New-York American
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Title: New-York American
Uniform Title: New-York American (New York, N.Y. 1821)
Alternate title: New York American
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: May 24, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09304809
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System ID: UF00073672:00037
 Related Items
Related Items: New-York American, for the country
Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
Succeeded by: Morning courier and New-York enquirer

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VOL. XXI. NO. 7302.


TERMS-Daily Paper, $10 per annum, payable semi-
mi.W Weeily Tuesday and Friday, $1, payable away
In advance,
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payable always i in advance.
t erm. foradvernising in DailyiPaper4
HALF SQUKARE DAILY-8 lines or less-Flrstminer.
ion, 50 cents; second and third insertilons, each 25
cenis. and 18! cents'orevei y sutsequentinseirtion.
SQUAR E, DAILY-16 lines, or over 8 and less than 16-
Fhrst insertion, 76 cents; second and third insertions,
*ach i cents; and 18|centisfor everysubsequentiinssr
ADVERTISEMENTS keptoiL theintid are charged an
additional price.
ADVERTISEMENTS, ipon whichthe numberoftimes
loriisertion IS NOT MARKED, will be inserted and
charged nntil ordered out.
A LY ADVERTISERS, paperincluded, $40-with-
out the paper, $32per annum: not,however, for a less
period than six months.

SMonthly Report.- Since thie last repoyi 13 persons
have been insared:-
Of whom S areresidents ofthecitv ofNew-York. g
6 areresidentsoutofthecity of New-York,
5 are Mberchants
I a Clergymen
I a Lawyer
O are other pursuits.
[these, thero areinsuredfor I year ana over 4
thereareinsuredfor7 years 9
There are insured for life, 0

O.alutse there areinsure


dfor$l,000 and under 3
dfor $5,000 andunder 10
d for $10,000 and under 0
I. A. NICOLL. Secretary

N Office 54 Wall streak
N EW CAPITAL 300,000 DOY,LARS.-Tht Corn-
ny continuestt make insurance agEdinst loss and damage
fir, and the h .zards of inland navigation.
R. Havens, President,0 B.L. Woolley,
Naiab Taylor, Micab Baldwin,,
Cornelius W. Lawrence, Joseph Ots,
'J Philips Phc -ix,i Fanning C. Tucker,
John Morrison, Meigas D. Benjamiih..
Joseph B. Varnum. [John Rankin,
-David Lee, John D. Wolfe,
Caleb 0. Halsted, Nathaniel Weed,
William V.. Todd," Ferdinand Suydam,
i William couch.
dill LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
A COMPANY have removed their office to 56 Wall
tmeet;' where applications for Insurance against locs or
almagj' by fire will receive prompt attention.
Jdfn L. Bowna Ebenezer Cauldwell
iJon B. Wilis Morris Ketchum
Slla1Hicks Joshua S. Underhill
Rob sAt C Corneis CharlesT. Cromwell
James Barker' Cornelius W Lawrence
Benjamin Cortlo Nathaniel Lord
Lindley Murray Charles Kneeland
H enrv 'IW. Lawrence Edward A. Wright
Stepim'ti Van Wyck Benjamin Clark
[s1a8 Frost Robert B. Minturn
Robert D. Weekb James Lovett
John Wood William Bradford?
Thomas W Jenkins Thomas W. Pearsall
Benjamin Strongg Silas Wood
George HMswy George D. Post
Uriah F. Carpenter Benjamin A. Molt
James H.TitasI Joseph L. Frame,
-Robert H. Bowne.
: tJ. L. BOWNE, Presildent.
JAMES WILKII. SecretarT te2I
L -Persons mayeffectlnsurauceiwiththis companyon
heir ownlives, orthelives ofothes, and either for the
Wheleduration of life, or fora limited period. The pay
ants of premium maybe either made annua-ly or.in h
gross sum.
P'smiumion onehhundred doalia:
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Os O *4 t o) 0 1O M s*;
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14 72 86 1 53 38 48 t 70 3 04
16fi 77 88 156 39 1 57 1 76 11
16 84 901 62 40 1 69 183 320
17 86 91 l64 41 1 78 188 8 3l
is 2 169 42 1 5 89183 40
19 .90 94 t73 43 1 89192 3 51
20 91 95 177 44 190 194363
21 92 971 82 4- 1 91 96 3 73
22 94 99 188 46 1 92 198387
23 97 1 03 193 47 1 93 1 99 4 01
24 99 1,07 1 98 48 1 94 2 02 4 17
25 1co 1 12 2 04 49 1 95 2 04 4 49
26 07117211 50 196 2 094 r0
27.1 1 23 2 17 51 1 97 220 4 75
28 120 1 28 224 522022874 90
29 128 1 31 53 2 10 2 59 5 24
30I 81 13 86 54 2 182 39 5 49
81 132 1 2 43 55 282 32 31 5 78-
21 83 31 6 250 56 2 47 356605
3313 841 8 2 67 57 270 4206 27
34 185 1 1 264 58 3 14 4 31 6 50
.65 136 1 o3 275 i 9 3 67 4 636 76
38 139 1 65 81 60 4 5 4 91 7 00
371 43 1 63 290
'ctney will be received in deposits by the Compary and
Be.u. min trust,, upon which interest will be alloweJ as fols
Upon UBs over $100, irredeemable for I year, 41 pellct
do do 100, do 5rmes. 4 "
do go 100, do 2
Win. Bar James Kent
S I homat W. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime
Win. Lawrence Nicholas Devereux
Benj. Knower Gulian C. Verplanch
,eaor Harmony Henry Brevoort;jr
.0o1.n G. Cotter James McBrides
r omas Suffern John Rathbone, Jr
to n Mason P.G. Stuyvesant
Samuel Tbomson Thomas J. Oaklat
Benjamin L. Swan Stephen Wnitney
Seprhen W arren John Jacob Astor.
Robert Ray Gardner G. Howland
John Johnson Corn. W. Lawrence
Jonathan Goodhu*
WM. BARD,Prsid
5. A. NICOLL, Secretary.
Du fley Atkins, 'hvs'clan to the Compomy. f
CHAINa, &c. &c.-The subscribers receive or-
deis for every description of railroad bars, spikes, spli
clng plates, chains for inclined planes, stay and short
links of improved patent iron, Locomotive engines. &c.
c., at manuifuctureers' prices. A distnguished Engineer
resides 'in England, for the purpose. of inspecting all rail.
way iron and machinery ordered through us
DAVIS, BROOKS-& CO .21 Broad st., New York.
On hand for sale.
S.W tons 2 inch by inch rails, 15 leet each.
."0do '2 do i do 15 do.
with spikes and splicing plates adapted thereto. Orders
for all descriptions of spikes, executed at the shortest no.
tice i al,27 tf
H, AVANA$ZQARS-50,000 Havan Segars, receive
. bied per the Dtomo, from Havana, an invoiceoof Se.
gars, mage fropi old and selected Tobacco, of the follow.
log brands.
100,000 Noriegap, in'half, quarter &no tentn'boxesl
150,000 Dos Con1panerosin do do do do
21,000 Trabucos in do do Io do
10,WO0 Government Regalias, of exquisite Tobacco,
as wellea .ake, .er sa'e by
a17 A./ .BIN INGER & 141 Broadway.
BORD.EACX WINES, trom Barton t. Uuestier.
Table Claret-Vin Ordinaire, in hbda
St. Julien--'Vhitage 1827, in cases. I .doz..each
Batailley-Do. 1827, do do,
Chateau Beychville-do 1827, doldo
Scoville-Do. 1827, do do
Latour-Do. 1827, do do
Lafltte-Do, 1827, do do
Haut Brion-Do. 1827, dode
Latour--Do.'1831 dodo ** ..
-Lafi6t'-bo.'S, 131, do do. ,
These Wines are received direct from the old *andj re.
sietable house ot Barton & Guestler, of J( rdeaux, are el
the first character, put up with great c..re, and recommend
". _.-........^,l^ lrr anlp or :iheral terms, by

AVIS, BROOKS & CO.,19 and 21 Broad sa. offer
for sale, on favorable terms- .
IRON-300 tons English Bar Iron, assortned,,t, round
square. '
200 tons Swedes Iron, common and extra sizes
160 do old and new Sable Iron
1600 bundles English SheetIron. assorted, Nov. 12
to 27
1200 packs It quality, Russla Sheet Iron -,
665( tons Railroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pig Iron, ofapproved stamps
560 do Boiler Plate, English and American
TIN PLATES-So00 boxes Tin Plates, most approved
brands, I X and extravsizes
1000 ingots Banca Tin
CHAIN CABLES-50 tons of Griffith & Lewis' proved
patent Chain Cables,assorted, jinchto 16 inch,
with full supplies of apparatus
BRASS KETTLES-30 casks, assorted, from I to J6o
best German make
NA ILS-1000 casks assorted, Wareham manufacture.
HEMP-100 tons clean Russia Hemp; also, 60tons East
IndiaJute Hem
CORDAGE-1000 coils 1st and 2d quality Russia Cordage
assorted, j to 6 inch-entitled to deuenture.
DUCK, &c.-1800 ps. (ght and heavy Ravens-200 ps.
Russia Sheetings. .
BAGGING-50 rolls; also. 500 coils bale Rope.
FLAX-100 bales water rotted Flax.
WINES-Malaga, dry and sweet, and Muscat Wine in
qr. casks and bbis.- also, Sherry, Port, Madeira,
andClaret, in wood and bottles ; also,1" 00 bkts,
Champagne Wines. -Ruinart' and other brand
RIO COFFEE-5600 bags let quality of new crop Ri
710. Bengal Indigo, entitled t, deb
68gBe5ls greenn and dry salted Buffalo fildes
W 20 -.-6. Cawnpore and Midras Goat Skins
2500 bags Salipet e, 1st and 2d quality
2000 bags Race Ginger
300 bales Juit, 200 bales Munjeet
800 do large, medium and small Gunny Bags
6# do Gunny Cloth, 42inches wide
30 do Safflower; 30 bales Senna
850 cases garnet, liver and orange Shellac
J00 do LacDye
10 do Gum Tragacanth
10 bales Coir Mats
256cases containing 50 carboys Castor Oil
150 Tolls 4.4 white floor Matting
2000 boxes Fire Crackers
10 cases Cassia Oil
1000 mats Cassia, 67 Ibs each
TEAS-10,000 pkgs. green and black ITea, consisting o
Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hyson, Souchong
,,'nd Hyson Skin,4 in .6 & 18lb. boxes, 241b. cases
heats and half chests.
SILKS & SHAWLS--O cases Choppa R( als, rge,
medium, and small size-20 cases ]rvge qnd
small Bandannas; also, 80cases black darsne s,
Synchews, Levantines Luarings and Satine -
white and crimsonPoi.gee Hdkfs., Suchan Pon.
gees and black Hdkfs ; also, 10 cases Canton
Crape Shawls, 3 Cashmere do
ALSO- 5 chests Turxey Opium, put up for the London
60 bales Brazil Ipecac. mhl2

G RINNELL MINTORN & CO.. 134 Front stree
A-havefor sale-
200cases English Sheathing Copper, assorted sizes
from 14 to 32oz,
350 English Hoes; 30 bales Mobile Cotton
2 cases Tortoise Shell
100 bales Calcutta Hides; 60 cases Manillia Indigo
100 casks Gum Senegal,
100 casks Ombr,) Madder
500 bags Crudo Ginger; 2000 bags Saltpetre
140 bales Jute: 500 do Manilla hemp
SO30 cases Grass Cloths
200 cases China Silks, comprising an assortments
black and white Goods, Sewings, &c.
75 qr. casks Lisoon White Wine& 130 bags Sago
0,0o0 bushels German red Wheat
1000 bhis Danish Flour, entitled to debenture
70 bales Printing Cloths
30 oales4 4 brown Shirtings- 10 cases PrintedSatinet.
1100 AUstralian Sheep Skins
1S400 gallons Teal Seed Oil; 300 boxes Sperm Candles
tlOObls Whale Oil; 10,0001bs. Whalebone
10,000 gallons Winter and Fall Oil
TEAS--Young Hyson and Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; Gunpowder and Imperial, in halfchests, cases
and boxes, balanceex ship Oneida, je25*
L P. DE LUZE & VOLZ, No.: 34 Beaver street,
e* offer for sale-
WINES & LIQUORS-20 pires Holland Gin, Black
Horse brand, a superior article, of Messieurs Wm
Paule's & Son, of Rotterdam
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine
.400 baskets Campagne, Sillery Mousseix
50 do do Oeil de Perdrix
100 do do St Peray
300 cases Chambertin
50 do Bordeaux Claret
20 do Kirshenwasser
60 do Maraschino
10 barrels white wine Vinegar
20 cases I men Cambric and Linen .Cambric Hdk is
6 bales Dutch Camblets
4 cases Merinos
2 cases Taffeta Ribbons
3 cases Groa de Naples
15 barrels Paris Green
"8 casks Sulphate of Soda, proper' foriglaes.manu-
3 cases Sponges
3 cases Pistols
And an assortmentQ of Gold and Silver Watches and
Musical Boxes ap20
; I N ES, &c. 600 dozen Madet ia ofl various nratu
and vintages, from 7 to Q0 years old.
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do do do do
100 do Port, of superior quality.
500cases Claret, including Chateau Marganux, Palms.
Margaux, La Fitte, St. Julien, LaTour, &c.&kc
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac. &c.
00 do Vinde Graves.
100 do Burgundy, Romance, Conti,Uhamberttr. &3
100 do .Iermitage, red and r'ite.
100 d'-, Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
600 co Champagne, Clicquot and other favorite ands
100 do "thenish, Hockheimer, Johannesberger, Rudles.
aeimner, Marcobrunner, Liebfraumilch. &c., Mo1
100 j do Canary,( mstantia MsrMcat, Cyprus, Sweetno
Dr.Lisbony Malaga, St. Lucar, &c.
Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Du Puy & Co. ani
Seignette; old Mountain Dew and Iiish Whiskey; reach
and White Brandy- East India Arrack ; Shrub; Metheg-
lin ; Old Jamaica Rum : Old Gin, and a complete assort-
ment of Cordials and Liquors, say Martinique, Cote St.
Andre, Cut acoa,Maraschino, Rosolio. &c.
The most oft he above for sale on draft as well asi n bot
e. by BUNKER & CO.. 13 Maiden Lane. ml
SPRINu t iOiDS.-'rne subscribers offer for sale the
Following goods, received per late arrivals-.
64 Cambrics and Jaconet Muslins
6 4 Tape and Satin Check do
Brocades and Swiss Mus'lin'
6 4 Prii ted Saxonies
Mousselain de Lamnes
Black and white Prints
Birdseye and.Table Diaper*
7 8 and 4 4 Irish Linens
4 4 a 10 4 Sheetinge
3 4 and 4 4 Brown Hollands
Linen Dawlas and Duck
Brown and white Linen Drills
Pongee Hdkfs
Cotton, Hosie.-y, &c. &C.-
W &c.-The subscribers have just received the follow
ing goods, ard they are now landing.
60 cas a Hockheimer Domdeechant:
60 do Rudesheimer
800 cases Chateau Margaux, per the Grand Conde. ol
1834, which is fully equal to any former vintage produced
by thie estate
10 pipes and 20 quarter casks old south side Madeira,
from the house of Newton, Gordon & Co. per the Mexico
10 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy, of 1-08, per the 1lon
tano, per ship Loreno- 530 baskets DLe Brimiont Cham-
paien, highly vinous and fruity. bearing the coat of arms
of De Brimont upon the labels and corks.
Per the -l.ip- Junius from Bordeaux-so50 cases St
Julien; 10 hhds do, and 50 baskets extra quality Aioette.
For sale by A. BININGER & UO
my2l 141 Broadway
I 'LARET WINE --i52 boxes, received i er ship Sla
.) vinia, from Bordeaux, for sale by
GRAVJF & '0.O 2) Broad st.
In store-Chateau Margaux, La I,fi Le,.ville, and
other brands, in cases, each one dozeu, part )ut up with
glass stoppers, just received lowa the most respectable
wine houses at Bordeaux.
Also, Claret, in casks and in boxes, low priced Sauterne
and Vin deGracein boxes. my21

DRJY 4OOD8, &c.

1 has this day received a large assortment of Table
and Piano Covers: among which are 7 and 8 4 Embossed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 67 and 8 4 French printed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 5 6,7 8 and 10 4 Worsted
Tabid and PianoCovers, of all colors. Also, a!l sizes and
colors of Cloth Table and Piano Covers.
my9S J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.
.LVR- PANY will open this morning, one case Moiusse.
lain de Laines, small patterns, suitable for travelling
dresses. mylS 3t
ikRAP D'ET-&-S. & L. HOLMES, 44 Maiden Lane,
have received black and colored Drap D'Ete, for
gentlemen's wear. Also, fine London Drills, by the piece
or at retail.
On hard, gentlemen's Hose and half Hnse. myl6 3t
M EN9 UNDER GARMIENTS.-A large assort-
ment, varying in quality and size, of Shirts and
Praw-vs of almost every description, suitable for the pre-
sent and coming season. Also, Hose and Half Hose, of
all the different fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.
vats, Suspenders, Prussian Dressing Robes, &c, with a
large assortment of Hosiery and Under Garments for
Females For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery
Store, 14 Maiden Laine, by
ClHOPPAS AND uANDANAS-Laige size and extra
C quality, this day received by
myl5 .J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden lane.
"INEN DRILLING-The subscriber has this day
SL received, superfirfe Linen Drilling, which he of-l
fers for sale on reasonable terms.
my15 J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden lane.

TAPLE DRY GOODS.-The subscriber has just re-
ceived a large assortmentlof F foreign and Domestic
Dry Goods; among which are-
4 4 and 9 8 Irish Linens
Barneley and do do Sheetings
Hone Mill and Waltham do
Linen and woollen Crumb Cloths
Marselles and French Quilts
White and colored Counterpanes
Damask Table Clothe and-Napt ins
Embossed Cloth, table and piano covers
Printed do do and do do
: Worsted and Cotton do and do do
SWhite and brown Linen Drillings
SCloths, Cassimeres and Vestings
Bishop Lawns and Brook Muslins
In('a Nankeens, Giighams, and Prints
MoueselinedeLane, &c, &c; all of which he will sell
at -low prices.
myl J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden lane.
IV RATE PRICES.--To strangers-Strangers visiting
the city will find at FOUNTAIN'S Fancy Dry Goods
Store, (No 231 Broadway, adjining the American Hotel,)
an entire and complete assortment of all the various styles
and descriptions of New French Dry Goods, suited to the
season at such prices as will be satisfactory. Am3ng which
are the following:
SILKS-Rich changeable or Glace
Rich striped and figured d
Chines, foulard, plain and glace
Gros D'Afriques, plain and changeable
Gros de Indes do do
Puult de Soles do do
Gros de Naples do do
Rich light Silks, figured and plain, for evening
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
Mantillas, Paris Gausa, MousePne de Laine, Cash-
mere, Thibet Wool and Fancy Hdkfs, of the above de.
EMBROIDERIES-Paris work, of the latest fashions,
Capes, Canezous, Chemize'tes, Collars, Capes, &c.
L&CES-Mechlin, English and French thread, Lielle,
Blonde, Bobbinet, &c. Edgings, of all descriptions
THIN MUSLINS-Just opened, several cases of Paris
Muslins, new designs.
The 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 manufac-
ture. my20
EW GOODS,: NEW GOODS! selling at very re.
duced prices,!!
The subscribers would respectfully inform their cis-
tomdrs, strangers, and others, that they are now selling
their large and seasonable stock of French Fancy aid
Staple Diry Goods, at an immense reduction for cash.-
Th-ir assortment wil be found to compi ase the most nove
and b autilul styles of Fancy Silk, Broche Cashmere
Thibet, arni Camels Hair long and square Shawls, of all
sizeS: plain and figuied Poutt de Sice, Grns d'Afriquel
Velours d'Alger and Satin Reps: plain and figured change.
able Gros de Nap, P de Sjie, and Gros'di'Ar.friqe,'ol
the most delicate and beautiful comlhinatini.si o .colors;
all tho .'r.u m.jo amid blue black w'0-
lines and Crapes; a ve-rr- M-r-Tr"eauiiulvaileiy or
Spring Camnbrica. .Jaconets anid Muslins; Chaliea and
Mousselinesde Lains at all prices; Paris Embroideries,
Thread Laces, Silk, Cotton anJ Woollen Hosiery, Fancy
HdKfrs, Scarfs. &c. &c. by the piece or yard.
mylt lIw HUt'HES & GUYNET, V54 Bnoadway.

A LEX. T. STEWART & CO. have just received,
ik and'offer for sale at their wate rooms, 257 Broad.
Foulard.Silk, superior quality and new patterns
Gros Odier Cambrics, of the latest, styles
Do Jaconets do do do
Embroidered Silk ad Muslin Robes
Do do do Mantillas
A handsome assortment of Silk, Musliniand Valencines
Fancy Silk Bags
New style Embroiderieps,
Together i ith a general assortment of Fancy and Staple
Silk Goods; to which they invite the attention of purchal
sers. my9
C LARKE & COMPANY, No. 337 Broadway, have
now on hard and offer to the ladies of this city, fae
miles from the country and country merchants, a desir.
able assortment of new Spring and Summer Fancy Goods-
consisting of-
Rich Chiene Silks
DJ satin striped Pekin do
Do do do and figured Poude Soia
lDo do do "do Gro do Nap
Do colored stripedand figured do
Do plain and figured changeable
Plain Gro de Afriques
Do Gro de Suisse
Do Armures
Italian Lu.-triig
Poult de Soie and Satins
Eroche Shawl Is,6 4, all wool
Frerch Cashmere do
Embroidered and printed Thibet do
Embroidered Mousseline de Laine ,to
A splendid assortment ofPlain, damask, figured and
Embroidered Silk Shawls anid Ma,tillas
Rich plain and embroidered Fillet Shawls
Do Mloce do
Glaces Silk Squares,with fringes
A large aisorimerit of Paris Lawns
Jaconets, French Prints, Challys
Mousselaine de Laine, Brussels and Thread Laces
Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, Scarls, Fancy Hdkfs,
Bags, &C
A handsome assortment of Paris Embroidery of the new.
eststyle. ap23 Im
11 SCIENCE AND ART, is published every month
by E. LITTELL & CO. 279 Chesnut street, Philadelphia,
at Six Dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant sub.
9cribers are requested to remit a $5 note o,, account.
With the year 1839 begins the Seventh Volume of a
New Series, complete sets of which can be furnished at
Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or 1'wo Dollars and a
Half bound. The New Series is begun because we are no
longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old.
1 Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Edinburgh Re.
2 Railroads, Quarterly Review
3 Despatches uf La Moths Fenelon, Foreign Quarterly
4 Earlier English Moial Songs and Poems,I Black.
wo d's Magazine
Diary of a Dutch Diplomatist in London, Monthly
6 Poetry-The Myltle; Oaks of England; Lament of
the Cherkee ; Kate ; Sonnets by Washington
Brown ; To the Pianet Venus, Amaranth, Black.
wood's Magazine, Bentley's Magazine
7 German Manulactures and English Corn Laws,
Monthly chronicle
8 English Poets, vol 1, Kxamlner
9 Horne's History of Napoleon do
10 Jack Sheppard, Beile)'s Miocellany
11 Fenimore Cooper versus Waltar Scott, Fraser's
12 Civil Engineering in America. Unite-I Service Jour-

FOR SALE. Real E9late at Harlem-consisting
ol 54 lots of land, situated .on the 7th and
son 8.11 Avenues, between ilT7h.and 119th streets.
C Wj wHia b b compwwwdws,*Btiads of stir up.
OnLhem, III-A ; .. -y -- k*O I r;
will be sold as they now are, with the ouildiigs upon them.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS, & .CO. 1 Broad st.
TO LET-The four story Stores Ios. 132 an
l134 Front, corner of Pine street. Apply onth
I-lE premises to
&.Oft LEASE. F Possession given immediately.
%Jf ,commodious Mansion House, with out
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,
witlimn some 55miles of the city of New York, can do so
oo very moderate terms, by making application of
GEORGE P. MORRIS, at the office of the
mh3Utf N.Y Mirror, No I Barclay st.
rTO LhT-lrom no.v till 1st May next, tho
dwelling part of a three story house, situate on
Il the north aide of Canal stre'-, between Varick and
Hudson, the parlors cor: aunice:e with folding
doors, with iron grates and w ,A.le mantels throunhou
the house. Apply to GEORG(4 W GILES, No. 17
Canal street, before 10 A. M., and after 4 P. M. sel9 t.

TO LET-A modern built three story Hous
& on the north side of Tenthstreet, near 2d Avenue,
IL Stuyvesant Place. The House has grates and
"i-umnarble mantel piecesthroughout,mahogany doors,
inder cellar. &s. It ms one ofarow of 10 or 12 houses of
uniform front. Rent moderate.
Also, the dwelling par of a good houseon the North side
f Canal street, between Varick and Hudson street.
Apply toGEORGE W. GILES, at No.171 ('anal st.,
aelore 10 A. M., and after 5 o'clock P.M. mylf tf
TO LET-Several suits oe Offices, at No. 92
1North side of Spruce, near to Nassau streets, as
Scommodious and eligible situated as any in the
city. Possession immediately or on the slet May
next. Inquire opposite, at No 8 Spruce st. felt.
k OR SALE-'Ihe large vacant Lot at the itorth west
cornerol Houston and Mulberry streets, adjoinng
the new 3 story houses on Houston street. The Lot is 35
feet front on Housion street, by about 100 feet in depth
For terms, apply to
mnhli E. K. COLLTNS & CO. 56 South st.
FOR SALE-The splenJid new 3 story Hoese
&a with the Lot in fee, No. 3 University place, near
S Washington square; or of the best houses aia
1 mioet desirable ieoide cea In the city. It Is 3 stories
exclusive ofceller, basement rt I atic, all of wh'ch are
finished in the best modern style, with large parlors, din-
ing room, bathing room, water closet, boilers, &c. com-
plete. The ma.,tels in the principal story are of statuary
and Sienna marble, and the house has been built under the
superintendance of the subscriter-for the residence of the
present owner. It is now ready for occupation. Foe
terms, and a view ot the premises. Apply to
J. GREEN PEARSON, at No 5, rext door,
ap27 or 27 Merchants' Exchange.
SHARLEM I OTS FOR SALE.-Low on Fifth ave
oue, between 14th street and Washington Square will be
sold separately, or several laying together, including the
corner lots, each 26 feet by'.100.
Lotson north side of Eleventhstreet, near Woosterst,
-ach 26 feet6inchesfront, by 103 feet 3 inches deep.
Five lots at Harlem, very eligible situated Theterms
of paymentmade easy and accommodating With those
who wish to build on the lots, the whole put chase money
can remain on mortgage.
Apply to GEORGE W GILES, No. 1 Nassau street,
corner of Wall street, between 1"2 and 3 o'clock P. M.
AONDON BOOKS.-Just received per late anrivals-
SBishop Butler's Works, new edition, one thick vol
Shelly's Poetical Works, vol 2, uniform with Southey
Maunder's Select British Biography, from the earliest
norind to iheo nrpent timei. 1 vol I,,n.o

SHOUSE WANTID-A two story genteel
House for a small family, is wanted in a genteel
IIUpart of the city-if up town, on or near an omni.
i=Mli-bus line. The rent must be low, but will be paid
promptly, and the best care will be taken of the house.
Thoselhaving such a house will state the rent and situation
directed, 1315 upper post office.' nmh7
TO LET. -The new three story buck House,
No 8S Eighth street, below the Fifth Avenue. It
II is flnilhedin the best utyle, with marble mantel
pieces, mahogany doors and plated furniture in
the principal story, and may be occupied immediately. It
was'finished last November and It thoroughly dry and
safe. I
Apply at the office of the New York American, No 74
Cedar st apl3
S FOR SALE.-Seme valuable property in the
City of New Brunswick, New Jersey. consisting
Ii J of houses, stores and farms. Also, a large and
convenient house, awid outhouses, with about 33
acres of good land, pleasaw lv situatted on tne River Rari.
ton, about one miles 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 city.
For particulars inquire of s
ap4 if ISAAC LkWRERNCE, 49a3 Broadway.;-
ber offers for sale, by private contract. the entire
i|IIE Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bounded by
J!i.-. Broadway and Mercer street, Washington and
Waverley piace-i; being the most 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
valuable iniprovements.
It will besoid in one parcel or divided into 15 Lots, viz:
7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the whole front from
Wasbineton to Waverley places,) of about 261 by 96 feet
each; 4 Lots on Washington, and 4 do on Waverleyplaee,
of 26 by 92 feet each
In case of a sale in separate lots, a unilbrm style of im-
provement will be required, and stipulations against nui-
sances. The title is indisputable, and the terms will be
accommodating. For further particulars, and a view of
the map, apply to
1 7. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchange,
1e9 Hanover st.
TO BE LET.-The Cellar under the Store oc-
cupied by the subscribers, corner of Water street
Jj and Borling slip, witi two convenient entrances
from Water street and Brling slip. The cellar
is large and dry.
mh5 tf i. & G. W. BLUNT.
SFUR SALE-II Lots ol Land, situated on
Lewis and Goerick streets, between Rivington and
fl Stanton streets, six on Lewis and five on Goerick
L'A On Lewis street is a large wooden building, for.
merly occupied l1y the late Mr. Eckford as a mould left.
On Goerick street the land is open and a very desirable
situation for a lumber yard or building lots. Apply to
dIO tf DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad sat,
SFOR SALF.-The neat two story brick House
No 18 Bedford street, is incomplete order, having
j.jlHbeen painted and repaired last spring. Possession
I *iwill be given on the first Mav next. The greater
part of the purchase money may remain on bond and mort.
gage. Apply tol
_e9 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad street.
Am& FOR SALE -The t.,ree story, Hou es, now
erecting by the subscriber, on 8th and 9th streets,
between the 5th and 6th Avenues, and which will
be finished on or before the 1st oi April, in the best modern
style, with mahogany doors andplated furniture, marble
mantels and grates throughout. Tie lots, which are 25
feet by halfthe block (94 -ebt 10 Inches) are in fee. Apply
at 5 Lafayette place, or at t e Equitable Insurance Com-
pany, 46 Wall street. W. B. LAWRENCE.
Also for sale or to let, t' or three small three story
Houses on Wavericy Place, west of Washington square-|
AO and Lot No 3 University Placi. The lHou -e is 35
3 feet ftont, 3 L.o lea high, built in the best manner,
A and will be ite .dy for occupation ?bout the middle
of April. The lot :s in fee. Apoly to
mh8 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st.
FOR SALE-The spacious3story Housewith
the lot in fee on the west side of the 5th Avenue,
the first house above W Drevoorts large man-
sion. The lot is 25 by 100, with a teourt yard of
15 feet, and there is a lot adjoining the rear which cAn be
obtained if wanted for a stable. It wi'l be sold on accom-
modating terms. Possession thi first of May next. Apply
fe14 29 Merchants' Exchange,
TO LET, OR LEASE.-The five story fire
proof Store, No. 28 South William street.
Apply to CARY & CO.
Feb. 15 No. 90 Pine street.

pupils, and distributes only '1n an order from the principal.
No accounts witl in any case be made for the pupils, nor
will any expenditures be incuim:-ed for them,further than tb,
amount of money deposited for,%heir use.
y: Wardrobes.-A directress is, employed to take charge of
the wardrobe who devotes herself exclusively tothat duty.
To save much trouble, every putir should have each ar
tidcle of his clothing distinctly marked with the initials of
his name, and possess a 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
- Examinatiens.-An examination is held every Friday I
of the divisions under the several Instructors, in rotation,
and a general examination of all the divisions at the close
ofeach term. These examinations are open to the friends
and patrons of the Institution.
Exhibitions -An exercise in composition and.declama,
tion will conclude each of the semi-annual examinations.
.Apparatus.-The Labaratory a furnished with appal
ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the several
departments, and to exhibit practically the several subjects
connected with the course of study.
Terms.-The terms are 8230 per annum, payable hall
yearly in advance. Requisites, such as fuel, lights, wash
ng, mending, :beds, bedding, books, stationery, &c. are
urnished, and without extra charge.
.qAcademic Year.-The academic year embraces forty
six weeks, in two terms of twenty-three weeks each.
Vacations.-There are two vacations. At the expira-
tion of the first term, there will be a vacation of four
weeks; at the expiration of the'econd, one of two weeks,
known as fall and spring vacations
Directions.- Persons desirous of placing pupils in the
Institute, or ofot. ning further information re ativ to it,
may address the Principal either personally, or through
the Post Office, or J. W. Mitchell, Esq., 6S Cedar street
New York. Caiculars may -be obtained on application r
either ofthe above; also at the book store of Swords.Star
ord|& Co.New York.
O.F F ER Si :
lR w TX7. I? W ArT B't r A ivr D,.4_.-.' -_ a-

An English and Classical Boarding School for
Tarrytown, Westchester Co., New York.
-" _CHARLES H. LYON, A. M. principals.
JL0I Day Scholars are received.
Reference, by rermisslon, to the following gentlemen:
Tai ryLown. --Washington Irving, Esq ; Bev George
Dubois ;. General James Bepedict; Steuben Swartwout
U. S. Senate.-Hon. Daniel Webster.3
Sing Sing.-Rev Dr Creiehton.
Middleton, Connecticut.-Rev Dr Aisk,tPres. Wesleyan
dWashington, D C.-J L O'Sullivan, Esq.
New York Cty -1Hon Gulian C Verplanck William
A uer, LL D,Pres.Columbia College; Rev Dr M'Vickar,
Rev Dr Bangs; Rev Dr Berrian; Herman Le Roy, Esq
Harper & Brothers; irr ,jR VhVn Rensselaer David
Graham, Esq; George T Tn'rmble, Esq.
Alo, to the following gentlemen, whohave sons or wards
in the Institution ; ,.,
Elisha Morrill, Esq; Gen G Strikers; H Weed, Esq
T Woodruff Esq; C harle Osborn, Esq; James Mor.
ris, Esq; William Browning, Esq ; Henry Lott, .-Esq
Freeman Campbell, Esq; Thomas, r9Hue, q. ; Dq
Howe, Esq; Peter Rose, Esq; Thomas Bloomer, sg; R
0 Christopher, Esq; p p Lyon, Esq; S Fanning,Esq;
Measrs H & S Raynor, &e, New York ;'Jacob Le Roy,
Esq, LeRoy,N Y; James M Hoyt, Esq, Jersey City; Dr
A W Gates; P W Paddock, Esq. Yonkers, N Y; Christo.
Pher Appleton, Esq, Pennsylvania; Michael Robins, Esq,
Virginia; William S Jenkins, Esq. Kectucky; William8
Dunham, Esq, Brooklyn, N Y, Kendal S Robins, Esq,
Ibatchez, Miss; Liput Thornton A Jenkins, U S N, Balu-
more; Clark Hammond, Esq, Beekmantown, N Y.
Circualre may be had at W A Colman's, 206 Broadway
T J Crowen,1567 Broadway, and H aS Rayno'-, 76 Bow
cry fe27 3m
.N OTICE.-The Principal or this Institution, grateful
for the very general approbation with which his plan has
been received, begs leave again to bring itto the notice of
that portion of the public who desire for thtir sons a
souod, practical, and christian education.
Third Year.-The first term of the third year of
the Institute willcommence on Wednesday, the first of
May next, and with materially extended facilities in al-
most every department. Essential additions have seen
made, especially in the department of Modern Languages.
The instruction in French particularly is the best that could
be secured. *
Buildings.-The b'tildings for the' Institute are now all
completed, and were erected for the purpose to which they
are devoted. They are new, spacious, andsightly; and are
fitted up on a convenience of plan, and a neatness of style,
whichare not exceeded. They comprise accommnodations
for fifty pupils, rooming in pairs-foi the Instructors
the Principal and the family-a eQeral School Room-Re
citationRooms-a Readina Roo(.-a Laboratory-and a
Locatzon.-The location Is unsurpassed for healthiness
and beauty. It is upon an eminence in the suburbs of the
city securing, by its retirement and elevation, a free and
healthyatmosphere, and commanding an extensive and
delightful view. It ia such asto render it unnecessary for
the pupils to have any connection with the city, except,
when occasionally permitted by the principal, for social
intercourse, and purnosev of business
Grounds.-The Grounds connected with the establish-.
ment are ample and beautiful, affording full scope for re,
creation and amusement.
Teachere.-The Institutiont carried on by the Princi
pal, and assistants of character and experience in the proS
D$esign.-Ita design Is, to impart a thorough and prac.
tical education, upon decidedly Christian principles-to
unite sound learning with pure religion.
Plan and Government--It is conducted upon the plan
of a well regulated Chrik.ian family ; lor the time, the
adopted home of its members
XTne Principal, regarding himself in the place of a pa
rent, encourages a fros and open intercourse between the
pupils aind himself, and endeavors, by winning upon the
affections, and, by the presentation ofproper motives, to
induce a faithful discharge of duty. The government is
therefore strictly parental.
.Arrangement. -In agreement with the natural co nst
tution of the pupil, the school is arranged in three depart-
mects, the Moral, theIntellectual, and the Physical
Moral Department.-TheMoral Department, which In-
volves the government, is supplied by the Principal. It em
braces a course of moral and religious studies, adapted to
each pupil. To the Hol, Scriptures constantreferenceis
made, as the foundation on which alone may be built
solid and enduring character, and as the only safe and prol
per basis of Christian education. The views of scripture
truth, and of religious duty presented, are In strict acl
cordance with the doctrines, discipline, and worship of the
Protestant Episcopal Church. It is the constant ends
vor in this department to win over to the Saviour, and
to his body-the Church-the first and strongest affections
oftheyouthiful heart.
- LuaSJeiu~ Departmewt.-7The 9Intsllectual aWf""ng
-*""-*1-*-*"- ll .1.. -'.2uriB.K. -^ a1* *a~ch cm nflum B
sary Lo husineas and conrnxrcia/ pursuts ;. additornal faJ
cities for instruction in the higher departments of learn
ing, with reference toCollege requirements, to Teaching-
the Professions, and Civil Enaneerinn; also in Vocal Mut
sic, Drawing, and the Moderi Languagev. It is conduct.
ed by the Principal and assistants, and by such ni. qters
as it is necessary trom time to time to employ.
Instruction in this department tis speclaily 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 pul
pil, and his education is directed accordingly. He may
befitted for the Counting Room, for Engineering, for Col
legs, for Teaching, or for the study of the Professions.
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 the exercises of
the school, and instructs in agreeable and useful exercises,
promorive of health and happiness.
Manners and Habits.-Special attention is paid to manj
ners and habits. Associati-, n wkh the family, and wit,-
occasional company, is, for' 'sir iniprovement,encouraged
It is the endeavor.to prepar- "me pupil to move with pro!
priety and ease in every cii :Is ot society. "
Requzrements.-The admission of pupils is restricted to
no particular age. But diligent attention 3,- ..- pertorm-
ance of duties, ann poprieiyof deportment, are expected
all who become members of the institution.
Record and Reports.-A daily record of the defcien
cies ot pupils in their several classes s kept by each teach
er, which is weekly submitted by the principal to each pu
pil; and, at the expiraion of fcur weeks, to the parents or
guardians of ech. in the f,,rm of a report.
gdPocket 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 en future character.' They will,
therefore, be allowed no money, but at the pleasure of the
principal. Thia rule is imperative, and,,enforced, saves ext
pense to the parent and character to the pupil. The Pur,
aer takes change of all nt'neys intended for the use of the

barque Defender, a cargo of Haswell's Wall's Ena
Newcastle Coal, of a superior quality and size, for fa.
mily and manufacturing purposes, for sale low in lots to
suit purchasers, by applying on board, foot of Duane
?ruret, or toI LAING & RANDOLPH,
250 Washington st, and cor of East Broadway and
VQRi t Gouveneuri:
brig Esther, a cargo eot riddled Newcastle Coals, of
a superior quality and size, for smiths' use, for sale low
in ots to suit purchasers, by
LAING & BRANDOLPH, 250 Washington st,
and corner of East Bruadway and GouveneUr st.
my2l 3t
S ACKAWANA COA,.-Broken and Egg size, deliver
_, ed to consumers in New York and Brooklyn, at $6,
50 per ton. Also, Nut Coallat $6-all free of cartage
Apply at the office, at the junction cf East Broadway an'
Division street, at 58 William, corner of Pint street, or .
the Coal Yard, foot o(f Jackson street, Brooklyn. d14
SDNEY AN) PICT'OU COAL-:d00 chaldrons Will
Sney, and 250 do Pictou Coal, of a superior quality
and size,for sale in lots to sut purchasers, by
250,Washingtonlst, cor of Le Roy and Gieenwich|sts,
-.and corner 9f East Broadway and
mh25 Gouverneur ste.
SACKAWANA COAL,. fbr sale by the cargo. ;n
: quire at 53 William street, corner of Pin, d14
g OAL.- The subscribers have ou hand Liverpool Or
/ rel, Sidney, Pictuu, Virginia, fine Liverpoo4Riddled
' Newcastle, and Cannell Coa', for the grate and -hanufac-
turers' use, for sale atthe market rates, ii, lots to suit pur-
chasers. LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington st,
; corner of Le Roy and Greenwichat, and
_mh19 E. Broadway and Governeursts.
SACKAWANA COAL-For sale .by the cargo-De-
.A liverable at Brooklyn. Apply at the office of the
Delaware and Hudson Canal Cor panrry, 53 Pine street
New YorK, or to ALFRED WRIGHT, Agent, atProvi
dence, Rhode Island. d4 tf
SJ)EACH MOUNTAIN COAL.-The subscribers have
I- for sale Peach Mountain Coal, of superior quality, in
broken, egg, lrmp, and nut sizes, at the market price, in
lots to suit pun,hasers.
LAI i" & RANDOLPH, 250WVathineton at.,
I cor. of Le Roy and Gre.awich at. and
ap20 cor. of Ea-4t Broad way and Gouverneur street.
V1IRGINIA COAL AFLOAT-Now tandog from schr
V Elizaoeth. a cargo of Vireinia Coal, of first rate
quality for smiths' use. For sale in lots to suit purcha-
sers, by LAING & RANDOLPH, 2.5'1 Washington st,
and corner of East Broadway and Gouverneur street.
Y ILKY, &. POTNAblM, Importers, &c, 161 BrIoad.
Sv way, N. Y., and Paternostsr Row, London, have
received from London-
Ellis' History of Madagascar ; comprising also tle pro.
gress of the Christian Mission, established in 1818; and an
authentic account of the recent Martyrdom and of the per.
section of the Native Christains, compiled chiefly from
original documents. By Rev Wmn Ellis, Foieign Secre-
tary to the London Missionary Society, in 2 vols. svo.
'jTATIONERtY.-The subscriber havir.g made addi-
a tional supplies to his stock of Stationery, Is now eoa.
bled to furnish counting houses, banks, insurance com-
panies, ho els, &c, with every article in the above line, at
the lowest pi ice and ofsu erior quality.
Orders respectfully solicited, af-d the strictest attention
paid in executing the a, .:ne. Every description of letter
press, copper plate and lithographic printing on reason.
able terms. EDWARD N. KENT. Stationer,
my23 No. 8 Wall street.

E. G. TUCKER, M. D., DENTIST, Success ,
to, Dr. Kimble.. No. 3 Park place. Docter Tucker com*
pleated his Profbseional Studies under the able and ef-
ficient instruction of Harwood & Tucker, of Boston ; and
having been extensively engaged, as well In the mechan-
ical, as the surgical department of 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 13, 1839.
SDoctor Tucker begs leave to preaeflt the following Tes-
timonial from Dr. Kimball :
DOCTOR KIMBALL, in relinquishing his practice as
a Dentist, begs leave to cffir his heartfelt acknowledg-
mewts for the distinguished, as well as very extensive pal
tronage, which be has enjoyed in the city of New York.
His successor, E. G. TUCKER, M. D., who has taken
his station at No. 3 in Park place, at the express solicita-
tion ofDr. Kimball himself, he now introduces, without re.
serve .and without hesitation, as a gentleman, who, in
every way, trom his high professional education and his
signal skill in manipulating, is entitled to the fullest re-
spect and confidence of the public. DR. TUCKER,
from his own successful practice, justly stands amongst
the most eminent operators in the country.
He manufactures that kind of mineral teeth which Dr.
Kimball used in his veiy extensive practice The beauty
of these teeth, as wel'astheir durability-in a word, their
resemblance to nature-has given 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 adt the corifiderwce) of Dr.
Kimball; but certainly no iFeeling cf oonsaieration t0';
wards them could, in his judgment, justify him in with.
holding from his successor, DR. TUCKER, the meed of
pre-emfience In the eomposltion, structure and arrange.
ment of artficial teeth, which he has held, and muqt ever
hold, as one of the most difficult, as well as important, de-
partments of DENTLtA. SL R GrRY.
SDr. Kimball will merely add, In justification of his ac-
complished successor, as well as himself, that this recom.
mendation is unsolicited, and that, in the issue, he has no
interest whatever. .
New York, April 2,1839.
STestimonial from Doctors Harwood & Tucker, of Boa.
We have carefully perused the above recommendation
of Dr. E. G. Tucker, whom indeed we had the honor to
educate in bis profession, and do mostcheerfully confirm.
in all its.parts, the very handsome testimonial of our
friend, Dr. Kimhnball.' HARWOOD & TUCKER.
Boston, April 5, 1839. ap13 d6m&lawna
and effectual remedy for the summer complaints,
viz: Diarrhoea and Cholera ,Martbus ; also Flatulent and
Spasmodic Cholic#; having been tested throughout t.he
State of New York and elsewhere, during the last twelve
years, witftcomplete success.
Thisis undoubtedly the beat Medicine now in use for the
above named diseases, and most of the Coughs, Lung
complaints and Bowel affections incident to our country.
The summer and autumnal Diarrheas (commonly known
by the term Dysenteries) that yearly make such dreadful
havoc among children, sweeping thousands to their graves
in spite of 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 most happy effects, If the doses be
increased in quantity and frequency according to the vio-
lence of the symptoms, which ought and can always be
done with pei feet safety-and if any failure should occur,
it must be owing to a criminal negligence. It speedily re.
lives Vomitings, Gripings, Flatulent and Spasmodic
Chol;cs. Its anodyne properties render it peculiarly ap-
plicable in Cramps, likewise restlessness and weariness
of limbs. It is peculiarly useful for children when teeth.
ing, as it allays Irritation, induces moderate perspiration,
and proJuces sleep, being superior to the Elixir Pare-
goric, the too free use of which has often proved injurious
by causing-visceral obstructions, iqflammatien and fever.
This medicine Is discovered to be a certain and effectual
remedy for the intestinal diseases produced by the drinking
of the waters of the rivers in thbe southern ard southwestern
States, which renders it of ivestimable value to those who
reside or travel in those sections of tte coprtry.
The inventor, aware that it is the fate of all prepare.
tions put up for public use, to be indiscriminately con.
demned by many, either flom selfish motives, or a desire
to discover uncommon skill without knowing anything of
their'compoaition or medical virtue, and notwithstanding
however unjust such dei-ioi may be, or whatever weight
they may have, yeL he confidently believes this medicine
prepared With the greatest cautdo i and from the best and
most' suitable ingredients, wll be ;found to relieve the
- afflic-el. He would call the attenion of the public to the
centificates accompanying each bottle, from gentlemen of
the highest respectability, among whom are several physi.
clans and surgeons of undoubted talents and acquire.
mentis. .
SOUrIIKRN and Western Merchants, no in this
city, are respectfully Invited to call and examine a
beautiful and original art.le, called Gold and Silver Fluid,
for ornamental penmanship. Writingof every description
.rf d with superior article, has "abrMlliancy ol
-i gold B.d~ *liver.
On hand-A Jarge quarnity of the bova, packed ready
for exporttion.
Orders from abroad will meet with immediate attention,
direr ted to the inventor and proprietor.
EDWARD N. KENT, Stationer,
myO0 1w No 3 Wall street.

The reading of the minutes was dispensed with.
Michael Anthony,Keeper of Tompkins Square,
wns removed, and J. Oakley was appointed in his
place. Considerable opposition was made to this
medure by the Whig members. Aid. Woodhull
.ndI Assistant Aid. Graham urged the claims of
Mr. Anthony to retain his situation, on the ground
,hat he was a man of seventy six years old, and
unfib for any other situatio-.-that he had been a
soldier of the revolution, and that a pension or
about forty dollars and tie emoluments of thins
office constitute the only means of support for im-
self and a family of females who were entirely
dependent upon him. ,. ,
Alderman Purdy replied by citing the instances
,of Cmarleb Mills, Collector,,of Assessments, and
Davtd Lyons, Keeper of the Park, who hasaid
had been reW.ovedby the Whig Common Council,
although both officers of the Revolution. ... "
Mr. Graham denied the validity of the argu-
ment, even if the facts wets truly iated, and said
that he could Inot see how the example of Whigs
on the very oases where; their conduct had been
mo"t severely censured by their opponents, could
Justify those wrho, pretended to thce purer democra-
cy. But he contended that the facts were not as
they had been stated-that Mr. Mills was,not
known to have been a revolutionary officer-that
he was not removed from an office that he was
fitted for, but from one whiBh his age was entirely
r incapable of flling-and that Mr.Lyons never had
been.,Keeper of the Park, but had been only a
candidate, and that there was a wide difference
between refusing to put a man into office and re-
movirg him from one that he filled to the satisfac-
tion of every body.
John W. Whitney, Keeper of the Battery, was
removed, and "John 'A. Thomas wa's appointed ia
Shis place. .... ..
Peter Rand'all, Sitreet Inspectoy' of the 12th
Ward, was removed, and Martin Wilsie appoint.
ed in his place.
William Chapman was appointed Dock Master
in the 12th Ward.
Thomas 3. Velaren, Assistant Deputy Clerk of
Washington Market, was removed, and Philip H.
Fink was appointed in his place.
William Spratt, Weigher at Washington Market,
removed, and Charles D. Dikes was appointed in
his place.
Samuel Baldwin, Assistant Deputy Keeper of
the Penitentiary, was removed, and Daniel Kear-
ney was appointed in his place.
William Howell wasre-appointed Deputy Keeper
of the Penitentiary.
Morris Franklin was removed from the office of
Fire Commissioner.
In opposition td this removal Mr. Graham
warned the majority against making this office a
political one, for he assured them that in such an
event there were great doubts if the Insurance
Companies would continue their donation to the
support of ttire office. He spoke in the highest
terms of Mr. Franklin, and appealed to the mass
of reports drawn up by him while in the Board of
Assistants in proof of his peculiar fitness for the
duties of Fire Commissioner.
Jbhn Ryker, Jr. waa appointed Fire Commis-
sioner in place of Morris Franklin, removed.
James Deforest, Fire Commissioner, was re-
moved, and James M. Valentine was appointed in
his place. .
John Foot, Fire Commissioner, was removed,
and Charles Del Vecchio was appointed in his
George W. Park was removed from the office of
Clerk of Franklin Market, and William G. Butler
was appointed in his place.
Lawrence Wiehurn, Clerk of Clinton Market,
was removed, and Walter Heyer was appointed in
his place.
David S. Crane, City Weigher, was removed,
and Samuel Osgood was appointed in hisplace.
Chandler R. Gilmau, Physician of the City Pri-
son, was removed, and John S. L. Tonnelier was
appointed in his place.
hie following Inspectors of Firewood were .rc-
movz-ir-Davil Gould, Isaac, icjitols, Benjamin
HallOck. Richard Rdynor, E.J4 pp, Gren-
nardl, E. lair, ,Th.mnnas Jeroleman, D. Harris,
S~ephe h Whetnn, J. Shay, E. Lippincot, C,.De
pew, S, Und, hilll' H. Baker, T. EJgr, H. Rin-
dell, J.' Crwiin, M. Harsen,. Lefferts, S8. Nat-
trap, H. B. Earle, J. J. Parrington, S. J. Wilson.
The following were appointed in their places:
J. Johnson G. Whi field, M. Orange, J. Darrow,
P. Manoin, R. Grant, John W. Donglass, W.,T
King, E. Knapp, P. Conlan, John Knap41E.
Reed, J.'Wood, W. Hughes, P. Van Natter_,E.
D~igg, W, W. Hillieker, J. Snow, S. Ferris, Ar-
net Brown, J. B. Fox, S. Lewis, J. Springsteen, J.
Corwin, W. Van Wart, Jacob Vincent, B.TNieholl,
J. Eldred, A. Van Arsdale, J. Darke and J. Ha-
g e rm a n .. -
William A. Haydock, Captain of the 1st dise-'







Ir"w the Gazette.]
I Thurday, May '.

Petions-Of 414 cartmen, to have thu office of
Inspector of Carts abolished.
Aid. Lawrence offered a resolution for the ap-
pointment of a comminice to make arrangements
for celebrating the Fourth of July, which was laid
upon the table.
A resolution from the Board of Assistants, re-
questing the Cqojnmissioners of Eatimatg and As-
baesment in the matter of laying out Mount Mor-
ris Squire, to defer presenting I heiriport to the
Supreme Court until the further order of the Com-
mon Council, was concurred 1i,
Aid. Phoenix offered a resolution recommending
a further donation ofonehundred dollars to Joseph
Hopkins, a ciy watchman,. who w&a severely
stabbed while in the performance of his duty in
February last-Adopted.
On motion of Aid. Talmage, th Board took up
the resolutionifrom the other Board ic favor of ap-
pointing a special committee on the subject of the
Crowon Aqueduct, which was non-concurred in
without debate.
Aid. Willis offered a resolution that a committee
be appointed to inquire and report on the expedi-
ency of reducing (he contingent expenses of the
Common Council-which was adopted,and Messrs.
Willis, Talmage, and Banson, were appointed
such committee.
Aid. Liwrbnee offered a resolution of reference
to heI Market Committee, to report upon the ex-
pediency of repealing so much of the market laws
as prevents the sale of meat in other places than
the regular markeis-Adopted. f
Aid. Phmonix offered a resolution of` inquiry as
to the expediency of having the streets cleaned by
contract-Referred, -
By Aid. Nash-Resolution to give the Institu-
Lion for the Blind one hundred loads of sitreetma-
The members of the other Board then came
into -the H[ll and the Common Cduncil met in



Ind Sidion Sinitir and faaaue aarelts0o Ma p0
pointed in their placss...
Isaac M; Crane and Joseph C. Forbes, Assistant
Captains of the 3d district Watch, were removed,
and Edward Field and Stephen Lounasberry were
appointed in their places.
John Demarest, Captain of the 4-h district Wrtch
was removed, and Harris Wines was appointed in
his place.
Assistant Aldbrman Bdylis herufioved to insert
the word prot~ribed" in pla0e of tha word "re-
moved," but thilBoard reftised to amend.
Nathaniel Hepburwn, Captain of the 4th district
Watch, w*as removed, and John Rowe was ap
pointed in his place.
Charles R. Sutherland and Peter Van Iderstine,
Assistant Captanins of the 4th district Watch, were
removed, and John Lefferts and Daniel Van Saun
were appointed-in their places.
Andrew Van Slarcom and Andrew Sinclair, As-
sistant Captains of the 4th district Watch, were
removed, and John M'Farlane and Frederick A.
Hornet were appointed in their places.
Joseph Gale, Captain pf the 5th district Wa'cb,
was removed, and Alexander May was appointed
in his place.
J. E. Woolley and Charles Meech, Assistant
Captains 6f the 5th district Watch, wera removed,
and Elward Palmer and Joseph Power were ap-
pointed in their places.
JonasCheshire and Simon Wood, Assistant Cap-
tains of the 5th district Watch, were removed, and
Philip Randall and Timothy Lockwood were ap-
pointed in their places.
Jacob B. Clark, Captain of the 5th district city
Watch, was removed, and Wmn. 0. Webb was
appointed in his place.
The resignation of -J. W. Van Benthuysen,
Captain of the 6fh district Watch, was ace, pted,
and Daniel Fisher was appointed in his place.
Harman Teal, Captain of the 6th dist lct Watch,
was removed, and Oliver Willett was appointed in
his place.
Francis Fenton and George Goodwin, Assistant
Captains of the 6th district Watch, were removed,
and Matthias Crane and D.niql Garthwaite were
appointed in their places.
Ward Pringle and Samuel W. Sloan, Assistant
Captasirs of the 6th district Watch, were removed,
and Adam Bross was appointed to fill one of the
vacancies thus occasioned.
SWilliam H. Stephens was appointed day police
officer in the 6th Ward.
The following weighers of anthracite coal were
removed, viz-William Cadle, Robert Binhy, John
Matthews, W. t. Darling, Robert R. Lorron,
Charles Fredericks, R. K. Moulton, Patrick IM'Ar-
die, Henry Close, Stephen Davenport, Albert
Cocks, William Jackson, James Sc, ymser, Samuel
D. Throop.
The following were appointed in their places,
.viz: Michael Smith, David Parkes, W. Williams,
Lewis Smith, John H. Smith, John H. Blackwell,
John Van Bussam, John A. Patterson, Samuel
Matthews, John Helms, Birtholeman Riley, Josh-
ua W. Simmons, Elijah Devoe, Wm. D. Flana-
gan, and Abiel Swift.
Mart Vahley was appointed inspector of pave-
Janmes Barr, superintendent of wharves, was
The Joint Meeting then adjourned till Monday
evening next, at 5 P. M.
The Board met at half past 5 o'clock, the Prne-
sident in the chair.
The minutes of the lastmeeeting were read and
The President announcer d that he. had appointed
Berman E. Burling, Assistant Clerk and reader to
the Board.
On motion of Mr.. Graham, sundry papers,
which had been before the Law Committee, were
referred to the present committee, so ordered.
Petitions-From J. M. Gaietely, and others.
against peddling in the public streets-re(erred to
the Police Committee.
Of L. N. Simpson for relief from tax-referred
to the committee en assessments.
From sundry persons at Harlem against open-
ing Mount Morris Square-referred to the com-
mittee on Lands und Places.
Resolutions-That ths commissioners fr open-
ing Mount Morris Square be requested to delay
presenting their report until the first Tuesday in
September next-adopted.
That the Comptroller be directed to pay Mr.
Beecher $52 50 for his services as Street Inspector
of ihe First Ward-adopted.
The Board then adjourned to the Aldermen's


Office, NZo. i Wall street, corner of Br.2 4 :1.

The folly and wickedness of a few men on each
- side of the Northorn and Eastern frontier,are leading
to fresh difficulties, which nothing but the real and
hon st purpose of the regular officers in command in
both services, to maintain the peace and uphold the
laws of the two nations, could prevent frm* break-
ing out into open hostilities.
The annexed letter,'which we fin, in last night's
Commercial, details a new instance, in which mob
violence was the source of a wrong and outrage to

an American vessel, which, the momentthe regular
forces appeared, were redressed and atoned for.
Steamboat United States,
"Lake Ontario, May 20, 1839.
"Dear Sir: In accordance with your request, I
proceed to state the circumstances attending the
seizure of the American schooner G. 8, Weeks
by the collector, Cel. Fraser, of the port of Brock-
ville, and her subsequent delivery to lcert atet
and owner by the same officer. -
"The schooner is owned at Oswego, and was
laden with about 90 tonsof merchandise, consigned
by myself to owners in Broekville, Morristown and
Ogdensburgh-the former a Canadian port, the
two latter American ports, on the river St. Law-
"A. part of the cargo consisted of a cannot,
with its cearriage-thegun dismounted, the wheels
taken from the carriage, and the whole placed oa
the deck of the vessel, and conmigaed regularly on
her bills of lading to, the captain ef an artillery
company at Ogdensbargh.
"The schooner arrived at Broekvill e about noon
on Friday, ihq 17t- aId asutM. sual ina schb eases,
reported her cargo for Brocktilie to the revenue
officer, and received frem the deputy collector
permit' to land the Brockvills econsignmemnts, ad
then to depart on her voyage.
While discharging this cargo, she was seized
by the collector, Col. Fraser, and takes from toe
possession of the master. The litter, hewaevar,
was suffered with his crew to rem'sin on board, hat
was not allowed to exircise'control over any thing
belenginn to the srehoonr or cargo-not even so
much a to work her pumps. ,- J
'"The cannon was now taken frM o her deaEi
ltd a mob suffered to outtat and parade it in i.
umph through the streets. Te wee also allowed
to ransack the lading of th vessel, to ,stan"
e maks of liquor on hir deck, sad break open and
pillage boxes of fruit, and to commit other acts of
-- Tiotffee; .- ifruistnm,ltfheM epredations in amount
were inconsiderable, bui t'.e circumstances seem
to show dereliction of duty on the part of the offi-
cer, Colonel Fraser.
'- O hearing that th"AeoMVr W detained at
Broekvile, under circumstanees as above detailed,
SColonel Worth, commanding th" U. S. forces on
Y.ic0rntier, proceeded to Brookvile in the U. S.
steamiWQ neida,.wih a small military force, where

that the eotleetoer w as t Idgated, ot perhap* driven,
to the commission of the act by the populace,
whom the civil authorities had not the power to
control. The more respectable portion of the peo-
pie bf Breckville, however, were entirely opposed
to the procedure, as entirely unwarrantable, and
exerted themselves in every way to cause a speedy
restoration of the vessel and property. I have the
honor to be, sir, your obedient servant,
1' HgNaY FIiZHnGM.
"J. E. Small, E-q., M. P. P."
As regards the Eastern Frontier, some of our
people have, it seems, been playing the fool. A
Captain Nye, in charge of an armed posse, has,
contrary to the spirit and letter, as we believe, of
the arrangement between General Scott and Sir
J. Harvey-which contemplated that the Ameri-
can Warden and his force should not extend their
authority beyond the Aroostook-made an excur-
sion to the north of the St. John's, and driven (ff
byforce, a party sent thither by the British War-
den, Mr. McLaughlin, to seiz3 certain timber cut
in the disputed territory.
The Agent of Maine, Mr. McIntyre, was not
present--or he would, we presume, have restrained
this vexatious and unnecessary, not to say unlaw-
ful, demensiration of zeal on the part of Captain
As it is, we must rely upon the honesty and
liberal purpose of the authorities of the U. States
and of Maine, as subordin ate to them, to carry
out, in their true spirit and meaning, the arrange-
ment which restored harmony to the North-East-
ern border-until final negotiations between the
Governments of the two nations shall definitively
settle the question.

[From the Nat. Intelligence of Wednesday.\
Our latest accounts from Florida, we are sorry
to say, are any thing but consoling to the patriot or
the philanthropist. In the Pensacola Gazette of
the 11th instant, we find the following para.
THE SEMINOLE WAR.-No hopes seem to be
any longer entertained that the embassy of Gen.
Macomb to the Seminoles will end in any thing
beneficial. Lieut. Reynolds, who passed through
this place last week on his way from Tampa Bay,
brings intelligence that the Chief, on whose good
offices General Macomb chiefly relied, has not only
refused to treat, but has betaken himself and all his
people to the woods. The truth is, they consider
the whites to have been badly whipped, and it is
nearly time that we should take the same view of
the matter. The language they now use is, Let
us alone and we will not molest you-remain at
your posts or your homes, and we will not attack
you-but if you make rar on us, we will fight as
long as our ammunition lasts, and when this is
gone we will take to the bow and arrow.'"
From another quarter of Fiorida the last mail
brought us the following distressing intelligence:
[From the Jlpalachicola Gazette J
MoRz INDIAN MURDERS.-We received by the
mail boat Commerce, this evening, the following
SA party of 15 or 20 Indians, recognized to be
Creeks, simultaneously attacked the settlements of
Roberts, at Stefanulgee, and John and Nathan
Smith's, Rico's Bluff. They burnt Robert's house,
Skilled a little boy, and wounded Roberts himself,
who, with his wife, a man named Aldrich, and
four children, escaped.
At Smith's settlement, it is supposed that Nd-
than Smith'. three children, a Mrs. Richards and
her five children, and a man named White, were
murdered. N. Smith, with his wife, another we.
man, and two men, escaped. John Lamb 'was
severely wounded; he recognized the Indians to
be Creeks. Sixteen of the fugitives, men, women,
and children, came down on the'mail boat, and are
completely destitute. Several of the Indians were
see n on the banks of the river as the boat came
through the narrows seven miles above Fort Gads.
INDIAN FRONTIBR.-Some two thousand Ca-
manches, and the Osages, says an Arkansas pa-
per, are to hold in June a council of war at the old
Pawnee village, on Red River, some eighty miles
above the Wacoe village, in order to go against the
Potawattamies; and declared that they intended
destroying every American from Missouri who
might fall in their way.

The disposition among the decent portion of the
Van Buren party to rid themselves of Richard M.
Johnson rs be. im'nr daily n-ore maniltea. inde.ti, _
they have 'every reasoui to- be" sickt0f a bargain"
which brought with it no increase of strength, but
grtH lees of credit. Their consciences would have
been less lender on the subject had Kentucky, the
Colonel's native State, or any portion of that.
Great West which was Stid to have responded so
enthusiastically to the Tecumseh-killet's nomina-
tion, evinced the least gratitude to the party for
thus eleva-ing a reputed "favorite son." But they
are sensibly alive to the infamy of running such -
man for Vice President of these United Stales,
when they can gain nothing by it. Hence the
"feelers" thrown out in all directions to ascertain

how a direct proposition to drop Colonel Johncon
wou'd be received by the party.-[Albany Daily
SAFRTY FUND NOTES.-The agreement made
between the Western Safety Fund Banks and the
Bank of the tate of New York, Leather Manu-
facturers, and Merchants' Exchange Banks in this
city, has leew renewed for another year. It has
worked well since it was adopted. By this agree-
meant the Safety FuMnd Banks notes are bought at
harper cent, discount by the city biuDks, and the
saftotry banks are entitled tO twenty-two days
time for the redemption of their notes and engage to
keep their af sts wi* the contracting city
b-an Js.-Otour. Cam.)
NEw ORLZAS,M-.y 16.
By a decisoo of the Beard at D etorsof the
Commercial Bestik, all notes under mewal there,
itay be extended, s they mature, Vix months,
upon the payment of twniy per see-.-ifltia.,

DsCATa,.-Tb* Branden (Ms.) Seutinel of the
8th, has a paragraph to the effect that the editors
had received information by a gentleman direct
from Dcatur, that the Real Eetate Bank at that
place, was set e n ire by a mob, and burned, to-
gether with all the books and paprs. Nothing
was saved. He also Stated that if the mob was not
quelled, they would wreak their vengeance on the
person and property of the directors. So much
for mob law in Missisppi.

i the large lis f ofab ske and Mitls recovered
*roat William Gill, the prt rider, who lately robbed
h e expressm niail destined f allvill andd morth,
were thes following, drawn in favor of gentlemen in
the c*y of Louisville:
Thire bilts drawn by W. H. Lambeth &Tbomp-
son, in favor nf Messrs Pope, Davis & Co. ean James
Oonatftmn, sq., New York, all dated 16th April;
one fr f2,bO4, one $3 500, oe 4,000-duplieate
of ihe 17th April.
Bihl drawn by James Erwin in favor qf Messrs
H. Hill &,Co. for emb thousand dollars on
Gen. James 8 aiby, of LiagtoH,iKy., dated 17th
Ap il,-11M.
The whole amoumt of the bills and checks recov-
ered Sas wets to about OIf2,OO. The following
was the list"f tetter* fte Louisvitfe :

tPor the Mew tork .merieati.
This exhibition is tolerable so far as it goes. It
contains a few specimens of good drawing and co-
lor, and correct imitation of external nature. But
little more than this can be said of it. In displays
of a graceful, poetical fancy, grandeur of design,
and lofty imagination, it is well nigh barren. To
contradict this criticism, Mr. Weir's picture will
be cited by many. There is, undoubtedly, much
to admire in this production. For prospective,
chiar 'oscuro and fidelity to nature in form and co-
lor, the artist may properly offer this as a study to
his pupils. What can be more true than the log,
the shadow of the sword, the light gleaming upon
helmet and back-plate, the depth of the cell, the
quiet dungeon-like atmosphere of the scene It is
in the poetry of the group-in that quality which
changes a picture from being a mere faithful imi-
tation of outward forms to an embodying of lofty
original thought-that we are disappointed. Mr.
Weir has avoided some of the difficulties of his
subject by showing us the back of the soldier and
making the woman-Agamemnon-like-hide her
face in her blanket. But in drawing the standing
Indian-the experimentum crucis of the piece, in
which, if he had succeeded, he would have elevat-
ed his name to very high rank among American
painters; he has signally failed. It is a pity that
this principal figure had not also hidden his face,
and concealed from us that expression which may
have belonged to some whining half-breed, but
never to the heroic Sachem-the Indian of poetry
and art. We are grateful to Mr. Weir, however,
for what he has accomplished in this piece. He
has entered a field, that of our colonial history,
which, it is surp! ising, has remained so long un-
cultivated, since it affords so many instances of
solemn trial and touching pathos.
This exhibition contains several works in a
lower department of the art, such as are called by
the French tableaux desocielt, in which, generally,
little more than a display of graceful humor is at-
tempted. Mr. Huntingdon's "Lover's Surprise',-
licks truth. It is a picture of ladies ind gentlemen
playing parts. Mr. Ro.isiter's" Studio" has some
beauties, such as the expression of the young wo-
mon's face, but is too sketchy and unfinished for
works in this department. The two pictures by
Edmonds, although not exactly belonging to this
class, are better than any of-them. Their color is
pleasing, being clear and silvery ; reminding one
a little of Wilkie's first style. In the'Dutch scene by
Q.uidor, every personage seems under the influence
ot the galvanic battery. We have fault to find
with Mount, our Ten:ers, the vigorous portrayer
of rustic life. The single picture he has contributed
is a poor specimen of his taler is, and the works in
a similar style by Deas a rd others, are bad substi-
tutes for h's; since howe% r spnri'ed and amusing,
they are too defective in form and color tor the
walls of an exhibition-room.
Of the landscapes, there is little to be said.
Where is Cole-the magician Cole, he who can
lift the veil of time and sense, and bid us look out
upon dream-land? We could have pardoned his
scattered lights and superfluous gotgeousnesa for
one green spot created by his imaginative pencil in
this wilderness. The paintings of Selons, although
somewhat in the panorama style, are very correct
representations of the scenes they imitate. The
aerial perspective, in particular, is happily man-
aged. The productions of Bleecker are promising.
Of these, No. 217 is the best, where a I ght fore-
ground and dark middle-distance produce a pleas-
irg effect. Doughty appears here, as always, the
faithful servant of quiet nature. This is a picture
of his which almost brings tears to the eyes of those
of us who were country-boys, and think, sometimes
-as we walk the hot and dusty streets-of
"The house where we were born."
But why has our painter injured the whole, by
putting in two little girls and a dog, which look like
copies of Dutch toys ?
As to anmal-painting, there is none of it. Those
views are not to be flattered with this name, which
exhibit processions called "Cattle going to water."
Is there no Elwin Landseer among us? Are all
our faithful dogs and horses to descend to their
graves unhonored ?
And now for the portraits-the one hundred and
we are tempted to exclaim, with the nake dTndlan,
when asked if he was not cold-" it is all face."
The human countenance, in every mood of ex-
pression, from the savage to the stupid-from the
nonchalant to the would.be irresistible, stares at us
on all sides. It seems a realization of some dread-
ful dream, in which we are tormented by the eter-
nal presence of a wilderness of faces. Governors
in their shirt-sleeves; romantic youths in cloaks,
gazing bare-headed at the sunset; orators making
speeches to themselves in closets; melancholy
maidens, in surplice waists, emerging from thun-
der-clouds ; and various other curious displays of
humanity intrude upon our notice. But, in this
multitude of heads there are a few which are not

easily forgotten. And first-to the lady in black
velvet, by Page, with that air of quiet, patrician
dignity, do we doff our hats, as to the Queen of the
We pray that graceful girl, whose ",shining,
morning face" beams from under the dingy color-
ing of Gambardella, to pardon us for the fixedness
of our gaze ; but it is before the wife of Alexander
that we find our steps most often arrested. Is it
not proper to call this the most poetical picture in
the exhibition ? Here, verily, is that looking
forth of the soul through the eyes," which Lord
Byron said "constitutes beauty." How simple
the attire-how unaffected the attitude-how easy
the position of the hands! And how that dark
shadowing, which pervades the whole, shuts up
the lady in modest privacy, securing her from the
stars of the vulgar, keeping out all eyes but those
of respectful admiration!
Ienarn's portrait of Dr. Croswell is his best work
hre. It is almost a Stuart in color. His little
child (57) is a most beautiful poetical conception.
It is not, however, of flesh and blood, but a dream-
child, fed upon May.dew, and the perfume of flow-
ers. The head of the British nival officer, by
Frotbingham, has a very marked and spirited
The Onondaga Chief, by Wilgus, without pre-
tension i-nd devoid of all artifice to attract notice,
displays with considerable power, the stern dignity
of the Indian. Mention should be made here, also,
of "The Brothers," and "Massaniello," two pic-
tures by Freeman, which contain much that is
pleasing, and of another by Rossiter, called The
Tokrn," which is very richly colored. The great
mass of the portraits, however, are wretched, and
why some of them are permitted to disgrace the
walls, it is difficult to conj, cture, except they have
been placed there as foils for the others, or to show
to what depths Art can sometimes descend. H.

STATES CIRCMT CouRT.-Judge Betts presiding-
Samuel F. Derr v8. Jesse Hoyt..-.This was an
action brought by the plaintiff, an extensive im-
porter of French Goods, against the defendant, the
Collector of this port ,to recover back the sum of $88
60, being the amount of duties charged on an im-
portation of" Twist."
These duties had been charred under the

Pated lby the testimony addticed In this ease, d
rule which the merchants had protested against,
and this was a question for the jury to pass upon.
The jury, without leaving their seats, found a
verdict for the plaintiff for the amount claimed,
namely, $88 60: thus sustaining the protest of
the merchants, that twist is not liable to payment
of outy;
For the plaintiff, Daniel Lord, Jr,; for the de-
fondant, B. F. Butler, Esq.

IMPORTANT LEGAL Dscisious.-The Supreme
Court of Louisiana, decided at New Orleans on
the 14th inst. in the case of the Atchafalaya Bank
vs DAwson, that the forfeiture of Bank charters by
the suspension of spdcie paymten-s does not accru"
to individuals or to any person or party, but to the
State which gave them; and it alone can avail of
forfeiture and take away the charters. That al-
though by a clause in the charter of the Atchafala-
ya Bink and some others, in case of a sLspensio.
of specie payments for 90 days, the charter is ipso
facto forfeited, yet the Bank continues to exist and
can sue and be sued until the State choose to insti-
tute proceedings and take from it its charter. In
other words, that bank charters are contracts
between the State which grants, and the corpo-
rators or stockholders wl.-j accept and receive
them.-[Newaik Daily Adv.]
Special or General Partners.- A case was tried
in the United States District Court in New York
yesterday, in which Elijah T. Hubbard and Hen-
ty Canrington were plaintiffs, and Edward M,
Morgan, Wm.H. Jossup, Henry T. Morgan, and
Knowles Taylor, were defendants, to test the
questiorfas to whether this latter defendant was a
special or general partner in the firm of Edward
M. Morgan & Co. of Wall street.
The action was an action of assumpsit, and was
brought to recover the amount of a balance of an
account alleged to be due the plaintiffs, who re-
Sided and were in business in Illinois on the 22d of
January, 1838. The amount claimed was $10,179
75, with interest.
It app mared that Mr. Taylor had put $75,000 into
the firm as a special partner, but had neglected to
comply with the provision in the law authorizing
special partnerships, which requires that the bu.
siness of the partnership shall be conducted under
a ficm in which the names of the general partners
only shall be inserted without the addition of
the word Company,' or other general term:"
for the word Company was used in the certificate
of partnership made before Recorder Riker, and
in all subsequent transactions. Judge Bettas there-
fore instructed the jury that Mr. T. had lost the
privileges of a special partner, and they according-
ly rendered a verdict for the plaintiffs of $11,125
78-which binda him.-[Ibid.J
A case was decided in thIe Superior Court on
Monday, which may serve as a caution to men
holding official situations, thit trivial carelessness
or neglect may sometimes be attended with very
serious consequences. Wmin. P. Hallett, Esq. was
sued for the recovery of a judgment which had been
obtained against a Mr. Charles Morris, and the
amount of which had net been recovered in conse-
quence of Mr. Hallett's having overlooked, in ex-
amining the records of the Supreme Court, a pre-
vious judgment against Morris for 815.000 or $16,-
000. Thoeamount for which Mr. Hallett was now
sued was nearly $4,000, and before the case had
been submitted to the jury, it was made out so clear
that his counsel, in his behalf, consented to the pay'
ment of it with costs.-[N. Y. Transcript.]

The Old School General Assembly of the
Presbyterian church adopted on Tuesday after-
noon the following resolutions :
1. That this body considers itself and the Church
at large, bound, as both have been, not only will-
ing, but desirous to adjust all claims against the
corporate property of the Church, whether legal or
equitable, 1in the most prompt, lair and liberal
2 That this is especially the case touching any
claims which may exist on the part of the four
Synods of JUtica, Geneva, Genesee and Western
R^.,ve. declared in 1837 to be no part of the
.jmbywrnB church; or on the part those who
seceded from the church in 1838; or on the part
of any body constituted out of the whole or any
part of these elements. And that in regard to all
and each of these bodies and persons, the Assembly
will faithfully adhere to any pledge or promise, ex.
press or implied, which it can justly be construed
ever to have made, and will fulfil every expectation
which it knowingly allowed to be cherished.
3. 'rThe Trustees of the Assembly are hereby
authorised and requested to do, on the part of this
Assembly, should occasion offer, whatever is law
tul, competent, and equitable in the premises, con-
formable to the principles and in the manner here-

tofore laid down, in the minutes of this Assembly,
for 1837 and 1838, so far as relates to the corpo-
rate property of the Church, or any equities spring-
ing out of the same.
4. With reference to all institutions, corpora-
tions, congregations, and other public persons or
bodies in connexion with us, but holding property
for ecclesiastical purposes, or for religious and be-
nevolent uses, which property is no:. subject to the
control ot the Assembly, although the said per-
sons, institutions, or congregations, may be ; in all
such cases, where difficulties relating to property
have arisen, or shall arise, in cons quence of the
long and painful disorders and divisions in our
church, we advise all our members and friends to
act on the general principles heretofore laid down,
and with the spirit of candor, forbearance and
equity, which has dictated this act.
5. The Assembly reiterates tbhe declaration that
its chief desire, on all this plrt of our Church
troubles, is to do even and renoy justice to and be-
tween all persons and intmrra s over which it has
any control, or in regard to which it has any duty
to perform.
The Great Union performance of sacred music
at the Tabernacle, takes place this evening.
Bo(t K SALE-Second Day.-Messrs. Bangs, Ridc.
ards & Platt continue their sale of valuable Books
this afternoon. Among the choice works to be of-
fered is a copy of the "Description de l'Egypte,"
prepared by the orders of Napoleon, to commemo-
rate the expedition of the French Army under his
command. The fact of the sale of such a work in
this country, is accounted for by a statement in the
catalogu, of its being recently purchased in Paris,
from the executors of one of the most distinguished
of the Marshals of the Empire, to whom it was
presented by his Imperial master as a token of pe-
uliar regard-it is consequently one of the very
finest copies known to exist-containing beautiful
proof impressions of the plates.
Why cannot some nUble-hearted Mmcenas pur-
chase and present this book to one of our Public
L-braries? To the Old Saciuty Library, for in-
stance. What more generous appropriation of the
- 4t .- f- n ....-- -- eA .11 #h. #h-

liote ARk AtIa tMe DAmIots.-Mi and Mde.1
Taglioni, who made a moat succeseflh debut on
Wednesday evening, in the Sylphide, are to repeat
the performance this evening. It seems to be con-
ceded on all hands, that M. Taglieni far exceeds
any male dancer heretofore seen on our boards,
aliko in grace, agility, and execution ; and his wi'e
is scarcely less remarkable, even after the good
female dancers we have seen. The piece, too, is
said to be well got up, and is in itself attractive.
"State Secres" and "Uncle John" make up
the. amusements of the evening.

Reported by S.J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and Exchange
Broker, 22 Wall street, and 130 Broadway.
60 shares Bank of Commerce ............102--s 30
a do do...............103
100 Delaware and Hudson .......... 81 -s 30
55 do do ............. 80t
5 do do .............. 80
5 do do ............
25 do (1do...............304
100 do do .............. 81 -b 60 ds
5) do do.............. 80-s 30
5 do do............... 0
250 do do .............. 80
25 do do............... 80
5') do do ............. 80 -b 30
50 do do.............. 80 --.0
25 dc do .............. So
25 do do ........... 80--s 15
60 do do............... 80J-nw
25 United States4Bank.............. 119
25 do do ...........118... -s 30
20 Kentucky Bank................. 90
60 Union Bank,............. 1...i1171
150 Dry Dock Bank ................106
70 Leather Manufacturers Bank.....114
25 Mechanics Banking Ass......... 89
10 IIlinoisBank ................"t. 954
35 Canton Co ...................... 46
247 Mohawk Railroad ................ 66
25 do do ............. 6h
25 Paterson Railroad................ 68
10 Boston and Providence Railroad...108J
10 do do ..............108
150 N. J.7 R. R. & Transportation Co..101 -s30
170 Stonineton-.Railroad.............. 35
75 Harlem Railroad ................ 60 -b 15
too do do.............. 60 -b 30
50 do do .............. 691-s 3
25 do do ...... ... 60-...nw
60 do do.............. 60-sS
25 do do.............. 69-b 3
16 North Amer. Tns..................1101
25 17th Ward Ins...............76J
68 do do............. 764

Yesterday morning, at S'. Patrick's Cathedral,
by the very Rev. Felix Vare'a, Vicar General,
Daniel Major, Esq. to Miss Joanna, daughter of
Duncan Kennedy. Esq., all of this city.

O,1 the morning of the 231 instant, at h-lf past
5 o'clock, Mary.Inn Earle, wife of John L. Etile,
Saged 30. The relatives and friends of the family
are respectfully invited to attend her funeral this
afternoon, at half past 4 o'clock, from her late re-
sidence, corner of Spring and Wooster streets.
At Albany, on the 18th inst., Elizabeth, wife
of William Mayell, Esq., for many years a resident
of this city, agad 67 years.

In the ship Philadelphia, from London-Mr W
Hogan and lady; Mr J Mills, lady, two children
and servant; Mr S E Johnson, Mrs C Lyons,
Miss S Lyons, of New York; Mr S S O'good,
lady, child and servant, of Boston ; Mr Wenten-
hall and lady, Mr H Wentenhatll, Miss Elizi
Wentenhall, Mr Lyle and lady, Mr H Roswell
and lady, Mr Henry Roswell, Miss M Lewis, and
Mr W M Wesm colt, of Canada; Miss M
Wrigh', Miss J Marbhman, Miss N Lecaen, Mrs
Freeman, Mrs Day, Dr Adam Bell, Mr F Smith,
Mr J Prentis, Miss Julia Levy and Mr IsaacLevy,
of London; Mr Jonas Levy. ef Cincinnati; Mr
Joseph Mack y, and Miss H Mackay, of Mon-
treal:; Mr J Sarabridge and lady, of Niagara;
Mr J Sowerby, of Doncaster, and 70 in the sleer-

POOL.-Passengers by this -ship will please be on board
the steamboat Hercules, at Whitehall, tomorrow morning,
at 12 o'clock. The Letsr Bags will close at the usual
places at 11 o'clock, my24
HAVRE.-Ttie passengers will embark on board the.
steamboat Hercules, at Whitehall Dock, tomorrow n.orn-
ing, 25th instant, at 12 o'clock.
The Letter Bags will be taken from the usual places at
Iii o'clock, my24
B INFORMATION WANTED of two brothers,
JAMES and JOHN OPREE, who came from Ireland to
thi, country some years ago
JAMES was a farmer, anl wont to Butler county, Ohiob
IT years ago, and was there connected with a family
named H~ADr.
Joar, who is a slater by trade, was in the city of New
Nork 8 years ago.
Their sister, MARGARET MCCREADY, row in the vicinity
of New York, would be most grateful for any information
concerning her brothers.
Address her at the office of the New York American,
New York.
*** As this is a gratuitous notice, the less hesitatian is
felt in asking any other papers, disposed to aid the search
of a sister for her brothers, to give it some insertions.
my243taw 1m

May 3, 1339.
The Shareholders in this Bank are hereby notified
hat the third instalment of Ten Dollars on each share
s required to be paid on the let of June ensuing.
The Transfer Book will be closed from the 29th instant
to the 1st June, inclusive.
By order of the Board af Directors,
my5 is2tawtjel GEO. CURTIS, Cashier.
Removed from No 49 Bowery, opposite the Theatre to No
47 Bond at., five doors from the Bowery.
Office hours from 8 A M, to5 P M. myS 3tawamis
Mrs. McGAY'8, No. 129 Grand street, I[
April 9 tf Near Broadway.
On Wednesday next, in 2 volumes,
A Tale of The Great Panic.
New Work by the Editor of" Beauties of Webster"
A Dramatic Poem.
(Now ready )
A very useful book for all who write for the Press, aad
one wlhch has been greatly needed.-I Lit. Gaz.j
F. SAUNDERS, Publisher and Booateller,
My28 6t 357 Broadway.

Collector's Office, May 22, 1839.
The Light Ship off Stratford Point has agr.in re-
sumed her station. Her bearings are as follows, viz :
Oldfield light, South by West, distance about 5 mi les
Stratford Point Light, North by East, diet nt 6 do.
Black Rock Light, Northwest, j North, distant 15 do.
Crane Neck, Southwest by South, distant 9 do.
Mount Misery, South by East, I East, distant 6 do.
my22 4 J. HOYT, Collector.
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 sacred antiquities of
ARP01,1. tLho h1Qt -. .I.L --..*-. -f* _l---.A. -A t-

HORN HATS. -WARNOCK has now on hand an as.
sortment of very superior four turn extra quality white
Leghorn Hats, (four inch brims) an entire new article
and the first of the kind yet imported.
my23 tf WARNOCK, 170 Broadway.
:3-' WARNOCK would respectfully inform his cus.
tomers 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 manufacture. WARNOCK,
myl7 tf Hat Establishment, 170 Broadway.

i1ARINE Jrr5'RKN&L.,.
., Higfb Water this morning, 6h 7m.
Thfs Morging-Ship Sheridan, Depeyster, for Liver.
pool, E. K. Collins & Co; brig James McCobb, Batchelder,
Guayama, P.R, B. Deforest; schooner Catharine Wilcox,
Smith, Wilmington, N.C.
Last Evening-Barks Rapid, Ward, for Havana.|M.
Taylor; Mary White, (Br ) Buckland, Quebec; brig North
Americat, Pendleton, Charleston, S.C.; tchoonriers Victor,
Hallet, Boston; Amazon, Chandler, Portland, Nesmith &
Leeds; Weymouth, Couch, Richmond; Swan, Wheeler,
Newbern, N.C.
Brig Two Sisters, Hay nes, 47 days from Palermo, and
Gibraltar, April 21st, with 1904 boxes oranges, 8 dolejions,
to Fitch & Co ; 105 pip a, 10 hhes, 90 qr. casks wine, 430
bags shurmac, to irder. Left at G. brigs Dove, Huffing.
ton, for Boston, April 23d; Ogeithoip, of savannah, for
Malaga, to load for altimore, soon; Pennsylvania, for
Malaga, to load for Philadelphia; barque hence,
just arrived.
Br. brig;Collyria, Card, 17 days from Windsor, N.S,
with plaster, to the mister.
BELOW-I Ship and I Brig.-Thick and foggy outside
The packet ship Silvie de. Grasse, Wiederholdt, fur
Havre, is detained on account of head winds.
Packet ship Philadelphia, Morgan, from Londnn, sailed
April 23d, with mdze &c. to J. Griswold. Left, ships
Samson, for New York, e1st May; President, do, loth; brig
Plato, Rogers, for Ft. Petersburg; Paragon, Curtis, for
New York.
Ship Trenton, Bennett, 7 days from Savannah. with cot-
ton, &c. to Johnson4k Lowden. 20th instant, lat. 34, Iong.
75, 40, spoke brig Washington, of Marblehead, rA&ys
from Havana, for Boston.
Schr Vesper, Biugham, 3 days from Norfolk, witfhflour,
bound to St. Johns, N B.
Schr Grecian, Chase, 3 days from Boston, with mdze,
to J. Atkins & Co-
Schr Sun, Nickerson, 3 days from Boston, Aith m,!ze,
to E. & J. Herrick.
Schr Cinderella, Crowell, 6 days from Portland, with
fish and molasses.
Schr Ellen todman, Shepherd, from New Belford, to
Barrow to Prior.
Schr Azora, Lament, 14 days from Tobasco, P.R, with
molasses and sugar, to De oreet & Co. Left no Am. ves-
sels. 12th instant, lat. 37, 37. long. 71, spoke brig Cicero,
from Baltimore for Jamaica. 16th, lat. 33, 58, long. 72,
19, brig Alphonse, irom Mayaguez, for Philadelphia.
Schr Sun, Nickerson, 3 days from Boston, with mdze,
to J Atkins & Co.
Schooners Planet, Robinson, I days from Bath; Palmer,
Blanchard, do, 4.
Extract of a letter dated Marseilles, April 11-List of
vessels in port-Ship Orozimbo, just arrived from New
Orleans; barque Madazaocar, for Boston, in 5 days ; brig
Carrier, for NYork, in 10 days; ship Curler, for Palermo,
sailed 10th; barque Cossack, for New Orleans, Qtt; brigs
Yankee, for Palermo, 9th; Russian ship Minet, for New
York, 10th.
Sailed from liverpool, April 21, Sterling, Saunders, for
Savannah; Lowell, Whipple, Havana.
At Portsmouth, 19th, Sultana, Scott, from Messina, for
S. Petersburg.
[From Lloyd's Lists of Apr:] 20 and 22. 1
Ent at London, 19th, Florist, Andrews. Charleston.
Cowes, 19th, sailed, Leda, Doehnxr, London.
Eat at London, 20th, Ghika, Hunter, NYok; President,
Chadwick, do.
At Texel, 16th, Stern, Spiltje, Bait; Kroonprinsens,
Schlor, do; A mstel, Kramer, Charleston.
At Helvoet, 19th, Maria & Adriana, Boiren, New Yo-k.
At Antwerp. 20th, Pomona, Brown, Mobile
At Have, 18th, Revanche, Delatre, Charleston; Claris.
sa Andrews, New Orleans; Havre, NYork; 19th, Apollo,
New Orleans.
At Marseilles, 13th, Boeota, Ireland, Key West; Pacific,
Padleford, New York; 16,.h, Erie, Barlow, New York;
Plymouth, Robbins, do.
Cork, April 18-An American ship with bright sides with
loss of foretopmast, was 11th Inst. in long. 23, and a ves-
sel with loss of mainmast, mainrompmast and masthead,
was seen on the day following, by Margaret Biyth, arr,
at this port.
FOSTON, May22- Arrived, ship John Holland, Jor.
dan, St Ubes; barque Philip, Humphrey, Charleston; brig
Black Hawk, Baker, Laguayra and Porto Cabello.
Ship John Holland, Jordan, St Ubes, April 20, via Tho-
maston. Left no Am. vessels.
Also arrived brigs Canton, Tewkesbury, Mariel, 2d,
Havana, 5th; Ceristiana Cox, Trinidad schrs Gleaner,
Wixon, Richmond; Eliza, Doane, NYotk.
Below- A Br schr, with coal.
Cleared, brigs Junius. VA rieht, Mobile; Martha, Davis,
Baltimore; Pearl, Harding Philadelphia; schrs Reside,
Sherwood, NYork; Compliance, Sparrow, do; Florence,
Scutder, N1ork.
Sailed, and anchored in the Roads, barque Bashaw.
Brig Pioneer, which sailed yesterday, returned to the city,
anti brig 8py put besh into tb. Roads.
PROVIDENCE, May 21.-Arrived, schrs Convert.
Gardner. New Orleans; Florida. Staples, Charleston.
BRISTOL, May 21 -Arrived, schr La Brunce, Babcock
New Orleans.
Cleared, brig Cononicus, Matanzas.
NEW LONDON, May 19-Arrived, ship Mentor,
Butler, Talcahuana, ?ebruiry 1, with 2600 bris whale and
70 sperm oil. Sailed from T ship Arabella, for Saghar.
bor, 800 bria.
SALEM^May 21-Cleared, ship St Paul Pierce, for
N EWB URYPORT, May 21-Arrived, scbr Vine, Lee,
PHILADELPHIA, May 23-Arrived, schrs Patriot,
Tolin, NYork; Franklin, Chase, Boston; barge Oneida,
Fish NYork; sloop Breakwater, do.
Cleared-Brigs Porto Rico, Caldwell, Kingston, Jam
schra Elizabeth, Nassau, NP; Jas Barbour, Providence;
Nicholas Biddle, NYork.

BALTIMORE, May 22-Arrived, schr Mary Carver.
New York.
ALEXANDRIA, May 21-Arrived, schr Two Posleys, -
New York;
RICHMOND, May 21-Arrived, schrs Harriett, Tho.
maston ; Emma, D A Somers, Antelope and Niagara,
New York.
Below-Schr Leontine, New York.
NORFOLK, May 20-Arrived, schr Fair dealer,Young,
MOBILE, May 17-Cleared, brig Lucy, Jackson, for
Boston: schr Export, Erate, Fall hive'; sloop America,
Smith, New York.
NEW ORLEANS. May 16-Arr ship Virginia, Hue.
sey, Liverpool.
Cid ship Pickering Dodge, Holbrook, Liverpool; brig
Malaga, Raymond, Providence.
APALACH'COLA, May 10 -Cla brig Somerset, Green
New York; srhys Magunticook, Mayo, do; Latona. Dex-'
ter, Boston; Hudson, Clifi, Providence.

J; RICHARDS. Auctioneer.A
-The best portion of the Catalogue remains to be sold
this afternoon, embracing the GREAT WO-RK OF NA-
POLEON ON EGYPT; AllegrinnPs splendid work of
Eulogies on the Illustrious Men of Tuscany, with 200
portraits and 500 vignettes; Lodge's Portraits of Illstr.-
ous Peisonages of Great Britain ; Critici Sacra; Rees' Cy.
clopmdia, complete, and others; for particulars of which,
see Catalogue. The extremely low prices of adle of
Saturday afternoon, show this to be a rare opportunity
lor gentlemen desirous of purchasing such books.
my24 It 196 Broadway.
N EW BOOKS.-This day is pablished-
LI Adam Bruff, and other Men of Character, by Doug
la a Jerrold, Esq, in 2 vols, limo.
Isabel or Sicily ; a Pilgrimage, by Tuckerman, author
of Italian Sketch Book'. For sale by
my24 WILEY & PUTNAM. 1il Broadway.
200 Broadway, have this day opened in store, one*
tkousond pieces of Musiin, for bookbinders, among which
are new and beautiful patterns. Impo, ted from England,
and offered for sale in quantities to suit purchasers.
my2A 3tis

I)EERBROCK ; A Novel. By Miss Hariet Marti-
neau, 2 volumes, 12mo.
Just published and for sale by
ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery.
Or may be had from the Washington. Circulating Li.
brary, 8S Bowery. my24
JHOLMES, No 44 Maiden Lane, have received one
case Corded Skirts Also, Cambric and tFurniture Diaul.
ties, Lotg Cloth Shirtings, &c., oy the piece or yard,
cheap. -. -

P HILIP HENRY k SON, Drapers and Tailors,
haxe removed from No 2-Wall street, to No 185
Broadway, corner of Cedar street, first door above the City,
Hotel. may24 It*
LIVERPOOL, are requested to send their permits
on board, at Dover street wharf, or to
'ALEXANDER KNOX, Jr. 54 Cedar street.
All goods not permitted in five cays will be liable to be
8ent to the public store, my24 31
SHIP IOWA, FROM HAVRE.-Consignees by the
S above ship will please send their permits o i board as
soon as possible, at the foot of Rector street. All goods
rot permitted in five days will be sent to public store.
my24 2-4 Broad at.
VESSEL WANTED A good coppered Schr.
or Brig, ot about 1200 bbls, for a voyage to the
Canaries. Apply to
my4 .CARY & CO. 90 Pine st.
-- containing about 280 acres, part of which is
under good cultivation, and the rest in woods.-
It includes a very large barn, a comfortable
dwelling, and sufficient out buildings. It contains a
never failing pond of water, an inexhaustible peat bed
near the dwelling, about 12 acres of first rate apple trees,
a variety of pear trees, and other fruits, besides an abun.
dance of locust trees. There are now growing on the
farm, wheat. rye, oats, and about 76 acres ofgrass. It is
situate 44 miles from Hicksvllle, the present termination
of the Long Island Railroad, which, it is expected, will
be extended through this farm. The farm is in Queen's
county, and on the dividing n'me between that county and
Suffolk. One of the corners of this tract lies within a mile
and a half of Cold Spring, a flourishing village, to which a
steamer makes regular trips from New York. It is mid.
way between Oyster Bay and Huntingfon. It will be sold
with or without the stock and utensils. For terms, apply
my24 4t 22 Broad street, New York.
A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, Manufactures, and
Mines ; containing a-clear Exposition of their Prin.
ciples and Practice. By Andrew Ure, M D, F R 8, M
9 S, M A S, London; M. Acad. N S, Philad. ; S.
Ph. Soc. N. Germ. ; Hanov; Mulh. &c. I closely apd
beautifully printed volume, 8vo, containing 1342 pages,
and illustrated with 1241 Engravinga 1on Vood.
*** The latest Statiati- of every important object of
Manufacture are given, trom the best, and usually from
official authority, at the end of each article.
Extract from the Author's Preface:
SIt is the busipesa ot operative industry to produce,
transform, and distribute all such material objects as are
suited to satisfy the wan's of mankind. The primary
prodlucJion ot these objects ih assigned to the husband.
man, the fisherman, and the miner; their transformation
to the manufacturer and artisan ; and-their distribution
to the fivil engineer, shipwright and'sailor. The task
which 1 have undertaken in the present work is to de.
scribe and explain the transformations of these primary
materials, by mechanical and chemical agencies, into ge-
neral objects of exchangeable value ; leaving, on the one
stand, to the. mechanical engineer, that of investigating
the m, t.ve powers oftransfoimation and transport; and,
on the other hand. to the handicraftsnman, that of tracing
their modifications into objects of special or local demand.
Such are the principles wh;ch have served to guide me in
selecting articles for the present volume. By them, as a
clue, I have endeavored to hold a steady course through
the vast and otherwise perplexing labyrinth of arts, ma.
nufactures, and mines; avoiding, alike, engineering and
mechanical arts, which cause no change in the texture or
constitution of matter, and handicraft operations, which
are multiffoe capricious, and hardly susceptible of sci-
entific investigation "
The following are the objects which the Author has en.
deavored to accomplish : m
Fit t-To instruct the Manufacturer, Metallurgist, and
Tradesman, in the principles of their respective proc.-aes,
so as to render them In reality the Masters !of their busi-
riess, and to emancipate them from a state of bondage to
Operatives-too commonly the slaves of blind prejudice
and vicious routine.
Secondly-To afford to Merchants, Brokers, Drysal -
ters, Druggists, and Officers of the Revenue, characteris-
tic descriptions of the commodities which pass through
their hands.
Thirdly-By exhibiting some of the finest developments
of Chemistry and Physics, to lay open an excellent Prac-
ticl Scieool to Students of these kindred Sciences.
Fourthly-To teach Capitalists, who may be desirous
of placing their funds in some productive branch of In.
duatty, to select judiciously Lmong plausible claimants.
Fifthly-To enable Gentleman of the Law to become
well acquainted with the nature of those Patent Schemes
which are so apt to give rise to litigation.
Aixthly-To present to our Legislators such a clear
Exposition of our Staple Manufactures as may dissuade
them from enacting Laws which obstruct Induitly, or
cherish one branch of It to the injury of many others.
Lastly-To give the General- Reader, intent chlely on
Intellectual Cultivation, a view of many of the noblest
achievements ot Sience. in effecting those grand Trans.
foi nations of Matter to which Great Britain owes her par-
amount Wealth, Rank, and Power among the Kingdoms.
One of the richest treasures that the present advanced
state of the national mind has furnished and produced.-
LMonthly Review.]
WIL.Y & PUTNAM, Importers,
161 Broadway, N. Y-, and Paternoster Row,
miy24 London
PtKINU lti tujis.-'rne subscribers offer for sale. the
following goods, received per late arrivals-
8 4 Cambrics and Jaconet Muslins
6 4 Tape and Satin Check do
SBrocades and Swiss Muslin]
6 4 Priited Saxonies
Mousselain de Lames
Black and white Prints
Birdseye and Table Diapera
7 8 and 4 4 Irish Linen;
4 4 a 10 4 Sheetings
3 4 and 4 4 Brown Holland.
Linen Dawlas and Duck
Brown and white Linen Drills
Pongee Hdkfs
Cotton, Hosie:y, &c. &c.i
ja7 REYBURN & VANDERVOORT, 10 Old slip.
&T e.-The subscribers have just received the follow-
ing goods, aid they are now landing. : "
60 cas s H ockheimer Domdeechar.t:
5O do Rudesheimer.
390 cases Chtteau Margaux, per the Grand Conde. of
1834, whicf is fully equal to any loumer vintage produced
by this estate
10 pipes and 20 quarter casks old south side Madeira,
from the house of Newton, Gordon & Co, per the Mexico
10 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy, of 1Ii0f, per the lon.
tano, per ship Loreno-560 baskets lIe Brimont Cham-
paiso, highly vinor s and Iruity, bearing the coat of arms
of De Brimont upon the labels and corks.
Per the ship Junius from Bordeaux-50 cases 8t
Julien; 10 hhds do, and 50 baskets extra qualfty Aniette.
For sale by A. BININGER & CO.

myll 141 Broadway.
LARET WI\ES-4-5a boxes, received ier ship SaI.,
.) vinia, from Bordeaux, for sale by
GRAWIB b & O. 20 Broad at.
In store-Chateau Margaux, La 1-its, Leovilla, and
other brands, in cases, each one dozen, part put up with
glass stoppers, just received Item the most respectable
wine houses at Bordeaux.
Also, Claret, in casks and in boxes, low priced Sauterne
and Vin deGrarein boxes. my2l
GIRINNELL MINTURN & CU.. 134 Front siree
pohave for sale-
20 cases English Sheathing Copper, assorted sizes
from 14 to 32oz,
350 English Hoes; 30 bales Mobile Cotton
2 cases Tortoise Shell
100 bales Calcutta Hides; 50 cases Manillia Indigo
100 casks Gum Senegal,
100 casks Ombis) Madder
600 bags Crud Ginger; 2000 bags Saltpetra
140 bales Jute: 500 do Manilla hemp
130 cases Grass Cloths
200 cases China Silks, comprising an assortments
black and white Goads, Sewings, &c.
75 qr. casks Litoon White Wine; 180 bags Sago
0,000 bushels Germat. red Wheat
1000 bla Danish Flour, er.titled to debenture
70 bales Printing Cloths
30 oales4 4 brown Shirtings' 10 cases PrintedSatlnek
1100 Australian Sheep Skins
&2400 gallons Tea] Seed Oil 800 boZes Sperm Candles
1000 bls Whale Oil, 10,00qlbs. Whalebone
10,000 gallons Winter and Fall Oil
TEAS-Young Hyson and Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; Gunpowder and Imperial, in half chests, case
and boxes, balanceex ship Oneida. je25
a CHAIN,, &c. &c.-The subscribers receive or-
deis for every description of railroad bars, spikes, splH
cing plates, chains for ir. .ned planes, stay and thort
links of improved patent iron, Locomotive engines, &ft.
&c., at manul'ectureers' prices. A distinguished Engineer
resides in England for the purpose of inspecting all rail.
way iron and machinery ordered through us
DAVIS, BROOKS & CO ,21 Broad 2t., New York.
On hand for sale.
SW00 tons 2t inchby # inch rails, 15 teeteach.
40do 2 do t do 15 do.
with spikes and spllting plates adapted thereto. Orders
for all descriptions of spikes, executed at the shortest no.
tics ap27 tf
S AVANASEGARS-250.000 Havan Segars, recelv
I led per the Diomo, from Havana, aa invoice of Se.
gars, made from old and selected Tobacco, of the follow.
oing brands.
100,000 Noriegala, in half. quarter and tentaoboxes4
150,000 Dos Conmaneros in do do do do
2A,000 Trabucosiin do do do do
10,1100 Government BRegalias, of exquisite Tobacco,
as well as make, tor sale biL
al7 A. BININGER & 141 Broadway.
B ORDEAUX WINES, from Barton It Guestier.
T4ble Claret-Vin Ordinaire, in hhds
Sf r n __nVie .tnao Q IFM in --1. J.4-_----

I HIS EVENING, May 24th, will be performed the
Fairce ofADVIC2 GRATIS- idbody, Mr Placide; Even.
tide. Chippindale; Mrs Eventide, Mrs Whestley.
After which the Grand Ballet of LA SYLPHIDE-La
bylphide, Mde Taglioni; James Reuben, Mons Taglioni.
In the course of the evening, two Violin Obligates wil
be perfo tmed by Mr Hughes.
To Conclude with the-Farce of MY UNCLE JOHN-
UnCle John, Mr Placide; Eiiza, Mrs Clippindale.
Tomorrow, third night of Mons ann Mad Taglioni.
Doors xen at7I'clock-Performance commences at7i
Tickets- -Boxes.,1, Pit, 50cents.Gallery, 26 cents.
T Corner of Leonard and Church sir ets.
HIS EVENING, May 24th, will be performed
the Opera of AMILIE-Gen (ount Von der Tiemer,
Mr Seguin; Jose Speckbacker, Wilson; Anderi, Horncas.
tie; Amilie, Miss Shirreff.-
To conclude with the Farce of WHAT HAVE I
DONE ?-Mr Peter Perkins, Mr Lambert; MrBounceable,
Williams; Mrs Sternly, Mrs Russell; Julia, Miss Monier
Tominorrow, the celebrated vocalists will appear.
Doors open at 7 o'clock-Performance commences at 7j.
Boxes, $1-Pit, 50cents-Gallery, 25 cents.
HIS EVENING, May 24th, will be.performed the
Comedy of THE LOVE CHASE-Master Waller, Mr
Proctor; Wildrake, Gates; Constance, Mrs Shaw; Widow
Green, Mrs Bannis'er.
Toconclude with the grand Romantic Drama of MA.
ZEPPA, or, The Wild Horse of the Desert..Mazoppa,
Mr Woolford; Abner Khan, Proctor; Thamar, Coles;
Drolinki, Gates; Olinski, Mrs Coles; Oneiza, Mrs Wil-
Ik Monday, Mrs 8haw's bentrl
Doors open at 7 o'clock--ppei bormance commences at 71
Boxes 75 cents. Pit q7j. Gallery 25
flHESE Panoramas are now open for exhioition at the
SNew Rotunda, corner Prince P.nd Mercer streets,
Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
painting, of the largest class, covering a surface of ten
thousand square feet, painted from drawings taken by Mr.
Catherwood in 1834.
ed likewise from Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is superior,
s a work of art, to any Panorama before exhibited.
The Panoramas are brilhliantly illuminated every even.
ing by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explanations of
the pictures given in the forenoon, afternoon, and at hall
past 8 in the evening,
Open from 9 in the morning, till half past 9 in the even-
ing. Admittance 26 cants to each Panorama. Books of
description 12j cets apl tf
(vOLLECTIONS on all parts of the United States,
J Canadas and Europe, made on favorable terms.
Drfts at sight, payable on Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington City.4St Louis, New Orleans, and all other
principal cities, can be obtained ot *
BA l SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway.
N B-All kinds otForeiAn Gold and Silver bought and
sold. my 18
S FXIT DETECTOR in pamphlet form. and olio
sheet, for sale at
S.J. SYLTESTEIL'S, 180 Broadway,
my24 jrt arid 22 Wall street.
OTES of the EssAex Bank of Ouildhall, bought on
very favo able terms by S. J. SYLVESTF.R,
my24 130 Broadway and 22 Wall reet.
ILLS OF EXCHANGE on all parts of Great Britain
.1) and Ireland, in Hums of 51. to any amount, for sale
S. J. SYLVESTER'S. 130 Broadway,
my241 and '22 Wall ast.
gLOLLECTIOI on alt parts of the United States, CUa-
nadas and K, -c'e, made on the most favorable
terms, by S. J SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
mny24; and 22 Wall st.
NCURRENT MONEY of all kinds bought by
my24 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall st.

published in folio form, containing much interesting
matter, the latest news from England, Literary Notices:
Sc. &c. &c., price 6 cents, by
SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway,
my 24 below Maiden Lane.
*. OVEREIGNS, Napoleons, Doubloons, X Gilders, 3
i. Thalers, Frederick'dors,, Louis 'dors, Ducats, Gui-
neas, Spanish, and -Mexican D llars, Five Francs, Eng-
lish and French Silver, bought and sold by
my SYLVESTER Si CO. 156 Broalwav.
my 94 below Maiden Lane.
#, CHANGE ON SCOTLAND.-Draft at sight in
rosums to suit purchasers, payable ita every town
throughout the Kingdom. Apply to
SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway,
my24 pe/ow Maiden Lane.&
rmTHE following Broken Bank, Notes are bought by
1. SYLVESTER & CO. U6 Broadway, below Mai.
dec Jane:
Essex Bank, Guildhall, Windsor, Belleville,Wolfboro
Commonwealth, Middlesex, Kilby, Fulton, and Norfolk.
Also-All kinds of Uncarrernt Money, &sc. my 17
0 REAMS English Satin Post, S8o, extra glazed
50 'V and gilt
o0 reams do do do 6a1O, do do do
Crowell's psw.Paper Piles
Neomanag nuine water Colors
Juvenile do do, just received: per
Wellingwo, from London, and offered for sale at Station.
t' gll, No 245 Pearl street, by
MY23 D. FELT & CO.
J. SCIENCE AND ART, is published every month
by Z. LITTELL & CO. 279 Chesnut street, Philadelphia,
at Six Dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant sub.
scribes are requested to remit a $5 note on account.
With the year 1839 begins the Seventh Volume of a
New Series, complete sets of which can be furnished at
Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or rwo Dollars anodt a
Half bound. The New Series is begun because we are no
longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old.
I1 Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Edinburgh Re.
2 Rallroadr, Quarterly Review
3 Despatches of La Mothe Fenelon, Foreign Quarterly
4 Earlier English Moral Songs and Poems,2 Black.
wo.d's Magazine
Diary of a Dutch Diplomatist in London, Monthly
4 Poetry-The Myitle; Oaks of England; Lament o
the Cheri kee ; Kate ; Sonnets by Washington
SBrown; 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, Examlner
Home's History of Napoleou do
10 Jack Sheppard, Bentley's Miscellany
11 Fenimore Cooper ,versus Waltear Scott, .Fraser's
12 Civil Engineering in America, United Service Jour%
13 Ftaaer's:Travela in Persia, Monthly Review
14 A Letter from the Falls of Niagara,.United Service
15 Charles Edward Stuart, Quarterly Review
16 Nicholas Nickleby, Nickleby Papers.
17 Deschapelles, the Chess Kinr, Yraser's Magazine.
:-bscrmitlons received At six dollars a year. by Messrs
CARVILiS, 108 Broadway, and E. LITTELL & CO,
Philadelphia. myl8

firABLE AND PIANO C )VERS-The -ubscriber
I has this day received a Ifr e assortment of Table
and Piano Covers: among wi teh are 7 and 8 4 Embossed
Cloth Table and Piano Cover, 6 7 and 8 4 French printed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 5 6,7 8 and 10 4 Worsted
Table and Piano Covers, of all colors. Also, all sizes and
colors of Cloth Table and Piano Covers.
myl9 I. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.
.VI PANY will open this morning, one case Mousse.
lain de Le'nes, small patterns, suitable for travelling
dresses. myl8 3t
1 RAP D'ETE-S. k L. HOMES. 44 Maiden Lane,
- have received black and colored Drap D'Ete, for
gentlemen's wear. Also, .ine London Drills, by the piece
or at retail.
On hard, gentlemen's Hose and half Hose. myl6 3t
rI EN4 UNDER GARMENTS.-A large assort-
ment, varying in quality and size, of Shinrts and
Praw-rs of almost every description, suitable for the pre-
sent and -oming season. Also, Hose and Half Hose, of
all the different fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.
vatsa Suspenders, Prussian Dressing Robes, &c, with a
large assortment of Hosiery and Under Garments for
Females. For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery
tore, 14 Maiden Laine, by L
INES, &c. Wtk. ozen Maderia ot various oranu
and vintages, 1, m 7 to f6) years old-
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do do do do
100 do "Pt, ofsuperior quality.
600cases-Claret, including Chateau Margaux, Palms.
Margaux, La Finte, St. Julien, LaTonr, &c.j&c
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac. &c.
00 do Vinde Graves
100 do Burgundy, Romanee, Contl,UhambertlL. &;
100 do UIermitage, red and 7ite.
100 d,- Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
800 .LO Champagne,Clicquot and other favoritebiand*
100 do Hhenish,Hockheimer, Johannesberger,Roides.
aeimer, Marcobrunner, Liebfraumilcb. S&c.. Moe
100/do Canary,(C mnstantia .Mast,Cyprus,Sweetano
Dry Lisbon, Malaga, St. Lunar, &c.
Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Du Puy S Co. ano
-;% --tin n.-. .-.AT~iais- Whiskey Peaeh

E AST NEW YORK PROPERTY.-The fourth aucn
tion sale of the above property will take place at the
store, No. Ill Broadway, (2d door below the City Hotel,)
on Tuesday, May 28th, 1839 The sale to commence at
T7 o'clock, P. M.
Terms Cash-10 per cent. to bepaid on the day of sale,
-balance within 30 days, when warrantee deeds, free
from all incumbrances, will be given.
N. B. Catalogues, maps, and other information, may be
had by calling on J.R.PITKIN, No. Ill Broadway.
,' my22 d&cts
will sell at auction on Tuesday, 4th of Juane, at 12 o'clock
at their sales room, No. 30 Broad Street, cor. of Exchange
situate in the Twelfth Ward, bounded on, and adjacent to
tht 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 Manufactories are
rising rapidly around these lots, their situation being
highly favorable at the junction of the New Yoik
and Albany and the Harlaem Railroads, and in the
immediate vicinity of the Harlaem river, now made
navigable by the opening of the draws in the two
bridges, through which pass sloops, schooners, and other
craft daily plying to and from the Croton Water Works.-
The water in the river in front of this property being of a
depth of twenty five feet at low water maik, and of a
width that will admit vessels of any size to wind at their
anchors and lie in safety at the bulkhead, affords a posi-
tion for the carrying on of all sorts of business, and. is of
much importance in poirt of cheapness and despatch to
the commerce of the city.
Lithographic Maps %ill be furnished. I
The Lots are situate as follows:
First-8 Lots fronting 128th street, midway between the
3d and 4th Avenues, and adjoining Mr. Stephenson's Rail.
road Car Manufactory.
Second-- Lots on the south side ofl29th street, between
the 3d and 4th Avenues, and near the new brick buildings
there and the manuiactory above named. This street
is paved, the sidewalks laid, and Is lighted from the 3d to
the 8th avenues.
Third-12 Lots on 129th street, opposite the above and
the manufactory aforesaid.
Fourth- 8 Lots fronting the 4th Avenue and lying be'
tween the 129th and 130th streets.
Fifth-12 Lots fronting 130th street, south side,'100 feet
from the 4th Avenue,'and between It and the Harlaem Ri -
Sixth -4 Lots at the corner of the 4th Avenue and 130th
stieet, south corner.-
Seventh -4 Lots at the corner of the 4th Avenue and
130th street, north corner,
Eighth-19 Lots on 130th street, north aide, and between
thel4th Avenuenand the 5th Avenue.
Ninth-16 Lots on 131st street, south side, 203 feet front
the 4th Avenue, and running towards the 5th Avenue.
Tenth-8 Lots fronting the 4th Aveuue, lying between
131set and 132d streets.
Elevetnr-lo Lots fronting 132nd street, 100 feet from
the 4th Avenue, and thencetowards the river.
Twelfth-4 Lots fronting 132nd street, 160 feet from the
4th Avenue.
The Harlaem Railroad Cars, running from the City
Hall at all hours to this property, will afford facility to
those gentlemen who may wish to Aiewihe same, without
much loss of time or of expense.
For further information, apply at the Auction Rooms,
No. 30 Broad street or to
CHAS. HENRY HALL, at Harlaem.
myl 5 [ No. 11.1
JAMS BLEECKER, Auctioneer.
AMES BLEECKER & CO. will sell at auction, on
Wednesday, 5.h of June, at '2 o'clock, at their Sales
Rooms, No. B0 Broad street. corner of Eichange Place,
That certain Farm or tract of Land, situated in the
township of Newtown, on the new turnpike road leading
to Flushing, and about five miles from the village of Wil.
S.unisburgh, bounded south eastor'y by the said turnpike
road, south westerly and north westerly by the road
leading to Jackson's Mill, and easterly and north easterly
by lande of George Williams and Nicholas N. Wyckoff,
Esqrs., containing about 140 acres of land. This is a
very desirable location for a gentleman's residence, or for
a farmer The land is good, and the situation pleasant.
On tke tarm tuere is a mansion House of a vary com.
manding appearance, the interior of which is not entirely
finished, and the other outbuildins which are of no great
value A I further description is deemed unnecessary, as
it is presumed that no person would purchase this farm
without first viewing it. The crops of 'grain now in the
ground aie to be paid for by the purchaser at a valuation
Term-i-Twenty percent of the put chase money to be
p aid on ihe day of sale, and. thirty per cent. on the 15th
day of June, when the deed and possession will be deliv-
Sered. The balance, being cne half of the purchase
Money, may remain on 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. HUGGINS, 8 Wall at.
sa & L. HOLMES, 44 Maiden Ltne, have received
an assortment of Table Covers, Stand do., and Fruit
Doiles, for sale cheap by the piece and retail.
Just opened,'handsomnie Towellings ar.d Table Cloths.
my21 3t

W ILL be published on Saturday (25th inst )-LON-
LXIII- (April.)

1 Literary Lionistn.
2 Parisian Caricatures; Robert Macaire, Charivari, etc.
3 The Pianoforte ; Herz, Moscheles, Liszt, Thalberg,
4 Leopold and the Belgians.
6 Iri h Humour and Pathos ; William Carleton.
6 Sam Slick, and Sir F B Head; Canadian Affairs.
7 Criticism on Women; the Queen; HonsMrs Norton,
Miss Edgeworth, Lady Morgan, Mrs Jameson, and
Miss Martineau.
8 Reorganization of the Reform Party.
!r'The London, Edinburg and Foreign Quarterly Re-
views for April, have been duly received, and will be is
sued .ith the usual punctuality and despatch.
JEMIMA M. LEWER, Publlsner,
corner of Broadway and Pine street,
my22 3tis Basement.

.- Monthly Report.- Since the last report 13 persons
tave been insured:-
Of whom 8 are residents ofthecity ofNew-York. i
6 areresidentEoutofthecity of New-York.
5 are Merchants
I a Clergymen
I a Lawyer
6 are other pursuits.
These, there areinsuredfor 1 year ana o ver 4
there are insured for 7 years 9
there are insured for life, 0

Oy these there arei nsure
there areinsurci
tbereare insured


dfor$l,000 and under 3
dfor $5,000 and under 1.0
d for $10,000 and under 0
Z. A. NICOLL.Secretary

N Office 54 Wall street.
2EW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-This Com-
pany continuesto make insurance against loss and damage
by fire, and the hazards of inland navigation.*
R. Havens, President, B. L. Woolley,
Nalah Taylor, Micah Baldwin,,
Cornelius W. Lawrence, Joseph Otis,
J Philips Phmenix.1 [Fanning C. Tucker
John Morrison, Meits D. Benjami;.,
l- osepti B. Varnuin, jlohn Rankin,
David Lee, John D. Wolfe,
Caleb 0. Hiasted, Nathaniel Weed,
William V-. Todd,l Ferdinand Suydam,
William Couch.
d211 LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.

S. COMPANY have removed their office to 55 Wall
street; where applications for Insurance against sloss or
lalmage by fire will receive prompt attention.
John L. Bowne Ebenezer Cauldwell
John R Willis Morris Ketchum
Silar Hicks Joshua S. Underhill
Robert C Cornetl CharlesT. Cromwei)
James Barker Cornelius W Lawrence
Benjamin Corllcs Nathaniel Lord
Lindley Murray Charles Kneelandl
Henry W. Lawrence Edward A. Wright
Stephen Van Wyck Benjamin Clark
Isaac Frost Robert B. Minturn
Robert D. Weeks James Lovett
lohn Wood William Bradford'
Thomas W Jenkins Thomas W. Pearsall
Benjamin Strongd Silas Wood
George Hussey George D. Post
Driah F. Carpenter Benjamin A. Mott
James H.Titus Joseph L. Frame.

Robert H. Bowne.
IJ. L. BOWNE, President.
/AMES WL,9 tz, P(.,'etary. fe21
-Persons may effectlnsurance- withthis company on
neir ewn lives, orthelives of others, and either for the
Whcleduration of life, or for a limited period. The pay
mentsofprsmium maybe either made annua-ly or in a
(rosS sum.
Pvsmium on onehundred dollars:
-, ~
ho r -a

14 72 66 1 53 38 1 48 1 70 3 0
15 77 88 1 56 39 I 57 1 76 3 11
16 84 90 1 62 40 1 69 I 83 3 2J
17 86 91 1 65 41 1 78 1 88 3 31
18 89 92 69 42 1 85 1 89 3 40

f ALBANY-From the foot of Bar-
Vclay street.
The CHAMPLAN, Saturday morning, at 7 o'clnck.
The ALBANY, Monday morning, at7 o'clock.
From the foot of Courtlandt street.
The DE WITT CLINTON, Saturday afternoon at
6 o'clock.
rhe SWALLOW, Sunday afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
NOTICE.-All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, ape
cie, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped, or pus
on board the boats of this line, must be at the risk ot the
6 ners ofsuch goods, freight, baggage, &c. my24
The first rate coppered and copper fastened
ship tOBT. BOWNE, C. Mansfield, master, will have
immediate despatch for the above ports She has good
accommodations for passengers. For whi.h, or for the
bulk ofl',0jto3000brls freight, apply to
my23 134 Front st.
10th June -The packet ship WELLINGTON,
D. Chadwick, master, will sail as above, her
regular day. Forfreight or passage, apply to the captain
on board the shin, at foot of Maiden lane,or to
myl4 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO 134 Front st.
,m FOR LIVERPOOL-LNew Line.]-Packet of
26th May.-The packet ship SHERIDAN, Capt.
Depeyster 900 tons burthen, will sail as above.
orfreiglittorpassage,h iviag accommodations unequal.
led for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans
wharf, foot of Wall street, or to'
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South at
The packet ship GARRICK. A. S. Palmer, will succeed
the Sheridan, and sail on the 25th June.,
Letters by the pakskes will be charged 132 cents per sing
gle sheet, and 5t cents per ounce. Newspapers I cent
each. ap2,'*
0'0kof 1st June-The COLUMBUS, Captain T B
,,$HCropper, will sail as above, her regular day.
or freight or passage, apply to the Captain, on board,
at the foot of Beekman street, or to
GOOD HUE & CO. or 64 South street.
The SOUrH AMERICA will succeed the Columbus,
and sail on the 19th June.
The rate of cabin passage by the Old Line will hereafter
be $140, including wines, &c.. and $120 without my20
iE FOR LIVERPOOL--Packet of the 7th June.-
The packet ship GEORGE WASHINGTON,
uar Captain H. Holdridcge, will sail as above her re-
gular day.
For freight or passage, apply on board foot of Maiden
lane,or to
my7 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.

T FOR LIVERPOOL--Packet of 13th June.-
The ship UNITED STATES, N. H. Holdridge,
master, will sail as above, her regular day. For
right or passage, apply on board, at foot of Maiden lane,
or to ROBERT KERMIT. 74 South st. myi3


- FOR HAM BURG-The fine coppered andl
copper fastened ship OSCAR, Captain Lorenty,
eof about 500 tons burthen, 2 years old, having a
e part of her cargo engaged, will have immedla'.e de-
ch. For freight or passage, apoly to
,18 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.

SFOR VaLPARAISO-The fast sailirg ship
NATCHZ, Captain Hayes, will sail out the
above port on the 15th June, and can handsomely
accom-nodate a few passengers, it-f early application be
made -n board, at pier 14, E R, or to
my22 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
4 FOR NEW ORLEANS-LLouisiaha and New
York Line]- T hesuperior fast sailing packet ship
MISSISSIPPI, Beebe. mister.
or irelght or passage, having elegant furnished ac.
commodations, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of
Wall street, or to
myt3 E. K. COLLITT8 & CO. 56 South street.
t^ FOK SALE-The whaling ship ILLIlNliS
with or without her whaling apparatus, nurthen
425 tons, built in s .city for a New Orleans
packet. Also, the whaliir snip PORTLAND, burthen
326 tons, with or without her whaling apparatus Both of
these ships are well adapted to the whaling or freighting
business. For further particulars, apply on board, at
Jidd's wharf, or to GRINNELL, MINTURN &S CO.
ap24 134 Front street.


FOR SALE-I ae fast sadl, Y, coppered and
subs.antial brig EMMA, 245 tond burthen, as she
now lies at the foot of Pine street. Apply to
;1 GRINNELL, MINTURN a CO. 134 Front st.

a FOR SALE-Tt ship ILLINOIS, burthen
6 5425 tons, builtin this city fur a New Orleans pack.
= et, coppered, copper fastenedl and sheathed, witiu
a~r whaling apparatus, consisting of copper boilers,
empty casks, boats, &c. For further particulars, apply
on board at Judd's wharf, or to
ap9 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Frontst.
SCo. 81 Cedar st., up ste'rs, near Broadway, have on
hand a large stock of fresh manufactured Clothing,
forming a complete assortment of almoont very style usu.
ally required for the Souther-n trade, which they offer for
sale on liberal terms, my22

0OUTHERN YARN-60 bales Soutuern Yarn, No$ 5
Sto 10, for sale by
tny2l1 Iw CHAS. C. SPENCER, 103 Maiden Lane.
D E BRIMONT CHAMPAIGN-Just received and
l now landing per ships Poland and Lorena, from
530 baskets white Sparkling Sillery, of the above brand,
and fully equal to any previous importation For sale to
the trade and consumers on readable terms, by
myl A. BININGER & CO. 141 Broadway.
r RASS CLOTH-o cases white Grass Cloth, for sale
W. by mv21 CARY & CO. 90 Pine st.

WEEIT OIL-Bordeaux arid Marseilles Oil, f',r sale
in quantitie :o suit pirchaser.4, by
my23 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
IJOCQA-34 caiS(Afcm4a.tgr sale y
^aal.Sr~cvs.LL, MtIl'i'uR ( 0
nmy2S 134 FrnmT st.
W WHITE WINE VINEGAR- White Wine TVinegar,
double clarified, in bris, for sale by
my23 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.

U HAMPAIGN WINES -The subscribers have receiv-
S ed per late arrivals and now landing, a supply of
choice Wines, quarts and pints, including a new brand,
put up for the Southern market, called the 'Palmetto.'
GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
Orders from other places for Wines of every descripiton
will receive attention, and forwarded as directed. mv23
HOUICE BLACK TEA--Souchong, Pouchong, and
C Oolong, in chests, half chests, and twenty pound
boxes, of recent imriortations, for sale by
my23 2w GILLESPIE & EDWARDS.73 Wall st.
ORTOISE SHELL-400 Ibs, just received, for sale
___ by GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st. m22
RESERVES-Cannon Ginger, 6 jars each.
Bordeaux Fruits, one dczen In a case, assorted
Havana Preserves, do do do do
French Cherries, do do do do
Bordeaux Cordials, do do do do
Just received arid for sale oy
my22 GKACIE Ix CO. 20 Broad st.




i ANDKERCHIEFS-Black Levantine Hdkfs 7..B
and 4-4, enmtitled to debenture, for sale by
m22 GOODHUE & CO 648outhst.
'LARET 50 boxes fine Claret, of various grades,
J for sale by
m)22 R H. ATWELI, 331 Broadway.
OGWOOD-75 tons bright Campeachy Logwood,
Just received for sale by
my'i2 'HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 65 South st.

MlPTY BAGS-2000 empty Bags, for sale by
my22 55 South st
Ski-ELLAC-75 tons. ior sale by
t- m22 GOODHUE S CO. 61 South sat.

N W ORLEANS SUGAR--75 hhds prime quality,
for sale in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
m)22 E K C;OLLINS & CO. 56 Routi st.

HOPPAS AND BANDANAS-50 cases large, me
4./ dium and small, for sale by
mny22 GOOIHUE & CO. 64 South st.
S 3UGAR--100 hhdsSt Croix. for sale by
Smy22 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.
- ONDON DOUBLE STOUT-Best bottled London
A Double Brown Stout and Poiter; bottled Ale, quarts
and pints, for sale by
my22 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad sat.
A ADEIRA WINE-Choice sooth side Wine, in
Iv1 pipes, hhds, qr casks and barrels ; also, In cates of
oae doz:n each, very old and choice, vintage 1792, branwl-
ed Sc tL, Pen'old & Co. received pet ship Mexican, fiom
MPdeira, and for sale by
my22 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.

rmUENERIFFE WVINE.-Choice London Particular,
m India Market and Cargo Wines, in hhds and qr.
otsks, all of Carpenter & Co's brand, entitled to debe.i.
ire, for sale by
ap9 CARY &i CO., 90 Pine street.
U OGERS & CO. offer aor saie-
i 0 tons cleai Russia Hemp,20 tons red Sanders'
4L0 rolls 6-4 and 4-4 Canton Matting,.plain
460 131b. boxes Imperiai Tea
8 cases Ponrees
8 casesPearl Buttons
French Wines in casks and boxes
Champagne Wine, sundry brands,* fe

quarts and pints, bottled by F'iedk Bryant and Davis
and G.-o Swayne, lor sale by
myl6 RfiYBURN & V4NDERVOORT, 10 Old slin

IN DIGO-125 ceroons Guatemoala, just receiv-- and for

(Office of the "New-York American,")
No. 18 NEw STREET, N.Y.
All Orders executed with neatness and punctuality, afrfd
on moderate terms.
Chancery Bills and other Law work'carefully printed
No 337 Broad aY, New York.
April 29 tf
CS. & L. H 0 L M ES,
No. 44 Maiden Lane,
Dealers in Linens, Sheetings, Damasks, Towel'ings, &c.,
Blankets, Quilts, Flanhels, &c.
With a large assortment of Dry Goods.
A. BARMORE & CO. 622 .Greenwich street.
Has on hand a large supply of this superior article, and
wiA supply
in any quantities, and at the shortest notice.
N. B.-All orders for the above Ice, will be received at
T DOWN ING'S, 5 Broad street, where the article can be
seen. my6 6m
T O CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from $3 to $5000 on
SBond and Mortgage on property worth double the
amount in the heart of one of the largest neighboring
cities. Address box 1344 upper postoffice. ihhIS Istf
W ANTED IMMEDIATELt-_A Clerk ina Book-
store-A young man that isthoroLghly acquainted
with the city retail book business, and can bring a good
recommendatioL from his last employer, for his honesty,
enterprise and general good qualities, :and is willing to
make himself generally useful to his'employer, will find a
permanent situation, and a salary of from $500 to $550 per
annum, by addressing" r ooks and'Stationary," through
the Park Post Office, with eal name and reference.
a1,23 tf
BURY, from Bristol, are requested to send their
permits on board, at Dover street Wharf, or to
DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad at
All goods not permitted by the 24h iLat. will be liable to
be sent to Public Store. my2l
C ONSIGNEES per packet ship GARRICK, fro-n Li.
verpool, are notified that she is now discharging un.
der a public store order. mv23

ANTED, to go a short distance into the country,
Sa LAUNDRESS. who urdeaistands her business.
Apply at No 5 Waverley Place. my22 if
D U RHA M CATTLE-6 head Sie thorough bred Dur
L ham improved short horned Bulls, Cowj and Hei.
fers, from improved stock, for sale (if applied for soon),
at CHA.4 BERLAIN & SON'S Stable, No 139 Liberty at*
m.ys3 3t*-.
T HE Commieaioners of *the lMq House will receive
B at their Office in the old Alms House, Park, until
Friday, 24th inst 5 P. M. proposals for furnishing one
thousand barrels of flour, viz: 500 supeifine, and 50u best
middling,the quality to be approved.if by the Superintend
erit, and to be delivered at Bellevue at such times and in
such quantities as may be directed by him. -
my23 2 FRANCIS tICKET, Chairman.
ROPOSALS will be received on the 13th and 14th
proximo, at the office of the Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad Company in Philadelphia,4or the Roadway For-
riation and Masonry of about six miles and a half of the
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, between the Falls of
Schuylkill and Lhe teornination of iheroad on the Dria.
ware river. On this portion ot the Railroad is comr, ied
a Tunnel under the Mortn itown- Railroad, and a very
heavy lot ot walling ani. (.n inkment at the Company's
landings on the Delaware. Plans and specifications of
ti.e vobti to be let, will be in r'dlness for exhibition on
and after the 10th proximo, at the Rising Sun Tavern,' ir
the Germ -ntown Road, and all further information in re-
lation to the work which may be desired, will be given on
application at the same plice, to CHARLES T. SI'EW.
ART, Assistant Eng leer I
Philadelphia, Mai 8th, 18S .
N. B -Contractors not personally known to the Engi.
neers, will be expected to hand in .with their proposals,
certificates as to character and competency.
mylS tiljel4th
GENUINE BEAR'S GREASE-For promoting the
VW growth of the hair, 'tnd imparting a beautiful and
glossy lustre toit, far SUl ior to any other application.
The superiority of this 0o -ver eseryp, pa .tlon for in.
di ing the growth of the t r, is generally pcceded to by
ali who have ued it, as it tmparts a glossy ichness to the
hair, rendering it soft anj flexible, and exciting the eapil.
laly vessels to healthy action. To persons becoming bald
by sickness or o.her causes, the application of this Oil
daily, will soon produce a reaction of its gro\ -th The
subscriber has just received a fresh supply of the genuine
article, put up neatly in earthen pits and prepared ex-
prepsly for his recall trade, at the Bowery Medicine Store,
No 260 Bowery- y20

V-1 RS. MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician o
LVI New York, having just received a I irge quantity
of herbs, roots, and essential oils from Europe, not to be
obtained in this country, will be ab e to cure those dis-
eases which have baffled the skill ofthe most eminent phy-
sicians. Mrs. Mott positively pledges herself tEccure 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, dec'ine, consumption, humors, scrofula,
salt rheum, king's evil, canker ringworms, catarrh, scald
head, dyspep-ia, debility, spinal affections, nervous symp-
toms, white swelling, asthma, jaunders, worms, liver
complaint, hemorrhoid, and female weaknesses, fits or
falling sickness, and other diseases No mercury or
mineral of any kind used. Any females laboring under
various weaknesses may consult Mrs. Mott with perfect
confidence, and tihe greatest secrecy will be observed.-
Hours for seeing pat-.eits from: A,$ -ubtl 6 P.-M.. at
her residence. 1mS .prie ...-o., ...-. ...1 u, n,,uauway.
All '<,,- rc iie country (poet !paid) promptly attendee
to. Meilrlneq forwarded to all parts of the United States.
ap2l eod is tfi

T 0O MOTHERS-Whoe. children are troubled with
weakness of the urinary passages, can be cured by
by Mrs MO'l T, who has long made the disease a particu.
lar branch of her study. ap22 iseodtf

*m ROeSY! DROPSY !-Fersons laboring under this
distressing disease can be positively cured by Mrs
MOTr, the celebrated Female Phy.ician, without being
tapped. ap2l iseodti

SIIC DOLOREUX-Positively cured without the use
of the lancet, however long standing, by Mis MOTT,
the celebrated FemalePhysician. See advertisement.
ap22 lseodtf
V ITS FITS i FITS !-rersons laboring under this
distressing malady can be positive y cured by Mrs
MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician.
ap22 iseodtf

A STHMA AND PHTHISIC.-Persons troubled with
these distressing diseases can meet with almost in.
stant relief and speedy cure by applying to Mrs MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement.
ap22 edoddttf
SCALD HEAD.-This prevalent disease is speedily
eradicated by Mrs MOTT, Female Physician.
ap22 iseodtf

" highly celebrated for the cure of consumption, liver
complaints, raising biod, &c. &c., is sold at the Bo Aery
Medicine Sore. 260 Bowery. The subscriber warrants
this Balsam to be the genuine article, received direct from
the proprietor.
my 22 N. W. BADEAU, Agent.

-PERM OIL-133 casks Sperm Oil, for Pale by
myl18 65 South street.

SIEWING SILK-3 hall trunks Benezio's Sewing Silk
>. just received, for sale by
my4 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.

W HALE BONE--2,000 pouils prime quality for
sale by
m)20 GRINNELL, MINTURV& CO, 134 Front st
5 EAY' TOBACCO-49 bales Cuba Leaf Tobacco, for
A sale by 1
my20 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.

'LIVE OIL-15,000 gallo is, in ipes and barrels, fobr
sale by GRINN iLL, MINTURN & CO,
my20 134 Front st

,w ADDERS-30 cases Ombro Madders, for sale by
my20 134 Front street.

SIMA WOOD-15 tons Lima Wood, for sale by
my2l 5 South street.

P ALE SHERRY-10 pipes and? hhds. a very choice
Wine, has been for the last thtee years under Cus.
tom House lock, will be solid low to lose sales, by
myll G RALIE & CO. 20 Bioad street.

OPPEu-t30UO quintals Pig Copper, for sale by
rnyl8 '55 South street.

'j ARBLES-4 casks Marbles, just received, for
JT sale by
mylt)0 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.

NJ EGALIA SI-GARS-An im ice of 10 M, in quarter
ZW boxes, received per brig Rapid, from Havana,
and for sale by
myl8 GRACIE & CO 20 Broad setret

&g IBBERT'S PORTER-I0U casks Porter and
S Brown Scout, qaarts and pints, .of this favorite
br ad, landing, for sale by
th 20 GRACIE k CO. 20 Broad st.

SAUTERNE U i.E-A few caes, of a clhicequa
biy, received th j day, and for sale by






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EMOVAL.-F. J. CONANT & CO. have removed
L their Wholesale Clothing Warehouse to 81 Cedar
et, up stairs, between Broadway tnd Nassau t. myl7
OHN LORIMER GRAHAM, Counsellor at Law,
has removed his offices to No. 49 Wall st. my 16 2w
SRAHAM, NOYES & MARTIN, Counsellors and
r Attorneys at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, have
oved their offices to the building of the North American
at and Banking Company, (late Unitedetwa Bank,)
49 Wall street. 1 .yl6 2w
I RAHAM, WOOD & POW3RS, Counsellors and
f Attorneys at Law, have-removed their offices to the
ding ol the North ) t.erican Trust and Banking Cornm.
r, (late United StSteO Bank,J No. 49 Wall street.
y16 2w
OTICE -CHARLES SPENCER having been re.
moved from the office of Cashier of the Ph(enix Bank
Litchfield, Conn., all persona are hereby cautioned-
nst receiving or negott .ting any checks, drafts, notes
11s of Exchange, drawn or enorosed by him.
y23 is3t* J. C. WOODRUFF, Agent.
(OTICE.-The annual meeting ofl the members of
the Mutual Safety Irsurance Company will be held
Friday. the 24th of May, instant, at the office of the
ipany, 41 Wall street, for the purpose of choosing six
stees, agreeably to the provisions of the sixth section
he act incorporating said Company. The poll will
n at 2, and close at 3. By order,
yl7tmy24 JOSEPH B. (COLLINS, Sec'ry.
NHE Stockholders of the LEATHER MANUFAC.
TURERS' BANK are hereby notified that theAn.
I Election for Directors, and also for Inspectors ofthe
t Election, will be held 't'the Banking Rooms on Mon.
, the third day of June ensuing; to commence at 1I
ock and close at 2 o'clock.
E. PLATr, Jr, Cashier.
ew York, May 16, 1839. mylSjjel
IViDEND.-The Board of D'-ectors of the HOW.
ared a dividend of Eight per cent. on the new capital,
able on and after the 3d June next.
y23 Im LEWIS PHILLIPS. Secretary.
L mentor Twenty Dollars per Share, with interest
S1st February, on Stock in the American Eichange
,k, is made payable on 4th June next.
JOHN J. FISK, Cashier.
ew York, May 23, 1839.1 my23 till Je4
Office, No. 56 Wall street.
IVIDEND-A Dividend ot Ten per cent is declared,
Payable on the 1st June next. The Transfer Books
be closed on the 22d instant. By order,
y17 lm T. BULL, Jr. Secretary.

T|N April 30,1839.
SHE Piesident and Directors have tihlis day declared a
dividend of FOUR per cent. on the capital -,ock for the last
six months, which will be paid to the stockholders on arid
after the 10th May. The transfer books will be closed
from the 1st to 10th May, inclusive.
By order of the board,
myl 1m R. WITHERS, Cashier.
N CITY 02 IEW YORK. having had the sum of
Five Millions of I .liars subscribed, hereb7 give further
notice that the Booki, for the further subscrip.ion of Five
Millions of Dollars, io the capital stock of said institution
will be open at No. 65i. Wall street, from 10 o'clock A.
M., till 3 o'clock P. M. of each day, iunil such further
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.
Faymeqt of subscriptions for the cap tal stock, will be
received fn cash, State stocks, or such o'her stock as the
Comrtroler maybe authorized to receive in deposit for
bills under the General Banking Law, and tonds secured
by mortgage on improved, unencumbered, real estate in
the United States. Copies of the Articles ot Association,
appraisal papers, and further information may be obtained
upon application as above. A. C. DEMERITT,
apl7 tf President.


SMay 18, 1839.
D IVIDEND.-The President and Directois have this
day declared a dividend of five rer cent on the renewed
capital stock for the last six months ending, 1st instant,
and also a surplus dividend of three per cent, payable on
and aftei the first day of June next. The Transfer Books
will be closed from 23d instant, until the first day of June.
By order,
my20 Im A. B. McDONALD, Secretary.

HE Annual Election for Directors of the UNITED
be held at the office of the company, No 55 Wall street,
on Monday, the 3d day ( Junre next.
The Poll will open at I- o'clock and close at 1 o'clock.
JAMES WILKIE, Secretary.
New York, May 20, 1839. my20 tje3
HE Stockholders are her'eby notified that the an-
nual Election for Directors will be 1 eld at the Bank on
Tuesday, the 4th day of June next, between the hours of
eleven and one o'clock.
By order of the Board,
G. A. WORTH, Cashier.
New York, May 13, 1839. myl3 tje4

to re

L CARD.--MRS. EDWARDS (formerly Miss M.
m) inlorms he, friends and the public generally, tiat
has opened a Boarding and Day.School, at No. 1 AI-
y street, corner of Green vich street, and is now ready
ecelve pupils.
he course of Instruction will include all the branches
he French and English languages necessary for a fe.
e education, and for which, the bqOst master will be
efeiences-Mrs. J. Waddington, Mrs. Dr. Van Rena.
er. Rev. Dr. Milnor, Rev. Dr. Wainwright, Rev. Dr.
eims made known on application to the school.
yl4 2m is los

M No. 410 Houston st, near Broaway.
R. & MRS. BAILEY would inform their friends
and the public, that other Summer Term will commence
the 8th day vY May next. Great attention is devoted In the
Institution, to Focution, Grammar, Arithmetic and Ma.
thematic, History. Writing, Composition and Music. The
whole school attend daily to the French Language, under
the instruction of a Parisian Lady, who resides in the fa-
mily. The number of scholars is limited to fifty. One
competent Teacher to every eight or ten pupils.
ap29 6wis
LADIES, at JAMAICA, Long Island, within a few mi.
nutes walk of tha Railroad Depot, pleasantly situated on
the Rockaw iy Tunpike.
MRS. MACRAE begs to acquaint parents and
guardians, that she will open a select school of the above
description on the 16th May next. Pupils will be admit.
ted at any period alter the above date quarterly.
Mad. Depau, J G Coster, Esq,
Mrs'Milea Smith, 4. M. Fox, Esq.
Rev Dr Mllnor, John Beeckman, Esq.
Rev DrWainwright, Washington Coster. Esq.
Rev Dr Skinner, Mortimer Livingston, hsq,
Dr Neilson, Edw.Thebaud, Esq,'
I W Francis, A D. A B Cox, Esq.
Frelk. A Tracer, Esq. Henry- Beeckman, Esq.
New York. April 30, 18319. myl 1m

Office No. 67 Wall street.
A 9th May, 1889.
.A T an election held at the office of the Company, on
the7th lnst., the following gentlemen were re.elected
unanimously as Directors of the Company for the ensu-
ing year:
Messrs-Henry Rankin RobertLenox
George Johnston Robert Maitland
David S Kennedy John Johnston
LCharles March William Colgate
Gardiner GHowland Robert Dyson
Henry Brevoort,jr John Van Nostrand
Francis Burritt.
FAta subsequent meeting of the Directors of the Com-
kl.j 1hcid O1n Ihe 8th instant. HENRY RANKIN', Esq.
was unanimously re.elected President for "the ensuing
This Company will insure against loss or damage by
nrc,, Dwcctns Ho31,c, Washo-a., and other Build-
ings, Merchandize, Ships in port and their cargoes,
Household Furniture, and every description of Personal
All losses sustained by them will be adjusted with libe.
reality, and promptly settled.
mylO 4w 2wis Secretary.

. 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 prolits are shared by the in.
Zebedee Cook, Jur.r Moses Taylor
Gulian C Verplanck Charles Sagorv
Robert B Minturn William H Aspinwall
Pelatiah Petit :Caleb artlett
George T Ellictt John Harper
Rufus L Lord John L Stephens
Henry Brevoort. Junr Mortimer Livingston
Sidnr.ey Brooks Nathaniel Weed
Robert Schuyler Archib'fd Oracle
Alfred Pell E A w braves
Henry W Hicks John DuerI
Samuel F Dorr Joseph Blunt.
ZEBEDEE COOK, Jr., President.
ALFRED FELL, Vice President
JOS B. COLLINS, Secretary. fe26 istf
liam street, one door south of Wall.
At an annual Election, hulden at the office of the Conm.
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. Dillon,"
Jo,in R. Peters, Thomas Nesmith,
John D. Lawrence, Thomas Suffern,
Joseph Kernochan, James Browen,
George Coggeshall, John Brouwer,
John G. Hicks, R. H. Oseood,
Campbell P. White, Robert Dyson,
Henry W. Hils, William Mandeville,
Hamilton Murray, Jonn Johnston,
I Joseph Kisam.a
And at a subsequent meeting ot said Directors, WIL.
LIAM MANDEVILLE was unanimously elected Pro.
sident of said Company fort e year ensuing-.
The Company still continues their business of Insuring
upon Buildings, Goods, and Merchandize from loss or
damage by Fire. GOLD S. SILLIMAN, Secretary.
New York, May 16th, 1839. myl7 1m
THE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Cor.
poranion will be held at the office of the Treasurer thereof,
in Joy's buildings, Boston, on Wednesday, June 5th, 1839,
at 12 o'clock, noon, for the election of Directors for the
year ensuing, and tbr the transaction of such other busi-
ness as may be brought before them.
By onder of the Directors,
Boston, May 15, 1839.
The Trafifer Books in the New Yo'k Office will be clo-
sed on Saturday, June 1st, and re open on Thursday, June
6, 1839. W. C. WOOLSEY,
my16 tje5 Transfer Office.

OGERT & KNEELAND, 42,Wall street, offer I
?^ sale-
Brandy-In pipes and half pipes, 'Otard, Dupuy & Co
brand, various vintages
Gin -20 pipes 'IWheel Grape' Gin
Madeira Wine-In- hhds, qr casks, and half qr cask
Gordon,' .7 uff & Co's choice old and seco
best quail y
Champagne Wine-56 baskets, 'Joly' brand
Lead -3u00 pigs Roseia Lead, just received
Madder-20 casks Dutch Ombi o do



SOOMS- furnished or unfurnished, can be obtained at
h 119 Cedar street, west of Broadway-with breakfast
tea, if desired. Terms moderate. Apply-as above.
or two gentlemen and their wives, or several single
tlemen, can be accommodated withfurnished bedrooms
a parlour, or parlours, pleasantly situated at Jersey
, with or without board-by applying to MRS. BAR-
R, Washineton street. Jersey City. my221w*

HOUSE 'TO LET in tihe 3d Avenue, between
19th and 20th streets. To a respectable family it
will be rented low. Apply to
my23 SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway.

TO LET, rom the pre enat time to the first of'
October next to a sm ial family, the marble house
ii No 714 Broad may, w ti the use of the furniv-re,
which is of the most elegant description. Apply
to JOHN M. BIXB", Attorumuy at Law,27lBeekman st.,
N.Y. my22 tf

S--The Mansion of the late Chancellor Sanford,
with the adjacent erour-d,- at Flushing, Long
island, will shortly be offered for -sale. The
house, built of brick and maible, is not our-
passed by any private residence in the country, in
point of extent and convenience, and in the durability ard
boa ity of its structure. It can. now be thoioughly exa
mined by persons desirous to pu. chase.
The woods adjoining the ma sion may be ea ily con-
verted into a spacious park. The situation is, in all i a.
i-pects, eligible, be'irg in a healthy location-within eoeht
miles from the city-the site elevated, and with a cots
manding prospect, and the neighborhood enbellished
with delightful country seats, in the highest state ofcu!ti.
As it is presumed that the premises will be examined
by persons desirous to purchase, no farther description of
the property is deemed nee, s ary, my22 tf
The subscriber intending to go abroad, offers
for sale, his residence near the Beach with the
i grounds around the Mansion House apd out offi-.
--ces in all from 4 to 6 acres, and more if required.
The grounds are highly improved with shrubberies, and
the lawrs is scattered with trees of a proper growth to
render tr.e whole, beautifully ornamental.
The house has rooms sufficient to accommodate a large
family. This place has no superior, if an equal in New.
port lor localiiy, and the good taste displayed in laying
out the grounds,the whole having been under theexclusive
direction of a first rate English gardener. For parti.
culars apply to J. M. Bixby, Esq, Attorney at Law.
New Yoik, or to the proprietor.
way-The highly finished modern three story
brick House and Lot, 28 feet front -and rear, by
20( feet dtep, with two story brick stable on the
rear (on Crosby street.) The house was built by days'
work, of the best materials, and is replete with all the oe-
cent improvements, and conveniences. A large amount
of the purchase money mav remain on bond and mort.
gage for a term of years. -For further part..ulars, &c,
apply to Mr N. JaRVIS. No 153 Mulberry street, or at
the sales room of the subscribers.
WILKINS, ROLLINS & CO. Auctioneers,
my8 dtf 17 Broad st.
TO LET-The upper part of an elegant two
story dwelling house, a short distance above Ca-
|l nal street, to a small family. One without child.
en-ren would be preferred. For further particulars
apply, with unexceptionable references, to
myll tf L. SHERMAN, 142 Fulton st.

S FOR SALE-A splendid country seat in the
Highlands, on the Hudson River. Thatbeautiful
lg residence known by the name of the BYVERLT
E-FARM, containing four hundred acres of land,
about two hundred of which is fine level arable soil, of an
excellent quality, In a good state of cultivation, and not
surpassed bv any on the river for fertility-the remainder
is fine and thrifty timber land. The situation is the most
eligible on tie Iludson, extending one- mile and a half on
,he river, wjth abhold shore and convenient dock, being
nearly opposite West Point and within fifty miles of New
York. The prospect is extensive and divertifled, leach.
ing from St. Anthony's Peak on the south, to the bay and
city of Newburgh on the north. This estate can conve.
niently be divided into three farms, giving an equal pro.
portion of front on the river, and of arable and timber
land to each. Almost every enclosure is supplied with
living springs of the purest water. There is on said es.
tate a plain house, (formerly the head quarters of oen
Arnold,) likewise, out housed necessary to carry on the
business of the farm. The single' fact, that during the
whole time the cholera raised throughout the State, not one
case occurred within ten miles of this place, is sufficient to
prove the unrivalled salubrity of the situation. The facil-
ities ofintercourse with the city, that can be reached in four
hours by means of numerous steamboats, are great and
daily increasing, both as regards pleasure, and the con.
veulence of a near marKet f r 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 t'hi rare opportunity of
selecting one of the most charming and picturesque couin-
try seat in th, State.
For conditions of sale, apply to STFPHER A. HAL.
SEY, Esq 189 Water street, or RICHARD 0D, ARDEN,
on the adjioinine.'7-'n. my20 2wls
FmH 3 kI SUbi,.lu.itt offers lor maedi, o in exchange
J_ or property it. or near to the City of Baltimore the
following VALUABLE LANDS lying in Washington
FIFTY.NINE ACRES, more or less, lying about five
miles above the town of Hancock This tract borders on
lthe 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 cleared, the balance is
heavily timbered with oak, hickory, walnut, chesnut,
locust, &c., fully equal to any growing in Maryland. The
soil is a mixture oflimestone and slate, and would be very
productive if reduced to tillage
2,1. A TRACT adjoining the above, containingTHREE
and in allrespects answering to the description given of
the first tract.
3d. A TRACT containing THREE HUNDRFD
ACRES, mroe or less, about four miles above the town of
Hancock, and within a half mile ot the thesapeake and
Ohio Canral ; about faity acres of this tract is cleared, the
residue corresponds with the description given of01 the oth.
er tracts.
1 he contigubty of these lands to the Chesapeake and
Ohio Canal, an.l the immense quantity ..i timber of the
best kinds with which they are covered, mustiei der them
very valuable and an object of speculation For any
further porticulais and for terms, apply to the subscriber
at his office in Court House Lane.
mnyll 2w GEO. GORDON BELT.
V iO LET-Thelarge Basement Room t presentdivid.
1 edinto twoapartments, under the Bank of the Del
ware-and Hudson Canal Co. atthe corner of William and
Pine streets. Also. a Room on the floor oftqe same buildI2
ng Inquire at tiL.e Bank. f16 tf



p'ti a of 30 acres, beautifully situated near New York,
bounded 80 rods by tt.3 Boton Post road, and extending the
same distance along the Sound, tn which it gently slopes.
It is under a ,'gh state, cultivation, and is susceI ible 0l
being div led into 3 or 5 sites for .mintrv residences-pos-
sessing eve. y advar tage or health and p suree be'orn -
ing to the many elegant country seats in the v.cinity.-
Those wishing to pure ase all. or a part, will obtain par.
ticular information of hetiimprovements upon it, by p-
plying at the office of theNew York American, 74 Cedar
street, or at W. W. CHESTER'S, Broadway, corner
Dey street, New York City. mhl2 eodtf

GEORGE B. ROLLINS, Auctioneer.
(Sales Room No. 17 Broad street)-
.W. B. & Co. have made arrangements in addition
to their sales of Real Estate, at public and private sale to
attend to sales of HOUSEHOLD FURNI'TIURE, cargoes
of Mahogany, Groceries, &c. c,. and to t,-asact a general
Auction and Commission business.
W. R. & Co. have o peed a REGISTER for the dispo.
sition of property at PRIVATE SALE.
Chancery Sale-At 12 o'clock at their sales room, 17
Broad street, under the direction or Daniel Ullman, rseq
bIaster in Chancery, all that certain lot, piecu, or parcel of
ground, with the building thereon erected, situate, 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 of ground with
the building thereon erected, situate, lying, and beine in
the present 13th Ward of the City of New York, known as
-No. Bondstreet.'
Also--All that cerin lot, piece, or parcel of ground with
the building thereon erected, situate, I ing and beingin
the present 15th Ward of the City o ew York, known
as No. Bond street.
At 12 o'clock, attheir salesroom, 17 Broad aieet.
Chancery Sale-Under the direction of Frederink De. -
peyster, Esq, Master in Chancery-All that certain lease.
hold property, described as follows-all that certain lot or
Piece of ground, part and parcel of the farm or piece of
tend in the 8th (late Seventh) ward of the city of New
York, known as No 223 King stL .
Also, all that certain other lot known on the said map of
the said farm .by the number 2 6, bhi'g in wid-h on each
side 26 feet. and In length on each Ide 100 feet, with the
buildings and appurtenances, as more fully set torth in an
advertisement signed F DePeyster, Master in Chancery.
Chancery Sale-Under the direction of Frederick De
Peyster, Esq, Master in chancery.
All that certain lot or piece of ground part and parcel of
the farm or piece of land in the 8th (late Seventh) ward, of
the city of New York, and known and distinguished in and
by a map of said farm, lately made by Stephen Ludlum,
one ofthe sworn surveyors of the cityof New York by
number three hundred and twenty sx.
At 12 o'clock, at. the Hotel of Henrmy Van Cott, in the vil-
lage of Jamaica, L.1
Chancery Sale--Under the direction of Stephen Cam-
breleng, Esq, master in chancery-All those @ certain lota
of ground situate, lying and being In-the village of Jama.
ica, in the county or Queens, L. L. known on a certain
map made by Charles.Loss, City Surveyor, In the city of
New York, as Not 123 to 148, inclusive.
For particulars, se advertisement signed Stephen Cam.
breieng, master in -chancery.
WEDNESDAY, June 6th.
CHANCER 11SALE--Under the direction of Thomaas
Addis Emmet, Maseter in Chaneery-AII hose two certain
lots, pieces c parcels of ground situate, lying and being
be, ween the second and third avenues, on the south side
of 6th street, knovn and distinguished on a map showing
a division of a paK of the real estate of the late Nicholas
W Stuyvesant, deceased, among hit heirs, In the 17th
[late 1th] ward of this city, as Nos 52 and 63.- For fur-
ther pantcularsesee adrertiement signed T A Emmet,
Master iu Chancery.

L. M.HOFFMAN,Auctlonir.
Store corner of Wall and Frmtstrt...
L. M. Hoffman & Co. will give their attention to Fu-m
tare Sales 1.
At 11 o'clock, in front; of their Store.
S aai Skins-9 bales hair seal skins, for cap makers
Porter-81 casks English porter
Hemp and Oakum-25 bales Italian hemp,; 60 bales
viry superior Trieste oakum.
Mad ler -For account of whom it may concern, 6 hhds
madder, damaged on the voyage
MONDAY, May27,.
Neutria Skins--At 12 o'clock, at No. 82 South street,
10 bales superior prime winter Neutria Skins, chiefly of
heavy weights and suitable for dressing, &e
SSplendid Mahogany-At 12 o'clock, on Pike slip wharf,
1178 crotchesand 16 logs of very suDerior south side St
Doeningo Mahogany, careo of the brig Elonore. This
cargo is said to be ,he best that can possibly be procured,
was selected from a large parcel with gieat care, and will
be found worthy the attention of dealer. Catalogues will
be ready on day of sale. -
Marble-2 o'clock, on Mat ket street slip, 29 blocks gold
veined Italiar marble, 1 do statuary do, cargo of brig
Steamboat Echo.-AI 1 o'clock at the M E. to close a
concern, the steamboat Echo, built in 1838, 117 feet long,
15 feet beam, 7 feet hold, drawing 8 feet water, with con.
denousing horizontal engine, built by the West Point Foun.
dry Assoclatimw. This boat hag run but one season on the
ferry between Fort Lee and New York, carries a large
number .f passengers, and her speed is equal to that of
any of the small boats of this port. For further partlcu-
lars, apply to Wnm Kemble, 91 Washington street, or Her-
bert Lawrence, 7856 Water st.
Mahogany.-At 2 o'clock at Martin's yard, B R, 190
logs St Domingo mahogany, cargo of the schr Enterprize.

WALDEN PELL, Auctioneer.
V D D.C. & W, PEL.
SStore No.87 Wall]street
D C & W Poll will give, particular attention to sales of
household furniture.
Soap, Wine and Oil-At12 o'clock at the store corner of
Whitehall and Front am, 350 boxes soap,450 boxes wine,
494 baskets oliveoil.
At 12o'clock, in Burling slip square, the British Ship
Europe, (Captain Gourley,) Rigging, Sails, Anchors, Ca.
bin Furniture, &c, saved from the wreck, for account of

*At I ofl l o'clock in front of their auction room,
Claret-800 cases c'aret, various brands
Wine. Oil, Sc. ca-to ofc thip VaJiant, from Marseilles
consisting of200 casks Sauterne wine; .100 do Claret wine;
6o0qr casks Port; 70 half pipes Rouesilln, 900 r casks
Maoelra, 200 Indian bls do; 30 do Muscat; 1200 cases do;
1100 do claret; 1000 baskts oil.,; 200 bales nuts; 16 bales
almonds; 200cases soap; 200 cases olivesno; 1 do olives;

wands e10y; 1unc0 old orsiiky T~b ves;ea
150 do capter-; 100 do as'd pickles: 300 anchovies,
Also, 200 cases xoap. 33 casks verdigris, 7 dio tart acid
At 12 o'clock In front of the store,
Copper, Lead, Iron, Iron Pipes, &c.-A quantity of
sheet lead and old copper, a square copper boiler cf 1000
gallons, 8 copper sauca pans, I copper cooler, 3 sets har-
ness nearly new, I double mahogany desk, 2 iron chests,
one large and one small, 2 small iron boilers, copper and
ron pipe, &c, a quantity of iron cast and wrought.
Mahogany and Cedar..At 3 o'clock at Duryoe's wharf,
E 100logs superior Mansailila Mahogany, cargo of
brig Pearl, from Mansanilla. Also, 42 logs"cedar.
TUESDAY, 4th June.
Black and Gold and White Veined Marble.-At 3 o'clock
on Judd's wharf, ER, the cargo of thie brig HeleonMcLeod
consisting of splendid veined black g and gold, white and
birdtilio Italian marble of desirable sizes. Termned moilr.
orsums over $100 approved endorsed notes ,
Sale of Wines Brandy, Whiskey, &c-12 o'clock at
the stores of MesersHoan Miln, No 94 Beekman a't,
50 hhds iOO qr casks anDl200 indian bbls superior old Pale
Sniherry wine, various brands; 20 pipes 60 hhds and 100 qr
asks fine Mdeperbiigs Odessa and Mexico; 10 pines
30 hhdas and 40 qr casks old Lordon Port; 300 baskets first
quality Champagne; 200 cases superior Margaux, Medoe
and SE Julien Claret,just arrived per Junius and Havana;

60 half pipes Bordeaux and Rochelle Brandy, various
brands ; 10 punchy old Irish whiskey. The above are all
entitled to debenture, being direct mportations.,

SStore, 196 Broadway.
At 4 o'clock each day, at their sales room.
VATE LIBRARIES, comprising Bibles, great works on
Divinity, Classics, Dictionaries, ang uages and Miscel.-
lanies; including several very rare, curious and valuable
pieces of Divinity, well worthy the notice of publishers,
some of which have been eagerly sought and bid fom by
the Religious Tract Society of London; many similar
works on Pnilologyin the Hebrew, (l8vols) Greet, Latin,
German, Italian, French English, and other Languages,
&c. collected In London during the last ten years by a Bi-
Among which are Valpy' S Delphin Classics, an original
subsctiber's set, bound in 161 voles; Reeo, Cyclo Adia,
47 vols 4 to Russia ; Britton's Architectural Antiquities
Idrm Christian do, fine set; Idem Cathedral Ant equities,
P ugin's Gothic Architecture, Lodge's Portraits of Illustri.
ous Persons, 4 v 41o proof; the same 12 vcls Svo, Trus.
ler's Hogarth 4o morocco; Templa es of Elora, the great
French Dictionaries of the Academy of Lavean and of
Baiste,4 vole t, ; Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary, by Ef.
Its, Barretni's Italian and English Dictionary, 2v. Web.
ster's English Dictionary, Russ'a 2r 4to Lavana Die.
tionaire des difficultes de la langue Francaise 2v; Idem
de Synoncmique 2v, all last editions ; Weston on the
Chuirese language, rare; all Bishop Burgess' Hebrew
wo-ks; Robertson's two Uates to the Holy tongue97
rare i a fine set of the translations of the Classic His-
torians- Chrysc --tomi Opera, 5v folio, 1.386; a fine set
Holy Bible, w h Commentaries and Notes from Hen-
ry & Scott and i0j others 3 vols calf extra; Ibidem with do
and Family Exposit-Mikl csims, &c calf extra; Ibidem
the Oxtord, royal 8 .rio y bound in moroeco case; Ibi.
dem, the Latin, Germal tinalian and French portions of
Bagster's Polyglot in 4v morozco extra; Biblia Hebraica
ad Luesden 1701 (ediit setimal; Henry's Exposinion v
Robert's Clavis Bibliorum 2v very rare; Robe-rtpson't -key
to the Hebrew Bible; Sciendia Biblicaav, very rare. The
Church, such as St Chrysostom, St Augustine, Sn Athana-
sins St Aug ustine,.Clemens Alexandrinus, Floury's and
Dr lua Ecclet i ical Histories; the three first editionsof
Erasmus' Greek Testament, a'number of rare works of
English Theology, Stillirig eet's DOrignes Sacra. Mo.
sheim's Eccle History, WMoson on the Covenants, Ire.
land o Reen nation and nn .u-.*--- -


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l-OR SALE at the Foreign adn Classioal Bookstore
T 94Bs'badway-
dernard-Jeuil desE trfan[, I vol,O)etS
Berquif+,-)euvres Completes, 4 vol, 8V, $6; bound.
g3- All of hintales sold separately.
Bouilly-Eicouragement de la Jeunesse, 2 vl, $1.25;
0ltes ama flile. 2 v)i.;$1,25; Contes offets aux Enfanas
dFrunce,2vul, $1,25; Les jeirnes Famines. 2 vol, $1,25;
0 nmesa mes petises Amies, 9 vol, $1,50; Causeries d'un
iciflati, 1 vot, 63Cta Mee ..eapltalatlons, 2 vol, $1,26
Choix do Lettros Morales, I vol. l,' '8. '
Defaiuc.,npert-Traitsde l'H'stolre, 2 vol, 42. 1
Desnoyers-Avoefitures do Juan raul Choppart, 1 vol,
Mine. Oottin-Elisabeth, I vol, 44 cts; Mansfield, 3 vol,
0. $L,78.
Miss aEdgeworth-Eucastion familiere, 2 vol, $1,25.
Florian -Fables, 1 vol, 871 cts ; Guillaume Tell, l tol
30 cts; Nouveoiles, I vol 81 c a; Don Quichotte,8 vol. $,
75; Gonzalve, IVol., $I.I
Feaeloa--Eduoation des Filles,, 31j cts; Teetnaque,683
Fleury-Histoire d'Angleterre, I vol, $1 ; Histoire Ro-
maine, $1; Histoire de I' Ameriquo, 74 ctea Mythologie,
75 cts; Morceaux Choisi,i vol 76 cts.
Mme. Gulzot-Les Enfans 2 vol, $l,7a; L'Eeolier..3
Vol, $2,50.
Oaultier-Lecturrs Gracuce, $ vol, $2.
Lafoataine-Fables, I vol, 81l'cents; Contes, 1 vol, 76
'Snta. I
Levi-Esquisses Historiques, 1vol. $1.
Marmontel-Contes Moraux vol $2,75; Belisaire,
vol, 66 zts; Les Incas, 2 vt,!Sl -29; Morale en Aetion>
Vol 371 ec .
Tremadeoure (Mile) La Vache ndif t 1 vol, f0cts, V
rie, ou lajeune Ardistei I VeTl, 60cts
Mine. Voiart and Tastu--Les Enfans ra Valele .d'
A adlau, 4vol, $t. .- I I
I I[me. Waldor.-Augustese ou leChoix d'tan Etat4 l vol,
Sets. : .-* ,- dlatf
.1OMATO PILLS.-The original andBgeoag ineare on
9. ly prepared by Dr. Miles, who fiomta long series o
a r fulsxperlmentsso.eeeded in obtaining ,this valuable
ex tract, and so eqmb ni ag it with-ce6tain adjuncts as to
institute as invaluable substi tutefor adloameL.
"''i lyspepsia, affections of the liver, c ,nsumptlon of the
V,,wels, sick headache, irregularities in the secretions,
and in a multitude of complaints arising therefrom, this
neitcine has not Itsa superior A ttial merely is requested
%o test its merits and. may beresorted to with perfee.t e.on-
tldenee'and safety. -
** Applications forage tcele or for the purchase of this
inedicmne by whelssal)p, maybe made to I.
GODDARD& k BUTLER, & Gold street,
i.+. ,+ .-flonetal Agehta
Put upinboxeso 25iand 4centieazh. .
g.' Sold also at retail by M .C. Sloeum, 3M. Broadway;
lardad & Delluc, 2>Park 'row and 993 Broadway ; Tho-
maks T. Green, 34S Brpadway; J. Milhulkf, 183 Broadway ;
George D. Coggesbala,421 Pearl, -cor. Rose street; Adatnm.
son & Olfff, 9t1owery and;699 Breadway; John D. Dodd,
643 aud 771 Broadway; H, 4. Orben, cor. of Rivingtoun and
Clinton streets J. &J. Coddington, 227 Hudson, corner
of Sprng street; Dr. W., Murphy, 228 Division street;
and Bushto4 k Aspiawall, 110, Broadway, and 10-Astor
H house. . .. ja 1
ORRIS TOOTH WASH, Preiare.l from the origin a
receipt only by DANIEL GODDARD, No. 8 G0old
street, New York. ---.- .
The Orris Tooth Wash is purely a vegetable preparation
pqssassing the properties ofcleansing the teeth and mouth,
restoring the gumsto a healthy state, and preventing any
unpleasant taste or odour in the mouth, whether arising
from decayed teeth, or from a deranged state of the
stomach. .
"Sound teeth and white teeth are the most, Valuable por-
tions of poor humanity, but how mat&y he*iect thi atien-
t in necessary for their preservatibi, even-whetisurrbun I.
ed by all the means needed. sAnmornigf these we know of
none more pleasant and effectual than the Orrts o10th
Wash; i; cleanses and.whitens the teeth, strengthens the
gums, purifies the mouth, andlaseseternshebreati. We
recommend its use to al7dyniftig and old."- [Boston Post.1
"The OrrisTooth Wash -a the beat detergent we ever
Used on our enamel."-LBoston Tanscript -
jTo rT PoBi.ia,-'l'-he concurrent testmonv oflthe most
eminent Dentsts andd members of the medical faculty in
ovety partodf the Union,!is united in favor of the orris
T ooth W ash.". -; : .. ... ..
S From De. Eleazee Parmley, Dentist.
I have used tkWo- Orrie Tooth Wash,' and having ueev
made acquainted with the- various artkles 6 ..Which it 'o
composed, feel great pleasure in reconumetiding it as an
agreeable, wholesome, and efficient washA for the mouth.
No. 11 Park Place, New York, Jan.1833 -
From N. Dodge, manufacturer of Imitation Incorrupti.
te Teeth, and Surgeoi Deriist.3Xewaw'ork.
Gentlemen -I consider -your Or'ri Tooth Wash the
st ia use. I wish to keep it constantly on hand for the use
o patients ; please send tme a supply, .
I12 Canal Mece, New York, July t84 1I33. -
Jan.23 Signed N. DODOS.

PLA dTER-Prepared fur pains or weakness 111 the
breast, side, bask or limbs; also, lor gout, rheumatism,
liver complaint, and dyspepsia; for coug.hs. colds, asthma;
difficulty of breathing, oppression of theb stomach, &c, they
will give immediate and shooting refeid; ami ter pleasant.
ness, safety, ease aid certainty, are decile.Jly superior to
most of the other remedies. Such per&sns.whome.buanea
or avocations require' thit-h-i should stand or sit much.or
those of sedentary habits generally, who may be troubled
with pains In the side or breast, are advised to try one of
these beautiful plastersg; as they are essentially-different
from all others, and a-ereefe Tfrond 'tfose oLjecfions which
are so reasonably made against plasters generally.
The proprietora4as harl the pleasure of selliag;g.ihem
daily for a numberWfyears In this city and of te many
thousands who-have used them, he has nt., heardofa so.
litary complaint. They are patronized extensively by the
medical prolession; 'and thdre Is not probably an intelii
gent physicianin the Uhlted States or Eirope that would
hesitate to sanction them with his name oriknfluedce, when
madeacquainted with their composidtn.
Printed direetiunsaccompday each plaster, signed by
me in my own hand writing, to couniteifeit which will be
-punished as a forgery: Per noai.Ja'ing them will
remember to ask B&AUS-iTWENGTHENING
PLASTER, and see that they get the directions thus siga.
ed. They.are put in boxes with attrctive show bills--will
keep without iajtit'y In any climate-and wiil be forward-.
ed to any part ofthe United States or Britih Provinces, as
per order, and a liberal diseount made to those who buy to
sell again. In eoncdtalon, I have only to add, that instan- #
oes are so numerous M which the most Salutary elects
have beeo produteei by usnst then, that the are recom-
mended with the most entire confidence to al -those who
are thus afilieted.
They are sold in this ciy at the foliovwlug plae o9nlyy-
At the Bowery Medilcine store, 280 Bowery, an-J t thL
Badeti medicine store, 409 BoWery, corer of Seventb9 st.
mhi7 Iw N. W. BADEkU.
9 I mW re ig .U DntX' -l-.)rnr ol ,Johlin arld o.l streets
E. -The sidbscribasc besd leave to inlbrn the Printefs-
h-the has parchased'tthe ,ensive establisatment former
y nelonaingto PELL, A tlK FritR ; and having fur
ni hed entirely new mousds, anat engaged worknin of th
first talent lii, the different departments, e is now prepared
to execuIte orders with neatness and despatch'
His variety and style 1ol Type Is inlerier ,to none In this
country In addition to these advantages, he further begs
leave to state, that thIn metal used in he manufacture of
his Type is different from that used In any other Foundry I
and he will warrant that it is far more durable and light?
han that in general Use. -
In addition to c be u0aoufacturing of Type, he has made
arrangements to ply the trade with all materials nece'*
Nary for printing offices.
N. B.-EKitors of country papers giving afew.liasrtoon
to this adv tisemenL, will be allowed $3 it Type, by,.ta
king tourtimes the amount.
New Yor, August 24th, 1838. _
U PON rF'S dti U NPOW iJtt.--s4uperlotSpor-tinea-i-
0 other kinds, for sale by the subscribers. Also, Eagle
Gunpowder, in cainnistlws for Sporting. D-uponte's Eagle
Powder It warrantedcleaner, quicker anid stronger than
any other Sporting Powder, heretofore imported. Tne iif-
ferent kinds of Eagle Powder ate all of the same qitilitT,
being manufactured by the samnie process. and of inaterlajs
of equalpurlty ; zhey differ anly ih these of the great i.
Superfine SpordinA Powder ,s; made or tw o sizes. the
Largest grain-,being designated by a redlatsl, with stars.
Also, Gunpowder in kegs, warranted of hefirlut qmn lity
Q1 the following kind ::- ., "
F FF and FFF glazed, FFF aind FFF rough
Canaon, or -Musketor PriaMg, 0o,
-OP M P r r "
NP N N- NP ... .
These three last kinds are called Navy -ewder being
of tMe quality manufactured tbr the United States Navy.-
,Taey answer the best for blowing rocks, on accounito
-hen very great strength. -i r ,
SCARY &VO,- 90 inebstret..
"r0,No Powdar ls warranted genuine, but esucht as Is
0ureLa ed from our agents, r those who are known to be
supuaed by them. -. 2 l
W il mintr ton, Delk ; '. .
S50 terriles of varlouasixes, andia perfect coaditdmion
Also, Mushrooms .
Green Pease, Green Beans, Asparagus, Strawberries,
Peaches. Ch-rries, Raspberrles, &c., arnid a variety of
Pates of Game, ic. jttstreceivedbythe lasd arrivals from
France, by P *NKKB i CO.
jalT iIaMaWonlanq..
h .e .M1L! tiaOGUKtIs.-D. KlBM EK ,Tea itemS.
Ser and Grocer, 142 Grsenwicbhst, has on hand sup.
riorloaf, lump andi crushed Suigar; also white Carthaga;t
Sugar, superior Barbadoes, Polto Rit -brown Havana
Sugar, together with a general =aa n, (ptofGrocetlee.
N. B. FamaiUessuppliet'wlthL'freakhGosIan Butler. toods
sentto any part of the city withouttphargeforp)rterage.
fel8 .
OvEi.NMbNr COFFE &N Ti rA.iv-
S50 bags old Gavert ment Java Coffee
6 chess finest fresh Hyeda'
20 do do PoechoingS '"
100 do -do Soachog '; ,
3 do- -do Feces
Forsaleby Ai BININGR. t hCO.

~ ': TN pursuance ofan order of the Surrogate of the Coun-
ak = I = M .- ty of New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons
To sail from New 'iork on the 25th, and Liverpool on The proprietor's of the several Lines of Packets .,e. having claims against Edwin Beach, late of the City of
the 13th ofeach month. tween New York and Liverpool, have arranged fortheir New York, deceased, to preaenutthe same with the vouchi
FP1IM NEW YORK. saling''rom each port on the 1st, 7th, 13thi 19th and i.th ers thereof to the subscriber, at her residence, No. 45 Wari
JgShip SHERIDAN C (iapt. Aue.'F. Depyster, 2.5th May. of every month ; the ships tosucceed each other ill ihe fol- ren street, or at the office of Burr S Benedict, No.73 Nas-
Ship GARRICK, (Capt. A Palmer, 25th June. wing uider, viz. siu street, in the City of New York, on or before the
New ship Rr)S IUSCapt. John Collin, 25th July. ,- twentieth day of June next.
Ship SIDDONS, apt N. B. Palmer, 25thAugust. MQM- i -C0 ; ~0 0 :O0 GO D Dated New York, the thirteenth day of December, 1938,
NeFRwO LRIVCERPOOL. G 0 ;D0 U d14 Ilaw6m ELIZA B EAC-H. Admninistratrix.
New ship RIDDON S, 13th MJuneay. 0 '0 1 L,,? UktUANT'rto an order maue by tne Surrogate of
Ship SEIDDONS, 13th Jul.1e -- ab0 1he city and county of New York, notice is hereby
Ship SHERIDAN, 3th July. given to all persons having claims aeainst the estate of Si.
Ship GARRICK, 13th August. 4 las Judson, late oft e city of Newv York, deceased, to
These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 41. present the same. wits the vouchers thereof, at tl office
1000 tons,builtinthecityof 1aw York,with suchimprove-- .. .. L T p Cth sm P Ogivi theebee, tre
agents awcombine great speet, with unusual comfort for of Pier Oglvie Beebee, 4Wall street, New Yrk,
.0ent., a c or before the first Monday in October neyt.
passengers. Every care has been taken in the arran0e- Z-=-- Z p -. aM.
mcnt of their accommodations. The price of passage 0 1 FF -- MAR 2
hence is $140, for which ample stores, including wine. J*' ( .i' r- o-. A oU mh26 iaw6m-
&c., willhbe provided. These ships will be commanded H- ,3 .. mh26law m
by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to -" .T a Couit of Chancery, held f, r the State of New
give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners A 5- Yo-k, at the City of New YorKi, on the first day of
of these ships will be accountable fuor any letters, parcels April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
Pr packages-sent by them, unless regular bills of lading aid thirty nine,
are signed therefore. For freirhtor passage, apply to ., UQ -, Fresent-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
E. K. COLLINS & CO. South st. New York, orto First Circuit.
WM. &J AS. BROWN.& CO., Liverpool. Rupert J. Cochran, vs George Abernethy, and Anne his
Letters,by thepackets will be charged 12?. cents per sin.- wife, Isaac Jaques and Wili.am 0. Watrous, imp'd with
gle sheet, 60 Cents per office, and newspapers cent each. 0 others.
my2 It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
FOR NW OL EAN. 4 r S that the defendants, Georre Abernethy, and Anne his
iFOR NHW OUL-Aa. o ,-- to&o ." t O RL 4 wile and Isaac Jaques, reside out of this State, to wit: the
+ o .' -." 5 ,'+', ^'4 ~ ^ fwsaid George Abernethy and Anne his wife, reside in the
C S, xtate of Illinois, and the s d .leaac Jaques in the State of
SLouimi^na andPNew York Line of Packet. K.- o t ewJersey, and that the said William G. Watrous, is
Louisiana andlNew York Line of Packets. S .... ... o. lesleent of this State, but has concealed himself to avoid
(To sail every Saturday:) t -,,,. -, service of the subpoena issued in the said cause;
Ship MISSISSIPPI, Becbe, master, to sail 9th March. i _--- and on motion of J. Blunt of counsel for the complainant
SLOUISVILLE, Allen, 16h t.0, t.r- g ,. it is ordered, thatthe said defendants, George Abernethy,
SARA'T'OGA, Hathaway, 23 P.. > -0 = and Anne, hi wife, and Isaac Jiques, do cause their re-
HUNTSVILLE, .Eldridge," 30th '4 W to -'' spectiveappearances to be entered, and notice thereof to
New ship 6th April. WS,1.. ,S ^, .. -. C .A ,' ,,, w W cow-1 be served upon the complainant's solicitor within four
New ship lth monthsafroin the date of this order, and in case of appear-
New ship 20th 0 W Z a' ance that they respectively cause their answer to be filed
Ship YAZOO,Trask, 27th c" _. 2 ., a ,, c to the bill of complaint filed in this cause, within forty
T" SHAKSPEARE, Cornell," 4th May. days after service of a copy of the said bill,
The above ships are all of ne first ass.colrcand t and in default thereof, that the same may be
copperfastened, of a light draft of water, and iuiltin this aken as confessed against them; and it is on
cityexpressly forte trade, with elezapt accommodations iJ 11 like motion further ordered, that the said William
for passedners,. and commanded byabe and experienced G. Wttrous do cause his appearance to be en-
mbaster.- Thie-rice of pass-age from New York to Ne.w tered, and notice thereof to ba served upon the com-
Orleahs ais fixed at $80, anit from New' Orleans to New i-4--cn-toC4-.1 -D -it'W, C t-4.4 I plainant'as solicitor in three months from the date of tis
York at $90, without liquors. They will at all times be 6 V order ; and that in case of his appearance that he cause
towed up and down the Missisippi hyateamboats and the ';- 1 his answer to be filed to the said bill of complaint, and a
strictest-punctuality observed in their time of sailing. K r -- : : copy served upon the solicitor for the complainai,t in forty
Neitherthe dwnersor captains of these ships wil oe re- t to re days after service of a copy of tne said bill and notice of
sponnible for jewelry, billion, preciousstn ,ee,-iIver'or o4 -1w- e, w. tt o --U w n *- -. this order, or that the same he taken as confessed against
plated ware, or for any letters, parccel orpackage sent by These ships ate all'ofthe first elass, and aLly command im i and itis further ordered that, with twenty days,
or put on board ofthem, unless regular billsof lading are ad, with elegant" accommodations for passengers. The te said complainant cause a copy of this order to be pub.
taken forhe same, and the value therenexpresed. All price of psae from New York to Liverpool, is fixed listed in the State paper, and also in a paper published
grods sent to thedubscriber, will be forwardedfree ofcomn- at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at 35 guineas, in the city of New York, styled the New York American,
trissiorn. For fleightor-pfassagei-applyto including wines, stores and bedding. Neither the cap- and that the said publication be continued at least once in
S. : X. K. COLLINb It CO. 56 South at. tairsor owners will be responsible for any letters, par- each week, in each of the said paper", for eight weeks in
N o gftluiaceived after Friday evening. mh9 els or packages, unless regular bils of landing are succession, or that they cause a copy of this order to be
a .r MEW YORkK AND NEWARK. signed therefore. served personally on the said defendants according to law
-On and after May 9th, the Steam- Agents for ships Oxford, North America, Europe, Co. at least twenty days before the time specified for their
^E. .. I1J boat PASSAIC will make three lumbus, South America, England, Orpheus, and Cam- appearance. JOHN WALWORTH Clerk
U j~~ c trips a day.from Now York to New- bride(copy) JHNWALW RTH, Clerk.
atki-and ev aioiol]dlwf: GOODHUE & CO. or Southt, N. York. ap2 lawSw
New York,. Newark. C. H. MARSHALL, Y order of Daniel P. Ingraham, Associate Judge o
Foot of Barclay at. Centre Wharf. BARING, BROTHERS & CO. Liverpool.. the Court of Common Pleas, for the city ant county
84 o'clock, AM o'clock, AM Agents for ships Westchester, Virginian, Sheffield, and of New Y oik, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the pro.
i .*": PM I K M" 7Unioted Staates visions of the statute authorizing at;aehments against non.
3 t ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st, New York. resident debtors,that on attachment has issued aga.nrt the
On Suhdays the PASfAIC will leave-- T. & I. SANDS & CO. Liverpool. estate of Joseph W. Walker, a non-resident of the State
10 o'clock, A M | 7j o'clock, A M Agents for ships ShaksFeare, Ir.dependence, Roscoe o New York, and that trte same will be sold for the pay.
r 5 A" P M ce P M and Geo. Washington, nientof his debts, unless he appear and discharge such
SFarellt cents. UMsy 7 GRINNELL,MINT URN & CO., attachment, according to law, within nine months from
HOBOEN ~~ FERRIES. 134 Front st, New York. the first publication of this notice; and that the payment o0
S-J The steamboats HOBOKEN and WILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO. Liverpool. any ds due t him by residents of this tate, and the
PONE will ply constantlygents for ships ocius Siddons Sheridan and delivery to him or for his use, of any property within this
PIONEE will P. b marrick, State belonging to him, and the transfer of any such pro.
tween Barclay street and Hoboken. E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st N. York. tate belongingto him, and the trans ary such pro.
Ta N EWAC w "illleave Canal stfeet at the commence- BROWpety by him, are ro, bidden by law, and are void. Dated
ment of each hour and half hour, and Hobokenr every in- -WM. & JAS.BROWNc CO. Liverpool. the th day of Aprll, 1839.
termediasequratetl ,rrintthe da'. mylO LIVERPOOL OLD LINE PACKETS. SMITH B ARKER, Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
n r YORK ~ irgi AN D HAU vs9M. TI-KO, Y G _. 4 k A M~t I T a Courtof Chancery heldl lor the State of New
I A York at the city of Nev York, on the first day of
m 1 fo A 9 wil Id = Line of Packets for Liverpool will hereafter be April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine.
despatched in the followingorder, excepting that when the Present--William T. McCoun, Vice C"ancellor of the
SUMMEA R "ARRANGEMENT., sailing day falls on Sunday, the ship will sail on the suc- first circuit.
ijr.nd 'arter tihe let day of May, thecavs will leave ceedinx dav, viz'. Daniel Russell, vs. Christopher Keyes, William H.
Walker street and Harlem, from 6, o'clock A. M. to 3 From N. York. From Liverpool. Laune, and others. ames Maurice, Jr. Solicitnr.
o'Clock P. M, in the following order- 6 o'clock A. M., 7, 8. July 19) Sept. 7 It appearinp by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court
8j 9, 9,10, I, '12, IP. M., and every half hour until 8 Nov.19 The ORPHEUS-575tons-D.G.Bailey Jan. 7 that William H. Laune, one of tie defendants in the
clock P. M. Mar.l) (May 7 above entitled suit, resides out ofthis State, and withir, the
Extrra care will be furnished, when required by parties, Aug. 1 (Sept 19 Jnited States, to wit, in the District of Columb.e : on mo-
at $5 a trip each way. Dec. 1 The CAMBRIDGE--850 tons-Ira Jan'19 tionof William H. Bulkley, Esquire, of counsel for .the
NJ. B -Passengers bbserving-any neglect of duty or in- April 1) Brseley. May 19 complainant, it is ordered that the said William H.
solenit language on the part of any one employed by the Aug. 19 Oct. 7 Laune, cause his appearance to be entered, and notice
Company, are requested to make their complaints at ,the Dec 19 The OXFORD-800 tons-J.Rathbone. Feb. 7 thereof to served on hecomplainant's solicitor within four
office, 77 Bowery. By order of(tbhe P~l*tee Aprill9) (June 7 months from the date of this order; and in case of his ap
101h29 J. S. WHIGAM. uerintendant. Sept. The NORTH AMERICA-610 tons Oct. 19 pearance, that he cause his answer to the complainant'i.
SNW.ARANg&MNT. n W E Hoxie Feb.19 bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served on the comr
Commencing Aprl., leti 1839. M, ay E. H Junel9 plainant's solicitor within forty days after service of a co-
NW JERSEY RAIRAD TRA OTATION 1 The EUROP-618 tons- Mar-Nov y ofsaid bill; and in default thereof said bill of complaint
C J o G DMPj* . tn.19 s ehalTll. M ar. 7 may be taken as confessed by him.
May 19 July 7 And it is further ordered, that the said complainant
Feb. Th COL BUCropper on B. Mar.19 the State paper and in the newspaper printed in the city of
June 1 pper. July 19 New York, called the New Yorut American," and that
Fare between Jersey 'iy.and"liz'abeihtown, 37 Oct 19 The SOUTH AMERICA-616 tons-- Dec. 7 the said publication be continued at least once in each
cents ; Rahway, 50 cents; Ne rupswick, 75 cents. Feb. 19 W. C Barstow pil7 week for eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a
NEW BRUNSWICK TRAINS. Junels C (;Aug. 7 copy of' this orderto be personally served upn the said
LeaveNew Yor(at thefootofLiberty ) rNov.)Th ENGLAND-730. tons-B. L. Dec,'l WilliamR. Laune at least twenty days before the time
At 8 o'co, dai the ft of Liberty Mar.. Wt e. (ApriD19 prescribed for his appearance. Copy,
At 1 o(cAock, A. M. daily. J A p. I lawsw JOHN W AWORTH, Clerk.
: 6* P. M. daily (Sundays excepted.) men of character ad experience, anda rnied witCoto Chancery held o thState o New
AtL7ea.e M dlly (Sunday storsofthe tiet kind. Every attention will be paid to York, at the city of New York, oa the seventh
At 7 o'cloCk, A.M: daily (Spnasy excepted.) paengers, to promote ther omftt ndcnvdnience.-ht dried and thirty-
9 P.i dioy. Tne rate ofpasage~outwardais'flied by an understanding nine- T. M-on, "iChancellr f h
9 P.M. do. +' withthe proprietors of theother lines, at $140. including Present-William T. McCoun, ice Chancellor of the
.INEWARK ACCOMMODATION LIN. a wines, and Stores or every description, and $120 without. First Circuit.
S(Foot of Courtlandt at., New York) I Neitherhe he captains or owners ofthee ships will be re John Greacen vs. Rufus Davenport, and Zalmon B.
(Everyday Sur ay excepted. N sponeible for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by Waketnan, ada a.
Leave New Tork l Leave Newark them, unless regular billS of Lading are signed ttierefor. ita&pp@MiU bya^4ax t^th. sstielthctlon of this court,
to o'clock, A. M. I 5 a i" Forfreightor pasager apnly to that the defendant, Zalmon B. Wak'man,. resides out
11 o' c A.7 GOODHU' L& CO., or ) .. of this State, but Is a resident, of one of the Unirtod tare,
1" P M it .H. MARSHALL,- s to wit, of the State o0fConnseticuut-On motion of WIl.

-,a,, '. .' i, i. LIYEIRPObL L.NOFPACKlTS. be entered, an'a notice thereof to be served on the com-
5 Jr~a f ,f plainant'sasolicitor wihin four months from the date of this
Nigh t Line, (Sundays excepted.) )3T W G YiT' order, and in case of his appearance taat he cause his an.
Lea veNew York at 12 o'clock P. M and leave New- 'M _____ swer to the complaint's bill ct, be file 1, and a copy
ark at 10io'ciock P. M tphiladelpbla 'irain.] Tosail:lkort New York and Liverpool in the following thereof to be served on the'complainant's solicitor with-
Fare between Jersey City an' lewak, 37j entre. order: Fr.F m New York. From Liveirbol. in forty days after service of a copy of said bill, and in
PkssegersWbo procure their tickets at the Ticket:0f- Ship Aug7 | Sept 25 default thereof said bill of complaint may be taken as
fPeer, receive a Ferry Ticket greats, besides preventing p INDEPENDENCE, Dec 7 Jan ,26 confessed by himm: and it is further ordered, that within
confusion and delay after croasin bethe river. gEzraNye, (Apr 7 May 26 twenty days the said complainant's cause this order to
confnTion kddets y are recivdssing he Codctr o o SCSep 7 Oct 25 be published in the State paper and in tie New York Ame.
day hen u rcehased a Conductors only on the nhip ROSCOE J 7 Feb 26 rican, and that the said publication be continued it. each
.-ay Towhen Trackseth i Jos C.CDelanoiwm May 7 June 25 of the said papers at least once in each week for eight
ieTownd rackstnther wiyofiewoanfrom thbe enn a Oct 7 Nov 25 weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of this or.

,+ : ,,t-,- -Nov7 Aug 25 bed for his appearance.

+- + Ed ward Cornell- (A)' -
FOR PHILADELPHIA. uwr .n (July7 Apr 25 Wmin. ljelio. Solicitor. (A) myll law8w
PI-IIA DLLPHIA. +i ri fl r vL These ships are all Ot the first class, ab commanded, SR T i i
9 itSS'[, 5S i s telZ-1 with elegant accommodations for passengers. The price A RT STREET-Notice is hereby given to all per
-. Pof passage from New York to Liverpool is fixed at $i49; AJ sons interested, that ti'e Commiesionern duly ap.
.. 1A. AR and from I.iverpoolto New York at 356 guineas, including pointed to perform certainduties relative to widening and
Daly, sutfoays r e,.j oath 7.0iuC., A wines, stores a nd bedding. improving Art street, i tite 15th and 17th wards of the cit1-
SEVEN O' C tL Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible for of New York, have complete, their reportof estimate and
y sambat INDEV P .EN DEN toLth y any letters, parcels, or packages., unless regular bills of assessment, as well of the loss and damage sustained by
fBy steamboat IN oEPEN RENCE to South Amboy lading are signed therefore. Applyc, the owners of, and parties interested n, ihe lands aind
from thence to Boraentown, via Rarilrad h and from' RINNELL MINTURN & CO premises required for the said widening and improving.
in tmboat, an arrive. Philadelphia at 2 Agent, 134 Front tor as of the benefit and advantage to the owners of,; and
.M-o'clock P rwk WILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO.. Liverpool parties interested, in the lands and premises not re.
Fare fnt above lne, 3. Fc asengers N qu"red for the said widening and improving ; and
to Philadelphia, 2.i. AKE''. that the said- commissioners have deposited a true
FREEHOLD AN D MONMOUTH LINE.- "y the:7 o sail on the let, lOthab ald-2 Oth I oie erymaontih. copy or trancript of the said report of estimate and
o'clock boat, via Railroad to Hlghtstown, from thence to lax Sa. + assessment in the premises in the clerk's office of
Freehold by stages. Fare to Freehold,$160. ,v .. the City of, New Yotk for the inspection o' whomso.
.TRENTON LINE--By the 7 o'clock boat. Fare tot gllr a alB I- .w.i ever it may concern, and that objectio..s thereto (if any)
Trenton, 2. Forward deck passengers toTrenton, This Line of packets, will hereafter b composed o must, according to law, be made in writing to the
$1 ,0. thefollowing ship, wnich willaucceeder other in the said commissioners, or either of them, within tep
Fareto Perth adSouthAmbey,SOcents. ordei in whichtboy are named, sailing p snctually.fromn days after the first publication of this notice. And
'. I .... I IRA BLI Ea,Agent. New York and Portsmouth on the ist, 10thand20th, and notice is hereby further given, that the said report
Breakfast and Dinner on board-Breakfast, 50 cents; from London on the7thL,17th and 27th of each month of estimate and assesAinent will be presented to the
Dinner, 00 cents. as follows: Supreme Court of Joiricature of the People of the
AlBagglB ageatherlskofltiowner. mhls8 Frm New York. From Lond.& Ports. State of New York, atthe Lariiol in the City of Al-
"NEW-YORK AND PHILADELPHIi ztAILROAD Jarl, I Feb.17 Feb.l0 bany on the fourth day ofJm ri xt, at the opening of the
S LINE-DIRECT. May I ST.JAMES, q Sebor'........ Jue1l7 June20 Court on thatday, oras soon thereafter as ceunselcan be
ViaNewark, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton. Sept. ) Oct 17Oct. 20 heard thereon.-Dated New York, the 17th day of May,
BycontinUous lie of Railroad from Jersey City ( o- ,,Jan..20 rMar..7 Mar.10 1839.
site .lNne ofRai.lad.rmCityonh MaM20 '20GLADIATOR, Tbo- BrttoJuy 7 JuylO SAMUEL GILFORD, Jr. 126 William street,
B. ..lre rinoterr.. -p.. Feb.10 ,Nov.-7 Nov.10 JOHN L. IREl[AfD, 316 Fourth street,
Railroad BrUge at' T'into: .. Feb. 10) Mar.27 Alpr. 1 JOHN W. MUILIGAN, 143 Fulton street,
LeaveNew-York, from thefootof Lriberty'street, daily. JunelO0 QUEBEC F H. Hebard,- ,July27 Aug. 1' mylrstje3 Commissioners.
Oct. 10 nee.27 Dee
Fe-b. '26 T Feb. -Apr.'7 A)r 10 f1 0 SOUTHERN AND WESTERN MERCHANTS
"W w "f 'i... +ig June20i WELLINGTON,!D.Chadwic 4Aug.7 Atirg.o10 L -The, Subscribers offer for sale, In hits to sunit pur-
-S .' ,Oct.201- (Dec. 7 Dc .10 chasers, and on favorable terms, a large assortment of
Morning Line, at S.o'clock, A. M Mar.10: A s (Apr.27 May 1 Wines, viz:
) _Marl Pih^.ine, at 4* o'clock, P. M. July 10 SAMSON,'j Russell Sturges +Aug.27 Sept. 1 Madeirain butts, pipe, hbds, qr casks and barrels
Fare through inbcth lnge, *4. Nov.10) (-Dec.27 Jan 1 Do in casesofone dozen each, part very old a
Passengers will procure their ticKets at the Office, toot Apr. > .'-May 17 May 20 choice -.
of Liberty street, where a commodious Steamboat will be Aug .1( ONTARIO, Henry Huttleson t Sept.17 Sept.20 Sherry, pale, brown and gold in various packages
iareadineas to convey them to Jsraey City, with baggage Dec. 1) 1 L + Jan. 17 Jan. 20 Do, do do do do in glass
crates-nm board.. Tnesehleipare a1o1fthefirst class, abiut 600rons oui Port in pipes, hhd and'qr casks
Philadephina baggage goes through without being open. hen, and are commanded-by able and experienced iavi PDo inccases of one dozen, bottled ittOporto
ed by ne way. g atorsa. Greatcare wilIbetakeyithatthe beds, stores, &o StLuMtaTWine, Teierife and Canary ,
'asses gers y the Morning Line, arrive in Philadelphia are ofthe btsidescription. The price of Cabin passagec Marseilles Madeira,'pweet and dry Malaga
at o.locki P .. T r M p e. a snpw fixed at $140, outward, for each adult, V lcIInj Muscat, in qrcasks, barrels and boxes
iiPlt Line delivers passengers nPiladelphaat ludeewines, and liquors.- Neither the captain iorth* Pico Madeira, Sicily do, Vin deGrave
l|o1oiclc, k-M;, four hours in advance of the U. Mall. *wnersolthese pacb.ats will be responsible for any is'e- Sauterne, French Port, red and white HermitageZ
Returning, will leaye Philadelphia at 8j 'clockc AM, .3'a, parcels, or pacraga sent by them, unlesaregular White and red Lisboi, Bucellasno
*. an.d P ,,-. -. A .... ...tnls of bdlng aresigned tb'erelor. Applyo H Maraschino, Bordeaux Anisetwte and Cordials
Oh rSundays, paisengers r N ewark, thzabeht0*wn. R I NNELL. MIN'TURN & CO. Sparkling Champaigie, of various brands, qts and pts
Rahway and New Brunswickr, will be taken by thee ,el 0 i j -" 134 Frontat..N.Y Hock Wie, do do Sparkling
... .30FAO'KETSITOR fAVE--UNION LINK.; Bordeaux and Marsteilles Ciaret, inidwood and (glass

11 i.. RUSSELL &.-CO, s3 Pine st. have received AL -,H L o Potr.n ALSO
X.]e by la. arrivals, and .offerfor sale the following *' G J Alli : London Porter and own Stouh, qts and pts .
spring goods: A.C .T! ...the.th.1. ...... and Burton, Scotch and .njrIh'Pale Ale, dodo -
Rich Park- Chintz Prita Tottfro ew Yor onte th, 6thnad a4th, and Havana anil Priitlpesgarst of various biands
Rich lighi fancy do fr m Havre lst, 8th, and 16th ofevery month. Wine, Porter and Creo .. ttAea, Corks do
Blick and white do 'rom N e York. From _Ha :re. Foreign anddomestiplnijohns, differentsizes
Blact and white and fancy'printedJMuslins Mar. 8 April 16 Souchong and other Teaso
Mlaait.nAiLm..........-- ..-.'- J.... June 24 ShI pn IOWA. (new) W. W. Poll. Aug. 8 L.ornand l.umn Suanr in hli,, nJhand ..-.l.


i. every person vendirng, dealing in, or retailing Strong
or Spuituol's Liquors in the Cityol New York.
All persons who shall sell or deal in Strong or Spirituous
Liquors, [except Importers or Di-tillers selling any Ii.
quotrs imported or distilled by them, in quantities above
five gallons,] without having first obtained a License for
such purpose from the Mayor, and the respective Alder.
men and Assistaknta of the Wards in wh'ch they severally
reside, are su ject by Law, for each offence, to the pen.
alty of $25; and in case ot Retailers, to the additional
punishment, [by Indicument,] of fine and imprisonment.
Tavern and Excise Licenses will therefore be issued at the
Mayor's Office., City Hall, between the hours of 10 and 2
o'clok, on the' days prescribed as follows, for each re.
apective Ward.
let Ward, Wednesday anti Thursday, 15th anrd 16th May
2d do. Friday and Saturday, 17th and ISith May
3d do. Monday and Tuesday, 20th and l2st May
4th do Wednesday and Thursday, 22(d and 23d May
5th do. Friday and Saturda-iy, 24th and 25th May
6th do. lMonday and Tuesday, 27th and 28th May
7th do. Wednesday and Thursday, 29th and 30th May.
8th do. Friday ndi Saturday, 3itst May, lst June.
9th do. Monday and Tuesday, 3d and 4th June.
10th do ---Wednesday and '"hursday, 5th and 6th June.
llth do Friday and Saturday, 7th and 8th June.
lthdo Monday and 'tuesday, 10th and 11tlh June.
13th do Wednesday and Thursday, 1Ith and 13th June.
14th do Friday and Saturday, 14th and 15th June.
15th do Mopnday an. Tuesday, 17th and 18th June.
l18h do Wednesd y and Thursday, 19th and 20th June.
17th do Friday and Saturday, 21st and 22d June.
D3- Persons now holding Licenses, are requested to
produce them when applying for renewal ; also, special-
ly requested to apply within the time as above, to avoid the
penalties of the Law. By orer,
JOHN MOUNT, First Marshal
New York, Mayor's Office, May 1, 1i39. my7 tje27
IN the matter of opening Eighteenth street,tifrom the th
avenue to the 6th avenue in the 12ch Ward of the
City of New York.
Notice is hereby g'ven, by the Mayor, Al lermpn and
r Commonalty of the City of New York, that an application
for the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate and
Assessment in the above matter, will be made to the Su.
preme Court of Judica'ure of lthe people of the State o
New York, at the Capitol in the city of Albany, onr the
first Tuesday in June next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Dated the l1ih day nt May, 1839. nmylO 20t
N the matter of opening Seventy.ninth struck, fiom the
I Sixth Avenue to the Eighth Avenue, in the Twelfth
Ward of the City of New Yots.
N( tice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen and
Commonalty, of tie City of New York, that an appliha.
tion for the appointment of Commissioners oh' Estimate
and Assessment in the above matter, will be made to the
Supreme Court of Judicature of the people of the State of
New York, at the Capitol in tihe city of Albany, on the
first Tuesday in June next. at 10 o'clock, A. NM.
Dated the 10th day of May, 1839. n.yl0 20t
IN the matter of openir, Eight; fifth street from the
Seventh avenue to the Ninth avenue in the 12th ward
of the city of New York.
Notice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen, and
Commonalty, of the city of New York, that an application
lor the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate and As.
sessment in the above matter,v iilbe made to the Supreme
Court of Judicature of the people of the Stateot New York,
at the Capitol in the city ot'Albany,on the first Tuesdr y in
June next, at 10 o'clock, A M.
Dated the 10th day iof May, 18W9. mylO 2a
N the matter of opening avenue A from 109th street to
the Harlem River, in the 12sh ward of the city ot New
Notice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen and
Commonalty, of the city of New York, that an application
for the appointment of Commissioners ol Estimate and As.
6,e sment in the above matter, will be made to the Supreme
Court of Judicature of the people of the StateofNewYork,
at the Capitol, in the city of Albany, en the first Tuesday
in June next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Dated the 10th day ofMay, 1839. mylO 20t
1N the matter of opening the new street along the line
Sof the Bloomingdale Road from Twenty first street to
the Seventh Avenue.
Notice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen and
Commonalty, of tIhe city of New York, that an application
for the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate and As-
sessmient In the above matter, will be made to the Supreme
Court of Judicatnre of the people of the State of New Yo' k,
at the Capitol in the city of Albany, on the first Tuesday in
/une next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Dated the lOdi day of May, 1830. myl0 20t
T a Court of Cnai .cery, held fur the Stateof New
York at the City of New York, on the thirteenth
day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine,IE
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
The Manhattan FireInsurance Company vs. John Den-
han,, Alexander Denham, the President an.I Directors of
the Phenix Bank, Edward Ferris, and Henry J. Knapp,
and Mark Banks.
It appearing by affidavitto the satisfaction of this Court
that the .defendant, Henry J. Knapp, resides out of ta.is
State, but i0 a resident of one of the United states, to wit:
of the State of Connecticut, on motion of Benjamin
Haight, solicitor, and of counsel for the complainants, it
is ordered -that the said Henry J. Knapp 'cause his ap.
pearance to be entered, andti notice thereof to be served on
the complainant's said solicitor, within four months irom
the datu of this order, and in case of his appearance, that
he cause nis answer to the complainant's bill to be filed,
and a copy thereof to be served on the complain.
ant's solicitor, within forty days after service of a
copy of said bill, and tV in default thereof, said
bill of complaint may be taken as confessed by
him. And it is further ordered that this order be
published within twenty days after the making thereof in
the State paper and in the New York American, a public
paper printed in the c ty of New York, in this State, for
eight weeks in succession in each paper, and once at least
in each week, but such publication shall not be necessary
in case a copy of this order shall be served on the said
Henry J. Knapp, such absent defendant. personally, at
least twenty days before the time prescribed for ishe ap.
Deaz ane.-_of said defendant.
myl7 law Sw (A) Clerk.t.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Surrogate of the
County of New York, Notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against William Falconer, late of
the City of New York, paint dealer, dtceased, to present
the same witn the vouchers theieof to the subscribers at
their place of business as executors, No 4 Wall street. In
the city of New York, on or before the first day ot Decem-
ber next.
Dated New York, l6th dav of May, 1839.
myl6 lawmm Executors.

Madeira-Newton, G M. and S's; Leal's; How.
ard, March & Co.'s; Blackburn's, and others, in casks,
on draught, in demijohns, and bottled Port, of the most
esteemed brands, in casks and demijohns; also of extra
quality, bottled. Sherry-W. Duff Gordon's, and Pale,
Itrown, and Gold, in casks, draught, and bottled.--
Rhine-Ruciesheimer, Marcobronier, Steinberger, Hoch.
helmer, Johainesberger Rauenthaler, sparkling Hock,
&c.; also, the Moselle, Brauneberger, and Stharzberger.
Bor(leaux-Chateau.Margaux, C. Lafitte, Latour St. Ju.
lien, Pauillac, Leoville, with other Claiets, of various
grades and prices, in cases; Sauterne, of various bi ands.
Burgundy-Sparkling and still; Chamibertin, IVolnay, aid
Romanee Malnmsey, L. P. Teneriffe, Lisbon, S. Ma.
deira, kc. ;hampagne-Heidseick, Grape, and various
othet favourite bands, pints and quarts.
LIQUORS. -Brandy-Otard, Duruy & Co., 1827 and
'30- Champagne Brandy, 1815, '25; also, bottled, superior
quality. White Brandy, of high proof, for preserving.
Peach Brandy. St Cioix and Jamaica'Rum, bottled and
draught.-Bay Rum. Fcotch anil Irish, real Malt, and
Monongahela Whiskey Gin-Holland, on draught; Lon-
don Excise, and Cologne Gin, bottled. Arrack-Absinthe,
LIQUEURS AND CORDIALS, of every description.
Orange, Lemon, Citron, Canelle, Menthe, Annizette,
and other Martinique Cordials; also, Curacoa, Maras-
chino, French Annizcte, in baskets. Raspberry and
Cherry Brandy. ,
MALT LIQUORS -Brown Stout, Double and Single,
In pints and quarts, small packages or otherwise, best
brands. English, Scotch, and Philadelphia Ale and
SYRUPS--Lemon, Raspberiy, Sarsaparilla, Ginger,

HAVANA SEGARS of very superior quality, always
on hand, in quantities to suit purchasers.
GREEN .'T'EAS-Ilmperial, Gunpowder, Hyson, and
Young Hyson, in* cannisters, caddies, half chests,; and
chests, selected with gi eat care t rom late importations.
BLACK TEAS-Orange Pecco, Flower da, Pouchong
and Souchong, in small boxes, or by Ib, half chests, and
COFFEE-Mocha, Java, Manflla, Liberia, &c.
COCOA, in Shell and prepared, in small boxes. Cocoa
Shells and Bean.
CHOCOLATE-Zealand, from the pure Caraccas Co-
coa. spicea; also, plain.
PRESERVES, of Havana, assorted, and of the Easl
FRUITS-BunchRaikins,in whole, half, and quarter
bases; Figs, in their season ; Bordeaux Prunes ; Citron :
Sultana Raisins; Zante Currants; Princess' and Bordeaux
Almonds; Grapes, in their season.
FISH-Sardines, in oil; Anchovies, in boxes of one
dozen glass jars; Herrings, Dutch and Scotch, pickled in
kegs; also. smoked. Salmon, soused, in its season; pick-
led, in kits.
SAUCES and KETCHUPS, of almost all the varie.
ties, English and French.
MUSTARD, YFrench and English, in pats bottles, andti
101b and 201t1 kegs.
CHEESE-Double Gloster, Cheshire, Schabzlber,
Parmesan, and American '
HAMS--Vestpha1IaVtrginia, Newbold, Sie. Tongues,
Smoked Beef, &c.
SUGrARS-Sft Cirnir in harlm-~1 halt( hk>-l1_ nr- -.1h-

A T a Court of Chapcery,held for the State of New
York, at the City of New York, on the first day uf
Aoril, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine-
'Present-William T MeCoun, Vice Chancelior of the
First Circuit.
The North River Insurance Company vs Isaac R Fre .
man, William E Dennis, the President, &e.of The Na.
tional Bank, and Peter Fay.
.1 lt appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
tiat the defendant Isaac K Freeman, (a resident of this
State) is at present absent therefrom, to wit; in Cleveland,
in the State of Ohio. On motion of John Sloascn, ofcoun.
eel for the complainants, it is ordered that the said Isaac
R.Freiman do cause his appearance to be entered and
notice thereof to be served oni the complainant's solicitor
within three months from the date of this order; and that
in case of his appearance he cause his answer to the corn
plalnante' bill to be filed, aid a copy thercorto be served
on the complainants' solicitor within forty days after ser-
vice of a copy of said bill and in default thereof said bill
of complai'.t may be talken as confessed by him. And it
is further ordered, that within twenty days the said corn.
plainants cause this order to t.e published in the State pa.
per and in the New York American," a newspaper
printed in the eity of New York, and that the said pub.
location be continued in each of the seid papers at least
once in each week for eight weeks in succession; or that
they cause a copy of this order to be personally served on
the said defendant, eIsaac R Freeman, at least twenty
days before the time above prescribed for his appearance.
apl6 law8w
BY order of Michael Ulshoeffer, First Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas for the City and County of
New York, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provi.
sins 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 State of New Jersey, and that the same will be
soldl for the payment oftheir debts, unless they appear and
discharge such attachment, according to law, within nine
months from the first publication of this notice ; and that
the payment of any debts due to them by residents oit this
State, and the delivery to them or for their use, of any pro.
party within this State belonging to them, and the transfer
wf any such property by them are forb dden by law, and
are void.
Dated the 18th day of April, 1839.
apl9 law9m Atttorney for Attacning Creditor.
't O'T'ICE of application for the exemption ot a debi-
I. tot's person from imprisonment, pursuant to the
provisions ofithe fifth article of the filth chapter of the se
contl part of, he revised statutes. Francis Sherwood, as
well in his individual capacity as or.e of thlie him ofB & F
Notice first published April 20th, 1839. Creditors to ap
pear before the Hon. Robert H Morris, Recoider of the
City of New York, at his office in the City|Hail of the
said city, on the third day of July next, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of tht dey.
Dated April 19, 1839. an20 lawlOw
T a Court of Chancery held tor the State of New
York, at the City of New Yolk, on the eighth day of
April, one thousand eiht hundred and thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
Peter Brower, guardian, &c. of the ir.fant children of
Abraham P Brower,?deceased, vs. William H Ellet.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant,,William H Ellet, resides out of this
State, but Is a resident of one of the United States, viz .-
thm State of South Carolina. On motion of M M David
sop, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered that t e
said William H ElleL cause his appearance to be entered
and notice thereof to be served on the complainant's soli-
citor wiLhin four months from the date of this order ; and
in case ul his appearance he cause his answer to the corn -
plain.int's bill to be filfd, and a copy thereof to be served
on thle complainant's solicitor within forty days after ser-
vice of a copy ofsaid bill ; and in oefault thereof said bill
ofcomplaint may he taken as confessed by him. Ahd it is
further orderedthat within twenty days the said complain-
ant cause this order to be published in the State paper and
in the New York American, a newspaper published in the
city of New York ; and that said publication be continued
in each of the said papers at least once in -each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of this
order to be personally served on the said William H Ellet,
at last twenty da)s before the time above prescribed for
his appearance. Copy,
ap26 law8w JOHN WALWURTH, Clerk.
T a Coutstof Chancery, held for the State of New
York at the City of New York, on the twenty third
day of April. one thousand eight hundred and thirty-
nipe -
Present- William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit
Andrew Stark, William Whitewright, and William
Steele, executors of Robert McCrea, deceased, vs. Samuel
L. Gouvtrneur, Maria H. Gouveineur, Robert Tillot on,
Otis.-Loomer, Charles C. Pearsall, George C. Ray, Jo.
hannes H. Lott, Frederick W. Boardman, Sarah Besley,
Henry W. Warner, Ezra L. Miller, Ebenezer Mason,
Anthony Arnoux, and Gabriel A Arnoux.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendaat, George Clinton Ray, resides out of
this Staie, but is a resident of the city of Manchester in the
coLnty of Lancashire, England. On motion of Wiliarp
Inglis, solicitor, and of counse" for the complainant, it is
ordered that the said defendant, George Clinton Ray, cause
his appearance to be entered and notice thereof to be st r-
ved on the complainants' solicitor within nine months from
the date of this order ; and in case of his appearance that
he cause his answer to tt e complainanrt' bill to be filed
and a copy thereof to be served On the complainants' soli-
citor within forty days after service of a copy of said bill;
and in default thereof that said bill of complaint may be
taken as confessed by him. And It is further ordered that
within twenty days the said complainant cause this order
to be published in the State paper and in the New York
American ; and that the said publication be continued in
each of the said papers at least once each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he se a copy of this
order to be personally served on the said George Clinton
Ray, at leasttwenty days before the time above prescribed
for his appearance. Copy,
ao27 law~w JOHiN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Court of Chancery, held lor the State of New
York at the City Hall of the city of New York,
on the twenty ninth day of April, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
first Circuit.
James G. King, vs. Harriet B Alvord, Mary E Brow-
ning, and Henry B. Alvord, imp'd w'th Henry A. Beach
and Dudley S Gregory. executors of Dwight Browning, de-
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that Harriet B. Alvord and Mary E Browning, two of the
above-named defendants reside out of the State of New
York, but within the United States, and that Henry B.
Alvord, and another of the above named defendants reside
within the State of New York, but has concealed him-
selfmin order to avoid service of'the subpoena issued in this
case ; and, on motion of J. Blunt, of counsel for the
comnp'lainrant, it is ordered, that the said defendants, Hat-

riet B Alvord and Mary E Browning, cause their respect.
tive appearances to be entered, anrd notice thereof to be
served upon the complainant s solicitor within four months
from the date of this order; and in case of appearance
that they respectively cause their answer to be tile ; to the
bill of complaint filed in this cause, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the comolainants'as solic.tor v.'thtn forty
days after service of a copy of said bill, and in default
thieteof that the same may be taken as confessed against
them. And it is on like motion f.rther ordered, that the
said Hebry B. Alvotd, do cause his appearance to be enter
ed, andi 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 thereof to
be served upon the solicitor tor the complainant In forty
days after service of a copy of the said bill and in default
thercol that the said bill may be taken as confessed against
him. 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 a' 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 one, in
each week in each of the said tapers for eight weeks im
succession, or that the said co.Aiplainantcause a copy of
this order to'be served personally on the said defendants,
according to- law, at least twenty days before the time
specified for theirappearance.
my2 law8w I 1 Clerk.

A T a Court ol" Chancery, held tor the State of New
York, at the) City of New York, on the twenty-
second day of April, one thousand eight hundred nd
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
Ft.'st Circuit.
James Barker vs. John Byrnes and Mary his wife, Pa.
trick.O'Neill, and Edward McDermott.
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
Orleans, in the State of Louisiana ; on reading and filing
said affidavit, and on minotion of Smith Barker, Esquire,
solicitor for the complainant, It is ordered, that the said
Patrick O'Neill and Edward McDermott cause their ap-
pearance to be entered herein, an] notice theretl to be
served on the complainant's solicitor withn four months
from the date if this order, and in case their appear-
ance, that they cause their answer to the complainant's
bill to be fired, and a copy thereof to be served on time
complainant's solictor within forty days after service of
a copy of said b1', and that in default thereof, said bill of
complaint be taken as confessed by them. And it is fur.
other ordered, that within twenty days ftom the date of
this order, the said complainant cause this order to be
published in the Stati paper and in the New York Ameri.
Scan, printed in this Stale, for eight weeks in succession,
and once at least in eech 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 Jays before the time hereinbefore prescribed
for their appearance herein. (Copy.)
myB law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.

i'gk HORNE has removed. h office to '204 Ful-
S ton street, between Greenwich st. and Broadway.
Strangers are respectfully apprized t hi tIn;.HOBNIl
wp a bred to the Medical Profession in the dityf London'
ant. has been a practical member of sald'Facu.ty.ofPtylrie
42 years for the last 32 in the City of New Yi k. Bji
practicefrom being formerly general,he hIaslong ohfined
to particular branch of Medicine, which engages him
profound attention, viz:-Lues Veneria. Scorbutus,. Scro-
fula, Elepr tntiasis, and. in short, all diseases arisirig
frim a vitia tdstate ofthe blood. His experiences very
great. His mtuccess astonishing. In many thousands of
cases committed to his care, of all gradeA and every degree
of malignancy, he has speedily restored his patientsto
health and a soundconstitution.
He cautionsthe unfortunate againstthe abuse of mer
cury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out of life
Seethat your case is eradicated, not patched up., The
learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observer-.'Marrid :
persons, and persons about to be married should be par
ticularly cautious ofthose afflictions. Whatadresdiulin
heritancf to transmitto posterity." Persons afflicted with
protracted and deplorable cases need not despair of a
.orplete recovery, by applying to Dr. Hornme. Recent
alections, wftear local, are, without mercury, etin-guish- *
ed in a few days. Whatgrieves tife- Dr. is, that many
affiictea,instead of taking his salutary advice, have re
course to advertised nostrums, where there is no response
ability, andthe compounders unknown; by such means,
throwing away their money, (where they vainly hopeto
save,) andrruinforeverthei.: constitution. h 'oe 4
Persons whomay have contracted disease, or saunspec
latent poison, are invited to make application to Dr t
HORNE, at his| Establishment, No.204 Fulton at., be.
tween Greenwich st. and Broadway. Atesidenceofthirty
wo years in New York city, has radically established
Dr Horne'scharacterforsterlinghonor- and based on.rea
respectabilityand skill. Dr.Homrne odersto his patron ,
a sure guarantee.
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients cea never
come in contact.
Attendance until half past 9 in the evening.
No Letters taken In unless post paid. All city letters
3" Stulto-umincuratapudor mnalusulcek acea."
-Horace's 16th Epistle.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Hornedesireatobenefitthepubliel
itis proper he should continue his advertisement for ti.-
goodofatrangers, as itis wellknown people a.rej'xtrainel
shy in spoakii.g of cases of a delicate nature, e,/en whero
Sphysicianis pre-eminently successful. j14
N pursuance ot an ordei of the Surrogate ofthe County
of New Yolk, Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims. against Alexander Sydleman, late of Pres.
toun, Connecticut, deceased, to preseiit the ame With the,
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at the office of Wm,
M. Peck, No. 60 South street, ii. the City of Diew York, oi
or cefore the 25th day'of September next. .
Dated New York, the t16th day ofMarcalS3s.--7
mhl9 law6m Adhiinltratrix, &e.
A GOOD MEDICIh NS that performs what it promises
.4 to, isa public. bernelactor. Such the
has proved itself to be, ,,y haviiig been successfully tried
in all parts of the country. Many thousand certificates
might be obtained of its value and eficiency-if the-pro-
prietors were disposed to collect them, in corroboration of
which they will simply give an extract of a letter lately
received from their agents, Messrs. Masters & Co. at Port-
land, Me., where coughs, colds, and pulmonary affectons
prevail as much as any where; and where as great va-
riety of remedies have been offered. They say, '" We
have universally recommended your Cough Syrup as mu
prior to any other cough preparation we know of, and
we are happy in being able-to do so from the numerous
and unanimous testimonials inits favor from all rto whom
we have sold it. We believe your syrup will eventually
lead all others in its efficacy." The proprietors would
add that what gentlemen say is corroborated by more than
one hundred agents in different parts of the country, and
theytherefore confidently recommend it to the public as a
highly valuable family medicine, as on trial it will be
found not only the most efficacious, but the most pleasant
and agreeable remedy to be met with. They will guarantee
this tluch by offering it gratis, or to refund the pay in
every case where relief is not obtained.
Sold wholesale by the proprietors,
GODDARD & BUTLER, 8Goldstreet.
AndatretaJloy Rushton & Aspinwall, 110 Broadway
10 Astor House, M. C. Slecumn, 303 Broadway, corner o
Duane street, Souillard & Deiluc, 58 Broaday, and 2 Park
Row, John B. Todd, 643 Broadway, corner of Bleecket
street, and 771 Broadway, corner 8th street, George W
Emb'ry, 77 East roadway, corner of Market street, D,
Clay, cor. of Varick and Franklin streets, J. L. Schieffe
lin, corner of Canal and Laurens streets.
For sale also as above. I
This article is confidently recommended for the con.
stant use of all who wish to preserve a sound set of teeth]
with healthy gums and sweet breath. 10oshow theestimaA
tion in which it Is held by the faculty, recommendations
have been received fiom the following, and accompan
each bottle to wit :
Dr Eleezer Parmely, Dentist, Park Place, N Y.
?eo Clay, Dentist, East Broadway, N T
N Dodge, Dentist, Canal st, N Y
J Parmley, Dentist, Augusta, Geo
T W Parsons, M D, surgeon Dentist, Boqon ma
E A Davenport, M D, Boston
S A Shurtleff, M D do
Jno Randall, M D do
W Channing,*M D do
S M Weeks, M D. Tuscaloosa, Ala
J H Harris, M D, Nashville, Ten|
S I Leggett, M D, Surgeon Derntist, Zanesnvu, 0. *
N Peabouy, M D, do Salem.Mass
Edwin Parsons, M D, do roitlandMet,
W K Brown, M D, 40 do I
F J Higginson, M D, Cambridge, Mass.
Dudley Smith, M D, Lowel!, Mass.m
N. B.-Aa so e people's teeth require-an oecasfor lV ...
c,fyv"wder lor cleaning them, the Compound Orris Tooth
Powder is highly recommended in all such cases, and I,'
for sale with the above. j
K ICH FAN CY NOTE PAPER--Samples of the m(i
beautifully designed Week and othle Nore Paper
at received from Paris, ant for sale at ,
OUION'S, 189 Broadway ,
apr I opposite John ste
J CENTRATED.-Fur purifying the blood, removing
eruptions, &c., from the skin, and all impuritris Prot the
system, this pleasant and healthy Syrup ha< no equal.-
Perhaps there is no more certain way ot promoting gene-
rai health during the Summer, than by using this Syrup fi
the Spring. The medical proCe.ssion abe n i decided pre..
ferenee over all lhe most celebrated Panaceaa", Syrups.'
&c., and nu sing mothers, whose iafamr are affilcied with
Scald Head, Sore Ears, or Weak Eyes, are particularly
recommenued to use it. It is perfectly hairless, and when
combined with Seidltz or Soda Water, forms a cooling
and agreeable beverage. Used with cold water, it makes
a very pleasant Summer drink, and may be used with ad.
vantage by most persons at anytime. Ilts prepared Irom
the best Honduras Sarspariila, according to the most ap.
proved formulas, and great care has been taken to keep
it tree from impurities and all obnoxious admixtures.

Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retail by ih be'b.
scriber, at the Bowery Medicine store, 260 Bowery, New "
York. my 1
j EATN1SS AND UTILITY.-The lact Ihat a IEY
SLABEL haa long been a desideratum to all ladies
whp are good housewives and to business men generally
has induced ti e undersigned to gtt out a neat little article
for this purpose, made of ivory and pearl. It ha. a small
ring through it, by wbich it maybe attached to the key,
and is such a very light and, pretty little affair, tila it I
really desirable as an ornament for a key. Ladies who
have had to send up or down stairs several times lor a par-
ticular key "hen in a hurry to go out, would be saved imuch
annoyance by this little locket. Gentlemen who have had
to walk irom their place of uasinefs totheirdweHiacrtn-
consequeace of having taken tle wrong key by mistake,
need no argumnen. to convince theA of tihe actual necessity
of a K tV LA M ;L]; ..M 0 --:: ,
my15 189 Broadway. opposite John street.
SAND PRINTING.--'. & C. WOOD, No. 18 Wail
street, offerr for sale-
Swat, quills-A large assortment ofthef st quality by
the hundred or thousand
Steel Per.s-Perryan, Gillot's,Windie'e, and otherkinds
Wafers--Red, black and mixed colors of all sizes, trale
parent ditto,and Motto Seals
Wax-Superior Engliah and American of various colors
Ink Stands, Wafer and Sand Boxes of every kind and
pattern, by the -doen or retail
Manifold Writere, Tiavelling Port Folios and Baak
Note Port Folioa lor Brokers .-
Maps of every State in the Union Sect'on Maps
Mitchel's Maps of the United States
Law Blanks. of every kind and other Blanks
Writing Paper and Wrapping Paper of all kinds fer
sale by the retail or quartity
Check Books-A spledid assortment of Cheeke en all
the different Banks ot thecity .
Blank Books of every sort and kind, made to every sie,
,and ruled to any patternI I .!
Lithograthy.-i-The subscribers having at a great ex-.
pense fitted up their Lithogiaphic, are Iow ready to exe-
cut* at the shortest possible nriotice, all orders in the above
lh.ed: Suth as Citculais, Drafts, Bills of Exchange,
Notes, Diagrams, Maps, Plans, Plates, and in a manner
equal if not superior to any other establishment ,ojth.
kind in the city. my9tf
C folio
Collier's Church History, 2 vols
Leasletlo's Bible, folio
CypriauS Episcipi
Cyprian Opera.
Caecetas on Jeremiah
Coverdale's Bible, 4to
Carpenter's Litroduction to the Scriptures
Calvin's Institute do Life
Churchman Armed, 8 vols
Cave's Lives, 2 vols
Cave's Primitive Christianity
Coat's Lives of the Fathers
Glaude's Essays, with notes, by Robinson, 2 vols