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Title: New-York American
Uniform Title: New-York American (New York, N.Y. 1821)
Alternate title: New York American
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: May 20, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Edition: Daily ed..
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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S- EW-YORK AMERICAN
PUBLISHED :FOE THE PROPRIETOR, BY
WATSON'VAN B-N", UUlrSEN.
TXRMS--DailyPaper, $10 per annum, payable semi-
,nM iv
end.Weetly Tuesday and Friday, $1, payable alway
IIr advance,
Tti Weekly, Tuesday, Thursday andj Saturday, at $5,
pyable alwys In advance.
___ ,UTeuI. faoradvertlsing in Daily IPaper,
"a"LF IU'ARIB, DA4LY--8 lines or lerss-First inser.
t on, 50 eentW; second and third Insertions, each S5
enl and 18 centsfor every subsequent insertion,
*qUAR E, DAILY--16ilines, or over 8 and less than 16-
Firt Insertion 75 cents; second and third insertions,
I Wcents; and 8i1centx for every subsequent insar
don. '.
ADVIrISEMENTS kpt on thein'ide are charged an
-addtoal price.
AOVXRTISZM ENT8, upon which the number o f times
*^4odswftien-ISOT MAR*ED, will be inserted and
chabted ntlUorere out.
1tAIY:EDVERTISKRR, paper included, $40-with-
It (the paper, 3(per annum: tnot, however, for a less
0. aneixmonth,.
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N EW-YORK Ia'F msURAiC. & TorS-T 0O.
It Ithly Rep6el.-.ince the last report 1 persons
bas been ijAsured:-
Of whow,8 are residents oft'heclt, ofNew-York. .
0 areresidentsoutoftbecity of NewYork.
0, '. 6are ;Merchants "
1 a Clergymen
.3 la Lawyer
'iareother pursults.
t se, thert s'eiemured for 1 year an a over 4
-. --arirtltkpridfor7 year, 9
tkere are insured for life, 0

of r kee tibre are.insuredfbr$1l,000 andundr 8
S -ltherea: nauridfor $S,000 andunder 10
bereart insured for $10,00 and. under _0
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,; ar. A. SICOLL.Secretary
STHlEHOWARLDINI8PRANCECOMPAfIk,
i "" "Office 54 Walil street. -
4* IW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARIS.-Thts Com.-
iap"con'u,neIto make Iksuvance against lose and damage-
Sbyfie.apd tlhe awards ofinlandAavigatdon.
S .' DIRECTORS.
," ..; a4venB. President, B. L. Woolley, -
Nalti Tavlor M-icab Baldwin,,
uorn tlue W.Lawrence, Joseph Otise,
JPhld ip PhBnlx,i, .anning C. Tucker,
qimIotrisen, Meigs D Benjamil
oseph B. Varnmumi, Jhn gRa kin,
0 Lee, JohnD. W olfe,.
C k(*60. Iadlted. Nathaniel Weed,
SWilam ToddI .Fetdinand Sdydam,
S .. William Couth.
dt LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
,t'Fna UNITED' STAT8 JFIR.- INSULKAiNCt
JL QN.- MIANY have, removed their office to 66 Wall
r .N-is#;whewre -applications for Insurance against iloa or
u is" Me ityAre will receive prompt attention.
I .
MohnL. Biwt. Ebeniezer Cauldwell
S. i lha Willis Morrils Ketchum
P* WIcJrks Joshua S. Underhill
bkee. Cornea Charles T. Cromwell
mia Ak"r "LLrne lusWLawrence
:iAmin CorHem NMathaniel Lord
A4ndteyMurry Charles Kneelandi
irW.W Lawrenoe Edward A. Wright
_tphsVe t Van Wyck asiUiBn Clark
iac rot .. Robort B. Mihturn
Rolert P. Weei' James Lovett
") Whod W llam Bradfordo
-.,..iW Jenskio ""Thomas W. PearsIall
iaaJSilarong s-Wood
.GorgoAmse y eborkeX)DzPost
,. ,rialI,FCarpenier Bejamin A. Mott
James H.Titus Joqeph L. frame.
v em: f ~Robert H. Bowoe. .
,-r, "; 'IJ.-L BOWNE, President.
xc*s W vx.8 1V .o0ii GU*RDIAN INSURANCE COMPANY
X ,li-fi Offce.No. ? Wall sgteest.
.' i Co jny sures against lossaor;damriage by
.iriIDw"Uitnyluahe, Wate hquqes, and other bulldingse
q .. yr.ladi., Ships i] p]ort and their Cargoes, Household
fmrnimure,.-and every descrlptioon o perspnai property.
411 kwsespusuWined by them .*Wl.oue adjusted With libe-
-- lity and prmly settled....... '
=. ,, 1 r DIgECTORS "
"! ''- ~ "K. ,H RY.ANKIN, president. .
bed", nd' -" William Colgate
S,-.. r I Johnston Gardner 0. Howland
ll Maitland Robert Dyson.
S ohn Jobnaston John Van Nostrand
4 ISi S. Kennedy Henry Breevort, Jr.
Gt l March Francis BurritL
S" '' 'JO P GRIENLEAF, 8arolry'.
_We'Totk,'ebruary Sl8B. e8a .
kw.roUKA.LLt^,4 SUUANkI aITMUN'1 CU
C -roBB. I yeffhatlsrance5W hithth14oBPpiIYOn
eir ownlives, orihe'"lves of6(hers, and either for the
-*ks'ledioatieo of life, Atlor & Ilmited period. The pay
eiifpre Jaaa440e04her.i70ada.11u4iy orin
ITOSS sum. ...


Pr'tmiums on one nnarea dollarE -
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14 72 86 1 58 38 1 48 1 70 3 0f
iS. 27 $8"A6 89 1 57 176 3 11
16 84 90 1 62 40 169 183 3 20
17 86 91 1 64 41 178 188 3 31
18 i 9 92 1 69 44 1,85 189 3 40
19 90 ;4 I 70 43 1P9 i92 8 51
20 91 95 1 77 441 9b 194-13 63
21 92 97 182 45 191 196 373
22 94 99 1 88 46 1921 99 83 87
23 97 103 1 93 47 1931 99 4 01
24 99-1 07198 48 104202417
5 1 CO 10122 04 49 195204449
6:,071 17 1 11 501 96109 460
$ 2' 112 1283217 611 97220475
1! 10 1 28 224 52 202-287 4 90
1 28 18 i 31 8 3 2 120 259 524
30 1 81 1" 326 54 2 18 299 5 49
31 1821 2243 65 232 3 21 578
82 183 1 6250 80 247 85 6 05
33 1341 b 2 57 57 270 420627
341 35 1 264 583814431650
S36 1 6 2 75 i 91 367 4 686 75
38 1 89 167 81' 60 4 86 4 91 7 00
S371 43 81 3 290 '41 .-.;
o Altey will be received in deposits by the Compary and
e,uin m trunit,lpon which interest will be alloweJ as fold
OWN %
Upon eums oyer $100, irredeemable for I year, 4jlper ct
doe do 100, do Sas. 4 "'
d4 a 100, do 2"
TRUSTEES.
Win. Bar James Kent I
Ihonmat W. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime' I
Wm. B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereux
Beni. Knower Gulian C. Verplanch
I er'Harmony Henry Brevoort;jr,
Jof n 0. Coaster James McBride,
Ton UM Suffers JchnRathbone, Jrt
,. n Mason P. G. Stuyvesant 1
a muel Tbomsou rhomas J. Oakley
BeuljaminL. Swan Stephen Whitney :
Stepben Warren John Jacob Astor.
,BobrRsy QardnerG. Hewland
JonJohnson Corn.W. Lawrence
S.Jonathan Goodhue
.... WM. BARD,Presid


f.?A. NcoLa,8ecretary.
"'D'ldley Atkins. hysiclan to the Company. f
V Yi t 'GOODS-A10' cases I inen Cambrics and Linen
',,. 3 J- Cambric Hdkfs
6 bales Dutch Camblets
-. caesGros de Naples
'2 cases Tafleta Ribbonsblack and colored.1
For Isale by L. Pi DE LTTZE& VOLZI
Mh22 84 Beaver at.
RAILROAD IRON, LOCOMOT-VES, SPIKES,
..... 1 'CHAINa, &%. &c.-The subselbers receive or
.. es for every de( iption of railroad tars; spikes, pih
Selag plates, chains for inclined planes, stay and tort
i' lItoias of improved patent iron, Locomotive engines, ic.
'; at manut'cturers' prices. A distinguished Engineer
Sresides in England t r the purpose of inspecting all rail.
., w, y iroD a machitnery ordered through us.
P YA"Vi[ 5BO(OFSZ& CO.,21 Broad st., New York.
*"' t ... i h nd for sale.
A W tons 2 inch byt ini h rails, 15 feet each.
-g., do 2 do do 15 do.
with spikes and splicing plates adapted thereto. Orders
S' fei all descriptions of spikes, executed at the shortest no.
... .-- .. ap27 tf


DRY GOODS, &C. -
IANVtY GOODS.-Paris Lawns; Jaconet Muslins,
Sumto ethe with general assortment of SprlDng and
Summer Goods, at
my7 CLARKE & COMPANY'S, 837 Broadway.
1 HOPPAS AND BANDANAS-Latge size and extra
Quality, this day received by
myls J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden lane.
I NEN DRILLING-The subscriber has this day
R_ received, superfine Linen Drilling, which he of
fers for sale on reasonable terms.
my15 J 8. FLEET, 10 Maiden lane.
d RIMSON MOREEN.-The subscriber has this day
r received one Case Crimison Moreens, which he ot.
ere for sale at. low prices.
my15 -J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.
W OR S EU DAMASK-The subscriber has this
w day received Worsted Damask, of various colors,
and are for sale cheap, by
myl5 J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.


LIABLE AND PIANO COVERS-The subscriber
has this day received a large assortment of Table
and Piano Covers: among which are 7 and 9 4 Embeased
Cloth Table and Yiano Covers, 6 7 and 8 4 French printed
ClOoth Table and Piano Covers, 5 6,718 and O 4 Woted
Table and'ianoCovere, of all colors. Also, all sizes and
colors of Cloth Table and Piano Covers.
iyls .I. .S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane
-' OUSSELAIN DE LAJNES.-CLARK A COM..
I-. PAWY will open this morning, one as e Mousse.
tjain doe Lames, sall patterns, suitable irr travelling
dresses. myl8 3t
RA?-e D'ETE-8.se n L. HOLto iES, 44 Maiden Lane,
S have received black and colored Drap D'Ete, for
gentlemen's wear. 4lso,.fine London Drills, by the piece
or at retailI.,
On htn ad, gentlemen'sHlose and half haose. my6 3
A 4 C SSELINE DE LAINE-S. k L. HOLMES,
t No 44 Maiden LIne, have just. opentf an assort-
ment of handsome pattern eMougoeline de Lan r s. Also,
plain black do. Ag"II.
On han d--Lead color and bAiflk Mourning Lawns.
myl6 3t
El4 UNDER GARMENTS.-A large assort.
LV ment, varying in quality and size, of Shirts and
Pnraws of i&.aoSt every description, suitable for thepre-
sent and z9m'ni eason. Also, Hore and Half Hoes, of
all the oiffereut fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.
vats, Suspenders, Prussian aDressing Robes, &c, with a
large asd rament of Hosiery and Unider Garmentsr for
omuales "For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery
Store, 14 .aiden .Laina,' by
a-07 LANE & VAN .ANDT.
9W OUL-S! NEW 4 OOD$a S selling at very re.
Sdncedpricea,!! y
- The subscrib.ers would respectfully inform their cu-
tomer,wstrenge*, and others, that they are now selling
their large ani seasonable stoCk of French Fancy ai.d.
Staple, 'Dry Goods, at an immense reduction for cash.-
Their assortment will be round to comptisethe most nova
'and b-1 audli tyles ofr. Fancy Silk, Broche Cashmere
Thibet, and Camels Hafr.-long and square Shawls, of all
sizes: plain and figured Poult de Scies, Gros d'lfriquel
Velours d'Alger 'and Satin Reps: plain and figured change,
able Gros de Nap, P de loie, and Gros d'Afrique, of'
the: most delicate and beautiful combinations of colors;
all the various styles of j-it and blue black Silks. Bomba.
zines and Crapese a ver: laree and beautiful variety or
Spring Cambrics, Jaconets and Muselins; Chalies and.
Moasselineede Lahes at all prices; Paris Embroideries,
Thread Laces, Silk, Cotton an Woollen oeHosiery, Fancy
IUdkfa, 'Scarfs, &c.' &c. by the piece or yard.
inyll lw HUkiHES & GVYN ET, 254 Broadway.
BANS, DRILLINGS, ERMINZTS.-S. & L.
-HOL"ES, No 44 Maiden lane, have received a
'large assortment of goods for boys' summer wear, viz:
1 case white Drillings, from low to very fine
1 do brown French-and English do
1 do striped Jeans, some all white
1 doErminete or Merino Cassimere
S1 do ipixed Lasting
1 do brown French Linens, &c
Together with an extensive assortment of Linens, Sheet-
ings, Damask Table Cloths, by the piece ant at retail, at
low prices.
N: B --On hand, zenuine-Eau de Cologne. mylO 2t
A:LKJ. T. STEWART & CO. have just received,
A and offer for sale at their ware roeps, 257 Broad.
way--
Foulard*Silk, superior quality and new patterns
Gros Odier Camnbrics, of the latest styles
Do Jaconets do do do
Embroidered Silk and Muslin Robes
Do do do Mantillas -
A handsome assortment of Silk,-Muslin and Valenciaiep
Laces
Fancy. Silk Bags ;
New style Embroideries,
Together witii'a general assortment of Fancy and Staple
Silk Goods; to which they Invite the attention of purcha#
mero. my$


STAPLE DRY GOODS.-The subscribed has just re-
Scalved a; large ,assortmentlof Jioreign and Domestic
Dry Goods; among which .re- '
S41 and IIrish iLhm '- : '- ".
SBarnaley and do do Shtleetings.
Hone Mill and Walthan do
Linen and woollen Crumb Cloths
Marselles and French Quilts
White aneolored Counterpanes
Damask Table Cloths and Napkins
Embossed Cloth, table and piano covers
Printed do ,do and do do
Worsted and Cotton do and do do
White and brown Linen Drillings
Cloths, Casimeres and Vestings
Bishop Lawns and Brook Muslins
India Nankeens, Ginghams, antd Prints
Mousselinede Lane, &c, &c; all of which'he will sell
at low prices.
myl J S. FLEET, 10 Malden lane.
U LARKE & COMPANY, No. 337 Broadway, have
now on hand and offer to the ladies of this city, fae
mihies from the country and country merchants, a desir.
able assortment of new Spring and Summer Fancy Goods-
consisting of-
Rich Chene Silks
Do satin striped Pekin do
Do do do and figured Pou de Sois
Do do do do Grode Nap
Do colored striped and figured do
Do plain and figured changeable
Plain Gro de Atriques
Do Gro de Suisee
Do Armures
Italian Lustring
Poult de Sole and Satins
Br<,che Shawls,64, all wool
French Cashmere do
Embroidered and printed Thibet do
Embroidered Mousseline de Laine no
A splendid assortment ofPlain, damask, figured and
SEmbroidered Silk Shawls and Mantillas
Rich plain and embroidered Fillet Shawls
g Do Mode do
Glaces Silk Squares,with fringes
SA large assortment of Paris Lawns
Jaconets, French Prints, Challys
Mousselaine de Laine, Brussels and Thread Laces
Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, Scarls, Fancy Hdkfs,
Bags, &Cc.
A handsome assortment of Paris Embroidery of the new.
eststyle. ap23 Iw
fiftH. MUSEUM OF FOREIGN LITERATURE,
SCIENCE AND ART, is published every month
by E. L1TTELL & CO. 279 Chesnut street, Philalde'phia,
at Six Dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant sub.
scribers are requested to remit a $5 note on account.
With the year 1839 begins the Seventh Volume of a
New Series, complete sets of wIbtch can be furnished at
Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or rwo Dollars arid a
Half bound. The New Series is begun because we are no
longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old.
2 CONTENTS OF THE APRIL NUMBER.
1 Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Edinburgh Re.
view
2 Railroad, Quarterly Review
3 Despatches of La Mothe Fenelon, Foreign Quarterly
Review
4 Earlier English Motal Songs and Poems,, Black.
wocd's Magazine
iDiary of a Dutch Diplomatist in Loldon, Monthly
Chronicle'
S6 Poetry-The Myitle; Oaks of England; Lament of
the Cher kee ; Kate ; Sonnets by Washington
Bro' .'n ; To the Planet Venus, Amaranth, Black
wood's Magazine, Bentley's Magazine
7 German Manufactures and English Corn Laws,
Monthly chronicle
8 English Poets, vol 1, Examiner
9 Home's History of Napoleoo do
10 Jack Shieppard, Bentley's Miscellany
11 Fenim re Cooper 'versu. Waltar Scott, jFraser's
Magazine
12 Civil Engineering in America, United Service Jour,
nal
13 Fraser's Travela in Persia, Menthly Review
14 A Letter from the Falls of Niagara. United Service


pupils, and distributes only on an order from the principal.
No accounts will in any cask. be made for the pupils, nor
will avy expenditures be incui.':ed for them,further than ths
amount of money deposited fotr heir use.
Wardrobts.-A directress is en.ployed to take charge of
the wardrobe who devotes herself exclusively tothat duty.
To save much trouble, every putol should have each ar
tidle of his clothing distinctly marked with the initials of
his name, and possess complete inventory of the whole.
He should also have, as his own property, a set of
Brushes and combs, a" Bible" and a "Book of Common
I Prayer."
I Examinations.-An examination is held every Friday
of the divisions under the several Instructors, In rotation,
and a general examination of all the divisions at the clo-e
of each term. These examinations are open to the friends
aod patrons of the Institution.
Exhibitions -An exercise in composition and declama
ion will conclude each of the semi-annual examinations.
.Jpparatus.-The Labaratory s furnished with appai
I ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the several
Departments, and to exhibit practically the several subject
connected with the course of btudy.
'T'erms.-The terms are $230 per annum, payable hall
yearly in advance. Requisites, such as fuel, lights, wash
ng, mending, .beds, bedding, books, stationery, &Sc. are
urnished. and without extra charge.
S Jlcademic Year.-The academic year embraces forty
Ssix weeks, in two terms of twenty-three weeks each.
Vacations.-There are two vacations. At the expira-
tion of the first term, there will be a vacation of four
weeks ; at the expiration of the f second, one of two weeks,
kpowp as fall and spring vacations
Directions.- Persons desirous of placing pupils in the
Instit' re, or ofoL. ning further information relative to it,
may address the Principal, either personally, or through
the Post Office, or J. W. Mitchell, Esq., 63i Cedar street
New York. Citculars may be obtained on applicatiopr r
either ofthe above; also at the book store of Swords. Stare
ordj& Ce.New York.
OFFICERS:
Rev. N- F. WALKER, A M PrlnC:pi and Propriec
A -- ._ _. ,_a n r o r e


SCHOOLS.
IRVING INSTITUTE,
An English and Classical Boarding School for
Boys.
Tarrytown, Westchester Co., New York.
WILLIAM P.LYON. plo
CHARLES H. LYON, A. M., 5 Principal-
N O Day Scholars are received.
Reference, by nermisslon, to the following gentlemen':
Tairytown.-Washington Irving, Esq ; Rey George
Dubois ; General James Benedict; Steuben Swartwout,
Esq.
U. S. Senate.-Hon. Daniel Webster.
Sing Sing.-Rev Dr Creiehlon.
Middleton,'Connecticut.-Rev Dr Fisk,'Pres. Wesleyan
University. .
Washington, D. C.-J L O'Sullivan, Esq.
New York C:ty.-Hon Guliah C Verplanck William
A Duer, LL D,Pres.Columbia College; Rev Dr M'Vickar,
Rev Dr Bangs; Rev Dr Berrian; Herman Le Roy, Esq-
Harper & Brothers; 5 r J R Van Rensselaer ; Davd
Gra'iam, Eeq; George TTrimble, Esq.
Also, to the following gentlemen, who have sons or wards
in the Institution,.-
Elisha Morril0,Esq; Gen G H Strlkeri H Weed, Esq-
T Woodruff, Esq ; Charles Osborn, Esq; James Mor.
ris, Esq; William Browning, Esq ; Henry Lott, Esq.
Freeman Campbell, Esq; Thomes.E Hulse, Esq; B F
Howe, Esq; Peter Rose, Esq; Thomas Bloomer, IfEsq; R
0 Christopher, Esq; PP Lyon, Esq; S Fanning, Esq;
Messrs H & S Raynor, &c, New York; Jacob Le Roy,
Esq. LeRoy, N.Y; James M Hoyt, Esq, Jersey C~ty; Dr
A W Gates; P W Paddock, Esq Yonkers, N Y; Christo.,
pher Appleton, Esq, Pennsylvania; Michael Robins, Esq,
Virginia; WilliamS Jenkins, Esq, Kectucky; WilliamS
Dunham, Esq, Bro6kiyn, N Y, Kendal S Robins, 'Esq,
.Natchez, Miss; Lie.utTThornton A Jenkins, U .S N, Balti-
morei Clark Hammond, Esq, Beekmantown, N Y.
Circualr may be had at W A Colman's, 205 Broadway
T J Crowen,1567 Broadway, and H & S Rayno, 76 Bow
fe27 3m
S .. EPijSCOPAL INSTITUTE.
Ll OTICt.-TIhe Principal or this Institution, grateful
for the very general approbation with which his plan has
-been received, begs leave again to bring it to the notice of
Stnat portion of the public who desire for thtir sons a
sound, practical, and christian education.
Third Year.-The first, term of the third year of
(he Institute 'iwlll|ommence on' ,,Wedneslay, the firstof
iray next, aid with materially extended facilities 'in al-
most every department. Essential additions have peen
made, especially In the department of Modern Languges.
The instruction in Ftench particularly is the best that could
be secured
-Buildings.-The buildings for the Institute are now all
completed, and were erected for the purpose to which they
are devoted. They are new, spacious, and sightly; and are
fitted up on a convenience of plan, and a neatness of style,
which are not exceeded. They comprise accommodations
for fifty pupils, rooming in pairs-fobi the Instructors-
the Principal and thefamily-a g-neralSchoolRoom-Re
eitationhRooms-.a Readina Rob.t-a Laboratory-and a
Chanehl, ,
Locatwn.--The location is unsurpassed for healthiness
and beauty. It is upon an eminence in the suburbs of the
city, securing, b: its retirement and elevation, a free and
healthyatmosphere, and commanding an extensive and
delightful.view. It ia such as to render it unnecessary for
the pupils to have any connection witb the city, except,
when occasionally permitted by the principal, for social"
intercourse, and purposes of business .
Ground*.-The Grounds connected with the establish.
ment are ample and beautiful, affording full scope for re,
creation anid amusement.
Teachers.-The Institutioni carried on by the Princi
pal, and assistants of character and experience in the proP
fession.
Design.-Its design is, to impart a thorough and prac.
tical education, upon decidedly christian principles-to
unite sound learning with pure religion.
Plan and Goovernment.-It Is conducted upon the plan
of a well regulated Christian -family-; for the time, the
adopted home of its members
S Tne Principal, regarding himself in the place of a pa
.rent, encourages a fresh and open intercourse between the
pupils atd himself, and endeavors, by winning upon the
affections, and, by the presentation of proper motives, to
induce a faithrul discharge of duty. The government is
therefore strictly parental.
X.rrangement. -1 agreement with the natural conet
tuion of the pupil, the school is arranged in three depart-
met.as, the Mural, the Intellectual, and the Physical
Moral Depaf'tment.-,Thebora. Department, which in-
volvesthe government, is supplied by the Principal.t It em
braces a course of moral and religious studies, adapted to
each pupil. To the Hol4 Scriptures constant references
made, as the foundation on which alone may be built
solid and enduring character, and as the only safe and prol
per basis of Chirstiajn education. The views of scripture
trwuh, and of religious duty presented, are in strict acl
ScordaneM with the dcctrfnes, discipline, and worship of the
Proteetant Kpiscoral CQhurch; It is the constant endeal
yor in this department to win over to the Saviour, and
tff hli boJy-th a.hurch-the first and strongest affectlono
oftheyiouthful heart. .
SIntellectual Department.-.-The Intellectual Depaml
: mentembrace all the ordinary English branches neces
'sary to bhusineAs and commerciall pursuits ; additional tfaI
cilite Jor u 1jhuctiuu iw the.-bieher pItnnemsto 1 .iaarn
ing,winh reftrercc college requirements, to Teachlin.
the Profeulona, and Civfl .7ngiieerTtfI also in V0eailu-
sic, Drawing, and'the Modern Langsages. Ii is conduct.
ed by the Principal and assistants, and by such n sters
as it is necessary trom time to time to employ.
Instruction in this department is specially directed to the
understanding. It is the endeavor here to improve and
strengthen the thinking powers. The pupils, therefore<
are taught the rationale of whatever comes before them;
more attention is paid to principles than rules. Particular
regard is had to the intended future destination of the pug
pil, and his education is directed accordingly. He may
be fitted for the Counting Room, for Engineering, for Col
lege, forTeaching, or for the study of the Prolessions,
Physical Department.-The Physical Department is
intended for "exercise and health. It is superintended al
ways by a master, who has the supervision and direction
of the pupils in all hours not taken up in tke exercises of
the school, and instructs in agreeable and useful exercises,
promoive of health and happiness
M1aneers and Habita.-Special attention is paid to manly
nera and habits. Association with the family, and witi-
occasional company, is, for their improvemeno,encourageda
It is the endeavor to prepare the pupil to move with pros
priety and ease in every circle ol society.
Requirementa.-The admission of pupils is restricted to
no; particular age. But diligent attention t. ... Jperfurm-
a-e of duties, anu pioprietyof deportmenit, are expected
all who become members of the institution
rRecord and Reports.--A daily record of the delcien
cies ot pupils in their several classes is kept by each. teach
er, which is weekly submitted by the principal to each pu
piJ; and, at the expiration of Scur weeks, to the parents or
guardians of each. in the form of a report.
hPocket Money.--Pupilshave but little reasonable use
for pocket mone) They' are supplied by the principal
with all necessaries, and more than these serve only to
create and nourish artificial tastes and wants, which have
an unfavorable bearing on future character. They will,
therefore, be allowed no money, but at the pleasure of the
principal. This rule is imperative, and, enforced, saves exf
pense to the parent and character to the pupil. The Purl
ser takes charge of all m'>neys intended for 'the use of the


'4 OAL.- The .subscribers have on hand Liverpool Or
Srel, Sidney, Pictu.VireiniM, fine Liverpoo, Riddled
Newcastle, and Cannell Coa fo thegrate and 'anufac-
turers' useefor sale atthe'market rates, in lots to-suit pur-
chasers, LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washingfiton at.
corner of Le Roy and .Greenwichst, and
mh9 E,. Broaday andGoVerneursta,
J ACUKAWANA COAL-F, sale -by the cargo-De-
J liverable at Brooklyn. jpply at the c.fce of the
Delaware and Hudson Canal obrpafty,l-3 Pine street
New Yore, or to ALFRED WWIG eT, A&gent, at prov'
dence, Rhode Island. "r d4tf
tI3ACH MOUNTAIN COAL.-The subscribers have "
. for sale Peach Mountain Coal, of superior quality, in
broken,, egg, Irmp, andnut sizes, at the market price, in
lots result purhasers.
LAIW" & l RANDOLPH, 2501jashingtonh at.,
cor. ot Le Roy and Grftiwich st. and
ap20 cor., of East Broadway'and Gouverneur street.
VTIRGINIA COAL AFLOAT-Now lndjng from schr
W Elizahetlh, a cargo of Virginia Coal, of firkt rate
quality for smiths' use. For sale In lots to suit purcha-
sers, by LAtNOG'& RANDOLPH, 251 Wa4hington .st,
and corner etof-tEast Broadway and Gouverneur street.
m yl4 ,, .
i, ALLSEND NEWCASTLE COAL, AFLdATr.-
SV Now discharging from brig Defelnder, a cargo of
Haswell's Wallsend Newcastle Coal, of superior quality
for family, smith's and manufacturing purposes.. Fur sale
in lots to suit purchasers, by
LAINO a RANii.LPa5O Wamblngan At.,"
myc I .*.d e-or. a r.. BrTaId.KJ,.y.d G- o.,erazlar It.
-7OTICK TO OVEktSEERS OF THE POOB.-
L% INSTITUTION FOR THE INSTI.UCTION 01
THE BUIND-State of New Ytork, Secretary's Office.-
By an act of the Legislature, passed on thae8th:ef April,
1'839, theo-managers, ofhe New Vork InIstuI for the
Blind are authorised to receive eight intelligent blind per.
vons from each Sonate district, in addition to those hereto.
fore provided for by the State, between eight and twenty
five years of age, in like manner, and at the like expense,
as the State pupils now in said institution, to be instructed
for a period not exceeding five years ; but the term may be
extended under certain circumstances uot exceeding two
years. The number before authorized to be received 'was
eight from each Senate district, so that the wo e nrvmb' r
now to be instructed at the expense c0 tr e era e. h :., -t., ri
from each Senate district, making one hunarec i. ,
ty eight in the whole.
There are now fifty five state pupils in the inastitut n
leaving seventy three vacancies which are to be supplied
from the several Senatedistrictas follows: From the Ist,
eight; from the 2d, nine; from the 3d, nine; from the 4th,
eight; Iroms the 5th, eight; from the 6th, eight; fiom the
7th, ten; from tLe 8th thirteen.
The overseers oi the poor in each town are required by
law to furnish the Superintendent of common schools with
a list a1 the blind persons in their respective towns, so far
as they can ascertain them, with such particulars in rela-
tion to each as shall be prescribed by the Superintendent.
From the list thus obtained, the Superintendent is to se-
lect as state pupils such as are properly embraced within
the existing laws.
The Superintendent has no doubt that the humane in
every part of the.State will be ready to aid him in second.
ine the noble liberality of t0e legislature, and that all the
officers who are chaired with any duties under ithe law,
will with alacrity anid pleasure tender every aid in their
power to afford instruction to the destitute and afflicted
blind in our community. He therefore calls upon the over.
seers of the poor in each town of the State, forthwith to fur-.
nish to him by mail, lists of indigent blind" persons within
their respective towns, who ire suitable persons to be in-
structed in the New York ins ,u'lon. The lists will con.
lain the following p articular
l1t The name of eactbl i the town, between
eight and twenty five yaare o lEat r specifying their ages
respectively.
2d The name ofthera;c.-,: .a: it relative, or guar
dian 'f each.
2d The pecuniaryaLl, ; oi ach bAn 1 person or of his
parent to pay for his bt ero ane tutor u, and also separate.
ly, their ability to clothe hima. Ihe annual expense of
board, lodging and tuition is cne hundred and fif:y dollars;
and the sum of twenty dollar annually, it is believed will
clo0he each pupil.
4th The general moral character of each blind person.
5th Whetherthey are free from diseases, other than
those of the eyes, and whether the blindness is temporary
or permanent; the institution not being an Infirmary to cure
patients, but a school for instruction.
6th Whether they possess their ott er facultiee, except
seeing,. aid particularly whether any cf them are idiots.
As it is desirable that the existing vacancies should bp
filled as soon as prat!icabie, the Superintendent will pro.
ceed to make the seie-tiors onr te if.rs day of June next.
If there should be vpcnc'ies r .'r n."tmber belonging to
any Senate district, pi p_'s 9,;[)ie 3: from other dis.
tricts. Prornptnae-',.n ,'-, r,'.tur .; oI ne overseers, will
therefore be neck- C', c _.,'r- .n)n heir respective die-
nrcts Itke full nuint ei-)'i y are entitled.
-"JN C. SPENCER,
;.u ,V n tiant of Common Schools.
my3 d2aw&Claw2w


T HE JUBILEE OF THE CONSTITUTION.-Pro.
I posals for publishing THE ORATION OF JOHN
QUINCV ADAMS, delivered in the city of New York,
on the 30th of April. 1839, (with such additions as were
necessarily omitted for want of time,) at the Semicenten-
nial, Anniversary of the Inauguration of George Wash.
ingston as first President of the United States.
The celebration of that interesting event was conducted
under the direction of the New York Historical Scciety,
an- attended by a vast concourse ofcitzeprs, who listened
with marked attention A rht hifhiet raftifi.atinn to th -


V TO LET-A modern built three story Hous
,, on the north side of Tenthstreet, near 2d Avenue,
E Stuyvesant Place. The House has grates and
Jfamnarble mantel piecesthroughbout,mahogany doors,
tnder cellar, &s. It is one ofarow of 10 or 12 houses of
riform front. Rent moderate.
2Aleo, the dwelling part of a good house on the North side
f Canal street, between Varick and Hudson street.
Apply toGEORGE W.GILES, at No.171 Canal at.,
Before 10 A.M..,and after 5 o'clock P.M. I mylfitf
TO LET-Several suits ot Offices, at No.9-2
North side of Spruce, near to Nassau streets, as
commodious and eligible situated as any in the
city. Possession immediately or on the let May
next. Inquire opposite, at No 8 Spruce st. felt.
NAOR SALE-I he large vacant Lot at the iorth west
3 cornerol Houston and Mulberry streets, adjlnc
the new 3 story houses on Houston street. The Lot L S5
feet front on Housion street, by about 100 feet in depth.
For terms, apply to
mhl I E. K. COLLINS ,c CO. 56 South st.
FOR SALE-Tnoe splenditl new 3 story House
with the Lot in fee, No. 3,University place, near
Washington square; one of the best houses ana
,most desirable residences in the city. It is 3 stories
exclusive ofceller, basement and attic, all of which are
finished'in the best modern style, with large parlors, din-
ing room, bathing room, water closet, boilers, kc. com-
plete. The mautela in the principal story are of statuary
and Sienna marble, and the house has been' built under the
superintendance of the subscri, r forthe residence of the
present owner., It is now ready for occupation. For
terms, and a view ot the premi es. Apply to
J. GREEN PEA:RSO:, at No 6, next, door,
ap27 or 27 Merchants' Exchange.
i'IFTH AVENUE, LkEVkNTH 'STREET AND
SHARLEM IOTS FOBL SALE.-Lot.on Fifth ave
nue, bet, een 14th street and Washington Square, wi]l be
sold separate y, or several laying together,'including the
cornerlots, each 26 feet by100. ....
Lotson north side of"Eleventhstreet, near' Woosterst,
each 26 feet65inchesfront, by.1038feet 3inchesdeep.
Five lots at Harlem, very eligible situated Theterms
ofpaymentmade easy and accommodating With those
who wish to build on the lots, '.Aie whole putehase money
can remain on mortgage.
Apply to GEORGE W GILES, No. 1 Nassau street,
corner of Wall street, between 12 and 3 o'clock P. M.
v2


tr b. rLREINI PfuTnaI'nOF'rTnHE nCORT mm


" j-8 E. G. TUCKER, M. D., 'DENTIST, Successo
to Dir. Kimble, No. 3 Park place. Docter Tucker com.
plcted his Professional Studies tider the able and ef-
ficient instruction of karwood & '8 cker. of Boston ;and
having been extensively engaged, well in the mechan-
ical, as the surgical department df dental practice, has
determined upon making the city of New York his place o
permanent residence.
To those who may wish to consult him, he now respect.
fully tenders his best services.
New York, April 12, 1839.
Doctor Tucker begs leave to present the following Teo-
timonial from Dr. KImball,
DOCTOR KIMBALL, in relinquishing his practice as
a Dentist, begs leave to offer his'heartfelt acknowledg-
merits for the distinguished, as well as very extensive pag
tronage, which he has enjoyed in ihe city of New York.
His successor, E. G. TUCKER, M. D., who has taken
his station at No. 3 in Park placeit the express solicita-
tion ofDr. Kimball himself, henoil introduces, withoutre.
serve and without hesitation, as a gentleman, who, in
every way, from his high profesobnal education and his
signal skill in manipulating, is titled to the fuller re-
spect and confidence of the public. DR. TUCK.ER,
from his own successful practice, jus:ly stands amongst
the most eminent operators in the country.
- He manufactures that kind ofiineral teeth which Dr.
Kimball used in his vei y extenel. practice The beauty
of these teeth, as well astheir dartbility-in a word, their
resemblance to nature-has giran very general and de-
cided satisfaction.. '.
:Many other gentlemen in New York, on the ground o
general dentistry, have a clear and undoubted claim to
the professional (and he will ad' the confidence) of Dr;
Kimbajll,; but certainly no feeling cf co nsideration to,
wards them could, in his judgment,'-j justify him In with.,
holding from his successor, DR. TUCKER, the meed of
pre-eminence in the composition, structure and arrange.
meant of artificial teeth, which he has held, and nmusat:ever.
hold, as one of tjie most difficult, as well as important de.
paltmems of DENTAL SuRCIERY. '
Dr. Kimball will merely add, Il justification of his ac-
couiplishedsuccessot,' a well as himself, that this recoin.
mendation is unsolicited, andt ttiAt-the issue, he has no
interest whatever.
New York, Aprij 2,1839.
Testimonial from Doctors Har*ood & Tucker, of Boa.
ton. .
We have carefully perused theb above recommendation
of Dr. E. G. Tucker, whom indeedd we had the honor to
educate in his profession, and donost cheerfully confirm,
in all its parts, the very handsomee testimonial of our
frierbd, Dr. Kimball. HARiWOOD & TUCKER.
Boston. April 6, 181"). 1 apl3 d6m&la'os
i IVERPOOL O, RELL ,fCAL AFLOAT.-Now
1.A discharging fro. ship O- old, foot of Beekman st.,,
a cargo of superior quality Orrell Coal, large gize, select.'
edexpressly foi family use, all lWeredLin the hold For
sale In lotse to sui purchasers, by ,
POPHAM & HILL, corner Broadway
may" lOt and 4th street, and 20 Barrow st.'
ACKAW ANA-COAL.-Broken and Egg size, d-liver
.4U ed to consumers in F ,A Ytk and Brooklyn, at $6,
60 0er'ton. Also, Nut C I ati,6-all free of cartqge
'Apply at the office, at the 'ciion cf East Broadway an?
Division street, at 53 Willi. n, corner fi'Pin street, or%,
the Cual Yard, foot of Jackson street, Brooklyn. dl4
.DNEY AND PICTOU CO L-200 chaldrons Sid
Sney, aad 25QlIdo Pictou Coal, or a superi,- quality
'and size,for salehln lots to uspurchasers, by
LAINQf& RANIOLPH,
250'Washingtonpet, cor of Le !toy and Green*ichista,
and corner f Eaest Broadway afid
mh25G ouverneur sts.


100 Cote Roie, and other French Wine.1
600 LO Champagne,Clicquot and other favoritebi ands
00O do ,henish, Hockhelmer, Johannesberger, Rudes.
aeimsr, Marcobrunner, Liebf'raumilcb. &c., MoS
5s5lls.i :
1001 do Canary, Gmetantia Mra*catCypriIs,Sweettno
Dry Lisbon, Malaga,St. Luaer, & c.
Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, DU Puy ik Co. and
Seignette ; old Mountain Dew and Irish Whiskey ; Peach
and White Brandy; East India Arrack ; Shrub; Mesheg-.
tin ; Old Jamaica Rum ; Old Gin, and a complete assort-
ment of Cordials and Liquors say Martinique, Cote St.
Andre, Cutacoa, Maraschino, Rosolio. &c.
The mostofthe above forsale oa draft as we ll as in bot
e. by BUNKER & CO.. 13 Maiden Lane. ml!
IJ A. H. RENAULD, io 10 Pine street, up stairs,
offers for sale
EMBROIDERY-an assortment consisting of Cap"e.
Collars, Handkerchiefs Cuffs, &c
THREAD LACE-Mecklin, Valenciennes-and Lille,
of the newest and best style.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWE&RS, suitable for the spring.
PRINTS-new aid ele'ant patterns.
MUSLINS-French and Swiss, striped and figured.
GLOVES.-Kid Gloves for ladies and gentlemen
ap<


(PKINU t(IOjUS.-'ine subscribers offer for ea!e.the
Following goods, received per late arrivals-
6 4 Cambrics and Jaconet Muslins
6 4 Tape and Satin Check do
Brocades and Swiss Muslin; .
6 4 Pririted Saxonies
Mousselain de Lames
Black and white Prints '
Birdseye and Table Diapers
7 8 and 4 4 Irfbh Lineins
4 4 a 10 4 Sheetings
3 4 and 4 4 Brown Hollands
Linen Dawlas and Duck ,
Brown and white Linen Drills
Pongee Hdkfs :
V^.. .. &P. M I. s


S KIP ESTATE, BROADWAY.-The suhscri
ber offers for sale, hy private contract. 'lre entire
B!ock of Ground in the l1th Ward, bounded by
SBroadway and Mercer street, Washington and
Waverley piacet; being the inost splendid site for private
dwellings, or for a church, in the city. The ground is on
the most elevated part of Broadway, and surrounded by
yaluaele improvements.
It will besoid in one parcel, or divided into 15 Lots, viz:
7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the whole front from
Washington to Waverley places,) of about 16j by 96 feet
each; 4 L otson Washington, and 4 do on Waverleyplare,
of 26 by 92feet each '
In case of a sale in separate lots, a uni'orm style of im-
provement will be required, and stipulations against nul-
sances. The title is indisputable, and the' terms will be
accommodating. For further particulars, and a view of
the map, apply to r
I. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants Exchange,
fe9 Hanoverst.
TO BE LET.-The Cellar under the Store oc-
I cupied by the eubscribers, corner of Water street
II and Birling slip, with two convenient entrances
*-,"!Ifrom Water street and Burling slip'. The cellar
is large and dry. ,
mho tf I. &t G. W. BLUNT.
FOR SALE-11L Lets ot Land, situated on
Lewis and Goerick streets, between Rivington and
I Stanton streets, six o(n Lewis and five on'Goerick
On Lewis street is a large wooden building, for.
merly occupied by the late Mr. Eckfbrd aas-a mould left.
On Goerick street the land is open and a very desirable
situtiign for a lumber yard or building lots.' Apply to
Sdlotf DAVIS,'BRBOOKS & Cd. 21 Broadat,
S FOR SA Le-'he fieat two Story brI'cl House
No 18 Bedford street, is incomplete order,'"having
K been painted and repaired last spring. Possession
J-A will be given or the first May next. The greater
part of the purchase money may remain on bond and mort.
gage. Apply tol
fe9 -- GRACIE &CO. 20 Broad street ;
r' O LEr--Thelarge Basement Roozint preeentdlvti.
I ed into two apartments, nderthe.Bank of the Del
ware andHudson Canal Co. at the corner of William and
, Pine streets. Also. a Room on the floor ofthe same build
no Inquire at the Bank. f18tt
SHOUSE WANTED-A two story gehteel
House for a small family, is wanted in a genteel
IIIpart of the city--if up town, on or near an omni-
bus line. TWhe rent must be low, but will be paid
promptly, and the best care will be taken of' the house.
Those having such a house will state theoirent and situation
directed, 1315 upper post office. mh7
TO LET. The new three story buckle House,
No 8 Eighth street, below the Fifth Avenue. It
Sis finished in the best style, with marble mantel
pieces, mahogany doors and plated furniture in
the principal story, and may be occupied immediately. It
was finished last November and is thoroughly dry and
safe. : '
Apply at the office of the New York American, No 74
Cedar st I apl -
SFOR SALE.-Some valuable property in the
M City of New Brunsw'ck, New Jersey. consisting
i of houses, store :'nd farms. -Also, a large and
l convenient hous and outhouses, with about 33
acres of good land, pleasantly situated on the River Rain.
tan, about one mile from the City of New Brunswick.
Likewise a new convenient house pleasantly situated at
New Haven, Conn.
The above will be exchanged for property in this chty
For particulars inquire of
ap4 if ISAAC LAWRENCE, 499 Broadway. .
S HOUSES IN EIGHTH ANI NINTH STS.
Ana. FOR SALE-The three story,. 'Hou es, now
iji erecting by the subscriber, on 8th and 9th streets,
JI-5Ibetween. the 5th and 6th Avenues, and which will
be finished on or beforethe tat ol April, inthe best modern
style, with mahogany doors and plated furniture,, marble
mantel and grates throughout. Tte lots, which are 25
feet by half the block (94 ,'eet 10 inches) are in fee. Apply-
at 5 Lafayette place, or at the. Equitable Insurance Cornm-
pany, 46 Wall street. W.B. LAWRENCE.
Also for sale or to let, two or three small three. story
Houses on Waverley Place, west of Washington square.
fel
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE-The House
' f and Lot No 3 University Place. The hou eis 85
feet tiont, 3 stories high, built in the best manner,'
,i and will be ready for occupation about the middle
of April. The lot is in fee. Apply to
mh8 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21-Broad at,
.I FOR SALE-The spacious3story Housewith
the lot in fee on the weat side of the 5th Avenue,
SI the first house above W Brewoonrt's large man-
-Ision. The lot is 26 by 100, with a court yard of
15 feet, and there is a lot adjoining the rear which e.n be
obtained if wanted for.a stable. It will be sold on accom -.
modting terms. Possession the first of May next. Apply
to J. GREEN PEARSON,
fel4 ,29 Merchants' Exchange.
TO LET, OR LEASE.-The five story are
1rBft proof Store, No. 28 South William street.
Il Apply to CARY & CO. -
Feb. 15 No. 90 Pine.street.
-_...u. ao7 SALE. R&-fl.tate At Harlemi-conslating
m f 5 aIOtsa on 4 i'land.in L V
=8ath Avenue., i' e atl a R 55-. ,
SThere is by computation 70,000 loads of soIl up.
on them, near which they are now levelling. These lots
will be sold as they now are, with the buildings upon them.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS, & CO. 21; Broad st.
mh8
TO LET-The ur:- arstiry Stores Nos1132 ahi
134 Front, corner *f Pine, street. Apply on ti,
premises to
mhl GRINNELL, MiNTURN & CO.
COUNTRY MANSION HOUSE TO LET
uH& OKf .LEASE. Possession given immediately.
SIII--A commodious Mansion House, with out
g-BM houses, &c, situated on the east bank of the
Hudson river, about three quarters of a mile above
the village of Cold Spring. There are about 30
acres of ground, a good kitchen garden, and a bountiful
supply o1 pure spring water. Those who wish to hire or
lease one of the'most delightful residences in America,
within, some 55 miles of the city of New York, can do so
on very moderate terms, by making application of
GEORGE P. MORRIS, at the office of the
mh30tf N.Y Mirror, No I Barclayat.
r TO LlfT-Irom now till 1st May next, the
SKIa dwelling part of a three story house, situate on
flEEl the north side of Canal street between Varick and
I Hudson, the parlors coirflunicate with folding
doors, with iron grates and maB...)lc mantels throughout
the house." Apply :to GFORG W GILES, No. 17
Canal street, before 10 A. M., and after 4 P. M,, sel0 tf


He alludes to the difference,Jin this respect, in
the different districts in England; and maintains
that wherever thenumber of births is highest, there
the mortality is greatest at the same time.
The same result is derivable from statistical in-
vestigations in Belgium, France, and other coun-
tries.
Dr. Caspar concludes his work by embodying
the general !prikciplai.of his researches in the
following conclusions:
I The proportion of birth to the actual station-
ary population oC ny place expresses, or is rela-
jve tothe medium duration,of life in that popular
tion. L
2 The female sex enjoys, at every period of life,
exle~pt at puberty, at which epoch the mortality is
rather gr r aitiaong*yoing females, a greater lon-
gevity Qian the male sex. '
'3 Pregnancy and labor occasion, indeed, a con- .
siderable.sloso elifei; -bu this loss disappears, or is
lost in the general maks.
.,4 The so-called climacteric periods of life do not
seem to have any influence on the longevity of
either, sex. ,
,5 The medium duration: of' life, at the present
timj, is i Russia about 21 years, in Prussia 29, in
Switzerland 34, in France 36, in Belgium 36, and
in England 38 year. .
6 The medium duration of life has in recent
times, increaased-vsty greatly in most cities in Eu-
rope.


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I IAVIS. BROOKS&. CO.,19 aid 21 Broad st. offer ,
_7 t Ir sale, on favorable terms- '
IRON-300 tons English Bar Iron, assorted, fiat, round
square
.200 tons Swedes Iron, common and extra sizes
150 do old and new Sable Iron
1500 bundles English Sheetlron. assorted, Nov. 12
to 27 .I
1200 packs 'e st quality, Russia Sheet Iron
65. tons Railroad Iron, with splicing plates 4
200 do Pig Iron, ofapprovedstamps
50 do Boiler Plate, English and American !
TIN PLATES-3000 boxes Tin Plates, moat approved
brands, j X and extra sizes I
1000 ingots Banca Tin .
CHAIN CABLES-s0 tons of-Griffith & Lewis' proved a
patent Chain Cables,assorted, inch to 4 inch,
with fall supplies of apparatus ,
BRIASS KETTLES- 30 casks, assorted, from I to 16 0o-
-best German make
NAILS-1000 casks assorted, Wareham manufacture.
HEMP-100 ions clean Russia Hemp; also, 50 tons East
IndiaJute Hem i
CORDAGE-1000 coils Istand 2d quality Russia Cordage'
assorted, | to 6 Inch-entitled to deuenture.
DUCK, &q.-1800 p. eight t and heavy Ravens-901ps. p
Russia Sheetings. -- 1 "1I
BAGGING-s0 rolls; also. 500 coils bale Rope. ]
FLAX-100 bales water ratted Flax. .
WINES-Malaga, dry and sweet, and Muscat Wine is
qr.casks andlbbls., also, Sherry, Port, Madeira, i
and Claret, inwoodand bottles; also,-&400 bkts.
Champagne Wines. "1 inan'a ind other:brands
RIO COFFEE,--00 bags 1st quality of'new crop Ri
Coffee.
SCALCUtTTA GOODS
70 eases Bengal Indigo, entitled t deb
-. 50 bales green and dry salted Buffalo aides
20 do CawnporraAnd Mdras Goat Skins "
2500 bags Saltpetre, let and 2d quality :- <
2000 bags Race Ginger, '
300 bales Jutc., 200 bales Mqnjee. r.
.8oo0 do large, medium and small Gunny Bag. --
,. do Gunny Cloth, 42 inches wide V
30 do Safflower; 30 bales SennaV
350 cases garnet, liver and orange Shellac ,
1 00& do LacDye '.".
10 do Gumiragacanrth ."
10 bales Coir Mats
25 cases containing 50 carboys Castor 1Oil) '
CANTON GOODS. *.
150 rolls 4.4 white floor Matting .
W000 boxes Fire Crackers
10 cases Cassia Oil :
1000 mats Cassie, 67"ibs each', .
TEAS-10,000 pkgs. green and black ITea, consisting o
Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson, SouchoJ
and Hyson Skin,in 86i [ Ib. boxes, 24lb. cases
chests and half chests. -
SILKS & SHAWLS-90 cases Choppa Romals, rge,
medium, and small size-20 cases large 'aid
small Banlannas; also, 80 cases black Srisne's,
Synchews, Levantines, Lustrings and Satins -
white and-crimson Pongee Hdkfi., Suchan Pea.
gees and black Hdkfs : also, 10 cases Canton
Crap. Shawls, 3 Cashmiere dod, .,
ALSO-6 chest Turxey Opium, put up for the London' '
market. r -
So bales Brazil Inecac. i1
fIO SOUTHERN AND WESTERN MERCHANTS
.-TheiSubscrihers offer(or sale, In lots to suit pur-0
chasers, and on favorable terms, a large asartrm'nt tf
Wines, viz: -
Madeira, in butts, pipes, hhds, qr casks and batrel4 :
D)o in cases of one dozen each, part very old a ,
choice .
Sherry, pale, brown and gold In varlouu package. o'
Do do ,do do. do in glass ''
Port in pipes, hhds and qr casks .
Do in cases of one dozen, bottled at Oporto
St L ncar Wine, Teaorifie and Canary
Marseilles Madeira, sweet and dry Malaga -
Muiscat, in qr casks, barrels and boxes
Pico Madeira, 8iily do, Vin de7Grave .
Sauterne, French Port, red and white .Hermitage
Whiteand red Lisbon, Bucellas do o '
Maraschino, Bordeaux Apisette and Cordials
Sparkling'Champalgne,of various brands, qts andpts
Hock Wine, do do ,Sparkling
Bordeaux and Marseilles Ciaret,[lnwood andiglas f
ac. &c.
S = ALSO, '-
'London Pciter and ;rown Stout, qts and pts
Burton, Scotch and EngliIlh Pale Ale, do do t -
Havana-and PtuinlpeSewari, ot various brands
Wine5 Porter and( laret Bottles, Corks do .
Foreign and domestic Demijohns, differentsizes
Souchong and other Tess .
Loaf and Lumplugar, t boxes and barrels
StCroix ..o *in barrels ;
Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves. "
Marseilles and Bordeux Salad Oilt
Old Java and Laguyra Coffee .
Buntich Ralis, Almonds, r SpOerm Candles, differentIlx*. ,
English Mustard, in whole, half anrid qr boxes .
Olives, Capers, Sardines, &c. Ito. ,' "*'
S GRACiE & CO. 20 Broadsat
Orders from other places-will receive attention, an4 for'
warded to any part of the,"nite,l States. ftll
OCl LAND a' AXPINWALL offeIroriat at No .
I ,sad 5S- ukh sret ree -
-*wg._-20-booY.sa A Boston Refined LoarI'Sssa, 100 bible
er-Mhddo doado;;80Odo Puerto Rico u u"
W 'r "--A run Kou p .., r ,. .._..J ._ _it.
iold Madeira, in butts, hhds and qr. casks: 100 qr
casks San Lucar; 100 Iadian bli do 4 pipes, pripe
old Port Wine; 50 Indian blS sweet Mala ; 100 0O
do Miscat; 190 qreasks CalabriaPrt. ;
Dye Wood-400 tons bright Lima Wood ; 400 do do.Ca-" "
peachy Logwood. .
Hemp-150 bales Sisal emp. .
Sponges-60 bales Smyrna Sponges. -
Straw-4 cases Cut Straw. "
Cassia-150 cases Cassia, in halfpicul cases.
Wool-100l bales assorted Barbary ; 100 do fda Greclan.
30 do do Bengaza. C Lea. ..
Tobacco-i19 balesprime Cuba Leaf Tobacco. :
Pimento-100 bags Pimento. -
Cordage-90 coils aasorted Bolt Rope. ;
Matting--6<, pieces 4-4 and 6.4 Ca,,on Matting.
Mar'achino-40 casre, I dozen bottles each,
Fur Seal Skins--000 assorted Clapmatches ;and |Bulls,
fresh.
Frut--1000 boxes fresh Messina Lemons ,
Raes-40 bales Messina Rags.
Pig Iron-100 tons No. 1 American Pig Iron ; SO do No. 2
do do do ; 100 doNo.l British do do.
Tin Plates-100cases assorted Tin Plates.
Fenezio Sewing bilk-A smallinvoice just received, Iredl
,/ blue and black letter Sewing Silk.l
Stone Blue-2 cases Stone Blue.
ICopper-17 pigs Mexican Copper. jel4
W I NKES, &c.W 0 dozen Madetla of various brand
and vintages, from 7 to dO years old. ,
.100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do' do ;
100 do Pale do ,- do do do do ;
100 do Port, ofsuperior quality. i
O00 cases Claret, including Chateau Margnx', Palms.
Margaux, La Fitte, St.Julien, La Tour, &c.,&(
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac, &c.
00 do Vin de Graves, '
100 do Burgundy, Romanee, Conti,Chamberth.. & ,
100 do EIermitage, red and k'rite.


From the Edinburg fPhitosephical Journal., .
ON THE PROBABLE DURATION OFk
"'HUMAN LIFE.
Dr. Cupar, of Berlin, in his 'valuable work,
entitled, MDer wihrscheinliche Lbenedaur dos
hMoicshn, &c.,' 1835, after having, examined the
current epition as to the average dVraon b6to -.
nan life, and au to the most satisfactory method of
iscertaininig asueh a tesult,j'mnnounces his own
lectrine' in'the followifig prOp itio.-The ..pro.
Portion of births to the 00pulation ih any pagce
wpresae. almost eIactly taie 'mediium or. average
dur4tion of .if, thers. r
For eMpLde, suppose that this proportion is in
lhe ratio of lto 28, then h average life of the.
inhabitant. of the plac will 1 befund to be 38

If this ruld be correct, it mutt follow that the
duration of life ippreased and diminished in a pop-
ilation, aceordina as their 1fictdiiy is greater or
ess; so that man, if not asiahndixidua, at least
M a member of the mass, may be said to have itI
in his power tolengthen-or abridge hi. life. .
This, if true, is indeed. a'proewitiQn el(greAt im-
portance in political ecoomsy.
To. prove that the mortality is in a direct ratio
vith the fecundity of any' population, ahd'cons.-,
iuently, that governments, seeihg that' the force of'
states consists not so much on the mere number, a
on the strength fecundity, and longeyity of their
nhabitats, ought.not to -aypr, or encourage an
over abundant population, the author ha'collected
together a vast number .of facts, and for 'this pur-
pose has drawn up tables of the mortality, not
only in Pruia, Wt 40bo -i Britain, Fran", ad i
3elgiuru. .. *,, ...; .' ."
From these reserchea he comes to the con-
clusion that every where the mortality is direcdy ,
iroportienal to the fecundity of the population.
This doctrine, if confirmed by future inquirlee,
may, to a certain extent, reconcile the opinions of "
Malthus and his qpponiebs, a it show. us that
Nature herself tends-to remedy the evil of a re- -
Iundant population. ,' '"
Dr. Caipar give a valuable table of thamortalityr
in. Berlin, for twelve years, from 1817 to 1829,"
which comprises nearly 7,i,000 deaths in nearly
1,000,000 inhabitant..- .dI- whc
The following are a few interesting date which
are derivable' from hi rhesearehem.
The longevity of the female, is greater than
hat, of the male eni x. ." p. ct- m .
The age-if puberty carries off 8 pir eent. more
it tb female than.of th. male ezx.
Thie proportion of deaths of women in labor is -
Vb 0 -,lO B .-- ,-* .. -; ...... "
It has bee an erroneous, although hitherto a
rery prevalent notion, that the olimiaceric age of a
wionan has a marked influence in increasing the
mortality of the female sex.
. This opinion has been shown to be incorrect by
several statistical writers, and the researches of Dr.
Caspar confirm the aeramsy of thrr statemnets.-
On the whole, therefore, we may assert that the ,
longevity of the female is greater than that of the
nale sex : .
Jtis also worthy of notice thait' f still-born in.
fai, there arei' moe of the male .tan ;of the fe.-

r. Caspar proceesla to esw that the medium-
9r average duration of hife has increased consider-
ibly in mipost European cities 6f late years. li .
London thi inertaie is ieat; fbor it would 4seem
th.bat, 'within the last eentury, probable life hasi in-
creased *r:twinty years. .
SAt Geneva, Ia inan the 16th century one-half of
tho infqnta bortere died, we are told, before
heir fifth yea", whereaI in the present day, it
oauld appear that this half raches nearly 43 years
bf age. A similar remark may e n.pade as -to the
neoiaspd on hPf:life at Berlin,
SDr,, Caspar reats pretty fglly on the inu.ence
of pursuits and .ocupations on the duration of hu-
nan' hife; and from .his inquii6e 'it appears that
clergymen a rve, on the w te, te h set, a d. ,
wdic-al (en r t u wUsA F,# 0liverw. 'The differ-
is follows
.?, ,+. .a '.,,;' ...:- M edium Longevity.
"3l"eymen, .. ..., 6A years.
Merchants, ," ., 62 do.
'Clerks, .," 61 do.
Fare. '.- ,, 61 do.
Military Men,.. ." 59 do.
SLawyers,. t 58 do.
artistss, ,- 57 do.
Medical Men, 56 do.
,Apother important agent or iIfluence on the pro.
bable duration of life is marriage. It is proved
by the researches of our author, that the marriage
sta-tisfauoralle to longevity, and especially in
reference to the male sex.
The influence of poverty, and destitution in
shortening the medium duration of life is well
knowni.. IDr,C"arpar=givesssom tables of mortal-
ity which prove the sad contrast in this respect be.
tween the poor and the affluent. From these it
would seem that the medium age of the nobility in
Germany may be stated at about 50 years, where-
as that of the paupers is as low as 32 years.
The last chapter of the Work treats of the in.
fluence of the fecundity of a population upon its
mortality. Dr. Caspar shows, by a vast number
of documents, that the mortality in any popu-
lation is alwaVs in exact ratio to its fecundity,"
or, in other vords, "the more prol fi the people
is, tAd greater, usually, is the mortality among
them." "


SACKAWANA COAtL. for iile by the cargo. In
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its-k. tim si vevtry tU1ng tW tta boul fhe comfort and convenience of psnerW I anJ
her commaulder, Capt. Meyet.-. jtdt the man to
make a pisage agreeable, She i ewned by
Messrs, H.L H. Meier & Co. of Bremen, and her
agents in this cityres-- a Vor-t'@t& Oetrio4ho i
stccesors to Caspar Meier & Co. 42 Broad street,
and is one of four ships: which those gentlemen run
regularly between the two ports. She is nerly-five
hundred tons burthen, ard her Captain has been
thirteen yearsiin the trade. There is less of gor-
geousness in the cabin accommodations of.this
ship than in the Liverpool and Havre packets, but
they are very handsome, nevertheless, and so: ar.
ranged as to conduce as much to the comfort of
those who take passage in her-as in the best of her
rivals. The Pauline lies in the Aibany. Basin, N.
R., and we advise everyone desirous of making a
pleasant passage to that part of Europe to which
she is destined, to make her a visit.--eGastte.l

SHAMiPooINo.--Sinclair says there are thousands
who keep groomsto curry their horses who would
add ten years to their own'-comfiortable existence if
they wo4ld employ but one to curry themselvess
night and morning with a flesh brush.

N.EW-YORK AM FRICAM.


MONDAY EVENING, MAY 20. 18"39.


Office, No. 11 Wall street, corner of Broad st.

MILITARY OUTRAGE IN FLORIDA.-Under this
head, ip the New York .American,. of 26th
March, we published some letters from Forida-
handed to us by. a gentleman incapable of impos-
ing upon us as true what he had any reason to
suppose even doubtful-which imputed to theta
officers in command at Tampa -Bay, gross viola-
tions, as they appeared, of the rights of citizens.
SWe received, some days ago, the-following-
detailed answer to these charges, ihich, how-
ever long,, we publish entire ; and deem them, as-
we presume our readers ,ill, quite doniclusive, ss
to the right of the officers to take the course they
did-,-and of the misapprehension as to the extent
of.the rc servation of land for public purposes, under
which the letters published by us must have been
written. .
SWe have great pleasure n 'finding-whht, in-
deed, we almost ar a matter of course anticipate,
when regular officers are concerned-that notwith-
standing contrary appearance., the conduct of
These officers was, in thit case, entirely in conformi-
tywith iaw. :
F0RT BROOKS, Tampa Bay, E. F.
A. pril.aS, 1839.
SIn the American of the S6th of March, 1839, we
read with surprise an article headed with the words
"Military Outrage in Floridas" The 'surprise we
.felt rose from the editorial remarks preceding the
letters, which are published at-iength-for the Edi-
tore of the Ambrican have generally been'supposed
W undmlftand eiugh of$ the situation of the f5i-
cers of the Army,'and tAeir nlation to those- who
complain of outrages and military oppression, as to
have. been expected 't6 have at. least withheld an.
opinion till an.0xamination of. .hegrn.gnds onboth
sides of the question, would jutify. there in doing
so. The officer in command at Tamipa is un-
known to the Editor--and thik,we feel, should
have led them to exercise mvih suspicion,. of !uch
ex part.e evidence of an outrage, from any ource.
However respectable., .;
We thank the Editors for the offer of th. privi-
lege granted to thoet upon whom even thesentence
of deth is -pronound; and for t purpose of do-
iftg ourselvea justice in the ayes of meany ,-ofthe.
readers of te American, twill-praeeedto place be-
Sfore the public the whole statmem*1t of the cese,
Part of which they Uahe had from an- individul,
of whos-re ndbit thy t Ala public themslves must
now be-thejudga". .".
The following o rpendBae, -wi.l pl the
whole transaction the kili rn Wbtt it atuatly-
occurrei. "
FgRT BRoOKE, Jan.3d, 1839.
SSir-Ideem it my duty t6 apptia"Wi, that a
citizen by the inaie ofJaoes'Lynch, i .buildingonj
the public ground at this place, within fifty yards
of-the Hospical--and I disevere4 yesterdayy that
Sthe 'said" Lynch- has been cutink timber on the
public lands, within about 3 miles of this- place.-
Believing as I do, that he has no eauthoritP t acta
thus, I make this report to yoUv, yoU may have
the authority, as you have thid mas oof prevent-
ing these abuses. .
Witbh'great respect, you ob'e aerv't,
S(SigMad) B, Pv alNuy,
A. As, arter Master,
To Lieut.'Col. Cummings, Cemm'dt,

FORT BaeoKi, E. F, Jan..3, 1839. .
Sir: I herewth enlose a statomept of Captain
Dusenbery, AssL. t.. M. of this post, in relation
to.an intrusion'on tho public lands in the v.icinity,
and-beg leave to add, that the person he has named
is new cutting and.destroyig. the best of the tim-
ber in the neighborhood of this pest, which'is now
becoming seareeaod much needed for the public
servicem.- -
It sems that 4e claims the ground on which the
Seminole negroes ae encamped as his own, and a
few days ago applied to mi to have the.n removed,
that he might build a house qn the spot. .,This re-
quest,.of course, has not been granted. -
Having reported these facts to my proper mili-
tary superior, I conceive that I hve discharged my
duty.- I would respectfully beg leave-to suggest,
however,. that if the U. S. District Attorney should ,
be instructed to issue process against the intruders
and'bring them before a Court, to answer for their
trespasses, it might have good -efect, 'and prevent
future difficulty. '
I am, Sir, very resncctfutty, yit' o'st. servUt.
(Signed) -A. CUMMING3, L'. Col. Coni'g.
To Brig. Gen. Z. Taylor, Comng. Army of the
South.

In answer to the foregoing letter, Lt. Col. Cum-
mings received the following letters :
As,'t. Adj. Genl'.. ffiQce,
FVRT CLacNC, Jan. 14, 1839.
SIR: I hove the honor to acknowledge the re-
cept of your communication of the 3J inst., inclu-
ding a statement of Capt. Dusenbery, A. QL M.,
relative to an intrusion on the public lands in the


vicinity of Fort Brooke. I her'wirth transmit you
copies of a correspondence between Col. D. clinch,
4th Infantry, and the War Department, and two
Letters from Elijah Hayward,.Eq., Commissioner
of Public Lancdson the same subject, in 1830, with
-a plot defining the limits of the Reserwe.
SFrom the above papers you will 'perceive #at
the Governtment has made a reservation for milita.
ry purposes at Tampa Bay, of sixteen miles square,
and empowered the commanding officer to remove
theref'om any person or persons who may have
illegally setlled there.
The Commanding Genersal, therefore, directs that
no building be allowed to be erected within the
limits of said Reserve, without Jrving prmiously
obtained the sanction of the commanding officer ; and
San, nublic timber that may hav6 been cut imDro-


Ant: e, ipdIwead as Irty ili p a btieAh to VU I
his discretion in preventing settlers from oceupyime.
this section of Public Land, and to *remove Tuch
persons already Incited -upon it as he 'tnay deem
proper. With much respect, &c., &c.
- ... (Sige4- -L._CLIJttt. Cot. 4th Infantry.
Col. R. Jones, Adj. Genl., Washington.

Boundaries of the Military reserve at Tampa
Bayr in EastFIlbrda -Cnmmen.cing-at- the. mnatnh
of Hillsborough or Loch-cha-pop- ca River, thence
southwardly along the Hillsborough Bay shore eight
miles ; .thence due west across the land to Tam'pa
Bay three miles and a half; thence along the eas-
tern shore of Tampa Bay northwardly twelve
miles; thence due north six. miles; thence due
eanst sixteen miles; thence due south sixteen
miles ; thence due west three and a- half miies to
the east shore of Hillsllorough B+y.; thence up
stream along the eastern shore, following its mean-
dars, including the island opposite Cantonment
Brooke to the place of beginning; all which is re-
quired for military purposes.
S (Signed). ALEX. MACOMB,
Maj Gern'l Comtnd'g.


would not interfere with the privileges of the
sutler?
Under these circumstances the commanding
officer of the Post referred the case to the Com-
manding General, then present, who sustained
Colonel Commings in the exercise of his Military
authority ; and refused permission to Mr. Love-
lace to land his goods; and as the attempt was
.persisted in, the result was, that Mr. Lovelace and
his accomplices were very shortly secured, and
sent with his goods to the vessel from whence they
came.
Permission has since been granted by the Com-
mending General to Mr. Lovelace to locate at this
post.
SIt is not our intention to weigh the merits of the
assertion, that the conduct of the Commanding


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HEAD .RS. oF THs ARMY,
SWashington Aug. 31, 1830.
To the Secretary of War. -
I request that the Land Office may be directed
to make a Reservation of the above described
land. (Signed) ALEX. MACCMB,;
Maj. Gen'l Commd'g.

S GENERAL LAND OFFICE,,
10th December, 1830.
Sir:' I have. the honor to apprise you that the
President of the United States has approved of
the Reservition for military purposes at Cantor.-
ment Brooke of sixteen miles square, recommend-
ed by the documents accompanying your letter of.
the 9th inst. .
The necessary instructions -have been. given to
the Surveyor General of Florida to respect the
Reserve accordingly. With great respect, &c.,
&c., &e., "
(Signed) ELIJAH HATWARD,
Commisstioner.
To Hon. 1. H. Eaton, Secretary of War.

GENERAL LARD OFFICE,
17th December, 1830.
Sir:. Agreealily to your request of the 14th iJst.,
there is herewith transmitted a cony of the plot ot
Reservation of sixteen miles square at Cantonment
Brooke, as sanctioned by the President of the
United States; also a copy of the letter of Col.
Clinch, of the 9lth of February, 1830, and a copy
of the.citation of the boundaries of the Reserve
recommended by the General in Chief. [ hsve the
honor to be, &., &c., ELIJAH HATWARD,
Commiasioner.
STo the Hon. J. H. Eaton, Secretary of War.

The two following letters will finish this selec-
tion on the. subject of "the Military Outrages,"
in preventing Buildings from being erected on the
Reserve, in despite of military authority:
S.' General Hospital,
FORT BRooKs, Jan. 26, 1839.
I would respectfully represent to the General,
that there is at present residing, adj,)ining the Hos
pital, a large number of whites, blacks, and Indians,
that the numerous and still further contemplated
erections of buildings and shantees by different in-
dividuals in the immediate vicinity, is not only a
source of annoyance and.destruction to the main-
tenance of proper discipline among the sick, but
cannot fail to prove.a fruitful cause of disease-on
the approaching hot weather, by the congregation
and consequent accumulation of filth, of such a
mixed population. (Signed) -N.S. JARvts,
S- Surgeon U. S. Army.
Fo.T BROOxi, FLORIDA,.
January 26, 1839.
General: The above has been submitted to me,
and I fully concur in opinion with Surgeon Jarvis,
and wou!d add, that a permanent occupancy of the
ground immediately aorrounding the Hospital, with
shantes, &c. will not only incommode the sick
and destroy the discipline of the Hospital, but if
persisted in, will eventually result in a forced
abandonment- of the premise now occupied for
Hospital purposes.- -
Respectfully submitted, -
S(Signed) R. C. WOOD,
Surgeon and MaIel Director.
Gen. Z. Taylor, -
CUlU Army f "hb Sout. .

In he case of Mr. Lotelace we will merely say,
that as the Post sutler had made -an official ap-
plication for protection, and as the commanding
officer was in full possession of all the lawful pow-
er of preventing new accessions to the number of
our valuable citizens, how-much soever he doubt
ed-the propriety of the Military ejectment of those
already located here, it was highly uncivil- for Mr.
Lovelace, or any one else, to attempt to force him-
self or his goods upon the Military. Reserve, espe-
cially as he had been officially informed that he
had no permission to land his goods, and would do
so at his peril. -And as the .general reader of the
American will not readily understand why Mr.
Lovelaces did not possess a "common right, guar-
antied by thelaw' of the country," we will take
the trouble of quoting the following selections from
the Regulations of the Army, for his consideration:
"| Article xxxii. 1. The sutlersare to-be treat.
ed with respect, and protected in their places."
"6. For the privilege enjoyed by the sutler, he
shall be assessed and held to pay to the post fund,
at the end of every two months, or oftener, as may
be determined by the council of administration, at
a rate not exceeding fifteen cents a month for eve-
ry officer and enlisted soldier serving at the post ;
the.monthly average number of such perons to be
determined equitably by the said council."
The comnmanding officer will lend his authority
as often as may be necessary, to protect, within his
local command, tVe privilege of the butler; and no
further tax or burden, in any shape beyond
what is herein authorized, will be imposed on
him."
We merely ask the question, whether the arrival
of an individual with $20,000 worth of goods,
*pflEy xpressing a-disregard of all Military au-
thority-and paying none of the Mssessments,and
under honte of the: restrictions of the sutler, and
having few, if any, but those connected directly or
indirecjly with the Army, to furnish with goods,


mtfn don, the. ehates o? '"MUlhtry Outtta1 |

Isewhere, about as well- grounded as they have tu
een in" 'lorida. .,M, C. gt
m
FLORIDAWAR -NOT ENsDED.-The rumor of a w
treaty made by Gen. M-ecemb with the Indians, to
IaS already been contradicted in this journal, ul
The impression now seems to be, that the In- p
Ians will notitreat at all. u
The Ttlahassce Star of the 8th' inst. gives these w
nelarchol'y particulars of new murders: e
[Ftom the Tallahassee Star, .May 8. t
LATEST INDIAN NEWS. e
Once more we are compelled to'darken our col. ti
iumns wih the atrocities of the unrelenting and
wakefnl Seminole. All has been quiet for some
ime past, but it was only the fearful calm which s
precedes the storm, a
Lieut. Hulbert was a native of New York, and
a graduate of West Point. We sincerely mourn
the loss of these valuable young officers of our
army.
SThe following letter from Captain Peyton we t
publish- verbatim: "
SST. MARKS, May 7, 1839. C
Sir-I have this. moment returned from Dead-
man's Bay, and have to communicate to you the
melancholy intelligence of the murder of Lieut. t
Hulbert and private O'Driscoll, of the 5th Infantry, r
by the Seminoles.
The express rider between Fort Frank Brooke
and Fort Andrews did not arrive in season, and
Lieut. Hulbert, with ten men, went out from this
place on the 3d of May to ascertain the reason.- -
About halfway between the two posts, the comn. -
mand was halted, and Lieut. H. with O'Driscoll, "
of (F) -Company, went on in advance, intending to I
pass the night at Fort Brooke. They were bota.i
shot by a party of Indians at the Fourteen Mile -
Creek, probably while watering their horses.-,
O'Driscoll's horse ran into Fort Frank Brooke
slightly wounded, and gave the news there. Four
balls were shot through Lieut. H., but neither he nor
the soldier was scalped. Both bodies were interred i
onri the 4th ult. at Deadman's Bay. The express
rider-has not yet been found, and but little doubt
is entertained of his death. Very respectfully your
obedient servant, R. H. PEYTON,
S Captain and Assistant Quartermaster.
Col. WTV. Davenpott, First Infantry, Commanding. -
From the news received from Tampa Bay, it
would appear that the Indians arie determined net
to treat with -a view to emigration. They have
heard that the land which Government had assign.
ed them west of the Mississippi cannot be found on
their arrival--that country is no longer theirs, and
they are naturally-angry, and resolved to reminrn
where they are at all hoards. -The chief of the
Tallahassees said at T.L .)a that, if the soldiers
were sent aftur them, they would fight until their
powder aad lead was gone, and then with bows
and arrows. He would not agree to hold council
with Gen. Macomb, for he was certain the whit-as
hadc two faces; he said he spoke the sentiments of
all the Indians north of Tampa Bsy, and-that any
Indian who attempted hereafter to come in to tihe
whites would be killed., On the night of the 22 1.
of April, about 100 hostiles went into Tampa, and
took away some thirty friendly Indians, who weie
waiting to emigrate. During the night the Talla
h-asee chiefhelid a long talk with a Spaniard, na-
med Jeane Man es Da Oca, whospeaks the Indian
language well, and communicated to him'what we
have narrated above.

The Encampment of the U. S.Troops at Tren
ton will be made, we learn, about the firstof June.
Capt. Johnson, of theEngineer Corps, and Major
McKay, of the Infantry, are now in Trenwon lay-
ing out the ground. The encampment will rm-
*brace several thousand troops, and continue du-
ring the summer.
Doubtful.-I Ed, N. Y. Am.]

MADAWAIA.--'A gentleman' from Quebec in-
forms the editor of the Kennebec Journal that the
British are about commencing a Fort at Madawas-
ka. It it to be called barracks, bur the walls are to
be eight feet thick. We have some doubt whether
the home Government will enter fully into the
views of the provincial in fortifying their position
in our territory-that is, unless our Government
'should be unpardonably remiss in ius duty. If the
British (says the Journal) wish to build a Fort and
-Wt w ,, p..-is-..td ... -" an offset for Fort Blun- _
-der, (Rouse's Point,) it may be .very well. "
We do.not.believe a word about this fort build-
ing. It is a border story.-[ED. N. Y. AM..] "

Having published in our columns on Saturday,
the report alluded-to, we now insert the following
article from the Courier of this morning: .
Amongst our police reports of Saturday, one of
a mutiny on board the brig Clitus from which some
of the seamen were- taken on board the frigate
Constitution, contains some slight inaccuracies,
which a letter from Lieur. Carpenter leads us to
correct. He says, .
"The first application was to me for assistance
in getting'the brig under way, which I was obliged
to refuse under press of duty. Not long after-
wards a cry came from the brig for help, which
was instantly answered by a Lieutenant and beat's
crew, who brought back five men belonging to the
*Clitus, accompanied by the Captain of" the Clitus
and officer Dubois. 'These men were placed under


occupied by Mr. M. Dunn, for the.sale of cotton
batting, wick, &c. were burnt out. Mr. Dunn lost
his entire stock. Mr. J. Stewart, who occupied
the first floor, fAr the sale of hatilers, trimmings,
succeeded in removing. his goods.
Another fire broke out about 10 o'clock in the
attic of s sax story building on the corner of Nas-
sau and Liberty streets, which was extinguished
with the aid of.a few buckets of water, before any
material damage had been sustained.-[Gaz.]

DIADrPUL.-Mrs. Lany Wil iams, of this village,
was burnt to death, by her clothes taking fire, on
Saturday evening last. We understand that the
cause of this accident was intemperance. A
Coroner's inquest was held on the body, and a
verdict rendered accordingly.-jIWest Troy Advo-
cate.]
OLD AND Nz.w FAsmoINs.-In old times (1747)
it was the tip of fashion for a female to sport a
long waistcoat with packets in each side, and no-
thing was mote common thad to see a lady spinning
street yarn with her hands in her pockets! Our
modern belles, however, wishing to differ from the
other sex as much as possible, carry their pockets
in their hands.
CORONER's INtURSTS.-On Seturday, at the cor-
ner of Delancy and Orchard streets, on the body ol
Patrick King, a native of I-elan I, who was found
drowned in the bay, opposite Governor's Island,
Verdict, found drowned.
Also, on the body of a man named Moore, a na-
tive of New Jersey, and a cooper by trade, who or
Saturday morning was found hanging by the neck,
from'a tree at Feitner's lane, near 53d street. The
jury concluded that he had comm tied suicide,
Verdict accordingly.

POLICZ OFimcE, Saturday-Robbing a Church
-On Friday night, St. Mark's Church, in Stuy
vesant Place, near the 2d avenue, was entered and
several books stolen from it. On Saturday after-
noon, a well known thief offered some of thb
books for sale, to a person who herd of the rob,
bery, or suspected that they were stolen, and wh(
immediately arrested him, and brought him to thi
police office. He was committed for examination


Th s kv.ing. Mst alrmi that theie w*s n "
Limult, nor yelling, nor diatUrbances, at the irn-u-
iration of the new Common Council-nothing
tore than the eager pretssng of the "people"' t
witness the-swearing in of their chosen represen-
Ltives-and adds that we have been hoax d by
founded statements. We hope all this is as the
oait relates-but are bound to add, that we spoke
pon no lI;ght authority, and ihar, assuredly, there
Nas no hoaxing in the matter. Possibly the differ-
nee in the statements, is, after all, to be referred
o the different points of view in- which the differ-
nt narrators regard it-and to the dissimilar es-
imates which different tien, or even the same men
nder different circumstances, form Qf what con-
tiiutes order, decorum, and propriety, and what
re their opposites.

f From the `Albany Daily Advertiser.]
P.ROFLIGACY" OF THE SENATE.
We adverted yesterday to the notorious fact,
hat the majority of our State Senate had been
mostly governed by party considerations in their
courea during the past session. We should have
Ldded at the time. that on some occasions person-
al interests seemed equally powerful in swaying
he votes of these disinrtterestfed.persons. It wil be
recollected. that among the. bills passed by the
Assembly was one to dissever the monstrous and
nost objectionable connection, (established for
political purposes by the Albany Regency) which
has long subsisted between the Supervisors and the
Judges.in the .appointment of -County Officers.
This engine of corruption, which enables the State"
Government, though its immediate dependantss,
the County Judges, to influence appointment's in
every County throughout .the State, ad become
justly odious to Ihe People. Petitions after peti-
tions were-sent in to the Assembly, praying for a
repeal of this characteristic Regency law. The
Assembly, in answer -to these petitions, passed a
biill for the reform of the crying abuse. Its fate,
however, could not ba doubted in such a body as.
our State Senate. They seemed ;o consider them.
selves as delegated to look after the r own and their
party's interests only. Indeed, they affected to recog.
nize none but their own partisans as the People of
this State. .On the last day, or last but one, of
the' session, Dr. Hull nioved that the bill di-
vorcing the Judges ahd Supervisors be ordered to
a third reading; at the same time he took occasion
to say, that on this question he hoped no member
of the Senate who were County Judges, and there-
fore interested in its decisions, would attempt to
vote. But Messrs. Skinner, Clark and Johnson,
who held commissions for County Judges, felt no
scruples about voting against Dr. Hull's motion,
and thus'defeating the bill. Let it therefore be
borne in mind by the petitioners fur the divorce of the
Judges and Supervisors, that the act passed by the
assembly in ccordancewith their wishes, was de-
feated in the Senate by the votes of Senators holding
commissions as County. Judges! Buit there is
another and a similar outrage to record.-Judge (!).
Spraker, one of the Senators from the Fourth Dis.
trict, was appointed Supreme Court Commissioner
in 1830, and reappointed in 1832. In.the fall of
'35 he was elected Senator,. and as he could not
receive another re.appoihtmeat during the term for
which he was-elected, Gov. Ma cy omitted to
nominate any one in his place, so that this Dan-
iel of a Judge should hold -over accot ding to
Regency practice This violation of the spirit, if
not the letter-of the Constitution, was winked at
for three years. Gov. Seward, on looking over the
book of Executive nominations discovered this
fraud upon the People, and forthwith nominated a
person in Si nator Spraker's pl cl. It will sur-
prise none of our readers, who truly appreciate the
spirit of VanBurenism. when we add that this nomi-
nation was, as usual; rejected by the Senati ; and
Judge Spraker thus holds over for another year,
after having done so forfour. years, in direct viola-
tion of the spirit of the Constitution. A pretty
member, truly, was he for the Court of Errors!
There ate other instances of disinterested
legislation, to which we shall invite the attention
of the public from time to time--and we can pro.
mise them -some curious developments from the
Journals of the Senate's Executive Sessions, which
will astonish even the hardiest of our political op-
ponoftw. "
vi .Vc-o Fop"yTy. vs. Wnis EXTRAVAGANCE.
-The public extinditure of the .oco Feoo State
of Michigan, with a population of 200,000, for the
pest year, 'was $[85,568 The public expenditure
of the Whig State of Conneosicut with a population
of 300,000, for the same period, was $73,000.
PAssCKNas vs. FRaKIT.-The packet ship Sit-
vie de Grasse, to sail for Havre 24th inst. has for-
ty-two cabin passengers already engaged, but not
a pound of freight. As to passengers, we know
further, that the Gladiator for London, this day, is
full, and has been compelled to turn away several,
-and the Oxford for Liverpoel, to sail this day,
has, notwithstanding the steamer, a very good
number of cabin passengers.-(Jour. of Corn.)

"FIa.-A fire broke out about half past 7 o'clock
on Satu day evening, in the upper purl of the four
story brick store No. 931 Pearl street, and before
the flamescould be arrested the three upper stories,


PASSENGERS,
In the steamship L'verpool, for Uiverpool-Mrs
Zimora en I chilJ, Mrs Marryott and Mis Pinder
two Misses Zamora, R H Baltluf, Mr AbetIs, Mr
Urruela, Wm G Marryott, of Havana; Mrs Geo
Peicock, MrCurelI, Wm [Hopp-, John C Min-
tnn, JD Gibson, Angero Duncan, Anthony Bar-
clay, J Haitly, D Duncan, Wm Burt, Mr Wood,
John:Graveley, S J Newstadt, J T Walton, and
C pt WmiC Thompson, New Ydi k; Mrs Mary"
B iily, W H Mercer, Henry M- Walker, John.
Mos-, Charles J Biddle, and Joseph Pegg, Phila-
delphia; J Hartman, Mexico; E Molyneux; British
Consul at Savannah, lady, three children and two
servants, Gen Riwlings, Illinois; Stwell Tappan,
Esq,Isaiah Atkins, Samuel Stark-weather, and Hon
Daniel Webster, lady, and Miss Webster of Bos-
ton; Gov John Reynolds and lady, Chas Oakley,
Illinois; B iron .Von Roe-ne, Prussian Minister, F
Manero, and Don Juan Aguirre, Liverpool; E
Jones, Boston; Lt Col Townsend, B A, Lt Col
Head, B A, Canada; W Wales, Mas : Mrs Page,
Boston; Fred Long, B A, Canada; C F Blxter,
Bns on; Win Wilson, Kingst:n, U C; A M Feltus,
Mlississippi: Theodore Riou, Louis A Birbirin,
Robert Foreidav, John Hewlett, and- E Poirier,
New Ocleans, Vincent Aceard, do: H Chapm'n,'
AlLany: M N Burch Macon: John Emmons, Mo-
bilr: John W- Owen, Georgia: Fe ix G.uerrerc,
Mexico: Ch Urquharr NOrleans: J Broadbent,
New Yo k: kugustus i'll'-as, Mexico: Wm Sia.
phens, N Jersey: Ar'hur BBt.ke; S'Carolina: Jas'
C, mrie-, Charleston: "Vm Munroe;lJr, London: S
D B Bixtur, Bo.ston: R H Webster, England:
Robe Garrick, Pctersoi:'S-imuel.Wall, Jr. New-
uurgh. .
In the ship Siratoga. from New Orleans-
Mecsre S Waterman, S Hathaway, J.H Barton,
R C Grdner, C.pt Shumny. C Bennett,G M'Coy
and H D Ogden.
In the ship Rienzi, from Mobile-Mrs Lawrence
and Mrs North and child.
In the ship Gaston, from New Orleans-Mrs,
Buchanan, child and servant, Mr Van 'Els- and 13
in the steerage
In the brig Statira, fromSt Marks-Mrs C N
McCormick and lady, Mrs Center and child, Miss
Mestayer, Mrs Langdon and daughter, Mrs Holt,
Messrs A B Weeks, A Weeks, J Bennett, R Por-
ter, G Oliver, B S Carter, M. Smith, G W Whe.a-
ton, 0 Hart, J D'Martin, D D Rose, C Wade, W
Scott, J L Wilson, Mr Knight, and 3 in the steer.
age. '
SIn the ship Cotton Planter,.from Mobile-Mrs
Casey, child and servant, Mrs Harris, 2 children
and servant, Miss Turner, Messrs A H Goodwin,
E B Haswell, E W Hicks, L E Clark, S Raser and
E King.
In the brig Philara, from Saviannah-Rev C E
Jones, lady and 3 children, Mr Holman lady and
child, Misses Jones, Giles, Fabriau, Messrs .L
Conte, Dawson, Coleman, Greenleaf, Cotton, Jay-
-land.
In the brig Juno, from Georgetown-W.Mauvre;
R Stewart, W Hunter, Mrs Cowling and 2 child-
ren.
In the ship Nasville,-from New Orleans-Mr J
Osgood and lady, Miss Osgood, Master Osgood, C
H Holbrook, lady, and family, MrsJ Coon, Mrs
McMasters, J Demonceaux, lady and son, Miss
Barnum, Messrs C'Prescott, R Hubbard, A
SHaynes, W A Dodge, J F Allen-and 30 in the
sti rage.
In the brig Escambia, from Pensacola-John
Carrawl, of Philadelphia, H McCrady, J W Der-
meston, G Baker, T Moulton, J Gallop, HFC Rose.
J C Tucker, Mrs Catlin, and 2 daughters, W H
Wall, Miss West, Miss Brown, and 6 in the steer-
age.
In the brig Mary Silaby, from Mobile-Mrs
C Ayres and child, of New York, Mrs N Bug-
bee, Miss M Robbins, Mrs S Moss, Messrs G
Smith, J Perkins, Jack Sands, A Songet, N -Stew-
art, C. Copeland, and 6 in the steerage. .
In the brig Calvin, from Mobile-Mists Bridge-
man, G H EAton, G W Williami, H Harris, E W
Farly, W Conakly, S Robertson, G Finley, R An-
derson, R BeUl, E P Littlefield, E F Lake, and 7
in the steerage.


13 The sickness of Mr Frelinghuysen will postpone
for a few days hie inauguration, of which due notice will
be given. The holders of'tickets are requested to retain
them against such notice. myl82t
j LOST-A certificate of stock of the Pennsylvania
Five Per Cents, payable to the Philadelphia Bank on the
let May, 1839,. with an assignment of the same to J J.
Astor. The finder will be rewarded by leaving them at
No 87 Prince street, or 376 Broadway. n.my0 It*
"r- LECTURES ON ORIENTAL LITERATURE,
at the Stuyvesant Institute, by Rev. Dr. SCHROEDER.
TUESDAY, May 14th-On the variety, extent, and ge.
neral interest of the topics embraced in the Department of
Oriental Literature.
FRIDAY, May 17th-On the specred antiquities of
Arabia; the hIstory and character of Mohammed; and the
progress and prevalence of the religion which he taught.
TUESDAY, May 21st-On the doctrines or the Koanz
FRIDAY, May 24th- On the duties of the Koran, 'd
the present state and prospects of Mohammedanism. t
The Lecture Room will be opened at 7 o'clock, and the
Lectures begin punctually at 8 o'clock, Y-M.
Tickets may be had at the bookstores of Mr Lockwood,
415 Broadway; Mr Francis, 252 Broadway; Mr Sherman,
142 Fulton street; Messrs Carvill, 108 Broadway, ;and at
the Institute. mylO tf
PASSPORTS.
U3- Passports for American Citizens visiting Foreign.
Countries, may be procured under the Seal of the Secre.
tary of State, by applying at the Office of THOMAS N
CAMPBELL, Notary Public, 23 Pine street. myi8 lw
BANK OF COMMERCE IN NEW YORK,
May 3, 1339.
r -The Shareholders in this Bank are hereby notified
hat the third instalment of Ten Dollars on each share
is required to be paid on the 1st of June ensuing.
The Transfer Book will be clQsed from the 29th instant
to the 1st June, inclusive.
By order of the Board of Directors,


. TO LZT.-A modern built three story brickIHouse
In Sighth streebet, betenthe Fifth Avenue and Macdougall
stre8t finished in the beat style, arid ready for Immediate
occupancy. Applyat the bofllfice of this paper.. a025


SALES.or STOCKS THIS D Ai.
Reported by 8.J. Sylvestaer, Bullion. Stock tnd lchalngI
Broker, 22.Wall street, and 180 .rtiad-way.
22 shares Mechanics' Bank.., .....'. .1051
50 Dry Dockifank ..............1061
100 4lo do ............107 --b30
10 Seventh Ward -Bank ...a.........t01
10 Lalayette Bank .............100
35 -N.. A. Trust Co ................. '5
100 Plunters' Bank, Miss........... 81
93 Delaware and Hudson............ 811
25 do do .............. 81l-b 3
50 do do .............. 811
15 Farmers' Trust..............;..112
6 Ohio Life and Truit..............106
25 United States Bank............... 1184
10 do do.............11S
271 Kentucky Bank ............ ... 9t0
do do......... 91 -b60
5 Canton Co ..................... 47
5 do do|l............. 47.
10 do di .............. 47
25 Mohawk Railroad ...............65
100 do do .............. 6
100 Paterson Railroal ...............68
25 1 do do..............68
70 N. J. H. R. & Transportatiun)Co. .101*
15 do do............6.102
5 Stoninton Railroad ...;........ 37
40 do do .............. 37.
10 do do............. 37--b 10
20 do do............ .S7i-b 15
0-- Harlem R................... 6
50 dodoo ........... 60* 2
103 o (do.......;.... 601
50 do do .............60-b .3
50 do. do .............. 60j-s 69
It. Utica and Syracuse.............. 124
10 Washington Ins ................ 80
5 Merchiants'Fire Ins@.............105
20 Howard'Fire Insurance...........120
S50 City Babk .......... ........ 98
4 -- East River Insurance............ItCO
10 Auburn and Syracuse........... 81


CLEARED SINCE OUR LAST.
This Morning-Ship Empire, Baker, Liverpool, Rich.
irdson & Co; brigs T.ybee, Herbert. Savannah. Harritt
Brainaru, Nickeison, Norfolk, JElwell; schrs Mitchell,
Jmninrgs, Baltimore; Orieur, (f'r) Davisoni, Windsor, N&.
Saturday-Ship Gladiator, Britton, for London, Grin.
nell, Miturn'. Co; brigs Buenos Ayres, Stewart,.Charles-
ton; Androdus, Bowen,. Rochelle, T. lNicoll; Weser,
(Bremen) Gerken, Bremen, Meydr & Hupeden; Retrieve.
Pitman,-Jaconville; schooners Pioneer, Sparks, Philadel
phia; Mary PAtton, Messick, Washington, DC.; Caro.
linian, Oakley, 4altimore; Thomas Dail, Harrod, .do.;
Valiant, Honeywell, Philadilthia; Teazer, Greenham,
Eastport. Me.; Arabella, Hand. Richmond; Trio, Nicker.
,on, Boston; Rock Hill, WValpole Norfolk and Baltimore;
Maretta, Matson, Boston; Splendid, Patterson, do. Wash-
ington,:Penfield, Baltimore,
S ARRIVED THIS. MORNING
.French barque Panurge4 Le Mensby,'39 days fm Havre,
with wine, to order; 113 cases wie,'J Benard; 77 pkgs.
Castain & Pellurngs; 203 baskets do, F & A Baker; I bale,
J D Diuasway & Son; 4690 bur stones,|700 baskets wine,
W A Wright; DO0 do, W D Cuthijurtson. 61 -steerage
passengers.
Brig Hii:im, Chandler, 13 days fbom St.- Johns, P.R,
with 1'28 hhds sugar, 20 do molasses, Mason & Thomp.-
son; 40 do sugar, to the master. Leit brik Frances Jane,
of and from Baltimore, just arr.; schr Amnazon, for New
York, loading; brig George, of Boston, disc-tg.
Br schr Jane, Davis, 8 days fr-bo. Bermuda, with arrow
root, &c. to W. A. F. Davenport. : "
Sch8 Lucy & Margaret, Morrell, 5 days from Wilming.
ton, NC, with naval stores,.to W Snow. Saild in co with.
schr Mary, Oould, for Boston.
Schr Tilphia Ann, Howland, 6 days from Bufort, NrC,
with naval stores.
SSchr H Lawrence, Townsend,5days from Wilmington,
NC, with naval stores, to J Ogden. ".
Schr Coaster, Smith, 8 dasfm Philadelphia, coal.
Schr Sea Horse-, Baker. 3 ds fin-Philadelphia, coal.
BELOW-Ship New York, Never,,.from Liverpool,
with mradze. -
Ship Ruobert Brown, Mansfiald, 18 days from New Or.
leans, with cotton, to Grfnnell, Minturn k Co.
Also, 2 ships, 1 barquie and a brig. -
SAILED-Ships Oxford, Rathbone, Liverpool, Gladia.
tor, Britton, London. '
ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.
- Dutch ship Three Friends, Sipkes, -42 days fm Amster.
dam, with mdze, &c, to Boonen Graves & Ca.
Swedish ship Wester N6rrland, Gotstrum, 60 days from
Cad z, with 50 tons salt and wine, to Hogan & Mlln.
Ship Nashville, Wood, 13 .days from New Orleans,
with cotton, to W. Nelson. '
Ship Gastoir, Wittesey. 20 days from New Orleans,
to Scott'& Morrell. .
Ship Cotton'PlanterDoane; 15 days from Mobile, to E.
E. D, Hurlbut. .
Br. brig Elizabeth, Galbreth, from Newcastler,-March
23d, to Barclay &Liylngston. -
Danish bria Immanuel, Maag, 47 days from Hamburg-
with mdze, to T.L. Wolf.
Brig Sophia, Krook, 71 days from Paleimo, and'4l fm.
Gibraltar, with Iruit, &e. to Fitch & Co.
Br. brig Billow, Coalfleet, 12 days from Windsor, N.'S,
with 160 tons plaster, to Fountain & Randolph ..
Brig Calvin, Gardiner, 19 days from Mouile, with cot.-
ton, 'c. ,
Brig Halcyon, Prime, of North Yarmouth, 9 days from
St Jotn's, E P, with ship ,timber. Passed in thle river
schr Heroine, Van Duzer, haace, going up.
Brig- Mary Silsby, Pietson, 15 days from Mobile, with
cotton, &c. .
Brig Opulence, Robinon+ 16 Jays-from Apalachicola,
with cotton, &c. Sailed In co from Key West 8th inst
ship Bloom for NYork and- schr Clementine. At Key
West ship Alabanraian for Mo0ile in 14 days. 26 pas.
sesngers. ". .
Brig Sabra, Winslow, 16 ds fm Aapalaohicola, with
cotton &c.
Brig Escambla, Dunham, from Pensacola, and 10 days
from Key West with cotton &c.
Brig Statira. Babbage, 13 days from St Marks and 10
days from Key West with moltses Ac. ".
Brig Phiiura, Ripley,8 ds irom Savannah, with cotton.
Brig Jao, Richardson, 0 days from G(orgetown, 8. C.
cotton.
Brig Cornelia, Kelly, 6 das fm Georgetown, flour..
Schr Topic; Smith. 17 ds fm Curacoa with ciffae, goat
skins,. fustic and dye wood."
Schr Eagle, Sawyer, 18 ds fm NOrfeans, with sugar.
Schr Ambassador, Dodge, 23 ds fm New Orleans, with
sugar, molasses and corn.
Schr Sun, Burrows, from* New Orleans anp 9 days fmin
Key West with corn.
Schr Clementiq Tayior, 15 days from Apalachicola,
with 10,000 feet timber.
Scht Eliza Jane. Lee, Wilmington, with naval stores.
Schr Eliza Maria, Smith, 5 days fiom Washington, NC,
with naval stores. .
Schr Washington, 4 days from Newbern, N.C, with
naval stores.
Schr Amazon, Chandler, 7 days from Swansboro', NC,
with naval stores. .
Schr Control, Silsby, 5 days from Newbern, N.C, with
naval stores.
Schr Amazon, 6 days from Windsor, NC-naval stores.
Schrs Wmn Seymour, Taylor, 4 days from Newborn,
N C; John Stanley, Chadwick, do, 4, both with naval
stores.
Schr Atlas, Treadwell, 4 days from Washington, N.C,
with naval stores.
Schr Mary, Chadwick, 4 days fiom Washington, N.C,
with naval stores.
Schr Amphitiite, Hickman, 3 days from Norfolk, with
shingles.
Schr Manchester, Knapp, 4 days from Ritichmond, with
mdze, to Allen k Paxson.
Schr Henry Brown, Lingo, 6 days from Richmond, with
wheat, to E Hart.
SSchr Sarah Augusta, Welden, 5 days from Richmond,
with coal.
Schr George Henry Gould, 5 da fm Richmond, coal.
Scur Geo Henry, liould, 3 ds fm Richn.ond. coal.
Schr Intrepid, Camp, S ds fm Georgetown, flour.
Schr John Henry, Derrickson, 5 days from Norfolk,
with shingles.
Schr Coaster, Bleeckers> 5 ds rm Norfolk, shingles.
Schr Visscher, Bearse, 3 de fm Boston, bound to Albany.
Barges Grampus and Shark, S0 hours from-Phdlad, (the
shortest passage on record.) .
SAILED-On Saturday, the steamer Liverpool, for Li
verpool.
"U S frigate Constitution dropped down in the Lower
Bay on Sunday morning.
The steamer Liverpool passed the Narrows on Satur.
day, at half past 3, P M.

BOSTON, May 17-Arr ship Julia, NOrleans, barque
Rothschilds, do; Fitzsimmons, Wales; Carib, Omoa 17th
ult; Old Colony, NOrleans; schre Napoleon, :Havana;
Conductor, Jersey City; New England, Legislator and
Cicero, L York.
Old--brig Ennomus, Ris Janero;achrs Viola, WIndies;
Maria, NIork. .
PHILADELPHIA, May 18-Arr brig Ann Wayne, frm
Malaga; scars Elizibeth & Rebecca, Hudson; Doctor,
Berlin; Illinois, Newport; Protecticn, NYork; 3 masted
scht Pan, Messina; John F Crouch, NYork; James, Al-
bany; Columbian, do; Reynear, Hartford; sloop btar,
Albany.
CId-ships Monongahela,Liverpool; Peruvian, Pernam.
buco; barques Lark, Rio de Janeiro; Ohio, Bordeaux;
Alcyone, Montevideo; Annabella, Albany.


BALTIMORE, May 17-Arr schr Fulvia, NYork.
C!d-brig Reaper, Lazuayra.

leth-Arr Br brig Belle, Bermuda.
Cld-schrs Leonidas, Cape Hayti'en; Direct, NYork.
RICHMOND, May 16-Arrived, schooners Mary, from
Thomaston; May Flower, New Yora. Saill.ed, scbrs Mi.


W ANTED-A middle aged woman, to take charge
v of a nursery. Apply at.M1 Barclay street.
my20 6stis


*. op..
THE THIRD AUCTION SALE.
or.
EAST NEW YORK PROPERTY,
Situate in the
MANUFACTURI-NG DISTRICT:
Adjourned to take place
On TUESDAY, May 21lsi, 189,
AT No. Ill BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
6i" Sales of the above Property will be continued at
the same hour and place, on Tuesday evening, each week
my18 3t ..-- -
NEW YORK
FIRST PREMIUM
SHIRRED HAT DEPOT,
Mrs. McGAY'S, No. 129 Grandgetreet,
Anrll 9 tf Near Broadway.
GENTLEMEN'S SUMMER HAT.
r WARNOCK would respectfully inform his cue.
towers that he is now prepared to furnish his light and
beautiful Pearl Hat. The approbation with which it was
received last summer, warrants him in introducing them
the coming season. The article now offered is of decidedly
superior manufactured WARNOCK,
myl7 tf .Hat Establishment, 170 Broadway.
GENTLEMEN'S LIGHT SUMMER HATS.
Sd" WARNOCK has now on hand a large and corn.
plete assortment of colored Leghorn Hats, c'mhsisting of
various qualities and most approved styles.
Also, just received, and in preparation, a few cases
.extra quality white Leghorn flats, four Inch brims, a vary
splendid article.
myl7 tf WARNOCK, 170 Broadway.

NIARINEA J.fl)KNAJIL.
NEW.YORK AMERICAN, MAY 20,1839.
Hieh b Waterthis morning, 2h 2m


81LKS--Rich changeable or Glace
Rich'striped and figured d,,-
Chinesqfoulardl.plain and glace
GOros D'Afriques, plain and e.hangeable
Gros de Indes .do do
Pvult de Soies do do
Gros de Naple'sa do do
Rich light Silks, figured and plain, for'evening
dresses
Rich white do do do for weddings
Blue and jet black, of all the above styles
Poplins, plain and figured. &c. -
SHAWLS-Diaphanous, Net, Glace Silk, plain and
changeable.
Mantillas, Paris Gausa, Mousel'ne de Laine, Cash-
mere, Thibet Wool and -Fancy Hdkfo, of the above de.
scriptions. "
. EM ROIDERIES-Paris work, of the latest fashions,
Capes, Canezous, Chemizeites, Collars, Capes, .c.
L&C.eS-Mechlin, English and French thread, Lielle,
Blonde,. Bobbinet, c, Edgigs., of all- descripione.
.THIN MUSLINS-Just opened, several cases of Paris
Muslins, new designs.
SThe above, with his general assortment of Goods, have
been selected with. great care, expressly for his city trade,
and will be found to be of the finest fabrics and matufac-
ture. my2o
r OUTHI RN and Western. Merchants, nuu in this
city, are respectfully invited to call ahd examine a
beautiful and original article, catledGoltd:and-8ilver Fluid,
for ornamental penmanship. Writingof evety description
perforimecr with this superior article, has the tbrlIiancy of
fine gold and silver.
On hand-A large quantity of the bovae, packed ready
for exportation. -
Or lers from abroad will meet with imnmediate attention,
direct ted to the inventor and proprietor.
S EDWARD N. KENT, Statipnor,
my20 1w .No a Wall street.
CARLYLE'S ESSAYS-Critical and Miscellaneous
SEssaysa, by Thomas Carlyle, in2 vols. 12mo., for
sale by S. COLMAN, 8 Astor House. [mv2oj
XELISHh.S-Yarmo'uh Potted Herring, Anchovy
Paste, Pate au diable, and Paris Mustaid,'exraqual-.
ity, all just received,and perfectly fresh, for sale by
my2o0 R. H. ATWELL, 831 Broadway, cor. White Pt.
S HAMPAIUN WINES-A large assortment of the
choicest brand, quarts ani] pints, received per late
arrivals from Havre, and for saleby -
my2O GRACIE & CO. 20 ,Broid st.
IDES -4000 hung dried Hides, for sale by
my20 HOWLA ID & APINWALL,. 5 South St.


WV HAla l t. E-12,0 pounds primt quality for


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BHE AnnuAl Election for Directors of the UNITED"
STATES FIaE INSURANCE COMPANY will
be held at the office of the company, No 05 Wall street,
on Monday, the 3d day of June next. '
The Pollwill open at12 o'clock and close at I o'clock.
JAMES WILKIE. Secretary.
New York, May 20, 183.- 0. u -i3r "
MUTUAL.INSTRANCE COMPANY OF THE CITY
OF NEW YORK.
May 1$, 1839.
4 IVIDEND.- The President ind Directorb have thu
day dealdred a-dividend ot five ler cent on the renewed
capital stock for the last six months-ending,.let instant,
and also a surplus dividend of three per cent, payable on
and altet the first day of June next. The Tranfer Books
will be closed from 23d instant, until the first day of SJune.
By order,
my20 Im A. ILB. McDONALD, Secretary.
N CHANCERY-Beforethe Vice Chancellor-Aerrn .
Arnold &c. vs. Charles Wadsworth, &e.-In purMu
ance of a decree entered in the above entitled cause will,
be sold under the direction of the undersigned, orne of the
masters of this coutt, by Messrs. W. t R. I. GERARD,
Auctioneers, at the auction room No. 15 Broad street, In
'-he City of New York, on the 6th day of May next, at 12
o'clock at noon of that day, all that certain lot, plece, or,
parcel of land, situated and being in the Zhghth Ward
of the City of New York, bounded and described a" fol- .,
lows: Beginning at a point on the southerly side of
Howard street. distant 75 feet eastwardly from the south-
erly corner of Howard and Mercer streets, 'at the corner
of a lot Formerly belonging to Henry M Brlttou, running
thence westwardly 25 feet along the said suutherly side of
Howard street to a lot now in tne occupation of Arnold,.
Hearn & Co ; thence southerly along the last mentioned .
lot 50 feet, on a line parallel with Mercer street; thence
eastwardly-on a line parallel with Howard street twenty-
five feet to said lot, formerly of Henry M. Britton ;
thence northwardly on a line parallel with-Mercer street
fifty six feet.to the place of beginning. The said lot now
known as lot number forty nine (49) Howard street, the
western-wall of the house upon the mortgaged -premises
being a party wall.
New York,April/12, 1839. "
FREDRIO D FP1EYSTERt, .
apil 3wlaw Master in Chancery.
The sale of the above described premises is adjournedto
the 20th inst at the same hour and place abyve specified.
May 6j 1839. FREDERIC DE PETSTER,
my6 2awts Master in Chanery.
d. The sa'a of the above*described premises is further
ad turned to th.e 27th inst., at the same hour and place.-
May2-. 1839. FREDERIC D9 PEVSTER,
mv202awcs Mster in Chancery.
FOR SALE-A splendid country seat in the
Highlands, on the Hudson River. That beautiful
|jBil residence known by the name-of the BEVERLY
I* FARM; containing four hundred qcres of land,
abot two hundred of which is fine level arable soil, of an
e 'cellent quality, in a good state of cultivation, and not
surva-.sed by any on the tiver for ferti'tty-the remainder
is fine and thrifty timber lard. The situation is the most
ehligible on the Htidson, extending one mile and.a half on
ihe.river, with a bold shore and convenient dfock, being
nearly oppo-ite Wert Point and within fifty miles of New
York.. The prospect is extensive and -liverified, ieach-
ing.froni St. Anthony's Peak on.the south, to he bay ad
city of Newburgh on the north. This estate can conve.
niently be divided into three farms, .giving an equal pr.-
-portion of fiont on the river,- and of aiable and timber
land to each. A.lmost every enclosure is-supplied with
living springs-of the purest water.- There is on &ad es.
tate a plain house, (formerly the head quarter of Gena.
Arnold,) likewise, out houses necessary to carry- hn the
!tisiness of the larm.- The single fact, that during the
whole time the cholera ri-ed throughout the State, not one
,case occurred within ten miles of this place, is nullcieatto
prove the'unrivalled salubrity of the situation. The facil-
ities of intercourse with the city; that san be reached in four
hours by means of numerous steamboats, arer groet and
dai'y increasing, both as regards pleasure, andthe.con.
ve.mence of a near market for produce of every description.
Rich in historical associations,connected with the glorious
-struggle for our independence, the Beverly estate presents
to gentlemen o' taste and leisure ihi rare opportunity of
-selecting one of the most charming and pcturesqhecoun-
try seat in the State
For conditions of sale, apply to'STWPHEY.A. -HAL%
SEY, Erq, 189 Water street, or RICHARD D. ARDEN,
onthe.adjoinlne far'n. mv2wls
AJ..NKET'-, UAUZE -FLA'N+N.L8, Itc.--2. L.l
| HOLMMS, No 44 Maiden Lana, 'have for Male a
large assortment of Blankets, from low to fine qualities.
Also, crib and cradle do.
Two balei Gauze Flanners, at low prices, by the -piece
or At retail
SOn hand-Jeans,- Dritlings, 'Erminets, &c, for. boy's
wear .. ..tmy20
S()OMZTIlI1N( NEW- Daguerre's Photogenic Draw-
Sing Apparatus, used.in obtaining copies of leaves of
plants and flwers, points and paintings on glass, wings of
insects, seaweeds, lace, &c.
SWILEY'& PUTNAM, Importers,
my20 161 Broaiway.
eCULLOCH'S DICTIONARY, Practical, Theory.
LV tical and Historical, of C'mmerce and CQmmeercial
Navigation, illustrated with iraps and plans, a new edi..
tion, with.a new and enlarged Supplement bringing down
the information: contained in the work to the present ime.
Imported per the ship Quebec, and will be ready for
delivery in a few days, by .
my20 ,. APPLETON & 00.200 Broadway.
ENUINE BEAR'S GREASE-1or promoting the
I"" growth of the hair, and imparting a beautiful and
glossy lustre to it, far superior to any- other application.
SThe superiority of this Oil over every preparation for in.
ducing the growth of the.hair, is generally acceded to by
all who have used It, as it Imparts a glossy richrom tote
hair, rendering it soft and flexible, and exltin&g the capil.
lary vessels to healthy action. To perse becoming bald
by sicikness or o.her cause., the application of thibs Oil
daily, will soon fIroduee a reaction t i ts frowi .The
subscriber has just received a fresh (ipi-y-oyI-e feauie-
article, put up neatly in earthen pots and prepared ex-
pressly for his retail trade, at the Bowery Medlctne-tQte,-
No 260 Bowery" ay,
-OLIER'S HISTORICAL DICTIQMAR%,4I vole,
Collier's Church History, 2 vole .
.Leasfetlo's Bible, folio
Cyprian Episcipi ..
-Cyprian Opera ; -
Cascetas on Jeremiah
Corerdale'a Bible, 4to
Carpenter's Itroduction to the Scriptures.
Calvin's Institute do Life -
Churchman Armed, 8 vole
Cave's Lives, 2 vol.
Cave's Primitive Christianity .
Cox's Lives of the Fathers "
Claude's Essays, with notes, by Robinson, 2 vole
Claude's Defence. Just received and for saleby
my20 SWORDS, STANFORD & CO. 152 Broadway.
IF RENCH FANCY DRY GOODS AT MODE-
RATE PRICES.-To stratngers-Strangers visiting
the city will find at fOUNTAIN'S Fancy Dry (,oods
Store, (No 231 Broadway, adji dining the American Hotel,)
an entire and complete assortment of all the various style.
and descriptions of hew French Dry Goods, suited to the
season at such-prices as will beusitsfactory. Aiung which
are the following: -


charge of ra. sentinel. Two of them were called
for yesterday, fnd the remaining three this morn-
ing. We -could do nothing but take charge of the
men. E. W. CARPENTzrt, Lieut. V. S. N."

FiXox HALnAx.-The Halifax Times of the 8th
inet. mentions the arrival of the steam frigate Me-
dea, last from Bermudad-adding that-while on her
way from Havana to Jamaica she was fired into,
at night, by a French man-of-war brig. One man
was killed and several were wounded by the fire.
The French commander said that he mistook
her for a Mexican. He apologized to Commodore
Douglass, on discovering his error, and the apology
was accepted.

EXPiDITION TO OumoLo.-We learn from the
Peoria (Illinois) Register of the 4th inst. that a
party of twelve young men left that place on the e1st
bound for Oregon. Upon reaching the Columbia,
the party will proceed to take possession, as Ameri.
can citizens of the most eligiblejpoints, apd make
settlements. These .- claims" (to use a pioneer
phrase) will be held in common by the whole
company, until the title is recognized by the United
States. Should any of the party, however previ-
ously~become dissatisfied, he will be at liberty to
leave, but his interest in the possession thus claim.
ed will be forfeited. The articles and expense of
the outfit are as follows :
A good riding horse, say $75 00
A rifle, carrying ball from 13 to 42 to lb. 15 00
Brace of pistols 10 00
Hunting knife -- 1 00
8I lbs powder, with lead in proportion 5 00
2 woollen blankets 5 00
A pack pony, to be purchased on frontier 25 00
For contingencies 25 00

$161 00

TEXAS.
From Houston papers of the 7th, and Galveston
of the 8.h inst., we gather the following :
Tie first sale of lots in the naw seat of govern-
ment takes place in August. The President, it is
said, will, under no circumstances, convene Con-











*AIV vue'riu ,
...PAMi( TM.R Tajfc;. "
. : MtS3CLIPTON..
SHIS EVENING, May 20th, will be performeinel tht
Tragedy-of ANNA BOLEYN-King Henry th, MrGann,
Cardinal Wolsey, Richingse Anna boleyn, Miss Clifton;-
Lady Mary Talbot, Mis Pritchard.
After which, a Pas.de Deux by Master and Miss Wells.
Tbconclude with the Burlettaof THE DEEP, DEEP
SEA-Neptune, Mr Richingsi Great American Sea Ser-
pent, Plalcide; Perseus, Mrs Richardson; Andromeda,
MrsPritchard. -
Tomorrow, first appearance of M and Md Taglioni.
Doors oenat7i'clock-Performance commences at7j
Tickets- Boxes.t1, Pit, 50cents.Gallery,.25 cents.


"NAT'I NAL TIIEATIE. "
SCorner of Leonard and Church sir etls.
TI CELEBRATED VOCALISTS. ""
.HI S IVENIN0, May20th, will be performed
th i Comic Opera of JOHN OF PARIS-John of Paris,
Mr Wilton;' Grand Chamberlain, -Mr Lambert; Princess
of Navarre, Miss Shirreff; Olivia, Mrs Bailey.
After rhlteh the Farce of.-THE PLEASANT NEIGH-
BOR-Christopher Strap, Mr Williams;- Nancy, Mrs
Herring. S .
:Toconclude with the Scottish Malo Drama of GILDE.
ROY--lack Muir, Mr Wilson; Mactavish, Mitchell; Li.
lias Logan, Miss Shirreff; Mrs Mactavish, Mrs Russell.
Tomorrow, the celebrated vocalists will appear.
SDoors open at 1 o'clock-Perrormance commences at 7j.
Boxes, $1-Pit, 50 cents-Gallery, 25 cents.
T BO)WERY THEATiE.
HIS EVENING, May 20th, will be performed the
Farce of MR AND MRS'P W..Maior Pepper, Mr Nick
Inson: Peter White, Gates; Widow Gates, Mrs Williams;
Mrs White, Mrs Proctor.
Toconclude -wih the grand Romantic Drama of MA.
ZEPPA, or, The Wild Horse of the Desert..Mazeppa,
Mr Wiolfordr Abner Khan. Proctor; Thamar, uolesj
Drolinski, Gates; Olinski, -Mrs Coles; Oneiza, Mrs Wil-
liams. .
SDoorsopen at7o'clock--pper ormancecommences at7j.
Boaes 76 cents. Pat 371. Gallery 25.
T iHHE DUtBUFE GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, at
L the Academy of Fine Arts, in Barclay -street, will
.continue open for Public Exhibition until Saturday, the
18tI&h instant, on which day, at 11 o'clock, A IN., the
Paintings composing this Exhibition, (with the exception
ot the Revolt in Paris) will be offered for sale at Public
auction, If Pot previously disposed of at private sale, for
which amateurs-areinvited.to treat, by calling at the Gal.
lety.
e.Thi splen'id collection is already so well known to the
public, that a particular description is deemed unneces-
sary. .
It consists of four magnificent Paintings by Dubufe, the
painter of Adam and Eve, vtz: -
Don Juan.- Haidee and Lambro.
SThe Circassian Slave,
St John in the Desert. -
Which, toet-ir with thf'Destructian of] Jerusalem, A
D, 70, by Whici. 1o, (a grand historical painting, c f great.
interesti) afe now offered for sale, either separately or ina
one lot. .
The Revolt'in P-rna, by Giraud, will continue in the. Ex
hibitioh until the day day of sale.
Thi price of admittance will be 25 cents, as heretofore
and'the Gallery w t'-eopen from 10 in the morning until
10 at:night. my6 tmyl8
PANORAMAS OF JERUSALEM AND THEBES.
r .NHESE Panoramas are now open for exhibition at the
.A New Rotunda, corner Prince ,.nd Mercer streets,
Broadway, opposite-Niblo's Garden.
STHE PANIORAMA-OF JERUSALEM. is a splendid
painting, of the largest class, covering a surface of ten
thousand e quare feet, painted frQm drawings taken by Mr.
wewrwood iin 1834.
-THE PANORAMA OF- THEBES IN EGYPT, paint.
ed lkewipe irom Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is superior,
ai work of art, to any Panorama before exhibited.
The Prnoramas are brilliantly illuminated every even.
Ilig by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explanations of
the pictures given In tte forenoon, afternoon, and at halt
pastBinilheevenine.
Open from 9 in the morning, till half past 9 in tto even-
ing. Admittance 25- cents to each Panorama. Books of
description 124 cents ali tf
S THE S T A T U E
OF.

VICTORIA,
SBy J. VARICK STOUT, -
.8 now exhibiting at the Stuyvesant Institute, No 659
Broadway, from 10 A M, undl 10 P M. Admittance 25
Ueats. .
After abhort conversation with this'artist we left him un-r.
der the impression that his mind was completely imbued
and saturated with classical images, feelings and associa.
tifns, and that hi has the same feelings for this art that
maybe supposed to have belonged to a Roman Sculptor
Sof the dim n of Augustus -[The Expositer.J my8.2wis*
ASSERLy & SONS' English, Classical, and Foreign
I Book Store, 108 Nassau st.--After a period more
protracted than a thieefold apprenticeship, devoted to the
service of education and literature, it cannot be deemed
presutmptuous in the subscriber.to offer himselfto-the pat.
ronage of an intelligent public, as a caterer of no little ex -
perience in the selection -of books best adapted to the taste
or talents, wants or wishea,.of all plassesiin tile communi.
ty at large. He thereforetakes leave to announce to his
Strlends and ,fellow citizens, that, exclusive of a valuable
and-carefully selected stock-ol books on all subjects a'd
jIn alllaiguages, well worthtbe inspection of the curious,
he hawam de arrangements to procure from Europe, at the
earliest notice, the moe: popular productions on General
Education. Ancient Classics, Moderh Languages, Art,
-Scitee, Elegant Literature, Philosophy, Theology, Con.
troversy, &z. .
Fromhis log and-intimate acquaintance with the best
authors connected witl, most of the foregoing departments,
be flatters himself, that he brings to the business, advan.
ages not alwaye-asttainable by booksellers even of the most
extensive practice; and from the same reason, he may
not without much coif fence, assert, that he will be ena.
Sbled to provide a selection of such books as ,are- most ge. -
nerally ueful for Scheols. Academies, Colleges, Univer.
s:ds, or respectable Private Libraries. Among his Second
ban'dtaswell as among his New Books, the able Divine,
the curious Student, the laborious Teacher, the learned
] *rofessr, th ingenious Mechanic, and the accomplished
e atlei$an,- may expect to always ibAd something choice.
fare aod valuable. .
*** Private Libraries and second hand books, bought or
exchanged.
myiS 3*.19th20th&25th PATRICK S. CASSERLY.
'a tOLLECTIONS on all parts of the United' Srates,
) Canadas and Europe, made on .favorable terms.
Drafts at sight, payable on Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City4St Louis, New Orleans, and all other
principal cities, can be obtained of "
SN B--All SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway.
kinds of'Foreign Gold and Silver bought and
sold. .. myl8
SYLVEST'rER'S REPOM'rER AND COUNTER..
FEIT DETECTOR in pamphlet form and folio
sheet, for sale at -
ehe osl S..J. SYLVESTER'S, 180 Broadway,
myl7 and 2-2 Wa-H street.
-' TrOTES of the Essex Bank of- Guildhall, bought on
.L'I very favorable terms by S. J. SYLVESTEst,
myl7 130 Broadway'and 22 Wall street.
ILLS OF EXCHANGE on all parts of Great Britain
S ,, and Ireland, in sums of Sl. to any amount, for sale
S. J. SYLVESTER'S. 130 Broadway,
"umyl7 and 22 Wall st.
t iOLLECTION8 on all parts of the United States, Ca-
n oaaas and Eu- )pe, made on the most favorable
terms, by S. J. SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
myl7 and 22 Wall st.
NCURRENT MONEY ot all kinds bought by
S. J. SYLVESTER,
myl7 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall st.


SYLVESTIR'S NEW REPORTER.-This day is
published in folio form, containing much interesting
matter, the latest news from England, Literary Notices,
&c. &c. &c., price 6 cents, by
SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway,
my 17 below Maiden Lane.
T HE following Broken Bank Notes are bought by
. SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway, below Mai.
dec Lane:
Essex Bank, Guildhall, Windsor, Belleyille,Wolfboro'
Commonwealth, Middlesex, Kilby, Fulton, and Norfolk.
Also-All kinds o'f Uncurrent Money, &c. myl7
.k XCHANGE ON LONDON-Drafts at sight, in sums
Sto suit purchasers, from 5 pounds and upwards, on
MewrsPrescott, Grote, Ames & Co. Bankers, London.
Applyto SYLVESTER S CO.
myl71 156 Broadway,'below Maiden Lane.


LITE OIL-15,000 gallons, In pipes and barrels, for
sale by GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO,
my2 .. 134 Front st
k-. ADDERS-S30 cases Ombro Madders, lfor sale by
J. GRINNELL, MIINTURN & CO.
my20 134 Front street.
j AILEGO FLOUR-200 bis Flour, of the celeliateu
Gallego brand, for sale by
my20 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front et.
H.AMS-3413 Southern Hams, 2117 Shoulders, for
L sale by


Wmy20 KiOWLAND ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
ORDEAUX O.L-200 white baskets and stamped
b little, just landed, and for sale by
myl8 AGRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
g PARKLINO I I lKk -80 casks, each one dozen, .Ai a
choice quality, tor sale by-
myl8 IBACIE & CO. 20'Broad st
1..OGERT & KIm ELAND, 42 Wall street, offer for
)lll sale-
Brandy-In pipes an l half pipes, 'Otard, Dupuy &JCo's
b hrand. i. iaf inmagem


SiUCTION-Will be leased at public action, by the
Ssubicriber, at the City Hall, on t.Tuesday, the 21st
inetaht, at J2 o'clock M., the use and occupation, of the
Red Fort, as occurred and used under the Lease which
has expired, uniil the slet day of May, 1840.
Also,- the WhaTfase accruing op the south side of the
Pier at the foot of-Hubert street, for the same time, Un-
der the restrictions of Leasing Public. Docks and Slips.
D.D. WILLIAM0SI,
myl7 Comptroller.


S J AMES BLEECKER, Auctioneer. "
SUPERIOR AND VERY OLD MADEIRA AND
OTHER WINES, &c. BELONGING TO THE ES-
TATE OF THE LATE JAMES T.WATSON'
JAMES BLEECKEK & CO. will sell at auction, on Fri
day, 24th ofMay, at 11 o'clock, at theirsales room, No. 3Q0
Bioad st., corner of Exchange Place, superior Old Wines,
&c. consisting of
2 Cages of2 cdrzen each and 5 bottles of Old Madeira o
the Vintage of 1812.
18 do of 2 dozen each do do 1815. -
141 do of 2 dozen each do do 1829. .-
9 do of 2 dozen each and 13 Bottles do Enterprize.
2 do of 2 dozen each of very ofd and choice Madeira.
3 dozen of. Old Madeira, the corks crossed X.
21 Bottles do do without mark.
Aiso-Some choice Claiet, Haut Sauterne. Pale Sherry,
Burgundy, Port, Arrack, Rum and Brandy, being the en.
tire stock of the late J T. Watson
The Enterprise Wine is of the vintage of 1827, and high.
ly commended by Howard, Match & Co., who state it to
be of the best quality, and of the same' kind as they had
shipped to England for the.Duke of'Devonshire and Sir
Robert Peel, &c. The four dozen of very old and choice
Madeirais well known as the Georgia Wine. It aas
shipped from Madeira in 1790.
Also-10 dczein of old Pale Sherry.
10 doz'n of Madeira.
16 dozen of Lynch's Chateau Margaux ef isa1.
SCatalogues can be obtained on the day previous to the
sale.. [17] myl7
S JAMES BLEEUKER, Auctioneer.
SEAL ESTATE SALEOF VALUAB-LE BUILDING
LOTS AT HARLAEM..-JAMES BLEECKER & Co.
will sell at auction on Tuesday; 4th of June, at 12 o'clock
at their sales room, No. 30 Broad street, cor. of Exchange
Place. ..
ONEHUNDRED AND THIRTEEN LOTS of Land
Pituate in the Twelfth Ward, bounded on, and adjacent to
tItt 4th Avenue and the Harlaem River and between the
New Free Bridge and'the Old. Harlaem Bridge, as will ap-
pear by a Map at their office aforesaid.-
These Lots of land are bounded by street already regu.
lated.' The Railroad cars pass through and stop opposite
to them. Dwelling Houses and .Manotufactories are-
rising -rapidly -around these lots, their situation being
highly favorable at the junction of the New Yoik
and Albany and the Harlaem railroad's, and in-the
immediate vicinity -of the Harlnem river, now made
navigable by the opening of the draws in the two
bridge, through which pass sl6ops, schooners, and other
cralt daily-plyiog to and from the Croton Water Works.-
The water in the river in front of this property being of a
depth i, twenty five feet at low water mak,'-and of a
width that will admit vessels of any size to *ink, at their
anchors and lie in safety at 'he bulkhead, afi.r ls'a'posi-
tion for the carrying on of all sorts of businoe-s, and is 'of.
mulh' importance in' poict of cheapness arnd despatch to
the commerce of the city.
Lithog "tphic Maps -will be furnished. [
The Lots are situate as follows :
First-8 Lons fronting 128th street, midway between the
3d and 4th Avenues, and adjoining Mr. Stephenson'sRail.
road Car-Manufactory.'
Second-S Lots on the south side of 129th street, between
the 3d and .4th Avennes, and near the new brick buildings
.there and the: manuuactory above named." This street
is paved, thesi lewalks laid, and is lighted from the:3d to
-the Sth avenues.
STHird-li Lots on 129th street, opposite the.above and
the manufactory aforesaid.
Fourth-8 Lots fronting the 4th Avenue and lyingbe-
tween the .1.29th and .130th streets
Fifth-1l2 Lots fronting 130th street, south side, 100 feet
from the 4th Avenue,;and between itand the Harlaem Ri "
ver. .
Sixth-4 Lots at the corner of the 4th Av'enmue ah 130th
street, sou jili corner. '.
St-venth 4 Lots at the corner of the 4th Avenue and
130th street, north corner,
.ighth-19 Lots on 130th street, north side, and between
.the4th Avenneand the 5thlAvenue.
Ninlh-16 Lots on 13'st street, south side. 200 feet from
the-4th Avenue, ahd running towards the 5th Avenue. -
Tenth- 8 Lotsl fronting,1,e 4th Avenue, lying between
131st and 1321 streets.
Eleventrt--I10 Lots fronting 132nd street, 100 feet from
tie 4th Avenue, and thenrce towards the river.
Twelfth-4 Lots fronting 132nd street, 160 feet from the
4th Avenue.
.- The Harlaern Railroad Cars, running from the City
Hall at all hours to this property, will afford facility to
those, gentlemen who may wish to viewiho same, without
much loss of time'or of expense.
For further,iiformatioi, apply at the Auction Rooms,
No .30 Broad street. or to -
CHAS. 14ENRY HALL, at.Harlaem.
myln [No. 11.]
S JAMES.BLEECKEK, Auctioneer.'
ELEGANT COUNTRY RESIDENCE AT NEW.
"- TOWN,'L.I.
A'MEg BLEECKER- & CO. will sell at auction, on.
Wednesday, 5.h of.June, at 12 o'clock, at their Sales
Ro-ms, No. .80 Broad street, corner of-Ei change Place,
That certain Farm or tiaxt of Land, situated in the
township of. Newtown, on the new turnpike r6ad leading
to Flushing, and about five miles from the village of Wil.
'iamiabuit'gh, bounded south easterly by the said tutripike
road, south westerly and north westerly by the road
leading torJackEon's Mill, and easterly and north easterly
by lands of 'George Williams and Nicholas N.-Wyckoff,
:Esqrs., containing about 140- acres of'land. ThiA is a
very desirable location for a gentleman's residence, or for
a farmer.. .The lanild is good, and the situation pleasant.
On the farm there'ia a mansion House ,of a very c.,m.
manding appearance, the interior of which is not entirely
finished, and the other outbuildintas which are of no great
value A'further description is deemed unnecessary, as
'jtisis 'presumed that no person would purchase this farm
without first viewin g it. The crops of rain now in the
Ground. are to be paid for by the purchaser at a valuation
Terms-Twenty percent of the purchase money to be
paid on ihe day of sale, and thirty per cent. on the 15th
day of June,. when the deed and possession will be deliv,
eted. The balance, being one. half of the purchase
money, may remain oil bond and mortgage for one year,
with interest at the rate of seven per cent. per annum.
For further particulars, inquire of -
myl6 [No 131 JAMES S. HUG.GINSS Wsll st.


RT STREET-Notice is hereby given to all per
sons interested, that the Commissioners duly ap.
pointed to perform certain duties relative to widening and
improving Art street, in the 15th and 17th wards of the cit,
of New York, have completely their report of estimate and
assessment, as well of the loss and damage sustained by
the owners of, and parties interested in, the lands and
premises requited for the said widening and improving,
as of the.benefit and advantage to the owners of, and
parties interested, in the lands and premises not re.
quired for the said widening and improving ; and
that the said commissioners have deposited a true
copy or tran-cript of the said report of estimate and
assessment in the premises in the clerk's office of
the City of New York foi the inspection or whomso-
ever it may concern, 'and that objections thereto (if any)
must, according to law, be made -in. writing to the
said commissioners, or either of them; within ten
days after -the first publication of this notice. A-nd'
notice is hereby further given, that the said report
of estimate and assessment will be presented to the
Supreme Court of Judicature of the People of the
State of New York, at the Capitol in the City of Al-
bany on the fourth day of June next, at the opening of the
Court on that day, or as soon thereafter as counsel can he
heard thereon.-Dated New York, the 17th day of May,
1000Q


SSAMUEL GILFORD, Jr. 126 William street,
JOHN L. IRELAND, 316 Fourth street,
JOHN W. MULLIGAN, 143 Fulton street,
myl tje3 Commissioners.
N CHANCERY.-Before the Vice Chancellor, Ist Cir.
cuit.--John Browning vs. Abraham D. Romaine and
others. J. W. Moulton, Soicltor.-In pursuance of a
decree entered in the above entitled cause, will be sold,
under the direction of the undersigned, one of the Mas.
ters of this Court, on the twenty.eighth day of May, inst.,
at 12 o'clock, M., of that day, at the salesroom of Messrs.
Edward H. Ludlow & Co.,.No. 11 Broan street, in the
city of New York-All :those two certain lots, pieces and
parcels of land, ituate, Jyin'g, and being in the Ninth
Ward of the city of New York, and which, when taken
together, extend front Bank to Trony street, between
Fourth (formerly Asylum) street and Factory street ; be-
ginning at a point on the northerly side of Bank street,
distant seventy-five feet from the northeasterly corner of
Bank and Fourth (formerly Asylum) streets, aforesaid ;
thence running north, and parallel to Fourth .(formerly
Asylum) street, aloresaid, to the southerly side of Tioy
street,'aforesaid; thence east, along the said southerly
side of Troy street, twenty.five feet, one'inch ; tt ence
south, and parallel to Fourth (formerly Asylum) street,
aforesaid, to the northerly side of Bank street, aforesaid ;
and thence west, along the said northerly side of Bank
street, twenty five feet to the place of beginning-be the
said several dimensions move or lese ;-which said two
several lots of land are laid down on a certain map desig-
nated as" Map of property belonging to the Orpha,, Asy...
lum Society, in the Ninth Ward of the city of New York,
now filed in the office of Register of thie city and county
of New York, and therein designated by the numbers 13
(thirteen) and 20 (twenty).
Dated New York, May 6th, 1839.
FREDERIC DE PEYSTEB,
my7 2aw3w Master in Chancery.
N CHANCERY.-Before the Vice Clianceii: '-The
North River Insurance Company vs. DayIl Ltogerse,
&c.-State of New York, ss.--In pursuance o't' an order
of the Court of Chancery, will be sold at public auction,un.
der the direction of the subscriber, one of the masters of
the said Court, at the sales room of James M. Miller


k NEW YORK, ALBANY, AND
A, TROY STEAMBOAT LINB-1For
0;^*.N a ALBANY-From the foot of Bar-
" I F clay street.
The'CHAMPL.AIN, Tueday morning, at 7 oCloek.
The ERIE,.Wednesday morning, at 7 o'clock. |
From the foot of Courtlandt street.
.he SWALLOW, this afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
The DE WITT CLINTON, Wednesday afternoon
at 5 o'clock.
NOTICE.-All 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 risk ol the
o ners of such coods, freight, baggage, &c. mySO.
NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS



To mail from New York on the 25th, and Liverpool on
the 13th of each moLth.
FROM NEW YORK.
SShip SHERIDAN; Capt. Aug. F. Depeyster, 25th May.
Ship GARRICK, Capt. A S. Pahmer, 25th June.
New shipROSCIUS, Vapt Johi, Collins, 25th July.
Ship SIDDONS, Capt. N. B. Palmer, 25thAugust.
Ss FROM LIVERPOOL.
New ship ROSCIUS, l3th May.
Ship SIDDONS, 13th June
Ship SHERIDAN, 13th July.
Ship GARRICK, S13thAugust.
These ships are all. of the first class, upwards of
li'0O tons,built iinthe city ofPTew York, with such improve-
ments as combine great speed with unusual comfort for
passengers. Every care haabeen taken in the arrange-
ment of' their accommodations. The price of passage
hence is $140, for which ample stores, including %ine,
&c., will be provided. These ships will be commanded
by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to
give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners
of these ships will be accountable for any letters, parcels
or packages sent by them, unless regular. bills of lading
are signed therefore. For freight or passage, apply. to.
E. K. COLLINS & CO. South st. New York, or to
WM. &JAS. BROWN & GO., Liverpool. .
Letters by the packets -will be charged 12j cents per sin-
gle sheet, 50 cents per ounce, and'newspapers I1 cent each.
my20O
4.4 FOR HAVRE-Packetot the 24th of May.--
IMttT.he packet ship *8ILVIE DE GRASSE, L
-l -Weiderhodt, master, will sail on her regular day,
as above.- .
For freight or passage, apply to the captain obboard,
foot Rertor street, or to .
SC. BOLTQN, FOX & LIVINGSTON,
my8 22 Broad street.
-.LONDON LINE OFPACKET:S -To sailthe
Ml~m 10tli'June -The* packet ship WELLINGTON,
as SD. Chadwick, master, will sail as above, her
regular day. For freight or passage, apply to the captain
on board the ship, ut foot of Maiden -lane, or to
myl.4 GRINNELL, MINTURN & C.Q .134 Front st.
St f., FOR LiVERPOOL--:[New.Line.I--Pa.cket. of
r 25th May.-.'The packet ship SHERIDAN, C'.pt.
|,M -Depeyster 930 tons burthen, will sail as above.
For ireight orpassage, ht vitig acco'mmodatioha unequal.'
led for splendr and comfort, apply on board a; Orleans
wharf, foot of Wall I street; or to'
X E.K. COLLINS '& CO.-56'South st
The packet ship GARRICK, A. S. Palmecr, will succeed
the Sheridan, and sail on the 25Lh'Juie.
Letters by the packets will be charged 121 cents per sin,
gie sheet, "and 50 cents per ounce. Newspapers I cent
each. ap2
bda OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS-Phcket
W of e1st June-The COLUMBUS, Capttin T B
.aU Cropper, will sail as above, her regular day.
Fo frelght.or passage, asply to the Captain, on board,
at the foot of Beekman street, or to.
GOODHUE & CO. or 64 Southstreet.
S C.H. MARSHALL, s.
The SOUrH AMERICA will succeed the Columbus,
and sail on the'19th June.
The rate of cabin passage by the Old Li e will hereafter
be $140, including wines, &c.. and.$120 without my2o
". 'OR LIVERPOC '--Packet of the 7th June.-
WJThe packet ship 6EORGE WASHING'TON,
;rjfCaptain H.-Holdridge, will sail as above her re-
gularday. .
For freight or passage, apply on board foot of Maiden
lane, or to '
my7 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front at.
ALE FOR LIVERPOOL-Packet of l3th June.-
| The shjip UNITED STATES, N. H-. Holdridge,
master, will sail as above, her regular day. For
freight or passage, apply on board,-at foot of Maiden lane,
orto ROBERT KERMIT. 74South.st. myl3
'.,EE FOR HAMBURG-The fine coppered andl
copper fastened ship OSCAR, Captain Loreity,
of about 500 tons burthen, 2 years old, having a
large part of her cargo engaged, will have immedalee de-
spatch.. For freight or passage,-apply to
apl8 .GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.
SFOR VALPARAISO OR LIM&.-Freight can
Sbe taken by a first rate vessel,-for either of the
s above ports, if applied for soon,.to
mylO GRIN NELL, MINTURN & CO.


r FOR NEW ORLEANS-LLouisiana and New
E- York Line]-1 he sOperior fast sailing packet ship
EllMISS-ISSIPPI, Beebe. master. .
or ireight or passage, having elegant furnished ac.
commodaiions, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of
Wall street, or .to :
myl3 --- E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South street.
-FOKt SALE--The whaling.ship ILLINOIS
*!lRwith or without-her whal ng apparatus, burthen
,- 425 tons, built in this city for a New Orleans
packet Also, the whaling snip PORTLAND, burthen
3 L5 tons, w thor without her whaling apparatus. Both of
these-shpa iAre well adapted to the whaling or freighting
business. For further particulars, apply on board, at
Judl's wharf, or to GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
ap24 -134 Front street. -
F- FOR. .SALE-'L he tat sailing, colppeed and
jK subs:aiitial.hrig EMMA. 245 tons burthen, as she
w.di now lies at the foot of Pipe'street. Apply to
h21 GRINNELL, MINT.URN 1 CO. 134 Front st.
k.k FOR SaLE-The shidp ILLINOIs, burthen
jf 425s tons, built in this city for a New Orleans puck.
= et, coppered, copper fastened. an.t sheathed, witi
a'Fehwhaling apparatus, consisting of coT-rper boilers,
empty casks, boats, &c. For further particulars, apply
on board at Judd's wharf, or to
ap9 GRINNELL,'MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.
j RS. MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician 0
I New York, having just received a large quantity
of lerba, roots,' and essential oils from Europe, no1 to be
obtained in this country, will be ab e to cure those dis-
eases which have baffled the skill of the most eminent phy-
sicians. 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.
ralyzed limbs, decline, consumption, humors, scrofula,
salt rheum, king's evil, canker ringworms, catarrh, scald
head, dyspepsia, debility, spinal affections, nervous symp-
toms, white swelling, asthma, jaunders, worms, liver
complaint, hemorrhoid, and female weaknesses, its or
falling sickness, and other diseases No mercury or
mineral ofar y kind used. Any females laboring under'
various weaknesses may consult Mrs. Molt with perfect
confidence, and tIhe greatest secrecy will be observed.-
Hours for seeing patients from 9 A. M. until 6 P. M., at
her residence, 119 Spring street, west side of Broadway.
-All letterss from the country (post :paid) promptly attended
to. Medicines forwarded to all parts of the United.States.
ap24 eod istf
.T O MuoTH ERS-Whose children are troubled with
Weakness of the urinary passages, can be cured lyj.
by Mts MO I T, who has tong madethe disease a panrticu.
lar branch of her stuJy. .- at,22 iseodtf
a tROUSY! DROPSY !-Persons laboring under this
9 distressing disease can be positively cured by Mrs
MOT F, the celebrated Female Physictan, without being
taped. ap2 2 iseodti
TfILC DOLOREUX-Positively cured w1tkout the use
L of the lancet, however longstanding, by Mis MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement.
ap22 iseodtf
3ITS FITS FITS !-t'ereons laboring under this
diatiessing malady can be positiv(iy, cured by Mrs
MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician.
ali22 iseodtf


A S'I'HMA AND PHTHISI.--Persons troubled with
.' these diqtressina diseases can meet with almost in.
stant relief and speedy cure by applying to Mrs MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement.
ap22 eodietf
SCALD HEAD.-This prevalent disease is speedy
eradicated by Mrs MOT F, Female Fhysician.
ap22 iseodtf
"t FOSGA'I'E'S ANODYNE LORDIAL-A sate
9s and effectual remedy for the summer complaints,
viz : iarrhoema. and Cholera Morbus ; also Flatulent and
Spasmnodic Cholics; having been tested throughout the
State of r\ew York and elsewhere, during the last twelve
years, with complete success.
This is undonuntedly the best Medicine now in use for the
above named diseases, and most ol the Coughs, Lung
complaints ard Bowel affections incident to our country.
The summer and autumnal Diarrhoeas (commonly known
by the term Dysenteries) that yearly make such dreadful
havoc among children sweeping thousands so their graves
in spite ot'all remedies usually prescribed, have never yet
been known to resist Its efficacy. When administered in
that most distressing di ease, the Cholera Morbus, it nev-
er fails to produce the mnoet happy effects, if the doses be
increased in quantity and frequency according to he vio-
lence of the symptoms which ought and can always be
done with pe fectsafety-and if any failure should occur,
it must be owing to a criminal negligence. It speedily re.
lieves Vomitings, Ginpings, Flatulent and Spasmodic
.hol:cs. Its anodyne properties render it peculiarly ap-
plicable in Cramps likewise restlessness and weariness


J. -P. Wwl.OulT4 -.
BOOK iJd D JOBI PRIJTE'T R,
(Office of the "'New-York American,")
No. 18 NEW STRlEET, N.Y.
AllOrders executed with neatness and ptinctualityand
on moderate terms. -
Chancery Bills and other Law work carefully printed
CLARKE & COMPANY,
FANCY DRY GOODS,
No 337 Broad ay, Ndew York.
April 29 tf
S. & L. HOLMES,
No. 44 Maiden Lane, -
Dealers in Linens, Sheetings, Damasks, Towellings, &c.,
Blankets, Quilts, Flannels, &c.
With a large assortment of Dry Goods.
ROCKLAND tAKE iCE.
A. BARMORE & CO. 522 Greenwich street.
Has on hand a large supply of this superior article, and
wiAl supply
SHIPS, STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PRIVATE
S FAMILIES,
in any quantities, and at the shortest notice.
N. B.-AII orders for the above Ice, wll be received at
T DOWNING'S, 5 Broad street, where the article can be
seen. my66m
-10O CONTRACTORS FOR EXCAVATION AND
"I) MASONRY.
'PROPOSALS will be received on the 13th and 14th
proximo, at the office of the .Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad Company in Philadelphia, for the Roadway For-
mation and Masonry of about six miles and a half of the
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, between- the Falls of
Schuylkill.and the termination-of the road on the D&la.
ware river. On this portion of the Railroad is' comprised
a Tunnel under the Mrrristown Railroad, and a very
heavy, lot of walling and embankment at the Company's
landings on the Delaware. Plans and specifications of
tMe BorK to be let, will be in readiness for exhibition on
and after the 10th proximno, at.the Rising Sun Tavern;'in
the Germntown Road, and all.further information In re-
lation to the work which may be desiredwill be given on
application at the same place,-ito CHARLES T. STEW.
ART, Assistant Engineer
MONCURE ROBINSON, C. E.
Philadelphia, May 18th, 1839. .
N. B--Contractors not.personally known to the Engi.
neers, will be expected to hand'i with their proposals,
certificates as .to character and competency.
mylS til.el4th
J OHN. LOKIMER GRAHAM, Counsellor at Law,
'has removed his offices to No. 49 Wall-st. myl62w
G"RAHAM', NOYES & MARTIN, Counsellors' and
Y Attorneys at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery have
ren"ved their offices to the building of the North American
Trust and Babiking Company,. (late United States-Bank,)
No. 49 Wail street. my16 2w
I RAHAM, WOOD & POWERS, Counsellors and
b in Attorneys at Law, have removed their offices to the
building ol the North American Trust and Banking Com-
pany. /late United States Bank,) No. 49 Wall street.
my162w
f OOMS-furnished oir unui nished., can be obtained at
S119 Cedar street, west of Broadway-with breakfast
and tea, ifdesired. Terms moderate. Apply as above.
Fr'O CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from $3 to 45000 on
k Bond and Mortgage on property worth-double the
amount in the heart of one of the largest neighboring
cities. Address box .-4 upper post office. uthl'8 istf
W -ANTED IM? kDIAT3SLY-A Clerk in a Book.
tote-A you. ., man tMat is thoroughly acquainted
with the city retail bo.k business, and can bring a good
recoimnendatiot, 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, anda salary of from $500 to $550 per
annum. bv addressing-" ooka and Stationary," turoueh
.the Park Post Office., witl al name and-reference.
ap23 tf .
S>OACH HOUSE-S ik,-'R SALE.-A very superior
I pair of bays, 16 hands high, ot lofty carriage, 'good
travellers, and perfectly kifid .and. gentle in double or
sinele.harness; the owner having no further use for them
is he only reason why he (ffera to part'wihth 'f. Price
$6d0. Apply at No 23 Rutgers Place. yl4 6l*
P ARISE MILLINERY,-MISS MULLIN, 23 Mur.
P ray street, will open on Friday, May 17th, 2 cases
latest stylb Paris Millinery.:- myl6 3t*
A LEXANDER ROUX; Upholter, from 'Parls,N
S478 Broaday.,- would respectfully inform the ladies
and gentlemen of New York, that he intends carrying os
the above businea isin all ita'various branches, and, hopes
by unremited attention, to merit a share of public patron.
age. u
eA, ROUX has on hand, and is constantly manufac-
turing, every kind of Chairs, Sofas, and Couchies of the
newest patterns, and most Aipproved style. He would es.
specially call attention to his iron Chairs and Bedsteads,
being an entire new article, never introduced in this coun-
try before,' compi rising comfort with durability, which can.
not be surpassed. ap2 2 1imi
l % IiNO Fa'Rty ES-fNOh ICE-The New York Piano
i. Forte Manufacturing Company resotctfully inform
theiuolic, that they have,In conjunction with Messrs.
DAVIS & HORN, tatren the spacious house No. 367
Broadway, which is now being fitted up as a store for the
sale of their Piano Fortes.
They take this opportunity of returning thanks for the
liberal support. they have received, and beg to state that
they have now on hand and are constantly fiflishin g a
large variety of rhejr French and English Grand Action
Piano Fortes, of 6 and 61 octaves, both in mahogany and
rosewood, manufactured from the best seasoned materials
and of superior workmanship. They are warranted to
stand in any climate-have two pedals, long bars and
sounding boards, metallic plates, hollow and double
barred and braced bottoms. Th& public are respectfully
invited to call and examine them as DAVIS &u HORN'S,
417 Broadway. oran their, -iun feonrjun dtavenue, corner
of ath street, until thepr ni w store, ha be complete -
Prices from $250 to $650, according to exterior.
myl86Gtis
in OTiCE-DAVIS &sHON respectfully inform sthe
wi public that they have taken the spacious husicale No.
367 Broadwiay, and will, in conjunction w'th the New
-Yofork P iao orte Manufacttring Company, open the
same as early as practicable, with a large assortment o'
the above makers celebrated instruments. They r musical
publications, coenissing of choice and classical composer.
(ions, will be lauoed as-rapidly as possible, and their store
wilH be well stocked with every variety of P uaieal merh
chandize. Their present establIshment, No6 411 Broad
way, will inti.e meantime be supplied with the above Pi-
anitfortes. where (as well as at-the manufactory on the 3d
avenue, corner of Thirteenth street) they respectfully in.
vito the public to inspect therm. myl66tis
N TOW READY- McCTTLLOCH'S COMMERCIAL
i.lDICTIONARY.-Part I. Edited by Professor
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will carefully revise every article of the work with a view
so)correct any errors of fiat which may have unavoidably
credit intoothe English copy. Additions of moment will be
made to the articles, Banks, Canals, Coal, Cotton, Iron,
Woollen Mlanufacture, Railrt ads. Silk, &c.


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A DICTIONARY, Practical, Theoretical, and Histo-
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Illustrated with Maps and Plans. With a New and En-
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tained in the work to December, 1-38 ; by J R McCulloch,
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counts as to the Trade, N :-vigation, and Consumption of
this and oher countries, nave been brought down to the
late.-t period. In some instances, too, the form of the
returns has been changed, arid new ones drawn up on a
more comprehensive plan, and embracing various addi.
tional particulars, have been substituted for those previ.
ously embodied in the work. 'In illustration of'this the
reader is referred to the Tables now given under the ar.
ticle Imports and Exports ; they will, it is believed, be
found to contain, within a brief space, the completes view
hitherto laid before the public of the recent trade of the
British Empire. A few new.articles have'also been-iisert.
ed, among which mAy be specified those on Bombay,
Malta,' &c.
The present supplement has been greatly enlarged, and,
it is hoped, materially improved. It contains as much
matter as would fill, if pi hinted with types of a medium s'ae,
a large cctavo volume, and enmbracesago(d deal of im-
portant information not elsewhere to be met with. We
can assure the reader that neither labor nor expense has
been spared to render it instructive and trustworthy. It
embodies the substance of the former Supplements, and
has, among others, articles on the following subjects, viz :
Au mian Tariff, and New Commercial Treaty with
Austria.
Joint Stock Banks and Banking, embracing a complete
list o'f and full details as to these establishments.
New Customs Act for Bebgal.
Coinage of America and India.
Navigation of the Danube.
q1-. A ... h. P --.... ._ -_ ..- _T =_ IV,


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TRUSTEES
Zebedee'Cook, Juror Moes Taylor'
Gulian 0 Verplanck c/lmrli Robert B Mintuin William H!pAsplnwail'i
Pelatiah Pent :Calpb bartlett
George T Elliatt John Harper
Rufus L Lord '- John L Stephens
Henry Brevoort. Junr Mortimer Livingston
Sidnr.ey Brooks Nathaniel Weed .
Robert Schuyler Archibe'd Gracle -
Alfred Pell .E A S braves
Henry W Hicks John Duer
Samuel'F Dorr Joseph Blunt.
"ZEBED"'E COOK, Jr., President.
ALFRED 'ELL, Vice President
JOS B.'CQLLINS, S< etary. fe26 istf
*^AST RIVER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
U OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, No. 44 Wil.
liam street, one door south of Wall.
At an annual Election, holden at the office of the Conmi.
pany, on the 13th instant, the following gent'emen were
unanimously elected Directors'of this Institution, for the
year ensuing, viz:
James McBride, John Moorhead,
Abner Weyman,. Robert J.' illon, .
Johrn R. Peters, Thomas Nesmith,
John D. Lawrence, Thomas Sufferim,l
Joseph Kernochan, James Browen,
George Coggeshall,. John Brouwer,
John G. Hicks, R. H. Osgood,
SCampbell P. White, Robert Dyson.',
Henry W.Hills, ,William Mandeville,
Hamilton Murray, Jonn Johnston,
Joseph Kisasam.
And at a subsequent meeting ot paid Directors, WIL.
LIAM MANDEVILLE was unanimously'elected Pre.
sident of said Compan-lfor the year ensuing.
The Company still continues their business of Insuring
-upon Buildings, Goods, and Merchandiza from loss or
damage by Fire GOLD S. SILLIMAN, Secretary.
New York, May 16th, 1839. myl7 lM
bOSTON AND PROVIDENCE RAILROAD
1 CORPORATION.
HE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Cor.
poranon will be held at the office of the Treasurer thereof,
in Joy 's buildings, Boston, on Wednesday, JuneSth, 1839,"
at 12 o'clock, noon; for the election of Directors for the
year ensuing, and for the transaction of such other busi.
ness asmay be brought before them.
By order of the Directors,
EDW. PICKERING, Clerk.
Boston, May 15, 1839.
The Transfer Books-4n the New York Office will be clo-
sed on Saturday, June 1st, and re open on Thursday, June
6, 1839. W. C. WOOLSEY,
. myl6 tje5 Transfer Office;


Office o0 the TkUST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Fg -No. 50 Wall street.
HE Boaid of Directors of the Trust Fire Insurance
Company (lame Eighth Ward-Fire Insurance Company,)
have this day declared a dividend of three and a half per
cent. on the Capital Stock, payaole to the Stockholders on
and alter the 15th inst. -The Transfer Books will be closed
from the 10th to the 15th inst., inclusive.
"By order of the Board,
my7 2w JOHN NEILSON, Jr ,Secretary.
L P. DE LUZE & VOLZ, No.:34 Beaver street,
a offer for sale--'
WINES & LIQUORS-20 pires Holland Gin, Black
Hrse brand, a superior article, of' Messieurs Wm
Paule's f& Son, of Rotterdam
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine
400 baskets Campagne, Siihery Mouseeix
50 do do Oeil de Perdnrx
100 do do bt Peray
300 cases Chambertin
50 do Bordeaux Claret
20 do Kirshenwasser
50 do Mareschino
10 barrels white wine Vinegar
ALSO,
20 cases 1 inen Cambric and Linen Cambric Hdkfs
t6 bales Dutch Cainblets
.4 cases Mi-erinos
2 .'as Tafneta. Rihhona


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The Farm contains 100 acres of land,. with. aksuffi.
ciency of woodland, on which are erected a large
two story stone dwelling H yard, with other necessary conveniencies; also a well
finished frame tenant house and large frame barn, all in
good repair. 'ihe attention of'persons desiring such pro.
petty, is requested to the above ; and further particulars
-may be had by applying to JOHN GARDNER', Esq., in
the borough ot York, or the, subscribers, residing on the
premises. GEORGE SHAFFM ER,
my4 2awtjel0 J. B.- ROSS..


rgHE S1UBSURII1ER offers for sale, or inexchanige
.. or property in or near to the City of Baltimore the
following VALUABLE LANDS lying In Wasnington
County
Ai t. A TRACT containing THREE HUNDRED AND
FIFTY.NINE ACRES, more or- less, lying about five
miles above the town of Hancock This tract borders on
the Potomac; the Chesapeake and Ohio Can'l passes
through it, and is now completed and in use for some miles
above it. About one.fourth are cared, -the balance is
heavily timbered with oak. hickory, walnut, chesnut,
locust, &c., fully equal to any growing in Maryland. The
soil is a mixture of limestone and elate, and would be very
productive if reduced to tillage
2d, A TRACT adjoining the above, containing THREE
HUNDRED AND SIXTY.FIVE ACRES, more ar less,
and In all respects answering to the description given of
the first tract.
3d. A TRACT containing THREE HUNDRED
ACRES, more or less, about tour miles above the town ot
Hancock, and within a half mile ot the Chesapeake and
Ohio Canal; about forty acres of this tract is cleared, the
residue corresponds with the description given o' the oth.
er tracts.
S'I he contiguity of these lands to .the Chesapeake and
Ohio Canal, ani the immense quantity of timber of the
best kinds with which they are covered, mus; render them
very valuable and an object' of speculation. For any
further porticulats and for terms, apply to the subscriber
at his office in Court House Lane.
myll 2v GEO.' GORDON BELT.-
O N THN ANXr OF LONG ISLAND SOUND,
WEST CHESTER COUNTY.-FOR SALE.-A
place of 30 acres; beautifully situated near New York,
bounded 80 rods by the Bopson Post road, and extending the
same distance along the Sound, to which it gently slopes.
It is under a high state of cultivation, and is susceptible on
being divided into 3 or 5 sites for country residenc.s-pos-
sessing eveiy advantage for health and pleasure belong-
ing to the-many elegant country seats in the v;cinity--
Thliose wishing to purchase all, or a part, will obtain par.
Licular information of ihe4improvements upon it,by' p.
plying at the office of the.New York American, 74 Cedar
street, or at W; W. CHESTER'S, Broadway, corner
Dey street, New York City. mhl2 eodtf
C' LOTHINU A'T WHOLE4ALE.-F. I. CONANT &
SCU. 81 Cedar st., up stairs, near Broadway, have on
hand a large stock of tresh manufactured Clothing,
rormine a complete assortment of almost very style usu.


A LLZY, aTANTG S CO. have removed to So 61
A ineslteetjone d: or froya William. myS 2w
L]EMOVAL.-GILLESPIE 'I"1.DWARDS have re.
moved from 149 Pearl a reet t Wall strle two
doors below Water street, and next W to the Phoenix
Building. my7 15t
U]EMOVAL.-F. J. CONANT & CO. have removed
5 their Wholesale Clothing Warehouse to 81 Cedar
street, upstairs, between Broadway and Nassau rt. myl7
NT OTIC1.-The annual meeting of the memibanr
the Mutual Safety Insurance Company will be heod
on Friday. the 24th of May, instant, at the office of siir
Company, 41 Wall street, for the purpose of choosing six
Trustees, agreeably to the provisions of the sixth section
of the act incorporating said Company. The poll will
open at 2. and close at 3. By order,
n yl7tmy24 JOSEPH B. COLLINS, Sec'ry.
MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office, No. 56 Wall street.
I IVIDEND-A Dividend of Ten per cent is declared,
JV payable on the ist-June next. The Transfer Books
will be closed.on the 22d instant. Iv order,-
myl7 lm T. BULL, Jr. Secretary.
BANK OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK,
'I April 30, 1839.
T HE President and Directors have this day declared a
dividend of FOUR per cent. on the capital stock for the labt
six months, which will be paid to the stockholders on and
af er'the 10th May. The transfer books will be closed
from the 1st to 10th May inclusive.
By ordet of the board, ...
myl 1m R. WITHERS,'Cashier.
0 OICE-THE REAL ESTATE BANK IN.THE
/ CITY OF NEW YORK. 'having had the sum of
Five Millions, of Dollars subscribed, hereby give further
notice that the Books, for the further subscription of Five
Minlions of Dollars, to the capital atock of said institution
will be open at No. 65j Wall street, from 10 o'clock A.
M.; till 3 o'clock P. M. of each day, un'il such furtftr
subscription shall.be made, when the Books will be-closed
-unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Directors ;
the whole amount of the capital being Twenty Millions of
Dollars, divided into shares of twenty, five- dollars each.
FPayment of subscriptions for the capital stock, will be
received in cash, State stocks, or such o'her stocks as the
Comptroller may be- authorized to-. ceive in deposit for
bills under the General Banking Law, and tonds. secured
by mortgage on improved, unincumbered, real estate in
the United States. Copies of the Articles of Association,
appraisal papers, and further information may be obtained
upon application as above. A. C. DEMERITT,
ap7 tf President.
r|m "NOTICE.
T HE Ainnual Meeting of the Members of tjhe MUTU.
AL SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY will beheld on
Fr day, the 24th of May, itlstint, at the office of the Comn.
pany, No 44 Wall-stte't, for the purpose of choosing six
Trustees, agreeably to the provisions of the sixth section
of the act incorporating said Company.
The Poll will open at 12 and close at 2 o'clock.
By order, JOS. B. COLLINS,
in myl3 t2'th. Secretary.
NOTICE-An election for Governors oT the NEW
S YORK HOSPITAL, will take place at the-Hospi
tal, on Tuesday, the 21st instant, between the hours of 11
o'clock A M, and o'clock P M.
myl3 7t ROBERT' I. MURRAY, Sec'y.
f|'ONTINE COFFEE HOUSE,-The Committee have.
A this day declared a'divid.end of $52 on each share,-
forithe year ending 1st inst., payable to the respective own-
ers, or their legal representatives, at the office of their
Chairman, No. 11 Pine street. May 14, 1839.
FREDERIC DE PEYSTER, Chairman, &c.
myl4 1w
I UHE Stockholders of -the LEATHER -MANUFAC.
-1 TURERS' BANK are hereby.notifleil that the'An..
nual Election for Directors will be held st the 'Banking
Rooms on Monday,the third day of Juneensuing; to com:
mence at 12 o'clock and close at 2 o'clock.
E; PLATr, Jr, Cashier.
.'New York, May 16, 1839. .mylridel
CITY BANK.
SHE Stoekholderg are hereby notified that the an-
nual Election for Directors will be reld at the Bank on
Tuesday, the 4th day of vune next, between the hours of
eleven and one Wclock.
By order of'he Board, -
0 .A. WORTH, Cashier.
New York, May 13, 1839.- mylS tjeA
NEW YORK GUARDIAN INSURANCE COMPANY,
Office No. 67 Wall street.
A: 9th May, 1889.
A T an election held at the office of the Company, on
the 7th.inst., the following. gentlemen were re.elected
unanimously as Directors of the Company for -the ensu-
ing year : ..
Mssrs-Hoenry Rankin Robert Lenox
SGeorgeJ.ihnaton Robert Maitland
David S Kennedy. John Johnston
.Charles March William Colgate
Gardiner GHowland Robert Dyson
Henry Brevoort jr John Van'Nostrand
Francis Burritt.
VAta subsequent meeting, of the Dil-ectersof the Com-
pany, held on the'Sth Instant, HENRY RANKIN, Esq.
was unanimously re.elected Preident for the ensuing
y ear. .
This Company will i.sure" agaihstloss or damage by
Fire, Dwelling.'Houses, Warehouses,. ahd other Build-
ings, Merchandize, Ships In port and their cargoes,
Household Furniture, and every description of Personal
Property. ..:
All losses sustained by them will be adjusted with libe.
reality, and promptly settled.
l 'JOSEPH GREENLEAF,
myl04w.2wis Secretary.
'EIHE MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE COM.
.L PANY, 'No. 44 Wall street, make Marine and Fire
Insurance, at the same rates as the other Insurance Offices
of this city, and the entire- proflta are shared by the in.
sured.


C copper Lead, Iron, Iron Pipes, &c.-A 4antity of
sheet lead and old copper, a equal e copper boilr f 1000
gallons, 3 copper saug pans, I copper cooler, 3 ts har-
ness nearly now, l.0ouble mahogany desk', 2 ironahests,
one lar-ge andone small, 2 small iron -b'-ilers,.coppir and-
iron pipe, &c, a quantity of iron cast and wrought.
S TUESDAY,,
Mahogalay.hd Cedar.. At 8 o'clock at Duryee's wharf,
E R, 100 logs superior Mansanilla Mahogany, ca goof
brig Pearl, from' Mansanllla. Also, 43 logs cedar.
JOSIAH IiCH A KDS, Auctnateer.
BY BANGS, IIIC A-IDS & PjLATT,-
8 tore, 196 Broadway.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON,
At 4 o'clock, a valuable Private Librsry of Law Books,
embracing many standard works. Particulars hereafter.
THURSDAY & FRIDAY, May 28 & 24.
At 4.o'clock each day, at their sales room.-
A LARGE AND EXTRAORDINARY COLLECTION
OF UNCOMMON BOOKS, aelectod from TWO PRI.
VATE LIBRARIES, comprising Bibles, great works on
Divinity, Classics, Dictionaries, Languages and Miscel.
lanies ; including severalvery rare, curious and valuable
pieces of Divinity, well worthy the notice of publishers,
some of which have been eagerly sought and. bid 1oi by
the Religious' Tract Society of London; many similar
works on Pnilologyin the'Hebrew, (18 vole) Grees, Latin,
German, Italian, French English, and other Languages,
&c. collected in London during the last ten years by a Bi-
bliomaniac.
Among which are Valpy',Delrhin-Ciassics, an original
subscriber's set, bound in 161 vole ; Rees' Cyclopadia,
47 vole4 to Russia ; Britton's Architectuiat Antiquities,
Idem Christian do, fine set; Idem Cathedral Antiquities,
Pugin's Gothic Aichitecture, Lodge's Portraits of Illustri-
ous Persons, 4 v 4to proof; the same 12 vcls 8vo, Trus.
ler's Hogarth 4to morocco; Temples of Elora, the great
French Dictionrraries of the- Academy of Lavean and of
.Baicte,4 vols 4t, ; Aiusworth's Latin Dictionary, by El.
lies, Barnettil's Italian and English Dictionary, 2v. Web.
ster's English Dictionary, Russ a '2v 41to; Lavana Dic.
tlionalre des difficultes de lalaangueFrancaise 2v; Idem
de Synoncmique 2v, all last editions ; Weston on the
Chinese language, rare,; all Bishon Burgess' Hebrew
works; Robertson's two Uates to the. Holy tongue,
rare a fine -ase-ofjhe translations of the Classic- Pis-
torlans; Chrysostomi Opera, 5v folio, 1536; a fine set
-Holy Bible, with Commentaries and Notes from Hen-
ry & Scott and 10& others 3 vole calf extra; Ibidem with do
and Family Expositor Criticisms, &c-calf extra; Ibidem
the Oxtord, royal 8vo richly bound in morocco case; Ibi.
dem, the Latin, German, Italian .and French portions of
Bagster'a Polyglot in 4v morocco extra; Biblia Hebraica
ad Luesden 1701 (edi osetima'; Henry's Exposition 3v
Robert'e Clavis Biblor-um 2v very rare; Rbbertson's key
to the Hebrew Bible; Scientia Bfbllca 3v, very rare. The


SCHOOL.
iA YOUNG LADIES' SCHOOL. -
CABiD.-MRS. EDWARDS. (formerly Mio, .
Oram) informs he, friends and the public "generally, teat
she has opened a Boarding and Day School, at No.l Al-
bany street, corner of Green wich street, and Is Bow ready
to receive pupils.
The course of instruction will Include all the branches
of the French and English languages necessary for a fe.
male education,'and for which, the best masters will be
engaged. .
Refeiences-Mrs. J. Waddineton, Mrs. Dr. Van Renv.v'
selaer..,Rev. Dr. Milnor, Rev. Dr. Wainwright, Rev. Dr.
W hittingham.
Teims made known on application to the school.
mylS 2mR is los.
M RS. STARR has opened her BOARDING
.SMOSOL at 170 Bleecker Street, corner of Vartick
Place-a -few day pupils will.be received. myl7 1w
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR -YOUNG
LADIES.
No. 410 Houstonst., near Proadway..
V R. & MBS. BAILEY would inform their friends
and thepublic, that their Summer Termi will commence
the 8th day of May next.: Great attention isdevoted ia the
Institution, to Elocution, Grammnar, Arithmetic and Ma..
thematics, History, Writing, Comiposition and Music. The
whole school attend daily to the French Language, under
the instruction of a Parisian Lady,' whaoresides in the fa-
mily. The numberof scholars is limited to fifty. One
competent Teacher to every eight or ten pupils.
ap29 6wis ". .
'. A CARD.
U3OARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
LADIES, at JAMAICA, Long Island, within a few mi.
.nutes. walk of -tho Railroad Depot, pleasantly situated on
the Rockaway Turnpike.
MRS. MACRAE begs to acquaint parents and
guardians, that she will open a select school of the above
description on the 15th May next. Pupils will be admit.
ted at any period after the above date quarterly.
REFERENCES:
Mad. Depau, J G Coster,'Esq,-
Mrs.Miles Smith, S. M. Fox,-Eeq.
Rev Dr Milnot, John Beeckran, Esq:-
Rev Dr Wainwright, Waehincton 4;oster, Esq.
Rev Dr Skinner, Mortimer Livingston, ,Esf,
)r Neilson, Edw. Thebaud, EaqQ
).W Francis,'la D, A B Cox,-Esq.-
Fredk. A Tracey, Esq. Henry Beeckman, Esq,4
New York. April 30, 1819. myl 1mn
"M ISS A. M. KITTERI OG-tK respectfully informs
her friends and the pub h. that she intends remove.
ing her Schoolto No. 749 Broadway,.on the firit Monday
in May. She will then- be ready to receive pupils of both'
sexes from 5 to 12 yers" of: age, having, engaged a lady
firo New England, who will superintend the boys in a
separate apartment. Terms fro5 6 to $15. References-
Rev. Dr. Milnoi. Rev. Mr. Dewey. apSw
B)OAADIN9 AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
,' LADIES, 113 Bleecker street.
MRS. A. P CURTIS respectfully informs her friends,
that theSummerTerm in her School, commences on the
10th-inst. my4 2aw4w

FOR SALE IN NEWPORT,: RHODE ISLAND.
S. The subscriber nitending to go abroad, offers
S for sale, his residence near the Beach, with the
I-i grounds around the Mansion House and out offi-
4i ces, in all from 4 to 6 acres, and more if required.
I he'grounds are. highly improved with shrubberies, and
the lawns is scattered with trees of a proper growth to
render the whole. beautifully ornamental.
The house has rpoms sufficient to accommodate a large
family. This place has no superior, if an equal in New.
port lor locality, and 'the good taste displayed- in. laying
out the griundg.the whole having beenundertheexclusive
di-rection of a first rate English gardener. *or patti.
culars apply to J. M. Bixby, Esq, Attorney at Law.
New Yo:k, or to the prp "or.
m'y2istf -. ROBERT.JOHNSTON.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE, -No556 Broad-
way-The highly finished -modern-three story
a JS 1 brick H'ouse and Lpt, 28 feet front and rear, by.
,.1 20( feet deep, with two story brick stable on tbe
rear (on CroQsby street.) The house was 6uilt by days'
work,.of the best materials, and is replete with ell the re-
cent iLnprovements, and conveni6nces. A- large amount
ot' thb purchase money- may remain on bobd and mon.
gage for. a term of years. For further particulars, &c;
ppply to Mr N. JARVIS, No 53 Mulberry street, or at
the sales room of the subscribers. '
WILKINS, ROLLINS & CO.-Auctloneers,
my8 dtf 17 Btoad at.
S TO LET-A two story frame house in Jersey
AM street, near the corner of Broad street, and oppo-
I|-I| slt the Second Presbyterian Church, in Eliza.
bethtown. The house hhs nine rooms, a kitchen,'
and garden attached ; and is situated in the immediate vi-
cinity of the depot of the New Jersey Railroad Company,
and ofthe Railroad to Elizabethport. .and within a few
rods of the-Posi Office, Bank, &c. Was lately occupied-
by Captain Williamson, U. S. Navy. Reference may :be
had to the.editor or thee American, or to'F. B. Clietwood,
.Esq. at Elizabethtown, and to Col. Clarke, U. S. A 158
Greenwich street. mylo 2w*
M_ TO LET-The upper part of an e'eganz (wo
story dwelling house, a short distance above Ca-
I nal street, to a small family. One without child.
ren would be preferred- -For further particulars
apply, with unexceptIonable references, to '
mylltf L.. SHERMAN, 142 Fulton st.
S" AT PRIVATE SALE.
A. COUNTY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
|!1 6 'The subscribers offer for sale, for-cash,
Jl-in.r in exchange for productive City Property, a
Farm, containing 110 acre,- with a splendid Mansion and
out houses, embracing stables; barn, Ice house, &c, and
every other convenience suitable to the wants of a retiw1ng
gentleman. Fur a particular description and. a. correct
hthog :aphic view and draltofthe premises, please call at
the office. .
A productive Orchard of choice Fruit. detached from the
5 (ocrew-, lfthe pnuhaser snouT e t. _
w" JAMES BLEECKIR & CO.
miyl !wis 30 Broad at., cor. Ext.ange plaee.
. )ALUABL3 WATER, POWUR, -PAPE'R
M MILL, AND. FARM, AT .PUBLIC-SALE.-
tt|li..The suosuribers will offer at public sale on the
B- premises, on Monday, the 40th'June next; that
Saluable Farm, Paper Mill, and Saw Mill, situated on
Muddy Creek.,Lower Chareford Township; York County.
Pennsylvania. The Paper Miil is in first rate order and
aucoeaful operation, running an Engine and Sellera's
Patent Machine, and has room for another engirte and
'steam-Dryers, or any other ad('itioas for' carrying on an
extensive business; tho Mill being 30 by 70 feet, and three
stories high. There is a sufficiency on water power for a.
Grist Mill and Rolling Milfor which it is an ai vanlageo0e
situation, being a quarter of a mile from Castle Fire Forge,
and within one and a half miles from the Susquehanna
and Tide Water Canal, which will be completed in the-
ensuing fall. The frame oF a .Grist Mill and husk
timber, &c. kc. will be sold with the property. These is
also an extra Water Power below the Paper Mill.


G" OGRG B.. OLLINS, Auctloneer.
UYWILKI1Is, tOLJLt1VS, A cCO.
Sales4toomNo. 17 Broad street)
I W. B. & Co. have made arrafigements In addition
to their sales of Real Estate, at public and private sale, to
attend to sales of HOUSEHOLD FUtTRNI'T URE, cargoes
of Mahogany, Groceries, &c. &e.anddto tansact a general
Auction and CommislInn business.
SW.R. & Co., have opei.ed a RBGISTER for the dispo.
sitin of propenrty at PRIVATE ,SALE.
-' WEDNESDAY, May 22.
-Chercery Sale-At" 1-2 o'clock at the sajts room, No 17
Broad si, under the-dire& ionof F.Depeyster, krq, master
in chancery, the 3 story brick house and lot 144 Fulton st,
a few doors cast -of Broadway. F..rpaniculars, see spe-
cial advertisement, signed Frederick Deieyster, master in
chancery.
WEDNESDAY, May 29. .
Chancery'Sale-At 12 o'clock at their sales room, 17
Broad street, under the direction of Daniel Ullman, sq.,
Master in-Charcery, all that certain lot, piece, or parcel of
ground, with the building thereon erected, situtiate, lying
and being-in the present 15th Ward of the City of NeW
York, known as No. Bond street.
Also-All that certain lot, piece or parcel ofground with
the building thereon erected, situate, lying, ard being in
the present.15th Ward.of the City of New.York, known as
No. Beronia steest.
Also-All tbat'ceitain lot, piece, or parcel of ground with.
the building thereon erected, situate, lying and being in
the. pressnt-15th Ward of the City ofNew York, known
as No. Bnd street. -
SATURDAY, June 1.
SAt 12 o'clock, attheir sslesroom, l7;Broad s eet.HI
Chancery Sa[e-Under the direction of Frederink De.
peysier, Eeq, 'Master' in Chancery-All that certain lease.
hold property, described as follow s-all that certain lot or
piece ofgrounrd;.part and parcel of the farm or piece of
land-in the 8th (late Seventh) ward of the. city of New
York, known as No a2 King st.
.Also, all that certain oher lot known on the said map of
the said farm',by rhe number 2"5. being in wid'h-on each
side 25-fe(t.andj),, ngth on each side 100 feet, with the
buildings and app.thenances; as more fully set forth io an
advertisement signed FDePeyster, Master in Chancery.
Chancery Sale--,nder the direction, of Fredericik De -
Peyster, Esiq, Mastevin chancery.
All that certain lot or piece of ground part and parcel of
the farm or piece oflantiLtin the Aih (late.Sevebnth) ward, of
the city of New York, and known alid distinguished in and'
by a map of said farm, lately made by Steptien Ludlum,
one ofithe sworn m'urveyorsof the clty .f yNsew York, by .
numbers three hundred and twenty six.. "
At 12 o'clock, a; the Hotel of HIenry.'Vn Cott, in thevil-
lage of Jamaca, i.I .
Chancery Sale--Under the direction of Stephen Cam-
breleng,Esq, master in clmancery--All thote certain lots-
ot ground-situate, lying, and being in this village of Jama.
Ica, In the county e Queenr .L., I.- known on a certain
map made by Charles Los, Cky Surveyor, the city of
New York, as No. 123 to 148,, Iocludve ..
For particulars, see adve tilsement signed Stephen Cam.
breieng, master in chancery. ". "
; L M.HOFCMIIAtcAucj '
''Br L. R.. UOF 4N A&Co.
"' +;Store corner of Wall and Frontstib.-,
L. ?VX. H1ffman k i0. wi llwgve tie r atentfon to Iu ,i
tare Sales' -, -- 1., -I
TOMORAOW,A
J .Atv 11,.clock i frI frei'nthe auction store.
SJavaRic--150 bags cloi clean Jva rice'
I PrincipeSegars-O,000ooPrincpe segars
Pot[ Win_-At 12 o'clock oq..pier ER, 800 qrcassks
Harris & ons celebiated'brastd of port wine, the entire
cargo-of the brig Pactohlua. direct from OIorto. This cargo
is represented by Mesr's Harris 1 Soup as equal to any of
their former shipments 'Reff-s at sale.
* ." -W" DNFsDAY, -
'At 11 o'Cc161k in ltotu-ol their Store,
Wool 20 bales Mogadore wool -'.
Wine-4 hhds and 13 butts sJperior'Pale Sherry, se.'
elected nla the London Docks, and has been nearly 3 years
In bondlnathis City. Also, '3 qr- casks superior and very
old Port Wine, dodd. ..
Wines.-A-t 2'loclock.in-front of E Groussevs store, 18
'Broad Atreet, for aecounat of whom it maty concern, 600 baa I.
kets champaign, 800 qrcasks Madeira, Muscat and Port;-
SO. casks ctaret; 60 o0 Sauterna. 410 cases Muscat and.
Claret,.100 cases Olives; 25 bales Nuts.
Steamboat Xchi--At 1 o'clek at the M E, to cJose a
concern, the steamboat Echo-, built" in 1838, 117 feet long,
16 feeteam; 7 feet oldi drawing 3 fett water, with con.
deRnaingorTizonta! engine, built by the Wedt -P'ornt Foun-
dry Asioclatl. ,n. TThis boat ha' run but one season on thea
fenry Letwetn Fort Lee and Netv Y.ork, carries a large
numtteritf pasemingers, and her speed is equal to thht Of
any of the small boats of. lhis. prt. FOr further partlcui-
lars, apply to Wm'emble; 9 Wlsbiington street, or Her-
bert Lawrence, 785 Water st. .
ODAY11V May 27.
sedtfla SkinA-At 12 o'etock, at Ai 0. 82 So.uth street,
10 bales 'uperior prime winter Neutria. Skin4a. hiefTy of
-hh.av weights and 'suitable for dressing, &c' "
gALD PELCA A4ctioneser. .
.... D B .C.* We PJiJL;
.' Store No. 87Wall sireaet
D C & W Pell will gives particular attention to sales cf
household furniture.
TOMORROW,
At 11 o'clock in front ofthe-auw4on store,
Champaigne-76 baskets Chhampayne ..
Teas-t00o 131b catty boxes Hywon Tea, 10 half chests
Young Hycon Tea .
-Walnuts 80 bale.fresh Liugrna Wainutsjust Icnded,
in fine order gr .* ,.
Safe-l Iron safe.
Tobacco-..,For account of. whom h may concern, 23 hbdi
merchantable tobacco
SNext, at 8 o'clock at the Mahogany yard of iMr J M J
Labatuti corner of Centre and Walker -streett-superior
Crotch Domingo Mahogany-132 superior logs St Dlomin.-
go mahogany, selected fot tha- Eurepe4n market, and
-pronounced a very superior, loi. -, .
Terms, 4 moe. 'over 1U0 dolls, approved endorsed notes.
Catalogues are now eedy. ..
-; w _i ua .
L *<_ (1f- H ctoloca I _fro or the store,
Laghoru, wats--aCle new Leghor Hs, some.
whchu reof v-ery superor n lctyotr-w5. ,soeo
unpeaters, 63 d awgper, ch praj' en une A.ncho
brand ,-a-rngad ot -the voyage et'importati~n
Bautern .60 case.superior 58ntterne wine .

Paper-4-1 reams aprble, roy~l, medium, cap, colored
paPer.; plain as'd, royal;.med/um-'ap. writing paper; s~tatt
cahoolsanpy; ruld writing, F'cok th medium, yellow and
blus e mbose; prmin paper, xof 0 inches mot. t ..ape r,
cut by macbinery, forconfec$lone'rs.;o0lb ema"n cop,
nor plate, andt drawing .paper, Gerat motese, lead pen
Pa'per- 416 reams cap Wrapplngpai~1r -
Mahogany--At 3 o'clock as 'Durye~s wharf, N R, 255
logs St nominge.mahogany, of large Ase and superior
quality. Tornas 4' motth over si00. a-kroved endorsed
note.. Catalogues, on the morning ersatZ-
Mahogany-Immpediately after on pier\... ,he mah.^
ganycargo (fthe'brig Eliza, consisting of ljonioin',a"
hogany, of superior quality." Terms, 4 m~tnthsover 100
dollars approved endorsed notes. -. .....
THURSDAY,
At i of 11 o'clock in frort of their auctioroom'
Madrass Inligo-7 chest Madras. indigo, .-4 months


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^OR .A...~^ ^ ';^-----y^ W^ ^NWYRK A.ND UtVBftP00O'PAC0'r6S.NO IE Orij ._

aThe proprietors of the severe Lines 0 nck e having lir s gains E .dwia or the Co a o

tweenNew Yorkand Liverpool, have arranged fortheir New York. deceased, to present the same with the vouchj
e' MISSISSIPPI Bebe master mail' Oh March. sailing 'rmni each port on the6let,7th,43ffih l.th-and tath eesthereofto the subs
e~-unce,2 >. ,'Lea -i'sties F nnea. 2 vol, 1111, SOr S I I B atrto lofMcnmonth ;the ships t0succeed eachotbse'luthe fol- ren streetorat the oice Of Burr S Benedict, No. 73 Nas- First Circult.
C ior~BBme, perit. a L, 1)val, #1,5; auseried i'Kn -L *S. r W t :4 <1 of at t iny Of New York, on cr before the John Greacen vs. uo 2 and Z h ,
ricilr^m i .^l,*8ycid;M^ .,.J t<*l ladons Vol ^. ''* It '. I 3,1. h. twentieth day of June next. W akeman, and a)
C..ti .do ... ttresMoral', 'vf St. N,, HLNTsv iLLk,Zldrrldge, Is 0Wm "S :iaic 0-M M M;a ;4?032S -4" X !p M Dated New York, the thirteenth day of December, 38, It appearing b ai
DUnonpet-r de st, ?, a. "ew" 6th Aril.7;C440X'_-UOM dl4 law6m ELIZA, BEACH. Administratrix. aB
Daoluaonpert- Tr alte do lA 5ff tdlrei2- .VO l, 42 9ew m p ,,,. ... 4 ;,1. 0 ,-M hat t- de end
Desnjyers-Aventures do Joan raul Gboppart, I volw np, .Ne 13,h 6 to. aloSaf
Oesci-Sye-- 99 With 49y0 --1 q ^ ^tS W S, .of'h.S tar,,-, butit



Mme. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o ship P-3e ESan vol70'Eoir: ;z^^^^^ 1^ "U its ff PRUAN T to an order maat Wy aker od SurrogateolbpulsdinheSaeaerndnte w rkA-
mineo, 2,. ti-Elisabeth, I Vol, 44 oS$; ,*4ansfield-9 Vol, Sh2t '. t Whe c ount y of nam Notice is here by gihnnt and that t said u b c i- e



Uaultier-LB~~~~~~~turre~9 Gr 25V .... HAKSPZA:RE, Cornell," 4th May. dW-4, ed van
n e de. Theabove ships are- apl of the first claam wopperedar Mne ochert t wn0or F tnsaid nthdereof-, t oex o c dr that be prnal er d u ihe said Zai n BI W. -
Miorael --Fua9be a, oloq, iv7 .^. la u;e)eiC, o1 dB efl copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and built in this 0 cll ,_t of Pr Ogi-vie same, 4iall streof New t ork an, ; le astde
M art No vel Vona x D on a .h 3 B, l, i ty e pM essly for the trade w ith eleg nt a ecom m od ationze t or beren ,.a a meh r "o st a t h e M oidnc in M b n be ,-ri an -




Tol,63 3tol 8s I c til v o., lm25 M oraltee A0tVol S I, E O ~ N f C ~ tt ft 2 ^>^D t d N w y ,M r h2 l ,1 3 .(o py )JHrA W O T ,C e k
., Drs, an. ;. addb alen, ; ... .--c Nor o rteser ved and e Frnidtdayt blev n d mh9 o ssin tati x counr (
,ect ,e o J,ito ti ,ri ,tob lr ,fll* e J1 ct ; .T el eh ar u e -$6 3 .( m as t ierS pt e e: o f p a ssag e from N e w Y o rk o N ew x .,,-,W sat o b f re t e 0t.a y o y n e t
Orleans'/"t is" Orlea fixed, at $80, anrom, ew Orlea.ns to w 0 S i In for ty day' s i
te'r Hist0re dsterrs. I 01, $1 S stSohc ouei d d dpr s o a s o a nork at $90, without liquors. T hey
boats and the :3 CONEL~vIUS WML N dmnstaor e.autitrofs
f,1; ,ista t ; *"Amortque- 76 ct : dMytholoie. towed upaandedow. the Mispisppi byatam, -W.t =a>c nfed byi hi m
7 c t s r r ,e a u x C h o i i s 1 T 0 1 1 0 C O ~.', s t r i t t e s t p nn c tu a hi t y o b s e r v e d I n t h e ir, t i m e oef ,ll t --s a i limn g.ve 1 ,7 1 IEo l i t 3 ei h e r hy gnr s o c p twnse ntt y sdi sa yse r -t he"
le $ ,0. ; ... _sponebl efor jewelry, buliiort4 prrSciWuset Tejouriver or i y t i
uaulti-ea'-- rctur is-Graotmtoi, -Vol, $2. ,platediarare, or forany- oot rs^par artr p ?ce ra a a anIi ve0t by Ci rcuit flvt alos without having fis obtate at'Sif
L a r esa i n -- F a b le s 1 e el 8A i c e n t s ; Aon t e s I V o l, J m 7 6 o r huo n b o a r d o f h e m A he s a id pu r po e r f r o m t h e aye n t h e rc A e
Alnl + r ..lataken fr'eIcity of' Nn 1he, rkndeceased,. topreeksdinAsuccess
a.fSer & c ^ go ;s si ooh-asuP ribr w will his fSwardedrie- s pifes.
Levi-a. sqluis66 AHtorqe oiVo.41ofrerOgli ebe4WalsreNwY kln mntlatt
Mar montc a -Conte'a Meaux- rtf yel $f,75,,a Belilu lro, mson.- f'eightOrE. pase"OLNa opptytob r teO. t Soi oet.f sa t.e ar
Toe1, 63 -ta; ee Inces, 4 eel,6t A25; Morale E.K. t tors.A c o 5 i s Rt e




"^"yaepa~a lrulf^e o^ n Aff tionrfthe; 1 w 7to 0lce Date Ne Yo~pe r kg Mfarch 26th, sa1s839 io. o (COPornuiben,[Y-)dcmn, rfneadipiomn
el s. hed e lr t I" 'a .... ,- rI0.No2 0g- .received after.Friday, eveni(S. ha t d a r F r i ou f t a'
T rem ade tdre ts) anre l o et d i -ca ll f 1i r .01,30 0 V ,Pt.9 W Y O R K A N D N E W AR Eo L t t e J< We n o loel So
rie,u l aount'Artnsto Iv bto e m "ai d. .. 1 tida terMayt h .the Steam- nd p o w w "o w*8f- yAE-4 rA




Mie. oa rt ndsau'tes'hf^8 A* Kaleqd! ott P ASSAIC will make' c satlyrbe | Te Sats Couwit of Chaner htel fofN er eyan threat t" New everdWd dy andTerson,1t nd1t a
rili~iinevwhlewe-niybTO~ew :* I he EtrX i ae daay afrom No Yr t oe Noewc- tv A Y or KC S ss S S S t ate b t h isa Ceidety of Neo rk, ohUnie States to wity 130- dor Sprt ous a andu edy2thadltMy
-4me. W lctor Bu TLg n t.. K- the State of Menyvnarch On otiosnd eigh hunred an i-.4hd o ensa n hrdy n 3 a
ant, s hoz runZiat ITIIAll persons who salsl
Cie.' New'-Y rk,"rs tLiq:'s, L "cep
W t: 1e. . ..W i l l i a m R T J . di C a n d Hel o r y Nf 6the
-" .....t .. ..Bar"c'.. .. .... .. .. e- ,. .4. G r -w w w, 4-- n W wu 4A. I ., o
O AT [ r -..he rignaab~etuih~teoo .81oclc,A. tAM I6j 'lock, AN t.





ea, *rdhbelu N'M T~ adarBol da y ho a^'SliB 121 P1 M C men and Assi --taedad oic heeo =b aledo t co paian2 '. 2d..rdy n Study,3etMala ute
ar fUjIoleriviintesgsc~coededlinbbta~ning,.his valuable 51 PMI "=" = rI isreZ.edwbyf.,Miee, Wh rd Leoonardes .afia .,Vh... wifeIt ,ll"am R. 6gn

extract; and' s6 co"oafnf'it' 1 te.-eortaln;,hJunev 48' to On u Snddays- the.P ASl ildia wil l leave" C"cot U3lgafit tow C"W fo Wa L" Co W th Ik siio wh ay o $25; and l "t an ,J
1n0in stre ale r,2 Il' e o clok A M. in7t1eollowi d o'clock, A M. ,7 t--a ai b y b tafdav 1 co esed b thm A it, puis h nt F aya
":;.'=Z2-;.. at ^Ir vii, -c ,em, optional the P Mc v ,3 P M .
,,Uowl;, sick headache, I rtefdhuqtles' iW-, tbet~lecretcmon Far"ce 1411 ', o Mxv 7 0 -o
...,,a,.r.2^ v- .rto,.h A r l. i, erety Is,-il 4m: td i'... OBOKEN FERRiI gS. -. ..
.,test I 'aMi- erltimianJ; mT be, rootiftoil to iwith Odeffet -c,on J w [J "The~steamboats.HOSO IKi9N arid: to w -4 4 ilccw- 1 C tow CAWWrsds urfthsSaeb -i a eien o oeofheU i, pciv W r.
'H '-,Ra- j t .- wiwill ply constantly for r- ates, to di t : of the Sties pape r and t h d Wedneb y
'' n'li~t~k t'rlmcitLO~o~h~prcae o he ~l l~ween Barolay street avid Hoboiken.; th df





O RRISTUU i WAB rr~naa~ituntu~~ui>_ ataa Mpach ay. signe theefor., 1 e cotinue in ech o(enry id p.erWitlleatmoncresides PisoutnowfolthisLicnsedare equeseayt
6aed cjn;y w. -- ...ii "Ie ,,m a b ,m ade in r ..I The A e ave Can a]sk .i- ela t t4s-ho com m ence- z :'z State but"is"a re ident"of.on
G ODD*"t kBUTLZ RI-. 0od',sa eet, ment,of-aslah j ur and o t.' b hal ra'nd H-oboken every In- 7 fte tae,-,ensylana. On--io o,-. BD il 4hoo edi-
,tet GeneralrAgentsr tormealat ln teourin th dr CZ w. e mploye by te -. S o A-m E n O s a C m a of his orer tobe o na itvitootheed t td o. Friday i




The~~~~ Ori0otW ham aO ^Cmayaerqe~e omk hi opan t.h r 1 L 0 th saidane William R. Fosdick, John Kean and Henry J 6eate fthedo b L a. By re,
Fut U t9 1. k 'W; AND `'& 14 A~RLEM IL&IL-R' A, CO&-C
r 'e dPs .14inate retailbX ,M 3C.glocmt 363e Broadway-' Williams respectively a t aeasn t o befo re t he do. J H MO NT Fr Marshal.
.. doff ?.e C S^. ft tK ,Ap6 4,Zoa.sro&tyatW ;: ;T h e -.^ U11 _14. .%1d 1 [N ITno tice.t he reoftob.. .o.. .
mr i T G re eB n S4 B t~ a e a Y ; ) -J M ll h l t3 B to a d w ta y i = t o t o 6 t 4 -. .I? .w i h i m n h s f o w t h a t o t.. . .n d 9 h o M n c a






tlnseporge ~ ~ t.a~o mY ^ 1D., -Q P Nc LS ND O iepo.ap _,n their eapi of oraLce d one theycusen teirh a unsw rd t he 10th dor Codngesstsdlt a,12. edrce
e sGeorSgee fh, p,'Co.Vshill',"4 2i P rl c rtee :b dam : .. a dlve ed co ani e C
son k oliff 9 -o wer',a64690 : Br~ad~ ayi: Jo hni'lit. odd, .. t M kAR N M ,NI tThese ships are all ofthe first ca iacl auyc m a d tec m lia tsbl ob de n .p h ro oLe IIhd rdr
643 and by f qall the Ba.li de. A- a t en cor aftivin -totgan4 'l nm -aher the lqtdfy or %,ay, the ears willl ad e lega n g ton, f passenthWi l aiam so lici Chincfor o( th do to t att o
C n tone m tre J a dJ ecd d t "l 227h un.:" lh cornt W alk ero tree* t a n d H a rl em ; fro m .o l 'o S A. M Tto B p rice o f pi erpg e Irsm N e w C Or servi ce Cco y o s ard bill; a n d in d a t e of 1 h d
of 8 rg street af, W ., W ,'mtr h TOP. t.-4 2 t nV, 1701 -hre et e orT I.. tw nI o- *.'.,' ,) ol$ .qak P. M in the York oldert J.Cocs 7, IL f pa s g from i Ne w Yor to
a Tnd R hto Aspinwall. 1 .Broadway, and 10 AstO 81,. ,1'PriM.., na every ,alfhur u n til, inchuoine wines, stores and e dd onp. N her ap- fr er by d to the sai d of tis do
... o u r jaenalmole a-L oatt atairs oreaowners will be responsible for any letters, par-'dt t i a elev i
ou_.ra cars wil-be-Tirnished, when required by parti l. r p packages, unless regu s ofad g r ithN w r Am0ndta hsip c an Fi da i
RRI$ TOOTH WAS,-1 rretared from tdortn i e ur ecotne nec o hikdpipr tlatocei esn n
0e cipe t onl-ya by 1-fN' -LeGODDARD,No. 8 Go4 at$5a tip eachwa y"do o.r said o 1 a signed herefoi:. w
a re ip toftheon.yi,,:. ., .o-Paesenger9 observing anly neglc.oAgents worships Oxford, No PAm CK TS. C eate o r I a twee sic uc ae s io he Slate of tthem wl
street, Nowa .So. .-t. ...... '_o ; Leent Mn a ve on thB va rt of iny one employed by the lumbus outh me, ad tpi, angP






X av se ie O 'i `ot 1'tad~a~D> 1 art on Theo O rrse otJ.fwete .a mpa,,y, sic a< e uestW R to make their complaints at ,th briJ,,e ien cithe its W I tR. Fsadi Jonfed antn. e A enr y pn ts' of t L
o3seseiug the ?>la 1 (Foot of GOurtlandtt.. 64 Sh sailo Yonrtket e. Wil liautts w' tee oc ive
restoring.th e g ums to a: se a ly la^ .;an p v ttin, (,B E very. ay ,d t eC m te e} y. viz t y d y before the
u n le at N .t og ma. ..o f .. t. r m o .. f i hat.oih n cr rapi.i n 9 ( A, J MI a9J W H I G A b l aue rp 7 m o n thC H .fMA R S H A L tie d o r t bt r d e r a i c e o py N Y k ,a :
fel teeth 6Tfrom A dera s f NEmPB o ,*; o &, A N. B O H K R.8hkSCO .BaI le m h a0 they rJ6t ei I a Clar k U NITED
fro m ee n -canyid er ,o r t .oo Age t for sh ,p s P M V r i an ... and ,aI M ay 7 Ao for bhlpner
t Sound teeth&pIhlWr e thmost.hleakle Po e, PIR .. 'A .AD a. T eNSPORTATION UnitedStates ... ... R Y v of c
t ions of poor hu en d y, lbu pllo, .e Pglec he aUen; tonB-IraMPA y., A pr i l ,therOWoneo thou the a a er
l C e, wi k.cya T. & I. SAN t8 &pil 1O Liverpool. n9 ten a conf our sem;eand itact or Congresp
ti ,n necessaryo t 9iQ P v4W6_4-i even when surroun 11- ~ll ~ lh ",, Agent-frhs
Bad b all the- means needed i i mong these we know orr ,sn- ililT Olnor e, VicetCha ncell the afi oresa _idtoI
Aone more I.I ho, aM Oriloth, a Goo Wahigt, First C Dec. pleasant sORd.0effsetu.V ah.than % GRIN 'C ELoo7 L o do & Co. "0 Swartwout
W ash-Eit-clo e psan rwhlted p "wteethrakngenth e l o B a.. .l Rip rJuca ,vsGorgeAberontht, and Ane cnand M angle l M
urs 'urfi1es tha-m o uith, a md~swastontsth e 't paa t e n j r e ~ t and :, miazed .htow n, 3 11 4 r n a ,N w o k








breitside aae orlm lo br gureuath. l, 'W Faebtween Jcrsey P ;I wie Isaaclhi~ra. Jaque arit. W1ja G. Watrous impICAld toswit f ~ ntK rh erGfodadtacs .rn ,buddb ad
r vePcomm .... ...and it.......dypou fd .ou...ol .aP a r c ents e erey, 60 a0en d s-New aBrunswick,75cents. fE Pan. 1SW. E &CO. L iv o warrant, o r r ec o
Ii.fAgents forbeatships, oinfti- odBacei.C, theyn.. n-jes..trt*----Wt iaiodhcnb
"The Orris Tooth Wash isthe hest.'detergent, we evere'NEW BRUNSWICK TR&.INS:w prevenck-n iepyt ....t s f ton-r i t m... M ^ 1 c0 wPn tol e tt i n ." is C mte f ly a doi s
used on .our enamei."1--ALBeeteiTanised -]- Leave Now',Yors (at the foot of Liberty st. ) tht hedeenansGerg'AeretyaK A nebi
r. 0 BLTH_ hPU.o cuOn trth,1 -0 o themoot At' 8 mo..c A..Mod ily- X.K. C LLIN WtC -t5 Souh'atN.oY rk. ile andIt.a c Ja uesresde o t ofthisStat, t wit the Ihav leved&
m ie n De n t.sts a n d' eal y ,arm he met ual ; fa c ur ty Ifn ,n d d el aM k-eS BRnW St d o C .l .. .l a d w il d is p o sel z







Mrsiofne thrnz 14f r .'f M: do. esaid George Abreerneedb te onittoa'i~lyo te ay9,^ujr7 "" thy.^ &lid Anne hise -wirer 2nde'i the ndrcredo
e avery oc of the nr U oni to at ^ te d'c ,u t l vo r,.o f the r! r P M daily (S n da ys excepted.) In "eLIsER P O O LtOi i3 d








with ~~~ ,an '! th le-rr ~,ai~lii~(,e~n of- I ~ ~ tw.aeg~i be ;are .o ,dfhe i ios tandt e agiv Isa ausin^ th t te hrextroodseend the rysxpls adt ti one
ToothWae h Lea vers as he arw Br pnsw to me t ai. d d of and 6 T the Lsaid tonirlm 0 by l s o
From all Dr, ad zare Parsley, ontljt .: wAtic 'o,] c k, A. M, -daily (Sunday exceptedd) le siden t thi S t b h c atec *bu' has c cel hisl to avi P.atows -le ti
havr use dhoeas Oaisa ag Both p l atsh' i, aa l y h having "[ 'n1 no s S y, serv.ic of-th e fs d n ,h sa d u e: t t ay of l
made acquainted Wi t hl".i t. :t-of wb 9 ,9P. M: do. | "" .: Line of Packets for Liverpoo will r e c.l9 kucce sion of J. tiley of copy or the order t he fouteeth M o
composed, feel qraatdpIeuuro-Ina rw~ommlending .it ai An eNZWARK ACCOMMODATION LINg. j -44patched in the following order, exceptn htws~ t15odrd hliesi eedns ereAenty
agreeable, whtt sove .fmtam m :w~ _or t e mouth. -woo sfrdsld veYoi ealnt








dalo. aTrit lacasTNdw^ c;rn d'y^'9^!^ ^ ^ VIZ-^ ^0^-^ I 9"t aparne to1! be^enteied and^acti o noticed thereo tomol
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pllt inuse. a wi, tU0412i a tslay on hand .or t he o b f, l"eters i9 I1An I Se "y suafterrsnr vicefa o6 pohn Stetes, sd biyl
patients ;. pleaseesand me-a oup ly ,; ,.9,.t P D The OAMBRIDGE-SM tn-r a.9 adI dfut teef httesm a e By atryb
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"s .. ....2"e f .V0 4 ..O l e o n u rr. e .a ,,i .to contai n 1o ur
vT .EN' fi gqjaAto s (aton~dayis::xespred.) Doe 19 The OXFORD-80tn-.ahoe e.7G aru ocuahsapaac ob n
isPASD ,R-._repr droirpan or wkneea iuL Lq*Nel1or~t 2ltok.hW adeew.Nw Ar 9Jne7t _,an otc tae obes.vdPO hecm caedb me
breast, side,bask.eor limbs; alsoI-or e .gout, rh eumati ra, lNKP [Philadelphla .rra in.]S ept. IOct.19 -ta p horNRT AnM fr om C th d ofthis
ei hitand and y p f u c l d. ,U seoN ^ E N sa 4 ^n4ia; Fre st^een Jer 6y ,t n N r 7 l1 6 _ents. JR an I t 6 tF 1 oa t tc-f ar n h e a
difficulty of breathing, oppressionot to tee ilissidne woroui ro fro Je e Cthe TicketW June 25 be f the r bill Wli a H Al that cer an
wil).gie -ir ae u io ingreie;ind orte saaIS, tet,-rao_C aifnTtorelief;mt-bsieos-roen iior8PLp 1Te E RO E-68 on- Mar- Nov.7 cop- seeidrupon he ioatis,--for th co-plaientinin eort.1intTe township a.
uses, smfrey, ease and eertal r Sare.decditiI superior to ,oonis .t" .nrd Gdelay WaAeHr iGTON t 0ver. _n 1 ..arI d and ot.ers.ce of M arice, d S olic e of 'd Sa eS vi
m Los t of the...... ..the..a-L.).. .l .......... ..orde.., ,, t hat as p d -. d y at
those of selentary habits generalI iht W 0 b4 a trouib ad R"l owmq~w ratka in ths-Ci~,tvf 14 W1tr14Vidbin un Fe. J toCrppe. ;JBegenc' t
these beautiful plasters, as they are esssow "t.pottomeet a a arrival Vnid~daarture of the, r nsfor | 9 Dc. i-th. clrThe NSOUTstyedAheNeRYok A e--an
........... kl.;-..tsaidpub,,ication beu- continue' In t, -once.,in
Th rprietor has had the JAVA60 9r of _001-it sthn~tem ...... 19 succession, or that he0 A I, a iv'.p!Th .f his;D
Iir *t,~~~NO -1 'The' ENGLA"-780 jonds-Bt.l L.'the o' rn linei-i of11.the -11.
niln ]ar. I orilo ervd prsoaly o t 0a dfenant acordng o aw muel thatcrtwuainerde
healAt -_ It' ,- IL 1,Y -n m__ e c e ... .. I.4aAsgLWie ~t 0stWa wnvdv ar h iasaiidfrh


toexcutcordersiwlttt iitiies nd despatch L .v, I Ye eWe-Y orkffrw t 1foot of Liberty_ street daily. .. l {6v
-q jtcu a.:' =l -A Ship--HA KPrA. M.T-- MateWilliamti' au... ..e... t defendants-'in th
ffu~le~at^^^ ^^ttet^^^^ '*''*AeMU~3aB~i~a&& S- ^wdn',n~l \MU^ Dec 3 above e entitled suit', ieoW out of thi state, andf within the drjefts Stevns ad othr lnso adSat at
coh.s Inadrt jlonto^M5Sdventaihettthetimherbegs. 1 'B >: tU Edward Cornell y7eofl.f b la
eitiy .'In adith metl d dn of: Wleleam H. Bar out te Esiurs claconsb l tomad s land of the heirs
he aa baq e hes s ipsan athf thofrstcl ssab com an ed
hlfType ia'diffreynt rfram that used Ain ay other Foundry I a1111 6 n~ ^ j*i~iiIil _" "'T r"l with elegant accommodations for -passengers. The price complaiat it^ is'r dta tesi Wllliam H. erly by PalisadeAvne
ald hevilll wartaftiihatit'lifirirAduableand Hghtw ; iin ai,8AcrckA.M. of psagefrom New York to Liverpool is fixed a $i40 that certain' tr of ln a n ,
a that tn genertuS. *-.-. ; I.* .P e t. P, andfrom I iverp-3ol to New York at 35guineas, include
.. .. th at ..n g"n ... U s .o .. . -la,'.d. coulnrtyM .
Inaddifiot 6 ia z aanta fTyp e.ha i d. Sarr.tbrojigh14 in winhe, stores and bedding. addih-fir t tro taoshitorer;a, ,d in e o falif e d e t Joia. ..
arrangement to piy the traw ll at ala nece"1 P4ngrwH pure t er ti.t at the Ofice, toot Neither the captjn nor owners will be reponsible for h is a nswer to the c,
earyr'or pritin eodiceted ": .- ," ; of Liarty street where a commoalousr Steamboat will be an letters, parcele, or -packages. unless regular billi bS
S, N. ._Editort-tf c^t. papers giving afew lnayuon it readiness rpn.ey them to J.rsey City, .with baggage layingj re sigried therefore. Applyto
N, B.-Edf ',f sld bill;andd fagether of5said9ill ofdomplain
to this ad1Qetisdim'?nt,It>b6e llotwead*3lto -Typeby. ita ara...-T boa_ GRINNFLL,:MINTURN SL CO., *eLe a tc b, d t re
i ourtingr q optenlaJ : Age. 3 ladatphu tralagage goes through hg no open- of W B. as an ohr t h
A11 Dnt,-13 Fr nteso ila dsf eo ge
a .., edbyteway, sel8 WILDE PICKR &dr to bepublishedin
N ew at r )(A 4 u lt b -F.. l" aQ M g $ '~ N .: 'P s iengers'-b y th e fM orni ig linei, a rrive in P hiladelphia.. oust.,., and w .. .. s- .
g f ^ S^ :a a 8 .... .".at-t1 clock P. M. .n ;,' L vy .U b
LinyoPolrit S" pa sen.er.pass Tn NewrkIn h. adelpht.r fog .it, Pitlot Le-dvherers asenr on Padepo r c alled t All"tatei
.to su6~o Kb8 srs'e b~t s-utcrnib s'-i C ol-f' ,-11 o'ick. ?P,,M.. fou~r.hours, in -adlvanc -bf theU.. Mail. Ia sitpbictoia otnud" latocen ah n Le o n
b.uPawderle Warra.i" Et'-[. th n. a~_ an ~- eurninlq, wi|! eaie P hiladelphi at,.8 O'clock A Kc M, "i rioe esoalysrvdu nth ai eydby"
.. aT r d e alid a....... n e ,r t nd.Pofr Ann1e H orn' b '
iny other Sopirdn .odeif mam* t...-h" gtiddays, assengebrm .forNewark) F lizaibethtown,: deed bearingleedate
erentl fa.el e e Raiway and New Brunmwick, Will be taknby hose theflowingashipwhilch ucceeder : othrit prescribed for his.aparane. Copy, ed Setebe 14t
vi.~ain ofin manfeuiateB 'Rawa ndO Ne Brunsicki in IIIh~ are taknmedos saifing p0CtUa~lly~from aplll1aw w JOHN WALWORTH. Clerk. Rcr, r3
boeta- mitnutau 0) tew E,?.~muu m'. lines .. .jaw orderiIn whlchtbo~y renmdRcrs ie
ofaqua, Alit' M -P n- t*6e S t 0. lN the matter ofoeningEghteenthreet,,rom the.hr aus, r %th 9,adndefoity-sevenobe
Ug ^A a C u to an ey hel no dh fromeo I.( 1do n ow? n Lhe7tL .17th and 2 t of each month JIL avenue to^^ th ih av nu Inte 12,h,W ard of the W est H b k n a di on rh ry b te a d
itf fi^ ^ ff ^^^ ^ Min' I" 4T.4AMESd SIbs...... Ph starse? Ts a^ CourtofChanceryn Vld e r byS tate of Now afl soe
Cit*.oAlNowhat tra oroSamueleSwar
Igo, no, der I'd It ...... of.t.e_ s 4_."6t : or a th.C ,y f ew ok nt ""iteethPrmaNwY0 LDTork. P ritomJuLen.y ot.Ntc shrb ieb h aoAdre n ~uhry]n
t'he'e thre letk1nds"r e~ld_ ofY-tower ol "th one df sgBsnkEdwarhhud. ero, andtdheirty JJanpi e. IFb1 o.2 omnlyofwiyo owYrta n plcto elu a o
ofit -qalt mana --d'loigirlp M rmatroughy r, f29d" r BnT,, Mcr''' '" ou: ,, Vic.Chacellr, ofetho M1y0 S. AE,1 lbr ..Jr1 ~n
T e ) n we t e bestt~ o izg ro K o a co n s :" tqtpatg uqt y aW i datM_ fotht e appoitmentoooftmmisionersrf Jstie 0 and yms andt thers
Ca o,,Q 'G P4 ;I I FPJh Doe~tttn~^n Oct 17 Oct- 20 Assessme"it i the Oboire matter, will be made to the Su. All that tract or aclo adad rmsicnann
^N N :******PH 'Th -MiamAtetan- ie uuatice Cotpay Qt Ja.20 r~T-n Mar 7 T' Mar.10 preme Court of Judicature of the people. of the State a, two acres and fortytohnrdhcnee yJh
thWiethreeaIaat kinds.are called If'vjrlowdet. being '11- edi dn.4Edwad,^ ^^ fairSAn Heny K .2 Nov. 7rt N"ov.A is usa in Jun next, at *^'eck oA.b M.Steend dated iftoJohRbrualSmeswrto
(ffqaa y minurattitred tbrtho UWodStat,11vy. Anid- Kirk Bahkib.^ e'B ^M'AVAI~, 1 Dated the 1thdcy a~eet May, 1839 k. byl de 81,inved ae uy1i,1-S n recure ul
bel verygreatsttrangth- ..._ .-.- that thedefendant, Henry J. Knapp, rpd( opt sT tOi.s Oct. 10 a. Dec 1. ;X ifteli"ter of-e ng Seveniy.ninthstreet, from the RoberE th ot
CA. ii a -"- -- n : e .a.. ttut a resident of ee.of the U niteoi $tates, tdW W F eb.20 ) A pr. r to CNked d a ted 2 t a
P ro lwd-4Ivorali*te~ n known -to be, 4 P l e.w.. n ,of plain..t.tt t Oct. 20t ht .B of -Dnettict ig, ,r ya m.uven,b% the Mayor, Aldermen and Di lier Se l
ourci.ase. from-,u aont86, O03rhm.m =m w t' Hatlgif,! odletbr" Ind *of :ounge~for, the coDc.71De-.0 om onltoft* liy f t'or, haOat, .pae 390sidE
supnip ednby thntlln. ,I l f. i .leraii tha thtirei* H eniy J.,Knapp *cau se. h ap. M ar.10 *pr. M ay o I yt an i s bounded at
- J, D ,PN ., EN91M01UaS k '00.v .,poRikiicid ft eaftred,.aend, notteeritheroofftobe srvedon July 10 SAMSON,*I Russll Stu e Augf Sep 1 tlonfbl th" appoitent of Commissioners Of Estimate a st sou th, a
WV#lmrn i.^ ', !; 't", ,' "D. 'c J ; .tlImapJ0ainandaltiditrW!itth.f tu nthsfron Nov.tj0 the o the easta .te o
P iTE4 DaRftini p rrT SQ R L j ath e ^ AApon~tevida iia, W4 inf a oihro o.1) D ~yM y 0 S pm ourt of udicature of the people of' this Stale of fh e t euf o n
1k ki D ] t ] I g ogt~ [ [ U ~ % r d er, an d in c ame eo t hits kppe ara ea s,'that A pr Ir ay 7 m a 2 U lto i t e i
'".lL 4 5tle.o'$O 4arlouelitdi n ueause-i an ewerJ ot a -ct, plai~ijnt<-tiM+-to be flred, p.l OMTARIO, itnry on 7 NewYork at thalCapitol in the city or Alany, on the a, setARSa, clael td d
,A.I nreo ., '.. ... and -- copy thereor to )be served on the complain. Dec. t day in Jn next. t 10 o'clock, A. M.
=, GteeeuPeawG rea :B, 4 ,^.^,.Strawberriea. nti'a :Mlicitor, within h foptye day.Io afUer servtie of a ., luhesethlpeareeollefthend d se
G re n raseh Gh~ ries, llp. r gC, .j -an variety- o f .c opP j :,, ,said. bill, A nd th at -in de fau lt t hf erceo ,:, s, aid h e n, a nd are com m and ed b ya t r vi -. ll h
1^& .N the.matter fopenirm Egbt. fifthsreet fom the^
P~~o am,,;usr t~biLltrtvt~ "l UnePl o;cmlain~ft mary oU it~o:ake~s" sO. ntoses .y gators, t ieatcare "I lbe taknattebd,4oes rmssstae
m' anee 'bv,.,, M IL-, C,,,,hm.:......It,-to fa eh is"ord.:ed e matthis order be aresofthe best.descritpt T eprion.abnprmie statd lTghne pri.. .. ..c"e .t of Cabpiine'wtinteny as rpassaigeheeo n tw ieda $4, u
^ r''/ ofl^^ th citty-aAaff^&^ in^^^ theheouard or I s yNS
:" N",T"lane. -' p .b.. .i M ._-'A.v th epai adnf.en, onodelize d Notice to ftrb given, by the Mayor, Aldermen, and ahe d gw on a a or chadt wf ani li
.^M1 I OBdIJ 'the Newt porm. in~i tths wtte for winers -and iqor. eihe cptin nr Cormmonalty,'of the city or New York, that an application n the clerk's offcetthsadonyofEexasos
"I a c d r ht so an sl dVm rpr ted w the Ic ty of New York, in this State, for wnerioftheile nact,,t will ber s o- ib ef r a y ,
1 4 erand G",ocie _,14 4^^ ^ ^ eighm weeks in succession ine4otrt he each paper, and once at least t,-3, parcels,"or pack ges sent by them unlesreg la r le in the ove m att er s of Eetma t e Suprem e
rior toaf, ttr Awa iraJ-he S ^u_0 w in. earch week, but such pbcatioublication e hall not be necessary 4ftils .adn -a ed ( reo r t I u:tst uin e a.o f terpeo le of the Su re e Now York ,,,
Sugarsupano, B. kbad es,, wo"itUIN aW -e*- tmW r o.O ,-o d-- h- be r d on the-said mI N OL m i N ak 00. foor m r ownep
Su .,ar togethr-w th ^ ^ ^ .. .... h ..... : ........,lo 'H ienryJ..Knalpp,,;such absent defendant, personally, at el0 1 4 .Frontat.. N -T u a pe tol nt ba Ic ity o fk A bt M T sy to r o d y oea
N.fl. Famtlteemuppnlecwttn~resuao en= enuo" least wewedy bfoeth im recrbd o te. irn-t. .y Jue-et a 1 'cokAM.vee td to n iln, ywPmItwanddddit
Irt ,e t twenty days bet-ore thefime prescribed for the ap.
ttaypartfttWtt trte ACKETSFO HAVE-UNION LINE. _Datedthe 1hday of May, 1. mylO lots and sold pu' o c
r jjj, AN0 1h1AS n
(A) the"H arlem River in.the 12,h.war ofCohecity ofHew River Road,
. 4tw RN'[T [ lv' N l'g^ -tt ...". '"e7iww'()- 'Cek, ^~ TW ^ }tMl A lkitO2Cothf
0 -4 q" F d, c 0: ~i'ffe6 1% IN -P" i$tifANCX of an ordrofthe Su r:ropvtne of the Ysrt
'*S ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~(dat ofK-fOB,, ble;.k ^^ ^ Not her %,"'given to"' al .ai ro o York.on the 8lb;lth,.and 24th, and Nollca is he,.b* given, by the Mayor, Aldai men and ,S?';^*5"'b*A '/1'! *
aby-m ^ I' et, S? ^^" 1& Sth and 16h ofevery month C m m nat f hecty o' w Yo kta t n ppication.^ *^
i# .r. ip," ereons having claims ajaias,-,WiliamFlo ner',' lateo f -,-omNew. Y ,r. Po I, ,ti dh
100" lid .do, .0 -of "'-= .. clmCiv PNow Ynrk.paint deal er. "t 'oazd.to ioreent ier ar r


_ NOTICE8.1 a
A T a Court of Chai-ceryheld for the State qf New
York, at the City of New York, on the first day of
April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine-
"Presint-William T MrCoun, Vice Charceicr Of the
First Circuit.I
Tht. North Rive- Insurance Company vs leaac R Fro
man, William E Dennis, the President, &c.of The Na-
tional Bank, and Peter Fay.
1it appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant, Isaac R Freeman, (a resident of this
State) is at present absent therefrom, to wit in Cleveland,
in the tato of Ohio. On motion of John Slosac n, of cour|
sel for the compla'nants, it is ordered that the said Isaac
R Fretman do cauee his appearance to be entered and
notice thereof to be served on ltre complainant'v solicitor
within three months from the date of this order; and that
in case of his appearance he cause his answer to the com
plalnante' bill to be filed, and a copy thereo'to be served
on the complainants' solicitor within forty days after ser-
vice ofa copy of said bill. and In default thereof said bill
of complaint, may be taken as confessed by him. And it
is further ordered, that within twenty days the said com. I
plainants cause this order to te published in the State pa. I
per and in the New York American," a newspaper I
printed in the city of, New York, and that thesaid pub 4
hication be continued in each of the said papers at least I
once in each week for eight weeks in succession; or that I
they cause a copy of this order to be personally. served on I
the said deferdant, Isaac 'R Freeman, at least twenty
days before the'time above prescribed for his'appearance.
Cory, JOHN WALWORTH, ClerL.
apI6 law8w
HBY order of Michael UJshoeffer, First Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas for the City and County of
New York, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provi.
s.jns of the statute authorizing attachments against non.
resident debtors, that an attachment has issued against
the estate of Charles R. Briggs and Moses R. Munn, resi-
dents of the Stateot'fNew Jeroey, and that the came will be
sold for the payment of ther debts, unless they appear and
discharge such attachment, avoiding to law. within nine
months from the first publication of this notice ; and that
the payment of any debts due to them by residents of this
State, and the delivery to them or for their use, ofanypro.
party within this State belonging to them, and the transfer
of any such property by them are fqrb'dden by law, and
are void.
Dated the 18th dal of April, 1839.
LEWIS K. RUTHERFURD.
apl9 Ilaw9m Aittorney lorAtiacnine Creditor.lk
CITY O'CC of application lor me exemption ot a det-
,.1 toi's Person from imprisonment, pursuant to the
provisions of the fifth article of the fifth chapter or the se
cond part of the revised statutes. Francis Sherwood, as
well in his individual capacity as oi.e ofthe frm of B & F
Sherwood.
Notice first published April 20th, 1839. Creditors to ap
pear before the Hon. R,;bert H Morris, Recoider of the
City of New York, at his (fficein the City gail of the
said city, on the third day of July-next, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of that day.
Dated April 19, 1839. ap204awl~w
T.a Court of chanceryy heid lor the State uf New
York, at the City of"New Volk, Ot the eighth day of
April, one thousand eiht hundred and thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
Peter Broer, guardian, &c. of the infant children of
Abraham P. Brower,Rdeceaied, vs. William H Ellet.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court;
that the defendant, .William H Eliot, resides-out of this
State, but is a resident of one of the United States, viz .-
the. State of South Carolina. On motion of M M David
sor, of counsel for the complainiant, it is ordered that t e
said William H Ellei cause his appearance to be entered
and notice thereof to be served on the complaints soli-
citor within four months from the date of this order ; and
in case ul his appearance. he cause his answer to the corn
plain.tnt's bill to be filad, and a copy thereof to be served
on the comulainanm's solicitor within forty days after eer-
vi',e yf a copy of said bill ; and i uefauk thereof said bill
of complaint may be taken as confessed by him. And it is
further orderedthat within twenty days the said complain-
ant cause this order to be published in the Stat paper'and
in the New York American, a newspaper published in the
city of New York ; ard that said publication continued
in each ofthe said papers at least once in each week for'
eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of this
order to be personally served on the said William H Ellet,
at fast twenty days before the time above prescribed for
his appearance. Copy,
sp26 law8w JOHN WALWORTH. Clerk.
AT a Couwtof ,hancery, held lor the State of New
York at the City of New York, on the twenty third
day of April, one I koueand eight hundral and thirty-
nine- il V. I
Present--William T. McCcun, Vice Chaicellor ofthe
First Circuit
Andrew Stark, William Whitewright, and William
Steele, executors of Robert MdCrea, deceased, vs. Samuel
L. Gouverneur. Maria H. Gouveineur, RoberTillot on,
Otis Looser, Charles C. Pearsall,. George C.-Ray, Jo.
harnes H, Lott, Frederick W. Boardman, Sarah Bosley,
Henry W. Warr.er, Ezra L. Miller, Ebenezer Mason,
Anthony Arnoux, and Gabriel A Arnoux.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defetidani, Georgo Clintou Bay, resides out of
this Stae, but is a resident ofthe city of Manchester in the
county of Lancashire, England. On motion of Wiiliarp
Inglis, solicitor, and of counsel for the complainant, it ia
ordered thatthe said defendant, George Clinton Bay, cause
his appearance to be entered and notice thereof to be p. r-

ved on the complainants' solicitor within nine months from
the date:of this order ; and in case of hi appearancethat
he cauee his answer to the complainants' bill to be died
,and a copy thereof to be served on the complainanjsl soli.
citor within forty days after service of a copy ofsaid bill;
and in default thereof that said bill of complaint may be
taken as confessed by him. And It .e at
within twenty days the said c pliatauetiorr
"to be published in the Xtate ae n nteNwYr
American ; and'that the saidpulatobecnnedn
each of the said papers atletone^eahwktr
eight weeks in successesn, or hth eacp tti
order to be personally servedotesadGrgClto
Ray, at least twenty days befrtetieaoepecbd
for his appearceCoy
an'W lawSw JONW WOT.Crk
,AT1 a Court of Chancery,hldorteSa oNw
-" York at the City Hallo h iyo e ok
on the twenty ninth day of Arlinheyao urLd
one thousand eight hundrda~ hn-lr
Present--WHiiam T. McCCOUnVceCaeloof
fist Circuit. '
James G. King, vs. Harriet lod ayE rw
ning, and Henry B. Alvord, m'wihHnyABec
anud Dudley S Gregory, execuioao~ih rwig e
ceased
Hilt appearing by affidavit to th aifcino hsCut
that Harriet B. Alvord andl Mar r ig w o h
a bove-named defendants resieoto heSaee e
York, but within the United aiantateryB
Alvord, and nether of the abvnaedfnatsrie
within ,be State of New Yorkbthscneldhm
self In order to avoid serviceoth bpeaisdinhs
case ; and, on motion of J.Butofcnslirte
complainant, it ia ordered, tha h addfnatHr


riet B Alvord and Mary E Brownin", cause their respect.
five appearances to be entered, anti notice thereof to be
served upon the complainant a solicitor within four month'
from the date of ibis order; and in came of appearance
that they respectively cause thir answer to be ilia to the
bill of complaint filtd in this cause, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the conitlainants's solicitor v.Uhin forty
days after-service of a copy of said bill, andin ;defwn
theaeof that the same may betaken as confessed against
them. And it is on likemotion I rther ordered, that the
said Hetiry B. Alvoid, do cause his appearance to be enter-
ed, and notice thereof to be served upon the complainant's
solicitor in three months from the date' of this order, and
in case of his appearance that he cause his answer to be
filed to the said bill of complaint, and a copy thereofto
be served upon the solicitor for the complainant In forty
days after, service of a copy of the said bill and in default
thereof that the said bill may be taken as confessed against
kim. And it is farther ordered that'within twenty days
the c mplainant cause a copy of this order to be pub.
lished in the State paper at d also in a paper published in
the city of New York, styled the New York American and
that the said publication be continued at least ooe in
each week in' each of the said papers for eight weaka ia
succession, or that the said complainant cause a copy of
this order to be served personally on the said defendants,
according to law, at least twenty days before thb time
specified for theirappearance.
(Copy) JOHN WALWORTH,
myalawgw Lt IClerk.
A T a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York, at the! City of Now York, on the'twenty-
second day ef April, one thousand eight hundred und
thirty-nine-
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
Fi.st Circuit.
James Barker vs. John Byrnes and Mary his wife,Pa.
trick.O'Neill, and Edward WcDermett.
It apppearin g upon proof by affidavit made in this
cause by Smith Barker, solicitor for the complainant that
Patrick O'Neill and Edward McDermott, defendants
herein, reside out of this State, and are residents of New
Ork ans, In the State of Louisiana ; on reading and filing
said affidavit, and on motion of Smith Barka Esquire,
solicitor for the complainant, It-s ordered, that the said
Patrick ONeill and Edward McDermott cause their ap-
pearance to be entered herein, anil notice there(I to bL
served on the complainant's solicitor within four months
from the date u f this order, and in case 41 0eir appar
ance, that they cause their answer to the complainans
bill to be filed, and a copy the) eof to be syved on the
complainant's solicitor within tty days after service ol
a copy of said b;Ul, and that in d( aul: thereof, said bill of
complaint be taken as confessed by them., And it is fur.
their ordered, that within twenty days hom the date of
this order, the said complainant catse this order to be
published in the State paper and in the New Yolk Ann li.
can, printed in this State, for eight weeks in succesd~on,
a nd once at least in each week, or that the said complain
ant cause a copy of this order to be served on the said
Patrick O'Neill and. Edward McDermott personally, at
least twenty days before the time hereinbefore prescribed
f t. - 16.. .... ...


r&B*tt~tNKha rmved his offitoto 204 Ft1-
Ijr ton ftt-eit w"6 n rt wi s and Droadwajr.
Strangers are rilspectfally apprized tLk Dr. ROAtW
we a bred to the M9,edic6l Ptrwaion In the city of London'
anL has been a practical memuir oi said Faculty of hys
42 years, for the .last 39 in the city ofNew York. Hi
practicefrom being formerlygehera Ihd hftong con"
to a particular branch of edicinei'w4ich W*A9*sbhi
profound attention, viz:--LueBVeneria.S6Wbutuo Sew-
fula, Elep" ntlis and. in shert all diesists'iaiBg
frrm a vitia td state of the blood.
great. His successs astonishing. In mar* thouiatula it
cases committed to his care,of allgradasand every Aftrr
of mialignancy, he has speedily restored hisbp*WntHO
health and a sound constitution.
He cautions the unfortunate againstthea i lef
cury. Thousandsare annually mercurialied out ol lire
See that your case is eradicated, not patched up. The
learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes," Married
persons, and persons about to be married should be par
ticularly cautiousof those afflictions. What% dreadiulin
heritancfto transmit to posterity." Persons Aiciodwiti
protracted and deplorable cages need not 4air of -
;omplete recovery, by applying to Dr. Home. RAcu
affectione, where local, are, without mercuryexinviab-
ed in a few days. Whatgrievesthe Dr. Is, that nav
tnlicteo,instead of taking his salutary advic*, hav r
course to advertised nostrums, where there Is no reqpon01-
bility, and the compounders unknown y hymen moa%
throwing awaythWeir money, (whore thoyvAduly. hopetq
save,) and ruinforeverthei-constitution, I
Persons who may have contracted dieage, or suspe
latent poison, are invited to make application to" Dr
HORNE. at .s*( Establishment, No. 0 Fuhunwt.,bto
tween Greenwich st. and Broadway.. Aterdeoo thirty
wo years in New York city, has radical 4iilbho
Dr Horne'scharacterrforstaiingbonor- anxfliedon're
respectabilityand skill. Dr.H 6 ffi6rzto hii.&Ut6b
a sure guaranteed..
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients neve
come in contact."
Atteyidance until half past t in the eveing.
No Letters taken in unlespost pid. All cty Jtters
mustbehanded In.
n- 8tul torumincuratapudor tiufulcwacetag.w
-Hoiace's 16th Episte.
P.S.-As long as Dr. Hornedeoirestubenefitthepubic|
It isproper he should continue his advertisement for thi
good ofetrangers, as it is wellknown pap irxtrelp
shy in speaking of cases of a deliat nule, e/e wil
vphysicianis pre-emineatlysuccesfB.
IN pursuance of an order of the urrogateofthe County
of New York, Notice is Hereby'given to &LL persoM
havIng claims against Altxardbr SydlemanAmof Free.
tion, Connecticut, deceased, to, pteaefrt the same wM ibit
vouchers thereol to the subscribet,'at the officeo a-W=n
M. Peck, No. 60 South strfcet, is, the City of Now York, oj>
or cefore the 2'.th dayof September t;
Dated New York, tbe 18th day ofeMarca,183.
ANGELNE SYDLEMANI
mh19 law6m Adninhatrix, he.
A luul) MEiDICziiMh: Onatperiorms w*iai 4 roami-
to, is a publiS benefactor. Such the *
NEW ENGLAND COVGH SYRVP
has proved itself to be, by having been successfully tried
in all parts of the country. Many thousand
might be obtained of its value and efficiency t the' pro-
prietors were disposed to collect them,'Se troboration of
which they w!ll simply give an extract o( letter lately
received from their agents, Messi Maste A 40b.10Port.
land, Me., where coughs, colds, and pulmdna ions
prevail as much as any whore; and wrer an #reat 0 va-
riety of temedies have been offered. The 66 We
have universally recommended your Co As im
perior to any other cough preparation 2we Yuw of, a d
we are happy in being able to do so from the mioroup
and unanimous tetaimonials inits favor trom ill to whom
we have sold it. We believe your syrup will eventuAlly
lead all others in its efficacy." The proprietorl woul
add that whdt gentlemen may is corroborawd by fore than
one hundred agents in different parte of (he country, and
they thereto:'e confidently recommend it to the putli a a
highly valuable family medicine. an ontifal it will be
found not (,nly the most efficacioui, but the most oleatant
and agreeable remedy to be met With. Th wla
this much by offering it gratis, or to refund
every case where relief'is iiot obtained.
Sold wholesale by the proprietors.
GODDARD k BUTLER, 8Goldstreet,
Andatretail ry Kushton A Aspinwall, lie Broad ay
10 Astor House, Mi C. Slecum, 303 Broadway, corner o
Duane street, Souillard & Deiluc, 68 Broaday. and2aPark
Row, John B. Todd, 643 Broadway, eornef-orSleetka
street, and 771 Broadway, corner M street, George W
Embmry, 77 Eaot f roadway, ceraerpfMarket street, D.
Clay, cor. of VariL and Prardklsi lrde, J. L, Schlefi
Iini, corner of Canal and Laurens streets.
For sale also as above. I .
THE ORRIS TOOTH WASH.
This article is confidently recommended for te.COB
stant use of ali who wish to preserve a ound set 61 teth,
with healthy gums and sweet breath. 'oasowtheatir
tion in which it is held by the facuty, recommaiidations
have been received flom the following) &W %ceocloan
each bottle to wit .
Pr Xleezer Parmely, Dentist, Park Place, NT
<-eo Clay, Dentist, Eat Broadway, N Y
N Dodge, Dentist, Canal it, N T
J 'Parnley, Dentist, Augusta, Go
T W Parsons, M D, Surgeon Dentist, Bwen m a
E A Davenport, M D, Boston
8 A Shutlef, M D do
Jno Randall, M D do
W Channing,"M D do
S M Weeks, M D. Tuscaloosa, Ala3
J H Harris, M D, NAlhviile, TUoij
S I Leggett, M D, Surgeon Demia, Zantislit, W. a
N Peabooy, M D, do Satom.Man
Edwin Parsons, M D, do jfouland ,
W K Brown, M D, do t
F J Higginson, M D, Cambrldge, Mo
Dudley Smith, M D, Lowell, Mam.
N. B.-As soce .peoples teh rainA
wder lor .cleaning theteC pud itToh
Powder is highly recomnmernd~tf nal*c cW n
for sale with the above. *j2
i beautifully .designed" We k ad oh l K a e
t received irom Paris, ndfrjaea
ii,.ttION, Iff rawy
aPs (tpp~lejyh*t
.2. ENJEltAL. Duff'Green, soWl nw fdtro
*i .? the Js^ W ashington. T eleg qAl e w d t o
the truth of the tollowirigi *- > .<-
General Green a few da ys n u a e e m p bi
place, that he bad used H ayts L n m tfo h prts a d
that the effect, was very astonih n rf'h efa tthi
amy to make known as far aa Inntp wfW a ui in
!ellow m e ntth at such as e x tra r i a y ai s H I x
istence. fle, said ne woufd earfiI ih n ead
a id i n-e xte n d ng- r if n e fu l i e T hi s bn f T W a
safely e ay hundreds who ha p enr afltm w
C aution -- No ae ca n oe ge h un e" w 6 ut l B i n
graved wrapper, an lthe sglw f Cikfc o
Scldby most repeiber tai .naGnrl
Agency lor wholesale a!Jd iea't N: Fecirana
Pearl, at the toreoC M t C O
W oinderful .An Astordshi jea t a in e t
h~a uow been used in som e th o an ee ,a d B fa ur
can be found. It will cure ev r a d al a e o Pl
N o charge without such result p l talD u ir a
a l~ d1 ; '


OMPOUND SYRUP OF SARSAP&RilA CON.
C CENTRATED.-For purifyin th* btoofremoving
eruptions, &c., from the skin, and tit imapbrite-from the
system, this rl .sant .anitlheathy Syrp hb ho equal.-
Perhaps there is.no more ceitai. way o7ninomoiinX gone-
ral health during the Sammer, t an. by using thin Syrup In
the Spring. The medical profession give t a decided pro.
ference over all the must celebrated Panaceat, Syrups
&c., and nursing mothers,,whnovifa a e
Scald Head, Sore Ears, 0or y, re oticularly
recommenued to uienl. 1i is perftly harmtes. and when
combined wlthrSeidlltz bi fods Water, g&coong
and agreeable beverage. Used with cold.wiler, it makes
a very pleasant Summer drbikandmaI beiWS with ad
vantage by most persons at any time. t Is p red iron,
the best Honduran aa'sparil'a, according lo-themost ap.
proved formulas, andgrgat care has- mealre to keep
it tree from impurities andar:6bbnoxiouk ajdamxres.
Prepared 'and sold,'atwheale and etail by, hegab*
scriber, at the Bowery Medicin stdre IJ 9 wery, Now
York. I I y,
I EATNS8r AND UTILITY.-ThtfamthataKIT
J^ LABEL haa long been adesideratvi'to-all ladie
w ho are good housewives anuft tvi neaef generally
has induced the undersigned to get datah tittick
for this purpose, made of ivory and pear. *U hbw aaniall
ringthrough it, by which It ,iay be, attadhef to the key,
and is such a very light a r P litr 0 ir, that ili
really desirable as an. oran it h b
have had to sead up or dowi a imes lor a par.
ticular key when in hurry to go out. would Weaved much
annoyance by thinli"ue Ger who have d
to walk, from their place of utiness tothelrdwellings in
consequence of having taken the wronrjfcey by mistake
need no argument toconyi"ce t o actualncsiy
o f a R ',E V I A X E X P; O M'* V I *
I Sold at 6tUION'S VA&qVQ,44+
My15 189 Broadway i
]..,L~a r: -wstree.--
stl et$, ,,ffer for sa le-
h8 w u illes- A large agona m of. the fi a* quality by
the hundred or thousand
Steel Peps Peyryipn, GiteWindlie'- a" bar kinds
wafers--~, b, lack a-nd mixecorst lsisra-
narent ditto, ard MottoSet
Wax-Superior Englich and Americaf ot vious colors
k stands, Wafe r and Sa Boxes ev kind ad
pattern, by the dozen breti
ManifoldWriteisTavel Pdrt nd
Note Port Folios for oes
Maps of every state in etion M
MR=he~ Maps of, the, United Sae
Law Blanks of every kind and other Blanks
Writg Paper and Wrappin a of al nd
sale by the i'eta r
C h eek B 6o h os- A sp lend id a ss r w n f C e k n l
the different Bankofheiv