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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: July 22, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09304809
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System ID: UF00073672:00046
 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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.e t uhiers..e first term of the third year of Htte e su eason, i no w ellm th. -1 parents otbe. ..to et i te differenwith.- Dyapedia, ae,
nS<4.e h*&jawepeeard tohexecute orders wihfcSimateo, and.as.a._
-,3 are Cashiers thelnsfute will commence on Wednesday, the fit X state Of the season, aye ow.selling the



S. there are insured for 7 10,000 and under 3 andiguages. The inostyleruction in Freanotxch particularly S i Uis P si ae, .o.. ". t eaue i tenders, tosredie a
&fllY or wolihere are insured for life, 3 the best that could be secured. Chad ia and Mouseline d 'Laine kuy d~he Fewdy. ~ arn hti i a evdytepore

Buidmip.-The buildings for the institute are now .,Paris Embroideries, of 25 newest styles t ed tis vi ? a bl

"KB ^ -,8^ ^"- .... ... i.,.-. 21 P"a8-10-forth /no tractors--the 'ri.c'pal and the [ ASHMERE SHAW .- L X.Tf. STJB^Vo Type, by taknlfon i me s lio the amount mother ~anomsaPn
j. i iIfaMtf.5L- -.--^ ..^ .- Jeo. E A. H tXIC L.,, Seeretary. lam uly- a General Scnooil Room- -Recitation Rtooms t.. ART & CO invite .t, t "ateiiton of. thetadios -New.Vo,-.A% ~ #2f,4"'t -i h. 1838 ard in their specious
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:1, -S "IM"' "-. Offie bf the UNITED 2TA1T FIRE INU- a completed, and were eLabtorat-and a Chapel. p to their assortment ofCred Swsl, a which au24 .th T 4 GUERIN ,.ere.s a
iA9^^B^' 'i ttde' h-B/t her A ANCE COMPANY d No. 5 Wall ndL idat oner 2 which they are devotlod. Th" y are nW, spaciousRc a pe rle ,a f pAT -tK ', .. oinsn; er ete ac
,E Athere are-insured for t 5,o00 and under 16 and sightly; and a fitted upon a convenience ofian, Jet and blue black Bob nes tLo C0 tn 5va"fi


.. .. .SSOT/t ^ ^ PI y, qn te dayvofJune. 1839.lhe following entle-, o rb? of tne ely,.^""eu ,b lt ^ returement and ere- 1 green do do ., 09-'sw ^ Sr^ ^- my m. ^ ^; rt r a lm8 "ugtteaw'tl pert teof the Tomat(
iL ^' ,v -a-"i J_. O. there 'are insured for 610,000 and under 3 and a neatness of style, which ato.re not exceeded. ey whie do do .Th Y t'-- th s avtiseet wy ao eien to-be partic
'a.-"T ."genehdohsPcomprise accommodations for fifty p rooming in yl '254 .h of a... S.lpta., win and obee ha ea:t
21'JohL Bowne arfrEbenezeterCnlsrwell uenteritynn,.ryforsthepurinisto l ayon. h do do do .'ri 250 fibvtimesthe ._eiuo.i r
6. -e .. EJ. A. fmMla SKet c retay. oI .hGenerael School Room-Recitation lypeR 1ldo do long -50 IT irn,. ...eiou es o_. n..
_: a ART &dsL Ca PLl or4yj.Tejoha lfl..on of. 1 i ,hee 1edies ew- at l t n p E4 RIn., oAo.. ..ir
SOf Thothe UNICTEr STATS h IRE T NU_ ang Room-a Laboratory-and a Chapel, to their assortment of a Swl, a g which a,24'f ls tea
^Hyi~f. ~-Pi, tAlNECOe Mays, PYN.5.,Brok .5 WalL re Cnel~l.1 ius, lWe Lwne arw ae.-The load te nla eeion is unsurpassed for the ebalthi- a do ; i IEic oa i
AD h'wib 0j A -C OA Y, fuo. 55Wla. e
Si AT an annual election held at the office ofthe Co_ ness and beauty. It is upon an eminence in the -sub- 1 la filled square o e i oL


th'e. 3d d. o June, Is ^mnesd owin forrecreation and amusemient.. -b y 2 ,-,h do do In .35s .rate..i To1n and a d a Pht.
." b .e --J -atL wn e Eb ee a freell and h u- ,y or phe anc py, t 3uf no -."scuri ,by.irtirm tann do doe t p


e.m i P mwid. -, wd rear2 Hen re duly eLawrene Ed. o Wri t e.. .,.r:hea.-ThoInsutoapearen bythePri,- 1a do do do $foh 400 eh,-; A- ^-- la'-un-tP
vain rean udtwiodd htao o- ~ gs hoo of Paintig arid Sclpture, wIh sadoszeat eere
-~~~~~~~ ~~DIR ECTORS.ng an extensive and delightful view. It 4a such as to 1 scarlet. do. do 20D 'a hotr engmvnr ~ eyRiel ddsr ueo~h0piw


~.n *.M'e t .nr' "Ser r a tephnV'nWy 'PIs t o have a ny .con 1 do do do. -Siie_ m25 0Nr l h E^^,:-- '_e ....d n alda.


e lBi. John L. islmfet nwn Ebien-- u Froz- Ro B C4 we roiession, n- 37 7 dtdy ^an.c- ...... c tu u/ ait^ i"d snoud every panrti.
.. wR... .j Morr Ke o wietx t. .cept, n ona ly pet..1 'do do Iong 1 on,ul.terd aul


tn ^ onthe t5..el -Its prigncal, pto nmart atharduh arhtd d... EO5 ,p0 &hhoher theptf moaooo as soin th uts I
Silas Hickq `%Joaliua S. V~*I I biete 1d do i~o t or hallrof motat f18~oteo




w ^SS SB^ It e- gls,, ... pahted faur.. ,- W .... Tho rsw .. .. pradical education, u,,o,,n decidedly OCri,.,tiap,, hc-, 1. TF RENC Ioennet AurrfeiicNt the pltseced edaohe ril
'That' a e Pte ft On Robert C. Cornell CharlesTd d uaro m itheti e pi aues eti- eda oe r artycle

,usrd,. ,'a H- o p tue, Brlin TW. W Bek W, Lwrence uni.-The Grounds connected with the ellab. -.. Appmcnto for Ag
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od 40 Ai ;ah eut are ample a.dbeautifu ,-ue .eg- fall .. .pe 2 do do 3M

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Jb,; i,,,, ,,f ....... hpu if .... Ne ^ Hu Ro .... *o a well ,teg~late4 C hri ,ia faoily; f. t',,tu nnc,,, Dt Goods Store No.~ ~awy donn h mea oo ro ipesoso ni ? r ed .o Tea
in 31et sqbaaen with dana the I, ma.
rer des. American otel, aign jrto ofthr acase assoomee on orulgits p
W SSrai kt a asd OteU "e practical educ hotie of ir members. a "R H AN I. t-aahe and sever
S...plate- glass, and plated'%r- Tooma t upon decidedly -Cristan prici- RE.r
fapaagtubes,, Berlin Vho%W. lekn Silas W.$d ple8-twut sou rnnd with PMrlgo.-,-'- Goodn Storet, dil.wO ay, Fadoncyg Royal~ tenujta Tt'
agaaie& obeing enjanin 'Strong GeorgefD. Post flndg adw nment-4iconduicted uposig ohw cityGodStr, way,~ F aTjoiniSFng teIproyal quro, l4 sfnl nrvd,4v ietdt
U~F.Gmrp~ntcr i~i~Plan, ofawl euae h tiari family;. fo heOn American Hotel, netr e plate assortment of Ios. 7rofmpesn n eadsvr
A .. "e "- TheIF.ed 1orearo hit eeelltrs. ndons o New .French" Holbon s Portraits of the Court of Henr- VlIlth- cit "and bmost l
-v b,,3, t Jm& H. Titus George B. Smith h.e pa, grg the ple of aa tsanci;.bot
Hen-faS5^i^ WWW~ri Atmftnhetdv. -amuel C P^parent, e encourages a free and open Intercours be-' Goodi, suited -to t 't suchyrces as A series of E0 e ny clred plates, like minia- throughout the country
*SS2Sa.r df Bmsem sd Hen. Ata subsequent meetingof -BoaS John L. tW"l th, pupils aad himself, and endeavors, by w!'n- w' be 'saiSfary; a ih are the fol owinn ture dhewings, witJtetter press by Edmund Lodge, For numerous tes
of Ressen and Hn Ao cities, of the Jo.SILKS-Rih Change or Glace Esq mpealto, o. hands o a who sell
or of J,-.;. CORNELL, Bowne, Esq. was unanrimousl re-elected President. n.o and,, the prentato.n of K Richat"wd and do. Shake apeGalte rbeai rto e hawd&fawhe
.AMre TMaa^IW rr oidc aihu icageo uy S^ ^^ y laSFealffpae Gaxa ers o7Shakpcare' Plrtays, w fthlelier 6 2OSaTE'ac
; Srqwf z* 6 7tAssociation, Ja JAMEAS WILKIE, Secretary. eamt is there.fore tr.tldinarel Gor y. Chines, foulard lancdlace Female Characters oedithikron-ir.o ePlanty, boun in.. ,
..je27 tf wa ent is, therefore, sictAy entalF
l:.:.w :T_:AB Y "*r_ .. THIz ibWA.RD INSURANCE COMPANY, Xr^ S-n -enitKnat eon- Gros D'Afriqu^ changeable. press. 'A new edition inqua, elegatly bound in __ _..
._* # .ATNa, r.emn l ADhWAY.-otn- -. Ofie Wall tbet. stitut ofth Gros de Indes, o do morocco. ,A few co"es colored. London, 1839. f-a.. e an enscii
,forAt Office 64 Wad treet. stitutio of the pupil, the school is arranged in three Poult de Soies do Vatcano-' e tican described and ioustrated Vatoi-7T h
7.vbie coo, b.C ,"APIT..L 300,000 DOLLARS.L-_ThisConm- departments, the Moral, the- Intellectual, and the P Naleap o do b ,rano-Pi.lesti,.wth70.lrg and ifu l
alIn elP,e A...Wa...rf.Grad, Lu,4Mtuie to mke insadance, aganst loss and physicals.- -" G'ros de Naples do by Era.n.us Pistolesti, with 700 large and beautiful .-. "-..'
W bI iiib~y a'd mercer street, Wahigon an4d- and the iane against fsi s navigation. Mrcil ertInt.-The Moral Department, which Rich light Siks, red and plain, for even- outline, engravings of all the Ornaments. Frescoes, ug1 State
W ,., .u, the'.st splend site for DRECTOt. -"- involves the verent is muied Iy th Princip ing dresses Painigs and Statues in gnat. celebrated Edifice, 7 Thi is urdoi
V c_"tarch,"inthe cty. Thegroud .. Haehs, Presidedt, B.L..Wooey .o ls Rich white do o or weddings vols., royal.fol richly boryd. Rolw, 183. This or thebn
i.w jm.dit elevated part of Broatdway, and sur-. Noah Taylor Micah Baldwin a csdt c, of oi, nd rlio se, Rich and jet blaf all thI above styles will be ready 0. .
z.V? t vhU. .mpro>vemets. c. Cornelius. liawrenedJoptph tttc. u..1.sTtrhef ol S" Po hns, pla an. red, &,- W.l n -WlSnson's Sketches in Spa-ned and colored ou countr.
Coneh"s ..Laorev intJooeph 15 stant reference is made, las the foundation on ';hwh pain-ro.te
asomld in one 4 or v i J. Phil Phmx F ... .i .. SHAWL --Diaphanon, 5et, G.aee, Bilk, plain m the style ofdrawngs, oal -
"' t ye of John s ,s ..eigsa.s. -e only and per hasi, off h"istian educe- an James (G P R) Book ofthe Passiqns, with e h kn n
ont ave!e l esyo whole Josehn B.' John-~ p lnemy ebuifoitadedu'eMantildletaGs,,Sik pan nth tyeofda nsParis4. redu
Ib oa'mt JosephatO. Th views o scipture trh, nd ofreligous mailas, Paris Gause,. ssline te Lame, Cash- splendid engravtgs, in the style of Bulwer. Leila,' .o d r
ntiondo .t .c~tr I Wool andofrelgiu-of the b&,'e ly.1hu hi
96f 3b4 Lots fe&Wahi d5doJQh .Wolfe a e duty presented, are i strict acetosadce -A ih t doe- aee roy T
4131e f l 2 t e a : O H a s eW d e s c rip io n s .t r i
.. iy. :isci,-- ._ie 0c. a oarst .Natfdianiel Weed trihess i nes i te tat i escr ions. .. i nrt's lUustratioas of deBible, imperial folio, ouaUy prs cr bed7,
I .R .i aftk .anae lots, a uiformstyleo William W. Todd Ferinand Suydam copal'Churc. It is the constant'endeavori n this d- EE 1ROiDERIES-Pa work, of the latest fash- cloth. -- ef-cacy. "
ini~v~ifions 691inst William Q>ach. orwoto& ^ Mati' Mito-Pnais Lost. with 12Caps,- 1^^ 1"
*imq_.i U..ed, andi s -.. nst William LIPSh. ,tpartnmentto win ouvetothe Savior,;-an4toihis body ions a, Canezous, Clizettes, Collars, Cps, martin's Milton-Paradise Lost, with 12 illustra- od the mo


t cm p their own meas or the Edins f al hl olrocco s P 8-vo, 25'gravings. 2 IhoMd ccur it mis
: %llki. rn and. :thera_ dZ ISPtLIPt~eeay Lhe Church--the timtt nd airdiagit'afboiond of the ....; J" i. ..:onatn oa~o oo~l~rr.Z~~~"',,, ,'

k~l .gk, s l aor s. f th Pm whole mau.fes o ti neetbusiness ald TTU,,TaddiT TN, MLSLlNSdBbt.d. al ce-of Ror p A superb work, pef En ance. n I s eediy rP

SIn^ eannualy or in agro a rnenta of learning, with reference to Cot ege require., The boveihhisassrtuent of Goods, .' Iand beauutius rated edition of the Waver- ofale-hlf
on hudeddl arcs hitng, En- carel

Vae thee ciyn td, anddct will bethoundisbeof.th
"" ..th.e .. o r o pa :th eyeiLW.r ew liiaves, or theh lhves of others, d tth troembraeest aanthetortary English branches E e-"an Fr nc.es -, _, -d y sor ere n 8 o, no n- h du

S1Sanguges. Ht Principal and manufacturSI landscape, portrait, hasicalfand comic; onRb -
.an.byecearyrLnd either Fr the whole ha, 0f life or fLE Tta 0 -rpi ty Fdin-e, and bF ichh mers al ,t ie nce- n spns DR suero Nor irof, id u. "
Ch-. ttm W l. and 134 Front limited lorme T time to eiploy.e o en lane, offers for salet full tassortdentofLin- vePMuand Tales, by the Authorof Waverley. dtes stlofeep, bse wt


.f ij ^B ^ tt~aiaeh~of nA at Flushing, ----- --- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- --- --5 Instruction in this department is specially .directed enis and other Staple Dry Gtjbds, at cheap prices, viz : J,. ? This is anew impression of th ceeb ated visceral obeti
"-5rlti 80l15 3 38181t7ed5lle situation either i a L ynrou --to t-e o understanding, wt itheendeavor here to im- Cases. 4 and 144 .i a andfr Scoth Lie Enuththauthos laott toter Ck Ieirqur.- is
--nM'e b t. -Apply Prewunto P one hundred dollars Z meapt, to Tea c thee Pt fessions,- and Civilp En- ha.e bee n selected .wiih gres care, *Presaly for. hi 'ley e..e.u. 'er "" "-


SPo nt..17 661T5RN1108-1 "3.3. pils, ;?erefor- are taught the rationale o n whatever o 8r e 12, 4 and 36-4 ..mask Table ineooths and ciny wshic thauno' wiily bereev sen1 r. an sr te fn e fs fraie i mr o o


sItAuycure. 18 89- 02 1 69 42 1 85 1 89 3 4 Oes e.ethem; mare attention p-d'o .. c plap.s .al e. epbl h edsprte ees, l resone
.r plea- en ru.anlines. Poaticularc 1read, 9it had to Prin. n6d4and104 Table Damask and Diapers; also c3;b thtape, p e soor t woea e sme a esitat values
i-he 20ebpt3 t Q 17 3 I 43189o1n23 tended futuret-es tinatison of the s, and his educa. Towelng yr se- nen soad fior wiout The paes. o cns of the



eJ S jiigte asin aybe easily con 20 91 9L1 77 44 1 90 91 94 36 tion is directed accordingly.. He may be fitted for the Do 104,.11-4 and 12-4, Rose and Whitney Blan- The trade suplid oen]^ of aboutl tes.Tb..rvnt awa
T.h G m i OUNTRY 2EAT FOR and ass 1 82 45 1 911 istang and byf suEh E n asters as it is necessary k e InE oRY lOOre.n-.d. S. FLEET, 1r inte- vo me, of a uts beforsp



vetted i a pi.^n s >park. The situation is, in a 22 94 991 88 46 1 921 f Tme Couingme for time tu emnlof P ofesD 0 a fll n ass ortentof Lin- vels a itionay Au Mauactures. a



v esrrecta, limfiuc, being ma healthy location-within 23 97 1 OS 1 93 47 1 93 1 99 4 01 T^"g~r~ h td~fpoesos o84 04ad30 colored Mose Tbefines, b Adrew UeFR 5 authoro h-^Zieb~ ay
V40io ofthere ity-eeChancellorandwit ha 24 99t1h71 98 481 9420 (24 17 PAcal Department-The Physatal-tDepartnent is Covers di ce prices, vi I' Ti in
embelsh- 25,1001122r044 sale9 512 l I449 intended or exercise and heth.- i supeinended Do 6 and84 Druggit d Crm Clohs, 3by 4 cionay &c Ths p work s j any hng. their con
is n o .. -- 1-6 -4 4 0 .. 6 1 3-. -- W p o ve an d st hen the think ing p o w e rs T he. S sheet .i to. hn J
.'ai~ ,,ii tlg -;. _. lli11% -_. t Ofextent 1- 7,< 86 9 1 65 41 1,78 8 3 3 -ila.,. ....... .. ... .at &.the raio al -whatev." D o &4'-,127- "-4. an & ..... ... ... ","h lands ao e a' b is e e a a e t i m t li. .






e hA country aemf, in the highest state of 26 1 07 1 172 211 501 9662094 60 alwaysb a master, whO has the supervision. aid di- '.. yds siiuare __ -_W Sc' Commercial Dictionary, new edition, e "or thatever we
-1 7, .it .deli- a. -or nott taonn upiwh abe~tT uln
s *o71 2123 4 17 51 3742 0 rectios of theslorehe;l mi odtructs in agreeable and- Fneitu D-r --t e-argo..d improved to Jan. 1839. A Dictionary, dnyt, b.ra ou
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-^lf~^8f~^ ulihri *29-ifl8 1 35 2 31 53-2 &102 Woa^ -ueu exercise^.psomotrve o4~ealtha happiess. ->D Iwo,0oet4WeU>Historical, andW^ Prueficarl of Commerce ehee s ~thioan
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O 'FQ4i.'Lj ^n No.e 55 -n 9 1 1 95 1 77i 4 2 12 21 6 7 manners and habits. Associure-es action woth the famiy and &c. hjyl owengs f ..... I.. o the attent
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4 e" e, ltmyina liealthoti 3 1 51 3 4 Teac hing, or for y-the study of the Pi ofevsons. f Do 8-4,o F104 and S31 3 N 30T PSolulsnrys and rh ll e rsandctiern o thnWors es T.domny



any he ur, V usWhke slrep t Th ho us was bil t 3 1 3 1 3 2 7 59 6 3 6 75 society. 2 greatly reduce ed nric es A mn g w which w ill be f n d: a 4a h uset3 Bcol a rd1 oflEu ca a- s c ll ei n of d M ineC, C OA n
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.withaltbesitirovementanriconeninces. 37 143 1 63 2 90 ; ^ performance of duties, and propriety of deportment, Do do Fa S kst75cThe L iBRaRY i es '
A large mwnountof the purchase money may reBMgunon Money will be received in deposit by the Company are expected in all who become members of the in. -Rich Plaid and satin str'iped Muslins, at0 'ac;the oneo b i lwm o ^ba^ v.eraing fom 250t tolue ISTANFO RD4
,pbond admnort ag for a term oyemeisFor "a r and also in trust, upon which interest will be allowed stiDou6ion. 8Paris EmbroideredCapes Colh eap; 0a g emm Cr l e vr oths, 3pe .... t eraing.. ,, eah vu C etoeg' S AF RiD o





Da'tuculata, &e., apply to Mr. N. JARVIS, No. 153 as follows: Record and Reports.-A daily record of the deficien- FacySil ad NetShws andMantla
=-theZ .or at theaesroom s of, in thesuanbers. Uatn sums over $100, irredeemable for 1 year, 4 per ct cies o ster assess s e- containing from 30 to 400 pages. The former, orthe authors last corn
WI.KINai OLI"- NS & CO Auctioneers, 15o. do. -2 do. 454 75 recteonf phpil int e l asusni tkep by eth Mrusipn Inasertn r.a ? dSc .n g Juvenile Series, is intended for children, of from 10 Coeredge, Esq., M.
teacherbwhi28c i0 w s tp a Feraisesee ktcly sutted bthpipasl acts Sl a uedeable and Sicltrf or ea nd udr th. lte foidu Als n ealead




my8df 17 Bad .t. Do. do. d 02 2" 3 to each pupil; and., at the expiration of four weeks, In Fosan Robes Thearso a





WfL TO I.ET.-An office in .the upper pant of TRUSTEES. to the parents or guardians of each, in thc form of a A variety of Materials for Boys' Summer Clothing of hat ate, and upwards-in other words, for a'dvanced Batsm.ut ulih
S.st o. 20 Broad street. Wi. Bard James Kent report. 3 l A PATN & 1 scholars and their parents. Also, just published
Se. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime oney-Pupils have ut little reasonable e Library is to consist of reading, ad not school th edin. Jenks'






^ T o REN. M c u ini Tofts I and Wm. B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereux use for pocket money. They are supplied by the pri- and 4c. & C t
oo u t n o s o-e0 3rr o of.mok brick 2 3 st r Benjam in ow er G u ian e rpl na cipal w ith all necessaries, and m ore tha n the se serve st ha t rChe w ll findOatH U H & GUeT s, hours; work t hat. w ills er e as wdr ell as iinstu NlIre MIk Sfa
.". OR r_ -1jk 8 No. 558a 31 1 32 1 42 2 43 55 2,32 3 21 5 lb an r n hbt. A scazn ~ tea iy n y5 .. o ~ ~ h ata~
b eI -'l wh. U tA, : -ween L2ber1y K 5 0 1 C V2c k .. .. ... w ith occ as io nal c'm m qS, for their him rovem en t -.-J D C D P RI C ES t ,r n e S rI n, &wcr.k f or per us al d r. th i l s o wo k of a ,e











rd^d S r^fi "a b erfvaasdsa Peter Harmony Henry Brevoort, Jr. only t c nourish artificial tastes and wants, 254. ;{e te Cit,, Hall a ver, ylargethem.- ad e of s ch aracteresth aheur to thneom .LI MIS
Jtf. &5 O a Ce John G. Cost-,r James McBrde which have at i unfavorable bearing on future character. Broadway, ao n suascrers aoe mnow O. e g a D. APPLETO
y Pin et Thomas Suffe 48 2 57 57 270 4hn Rathbone, Jr. They will, therefore, be allowed no money, but at the, and wel ele t French Fancy Dry with pleasure, when it is desirable unbend from the y have received p





l.R&003 st. John Mason .G. Stuyvesant pleasure of the principal This rule isimperative, goods: at unusually low prices; among which -studies school Jackson on Woocf
J& FOIR SALE--A Farm en Jamaica Bay, ten Samuel Thomson Thomas J. Oakley and, enforced, saves expense to the parent and cha-n Rici plain Pou de Soles at 8s per yard a The plan will embrace every departJnt of Science Maser's Collection
a 'half miles from the -ity, containing 160 Benjamin L. Swan Stephen Whitney- e V.cter to the pupil. The Purser takes charge of all Beautiful Chine Striped Silks at 6s per yard and Literature, preference being given to works re- 2 vols. royal 8vo.
tJ.Lor 170 acres. There are threegood houses on Stephen Warren John Jacob Astor moneys intended for the use sionf th e pupils, and dis- Fine Mousselines de Lame, all wool, 4s per yard. latingtoour wn Country, and illustrative of the his- Buet's History ol
l~ da-30 461." Of i& be art, -rat~erials:; an, a e enere"plet ,. .. 6.t 3t 5n.2 m81' 60 4..25 4,91 .7 00 too atiuar-" PriBntedgnt ttnio o h "" Mo o samrcs a 1oroiginalY, aandn slct sek, ntldTH tstub a2 2w~ae







the premises; iswe nced and in e highest state Robert Ra Gardner G. Howland tributes only on an order from the principal. No ac- New styles nted Lawns, 4s per yard. to, institutions, manners, customs, &c., of our own vols. imperial 8vo.
of cultivation, -ftherops wi smOowY 31 The dwelling John Jolnbeston Corn. W. Lawrence countawill e n any case, be made bor the upils, nor Very fine French Caibnics, 3s per yard. people. Being intended for the whole community, no McCulloch's StaO
bous e is large and fonvint, with green house, Wi. P. Van Rensselaer Jonathan Goodhue. will any expenditures be incurred for them, further than Embroidei edslne e. work of asectaianordenonational character in re- Clarendon's Histor
taens, &c. atched. There are extensive ranges WM. BARD, President. the amount of money deposited for their use. HU UN, lion, or of a partisan character in politics, will be vols. 8vo.
nrry stable, hay house, catthattle sheds, &c., with three E. A. NICOLv, Secretary. Wardroesredeemablefor year,4perct eod -A directess is employed to take charge jy2 254 Broadway.l am itted. Broug am' as tsi
wellof go water. There is a threshing mill, with DUDLEY ATKINS, Physician to the Company.4 of the wardrobe who devotes herself exclusively tu pARIS EMBROIDERIES-J. S. FOUNTAIN 'The works will be printed on paper and wit0i type 8vo.






a R N SladWcutt, &c. Aucaiortitis d.231 dwa 5 Amerca 4 teachssl aucr for the Library; winc be and Gauze Pan rsilm
-colether fo mishan w ith o pvry thicfanger Aesisarhrs otffer fr sale the floin ol anspeir To save much trouble, every pupil should have each has just opened several cartons of French Paris Work, in cloth, with leather backs and corners, having gilt vol. 8vo.
either~ fo Wn fmjewr h'htca farmed bsti th d'ct' article of his clothing distinc~tly marked with the ini- which contain an endless variety of Capes, Canezous, titles upon the backs, and for greater durability, cloth Watson's History s
notprobable that anyrby will purchase an establish- r nes, mostw RUSEE ye tineof hi names oardposseos eacom inventory of Collars,' lo hinges inside of the cover f a 2 vols. 8vo.
m ,,o this st tre t is unne y a Wnd. f ro the 2tost oucs -- pupil; ad aor s ears of i
/ -" .. .. ,,- _. I r1e13VM'V Th ma ..Luloat a.l r neoke- Inf-ants'h v b t te re so ab e i.ceLi ray istoco sstofre d ngobes _s ho_.__2ti n J nk














.e. ths so ._ w Aitho t ,eing i,. t .s n ess Win.B.Lawrene Nehothewh Also, rich Needle Worked Hdkfu, high and low The larger Series will be furnished to Schools, Aca- Ingrahi's Mcmonri
it a Iio e en-da p K M adeira, in pipes, half He should also have, as his own property, a set of prices. demies, &c., at seventy-five cents per volume, and -Ben Jnson's Woi
-'o To t .... sold __ roa ..00u do, somer G Which is very ld, a nd brushes and combs, ar" Bible" and a "Book of Coin- Rich Mechlin., English, and French Thread Laces the wJuveile Series at forty p e nts per vol ei sre; which voL.faeo.
-4' ands hyt ai d f m th e l cey jas' 1 000 B ejminylS L S p W the Publishers advisedIl. dnspclare to be cheaper, than a-bilktsrson's Antiqi
nilyoru10imrl.._ gnr and wil e .di7.soses ona _Sepe Ware -.Jo*.hi JcobAso money neddfrtPray9ehrupl,."ds ~n ~s~e eae awo, e a.ltgteorgnUutyadilsrtveo h i-BrnrsHsoyo


have no further use for it.I T'ispropertyiswelliworth ...Exanations An examination is held every Fri- N UNDER GARMENTS-A lae assort any ot see o worsacan be p a e 3 vols. 8vo.
the attention of any" t 1emariW ho wishestos secure .500 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15to day of the divisions under the several Instructersy in I EMN ,ENT A-i-a lar ge; d or abroad, bearing in mindtheir hi, h intellectual cha- Hone's Popular W
*a healthy simmer resene for hisfamily; anr, fhe years old pat imported direct, and part via India. day of th e divisions underal examinationthe sever al nstruct e i',,R-v itn sie, shrta n or abrodeaeecul os o
haa a taste for farming, it wil insure, him a profitable Als, MalmseSerial and Tinta. rotation, and a generaTexam ination of all the diviions Drawers ofalmost every description, sui tacte an4the o can il eun s O
return S-for the time he -devotes to it. Po session ma The finest Pale, Gold and Brown Sherry W ines, in at the close of each te nn. These examinations are resent and coming season -lso Hose and Half grBookcase, to a ho ake t e L ibrare f Lun ee o p a i
.... ..'fo th .im he d o to iose oPo ses io tha The, finest, .. . ,, 1rt io sy at the clos ofk each Librrry a Thes natintiar
be hW 4 immediately.. The crops -on the ground a=d casks, demijohns and bottles. open to the friends and patrons of the Institution. t he dai fdfcrn seas ricAso, soiesn Gloe, Order.slfo to
the fufnitutw of the house will. be included inthe sale. FrenCh Wines-Chateau Margaux, of 1827 and Ehibtns-An exercise in composition and de- vats, Suspenders, Prussian Dressing Robes Orders for tb
.hef rn ~ o thJO HN^ C.T ^ ^ ^ ^^ ra x an la aio ill conclude each of the emi-annual ex- ^g n o SR A .1 2 F lo t p ae G~ e
STEVENS 1828, Chateau Lafitte, Loville, the semi-annual ex- &c., with a large assortment of Hosiery and Under by the agent in New-York. 8vo.
~~l be -..n by, ap I Si' Juli O~ N C T 82 ,C ae auL ften. oil ,Pl erM r a x aminatons. .,t r je8 L U S S E M N 4 ut ns .S a s e r al r
-An further informaion Will be gven by ying St. Julien. o a t i Garments for Females. For sale wholesale or retail
large paper size mono
Any orma Apparatus.-The Labaratory is furnished with appa- at the old Hosiery Store, 14 Maiden Lane, by ALISON'S HISTORY OF EUROPE, from the ldler
at the a, ora CapeJs ship yard, near Wrliam- 50 cases Sparkling Hock. -h ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the se- ap27 LANE & VAN ZANDT. commencement of the French Revolution in 1789 edplates, vo. 8.
burg Ferry. -2 LANE- &m 50N cases. Sparlin Hoc.
u FOR ALRaEse-aHre 200 cases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage. veral departments, and to exhibit practically the se- n undedTa
FOR SALE RalEstate at H 50 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order. veral subjects connected with the course of study. ABLE AND PIANO COVERS. he subscri- to th~ restoration of he Bourns in 1815. y Arhi-ne Hundred Tab
OR A LE, ofea4lr ,state .athas thiHs day received j.larg assortment of bald Alison, FRSEedoaol7
Asii of 54 lots oflan ituatedon the'7th and Port Wine, very rare, in cask and in bottle. Terms.-The terms are $230 per annum, payable be and Piano Covere: amoag which assore 7 and tdis AMo Ioe.
letiA~uz es besem n 7t aB d 1 thteet' Hock Wines--Metternich, Johannesberger, Hock- half yearly in advance. Requisites, such as fu Emboss Clh Table and Piano Covers, amo6,g which are 7 and 8-4 Y Paternoster Row, iles Trave
T ihereinyomMin 70ow00 od of soil lpon them, Rudeseier, and lights, washing, mending, beds, bedding, books, sta- Embossed Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 6, 7 and 8-4 161 BroadPoetical
""-'- -" .... et- ........ -- ... wll bntem heinmer, Rudesheimher, and Leisten. S ^ f^^ French printed Cloth Table anti, iano Covers, 5-6, 7-8 mny30 London itnsPeia
neor which they are we. L P Teneriffe, Lisbon and Sicily Wines, forsaleby tionary, &c. are furnished, and without extra charge. i ed Cloth Tabland iano Covers, 5-6, 7-8 my3Oo
-sold an they now ac, withhl A. BININGER & CO., 141 Broaway. Academic Year.-The academic year embraces forty and 104 Worsted Table and Piano Covers, of all co- ARGO BO
"DAVIS, BROOKS C., six Weeks, in two tez&s of twenty-three weeks each. lors. Also, all sizes and color of Cloth Table and T. & C. WOOD, Stationers., Campbell's Poetic
je1l "21 Broad street. RINNELL, MINTURN & CO., 134 Front st., Vacations.-There are two vacations. At the ex- Piano Covers. jelO 18 Walltreet. 1 voL 8. moroco,
e therlwill8eWall mtreet.S ILvo, 10 Ma morocco,
FOR-SALE Lots of Land, situated on t. have for sale- piration of the first term, there will be a vacation of myl"8 J S' "10 __AMPBELL'SSHAKSPEARE;inonebeautifullh Fosbroke's EnRycli
U is and Go'rick streets, between Rivingto 100 cases English Sheathing Copper, assorted four weeks; at the expiration of the second, one of D ACK AND WHITE LAWNS.-Just received printed royal oetavo volume.- ILEY & PUT- plates
Land, situated on FLEs B
l wis and tGonit ck streets f-eo sizes from 16 to 32 oz. two weeks, known, as fall and spring vacations. by CLARKE & COMPANY, 337 Broadway, NAM, Importers, 161 Broadly, have just received Bucke on lhe Beau
Goerick. On Leisstrelet is a large wooden building, 20 Try Pots, 140, 160 and 180 gallons each Directions-.Persons desirous of placing- pupils in ine case satin, striped black and white Lawns. jel2 from London-
fnenr occupied by the latc Mr. Eckford as a mould 20 bales Montevideo Wool the Institute, or of obtaining further information rela- OLORED COUNTERPA ES-A large assert The Dramatic Works of Shakspeare; with Remarks D. A. & CO. have
loft. On Goeric k street the land is open and a very 800 Montevideo prime ox and cow Hides, tive to it, may address the Princi pai *either personally, mnt oflow priced coloed, loteranes for sale on his Life and Writings, by Thomas Campbell, Esq. extensive assortment
lor yar or sulreet7 bales Nutria Skins; 15 tons Bones or through the Post Office, or J. W. Mitchell, Esq. b J S EET Mien l iv12 The Works of Ben Johnson; ith a Memoir of his f e London Mark
desirable situation.for a lumberyard or building lots. 50 pipes Olive Oil 64J Cedar street, New-York. Circulars may be oh- b .. ",T, 10 Maiden lane. jLife and Writis Ben oh on' a, M i of ofte
Applto DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, Life"and"Writings, sy Rirry Cornwall, roy-l,8rc; con- lure.-
A fV" 21 Broad st. 2 casks, and 12 casks prime Nutmegs taned on application to either ofURTAIN ATERIALS, FURNITURE, CO responding with Campbell's Shakspeare. jy8 UNYAN'S PL
.el2 ,,o wd Snr& o eYk t ,c -, 6 Ba t00 bags Rio Coffee the book store of Swords, Stanford & Co. New York. VERINGc. -JAMESNANTRY TACTICS-A fe etts on hand LEY & PUT
S OTHIC COTTAGE FOR SALE. 500 boxes B. H. Sugars O F IC E R S: Broadway, have for sale a very extensive assortment NFANTRY A f onhn NLY P
L A.J SPOONERffers for sale the Gothic 50 quarter casks Seignette 1st proof Brandy Rev. W. F. WALKER, A. M. Principal and Pro- of every description of materials suitable for Curtains. and for sale by & C. WOOD, Stationer, New ork, and 35
Cge, owed by on the present line of 20 pipes Port Wine prietor; Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, and Evi- Also, coverings for sofas, divans, lounges, chairs, &c., je28 18 Wall street HE PLGRIM
j Henry street, westet heights, Brooklyn, a 12 hhds choice Madeira Wine fences of Christianity. in tapestry; colored hair cloth; ;atindamasks, in me- (NOPYING PRESSES-Of the most approved an; most carefully
quarter of a mile distant fo ,lbe4South eFTy. The 1000 sheets Felt, for roofing Rev. A. T. TWING, A.M., Superintendent. dallions and figures; rich broca# satins, &c., with the tJ patterns, on hand, and for sale by airing the author's
S..:_ .;- u i .nfi xesn lauttrifi anritommandine, ifnn .ia q,r,. ,,1 e-r' .. ..a.e .a A se w T-T WAT.TWA TR. A M MathAtmatic Na. necessary trimmings, cordsds, ta- al, &c.o match; all e19 T. & C. WOOD, 18 Wall street. u.a;l ..... .


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iDdie Cholics; having been tested 0spec
e of New-York and elsewhere, Alho io
Years with complete success.. f
y the best Medicine now in use tionriF.
diseases, and most of the Coughs, .,
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ummermnd al u 'l. Dah tl> "fo ltowhe
the term Dyseateri..) that yearly .*
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perfect safety'--and i' ifahq .m -. .of-shihi
t be owing to a cr noiinepWi- --
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discovered to, e a certain and teeynoltw
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public use, to be indisci ,aely itbellel anle
either from selfishbnoti.es, of a, of O
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rposiionor medical viTJet mqlSZ4ktdA
ever uanmst such decisions .1may ...-
giht they may have, yet th eon-. 10 .ew ."
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rand to reliev;-"e the af '.'"-e
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RLIES & CO., 27 Liberty st., di
Wholesale Agents. tlf Moka, i
'LECTION, &c.- SWORDt. -i ..1'
aCO.wi publih in afewweei k a S
Reflection, a ns w edition, itth wit
sections ; edited bl-Henry Nelson Yle._a'I
A. .. -, a sacheio Ai,
y, Jerram and Wall on Infant Wh'isk ,. ldR
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Prayers, revised by Simeon. Ho- The art
al, a new edition; and several scnbersfrom th
itional character. jy20 .n s For
CELLANEOUS BOOKS.- "
N & CO. Importers, 200 Broad- Rt1 ,,LlO
er late arrivals- liA I/W-,l .
Enraving, 1 vol. royal 8vo. 'de,.J "r. evory
of Scarce Tracts on Civil Wars, spucm..p.es,
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r his Own Times, 51 portraits, 2 -".s, &c.- &c-
o Muished tEngame
tics of Great Britain, 2 vols. 8vo. of. Specting all
y of the Rebellion at Oxford, 6 through .

men of George Third, 1 vol. royal 0 Ans 2 ,
Latiorumn, edited by Walker, 1 250 4Nl n'
with s pi es nd
if the Reign of Philip, 2d and 3d, ders ao ll det
.- shortest notice.
al of Oxfod, plates, 3 'vols. 8vo. "DORDEAUi
1ks, edited by Barry Cornwall, 1 .) Table Clhi
St. Julier-
uities of EgyptL numerous plates, ButailDey-


Chate*a Be
prks, many hundred wood cuts, 4 Scoville-I
i Iaiour-Dq
rmia, 9 vols. 8vo. Laiftb-
in Italy, by Roscoe, 6 vols. 8vo. Haut BSri
Reminiscenses, plates, 2 vols. Latour-D-I
Lafitte.-Do
y, 45 plates, beautifully colored, These Wines
cco, extra, respectable homu
, by Louisa Anh-Twandey, color- are of the first e
morocco, extra, recommended w
les, with Illustrations, 1 vol. r6yal liberal terms, by
je22. DAV
s in St. Petersburg, plates, 2 vels. P. Dfi L
.I.L. offer for'i
Works, edited by Sir E. Brydes, WR
20 pipes Holl
al Works, beautifully illustrated, articleAf Mess
extra. 10 half pipes
opedia of Antiquities, 3 vols. 4to, 30 half pilpe
ties, Harmonies and Sublimities good casks Bit.
30 casks Born
o. 20 casks Boyd
constantly on hand a choice and a casks Bode
of the new and approved works 50 ca Clam
et, in any department of Litera- 2 caewh
jy2O3tis 100 baskets ap
,GRIM'S PROGRESS.-Wl- anexcellentarti
VAM, Importers, 161 Broadway, 24 cases Kit.
Paternoster Row, London, have 50 cases Trie
Also-100 bag
S PROGRESS, by John Bun- 10 casks Dut
collated with the edition, con- ]5 barrels Pa:
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"' [From the Knoxville Times, June 14.]
OLD DOCUMENTS ARE DANGEROUS THINGS."-
'-o.oL. Polk's Speech.)
-Thefollowing letter,written by Col. Polk to Col.
McKissick, late o4 Shelbyville, at the date which
it bears, affords some curious evidence of the way
things are done by "the party," and the great fa-
eility with which its pecuniary wants "are attended
to," merely writing to Col. Polk, or sonic other of
its morn or less important leaders:
S. _-. "NASHVILLE, Nov. 4, 1835.
.' ..,. : [PRIVATE]
"My Dear .:eir'Teave for Washington this morn-
ing. I have: syiid my list of names of persons
Yenidi to isI mSpd without it shall be at great
iAcinoavq hee,'t. "can remember the sirnames of
hjuiijret.' whose Christian names I do not know.
:twiph,,as heretofore, to forward public documents
-to* --sistn and must ask the favqr of you, to
fmrmtid mi a coamptke list of all the Justices of the
Peace in he csaety, with the post office nearest
theirdoience. I wish you to dd-this immediately
and wiThout fad&l.. forward it to Washington.-
Give me also the'etea of all the Constables-and
reh others as youk convenience will permit. Col.
'Ande.rson will assist yoq. LBe sure to send the list
of Justices, &c., so as to'reach-Washington before
the ametiag of Congres.s .
"Mr. Coek, -f this -tellsaj ha purehasu.4
kthe Western 'hfem ponaessi ffon
'he 'Ut 'January. You sifee Oilchrist; Ai06d.
sen Mitchel .-and see that he certainly gets pe-i.
-Mat" at that time. The fact that the purchis'M'
;'beenamW L anfttl, huagiven much uneasi-
Yak to OeNw the poiticiians er t, and from what
learn. [thale no.doubt they would give. any re-
.ambl, amount to get.it back. Cook will, he says,
,Ab-toa'.&ke a loan -to.make the first payment,
4eSfi Wtinw seref^^n uam^rnttt Be ^
se r, friends, and have this part of the bwsidq
Sattended to; for if he fails to tow mldy with his con-1
uetat*eigle day after the time, they will ta% ild-
Swvantage of it. Ydu uavz ONLY TO WRITE T.O ,
F-ANnIT 8HALC'IR.ATTENDED TO.
#Co* will be out, he says, at your December
-r'' I have not tiine this morning to
or Anderson. Willjouw see it'
[-J -y hon the maubject Am LET MB EHEAR raII
trl ge as yoq may thisk it, I have no doubt but
imam"a utwo to one, and I think three to one,. for
VMeWn. Our pplec are satisfied that there is
net the slightest chance for White, and are diasat-
i"d with the pwM! ipive violence of the White
leaderna in this ae;nd sare going iI for Van Bu-
"an an the republican candidate.
"y ItoseviW e speech will be'printed in the
.j4nc- fei Anys ; mid TIwit yoo to see the
Oiiaffpreetian, and request him/from me to
w Ais m*paper. Tell him if he pleasqs,
to dv it, but to pub.lh the whole of m one
&. part be pubtihsd one week, and a part
pi y Ulf lsff u 'b-ai w be Msen. It wl
at (WMCUma, ai paMhA
ferms, sa|M quaJl hundred rWst to 40efo. 'This
e 1014 of course' itwaded fJ ywour own eye., uan-
'.yW ehoo )0 6how i to (ilchit, Anderson
:al w eH aowdentially. Your. truly,
AMZI K. POLK.
wie.ilbita I shall want. them so soon as I get
to Wsshingtea. Yeaours, &c., K. P:
A tI jt 0.1r X. .w, imrld to Mm ye.t-
4, -I M.W te- aon-inlaw o An-
w 0( Mr .cly'sl
..Paem, perq
^ a. leadgl *.. Ac ., ZJK. P."
WA ,,e .",,this letter we
ps BfT JI*,. "'Benll, you


Bi a M,+f*ww, without
qwwpqW wtzz ti MK IB
awu or 19 wajy fRW 9 -SeD :- IT SL
w Th, readp wi & atice -the
Of whipmch ift ain t* 11i.
CW -, iRt. -1 am paichused the' Wim-,
"*mt'o4d m fcin Mr. Van -Bum.
r .l, ing throam-of t people of Two-
Ft d ip. i 40. bell &6reaio.o
of .60-epapk as omnipot"nt ba a Oorn-
WinaSkan to his *= 4- tto the
iWi$ yrditeg (o.Polk,) is
firy But Cook has not the "1ummy
yment." So Gilcbriat, An-
jt44 Nicheg"two pf whom, tie Banner
rbeterid44sih fat Gove t of-
M bon, amd have this p.rt ofbas-
444e-dd so." But so aious sn Mr. Poik
4^ the' matter that he at" length says, Yes
lAcyhe o S. write o ,me and it Mhall be altexden
1o lft for WashMngton thqt. inonhing, so
ilO~uwi~xmi tt.. M wsi~t'l on M**_ st -X*&li -_ Ur_ Van- i.-


r


iof rthe XK in this city, by the B of the.
?Stites &--york, *t Mci~caknls'gichangc
ni t h r
~n : thcUlather
iilike,*w an t wi^ the N.Aaner
ad ingtompanv^ the'mtSl of C'
wit as heretofore, have free currency in our ciy.

-1 4 From the Goshen ,Demoerfft.l
TKiE COMMSNCEMENT,-Nw York and Erie
Railroad.-WCe learn that, on Wednesday. ..iiext,
46 ceremony of breaking ground upon t.heNew
fork and Erie Railroad, in Orange county, willjM
take place in this village. It is understoo'that the
SPresident and Directors of the Company with a
number of Conleractors, .will be present. A coun-
ty mteing is also to be helkat,,the Dourt House,
to hear the report of the Conitittee from the Itha-
ea Convention. The day has bees fixed thus early,
hi order to accommodate the- Contractors, who are
anxious to go ahead,C.as the contracts specify
that the grading is tobetMished through the coun-
by the 1st August, 1440. It will be a proud
day for oetOrange, and will be celebrated with the
usual demonstrations of rejm'cmng.. Addresses will
be delivered, anoa diinnr pr. ovided, on the occa-
sion. Wr-e had not been unished with 'a pro-
gramme of the proceedings at the -time our paper
went to press, but we have been-doAred to extend
an invitation to the emitizens of ;be county general-
ly, and to all who feel an interest in this noble en-
terpe. '*
The Let'ings.-Wre arc ratified to announce,
that the grading of the different sections of the
NbW York and Erie lRilroad, between this village
and the Hudson river, at Tappan, are now all un-
* br contract, with tz; exception of two sections,
(in which piles are :tote used, instead of grading,)
;the wdrk on which will be' done by the company.
'.ptwitha :g the unfavorable impression which
seems to I.4 obtained credence, in regard to the
face of the'p4ntry through which thy road is to
.paws.we are assured tha4 thke cqtracts in this
county hnve beSD taken'g'tabout 84000 less than
the estimates made by,' the 'engineers, and it is
generally pretty well understood, we believe, that
engineers are very apt to estimate below the
mark." The ainount 6f the contracts in Orange
e'county, does not exceed $171,000. This amount
does0ot include the two piling sections. Several
hundred contractors were present, on Thursday
Sand Fridayf of last weel, the day appointed for the
Letting, thie greater portion of which, of course,
were disappointed, though Ait dissatisfied, 'as far
as we couid learn, as only 47 sections were dis-
oweed of. -


ThededthoofoJ6Ride e an! issani4d of
,Ma%.eS" am : -Or ,, s ra
fuired. -They were murdered by the Ross pasrby
of Cierokeei- RoBpoaisJ friends were averse
.hnig.ion ofju at, which latterly the-,
L"i ous ,o,'*""cOi aged, and hence the
fet. wi h isOw- b ltai*.Ms assination. V
ie -Q ges and BNudinot w re educated men;
the latter was for a long period the editor of that.-
most et&ra&dinary of newspapers, the Cherok8,
Phenix. We fear this crime may lead to others
among this ill-fated people.
S' [From the Suarannah Georgian, July 15.]'-
SLATE FROM FLORJDA.
"CAMP NEAR FORT LAUDERDALAE, E. F.
June 22, 1839.
Since the promulgation of the treaty, our camp
has been visited every day by large parties of In-
dians. On the 19th, Ap-pi-ac-ka, or Sam Jones,
made his appearance, attended by fifteen or twen-
ty warriors and a negro. He desired a atipititta-
tion of the terms of the treaty, and professeahin-
self pleased. He laid down the law to the Indians,
and ordered them to understand? nd obey it. The
high opinion entertained of the influence of this
chief is fully warranted by the d-kefnce paid him
by his people, and even by *Chitto-Tustendgee,
who was present.
Sam Jones senti inform me, yesterday, that
he had sent to the Big .Cypress Swamp for Coa-
coo-chee, and thought he would bring himnit terms.
It may be important to inform you that by the com-
putation of Sam Joneog there are 261 Micasuky
warriors now in Florida; and that they and, the
Seminoles are scattered in different directions, and
that the main camp lies at the head of this river,
(New,) which Sam Jones informed me could at any
moment turn out three hundred warriors; an asser-
tion warrantedqy the number we have already seen
and heard of. .tiasid, coreover,- that the treaty
had met with om-e opposition, and it would be
some time before the Indians who inhabited the
swamp could hear of it. ,
Chitto-Tustenugee is the clduief whom Sam
Joneb sent to great with General Macomb.


A case, very important in its, results on the pro-
perty of Americans dying, without a will in Eng-
1ad, has latelybeen decided in that country. Mr.
John Hammond, a native of Rhode Island, went to
England on mercantile affairs, and whilst on his
'journey to Liverpool, to efibark for America, was
killed through the overturning of a coach. He left
about 1000 sterling in England, but no will and
no rehSives there. By a act of our own Congress,
the Cdnsuls and Vice Consuls of the United States
in other countries, are dirbeed to take possession
of the property of American citizens dying there
intestate or without representatives, to sec.re the
same, pay debts, and remnit the residue to the Trea-
sury of the United States, there to remain in trust
for those legally entitled thereto, "provided the law
of the country permits it." In-.tonf6rmity with this
direction, Colonel Aspinwall, our Consul General,
took possession of Mr. Ieibond's effects; and
applied to Messrs. Baringm_#-ompany for a sum
of about 600 in their htdsa belonging to the de-
ceased. Messrs. B. & Co however, declined to
pay over this money 'til "wtex of administration
were obtained, and they e6ul4 have a legal dis-
charge. Application was then made by Colonel
Aspinwall to the proper Coit for letters of ad-
ministration. Thte Queen's PN tor opposed.
The Judge, Sir H. Jeinet ilecided "that the
crown had the right to the property of all foreign-
ers who died in England inteAte." It has been
said, observed the"'Judge, "that British Consuls in
America have the power, ifftIBy choose, to take
possession of the property of Bdtish subjects dying
there in similar cireunmstances, and that thire court
should enforce a reciprocity. But this power .it
given, not by the law of nations; it must be by ex-
press enactment, and it does not follow that thiq
country is bound to follov-the'-example. This
county has not adopted the principle of reciproci-
,y, aild, therefore, the rule is not binding upon the
court. Whether it be expedient to make any ar.
fangemont by treaty to enable Consuls in foreign
countries to administer the estates of deceased per-
sons q. their own country, isa grave question, mto
which the court is niot called -upon to enter. I'-am
of opinion, in this case, that Cul. Aspinwall, as
Consul of the United States, is not the proper per-
son to take administratiuf of the effects of .the
deceased; I am not satii4d that the evidepee' is
sufficient to show that itheadministration ought to
go as prayed by him. T reject his petition."
The Queen's Counsel n*di no claim for the pr-
perry;. nor is it believed such a thing would be
done in aImy similar case. The property wosld re-
main until relatives app _e and took out letters
of administration in England.-[Gaette.]
GREAT SALs.-The DalthnMme American of the
20th instant, saya : "A gentleman of this city who
ha a field of fifteen acres fihedtwhhj crop of flour-
ishing morus mt4icaai fMm sold the crop during
nAP 4---.1. I- M1 .- I .__ n s. .


NAVY DEPARTMEtJUly 11, 1839.
The Boa4, for the examination of Midshipmen.
1gonvened at tihe Naval Asylum, Philadelphia, on
fhe 24th ult. has closed its proceeding, a report of
which was received at the Department, and ap-
proved on the 8th inst.
The following is a blist of the Midshipmen in the
order in which they passed :
I John Cassin Henry ; 2- Win. A. Wayne ; 3
James S. Biddle ; 4 C. R. P. Rogers ; 5 Henry
Cadwalader; 6 James W. Read I Washington
A. Bartlett: 8 Robert Burts; 9 Albert S. Whitti-
er; 10 Richard M. Tillotson; 11 Francis WVins-
low; Thomas M. Mix; 13 .C. C- Willianmon ; 14
Gough W. Grant; 15 C. Vanalstine; j6 Albert G.
Clarv; 17 Henry L. tipinan; 18 George W.
Doty ;,. 19 George Wells; 20 John S. Neville; 21
Peter U. M'iphy; 22 John B. Randolph; 23
JobAStpn B. Carter; 24 William H. Adams; 25
John Smith Patterson ; 26 Francis E. Baker; 27
Samuel Pearce; 2_8 Henry P,. Robertsen.; 29 Btn-
jaminR. Nichols.
Orders.
July l-Ass't $Or. S. A. Mc(reery, to expedi-.
tion,, under command of Comm'r I. Mayo, coast of
Florida.
"2-F. Mid. John Hall, Rendezvous, New York.
3-Comnin'r W. Inman, detached from New York
Rendezvous; and on leave.
5-Master F. W. ,Moores, leave 2 months; hav-
ing been previously relieved fromVW. I. squadron.
9-Lieut. S.--C. Gist, leave 3 months; having
been previously detached from M". I. squadron.
13-Chaplain J. W. Grier, detached from the
Ohio, 74, at the expiration of I year from the time
of joining.
Z Mid..W. SPwann, detached from steam ship
Efbow and en leave. .
7.j-Capt. J. Gallagher, command of the North
ori, 74; to be employed as a receiving shipat
|,Ngw Yok.
Comm'r H. W. Ogden, detached from command
4f thAtfcering ship Hudson, at New York, and
waitingbrdere.

MILITARY rtIpJrTLLIGENCE-Medical Staff-Ass't.
Sur. A. F. McLaren appointed Surgeon, Jung o,
i.csDe (kdat, deceased. Surgeon C. S. Tripler
ordered to resume his station at Ba"lo,1 Leave
W three months to Ass't. Surgeon C. H. Laub.-
AW,,t. Sur. E. B. Wolcott declines bihm re-appoint-
ment. James Siumoms appointed Assistant Sur-
geon.
S2d liragoons-Leave for three months to Capt.
;. S. Howe. ,
*10 Artdllry-K. company, Capt. F. Taylor, has
"arrivetod at the Camp of Instruction.
Id Artilley-Cept1 J. Green 's leave of absence'
extendeqd to lot Oct. Lieut. H: Brooks believed
from duty at West Point, and ordered to join his
company.
Sd Artillery-Continues to serve in Florida. H.
QSt. Augu.tino.
4th Artdilery- Lieut. S. C. Ridgeley relieved
from dpty at the Military Academy. Leuts. A.
F. Shins arid T. L. Ringgold ordered to report to
the Su&gwintendent M. A. on the 2 th August.
It Infantry-Maj. J. Garland, detailed for Court
ma'al,pervice at'St. uis.
4th (nifanitry- ol.. Cutler's r"ignation so-
cepted,, to tAed&ct Slast Aug. Iout. B.AM-
vord relieved n dofat the Military Academy,
ad ordered to "'pi company. Lieut. B. K.
Alden to accompany a detachment of recruits, or-
dered t9 N. West, under Capt. Montgomery, 8th
infy.
th nifatry--Five moathl sick leave to Major
W V. .0bts. Six months sick leave to Capt. M.
6th Infantry-Lieut, J. B. S. T&ddd's sick leave
exteadg to I Octt.

A Torwou LACsM SOouw; ,-i.-We have
Ihmc 1"U6044 ad to say 9M"thf more than we did
ml our O-f yearteiday,m in reilm, to die villain
tapsoht, committed on the 1&th inst. tothe jeailf.
this city, o- a large of bigamy. His name is
Hoabs A. Sampson, of small stature, good loong,
Apparently about 26 years okhl He hasbeen the
the tenant of weyeral jails in this State and aM Ohio,
for his numerous crimes-he has been guilty -of
per-uy, grand larceny, and passing counterfeit
MOM; and to cammxnaute and show forth hisa en-
ti= depravity, he has broken the peace and happi '
es ofqeveral families by marrying into them. In
addition to the two eoasewhick have take. place
kin this city in the short period of \wo months, we
are informed that he has oae or two wives in Ro-
chester, now living, ,mOther in tica, one in Alba-
ny, and yet another in Oolumbus, Ohio.r-[Buffalb
Journal.]
.. LAm + 'AR OEaS.
The following pntotOB i 2 bales and
apwarda, have eagu1 p1d from aouthere ports, asine
October lut, prlinphrito LiVerpool :-
Pi.t New. oae&AShip Noantum, 85&s Br. ship
Dumfrieshire, 25581 ship Queen Victoria, 2557; ship
Con tme, 252; 2 s9 _, 24; ship London,
2443; slip Echo, 20U; ship wanton, 2424,1$ship
Tal, i2a9; ahi.Tarquin2aO9; slip Adiwndaek,
e;ship oe- 2275; ship Coromando, 2257;
.hap Kesington, 2240; Br. ship Henry Bliss, 2240;
hercue aanvn. 2238 : bamue ClvdA9- 211 Ek


murdered, s weflta Johnflidge an& b Ridge.
It says there were three partiwe ande Oxt aero-
kees, and that their differences related art o
the treaty ..of cession and removal, Ia e
. ion of 'intnal government. a f. e
f~'k`4 i s oavejnentioned cI tt head
wasatthe head of a men.
[ p -admittanee. into the fort by Gen.
but $ ierlined unless his whole party was
indbi,, which was refused.


"mkntionl u6w;1u order that the a .. ry comment
may be Lad tre .after ,ofHt and4 its al-
thes -4d^jwieirl^ the tri-
-iimph of the Adhniftii .both in- North Qro-
aP1 Te r TeaL 'u Aujt;
'As e Richn. i. i.Ter ':-"i o .y,
.. .. -I-" -i- T '0 sdk

ilat, it and will re-
sume his. duties as Quatatqr Gneral.
NEw WHEAT ha .ben onMtracted for at
Rochester, it one kiolew per bushel. The price for
several years, has been. from $1 60 o $2.
In the eaflern part of ColumbiB county, the late
rains have, it is stated in the Kinderhook Senti-
nel, done -considerable damage. The village of
Red ltock, in the town of Canaap, has suffered
severely, a saw mill, grist nmill, and other buildings
having been swept pway. Considerable damage
has been done to the Hudson- and Berkshire Rail-
way-miles of the road have been torn up, and the
expensive bridge, near the county poor house, has
bebn removed, from its foundation. The farmers
resident in the neighborhood of Kline Kill Creek,
are heavy sufferers-onoalont has lost 100 tons of
hay. The extent of the losslis not yet fully as-
certained. .


' THE HAxDOME- ErFJNGHR4:--Th Le.uisville
Journal ays: Every week'J. Femirnore Cooper
prosecutes same editor for a, libel. For our own
part we hardly know wlwt to speak of him. If we
were tonsy that he was not q'rpetable as man.
kind in general, he would kif.qute us for a libel.
If, on the contrary, we were t;Itay that he was as
refpectable as maaind i m general, he mgh* not
prosecute us for a Tibel, but "'pankbid in general'
wmul. '- /


r From the Newport (KR.-.) ferld of the mes.J
RBNBgmNDous THUNDER 'Slgioi.-One of t .
most severe and awful thunder storms we evgr.re-
-collect visiting this town, was'experienced herw on
Thursday morning last. Its duration was about
one hcar, commencing at half past 10 b'clock.
The wind at the time was blowing from the south-
west, the clouds comining from that quarter and the
south-nat, at which fatter point of. the compass it
remained after the storm had subsided. For nearly
half an hour, wnen the -.fury of the tempest was
the greatest, the lightning and thunder, which fol-
lowed each other in the most rapid succession,
were truly appalling and terrific. The stoutest
and most, resolute unconsciously quailed and
shrunk at the terrific scene. The lightning during
the stomrstruok a number of placed in different
parts of the'town, and did considerable damage.
To IU*RqvE TH3 BREED OF Hous.-Among the
fashionajble amusements of Ohio at present, is hog
racing. One came off" at West Union, in
that state a short time since, Five porkers were
entered. "
SUICIDE.-We learn from the Times, that Mr.
Frederick A. G. Nicholson, a printer of this city,
committed suicide on Thursday night, by taking
poiason--supposed to he arsenic, bat which he de-
cered was brandy and gunpowder. He has a
mother and sister in New York, and hislast words
exprressed a longing desae to see them before he
died. He was about wenly-thrwee years old, and
had been for some-time pat very dissipated.---
(Boston Atlas.)
.SALtS OF-STOCKS TR($ A^
Reported by 8.J1. 'Wyester, Bsnin, look and Ex-
change Broker, 2 Wall street, '& 130 Iuadway.
25 share Delaware & Hudson-...... I --cash
155 do do.........'...
50 do do............ 69 ---a3
25- do do---------............ --
2 do do ............ 00o'i b
25- do do-......-...... so-b- j s
50- dodoGo.......-..... ., .'
50 do :....-.... 71-b4le
Meo do d.'........... 6% m-a0
so50 Dry Dock nk.......... 2---
so50 do do-..........&.. 1.-- mo
50 do do ............ (--b6S0
0 -do do---------...........
10 N.A. Trust& Banking Co.. 80
20 do do............ 79-btime
50 U.S. Bank-................114 -in Aug.
25 do do ............114
15 -l eaenky Bank-............ 7
S d ...- do............
-- ,do d........... 79 ---s60d
10 do do-.-.......... 79 --cash
5 -. IlljnoiaBank...--..--.......... 82
10- do do-............ @8
15 Oki TrustCo............. 100 -
5 Mpr Canal Co.......... a33
40- 'de do............ 33 '
5- do do............ 33J-
10 Caton Company..----...-..-- 37
65 Patkeasa -' d- -fniml


I TEAMS.
Angr.sT.-The''tsltim"re Patriot of Saturday
afternoon states that tw of the police officers of
that city have arrested.-flim suspected of stealing
the box of doubloons from the packet sfip Duif ess
d'Orleans, arrived here on the 8th inst. The man ar-
rested had been committed for further examination.
He lad the appearance of a seafaring man, and had
passed several doubloons for clothing and other ar-
ticles. A large reward has been offered in this
city for the thief, who was suspected to be the mate
of the vessel.
A Waler-Spou/ occasioned great destruction
along the Hudson and Berkshire Railroad, near
Canaan, N. Y., on Monday afternoon. A deluge
of rain brought large avalanches of earth from the-
mountain sides, and 300 feet of the road was car-
ried away. At Canaan the cars were arrested by
an avalanche of sand which swept down with resist-
less force, nearly burying the locomotive. Much
inconvenience, but no serious personal injury was
experienced.
CORONER'S INQUEST.-At the Hospital for Lu-
natics, on Blgckwell's Island, on the body of Sarah
Rutherford, who committed suicide by hanging her-
self from the iron gaming of her room with a rope
which she fenmed of her bed qAth. Verdict, sui-
cide while in a-.Aate of mental derangement. The
deceased was 'about 40 years old, and a native of
Ireland.
A TRUTH FROM Boz.-" This is a very impar-
tial country for justice," said Sam. "' There paint
a--magistrate going as don't commit himself twice
as often as he commits other people."
FATAL RENCONTRE.--On Saturday last, an indi-
vidual by (he name of Greene B. Musslewhite, was
shot ihthe street, opposite to Mr. Huson's Hotel,
by Mr. John L. Ragsdale, and died in a few min-
utes afterwalrds. Mr Ragsdale immediately deliv-
ered himself tip to the Justices of the Infur"
Court, who, after hearing testimony-in fl '-1'
bound him over to appear at Court in a bp33t. ef(
$1000. and two securities for the like amount.-
[Milledgeville Jour.] -
THE SEA SaRPENT.-Capt. Sturgis of the Revenaue
(utter Hamilton, arrived at this port yesterday from
Cape Ann, having been cruising two or three days in
th.e.bay. He informs us that on Wednesday afternoon
when offNahant, he and all his officers and crew had
a fjir view of the Sea Serpent. The appearance of
this marine monster was such as has been often before
described. The sea wars's the time perfectly smooth,
and 'the Sea Serpent was oply about twice the length
j.lh e vessel distant from them. After remaining in
'sight aSew minutes, he sunk down into the water and
disappeared.--Boawn Gas.)
Jobn C. Maclay, late President of the Commer-
cial Bank of Apalachicol, has been tried and ac-
quitted, on a charge d.'swindling and embezzle-
ment, in relation to thWU" of that Bank.
An incident isjelted in tkh 1 ..iOrleans Bee,
which is without a parallel in d* RUStai of travel.
A gentleman who left New Orleans in.the steam-
boat P)iana, reached Louisville -in five days eighteen
and a half hours ; remained at Louisville thirty
hours, and returned to New Orleiths n the steam-
boat Comte in fodr days and a half-.having thus
traversed a distance of about thzee$t d miles
ir about eleyen *ys and a half. .


declared that the time for tergiversation was past,
and that for acting was oome at last; and that Ad-
miral Roussin was x .the greatest distran, France
having assumed somatina lr.' the protectorship
ofMehemetAli. "'"-
On the 24th ult. no" ihed Vienna from Al-
exandria, to the effect i a.t r had cpmmenced in
good earnest in Syria,and that-the troos of Ibrahim
Pacha fell back from all their positions, fighting aft*
they retreated, so that the Turki*b army wa. eO*
ckapod in the territory of Mehemet A* They
lAkte*io state that 6,000 Egyptians dedrted to
jHafz Paqha at the first oat. it appears thatblhra-
-rAim wa&knot himself present at this engagement,
.iog at the timer atAleppo; for the instant the news
t'trbhed him he commanded the division stationed
Ahq to advance and meet the enemy in the field.
To hre allowed Hatl to approachh Aleppo undia
'furbed Would hare been to pernu him to be joined bw
the divnaiia on anded by the Piche eof Dadand
Mosaul-anz error which Ibrabim is too r general.
to omauit. -
anlad and France must now declare themealses;
a if. they would prevent Europe from being involved
ia Aie blWe of this war, they must act uaniAmouly
wish good faith. No time is to be lost,
The Cotton Market, it will be seen yjthie an-'
nexed statements, was lat, and declining. The
Bank Directors had under consideration the pro.
priety of raising the rate of itgemat to 6 pmr coat.,
but adjourned without doing so. Its actual rate of
5 1-2 per cent., however, is almost unpreceIented,
and caused much complaint. .
A notice from Mr. Jaudon is published in the
Times of 29th June, discihiming, in the name of
the Bank of the United States, all participation in,
or knowledge of, the Cotton Ci, lar which was


Mm E V'EM6e and f f ib eit da9A-
ter, Madam Rdger, S tifa nu Hollhora, New
York; Hy Klonne, .de .f .rs J Preston, To-
ruito, U. C.; Mr Serebourg, New Orleans;MrsFieq_
and daughter, Benjamin Thomas, London; Major Latd-
nor, British Army; Louis Bauime, France ; Louis Au-
nelli, I1ly. V a l" t'
In the brig Billow, from ,St. Ma'5i-tM e f
Swaine, Miss Rt Hitchens, Miss E B Jenkins, Mr
Scott, Jr, C C Lathrop, T B Clark, R Bragraw, J
Prenderies, J Kendcn, B C Ball, and W M Patterson.
In the schr Torch, from City of St. Domningo-Capt.
J Catcher.

POSTSCRIPT.
Arrival of the Great Western.
WAR IN THE EAST.
The steam ship Great Western arrived at 2 o'-
clock, bringing tidings not very welcome-War in
the East, dullness and decline in the Cotton mar-
ket, and an advanced rate of interest in London.
The result of all this intelligence will be unfa-
vorable here to those who were anxiously looking
to Europe for higher prices of Cotton and lower
prices of money.
From the war in the East, consequences may
also result unfavorable to the preservation of the
peace of Europe.
niance asserts openly, by her Deputies, the ne-
cessity of proteoing Turkey agait Russia, which

nation, it is assumed, is stimulating the Egyptians.
All parties, M. Berryer, M. Dupin, Odillon Barrot,
and the Ministers, were of one accord in voting ten
millions of francs, to enable France to do her part
in protecting Turkey. The combined fleets of
France and England, in the Levant, were very
powerful. Whether they will act in harmony. *
mains to be seen.
Captain Walker, who virtually directs all the
operations of the Turkish fleet, has been invested
by the Sultan with the rank of High Admiral.
It has created some surprise at Constantinople,
4ilat the Porte, who has been so poor for rome time
past, appears suddenly to have enormous suais at.-
his disposal.. .Lng standing arrearsts "haebeen.
paid off, and.ready moneyis forthcoming f e"vf
thing. ..
We are-most uiaccountably-witho.ut., 'o
regular files by this ship, and are indebte6l to
Mr. Gipin of te RK4' _t.mi for a ile od'hi
papers-from wbich' -W.tan our intelligence.
tW&Nb, Thursday, July 4.
WAR IN TH- EASr.-We have to announce, on
the authority of letters of the 12lh ult., from Con-
stantinople, that the Sultan his not only declared
war against Mehemos Ali, but .as supreme Galiph
of the Faithful, and Representative of the Prophet,
pronounced sentence of excommunication against
the Pacha and his soniibra imdeposing them from
the 'C rnment -o Egypt and Syria. This sen-
tence. w pronoinSb.-y his Highness on the 9th,
the fetvah or bull of i dalediction being prepared by
the Grand Mufti, after a grave consultation of the
most learned Doctors of the Mussulman law. The
14th being Friday, the Mahomedan Sabbath, the
sentence of excommunication wa to be read in all
the Mosques.
The Turkish fleet left the Golden Horn in two
Mivieions. The finst sailed on the 8th, and the se-
cond .on the 9th ultimo. They were to rendezvous
at Gallhpoli, where 10,000 mariners were waiting to
be taken on board, with large quantities of military
and other supplies. The fleet consists of thirty-four
sail of all sizes, well equipped, and the crews were
in high spirits. Previous to the sailing of the se-
cond division, the Sulta, toligi in extremely bad
health, went on board the 'ihmoudi, the Admiral's
ship, to say a few..*ror'of encouragement to the
officers and men and to five them the benedfqco
orthe rropnfl. r-A fKqAlon of' his Highne was
most enthusiasts.
Among the'Englishmen on board, were Captains
Walker, Conollyh' and Lee, the first of whom the
Sultan raised to the rank of Rear-Admiral. Qen-
eral Jochmus, a French officer, who. sv-ed(th
distinction in Greece and Spai, waf-likewise on
board but though known to b ni ths.oafidencp of
the Aultan, and one of the mainuprings of/tte
expedition, he has declined accepting any reeot.
nized rank, choosing to appear as the friend of the
Captain Pacha. The Sultan having taken leave of
tie- officers, withdrew amid the roar of artillery.
The destination of the fleet was Alexandria, which,
it was reported in Constantinople, Mehemet Ali
had left in a defenceleas condition.
The Sultan's final resolutiounbeing communicated
to the Edropean Ambassadoms, an finperial Firnan
was prepared, which was to be despatched on the
13th ult. by the Stamboul steamer, to Hafiz Pa-
cha, in which that General is invested with the
Pachalics oF Syria and Egypt.
Since' the above was written we have received
Germs. papers, with letters from Constantinople
'of the same date as the above. They announce
that the Egyptian army in Arabia, under Kirachid
Pacha, has entered Bausorah; that Lord Ponsonby


Cotoon-The d f1driad *,
t alo~ofyertc~4eayp ;i
100 without change
JAV'EPOO!19(Y5teNWC~eK^
S,'. Saturday, 20th June.
The demand for Cotton continues very bmitd, 4vi4e
the nauot is freely supplied, and closes. 1avily with
a decline of Id per lb. on last week's o 0
American. Egyptian in moderate dewin X- b ly
supports former rates. -In Itl-I, t6e bin 't eist -
ed, at a decline of to id-perlb. Sur4has faritherb-
dclined j per lb.,'and is iluniited demand. The saubll
the week @mount to 10 balf,, ieAudRi
.and l Beiple for etie5 M e. j
7 a 01


'0-
9 *1'
.4-
-- J
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spin""" <' >d bo ,^ao^ "
ded thsir should ratwo.:A, bs r #01o.
days a we. +At WigRn erea 8,4-i .,w'- ,
entirely stahdmg. the rest, wit Jr of,
one, working short ti0e.--Mgnh. t- ,
Rochdaie Flanel Markt, Mcndap,
wJ have npetwith a ready sale aga i-dnt a. -
Qad steady prices. The wool mafir is m an. '-
tain state. ." :y
Huwde.rsld Mrke, Judy 2.- The market wasu h." -
the same as last week; the same gloom a same -".se "
inactavity prevailed. Neverthelesa priWand d _.'
stocks low, great caution egulating tr e '
both of buyers ano *elems. Orders am st-ae .
oue and extensive for winter gqods. --
stionary in price; a little more bWainea -_ .
wavehouses. ,, .-, *.
S. -P '- .A
-* *^ ,- .
Vessels sp entk 6y Atib9 W* '"'
July 10th, Token, from Quebec, ror vivCflith, .
Trio, do, Wexfi 14th. I exchange pos w h
steamaship ierapo uL at SP. N., 49 a0N., is6 "v'*
miles; 2M0thL Veaer, from Ouenharg,'fr l bM i Yn. t "A
Branches, of Iids; 21tf^lh, k. ?
r- -' *," ." -="f' "** f. :"
LIV" [Per Great We'sl#.9 '" =
LIVERPOOr ur -AnMy rve Isui-A .t. t ,
frpn Now York; Huron, from New Oitnnrui" S
Mrouibfte, from Charleston, aid PyuauSoq' Sn., '
fharltn -o n- -4 -


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sequence of an attemp. police to arrest the,- '- P
called in to assist the p_ .lic .-
but several persons were dau. e :
Accounts from Cpbourg tate, tliat- I. 4
Neustadt has been destroyed by.fire. .'T i'n "
House and mraore than 400 hoaues are burned. .'.
From Paris the d&t are of 3d July. The fArndse,
there are high- The qotatiow on -t 1 dy.a ,.
5 per cents., 111.60; 3 per ces,, -
Madrid papers of 29th Jmui report a uaspi ."c 1.
hostilities, it being the policy ( of 6th July,) of the Generals on both sa ,,sto s "-
out'he contest. '
MONEY MARKET, CITY, Tksrldeqj Jvaaisg Yldp
4th.-The news from dhe East caused. m 'alftooal
depression in the stock markets this momiuag,4d, Uft
tit after the separation of the BanI r direb '.orwk.
held thCei- M .y ,t- y. S iriV:'
prehension of a further advance min the rulae of interest
and discount, w fich necessarily tended to keep dowam
the quotations; but it was ascertained soom hme be- -.
fore the close of business that the charge of 5 per
cent. would not be disturbed for the presea, and
subsequently to this there was a trifling re"tctn."---
Consols left off at 933 toj for the opening, Exchequer .
Bills to 27s. premium, and Basm k t t a
3.--[Mornig Post.] ..
MoNsY MARKET AND OnITY N Ws.-T hawtds,
July 4M--The news from the Easteaned iawn-ad-
dititonal depression in the -Stock Marketsthiii oj a.W,
and there was an apprehension ofa furt a drwa.nm in
the rate of interest and discount, which kept do"n -
quotations but it wis ascertained some time before'' .- -
the lose ol business, that the cha o org f 5 W cmn'.
would not be disturbed for the preset.-(t.] q "
LONDON, Jaly 5,4 past 1. '
Consols which in the morning were 993 amre f
Sso good, owing tosome rdu*d haugitbglb B : .6
iWy.ian demand. RxheqtriW,, .5-.7. = l .
Ssk _mathe.r low, 192-19L- thel uzeave ...
,-tledsing. r, *
a ,uterly return of the weekly liabilities ad an d -.
'"nf te ank of England, from the 2d April to. tb "

Liabilities. Assets. -"-"
(liculation, 18,101,000 Securities, .CgX9.40 .,
Deposits, 7,567,.0 Bnllion, 4_%V :.
COTTON MARKET.- We have had a ver i mar- ,
ka today, and prices cotplinue toha M -An .
tendency. The sales scarcely reaelied '._.
TH E Cfops.-The favorale InUaage* *i .>ha,.r .
has removed the apprehenims which tb bte v ',
rains had excited, and the crop of every UDOssiet ... .'
the neighboring counties a rgeneIy A .., d' '""A f '
promise.; and from the various report which %i4 have '
seen, h ab undant harvest i expected thro"'It
kingdom. The mowers md hayiuakeno-
engaged in every quarter, without aa. X -
labors. The grain pqt adqt..
been greatly forwarded by the late-ra.. '-
derive much benefit from the present ;f' L
Franceeand Ameriea.t..agjricultura. + '+
mogt favorable deseriptiba.


SAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLL.1R3.
LARoE MuLTICAULIS.-The editor of the United
States Caetlte, writing as he sa s, sub tegmines
faii, which he ttanslates into the'shade of a leaf of
the Mdrus--1I by 12 inches--ufferpd little" from
the heat. His parasol was gathered from a tree 5
ftct high, of tUis year's growth.
ExTaAOxDIuARrV HOMICIDE.-Wo copy'the fol-
Slowing from the Crawfordcville, la. Examiner of
the 4th inst. The events, of which it speaks, are
most extraordinary even in these days of strange
things: '
An unfortunate occurrence' toqk place in Brown
Township, in this county, a few diys since, which
resulted in the death of a human being, the cir-
cumstances of which have been detailed to us as
follows: A man named Moses Rush was married
to Mrs. Jane Rush about three weeks ago, and"
upon the first night of their marriage the husband
endeavored to choke the wife to death. She,
however, contrived to prevent it, and they lived to-
gether about two weeks in a very unhappy manner-
Rush beating her upon all ocqasions. At the time
the act was committed,Raush infoptied his wife-that
ihe had already killed two wive;ad one man for
his money, and he intended to k5 her, end beat her
most unmercifully. She be himn not to kil
her till next morning. lie then ld her he would
wait a while, and take a sleep and accordingly
took his axe, and placing it tuder his arm, lay
down crosswise in the door to 'event her es-
cape, assuring her that when hqawoke he would
execute his fiendish purpoe. H] asleep, and
hiwife fearing her desirune.I Id be iievita
if he awoke, seated the a4 am d despatched
hiniby inflictming a m'catal wqunrh his head with
ig. Shes gave herself up to a Jufie of the Peace,
who had her mnt to prison.. was taken out,
however, on a habes eorpu, tied before his
honor, Judge Naylor, who, fromnte insufficiency of
the tstlmou.y, oderne her discnuS.
Public opinion is ina er favof a, juatift' the
act on the ground that it was e4mited in self-
defence. He was about eighty of age, she is
about thirty. .
DEPLORAJLEAND FATAL Dif .-We learn
from the last Paris Tenessean,| JSdge James,
member of the Kentucky sea from the coun-
ties west of Teniessee river, waahot a few days
since,. at Colubus, op the Mil ,ppi river, y
Hopson Binford, the brother of ti anfotunate man
who fell in the affriay with Jam at Clinton, Ky.
about eighteen months ago. Ja"* was not dead,
at last accounts, though there w e prospect of
hia recovery.
The feud between these Sfamin has ben at-
tended, with a bloody and extraeiwary ies of
consequences In the first rezotre between
James and Robert Binford, the ttwer was ki4ed,
and ta he-t,'*fhot tm innocent b "ander, who ex-
pired 'on the spot. Subsequet another affray


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T1enii~aiJi 1,tMi T1irtnin f ucBtr Jl^ker, of ^ NebuMrgh Peucly2, 1839. 5 Thebe. Gardens have beention wllbexrtedy Hure- d^son June P( l~iQ PAKT ~t? hg~y)onhTt 18,83 jrasac arybut av a
Wote mntlj~~ e f woy w b tion : of cDr e.B!i orenalsgf. erui a ,o sn. Ah charms of Mh ublic catrnae ismpa treset, asa mayPNENE bea ene matr eaFIVf tE adfnofSh i&C.adal, Herauflih
icola =j^ i^ TO-ec ~ r~*tahdb joed22aw thisdeligh fu thelt 'ilamRothw o fegt rp sg plyt hsestano oad r cdec n mne orgosblnin rcnsge Hny*W ik
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talnll l.W, '.,. l S n o .n..i. .h a ^ o.-AnSeARen 8ve.monthl o numleo prit .o_ ,tofwb r -=oots ..... esen ial- ois romE. urope no to ts^ me,)Thew verr onast saiin, ann trem a.nd- TA N pern wa n rmedwrlre eve inm ithe atemnton- fre F New York -'ou"d- e
To ^Ahrowui .y t mnwa mnly on ^thC s aedition the du7 ofrme and Amine ,'eaY w it to in theoios ou i be ack, Ca.tain ofe,.. FROMnYOR.et empead. ,_ep i nc.... p, ,. Jume t2 M.t 3 Md







'n kn>(n~~~tA >- n h i re accodin "M -h orderof Sev e t. of the b in v I l diseases incident ofthe So mns'o t .S waill takeg 600Tofu nished eermm tl 00at, theo \/ o in St ab o N'~aei fee o se.I hr 10ec
^yan c-^ wsvw w ^, ^ ., The fo~owing are publ~ted: w a ~ o r s eily t e forl w n trhe umadoard and 0feg t o rlaf whaic, wiot be X5i pe r u ieet,*o toh s hre an so k ys ad tw oc v s ofp al c biT o e w
11111f RI ..llH ria e nc Part A.-Two -,l,- ofist .,< ;m oo weve tfong1r 1-ignt c d r gout n" v a .luab L L 5 S .... ts it ca n t e tose he l a ted a Say oe4 l m AL







'-**'~_p i nrg I- ieon;V& Dat sV or ~lved lmb, 322 cliadwa conthen god Th l e receisvi ed onl boredv fegt unil 'lc ute ecito sdeeduncsap o ep~iee1
B Ig ~ ~ers.toih N .r.., -6 _..._ z^ 48 .- Passatgee..ll _.i.nnedin ethe $TthMarinSlon Saloon 35_ Ibas, or-" -,: $C10N 33;,oran'lff i de o he-siY lstsi mntspa
X.xn hw nd Cambrc D ,monl y. .HEB. .. fes, 86 h6S. Ateward'6-witon.. w .t]
N W a A" s 1 9S Tere mbnowals-enwopa enfrexhbtion, at.orasage i.the too GINIalon,2 ca, 6 o rn $93'3. .....t'25 lt' .... ..
3& wns ab ls'n the,, he -uNewe =Rp...t"'u...d.,j cor.ner of r m heI Proith.meu frm o ay fMee.rcerv _'
nSchr T 0 01! dawayrnave jct rt ceiv W'dd4tio plepantd id paintin,.f Theagetclss Ine e o. lsane, oLierpool I ut strab et, a* i mported" ol ,m-,on -, ~ o tl,: ., % ..
.cl t"o -00ml~ t ." "s.l.id fade of ten thousandeor ac square feaeethp "h fo ... te p.oi...ted,..'__14 c.' l. i. .. ... ..
4DI LAST Do .................183.71 '. 9. th oT--alk R E aFO eOor'
l~tmmltmt,0tJ _] t aj~tm~ meauov~fm ..er l~llv: v tt'.J6 U F L' 'Atwtt ; r, ~t5 e~aoveest~usmem e~nw oen ~r ne rcepion i,,o "ROBE T K RMI'ft: '' thst ... o~aprisdg a Reson n ofg thess monatho be.er e-u.ndayot
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I149 rna Poe n-l CMa r 89e c rH T .: :tm e.. U rmto o il!meetd torn m a K k.BAE. owe~ug h~~ oamh rt o trn at .~yb s aid H d e i:
ri g S 11 Y F PP a, '.Swh m -r n as b e n s id s g e e al y b st r i r h ra c a d s ra l r s d n c u r n t e s a -i o o ty W o w in gT e.a k e h e s r c e v n y in e .o o n a t f rbZ0 id e B o k
I fi I c~ r aa-...j ~ h ed m k i a l ~ g :, _,. . ng i anl. ..sn e A sh re f hep bl cpakeweisso tre f..romt M r. ,C 1y K .ma t r, haf fth aifitf ch a n o n ojH e m n e ri h
18 iV'.se...to -J D "*o Do 34. and -4 Roen, rhs 'bok as e ent te R-I ll. oate." N RE S A,. wd.sw a b ve.. h rrg la a ..'. h ttl ad h iti n l gh s n a t oit,. .torc iv.A frdPr
1 ', ~ l~sedhy =.Y_. speriWd r W,dgo worofth ar, to lanyRe-anw. NEWor htorf Whiapytoteeptnobaro~et aker'smes]frgo ,elnago n e er W Hck
l~~~g.o ,N.e 1 m_ w Yor.k, in8 LM N,2 str oue.IR IN I ST TU E fi .. ..aex-t .t t a aenD LIVEROr O L PA C ..... ... t1 aalr ,ad sl yh mi h sid vd a a e.". a m il. : ..

rigop 21 "i~m1 tromtonns.an th.e pictuteres" given i (No ay Sch oara e eie. I* na g ,z'rfrm ewghtorkasgplttmUi E C .N SA DC K .- emo e~rwh
o~~~~~~~ Pow o ttm ,wura ,.ft .ul Vbi. Reons haiowhether Foreigntamg er orefeens_,&e, my e hd t 4 ca.,.n-, T.e on, o ....eKeloWat ofeplomet.rylsumoaenth.dto L he bjct N hi
B~~z i M1100 0 1 f 40o J smiro!z'i pud(:A a evetf- -S ain r, A7mitBowery_ jy20 3chPaoawmais '. 1gus T heST, ND E .j- .ecat n teswsigtoepo r 'fr- O IE -Bo
i ,ka- eL 14 K T i m D c, 13- r* VIGINA Ne hO l Slaaaw Ifirw o fk m ew. Y ,ork: o eellgm Kn I l~ nt eev
continue0*6 k,,#lefor 0900 roadaywhveajs PL N D PI tO receivedITON 4F 1 ew ok ,igjutrcie arenatt o- I"I"Cer istian. r . ..

... ,Aa,,il .--..'adtheylffer tories ale oin.lots to teoresouiet, o purelvel dsaesiciet oth u an nwn erterfraitln,-ptyo nwnf.ifljjqpl s ferdfm a..I inaesni~ee
v ," -= -':- ,. ... T~ foloingarepub~s' e : a or, epecall te flloinf --heu alboad, t rlens hafopofnssteeSoaolphsstheeiankeo, &yC.d wo;ctaesfiedasownmg. l osee.
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Itng Imm A tv j L a--.rw III.-Ron"eo and Juliet. on next.II --Ro4e.andrmst." pphluyors, scrofula, salt rheum, kmngs evi, canker y ".. .. ,. ,., ,. pply t U ,,---e toct, .n^
a m ~ ml RE'--& ^,f .,~A.ew* l n^ ,O G d-" V.-Love's Labor's Lost.- > .... ifi ow -, catarrh, scald head, dyspepsia, debility, 117 Shippers will pleasesend in ,neir bills 'lading jy20 1m No. 220 Pear street. 7 Appiations
nher, fromlrom ,' t. ad "u Second. ". af" actionss e' sympto ms vi s -as early as practice a0ble" ." CONT RA T R F TH A ^ ',v, l. T.K t
SBOS Jt 19-Ardivelb,"r:Tenedoa, U VI-Henr he Fourh, part I. : .jittma~jaundces, worms, liver complaint, hentorrhhid, Jpt FOR LONDON-The fast Tailing cop- ON THE HARLEM RiVERThecropnetors ..... ,, jtl B
from uit^fl??., 8anl0,t 5r"""^ _:,, VLI..-_Henry tne Four.h',part U. -.-. '._ .felmate weaknesses, fitsor failing sickness, and ^ peredA 1 British brig MAGNET, A. Spark, of the extensive quarries in West Cheter-Couty, at "DAM3LY GROl
.Saa.H -e_. a ;u_ .n. a., .C %,"' imy VJI.-- ry Fifth--wil beready frd.l'lW T ther lease. No Wercuryor mineral of any kind aster, will have early despatch. For the cs paes of the Croton Aqueduet, wod J. ^)aler andGro
S^'-'WSLFlyvA f~y.a-tead"~Nue few ays. Fh_ lays wiloccup Thirty'miiw.-Ay eaelbrn ndrv rseansssfegto asae pl oare odaoeo hepiieeo gih h eust an ueirla,
R lab e L f z"1-. .61 lrolagto Parts.. vR.^ .; ttay coatftt Mrs. Molt with perfect Confidence ad e- .K. L LI S & ,5 S th t. s neo th.wr inte uar on ... [ n w" ys ll F ys Wl.Ocuy l -j.,.a.-,Y. m etaom nervaqus e nses reg, or ae, an pe4 to. -. CO L N & O 6Suh. agree'. tf o" t e work ithe, iv'.r l engeos 0fsn- wht athgn
Apl ay? sla 1Sr.r, .m.q O -an- otherr Poems, adaaLife of 8hakipeare, KW <- t iegpatsnts from 9 A'.M. until 6 P.M. ather resice, sa may be seen oaasortment roe
; Oa ^ WaA/V;bri ... cal igusrationut,,a wella.-her introduetory m 19 Stng street, west side of Broadray.' All fetters ,^^TARIO H HI"ttlesor' -materwilsl as office. Apply to J. GR&EN PEMSON N.B' Famtnes su
oi, = ... w n d6Fry rFouro tstfa1R G6 country (post paid) promptly attededa..to- rr o jy20 t29 pe GIAON O
scboonerirKa'I ,. JapTce WILEYA.PTNAly Iwpprtei4wr c .edicion forwarded to alr pa: ... t"e V-i:ed t "' ti '"-'.al .LR Moa se.
: ^ ^ S ^e- ~r o l ..---, *T-- V,4 ..... .J n .^ .. .. T 0 MOTHERS--W#hose ehi~dren w troubled 134 Fr ontltreet.. CHURCH ofSaint Timothy, situated in Sixth street. t p easd
--~~~~~~~~at ehei Ga m, Aawi, ",on-"bo"w ,," "ha r iteatatat0 "" ....
7_r^ lt ,ei', ...& _"L".' '_,.. tn '^^a-mplme toral ^S J L with weakne of the urinary pa3sage8, 0om b- -, .;The rate of passage by the London Packets is re- between the 2dl and 3d Avenueg, coveriag two lots.- C e 6- pnntd
ayec ra FOR LIVERPOO-L--The uTRor e -
------s 1 L"THERS-W rhen tter aleo -" ThOREUX-uPostiely childrenV% ," Fortte ld U a l t R '- 4' .......tCH RCH-
Alban," o Fovue *TheR4yddr, Newt.... t "fore sal- h Ms O Tteeeerte eae nPhytil.if*an ,T wiL e Iay...... o rfreas hto psae, pl n boatw iepp .. othueo 2


1: Jfohan Gee rge, W t < 'i lft l L iu b E ,s .ltah j.^ ,, '.. Londo "- _4L _.. .O metrf t e r nac > ow ever long s~tanding, !b .M rs upR L VE RPOO .'- P- acke t ofm 13t ,, S.R O ,O M 1CAL ,IN ST RU M E N TS.. .. ,, & c .- .D oo6-4T.ape an
: tBrevoort f 'rMu4^ d e3rl;A- K i ll L, Igkatts, W' i P W IN^S -A52_X .. b oxe rc vedl er .,i .hm ltyl lebrated Female Physician. See lad- B ll lthoAug.g--t e packe shi V RGINIAN, -ra T nsito ~rom London theodontes, troln .. Do Imitation/Ira
*" :lbargwid ~S O2 N^; eo, ,A ;-"- weaknes's of-the urin ap2riyeodtf .a&l Harris, master, wihl sail as above, her re- n."m, sand germany ielescopef aupo., Do Figured Sa
.... ...^'&f ,t SESA ln *ree ChtaOrg a it ovl a d .sin aad ca e .. iel ue y gooo1 Lan ^ R oT rT toE I 74 Sthogt er Mathematiarl andoA, trentotia Booautte r ,
CTrlear ed the celebrated Fem-aTe- Physclan. ^ Bl e,&N;
-."-~~~~~V~ by- Mrs. MOTT. s i roaet rs cam in whohs ng ...... aw 10 he. r i


_'-a" 5" S oWIErY, ^ Ar% ? ANd PnHrI aes i ap .wlar abd sctfrnthe 13th Set 8 Jel7 .- cor. of Bufld 4lp. ,A. oa
S. ..... ouPe, ast oordeaux. S A MA APND PrHO SC.P-ersons trorgled .... Ti
o. lond T lf ow '- ArDT" s- Litdso disast in ,aa kp ad boxeseIown ciced'aterne' A .w,.i ....si disase ca.... meet'5 a FOR LIYRK OT--^-^e B BOMBAuI.u.ES--ntiee biank .E- .Dk a
, i BALT[lt^^jy .' anAVinde Gravd mn boxes. Jj'2 most intsaant relief and speedy cure by applymn to jBynamap*I \ iiA ip pvcpnn BRWS. Donwti
icRitverer.Tmusltdr2 A^-W^kafi mvepl th G rman e by ,rsK. MOTT,.the celebrated Fei'ne Physician'- saor Fi oraesigFsor, te-' "46C street. Do Pid
'' a'nS&^S^SB- rl.P W. M-" HOWLAND &iASPywALL, advertiseme d. ap22iseodtf at ,or to r-,,T.." AT WHOLESALE-F. O r C
OR "A Julv |.4 rr M bhaddeua, Haw- S EY&PUTN mots, O E s o C 6 a rd a t NANT & CO, 81Cedr street, stairs, near .
,*.N aS.,}Y-,', e m e A^"e 4)PFl E .'-'35O bag*prime green Rio.for-sa-leby S0il.xy'*eradcteed by Mrs' MOTT' Female Physician" st., or to E. ?. COfcLINS &CO., 56Souath t. Broadway, hav on hand large stoek ?.fresh ma.u- Witha great, vaie
-! &^S'^ 1i _.lJrt_ -",- fo~ HO\VLAND & ASPINWA.I, ^P2 The packet ship StDDON C pt. A. S. Palmer, factored Clothing, forming "a complete~assortment of ,e by |h pck a -e,
fc V^Pn~r dri .i "', 55 8South st. T -IVER COMPLAINT.--Dr. Taylor's Balsam of v-ill succeed the Rpseius, and sail 25th Aug.- je25 almost every style Usually required fre the Southeru :. 8 f ,- ^f
[^"', -- r.i*7 .. .. ....H Lh ..... CPVAriKt-fN CHA ePAIION--200 baskets land- .I.J Liverwort exerts a beneficial influence upon the -;-' T'-Q FOR -IVE I OOL.-The first class and W esteru trade, which they offer for sale qn liber- Jy1
L!CHML ^y l, M.^._...in_ ^ingrfom over, thereby euri'g many dXseases whch result fro, r coppered and copper fastened, ship CALE- a terms. ,.. JO cT -RY GOODS.--
f-p^N2ork; .ke,-Brlroadway,'-,N. Y., an P- ay OC E & CO. 20 Broad st. diseased iver-Dyspepsia, pa ,,in the side, bow'.el T DO NIA, Captain Coffin, having part of her Q UMfcER CLOTHING AT RETAIL.-The .U Uam street, has
e t LM__o, .-.JH 'i"'w" '^R SEAL SKINSBOO .obcs Island dressed complaEs, and yselane usua result from tXO c.aRrgo enga gIed and going on ord., will be despatchedd to s1ub3tbers wing t re duce.thei stock of S m- fears fr shale, on liber
o Aadw;1 frB w .. ..e 'l I t n B W r u'r seaiSkink, for sale lots to aut purchasers, cause,'andaare ct~ur y this Balsam. It.sould be in for te ab e prt without delay, For freight or pa-merCl~othingwilloffe~r t at upret fo ashnunil 1st Swiss Muslins
... BLaefaer, ouar wi.. "; ... .. HO---ND & --,, w n. ..A PINWA.LL, every nouse.... During te hot weather, nothing can be sage, apply to the Captain on board, at t~e ftOl O~f at- Au~gut,.at reduced -prices". F'. S.d CIN'AN T & CO, .. ons.
fc aARL fTON. Juhry l^-C1e "ed, ship JOhn '-^o ;,, '. Southat. so strengthening as this _mild reatorative. A~ndifpeo- den lane, or to GOODHUEi& CO., 81 Cedar street, uD stairs, between Naswau PrussianShawl


yone person. Phelps, between 5th and 6tn avBfim^-t.-|g['
may be made by letter, postage by Messrs. Lockwood & Harrio W set 47 :
D.. MINOR. tendence of J. Green-Pearson,_Esq. Aliie' B .
;,1834. jy8 2wd&ImCP in the rear on 9th U.,. Appicatiom may -b e t. '
ERIES.-D. E.' EMERY, Tea ing the absence of the subscribe, af j'Ag -'t^^y lt'
cer'142 Greenwich street. has on between 10 and 2 o'clock, or to M?,F-gg (e ".
lump and crushed Sugar; also the Merchants' Exchanu corner tg. "V.juA '-- "
=u superior Ba adoes, Krto Exchange street. W. .' ^^,
annSugar, together with a general jy3 istft ... "'.' : ':., -
-n .. .. .. "{ {IFTH AVENUE, ALB iR .B1' .
Ipolted with fresh Goshen Butter. F-" HARLEM LOT FOR SJl'A'..^^
'Of the city; without charge for Avenue, between 1th street and WaafctltagM y. 12.:
fel8 will be sold sepat"-ely, oseeral Iaya".^ "a ", "'
Ut, LATE ARRjIVAkLS--:Cae eluding the corner tWts,.e. eac *... '- '
e Line, great viriety tson-morth aide of
Saxonies street, each 26 feet 5i nam. ;^o- Lt--t I m it .
-do ,. -, Udeep. .- .
Ak ground Prints F- .ive lots ..Ht Rem., vehry~e fly citaD L ; '_-"'
wy do do te..m. 0f payment made easy-aOil v._,'- .
adow Blinds. With those who wish to build on. hli .:"
Madras Hd-fs Rurchase money can remaln-on o-
Mouniing Prints Apply to GEORGE W. (11. f_ ...1 fi/ "r : .
a, Bishops Lawns streer, comer of Wall-stref-; XT ...A
aconet Mushlns o'clock, P. X 1"'
kd Swiss Check Muslins T IV4RPOOL ORREL C&AL,. M.;. -"
ish Poplins L t The subscribers are dliffhn0.fi m---" m-. fI
4tin Velin s .and Silkt :Sge chesler, L. P. Orrel Coals, of r0t-"lif t&-SHA. L.
SHAWLSf, use, lowered in thae hold. aKiadjzW. M^.^
ob Roy Shawls and Hdkfs, al Pier 14? E" 3. or Yi- ." .
_, ... PoP A T
do d do, .,.. E'.' .
A Cotton 6o .-'do ';- do"40" VI.A : Ev-. %&A--
CoordChnil. Shwl.*and S sale byS^ '.
H19- aE. K. *OT-N C-6,66 *~w^''f^^Tjii
colored and- black Brochee ShtLwls .yl -_ P 1.o^ ^ i^
Lentia Shawls, new patterns DEACH MOUNTA! .pl ,.-Pidk J ,.
ally and- Mousseline de Laine JL Coal, for sale in lrkB~iu 0 iM ala .' .in
cargo, as low as can be parked B I'Nltllyi M
Ay of other seasonable Goods, for and delivered in Ph,]ad'pita, _wyte^.lW .-- .
,by l where, by LAIN e & RA iT IrTr, "-1 -
;"REY PAITTISON & CO.. 250 Waghington, and corner of Rest Bro .daiL "
No. 19 W illiam st,, uGstairs. Gouverneur st. ., W .t",. -'-
wC. H. SAND, No. 1 1South Wil- IDDLED NEWCASTLE 00A, Aow ".
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t r e ce ie dv p er l a t e a r r v d ,a a zl o f N.w.as tl e C o al s ,. .
.-al terms. :F.. ..... .ty
,__,_ .. .. ufacturers, for sale'inlots to uitpmbtasm hi- :', L ..-
and-.Embroiderieslof al descrip. 'LAING WD L ,.
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NEW BRUNSWICK TRAINS.
(From foot of Liberty street, New Yolk.)
Leave New York. i Leave New Brunswkk:
At 0 o'clock, A.M. daily. At 7 o'clock, A.M. daily.
4 P.M. do.' 12 noon do.
6 P.M. do. 9 P.M. do.
On Sunday, the 6 P. M. trip from New York, and
7 A. M. trip from New Brunswick, are omitted.
Fare between New York and Elizabethtown, 374
cents; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cenfs.
S NEWARK ACCOMMODATION LINE.
(Ftof Courtlandt st., N. Y.)
Leave ew York. Leave Newark.
At 8 o'clock, A. M. 5 o'clock, A. M.
9 ." "d 7 1 4 "
1 1 .) "
I s 'asaat do
2 P. M. 10 "
4 11 P.M. -
6 "1 31 -,
8 5 6 """i44
On Sunday, leave New Yoik, oot of Liberty street,
9 A. M. and 41 P. M.; leave Newark, 1 P. M. and 10
P.M .
Nfght Line, (Sundays excepted.)
Leave New Yor.k t. 12 o'clock P. M. ; and leave
Newark af 10 o'clock, P. M.
Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 374 cents.
Passengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket
Offices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides prevent-
ing confusion and delay after crossing the river.
ID' Tickets are received by the conductors only on
the day when purchased.
The Town Tracks in the City of Newark have been
underlet, mad passengers will be carried to and from
the Depot to meet the arrival and departure of the
train for 0S cen4 each. ty27
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL-
ROAD LINE-DIRECT.
Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princ on and Tren-
ton- Through.in Six Hours .
Leaw V New York, fv m the fet of Liberty street, daily.


At 9o'elock, A. M; and at 4 o'clock7 P. i .
Y Fw.0hwoug in both lines, 64. -:
_ae to Trenton, $2,50; to Princeton, $2.
Passengers 'ill procure their tickets at the Office,
foot of Liberty street, where a commodious' Steam-
beat will be inreadiness to convey them to Jersey
City, with baggage crates on board.
Philadelphia baggage goes through without being
opened by the way
ReturningX the. Lines will leave Philadelphia at 84
o'clock, A. M* .*d P. M.. my27
CAMIEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD LINE
"" FOR PHILADELPHIA.


Daily, (Sundys. ) at.7 o'clock, A. M. from
r. N "pier Z ` northh River. .
SSVEN O'CLOCK LINE.
Bysteamboat'tNDEPENDENCE to South Am-
boy, frpm thence to Bordentown, via Railwad, and
from thence zi steamboat, and arrive in Philadelphia
at 2 o'cloek,... .M.
Fare in the bove line, $3. Forward Deck Passen-
gers to PEltdelphia, $2,25.
FREEHOLD AND MONMOUTH LINE-By
-the 7 o'clock boat, via Railroad to Hightstown, from
thence et Freehold by stages. Fare to Freehold, $11.'
TRENTON LINE--By the 7 o'clock boat. Fare
to T'reaton 52. Forward deckpassengers, $1,50.
Fare to Perth and South Amboy, 50 cents.
IRA BLISS, Agent.
WBreak1st and dinner on 6obrd-50 cents each.
YAlVe .at the risk of its owner. mhl8
,/ MODON LINK OFPACKETS.
Pm


To sail on the 1st, 10th a 0th of every nioh..
This Line of packets, will hereafter be composed
of the following ships, which will succeed each other
in the order in which they are named, saiig punc6:
tually from New York and Portamnioith on the 1st,
210th end 20th, and from London on the 7th, t7th. and
-27th of each month as follows: ?
From N. York. From Loud. & Pbrta.
Jan. 1 Feb. 17 Feb. 20
May 1 ST. JAMES, Junel7l .kaine20
Sept. 1) S. Sebor. Oct. 17 Oct. 20
Jan. 20 Mar. TMar.10
May 20 GLADIATOR, July 7 July 10
see"" Thos. Britte.n. Nov. 7 Nov 10
FB1 0) ({ Mar. 27 Apr. 1
Jne10 QUEBEC. July 27 Aug. 1
.t. L0 F. Hiebard, Nov. 27 Dec. I
Feb. 20) : Apr. 7Apr.10
rJuniw' .W LLINGTON. Aug. 7 Aug. 10
Oct. 20) "D. Chadwick. Dec. 7 Dre. 10
-Mar.j0) Apr. 27 Way 1
July 10- SAMSON. AugSa7TSept. I
Nov. 10 Russell Sturges. Dec. 27 Jain. 1
Apr. 1) May 17 May 20
,Aug. 1> ONTARIO. < &ept 7 Sept.20
tDec. 4) Henry Hunleson. Ijan. 17 Jan. 0
Tbese shilp are all! of thelirst class, about 600,tons
burthen .nd are commanded by able andr experienced
aagatorG. nrpase will be talku that-4he beds,
&rc., are of thebestldeacription. The price of
: [ gJiiag.e is ndw fixed at $140, outward for each
.aja^ Which includes wines and liqxnu. Neither the
BBmu- B nor thpw,,rs of these packets will be re-'
spouible for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by
tiem, UneI~julkat bils of lading are signed therefor.
Ap$l w ofI M ELL, MlNTIYR & CO.
aelO ',- ,134 Wer at, N. V.


g.a. i^.]. L 0.. I1VJVRPO4 OLD LINE OF PACKETS


s... G CO., The Old Line of Packets for Liverpool will hen
.17 t..her be despahed a tle foubwing older, exceptingf
MIb. -" whe the ( ta_ g &ay Ift Sunday, the thip wiU a
S^ / S on the-suceeeding dayjri
Sea- A 'rYork .So Ls-
ry, dJul y,11?)Sept.
'%'^ -'~ Nov0 -19The ORPHXUS-575tons--. Jan.
Nsz Mcw u *g G.j;it,. )mUiee


K HQUQK4KFERRY:'
L~n IO ER wiIIpiy on'

aNfyEtWXeR lBarclay strictr'
Jid ken:'Th' "e W "K %--l le-v'Cana" l '
^^ San~wepmwoestrer-ci at the commencenimeit oT Crucla lour auA half
'lOi. a -.L- ot Sa' d hbur,, and Hoboken every intermediate quarter, duriag
.01 5"0d.,the& diy.
'-- fie'tre .e.u The FAIRY QUEEN will leave Christopher street
S~s^t 'dMt coot.u'b their at the eommeneernment of each hour and half hour, and
:i m iS^Sa. s~uff-IW?,&4 0 Hoboken every) intermediate quarter during the dy.
'P. S^ l....... A loat runs from Barclay street until Ilffoelock, P.
ta6 pe*roaom K ,jy2


"^ ^ H^ ^ -UHf~ IgHy. l "J On7 -uda the ,AS I "--
I. w bartsln ll IW NEW YORK AND N W-
*S rt- afrMe6stdand shall ARK.-The steamboat PAS-
04 ou of %e SN.C will mnak?' thr~eetri~ps a
stb~in. Lq~sI New ORK. d Levng follows:
to J il i so|it or sbg NEWARX.
s d ita^g- t 'LK .{,. 'Le Foot.of Barelay st. Centre Wharf.
.... 84o~'clockgfjmf M.6j o' o'clock, A. M,i
On*und ad U m.A .6" 4
E S *V- t SOnu ndaT y the PASSAIC wila ffieave-
fif67Dbl^ ~tv&i Aido.Ia* v10 o'eloek A. M. I 7k o'clock, A. M.
F. t5.A. d. 5 P.M." I 3 a P.M
Qtvo' *s Fver re '8 cents myl
.-: ;'l~ dplo ,lt-.bpa rem NEIW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD,



"...* 4dw- .mmtig,:;i.. w "^T' Oi and F after the 17th day of June, the cars will
^ Jenoti leave the City Hall, Walker street, and Harlem, at
-' sah, smrhall o'clock, 7, 8, 84, 9, 9 s, 10, 1, and 12, A. s o ., and
"mi W-- -lllt~thmxers et-o'clock, P. M., and then every half hour, tillSo'clock.
"4'I .4_.r-._Oa.ldri, Ibat CITY HALL AND FIFnEtNTrH ST. Lpre.
ntl' h~f~s, ware The Cars will leave the City Hall and Fifteenth
"$c q t t thq lsl ^ street every ten minutes, from 7 o'clock; A. M., till 8
re-- ie.r c l Pck P K M
-"- uV~l' '~ll n.. swe The following re the rates of fare :
=r dem C-yM-il FromJm
,notices s Toia afte at. h 1 etha. To Yorkvilue, t cr ts
ft 3welldl'eav eet e Yorkvi'.lle, 1-8 eta. Fifteenth st. 18 aeta.
.. o'clock7,89Forty, 1 ]condst. 2 ats. Forty, asecondst.la cts.
.4ru ,.o o' kP a M n, 25 eera. City Haft ll, 25 ets.
Vsh" NOO TeFare% Sundays between City Hall and Forty-se-
fI 1rstfthabove oemd greet and intermediate places, 12 cents.
Se7 J.S. WHIGAM Superintendant.
1 t o present the ,f -te.....a :
IsToFifteenthie theth .NEW JERE RAILROAD & TRAWiSPOR-
I"~ r '""Iae'ife"hTATION COMPANY.
;V .e ,ith!ll, 2 ts

.... 'r C~op~dssaoSer. Neday, Elizabetetn, R aiway, and New Brunswick.,
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PACKETS FOR HAVRE-UNION LINE.


To sail-from 'New York on the 8th, 16th, and 24th,,
and from Havre 1st, 8th, and 16th of every- moh -
From New York. From Havre.
Mar. 8 ) April 16
June 24> Ship IOWA, (new) W. W. Pell, Aug. 8
Oct. 16 Dec. 1
Mar. 16) (May 1
July 8 > Ship L. PHILIPPE, J. Castoff. < Aug. 16
Oct. 24) (pie. 8
Max 24 Ship BURGUNDY, D. Lines. May 8
July 16175 tns. ept. 1
Nov. 8, 750 tons. Dec. 16
April 8) (May 16
July 24> Ship, RHONE, J. A. Wotton.- Sept. 8
Nov. 16 1 (Jan. 1
April 16t Shin DUTCHESSE d'OR- June, 1
Aug. T EANS, A Richardson. Sept 16
Nov. 24) Jan 8
April 24 T June 8
A 24 2 New ship VILLE DE LYON Juo 8
Au. p -16 800 tons, Chas. Stoddar ct. 1
Dec Sja Jan. 16
May 8 ." W June 18
MAy 248 Ship FRANCOIS st, W. C. JOcte
Dec. 16) Thompson. ( Feb. 1
May 16) July 1
Sept. 8 Ship EMERALD, Win. B. Omrne,< Oct. 16
Dec. 24 (Feb. 8
eMay 24 Ship SILVIE DE' GRASSE, L. July 8
Jan. 8 > Weiderholdt, 650 tons. Febv. 16
June 8 (July 16
Sept. 24} Ship POLAND., C. Anthony. < Nov. 8
Jan. 161 (Mar. 1
June16) ( Aug. 1
Oct. 8 Ship ALBANY, J. Johnson. < Nov.16
Jani. 24 .. Mar. 8
These vessels are all of the first class, and ably
commanded, with elegant accommodations for passen-
gers, comprising all that may be required for comfort
and convenience, including wines and stores of every.
description. Goods sent to there subscribers at New
Ydrk, will be forwarded by these Packets free of all
charges, except those actually incurred.
C. BOLTON, FOX &6 LIVINGSTON,
s26 22 .Broad at.
LIVERPOOL LINE OF PACKETS.


To sail 'from New York and Liverpool in the fol-
lowing order :
SFrom New York. LiverpooL
Ship INDEPENDENCE, g ,7 ept 25
Ezra Nye,ec Jan. 25
Ezra Nye, (April 7 May 5
ci;, n r-n' Sept. 71 -,c', t.' 25
Ship ROSCOE, p 7 -Oc
JO. C. Delano ..(. .0 May '7 June 25
('Oct. 7 ,Nov.25
Ship G.WASHINGTON, 'OFeb. 7 No 25
~eb 7' H Mr~ < ar. 2
SHy.Holdree., June 7 July 25
Ship SHAKSPEARE,. (Nov. 7 Aug. 25
-: : Edward Coell, (July 7 Apr. 25
These shiptf are al of the first class, ab y,tcommand-
ed, with elegant accommodations for passengers. Thi
price of passage from New York to Liverpool is fixed
at $140; ad from Liverplooitq New York at 35 gui-
neas, including wines, stores and bedding.
Neither the captain nor owners will-be responsible
for any letters, parcels, or packages, unless regular
bills of lading are signed theiefor. Apply to' .
.RINNELL, MINTURN & CO.,
Agents 134 Front at., or
WILDEST, PICK$R4GILL & CO.,
sel8 Liverpool.
NEW LINE -OF LIYVERPOOL IPACKfS.


To sail frontNew-York on the 25th, and Liverpool
on the 13th of each month. .
FROM NEW-YORK.
Ship SHERIDAN, Aug. F. Deeyster, 25th May.
Ship GARRICK, "Cap A. S. P l&ier, 25th June.
New "ip ROSCIUYCapt. JoiCoqlins, 25th July.
-Ship SIfJgONS. Capt. N. B. Palmer, 25th August.
-FROM LIVERPOOL'.
New-i.fp ROsCI.S, 13th May. -
ShiPelDI"QNS, 13th June.
Shipr S IDAN, 13fIth.July: ,.
Shjiip GAtRJCK, 13th August.
T' sphipsw ae-all of the first class, upwards of
1iOdlbopa, bult in the city of New-York, with iuch
impuements as combine great speed with unusual
co it for passengers. Every care hl bee. taken
in the arrangement of their accommodations. The'
price ofpassage hence is $140, for which ample stores,
Sinuiding wine &c., will be provided: These -ships
wmi be commanded by experienced masters,4 ,*triwil'
make every ea lttiona to give general satisfaction.-
Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be
accoantble for any letters, parcels or packages sent'
-r the&, uatless3 regular bilUs of lading are signed
therefor.' For freight or passae, apply to
E. K. COLLINS & Co. Southat. New York, or to

WM. & JAS. BROWRi & CO., LiverpL.,
Tt* har., a f-oa na r- ia l k1 n h L^.^. 1 .A-.. -


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NOTICES.


S"*p'


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tachments against uon-aesident debtors, that an attach-
ment has issued agaix*t the estate of Soulet, Vignie
& Co., a mercantile fim doing business, in and resi-
dent at, the City of Ne Orleans, in the State of Lou-
isiana, and that the 'aa* Will be eld for the payment
of their debts,,unless ] appear and dicharhge such
attachment, according | aw, within nine months from
the first publication of his notice; and that the pay-
.ment of any d*bt duE to them by residents of this
State, end the delivery.,othem or for their use, of any'
property within this St,.te belonging to them, and the
tranafei of any such pro trty.by them, are forbiddeni by
law, and are void.
Datedthc fourteentli'Ay of June, 1839.
.. W Ma PLETON JOHN SON,
je_ Slawyn5 4-At' %for Attaching Creditor.


oURSUANTto a
County of Kinj
persons having claiJ
of the city of Brookhl
sent the same with ti
sey, an executrix ofu
No. 89 Sands street
county of Kings, on
next. I
Dated Brooklyn,
E
jyl3 law6m J3.
B Y orderjof the I
Judge of the C
.and County of^ewi
suant to the provision
meant against non-re
"has issued against k
dent of the City of ,'
sylvania, and .that th
ment of his debts, un
attachment, accerdii
the firstpublication '
ment of any debts du
and the delivery to
within this State bel|
any such property l4
are void. Dated their
^ W.|
-jy11lawtim.
AT a Court of CI
York, at the Citsy
July, 1839.
Prgaent--William '-


,oader of the Surrogate of the
Notice is hereby given to all
sainst James H. Halsey,.' Jate
mi lti.county of Kin.s, to PwM
- rs thereof, to Elia Hal-
ddeceased, at her residence,
iA e city of Brooklyn, in the
-bfore the 18th day of January
r County, July 8, 1839.
A HALSEY, Executrix,
IDIT HALSEY, Executor.


Ible Michael Ulshoeffer, First
ofCotnnon Pleas for the City
S notice is hereby given, pur-
(the statute authorizing attach-
R'at debtors, that Sn attachment
idateof Richard Barker, reasi-
Blelphia, in the State of Penn.-
|imenvill be sold for the pay-
she appear and discharge such
dlaw, within nine months from
ibis notice; and that the pay-
ihim by resident of this State,
-or; for his use, of any property
ing to him, pnd the transfer of
HU, are forlden by law, and
ithhay of July, 1839.
tPLETON JOHNSON,
oey for Attaching Creditor.


icery, held for the State of New
of .N ew York, the eighth day of
MrcClnn Vinn fb.>ndaii.-. -r


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'NEV YORK AND LIVERPOOL PACKETS.


W The prorietors of'tbe s'-veral Linus of Packets be-
tween nNew York and Liverpool, have arranged for
their sailing from each port on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th,
and "th of every month; the ships tosuicceed each
other in' the following order, viz:


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These ships are all of the first class, and ably com-
manded, with elegant accommodations for passengers.
The price df passage from New York to Liverpool, is
fixed at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at 35
guineas, including wines, stores and bedding. Neither
the captainii or owners will be responsible for any let-
ters, parcels or packages, unless regular bills of lading
are s4ned therefore
* Agents for the ships Oxford, Nprth America, Eu-
rope, Columbus, South Americh, England, Orpheus,
and Cambridge.
GOODHUE & CO. or 64 South at.., N. Y.
C.-H. MARSHALL,
BARING, BROTHERS & 'CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ships Westchestcr, Virginian, Sheffield,
and United States.
ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st., N. Y.
T. & I. SANDS & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ship Shakspeare, Independence, Roscoe
and George Washington.
GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
134 Front at,, N. Y.
WILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO. Liverpool.
-Agents for the.snips Roscius, Siddons, Sheridan,
ad (arrick.
E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st., N. Y.
WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool.


> .1-
NOTICETO CARTME$1 TO RENEWTHr R
LICkNSES.-Estracts from a Law "entitled
A Law to regulate Carts and Cartewn," passed the
10thdayof August, 183-.A
See5. 5All Licenses to. Caitmen shall expire on the
last Mondaiy of July fer theidate thereof.
'Sec. 6:-Every person on receiving his License as
Cartmen, shall pay to the Mayor, for the use of the
city", the sum of two dollars and fifty cents; and up-
on Athe renewal of any eartman's license, such person
shall pay as, aRresaid, the supi of fifty cents.
In tonformifty thetewith, $he Cartmen are hereby
required to renew their Licenses at the Mayor's Of-
flee, City Hall, to commence on Thursday, the 1st day
of August, 1839, at 10 o'clock, A.tM. four classes each
day in succession, to wit 4,
CLASSES.
Thursday, August 1, 1 2 3 4
Friday, do 2, 5 6 7 8
Saturday,' do 3, 9 10 11 12
Monday, do 5, 13 14 15 16
Tuesday, do 6, 17 18 19 20
Wednesday, do 7, 22 23 24 25
Thursday, do 8, 26 27 28 29
Friday, do 9, 30 31 32 33
Saturday, do 10, 34 35 36 37
Monday, do 12, 38 39 40 41
Tuesday, do 13, 42 43 44 45
Wednesday, do $4, -46 47 48 49
Thursday, do IS, 50 51 52 53
Friday, do 16, 54 55 56 57
Saturday, -do 17, 58 5960 61
Monday, do 19, 62 63 64 65
Tuesday, do 20, Class 21, Hay Carts.
SThe following rules are to be observed by the Cart-
|men : -
| 1. Each Cart must have the number NEW and plain-
.ly painted on both sides of the shafts, with black oil
,, paint upon a white ground.
2. Each Cartman on the day designated for his class,
must appear with his horse and cart at the northwest
side of the Park, ranging in a single line from the cor-
ner of Chambers st., south, giving a space around each,
in order that the Superintendent or Inspector may
examine the numbers and conditions of the carts, &c.
3. Each Cartman must produce his present License,
in order that it may be renewed.
4. Every Cartment who shall neglect to appear on
the day designated foyiht Class, or shall appear with-
out the number new and lamnly painted, as directed by
Law, will be considered .as having relinquished the
business of a Cartman, and his License will be an
nulled accordingly. By oider,
SJ. H. WARD, I. M.
New York, Mayor's Office, July 15, 1839.
jy20 tau20
N OTICE of application for the discharge of an in-
solvent from his debts, pursuant to the provisions
of the third article oftheArst title of the first chapter
of the second part of the revised statutes.
Theodore Clark. Notice first published 24th June,
1839. Creditors to appev before theHonorable Ro-
bert H. Morris, Recorder of the City of New York, at
his office, No. 5 Nasaau street, in said city, on the
second day of September, 1839, at.9 o'clock, A. M. of
that day. je24 lawlOw
DY order of Washingtom Hunt, Esquire, a Judge of
lNiagara County CoUirts, of'the degree of Coun-
sellor at Law in.the Suprtme Court-Notice is here-
by given that an attachment has issued against the es-
tate of Jonathai Gilbert, non-resident debtor; and
that the same wifl be .wsd for the payment of his
debts, unless hlie appear 'and discharge such attach-
ment according to law within nine months from the
first publication of this notice ; and that the payment
of any debts due to hra by residents of this State,andthe
delivery to him, or ati her use, of any property within
this State belonging to him, and the transfer of any
such property by him, are forbidden by law and are
'void. -1'
Dated at Lockport,' the 20th day of June, 1839.
I I..I.- SAMUEL BROWN,
je25 law9m Attorney for attaching creditor.
iTOTICE.-Al persons having claims against ED-
11 WARD R. JONES, late of this city, deceased,
are hereby notified to present the same for settlement
to the subscribes, at his residence, No. 738 Broadway,
on or before the tenth day of December next; and
those indebted are requested to make payment forth.
with at the same place.
Dated Now York, June 6th, 1839.
je6 law6m ISAAC JONES, Executor.
B[2 order of Michael Ulshoefter, Fk'irst Judg 4t' the
Court of Commonr Pleas for the City and Coun-
ty of New York, Notice is hereby given) pursuant to
the provisions of the statute authorizing attachments
against non-resident debtors, that an attachment has
issued against the estate of Charles R. Briggs and
Moses R. Munn, residents of the State of New Jer-
sey,'and that the same will be sold for the payment of
their debts, unless they appear and discharge such at-
tachment, according to law, within nine months from
the fiwt publication of this notice; and that the pay-
ment of afiny debts due to them by residents of this
State, and the delivery to them' or for their use, of any
property withi-4hi-Sthtu-belonging to them, arid the
transferof any such property by them, are forbidden by
law, and are void. ;'- .
Dated the 19th day of April, 1839.
LEWJIS M. RUTHERRORD,.
apl9 law9m Attoirey for Attaching Creditor.
DY order of the Hoaorable Williani Inglis, one of
LI 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 attachments against non-resident debtors,
that an attachment has issued against the estate of
Samuel A. Belden, a non-resident of the State of New
York, and that the same will be sold for the payment of
his debts unless he appear and discharge such attach-
ment, according to law, within nine months from the
first publication of this otcee; and that the payment of
any debts due to him bfresidents of this State, and the
delivery to him or for iis use, of any property within
this State belonging to him, and -the transfer of any
such property by him,' are forbidden tr law and are
void. : '-
Dated the 30th day oMay, 1839,
S' -i" SMITH BARKER,
my3 lawgm Attotey for Attaching Creditors..
B) Y order of the Hoai'able Michael Ulshoeffer, First
-L) 'Judge of the Couon of Commbn Pleas for the City
and County of New York, Notice is Itereby given, pun-
suant to the provisir6 of the statute authorizing at-


Maps of every State in the Union, Section Maps, Prepared and sold, at whole al& up b sit
Mitchel's Maps of the United States. subscriber at the Bowery Me4ilp-iStoe,*6 m,. .
Law Blanks of every kind and other Blanks. New York. nwl '
Writing Paper and Wrapping Paper of all kinds for. E N ._E BE G E
sale iy the retail or quantity. ENUINE BEARS GR EA -F-lr i ".i
Check Books-A4 splendid assortment of Checks on the growth of the hair, and parting a betl .P
all, the different Bals of the city. and glossy hutmre to it, far superwrto aaypier;.aW
Blank Books of every sort and kind, made to every plication. The seperiorty q( this Oil ovrer.#yjmi
aite and ruled toany patten' paratios for iadueiqg the g"th of. t6 m ir A 0a .
'LithographyT.-he bs.cribem. having at a great ex- ieratlly acceded to by all who hIa.4 'u 4sit, 4 1W.
pense fittedupl their Lithographic are now ready to pts pa glo r to ,the ai, eugp iqft -.:
execute at the shortest' pteible notice, aloordhrs -in and flexible, and exentidg theM- iaflga iivMf, ;
the above line: Such a'Circulam, Drft s Bills of healthy actih. To pewitu. aiwa bi d .M.:
Exrihnge Notes, Duparns, Maps, Panma, rl* ,and ness or other caumem, the yql..ipl,
in a manner equal if hot superior to anyOjft ebOf will seeoon produo a n of its "ww"-.'
lishme4 of the kind in the cit:. W scriber has Jut recev 6
a.- -or ca article, uknestljl n Ma id c
A rk, at the City of New York, on the eleventh Zore, NI. Bower.. -
ay of July, one thousand eight haidrd aind thirty- .... ___ -


nine- .^ : .
tPresent-Willam T. GcCoun, Vic .Cn6e.llr 4f
the First -eiruit.
"William H. Robertson vs. Ebenezer Jesup, Juni*r,
ett .
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of.thia
Court, 4hat the defeanta, the Bank of Massillon and
the Bank of Michigan, are institutions situated out of
this State, but in two of the United States of Arerica,
to wit: in the StatesofMichigan and Ohio, 4j E-
cers reside therein. On motion of Gerard NWVR i4 ,
of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered,'tht the
said thi Bank of Ma IlIonand the Bank of Michigan,
_cause their appeal to be entered and notice-there-
of to be seveil wi four monthsM from the date of
this order; nd in case of 'their appearance that they
cause their answer to the complainant's bill in the
natire-ofa supplemental bill to be filed, and a copy
thereof to be served on the complainanti's solicitor
within forty days after service of a e ,y of said bill,
and in default thereof, said bill may be taken as con-
fessed by them; and it is further ordered that with-
in twenty days the said complainant cause this
order to be published in the State. paper and in i3e
New York American; and that t*e said publicationte
continued in iach of the said'papers at least once in
each week for eight weeks in succession, or that he
cause a copy, of this order.to be persona*y served on
the said The Bank'fMasaillon and the Bank of Mich-
igan, at least twenty day before.the kine above pre-
.scribed for their appearance py.
,JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
jyl2 1law8w* [A]
trri Tclfln A flflt, r %flnt wVnrm-n


ere s E o o t hqr f 1 ada, tro. onmnibW .
ena. Alto, Eagle Gpnwowdermr iOawm '. "--*
. Dupoalt R araowder im cle '
quciter and stroner tlm any ol ,-
heretofore unpoed. The4 ti t
Powder are alI of the same "be anufae- "
tred by the same puocess, m hB4 eal o
purity; they differ oaly in shemiitoLea -. i
Superfinie Sm~ring Povnder fcMON& rf B ixes,
the Ivgestsm gram beiag dgad bi label, wh '
fttare .. : ''. '
AJlo, Gunpowder i kegs wqranted sta 4"
quaMyt-fthefou-i.:. .
Cannon, or Mk.its ,,' *iam '-
OP, MP p .,,
NP "NP-. ..a lp.;',p-'."
These three last kinds are
ing 4-the quality m a aafctured r "
Navy. They answerhe het aM ..
account of their very grearst.ilta, .. -' .
..^ ~CARY % ^ ,
uP7No Powder isrwarrair i d eaiftrms
i purchased from owur agegnts,-t&or* % i
to be supplied by them i- .- .' :
.J.. DPONt, DhlkrwOin ,0:
Wiliongton DeL .


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S NOTICE. .
NOTICE of application forthe discharge of a in-
solvent from his debts, pursuant to theprovisiooa
of the third article of the first title of the fifth chapter
;of the second pairt of the revised stattates ,
Benjamin Mooney. Notice first published June
28th, 1.839. Creditors to appear before the Honorablel
Robert H. Morris, Recorder of the City of New York,
at his office, No. 5 Nassau street, in said city, on the
4th day of September, 1839, at 10 o'clock in the fore-
noon of that day. je28 lawl0w
IN CHANCERY"-Before the Vice Chancellor.
Martha Hicks vs. Mary A. D. Bruen.
At a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York, at the city of New York, on the twenty-fifth day
of June, in the year one thousand eighltndred and
thirty-nine-
Present--William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this
Court, that the defendant, Mary A. D. Bruen, resides
out of this State, but is a resident of Frankfort, in
Germany, on the continent of Europe: It is ordered
that the same Mary A. D. Bruen cause her appearance
to be efatered, and notice thereof to be served on the
complainant's solicitor within nine months from the
date of this order; and in case of her appearance, that
she cause her answer to the complainant's bill to be
filed, and a copy thereof to be served on the complain-
ant's solicitors within forty days after service of a copy
of said bill, and in default thereof, said bill of com-
plaint may be taken as confessed by her.
Andtt is further ordered, that within twenty days
said complainants cause this order to be published in
the State paper and in the New York American, and
that the said publication be continued in each of the
said papers at least once in each week for eight weeks
in succession, or that he cause a copy of this order to
be personally served on the said Mary A. D. Bruen, at
least twenty days before the time above prescribed for
her appearance. (Copy,)
JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
Paterson & Winthrop, Solicitors for complainant.
je28 law8w
AT a' Court of Chancery held for the State of N"w
York, at the City of New York, on the twelfth
day of June, one thousand eight hundred and thirty
nine -.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor ot
the First Circuit.,
Isaac W. Arthuir and John H. Brower, vs. Caleb
-Barstow and others. ,
It appearing upon proof by affidavit made in this
cause, that Christopher Adams and Whitall,
defendants herein, reside out ofthis State, and are re-
sidents of New Orleans, in the State of Louisiana;
and that Thomas Land, also defendant-herein, resides
out of this State and isa resident of Jackson, in the
_.State of Mississippi; on, reading and filing affidavit,
and on motion of Robert J. Dillon, Esquire, solicitor
for the: complainants, it is ordered- tat the said de-
fendants cause their appearance to be entered herein,
and notice thereof to be served on the complainants'
solicitor within four months fromtthe date of this or-
der; and in case of tieir app*r-ance, that they cause.
their answer to the complainants' bill to be filed, and
a copy theredf to be served on the complainants' so-
licitor within forty days after service of. copy of said
bill and notice of this order; and that in'default there-
of said bill of complaint be taken as confessed by them.
And it is further ordered, that within twenty days
from the date of this order, the said complainants cause
this order to be published in the State paper and in
the New York American, printed in this State,'for
eight weeks in succession, and once at least in, each
week; or that the said complainants cause a copy of
this order-to be served on the said defendants person-
ally at least twenty days before the time above pre-
scribed for their appearance 'herein. Copy,
jel8 law8w [A] JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
N OTICE.-A general meeting of the creditors. of
David Carver, Aaron Williams, Luke White and
Ricks Robinson, non-resident debtors, will be held at
the office of Joseph G. Masten, Esquire, in the city of
Buffalo, on the 20th day of September, 1839,' at ten
o'clock in the forenoon.-Buffalo, June 5, 1839.
S E. W. KIMBALL,
S FLAGG,
JOHN MASTEN,
jell lawtsep20 Trustees.
IN pursuance of an order of the Surrogate of the
County of New York, Notice is hereby given to
all persons having-claims against Alexander Sydleman,
late of Preston, Connecticut, deceased, to present the
same with the vouchers therof to the subscriber, at
the office ofWm. M. PeO(, -No.. 60 South street, in
the City of New York, on or before the .25th day of
September next.
Dated New York, the 18th day of March, 1839
ANGELINE SYDLEMAN,
mhl9 law6m Administratrix,.&c.
3URSUANT to ah order made by the Surrogate off
X the city and county of New York, notice is hereby I
given to all persons having claims against the estatal
Silas Judson, late of the city of New York, deceait
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 JUDSON, Administratrix.
mh26 law6m
BY order of Daniel P. Ingraham, Associate Judge
of the Court of Common Pleas, for the city and
county of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant
to tIh provisions of the statute authorizing attaclments
against non-resident debtors, diat an attachmentt has
issued against the estate of Joseph W. Walker, anon-
resident of the State of New York, and that the same
will be sold for the payment of his debts, unless be ap
pear and 4,scharge such attachment, according to law,
withinn nine months from the first publication of this
notice ; and'that the payment of any debts due to' him
by residents of this State, and the delivery to him or"
for his use, of any property within this State belong-
ing to him, and the transfer of any such property by
him, are forbidden by law, and are- void.-Dated the
8th day of April, 1839. SMITH BARKER,
a a Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
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IN CHANCERY.-Before the Vide Chancellor.
Catharine S/mitlih Barclay --vs. Mary Annahi Pell,
Ferris Pell, Gertrude Pell,- and Laura Pell, Thomas
Barclay, Henry Holam Barclay, Delancey Barclay,
Walter Channing Barclay, and Cuthbert Collingwood
Barclay.
In pursuance of an order of this Court, made in the
above cause, bearing date the' fifteenth day of June,
one thsand eight hundred and thirty nine, all per-
sons having any general lien or incumbrance by judg-
ment or decre,, on an undivided share or interest, of
shany of the parties in the lands and premises set forth
in the bill of complaint in the above cause, and here-
inafter described; and All persons, parties or not par-
ties to the above suit, who have either a general or spe-
cial lien or incumbrance upon the shares or interest of
"iezaboye named parties or either of them, in the said
lands and premises, and of which petition is sought
are required to produce to me, the undersigned, Master
in Chancery, on or before the twrmtieth day of August
next, at' eleven6!loek in the forenoon of that dayj4at
my office, situatr number three hundred an thirty 6ne
Pearl street, in the City of New York, proof of all
such liens and incumbrances, together with s tisfac-
tory evidence of the amount dwo t6tton; which lands
an4 premises are thus beita"-: .Ad described,
viz: All that certain dwelling house aid lot
of land, now know as number twenty one
(21) Bond street in the Ninth Ward of the City
of New York, and also known and distinguished on
a map of ground in the Eighth (now Ninth) wardof there
city of New York, belonging to William Israel, com-
piled by -Edward Doughty, City Surveyor, on the
twenty-second day of February, 1825, as lot number
sixteen (16), bounded northeaserly in front by Bond
street, southwrsterly by an Alley fifteen feet wide;
southeasterly by lot number fifteen (16) and northwest-
erly by lbot number seventeen (17) on said map,contain-
Mg in breadth in front and rear twenty-five feet, and in
length on each side one hundred and fouteen feet and
-*r inches, be the same more or less; togetherwith-the
riglt* d privilege of the saidfalley as laid. down upmon
the said map mn coanon with the other lots entitled to
the use thereof, azsfet forth and deflated in a certain
deed poll, authenticating thfl said map, bearing date the
thirtieth day of April, 1825, and recorded the same day
in the Register's office of the city and county of New
York. The division lines betweenthe-two sides of said
lot and the adjoining lots numbers nineteen (19) anid
twenty-three (23) Bond street, being and -rnning i-the
centre or iniddle of the.brick walls which divide the
'threehouses'frmi front to rear, and the sitid walls being
party *a ls, 'are to band may be used and enjoyed,
upheld, maintained, repaired Ond(ifnecesary) rebuilt,
as party walls may lawfully be used, enjoyed, upheld,
maintained, repaired and rebuilt. Subject to a just and


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W INES, TEAS,, AN,9. f9C$RlWIk.- I flh *UI ,ihUWR
4Winn-Msdeira-Wetyfca, .G 3.anit SVf .lrttwflSTS nW%'tli re~t UUDT~uf^iOB-r>.
Le1'a, Howardc March & Co. CA; liwkbUA Jia h cs'iSDULb4 5 0
others, in casks, on drought, in demijonb, a 4 eaTled. t4 rfa( xae relspe sf uS l4 I.I
Port, of the most esteemed brandh, ia cakj and W bned teo the Mdical Pwfp.amoni aLOB its
demij*ons; also, of extra quality, bottle Sherry- p=tc, apdlabeern apracincalembit f._id.Facuty ,
W. Duff Gordon's, andPale, Brown, and Gold, in Physic 4 yeau; for the last 39 in thkutyf Newo
casks,!draught, and bottled. Rhine-Rudesheimer, York. His practicefla .beiug flBt .ihe
Marcobronner, Steinberger Hochheigner, Johannes. has log confined to b ar.oular branuqfq.oXt e,
berger' Rauenthaler, Sparkling Hock, &ce.; also, the which |ingages his prootumd attention,:. .a Vn.e-
Moselle, Brauneberger, and Scharzberger. Bordeaux neria JSorbutus, Scroful., Elephanthsais, i6,
-Chateau-Margaux, C. Lafitte, Latmor, St. Julien, shorR, all disease arising romn a,viatod a of the .
Pauillae, Leoville, with other Clarets, of various blood.' His e2perienee is very great. ,H U .e.a-
grades and prices, in cases; Sauterne, of various tonishhg_ IA niany thousandsM.f c(A c ifd to
brands. Burgundy-Sparkling and still; Chambertin, his care, of all grades and every degree of nAlignancy,
Volnay, and Romance. Malmsey, L. P. Teneriffe, he has, speedily restored his patients to healthand a
Lisbon, S. Madeira, &c. Champagne-Heidseick sound constitution. .
Grape, and various other favourite brands, pints and He autions the unfortunate aint the ue otf
quarts." mercury. Thousands are aomanmy rmeiuulalme % ot .
LIQUORS.--Brandy-Otard, Dupuy&Co., 1827 of life. See that your case i er"adcate. upatchoed
and'30; Champagne Brandy, 1815, '25; also, bottled, up. The learned Dr. Buchan epi.r-I))y obe.j"s
superior quality. White Brandy, of high proof, for "Married persons and persons abodt i .b e Aued,
preserving Peach Brandy. St. Croix and Jamaica should be particuliarX cautious of those afflictionA.
Rumn, bottled and draught. Bay Rum. Scotch and What a dreadful inherntance to tranaw4oit to m "
Irish, real Malt, and Monongahela Whislkey. Gin- Persons afflicted with protracted and dapl.or 41e s0.
Holland, on draught; London -Excise, and Cologne geed not despair of a complete' recovry, 4 apiym ..
Gin, bottled. Arrack-.Absinthe, Kirschenwasser. to Dr. Home. Recent affeaions, whp a ocaLre, ."
LIQUEURS AND CORDIALS, of every descrip- without mercury, extinguisheia a Ce* d What
tion. Orange, Lemon, Citron, Canelle, Menthe, An- grieves the Dr. is, that xpmy af&ctedit 10d of taking .
nizette, and other Martinique Cordials; also, Curacoa. his salutary advice, have recouMe to dlyise4d w it -
Maraschino, French Annizette, in baskets. Rasp- where there is no responsibility, and the.eomgoem en
berry and Cherry Brandy. unknown; by such means, throwing awa yljesr money,
MALT LIQUORS.-Brown Stout, Double and (where they vainly hope to save.) 1 d for .btver
Single, in pints and quarts, small packages or other- heir constitution. ; -
wise, best brands. English, Scotch, and Philadel- Persons who may have contracted Miaeas r sus
phia Ale and Porter. pect latent poison, are invited to makeJalpLim to.
ROSE AND PEACH WATER, bottled. Dr. HORNE, at his Establiashment,' ,t U4 Fjhota
SYRUPS.-Lemon, Rasperry, Sarsaparilla, Gin- street, between Greenwich street and P e'oasy.- A
ger, &c. residence of thirty-two year in New-York ift, ha.
HAVANA SEGARS of very superior quality, al- radically eatablishedDr Hone'soascka eftet*r-Aterling
ways on hand, in quantities to suit purchasers, honor; and based on real respetbl adsii. Dr.
GREEN TEAS-Imperial, Gunpowder, Hyson, Homne offers to his patrons a sure guaa ,tee. '
and Young Hyson, in cannisters, caddies, half chests/ Offices for separate consultations. Puientas 'can
and chests, selected with great care from late im. never come in contact. -
portations. Attendance until half pa, t in the even.
SBLACK TEAS-Orange Pecco, Flower do, Pou- No Letters taken in uinest post pai. c ity let,
chong and Souchong, 'in small boxes, or by lb, half ters must be handed in. ,:
chests, and chests. Stadtrumm curatapudr m- sislur de t4"
COFFEE-Mocha, Java, Manilla, Liberia, &c. -Horace's 16th EpiFtie. .. ..
COCOA, in shell and prepared, in small boxes. P. S.--As long as Dr. Home desires to, benefit't"e
Cocoa Shells and Beans. public, it is proper he suld con-etinue V1 adnrts'"
SCHOCOLATE-Zealand, from the pure Caraccas ment for thegood of straagers, asit is wellknown people
Cocoa, spiced; also, plain. are extremely shy in speaking of ceases of a delicate
PRESERVES, of Havana, assorted, and of the nature, even where a physician is .'e-mianently suc-
East Indies. cessiful. "-
FRUITS-Bunch Raisins, in whole, ha* mai. "a- AGN MOMEtTh VEymfW4WT-A .
quarter boxes; Figs, in .their seasons; Bddeumx .l Preventive is better tIa 'a noS
Prunes; Citron; Sultana Raisins; Zante Currants; Pmedisalnosrevtive nbettertamn A"-s
rune.s; o._u __ _._: medical observation totetr eat eLsm;gr
Princess' and Bordeaux Almonds; Grapes, min their general confined' -the e eric o xtib ot Ph
season-'.g"n" -. --. --y he x -= hi-:,.- ,
seon; aicia : *. t i ,. sians fall ages andccomutriefa,- cMJnes 4iUpre im-
FISH-Sardines, in oil; Anchovies, in boxes of prtance to the wholed human triii*-A-io Wme _,t
one dozen glass4jrs; Herrings, Dutch and Scotch, r-ai- of the- most ifficult--,d iacu.-,irs "c.aamaphn-aa
pickled, in kegs; also, smoked. Salmon. soused, originate in neglected col&s s climate so vasi-ahe
its season, p.icked4' nkits. as ours, where the chanpa of weather preI-frt fealy
SAUCE S and *ETCHUPS, of almost all the va- sudden and unexpected it-req-re more c sad at-
rieties, E english and French. ,t-.0, tentio n ,i guar. a in ti ,s dnso .,, m t --. "
M^S S^^ v~l~h -^ .n tention th.guard agajnrt this'daoeeaggs enemnyto 1m-
MUSTARD, French and English, iw pots bottles, 'man u, n mosttpeople imagine, or ea ,.,ble ai
'and lHElb and 201b kegs filingg tbeow. Theilof mortality exhibit S
,CHEESE-ADduble.'Glo 'er, Cheshr-, Scab. ber, i.melanchojy fact that the pboortion ofAcaths by tu
ra a.'iease are asfive to one. -11naM1h then, p -this
HAMS--Westphafia Virginia, Newbold,- &c.7- ,o a n i .-disease-i inr owie
Tongues. Smnked Bee c. Luly and iddeiadncesttheskloWthe w" i -
SUGARS-St. .Croix r, behalf barr e o s ieneled ynsiieans, aito fc ti pto tykla- B ,
otherwisee. Porto Rico; whit4 and brown H avana; o e riber. to be bl e ,d-t o er t t alxwh nay o ...en
fined treble, double, and single Lump and Crush m nn ve habits, or to se .0,1ted 'with ds.,essi-n
bats haf barrels, or otherwe. coughs, colds', asth as,-or y affection of & -bres.ta
CA*DL ES-.a-NewrBedfrd and patent Spew, laid lungs a reasoifible pre ~ of relief by
Mould, a d Par"io'Wax. celebrated" Streigthenicg Plaster They Z s-
OILS---Sperm, offthe finest quality; Salad in bas- used over the Uadte s for she l.t .
kets; or Luca In e m s and at retail. and have ev -. w hri e tven ...sai s-ifacd

and have ev81T U 'iven satakfibi. h9 -,
SOAP-Old Caudile, Bn and White. criberhas
SPICE ,.S -M ace, ut ,ul Cloves,-Ctmaamon, and ,,mriber Ohas had ,the ,,su ,,f ,A at hem
SPICE S-MacN .V1 number of yeas in this city, and of the -a- 'I



Gige- Wht, l4 an vay*a nnePepper.awy htte hudsad rstmco-io tsK
PICKLES- Eng alondFrench, i gallon, ha w ns nt have used therally bhs b e. ,--d .a ,
gallon and -uartjargs, anmd rted i ga lo n af plaints. They are as patr. nized exutew.el, 'y .
gallon anduaBrtn jers, a dsorted. do do medical pryofine t el p-ieenba:bl there emisa
OLIVE S--French and Spanish, of fine quality. teligt physician' r inthwew thwe hesitatea o.
117 This assortment is varied and increased.
These articles will be furnished, delivered n sanction them by his name and intue.&, when made
,... ., ... .. -,- ,- maecquain'ed with their oompoaiion. The nui .... -
any part of ihe city, on terms as favorable to the pur- acres thea have effeted arc womp th a o inalo e-
chasers, ma tqos of'first quality carhbe obtained else- e ad they are efctearee wonrthanu-x--- a sh.e a4 -
whereinthe ci t"a4ye thus afflicted. Persons .whoe. b ai1 o a 'eq
m... case .. ,, RHA WL &.3 Brod y. that they should stand or sit much, orilae- of oedeat .I
"0 INES, &c. 500 dozen Madeiraof vanous brands tary habits generally, who are t4.ibedw ith c
an0doa vintages, from 7 to 60 years old. weakness n the breapt, 10 m o. hi n_ art ad-
100 do$ Brown Sherry, do do dow. doe vised to try one of these beAW. plbste -s mhey are
100 do Ptale t-do do. o do d o o e essentially different from &11 otfst&im -.f ee fmom
100 do Port, of superior quality. -the objections which am m det rtt l
500 cases Claret, including ChateauMargaux, palmer ly. ,arein milot ..,liamum.lsji t*i *tos
Margaux, La Fitte, fr. Julnie La T-our, &c. ask for aseau a lwp t
100n cases Sautee4 Lynch'a, 5arsac, &c.
100cd MneGre withlia es awdc aoi reensi p. y
100 do Burgundy, Ronanee,.o ti, Chainbertin, &p ltes, ere brong to become me of 1.e trd
100 do Heritago, red and white. r, re dies of the..-q, as ty, l direun matd i a to the -
100 do Cote Roi e, nAd other FrenchWin, ues. good sense of allinelhat w eoml, 'd t the low
500 do Chnampagne, C cquot and other favorite price may be obtained bya..Thr st d i' a ,
brands scientific manner on the l116 u* -will -
i00 do Rhenisht.ocldcnmer, Juhannesbeger, Ru- mnot stains whitest iirsad %l .E.
desheimer, Marcobrunner, -Liebfrau*lch, 0 do ifortt one m -fey am p ft e ,
h &c.M oselle. with large and attoseetve ih tadw bi will keep i1 any.
100 do C roaahto o --
S Uand 1Dry Lsbon, Maa, St. L a, c. l per order, and a lar m made to Are. whup buy




N ~o-2 pipallste, ofdeB frtd t sale- u 'i Co tro sellgain wieht eid e m irfrecwb4 kl the
and eilgnelAe; ola Mountainoew and o is t Wqakity; subscrclra who-ea- j i roior, alk 1 ri tute
Peachnada White Brandy; E.ast ndaraAt-ack; 81hmb, Ea de hetore, qlea.'' ",. ';- -
Metheglin; Old Jamaica kum;Old Gin, and a whose -cci- e -ttNh'I.t3
plete assortment of Cordials and Li uors, say Mar- Sre Ears, o vrbp orea i, S co,-
t-ique, Cote.St A r u o M, B...' ,, end tui. A t i. prely Clea d wh n
solio, &c blac 'n- s o a Czs ....inedT.. -wi_----idh.- rwa--b.Mhte p a a ol-
The most of the above for sale on draft as well as-in .etaghere e ..ldit, l ir
bottle, by BUNKER & CO.. 1 Maidei lane, ml lnou front the srye f-.th pl .ersdrt. s and ty e
,TATONARy, BAK BOOKS,. LITHO- gagen.o~a P heathe sposicrtn

T0^, w_, r~ rx u.--v. j u. i, "t i byl" u taing this ayrup in -4lw 5 -yl e r
No. $8 Wall street, offer for sale--d B of .. ... k professa, give. it a deided.rewer .- 4DBai5 te-..
Swan Qt ls-A large genasortmentalo thfrstquity most celebrated Panast ea deilfa andeit- n
by the hundred or thousand. P m a Bw others whose infant --akeepit free /wtie. a=
Steel Per oPerryian, illot's, Windle's, andoiler -Sore Ears, or Weak Ey'es."' an '-- n
kinds. mende d to use it....itipgcLuuei4"j"acj when
W afers-lie.d, black .and mitxe~d colors of all sizesr ombnend Wift Seid~lt or tdt a ccl.
trnprn dtb n MtoSas in.n geabebv.g.usd*t~il ~c ,.
Wax ,-Supe t rir English and .American, of various= it wakes a very~pleasant Sammel 1uk mad an be
colors, used with advantage by most persons at any tlm"I
Ink Stands, Wafer and Sand Boxes of every kind 'is prepared from the best flondr &rh~a*a-itj -
_and pattern, bry the dozen or-retail. -cordingro~the meet aw ed foils and great c u
,'.Maniffo~ld Writers, Travelling Port Folios and Bank has been .taken to keep it _free fro Is sriues-sa l
Note Po~rtoliosfr Broke~rs. _. .. obnoxios admixtures. ". .. .a.' .a '


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