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: June 17, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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 Related Items
Related Items: New-York American, for the country
Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
Succeeded by: Morning courier and New-York enquirer

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MOND Y G89 V' I'A* AW..ALA; .

TERMS-Dafly Paper, $10 per annum, payable semi-
nmLW.eeily Taesdayand Friday, $4, payable ahoay
Tri-Weeki,j Tus day, Thursday andi Saturday, at $5,
pay*ble awawsuin advance.
Terms foradvertising in Daily .Paper.
RALV" 'SQUARE, DAILiY-8 lines or less-Flrstinser.
tVoiL, 60-cents; second and third insertions, each S5
cenrBts.and 181 cents for every subsequentinserdon.
ISQUARE, DAILY-16 lines, or over 8 and less than 16--
i tinMartion, 76 cents; second and third insertions,
*iah 5 cents; and 18S cents for every subsequent inner
ADVERTISEMENTS kspt on theinide are charged an
additional price.
ADVERTISEMENTS, upon whichthe numberof times
lortnsertion IS NOT MARKED, wiil be inserted and
ctMArged until ordered out.
iAk LY ADVERTISERS, paper included, $40-with-
out the-.iaper, $32per annum: not, however, for a lesn
period thal six months.

NMonthly Report.- qince the last report 21 persons
nave been Insured :-
01f'whom 7 are residents ofthecity ofNew-York. .
14 areresldentsoutof-thecityof New-York4ji
10 are Merchants
3 are Cashiers
3 are Clerksj
6 are other pursuits.1 ~
Of these, there areinsuredfor 1 year ana over 6
thereareinsuredfor7 years 12
there arminsured for life, 3

Of,.the t here arel naur

edfor$1,000 andunder 2
edfor $5,00 and under 16
ed for $10,000 and urder 3

ie6 pg. A. NIuCOLL,ecretary.
N O f Office 54 Wal street.
EW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-This Com-
pany continuesto make insurance against loss anddamage
ev irsl nd the hazards of inland navigation."
R. Havens, President, B.-L Woolley,
Nalah Taylor, Micah Baldwin,.
Cornelius W. Lawrence, Joseph Otis,
J. Philips Phconix Fanning C. Tucker.
John Morrison, Meigs D. Benjamiih
loseph B. Varnum, John Rankin,
David Lee, John D. Wolfe,
Caleb 0. ,kinated, Nathaniel Weed,
William V.. Todd,' Ferdinand Suydam,
William Couch.
dXl| LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
L. Wall street.-Will make insurance against Loss ojr
Damage by Fire on as favorable terms as other offices In
this city.
John Wheelwright Thomas G. Talmage
John R. Peters George S. Doughty
Russell Stebbins Benjamin K Wmithrop
James K. Hamilton Burr Wakeman
B. H. Winslow : Edward Sandford
Alfred Colvill M (C Morgan
'John V. Greenfield John Brouwer
Obadiab Holmes Edward Doughty
Tutnuis Van Pelt Smith Harriott
Win.W W. Chester Thomas Jackson
John W Mason Jona. H. Ransom
George.C. Thomas Henry Erben
Wmn. M. Clarke.
GRAHAM & BANDFORDS, Counsel and Attorneys.
je4 tiyt:
A a COMPANY, No. 55 Wall st.
T an annual election he'd at the office of the Compa
s.y, on thel 8 day of June, 1839, the following gentlemen.
were duly'Bleeted Directors for the ensuing year :,
John L. Bowne Ebenezer Cauldwel]
J11n R Willis Morris Ketchum
Bila. Hick' Joshua S. Underhill
Robet*G c4orne6 l Charles T. Cromwell
James BArker Cornelius W Lawrence
'4ni1inCoZlts ) Nathaniel Lord
SLindley Murray Charles Kne*landt
Henry H. La'Wrence Edward A. Wright
Stephen Van Wyck Benjamin Clark
[saac Frost- Robert B. Mlnturs
Robert D. Weeke William Bradford
lohnWeod Thomas W. Pears& Ii
Thomas W Jenkfos Silas Wood
Benjamin Strong George D. Post'
George Hussey Robert H. Bowne
Uriah F. Carpenter Albert Woodhull
James H.Titus GeoigesB. Smith
Samuel C Paxson.
At a subsequent meeting of the Board. John L. Bowne,
]Eq. was ubamously re- elected President.
j JAMES WILKIE, Secretary.
liam street, one door south of Wall.
At an annual Election, holden at the office of the Coni.
pany, on the 13th instant, the following gent'emen were
unanimously elected Directors of this Institution, for the
year ensuing, viz:
James Mcbiide, John Moorhead,
Abner Weyman, Robert J. Dillon,
Jor.n R. Peters, Thomas Nesmith,
John D. Lawrence, Thomas Sufiffu,
Joseph Kernochan, James Brow ai
George Coggeshall, iJohn Brouwer,
John G. Hicks, R. H. Osgood,
Campbell P. White, Robert Dyson,:
Henry W. Hills, :William Mandeville,
Hamilton Murray, Jonn Johnston,
Joseph Kissam.-
And at a subsequent meeting ol said Directors, WIL.
LIAM MANDEVILLE was unanimously elected Pre.
sident of said Company for theyear ensuing.
The Company still continues their business of Insuring
upon Buildings, Goods, and Merchandiza from loss or
damage by Fire. GOLD S. SILLIMAN, Secretary.
New York, May 16th, 1839. myl7 irn
.I -Persons may effectinsurancewlththis lcompanyon
heir own lives, orthe lives of others, and either for the
Wheleduration of life, or for a limited period. The pay
6mts of premium maybe either made annua.ly or in &
gross sum.
P'smlumson on. hundred dollars:

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14 72 86 1 53 38 1 48 1 70 3 Of
16 577 881 56 89 157 176 3 11
16 84 90 162 40 169 183 3 20
17 86 91 165 41 178 188 3 31
18 89 2 169 42 185 189 3 40
19 90 94 173 43 1 89 192 3 51
20 91 95 177 44 1 90 19-13 63
21 .92 971 82 45 1911 96 3 73 /
22 94 99 188 46 192 198 3 87
23 97 103 193 47 1931 99 4 01
24 99 107 1.,98 48 194 2024 17
26 1 0 1 12 2 04 491 95 04 4 49
26 107 117 2 11 50 196 209 4 60
27 112 123 2 17 51 197220475
28 2 2B 2 224 52 202 237 4 90
29 21 f 31 53 2 10 2 59 524
30 1511 2 36 54218289 5 49
31 1321 2243 55 2 32 3 21 5 78
832133 6 250 56 2 47 3 56 605
33 134 1 r 2 57 57 270 4 26 27
34 5 31 264 58 3 14 4 31 <50
5 36 1.8 275 i 9 367 463675
13 9 167 2 81 60 4 8 4 91 700
431 68 90
itii(.ey will be received in deposit by the Compary and
Ue.u in trust, upon which interest will be alloweJ as fol|
Upon = urns over $100, irredeemable for 1 year, 44 peifct
do do 10C, do 6mns. 4 "t
d ao 100, do 2 "+
We. Bar James Kent
,Ihomas W. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime
We. B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereux
Esnj. Knower Gelian C. Verplarci
% er Harmony Henry Brevoort; jr
Join G. Coster James McBrides

1-.-The;Subscribers offer for sale, In Itts to suit pur1
chasers, and on favorable terms, a large asortment ot
Wines, viz: -
Madeira, in butts, pipes, bbhhds, qr cask's and barrels
Do in cases of one dozen each, part very old a
Sherry, pale, brown and gold, in various packages
Do do do do do in glass
Port in pipes, hhds and qr casks
Do incases of one dozen, bottled at Oporto
St Lucar Wine, Tenerifie and Canary
Marseilles Madeira, sweet and dry Malaga
Muscat, in qr casks, barrels and boxes
PicTo Madeira, Sicily do, Vin Je Grave
Sauterne, French Port, red and white Hermitage..
White and red Lisbon, Bucellas do
Maraschino, Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials
Sparkling Champaigne, of various brands, qts and pts
Hock Wine, do do Sparkling
Bordeaux and Marseilles Ciaret,kinitwood and,glass
&c. &c.
London Porter and Brown Stout, qts and pts
Burton, Scotch and English Pale Ale, dodo
Havana and Prin'tpe Segars, of various brands
Wine, Porter and Claret Bottles, Corks do
Foreign and domestic Demijohns, differentsizes
Souchong and other Teas
Loaf and Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels
StCroix do in barrels
Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves
Marseillef and Bordeaux Salad Oil
Old Java and Laguyra Coffee
Bunch Raisins, Almonds, Sperm Candles, different.sizes
English Mustard, in whole, half and qr boxes
Olives, Capers, Sardines, &c. &c.
ORACIE & CO, 20 Broad st
Orders from other places wi!1 receive attention, and for
warded to any part ofthe -nite'l States. fell
P o A. H. RENAULD, No 30Pine~street, up stairs
S offers for sale
EMBROIDERY-an assortment consisting of Capes
Collars, Handkerchiefs Cuffs, &c
THREAD LACE-Mecklin, Valenciennes and Lille,
of the newest anid best style.
ARTIFI.IAL FLOWERS, suitable for the spring.
PRINTS-new anid elegant patterns.
MUSLINS-French and Swiss, striped and figured.
GIOVKS.-Kid Gloves for ladies and eertlemen aG
IN I N8, &c. S(Xi uozen Madeia ot vva-ious Draou
Sand vintages, from 7 to 60 years old.
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do do do do
100 do Port., ofsuperior quality.
500cases Claret, including Chateau Marraux, Palms.
Margaux, La Fitte, St. Julien, LaTo'ir, &o.j&c
100 d6 Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac. &c
00 do Vinde Graves
100 do Burgundy, Romance, Conti,Uhamberth., ;
100 do Uermitage, red and sihite.
100 d' Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
00 co Champagne,Clicquot and other favoritebtands
100 do Rhenish, Hockheimer, Johannesberger, Rudes.
aeimer, Marcobrunner, Liebfraumilcb. &c., Mo,.
100 Jdo Canary, G )nstantia MI-wcat, Cyprus, Sweetano
Dry Lisbocn, Malaga, St. Lucar, &c.
Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Du Puy & Co. and
Seignette; old Mountain Dew antd Iish Whiskey; Peach
and WhiteBrandy; East India Arrack ; Shrub; Metheg-
Jn QOd Jamaica Ru Old Gin, and a complete assort-
ime&k af Cord.-ls and Liquors, say Martinique, Cole St.
Andre, Cutacoa, Maraschino, Roso!o. kec.
The most of the above forsale on draft as well asi n bot
e. by BUNKER & CO.. 13 Maiden Lane. ml
L P. DE LUZEl---v)LZ, No. 34 Beaver street,
ej offer for sale
20 pipes Holland Gin, Black H-,rse brand, a superior
article, of Messrs. Wmin. Pauls & Son,of Rttterdam.
I10 half pipes Old Bordeaux Brandy, J.J. Dupuy
30 half pipes Bordeaux Brandy, J. J. Dupuy, of good
qua lity. .
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine.
20 casks Bordeaux Ulatet.
8 casks Bordeaux Claret, of superior quality.
50 cases Claret..
200 cases Chambertin Wine.
100 baskets spat kling Champaigne, Damotte brand, an
excellent article.
24 cases Kirahenwasser.
50 cases Trieste Mareskino.
Also-100 bags Java Coffee.
10 casks Dutch Madders, Crop k Ombro.
15 brls Paris Green. -
37 casks Gum fenegal. dk
8 casks Sulphate of Soda. Je14
S4 j K. COLLINS & CO., 56 south street, onier Ior sale
E K thetbllowin. articles :
150 hhds N 0 Sugar ..

U H. RUSSELL & CO. 33 Pine at. have receive
9 by late arrivals, and &offer for. sale,. the following
spring goods:
Rich Dark Chintz Prints
Rich light fancy do
Blick and white do
Black and white and fancy printed|Muslins
Mouselline do Laine
Printed Quiltlongs and Welts t
Scotch Seersucker and checked Ginghams
Pink Chambrays
Madass,;Verona and Turkey red Hdkfsl
Fancy Cotton Drillings
Fancy and plain Linen Drillings
Astrachan and Summer Cloths
Mixed Erminets
Worsted Trowsers Stuff, various kinds
laconet, Lansook, checked and Cambric1Muslins
German Cotton Hosiery
Furniture Dimity
Marseilles Quilts, 9 4 o124
Double Genoa Cords, 27 inch
Moleskins and Beaverteens
White and Drab Satteens
Brocha black and fancy Shawls
7 4 a 8 4 Scotch Tartan dofl
Kilmarnock Bonnets
Umbrellas, 28 and 30 inch
Valencia Vestings, light and dark
Fancy woollen Cassimers'
Black do
Wool dyed black and green Cloths'
Fine and superfine aposoi Lted coloured Cloths
Flushings, assorted colors
Pilot Cloths
Red Paddings, 3 4 a 6 4
Blankets.. various kinds
Canvass Paddings

CHOICE AND RARE WINES.-The subscribers
offer for sale the following old and superior Wines,
mostof which were imported by them direct, and from the
first sources :
25 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, halfpipes
and quarter casks
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and was
selected from the most celebrated estates.
500'dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30 years
old, partimporte! direc*, and part via India. Also,Malm!.
sey, Sercial and Tina.
The nnest Pale, Gold and Brown SherryWines incasks,
demijohns and bottles.
French Wtnes-Chateau, Margaux, of 1827 and I181,
Chateau Lakte, Leoville, Palmer, Margaux and St.
500 baskets De Iitmont Champaigne
50 cases Sparkling Hock.
200 cases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage.
50 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order
Port Wine. veiy rare, in cask ar.d in bottle.
Hock Wines-Metternich, Johannesberger, Hockheim3
er, Budesheimer, and Leisten.
L P Teneriffe, Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for sale-by
nIO A. BININGER & CO. 141 Broadway.
RINNELL. MINTURN & CO.. 34 FrOnt street
W have for sale-
200cases English Sheathing Copper, assorted sizes
from 14 to 82oz,'
W50 English Hoes ; 30 bales Mobile Cotton
2 cases Tortoise Shell
,00 blales Calcutta Hides; 50 cases Manillia Indigo
100 casks Gum Senegal|
100 casks Ombr) Madder
aOO bags Crude. 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
'"0,000 bushels Germai. red Wheat
1000 -ble Danish Flour, entitled to debenture
70 bales Printing Cloths
30 oales44 brown Shirtings- 10 cases Printed Satinet;
-1100 Australian Sheep Skins ;
i2400 gallons Teal Seed Oil. 300 boxes Sperm Candles
S1000 bls Whale Oil, 10,000 lbs. Wnalebone
10,000 gallons Winter and Fall Oil
TEAS-Young Hyson and Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; Gunpowder and Imperial, in half chests, cases
and boxes, balance ex ship Oneida. je25

of Silk Goods, Shawls,Emroideries, Mousbeline de Lamines,
Laces, Snring Calicoes and Muslins, &c.
J S FOUNTAIN, 231 Broadway,
je3 tf (Adjoining the American Hotel.)
U LARKE & COMPANY, No. 337 Broadway, have
just opened-
One case Jac3net Muslins/new styles
Do rich printed Muslins, mode grounds
Do Mousselain de Lame, small figures
A few damask figured Silk Shawls
A large assortment of French Prints, chintz figures and
which are offered on very reasonable terms. my29
SATIN STRIPED SILKS-Light, mode, and dark
:colors, opened this day.
my30 CLARKE & COMPANY, 337 Broadway.
AR IRON-260 tons English Bar Iron, assorted si-
Szes, landing ad forsale by
Je5 9L DAVIS, BROOKS & CO., 21 Broad st
WHALE BONE-7,000 pounds prime quality lbfor
sale by
my28 GRINNELL,MINTURN & CO. 134Front.t
LD BOTTLED WINES-80 cases, each one dozen,
of the choicest quality, received per schr. Robbins,
from Madeira, and for sale by
GRACIE & CO, 20 Broad st.
Also-In pipes, hhds, and qr casks, branded Scott,
Penfold & Co," Howard, March & Co.," and other fa.
vorite brands, jelo
SU1 E HE1P-200 bales Jut- Hemp, fo, sale by
Je59t DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, 21 Broad st.
.COTCH AL --Leith Ale, in casks of qcs and pts,just
received in first rate order, for sale by
je4 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
UGAk--32 hds prune Porto Rico Sugar, for sale by
je4 HOWLAND & &SPINWALL, 55 South st.

A T. STEWART & CO. have just received from
on board the Louis Philippe-
6 cases of French Muslins and Cambrics of new and
beautiful designs.
2 do Paris Fancy Articles: among which are Fil t and
Taglioni Shawls, Mantles, Collars, Beirs, &c &c.
I do Thread Lace Veils, Scarfs, Pellerines, &c
I do Foulard Silks
All of which have been selected with much care by
Mr. Stewart
The Jadies are invitedto examine them at 257 Broad-
way. je6
t ENS UNDER GARMENTS.-A large assort-
wm ent, varying in quality and size, of Shirts and
Prawvrs 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.
vats, Suspenders, Prussian Dressing Robes, &bc, 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
an-v)7 LANE & VAN ZANDT.
STRANGERS visiting the city, are respectfuly invited
to call and examine tie extensive assortment of
seasonable fancy and staple Dry Goods, of the subscri-
bers, at 264 Broadway, consisting in part of Muslitps, Ja-
conets, Mousseline de S ,ies; Mousseline de Lains, Silks,
in every variety; Scarfs. Belts, Gloves, Hosiery, Parasols,
&c, and of which are offered on the most reasonable terms.
jel2 3t HUGHES & GUYNET.
B LACK AND WHITK LAWNS.-Just received by
CLARKE & COMPANY, 337 Broadway, one case
satin striped black and white Lawns. jel2
HINNE SILKS- Two casesrich Chine Silks, opened
CJthis mormine, by
jel2 1w CLARKE & COMPANY, 337 Bioadway
No 44 Maiden lane, have just rAeived jet and blue
black Bombazines and Shallies. Also, black Mousseline
de Laine, ofhardsome qualites; black Crapes, Silks, &c,
by the piece or yard at low prices.
N. B.-On hand, genuine Eau de Cologne. jel4 3t
IFE PRESERVERS-Manufactured in the city, of
double India Rubber Cloth, in the form of belts ard
vests, for sale singly or by the dozen, at 14 Maiden lane,
jeel4 by LANE & VAN ZtNDT.
I RASS JACKElS-Caniton Grass Cloth Jackets;
ULinen. Cotton, and other Summer Shirts and Draw-
ers; white and brown Cotton, Silk anc Raw Silk, Worsted
and Wool Hose and Half Hose; Linen, Silk and Cotton
Summer Gloves; for sale wholesale and retail, at No 14
Maiden Lane, by
LA 44 Maiden Lane, have for sale, cheap, an extensive
assortment of Irish Linens, from low to very fine quail.
ties ; also, Linen Sheetinges, of the different widths, Table
Cloths, Napkins, Towellings, &c. that are good styles,
and warranted free from cotton.
Otn hand-SiSummer Quilts Blankets, &c. je4 3t
Shes 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
Table and PianoCovers, of all colors. Also, all sizes and
colors of Cloth Table and Piano Covers.
myl9 S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.
RATE PRICES.-To strangers-Strangers visiting
the city will find at FOUNTAIN'S Fancy Dry Goods
Store, (No 231 Broadway, adjoining the American Hotel,)'
anr entire and complete assortment of all the various styles
and descriptions of hew French Dry Goods, suited to the
season at such prices as will be satisfactory. Among which
are the following:
SILKS-Rich changeable or Glace
Rich striped and figured d-
Chines, foulard, plain and glace
Gros D'Afriques, lain and changeable
Gros de Indes do do
Poult 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.
tSHAWLS-Diaphanous, Net, Glace Silk, plain and
Mantillas, Paris Gauss, Mouseln dIs Laine, Cash-
mere, Thibet Wool and Fancy Hdkts, of the above de.
EM ROIDERIES-Paris work, of the latest fashions,
Capes, Canez',us, Chemizettes, Collars, Capes, &c.
LACES-Mechlin, English ad French thread, Lielle,
Blonde, Bobbinet, &c. Edgings, of all descriptions
THIN MUSLINS-Just opened, several cases of Paris
Muslins, new design,.
: 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
JCO. invite the attention of the Ladies to their assort.
ment of Cashmere Shawls: among which are-
1 black filled square Shawl, $100
1 green do do do 100
1 whitee do do do 200
1 scarlet do do do 200
1 do do do do 250
I Jo do long do 150
1 white do do 150
I do do do 200
I do "do do 250
2 do do do 3,0
2 rich ao do- do 350
1 do. do do do 400
i do do do do 500
my27 257 Broadwas
CLOTHS, &c-.S & L HOLMES, No 44 Maiden
Lane, have received an extensive assortment of Linens,
from low qualities of stout undressed to extra fine, tor col.
lars and bosoms; Linen Sheetings,from 1j to 3 yards of the
different kinds and qualities ; all sizes Damask Table
Cloths; Napkins, &c; irds Eye and Russia Diapers; Si.
lecia and Huckabuck Towelling, acc, for sale low, by the
piece or at retail
On hand Quilts, Blankets' Flannels, &c. je7
HOLMES, No 44 Maiden Lane, have for sale a
large assortment of Blankets, from low to fine qualities.
Also, crib and cradle do.
Two bales Gause Flannels, at low prices, by the piece
or at retail.
On hand-Jeans, Drillings, Erminets, &c, for boy's
wear. je7
Ladies--The subscriber owing to the teimrination of
his present business engagements end the expiration of
his limited partnership on the firstof September next, offers
at veny low prices his present well selected and seasonable
stock of French Fancy Dry Gocds ; among which villi be
found an entire assortment of all the newest descriptions

superintendance of the subscriber for the residence of the
present owner. It is now ready for occupation. For
terms, and a view of the premises. Apply to
J. GREEN PEARSON, at No 5, next door,
ap27 or 27 Merchants' Exchange.
HARLEM I OTS FOR SALE.-Lois oi Fifth ave
nue, between 14th street and Washington Square, will be
sold separately, o0 several laying togetlher,'including the
curnerlots, each 26 feet by.100.
Lotson north side of Eleventhstreet, near Woosterst,
each 26 feet 5 inchesfront, by 103 feet 3 Inches deep.
Five lots at Harlem, very eligible situated. The terms
of payment made easy aind accommodating With those
who wish to build on thelots, the whole purchase money
can remain on mortgage.
Apply to GEORG IW GILES, No 1 Nassau street,
.orner of Wall street, between 12 and 3 o'clock P. M.
G. EMS OF' WIT AiND HU.viOR-For sale by
S jelO WM. A. COLMAN, 205 Broadway.
rf1ORTESA, The Usurer; A Play, by N P Wills
i Just published and for sale by
jel ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery
'v, ISS SEDGWIt.K'S NEW BOOK.-This day pub.
J lished, MEANS AND ENDS, or Self Training, by
the author of Redwood, Poor Rich Man, Live and Let
Live, &c. and f6r sale, wholesale and retail, by
je4 I1w Gregory Buhldingg. 142 Fulton st.
IlARDS AND FLOWERS and other Country Things
j by Mary Howitt. Just published and for sale by
jel0 ISRkAEL POST, 88 Bowery.
S TEEL PENS-Knight's P-tent back Spring Steel
S Peit;s; a laige sbpply iust received and for sale at
Stationers' Hall. 245 Pearl st., and office 34 Will st. '

l j HOUSE WANTED-A two story genteel
House for a small family, ia wanted in a genteel
part of the city- if up town, on or near an omni.
Sbus line. The rent must be low, but will be paid
promptly, and the best care will be taken of the house.
Those having such a house will state the rent and situation)
directed, 1315 upper post office. nih7
FOR SALE OR TO LtASE, No 558 Broad-
S way-The highly finished modern three story
i brick House and Lot, 9 leet front and rear, by
-.- 200 feet deep, 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 rie-
cent improvements, and conveniences. A -large amount
of the purchase money may remain on bond and mort.
gage for a term of years. For further particulars, &c,
apply to Mr N. JARVIS No 153 Mulberry street, or at
the sales room of the subscribers.
WILKINS, ROLLINS & CO. Auctioneets,
my8 dtf 17 Broad st.
TO LET-The upper Dart ol an elegant two
story dwelling house, a short distance above Ca-
nal street, to a small family. One without child.
rnn would be preferred. Kor further particulars
apply, with unexceptionable references, to
myll tf L. SHERMAN, 142 Fulton at,
.Thie Mansion of the late Chancellor Sanford,
with the adjacent grcuids, at Flushing, Long
island, will shortlylbe offered for sale. The
1 house, built of brick and inaible, is not sur-
passed by any private residence,'in the country, in
point of extent and convenience, and in the dui ability and
bea ty of its structure. It can now be thoroughly exa-
mined by persons di-sirous to purchase.
The woods adjoining the mansion may be easily'con.
verted into a spacious park. The situation is, In all re.
aspects, eligible, being in a healthy location-within e;'ght
miles frum the city-the site elevated, and with a com-
manding prospect, and the neighborhood embellished
with delightful country seats, in the highest state orcutti.
As it is presumed that the premises will be examined
by persons desirous to purchase, nO farther description of
the property is deemed nee, ssarv. !rmy22 tf
TO LET. The new three story buck House,
No S Eighth street, below'the Fifth Avenue. It
II is finished in the best style, with marble mantel
015111 pieces, mahogany doors and plated furniture in
the principal story, and may be occupied immediately. It
was finished last November and is thoroughly dry and
safe. ;
Apply at the office of the New York American, No 74
Cedarst apl3
ber offers for sale, by private contract. the entir
B!ock of Ground in the 15th Ward, bounded by
Broadway and Mdercer street, Washington and
Waverley piace-i; being the most splendid site for private
dwelligs.or for a church, in the city. The ground is on
the most elevated part of Broadway, and surrounded by
valuable improvements.
It will be sold in one parcel, or divided into 15 Lots, vfz:
7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the whole front from
WVashineton to Waverley places,) of about 461 by 96 feet
each; 4 Lots on Washington, and 4 do on Waverleyplace,
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. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchange,
fe9 Hanover st.
TO BE LET.-The Cellar under the tore oc-
A" cupied by the subscribers, corner of Water street
and Barling slip, with two convenient entrances
-- from Water street and Bourling slip. The cellar
is large and dry. I
mh5 if rE. & G. W. BLUNT.
FOR SALF.-The neat two story brick House
No 18 Bedford street, is Incomplete order, -having
g been painted and repaired last spring. Possession
will be given on the first May next. The heater
part of thie purchase money may remain on bond and mort.
gage. Apply to
fe9_ GRACIZVCO. 20 Broad street.
AE and Lot No 3 University Place. The houwe is 35
1 feet tiont, 3 stories high, built in the best manner,
I ** and will be ready for occupation about the middle
-of April. The lot is in fee. Apply to
mh8 tDAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st:
FOR SALE-The spaelous3 story House with
Sthe lot in fee on the west ikle of the 5th Avenue,
| the first house above W Brevoortn's large man-
-. sion. The lot is 25 by 100, with a court yard of
15 feet, and there is a lot adjoining the rear which cAn be
obtained if wanted for a stable. It will.be sold on accom-
modating terms.a. Possession the first of May next. Apply
fel4 V 29 Nlwrebanti,'Exchange,
TO LET, OR LEASE.-The five story ire
proof Store, No. 28 South William street.
I| Applyto CARY &CO.I
Feb. 15 No. 90 Pine street.
TO LET-The four stBry Stores No. 132 an'
f 134 Front, corner of Pine street. Apply onith
|3 premises to
TO LET-from now till 1st May next, the
AN dwelling part of a three story house, situate on
the north side of Canal stre"',, between Varick and
s--Hudson, the parlors cor. Aunicate with folding
doors, with iron grates and mr.;'.&le mantels throughout
the house. Apply to GEORGr W- GILES,.No.-'17
Canal street, before 10 A.tM.,.and after"4 P. M. sel9 tf
'TO LET-A modern built three story Hous
y on the north side of Tenthstreet, near 2d Avenue,
rm ^Stuyvesant Place. The House has grates and
.5 lifmarble mantel piecesthroughout,mahogany doors,
ender cellar &s. Itis oneofarow of 10 or 12 houses of
niform front. Rent moderate.
Also, the d welling part of a good house on the North side
tf Canal street, between Varick and Hudson street.
Apply to GEORGE W.GILES, at No.171 Canal at.,
before 10 A. M., and after 5 o'clock P. M. mylStf
TO LET-Several suits of Offices, at No. 92
{ North side of Spruce, near to Nassau streets, as
.ISM commodious and eligibly situated as any in the
.t-Min~city. Possession immediately or on the let May
next. Inquire opposite, at No 8 Spruce at. felt
Ij'OR SALE-The large vacant Lot at the North west
corner ol Houston and Mulberry streets, adjoinine
the new 3 story houses on Houston street. The Lot is 35
feet front on Husmon street, by about 100 feet in depth.
For terms-, apply to
mwlI E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
FOR SALE-The splendid new 3 story House
vawith the Lot in fee, No. 3 University place, near
I'KHU Washington square; one of the best houses ann
.most desiraole residences in the city. It Is 3 stories
exclusive ofceller, sasement and attic, all of which are
finished in the best modern style, with large parlors, din-
ing room, bathing room, water closet, boilers, &c. om-
plere. The ma.tels in the principal story are of statuary
and iSienna marble, and the house has been built under the

Rev. WN- F. WALKER, A. M Prlncr,a; and Proprie;
tor; Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, and Evidences of
Rev. A. T. TWING, A. M., Seperintendent.
Rev. W. H. WALTER, A. M., Mathematics, Natural
Philosophy and Rhetoric.
Rev. ALVA BENNETT, A. M., Spanish and Italian
History, Geography, and Penmanship,
J. P. EDWARDS, French Language and Literature
and Bookkeeping.
W: H. A. BISSELL, A. B., Latin and GreekiLanguagos
and Literature.
AMOS EATON, A. M., Chemistry and, Civil:Engineer-
J. C, ANDREWS, Music,
Professor EATON does not, by h.. irrrangement
with this Institution, cease to be Principal of the Rensse-
laer Institute, or to devote to that Institution his supervi.
sien and direction. But the two Institutions being very
nearly contiguous, students are conducted by a teacher, at
fixed hours, to that Institution, to receive practical instruc-
tion, with the use of an.extensive tuit of instruments and
other facilities. fe20
# iHATEAU MA RGAUX-Vintage of 1834-The sub.
J ecribers having made arrangements with Messrs.
Barton & Guestier, (who purchased the whole of this vin-
tage from Mr Aguado, the proprietor of this estate,) have
now received per shio George Cabot, from Bordeaux, a
supply ot this Wine, put up" in cases of I dozen and" 2
dozen bottles each, which theyinow offer for sale.
The W .ne of the vintage of 1834 for delicacy of flavor,
aereeable bouquet and vinosity, is superior to that of any
former year. for a long period, ol this favorite estate.
api6 A. B1NINGER & CO. 141 Broadway.
AVANASEGARS-250;000 Havan Segars receive.
ed per the Diomo, from Havana, an invoice of Se
gars, made from old and selected Tobacco, of the follow.
ins hrntf .rlR

.IN 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 ol
that portion of the public who desire for thtir sons a
sound, practical, and -christian education.
Third Year.-The first term of the third year of
the Institute will commence on Wedneslay, the firstof
May next, and with materially extended facilities in al-
most.every department. Essential additions have teen
made, especially in the department of Modern Languages.
The instruction In French particularly is the beat that could
be secured.
Buildings.-The bnlildings for the Institute are now all
completed, and were erected for the purpose to which they
are devoted. They are new, spacious, and sightly; and are
fitted up on a convenience of plan, and a neatness of style,
which are not exceeded. They comprise accommodations
for fifty pupils, rooming in pairs-foi the Instruct'rs-
the Principal and the famly-a Gt-neral School Room-Re
citation Rpoms-a Reading Room-a Laboratory-and a
Location.-The location Is unsurpassed for healthiness
and beauty. It is upon an eminence in the suburbs of the
city, securing, b- its retirement and elevation, a free and
nealthyatmosphlere, and commanding an extensive and
delightful view. It ia such as to render it unnecessary fr
the pupils to have any connection witb the city, except,
when occasionally permitted by the principal, for social
intercourse, and purooseq of business.
Grounds.-The Grounds connected with the establish
meant are ample and beautiful, affording full scope for re
creation and amusement.
Teachera.-The Institutioni carried on ; v the Princi
pal, and assistants of character and experience In the pro
Design.-Its design Is, to impart a thorough and prac.
tical education, upon decidedly Christian principles--to
unite sound learning with pure religion.
Plan and Government.-It Is conducted upon the plan
of a well regulated Christian family ; for the time, the
adopted home of its members
Tne Principal, regarding himself in the place of a pa
rent, encourages a free and open intercourse between the
pupils aid himself, and endeavors, by winning upon the
affections, and, by the presentation of proper motives, to
induce a faithful discharge of duty. The government is
therefore strictly parental.
.rrrangement. -In agreement with the natural const
tuition of the pupil, the school is arranged in three depart
merits, the Moral, theIntellectual, and the Physical
Moral Department.-TheMioral Department, which In
volves the government, is supplied by the Principal.4 It em
braces a course of moral and religious studies, adapted to
each pupil. To the Holy Scriptures constantreferencels
made, as the foundation on which alone may be built
solid and enduring character, and as the only safe and pro)
per basis of Christian education. The views of scripture
tru-h, and of religious duty presented, are in strict acj
cordance with the doctrines, discipline, and worship of the
Protestant Episcoral Church. It is the constant endeal
vor in this department to win over to the Saviour, and
to his body-the Church-the first and strongest affections
of the youthful heart.
Intellectual Departmnent-The FIntellectual Depart[
meant embraces all the ordinary English branches neces
sary to business and commercial pursuits; additional far
cities for instruction in the higher departments of learn
ing, with reference to College requirements, to Teaclhing,
the Professions, and Civil Engineering; also in Vocal Mur
sic, Drawing, and the Modern Languages. It is conduct.
edl by the Principal and assistants, and by such m. voters
as it is necessary from time to time to employ.
Instruction in this department is spedcaily directed to the
understanding. It i the endeavor here to Improve and
strengthen the thinking powers. The pupils, therefore,
are taught the rationale of whatever comes before them;
more attention is paid to principles than rules. Particular
regard is fad to the intended future destination ofthe pul
pil, and his education is directed accordingly. He may
be fitted for the Counting Room, for Engineering, for tCol-
lege, 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,
promotve of health and happiness.
Manners and Habits.-Special attention is paid to man
ners and habits. Association with the family, and wit-
occasional company, is, for their lmprovemein,encouraged
It is the endeavor to prepare the pupil to move with proS
priety and ease in every circle of society.
Requzrements.-The admission of pupils is- restricted to
no particular age. But diligent attention t,. ..j perform.
ance of duties, anu pioprietyof deportmneat, are expected
Small who become members of the institution
Record .and Reports.-A daily record of the deficient
cies of pupils in their several classes is kept by each teach.
er, which is weekly submitted by the principal teach pu.
plO; and, at the expiration of fcur weeks, to the parents or
guardians of each. in the form of a report.
Pocket Money.-Puplls.,have but little reasonable use
for pocket money) 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 ovi futuia character. They will,
therefore, be allowed no money, but at the pleasure of the
principal. This rules imperative, and, enforced, eaves exl
pence to the parent andcharacter to the pupil. The Puri
ser takes charge of all mineys intended for the use of the
pupils, and distributes only 'in an order from the principal.
No accounts will in any case, be made for the pup is, nor
will any expenditures be lncuired for them, further than the
amount of money deposited for>heir use.
I Wardrobes.-A directress is employed to take charge of
the wardroLe who devotes herself exclusively to that duty.
To save much trouble, every pund should have each ar
tidle 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
.Examinations.-An examination is held every Friday
of the divisions under the several Instructcrs, in rotation,
and a general examination of all the divisions at the close
of each term. These examinations are open to the friends
and patrons of the Institution."
Exhibitions -An exercise in composition and declams,
tlon will conclude each of the semi-annual examinations.
Apparatus.-The Labaratory s furnished with appal
ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the several
departments, and to exhibit practically the several subject,
connected with the course of study.
Terms.-The terms are $230 per annum, payable half
yearly in advance. Requisites, such as fuel, lights wash
ng, mending, :beds, bedding, books, stationery, 8c. are
urnfshed, and without extra charge.
academicc 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 second, one of two weeks,
krowa as fall and spring vacations
Directions.- Persons desirous of placing pupils in the
Institute, or of oL. sing further information relative to it,
may address the Principal, either personally, or through
the Post Office, or J. W. Mitchell, Esq., 634 Cedar street
New York. Circulars may be obtainedgon application r
either of the above; also at the book store of Swords. Star
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N EWCASTLE COAL AFLOAT-Just received and
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ICTOU COAL AFLOAT-Now landing from the
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and corner of East Broadway and
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.P R, TU CK E, R .M D.- .D N T LST ueeos r
to DUr. Kimball, No.3 Park place. Doctor, Trer vng
completed his Profceslonal Studlos under the able an elt.
ficient instruction of'Harwood & Tucker, of -dtforl; hbe
determined upon making the cfty of New ork his placeof ,
permanent residence.
To thbse who may wish to consult him, he now respect-
fully tenders his best services. ,
New York, April 13, 1839.
Doorio Tucker begs leave to pre ut-the folHowing Tei.'
timonial frpm Dr. Kimbil; J : ; ,
DR. H. 'KIMBALL flaving le6ide& upon relinqirhing
theipracticeef his profession, and be'g abou to.laeav
New York begs leave to present to his friends hi -sincere
acknowledgumlnts for that confidence in' htis profeirona
skill which has been manifested byh the extensive and'
highly respectable practice with which he hlas been hon.
oreitouring hisresideice in NewYork. -.. < '
And while he is most happy to know that there a-s in
the city a number of gentlemen of deservedly high repu.
tatipn, andto whom he would with ihe greatesrcteoridente
refer his friends-yet he would 4ake this opportunity tore.,
commend to their patronage and confidence DR. E.E.' "
TUCKER, who has come tp thisety at the so4bchauion of. "
Dr. Kimball, and to whom he would refer his former pa.
tents in the belief that he will fultysumain the fitgh cha.
racier he has elsewhere attained as an effirlcient aid fakh.
ful operator. Dr. Tucker manufactures the same kind of
Mineral Teeah which have been exe:usiyely tml d by Dr. -
Kimball, and whlch or strength, durapillty, aptd close im.
station of naturalteeth, are arnurpassed.
New York, April 2, 1839. -
Testimonial from Dotoia Harwood & Tucker, of Boa,.
ton. .. '' 1 : ; ,' L '
We have perused the above recommendation of.Dr. ,
G. Tucker, and do most cheerfully confirm, the very
handsome testimonial of our friend, Dr. Kimbnll.
Boston, April 5,889. alt dc#l&'acswo'

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The Evening Post-.pronouncea our statement,
that New York, in proportion to her trade, deals
asjustly with .the revenue as any other seaport-and
that nowhere does the integrity, and the habitual
observance of tha laws of the land, exercise more
constant influence then among our merchants"- to
bea compliment paid at the expente of trath; and
proceeds to say that-
"In regard to just dealing with the revenue, and
habitual observance of the laws passed for the
regulation of trade, the transgressions of the New
York merchants are so frequent and enormous that
the most charitable construction we can put upon
the words we have quoted is to suppose them a
piece of melancholy irony.".
Of this sweeping allegation of frequent and
enormous transgressions against the revenue laws,
no particle of evidence is adduced, other than the
recent conviction of Wood, the Yorkshire smug..
gler; and his shamelessness in Court, when the
damning evidence was produced, is dwelt upon, as
though it indicated the average standard of com-
mercial morality in this city.
The Post, indeed, is. so considerate as to say,
that it condemns not the whole mass,-but the
unavoidable import of its whole article, is, that
honesty is the exception, and roguery the rule,
among the New York merchants. Now, we prc-
fees to know this class of our inhabitants, at iea t*
as well as the Post, and to have known them much
longer.-and we take leave tos'ay, that the remarks
of the Post," upon the most charitable construc-
tion," can only be looked upon as a "piece of
melancholy"-not "irony'"-but-prejudice,-we
had almost said, malignity.
We reiterate-our original statement, with rn-
tire conviction of its truth-subject only to the
exception before stated by us, and of which t e
Post, in. describing New York "as the great cen-
tral resort. foi the Western world, of commercial
adventurers of every character, from the honestly
enterprising to the most dexterous and desperate
in fraud," would seem to admit the justice. We
have, among many very honorable and upright
foreign houses 'ahd individuals, engaged in trade:
others that are the opposite; and we have 'mong
our own people-generally a law-observing race-
those that are prone to the evil; but in both case.,
and.especially as regards the American merchant,
the tansgressions against the law, instead of Le-
Sing/"1 frequent and enormous," are, we venture to
msay, rare, and. comparatively insignificant. In
one particular sort of merchandise, that of wool.'
lens, it may be, that the fraud* attempted or ac-
complished have bore hsajly both upon the
honest importer and the domestic manufacturer;
but what could that all amount to, even upon the
largest imputed scale of fraud, in comparison with
the whole mass'of import subject to duty ? And
yet, the Itransgression in this. one article of mer-
chandisan, is blazoned:. forth, as though all honesty
were at'.an end; and Custom House oaths as false
as dicers'. Assuredly, as far as it goes, such
fraud is infamous, and deserving of the extremes
punishment allowed by law; and we would be
among the last to say or do aught that should, by
possibility, be construed into an extenuation or
defrence of the iniquity.' Our only purpose is tc
vindicate the innocent, the upright, and the honor.
able,-tor the merchants, as a clas, are entitled tc
be so considered,-and not to screen the guilty
from merited condemnation.
As to the remedy, the Post says let us." mend
our morals, let us"not obstruct refrmation byab,
sutd seir-fliatteries.. On the latter point we have
no. reproaches to makq to ourselvi. Assuredly
this journal is not iei. to flatter men or classes
nor iqueamih abeutp bUbtie' the troth, however
unpalatable There room, undoubtedly, for im-
* provemeent in C uStom House mloa l; but this can.
not he efnfd.e b swpoag denunciations and ur
founded accusation& The. scheme of our revenue
laws has much to answer for in producing compare
active carelessness about the sacredness of Custon
House oaths.-f0or these laws da not themselves
confide in such oathV. Elsewhere, the inportel
-either swears to his entry, sad thereupon the good
are delivered on the footing established by thai
oath-or. he simply enters them without swearing
to their contents, which anid the value are left ti
be ascertained by actual examination. .With u:
the importer, in the fist instance, swears to th
quantity, qualify, end value of the goods-in othe
words, to the truth of tie invoice-and then th
whole, or such part of tham as the Collector man

direct, are sent to the public stores-fur examination
This is virtually saying to the importer,-we place
no reliance upon your oath. Now, one of tw
thinrgs-e.ither exact the oath, and believe it-pun
fishing with due severity all false swearing in tt.
premises, when dqteoted-or omit the oathalti
gether, and rely upon examination anJ appraise
ment by the proper officers, The Post agrees wit
us in wishing there "were. not a- Custom House i
the country." So far so geod-,meantlme, we ar
witig to co-operate in every ef'ort at reformatso
in the morals of importers and of Custom Hous
offleers-and especially in the tenor of the reveoi
THE ST-AMBOAT LAW, whichh all parties almoV
were.anxious to obtain from Congress,-so gru
and so reckless had been the destruction of hums
life through want of caution, or the insecure an
inadequate equipment of steamboats,-seems no,
to be losing favor.
-,Very possibly its provisions may not be quilt
as convenient as thke ownets and navigators
steamboats would desire, *till, if they are capab
of being executed without serious detriment
steam navigation, inconvenience, or reduced apse
should not be permitted to weigh against the pos
tive injunctions of tho law, and the greater safety
* of passengers. ..
In, the latest trial, of which a report is annexe
it was not pretended that chains and rods cou
Snot be used in steering a steamboat-but that,
used, the speed of th boat must be diminished
about six miles an hour. This was the testimor
of practical men-.yet it must be taken, we appr,
hend, with grainitofallowance. In short reached

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"and seven others.
STo Capt. Jonathan Brown."
S "SLOOP POLLY, Peck Slip.
e "[return you my thanks for the portrait oi
r Captain Cook. Except Noah, Captain Cook was
e undoubtedly, the boldest navigator the world ever
Y "N. B.-The Pol'y sails on Saturday : if you
'. have any freight, send it down as soon as possible.
e (S.gned) '" JONATHAN BROWN.
"To Socrates Sears, and seven others."
\ [From the Newark Daily Advertiser.1
e CAMP WASHImGTON. at Trenton now comprises
about 700 troops: Capt. Summer's company of 80
dragoons, all mounted on black horses, having ar.
h rived from Carlisle, Pa. The troops usually dril
in companies, from half past 9 to 11 in the morn.
n ing, and from 4 to half past 5 in the afternoon.
re and parade about half an hour before sundown
n The State Gazette mentions the following incident
le At the parade on Monday evening which took
e place just about sundown, a soldier, a native o
SPoland, whom the spectators had previously oh.
served bound to a tree, was brought out before the
troops drawn up in line; and an officer read in i
t loud and distinct voice, that he Lad been tried by
at a court martial, and found guilty of deserting. his
n post, and of mutiny while in Florida. His sent.
id ence was that he should be shot In the presence o
the army. The spectators who had visited th,
Scamp for purposes of.amusement only, shuddered
as they heard this; and feared that the man would'
te be shot before their eyes.- The officer read on
of The case bad been referred to the President
ie and he had approved the action of the court, bu
had comrnuted the soldier's sentence to confine
m ent at hard labor in menial services, about th
d, army, during the whole term of his enlistment. H
i- was also to have an iron chain and ball fastene
y to his leg, to be allowed no more clothing than wa
absolutely necessary, to receive no pay, and at th
expiration of his term to be dishonorably discharge
d, ed. The soldier was then marched off by a guarc
if [From the Baltimore Chronicle of Monday. I
was run aground in Herring creek, near Fair Ha
1y van, on Wednesday last, under.circumstances t
e- warrant the suspicion of some foul play. Th
, name of the schooner, as appears by her license
io tkh A e.M Ar h rIpail f l1tl.imnr, P .lI- 0.,

r Ship Warren, -Comm'r Spencer, off Tampic
the latter part of May.
I Packet schr. Woodbury, Lieut. Com'dt Nich
SLis, arrived at New Orleans, May 30, from Tar
Frigate Constitution, spoken May 29, lat. 2
5 1-Ion. 70, 53.
S[Correspondence of the Jlrmy and .N'avy Chronicli
FuRT KioNG, May 27, 1839.
S The last fifteen or twenty days have been to i
a season of much interest and speculation. TI
Florida war has been so often ended, that eve
step taken, to effect a result so desirable, seemed
:ink u' s .iI deeper in the mire, and caused us
look confidently for a more harassing and sanguil
f ary cantinuance. But the occurrences of the la
week leave no doubt but-that the war is ends
and we at least have the prospect of being r
lived from pursuing an enemy who can never I
a found or numbered but under a flag of truce.
S Gen. Macomb arrived at Garey's Ferry in Apr
and immediately issued orders to the army gen
f ally, of such a character as would be the means
opening a communication with the hostile, and a
Pointed the 1st of May for a general council
d Fort King. All the friendly Indians and negro
d were despatched into the interior, with instruction
Sto obtain an interview, if possible ; but from t
Threats which.had been from time to time receive
t. from them, there were but few. who predicted a su
cessful result. The most experienced officers
e Florida were of this opinion. No Indian or wh
e man would run the hazard of encountering the:
d as Sam Jones had sent in word, that any strange
s who approached his camp, underany circumstance
e whatever, should be put to death.
Gen. Maeomb arrived here on the 30:h Api
d. but not an Indian was to be seen or heard of, a
from the frequent depredations in different parts
the country, the prospectof a successful result w
er indeed gloomy. Gen. Taylor came soon aft
i- completely discouraged. The friendly Indian w
to had been with him some six or eight months,i
ie stead of being the medium of communication w
e, the hostiles, had joined them, taking with him
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laairicioua cLneIVon the intressoti e
public, il be clear uncstitutional, artnil 4'
not be carried into operation by Courts or Juries.
The Court charmpd the Jury.
The case which they bad to pass upon was
equally novel and important. It was a question
which deeply affected the interest and convenience
of the merchant and the man of business, the navi-
gator and traveller, and in one way or other almost
every mem'Aer:of the community.
SThe question was also important, because it was
alleged that the law is so tramined, that its provi-
sions are impracticable, and that the Court must
for that reason, pronounce inoperative and void.
Every one must recollect the anxiety expressed
both by Congress and the public for some aoditional
security for human life on board Steamboats, and
a commission was established to inquire into the
The object of Congress was to provide addition-
al safeguards for passengers and merchandiz-.-,-
Hence all steamboats and vessels were to be enrol-
led anew, their hulls- were to be inspected, their
boilers scrutinized by competent men ; and in all
these things something was tak .n from individual
right and power for the general good. Hence Con-
gress prescribed that iron rods or chains should be
e.nployed where ropes were before that time used,
and hence is the use of ropes entirely interdicted.
The act does not require rods alone or chains
alone; but permits the use of iron rods and chains
united, in order to accomplish the end in view.
It is said that the act applies to the sea and lakes
alone, and the opinion of a court of high standing
and.great learning is invoked to support this con-
struction. This opinion I cannot adopt, though I
have had no opportunity to examine it with care.
In my judgment all boats having wheels are com-
pelled to throw by ropes, and usa chains in their
stead. The language is applicable to all vessels
propelled by steam ; it is general, and must have
a large application, so as to cover all boats subject
to be inspected.
The great and only question of fact to be deter-
mined is, has it been proved that it is impossible to
navigate vessels propelled by steam, except by the
Suse of tiller or wheel ropes. If that fact has been
proved to you, then the act of Congresais void and
It cannot be supposed that Congre's intended to
prevent steam navigation, or prohibit the use of
steam power to propel vessels. And if a compli-
ance with the act must necessarily have such an
effect, it would become the duty of the Court to
say .the act was illegal, and is not to be complied
With. For Congress has no power to prevent that
which is proper and necessary.
The question here is, whether Congress, by this
law, ini attempting to regulate, has interdicted
navigation by means of steamboats. The evidence
t shows certainly a great convenience in the use of
ropes, but is there sufficient proof to show that she
cannot be navigated by the tiller alone, or even by
Chains? Captain Bunker does not go the length
Sof saying that there would be a physical impracti-
ability. If you find the law cannot be complied
with, it is void, and you must' find for the defen-
dant; but if you find that the law can be complied
with, then your verdict n ust be for the U. States,
I subject to the opinion of the Court upon the great
i questions of law which have been raised in the
Progress of the trial.
SThe jury found a verdict for the United States,
subject: to the opinion of the Court on a case to be
Smade.-[Jour. of Corn.]

S The bill for giving the election of Mayor to the
people of Philadelphia, which passed the House
I of Representatives some time since, has received
Sthe sanction to the'Senate of Pennsylvania, and is
F become a law.
S In the case of Septimus Hunter, who has been
t on trial in the Court of General Sessions for killing
SMrs. Justin Couzzens though gross ignorance of
his profession as a physician, the jury returned a
r verdict of Guilty of Manslaughter in the fourth
Degree, but recommended him to mercy.

lowing is a fair hit at the stereotyped compliments
which are now as much expected by a commander,
as the guinea by the steward. As a general rule,
: thereis no real compliment about this presenting of
cups and platters: one-half of the donors give from
e ostentation-the other, from fear_ of being thought
' parsimonious.
* [From the ,Neiv York Literary Gazette.]
"CONNECTICUT HOTaL, Water street.
We, the undersigned, passengers in the sloop
. Polly, on ber last passage from Sawpitts, beg t1
present you w .h a lithoraphed portrait of Capt.
Coolk, sea token of our regard for your great skill
- ani' coolness manifested during the severe.shower
a on Thursday evening, while passing through Hurl
* Gate. To your seamanship displayed on that Oc"
casion, the preservation of a valuable cargo o0
r onions, together with the lives of your passengers
I and much poultry, may justly be attributed.

[Fronfitt Army,1 XaLy' fronice.l
l(RWYAL POfficiar


General Orders, No. 30.
Washington, June 3, 1839.
I. The Major General commanding in chief,
having observed that the dragoons, when serving
as light infantry, practise the obsolete system of
1834, instead of the prescribed system of 1835,
"for Light Infantry and Rifle Skirmishes," directs
that the former be now discontinued. The "Car
bine Manual," prescribed in General Orders, Jan,
4th, 1837, will not be changed.
II. Whenever the dr.ioons are dismounted and
serve on foot, the established 'Rules for the Exe -
cise and Mr.oeuvres of the U. States Infantry,"
published by authority of the War Department,
the 10Lh of April, 1835, will be strictly conformed
to .
II[. The Buglers, Drummers, and Fifers, be-
longing to companies not se, ving with their colors,
must not be separated from their respective com-
IV. When four or more companies are serving
at the head-quarters of the Regiment, tke privates
allowed to act as musicians in the Regimental
Band, will be dropped from the rolls of absent com-
panies, and be all mustered in the companies sta-
tioned with the colors.
By order of Major General Macomb:
R. JONES, Adjutant General.

General Orders, No. 5.
Fort.King, May 19, 1839.
I. With a view to recruit the 2d Regiment of
Dragoons. the following arrangement will be car-
ried into effect as soon as possible:
Capt. Bryant's company, (A,) Capt. Fowler's,
(H,) Capt. B. L. Beal'Ps, (I,) and Capt. Winder's,
(K,) will repair without delay to Garev's Ferry,
where with Captains Bullock's, and Howe's (F,
and G,) all will be dismounted except company K,
commanded by Lieut. Darling, and their horses
will be turned over for inspection by a Board of
Dragoon Officers. Such as are found fit for caval-
ry service will be given in charge of an officer, who
will conduct them to Jefferson Barracks by easy
marches,-company K, and its officers, being em-
ployed for that' purpose. The remainder will be
turned-over to the Quartermaster's department.-
're five dismounted companies, with their officers
will then ambarkYor Fort Hamilton, N. Y. harbor
where they will await further orders. All the
company property will be taken with them, excep
the horse furniture, which will be. packed and
marked, designating the companies to which it be-
longs, and forwarded by water to the Q.uartermas
ter at Jefferson Barracks, for the 2d dragoons
II. The principal Quartermasters at GArey'"
Ferry and Tampa Bay, will, with the approbation
of the respective commanding officers, dispose o
all horses, mules, and other cattle, that may not be
rt quired for the public service, and reduce their re
spective establishments to correspond with the re
quirements of the public service,in order that their
may be no unnece-sary expenditures.
By order of Major General Macomb :

First Lieut. J. H. Preniss, Lt arty., to be As
sistant Adjutant General, with the brevet rank o
Captain, May 24,. 1839, arid ordered to report t
Major Gen. Scott.
Special Orders.
No. 39, June 8-Leave to 2d Lieuw. R. H. Gra
ham, 4th iify., extended three months,
Capt. S. Mackenzie, 2d arty., to be relieved I
a 1st Lieut. of the 4th art.y. from recruiting ser
vice, at Syracuse, N, Y., and to join his corn
pany.. '
SSurgeon Randall, relieved from duty at Carliel
Barracks, and to report to the President of thi
Medical B )ard, after his examination, to repair t
SGarey's Ferry for duty.
A detachment of 86 recruits and 7 musicians
left New York on the 4.h inst., under charge (
Capt. E. K. Smith, 5h infy., destined to Fort
Howard and Brady, via Buffalo and the lakes.
48 recruits left New Orleans on the 1 lth May,t
reinforce the 3d infy., at Fort -Jesup, under charge
Lieut. W. [I. Gordon.
A Ordnance Department.-June 7.-Capt. G. I
Ramsay, ordered to Camp Washington, as princi
pal ordnance officer to thecamp.
March 9-Lieut. A. H. Dearborn, ordered I
command, temporarily, ot the Baton Rouge A]
t. -.Medical Stoff-Ass't Surgeon Thos. Hendet
son, at Fort..Monroe, Va.,.'((nd Ass't Sumgeon J. I
Wells, at Washington, D. C., to proceed to Ne
Var-k ard vt yant 'f S'n~airtr-. 0. Mower,'Pree
dent Medical Board ot Examiners.
), U. S. Vessels of War Reported.
BRAZIL SQUADRON.-Raz e Independence, Con
tmo. Nicolson, and ship Fairfield, Lieut. Comed
r Tiltonat Montevideo, April 15, the latter just r,
I turned frons Buenos Ayres. Comm'r Boarma
has arrived at Rio Janeiro to take command ot t|
s WEST INDIA QUADRaON.-Frigate Macedonia
sloops-of war Ontario, Vandalia, Levant, and En
lying offthe city of Pensacola on.the 1st inst. TI
sloop of war Natchez was at the Navy Yard, at
wou'd shortly sail for the north.
Ship Erie, Comm','Smoot, arrived at Pensaco
on the evening of the 25th ult. from Tamp'co 8
F and Matarnoras 10th ult. She left the Warren
. the foimer port.

lock.tustenugge, was a man abaut thirty years of
age, well dressed, tall,'commanding person; manly,
prepossessing countenance, and an expressive and
fluent speaker. The others were quie young,
and remarkable for 'their hideous and repulsive
faces, and their fine, well-proportioned, athletic
persons, which were well displayed, they having
no other garb than a rough buck-*kiri shir.- The
General explained to them clearly and briefly the
object of his visit among them, and if they were
willing to comply with his demands the white and
red mnm ou.'d once more be at peace. The coun-
try below Pease creek was shown to them upon the
map, the boundary defined, and if they were dis-
posed to go there and be at peace, and not cross
the line, they should remain unmoksced, for the
time being ; and that those Indians who were
committing depredations along the frontiers, in
the vicinity of. Tallahassee, must be brought in
without delay. If you are willing- to accedeto
this, said Gen. Macomb, we c.m again be friends;
if not, the war must continued. The chief
evinced much pleasure, and expressed his will-
ingness to comply with every demand. The In-
dians, he said, were scattered throughout the count
try, in parties of four and five,, but he knew that so
soon as those west of the Suwannee river heard
what he should send to them, they would c'ase
their depredations, come in immediately, and re.
tire to the country assigned them. His young men
he would send there without delay, requiring them
to come in.
This chiefand his companions left us the follow-
ing morning, and eight days after encamped in our
vicinity, with upwards of a hundred souls. In the
Mean time Lieut. Col. Harney arrived from Key
Biscayne with Chitto-tuste-nuggee, the principal
chief of the Seminoles and Mickasukies. Sandy,
a faithful black interpreter, after three days' search,
accidentally discovered this Indian near the'Ever'-
glades, returning from a fishing excursion. He
immediately accosted him, when the chief asked
him wh't he wanted there. "[ I suppose you have
come with more lies." Sandy, however, related
f to him the instructions given to Col. Harney, by
SGen. Macomb, which he was induced to believe,
and consented to accompany him to the fort.
S Upon Chitto-tuste-nuggeo'sar ival at Fort Lau-
derdale, hi obtained from Lt. Col. Harney a cor-
e roboratioi of all that had been told him by Sandy.
e He expressed his willingness to accompany Col.
Harney to any point to meet Gen. Macomb; but,
before doing so, was desirous to return to his tribe
and consult upon the acceptance of the terms of-
e feared them. After an absence of three days, he
Returned, bringing with him O-che-hadjo,a.young
chief who had been delegated by the tribe to wit-
ness his Proceedings with the whites.
Sam Jones,'from his age and inability to travel,
declined coming; but desired his acquiescence in
t 'he terms proposed to be made known. This
n man, in the opinion of the Indians, has never been
considered an importantchief, and less so now-than
ever. The Mickaaukies, of which 'tribe h'be is.a
Chief, have heretofore occupied the northern por-
tion of the Peninsula ; but. from the inroads .made
Supon them by the troops, they have been obliged
to retire south, cultivate and live upon land be-
longing to the Seminoles, who are by far more nu-
merous. The Seminoles, finding this to be the
case, and having an antipathy to- this feeble bu'
warlike nation, determined to bring them into sub.
jection by insisting upon the election of a Seminohl
f chief, who was to govern all; and, in the event o'
their refusal, compel them to leave their country.-
The Mickasukies, being reduced to this emergen-
cy, consented, and Chitto-tuste.nUggee was elect
ed chief. He is about forty years of age--re.
markably pleasant and affable when spokes to.
y but at other times very dignified arid reserved. B]
Shis conversation and conduct in and out of council
She showed himself to be a man of much intelli.
gence and observation. The Indians paid hin
e great respect, and seemed gratified in having so
e able a counsellor.
0o The last council was held on the 22d inst.; boil
chiefs were present, together with forty-five Semi
s, hole end Mickasukie warriors. Gen. Macomb
f upon this occasion, as upon all others, gave to it
ts degree of excitement qi interest by adhering t.
imposing forms and ceremonies. Indeed, this i
to. indispensable in all negotiations with Indians
e for among the most degenerated these customsar
retained from generation togeneration, and at ac
Sto all that is said degree of solemnity which they
i believe is gratefully received by the Great Spirit.
A large council chamber was erected, arid th
to General and his staff, with all the officers at th
r- post, in uniform, were escorted to the council. b
the band of the 7th infantry and a company c
r- dragoons on fool. White fligs were hoisted a
' different points; a fire was built in the centre c
w the chamber, around which the Indians wer
'- seated in profound silence ; pipes and tobacco wer
given to them ; and, amid a cloud of smoke, eli
indians praed r~qnd, shaking hands with all pre
sent. The ternon of peace were again fully ex
plainnd to them : that they were to go below Peas
", creek and remain within the prescribed limits
as shown by the black lines drawn upon the mar
e- and be at peace. The 15th day of July next. :s th
a, day agreed upon for them to be within the country
he for the present allotted them. Chitto-tuste-nugge
followed in a, brief and sensible speech. He .i
n, pressed, with great .earnestness, the pleasure h
e, derived in being once more friends, and his con
he currence and that of his tribe in all that had be:
nd proposed. The most vigorous measures, he sai(
should be immediately adopted to bring in th
la straggling parties ; and a complete removal shoul

h, be effected, to the country assigned, without delay
at He desired that posts might be established nearthe
boundaries, to keep the whites from intruding up
0, on them, and that a space of ground might .
made between them-a "neutral ground-upo
which neither Indians nor white men should, dat
to venture. Har-lock.tuste-nuggee said-"He-ha
but little to say-the chief who had preceded hin
8, had spoken the words of hi. own heart-the to
mahawk and scalping-knife are now buried foreve
and the Great Spirit knows our hearts are tru
'e Six of my young men, who you see are not her
are gone west of the Suwannee tiver, and in tt
vicinity of Tallahassee, to carry the great talk.
us know," said he, that murders have been recent
he committed-it could not be otherwise, as those I
ry dians have not yet heard the words of our great
to father. When they hear it, all will be peace, an
to our people shall immediately retire to the country
n- designated.
st When he had finished, Gen. Macomb told then
d, if any one present had any thing to say, he wi
ready to hear them. They s-id they had nothir
be to say-their chiefs had spoken the words of the
Sown hearts. The council broke up, after being i
il, session about four hours. Every act and expre.
e- sion on the part of the Indians evinced the utmo
of sincerity and friendship. They attributed the wa
P to the proper cause, the aggression of the white
at and were willing to retire to any part of Floric
)es to avoid those unfortunate collisions which ha'
as existed for so many years. The men were dest
he tute of clothing other than a buckskin shirt, ai
Sd the women and children were almost in a state
Ac- nudity. Those who had covering, were'wrappt
in up in old forage bags, picked up in the vicinity
ite abandoned posts. They were truly objects
m, commiseration.
[er The gathering in of the Indians and their remc
Ces val is assigned to the commanding officers of ti
different posts throughout the country; and front
ri, the conduct of the Indians, and the discreet and ji
nd dicious manner in which all things have been con
of ducted, we have no doubt but that peace is (if lb
ras Government is so disposed) permanently rtstore
er, No deception has beon practiced; nothing h
ho been disguised ; and to General Macomb's candor
in- and- frankness, his generous attentions to the
ith wants and wishes, and to his knowledge of the
all habits and manners, mity be attributed his sue

of posts is to be established across the country, fi om
Tampa Bay to Fort Mellon, leaving, a space of
country-a neutral ground-between the Indian
boundary and the nearest post, of about fifty miles
in breadth. Infantry and dragoons are toaccupy
the posts, and by placing there intelligent and jO-
d;cious officers,who are acquainted with'the Inditan
character, and with the disposition of the settlers
resorting to such places for traffic and gain, we may
look for much good resulting from thie present ar-
rangement. One thing must result from it: we
can, within the coming six or nine months, obtain
an .intimate. knowledge of their fastnesses; nndif
the-Government persists in driving them from the
country, merely to carny out the policy'of emi,,ra-
tion which 'is adopted, we can meet them upon
more equal grounds, and PERHAPS succeed. But
if the true policy be observed, that which is due to
humanity and justice, and that which is demanded
by our citizens, whoare thickening upon our west-
ern frontier unprotected they will be allowed to
remain. Let loose such spirits as these in a coun-
try to which they must bd taken by force, and the
scenes which have been enacted here the last four
years will beat' no comparison with the bloody con-
fl cts .and murders which must ensue upon that
border, where are assembledd fifty thousand war-
riors, who only want' a leader to give vent to a
feeling which can never be subdued.
If the war is again commenced, the Indians will
be driven from the Everglades, and the country wil.
again be overrun by parties of four and five, who
will be a terror to every settler and village. Let
them go to the country to which they have gladly
consented to go; and if they remain at peace, why.
disturb them? No man can crave it, but for its
del'sphtful climate ; and let time accomplish that
which the best blood and the crffers of our country
have failed to do. We may talk of the triumph ol
the Indians, and of the prostration of the honor of
our arms ; this is all idle, and belongs to the crafty
speculator, and the loafers who have been hanging
upon our frontier from the commencement of 'the
war, and who will now be reduced to the necessity
of working for their daily bread.
The integrity of our Government is involved on-
ly when removing the Indians from a country which
they have sold, and which can be cultivated by the.
whites. This has already been accomplished; and
some magnanimity should be displayed towards-an
enemy. who is willing wo abandon the whole for a
portion upon which no white man can live. It is
impossible not .to feel an interest in these people,
who for four years have been contending for their
homes. -Florida is the land of theirbirth, but inde-
pendent of this, there is no country in the world so
peculiarly apapted to their wants and habits. Its
climate, at all seasons of'the year, is so mild that a
single article of dress is sufficient for their comfort;
the soil is fertile, producing spontaneously roots
and vegetables enough to supply their wants ; its
Srivers and ponds abound with fish and turtle ; and
in its hammocks and pine barrens game of every
description can be found whenever they are d-spo-
sed to hunt it.
This is the country they have been contending
I for, until they ar.e now driven to a nook anJ corner,
Uninhabitable for civilized man; for wh;ch th-y
come, as humble suppliants, to ask. or rece-ive
peaceable possession.


By the packet ship Rhone, from Havre, we have
Paris papers of Thursday, the 16th ult.
Theyspeak of Paris as qu'et, after the 'sangu na-
ry tumult of the preceding Sunday. By a toyal
ordinance of the 14th, the Chamber of Peers was
constituted into a Court for the trial of the offend-
On the 14th, the Chamber of Depuiits proceed-
ed to the election of a President and .two V.ce.
Presid nts, in the place of Messrs. Passy, Cunin-
Gridaine and Teste, who have entered into the
The results were as follows:-On the first bal-
lot there were 422 votes. Of these, Mr. Thiers
obtained 201, M. Satizet 199-the other scattering.
Of course there-was no choice. On the next ballot
there were 424 votes, of which M. Sauzet obtained
213-exactly the lowest number by which a choice
could be effected. Mr. Thiers received 206.
The Chamber then proceeded to the choice of
two Vice-Presidents, when Xl. ,X. Ganneron and
Jacquenminot were elected on the first ballot. Their
competitors were Messrs. De Sade and Beaj. De-
On these elections, the Moniteur Parisien, a s rt
of semi-offi-ial paper, says-"The election of
President of the Chamber does not present the
character which some papers pretend. It was not
a Cabinet question that was. to determine the
choice. The Deputies, therefore, voted according
to thoir personal predilections, without any purpose
of making a majority for or against the new Cabi-
net. This is a fact of which it is important to es-
tablish the truth."
The Journal des Debats of the 15th ult. says,
"The quiet of the city has not been a moment in-
terrupted to day. The public authorities are still
on the alert, but the riot isfiaished. Paris has re,
sumed its usual appearance after two bloody days."
From Spain we find.th:s intelligence:
Telegraphic Despatch.
BAYONNE, May13. 3 P. M.
Cabrera still intercepts the road to Madrid;-
Four mails are due. Espartero was on the 8Lh
master of Ramnalez, and would attack Guadamino
on the 10th.
The quotations on the Paris Exchange of 14t1
are, 3 per Cents., 81 85, closing prices; 5 pet
Cents. Ill 60, do. '

We take pleasure in announcing that MADAME
CARADORI 'ALLAN has generously tendered her
services to the committee of arrangements for the
Concert in behalf of the widow and children of 'he
late Mr. ScHLEaiMGER ; which, to meet that lady'o
engagement, his been fixed for the 25,h, in lieu of
the 21st instant, as first contemplated. The co-
operation of this accomplished artist, ensures to
the above solemnity, that ovc-rfl)wing success,
which attractions, exclusive of the high intrinsic
interest o' the occasion, cannot fail to command.

SPuRIOUS MONEY.-Horace H. Ladd and A. C.
DeMerrit have both been indicted for forgery in the
third degree, for uttering and putting in circulation
notes having on their face the title of" New York
Loan Company-;" signed Win. A. Ford, President,
and J. D. Vanderling, Cashier ; of which it is said
upwards of $200,000 have been circulated in the
south and west, made payable one year from date,
with interest at the. rate of 2j per centi They
were arrested on Saturday and held to bail in the
sum of $3000 each to answer to the charge."

CHEAP TRAVELLING.-The Steamboat Albany,
leaves the foot of Barclay street, for Albany
tomorrow morning. Fare 50 seato only.
The steam towboat Lion,of New Orleans, while
towing up the ship Vicksburg and other vessels,
from the BAlize; broke both of her shafts, and was
afterwards towed .to the city by the Michigan;
RAVELS AT NIBLO'.-The attraction of the
Ravel Family continues unabated at Niblo's new
Saloon. To-night, Vol-au-Vent is to be repeated,
in which the inimitable Gabriel sustains the prin-
cipal part. f
SHOCKING ACCIDENT.-On Friday afternoon last,
a shocking accident happened on board sloop Bel.
videra, Capt. L. Persey, while in the harbor of An-
nis Squam. The sloop had got a shore-and had
carried out a kedge anchor and tow line, for the
purpose of heaving off. The tide ran with great
rapidity-and when the vessel got afloat, she pass-
ed over the anchor before the hands could take in
the slack of the tow line. A turn was taken with
the rope round the windlass-but the cook being
busy in assisting on the forecastle, unfortunately
got his head in the bight of the rope, which by
some means got a round turn around his neck.
Before he could disengage himself, the slack of the
hawser had run out, and the poor fellow was drag.
ged to the bows of the sloop, where his head was
taken off in an instant, and fell overboard His
name was Win. Delaney; he was aged 48 years-
and has a wife and two children in New York.-
[Boston Mer. Journal.l

SHOCKING ACCIDENT.-A young woman from the
East, aged about 18, who was travelling west on.
board of a line boat with her mother and sister, was
unfortunately killed yesterday morning, as the
boat was passing under a very low bridge a little
east of the city. She was sitting on a box of glass
on deck, and had thus passed several bridges in
safety by slightly inclining forward. On this last
occasion she took the usual precaution, but as the
boat passed under the bridge the timbers struck
her forehead, and doubled her body over the boxes,
crushing.the bones of her head, back and breast,
in a horrible 'manner. She died instantly. Her
name we could not learn. The body was taken
f on a few miles further, where some relatives reside,
for the purpose of burial. The space between
f the timbers of the bridge and the top. of the box,
* through which the unfortunate girl. was forced,
was only about six inches. No blame is attached
to any one.-[ Rochester Daily Adv., 12th inst.J

DEATH 1o10m HYDROPHOBIA.-We learn from
Hudson, that a respectable man named Autistin
died there on Monday, of hydrophobia.- He was
Bitten in the hand about six months ago, while at-
tempting to separate two dogs which were fighting.
The wound soon healed up, and nothing, more
was thought of it, until two days before his death,
r when, feeling indisposed, he went home, and some
* medicinal drink was prepared for him by. Mrs.
Austin. As the liquid was presented to him. he

82,000 qtls Jerked Beef, 6
800 b Is Beef, 14
560 qt's Butter, 25
3,400 do Tallow Candles, }8
400 do Sperm do 45
3,000 do Cheese, 17
170,000 do Codfish, 4
56,000 brls Flour, 17
21,000 galsGin, 4 rs
2 500 qtis Hams, 20
-15.000 do Lird, 17
3,500 do Whale. and Sperm Oi',12
44,000 arobes Sp finish Olive Oil, 3
700 qls Linseel Oil,. 10
1,200 do Clear Pork, 15
4,300 brls Potatoes, 3
39,000 qtis Rice, 7
10,000 do Soap (Spanish) 10
S11,0<0 pipes Spanish Wine, 28
6,400.qtls Nails, 9
9 000.M feet Lumber, 20

SHigh Waterthis morning, 0b 32m.
This Morning'-Brigs Glide. Norton, 4ictou, Nesmith
& Leeds; George, Hull, Charleaton; Macon, Bibbins,
Cadiz and a market; Despatch, Lincolo, Wilmington, NC.
Saturday-Ship Bazaar, Lord. -for Sybey; brigs Mary
Ann, Hampton, Belize, (Honduras,) Tucker & Lauries;
Mariner, woodo, Franklort, Me ;Susan Maty, Pinkham,
Barbadoes and Trinidad, D. H. Robertson; Solon, G, waves,
Qebec, R. Irvin; Franklin, Hathaway, 1oitland, 'Rich,
ardson & 'Co ; Delaware, Chickbering, Boston, W. W. Do
Forest & Co.; schrs. Kenduskeag, Thompson, -Bangor,
Brett & Vose; Herald, Willetts, Rappahannock. R4ver'
Victor, Hallett, Boston; Salem, Eldredge, 'do;, J;W.Kemp. .
ton, Bedell, Norfolk..
Ship Rhone,- Whorton. from Havre, May 17th, w"Ith
mdze, to C. Bolton, Fox & Livingston; 8 & F Dorrk & Co.
and others. Left, ships Havre, Vennard, for NYork, Met
May; Wm, & John, Rob.nison, for St Ubes, May 17;
Ven ice, or Boston, for Gottenburg, May 19; Baltimore,
Funk, or NYbrk, 24th do; Robert Adams, Marschalk, for
Bordeaux, 17th do; Ann Mary Ann, of Portsmouth, unc.;
Antioch,Wescott, ofCastine; co, Duehesse de Orleans,
on her day and others. May 26, lat 44, lding 38, 30, saw
steam ship Live'pool,.hence, for Liverpool..
Ship Rose, Flanders, 17 days from Mobile, with cotton,
to the master, and others. .
Ship Newark, Soullard, 4 days from Savannah, with
cotton, toT. Dunham; .220bales coarton, W Cook; 39 do,
$60,000, H Thomas; 90-bales cotton, Lawrence & Trim- .
ble; [26 do, Barstow & Pope; 2 do, Northam & Brother;
57 casks rice, Travers & Alexander I
Ship Norway, Drummond, fm tNew Orleans, and 18'
ds fim. S W Pass, with cotton, &c. to the meter, Roberts
&.Williams, B H Donaldson,B H Field, Nevins & Town- -
send, and W E Lawrence.
SBrig Pallas, Blanchard, 13 ds fm Turks Island, with
salt. Left no Am vessels is port. The brig Commwee,
Tybring, 21 do fm NYork for Kingston, Jamaica, passed
through Turks Island. .
Brig Tybee, Herbert, 5 days from Charleston, withbcotl.
ton, to (r. Buckley.,
Schr Ester, Shultze, 7 ds fm 8S Marys, With live oaktet
B Brown
Schr Elizateth, Beaston,.6 days from Richmond, with
Schr Talma, Burres, 14 ds fm Apalachicola, with cotton
and cedar, to the master. Off Key West, spoke big XIl-
eanor, frn Apalachicola for Baltimore, 15 passengers.
Schr Francis Kennedy, Smith, 5 ds fm Newbern, .
with naval stores, to Mitchell-I Co. .
Schr Mary Caroline, Nichols, Ii ds fm-Piymouth, NC,
with naval 'torea, to A Treadwell & Son.
SSchr Mirror, Hammond, 4 ds fm Virginia, with wood.
Schr Cornet, Brower, 6 ds fm Ocrocock, with .N stores.
Schr Millicient, Chester, 6 ds from Richmond, with
flour toJ Hminter. .
Schr Napoleon, Pitta, 6 ds fm Richmond, with flour.
Brig Balkan, Doan, (late March, who'died.latt Sunday)
19 fm Jobos, whlh sugar &c. Nesmith & Leeds. Left
barque Panther,tbr NlHaven in 3 d.
BELOW-Ship Byron, Pennieton, from NOrleans, Itt
June, with cotton. "
Brig Henry, from Guoyama, PR, with lumber. Also,
1 ship and 3 brigs, and barks Chief, Huiten; brig Tybee,
from Charleston.
Ship Helvetia, Cottle, from New Zealand, sailed March
10th, with 225% bris whale and 350 do sperm oil, 21000
lb8. whalebone, to Grinnell, Alinturn & Co. The ship
Hercules from New Bedford, with 100 br s..oir, 600 do.
sperm, sailed same day. Ship 'Lexington, of Nantucket,
tailed 2 days before on a cruise, with 1600 bris; Ballanr es,
Lucas, of N edford, do oo, 600 brls sperm; Jas. Stewart,
from St. Johns, .ith 2200 brls whale, 400 do speim. Left
at Bay of islands, Feb. 1, ship Alpha, Congden, of Nan.
ticket. with 800 bris sperm. Ships heard of about the
20th Feb. off the French Rock, Arinn Barek, ofr Nantucket,
with 1000 brisk sperm; Nantucket, Edwards. of Nantucket.
with 1000 brls sperm; William Hamilton, Swain, of New
Bedford, with 450 sperm; barque Arab, Russell, -of do,
with 1400 bris whale, 410 do sperm Ships heard of dff
the Banks Peninsula. in Feb. last; White Oak, Barney,
with 800 .brIs spernm, 700 dp whale, Geo. Chase, 200 brie
wiwh; Navy, Broce, with 2250 brls wh, 150 op; barque Foil
tune. with 1700 bris; Gratitude, Fisher, 26500 brisk, had her
2d officer, Mr. Howland. killed by a whale in Dec. last;
ships Adverse, 2500 wh, 70 do sv; -Grand Turk, Dexter,
1100 bri, wh; Jasper, Adams, 1800 wh. 700 sp. Ships at
the Bay Islands, March 10th; Alexander, Barclay, 4600
wh and 40,000 lbs bone, and had cut in 90 right whale-
would sail in 7 days for Bremen; Henry Astor, Rawpon,
1100 sp. 760 wh; Dartmouth, Starbuck 1100 sp, 700 whale;
Martha, 400 sperm; George. Howland, Weeks, 700 p
B-snj. Rush, Coffin, 1300 sperm; Pacific, Miller, 120Id
SShip St. Mary?s, Foster, 12 days from New Orleans,
with tobacco, cotton, &c. to Johnson & Lowden.
ShinOconee, Lyon, 12 days from New Nrleang, with
cotton, tobacco, &c. to Scott & Morrell. ..
Ship Catharine Beasher, 4 days from Charleston, with
cotton, rice, &c. to Geo. Sutton.
Br bark Frances Lawson, Chaplin, 60 days from Hull,
with oils, coal, &c, to Cunningham & -Buchanan. June
11, (ff Jape Cod, spoke brig Adelaide, of and from Bos.
ton, for Trinidad.
Brig Honduras, Hopkins, 25 dsys from SIjl, with log.
woodl, &c. Left, bark E M, of Wa.doborodhp, Me, just
arrived; schr Fisher, from NOrlean, 2 ds. June 5th, off
Craysford Reef, spoke Br bark Manchester from New
Orleans, 'o-Liverpool.
Brig Sarah Elizabeth, Rio Janeiro, 27th April. Sailed
in co with ship Hannibal, Bennet, for New Zealand,
(whaling) .Lett ships Crawford, Mulford, Richmond,
uncertain, waiting cargo; Louisiana, Stanhope, NYo0rk,
do do; barks Shlbboleth, whalin', do; Geo Waehington,
Whitney, do, whaling, refitting; Mary, nmith, Baltimore,
uncertain disc'g; Pantheon, Abbott, NYork. do do; bilge
Athenian, Naah, whaling, do; Medina, do; the Captala
died here on the 22d instant; Congress, Town, Boston,
Mediterranean, wa'tine cargo
Br brig Victoria, Hu'rst, 7 days from Bermuda, in bal-
last, to Middleton & Co. Passed schooner Jane; hence,
going in. +
Brig Joseph Ham, Mitcbener, lOays from Windsor,
NS, with plaster, to the master.
B r brig Matchless, Card, 13 days from Windsor. N'.

BLEECKER & CO. .will sell on WEDNESDAY, the
19th instant, at 11 o'clock, :at No 30 Broad street, cornet '
of Exchange Place, very Old and Choice Wines, consist..
ing of Madeiras, Port, Chateau Margeaux, Hock, Claret,
Old Brandies, &c Catalogues can now be obtained atthe
Salis Room. (52) jelT
-*.l EK. H. LUDLOW & CO. will sell on THURS.
.DAY next, the 20th, at their sales room, 13 Broad street,
that elegant House owned by the late Lynde Catlin, on
10th street, north siJe, 1st house, east of 2nd avenue.
$8000 on mortgage, and possession given immediately.
For particulars see advertisement. jel7 3t*

-MR; CATHERWOOD lectures on both Panoramas
this evening (June 17th) at the Rotunda, -in Prince street,
commencing at half past eight o'clock. jel7 It
DOCTOR BEDFORD has removed to 6W5 Broad.
way. jel5 4taw3w
ER & CO. 'ill sell on MONDAY next, at 10 o'clock,
at No. 12 Macdougal street, the Elegant Furniture, with
some Paintings, and a Piano Forte.
Catalogues can be had at the house on the morning of
sale (50) jiS
SFOR SALE-The Dwelling House, No. 36 Bond
street, with the lot in the rear, on Great Jones street, now
occupied by the subsc-iber-being 27 feet in front] on each
street, and 200 feet deep.
Persons wishing to view and purchase the premises will
please apply in the first- instance to Mr. J. GREEN
PEARSON, No. 57 M merchants' Exchange, Hanover at.
The premises are in good order, and possession may be
had immediately.
Dr3 TO LEr.-A modern built three story brick House
in Eighth street, betw-en the Fifth Avenue afid Macdougall
street, finished in the best style, and ready for Immediate
occupancy. Apply at the office of this paper. ap25
E" INFORMATION WANTED of two brothers$
JAMES and JOHN OPREE, who came from Ireland tO
his country some years ago.
JAMES was a farmer, and went to Butler county, Ohio;
I': years ago, and was there connected with a family
named HARDr.
JOHN, who is a slater by trade, was in the city of New
York 6 years ago.
Their sister, MARGARET MCCREAUy, row in the vicinity
. of-New.York, would be most grateful for any information
concerning her'brothers.
Address hrr at the office of.the New York American,
New York.
S *** As.this.is a gratuitous notice, the less hesitation is
felt in asking any other papers, disposed to aid the search
of a sister for her brothers,:to give. it some insertions.
my24taw m .
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At South Columbia, Herkimer.Co., on the 13th
inst., Mrs Mary, wife of Joseph Carder, and
mother.ofthe. Rev. Janmes D. Carder, of this city.

In the ship Oconee,from New Orleans-Mr E
C Acker, Mrs Boyd, lady and 3 children'; Mr Lev-
erich, lady, 2 daughters and servant; Mr 0 Lev-
erich, Mr S M'Cauley and servant ; J F Penfield
and serv nt; Mr Goodwin, lady, daughter and ser-
vant; Mr N Ware and daughter, Mrs C Tubbs,
G Morgan, -lady -and servant; Messrs MCa field,
J Knight, B R Vaughan, J E Morgan, and 56 in
the steerage.
In the brig Susan Mary, for Bdrbadoes-Ccm-
mnissary General Tench, of Windward Island Eta-
tion, and two servants ; Mr. Leitch and wife, of
Barbadoes; MrTench, of d@; Mr Seth Diggs, of
New York; Mrs Mulligan, of Ire!and.
In the ship United States, for Liverpool-E F
S'.indersdn, Jas Stokes, lady, child and servant; S
Ward, Mr Calder, Miss Calder, Mrs Miller, Thos
Jackson, Miss Jackson, Mrs Powell, otfNew Yoi k;
Captain Gordon, 66th regimen, B. A; E Santi,.
Italy; James Rea, Macon, Ga; W T Young,
Boston; John Warren, Columbus, Ga; R John-
son, Maryland; D Cockburn, Edinburg; Edward
Hayle, Liverpool; Thos Hardeman,. Macon, Ga;
Valentine Chaplin and son, London.
In the ship St Mary's, frmi New Orleans-
Messrs Waldron, Johnson, Phillips, Waterman,
Sprague, Mallard, Lafl n, Dodd, Smith, Godfrey,
Rossou,.Talcott, and 24 in the steerage.
In the Ship Rnone, from Havre--l Sunivet,. T
Schwurtz, C Detonne, T Rush, Doct C -Lie, P
Bonnay, Madame Bonefanty, John and Charles
Bonefanty, Mrs Jones, C Frederick, and 130 in
the steerage.

Reported by S. J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and Exchange
Bioker, 42 Wall street, and 130 Broadway.
to00o shares Delaware and Hudson......... 72*
50 do (10............ 72-b 80
150 do do ............. 72f
650 do do ............ 72
100 do do .............. 72l-b60
100 do do ............. 7 -1-Lo30
50 do do ............ 72 -a3)
50 da do..d.....-.... 72 -s 30
50 do do ..... ..... T72 -s 10
50 do do .............. 72 -s 5
25 do do................ 72 -b3
.2u Bankof Commerce.............101,
100 Jo do...............101 --s 30 d
25 do do3..... ......101*-s 3 .
30 Kentucky Bank ................. 88
80 do do .............. 89
100 do do..............88-a 60
5 do do..............881
100 Canton Co ...................... 39A-s mos
30 do do.............. 40
9) do do ............ 390
30 do do............... 39-s 30
15 Lafayette Bank Cinn............ 102
79 N A Trust and Banking Co........ 0
10 Southern Trust............... 77
75 Storitnston Railroad.............. 28
30 do do'.............. 28 -s 10
385 -- Harlem Railroad................. 52
100 d c do............. 521-b 60
716 do do .............. 52
50 do do ............ 521-8 10
250 do do .............. 53-60 ds'
20 do do............... 2
60 do do .............. 6|-b30
15 State Bank...................... 108
60 Farmers' Trust...................110
10 N.A. FireIlns.................III

[From the ,New Orleans Bulletin, June 8.]
HAVANA MARKET-Inports.-From our Hvana
correspondence, received.yesterday, we have .pre-
pared the following table of the imports of some
leading articles of consumption into that city, for
the first four months of the year 1839, viz :
Average prrci.

952 000
273 000
100 000

the bark Harriet (sold there) from Montevideo for New
York... .
Tlhe-hcooner Canton, (of Hallowell, Me from St.
Domino, for New York, with a cargo of mahogany, was
lost on I rench Keys about 10th' May.
Sailed from Canton previous to February 17th, Girard,
Drinkwater, Manila.
At Jersey City, brig Alexander, from Bostton.

BOSTON, June 15-Arrived, schooners Freeman, from
Petersbure; Carter Braxton, Smith, NOrleans; Vinitage,
Albany; Friend, Saganaw,- and Denmark, New York. -
Cleared, brigs Dove, Ingersoll, for Gibraltar and Mal.
ta;schrs Dirusilla, Eldridge, St Marys, Geo.; Fort-Hill,
Fredericksburg; Eliat H.-Herrick, Reeside, and Wm.
T. King, New York.
NANTUCKET, June 15-Ar ship Sarah, Upham, New
York, to sail for Pacific Ocean.
Sailed, ship Ploiuhbo', Brown, Outer Roads, to'fin. ,
ish fitting for Pacific Oceoan ; schr Tyleston, Wyer,
whaling -
PHILADELPHIA, June 15-Ar baique Delaware,.
Fisher, Boston; brig Theodore, Sheed, Pernambuco 36
dayp. Left, ship Canton Packet, Chase, of BoSton, lor
Cowes in 6or8 days; brig iMark, Hernon; of Salem, from -
Bonavista, In distress, bound for the River di la Plata;-
sch BenjD'Wolf, of New York, arrived the 6th May,
in 31 days passage, in want of a ma.t, bound On a seal.
Ing voyage.
Also, ar brig Eagle, Eldredge, Boston; schra Genoa,
Bango;Peru, do
Cid brig foseph Carperthwait, Nobre, Babadoes; schrs
Lion and Eunice, Boston; Excel, Hartford.
BALTIMORE, June 15-Ar barque .Leda, Benson, N
York;- Bremen brig Die. Freunde, Meyer, Bremen; brig
Ellsworth; Thomas, MatanzasI. -
Old, brig.Martha, Davis, boston. -
ALEXANDRIA, June 13 -Arr Br brig Favorite, Maes.
terms, Turks Island ; schrs Emily, Nantucket.-Sailed,
brii Sidney, Jones, Bordeaux; schr Susan, Ludwig,
RICHMOND, June 13-Arr ochrs Galena, Albany ;
Delawsare, New York Robert & Rowland, Thomaston
14th-Ar schr Jersey Oak, NYork-In sight, bound up,
schr Abathula- IlI schro Constitutlon, Boston; Henry
Brown, NYork ; Arabella, Saugerties.
NOBFOLK,Junel13 -Arr schr President, N York.
A ship has gone up James River, supposed the Richc rd
Anderson, froa NYork. "
WASHINGTON, NC; Juna 12-Arr schrs E!za.Maria,
and Time, NYork- Cid schrs Franklin, Atlas, Jno Myere,
and Bliza Maria, NYork.
WILMINGT'IN, June 10th-Ar brig ngellne, Finch,
New.York-CId- brigs Victorine, (Fr) Salvy, Bordeiux ;
John Hancock, Crane, Boston ; schr Olive, -Myers New
SYork Patriot, Providence. -
CHARLESTON, Junell-Arrived, schr Lawrence, fm
New York --Vent to sea, ship Catharine, Besher, for-
New-York. "
June 12--Arrived, ship Arson, Sinclair, fm New York..
Clearel, brig Buenos-Ayres, Stuart, for NYorK; schr.
Abigail, New Bedford and Wareham. "
SAVANNAH, June 8-Arrived, brigSea Island, Boston
SJune 10-Arrived,brig Mary Cole, Fuller, Thomaston.
Cleared, barque Beaver, Edrmonds, for Liverpool; brig
Wil-.iam, Barton, do.
June II Below, ship Arno, Dixey, horn Havana. Put
in to ascertain -freight.
NEWORLEANS. June 8-Arrived, ship Vicksburg,
Bunker, from New York.--Cleared, ships Adam Lodge,
(Br.) Main, tor Liverpool; Cherokee, Loring, Boston; schr
My Boy, Harvey, Montevideo. .
APALACHICOLA-, June I-Cleared, brig Lucinda,
Harknesa,'from NYork;- Florida, .Phillips, do; schooner
Talma, Burrows, do. -
June 6-Arived, Danish brig Freys, -Olofs, from Got.
tenburg.-Cleared ship-Rowena, Bead, Savannah; barque
Atlantic, Seatle, Liverpool. "

L. M HO FO AN, Auctioneer.
Ni iA-NOTICE-The Catalogue of Teas and Cassia,
cargo of the ship : Asia, Is .now resdv. ana the sample
packages may be examiaedTO MORROW, at the Phenix
Sales' Blaom, corner of Wall naud Water strets.m
jell7 L M. HOFFMAN &CO.
l E. H. LUDLOW, Auctioneer.
.EA* -H. LUDLOW & CO. will sell at Auctionsi, at their
Sales Boom, No. 13 Broad street, at 12 o'clock, on Thurs.
day, the 20h June, that splendid Three Story Brick
House on the North side of t'enth, street, first door east
of Second Avenue-Lot, .5 by 91 feet 10 inches-House
25 by. 55, with under' cellar the whole length of the
house, with Naylor'sPatent Furnace, Egyptian Marble
Mantels in basement and parlors, and white Italian mar.
ble mantels in iLke second story bedrooms-plate glass
in windows, mahogany doors, &c., the whole being.in
complete order and repair. j el7 3t*
M[ The Stores, 13 and 134 Front Front street, cor-
Sner PFine street, an excellent situation fora Grocer
jy.--or Commission Merchant. .Apply to
jl7ea 134 Front st..

SALE AT AUCTION.-Messrs. Bleecker k Co.
i* will sell at auctiou on TUESDAY, the 25th, at2
o'clock, tnat splendid seat, situated on the'banki
of the Passaic river, in the city'of Newark, N J., where
the subseriber'now resides. The ho se contains on the
baaement.two kitchens, large convenient cellars, &c.; on
the second story an. elegant hall, 40 feet by 20, dining
room, drawing room, and two parlors ; and on the third
story Ave bed rooms. It is well supplied with water, and
has every convenience for a genteel family. The land
extendsto nearly 30 acres, and is bounded by the river on
Sthe-east, and by Broad street on the.w st ; it is of tth richest
quality of soil, and in the bestttate of cultivation A spa.
ciousavenue leads from Broad street to the house, and is
adorned on each side with flowering shrubs and ornamen-
tal trees. Another avenue runs from the house to the river,
lined with grape vices, flowers and shrubs. ''he lawn
ar6ud'd:the house is tkstefully laid out with walks and
- trees. The Garden contains about two acres. and Is
stocked with the finest grafted pear, peach, plum and
cherry trees, &c. The flower garden contains nearly 200(
herbaceous plants, and is sakilfully laid out, so as to exhi-
bit a variety offoi m and color, The house commands a
charming view of Newark, the rivet Passaic, anrid sur.
rounding country ; and is withoutexception the most desir
able residence for a gentleman of fortune to be found in tht
State of New Jersey. The title is unquestionable. Amai
:l the grounds may be seen at the office of the ALC ion.
eors. Terms, which will be easy, to be made known on
the day of sale.
.el7dW2b WK. I. GRIEVE.
,- from London, Theodolites, from London, Paris ant
Germany; Telescopes ol Fraunhope's, Rossins, Trough
toa & Simms, and Plopel's make together with a -larg
Assortment of Nautical Inrtruments, Mathematical amn
Astronomical Books ; for sale -by -
E. & G W. BIIUNT, 179 Water street,
jel7 con. efBurling slip.
o TER FEIT DETECTOR published for the las
15 years in pamphlet form and folio sheet, for sale at
S. J. SYLIESTER'S,.130 Broadway,
,el7 and 2-2 Wall street.
ILLS OF EXCHANGE on all parts of Great Britai
and Ireland, in sums of 51. to any amount,- for sal
jel7 130 Broadway, nrd 22 Wall st.

C 'OLLEC'1'ONlN on all parts of the United States, ca-
naaas and Eu ope, made on the most favorable
terms, by S. J. -SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
jel7 and 22 Wall st,
UT NCURRKNT MONEY, Foreign Gold and Silver
Treasury Notes, &c. bought' and sold at low rates
at S. J. SYLVESTER'S. 130 Broadway,
je17 and 22 Wall st.
S bers wishing to reduce their large stock of Summer
Clothing, will offer it at retail for cash until 1st August
at reduced pr ces. F. J, CONANT. & CO.
81 Cedar street, up stairs, between Nassau and
jel7 3t Broadway.
FIbiN PLATES-300 boxes 1 4 X 'Tin. Plates of the 1 R
B brand, now landing, and Ior sale by
jel7 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st.
OFFEE-461bags prime green Laguira, tor sale by
,jel7 HOWLA Di&ASPINWAtL,55 South st.
' 'uRN-25U0 bushels Corn, just rece'vedi from N. Or
leans, lbfor sale by
j7 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South at
,UR SEAL SKINS-i00 Lobos Island dressed Fur
S Seal Skins, for sale ip lots to suit purchasers, by
Jel7 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.

jL IpjES -15u0 hung drine rlndes, tor sale by
lI jel7 HOWLA.ND & AhPINWALL, i5 South si

SUNNY BAGS-0OU bales large and medium size
7 Gunny Bags, for sale in lots, its purchasers, by
jel7 tf DAVIS, tsROOKS &t CO. 21 Broad st,
A MERICAN9ALC-2 cases American 'Talc, Ior saie
jel7 134 Front at.
SMOKED BEEF-9 hhlids. 2 bris. smoked Beef, for
jel7 56 South st.
"V of superior quality,ijust received, for sale by
R. H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway,
jel7 coiner of White street.
quality Government Java Coffee, just received, lor
sale by R. H. ATWELL, 381B roadway,
jel7 i corner of While st.

p.ORT WIN-SO0 dozen 'uperior -ort Wine; also,
Sfine Port Wine on draught, for sale by
jel7 R.H. ATWELL, 38t Broadway,
K., it ','llA.A tew na ,lr f nt finA nealitCv cum.


On and af er the 17th June, the cars will leave the C;ity
Hall, Walker st.'antd Harlem, at 6 o'clock, 7. 8, 81j, 9, 9j,
10, 11, and 12 A M, and 1 o'clock P M, and therk.every
half hour till 8 o'clock -
City Rail ani Fifteenth street Line.
The Cars will leave the City Hall and Fifteenth street
every ten minutes, fro0 7 o'clock A M, till 8.o'clock, P.
M -
The following are the rates of. .are :
Fi om City JPall,
To Fifteenth st 6j cts i To forty seconds, 12i cts.
Yorkville, 18F | Harlem, 25
From Harlem.
To Yorkville, 6 cs I To Forty second et 12j1 cts.
Fifteenth st I \I City Hall, 25
Fare on Sundays between City Hall and Forty second
street and intermediate places, 121 cts
jel7 J.. S. WHIUAM, Superintendant.
Fr Nld k AITS, ifOOlS OF PRINTS, .-c-Brocite-
done's Passes of the Alps, illustrated with log large
engravings, 2 vols, royal Svo
English School of Painting and Sculpture, Nyith about
400 engravings in outline 6y Revell, and descriptive letter
press in French anid Engrnsh. A new edition, offered at
half the original price, 4 vole, 12mo, clo'h or half moroc
co. -
Gallery of Portrait of 168 ESminent Characters ot .L11
ages and nations, from authentic pictures, beautifully en-
graved, with biographical and historical letter press, 7
vols, royal 8vo
Gallery of Veroeilles. A work illustrative of that mag
nficent National Collection of Paintings and Sculpture,
published under the patronage of the French Government,
quarto edition, with the plat s etched, 4 voles "
.Rbyal quarto, plates finely engraved, 4.vols
Imperial lolio, proof impressions on India paper, 4 vo's
Holbprn's Portraits of the Court of Henry VIlI:h--A
series of 80 .exquisitely colored plates, like miniature draw.
ings, with historical letter press by Edmnund Lodge, Esq,
imperial to, half morocco.
Shakspeare Gallery-45 beautiful portraits of the Fe
male Characters ol Shakspeare's Plays, with letter press.
A new edition in quarto, elegantly bound in morocco. A.
few "opie s colored. London, 1"839
Vaticano-The Vatican, described an I illustrated by
Erasmus Pistolesti, with 700 large and beau iful outline
eigraving's of all the Ornaments. e'irescoes, Paintirngs and
Statues in that celebrated Edifice, 7 vols, royal folio,
richly bound. Rome, 1839. This will be ready soon..
Wilkinson's Szetchea in Spain-Tinted and colored in
the style of drawings. Royal 4to I.
James (G P R) Book of the Passions, with 16 splendid
engravings, in the style ifBulwer's 'Leila,' royal dvo
Martin's IllustratIons of .he Bible, imperial folio, cloth
Marutn'sMilton-Paradise' Lost; with 12 illustrations, by
John Martin. Royal 6vo, moiocco, extra
Medical .Portrait Gallery, 18 engravings, ro-yal Svo, half
Pictorial Pilgrim's Progress, 8vo, 25 engravings -
Robert's Spanish Scenery. A superb work, proof im.
preseions on'large-paper, 4 vols, royal Svo, morocco.
New nnd beautiful Illustrated-edition of the Waverley
Novels. In 48vol,.crown Svo, cloth, with gold labels, il
lustrated by four different series of engravings; landscape,
portrait, historical ant comic; originally published by Fin.
den, and by Fisher &. Co. The Novels and Tales; by the
A-uthornof Waverly. .
S" rhis is a new impression of the celebrated
Edinburgh edition, w.th the author's last" notes,
corrections, and improvements; and is the only edition on
which the author's family receive a copyright. The plates
alone aie published separately, at more than $301 but the
price of the whole is the same as the work -has hitherto
bsein sold for without the plates. The trade supplied or
the usual terms. .
Il one large and closely printed volume, of about 1,400
pages-A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines, by
Andrew Ure, F R S, author of the 'Chemical Dictionaiy,'
&c. This important work Is jus' completed.
Maccullock's Commercial Dictionary, new edition, en.
large and improved to Jan. 1839-A Dictionary, Theore-
tical, Historical, and Practical, of Comme-ce and Com-
mercial Nivigation; by J R McCullock.
Imptorters, 161 Broadway, N.Y., and
jel7 Paternoster Bow, London.
CO., 200 Broadway., have just published, The Me-
tropolitan Pulpit, or Sketches oftbe most popular Preachl.
era.in-London, by the author Of Random Recollections,
The Great Metropolis, &c &c. 1 vol. 12mo. .-
*** The Works of Mr. Grant, embracing the Random
Recollections- Bench and Bar, t&c. &C., have achieved
great popularity. He is an ad-nirable sketcher, and his
illustrations of character are clearly drawn, and rendered
both instructive and amusing-by his diiligence in the col.
election of anecdotes. In the beautiful volume before us,
we haye sketches of morq than fifty of the principal cler-
gymer, now, or recently occupying, the pulpits of London,
of all the Cnristian Protestant denomiiatiops. The first
chapter is devote to recently deceased clergymen, among
-whose names are those of Rowland Hill, Dr. Waugb,
Matthew, Wilks and Edward Irving. Amons the living
preachers, the namnes.most familiar to the American read.
er, by reason of their recent vi-it to the-United States,
are those of Andrew Reed and Dr. Cox, of the Baptist
Church. We have glanced over the present work, and
are persuaded that it will be found-a -highly acceptable
contribution to the current literature of the day.-[Journal
of Commerce] Jel7.3tis'
L SCIENCE AND ART, is published every month
by E. LIT FELL & CO. 279 Chesnut street, Phild le!phia,
at Six Dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant sub.
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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 nuwbeig, or .I'wo Dollars ard a
Half bound. The New aerles is begun because we are nc
longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old.
1 Public Characters in the Reigns ef George III and
IV, Edinburgh Review
2 Letters on Paraguay, Quarterly Review
3 False Taste- Dr Channing, Edinburgh Review
4 Diary of a Dutch Diplomatist in London, Monithl3
Chronicle -
5 Unpublishd Letters of Mary Stuart, Foreign Quarteril
6 Field Marshal Suwaroff and the Campaign of 1799
Monthly Ohronicle.
- 7 Gibbon, British Magazine
8 Natural History and Fishery of the Sperm Whale
Quarterly Review
9 Last Moments of Prince Talleyrand, United Servic
10 Tecumseh, the Indian Warrior, do
It Captain Harris's Travels, Athenmum '
12 The Somnambulist, Memr. of America
i3 The Peace Offering, do
14 The Monomaniac, do
.s Contributions to the History of Forgery, Month!:
16 Mrs Brunton, Chambers' Edinburgh Journal

17 A Vision of the Violet, Sunbeam
18 Nicholas Nicileby, Nickleby Papers.
19 Jack Sheppoard, Bentley's Miscellany
20 A Sabbath among the Mountains, Blackwood's ,*a
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SCARIVILLS, 108 Broadway, and E. LITTELL & CO
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J Us' PUBLISHED-The Chilstian Youth's Boo.,
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Craig Brownlee, D.D.
Metropolitan Pulpit, or Sketches of the mort Popular
Preachers in London.
Means and Ends of Self.training; by Miss Sedgwick.
The works of the Rev. Henry Scouga!.
For sale by SWORDS, STANFORD & CO.
jel7 152 Broadway.
I HAN'I'AMSNIION, Prince of Palmland ; A Bomdnce
Sin two volumes, saidto have been written by Mrs
Henry Nelson Coleridge
'A work of uncommon merit, and which that great'poet,
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, himself might well have been
proudly to claim the parentage Simplicity and truth are
written upon the front of Phai:tasmnion; they are its proper
ties in peculiar d stinctress. It is the Simple of the first
age, and the True of all ages.'
The above is the opinion-of the editor of the 'Libraiy.'
of which this work makes the two first volumes, and nis
opinion is fully corroborated by several of the most re.
spec'able and highly es-eemed. A Clergymai writing to
his friend in this city, says of this work : 'Not a page is
here written merely to fill up and lengthen out thebook ;
the whole is an evolvement from within, niot a picking up
and patching together otf the outward lllustiation, as
used b) this Lady, has a sort ol creative power ; the light
flowing from t makes the objects.not only clear and dis.
tint, but vivid, living, and full of motion. In this particu.
Jar she is indeed the dear daughter of her illustrious
father. Published by a"
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7 5 9o ^ LBS. ofthe first quality Fire-Proof
. O xJV Wrought IRON CHES I'S are now
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tory. A part of them are without the inside fixtures, for
the purpose of putt ng them in to order, viz: divisions for
Books, pigeon holes, drawers, &c. At this season of tIhe
year a more liberal deduction is made than usual for cash.
JESSE DELANO, 97 Water street,
iel5 3t corner of Gouverneum's Lane.
LACK BOMBAZINES-Just received an assortment
of beautiful, black and blue black Bombazines, very
cheap, at P. & G. BROWN'S,
jel5 46 Canal street.
I IRS MO'1'T, the celebrated Female Pnysict n
tl New York, having just received a large quantity
ol herbs, roots, and essential.oils from Europe, not tobe
obtained in this country, will be ab e to cure those dis-
eases which have baffled the ski I ol'the most eminent phy-.
sicians. Mrs. Mott positively. pledges herself to cure or
relieve all d seases incident to the human frame, and more
especially the following : rlheumatism otf however long

T HIS EVENING, June 17th, willbe performed the
Farce of MY LITTLE ADOPTED-Major Seymour. Mr
Wheat ev; Frederisk, Hield; Lauretta..Mrs Chippindale.
After which, LA SYLP HIDE-La Sylphide, Madame
Taglioni; Janses Reuben, Mons Taglioni; The Sorceress,
Mr Wells; Anne Reubea, Mrs Durie.
In tne course of ihe evening, TWO OBLIGATOS oh
the violin, will be performed by Mr Hughes.
To conclude with WAYS AND MEANS-Sir David
Dunder, Mr Plaride; Random, Ritchings; Lady Dunder,
Mrs Wheatley; Kit'y, Miss Cushman.
Doors ooen at7) 'clock-Performance comminences at7j
Ticketb- -Boxes,$1, Pit. 50cents.Gallery, 25 cents.
UESPAY, June 18, 1839, for the BENEFIT of
By Mr, GEORGE FREDERICK CooK, his first appearance on
any stage. iel3
Corner of Leonard and Church striets.
I HIS EVENING. IJune i7th, will be performed
the Opera of LA GAZZA LADRA-AlbIert, Mr Wilson;
Manville, Seeuin; Lenoir, Morley; Marcel. Horncastle;
Felix, Mrs Bailey; Annette, Miss Shirreff. "
To conclude with the Farce of UNCLE JOHN-Uncle
John, Mr Lambert; Nephew Hawk, Williams; Niece
'Hawk, Mrs Ruwell; Eliza, Mrs Hardwick.
Tomorrow, the celebrated voca'ists will appear.
Doors open at 7 o'cloctK-Periormance Commences at71.
Boxes, $1-Ptt, 50cents-Gallery, 25 cents.
_HIS EVENING, June 17th, will be performed the
the Drama of ROOKWOOD ; or Dick Turpin, the High.
wayman-Dick Turpin, Mr Woniford; Pet.r Bradley, Mr
Gilbert; Kuke Bradley, Proctor; Tcm King, J.B Rice;
Jerry Juniper, Gates; Ramulph Rookwood, Foster; Sybil,
Mrs Shaw; Barbara, Mrs Bnnister; Lady Rookwood,
Mrs Rice.. -
In c mnsequence of the uncertainty of the tive that will
be required to iive a full representation to this ertraordi. 4
nary drama, there will be no other performance this even.
ing. The time to commence will be EIGHT o'clock.
Boxes 75 cents. Pt 37J. Gallery '25.'
W M. NIBLO respectfully announces that this es-
tablishment has opened for th.- season.
THIS EVENING, June 17, the eLtertainments to com.
menceithis evening with the wonderful performances of
After which the extraordinary t:hinese Divertisement of
LES TROIS MATAQUINS-By Gabriel, Antoine, andl
Jerome Ravel on three topes
Hall an hour intermission for refreshment, which will
be served up In the Promenade Saloon- when the Grand
M litary Band will petlorm a variety of overtures, march-
es, &c, on the terrace. .
To conclude with the ballet Pantomime, called VOL.
AU VEN r !.or A Night's Adventure--Vol au Vent; Ga.
briel Ravel; Gregotire,Jerorie Ravel, Jacques, Antoine
Ravel; Sebastian, Leon Ravel; Joseph, Francois Ravel;,
Naneite, Madame Checkeni; M Iler's Men, ILasses, Sc,
by the Corps de Ballet
During the reces.,a new and -
has been built, capable of holding two thousand persons,
opening into the Garden by spacious galleries, where the
charms of .music will receive new de, ght with the flagrant
breeze from varie flowers and plants. 'The seats ate
backed and cushioned with richdEmask The embellish.
ments and decorations are executed'hy a celebrated artist
The greatest attention has been paid to ventilating the
building,which, EN UN OT., is.pronouncedthe mostunique
and elegant establishment in the country.
are newlyjlaid anti enlarged. Lemon, orange and lime
trees areintersperead with a choice and pieasing variety of
Shiubs, Plants and Flowers. Refreshing jets of writer
will i-sue from the Grotto Fountain, richly diversified
Sby thousands of new and brilliant transparent Lamps,
. lately imported direct from Paris, to inrpart an air of en.
chantment to.the coup d'.eil of the favorite endroit..
THE SUPERB GOTHIC TOWER will b illumina-
ted with transparent.windows, designating the most pro.
minent events in the history of the Knights.Templars.
THE PROMENADE SALOON-in the Garden will be
opened this season foi relfreshments.
Aitists of the highest celebrity in every department are
engaged, to firm a succession of pleasing novelties
throughout the season. .
Great addition will be made to the Orchestra during
the season, to produce, on a scale of unequalled gran-
Which has caused such a bruit in Paris and Londodn.
The entertainments will be given every evening in the
week, (Sundays excepted.) .
Sj" No postponement on account of unfavorable wea
thier .
SDoors open at 7 o'clock-the Conceit to commence at
8 o'clock.
Omnibuses will run to and from the City Hotel f-to the
.Garden, dui ing the evening. je4
.'Collection of Indian Poitraits-Views of Indian
Villaes7-Indian Dances-Ball Plays-ReligiousCere.
minonies-Buffalo Hunts-Indian Curiosities--tostumes-
Weapons-Pipes-Scalps, &c... &c.'is now spread upon
the walls of the large Saloon in the Stuyvesant Institute,
where it wil remain for a very short time. -
Open from .9'in the morning until 10 in the night." Ad.
t mission 25 cents. jIlO 1m

T Fainted by T SULLY, of Philadelphia.
SUJLLY respecttullv :,nnounces to the public, that
he intends exhiPiing Ior a short period at 15i Broadway,
commencing On Mlonday, the 10th instant, the Portraitof
Queen Victoria, painted oy himoe f from the original study
executed during.his recent visi. to England,which study is
also attached to the exhibit on.
Open daily from 10 A M until 6 P M, and in the evening
from 8 until 10 o'clock.
Admittance 26 cents. Season tickets 50 centi.
je8 dtf
rT HESE Panoramas are now open for exhibition at the
SNew Rotunda, corner Prince .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 Irom Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is superior,
asia work of art, to any Panorama bt fore exhibited.
The Panoramas are brilliantly illuminated every even.
ing by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explanations of
the pictures given in tte forenoon, afternoon, :and at halt
past 8 in the evening.
Open from 9 in the morning, till 10 o'clock in the even-
ing. Admittance 25 cents to each Panorama. Books of
description 121 cents, apl tf
IOUtSE FOR SALE--A fine spirited, GREY
HORSE, fifteen onil a half hands high, a fast trot.
ter in ha' ness, and a very pleasant saddle horse, will be
warranted perfectly sound and kind, and without trick or
fault ot any kind. seven years laid. Any gentleman wish-
ing a horse to enjoy himselfwith as a i permanent proper.
ty, he would suit. He has the advantage also of being a
fresh horse in the city, as he was this morning landed
Irom a Coxsackie barge.
His owner, who came eown with him, can give a satis.
factory reference here as to his veracity in his statement
respecting him. He i-i at Powell'sa stable in Houston st.
nexttie corner of Broadway, where he may be seen, by
inquiring Ior Mr. HOUGHTALING'S horse. ShouldMr
H. not be the e he may oe seen at 24 Vestry st. or at 14
Maiden lane, je8
EMOVAL.-F. J. CONAN1' & CO. hlia.e removed
their Wholesale Clothing Warehouse to 81 Cedar
street, upstairs, between Broad way and Nassau't. myl7
Published in folio lorm, containing much mterestir-
matter, the latest news. from England, Literary Notice.
&c. &c. &c., price 6 cents, by'
SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway,
jel4 below Maiden Lane.
%OVKEIckiN' Napuleons, X Gilders, X Thalers,
S Frederic d'Ors, Ducats, (;uineas, Spanish and Mex
ican-Dollars, Five Fiancs, English and French Silver,
bought and sold by SYLV kSTER & CO.
el4 156 Broadway, below Maiden lane.
F XCHANGE ON LONDON-Drafts at sight, in sums
SA to sui pui chasers, payable in every town through.
out the kingdom. Apply to SYLVESTER & CO.
jel4 155'i Broadway, below Maiden Lane.
y,, XCHANGE ON SCOTLAND.-Drafts at sight in
-sums to suit purchasers, payable in every town
throughout the Kingdom. Apply to
IiSYi-LVESTER &t CO. 156 Broalway.
jel4 below Maiden Lane.
HIO, Indiana, Illinois, North and South Carolina,-
Keitucky, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsyl.
vania, Eastern, and Safety Fund Money, bought at a low
rate by S.J. SYLVESTER,
Wjel0 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall at.

HE POUDRET' k. OMPANY are prepared to re
move the contents t .,'NKxs or, PFivias in a manner
less offensive than the usu.,.. )de.
Tubs A ith close covers are to be used, which are no
' niptied into carts, nor into the rivers, but are carried ou
of the city in large waggons.
Orders left at the office, 120 Nassau street, (up stairs,
where satisfactory references will be given) or in writing,
..t .tb Pitv.- Tna ao- 1 d.. Ifi V-C 9^ ^T -nf";. Ra^il nr at t

EEHAWKEN. N. J., two miles from the Hobo-.
ken Ferries.-This new and splendid establilhmentis now
opened for tie reception of boarders and vislwrs. A Car.
rage will run between the lerly and the hotel- every half
hourdurirg the day. .commencine At halfI .pat,' o'clock,
A M. jel3 2m H. H DYER, Priprietor.
4 ONG BRANCH, on the Atlantic Ocean -The sub.
scriber respectfully announces to tLe public, that the above
establishment is now open-for the reception of company,
a.d will continue so until thea end of September. Unre.
mitted attebt on will be exertoW to render the Branch e de-
eirable residence during theoeason. A share of the public
-patronage is most respectf'yily limited
ANN RENSHAW, Widow of the late
jel2 2aw 6w Williaum.Renshaw.
JMI!kS 8LEECKER, Auctioneer.
JAMES BLEECKERt f CO. will sell at auction on
Wednesday, 19th of Junrre, at 11 o'clock, at their sales
room. No,30 Broad street, corner-of Exchange place,
An assortment of superior Wines, being-in part the
stock of a gentleman leaving the country, consistipg in
part orf
4 3 12 dozen Rock Madeira, imported in 1826, bottled in
1833. from Newton, Gordon & Ryley.
12 dozen Mary and Elizabeth Madeira, of 1826, bottled
in 1829.
3 dozen Wanderer Madeira.
8 dozen Franklin Madeira, of.1826, bottled in 1831.
7 9 12 dozen Amontellado Sherry, shipped by Newton,
Gordon & Murdock, in 1826, bottled in 1838.
50 bottles Lynch's Chateau Maigaux, of 1831.
50 do do do do of 1827.
5 doz West India Madeira, brand Sir A -Liltle
47 magnums, 1 gallon each, Symonds &k Co. choice Ma.
deira, 12 years old
40 doz very fine Pale Sherry
1 pipe fine Madeira, about 6 years old
10 cases, containing 3 dozen each, of superior old
brown Sherry, Mat Hayes's.bta.nd.
83') do do do do of very superior brown Sherry, do do.
60. do do 2 dozen each of do old London Port do do
2 2doodo'3 do do ofdo do do dodo
400 baskets of Champaign, with a general selection of
Clarets, Hocks, &c. '
Catalogues can be obtained-on t(iday previous to the
Samples can be examined at the office of the auctioneers
on the morning ofeale. --I. -
Terms -Under $160, cash; over$100, at 90 days, for ap.
.proved endorsed notes. (34) je6
STOCK-Notice is hereby given that the New York
and Erie Railroad Company will sell at public auction,
at the Merchants' Exchange in the city of New Yoik, on
Wednesday the twenty.sixth day' of June instant, at one
o'clock P.M., under the direction of the Comptroller,
one hundred thousand dollars of-New York State Stock,
bearing interest at the rate of four and a half per :cent.
per annum, from the first day of July, 1839, inclusively,
payable quarterly on the first days of January, Apil, Ju-
ly ari, October-being stockilssii in pursuance of chap.
ler2.6 of the laws o' said State ofrhe'year 1838, and is re.
imbursable at the pleasure ofthejcste, at any time after
the first day of January, 1859.
The officee of the Manhattan Company, in the city of
New Yorg, is designated as the place for the registry and
transfer of said stock, and wii be the place of payment
.of the'inteie'sat thereupon. .
This stock will be s,,ld in Certficates of $1,000 each,
an I buyers will be required to piy the- amount of their
purchases respectively, imindiatel after the sale, when
tra nsfer will be made accordingly.; '
New York, 4th June, 1839. .
By order, T. J. WATERS, Secretary.
je4 3w. ,
I HE Commissioners of theAlmaHow e, will receive
at their Office (park) proposals, for good merchantable
Oak and Fine Wood, t be deleeredat Bellevue. Black.
well's I-land, Long Island Farmia,.nd in this city, as they
may direct. '. jel3 1w
ITUATION WANTED.-A" young lady lately arrive.
ed from England, is desire (f obtaining a situation
ais a Governess in a family to t 'ac music, with the usual
branches of female education and plain and fancy needed
work; would have no objecdons .t;:go South 200 or 300
miles Sptisfactory references will be given. Address
A B, No 45 Fulton at. jel4 St
W AN'I'ED, a private Teacher, at the pleasant: and
Stealthy village of Glet Cove, L I, 30 miles trom
New York, (a steamboat running daily between the two
It will be required of the applicant that'he be competent
to instruct in-the English branches,with a sufficient know-
ledge ot Latin to teacn young pupils. For further particu-
lars, apply to. W W. TOWNSEND,
iel3 lw No l South at.
ANTED -An active, intelligent Lad, of about 16,
to assist in a Diua Store; one.who has some know-
ledgeof the business, and can brlng, satisfactory referen.-
ces, can obtain a situation, by applying at the Bowery
Medicine store, 260 Bowery. JelS
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, a young man in a
W Bookstore that is well acquainted with the book-
selling business. He must come well recommended from
his last employer. Apply at 88 Bowery. jel 1 tf

N OTICE.-The Co- partnership heretofore existing
l under the firms ofSCHERMERHOR N, BANKKER
dissolved on the first day bf March last, in consequence of
the death of Oliver W Willis e All claims against the
above firms will be settled by the surviving paitners.i
New York, June 3, 1839. je3 14t
N OTICE.-The subscribers go the firet day of March
last entered into 'opartnstship, an"< continue the
bueineaseof S h- Chandto and n Iape MsarnfUacrurv", at
243 Wat r street, under the firm of SCHERMERHO KN,
BANKER St CO. and at No 53 Sou'h street, corner of
J 'nes' lane. under the firm of 8CHERMERHORN &
BANKER, where they offer for sale a general assortment
of Cordage and Snip Chandlery om the mcst favorable
terms. J. .1. SCHRIMERHORN,
N(w York, June 3, 1839. je3 .4t

N NEW YORK. 15th June, 1S39.
OTICE.-The connexion existing between the sub-
sbribers, under the firm of WOLFE, BISHOP, & CO., is
dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be con-
under the firm of WOLFE & BISHOP, who are author.
ised to collect all the debts of the late firm, and sign the
name Inliquidation.

je15 2wislw


T an Election for Directors of this Institution, held
on the 11th inst., the following gentlemen were duly elect
ed Directors for the ensuing year: .
Richard McCarty Charles Dusenberry
Jacob Westervelt Daniel B Tallmadge
Farnham Hall Thomas G Talmage
Burr Wakeman Benjamin D Brush
William M Clarke James M Cook
Freeman Campbell AlfredColvill
Samuel Martin.
And at a subsequent meeting of the Board, RICHARD
McCARTY, Esq. was unanimously re elected Presi-
dent. 1 jel4 I w
T HE ANNUAL MEETING.of the Stockhiolders of
choice of Officers, &c, will be held inthe city of New York
on Monday, the first day of July, at 10 o'clock, A M, at
the Secretary s office, No-103 Front st,up stairs.
j-14 eod6t AMOS NOYES.
l3- ThePortland, (Me,; Daily Advertiser will please
pubtish'the above, and send bill and copy of thepaper to
this office.
T June 3, 1839.
T HE BOard of Managers of this'Company have de.
dlared a dividend of three and ahall'per cent. on the Ca
pLal Stock, which will be paid to the stockholders on and
after the 20th inst.
The Transfer Book will be closed from the 34 to the 10th
inst. By order of the Board,
je3 1m J. H. WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
r 0O CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from $3 to $5000 on
k Bond and Mortgage on property worth double the
amount in the heart of one of tne largest neighboring
cities. Address box 1344 upper post Office. mhl8 istf
will commence to discharge under general order, on
Monday, 17th inst. jel5
'O 0TICE.-All persons are cautioned against trusting
the crew of the French bark TIGRE, from Havre,
as no debts of their contracting will be paid by the captain
or consignee. je7 3w
ANTED, to go a short distidnce into the country,
S a LAUNDRESS, who understands her business.
Apply at No 5 WVaerley Place. .my22 tf
D T May 18, 1839.
I fIVIDEND.-The President and Directors have this
'day declared a dividend ot five I er cent on the renewed
capital stock for the last six months ending, 1st 1inatant,
and also a surplus dividend of three percent, payable on
and alter the first day of June next. The Tran-fer Books
will be closed trom '3d instant, until the first day of June.
By order,
my20 1m A. B. McDONALD, Secretary.
SIVIDEND.-The Board of Directors of the HOW.
AnD INSURANCE COMPANy have this day
declared a dividend of Eight per cent. on the new capital,

ST1411 SHIP-
Lieut. RICH*RD BO.
BERTS, R. N Com-
'I his splendid steam
ship, burthen 2016 toils,
aid 500 horse power, Will
sail from London on 29th June,and Portsmouth on let
"Tbe days appointed for her departure from this port for
London, are
1st August, 1set October,
'1st December.
The rate ofpassage is fixed as follows: Saloon, 35 sul-
neas, or $163 83. Lower state rooms, 30.guineas, or $140.
Fore saloon,20 guinaes, or $88.
Children under 14 years, half.price.
For freight, of which this ship. will take A00 tons, or
passage, apply to WADSWORT.H t SMITH.
4 Jones' lane, rear of 103 Front street,
Agents of Br, & Am. Steam Nay. Co.
An experienced Surgeon will be attached to the ship.
Plans of the cabins may be seen at the office of thdion.
sienee jel
Aa WANTED TO CHARTEK-A low deck yes
sel, of 120 to 150 tons burthen, to tako a cargo of
.Htim'ber from Wilmington, NC,.to a port in Massa.
cnusetLS. Apply to
je'7 C. BARSTOW &t POPE. 98 Pine St.
.E FOR HAVRE-Packet otthe 24th of June.-
SThe packet ship LOUIS PHILIPPE, Captain
aa-J. Castoff. will sail on the regular day, as above,
taking the place of the Iowa.
SFor freight or passage, apply to the. captain onboard,
foot Rector street, or to
jel5 22 Broad street.
ilJA fast sailing A I coppered and copper fastened
Ship of 500 tons burthen, will be despatched for
the above port in the course of 30 days. For freight or
passage, apply to
jet3 DAVIS, BROOKS h CO. 21 Broad st.
_#3 FOR LIVERPOOL-Packet of the 7th Ju'y.-
l The packet ship SHAKSPEARE, Alex. Bi ittori,
,J will sail as above her regular day.
For freight or passage, apply oa board foot of Maiden
lane,or to
Sjel3 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Frontst.f
The first rate coppered and copper fastened
ship KOBT. BOWNE, C. Mansfield,, master, will have
immediate despatch for the above ports She has goodL
accommodations for passengers. For whbih, or for the
bulk of2t 00to3000.brls freight, apply to
my23 134 Frontst.
a FOR LONDON-The last sailing coppered A 1
W British brig MAGNET, A. Spark, master, will
have early despatch. For freight or passage, ap-
ply to E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st. je4
MlWRthe 20th June.-The packet ship 'QUEBEC, F.
b. H. Hebard, master, will sail as above her re-
gular ilay.
For freight or passage, apply to the captain on board, at
SPine street wharlf or to
je3 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front at.
l lof 19th June.-The SOUPH AMERICA, Cap.
C.tain W. C. Baistow, will sail aq above, her ieo
gular day.
For'frelght or passage, apply to the Captain, on board,
at the foot of Beekman street, or to
GOODHUE & CO. or 64' South street.
The rate of cabin passage by the Old Li.,e will hereafter
be $140, including wines, &c..and $120 without. jel
A FOR LIVER"OOL-.[New Lime.j--Pacatrt of
25th June.-The packet ship GARRICK, Capt.
A S. Palmer 1000 toos burthen, will sail as above.
Forireight or passage, Li ving 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 st
The packet ship ROSCIUS. Capt. Collins, will succeed
the Garrick, and spil 25th July.
Letters by the packets will be charged 121 cents per in
gie sheet, and 50 cents per ounce. Newspapers I cent
each my25
.L" FOR HAVRE--Tne superior copper fastened
land coppered French bark TIGRE, Captain T
..i Bourdin. will sail on the 25th June for the said
por. The accommodations for passengers are equal to
those of an) vessel or packet. For freight or passage,
apply to P. A. H. REN&ULD,
je7 3w 30 Vine street.
". FOR.QUEBEC-British Vessel.
b The mne first class British barque LORD CAN.
lTERBURY, Tripp, master, will have early des4
patch for the above port. For freight, apply to
Je7 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO., 21 Broad st.
SFOR SALE-The tast sailing, coppered and
,A substantial brig EMMA, 245 tons burthen, as she
now lies at the foot of Pipe street. Apply to
h21 GRINNELL, MINTU RN & CO. 134 Front at.
.E FOR SALE-The ship ILLINOIN, burthen
'* 425 tons, built in this city Cor a New Orleans pack.
,4*i1f et, coppered, copper fastened and sheathed, witi
aI ne'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. 134Frontast.
*[sl Baihng A 1, coppered and copper fastened ship
tDUNCAN, bur'hen 850 toes. Carries 8.000 bbln.
and in per.f.c. ronitu lor a rwo year"' voyage, lying at
the foot of Rector street. Apply to
my3l DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 19 & 21 Broad et
UJ Co. 81 Cedar at., up stairs, near Broadway, have on
hand a large stock of fresh manufactured Clothing,
forming a complete assortment of almost very style usu.
ally required'for the Southern and Western trade, which
they offer'for sale on liberal terms, jell.

SHOUSE WAN t'D-A two story genteel
H house for a small family, ts wanted in a genteel
fUpart of the city- if up town, on-or near an omni-
J. bus line. The rent must be low, but will be paid
promptly, and the best care will be taken of the house.
Those having such a house will state the rent and situation
'directed, 1315 upper postoffice. nmh7 .
way-The highly finished modern three story
fE brick House and Lot, 28 feet front and rear, by
I *r200 feet deep, 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 ie-
cent improvements, and conveniences. A large amount
or the purchase money may remain on bond and mort.
gage for a term of years. "For further particulars, &c,
apply to Mr N. JARVIS, No 153 Mulberry street, or at
the sales room of the subscribers.
WILKINS, ROLLINS & CO. Auctioneeis,
my8.dtf 17 Broad st.
STO LET-The upper part of an elegant two
story dwelling house, a short distance above Ca-
lli nal street, to a small family. One without child.
1 ** ren would be preferred. For further particulars
apply, with unexceptionable references, to
myll tf L. SHERMAN, 142 Fulton st.
a The Mansion of the late Chancellor Sanford,
with the adjacent erou-ds, at Flushine, Long
Island, will shortly be offered for sale. The
house, built of brick and inaible, is not sur-
passed by any private residence .in the country, in
point of extent and convenience, and in the dui ability and
beayit of its structure. It can now be thoroughly exa-
minedby persons disirone to purchase.
The woods adjoining the mansion may be easily'con-
verted into a spacious park. The situation is, in all re.
aspects, eligible, being in a healthy location-within e;eht
miles from the city-the site elevated, and with acom-
manding prospect, and the neighborhood embellished
with delightful country seats, in the highest state o culti.
ovation. ;
As it is presumed that the premises will be examined
by persons desirous to purchase, no farther description of
the property is deemed necessary. my22 tf
KIP E s'I'A''TE,' BROADWAY.-The subscri
AML ber offers for sale, hy private contract, the entire
j3 Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bounded by
Broadway and Mercer street, Washington and
Waverley places; 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
valuaele improvements.
It will be solid in one parcel, or divided into 15 Lots, viz:
7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the whole front from
Washington to Waverley places,) of about 261 by 96 feet
each; 4 Lots on Wa:shington, and 4 do on Waverley place,
of 26 by 92 feet each
In case of a sale in separate lots, a uniform style of im-
provemient.will be required, and stipulations against nui-
sances. The title is indisputable, and the terms wiil be
accommodating. For further particulars, and a view of
the map, apply to
I. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchange,
fe9 Hanover st.
TO BE LET:'-The Cellar under the store oc-
j, cuopied by the subscribers, corner of Water street
IlSl and Borling slip, with two convenient entrances
J--5 from Water street and Burling slip. The cellar
is large and dry.
mh5 if E. ft G. W. BLUNT.

FOR SALE-The neat two story brick House
NKo 18 Bedford street, is incomplete order, having
|1S5 2 been painted and repaired last spring. Possession
.t will be given on the first May next. The greater
part of the purchase money may remain on bond and mort.

J. P. WRiGtt T,
SOffice of the "New-York American,")
SNo. 18 New 'STREET, N. Y.
All Orders executed wit *watness and punctuality,' and
on moderate terms.
Chancery Bills and'oth*drLaw wore carefully printed
No. 82337 Broad ay, New York.
April 29 tf
S. & L. HoL M E S,
No. 44 Maiden Lane,
Dealers in Linens. Sheetincs, Damasks, TowePlings, &c.,
Blankets, Quilts, Flannels, &C.
With a large assortment of Dry G.'od. -
Wholesale and retail dealer in Silk Goods.
IlLaces, Embroideries, Shawls, Rich Muslin4, &c. fs";
No. 231 Broadway,
(Adioliing'the American Hotel,)
iVhere will be found the newest and most] fashionable
Goods in his branch of business. Ly 29 is
A. BARMORE & CO. 522 Greenwich street.
Has on hand a large supply of thit superior article, and
will supply
in any quantities, and at the shortest notice.
N. B.-A ll.orders for the above Ice, will be received at
T DOWNING'S, 5 Broad street, where the article can be
seen. my6 6m
A CARD.-MRS. EDWARDS (formerly Miss M.
Oram) informs he& friends and the public generally, that
she has opened a Boarding and Day School, at No. 1 Al.
bany street, corner of Greenvich street, and is now ready
to receive pupils..
The course of instruction will include all the branches
of the French and English languages necessary for a fe.
male education, and 'for which, the best masters will be
References-Mrs. J. Waddinkton, Mrs. Dr. Van Rens-
selaer. Rev. Dr. Milnor, Rev. Dr. Wainwright, Rev. Dr.
Whittingham. -
Terms made known on application to the school.
myl 2m is lIios
will be received by the subscriber until the tenth day
of July next, at the Office of the New York and EQe
Railroad Company, in Goshen, Orange County, New
York, for the gaduation and masonry of eleven miles
of their Railroad, in the County of Rockl'nd, extend-
ing from that portion of the line which is now under contract
to the west line of the County; and likewise for the gra-
duation and masonry of between twenty and thirty miles
in the County of Orange, extending westwardlyv from the
line of Rockland County. .
'1 he line passes through the Ramapo Valley, by Rama.
po works Sloatsburp and Monroe orks, and through
Monroe, Chester and Goshen, to Sauth Middleton.
Plans, profiles, &c. will be ready f6r examination after
the first of July next, at the offices in Tappan and Go.
shen, for the portions of the line In the respective Coun.
Security will be required for the performance of Con.
tracts. Persons who are unknown to the Subscriber, or
to the Engineers, will .be expected to fdrnish satisfactory
testimonials. No transfer of Contracts will be recognized.
Individuals proposingfor more work than they wish to
contract for, must specify the quantity they wish totake.
The undersigned reserves the lieht of reject.ne all
propositions which appear incompatible N ith the interests
of the Company.
For further particulars apply to H. C. Seymour, resi-
'lent Engineer, Tappan, Rockland County, N. Y., and A.
C. Morton, resident Engineer, Goshen, Orange County,
je4 tlOjy Commissioner for Orange and Rockland Co.
R OOMS-furnished or un urnished, can be obtained at
S1.19 Cedar street, west of Broadway-with breakfast
and tea, if desired. Terms moderate. Applyas above.
HOUSE L 0 LET in the 3d Avenue, between
IL 19th and 20th streets. To a respectable family it
IUi will be rented low. Apply to
my23 SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway.,'
TO LET -An office in the upper part of store
No 20 Broad street.
J! Inquire on the premises.

The subscriber Intending to go abroad, offers
for 'sale, his residence near the Beach with the
||li grounds around the Mansion House and out ofm-
A!.ainces, in all from 4 to 6 acres, and more if required.
'1 he grouris are highly improved with shrubberies, and
the lawrs is scattered with trees of a proper growth to
render tie whole, beautifully ornamental.
SThe house has rooms sufficient to accommodate a large
family. This place has no superior, if an equal in New.
port for locality, and the good taste displayed in laying
out the grounde,the whole having been under the exclusive
di.r-rection of a first rare English gardener. For part.
culars apply to J. M. Bixby, Esq, Attorney at ILaw.
New York, or to the proprietor. -
Ifl FOR SALE.-Aplace of thirty acres, beaut'.
.fully situated hear New York-, bounded eighty
rods by the Boston Post' roaJ, and extending the same ,
distance along the Sound, to which it gently slopes.
It is under a high state of cultivation, and is susceptible of
being divided into 3 or 5 sites for country residencaa-pos-
seasing aay advantage for- -health and pleaxira b6o16fi.-
Ing to the many elegant country seats in the viCinity.
Those wishing to purchase all, or a part, will obtain par.
ticular Information of the/improvements upon it, byp
plying at the office of the, New York American, 74 Cedar "
street, or at W. W. tCHES'I'ER'S, Broadway, cornet
Dey street, New York City. mhl2 eodtf
R SQUARE-An elegant House, with the Furni
iS~IE ture and the Lot, on Washington Fquaie. There
S-is a stable in the rear. The House will be sold
without the Furniture, if required. -Apply to
JAMES BLEECKER & CO. 30 Broad street,
jell 1w (42) corner of Exchange Place.
The Three story Brick Hou e and Lot, Nn. 47
Hudson street, fronting on the rear on Staple
street. The house is pleasantly situated, and
would accommodate a genteel- family. Also, the two
three story Brick Houses, No. 6W and 70 Sixth Avenue.
Also, a Lot fronting Broadway, next to the corner of
Thirteenth street, 26 feet front, in rear 55 feet, and in depth
113S feet.
To Let-the-three story brick House and Store, front-.
ing on 3il Avenue, near 25th street. Also, the three story
brick House, fronting on 25th street, near the 3d Avenue.
Also, a large brick Stab.e in 25th street, suitable for a
Sales Stable or a line of stages. "
App y to P. A..HEGEMAN,
jll w 53 Sixth avenue.
A FARM FOR SALE.-T'he Farm on which
H the subscriber now resides, in Columbia County,
Ii about one mile from the river, and one mile and a
JL.Ulinhalf from Oakhlll landing, opposite Catskill-
contains 100 acres of the bestof aoil, mostly loam. The
dwelling is large and convenient, containing 10 rooms in
the main building, with two wings and piazzas, front and
rear. The buildings are in excellent order : large barr,,
farm house, coach house, arnd ice house, well filled-
There is aiso a large number of fine springs and a fish-
pond. Also, a stone quarry that works out without blast.
ing. Fences in good order-garden well stockedjwith I i uit
of the test kind-grapes are in great abundance-and oth-
er advantages seldom to be miet wih. There is about 20
acres ofvaluable wood on the farm.
Terms-Two thirds of the purchase money may remain
on bond and mortgage.
For further particulars apply to the subscriber on the
TO RENT-The commodious Lofts and
SCounting-Rooms of the fire proof brick store, No
II 35 Nassau street, between Liberty and Cedar
^ streets. Apply to
jel2 tf C. H. RUSSELL & CO 33 Pine st.
FOR SALE. Real Estateat HarJem-consisting
of 54 lots of land, situated on the 7th and
I 8th Avenues, between 117th and 119th streets.'
There-is by computation 70,000 loads of soil up.
on them, near which they are now levelling. These lots
will be sold as they now are, with the buildings upon them.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS, & CO. 21l Broad st.
SFOR SALE-11 Lots- of Land, situated on
Lewis and Goerick streets, between Rivington and
S Stanton streets, six on Lewis and five on Goerick;
On Lewis street is a large wooden building, for.
merly occupied by 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
iel2 tf DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broadeat,
fI1O LET-Thelarge Basement Roomkt presenlaivid.
A L into two apartments, under the Bank of the Del
Awar;Wnd Hudson Canal Co. atthe corner of William and
Pine streets. Also. a Room on the floor ofthe same build
ng Inquire at tlhe Bank. f16 tf
STO LET-A modern built three story Hous
Son the north side of Tenthstreet, near 2d Avenue,
S Stuyvesant Place. The House has grates and
marble mantel pieces throughout,mahogany doors,
,Ander cellar, &s. It is one ofarow of 10 or 12 houses of
uniform front. Rent moderate.
Also, the dwelling part of a good house on the North side
(f Canal street, between Varick and Hudson street.
Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, at No.171 Canal st.,
before 10 A.M., andafter o'clock P.M. mylo tf


GEORBA0 B. ROLLINS. Auctioneer.
(Sales-Room No. 17 Broad street).
W.. A. & Co. have made arrangements in addition
to their sales of Real Estate, at Diblic and private sale, to
attend to sales of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, cagcrgos
of Mahogarya, Groceries &c. andto tiansact a general
Auction and Commissinn business. ." -
W.R-. & Co. have opsoened a REGISTER forlhe dispon
sition of property at PRIVATE SALE.
At 12 o'clock,.at their sales room, t7 Broad street
Chancery Sale.-Under the direction of Daniel Uman,
Esq., master in chancery, all that certain -lot, piece or
parcelrof ground, si!uate on the southerly corner of Hud-
son and Dominick street's. ;.being 21 feet front and 70 feet
deep. -.
At 12 o'clock, attheir sales room, 17 Broad street.
I IChancery Sale--Uider the direction of Frederink De.
peysier, Esq,. Master in Chancery-The 3 story brick
houseand lot,. No 144 Fulton street, a few doors eaMt
Broadway. .
WEDNESDAY, June 19.;
At 12 o'clock, at the Hetel ofHenry Van Cott, in the Vil.
lage ofJamaica, L I.
1 A piece of ground, about 3J acres, situate at the inter-
section of the JamaicaTurnpike and Van Wyck'sRoad,
In tne immediate vicinity of-the junction of the Williams-
burg and Jamaica turnpikes and the Newton road;
THURSDAY, June. 20.
Furniture-At T10 o'clock at No 148 Greenwich street, a
handsome assortment of household Furniture, consisting
of the usual assortment recently made to order.
Also, at private sale, three years unexpired lease.of the
S .At 12 o'clock, at their sales room.
Chancery Sale-Under the direction of Thomas Ad.
dis Emmer, Eaq: Two lots of ground situate be ween the
2d and 3d aver.ues, on the south side of 6.I street, distin-
guished on amap showing a division 0of a part of the real
estate of the late N W Stuyvesant, in the 17th ward, as
Nos 62 and 33.
MONDAY, July 15, .
ChancerySale-At 12 o'clock at their sales room, 17
Broad street, under the direction o0' Daniel U llman, Vsq.,
Master inChancery, all that ceraln lot, piece. or parcel ofr
ground, with the building thereon erected, situate, lying
and being in the present 15th Ward of the City of New
York, known as No. 41 Bond street.
Asoo;-Al that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground with
the buidingthereon erected, situate.- lying, and being in
the present 15th Ward of the City of New York, known as
No..39 Bonn street. .
Also-All that certain lot, piece, or parcel of ground with "
the building therein erected, situate, lying and being in
the presedht.l6th Ward of the City of New York, known
as No. 37 Bond street. .
L. M. HOFFMAN, Auctlontr
S Store corner of Wall aird Frontstt
L. M' Hoffman & Co.,'will give their attention to-Furls
Sure Sales 0
A .t 11 o'clock, In frontlor the auction store.
PaleAle-20 caska London pal iale
Claret-100 boxes Bordeaux claret'
Sherry Wine-30 qr casks Duff Gordon pale and brown
sherry wine, importee in 1637.
Ral!insD-600 boxes cluster and muscatel raisins
Olive, Oil-876 jars Spanish olive oil, ent to deb
Soap--44 cases castle oap
C laret-S50 cases superiorSt Juien claret, sup quality
WEDNESDAY, June 19..
At 10 o'clock, at tne Phenix sa:es room.
Fresh Teas The cargo of ship Asia, -Cole,'lmaster,'con.
slating of' Hyson, Yong Hyqon, Gunpowder. Imperial
and Souchong, In the usual variety of packages. Catalo.
goes one day previous to sale .
At 1I o'clock In front of their auction room, -
Brimstona-loo-100 blq roll brimstone :
SATURDAY, June 22. .
Mill Stones-At 12 o'clock In the yard corner of Rector
and Washington sts, 169 mill stones, assorted, 23 to 26
Inches diameter, ground stones 3 to 7 inches thick runner
6al4 Inches thick. .. ce t
LOST--About the 27th May, from the foot of Pike street
ER, 3 logs of mahogany, of the following marks and
numbers.: ... .
AKA lot 50, green paint, No of log 77, con'g 12 feet,.
S 49,. do do 59, 39 ft 10 in.
S49, do., do .- 60, 27 tt 10 in.-
Any information respecting the same will be thankfully
rewarded by Messrs L M H9FFMAN & CO. .
WALDEN PELL Auctioneer.
B, D. C, W. PELL.
D C & W Pell will give particular. attention to tales 6f
household furniture.
SAt J of 11 o'clock In front of their store. -
60 baleswsuperior fresh Brazil Nuts "
60 bags Java Coffee, sllbhtly damaged. Terms, cash.
Corks- 3 bale (30,000 each) corks, at 4 months
Claret-1000 bdxes and 160 hds Bordeaux, lai.ding
Madleira Wines-At 12 o'clock, at pier 8 E .. -lbot of
Broad st, on board the-orig Gov Robbias, justarrived from
Madeira, the cargo of .the above vessel, imp' rted by
Messrs Scheriperhorn &'March, consisting of 327 packa-
ges Madeira wine, among which- will be found superior
wines. Terms- 4 and 6 mos. .
SMatamuilla M&aho gan) and Cedar-At 8 o'clock, at th6
fooet of Market st,' BR, the cargo of the brig Neapolitoa, -
consisting of Mnansanilla mahogany and cedar. Tervos,
4 mos.overt100, approved endorsed notes. "
"WEDNESDAY, June 19.
SAt of 11 o'clock in front of the auction roonr,
Raisins-6:M0boxes bunch muscatel raisins
Sale the sto'seof Mssrs Hogan &Milln, No 94 Beekman at,
50 hhdx -qgr Askp and o0|IirSlaD bis spperior old Palo
S 'erry win, wihr ltug brands; 20 pipes 60 hhds and 100 qr
casket nne msetap.prdres Odessa and Mexico; 10 pipes
80 hhid and 40 qr casks ohJ Loidon Port; 300 baskets first
quality Champagne; 200 cases superior Margaux, Med0c
and St Ju^l n'Claretjlat arrived per Junius and Havana
50' halt pipes Bordeaux aOnd Rochelle Brandy, various
brand s; 10 punch old Irish Whiskey. The above are all
entitled to debenture, being direct fmportatlons. .
FRIDAY, 21st instant,
Champaign, tc--At a of 11 o'clock within their store,
1700 baskets champaign wines,'various brands, alOboxes
claret, 620.boses olives, cklea, anchovies, fc; 56,0)00 Ha-
vaa TUESDAY, June 25th.
At half pat 11 o'clock, at tlhe Lage.Room of the City
MoteL .
Sale of Bottled Wine, part of the stock of Mr. John
tiadaby, of Washington City, D. C.- 10.000 bottles of
choice Wine, selected by. Mr. Gadahy, with great caie in
the course o the last thirty years-among which will be
found, Madeira, imported in 1807 to order for Mr. Jeffer.
son, Madeira, from the well known house of Newton,
Gordon, Murdo-k & cO., imported by Messrs. McDonald
& Didgtey~ln 1803. Also, a very choice parcel imported
into Georgetown in 1706, bottletfin 1808, Also, imported.
by Messrs. Howard, March & Co., in the various years
from 1815 to 1825. Also, Blackburn, imported fion, 1814

to iXI2, has been twice to India.- AsIo, some extra, im.
ported from Messrs Shafer f& Young, in 1812. Also,
"Waeer," Madeira Wine, selected without regardto
cost, imported about 28 years since.
a Sherries," Pomar," Pale Sherry," Lobo."
Pomar, Brown Sherry, "Lobo," imported by Mr. Po.
mar, the Spanish Consul at Norfolk.
Also-East India Brown Sherry, imported by Messrs.
McDonald & Ridgley, of Norfolk. .
All the above Wines were laid in by Mr. Gadsby, with.
out regard to expense, and selected for him by competent
Some of these Wiqg have been in Mr.-Gadsby's pos,
session upwards af24 years. Their character is too .well
known to require farther particulars.
WThe above consists entirety of Mr Gadsaby's sicck, and
no other wine will be admitted at this sale
Terms liberal. Catalogues will be forwarded If desired.
The Globe, The National Intelligencer, The United
States (Fhila.) Gazette, The Baldimore Patriot, 'The Rich-
mond Whig, The-Boston Courier, and The Albany Daily
Adverti er, will please insert three times a week till sale,
and send papers stating th3 charge, to D. C. & W. PELL
for payment, forthwith.
At 8 o'elock, at Bickntlls' wharf, Brooklyn.
Mansanirla Mahogany and Cedar-The cargo of Man.-
sanilla Mahogany and Cedar per brig Glide, part large
size. Tsaie, 4 months for all sums over $100 aoproves
endorsed notes. Catalogues will be ready on the morning
of sale.
T A Store, 196 'Broadway.g
and 21st.
At 4 o'clock, P. M. each day.
Private Library of Old English and Foreign Books-
Embracing an extensive collection of valuable works in
Theology, History, Classes, Fine Arts, Languages, &c,
many of them extremely curious on account of their age
and variety. .
Among themrn are, D'Agincourt's Stories of Arts, folio,
3-25 pla es; Gill's Topography of Troy and Ithaca, fo-
lio, 41 beautiful colored plates Fox's Book of Martyrs,
3 vols, fojio, plates, the only complete edition ; Bunyan's
entire works, 2 vols folio' Forcellini's Lexicon, 4 vole
folio, calf; Glossarium Novum ad Scriptores, 10 volt
folio,; Leoni's Architecture of Palladio, folio; Gordon's
Tacitus, 2 vols folio ;. Middleton-'s Cicero, 2 vols 4to; Ho-
garth's Works, morocco; Parltinson's Organic Remains,
2 vol 4to, colored plates ; Histories of Evgland, by Ra.
pie, Tindal, Mortimer, Kennot, Macauly, Echard, Old-
mixon, Henry, Andrews, Smollett, llume andl oth-,s ;
Peorusl and Pilonvene's account of the medals In the Far-
nase Museum, 10 vols filio ; Ar acharseis' Travels, 6 vola
Svo ; Tooke's Diversions of Purley, 2 vols, 4to ; Smea-
ton's Eddystone Light House; Wood's Topography,
3 vols, 8vo plates ; Clarendon's Rebellion, 3 vols folio;
Bayle's Dictionary, 4 vols folio &c. &c.
Also, a large collection of books in foreign languages,
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mencement of the French Revolution In 1789 to the
restoration of the Bourbons in 1815. By &rchibald Alson,
F R S E. Advocate, vol. 7.
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SF IYPE 'OUNDOKY -Corner oj Jobh and Gold streets
it -The %abscribW begs leave.to itobrm the Printeis
hat he has purchased the e0esives establishment former
y oelonging to PELL At ROT # Iand v saving, -fur
ai hed entirely new mould, and engaged workmen of t4h
first talent in thediferent departneatfr_.i. now-prepared
to execute orders with neatness and despltch.
His variety and style ot Type Io inferior to none in this
country In addition to these advantage, he further begs
leave to state, that th- metal used ito he manufacture of
his Type is different from that used in any other Woundry i
and he will warrant thatit isfarmore durable and lighted
ban that in generate use. i
In addition to t b ,i manufacturing orf Type, he has made
arrangements to ply the-trade with all materials nece-j
sa&j for printingofices.
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New Yor5, August 24th, 18385.
SUPON PS GOIN'POWVUa.,-rauperiorpornngauu
l other kinds, for sale by the sibrib rIer. ,Also, Eagle
Gunpowder. In cannilsters florSporting. -upon/ Eagle,
Powder is warranted cleaner, quicker ad strongeor ttan
Any other Sporting Powder, heretofore imported he dif-
ferent kinds pf Eagle- Powder ae all of t o ame quality,
being manufactured by tho *s proCes.a.ad( materials
of equal purity ; they diffr only i shaixoft*gain.
Supernne Sporting PoWeIr i', ma of two sizes, the
largest grain being deigaMted b a red la r L, with stars. ;
Also, Gunpowder in kegs,-warraltdof thbOarstamqu lilty
Q4 the following kinds: .
F FF and FIT glazed, F"r" and Frr ogib
SCannon, or -Lkat,otr Priming, o_, : -., r
OP MP rP r. --
1hese three last kinds are alled Kavy, I oder being
of tne quality manufacturedler the U it d states Navy.-
Taey answer the best fqr blowing O kp, o. accwutto
then very great strengtj.- C_. -.-_ .. tr
CABtt'k f CUd* nestreet.
r.-No Powder li warranted geaulin, but such as Is
purchased from our agents, or those whpsr.koa*wn tobe
suppiiedbythe I-E -1 ;,
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G& iE .CE. :
SPLENDIDLY and copiously Illustrated work-in
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Pictorinl,'- Descriptive, and HistoricaL' By ChrstopLier
Wordsworth, D D, late Fellow ofTrinty College and Pub-
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Harrow, School; Membeo of tbeiArchmloglcal Institute of
Rome; and author of 'A Journal a fteasidence in Athens
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Dr Wordsworth has wall blended the ancient awit mn.
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street, and office 84 Wait street. ..-.- -
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H E YOUNcd LADYS HOAZI by Mrs LouisaiC.
l Tuthill, 1 volume, 12mIo, ,. .-,
Just published, and for sale rby
jet ISRAEL 6OST, 58 Bowery.
_j t APPIET )N t CU. 00 Broadway, have just
L. published- ..:-'
Sermons to a Country Congre atlon, by Augustus Winm.
Hare, AM. late-Fellowot -New College and Rector of
tton Barnest, from the third LondIonedtlion. I vNl, Svo'
The Life, Times, and Characteristidcs of John BenyaAi
author ofthe Pilgrim's Progress, by Robert Pttllit, an hor
of the Life and Times of whitteldi Ezperimentkl Guides'
ac, 1 vol, I2mo, portrait and'plate. ,- '... I
Memoirs of the Rev Samuel ;MunMon, and the Rev.
Henry Lyman, late Mlissinaiwetto the Indian Archipela-
go, with the Journal of their exploring tour, by the Rev.
William Thompson. 1 vol.-42umd. p*"
"We are more than conquierors.;" j e6
Nb idA)IN'S LVI'rEHA:l RM IaiC gC CES. .- Jist
rec-lved, Renminisdaehcb 0of ,4lit.wy ifi, witli
Anecdotek of Books and BcColAectors. 6By the Rev.
Thomas F. Dibdin, D D. 3vis. $vo, 4and Index sepa-
rate, numerous plates. Tor saae by a. ,y
je7 D'. APPLETO ,. 2Broadray.

I 'OPYING PRlESSIES-The'submscrnlrs have just re.
Sceived per Philadelphta, from Lonrdon-R-etchldls

Ship MISSISSIPPI, Beebe, master, to sail 9th March.
LOUISVILLE, Allen, 16th
SSARATOGA, Hathaway; 23d "
HUNTSVILLE,Eldridge," t 30th '"
New ship 6th April.
New ship 13rh
New ship 20th "
Ship YAZOOTrask, t 27h '
8HAKSPE&RE, Cornell," 4th May.
The above ships are all oftchefirstclass. coppered and
copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and built in this
city expressly for Ithe trade, with elege nt accommodations
for passengers, and commanded by able and experienced
masters. The price of passage from New York to New
Orleans s fixed at $80, anid from New Orleans to New
York at $90, without liquors. They will at all times be
towed up and down the Mississippi bysteamboats and the
strictest punctuality observed in their time of sailing.
Neithertheownersor captains of these ships will oe re-
sponsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or
plated ware, or for any letters, parccel orpackage sent by
or put on boardofthem, unless regular billsof lading are
taken for the same, and the value therein expressed. Al I
goods sent to thesubscriber, will be forwarded free ol com-
mission. For freight or passage, apply to
E. K. COLLINS It CO. 56 South st.
No "ools received after Friday evening mh9
-Ont a nd after May 9th, the Steam-
O SW _Jboat PASSAIC will make three
ttirips a day from New York to New-
ark, and leave a 6t iiuwa:
New York, Newaik.
Foot of Barclay st. Centre Wharf.
8j o'clock, AM i 6 o'clock, A M
12{ PM 10 "
5t "| 3 "
On Sunday the P tSAIC will leave-
10 o'clock, A M [ 7 o'clock, A M
5 P M 3 P M
Fare 181 cents. May 7
JL The steamboats HOBOKEN and
WllyPIONEER will ply constantly be-
.j ,Em itweep Barclay street and Hoboken.
The NEWARK wilt Heave Canai s, ce: at the commence-
ment of eachhour and half hour, and Hoboken every in-
termediatequarterdurins the day. mylo

Af^^flJ^ BJ^ft~ t^M'&k ^ An--
^ ^ lowa-

Daily, Suntdays' excepted,) at 7 o'clock, A".. ,
from pier No. 2. North River.
ByIsteamboat INDEPENDENCE to South Amboy,
from thence to Bordentown, via Railroad. and from
thence in steamboat, and arrive in* Philadelphia I at 2
o'clock, P.M.
Fare Inths above line, $3. Forward Deck I assengert
to Philadelphia, $2 26.
o'clock boat, via Railroad to Hightstown, from thencet o
Freehold by stages. Fare to Freehold,$150.:
TRENTON LINE-By the 7 o'clock boat. Fare to
Trenton, $2. Forward deck, passengers to Trenton,
$1 50.1
,Fareto Porthand South Amboy ,50cents.
.- IRA BLISS,Agent.
Breakfast and Dinner on board-Breakfast, 50cen..,;
Dinner, 50 cents.
All Baeeae atiherita o it,wner. mhl8
VkaNewark, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton.
Through in Six Hours.
Leave New-York, froIn the foot of Liberty street, daily.

Morning Line, ai o'clock, A. M.j
Afternoon Line, at 4f o'clock,, P. M.
Fare through in both lines, $4.
Fare to Trenton, $2 50; to Pilnceton, $2.
passengers Will procure their ticKets at the Office, foot
of Liberty street, where a commodious Steamboat will be
int readiness to convey them to Jersey City, with baggage
crates -n ,oad '
Philadelphia baggage goes through without being open-
ed by the way.
Returning, thie Lines will leave Philadelphia at j81
o'clock A M, and 5 P M. my27
Newark. ElIzabethtowt, Rahway, and New Brunswick.

Leave New Yora (at the foot of Liberty st.)
At 9 o'clock, A. M. daily.
t41 P. M. do.
6 P. M. do.
Leave New Brunswick.
At 7j o'clock, A. M do.
ti noon do.
9 P. M. do. t
On Sunday, the 6 P. M. trip from New York,[and 71
A.M. trip from New Brunswick, are omitted.
Fare between New York and Elizabethtown, 37j
cents; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick,75 cents
I (Foot of Courtlandt st., New York)
Leave New 'ork Leave Newark
Ait8 o'clock, A. M. 5 5 "
'9 7"
11 9
2 P. M 10i o
4 1 P. M.
6 "' ) 3t c"
8 '* 5 "
On Sunday, leave New York, Coot of Liberty ft, 9 A M,
and 4j P M; leave Newark 1 P M, and 10 P NM.
ight ALLins, (Sundays excepted.)
LetveNew York at 12 o'clock P. M ; and leave New-
ark at 10 'clock P. M-.
. Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 37j 6ents.
Passengers whoprocure their tickets at the Ticket:Of-
Ices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides preventing
confusion and delay after crossing the river.
%Is Tickets are received by the Conductors only.on the
-day when purchased.
tlhe Town Tracks in the City of Newark havebeen un
derlet,and passengers will be carriedco andfrom the De-
pottomeea,the arrival and departure of thetrainsfor 6f
centseach. my27

CHAINa, &c. &c.-The subscribers receive or-
dets for every description of railroad bars, spikes, spli.
cing plates, chains for inclined planes, stay and short
links of improved patent iron, Locomotive engines, &c.
&c., at manufuctureers' prices. A distinguished Engineer
resides in England, tor the purpose of inspecting all rail.
way iron and machinery ordered through us
DAVIS, BROOKS & CO ,21 Broad at., New York.
+ On hand for sale.
500 tons 2j inch by inch rails, 15 feet each.
6odo 2 do do 15 do.
with spikes and splicing plates adapted thereto.fO3rdera
for all deopscriptions of spikes, executedjat the shortest no.
tise ap27 tf
SORDEAUX WINES, from Barton It Guestier.
It Table Claret-Vin Ordinaire, in hhds
St.Julien-Vintage 1827, in cases. 1 do7.' each
aBtailley-Do. 1827, do do,
Chateau Beychville-do 1827, doldo
IScoville-Do. 1827, do do
&Latour-Do. 1827, do do
Lafitte-Do, 1827, do do
S Haut Brion-Do. 1827, do do
Latour-Do. 1831, do do
Lafitte-Do. 1831, do do.
These Wines are received direct from the old andli re'
spctable house ot Barton & Guestler, ofE, rdeaux, are ot

riic-"--u" ~L~il~E"-~~_,,. j~.. ~"'- -;c~pp""-r"" "'~"'"~r

ShipSHAKSPEARE, Nov 7 Aug 26
ShipSHKSERE Mar 7 Dec 25
Edward Cornell- July7 Apr 26
These ships are all ot the first class, ab y commanded,
with elegant accommodations for passengers. The price
of passage from New York to Liverpool is fixed at $i40 ;
and from Liverpool to New York'at 35 guineas, including
wines, stores and bedding.
Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible for
any letters, parcels, or packages, unless regular bills of
lading are signed therefore. Apply to
Agents, 134 Front st or
sel8 WILDES, PICKERSGILL & O., Literpool
fo sail oathe 1st, 10th and'0th of t;erymonth.
t L&t&TR T L" ttt

Fueb j00 QUEBE s i.Hea / J~ur'7j1K
This Line of packets, will hereafter b composed o
the following shipo, wnich willsucceeder 3 otherin the
ordei in whichtbs-y are named, sailing pinctually from
New York and Portsmouth on the 1st, 0lh and 20th, and
from London on the7tl. 17th and 27tb of each month
as follows:
Prom New York. Frm Lond. .Ports.
Jan. 1I iFeb.17 Feb.20
May 1 ST.JAMES, pr Sebora...... Jul7 June20
Sept. 1) (Oct 17 Oct. 20
Jan. 20) Mar.7 Mar.10
May 20 GLADIATOR, Tbae BrIttoeJuly 7July10
Sept.20)1 ONov.7 Nov.10
Feb. 10) Mar.27 Apr. I
June10 QUEBEC F H. Hebard. ,July27 Aug.I
Oct. 10)r r Nov.27 Dec 1
Feb. 20 s Apr. 7 Ainr 10
June2Q0 WELLINGTON,!D Chadwic l rAug. 7 Aug.10
Oct. 20p Dec. 7 Dc -.10
Mar.10 Apr.27p May 1
July 1O SAMSON,, Russell Sturges oIAug.27 Sept. 1
Nov.10. kDec.27 Jan I
Apr. ) May 17 May 20
Aug .1 ONTARIO, Henry Huttleson/ Sept.17 Sept.20
Dec. 1) Jan.. 17 Ja. 20
These sahipsare allofthe first class, about OO4tons oui
ken, and are commanded by able and experienced navi
gators. Greatcare willbe takenthatthe beds, stores, &.
are of the best description. The price of Cabin passage
snow fixed-at $140, outward, for each adult, which )n
tludes wines and liquors. Neither the captains nor the
*wnersofthese pac."ts will be responsible for anyle*
L4'X, parcels, or paciiagee ent by them, unlescregular
d11l1 of Lading are signed tharefor. Apply to
selO 134 Front st.. N.Y

tTo sail frona New York on the 8th, 16th, and 24th, and
from HavrIe 1st, Sth, and 16th ofevery month.
From Now. York. From Ravre.

4 ----- ~,.;-- :~S~Y'~~now~P

LE WLAJNSD k ASPINWALL offel torsale at No
Sand 65 South street
Pugar-200 boxes A Boston Refined Loaf Sugar, 100 bbls,
crushed do do do ;8*do Puerto Rico do
W '-- -A full assortment of pale and brown Sherry ; also,
ald Madeira, in butts, hhds and qr. casks; 100 qr
casks San Lucar ; 100 Indian his do; 4 pipes prime
old Fort Wine ; 50 Indian bls sweet Malaga ; 100 do
do M ascat; 190 qr casks Calabria Port.
Dye Wood-800 tons bright Lima Wood ; 400 do do.Cam-
peachy Logwood.
Hemp-160 bales Sisal Hemp.
Sponges--50 bales Smyrna Sponges.
Straw-4 cases Cut Straw.
Cassia-150 cases Cassia, inhal fpicul cases.
Wool-100 bales assorted Barbary ; 100 do do Grecian'
80 do do Bengaza.
Tobacco-169 bales prime Cuba Leaf Tobacco.
Pimento-100 bags Pimento.
Cordage-90 coils assorted Bolt Rope.l
Matting-15o pieces 4-4 and 6-4 Ca.on Matting
Marahcbino-40 cases, I dozen bottles each
Fur Seal Skinr--3000 sorted Clapmatches and Bulls,
Fruit-1000 boxes fresh Messina Lemons
Rags-40 bales Messina Raes.
Pig Iron-100 tons No. I American Pig Iron: 50 do INo.'2
do 4o do ; 100 do No.1 British do do.
Tin Plate--10Ocases aWored Tin Plates.
Fenezio Sewing bllk-A small invoice just lecelved, redl
S blue and black letter Sewing Silk.
Stone Blue-2 cases Stone Blue.
Copper-17 pigs MexiCan Copper. ;el4
Sf.AVIS, BROOKS ik CO., 19 and 21 Broad st. offer
Y for sale, on favorite terms-
IRON-300 tons EngliCh Bar Iron, assorted, flat, round
200 tons Swedei Iron, common and extra sizes
160 do old andmew Sable Iron
1500 bundles English Sheetlron. assorted, Nov. 12
to 27,
1200 packs I t quality, Russia Sheet Iron
65( tons Railroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pig Iroi, of approved stamps
50 do Boiler Pjate, English and American
TIN PLATES--000 boixe Tin Plates, -most approved
brands, ,J 2and extra sizes
1000 ingots Banca Tin
CHAIN CABLES-50tons of Griffith & Lewis' proved
patent ChaliCables,assorted, inch to l\ Inch,
with full supplies of apparatus
BRASS KETTLES-a0 casks, assorted, from 1 to )6 o
best German make
NAILS-1000 casks assorted, Wareham manufacture.
HEMP-100 tons clean Russia Hemp; also, 60 tons East
IndiaJuteRem I
CORDAGE-1000 coil stand 2d quality Russia Cordage
Assorted, i to 6 inch-entitled to deuenture.
DUCK, &c.-1800 ps. eight and heavy Ravens-200 ps.
Russia Sheetings.
BAGGING-60 rolls; also. 500 coils bale Rope."


The proprietors of the several Lines of Packets 'e-
tween New York and Liverpool, have arranged fortheir
sailingfrom each port on the 1st, 7tb, 13th, 19th and t6th
ol every month ; the ships tosucceed each other in the foi.
Iwingoider, viz.


a 0-. ,
o o .0oS3


00 0 o i'a-!
4 a *z = 5 q.

t to --,,t to -, ,- -. t-" t-
in to -- -4 -- to

0 a ..aa -- a
.- to .-- to to t
I~, .44

4 0 i 'H e s c

pr a a aassa o w a to aerol s fe

at a140 an .rom Leroo to New Yrk t3 ,ie
nd win-es stors ta -b eit tO he ap.
tameor -u ownr wi ol beI resonsl- e for any etter, p
n -i 0 4
14A C." 4H 0^ ^ fO.^ 4I*-

iTels ships p a e s, uncefst classiad af yni ngc i ar

signeldin winesesoresadbdigNirecp
> f-4g> J.

ewtainslor goners will beresponsibeforpassnygders. par-
Agents for ship s Oxford, N orth Am eric-, Europe, Cos

lumbus, South America, England, Orpheus, and Cam-

GOODHUE & CO. or 64 South t,N. York.
Agents for ships Westchester, Virginian, Sheffield, and
United States,
ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South at, New York.
T. & I. SANDS & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ships Shaksrearejrdependence, Roscoe
and Geo. Washington,
S134 Front at, New York.
Agents for ships Roscius, Siddons, Sheridan, and
E. K. COLLINS & CO 56 Routh st N. York.,
jec3 WM. &S JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool. i


despatched in the following order, excepting that when the
sailing day falls or. Sunday, the ship will sail on the suc-
ceedin g dayv, viz
Prom or. ork. From Liverpool.
Jul 19 "ept. 7
,Nov19s, The ORP HEUS- 75tonA-D.G. oBailey an. 7
..Ob.19 & CO. o;Br ?Rstow h s .NpYork

ANIr., LIvMay7l.
Aug. I I(Sept.19
Dec. fo The N CAMBRIDGE- tons- Ira, Jan. 19
A Rpril I BI 7sley. May 19
Aug. I19 Oct. 7
he 19 f The OXFORD-a 800 teions-J.Ratcbonen Feb. 7
April19) June 7
Sept. 1,'h OT kRC-1 (Oct. 19
Jan. Io %The nOtH eeriC nsFeb. 19
E S, e nW. Er8I. Ho iie. O wiJe9p
_- gents+ fo ship thcius.--_fadonnd Shenridanm an
withOLIN &h prpre.r of tout otes~~s t $ .York.cudn

eTher tie oaces or Uerpo willAMRC-e beo 7

Je19sibte fo W.llow Carderw, Au.cker 7 sen ty
Naon. 1 The EflA-l Snay, s-iBn theeo G.
ceedinut stv, viz

July 19 We eup. 7

TOhe 1e The OLBRIEUS- a ofthoneS-Gras, handed.
me oaIrater and e eri an hed witMa

sore te std Nev ork. romLiverCooperyi
Jun I July 19thn ofwsad oveasn.
The r TheSOfa s H oA t R IsG E- 15 to ns- -'a De 7
opAug. Oct. 7
wih 1The pOpretO D-rs0 tone- Bash$14e./ inec.ui

wnSh n trsc vr eciptROSCE, and7 $120 wihot
I e ano I teAprill Junille

ShipORPO.WASH. oN, MeHL 7 MarL
hyi HlND reDE e, 9c ou7 e July 25
(Sep; 7t1^c Oct 2

JosC.celao, 'MC.ayso7 June 7a
ShipGE. WAHNGTAN,. 7Fe 7o.B Mar 2S
hese shoipsdredalgfeheis claue, coulnde 2y

s SLIP St COENTIES :LIP.-Public notice is here.
by given, to all the proprietors of the said Pier, that the
Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of New
York, have determined upon extending the said Pier 71
feet into the Rier.
And notice is hereby furhlier given, to all the persons
concerned in the said P.er, that they are requested, on or
before. the expiration of si ( weeks from the date of this no.
tice at d advertisement, to signify in writing, at the Street
Ctnnmissionei 's Office, their intentionts to contribute their
proportlons respect rely oi the expense of building the faid
extensionti to the aforesaid Pier,or not to contribute t, ereto,
as they may deem expedib nt.
And notice i, heieby tuither given, that if any persons,
owners of, or interested ir the aforesaid Pier, shall neglect
or refuse to comply with the directions aforesaid,and shall
not bear or discharge their proportioned part of the ex.
pense of building the Paid extension to the aforesaid Piei,
ttiat they will thereby forfeit all their interest in the wharf
age arising therefrom, agreeably to the act of the Legisla
Lure, in such case made and provided.
Street Commisal 'ner's Office, June 10th.
jel0 c6w JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
P IER No, 14,EAST RIVER, between Old slip arnd
Coenties slip.-fublic noti'-e is hereby given to all
the proprietors of the said pier, that the Mayor, Aldei men
and Commronalty of the City of New York, have;:deter.
mined upon extending the said pier 56 feet into the river.
And notice'is heby further given to all the persons con.
cerned in the said ter that they are requested on or before
the expiration of sit weeks from the date of this notice and
advertisement, to sitnify t the Street Commissioner's Of-
fice their intentions c contribute their portions respectively
ofthe expense of bunding the said extension to the afore.
said pier, or not to c ntrfbute thereto, as they may deem
Ai.d n tic 'ls here further given, that if any persons,
owners of, or interest d in the aforesaid pier, shall neglect
or refuse to comply w h the directions aforesaid, and shall
not bear or discharge the!r proportional part of the expense
of building the satd eension to t e aforesaid pier, that
they will thereby forfnt all their interests in the wharfage
arising therefrom, agrpably to the act of the Legislature,
in such case made and provided.
JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
Street Commissioner's Office. June 10, 1839. jelO 6w
N OTICE.-AII persons having claims against ED.
S WARD R JONES, late of this city, deceased,
are hereby notified to present the same fir settlement to
the subscriber, at his residence, No. 738 Broadway, on or
before the tenth day of December next; anal those in.
d-bted are requested to make payment forthwith at the
same place.
Dated New York, June 6th, 1839.
jed law 6m ISAAC JONES, Executor.
T OTICE -At a meeting of the Truotees jol the i ew
N York Life Insurance and Trust Company, held
Tuesday. June 4tb, 1839, WILLIAM P. VAN RENS:E-
LkER. Esq. was unanimously nominated t, fill a vacan-
cy in the Board of Trustees of said Conmpany.
je5 3w E. A. NICOLL, Secretaiy.
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 casksand demijohns; also, of extra
quality, bottled. Sherry-W. Duff Gordon's, and Pale,
tBrown, and Gold, in casks, draught, and bottled.-
Rhine-Rudesheimer, Marcobronner, Steinberger, Hoch.
heimer, Johannesberger Rauenthaler, sparkling Hock,
&c.; also, the Moseile, Brauneberger, and St.harzberger
Bordeaux-Chateau.Margaux, C. Lufitte, Latour St. Ju.
lien, Pauillac, Leoville, with other Clarets, of various
grades and prices, in cases; Sauterne, of various bands.
Burgundy-Sparkling and still; Chamnbertin, |Volnay, aid
homanee Malmsey, L, P. Teneriffe, Lisbon, S. Ma.
deira, kc. hampagne-Heidseick, Grape, and various
othei favourite brands, pints and quarts.
LIQUORS. -Brandy-Otard, Duyuy & Co., 1827 and
'30; Champagne Brandy, 1816, '25; also, bottled, superior
quality. White Brandy, of high proof, for preserving.
Peach Brandy. St Cioix and Jamaica Rum, bottled and
draught.-Bay Rum Scotch and 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 AnnizLcLe, in baskets. Rospberry and
Cherry Brandy.
MALT LIQUORS--Brown Stout, Double and Single,
in pints and quarts, small packages or otherwise, best
bracds. English, Saotch, and Philadelphia Ale and
SYR"PS -Lemon, Raspberry, Sarsaparilla, Ginger,
HAVANA SEGARS of very superior quality, always
on hand, in quantities to suit purchasers.'
GREEN .TEAS-Imperial, Gunpowder, Hyson, and
Young Hyson, in' cannisters, caddies, half chests,; and
chests, selected with gileat care trom late importations.
BLACK TEAS-Orange Pecco, Flower d., Pouchong
and Souchong, in small boxes, or by Ib, half chests, and
COFFEE-Mocha, Java, Manilla, Liberia, &c,
COCOA, in Shell and prepared, in small boxes. Cocoa
Shells and Bean. a
CHOCOLATE-Zealand, from the pure Caraccas Co-
oa. spiced ; also, plain.
PRESERVES, of Havana, assorted, andeof the East
FRUITS-Bunch Raleits, in:whole, half, 'and quarter
boxes; Figs, in their season ; Bordeaux Prunes ; Citron ;
Suitana 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
kegas; also. smoked. Salmon, soused, in its season; pick-
-ta tfr ett lrk --*~ .. ... ... ._
SAUChE8 and KETCHUJS. of almost all the varie-
tIes, English and French.
MUSTARD, French and English- in pots bottles, and
lO1b and 20lb kegs.
CHEESE-Double iobater, Cheshire, Schabziber,
Parmesan, and American
tIAMS--Wetphalla,Vtrginia, Newbold, &c. Tongues,
Smoked Beef, &c.
SUGARS-St Crotx, in barrels, hale barrels, or other.
wise; Porto Rico; white and brown Havana; refined treble,
double, and single Lump and Crushed, in barrels, hall
barrels, or otherwise. "
CANDLEs-.,-New Bedford and patent Sperm, Mould,
and Paris Wax.
OILS-Sperm, of the finest quality; Salad 1n baskets;
or Lucca in chests and at retail. g
SAP-Old Castile, Brown and White. "-
SPICES-Mace, Nutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, anti Gin.
ger; White, Black, and Cayenne Pepper.
PICKLES--Englsh and French, in gallon, half gallon
and quart jars, assorted.
OLIVES- -French and Spanish, of fine quality.
2l This assotment-i varied and increased.
*** These articles will be furnished, delivered in any
part of the city, on terms as favorable to the purchaser,
as those of fi st quality can be obtained elsewhere in the
city my8 1m R. H. ATWELL, 3 l Broadway.

N PURSUANCE of an order ol the Sunrogate 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, deceased, to present
the same witn the vouchers thereof 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 of Decem-
ber next.
Dated New York, 16th day of May, 1839.
my 16 law6m Executors.
A T a Court of Chancery held for the State of New
York at the City of New York, on the thirteenth
day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
The President, Directors and Company of the North
River Bantik of the City of New York vs. David Rogers,
and Susan his wife, Samuel D Rogers, and Frances his
wife, Robert Lenox, John Jacob Astor, John L Ireland,
The North Amarican Insurance Company, ani William
Stevenson, Junior.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction ofthis Court.
and which affidavit v as duly filed In this Court on the 8th
day of April last, that the defendants, David Rogers, apd
Susan his wife, reside out of this State but are residents
of St Croix, in the West Indie&: On motion of S G Ray.
moit), of counsel for the complainants, it is ordered that
the said David Rogers and Susan his wile, cause their ap-
pearance to be entered and notice thereof to be served on
the complainants' solicitor within nine months from the
date of th s order: and in case of their appearance that
they cause their answer to the complainants' bill to be filed
and a copy thereof to be served on the complainant-' soli-
citors within forty days after service of a copy of said bill;
and in default thereof caid bill may be taken as confessed
by them ; and it is further ordered that within twenty days
the said complainants' cause this order to be published in
the State paper and in the New York American ; anu that
said publication be continued in each of said papers at
least once in each week for 37 week s in succession, or that
they cause a copy of this order to be personally served on
toe said David Rogers and Susan his wife, at least 20
days before the time prescribed ior their appearance.
(Copy,) JOHN WALWORTH, Cleik_
Anderson & Raymond,


Every person vending, dealing in, or retailing Strong
or Spuituous Liquors in the City ot New York.
All persons who hall sell or deal it Strong or Spirituous
Liquois, [except Impoiters or Di-tillers selling any li.
quors imported or distilled by them, in quantities above
five gallons,] without having first obtained a license for
such pu-pose from the Mayor, and the respective Alder.
men and Assi-tants of thc Wards in wh ch they severally
inside, are suit ject by Law, for'each ofience, to the pen.
alty of $25; and in case oli Retailers, to the additional
puiiishmnent, [by Indictment,] o' fine and imprisonment.
Tavern and Lxcise Licenses % ill therefore be issued at thie
Mayor's Office, City Hall, between the hours of 10 and 2
o'clock, on the days prescribed as Ibollows, for each re.
spective Ward.
let Ward, Wednesday and Thursday, 15th and 16th May
2d do. Friday and Saturday, '17th and 18tih May
3d do. Monday and Tuesday, 20th and 21st May
4th do Wednesday arid Thursday, 22tl andi 23d May
5th do. Friday and Saturday, 24th and 25th May
6th do. Mblonday and Tuesday, 27th and 28th May
7h do. Wednesday and Thursday, Q9th and 30th May.
8th do. Friday .nd Saturdiy, 31st May, 1st June.
9th do. Monday and Tuesday, 3d and 4th Jnne.
10th do -Wednesday and 1 hursday, 5ih and 6th June.
llth do Friday and Saturday, 7th and 8th June.
Ilth do Morddiy and '1 tuesday, 10th and lth June.
13th do Wednesday and Thursday, l-2th and 13th June.
14th do Friday and Saturday, 14rh and 15th June.
15th do Monday an> Tuesday, 17th and i8th June.
16th do Wednesd y andi Thursday, 19th and 20th June.
17th do Friday and Saturday. 21stand 22d June.
p3=- Peisons now holding Licenses, are requested to
produce them when applying for renewal ; also. special-
ly requested to aply within the time asabove, to avoid the
penalties of the Law. By order,
JOHN MOUNT, First Marshal
New York, Mayoi's office, May I, 1,39. my7 tje27
SORPORATION NOTICE-L-ublic noticelis.hereby
.o given, that a petition has been i.ffered in the Board
of Assistant Aldermen, to fence in the vacant lots in the
11th ward.
Persons interested and having objections, are desired
to present them in writing, at the Street Commissioner's
Office on or before the 20th June.
JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
St. Cornmr's Office. Jupe 8, 1839. jell
ORPORATION NOTICE.-Public notice is hereby
given, that resolution has been offered to the Com-
mon Council to fence such vacant lots in the 17th ward, as
shall be designated by the Alderman and Assistant Alder-
man of said ward.
Persons interested, and having objections, are desired
to present them in writing, at this office, on ar before the
17th instant.
JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
St. Coinmmir's Office, Juie 6, 1839. jell
C ORPORATION NO'ICE.-Punlic nriotice is hereby
given, that an assessment for regulating and repaiv.
ing Centre street, from Grand to Broome streets is corn.
pleted and lodged in,the Street Conimissionei 's Office for
And notice is hereby further given, that if any persons
interested object to the confirmation of the above named
assessment, they are desired to present the same in writ-
ing, at this office, or or before the 21 st inst.
JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
St. Lommr's Office, Juhe 10, 1839. jel2
ORPORATION NOTICE--Public notice is hereby
Given, that a resolution has teen offered in the Board
of Aldermen, to reoave East Broadway, between Jefferson
and Catharine streets.
Persons interested in the above proposition, and having
objections to tte same. are desired to present them in
writing, at this office, on or before the 21st inst.
Jt)HN KWEN, SN eet Commissioner.
St. C( mmr'b Office, June 1U, 18s9. jel2
OTICE.-A general meeting of the creditors of
SDadid carver, Aaron Williams, Luke White and
Ricks Robinson, non-residlent debtors, will be held at
the office of Joseph G Masten, Esquire, in the city of Bur
falo. op the 20th dey of September, 1839, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon.-Buffalo, June 5, 1839.
jell lawtsep20 Trustees;
N pursuance of an order of ithe Surrogate ofthe County
of New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against Alexander Sydleman, late of Pres-
ton, Connecticut, deceased, to present the same with th<
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at the office of Win,
M Peck, No.60 South street, in the City of New York, oa
or cefore the 25th dayof September next.
Dated New York, the 18th (lay of Marca, 1829.
mhl9 law6m Administratrix, &c.A:
AURaUANTto an order maoe by the Surrogate of
m the city and county of New York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against the estate ot Si.
las Judson, late ot i:e city of Newv York, deceased, to
present the same, with the vouchers thereof, at the office
of Pierre Ogilvie Beebee, 4 Wall street, New York, on
or before the first Monday in October next.
Dated New York, March 26th, 1839
MARY ANN JUt)SON, Administratix.
mh26 law6m
B1Y order of Daniel P. lngraham, Associate Judge o
I the Court of Common Pleas, for the city and county
of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the pro
visions of the statute authorizing at.aehments against non.
resident debtors,that an attachment has issued against the
estate of Joseph W Walker, a non-resident of the State
of New York, and that the same will be sold for the pay.
ment of his debts, uiiless he appear and discharge such
attachment, according to law, within nine months from
t', -t puhi rineBtl.-oftln.rinotren<) that th, paymenroi
any debts due t. him by residents of this State, and the
delivery to him or for his use, of any property within this
State belonging to him, and the transfer of any such pro.
persy.by him, are fe1 bidden by law, and are v0id. Dated
the 8th day of April, 1839
SMITH B iRKEKR, Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
ap8 law 9m
T a Cout ol Chancery held for the State ot New
'* York, at the city of New York, on the seventh
day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor ot the
First Circuit.
John Greacen vs. Rufus Davenpoit, and Zatmon B.
Wakeman, and al.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of thiq courts
that the defendant, Zalmon B. Wakcmam, resides out
of this State, but is a resident of one of the United States,
to wit, of the State of Connecticut-on motion of Wil.
liam Inglis, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered,
that said Zalmon B Wakeman, cause his appearance to
be entered, anu notice thereof to be served on the corn.
plainanc'asolicltor within lour months from the date of this
order, and in case of his appearance that he cause his an-

my3 law 8w
BYObrder ofthe Honorable William Inglis, one of the
Associate judges of the Court of Common Pleas for
the City and County of New York, Notice is hereby given,
pursuant to the provisions of the statute authorizing at.
tachments against non resident debtois, that an attach.
meant has issued against the estate of Samuel A. Belden, a
non.residentit of the the State New York, and thatthe same
will be sold for the payment of his debts unles he 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 him by residents otf
thflis SLtate, and the delivery t, him or for his use, cf any
property within this State belonging to him, and the trans.
fer of any such property by him are for'Aidden by law and
are void. ated the 30th day of May, 1839.
my3 law 9m Attorney for Attaching Creditors
Y order of the Honorable Michael Ulshoeffer, First
Judge ofthe Court of Common Pleas for the City and
County of New YorK, Notice is heieby given, pursuant to
the provisions of the statute authorizing attachments
against non-resident debtors, that an attachment has issued
age .4st the estate of S, ulet, Vignie & Co, a mercarintile
firm doing business, in and resident at, the City of 'New
Orlens, in the State of Louisiana, and that the same will
b3 sold for the payment of their debts, unless they alpear
nd discharge such attachment, according to law, within
nine months from the first publication of this notice; and
that the payment ol any debts due to them by residents of
tnis State, and the delivery to them or for the.r use, of any
property within this State belonging to them,and the trans-
ifer of any such property by tLem ate forbidden by law,
and are void.-Datee the fourtee-ith day of June, 1839.
jel5 law9m Attorney for Attaching Creditor.J
Aj HAMPAGNE WINES-The subscribers have ie.
VJ ceived per late arrivals, and now landing, a supply
of choice Winee, quarts and pints, including a new bandd'
put up fcr the Southern market, called th@Palmeto.
GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
In store .Chateaux: Margeaux, Lafitte, Leoville, and
other brands, in cases, each one dozen, part put np with
glass stoppers, just received from the most respectable
wine houses at Bordeaux.
Also, low priced wine in wood and glass.
Orders from other places for Wines of every description
will receive attention, and forwarded as directed. je&
S EYLON CINNAMON, &c.-I bale Ceylon Cinna-.
S men, from the East India Company,
5 bbls Mace, Cloves, and Nutmegs.
10 Parmason Cheese.
29 boxes Macaroni and Vermicilli.
10 cases Uorgona Anchovies:
For sale by A. BININGER & CO.
my7 141 Broadway.
50 bags old Government Java Coffee
5 chests finest fresh Hyson
211 dtn dn Ponhonn


B Y order of Michael Ulshoeffer, First Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas for the City and County ol
New York, Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to the provi.
sins of tie statute authorizing attachments against non-
*resitent deluirs, that an attachment has issued against
the estate o Ctharles R. Briggs and Moses R. Munn, resi
dents of the State of New Jeisey, andt that the same will 1,e
coldt for the payment ol'ftieir debts, unless they appear and
discharge such attachment, a'coiding to law, within nine
months fI m the first public(ation of this notice ; and that
the payment of any debts due to them by residents ol this
State, an;d ithe delivery to them or for their use, of any pro.
perty within this Scate belonging to them, and the transfer
of any such property by them are forbidden by law. and
are void.
Dated the 18th day of April, 1839
apl9 law9m Alttorney for Attacning Creditor.
A OTLICK of application for tle exemption ot01 a deh-
c1 tot's reason from imprisonment, puisuant to the
p, visions of the fifth article of the filth chapter of the se-
cond part of ihe revised statutes. Francis Sherwood, as
well in his individual capacity as oe of the lirm 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 (fficein the City iHail of the
said city, on the third day of July next, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of that day.
Dated April 19, 1839. ar20 lawlOw
AT a Court of lChamncet y, held lotr the State of New
York at the City Hall of the city of New York,
on the: twer ty 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-
nine, and Henry B. Alvord, imp'd with Henry A. Beach
and Dudley S.Gregory, executors of Dwight Browning, de-
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfactionof this Court,
that Harriet B. Alvord and Mary E Bro ning, 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-
sell'in order to avoid service of the subpoena issued in this
case ; and, on motion of J. Blunt, of counsel for the
comtplainant, it is ordered, that the said defendants, Har-
riet B Alvord and Mary E Browning, cause their respect.
tive appearances to be-entered, and 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 file to the
bill of complaint filed in this cause, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the comnipla'nanrits's solic.tcr v.,thin forty
days after service of a copy ol' said bill, and in default
teieieof that the same may be taken as confessed against
them. And it is on like motion f rather ordered, that the
said Heniry B. Alvoid, do cause his appearance to beenter'
ed, and notice thereof to be served upon the complainant'7
solicitor in three months from the uate 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 lor the complainant In forty
days after service of a copy of the said bill and in default
thereof that the said bill may be taken as confessed against
him. And it is tfarther ordered that within twenty days
the c mpltinanE cause a copy of this otler to be pub-
lished in the State paper at d also in a paper published in
the city of New York, styled the New York American and
that the said publication be continued at least one- in
each week in each of the said 1 apers for eight weeks in
succession, or that the said coalplainant cause a copy of
this cider to be served personally on the said defendants,
according to law, at least twenty days before th6 time
specified lbfor theirappearan ce.
my2 law8w I.t I Clerk.
ST a Court;of Chancery, held for the State of New
York, at the City of New York, on the twenty
.second day of April, one thousand eight hundred end
thirty nine-
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
Fi. at Circuit.
James Barker vs. John Byrnes and Mary his wife, Pa.
trick.O'Neill, and Edward McDermott.
It apppearin g upon prot f by affidavit made in this
cause by Smith Barker, solicitor for the complainant that
Patlical O'Neill and Edward McDeimott, 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 motion 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, and notice there I to be
ser ved on the complainant's solicitor within four months
from the date of this order, and in case f their appear-
ance, that they cause heir answer to the complainants'
bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served on tihe
complainant's solicitor within forty days after service of
a copy of said b,]l, and that indelauh thereof, said bill of
complaint be taken as conle.sed by them. And it is fur.
other ordered, that within twenty days tiora the date of
this order, the said complainant cause this order r to be
published in the State paper ard in the New Yoik Ameri.
can, printed in this State, for eight weeks in succession,
and once at least in each week,or that the said complain
ant cause a copy of this order to be served on the said
Patrick O'Neill and Edward McDermott personally, at
least twenty days before the time hereinbetore prescribed
for their appearance herein. (Copy.)
nmy3 law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
T a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York, at the City of New York, on the twi nay-se-
cond day of April, one thousand eight hundred anL thirty-
Present-V-illiam T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor f the
First Circuit.
Nicholas Schureman vs. Henry Wilkes and Slu balt
Hobart and Prudence his wife.
Jtrappearing upon proof by affidavit, made in thiscant e,
by Smith Barker, solicitor ior the complainant, that Shu.
balt Hobert and Prudence his wile, dependents herein,
reside out of this State, and are residents of Boston, in the
State of Massachusetts: on reading and filing said affida-
vit, and on motion of Smith Barker, Esquire, tolicitor for
the eomplainan, It is oldened that the said Shubalt Hobert
and Prudence his wife, cause their appearance to be en.
tered therein, and notice thereof to be served on the corn
plalnant's solicitor, within four months from the date of
this order, ann in case of their appearance. that they
cause their answer to the complainant's bill to be fled,
and a copy thereof to be served on the complainant's so.
lici or within forty days after service of a copy of said
biql, and shat in defau t theteof, said bill of complaint be
taken as confessed by them; and it is further ordered,
that within twenty days hrom the date of this order, the
said complainant cause this order to be published in the
State paper and in the New York Ametican, pointed in
this State, for eight t weeks in succession, and once, at
least, in each week, or that the said complainant cause a
copy of this order to be served on the said Shobalt Hobert
and Prudence his wife, personally, at least twenty days
before the time herein before prescribed lor their appear-
ance herein.

nry 2i N. W. BADEAU, Agent.
k-AND PRINTING-i'. & C. WOOD, No. IS Wall
street, offerr for sale-
Swan Quills-A large assortment of the fist quality by
the hundred or thousand
Steel Pens-Perryian, Gillot's,Windle'a, and other kinds
Wafers-Red, black and mixed colors ofall sizes, trans-
varent ditto, and Motto Seals 4
Wax-Superior English and American of various colors
Ink Stands, Wafer and Sand Boxes of every kind and
pattern, by the dozen or retail
Manifold Writers, Travelling Port Folios and Bank
Note Port Folios for 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 quar.tity
Chenk Books-A splendid assortment of Checks on all
the different Banks of the city
Blank Books of every sort and kind, made to every size.
and i uled to any pattern
Lithography-The subscribers having at a great ex-
pense fitted up their Lithographic, are now ready to exe-
cute at the shortest possible notice, all orders in the above
Li.e: Su(h as Circulais, Drafts, Bills of Exchange
Notes, Diagrams, Maps, Plans, Plates, and in a manner
equal if not superior to any other establishment of the
kind in the city. my9 tf
Collier's Church History, 2 vols
Leasfetlo's Bible, folio
Cyprian Episcipi
Cyprian Opera
Caiscetas on Jeremiah
Coverdale's Bible, 4to
Carpenteri's Introduction t.the Scriptures
Calvin's Institute do Life.
Churchman Armed, 3 vole
Cave's Lives, 2 vols
Cave's Primitive Christianity
Cox's Lives of the Fathers
Zlaude's Essays, with notes, by Robinson, 2 vols
Claude's Defence. Just received and for sale by
my2it SWORDS, STANFORD t CO. 152 Broadway.H
% eCULLOCH'S DICTIONARY, Practical, Theorej
M tical and Historical, of Commerce and Commercial
Naigation, illustrated with nrapa and plans, a new edi.
tion, with a new and enlarged Supplement, bringing down
the information contained in the work to the present: timp.
Imported per the ship Quebec, and will be ready for.
delivery in a few days, by
my20 D. APPLETON & CO. 200 roadway.
Z i .81tMONT CHAMPAIUN.-Ttie subscribers
--i have, after a careful comparison made by them in
France in the Champaign districts, selected the Wines
the estate of De Brimont," antd which they now have
the pleasure of offering to the public as a rich and- fruity
Wine, and-possessing all the qualities which characterize
the h In at a rsi.* j ~n^A f r9l-. h .-n-- VT<- A- ...*

R, HORNE has removed his offce to 204 rul-
Ston street, between Greenwich st. and Broadway.
Strangers are respectffuily appnzead ta as Dr. HfUaNk
wa a bred to the Medical Profession in the city of London'
ant. has been-a practical member of said Faculty ofPhvsI
42 years for the last 32 in the city of New York. Hi
practicefrom being formerly general, he has long confined
to a particular branch of Medicine, which engages his
protound attention, viz:--LuesVeneria Scorbutus, Scro-
fula, Elepk'indasiaj and. in short, all diseases arising
Itr m a vitia estate ofthe blood. Hisexperienceis very
great. His successs astonishing. In many thousands of
cases committed to his care, of all grades and every degree
of malignancy, he has speedily restored his patientato
healthand a asoundconstitution.
He cautionsthe unfortunate, againstthe abuse of mer
cury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out of life
See that your case is eradicated, not patched up. The
learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes--"Married
persons, and persons about to be married should be par
ticularly cautious of those afflictions. What a dreadful in
heritancr to transmit to posterity." Persons afflicted with
protracted and deplorable eases need not despair of a
complete recovery, by applying to Dr. Horne. Receu
affections, where local, are, without mercury, extinguish-
ed in a few days. Whatgrieves the Dr. is, that many
affltictea,instead of taking his salutary advice, have re
course to advertised nostrums, where there is no reponsl
ability, andthe compounders unknow.n; by such means,
throwing away their money, (where they vainly hopeto
save,) and ruinforever thei: constitution.
Persons who may have contracted disease, or suspect
latent poison, are invited to make application to Dr
HORNE. at hise Establishment, No.204 Fulton st., be.
tween Greenwich st. arid Broadway. A esidenceofthirty
wo years in New York city, has radically established
Dr Horne'scharacter forsterling honor- and based on rea
respectabilityand skill. Dr.Horne offersto his patron
a sure guarailtee.
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients cej, nova
come in contact.
Attendance until half past 9 in the evening.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. All city letters
mus tbehandedin. ,,-
V Stultorumincuratapudormalu*ulceracelat.,-*
-olace's 16th Epistle.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Hornedesirestobenefitthepubler
it is proper he should continue his advertisement for the
good ofstringers, as it is wellknown peoplearelextremel
shy in speaking of cases of a delicate nature, even wharv
uphysicianis pre-eminently successful. 14
.L Jl venive is better than a Cure."-1I heie eis no medi.
cal observation belter established, none more generally
confirmed by the experience of the best physcia iins of all
ages arid countries, and none of more importance to the
Vtiole human family, tran the fact that manyof the most
W ffirult and incu, able consumptions originate in neglect.
ed colda. In a climate so variable as ours, where the
changes of weatherare frequently sudden and unexpected,
it requires movie care and attei. tion to guard against this
dangerous enemy to hum n life, tt an most people ima.
gine, or are able and willing to bestow. The bill sof mor.
tality exhibit the melancholy fact that the proportion of
deaths by this disease are as five to one. hinsmuch,
then, as th:p fatal disease is increasing and spreading wo
widely and feat lull f, and bids defiance to the skill! of the
most experitrced physicians, it is a giaification to the
subscriber to be enabled to iffer to all who are of con.
sumpt've habits, or those afflicted with distressing
coughs, colds, asthmas, or any affection of the breast
and lungs, a reasonable prospect of relief by
using his celebrated StrenE-thening Plasteit., They
have been used >ver the United States for the last
twenty years, and have everywhere given general satis.
faction The subscr.ber has lad the pleasure of selling
them da'ly for a number of ye .rs in tids city, and of the
many thousands who have used them he has not heard a
dozen complaints. They are also. patronized extensive-
ly by the medical profession, and probably there is not
an intelligent physician in the world that would hesal.
tate to sanction them hy his name and influence, when
made acquainted with their composition. 'I he numerous
cut es they have efflected are worth a million theories, and
they are most earnestly recommended to hose who are thus
afflicted. Pet sons whose business rt quires that they should
stand or sit much, or those otf sedenia-y habits generally,
who are troubled w ith pains or weakness in the breast, side,
back or limbs, are advised to try one of these beautiful
plasters, as they are essentially different from all other#,
anrid vie free liom the otjections which are made against
plasters generally. Persons about to purchase them will
remember to ask otbr"Bsdeau's Strengthening Plasters,"
and see that the accompanying directions have my signa.
ture', without which none are genuine. They are destined,
doubtless, cre long to become one of the most popular
remedies of the age, as they address themselves to the
good sense of all intelligentpersons, and from the low price
may be obtained by all. They are spread in a scientiic
manner on the most beautiful lamb skin, will not stain
the whitest linen, and may be worn with ease and comfort
for one month. They are put up in boxes, with large and
attractive show bills, will keep In any climate, will be for.
warded to any part of the wolId as per order, and a large
discount made to those who buy to sell again. Sold at
wholesale and retail, by ths subscriber, who is the sotle
proprietor, at the Bowery Medicine Store, 260 Bowery.
il N. W. BADE&U.
OMP C ENTRATED.-Forpuiifying the blood, removhfg
eruptions, &c., front the skin, and all impurities from the
system, this pleasant and healthy Syrup has no equal.-
Perhaps there is no more certain way of promoting gene-
ral health during the Summer, than by using this Syrup in
the Spring. 1' he medical profession give it a decided pro.
ference over all the most celebrated Panaceas,, Syri4p
&c., and nu' sing mothers, whose ifarms are alicted w'ith
Scald Head, Sore Ears, or Weak Eyes, are particularly
recommended to use it. It is perfectly aimless, and when
combined ,with Seidliiz or Soda Water, lorms a cooling
and agreeable beverage. Used'with cold water, it makes
a very pleasant Summer drink, and may be used with ad,
vantage by must persons at any time. It is prepared irom
tt'e best Honduras Sarsparilla, according to the most ap.
proved formulas, and great care has been taken to keep
it free from im unities and all obnoxious admixtures.
Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retailby tho sub
scriber, at. the Bowery Medicine store, 260 Bowery; Naw
York. my,t1
ENUINE BEAR'S GREASE-For promoting the
X[T growth of the hair, and imparting a beautiful and
glossy lustre to it, far superior to any other application.
The sup~eriority of this Oil over every preparatiop for ;in.
during the growth of the hair, is generally acceded to by
all who have used it, as it imparts a glossy richem ro the'
hair, rendering it soft and flexible, and exciting the capil.
laxy 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 ol its growth. The
subscriber has just received a fresh supply of the genuine
article, put up neatly in earthen puts and prepared ex-
pressly for his retail trade, at the Bowery Medicine Store,
No 2,0 Bowery" my2U.K
Highly celebrated for the cue of consumption, liver
complaints, raising hiod, &c. &c., is sold at the Bo.. ery
Meilicine Store, 260 Bowery. The subscriber warrants
this Balsam to be the genuine article, received direct from
the proprietor.

swer to the complainant's bill to be file., and a copy
thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor with-
in forty days after service of a copy of said bill, and in
de .ault thereof said bill of complaint may be taken as
confessed by himt : and it is further ordered, that within
twenty days the said complainant's cause this order to
be published in the State paper and in the New York Ame-
rican, and that the said publication be continued ih each
of the said papers at least once In each week for eight
weeks in succession, or that hlie cause a copy of this or.
der to be personally served upon the said Zalmon B Wake-
man, at least twenty days before the time above prescri-
bed for his appearance.
(Copy.) JOHN WALWORTH. Clerk,
Win. Inells, Solictor. 'A) myll law8w

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