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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 25, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: New-York American, for the country
Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
Succeeded by: Morning courier and New-York enquirer

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VA M"USE.Ofvhoin 7 are -resideati of the el' y of New Yt:plan has been received, begs leave aai obrn t to ~co ~,W~,d~e~ ael~ SCHWAN&COheaseecople-nbal leidfice
*.gtfe..^.fgain. to** bring~t I W soon bond, ors^dT 14"ifir sale low
Iin-,j- g m,_,b/e 14 we residents out 'of the city of New thenotizef.that portion of thWbhc who desire for -_SJ. S. FI ',, 10 Maiden Loris 'of himself and hi partnr JO A A. of.
thi d cal^e^ t ^ r" te &s *le*hrit dutfor s~f^ Botn hasP5F5fy^
'rawim a blw- Tall. ""their sons a sounded practiol a-nd hristian" educate 4 wa a Yory I o rrd -ti.. o ose,
.,-- ...-"d ssosao Ya seodtimettheCae oftl tate Newsi i n-York hisoft
S. h. .10 a.e Mereb t Th id Yea.- he first term of the third year of e, i om ee o theN
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f3 .Are'Cushiers .the Institute will commence on Wednesday, the first ttoseoae twslngteaiTye raedytChneorbyhchteadspti1ytnd
3areCl erk ......s of May next, and wih materially exende, ---h fe th of B Su meb Goodds th seuy .3h rie.ti. of.g ay is A ousir, t nes D otr u
'-~~Aa de of th m~mw." '-5ar te ei stc of Sun=*. Goo .an very reducedUomelos Atres corT
.5 are oher pursuits in almost every department. Essential additions have cp o a.d Solicis e o, A i a
$5.Of hese, there are insured for year and over 6 been made, es mially in the de artnent of Moder 1ren. rrite d cone rerisrmits ntermddng wio ther. d ,s o. H_ K
_pertinent in" s t ,, Yte... r12an r o a D0. -.
..,there,.3 are insured for 7. years 1 Languages. Te instruction in French particurly is PFart. satin srinp ed Musihns- at e Dro
3al Pa. 7 o there are inmhed fr lie, 3 the best that could be secured. hallits and rouseline e ate rm o qusng thep
", '--Fit fo'Buildings.-rThe buicr f the institute are now Paris Embroideries, of the e-west styles. fi,. or ANE & CO.. or any eta de to the said to.leave New-i




.1Bi. .ljM^ J1l1 ti* .g H^ ..Jsu ;xd~l iedldna.Tep^ do .15 bulig lany Kgoods no outherorit'o~ra^ Sb whihadbehssnere ac^^
21. all completed, and were'ectd for the purpose to S in ted printed Ca"Stt osge t yo the fr peios othc, na ofeth his proneea
.oi u lBios Of tKiedtliefe are ins l ,$1 000and uder 2 which they are devoa d. Thy .w, acus, Rich-plain ad dl-ur. .-5- a ree nt of tehJn eP 83o9,in the sd .o e th e estesonsai
.97'P I--UI.*'W, u --a- e there e a insured far$5,O an under 16 and sightly;adre dupen a conve e nof lan, Jet and blue bL*kBoiulmu4 aand( apes,&. n c ne"orwihteoko.hisad n nol aumeo B e hsto1
-e/t- ^PW- ..^ !sam ins*aurs8i0lO0.ap4 under and a neatness of style, whichare no exceeded. They I1n. d5 NbT, the par there eor
-- 6 9- r .. R B ... ova and7. 254 Broadway.or July 23, or o c o Ne -Y r
DM a$Mlr-iG^ #.ez, p4tead dItsb r. comprise accommodations for fifty ?upls, rooming Y j 1w 24 Broadwin. d posing of oneore ed
re "';" .. .. oatdia n.r- plairs-for the Instructors-the lgrtcipal ud the AS.T. pgo ....l fe to on i res of t hesi frroe dso o i Btohe ct anri
-'i...- 1, NICOLL, Secretsary. '.I .-a General School Roo fcitathi _'Roems i..ART & CO. invite t of the-S Lad ed an f 'ifnterfr' w te ss of the sd ,ai, repltay fandi
~~&~ti~e~aaddedre~ag.'O15~fof he N 3k. STTE jfpIU.~ -a frnading Row-:-in-a Labomrariy-and a Chapel. to their asortmnt of~uhimwl mn wbch. goods bythcopantsorehrfhniorhirahdnerf






gr^AnDiaaA,* a~fi^dixmedtcar. 5ao Ui RObSTAT.9on .ill plan 7 f Fu-weU reuae hita fml;frtetme meaeni.l (RYSEEYWLY UNM m
~ ma1 tuot cl t.hse of its size in New- Capenr C ?ANbe No. Wall at oeatioited-he lbtaon is unsurpassed for heahi- pre- Writ or servs o8 froay New tor any of TO
,AD. '. .l.l. JATsimn wanual e.eos0ioheld at the ge ee ofSthe-C ThessNoa. 5i5 Walself and beauty. -leU is upon an eminence in the sub- 10 b.k filled square 111" em fr enerine .n an eaui .tat e .E
on iee 3d da ou ne, 1839, the low g gentle urbs of the eily, securing, by its -retirement and ele- 1 gren do do d6- l00 for the of takiza possession of said and cit at the solpi
--- ; pany, onos gh'dd*om,13, h blwa ete
a irf- .men were duly elected Directors for the ensuing yeas ivat mOn, a nee afd heat. y.atmpsphere, and command- I white do n do. 2HR A effects ithe fromi the Gs sre. hL wiol rfer)
,L".,a ,tll. Do, .lig l~lg tag awaste. sive and delightful view. It is quch Rro' I ealet do do 200 The undergned gies this notice for the purpose will fuly susta






rrrwts r~yno o W.H'CONL. e AESWLI. etrendroer oivto thdue pupituls toschavge anon- 1dod duty d- 25l0 of apa-sn*g all" persons hau- busien s transuacti6ons eiattied s and
., -- John w Ebeneser Culdwell render i unnecessary fo t p thaor ublve any conr I do do dai f us tra tions at t edr aln
....ae Via l e' t,for JoJsn R. Willis Morris Ketchum section with the city, except, en occasionally per 1 do do long L0 withthe firm ofF. Shwann Co., that said Chri Tucker maut
,".- S"il" Hiacks -. Joshua S. Uaderhill mitted b th e principal, for social intercourse, and pur I white do 150 -ian Klug has no authority to transact any i which hae
Rbrdle onh aaer Cy cornel Char laCesiCromwell i p tesn osifiess. I do do ir 200 ness, receive any monies, ordo any act for, oroa and which for
i e^i5ti --.l 3u.ten po8tynonth Jamesa "de CrneliuGW.Iwee ...T. rounds connected with the estab- 1 do do 250 behalfof, the said firm of Sehwann & Co. and als, ofnaturaltee
mce. of Saqi-el, Boyd, E-q. Bnjame u r- KneMw for rereatioR d amu.emen ..-.... n a.2 rich do do d .- 350 or collect any mones for goods belonging or consigned Testimonial
wM .M:tetwi .....pli-Th ,A ti ti iHsenc awrence EdwA. Wri TeaesThe stut ions varied on by the Prin- 1 do do do 400 to said fi, and sold'y him in his individual ame. Boston.
ef. rot aie. Sthen Van Wok _imn cipal, and assistants of character and experience in I do do do ': 500 FRED. SCHWANN. e
b Ar tigofeet,) by. 10 Isa.c .Fro.t Robert B. Mintum theprofession. r.y27 257 Broadway. New 1ork Jul 23 1839. E G Tucke
S ea .i Pt square, withpar it ODerD s William Bradford .ues gn.-Its design is, to impart a thorough and lENCI FANCY DeOODS, AT MODS- R72 Th oe th s ry om
tiiew ,i^ rrt- o i~o -iare on the A W eod Thomas W. Pearisall practical education, upon decidedly Chhstann princi- PRATE PRICES. 'Dt8tan e )-Strangets F. Achwien &, wih rema oed to 6Pine st. we B in p
r-and. and .pea0.13 and ptated fur- maWenis ilas Wood.Tom% ples ofto unite sound learning with pure religion. t A few L2
t e Pme rtrket, be- fur. Bem Benais W tong Sorged dllas Woodnc visiting te city, will find a "')siTsIn'S Fa- j3'18 L23tin
t. D odSro2 wh Benjamin Strong e Dnd RtAeriment.--- is conducted un the .Dry Goods" StoreA LNoN A. 231 [S way ,1 aa, -a DR
grand, ada, .m&M iomp fwnitsai., being equal- George Huassey RobertH. Bowne p plan of weU regulated Christian family; fort e time, American Hotel, an entire, a m$lete assortment of 11Nnd nia- ,F,.
,to a'a o thi recently bi houe of its size in New Uri F. C r Albert woodhul thme adopted.home of its members. all thevariousNGe "n DRt y loS.o New F ue batu lStandn A "'ElN
u ym ma t v i w r e e have Just
Yo -mdapia ciipql.ete oeb--with a Jarc James H. Titus (-rge B. Smith The Prinrcipal, regarding himself in the place of a Dr7 Goods suited to the at sueh prices ae of A sRE kD,
,, ..1 q-- he a.-Mi a of the lts. Ternis Sagm e1ui C. Paoson. pInt, e ncourge,- s a free and open .intercourse c-t ill be satisfactory amohag i s are the following: laEG e TN I A C U s in Dys es iua
m Xa e 4,ae' dily.t t a uAta subsequent meeting of5the Board, Jo77 9157.3 tween the pupelstandn.himscI and endeavors, bs wii- SILKS-Rich Changeub4 ..lace- .CH RC. YAuD, with T E in the OUTanDyofthersa
XIre.j' Rd,, tont be of-Remrs and Heali- Bowrne, Seq. was unanimously re-elected President. ning, upon the affections, and, by the. presentation of Rich stripe dan fcoig dd. c arap, s h r iaot
r of ciC. TU CORNELL, je5 nAMES WLKIE; Sereta-. p roper motivesoi, aueaathfuldscharge ofduty. Chines ouap fd le tin., jutpulihan, and French languages. elate, anda
= t f't r i, TH" HOWA INS29ANCE COMPANY, The g4vernr3ent is, etibrefore, strictly parental. Gros D'Afriques, and chan cable. B RRD wi 1aangtainfus il lustrtons e s esti
Hlew 'OorP N """ '- 2r 92 97 82 45 91 A 963--wemn mts- direct nag Hement witth the natural con- .. 104 a w th 1 bautiful iustration of The tes o
New TO rkWeArranY.--h O-.e 54-Wa l street. Teatn or fo the school a three .4 wood, from drawings by The Ho norable Mrs. Jolon medial effects
.papschA i a4rr ngi, n u E I 0 i 4,, mo, 7 .. ,. .. .. Poult de Soles do TanboI.-nva.. y t e o
GrowY.Th de- Naples*OVBOUR.-hs~~- dotu0 NPofSD APPETO pui Talbot.0 Bre-ciedb p
eii l~e "ri._ofas ^ foare, tepnvateedtranct, the a r by 51t0 1 24o- 9 0 ke 4naniideranoe agfincsst laans ahelhd Ih sis su ene1134'te orle,, the Intellnectual, and thed N l d A
WyeM &^- ^ totitcra shIgt on a301d 31 1 4 2 05'212 .- -___ ... againstia i a Ph Ring s Silk sAe receive andn will deadly publr eon-, a The
We" sh. ht-t fstle id'se for nfi-. W R. ...ingtaPn, an L. W nves te government, is Snpple by the Rrincipal.h ,' i" d d o w i RYATT'S WO RK ON AMERC saVe use, endor
,aiidst 'rsdet A -. .."...., ..,* I-. .... -W ole ......white do dofo wedding A-soA.
...jfap rta ii t '1The ground 1Naja T 1 5r 3 ,1 Itembraces aB course of moraland relous studies, Rich and jet black, fa d t a e, I e Tit l .rm the at













vet MS^^ ^ ti lli~ l =ahlyik DoveiE .istyles NIJA
--. at t t, Th*-uh adapteayld .. ca adw, atoeac, ,h pupi. To m. the Holy crigtu"- con-nltlc. f~ ha v~tts ....,C P .R Ai "IA E SI T E ,. .
is ana t6 -"b ..... -Broadway, and s r- Cornelis .. fLawrence Joseph Otis Pptdoeh T t Sc rit rlie s n pan aan Ie have ae .evea tends to. me
.. .. eat n Stant reference is made, as he foundation on o which pe2 profi byv2s th mdi
mriuuiabl intvemens. I Phl"ihenx Fanb fC Tucker i alone maybe built solid and crs ae SWn[Dapha ,lace, Sik, plan e teSUBSCRIBR ave c ote just rcid e-















^ E u~da~ pael,' or ivde it 15 o sums oveM~ r~ii uu, eirrde sal lorlBejar.m e i ciso u iin the irse e dranl classs isakept b eand stc no ange ,abdSle.(o S mm r3ods t e orictonto fr etom Fod or~eign Blck Bluei an con t hei pr odice t
-_.4to q wy,_rfaein mt h, JonMoonw, Jeoi d Benjamin as the only safe and proper basis of n'stjan educa- Mgani euas, Paries Gauseo Mostlde Lare, Cash- Red Con and adnEpan Ins AWnser and F oay t. their'anm .















4% 7J rind em r Sacin theT E whol eachl. at m Johnl Rand, at mh x iaino o rw eks re chP itdM snfr 2c o50 pe ya tr,20 Bo dw .Volne fte
-.,em. wIbe -.de n, Johgn D. Wof O tion. The views of sepriture truth, and of religiou m, Dib Wo ari Fuse 3 Lad2fthe a Re oap, Toes and AFar n OrsbedTn theo a,
$ 6.41 duty presented, are in trict accordance % iIah the doc- descriptions. Commercial OO P A o iO t
;0.j"a-4-- 0ted D Clb 0. Nalt N"44aniel Weed triess, dissi ne, and worship of tie Prott iestant Epis- naeM D S s stie ooe.at n urale asotmre ivof any a inlC C t op eT
"" '"o ie of ......- *3 e,-Wi1ira W. Tod.de Fednand Suydao hu r t S he p enieavor. thie .. EMBROIDEIES-PCapork, cof the latestar elo-h and n urioasorts, oany of
S1.. 1 W melwhichofthepa Ch r.t is the osant endaor his" e ions apes, Caneow, --:.= tow
a. co-pTIe t n c os an t in tese andt tet Coior ad Ma tillas, Staple Goodstoo num erous to i a n of es
S.l i!!ng ... e, ui fom .o brickstyle of n Will am e Q&. pat1went to win over to the SaviourtL ,tae and wtoh sboyull offered for sale at Stationers' Ha Noi s
:Me wjll6."e ande att 42 L Ps.L. IPS Secr tary -the Church-the first and strongest affections of the LACES-Mechlin Engl d French Thre a e ee t
s, .,,K 'H rL'EPc;,sa Es U EW-YORiLIF & TRUpT youthful heart. bLisle, Blonde, Bobbineu, n'& A &ggs, of all de' jy23t WaFLtC.tiue 4 is an sere tha

















T irn f5 of adrituated on00 Subtace metine by tpe arn JhnJcbAtr. ^vi~fr~~~^ hsei
wi p-3.uLl-e w an.d. N ...- ,O.Periinp may efRt insurances with this IntHlectual Department-The Intellectual Depart- SCri Lions.e oo ag" a i or, an InqrLy be ore foenparop
": e ". ON 2 Mr0n t ats' Exchange, company on, their Own live, Or the lives of others, ment embraces all the ordinary English branches 'he N MUSLINS at HE w iT MIE ; or, n cesnoci bi the od, Ansn
















n ----.--.--.e-are tt -, en ...g The ,ot wild ebhr1te Wlm.l P.V nRe e r~oatlon Gol dhu.S ~ xed~e iou dorrf~ r^^ 25r araw y opost the ,,,,i.--^m Hal avei0, lasges o f hspsigieti okhsbe rte. R suhr n
-lyo N'HlAnd eitherpr the wholeduration of lifenor for a cessary to business and commercial pursuits; addi- P n dn.e sti
~~~~~~~~~ ~ t "P ""- .. ....... .-. .. -.... aris MuliUlnS, new dlesigi, A .' "i e n s.
Snot limited period. The payments of premium may be tonal facilities for instruction in the higher deprt- The above, with his gen ssomt Ancents with remark on the to h the ein

















^ .%1 -, -, 21Bodsre .U E .-.-NS payscm po th o p .fw ^~s^^ ^ .-h hrdpat hebv wt is ^ ,J se-E TO PL AS RE hOFie werUSA Thepr inv ten
.J r0LET-TInt Stoes, 132 and 3. Foat either made auI a orn&gro ssWum. ments of learning, with reference to College reduiie- a slcewi g en es expel oa .ppied, byW. F. Moore, LI. D. A fewcopies for arpertiesof t
-Pemus n n hawAdolrsuave Ween selecmuwted e a e e res for, y
-sunr Pine-street, an excellent Smituation,- -ers oen ose haet dollars: a ments, to Teaching, the Professions, and Civil En- ch tae a dwil. be fon b o y thgfnet. fbi by. jy23 S. CsLMAN, 8 Astor House. Mefine of na


















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S ,L7 rta oerw or lCnaweWoa rMchant. Apply en ds a ,onmernt also in Vocal Music, Draw ing, and the ani manufacM e ture.AETAS .,. WOR O T. Ba. eua,-Ptyoai



















-~~~~~' aetidbteter&fnaaol ,5,8uro~atua aera npps hl h hl. (^l Te dtfteBstnrntcn the. aboveEY w iork, ruponwtbsen
i""_zlh ,.SMl URN &_ 00. modern ages. It is conducted by the Principal ....BLL- N H S ubs PUTNAM, 16 Bow, have ust eu ants ,a,
-""PL--t-.E- 1" SEAT land V ope and a V pi q .1 H and assistants, and by such naRters as seis necessary of' U,_I.o-' Mb R.w rias- pio terchatsa
jiltE.N O13 F",SEtt. ...- ,l st0 employ. KE. EPING DRY GO DS.-J. S. FLEET, 10 NEWELL'S HISTORY OFTEXAS;ntanng
-fronm time to time tod emshulpb vr
.LE'-'The Mansion of the late Chancellor 14 72 86 153 38 1 48 70 3 05 Instruction in this de n.rtnent is specially directed Maiden Lane, has now c a his usual supply of the latest Geographical, Topographical, and Statisti- as some Drugg
t. e .t.a ce _rou a, at ushi n~g, 15 77 88156 391 571 783..1 tothe understaning., is_" the eneavorhere to n- Linens another_ Ho.sekeedLeg Goods, at much calhactounts of the country. en and otheh 1mo. wit Gt canotral
.bde, d.o red for sale t-he 16 84 90162 401 691 83 3 0 -9 prove and strengthen the thialing powers. The pu- less than former prices: the Mlagwig comprise a part, Map. d.rect ntotho
.hajerlt a martme4 is not surpasse by -17 -9.91165 41 1 781 88331 pils, therefore, are taught the rationale of whatever viz: -. Aso,ustpublished asf bove o e t
.RypP'.". 'i hl .-heeouh.., in point ofetent -c-m 18 9 181 4 conesbeforethem; more attention is.pait, to prunci- Cases 4-4.and -SShirti n o. forfamilyuse, *A WINTER IN THE WEST INDIES AND tendedto. Th
I 6fj.hco, iid-7 t~e -of its Structue. 19 0 0 --f4 1 73, 431 89 1 92 3 51 plea than rules. Particular regard is hadto the in- Do 6-4, 10-4 and 12-4 ish and London Sheet- FLORIDA; containing general observations upon Wholesaleand
-I tmta! i-mtnh nlI by p*r0-au desi- 20 91 951 7 441 901 94363 .tended future destination of the pupil, and hin educa- .gs,of
Una rw 21 902 971 82 45 1 914 963 73 tion is directed according. He may be fitted for the Do 10.4, 11-4 and 1 French Toilet- Qui mod ofut ing, mannrtieu stosplima "tes
q -1atimaml niay 22 94 99 1 88 461 92 1 98387 in cn,, for nE n, new patterns, t s" ad productions wh Ha a p descnpaion oef St" Croif Theo
.., situationin is, inoall, 23 i 91 031 93 471 93199401 Teachin9,.oefong, or for the study of the Professions. Do 10-4 and 12-4 whilb d colored Counter-- Augustine, as places of resort for northern invalids. ha.dsof allwh
repe, e .-.a tII 31 07 1 .88 48 i 942024174Ph kal Deprtmew.ThePhysical Departent is panes, sBy an Invalid, mo, .. je6 awd
e1 lie 0111e UIa .a., 24511 90 171 49 8 94'2 044 49 intended for exerce and health. It is superintended Do 11-4and 134 Los Whitney Blankets, NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY TO GUfTA- FVSC
X4,!, .u~d .iTII Do 64 i ,LI 9'., 8-4 Ta X., MAL&... .
,- a mmser whd as The supervision and d.i-.Do.at. .. 6S-
102 5 40-4 usehu IipuV iwesdt &'Pq not j~n 'W in, the Dr64~~~T n Iy 4o~--
.!" .. ~. - "' 4 I- e ,ro es of... th school, and instructs W a-a~eeable and Do 34t and t4-1 h an tScotch owelllngs, "T 'LcCToON an.d 't'.. "ue" and
Ck a.Wi'l!l ,swillbe, 4lrtS"Ia 21 5u exercises, promotUve of health and happiness Do 8-4,12- and 36-4 Damask Table Clothsn SADSNTORD &ECO.w iew-weeksthroughout the
A** 4*14 % b, .' am- howillber e, tnu1 311 40n 2 542, 182895 49 Manners and Habits.-Special attention is paid to Napkins, ,
pert. *- tf 31 1.321 4212 43 552 32 1 21 5 78 manners and habits. Association with the fai and Do 0-4, 7-4 and10.4 Tal~emDaeaskan aDdap Coaerit Associaitds wto .aflecndon, .D new editTon, wth durd Dthelast t
ois. with occasional fr their irn,,iet 'Do 5-4, "7-4, 8-4 and 4 cotton and worsted. auors last correction; ede yenry eson This is und
.~i-:..'& L4'tASA, No 558 32 1 13 46 50 6247 50605ewithnccasional comIt ny3he is4620 56te 2 T4e 3 56 6 0 forth above ni
33i 1 R. 1.61R 48t 2kSE 57. 57 encouraged. Itis the endeavor to prepare Table Qovers, o es A
royue ..d .L ot 28fdern t .... 34 1 1i 5042 64 5973 144 31 6 50 to move with propriety and ease in everyngcircr 84 and 84 Wreth h Cloth Table Also, nearly ready, Jerrlishand Wall on Infant Lung complailo
hir g hlyouse an hd ot, 2 feet front 50 64 of3 .Do...A... j u.tp 6 5b l Coveo. I 1 IFamy P y r "country
mad '2 O(eet deep, with two story brick stable 35 1 1 7 5 3 67 4 63c CoveM S, Bap t- m...
am42 49 Requiremena's.-The admission of pupils is restricted Do 3-4 azid' 4- Roertthde
6n= "-*o- L 'o ..t..-) The house was built 361 2 1 60 to2 no particular ge. But diligent attention tq the s e rs a ae n d W elch f- l"_ 7th ediio.JU enk s iPyes tm, rdi- aeisuc kno
"li r ir ad coveiences. Moey wi r in reosite by te, C y performance of -a portent Do 34 and 4-4 Fenh and English Prints.. bart's Ch .
A 1antoe th rooy ma re on a ao ino, trsuoewih rsw be allwedaer e ict in whok] by C-mancome other won of a ti cresed a
hind ~ ~ *n ac *g o tr fyas orvefurthers. follows: tttion an l whpo be.Adi rnmerd of'the deicn- Do~A HosiNry, GlILKS, &d. A&CcE.RA N N-NElIG-rsitMfl
"' bem-tvst-a di s 'l O A-uenof te sbcers. Do" do. do, 5 "os"3 teahe, whc is weekly submitted byr the principal greatly reduced prices. Among which will be found: .tl on sale atte-Eu'ropcan and- American Book- creasedin...
A ,' O A"oer, DO. d do tO each pupl; and, at the expiration of four wees. French Printed on vionnc o in trusc upon which will be wy a
n =d m o rtag ,f. a of years For furtE. to the parents or guardians of each, in the form of a-i Do do Cab s, to 37 12 1. APPLETON & CO.r waysbei done
-Do-"fFoulare S.lk., t "7 .. ." should occur, i
.T. LT.-An office in the upper parto .B. Je repot. haveb it lttl ryeasa Rich Paid and Sating sd M Ins, t LR-
..... do 5 mos ne 1-. .L -7 .d oadSl 0o5c A EB O S .A P E O & O
'"ad'stret Thomas W. Ludlow Nathaniel Pi Mf tn subsc-Pups d
. -., 't m ra jeeI'3 -, Wmn,- B. L wrence" Nicholasi Devereux usoet for moey. PuTheyhare suppie bthte, prinabe Pa..rich Embaidrnd Catnsrpes, Cosllars, &at v0er cha upply Broadway, have just. received an additional, gtulent ...and pa
T. -.:.The eomnutodious .1a~fts and* Benjarmni'nowe .~ a C. VBerplanrk cipal with all ne.essaries,, and more than these serve .Fancy Silk and Net Shawls aod Mantillas are in fine condition, and well worthy the attention of-ws eslsn
,. ,... : f t he, fi .reoof brick store, Jolut G. Coste~ry Jamnes. McBride' only to cret and nourish ,artificalt [ [, .. tgswmtaet, between Liberty and Ce- h*Sufr JonRtbn=J which havre an unfavorale bearing on future character. Fancy Silk mad Gauze: Hdkfs mnd Scarfs Gentlemen. are respectfully- invited to call aridex- irritation, inch:
.... .,. --. Jo n m so ... ; my e~n ,ns re of' th no. mon a hi u e y butira t th.e laiflins" Fr""s and--be-: auccsseea
: -" / FI]J.~L leal E-state at Harltemn.-con- BenjamninL. Swan Stephen Whitney racer to the p)upil. The Purser take~schrge of. all, 9 EAL DRY~ GOODS AT VERY REJnaLbark PlenchiteSlhu Spa. f etr Tri-asin Viscera
hvejju','betweenr 117th and 119th st~reets. Robert Ray Gardner G. Howland mruoneys intended fordteueofro the puilsD and daii- kDUCED PRICES !--Strangers are informedt, "Infonrmation, it has been said,, is generally best re- eflbetualreined,
Jo n Jo nsto Cor. W.Lawrnce ribues oly o an rderfromthe prn pa. N ac that they will find at HUGHE S & GUYN ETS ceived when it comes in a pleasin for ngud ce b h dikn
ear'wh .. I ''lthey 70,o000tolt hseots wilupo be. Win.. P. Van Jo ensteon er.aou..atua' odu.ene "cu will any expenditure be incrrde for the~ fure- than and Y ".. w.l...etdasotmn ofTS Frenc Fan_ Drcet" pulihe by p~ g of. inian estimablae dln


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: f tf 21 Broad st. 500 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30 Examinations.-An examination is held every Fri- 231 Broadway, adjoining the American Hotel, souts oimen. in Jonn iewton, Jon the Aposte lived gCiJire, W.
GOTHIC COTTAGE FOR SALE. years old, part imported direct, and. part via India. day of the divisions under the several Instructers, in has just opened several cartons fFrench Pari Work, his life over again. His name can never perish" w ca i
SA J. POONER offers ar sale the Gothic- lsMalne Sercia and Tint. rotation, and a general examination of all the divisions which contain an'endless variety ofCapes, Canezous, QTEPHANUM BYRANTIUM DE UNBUS 2 panyg
a,* o wt oened'by him, on the present line of The finest ale, Gold and Brown Sherry Wines, in t the close of each term. These examinations are Collars, .&c e i d vols.fo $8--L-U. NS,, 2 hest rp
of wte, sea iethts at thes cls oiaf andh temsurgrihNedeWokdiflw
*Brooklyn, casks, demijohns anbottles. open to the friends and patrons of the Institution. Also, rich Needle Worked ofhigh and low Vitinga in JesiamL 2 vols. fol, $13. 'g as
LUWt af.t.ilodis. l nm .t.rit houth Fury.' The f nh. w es-,-,Chateau Margaux, of 1827 and -Ehibitions.-An exercise in composition and de- prices. .. D Observation um Sacraum, vols. 4to., ,50. HAYDOCK
tiuon i all *respetas iBealul ad commanding,, Chateau Lafitte, Leoville, Palmer Margaux, and clamato will conclude each ofthe semi-annual ex, Rich Mechlin., English, anid French Thread Laces Poles Snopsis N. T., 2 vot. fol., $12,50. a20 2awd2a
-t station tiA: Bna rf- New Yorl The homandan St. J en, amlnations. oe 4 J -y15" t : Collier's church History, 2 vols. fol., $18. d
7. M t, g ed, oocw y fiur e ity lotk There is 500 baskets De Brimont Champaign. Apparatus.-The Labaratory is furnished with appa- /EN'S UNDER GARME S-A large assort Do. Historical Diet'y, do., $12. V .ER CO
so. hib r ir th. Place, which ias suscetible 50 -ases Sparklipg Hock. ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the se- V ment, varying in quality aid size, of Shirts and Purrn-etini Theologia, 4 vols, $13,50 .lverwor
of- Ift* rwdrw'- oertheibost elegant residences 200 cases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage veral departments, and to exhibit practically the se. Drawers of almost every description, suitable for the Nortin's Translation of Calvin's Institutes, $6. liver, thereby cp
i --ht ,,viciity of New Yoik. The price is $8000, one 50 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order, veral subjects connected with the course of study, present and coming season. Also, Hose and Half Allen's do. do. 3 vols, $7,50. diseased liver-
Z': f wtetf, fMrainwba bi andri mortage. For Pbrt Wine; very rare, in cask and in bottle. Terms.-The terms axe $230 per annum, payable Hose, of all the different fabric* and sizes. Gloves, Vossii de Septuagenta, $3; do. HarmodiaA, $2. complaints, and
Spply to the owner, at h ffice, 10 Hoek Wi- etternich, Jo esberger, Hoc f yearly advance. Requisites such as fuel, Hdkfs, Cravats Suspenders, P ian Dressin Robe Annales de Baronie, 12vol. fol. $20. cause, andr
ttk r "ic am, lyp tothe owner, atbhaeffc ,! 10 Hock W nii et : .. .' ed rP n r .si o .., ".
* -" ...a* Vt Pr -.r oe R.,m,, Q tie hie udesheimer, and Leisten. lights, washing, mending, beds, bedding, books, sta- &c., with a large assortment ofHosiery and Under Dictionnare de Boyle, 3 vols. fol. $18. every house.
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f- .naisf^ howill show; them- .,L P Teneriffe, Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for sale by tionary, &c. are furnished, and without extra charge. Garments for Females. For sale wholesale or retail. Lives of Early Fathers, fol. 15 28, $4. pisould aoid
tteokl .My- 14. 1839. jyl3 d3w aO A. BIN INGER & CO., 141 Broadway. AcademiVYear-The academic year embraces forty at the old Hosiery Store, 14 Maiaen Lane, by T Isiacsons Chronology, fol. $3.
k )F new`-tivo s- b i k six., weIks, -in two terms of twenty-three weeks each;, ap27 LANE & VANCZANDT FiddesB i e
den ii> ^be-en paited and aHepaired last 100 &lish C 14 Fassorted weeksat theexpiermae of vacatoni. one da ci ar aste SWRS STNOR- & CO t e B yl3 ediei
No-I eWsreiiri -ISms-1^ett kT8^8 -havefbr'Q1-'^ ^ O y it.-1
a trt p nglish Sheathing Copper, -aio urte at the expiration f second, one o Table and Piano Coveit n#'Which are- 7T ad 8P Woks 152 Bd ways. oyl3
1h0pAtr pmnl-oftheF purchase-ekon4yfmay



I .<~ Pots^g^ 14 two^1^ weeks, kow, asfal KE andp~ring aaion.Ebse lt al and id Coer,-, and^^ ^ ^^ ^ 86-42 ItNGL otclok~dtdbB e.6os ^ ~
re uaiweobax~flntf uwrt eusv toA RSON, 20 Try Pots, 140, 160 and 180 gallons McacRA Dietw o sksk own, as fl an pplg vacings. an 8 NLaIc MO K
Broad staeef. bae otvdeo Wool'- D-ocbta-e iningsresofplcig uilurtFechprntdrlthTainfodiromavrti-6o78n2 LY PTN M ipotes,&. 6aBndd.20 1O0d
-.1 wy -i 20 bae ~ethe Institute, or of obannute norainrl-ad14 Wqratod Table and. Pidno Covers, of all co- way, havereivdprltarvasfoLnoaslnid-so
S3' 3: storye'lE x 800 Montevideo prime ox and cow Hides. tive to it, may address the Princip4, either personallyO, n ae The D otor.l o n e te olper for Da
SAL T Skins; 15 tons-Bones rPos. P Ano, Co ers. cood oro 's Ssec. e d by h e N W pb i
ae W.Buarojort's pie'lv Ol-- ,61j.,Cedar street, New-York. -Circulars may be ob- F M aiden
tb4ji hos.O e feilmc,.- and 12:-casks prime NutmegS ie i cto to e.i. myls! J. S. 10) Lad ne.L 4 vols., 8vo Tech
]=epqsdPU .- The lt-is 2~5 by 100, with a court I~ -her~~olap ctint of th aboe;also at LCK AND WHITE recivd Wilberfoc' ie yhssn.5vl.So ascuet
~ alo adoiingth i-ar 600 bags Rio Coffee the'bo store of Swords, Stanford & Co. New York: B AWordswot',otclWrs weiin6-os n e
a,-d 0 f -o asa~e Itwll 50boe .Sgas.- OFFICE *t i: .by CLARKEF &_C03,PM Y, 3 Broadway, lm f~II
JW'n~ JA Pn trms. Possession the first c Siget1s-rfBanyevWF.ALE,.M.Pnalospy and Pro- one AI eae atinEripe Alack adt 'w ite- LO 1n.~l
-~~~~r~~J. ~20 pipes Port'Wv h1a* Wnnet-or; Moral and Intellectual. PWalspi nEMlo' otclWrs dtdb rde.6vl. TeLbay
911y pext. ApAyo a OREEN PEARSON, 12 hhds hoipiee Madir Win Chrt r CIUTI MAEIL,~$RIUE O 2mo. plts -ec;th n-t
*,. (e14.to Meresats' Excharuse. -~ shesFl frdlenees of Chistianity. -'JVERING, &c.-JA-MRS8 PATON & CO., .247 Southey' otrlWrs e dto.1 os 8 ae e
fiT(Atlh .ag aa Lt-a h ot 1000-heets Frlperm Om6ides asoteIizstev. A.' TWN.AM.Sueitnn. Broadway, -have for.,salc a very.!pxesveaorintlm.pts. -coanngfo
SASr--Tfhe o l a nde Mucait ry a. 0-6p SprRade asre ieev. W. 4 WALTER, A. M., Mathematics, Nam of every description 4f materials suitable for Curtains. outhy'BrtsPos,-fmChuetoJno.JvnieSis
AF -4&rk1 kw n M-lpr. sedo Also, a OMassoriment of Cgnton_ Silksconsis~ting tural Philosophy andsRhtococ.ringsh for- sofas. di' n.6nraimre chairs.i &c.. 1un fad


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)KER,, M.- D., DENTIST Succebo*
imball No. f1Pal-kPITe. t91. -Tua. '',cke-" A
d his Professional Siiiwr
rt ip~straction of HawMoed & Tucker, 9_.A
i determined upon mam1ng the iity of
place of perinanent residinee."
imay wish to consult hi.im ow m. B,.
ers his best services. Sherrylvi i '.
er begs leave tO6 present fLUowai Do ,.d Q- ,n
)m Dr. Kimball. -o i ... P ii, 'n 7, :
MBALL having decided upon reett. Do ian am ,
Letice of his profession, and being about St. L r 1 i
(ork beg'leave topreaet to'.his fis4 ifapr i?4 l.". .
nowledgmenta. for that confidence Ip M i aq
a skill which has been manifanted by Piic03a, .
and highly rereetle ith
been. honored during hiriesidenae n.
i is nost happy to know that,'jliet. a "'m.e Bpa&t''ifi." -'-
tuber of genitleminen of deservedly hig and -' an-^ -.
I to whomhe- would., hr dte eatef k. -
W'his I a- would t this6 Bo.dea IL
recmmend to their eatron.ag eCi, ; "< .
;. WCKER, who has ite to ,-
citaion of Dr. Kimbal", and to who* '* i &' "". ,
his former patients in the belief h e -Btr-_in, 'S!. ..l_ ..-
min the high character he has elsewa ere w-an-.a-n,
Sefficient and faithful operator. .Dr. -.-r''-. '
ctures the same kind of Mineral TeAef Fftigad l---. -
ep exclusively used by Dr. KimbAl_ 9 ,- '
strength, durability, and close imnitatiO f ag
h, are unsurpassed- _. t._ra.. .
April 2d,1839- l.a .&-'an- : "
from Doctors Harwood & Tucker, tarseiflesan
.' 2. ; k1 Java sifa ,"^ :?' i ". I"'
used the above reconoendafion of D )g. i ch Raisins
and do most cheerfaully oenfrmn th sizes ..' -- '
testimionial of- oar friend. Dr. KimbaM lL ''Emgisl. Mtutapdt -- afT '
HARWOOD &'TUCKER. Olives,( re
1 5, 183. aDn3 d6m&lawos
PHELPS' COMPOUND ,, Ordeaspm oterpladd. "
I s[ ri ~ r l m w o m -rw swi p u t.. o.l "
HATO PILLS, VA"MP G" -It. U -1-I
iTIRELY VEGETABLE.) C. H"MPAGINE .
iY highly approved for its remedial effeesa w, received per lat *
in acid, bilious, and all morbid seere supplyof choice WinLeMLs" "k
,tomarh-in biliousmm diseases of warm n for ._l. TUt f Oiill l i ..-,
s an alterative in chronic and glandultr Salmetto. 6-l
iy of numerous Physiiansto the ther bads. n
'reduced by this Medicine, and the .e- it .
cures which are constantly being le- ;pe eweB.t% u"_' ...
oprietor, claim forit asuperior cons4der- Al, low --prisedd .-.w ... .
lie approbation, from long aIffd exten- Ord.rs ifr.oter-l for -
rsed by that of the medical profession, t.rn eW i ree.i.e" -- ,
full confidence of the public. 4.PRIN WODS .1
ious attempts which are made by pre- L )thefollowing--
ical scence and nostruinvenders, to
mnand (o6l1e genuine Tomato Medicine, 4 Tine.and Sathfi t. ,
ous pretrations claiming to be Towalo;- Broc es nd ^.as. "-.
Xcious inventions to ingraft them into 6-4 Printedl au ... '- -'
acquired by the remedial effects of th~e Mou3 i e La,2S -'- ..u.- .-
ssarfor those who .t.he. ge< in .
nato l, possessing the ical ro-. .r-,a, SeAS Ta .ej-s. :- ,
'omato Plant, and other'tablishedTe. 4. -s*h .' .- -. -7*- ".
particular and inquire for"Dr. Phe44ps' i -
it each package and box bears the -' anl4-4'Bro" W .
pnetor, G. I. .PHELPS, M. D., HIt.- inen ow iai"f I .- -
is the oril'inal and only Medicine ever P ongee ILIf .. -' -
United states, embracing the remeal .CottonHosr', &e' a ,..., .
ae Tomato Plant; and the only Toulato REYBI[ N .. aJ,
ny kind, ever announced by a regalirly je7 v- r .
cian, there s are necessity to be par- 6 '.; ._, -W f .
is point than is generally supposed., f" E BRIIMOW NT 4I0RAl{l4
nd traders in. sending for these Pills, -L 'ber& -it -,_ 0tFeHf J ." _l
particular to specify the kind, waned themin Franme in t haMl C
gists have taken the responsibilitW1o the Win" of th eastoqti4e 4'.
ticle when mine had been ordered.: hOy now have i l* an i.' :
)r Agencies and ordered for the Medicine, a rich.andi fruity W ,El .
proprietor, Hartford, Conrn, will be at- tics .'hiC9 eh44eteri;z 21t.l r. ".
e above Pills for sale by most of the pa .S fi p"r- ..-"
several of the retail Drits in this, "
nost of the Druggsts and. Merchats.Wimit by-.V
cmntry. Price 37r cents. .2ie plt ,f,^bi a.'
us testimonials see pamphlets in. the.kla el*,.ahl .0l* 1 '
10 sell the Medioine. .- ...... ..... .-
1A~cW&S 3mA iv~
TI'$-A$- ByNE CO(RD '". a" -: "'-""

3pasmodic Ch^ e 7..g 7
State of New-York-aMid-eTlfe rear, .t~ilj t ; f as
of ;,.
Ilve yearswil.completerbn.c6& "'T ffB,'la,'f '
u edlyth, best medicine now in use' ",-J-.: -g
aned diseases, and most of the Coughs, a .-'g '- .
its and Bowdl affections incident to f tofF ::"
rhe summer and autumnal DirAiceas factory of 042!7h ." .Ia. "Mi'-'_
wn by the term Dysenteries) that 3iearly ..i.l -onist f Chio "
4ful havoc among niidren, sweeping 'al, ef ..f1-.1. .'. '
heir graves in spite of all enedie .1. E yMl ^ 4 /s":"-..'. .
ibed, ve never yetA bee. ka n to -
dy. When administered in t-.ata most i .. .el 'I A_. i;
ase, the Cholera MdrIbus, it never fails o eo ml e.
most hap.-y effects, if the doses in-- -
mtity and frequency according bA the Bataey ArricSli.iA.'" I4 UI? kbTV"
symptoms, which ought and s cain -a. Wh _skey old Rum. .4 .
^vith perfect safety-mad if any failure Truffles,^'^ *A Olve &adYae
t must be owing to a crinunal ne k dines, Lonon PTh radrufi .* es
*dily relieves Voanitings, Grpna ~; The above are all genuuue aoito4 r Kyt b Hub
smodic Cholics. Its anodyne ^oe s-ef -",h i'orsa%~aOTby
peculiarly applicable in Craaps like- do92 Q~~l|^^,,;
-as and wearines of limbs. It as ipe- _' i*'"?111!"-
for children when teething, as it .allays C HANLROA, lig Q i ra
uces "moderate perspiration, tend pro- LL OHA[-N$,, _yefi "hri~e fihmjr f-jrj "
being superior to the Elixir Paregoric, ders for eaery dewripton.,ofj > jl '-.*
of which has often proved injurious by splicing 4a~te ca. mr i Q -'---
.1 obstructions, inffammation and'fever, saion links of improved W v' U eS "
ne is discovered to be- a certain and gines, &c. &c., at ._B-a..tuc- y S
y for the intestinal diseases produced guished Engineer~reides .m,Engl ],, 'ge C
g of the waters of the rivers in the of inspecting all raiway _rn miy
outhwestem States, which renders it through w. DAusISB.a<< "
value to those who reside or travel in 2. a-io ilg :.
)f the country. O .t "M4 "if~il. *.. ;. '.T ..
r, aware that it is the fate of all pre- 500 tons.3 iach by j.i Jr.Tl&?eo_ ..a .- .
p for public use, to be indiscriminately 250 do 2 do S. f'' j -4 <
many, either from selfish motives, or a with spikes ,nid splicing plles nmpe L f i "s
ver uncommon slkll without knowing ders for all decri."oti bo BpiiB, eiJ t4 .
*ir composition or medical virtues, and shortest notice. f t ,
g however unjust such decisions may B,,RD, aUTTX .... fcf' .. N G....h-" -i"- "
r. weight they may have, yet he con- .- ??^ .i .] .." -:
es this medicine, prepared with the TalD a ,ret.--V Oj-dU aarre, i ". .- '
a and from the best and most. suitable .J.ut nV^k-- lS' ai he., l L ..
111K^ .. -3 *--^l: -_ .L^- :-,i-^.- TT_ BatnllleV---- tt. la2ry. A) AI -' .-: "" ;',-. -.-":


i ue ,ou. tor liv th IUUMU l w et3 vt m e i uCE -e Uh -..,U -- -..' h .-te .
tttentionof the public to the certificates 'te-e4l-t-l t -;,-
each bottle, romw gentlemen of the ... ..8 7,'
ability, amongwhom are several physi- L ur-D^ 187I do 'do '
ons of undoubted talents and acquire- -,aut,-7.o. 1827, d d d o .
Haut Bnon--Do. 1827, do do .... -
: ~~~Latour--D.-l 1, dodo ,"..
CORLIES & CO., 27 Liberty at., t .0 1 do -
Me WholesialeAgents. Laptite-Do.2183, do do. **./s
w .- WholesaleAgents. These Wines are ?eeeived dhiet fmle OV ,id d
MPLAINT.-,Dr. Tavlor's Balsam of respectable hoMseof Barte & GuetiSfjtJ MOdM.-
exerts abenefcial inruance upon the .are of -the first chaemter, put up witkha ae wda
inng many diseases which result from recommended with great ..lam.A.. f<
-Dyspepsia, pain -in the side, .bowel- liberal, terms -, I -
dysentary, usually result fros this ja& D ,f.)K8 W 3B :
cured by this Balam, It should be in 'Y'7 -,rl-_
During the hot weather, nothing can be T DE LvZ. V ,-. 3
Sas this mild restorative. And ifleo..- "l a o efe'ar te :-. .: i' -- .'
I bilious fevers, and many other deadly :..WI 4AN-D .IQIfOt^ -
amust pay strict regard io the action of 20 .pipes Ho!land Gin, Black ir_ medicine can be 'had genuine at the article, of Messrs. Wan, Pua ,s. t.
ne Store,-260 Bowery.: 10 kalf pipes Old Bfeau' it : -
N. W. BADEAT., Agen -p 30 half plpe ordeaax.- *
tlNDERS.-D. APPLETON & -o, good 1 qi., i" ': -
IINDER30 el ish oeanxWVhaite
way, have just received from London, 2 s e w2 wa. -- ; .
rtment of Bookbinders' Muslin, which 8 casks todteauxClQet,of p. r -- ... -
le in lots to suit purchasers. jy22 5 0 c 0uperir '-ty. -
"50-c-e le-et, a..... .
hing, and will be ready early-in -July, 200 cases ChambnrtinWme .
ol Library, under the -sancticn of thq 100 baskets sparklii ( ,,a,, .e iw.
Boadf Educatin, cl gC^mp*M^ h^
Board o'fEducation, -a collection of anexcellei-ticle. '---
lected works, entitled TRE SCHOOL 24-cases Kirahentwaet.-- "-' "-
". re' 50 cases Thieste Mareskijo. .,
will embrace two series of fifty volumes Also-100 bap Java Coffee.
)Dobein l8ao., averaging from 250 to 10 casks Dutch Madders,'-Crop &Obaia. -
olume; the other in 12mo., ech volume 15 bafrels Paris Green. '
n 350 to 400 pages. The former, or 37 casks Gum Seneal -
5, is intended for children, of from 10 8 casks-Sulphate of Sodi. e
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:. .' [^tB A EVENING, JULY 25, 1839.
.* fJ Wall street, comer of Broad street.

SA JoB.*tal le w, copy today from the
AJadriQ ssmi< tte, respeting th removal of Mr.
l. tat" .Treasurer of the United States,
ii. Wmtv of Mr. Sekm,' a defeated
't .A h iii sve of Representatires, *aodd
.,$iqtvelyread. It is it-such modes, t6i Mr.
"nilhin, deihgls to testify his democracy,
Tow wheom the people condemn, he is forward
.~ r ai .,t
to' j aao id twxn.
t^wn WAk Alewndria Gazette.I
CjaB oPl 'CAuPrt., the olac Tre rer.---
We concei that there are important principles
poieted wth the removal of Mr. Oampbell, the
.,i.J TrhIa h of tl lirited States, which ought
o iii fore the public. The history of
Mc a i u et'!ase presents a curious illustration
of 'tiW'iMait it wnich the Administration of the
'Eilm M sMtarnt of the Government is con.
dCemd.
iastl stated by th Madisonian, and we can eor-
.-- the that, while a member of .the
S- ttecutiv. Council, and in inde endent cir-
a tui Mr. Campbel ws invited to the of-
-" -lli+'i r8W.ri9T of the United States, by.
So Mr. Oam ened the ho0
I A*a f gtleman he recommend.-.
.... 4 f.Y- .JntkOmn, rsisting upon Mr. Camp-
hW *l $pitOg the appointment, employed Mr.
Va aitil inte.eor, who urged upon Mr.
C. ig 40 very ..j a ildration of public, private,
siA tsy" teju, to dBce him to take the office.
". mpbe st*il declined, replying that he could
u^ ao~ry ~to the disa nppouitment of the
h w dpplied for the office, with his re-
....* (a a 'oM...r. Van Buren, hi his usual flat-
_ICI^ e mi it aipaluehtcd the chivalaous senti-
.e iM. (Campbell as an additional evidence
.Cbu -worth, and as increasing the desire of the
''i~tstlttr*hve him near him. It was not until
Z-. OO= i mads b Mr. Campbell had been
4 f r" Moved,'iat he consented to accept
I ;'tel~ta wee Upsn 1n.
.Wiv- thRi 0 Enquairer, of March 30, 1830,
.*S 4w oAd a detailed statement of these
'.l ; widN the highest oomnpliments were paid
teC a a, le fwMaracter of Mr. Campbell; his
--in refusing the office, at first, and
,L1-f i the difficulties having been
:-- l..'.a acceptance of the station
,-ed., -r. Van Buren bore a pro.
- ient of Mr. Campbell.
R -: ic under these a.,uspices, Mr.
'. tb niy giffled all the expectations of
K t = epeAdM on this subject, also, the
1 f tnt 0" W 4 "_ the time Mr. Camp-
I" -.. iltb:hl n'm offic-, there has been-no depart-
-,io tee of suspicion, and none that has
t na m ted 4t a moere clear, efficient, accurate,
e nd diainterested am er, than the office of the
T.xenrmst Soiws flir or five hundred millions of
do,11 Te pfstie d through it under his adminis-
W B | ,i twenty milliions of Treasiu-
S.. na .. havviweiTed his agnature, &c., within
gyrt two year and ntany other arduous duties
.. r .z ofW e, hwe be discharged in
42 t05332 m quall P and able.
./a ." Con have investigated
Sythe, TM'epemtt, since Mr.
'hip~t ~ at, aid although they fonqd
-samnd to impeach the





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A' ^^Arthew w York Americat.']
.LA ES I'S T ME_ AND THINGS.
No. I.
MASSACHUSETTS.
To the Editor of the N. Y. American:
Business recently drove me from the hot walks of
our city,to the cool deck of the steamboat Providence,
"just startig for Stonington.' After passing a boister-
ous night, 4 o'clock finds me on board the cars
whirling off towards Massachusetts. Their rocking
,motion combine with the sleepless fatigue of the
-last night, to lull me to repose. I dream of home
and kindred till the sweet illusion is broken by
"Your ticket, sir !" I look out, and behold we are
nearing the "literary emporium." Your attention
is instantly arrested by the 16fty State House, look-
ing down from "its pride of place" on the piles of
brick and granite and labyrinthian streets, at its feet.
The eye then reposes where
"Their Common's verdant pride
: Opens to sun and air."
SThence wandering, you see the half-reared shaft on
Bunker Hill, telling where our fathers wrought deeds
- of glory and renown. Musing on the ungrateful
parsimony which refuses to heave the column up-
ward towards the skies, a fellow-traveller, appa-
rently from the West, accosts you, '" Stranger, what
brick house is that, so mightily shattere-d on yon
hill ?" "The ruins of the Ursuline Convent, sir."
Evidently puzzled with the odd name, he presses his
inquiry no further--for which he will please accept
my thanks.
It was Saturday. As I passed along Washing-
ton street, a friend pointing over the way to a small,
slender man, dressed in a careless suit of black,
says, "There is Dr. Channing. Will you go and
hear him preach to-morrow V"
Whoever sketches the outline of Dat. CHA NNINO'S
oratory from the style of his published writings, will
probably be his disappointed hearer. His eloquence,
as a speaker,is chiefly in the matter-little in the man-
ner. It is the exact opposite of "sound and fury,
signifying nothing." In the desk he is mild, pas-
sionless. He does not look the orator-nor can he.
Nature never made him to charm you with the pa-
thos of his voice, nor to transfix you with the
majesty of his mien : nevertheless, at the very
commencement, he wins your patient attention
by his graceful self-possession, till the bright cords
of his argument bind you immovably as with a
chain. But, his style of tnmposition, who can de-
scribe The loft and we'll turned-period; the
apt illustration ; the graceful recoil of his antithe-
sis; the.peerless flight of the imagination, awing
while&Adelighte ; the polished edge of his rebuke,
hardly felt till it gashes to the bone ; the appeal
which sends the blood thrilling to the temples; the
irresistible assault on the conscience ;---all borne
along on the full tide of a melodious and dazzling
elocution, im1iart to the writings of Dr. Channing
the 'beauty of Addison, with the majesty bf John-
son. Yet, I cannot agree with some, that his ar-
g.ment dwindles under the overshadowing luxu-
riance of his diction. That the attention is often
divided between the solidity of his reasoning and
the splendor of its dress, is true. But, a sub-
stantial body is there. Perhaps this misapprehen-
sion arises from not clearly rcei6K iWg the peculiar-
ity of Dr. C.'s talent as a .asoner. His strength
lies not so inch in the originality and profundiy4o
hi. thoughts, ain thbe awi ad *trac~vrfoM Jp
hih he:ar.ays every.a ida-yideaa~nri c ,

comams~~It may be sai~
yhl-iB m ..w. ; -i .^ .4.
As yo ptWO nth from th State Hoe,4 dowi
the steep declivity of Bowdoin street, undeterliecd
where to spend the quiet afternoon of a Best..
Sabbath, you suddenly come upon a spacioms,


-reugk-hewm granite church, and are attracted by
the s*eUling notes of a powerful organ, struggling
for the supremacy over the torrent roar of the
choir. Entering, you listen entranced to the com-
bild harmony of pipe and voice, led op by Lowell'
Mason, the distinguished President of the "Boston
Academy of Sacred Music." I heard but little of
what was probably a good discourse," so occupied
were my thoughts with the character and gemibs of
PR. Bnca s the former pastor of the congrega-
tion. He is vastly unlike his rival, Dr. Channing.
In the pulpit, he is all action-angular, abrupt,
graceless, forcible. His arms, head, feet, specta-
cles, all in tiotion. With


---*-----;a et ulneainmes, he fells wholeplatoons of adversaries at once. To
clttty i4 Virginia. -the lover of intellectual combat, it is a thrilling
W4agsto, that the Ptesi spectacle to see him engaged in an ecclesiastical
.Ai2ni 0" ''am for a successor tournament. Overpowering in argument, he is
t>l :.ihswut Ea.qiirerO lid often reckless in his onsets. "With '" visor
t u"dge Nichlaq, and re- up," and shield dowen, he dashes fuxiously upon
....^ "A .sca .ber," iftthe Rich- his adversary; and, though wielding a Wallace
t. qp ...adi6l matic sccount of blade, is often maimed by his more wary fee.-
4l ^- z.fr t his affair, going Rising elastic from the blow, he renen the charge
5!. l, 9f-wMs&' qtaUlyim Nmdabus, as with no less courage, but more caution, and wein
m*b Jttt Office of Treasurer. is it for his antagonist if he do riot speedy find
iVIfil .lr. Oett tnd *M. "el- himself hor de combat. His writings are distin-
'I f_ lo-Te.icha d JQm- guished for boldness and originality of thought,
i^.."--"_' .. and stately diction. Hit definitions are admirable
-'. uloerstood here that -often proving his positions by their mere state-
-' -1Eg bwe been ap- ment.. As an analogical ranier, he is unsbrpass-
-j B S* .0t4. (nlud u ed by any Amican divine. His imagination, ex-
jw^Im Sim s Jo Jeba QmGupbelU, uberant and nAurally wild, hUs been teamed by as-
*W p qr'! ~y gssJ." sidnuous training. There are few specimens of
- qe. d? disneMaiet of' more splendid composition, than his labored pro-
'A*y thik theie laS' ductions. Dr. B. as very carelpsof fiats and sta-
-r4 4 or *tathe. tusi aing the dnadery of thr collection. On
'Wit^ .- fl '.Ihi way, some years since, to a public meeting of
M Qnge y-. o our beuevolent societiei, where he and a
'r.:', T :. plead.-gscrap-book friend, mn company with huim,
f a 511*,were to deliver ddies m aidi the Doctor to him,
a9 You 4attr the facts into a pile, aS Il mset them
tis uadtohs a *ywuh7y.sad onufire.'
W *-my e'a*ds Monday monig, we take the railroad, nd puff,
n'I fn*.. *al ab.. e. .n pw whizs, whi;, and away wedash mti Middlesex
It', '~ ". ,*t ,. .."rgh
Aw I "_ee- wamWs antS. green,"
A4 r& with g-vee between o W"
ti Lowel wit its brigades of factories,' and six
,_._ +* sf thomari dr, and counles spindlaes, opens to
for U General Jacks" viiited thin Ame-
ricah Mabchest," il33, a mild girls went
VI i..i .- outto ttM him, all offaem de -ed In white
r*b -anw mu n anueb frock, trimmed with .(* (what.
,aslib al, s ighitor a widower!) and am with a gen para-
lAbs...#1* i^e S W be c ito4at off he ardent kisses of the anmorou
W SB What slong EIp of gdssip and beauty "
ZHvg-'- -1 ,. A few days iterwe s, scarcely recovered from


the life. His anonymous sketches have been wide
lv copied, i and universally read. To appre
ciate- hir. you- "must -know the man, ab
stracted from the author. With the at
tractive qualities of an interesting companion
he blends a child-like simplicity, wedded to atman
ly independence and a rigid virtue. The warmth
of an intimt acquaintance 'Is necessary to mel
away the cold taciturnity of natural diffidence
In the social circle of his select friends, he is th
centre of attraction-anecdotical and witty, while
to a stranger, his conversation is exceedingly bar
ren. But, when he sinks the modest Quaker in tb
bold poet, he dips his pen in light and dashes o
the colors till the imagery leaps living from th
canvass.
But, let us drop fancy, and go to substantial
Follow me into the dining roo of the "Eagle,
where half a dozen servanT buzz around yoi
whose chief object seems to be to force the viand
down your throat as rapidly as possible. About
dozen coaches from all points of the compass din
daily at this hotel, and the way the passengers bo
down their food would give an Anaconda the dyspep
sy. "Stage ready for Exeter!" roars the bar-keepe
with startling emphasis ; and up jump half a doze
men, one just demolishing a custard, and anothi
with the leg of a chicken in his fingers; while the thin
pulling his plate on to the floor after him, respond
'" Hold on /ime going to Amesbury." Amei
bury stage ig not ready, yet Sir," coolly replies ti
bar-keeper. "Well, then-I declare I've smashed
that plate a leetle too slick---and haint got nothing' -I
it nuther !" the guests responding with a loud pea
of laughter. Dinner abolished, we leap into the car
and dart off towards the metropolis. We stop a fe
moments at Andover, a neat, quiet village, di
tinguished as the seat of the first theologic
school in the country.- Here have been' educate
many of the ablest clergymen in the Union, and
large number of our most distinguished foreij
missionaries. The buildings pf the institution star
on an elevated plain, from which the prospect f
away into New Hampshire and central Massa
chusetts, is uncommonly fine.. The route of th
railroad from Haverhill to Andover is beautiful.-
The Merrimack, wending itstkilver walk on you
right,
Now glitters in the sun, and now retires,
As bashful, yet impatient to be seen."
At Wilmington, we lock arms with the Lowe
cars, and rush into Boston in company.
Yours, &c. RAMBLER.
S -
[From'the Boston Daily Advertiser.]
AMERICAN AND BELGIAN RAILROAD!
The most complete and intelligent survey of th
railroads of the United States which has yet bee
made, we prestume, is that which has been mad
during the last eight months by a distinguished
foreign engineer and author,. F. A. Chevalier d
Gerstner. This gentleman, after having built tlh
first railroad, and ore of the longest, on the cont
nent of Europe, which has been in operation-froi
the year 1832, 130 miles in length, connecting th
rivers Muldau and Danube, in ,the Government o
Austria-and subsequently, in 1836 and 1837, om
of the most perfect and successful, leading fr6ol
St. Petersburgh to Zarskoe-selo, constructed under
the immediate patronage of the Emperor Nicholai
and intended as the commencement of a railroad
from St. Petersburgh to Moscow, a distance of 42
miles-canme to the United States' in Novembc
last, and has, since that time, made a thorough ex
amination of the railroads of the United States.-
When he was in this city some months since, h
showed an intimate acquaintance with the minute
detaflsof the different modes of construction, wit
the various kinds of machinery, and with the me
thods of. management ; and in hi examination c
the different railroads, sOme of which ho visited re
peatedly, for "the purpose of thorough inquiry inut
ifovements of any-kind, ho took notes of -te ex
penses of construction, repairs, and maAgenmpt-
amoupt of business, and income-the mode of ep
ing accounts, and such other details as w"! af
r-d to hi intelligeit amd discriminating nM i'
lipht which is to be derived fromi ti*Tr
W nce of the conductors of all thee ,
his r^8eti%'S4* Euirope, he will-3 tt~~tt
7a report ro great in'tre't'd valae. iiw
at recently was, in the WeteT country,. where 1i
has printed, for the information of his friends i= th
,t.gte'48ta_^ a bref report, embodying a part o
the resulta ofJtisinve-tigtli fl!othe Americai
railroads, and Compring~ them ,~h^,eufto kfl
DMshed 'in the tE luAu~~t^ ah'yt
of railroads constructed by the Geveo i nTohfBel-
gium. These facts are curiouasis this Ia the firE
authentic statement of the kind, embracing an1
considerable number of these works, which has beer
published. -
Mr. de Gerstnwr states, that after inspecting thu
railroads between Albany aqd Lake Erie, he pro-
ceeded to "the Eastern States, visited the railroad
of Massachuastts, and proceeded theace thrbugi
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
Virginia, North andlSouth Carolina, GeorgiA An
Alabama, to New Orleans, visiting all the railrostd
in the different States. He proeed these up
the Mississippi, and inspected the internal improve-
ments of the Western States, and was about tc
proceed to examine those of Pennsylvania. He
states that he had already passed over more- tlhM
2000 miles of railroads in the United States, and


had been every where received with the greatest
kindness. The presidents, directors, and engineer
of the different railroad lines,had given hun not
only their printed reports, but had- laid.before him
with the greatest liberality their books and ac-
counts, in order to give him every kind of informa-
tion. He ys, i fulfil only my d uty, when. pub-
licly acknowledge that such a liberality is only to
be found amongst a free and enlightened -eople,
where all public works are based on the principle
of publicit and where secrets do not exist We
copy from his statement the fAi4ng passages .
"Aecordinqto the facts collected during nly travels
since my arrival in -New York,. there are nowiver
three thousand milea of Railroads awon completed and in
Opera ift t e United 8tei; 425 locomotives, of
which the greatest number wer wre made in this. country,
run on the several Railroads, and I believe tht up to
the end of-1839, the length of Rairodn the United
States mayamount to 4100 miles. The capital ex -
led on the Railroads now in operation, iwa t sixty
million of dollars, or an average cost of twenty thou-
sand dollars per mile, for which sum: the Railroads
with the ;-ildis, have been constructed and the ne-
cessary lconwtwys and cars bought. -, .
"Several Railroads havy9, been utndertken within-
sufficieat means, and the shareholders fonnd tbem-
selves under the necessity of employing the income of
the first yegr in improving. the Rairoad, in budiz
engine houses, Sp., and purchasing leoomoives
ars. n onsealqiuence of this the sliheholders got,
.tring that Ume, no diridemls,.but the Railroad miH
yielded 4go4d inc.- Other 4L road*pwhen finish-
.,id from five to ten per cent. income *the stcka
lxolers, others have not yet paid any diideads fcr
want.of a sufficient numberof passenger- d freight,
The avge resulWt of the Railroads now ih6peraion in
he Uniad Swates is, that They gie yearly interest of
ire and a a.per cent. emthe eaptafinvested. This
result aMtU regarded as very satisfaetory, because
te greatest part. of the lines have only been a few
_.Ws M openi-dn. 'es ** y
" On a~f-ies there is yearly indr e*. of at
I$ to 2 W per Oent.. _ha, t gross income, bsat 9ven
hose lines "ich do -pal now, will give, inm a few
rears, a handsowe OdividenfL According toeRap .tate.
nents, based on the communications oi in
his county, 1 have no diubtthat the lae 1 l.
rested in (te Unid States, etat
nly prdflri ir*- bevLeftt to the .Wbut
likewise arV th~~ a dividend. wh* .*-


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+ 7.* ,. .. '^ A ." "" < :. -+^ +" "' ^ ~ '"' '* .. -... '
,-!year n mo has been donthan wa espeeted. the- THE MILITARY AcADMcY.--The:6 Alohing*ig A i. c p- CINU-AprR .e o o.. il_-hn' m a plu-at Th oyfgw
e- enlightened mliiter Noombpublised annl es f the five mostdistizg-MeCad of 1U T papa" of thichwbrtaai t .anB CUUbJSU" r D Wu4
' portsto the tive Apsembly, besides other speM names of th f. ,'- w New T qk *4 4, .ierS .- was marrimed to a w'oa y
cial rot of the Bto ssof.he works, in whick the the, Military Academy in their respective Ciw, 'U at -ceirc r' ae.-w .y 1 ; ;,who.t. cigh children who .w li
public lE i 7d-i i source of experience, not / e determined at the General Examination, held at aa- Ifst made iag readat a ig a bui like the wife, died within the
n to be mct with inanym a or work on the subject redCtoalno--nC ft.ss,uandOlktehe," held wat spaeeedf fiev. wit
n- has to the King who firstre WesPnt durin the month of June, 1839 Cotton PlantiitMAs and otheheld rat o vee
h alizedsuch a grand idea, and to his enlightened minis- First Class. Macon, Georgia, on the 7thinStat. The great .
It ter, who judiciously cdoducted the work, and so libe- 1. Isaac J. Stevens, of Massachusetts. length of the document prevents our giving at pre- CLASS ViALflIOiOtY.-Thb fSlowingon, wrinen
. rally communicated 2.its es Robt, Q. Butler, of Viorginia. ver yref sy ip i. its co t y Samuel Iongelow, of PrtiLd, a memiberft the
Ir111.sent more than a very brief synopsis of its conte'nd t ....es." -
e The whole le fthe Belgia railroad, now 3 'Henry W. Halleck, of New York. sent more than a graduating classof the presem m, in mrrdUn-
an Theasuwholea lengtha *se4f thei B ws1sugr#
le completed, is 15 English miles.. Successive parts 4. Jeremy F. Gilmer, of North Carolina. It assumes that cotton has pasedrf lbaopxtion vemol, was sux nt $xe Ciw &by.. gta. day
r- of this connected line have been opened for public 5 Henry L. Smith, of Maine. of a mere-article of commerce, aid has become the re- evening lalt: .A 'A# ..t.0
ie use from time totime,'from May, 1835, to August, &Scond (7 gulator of exchanges, and, like specie, the standard of T bne i-4he asars ,-
:c Class. T~he bre-ze~is f~i&,--4he saf ara e t,--
'n 1838. The cost of those works, including buildings, Paul 0. Hebert, of Louisiana. value. It asserts, that so great andunwieildyhas l The eager illow snwelt .
oe locomotives, &c, wap, $34;O00,000, which is equal 2IWx,.Pau Joes, tofLVirgiania. uo rd neeybac, htteodnr eenToe eagr sasnwel
e locomotives, &c, wo 4000,000, which s equal o. Wm. P. Jon es, of Virginia. staple become, and such an influence does it exirt Yetlingerst l the parting hip,. .- -.
to a cost-of 41,300 dWlars per mile. The railroad 3. John McNutt, of Ohio. upon trade in every branch, that the ordinary merean To waft* slat fkimelL .-/ -, r
i. from Brussels to Antwerp-twenty-seven miles- 4. Chas. P. Kingsbury, of North Carolina. tile operations of the country cannot properly manage Ci .. -
Sconsists of a double track. The rest are .single, .5. Wim. Gilliam, of Indiana. its exrt and sale, but that a gre Lif' e s before sie otilt .
I, and the rail is of a weight if 45 lbs.p. per yard. Ad- s export and sale, but that a great sstem of co pera .,
Is ditional buildings are yet to be erected, and addi- Thrd s. tion of banking institutions unecessrytopreventthe 'MidodAi 0a l,-la"t. I
w *djyos .us -- gv
a tional locomotives and cars provided, which will 1. Zealous B. Tower, of Massachusetts. 'subjection of the interests of the country to foreign 'WWp s en patd. *
ic probably swell the cost to an average of 45,000 dol- 2. Horatio G. Wright, of Connecticut. combinations. The scheme of the circular is exhibit- Onn u ,
t lars per mile. 3. Masillon Harriso., of Virginia d u.ne h f ha- Or ,., ?.a i--- "
- The rates-of fare on the Belgian railroads are 4. Smith Stansbury, of Maryland. n r t o has Td, o th m ... ..J
mhe t an on thoe EgJsiah Gorgas, of New York. 1. The natural price of Cotton is the effect of the T'T is nMt wi th n il ,
er. much lower tian on those of England orthis coun 5- g fair and natural influnee of supply and demand To hail our Jubibe. -. "- ..
in try. There are classes of .senger cars, all mo- Fourth Class. f ri ann t e teoy ard de Tha.o r bhe. ,* -
in; 2. The prie cannot be steady, and the article C" :
er vming in the saie train, but differinrin the degree of 1. Henry L. Eustis, of M assachusetts. 2 hrcannot bo current, so a to ad nit of mafe elcla- Then nsnsa. be ,&I t t. S
0, comfort to thdtraveal#, The rate of fare in each 2. John D. Kurtz, of the LMtrict of Columbia. .tions of the planters the manufacturer Anach hetli be fill ed ha wsd a
fs, .f these per iile, f6 each passenger, with 44 lbs. 3. Goee. W. Rains, of Alabama. and the "erat, unless the i, ndetel natural. It O i 5tOle. e l "
,,. .. .. .... ... .., ......and the m-#cat, nesote prie .be natural. It. .:. _.._.- .
s of baggage, is as fellows. In Berines 2 1-3 cents; 4. Wm. S. Rosecrans, of Ohio. Jsos n h nteet o h the v ts or -t .
he Diligences 2 cents chars a bans, 1 1-3 cent; wa- 5. Richard W. Johnston, of Virginia. that the article hould be prett oe tA n the one hand sses, .. OMA' Aff y n *^- w ii
d gons 4-5 of a cent for soldiers, only half prices a .. fromtan l Yrea ao u bepcultiveh tion, which Y>,fowfth' w earMlM u, :
y paid. The tins perform at an averagerate of 17" TsoDoRn cSE aWIcK, in declining the Loco from any gre Wat.ndunu a latt ion,_ whic Yereet, now patron geum ja it, .s,
Sgons o o soiersionly half pric aWevfeel howtroe g mid .e.
al English wiles'per hour, including alt siops-and Foco nomination for Lieutenant Governor of Mua- might i' p tu rl l__ 4,oi Which binduptl heart wies. -:"
the uther, from any de t ine money nw-
a, from 20 to 25 miles, running time. The fare per sachusetts, has written a letter, somewhat indig- n oth detaun the mony tr-_. C ~s 4 : .:
w mile, in the three lafes of cars on the Liverpool nant to the nominating committee, reminding them, oer tacta at whc mg Tmenil, fer tne 4W 4 _t,
s- and Manchester railroad is 6 cents, 4 3-4 cents and that they were well aware of his determination not press it below that rate. The. ""effect of grnat andt @ In ea.
al 3 cents. to stand, and referring them to a letter from him to undue speculaton eing to deran.e e money maOu hewe sareat e3 ttf "
d The number of pa,,engers in 1837, was 1,384,- that effect, which they had kept from the public ket, and to produce re-action, wit undue depres- T.Ourweare wldar o ." 1 -
".....Sion of prices. i i
a 577, and in 1838, induding 56,618 soMiers, 2,238,- contrary to his wishes.--[Providence Journal.] n pr e.,,, Oar Ing cups we'll gaiy orn
3. The state of the currency mainly depends on nalkt
$03 The avrg dV i y istance travl~led by --each pas-.. .. W-N"" >- i" ...
rn 03.Theavrag ditace ravlle b eah ps-the moans which the country possesses, to ~ its And if a: thorn should l urk bens-aili,.t
id enger in 1837 was 17 miles, and in 1838, 23 miles. ELECTION OF CHIEF ENGINEmR.--We have as- foreign e thb 7h *mntseofis to ye And i fthp ,houldlrk fli t ig
ar The-gross income of-38 was 3.,100,833 frahcs, or certained from official sources that the whole num- egn e, y spments o is pruce. o e We feel it a pt.to h -.
a- 581,770 dollars, indudng 162,015 ftncs for ber of firemen qualified to vote at the electionnow extent its produce or manufacture falls short of that 6,,,. r.. : ,-
to over weiht of .thobject, exports of specie may be induced, the effect Then fill! let Ian-" andte ow
he over weight of bagge and freight The ex- pending is 1462, We have been able to procure o e t, ot m e uce, eeect len e l-
"~~~~~~ of e e, .... "e which ms be a reduction of the circulation, Le t no sad =61b
- penses ofthe first toenonths of 1838, amounted the returns of only 40 companies, which show a oe-f..f which must be a reduction of the cirulation, -Leten sdt .*. h -ii
r to 1,619,189 francs. early half the whole length result as follows: with depreciation of property and general distre u FI! fip! r of ma s s ,
of railroad, viz: 70 iles was opened only at if-. For Anderson, 522votes. 4. Cotton, in this country, being by far the most A-... .. e'n now aws e: --
ferent periods of t year 1838 It is estimated Purdy, 15 important produce, and according the great means thorim e tem in .ulibt mu ,-.
that the income of will be equal to 5088,000 Hoffmire, of paying its foreign debt, it is tle interest of the BBoright as i: n w.o
community, and particularly of the monied institu- Dot;i.Y us tie liwudn. ..".
ll francs, and the net e 1,700,000 francs, which tons, that the price of it in England, the great mar- Life'ssubm s roun
is equal to 5per ce on the cost expended-an 539 ,. .. ... -
amount sufficient that country to cover the in- There is every reason to believe, and indeed we ket.,) should be steady, and that the article should be s ...
tere8t, -anda sinking ,und.ofone per cent. have it from good authority, that a report has been of current sale, so as to ber the means of large and Then-itl tI nh minttoe ; +' :1
After giving a m, of other facts, and calcula- industriously circulated among the firemen that the effective remittance. It followsthat -the interests r bu ng hes.. -
...... s.... ... ......... ... ......." e of the batik'n W-titutionA here are the same as "- ="" ""' '
tions in relation to .e Belgian railroads, Mr. de election has been postponed by order of the Corn- of the bankg situations here are the same a Life's suabe a kotd ux ui '. -
SGerstner proceeds 0 give the following mon Council to a future day; that thus the election, those of the three classes firstmentioned, namely, Btt- at o : -
he Comparison of the gian Railroads with those in if'carried through by the firemen would hbe abrogated that the price should be natural, that it may be And, at his ste on twige e et,
Comparison of tth e figwn Raulroaaa with those +n .. n _are 'nog "yne.ee ,wo "i...eaoroate- .tea aw ........ ;.o+,, -' _ano, a nm amrn ueet, .; +
3n theuaited. States. and nullified thereby. It is more than probable, steady, and of easy realization. E'en friendship's oaem hos r ,mu m-
oe A -.. Te u No 3 te b.. therefore that after all the firemen will have but a 5. The interests of the British Government, of .And cease its revel. .
passengers daring 1-2 ears reduced for the partial voice in the election of their "chief."-- the Bank of England, and of the banks of that t- -ank o-t. "
lhpsengers during n e i t years, reduced for ithe country, in respect to thi article, are the same as asn we o0 a b4iamm.I -
lenlgtofone miemounted on the Belgian Rail- the interests of the banks here. The importation Wit
rads~to 88,981,7W .or at an average per year of Wi"th r ho ll]#ttvl- W- a I nd .l '~
roads to s ....or .at ^.an avr age pe ye^ BANK OF WiscoNsiN.---The Wisconsin Demo- there being immense, and the employment of a To aie onemeetar mn .
S25,42A314 A jftbexgulegh 0 oa iep-'- ca r ura41_
oration during Vhoe nimewasgth 53.1 mdio we crat states that the Attorney-General, Wells, has most numerous body of the laboring classes de- "tea of I. -
... hve peJ$ .,u.,....,o +v+ +,,, -""notding on the~ steadiness of p es When they '+ .
Shave478,783 t gh passengers annually. The commenced proceedings against this institutions are not sti--.thet foreign dem.ad fo nuthey-SAES OF STOCKS --t'
Be lgian Razilroa* re therefore traelled over on The attempt is to sue out a writ of injunction, and tured cotton is reduced greatly, the operatives ... ReportedW y J3 Sy,.s.er, -.--S bu '
i r W I t,.X nea4ry 50,000 passengers per. force a settling up of its affairs. The question has thrown out of employment, and the grat manof e i Wall .A
r eparison settling the balance ;if trade, witbott the extta van ns ~ & Hub-
rCost of^-Cnst. etion.-A mile pf Railroad with been argued, anda the Court has decided to rant t..of th precioush metal are w w., do---h,....--.-- 4 3
M ., ujw ,, ,,+.-a ,m+V+ ++a,+uu w ecded__ .....tionn9f the.precous e ta~ls, m t w it .,;hdaw...n 1l' 65. d.. o..""w......., i
4 single trackan4 the necessary buildings and out- an injunction. feturs, a e dwt d ctt by f a tems i r -' 1a d- _.o--.-- -. j




d lit,^erge 35U0 facturednt~ coton pagesin by far,^^^ th mos imp do
-A itn ,mnr o a egr, a d 1,000 d oas ofu goods car- T E I BILL OF,, -T-. .. ln Er +e.i w u1 car or det ion 150 do-- d ... .... ....
i0 Iost no er America ,0 .oas; on te.lgiu The amount of specile in the vaults of the Bank tat branch of their exporttr a0de.,0 5 d -do .-.... -





4,3 Be llgan there hae than twici e e 7^8 Ana.Rtr fte Corner Iam B. branchK of p thei oaoti -etrande 4-8-ed 30410 ^ a^.^^5y *
4r .. .. ..lorFoameethn ticcaout.6. Consequently any arrangement that could be -do do'...... 7 7
Tarf.B-On the Ameran Railroads, a passen- of France in Jqy, according to the official returns, formed, by which the article would be protected 150 o' -
er pays ai an-t ge 6 cents per mile; on the was 460,000,000 rancs. from the effects of undue speculation, and from 10 .--
fo ail Railroads, only I1cent or five times less; T50 o dep sessionn in the money market, and b which --o .. b ........ 67
avigeCAACE FfHMb EF.SN--t3 a-seadiessiofnpice wthe m cumrretancy fbslewoudich o50- j
r freight the chazr e is, in America, at an average HARACTER 0F wee Ma JFF4ROj 4V---t is an 0 -- do.' ..67s
. Fo c..ipr.. t. per mile. --' nounced in the Bo-son papers, that Weeks,, Jorda b ess om pricedwiodecurrency s oftse, woulat 10 -- r T 7






11 Fro bei roloe ---ienc^ woul Casservw.14 eilt n xhuto1; 6sale someRC ofetw the greaes o 50 7 I'm^WWi1- 7^W 7
d -OnthdAmerican -Railroads, passenger & Co. of that city have in Press, The Character a .st interests in both ,countries. ""''' '
are conveyed with' speed oTfrom 12 to 15 miles of Thomas Jefferson. as exhibited in his own writ-- 7. It is therefore proposed to form a system by 0 S- m fa.'""
h in b ...... ....... v'v" ... ....... ..... ,-,, .,., ......... ,,,8 o






1 Onthe B s lclaroa ;Ton the Blian rom croy^^ Itmcu^33 tto ~ ~ NTTL .W Ro ni p 50 H S^ rE "' <| *i
per hour, stopb included; on the Belgianroads g, by Theodore Dwight, author of the History -which, with The .Co.mencement of the new crop, 0 t. %- ?rP rU |
at the rate of7 miles, or stop pages not included, -of the Hartford Convention, &c." The work will advances on cotton shall be made with the capital 100 -1 .
Sat the rate of front 20 to 25 miles. be issued 6oon, and will contain 300 pages, 12 mo. oredio of bk hr t b lei. .th c o -B .
S _aTr j /..-.-There ar-e at an.-t average, 35,00 0 i 50," "- -
throgl pasesianeng s, arid 15,000 tons of goods car- INTERESTINGBILL OF MORTALITY. sigte in Europe from all care or consideration, L3 Ido
3 R ted annually over theyAmrican Roads; on the Fro themStatistical Report appended to theMda sa J ssto 10 S? 2S2 -
wu bprom ote all tW pe u1erests, and afford gene-100 0
m there have been carried per year 478o 3 Annualfturn of the e Coroner, 31 B. WHEELER, i satisfaction on sides of. the water, providedL er a
Through paasengps, and the transportatio of goostaEsq., for the yeany3ding Dec.1 3, 1838, we glean it weot A the m n reti citl d .
I only commenced a'short time-since. the following interesting particulars: inab eYcy or inrcy 10 11.5.
y i0wie obt|.7.4ha same ausountg on the Ae- Total numbr -oi f Mqetsgfor the year, '014 6, h o f tUn e oseuatiom 9r do ce, 0d t> '. .
andm d$ividi 4 avet7ey4 er mile -f perO this nuber there were Male 410 the witersdisteame BOyvhadtrer fewil to.- 10 3 4 4 n.-b
---Females, 13-W wards F. au: o'b&tdothvL' n utedomt-0
-ear,193-603 4 imputeto t- 4
'Fo15000 ~at & cents 1$25..q~Sil& 5- Mie ivPduAksk ?h~ a
From i pssen d conaingenciber 200 Caus unknown, 34; Ste-land rexhauon, 14;, -
-y t-e -d Bre an~d~ scalded S, C24;d DelIrium trnien, 8; viewsoun the -w om of the h measu re.The ow- aW 100W do do.-








On the e Del tesedn h atr in ieaer 'Wle 3, & c Itl3, 8)!tepranee, 3 3; Visitation-63 of -e NAthLr Ad WARE of Ikisissippi. 80.-.B A.M.O&|Li


than o to LA' aica aroa49s, it was necessary '" a fir fl fli a .... 6 L.
rto employ rail# o 44l Ib. 'per yard, while their FilE.-Abou$ twelve o'clock last night a fire The following specimen of the style and chr- lll .
&V Weight. enwty leas on the American Rail. roke out min a paint shop attached to a wheel- ter ofO Capt. Mariat's new wa, ,A ,Diary i At .'L. --ii- L
wright's ihopn 18th street, between 9th and 10tb America," will. amue our readers. Pt may be
Exe es per passeng.peri.,le .-These Avenues, owned and occupied by Mr.rW..,' W XMe-tmh3aoy'i-, .
Belghium only U.73 ests, and in Anerica tii 49 tin)whiph, with the whole of its contents, was en- iirt to a certa ege, but i videnty a made- tr C ttu -- i
Scents, or. 31-2 times mre. The reason-of it tirely deatro.ed. The fire communicated to the up atory, founded upon the Captain's notion of ofn m:tk" tJS G i' i
; .that the Amrerici .trss tcontain S 1:2 times less adjoining building. g o 1th street, and to the rear what the Amnierican propensity to barter would be ,In te b"i0. 6.t l
Passengers, whe the expenses per train per mile of a range of dwellings on the 10th Avnue,- f t the exa rated length he describes s J.
Share equal in bot counes. It is very nealy the tween 16th and 17th streets, all of which were e dArc.b.e. ,r Mra.s" h 1
'sme for a Locoamdtiv',to.carry 40 or 143pasen. destroyed. The whole of the buildings destroyed. He may relate it as a fact, but it will reqauie bett ..ax f .of
* geain a train. were of woodwithfthe exception of one twO story evidence than that of the acute dispooser of the copy- btrnk S. Dieoda tod tpkibf
'- A_ annual crrat. eqeastsp-.In Amena the an- brick building on 16th street, owned- by Mr. Tho. right of there Phantom Ship, to substantiate its ao-_tntict .l. r W ,_-
nual current expensesI& irking aiRailroad, are __ Tovnsend, and occupied as a store-houis, attach curacy. after mentioning that he mast with two SM -OF.
.'Tm le, -'. to Mr. T.'s liuor reery, the contents.o of which cac.". O. ..
SFor transport~ionoCffS*6paT 'Were saved. The buildings on the 10th- venue young ladies, both good looking, and perfect stran- niverswry Meeteg.of CL:5 7,
sengers, it 2 1-2 ceot, $875 were owned by Dr. Chabert; los eot ted at gers toech other, when travellimg M atage Moih, At- ..- ..: J .. i
T-For tranaportition of 16,000 tons about $3000. Mr. Martin's loss is etBimted at he says .- -w-O ,maa 1A J f,,v I .
Fr! trns "o o f"' sh aib0 osi etuaw taout$00"" e $50 inue lG rveln S ofgoodsat 6 1-2 tents, 975 about $2000; isured $6B00. Mr. Chs. Quilt One lad a pretty pink ilk bonnet, very fine -for PC* .ifti--L-- l ll"
riFor t.s p1ion of -she maIl Jo ss sesti oat.d" at about.-,M; insured *. .trave-l~ifigT-the o'thrani sM'i t"i '.e', ii i.i _- '!l(
r trspota .P .....l,-
and otha expeusu.$i -10- There were four horses destroyed in a sta~blf in theL young lady in the plush, eyed the p nk bou ri ln4
rI rearOf1th street, the owner's name not aacer- some time; at last Pzak-obser ine d oin wug "' tsof
Total, -160 taed. The tire -s supposed to )i4the work o(. th.f-ind.rent W7A,.h-' at'srater.4prektyb4 e or __d
-8 dollar cntae.t oeryT100 dollars gr os designr-{Jour, Coi net of your's, ,.ye.'s_,h I calculate it's whif..
incom. andne Bo g re. so~ffADoL.-Alae1ube40,te w rather taat,' replioPick.-Afteria pane and m a. income Wip r "g' ye Re
dolla os r-e*epue7 the'expenses am ra, are s* ..' tn s cjdI, Y*,
69 cents, or $ year' per i lo SW 4ollnas a y t8 e -c say to patwit it." "a l' We .l r, I d4a6' ow, ..'
cents + "In consequence of some derv.ations made by ut I mit; he wo it = h l .
utIibt;Ihvwodibig hcd &ysj I reck- .
u, on, .cap.l iived.-In America the tihle Maruis of Loudonderry in the House of Lords, on. -'Oh, my! I shouldlave lerelok llodJ o *a...- *gB i 'l
awiuwaI avera r xm' icomne. per m of Roa, i speech i which he de-nomia--ted Mr. G +ttas tarried it .... p..p it ne 4. Ow ..-an- i ..
-oq.ts to dars, the a-nual turre t .x-, oduct as basW iuhuman, and feroclo's,a meeting days.' I've a notion it didn't rain not See. i-Sf .T'+
PSftps ti 1 dilars, W as on Wimbledon-common. not the only bonnet bte mi.' We! aS, I ma
', d wt h^ t.s o-a"m la of! ftod,,(20,0,00, d o ja t do y rceied& Mr. Ortsafimu id,_ shMld not mind an exhsg, snd payin-yftlke W d *..
lots) give 51-p per ci. -aterest. Oi the RWal- tfted-in-he air. The buses was an-aged- n.'-'Tha!s.awSkl thiay t at -X&
trids in BJ tm- income pe wt 'a ood deal of mock lemty. Thfollow- .'-' I ratherth o.t, a U Aot f ,
mile, is.6003n.Alt cel erts, te epns ru iig art thbq .p6rt i of Mr.sGrattansseerch, allud- Coeme,,miss wv t wi1 yu tae 'Why, 1 'iO a cy.tk -e .1WhI. l
dollars 86 ce 1I 20M'dollars 89 cept4 :" rs h rMajesty's know.; what will y-w=give?-'Treckm op U el
inest on t .yf o =A ddlla f per mile, or life *, .not .safe4 if t. Tories caine iNt .pow.- w beat u ..r quesuC0 I, i i'.r .
exactly 5oper Wt.er; and he (Mr. Grattan) declared solemilyAthat then, I shouldn't lie lessiha. A
An ffiial^wmK h^Icom~ndEl imni l was auvince she would not qie~ months itfdla M.nypift' I teclibn two would be 11AMVA *^^~ieila^
ture of the co a foy tr S rainSJan. that evet tdok plac" Alec, "Ileknew the Tory neaDrer tue tA; bA it, of.* no- conseq ims 5, 1887, 1838afnBd 1 t, ha just ieea tie l. party were capa4le of overy species of huoan base- 'Non* ihAhe tms4ims, only I kow thO valwin ,UlW
The Chanc ell of tb Jichoquer, oan itroduci ne ai ferocity." Lor'loydwderry, i jtetir- my bonnet. W.'ll sy no zUgg bout it'-.' rs t .
his budget in y, htt'y*ear, anticipated for h to MrA Grattasays; "If these entimen.a .. ..W antb MS^ wf 6?. 7 1 .a t


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T7 tM P-ARK TREATH]. J. P. WRIGHT, York Albany, ad Tro BATH BUILDING. "
u, .", ".K.AN.T-.B. S& ,Et S LVENNY.ING, Jurfor win ONDJOB pR T R ._. SaoatLine. .LONG BaeRANCHtaOe7, onAh Arotat -eJO BA.T BIEk,,
.I E 114,1un, WS C More-Ea e Gann;... is" (. o NEw Srr, N. Y. .,..pn c.t. A poE se.
,- eTje U- ft. eo e ftrar .. aptai Rc N-" Sm..,N.Y. Th ALBANY, Th y aming, at 7 o'clock. of company, and w otnesoun e d -
e as S s Mask Meredith, Wheatley am d cu neate ad ptuaty, The ERIE, Friday ing, at cock. tember.U remitted ao wl e e t d tot
M.; RiTomW6od, chardaon; El Miss de a thLw. Fromthe foo .nortla. der the Branch adesirable residence. durig the sea-T iTnsfer
... .. so As PAS DE andlothe MrLa and Miss pri.nt The DE WITT C ON, nd a r ati son. A haehp arret th
.o~k, sWorn1ia LR do, Prevtis to the DramathiPreludeof-MONSIEUR ed. t W y o'clock. F 'a. fully sooiited e ANNBR NSHAW- n 1
con ia, Ric e TON SON-Mo iaeur Moiblesu, Mr Nickin o Mr ECTCRES ON THE GREEK LANGUA t The SWALLOW, F deroon, at 5 o'clock. igB22w Ow Widow o late Witen BRenhaw. 2
i,,T T. .Bf Tho s Fis r;Ja k Ardourly W eaey; i .LiterCture; b N. F. Moore, LLD. A few NOTIC .-A.. re b .e, b-a bili M, WNT A[N- A CN Oang
Kieg, RMilugs; .Aol phneO, Mrs Pritchard; Madame copie of this valuable work for sali by specie, or any other pfl4prty tN wrhe
m d 4 das fam Ponce, P,.+ Bet rge, MA o Vernor S. CL AN,8Aswor Home. or put oft board the sit is Linee, M"st be t*e 1n Ferrit p e i
days .f... S. C110 a.... F errma--T
...toJLaLw.7ko..Tdo, do,. Der.ope at7o'cck-Perfoormaneecommen-esat O. 5, THE PICTORIAL b.CM, byrik of owners of, su Oight e, ,& opned orthreceonofbardvtrs lSdlt
.ar.mn_.& Co. I 0TO. oes, $ 5-it, c al,25 eta. N Wor th. Imported by cani o ia ,n. between the ferry and" the hotel't A
psa-for NY65in 3 do; T.- jy25 WM. -A- COLMAN, 205 Broadway. .LXBA*4ON lgi** w J UtSON`everyhrf drhyc
a ? --aJ- EENGJulyg, 2,ibpentd The- r'LrE PENNY MAGAZINES for AND BE-,p. EeR- AtLL 7 lock,:A,M PJe-3 Mm .IR, P'frietor.
.-i.nnmSa Wrooed m o B9,,,$ uRY o. e r~n me -AL THE .. ... .m -
a-,_" o -ftq .Batmo, --- 9 .. May, viz: a a aIN TITUTE, Tre
DON teelebrated.:Dbara of- ROKWOOD- Dic :+ .: IH rse
4"04 Gontet&ed Theerte.I1am f0D~iUu Saturday Mag.zine. Ax ExtTSRANDC~SCLBArNCOL iiedo h
-*" 4a f4m4 Mreeneck,. Mr Woolford; Pvter. adley, Br ; Lrke ahey, G 'The LmAin Penny Magazine. -AOR C oys S 2Ot, is. the
Y_ ** PPlati. uWhoctor0 0osKj= Sy, Hall $ JeMry Jutiuperbara The London Penny CyrlopPdia. -.-The, Cxs 4of t6d B.ksiir .R.ilroadTrw ehr., N Y. -the the
Port t h RP p lookwookW Fo ter, Sybil, Mrs Sha; Barbara, Chambers'- Einburg J a. Com pa y, wll leavre."- -w- -seav a" te.thet of-September" the. 2Lt to the 1
Ck togers; Eleanor Movtdray, Miss Turnbuil; "Ladly noc',s ie to Kledge. next) the 0o*ttlo ,pt I{ARL$ LYON, .... Pr 1. jyl3 3w
do, ow Pree t whicknwt be oresee d Pla of YWM A.. _LMAN, 4 o'clec k, _Mr (No day Scholars receiy ,dt) OH.O L
Sr to whi-h will beBresented the Play 205Badway. Passenger wiU rom the teao Land- EE are nowx vacancies in this Institut A
-.-"'B -- '., p r; Mia TJWH ; Ale MriBrr 0.1t ,UMMEt' CLOTHING AT RETAIL.-The in,-nd delivered by Railroad, within actt Pup"ls are admitted anytime dring the term. i A DID
Proctor; Miehael, J H IWIl; Albert, Xis iurnltu11 wil be CIT~ont
;.y s'" ro~m Londn Emma, Mr Poelr. J; k: subscriber wising to reduce their stoek of Sum- miles of New Lebanon, ere Post Coaches w be .l. contng term, reference, &c., may be had at Caital Stock of
ILs rMer Clothirig, will offer it at retail for cash until 1st in readutess to take the' the Springs, where they Mr. Wn. A. Oolman', 205 BroadwayW; Mr. T. J abetoteSt
-i Bea. 5 das from t f- dSchor and tharlms Ty, August, txreduced prices. F.J. CONANT & CO, will arrive in about 3fem nud e Broadway, opposite Niblo's, or Messrs H.& Comni
rol, ... ..& Co 'for thesBitterB-ood, uwoJ,!ewe pecea dranaved 81 Cedar street, up stairs, between Nassau On the reurn, Ca-rn wil leave the Springs for S. Rakmor,76 fowey y2 3tawlis of- .-intat
I2BS^^l8KuT. h e biepl l are jy2-5 andBroadway. the Railroad twice a immediately after breakfast 0o MERCHANTI AND CLERKS.-A R e- jy al
ILL 0, .. Leat bo. orth. T ein; e fil r omt -230'i an novels-an ariv adson about hal pas io the is. o Jl,
... _*SSK^li ^ ql, ..61 S, oo t OFE.-0 lmegee tofo a^ y .. .+. $^^y. .MA l-Hat hisRoms,88Ce-- jy~al
I n. 6 8, Doors oPen at7. Peafcmiancea commence at a of HWAD.A.. A.M. md half pat 5, Mg Rig f- street t nf
^a & ^rW1 8i ^ctp I^ S^ ^^ HWAND ASPIWALL^ y A .,-ndhafpat5,
.n _,td:t spoke ship 8 o'clock.. Bowas er oS." PitA 37r, Gallge-Olayad y Tr.y w i ti;n, emproyment. Alrl. sc hBarekiUviTEDt.
'S. p U OzeRD~s,-c Pt, 37L G~allery$So~mt at. "Wn t1is tfre maSi earo tlba o new Leiv carlland enter their names, foer occupation, J
.a .aens e -.. (JSaG ARN. TTGAR-106 hhds extra prime Porto Rico Sur, banon, Pfittsfield, St and Lee, and mi `com idence. tJIDE-
h o r .. -U I W i m i e
.. .. e, T S- E. July T1O entertain now landing, for sale- t down m ti Mornig and te the a Merchntsand ot wishing to employare inform- sadalr
!3& A. ..... :.. w.ly Am tie pie entJl2,.8i39,e Jy25 HOWLAND & A PINWALL, 55 South St. Tmin, or na the Ev Zoats, adeoy a god ed that the Register is open fothe to look over en and al
t. n wth fa Ln pc e le ALT-25 sahs fine Liver gpool Salt, for saeri n. 'ake selec or a des the ad
r mTW`ICE C The Man in the Basket- rest, and go ourn6 ri.mk slcinota nt eciigtekdo h rnfrbo
Ischr Couaver, t u Euclid FT le ith n; Fergus Facile, Stewart So t public houses i are Mow -equal, if not a teon wanted, will receive mediateatteion, free j
S. Holdfast Ferrers; Recss, T Bishop; Miss Fg 3y25 HOWLAN-& ASPINWALL. 55 Sth t expense inured by plaint a a he.
05 dw.fm Galvestn, Texas, Hopperyerer; -Ayres;i Mrs Fa, .. -- prime Po West Stockbr $1; "tonotheegit the er .v
[lot f old copper and iron, 50 Miss Monier;4 Pmy Oeppe, Miss Ayres; Mrs Fa- OLASSES-2Ohhds prime Porto Rico Mo$1,& Stokige 5 Lee, 8IDito CSpi
-'skins, 62 hides, to 8 Smth.-- cile, Mrs Conway.- M for sale by. HOWLAND & ASPIN WALLings, R IA


-3ia lii thie Wall, spoke Roin, .Bal.dock_; Miss Hamret, Mss Morner; Molly <.,U.NNY BAGS8"-70 bale. fa ,emed.iua~dsman STEAM SHII^RITsh QUFE.N,!.= BERT.S vS^Sandby efrdaughm Ms ,,HP +TheTra .er
a2h ,it. %i'te T wMg'ban gfor Nassauto, 1 Fagg, haf an-e hour for refreshments in the Prome. sjy2e unes, 55 South St. s, to Pitsf, 1.opot,) i, adMesMlAdDfS BARI NGh f, O


.Agra ., -'' .- "; 't, Tom orow the a oston ,shin wav.el t l .by." DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. Lieut. RICHIA'KD RO!e RTS, R. N., Commander. Applicationsforadmissiona vmay eiade&tilthefia -' m25 "
At t n Ib, the Cars will leave w -- B SCHOOLr0ta anAY h ts
F-.- ekDIe- 125 OIm LAST tertPinmeit to commence SAdt 8 o'i clock Fr ot T-PE MTR2 ozen, uor sale any fo e 5\ r:.' Ly, a 8 Atoy Atre, R M .....
IinS'l f ,rt. rAuor ne NOpoAt;or, n ataovtime, as visiters to Heru' HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, Husn._e 1 o' je eamakeroi me Citrhuatr e mayberh.S at the etiProtestant Episcopal w;8eiy
~'md w.! L.Ilbrip Orion, Lee, for XYork, 15th lPW 241itus4hue N.18 ;retopst h


'JM~&^S: ??^^ ^"u ^ ^^"-^ ^-^ .t. jy25 55 Ssouth St. iaR sr ?^^
"a fo Boston, loading, the only Am ott MrDuron;Eusac EiZ, hrueiSstepwairt y255 ot t O- O.ad-euaino hruisyhro, h eA~TeTase
'4W te Hoe i theWal, Robim n; Baldock'; Miss Harriet, Miss- Monier; M~olly UNNY BAGS,70 bales lVV, medium andsmall STEAM St.l RITISH QUEEN' XT
uchI ", J11 G.s~mesn orNsa,1 age isAre sized Gunnies' for sale in IOUto suit pu orepwe, DRehaRsad ye duhesMseSRHPr5hJly yo
s., "...elB7ltra i t oeno em lr, spks e Isy agnd, tonn tAthe 611o the ac (,. 6 hars e wl kad Miss MA Y CoA on1 oay t tha e- ork on
by -DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. Lieut. RICUiAI'RD RO S, R. .,Commander. Applicatiosfrsiiso a eiM~itte-
*y 21 BrSJ 1^ 1^111" ^eeT^0^118''116" oe.hte.aknwDfi orad Blnk frihto hihw-bprTon ship wfillaw ofeSet, ptNeml a~ema^~f opoain
To'i.norrowon.l~hp~~m~vla P ._.J. the= stonishin Ravel 1i, ........ e _vJ.D U O 6Suhs ;saau~hf~ e j4t13.o uya 'l
Tickets 50 cents. Doors open at 7' o'clock-rthe eni vaIua 21TS20 Broad .oins sropi wT l a eon- Dr. Lyel3,, th reet between th and NTERE1'
-. i~4 --. ,n, Dr. Lyell,,- at, ,7,,Anthony stro,,. -,- on t-e on e t
1-Idays -fivue Turks IslandM No poVtponemr nt at any time, as visit-erG to fyer, on tothe 1stA August, Press, Noreeta t the Bookaor as at hi



-froi-t --rbl ..... ..o. all at -tSlla th e :- intiga...t.on and .... coseuec Prite RT SHaxOni .-es, 3-4ein ade La-n e o Agen. ej|N' ovebe. "V c- okrA T n a respetabl ... ... .. faNy- Ae w r- orkir Ju
fo Warn IFon -, yarKo thMI ugst

.. aof dPeters f& Co. Lft, otheodn can pass of the street, through the jy25 otn o5 South at. s ob and 1s6DSord STenfosrdSCt, woaw be ors ad tate-oNwore, on

-Gr r a, to N eed..Lef, bg A.Gsta, eromenade- to the Saloonph ffor the adve and Englh Prints, fancy stylsow Russia, for sale by mer a Stewardos ALo, a Hlac. eoy, about 17 years.fgeeAsa water-- share b thB
aeatlot, 23l, lo nglns7mespn distress, now eHa e-t 6-4.DaaJky25 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st iors uh fo one whse parents rese tl att ty3 wol be moJt
"' e Th ~ 1.21 bi rn.i.e Gardens ave been, 'completely renovated, andthe Rich Cashmere and Pla.-Merino, V alencia Vestingo n t e t neas, or$9333. esrale. None need apply uone s they can bring NZ ok



-. fwif .-SU^lc Ne O.rie|l for Boton; same ground floor. Openafmm.8A.:M. tilllO0A. M.Admit- W omen's Worsted H-Iose and Gloves .Stewrd' fees, $2 33 the best fren.ceas'd testimoni'alsof .goobefiaviour, GuianC. Vert
4lt;I JN ,_ gllnM te&d^. tance25cflt. Season Tikets 50cents. iyl8 tf Men s Buck and Lamb's Wool Gloves For frih rpsalapply to ":- 'Apply at.No. 8 nCamoerost sL tweentenhoursof 9 RobertB n'M;
..a-Pratt,, 12 daf.Com. Turks Island, t th blMAS OF JERUSALEM AND Do Do lined and Suffed h- l k W.rTH M sTH, eand 11 in the morning. pa i aYaU Pelatahiod
W* A" w r and the charms of Music can impart, may be en- Roe, ney, Mackinaw, Dulined and Hcuffe Blank- freight of hich 03Fron reet, p tOPARTNERSHIP.- P.A. H.RENAULD has Georae T Ell
p an e, or HESE Panoramas are nw oen fo ehiti t worst nings, dia Rubbe Bras ntsofB.SeamNa.o. taken in Cotnin this delightful spot. N o EMANUEL E.FRAN RufusL.Lo
S A L 1A wes"wU streets, Broadway o -osite Niblo's Gardeng of Pilot Cloths, a variety of othBluer seasonable G oods, will besail on t onda je21 of P A.- RENAULD & CO- Sidney Brooks
-' Wi 'm brig L'Oreste, Captain Mare, W Que THE PANORAMA forF JERUSAL M majesty g racious- Goat's Hair Caeent eNg Ygin for taee Nfreceiving an order from the AN reseybemd g w lOn Heamn OelP ,



_smikf SNh. rtly sprendidat 'to Sullytg, atof the inlargestion, and inss, consequence Printed Saxonies, Mouseline d mesPlace. .; H COPARTNER-ItP extn between Alfred Pesrace




ll+=-,-adu+. SSK!.8^nj, fBo oftentlnsand~a ~eetpaitedfrom drawings n~RY.GfODS.--.H. SAND, +No. 11 South Wil- .* .-::.^ '; + : T JAMES B. COCHRAN and SAeX.NDER Heny *Hi
W Ai.bzs;ii (, fm Oporte, of t aken by Mr. Cal of therw Society 1834of the Son of St. Mohair Coatings, has relpaceived per latehs Pasear ithe valsMai 35 guineas, or $163 ricHAMILTON, r. is this day dissolve Samuel F. Do




.. .S, to N .mui & Leeds.. Lef bri t horEPANPRAMA OrEtESIN EGYPT, fers forsale, oniberal terms: Sailoe tRoomsw s ort.13th, Sand from Li July 19th 1839.Aso, a bla, ZE



AH ,'XL^ ^ o y^ f mN8, Au nta,11 likewise from Mr. Cherwoodi drawings, is Swiss Musns and Embroideres of all desert ve l on the 1s4 of e nth. JAMES BS COew' AL1
..... one.wosepprentsresid i.. ksiRAwNld ms




_.. _h _. ___2 ,_ i__ superl~r, as a work of art, to any Panerama before ex- tions ip Fr 't York. ._ jy20 tf A. HAMILTON, JR. JOS. B. COL
y Neptune, Pruince dodo. assistance of Eshenin ditrss now ehi- 6-4 Damask Poplinns of a su ono w




..b 0iy 'la. 44m lngday Th panoramas are brig llianty illuminat he Rich Cashmerbe and Plain Valencia Vestings Passge in the Fre n, 20 guineas, or $93 3- desirable. oo

..N;; Orls_ for Bostoan; same ground .- Open from A.e. orn till 10 A. M. Admit- Women's Worsted Hbse ad Gloves OcSteward's fees, 2 33.h the betreVIRncs-ons. ,.o ood bu. GulianCbe
m Irfwm "ataneven" Ad tt Seasonaic5kets eto ac jylaor S '- M ies Buck and Lamb's aWool Gloves i htL to.. .....t or the Is ... A Ir a IS
u 1S', r .---S eChat, with cot PM Do .Do lined and cuffed no. Ee SE wl to ansa11 the tahebshe. jeodt
WA~*PRA SO EUSLMADD TH &,MITH,intemrig eaihPt







.: On T, tumes, Weapo SElps Pies, &c. &c., is ow Berlin Gloves, Chamois, liJacned and cuffed 4 Jones' Iassenged the interests of iaorters. OPARC. A. WLBERT, AUctioneer TO Ll
-..oPan Sba p ship atha e, IAM, for, HESe Panoramas arthe nwal of the large Saloexhibition at WorVested Bindings, oIndia Rubbies, NBrackeens Boot- Tepreo pssae verpool thecabm N, as. inthe Philadel ohia Jul I 1 u .







." + sifi tMitf.e^-J_.,, ,Arr,/ ,r Alr.,,ta in tle. IT^V+ESANT INSTITUTE, where it wneb, .Bunting, Curtain" Materials, B t- other lines, is fixed A40, with wines and stco-es of :....-t,- no/Apn ..Y. Bi., +-.jy62 o .Ht^.J
-New Rotunda, coner ofm Prinefor and Mercer Tartan Shawls. S the er-lth be Sunday, the ship COIS, to, u un frm
S a man, days f Wese streets, Broadway opposite Niblo's Garden. Together wi th a variety of other seonable oods, will sail on the Mond. je2l of
.- WWu -iron tog. Dxoa. 'THE PAN AMA _,OF JERUSALEM, is a just received by recent arrivals, and for sale dNEW YORK- AN P06L AETa New York, Johnst,,1839.r -jyle.h .tlrh
SO..n, Cpel-- nd. .-dp fm. St. ri, with ep, o telrstas.vng BELKNAP.& PIERCE, 40 Exchange Place. aCcf ...exstn betwe.n Ad P
""m, to oodhue,& C. Lef W n e face often thousand square feet, painted from drawings R-G'ODS.-cH. Sout Wi--. JAE B. COHRANs and A- J
2 ~; ob Aelihi, ~fBOOB iad~e Mr. liaind~ 3 j ~~y street, has received per late arrials, and ofi A ITN ri hsdydspvd aulF
'ri" UXv. ThsI'iteier, sailed 6 ujas before for THES PANORAMA OF THEBES IN EGYPT, fers for sale -on liberal terms: Sailing from New 6tf- the .13th, and -from Li -July 19t],13.Z
I- painted likewise.from Mr. Catherwood'o drawings, is Swiss Nusins and Embroideries, of all descrip- verpool on the 1. of month.A. .






9e, days from Na doborvans, or, Aa wo hes an o eo d Straw .o viA, Leghorn Hats, Flotrece T RO. KERMIT, 74 Souths a. tn lsao y CO
i, Neith & Aed. ited.. Turkey red Prints, of aoh the VIRGINIA CONVEN quality, and very Aug. 13-The VIRG I N VE LINE OF PACKs. t .
Sc 111014 C~hwandr, 11 ays from Lobec, Wih The Panoramas are brilliantly illuminated every desirable patterns Sep. 13-The SH EP Lb;, Capt. Francis R.Aln.IM.W IA ERStidsaeo ihbe r- *i .Poo
A.m;~~fd~B.,Y ilJlieevening -by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explifa- Prussian Shawls Oct. 13-The U NIT STATES, N. It Holdredge.' proved Sho s wil be-held ctb





..u M...anz.-*feared, wharq o tsldai or of the pactures gven inthe forenoon, afternoon, CirMouasseia and Tiflis do. Nov. e3-The Wgreatvaety E ER, Capt. FerNr ias.ato P oe "-
-- ~~and at half past 8ilnt vei ng Silk and, Cotton do.F Lieroo.- Spmb,189at0o'lcAM.esefrheeo





os10idw". on Open from 9 'cin the morning until 10 o'at night. Cases 6-4 pMerinted SaxonieO c t. lst asabve2 N, 62Srday Th ui ON -THE. REMRoVERbTdbelpltours by aessrs. Lc
if we.I-h VIRGnc N, 62 tos h u
NTUem, J'ly 1--Aer, Tyeston. w evening. Admittance 25 cents to each Panomado do,- Marseilles Skirts Nov. fr-The SHE LD, 600 yto e captain onsbard, otthe ex tsbe quameswi sth hester county, at ,.e.nd i
sa ae" 4&y weNC wS^ ^^ ^ fiithK^ Books^ of d state.,N that
scription 12 1-2 cents. ap tf Linen and Cotton Tapes Dec. 1-The UNIp STATES, 60 tos, imported,
4 day -a Plmutnva toe. ATLIN'S INDI~iANl ."~' GALR.Ti Tre e a Jan. I-The WES ESTER, tots. he considered h eti nlnwr ihri r Pl esn









...a "u Plymouth "aval e s. uGAL.-hnDo. edo TheSk ro aP ns qulte a o- o the abo e cW arg paess o r wer derit ed fromhisfoldscribe.rs ...
-a_,., Do land, 3'days from Rich m mense collection of Indian Porttse, -e Vien ws. of P tn The fooltie miof ]a(o ..sD-,-;.l i thee, ao
f-- f3 damsafiumn, Philade, t a e [ndiEanst o, Indian Dancers, Ball- o Plays Religious C Hosiery and Gloves Ships, and the repu f their commanders, are we e Colre. P i h n-ot- thew s Est i r in Mr.. CI .. .tI
s o h, with 1, feet Ceremonies, Buffalo Hunts, Indian Curiosities, Cos- ,O injgham aind Pullicat Hdkfas. known. Evey exe will beomadeto promote the Writaker'
t* "es, Weapons; S. o lps, Pipes, &c. &c., is r.ow .ingham and Jaconet Cravats comfort of assenge d tNhe interests of importers.l. W e Rtn ow e r s h




: -.e.w Dfe dT, Trulya de- Cuba;d, chrd Cthaarlfon W th l ee.oho nat Veating. t Plush, Co tton FringesNankeens, oBoot- The p ric ofassag brpo n EThe cabin, as in he P eei a ndth e oiJ ul y 1fe5,d18 t E hand w e sHo le
i' s y a, n ho AmDnvA uoottehr tatln in thIV ee aVESANT cs h INSTITUTE, where it w& nDo n oting, Curtain Materials, otherlines. is fixed with wines and sietores ofl t ,, gt .te
*iput.- Masl;gRomesteryswil, Bostonw ll can be examined for a very short'time rig new B Lpadteng every descn4EIo. CO, 5l notb spb m ofRh Tpe lr dieren at usn Newbrg.4h, J




,'tgi. J -ri,Merg h ,one Moor. 8 o te Chra nr o ith th ide an o inh S ts, Jouno s dsRCh ap et, d....nylte shlet.aite "il se, tht
... cdi ", forNofok.0213. e e. Silksvz es, Garone ntsdoN le, out o fo an letr .eli kag sen -~ th -.veli~ ha thre ranks of kes and,*.t o oc .e P=,1t. .c.. a t .P
7 Te s now also added todthis collection, for a c. asfor which a iof I s not taken. For freight or &c. &c.A



**OTHJl23..Y4-Arrived, Sbig Hrtetta, ieda ontl is beautiful 'colored model of NIA- passage, apply toT pak sp O- frPe duritn ishtmer an thn anea u r fes 1rnble
Ky Y c, fo .-" Adoboro, GARA FALLS, Nwi o h he is about to takehto Enlanthd; th o grzato vrizh o rn h a s sl Gd Ro ERMIT, l74 South a.s tIrets, adppic to tbe eav ofo phe h Ccwu
-' ~ ndS1()~ o teVIRGINIA, CON(TEN.BadCi lt.jS t LIVE LINE OF PACKV"~jy2 l
~~~i, in sir,''ON o i.I portraits, till taken from life, ECEIVED, PER LATE: ARRIVALS-Case To mail th Augist-The packet-shipTR 'RTf~rlss
fit e a-- Uwe irdn Hall for an d t e of s.k, o CO)r
barqn Cto Hall, for" p .v -z Moseie doa LnevrtN ENCEr Ezra Ny, "ner, O- L[VPEra. bv
a ,n e f 9 o e mo rni until 0 arnie s- g wff td
of the extansivesquarrisrinuWest1Chesteronounysatytendencesof '3.0



-_ Juy_2-A rrUveT, July l9A.FTorn, Balls hiao Jy,Wyer, _A hteen hundred and thrt ne-1 jbt hatthd Do 7-8stdo do- do o wil sai aabv relrdy .- Yprmns ei o rprdt xct reswt aee.Te
s... P AEcPwIA, Jweulys of-Ar thigeCaptin-, of -CnRansCould not fon ine Jersey-Btetweben sered Do Lonstdo back grtoundo P dnt at Fo fOReh or .eO.--toThe capt aihn on board, essin padespoftche.roo Aqeut -+l ain the rea of a



.. m cth, rindd dicelluGarder for Pharlistc Ithrwith a onpdt nanth sand Johndnt Aroa mi nthno Do doa Fanc Clrdo donil Saladpea 1,ns rg A v, .pz, Hstn foritet wokandstye quarTyp on thferios to roeasina- { wb et~ 1(1ran
.- 7 tA.8et .aT- Jtauly 1larbou c, P erovdne Com shper f ave any'wreithe Mry o rrtwem i asdthei Ch parlott e Arow ernaanMd sHdkfs .-~mser naeLL MaNTUR &e aCO., agfre tohispco sery oIn h ad ivieo f t akingetdearequisite fur- ther maseknce
.:. Wi ~era chsAmnaOleia a- eenee a n aesuhprcs hdbendnhee DoVnwsyeclrdadbakBoheSal r~ rpsae OLD..E LIEROO PACKET,.. maye begsleaen ton stthe n,-d that fhew deayse at myEthane.tree
Ne ok '-IntEiaehAro~ih hmsArwmt, D Pupl an Mornw Pi tsj, -Pce th 1s t Ao Th t icket ou sh oanffactue. Apply to eJ G eE Pe AS N jey u i ,stU
"-:' r14.iaq nivot d bMgass; R ohese, Moorel, Aletandria. and Edint -owsmadeth childenrb andaheirs ato law oft Do Swiss Mud s Bnishp Lhawln patrs OP E ,Cpai.G l wil sil -29" 27 Me rchnts'o txhangue. in "AL g
P .f-ri',MeUThoJny 6-Arrived," sh St Liscar;Etidrowno ith, dncellrastesad;defendants.aOn Do Bookintd halloned Moussline eLie.LN IEO AKT-T n te oud;ahew. arn htii a -O AE

v ";d-a. Nicke.un, N-~rewhYrk. r ar-.~irsweresdirecote to thetae def endantsv hth wieen rheg Do. Woowlen Ro Ro hwl n Hksaali ilscedthel rup~t.-hes pandsalonte 1shi Au- oedrbeand hain ighted ehnthtirelyenew a oudsaden. til" dwelling ho
".1 .'' '- --:- -" ,_=+ "larly Sta uedof rew turnabl to thersecpn'nhselvnh Wt + ra~ai o te soda Tuesdayr ofR Huleo:.aser wl gaged.a Inaodtin of the fism a enuaturin~ T yphe diferntde &Ch Su ndr~, 't h


-Le, schr Eliza Caroline, Quincy, Neuvi- day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight sale "y tne paca y above, her regular or freight or passageapply made arrangements to supply the trade with all ma 498 Broadway.
las. CldA schre-Procea Tyron, Goodrich, Hartford. hundred 'and thirty-nae, on motion of P. Vredenburgh, GOD)FREY PATTISON & CO. to the Captain on btd the ship, at the foot of Maiden terials n ftFTH AVE
S RICHMONDP July 2a-Arr brig OceanUS Smith jr., Solicitor of the complainant, by this order directed Jyl8 tf No. 19 William St., up stairs. Lane, or to GR1N ELL, MiNTURN, & CO. N. .-Editors of country papers giving a few i HARLEM
RIH ~) Jul 2 r ........ Oc.....ea...nu ....s .. 134 Front street. sertions tothsavrie nwilbalo d 3n
si..rs --a ahAusa iln Nor by the Chancellor, that the said absent defendants do t H. RUSSELL & CO. 33 Pine street, offer The. 134 Frot street sections to this advertisement, will be allowed $3 n Avenue, between
ORFOLK, July 20-Ar schr Caroline, Newport, e on or before the second Tuesday of October next, Go Goods P ae duced to $100. ts p jyle byork, August 24th, 1838a ot w ludinb the cora
S DARIEi, Jaly 16--Cid brig David B. Crane, or that in default thereof, such decree be made against Dark Chintz Prints RFOR yERPOOL.-The superior cop- au MA U IN, Lots on north
S iown.(Yea.: ,: .e them as the Chancellor shall think equitable and just.. Black Ground fancy do 4 pered sii UTHERNER, Captain Tib- RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS-FOR street, each 2R f<
'PENSACOLA, July 13--Old barque Fairfield, N And it is further ordered, that this order shall, within Printed Merinos and Saxony Cloth ..bits, is u .badtn and willU be despatched .1 SALE-The PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL deep.
-'Lotdoi- schli Glsdiator, Boston. twenty days hereafter, be served personally on the said Pilot Cloths, blue and assorted colors, various qua- wiLhout delay. Fdeiht or passage, apply on board, CHURCH of Saint Timothy, situated in Sixth street, ive lots at
/ A ANAH ,,_ ......... .. pihi, Sh.e.. n,, defendants by a delivery of a copy thereof to them, or cities at Dover st. wharf, to w between the 2d and 3d Avenuesl covering two lots- terms of payme
".. _7 y- ,be published within the said twenty days in the Mon- Beaver Cloths jyl ODH-UE & CO. 64 South st. The Church is spacious and new, having been corn- With those who
(i1* blip ?- --Newar"' kMV^A N*ork. mouth Inquirer, a newspaper printed at Freehold in this Flushings, blue and assorted colors FOE IVE RPOOL-Packt of th pleated during the last summer, and duly dedicated by purchase money
.. :, State, and continued therein for six weeks successive- Fancy Cassimeres 1th A The packet shi VTRGN N the Rt. Rev. the Bhop of this Dcese Thepremi. Apply to G
ML : E, Jaly 15--Cleared brn Georgia, Nichols, ly, at east once in every week; and also in like man- Plain Black and Blue do -.m asitr, wllIn-ilns"bv, ,, here es to be sold in fee simple. street, comer a
y ... ,+m ,. ,= +,! .....ase ..... ai as above..., h......
.New Y..k. ner, and for the like space of time in a newspaperprint- Blue Kerseys; Blue Strouds arda Fdt or ass age on board, at For title and terms, apply to o'clock, P. M.
:- NEW ORLEANS, July 15--Cld ships Sheffield, ed and published in the city of New York. Red Paddings, 3-4 and 6-4 gouaof torpp JOHN M. PLATT, Counsellor, ACKWA
S; Porter, avre; Eng oewood Wi nan, and Arethusa, A true copy. STACY G. POTTS, Clerk. Broad Cloths, fine and superfine RT KERMIT, 74 South st. je26 wis&tf 1 Nassau street.New York. Inqure at
Ke : K nard, Liverol; brig Great Western, Natter, St. jy25 law6w- WM. PENNINTON, C. Merinos, 3-4 and 6-4, black aMd assorted colors The S-IE will succeed the VIRGINIAN, STRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c- d4
.. Tbqmm; mlr.- ary Adams,m Pinkam, Boston. Ta Court of Chancer, heldforthe State of New Crape Camblets and sail on the dSept. jyl8 .\ Transits from London, Theodolites, from Lon- t ACKAWA I
..... ,, n --4, VorsteL.-Tamafirst class don, ParisndemnTts so'
-* --' .....-.- .-. .-- A York, at the city of New York, on the twenty- Tartan Woollen Shawls l IVERPOOL.-The first classdon, Paris and Geany .; Telescopes of Fraunhope's, .L/ deered t
..* Wt J SE WANTED-A nurse to take the charge third day of July, one thousand eight hundred and Valencia do cep d copper fastened ship CALE- Rosis Tou .msan Pp's make, l'v, at $6 50 pt
'.- of small children ;an American or English woman, thirty-nine. Worsted do 0-DOI .aptain Coffin, having part of her o thalag ast o il r o cartage-App
p +: tw .'S: t=e cepeonable reference wi'l requr- Present-Wiliam T. McCoun, Vicb-Chancellor of Broche Silk and Cotton do cargo engaged an going on board, will be despatched mIts Mh. ematical a ndAtomia B Broadway and
'- ,e. Ae *ly 4t 96 Eighth street, comer Mac Dougal the First Circuit. Kilmarnock Bonnets for the above port without delay. Fer freight or -as- seb Pine street, or
--. .- a5 t Charles Burrall, Jr., vs. James Clark, and Catherine S italfields Silk Hdkfs sage, apply to h aptain on board, at the foot of Mai- e cor. urng sp. Brooklyn.
S..... LONG L BANK Ns .wife, and others. sd Pullic t an Verona Hdk s den lane, or to GOODHUE &GO., DERFuMERY.-The subscribers have just recerv- T ACKA I or t
LONG ISLAND- BANK, Wisd -ie and others. P1rona -ust ed rc -
... Bro-k-- July 24, 1839. It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Black Tabby Velvets je28 64 South street. ed per Toronto, from London, a c1e assort JL Deliverabl
,A S5LA.ANNUAL DIVI D of ix per Cent. Court, that the defendants, James Clark, and Cathe- Also- -l FOR VALPARAISO AND GUAYA- meant oftheabove, comprising in part the following: the Delaware an
o ie, -pital-,tock will be paid to the Stockholders rine his wife, reside ont of this State, but are residents Blankets, London Duffill, various utlities; twilled QUILt-irsi Vessel-The splendid new and Genuine Macasser Oil, Bear's Grease, Pommade e str-et NewYoi
.. n aWhe 1st day. of August next, out of the pro- of one of the United States, to wit: the State of Illinois, with Fancy ends, White Green, ilue, ad Scarlet very fast sailing coppered bark JOSE- Russia; O, A s gu Ba' at Providence, s
4 -1Kta 1"ta -fbor six monts, ending the 31st inst. on motion of Francis Sayre, of counsel for the cornm- Mackinaw, and Rose Blankets. jy 23 Im PHIN E, Adams, aster, having a considerable por- eCRucssia tnns genuine ears Greaese- T,' ERPOO
--"re Jt (- a Boair of~-Directors, plinant, it is ordered.that the said James Clark, and .....p..NO-,~OV- tion of her cargo ese will .eet with immediate .
P,."-.*.. EMBURY Cashier. Catherine his wife, cause their appearance to be enter- -A O ENL Ndes Oatchio Fofrei-sage hav fine accomwollmetwthism, ed atue-he erL.
#irdsrof ~~~~~~~REIGNS, AND ENGIS SIVE boaouigosPhreUiueto dithh
i +:+.. + ::+" .'( +: .- ed, and notice thereof to be served on the complain-. B E AND ENGLNh.I SH- SILVER bought mIe-j a~t9i3Fornsei alo assage, havin aco- "hair, Pondre Subtile, for removing superfluous hair,cesr,,.r..
i+ J 'YjA PUTNAM, importers, New York and ant's solicitor, within four months from the date of and sold, a jy-6 A p'g OR KS & 0O.,21 Bro a t. Essence of Tyre, for dying the hair. use, lowered i
V V'~Lna", h'lereceived per Westminster, this order; and in default thereof, that the complain- S. J. SYLVESTER'S, 130 Broadway, Pat. Napls Creamfor the compexn, Bloom of er ast
"-. -+ caMilgroi Napoleonm, his Court and Family. By ant's bill of complaint be taken as confessed by the said jY18 and 22 Wall st. FOR TIH CAPE OF GOOD HOPE Roses, Milk of. Roses, Gold Cream, Otto Rose, Lip .
V I* Aea.jtheAbazateaMadame Janot.) In 2vols. James Clark and Catherine his wife; and it is further YLVESTER'S NEW REPORTER-This day AI DBATAVIA. Salve, Pastadel Castagne, for shaving, Inexhaustible .lyN
S-re, withtilpl M:... ordered, that within twenty days the said complainant 0. is published, in folio form, containing much inte- _.Th aefista pePred and copplerfa ten.. Salts, Tooth Powders, Vegetable Powders, Verdigons, DN EY C
+ Memotr ot her w n~~~~~land L era ea s~~ T he fiL t red 4 anndm mopo asten- w Saenltsc, T ugnoatsoobeDstle aene l
Hemani' Life tAtWeks,. with a Memoir of her cause this order to be published in the State paper, and resting matter, the latest news from England, Literary ed ship ROBT BO W E Mansfield, master, will Dentifice, Pungent Salts, Double Distilled Lavender a by
-- Lf; 'by her B Sitel.' Vol. I. to be complete in-6 vols. in the newspaper entitled the New York American," Notices, &c. &c,, pricee 6 cents; by have immediate de ,sch jo the above ports., he Water, Vegetable Extract, Extract of Roses, Superior jyl9 E.
To. :-. ;t =+ i: p printed in the city of New York; and that the said pub- SYLVESTER & CO., 156 Broadway, hasgood accon ion0oorpassengers For which, Honey Water, Aromatic Vinegar, Express dHavan
S aily'sPoetial Wa completee. 4vols.12mo. fiction be continued in each of the said papers at least jy20 below Maiden Lane. or for the bulkof2 0sreght, apy daux Milleflowers, Rose waters, Plato Powder, Salts au" O
wee.4os lm. icinGIND JI.LL, MIINT'URN & CO, ofLmnExr o trs,. Coal,, fo ...
S Wjlhraham's Travels in Caucanus, Georgia, and once in each week for eight weeks in succession, or J SYLVESTER'S REPORTER AND GRIN14Fott^ L MI.U & O, of Lemons, Extra scented Violet Hair Powder, ,ac. Stto- al. l
Le g1 h H. 1 vo, that they cause a copy of this order to be personally OtUNTERFEIT DETECTOR;3containing I r r 4 Front street &c., which are respectfully offered for saleat stat.n, delie.
Leigh Hunt's PoeticWosvo. served on the said James Clarka and Catherine his ous o wCounAccounts of New Counterfeits, Bank Reports, &c. HRON METErate Frodsham Chro- er Hall 245 Parl street, and office34 Walstreet.
-.B ; aABtW for Nortbern Europe, Denmark, Nor- at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for sale at S J. SYLVESTER'S, 130 Broadway, '. /nometer, for salby jy24 D. FELT & CO.. where, b
'D..j, v.for their appearance. jy8and 22Wl t L INTURNTTh 250. Waghiml
2Russia, vo. ra Wa GRIN MIUxN & CO. CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE.F. nJ. CO.. Goumeut.
7 = 1'.lH Inquiries of the Opium Trade with China, jy25 law8w Copy, JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk. I LS j rtA yl9 -134 Front st. OFNANT & CO, 81 Cedar street, up stairs, near EDDLdE
*LUS T RA CLASSICS, s e iyc..,^ ..... .-U I l an Scotland, nEGutA oE--Of X5, eXtra 10uality, inma. Broadway ,
hs.New Pictre of Lodon, maps and plates, LLUS ATED CLASICS, splendidly e.mbel- Irelandand Scotland, n sums f5, 10,15 hoGan boxes, -salf a efactured Ch on a l et orm
-"" "- listedd with engravings on wood, urtifornly printed &c. to any amount, Gor sale pa of E y&f fhu-
Walton a nd Coton Angler "vo lates L royal 8vo. i S. J. SYLVESTE S, 3 By, RAC Baslm everys-tyle usually required,'+for the Sout hern Nwatuers oals
-- do i Gil Bas de Sant lane, edited by Charles Nodier, 'jy8 and 22 Wall t. TTNCURRENT iON)EY of all kinds purchased ad- Wse te wi' they "" f" o sale on ier-
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*Beo* will be closyd *AM. ''i^^ ^ ^^13^ ^
F. W.-E2O3"NDS, Cas"ier. .wT "4 ..'. ly..





irx. o, Byorerofth otp' :, -. .. "..
AL tO,-O- ,WCanal S04oc, and
seremn. eR.rest, and redeemso at ..asa.s w a
-the State after the 'year 185 for sale .. /-
richasers, de Cay.













ntf<9u andArctr af ther ce~at."'i~ cm l-. h'T91r"^'hO~~c'AS^^: ^
es of this declare edin o p'- 't 12 -iargM..- i .
aperleon tpaynd ,ftr qh -o' n af.tir "
TransferBd ,""took LA.1- wal ie. sed
th nsta RantL;, Ca i. -.
ISUA'N. THURSTON, A..rE ar-C' ..

this Company haT Ceo-h deelared,. T _ni-i- .




f the Ci w0Yof th, .J~ .F ,
e&~t~,. W449 9&h dayt
at rt5-trsins fr. .. .









Sthe fistm dayma1dvda of Aue peri Tl uq *^.R, ^, MM. ,*' ... t-^i: ^j ,
nthe Bo1s Tu,, t"he d p. &, -.f .
SAML. .. MfLER, Secretary.
&TES'FIRE 8t4W00 tu*0 -J


Ni w YiA r, Jue, a ll"WW
FT.n Directo of th Co-s Q ler uw l SIB
d asem a divikdpf ir~e~pe4 -,
4]nlay dividend of f or perv -.
pfte ot ad1st July next, mmtil -'*I*i MjCl


s will be closed -Byrdet, dac






de fjh oad L. .= ..Q a-. '^Wi ^ b 'j .M ',
JAMES WIL KIE, SeCreta. ry M% Fv*



S)MMERCITAL BANT S- es ,. .
nt and Directors lpf the Commercial


l-ay declared a Dividend of WohragtL. "i" "" ri-"
pital Stock, out of the Star e fl -* "-- '
thpaysle iont and after et i '. pM .a-hl 1-e -
Bookil be closed &oa this date I1f '
'der of the Board, --L. M.H1ma57,


R. W. REDFIELDam Cashier. ,o- -ID.ac tc ,-tU.Jib.
ON CIT1VSTOJCXS-The int~restT
AL SAFETY the I 4 seNewp Yorhc w G
-the-.1' AYOCs.7 5w 1126


is offce in street mak ;fte- State saof Oa nte i10 grdM Qfiiii^ryQ ^ 860
the first day of Augauet next. The inqur l, &cm t Ae







iott '"'iQ pia Joh H ,-,= ,,--\ --" ^ i~ii irmi.1fj [ _._m.mi ,,.
il lbeclosedonTuesd. yte23dda pr.... i ,ma at
ilank Chre 20,1839 t fa tfl rF ~ ^ r^ i~l^




.. ... a e 1 8 3 .. ,t
D. WILLAMSON, Compter.on t, Mhe A la-- '-f ..
rinters ew i please copy tme abtwe fdr adC inim. -"
A-L SAFETY 1NS-URANL6 COX-.
D. 44 Wall -street, make Marine aimd Champbgao,4O



at the sa ne rates as the othvr b.sur.. b.ri nd.
this city, and the entire pur6ftsa re Pe Bale-4
inured.Sue Cak
TRUSTEES


Junr. Moses Tayxves -
Jlanok Charles Sa"Nry : 3.
'turn William H. Aspinwall 'mk

"-aleb Bar.....t ',, F-6 ";'I'
liott John Harper



Josleb Bartl. t BY P. .t yl f -,-.
Adam Norris
Mortimer Lii-mM.]% d 34
in Na~iel Weea .unde edn' t*o,_
chs ArbsdMGpezie awedon the-v~y*,ge.%'~
eks Jo ufwA1hAPLJ
irr Josoh 13jint.
BEDEE COK;, JY -Pteident. : I. '':
FRED PELL, Vic* n n... ,. ,-.\ -
LINS, Secetary. my25 istf 0*- tf r ..
IE PAVILON -ROCLA*AYO, L.
il, rA.V-l,,lU,,,- ,K ,.K.AA, i. t 9rt o..ffm: .J wr ^ ": w -* ^
sals will be received for lettingthis es- N ....AH ^ S .
it for the term of five years, fiom the B S AwO89 StKf 6I
ear, with the privilege of renewing the rp ,- -
r five years further. None rieedapply iTESDAY, 2-.tA -Ax ji.
'f furnishing testimonials of ood e LThirteenth New.ymr "TQ k .
ty, and also, having means to supply .e Co f -
rniture required. on ..e-A -.It.. i.
all or by letter to either *the sub.. su 4ij t time '4,,iiil. k
EPHEN WHITNEY, 48 Front at.. caers m in, an ft --or
AUGS. DAVIS, 21 Brit. be
ET-The superior three at ck -goiylH '-.
fe.-48 Beekinim street- with .i d..
basonent, having beea repai .
lout.- Poisession immediately.,
y ext door, at No. 50 Beekmn



WBLWEE., ;-AAMt ,i% f^ 6e ,
LE OR TO LET-The new "fiS..
three story Hou e No Aim,.it66
pe, adjo the vreidenlce of 'entwIPly now '
.w o io' im .# do medi x"
owe e s e the odge Es a m, b l...

2 J o 7th, ato'clock, at tlio .JRFL. l. ll
E heb corner of s, oca a1 ,' ',k


Wig Btleo. LAWro eNCe.t aa Bwl a IMese.O '**''"^*'*li
ABLE. I'A FOJt SALE,--Tha J_= baw1 f
property ., n to the vild a.e of New-. S Pe JS, "+r"
ownJashNe Dodg Farm, *,!1 be sold .
t, July 27th, at- o'clock, at public n an r
races 107 acres of land, with substan- N B-All k
oe, barn root and corn house, orchard, at 100 _.. DOWNINS '
high state of. improvement,, sad 'wellU~ en -': 1I,--!--
property will be sold in parcels. The y .t .:+ ----
)ut 63 acres contains aU the buildings, WholeAie and^'real p d *e& .
in one lot. Title indispu pble, and aces- id-ei t-S -tl".--
wn on the day of sale.,--..- -, .= -- .r
JOHN. W. KNEVELS. .-A -. o -ni.-
--Lot No.)19 Howar treet, 25 byl.100_ Gleqdatjj....w
)e rear of the Rev. Dr. East~bur's AR'K~ ,m + .. B-'P :


jy23tf o. rMVBP' BrJMJi,^ ^jl
;NUE, ELEVENTH STREET & k 4 IA
LOTS FOR SALE-Lots on Fifth ".
n 14th street and Washington Square, Dearls #"e
irately, or several laying together, in- a Blan.eb -4 .q
er lots each 26 feet by 100.'a Im [ 'i
side of ]Zleventhstm, near Wooter .
?et 5 inches front, by 103 feet 3 inches GENTLEMEN'S afl .W
ice ceived a full supply f
Harlem, very eligible situated. The geNtlemen's wear, conum" i q "A
nt made easy and accommodating.- *h101 will be so T utAho
wish to build on the lots, the whole J. .FO.I.IT. 8
can remain on mortgage. Jy13 pt -il ..
'ORGE W. GILES, No. I Nassau OLOB. SHilTS.- -
of Wall street, between 12 and 3 travelling, sea voyage, S h .estw..,
jy2 sale at 14 Maidei Lpe.,fa. .:...-- ..
NA COAL-For sale by the cargo- jyll LA 4 +VDJ.
53 William street, comer of Pine. BLACK BOMBZ0 .._--iaMa
S.me.t of b if l
NA COAL-Broken and Egg size, ifes, very cheap, at ,
o consumers in New York and Brook- J j ..5 41Xl
ortc -. Also, Nut Coal at $6-all free VAMILY GRO6ERLES.-4 JIY, Tt.
ply it the office at the junction of East "1 Dealer aad Gr6cer, 142 Greenont, em
Division st. at 53 William, corner of hand superior loaf, lump and omwi -SMar a!z
it the Coal Yard, foot of Jackson st. white Carthagena JASug. superior BoabMF, loft
dl14 Rico and brown Havna SVuar, togoth* .i a meti
NA COAL-For sale by the cargo- assortment of Groceries. ", -
e at Brooklyn. Applyv at the office of N. B. Familis sappk .wit'f.i b O .atao,
id Hudson Canal company, 53 Pine Go46 ent to.aly.9Pt. Qf the ci 4 wi. : b "
rk, or to ALFRED WRIGHT, Agent, porterase. A L "FR'E, 1
Rhode Island. d4"tf rHE POUDR"TT-J 0 QO-sMsp
L ORREL COALS, AFLOAT.- Ju remove the co' ln
ribers are discharging from ship West. manner .ess.a.nsixe he o =
)rrdJ Coals, of first quality, for family Tbwith close eo.mre- ..
i the hold and large size. Apply at not, empLied into cartsn.". ok r j'
iver, or to ned out oft the city min l ,
POPHAM & HILL, OiAders left at the om- .. t
Broadway and Fourth street. stars, where saiactory fMWt
i n writing, at the city- -In
-OAL--Cargo of ship Saratoga, for New e eat
SNoH 62 E tor Aveie; o at the. New Je" wea'a
K. COLLINS & CO, 56 South st. No. 62 .. i. Avenude,, or i tthe-'p
-coner of 7di A~mie, wM~'be'p 4 teo
)UNTAIN COAL.-Peach Mountain n Terms, eight cetul" pexri& ._- eotf
ale in broken lump or nut sizes., by the 4ALAD OiL-Baske't chce .o j p- _
s can be pu.rchaed in Philadelphia, k s with silver'Ibil, anmd the bDmti. A -e
n Philadelphia, New YIork, or else- Also-.Z-LcaOil in'bauk'_U h
-LAIlG & RANDOLPH, -fj". GJACEI 1lSiL-
ton, and coraer of East Broadway and AERS & O, 5 ,
Spjjellru ~t mGEW & 00" 56 ^ Wsa w Ob-^f Bet d---
NEWCASTLE COAL; AiLOAT. N00hol Tob "; do
iarging from brig Satisfaction, riddled 62 hhd Sa do '"
is, of first quality for smiths nd nmai- 2250 131b. boxes Imperial Ta : '
sale in lots to suit purchasers. by 8 cam Pearl Buttons -
SLAING & RANDOLPII, 62 cases Geim.h_-eadk -


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Is thertea,~ at they many deema


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whtb thedfmtidwttfeealid, sad shall


r tWtN, Pteset momu(lons7r.
'saHii. .luaO W lbU $1 w
SqOTIWEZPubMIc notice is-
at ah' ase.uam ent for regulating
street, from Washington to West
..a&d: loded r the Street Com-
efiirnation.
Sfirtbpr givea,.that, if any pet-
Y.J. the ccmfirmaton of the above
tey,-arf o4esired tb present the
is. office, en or before the 29th
.WENT, Streyt Comaissioner.
, .DDee, July.. I,1839, jyl9
ULL e AMERIOA.-WM. A.
. 2M Broadway, ham, for sale, a
diitiaef. DIMR ACY .F
STocqu lle, 9r, .' jylP


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,-- HBOKEN FERRY.
b .~ ~The Steamboats HOBOKEN
f__ g~~~aand IMONEER will ply t.-
S B ,- -stantly between Barclay street
and Hobktt The: NEWARK will leave Canal
street at the commencement of each hour and half
hoar, and Hoboken every intermediate quarter, during
the day. ,
The FAIRY QUEEN will leave Christopher street
at the commencement of eacshour aad half hour, and
Hoboken every intermediate quarter during the day.
A boat runs from Barclay streeuntil 10 o'clock, P.
M .. "N .. ,jy2
NEW YORK AND NEW-
*,| rARK.-The steamboat PAS-
SACaSAIC will make three trips a
BB B day, leaving as follows:
NEW YORE. NEWARK.
Foot of Barclaj y st. Centre Wharf.
84 o'clock, 'A.M.0 6 o'clock, A. M.
412 P.M. 104 "
54 6 "4
On Sunday the PASSAIC will leave-
10 o'clok, A. M. I 7 o'cloclg A. M.
5 P. M. j 3 P. M-
.' Fare 181 cents myl


NtW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD,


SUMMER ARRANGEMtNT.
On ndafeir flte t17th day of June, the cars will
leave the City Hall, Walker street, and Harlem, at 6
o'claek,.7, 8, 8j, 9,96, 10, H11, and 12, A. M., and 1
o'clock P. M:, and then every half hour, tillS8 o'clock.
d,:1TY HALL AND FIFTEENTH ST. LINE.
The Cars 'will leave the City Hall and Fifteenth
street every ten minutes, from o'clock, A. M., till 8
o'clock, P. M.
The following are the rates of fare:
From. City Hall. From Harlem. '
'to Fifteenth st.' 60 cts. To Yorkville, 61cts.
Yotkville, 184 ets, Fifteenth st. 18 cts.
Fortysecond st. l2jcts. Forty second st.12jets;
Harlem, 25 cts. ity Hall, -25 cts.
;Fare on Sundays between:City Hall anid Forty-se-
cond street and intermediate places, 12 cents.
-0 ie7 J. S. WHIGAM, Superintendant.
NEW JERSEY RAILROAD & TRANSPOR-
... STATION COMPANY.
Newark, Elizabethtown, Rahway, and New Brunswick.


N-EW BRUNSWICK TRAINS.
(From foot of Liberty street, New Yoik.)
Leave New York. Leave New Brunswick.
At 9 o'clock, A. M. daily. At 7j o'clock, A.M. daily.
41 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, 371
cents; Rahway, 5) cents; New Brunswick, 75 centS.
NEWARK ACCOMMODATION LINE.
(Foot of CourtlandtL st., N. Y.)
Leave New Iork.. Lea e Newark.
At 8 o'clock, A. M. 5 o'clock, A.M.
9 4- 1 7 (4
11i 9 "4
2 P.M. 10 "
4 1f P. M.
6 34 "
8 5 "
On Sunday, leave New Yoik, foot of Liberty street,
9 A. M. ad 44 P. M.; leave Newark, I P. M.-and 10
P.M.
Night Line, (Sundays excepted.)
Leave New York at 12 o'clock P. M. ; and leave
Newark at 10 o'clock, P. M.
Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 371 cents.
Passengers who procore their tickets at the Ticket
Offices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides prevent-
ing confusion and delay after crossing the river.
117 Tickets are received by the conductors only on
the day when purchased.
The Town Tracks in the Cityof Newark ave been
underlet, and passengers will be carried to and from
the Depot to meet the arrival and departure of the
trains for 6j cents each. ..my27
NS9W YORK AND PiILADELPHIA RAIL-
SROAD LINE-DIRECT. ,
Via Newvark, New Brunwick, Pri on and Treo-
ton- Through ina Six Hours
Leave New York, from the foot of Liberty street, daily.
', '' "" v S i "^^ -

At o'clock, A.M. and at 4 o'clock, P., M., -
SFare through in both lines, $4. '
-Tare T TrentoN, $2,50; to Princeton, $2.
.Fas* e!a wll Vprooute their rickets at the Offie,
4bet of Liberty street, where a commodious Steam:-
I.bWMigtW4baif W44 VtOOUj7.'*C Jfl t ,
!4- with bagga,,c tsB on board.
.ene pa bbe goes irughg without being
d "n d b y th e w a y .
M etuwink, the- Lines wilI leave Philadelphia at 8
"o'clo 4. M. and 5 P.M. '" 4lpay27
tAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD LINE'
'- / FOR PHILADELWHIA. -



Dailj, (SVsyS Vexcepted,) at 7 o'clock, A. M. -from
-' *pier No. 2, North River.
SEVEN O'CLOCK LINE.
By steamboat INDEPENDENCE to South Am-
boy, from thence to Bordentown, via Railroad, aind.
frommtheace in steamboat, and arrive in Philadelphia
-t 2 o 'tclock, P. M.
fare in the asove line, 83. Forward Deck Passen-
gers to Philadel ;ia. $;825X.
RI&HOL6 AND MONMOUTH LINE-By
the '7 o'c.Lock boat, via' Railroacl to Hightswwn, from
thence tdWreehold byp tages: Fare to Freehold, $41.
TRENTON LINP-By the 7 o'clock boat. Fare
to Trenton 82. Forward deck passengers, $1,50.
Fare to Perth and South Amboy, 50 cents. '
IRA BLISS, Agent.
Breakfast and dinner on board---50 cents each.
All Baggage at the risk of its owner. mhl8
LONDON L IE OF PACKETS.


To sail on the 1st, aLh INd 20th of every month.
Tbip Line of packet; will hereafter be composed
%ipf the blowing ships, which will succeed each other
. a the .ordr i a hich they are named, sailing punc-
tually from New York and Portsmouth on the 1st,
20th 'nd-Olah, and from LEnton on the 7th, 17th. and
9l0th of h month as follows: -. "
From N'. 'or. From Loved. 4 ,Srts,
Jan. 1) tFeb.l7Feb.20
,May 1> ST. JAMES, < Junen7 June20
*Sept. 1) 8. Sebor. ( Oct. 17'Oct. 20
Jan. 201 ( Mar. 7Mar.10
-ay 20 }, GLADIATOR, < July .7 July 10
Sep.20 Thos. Britton. C Nov. 7 Nor 10
Feb. 10 (Mar.27 Apr. 1
June l0 QUEBEC. < July 27 Aug.
Oct. ]W) F. H. Hebard, ( Nov.87 De. 1
Pet. 90) .. (Apr. 7 Apr. 10
June 20 WELLINGTON. Aug. 7 Aug. 10
Oct, 20 \ D. Chadwick. ( Dee. 7 D :c. 10
MK 101 tApr. 27 May j
July 10 SAMSON. Aug.27 Sept. I
W.JO'. ARuspell.Strges. (Dec. 27 Jan. 1
Apr. I T A-May P May 20
="Dw, !' Henry Huttleson. r fln. .17 Jan. 20


SThese *px aie alll of the first class, about 600 tons
S ant are eomm endedd by able and experienced
navlgatoW. GMeta care will be takerr that the beds,
J eS of P., p ofdrhe best dtiecription.' fle te of
ap page is n ovw fixed at $140, outward wf each
SAuft,' which .iKnde wines and liquors. Neither the
.t awthte c dMo these packet will be re.
W orible for any letters, parcels, or pacKages ent by
'e Gitmualeamta rW b om of .lading are signed' therefore.
,Apuao GINNELL, MJNTURN OQ.
10 134 Front t, N.Y.


rr


- -PI xins~rwa ..r;LAx3R-l


I ll- !.


The Old- Line of Packets for Liverpool will heredf-
t b m the 47towing ordr, exeptng that
B, ih,'.a,"uig da ..l n S'nday, _q $hip will nail
: J... Uay 7/ -
\9 S. m ', US57 t---D., 'anept. 7
W9.v 1* 'lTfaeOtPjKEUS-575 wrw-,-D. Jan. .7


.1 ',-_ I .' 1 I .. I I
NEW YORK AND LIVRPOOL PACIKETS.


SThe roprietw of the several Lines of Packets b-
tween ew York and Liverpool, have arranged fo'
t.-ir sailing from each port on the e1st, 7th, 13thI, 1Mth,
and 25th of every month; the ships to succeed each
other in the following order, viz:

a. 2!>Q. B..4 -OR 03 -M k.


Free New York. ZLiverpool.
Ship INDEPENDENCE, Aug. Sept. 25
Ezr NY,Deccv 7, Jan. 25
Ezra Nyd, (April 7 May 25
ship ROSCOE, "Sept.7 Oct. 25.
Srop rO S C, el Jan. 7 Feb. 25
(May 7 June.25
"Oct. 7. Nov.25
Ship 0. WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 M. ;25
Hy.Uoldredge, June 7 July 25
Ship SHAKSPEARE,' (Nov. 7 Aug& 25
Etlward Cornell Mar. 7 De.C 2
t' (July 7 4,Ar. 25
"'These shibate all of the first class,ab yoinmanmd-
ed, with elegant acommodstions for passenger. The
price of passage from New York to Liverpool is fixed
at $140; and fr6m Liverpool to New York at 35 gui-
nea, including wines, stores and bedding.
Neither the eaptin nor owners will be responsible:
fm anyletters, parcelS, or packages, unless regular
bills of lading re signed therefore. AIpply to
GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.,
Agents,, 134 Front St., or
WILDES, PICKERSGILL& CO.,
*:sel8 Liverpool.
NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS.,


'vTauiliroiaNe. Yori* an the 25t,-s, ad Liverpool
on the l3lhof each month.
FROM NEW-YORK. :.
ShipCSHERIDAN, Aug. F. Dopeyrer, 25th May.
ShipGARRICKC, Capt A; 8. Palmer; 25th.June.
NeW ship ROSCIUSCapt. John Collins, 25th July.
;Ship SIDDONS, Capt. N. -B. Palmer, 6t1 Argust.
FROM LIVERPOOL..
- NewshpROSCIUS, 3th May. -
SShip SIDDO S, l3th, June. .
: Ship SHERIDAN, 13th July.
''Ship GARRICK, L3th August. -.
These ships are all of the first, class, -upwsa of
,1000 tos, buiitin th6e city of New-York. with such
in iiowmenfts as combine great Jpeed with unusual
c mnfort .forpassengers Every care has been tiken
in the arrangement of their accommodations. The-
priee of pasae hence is $140, for which apple stores,
including wine, &e., will be provided. 1This ships
will be comrnandedby experienced uasters,: who wil
mnake eery, ejiertion to. give eneal satisfaction.-
Neither the captains orowners of these ships will be
accountable for an.Jetters. panels or packages sent
by tbeam, unless rieular bila 6f jding are signed
-therefor. For freight qr passage, applyt t '
S-. K. C.OLLINS & Co.uth st. New York, or to
WM. & SAS. BROWN & CO., Liverpool


NOTIB80.
TNOTICETO CARTEN ETO RENEWTHEIR
l LICENSES.-Ezfacts tmw a-Law entitled
"A Law to regulate Cats abd (Carten," pase.Ihe
10th day of August, 183. :
Sec. 5. All Licenses to flartmnen shall expire on tte
last Monday of July after tl date thereof. '
R-q. 0. vefy person, Oyeeeiving his License as
Carmen, shall pay to the MXyor, for the use of the
eity, the sumof two dollaiaMd fifty cents; and up-
on the renewal of any cadtvin's license, such person
shall pay as aforeaidi, the 0'm of fifty cents.
In conformity therewith, the Cartmen are hereby
required to renew their; Licenses at the Mayor's Of-
fice, City Hall, to commence on Thursday, the 1st day
of August, 1839, at 10 clock, A. M., four classes each
day in succession, to wit: .. '
CLASSES.
Thursday, August !, 1. 2 3 4
Friday, 'do 2, 5,6 7 8
Saturday, do' 3, 910 11 12
Monday, do 5, 13 14 15 16
Tuesday, do 6, 17 18 19 20
Wednesday, do 7, 22 23 2425
Thursday, do 8, 26 27 28 29
Friday, do 9, 30 31 32 33
Saturday, do 10, 34 35 3637 _
Monday, do 12, 38 39 40 41
Tuesday, do 13, 42 43 44 45
Wednesday, do 14, 46 47 48 49
Thursday, do 15, 50 51 52 53,
Friday, do 16, 54 55 56 57
Saturday, do 17, 58 59 60 61
.Monday, do 19, 62 63 64 65
Tuesday, do 20, Class 2i, Hay Carts.
The following rules to be observed by thQ Cart*
men.;
1. Each Cart must hate the number NEW and plain-
ly painted on both sides of the shafts, with black oil
paint upon a white ground. II.
2. Each Cartinan 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 anid conditions of the carts, &c.
3. Each Cartman must-produie his present License,
in order that it may be reneWed.
4. Every Cartment whothall neglect to appear on
th day designated for his Class, or shall appear with-
o' the number new and plainly painted, as directed by
Law, will be considered.-u havin5 relinquished the
business of a Cartman, am his License will be an
aulled accordingly. By order,
J. t. WARD, F. M.
New York, Mayor's Offi1e, July 15, 1839.
jy20 tau20 4
N OTICE of application AUI discharge of an in-
solvent from his debts, ursuant to the provisions
of the third article of the ft title of the first chapter
of the second part bf the re sed statutes.
Theodore Clark. Notice first published 24th June,
1839. Creditors to appear before the Honorable Ro-
bert H. Morris, Recorder ol he City of New York, at
his office, No. 5 Nassau seet, in said city, on the
second day of September, 1 39, at 9 o'clock, A. M. of
that day. je24 lawlOw
BY order of Washington unt, Esquire, a Judge of
S Niagara County Court of the degree of Coun-
sellor at Law in the Supre s Court-Notice is here-
by given that an attachmenthas issued against the es-
tate of Jonathan Gilbert, a non-resident debtor; and
that the same will be s4l for the payment of his
debts, unless he appearr td discharge such attach-
ment according to laW within nine months from the
first publication of thi note ; and that the payment
of any debts due to hilby reidentsof this State,and the
delivery to him, ox for her te, of any property within
this State belonging thi, and the transfer of any
suh property bylftarn otbidden by law and are
void. .
Dated at Lockport, the'Oth da of June, 1839.
.. .. -- SAMUEL BROWN,
je25 law9m Atton'y for attaching creditor.
N OTIOE.--All persons avini* claims against ED-
WARD R. JONES, te of this city, deceased,
tire hereby notified to prese t the same for settlement
to the subscriber, at his resmience, 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. 4,
Dated New York, June ei, 1839.
je6 law6m ISAC JONES, Executor.


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,4 ~ d tii i-ii-f t ,,-i- r.,n M, '-../, .r (o -11-' s"







These ships are all of the first class, and ably com-.
mauded, with elegant acconuoaations fo..passengerw.
The price of passage from NewYork to Liverpool ,
-fixed at $1.40, and from Liverpool to New York at 35
gineas, ncludngwi stores and bedding. Neither







the captain or ow%?nets will be responsible for any let-
ters,"parcels or packages, unless regular bills of lading
are signed therefore.
Agents for the ships Oxford, North America, Eu-
rope, Columbus, South America, England, Orpheus,
and Cambrid e.
SGOODHUEE& CO. or 61 South .N.. Y.
C MtRo L, to'H. '-MA S. HA L








BAIRiNG, BRO'rHEN & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ships Westchester, Virginian, Sheffield,
andl united States.
ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st., N, Y.
GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.









_134 Front st.j N. Y.
WILDES, PIKERSGILL & CO. Liverpool.
AgThese nts for the all of the first clas, Siddons, and ably comn,









adO Garrick.
maded, with elegant accommodations for passengers.h st., N. Y..
M.The price of passage from New &York to Liverpool, is









'PACKES FOR HA VREUION LINE.,
fixed at $140, and from Liverpool to New York16th, and 24th, 35
guiand from Havre eas, including wis8esh,stores and bedding. Neither
Nthe captain or. owners will be responsible for any let-
ters, parcels or packages, unless regular bills of lading16
are signed therefore.










JuAgents for the ship IOWA, (new) W. W.s Oxford, North America, Eu-g8
rope, Columbus, South America, England, Orpheus,
and Cambridge.









GO ODct. 16 HUE & CO. or De.
Mar. 16H. MARSHALL, My
BARING, BROTHERS & CO. Liverpool.









Julyents for shipLs WestchesterILIPPE, J. CVirginian, Sheffield,
and 'United States.









Oct.24ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st., NDec. Y.
MarT. & I. SA NDS & CO. Liverpool.s.
JuyAgents for ship Shakspear' Independence, Rosco.
and George Washington.
GILINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
134 Front st.; N. Y.















Nbv. 8 D INec.1
April 8 ) r L May 16
July 2 r t Ship RHON E, J. A. Wotton., Seidt.a
NovWM. & JAS. BROWN & CO. JanLiverpool.. 1
PACKETS FOR HAYRE-UNION LINE. -


To sail from New York on the 8th, 16th, and 24th,
and from Havre 1st, 8th, and 16th of every month.
From New York From *iavre.




Mar. 8) ( April6
June 24 Ship IOWA, (new) W. W. Pell, Aug. 816
Oct. 16) (De.NS, A Richardso a 18
Mar. 16) Msy 1
Oct. 24) Dec.8



M ar.l24)(May 8-
AJuly 6 New ship VILLEBURGUN DE-. Lines. t. 1
Nove. 8 750 ton s. cStoddrd An 16
April 8) JMay 16
July 2S t Ship RHANE, JC A.. Wotton. Sept. 8
Nov. 216 s.' (Jan. 1
"r16 S DUTCHESSE d'OR Fe ( .,


D e .ptJ 16
Sept 4 Ship EANS A Richardsnon. ,no. 8
Nov 24,Jly -'
Apr1i24) New shipV LE DE LYON JL 8
,Aug. 18> -: 8 a Stoddard. Oca,
Dec. 1s-80 o t, 6s, In 10


JDe.-16 ",on. ( Feb. 1
May16) /.: 4 'i- (Ju ~ly1
Sept. 8 Ship EMSRALD, WJ. B. Omne, Oct. 16

,$ e. V Se .-" rFeb. 8
'Mp ^Ship SUSI-E D*T RASSE, Jly.5 S


These v Weiderholdata 650f thlns. s, gn ably


command. ed8 with ele-ant aecommodatinsforpassen-
gers, cmrihgallatabe required for 8) on frJulyt



-And convenience,'includin' g wines and stores -of every
descrieption.24 ods sent to the subcibersony. Nov. 8atew
'Jan. 10)2 :.;-:. (Mar. 1'
June.18) 7 ( Atfg..l1
Oct. 0>} Ship ALBANY, 3. Jiolhnson. .< Nov.18
Jan. 24) (Mar. 8
These vessels are all of the first class, 4and ably
commanded, with. elegant accommodations for passen-
-gers, conapriuitag all that inaj~te required for comfort
and convenience, including wines and stores bf every
description. Ooods sent to the subscribers at New
York, will be forwarded by these -Packets free of all
hifrges, except those actually incurred.
S C. BOLTON, FOX & LIVINGSTON,
s26 22 Broad st.
LIVERPOOL LINE, OF PACKETS.


To sail from New York and Liverpool in the fol-
lowine order: .


PSUNT 4tq ato
County of King
persons having claims
of the city of Brookly
sent the same with th
sey, an ezecutrix ofth
No. 89 Sands street,
county of Kings, ou or
next. -
Dated Brooklyn, K
jyl31 aw6m J.


Y order of the o
B Judge'f the C*
lnd Counry of New Y
suant to the provisions
ents against non-reasi
has issued against the
dent'f the 'wy of P
,-msMt aid, lu hat the
en of his debts, unJ
attaelhment, nsatc n
the first publi =tt8 p
tent of any debt d
arid 1 he delivery to hi
within this State belo
any such property by u
Are void. Dated the
jy law9m TA
jyl0 lawgm Al


A T-a Courtof Gh4
York, at the Cit
JAd, 139.


wler of the Surrogiiat of the
'Notice t6 hereby given to all
i5ainst James H. Halsey, late
;m the county of Kinp, topre-
'ouchers thereof, to Eliza Hal.
aid deceased, at her residence,
Sthe city of Brooklyn, in the
fore the 18th day of January


SCounty, Jur 8, 1863).
k HA L$EY, Esecutrix,
HMDIT HALSEY, Executor.


)j1q Michael Ulsheeffer, First
Of' Common Pleas for the City
i, notice is hereby &iven pur-
fthe statute authorizing agtaoh-
t debtors, that an attaclhaent
'ate of Ri.chard Barker, resi-
adlphiainthe Stte of Penn-
iame will be sold for the pay-
i he appear and discharge such
law, within nine months from
this notice; and that the pay
)hiiby residents of this State,
i or for his use, of any property
l to him, aac'the transfer of
lii, are forbidden by. law, and
rth da of July, 1839.
iPLETON JOHN SON,
orney for Attaching Creditor. -
cery, heldfor the State of New
of Ne, York, the eighth day of
., .:.:. ': h 2" .r f ,


.... .- NOTICES, ..... .
INOTICE of ApplicatidIn'rfthe 'discharge of an in-
J. solvent froniis debts, pursuant to Bhe provisions
of the third article of the first title of the fia Achaptr
.of the second part of the revised statutes. W ,
SBenjmnin Mooney. Notice first published June
-28th, 1839. Creditors to appear before the Honorable
SRobert H. Morris, Recorder of the City of New York,
at hiW 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 lawlOw
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 eight hundred 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 herappearance
to be entered, 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.
And it 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 New
York, t 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. Arthur 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 of this 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 is a 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 that the said de-
fendants cause their appearance to be entered herein,I
and notice thereof to be served on the complainants"
solicitor within four months from the date of this of-
der; and in ease of their appearance, that they cause
their answer to the complainants' bill to be filed, and
a copy thereof to be served on the complainants' so-
licitor within forty days after service of a 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
E. W. KIMBALL,
3. B. FLAGG,
JOHN MASTEN,
jell lawtsep20 Trustees.
IN pursuance of an order of the Surrogate of the
SCounty 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 thereof to the subscriber, at
the office of Win. M. Peck, 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.
"PTURSUANT to an order made by the Surrogate of
the city and county of New York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against the estate of
Silas Judson, late of the Ceity of New York, deceased,
to present the same, with the vouchers thereof at the
office of Pierre Qgilvie 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
DY 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,ypursuant
to the provisions of the statute authorizing attachments
against non-resident debtors, that an attachment 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 he ap
pear and discharge such attachment, according to law,
within nine months from the first publication of this
notice; and that the payment of any debts, due to him
by- residents 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, 1639. SMITH BARKER,
Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
ap8 law9m "


N CHANCERY.-Before the Vice Chaicellor.
Catharine Smith Barclay vs. Mary' Annah Pell,
Ferris-Pell, GertrudePell, and Laura Pell, Thomas
Barclay, Henry Hothamn 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 thousand eight hundred and thirty nine, all per-
sons having any gener&Uien or incumbrance by judg-
ment or decree, on any undivided share or interest of
any 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
the above named parties or either of them, in the said
lands and premises, and of which partition is 'sought,
are required toproduce to me, the undersigned, Master
in Chancery, Kor before the twentieth day of 'August
next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at
my offiat, situate number three hundred and thirty one
Pearl street, in the City of New York, proof of all
such liens and incumbrances, together with satisfac-
tory evidence of the amount due thereon; vwhith lands
and premises are thus bounded, and described,
viz: All that certain dwelling house and lot
of land, now know as number twenty .one
(21) Bo1id street in the Ninth Ward of the City
of New York, and also knoayn and distinguished on
a map of ground in the Eighth (now Ninth) wapxlof the
city of New York; belbginig to William Israel, corn-
piled by Edwad D6oghlty, City Srveyor, pa the
twenty-second-day ofFebruary, 1825, as lot number
sixteen (16), bounded northeasterly in front by Bond
street, southwesterly by an Alley fifteen feet 'aide;
southeaslrly by lt number fifteen (15) aid northwest-
erly by lot nu.berseventeen (17) on said map, contain-
iag in breadth in front arid rear twenty-five feet, and in
length on each side one hundred and fourteen feet and
fourinches, be the same more or less}; together with the
right and privilege of the said alley as laid dow n upon
the i'mdmap in common with the other lots entitled to
the use thereof, as set forth and declared iJ a certain
deed pol, authenticatingithe said map, bearing date the
thirtieth day' of April, 1825, and recorded the same day
"in the Register's ofce of the city and oqunty of New
York. The division lines between the ;wades-of said
lot and adjoining lots numbers nineteen (19n and
twenty-thre (43}Bond street, being and running in the
centre or mUiddleof the brick walls which divide the
threeJouses from front to rear, and the said walls being
party walls, pre to be, and may be used-aftd enjoyed,
upheld, maintained, repaired and (ifneceary) rebuilt1
as party .walla may lawfully be used, "ejoy.ed,-held,
Maintained, reniarred and built. Subhiect t a iust and


W INES, TEAS, AND GROCERIES.-
WlBn. Ma- 4apr-Newtop, G. M. and S's;
iLeal's; Howard, March & C.'s; mlackburn's, add'
others, in cash, IB &aragh 'i'demijOihns; and bottled.:
Port, of the most esteemed brands, in oska and
denifs; also, of extra quality, bottled. Sherry-~
W. iDuff Gordon's, and Pale, Biown, and Gold, in;
casks, drught, and, bottled,, Rhine-Rudesheimner,
Marcobronner, Steinibeger, ,Hochheimer, Johannes-
berger, Rauenthaler, Sparkling Hock, &c.;4 also, the
Moselle, Brauneberger sad Scharzberger. Bordeaux
-Chateau-Margaux, C. Lafitte, Latour, St. Julien,
Pauillac, Leoville, with other Clarets, of various
grades and prices, in cases; Sauterne, of various
brands. Burgundy-Sparkling and still; Chambertin,
Volnay, and Romance. Malmsey, L. P. Teneriffe,
Lisbon, S. Madeira, &c. Champagne-Heidseick, 4
Grape, and various other favourite brands, pints and
quarts. "
LIQUORS.-Brandy-Otard, Dupuy & Co., 1827
and '30; Champagne Brandy, 1815, '25; also, bottled,
super* quality. White Brandy, of high proof, for
preserving Peach Brandy. St. Croix and Jamaica
un, bottled and draught. Bay Rumnt. Scotch andT
Irish, real'Malt, and Monongahela Whiskey. Gin-
Holland, on draught; Londont Excise, and Cologne;
Gin, bottled. Arrack-Absinthe, Kirschenwasser.
LIQUEURS AND CORDIALS, of every descrip-
tion. Orange, Lemon, Citron, Canelle, Menthe, AA-
nizette, and other Martinique Cordials; also, Curacoa. -
Maraschino, French AnnizetteY in baskets. Rasp-
berry and Cherry Brandy.
MALT LIQUORS.-Brown Stout, Double and
Single, in pints and quarts, small packages or other-
wise, best brands. English, Scotch, and Philadel-
phia Ale and Porter.
ROSE AND J'EACH WATER, bottled.
SYRUPS.-Lemon, Rasperfy, Sarsaparilla, Gin.
ger, &c. .
HAVANA SEGARS of. very superior quality; al-
ways on hand, in quantities to suit purchasers. -
GREEN TEAS-Imperial, 'Gunpowler, Hyson,
and Young Hyson, incannisters, caddies, half chests,
and chests, selected with great care from late im-
portations.
BLACK TEAS-Orange Pecco, Flower do, Pou-
chong and Souchong, 'in small boxes, or by lb, half
chests, and chests.
COFFEE-Mocha, Java, Manilla, Liberia, &c.
COCOA, in shell and prepared, in small boxes.
Cocoa Shells and Beans.
CHOCOLATE-Zealand, from the pure Caraccas
Cocoa, spiced; also, plain.
PRESERVES, of Havana, assorted, and of the
East Indies. .
FRUITS-Bunch Raisins, in whole, half, and
quarter boxes; Figs, in their seasons; Bordeaux
Prunes; Citron; Sultana Raisins; Zante Currantsa;
Princess' and Bordeaux Almonds; Grapes, in their
season.
SFISH-Sardines, in oil; Anchovies, in boxes of
one dozen glass jars; Herrings, Dutch and Scotch,
pickled, in kegs; also, smoked. Salmon. soused, in
its season; pickled, in kits.
SAUCES and KETCHUPS, of almost all the va-
rieties, English and French.
MUSTARD, French and English, in pots bottles,
and 101b and 201b kegs.
CHEESE-Double Gloster, Cheshire, Schabziber.
Parmesan, and American. -
HAMS-Westphalia, Virginia, Newbold, &c.-
Toneues. Smoked Beef, &c.
SUGARS-St. Croix, in'barrels, half barrels, or
otherwise; Porto Rico; white and brown Havana; re-
fined treble, double, and single Lump and Crushed, in
barrels, half barrelsror otherwise. V
CANDLES-New Bedford and patent Sperm,
Mould, and Paris Wax.
OILS-Sperm, of the finest quality; Salad in bas-
kets; or Lucca in chests and at retail.
SOAP-Old Castile, Brown and White.
SPICES-Mace, Nutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, and
Ginger; White, Black, and Cayenne Pepper.
PICKLES-English and French, in gallon, half
gallon and quart jars, assorted.
OLIVES-French and Spanish, of fine quality.
DJ6 This assortment is varied and increased. ,
** These articles will be furnished, delivered in
any part of the city, on terms as favorable to the pur-
chasers, as those of first quality can be obtained else-
where in the city.
mv6 R. H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway.
W INES, &c. 500 dozen Madeira of various brands
S and vintages, from 7 to 60 years old.
100 doz. Brown Sherry, do do do do -
100 do Pale do do do do do
100 do Port, of superior quality. .
500 cases :Claret, including Chateau Magaux, Palmer
Margaux, La Fitte, St. Julien, La Tour, &c, &e.
100 cases Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac, &c.
100 do Vinde Graves
100 do Burgundy, Romanee,Conti1 Chambertin,&c'
100 do Hermitage) red: and white; : -
100 do Cote Rotie; and other French Wines. -
500 do Champagn, Clicquot and.4her favorite
brands. -
100 do. -Rhenish Hokheimer, Joha-neberger, Ru-'
: desheimer, Marcobranner, LiebfrAumilch,
y&c. Moselle. :. -,. -
100 do Canary, Coitetantia,'Muscat, Cyprus, Sweet
and Dry Lisbon.. Malaga, St. Lucar, &c.
Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Dupuy & Co.
and Seignette; old Mountain Dew and Irish Whiskey;
Peach and White Brandy; .Et India Arrsck; Shrub;
Metheglin; Old Jamaica Rut; Old Gin, and a com-
plete assortment of Cordials and 'Liquors, say Mar-
tinique, Cote St. Andre, 'UCracoa,' Maraschino, Rb-.
solio, &c. .=. '-
The most of the above for sale on draft as Well a' in
bottle, by BUNKER & CO.. 13 Maidenlane.' ml


STATIONARY, BLANK BOOKS, LITHO-
GRAPHY & PRINTING-T. & C. WOOD,
No. 18 Wall street, offer for sale-
Swan Quills-A large assortment of the first quality
by the hundred or thousand. -
Steel Pens-Perryian, Gillot's, Windle's, anAther.
kinds. A b .
Wafers-Red, black and mixed colors of all sizes,
transparent ditto, and Motto Seals.
.Wax-Superior English and American, of various
colors.
Ink Stands, Wafer and Sand Boxes of every kind
and pattern, by the dozen or retail. -
Manifold Writers, Travelling Port Folio amnd Bank
Note Port Folios for Brokers. ,
Maps of every State 'l-the Union,- Section Maps,"
Mitchel's Maps of the Uiited States.
Law Blanks of every kind and other Blanks.
,Writing Paper and Wrapping Paper of all kinds for
sale by the retail or quantity.
Check Books-A splendid assortment of Checks on
all the different Banks of the city.
Blank Books of every sort and kind, made to every
size and ruled to any pattern.
. Lithegraphy.--The subst-ibers having at a great ex--
pense fitted up .their Lithographic, are' now :ready: to
execute at the shortest possible notice, all orders in
the above line: Such as Circulars, Drafts Bills of
Exchange Notes, Diagrams, Xpa, Plans, PlPates, f4.
in a manner equal if not superior _t any other estab-
lishment of the kind in the city.," in my9 tf


AT a Court of ChaMncery, held for the State of New
York, at the City of New York, o en&tI'lrth
day of July, onq thousand eight hundred,and thirty-
nine- -
Present-William T. McCoun,'Vice-Cfancellor of
the First Circuit. -
William H. Robertson vs. Ebenezer 7esup, Junior,
et al., .. -
It appearing byaffidavit to the satisfaction of is
Court, that the defendants, the Bnk of Massillon and
the Bank of Michigan, are institutions situated'out of
-this State, but yn two of the United States df.Americs,
to wit: in the States ofMichigan and Ohio axid the offi-
cers reside therein.. On motion of GeraW: Mortis,
ef counsel for the complainat, it is ordered, that the
said thp Ba4k-of ,a sAona a thle Bank of Michipan,
cause their appearance to be entered and notice there-
of to be. served within four months from .the date of
this order anid in case of their appearance that they
,cause 'their answer to the complainant's bill in the
nature of a supplemental bill to be filed, and asopy
thereof t be served on the complainant's solicitor
within forty days after service of a copy of said bill,
and in default thereof, 8id bill may be taken as con-
fessed by them ; and it is further od&tred'haz with-
in twenty. days the, said complihtna cause this
order to bp published in the Stat paper and in the
New Yor k American; and that the muad publication be
continued in each of tlhe said papers !t least once in
each week for tight weeks in succession, or that he
-.c4us a copy of this order to be' personally: served on
the said The Baikof Masillon and the Baxk of Mich-
iga, at. leasttwenty days be$bre th ime above p-
-scribed for their appearance. Copy."
JOHN. WALWORT, Clerk.
jy 2 i w .-.-....., [A .. -


Dfl. IORIE, NO. 204 ?iLTON ST.
0wee _Grenwich treet and Broadway, con- a
SStrangers au.sA4MMYkpi "llt P. HORN E
was bre4to the Medical Pmfsfmsi in the aity of Lon-
adn, dm has been a practical. mec4T of said Faculty
;of Physic 42 yeas; for the last 32 in the city of New
i York. His practice from beis- fonerlypneral, he
Shal long confined to a prticular. branch o Medicine,
Which engages his profound attention, viz ;:--Lueas Ve-
neria Scorbutns, Scrofula, ElFphantiamis, and, .in
short, all diseases arising from q vitiated state of the
blood. His experience is ver_ great. Him auccus as-
tonishing. In many thousands of eases committed tq
his care, of all grades and every degree 6oftaligfutAy,
he has speedily restored his patients tobrIlth and a
#sdund constitution. : ., :
He cautions the unfortunate against the abna of,
i mercury. Thotrsands are annually aaetcun aliet. a
of life.. See that your came is eradicated, not ptched
up. The learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes--
"Married persons, and persons about to be married,
should be particularly cautious of t e. afflictions.
What a dreadful inheritance to transmit to posterity."
Persons afflicted with protracted and deplrable eame
need not despair of a complete reooser, by applying
to Dr. Home. Recent affections, when lmei ,
Without mercury, extin igA lid fw day. Wilt
grieves the Dr. is, that maty afflicted, i&neaof taking
his salutary advice, have recourie toaQmbed atmmil,
where there is no responsibility,and4wtlapo de
unknown; by such means, throwing awaythtr taCy,
(where they vainly hope to 'save.) and ruinkaS ever
heir constitution. .
Persons wiho may have contracted diseame, or es-
ppet latent poison, are invited to make applimiom to,
Dr, HORNE, at his- Establshiueht, N- 204, Ftaon
street, between Greenwich street And- t dw ay ,' A.
residence of thirty-tw. years iin New-YoAk; city, .s
-radically esablished Dr Honie'se haaoter for sterling
honor; aidased bn real respectability ad skilL Dr.
Home offers to his patrons a sure guanntee: .
Offices for separate consultation. Patients can
never come in contact. '
Attendance until half past .in the a.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. AJl 0i let-
ters must be handed in. -
M? Stud tnoM ineurata pudOr makw .cera CelaL"
-Horace's 16th Epistie. '
P. S.---As lon'as Dr. Horte desires to ibeit the
public, it is prperhe should continue his advrebtee-_
mentfor the gold of strangers, as it is well Iknow people.
are extremely shy in speaking of cbas of a delicate
Nature even where # physician is pre-eOif ly enlwe-
"cessful. j14
M AGNI MOMENT MAEL PONDRRIS.--L''A
Preventive is better then t Or6.e-" ei no
medical observation bette -ltatblisBUnbce miore
generally confirmed by the expetiew of the lbest-Pl y-
sicians of all ages and countries, aSd Bne of io im-
portance to the whole human family, than the fact t*at
many of the most difficult andincurable rvowmp es
originate in neglected colds. In a climta o vnahj*e
as ours; where the changes -of weather are frequently
sudden and unexpected, it requires mo o awd at-
tention to. guard against this danerots eamys.4o ha-"
man life, than moet Ipeotplt image, or ble saod
willing to bestow. The bills of mortality ei it the
melancholy fact that the proportioa, of deati by this
disease are as &ie to one. Inasmuch &then,41 this
fatal disease is increasing and spreding-so wily.and
fearfully, and bids defiance to the skil of the : B ex.
perienced physicians, it isa gratiifica6 the sub-
scriber to be' enabled t 'offer to all who ,to f or.-
'sumptive habits, or thoe afieted- with distrMesing
coughs, colds, asthma, oer any affection (f thp breast
and lungo,'a reteonable project of re ef by his
celebrated Strengthening Plasters. They -MvaTeer
used over the United States for the last twenty years,
and have every where given f4'aidt9jvQm sub-
scriber has had the plean.eofseRiitM,-*Aily for a
number of years in this cty, and of`tinmwy w sands
who have used them he has not, eard a Apoeom
plaint.. They are also patronized exteiw**r by the
medical profesion, and probably theri asw as-a *t-
telligent phs .ciain in4 the world that woua heitWte t#
sanction them by hisname and influence, vhwi made
accquainted with their competition. The umerous
cures they have effected are wirthall- tieori,
and they are most earnestly e Aluwtee-W
are thui afflicted. Persons whose busiqess require
that they should stand or sit mue, or t ce of w p
tary habits rgene rally, who are troubled yth pans r
wealmess in thebeat, side, .Aok.wr Rmn t a,
vised to try one of these beatiful p ters, a they aiB
essentially different from all others and a. freefrom
the objections which are made againt*stsa enerai-
ly., Persons about to pihmhase tem wilft wmmber to
ask for Badeau's Str.ngthet.in fPlaara, and see
that the 4aoompanying directions have MY..matures,
without which none we gemaine. Th andem ed,
doubtless, ere long to become one of the most popular
renpiedies-rofthe ae, as they addreu hn aos to the
good sens of all Mineig prso a" to low
price may be obtained by aL Thp ..' at_ sspA in a,
scientific maaner on the most b .4aJ Am1 skin, will
not stain die test linenad abe worn'ith ease
and comfort for one moulh.r thmr..w op it boxes,
-with large and attrative lki iie ba _.any
climate, tilLbe Ibrn-arded todanyfpaW6F wdaBs 'word as
"perfoder, and a large discount Imde'to tfaest'o buy
to sell again. Sold at wholesale ahd retina jky the
subscriber, who is the sole piijtf l ebBS Blowery
Medicine Star, SB Bowewy. ..- ,- *.
je. .:4 a. Wfc PAh&MI.


G-1 ENUINZ BEAR'S GIEAfl, '^bhtlt
I the growth of the hair, andm A beast
ahd gesy lute boan far Wruit ;Was other ep-
plication. Themnspenmorityof ftLW puteflre-
pionam t iucimag aIL y* of uir, a e
nerally aceded4 o byallwbp hte usedI 8 it Iam-
pars a glosy richness to the lwar, itden t soft
and flexible, iU exciting we --tiloSv B .t
healthy action, To persons bemoasTMW 0.i
-new .or other qau es, the applitilf.ot Oild,
will soon producewa ia af.i T b
scriber has just received a fiesh s4 i glutie
artticle, ltirp heatlyMi R ptst prepan edx-
prehyfor his re tadde, 'at the q9orytediejpe
Store, No. 260 Bowery. .- ; ,, tm

.-Wing nd oot her itS18e"^*? ere. Aso, Eg-Omwdatds fAk
1h4 Duapo'ant' e R pwtv -i
Ticker and stronger4han amy-otherm
h6feore imported....Tm- a dsi Of e
Powder are all of. the tSm .ua *ds aac-
1 b Jtl f w w r 'eB l-.fff n a n W ( u a l
p they ditee r only in te size ofcrpil, -
Suaiperlias prtiup fo~vs4Isds5^ also
Uh lawt gnus beinih "W4ih.
,tsa-s. . ,. -.2;%-)r "*'
Alse, wwe mg6

uaSe10? ?^ ^ Vfimsef r

*'inil ix u *p 6 p**'*^ v'-^-'
SZ1W.

The th last kiaa.e.4". w be
Sf I quality mfiulbastk At
Navy. DTheyan e Wros -
accesS Ofsmdrw
No Powder is waJAatjtin !iW u -





NelsotWn's C BITI."
Nesns n O-'F


B Y order of Michael UTdoeffer, First Judge of the
Court of Common PlI. for the City and Coun-
ty of Ntw York, Notice isT)ereby given, pursuant to
the provisions of the statute authorizing attachments
against non-resident debtors, that an attachment has
issued against the estate 'f Chiarles R. Briggs and
Moses R. Munn, residents 4q the State of New Jer-
sey. and that the sameUwillie sold for the payment of
I heir debts, unless they appear and discharge such at-
- tachment, accurdin to law*' within nine months from
the first publication of thisanbtlce; and.that the: pay-
ment of any debts due e thAn by 'residents of this
State, ahl thedellveryrteri or or their use, of any
property within this State belonging to them, and the
tsraferof any such property bytheiie, arm forbidden by
0.w a!i' arelvoidk : ..
Dated the i!thdayofApil'1839.
LEWInT.M RUTHERFORD,
SapIWlaw9m Attorney'for Attaching Creditor.
BY order of the Hon*hble William Inglis, one of
J the Associate Judge-of tle Court of Common
Pleas for the City and Coty of New York, Notice is
hereby given, pursuan t .he provisions of the statute
authorizing attachmeaItsI-.nst non-resident debtors,
that an attachment has' d against the estate of
Samuel A. Belden, an U sident of the State of New
York, and that the samel'be sold for the payment of
his debts unless he appet and discharge such attach-
merit, according to law,.rthin nine months from the
-first publication of this tce; andthat the payment of
any debts due to him by Widents of this State, and the
delivery to thim or for i.-use, of any property within
This State belonging tqjum, and the transfer of any
such property by him, 4re. forbidden by law and are
void. 4f .%
Dated the 30th day of&gy, 1839,
SMITH BARKER,
my3 law9m Atto&ey for Attaching Creditors.
VDY orderofthe-Hon4le Michael Ulshoeffer, First
Jf Judge of the CJ .Cwison Pleas for the City
and County of New Y4 ,Notice is hereby given, pur-
suant to the provisiouo the statute authorizing at-
tachments against noa-sident debtors, that an attach-
ment has issued ailhe estate of Soulet, Vignuie
.& Co., erjcant'e doing business, in and resij
d1"ta t, the City q 0.e. Orjeans, in the of LouY
isumaa, ORd ha Pe saw rill be -sold for the payment
of their debts, tuless appear and discharge such
attachment, '4oh w, within nine tnontjs from
the first publication .. notice; and that the pay-
ngnt of any debts_. them by residents ,of this
State, and the delive tBem or for their use, of any
property within this belonging to them, and the
transfer of any such pt by them, are forbidden by
law, and are void. -":
Dated the fourtentfry of June 1839.
W. #MPLETO6 JOHNSON,
jel5 law9m ,A.tite y foriAttahhing Creditor.


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