.ld.0s. QU[lA.1S AN ) _C-UN'rtFPNES-
S T A larg .ssonrtmentjustreleived andiTor sale at re-
duced prices, by '" :
ap 17 J. 8. VLJT, to Maiden Lane.
OUSE KEEPING DIr 6OOD8S-The subscriber
Shas now o, band his uitl large supply of Dry
Goods; amoig which are white a d colored Lounterpanes,
BtankeLeis, Linen vmnd CotLo,, SheFtings, Damask Table
Cloths. Napkins, a.ious kinds rfTowellin?, Doylies, kc.
apt7 J. S. JLEr.T, 10 M iden Lane 4
t ILAK k UOtPIA VY, No. 8j1 tfroadway, will open
This day an assortment of Irne Farncy Goods, con.
sistingof .
1 splendid Malntilla, entire n sw style
3 do Emloroidered 41ik hawls t'o
Thibet Ido
Also, a nDw style MblouselRin db Lame and Challys
Ladles' Embroidered Uravatt. Bas, &.c
SAlso, a few splendid Emb- oideld Ribbons. sp5
Nr ZENq UNDER OARME wlS.-- large a sort-
1VJ nient, varying in quality aEd size, of Shirts and
Drawers of almost every description, suitable for the pre-
sent and coming seasQa. Also. Hose and Half Hoae, of
all the different fabrics and slizes.. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.
vats. Suspenders. Prussian Dreting Robes, &c, with a
large assortment of Hosiery ant Undiler Garments for
Females. For sale wholesale or'etail at the old Hosiery
Store, 15 Malden Laine, by
aol3 LAN31 & VAN ZANDT.
U ILOTH TABLE COVCttl.-i..The subsciiber has just
received a large assortment qf blue and green CIo.h
Table Covers. Alsoa, Pipiio Covers, which will be sold
Cheap. apil9 JESSXR S. FLEET, 10 Maden lane.'
g',LARKE & COMPANY, 14, 8,7 Broadway, have
'/ just received, and are this day opening-
2 cases rich satin sinped Silks.
1 do do Chene do
I do embroidered Cashmere Shawls. apo,
LiV kc.-S. t L. tiOLMES, Nn 44 Maiden Lane,
have for sale all sizes Marseilles Quihas. some very fine
and light summer do; Victoria Skirtsna ; Toilet Covers; &c.
blankets, all sizes, from low to 1try fine ; English Long
Cloth Shirting,&Twilled Silk Pocket Handkfs; Linen
Cambric do; alrwholeale and retail, at lowest possible
prices. .
On hand the real German Eau de Cologne. apl23t
BROWN, 46 Canal street Lfourth store from Broad-
way),respectlullyinflorm the ladies, that their stock ol
SpringGoods is now complete, aqd will be found to con-
tain as large and desirable an hastuientas ii to be had
in the city. The god. are aJl of the best description,
suitable for a family trade. consisting of-
Black and colored Gros de asples and Poul de Soles
&Black and colored EnalishLu-tririgs
Black and colored rich fig'uredSllks
Rich satlin'airiped Poo do.Sble : '
Richest Brocade figured 1I
Challys and Motiseliiide Laines, In the:utmoStvkriety
SBonnet Slls and Saqins, with libbions o match- .7
Brnchay" Shawl, of the newest styles and In all colors.
The most splendid asso a&uet Qnhsh Calicoes to be
found'on thm city.. .. r- I /
Shirdling calicoes, in great v-r ty.-
Linens, Shooeetings and Table Linens
Diapers, Lawns and Plaid Muslins .
Book Muslin., Cambrjc Dimities and Bishops Lawn
Shirdng and Sheeting Muslins and Long Cloths.
13 No abatement from.first price. mh29 eod4w

A T. STEWART & CO. inviteibe attention ottheir
A customers and others to their extensive and vorious-
stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. It contains many
articles of great variety and richness, as well as others of
extraordinary cheapness.
Mousselines de Laines from 2s to10s
Chalys,. 4s to 14s
Calicoes, Is 6d to 6s
Silks, 4s to 24s
Linens, 2sto 20a
&c. &c. &c.
The above will be sold for cash at their Ware Rooms,
267 Broadway. apS
. HUGHES & GUYNET have just received 3 cases
Paris Embroideries, comprhing a large and genera) as.
sortment oftht newes shapes and styles of Gapes and
Coll-irs, Marchettos, Infants' Robes and Caps, Ladies,
Embroid-tred Muslin Robes, Ic. Also-
I case Tape bordered and hem stitched'L C Hdkt'ls
1 do Lace stitched and embroidered I do
1 do New style French trim nina Laces, &c.
These goods have been selected with the mrestest care
and attention,from the mast celebrated manufacturers, and
are at usiusually low prices, at No 2 54 Broadway.
apl5 3t
HOLMES, No. 44 Malden lane, have received a
large assortment ofgecods for boys' summer wear, viz :
I case white Drillings, from low to very fine
1 do brown French and English do
1 do strlp.d Jeans, some all white
1 do Eriniiietrst(r Merino Cassimere]
I do mixd L;sl.ings
1 do brown French linen, S.c.
%Toge-hei wlih an extenske assortment of Linens, Sheet
inmis, Damask Table Clotha. by the piece end at retail, at
low pricrP, api ast

1 ECIIENCE AND ART. is published every month
by K. LITTELL h CO. 279 Chesnut street, Philadelphia,
at Six Dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant sub.
scribers are requested to remit a $5 note on account.
With the year 1839 begins the Seventh V,,luni of a
New Series, complete sets'of which can be furnished at
Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or .'wo Dollars and a
Hlalfbouid. The Now Serlesis begun because we are no
longer able to supply orler- for c- inplete sets of the old.
1. Foreign Belations el Great Britain, Edinburgh Ra.
2. Schiller's Flight. Foreign Quarterly Review.
J3. Luther and the Reformation, Edtnburgh Review.
4. Eneravieg by the operation 0of Light, Spectator
5 Peter Pilgrim, do.
6. Stephen's Travels in the Russian and/FurkishEm.
pires, Monthy Review.
7. Beer.stalking, do
8. Miss Martiueau's Morals and Manners, Quarterly
9. Poetry-To an Infant Daughter ; Colleae Chapel,;
The Cathtdral; The Complaint; Heaven and
Earth ; Protection; Adieu to Komance; Shadows;
Sonnetces: Fall of Sennachalb; Charles 11. lying
in state; Kenyon's Poems.
10. Nicholas Nictleby, Nickleby Papers.
11. Phillip's Life ad Times of Bunyan, Monthly Re.
12. Jack Sieppard, by Midworth, Bentley's Miscellany.
18. State antl Prospects of the Jews, Quarterly Re.
14. Civil.Engineeting in Amer;ca, by Capt. Hail, United
Subscriptions received at six dollars a year. by Messrs
CARVILLS. 108 Broadway, and E. LITTELL & CO.,
Philadelpina. mh926
"OTTON-S4 bales choice Upland otton, received
A -_* / .r_ k- 31 --_.__ 1 ii- 1. '> f- *rt

A.*" CHAULET respintfully informs his friends and
the public, that on the 1st of May next, he will be ready
to receive the pupils who may be placed Uinder his charge
The Institeution is intended to secure the best of'education
either 1br commerce or professional career.
Terms- $125 per session'of 22 weeks, for a complete
course of English studies, Latin, Greek, Freach and
Spanish. .
Cards to be procured of Messrs. Carvill, 108 Broadway,
Berard IL Modfdon, 36 Courtlandt street,- Charles De
Behr, 94 Broadway,.R. Lockwood, 411 Broadway.
",l'.14 tmy l8
An English and Classical Boarding School fJr
Tarrytown, Westchester Co.,New York.
WILLIAM P. LYON, Principals
.OI 0 Day Scholars are received,
Reference, by rermlsslon, to the following gentlemen :
Tairyiow,.-Wanhington Irving, Esq ; iiev George
Dubois General James Benedict; Steuben Swartwout,
Xsq. 1 4%
U. 8. Senate.-Hon. Daniel Webster. "
.Slng Sing.-Rev Dr Creighton.
Middletoi, Coninecticut.-Rev Dr Fisk, Pros. Wesleyan
Washington. D C.-J L O'Sullivan, Esq.
New York Cty.-Hon Gulian C Verplanck William
A Duer, LL D,Pres.Columbia College; Rev Dr M-Vickar,
Rei Dr Bangs; Rev Dr Berrian; Herman Le Royi Eeqi
Harper & Brothers; Dr J R Van Rensselaer ; Davi
.ra~iam, Esq; George T Trimble, Xsq.
, Alo, tothe follQwing gentlemen, who have sons or wards
ii the I nstitution .
SElisha Morrill, Esq; Gen G H Striker; H Weed, Esq-
T Woodruff, EBq i, Charlel Osborn, rsq; Jamne Mor.
iis. Eeq; VilliatU -Browning, EX ; Henry LoIt, ,t,
I'reernan Campbell, Eeq; TIhomes E Hulse, Esq; B F
Howe, ,.aq, Peter Rose, Esq; Thonica Bloomer, Kesq; R
(4 Christupher, E-q; P P Lyon, Eeq; & Fanning, Etq;
\lesra H k S Raynor, &e, New York; Jatob Le Roy,
.Esq, LeRoy, N y; JamesM 1 Hoyt, Esq, Jersey City; Dr
A WGates; P W Paddock, Ebq Yonkers, N LY; hristo-
rhWr Appleton, Esq, Penasylvanita; Michael Robins, EFq,
Virginia, William S Jenkinsa, Esq. Kectucky; William d
Dunham, Esq, Brooklyn, N Y; Kendal S Robins, Eg,
+ atchez, Miss3; LinUt Thornton A Jenkins, U SN.Balo.
more; Claik Hammond, Esq, Beekmantown, NY.
Circualrs may be had at W A Colman's, 20U5 Broadway
T J Crowen, 567 BroAdway, and H 1t3c Rayno-, 76 Bow
,ery fe27 8m,


SOR SALE-The large-acant Lot at the Northbwest
corner of otIston and Mulberry sLreets, adjuAlnin
the new 3 siorv houses on Hlouston sMree. The Lot tIs- 35
fe. front on H. .usion street, by about 100.feet im depth.
For terms, apply to
Umhll E. K. COLLINS & CO.5M aBotjsVt.
M FOR S&LE.--Two acjointig Lots edaci 2a by
about 150 feet in Waverley Place, opposite Wash-
-l ington Square, extending to a stable .street In the
rear. They are the only remaining Lots on the
north side of the Square, and the most valuable in the
neighborhood. Apply to J. GREEN PEARSON,
nmh25 27 Merchant,' Exfhange. Hanover st.
u TO LE-.T-A modern built triree story Hous
Soni the north MdepofTenthstree., near 2d Avenue,
7413 Stuyvesant Place. The House hias grates and
.<-marble mantel piecesthroughout,mahogany dora,
indertcellar,&es. Itisoneofarowof 10 or 12 houses of
nifwrm front. Rent moderate.
A lso, the dwelling part of a good house on th e North side
f Canal street, between Varick and Hudlson street.
Apply tCoGEORGE W. GILES, at No. 171 Canal at.,
selore 10 A. M.. and after So'clock P.M. myl tf

TO LET-Several sults ot Offices, it No.9-J
North side of Spruce', near to Naisau streets, as
gi || commodious and elieiblv situated as any in the
- ity. Possession imrne'ilately or on the lot May
ext. Inquire opposite, at No 8 Spruce st. fel I,
t FOR SALE-The superior Houso and Lot N1,
79 Spring street, the first east of Broadwa v. The
'IE2 Lot is 25 by 96 feet The HRuse is 25 by 5"0, be
*. *,ing .3 stories, excluFiveof, the cellar, bisemeni
nd attic, which are all finished In m.idern sryle in the
ost, convenitent manner. It hasalso a back building,
.-ntainlng Wish Room. Library ajid Bathing Room -
rhe premimes ate in complete order and may be viewed
*cm 12 to o'clock.
A large proportion of the purchase money m emain
n mortgage.
For further particulars, applv to
nmh2l 27 Merrhantsa' EchtiNe, Hanoier et.'.
S KIP -l'.TA B't, B'Ua.DWAV.-Titensubscri.
ber offers for sale, by private contract. 'he entire
113 Block of Ground in the 15ath Ward. bounded by
-, iBroadway and Mercer street. Wasbiogton and
Waverley place ; being the most splendid site lor private
'weltltgs.orforachurchinthe city. The ground is on
he moailevatedpa-t of Broadway, and surrounded by
'aliaele inmprovements.
It will besoid hi one parcel, or divided into 15 Lota, vji*
Lots on Broadway, (embracring the whb'ol front from
Washinston to Waverley places,) of about 6j tiy 99 feet
,ach; 4 Lots on Washington, and 4 do oa Waverley place,
of 4 by 92 feet each .
4In case of a sale in separate lots, a unlrormn style of im-
Provementwill be required, and st lpulatolene against nut-
lances. The title, is indisputable, and th terms w*l. be
uowmmodlating "For further particulars, and a visew of
hulap apply to
I. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants* Exchange,
fe9 Hanoverst.
n.TO BE LET.-The Cellar under tti rt 8qe-.,
f u pcuped by the subscribers, cernor of W =t4ter'.t
|iUk and Barling slip, with two convenlnt enrftoes
r U l from Water street and Burling slp. The cedar
s large and dry. I
mhartf E. & G. W. BLUNT.
. FOR SALE-11 Lots ot Land, situated on
Lewis and Goerick streets, between Rivingtonand
SStanton streets, six on Lewis and five fmGoeick
On Lawls street is a large wooden buildlg, far.
werly occupied by the late Mr. Ec.ford as a mnou left.
On Ooerick street the land Is open and a very desirable
idtuetion for a lumbet yard or building lds., -Aprdy to
din tf DA VIq, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad et,t
FOft SALK-The neat twosiory brick House
No 18 Bedford aireet, is incomplete order, baking
*-l18 been painted and repaired last spring. Ponssesson
I-U-will be given on the first Mav next. The greater
part of the purchase money may remain on bond and mWol.
gage. Apply to._
App. A Y, GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad street.

Tr 0 LET-Thelarge Basement Room .at presentdivid.
edinto two apartments, under the Bank of the Del
ware and Hudson Canal Co. at the corner of William and
Pinestreets. Also,. Room on the floor oft; e same build
n_. Inquire at thLo Bank. f 16 tf




SOTICE--Tie Principal or this Institution, grateful
the verygeneral approbation with which his plan has *
n received, begs leave again to bring it to the notice ol
tt portion -of the public who desire tor their sons a

at eld, 1w ree eced f r h oprpo eto hcir tonsea
i'd, practical, andcbristlaneducatiin.
FAird Year.-The fit laera of the third year obf
SInstitute willecommencoe mr Wedneslay, the first of
ry next, and wih materially extended facilities in al-

4yaneJ;,ao "' .
OI every department. Essential additions have been
Zdr, especially in the department of Modern Language..-
a instruction In Fienuch particularly is the best that could
Builitngs.-The buidings for the institute are now all
spleied, and were erected for the putr pose to which they
ia devoted. They are new, spacious, and sightly; and are
ed upon a convenience of plan,- anda neatness ofscyle,
ich are not exceeded. They comprise a wcomimodatlon.
Sfifty pupils, roomnoingi pairs-foi the lisoructrs I
a Principal and thefamnly-" General School oom-Re
Eatjon Rooms-a Readies: Routi-a. Lat uratory-and a
panel .
Locateto.-The location Is unsurpassed for healthiness t
i beauty. It is upon an eminence in the suburbs eof the
y, securing, b; its retirement and elevation, a free and
alihy antmopherje, and commanding an extensive and
lightful view. It la such as to render it unnecessary flor I
a pupils to have any connection with the city. except, i
ten occasionally perm-itted by he principal, or social
ercoursge, and pur osei of business
Grounds.-The Grounds connected with the establisjr
int are ample and beautiful, affording full scope for i ,
astion and amusement. -
eacera.-The Instituconi carried on by the Princint i
I, and assistants of character and experienceithe eprti
isbni' *'-
Desaign.-lt design is, to lm.art a thorough and priac.
al edu cation, upon decidedly christian principltes- o
ite sound learning % lih pure religion, *
Plan and Goeernmen4rIters conducted upon thiee pan]
sawell regulaterd Chiiffan family ; o or th time, the
opted hum. of its member es e ';A
Tnr Principal, regarding himself ip the place of a pa
nt, encourages a Inre and open intercourse between the
tpils a.d himself,and endeavors, by winning uporithe
cctions, and, by the presentation ofro per mo Stive to -
ducesa faithful discharge of duty. T!he government Is
mrefie strictly parental. -
Arrfgement.u-In agreement with the natural cosnat
ieon of tthepupti, the school is arranged in three depart
t tBe *Moral, the Intellectual, and the Physical
Moral Department.-FIiaMoral Department, whichin- i
-ivea ibe govertimanl, in supplied by t6e Principal Ite
ac a con at rse of moral and religious Situdies, da B to
ch pupil. To the Hola Scripturen constant retbrenceis
Inde, -a the foundation on which alone may be built
lid and eiduring character, and as the only saie and pro
rT bas of -Christian education. The views of scripture
'ih; and: of religious duty presented, are in strict acj
rdance with the doctrinesa, discipline, and worship of the
oteatant Episcopal Church. It is the constant endear
nr in this department to win ut-er to the Savtiour, and
Shitsbody-the Church-ii fRlit "lrtd strongest affection
fthe youthful heart.
Intellectual Department.--The 'Intellectual Deparil
ientembraces atrthe ordinary English branetes neces
ry to business -eand comiarcial pursuits ; additional fa
lilies for instruction in the higher dertmenew o lbearnd
g, with reference to College require events, tao Tnefciliie,
e Professions, and Civil ha.Rgineorin ; also in VoczA Mus
c, Drawing, and the Modern Languaget 1 o is conduct.
1 by the-.Principal and assistants, and by such sterm
it is necessary froth time to time to employ.
instruction in this department is specially directed to the
iderstandin It is the endeavor here to improve and
rengthen the taking, powers. The pupis. therefore,
-e taught the rationale of whatever comes before them;
ore attention I s paid to priciples than rules. Particular
guard is lad to the intended future destination of the pul
il, end his education is directedaccordingly. He may
l fitted for the Counting Room, for Engineerintg, for Col
ge, for Teaching, or forthe study of the Proteasions,
Physical Department.-The Phyical Department Is
tended for exercise and health. It is superintended al
ays by a master, who has the supervision and direction
Xthe pupils In all hours not taken u tbn the exercibees of
e school, and instructs in agreeableo and useful exercises,
iornotive of health and happiness
Manners and Habits.-Special attention is paid to man
iro and habits. Association with the family, and wit-h
;casional company, is, for their iniprovemen(,encouraged.
tIs the endeavor to prepare the pupil to move with pro
iety and ease in every circle oft society.
Requirements.-The admission of pupils is restricted to
Sparticu lar age, But digen t attention ,ln. perlmri-
mce of duties, anu inopniety of depoi-nneat, are expected
Iall who become members of the institution.
Record and Reports.-A.daly record of the deficien
es olt pupils in their several classes is kept by each teach
-, which is weekly submitted by the principal to each pu
ic; ant, at the expiration of fcur weeks, to the pa-ents o
lardians of each, in the form cf a report.
Pocket Money.-Pupils have but little reasonable use
r pocket mo.ne) They are supplied by the principal
rith ail necessaries, and more than these serve only to
reate and nourish artificial tastes and wants,which have
n unfavorable bearing cf'future character. They will,
lerefore, be allowed no money, but at the pleasure of the
rincipal. This rule is imperative, and, enforced, saves ex
sense to the parent and character to the pupil. The Pur
er takes charge of, all m'neys intended for the use of th
upils, and distributes only nn an order from the principal.
lo accountas.will in any cast. be made for the pupfls, nor
ill ay expenditures be incmstu:ed fotr -them,further than the
mount af money deposited forChieir use.
Wardrobes.-A directness is enrptoyed to take charge of
tie wardrobe who devotes herself exclusively tothat duty.
To save much trouble, every pupil should have each ar
icle of his clothing distinctly marked with the initials of
is name, and possess a complete inventory of the whole.
He should also have, as his own property, a set of
rushes and combs, a Bible" and a Book of Common
Examinations.-An examination is held every Fridy
Ifthe divisions under the several Instructcr, in rotation,
and a general examination of all the divisions at the close
if each term. These examinations ate open to the friends
iaid patrons of the Institution. .
Exhibitions --An cxci case in composition and declama,
ion will conclude each of the semi-annual examinations.
.ilpparatus.--The Lccrarstory s furnished with appal
*atusa sufficient (on the requisite illustrations in the several
.cpaitments, and to exhibit practically the several subjecci
sonuaected with the course of study.
Terms.-The terms are 5230 per annum, payable hall
yearly in advance. Requisites, much as fuel, lights, wash
ag, wending, beds, bedding, books, stationery, &ce. are
urnished, and without extra chargft.-
.Academic J'ear.-The academic year embraces forty
six weeks, in two terms of twenty-three weeks each.

,, HOUSE WAN I ED-A two story genteel
House for a small family, is wanted In a ienteel
fll part of the city- if uptown, on or near an omni-
r- bus line. The rent must be loW, but will be-paid
promipily, and the best care will be taken of the hbuse.
Those having such a house will state therent and situation
directed, 1815 upper post.ffice. hT
". FOR SALLO O1 LKCAS.-Tite store2d beaver
street, extending to Marhetfleld street. It is five
1lH stories, with 16-iLch waifse, and a granite fro,'t..
1 The Lot, which is entirely covered by the build -
ing, is about 22.6 x 60feet. Apply to -
Jal8 2 9 Merchants, C5elnue.
SFOR SALE.-The three story house arnd lot
-No. 86 Whiteatrej, and posses |on even on the
Amr. day of aiu ex. =the lot04 Isf"JM. xego,
-ai tand tie usdle very cotv vijnat:7 &r & go&,
wnth a dining room In 'he tear, In addition to the partors,
and is in good order. Apply to
apli 27 Merchants' Exchange. Hanover street.0-
AN FOR SaLE OR TO LET-The elegant three
fjiM story brick house No. 7 Washington Pl io, now
1 occupied by Morris Robinson,Ea',.can be viewed
from 1 to 4 o'clock.) 'Possesvion lt M1Ns and a large
proportion of the purchase money may remain 'On mort.
gage. Apply on the premises, or to
JAMES B. MURRAY, 1 Hanover st.
apl3 1w corner Wall st.
banks of the Iujson River, sixty miles from New
l 1flH 'ork, containing about 130 acres of excellent
Meadow land, and commands a view of the open.-
in-g ofthe Highlands acd suritounding scenery. The farm
now cuts about 75 tons of hay, and has a gobd hay press,
orchard, and large- Barns, with other opt buildings, anti
wili pay a good interest en the price asked for it.
Apply to THOMAS ELLiSON, on the premises, or to
ap2lm J. G.11YCKMAN, 139 Fultor, sieet.
FOR SALE.-Some valuable property in the
9 City of New Brunsw ck, New Jersey. consisting
1 1of houses, stores and farms. Also, a large aid
d convenient house, and outhouses, with about 33
acres of good land, pleasant situted on tne River Rari-
t,.n, about one miler from the City 1f New Irunswick.
Likewise a new convenient house pleasantly situated at
New Haven, Conn.
The above wtll be exchanged for property in this ci.y.
For pasiculara inquire of
ap4 if ISAAC LAWRENCE, 498 Broadway.
FOR SALE.--The three story Hot-es, w
S erecting by tl subscriber, on 8th and 9th streets,
between the 6th'and 6th Avenues, and which will
be finished on orbeiorethe lst oi April, inthe best modern
style, with mahogany door and plated furniture, marble
mantels and grates throughout. TWe lots, which are 25
feet by hal! the 1 lock (94 -eet 10 inches) are in tle.' Apply
atS Lifayette pace, or at the Equitable Insurarnco Com-
pany, 46 '% all street. W. B. LAWRENCE.
Also for sale o' to let, two or three small three story
Houses on Waverley Plate, west of Washington square.
Sand Lot No 3 University Place. The liou e is 35
feet fiont, 3 stories high, built In the best manner,
an' willbeieady for occupation ri bout the middle
of April. The lot Is in fee. Apply to
rnh8 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21-Broad at.
bTO LE. r OR LEASE.-A two btory brick
House. No S1 Beekman street. The Lot is 326
I eet front and 140 feet deep, with a well of good
jl water on the premises.
Also-A two eioty bick Htuse, No 11 Carlisle it.
Also-A three story brick front House No 3 Sussex at.,
Jersey City.
For terms, apply to J. BLUNT, No. 4 Wall st
mh6 if '
pr'ip LET, OR LEASE.-The five story fire
proof Store, No. 28 South William btreet.
p t Apply to CARY &CO.I o.1 ade.
m Feb. 15 No. 0 Pine et.
FOR SALE Real Ektate at Harlem-consisdtig
miawL of 5* lots of land, situated on 'the 7th and
8:h Avenues, between 117th'and 119tha streets.
There is by computation 70,000 loads of soil up.
on them, near which they are now levelling. These lots
will be sold as they now are, with the buildings upi.n them.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS, & CO. 21 Broad at.
mhS I j-W:

STO LET-The four story Stores Nos. 132 an
134 Frost, corner of Pine street. Apply on, th
premises to
& i OiO LEASE. Possession given immediately.
AlRH -A coma,.odious Mansion-House, with out

aplo 27 Me atni8 change.
FOR SAL .-TJaV3.StoS Houmoith
the lot in fee on mhr aOfe cfth bfth Avenuet
the first house ab-ve W-SBrevoort'm large man-.
siob. The lot is 26 by with a teounryard of
15 feet, and there i. a Jot aiUoiniqg the rear which'csn be
obtained if wanted f.,r a table. It will be sold on accom.
modating terms. Posasesmonih'flamp.ofay next. Apply
fel* 14 2X esbantat Exchange.
S "ACKAWANA COAt.. w ,eiW y the eargo. In
4 -quire at 53 William street, coT. f.Pino d14

M e RV1,POL URREL COAL AS '116e4111 d0r
charging from ship Shellield, foot of Nteaian 1ns,Z
cargo of Blondell's Orrell Coal, imporled exp'eOwy fAr
family use, large size, and lowered in the hold; for sale
in lots to stit purchasers, by ,- r -- I ,
POPHAM %& HILL, or. Broadway and 4th at.
aplO lOt and 20 Barrow street.-
S'F. MARK'S COAL YARD, Intersection so 9t sand
I'L Stuyvesant sarerts. -I hereby tauton all personal ti
debed to the said concern for Codas, not 10to make any pay-.
mert to Edward Remd on account thereofr. be being no
longer my Agent. Dated 1Ith March, 1 59
'il-t -. DWDnMAl TIN, I FPinest.
. OAL.-The subsorubeihrs aan ba4, LJverpool Us
, rel, Sidney, Pictuu, Vyirgl 1, fine Llverpool, Riddled
Newrastle. and Cannell C:a-, for hoegrate and 'nianuifac.
tures' use, for eale atthe msarkt rawsIli lotp to suit pur-
chasersi LAINt 'RANDOL'PR, abWashingtr it'
corner of Le Roy and QresnwiCB 1.and
mh19, E. Broadway and U'verneur st.
i ACKAWaNA COAL-Fer sale iby Lhe cargo-Dli-
.A liverable at Brooklyn. Apply at thbe cfifes of the
Delaware and Hudsou anatil Cmpany, 6 1 Pin* street,
New YorKi or to ALFRED WBIGHTs Agent, atProey
dence, Rhode Island., -- T g ,d4FO
I ACKAWANA COAL-Broken and Egg sia, deliver.
A ed to conatnueri in-Ne-W York and Brooklyn, at $6,
60: per ton. Also% fr' oal ,- a11H fre to cartage'

-It jp Ili*

DL. XXl. NO, 7271...

.E.. .. TUCK E, M D., D N TX-
to Dr. Kimble. No. 3 Park placnD0. 4,'"?- iS
plated his Professhoaal tudits under hb a an e' .
f,-,ent Instructon of idarwood i Tuckr of lt an= -.
having been exgensivaly*90e@4T iilo -=t-- elt "- I i."q "

Ist armlnd pi -Ne
"I. ra, ih. well..--Z11 I ;"-
e t herml hif gk-ft .-.-,,p,,w 119 a b i a al t i_'dk".
To those who Way wish to conulti h owrB ,,-
Fuly tenders his beat smrvices. .tinew real" ,;'
New York, April is;1-, ,f -. .-
Doctor Tucker begs leave to present Qhefil""
timorual frem Dr. -Klmbphll hi -ol'-. Wu ', :
DOCTOR KIMBALL, In rephqWsling l i praet "
a Dentist, begs leave to offer hleliadanfit aeknewlsd",l
mebts fur the dlstinguiahed, aow l,I ag vo-texensive ".

suc Cledffi:^e.
Hiagocwh-IcI he has enjo fir eo.New .Taf
Hr c "s or, E G. TUCEM.ly.,wO e o Yt ''.
his station at No. 3 in Park p lace, at the a ill-
ion of Dr. Kimball himself, he now Introduces, .] -
serve and without helat, onuas a gentle, oes' wbo, .-
every way, from hishigh pro Osslnl u ie j iWd ck ii.- -<
signal klldl In ,,arApulatl u u,. 0tl l
pect ,d confidence of ti puble .. U
frum is Own successful practice, ut:Iy ... ....i
the most etnl ens operators In the coiltry, Wli .1
he ,alon g) -Up--cvvzsthatkIrnd"or mive,, i e ah Of
.e chD an. Kiball had theexclu.- --e ian _."in i SLi'
Tbeseaeeth are not less ren'srkable for thi 1 1 ,peetnln '
s. ermtblace ,or rather theMr tdeitywtiff .i'v
teeth, than convwell knownfOfaegu& ir e=u!,
Manyothergen jemen ia NP wyqls on. t h al
general dentistry;have qclear4 ar t ha. .
the profeionil (hidbhe will arl tle dob- l 'elfti e)
Kimball bu certainly i no fSeeot!ir.g. N k' "
wadu them could,In hIs jud We inmt. jaw im InV
holding frost bbim sucVeilpwoo, '".. .o
Pro-eminence In the comorl-r-on, st acturd arndsr
vent. ofrartflcal teeth,,,vcb'icht..h.ldadmtt
[' holdau00ftheimdtlilliclt% ^^^a#t"
I w l lllt mar-ly 1 A dd 16 ." i ent als
cmpliahe .succeseets wellwwhlel ietaa

ow-t ffi 08if tolafwif tI. ^ -H
mendlation Is unnolickpl, and dielgg Abe I"sue -HEsI,
ihtere Ot whatever. .. t
N.ew York A,& 2 .k .
Te.estimoial tram Doctis ar.-wood
We tave carefully peie4 the alpoVe r
Of Dr IL. 4 Tucker. *hlnded"* h It
eoducar terIn hi prplyo at th "tr o C '
13 all ith parts, the very bandSpme tee( -
e-l rod, Dr. Kitmball.. 7 -H Bradarj ,
boston. April 5, -18 "9. -

0 13p ice the pti IaublC ,o 0A"t.
PONITJoi, more ha"tirty tffi i aiogu
succesively appeared. Now thfil
nh!y6tfe A Nibers4f Ne -F F
Eutn BEooa dou tlee3. imd
-: RANDJ'A, $C
Is the only rpnwhbo kasd ""
zeal and aosid uby.-tQ upi- it
Tha encourATge, LBt Oe T E-i "
the general n t hirlmuW -v4 `gs,- N.4 l ."
-e-7s his root a i x, 14 1,
From this j;

Ing to his convrlepan to uerfo
1,IFnigwho ul iv~e hicom, ef
O iferent affect or sof the Pilous r.pa
an4 combines with circeSio s
rpen In the best autolib -,
bwn r remedies exc1 n
IBreover, a pe dw A A Esq P<--,

Sist PaMtejh yex of Applyto fay-es lap-
ur. of o -

aid the temnpsnary ori permpjKfilo
tanoodi Eruptions of their&alp of t-a Oraor.
which Is moat genbraiiy-~ -
2-d Odorlie s Lq .
#bnt time, cutes..A

3.A pftullar Plauaq,'h
A pprore# and r

,opjI0 Wthe st on'gae +~ se. ... "
calty. ,,Of+e;,,BarIysret

dwrfltin part or.a
the f641th sideofe sofreero bew sreu
1 stdareae, th etaoe,. oe.
dooer wth lion grateit-uin marhtb.
Frt em 4 `Applyt so' ofl- .
Canal sfre28 A.beforN wCOA.' X O4. 11 Br .

TO. LET O- LEa, E-h ieeoyfr
NoiF!, hosntr et,b 'q

Apply at the aflceOOf the New Yuk lknerlcah,*o'y
Cce drt&.O t a.

fire' proof store, No IS Broad street to Jet aorlafte'
Posaesslan onlistofHay nelt. *
kJ5o-Thve v.stony fire proof Swoe, $0 a
Cedar Street, a~djolnng tbe.Cuto~m Horume. Possesslots o
the lst ofMy next.

st.e fis opposiyitate e the CsoHue.F secsond
medacly tr~lrT~y= *t~ nea Ithe ls,
Fo emsapy at thed storeqh. of -pI I --
fe26 t A.'L BI1NfE B 8JCK, 141brokewn.
Ak OR 8LET OR E^A E-STAh fiv stoRy r
Lroof Storensi stn -oea 84"r, 31 a~n' te deep
PP!Yitnil1 Broand will be bult so; r do tfna t

TO LETO 8ATL HOBUKXEN..- convenien twso
rabloc nrew thferr. btaerener h house~oo 1 tun
ahltre aA.p L.x ud.orp0io "
may4 bha, Ifo gHoloutkteet.
LAM ousisang o Lot, (Io--, on the ete ofth *+
E~EAndSlvenues, between 10th and jj119ete irots nwG..
nabed new thwrde Saorydos, lEsq. 419 ousgpa
on 3,thee tiraot~a next. doorloto--



THURSDAYt IYMN, AulPL 1*s ti38 -
Office, 74 Cedar &r.ee ftw *we front roadway.

THun CAsEs of the Whig deteat in thiscitt have
been treated at lngthk by both the Codrier and the
Star. We do not coincide with the iplanationk
-of either of-thse journals, and see little good, in;
deed, in the sort of discussion raised by them-but
being Wried, we propose to say a word or two al.c
on the subject.
The Courier ascribes our defeat to the nominal.
tion of Aaron Clark. This- can hardly be just,
since Mr. Clark has received larger vote by many
hundreds than last year, whei on all hands it seem-
ed to be conceded that he was a very popular can-
didate. But, says the Couriir, there were 4000
foreign votes east against us, that, but for the nom.
ination of Mr. 0., would have been givenjor us,
--Wn dare say the Courier thinks such to be the
faet-but to us it is wholly incredible. The for-
eign vote, we do, not doubt, twas against us, as for
the most part it ever has been, and ever will be
and we believe it to be waste of labor-to say
nothing of American self-respect-to endeavor tc
coax, or, by questionable sacrifices, to propitiate it,
to mouside.
Of the policy, as well as justice, of Mr. Clark's
re.nominstion, now, after the event, we feel as en.
tirely satisfied, as we did before the election-.when
we concurred entirely with the unanimous voice
of the nominating coavention-not a majority, ai
the Courier intimates- which presented hin anew
tu the people for an office, ef which he had so in-
telligently, faithful, actively, and resolutely, dis-
Sckarged the highly responsible duties. We do not
Know the Whig, at this moment, who in our judg-
ment would have polled as many votes as Aaron
That the Whige were somewhat intox'eated
with power, as the Courier states, and thought that
they could do almost any thing, we are not alto-
gether disposed to deny ; but should cite illustra-
tions of the fact for other than the nomination ol
Mr. Clark. We think it is only such a hypothe-
sis that can explain the selection last fall of such
an Assembly ticket, as now-represents, we will
ni say-b-t appears from-New York at Alba-
ny,-or thai can account for some of the appoint-
ments made in, and from, this city-or for some
other Whig measures and propositions, so called ;
and this bringsing, to the remarks of the Star re-
.pecting 1e0flrvatives. The mass of-ibemni,
according to that paper," took no part in tise elec-
tion," becauste'oertain prominent Whigs and Whig
presses" opposed Senator Talmadge. Now, in our
rjudgment, "is very nomination of Mr. Talmadge,
for ri-slsetion to the Senate of the United States,
Swat one of the strongest indications of party in-
Stozication that could have been exhibited, and the
Svary universality 'of it only strengthens our case.
And yet, forsooth, because certain persons and
presses protested, not unkindly, nor disrespect-
fully, but resosjtely, against thia nomination-the
">rank and fle" friends of that gentleman fly ofi
frtom the support of the Whigs, although that party
went, ia fact, to the death for him as Senator !--
'-hall we be considered as censorious, if we say
this dosettion does net surprise as I Our real sur'
-prise is-and therein,we think it possible, the Star
may not have spoken out the whole matter,-not
that they did not vote with the Whigs, but that
they did rot to with the Locofocos. We were
told from a pretty sure quarter, before the election,
tat the Whigs would be defeated, because tshe
S aMss of the Conservatives would certainly support
Mr. ersitn, and probably the Loeofoco tickets for
the Common Councll,-and we are dispoeid to
think the fact has tallied with the warning.,
After all, however, it. was neither the alleged
unpopularity of ou' candidate for Mayor, nor the
admitfted faliig off of the mass of the Conserva-
i td s hat c -a.use -s _"
fraud, carried the day. But for tkat. we should
have triumphed over all obstleies.
A. it is, we believe the city to be ours by a clear
Majority of the legal voters; but until the eult
can be detenraued by real voters alom., and whih-
out riot and turbulence, we must choose between
remaining in a minority, or securing, at all hazards,
a free and peaceful access fur our voters to the

Tui GrUlsta VAIMIp QAMAL.-A Mport from
tke Canal Board, in bnswor to a call for infrmsa-
tion from the Assembly, will be found in this eve-
ning's paper. Itis understood to be from tis pen
of Mr. Rugglee, Anld has she eoonurrenee, not only
of the 8baa ow,, but % twof hi associate
Commi,.iones, Mr. Bouck and Mr. Earl.
It propeesa ivry .-tsrh 08UUMIIia the work
on thin important canal, whioh ceonects, ia fact,

tm Hudson with the Alsleoy..adQ it shews
ither want of s&adequate auction or quxeesive prodi-
(alky in iaenfardng.poaAibilit for thi Sat, by
- the late acting Oemmineemr, BOwRm.
. jrhe biotery9 ftih canal! by the by, in so far as
se dereme between the estimated and
the si "eieieri, woud esJi so fUquire
s,. me-a than has beeB yet given.
Wi'm dt* roalgrde i l the sonstruc-
ldo" dthill ll l ...an assssiate, mat if
soes wou*M pe iwmisiLu uof dotlars; but
the snawal repi, the b.-Cual Qlaomiioners,
VA o tio i lua l Oftt4 that the
above esa Mi-- so I equal mel lf f the
amt. lsledfit | a, alU was
i Bmi~ony for specific infor-
||41|erm woo, that this canal wuld
C #o e lttIp lqMe three n millions more than
*9 eatidfts I tswly, this enormous discrepancy
etda O- explanations; and empeally does it
"ecouinod, very songly, tie economies in the
4bsetrualen of ( .lmt hi. nggested by Mr.
Rtsgla. -
*T? jinvincbl poems of principle was never
so swrohly d4e iasg d iO t"in letI election
in the ci l-Niw Yoril Be say s the Globe,
which paper we suppta holds principle and pa.
tronage to ba eSyamolumao.

VIawi;iiA. -The Riehmend Whig of Tuesday,
-thinks the delegation Trom Virginia will be first
reversed-ftirteen instead of six Whigs, and ix
instead of tUlrten Loeo Foeos.
** i'L- &. T W + CosxM, iwf, royfmss BaenLKCIO.--W~inche#.

r Report of the Canal Board.
S The Canal Board, who were directed by the re-
solution of the Assembly, passed the 12th of April,
1839, to report whether any and what alteration
can be made in the plan of constructing the Gen-
Sesee valley canal', which will lessen its cost, with-
out impairing its usefulness, respectfully report-
The'subject of inquiry is naturally divided by
the terms of the resolution into two branches-the
one embracing the cost, and the other the useful-
ness of the Genesee valley caaal. The object ol
r that work is to connect the Erie canal at Roches-
tsr with the Allegany river at Olean,and to accom
modate the business ofthe country intervening be-
tween those points. To obtain a proper under-
standing of the cost &ad of the usefulness of the
canal, it will be requisite to take into view some of
it's leading physical features.
The main line from Rochester to Olean is 106
miles long, and it has a branch nearly 11 Imiles in
length, which diverges to the village of Dansville,
from a poir.nt in the main line near Mount Morris,
and distant about 40 miles south of Rochester.-
The route pursues, for the greater part of its
length, the valley of the Genesee river and otne of
its tributaries, but its different divisions are singu-
larly diversified in their topographical character.
The head waters of the Genesea, gathered in
the mountain districts of the upper part of Penn-
sylvania, flow into this State in a northerly direc-
tion," end across the elevated lands in the county of
Alleghany at a height varying from 1000 to 1500
feet above tide-water. Afterpassing with a grad-
ual deaseentnorLy th.r u. hat co- ty. it waters
+e*U~ittly lpreip~iated upon fth r-rwTand dIstrict
traversed by the Erie canal, through a succession of
cataracte and rapids which extend northwardly
for 17 miles from Portageville, and terminate at
Mount Morris. From that point northwardly to
Rochester, the descent of the river again becomes
gentle, so that its bed at Mount Morris is not ele-
vated more thin seventy-fivo feet above the level
of the Erie canal at Rochester.-
The Genesee Valley Canal partakes of the ir-
regularities which are occasioned by these abrupt
transition in the character of the river. For the
first 36 miles after leaving Rochester, it passes
through the rich level low-land district lying in the
valley of the Genesee, between the Erie Canal and
Mount MoMis; and it-attains this latter point by a
loekage of only 95 feet divided into ten locks. But
immediately on leaving Mount Morris, the charae-
- tr ofthe canal undergoes a great and sudden al-
teration. For nearly 17 miles south of that place,
the bed of the river is confined within a precipi-
tous and rocky defile, varying from one to four
hundred fret in depth, which has been worn by the
stream in its rapid descent from the upper country
,-and it becomes necessary to overcome this ab-
rupt change of level, by very numerous locks, and
'by a tunoelaod other expensiveexcafations. Af-
ter surmounting this gorge, the canal Afty at-
tais its summit level upon the elevated table land
iWlte county of Allegany, which separates the wa-
Sflowing Northwardly into Lake Ontario, from
those descending Seuthwardly into the Allegany
river. The summit is 11 1.2 miles long,
end from its Southern extremity the canal
descends, for 10 miles, down a gentle declivi-
ty to Olan. The Northern extremity of the
summit is distant some 50 miles South from
Mount Morris, and it is elevated 978 feet above
the level of the Erie Canal at Rochester.
From this sketch of the line, it will be apparent
that the principal physical difficulties which the
work isa obliged to encounter, are found on the mid-
dle division of tke canal, of 60 miles ia length, ly-
ing between Mount Morris and the summit. The
lockage of the whole canal (excluding the 83 feet
oa the Dansville branch) is 1063 feet, and exceeds
the total lockage of the Erie Canal by395 feet and
of this amount, 889 feet are contained on the mid-
die division.
The cost of the canal (excluding $314,52043 for
the Dansvillt branch) is estimated by the Canal
Commissioners in their recent report, (Asembly
Documents of 1839, No. 360,) at $4*585,602 36,
and of this amount $0,928,046 is the cost of the
middle division.
The qtiestion now presented by the resolution
of the Assembly is, whether the cost of thisci-
nal can be lessened without impairing its useful-
The usefulness of the work will consist either iq
affording tolls to the public treasury, or in cheap-
oaing the cost of transportation. The terms of the
resolution of the Assembly will, therefore, virtually
exclude any plan of alteration which would mate-
rially lessen'the revenues of the canal, or enhance
the expense of using it.
The canal board are not possessed of all the
facts necessary to enable them to estimate with

+ v. .? -.-+ + .. ,n S i rA B > -
d J I L Wednesday, April 17.
The Assembly concurred in the amendmeoin of
the Senate to the bill tQ extend the benefits of in-
atmetion to the blind, except that which left it op-
tional with the Board of Supervisors of counties
frmn which indigent pupils were sent to the Insti-
tution to furnish clothing for them.
The question was then taken, and the Senate
receded from their amendment.
Bills read a third time and passed:
To authorise the Supervisors of the county of
Kings to extend the warrants of Collectors in the
city of Brooklyn, and per centage to be added to
unpaid taxes, and also how lands are to be sold
for unpaid taxes in the city of Brooklyn.,
To revive and amend the act to incorporate the
New York Statistical Society.
To amend the act incorporating the Eighth
Ward Fire Insurance Company in the city of New
York. -
Tuesday, April 16, half past 3 P. M.
The Committee of the Whole, Mr. A. H. Green
in the chair, took up the bill to change the route of
the Commissioners to adopt the route known as
"the middle route" from Nunda to Mount Morris.]
Mr. Lawrence moved a substitute for the whole
bill, directing a re-examination of the route in ques-
tion, and authorising the Commissioners thereupon
to change the route as they may deem conducive
to the public interest.
Mr. Bishop moved to amend so as to open the
route only through the disputed territory to Nunda,
instead of going as far as Portageville.
Mr. Bishop's amendment prevailed, and Mr.
Lawrence's substitute, as modified, passed.
Mr. Welch, in the House, moved to strike out
the enacting clause of the bill. Carried-ayes 42,
noes 40.
So the bill was rejected.
U. S. Senator.
The bill to provide for the election of a U. States
Senator, came from the Senate with amendments
providing for a choice by concurrent resolutions
instead of joint ballot.
The question of concurrence was laid on the ta-
ble, 61 rising in the affirmative.
Adjourned to 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.-
Wednesday, April 17.
Mr. Bishop reported, as complete, with amend-
ment, the bill authorising the first judge of any
county of the degree of counsellor to hold the
county courts.
The report of the committee was concurred in,
and the bill ordered to a third reading.
New York and Erie Railroad.
The House, in Committee of the Whole,' Mr.
.Childs in the chair, resumed the consideration of
the bill for the construction of the New York and
Erie Railroad.
Without taking any question the House ad-

To which saEa one-tent for one ioo:
additional lift,

Add for enhancement of prices of
v -4h- and provisions since -the
completion of the Chenango Ca-
nal, say 45 per cent.,

At this rate 114 composite locks on
the Genesee Valley Canal would
cost ($6,073 95 by 114.)
But upon the plan now in progress
of building 83 stone locks and 32
composite locks, (the latter cost-
ing $8,684 60 each,) the expense
will be .

380 85
94,189 35

$1,884 60

$6,073 95

$692,430 30

1.574,095 50

Showing a difference of $881,665 20
In case, however, it should be deemed expedient
to build composite locks on this canal, of a quality
superior to those on the Chenangocanal, and sim-
ilar in plan to the 33 composite locks now under
contract, then the cost of 114 such locks would be
($8,684 60 by 114,) $998,044 40
Coat of continuing the present plan
as above $1,574,095 50

Difference of outlay, $584,051 10
In respect to the future cost of maintenance, the
account would stand thus:
To replace the timber work of 114 composite
locks at $900 each, (although the Board are inclined
to think this charge too high,) $102,600
But the saving of simple interest at 5 per
cent for 12 years, on the difference first
above stated of $98$1,665 20, would be $529,067
Or on the difference secondly above stat-
ed, of $584.051 10, it would be $370,430
Leaving a gain, after replacing the tim-
ber work in the first instance, of $426,400
And ir' the second instance, of $267,830
It is proper, however, to state, that the ten stone
locks between Mount Morris and Roahester, (and
now in progress at a cost ot $17,190 11 each,) are
already so nearly completed that they cannot be
Changed with advantage; and some of the Board
are of opinion that on this section of the line,
where stone of proper quality is easily obtained,
stone locke should have been constructed in any
event. The saving, therefore, which is to be ef-
fected by changing the plan of locks, will not in-
elude the ten locks north of Mount Morris, and
the total amount to be saved will thereby be di.
finished from 90 to 110,000 dollars. But as to the
remaining 94 locks south of Mount Morris, th(
Board are of opinion that the change should be
made which is above recommended, although it is
the opinion of some of the members that if stone
of a suitable character could be obtained near the
' work, stone locks even on that portion of tib line,
might be constructed with advantage.
It is not perceived that the proposed substitution
of composite for stene locks will materially "im-
pair the usefulness" of the canal.' The transit of
boats in either case will be equally cheap and ex-
ped.tious, and the necessary annual repairs can be
made with equal facility. At the end of the twelve
years, when the timber portion of the lock is to be
replaced, the work can be completed in a short
time, and before the opening of navigation in the
spring. It may possibly occur, however, that du-

iMi the BAive mentloned e.silate of eventle
was deducted, exhibits. a quantity varying not
much from 75,000 tons, being about one-tenth of
the tonnage of the Erie canal, and onwefourth of
that of the Champlain canal.
The probable amount of transportation to be rx-
peelocted upon this canal becomes important to the
present inquiry, because it will affect the question
as to the degree of durability necessary to be given
to the locks and other mechanical structures. It
will readily be perceived that in constructing a
work like the Erie canal, upon which the lockages
last year were 25,962, being an average of 114
daily for the 228 days of navigation, and where
every interruption, even for the purposes of repair,
is to be carefully avoided, it would be expedient
and proper to impart much greater strength and
solidity to the locks and o her structures, than up.
on a lateral canal, like that under consideration,
where, if the above estimate of its business be cor-
rect, not more than 10 or 12 boats woulddaily pass
the locks.
By inspecting the profile of the Gen-see Valley
canal, it is apparent that a large amount must ne-
cessarily be expended in constructing its locks,
which are 114 in number. To this branch of the
work, the Board have therefore directed their par-
ticular attention, and they have inquired whether
some change may not be made in the plan hereto-
fore prescribed for the canal, which will lessen the
heavy expense in which the State must otherwise
be involved. A letter has been addressed by the
present acting commissioner on that canal to the
chief engineer, Mr. Mills, and a copy of his an-
swer is hereunto subjoined, from which the follow.
ing facts will appear, to wit:
1. The total eost of the 114 locks upon the
present plan will be $1,574,095 50, or $13,807 86
2. The 10 locks between Mount Morris and Ro-
chester, will cost 1171,901 10, or $17,190 11 each;
and it is ascertained by the Board, that the 17 locks
next south of Mount Morris will each cost some-
what more than the sum last named.
3. Of the 114 locks,81 are to be built of stone,
and the remaining 33 are to be of the kind termed
"composite," being composed of stone faced with
4. The locke on the Chenango canal, which are
also 114 in number, are (with the exception offive
stone locks) all of them composite. They were
built under the direction of Mr. Bouck, one of the,
present Canal Cemmissioners, and their average
cost was $3,808 50 each.
5. The 35 composiie locks on the Genesee Val-
ley canal, will cost $8,684 60 cents each. But the
engineer accounts for the difference between their
cost and that of the locks on the Chenango Canal,
by stating that they have three feet more lift than
the latter, that they are to be rors perfectly con
structed; and that there has been a general en-
hancement in the price of provisions and labor
mince the completion of the Chenango Canal, vary.
ing from 40 to 50 per cent.
6. The timber work of a composite lock will not
need to be replaced more frequently than once ir
twelve years-and the annual repairs in the mean
time will be small, amounting, in the opinion o
the engineer, to twenty dollars for each lock ; al-
though he states that the actual cost of repairing
the composite locks on the Chenango canal du-
ring the last season did not exceed five dollars
The total cost of replacing the timber portion ol
a composite lock will be about $900-and an a-
bundant supply of timber suitable for the construc-
tion and maintenance of composite locks can be
found near the line of the canal.
7. It isqielieved that stone of the proper quality
for stone locks is only found on that portion of the
canal between Mount Morris and Rochester, upon
which the ten locks above mentioned are situated ;
and the canal commissioners, in their report (No.
360) above referred to, express an opinion that" be
tween Mount Morris and Portageville there is no
stone su table for the face of locks, and that the
same remark applies to the line at the summit le-
vel to Olean."
SThe locks being 114 in number, and surmount-
ing an aggregate elevation of 1146 feet, their aver.
age lift is 10 feel. The average lift. of the locks
on the Chenango canal is only nine feet; so that in
comparing the cost of the locks on the canals, one-
tenth must be added for the increased lift of those
on the Genesee Valley Canal.
Upon these facts the Caril Board think it must
be apparent that a material reduction can be made
in the cost of the locks on the Canal in question.
The average cost on the composite locks on the
Chenango Canal was 63,808 50

it,-- had sent their subscriptions to balls undertaken ior
"Yesterday, the Co'onel was with me, and I the relief of the neighboring poor..
did anticipate he would have stayed with me some The Legitimist journals make regular and os-
time; but, (horrid to relate I) before the sun set, tentatious reports of the principal Royalist Soirees,
we received intelligence that Colonel Scott's for which, of course, higher dignity, .aste, refint-
house had been attacked by Indians. Mrs. meant, intellectuality, and de!igt., are emphatically
Bailey and children,.with Mrs. Perini, were sho claimed, than can possibly belong to the assem-
dead, and one of the servants;, who #was in the blages of new people-people without hereditary
House at the time, was mortally wounded ; and nafie or gusto, let their wealth or station be what
Wim. Bailey, the child, was wounded in the arm. they may. The faubourgs St. Geimain and S'.
This occurred about 8 (o'clock on the night of the Honoe:, are the head-quarters of aristocratic
3d inst. fashion. In the 8t. Honord, the Hotel Castellane
"I am placed, ind have been, in a most wretched is the prime rendezvous, the English nobility and
situation. I am almost worn down. I have noth. gentry" of that quarter, and the grandees of Italy
ing more to slate, but that my party (engaged in and Spain, being admitted.- The host, the Count
* getting out Navy timber) has been twice attacked de Castellane, is a Maecenas. Five hundred elect
this winter, and we have been twice driven ; one dilettanti composed his company on Sundiy even-
white man was killed, and two Indians. We are ing last. They were entertained with two pro..
now busy shipping timber at the hazard of our verbes-(short and familiar dramatic pieces) well
) lives. played ; with the reading of an inedited tragedy,
"There is no knowing-what a day may bring which no regular dramatic corps will ever consent
i forth. This is written under great excitement.- to play. though the woik of a Viscount; with mu.
We are in a horrid state." sic by first rate artists, including the new prodigy,
Mademoiselle Garcia; and with chocolate, tea,
CANADA PATPiO* PaRisoNzRas.-Eighteen of and coffee, prepared to suit the relish of each of
those taken at Sandwich have been sentenced to the nations that affect them respectively. The
be transported, and 6 to be released on the Lake frequenters and trumpeters of the Legitimist Soi.
Odes do not fail to sneer at the Couttleircle, apd the
Ontario bound ry line: 14 are held in London motley convocations of the new idgime in every
jail to be set free iftlkto' be no further disturbance, sphere.
and those in Q.uebco:;re to be liberated-accord- Those very pestilent and horrible orgies, the
ing to orders from England. public masked balls, multiply as the Carnival ap-
proaches, and the rage for them seems to extend
Caracas papers to the 17th Iult., have been re- beyond that of any preceding year. A young
ceived at New Orleans. A convention has been American friend told me yesterday, ,that he re-
ratified between Venezuela, Equador and New w-ined, last Sunday, from midnight till nearly two
Grenada, for facilitating communication between in the morning, at and about the Thiatre de I
their inhabitants-nowspapers, periodicals, aiad Renaissence, endeavoring, in vain, to g t access to
pamphlets are to be free from postage. the masquerade in the vast interior; and that the
t adjacent streets and c, -ffec-houses were crowded
[From the BAdtimore .merisan.] with disappointed strugglers tike himself-most of
LAT5ST FROM BaiZL.-By the brig Tweed, them in dominos or fancy dresses. Another, who
Captain Robinson, at this port yesterday evening, sui;eeded, early, in penetrating, informed me that
from Rio de Janeiro, we have advices from that in a quarter of an hour the revolt of his moral
place to 21st February. A letter of that date, says: sense at the whole spectacle became so strong as
"Since ours of 9,h, the Montezuma has arrived to stifle his first resolution and curiosity for 'he
from Baltimore, with 1500 bbls. FJour; the Ama- occasion : it took him more than an hour to work
zon from Richmonod, with 2300 bbis., and the Sa- his way out of the dense crowd wilhir, and the im-
ratoga from New. York, with codfish and lum- pression which he carried away was, that no truly
ber. respectable female could consent wo be even a spec-
S"The Argo's cargo of Baltimore Flour is retail.- tator for the ahort time which hi, fOir>n nQaw,.d

I AS eipebii i6 the proposes of thl canal. The n. [ir nNpe Cw ilre enhce of Jr f. Aoredutil,
gineer was direled, however, duriui Lhe last a' A -I Fe,.'
son, toscuttle thi dam abd build an aqueduct over THE GAY WORtD. -
the river, at an elevations of 11 feet above its sur, H A Y W LD.
face. The estlma*d eo of the aqueduct, ese'u- On Thursday last, the eminent American bank-
"'ve of the damages-for sauttling the dam, is $122,- er, Mr. Welles, gave a grand ball in his.noble ho-
660. tel in the Place St. George. Eleven rooms, some
One of the reasons assined for building theaque. of the pac. eou, re ene rt ,sOome
duct, was the apprehension that the freshets of the of them very spacious, were opened for the ejoy-
river might occasionally render the mill pond im- ment of the company-in number from five hurt-
passable for boatsi Bht the interruption which dred to five hundred and fifty in the course of the
would onlythus be temporaryed in passing the river evening. The conservatory of the accomplished
could only be temporary, and would not exceed g y i .-
five or six days in a year-and any apprenensions hoests, which is rich in the rarest and most bril-
in this respect are fully counterbalanced by the' liant plants, and the Chinese boudoir, furnished
danger that the acquedutt may be swept away by from the Celestial Empire, were particularly admir-
some of the heavy inundations to which it would ed. All the apartments were lighted in a way to
besubject. The breaking up of the Genesee river,
carrying with it large masses of ice,musL he attend- give the finest effect to the whole scene. Among
ed with hazard,but when.burthened,as it frequent- the guests were titled dignitaries, financial notabili-
ly is, with flating trees and? drift wood, it would lie,, English and French of the various degrees of
greatly endanger any structure which-should is fashion, and about one hundred and fifty Ameri-
pede its course: and it need hardly be stated, that
ihe destruction of the acqueduct would occasion cans, certainly not iaferior-especially the ladies
much more serious interruption to the trade of the -either in appearance or manner, to any denomi-
canal, than would ever be realized from olli the am- nation of the Europeans. The band consisted of
barrassments which cad be anticipated in passing thirteen of the best musicians, led by one of the
through the pond.
It should, however, be observed, that if the aque- brothers Strauss, immortal, as you know, by both
I duct could be maintained, it would furnish a more the composition and performance of their waltzes.
perfect and convenientlnavigation than to cross in The dazzling gala was opened as early as nine o'-
a pond above the dam 4and it would also discon.- lock, and broke up at three in the morning. Every
nect the canal from the hydraulic power now draw- .
ing its water from the ppnd. But the board enter- one had reason to be satisfied; every part of the
training doubts of the security of the adteduct, and arrangement proved entirely successful. In short,
considering the difference in the expense and other the affair "went off" perfectly well-which is un-
circumstances, they recommend the abandonment derstod to be the main recompense of the taste
of the aqueduct. liberality exercised on suh occasions by the
In proposing those changes in the plan of con- and liberality exercised on such occasions by the
structing this canal, it Ohould, however, be stated, hosts. In order to teach you how different is the
that it has now becomesomewhat difficult to carry situation of a Paris party-giver from that of a
them into execution. The 10 stone locks between Mrs. Washington Potts, so happily related by
Rochester and MountfMorris, as is above stated, diretio for
are o fr cmpleed tht tey cnno no heMiss Leslie, I will mention that the directions; for
are so far completed that they cannot now he
changed with advantage. Of the remaining 104 this splendid entertainment were prepared and dis-
locks, 78 are already under contract-but it is bc- tribute in the space of an hour; and that all was
lived that not much progress has been made in duly achieved, according to my narrative above,
their construction. TIe aqueduct at Mount Mo- without further trouble or anxiety. The macbhin-
Sris has also been put upder contract, and some ex- w. ht f mh
pense has been incurred in preparing the founda- cry here is so well contrived and so familiar by in-
tions of the pier. cessant use, that the results come like those of the
The hope is, however, entertained that if au- umons of Aladdin's lamp.
thority shall be promi.ly given by the Legislature summons of Aladdin's lamp.
to settle with the con rectors, it may be accom- Monsieur and Madamne Shiff, from New Orleans,
polished upon reasonable terms. Important savings resident in the ChaussdD'Antinr. issued at the be-
may therefore yet be tade, by changing the plan ginning of last week their cards for a ball on the
rin the particulars aboiesugte.Bthewr
is nowin the particulars a boe suggested. But the work 9th proximo. Two yeais ago, they regaled two
is now i rapid progress, and whatever changes are
Sto be made should be commenced immediately, thousand acquaintance with a like festival. That
SSo pressing, in the opinion of the Board, is the exi- now offered is limited to a thousand, a number not
agency of the ease, thae they have felt bound to lose sufficient to fill their elegant apartments.
no time in communica.ing the facts to the Legisla- Yesterday (31st inst.,) the stated soitle of Gen.
lure; and they have thereforee answered the reso- w h
lution of the Assembl-, withoutwaiting to investi- Cas was uncommonly brilliant. The number of
gate more minutely 6ose particular details of the French and foreigners of distinction present was
work, which might lave enabled them to state larger than usual. It included L-)rd and Lady
whether any other iterations than those above Granville, the Turkish Ambassador and suite, and
suggested could be mrde in the plan of the canal e, th Turkmstoh Ambassao Thsie, and.
which would lessn its cost without impairing the heads of most of the Embassies. The proper.
its usefulness." lion of Americans in the company fell short, owing
All of which is respectfully submitted, to the attraction of Col. Thorn's grand ball given
I SAMNVL B. ROOGLts, on the same evening. I have not the honor of a
SW. C. BouceR,
f JONAs EARLL, Jun'r, personal acquaintance with the New York magni-
SBATES CooxK, fico. As a street saunterer I am familiar with his
Jicos HAIGoE, matchless equipages. One of his gueetsof yester-
0. L. HOLLEY, day evening, who had witnessed here, in Great
Albany, April 15, t39. SPZNC&a. Britain, and in Italy, similar galas in the most fAsh
Albany April15,39.
ionable private mansions, informs me that Colonel
IFrom the Jlexandria Gazette.] Thorn's ball transcended them all in everyrespect.
The New York American is favored in is eor-
Sreepondence-we refer to Mr. Walsh's letters from [ like to record the legitimate triumph of an Ame-
Paris-and the letters from an American lady who siean abroad when he does undertake to live in the
Shas been travelling in the East. The daily press highest style.
performs its best office in giving such productionsba for oh
The two great charity balls, one for the Polish
10' the public. They enlighten, interest and re-
fine.yer refugees, (of which la Guiccioli, once the favorite
Extract o a letter, datd married mistress of Lord Byron, is a lady Pa-
PmiLADLPHIAr Apil 17, 1839. troness,) the other for the pensioners of the Res-
Our Spring business, except with our own toration Civil List, were announced, a fortnight
SState, is over and has been large beyond precedent, ago, with promise of a splendid display. For
The payments of last year's purchase have all been the latter, application was made for three hundred
made, and large cash advances on this year's bills. t c
Money is in demand at 1 per cent. a month, and tickets more than could be conceded. Strangers
good paper at 1. 14. Stocks here have not follow- are eager for this annual pageant eleemosynary;
ed the lead in your (N. Y.) market, and it is the because they expect the presence of most of the
general impression that your prices of yesterday, noblesse of the old regime with their grand airs of
especially in Western Banks, traditional haul-ton. On Monday, S8th ult. it was
It is expected that Admiral Baudia, with the given in the sumptuous saloons lately opened, in
French squadron under his command, now off the Rue de Richelieu, of the new Club of the Two
i Yera Cruz, will visit this port before their return to Worlds, (des Dewu .Mondes.) The reception
France. They will be warmly welcomed, rooms of the Tuileries are scarcely more magnifi-
ii' P' ,j,, G nnoi .- -Ldltts, .~oth cent-r- very tbingein.the ball hartuo-izeid with the
ub ce both decorations of this fairy palace: "pyramids of
pubic and private, have been received from indi- flowers; walls of mirrors ; suns of tapers; ara-
viduals on board our South Sea Exploring Squad- besque galleries of orange, citron, and myrtle; an
ron, dated 15th January, off the River La Plata, intoxicting orchestra ; an exquisite, picturesque
supper, &c. &c." These term are not exaggerated,
nine days out from Rio Janeiro, at which time all if i may credit some of my American friends, who
on board were reported to be in eood health, thought the price of each ticket (four dollars) mo-
derate for the splendors of the scene. You know
[ fFrom the .N'ational Intelligencer.] that nothing curious, gorgeous, or modish, is to be
FaoM FLoRIDA.-The situation of inhabitants seen here, which the Americans do not hasten to
of parts of this Territory continues to -be most enjoy at any cost-whtever may be the "tears
dangerous and deplorable. A letter received yes- of the purse," the inclemency of the weather, or
terday from Mr. Wm. D. Acken, a well-known the protraction of the vigils. The chords of bene-
respectable former inhabitant of this city, under violence are moved in France chiefly by those of
date of St. Marks, April 5th, affords sufficient evi- the violin. I have just read, in a paragraph of in-
dence of this. The following is an extract from telifgenee from the Povinces, tlhat three bishops

ot the Varliarns o bo0 eieta" it I. no
uncommon, frolic for the boaeols Jbucks ,d d-
miareps, journeymen and grisettes, to be absent
from their proper employment and lodgings, from
wturday afternoon to MOnday afternoon, using
the amern dominos six or seven hours of theJSun-
day morning at one of the Opera balls, and the
same portion of time from midnight on Monday at
the masquerades in the Concert-rotundas.
Another kind of entertainment has been tender-
ed to this public, which, I guess, they will not
comprehend better than they do the veins of
Scott & Cooper in the French translations of the
Antiquary and the Pioneers. On the 28th ult.,
treading the Arcade of the Rue de Rivoli, I re-
marked in the windows of a famous wine.seller,
two portraits of the "celebrated Ameaican Come-
dian, Mr. Hill," exceedingly well lithographed, in
his two capital characters, the one, Hiram Dodge,
-the other, Major Wheeler,"-as he played them
with the greatest success at Drury Lane. London.
A'l this done into proper French. And I can as-
sure you, that almost every passenger stopped to
read and admire. His arrival in Paris had been
suitably announced in Galignani's M-ssenger.-
[ have not yet heard of his performance ;' but I
should have expected a tolerable house frpm among
the British colony in Paris,attracted by the promise
of fun in the Yankee charicatures.
Besides the danso-mmnia, there prevails here,
what is termed in one of the newspapers, a musi-
cal neuralgia. In the jokes of the day, I find the
statement thAt the Royal Academy of Medecine
have appointed a committee of their body to in-
quire into the evil and divise a nephritick. Every
day, every hour, from noon until midnight, has itA
public concert; and private musical soir, is are be.
yond calculation. Foreign performers flock hithei
at this season, to make a short and lucrative can,-
paign; and all the topping domestic performer,
look for a benefit, with the aid of their special col-
leagues and admirers. The names of some of the
Germinn whose concerts, or particular exhibitions
are advertised, appear to me of t, rrific snund anc
aspect, such as Messrs. Schlesinger and Schneitz-
hoeffer, M'Uele Heincffelfer, 4-c. We are promised
an parly visit from Madame Sophie delVl'Occa Scho.
berlechner, prima donna of the Italian Opera al
Vienna, who is represented to possess a voice o
extraordinary compass, sonorousness, and melody
and to capable of executing with equal facility
tha tasks of primo soprano, and prime contralto.-
The London papers seem to be struck with th
name of Baron Yon Grumppenberg Poitmes, hu.
band of the Princess of Bavaria ; but this appella.
tion is quite euphonious by the side of a few thai
figure in our concert bills. I would rather have tc
declaim the twenty or more names of Louis Phil.
ippe's god-son, the new born of the Queen of Por-
tugal, than be compelled to articulate those of th(
Chefde Chant at the Grand Opera,and the chief edi-
tor of the Gazette usical,,who gives to his subscribe,
era, into the bargain, a very rich weekly morning
Madame Cinti Damorenu, whom a severe indis.
position long withheld from the Comic Opera, ha-
returned to its boards with unimpaired voice an
dramatic excellence. In the combination of'these
this lady-as, I think, I have before written tc
you-has gratified me more than any of her "con.
temporaries." She is truly aaid to represent thi
perfection of French music, tempered and purifiec
in the Italian school. Her favorite character is th
Lady of the Domino Neir, the master-piece o
Scribe and Aubar's joint labors. By the way, thil
fascinating Opera has been converted, at Madrid
into a very successful comedy, called La Segmndc
Dame Duende, which has been represented iwent3
times consecutively, with unbounded applause '
You see that the people of Madrid do not neglect
.t he stage in the midst of all their deep alarms anc
distresses. -
Mlademoiaelle Falcon, who was so long and un-
disputedly the first cantatrice and tragic actress ol
the Grand Opera, has lost, by an affection of th(
breast and throat, her operatic vice, but has been
listed for the Theatre Francais, where, with the
dramatic talent and elocution which she retains,
she may do justice to Corneille and Racine, and
prove a formidable rival for Mademoiselle Rchel,
The latter has lost nothing in public favor, and
has made sensible proficiency ia her profession,
The Parisians are now earnestly occupied with a
controversy respecting her salary. She began with
a modest contract-four thousand francs per an-
nvim-which was soon made eight. The director
of the Theatre lately agreed to swell the sum to
twenty thousand per annum ; but her present pre-
tensions are equivalent to eighty thousand ;-more
than Talmn or .Mademoiselle ,Mars ever regularly
enjoyed. Some of the feuiUetonuts pronounce
her exorbitant, considering that she is not abso-
lutely established in fame and power. She in-
cludes in her demands a three months' vacation
annually, to be employed in reaping a golden har.
vest in the provinces, or at London, where she is
expected to appear in June next. This Melpo-
mane of seventeen years of age, and in the si]l-b
month only of her theatrical life, is liberally paid,
beside,; for. her recitations at the fashionable
soirees. La Qutidienne says of the salary-con.
test, "Aujowd'/nsi citte affair. occupe tout Paris,
on en cause dtpui. Ie Uabinet de .M. .Montalivel
jusqu'au parquet des agens de change ; dints/ e an-
tichajmbrea des Twilerieu comme dans li salle des
Pa. Perdus; dans lea coulissesf comme d la Cham-
bre, et dana ce moment l'affaire de Belgique n'est
qua d'un interet secondaire."
At the Comic Opera a new piece entitled Regine,
text of Scribe, music of Adam, of a very lively cast
in both, has been crowned with complete success-

(Semi Wekly 1tew&t
.....o. a., ,Wedesa4y, 2FP. M.
COTromr-The late advriceV trISm i roe a* of rather a
wi-,ole8one nature, but have had itthk sffet upon trans-
actions here. The sales since oug last have been but
abontK16 balea, at rates ranginglr i 13i a 1l. a1r.o
holders are atll fiArm at full rates of last quotatons, wait.
ing.laler intelligence from Europe. The market is ox.
eeedingly dull.

On Tuesday, the 16th instant, of con"imption,
Caroline, youngest daughter of Henry WiU.lf, im
the 17th year of her age. The friHada "-d -.
quaintancen of the family, an4 th office attached
to the Custom Houa, ar? respectfully invited 'o
attend her funerali-this afaerroon, 18th *inurt, at
5 o'clock, from the residence ef ier fatherr,4 Da-
lancey street.
On the 17th, of consumption, L. J wife f
Robert B. HavilA, aged 33 ye'". Th friend
of the family are iqrited to attend the fmueal, at
No. 70 Sands stress, Bfooklyn, at- 4 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon, (lpth inst.)
L.st evening, ES1pbeth Panny, younger child
of A. 8..Marvin, agd4*yars, 6 moot"s, and 8
days. The friend ofYA niim4dy ore invited to
attend her funeral at half pad cl o 0Ik Ue after-
noon, fiom tihe residence of her fhi, iMn Pierpont,
near Hicks street, Brooklyn.

In the ship H.milton, from New OrleCaj-mreM
Mickett, Mrs Safe and children.
tio the brig New Jaraey, from Darmh*ns. ..g ;
Wing, Johnson, Hall, Thaycr, Tifinti, 4.Md
Boynton. -

MRN.,--An adjourned meeting of thi itnera1 C4m0ailee
of Whig Young Men will be held ea Friday evebhi at 7
o'clock P. M. at Broadway Huw. ,
By order. WILLIAM TURM BR, Chairnaojf
H. W. HAV s, ecret.
M. 0. RoB.aim, P erea ,p^
VERPOOL.-Cabin Pausenger. by this s bipwill i betakeo
en board by the steamer Hercules, t0morro orling,e at
12 o'clock.from the foot of Whiteiall street. -.

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Young Hyson-61g hairebeutt 48ca6ic; 360 do 40%iW
43c; 2460 do 33aS6c; 1I8 1ilbboxs, 49a64; 7 141b do
6 4; 800 131b do 405.; 2#L 121 do 62c; 9 atey bo] h.60!
f Hyson Sklb-S. cheMts. 27c.
Hyuon-87 chess, 414a46; 200 balf do 36lI; 1N nlb
do 40; 60catty boxe,0e. -c
SGunp-wder--l9 half chat 43a60r; W0 0llMcoxo, if2a
t21; 40061b do 59; 50 canniaers, Mac." -4.- ,
Imperial-127 half chests, 37a46 800 131b bose s0"; 400
i .Jb do 67&a; 16 case cannistOr 68. -
Pecco-10 heat I,10; 10 half do, S3c.
Orange Poc.o-2 chests, 85c; 100 half do31a"Olp.
Pouchon-25 cheats, 70c; 417 Lalf do 37"a46,30010Ob
boxes, 41a43, AS6cae, 87. -
Souchong-2o6 chests, 41a48; 31 half do, 54; 3;0 ib
f Cassia-553mate, t c. ,"
S(On Peek8lip.1
l ugar-203 hhds St Martin4. SiW+7;0; 30 bb-l do ,e a
75e, 4 months.
By C. h WI. J,0
S Under Wardens' Inspeadon, for *onm t of und.wrt.
Store, for cash. .
Tin-1456 boxqs, damaged, $8isa$.'
S Paper- 400 amount, French letter, enttled to debeture,
I 1ta$l; 50 do Foolcap,1lica.
, 14 .months over lO10.] "
Mahogany-61,000 feet St Dmiag Mabho y, Mw bre
Arcott8 Cayo, 7a39e6 t lb.
S Rosewood-30 sticki.Roewoed, $31&M sueh.
S Wool.-A few thousand pouada of VFlee Wool have
been sold at 60 to 68 cents. The artilea I dull ina eoe-
quenc. of the low pice of Broad Cloth, &e., aid a glrm
scarcihy ofmonxey. In palled thee toi o dstodat iof.
mn--riac. m ,e bllm ,,n *f,.
>Irun-Ba)e of 280 toni ebU Pig. ai W, 9 meatba, bay.
been madeedunlr.h ate west. In lSd I O nothtu Is do.
ong, Rad little in market. Oil market 1f euly free of
all sorts o Ironaand very Iule anlvila.
A n a 8 BRIGHTON, AiriII, aIm.
A t market, 31a ^S cattle, |ins8d'gr lk0w s. 14 yoke
workiag xe., 9 Cpw,, a,. -l%"l. hMu,. 7

7 ",Smto a; tnh qallty "Ilap 7,25.. .,
Store.-No ates netce.4.- .. -+ .
Working Oxenh-,iiO, 1lt, 118, 111, *!.-
Cow, arid Calves-.-$ 6ll 44,. + **
Sbeep--4,2., 4,50, 6+, 6,10, 6,6,5. -
S. Swine.--Lat were takento Pedlhl at Bjc to 9 forElv#;
5tw 10 for Barrow; at retail l e for (owe lie foBai.
rows.--Yankee Farmar.] -
M OmL; 'hlairday, April 11.
Liverpool--Ship Splendid: 19u2 balge'ouen.
Boston-BalqueNaahua; 606 baleesdun, a0lo.eshest-
inta, 191 idees, 601 bales rore, 40 pkgaffUckwbeat.
Cadiz-Brig Armadillo : 76t pipe staWros.f
Philadelphia-Sclh Pennasylvania: 91 4tsu cotton, sun-
dry lota mue.. .
N York-Schr A Westcot: 143 baler eaoten, 99 cedar
Isf.sI lr t lilimber. """ -, *'+ -


excellent stock for the strong box ofthe managers.
The chief present attraction at the Italian Opera
in the Faubourg St. Germain, is an almost literal
translation ef Scribe's Le Philtre, under the title
Elisaire d'Amor, music of the Miaestro Donizetti,
who is himself here to enjoy his own admirable
compositions, better executed than they ever have
been in Italy. Lablache plays the part of the
mountebank doctor-
II gran medico
Dottore encicdopedlco
Chiamato Dulcamara.
Conceive a via.comica equal to what any Fal-
staff ever displayed on the British stage, and add
to this the effect of the noblest bass voice, the best
managed in the world, and you may form some
idea of the feast which is afforded. The London
Opera reporters proclaim that Braham sings as
well, or better, than he ever did ; that his recita-
tive is as rich and faultless as ever; that, lately, in
William Tell, he executed some of the favorite
morceaux allotted to him as effectively asu he could
have done twenty years ago. As Lablache must
be younger-than Brakam by nearly five lustres,
and is of the most robust conformation, he may
flourish, like the evergreen toor, for a quarter of a
century more. Let the amateurs of the coming
generation duly rejoice!
The magnetism of the French Grand Opera is
rendered no less potent than that of the Odeon, by
a new ballet in three acts, called La Gipsy-the
meaning of which titlb the journalists have been
obliged to explain eruditely for the puzzled Pari.
siana, the French term for the tribe being Le8
Bohemiena. The scene is laid in Scotland; the
story, the common one of an infant daughter of a
rich lord, stolen by the gipsies, and finally recov.
ered, &c. Fanny Elsslor is the heroine, and not
only dances, but pantominea throughout with inef.
fable perfection. She has eclipsed her own ca-
chuca by a mazurka that extra-ravishes every
continental spectator. Nothing of the kind, in this
theatre, or any other, has ever surpassed the pic-
tures of Scottish scenery, of Edinburgh and'its en.
virons in particular. The music, from three pro-
fessors of the Academie Royal, corresponds in
merit. Tickets rise as did the railroad stocks last
year. At St. Petersburg, recently, Taglioni ap.
peared in the part of a gipsy, in a ballet (La Gi-
tana) with a similar plot, which coat the civil list
of the Autocrat a sum of not lasn than tw hin.dA...,


toe ICAl LeT O.,"a&e ,ia y sntlntltst ll deli.
M f Tbrud"y ivontQg of the 1 W #k, M cUtmenBce at
Subject-Patrick Henry, and thbe beginning of the Ame.
rican Revolution. Tickets, 50 cent each,; to be had at
. Dbolsi & Faeoa's Music Store, 2856 Broadway; Lock.
Wod's bookstore, 411 Broadway, and on the evening of

- the Lecture, at the door of the Institute.

apI7 2t

The Committee charged with the arrangements for giv -
Ing a Complientary Benefit to Mr. WALLACK, mana.
ger of the National Theatre, have the nonor to inform his
fpIends and the public, in general, that the benefit %ill po.
sltively take place on FRIDAY EVENING, the 19th inst,
wrea the following enteitainvnents will be presented.
The Committee inform the public that the popular favo.
rites, who have volunteered their services, can appear
only foi that evening, as their engagements at the South,
and in other places, require their immediate presence.
FRIDAY, 19th April, 1839, the entertainmedts of the
Evening to commence with the 2d act of
AMILIE! or the Love Test.
general Count Von der Tiemer, MR. SEGVUIN,
Joe Sckbacker, MR. WILSON,
After which,
will appear in his Grand Scena from Mayer's Opera Buf
fa of-
To be followed bythe Comedy of
Rattle, MR. WALLACK,
Sir Simon Slack, .. MR. BURTON.
To conclude with-LThe popular Opera of the
Count Almaviva, MR. WILSON,
Cherubiao, MRS. BAILEYf
Figaro, MR. SEGUIN,
Antonio, MR. LATHAM,
Countess Almaviva, MRS. SEGUIN,
Duit ing the Opera, the following Music:
Duetto-Fourteen, Sixteen, Suzanna and Figaro
Song-Count Almaviva, Figaro
Song, Suzanna
Song-O, this love, Cheiubino
Duetto-I've ween all your flirting, fSuaanna & Batrbarina
Cholius-Receive, noble mater.
Song-Now my spark, Figaro
finale to Act I-Ah, my lord.
Duetto -Ah, deign a kind reply, Count and Suzanna
song-In early life, Antonio
Song-Love ever leave me, Countess
Duetto-How gently, Countess and Suzanna
Song-Come hither, Suzanna
Song-All these jealous doubts, Countess
VFinals to Act-The notary now request to enter.
oag-..Aid me. ye pitying power6, Countess
Duotto-A, how can I believe, Count and Countess
Grand Se -Ce (lt time)--Love now from
my heart Countess
Sond-The' Crimader's Bride, Suzanna
Song-In rapture d relling, Suzanna
Finale to Opera -*
Orbestra nnder the direction of MR. PENSON
lage Manager, MR. MITCHELL.
9 The Boxes and Pit will be united; and the price of
ticket to all parts of the house will be Three Dollars.
The lox plan I* now open at the office of the New
York Mitror, No. 1 Barclay street, under the direction of
the Commit' .s, Whero seats maybe secured and tickets
obtained. apl5
,I NOTICE.-A meeting of th Directors and Stock-
.1IG ASSOCIATION will be held at 21 Broad street, on
Monday,the 6ith .day of May-.next, at 12 o'clock.
y-irwlff tthe President,
pan. tm i signedd) C. DAVIS, Secr'y.
Bloeker & Co. will sell on the several days and at the
under mentioned places, the Household Furniture, corn-
moncing at 10 o'clock at each house.
fort particulars see their extra advertisements and the
auetion column of general sales.
April 18th, do do at 206 William at.
1th, do do at No Z Wash'n square.
oh, t do do at No 10 Carroll place.
34th, do do at Bleecker, cer. Grove.
lk, "do doat 10th st, near2d ave.
do do at No 20 Wash'n square
hlg Is 1 2031]
L. M. HOFFMAN, Auctioneer.
atday, April 2Oth, by L. M. HOFFMAN & CO. at No. 2
Waverley Place, (opposite the University.)
TVry lich and elegant furniture, made to order in the
VTry beat manner in this city and Paris, consisting of one
complete set vf parlor furniture, sofa, couches, divans,
bakrs, tabarets,'etc.of mahogany, covered withcrimson
a-dwhite satin, and curtains to match; one complete set
*frof wood parlor furniture, covered with blue and yel-
low bair loth,.divans, chairs, contra table, French easy
hlr, curtains to match, etc,; also, dining-room furni.
turo complete, including an exteansion table of the best and
omoot ubmantlal construction ; also, royal, Wilton, impe.
rial andBrusels carpets of very splendid patterns;i also,
..as e oe t of French chamber furniture 0of. oaewol n. '
WI4mA beautilfully lined with sasta wood, coxuaisati-of
wardrobe with glass door, bureau, toilet table, bodstisA,
etc and yellowcurtalns to match also, ench rosewed
and mahogany bedsteads, with wahstand. and
t iblee to correspond ; also, mirror of the best French
$abo glass, richly framed ; also, a great variety of cut
glas, decanters, dishes, &c. French china, including a
dinner set of gold and white of 224 pieces; also, breakfast,
dinner and tea sets of white French; china, painted desest
set. etc. etc.-being the entire furniture contained In (he
above house. Catalogues of which will be turnibehd en
tshedayof sale. apl7 3t
1ANY, No. 18 and 20 Merchants' Exchange, make
Marine and Fire Insuranee, at the same rates as the other
IXBurance Offices of this city, and the entire proIus are
.hand by thtimnured.

Zebedee Cook, Junr Moses Taylor'
Gulian C Verplanck CharlesSagory:
Robert!B Mintuin William H.Aspinwall
Pelatiah PFerit Caleb bartlett
George T EllWhtt John Harper
Rufus L Lord John L Stephens
Henry Brevoort, Junr Mortimer Livingston
Sidcey Brooks Nathaniel Weed
Rebert.Schuyler Archibald Oracle
Alfred Pell E A B Graves
SHenary W Hicks John Duer
Samuel F Dorr" Joseph Blunt.
ZEBEDIEE COOK, Jr., President.
ALFRED I ELL, Vice President
JOS B. COLLINS.-Secretary. fbt' ietf

SMrs. McOGAY'S, No. 129 Grand street,
Near Broadway.
April itf "
Bookseller, Publisher, and Importer,
Removed fm 46 to,
I" .roadway.
New York, Aprdl,; 13 api7 t
Wholesale and retail dealer in Silk Goods,
U Lames, KIbroideriss, Shawls, Rich MuslIe.5, &c. e
.,-A-- No. 281 Broadway,
t (Adjoining the American Hotel,)
Where will be found the newest and most fashionable
Goods in Mhis branch of business.
apl7 1m is
AM& The very handsome three story House No. 568
E1 Broadway 28 feet front by 95 feet deep, finished
-a lun the modern style, with bath room, tea room,
I&c There Is a two story brick stable in the rear on
Crosby street. For particulars, apply to
.. WILKINS, ROLLINS CO, 17 Broad at., ,
apiS tltM or NOAH JARVIS, 1&53 Mulberry Pt,
IV manent brown or black.
fled orgier hair may be permanently colored a rich and
glossy brown or black by a single application of Maho-
ised's Trkish Dye 2!! And iLstead of injuring the hair,
as moot preparations do, it improves its appearance and
causes It to grow most luxuriantly. So just is the repute
tlieon of this articles that orders have been received for it


High Warei this merning,1 2th,40m,
, TAhi Morning-Ships North America, Lowber, for Li.
verpool, Goodhue & Co; Hector, Post, do, E D. Hurlbut
& Co; Mary Frances, Westeivelt, Mobile, do- bark Bo.
hernia, Nason, Matanzas, Tobias Lord; brig Clio Trant,
Cutler, Maine, P. J. Farnham & Co. schooners Banner,
Sneden, Baltimore; Silvia HigbieHigbie, Petersburg, Va;
Mary Cornelia, Lenox, Philadelphia; Leontine, Dearborn,
Last Evening-Brig Philura, Ripley, for Savannah;
Thomas Dunham; schrs. Argawam,i Burnham, Salem,
Octavia, Page, Bath.
Ship Hamilton, Bunting, 15 do fin NOrleans with cotton
&c to J Macy & Son.
French barque Packet DelRio, Sounier, 22 days from
Guadaloupe, in ballast, to Bouchaud & Thebaud. Two
Brig New Jersey, Decker 8 da from Darien, with cotten,
to R M Demell, and sailed in co with schr Sea Horse, for
York. 10th Inst, lat 82. Ion 78, spoke schr Sarah and
Abagail, hence for St Johns, was dismasted in a gale, in-
tended to put into Chareeston.
Schr Wm Henry. Jamlson. 20 da fm New Orleans, wh
lead to the master; 944 hhds flour, W J James ; 15 tors
lead, to order. Off Haterass, spoke s chr Griton, from
Camden for Savahhsh
Schr Manchester, Knapp, 6 ds fm Richmond, with flour
&c. to Allen & Paxson.
Schr Ceres, Boynton, 23 days from New Orleans, with
molasses, to D P Stanton. Lat 38 40, Ion 73 3, spoke
schr MechAnic, from Bellsw, Me. for Charleston. Cargo,
Og hhds sugar; 62 do-moiasses, D P Stanton; 46 do. to
The Pilot boat John McKeon, schr Ann, from Philadel.
phea for New Haven.
BELOW-Ship Mogul, Sketclhley, from Mobile, cotton,
bound to Liverpool.
Ship India, West, from Havana, with Sugar, &c to
Pecabia & Monzanedo.
Br ship Madi, Nicholson, from Bristol, Eng., with mdz
to G B Moorwood.
Also, I ship and 4brigs, and others reported yesterday;
schr Margaret, from WIndies.
Brig New Jersey, Baker, 5 days from Darien, Georgia,
with cotton and rice, to R. M. Demil!l. Sailed in co. with
schr. Sea Horse, fur New York. Spoke between Charles-
ton and Savannah, schooner Sarahti & Abigail, dismasted,
bound to Florida, was endeavoring to get into Charleston.
tchr Cambridge, Wakeman, 3 days from Boston, with
mdze, to John Stevens.
Schr Win. Seymour, Taylor, 5 days from Newbern, N.
C, with cotton and naval stores, to Brown & Potter.
Schr Jane Bourne, Perkins, 9 days 'from Wilmington,
N.C, with turpentine anJ tar, to Biown & Potter.
Schr Alert, Nickerson, 6 days from Cape Ann, with fish,
to the Captain.
Sloop Hero, Weeki, 4 days from Gloucester, with fish,
to the Cartain.
The Light Boat, No. 1, Captain Taylor, has resumed
her station in the Brandywine, and will show light as here-
tofore. Light Boat, No. 2, Captain Geddes, has been
moored at her old station at the Ledge-[Ph lad. paper.1
The Light House, recently erected and lighted on the
point of the peninsula, at the entrance into St Joseph's bay,
is situated in lat. 29 52 37 ; the Ion. 1&85 16 1, which places
the entrance of toe bay 30 miles more to the eastward than
Is generally laid down on our latest books and charts.
The light house bears from north point of entrance of the
bay SW. distance fofa miles. In approaching the light
from Cape St Bias, along the land it is obscured by the
trees, until mostly up with It, it close in with the beach.
The light may be seen between WSW and NW., a dis-
tance of itrom 12 to 15 miles, and is a steady light. The
city of St Joseph bears from the light SE. 9 miles.
The above observations have been made and politely
furnished me by Capt. John L. Hill, lati of the ship Lex-
ington, in the correctness of which I fully confide.
Collector and Superintendent of Light House, &c.
St Joseph, Fla, April 1, 1889.
BOSTON, April 16-Cleared, ships Copia, Knight, for
Matanzas and Europe; St. Lawrence, Brown New York;
barque Leopard, Cushing,Rio Janeiro, and a market; brigs'
Pandora, Gardner, Copenhagen and a market; Attention,
Plummer, St Johns; Castel, Johneon, St. Josephs; Choc.
taw, Emery, Baltimore; schrs Morning Star, Bandroit,
Halifa ; Queen, Sears, Baltimore; Detroit, Cammett,
Albany; Trio, Nickerson, New York.
Arrived, Br. brig Charlotte, Card, from Windsor; Br.
schr. Nimrod, Murphy, do.
PHILADELPHIA, April 17-Arrived, brig Palm, Snow,
from Boston.-Below, barque Madeline, from Trinidad.
Cleared, schr Mary, Snow, for Boston; Comet, NYork.
BALTIMORE, April 16-Arrived, schooner Edward A,
Stevens, Briggs, for New York.
April 17-Arrived, brig Tweed, Robinson, from Rio do
Janeiro.--Cleared, barque Oberlin, Knapp, for London;
"Chr Washington, New York.
ALEXANDRIA, April 16-Arrived,- schr Forrest, Gil-
christ, from Eastport.-Sailed, schrs. Maltha, Whitaker,
for Portland; Potomac, Knapp, New York.
RICHMOND, April 15-Cleared, soip Roanoke, for
Pernambuco; thrs. Carroll; Mail; Spy, NYork.-Below,
brig orilnith, from New. York,
NORFOLK, April 14-In Hampton Roads, schooner
Robert & Rowland, from Tholfaston.
April 15-Arrived, ochre Hitty Tom, from Bpston; Wil.
1iam Henry, from Richmond, bound to New York.
The brig Elizabeth, from Baltimore, to New York, went
to sea yesterday.
CHARLESTON April 13-Arr, brig Daniel Webster,
Adams, 6 days from Matanzas. Sailed in co. with brigs
Sadt, Cardenas; Casket, and New England, Providence;
Lydia Sawy er, for Boston. Pawed, bound in, ship Irene,
from New York.
Bremen three. masted *chr Metador, Ballaer, Bremen.
COeared, brig Howell, Smith, for Matansas; schooner
Financeer, NurtMo, West Indies.
iri the offing, ship Alfyred.
SAVANNAH, April 12-Arrivd, borque Alex. Watts,
Johnsoa,frami Lrverpool.-Sailed, shiD Ruby, Westcott,
St. Johns, N.J$;St. Andrew, Leitch; Columbus, Penhall.
arid ffrnfetd, Slack, Liverpool; Milledgeville, Potter, New
'York;bilg Madison, Buckley, do; sebra Belle, eowes,
Boston; Areal, Waldron, Providence; Deposite, Drink.
water, Clarlestown, Mass.
MOBILE, April 11-Arrived, ship Trenton, Snow, fm
-I Qlar~d, ship Splendid, Howe, for Liverpool; barque
Nahua, Pollard, Boston; Armadillo, Campbell, Cad.z;
sake H. Weaicot, Blew, New Yorrk.
April 1--Cleared, ship Livem pool, for New York.
ST. JOSEPH, April 6-A arrived, ship Paties, Upton,
from Havana; barque Star, Ballard, Liveipool; brig Cun-
berland, hinn, New York; schr Redwing. Lottin, Boston.
APALACHIICOLA, April 6-Cleared, brigs Florida,
PhiUip. tqr 1 ew York; Alexander, Freeman, do; schr.
Dover-, flra, and Phebe Eliza, do.
7-" I I-<- -.- ....


AMES BLEECKiLUi & CO, will sell on Wednesday,
April 24th. at45 Grove, cor. Bleccker st,tilieelegantfurni.
ture, consisting of Brussels, Venetian and ingrain cav pets,
rugs, mahogany French chairs, pier tables with.marble
tops, elegant book case, hall, mantel and astral lamps,
sofas, window shades, looking glasses, breakfast and
extension dining tables, Centre tables with marble tops,
ro. King chairs, oil cloths, bedsteads, bureaus, wa.lhstands,
beds, china, glass, &c, a dinner set of French China,
mantel clocks, 2 elegant chandeliers with glass prisms
and drops, an elegant parlor organ made by Henry Etben,
an uptight Piano made by Nunns.
Also, an assortment of kitchen furniture.
Catalogues can be obtained the day previous to the sale.
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Arrivals, the following:
1 Sketches of four hundred Sermons, preached in vari-
ous parts ot the United Kinguom, and on the Earoyean
-Continent, complete in four vole, duodecimo size.
2 An Analytical and Comparative View of all Reli-
gions now extant among mankind, with their internal di-
versities of Creed and profession, by Josiah Condor.

9 volumes, 8vo. This Edition will contain four 8vo vols,
more than have been published in any edition in Ame-
With Notes, original and selected, and an introductory
Essay upon the Faerie Queene, and a complete Gluo.-
sary 6 vols, 8vo and lcmo.
By Willard Philips. 2 vole, 8vo. 2d Edition.
Bv Ion Jienh iLonrv.


L M. HOIOFMAN & CO. will sell on SATURDAY,
S 20h Aprtil, at 10 o'clock at 29 Waverley place,
Opposite the University. ,
ELEGANT FURlNI-TURI-All madeto order,consist.
ug of one set of par lor mahogany crimson and white satln
furniture, Including soft; couches; centre divans; tabarets;
chairs and curtains -one set of rosewood and fancy hair
cldth parlor furniture, consisting of divans; chairs; centre
table, work table; curtains, &c; royal wilton,imperialhand
brussels carpets; splendid chandeliers; candelabras; gi-
randoles; clocks, &c-a set of beautih l inlaid rosewood
chamber furniture, made to order in Paris, lined with satin
wood, consisting of wardrobe with glass door; toilet table;
centre table; 1 umeau; bedsteads, &c.
MONDAY, April 22d,
At 10 o'clock at No 170 Broadway.
ELEGANT FURNITURE-A larce and general as
sortment of household and kitchen Furniture-consisting
of imperial, brusseli and ingrain carpets; curtains;,ivans;
sofas; chairs; piano fo'rte; secretaries; taubaurets; pier and
mantel glasses; quartette tables; dining and breakfast do;
bookcase', sideboards; astral and mantle lamps; mantel
ornaments ; candelabra, dressing bureaus ; mar)e top,
washstands; hair matrasses; leather beds and bedding;
wardrobes; bed curtains; tea, dining and breakfast setis;
cut glass; ivory handle knives and forks; fl ior c! -h, &c.
Also, a large assortment of kitchen Furniture, with
which the sale will commence agl8
S 0. B. ROLLINS, Auctioneer.
22, [no postponement] at No. Twenty-second street, 4
dots webt of Ninth avenue, at 10 otciock, WILKINS,
ROLLINS & CO will sell a handsome and general as-
sortment of Household Furniture, consisting in part, of
Brussels, Venitian, and Ingrain carpets, oil cloth, rugs,
mats, sofas, mahogany, curled maple, and fancy chairs,
pier glasses, mantel clock, lamis. candle sticks, girondto.
las, window cur tains, sideboards, bureaus, b dsteads and
curtains, mattresses, feather beds, work tables, breakfast
and dining tables, china, glass, and posted ware, &c. and
the Kitchen Furniture, with which the sale will com-
mence. [No 4] apsl8 stis
E 0.B. ROLLINS, Auctioneer.
Place, Friday, 19th April, at 10 o'clock, WILKINS,
ROLLINS3 & CO. will sell an elegant assortment of
househoi furniture, consisting of Brussels and ingrain
carpets, French mahogany chairs, sofas, marble top pier
tables, square marble top centre do, card do large gilt
pier glasses, mantel lamps, hall do, gilt chandeliers, uo
astral lamps, rocking chairs, ottomans, gilt china dinner
seats, dining and tea.tables, sideboard, ladies work tables,
curtains and ornaments, be'l and bedding, French ma-
hogany bedsteads, dressing'and plain bureaus, mahogany
washstands, curled maple chairs, painted window shades,
oil cl9th, stair carpeting and rodw, crockery, &c; together
with v. general assortment of kitchen furniture.
spl712t (No3)
LFourth street, ( Washington Square) is postponed
on account of the weather, from this day to FRIDAY,
the 19th, to commence at 10 o'clock In the sale will be
found scme splendid mirrors, curtains, carpets, &c.
apl7 is* E. H. LUDLOW &t CO, Auctioneers.
FRENCH FURNITURE.- In-consequence of the
storm which has prevented the landing ol the new furni.
tare,just imported from France, per ship Utica," the
sale of the said furniture is unavoidably postponed until
Saturday morning, at 10 o'clock. The goods can be ex-
amined on Friday evening, at Lafayette Hall, No. 585
and 587 Broadway, opposite Noblo's.
N. B. The sale will positively take place on Saturday,
whatever may be the state of the weather.
apl7 r262]
on Friday, April 19th, at No.22 Washington Square, at
10 o'clock, very handsome household Furniture, consist.
ing of Brussels, ingrain and Venetian carpets, French
mahogany chains, solas, rocking chair with crimson plush
seat, card, centre and dining tables, piano made by Du
bois, Stoddart & Chambers, elegant pier glass, mantel,
hall, and astral lamps, bedsteads, bureaus and washstand-
with marble tops, elegant merino uurtaina with ornaments,
ormolu clock, Louis 14thi and iesaliere, oil cloth, china,
glass, &c. with an assoitmer.t of kitchen furniture. Cat.
alogues can be obtained of the auct .oeer@ the day pre-
vious to the sale. (No. 2a7) apt
NI OTICE is hereby given, hit a), the unsold Pews in
this Church will be offered for sale at auction on Saturday
afternoon, April 20th, at4o'cloca, in the Church. Pos-
session to be given from the Iast da o I.May next, on which
daythe present leases will all expire.
N. B.-Several vaults, enclosed within the iron railing
around the Church, for sale. Apply to the Treasurer.
apIO ts
will sell at auction, on Tuesday, 23d ianst. at L0 o'clock,
at No 2 Carroll Place, the very elegant Furniture cun.
tamined in said House. consisting of large pier glasses, do
tables, astiral, mantel and Lall lamps, rosewood solas and
chairs with damaski seats, rocking *hair, rosewood side
board, breakfast, dining, tea and card tables, Wilton,
Brussels, Venetian and ingrain carpets and rugs, damask
window curtains, rosewood beokcaee, valuable paintings,
a splendid clock, rich dining, and tea China sets, plated
ware, dressing bureaus and washstands with marble tops,
French bedsteads, wardrobe, beds, nattresses, &C. to-
gether with a good assortment of kitchen furniture.
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7~TIr AE

lHt.8S EVENING, April 18oth, will be performed the
Tragedy ot ISABELLA- Biron, Mr Hieldi Count Raid.
win, Oann; Carlos, Richings; Sampson, Plaeide; Isabella,
Mrs Sloman.
After which Mr Slonman will sing a Comic Iledley.
TO which will be added the Farce of FISH OUT OF,
WATER-Sam Savory, Mr Sloman; Sir George, Gann;
Ellen Ceurtley, Mrs Chirpindale.
After which, a Pas de-Deux by Master and Miss Wells.
To.conclude with the Farce of ADVICE GRATIS-
Odbody, Mr Placlde; Mrs Eventide, Mrs Wheatley.
Doors ,pen at 60 I'clock-Performance commences at7
Tickets-Boxes.1I, Pit, 50 cents. Gallery, 26 cents.
Corner of Leonard and Church Astreeft.
T HIStEVENINO, April 18Sh, will be performed
the Drama of TORTESA. The Usurer-Tortesa, Mr
Wallack; Duke of Florence, Rogers; otffnt Faleone, Ma.
thews; Angelo, Conner; Isabella, Miss Monier; Zippa,
Mrs Sefton.
After wnich Mr J W Sweeny, from Virginia, the cele-
brated Banjo Player, Singer and Representatives of Negro
character, will make his third appearance in New York,
illustrtting all the amusing varieties peculiar to the Negro
To coiiclude with the Farce of JOHN DIB 81-Major
Seymour, Wallack, jr; Frederick Saunders, Conner; John
Dibbs, W H Williams; Rose Mayburn, Mrs Sefton.
Doors open at 6j o'cloc--Periormance commences at'.
Boxes, $i-Pt, 60 cents-Gallery, 25 cents.
T HKSE Panorai.ias are now open for exhibition at the
New Rotunda, corner Prince e.nd Mercer streets,
Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
painting, of the largest class, covering a surface of ten
thousand square feet, painted from drawings taken by Mr.
Catherwood in 1834.
ed likewise from Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is superior,
as a work of art, to any Panorama before exhibited.
The Panoramas are brilliantly illuminated every even.
ing by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explanations of
the pictures given in tlie forenoon, afternoon, and at hall
past 8 in the evening.
Lectures on Jerusalem and Thebes will be delivered by
Mr. Catherwood, every evening, at halt" past eight o'clock,
commencing with Jerusalem.
Open from 9 in the morning, till half past 9 in the even-
ing. Admittance 25 cents to each Panorama. Books of
descrintion 121 cents apl tf
K. STREET, at the Academy of Fine Arts, will
positively close onr, Tuesday, 30th April, until which time
our citizens, and strangers arriving here, will have an
opporun ty of visiting this splendid collection, viz:
By Whichelo, representing the attack on the Holy City by
the Roman Army, under Titus, (afterwards Emperor,)
which ended in its destruction. The Temple is encircled
with flames, and the whole presents a scene of great and
sacred interest.
THE REVOLT IN PARIS, A. D., 1368-By Giraud,
representing Charles the Dauphin, of France, afterwardss
Charles the Wise,) saved from the fury of the revolted
Parisians, by Marcel, Provost of Paris, whilst one of bis
Ministers, the Marschal of Champagnej lies slain at his
(the painter of Adam and Eve,) represents a scene from
the Poem of Lord Byron. Lambro, who had been
thought dead, returns and fidt Juan his "Daughter'a
Lord arrd Lord of his Domain#." 'stern and inflexible, the
pirate Chief is about to wreak his vengeance on the un-
happy pair ;presenting a tableau of exciting interest, and
wonderful effect.
THE CIRCASSIAN SLAVE -By Dubufe, reDresentsa
scene which is of frequent occurrence in the East. An
Armenian Slave Merchant is eagerly bargaining with a
Turkish Pacha for the sale of a beautiful Circassian fe-
Tale, whilst thie latter from friends, and home, and
freedom, lar estranged," with natural delicacy of feeling,
and undisguised horror, shrinks from the steadfast gaze
of her future owner.
presto niing St. John in his youth, a most perfect form, with
a girdle of a skin about his loins, quenching his thirst at a
pure stream gushing from a rock.
THE PRINCESS OF CAPUA-also, by Dubufe, with
a splendid robe of white satin, in an attitude of deep con
temptation, regarding a miniature. .
The Gallery is brilliantly lighted with eas in the even.

9 of this Insttution will commence on Wednesday,
May lst.
SThe Principal, the Rev. W.F Walker, is now in th C
city* Parents and guardians desirous ot placing pupils
under his charge may find him daily, throughout this
week, at their' Astor House, ftos# 8 to 11 o'clock A. M.
He may also Ie seen at any o6thr hour that may be de-
signated by note. *
The Rev. Aldert Smedes, formerly of Christ Chti-ch in
this city, being about to resign the Rectorship 9f St.
George's Church, Scheirectady, has accepted aniappoi nt-
ment in the Institute; and being now in the city, willalso
receive applications at the house of the Rev Dr. t eyeil,
77 Anthonv attsest, during the hours mentioned abQvo.
Uapl7 4tis
Stl ]EAM REFIMED CANDY-Carefully packed its
S201b, 251h and 501b boxes, for the Southern and Wes
tern Market, for sale by
R L. & A. STUART, 285 Greenwich,
mh22 mians rlaw cot Chambers sts.
U ANES.-The subscriber has on hand, the large as.
.. sortment of Walking Canes in the city, madle of par. 1
tridge,ebony ;c-ocui,cncoa,palm and other beautiful woods
mounted in every style. Those purchasing for the Sout.-
ern market, are invited to examine this assortment, wlich
for variety, cannot be equallqd in the oiy, and will be sold
wholesale or retail, at very low prices, by
.010 A. B, STRANGE.. 3i Broadway .
*If.t IN NEW YouK.-,Lho first number of this
3. work will be ready on Monday hext, priee a2cents,
to be completed in 12 numbers.
This work which modelled after the plh n-of the Pitck.-
wick. Papers, will contain, a cnvgueuilve series of charac-
terihtic sketches of men and things in New York.-.
Aiso now ready, The Author's PFinting and Publishing
Assistant, Including popular notices of the rise and pro.
greasot'the Aits of Engmaving, Printing, &c. in this coun.
try andin Eagland. Published by
F. SAUNDERS (from Saunders & Otley,)
apIM 6teod $57 Broadway, opposite Carlion House.
SFEIT' DETECTOR in pamphlet form", and lolio
sheet, for sale at
S. J. SYLVESTER'S, 130 Broadway,
spl6 and 2-2 Wall street,
SOtRK INK STANDS-Jaist received a lot of the
U. above, and for sale cheap, at Srationers' Hall. 245
Pearl st, by., D FELT & CO.
SIHEAP BOTTLE WAX.-The subscriber has. on
C band and will sell very low, fifty pounds Red Sealing
Wax for BoVles, large and smill size. Also, an excel.
lent assortment of Sealing Wax, first quality, of different
colors, red, black, brown, bronze, green, yellow, &c.
XDWARDN, KENI, Stationer,
apl6 Iw No 3 Wall at.
FLOWERS.-Tnesubscriber has alwayson hand
full supplyof Smith's prel-ared Wax, of every shade and
color, for sale by the doeii, in or boxes containing 30 doz,
assorted colors for $5.
olO A.B STRANGE,.331 Broadway.
SPLENDID ENGBAVINGS, as well as mo-e mpde*-
rate priced ones. The subscriber has imported from
London, Paris and Germany, all ofthe late New Engrarv.
ines of interest, which he offers, at the most moderate
prices, wholesale and retail-many new popular Englist,
Erigravings, which cost in London to publish them 42s
sterling, and he now jells at one fourth the price there
published at.
He will sell as low as any other house in the United
States, according to quality ofimpression or coloring.
apl6 Iwis WM A. COLM.sN, 205 Broadway
1 have on hand a large stock of fresh manufactured
ring LUithiug, forming a complete assortment of almost
very style usually required for the Southeirn trade, which
they offer for sale on liberal terms, at No. 126 Pearl street,
up stairs.
mh273 es F. J. CONANT & CO.
N Also, Paschal Bruuo ; a Sicilian, Story, edited by
Theodore Hook, Efq To which is appended, The Atone.
msnt, a Story, by Theodore Hook, Esq.
Just received and for sale by
WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 BroadWav..
1r[ Books at wholesale and retail. apl3
i Bucktlanid's Geol gy and Mineralogy, 2 vols, 8vo,
London-ibid Philadelphia.
Burr's Treatise on Geology, crown, 8vo, 1$38
Lyell'e, Principles of Geology, 2 vole, 8vo -
Lyell's Elemerts of Geology, 12mo, 1888
Phillip's Treatise on Geoloey, 2 vols, 12mo
Thompson's Geolgy and Mineralogy, 2 voli, 8vo
Ure's System of Geology. 8vo
Dr Bnaie's Treatise on Primary Geology, I vol, 8vo
Bakewell's Geology, edited by Prof Silliman, new edi.
-cion, I vol, Svo
Prof Hitchcock's Bepprt on the Geology, Mineralogy,
Botany, and Zoology ol Massachusetts, 1 vol, 8vo
Transactions of the Geological Society of Pennsylva.
Daw's Mineralogy, Svo
Sheppard's Mineralogy, 8vo, pates
Hi'gins on the MosAical and Mineral Geologies. For
sale by WILEY & PUTNAM, Importers,
161 Broadway.
Books at.wholesale and retail. apl7
by C. S. Stewart, U. S. N., late Missionary at the
Sandwich Islands. Fifth edition, enrlarged-including an
introduction and Notes, by Rti-v. William Ellis.
Just published and for sale by
apl7 SAMUEL COLMAN, 8 Astr House.
A I 1EA'lW' SKTRN _Paaanr anminw in to ,rnane


S"OUVEI ,IYR KGRItS, of Morrlsauia, An the
%ZCounty of Wertchester, takes this mode of stating-
to the public, that he is not engaged In this cliTy ffl Mer.
cantilebusiness, nor Is he the President or tite Chelsea
Bank ; such ani ipressioi having gone abroad, from the
fact that a gentleman of his own name Is both a Merchant
and the President of that Institution. He has adopted this
course to save himselfthe inconvenience, and others the
trouble, of the-numerous business applications constantly
made to him. "
New'York, April 9, 1839. aplIO m
N11WOTICE.-The undersigned give notice that. Mr.
T% FRANKLIN H. DELANO became a partner ui
their firm on the Ist of January last.
TB GO CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from $3 to $6000 on
JL Bond and Mortgage on property worth double the
amount in the heart of one of the lrgest neiehiboring
cities. Address box 1344 upper post office. khl,\S istf
T BOOKSTORE.-A Young Man that is acquiant-
ed with the kookselling business, and is willingto make
himself generally useful to his e-oployer, and can bring
eood recommendations from his last employer for his ho-
nesty Enterprise, and general good qualities, can find a
pe1 inanent situation, and reasonable compensation, by
addressing Bookseller" through the Patk P .,st Office,
with real name and reference. apt tf
F 'RENCH LA.NGUAGE.-A French Laly who has
taugh; the language for several years in tbis city,
having a few unoccupiedj hours, wishes an engagement in
a young ladies school, or private family. R eferences given
on application at 173 Wooster -t. apl lw*
"TP New York, April 1, 1839.
T HE President and Directors have this day declared a
Dividend of Six per cent. payable on or after the 15th
ap3 3wis Secretary.
NEW YORK, having had the sum of One Million of Dol.
lars subscribed, hereby give notice that they will coni-
mance operations as soon as the necessary arrangements
can be made. And the books for tue further sub.
sciption of Four Millions of Dollars to the Capital Stock of
said institution, will be opened at No. 6o5 Wall street,
(second ntory) on the second day of April next, from 10
A M, till 3 P M of each day, until such further subscrip-
tion shall be made.
Payment of subscriptions for the Capital Stock will be
received in Cash, State Stocks, or such other stocks as the
Comptroller may be authorized to ieeeive in deposit for
bills, under the General Banking Law, and Bonds secured
by Mortgage, on improved upincumbered Real Estate in
the United States. Copies of the articles of association,
appraisal papers, and further information, may be obtained
upon application as above.' A. C. DE MiERITT,
mh30 ta30 President.
1 CITY OF NEW YORK. having had the sum of
Five Millions of Dollars subscribed, hereb7 give further
notice that the Books, for the further subscription of Five
Millions of Dolars, to the capital stock of said instiuti'on
will be open at No. 651 Wall street, from 10 o'clock A.
M., till 3 o'clock P. M. of each day, un:il such further
subscription shall be made, when the Bocks will be closed
-unlesa otherwise ordered by the Board of Directors ;
the whole amount of the capital being Twenty Mll'ions of
Dollars, divided into shares of twenty, five dollars each.
Payment of subscriptions for the capital stock, will be
received In cash, State stocks, or such other stocks as the
Comptroller may be authorized to receive in deposit for
bills under the General Banking Law, and bonds secured
by mortgage on improved, unincumbered, real estate in
the United States. Copies of the Articles of Association,
appraisal papers, and further information maybe obtained-
upon application as above. A. C. DEMERITT,
apl7 tf President.
T HE President and Directors give notice that a Divi-
dend of Five per Cent. has this day been declared for the
current six months ending on the 39th inst, payable to the
Stockholders, on and after the 1st of May next.
By order of the Board of Directors,
A. P. HALSEY. Cashier
New York, 16th April, 1639. ap 16 t5m
T. New York, April 17, 1839.
day declared a nett Dividend of Five`#er Cent. for the last
six months, payable on and after the first day of May
Thok UUMr>aro n R uen w ll ha miuArm *iu- amu .i6 t^ ,1th

O0 P.V W G T M
(Ofil0,of the 'New-York Amerletaq,")
All Orders executed with neatness and punctuallth, and
on moderate terms.
Chancery Bills and other Law work carefully printed,
1.' HE Summer Term of Madame CHEGARAYT'S
SQ1fOOL will begin on the first of May next.
Any communications through the poat office, or left at
No. 400 Broadway, will be attended to during the present
month, or may be made personally to Madame C. for a few
days after the 13th instant, from 12 to3 o'clock, P. M. at
the above number. apl0 m
siZng Szng, Nj Y.
,MRS, k. ROMEYN, Principal.
J HE.Spring and Sime'er Term commences the first
week in May ihola atrd Winter Term, the first week
in November. Each *"rm, cousinia of 21 weeks. and is
followed by a vacation pf1 four weeks The edifice is a
spacious brick building, created expressly for a Seminary,
and is capable of accommodating from 40 to 50 pupSls, two
only occupying the sameroom. Pupils will bereceived at
any period of the term. The strictest attention is paid
to their intellectual and moral improvement. A Parisian
lady is engaged to reside in the family, who will superin-
tend the French department. Fur further information,
application may be made to the Principal, or to the Rev.
JAMES V. HENRY, SingSing, who aida the Principal in
the management of the Institution.
N. B--During the vacation, from April 10th to May 7th,
Mrs Romeyn will he at tht house of the late Judge Irving,
87 Chambers street, where she will be happy to see those
who may wish to place their daughters under her care.
RzriazNxsc :-Wsshiugton Irving, Esq; Ebenezer Ir.
ving, Esq; James Smith, Esq; Moses H Grinnell, EsK
Henry Brevoott, Junr, Esq; Professor RInwik; Rev M
Eastburn, D D; Rev W W Phillips, D D; Rev C S
Stewart, New York.
Sing Sing, March 13th, 1839. mhl2 2mlis
ISS A,. M. KITTEREDGK respectfully irjnforms
her friends ahd the public that she intends remove.
ing her School to No. 749 Broadway, on the first Monday
in May. She will then be ready to receive pupils of both
sexes from 5 to 12 years of age, saving engaged a lgdy
froia New England, who will superintend the boys, in-a
separate apartment. Terms from ,5 to $15. References-
Rev. Dr. Milnoi, Rev. Mr. Dewey. ap86w
onr the first day ofMay next, at 170 Bieepker street,
corner of Varick Place. Application to be made there
aftefthc 1th ol Ap II. A few day pupils will be received.
ap34w .
SHIS long established Institution is situated in one of
the mos: pleasant and healthy (owns of New England, on
a stage road 13 miles from New Haven, and25 from Hart-
ford. Being Incorporated and poseseed of funds, it affords
to parents desirous of sending their sons abroad for instruc.
tion, advantages at a much lower rate than most Classical
Schools started upon private responsibility. With a view
to make the Instutiautn worthy of every confidence, a ?on
venient and spacious house-has bjen purchased for the.
accommodation of a large number of boidera andi a CLE.
CoAL AssSTAriT will soon be procured to take the charge
of it.
The Principal devotesjis whole time and attention to the
instruction and management of the scholars. fie hears
their recitations, visits them at their rooms in theevAming,
and sees that their entire conduct is good, not only in but
out of school. Lest their religious instruction should be
neglected, be holds a Bible class every Sunday evening for
their especial benefit, and requires them to attend. They
are also required to attend public worship every Lord's
day at the Wpiscopaf Church, or such other pace as the
parents may designate .. .
Board in the most reapectab'e families $2 per week ex-
elusive of fuel, light and washing. Tuition for classes and
higheibr nch of English, $10 (per term of 22 weeks,)
Common English brafctLes,$9. Those boys in timA family
with the Primcipal 6r the Assistant,and under their tamine.
diate care, will be charged $150 per year, including every
thing but Books and Stationery..
The Suammer Term will commence on Wednesday, the
oth ot May next, and such as wish to join the Institution,
are requested to make early .application., Pn. p
r. E. BEARDSLEY, PincIpal.
Chef-hire, Conn., April 10,1539.. -'l!W#3wC,

GEOaRGE B. 1 OLti Xh ee"" ~
B-YW.ILfI12V8, R0W14St-Cet.
O9ates Room0.1.n j$"kd swetA ,
w w\, a-t Co. ha'v.Bmadae "msan g nMte. In addltt
to their satles- eal EKa, at p lnbhoi aad iprite sle,
attend to ales of rOU5BEHOLD FUNITUIrUP, cargcee
of Mahogany, Groeriesa, &c. te.andrtwlatisact a general
Auction and CommlsiJoan business. .
W. R. & Co. pave opPebed a REGISTER for the dispo,
siltion of-property 4t FRIVATE A Lf," -
Elegant Furnittur&--At 10 o'clock, t it 1o 2 St Markm
Place, cunsisting ol Biuselsa and In'ain carpe French
mahogany chairs, sofas., marble top pier tables, square
marble top centre tables, caid tables, large gilt piert
glasse, mantel and hall lamps, gil8- 0j. ndeltefs, gilt as.
tral lamps and stands, rockers, ottomans, tiboreua, dl
vans, gilt china dinner-and tea oetts, dining andLea tables,
sideboard, work tab-es, curtains and ornaments, French
mahogany bedsteads, be- s, bedding, bfieaus, mahkginy
washatands, c-irled maple chairs, oil cloth.' crockery,
kitchen furniture, &c. kc. .. ..
SATURDAY, April 20.
At 10 o'clock, at No. 86 Canal street, the entire stock of
China, Crockery, Glass wares Lamps k &c. or a dealer
declining business"
Furniture- At 10 o'clock at 22d stret,*4 doon west'
of 9th avenue, a handsome assortmentof farniture. -
Consiting in part of Brue4ls. Jograin and Venetian
Catpets ; oil cloth, sofas, Mahlloganv and other chairs,.
sideboard, bureaus, pier glasses,4window curtains clock.
girondales lamps, beds, mattreses, bedding, bedsteads,
and tables.. -. ,
Also, the kitchen furniture, with which the sale wall
will commence .
t ]IDAY, AprlI 26th, .
Furnlture.--At 11 o'lJock at No 64 Wairif street, a.
handsome assortment ot household furniture.
Particulars thereafter. .
1.. &. HOFFMAJN,AuownMer.
D L. M9. oUFIVM & 4CCo
Store corner of Wall andFroztstride
L. M. Hoffman & Co. will give iheir attedtoa tO Fura
ture ales .
Groceries.-At 10 o'clock am 33 Murray, corner Church,
a variety ofgroceries, standcasks, fixtures. &c.
A"t I o'clock iu front of the auction sao:-.
Damaged Teas-For account of whom it may concern,
loopackages hysop, young hyson, hyson skin,gunpowde"
and imperial tea, slightly damaged
Cloverseed-20 bags red cloverseed" -' "
Jked Wle-i halifpipes red wine ti bond' .
Peanuts-50 bls peanuts ..
Gin-5 puns Holland gin, entitled to debonturae'
Dem'johns-760 five gallon deipljota. --
- Wine-SO- caem choie ok" Bock, varlo6i' brands, di-
rect from the mnpofter, 30 qr casks and superior old sherry
Tobacco- 7 bless Havana, 107 bozes 0iperio0 Jimea
River Cavindsh, to close a concern
Seal Skinu -400 dry salted hair seal .skins
SPort Wine-ia qr oaska and 30 hdoi uperior ,pat wine
Teas-400 halfcbes tyoughysiol tea 19S d gunpow-.
der lea, 15 do imperial do an entirer invoIcepqtdr lblon
Sugar-1009 oavea loaf and lump sugar
Tea-80hfchests sup young byson. lug chests do hyson
Sails, &c.-At 12 o'clock on pier 3, ER, 930 tJisol4
salia, junk, canvas, bags, pia, clothes, &kp. landing fro
the schooner Boston .
Rich aid Elegant Furniture.-At 10 o a-.
vorley place, topposlie the Universei
furniture, all made to order -one sat,
aria ion and whi a satin luriid 'a" basi
centre divans, Eabarets, qb Furta i &t3. roy^ 4
wilton, imperial & brusselk c j ep1.ndld cpBeafts:haa, .
candelabras, girondeles, coo .,4%a ofinif timri
inlaid roefwaod chamber fum-s ".atir-ese, feather
beds. bedding, &c. .1..



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At 1I o'clocK In frront y oom,
IOOI~oxes bluom raisins, 'I.K Oa tea,20
reams crown strew wrapping ,.*h4hts
gunpowder and imperial, i hi i war-
dens' inspection k" 10 "afr--s
voyage- MNDY plS& "ti
MONDAY, lpri I8^fW: Furniture -At 10 o'clock E $BtoaA A, 'large and
general aseortnient ol household and kitchen furntua>, --
Consisting of Imperial. brussels and Ingrain caipetin.v,
cutl tains, sutas, chairs, divans, pianofort, secretarig, ier". '
"nd card table, dining aQ4 breakfaittIo, tabouret, book -
cases., sideboards, atra i thd mantel lamps, pastel ort-
meonts, candelabras, dressing bureaus, Ia bsandsp-tvfi.
marble tops, hair mItresses,. father beds and u oding,
wardrobes, bed earnahs, tea,:dhiing and break fast setts,
cut glass, knives and forks with ivory handles, f&.irclOth,
&c. together with a large assortment 01 aitcben Iuniture,
with which the sale will cpmmence -
TUESDAY,23d Anril, ... .
Furniture -At I'bD'lock at 20 Waverley piee, a sale
ofspiendid ar.d fashionable furniture.
EWines.-At 12 o'clock at the storo of Mr P Lsjeuosif No
61 Pea' I st, 98 casks white and red Bordeaux cairet., 80 qr
caeks imitation port wine; 180 do museat.0ii boxes white .
and red claret Hermitage'and %hamberti0; 20u do Bhei-
ish wise; 33U0 basket's champaign, of ysazotu brans; 14
boxes kitchenwassmr 14 boxes sealing wax. "'
Catalogues on .Ie day i.f sale
Furniture -At 10 o'clock at 8 John staa large and-gen.
eral assortment offurniue. .' ". ..-
-. THURSLDAY, 24tb April,
Furniture.-At 10 o'cldck aI 43 Bond sseet, splendid
sale offashionable furniture. "
FKIDAY, April lth,
i Furniture.-At 10 o'clock it 43 taa id t. flara arnd
general assortment of household furniture. .
WALDEN PELL, Auctoner. -
UBk b.4. a& W, r lL.
-?: ,_ StoteNo.87 Wal[sitri"-e
D C &W Pell will give particular eeationet0,Balesa o
household furniture. '
Rich Furniture, Paintings and Staary'y--t 10 o'clock,
the superb and costly assoniemt C. 1ftE contained li -
tie parole colonnade house No. 1 fafvette Place. The .
Ifuriaur in an eceellent'condtion, ar.d was alt'maftlsto "
oTderlor thie present owner,'- pat in Paris.- .lso, a Very
choice collection ol paintings and Mtalary, many by rheo
first masters, and have been sulecflnut lor sevwal years.
Ttie richest Tapestry, equal to GebelIn.
Also, a seat of splendid drawing om furtukwre of solid
rosewood, covered with med aion tapwa. equal to Gabe.
fin, Catalofmes3 tays Lolor thetale.
Candelabras, Chandelhers, Lamps, Plated Ware, Si ver,
&c- At 19 o'clock, at No. 3ti5 Broaeway, will be contin-
ued the sale of a large assortment of humuse furnishming ar.
ticles, oftMe importda'on of Mesrs Brower & Ru-ber,
(furnishing warehuuae, 149 Broadway, corner of Libeity
street,) who have determined to reduce their extensive
stock of superior house furnishing articles imported ex-
pressly for their retail trade. Gat q s on-the morning
of sale. ,4A~
At 11 o'clock in front ofth auction tore,
Anchor-I anchor. 2 pieces do, for aceountof whom it
may concern, from ship St Thomas ," -.
At It o'clock, in front Ofl the stores of Mess Holfnrd
Brancker & Co, Nos 27 and x9 Bnaver smeue, 50 pipe8
bhds, qr casks and Indian brIs superfine SicilyL Madeira
wine, hnitmatioi port, landing Ircm ship Grafton, Yille do
Napull. from Sicily. -
Also--51 half pipes Madeira wine, in bond
41 pipes Marsala Wine s.
Brandy in pipes.
A JavaCoffee-100 ags prime Java cofee -
MON DAY, April 22.
Valuable Furniture-At u10 o'clock at No483 Z."adeay,
the entire household furniture ontalne': in ibch above
house, comprising Brussels, Wilton and Ingrain carpets,
mahogany and eatin damask chairs; sofas, ttoiniane, ic;
card, pier, ceiLtre and dining tables; French and other bed.
steads; satin window curtains; mantles ornamer:.i; amtral
and matlelamps. Cataloguel39. be ready on the day
of male. .. *
TUESDAY, April 23.
Ftrniture--at 10 o'clock, at No. 30 Mercer straet,4hte -
furniture contained in the above house, (uig of ar-
pete, Brussels Imperial carpeta and rues, iler glra!es, do
tables, marble slab dining pier and centrm.table,, maho.
gany chairs, sofas, mantle clock s and bedding,
book case, curtains, oil cloths, hall IwltiMral lamp, dZ.
vats, china, glass dnd crockery and-wn 1g,- ute1il
At of lk o'clock in front. oftlte s ore. ,
Poiter-30 casks London portei.t brown stout, quarts
aad pints -, .
WEDNESnAY, April 24.
Elegant Furniture-At 1C q*,leCr, at No-1l Bond at-
Comnprisig a large collection q valuable Furniture, all
made to order-part in Paris,'Consisting of elegant cur-
tains, pianos, p'er and mantl4eglasss, clocks, sofas,
couches, ottomans, pier, card, cefra aand dining talbls,
mahogany chairs, Brussels and otter 0'"pe, a mahogany
bedsteads, mantle ornamnenis, cut gla",'c tt c.. '
Paintings-A fine cullecion of Italian P1ialt 'r, among
which will be found, Brigand pursued by Gen aims, by
Benti; convent scene by Gilni; Dante deposiihg his mLrnu
sbriptin a Monastery, by Baggnoti; Landscape anti View
ot Florence by Gherardi; Monk aonBuy and Priesu and
Boy oy Fini, A large number of paintings by other efia.
nent artists, Well worththe attention of connoisseurs'.. -
.,atalogues will be ready two days previous to sale.
THURSDAY. April, 2
At Ten o'clock, at No 416 Broom treat, corner of Elemi
Elegant Furnture-The elegant furniture contained In
the above house, comprising brhssc Is carpet, mahogany
and ulase seat chairs, do satin, do sofas, card, dining, tea,
pier and centre tables, pier and mantle mirrors, damarh
curtains, lamps, clocks, mantel ornamants. French bed.
steady, mantle clocks, &c. Catalogues oneday before the',
sale. ,
aeFiIDAY, April26,. ".
Fumniture-At 10 o'clock, at No 24 Mercer st, theft u&r
niure contained in the above house, comprising Brusels
carpet, mahogany chairs, dining, centre and pier tables,
&c. Further part culars hereate. ,.... '
Valuable Furniture-At 10 o'clock, at Nj 47' Broadway
- -'The entire rich and costly Furniture, Statuary. &c.
contained in the above house, coheisting iu part or royal
wilton, Brussels and other carpets, rich drawing repro
furniture offnhe blue silk damask, damask and satin car-
.tains to match, mantel and pier mirrors, of very large .lma,
splendid clock and mantel ornaments, sofas, divans, otto-
mans, pier, card, centre, dining, arnd other tables, piano,

ing, a[d ladies will find it a place of agreeable reort. o0th iast. inclusive
- Open from 10 in the morning until 10 at night.. By order of the Board ol.Directors;
Admittance 25 cents. Season Tickets for the remainder apl7 -W' jYW. J. LANE, Cashier.
of the term, $1. mh14 ist I,, J.L*,Csir
oftheterm, $1. mh14isU 7UI 0 GKNTLEM9N Os' Tl. BAR.-An Attorney at
i -ERTIFICATES of Deposite on the Union Bank of P. Law from a large office in this State, is desirous to
C Tallahassee; also, Florida Bank Notes, wanted on, connect himself with some gentleman already established
very improved terms. in his profession in this city, or would like to occupy an
Fultoa Bank (Boston) Notes wanted, eligible office with someone where the expenseii'will not be
Notes of the Bank of lmichigan wanted at very low rates, very great Addess 0 N B, at this office.
by S. J. SYLVESTER, 180 Broadway, apl6 St*
apl8 and 22 WalB!,reet D HIP GARONNE, FROM LONDON, is now dis.
140160 NEWT YORK, ALBANY, AND ;T.'charglngat ier No. 9, foot of Rector street. Con.
A L TROY STEAMBOAT LINE-For signees will please attend to receipt of their goods. All
S...A-. LBANY-From the foot of Court. goods not permitted within five dsys, will be sent to Puhlic
jtlandt street. Store, under general order. Permits can be left at office
The SWAI.LOW, this afternoon, at 6 o'clock, of subscribers, or on board ship.
The- DR WITT CLINTON, tomorrow afternoon at apl5 tf ROGERS-A& CO. 5 Wall street.
6 o'clock.
NOTICE.-Allgoods, freight, baggage, bank bills,'pe- iEW-In St. Thomas's Chur cha for sale-Situated
ci, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped, or put a. in middle aisle. Apply at 22 Coenties slip.
on board the boats of this line, must. be at the risk of the al7 iwis
o 'ners of such goods, freight. baggage, &c. apIS & ANTED, in a smail family, as Seamstress d
GR~fAM ,gr W R eChambermaid ; an'Englikh or American woman;
4TEAM SHIP GREAT WASTERN," also, as-a waiter, a girl sccustometto the business. None
1340 tons bUrthen. reed ap ly but such as can give good references. Apply
Lieut.T mes Hosken, R. ,'., Commander, at No6 512 Broadway-. apl7A 4t
n i BETWEEN N. YORK .TEAM ENGINE-Wanted good Steam Engine, of
PAND ~ 6 to 8 horse power. Inquire at
BRISTOL ,Stationers' Hall. 245 Pearl street.
The following days are apI7 DAVID FELT & CO.
fixed upon for the sailing 3I)IVIDEND.-The President and Directors of the
i qf the above ship for theta 9 CITY BANK have this day declared i Dividend
ya ritnd&er rf the year. of 4 pdir cent. for the current half year, payable to the
F1o07 Bristol. "From New York S"tokholders on demand after the 30th inst.
23d March, U22i April, New York, April 16(h, 1839.
19th May, lah June, apI5 dimyS Bv order, G. A. WORTH, Cashier.
sthJuly, lot August epmer ANTtD to purchase, with or withopt improve.
Suth August, 21st Septemb.er, o menil, the Lease of a Lot from Triilty Church,
19th tOctober, l th Novem ber; or from the Lispenard estate f Church property, situated
Fare to Bristol, including wineo c. -in best state in thb vicinity of St John's Park. Any person having such
rooms, thirty five guineas, ($lip3 3.)-in other state
rooms, thirty five e ($1 .Childre33)-n under and propertn,and willing to sell the Lease at a tair-value, will
rooms, thirty &uineas, ($tl40.) hidrenunde1 and hear ofva purchaser, ty.-addressing R H box 648 upper
servants, half price. Steward's tees l1 10, $6,65.) No po office, nam p ic size ofLot and location.
steerage or second class passengers taken, apl6 6t is n
An experienced Surgeon is attached to the ship.
FFor freight or passage, from New York, apply to TO LET, Al' C4EAP REN'r--Three of-he
SRICHARD IKVIN,98F ontst. new Houses on Waverley Place, a few doors
fe2I Agent of the Great Western SteaD Ship Uo. west of Sixth avenue, built last summer, and. the
S FOR-LIERPOOL--Pact of the 7th May.- fiihedwalls are now perfectly dry. The Houses are
S The pc shi pfteOSCOE Cap ay. fiDnishedin modern style, with mahogany doors, plated
willThe packet ship ROSCOE, Captain Delar3, furniture, &c.; and each have 16 fire place, 11 marble
tll sail as above her regular day. Fr freight mantel pieces, with Russia iron grates, under cellars, and
passage, apply o board foot of Maiden lane, or to large ami elegant yards. Possession may be had boat
apl5 GRtNNELL, MINTURN & CO 134 Front st. thb 2th instant.
FOR LIV'RPOOL--Packet of l3ti May.- Also, the new 3 story and attic house, No 125 Ham-
PThe packet hip -HSFFIELD, F. P. Alien, man. mond, near Greenwich street, similarly finiesied, rent
tel, will sail as above, her regular day. For $600 Possession given immediately Apply to
frtaight or passage, apply on b.ard, at foot of Maiden lane, apl2 6tie LAMBERT SUYDAM, 413 Broome at.
or-to -RoBEIT KERMIT.74Southst. apl5 FOR SALE-A modern built three story brick
SLONDON LINE 01' PAUKET!' -'To saiJth p 1R House in Eighth street, between the fifth Avenue
lst May -The packet ship ST. JAMES, W I2 and Macdougall street, finished in the best style,
Sebor, master, will sail as above, her regu and ready for immediate occupancy Apply at
Jar day. For freight or passage, apply to the captain the office of this paper. d17 is tf
on board the ship, ut foot ofMaiden lane, or to TO LET, at reduced Rents-Three ofthe new
GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. A hous-es on Waverley Place,.a faw doors west of
SE FOr LIVLttOi(iL.-T'he superior fasitialing the 6th Avenue, built last summer, anI the walls
M oppered and copper fastened ship HINIO, |. are pertly dry. These houses are finished in-
.a0010havig the greater part of her cargo engaged, and fist rate modern style, with mahogany doors, plated fur.
going o0 board, will i ave Immediate despmtchforthe ibve nitri!e, &c., each have 16 fire places, eleven marble mar
port. She can take 300 bales cotton. For freight ol whlch, tel pieces, with broi.zed gates, under cellars, and large
apply to GARY & CO. 90 Pine street. apl2 yatdsie. Possession may be had about the 2O0il instant.
Oi,D LINELIVEOiPOOL PACKETS-Paeke Also, the new three story and attic brick house, Nu 125
of 19th Aprtl.-TThe NORTH AMERICA, W E Hammond, near Greenwich street, similarly finished.-
Hoxre, master, will sail as above, her-regular Puesessiop immediately given. Rent$00, without taxes.
^ f^ ?^ ^^!^^^^ HApply^^to LA BERTSUYDAM
day. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain, on Applyto LAMBERT SUYDAM,
toard, at the foot of BeeKman street, or to aplT6 tis 43N Brooms street.
GOODHUE k Ct). or outh treet. STABLE TO REN- IN 1k lt WARD.-
C.f H. MARSHALL, 6 outh stret A brick Stable and coach house in fine order in
The rate of cahin passage by the Old Line will hereafter i Lumler etieet, opposite to the alley leading into
be $140, inclujiinst wines, &c. and $120 without. a tl S Greenwich street, wiil be rented-from the 15th of
o lFOR LfVEktiOOL--L.Ntw lne.] Packet o May. It has a cellar, with partitions arranged for storing
FLbr JOR, AiLWEnKOOL^-t.N1e1 L-ine P-acket 0 wines. Applyi at 39 Broadwajt- apl7 2t
2oSth Api-l.-The packet ship SIDDONS, Capt wanes. Apply at39 Broadway. ap72t
klA. Britton, 9CO tons btwthen, will ail as above HUUSE T1o Li plr INBUIOOKLYN.-il he spa-
Fur ireiglittorpassage, Livingaccommodations unequal. cious and elegant house .No. 60 Pierrepont str.et.
led for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans The house i-r30 feet front and nearly 45 feet in
wharf, foot of Wall street, or to depth, and contains 14 nnished rooms above the
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st kitchen, beaeices bathing roormi, kitchen range; furnace,
The packet ship SHERIDAN, will succeed the Siddons, dumb waiter, and every modern convenience-reut $900.
and sail on the 256h May. i or further psi-ticul tra inquire of
Leaters by the packets will be charged 12i-cents per sin api7 2w DR. POST, No. 4 Leroy Place.
gle sheet, and 5to cents per Ounce. Newspapers 1 ceot 1>o LE-'-The upper part o Stoie No 35 Nas-
each. mh' A NN& sau street, consisting of lour spacious lots, with
SOLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS--ack' | Il, a double counting room, iron safe, &c; Posses.
let of -ist May.-The EUROPE, E. G. Mar. aJ.B sionon l.t May nett. or sooner-ifdesired. Apply
: shall, master, will sail as above, her regular to C.H. RUSSLL & CO.
ay.o freighter passage, apply to the capt. en board, apl7 rillmyl Pine street
aI the foot of Booeckman street, or to iN CHANCERY.-The North River Uisurance Corn.
GOODJ.UE & CO. or- pany vs. Fanning and others.-Mastet B Sale -In
C. Hit MARSHALL, 64 South st. pursuance of a decretal order of the Court of Chancery of
The rate of cabin passage by the Old Line will hereafter the State of NewYork, the following described pteoiaes
be $140 including wines, &c. and $120 without, apl6 will be sold by, or under the direction of the subscriber,
S. FOR HAVRE-Packet of the 24lith April.- one of the Masters of said Court, at public auction, on the
-o S The packet shipVILLE DE LYON. Capt. C. twenty-sixth day orApril instant, at 12 o'clock at Boon,at
S Stoddard will sail as above, her regular day. the Sales Room ol Edward H. Ludlow, Auctioneer,'No.
Forreight or passage, apply to the captain on board, 1I Broad street, in the city of New York, via;
foot of Rectorst, N R, or to All that certain house arid lot of ground situate in the
C. BOLTON, FOX & LIVINGSTON, Tenth, late Seventh, Ward of the said city, bounded west-
ml30 22 Broad st eriy in front by Orchard street, easterly in the rear by
J FOR HAMBURG-The fine coppered and ground belonging to George Taylor, northerly by ground
fastened ship OSCAR, Captain belonging to Stephen Platt, and southerly, partly by
,M copperfastned shipOSCAR, Captain Loreuty, ground of Cornelius Polhemus, and partly by ground of
o about 00on burthen, 2 years old, having a Timothy Corcy, containing in breadth in front and rear
large part of her cargo engaged, will have immediate de ach twenty.five feet, aid in length on each side eighty-
spotchl. For freight or pasa-.mge, apply toecefeai nlngho ahsd ihy
apltch. For freight oraODHUE & CO. 64 South seven feet: as the same was conveyed to Chapman Sim.
pmo GOODHUE & CO. 64Southt ns, by Lewis Btown by Indenture, dated 21st May,
t FREIG-T FOR NEW BEDFORD- (0 bbls 1065, and recorded in Liber No72of collveyances, page
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Brauilly-Ercouraanei ot do IaJeufl 8e, 2 vol, $I125c-
V,.ntes ama fille. 2 vol, l,1 COnteM lets aux En fans
de arrrince,2aol. 61Iai Leejinn ties Femmaes, 2 vat, $1.94;
Son'e m a mes petites& Ami, 9 vlI, ,5; Causerles d'ut
Vicillard, I vol, 64 ots MS. .48capIklallons, 2 vol, $1,25
Chuz da Lottreas Morales, I vol. 21,w.
Defatconpert-Traltsdae PH'soire, 2 vol. 42.
Desnoyers--Arentutres de Jean Paul Choppart, I Vol,
itoto S ;' -,4-, I I
dmen. Coitin-Elisabeth, I vol, J4 Cte; Mansfield., vol,
A. $1, l' .
Miss d eworth -Education famitere, 2 vol, $1,25.
Florian--Fables. Iol, 37* cts ; Guillaume Tell, I vol.
F0 cLa Nouvells, I vol 867us; DonQiltrbtte,6 vola, $
73 aonz&IV e, 170elof.
;*enelon-.-lductfion des Files,4Ii ots;Telemaque, GS
Fleury-Hlatoire d'&ngleterre,! vol, $1; Histoire Ro-
maine.s1; ltatoire do I' Amerique, 70cis;.Mythologie,
76 cW, Morceaux Choisip, I vol, 76 cts. .
Mine. Guizot-Le s Enfeans, 2 vol, $1,7o; L'Ecoller,3
Vol, *-2.3o. I', I I* -' I -, I. *'
Oauliier-Loiur a-G, cue', S vol, $2)
Lalonteine-Fables, 1 vol, 81* Centi ; Cootes I Vol, 75
Levi-Esqulsses Historiques,I vol. $1.
Msarmoette..l{ Ma. -Metux ol $2,75; Balisire, I
evol, 83 CeI; Lea Iscas, 2 ol,'l 25; Morale en Action,
Tremadeure (Mile) La 'Vache nore. 1 Vol, So ct. V
tie, ou la iaune Artiste,l val, 40ctA
Mme. Voiart and Tatu-Lea Enfans .-- Vat41od'
Andlaa, 4,vol, $2..
Mine. Waldor-Augtuste, ou1Cleto,4x 4fts Em.t.v0,
'- 5ets. : -, -- -.........- -d..t
taailery, containing the principal Female uharactera
SIn the Plays of the Great Post, engraved In the most highly
finished manner from Drawings by the first artist, under
the direction and superintendence of Charles Heath, quar.
Sto edition, plain and colored.
Moore's Lalla Rookh, beaitifptity illstrated with thIr-
teen steel engravings, fniMO' In the highet style of art,
uner the supenatendesce of Mr. Charles Heath, vo,
cloth aod okOcco. ,
Romance of Nature; or the lower reasosIllustrted,
by Louisa Anne Twamley, the plate engraveJ.after tbe
original drawings from nature by the author, second edi-
tion, 8'o, moroco, eoloreJ.
Our Wild Floweis, familltrly dedribed and Illustrated,
by Miss. L A Twamley, autnor of "'lora's Gems," &c.
The plates engraved afteRr the author's drawings, colored
yVO, isiorocce.
Woodland Gleanings, by the Editor qf The Seatiieni
of Flowers," with numerous colored Illustrations, 8vo,
morocco. ... ,
SThe Moral of Flowers, illustratedby twentythree beau]
tifully colored enrravlhga, 8vo, 1f-morocco.1:
The trade buppied P
,- 161 .Bi-dway.
SE Beoeks at wht.leltB eadetat. apl2
.NOMATO PILLS.-The originalabd genuineare on
I. ly prepared by Dr. Miles, who fiom a long series o
L r 0f44p4irebntsedeeeded in obtaining this valuable
Xtt, adi..mbininog with certain adjuncts as to
ondituse n Istbsusbstitute for calomel.
I'x 4yepeapsl, sfldaiuA of the liver, consumption ofthe
.",waelk, siok hetaohi, Itrreularities In he secretions,
and in a multitude of -6plaflahitu iing therefrom, this
netliclne has notes euleor. A trial merely is isquested
(4 test its merits and mn be resorted tb with perfect Pon-
idene and safety. '
*** Applleat facies, or foethe purchase of this
medi bne by Dly' be madeto -
'q' )ALL 4UTLER, 3 Ooldstreet
'- ^ General Agents.
1-ut 016111 s!wa nkE~oAihs each.
r Soald alesd retail by C. Slocum, 363 Broadway;
!"-w'lard & Delluo 4a.Pkt. r* id W3 Broadway; Tho-
mas T. Grtd, W Broad;ay; J. Mthu, 183 Broadway ;
Goegte'D.'4O1b, lI'eati, cor. Rose street; Adam-
son k(Oliff,9 Bieery and*W'tliladway; John D.Dodd,
648 and 771 Broadway; H, AGreen, cor. offtivingtm and
lhnton streets JP SI. Csrddlhgton. 237 Hudson, corner
of'-Sptrieg shert; Dr. W.'1bnphy,128 Division street
andusttt k Aiptawai, ll110 Broadway, and 10 Astor
S MuIe i j JaIL
OLKtS9 TOOTH WA'SH, Preparei from the oriina
receipt onl by DANIEL GODDARP. No.8 Oold
street, New York.
The Orrls Tooth Wash is'pilrely avegetablepreparation
Spoussaing the propeftItf1',IO I1 teetftth and mouth,
restoring the gums to a healthy statl, and preventing any
unpleasant tpre qr odoirit,rhd mouth, whether ariaing
from decayed teeth, pr fton a deFanged state or thq
Aa Sound teeth and whitetq- are theeth r ost varable per1
toins of ppoor bumnity, but Low ma-y hnglect the atten-
tiJn necessary for th1rledsrv tn, even whn sirrounl.
ed by all the miahn ne8 dd.Attong these wb know of
none more pleasant i than the Orris oot
Wash; it ,ei aa U teeth. strengthens, thq
gumSna, purfiid thmoth, aii eetn the breath. We
raUeUimmeJ iLts use op yp Ddl-fBt Post
"The OrrisTo'l MI Itt dtergent, we eve)
used on our ename'eBs Ta4rpl.
To W PRUBLIC -T pntlrr t testimony of the most
mianent De iicatr? 9'0i0f' thb medical faculty in
qmiaeonl Deiit.stsal Itif
vey part Of ltrI Hn ihd it,' favor of'the Orriq
From 9r. EleazG r Pariey, Dentiat.
I have used-u i" Orris Tooth Wah," and having neo
made auaiu'ted w*l4 various articles of which it '
eouanioed, feel great ?10 ure. .n rpcommending it as
agreeable, wholesome, and beIint wash r. the mouth.
No. 11 PxrK P~ace,iw Jan. tt3Y
SFrom N. Dorghe,, r lmfilpn Incorrupni,
~ ~ ~ p ^l~ebaM~re^ ~lin sjNew York..
Geniiemen.-. conid-. yait. Ojrls Tooth Wash the
st ii uqe. L wlih to 40sp'ri q nqtantly on hand for the use
patients',ple ,a^.ndine~sijpl -
W tJ'nat ptqst, law Yiq; K, Jul*y je,1It'S
Jan. -8 .. Signed N. DUDB.t
ljhSTpft-tepirrt pains or weakness ru the
briasi, eode, baskeTBrltl also, ftor gou, rbesaiatisos
liveI- complain,, and (tyS~,elA; for coughs. colds, asthma;
difficulty Sf bresiibfrgh oppression dl the Mouadh, &c, they
w,, 4ivelaifunirate 5 and bombing rellet; and-for plesat.
ness,,aftcy, eBhb aad certainty, are dsecdedly ma ISt of the nttsherRldk5.' Bs. ch person wis busines
or avdcarlitns r,e4rih~thnBShould stand or sit much.or
t hose uf ew.lehln'1Babihi gehelully, wno may be troubled
with ptaie hi tbh deiev 4feaAare advised to try one of
these tie&utiful plfsers, as they are essentially difrent
from alt oth* are so reasifihbiy itadlB'aaaos plasters gerteraHT.
The proprFitor has adf tne pleasure of selling them
daily toc a number'ofryearn In this cIty ; andof the man
lhausah'ds whl havh used them, 'be-has not heard of a so.
"ltrary plmsnplIril T~ s ahe pauonined exrensivqly by the
medical profd 'sotb; af! eer. as notwmbably an otelli-
aeot physician in the United States oo Europe that would
hesit te to saectiof itemrywithks nau orirtsoace, whep

made acquainted with tHeir compoitiun.-m
S Printe.i direcjuns accompany each plaster, signed by
me in my owfrhiliwrtingt ila counteral t whI4h will be
punished aes a fortry. FePdais abhU buying them wi1
Sranber9 tO 3'aIts- -'AIEAU'S T ENOTHEMINQ
PLASEr L, and sbeihat they got thitrectioni t-us sign.
Sd They are put in bores with 'BicAIvs show bills-will
keep with, ut Mjwy In any -iats-and wil tIoe forward-
- ed to day part hM th" Udltd Sates O British Provincs, as
We irder, arnd l lib-tal discount made to thise who buy to
s8ll again. In-conflasion, I hars only to add, that instan-
ces are so numerous In which the most salutary Offace
- have been prordecictt B ulltf them, that tiey are recom-
iaaded Wit the qVs(ientie eofidene 0to all those who
Tirt leIt b1its .h' asl Uthe followiig placsonly-
SAi the B6 ttlfe tkl6ej26 Bowery, and -at th
]iVeo'Medfty, 409 et.erofSevnth at.
.-tN. W. ADBAU.
WARR bZA.-Tne aubecribsac
NP have, 3 conPiudrlsah nri dae by them In
P rance in t dWstrinc, sdlectldhpiVlnis of
the estate of I ad Which they ho* hare
the pleasure o: o, .i s a.,ich and fruity
Wine nd .posi s tie which cliaracterize
ie, h antih p t Frot me superiority
Kra m retat. o6i bif estate, a uniformity of
altv, d -l -'supply a divaredto Purchasers.
n 'tih b manner, the bottle sn eatly
pwra bra e oa Brimntitn," with the
-; 'fu ah V covtedo vizh uing.
Sy reoeei aClziale of the ahpve tranid- .
ses i ItIng 6|lcry, I qjitArt bottles.
-.60 d ,1 de in pins do.
S100 eae Oel r iller
whchi: i offei4 fp 5d 'etrqdon reason-
able trmu. R & C, ; .
fea .f .. ,., ,. ., iU iadway.
T iter P015 V IO tV ordwx Joben ariad Gold streesd
"1. e bl A bOp '1ad te obt a -'the Print eas
SIbahe ias purchased the eyteoslve establishment former
y oeln'iglngt ni PLL.L T'RHB mnil tind fur
ni hed.sdtf' 4y new ffti-ds, and engaged workmen of th
Iraisienln lhdlthldepartini'isiiher now prepared
tC aeecuw ordhbil'lW4 n4sasisad deswich
4s rV 6ity idi'dtylde o' Type Is Interior to none in this
'oountr ,. Pf addtff6ni tihde.adyantidw, he funher begs
leave to state, that ih metal usedio he vaautatiak of
his Type is differeft*6m t f ld n any other Foundry I
- and he Will t "'att U.t t lThrnio durable and lIghter
hai hLnafin 1bdetrnu. -
'In dflotuod %t'itauittfltif'Type'hv has made
arrangementato ply the tilade within materials aecej
53W, 'O KoflIitmfrofft36i' I -, ,. ,
s B.-BtlterM61fe to thia adviniAtaeft, 'Wib Wallowed 1 2in TypebyAt
king fourittiesttheano. ?' U
'ew Yet'k, AUguettt4h, 1986.- ',
: au,24 ''' .-.- T MK8UERIN.
EiLP4~Jlt4N 1) .-SuperiOriSporting ana
-t U~ tnr
., ot qe.Tnds, the..ubcribers. Also, agle
Gunpowder. -n papnI Eaii r Spotn. Dupont's Eagle
PnwdAria warrant iaeleanar. uiCKer and etronger than

*W WM~friMM ^M I~ MM i II.I* ^ JI I I I;. ...
BM& ma

To a om New York on the 26th, and Liverpool ot The proprio of the several Lines of packets *
the 13th oroachi month. tween New York and Liverpool, have arranged fortheir
V 4" FROM NEW YORK. satlingirum each port on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19thand "th
Ship SIDDONS, Capt. N. B. Palmer, 25thAprll. of every month-; theships toaucceed eachother inthefol- a
Ship SHERIDAN, Capt. Aug. F. Depeyster,25thMr. Wing order, via Sa
Ship GARRICK, Capt. A S. Pal-er, 2ti June.
New ship ROSCIUS, Vapt. John Collins, 25th July. 0WMW0:W0- z.4 W an
FROM LIVERPOOL. -- S4^S 4 M?0 th.
Ship SHERIDAN, 13th March. 3
8hlpGARRICKJ,lI8th April. t" ?O
NowshipROSCIUST.1th May. 4 P!;4 Man
-Ship SIDDONS, 13th June .
Theae ,ships are al Of the first class,-upwards of UMCi r". n
1000 tons,builtinthecityotfRNw York,with suchimprovp- = 9 1
mients an combine great speed with unusual comfort for t -4 MZ ^ h
passengers. Every care has been taken in the _arrange- a _- z2 ;- ch
meant of their accommodations. The price of passage
heace is'$140, for which ample stores, including wine
&C., will beprovided. These ships will be commanded 0
by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to '.i
give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners
of these ships will be accountable for any letters, parcels H
or packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lading d
are signed therefore; For freight or passage, apply to 9q a
E. K. COLLINS & CO. South at. New York, orto B
WM. & JAS. BROWN &CO., Liverpool. B
letters by the packets will be charged 12A cents per sin.
gle sheet, 50 cents par ounce, and newspapers 1 cent each.
mh21 v^4S 0 -=> t

bo boAhA A

Lotisiaea and New York Line of Packets. P C O
(To sail every Saturday;) -- .
Ship MISSISSIPPI, Beebe, master, to sail 9th March. IT!o w 4 i;o c CO ct w z U cO co 4 a
SLOUISVILLE, Allen, 16th p f
SARATOGA, Hathaway, 23d 4. -
HfNTSVILLE,Eldridge," 30th t-
New ship hAp, "i" t n ,

stioesw pntuloosevd nlhart" h_1""
New ship ohp, Aoh il e
0i YAZOn 0 Trask, 4 "927th 0 -
Tph SHAKSo 3ARE, Cornell," 4th May. -
The above ships are all ofrtun.first class. coppered and to- 33- 10-. 10 1 (
copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and built In this to W -4C"4 a
City expressly for the trade, with eleg nt accommodations
for passengers, and commanded by able and experienced er
masters. The rice of passage from New York to New 'C r
Orleans 's fixed at $80, ani from New Orleans to New 10 510- t06|
York at $90, without liquors. They will at all times be I
towed up and down the Mississippi by steamboats andthe 4b.
strictest punctuality observed in their time of sailing,. In
Neitherthe ownersor captains of these ships will oe re. 6C 4 -
sponsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or to U' viw ..ccm- Coo -*-.> -
plated ware, or for any letters, parcel orpack age sent by These ships are all ofthe first class, anda-uy command
or put on boardofthem unless regular billsof lading arese n oeoae o oais l assn T

) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ d wit elegant awccommodanationesat haomen
Staken for the same, and the valuethereinexpressed. All er w omm o or passengers. The I
goode senttoathesubagber, will be forwarded free of co pri of from New York to Liverpool, is fixed
Sm a E. K. COLLINS r rCO.ih South at. including wines, stores and bedding. Neither the cap-
N too tecei-ed after Friday evening. So h9st tainsor owner. will be responsible for any letters, par- |
Si e r n eels or packages, unless regular blis of landing are
fln aOBOLEN FERRIES. signed therefor.
aThe steamboats HOBOeEN and Agents for ships Oxford, North AmericA, Europe, Co-
PIONEER will ply constantly be- lumbua, South America, England, Orpheus, and Cam-
LeaeBarlyKten Barclay street and Hobokera bridle
The N &W A witH leave Canal stmet at the commence- GOODHUE & CO. or
meant o each hour and halt hour, and Hoboken every in- C. H. MARSHALL
termedlatequarterdurinrthe day. BARING, BROTHERS & CO. Liverpool., 1
NEWARK AND NEW YORK-Fare, I8. Cents. Agents for ships Westchester, Virginian, Sheffield, and I
The PASSAIC will commence running on theist March, United States,
and leave as follows, (Sundays excepted): ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st, New York. 1
Leave $at'ciay at., N. Y. LeaveB Newark. T. & IL SANDS IL CO. Liverpool.
At 10 o'clock, A. K. At7j clock, A. M. Agents for ships Shakspetre, Irdependence,-Roscoe t
mhl- 4 o'clock, P.M. I o'clock. P.M. and Geo. Washing I
13 "rota,' ewYok -
Agg. _.S f. Agents for ships Roscius, Siddons, Sheridan. and
; i J 3arnrck,
i On rnnd after the 1st day of May, the cars will leave jels WM. JA.BOWN CO. Liverpool.
Walker rtreet ani- Harlem, fram 6 o'c'ock A. M. to S LIVERPOOL OLD LIN PACKETS.
* o'clock P. M. in the following order 6 o'clock A.M.,7, 8 .
81. 9,9J, 10,1112, IP. M., anda every half hour until S
r' o'clock P.M.
Extzra car Will be furnthed, when required by parties ne ofPacket for Liverpool will hereafter be
at $6-a tripeach way. bathed linthe fol.ord.er, il e
N B -Passengers observing any neglect of duty or In- seatoli ollowingorder, exceptingthat when the
Ssolent language on the part of any one employed by the sailing day fall on Sunday, the ship will sail on the sue-
I Company, are requested to make their complaints at the feeding dy, vi From Lierpoo.
office, 77 Bowery. By orderof the Committee, From N. York.ll lep
I mh29 J. S. WHIGAM. duperintendant. July19) Set. 74
S h2 J. Nov.19 TheORPHEUS-475tons-D.G.Baley7&Jan. 7
W !*RANGEMfLNT. Mar.19 (May 7
C6hmencing April lst, 1839. Aug.1) rio n PL19
COMPANY.- April 1 arsley. (May 19
Aug. 19) Oct. 7
De l191. The OXFORD--80 tons-J.Rathbone. Feb. 7
April19) June 7
S'Sept.ITh NRTOc.1
fr are between Jersey City and Elzabethtown, 37j MERICA- Jtons
Cents; Rahway, 60 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cents. May i I JunEiHa
NEW BRUNSWICK TRAINS. Sept.19 Th EUROPB-618 tons-.ISG. Mar- .Nov. 7
Leave New Yora (at the foot of Liberty st.) Jon.19 shall. JMar. 7
At" S o'cock, A. M. daily. May19 k *
41 P. 'M. do. Oct., -I The COLUMBUS-663 tons-r B.'No.19
14r.MI. do. Oct._ "a."
6 P. M. daily (Sundays excepted.) Feb. It Cropper. S
Leave' New Brunswick. June IJulyl9
At 7 o'clock, A. M. daily (Sunday excepted.) t19, The SOUTH AMERICA-I16 tons- pD 7
lIF noon daily. s W.C:Brtow.A J
9 P. M. do. Ju nelu .
(Foot of Courtlandt at., New York) Mar. I Waite. April
tEveryday, Su.iday excepted.) u ly* Aug. oI
Lease Nworkeaverewarll -of he first class, commanded by
a ,t ..New .ork Leave Newark .-- menofcharaterandexperience, andarefurnihedwith
At19 o'clmo, A. M. I 51 1 stores of th. best kind. -Rery attention 'will be paid to
2S *t v < paesengers, to promote their comfort and convenience.-
,5 Tarae of pas"ageoutwardsis fixed hy ar understanding
6 .. .. with the proprIetors of the otherJinw.at $140. including
8 I wines, anuweejof every description, ard $120 without.
j9 '. Nalrhaerth captalnrsor.ownet of these ships will be re
i< -ta^^ -.. \sponsible for any: letter., parcfi.), or paeaageu sent by
Teav -.w I -. S (Sundaysexp ted'.,) them, unless regular bills of Lading are signed theretor.
erve New eork at 12 o'clock P. Md a"nd leave New- nt freighter passase apply to
arkatIOjo'clock P. M-t'Phlladelphia Train.] & co., or?
Fare between Jersey City and Newark, S7j cents. R 64 South st, N.Y.
PaesBnjerswho procure titir tickets at the Ticket OfER & CO, Li .
fices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, beside c pket-O- p6 nd DARIN,' T- 1verpool.
confusion and delay after crossin the river.s en LIVEPOOLLINE OPACKfTS
g)" Tickets are received by the Conductors onlylon the
da~ when
da hnpurchased.fH W n rC
t we Town Tracks in the Ciy of Newark have beenun
derlet, and passengers will be carried toand from the De- Tosaifrom New Vora and Liverpoelin the following
potato meet the arrival and departure of theetralnsfor 6j order: From New York. From Liverpoof.
eeataeach mhS0 INDp eND C (Aug 7 J Sept 25
~~~~~~~. De 7 J 'SliIK'ClI~?O an 29S3
F:OR P.fULAkDELPk:UA. ..pr7.ay.
^ FOj~gLAELPIA _Ship ROSCOE, f Oct 26
Joe C Delano, ) 8 May 7 ne 2

"it Dairy_, Ailufvaays excepted,) att 7 ou-clock A. Ms" HyHi Fb7Mr2
~from pier No. 2. North River. ny oaeg, (jnTJl 5
$y-steamboao INDEPENDENCE 10 South Amboy, v dwwlCorn D
from thence 'to Bordentown, via. Railroad. and from wJUIY7 Apr 25

thence in steamboat, and arrive in Philadelphia at 2 Thetshipsarealnot the first class, ab ycommanded
o'clock P.M. ith elegant accommodations for passenger. The price
Fare Intho above line, $3. Forward Deck F passengers of passage frqm New York to Liverpool Is fixed at i4
to Philadelphia. $2 25. and from Liverpol to New York at 35 guineas, including
e0CEHOLD AND MONMOUTH LINE.- By thel7 wines, stores and bedding.
o'lock boat, via Railroad to Hightatown, fromthencet o Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible for
Freehold by stages. FPare to Freehold,$I 50. any letters, parcels, or packages, unless regular hills of
%TREN TO E LINE-By the 7 o'clock boat. Faret lading are signed thorefor. Apply to
Trenton $2. Forward deck passengers to Trenton, iINNELL, MINTURN &CO.,
$1 50. Agpnts, 134 Front st., or
Jaiareto PerthandSouthAmboy,50centa. selS WILDES, PICKER. ILL t &O.. Liverpool
Breakfast and Dinner on board-Breakfast, 56cents; tosalnonthelst.,10thandi0thof ssrymonth.
Dinner,60 cents. .F --
All Baggage attherisk ofittowner. mhl 1G tm
SLIUE-DIRECT. T 'sLine of packets, will hereafter b composed o
ViaNwark, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton. thefllowingshlpp, whichwillsucceeder otherin the
Bycointintou- ftireb RaiHruad from Jerseyt City (oppo- ordei in whlchtbvy are named, sailing p mnctualy.from
site New Yrk) thto tl 'e iiy of ?Philadelphia crossing the New York and Portsmouth on the 1st, 10th and 20th, and
Railrod Bridge at Trenton. from I-ondon on the7tl.,l7th and 7th of ah month
Leave New-York, from the foot of Liberty street, daily. o NwYork. Frw t.
Jan; tP Feb.t17iFeh.20
*. IMa B May 1 SaT.JAMES, 1.8ebor... JJuce7 une20
-E SeptI. (Oct 17 Oct.20
Morning Line, atso'clock, A.M.1 Jan.20 Mar.?7Mar.10
MailPilot Line, at o'clock, P.M. May20 GLADIATOR,Tb-. ,rIttoijua- JU ;10
Fare through inbcth lines. $4. Sep (,Na -X*or.10
Passengers wilt procure their ticKets at the Office, foot Mar.27 A.
of Lbertny-street, where a commodious Steamboat will be ljunlo QUEBEC F H. Hebard. July 27. Aug. 1
In readiheft'to convey them to Jersey City, with baggage Oct.10 .NcaA7 Do.qI 1
crates ) board. Fab.20 Apr, 7 &nr 10
Philadelphia baggage goes through without being opmw- Ju:ne* WXLLINGTOND Vhadw-cx < Aug. 7 Aug.o
edby thewa. Oct. 2 Dec.IDe ;.10
fiPassengers by the Morning Line, arrive in Philadelphia Marr. A r May 1
at 2 o'clock ,I. M. July I SAMSON, Russell Sturges Au Spt.1
Ml Pi lot Line delivers passengers In Philadelphia, at Nov.10 Dec.Tn'a
11 o'clock P.M., four hours in advance of the U Mail. Apr. ) Mayl7May20
Returning, will leave Philadelphia at 8j o'clock A M, Aug .I NTARIO, Henry HuttleaOn4Sept.17 Sept.20
adPM.e- Dc. 1 Jan. 17 Jani. 20
6n6Sundays, peasengers for'Newark, Elizabethtown. Tniesehfipsare alIofthe first class,.about 600tonso ui
Rahway and New Brunswick, will be taken by these kenand are commanded by able and experienced navi
lines. a galore. Greatcare will Ire taken thatthebeds, stores, &.
are afthe-best descrption. The price of Cabin passage
HE PIOPLE'S 1E8I-NTnAL CADIDATE sow fxed at $140, outward, for each adult, which mi
3.. or, The'Life of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio Qludes wines and liquors. Neither the captains nor the
'T nry,, The .ife of Williamn Henry Harrison, of Ohio.
Just received and for sale by *wneresfthese paclwpts will be responsible for anyie
apls S. COLMAN. 9 Astor House.' t.' parelso pac&gesentby them, unlessregular
r XA8.-WY1398LB IfoungkIyOn J2s of Lading aresigated tl'prefor. Aplyto.
UkS-0 het ist tt-l ~ RNEL IIUN&
rl 220 half chests do do GRINNZ .MINI.RN&CO.
190 do do do do, country packed setO 1 4Frontst..N.Y
27 chests Hyson do do P 'ACIETS FOR HAVRE-UNION LINE.
36 half chests Gunpowder do do
| 43 do do Souchong, of the celebrated
-cargo per ship Grand Turk S3
19 chests Pouchong, extra five to, sail from New York on the 8th, l6ths and 24th, and
27-, chests do do do from HareI st, 8th, and 16th ofevery month.
Also, An assortment of Cumnha Boxes, consisting or From West.York. From 1re,.
choiceSouchong, Pouchoig, T iong and Gunpowder, for Mar. 8 April161
sale by -. GILLESPIE & EDWARDS, Juie241 Ship IOWA, (new)W. W Pell Aug. 8
,mhl9 lOt 449 Pearl stre.., cnor Wall,and Beaver st. O \t. 14 De.

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8 Marshal for the District of New Jersey.
Dated March 18 1839 mIit *Ap

* iN pursuance otIn order of the ourrogate of the Coun-
. ty of New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against Edwin Beach, late- of the City of
New York, doceasad, to presentthe same with the voucho
erm thereof to the subscriber, at her residence, No. 4 War
ren. street, or at the office of Burr & Benedict, No. 73 Nas-
sau street, in the City of New York, on or before the
twentieth day of Juninext.
Dated Now York, the thirteenthrlay of December, 1838,
dl4 law6m ELIZA BEACH, Administratriz.
HB Y order of Dyre Tillinghast. Esquire, Supreme
SCourt Commissioner for Eno county, Notice is here
by given, pursuant to the provisions of the statute authori-
sing attachments against absconding concealed, and
non-residenMt debtors, that an attachment has issued
against the estate of Taylor, Moore & McGriff, who are
net inhabitants of this Stae, but are non-resident debtors.
residingilthe Stateof Indiana, and that the mame will be
sold lor the payment of theirdebts. unless they appear and
discharge such attach ,enet, according to law, within nine
monthsfrom the first publication of this notice ,-apd that
the payment of any debt, and the delivery of any property
belonging to such deyiors, 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 thetiri
day of September, 1988.

stlo 11tw9in

Attorney for Attaching Creditor

N PURSUANCE of an order ofthe Surrogate of the
County eo New York, Notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against JAms DuAin LrviNwTON,
late of the City -of New York, gentleman, deceased, to
presentthem, with tie vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
John 8. Livingston, at his residence, No. 75 Leonard.
street,in the city of New York, on or before thesixteenth
day of May next.
Dated New York, te 13th day of November, 1838.
JOHN S. LIVINGSTON, Administrator.
MARY R. LIVINGSTON, Administratrix.
nI3 lawrm .' '
P UjSUANT to an order o( Walker Todd, Surrogate
S ofr-he tountyofPutnaiam, Notice is hereby give to
all persons having Claims against John F. Height, late of
the town of Philipitbwn in said county, deceased, to ex-
hibit the samre, with the vouchers thereof, to Cornelius
Warren, an adminl.;trator of said estate, at the residence
of the said administrator, In Phillipstown insaid county,
actor before the 20th dy of May next.
Dated October 2,1838.
LITITIA HAIGHT -Administratrix.
CORNELIUS WARIUN, Administrator.
Wnl4 lawtmy* ,
B Y order of the Honorable .-ichael Ulshoefer, First
SJudge of the Court of Common Pleas, for the city
and county of New'York. nctlce is hereby given, pur-
suantito the provisions of the statute authorizing attach.
ments against non-resident debtors, thatan attachment
hflaisfsi Ajraini. the esaltatne f R1nhart WA. MakIn-t&rp.Ra t


in each week lforeight weeks in succession, on that the:
cause a copy of this order to be ersonally served on th
sa.d Richard WilriamKillick an Isaac Lopez Brandon a
least twenty days before the time prescribed for their ap
pearance. C-py,
R. H. OGDEN Complainants' Solicitor.
nmh4 law8w

A T a Cou't of Chancery held for the State o fNew
York, at the city of Albany, o0 the eighth day of
March, one thousand eight hundred and thiity-nine-lre.
sent. Reuben H. Walworh, chancellor.
The New York Life Insurance and Trust Company vs.
Atiheus Nash and others.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court
that William P. Randall, one of the defendants In the a-
bove enutled cause, is a non.rebidentof this Stats, but is
a resident of one of the United States, to wit, of the
State of Connecticut-on motion of Mr. Julius Rhoades,
of counsel for the complainants, it is ordered, that the
said William P. Randall cause-his appearance to be en-
tered, ain notice thereof no be served on the complain-
ants' solicitor within four morihsfrom. he date of this or-
der, and in case of his appearance that he cause his an.
swer to the complainants' bill to be file 4, and a copy
thereof to be served,on the complainants' solicit- r with
in forty days alter service of a copy of sid bill, and in
de:ault thereof said bill of complaint may be taken as
confessed by him : and It is further ordered, that within
twenty days the said complainants cause this order to
be published in theState paper and in the New York Ame-
rican, and that the said publication be ccn'inued ih each
of tie said papers at least oncs in each week for eight
weeks in succession, or that they cuse a copy f this or.
der to be personally served upon ThO said William P. Ran-
dall, at leaat twenty daysbe'bre the Lime prescribed for
his appearance. JHN M. DAVISUN,
(Copy.) Register.
B. ROBINSON,,Comp's Sol. mh lab"8w
P URtUANT toa u orers mae by the Surrogae olf
the city and county o(f New York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against the estate of Si.
las Judson, late of the city of New York, deceased, to
present the same, with the vouchers thereof, at the office
of Pierre Ogilvie Beebee, 4 Wall street, Now York, cn
or before the first Monday in October next.
Dated New York, March 26th, 1838.
IMARY ANN JUDSON, Administratrix.
mh?26 I aw6m
O RHIO CANAL LOAN.-The Comwissioners of the
Ohio Canal Fund, by virtue of authority vested in
them, will receive sealed proposals until -three o'clock P.
M. on Wednesday, the sevciteenth instant, fr a loan of
One Million of Dollars, to be paid as follow, to wit:-
twenty per cent. at the tin'-the proposals shall be accept.
ed, and the remainder in monthly instalment, of twenty
percent, each, beginning on he irst day of May next.



rY virtue of a Warrant of Distress issued by the So.
Itorof the Treasury of he United Sates, pruan to
i act of Congress, passed 16th May, 1820, to me directed
d delivered, commanding me in pursuance of the act
oresaid, to levy, take and eell the estate of Samuel
wartwout Benjamin Birdsall, Charles L. Livingston,
d Mangle M. Quackenboss-as by reference to said
errant, or record thereof, in the office of the Clerk of
a District Court for the District of New Jersey, will
ore fully appear.
I have levied on thweal estate hereinafter described,
nd will dispose at pufflic auction, at John Bucks Hotel,
Jersey City, on Saturday, the twentieth day of April
ext, between the houisof twelve at noon, and five o'clock
. M.-the sale to commence ut one (1) o'clock P.M. on
at day, of all the right, title and interest of the said
imuel Swartwout, in and to the same, which he had on
e fourteenth day of October last, or at any time after.
yards, viz;
Allthat certain farm or lots of land an-] premises situate
Sthe township of Lodi, in the county of Bergen and State
f New Jersey, lying between the rivers Pessaic and
Lackentack, anid commonly called Swartwoii's Mea-
owe," l wounded on the west by lands of Israel Foot, west
nd southeriy by the Passaic fiver, south by the Newark,
Bay, easterly by lands of Anthony Dey, Esq. and others,
n the north principally by the Newark Bridge road, said
o contain four hundred and ten acres, more or less.
All that tract of land and premises at Weehawken, In
he townshiptand county of Bergen, being a water lot pur.
chased by Samuel Swartwout of Win. C. H. Waddell,
archer Gifford anid i rancis W. Brinley, bounded by lands
f persons tome unknown.
All that certain tract of land and premises at Hoboken,
n the township and county of Bergen, which was purchae-
,d by Samuel Swartwout of Mablon P. Green and wife,
is per deed dated Fe-ruary 2nd, 1835, and recorded on the
eighteenth da) ofFebruary, 183, in Liber No. 3 of deeded
for Bergen county, pages 103, 104, and 105, for six acres,
three roods and thirty six poles. Said tract is bounded
northerly by lands of John J. Benson and C. 8. Watkins,
easterly byI lands cf the heirs of John Stevens deceased,
southerly by the Bergen Road, and westerly by the east.
srn line of the Hoboken Meadows property."
All that certain traet 0t land and premises, commonly
called the Hoboken Meadows, in the township and county
of Bergen, which was quivlaimed by Samue' Stnrm to
Samtuel awartwout as per deed dared te thirteenth day ot
January, 1836, and recorded the first day of March, 1836,
n Liber2, 3, of'deeds lor Bergen county, pages 443, 444,
and 445, for three hundred and thirty three acres, more or
le.s. Said tract is bounded northerly by Weh-wken
Cove, north easterly and easterly by lands of the heirs of
John Stevens, deceased, south easterly by other lands of
Samuel Swartwout, and land, oftheheirsol John Stevew.,
south westerly by lands of HenryTraphagen, and heira
)of John Van Vorst, westerly by lands ol the heirs of John
Stevens, and north westerly by lands of the heirs of Charles
Lop, deceased.
All that certain tract of land and premises, in the town-
ship and county of Bergen, situated at West H boken,
purchased by Samuel Swartwout, will more iuily ap
pear by a deed of Cyrus 8. Browning and wife to said
Swartwout, dated Ma'ch 16h, 1837. and recorded April
12th, 1937, in Liber VS of deeas for Bergen county, pages
355, 356, and 357, for seventy-hundredths of an acre.-
Said lot is bounded on the north abd south by other lands
of Samuel Swaitwout, on the east by land of the heirs of
John tevens, deceased, and west by Palisade Avenue.
All that certain tract of land aci premises in the town.
ship and county of Bergen, descrloed in a certain deed
Iroin Georee B. Innis to Samuel Swattwout, bearing date
October 42d, 1836, and recorded the filh day uf Novem-
ber, lS836, in liber T 3 of deeds, tor Bergec county, pages
490, 461, 462. and 463, for sevel acres and thie.hur
dredths. Said tract is bounded north by land of the heirs
of John Stevens, and other lands of said Swartwout, east
early bylands of the heirs ofJoin Stevens, southerly by
land of thie heirs of John Van Vort, deceased, and west
eriy by Palisade Avenue
All that certain tract of land and premises in the town-
ship and county of Bergen, described in a certain deed
from Josiah Hornblower to Samuel Swartwout, detedthe
firstday of Mblay, A D, 1835, and recorded the 14t0 day
of September, 1'-35, in lIber P3 of deeds for Bergen coun
ty, pages 295,29i and 297, for fifteen acres and eeveiy.
seven.hundredths Said tract is bounded notherlyby
lands of George B. Iinis and others, 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 tbere.
All that certain tract or parcel of land and promisei
in tie township and county of Bergen, con.
veyed by Samuel Cassedy and Abel J. Smith, trustees
of Anna Hornblower, deceased, to 6amues Swartwout,by
deed bearing date tiefirstday of May, 1835, and is record
ed Septemberl4th, 1835, in the Bergen countT Book o
Records, Liber P 3 of deeds, page 298, fr eighteen acre
and forty-seven hundiedths said Jand is situated a
West Hoboken, and is bounded northerly by other land
of Samuel Swartwcut, easterly by Hobohen Meadows
southerlyby land of Samuel Swartwout and land of Cor
nelius Van Vorst, and westerly by land of Van Wagenei
Syms andithers
All that tract or parcel of landland premises containin
two acres and forty two hundredths, conveyed by Johi
Stevens and wife to John, Robert and Samuel Swartwouu
by-deed dated July 17th, lS., and recorded July 29th
1815, in toe records of Bergen county, liber L 2 of deeds
page3a9 ; this said lot of land was conveyed by J-ain an
Robert Swartwout and wives to Samuel Swartwout b:
deed dated 28Ei of November, 1821, and recorded 4th c
December, 1821, in liber S 2 of deeds for Bergen county
page 239; said tract is situated ni the village of Rolxken
and is bounded oi the north by the Bergen road, and o
the east, soutn, and west, by lands belonging to the heir
of the estate of John Stevens, deceased
Also, all the right, title, interest, claim 'and demand c
the said Samuel Seariwout, either in law or equity of, in
and to the following described lota of land and premises
on the second day of Feoruary last, and atany time t iere
after, viz: all those certain lots or parcels of land an
premises situated, lying and beiin the city of Newark
in the county of Easex and State of New Jersey, know,
and distinnuishdd on a map or chart of said land record
ia the clerk's office ol lhe said county of Essex, as lot
numbers I2, l3, 4, B.6,T, 8, i, il, 12,1l,14, i5, ie
17,18, 21, 22, 28, 37, 38,39, 40,41, 42, 66,67, 68, 59, 63
61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, being a part of his pi-opent
formerly owned by one C&leb Wheeler arid by him con
veyed to Prudden Ailing, by whom it was divided mt
lots and sold pursuant to the rap or chart afuresaic
Lots numbers 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,9, 10, 11,12.13,14. iS
16,17,18, 21, 24 and S8 fronton Jersey street. anti upo
the River Road, and extend severally in the rea to th
Passac River, and tots numbers 37. 38, 39, 40, 41,42, of
67, 69, @, 60, 91, 62, 63, 64,66, 66, 67 and 69 front on th
River Boad or front street; each of the said lots being ;
feet in width in front and rear.
Said lots were conveyed by deeds from Prudden Allinj
A. W'. Cory, John H. Poniiden, W Stevens and John 1
Jackeon, to Henry Yates, &q Ic whose nane these lot
or parcels of land above described, will be foued ofrecor
as aforesaid ; said lots collectively are occupied ard use
as the M, rrist;anal Coal Yard.
Eaich and every one of the above described lots, pieces c
parcels of land,togethsrwith the heredrtaments ant appa
tenances appertaining or belonging to each and every
them levied on by me, I will dispose of at Public Auction
at the place, day, and hour aforesaid, as fully and ampi
as I am empowered by the warrant aforesaid, and the A
referred to. JOHN S. DARCY

A T a Court of Chancery held for the State of New
fv York, at the city of New York, on thefirstdayof
larch, one thousand eight hundred and thirty.nine,
Tresent-William T. McCoua, Vice Chaticellorofthe
'irst Circuit.
Emilie Mlajastrie vs. Anson Blake and Elizabth W.
his wife, and Ferdinand Prsngruebar.
It appearing upon proof by affidavit, made in this cause,
by John F. Mitchel', solicitor for the complainant, that
Ferdinand Prengruebar, a defendant herein, resides out of
his State, and is a resident of France or Italy. On filing
aiil affidavit, and on motion of William Mitchell, or
counsel for th2 complainant, it is ordered,that thesaid Fer.
linand lrengruabar cause his appearance to be entered
herein, and notice thereof to be served on tho complain-
arit's solicitor, v ithin nine monih from the date ofthis
order, and in case of his appearance, that be cause
his answer to the complainant's bllto be filed, and a copy
lhereofto be served on the complainant's solicitor within
forty days after service of a copy of said bill and that
n default thereof, said bill of complaint be taken as con-
eased by him. And it is further ordered, that within twenty
days frftA the date of this order, the said complainan
cause this order to be published in the State paper, and in
the"New York American," ringedd in this State for eight
weeks in succession, and once at least in each week, or
that the said complainant cause a copy of this order to be
served on the said Ferdinand Prengruebar personally, at
least twentydays before the time herein before prescribed
for his appearance. (Copy,)
nmhll law 8w JOHN WALWCRTH, Clerk.
A T a tourt ol Chmncery held for thie Sate of New
SYork at the City of Albany, on the nineteenth day
of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine-
Present-Reuben H. Walworth, Chancellor.
AJoseph W. Duryee and other,,vs. Edward Tremayne
and Sarah Hennrie.ta Chariiie his wife, James S. Lavis,
Isaac Baldwin, Lewis Bayer, Augustus Moritz, and
it appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the delendants, James S. Davisand Isaac Baldwin,
reside out of this State, but are residents of the Unted
States, to wit :-the said James S Davieof the State of
Pennevsylvania, ann the said Isaac Baldwin of the State of
New Jersey; and it appearing likewise by affidavit to the
satisfaction of this Court, that the .aid defendant, Lewis
Bayer, resides-out of this State, to wA :uiP che King'om
ot Fiance; and that the said delendant, Augustus Meritz,
resides out of this State, to wit-in the Republil of Texas.
On motion uof Snth Barker, solicitor for the complainants
it.is ordered, that the said defendants, Jamet 3 Davis and
Isaac Baldwin, cause their appearance t) be entered in
this cause, aid notice therrofte be served on 'e complain-
ants solicitor within four months Irom the date of this or-
der, and in case of the appearanceof the said defeniants
that they cause their answers to lie complainants' bill to
be flied aid copies thereof to be served on the complain.
ants' solicitor within forty days after service of a copy of
said bil, and in default thereol said bill of complaint may
be taken as confessed by them and it is further ordered,
that tre said detendarints, Lewid Bayer ana Augustus
Morltz, cause their appearance so be entered In this cause,
aid noticee thereof ro OB served an Ele-complainants'solici-
tor within nine months from the date of this order; and in
case of the appearance of the said last named defendants
that tnlt-y cause their answers to the complainants bill to be
filed and copies thereof to be served on tht complainants
solicitor within forty days a'ter service of a copy of said
bill, and i d'1.ult thereof that the said bill ray betaken
as confessed by them. And it is further ordered that within
iwenty day the said complainants cause this order to be
published in the State paper and n the New Y;rk Ameri.
can, a newspaper printed in the city and county of New
York, and that the said publicat'vn be continued in each
of the said papers at least once in each week for eight
weeks in suectssioni, or that they 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 appearance. Copy,
mh23 law8w JOHN M. DAVISON, Register.
A T a court ofu Chancery held lor the State of New
York, at the city of Albany on the nineteenth day of
March, one thousand eight hundred iind thirty.nine.
Present, Reuben H. Walworh, Chanoellor.
John N. Woodaid and others, vs. Edward Tremayne
and Sarah Henrietta Charit'ehis wife, James S. Davis,
Itaac Baldwin, Lewis Bayer, Augustus Moritz and
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this
court, that the Defendants, James S. David 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 tie" satisfaction of this court, that the said defendant
Lewis Bayer, resides out cf this State, to wit: in the king-
dom of France, and that the said defendant, Azgus.
tis elorita reeides ouL of this State, to wit in the
Republic of Texas: on motion of Smith Barker
solicitor for the complainanls, it is ordered that the
said defendants. James S. Davis and Isaac Baldwin,caus(
their appearance to be entered in this cause, and notice
thereof to be served on the complainant' solicitor within
four' months from the date of this order, and in case ofthe
appearance of the s id defendants, that they cause theil
answers to the complainants' bill to be filed, and copies
thereof to be served on the complainants' solicitor, w'thir
forty days alter service of a copy if said bill; and in de
fault thereof, said bill of complaint may be taken as con.
fessed byAthem ; and it is further ordered that thesas
defendants, Lewis Bayer and Augustus Moritz, caus
their appearance to be entered in this cause, ant
notice thereof to be served on the complainants
solicitor, within nine months from the date of this order
and in case ofthe appearance of the said last nameu de-
fendants, that they causetfeir answers to the complain,
ants' bill to be filed, and copies thereofto be served en thi
complainar its' solicitor within forty days after service of
copy of said bill, and in default thereof, that said bill may
be take as conlesscd by them ; and it is further ordered
that within twenty days the said complainants cause this
order to be published in the State paper, and in the New
York American," a newspaper primed in the city an
county of New York, and hathate said publication be con
tinued in each of the aid papers at east once in aci
week for eight weeks in succession, or that they cause
copy of this order to be personally servedton the said de>
fendantsre-pecinively, at least twenty days before mi
time prescribed for tmeli appearance. Copy, -
mi,23 lawaw JO N M. DAVISON, Register.
AT a Court ot Chancery, held lr the Stale ol Net
York, at the City of Albany, on the tb day o
March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nii- ^
Present-Reuben H. Walworh, Chancellor,
Reyna Moses and others vs. Richard William Killick
Isaac LopeF Brandon, Samuel Ward, James 0. King
Edward Prime, Samuel Ward, Jr., and Denning Duer.
It appearing by afidavit to the satisfaction of mle Court
that the defendants, Richard William Kitlick and Isam
Lopez Brandon reside out of the United Saler, to wit; a
the island of Barbadoes in the West Indies: On m
Mr Julius Bhoades, of'counsel for the comllainants,itl
ordered that the said Rtchard W'liam Killick and Isam
Lopez Brandon cause their appearance to be entered ar
notice thereof to be served on the complainants'soicino
within nrne months from the date of this order, and in
case of their appearance that they cause their answer i
the complainants' bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to i
served on the complainants' solicitor within fury day
after service of a, copy of said ball; Sjrd in default thereql
the seaid bill mny'ea taken as confessed by them. And iti
further ordered, that the said complainants within mwent'
days cause this order tmobepublishcd intha State paper.an
in the New York A'nerican," and that the said publics
lion becontinued in each of the sai-l papers at leaat ine

/: r

AT a Court of Chancery held for the State of New
York at the City of New York, on the twenty se-
venth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and
thirty nine-
Prosent-William T. McUoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
Ann Smith vs. James E. Underhil, and Louisa A his
wife, Williard Leonard, Maria V. his wife, William R.
Fosdick and Henmy J. Williams and John Kean, Execu-
tore, &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 State but is a residf nt ofone ofthe Uni
ted States, to wit: of the State of NJ.w Jersey, and that
the defendant, Henry J. Williams, resides out of this
State but is a rosidemt of one of the United States, to wit ;
of the State of Pennsylvania. On motion of Mr. B D. Sil-
liman, of .ounselfor the complainant, it is ordered that
the said Wililam R. Fosdick, John Kean and Henry J.
Williams respectively cause their appeaianc to bj enter-
ed and noticethereof to be served on tve complainant's o-
licitor within four months from the date of this order i and
in ease ot their api earance that they cause their answer to
the complainant's bill to be filed and a epy thereof to he'
serve on the complainrant's solicitor within forty days
after service of a copy o sid bill, and in default thereof
saii' bill may be taken as confesed by tham. And t is
further ordered tli at within twenty days the said complain.
ant cause this older to be published in the State paper and
in the New York Ameilcan, and that the said publication
be continued in each of the said papers at least once in
each week foreigitt weeks in suenteesion, or that she .ause
a copy ofe his order to be I personally served on the said de.
fendants, William R. Fosdick, John Kean and Henry J.
Williams respectively, at least twenty days before the
time above prescribed for their appearance. Copy.
mh30 law8w JOC)HN IVALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Cuuit of Chancery, held for the State of New
York, at the City of New YorK, on the first day of
April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
ad thirty-nine,
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
Rupert J. Cochran., vs. George Abernethy, and Anne his
wife, Isaac Jaquos and William 0. Watrous, imp'dwith
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction f this Court,
that the defendants, ieorpe Abernethy, and Anne. his
wife and Isaac Jaques, reside out of this Sate, to wit: the
said Grorge Abernethy and Anne his wife, reside in the
State of Illinol.i, and tilhe said Isaac Jaques in the State of
New Jersey, and th.t the said William (. Watrous, is
resident or this State, but has concealed Ijimelt to avoid
service of the subpmna issued in the said cause;
and on motion of J. Blunt of counsel for the complainant
it is ordered, that the said defendants, George Abernethy,
and Anne, bib wile, and Isaac Jtques, do cause their re-
spective appearanceito be enter? d, and notice thereof to
be served upon the complainant's solicitor within four
mo.ilhafrorl the date of this order, and in case of alpear-
ance that they respectively cause their answer to be filed
to the bill of complaint filed in this cause, within lorty
days after service cf a copy of the said bill,
and in default thereof, that the same may be
aken as confessed against them; and it is on
like motion further ordered, that the said william
G. Watrous do cause his appearance to be en-
tered, and notice thereof to ba served upon the com-
plainant's solicitor in three montfis from-the dite of tnia
order ; and that in case of his appearance that he caure
his answer to be fil-d to the said bill of complaint, and a
copy served upon the solicitor for the compla'uait in forty
days after service of a copy oftise said bil and notice of
this order, or that the same betaken as confessed against
him ; and it is further ordered that, within twenty dady,
the said complainant cause a copy of this order to be pub-
lished in the State paper, and alo in a Raper published
in the city of NeW York, styled the NewYork American,
and that tr.e said publication be continued at lea-t once in
Each week, In each of the said papers, for eight weeks in
Ssuccession,'or that they cause a copy of this order to be
served personally on the saiW defendants according to law
at least twenty days before Ehe time specified for their
(Copy) JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
ap2 law8w

Tb~ ~ ~ ~ Z. -.1fl *aln7sr- Y"tq~~
snls[ on, l No. tre aW=
lse corner of Warren.
Strangers are respectftly app ed t f. R
was bred to the Medical Professo In the city of idon
ant. has been a practicalmemb of said acuIty Phy
42 years, for the last 82 in the city of Pew oVk. 1i
practicefrom being formerly general, m aslongr n
to a particular branch of Medicine, which engapee h*
profound attention, via:-Lues VeneriaScorbptus, Sero-
fula, Elepk intiails, and. in short, all diseases arising
Inr ma vitia d state ofthe blood. His experiences very
great. His mecess astonishing. In man' thousands &
cases committed to his care,of al grades and every degre
of malignancy, he has speedily restored his patietsto
health and a soundconstifution.
He cautions the unfortunate agaistthe abuse of 1er-
cury. Thousa-ds are annually uercurialized out of llif
Seethat your case is eradicated, not patched up. Tho
learned Dr. BulIan emphatically observes-" Married
persons, and persons aboutto be iaried should-be par
ticularly cautiousofthose afflictions. Whata dreadful in
heritaoct to transmit to posterity." Persons afflictedwik
protracted and deplorable cases need not despair afa1
Complete recovery, by applying to Dr. Home. Rees
affections, where local, arewithoutmercuxy,extinguish-
ed in a few days. Whatgrieves the Dr. Is, that many
afflictea;iostead of taking his salutary advice, have r
course to advertised nostrums, where there Is o response
bility,andthe comupounders unknown; by such means,
throwing away tiheir money, (where they vainly hope to
save,) and ruinforever their: constitution.
Persons whomay have contracted disease, or suspect
latent poison, are invited to nake application to Dr
HGRNE. at his Establishment, No. 268 Greenw -
street, neXt the corner of Warren. Aiesidenceofthirty
two ears in New York city, has radically established
Dr Horne'scharacterforsterlinghonor- and basedon rea
respecteabilityand skill. Dr.Home odrsto hispatron
a sure guarantee. .
Offices formeparate consultations. Patients eiu nest
come in contact.
Attendance until half past 9 In the evening.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. Alcity meters
3" 1 Stultorumineuratapudormals ulcersm ac .r
-Horace's l6th Epistle.
P. S.-As lon Bas Dr. Hornedeirdsetouenq*tthepulid
it is proper he should continue hisadVripement fort*
good ofsttr.ngers, as it is well known peoplearenxtremel
shy in speaking ol cases of a delicate nature,'wen whore
R physicians pre-eminensly successful. 4 4
fN .pursuaYce of an order ofthe Surrogate ofth6 County
Sfew York, Notice is hereby girin to all person
Shaving claims against Aklxander Sydleman, late of Pres.
ton, Ccnneeticut, deceased, to present the same with he
vouchers thereof to tVe subscriber, at the office of WM
M. Peck, No.60 South street.I, the City of New York, on
or cetoite the 2-ith day of September next
Dated New York, the 18th day ofMarma' a39.
mhl9 law6 : Admiistra ,.

T a -8L rogate's Court, held at the City Hall of the
.A City of New York, on the fifth day of.March, one
thousand eight hundred and thirty nine.
.'Befcre James Campbell, Surrogate of the County of-
New York.
In the matter of the application of John A. Manning,
Administrator, &c. for the sal of the real estate of Phineas
Manning, deceased.
VWhereas on the petition and application of John Angus
Manning, Administrator of all the goods, ehattels, and
credits wh:ch were of Phineas Mannig,kdeceased, it hath
appeared that all the personal property of the said deceas
ed. applicable to the payment of his debts, has been ap-
plied to that purpose, and that there yet remain debts un -
paid. It is therefore ordered that all persons interested in
the estate ot the said Phineas Manning, deceased, be di-
rected to appear before the said surrogate, at his ofiee in
the City of New York, on the llteenth day of May, one
thousand eight hundred and thirty nine, at twelve o'clock
at noon, to show cause why authority should not'be grant.
ed to said administrator to moitgare, lease or sell so
much oftheteal estate ofsaid Plaieas Manning, deceased,
as shall be necessary to pay his debts. ap4 law4w
BJY order'of Daniel P. lngraham,, Associate Judged
the Court of Common aPleas, for the city and count$
of New I ork, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the pro
visions of the statute authorizing attachnrts against non
resident debtors, that an attachment haa listed against the
estate of Joseph W. Walker, a non-resident of the State
of New York, and that the same will be sold for the pay.
meant of his debts, unless he appear and discharge such
attachment, according to law, within nine months rort
tie first publication ofthisinotlce; and that the payment or
any debts due to him by residents of th State, and thb
delivery to him or for his use, of any property within this
State belonging to him, and the transfer of any such pro.
perty by him, are fo, bidden by law, and are void. Dated
the 8th day ofApril, 1839
SMITH -B eRKEIR, Attorney for Attaching Creditor.;
ap8s Iaw 9m
A T a Court of Chanlcery, hold lor the State of New
York at the city of New York, on the 8th day of
April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and thity
nine. "
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
first Circuit.
James G. King, vs. Harriet B Alvord, Henry B. Al
vord, Bunning Alvord, Mary Z Bunning, Dolly Alverd,
and Baraillai Alvoid, imp'd with al.
It appearing to the satisfaction of this Court that some
of the above-named defendants reside out of the State of
New IoK, but within the United States,-and tit others
of the said defendants reside within the State of New
York, but whose names and places of residence cannot
be discovered'by reason ot their concealment Within this
State., and, on motion of J. Blunt, of counsel for the
complainant, it Is ordered, that these ol'the abryve.named
defendants who reside out of the State of New York,
cause their respective appearances to be entered, and rotice
thereof served upon the solicitor for the complainant
within four months from the date of this order, and in
case oftbeir appearance that they respectively cause their
answer to be put in to the bill of complaint fild In this
cause, and a copy thereof to be served upon the Solicitor
for the complainant, within forty days after service of a
copy of said bill, and in defauliteieofthatthesamemaybe
taken or confessed againstthemt. Andon likemotion itis
farther ordered,that tnoe ofthe said defendants wio reside
within this State, cause their appearance to be entered, and
notice thereof served uponthe Solicitor for the complain-
ant within three months from the date of this order, ard
that in case of their appearance that they cause their an.
swer to be filed to the said bill of complaint; and a copy
served upon the Solicitor tor the complainant within forty
days after service of a copy of the said bill and notice of
this order, or that the same be taken as confessed against
them. And it is farther ordered that within twenty days
the said nmplkinant cause a copyofthis order to be pub.
lshed in the @rate paper at d also in a paper published In
the city of New York, styled the New York American and
that the said publication be continued at least onc' In
each week in each of the eaid papers for eight weeks Ie
succession, or that he, cause a copy of this order to W
served personally on the eaid defeadants, according to
law, at least twenty days before the time specified for their
appearance. (Copy) JOHN WALW 0TH,
ap91aw8w 4 Clerk,-
A 'T a Court of Chancery held torthe State of New
k York at the city of New York, on the first day of
April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine.
Present .- William T. McCoun, Vice Catacdlor of the
first circuit.
Daniel Russell, vs. Christopher Keyes, William .
Laune, and others. ames Maurice, Jr. Solicltjr.-
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court
that William H. Laune- one of the defendants in the
above entitled suit, resides out ofthis State, and kthin the
United States, to wit, in the District of Cotigo ; oi mn-
mon of William H. Bulklcy, Esquire, of counsel for thie
complaInant, it is ordered that the said William H
Laues, cause his appearance to be entered, and notice
thercot to served on the complainant's solicitor within four
months from the date of this order.;, and inase of tis ap-
pearance, that he cause his answer to the coiplainaitis
bill to be fli and a copy thereof to be served on ih con-
plainant's solicitor within fory days after sevi of a u.
py of said bill; and in default thereof sai bill of complaint
Smay be taken as confessed ty him.
And it is further ordered that the Raid complainant
within twenty days, cause this Order to be pubblhed in
the State paper and in the newspaper printed in thi city of
New York, called the New York Americaa," and that
the said publication be continued Ft least once in each
week for eight weeks In succession, or that he cause' a
copy of-this order to be personally, served upon the said
William H Laune at least twenty days before the time
prescribed for his appearance. Copy,
apll law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Court of C'ancery, held for the State of New
"A York, at the City of New York, on the first day of
April, one thousand eighthundred and thirty-nine-
Present-William T MeCoun, Vice Chancel.or of the
First Circilc.
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?^ 1,0.WOuiD,a~tatioaerB, trialter. ~tnogiroaa
and Blank. Book Manuacturers, No,. 1 Wall s
VMurniss' Buildings) next floor below ti- Mecbanics
tank, N.Y.
STrTI1ONBRY -Thevarleusarticles of atioe
aIBLANK BOOKS -A general assortmentof Blank Ac1
jount Boe isoonstgntly for sale, or uaaufactureaofanpei;
,rior paper, ruled to any pattern, aud bound in theater
avid most durable manner, atshort notice
RULING AND BINDNG executed witlbiioe. $d
WRITING PAPERS, fro"' tsdifiprremanwatcgjs,
s. various qualities. Also, Caridge, opyme. Traelmg,
..d Wrapping Papers. -
LI'THOGRAPHY.-T. f& G W. having purchased D.
61. Johnson's Lithographic Plates, Press Inc. rp now ta-
nated to furnish Notes, Drafts, Bills of Jxchangekillsof
..%dh_ Labels, &c.at short notice
A ge.aral Pasertment of aW, Custom-house, and Mer-
inmile D.anks, cotssantly band alM so i.
ted States, and Pocket Mlapsof each state; WrItingDe'k
and Travelling Cases, Pocket Books,-Wallets,Pepcilv
*s, Penknives qttills, SteelPens, f.c. &c
L-rT. & C W. are now prepared to execute or4as
Printing. Bitring, Rulling, 6rLrboUripfay, with theit
most npatnessanddesoatct3 M:
GOUOD MKDIviiN t3 atpefprmbwtatit proai&e.
to, iaa publi. beneolactor. Such.the
has proved itself lo be, by having been sucesbfly tried
iriu all parts of the country.t Many thousand ofi iac
might be obtained of its values and eliciaicyif the pro-
prietors were disposed t oollect them, in corroboration of
which they w!ll simply give an extract of t leter-laely
received from their agents, Messrs. Masters & Co. ol Por-.
land, Me., where coughs, colds, and pulmonaryagections
prevail as much as any where; and where as great a vs-
riety of reismedles have been offered. They say, We
have universally recommended your Cough Syrup as:4a
perior to any Other cough preparation we knoW of, asd
we are happy in being able 1o do so from the numerous
and unanimous testtinonia in Its favor irom all to whoa
we have sold it. We believe your syrup will eventually
lead all others in ths efficacy." The proprietor* would
add that what gentlemen say is corroborated by more than
one hundred agents in .different parts of the country, knd
theytherefore confidently recommend it to-the public as a
highly valuable family medieiBv, as oa trial it will be
found not only the most efficacious, Ibuttbe most peapant
and agreeable remedy to be-met with. Tejy will guarantee
this much by offerig" ft gkatl., Or-to refund the pty i
every case whebduelef-tnorbtaed. '
Sold wholesale by thL proprjetrs ,~
GODDARD M BUTLER;8.0p1djtrt=,
Andatretail by Rushton & AsplIwallt 110 Broadway
10 Astor House. M., C.Sltmi 808 Broadway, carve o
Duane street, Souillard tDelluc, 68 hroaday;an4aiPbrk
Row, John B. Todd, 643 Broadway, corner ofBter-
street, and 771 Broadway, comier street, GoorgeW
aEmb'ry, 77 Easet Broadway, rorforbarketunet. 0
Clay, colr of Vurlk and Fraok1i streets J.'Ln -chles
lin, corner of Canal and Laureas tre-ts. -_, .
,aFor sale aleo as above. -
This article' is confideatly recemmendi foi he
stant use of all who wish to prei ve a sound set of UNO*
with healthy gums and swevlbreith. Toshuw ihe setia
ion it- which It Is held bynW faculty, reoinmendagons
hals. beeresoved f th ll. n e
each 1ottl to wjts-
*Dr K eezer l'armelylDentist, ark Place, N *
7eo Clay, Dentist, Bast -roafday, N Y -T' -
IN Dedge, Dantist, aaal t,Y
J Parmley, Detist. Augusta, Geo
T W Parsons, M b, rgoDentistBo aine
E A Davenport, M D, Boston
S A hutrtleg, MD ".D-d
JnoRandall,M D do
W Channing, M D do
S M Weeks, M D. Tuscaloosa, Ala
5J HI Harris, M D, Nashville, Tern4
S I Leggett, M D, Surgeon Dentist, ZaneAir,, tUAS
IN Peabody, M D, do .
LiiWln'Pa'rsons-v,AXD, "do -ir4~
WKBrown, XD, do o -
F J Higginson, M D, Cambridge1 Mase
JDudley Smith, M D, Lewe', Mae m. .
11N. a.-As some people's teeth require an occasional a
w. n'wder for cleaning them, the Compound Otris tbth
Powder is highly recommended in -all t- caes, antdI
for sale with the above.
LE MALELu yELlNESS-uruob a-Naur
doubtless originally intended the appearance of la.
ties to be in accordance with their sex: Ifhowfiequent.
ly and with what unpleasant errsations dS we Ie ladiss
otherwise beautiful, completely unsexed bythat unseemly
dsalfigurment. a supertuousgroth of hair -pip" faceor
,neck. Alkinson's Depilatory has'prsyed ztaefa thou.
sands of instances that have come under the -servaion
of the proprietor to be a positive sae and easyremedy
f r this unfortunate ailodon; no cosmetic 4s-avr been
hailed with the uoivers*l saisfacmionithaiahs-atmpani
ed the introduction of this invaluable epran..e
,ingle application ofwh'chwill in a few m)ste. rel
remove t0e hair, leaving tie 3Win soefle.Iawhemd
much improved In its appearances t e l mld and harm
-le1ss its nature thatim can be od upon ariiirntwqhout
the least deleterioues effect -eonecqengo ofthe Cean.
el demand for tWe articl,-tie proprietor has appointed
Mbessrs. G 01 IN'8, 18tA roadway,#?w York.Gneril
Agents for -the Depilatpy and. Malu(-*a" Tukish Dye
Country Dealers supped by thesis ontbe'Utreasoiable
terms. Prie $2 per ,..tle, I -- Mb
FAN I G FANCY T ?Pilt-Saaples of the mom
lit beautifully -l d Week and otiV#.kt6 Vapor
received from P -j d and
h*U! 189 Broadway,
ap5 i. 'P teo
j EI AL D"iit Gis Jtohannow ast
G the late Washinraph, is referred-to for
the truth of the lollo-wjg -- *
G.theraLGreen afe ow a
-1 .. .74 YL
place, that e had used H -a
that the effee[ was very astonishing jwefelttis
duty to make known astfr as in spb fssu~reSS
fellow men that such aOxtra iABltya htb4S 'in.
istence. He said he would qboeull endh
,aid in extending its usefui.kess. T is lqbuhmono w ms
safely sayiunareu who have gioetdstn7
Cataution.- one can "e geftuie wthoutaib en
graved wrapper, ard tisletAaeof C Co
Sold by most respectable Drugghts in the Uisiesal
Agency for wholesale.and ian at No.2 filetche nar
Pearl, at the store of" OM8TOCK In CO.
Wonderful 1-AniAstonishlng Fat -aT' t
has ,now been used in 4me thusaad cas, an a a rs
can be found. It will'orre every ad al ase
No charge without such Aplv
N W-. BlDTLVN:-'iehrszn a~-aht
suited to dvariou~st eercises fthea i~njnL7,ada
exhortation to ejaculalor-y Pryr ihfn. fe~c
latory and other prayers. Thfitsdonwt
Just pub~lehed and ffsaeb y
p 5. Bradway;

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