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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 29, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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 Related Items
Related Items: New-York American, for the country
Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
Succeeded by: Morning courier and New-York enquirer

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VOL. XXI. NO.7280.


MNUATCi' iVENG,4 APRIL 29, 1839.


NEW-YORK AMERICAN
PUBLISHED :FORTHE PROPRIETOR, BY
I WA"SON'VAN ENTwi U IYSEN.
rERMS-Dady Paper, $10 per annum, payable seti-
annuallv-
-41. *eelly Tuesday and Friday, $4, payable alw a
ladivance,
Tri. Weekly, Tuesday, Thursday andl Saturday, at $5,
payable alwaya in adlvaice.
Term foradverietng in Daily Paper.
H'iLF SQUARE, DAILY-8 lines or lenes-FIrstInser
aun,.50 cents; second and third inseruons, each 2
enmanud -! cenitstor every subsequent n3ertion.
itUARIE, ILV-Y-16 lhies. or over s and less than 16-
rpt laser. 75 cent,; ascond and third inhertions,
a- 5 gceri ind 1S3centofor every subsequent inner
&DVERTISEMENTS k-pt on theinuide are charged an
additional price.
A&Dv rTISEMEIENTS, upou whichthe numberorltimen
laorinertion I; NOT MARKED, will be inserted and
chsuaged until ordered out.
TgA-LYyADVLE TISERS, paper included, $40-with-
Sout thbe paper, $32perannum& not, however, for a less
period than six mouths.


INSURANCIV.
THE HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANY,
rN Office 54 Wall street.
EW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-This Com-
a- --fa,.cemlxesto make insurance agAinst loss and dmage
iy ira, and the hazards of inland naligilon."
DIRECTORS.
R. Havens, freeldent, B. L. Woolley,
I% sab Taylor, Micah Baldwin,
Cornellua W. Lawrencet, Joseph Otds
J Philips Phemnx, TFanning C. T'ucks
JXliMorrison, Meig D. Benjamlh.
S feseph B. Varnum, LJohn Rankin,
'Dlwd Lee, .Juhn D. Wolfe,
Caleb 0. Ualated, Nathaniel Weood,
S W t Vla, .Todd, 3 Ferdlntad Suydam,
William Couch.
2"-5 LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
.&w-VuUA LAFA INSUKALLh. a Ti'll'STC'u.
I: 'Monthly Repotp.-Since the last Arepo 20 personDs
have beq insured:-
Of whom7 arersidents ofthicity ofNew-York.
.,. i! areresidentsoutofthecityoi 'Now-York.
4 are Merchants
2 are Clergymen
Share Teachers!.
"1&2 a.re other pursuits.


C (01theo'ethe arei ninure4or I year ana over 15
thereareinsurrdfor7 years "
Lthetre are arinsured for life,

S9r tees a sreatausuredforS,OOOaL000 Iunder 2
l thereareinsuredfor $5,000 and under 14
'i..threare insured fQr $10,000 and under 4
;20
; K$ .A. A-ICOL.L.Secretary.
IMHiR UNITED STATES FIRK INSURANCE
'"- COMPLNY have removed their office to Wall
reet; where applications for Insurance againdit Loa or
, ddoage by Ire will receive Vprompt attention.
SDIRECTOaS.
Johm L. DOuwns Ebenezer Caultdwell
John It Wilits Morn. Ketchum
S9lap Hicir.' Joshua S. Underhil!
Roh'M.tt. Vorneti Charles T.Gromwei)?i
James Barker Cornelius W Lawrence
f.c ainu Ourlle .- athaniel Lord
Lar.lev Murray Charles Kneslandt
Hern' W.Lawrence Edward A. Wright
splBaWVan Wyck 0ea.mn Clark
[Istsac Frost Robert B. MiButur
RobterLDWbak James Loveut -
John Wood William Bradfordli
Tukia .W J4ili4l Thomas W. Pearelt
Benjabuin Strong Si'as Wood
QBWage Husey George D.Post'
ullS F. 'ar>peBe, D. BenjiI A. Moot
J5mami.TltUaa Joseph L.rarame.
Roboet H. Bowne.
1i. L. BOWNE, President.
Jas kCWiLKmi.Sscrstary (o21:
NEW YORKtGUARDIAN INSURANCE COMPANY
fIt' Office No. 8 Wall stteet.
SHIE'Company insnies against loss or damage by
lrt..Dwedling oses, Waret henoaes, and ether beddings.;,
IMerchandi c, Snips in port and their Cargoea, Heudehold
"^ILMfe rRS O**s f ipet
,$tR~ttaI., anj vec7. deseipuon of personal ppert .
" Ibfji s@a0mied by them Will oo adjusted wanL rbe-_
talky Nr. *-',I. e""ittld -.
'4--t-a, ; wSKIRE -T KAORB .a
*""* i .' -",. Wit Hel Ccs -l "
.. riathen. OardnerG. Howlaad
Rpbert Makiand Robert Dyson
I h nSt Joha Van Nostiand
e :nety' .nvBrevort, Jr.
*' fMarih Pranucis Burnitt.
a JOSEPH G NLEAF, secretary
*New York, February 22, 1839.
& M4i 4 hJIoly INSUIlAis CI- A; Xa'kLUST uU
l 9. arsPn may effectinsurance',withthis companion
hesrwn 1 lives, ortho lives of others, and either for the
*b.JduwjiiWon fei ot for a limited period. The pay
3eosmof.pxomimttnm*ybe either made annua-ly oriu 6
Toes sum.,
',lmiumnr onone h indred dollars:

W>0'- ~- P -:
1 14 72 86 153 38 14S t 70 301
S116 77 I156 39 157 176311
16 84 901 62 40 169 183 3 20
.17 86 911 65 411 78 18 381
'. 18 0 92 8169 42 1 861 8 3 40
S19 90 D4 73 43 1 89 1923 51
20 Q 95 177 44 190 194363
21 92 97 1 82 45 1911 96 3 73
22 94 99 188 46 192 198 3 87
2 .Q7 i03i 93 47 193 199 4 01
24 99 107 198 48 194 024 17
261 CO 112 2 04 49 195 2 04 449
2 6107 117 2 11 50 196 09 4 60
17 112 1 2 17 61 1 97 220 475
281 201 2a 224 5 2' 02 2837 4 90
2 91281 F 31 53 2 10 259524.
S 301 811 2 36 54 2 182895-49
311 32 1 243- 65 232 3 21 5 78
2 1831 6 250 56 247 3 56 & 05
s 1341 b 2 57 57 270 4206 27
3. 4 6 1 264 68 8 14 4 31 6 50
S4 1s861 o3 275 9 3867 4 63 6 75
3 3819 51 381. 604. 4 91 7 00
7 1431 6:290 4 J
Money will be received in deposit by the Compary and
weM -i trust, upon which interest will be alloweJ as fol-
L _n sms.R over $100, irredeemable for 1 year, 4j per ct
A!, do 100, do 6mos. 4 .
.do do 10, do. 2 "
S TRUSTEES.
Wut. Bar I James Kent
2 oemnat W ludlow Nathaniel Prime I
Win. B. JL,. -enco Nicholas Devereux
enj. -'eov Gulian C. Verplanclk
or HarmuPy Henry Brevoort; jr.
it n GCoster James McBride%
r omas Suff.a. Ichn Rathbone, Jvi
oin iMr F. Stuyvesant
t i,,ue1b moi. r homas J. Oakls
Beoamin L Swan Stephen Whitney
Siehbn Warrcr-. i John Jacob Aetor.?
obert Ray Goardner G. Howlapd
o JSohnson Corn.W. Lawrence
Jonathan Goodhis
WM. BARD,Prasil


K A. NICOLL,Secretary. -
- t'nhuey Atkins, -hysiriar, to the Company. f
L INKS, TEAS & ROOCERIES.-The subscriber'
W s on-band and offers for sale a large and choice
assortment ot family Wines, Teas and Groceries, selected
tromAhe t soqtrces with great care, and offered for sale
at lafr prce Among them are Imperial, Gunpowder,.
Myson, Young Hyson, and other green Teas ; Pecco, Eu-
lv^ngoubtiormg a-d Souchong. in s-mall packages, and o.
Ane quality; Madeira ; Brown, Gold and Pale Sherry
Ygt- bottlUJ, in demijohnt, ii wood aad ot i draught
Brdeaux wines, a large assortment; Rhenish and Moe
il do; .Crampagine, various bands, with a geVeral
aUTsaImat fothera. Co.ieeandSv Burof all kinds; Eng.
limb, Swvss, ,Lnd American Cheese ; Virginia and superior
New York Hams ; Dutch and Scotch Herringse; Pickled
Falmon ; Salad and Sperm Oils I Patent and Sperm Can.
dilesV oco*, and Cocoa Paste, Chocolate-; FjAench and
English Mustard ; English Pickles in jars ; Catsups
AnchovyPaste ; Pate au diable. A great variety of Li.
.--.... ,ad oIalia Cigars. and other articles


S JAVIS, BROOKS k CO., 19 and 21 Broad at. offer
sA f ale, on favorable terms-
IRON-.30utons Bngaish Bar Iron, assorted, flat, round
square
200 ions Swedes Iron, common and extra sizes
160 do old and new Sable Iron
1600 bundles English Sheetlron.assorted, Nov. 12
to 27
1200 packs aIt quality, Russia Sheet Iron
661 tons Kailroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pig Jrin, ofapprovedstdmps
60 do Boiler Place, English and American
TIN PLATES-3000ooo boxes Tin Plates, most provedd
brands, X and extra sizes
41000 ingots Banca Tin
CHAIN CABLES-50 tons of Griffith & Lewisl' proved
patent Chain Cahles,asaoried, inch to Ij inch,
with full sulpliea ofaDparatus
BRASS KETTLLES-30casks, assorted, from I to 16 o
best German make
NA I LS-loo000 casks assorted, Wareham niatiulacture.
HRMP-100 inns clean Russia? Hemp; also, 60tons East
India Jute Hem
CORDAG --luoo coils lt and 2d quality Russia Cordage
assorted, 1to 6 inch-entitled to deuenture.
DUCK, &c.-1800 ps. .ght and heavy Ravens-200 ps.
Russia Sheetings.
BAGGING-5ti rolls ; also. 6M00 coils bale Raope.
FLAX-100 bales water roened Flax.
WINES-Malaga, dry arid sweet, and Muscat Wine in
qr. casks and bbls.; also. Sherry, Port, Madeira,
and Claret, ina wood and bottles ; also, LoOO bkts
Champagne Wines. "Ruinart' and other brands
CALCUTTA GOODS
70 cases Per.gal I ndigo, entitled tr- deb
2,Obales green and lry salted Buffalo ildes
20 do Caawnpore and MidraA Goat Siins
2o00 bags SaltpeuLe, letand 2d qualny
2000 bags Race Ginger
300 bales Jut, 200 bales Munjeet
Sw do large, medium and smallGunny Bags
b*, do Gunny Cloth, 42 Inches wide
o30 do Safflower; 30 bates Senna
&W0 cases arnet, liver and orange Shellac
100 do Lac Dye
10 do GumTreeacanth
10 bales Coir Mblai
2ocares cuntaining 50 carboys Castor Oil
CANTON GOODS.
150 ro!s4.4 white floor Matting
2000 boxes Fire Crackers
10 cases as.la u Oil
1000 mats Caseia, 67 Ibs each
TJCAS-10O,000 pkga. green and blacklt ITea, consisting o
Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson Soucbhong
and Hyson Skin,in 6& 131 b. boxes, 24lb. cases
chests and half chests.
SILKS & SHAWLS-90 cases Choppa Romals, rge,
medium, and small size-20 cases large Ind
small Bandannas; ulso, 80 cases black Sarsne's,
Syrncliews, Lcvarnines, Lustrings and Satins -
white and crimson Pongee Hdkfs.,Sucha,. Pon.
geas aud black Hdkfs ; also, 10 cases Canton
Cra17 Shawls, 3 Caslihere do
RIO COVFFE-500 bags it quality of new crop Ri
Coffee.
ALSO- 6 chests Turzey Opium, put up for the London
market.
50 balcs Brazil Tinecac. mbI2


50 bales Brazil lnw~ac. mhl2
.A AVANA aEGAtR--26u,0oO Havana Segars. re
.i ceived tar the )romo, irom Havana, ai, invoice of
Segars, made fum old and eelccted Tobacco, of the follow.
ing brands ;
100,,'0 Nornga's, in half, qr and tenih boxes
150,000 Doe Companeros dodoo do
25,0i0 Trabucos in do eo do
10,000 Government Regalias, of exquisite tobacco, w
welt as make, fbr sale by
ap9 A. BININGER & CO. 141 Broadway.
"l (WLAM, D & AF8INWAAJL oat;a (ortaleat Lo
IL-and 55 South street
rugar-200 boxes A Boston Refined Loaf Sugar, 100 bbls
*.,cruxhedv.do do ;80 do Puerto Rico do
W'r- -A ful assortmentof pale and brown Sherry; also,
old Madeira, in butts, hhds and qr. caskst 100 qr
casks San Lucar ; 100 Indian bis do; 4 pjpes prime
oldiPort Wine ; 50 Indian bls sweet Malaga; 100 do
do Muscat ; 190 qr caesla Calabria Port. .
Dye Wood-.-16 tons bright Lima Wood ; 400do do, Cam-
S-peachy Logwood.
Hemp-1W0 bales Sisal Hemp.
Spongee-50 bales',myrra Sponges.
3Strawm--4 cases Cut Straw.
Cassia-150 cases Cassia, in halfpicul cases.
Weoiol-l0 bales assorted Barbary ; 100 do do.Grecian
S9-do do Bengaza.
Tobacco-1519 bates prime Cuba Leaf Tobacco.
ipMeEato-100 bags Pimento. :
Cord4age-90 coils assorted Bok Rope. ..
Mattilng-156" plecre 4-4 arid 6-1 Ca:.,on Matting.
'YaraAolbo.- 40 cases, 1 dozen bottles each
Fur Seal Skin-3000, as"Ired Cl&pmatches :and Bulls,
"r.h. ,
Frwiu-1060 bexes fresh Messina Lemon,.
Iags-40 bales MesainaItaes.
Pif.4Eu-4^WWBa No. 1 IAericanJ'lg Iron; -S do *Wo. 2
do do do; toU do No.1 Britsh 'do do.
Tin P lates-10OcaMes assorted Tin Plates.
Fenezio Sewing bilk-A small invoice juatzeceived,jred
blue and black letter Sewing Silk.
Stone Blue-2 cases Stone Blue.
Copper-I? pigs Mexican Copper. jel4
SP. DE LUZX & VOLZ, No 34 deavar street, o
14* faerfor sale-
WINES & LIQ.UORS-20 pjires Holland Gin, Black
H. rse brand, a superior article, of Messieurs Wm
Paule's t&Son, of Rotterdam
30 casks Bordeaux Whire Wine
400 baskets Campagns, Sil'ery Mousscix
50 do do Oil de Perdrix
100 do do St Perey
300 cases Chambertin
60 do Bordeaux Claret
20 do Kirshenwasser
60. do Mareschino
10 barrels white wine Vinegar
ALSO,
20 cases I inen Cambric and Linen Cambric Hdkfs
6 bales Dutch Camblets
4 cases Meirinos
2 cases Taffeta Ribbons
3 cases Gros de Naplee
ALSO,
15 barrels Paris Green
8 casks Sulphate of Soda, proper for lass manu-
facturers
3 cases Sponges
3 cases Pistols
And an assortment of Gold and Silver Watches and
Musical Boxes ap20
G RINNELL MINTURN k CO.. 134 Front street
have for sale-
200Ccases English Sheathing Copper, assorted sizes
from 14 to 32oz,
350 English Hoes; 30 bales Mobile Cotton
2 cases Tortoise Shell
100 bales Calcutta Hides; 60 cases Manillia Indigo
100 casks Gum Senegal
100 casks Ominbr-) Madder
600 bags Crud- Ginger; 2000 bags Saltpetre
140 bales Jute: 500 do Manilla hemp
230 cases Grass Cloths
200 cases China Silks, comprising an assortment o
Black and white Goods, Sewings,&c.
[75 qr. casks Lieoon White Wine; 180 bags Sago
0,000 bushels German red Wheat
0j t00 ble Danish Flour, entitled to debenture
0 bales Printing Cloths
30 oales4 4 brown Shirtings- 10 cases PrintedSatinet;
1100 Australian Sheep Skins :
12400 gallons Teal Seed Oil; 300 boxes Sperm Candles
S1000OO bis Whale Oil; 10,000 lbs. Wnalebone
S10,000 gallons Winter and Fall Oil
TEAS-Young Hyson and Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; Gunpowder and Imperial, in half chests, cases
and boxes,balanceex ship Oneida. je25
U IHOWIC AND RARE WINJE.-The subscribers
Offer for sale the following old and superior Wines,
most of which were imported by them direct, and from the
firstscurces :
25 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, halfpipes
and quarter casks
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and was
selected from the most celebrated estates.
500 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30 years
old, part imported direct, and part via India. Also, Malm;
sey,Sercial and Tina.
The nnest Pale, Gold and Brown SherryWines in casks,
demijohns and bottles.
French Wines-Chateau, Margaux, of 1827 and l8I
Chateau Lafitte, Leoville, Palmer, Margaux and ._St.
Julien.
500 baskets De gremont Champaigne
-50 cases Sparkling Hock.
200 cases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage.
50 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order
Port Wine. vtciy rare, in cask and in bottle.
Hock Wines-Metteuernich, Johannesberger, Hockheim|
er, Rudeshelnirer, and Leisten.
L P Teneriffe. Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for salebyl
nl0 A. BININGER & CO, 141 Broadway.


bu tK. COLLINS & CO., 56bouth street, owner for sale
AU19 thbefollowin. articles :
150 hhds N 0 Sugar
200 bales Bridporg sail and seine Twines, composing
the following numbers, 36, 30, 24,18, 16, 15, 14
1, 12, 11, 10, 9,8, 7,6,5,jlb
90 Gill Nets
100 bolts English Duck, assorted numbers
20 bales patent Sheathing Paper, suitable for roofs
of houses and bottoms of ships, a new article.
mnl6
S .G OGERM & CO. b6 Wall.street,,offerlfor sale-
6 00 hhde Tobacco
800 bales do
6W hhds Stem do
250 131b boxes Imperial Tea
8 cases Pearl Buttons
62 cases German Beads
29 t.i ,4e I Sandera (Wood ff om Calcu'ta.
E BRIMONT-Per Silvie de Grasse, received ahd
now landing, an invoice of the above favorite brand
of sparkling Sillery, consisting of
SCO baskets white Sillery Mousseux
60 do do do do pint bottles
50 do @oil de Perdrix
Imported and for sale by A. BININGER & CO
Jag 141 Broadway.
flEAS-200 chests Hyson Skin
T 200 chests Hyson
600 boxes do
260 chests Souchong
150 half chests do
100i half chests Orange Pecco
260 boxes do do. For sale by
ap22 CARY &S CO. 90 Pine st.
WT IN ES, &c. 600 W ozen Ma aj of various branp
and vintages, from 7 to f0 ye^' td.
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do do do do
100 do Port, ofsuperior quality.
500cases Claret, including Chateau Margaux, talme.
Margaux, La Fitte, St..Julien, LaTolxr, &o.j&kc
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac. &c
00 do Vinde Graves
o100 do Burgundy, Romance, Conti, ihamnbsrtl. Ikt
103 do hermitage, red and ,ite.
100 d'- Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
00 (-o Champagne,Clicquot and other favoritebiando
100 do 'Ihenish, Hockhelmer, Johannesberger, Rundes,.
aeimer,Marcobrunner,Liebfraumilch. &c. Mo
selle.,
100 do Canary, 0mitantia Muecat,Cyprus,Sweetano-
Dry Lisbcn, Malaga, St. Lucar, &c.
Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Du Puy k Co. ano
Seignette; ohd Mountain Dew and Iiish Whiskey ; reach
anidWhite Brandy;3 East India Arrack ; Shrub; Metheg-
in ; Old Jamaica Rum : Old Gin, and a complete assort-
ment of Cordials and Liquors, say MartQnique, Cote St.
Andre, Cut acoa, Maraschino, Rosollo. &c.
The most of the above forsale or. draft as well asi n bot
l0.bv BUNKER & CO.. 13 Malden Lane. ml
OkULEAUX WINES,trom Barton & Guestier.
Table Claret-Vin Ordina e, in hhds
St. Julien-Vintage 1827, incases. I doz. each
Batailley-Do. 1827, do do
Chateau Bevchville-do 1827. do (tdo


S1 H. RUSSELL & CO 33 Pine st. have receive
1111 by late arrivals, and.offer for sale tie following
spring goods:
Nich Dark Chintz Prints
Rich light fancy oo
BIjck and white do
Black and white and fancy plir.tediMuslins
Mouselline de Lainme
Puinted Quiltings and Welts
Scotch seersucker and checked Ginghams
Pink Chamnibrays
Aladass. Vetona and Turkey red Hdkfs
Fancy Cotton Diiilings
Fancy and plain Lih.en Driilings
Astrachan and summer Clths
Mixed Ermineis
Worsted Tr.-wscrs Stull, v3iijio's kinds
lac.orlet. Laisluk, r hacked and CambricMuslirns
German Coton Hojery
Furniture Dimity
AlarseillesQuilts, 94 o !24
Doule Geiia Lords, %7 inch
Moleskins and Reavert,.en-
White and Drab Sacteens
Brocha black aind fary .-hawls
7 4 a 84 Scotch laranai do
Kilmarnock Bonnets
Umbrellas, 23 and 31) inch'
Valencia Vestings, lighl. and lark
Fancy woollen Csaiiurers
Black do
WVool dyed black and green Cloths
Fine and superfine astsoted coloured Cloths
Flushings, assorted colors
Pilot Cloths
Red Paudings, 3 4 a6 4
Blankets, various kinds
Canvass Paddings
Cotton Bagginer. e
' SOUTHERN AND WE-areRN MIRCHAN'p
l r-l'he Subscribers offer for sale, In lIts to suit pur
chasers, and on favorable terms, a large tasoument 0
Wines, viz:
Madeira, in butts, pipes, hhbJs, qr casks and barrels
Do in cases of one dozen each, part very old a d
P choice
Sherry, pale, brown and gold, ir vaiious packages
Do do do do doinglaass
Port in pipes, hlida and qr casks
Do in cases of one dozen, bottled at Oporto
St Lucar Wine, Teaeriffe and Canary
Marseilles Madeira, sweet and dry Malaga
Muscat, in qr casks, barrels and boxes
Pico Madeira, Sicily do. Vina JeGrave
Sauterne, French Port, red and white Hermitage
White and red Lisbon. Bucellasm(o
Mlaraschino, Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials
Spal kling Champaigne, of various brands, qts and pie
Hock Wine, do do Sparkling
Bordeaux and Marseilles Ciaret, in'wood andglass
&kc. &c.
ALSO,
London Porter and BLowa Stout, qta and pts
Burton, Scotch and Eingli-h Pale Ale, dodo
Havana and Prin-.ipe Segars, ul various brands
Wine, Porter and Claret Bottles, Corks do
Foreign andti domestic Demijohns, differentsizes
Souchong and other Teas
Loaifand Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels
S Croix do In barrels
Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves
blarseilles and Bordeaux Salad Oil
tld Java and Laguyra Coffee
Bu?'ch Raisins, Almonds, Sperm Candles, different sie.
English Mustard, in whole, half and qr boxes
Olives, Capers, Sardines, &c. Ikc.
GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad at
Orders from other places will receive attention, and for
wardp 0to any par of the ":-,iteoI States. -fell
SJQUEUKS, &c,-Martinique, Noyeau, Rose, Par.
A fail Amour, Caanell, &c.
Dutch-Curaucao, Anisette and GoldWater, fpom the fac
story of Fokink
Itlian-f Iaraschino, and Pallesi's celebrated Cordials,
consisting of Cediato, Assernzio, Persico, Caffe de Moka,
vainiglia, Rose, &c.
French-Paria and Bordeaux, In great variety and ele.
gantly put up
Danish-Copenhagen Cherry and Raspberry
Prussian-Eau d' Or de Dantzig
Batavia Arrack, Peah Brandy, Scotch and Irish Whlis-.
key,cold [Rum and Brandy
,, Truffles,Olives and Capars, Strasbourg Pates, Sardines,
London Pickles, BranulyFiuits, &c.. .
The above are all genuine and imported by the subseri
bera from the original places of manufacture For sale by
d29 A. BININGER A CO. 141 Brqadw
a.PttLING iUfluS.-T-'ne subscribers offer for sale. the
tn fol!nwin goods, received per late -rrlvals.-
6 4 Cambric.andJaconetMuslius,
6 4 Tape and Satin Check do
Brocades and nwilsa MusA in
6 4 PriL ted Saxonieas
Mousaelain de Lamnes
Black and white Prints
Birdmeye and Table Diaper.
7 8 and 4 4 Irish Linens
4 4 a 10 4 Sheetings
8 4 and 4 4 Brown Hollands
Linen Dawlas and Duck
Brown and white Linen Drills
Pongee Hdkfs
Cottim, Hosie *y, &c. &c.
ta7 REYBURN & VANDERVOORT, 10 Old! i
i UGERS & CO. offer for sale-
0 tons clean Russia Hemp, 20 tons red.Sander.
4t0 rol!q 6-4 and 4-4 Canton MatUing,.plain
460 131b. boxes Imperial Tea
8 c.ses Ponees
8 cases Pearl Buttons
French Wines in casks and'boxes
Champagne Wine, sundry brands, fto


leeord and Reports.-A daily record of the deficien a Rrdve. Ca anhine, c y cyjdia, No. .112, containing
pires, Monthly Review. cies ol pupils in their several classes is kept by each teach hihi GI E ,iN'I'URN StCO. I of Lives of the most eminent ,tInglisri Poets, By
RoberBeerlstalklngW 'do
P7. Miss Marlingeau's Morals and Mnners. Quarterly whichh is weekly submitted by the principal to eacbhpu COUNTRY MiNS[ON HOUSE TO LET Robert Bell, Esq. WILEY &KPUTNAM,
Review. 'iJ ; and, at the expiration of fcur weeks, to the pa.-enti o OEM Oft LEASE. Possession given immediately, Iiporters, 161 Broadwa4y, N. Y; and 67
Poer-To an Infant Daughter College Chael uardians of each, in the lorm cl a report. 1J I -A commodious Mansion House, with out ap2$ Paterntoster Row, London
Thet Cathedraln TheI CompDauite ; Heaven C a Pocket Money.-Pupils have but little reasonable use l-B8houss, &c, situated on the east bank of (he -- I T Fnc
The CathProtedral The Complaint; Heaven and for pocket mone) They are supplied by the principal Huoson river, about three quarters of a mile above ?ORKe OF THOMAS CAi LYLE.-The French
Earth;Protet ion; Adiewith ail necessaries, and more than these serve only to the village of Cold Spring. There are about 30 Revolutioahiaryinvol. 8o.S 6d.s.
Sonnetts; Fall of Sennachaib; Charles Ii. lying create and nourish artificial tastes and wants,which have acres of ground,-a good kitchen Parden, and a bountiful scarce.
in state; Kenyon's Poems,.- .Criaical and Miscellaneous KEsays, In 2 vol.. 8v0.
i10 Nicholas Nitlebv, Nickleby Papers. an unfa'vorable bearing cu future character. They will, supply ol pure spring water. Those who wish to hire or Thi La Mifcelaf S ehur In 2 vol 8vo.
MJ11 NihoHn^l^as fT Nic~lba Monthl Pa s therefore, he allowed no money, but at the pleasure of the lease one of the most delightful residences in America, The Life of Schiller, vo.
v 11. Phlips i fe and Times of Bunyan, Monthly Re principal. This rule is imperative, arind, enforced, saves ex within some 65 miles of the city of New York, can do co Sartor Resartus, 12mo. For sale by
view. "a 2 1i M .C L A ,N .'0 r a w y
12. Jack he rd, by Miworth, Bentley's Miscellany. penese to the parent and character to the pupil. The Pur o'. very moderateterms, by making Rpplicationof ap26 3t is WM. A. COLMAN, No. 205 Broadway.
s2e akaes charge of ll by ysntededntorytheMuseeofatheGEORGE P. MORRIS, at the offie of the
Is sr tkeschare o ai mieys~terdedtbrthe se f te I, I h APLJT0N& CO. have just lmportod and otfer
1i. Statevan Prospects of the Jews, Quarterly Re. pupils, and distributes only on an order from the principal. inhmsOtf N.Y Milror, NoI Barclay at. j fCO have imported and offer
view AT ior~ sale, the following-
14, Civil Engineering in Amerca.byCapt.Hall, UnItel No accounts will in anycas bemade for the pupas,nor Fo SALE- e spacio3story House with Fabri Thesaurus, folio, fieopy, calf neat
Service Journal. will any expenditures be incui ed for them,further than the. the lot in fee on the west sile of the 5th Avenue, Acherley's Britannic Constitution, folij
Subscriptions received at six dollars a year. by Messrs amount af moneydep iited .)reire use."IN the first house ab.ve W Brevoort's large mar- General Dictionary, bstoricel bnd Critical, including
CARVILLS, 108 Broadway, and E. LITTELL & Ce., rWardrobes.-A directress is en.:: ,yed to take charge ofnl da. ihn. The lot is 25 by 100, w*tha court yard of the wholecf fBayle, with the corrections and add tons of
C 10iladeyphia. inLr the wardrote who devotes herself "clusively tothat duty. i5 feet, and Lhere is a lot adjoining the rear which can be Bernard Birch and Lockman, the articles relatin`g to
phTo save much trouble, every p, shbould have each ar obtained if wantedfors stable. Itwilibe sold opaccom_ orientalhistory, byGeotgeFaleboVol mis;Rusaafibe
1N MONTHLY NUMBERS, (No V just received per tile of his clothig distinctly matrwett With the iitials of modating terms. Possession thp first ofMav next. Apply copy. European and Americai Bookstore,
A the Gladiator.) his name, and possess a complete inventory of the whole, to J. GREEN PEAtSQN;, a p26 200 Broaows y.
THE HEADS OF THE PEOPLE; taken off by He should also have, as his own property, a set of iel14 29 Merchants' xcihange
Kenny IMeadows (Quizfizzz!) With Letterpreses de. brushes and combs, a" Bible", and a "Book of Oommon HOUSE TO LET IN BROOKLYN.Tbe spa- 4 ILKY & PUTNAM, Importers, &c. nave in the
sripti0ns Prayer.""1" **"...a.., .,"1.,.d"i oc HOUSE 'FrLT IN BROOKLYTN."Th sp- ^, P^U TNAM Imprter, &ctae th
sciiptions. Prayert. IIGladiator, and will be ready il 2 or 3 days, the
Among the the contributors] are thel following popular Examinations.-An examination is held every Friday cious ard elegant house -So. 60 Pierrepont street, ,following Pictorial Works-
Writers. of the divisions under the several Instructcrs, in rotation, S The house is 30 feet front andt nearly 45 feet in Part V. of Shakapeare, containing King Richard. I.
Laman Blanchard, Douglas Jerrold, and a general examination ot all the divisions at Ihe 'lose iN depth, and contatino. 14 nuhed rooms above the No 6 ot Heads of the People, c hrtaiing The Barmaid;
E Chatfield, S Lover, of each term. These examinations are opento the friends kitchen, bes ca bathing room, kitchen range; furnace, The Teetotaler; TheFactory Child;Thondutor.
Alfred Crowquill, Nimrod, and patrons of the Institution. dumb waiter, and every mo-ern convenience-rent $900. No 2 of Grece, by Word'isoth, wicth engravings on
R H Hortne, Leman Rede, Exhibitions --An exercise in composition and declamp, f or further particul r inquie of steel, and about 50 wood engravings.
Edward Howard, Cornelius Webbe, tion will conclude each of the semiannual examinations. apl7 2w DR. POST, No. 4 Leroy Place. Specimens of the aboye may 0ow be seen In the store.
Leigh Hunt, Charles Whitehead. # .Spparatus.-The Laharatory s furnished with appal TU LhT-lroin now till 1st May next, the WILEY & PUTNAM,
OBJECT OF THE WORK. ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the several dwelling part of a three story house, situate on i importers, 16i Broadway,
SIt is the purpose of the Proprietors to render the departments, and to exhibit practically the several subject S. the northside of Canal stress ., between Varick and ap24 and 67 Paternoster Row, London. ,
Heads of the people" a National Work : a work in connected with the course ot study. -Hudson, the parlors cor tAunicate with folding S 'ALSB IN 'THE COUNTRY-A story for hildien
whieh British 'aces and Britis.h manners-British virtias Terms.-The terms are $230 ner annum. nayable hal f nr with iron yawsain drvi.. n :._l m, .,i, rnntl, iI-h ,,, 3 in


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SD RY GOODS, & c. SCH OOLS. E SALE- I he lar&e vacant Lot at the North :ges- -1 E 0. TUCKER, M.D., DENTIST, huccesaor
D R Y Gcor,,erolHouston and Mulberry streets, adj'unlna itoe Khi mble. No. 3 Park place. Docter Tucker cvfi.
the new 3 story houses or, Ofloiti strneer. The Lot I' 3 e
AUSE FLANNELS.-S. .- L HOLMES, No 44 MADISON HI.L SP-HOOL, (FOR YOUNG leet front on H.uaonStreet. by about ItiO feet In depth. dent instruction of Harwood A Tucker of Potion ;si.d
Lae, have forsale W elh arid English AGENTLEM EN.)Fortehaving been extensively en aged, as well in the'mecl4 -.
G auss F lanrels from 11-w to fine qualities. A lso, W elsh A s C HA U LET re spe tfully In form sa his friends andIfo t s a y. C t OL & C O 51! g l
and Rlogeis' ,.atent Eo, by the piece or at retail, the public. that on the 1st of May next, he will be ready mhidI E K. COLLINS e tO. 56 South s t. meal, as the surgical department h f deoafp rat a-
On hir,-i-Real ilerman Eau de Cul,,ane. sp23 3t tt receive the pupils wh, lraybte placed under his charge. %LU L1A-A modern uuiit tnree story klaus dermanendnc makingmhsetys ewy h leo
I /NE E-'Th" The n itutin is Ine ded to secure the bean -titution is onendedorthsbiureothebest oi'eduction 'd fTenthsTree tea r2dAvenue perm hnen horea dshto. th',"e'10
INEN HEEING- 4, 10 4 and 4 Irish, ethcr o commerce or professoal career. Stuyvesant Place The House has grates afl those who ruay wi s o con thim, h ow
co ch Se har, d L ondon sheetl)Rs, flora fine to sup erfli-e i "ler an -.$12 1 per session of "2"2 weeks, for a com plete m.arble m antel piece-mlh oughout,m ahogany doors," u Ny ewnde tk A rsl i I 1, s Jsr ics8--..3%
44 Shatug, Linens; Damask Tablte Chlfhsan I Napkins ; course of English studies, Latin. Greek, French and dnder cellar.&s. It is one ofarow of 10 or 12 houses o1 New York, April b3, 183l, .'.. ...
Marseilles Quilts arnd-Cour,terpanes, Blankets. &c, by Spahish. ormr front. Rec moderate. Doctor Tucker begs leave to pceltar D followo kng Ti.
al.J. S. FL.ET, 10 Maiden lane. Cards to be procured of Messrs. Carvill,108 Broadway: Alant he.dwelinapart ofaaoodhousaon the Northside olnlro
EAL INDIA MADRAS HANDKERCHIES.- Berard & lMoundon, 36 Coutlandt street, Charles De fCanal street, between Varick and Hudson street. DOCTORIM. KIMBA ll, hs
I "DCTO KMALL, inrkl~uh 5 p~tj
J. S. FOUNTAIN, 281 Broadway, (adjemnin- the Behr,94 Br, adway,.R. Lockwood, 41L Broadaay. Apply toGEORa.jF W. OILES, at No.171 .('anal t., a Dentist,,begs leave to -(cfferhis'e4rifh .kno.ick
Amienc.an Hotel)mIffersnafor sale the above nimed alticle, 1c14 tmyli seiore 10 A. M, andafter 5 o'clock P.M. mylitf mefts tor the asswll a
Lf01a,^" '" 1 ^ ^' me t ort editr'g lb da el s '"r^x
ahiL ih can be relied upon s being ge iuine. IR V IN G IN S rl U I' ," T O L E r-S ave tal :suits o O offices, at No.9J w ich ube h ed, asnwe y a city e aif N ven r k.
A few pieces of light buff grounds, well suited for era- An nis ialBoarding Scoolo North ideof Spru neart)asuistreets, rage, which ehaenjyed ihe cY of nk
vats~~~~ An aateBtnig ci rg iso. h 3~and usaeaa orig HidosSpucna o aausre s, f successor F, G. TUCKER, M. D'.. wfio hA*tA^k
vats aLd aLapted toL ttCAcring Sean-,itSSoya. citmmy,diou a and eligibl y situated as any .11i the hise sgatIon at Ro. 3 in Park place, at the expresma- matow
LDL.&L. HOLIES. Tarrytown, Weecieter Co., Ne York. t. Possei sblii mmedlately or on the lit May 'ionofDr. KImball timsesle, he now ,,trudutee, wlotkte.
U L19D LINING CAMORICS-S. L. HOL.ME. Ta,.n, WeJst he ; C., Ke wr Yrk. net' ^ urenppsit. atNo Souc I^ St";.^ ,1.lt. K' orv ndwthu hesaton11 wi'toit, ti.
.1 Maiden lane, have received white and colored WILLIAM P. Y(iN. i ne Inquepposite. at N 8 ruce sto.
rolled Jacuricts 'or linings ; also, 2 casee printed Lawns: CHARLES H. LVjN,A. M., Principals KIP E'ATE, BkOADWAY.- Thee icri. ergnaly wil ro bsighpulatrg,Nsentitled tflkm 1166 dir
one Mumrning do. by the ,iece or at retail. 0 Day Sbi, b clarsf re rercnrsd. __ ba'r offers fr sale, fiy priva a contract, ihe et iLreInnInar plinIntitldT t*
Ju.St penned tfie smner Mamrseilles Qui(hs. ap23 3t Relerenc, by rerlssler s .o to foiowlng gentlemen t I B',Ock of Groiund fi the 15th Ward, bounded by lpect and curfidercs of the public. iD."
TTairytown.-Wa'ingEon *Irvine, Esq ; 01ev George Broadway and Mdercer Street, Washirgton and fr..m his own successful pramlece, Juay sta n* ga-
I'. STEWART & Co). it,vie.he attention. o0'their Dubois General James Benedict'i Steuoen Swartwout, Waverley place; being the most splendid Siterriva the moseminentoperalto in the'"vontry. ..,o.
A CU *uitomers and r.therstorhmr -xiensive and v-rious iq. ,lwepllitgs.or for a ehurh, in the city. The ground i one
stock orfFancy and Staple Dry Goods. It contains many U. S. Senate.--Ho, Danik Webster. the mosrelevared pan st Broadway, and surrounded by I mbatll used in his veky ie, rdsi pra.t e" Whe beaa
articles ,,f great variety and rilchess, as well as others of Sing Sniii.--ev Dr Creiehiua. valuaele :niprovemen s. ofthese danuf im ve, th .t kind OSmrae .t- wrha' .
exSraoprdinary cheapraess, meseteeth, as well its their Ourabity--A ior tb
Mousselines de Lairies from 2, tosi snrMiddleton, Conitectdcut.-Rev Dr Fisk, Pres. Wesleyan It will beamid in, one parcel or divided into 15 Lots, viz. esembratice to natu...re-h-as. 91a# very general and d-.
thimlys, 1detol4stf ron.-14.OuoisFUniversity.. 7 Lots on Broadway, (emhracing the whole fromI from cided satisfaction.
Calostoh on. D C.-J L O'Sullivan, oWashnetun to Waverley bilaceP,) of about ;6J by 95 feet Man othergentlemen tn New o g df
Cidicoes, .1 s GdtoOs8New Y'Vlk C'ty.-Hr, nGulian G; Verplanck William each; 4L-psonWushmigton,an,i4doonWaverleyi la.e, enera dentrtry, have a cele J PWU.i d
S ilks, 4mo 24s A D uer, L L D res .C lum b a C o lege ; aw O ic er. o 4b y P 1 Ch. -"f fi4 U
-iie, ...i. _0 4 e roo t e stnn g a t e "mn..ae01 r m yll s foa .3t YL O
& ic. ns, 3&c. &c. Rea Dr Bangsj Re y Dr B oriao; Herman Le Hoy. E q; In cwu rhsmauem aeparate lots a Noabrr n.iey'eor' m b ,lT IT ito Ing of ;km
&e. i.C.&Harper & Brothelae9; Cr J It Van hensselacr 'Davl IIrovetent will be required, and sipulation thtrinat m u- w aioo them coul, hsue mr.t, I re11=1 0dm.
The above will be sold for cash at their Ware Room., Gr hola, FAfrg T b bine %E ovemenA will be rquda puin t count
Graram, &q; George T Tumible, Emil. sPices. The title Is Indalspuable, and the term' wl hoe digfrucsmor-, 415,eB.,the,
257 Kroidwav. at 3.% Aloe, totic following gentlemen, %hohavosonsor waids accommodating1 For furiherpitrglculars, arid a view of re.-.nenee In hc umt gm.. si Vucture a g-kS.
S C LARKE & COMPANY, No. 347 Brdadway, have in the I.Stitution the map apply tmet of artifcl teeth which he e
now on hard and offerto Elie ladies of this sity. fa. Elisha Morrill, Emq; Gen G HLSriker; H Weed, Esq 1. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchant' Exchange, hold;as one of the most dificult, eeswelldaw.j0wrtJ
if mEiles from tEle cuirtry and country moichants, a desir- T Woodruff, Esq ; Charles Osborn, Ermq; James Mur. f9e Hanoverst. PaSIItittof .,DENTAL StCROalv. ..
able assortment of new .pringand SummerFancyGoods. ris, ESq; William Browning, Esq; Henry Lott, Esq, TO BE L'.l'.-Tne Ce.llar under the Sore uc- complishedsuce as wl as hiMrqc.
coISIl tg of Freeman Campbell, Esq; Th ,mesa Hluae, esq; f curd by the subscribers, corner of Water street mendaio is unsold a i ti
Rich Chene Silks H,,we, asq; Peter Rose, Esq; Thnas Bloomer, l.sq; R aii Borling slip, with two convenient entrances interest whatever s..u... ,
DL satin striped Pekin 4o (0 Christopher, E-q: P P Lyon, Esq, S Fanning, sq; 1fj1,11ro Water-s r rli Th inceles t waewer p 89: -. "' .' "
Do do do and figured Pou de Sois Measrs H & S Raynor, &, New York; Jacob Le oy, is large and dry.ng slip Thecellar New Yok, April 2,1839.
D)o do do do Gro de Nap Eeq, LeRoy, N 1r; James M Hoyt, Fsq, Jersey Cmty; Dr mh5tif. T, toe.
mTstmo a .rom 'Dos udrB& 0. W. BLUNT. JB-&IIka, a
Do colored striped and figured do AW Gates; P W Paddock, Esq. Yonkers, N 1; Christo- tooN'. aet carefully
Do S pli andia figured^ J Lc.angeabHle tOn.^ ^ ^I
Do lindfiured changeable i-het Appleton, E-q, Pennsylvania; Michael Robins, Req, POl. SALE-li Lots ct Land, miuated
Pl."inGradeAfriques Virginia; WilliamS Jenknin, Esq.Kectucky; Willidmr LewlsandGuericksreets, btweenRivmiainnd' of Dr. E. G. Tucker. whoimrinide r m.hgek
Do G ude Su aisse .- sq iooi, ;Ke cp 1
Do rro 8des d Dum8ham, lsq, l-rooklyn, N Y; Kendal S Robins, EI tantonacreets, six on Lewis arid fire on uG,- ri-,,. educate in his profession,and doanostebg-.- I)
D ru-atchz, Mis; Lie.u,'l1ornton A JenkIn~s, U S N, Eti _. On Lewis.street isa.large wooden buid lg, for. Daits parts, the ver. KhAidmM,
tah dL'Soie ad Satiin ore; C lark Hammondoi, Bank lmaiaown, N nierly occupied by the late Mr. Eckford as a moud. et'. ilera, Dr. ball. HA KWbll & T JIrU
Prulc dc Solehaw d Satins CTrcualr may be had at W A Colmran's, 2W Broadway (I n Goerick street the lani is open and a very desirable. BObston. April i59,1. '- apl3drtiw"o
Jrnie Shaws,6 4, all o T JCrowen, 667 Bromdway, and H & S Rayno', 78 Bow iHuatitut for a lumber yard or building lots. Al ply to Ai4", P Slao&io
French UCashmere do ery fe27 8m dlotr DA VIS, BROOKg at CO.21 troadqi,.M.O L
Embroidered and primed Thlbet do NAl"R"O, ew York"
Enbioidcred ,]o-sseline 4 Lameuo s EPiSCOP.L INSTITUT. F- FR ALE--The neat two story breck.,fite pffer.the_ j i"WC.oilcest assortment
I A pleidid aGortm, nt of Plain, damask, figured arnd OTICE-The Primcipal i1 this Instiution, grNieiu $ Noi 18r Bedford 'treet, is Incomplete order, having ofi of 8l.W.1k'-'11-,k. IThb UniTfr, com.
Embroidered Silk Phtins and Ma,,fiila for the very general approbaci-n with which nis plan lihas a been palmed and repaired last spring. Pisession .io prieb fI.a vatletiasoof the Mammoth1
EmbRich oider aed Silkemboi*eie d MFlletShawlls been received, begs leaveagain to bring it to the nnticeol will be given on thbe first Ma,- next. The greater -. amonTf which are, the Mammoth Whi. e
RiDch lainrid embioieed Fille hat portion the ,ublic ho desire or their S*unS pat oftlie purchase money may remain on bcnd and miort. umotn&upbu )ammch Y..-lo.f
DGlace SilkSquares withfringes so,.d, practical, and christiaineducdtion. 1ago. Applyt;; em.alWhIr Ielow, T Aag Wi.s
G ofa9e GSikIS&rCOw. '20iBes do 0andImperila .White, mPerialTa llow,Tv aO sellipgt
Large asScmen, of ParisLawr. Third Year.-The first term of the third year of S9 G7r1Ah & CO. 20 Brt sue* { Suihur Six Weeks, Pe.ti-, &.whd ey'glling
A lare &901 LEDSM OfrarisLaweat, the raort reagonnble iatbl, am th oy btilned. tksse.1b.Js
JaconeasL, Fiench Pri ntshlawin the Institute %illicommence un Wednics ay, the first 0o fr 0d LET-Thelarge Basemen t Roomt premntdiva,- ast e o! their.l tr t
Jonet, F ae Print, ar .May next, amd wi b materially extended facilities in al- ednto twoapartments, underthe Ban of the Del e'o-moCustoerforM
Mouloselaline dis Laine, Urivaals and Thread Laces a nxt ryd y l ateialye, ndd aclitesInat
R[Bb, n every depaatmerit. Essential additions have neen %ware and HLudson Canal o. a t the corner of William and r,







rn.^nhp^ nl ^^ilruwesatpi~cwfu~n9 rnd Trees &o nirymls B IO(irCikn
bbon. Gloves, Hosry,.'cara, Fancy Hd ad, especially In Eledepartmentoff lodein Languges. interests lso. Ro nmuon the floor ofto A. same lId .rn
is cThe ntructionn in Fmetch particularly istbebed, bai. could ne Tnquire a tHle E lBank. fir sif al wi tZ te, oou perfect. i,
A handsome assortment of Paris Embroidery of the new. be secured 40,000 aupea i1Ahl-ft5TzesofpvrerriMr hia l
t 'ONyle. N ap23 Iw Buidinas.-Th. b'ulid;ngs forrthe Institute arenowali HOUSE WAN I ED-A t-wo eory en" ,se l uasa re u l rvualgely obtene..
%ASHIONALE SP "IN DY ODS.- -P. L completed, and were ereted for thepu pose to which they I- house fortasmalllamily, is wanted in a g.nateel 12,000 elegant Morus ExpanseaTydg TTe,-to IfI ,
BROWN, 4a Canal sireet,ofourth i ore froni Broad. aredevoted. They are new, spacious, an dsightly; and dre < i-ard fthe city-if uptown, on4r nearanomnl- Also, Rith ootf Italy, Pyra-da iP .,- rtmdoio-, 1r 4S.a?
way), resp pctutllyInform be ladies, that their stock ol fittedupon a convenience of Mian, nand a eatessofsrcyle, us ire. The rent pmu be low, butwil repaidd Brussa. EBita, Orietal. Romanc. "-
Apri iao pdt mw,.ov couple toe, and will be foud to c- whharenotexceeded. Ti y comprise hommodion romptly, and the bert care will be taken of the tb-u'.e Pri1ed Ctalogn eWqlbersttjy, "
rain as large al desirable ae aor.entts a 'ta.a ctobehad for fifty pupils, roomipg mR) pairs-oncltheI lnsructpnrr Those having uch. a bntMusew llstAlherentand siomt.uon,* 7p232 W O L c radstrsb.t ef "
Inl the acry. The go- id are all of tne best description, the Pocipal arid the family- -icral School Room-Re directeda, 1315 upper posl offie. mh7 A2A32 A LOncF.-* 13-,,
the. ^, .. '' ". Pn Lutom-- oalato~-abxaoratory--and a A VALUAMLg' FARM kO.J .
rsu bolder afainy! Ermad c consistng oin f citation Rpe eom ebrs-aR stdnR a La-oa tr- a LET. Tne neL tint-esatiry blct louse. t ed lnUltercouty, othe. s -i.
lackand o lorqed Godeapsandou d e Cha ncipel, n iseNol iS ighh pclcrec, below tlie Fio BAvenue. It Irely opposite mba late. oD.JsAC*,S 1ant,.k4
Black and colored EnglishLutrfngs ,Locatzon.-The location is unsurpaed for healthiness is lini-bed itthe betw tyle, with marble mant -- early opposite .. ....yde Frkc ".---
Blackand coloredrichfiaur Slks and beau.y. It is upon an eminence ,u the suburbs of the nieces, mahoganyrdo-orsand plated furniture In dred acres QG &a r Aund OLP A,:ahgh-- .a & ro l'...
R sn striedPu e Se city securing,. b! itA retirement and elevation, a free and the prciipal story. and may beoccupied immediately. It On the ba& of.theriv Isl s,,aiB to- aIo
I chest Bra cade figured o ." ealiy atmosphere, antd commanding an extensive and was flkihed last November and Is thoroughly dry and Ltimber, from five- r. e i beros t. *.
Chatlys and M0usseline deoLaines, Inthe utmostvariety delightful view. It is such sto render it unnecessarylfr safe. carefullypreet v9dj. robeautify. bs .bu~mn s-t
Bonnet Silks -nd Satins, with Ribbons to match ite pupilp to have any Confection with the city,except, Apply at the offlceof ';he Ne- ork- Am'rican, No 74 Lar-n c -mmlapdM an cxrena ye view ci "the s
Brochay Shaw,, of the newest styles armd fn all colors. when occasionally permitted by the pri ncipal futcial Cedar st .... i and so uthr m iay c'miles, asnl zal v.fEi te Carlk ll i"dl.
The most splendid assortment olEnghi tCalicoes tobe intercuutse, arndpprptLseofbutaldnese p 1 -" .. t r.y
folonrd n the c Sing ay Grounds.-TheTGrounds connected with the establish.er FOR SLE-A BAU FUL P M, n 4he ta m .Ad ng the farm on- .- s ta rle an d
Shiing calicesIn greatvariety ent art ample an bAutifiuaffording full scope for te banks of the Hdason River, eiTry DmileN tromNew e lltihg'stream of water oh which altt"fgo *to..,
Linens, Sheetings and Table Linens creation ai,,amusesnent. ,i ii York, containing about 130 aacres of excillent te04may iS. made with]inuaeecpnmi.'A-hao, r"Irmi mill
Diapers, Lawns and Plaid Muslins Tebachers The Indtitu eio us carried on y h me luw d, and commands a view of t-me oke n- thorough rep Ir The t ri"1ige.. vihrt or two
RealIris oplisadeasthefundaio wich car on. by to btelyhe !-Py te4P
Book MushnE, .and bric DiMik es and Biskop Lawn pal, and assistants of character and experience in the pro, ing of the Highiands arid e u-ir nuning scenery. The t lar h undred acres, will'iisoll B oky.'0 A ilyn t[ the g bsm lf. e-
Shirtrnp and Sheeti TrMuum.saund Long ploth. fe sio on. eunoWa cuts abet 7e5 tons o f hay antd ha a good hay press, a ired. ApplytoJ. H .o Fan.L, CSo. Mark's P1 hin Btrt







DoIL d)-gnstuado eiiu dIt Presetd r src ac -ineaadgae houhu.T os hc a ire d 25appToly orto J-ALFE WIIS HT ftbAgk xeft etfv'
Bl NoabaiDemamt oa flrpplea mh29ed4i -..Itsdesignis, to Imp atahorough andp orchard, and large Barns, with other o,.t buildings, anp p A. M., aor a4 P.l .. r j,"
S. FOUNTAIN, 231 roaliwy, 4joinir t et n po oc.ig hist an ne- L.ay oplera the lliAetaon upon' deciddy chrIsian priciple-owill forit. AUK&WANA CUA rale b ie cag.
el* American Hotel f'otmerly ot Maiden Lane, re. unitesoundlearning with pure religion. L Apply to- THOMAS EILISON, or the giremises. or to A qug-raat 63 William rsf, egtb of g- li .
s netfully linvlte toe attention o',turtry and city merch Planand Goi ernemp-mIt Isconduoer ipon the plan apin J. G. iYtCKMAN, 1S9Fulhor. sreer. ...PObOL VAL v ../ 1id
antse to his assortment Ma' Rich aptk G ods, Laces, Em: of aeil regulated hr fistia n rfamilgy; lo the time, the FOR SALI.-Some valuable property in the ly ship FianclA, aergoofL ol -.' .ue q u ,
broideries, Shawls, dkc, consiseug in part of- adopted hmeofits members sCity of Ne Bwrune w ck, New Jerse. c Wsig onm istlq raliyani s, lc td fovr-m mic nod'-







Do~~~~~~~~~~n parntloeres quality &ed Intlletua Departented rorl'leroa Depar, and loy.' c AvnTi on
Gros d' Air quas The Principal, regarding himself in the place of apa ousoresrnw farms. Amon, a large ar ioreduithe ho l e, saleW tora am ily t, byo.
bPouitde Soles rent, encourages a tra e and open intercourse betweenEih e toits H StE ares a nd wit about 3 4d i th h k Ritr aNl p hi b
Cam Poult__8oels Hth ico|vnit ou~e, eamd rtmfn ,uae re edih hoG Id rA DLa iet :.6whhst0and
.Ihean Lustrings pupils ahd himself, and endeavors by winning up(onrth acres ogood lardp -eaaavtn a, tuted o toe River R aP- corner of La RoyD &k Ge r wtr .e... -
.Gros deRhine actions, and, by the: presentation oProper motives, to C-v about" one mle from the City f New brune wick. t corngerg fn Newro ok and w'urf e at '
r Naples iducea faitthtul disla sgl o( dJuty, ,a government is Lieiea nw mConvenient h e pleas ntll rsuated at 9 92a Brtn .t a-'-aend e......o
Gros do Swi1we ", e dbremre b trietlyncpalrendata. t a b u Cer onDVni n BRLOS & t 1 -a p te -i--e- a t hajnio fEatBod ra
Pain and figured Repps as itn. Is ..s. ..t. --tiame w it tim to empaoy.r TOVa5r ORLAE w trybinsreet at 5
ae a e l o oetand -ng. I eenent with" the natural cnst 0 "Teer frove 140 ee t eepnr pw t a n w o, nef .dDctui A Virginia, fine LiveroMol, Riddled









h ie l aine a ndc wi lu b e lsold w h o lea l or re a i w illst e g h e h t i k n pbwes T h ef a ~ l torls p ropefory inB w ahes ci y 1We p reaiiese and Cand n ail C odor P ith erate af ii m n a. '
Grosede I i t tUioi n ofthe pupil, the school s arranged in three deprtFor particulars ilu ire f ( -...... 3 Sua aa, fo ert a 'r










--- ---depar abgare wil bea tohage tor properey inur desinaio oy. th JreyCe 20wcashine.an] stn nelCuaor thegroatefi a rauf
Florence Marcelin s me.ts, the Moral, the Intellecual, and the Physical" ap f tIA a C L W iNCE, Broadway. rers u, for sale at the market rates, tr lots to auita r.
Colored and black Satins pMoralDep rement.-TheMoral Departmer, which in-IC -. qhaers, LAINQ &RAND PH I r.
Splendid cangeabe Shifts velvet the over nment, as supplied bythe Prlncipal 4Item m HOUSES $I E IGHTH AND NINTIH TS. Cornerof Le Roy arn _reewich tt, rid










S plenid l ian^y be^ p ^X SilksrDT English Lustrings arid Poult de Soies braces a course of moral and religious studies, dated toFO ALE.-h thr stry Hous now mhO Broadway and tverner te.
Mantilla Silks, 9 4 wide each pupil. To the Holy Scriptures constant references erctinby subscrir, on &t and Sthtreet, Ac n C sa y t
Real rish Pop ins made, as the foundation on which alone maybe built between the 5thand 6ttAvenues, and which will air tKWANd COAL--o t ste -.e'by the cargo-Da
Plain and figured Silks for hnwts solid and enduring character, and as the only safe and pro be finished on orbetorethe sto: Apil, inthe best mOdern liverable Brooklyn. Apply at theaffle of te
Mechlin and English Thread Laces per basis of Christlan education. The views of scripture style, with mahogany doors and plated furniture, marbe D rew a H C r- a, Pineo sr,,
Do d) Edgings tru -Eh, and of religious duty presented,,are in strict acl mantels and grates throughout. TLe lots, which are 26 Rhoe oP ALFRED WRIGH T. Agent, at Provro
aficewith ftbdodenneodisiplin, and4orch
Blond Bobbinet andoThread Veils cordae with th' doctries, discipline, and worship o the feet by half the block (94 et 10inches) are In tee. Applydece, Rhode Iand. E
De do Lares and Edgings Protestant F.piscoral Church. It im the constant endeal at5 Ltafyette place, or at the Equitable Insurance Com ] EACH MOUNTAIN COAL.Tbe subscribers have
Blond and Silk Nets and Quilhings vor in this departments to win over to the Saviour, aind pany, 46 Wall street. W. B. LAWRENCE. u for sale Peach Mountain Coal, of superior quality, in
Embroidered Lace and Mutslin Capes to his body-thehChurch-the first and strongest affection# Also for ses or to let, two or three small three story broken, egg, tIoru p and ate s
2.Scilers dot. dorn Clarsr of te yu ear. Hoses on Waverley Place, west of Washington squa.yt s tosi f1 n e athtdein mark n H price., in
Do Infants' Dresses, Caps, &c Lniellectuat DeparRtment.-The Intellectual Departo fel "LAIl". &k RANDOLPH, 250 Washington s.,
Embroidered Linen Cambric Hdkfs and Cuffs mentembraces all the ordinary English branches neces HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE-Thfe House" cor. of LeRoy and GreePnwilh t. and
Camels Hair Snawls sary to husineas and commercial pursuits ; additional l][14 and Lot No 3 University Place. The lhouce is 36 ap20 cow..ofF.a~t Bre-adwav anti GcuverneuirsresL
Thibet and Mouselin do cilkiaes for instruction in the higher departments of learn- uufeet front, 3 stories high, built in the best manner, -AKWAACA.B~~
Mantillas and Mantilla Shawls -ing, with reference to Col r requirements, to Teaching, .i dwllb eryfrocptnaouthmdleeit o osmr InKW N ew Yo,--roke and gg size, deliver.
Net Daphanus, vbroidred, c th ProfssionAandCivilThegnotrig;ialofineocalpplofApril Theeot Ioin.fe.lAply cut0 peoton.AlsoNut-oallaf$6-al ofs carctagg
Fancy Hdkfs of all styles sic,.Drawing, and the Modern Languages. It is conduct. m SD V S R O S & C .2 ra t pl tteo c, a h nto C E
M~ousseline de Lah-ue, new designs ed by the Principal and assistants, anid by such in. ster m hDAIBOK C.91rodt ppyateffea th ascto cfEm roadway Sna
Paris Muslins and Lawns, as it is necessarytIrom time to time to employ. bTO LET OR LEASE.--A two story brick Divisonl stree, aot 63Wilim J ck orneofP street, orokyn dl
With Silk Goods of every new style. Instruction in this department is speciaitly directed to the House, No 81 Beckman street. The Lot is te Colsnsre, roln 1
Also, a general assortment of all fashionable goods iu understanding. It is the endeavor here to improve and jjeet f'ron stand 140 feet deep, with a well of good DNEY AND PICT1OU COAL-290 chaltirons Sial.
his line, which will be sold wholesale or retail at the strengthen the thinking powers. The pupils, therefore, water on the premises. t3 ney, and 25 do Pictou Coal, ot" a superior quality
lowest market prices for cash or approved paper, are caught the rationale of whatever comes before them); Also--A two stot y brick House, W'o 11 Carlisle st. and saze,for sale in lots to su~tpurchaseby
apll 2w more attention is paid to principles than rules., Particular Also--A three story brick front House No 3 Sussex at, LAING & RANXOLPHg,
regard is l~ad to the intended future destinations of the pul Jersey City. -2 g0.Waehington st, coin of Ire Boy and (-t eemwich eta,
r H M?,SE I F FREIN LTERTUR, il, and his education is directed accordingly. He may For terms, apply to J. BLUNT, No. 4 Wallt anmhrero2Ss Boudwayeur t.-
TH UE FFREG IEAUE e fitted for the Counting Room, for Engineering, for Cot mL,6 tf ":m2 ovrert
at sixCIENCE AND ART. as published every month lc'e, for 'Teaching, or fo~rthe study of the Proiesuaions..-~LT RLAETe~esoybe ~ EOK9-ULrcie tsGaitrfo
by E LITEollar a CO.r 279abhesinu strenet, PhlDepis a ,tsb i hysica Departfment.-The Physical Dephrtmernt is proof Store, No. 28 South William street. London--In course ofpblc n, vol. 1 now ready.
Dolrsayer pyblnnddarc. itatsu.for exercise and health. It isesuperinitended al J|isc pl oCR C.t ecmltd n1 osms
scribers are requestelt to remit a $5 note on account. waysb y a master, who has the supervision and direction Apply. to CAY O. 9Pieset. b Te omplte in 12ma v o bbs, vof.a ~ry;nw
W ith the year 1839 begins the Seventh Volume of" a ofthe pupils in all hours no taken up in tk exercises ofFe.1No 90Pn ste -Th Wo s of h m s H b s, f M lne ur n w
New Series, complete setster which can be furnished at thesco, and instruction agreeable and useful exercises, FOR SALE, Rea~l Estate at Harlem-consieting firet collected and edited, with the Life (,f the AUth~or, arid
Two DlfoudDllars a hVolume eins ienUmbers,i oeunr l'wobeasDOllarsw arid ~na promr,,ire st health and happiness of 5, lots of land, situated on the 7th anal a view of his philosophy. By Sir William. Moleswgrta,
fllfonger The New s ep riers isr begunebecaset we are nold Aaners and liabits.--Speciaf attention is paid to mane 8th Avenues, between 117th and 119th streets. lBart.1
loner bl tosuplyorersfo ciipeceses o te od. ners and habits. Association, with the family, and witi- There is by computation 70,000 loads of soil up. "' The Philosopher of Malnmesbury was the terror of"
CONTEr$T5 OF THE MARCH NCUMBER. occasional conpaniy,is, for theirnimprovemeniuencouraged, ont them, near which, they are now levelling. These -lots the last age, as Tfindpl and Collina are of chin. TI-.e press
1. Foreign Relations el Great Britain, Edinburgh Re. It is the endeavor to prepare the pupal to move with pro Apply betol DAs I thy ROwK,&C. ra t.twudr i arewtmh ulig pnte.setwt otoesy and evueryn yonn chuticesn stee
2. iew lleis Flght.ForegnaQurteryyRevow.arret andthsehneeveyicicle lssocety.Applyto DVIeBROOKth O.ontroroder yantaonddryvhirarmyonnhundeingcnhHo nes rastee
13 c1e n heRfrain diaug eiw equirema-nta.--The admisamoti of t~upils is restricted to mh8cp.-Bshp arutn(eieLgio.)
|3.LuterandtheReormtio, dinur.h eviw. no: particular age. But diligentattention *.... ~.sperform.- ,.i TO LET-Tihe four atory Stores hos. P32 an k-p.rst, on. thenGeloy ofCrna. De vonech ,] anSc Wes
ee ilrm o a.eo uis n.poato eotu~t reepce ,cre fPn tet nt vhpF,r on~. wthe Gelogy. of Colnatesevn ndWs
4. eern~ain ..Plr'l~Y .. h,.oprtin.. n... t .... Lih,a pcao....t..., .. d anal OfwhoduiSbecomemantm bersVortoofthedeirte~z~ntitutionare ep ct 3 rl onro in tet i~ nt eJ, v: ~nmp n lts


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eLoR,, e Fr,4^n e n.CoskTKooketore HT 'S NEW^ S TZ N 1 YORrAN eVrERPO,[P.E TS NOTICES.
Ms lie_._w ,1W 0. ETWV3h EE N. The. prIC S
Jame, ly _, ,,. _, 4 Vo l*1%pursuanceesfan ord r of_ the sutoguteOf -the Coun-
Bequ.O~Y5Jist.4vo1Sw "d1001 ty of' New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons L

iars vo, ;e. p ao, 2vol,2 f the above ship forKthe SretinteoftyhfNevYokninrbef
ChotaCote LettreMoale, t $,5. -remainder f t e sailreach port on the 1, l th, 19th and h ere thereof to the subscriber, at herxreience, No. 4S War i
/ilror I Ves 14xe ;WSA~~t Ko Tel 2lSO C Vuoeie 01o25 B ~~B 3|fixed upon for the sailing iwino order, viz, a b ut street, in the City of New York, on or before the A
rt year. Dated Now York, the thirteenth day of December, IS38, Fos
do Deli npeTiL qtoit, 2 0. i v 42n et Brsst. From New York 0Z ||M | C,-, X 0 ;0XX| d14 law6m ELIZA HE&CHI, Administratrix. tor
Deenoyes--Avelitures de Jeoan ral uoppart, vol, d March, 2d April, Q PURSUANCE an order o the Surro e the
ASets. 0 Go1ntt
Mi6Cne. tt -liabeth, I V ol, 44t; Maneld. volth May, Bth June, 0 County of New York, Notice is hereby given to al
. $ Gttln-leaabeth, I UStl, 44 ctpe Mansfield persons having claims against JAMES DUANE LivIOs t
.Isl Idgeworth.-1,ecation famthere, 2 Vol, $1.25 th Augut, h21st Sepember;. > 2 ate of the City of New York, gentleman, deceasef, o
Flo sraae- slwh Vol8icts ; Guilaune Tell,a. 19th rtober. &c. in best state p esethe, ith the vouchers there to t ub ibr, res
CDt John S. Livingston, at his residence, No. 75 Leonard
.F ta ourelaon-ra Vl w,.Lv< ;Daont}uichitte'&l,l 5 ol,.I, Fare'to Bristol, including wip, nbtsa ^ "*52 S g O3 Jon9LingoatisridceN. 010 Lena d
jcta No ele room s, thirty five goineas, ($ .33. )-in.other stat e ro rth
76f;lon-ur.tlt ofe..d lea earoos ty uina, Childrenti nderr .? 13 ^ s m- street, in the city of New York, on ur before thesixteenthS
5;~~ta Tonlelmquel,$3 eroomts, thi rtyhice Be arafeO5($114,0$), *) N ;r 0 C"r~daof May next.('
GOQI 1 vol $1; Ct. sToie leau steerageorcndlss "aM taken. 2 j E 0 c. -W -atedNew York, the 13th day of November, 1838. h
manS latie4 'Amru,7 ri yhlge An experienced SurgtiOn is attached to the ship. -- 0, ;0- JOHN S. LIVINJGSTON, Aduainistrator.
611tirHisto1te do iR AmerYque, 7.VIaN; MythologiePMARYR.LIVIGSTON,Admmnistrtri
maincSli, h otor e, I r ey, 6c.frehtor passsaeifrom New York, apply to cc __ 5* i nllaw 6 w
75, ta; b~erceanx Chalsi, I Vol, 76 ta. .RICHARD lRVIN,99 ,ritet.
-MXe. Gwzot- ESfanfe, 2 vol,,$.17v; L'Ec.her.3/ ,,21 AgentoftheGreatDWesterntera ,ShipC o.URUANT to an order o'W ahter Todd,'Surogate lic
..$2-0. of the County of.Putnam.. Notice is hereby given to in
Scmrrsar oo. a~vo / g LINE OF LIVERPOOL PrCxTS ~ .
tir- ZeC--"-ue vol 1vl7NW LINE O LIVERPO4L ACK S Q all persons having claims against John F. Hageht, late of t ti
ai bl oblj 1 -- ; Cnt st I Vol 7 ,the town ofFhillipstown in said courity, deceased, 1o ex. per
) voP IMP h bit the same, wih the vouchers thereof, to Cornelius aft
Bel-,x Voe $1To, '11 Yk the 2T jail m wYd Livrpool Warren, an administrator of said estate, at the residence sa.
M monte-fnte Moraux vol $, BeA ,ire Toa troNew ork on the2ih, and Lvepo 01 e said administrator, in Phillipstown in said county, fu
vol, 63Ots; Lee Iqcm 2vei,l 2.; Moralee Acuon theltut-ittoteach monh. 0 at or efore the 20th day o May next. a
217Ct.4IDatMw dYOR,K. .0..13%8. in
TremAdeure(Mlls)' La VaChe noire 1 Vol,50 t.V Ship SIDDONS, Capt. N. B. Palmer, 25thAprl. LITITIA HAIGHT, Admintratri. be
.... "Va.e;, tt.l.. ,te.e4leTIWte 1 Ship SHERIDAN- Capt. Aug. F. Depeyster2th May. -. -o CON US WARRN Administrator. a
fie, 6u I, )se ...Artists, IvOl,'6W5t
Andlau, .4...l, ".OA ItI K othCallinsr25th July. a a4
e -oiarnandTtU -a. na reJer nJeaewhipGRO.ICU,-tptdea.at of New 3
a o -4u2te, q.1 ,a. t.1l O i O a ? OM L. T !a T a Court of Chancery held or the Sca6t e
Riai. Sipdor-A1DU .1e3th March. 8 A York, at-the city of New York, on the firet day o( W
Bhla..GARRICK lth April. t C At tl to SSS March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty.nine, L<
SOon MNewAIship R-OSCIUS, 13th May. P present -William T.McCoun, Vice Charcellor of the
PUAl 44,^W.ThPOP51' nn1d0jo"ui"e*1r? Ne~lpOCU l3h 7 2 S. First Circuit.
ly'preparedby Dr. les, whofrom aloogcosrieso ShIp S(DIDONS, 18th June ... .... il M ti v. Anson Blake and Eliabeth W
a'rfu. prir.t-m,.-Wd n- alngthia s valmbl These ships are a elof the first class, upwards of % miie a hia wie avs Ae n and Pnrb A;
4x^tract,-a s "c.m a adjunct.as. to 1000 tractc, avtI c.ul'ao 1 Aloit with Certainm.. er auntaso. l0nsh1. y ,
aa. e a. alit,"o tutibftut or calomiel. menta, as combine groat spee with unusual comfort for -- D A% cWZIt appeared uponproofbyaffidavit, made In this cause, at
livei y, nyunipoion of the paMenher. Every care has been takenInl the arange- Z b Jh F. Mitcnall, solicitor for the complainant, that I
.^ei. c hdaddcvie, irregularities In the aecretiens, ment of their accommodations. The prince of passage 0 A F o Ferdinaod Prengruebar, a defendant her-in, residents of F u t o
a;d In a ZIdLItulde OfCqnpI4lp&itrlsing therefrom, this' hence is $140, for which ample stores, including wine, 0 Z 0 this State, and is a resident of France or Italy. On filing
ic "notilsieri. A trial merely is tequested &c., will be provided. These ships will be co mmanded saidafidavth, and on mto fm itchell, or wt
ouest Its mneita san4 smey b rsot.ed.o with perfect An- by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to A-ao c.0tow4 a tow4 counselfnrthcoalainantit is orderedthat the sid Fer. ot
~dn~eand ae~y giv genral atiflton. Neither the captains or owners dinand Prengruebal cause his appearance to be entered
00.p 4.1%1, > U4 herein, and notice there to be served on the complain i
&lp;tiaionargeoie.,Or(otheppurchase of this ofthese ships will be accountable for any ltr pac scin, an t ithen toe srvdo the cop lint thi
aellcne by'whelesae, mayeb ade,-to or-packagessenttbythem.,unless regular bills of lading
G, eDaD e 1Le to SP re signd hereor. For freight or passage,apt- t -S order, and in case of his appearance, that he cause on
.G0ODARDD a & SV ] General Affents. IC. K. COLLINS & CO. Sou sat.-New-York,-ort tC A CA.4-.to CA 4 U0 1 hisanswertothecomplainant's blito befiled,and copy St
O upllbozefo 25 an WM. kJAS. BROWN CO., Liverpool. 0 thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor within N
ikUt ulioxo 5a^ctsec.W *JSBO N&^c Tl ^ "' ^ ( -- oity days afterser vice of a copy of said bill: arid that ,t
ulirSold also atoretallby M C. Slocum, l,1Broadway; Lettetriby the packets will be charged 12j cents per sif.et afa@ao'cp si 1aata
o al a = i efat thereof aid bill of complaint be taken as con. a
I-.tiiard' RDelucc.,2 Park rW and W83 roadway ,.Tho- gle sheet, 50cents per ounce, and newspapersI cent each. -. t to eed by him. Andti further ordered, that withiiwenty
mai T. Green. 84.BrosdVay; J. B1lbau, 183Broadway; mh2l ow tO o 1 o w days fr:m the date ot this orOdr, the sad complainan it
G i irge 0D. Coggeidal1, .4A, Pear ,ci.Rose street; Adam*-FRNWOLAS asfo h ae t hsnar h gdcmlia L
Gson &rDliffgBoweryan14P- Broadway; Joate D.Dodd, I NEW ORLEANS. kThese shipsale all ofie first class, andarulyeommanf cause this order to be publihed ii' the State paper, and in ai
64o and 771 -Broadway; H. A Green, cor. of Ilvington anti a. ed, with elegant accommodations for passengers. The the "New York American," printed in this State for eight s
Cintondstreets; 4 .kJreCoddingon. f 227 Hudson, corner price of passage from New York to Liverpool, is fixdd weeks in succession, and once at least in each week, or bi
of nnng street; Dr. W. Murphy, 228 DSvisiQn streeS; at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at 35 guinea., that the said complainant cause a copy of ihia order to be mr
oSand teetA wll Bry an 1 0Ator Louisiana and New York Line of Packets. including wines, stores and bedding. Neither the cap- served on the maid Ferdinand Prengruebar personally, at ai
aou e jal ( sail evry Saturday.) tainsor owners Will be responsible for any letters, par- least twentydays before the time herein before piesciibed t
Cos To'sail every Saturday.) repnsbefo n ltespr
SShip ,MSSSIPPI, Beebe, master, to saIlth March. eels or packages, unless regular bils of landing are for his appearance. (Copy,) d
ILttt.I TOO oTmI .... ._eaigned therefore. r th anina hlllaw 8.v JOHN WALWORTH. Clerk. an
I) receipt_ qly. .. by i, SD No. G &olRiLOUISVILLE, Allen," ,, 31h d hro
rcptPAB.o.Go SRATOGA, Hathaway, 231 Agents for ships oxford, Norh Americ6, Europe, Co- T a court ot Chancery held fur the State of Newv f
street, New York UNTSVILLEEldrdge 30th lumbus, South America, England, Orpheus, and Cam- York at the City of Albany,on the nineteenth day
The Qrre Toot W hl purely a eb leprearatto aa ge'thabohn w shi6 6rh April. bridge o March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine- G
p o~sm a s shrig tlt e p r o p e rties of C e ~ tim it g ... ... ... Om, N w s h ip '-D" "
poosaausrthehproper atehSoftClean.in dthevethinnouth, Newlship Sh GOODHUE &1CO.6or 4South at, N. York. Present-Reuben H. Walworth, Chancellor.
reat'sring, the oums to a healthy staie,, and pWeuenng any N shp t.," 0th C.H. MARSHALL, Joseph W. Duryee an othe
unptasant taste or odour in the mouth, w whether a is .ng New' ship0,.e. vL, ,E wdP
frmn oe odour It Sn p YAZOTrask," 27ih t BARING, BROTHERS & CO. Liverpool iJd Sarah HeeeLua Chariote his wifed James s. Davisyn P
omdecaye tee, or ro deranged ate of the I sHAKSPARE, Cornel 4th May. nt a Isaac Baldwin, Lewis Bayer, Augustus Morii, and
stonach~ '- "SHASPRRECorell" th aY. Agetseorthip forchsthipirsneflhChld nderdara Hrriena CarieSiseife JelsdDaisn
"sound teeth ag d ohi;e n e t are Ele moot -valuable p .r- The above ships are all- oft,,efirst.class..copperedanddT KERMIT..... .others.c
tions or poor h umt y, bulowma e t t p astened, of lightdraftof water, and builtin this RSouth st New It appearing by affidavitto the satisfaction of this Court, d
tlona orpoor humtnity, bul how.ia~y neglect tie ateQfl ....... ,. ... t.rade .withete- l; ADk o ntaccommo,, ht h ieedatJae S aisadata Blwi.l
tion necessary for their re !.va tion, even whensurrou I ,- ct e xt pSlyforth, e trade, with _eg ,.nt.accom .modatio. s T. k I. SANDS & CO. Liverpool. that he defendants, James S. Davis and Isaac B aildwin' t
ed by all the means needed.'. Among khoaq;ie know of for passengers, and commanded by able and experienced Agents for ships Shakareare, Irdependence, Roscoe reside out ot this State, but are residents of the United h
none more plelatant m nd .ffB ei thea Ori. tooth m.aters, The prrice of passage from New York to New and ieo.Washing Sates to wit :-the d es Davi tate of
nWae n.r ,p-_tc.ans and e.tal tea.. terach tn th, t itse-fia xe-at $8A, anltfrom New Orleans to New GRINNELL,MINTURN &CO., Pennsylvania, ar the said Jaac Baldwin of the sState oti
Was, .cranfies th o i t,,, and sweeten h rath. t $90, without liquors. They will at all times be 134 Front at, New York. N Jery; and t appearing likewise by affiavittohe i
ramc, purimendt. se o, yougi .and od.-B uston Prost. towed up and'downthe Mississippi bysteamboatsan the satisfatio of this Court, that the eaid defendant, Lewis a
"The Orrin Tooth Wsistebst desrgnt we ever stricter punctuality observed In their time of sailing. Agents for ships Roscius. Siddons, Sheridan a ofthis te, to wit -in the King om e
Tused onor t enaml."-LQoton Tanccpl Nithethe owneror captains of these ships will be re- arr;ck of Fi ance; and that the said defendant, Auustus Mrii,
Susedony of the moen_ .- .l .sp. onsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stone, silver or EK. COLLINSk CO S6 oouth .t N. York. resides&outofthis State, towit: -in the RepublicofTexas. se
yemet etH."st&'" ?' r.oGt ire.m al faculty in plated ware, or for any letters,parccel orpaekage sentby jell WM. & JAS. BROWN CO. Liverpool. sih Barker solicitor for the complainants a
emineot Dant h s.4%m, o t a....... O moio.. ..... "B rke so.ci.r "
part o f the o. udltd in favor pf tke orris or put on board ofcbem, unleswregular billsoflacding are LIVERPOOi OLD LINE PACKETS'"' it is ordered, that the said defendants, James 8 Davi, and a
aviyo atofhP the o I. .. taken for the same, and the value theri xrse.AlLIEPO.ODLNP
cve aot nn un in e e same, and the value therein expressed. All A Isaac Baldwin, cause their appearance to be entered in
Vrdm Dr. Zl r I rme, dentist. goods sent to thesubacriber, will be forwarded free ofcom- this cause, and notice thereof te be served on thecomplain.
S.. d r Tr oh u a avi sio. freight passage, apflytoans solicitor within lour months Irom the date of this or -
m avdeu .. .h.ede rtthV ii -o u K. COLLlN&CO. 56outh t. ghe 914 Line ofPackets for iveipool will hereafter der, and in caseofthe appearance of the said defn-ants
impose, feel great pleasure In reommending it as an No oods received after Friday evening. mh depato in the followingorder, exceptingthat when the that they cause their answers tote compainantsil to i
agreeable wholbome, and efficient wash f be mouth. HOBOKEN FRRIS. eailgd falls onSunay, the hipwill sail otheu be fled and copies thereto be served on he complain.
No.11 Prk Place Newa prk, Jan. l1. The stamboa HOBOKN and ceedig d, viz ants' solicitor Within forty days after service of a copy of a
-. ELAAZEB. PARMLEY. INE ilpycntnlyb-Fo .Yr.Fo iverpoo said bill, amdid n default theneofsaid bill of complaint may a(
.. tllt ,m ,m .r- ,fi*. ll~o.'__. l.lrl)q llLwill'Iply constanulyoe- Frrom N. rorFo
aUrom N. Do.,g, aufqfactuier of Iliatloton Incorruputi ry street and Hoboken. Jul be taken as confessed by them and it Is furthisr ordered,en.
?le "ITe t aifd urgeo' Dentist, w ... ..The'N aRw itlleave al .teThe.OR HES one-P.O.Bey 7e e ns B r Ast
kjGenIQemen.-I con ider.,youur, Orrs Tooth WaSh the ment of each hour and half hour, and Hoboken every in- Mar.19 May 7 Moits, cause their appearance entered in this cause,
tin use. I whtkeeptIlconaiuiatly on band forthe 5 ermedlqtequarcerdurinetheday. Aug. us CSept.5 and notice thereof to reserved on the ucoplainants' solin- n
v at tin use. I WI h toka e i c n y n an t r e e r mediiitequairtor during the day. .u.. .t 19
o patients, pleaseeandoea Upply. NEWARK AND NEW- YORK-Fare, 1 Cents. Dc. Ti CAMBRIDGE-850 tons-Ira Jan. 19 tor within nin e months fro the dateo l or der;faninn
1-2 CaiaI steel, New Toik, July $, 1133. The PASAIC ill commence running on thelst March, April I B drley. (May 1 case ofcthe appearance of the said last named defendants
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ S 1". ata ter lo N uy DODGX The PA.SSAIC will commence running on theist March., 'g.
Jan 23 iga N. and leavs follows, (Sundays excepted): The OXFORD- ton-J Rathbone Fb 7 thatlney cause their answers to the complainants bi to e at
ADEAUs 96UXTID 6RXt*rH9N1N Leveaacly t. N.Y, Lav Nwak. Dec9 hi OFRD80tn-J]tah On.Fe.7 filed 'and copies thereof to be served on then compainamiteiii i
AD EAU',n CrBELdtA fiu r T aRr4*HiNltO neave Barclay st., N. A7 1 earsNewark. A 119 o June 7 solicitor within fortv days after service of a copy of said r.
S PL TE.Preared for pamn or weakness in the A 10 o'clock, A.M. At 7 O'clock, A.M. Oct bill, and in dealt thereof that the said bill ay be taken I
breast, aide, bok of llmbsb .alvo, tr gout, rheumatism, ,ml 4 o'clock, P -. 1 o'clock. V. M. The NORTH AMERICA-61(ton as confeed by tem. And it is further ordered that within t
iiverempleInt, an.dlopresion f ti .r giculdst at tactlk NmW YORK A ND 1 ARLBM RAIA RO*D CO. May W. Hoe. jupelp twenty day the said complainants cause this order to be
dicultofbreathing, oppreslonfthtiaoh, c,thy Nov. y published in the Stae paper and inthe New York Ameri. i
will give immediAte. sd soth ri L;d fqr plrsantI The EUOPE-18 tons-. G. Mar. can a newspaper printed in hecy and county of Nw
n mo s a s et f t e as rb a fti e i e gsr. a ft dledto ea ly,, 11 busp e srsr N o v .1"9 o f.t.e ws p a p e r s p ra t le a s i nt ho c i t an dach uw e e k ofo r ir w
0555 fetyaeast r7 .s to Jan q shall. July I York, and that the said publicati--n be continued in each
1204L ol~tho-oth~me. medies.. 8. Ba k onawhoe bdoisness n111111-11 leUM NT = m M yL
^'off ltwwhou^ or.P Ll m a V*iFt AkAG1kT Oct. I9 ,,_,, Nov.19 of the said papers at least onice in each week for eieh. In
or vocadonrequie lb he roinnd much.or, The COLUMBUS-663 tons-r 1. ,ir.19 weeks in succession, or that they cause a copy of this or. c
or avocatioflirequireoiarne shoeu sta.nd or st muchor I.TEiM` aa A. i,-l[tRANGEM ENT.. Oct.
those of glentry habits geonerally, who may be troubled On r.nd after the 1sday of May, the cars Wil leave Feb. TI Cropper. Cul der to be personal served on the said defendants re-.
wkitb paits in the side cbuiela.,-ire' aadvWeto trfWits of Wal er rteteeand Harlem, from 6 oleock A. M.8to June Cro r D i pectively at least twenty days before he time prescribed c
these b eutiful plAMeri" they afte essentially different olonk PM. M il tie following oider .6 o'clock A. M., .5Oct-i~ The SOUTH AMERICA-GIG tons--Dc
from all htetfs, S- -are free*foil these o j ctions which 8j,9,.,to;. IIt,12,1P. M.,an every half-hour until 6 Feb.10A ug. 7 mher p aa nce. JO H1D V O R s
a ^ ^ S ^ r.,---,.I,.^^^^ ....OV ^ ,"W "" ...... -SON'Re ._te .
are so reasonably madle against t Plaslu generallyy, o'clockcP. hIJunol. W C; B.artow. Aug. 7 fmhe Ir aJDegistey, a
The proprietor has had the pleasure of seli4nhm. Extra-cars wl. be floed, when requredbydparties, teThe ENGLAND--70 oStatefNow
Ilk ..be.. .n.whenrequiredby.partie. s, The ENGLANB .ons-B. to Mr.
a" ve- T ^^11^ "^1i^a thseihipTt re al -ot nlinya *5 Nh, t tp,,lto, .I.
daily for x-nulb tf yOGt76011lito&thisLiyt aa trip each way.'J 1pI ork, at the city of Albany on the nineteenth day f
thousands who have used tbeo, hebihas not heard of a so. N .2-Parsenfere observng _any neglectof, duty or in-MaAat drht
litarI compleant. Ty apatIohnIedrexwnevelyoythe _soienttangueonthe t -class,ocommandedby PeetEue
mial popfesion; andtheres notprobaby an inti om ny, request mak their ompaint at the men of chartend experec and r furshed with JohnN. odaiand othes vs EdwadTremayne
i t phsicia t 'he U .l ,iorr tht w d o e... Bower. y Torr.erorthe emmittee, store ofthe best kind. Every attenton will be paid d Sarah Henrieta Chaite hi wile, James S. Davis,
besitim t u^ccmo ^i^ it isii O ii siiewe mh2O .1 WHIGAM. uperintendent, asngrt P. T prooethi omotad ovnine- Isa Balwin Lewis Bayer, Augustus Morlcz and
Prat.!deacq ekuaiw~hu a coBBmpa don s* lsesindb fIA ARfLAf4UteMB with ihe proprietorsi of thS other lInes, at 9t4 me an y w hn wrt'lu tin ac to p ony er'el wh~ich willB be Commencing April lnt, 189: .^ wines, arid stores ot every description, arid-$i20 without. court, that the Defendants, James S. Davis aiid Isaac
punished "m .rgpy y. rs __*a1b. y i themwNO 1W JXRKY HOAD T"At SPORTATXON Neltheri hcaptain-or owner, of these shwwilbe "Baldwinresideouorth t of t
remnebef to aur 4.&iVIAt'U SIR n Q TH ENN CO..?A.. Y. .onibt e for any lette, plrcels, or packages sent by, United States, to wit the said James 8 Davis of he-
PiiaSe 10R, and 5 tk~t gUetV theK, directtalons thus a. them unles regular bill of Lading are signed therefore, Stte of' Peansy.vania. ann the said Isaac Baldwin of time
e hA re ind bxewt ....ttta^((e i iv how bils- will -. For freighter pasjae^ap pa o f New Jersey; aiid t appearing likewise by affida.
kee wi u a. ...in an ....eanld wialibe forward- .. .. -, .....
hadr tiy'O'b '*1^ Provinsc .f m'S^ GO 00F^' or~ 6 4 South at, N.Y. vit to the saciaf'iccion of this court, that the. saiddelensiant -
ordr, nd U ai5l ^oun maet h'ewoby To ara etSwseir Jer^e Ct''ad zabeth~own 37j api6 and to BA ING ROTHR &Ctvrol' dorm, of France, an"d that thae saaild deferndafntAeulguis.
perordr olndyltt un dt c4te oto nt- ; Rahway, CentS/ New Brunswick,75 cent.. LWVaPOOL IeInB OF PACKITS. tusMor relies out o
scllaae son. e In w t most...... ua--,rv ct NEW RUNSWICK TRAINS. public of Texas: on moon f Smth Barker:
e aveo umr .ua.n. whi ,tha h -ecom Leae New Yora(t thefoot f Lierty Bt) solicitor for the complainants, it is ordered that the
aned .eta.t ...l.il.. ........ to athoew At 8 o0Clo k, A. M-. daly W saId defendants. JamesS. Davis and Isaac Balwin~caua
P. "I.. do. York and Liverpool in the following
manedwuilha~ireoatect ui~wwin ToalIl'o Nienli tefllwn their appearance to be entered itn Ibis cause, arid notice
Ttiy srAiu4. t h. i.... i .,_,f,.-i-,,.i places only- 6 < P.M. dally (Su.daya excepted ) orhark. From hei
ThA y cia. B 0.1or ^ M CtielX at_ t. e A., Leave New BrunswIck. Aug17: r Nw r F fo u months from the date of this order, and in case of the
Atthe B erMci ne bowery, Mowrer,, ,S eventh At 7 o'clock, A. MW daily (Sunday exceptd.) d.ripaINDEPEDENCE, D 7Ja n 2 e appearance of ths a id defendants, that they cause their
nBad..a eelge a& &40 1 noon daily. EzraNys, Apr Mayv 26 answersto the complainas' bill to- he. filed and copies
mhk7 tw "* ....,-id '" r e P. M. do. (Sep 7 Oct 26 thereol to be served on the coiplainants' solicitor, within
fl*qt't'Bir^^t^y~r-^ 1r0! -91[a l ,,VNEWAfKACCOMMODATIONLINL. Ship ROSCOE, /Jan
I- -The ibaciit eg..t i e.t o \W. toe the Pri -nte (FoOt of Courtlandt St.N New York) J O C. Delano, F 'J fayltere r o p said bill ai in do.
hthe'(asOct 7 Nov 2n fessed by them ; snd, it is further ordered ehat the eaile
y ,ob l oPl-L to Pa'Th, .IEa. 4 Newark Shpln fur WrSHIGTON .-g T' Feb 7 Lewis Bayer and Augustus 'ri .au-e
ni bea e new moda, and en~e worknme~a of th 0La ..wr .ev Iwr hpGOWSIGO
ni h ed entierety netw douP, ,nd engaged zwr ofe 9 o'clock,'A. M. 5j Hy. Hoidredge, June7 July 253 their appearance to be entered in this cause, and
fl,sia ., thed fentdpartman.e w notice thereof to le served on the oaina"s'


us.. .. --t...rd.rs.wit neatIess and d tch,,
tosaecuteordera with nea nes sa ddpitcn .. ne in thi P.ShipSHAISPEARE, IMar7 Dec 25 solicitor, within nine months from the date of this order;
H is v a r ite y &a do ity l e 6 T y p l t n e i r t noe n- t ,= -9-64isw10C o n l
co-ntryI.ndulll4eo to0iee iedvatii he urthr begs 4 lj Edwar Cornel .Julv7 Apr 25 and in case of the appearance of the said last name,; de-
leate' to iat th t th wA easd i n e hee ships are all ot the firstclass, ab ycomnanded endnts, that they c&t teir aners the complain-
l-ig, aItdtirepth'ft D Be uBedi any other Foundryg I with elegant accommodations for passengers. The price' ants' bill to be filed, and copies thereof to be serveC on the 8
Ilifefpht, of passagearom New York to Liverpool is fixed at $i40 ; complainarts' solicitor within forty days after service uta
and ~~iiiI ,rautth( 4defaraltoedUrlable and lighte
dhiAtbt Lis U (Sundays exc pted.) romIlerpoltoNew York at 36 guineas, including copy of said bill, andtin default thereof that said bill may
tan tha in generiiUse. h ha e LeaveNew fork at ido'clock P. M and Ieve New. ine, tore and bedding. be taken as confessed by them ; and it is further ordered
In adltoa po t he te.wanTuactw e-ofT i'p.l.be ark at loo'c0tock P. M-('Phlladelpbia Train.] Neither the capa nor owner will be responsible for that within twenty days the aid complainans cause this
arrangements to I y thet~e Fre etwenlersy ity nd.Newak, 7R.tens, n, 0e'er0
arrangement t erad all int e Pate between Jersey Mity and Newark, 37j blls it. n letters, parcels, or packages, unless regular bills of order ib be published in the State paper, and in the New
ar or p-rlnoa g ..-. & ij .oflo Passengers whoptocure theirticketsat the Ticket Of- lading are signed therefore. Applyto York American newspaper printed in the city and
N dv l.ElM bej at Ii Fbn MINTURN CO., county of New York, and that the said publication be con.
to th iatsv,,eo oed *3i 'Typo,,-byjnta ;ceu, receive a, Ferry Ticket gratis, besides preventing IN NL c.
tOi adte", l. o onfusionnd delay after crossing the river. Agents, 134 Frnetor tinted in each of the aid papers a: leat once in each
kite foArtlH e otnb,.- *_ 6 .. E Tickets are received by the Conductors onlyron the elS- WILDES, PICKERSGILL k. O._ LLverpool week for eight weekein succession, or that they cause a
ewu YorGAuItt au 4 THOMAS U I, The Tow Tracks ntheCity ofNewark havebeenun LOND N edants rpectively, at leastenty dys before the
U1 uP'OM4 r'is airOWi tAjr.iuperwalpornisna ma derlet,and passengers will be carrledto andfrom the De- o sailorithe lot,lothand20thofte erymonth. time prescribed for their appearance. Copy,
F other"isnd, femsalebtborseubsrtAber.Also,Ea8-e poltomeet the arrival and departure of thetrainitor 6 m23aw JOPN M. OAVISON, Register.r


s nu,'T G, s0' ,tA6 ng, 111lbs" ibi 0oltheo oBodnon vaRirod on re 61Sep.CAmh3 as
Gupwe.i nitr ur 810 'APe t .BBC'.... .. sech 'h3
Gunpowder in c .art Sotig.. D ""o tntentqukh h30bot, ni arrro nger i a VT a ourt o* Chancery, held or the Sta.e o Pew
anyowdesr ,swarrng P edcl;44,r uickerand sinqZ AND AMDO Y RAI LItOAD LINE This Line of Packets, will hereafter b composed o 'Yaork, Oat the City of Albany on the flith day of1I
o Per 'n NP .. lNMarch, one thousand eight hudre and thity Le-
ferentkinda 4 r Vt e v PHiLA LI HIA. thefolowing ship, which wills ucceeder other in the present-Reubn Walwoh, Chancellor.
being manufactured by th sawie rbces". anl of I i e ordel in whichtbsy are named, sailing pAnctually.from Reyn a Moses anIlthers vs. Riard William Killick,
of equailurltJcy n"ly' 9 the also 9f the gram. NewYork and Portsmo;.thonthelst,10th and 20th, and Isaac Lopez Brandon, samuel Ward, James 0. King,



wd .Ais .uta& rum, sizes. th I~e efrom Londons.n Lhelie to Freeandld,7t!0.of sia.h moth
uperindI is made of .e s the T h from london on the7tl. ,17th and of each month dward Prime, Samuel Ward, Jr., and Donning Duer.
turgetfr bntr M.by,*red laW,. Daily, unday acepLed,) a 7 o'clock, A. M as Illows: appearing by ama to the satisfaction of the Co,
Alo, pkgswarrat edoflhelra.a t frompierNo,2.torthRfver. From New York. reL d.&Port. hatthe defendants, Richard William Killick and Isaac
:theufoliedbwik: O.i-I.n- J I SEVEN O'CLOCK LINE. Jan Feb 17 Feb.20 Lopez Brandon reside out of the United States, to wit: at
SV Md rough Bysteamboat INDEPENDENCE to South Amboy, May i ST.JAMES, Sbor.. Ju 7June20 the Iand of Barbadoes in the Wet Indies On motion (I
Cannon, br M iiior t --hfro thence to Bordentown, via Railroad. and from Sept.- IOct 17Oct.20- MrJoius Rhoades,ef counseltforthe cmpoiainnitai-b
o p .e T hnc. in samboat, and arive In Philadelphia at 2 Ja.g 0 Mar.1 ordered that the said Richard W.liiam Kiljlck and Isaac
NP1 Np -0 I-hn i a 'clombkoa t..naXrive Ma;inPhiLADIATORadeTblp hia a2 J 2Nov.Juy ..L Brandon cause their appearance o be entered andr
rhote three taintkinds are 90441 v N owY 'eing i Fraonthe above lin $ .' Forward Dock F -Mngay20 LDI OR T R to .JT. notice thereof to be served on the complainants' solicitoi
of qtt.qFatltyinrWUfatUO.wr~ tU ied st tbtL y. tobPhtlaDelphia, $2 25. Feb. 10 Mar.27 Alir. I witnin nine months from the date of tiii order, and in
They answer the bei tos btel JOCk,n. uot, a 2-YORQLD AND MONMIOUTH INP I By the7 Junelo QUEBEC H. Hbard.- July27 Aug. ase f their appea ce ha theycause ir answer to



his NoT.27 1a60 1: ease of their[atpeameeenthaththeyLcauseDtheir.answerrto
-itverygreatstBirngy k- t ,t. 1 o'elpckbdat, via RallroadtoHightsownfromthepceto Oct.lSa iN the complainants',bill to be filed, arid is eopy thereof to be
to r i. d~....~n... but rteold bystages. Faire to Freehld,$ 50. e2 Apr. 7 AT)r 10 served on the oplainans'solicitor whin y days
PNoFowt rwrtahd n ine, but uchra TRNTON LINE-By the 7 o'clock boat.Farp to Iune20WELlIGTON,!D.Chadwic Aug.7Au.10 ater service of aopy of aid bill; an indelaut thereof,



IOO $ U Y .. ... dldb ste. afteYservcenofathop tyofd billadelphta lultoterenf
"Alsofr au etn Ma.1 (D cd 7k Dr tO the said bill my be taken as confessed by thewm. Andi is
Uopn2ied.bythm $w dT n1 soe.- tr T t c. e T Apr.27 .ay1 i further ordered, that the said couolainarts within twenty
't,' j. JDUPONelBNaOUR8kCO. --arretqPmnhaudfgoUthAmboy,50cents. July 10 SAMSON, Russell Sturges Aug.27 Sept. 1dayscause this ordertobepublished in the State paper.an
W dren. ol,, 1 1 ::.IRA BLIk ,Agcnt. Nov10 ec.27oJan in the" New York American," a-1 that the said publicaC
JN pa'-tetdrOiirr oo-bigter alBreakfavit and Dinner op board- Breakfast, 58 cents; Apr. I) May 17 Ma 260 tion be continued roneach of the saii. liapers at least once
i. Lif r0a C untry Bay, written n by himself, exhibiting Dinner, 0 cents. Aug ONTARIO, Henry Huttlebon Sept.17 Sept.20 in each week foreight weeksin successioi., or that they
ath au ements'nap'--e- and pursue .. ":f children in Atl BIaggage aithe ikofitsowner. hi Dec.I1) Ja 17 Jan. 2 cause a copy or this order to be personally served on the
the country, wirih us joe Bwood cutd. Idlted by ViEW.YORK AND PHIL 4DELPHIx sAILROAD Theseshipsare allofthe first class, abjut 600tonsoui saa Richard William Killick and Isaac Lopez Braridon at
W owat oof IThe Book of t1lie s,' 'The LTen, and are commanded by able-and experlonced nan least twenty dayx before (he time prescribed for their ap-
Rrl .eof n g.Rd '-tC.1. r -- gholeaore. Greateare willbetaken that thebodsstores,&(. appearance. Copy,
Ra Le of England r Via Newark, New Brunwick, Princeton and Trenton. are of the best decriIon. The price of Cabin passage DAVI N Register


&PIS C0terleo 'dtLt K&N A stdn erfHus Betohio "Ma r Pilo t l~ine of ailod rm 4sy iy op- ON AVSN Rgstrl
SBycontiuou line oailoa from Jersey City (opo. now fe'd at $140, outward, for each adult, wilch i 4R H OGDEN Complainants'Solicitor.
sic Si~iban St. NVied 9,. sitesNew York) Into the city ofPhiladelphia crossing the %ludes wines and liquors. Neither the captains nor the mh.4* ipw w


lso, ?ascbroo o ". a ry y il a
Theo 1400 r or kPow a wSppnd ^ ^edited AtneRaiuroad Bridge a Trenton. *wnsrsofthese pac!-%ts will be responsible for anyie-'
t- aclo pcogssn yteunleseregular t o' fCacr edfrteSaeo e
Thedore r i a p Awne Leave New-York, fromte the foot of Liberty Street, daily. T a Cout of Chancery held for the Sae o New
ment,a Stoty,hbye or aI, a t of Ladihg aresin reor Applyto York, at the ity of Albany, on the eighth day of
J ust'rece ~for ka re'l--.
reNAoj, 161 .radav l I RINNBELL. MINIURN& CO. Mash' one1 thousand. eight huMake land theity-nine-Ple.
AM, tat;4roontavt..selY -;
W 1 ae 134Front at.. N.Y, sent, Reuben H. Walwarth, chancellor.
v.,. Uos, 0 a w o'eaI s retail-.. &PIS -
Rho" PACK4r ETS T5Olt HAVRE-UNION LINE The New York Lifb Insurance and Trust Company vs.
Es DPCFOInS fAS D PkgTA5ORUkG.,. Morning tine,, at 8 o'clock, A. M.1 K Alpheus Nash and others.
T"- i-ek at arl6itet tni ti perfect condition Mail Pilot Line, at 4) o'clock, P. It appearing by affidavit to thepsatisfaction of this court
AIsoi Mushrooms jare through inbeth lines. $4. = I-,i that Wilomam P. Randall, one of the defendants in the a-
Green Pease, Green Beans, Aparaguts, Stiawberrieui, Passengers will procure their tickets at the Office, foo bove bnritledcause, i' a nonresident of this State, but is
Pece.ht Chr-ies. Ragoberries, &c., and a variety .of 0ofLiberty street, where a commodious Steamboat will be ITosail from New York rnthe 8th, i6th,anda4th,and a resident of one of the United. states, *o wit. or the


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ship and county of Bergen, Situated at West H.boket
purchased by Samuel Swartwout, as will more iu;ly ap
pear by a deed of Cyrus S. Browning and wfe to sai
Swartw(,ut, dated Ma ch 16th, 1837, and recorded Apr
12th, 1S37, in Liber V3 of deeds for Bergen county, pagE
355, 356, and 357, for seventy-hundredthb of an acre.-
Said lot is bounded on the north and south by other lanc
of Samuel Swaitw iut, on the east by land of the heirs i
John -tevens, deceased, and west by Palisade Avenue.
All that certain tract of land and premises in the iowi
ship and county of Bergen, described In a certain deo
Irom George B. Innis to Samuel Swautwout, bearing dai
October 22d, 1836, and recorded the fifth day of Noveni
ber, 1R36, in liberT 3 of deeds, lor Bergen county, pac<
490,461, 462. and 463, for seven acres and three.hui
dredths. Said tract is bounded north by land of the hei
of John Stevens, and other lands of said Swartwout, eas
early bylands-oflthe-heirs ofJoin Stevens, southerly L
land of the heirs of John Van Vort, deceased, and wee
early tby Palisade Avenue.
&All that certain tract of land and premises in the :owi
ship and county of Bergen, described in a certain-dec
from Josiah Hornbluwer to Samuel Swartwout, dated tt
firstday of May, A D, 1835, and recorded the 14th (Ia
of September, l1-35, in liber P 8 of deeds for Bergen Cow
ty, pages 295, 291 and 297, for fifteen acres and even
seven.hundredths Said tract is bounded no therly t
lands of George B. Innis ainothers,easterly by the H
boken Meadows, southerly by other landofSamuel Swar
wout, and westerly by lands now or late of Van Wag<
nen Syms and other.
All that cetaii, tract or parcel of land and premlst
in the township and county of' Bergen, cur
veyed by Samuel Cassedy and Abel J. SmUi,tructae
of Anna Horublower, deceased, to Samuel Swarwoutt
deed bearing date tiefirstday of May, 1635, and is record
ed September 14th, 1835, in the Bergen county Book
Records, Liber P 3 of deeds, page 298, for eighteen acn
and bfoity-seven hundredths said land is situated
West Hobolen, and is bounded northerly by other lant
of Samuel Swartwout, easterly by Hoboken Meadow
southerlyby land of Samuel Swartwout and land of Co
nelius Van Vorat, arid westerly by laud of Van Wagen
Syms and, there.
All that tract or parcel of landland premises contain
two acres and forty two hundredths, conveyed by Jot
Stevens and wife to John, Robert and Samuel Swaitwou
by deed dated July 17th, IS15, and recorded July 20.
18i5, in the records of Bergen county, liber L 2 of deed
page 359 j this said lot of land was conveyed by J lin at
Robert Swartwout and wives to Samuel Swanwout I
deed dated 28th of November, 1821, and recorded 4th
December, 1821, in liber S 2 of deeds far Bergen count
page 239; saidtl tract is situated in the village of Hoboke
and is bounded on the north ty the Bergen road, aud (
the east, south, and vest, by lands belonging to the he)
of the estate of John Stvens, deceased.
Al.o, ail the right, title, interest, claim and demand
the said Samue! Swartwout, either in law or equity of, i
and to the following described lots of land and premise
nn ihe second day ofBpehuanrv lar standt i rv timn thek


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NOTICE S
T a Court of Chancery held for the State of New
L York at the City of New York, on the tventy ee.
nth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and
rty nine-
'rcsent-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
sat Circuit.
Ann Smith vs. James E. Underhi I, and Louisa A his
hi, Wiliard Leonard, Maria V. his wife, William R.
sdick and Henty J. Williams and John Kean, Execu
s, &c
It appearing by affilavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
at the defendant, William it. Fosdick resides out of this
ite, but is a resident of one of the United States, to wit
the State of Louisiana; ihat the defendant, John Kean,
sides out of this State but is a reaid. n' of one ol'tte Un
I States, to wit: of the State of Nw Jersey, and lhat
e defendant, Henry J. Willanis. resides out of this
Aite but is a reside-nt of one of the United Sts, to wit
the State of Pennsyivania. On motion of Mr. B D Sil-
man, of ounselfor the complainant, it is ordered that
e said William R Fosdick, John Kein and Henry J.
ilhiarumi respectively cause tneir appeaiance to be enter.
Iand notice thereof to be scived on Vte complainant's so-
itor within fcur inmonths front the date ofthis order ; and
case of their apt earaiice that tlieycause their answer to
s comiplainant's bill to be filed and a copy thereof to te
rve-1 on the comflainant's solicitor within forty days
ter service of a cupy o' aid bill; and in default thereof
II bill may be taken aa confessed by them. And it is
rttfer ordered that within twenty (lays the said complain.
it cause thi-3 older to be published in the Snetc paper and
Sthe New York Amenicnian, ad that he said publication
- continued in each of the said pipers at lea-t once in
ch week loreight weeks in sueebsion, or that she uause
copy of this order to be I ersonally served on the said de.
ndants, William R.Foedick, John Kean and Henry J:
Villiams respectively, at least twenty days before the
ime above prescribed for their appearance. Copy.
mh30 lawSw JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Couit of Chancery, held for the State of tew
SYork, at the City of New YorK,en the first day of
pril, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
id thirty-nine,
Fresent-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
first Circuit. -
RupertJ. Cochtan, vs George Abernethy, and Anne his
ife, Isaac Jaques and William G. Walrous, imp'd with
hers
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
hat the defendants, Georpe Abernethy, and Anne. his
ile and Isaac Jaques, reside out of this State, to wit: the
iid George Abernethy and Anne his wife. reside in the
iale of Illinois, and the said Isaac Jaques in the State of
ewJersey, and that the said William U. Watrous, is
resident of this Slate, but has concealed himselfto avoid
service of the subpoena issued in the said cause:
nd on motion of J. Blunt of counsel for the complainant
is ordered, that the said defendants, George Abernethy,
id Anne, hibwile, ard Isaac Jiques, do cause their re-
pective appearances-to be entered, and noticethereofto
e served upon the complainant's solicitor within four
,nhs fornom the date ofthi order, and in case of alfpear-
nce that they -respectively cause their answer to be filed
o the bill cf complaint filed in this cause, within forty
ays after service rf a copy of the said bill,
nd in default thereof, that the same bay be
aken as confessed against them; and it is on
ke motion further ordered, that the said William
Watrous do cause his appearance to be en-
ored, and notice thereof to ba served upon the corn-
lainanti's solicitor in three monls from the date of tcis
rdner ; and that in case of hisa pearance that he cause
is answerto be fit. d to the said bill of complaint, and a
opy served upon the solicitor for thu compla-ijat in forty
ays after service of a copy ofkliesaid bill and notice of
his order, or that the same betaken as confessed against
1m; and it is further ordered that, witnir. twenty duys,
he said complainant cau'e a copy of this order to be pub
shed in the State paper, eind alo in a paper published
ni he city of New York, styled th New York American,
nd that the said publication be continued at least once in
ach week, In edch of the stid papers, for eight weeks in
uccession,'or that they cause a copy of this order to be
served personally on the said defendants according to law
t least twenty days before the time specified for their
ppteianee.
(Copy) JJHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
ap2 Iaw8w
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
SY virtue of a Warrant of Distress issued by the So.
citoi: of the Treasury of the United Siates, pursuant v
he act of Congress, paesed Ilth May, 1820, to me directed
nd delivered, commanding me in pursuance of the ac
tforesaid, to levy, take ond sell the estate of Samue
Swartwout, Benjamin Birdsall, Charles L Livingston
and Mangle M. Q,iackenboss-as by reference to sai
warrant, or record thereof, in the office of the -lerk o
he District Court for the District of New Jersey, wii
more fully appear.
I have levied on thejal estate hereinafter described
and will dispose at pumic auction, at John Bucks Hotel
n Jersey City, on Saturday, the twentoih day of Apri
ecxt, between the hoursof twelve at noon, andfiveo'clocl
P. M.-the sale to c.-mmence atone (1) o'cl ck P.M. om
hat day, of all the right, title and iitere't of the sait
Samuel Swartwout, in awl to the same, which he had o0
he fourteenth day of October last, or at any time after
wards, vis;
All that certain farm or lots ofland ani premises situat
n the townst.ip of Lod', in the county of Bergen and Stat
of New Jer.-ey, lying between the rivers Papsaic an,
IHackensack, aid commonly called Swartwort's Mea
lows," rounded on the wept by lands of Israel Foot, wee
Lnd southeriy by the Passaic rver, south by the Newark
Day, easterly by lands of Anthoiy Dey, Esq. and others
on the norti principally by the Newark Bridge road, sai
o conmain four hundroti arid ten acres, more or less.
All that tract of land and premises at Weehawken, i
he townshipan:d county of Bet gen, being a water lot pur
hamsed by Sramuel Swartwout of Wi. C. H. Wadiell
ArcherGifiord and I rancis W. Brinley, bounded by land
if person.- t-,meunknowr.
All that certain tract of land and premise. at Hoboken
in the township and county ot Bergen, which wa punches
d by Samuel Swartwout of Mahlon P. Green aid wife
is per deed dated Fetlruary 2nd. 1835, and recorded on th
eighteenth da) of February. 1835, in Liber No. 3 of deed
rr oereen county, pages 103, 104, and 105, tor six acres
lhree roods aud thirty six poles. Said tract is bounded
northerlyby lands ol John J. nensoa and C. S. Wathini
easterly by lands of the hears of John Stevens deceased
southerly by the Bergen Road, and westerly by the east
irn line of the "'Hoboken Meadows property."
A1 that certain tract ol land and premises, common:
-wlled the Hoboken Meadows, in the township and count
of Bergen, v which was quit' ,aimed by Samue' Sc"rm t
3amuel .warwout, as per deed datedctme thmrteenth dayc
Ian",ary, 1836, ard recorded the firstday of March, i831
n Liber 2, 3, of deeds for Bergen couny, 1 ages 443, 444
ind 445, for three hundred and thity three acres, more o
leQa. Said intct is bounded northerly by Weh-wke
Cove, north easterly and easnerly by lands of the heirs c
lohn Stevens, deceased, south easterly by other lands
Samuel Swartout, and land. oftheheirsofJohn Stevemu
south weaterhv by lands of Henry Trapliagen, and lm
st John Van Vorst, westerly by lands ol the helm- of Job
Stevens, and mrorth westerly byiandsoftheheirsofCharl
Lop, deceased.
All that certain tract oflani and premises, in the t~wn


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that the defendant, Georee Clinton Ray, resides out of ndrews' rmons. moderalood by Daubeny
this State, but is a resident of the city of Manchester in the Brown's Comparative View of Ciri-tianity, 2 O -
coLnty of Lancashire, England. On motion of Wili hp Gray's Key o ted Tetan andchnAu nn'
Inglis, solicitor, and ofecounsel for the complainant, it is Cadoear's Sermonsand Life -
ordered thacthe said defendant, George Clinton Ray, cause Copmpnison of Established and Dissenting Churches
his appearance to be entered and notice-thereofto be s.r- Wardlaw's Christian Ethic, vo .
ved on tie complainants' solicitor within nine months from Penrose'dTrei ae on the Evidencesof Scriptute JiMa
the date ofthis order ; and in case of his appearance that Cles
he cau.e his answer to t! e complainant bill to be filed Klopetock's Messiah, in 1 vol
and a copy thereof to be served on the complainants' sol.- Burgess's Antiquities of Rone, 2 vole s
Scitor within forty days after service of copy of eaid bill ; Burgess's Lectures
and in default thereof that said bill of complaint may he O'Donuoghuo'a History of the Church andlGoUtt a
taken as confessed by him. And it is further ordered that Rome, 2 vol


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firnt circuit. goods ngereasItiswellxnownpeople dyetxtreibel
Daniel Russell, vs. Christopher Keyes, William H. shy in sprekig of cases of a delicate nature, e'enwh rq
Laumie, and others, ames Maurice, Jr. Solicitor. physiciaipreemiently ucessfl. 'iT
It appealirig by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court
that William H. Laune one of the defendants in the N pursuance of an order of the Surrogate oftbeCoftty
above entitled suit, resides out ofthls State, aild Vithir. iue I of New York, Naice is hereby given to alt persona
UJnited States, to wit, in thie District of Columbia e: on mo- having claims against Alexander Sydleman, lae-Of Preas
tion of William H. Bulkley, Eaquire, of counsel for the ton, Connecticut, deceased, to prebeit the samu wft ih,
complainant, it is ordered that the eaid William H. vouchers thereof to tie subscriber, atihe offide-o-W i
Laune, cause his appearance to be entered, and notice M. Peck, No.60 South street. in'the City of N-ew York, k
thereof to served on the complainant's solicitor within four or cefore the 25th day of September next' -
months from the date of this order; and in ease"f !isap- Dated New York, the 18th day ofMarcd, 1839. "i
pearaace, that he cause his answer to the complainant's ANGELINE SYDLEMAN -
bill to be filhd, and a copy thereof tobe served on thecom mhl9 lawOm Admialucatrix, &c.1.
iplainant'. solicitor within forty days after service of a co. I '' *
py of said bill; and in default'thereof said bill of complaint & C.WOOD, Satners, Printers Uttogari .
may he taken as confessed by him. and Biank Booh ManufacuresfW i8 Wall t
And it Is further ordered, that the said complainant (urnisa' Buildings) next door below th- Mechanics
within twenty days, cause this order to be pibhlished in dank, N.Y.
^^TS~ iS^^^r STATIO'J& NERY -Thevaricus articles;of fitatirom
the State paper and in the newspaper printed in the cityoo tl r a
New York, called the New York: American," and that hebcstqualij.
tIe said publication be continued at least once in each BLANK OKS -A general asrtento BNk Ac
week for eight weeks in succesion, or that hlie cause a jount Bor constantly for sale, or manufactured of supe.
copy uif this order to be personally served upon thesaid nor paper ruled to any pattern, aud bound inthe eate i
WilliamH Laune at least twenty days before the time andmost du able manner, at shorn notice
prescribed for his appearance. Copy. RULING AND BINDING executed withbfniosew-od
apll lawSw JOHN W. ALWORTH, Clerk. 'mnccuality
WRITING PAPERS, from the4ifferenitiantalct"Wies,
T a Court of Chancery, held for the Stats of New 9. variouslualitiew. Also, Cartridge, CopyigTacing,
York, at the City of New York. on the first day of -.d Wrapping Papers. .
April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine- LITHOGRAPHY.-T. & C. W. having pulch-ed D.
Present-William T MeCoun, Vie ChanceLor of the johnson's Lithographic Plates, Press, Rc. are nowpre-
First Circuit. nacad to furnish Notes, Drafts, Bills of ExchaasliB oS
fThc North River Insurance Company vs Isaac R Free. `.ti t Labels, &c. at sho t notice -
man, William E Dennis, the President, &a. of The Na. A gey.ral vscrtmeit of Law, Custom-house, andMar.
tional Bank, and Peter Fay. t, 4niile E.ank,coiiusLaintlyonhand, also, MepsoftheUni.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Cour tea States, and Pocket Maps of each Blate, Witin
that the defendant. Isaac hi Freeman, (a resident of this nd Travelig CasesPock .ukeWaet.PncCa
State) is at present absent therefrom, to wit; in Cleveland, to, Penknives Quills, Steel Pens, &c. RC
in the itato of Ohio. Onmotionof JohnSlosscn, ofcourn. "-T. & C W. arenow prepared to execute order
sel for the complainants, it Is ordered that the said Isaac printing. finding Ruling, or Lithograpby, with the dt
R Fret man do cause his appearance to be entered and oi'a3ne1anddeat3
notice thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor
within three months frim the date of this order; and that A GOOD MEDICIN chat performwwhat it -prmlhi
in case of his appearance he cause his answer to the corn- to, isa public. beieactor. Such the
plalnantis' bill to be filed, and acopy thereo'to be served NEW ENGLAND COVQH SYRUP,'
on the complainants' solicitor within lorty days after ser- has proved itself to be, by having beAn sucessullrtried
vice of a copy of said bill and in default thereof said bill in all parts of the country. Many thousand certificate
of complaint may be taken. as confessed by him. And it might be obtained of its value and efficiency-if the pro-
is further ordered, that within twenty days the said corn. prietors were disposed to collect-them, incorrobflatior of
plainants cause this order to he published in the State pa. which they wIll s aply give an extract ol a letter lately
per and in the New York American," a newspaper received from their agents, Messrs.-Masters Co. ol Prit.
printed in the city of New York, and that the said pub- land,.Me., whoe coughs, colds, and pulmonaryafectiona
location be continued in each of the said papers at least prevail as muchasany wlee; and where aagreat a va-
once in each week for eight weeks in succession; or tlha iety of remedies have been-cffered. They say, 'We
they cause a copy of this order to be personally served on hae universally recommended your Cough Syrup an u
the said defendant, Isaac R Freeman, at least twenty perior to any other cough preparation we know of aod
days before the time above prescribed for his appearance. we are h.ippy in being able to do so from ther nuiQriu0
Coy y, JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk. and unanimous testimonials inits favor from all to whom
apl6 lawSw we have sold it We believe your syrup will eventually
oBY order of Michael Ulshoef/er. First Judea of the lead all others in is efficacy."': The propi tors would
o o nPleaforthe ty andoun ad tha what gentl-men say is corroboratdeby moretoan
New York, Notice Is hereby eiven, pursuant to the provi. o h i ff of th coutr and
sions of the statute authorizing attachments against non. they therefore comifidenly recommend ii to the putufa "s a
resident debtors, that an attachment has issued against l v l m e as; bu-t il M be
tihe estate of Charles R. Briggs and Moses R.. Muntnresi f" n the moat efficaciou, utih most pleaant
a"nd greeble remedykiieEtti~h"
dents of the State ot New Jersey, and that the saute will be le remedy t e c wh Thy wl guantee
solH for the payment of their debts, uness they appear and this much by offering ft gratis, oro dud hepay n
discharge such attachment, atcoidlng to law, wihin nine erwy wle relief i ot obtained.
months from the first public( action of this notice ; and that Sld whojealDAebteprop Letors u"
the payment of any debts due to them by residents ol this GOPDa, baLusho & AuLEpw,ISGl ate.
State, and the delivery to them or for theiruse, ofanypro- A10 atretulltySR0hlcn & Apin3"iw iI B cre r
perty within this State belonging to them, and the transfer Anre, lc, 3 ody, a-e
^o any such property by them are fo.b.dden by law, and Ruo thnt ,T odadkBoa a,:6roer bch
are void.
Dated the 18th day of April, 1839 strem d 771 Broadway, corrhfet George W
LE..'..l. RUTHERFURD. Enmbtry,77 Eastliroadwa), corner of hitkct echtlsj D
apl9 law9m Atttorney forAttacning Creditor.! Iy-, .of Canaland Larans e
OTICE of application lor cte exemption of a deh- For sac e also a n above.L t ee.
1I tops person from imprisonment, puisuant to the TH OKE.IS 1-GOTH WASH. '
p'ovisiois of the fifth article of the fifth chapter of the se- This article Is confidently recommended f4, ito
con.i part of the revised statutes. Francis Sherwood, as stamtuse fall who wish to preserve a sound a ift ,
well in his individual capacity as oe ofthieh rm of B &F with healthy gums and weetbreath. 3o wthe esaii
Sherwood tion in which it -a held by the faculty, reeoilwd-aUei
Notice first published April 20th, 1839. Creditors to ap. have been received floa iha flowing, and acco aa
pear before the Hon. Rob-rt H Morris, Recorder of the each botielo wit-f---------------
Cit, of New York, at his fficein the City Hail of the Dr Ileezer Parmely, Dentlet, Park Place, I
said city, on the third (lay of July t.ext, at ten o'clock in ?eo Clay, Demiht, East Broadway, N ,T
the forenoon of that dlay. N Dodge, Denttst, Canal et, NY
Dated April 19, 1839. ape) lawlOw J Parnmiey, Deist, Augusta, Geo
A T a Court of Ghancery, held or the State o1 New T W Parsons, M D, Surgeon Dentist, BovioW, aieJ
York at the city of New York, on the 8th day of E A DavenportM D, Boston
.pril, inthe year onethousand eight hundred andthirty- S A Shuroleff,:a D do
*nine. Jno Randall, I D do
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the W Channing,MD do
first Circuit S M Weeks, M D.Tuscaloosa, Alai
James G. King, vs. Harriet B Alvord, Henry B. Al J H Harris, M D, Nashville, Tenn
vord, Bnnntng Alvord, Mary E Bunning, Dolly Alvord. S Leggett, M D, Surgeon entist, Zane i;.,
and Barsillasi Alvoid, Imp'd with al. N Peabody, M D, do le.a
It appearing to the satisfaction of this Court thatsome Edwin Parsons, M D,do rolandM
of the above-named defendants reside out of the State of W K Brown, D, do do -
NewYork, bu t within the United States, and thatothers F J Higginson, MD, Cambridge, Mas.;
of the said defendants reside within the State of New Dudley Smith, 54 D, Lowel, Mas.
York, but whose names anid places of residence cannot N. B-As some people's teeth require ar occaeloialU
be discovered by reason of their concealment within this 7wder for cleaning them, the Compound Orrib Tolon
State. anI, on motion ,f J. Blunt, of counsel for the Powder is highly recommended in all such caps, and,
complainant, it is ordered, that those of the abeve.named for sale withte above. a
defendants who reside out of the State of New Y-rk ICH FANCY NOTB PAPRI-S miples o t.S
causethelrrespectiveappearancestobeentered.androtice beautifully deeigned Week and ofhel i te $ N
thereof served upon tle solicitor for the complainant w received from Pais, and for sale at
wihon four months from the date of this order, and in UION'S 189 Broadw-
case of their appearance that they respectively cause tt-ir ap5 opposite John aL
answer to be put in to the bill of complaint filed In this
.cause, and a copy thereof to be served upon the Solicitor N AL Duft Green, soweil ftuim 4i fht4-#1r fO
for the complainant, within forty days after service of a the Washington Telegraph, is referred to for
copyof said bill, andindefauitl-eeofthattbesame maybe the truth of the allowing :
taken or confessed against them. And on like motion it is General Greenafew days aince a fsetid I, a pu 4
farther ordered,that those-of the eaid defendants who reside Pla^, thaLhe had used Hay's Li Uemntfor rho Pihe,'aid
wkihin this State, cause their appearance to be entered, and thattheeffect was veryastonishing, and thaihefetli hp
notice thereof served upon the Solicitor for the complain- duty to make kpown as far as in hispoWer, lto haisq ring
ant within three months from the date of this order, and fellow men that such do extrdordinary anacle was In eg.
that in case of their appearance that thev cause theiran. tence. He said ie would cheorl1s11d hinamn, md
swer to be filed to the said bdll of complaint, and a copy aidinextenoing its usefulness. Tiaislhut+Bie Mw
served upon the Solicitor forthe complainant within forty vsafelyay hundredswho havegi-on I k teetimn.
days after service of a copy of the said bill and notice o Caution.None can b genuine w WiR l
this order, or that the sBmne be taken as confessed against raved wrapper, and the signature of Comscuck & Vui.
them. And it is farther ordered that within twenty days scl by most respectable DruggictaiIi lJle Uf46naer
the said c mpliinani cause a copy ofthis order to be puhb- Agcy Ion wholesale and letali at No. 1"letch( e a
lashed im the State paper at d also in apaper punished in Pearl, at the store of C)MSTUfCK & CO-'
thetcitt of New York, styled the New York American anid 5OLOMOI HAI.
that the said publ~cation be continued at least ones in Wonderful I I-An AstonlabinB Fact l-ftay'..Lialmen^
each week in each of the said rapers for eight weeks Its has irow been used in some thnwe&hn cases, and no lftalure
succession, or chat he cause a copy of this order to be can be found. It will cure every and all cases of Plec.
served iernonallt o on the said defendants, according to No charge-without suchresuh. Apply atoll Drug Saw .
law, at least twenty days before che time specified for their a th
apparace (Copy JOHN WALWORTH, ih1N CUTLKRY.-Tnle subscrIUersall lustre~tel-
ap91law~w li 1 Clerk J ed pe r Sheffield, front Llverpool, a large awld choic

First Cryfi C
ATya Court of Chancery, held for the State of New Invoice 0 very fle Cumlery, froam the celebrated Qc.usef
Yrathtte City of' New York, on the twenty third sandson &c Sons, Sheffield, couesitingin part of thas fat-
day of April. one t bousand eight hundred and thirty- lowing, viz: S ... __..
nine- k^a'1en Lnivee,-a great Vir~ity'- -
Present- William McCoun, Vice Chancellor of' the Desk do, erosove ann pcarlfolderijl _-
First Circuit.Dikd, Papr isore, 9 in cases
Andrew Stark, William Whitcwright, and William T.. ab are r efl coffee incr e
Steele, executors of Robert McCrea, deceased, vs. Samuel J relbtve low r icest onere s' all, nl2
L. Gouverneur, Maria H. Gouveineur, Robert Tillot on, arl seet, by o -- a H
Otis Loomer, Charles C. Pearsall, George C. Ray, Jo.
hannes H. Lot, Frederick W, Boardmao, Sarah Besley, ap24 DAVID FELT & (i.
Henry W. Warner, Ezra L. Miller, Ebenezer Mason, j|ONDON BOOKS.-StJoha'. Sermons, f lhe f
Anthony Arnoux, and GabrielA Arnoux. lannilies, 2vols ass
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction ofthis Courts Thomas & Kempis do. 8vo Y-


NOTICES.

A T a Surrogate's Court, held at the City Hall of ts M
kC ity of New York, on the fifth day ofeMarch, one t
thousand eight hundred and thirty nine. 4
,Before James Campbell, buirogate of the County of p
New York. t
In the matter of the application of John A. eManning,
Administrator, &c. for the sale of the real estateol'Phineas
Manning, deceased. *%F.'
Whereas on the petition and application of John Angus
Malning, Administrator of all the goods, chattels, aid
credits which v'ere ofPhineas Manning, deceased, 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, arid that there yet remain debts un
paid. It is therefore ordered chat all persona inteiested in
the estste ot th said Pihineas Manning, deceased, he di-
rected to appear bnloie the said surrogate, at his office in
the City of New York. on the fiteenth day of May, ore t
thousand eight hundred and thiity nine, at twelve o'clock i
at noon, to show cause why authority should not be grant-,
ed to said administrator to moitgse, lease or sell so
mucn of the real estate ofsaid Piiieas Manning, deceased,
as shall be necessary to pay his debts. up4 law4w
B&Y order ot Daniel P. lngralam, Associate Judgeo
the Court of Common Pleas, for the city and county
of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant tothepr t
visions of the statute authorizing -tarhucita against non.
resident debtors,tkat sn attacmrnent has issued aga'nt the
es-ate of Joseph W. Walker, a non-resitent of the State
of New'viYork, arid that tl:e sane will be sold-for the pay
mrenitt f his debts, unless he appear and discharge such
attaeliment, according to law, within nine months from
the fist publication of this notice; and that the payment of
any debts due to him by residents of this State, ant the
delivery to him or for his use, of any property within this
State belonging to him, and tne transfer of any such pro.
perty by him, are foi bidden by law, and are void. Dated
the 8th day of April, 1839
SMITH B ARKER, Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
ap8 l aw 9m
A T a Court of Chancery held lor the State of New
SYork at the city of New York, on the first day of
April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine.
Present -William T. McCoun, Vice Chanctllorof the


IrB, HORNE has removed bs 1 ot.-206 4ul- I
ton street, between GroesWtc at. at, Iroqd 4y.
Strangers are respectuimiy appried to 1' .rOM Ni
wp bred to the Medical Profession In the city of Xjon'
in. has been a practical member o( said FacuXlyfP il-
42 years for the last 32 in the city of New Y44. His
practicefrom being formerly general, he hastongoofifned
o A particular branch of Medicine, which engage his
)rofour d attention, vli:-Lue Veneri& Scorbutus, Scro-
ula, Elept'ntiasis, and. In short, all dieaat arising
Ir-mavitia (d state ofthe blood His experience i very
;reat. His access astonishing. In many tho'4-wa i
cases committed to his care, of allgrades andetetyidegre
of malignancy, he has speedily restored his padentsho
health and a goundconstitution.
He cautions the unfortunate againotthe abuse f aer
cury. Thousands are annually mercurialied out of iI's
Seethat your case ie eradicated, not patched up. 'The
earned Dr. Bucihan emphatically observes Married
persons, and person. about to be married shouldbepar
icularly cautious of those afflictions; Whatadreadfui I
heritanc to transmit to posterity." Persons aflcedwith
protracted and deplorable cases need not despair of a
:o= plete recovery, by applying to Dr. Horne. Raceu
iflections, whertocal, are ;without Merciry,extrng-imli-
ed in a few days. Whatgrieves the Dr. In, that many
afliiceainstead of taking his salutary advice, hays re
course to advertised nostrums, where their. is no reponsi
ability, and the compounders iinknowa; by such moans,
throwing away their money, (where theyvaily hopeto
gave,) and ruinforeverthel; constitution. ,,
Persons who may have contracted disease, or supec
latent poison, are invited o a appication to Dr
HORNE. at his Establishment, No. reet ici
street, next the corner of Warren'. A fesideAce of thirty
two years in New York city, hac radically established
Dr Horne'acharactcrforsteriing honor' and basedonre
respectabilityand skill. Dr.Horn hi pro
a sure guarantee.
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients c.Ai jovf
come in contact.
Attendance until half past 9 I the evening.
No Letterstaken in unless post paid. Alicky letter
musthe handed la.
t3 Stultorum incuratapudor malutreuefajelat*."
-Horace's 16th Epistle. .1
P. S.-As long as Dr. Hornedesirestobenefitthe public
it is proper he should continue his adrertisemennt f6r tb









NEW YORK AIIJERICAN.
MONDAY KVNIMNG, APRIL t9, 1839
P.-
Ojic,,74 Cedar leet, etwo dors firovm roadway.

r On the first of May the oAee of the New
Yo.rk Amrican will be moved to No. I i Wall,,
corner of roN4a4 street. Subscribers who may
change their residence previous to the. first of May
*UI please leave notice for the transfer of their pa-
Sper at Ne. 74 Cedar street.

BUTCHBRu MlAT, MONOPOLT, kc.-There is
great romplaint of the. extravagant prices charged
in our markets foqr butcher't meat. Beef is sold at
from 18. to 8 cents per pound, aod veal in propor-
tion. These are certainly.enormous prices, and
wholly, above the average of other articles of daily
consumption, It is .therefore reasonablQ to infer,
that something, other than the natural relation be-
tween demand and sutipply, occasions the differ-
eonce. Can' it be the monopoly enjoyed by the
butchers? 1 Possibly. At any rate, we see no rea-
son for not applying, in this case, -the principles of
free trade, -and unrestricted competition, and we
suggest, therefore, the repeal of the market laws,
-which confiae the selling of meate,.A&c., to licensed
botchers--making proportionate compensation,'of
course, to the tenants of stalls, for the premium
paid by them to the Corporation for their stands
S the markets. .
It is becoming'more and more. settled opinion,
that the people are competent to" take care of them-
selves, and do not need the aid of the Legislature
or the Common Council, nor of laws or prohibi-
tions, in order to procure what they may eat or
what they may drink, and- of the kinds and
qualities they-require. In the case before us, that
of butchers' meats, it -is quite certain, we appre-
hend, that theprices paid in this city very much
exeed those paid in the vicinity-and it may be
* fairly conjectured, that if the door be thrown open
to. all,-a supply will rush is that will very soon
equalize prices. -We, therefore, would invite the
Common Council to the consideration of this mat-
ter. .It is-a movement that will undoubtedly haz-
ard popularity,for the butchers are numerous and
inluential as i class, and as we see -in thevery fact
of the prices they exact, and from t-ihe necessary
eftfcts of being .the exclusive beneficiaries of a mo-
nopoly -are in the-habit of acting together. It is,
Stherefore, we cal t upon the present Common Coun-
cil to take the matter up, because, as their term is
about expiring, 'diry may, perhaps, be more likely
Than new incumbents, to look at what is right,
rather than at what is popular. -
In very truth, however, we do not doubt, that -in
this, as in other cases, rightt and popularity will, in
the end, ouincids :; but .meantime, it is as little mat.
tier of doubt, that the interested parties, the butch-
er', will sir up an exceeding amount of public in-
qonveienn, ,,and 'that we shall hear much of
danger of short supplies, of bad provisions, and of
many other chimerical perils and sufferings, from
permitting all men that so efect, to be butchers, or
venders of Seat, as all men may now be veaderd
of lour, or wheat, molasses,orsugar-al very
. adulterable articles, andl yet of all which, good and
wholesome supplies, :t average prieS, are not
w wanting. L,
We conclude, therefore, 'ith praying the Com-
mon Council forthwithr to consider this matter.-

SMr. henry A. Wise ha written and published
in" the Norfolk Herald, a characiteristic letter, in
reply to some strictures of the senior editor of the
Richmond Whig on his course. From this letter
we v.extract the following paragraph :
I told the people that, in eannexion with the sub.
jec& I had not one word of denunciation to utter
against Mr. Rives. It-was true I had witnessed
his course inthe expunging scene, and, in thetears -
utter anguish, bad sworn, irrevocably Sworn, by
thel God ard the guardians of the Country and its
Constitution, ever to support any Senator who
had consented to that deed, for any office whatever
forever afterwards--Never That I had de-
nounced his course there publicly before the world,
and the denunciation hed risen up in judgment
against him when seeking to return again to a
seat in the Senate. But it had done its office ; t i
had been remembered in the right place, at the
right time, -and I was willing it should return to.
me again. That during the last Congress he. had
done much to earn the mantle of charity, and to
atone for that sin to all with whom it was at all
pardonable, That on many occasions of late, he
had nobly sustained the character of a Virginia '
Senator; and, in the last scene where I had wit- i
sessed his bearing, when attacked by his col-- -


league, (Mr. Roane.,) for his patriotic inde- -
pendences of party, his gallant and manly defence t
excited emotions in my bosom which prompted Cd
me to give him my hand,- and. to pledge to him t
that T would denounce him no more for the past.
I had always felt kindly towards him, and
had only denounced his. political acts. He f
.recipzocated the expression of good feeling, and 1 .a
shalJ forever keep my pledge. If will not denounce, j1
and will not be silent when others praise him. 1I
admire his talents, and his industry more, and join
all in rating him most estimable man and ac- V
complished gentlemen. But I still approve the c
oath which forbids me to favor any man's election, t
especially to that Senate who voted to desecrate
its records, and to humble its dignity to the dust, *
before a proud and passionate President. Put him I
any where else than there. -No: never send him
to the Senate of the United Btates again. That
ehall.be, if hisfriends choose, his highest punish- .
ment ; but inmi peculiarly there is political justice, it
No policy should reprieve him. It was a'n offence s
Which raised the Executive higher above the Con-
stitUtion, and debased the Representatives of the
States and the ieislative department lower, than
any othrr which has ever been .committed ; and i
that spirit of true Whigs which demands that the
King shall -be dethroned, that Executive suprema-
cy shall be pulled down, denounces the punish- c
meant as condign., ia
Mr. Wise speaks well in the above extract, and I
conceives highly of the dignity of the United t
States Senate, and justly of the enormity of the i
Expunging vote, which degraded and defaced that
dignity. -
He has forgiven Mr. Rivet, but he would not aid j
in returning him to the Senate. Would that the 0
Whigs of New York may be, and had beeao, as i
just to themselves, and to the character of the Se- I
nate of the United States, in refusing, for a like f
reason, to send Mr, Talmadge bark to that body I

S"FoarTT MILLoN DzMT."-Theproligate of the
Argue, who is constantly fleecing the State by '
e he rosf ri-tr< t,' strn- ^l- iiji t i, D ..n;n* K .ir l* -.1 L __1


tioned. 1.kMenuitA, f eptty 60oiectori J.
I C. Vanwyek, Deputy Naval Officer; Theodore
Anderson, Thos. Higginbotham, James Hamilton,
Clerks; and Joe. Snyder, Keeper of the Public
Stores. The report is, that Mr. Frick, with a pro-
per appreciation of hie own station and -character,
indignantly refused to recognise the authority of
the Committee of this irresponsible cabal, and
that, thereupon, the Convention- assembled again,
and, after a debate, decided that Mr. Frick should
himself be removed! They then appointed a
Committee to inform the President of this last de-
cision, which, it is said, actually proceeded to
Washington with the "orders" of the Convention!
What will be the result a few days will decide.

Tut CASs or Ge GaATIOT.-We learn from
the St. Louis Republican, that the jury in this case
which was sent out on Friday -the ,1th inst. were
discharged on Tuesday morning, the 16th inst.,
there being nu possibility of their.agreeing upon a
verdict. Another trial, we presume, will be had
at the next tirm of the United States Circuit
Court.
OFFICIAL.-APPOINTMINTS BY THiu PRIsI-
ViNT.-Wm. F. Haile, Collector of the Customs
tor the Districtof Champlain, in the State of New
York, vice D. B. M'Neil, resigned.
SLand Officers.-Benj. Rush Petriken, Register
of the Land Office at Du Buque, in the Territory
of Iowa, vice J. W. Worthington, resigned.
Edwin McNameo, Receiver of Public Moneys
at Helena,' ii the State of Arkansas, vice Davis
Thompson, resigned.

Ar'oiNTaNTS T THE PazaREiDEt.-John J.
Plume, Assistant Collector of the Customs for the
district of New York. to reside at Jetsey City,
vice Aaron Ogden, deceased.
James R. Thompson, Surveyor and Inspector
of the Revcnue for the port of Town Creek, Ma-
ryland, from the lIst of May next, vice W. B.
Scott, resigned. -
Joseph B. Gardner, to be Postmaster at Toledo,
in the State of Ohio, in the- place of Emery D. Pot-
ter, resigned: ,
Henry Howison, to be Justice of the Peace for
the county of Washington, in the District of Co.-
lumbia.
-We understand that Baion Frateion was libe-
rated on Saturday. The only political prisoner
now remaining in the jail of this city is Mr. C
HEunter, advocate.-t[Quebec Gazette.]

S [From the Savannah Georgidn.]
LATE FROM FLORIDA.
GARY'S FiRY, E.-F., April 20.
SGen. Macomb, I presume you have heard, has
arrived here, and is empowered to treat with the
Indians allowing them to remain in the territory
within prescribed limits. As soon as they become
aware of this, it is thought that.the war will be at
an end. They are tired of it. They have been
prevented from making their crops of corn, and
their ammunition is nearly exhausted.
SA party of Indians, some -15 or 2.0, were met on
the Sante Fe river by a party -of volunteers, and
were several times fired on. There was no one
killed, and one negro was taken by the whites.-
The Indians fired but one gun. Gen. Macomb
will.leave shortly for Fort King. more in the in-
terior of the Indian country. Five companies of
the 2d Dragoons are to leave ere long for the north;
headquarters, Baltimore-all of- the 4th Artillery,
save bur company, Capt. Harvey Brown's, have
left for the north.
[From the N. 0. Courier, lpril 30]
'LATEST FROM MZXIco.-We are indebted to a
merchant of this city for the following interesting
particulars of Mexican news, brought by the U. S.
brig Consort, from Vera Cruz.
.On the 6ih April, a fire broke out in the Custom
House at Vera Cruz, which was consumed, with
more than 1000 packages of valuable goods; also,
other houses adjacent.
It appears that the French squadron had not
Sailed, as it was by the aid of the French sailors
and engines that the fire at Vera Cruz was finally
conquered.
SGeneral .Mexia was on the 7Lh April, within 15
miles of Vera Cruz, at the- head of from 1000 to
5000 men. It was believed in Vera Cruz-that the
Mexican garrison would join him, and that the
city would soon be in his possession.
Another account says that the greatest conster-
nation prevailed at Vera Cruz among the inhabi-
tants and merchants, who feared the town would
be put under contribution.
The Consort brings *114,023, in spetie. tothe
following consignees,'in New Orleans; and- 120,-
00D for New York merchants.
[Communicated.]
THU MODERN POLITICIAN-A Character.
"The modern politician is a very scurvy sort of
fellow. He is the old-fashioned statesman in his
west state, animage of fallen, greatness, shorn of
lis beams. The sun of his glory is set, and his
lath is illumined only by the flickering light of
ntrigue and cunning. It is a noted saying of the
Ireat Lexicographer, that Patriotism is the last
resort of a scoundrel." This is true in the present
lense of the phrase, for is not patriotism now a


nere mask, a name? 7 It is very far from true,
however, in the correct meaning of the term. In
he real view of things, politics is a science of great
dignity, worth and usefulness, and requiring, in
he practical part ef it, the most consummate tact
and nicety. Jt requires great knowledge, both of
acts and opinions; of persons, their characters
and manners and motives; a comprehensive
judgment, firm principles, unswerving integrity, a
ofty tone of thought and action, far-reaching
views, keen penetration. To make the character
complete, the- accomplishments of the polite gen-
leman, the resources of the hard student, and the
eloquence of the practised orator, should be united.
Nor are all these worth any thing to the possessor,
f he do not superadd to them the qualities of a
nanly character: honesty, moral courage, human.-
ty, jcstice."- No trimmer, no party man; but a
tiff.necked patriot of the times of Cromwell and
our own Revolution.
SThis character has gone quite out of fashion. It
si sneered at, at present, as out of date, and behind.
he spirit of the age. It is certainly ill-suited to the
current state of things, being too unbending, strict
and rigorous, to find favor with the complaisant,
awning myrmidons of popular power.. It wants
the urbane spirit of the courteous demagogue, the
upple policy of the hireling, courtier.
The-modern politician is a man without inde-
paendence of opinion, or freedom of will. He is a
practical fatalist, a. philosophical necessitarian-
obliged to act, think, and speak exactly in the
spirit, according to the views, and in the very
phraseology, of his party. He is, politically, an in-
ant after the age of 21, never attaining to maturity
of judgment hi the eyea of party. If he once pro-
Saumea to set up the heel of the political vessel, in
ever so slightly a different state, he is turned off
fr--A -- imw tinonu sailor T.He mnmut follnw in


t(Fre' ihe iflfinan4 frhli~
GENERAL SCOTT.
The following handsome tribute to the charac-
ter and services of Gen. -Scott, is said to be from
the pen of one who knows him well.
Extract of a Letter from Washington.
"The manner in which this gallant officer has ac-
quitted himself within the last years upon our Ca-
nada frontier, and lately among the Cherokees, has
excited the universal admiration and gratitude of
the whole nation. Owing to. his great popularity.
at the North, his (horough knowledge of the laws
of his own country, as well as those which govetr
nations, united to his discretion, his great tact and
experience, he has saved the country from a -ruin-
ous war with Great Britain. And by his master-
ly skill and energy among the Cherokees, united to
his noble generosity and humanity, he his not on-
ly effected what every body supposed could not be
done without the most heart-rending scenes of
butchery and bloodshed, but he has effected it by
obtaining the esteem and confidence of the poor
Cherokees themselves, They look upon him as a
benefactor and friend, and -one who has saved them
from.entire destruction.
"All the Cherokees were collected for emigra-
tion without bloodshed or. violence, and all would
have been on their way to the West" before the
middle of July, had not humanity induced Gen.
Scott to stop the movement unil the 1st of Sep-
tember. Three thousand had been sent off in the
first haf of June by the Superintendent, before the
General took upmn himself ithe responsibility of stop-
ping the emigration, from. feelings which'must do
everlasting honor to his heart.
An anoproval of his course had been sent on by
the War Department before his report,giving infor-
m-ition that he. hid stopped the emigration, had
reached the seat of Government.
"In the early pwrl of January last, the President
asked Congress for enlarged powers, to enable him
to maintain our neutral obligations to England-
that is, to tranqtiilise the Canadian frontier.
"Befor, the bid passed Congress, Gen. Scott had
finished the work, and effected all its objects. These,
tob, he effected by flying from one end of the fron-
tier to the other in the dead of winter, and during
the severest and coldest period of i'.
He returns to Washington, and is immediately
ordered to the Cherokre nation, to take charge of
the very difficult and hazardous to his own fame
of removing those savages from their native land.
Some of his best friends rtgretted, most sincerely,
that he had been ordered on this service; and, know-
ing th'disposition of the world tocavil and'complain
without cause; had great apprehensions that he
would lose a portion of the popularity he had ac-
quired by hisdistnguished success on theCanadi in
frontier. But, behold the manner in which this
last work has been performed There is so much
of noble generosity of character about Scott, inde-
pendent of his skill and bravery as a soldier, that
his life has really been one of romantic beauty and
interest. You recollect his conduct when on his
way to takecomm.ind of the Army engaged in the
Black Hawk war. The corps he hid with him
were all stricken down with the cholera before' he
joined Gen. Atkinson. What was his conduct?
Did hie leave them to their fate, and fly to the Ar-
my of the gallant and accomplished Atkinson, his
warm personal friend, in order that he might
tnaich from him the laurels for which he had toiled
so long, and which he was just then on the point of
winning ? No; he clung to the sick soldiers, dy-
ing all around him with the dreadful pestilence,
and exe ted himself,ay and night, to save them
from tihe grave, to the imminent hazard of his life.
He could have taken command of the Army-it
was his right. But behold his magnanimity! In
ts scene of General Scott's life, he shines more
brilliantly, in my estimation, than in the most glo-
rious battle he ever fought. I will not except his
elegant battle at Chippewa,' as it has been called,
where two perfectly disciplined armies met upon a
plain in the open day, on the 5th of July, 1814,
and, under a bright summer's sun, took a fair field
fight, aided by'all the discipline and skill that the
science of 'war 'could give them. ,Scott whipped
his enemy off the field fairly, although his army
was inferior in numbers. Nor will I except his
bloody t-attle of Niagara, in which he had three-
horses killed under him,.and where he was most
dreadfully wounded himself, -after having made
several chargesupon the enemy, which, for courage
and desperation, the British officers themselves ac.
knowledged-was never surpassed. In this battle
one half of Scott's command was either killed or
wounded !"

[From late foreign pipers.J
THE TOURNAMENT AT EGLINTON CASTLE.-
Every preparation 'is making for this splendid re-
vival of ancient jousts, which is to take place in
September. The artists in London are busily en-
gaged in manufacturing the appropriate costumer..
The festivities will continue upwards of a week,
three days being devoted to tilting. The knights,
about 30 in number, will each be attended with
two esquires, besed,-s pages and numerous retain-
ers. The following are some of the Noblemen
and Gentlemen already knighted :-The Duke of
Beaufort, Marquis of Waterford, Earl of Dun-
more, EZrl of Craven, Earl of Hilsborouih, Vis-
count Castlereagh, Lord Suffield, Lord Gardner,
Lord Forester, Lord Alford, Lord Alfred Paget,
[ion. Major Henmker, Hon. Capt. Maynard,
Hon. C. Forrester, Sir F. Johnston, Captains
Fairlie, Lamb, Houston, &c. Lord Jocelvn will


prove iecreant knight, htvingjo.ned the 15th Hu-
sars intending shortly to proceed to India. Bat
costume, tableaux, and all sorts of diversions a L'an-
cienne regime, are to take place.
CLEANLIKESS. -There is a homely, but very
forcible, expression (most homely. expressions are
forcible) that cleanliness is next to godliness:"
meaning thereby that habits of cleanliness tend
not only to health of body, but to that state of
moral feeling, which becomes man as the chief
creature of the Almighty. One of the first acts of
mental degradation is neglect of the person; filth
and rags arealways associated with misery, and
often with vice and crime; and this remark applies
to nations as well as to individuals; for we find
that the nations lowest in the scale of civilization
are those which are deprived of political freedom,
of domestic comfort, and of mentalculture. A marn,
even though the most valuable portion of his time
be devoted to hard labor, if supplied through such
labor with the means of procuring domestic com-
forts (provided he have not lost his seltf-respect by
vicious habits) is necessarily an elevated being.-
Labor does dot degrade him ; but, on the contra-
ry, renders him respected and respectable, it makes
him valuable to his country and to himself. We
seldom see such a man dirty,or his family in ragss;
he has that within him which produces the exalted
feeling that he is a free man, possessing and enjoy-
ing the rights and dignity of freedom.
LINDEN, Oil LIMa TRe.-A gigantic lime-
tree is now in existence at a little distance from
the village of Ivry, half a league from Salins.-
It is ten feet high from the ground to the com.
menoement of the branches, and thirty-five feet in
circumference at that part. Its entire height is
nearly one hundred feet, and the circle formed by
its branches amounts tb two hundred and forty-five
feet. Its trunk consists of a thick bark, under
which is a layer of wood, from fifteen to twenty
inches thick ; the interior surface is also covered
with a bark, which rises from below, and comes
down from above ; till the two have, in some pla-
ces, met. The intiabitlnts ascribe to it the age of
eight hundred years, and have cut a door in the
trunk, by which means eight people have dined
within at a round table. This tree is the more re-
markable, as the lime is not famed for its longevity.


f14om the .Aiiny .eseninf Jottmiri}
LEGISLATURE.
Ix SENATE.
SFriday, half past 3, P. M.
The bill from nlthe'House for the contrUction of
the New York and Erie Railroad as a State work,
was taken up for consideration.
MXr. Young said itr was the duty of the Senate,
when this bill should come in, to postpone-it in-
definitely. He moved that the committee of the
whole now rise for the purpose. Carried.
The bill was then reportt.d to the Senate-the
question being On granting the committee leave to
sit.again. The Senate not Le:ng full, the question
was postponed.
Saturday, April 27
Mr. Tallmadge presented a petition of 2218 in
habitants of the city of New Yo, k, of both p.rti-s,
for a registry act, or sone other law to prevent
frauds at elections. Referred to ihe committee on
elections.
The bill to authorize a survey of the Cone-
wango Canal route was ordered to a third read-
in g .
Also he bill to authorize the city of Albany tc
borrow money to aid in the construction of the
Albany and West Stockbridge Railroad, with
amendments, cutting down the sum authorized tc
be borrowed to .400,000, and providing that the
question of borrowing be submitted to the deci-
.sion of the people at the polls at the ensuing char-
ter election.
.New York and Erie Railroad.
On motion of Mr. Wager, the committee of the
whole had leave to sit again on this bill.
Bills read a third timeand passed :
To amend title second of chapter fifteen of the
first part of the revised statutes relative to common
schools.
IN ASSEMBLY.
Four o'clock, P. M.
The House concurred with the Senatein its
amendments to the bill to incorporate the Kingston
and Middletown turnpike road.
Also, to the bill to incorporate the Syracuse and
Oswego railroad company.
Also, to the bill to incorporate the Troy Savings
Bank.
Bills read a third'time and pissed:
To promote the culture of silk. Ayes 76-
noes 19.
To incorporate the Spanish Benevolent Society
of the city of New York.
For the relief of the St. Luke's Church in the
city of New York.
To incorporate the Grange Cemetery Associa.
tion.
Directing the Secretary of State to furnish the
literary colleges of this State. with copies of the
laws of the State of New York and the documents
of the Senate and Assembly.
SIn relation s o the powers and duties of certain
Judges.'
To secure the trial by jury of any claim to a.fu-
gitive alleged to be held to service or labor under the
laws of any other State-87 to 5.
To prevent defacing of bank bills.
To incorporate the Allegany Slack Water Navi.
gat ion Compuny.
Mr. Scores, in pursuance of previous notice,
moved the. suspension of the 49th rule, so as to
rconvider the vote upon the bill in relation to the
.Bowery Savings Bank. Carried unanimously.

Governor Seward has addressed a communica-
ti.n to the Legislature, recommending that Richard
R. Voris, Walker. Todd, John Fisher, Joseph
Hunt, and 'Henry Romier, inspectors of the Sing
Sing State Prison, be removed from office. The
grounds of their, recommendation, he says, will be
found in a report of the Committee of Assembly
upon State Pris. ns, submitted to'the Assembly on
the 30th day of March, 1839.

[Frem ,hs Boston Jtas.J
LAUNCH.--A beautiful sloop of war of 530 tons,
was launched on Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock,
from the Navy Yard, in Charlestown. She is of
the second class, and is pierced for 18 guns,
but rates and is to mount but 16, viz: 14 32-lb.
carronades, and two long twelves. She is called
the Marion, and is named indirectly after the gal-
lant and distinguished General Francis Marion, of
South Carolina, well known in our revolutionary
annals. According to the existing law, all ves-
sels of this class are to be named after bur towns
and cities, and so great a favorite is AMarion, that
upwards of twenty flounshing counties, towns and
villages in the Southern-and Western States, bear
that celebrated name, and the Secretary of the
Navy has wisely autaied himself of this circum
stance, to perpetuate the. memory of a brave and
veteran officer of the revolution, by giving his name
,o a-gallant sioop of war. The vessel.isone of six,
built in pursuance of. a recent Act of Congress.
We understand she is to be fitted out forthwith.
The Marion is the Ifith.sloop-of.war tlhat has been
launched from the same ways, at Charlestown,
within a few years, viz: the Boston, Falmouth,
Warren, Cyanr, and Marion. Not the slightest
accident ocoirred.

Naw JsaRav STEAM NAVIGATION Co;-We are
gratified to learn that the whole stock of this Com-
pany, which it will be recollected was chartered at
the late session ot the New Jersey Legislature,
was duly subscribed on Wednesday last.
The capital, we understand, will be chiefly fur
nished by a large financial House, whose names
have for some time been honorably connected with


some of the most important enterprises in this part
of New Jersey, and who h-ve contributed largely
to public improvements.-[Newark Daily Adver-
tiser.]
ATTEMPT AT MURDKRf-FoUR MEN STAB..
BCD !-One of the principal streets of our quiet
city was the scene o, a bloody affray on the even-
ing of the 13th insteatt, between two negroes of
the name of Philip Robinson and Henry Griffin,
the former a Portuguese, and four young men of
the name-of Henry Lester, Wm. Leopard, Enoch
Crandall, and James Crocker.
It appears that the two negroes with wenchcs
ware passing the three -last named individuals,
when one of them was jostled by one of the young
men ; this led to severe language on the part of
the negroes followed by blows on both sides, when
the Portuguese drew a knife and commenced
thrusti'.g right and left at his combatants.
He aimed a blow at the heart of Lester, but for-
tunately the blade glanced downwards from one ot
the ribs, burying itself to the hilt in the superficial
flesh. He stabbed Leopard in the fore-arm, in-
ft cling a very serious 'wound upon one of the prin-
cipal arteries, producing a dangerous aneurism : he
also pierced Crocker in the back, andgashed Cran-
dall seriously in the neck.
The crimson marks of this tragedy were visible
next day on the side walk, and the deadly weapon
of the assassin was shown to us by the officer who
arrested tho negroes the same night. It was a
spring-back Spanish knife, with a stilleto blade,
and was encrusted with blood. The last blow was
given with such force as to bend the spring, causing
it to close upon his hand, culling it badiy.
The two negroes were both held to bail, Robinson
to the amount of 01000, and the other for 400,
and are now snugly secured in jail, where they will
await their trial.-[New London Gaz.|

DiSTRaSSINx ACCIDNNT.-Loss or Llvzs.-A
slip from the office of the Norfolk Beacon dated
yesterday 4 P. M., states thai a letter received in
that place, written from the Frying Pan Shoals,
and dated the 15th inst,, communicates tie intelli-
gence of the drowning of Captain C. Gardner, of
the schooner Washington, of Norfolk, and 4 hands.
On Friday night the wind blew heavy from the
nnrthwestl andi tha veal anhnchr.d in ,a D.......


i tIItfrit A, Uiivusi&t O WAsItlMrl8i0'Ii #O IWN"Np
AUOUVATnON.-Tomorrow this anniversary is- to be I
celebrated by an Oration and Public Dinner, got
up most appropriately under the auspices of the LA
Historical Society. The oration will be delivered The pack
'by John Quincy Adams, in the. Middle Duich derholdt, ai
Church, in Nassau, between Cedar and Liberty Plymouth,
street. The doors will be opened at 11 o'clock. Have on t0
In order to prevent any rush, or overcrowding, -25ith. We
tickets have been prepared, which are to be had for the Lon<
at the Historical Library in the Stuyvesant Insti- mo.fh.of th
tute, and of the members of the Committee. H. M. sh
The dinner is to take place at the City Hotel at to be eommi
5 o'clock. Admiral Sit
The associations and incidents* connected with ker is to be
the great event, to be thus celebrated-the condi- The Win
tion of this people half a century ago and now- Admiral Hi
the happy influence of the institutions- to which canstation.
George Washington, as President, then first gave The Lor
form and direction-the past, the present, and the ntw engine
future, looked at in connection with the occur- be named ti
rences of 30th April, 1789-will find, there is no and carry
hazard in saying, a most fitting commentator and placed on b4
expounder in John Quincy Adams.. The folio
article on it
CHRCN oF THE M SIAsH.-We are requested Weekly Ct
to state, that this Church, erected in Broadway, dication the
opposite Waverley Place, by the Second Unitari. -has i3en ca
an Society, will be consecrated to the service of portentout.i
God on Thursday next, at 4 o'clock P. M. The IThe.Col
separate (.t
Sermon will be preached by the Rev. Orville ending)wit
Dewey, Pastor of the Church. native, by
The regular worship in the Church will corn.- of the Presi
mence on Sunday, May 5th. The pews will be attempt On
tary possess
sold at auction on the following day at 4 P. M. no reason

We learn that the Regents of the University" ftioe midst
of Governor
have commenced their investigation into the affairs moderation,
of the New York City University, in the College once in thi
edfice, -with open doors. "1yth and Y
Mowny Mi
The following is an extract: of a letter from E. buyers andat
C. Delavan, of Albany. to the Secretary of the 60 to 62. Irn
American Temperance Union, dated Rome, (Ita. 'Bank Stock
-v^Jn2i 65|. t. But1
'ly,) Jan. 22, 1839. Quarter bel
"I have this day had an audience with cardinal
Mezzofante, being the most extraordinary man
living, in his particular department-hespeaks
45 languages-he gave me the names of several In the shi
distinguished Romans, whom I am to see. I am Hitehcock,-
also to have a private audience with the Pope, Ott.
relative to my mission, at an early date." In the bai
Mr C E Al
RECTOR'S TRIAL.-After four days' ineffectual In the bri
attempt to impannel a jury, the trial at the present Carding, of
Oycr and Terminer in this county has been aban- In thea sc
doned. Previous to the circuit, an extra .number TuftsiU S
of24additional jurors was ordered to besummoned; In the bat
and during the court, tales from the county of 25 ; Petersoni, E
and then 80, and then 125, and again 10, was also and Miss ]
ordered-252 jurors in all answered and were He'vliger, 0
sworn- 225 were aside on change for cause; that of Barbadoe
is, they had formed or 'expressed opinions in the Inthe bri
cause, as to the prisoner's guilt or innocence-four U.S. troop
were set aside by consent-thirteen peremptorily In the shi
challenged, and ten were sworn as jurors, none of Croxall, U.
whom was discharged on the third day foi sick- Raymond.
ness'. The cause is to be removed to the Supreme na ; G Adi
Court by certiori, to the end that a motion may e liet, and All
made by the District Attorney, at the next May of do; Mis
term in New York, for a change of the place of and lady, I
trial to some other county, steerage.

An Anti-Slavery Womer's Convention is to be i" WIN]
held in Philadelphia next Wednesday. It is call- MORROW, i
ed by Sarah Purh and Mary Grew, in behalf of Carlisle street
the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society. deira Wine.

SFrom the Portland Jdvertiser.] ALSO-eAty
sale of veryC
INFIDELITY iN EN#LAND.-A Bath (English) R hine, Rhone
paper says that Robeit Owen, the founder of the Gin, Porter, B
Social System,' met with a signal defeat last Port
week, at Reading. Mr. Owen had challenged the the stoaeofM4
clergy of that town to a public discussion of the proved notes a
relative merits of- Socialism and Christiani-' ap29 it
ty. The Rev. -Mr. Legg took up the glove, -
and before an assembly of upwards of eight 5-Until t
hundred breathless, quiet auditors, he .nobly The Manhatts
vindicated the divinity of our faith, and rendered Nassau st.
the wretched infidel who was opposed to him lite-
rally speechless. Mr. Robert Owen is father of V3" NEW
the well known, or much known Robert Dale lowing ticket i
Owen, who formerly edited an infidel paper in for support at
New York. He is now in Indiana, the owner of theS 0th Instan
a large property, purchased by his father and Chambers stre
given to his sons. Robert, Jr. is also a memlr of New street, an
the Legislature of Idiana. l atte oee of
G, vLIA C.
SALES OF STOCKS THIS DAY. WiLttAx 1
Reported by S. J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and I xehaaig WILLAM S
Broker, 22 Wall street, and 130 Broadway. -' WILLIAM]
60 shares U S Bank.............. ll -<4 WI.LLIAM
160 do do...........114.--.ll43- ssH
'60 Phenix Bank..................o51--10 NATHAHIEL
75 Delaware and Hudson.......... 81 $-c *Inthe place
40e do do.............. 1 -c who decline a
5 do do........... 8-b 30 N
50 do do.'..........."81 -s o30 .
100 do "' do.............. 81 Aspeci
O -- do do............1*--n w wlhlbeheld ati
50 do do ............. 103 --da w


6 ,O do ............ -e4*-b 60 By order,
65 State Bank ................... 109f-c ap26 St
6 Amnercan Ex Bank............. 9g
50 Kentucky Bank.............. 831-b 30 J NEW
20 Qqtimerclal Bank(Natchez)... 80 meetingofthe
0O Vlckqburg SIans................. sl-3 d o
16 do ............61--c wlli beheld at
26 Wuashington Ins ................. 77 lst day of Ma]
40 rUver IS.................100 The Poll for
2D North Amer. Trust............... 114
25 Mohawk Railroad .............65.. -b S0 opened at 12 o0
120 do do............ 64*-c r F.M.
25 Harlem Railroad ........... 64 -c
210 do do .............. 64*-c '3ThaPri
25-- do do.............. 4-b 80 ds respectlullygh
60 Boston and Providence Railroad... 107 -th w remaining till i
10 New Jersey Railroad............. 102
10 do do .............. 34 few vacancies,


NEW YORK AUCTION SALES-April 27.
By D. C. & W. Pel4.
LTerma-cash.l
Coffee-S61 bags Laguira, at 9|al0oic.
Sizing-40 casks London, at 2c.
Wines -6 casks Madeira at aSc; 270 cases Claret, at 21
a2J.
Candles-.10 boxes sperm at 26c.

NW OLEAMNS, April 20.
CoTTON.-Speculations of a curious nature are going on
In cotton. A new actor bas lately appeared on the stage,
purchasing large quantities at the current prices. We
are informed that ,i 8000 bales sold yesterday, he was
the purchaser of 6000. and that he had previously pur-
chased a still larger que.,tity. Some say this gentleman,
who is reKarkauble for his ahrewdnoss and intelligence,
is an agent of the United Stiates Bank-others allege that
he is buying for a celebrated banking house in London.
and others that he is trading on his own bottom. One
thing seems singular, that while he is making large pur-
chases, he is publ'shing circulars, the object of which is
to raise the price or coton.-[Louisianan.]

MARRIED:
In llBuffalo, April 22d, et St. Paul's Church, by
the Rtv. Dr. Shelton, Lieut. J. H. Simpson, of the
U. S. Topographical Engineers, to Jane E. Champ-
lin, daughter of Stephen Champlin, Esq, Comman-
der U. S. Navy.

DIED:
On Saturday morning, April 27th, after a long
and painful illness, Augustus Ryker, in the 33d
year of his age. I-His remains were taken from
the residence of his brother, John Ryker, Jr., No.
6 Thomas street, this morning, to Connecticut,


for their sons o
sonally, at the
ap19 2w


j" NOTICEL-A meeting of the Directors and Stock.
holders bf 'the MISSOURI MINING AND SMELT.
ING ASSOCIATION will be held at 21 Broad street, on
Monday, the 6th day of May next, at 12 o'clock.
By order of the President,
apl3 is tmy6 (signed) C. DAVIS, Secr'y.
j3 TO LET.-A modern built three story brick House
in Eighth street, between the Fifth Avenue and Macdougall
street, finished In the best style, and ready for immediate
occupancy. Apply at the office of this paper. ap2 I 1 w


)STSC RIPT1

WATER FROM ENGLAND.
:et ship Silviede Grasse, Captain Wie-
rrived this morning from Havre, via
England. Captain W. sailed from
ihe 19.h of March, and Plymouth on the
are' indebted to Captain Wiederholdt
idon Chronicle of March 24th, and Ply-
e 25th.
ip Winchester, of 52 guns, is ordered
issioned at Chatham for the flag of Vice
r Thomas Harvey. Captain John Par-
his captain.
chester, 52, has been commissioned as
irvey's flag ship, on the North Ameri-

is of the Admiralty have ordered five
s for war steam ships, one of which, to
he Cyclops, is to be of 1300 tons burthen
26 gunsja-the largest armament yet
Qard a steam frigate, in any navy.
wing paragraph is the conclusion of an
ie late boundary troubles, in tle London
chronicle of March 24. It affords an in-
it the passage of the war-bill," as it
lIed, wou'd not be regarded as a very
event, in England.
ingresa, however, was expected not to
he session being upon the -point of
without providing for the opposite alter.
placing large resources at the disposal
dent, to be used in the event of any
the part of Great Britain, to take mili-
sion of the territory in dispute. We see
to fear this, as Sir John Harvey, in
of great provocations, on the part
r Fai field, has evinced a temper, and a-
which will ensure his ready acquies-
t arrangement sanctioned by Mr. For-
Ir. Fox.l
LONDON, March 3:.
IRXET.-Consols, 921 for account, alternately
efllers at the above price. Exchequer tills,
tia Bonds, 64,66.
I 200, 201; 3 per cents. 211, 22; 2 and a half,
little doingin either of tie markets.
fore 3-Consols for account, 921 a 3.

PASSENGERS:
ip Sr. John, from Mobile-Miss C H
Capt Urquhart, J H Rucker, and G

rk Duc d'Orleans, from New Orleans-
ter, of Louisville, Ky.
g Himmlehb, from Rio Grandt.-D R
New York.
hr Eolus, from East Florida-Lt D H
A; and Mr J V D Berier.
rk Hecla, sailed for Barbadoes-P L
sq. and servant, Mr F-G Mellander,
M A Naylor, of St Bants; Mr J W
f St Eustatia, and Miss M H Simmons,
s.
g Junius, from St. John's-Lt Shiras,
6, company D, 4th reg. artillery.
p Silvie de Grasse, from H-lavre-D.C
S. Consul of Marseilles, Messrs C B
of New York ; W Disaier, of Hava-
rian and ludy, of France ; L'nuise, Ju-
)honze Adrian, of do ; Mrs L B izine,
a Longschamp, of do; Mr Alphonse
Leon Javelly, of do; and $09 in the


ES-D.c, &C W. PELL will .ell TO-
at half-past it o'clock, on wharf at bfoet of
North River-167 hhds and qr casks'Ma.

2 o'clock-Fine Wines--Will continue the
choice old Madeira, Sherry, .Port, Tokay,
Claret, Barae, and Sauterne Wine, Rum,
brown Stout, and -hoice Hav-na.egarm; at
airs Lansing & Co. 6L Water etroe for ap.
t 4 and -months.
W. PELL, Auctioneer.
MANHATTAN COMPANY.-
he erection of their new Bankiag House
.n Company will transact bust-s at No. 6
Se. ti,
YORK SOCIETY LIBRARY--The fol;
s offered-to the Membsrs of this estitutloa
the electro0 of Trustees, to Cake plece sno"
Lt. Ticket maybe hadat the Llbrsry ('12
et,) at th office of Mr. HARRISON, No4
d of Mr. rNGLIS, No 1 Nassau street, and
this paper.
VEtPLANfC, Evznv A. BDAirca,
I. HaaIsOW, D)aIIL SauMOUE,
iAM'L. JOHNSON, A. RonERTSON RODOERS,
rNOLIS, CHARLES A. CINITON,
A. LAWBRNCB HEKaT Bnxvooar, Jr.
c. F. MOORE, Rus L. LoaR.
e of Edward W. Laight and William Kent,
re-election. ap27
Y. HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
al meeting of the N. Y. Hiaiaiicall-Society
their roons at the Stuyvesant Institute, on
ng, April29gth, at 7 o'c'loek, P.M.


JOHN C. JAY,
SSecretary--
YORK ATHENXEUM.-The Annual
Shareholders of the New York Athena am,
No 12 Chambers street, on Wednesday, the
q next, tt twelve o'clock at noon.
the election of seventeen Directors will be
'clock, at noon, and closed at one o'clock,
ap24 tmyl
incipal of the HYDE PARK INSTITUTE
res notice that he is In the city, and Intends
the first day or May.- As there are yet a
, persons deahious of procuring situations
r wards, may do so by applying to him per
Pacific Hotel, No 162 Greenwich at.
JOEL NELSON.


NEW YOBKt
FIRST PREMIUM
SHIRRED HAT DEPOT,
Mrs. McGAY'S, No. 129 Grand street,
April 9 if Near'Broadway.


GEORGE ADLARD,
BOOKSELLER, PUBLISHER, AND IMPORTER,
Removed from 46 to
163 Broadway, near Maiden Lane.
New York, April 15, 1889. ap24 6t


CLARKE b COMPANY,
FANCY DRY GOODS.
No. 337 Broadway, New York;
April 29 if
0r FOR SALE-The Dwelling House, No. N Bond
street, with the let in the rear, on Great Jones street, now
occupied by the subscriber-being 21 teat ia front on each
street, and 200 feet deep.
Persons wishing to view and purchase tkhe premises will


flAilINE JIIOURNAL,.
'JEW-.ORK AMERICAN.APEL t$F..l i-
Hien Water in ts morning, 94.0a..
CLEARED SINCE OUR LAST.
This Morning-Ship Alabama, Berry, for New Or-
leai.a, Wm Nelson; Br. bark Fanny, Sheddon, Kinaston,
(Jam.) William Banks; schr. Regulus, Mills, Wilming.
ton, NV..
Saturday-Ship Hudson, Page, for L!verpool, J. Macy
&Son; barque Hecia, Hadley. Barbadoes and a market,
A. Hubbard: brigs Jane Haddow, Hamilton, Llyerpool,
Jame:i Lee & Co.; Kosato R. .funrray, Jr. Gibraltar, Bad.
ger &Peck; Henry, Holbrook,'Weat Indies, F. G Thurs-
ton; Lela, Morrell, St. Marks and Key West, W. W. Pratt;
Camilla, Smith, Mobile; Sailly Anne, Merryman, Willming.
ton, N.C.,J Elwell; Virginia, Burgess, Somerset, Maine;
sanhooners Marietta Ryan, Wilden, Richmond; Thaddeus,
Hawaina, Noriolk; Morning Star, Morris-n, St. John, N.
B J. F. Randolph; Joseph Howe, Young, Falmouth,
Bache Mclvere;-, Edgar Laing,.Turner, Swansboror. N.C;,
Hope, Johnson, Philadelphia; Mary Reed, llughes, do;
Telegraph.,Eldridge, Portsmojuth, N.H.; Balance, Bart-
lett, Plymouth, Henry Haviland; Echo, Richardson, East.
port, Ms.; Ca.ro, Lane, Portland, Me.; Nesmith & Leeds;
Salem, Eldredge, Boston; Win. Ropooe, Moeeker, do; Trio,
Nickerson, do; Victor, Haller, do.
ARRIVkED THIS MORNING
Ship Catherine, Beecher, 10 ds fm Charleston, witgheot.
ton, to G Sutton. The C run ashore onAbaseecum Beach
on 96th, and was got off t-oe28th without damage, and ar.
rivedhat the city on the 294h.
Ship Silviede Grasser, Weiderholdt, from Havre, March
19th, anrd Plymouth, (En,.) March 25th, with mcze1 &c.
'to C. Botidn, Fox k Livington; Heseaburg; H Henmequin;'
Renaid k Co; Marinot t Baidos; H Barbee A Co;
G 8 Puffar; G Lusope & Noel; Feldler Dutilh '&'Cb;
(roshelm & Schribner; Soullkrd &'Delluc; H Lacost a
Mange; A C Roesiere & Go; Ward, Sill Uiitober IV W
Schmidt & Son; Defonr & Co; J Dupuy; S N Hailie. C H
Saads; Barie and Bothen; Hall & Brothers; T B Rkodea
& Co; Groitrey, Webber k Co' Rogers &-Co; Brigham
& Hamnodd; R J Beylord, Jr; Benard & Hu son;C:risp
& Co; Whitney & Haskillh E Baker & Co Netue. Col.
lex & Lannay; Thompsoni, Austin & Co; T Peck. -March
24, .off the Casket, passed a ship, supposed to be ship
Iowa, hence for Havre, Eiperlenced -heavy gales-
split- sails, ilst long boat, stove bulwarks,- &c. .
Brig Pallis, Blanrl.kird, of North Yarmouth, from Opeor.
to, 20th March, with wine.
Br brig Peter J Nevius McLeod, 8 days from St Johns,
N. B, with coal, to P J Naevtus.
Brig Caroline &i Mary, Cole, 20 ds fo m WOrleas
BELOW-I ship and.2 brigs.
S ARRIVED SINCE.OUR LAST.
Ship 'John, Hitchcoek. 14,, days (ron. M.1Ie, 1iswith
cotton, to-E. D. Hurlbut & Co..
Austrian ship Slaviana, Sablicich, 64 days fom Bor,.
deaux, with wins, Ic, to Richard Williamson St Co.
.Spanish baik St. Andres, Isern, l 'days from Ravana,
to T. D. Ryan. The 8. A. was bound to Barcelona, bt
sprung aleak-put in here for repairs.
Bark Due d'Orleano, Hoodtess, from NOrleans.
-Belgian bark Clothide, Chresten, 66daysftrom Antwerp,
with meoss. Spoke, 22d March, lat 41 1S, ion 865 ship
Napoleon, hence, standing E.
French brig Le Gunon, Turbe, 45 days from Rochelle,
with brandy.
Swedish brig Phenix, Naspen; 56 days from Marseillep,
with wine and fruit. .
Brig James Wilson, Peekner, 35 days fromt Malaga,
with trAit, &kc.
Brig Himmdleh, Beanvois, from Rio Grande,39d Feb,
with hides, &c.
Brig Historian, Tinker, of Leoville, Me,- 16 days from
New Orleans, with flour and sugar. Spoke, 23d instant,
off Cape May, schr Fredejick, Warner, hence for Char.
leston.
Brig Juntius Parker, 8 days from St Johns, Z. F., with
U. S. troops, company D, 4th regiment oft artillery, under
command ot Lt. Shitas. 27tbh, lat 37j, Ion 74j, spoke brig
Catharine, henee, for NOileane.
Brig Tecumieh, Tinkham', 19 days from New Orleans,
with flour, pork and hides.
Sehr Enterprise. Hall, 20 days from Gonaives, with 375
logs mahogany.
Schr Arihta, Howes, 19 days from Arecibo. P B, with
185 hhds sugar, 51 domolasses Left, schr T C Mitchell,
for NYork, n ds ... .
Schr Napoleon, Pitt., 20 days from Attakapas, with Jive
oak, for the Navy Yard.
Schr Mary Carver, Baker, 21 days from- New Orletns,
with porkand corn. ,
Schr Eolus, Jones, I days from St John's $ v&er., 3I?,
with company B, 4th artillery, commanded by Liout. Ji r
O'Brjai, Aset Surg'n E H Abadie, U 9 A. Spoke, 14th
that, H B M packet bark Sky Lark, Capt Ladd, R N, 10
dajs from Havana, bound to Falmouth. Eag.:
Sch Atlantic, Stevens,' 6 4sys from Georgeowa, 8 C,
with lumber. -
Schr Victoria,'Whitfield,A days from Alexandria, with
flour, &c, to Sturgess & Clearman..
SBchr Hudson, Ryder, 4 ds-fin Boston, mads.
Schr.Joho F Crouch, Tomlia, 34 hours from PhIladel..
phia, with rudze.
Schr Chatrles, Corson,6 ds fm Richmond, flour.
Schr Ann, Powell, 3da fin Virglnia,oysses. -.
Schr Elijah P Horton, Smith, ,$ days from ViSala,
with oysters..
Steamboat McDonough, fm Boston.
New pilotboat Williams, from Connecticut Bivw, In
ballast, to J N Clark. The above siledid boat woe-llt
by David Williams,of Essex, Is S5 fthsand is intended for
a New York pilotboat, under command Of Captaia Joha
H ty e r. .. x --' '. "
". ^.. MEMORANDA. ;:" ..
The ship America, froe'New Orleans is ashore onliii
West Bank. The steauboht Hercules has c^etohbr
assistance. ,,', ';" :
Ship Yazso sailed kence, ren New Orleans, on 6aflw
evening. .:
Packet ship Catherine, lesher,.from (barjleps.o for
Newi ork, went-ashore o .L~bsecom 1s e,.
on Thursday last-wind 8. W. The C.,ltd 4&. pw.
gers, who were'all safely landed and proee.'de4s 'hila-l-
delphia. The ship would probably be got il-ifltte Wind
continued favorable. She js owned by Mr. Gi{j Sutton
of this city, and is a new vessel. Thip belaglhr first re.
turn vogage. >" :'.
Since writing the above, we have accounmsne:dJy .Jfer
from the Catherine, at which lime she had not bilged, anad
was in lie feet water. Several of her passengers have
arrived In Ctbe city. Captain Skiddy was disatched ek
Friday to render assistance, on account .f the under
writers. .
The brig Martha, Captain Wm. 0. Greely, cleared from
New York for Mobile, lath January last, and has not been
heard of ,itce.
Brig Lucretia, Lewis, hence, at Havana.


In the case of the ship Nathaniel Hooper,'a stranded on
Nantucket Shoals, several mor the since, the United States
District Court in Boston, on Tuesday-, decreed one half of
the proceeds-above $30,000-to the salvors.. _
The Boston Atlas publishes over laad advices from
India, which state the following vessels in.the rVker at Cal.
cutta, on the 7th January :-Ship Lehigh, .for PhNladel-
phia, with 6074 bags saltpetre, it bales cow hidbes, 1134
bags linseed, 678 do. ginger. 150 bundles gunny begs, 2
bales buffalo hides. Ship Valvaralo, for Phdelpha,
with 2888 uags saltpetre, 185 balej cow hides, 368 bags
ginger, 3- bales and 261 bundles gunny bag, '15 bales
buffalo hide., 15 cases indigo, 171 caoes choppia, i9 bales
goat skins, 45 chests lac dye. Eben Preble, waPt7S bags
saltpetre. w
FROVIDENCE, April 25-Sailed, schr Morinig Sta,
Adamson, Matanzas.
26-.-Ar brig Boy, Burt, Alligator River; hr 'Aensa.
mendi, Corben, Norfolk. .
BRISTOL, April 26-Sailed, brig -mael, 'itftman,
Matansas. '
BOSTON, April 2-Arbrigs Sea Island, Hobars a.
vannah.
Cid barque Wolga, Ilavis, St Jago; brig Lima, Waea,
Havana; schr Aobsah D, Doughlass, and gm.ina. is,"
New York.
27th-Ar ship Sarah & Caroline, New Orleans; b.rqu.
Julia, Rea, Mobiles; brigs Billingsi, Bray, Pot au Pnlone;
Russell. Matthews, New Orleans !ckr MairqnSo, Moore,
H avana. ".M o
Boig Spy, Kendrick, Malaga, llth ult., Left, barque
John A Rubb, Beonre, just arrived from CAdi. Abrig
erroneously reported Chas Wells, sailed 4 days before for
New York.
Cid, ships Duxbury, Giddings, Matanxs;Stelilts,
Gibson Havna;s brigs Shawmut, Cushing, iSt Jago;Cy.
rus, Woodaide, Havina; Elima -Burgeas, Wing, tIealentue.
gos; Lanest. Clark, and Borodino, Eastotun, NewOr.
leans; Spy, palmer, st Josephs; schre Henry Chasem, ab-
ison, Richmond1 Hoary Curtis, Beatsa, Lbany;A iw.
renae, Nichols, N k ark..
NEW JEDFORD, April 23-Ar-.,schr Levin Jones,
Brayton, St Jago di Cuba.
PORTLAND, April 24-Cleared, Mary Jsne.,oqg,
Porto Rico.
25th-Cleared Exehange, Leavitt, Cuba;, Frankli
Ckace, Guadaloupe.
BANGOR, April 24th-Arrived, Clinton, Cole, Poin -
Petre.
PORTSMOUTH, April 2tlh-Sllad schr Turk, J.,'
ridge, NYork.ST
PH[LADRLPHIA,. April 27-Ar brig iCumiberland,
Smaci, St Jago de Cuba; brig Sulla, Matthew$, Cape
Haytien. Sailed 14th in co. with brig Metamorafor Bds
ton, an, before we got clear the Metamora was ban&*
by the government boat, aa& ordered back.
Brig Worrior, Stetson, ln Madeira.
Cid schr J D Dyer, Dorsey, NYork.
BALTIMORE, April 26-Ar brig Choctaw. Smery.








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TlM.V&Iir TC GRAMMAR SCHOOL.-Tf Sum.
esiA 8.wh ewbraim [ he 2d.ofMay. Tel to fifteen
e-a le on -bundred seats hin ta Classical and Mathema.
S' tlat Departent Will thep be open to applicants. Seats in
the Commeretibl Delfitme t can be had. The Junior
Department is full, ,bui the names of applicants are taken
in prospect of any vacacwhich may occur. No Mester
otTecher has lefttbomiool' since its firstopenine. Ap.
licatibns nmay be made toithe Rector at No 1, 2d floor,
"niversi-y Buildings, before 2 o'clock, P. M.
ap293. MW&S C- MASON, Rector.
BOARDING AND" DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
LADIES.
MNo. 410 Houston st., near Broadway.
MRE ].. & MRS. BAILEY would inform their ft'riends
and the public, tiat iher Summer Term will commeonce
the 8th day of May next- Great attention is devoted iq the
Institution, to Elocution, Grammar, Arithmetic and Ma.
thematic, History. Writing, CornRos'tion and Music. The.
S whole school atend daily t, the French Language, under
the instruction of a Parisian Lady, who resides in the fa.
mily." The number of scholar .is limited to fifty. One
competent Teacher to every eight or ten pupils.
ap29 6wis- .
r -IraEMOVAL.ADR. HOtNE has removed his Office
S to 4 PFutton street, between Greenwich street and
Broadway. ap2b
"TICTORfA SKIRTS--803 Victoria Skirts, fine quality
and neW patternas, this day received, and for sale by
ap29 J. S FLEET, 10 Malden Lane.
U-L1IVE'WOUR SCOTUC SHEETING-2 cases 5.4
Jr Sheeting, this day received, and at 2i. 6d. per Iard,
,atYLVET'S Linen store. 10Maiden Lane ap29
S 16 FJU 4 COUNTEKPANES.-2 bales 10.4 knot.
*.' ted Counterpanee,, this day received; and for sale
a t the low price or I2s. each, by JESSE S FLEE'r,
4, st(S9 -'10 Maden I ane.
i STATlONERY.--The subscriber having made exLen.
J sive additions to his stock, is now prepared to furnish
counting ouases, &c on the nmot reasonable terms, with
sests 01 ba(ks, paper, quills, stee' pens, black, blue and
ted Tnk, &c. at the shortest notice.
3 Orders respectfully solicited. .-
EDWARD N. KENT. Stationer,
p2. p. No 3 'Wall st.
NINNERING, RAILWAYS, STEAM ENGINE,
&:SIr--Imported by WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broad.
"Way, N. Y., and 67 Paternoster Row, London.
S limms,' Public Works of Great Britain, in one large fo-
u so volume .
SBroeseas Railway Practice, 1 vol, 4to, with a folio vol.
q, .f plates .
SBruf on Engineering Field Work, evo
irl<. uip ri River Currents, &e, 4to -
SGibbon'eMa&nual of the Law of Fixtures, 12mo
and, H ,ockion Steam Carriages, &elvo
WQod on Railroadsa new edition, 8vo
ParnBll's Treatiseon Making Roads, Ovo
Papers of the Royal Corps of Engineers, 2 vole, 4to
Pamleyon Limes and Cements, 8ro
R.Mu'1Tiatise on Steam Navigation, 4to
tambeur'e New Theory of the Steam Engine, 8vo
SReid on Hurricanes ond Storms in Navigation, Bvo
Eagineeri'Poeket Book for 1839.
Transaetionsofthe Institutibns of Civil Engineers, in 2
vole, 4to ..
Davy on Artificial Folundatlones, vro
Tredgold o0 the Steam Engine, ke, 2 volte 4to
Otaeatun's Repoxts on the Civil Engineering of Great
Iritalu, royal 4to
ftevesaon's Sketch of* the Civil Engineering of North
America, plates, 8reo
Tredold's Principles of Carpentry, 4io
Ue's New Dciionary of Arts.and Mines .
Weat on Cerpnts, &c, 8vo .
WhlshawBs Jysiiuf Railways, Oov
Richardson on Warming and Ventilating, &c, 8vo
Jackson on Military Surveying,'8vo, plates
Shmbn's Seetio Plarography, or Railway Sections and
Pta n,4to "0
foulstone's Public Buildings of the West of England,
Ultton'e and Pugin'snIllustration of Public Buildings of
Loadon, 2 vole, Sa8 "0 ap29
ITYLVESTER'S REPORTER AND COUNTER.
7 FEIIT DETECTOR in pamphlet form And lolio
"heet, for sale at
S.J. SYLTESTER'S, 180 Broadway,
ap"o and 22 Wall street.
6LLEcfTIONS on all parts of the United States, Ca-
nasa. and Eu ope, aide -on the most favorable
te'mp. by S. J. SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
ap2" and 22 Wall st.
*%OVEREIGN5, Napoleons, Doubloons, X Gilders, X
V. Ttalers, Fredorick'dors, Louis 'donrs, Ducats, Gui-
uSi, Spanish, and Meizicn Djilars, live Franes, Eng.
llsh and french Silver, bought and sold by
SYLVESTER & CO. 166 Broalway.
.ap9 below Maiden Lane.
X,-HANG OIN LONDON-Drafts at sight, in sums
L to suit purchasers, from 6 pounds and urwards, on
MKSrs Prescott, Grote, Ames & Co. Bankers, London.
Apply to S YLVESTER & CO.
ap2 156 Broadway. below Maiden Lane.
U NUURRENT MONEY bought and sold on the
S bet terms, at
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S. apse below Maiden Lane.
"4*XOHANeE ON SCOTLAND.-Drafts at sight in
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throughout the Kingdom. Apply to..
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aplt below- Maiden Lane.
S YrLVESTER'S NEW "IRPORTER.-This day is
published the first nDmb'refothe new series, of Syl.
veter'e New Reporter, in UolqJfsrmo. eoataining much in.
orestiag .raiter the latest news from England, Literary
Jlhtto, &c. &c..fcc.. price 6 cants, by:
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il ,. -. .. '"" below MaideeLane.-
^ fkTAOAA Soepenyz~n bridge tisanf Notes walitesiat
. .l l a Dew rate. .. ..... : -
- *'Uj *peand IUw t Caadii.Bnk Notes wanted at a very
low rate by S. J. SYLVlBThR, t Broadway,
a- s and 22 Wall street
[J.JCURRtENT MONEY of alldesrcniponspurchased
t the best rates, by S.J. SYLVKSTES,
ws.9 a1 Broadway and 2 Wall street.
ILLS OF EXICHANGEo0a 1l1 parasof Great Britaina
SJT[- and Ireland, In sums or*.i t, any amount, for sale
S J. SYLVESTIR'S, 130Broadway,
ap2S and 22 Wall st.
M4 ADEIRA WINE--Reeeied pr shlp Mexican and
.LYR r ow landing, an invoice-of the choicest South Bide
Madei'a, from the old and respectable house of Newton,
Gordon, Murdoch & Co cansieiing of 2 pipes, 2 hogaheads
and 8 quarter casks
Also in store, a large stock of old WInes, in wood and
gltas, for sale by
ap29 A. BININGUR & CO. 141 Broadway.
['/I ANILLA HEMP-200 bales Manilla Hemp, for sale
Ilby GRINNELU, MINTURN & CO.,
ap2 134 Front street.


R IO COFFIE-2000 bag prim, green Rio Coffee,
for sale by
ap29 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO, 184 Front st.
G.,ALLEO GFLOUR-iO-O bbi Gallego Flour, now
on the way fromRichmbond, for sale by
a- 2- GRINNELL, MINTURN t CO. 134 Front st
USSIA HEMP-50 tons It Petersburg clean Hemp,
fcr sale by GRINNULL, MINTURN k CO.
ap2p 134 Front st.
INDIGO- 126 ceroons prime Caraecas Indigo, just re-
Sceived, for sale by
ap29 -HOWLAND it ARPINWALL, 65Sonth st
r OGWOOD-9.0 tons bright mpeachy Logwood,
" J" just received,.for sale by
ap29 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 65 South st
tOl)'EE-600 bags prime QGeen Laguita Co4ffee
,U suitable for export, for sale by'
SapV29 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 Sotb it.L
LB ICIHROMATE OF POTASH-5 catks, for sale by
B RINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
ap29 184 Front st
SUGAR-I1SO boxes prime brown Trinidad Sugar, just
received, for sale by
ap2t HOWLAND & A9PINWALL, 55 South st.
SUGAR- 166 bhds prime Porto Rico, for sale by
SHOWLAND k ASPINWALL,
.. ap2 6 & south street.
SUGAR-130 boxes prime brown Sugar, just received
S and for sale by
ap2S 1HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South at.
T. CROIX MOLAdSigS-33 hhds, landing ftam big
North America, for sale by
ap2l GOODHUE .A GO. 64 South at.
W INS--Sherry, Pou, Madeira, and Clare- Wines
in wood and bottles, for sale by
ap2d DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, 21 Broad st.
SNGLISH BAR IRON-250tois Englirh Bar Iron,
S assorted sizes, landing, and for sale by
P6 DAVIS, BROOKS C 3,.21 Broad st.


L,<--10U bals Russia,, Ior saib by
&' ap2 GOODHUE ck CO, 61 South st.


C OGNAC BRANDY-Pale,. viniage of 1810, In
bottles, for sale by
S ri. ATWELL 8i91 Broadway,
api29 corner of White at.
V lAREZT WINES-8-9 boxes, 6ach one dozen, re-.
., ceeivd per ship Slavlnia. from Bordoau t, for sale by
ORACIE it CO. 20 Broad at.
In store-A choice assortment of Claret Wines, receive.
ed from the mart respectable Wine houses at Bordeaux,
a.nrtof which is put up with glass stoppers. ap29
W INES, TEAS &c GROCEBIES.-The subscriber
has on hand and offers for sale a large end choice
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PARK TIIEATIKi.
1 MR. SINCLAIR.
T HIS &VENING, April 29th, will. be performed the
National Drama of THE LORD OF THE ISLES; or,
The Gathering of the Clans-Ronald, Mr Sinclair; King
Robert Bruce, Hield; Isabella, Mrs Gibbs: Edith, Mrs
Richardson.
After which, a Pas de Deux by Master and Miss Wells.
To conclude with the Farce of SONS AND SYSTEMS
-M- Lemon Swerby, Mr Placide; Geo Sowerby, Hield;
Laura, Mrs hichardson; Blanche, Mrs Cliippindale.
Tomorrow, last night but one of Mr and Mrs Sloman.
Doors Ip)on at6) 'cock-Performance commences atil
7l*Iket--Bxes.I., Pit, 5.,cents.(-allery. 26 cents.
ItRS. SLOGAN'S BENEFIT-,-THUR-DAY
EVENING NEXr.-- CARD.-Mrs. Sloman
respectfully mintbiorms her friends and the public, that her
Benefit will takc place on Thursday evening next, the 2 I
of May, on which occasion will be produced a celebrated
Play, ia which s. Slom n will sustain, the principal
character. Mr. Sloman will perfortm in a very laughitle
interlude. and sine several comic songs. Tu conclude
with a novel entertainment, in whici Mrs. Sloman will
have the honor of appearing. Full particulars in bills of
the day. Places and tickets for the Boxes to be obtained
at the theatre. a27
NiATIONAL TUEATILE.
Corner of Leonard and ChurcA air ei,.
T Miss Shirreff, Mr Wilson and Mr Seguin.
T HIS EVENING, April g9th, will be performed
the O1,eia of THE MOUNTAIN SYLPH-Donald, Mr
Wilson; Helm, Seguin; Eola, Miss Shiirreff; Jesse, Mrs
Bailey..
To conclude with the Farce of JOHN DIBBS-Major
Seymour, Mr Wallack; John Dibbs, Williams; Lauretta
Stymnour, Miss Monier; Rose Mayburn, Mrs Setton.
Tomorrow, the celebrated vocalists will appear
Doors open at 61 o'clock-Paiormance commences at 7.
Boxes, $1-Pit, 50 cents-Gallery, 26 cents.
bOWEELY AMPHITHj:.A1k-L.
fU (Late the Zoological Institute. 37 Bowery.)
T HIS EVENING, April 22, he performance to com-
mence with The Wanidering Arabs : or. the Bedouins of
the Desert.
Sailor's Hornpipe, in character, Mr. Archer.
Mr Needham will introduce the Pony, Oseola
Horsmahship by Master-Franklin without saddle or
briddle !
Antipodean Feats, by the company
Mrs Guliin will appear as the Amazonian.Mald
Slack Rote, by Master Franklin
Egyptian Pyramids, on three Horses, by the numerous
Artists
Batteau Leaps, by the whole company
Tight itope Dancing, by Mrs. Spencer
Mr. Spencer will appear astthe Dying Moor
Mr. 3. B. Howes and his pupil Mast. J. Howes, will
appear and go through their performances, in Imitation
of The Polish Brothers. -
Principal act of Light Ridong, by Mr. Archer.
Mr John Smith, the celebrated Ethiopean Singer, will
appear and sing a favorite Song.
The entertainments to conclude, with the Polish Entree,
Introducing-lapid evolutions by 6 male and 6 female
Equestrians.
Tickets can be had, and seats secured on application to
the Box Office. Open from 10 A M, till 5 PM.
Boxes 50 cents. Pit 25.
PANORAMAS OF JERUSALEM AND THEBES.
T NHESE Panoramas are now open for exhioitlon'at the
SNew Rotunda, corner Prince m.nd Mercer streets,
Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
THE PANORAMA Of JERURALEM. is a splendid
painting, of the largest class covering -a surface of ten
thousand square feet, painted from drawings taken by Mr.
Catherwood in 1834.
THE PANORAMA OF THEBES IN EGYPT, paint.
ed likewise Irom Mr. Catherwood's drawings, i superior,
as a work of art, to any Panorama before exhibited.
The Panroramas are. brillaihtly illuminated every even.
ijug by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explanations of
the pictures given In the forenoon, afternoon, aqd at hall
past 8 in the evening.
Open from 9 in the morning, till half past 9 ithe even-
ing Admittance 2" cents to each Panorama. Books of
description 121 cent... apl tf
?lHE GALLERY OF PAINTkNGW- IN BARi;LAt
i STREET, at the Academy of Fine Arts, will
positively close oa Tuesday, 30th April, until which time
our citizens, and strangers arriving here, will have an
opp1runity ofvisiting this splendid collection, viz:
CTHE DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM A. D. 70-
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 whfiole presents a scene of great and
sacred interest. .
THE REVOLT IN PARIS,A. D.,.1358-ByGiraud,
representing Charles the Dauphin, of France, (afterwards
Charles the.Wise,) saved from the fury of the ievolted
Parisians, by Marcel, Provost of Paris, whilst one of bis
Ministers, the Mardchal of Champagne; lies slain at his
feet. .
SDON JUAN, HAIDEE AND LAMBRO-By Dubufe,
(the painter of Adamh and Eve,). represents a scene from
the Poem of Lore Byron. Lambro, who had been
thougatdead, returns and find Juan his "Daughter's
Lord and Lord of him Domains.," 'tern 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 the -latter from friends .and home, and
freedom, tar estranged," with natural delicacy of feeling,
and undisguised horror, shrinks from the steadfast gaze
of her future owner.
-A5iNT JOHN IN THE DESERT-By Dubufe, re
preatnting St. John in his-youth, a most perfect form, with
a girdle ota 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
templation, regarding a miniature.
The Gllery is brilliantl) lighted with gas tn the even.
ing, and ladies will find it a place of agreeable retort.
Open from 10 in t-e morning until I0 at night.
Admittance 25 cents. Season Tickets for the remainder
oftheterm, St. hi. ist1
THE HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANk,
NkT Office 54 Wall street.
,i EW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.--This Com-
pany continuesto make insurance against loss anddamage
by fire, and tioe hazards of inland navigation."
DIRECTORS.
R. Havens, President, B. L. Woolley,
Naiah Taylor,' Micah Baldwin,
Cornelius W. Lawrence, Joseph Otis,
J Philips Phannix, PFanning C. Tuckeri
John Morrison, Meigs D. Benjamin..
loseph B. Varnum, LJohn Ratikin,
David Lee, John D. Wolfe,
Caleb 0. lalsted, Nathaniel Weed,
William V.. Todd,2 Ferdinand Suydam,


-7..William Couch.
d211 LEWIS PHILLIPS. Secretary.
,,tHE UNITED STATES FIRE INSURANCE
SCOMPANY have removed their office to 55 Wall
stret; where applications for Insurance against Jloisor
laeiAge by fire will receive promptrattention.
DIRECTORS
John L. Bowne Ebenezer Cauldwell
JoMhn R Willis Morris Ketchum
SilamHicirs' Joshua S. Underhill!
Robert G Corner Charles T. Cromweilii
James Barker Cornelius W Lawrence
Benjamin Cornies Nathaniel Lord
Lindley Murray Charles Kneelands
Henry W. Lawrence Edward A. Wright
Stephen Van Wyck Benjamin Ciark
[isaac Frost Robert B.Mlnturn
Robert D. Week James Lovett
lohn Wood William Bradford!
Thomas W Jenkins Thomas W. Pearsall
Benjamin Strongi Silas Wood
George Hussey George D. Post-
Uriah F. Carpenter Benjamin A. Mott
James H.Titus Joseph L. Frame,
Robert H. Bowde. .
|1. L. BOWNE, President.
JAMs Wa.tiz. Secretary fe2I
N& W.YORKGiUARDIAN INSURANCE COMPANY
'IN. pOffice No. 8 Wall street.
*. HIS Company insures against loss or damage by
Firt, Dwelling houses, Ware houics, and other buildings
Merchandize, Ships in port anil their Cargosd, Househaold
furniture, and every description of personal propertT.
All losses sustained by them will oe adjusted with libe-
rality and promptly settled.
DIRECTORS.
HENRY RANKIN, President.
Robert Lenox William Colcate
George Johnston Gardner G. Howland
Robert Maitland Robert Dyson
John Johnston John Van Nosutrand
David S. Kennedy Henrv Breevort, Jr.
Charles March IFrancis Burritt.
JOSEPH GREIENLEAF, Secretary.
I New York, February 22, 1839. loTS


SJiV-VORK LIFE INSURANCE & TkiUIST CUO
- -Persons mayeffectdnsurance3wilththis companion
heirlownlives, orthe lives of others, and either for the
Wholeduration of life, or for a limited period. The pay
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gross sum.
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ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S CHURCH.-AIl the lunseld
Pews. a In-thit-' Chtrch -will be offered ior sale at public
auction, on Monday, 13th May, at half past 4 o'clock, P.
M W. H. FRANKL N, Auctioneer. Terms, (which
w t11 be liberal) o.f sal,, &c, will be made known on appli-
cation to either of the unilersirined Committee "
STEPHEN CAMBRELENG,
WM. L. RUSH TON,
ap26 eoqllw CHARLES GARVILLE.
L_ OTICE.- In putasiance ot the authority given by an
;, order of the Court of Chancery of the. State of New
York, will be exposed for sale at the auction room of
James Bleecker & Co., Broad street, on Saturday. the
fourth day of May next,the following pieces or parcels of
land, viz:
All that certain piece or parcel. -f land stuate'and lying
at Kip's Bay, now in the Sixteenth, formerly in the
Ninth Word of the city of New York, bounded and
coattaining as follows, that is to say, bounded north.
westerly by the Third Aver ue, south easterly by
the centre line between the Third Avenu) and the
Second Avenue, north.easterly by lands belonging to
the estate of John Duffle, deceased, south westerly by
lands formeusily of Janmes Jarvis, and lands o'f James Mc
;ready, and containing sixty-feet in breadth, and three
hundred and five feet or thereabouts in length. 1 he said
piece oflanrd having been heretofore intended and desg-
natel to form and as forming part of a road or way of the
name ol'Susan street, and the same being, in the lease
thereof to uornelius R. Duffie, deceased, particularly
described with the appurtenances, and also all thatccr
tain other piece and parcel of land, also situale and
lying at Kip's Bay aforesaid, and now in the Sixteenth
wa? d formerly the Ninth ward of the city of New York,
bounded and containing as follows: that is to say, bound:
ed northwesterly by the centre line between the
Third Avenue and Fourth Avenue, south easterly by
other premises devised with the hereby described
piece of land and premises by the Mayor, Aldermen and
.Commonalty of the city olN. York, to Cornelius R. Duf.
hAe, deceased, and released and coniveyedi by him to James
Chesterman, southwesterly by other premises also devised
with the hereby described piece ol land and premise
to the said Cornelius R. Duffie, deceased, and released and
conveyed by him t? David Codwise, Executor of the last
will and testament of Cornelius Roosevelt, deceased, and
northeasterly in part by lands formerly vested in John
Duffie, deceased, and Maria his wife, and in part by a
strip of land formerly appropriated for a road or way by
the name of Elbert street, and containing in breadth thirty
seven feet and six inches, and in length four hundred and
thirty feet, and which hereby last described piece of land
was intended to form part of a strip of land appropriated
for a road or way ofthe name ofKip's Bay street. Terms
made known at the time of the sale.
SAMUEL JONES Guardian.
Graham,, Hoffman, and Sardford, Solicitors.
ap25 til may 4
j OUVELtNFi.Ja MuRRIs, of Morri.ania, in the
SCounty of Westchester, takes this mode of statir.g
to the public, that he is not engaged in this city in Mer.
cantile business, nor is he the President or the Chelsea.
Bank ; such an impression 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 himself the inconvenience, and others the
trouble, of the numerous business applications constantly
made to him.
New York, April 9, 1839. aplO tf
W. Si'EINBRENNER & CO., Importers of
Fi French, German and Swiss Dry Goods, have re-
moved from No 19 to No 41 William N1. ap26 tw
Fr 0o NEWSPAPER PAtOPRIETORS. -A young gen.
i tleman ofths city for many years conveisant with
the rbutioe of -newspaper businees,.is desirous of obtain.
Ing employment as AssIstant or Sub. Editor ir, this city, or
in any adjacent town where his services might be found
valuable. A line at.dressed to 0. PF. and lett at this othce
will meet with prompt attention,. ap26 3t
a RITISH BARK M.RY WHI, i'-,-All persons are
Scautb1nsd against trusting tbh crew of this vessel a's.
no debts of their contracting will be pai; by the captain or
consignees. IAVIS, BR OOKS. & CO.
ap27 3ties 21 Broad street.
j. EMOVAL-F. J..COANT & CO. have removed
* their Wholesale Clothing Warehouse, to No. 71
Cedar street, (upstairs,) between Broadway and Nassau
at ap27 3fis
11 O0 CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from $3 to $5000 on
i Bond end Mortgage on property worth double the
amount in the heart of one of tne Iargest neighboring
cities. Address box 1344 upper post office. tuhls8 istf
NATIONAL BANK.
T Nzw Yoax, March 29, lf39..
_HE President and Directors have this day declared a
Dividend-of Four.per cent.on the Capital Stock, bfor the
last six months, which wiJl be paid to the.Stockholders on
and after the 10th ot April. '
Ihe Books of Transfer, will be closed from the 1st to
the 10th A-Pril inclusive. By order of the Board,
mhbdlw3taw3w SAML. FLEW WELLING.
N OTICE-THE RIEAL-ESfA'ATE BANK IN THE
1 CITY OF NEW YORK, having had the sum ol
Five Millions of Dollars subscribed, hereby give further
notice that the Books, for the further subscrip ion of Five
Millions of Dollars, to the capital stock of said instiution
will be open at No. 656 Wall street, from 10 o'clock A.
M., till 3 o'clock P.M. of each day, unil such further
subscription shall be made,when the Books will be closed
-unless otherwise ordered by the Boatd of Directors ;
the whole amount of the capital being Twenty Millions of
Dollars, divided intj shares of twenty, five dollars each.
Pa) meant 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 Londs secured
by mortgage on improved, unincumbered, real estate in
the United States. Ca pies of the Articles of Association,
appraisal papers, and further information may be obtained
upon application as above. A. C. DEMERITT,
apli tf President.
VEn BANK OF NEW YORK.
JL HE President and Directors give notice that a Divi-
dend of Five per Cent. has thia day been declared fo.r.tb .t
current six mnoths ending on ttreliTTfl-l, payable to tlie
Stockholders, on and after the let ot May next.
By order of the Board of Directors,
A. P. HALSEY, Cashier.
New York, 16th April, 1839. ap 16 tam
FULTON BANK,
T New York, April 17; 1839.
HE PRESIDENT AND DIRECTORS have this
day declared a nett Dividend of Five per Cent for the ]ast
six months, payable on and after the first day of May
next.
The Triansfer Books will be closed from the 20th to the
30th inst. Inclusive.
By order of the Board of Directors;
apl72w W. J. LANE, Casher;
J iIVIDEND.--The President and Directors of the
CITY. BANK have this day declared a Divdend
of 4 per cent. for the current ha~f year, payable to the
Stockholders on demand after the 30th inst.
New York, April 1ath, 1839.
apl5 dtniy3 By order, G. A. WORTH, Cashier.


G [ AttlENIING -A first rate plain Gardener can be
obtained to do werk either by the job, day or month,
on application to
ap23 R. H. ATWELL, 381 Rioadway.
^A/ANTED IMMEDIATELY-A Clerk in a Book
Sstore-A youne man that is thoroLuhly acquainted
with the city -etail book business, and can bring a good
recommendation, from his last employer, for his honesty,
enterprise and general good qualities, and is willing to
make himself generally useful to his employer, will find a
permanent situation, and a salary of from $600 to $550 per
annum, by addressing" ooks and Stationary," through
the Park Post Office, with real name and reference.
a1,23tf
JACKET SHIP SHERIDAN, FROM LIVER.
S POOL.-Consignees by this ship will please send
their permits on boasd at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall
street. All Goods not permitted in fire days, will be sent
to tho Public Store. ap26
eALKE SI-il- GLADIATOR, FROM LONDON-
Consignees of goods per this ship are requested to
send their permits on boarn, at the foot of Pine street, im,.
mediately.
All goods not permitted in five days will be sent to the
Public Store. ap26
sUPERB WHITE CHIPS-Received per late arri-
Sva's, 12 cartoons, of very superior quality, and for
sale by G. M. HAYWOOD & CO.,
ap26 31* 68 Beaver street, up stairs.
LACK SILKS-S. & L. HOLMES, No 44 Maiden
Lane. have received, jet and blue black Silks, of the
different kinds, some vo y rich; Linen Cambrics and Cam-
bric Hdkfs'jlfor sale cheap by the piece or at retail.


n. N2EW YORK, ALBANY, AND
JU[, TROY STEAMBOAT LINk-For
^ALBANY.-Fnom the foot of Bar
.mlemclay street.
The ERIE, Wednesday morning, at7 o'clock.
From the foot of Courtlandt street.
The DE WITT CLINTON, this afternoon, at 0
o'clock.
The SWALLOW, tomorrow afternoon at 6 o'clock.
NOTICE.-AII goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, spe-
cie, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped, or put
on board the boats of this line, must be at the iish of the
owners of such goods, freight, baggage, &c. ap29
j FOil CAN ION-Direct--The suRbror.A .i
2Wlship LEVANT, Captain William McDowell, will
5eJCbe despatched for Canton on the 10th May, to tihe
cirsgnmeitof,oS. Wier LeNis, who goes out In her P?
superc.rao, and will take charge of aiy shipment that
may be confided to him. For freight, out or home, or pas
sage, apply to
ap27 CARY & CO., 90 Pine at.
*A& L')l'DON LINK 01 -ACKETS'I' -'1To saith
-f lst May-The packet ship ST. JAMES, W
.. rSebrr, master, will sail as above, her regu
iar day. For freight or passage, apply to the captain
on board the ship, at foot of Maiden lane.or to
GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
apl7. 1341 Front street.
IM L'INDON LINE OF PACKETS-To sail on
4y=~the 20th May -The packet ship GLADIATOR,
[i'b(hoa. Britton, master, will sail as above her re-
gulat day.
For freight or passage, apply to the captain on boardat
Pine street whart, or to
ap29 GRiNNELL, MINTURN &CO. 134 Frontst.
i OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS-Pack,
WPJet of.l st May.-The EUROPE, E. G. Mar.
Wishall, master, will sail as above, her regular
day. For freight or passage, apply to the capt. can bSard,
at the foot of Beekman street, or to
GOODIUE & CO. or.
C. Hi MARSHALL, 64South st.
The rate of cabin passage by the Old Line will hereafter-
be $140 including wines, &c. and $120 without. apl6
AE FOR LIVERPOOL-Packet of the 7th May.-
IJThe packet ship ROSCOE, Captain Delano,
=y- will sail as above her regular day. For freight or
passage, apply o t board foot of Maiden lane, or to
apl5 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO 134 Frontst.
AtL FOR LIViRPOOL--Packet (of 13th May.-
il3M The packet ship "HEFFIELD, F. P. Allen, mas.
aftLter, will sail as above, her regular day. %For'
freight or passage, apply on board, at foot of Maiden lane,
or to ROBERT KERMIT, 74 South st.
The ship UNITED STATES, N. H. Holdridge, will
succeed the Sheffield, arid sail 13th June. apl9
j OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS-Packt"
of 19th May.-The OXFORD, J. tatlibone,
minaster, will sail as above, her regular day. I'-
1 oIri-eight or passage, apply to the Captain, on board,
aitthefont of Beekmarn'street, oi to -
GOODHUE & CO. Or4o .
C. H. MARSHALL, 64 South street.
The rate of cabin passage by the Old Li le will hereafter
be $140, iricluding wines, &c. and-$120 without ait27
..t FOR LiVERPOOL-i[New L'ne.]-Packiret of
S26iSth May.-The packet ship SHERIDAN, Capt.
ilKD Depeyster, 9JO tons burthen, will sail as above
For ireight.ot-passage, L iviaig accommodations unequal-
led for splendor and comfort, apply on board'at Orleans
wharf, foot of Wall street, or to
SE. K. COLLINS &CO; 56 Southat
The packet ship GARRICK, A.S. Palmer, will succeed
the Sheridan, and sail on the 25th June.
Le,teris by the pasftets will be charged .12 cents per sin
.gle sheet, and 50 cents per ounce. Newspapers 1 cent
each. ap2"
ii.t FOR LIVEIPOOL.-The superior fast sailing
iTl ccppered and copper fastened ship MOHAWK,
AlW Capt. Thing, having the greater part of her cargo
engaged, will meet witL quick despatch-; is now lying at
fjot of Oliver street, E. R and can take from 390 to 400
bales more. For freight of which, or passage, apply to
ap23 C, BARSTOW&POPE,.98Pinuest-
_L FOR LIVERPOOL-Regular Trader-( With
aikDesiatc.h)-The fine shipST. LAWRENCE, 0.
,.M~P Brown, master, is ready to take in cargo at plea
14, E R, a considerable part of which is-engazed, anxd *1,'
sail as above. For freight or passage, applyto
ap24 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 5.5 outh st, ,
FOR HAMBURG-The fioe coppered andI
flicopper fastened ship OSCAR, Captain Lorentiy,
/.iltiLof about 500 tons burthen, 2 years old, havllg a
large part of her cargo engaged, will have immediate de
sp4tch. For freight or passage, apply to
apIl8 GOODHUE & 8tCO. 64SouthsLt...,
4 Li FOR NEW ORLEANS-First Packet-To0sail
iCW^Tlis. Day. 7th instant.-Louisiana and New
3jBJ|York Line of Packets-The superior fast sailing
ship YAZOO,|Trask, master, will receive freight unti f six
o'clock this evening, at which time passengers will please
be on board, when the steamboat Hercules will lake the
ship to sea.
For freight or passage, having elegant furnished as.
commodations, apply on board atOrleans wharf, or to
E.K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South street.
Shippers will please send In theiribills lading immedi-
ately.
Freight at reduced rates.
Hereafter the ships of this line will sail every Saturday.
Freight free if detained beyond the regular day, except
by weather. ap27


A FOR SALE.-The whaling ship ILLINOJS,
with or without her whaling apparatus, barthen
425 tons, built in this city for a New Orleans
packet. Also, the whaling snip PORTLAND, burthen
325 tone, with or without her- whaling apparatus. Both of
these ships are well adapted to the whaling or freighting
business. For further particulars, apply on board, at
Juidd'swharf, orto GRINNELL, MINTURN St CO.
ap24 134 Fmrn_ street.


Vol &I aw V b '...a saiang coppered ani
s subwanrathThg EMM6A, 24a tons burthen, as ehe
,fta now lies at the foot of Pipe street. Apply to
mh2l GRINNELL. MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.
f P FOR, SALE, FREIGHT Ot CHARTER.-
[l The coppered and copper fastened ship MARCIA,-
. ..aisM aiis fast, and is well found, burthen 315 tons and
wll carry about 1200 bales compressed cotton. Apply on
board, at pier 20, ER, or to -
mh5 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO, 134 Front st.
i FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER-Tie new
i~lfaet "ailing copper fastened brig WILLIS, S
l kBrownell, master, has made only one'voyage,
ndis now in readiness to receive cargo. Apply op board,
t foot o' Rector st, N R, or to
fe2a 3. BARSTOW & POPE, 93 Pine at.
T FOR SALE-The abil, ILLINOIS, burthen
=iM]425 tons,, built m this city for a New Orleans pack-
S -et, coppered, copper fastened ann sheathed, with
all her whaling apparatus, consisting of copper boilers,
empty casks, boats, &c. For further particulars, app'y
on board at Judd's wharf, or to
ap9 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.
LUE POINTS!- BLUE POINTS!-I havtertceived
9. some thousands of the largest and best Oy-ters
that have been offered since the famous Instance of that
superior and well Known Oyster from ihe Blue Point
Bed. The Blue Point Oysters, known to all in theli day,
were certainly superior to all others, as they were laree,
solid, and of an excellent flavor, which qualities were
rarely combined then or now. This, my present lot of
oysters. sppruoach nearer tothis unusual and ,uch to be
regarded t'eat, than any I have had. I have a smaller
oyster, of the same kind, and of the same quality, in point'
of flavor ai d solidity. They aretnow offered for sale at
my establishment, 3, 5 and 7 Broad street.
THOSE. DOWNING.
The season of pickled oysters, for exportation, being
present, I have m,.de preparation accordingly. They are
very fine. I have the only Green Tuotles in the city,.
which I will.serve up in soup in a few days.
ap21 1w T.D.
G EORGE BRINLEY Jr. & CO. 34 Pine.street, offer
for sale-
100 bales heavy 28 inch Springfield Shirtings
160 do do 36 do Willimantic and other styles
Sheetings
30 do do 30 do Brown Drills
30 do do 3) do Ware Ticks
25 do assorted Baits
75 cases 3 4, 7 6 and 4 4 Bleached |Shirtings and
Sheetings
15 do No8,9 and 10 Apron checks
15 do Inesmedium and low Satinets
5 do Kentucky- Jeans
10 do blue Drills
Carpeting-Fine and common Ingrain.


I"[ ENS UNDER GARMENTS.-A large assort- ap2S 3tis ThS&Tu
LVJI meant, varying in quality and size, of Shirts and OWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South street, offer
Drawers of almost every description, suitable for the pro- f t for sale-
sent and coming season. Also, Hose and Half Hone, of Sugar-350 boxes prime Brown Sugar, just received
all the different fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra. Wool-loO bales Barbary Wood
vats, Suspenders, Prussian Dressing Robes, &c, with a Flour-457 bhis suUafine Flour
large assortment of Hosiery and Under Garments for Sugar-10 boxes ei m refined Sugar
Females For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery Corn-400 bags Souiern, just received
Store, 14 Maiden Laine, by Ctton. -63 bales prime Mississippi Cotton
aoT27 LANE & VAN ZANDT. Sewing Silk-5 half trunks Fenezio's. apl3
N EtA SPIN. GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES. IIBBERT'". PORTER-l100icaskt Porter and Brown
-HUGHES & GUYNET respectfully inform their I Stout, quarts and pints, of tis favorite brand, land-
customers and the ladies generally, that they are selling ing from ship Garonne, from London, for sale by
their large and seasonable assortment of Fancy and Staple ap25 GRACIE & CO.-20 Broad st.
Dry Goots.at very reduced prices, viz :
Beautiful small figured French Cambrics, at 2s 6d per UYSON & GUNPOWDER TEAS-Of the finest
yard .1 quality, imported during the season, for sale by
New designs do do Chintzes, at 3s per yard R. H. ATWELL, 31 1 Broadway,
The newest styles of l'ght Cambrics, at B3s J per yard ap26 corner o( White ot.
Also, fine printed Jaconets Ij'OUNG HYSOt TEa-60 half chests very supe.
New styles of Paris Mbluslins and Lawns rior cotintry packed, lor 2ale by
Plain, striped and figured Gros de Nap and Poult de GILLESPIE & EDWARDS, 149 Pearl st.
Soie ap26 5t cor Wall and Beaver
-Paris Embroideries and Laces aeALT-1200 sacks aehton's factory filled Sa t, discharg.
Mousselaines de Laines and Challies p ing from ship Sheridan, from Lverpool, for sale by
Jet nd blue black Bmbanes and raps ap6 K. COLLINS & CO. 6 South st.


J. P. WRIGHT*,
BOOX jAN'D JOB PRINTER,
(Office of the "New-York American,")
No. 74 CZAR STREET, y..
All Orders executed with neatntess anid punctuality, and
on moderate terms.
SChancery Bills and other Law work carefully printed
HUMAN HAIR,
WHISKERS AND EYEBROWS.
1.F Since the publication of A. GRANDJEAN' CoiM.
roSioreo, more than thirty imitations or counterfeits hare
successively appeared. Now the Pilous system is explore.
e I-by atl the Barbers of New York.
iut-no one, doubtless,will dispute that the author of
GRANDJEAN'S COMPOSITION
las the only person who has specially applied himself with
zeal and assiduity to these cur ous microscopic researches.
The encouragement he has received is a suie testimony of
the general satisfaction given. Tihe sale ot this article ex.
cee.a his mot sanguine expectation.
From this date Mr A. GKANDJEAN promises, accord.
ing to his conviction, toperformni extraordinary cures urier
all persons who will give him their confidence, and w .i4
will permit him to exercise according to the cause andal be
d fferent affeciors of the Pilous system. He appiecidtes
and combines with circumspecaion, all the prescriptions
given in'the best aurhorr, giving no preference to his
own remedlesexcept where the case requires itand where,
moreover, experience for so many years confirms its effi-
cacy.
The. principal remedies are -
.1st Paste, the use of which guarantees theinfalliable
cure of t .
cDXEROTRISIA,
and the temporary or permanent fall of the Hair-all tCu-
taneous' Eruptions of the Scalp of a Tetter nature, that
which Is most generally met with on the heads of young
children.
2d. Odoriferous Liquid, the employment of which, in a
short time, cues.
HYDROTRISIA.
3d. A peculiar Plaster, and a Diaphoretic Cap for the
treatment of Qaldness-and finally, prescriptions accord-
ing to the different cases and constitutions.*,
- Approved and-recommended by the N. Y. Medical Fa.
calty. Office, Barclay street, No I Astor House.
apt eod6w* .
A LEXANDER ROUX, Upholiter, fronm Panis, No
478 Broadway, would respectfully inform the ladies
and gentlemen of New York, tLat he intends carrying on
the above business In all its various branches, and hopes
by unremited attention, to merit a share of public patron.
age.
A. ROUX has on hand, and is constatintly manufac-
turing, every kind of Chairs, Sofas, and Couches of the
newest patterns, and most approved style. He would es.
specially call attention to his Iron Chairs and Bedsteads,
bearg an entire new article, never introduced in this couii-
try before, compiling comfort with durability, which can.
not be surpassed. ap22 1em
1 'ANES.-The subscriber has on hand, the large as.
CL sortment of Walking Canes in the city. made of par.
tridge,ebonycrocus,cocoa palm and other beautiful woods
mounted in every style.. Those purchasing for the South.-
ern market, are invited to examine this assortment, wl ich
for variety, cannot be equalled in the city, and will be sold
whclesale or retail, at very low prices, by -
010 A. B. STRANGE 331 Broadway
REPARPI)D WAX ArD MATERIALS FOR WAX
FLOWERS.-The nb acrlber has always on hand
ful s uiply of Sminth's prepared Wax, of every shade and
color, for sale by the dozen, in or boxes coni'aining 30 doz.
assorted colors for $5. .
010 A. B STRANGE, 331 Broadway.
",'1RSf. MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician of
iY.1 New York, having just received a large quantity
of herbs, roots, and essential-oils from Europe, not to bs
obtained in this country, will be abie to cure those dia.
eases which have baffled the skill of the most eminent phy-
eiclans. Mrs.Mott positively pledges herself to cure or
relieve all diseases incident to the human frame, and more
especially the following : rheumatism of however long
standing, tic'doloreux, gout, contraction, palsy, or pa.
raly'ted limbs decline, consumption, humors, scrofula
alt rbeina, k'ng's evil, canker ringworms catarrh, scala
head, dyspepsia, debility, spinal affections, nervQus symp-
tomns, white swelling, asthma, -jaunders, worms, liver
complaint, hemorrhoid, arid female weaknesses, fits or
falling sickness, and other diseases No mercury or
mineralofar.y kind used. Any females laboring under
various weaknesses may consult Mrs. Mott with perfect
confidence, and the greatest secrecy will be observed.-
Hours for seeing patients from 9 A. M. ujtil 6 P. M, at
her residence, 119 Spring street, west side of Bioadway.
All letters from the country (post !pald) promptly altended
t-. Medkiines forwarded to all parts of the United States.
ap24 eod Is tf
TiO M.) I.HERS-Whose children are troubled with'
K weakness of the urinary passages, can be cured by
by Mrs MOl T, who has long madethedisease a'particu.
lar branch of her study. ap2i iseodtf
i iROtSY DROPSY !-Persons laboring under this
? P distressing disease can be positively cured by M-s
MOT r, the celebrated Female Physician, without being
tapped. ap2-J iseodtt
10 I DOLOREUX-Positively cured without the use
. of the lancet, however longstanding, by Mrs MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement.
ap22 iseoditf
IITS FITS I FITS !-reraona laboring under this
-giesteasing malady can be posaltiv ly cured by Mrs
MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician.
ap22 iseodf .
SSTHMA AND PHTHISIC.-Persons troubled with
A these distressing diseases can meet with almost in.
stant relief and speedy cure by applying to Mrs MO'I T,
the-celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement.
ap22 eodistf
SCALD H EAD.- Thls prevy.lent dijease.Ia Bpeedily
*Nsml.nlaedb fV3H O t MtWieffV na\ fhysiclan.
ap52 iseoiJt-
Es ANIINQ ROOMS AND OFFICES TO LET, in the
I new ' Place and Hanover street, fronting W all street and the
Exchange. Possession given on the lIt of May. Apply
o A. H. DORR & CO. 48 Wall st.-
apl9 lOtis
MARINE PAVILION, ROCKAWAA, L I.-
,8, TO LET.--Thie highly fashionable and popular
iS i establishment will be let from let day of May
JL..--next, forn aearm of years, together with a full
supply of standing furniture. The premises are in prime
condition. For terms, apply to
STEPHEN WHITNEY, 48 Front st, or
ap22 6tis C. A. DAVIS, 21 Broad et.
COUNTRY RE.PIDENCE AT FOIST
.r n WASHINGTON TO LET.-A new atdconee-
| ll nient stone dwelling, with 2 no 4 acreseo'iaa4, In
.*-'the l2th Ward, 10& miles distant from the City
Hall. Apply near the premises to
ap26 3t* GURDON BUCK,or at N. dSioutlcet.
STO LET,
^--* The very handsome three story H1u.e No. 558
I** fBroadway, 28 feet front by 95 feet deep, finished
in the modern style, with bath room, tea room,


ac 'I here is a two story brick stable in the rear on
Crosby street. For particulars, apply to
WILKINS, ROLLINS & CO, 17 Broad st.,
apl8 tmsatM or NO %H JARVIS, 158 Mulberry st,
STO LET-The uppir part of Store No 35 Nas-
16na sau street, consisting of four spacious lofts, with
S a double counting room, Iron safe, & e Possea."
sioa.bn sIt May neit. or sooner if desired. Apply
to, C. H. RUSSELL & CO.
apl7 tillmyl 33 Pine street.
FOR SALE-The splcnlid new 3 story House
f with thq Lot in fee, No. 3 University place, near
IE Washington ,quire; one of the best houses aria
. I-.a.Umost desirable residences in the city. It ie 3 stories
exclusive ofceller, basement and attic, all of which are
finishedin the best modern style, with large parlors, din-
ing room, bathing room, water closet, boilers, &c. com-
plete. The mantels in the principal story are of statuary
and Sienna marble, arid the house has been built under the
superintendance of the subscriber for the residence of the
preaena owner. It is now ready 'for occupation. For
terms, and a view ot the premises. Apply to
J. GREEN PEARSON, at No 5, next door,
ap27 or 27 Merchants' Exchange.
TO LET.--ACountny Seat on the Blooming-
r n dale road, about five miles from the City Hall,
well arranged and car-able of accommodating a
-._ large and respectable family.
Also, a two story brick Dwelling House, N6 142 Thomp
son street.
Also, a block of ground sixty feet by ninety feet in Mott,
street, between Houston and Bleecker streets, suitable for
a coal yard. caipenters' shop, &c. Apply to
JOHN ADAMS, 47 Amity st,
mh29 Stavvistf or at theFulton Bank.


O N THE BANKS OF LONG ISLAND SOUND,
WEST CHESTER COUNTY.-FOR SALE.-A
place of 30 acres, beautifully situated near New York,
bounded 80 rods by the Boston Post road, and extending the
same distance along the Sound, to which it gently slopes.
It is under a nigh state of cultivation, and is susceptible of
being divided into 3 or 6 sites for country residence .s-pos.
sessing eveiy advantage for health and pleasure belong.
ing to-tha many elegant country seats in the v.cinity.-
Those 'wishing to purchase all, or a part, will obtain par.
ticularioformation of the<*improvements upon it,by p
plying at the office of ahe'New York American, 74 Cedar
street, or at W. W. CHESTER'S, Broadway, corner
Dey sWeet, New York City. mhl2 eodtf
TrjNO9ACCO-56 -hhds Kentucky Tobacco, just i-c.
cc, ve0, far sale by
apiS HOWLANi, & ASPTNWALL, 55 South at.
UD. IAT CANDLES-Judd's patent Can l'es,4'a And
V" U i, wbite and Colored; also, New Bedford Sperm
Caie, *S aje by
S R. H. ATWELL. 381 Broadway,


SCHOOLS.
MOUNT PLEASANT FEMALE SEMINARY,
Sinig Sng, i. 1. ".
T "- MRS. E. RO M'YN, Principal.
SHEi Spring and Summer Term commences the first
Week in May ; the Fall and Winter Term, the first week
in November. Eaeh term consists of 21 weeks, and Is
,-SIlowed by a vacation of four Weeks TThe edifice, i a
F1coIUs brick building; erected expressly for ]a Seiii*ary,
Is capable of accommodating from 40 to 60 pupils, two
dtbly occupying the same room. Pupils will bereceivud at
any period of the term. The strictest attention is paid
to their Intellectual and moral improvement- A Parisian
lady is engaged to reside it) the family, who will superin-
tend the French-4LcIpartmenE. For further information,
application mayUe made to the Principal, or to the Rev.
JAMES V. HENRlY StOgSing, who aids the Principal in
the management of he Iritotutiun
N. B -D arin 1hie vduation, troa April 10th to May 7ih,
Mrs Romeyn will be at the house ofr-the late Judge Irving,
37 Chambers street, where she will be happy to see those
who may wish to place their daughters under her care.
REFERENCeS i- Washington Irving, Eaq; Ebenezer Ir
ving, Esq; James Smith, Esq; Moses H Grinneli Esq;
Henry Bfevoort, Junr, Esq; Professor Renwick; ev MA
Eastburn, D D; Rev W W Phlips, D D; Rev c S
Stewart, New York.I
Sing Sing, March 13th, 1339. mhl2 2ailis
ST. MARY'S HALL,
GREEN BANK, BURLINGTON,
nr NZw JZasZv.
JL HE Summer Termn of this Institution will commence-
ob Wednesday, the first day of May. ,
The importance of a punctual attendance on the first
day of the Term, is respectfully urged upon all who in.
*end to become members of the Institution the present
season. .. -JOHN P. LATHROP, -.
Principal Teacher.
Burlington, April 5, 1839. ap9 3tawtnnyl
a.jYDJ. PAt4K INSTJTUTE.-'The Spring Session
ZR of thin Institution will commence on the 1slt day bf
Maynext. .
The desirable location of this establishment, with its
internal arrangements, present unusual claims to the
notice of parents and guardians, who are anxious to give
their sons or wards the opportunity of a thorough educa.
tion.
The course of instruction embraces all the branches of
English and Classical I literature, with the French and
Spanish Languages. Pnpils are prepared for any standing
in college, o.r for commercial life.
Inconsideration of the liberal encouragement already
afforded, the Principal has secured the assistance of the
crost experienced and competent teachers, who have been
eminently succeesfu! in their respective departments, and
the number of scholars being limited to THaIRTY rvi., it is
confidently believed that the'atteniion bestowed upon them
will afford the best opportunity for improvement.- -
The French instructor is a liberally educated native of
France., and resides permanently in' the family, that the
pupils may have the advantage of conversing frequently
and familiarly with liim. .
The Principal has many years' experience i ntfe tbusi-
ness of instruction, and solicitous tor the moral as well as
the intellectual improvement of his pupils, will exercise a
parental vigilance over them during the hours both of em -
ployment and recreation; the latter of which they will be
required to spend within ihe -bounds of the play ground,
unless permitted to leave in company with one of the. tea.
cher. "
Christian principles are inculcated, without interfering
with the tenets-of any particular sect. The pupils attend
such places of worhip as may baagreeable tothe wishes
of parents or guardians.
SThere are two terms in the year, 23 weeks each. The
first term commences on the first day of MAy,the second
on the first day of tNovember. .
TERMS: -
Boarding, washing, mending, and tultlonin the English
branches, with Mathematics, (rATAI.uX quSXAIL, IT AD,.
TAu C E.) -. ,..
-. e".$16e annum.
Latin and Greek.................. S .erquarter.
French........................ rido. .
.panish........................ 5 do.
sch pupil is required to fnrnish his own cot, bed, bed-
ding, toweIs. baiin,brushes, kc, or. they can b faurnished
at an-ex-a cbae, of $3 per quarter*.-
REFERENCES.
New York-F U Johnson, M :D ; Thomas- GI, Esq ;
N P Hosack, EAq; Jacob Harvey, Esq; E L Beadle, M U;
J Orville Taylor, Esq; M M Noah, Esq. -
Hyde Park -Rev K Snerwood;" John Johnson, Esq A1
Hon W W Woodworth,Theodore Allan, Esq.
Poughkeepsie- Hon.C H Ruggles.
JOEL N'I.ON, Principal.
Hyde Park, March 22, 1839. -: apIl9 iaw
rmi ERASMUS HALL, FLATBUSH,'L. tr
J1 HE Trustees of Erasmus Hall, respectfully inform
Sthe public that a new arrangement will take place in their
academy on the Ist of May next The present Principal,
the Rev. William H. Campbell, having resigned, the
Trustees have engaged the Rev Joseph Penny, D. D.,
President-of Hamiltyn College, to take charge of their In-
stitution. The eminett literary quitlin.cations of Dr Penny.
his known zeal in the cause of education, and the long
experience which he has had in the business of inslruc.
tion and the management of youth, inspire the hope, that
u.ider his care Erasmus -Hall will not only- continue to
maintain its established character for thoroughoeducation,
but assume a still higher rank among the literary 'insti
turtions of our country.
The Trustees are happy to state, that arrangements
have been made by which the Rev. William H. Camp.
bell will be retained a@ principal Classical Insti uctor.-
The present teacher employed in the instruction of
French, Mathematics and the natural sciences in the
Male Department, and the very accomplished lady who
has fer several years had charge of the Female depart-
ment. will also be continued.- Under this able and effi-
cient corps of Instructors, the Trustees flatter themselves,
that while they contemplate the introduction of eeveral of
the_ brgtrerbtxanche-et education not generally attended tu
in other academies, they will meet with liberal patronage
finae the public.
Grateful for the favour heretofore shown to their insti-
tution, the Trustees cherish rhe hope that from tie local
advantages of FlatbUsh, in being only fo.ir ana a quarter
miles from the city of New York and Brooklyn, (with
which it has dally communication by stage,) and unusu,
ally healthy-from the moderate rates oftuition andboard,
and from the assiduity of their teachers, they will receive
a large share of public enceuragement. -
By-order oflhe Board. .
JEREMIAH LOTT, President.
Fiatbpisd,+Februarv 20, 1839. ap20 lawtMl
BOArDInG SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,
kii AT MADISON, N. J.
t HIS J ummer Term of Madame CHEGARAY'S
i3CHOQ(4 will begin on thie first of May 0ext. .
Any o.ul}.nications through the pouit office, or left at
No, 409 B$oadway, will be attended to during the present
month, pe may be made personally io Madame C. ror a few
days alle, (tne 13th instant, from 12-to 3 o'clock, P. M. at.
the above aBober. apIo lm
IW/ J0 A, M. KIETEREDGiK respectfully iirforms
her friends and the public that she intends remov.
ing her eChool to No. 749 lBroadway, onr-the inrt Mo-nday
in May. She will then be ready toj' ceive pupils of both
sexes from 6 to 12 years of age, having engaged a lady
from New England, who will superintend the boys in a
separate apartment. Terms from 5 o $15. Referenices--


Rev. Dr. Minot. Rev. Mr. Dewey. apS 6w
I RS.. STAMl* will open her BOARDING SCHOOL
, on the srat day orMay next, at 170 Bleecker street,
corner of Varick Place. Application to be made there
after the I&.hof Ap il. A ftw day pupils will be received.
ap$ 4w

H FOSG4TE'"- ANODYNE CORDIAL-A sate
e* and efectual remedy- for the summer conr.plaints,
viz : Ularrhba and Ch)olera Morbus ; also Flatulent and
Spasmodic Chlolica; having been tested throughout the
State of New York and elsewhere, during the last twelve
years, with complete success.
Thisis undoubtedly the best Medicine now in use for the
above named diseases, and most of the Coughs, Lung
complaints ard Bowel affections Incident to our country.
The summer and autumnal Diarrheas (commonly known
by the term Dysenteries) that yearly make such dreadful
havoc among children sweeping thousands to their graves
in splteefall remedies usually prescribed, have never yet
been known to resist Its efficacy. When administered in
that Post distressing disease, the Cholera Morbus, it nev-
er fails to produce the most happy effects,.it the doses be
increased in quantity and frequency according to the vio-
lence of the symptoms, which ought and can always be
done with pei fect safety-and If any failure should occur,
it must be owing to a criminal negl gence. It speedily re.
lileves Vomitings, Griplngs, Flatulent and Spasmodic
Chobl'c. Its anodyne properties lender it peculiarly ap-
plicable in Cramps, likewise restlessness and weariness
of limbs. It is peculiarly useful for children when teeth,.
inh as it allays irritati in, induces moderate perspiration,
andi produces sleep, being superior to the Elixir Pare-
gtilo, the too free use of which has often proved injurious
by causing visceral obstructions, inrflammation and fever.
This medicine is discovered to be a certain and effectual
remedy for the intestinal diseases produced by the drinking
of the waters of the rivers in the southern and southwestern
States, which renders it of inestimable value to those who
reside or travel in those sections of the country.
Thp Inventor, aware that it is the fate of all prepare.
tions put up for public use, to be indiscriminately con.
demned by many, either from selfish motives, or a desire
to discover uncommon skill without knowing anythingof
their composition or medical virtues, and notwithstanding
however unj ast such decisions may be, or whatever weight
they may have, yet he confidently believes this medicine,
prepared with the greatest caution and from the best and
most suitable ingredients, will be found to relieve the
aflicred. lHe would call the attention of the public to the
celrtifisates accompanying each bottle, from gentlemen of
the highest respectability, among whom are.several physi.
clans and surgeons of undoubted talents and acquire.
mernts.
HAYDOCK, CORLIES & CO., 27 Liberty st,
9pW 2&wd2awe Wholesale Agents


tIRUN & DUVOISIN BROTHERS, No73 William


MOM""I*


ap22 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South'st.
C HAIN -'IABLES-An assortment of o english 4.han
SCables,f 'Griffith &I Lewis' make, for sile by
a20 DAVIS, BROOMS & CO., 2t Broada,
[HOICE OLD WINE-2i cases, each one >ee,. 4a,'
yeais old (vintage 1792) received per ship Mexican,
and for sale by
ap23 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad-st.
itlt I ON-ts50 tons Stotch and American Pig iron
S for sale by DAVIS.,B OOKS & CO. 20 -ltroad s
C HINA SILKS-A general assortment,- comprising
black Satins, Sarsnets aid Sinchews; white Pon.
Pees and PoneeeHdkfs; black Levantine- Hikus ; 8atin
Levantinea; Embroidered Crap. Shawls and Poitits of va-
rious styles-; black, colored and saddler's Sewings. &c.,
entitled to debenture, for sale by
ap2i lm CARY- & CO., N'Ptne street.
LUE NANKEENS_-20Ncases 10 yard pieces, Na&-
S kin dye, for sale by
ap25 2w CARY & CO 90 Pine street.,
F LOUR-a67 barrels superfine Floum, just received
for sale by HOWLAND & ASPINWALL,
ap25 5 South wriet.
OSTON hTZAM REFINED SUGAR- S boxes
Loatf, and 9 brispowdered, for sale by
a19 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 6S South st.
W HITE SINCHEWS-2 cases heavy whitt Sin.
W chews, for sale by, -t -
25 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 South st.
i RANDYT-20 half pipes "Alextr Seignette" brand
Son board brig Ossian, from Roche'lle, for sale by
REYBURN & VANDERVGORT,
ap25 10 Old slip.
LD COGNAC BRANDY-A few qr casts of very
supericr, imported expressly for private use, and
now under Custom House lock, for sale by
REYBURN & VANDkRVOORT,
ap25 1I Old slip.
"ORTER & BROWN STOUT-112 casks in pint
A and quart bottles, landing from ships Victoria and
Garonne, for sale by -
REYBURN & VANDERVOORT,
au2s5 10 Old slip.
'iH AMPAIGNE-(Expreos Brand.) -The subscribers
) having received the agency for the pale of this choice
Wine, will be constantly supplied with the same, and.havc
received per ship Burgundy, 160 baskets quarts andlpints,
whish will be sold on favorable ternne.
f28 "iRACIE Co. iSO rradot.
A OGA' HAIR.- 30 bales, for sale by
ItI 26 GOODHUE & CO 6 South st
DOTTED YARMOUTH HERRING-An Involce of
Potted Yarmouth Herring, a relish of superior de.
licacy, for sale by


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AUCTION SALES.
GbROGE B. ROLLINS. Auctioneer.
:' nWILKIN- -aiW IEs': .-& CO.
(Sales Boom No., 17 road street) -
r3. W. t. & Co. have made arrangements in add Itt
to their sales of Real Estate, at public and private sale,
attend to sales of HOUSEHOLD FtR1NITUAKcarg&e
of MbIahogany, Groceriesi &c. &e. ard;ito':asaci general
Auction and Commission business. -*t e a
W. R. & Co. have opened a RLEGISTER for the dispoo
sition of property at PRIVATE SALE
TOMORROW,.
At 12 o n'clock at their sales room,M 17 Broad street.
Chaicery Sale-Under the 'direction oi i'reaeick De-
peyster, Esq. Master in Chancery. The three story brick
horse %nd lot.144 Fulton street,a few doos east of Broad-
way For ;attculars see special advertisement aiged
Frederick Depeyster. Master In.bChancery. -. '
THURSDAY, June lJst. % .
At 12 o'clock at the Hotel of Henry Van Cott, in the vil.
large of Jamaica, LI, '. ,.
Chancery Sale-Uader the direction of Stephen Cam-
breleng, Esq. Master.in Chancery, all those certain lot's of
ground situate, lying and bei'g-n the village oe Jamaica,
in the county-of Queens, L I, known on a certain map
made by CharlWs Lott, City SurveyorIn .the city t New
York, as Nos 123 to 148 inclusive. For pavictlars see
advertisement in the Long Island Denmocrat, signed Ste-
Phen Catnbreleng, M-a4ter in Chancery.
L.XM. HOFFMAN, Auctioneer ,
S 'BY L. M; tIOUWIMAPIN &CO
L. M. o-," Store corner of Wall and Frontstre t
tuneai S afe ilu h Co.,will give their attention. Fura
"- .1 TOMORROW; .
At II o'clock Ilu front of the auction to'oe.
Wines-200.ca s Clarerat ;* quarteras" ajtin4lan
barrels ,M arseilleaMadsra; 10 do. lmftatlonPoni-140 do
'Muscst. U. of-w...
N. 0. Sugar-28 hhde N; O. 0iUir; for account Otwhbju
it may concern. r
Clover Seed -15 casks prime red lint 5 do white elover
seed, warrartedlast year, growth.
Sugar and Molasses--5 hhds Porte Rico molasmies 75
boxes white and brown BHavarna Sugar,. dfliaed on the
voyage. D. SDA, .
WE1DNESDAY,". .'+:,:
Teas-350cbhests sonebong, 500 131b boxes ffupiiorer
500 13;b boes imhpertai 0..lSlb boxes byson, 400 ht
chests young hyson, 400 chest do, all country packevsr
At It o'clock, in front of their Store,
Nutmegs-9 bls nutmei .
SAt 10 o'clock at thbe Phenix Sales Bo)i,.
Goat Skins--30 bales Mon0ngahela goat skins.
Window GIass- 60 boxesEngh window glaus,*
sorted sizei. e n w a s.
At 12 o'clock, in kout of the auction sii; .
Horse Hair-1- bali etruior mixed Buenos Ayre
horse hair.,- "of i e
SWALDEN PELL, Auctioneer.
BY ID. C. & W, PELJ. -
c". WSti- or No. 87WaTlsue,
a C&W Pell will give paue hs ar attention tedsales o
household furniture.
TOMORROW,
S At 11 o'clock in front otht' auction store, ..
Coffee -160 bags prime green Lsgrtea, for cash
Paper-2i0 ream hiblup wrappingpsapr
Sugar and Molases-26 bis claried agar, i5 hhds 'pe.
nor straw color su'ar house molasses.
PapSr-200 reams blue tobacco pspevo of large size, 400
do :ettr do.
S., Al lj 'clock n oft Carli ale sthbarf, N ,,
Madeira Wine-167 hhds and qr esuks Madeira,p art o f
superior quaity,UlandiYg from ship Mexico. 3er "ss.L
months a red t over $ 15k. .
inerWineo -At 12e o 'clock at the !sre oMeo omi Las.
sing y Co, 61 Watte r'st, thea aelante orthc stMck t wines
-conBisttng of the finest and blghea t cost Sherry. ldeia.
Port, Tokay, Rhine, Claret, Poraer, tbrotov n.il
Bracdy, Gin.superlor Havana oeoara, tn, lre
WEDNESDAY,
,- At m oril o'clock infronror theltore.
-Muskets-l case United Siades muskerts
TUESDA ay 7.
Peremptory Salei-At o1 01cloc at thqel u" rtoom-at
the City Hotel, a.largeassortmen being thes, iit. slgioc or
an importer, of broizrentnd'ilpte Aneiersplid1.ol 10
to 30 lights; a large variety of brov~z5 anogjivandai
bms..glasB shades and iandsome'stanji4
Aillo, lrot ze and marble pillars i; larid lbrone br.t gilt
candlesticks ;grass shades and rohesoed stands. a Taie
variety of candlesticksa of diffeirmnt patterns ; lab pair f
cut glass vaseesordiffereni colors ; 20 We Is de btuu ihose.-'
wool frame, inlaid; rich cut glass;od randlestiefe4 i4
eroizeand [I th rackets, aisorted dize,3 8, 4 -5....' I
-ights, 24 different patterns. AIs, splendid rooti d
]rrnkn, i Br~d tretIAlsocf, spefiad Yorm.,-df
gilt clocks, mounted on marble and rich arnd lange b, aS
Icuies, an.d gltas covers. 'Ihe whole being the entire
stock of an importer declining the biaines4, and will be
sold to the highest bidder. -
Sheriff treet -At 12 o'cl ek at the sales roniomWm H
Franklin, 15 Briad street, luthe ltyiof New Yjrk..uuder
tihe direction of 8tephen'Cambrejpf#, mast r inbchanery,"
alr that certain loi.,f ground 59 Snerlffst, anown as Nu 141
on Claspn's map made by Stephen Ludlamn, city suiTvejer
containing 25kbr 100 feet
WEDNES.DAY, May 1. -51
At U2 'clock in the publi storeoi-0Q WtasIyigit0t. :
Beet Rout Sugar Machinery.- An exieansiveiapparat,.
for the manufacture ofisugar from the beet root, as ia Ipont-
ed-trom France in the ship VlUs de Lyon. This machi;.
nery was qeleoted'-with peateare by. a gentlenmAa row In
this county-, aad afford, an op ortunnty lor mAh butlbinees
on an extensive scale.-i Ii measures 7 tons as per bill of -
lading, and samj oe examined it.: the day bf sale at the
above store. -

.FOR "
DR. HORNJBS A2sVE BTJIAE; a
R a OE LAST PAE O OF THIS PAPER. nl tE

wE^HE POUDRET y r siMPANi are prepared tore
,t mov Cthecontentorss O. *te' or Paizvzuiir a omahner
less offensive than t e uopane'O.i.e -0. ui
Tubs with close -coers are et be ured, which are no
proptfrito catsnor iR9 te ..er, butare cared ou
of the city in large waggo om. a ma ture
Orders left at the office, 120 Nasat u stres, e(t stiaire,
where sartlsaciory reierences willo be iron)or nt which
at the, City Inspector's Ofib e, No 2 7I- Hie, or atte
Nuw Jersey Peat CompanysOffice. No 6ejlghth Avenue,
^or f/at e ardT 1 30htreet, corl "n^ m tli2 :gh 'cents per cubic Not. o22 rerdth.

CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE.sThe subsaret '
^.. have on han a large stock of fresh manufactured
pning Uothiaig, forming a Complete aasoftmnent of almost
ver style usualy require for te S~ithor'n trade, which
p they frfo sl on liberal terms, ar No. 71- Cedar street
mb2 Ntis F. 3. CONANT A Jr
3.JORTUGU ES WOOL-ce bales Aine Portguese
K Wool, tor sale by
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