New-York American
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Title: New-York American
Uniform Title: New-York American (New York, N.Y. 1821)
Alternate title: New York American
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: September 18, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 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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persons loYv insured :-
Of wnqbf idfat8 of the city of New York
,14 ne residentswit of tAe cit ofN.York
7 are= Mrchants and Brokers
4sretdents and Clerks
2 are-echaaics
1-.. 1 an Mngineer
3 are Maniufacturers.

Of thke, there ap insured for 1,yar and over -6
thgve Are insured for 7 year 10
tB. are insured for life, 2

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V .i te~are insured for $10,000 and under 2:
5 5 E.' A. NICOLL, Secretary.
4 Wiflixle4dqr M ArwAUh of Wall.-This Com-
pany o. tiwcit..- -i9,re against loss or damage .by
fire lpon Mda fi. k nble nas similar institutions in
this crty.
James McBnrde, Thomas Suffern,
John Meoead, :: Joseph Kernochen,
AlbMr Werl inm, JFaies Bowen,
Robt.Ji. ..uu, John Brouwer,
Jno. R. Petei, Geo. Cojgeshal,
Thowir Xu smn. m- John 0. Hicks,
John D. Lawreee, R. H. Osgood,
Campbell P. White, Rplert Dyson,
HmwyW. Hill, William Mandevile,
Hamlen Murray, John Johnson,
Jiseph Kissimai.
GOLD S." SLLIMAN, Secretary.
New Yorj Sept. 4th, 1'839. s5 lm
A ANCE COMPANY, No. 55 Wall st.
ALJT a annual election held at the office of the Com-
pany, on the l3d day of June, 183I, the following gentle-
umen we" duly teJted Directors for the ensuing year:
JoL. Bowne Ebeneer Cauidwell
John Rf. Willis Morris Ketchum
SilauIs -, Joshaa S. Underhill
tjRflb^C. ffU(BTan T. Cromwell
Jam Barker Cornelius W. Lawrence
B1k wain Corliei Nathaniel Lord
LiIey umrray Charles Kneeland
Htr.i:.A WIvce Edwrd A. Wright
Stepe oa WYyck- Benjamin Clark
Isaac Frot Robert B. Minturn
iliam B 4radord

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Tbhoms W. Jenkins Silas Wood '
Benjamin Strong George D. Post .
George H sey "RobertH. Bowne
Urish F. CapeBnr Albert Woodhull
James H. Tituis George B. Smith
Samtuel C. Paxson.
At ubseF t ineetiig of the Board, John L.
Bowne, Esq, was .unanimously re-elected President.
je5 JA2XES WILKIE, Secretary.

T Office 54 Wall street.
NRW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-This Com-
parny cotinueA t make insurance against loss and
lamaige tire, and he hazards of inland navigation
R. Havens, Pregadedt, B. L. Woolley
Ngjali Taylor Micah Baldwin
Cotne.usW. Lawrence Joseph Otis
J. Philips Phmenix: Faing C. Tucker
John iorrison Meigs D. Benjamin
JosepB. Varaum, John Rankin
David Lee John D. Wolfe
Caleb 0. Halsted Nathaniel Weed
William W. Todd Ferdinand Suydam
William Couch.
d21 LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
I CO.-.Persons may effect insurances with this
companympn, their own lives, or the lives of others,
and either for the whole duration of life, or for a
limitedtpetod, The payments of premium may be
either made annually or m a gross sum.
Premiums on one hundred dollars:

1 00
1 12
1 20
1 31

1 36
1 39
1 43


1 12

1 03
1 04
1 12

1 17
1 35
1 42

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Money wil be" received in deposit by the Company
and'also in trust, upon which interest will be allowed
as foUoiwe: -
Upon suns over $100, ifredeemable for 1 year, 41 per ct
Do. o. do. mos. 4
Do. do. do. 2" 3
Win. Bard James Kent
Thomas W. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime
W m. B. Lawrence 7Nicholax Devereux

tU YOK T undlerduate Course of stdll
will commence on the first Monay in Otoher. y
didates for admission to any of the classes, will plRate
apply for examination on'the revious Friday, at No.
.6, second floor University Buildings, at 9 A, M.
se8 lm' I -Chancellor.
I I1S. Institution was.incorporated at the last Ses-,
lion of thee State Legislature, and is now placed upon
a more satisfactory and more permanent footing.
The organization of its board of instruction is full
and efficient. Every department is adequately sup-
plied to answer thoroughly its appropriate end.
'The next; or all Term will open on Friday, Novem-
ber 1st, 1839.
Char'ea, as heretofore.
Applications for the admission of pupils may be made
to the Principal, the Rev., W. F. WALKER, person-
ally orthrough tie poat office, or to JOHN W. MITCH-
HE.LL, Esq., NewYok.
Twa', September 2,183 se3
.lL YOUNG IA6S3 No. 63 Broadway.-MRS.
COLEY begs iui n'tiop infonn her friends and'
the public, that. she will positively re-open her School
on monday, the 19th September. Mrs. C. has made
new arrangements with masters of the highest eminence
in the different branches of education, and will bring
with her an accomplished English Assistant from
Europe.; taw8 3taw6w* :
D LADIES, 113 Bleecker street.-MRS. CUR-
TIS respectfully informs her friends and the public,
that her School will re-open on the second Monday in
September next.. 4 aul5 eod6w
U NDER thedirection of the BROTHERS PEUG-
NET, No. 27 Bank street, between 4th street, and
Greenwich lane, will resume on Monday, September
2d. Punctual attendance is requested from pupils in'
The manner of instructing is founded entirely on
reasoning: French is the language of the school; Eng-
lish, Spanish, Latin and Greek, all the branches of
Mathematics, Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, tho-
roughy taught by.coimpetent Professors.
The plan of education is such, that a boy entering
the school between 10 and 11, will (at 14) speak and
write correctly the English, French and Spanish Lani
guages, be prepared to enter College, the Counting
Room, or become an Engineer, according to his dis-
positions, and the wishes of his parents.
Parents and Guardians are invited to visit the estab-
lishment. The situation, one of the most healthy on
the Island, will be fond to combine both, the advan-
tages of the city and country, without the inconve-
niences of either. The buildingasare extensive, suited
to the purpose; the play ground more than an acre,
considered sufficient in a well disciplined school.
No boys admitted under 7, or above 14.
TERMs--For instruction in all the branches enu-
merated, -and for boarding, lodging and fuel, THREE
HUNDRED DOLLARS per annum, payable quarterly in
advance. Washing and meon l0g, when done in the
school, $7,50 per quarter; Sttifnary, $2,00; seat at
church, $1,25.
Day boarders, $200 petr annum and Stationary,
payable also quarterly in advance.
References may be made,
To the Hon. Josiah Quincy, President of Harvard
College; Hon. Daniel Webster, of the U. S. Senate,
To the Hon. P. Hone, Hon. G. C. Verplanck, Charles
King, Esq., Hickson W. Field, Rev. Dr. Wainwiight,
W. C. Bryant, Dr. Berger, Peter Harmony, Esq., Don
L. Santos Saurez, Ex-Member of the Spanish Cortes,
Gen Gratiot.
Lines of Stages to Bank street--Fourth street; Bleeck-
er street: Greenwich. aug 20 2m
rHE NEW YORK LYCEUM.-This literary In
Sstitution; for the last twelve years under the di'
reaction of CHARLES COUDERT, Esq., has been
removed to Elizabethtown, N. J., one hour's distance
from this city by steam. It would be difficult to find a
more eligible locality for a BOARDING SCHOOL,
combining ample conveniences and a healthy situation.
The buildings are large and airy, with one hundred
and fifty acres oQ grounds attached to the property.


boat and railroad-at alf'hours of thefay, cannot fil tod
be appreciated as a great. convenience.
Mr. COUDERT hopes for a continuation of confi-
dence from parents and guardians in his new location.
Being anxiously desirous to fully develop his system
of education, he was obliged to look for aw situation
combining more conveniences than could be secured
within the, limits of the city. At Elizabethtown all
those manly exercises which are not only beneficial to
the health, but of constant utility through life, will
constitute a part of the system of education. The
pupils will be instructed, at suitable hours, in riding,
in the use of the gun, agriculture, botany, &c. &c. It
is superfluous to remind parents of the advantages de-
rived from the study of Modern languages, combined
with the Ancient. There has been no example of a
scholar's being unable to speak fluently the French and
Spanish after two years' residence at the Lyceum. The
greatest attention is given to Mathematics, and an ex*
tensive apparatus of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry
is attached to the School. Pupils studying Survey-
ing will be instructed by an eminent professor.
Every information, and cards of terms, studies, &c.,
may be obtained at the Bookstore of Berard & Mon-
don, 36 Courtlandt st. au12 3m
T REV. J. F. SCHROEDER, D. D., Rector.
HIS SEMINARY, to be opened on the first day
of October next, will offer many peculiar advantages,
for-establishing the health, maturing the moral and-in-
tellectual discipline, and promoting the present happi-
ness and eternal welfare of such youngladies as may
be admitted members of the Institute. In all its plans
a careful reference has been had to the experience ot
the best Schools in Europe and bur own country. Its
charges for board and tuition are moderate; and no
pains will be spared to render it, in all respects, what
the most affectionate and solicitous parent or guardian
can desire. An earnest wish to afford his own daugh-
ters the best opportunities to cultivate their minds and
form their characters, is a pledge to those who may
confide their children and wards to the Rector of this
Institute, that these also will partake of every benefit,
that his observation and experience may enable him to
I provide.
THE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS are the same that were
occupied by the Seminary of the Rev. Dr. Muhlenberg,
until the time of his removal to St. Paul's College, two
miles distant. The buildings are very spacious, and
admirably adapted to.the purposes of the Institute; and
the grounds, comprising six acres of land, are beauti-
fully situated, within the limits of the town of Flush-
ing, seven miles from the city of New York.
qualifiedand experienced,are engaged in the several de-
partments of instruction. The presiding Governess, the
French Governess, and some of the Instructresses, also
will reside in the building, and be with the pupils at all
THE TERMS for board and tuition, are a hundred and
fifty dollars for each session of twenty-one weeks,
payable in advance. All the extra charges, for music
and other elegant accomplishments, will be moderate.
For further particulars see the "Circular" of the Insti-
tute,published in the CHURCHMAN; or address, by mail,
the Rev. Dr. SCHROEDER, New York. All letters
for him, after September 15th, are to be directed to
Flus.iing, Long Island, N. Y. -
Ifi A steamboat plies between New York and
Flushing twice every day, leaving the foot of Fulton
street, N Y. every morning and evening, and coaches
s tre et I. 4r- .I;- 1 l T V-1,

uJL VACANCY having occurred in the Chair of Me-
dicine in this.institution, by the resignation of Dr.: R.
E. Griffith, from ill health; a meeting of 'the Board
of Visitors will be held at the, University on Wednes-7
day, the 2d day of October next, to appoint succes-
sor; untit which time, Dr. Griffith will continue to lec-
ture. The subjects assigned to this chair are the
Theory and Practice of Medicine, Obstetrics, and Me
dical Jurisprudence. The Professor receives -an an-
nual salary of one thousand dollars, and.a fee of twen-
ty-five dollars from each student attending his class, and
has a dwelling house free of rent.
Candidates for the Chairare invited. They may ad
dress their letters, post paid, tome,
Chairman of the Faculty.:
University of Virginia, Sept. 10th, 1839.
s14 6td&2tC
LISH SCHOOL, 639 Broadway, (between
Houston and Bleecker sts.) will be re-opened on Mon-
day, Sept. 2d. au27 tf
.L MISSES BROWN, 55 Beach street, will re-
open their School on Monday, 2d September, where
the following branches are taught : English in all its
departments, French, Italian, Music, and Drawing.
Eminent Masters will assist in teaching the advanc-
ed classes. au27 1m
IVI YOUNG LADIES, 16'Park Place, will re-
open on the 10th of Septembei next. au21 1m
RInRS. GIBSON,1No. 18 Bond street, will re-com-
FOR YOUNG LADIES, on Monday, 9th of Sep-
The most approved masters attend as usual.
au28 d3w
LADIES will be re-opened on Monday, September
9th. No. 15 Amity st. se2 lwd&lmeod
1 /RS. O'KILL'S SCHOOL, No. 6 and 8 Clinton
IV. place, will be open for the reception of her pu
pils, on Monday, the 16th Sep tember. au24 3w3taw'
will reopen on the 10th September.
No. 13 Carroll Place, Bleecker street, New York.
au20 Im

HIS INSTITUTION is located at Astoria, (late
Hallett's Cove,) Long Island. The village, already
extensively known as combining the highest advanta-:
ges of beautiful scenery, animated water prospect,
health and retirement, is directly opposite 86th street,
and only five miles distant from the central part of the
city of New York. Access to the city may be had
hourly, by steamboat, railroad, or stages.
The Institute Buildings, erected expressly for its
accommodation under the immediate supervision of the
Rector, occupy a beautiful site, in a retiredfparc of the
village, adjoining St. George's Church. The prospect
from the principal stories for variety and beauty is un-
surpassed, embracing an extent of several miles on
every side. The grounds attached to the buildings are
sufficiently extensive to allow such exercise in tbe open
air as the pupils may require, and to indulge their taste
for ornamental gardening. In the immediate vicinity
are several beautiful groves and retired walks which
will be open to the pupils under the charge of their
governesses. Covered walks for exercise and recrea-
tion in bad weather, perfectly retired, will be provided,
and the strictest attention to the physical comfort of
the pupils will be paid by all connected with the Insti-
The Rev. J. W. Brown, A. M., Rector of St. George's
Church, Astoria, is the Rector of the Institute. The
Wardens and Vestry of said church are ex officio its re-
spon.ible Trustees.
Alexander H. Stevens, M. D., John Jacob Astor,
Samuel Stevens, Esq., Stephen A. Halsey,
John L. Riker, Esq., R. M. Blackwell,
B. K. Stevens, George C. Thorburn,
H. Bavlies, M. D., H. H. Stevens,
SMMJimse, tone,
EijaX Peck H. Whitemore, Esq.,
Charles J.Gayler, John Field,
J. Craig, John Blackwell.
Rev. J. W. Brown, A. M., Rector and Head of the
Rev. C. Clapp, A. M., Chaplain and First Assistant
B. Servatius, French Language and Literature.
Camerer, Instructor on the Piano and Organ.
Madame Servatius, French, Vocal and Instrumental
Miss R. C. Brown, Governess, and English Teacher4
Miss E. Lamb, Governess, Teacher in the English
Branches, Drawing and Painting.
Miss Julia R. Hall, Governess, Teacher in French
and English.
Miss A. E. Cheesman, Teacher in Preparatory De-
Miss M. L. Brown, do do do
H. Baylies, M. D., Family Phosician
Mrs. M. Morton, Matron.
The Institute is conducted on the plan of a tho-
loughly organized Christian family, the Rector, for the
time, holding the place of the parent, and as such re-
sponsible for the moral, religious and intellectual cul-
ure of his pupils.
The Institute is divided into three permanent depart-
ments-Preparatory, Junior and Senior, over each of
which the Rector exercises constant supervision, and
to the studies of each of which he devotes his personal
An examination of the classes in each department
is held semi-annually, at which the parents and friends
of the pupils are desired to be present. A review of
Music is held semi-annually, in January and August
of each year.
The exercises of each half-quarter are terminated by
a review, the reports of which are regularly forwarded
by the Rector to the parents of the pupils.
These reports also contain a record of the daily
proficiency and conduct of each pupil, made out from
the class books of the Institute.
Drawing, Painting, Embroidery, Plain Sewing, &c.,
are taught at such -times as not to interfere with the
hours appropriated to study or recreation.
Attention is paid to the cultivation of those graces
of manner and deportment which will fit the pupils for
mingling in society with propriety and ease. As the
Rector always reserves to himself the right of forming
his household of such only as are willing to submit to
its laws, a silent, and gentle acquiescence in all its
regulations is made a requisite from every young lady
The pupils in all cases learn their lessons un-
der the immediate inspection and direction of their
teachers, so that all requisite encouragement and as-
sistance may be given in each study.
The higher departments of the French, Italian and
Spanish languages will be under the care of able mas-
ters. The study of the Latin will be encouraged.-
The French language is spoken in the family, the pu-
pils in this department being under the charge of a go-
verness qualified to discharge its duties.
The Institute is furnished with a complete and valua-
ble Apparatus, to illustrate the circle of the physical
sciences, and regular lectures are delivered by gentle-
men from the city of New York.
The Institute opens annually on the second Monday
in September, and closes on the first Friday in August.
There is also a vacation of ten days at the Christmas
holidays-and one of two weeks, preceding the first of

M OUSSELAINE DE LAIN8S.-A large assort-
ment of black, dark brown, mlode col'd grounds,
part of which are of splendid quality' Just opened and
for sale by CLARKE COMPANY,
s14 337 Broadway.
-AXONY FLANNELS.-T4 cases fine and su-
. perior quality for gent's. wa 1, Just received by
s14 337 Brodway.
FLANNELS AND BLAN-Ki $.-The subscri-
bers are now receiving-- -- '
Real Welsh Flannels ;' -
Rogers' Patent do
Lancashire do
SilkWarp do "
TwilleAd Plaiti do '
Liihl colorss and fast dyes. do
Thybet and Merino do
English Canton do
American do
Rose and Whitney Blankets of all sizes
Superior Bath Blankets, the best ever imported
Londlon Whitney Blankets
Blankets for winter sheets
All of which are offered on the most favorable
terms, at wholesale or retail.
au30 JAMES PATON & CO. 247 Broadway.:
REMEDY highly approvedfor its remedial effects
in Dyspepsia, in acid, bilious, and all morbid secret
tions of the stomach-in bilioqs diseases of warm
climates, and as an alterative in4hronic and glandular
diseases. ;
The testimony of numerous Physicians to the re-
medial effects produced by this Nfedicine, and the de-
tailed cases of cures which a constantly being re-
ceived by the proprietor, claim fonit a superior consider-
ation, and public approbation, from long and exten
sive use, endorsed by that of the medical profession,
entitles it to the full confidence of the public.
From the various attempts which are made by pre-
tenders to medical science and nostrum venders, to
profit by the demand for the genuine Tomato Medicine,
in their anomalous preparations claiming to be Tomato;
and in their specious inventions to ingraft them into
the reputation acquired by the remedial effects of these
Pills; it is necessary for those who wish the genuine
Compound Tomato Pills, possessing the medical pro-
perties of the Tomato Plant, and other established re-
medies, to be particular and inquire for Dr. Phelps'
and observe that each package and box bears the signa-
ture of the proprietor, G. R. PHELPS, M. D., Ifart-
ford, Conn.
nIF As this is the original and only Medicine ever
prepared in the United States, embracing the remedial
properties of the Tomato Plant; and the only Tomato
Medicine of any kind, ever announced by a regularly
educated Physician, there is m6re necessity to be par-
ticular upon this point than is generally supposed.
Merchants and traders in sending for these Pills,
should be very particular to specify the kind wanted,
as some Druggists have take the responsibility to
sendcanother article when mine had been ordered.
Applicants for Agencies and orders for the Medicine,
directed to the proprietor, Hartford, Conn, will be at-
tended to. The above Pills fai sale by most of the
Wholesale and several of the retail Druggists in this
city; and by most of the Druggists and Merchants
throughout the country. Price 37j cents.
For numerous testimonials -see pamphlets in the
hands of all who sell the Mediaine.
je26 2awd&lawcW&S 3m'
safe and effectual remed for the summer coml
plaints, viz: Diarrhoea and Cholera Morbus; also
Flatulent and Spasmodic Cholics ; having been tested
throughout the State of NewfYork and elsewhere,
during the last twelve years witi complete success.
This is undoubtedly the best :Medicine now in use
for the above named diseases, (i d most of the Coughs,
Lung complaints and Bowel .affections incident to
our country. The summer and autumnal Diarrhoeas
(commonly known by the term Dysenteries) that yearly
-nlr,- aiink draaflul haovrrn nstwijzr chiidren. seenine

RitY |'00as.
l WOOL UNDER VESTS-1 full supply of
these' desirable goods are now o et to which he re-
spectfully invites the attention of his timers. These
goods are cheaper for strength and ear than flannels.
J. BAT.TIN, Dealer in Hosiy, Gloves, &c.
s6 27 reenwich st.
LADIES WINTER HOSlB-A ull assortment of
Ladies Black Cashmere, Moqair, and Merino
Hobe, now opening, of Ihe best qualty and make, and
offered at very low prices, by the ssescriber, dealer in
Hosiery, &c. I. BATTIN,
s6 27. Greenwich st.
S HAKER KNIT SOCKS--k few dozen of
Shaker Knit Woollen Hosejust received and
for sale by the subscriber, 276Greenwich st.
s6 J. BATTIN, Dealer in Hoasry f all kinds.
FURNITURE CHINTZ-10 4 s very splendid
F London Printed Furniture Ch*t, just received
and for sale by the case or piece a ni l all profit for
cash or approved notes. po
au30 JAMES PATON & pX47 BDpjdway.
Gt GOODS.-P.' & G. BRO ,No. 46 Canal'
street, (Fourth store froi 'Br ,) beg to ;jnfoh.
the Ladies of New-York, that to their usial'
half yearly custom, they will on M y, 10thtf June,
commence a "Clearing Cheap S of their whole
stock at Greatly Reduced' Priceir 'tch an opportu-.
nity of purchasing the most rich hionablegoods,'.
at remarkably low prices, rarely ,never occurs:-
Consisting of
Calicoes, Plain, figured,:and bro de Silks; splendid
challies, and Mous de Laines; Li Sheetings, and
Table Linen.
Printed Muslins, Black Bomb es, Crapes, and
Merinos, Domestic Shirtings, things and Long
Cloths, Hosiery, Gloves and Fan Hdkfs.
Rbbons,Cambric, Mull, and S s Muslins, Cash-
mere, Brochay, Thibet, and. Chilly Shawl ,
Thread Laces, and Embroidered dollars, Flannels,
&c. &c.
N. B. Just landed from packets England, a lot of
beautiful hemp Carpeting, fashion colors.
IfE As P. & G. B. will sell atr ed prices only,
foi a few'days, an early call will 'iicessary. aul5
/EN'S UNDER GARMENT--A large assort
M ment, varying in quality and e, of Shirts and
Drawers of almost every descrip suitable for the
present and coming season. A Hose and Half
Hose, of all the different fabrics sizes. Gloves,
Hdkfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Prui Dressin* Robes,
&c., with a large assortment of iery an Under
Garments for Females. For sale'olesale or retail
at the old Hosiery Store, 14 Mai Lane, by
L DRAWERS-Gentlemen find a large as-
sortment of these goods of the befality and size, at
low prices, at the store of the s uoriber, 276 Green-
wich street, between Warren and amberss.
,s9 ..: J. BATTIN.
1IFE PRESERVERS-Ma rured in the city,
L of double India Rubber Clo in the form of
belts and vests, for sale singly or' the dozen, at 14
Maiden Lane, by LNE N
1 cozen of double Yarn; Long Iand Knit Woollen
Half Hose, the best country make ought to this mar-
ket. Just received and for sale byie dozen or single
pair, by the subscriber.
J. BATTIN, 276 G*iewich street,
s7 between Warren andfhambers street

Dimitry Br.p. 19 25 a Pitch......... 1a -
Iogan& U.X. 18 a Rosin....... 1 75 a -
Zot.& Billi. ..1l a Turp. N. Co.. 2 25 a- -
3dquality.... 13 a 14 Do Wil ....2 50 a 2 6-2i
Interior......11 a 11 Sp.Turp.gal- S30 a 31
German 10 a 11 OILS-
Rifens.......7 a 9 50 Florence, bx..5 25 a -
Holland, A.A.25 a 26 French, 138brls8 75 a 4 -
Amer.allfl ax- a Olive,gal....90 a 95
Joy's, No. 1..11 a 14 .5 Palm, Ib.....-- 90 a 91
Paterson, 1..l6 a 12 -- Linseed, Am.- 70 a -
Do.Cotton 1..- 28 a 42 Eng&Dutch..- 65 a 70
DYE WOODS--ton. Whale.......- 31 a 32
Broileto.....- a- Sperm,sum'r 1 8 a 1 10
Catliwood.... 120- a 125- Do. winter,.. 1 20 a 1 19
Fustic, Cuba, 35 a Liver, Straitr.16 a 17 -
Tampico, do.- a Do. Sh & Bk 18 a 15 -
Savanila, do. & 25 a 26 OSNABURGS-yd.-
Carthagena and Osnaburghs. 7 a 10
Maracaibo, 18 a 19 PAINTS-lb
Log Cam .... 32 50 a 3T50 Lead, red Am- 74a -
Do. St.Dom..27 a 28 Wht.D'y Eng- 13 a 14
Do.Honduias25 a 26 Do.g'd Oil...- 10 a 11
Do Jamaica.25 a 26 Do. Am. do lb.- 10 a 11
Nicar Bo.....35 a 37 50 Ochre,yel.dry- 21a 3
Do. oro.....35 a 37 60 Do g'a Oil...- 5 a 6
Do. Hache ..45 a 47 50 Sp. bwniry. 1 -a 1 50
Lima........0 a f2 50 Do g'd in Oil.-- 4a 5
Bapan Wood.35 a 37 50 Varnish, gal.- 22 a 37J
FEATHERS-lb Vermilion, lb. 1 50 a 2 E0
Foreign......-- 15 a 45 Litharge, fine.---- a 7 50
American....-- 45 a 54 Docoarse.... 7 a 8-
FISH- Whiting, Eng- a --
Cod,dry, cwt. 3 50 a 8 621 Do. Amer... .- 75 a 90
Do. ac'd, cwt. 2 a 2 k5 P. White, Eng 1 95 a 2 12i
Do pick'd,bbl 5 a Do. Amer.. 1 50 a 1 62f
Salmon, 81 a 32 Chalk, lump. 7 50 a 8 -
Do. sm'kd. lb.- 17 a 18 PLASTER OF PARIS.


PAHES- 10b.1s Otter, noth.. 4- a 7-
ote, st,--- R 5 ackoonskla- a 18
'erl........ a 6 121 Do. Detroit.. ,- 25 a 35
BARILLA-ton. Muskrat.....- a 20
toary.....42 50 a Martin,Can..- 85 t' 1 -
,EESWAX--Ib. Do.N. W.. t 12Sja -- -
h'te .......- 37 a S9 Red Fox.....- 85 a 1 40
TsllowZ.....- 27 a 28 Mink, S.& N.r- 20 a -- 140
BOTTLES-gro. NutriaSkins..- 18 a 25
Bristol,port, 8 S0 a 9 -- Hare, Russia.- 6 a 1
N'eastle,wiis 7 a 8 0 Bear, North., 1 50 a 4 50
BREAD--lb. Do.S.W... 75 a 25
Pilot........*.-. 8 a Buffalo Robes 4 00 a 600
riteNavy,..-- 4a Fur Seal, clap 8 00 a 1060
Navy.......-- 4 a Hairdo......- 25 a 1 25
Crackers... 6 a 71 Goat, German- 35 a 60
BRISTLBSo-ib. Curacoa..- 55 a 62
'ertrab',, lot, 1 06 a 1 10 Moga, sk.- 80 a 85
Do. 2d,- 30 a Cape.....- 30-a 8
)katka, grey- a Madras. ,- 21 a 24
aukoys,.... 60 a 624 Calcutta. -'20 a 23
nmerican....- 25 a 66 Ooer,sh'd....- 27 a 47
CAqDLES-lb. Summer..- 25 a 87
Trallow, m'ld' 15ia 4-- Winter,- 15 a 2
Ip .... 18a- -14 LASS-66-feet.
...en .... -40 a- 41 lAgr Ixiz2, 5a -
a. i1.. a2 a 6 a0 a 7 40
p ch.10 a .. -- fAbove 14x22 8 a 9 -
ScoCh..A." 8 Lake Dunimore:
Sidney&Pictou 8 a 8 50 9xllal0xl2.. 2 75 a 25$
Sbton...." a -- '- 0x4at2xI7.. 4 26 a 4 50
irglnia. 8 a 9 t2xl8al1x21.. 4 75 ak 500
&nthr., 2m.lb.7 50 a -- l3x20a24xSO.- 5 0 a 6 00
COCOA-lb. N. Y. Cyl 7x9 2 78 a .8 -
taraccas.... 12 a 14 8x40al2.. 2 75 a 8 -
Trinidad.... 7 a- 8 10X14.... 3 25 a 8 50
Ctuayaquil. 5ja 6 GRAIN- -Bushe.
Para ........ 8a- -- Wheat, N.H -- a 1 371
it. Domingo 7ja 8 Do. Genesee.- a -
COf FEE-lb. Do.Virginia. 1 36 a 1 40
ocnaa...... 7- 12 a 184 Do. N. C.... 1 30 a 1 371
lava........ II a 1 B8ye, N.61b. -82 a*- 83
Port Blico.. I1 a- 12 C,rn, y.N.do.- 87 a -
Laguira..... It a 12 Do. white do.- 86 a -87
Cuba. ...... -4O a -- 12 Do.South do. 84 a 8
Brazil....... 10ta 12 Barley, N. R.-- a -
St. Domingo -- 9j% -- Ot Oats, N. & S.- 37 a 47
COPPE _--lb. Beans, pr.tc 15 a 16 -
Iheathing... 241a Peas,wht dry-- a 8 -
Braziers.... 27 a 28 blackeyed a -
Pig......... a 18 GUNPOWDER-lb.
Old ....... 17 a 176 American..... 325 a 5 75
Bolts....... 25 a 26 English......- a 75
Foreign..... 9 a 10 Russia,clean 210 a215 -
American1... la-- 14 Mlanilla..... 145- als5 -
Bale Rope 7 a -'i0SisaL....... a140 -
CORIBE-Ib. -Am. dew rot. a --
Velvet...... 30 a 40 HIDES-lIb.
Common.... 10 a 30 Rio G. &B.A.- 14ja 15
Phial....... o a 12 Brazil........- 12 a -
COTTON-lb. Do. wetsalted- a, -
Now Orleans 91 a. 14 Oronocow...- 3 a 14
Alabama.... -9 a 14 W. I. & Sot'n- 6 a 9
Florla..... -91 a 13 E. I. Buffalo.-6 -a 9
Dpland..... -O-13 a 11S 8.A.-H. pe.. 1 50 a 2 -
rennessee a -a- HONEY-gal
COTTON BAGGING-yd Havana......- 59 a 60
Hemp. .. 16 a 21 HOPS-Ib.
Flax.......- 14 a 18 First sort, '38- 16 a 16
Do. American- a 22 HORNS-per 100 lbs.
DIaPERS-piece. Ox & Cow... 3 a 9 -
Russia, broad 2 6 a 2 124 INDIGO--b.
DOMESTIC GOODS. Bengal........ 95 a 2 46
Shirt'g,bwn, -- 5 a- 7 Manrlla...... 10o a 1 40
---bwn, i- 4 a- 8 Caraccas...... 25 a 1 65
----bd d...- 7a A- gSi mala.... 1 45 a 1 85
s. I.. -- 10 a 12 I N.-.-ton.
sheet'g,bno4.4- 8 a !0 Pig,En. % Sc.37 50 a 40 -
Do. lo. 5.4 12 a 15 Am Eto. as a 37 60
bleached 4.4 10 a 16 Do. com. 30 a 32 50
Do. 5.4- 13 a 16 'Bar......... a115
Calicosbl.yd- 10 a 14 rolled... 95 a 97 O50
- fancy..-- 7 a 20 Bus. P. S. a115 -
laids.......-- 7 a 10 N. S..... 110 a -
Stripes,ft.col. 7 a 10 Swedes.... loo al02 50
Fustians.....-- 40 a 25 Eng com. 82 50 a 85 -
Satinets......- 40 a 1 25 Do. do. r.. 100- a105 -
Cbeckb,4-4..- 9 a 14 Sheet, E&A.. -6 a 6
Ct.Yrn,aO--20 a -- Hoops...... 6 25 a 675
Do.No.I .a 13- 21 a aIVORY.-lb.
Dc.No.L4alS- 22 a 24 Ivory,prime, L,- a 1 60
Do. No. 19 .. 25 a Under 201b.-60 a 85
Satinet Warp 5 a JUNIPER BERRIES.
DRUGS AND DYES-Ih. JuniperBer..Ib. -a 3
aloet, Cape,.-14 a 18 LEAD-lb.
Alum......-- a 6 Pgoe.,.....- 5- a 6
Aim.to......-- 95 a -- Bar......- 7 a --.
Antimony, cr.-- 5 a 6j Sheet ......- 7 a 7
Antimony reg.- 16 a IS Oled.......- 6a -
bssafe.tida...-- 10 a- 18 LEATHER-lb.p
Bal. Capivi ..- 40 a 65 Soale ,....- 21 a 2i--
B9t4.-otlUa- 3mix =-t o avpqhw ,oc. St1
1limstoneromll-& a 4AIIdde do....- Ja 211
D,,.florsulp.- 4 a 4 Heavy.......- ]ia 19
Do. crude,ton 55 a 60 Damaged....- )6ja 18
Borax.......- 18 a 211 LUMBER-Yard prices.
himphr, crde- 52 a 55 Boards,M.tt. 35 a 40 -
)9.ref. lb....-- 74 a 75 Do. Box, Mft.l3 a 15 -
Cantharldes.. 1 5 a 1 10 Do. East.Pine6 a 20 -
Coehineal 1 40 a 1 45 Do.Albanydo- 16 a 19
Copperas....-- a 2t Plank, Geo..30 a 35 -
Cream Tartar- a 17 Gr'd Is.W.O.-- 55 a 80
Dragons' Bl'd- 35 a I Head'gW. 0.60 a -
Es. Bergamot 8 a Sta's,W.O p55 a 65 -
Es. Lemon... 2 a hhd. 38 a 45 -
Ginseng..... 43 a 45 bbl...34 a 87 -
Gum Arabic .- 35 a 50 R. O. hld..35 a -
-- Shellac..- 16 a 22 Hoops.......35 -- a 30 -
--Copal,sc 22 a 26 Scant'lg, Pmnel7 a 20 -
,--Benjamln- 25 a -SO 30 Do Oak 35 a 40 -
-- Senegal..- 134a 14 Timber, Oak,- 30 a 37
Ipecacuana.. 45 a 50 Do Geo. Y. P.,- 40 a 45
Jalaproot ....- 36 a 38 Shingles, Cy. 12 a 15 -
Lac Dye.....- 24 a Do.do.22in. 4 60 a -
Licorice, Sp..- 12ja 16 Do. Cedar.- a 25 -
Madder,Ombr- 10 a 16 Do. Comp'y30S a -- -
Manna, flake- 65 a 95 MAHOGANY-foot
Manna, sorts.- a 45 St. Domingo .- 14 55
Nutgals.....- 22 a 23 iHonduras...... 6 a ,'- 14
OilVitriol....- 2ia-- 2f | MOLASSES-- al.
OitCastor,gal 1 e2ja 1 75 N Orleans...- 35 a 36
OilPeppermniitS 7J a 4 'P.R.&St.C...- 33 a 38
Opium, Turk. 3 a 3 50 jTrinidad, C..- 33 i 84
--Egyptian a 3 25 Mart. & Gau. 28 a 30
Otto Rose'oz 4 a 4 25 'Hay &Mat..- 29 a 30
Quicksilver.. 1 -a 1 24 Eng. Islands.- 30 a 31
Rhubarb, E.1.- 15 a 86 MUSTARD.-
S-go. Pearl..- a English, Ib..- 16 a 80
Saleratus....-- 74a Dobot.doz.- 25 a 33
Sars'a,Hon..- 25 a 26 American, Ib.- 25 a 33
Senna,Alex..- 23 a 25 Do. bot.doz..- a -
- E.India 5 a 6 NAILS--Ib.
Sugar ofLead 144a 15 Cut, 4da40d.- a 6j
Sulphquln.oz 35 a 3d.......- 7 a- 8
TartAcid, Ib.- a 43 2d......- 8 a- 9
Verdilris....- 26 a 27 Wrought....- 124a 15
Vitrioi, Blue a 9 NAVAL STORES-
DUCK- Tar......... 2 37a 2 50


NEW YOBK. York Bank .......... li
New York City Bauks... par DELiWAR1;
Brooklyn City banks......io All Banks In the Sate ...
AlbanyCity sank........ ds MAYLAND
Bank ot A!baniy..........do Union Bank, Baltimore ....
Bank of Troy............ dth Baltimore Banks ........-.
Bank of B ffalo........ J Mineral B., Cumberland..
Bank ofAbuin.......... d All others i, the Sate......
Bank of Chenango ...... do Djsra8CT oF CoLUB s1a.
Bank of Genesee-......... do Bank of the Metropolis,
Bank ot Geneva.......... do Washington ............ 2
BankofIthaca-...........do Far. and Mech. Bank,
Bank of Rochester....... do Georgetown ............
Bank of Monroe..........do Other Banksin the Die-.....
Bank ot Orleans..........do CONNECTICU..
Bank of Utica and Bran's.do Exchange Bank ........d.
Bank of Whitehall.......do Phoe.ix Bank .......- ..
Bank of Home........... do Hartford Baiik ......".-
Bank of New)urg.......pat Far. & Mechanics, Bank..
Bar, k ofOrange Co...... Jod Connectict- Rir. Bk. Co. ..
Bank ol Poughkeepsie...par Middlesex Co. nk....
Broome County Bank.... Bds New Lon
Bank or Lansinbu-...... I No
'aiikT Salin".' .... ;d Stehdltow B, nk.. *
Catskill Bal .-...-par Middletown Bank".
COanalBank.... ........jdsi Meriden Bank.......
Cayuga County Bank.... j Mystic Bank.....* ....
CeptraJ Bank............ do All others in the State....,
Cnatauque County Bank..do RHO DE ISLAnD,
Chemung County Bank..do Scituate Bank ........
Commercial Bank. Buff..do Lime Rock Bank .........
Commercial Bank, Alb...do Kent ank.........---
Commercial Bank, Osw..do Warren Bank-.."..........
Clinton County Bank..,do New Ergland Pacific...
Dutchess County Bauk..par Rhode Island Central .....
Essex County Bank....... | All others in the State .....
Farmers & Manufactur. AMsaacHvsse tTs
ers' Bank ,Po'keepsie. .pr Cbelsea Bank..... .broke,
Farmers' Bank, Troy.... d Nahant Bank,LTynn..brokes
Herkimer County Bank.jsa Commonwealth Bank ...do
Highland Bk, (under$20).do Franklin Bank, Boston...do
Hudson River Bankd......do Lafayette Bank .........do
Jefferson Co. Bank.......do All others in the State,,.. j
Kingston Bk, Ulster Co...do V O~O "
Lewis County Bank...... do Bank of Bennington......
Livingston County Bank..do Bank of St Albans ......I1
LockportBank ...........do Bank of Manchester..... do
Madison County Bank... I Essex Bank .......... dcia
Mechanics and Farmers, Allothers in the State .....,
Bank, Albany.........do INEW HBatPHra
Merchants and Mechatn Cheshire Bank.........
ics' Bank, Troy........do(All Bainks in the State....,j
Mohawk ................ do MAINE.
Montgomery Co Bank.... do All Banks in the State ....
N Y. State Bank, Albany.do VIaGINUa.
Onondaga County Bank.. .do Bankof Va. and Branches sj
Otsego County Bank-.... do Far. Bk of Va. and Br's..
Ogdensburg Bank........do Bk.ot theValley and Br's.2
Ontario Bank and Bran's.de N. W. Bank of Virginia,
Oswego Bank ............do Wheel...
Rocliester City Bank.....do Mer. & Mechanics Ban.g
Sacketts' Harbor Bank....- Wheeling-.......... 4
Seneca County Bank.. .parl NORTH CAROLNA.
Steuben County Bank....,do'State Bank and Branches.. 4
Schenectady Bank....... doNewbern and (,.Fear Bk.. 4
Saratoga County Bank...do_ SOUTH CAROLIIIA
Tanners' Bank......... do Charleston Ba iks .....,
Troy City Bank ...........do( GORGAl,
Ulster County Bank......do(Bank of Augusta .......... 6
Waynf Co-inty Banki....do State Bank, Savannah.....6
Westchestei County Bank. I Planters' Bank, Sav..
YaLes County Bank....... if Bank ofDarien.......... .
Newark Banks, $5 and Mobile Bank ...........
upward........... de Tombectle Bank......
Far.& Mech.Bank, Rah- FLORIDA.
way, $5 and upward .... do Southern Life Insurance
Trenton Banking Co. $5 and Trust Co........
"and upward ............. Bank of Pensacola .........
State Bank at Morris ....4uis Bank of Florida...........
Princeton Bank-.......... j Central Bank of Florida....
Morris Canal, $5 and Com. Bank of Florida....
upward...............par Union Bank of Florida
State Bank at N. Bruns- and Branches....... ,
wick, $5 and upward...do LOUISIANA. wa.
Far. and Mech. Bank at New Orleans Banks....,, 6
N B ................dis. Mississippi
Cumbr'ld Bank, Bridge. Natchez Bank.........
ton ............... .....Planters' Bank. Natchez..
Mount Holly, Bank-....... KKXTUCKx
Sussex Bank, under$10 .... Bank of Louisville.. 7
State Bank, Elizabeth- Bank of Kentucky ........ 7
ttbwn, under $5............ Northern Bank of Ken.... 7
Union Bank, Dover........ OHIO.
People's Bank, Paters .. Bank of Cleveland7.... 7
Paperson Bank, do, un Bank of Massillon........ 7
%rF$10................ Bank ot'Sandusky ........ 7
Com'l Bank, under $10...- Bank of Chilicothe........ 7
Salem Bank'ngCo.......... Bank of Marietta....... 7
New Hope LI. Bridge Co.2j Bank of Zanesville......7. 7
State Bank at Candlen..... C:ljnton Bank ........... 7
PENXNYLVANIA. Commercial Bank.... 7
Philadelphia Banksdas.....1 Com. Bank of Lake Erie 7
Bank of Chambersburg... % Franklin Bank......... 7
Bank of Chester County...j Franklin Bank, of Col.... 7
Bank of Delaware County.do Lancaster Ohio Bank......7
Bank of Germantown... .do Lafayette Bank- ---.

SHOT-lb. Ladyt Twist.- 25 a 80
Patent.......-- a-- 8 Cavendish..... t Wa 25
'Buck........- a- 86 T"ORTOISBE SHElL
SOAP-lh. Tortoise Shell oa -- -
N.Y. brown.-- 6 a 6f TWINE-lb.
Cabtile.......- I22a 1a; Seine........- 24 a 29
SPICES-lb. Sewing......- 80 a -t 3X'
Cassia.......- 15 a India ........ 17 -
Cloven........ -25 a WHlALEBONE-I 6.
Ginger,race,-- 6 a Slab.........- 19 a- 20
Do.around ....- 6 a 10 WJINES-gaL
Nutmegs... 95 a 1 Madeira..... I a 8-
Pepper.......- tj a -- Sherry......- 60 a. S -
Pimento, Jam-- 6 a 7' Canary......- 70 a 1 0
SPIRITS-gal. renr'ffe,L.P... 76 a 80
O.,D.&Co...l 2ja 175 Do.caroo....- 4 a 60
Rochelle.....- a 1 421 Sicily Mad...- 48 a 68
Brandy,Bor.. I 35 a L 44, Malaga,dry,.- 80 a 83
Hum,Ja.4th.p I 25 a 1 60 Do. sweet....- 31 a 8
Do.Si.Cr.3l.p. I a 1 05 CI.ret,cask..l a 25.
Do.W.Isl ad.p 7 a 50 Do. bot. drz.. I R7Ja 4 -
Do.N 0. Istp-4- 40 a Pon, gal.....-60 a 2 -
Do.N.kng.do. 9 a 40 Lisbon.......- 60 a 60.
Gin, Ho' 1t p 1 '2 a 1 15 ara.bad...-- 3 a -
Meder'sSwan I I4a Catalonia ...- 30 a -. 46
,Do. Lion-..... I 06 a -- WOOL-lb.
Do. Pine App.. 08 a 1 10 Saxony.flaeee-. 65 1 6
Do. Wheelb'd I 03 a Mer.Anj.fl...- 80 a 65
Do. Hourgl'ss I 04 a Do.pulled.... -- 45 a .
Do.Phenlx... 1 83 a 1 0 OQommon....- 8ia 40
Do. Imperial.- 94 a 1 00 Pulled.suDer.-- 5V a 85
Kup&.counry,- 44 a 62 Ds.No.I.....-43 a 4
Wit3rkey,Rye- 36 a 36 Do.No.$.....- 30 a 40
Cider Brandy.- a Do.No.S.... -- a -
German...... 10a 13 in plates-.....- 4 a- -
iniglshl, hoop- 13 a 13i FREIGHTS.
Spring........- 7 a 7j Liverpool: Sterling
Trieste, boxes- 61a -7 d. i. d
American....- -a 0 Cotton-lb.... j -a 6 16
SUGARS-lb Tobacco, hd.- a -
Brit.Island...- 61 a 7j Plaxseed,tc.. a -
St.Croix ..... i a 1 Naval stores. 2 a 2 9
'New Orleans. a & 7F 'lour......... 2 a -
Havana white- 11 l2i To Havre
Do. brown...- 71a S 8Coton, lb.... I a- 1
Do. Nluscova.-- 6 a Sj Ashes, ton...$8 a 10 -
PortoRico....- 6ja 81 Rice .........- a 10 -
Brazil,white.- 9ja 0lot SEAMENS, WAM5~It,
Do.orown....- a with smallstores.
Manilla, bwn.- 7 a 9t To Europe,permo 15 a .,
Lump.......- 14 a ls W.lndi' &N.C1...51 a
Loaf... ..- a 1i Coasting ....._.....16 -
SUMAC-ton. E Indies......... 12 a -
Sicily........70 a 72 50 7ruth America.... 14 a
Trieste...... b5 .- a 40 EXCHANGE,
American ....30 a iill. on London 60 days algf
TAI.LOW-lb I sterling.... 64 84 a $4 88
Foreign......-- 11 a 12 Fiance...... 5 20 a -
Amecri:an....- 1lIa 12 -olland, gull.. 401. -401
TEAS-lb. Hamb'g, M.B .... sdea 86
Imperial.....- 55 a l Bremen, Pixdlol Eta Wt
Gunpowder..- .i a I Bosto.n, at sight..par a n '&
Hyson.......- 42 90 Phlld'a do... a dis
Y. Hyson ...- 42 a 9') Balinimore..do... a aii
H.Skin...... 25 a 50 Ricbmond..do... 1 a ijdh
Soachong....-- 20 a 35 N.Carolina.do... 2 a--dil
Bohea.......- 17 a 21) Charleston.do... 4 a 5 die
TIN-lb SavannahL.do... 5 a 6 dis
Block,.A......- 16 a N.Orleanii.do.. 4j a 6 die
Do. E. India.- 21 a 'American Gold. 7 -- pr.
In pitsIx bz.10 a Do. new coin ... a I pn
TOuACCO-lb. Portuguese gold par a -pm
Rh'd&Petsb'g-- 10 a 15 Sovereigns... 4 86 a
N. Caiolia..- 9 a 14 Heavy Gu'as. 4 95 a 5
Kentucky....- III a is panish dols..-- 4 a 4 pn
Cuba..........- 15 a 22 i;arolu..do..-- a S6pm
St. Domingo..- 8I a 23 \lexican.do..- IA a upm
Manuf. No. 1,-- 20 a 23 ;ive Ir. pieces. 93fa 94 cti
Do. No. 2....- 17 a -- 19 UouDloons....i6 a 16 80
Do. No. 3....- 1. a 16 Do Patriot..l 6i a 15 7o

Teas-A catalogue, comprising 8753 packages of the
importation per London, was yesterday offered by tsU-
tion, but the larger portion' withdi-awn, 3P91 pck2ae
only being disposed of, as followd::-Y4ou ig Hy -
a 78t, (with -a few cases at $1 rl Hyston, 37 at'
(with a few cases at $1 06;) -Hyson Skin, 31 S ;
Souchong, 27; Pouchong, 40 a 58; Gwapw&r Ba
Imperial, 47 a 54; and 100 boxes Impenrial .L I. :6 .:
cents, on the usual credit of 6 months. TI $a.i^bS




7-~- ~L-"2 LILclr*Y YYLL 1__ i~p~WI ~i~l~~

'Irm ramliln IN~I~~7 IM




W80 do New Orleaws, 10 a 13, rm'rjo
at 14 a 14j; 500 de Florida, ft
biie,.10a 131 cenlts. The
Georgia 49 bale. Total impj iu
bales. Export, froG st tto lit
Export from the United States, e I I *
1,058,944; same time last year .l0T,= ,M f; i
year before, 1,141,874. ,
Domestic Goods-7Ther"rxt cnQl 'i
demand for most descriptions, and bain'tod. -
creasing. Prices also, 'e well 'wT1 .
port,from 1st to llth Septembt r:. .I-'
II packages. -."
Diug a nd Dyer-We haveo any to naoi"'*i
33 bales Jlap, at 32J cents, less 3 pew ^a. '
11 casks Red Argpls, 10 ceta, 6 80e.; dtL m
Sulphur,4k cents, 6 mos. -
Dewuoods-The demand is yet
ally, and we have only to note
racaibo Fustic, at $18, on time.' h
kinds remaining in fist hands u
F.sA-'Thd marks c
change, though it mafbe e '*A:
our last report. The sales .of 0t>'
at our quotations, mid but few r 40ein 4
The demand for Mackerel still coz tiL A&,
or four cargoes have been readily tak"Mp up'.
tions, comprising all that have arrived s'
No. 1, $14,50 a$14,75; No. 8, $l '1,O
$7 a $_7,25; and some pa p eb-oceh' f,.M wafi
sold for $11,12j. Simoed Sl.oa are'
mand ; sales, 17 a 18 cents per ll .O)a4
are without change. ..
Flour and Meal-There'yet ntuep. .a
same extreme activity noticed in our ltt ad
extending merely to parcels as ranted for .
domestic use. Of Wester,; the A.eeidm ,
derate -for the season, have c'ntiuo
the early period of the preceding week
further deduction of 25 cents r f hL ehit
since our last. Southern is alo tn ftui m
though in this, the business has bee .i I
tablish any m 'ad l decline: the sales O qn e l
mon brands;aaCuit $6 50; good sadi i ..
a $6 75; edommon brands of OhiA via.,i
$650 for the best; and Geoa li, Wtrt I B -
more Howard street is alo offering at the ,Wfbf
these rates. For Rye Flour we hare *lAJaduI d ur
quotation to $4 50, being 25 @tepts low:h ti j f"
Corn Meal, in barrels, continues at t4; ,xan i., om
1st to 1lth September-Wheat Flmo, .69BAinr.
Fruit-The- market still continues inactive, aad
since our last we have noparticular transactions to no-
Grain- rNothing further has been d&aae Wheat,
of which a few parcels remain in itrkeet-jid. Of
Rye, the receipts of Northern hWvber n mo
extensive, occasiuing a triflu.mc. a ianm ir
sales were made at 83 a 84-ca e fg 1 ;h aiB
further receded: Nbrthern .wre o A -A i
Southern at about 33; and Jereymat 41 M004.t*
supply of SAohthn Co htX *_ tig w n ,
for the demand, 'prices flai^ daete fyi
forthis desenrit, l i a
extent at 75 b
pears to 6e0.l% 4j ;r
:*Yellow'Waisibide at eents. lw y f.
port, from Isto llth September-CorI, a. ., ,.
hfides-The markWet is again ef' df6 i
scriotonB of Sote Let rf i jbkk : widaaIig^ *
cents, 6 moi. w
Lead-We have only to notice firtheuYE*^ iIr
pigs Missouri, at 5j cents, 6 nm ..' .
Molasses.--The market for this article e-ra,
without variation, and supplies appear t. be, dsimg
in rather freely, especially fom Eastern ports. a&
to the trade were made ftbout 400 lbhdB. Portb
'at 33a371; and 50 -do. .aloupe, at'30aI c-ptton
the usual time. "
Naval Stores.-In the aesene4 of sUpnlir*, the mar
ketiemains very quiet. We quotaeTar 3?j-kbonk.
small parcels would commanu at an dvance fa i rOp.
; Os.--The sale of 1300 barrels Whale Bfr emtir "
tion, noticed in our last, was made at 30 o-eCtt,%-
at which rate 500 barrels in addition were 1 sdr
shipment, at- about the same time. T
for Linseed has again become unzarusu irtigr:te
thoughprices arewithout essential vainatien' Isaieto
small extent of English nly, were made Watl4wd.lt t
cash. Olive is steady in price, with a fair tetd 'a
further sale, embracing 50 qr. casks, was node n t 96,
cents, on 6 months' credit. Of Palm, salesof 20caO u-
were also made at 9j cents, 4 mos.
Plaster of Paris-The receipts have been consder-
able, but all taken up -readily at :$3,50 a $624 per
ton, cash. .
Provisions-The market still continues extreieIly
inactive, the sales scarcely extending beyond tse up
plies necessary for the city trade, and shipping.tre '
harbor. We retain throughout the previous aeat*
tions, which, under present circumstntmoe,-at mW.
ever, only be considered nominal, and' as bhai"--- ..
ference to a very limited amount of bqiiness. -k.
port, from 1st to Ilth September, Beef B.'i Port'
50 brls., Lard 231 kegs. -
Rice-There continues the same dulnis ptevittI',
noticed for this article, the demand scarcely fYt az'.
tending'beyond the wants for home use.
Salt-We notice the sale of an invoice of 230-aks ,
Liverpool, partly Ashton's, on terms not tr opied
Spices-We notice sales to the trade of 250 baeg
Sumatra Pepper, at 9 a 94 Cents, 6 mos.; and 10 0do.
Jamaica Pimento, at 54 cents, cash. .
Spirits-Of Brandy, ie notice sale of 50 hf. irpe.
Bonnemort & Becker, at $1 274, on the usual time.
In Holland Gin and Foreign Rum., we ave no further :
transactions or variation particularly .-to notice; do.-
mestic descriptions also are in butlittle request : sai.
of New England Rlum in hhds. are making at 38 cnt, :
4 months; and barrels vary from 39 to 40, albo with
time. Whiskey is heavy, though for the presenter dbi.
not alter our quotations. ,-
Sugars-The animated demand noticed ia-otr hat;"
hasduring the past two dyis very eonridtbisTmutiid-
ed for all descriptions. T'Ahe sales eompris fot f
hhds.Porto Rico at 7 a84, with some st8 ; 10 do.
St. Croix, 9 a 9*; 50 do. Cuba Muscovado, 7; O dke
Martinique, 6# a 7; 30Gdo. New Orleans, 6 a 7; about
1000 boxes Brown H.vana, (400 for exportation,) 7I
a 84; and 150 do. White, 11 l1, with soume t ll
cents, on the usual time. By auction yesterday, -
hhds. Muscovado, 64 a 7j cents, cash; 50 do. *N Or-
leans, 64 a 68 cents, 3 a 4 months.

tieromf t &#Bote. Daily Advetiaer.]
OUR ... JIM,'S fiPE H. '6r
n rsp ozVt..tbt-psech of Governr
~attta~l. at the'dJijS~ir~ entabler on thie
Si tti o the S Centennial Anniversary
tof the settlueaeM tiat 'town, has been made at
our req ."ue .' 'V 't"
'& TO(t,^l~i)L 3 T.O

iret planWd in the snows ofD member, the, second
in the scorching heat of June. Both united under
Ope Governor m 1692. In the eloquent language
..,I 4he poeaiut ChiefMsagistrate-
.r. '4. Here on the spi where New England began
.-#b1e, we come in our prosperity, to remeaajr their
.-trls, and to learn of our Pilgrim Fathers: -rdeep
an 't4ing lesson of virtue, 'enter rize,1pat&ince,
zea d Wfaith."
Mr.President, I rise in obedierce to. your call,
to respond to the toast which has justbenypoo-
sd. I feel gratified, thatny2;^aguoae ofinine
wu ben -thought appropriate, to exprb the feel-
Sigs whacb Ie'am:sure are coiinon to us all on this
S.ccaiio--feelings of venerationa gratitudee for
o r Pilgrim Fathers." I so, that I ex-
Spress the sentiments of every,"I of this im-
.W, saoompany, when I inc- this tribute of
respect and affection, those e talent, noble-heart-
ed women, the MOTHERS of Plymouth and Massa-
.chusetts, who bore tlhiVull share of the hardships
and lictdions of the &ii,Pmte..t. The sphere
of the wonah is dome .S_ .iS._- not commonly
called to the performant1% he 4"dties which figure
on the pap of history. U-w li. can doubt that,
amidst the wants and dangief bf the period .ye cel-
Sebrate ;-Qnuer the pressure of that extremnity of
Foituue to whicb the colonists were reduced,-
th grim and gaunt poverty, which more than once,
Nlem. of the famished wolves of the wilderness
,ara them, forced its way over the threshold of
th*r pgrisl---the task which devolved upon wives,
i9uts, ad darghtis,--the task of making a des-
titute bome cobifortable and a weary life tolerable,
-;the iak of ministering to the sick and performing
the I"t offices to'the departed,-was to the full as
'sevr as that of the men who bore the hardships
of the field and faced the savage foe.
: f eel most happy, Sir, in being present at this
celebration. I cannot for myself, it is true, lay
claim to a direct relationship with any part of the
Old Colony. My fathers, from the first settlement
of Massachusetts proper, rest beneath the soil which
thay tilled for six generations, in the village of Ded-
ham, in the nearest adjoining county. But you
will not wonder, if, on this occasion, and especially
beste a company graced by so large an attendance
. ibeh ladie of the Old Colony, Iam disposed to
boaUt, that a portion of that pure Cape blood, which
Wantles in so many lair cheeks around this board,
$vx in the veinmi o my better half at home. If I
m p i n "togo a step farther, Mr. President,
, # i you have happily called this a Family Par-
* ty, b indulged in another allusion to family mat-
tit^I would add, that I have four hopeful scions
partaking of a true, honored, Barnstable stock, of
* .ichi I opb you will not think the worse for being,
iftgrae4 upon a. ammd, though humble, Massachu-
tMs truhk. I shall feel Mnost happy, Sir,-proud
as they will be of their Old Colomy loeage,-if they
hTeI gjrow up to the possession of the sterling vir-
:wv which have in alltiresb haracterized its sons,
WiA tle maidenly charms and-matronly graces of its
daaghte*, Sure I am, that i4 on the great voyage
ofre, A i children hall take their departure from,
S"ti pr e of d Plymouth Rock, and steer by the
dMd Cp Cod compass of industry and probi-
M; e-*INO '" weather or foul` they will lay a
it eOrme, and, if I may t iunmpropriety
fi3 gure'a* Ie rv begun, codad to'an anchor-
,e F .A At the atdC G ood Hope in the Divine

SSir, I did not need associations of this kind
(thoh I value them,) to give me a deep sympathy
with the feelings awakened by this occasion. I
regard all these historical celebrations as highly in-
teresting and important. I have attended many of
them, and always with the highest satisfaction. I
love to "se the dust swept from the graves of our
father.. lovela see the talent and patriot feeling
of the eration employed as we
h~ V~ like Old Mortality in the
aer W deeper the inscrip-
t os Blii1 mosgrown moments. I do not
-tldw how theI fk l before and after,
m ete 2^ :tf~~..rtc can be bet-
'tt elCBloved, than' nHRravto jrateful rcdel-

'4of't)a hdy, Sir, nd i the
g a lig ht but not unpleasant
tML &I.aVe taken step to have a copy
SCompat .Charter, and Laws of the
.^ .-iceAitptbiahd by order of the
r b tOger uth a copy of the splendid
eht f the noble harbor where the May-flower
amt eaae to n "cht; lately. executed by the engi-
105. .o the STUit ",d Sta, suitably prepared for
niuVOIin uth.e hope that they will be lqed. ipMteteet by those -who shall be
Sibis I apa t,' at the third Centennial Cele-
,II.|l uOi b Wii had them ii readiness to
'iil & ndP't tih you to my fellow-
.tIf th f 'i time; but I have
t p lt c witapoes. beyond my
'*firt't be wanted till the 3d of
~qppooM there is no great harry.
To Ulm l before the end of the

Slii 'ri. Str;ta whik I have been invited
Oe,~iies tfa e respect the sufferings
'ef Tthe Old Colony and Massachu-
.-AAKsris'i4 l depth of winter,-the latter
fitci .*ia "ea tou of June. All seasons, I
*, ~was a'l."l stms boisteron., all shores in-
Spl eik ctod n and heart-stricken fugi-
i.-wjt iasdm sead to reflect, that, of that por-
jitBii W Iatop's party, who passed the
of 41if* eat' on one of the heights of
o' 4h*Plymouth settlers, who
49d upo the hill which over-
:that place, ia the dreadful win-
**kNNIs, inr the course of the
TO.iNl|Ur' tiir.tbf ffrii It
Se dite, on this occasion,
rbrMJH. :rjAllutji 'f ofteir9emB of asuachu-

-the firt settim of
P K Oy eight il teao s d in
T.lir ik.Uai with Mr. Robin-
r9 o.reminat -
of ii fir mt crop ti 161,
'fSI^ l^^^1^'in f tmqow in
of mernolLfe, WiOO
nw of tin hardshipr
golBfrllr which drove


fortable dwellings along the line of the s~re and in
your well-inhabited streets spoke a welcome to the-
piair; no steepe po=w&d thaeimusic of SMb6ath-!
morn into the ear of the fugitive for conscience's "
.sake. Primeval wildnes and native desolation
brood over sea aI land; and from the 9th of No-
vember, when, after a most calamitous voyage, the
SMayfl wer firat -evaq:.to anchor- in,Proviptetctri
harbor, to the ei of December, th,/entife mile
portion o the company was occupied, for the great-
"puart of everyay, and often by night as well as
day, in exploring'the coast and seeking a place of
rest, amidst phrils from the savages, from the un-
known shore, and the elements, which it makes
one's heart bleed to think upon.
Butthis dreary waste, which we thus contemplate
in imagination, and which they traversed in sad
reality, is a chosen land. It is a theatre upon
which an all-glorious drama is to be enacted. On
this frozen soil,- driven from the ivy-grown
churches of their mother land,-escaped alas from
those loathsome prisons, which were so touchingly
described by the eloquent orator of the day,-the
meek fathers of a pure church will lay the spiritual
basements of their temple. Here on the everlast-
ing rock of liberty they will establish the foundation
of a free State. Beneath this ungenial wintry
sky, principles of social right, institutions of civil
government, shall germinate, in which what seemed
the Utopian dreams of visionary sages are to be
more than realized.
But let us contemplate, for a moment,. the in-
struments, selected by Providence, for this political
and moral creation. However unpromising the
field of action, the agents must correspond with
the excellence of the work. The time is truly
auspicious. England is well supplied with all the
materials of a generous enterprise. She is in the
fill affluence of her wealth of intellect and cha-
racter. The age of Elizabeth has passed, and has
garnered up its treasures. The Age of the Com-
monwealth, silent and unsuspected, is ripening to-
ward its harvest of great men. The Burleighs
and Cecils have sounded the depths of statesman-
ship; the Drakes and Raleighs have run the whole
round of chivalry and adventure ; the Cokes and
Bacons are spreading the light of their master,
minds through the entire universe of philosophy
and law. Out of a generation of which men like
these are the guides and lights, it cannot be diffi-
cult to select the leaders of any lofty undertaking;
and through their influence to secure to it the pro-
tection of royalty. But, alas for New England;-
No, sir, happily for New England-Providence
works not with human instruments. Not many
wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not
many noble, are called. The stars of human great-
ness, that glitter in a court, are not destined to
rise on the lowering horizon of' the despised
Colony. The feeble Company of pilgrims is not
to be marshalled by gartered statesmen nor
mitred prelates. Fleets will not be despatched
to convoy the little band, nor armieslto protect it.
Had there been honors to be worn, or pleasures
to be enjoyed, or plunder to be grasped, hungry
courtiers,jmid-summer friends,g odless adventurers
would have eaten out the heart of the enterprise.
Silken Buckinghams and Somersets would have
blasted it with their patronage. But safe amidst
their unenvied perils, strong in their inoffensive
weakness, rich in their untempting poverty, the
patient fugitive are permitted to pursue unmo-
lested the thorny paths of tribulation,; and landed
at last on the unfriendly shore, the hosts of God
in the frozen mail of December, encamp around
the dwellings of the just :
Stern famine guards the stormy coast,
And winter barricades the realms of frost.
While Bacon is attuning the sweetest strains of
his honied eloquence, to seothe the dull ear of a
crowned pedant; and his great rival only less ob-
sequious, is on his knees to deprecate the royal
displeasure, the Sfuture founders of the new repub-
lic beyond the sea are training up for their illus-
trious mission, in obscurity, hardship, and weary
exile in a foreign land.
And now-for the fulness of time is come-let
us go up once more, in imagination, to yonder hill,
and look out upon the November scene. That sin-
gle dark speck, just discernible through the per-
spective glass, on the waste(of waters, is the fated
vessel. The storm moans 'through her tattered
canvass, as she creeps, almost sinking, to her an-
chorage in Provincetown harbor, and there she lies
with all her treasures, not of silver and gold, (for of
these she has none,) but of courage, of patience, of
zeal, of high spiritual daring. So often as I dwell
, in imagination on this scene; when I consider.the
: condition of the May-flower, utterly incapable as
Sshe was of living through another gale; when I
survey t. erible front presented by our coast to
,L S unacquainteded with its chawnels3
ilH', fidrBs.g nRd^larpproac ohjL the stormy
season, I dare not call it a mere bf good for-
tune, that the general North arid' Sc-i wall of the
shores of New England should be' broken by this
extraordinary projection of the Cape, running out
into the ocean a hundred miles, as, if on purpose,
to receive and encircle the precious vessel. As I
now see her, freighted with the destinies of a con-
tinent, barely escaped from the perils of the deep,
approachiug the shore precisely where the broad
sweep of this most remarkable headland presents
almost the only point at which, for hundreds of
miles, she could with any ease have made a harbor,
and this, perhaps, the very best on the sea-board, I
feel my spirit raised above the sphere of mere na-
tural agencies. I see the mountains of New Eng-

land rising from their rocky thrones. They rush
forward into the ocean, settling down as they ad-
vance ; and there they range themselves a mighty
bulwark around the heaven-directed vessel. Yes,
the everlasting God himself stretches out the arm
of hip mercy and his power in substantial manifes-
tation, and gathers the meek company of his wor-
shippers as in the hollow of his hand.
Within that poor tempest-tost vessel, there lay
on the Ilth of November, 1620, a moral treasure
of value wholly inappreciable ; faintly conceived
of by us its immediate inheritors, after two hun-
dred years' possession ;-principles of social and
moral growth and improvement, which for ages to
come will not be developed in all their virtue and
efficacy. the relay, scarcely organized, the elements
of a pure democracy. On that day, the first writ-
ten Constitution of popular government was drawn
up and signed, by the People assembled in Con-
vention for that purpose. Cycles of human history
may pass, before events of equal importance to
humanity shall recur. And what a disaster to the
general cause of freedom and truth, had this ves-
sel and all she contained been lost Embattled
navies might contend and go down. Foundered
galleons might pave the green floors of the|ocean
with ingots of silver and gold, and the next gene-
ration be neither the poorer nor the weaker for the
loss. But if this weather-beaten May-flower and
her company had sunk beneath the waves, which
so often seemed opening to engulf her, (decisive as
the event would probably have been, for an indefi-
kite period, of all further attempts to colonize Ame-
rica,) there would have been inflicted a wound,
which might never have been healed, on the great
cause of Conscience, Free Government, and Truth.
I meant, air, to have said a few words on the
principles and institutions of the fathers of the
Old Colony, as the direct sources of those blessings
which we have inherited from them. I meant to
VIte'qpbken briefly of the two great pillars on
which they rested the temple of liberty ;-freedom
id the churches, as opposed to the domination of a
iirarichy ;. and freedom in the State, founded on
the absence of all hereditary privilege, ou a rec r-
renoe to the popular will by frequent elections, and
on a' system of public education in free schools.-
' '1*1.:-!- t. .i* m&6me sa*_w vInmL- A -_ /i

casion at the present day in the Old Colony for any
.such legislation as this; that, lav or no law, that.
.maso s biald to be a villain, on Caipe Co, who raises
his hand toward a.woman except in kindness ; andr
that, in return, u~'ma is.in4kager of being smitten
by the gent i1, with any other weapon than the
briwbt glaV&e wbi1h, heals while it wounds.
Again,A.e, learned and eloquent crater of the
day ha&!lb i4.us that it was'deeaned necessa-
ry to lpJrii'ong n e first acts of legislation i
the Old Colony, that, if now or hereafter a n
were elected to the office of Governor, and woete
notstand to the election, nor hold and execute tho.-
offide for his year, that then he should be aimerced
in twenty pound sterling fine." All trouble upon-
this score, I believe, has disappeared; at least
since the happy period when the Old Colony was
united with Mrsachusetts. But I cannot answer
for it, Mr. President, that this will always be the
case, if things continue to be managed as they
have been today,-I must candidly tell you, that
when I found myself moving along to this pavilion
in solitary grandeur, excluded from that part of the
procession which was honored by the presence of
the ladies, and when I perceived that my position
here, on this elevated platform, was to be one of
like privation, (to say nothing of the natural mis-
giving which may well come over when, who finds
himself directly in front of his honor the Chief
Justice, and the Sheriff,) I say, Sir, one I found
that these were the consequences of official digni-
ty, I had some thoughts of taking advantage of
the Old Colony law, and paying my fine.
A single sentence more, Sir, and in the serious
strain which perhaps better becomes the occasion.
In all that concerns the history and clharacter of the
Old Colony, the people of Barnstable have a pecu-
liar interest. Your shore was pressed by the feet
of the Pilgrims before they rested on Plymouth
rock. When the good seed raised around that
chosen spot began to be cast abroad, one of the
first handfuls fell on your genial soil; and from
that time to this, through two centuries of humble.
beginnings and rich fruits--of trial and hardship4-'
of success and glory, you have grown up aliv-
ing, leading, integral part of that illustrious Old
Colony with whose annals commences, if I may so
express myself, the New Testament of civil and re-
ligious liberty.
With your permission I would say, in taking my
seat :
The Cape-God bless her; the sons and daugh-
ters of Barnstable are amongst the fairest jewels in
her crown of honor; wherever dispersed, there is
not one of them who will not exclaim,
-Where'er I roam, whatever climes I see,
My heart untravelled still returns to thee.

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

THE ELECTION.-It is admitted on all hands,
that New York will 'd-cie.'the issue of the next
Presidential election, and corresponding efforts to
obtain the ascendency in :this great State will ac-
cordingly be made by both parties.
The election next November will not, to be sure,
determine any thing directly as to the more impor-
tant one of the year 1840, when the Electors are
to be chosen; but its indirect influence upon that
will be very great, and hence the importance, in
addition to that derived from the many State in-
terests dependent on the success of the Whigs,
that no proper effort should be spared to insure
such a result.
We believe the State to be safe, if-and that is
all significant--if there be union, harmony, and
above all, timely organization among the oppo-
nents of the Administration. Even without this
city, we believe a majority can be obtained in both
branches of the Legislature ; but with the thirteen
from this city, that majority would be decisive in-
deed. Now, of this city, it may certainly seem
hazardous to assert with any confidence, that what
seemed to ,e its popular vote so late as last Spring,
will be reversed in November; and yet we do feel
a'thorough persuasion, that we can carry this city
by the aid of the new election law, which guaran;-
tees to all qualified voters the free exercise of their
rights, while it imposes difficulties and penalties
upon the exercise of the right, by thqase wlho do not
Spouwau -tw y a troughh unzmo.-among all who
have in v'. the same grat object, the overthrow
of misrule itd corruption-and especially by a se-
lection of candidates, whose capacity and charac-
ters shall be so known to the community, that the
mere publication of their names shall inspire confi-
dence and awaken zeal. It belongs, we think,
to the Whigs of New York, to feel, and to
act upon the feeling, that their success does
not depend upon, and cannot be jeoparded by, the
issue of elections elsewhere. Half a dozen minor
States may waver in their duty to the Constitution
and the Union, and to the Whig party, with which
the safety of both Constitution and Union is bound

up-and yet, if this Empire State stand firm, all
will be well. We would urge it, therefore, upon
our friends, to accustom themselves to lookless for
results abroad, and to labor more to ensure the
right ones at home. What though in some of the
new States the great and tempting lure of the pub-
lic lands to be parcelled out, if Bentonian Van Bu-
renism can prevail, among them, have proved too
strong for their integrity to the. Whig cause
Shall New York, or New Jersey, or any of the old
States, therefore falterl. Rather in the wholesale
plunder thus proposed-in this giving away to the
younger children, the whole glorious and precious
patrimony, of which the titledeeds were written in
the blood of our fathers, and of which the inherit.
ance is common to all-New York should see fresh
inducement for the most determined and vigorous
opposition to a party that meditates so great a wronq
against her, and against Justice. 4
Nor should the personal cares and solicitudes,
great and universal as they now are, which, in
these extraordinary and trying times, press ppopl
'all men in any way connected with businessr--k
absorb attention, as to itduee indifference or dis-
gust about politics.. On the contrary, this very
condition of things should stimulate this communi-
ty to the greater exertions,-for, however otheinrm
cjdental causes may be operative, the great original
cause of all these fuctuations, disasters, and appre-
hensions, in commerce and manufactures, is to be
traced to the accursed experiments commenced by
Jacksonism, and persevered in by Van Burenism,
upon the business and currencyof the nation, It
merchants, if manufacturers, if men in any pur-
suit, that depends for its succors upon the regular
and undisturbed -condition of the currency, would
be prosperous, they must, under institutions like

VEsNMONT.-In spite of Loco-Foco blustering,t
r we SaelatLVinoced that thrintete a safe for te.'
Whigs. The Governor and both Houses are Anti-
Van Buren, ad tha@s enough.
THa. MO`RMNSs 4o.aL.--AO Collector, duly au-
thorized by the Committee appointed at. the meet-
ing on Mo&day evening, is now engaged in solicit-
ing aubsiiptcins for the women and children of
this haples seeat, who are really in a state of desti-
.tution and asffaing.
We earnestlyexpress the hope, that his efforts
miay result in obtaining a sum that shall, at least,
alleviate their distress.
While on the subject of the Mormons, may we
ask of some of the Missouri papers-those of St.
Louis particularly-what has been done with the'
lands and property of which the Mormons were
dispossessed. Has the State confiscated this pro-
perty, or what is its condition
It would alsj gratify us to learn, through the
same channel, pr any other, what justification is
attempted by tle authorities of Missouri, for the
outrages of which the Mormons were the victims.
Gov. Everett'r Address, at the Barnstable Cele-
bration, which w1ll be read in our columns to-day,
with delight, is 4ie of those characteristic speeches
in which he so i4uch excels. There is such inti-
mate knowledge0of the early history and habits ot
the country-such a happy mode of bringing into
contact and coisrast, the present and the past-
such devotion to his own, his native land-and so
much taste and fancy in the adornment of these
topics',as they am successively presented-that all
',"reade s of feeling, at all akin to those of the
orator, )ust be greatly pleased.
THE CAMERA SCURA, which is established on
the top of Castt' Garden, presents, on a bright
day, a series of lctures, such as can nowhere else
be seen. i
The whole baf, the adjoining wharves of the
city, the distant Jerseys, the steamboats, sail-
vessels, row-boaa, the whole life and animation of
the port, are presented in actual movement before
The mechanical panorama sinks into insignifi-
cance before such a reality-for the panorama is
composed of living beings, real things-and all
move before you In beautiful harmony, and distinct,
though diminished proportion. It is quite a spec-
The following paragraphs, from a private letter,
give additional particulars of news already received
here: "'
ST. MARKS, Sept. 7, 1839.
Many outbreaks have lately occurred among the
Indians, both in Middle and East Florida. A party
of sixSteernU, apldiers of the 6th Infantry, under
the command of Sergeant Hanite, had quite an en-
gagement with them near Fort Andrews. The re-
ports will show that the Sergeant and one of his
men were killed. The party behaved with great
gallantry. Fort M'Clure has been attacked, one
man wounded, and some horses killed. Two vol-
unteers were kilkd near Fort Wheelock, not very
distant from Fort King.
A steamboat oil the Suwanee was fired on, and
one of the hands wounded. All these attacks took
place about the same time, showing a unity of pur-
pose and determination of spirit to resist all efforts
at removal. Sam Jones and Haroey are again in
correspondence. Sam disavows all" knowledge of
the Indians who massacred Dallam and others,
and says he will punish them-all stuff. Sam has
not yet put his foot on the land assigned the In-
" dians by negotiation with Chitte Tuskenuggee.-
i If he .had approved the treaty, and intended to
t abide by it, is it not reasonable to suppose that at
some period during the sixty days, he would have
visited the coutrytIn which event he would have
been near enough':thq Calloosahatchee, to have
prevented the murder of Harney's party.
FRoal .MExico.-4-Accounrs have been received
at Havana, front VYmea Cruz, which seem to indi-
cate a return tq eorneding like quiet ifhat wretch-
--ity'l ,.".'/Bust~amentLs said to be
enggedl in caftyig out plans fo^.lnqj liyng all
Parties. AgriculHiral and other internSTmprove-
mehis engage hg attention, and cotton and the
mulberry are nowAhe rage.
The yellow fever was prevalent and fatal among
strangers at Vera Cruz. The commander of the
English packet Hope, which sailed in August for
England, with neatly a million and a half of specie
on board, died of this disease before the vestel
reached Havana.
FROM CHINA.--fs from Canton to April 1st
has been received i London. The whole foreign

trade still remaal l suspended, and the Imperial
Commissioner, Linb6al Insisted on the surrender
I of all the opium dt board the ships in the river,
; with a perseveranicevwhich showed that he was de-
termined to enfort the requisition. The Hong
merchants had beefr atened with great severity.
S'They were require~ to procure the attendance of
SMr. Dent, a British esidenf, on the Commissioner.
This Mr. Dent refused to do, unless the Commis-
sioner would grant him a safe conduct under his
own seal, with a promise that he should not be de-
tained more than ,hours. This the Hong mer-
chants could not priocbre. Yet they were threat-
ened with death, 46 two of them, Howqua and
Mowqua, had a chAft'liung round their necks, and
it was reported that'three were imprisoned.
In consequence 4f the prevailing sickness, the
Mobile newspapers are to be published only once a
week until further nf*e.
S DEATH o' MATHIZ dAREY.-We announce with
sincere regret the d"th of Mathew Carey. A few
days ago Mr. Carey.as thrown from his carriage,
receiving a contusion "in his head, and being other-
iwise hurt. ,It was blieved that his injuries were
%by no means serious -ut they may have aggravated
an intermittent feve -which proved the cause of his
death. Mr. Carey 'ass in his eightieth year. A
native of Ireland, he we to this country duringgjhe
i- last century, and w engaged for many yei Ii
. printer and publish in which professaiom, i re
alized an ample forte.-[Philadelphia Nat. Gaz.
of yesterday.]
GKQMRAL Szsszo88-.-In the matter of The Peo-
ple v. Barntey Cors, ,Mr. .Jordan stated to the
I Court, that Mr. Darg his client, was now in the
* city, and anxious to 0 t his money out of the hands
of the public prose The Recorder said that
SJudge Ingraham, at S request, would be ready tc
try the case early in se next term, and that if Mr.
S arg wished to leavq the city, his evidence might
f be taken de ben esse", It was so ordered, and here
. the matter rests for t present
r Amos S. m Meeoa e tst whom the Grand Jury
have found ,' iflj t for manslaughter in the
third degree, for Frederic Centre on the
e 23d of Au'gust; ,las Yan iron square, was, on

I t the Park Theatre this evening will be given
?ideUo, wrtn aR'thiIopW '-"e"ngfh-of thiaibs Z
lishment; and Mone. and Mad. Taglioni in t hew
ballet. A full house will, no douat, be grati.id.

The Morning Post publisher a letter fromnthe lat)'
Lady Flora Hastings, dated at Buckingham Palace
on the 8th of last March, to heruncle, Mr. Hamil-
ton Fitzgerald, then at Brussels. Lady Flora de-
tailed to her uncle the principal circumstances con-
nected with the Court calumny with which the
public have become familiar. She gave her uncle
"t' the account of the diabolical conspiracy, from
which it bad pleased God to deliver the Dutchess
of Kent" and herself; "for," she adds, "that it
was intended to ruin the whole concern, though I
was 'to be the very first victim, I have no more
doubt, than that a certain foreign lady pulled the
wires, though it has not been brought home to her
The number of bankruptcies in Paris, declared
between the 1st of January and the 26th July, 1839,
was 607. Among them were 93 joint stock com-
panies, whose debts amounted to 148,000,000f., or
nearly 6,000,000 sterling. The number of bank-
ruptcies between the 1st and 26th of last month was
Mrs. Fry is stated, by the Federal of Geneva, of
the 30th ult., to have been several days in that
town visiting the Penitentiary, with the good ar-
rangement of which that benevolent lady had de-
clared herself much satisfied.
Sir Moses Montefiore is at present in Egypt;
where he has offered to establish a bank, with a ca-
pital of a million sterling, if the Pacha will relieve
tke Jews in his dominions from the disabilities and
persecutions from which they at present suffer.
Sir Moses went to his first audience of the Viceroy
in his ex-official costume as Sheriff of London.
An old man, a cousin of his Majesty the King of
Sweden, was taken into custody on the 19th uk.,
for cutting a little firewood in a forest near Beau-
vais. He was so infirm from his advanced age, as
to render it necessary to be conveyed to prison in a
Boz.-A new work, on an entirely new plan"
is announced by Mr. Charles Dickens (Boz !); the
first No. to appear in March. "Nicholas Niceleby"
now approximates its close, and we are glad to see
that the last No. is to contain a portrait of this most
popular author, from the pencil of Maclise, and en-
graved hy W. Finden. Genius and talent, illus-
trated by genius and talent, is always most accep-
The burial service over Lady Hester Stanhope
was performed by the Rev. W. Thompson, an
American missionary.
The British merchants in Bombay have sent a
memorial to the Lords of the Privy Council, calling
upon them to fulfil Mr. Elliott's pledge to secure
them from loss by the surrender of their opium
It has been ascertained that the opium was worth
upwards of two millions sterling-not two millions
of dollars, or ;700,000, as some had supposed.
Before stopping the trade, the Chinese Imperial
Commissioner issued three edicts one to the foreign
merchants, another to the Hong merchants, order-
ing them to abandon the opium trade, and a third
prohibiting foreigners from leaving Canton. From
the first edict we take some characteristic passa-
"It is known that the foreign vessels, which
come foira reciprocal trade to Kwangtung, have
derived frbm that trade very large profits. This is
evidenced by the facts-that whereas the vessels
annu'aily resorting hither were formerly reckoned
hardly by tens, their number has of late years
amounted to a hundred and several times ten ; and
that whatever commodities they may have brought,
none have failed to find a full consumption ; what-
ever they may have sought to purchase, never have
they been unable readily to do so. Let them ask
themselves, whether between-heaven and earth any
place affording so advantageous a commercial mart
is elsewhere to be found. It is because our great
emperors, in their universal benevolence, have
granted you commercial privileges, that you have
been favored with these advantages. Let our ports
once be closed against you, and for what profits can
your several nations any longer look ? Yet more
-our tea and our rhubarb-seeing that, shouldy.o
foreigners be deprived of them, you therein lose
the means of preserving life-are without stint or
grudge granted to you for exportation, year by
year beyond- the seas. Favors never have been
greater ate.. 'tul .u l
"Are y fateful for
then feariwe arid, msekingroi
selves, must' iot do hurt to others. W 'd 'dh
bring to our land the opium, which in yetgwn
lands is not made use of, by it defrauding men o<
their property, and causing injury to their lives?
I find that with this thing you have seduced and
deluded the people of China for tens of years past;
and countless are the unjust hoards that you have
thus acquired. Such conduct rouses indignation in
every human heart, and is utterly inexcusable in the
eye of Celestial Reason. *
I proceed to issue my command.. When these
commando reach the said foreign merchants, let
them witi all haste pay obedience thereto. Let
them deliver up to Government every particle of
the opium on board their storeships. Let it be as-

certained by the Hong merchants, who are the par-
ties so delivering it up, what number of chests, as
also what total quantity in catties and taels is de-
livered up under each name. Let these particulars
be brought together in a clear tabular form, and be
presented to Government, in order that the opium
may all be received in plain conformity thereto,
that it may be burnt and destroyed, and that thus
the evil may be entirely extirpated. There must
not be the smallest atom concealed or withheld.
At the same time, let these foreigners give a
bond, jointly in the foreign and Chinese languages,
making a declaration to this effect--' That their
vessels, which shall hereafter resort hither, will
never again dare to bring opium with them; and
should any be brought, as soon as discovery shall
be made of it, the goods shall be fofeited to Gov-
ernment, and the parties shalr-iflfer te extreme
penalties of the law: and that such punishment
will be willingly submitted to."
I And the Commissioner declares that he will not
I be trifled with-
S "On this occasion, I, the High Commissioner,
having come from the capital, have personally re-
. ceived the sacred commands, that wherever a law
exists, it is to be fully enforced. And as I brought
these full powers and privileges, enabling me to
s perform whatever seems to me right-powers with
2 which those ordinarily given, for inquiring and act-
B ing in regard to other matters, are by no means
" -?comparable-so long as the opium traffic remain.
Iunexterminated, so long will I delay my return. I
- swear that I will progress with this matter from it#
beginning to its ending, and that not a thought of
stopping half way shall for a moment be indulged.Y
- -[London Spectator.]

S[From the Boston Courier.]
SAGACITY OF TH HIORis.-There are few of
our Exchange paper that we read with more plea-
sure than the Peoria (Illinois) Register, and we
t presume our readers often participate in the grati-
fication, for we have frequently been indebted to it
for information respecting the western country. In
'the last number of that paper, among the sketchri
of the editor's travels in various parts of the State,
we find the following anecdote :
", On our return homeward, Dr. C. related somte

before, without b _b 162 .. m aimm &

.directly to the hote. From there homeward, 13 1
miles, Dr., p. having o other calls to make, the
animal mufsted l-oisposition to stop at either
.,f the half dozen. somes, buVtdowi:-and. ?p 1ep
P-Hoow without c k or ur.afy
thgh under the rdstramt pofreir,1 and lip.

Upwards of a million of dollars has been invest-
ed in new buildings in Cincinnati, during the pre-
sent year.
RAILROAB LABORExs.---Onthe ondon and Brigh-
ton Railway in England three clergymen are em-
ployed by the stockholders to impart religions in-
struction to the labourers.
'-THE STEAM SHIP TrIaERPOOL, was seeft on the
,.L9th ult. in lat 43, 10, Ibn 54, 30, and again on the
31st in lat 46, Ion 72.
The number of deaths in Philadelphia, last week,
was 106-of which 53 were of children under 5
years of age.
PRICE OF GRAIN SOUTH.-Prime wheat has been
sold in East Tennessee as low as 37 1-2 cts. per
bushel. Farmers in that section have'engaged to
sell corn, when harvested, at from 12 1-2 to 18
cents per bushel.
FIRE.-We learn by passengers direct from Ca-
nandaigua, that the hotel north of Blossom's hotel,
on the corner of Jail street, was almost entirely
destroyed by fire on Friday morning, between 9 and
11 o'clock.-[Rochester Democrat.]
"Sir, do you mean to say that I lie ?" said a per-
son tb Frenchman. No, share ; I say not dat you
lie; but, share, I say dat you walk round de truth."

They tell me, first and early love
Outlives all after-dreams;
But the memory of a first great grief
To me more lasting seems ;
The grief that marks our dawning youth
To memory ever clings,
And o'er the path of future years
A lengthened shadow flings.
Oh, oft my aind recalls the hour,
When to nr*y father's home
Death came-an uninvited guest--
From his dwelling in the tomb!
I had not seen his face before-
I shudder'd at the sight.
And I shudder still to think upon
The anguish of that night!

A youthful brow and ruddy cheek
Became all cold and wan-
An eye grew dim in which the light
Of radiant fancy shown. .. _
Cold was the cheek, and cold the brow, '
The eye was fixed and dim,
And one there mourn'd a brother dead,
Who would have died for him !
I know not if 'twas summer then,
I know not if 'twas spring,
But if the birds sang on the trees,
I did not hear them sing;
If flowers came forth to deck the earth,
Their bloom I did not see-
I looked upon one wither'd flower,
And none else bloomed for me!
A sad and silent time it was
Within that house of wo,
All eyes were dull and overcast,
And every voice was low I
And from each cheek at intervals
The blood appeared to start,
As if recalled in sudden haste,
To aid the sinking heart!
Softly we trode, as if afraid
To mar the sleeper's sleep,
And stole last looks of his pale fa,",
For memory to keep.
With him the agony was o'er,
And now the pain was ours,
As thoughts of his sweet childhood rose
Like odor from dead flowers!
And when at last he was borne afar
From this world's weary strife,
How oft in thought did we again
Live o'er his little life !
His every look-his every word-
His very voice's tone--
Came back to us like things whose worth
Is only prized when gone !
The grief has pass'd with years away,
And joy has been my lot:
But the ons is oft remembered,
And the other soon forgot,, .
^ .-The gayestlafcrs trip lighted. -'.
And lea tbe faintest trace;
But the deep, deep track that sorrow wears,
No time can e'er efface!
Reported by S..J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and Ex
change Broker, 22 Wall street, & 130 Broadway.
250 shares Bank of Commerce......... 95 -s3d
100 Dry Dock Bank........-... 84 -b3d
45 do do----------............ 84
50 Delaware & Hudson-----.. 651
100 do do------..----....... 65J--t w
25 do d..--------.... 65-cash
12 do do............ 65
50 do do----------........... 651
50 do do.--......... 65-nw
150 do do-............ 6
150 -- do do............ 65 b 3ds
50 do do..........-.. 6-5-b 30d
50 do do............ ---------65i--t.w
250 do do............ 65 -- 3
75 Farmers' Trust----------............ 98
90 do do----------............ 981
10 Ohio Trust............... 93 ---s 30
500 Corporation Sevens-------........ 96
500 do do----------........... 961
35 N. A. Trust & Banking Co... 591
150 do do----------............ 60
175 do do............ 0 -- 3d
50 U.S. Bank................100-s 30
150 do do ............100-@ Od
50 do do...--...----...-- 0--b 10
50 do do............101---Od
100 do do............101i ah
50 do do..-.....-..-0ll 8d
100 Kentucky Bank7............ 78-cash
50 do do............ 78 -12d
20 City Bank--...............113
15 Lafayette Bank............ 84
10 State Bank-................ 100
10 Am. Ex. Bank............ 84
10 Canton Company.......... 33 -c
15 do do............ 324
25 do do............ 324
75 do do............ 332
50 Boat. and Prov. Railroad-.... 99 -- 3
10 N Jersey Railroad......... 86--c
50 do do............ 86 -9 60d
25 Stonmgton ............... 22--nw.
100 Harlem Railroad Co........ 4-s600ct20
100 do do............ w45
200 do do-............ 45
31 Utica Railroad-.............I 1
50 do do.............I15
25 do do............ 115 W,
BT L. M. HorirJN & Co. COX
Tea-{Balance per ship London.]-Terms: 6 mos.
YoUrX H ys.m- 0o chests, 44i a 46c; 100 do,
75 7e; 376chets do, 44 a 45c; 99 do, 774 a 784c;
7 cases d4, loc.
ysoa-00 hoets, 38 3a384c; 31 do, 51 a 53c; do,
62|ei 1N half do, 45c; 29 do, 60oc; 5 131bboxes, 374c;
109 o, ac,; 4 eases, 106c.
Hyoan Skin-130 chests, 34 a 35; 90 do, 31 a 32-c,
Gtiapowder--27 chests, 47c; 50 4 do, 50c; 100 131b
boxes, 54Mc.
Imperial-37 4 chts, 56Ic,
Pouchoag-200 4 chests, 40 a 404c; 31 do, 50 a
Souchong-I04 chest, 27c.
t ____"Ji.r?-.~. '_ -z r_^ _-t- l_.i_ -__-- __*!

nvsii aiia Riuo of the iaEUty are iepectfully in-
vited to atteatthe funeral thi (Wedinaday) after-
n oo io'cbL, from his late residence in 16th
I th liing of the 17th, of Consumption,
Frrick "S U W &catchard, of the firm of Scatchard
& Admi nwters, aged 41 years. Funeral to
takO place tius afternoon at 5 'o'clock, from 93
Prospect freeliBooklyn.

In the barque Franklin, from Hammbrg-S Co-
hen, W Hirsch, H Koeter, H Nordheimer, S Nord-
heimer, E Johns, R DamIpyi A D vimg, H Stim-
merman, G A VWhite, H Cra ford, and 116 in the

Tiu GLANU.----On the 1st of October there
will be issued from this office a weekly paper with
the above title. '": '
It is proposed to print it- on a ,arg.shieet, and
that it shall contain all the reading matter-to the
exclusion of advertisements--tht appears during
the week in the New York American..
In order to render this publjioes profitable, or
indeed possible, at theuice w-i4-''is intended to
charge, of two dqoi,.w per ,~ut. y able always
in advance, a large circulatioit quisiute.
We shall print a very large our first
number, and send it to postma*eii e. irs, ask-
ing all who shall not desire to beco .ji ':ibscribers
to return the number; and to all"who do not, after
a reasonable interval to turn it, we s4all, on re-
ceiving two dofllrs, coiititue to send the Gleaner.
All letters addressed to: 'The Gleex"- must be
post paid, otherwise they will not bet.ken from the
post office.

1 ? MR. VAN BENTHUYSEN, publisherr of
this paper,) intends starting, o: or about toe first of
November next. on a thorough, tour of collection
in the following States: Pnunsylvania, Mary
land, Virginia, North and Southi Carolina, Georgia,
Alabama, Louisiana, Mi.sgieipi, Tenessee, and
Kentucky, also, the cities'of Cincinnati, Ohio;
and St; Lours, Missouri. Mr. V. B. proposes to
take charge of any accounts thai may be en
trusted to him for settlement. Further particulars
may be ascertained by applying at these office of this
paper s7 tf
BI N. P. TRIST.-An adjodned meeting of the
Finance Committee, on the subject iiter relating to
the conduct of the present Consul a Jfiana, was held
at No. 2 Wall street, on Tuesday, 7 t
Communications froeIewn, Salem
and other cities were Ad t pressing
the determination of ship to co-ope-
rate, with their friends in N. w r r exertions
to bring about the removal of Mr.
After transacting other businqp te' following reso-
lution was unanimously paase'Id'
Resolved, That as the Preadent of the United
States is about to visit the city, A committeeof six be
appointed to wait on him, on his arrival, eo subjects re-
lating to the objects of the meeting.
Resolved, that we will persevere in the efforts we
heve commenced, to redress the wroagp sustained by
our brethren.
S S.'E. GLovza,jSecretary. ,. l si It
POOL.-Cabin passengers by this ship will please be
on board the steamboat Hercules, at Whitehall, to-
morrow, 19th inst., at 12 o'clock.
The Letter Bags will close at -the Exchange and
Hale's News Room at half past 11 o'clock.
IC17 MR. CATHg4WOOD respectfully forms
the citizens of New lFork and the public ngeneially,
that he intends to open for exhibition a NEW PANO
RAMA early in October next, and that eonseqaeatly
the Panorama of JERUSALEM will poiitirely'be
closed on the first of that month. He jives this ely
notice that parents may brini, their chil4an, Suidtay,
nrd other school teaohears their schel d that "all
may have an opportunity of viewing this ransmipt
of the Holy City. f ,'"

YT WARNOCK would respetfully nontt e that
he is prepared to furnish, his Moleskin and othec
HATS,. of .the fint quality, of a aew aa ramuch ap|
r )ved pattern. .
With respect to the model at every chapp offashioa
as governed by foreign standards, acquhiscenc6 is most
cordially given to the opinion expressed our neigh-
borofthe Astor Hlose. It hbe ever bee n rryenric-
tion that we are full as cpallte to svgdt to our
friends (even the moast fastidious) what 'ima i' most
suitable and becoming, a to consult th. tltege s ot
style in London uand Paris. Formy owa part I profess
to cull from all quarters, abroad and at hounewhat-
ever, with suitable improvements, I t hik will h ap
proved by the majority of my customers. la acoord-
ane with this principal I would respetfully offer the
Fall and Winter Pattern.
The style now introduced is well calculated to
lengthen the service of the Moleskin Hat slealy
ftmed for durability. WARNOGK,
s5 tf Hat Establishnent, 17 ) Broldwy.

E7 TO LET.-A modem rbiat'Ai isaaryr brick
sHoue i Eighth street, betw hoVthe .k-Sf ae and
acdougall street, finished infi be*t yfi, *aireftdy
for immediate occupaoy Ap*,pl *th oim of this
paper. ni.U
E- 0 TUCKER, M. 14, DH'STOT, SaOcessor
to Dr. Kimball, No. 3 Park Ple. Dr. Tucker
having completed his Profetaionalbtuitw under the
able and efficient iustructio4 of Harwood & Tuqker'
of Boston, has determined upon making the city of
New-York his place of permanent residence ,
To those who may wish to consvt him,,ae now re-
spectfully tenders his best service.
Doctor Tucker beogs leave to parent the following
Testimonial from Dr. Kimball *
DR. H. KIMBALL having duide. upon relin
quishing the practice of hs priesMion, and bei iabou
to leave New-York begs liave ta.prsent hto iiends
his sincere acknowledgmns .J that eonfideane in
his professional skill which hat bess mnaifeted by -
the extensive and highly respect p tijte.. with
which he has been honored during JiUv :ctI ,e ia
New-York. '.
And while he is mot hap = to 144 t0M: are
in the city a number of genslsmene ofatl.yed1r high
reputation,, und to whom he would vwii-thm Umateet
confidence mfsr his frieads-et hi would ,..this
opportunity to reoomnmend to teir bUose eon
fidence DR. E. G. TUCKER, who has eom to this
city at the solicitation of Dr. KIimball, mad to whom
he would refer his former patients in ta iOUef fht he.
will fully sustain the high chaact r hh.blaesw .m. ?
attained as an efficient and Atl .t1 W eti' "
Tucker manufactures the qpme kind of Mineril Tat1 h
which have been exclusively meed by Dr. Kimlill,.
and which for strength, duordity, and close iwe tatiiD
of natural teeth, are unnsp- s" '
New-York, April 2d, 16088.
Testimonial from Dectn Rarwsed f Ta'ucer, of
lBoston. -" ,
We have perused the abonpi.e-l. t i off I.
E. G. Tucker, and do rV
very handsome teatimaonial 6|^!bs|iji

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wallc orfolk tomorrow evening, (Sept. 18,) one hour after sunset'athalie, Mdc Taglioni; Le CQmte, Mons Ton lO AI eadto he stockholder, on and aer the 16th NWYiRyVt
i Ae1sl7 2t JAS. VAN NORDEN Sec'ry. In the course of the Ballet will be danced the cele- MANHASSET, ANT) LIT- it. Transfer Book i closed until that ate wibetke
UIA .T1t UTite m, PriDTonen, brated PAS DE TROIS TYROLIENE by Mad RE .- LTLEs NECK STAGES.- 'PAD Tranfer BookE is GRcoe und county th eati
0*_ Fern'osph y d, Townsend, E DOLLARS REWARD.-Laost, last evening, Talioni, Mad Proche Giubilei, and MonTaioni. On aAd after ptmber the 16th, ta Stag will run N E LGRA- Scea.. The rtuunt Pntic
,F. bitw*4 Maiden ane ......hambr tre, ion adPoce0 lebadMons Taghioni. OENetmbxt IS ~'~, ... -
-]. o N. "'. -beLtw" Made ad Chambers street, in o conclude with the Farce of QUITE AT a flows ':..' ...... S.NSURANCE CO., 46 Wafl street, re-open a setofpart
A-.lRrV-"A I 1ED1t MORNING. Broadway, a calf skin pocket book, containing sundry HOME-Frank Easy, Richigs; Jafery Juniper, Lea'e Valeitnae's Store, Hempstead Harbor, every d story. Insurance against loss or damage by fore 'him more than a I
Htdmurgh bap Frnk.in;,Werbund, 48 days fro protested notes (among them two drawn by James Mal- Chippindale; Mrs'Pritnr Mrs Wheatley.M or ta at se8r. o'loc1k, (Sundays excepted); A- actions each of whh
.,i ihi:YtkiWb-wtuO t.U tghmiidt & Co; H Dal. lard,) and other papers, all of which will be of no use lens otel, setat half-past seven; and an DREC satnandstudy; he
T# &. W &F W White; C tothe finder. He will confer favor, and receive the Doors openat 7 o1cle ke ormaneecommences at Nostrand's Hotel, Little Neck, at a quarter before rn;e, adawaraDRe, R ous accountbooksfro
S. t .A White; C Muller; above reward by leaving it at 14 Maiden I -:' al8 7 o clock Boxes,. Pt, 5 cts.; Galtery, 25 cts. eight, M., foi New York, by way of Grand Street S.tepeia, E amueG aompson, trialbances bance
.'i ,( ttig;CHSan ; C y ....1 -''- eiht. .N....y ayo Grand-Sterry phen leonar, tramcels Th usnecr tralblatincsI uatain
opB.&.hriC; C H Snd; C FRENCIr#BENEVO.LEN 'I Y. NATIONAL THJEATE. Ferry. .t Frances T Luquer, culations in Equation
'.Tii'vweB. ; E.& TPapp;J Napier; H Le. N OTICE is hereby given, to the of this rp (Corner of Leozard o-d Chw. streets.) Retuing-They will leave John D. Keating's, cor. EdmundWSmi-th Jhn R Townsed, terest; Exchange, Ins
-..'Ttolari;.-C MOppTiheimer; C Marg Society, that the subscription lists, to be ee on the 1. HIS EVENING, Sepf, 12, will be performed ner of reck Slip and Water street, every afternoon at Smith W Anderson, Effnan, Townsend, C. U. MA
^jeH.Mort- te.PUis GMeyer; WHirch; 30th instant, for the anniversary dinner, are now open the Comedy of THE LOVE CHASE-Sir William two oTlock, P.M., crossing Peck Slip Ferry, and Oliver T Hewlett, Herary C D Ram, (Introduced
f a T W 8chmdt & Co; .W at Messrs. V. De Launey & Co's, No 74 Beaver street Fondlove, Mr H Wallack; Wildrake, Browne; Con passing through Flushing. t mt w' me, "The Science of D
4, If u~iuulMMB8Br-HengiMbd; Wolf & He and A. S. Perrot, No.1 Hanover square. stance, Mrs Henr Wallack; Lydia, Miss Monier. BENJAMIN C. BYRD, Proprietor. CJoWlason, Wliwu, pliedd' A standard i
esr5 dsi~ (m Sidn,, .with ,,.By order of the Committee, To conclude witl the Farce of LATIN, LOVE & September 10th, 1839. 4. 1 W. Lwee I. "h .rofigl
S1o fi Sidney, with coal New York, Sept. 18, 1839. sl8 3t WAR-Dr Rhubardo, Lambert; Signor Diego de Mus.- M All baggage at the rof the owners. l76t Havemeyer, r, The Art of Single
d fo Picto with HOUSEKEEPER WANTED-A small, quiet, taques, Salter; Donna Clara de Fuentes, Mrs Sefton. NapYork, AlbnyP and To terS H Hrik Wa.ean.r yero.uct7nof
Ag. a from at t. The ,ie of.. theUE, .,EirTe Departln, and8tevoe- "ALecturelonthe
H S Let 42o 30,,u with1 1,genteel family, are in want of a well educated Doors open at7 o'clock-Performance commences att ORALB ANY. .ef The President of the 'ireDesrot and De Pre. "ALacture on the
a-' a cruiz--a well. middleaged woman, without incumbrance,as a House 7J o'clock. Boxes, $1-Pit, 50 cts-Gallery, 25 cts. Frm'the foot of Barclay at. sidetof the BoardofTruteesoftheFireDepartment. Balance Sheet" A
^audofm Lbec;with plas- eeper, and sort ofcompanion for a lady. None need ,OWERY THEATRE. T CHAMPLAIN, Tey mor oc. N Gay Secret DR -s A .
apply without the best testimonials of character. Ad- THE BENEFIT OF MRS. SHAW. The CHAMPLAIN, T ursday morning 7 o'clock.ocE
^^^ .fM ilappB ^ ^^^^ ....... T HJ E^ ^ ^^ BENEFIT^^^ FU^ ^ TSUA E.S SH WOS ^AGav ertay $
20.do fin Mannanilla, dress Box 1389, Upper Post Office. w n18 3t* TIS EVENING, Sept. 18, will be presented the The ALBANY, Fridayoh rmng, 7 ot cock. .MUTUALSt&1
(1 CWANTED-A clrdwmnis wanted Tragedy f DULA;or, The Noble She pherd F wrom hefotofA/I No.tret
B Lala.Leftb brrgo UrTN S d The DE WITT CLINTON, this afternoon, at 5 /__t .
days-the only American y as Cook; none needuapply except with good tea- Youn Nroel, Mrs Shaw;. Old Norval. Mr Hamblin; o'clock. th-s .rYaLARJNE, INLAND NAVIGATION, & FIRE thedifferent branches
IBdlet 208 loag 3110, spok tmomalsofcharactern capacity Apply at No36 Glenalvon, Barry; Lady Randolph, MrsHield. The SWALLOW, t w afternoon, at 5 o'clock. INSURANCE.-TheMutualSafety Iurance Com- New York
Mill Market street. s I 6t: After which, the grind Ballet Dance from the Maid NOTICE.-AI1 goods-ight, baggage, bank bills, pany. chartered by the Legislatu of this State, sub.. Young gentlemen ha
CHABE 'AD olrdwma swntdoahmrb Clse'd ipd
r, fm Oottenburg, via ('l HAMBER MAI D.-A colored woman is wanted of Cashmere, by Celeste. specie, or any other kind property, taken, shipped, mit the toUowing statement in relation to the Institut. 'be prepared to enter t
lEg_ -*m Brmn as chamber maid. Apply at No. 36 Market To conclude withthe grand romantic Spectacle en- or put on board the boat_ his line, must be at the tion ans t vantages. vantage. Those who.
i i n Bremen. street. sIl8 6t titled THE DEVIL'S DAUGHTER; or, La Tenta- risk of the owners of suOhids, freight, baggage, &c. The preOmiums charged, terms of credit, condition 'il Engineer, will be t
N OSlnter, m Cracos. N-ORTH AMERICAN TRUST AND BANKING tio-Miranda; the daughter of Evil, Mdlle Ceese; sl8 '- of insurance and eneralmode o transcting business, liminary course of Mal
a a .Geddis NOrleans; Saratoga, COMPANY. Miranda, the daughter Virtue, Md'lle Celeste. In fOR IDON are precisely similar to those of the most ,pprovd of, Instructio will be
Seans .NEW YORK Set 6th, 1839 .the firt act, the grand Maic Dance, and in the second -R DON.RT ST iAM ficesin city. ils commencing on t
AMERICAN RUSet. AN Daceby,'1e839es..BRITISH STEAM The notprcityl.~
OR L 'ST. THE "'TEuS act, will he introduced on Wehers Grand Opera ACKT,. ... Tkpem tprofiuts onall the risksoepiatt produce ofnthe pri landdr.pe
". P3SI OULAT. O U NLAST.'n THEAMERICAN RUSTrAND.Dance, by-MdlleCeleste. C, s :ponhsildpvl
BANKING.COMPANY.h.as.e .tered into arrange- T her Let-The team-shp f..the.
.-.^^^^HOp^.r lat.' xitar am-shi
c 9...to oy, 38ind, rsp .rm Lier- ments with the NATIONAL BANK of IRELAND, Doors open at 7. Performances commence at a iof b RITISH QUEEN, Lt. .....ywd ...t hs le the le Bs.Dad epeIN AND de
whereby moniesmay be sent, by Emigrants and others, 8 o'clock. Boxes, 75eta.; Pit, 37; Gallery 25 ichard Roberts R. N. w pertoa.) will ,be dadea uaitm. e a nla---
wB4'& s from Bremen, wit in the United States, to any part of Ireland, in the r, NIBLd GARn o emMcander, will take woa aia eiu 600a.e .ron ..... the o, 43
.&l .& Oeldeks. 140 steerage pass, n- NIe p 8 GAeaEN. -several amwunts
L est and most editions manner, and on the most RAVEL.FAMILY.erlemontspadtyac. Teidih
ske b ar Beaver, 38 do ads eIns* and M EVEIN onR mE-Pet o made mu scriprewas bring at tee u ii.n, & MR
StLiverptoo ll, f porg. 3 jes enbe thcs esannatsn wll lease send hro psur aiBr aElihe, Sersw Gese1lai, thMronthe the usual rates ofefreihto etBritish? vessels, anti'nan a tte and t republic, that t

Sw~h.WrS&:tdo 109hs lat. 42,ite long 63,e THIS wbse tth fErVwNING, Set theC DANCE, the Misntes.rtain Fosihae^ RSESN.16 ~esre
an art of I reland. or from London may be made to ts w commence with the Ballet antomme ofwill sail onher regular day above. For which apply bends d mort A w rpe
from Phi. the principal cities in the United States. thg GREEN eS. a n" mmthe ofhoffice of the Anent- a moge, an4 .
ER;o tob, thdetDtheBmnkA Huse oft-T.e premiumstke me h
.sfrom Bremen, Aiation to be made at the Bankin H ouse of. plshed-The Green Monster, Eloise Ravel; Chief of WADuORTH & SMITH, itsueof the prmim acuhirn. tgatt he na, wihelr
Alc ONTR,; or, te Dream Accom- a t soThe frars policy ot Wath oo hire 188 sch olars.wocterS
.wi0 oOericks. th is Company, o.47 aill street, on an after the the Sorcerers, Joseph Ravel; The White Genii, Mr s14tol No. 4 Jones' e rar of 103 Front st. au, at.. to4 pnresettirome.to mo" Fent is taught tot
iknerJo, 61 days from Glasgow, ~first of October next, or to the National Bank of I re- Mills; Grand Priest, MomEveque; Chevalier Miro- FOR KIN ON, Jam.-With Des- hundred an"I" te tAd ent is under the dire
ndso la land in Dublin, r at No. 13Old Broad street. London, ue Jerome Ravel; T he White Knight, Antoine R n the f l
'l $. Lee. Sept.' la lt 1, 4 n, ta on f its rah in Ireland sepl Cel r. roisAm Ra patch-Thep s finepper fastened-ad cop- fro wheii, hit to b presumed, that tW remtmsof is iny taiy d
-li-BMr of the taros to save the e ,er e a ee p _a aid or tp operasse, p of er b

MSwasif^ Ti i:ii frhldpia. y TkSnHiriiyt-in^W gde^ CAR ,httebilac f^P.tefrgac ffo-YZO r m sterpsonhav msearli eesatch ylfed Pell noEn. a l the lose Gandepneshe dutfidentypns.
So ts4wis Second Cashier. lord of Hotel, Mona Checkini; Landlady, Mme An- to HOWLAND & ASPI ALL,5 South st. -7 jugLam in d C
Ad Ia, Dcamett, 10days from Sydney, wth RIG SWISS BOY, FROM LONDON.-Con- toe Ravel; Rosalle, daughter Miroque, M'rne Chec- V he a Rvl snarterrushte no M F O that the insured MPROVE-, and o.

IJ./t^.ar.6^ 2 MrhatsEchng.send8 tedir~ pe sii etrudet, heroawy Governsies, M'aJrom;Pen Man,*FOD cannojoht tathbon prse, ~ ET FTEoNIjDA IEehesv m-^
oP &Liston tsps. signees by this vessel will please send their per- kini Gertrude, her Governess, Mis Jerome; Pie Man, a Oct.-.T her UNI EDy. ForNTElSiTocannot in-anynei ineCanaFnd by vi ut of nhe ay asa
'Wtn New-YortcK, 4 days; America, Fox, do,e 8Mmits en board or to the office of the subsc ribers. Al Mr Lyvere; Dotor, Mr Clark O- T. J. shea, S TaaToe, r i y csfn auv ls te .y. thed Apn o apli
L A4mr' o 3rw.loih, days; 42n, lonx. 63, 8" "alo wherby remitnce from For h ""= J J"reisnr htwresl aoe herspts'omst prem Lso. etsip esb ti vse.wl tesuci rJ.DVo lkJ J ise, iTlJil pr uui. IVT
a tioebh,Westtdo. goods not permitted in five days will be sent to the After which, a FANCY DANCE, by Miss Yates. regular da For freight passage, apply on board TRUSTEES No. 165 Grne street
B ihardNickeron, fromd public store. To conclude with the BEDOUIN ARABS, for the at foot of maiden LaneZbde, or o M A
to J.Elwell.Ieft at G. al8 E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South at. last time, by the Ravel Family.R- Guhan C. Yarplak7Chauhst.agomy. ,V
NewIYork;eA st. A FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED- Tickets 50 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock-the en-, will succeed the RobOrt B VWllia H: p'all Autumn eFnoh

jehmq 'u t ar rig om New-opYork; t S^^~= each Ro^^bertS. ilS1
otel, rAgenoria, U.i Wanted to hire from the 1st Nov. to the 1st of tertainnent to commence at 8 o'lock. Unitednsa ts, na oilhNv.se smn b Brtlett f
i 'A'no t Ans. Aug. 17th, lat..LApril, by a family from the country, a furnished .IS No postponement at any time, as visite rst dayi. .Kd" FO L-"h f ... laot "s Jn HPrper Se St 2.
S3 ~ D ebrig Joo, 19 days from New three-story house in the upperfart of the city, in or the Garden can pass from the street, through the h FORP NEW, ORE. A W -'s-ositiely RutusL. Loa w
Slhk s ip all well. Sept. near Broadway. Address, J. J.623 Broadway. Grand P romenade, to the Saloon, free from damp or -(Louisi u N.'Pwtar Y to LnAlm Sidne br k HaddeoL n pt
.ket ship Europe, 4 days sep18 dawemt.o.Sh Wee ts city, a devotig
Sat.3, long. 70, 40, ship FR SAL OR TO LET-The The Garde.ns.have been completely renovated, and uery fastsailing coppered. .nd copper-fastened ship HermaOel riche Archibald Gracie catio of aliodw num
np forPhiladelphia. E .h eegant all thatthe brilliancy of Lamps, the fragpuce ofow- YAZOO, Trask, master, 11 have early despth Alfred Pell. E.A. o Gae confidently promise t
IforPhilad lph ia.three-spry;H uses just finished, and ready for faOR of fl moi passage$th d
I4, frm ,4 Malaga Band Gira- ndo, P.i ccua'tiond, ontUiveroity Place,' between 13th ers, andsthe charms of Music can impart, may be en- ore .r passage, vng elegat f urn she Henrs W. Hicks Jon e

W~fo'frvrpol m Valageanstt~^do THGibJrFF~aINLTRTR ^ms petoai n oct parn Henr gWrin^ i^^c.Frtetra<,plt o~.^ s ofh^ 111'
.... ,Pt.. ....... on UnDe sRT is pblish et "oyed itnhis ..eligh tf s.o t. aco ......t..on apply.d... .. wa ra t ,ea ul. 2 T. D,
,W. .....~' street and Uion Place. Immediate possession given foot of Wall r to
n 1 l3days106mPictou, Also-The new three-story Houses on the south PANORAMAS OF JERUSALEM AND s16fE.K.tOLLi# & O. 56 Southoat.
mik Igtos Newark ;side of' 9th street, between Fifth, and Sixth so thPANOR AMS v COLLINE & CO. 56 South st. ALrDP rET, Vice president. tte
,Mase Try, Sdaysfm Hampton, ready for immediate occupation Aplyv at 498 Broad- HESE Panoramas are now open for exhibition at i. LIN tERPOOL. PACKETS. JOS. B. COLLINS, Secretary. s4 f Hon. Ben. F.Btler,
w it-nger waytbetween 10 and2o'helNew Rotunda, coerRof Prince and Mercer cf s o w c the fept.-rThen packet ship OA OF $25,000 FOR THE IMPROVE Hon. Gideon Lee,
R. t" is fr'omNewcasl way betTwee 10 and olueian"eks, or oo D. TN DTErM froa rda d tuitonarCehn ao hn Rathbonr, master, MENT OC TpOeIDA RT Rev.rWin. wth
I,. V 27 Merchants' Exchange. sep18 odis2w streets, Broadwa pposite Niblo's Garden.OD Re Aa
OSk.,t 43few',h Gen, UEMN 20.Tsito rt auw- Hlatt, u n THE PANORAMA OF JEIUSALEM, is a w sa as aove, her re ay. For re igat or Commirn ioners of the rCanalFun,,d, te o. h ugges,.,
.n, & lT h tExie of00 Z l,-Thas Q e Rvie tu te ubsplendid paintig, of the largestcbarderg a s opef o fo the C et e of visitore "An the Wnprovemen t D Ap e to & rea.
C g e M ay oefo r Snu be of thedina du m!dIsab ellt s Wa w. Yok.l .ofg' ,sin A ., aceofoten thousandsquare eet, paintedfrom drawings to d theuvsatliv a r S. .O.s I

witMp~l^ ^ s hr wOce .an ofn us A n ume Epdt o fu the Museum w it makdes ani4 o ld smg L aitng, ofI hela rgsdcas,N coern a chur- sa ter eqaply to th apny on A ogrd atutherno ofnty actEaNi~ESE An LE actAoAvidefor the ImpoEmetI-O K~
Dm wfiro, b "t, with ;6o. ma no e sIn this emergency we earnestly request taken Mr. Catcher wood in 1834. GOOD CO or .29, 19, hereby te tate sea o il c t se
.. kfm Trip, Howes. .otn- Beutn, with mdz#,t. that all our' distant subscribers wil send us wit, THEPANORAMA OF THEBES IN EGYPT, .. ... ;L4o 64 South at be received until Saturday, the 28th da of september, summed the duties of h
f.-&t.jubilee, MuU 4'dk "".r" ._ "_,..._..Rich.a.di.,' dela what is due from them. It is especially import edlikewise from Mr. Catherwood'sdrawings, is Tpa pCaptai.n Thomas B. instant, at 4 o'clockintheafteroon
Biroporpoile fromdiailadelphie, wrmmaze, Acoi. goroso atthmtdfsonolett e quaestsh superior, as a work of art, to any Panorama before cx-te uenoowy t ndolfooe Cropper will succeeded di sail on the 19h loan of twenty five thousanddollar, hh rsF
dial te ro ongs tal.I orrqus ehibited 15 fersb ecerti cao tokwl b sudi h nm .M.A A
:, ro f~~~~~~~~~l complied with, we shall go on rejoicing ..': -'". .. .. ... ...,-.-.-.. ). .u
NArTU-KEDA Pr^owl M a. Pcnopi with, -e shacellagoonyre.o.cingl, The Panoramas are' brnlliantly illuminated every d en FOR LcVaheL.--fNew Line.i-- of the People of M.o State of New Nork, bearing inter- dents, also those of hi,
The l ..... Soena, Rbbianh-,Ne Yo. Y.it T..rTePoasrthe n th, tdst, riut to yor fornltn a evening buy uward fr 20 t of e ligt, aNd. eprn St.A t o 1.-. an ac strti r cpe nn d al p
.--ME OU IDA^L m .. ;.o,. .... ........af...rmon...... ,g by ts 200 astoihys, nd efornaunate kefa- event Tfe 20t0pgket st a theaatd f fiv aer cen. peretnu, payble N She.radtae oe
IU rest maSrgazf~ dfom KngtnNine nthe world. It may reach 0 bAuwad
Y., ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ miis tohetn a se nir t ~eP,1t a bovudedsadgt tmo 00.Btwefaiytiona oithe pictures gien in the forenoon, afternoon, *hp SHEZat A. F.!. Peyster, quarterly, and tepicplribral tteudrhm yteOa
-mat,~ asaer enue aCutt r, e ar byrend erige, *a boivt-hunf redsstatnedo otex ct to seitgNeynohre ad thlfp100nth0vnig.f 00 usbrBuwita aoe F rfeihwleereo heC m isinrso heC na u da- ar omi'nndrq
mice.figuea i our wn tme. e hae, hoever a fture Open from 9 in the morning, till 10 o'clock in the or passage, having lions unequalled for ter the year 1860.a i eiec o
Yk eeditorinetrinino (orounconscioushlittlefellower),and evening. Admittance 25 cents to each Panorama.- splendor and comfort, on board at Orleans Itis to be understood that the Commissioners are to arrangements Rf.GC
At Haix, 4thinst. brig Louis, Hyslop,NewYor.e.itorirainin,,(poornc Books of description 12 1-2 cents. api tf wharf, foot of Wall or, be atliberty to take a less sum, if the offers are not scla,'
"Bwo N or The brig to judge from the skill with which even now he extracts F.SIG N T U E FO. ... .....................
the B1ma J n .t swet frm.heles.al..e.nvloe.threi FLUTSHIN#G INSTITUTE,' FOR THE EPUCr. E. K. CO & CO., 56 South at. such as intheiropinionare advantageous to the interests o h om
le, C hnen,- h..... s ov up._-T O YUvelopes,,tuere-iseever; Made nd ad'lle (
-r. ,, te aVaTp reason to tik he wll show as good taste as we have The packet hip of the State.
. Sc&,Wr. Bryt, eetelsTes,1tu.done in winnowing the wheat from the Foreign Meaa- REV. J. F. SCHROEDER, D. D Rector. rida and sail 2 2hOct t s3 The proposals may be for t'he whole oroany part of lessons in Vocal and
'-PoKEN, ship Narragapsett, at Boston, from Liver- ines From the same data we iormi'a hope thatmore TnHIS. SEMINARY, to be openedon te first day FOR LN The fast sailing A '0 said oan notless than$10,000. Allproposals to be and Guitar); aso, in
Ap0i!, ieorts having spoken the steam ship Liverpool, of it may stick to his fingers in the operation. B it of October next, will offer many peculiar advantages, otoppere ofOd vanedeBritishB.leenuploansed.in n menveloen d
"a the 31st ult., lit. 46,long.42,, we` ray that no renmittance now due may be postponedi for establishing the health, maturing the moral and in- HENY 1. s master c the Comptrle a
RoijDENC : brig Harri to the next geneiition tellectual d4cipline, and promoting the pr ent kappi- have immediate despa abo Forfreigh ct o Th o notie of the a e ne of t p os ;OD A 1
.. :, =- .. rr--eTh c f th M rim. Or Glob Ilut at esaindter inal wefavore f asuh youngrlse as nomayov r npmassa eappw nly tog= & _nOhe money w. _eirdt ep~ sflos:
,F.pa', f LwErpol, ep.c Ca-,-itole, Smith Nyok e,&c &c-, is at No. 279 Chetnut street, one door be admitted members Of the Jnstitute.. In all itS plans au26i-i''2 Broad st. one furmrt in tnoc day thereafter one fourthei teno o auGOLD t ND-
N W]tD', RDS'Erpiei; i5-r lvt], mihb erk. west of, ., Nint stet mtn op th norh _s, de a careful reference has been had to the experience of -OR LO ......ts Vessel-.. The daysrthereafter;dand the renaie; ne fourth mi ten a6t
fl~mCmi ottenbu ij '' F.LTTES&C., w '~ildt act aaents ..e ..sd ,ttuton are.< rvte and no .p.k. ..~oJ~wlodn frteaoeok atBnktAliy. o.. .. .. Bn o te. ', .1NS
--ri heu, Foser, -AMlessna ncrl do, Periodc and other wo t 'h pfa to rae nde it, Jim anlrsets, wat pqrand having motf e' engaged, will have Manhattan Company inh the cikty hoz'i..E.!.T C.,.d lu t a gn od e t, ppw asa,. oYorkteabv or tt tak tAo ther, ak fte .IS
N"Y;te MStrangewrmi Knight, SCIENCE AND ART, is" published eveiT montd'.. Aneretwih"afr ", tin Orboard. at OtLesna whr ,or to Th....odi eidn nte a n d eaeR
Dnu~kvat~er, Kingston,_ Bgme, earse; C~on- by ,,. LITTEL &, CO. ,-, vv,, ?,o,]a 27 er abesinu strenet ...i.. *"'*'-r their bes~te opportunities g to utivote thei minds am' E K.t COLLIN & Cu, 56 South s Districts, and those residing out of the. .State, will re- So celebrated at the
dor, lHodges Gan~ges,A Al~bsny, Scudder, and delphia, at SixIDollr year, ayabl in. advnce-^ nfr their chalraceri anpldgedto e those wof may. WA TEb, ceive thelinterest i the sto'k heldhbythem, quarterly, Broadway, Canal strei
Transport, Crowell, Alban,; m. Roscos, Sherwood; fismtntsuhscnibers are requosm to'remit a $5 note confide ther cilre. an o) wards o~o o the. Reto ofR m rcn this0 or )0 rs t h ako t eM n atn o~ n ,i t ec f I R S L w e
i~tncy, Ohace, Convoy', C1rowell, Cicero, Niekewson; on account. Institute,* .... that theoservalson wll pa,,rtake of, everbbeefhimt, A, ~n, framperican V hesl of200 ofrope i. Nttew Bank of alther Manchodwattaopni the Newy Yofk OR SalE-Pewrc
Homr, fleed, and BeV1nevlec, Nicpron, N,.ork. Wit thme year 183 begins the.Seve~nt Volmme ofea thtrisobsdervatio a xeinema nbehmt Apply to buRtINEL fo apoTUR C. SaeBn in thecSout of uoeNwYr;al ote AtchldesatheNe or Paul' Church.
rhip M arcia Cleave., Murpliey, 1,m Li ve rpool. N ew Series, complete sets of whih an be furnished trovid... ,,. ~ u, ..no s14- 134 Frontst Dated AIban epmbr1,83.'. ...-)
'Barque Diantbe, Williams, from Newcastle, Aug 7. at Two Dollars a volume in nu~nirs, or Two. Dollars 4THE.." TERMS f7,':or' b "oard and,.' '., ." tuition,7 areharrhundred and "t AnyE SpebeRAD10, 183. Govrnr Bed-rooms', withL
Sehr Emulous-, Smal, from' New-York. and a half, bound. The Nxew Series is begun because ,ifty d--olla... for- each sesio of.. .. twe...ty-one weeks, FLORIDA HOUSEner.ale t su lv rERBRAcoollSe paLt.m Governor. theunfurnhrgeshedrmusA tiAuuutt
Cameup~ sip. Yo,, from- Amsterd..... en e= "-e '. J. C,. SPENCER, Secretary of State.
_ept ._.-AridandrsGoenerWielegromnhi-set efmhe ld. nd theteeawilacomplshmntseilatemodeateSHIccomodius HTuLhasbeenputinaoinb.eenHOLEYSureyorGenral
.adePhia; Mary. Ann, Wass Riin Sun;, .,nPluiiifesi. CONTENTS 0? THE AUGUST NUMBER. For further particulars see the "Circular~ of the-~st-iJ. Lplete repair-new_ furniture.' bedding, &c. &c.-... TrayurGenral. 7 OOMcSa.Six o re
a dnnRyer Nor.1 Th Eils f ilethlQurtrl Rviw tute,publiuhed in the CHURCHMAN; or address, by mail, and is now open for the receptq ofViSi~,udrteWLI AL tonyGnrl I ae ihbe
.Cleared, brig Measenger, Mayo, for Symraa; schr. 2 Ferdinand dand.Isabella, Jc. the R~evDr. SCHOEDbER, N5' aew York All lretters su~perntnend-enc-eof-te-unde 'gard, who pledges hnm. s3 D2w Commissioners of the Canal Fund. elegantly furnished r
W ave, New-York. 3 W oman's MLission, Atheneum foni ,atr Set m e h ret e drce to slfNo t co d c th'salh eta oscr to a t Rar~erences exoha
SA.M St.14Card schr Ocean, Wiline- 4 An Expedition up the Quota, with Lander, Unite4 Flusaing, Long Island,,N. Y. ....a character equal to any m in Southern country. G' ENESEE VALLE.Y CAN.AL.--NOTICE.-- TO" LET I-
4o LMj New- or laed Service Journal. IJ. A steamboat plies .between. New York and N. B.-Good stabbing for Horses, and attentive Ost- S ealed proposals will be received by the C anal wel fumn'.,',,
Clarloswsor, 5 Rv._ Sydney' Smi'th's Works, Spectator. Flushing twice every day, leaving the foot of fulton len. One and two horse Camrmes and Saddle-Horses Commissioners of the State of New York until 5 *';I ished,
-NANTUCKET, September 12--Arrived, Cris,6 Old'Morgan at Panaa, Bent). Miscellany. street, N Y. every morning and evening, and coaches for hire. WILLI AM W.. OATES. o'clock P. M. on Saturday the 5th day of October next, .mr.Llowerpart of. th(
Deawson, and Senator, Robbins, New York. 7 The War in the East, Monthly (bronicle. run twice a..da from the f ootof.Peckslip, N. York, St. Augustine, Aug. 10, 1839. au27 I aw2m for. constructing four composite Locks, Nos. 1, 2, 4 *addaess -at this

PORTLAND, Sept. 13- -Arrived, brig Pensacola, 8 Malcolm's Travels, Monthly review. and stop at the Post U ice in W illiamsburg live mm- "T r CAVENDISH HOTEL-LONDON ano d, on tne iansvmle side-cut ot the Denesee Valley i _u
Kilgore, from Havana. d" The Throne, Spectator. tes. Ferry-boats are continually passing between NO. 81 Jermyn street, S. James', near St. James' Canal, recently under contract to Messrs. Ditto, 3, HOUSE W
PHILADELPHIA, September 17- Arrived, brig 10 Hill Coolies, do. Grand street and Wiiamsburg, both by day and int Pk ,Buckigham Palace. Childs & Company, as stone Locks. I] wanted to rent,
....PHILADELPHA' ^P1e ,, lu ." ^ the evening. au5 tf T~n^A^WW^^ .. ..... The new contractor to receive payment for that por- .JS town, within
Linoln, Rictker, East~ort; scrn Ajax, Stewart, Cuba, 11 The War in India, do. t evening. THOMAS HUNTER begs most respectfully to ap- l n of s Locks r t e n
,Lincolr-nU, AWT W Rick...erd~, Esphtiononly dof.rmann t dn ns oofonlie. dr
SHe Stewart, M hgan, Robinson, anSPa hAffa, neFLUSHING AND NEWTOWN STAGES. priteAne a tdn hat s t kethe imateri imus i e
pris Anemicn gStewartistinMLcnonthanh, asoaketheoateialnrecivemfrmtsadpeviusocn-Qica
C New York. 13 Aurora Islands, Atheneum. Fall Arrangement. entered on the above very eligible situated Hotel, and tract h estimate of the Chief Enneer.
eared-Brigs Porpoise, Cowing, Portland; schrs 14 The Present Social Distractions, Spectator. On and after September assures them that the strictest ettention will be paid to n, the TO LET fro
S-h kll Tow-nsendNYork 15 Portuguese Slave Trade, do. 16th, the Stages will leave their convenience and comfort, and feels satisfied the ar- Also, fnor constructing 4 Bridges on sections Nos. h .. l r H otel, wit
Sehuykill Tow"n"" ieBntdis ice,,, and 36, north of Mount Morris, and 14 bridges on
BAL TIMOR E, Sept,.er i ,,Ar e o brigOce- 16 The Samphire Gatherer's Story, Bentley's Miscel-. A-Minne S. Rapelyea's and rangements he has made, will able him to conduct sect iNo^ 3 ad o on 2 3 4 a 5 o t e, known i
B T O S Dost; arh, Burrow do ar 1 lay. P Flushing Hotels, at half past seven o'clock, and T. B. the establishment on such moderate terms as will Danvildc s .t uer th rnlro
ln r, 9stn; Mall, Crow Hartforn; Jo-17 Nicholas Nickleby, Nickleby Pers. Lowerre's Hotel, Newtown, at eight o'clock, A. M., ensure their continued pattoage. s14 3m sel^ .ded posa, wil as be rc.v by.k r the railroad
sph aelen Hem, d b y Packet, York; E Dor- 18 ack Shepard, Bentley's Miscellany. for New York, by way ofWilliamsburgh: and return STORHOUSE-. T I abcribers wll .be glad to until Wednea te 9t of O reeve y at e o repairs
s~nyn'- enW ,aiy o*o-, ..19 Murray's ravels in America and Cuba, imtator g-1 leave John D. Keating's, corner ofPeck Slip and oe i of New-York
S d. 2 ge and Size of Trees, Chamber's Journa tertreet, New York, at four, P. M., for Newtown make arrangements with families or for single P. M., for cons
sey,'Ituckle, m rd-o ..a -' ..n. ..J.m" JJ.. ~ wko, pM .. rooms on resnbe term for nhes Winter. s m ain lin o.,forcn~uuthe GeeremValleyCnal, mtexten, .. ..
ALE3,AtNDRIA, Septer 13--Sailed, brig Flor- 21 'Memoirs of Henry Grattan, Spectatoru.si n c i P p F rooms, on reasonable terms for eA nSTETSONr. msn line of the tenorth endothi on t
n .os fo --ton; schr Atlantic, NYork. ".t ,naoon Stage.-A Sta- will leave Flushing a 0S] 03w (about miles convenient two
etember 1--Arived, brigs Mary Helen, NYork; OUR GLOBE ILLUSTRATED. halfpast three o'clock, and ewtown at four every af-5 les no ast of Cuba Aegany .
Cobiubi, B06pa;; e*br Edwin Vincent, Two Polys, We respectfully ask the attention of our subscribers temoon, for New York; and leave New York every ARRIAGE WANTED.-Any person having a to the 'uheth Alle Rive a to 17 a i C- me nt;wth
adI Hemy Clay, NYork; Firm, New Bedford, Sam- to the advertisement of this work on the second page of morning at eight o'clock for Newtown and Flushing, C Carnriage for sale, that has been but little used, aof thewit g ..wiandinshot
,, ,, m a ~y fi n d a p u r c h ause r o u n ede W l t a lo xeN ou.e2s ,4 Lu ee r
Wl., Boston. the cover of "The Museum." The great variety of crossingGrandstreetFrry. Box No. 224 Lowertdau s Coun tee el e e q an ti N
-- thiled'rPot' NewYok. its subjects, the good style in which they are executed, Passengers going in these stages will be called for Post Office. s12 arug s C t t e w a .,, y
S i d- e r P t r s, N w Y r .ts ub e t, t e g o st l in w i h g eatonr s i g G a d sr e e r .m y fn a ur l se b ad r s i ganxN 2 o e d Bucts khsead is, p uride sn to te sapo l ,e e rs Deamshmo ati n. is eNo.
,.O ORGETOWN, D. C., September 16-Sailed, and the cheapness of the price, are suc recommenda- at any reasonable distance about the city without ex. ACKET SHIP GARICK FROM LIVER- Alse for cnstrctin 17 Comosite Lcks on the which the present occ
s06rNuiwac,.Johno. NVwA&. tons that it is sure of great and rapid success. There trachargc, Fare to Flushing, 50 CENTS. J POOL.-This ship will commence discharging nortionofCan be specieu with, were they not a
.- O^.tsabe.r 14-Arrived, schr Van is, we are confident, no doubt of its steady progress. All agage at the risk of the owners, under genea order thei w s i n i nt T C onsig'1".i9 0 0inc l veu a9 2 aw ty
n fom Newl o -O. Subscriptions received at $6a year, by Messrs CAR- s176t BENJAMIN C. BYRD, Proprietor. wishing to avoid the expense of public store, will Feeder ALABL
i ione Venice, Bosto. V1LLS 08 Broadway, and E. LITTELL & O. ro0 THE LEGAL PROFESSION.-A firstrate please send on board their permits instead of orders. Also, for 6Composite Locks, numbered from 78 to d FOR SALE-
': (tdShrTadde, New York. h ladelphia. ,, r, L Libra, comprising a good selection of the best s7 83Ainclsive, situated in or near the town of Caneadea. the Dwelling
HaZN Libray, o eeto f'h et83:mncluaive, itatdi n rna h ono anae. "teDeln
rt H br rque Ader, and br.ng Plymouth, A NEW GOODS, AND VERY CHeAfol. reports in Law and Chancery, of the English and QHIP LOUIS PHILIPPE, FROM HAVRE.- Also, for the Bridges on sections 76 to 81 inclusive, gether with the Groun
)(aw Ynk, h.eoe ump James River. A.E.T. T. STEWART & CO. have opened the fol- American Courts, is offered for sale. Among these are 0 Consignees per the above vessel are requested to and on sections 83 and 84. a Garden well stood:
'-BW -S s G l BlIasJaanmica. lowing cheap and desirable Goods, viz: all the Reports of the Courts of this State. There is send their permits on board, st foot of Rector street, or Also, for the Culverts, Waste-wiers and Cesspools trees, raspberries, gra
September I5--Arnived, sra PacIfic, Stongton; Plain blue black Poult de Soie, only 4s d per yard. also a great variety of books on the doctrines and prac- to the office of the subscribers, without delay. on sections 76to 86 inclusive, sary out-buildings, al
WiqJ*Glwwy, NYork. Super fig'd changeable do. 4s 6d. twice of the Law in the various branches of thie proves N.'B.-All goods not petmitted in 5 days will be Sealed proposals will also be received until the time garden in the rear oft
CHARLESTON,- ept. 14-Arrived, ship Sutton, Extra rich brocade Silks, very heavy, only 6s per sion. It will be sold entire. For other particulars, or sent to the public store. last above mentioned for constructing 37 Farm Bridg- 120 feet.
Baima, from New-feM;brigs Moses, Loveland, do; yard. to view the library, apply to P. V.R. STANTON, C. BOLTON, FOX & LIVINGSTON, es, 3 double track road Bridges, and 13 single track Also, other real eat
PhabeUa, BRiprds, do, Elegant French Broche Thybet Shawls, at 86 to 10 Front street, Brooklyn, near the Fulton Furry. sl6 22 Broad at. road Bridges on different sections of the main line be street, and valuable
12 each. s17 d2w
A' A N NA HWSept. 12-Arrivedphip, Celis Ham- $G e dc r ,r co ,T Will be its a.. das, tween No. 52 (near Nunda Village) and No. 75, about square, on Greene str
.... .,o. G ro s eO dier, n ew style dark colors. L O T H IN G A T W H O L E S A L E F J C O O R5 ile s above P ortale R oad .
ew-Yok. A great variety of rich and new style printed Mus- .LSTORY OF C STIAN CHURCH, 5 miesabove
.i N w.g* .--AedbrigPeter DemifidNANT & CO, 81 Cedar street, u stairs, near fromthe Ascesion Et t 81 Cedar street the Conversion Ao, for a Feeder, Dam and Bulkhead at Wiscoy Free from all mcun
DANO EN, eti. 10-A.rved, brig enter Demil, m lin de Lames and Chaiys P Broadway, have on hand a large stock of- fresh manu- of Constantine, by the late R .Burton, D. D., Re. Creek. m For terms, which w:
NewYL .. .... Several cases of Paris Fancyd Gods. fractured Clothing, forming a complete assortment of gius Professor of Divinity i4n eofOford. toibe of Oinishe The Bridges on the ma1e dne north of Mount Mor-
ST. AUQUSTINE, Sept. 6-Arrived, schr Daniel Do. Feathers and Flowers. almost every style usually required for the Southern irst American ition,'th^or ris to befinished by the 1st day of June 1840 -those Hudson August 26
,. siterfrom New-York. Together with a f sso'ment of ens, F an-d Western trade, whih they offer for sale on liber Occasioa N te and.. .-- r.e. o on the Danvillesde-utcluding alsothe Lock on, U
.,ls, Hosiry, Blankets, Gloves,DamasknH y.aal terms, thyon al ,an Q t ,W 1, 2, 4, and 8,by the 1st of October, 1840:,and P N
apsl&c. &c. all of which have been selected ter e4 Use of Schools and College W am te
LOTHSANDCASSIMERES-OTIS&MA t work between Nunda Village and the Allegany River, s 's
6n O lNown S i aR.-sA.sfurtner supply of Por d wi great care, and will be sold at extremely low Doa alee, h .fhealolese w by the 1st day of July, 1842e mnof oond, L at Th
LOand On P ine oi b doed durng th prices." s18 SON, No. 51 Exchange Place, have for sale-- cipal of ft..Wary's sal. h, Pe .s propo s d f w must include the expense goodOuildng. sites.
'-WTOWN.PandPinPfinesora br,yd. ,London extra superfine wool-dyed black Cloths- s14 W IL Y & PUT* P 11 Broadway. of materials necessary for the construction of the sam e eels to sui urhe
ue j ric sold in lots to srmt purchasers, and at re. N hebshetorWtreP tapPlSnF400 rees. b viable en, rifleSn, boles dahlia, claret, dTRONOMiAL IN &c.- Nccordingto theplansand specifications to be exhibited
d0epr-ceift En t eC'., 20 Broad yt.- Apply to Mr. JOHNSTON, at Elmore's, Esopus, Ul" myrtle'drae-necbrownandu oliv.... .L1'Tra nsits fr LondonI f f Lon,- at the time of receiving proposals. se,10P2wo
ster.oun sep17 wlSpriesdmdligbus lcs rwns.on, .ari an,.may F- of u ), Prlhices for excavation and embankment will be con sp0 w
Al a- Scetch, B utrton, and London Pale Ale, qts. steer C county. P olives, greens, rifles, and other colors. R essis, T 'u ghtqn & .M n, Plopel make ;" s id e se a sforex incl din th expense o trim min a Cl TO R A G E 500 b:
a. fte.;do. on draught, received per brig Shellmeller, ")IRDS OF NORTH AMERICA.-WM. A. Super London fancy Cassimeres, wool-dyed, togetherwith aWla.kge aess t; s .nsta u- turning the banks. of, ,can betaken i
frem sagow. s818 UCOLMAN, 205 Broadway, has just received A A blacks and blues. s13 1w menta, Mathematical ar Mmic, ook; tor Security will be required forth narfo nce of the 5 Jones Lane. Ale

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Swa : -.'A_ co ti -.
8POI42ill thill toD
^cicl eson i As 's ditio to ithe 'ir Was, f BK A
ifrcandle education. Also, to seto ato.te f s
accounts, and to write up books. NaleRt .ofh S g1>_to
action through which the pupil and to transfct a 0g=-1 Mi.._
tactical; and the persn ofgoods auiness.
about three weeks to 8test o a B
ep correctlyandeleganfl W.Ri&nof aro ..
I.. W R.-T D. _vo. ..
ally opens, conducts, '-" At 12 o'-lok, at the- r
cArhip accounts; has brought .... t ." --,J-.. a
iundred different busifiestranAKa. .eeiW
is a subject of remark, er -. o f, wm in ter to
becomes familiA. with i "'.-,.
n actual use or refereoce,,soithlb^ ll^or
sheets, various Mercante ca-le .ha-s-s^-
of Payments, Discount, and In- '. i-,'i 8160"a t
surance, &c, &c. I..' th
.RSH'S WORKS,frm' -: '-
in N. Y. P. S school.)
0uble Entry Book-keeping i atbe&;,^ J. l^ !^
workeig% eaditien, 200 e-
...t .-t.. ..'of '00-$
Entry Book-keeping, Improved tes=t__i.,. nS- i. f
the Proof of Balance,?" 130 pa. Se 35H.!^ffflff S ^I& t
Std of Boo k-kepin
neat pamphlet, 48 pa. 2mto.; '^^.jB'' j.f
*14 6 lo
several years an Instructor -by Co
lemy, proposes giving lessons or seventy fi e f
of Mathematics in the city of noweorlte f Daniel ,
five feet, noriBr l .es .
ving opportuwnities as cadets will 3d. Also, certain ato lf '.|i---
he Miltary Academy with ad Bradford county,an
are preparing themselves for Ci- One tat, e ntii4.'. g n s ,
thoro'bly inetructe in the pre. "-cJ. !.i-
thematics. In
ven to a limited number of pu- .
me 1st of October. For tefns, 'I .,,
',ossFo Fote,
OSS, Fort Hamiiltonm, Lon Is- Also, certain e.'iorianl I
aul2 is2Bi Bradford county, State of P -?
0 Houston st. near Broadway. Aso, a certain trac' o. ls.uMi ,
LEY would inform theirpatrons ountyand sttew as b. e *. oB --
heir SCHOOL FOR YOUNG 4th. All and singular those c Ii ,
a on Monday, the 9th of Septeti. or tracts of land Otuaste- itfthe _,
d accommodations for boarding .mlyin onty iConue, m tic. River 'ar,
aymng on the Co noecticrit Rivmr' Jtf if K ^ a
the whole school. This Depart- portin of the eastem pot of .' iPby
action of a Parisian Lady, who the'State of New Umpgh .
nd who is eminentlyqualified for anid designated as tbr4 j
; u '' -,]<. .ing 10,000 acres of Iand, ]A (MtB, !:
in this iuititntion, Aevoted to (Signed) STEPHtO39IN" "
Grammar, Writing, Arithmetic, t ,=r .,, A.1:
lic. Acardof thetermsmaybe At 12 o'clek,,at
"aul9 6wis Perempto ryCh.a.. ,r
ty-Under the direedo< aw .aA
LCHOOL FOR BOYS, lot of ground with the boil'
between Houston and Bleecker ate in the present 15th ward '
street. and known as No. 41 Boi jlt
espectfully announces that the wth the building thea. n n. st
PIJVATE ENGLISH AND And also, another lot7'of
)OL -will commenceon Monday, thereon erected, and kuwu si s
led for 12 years as an Instructor L. M. HO1FMAN Ai.tivu. ,
titutions, for the last 6 years in BY L H E. HO ,'
his 4ime exclusively to the edu- Store corner 'of
iber of.upils, the subscriber can L. M. Hoffman & 15. 0It. .Oln"UtiM .t.
o the patrons of his estabUlish- Furniture Sales. .' .- ,' '
systematic course of education. TO OB3 -- '_. "-'
,1839, At 11 o'clock, in kf 't) r t. "'4 '
N. THAYER, A. M. Champaign--50 baskets = 10* .
?ERENCES: Heart brand, in perfeea ct ,, JA----
Win. P. Fumniss, Esq., Wines--1000 packageS _B, aH
F. U. Johnston, M. D., Teneriffe.Ay. and sweet X.
John B. Beck, M. D., edbl, d ef late direct nimJo mt"
Arthur Brpnson, Esq., .e-600 q0o nW rir. -W --
au222mIlmis leced from Page
pb from pro
nfdrms her friends and the pub- ?mOporto. 4 l'<
returned from Europe and re- A. ,, '.o,'. ,..o -...; : .
er school a 16 Park Place. A t 11 o'clock f rot B.. "
Pl. Sweet Malaga--60 qr cawg[pwe.
PI Tr., mTA a Teas-48 half chests y" .ya t,
'P "LAN A"GE. pouchong, 20 chests 'r.o '
VAIN informs his former stu- F ) E"': '
Lately deceaed friend, J. MA- Household Furniture-At .10 0' at ,.O ,
sons desirous to learn Frewnch .Houston street, a large assortauient -I
system, that his Evening classes niture, belonging to a family A'. S0----- .. ...
eata them to oal1, without delay, of brussels and ingraiq *..
397 Broadway, ut order to make ses, pier and centre'
will also attend a few private lamps; clocks, for Yoiung a- I.|, in ~the course and faacy chairs tea, tIklqp,
china and din set, ta 0. rAichtm
GAUVAIN will continve to give a quantit-y --cf ff.sf- ."
JnstrWmtaMusic, (the Piano waiters, '. wt ; "
French, at their usual residence steasds t'-- J Lee 'K ,
397 Braadway, nea Walker W. &r-.
of en be__ G .... '
LVER lS -W .DIA S, ...' -1" ''- W .^D.EN PELL, A&cao f. "-
o iwwa.- cT~ .C.w. 4?. ',
,' A -C B :aB -- ,,*"' -' ... S'if "Snn "? "-"' *
_'W "AT.SrAJ .U.tttW. I.
Or i At ofll'cock,infrgnt fhB l(
OF' T Musc"t and Claret .fl '
ZHITT! ; claret, 200 do'lives, lWOdC.o nico g -frm
Vea..L. ,e1 > is" .:'. the brisk Elizabeth, ftuff lB..raeil~te. W
Bt, and Bouery. -u2 fi,.ui wharf E" ii; -_ ,.:. ..'' a' .te brig Oonpe i of
No. 128 in the north aisle of St. 187 o Sa c.an y, art o ,p qua_-
Apply to 28 Beach at. s7 2w ity: rFh_ approve e Ud for
D-Wanted a Parlor and two aums o'er $100. eataioguem now redy.
one for a servant, furnished or F. .. FRIDA, t. SO "
ion below Chambers street would Mansanilla Mahogany and Cedas-l '{ "BSP of the
s box No 776 Upper Post Office. bri Carroil, consisting of 3751ovl g f -
any and 175 logs Cedam'-.oneoftii a JtrB ever
. .gentlemen can e. acc 'mpo from Mansanilla. Temia-- jo00
tfs and tea, with pleasant a pow. endorsed ne. day
.oms, by applying at 76 Walker P SreTvRi ou... '.
1.... f t e At 4 Septat .
'arlor and Bed-room adjoining,' St Domingo Mahogany--tme'cargo oftbeh p flsa-
with or without breakfast, in the eonsistina of 61 logar St. Aomingo 1..ihar',
e city, near the Battery. be1 ved to be thbst cargo that hs beehttfv, i
oice, which will receive imme- this market for ma-j years. Te-ms, 4 onro-'Rw *oa

a97 o&" over -iuu approves fq'q orsed notes. Catalogues will
ANTED.-A two story house be ready on Friday,
, near Broadway, or higher up- TUE$ Y, 24th inst. -
convenient distance of some line At of 11 o'clock ini rojt of the auction store. "
*ss box No. 776 Upper Post Of- Amontillado Sherry-5& h9 s, 40 qr casks, 1 bbias
s17 pure Amontillado Sherry, of i favorite brand fGas-
)mn the first of April next.-The ton & Gastricione, now landing ship F'rme1 rat,
th extensive Stables and Yard from C~ dz. TerJliberal. 6
Italian Marble-At 4 o'clock, foot of .ytj atreel-
is the Western Exchange. i n the the cargo f the banque Isabella,.,Efm qtW
ituatedl in the centre of business, .h~a &i b 0,' ton.'1* ^ 1
tuated iTerso0 businea h~ss siting of white veinedItaliam marjaosupenor q "ty
dTerms, $1000 a year, with and desirablesizes. Terms, 4. months in for shn s VU
pply at No. 32 Laight street, in $100 approved endorsed notes. _, : '...'
sep17 w* Ship Elizabeth-At j o'clock at tIe Merohags Vi
mrnished or unfurnished, and from change, to close a concern-The fine f6i*t atSft 6Po-
s, a new, well finished, and most pered ship Elizabeth,' 450 tons burthen, welltfW d and
Story house, with attics, base- ready for any voyage-now lies at Pis-,- EX- For
nd large tea room of two stories view of inventory and further particular apply athe
laundry, two cisterns, handsome auction room, or of Hogan & Miln, 94 Beek aaitiwes.
ry necessary and useful accom- Terms at sale. *
206 Wooster street, one of the St. Domingo Mahogany.--Imrmediately after Mr Ge-
antest situations up-town, and rard's sale, on Davis's wharf, below Wargi'e ~',~f
-upants would by no means part Brooklyn, the cargo of the brig Othello, cona '* a
bout leaving the city. 150 logs superior St Domingo mahogany. Tewnm, ur
months, for sums over $100% approved eode ,ed WO s.
;ESTATE IN HUDSON. Also, 30 logs St Domingo mahogany. 1
-The subscriber offers for sale JOSIAH RICHARDS, Aui
iouse, in which he resides, to- BY BANGS, RICHARDS*P6"-Tl-A .,
ds attached to it, which comprise r
ked with choice bearing fruit WErN nAV EVirN1NG Sept. 2s
es, asparagus, &c., andneces- At 6 o'clock, at their auction room. *
in good order; and a kitchen TLAW LIBRARY-ATT,' l1 "a d v L p *""
the d~ellmn house, being 100 by i o^ B e" ^
he dwelling house, being 100 by Library of LawBooks, embrac'ing an ex 'v- col-
ection of the beat Modem 1ori, rat" -,
ate eligible situated on Warren tonoth beyst oer .. e ,on CA w"' t
building lots east of the public Wenera.1i y. R a .... .a
'eel and Colum-bia Turnpike genraly in good csu f bndng .. .1
reet and the Columbia Tupike Among them are Peterisdorf's. Abrid ." 1 e,
abrance. London edition, Viner's do 30 vols, Amrisn
ilbe rson e a y tmon Law Digest8 v, Atkyn's Reports 3 Sv, 'a,
llb easnable, a lytoeports 2 v, Salkeld's do 3 ,Cons
83 9 HA uJN Iw odern do 12v, Duraford & East's do 8 v, b '
...... au.. 9, on Wills 3v, Dyer's do 3j, Cook do3 "v
)QU o v, OOK QO 3 1}', ff lWI
LDING SITES ON THE Reports 5 v, Wilson's Reports 3 v, Coiect juri
g the property of Ogden Hani- dica 2 v, Binney's Reports6'v, East's do 16 v,=Rt4
SNeck. At'yivate sale,160 acres of the Revisers 4 v, Woddsaon.Lectures 3v, Ctty
g's Neck. On this place, are five Criminal Law, 4 v Londow- edition, Qa"lmbe a e-
The property will be sold in par, ports 4 v, Starkie's do 3 v, Robinson's 4d .rfe-
s. For particulars apply to ports 6 v, Williais' Justice 5 v, DeUlq.. e 4 ,
E. H. LUDLOW & CO., Russell on Crimes 2 v Wentworth's r" -
13 Broad street, dex 11 vols, Henry and Memford's ReportX 4T,
ales of Cotton, or the bulk there- Digest 7 v, HorsemI's Ceveyancui' ;' ya ,
n the fire-proof stores Nos. 4 and do 6 v, Wood's do by PeW.ell S v, M kdaock'w 6e#
so, storage under the Custorm 2 v, Foublan ue'asEqLty 2 v, RuuNiY OWIMA

*""" ** ~f.

L.A bidpIrdN VER will ply con,
S4&- & .. sItantly between Barc6lay street
gIo.J MIaa. eajhi ilo Hiobbken. le NEWARK will leave C&1nal
I- *:,'- .8 wl;j- e" Istreet at4.e Oelmtmencemoalt of each hour' ana aif
[B J wited Wnw liands ',' '"hour.-and WHoboken every intermediate quarter, during
.- .'.ya nd:itm idradi,. Hdk s the day.
arfpte .M ul a Morining Prints The FAIRY QUEEN will leave Christopher street
0W. SWtU s Mtlls," Biahops Lawns at the commencement of-each hour-and half hour, a,14
5)w-&e and Jac Muslins .. Hoboken every intermediate quarter during the. day,
;e.'a p a^enad Swims Check Muslins A boat runs from Barclay street until 10 o'clock, P.
J3o ]tation Irish Poplins M y2
14 yOTd Satin Veatings and Silk Serge NEWYORK, NEWARK,
Do Woolen sob Roy Shawls and Hdkfs, all .. .. QUACKANONK.-On and
siz, es "1.*'-' i:* '- ',v- ad ~~ 'm after Sept. 1st, the Steamboat
'Ip, >: De Worsted and Cotton dio do do in-eonnectiou with the steamer OLIVE BRANCH,
., Do Black aad Colored Chenille Shawls. and at Newark; which boat will be in readiness on the ar-
.} iTdkfi rival of the Passaic, to cany passengers and freight to
., .Do n irtio plored and black Broche. Shawla Bellville and 'Acquackanonk, and leave as follows,
~~b6 Fri nn Vneatia t Siawls, new patterns viX: '.:
a Dpwartec'Ohally and Mousseline. de. Iinse 'NEW YORK. NEWARK.
h. kab., -* .--*" Foot of Barclay st. Centre Wharf.
Wit a great variety of other seasonabl4 ,%ods,. fQr 10 o'clock, A. M. 7j o'clock, A. M.
ldQhy.e pt e ,aweby 'L 4 P. M. 1k P.M.
S. ODFEY PATTISO CO. -On Sunday the PASSAIC will leave-
.. No. 19 William'dt.. up stairs. 9- o'clock, A. M. 1 7j o'clock, A. M.
ST "P. Iy.LUaE & VOL'Z No. 34 Beaver st 4 P.M. : | 2 P.M.
L ofertr sate ",.t Fare to Newark, 181 cents; to Bellville, 25; to
S. WINES AND LIQUQ Acquackanonk,.31i cents.
B20 1Bas in1ida Cin, Black II ~^a nd; a superior All kinds of freight taken on reasonable terms.
"" -Wte'l Weia .Wmn .' Paula & Son, of Rotterdam. au28
S oh 4f pipes Old Bordeau4 Brandy, J. J. Dupuy. NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD,
.30 aaf.ipes, Bordeaux Brandy, J. 3. Dupuy, of
'-o .So u White Wine. :I
SU E RR EE.aret."
:- oit^laret, of superior quality. SUMMERARRANGEMENT.
50 ca m t. On and after the 17th day of June, the cars will
.t ',:leave the City Hall, Walker street, and Harlem, at 6
*' mah CIhaampaigne, Damnotte brand o'clock, 7, 8, 8,9, 9, 10, 11, and 12, A. M., and 1
an .excoe tr*i--e o'clock, P. M., and then every half hour, till 8 o'clock.
5c Tae TeM.'rekin"o. "The Cars will leave the City Hall and Fifteenth
Also-_lO l~ Java Coffee. street every ten minutes, from 7 o'clock, A. M., till 8
10 caska Mders, Crop Ombro. o'clock, P. .
a ixi~n'l P aris Green, The following are the rates of fare:
37 cask, Q(a) enSe al From City Hall. From Harlem.
8 csks ulpWhate- o Soda Jel4 To Fifteenth st. 6jgcts. To Yorkville, 6e cts.
._1T~_SE L CO. 33 Fine street, offer Yorkville, 18c ets. Fifteenth st. 18- cts.
lehflown f.esh.im.por.. .. Fortysecond st. 12jcts. Forty secondst.121cts.
"P f 1 .the folowlingfresh imported British Drn Harlem, 25 cts. City Hall, 25 cts.
.: .. Fare on Sundays between City Hall and Forty-se-
CXGi;n itatac cond street and intermediate places, 12 cents.
Van i r.foan y do a C ie7 J. S. WHIGAM, Superintendant.
,ite olermos and Saxony Cloth
Cths, blue.and assorted colors, various qua- NEW JERSEY RAILROAD & TRANSPOR-
'.,. ., a citiess TATION COMPANY.
F iPE s, blue ad assorted colors Newark, Elizabethtown, Rahway, and New Brunswick.
fl wBlk ad SBls a doe "
Sle rseys; Bluf _Stra. %",W. WNW I M
fine and, uperfine
34 aa B i, blace and assorted colors (From foot of Liberty street, New Yoik.)'
d" lackadassLeave New York. I Leave New Bntawick.
l At 9 o'clock, A. M. daily. At 7 o'clock, A. M. daily.
.._S Pkowlr 41 P.M. do. 12" noon do.
T-.ta n haw4 it P.M. do. 9 'P.M. do.
S' .. On Sunday, the 6 P. M. trip from New York, and
iA'. and,'. "n __7 A. M. trip from New Brunswick, are omitted.
Silk eud Oa tdI Fare between New .York and Elizabethtown, 37j
S.peioc SM nnetsi cents; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cents.
Ma&s i and Verona dkfs i NEWARK ACCOMMODATION LINE.
lA Voeldvets W(Foot of Courtlandt st., N. Y.)
Also- Leave New Y4ork. "Leave Newark.
Blankets, London Duffill, various qualities; twilled At 9 o'clock, A. 5 o'clock, A. M.
with Fancy e-O4,m'W1it '*Green, Blue, and Scarlet 11 7 7
Macimw so* M eBlakets. jy23 Im 2 P.M. 9
8 4th ES, &c.O 300 dozen Madeira of venous brands il P. M.
Snd vintages, from 7 to 60 years old. 3
IW'-o Browat Shenry do do do do 51 "
'100 do Palo do do -do do do On Sunday, leave New Yoik, foot of Liberty street,
100 0d .p-i of superior quality. 94. M. and 41 P. M.; leave Newark, 1 P. M. and 10
"eq WLhet~iua.n' g J'.iateau Mirgaux, Palmer P.M.
lg aa LaFitte, St. Julift, La Tour, &c. &c, Night Line, (Sundays excepted.)
100 cases Sauterne, Lych's, Barsac, &c. Leave New York at 12 o'clock P. M.; and leave
100 do 'it'da.OUra e Newark at 10 o'clock, P. M.
100 ', Bt-m' 4y,HRcmnee,Conti, Chaimhnin, &c Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 371 cents.
100 'dI Jefirtajpredand white. Passengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket
S100" :do Cote Rte, and 6her French W.es. Offices, receive a Ferry Ticket grat is, besides prevent-
500 do Ohampenpe, Clicquot an;dper favorite ing confusion and delay after crossing the river.
brands ,'- I7 Tickets are received by the conductors only on
1M0 do RHeait= hoclimeimer, Jq inesberger, Ru- the day when purchased.
...t er, Marcob .. Ltebfraumilch, The Town Tracks in the City of Newarkhave been
c. slle. _.. underlet, and passengers will be carried to and from
100 do C i t uscat, Cypnis, Sweet the Depot to meet the arrival and departure of the
Salaa, St. Lucar, &c. trains for 6Q cents each. my27
Aso-20 i"e.d l, Oterd, Duu & Co. i, Ai7-n IIT

wty ,Eas t1Ii*-Arrak; Shrub; ROAD LINE-DIRECT.
:Olddy EtOld a a coma V ia Newark,.New Bruinswick, Pnrinceton and Trenton.
Apdre, Ro
-Aeat. o ,B410 WPM ;I
the a@pve for en draft aseas in
UNKR' ; CO., t.aien fla e. 1 .' Lea. New York, from the foot of Liberty street, daily,
ttl~J As A~~s 134 Front st at 9 o'0bc an dM, and at 4 o'clock P. M.
o'e ++ .. Fare trolikh.^th lines, $4.
,eb,-s gA -,e hin Copper, as.. .sorte, Faroto Trentir'$2,50; to Pinceton, |^"
fi W St hh oqg p to 2 o Passengers wil procure their tickets ah,%t-ffice,
IGO aid I8gJl0Bs tawh foot'of Liberty sreet, where a commO-yi team-
bals nte, a~~.le"Wol ,*o boat will be in readiness to convey them" to Jersey
_I _tevideWM-"Pra r.ofd Hide.r CitmWlrith baggage crates on board.
r Wes Ntria Sin-; R- B4 .on- %Philadelphia baggage goes through without being
tepe OF,. Oilo -. opened by the way
1ic as nd 1. 2 I'^ ? itBfi Each train is provided with a Ladies' Car, in which
--Riolo are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for their
S. ". --. use.
,q -h-iujkueiP l t proof Bm randy Returning, the Lines will leave Philadelphia at 8j
aI ne ..l' e : o'clock, A.. and 5 P. Ms5
S fCaaon Silks, .consisting a
iv1it a'Sdte SenshawsL, Levan. w
f Ma "c"M lai ndV figured Hdkfs,
d jm MLC-tw .1= k Camlets, Crape Daily, (Sundays excepted,) at 7 o'clock, A. M. from
rM 1d&. jyi8 pier No. 2, North River.
...bacl ma"iOfersale, in ltto I By steamboat INDEPENDENCE to South Am-
ao-.-bthw ,q tews a large as- boy, from thence to Bordentown, via Railroad, and
.e. ... "' i "from thence in steamboat, and arrive in Philadelphia
itf, ibi ttsesidsIo haa C cask and arrels t 2 o'clock, P. M.
ii, d butts, a, h, r. cak and barr Fare in the above line, $3. Forward Deck Passen-
in caeso one gen each, part very old gers to Philadel hia, i82,25.
h kPe, be i gold, in various l3ckages the 7 o'clock boat, via Railroad to Hightstown, from
-"'.&_" do do". glass thence to Freehold by stages. Fare to Freehold, $1j.
w m p h&.._m eand qr. casks TRyNTON LINE--By the 7 o'clock boat. Fare
k-mk one dozi otled a t Oporto to Trenton 2.- Forward deck passengers, $1,50.
VS *,'^ dff baaaim d Camary Fare to Perth and South Amboy, 50 cents.
i I a-nd-i Ma-ln gaes I- 1RA BLISS, Agent.
d,'SriS r Ym 4.nd Gbrave Breakfast and dinner on board-50 cents each.
ch d white hermitage All Baggage at the risk of its owner. mhl8
.i4 ; iW iAMn, Bucel a do LONDON LINE OF PACKETS.

dchA&~Srkn ;^~i 1 To sail on the 1st, 10th and 20th of every month.
m .ml MdiChuret, in wood and glass This Line of packets, will hereafter be composed
.e: of the following ships, which will succeed each other
SA.L .. in the order in which they are named, sailing punc-
kl4Pg 'aAu-wn Stiut, qs anad p tually from New York and Portsmouth on the 1st,
Ai Eglish Pale Ale, do 20th end 20tb, and from London on the 7th, 17th. and
Priaw. .Sqas, of various brands 27th of each month as follows:
SMJf..'8i8s Cerks do From N. York. From Lond. 4- Ports.
Smdie iS. 9s, different sizes Jan. 1Feb.17 Feb.20
d-"r T o- a --( y 1 ST. JAMES, June17 June20
aid be 1" -' : Sept. 1 S. Sebor. Oct. 17 Oct. 20
S Jan. 20) t Mar. 7 Mar.10
ox $. Preserves May 20> GLADIATOR, July 7July 10
a Se.pt20) Thos. Britton. (Nov. 7 Nov 10
.e.. 10 Mar. 27 Apr. 1
SRQOC.adde." different June10 QUEBEC. July 27 Aug. 1
S' Oct. 10 F.H. Hebard, Nov. 27 Dec. 1
Sa_.O es I. Feb. 20 (Apr. 7 Apr.10
1;wielS^ June 2 WELLINGTON. eet. Oct. 20 D. Chadwick. Dec. 7 Dec.10
wre attention, aad Mar. 10 Apr. 27 May 1
eata ll July 10 SAMSON. Aug. 27 Sept. 1
SIat.d 81 Broad st. Nov.10) Russell Sturges. Dec. 27 Jan. 1
,^.'.," ., pr. ) May 17 May 20
', as ,dftat, round Aug. 1.> ONTARIO. Sept.17 Sept.20
ai d extl Dec. 1) Henry Huttleson. (Jan. 171Jan.20
l^l~-2 plates; 240 These ships are alil of the first class, about 600 tons
iy biilo English' burthen and are commanded by able and experienced
Ha4sii Shee navigators. Great-care will be taken that the beds,
S" aitores, &o. are of the best description. The price of
9Mig l edal. Tin Plats, Cabin passage is now fixed at $140, outward for each
: .dult, Which includes wines and liquors. Neither the
'ksWa&f- 'aptains nor the owners of these packets will be re-
'1l. spousible for any letter. narAsla. ar vnanclka asmtt hv

The roprietors ol- several ines of Pacets b-
tween New York and iverpool, have arranged for
their sailing from each port on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th,
aud 25th of every aMith; the ships to succeed eaocn
other in the following order,, viz : "

'1` ~ X ;i "
1Bo .. &t

o m p
tO'- tO-'-' tOi.-'. "-' to--
3 C C C- C: -J -U CO .-:

* 'O UC u.- U' i CO.C "i b,,C-- ,C. -."

to CD '
W t 0, = 1.-C-1 t W o -41-1 -
i-~WW IP EOM.l-V~tOr-t wW~

S-1 Mt- tO w 41
m cS i 1- Cu O CA .-i I-' U'COC -s Cu' co w C H. 'g

-~ >- MtO-l- MtO- i- t ^^-l tO

1oC~-11 C'C Cja 1 -1 i Co i-' 1-1 Cue ii CJ C
(OW'l rOit r. -n

These ships are all of the first class, and ably com-
manded, with elegant accommodations for passengers.
The price of passage from New York to Liverpool, is
fixed at $140, and rom Liverpool to New York at 35
guineas, including wines, stores and bedding. Neither
the captain or owners 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 Cambridge.
GOODHUE & CO. or 64 South st., N. Y.
Agents for ships Westchester, Virginian, Sheffield,
and United States.
ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st., N. Y.
T. & I. SANDS & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ship Shakspeare, Independence, Roscoe
and George Washington.
134 Front st., N. Y.
Agents for the ships Roscius, Siddons, Sheridan,
and Garrick.
E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st., N. Y.
WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool.


To sail from New York on the 8th, 16th, and 24th,
and from Havre 1st, 8th, and 16St of every month.
From New York. From Havre.
Mar. 8) (April 16
June 24 > Ship IOWA, (new) W. W. Pell, Oct. 16) (Dec. 1
Mar. 16) (May 1
July 8 > Ship L. PHILIPPE, J. Castoff. Aug. 16
Oct. 24) CDec. 8
July" 16 Ship BURGUNDY, D. Lines. SMay 8
750 tons. Sept. 1
Nov. 8 750 tonsDec. 16
April 8 ) ( May 16
July 24> Ship RHONE, J. A. Wotton. Nov. 16 (Jan. 1
April 16 Ship DUTCHESSE d'OR- June 1
Aug. 24 LEANS, A Richardson. Sept 16
Nov. 24 (Jan.,8
April 24 New ship VILLE DE LYON June 8
ADecug. 16 800 tons, Chas. Stoddard Oct. 1
Dec. 8) Jan.16
Au. 4 Ship FRANCOlS Ist, W. C. JunOct. 18
Aug. 24 ThompsonOct. 8
Dec. 16 Thompson. Feb. 1
May 16) (July 1
Sept. 8> Ship EMERALD, Wm. B. Ome, < Oct. 16
Dec. 24 (Feb. 8
May, 24 Ship SILVIE DE GRASSE, L. July 8
Sea t Weiderholdt, 650 tons. Feb. 16
June 8) July 16
Sept. 24 Ship POLAND, C. Anthony.0 Nov. 8
Jan. 16 -. LN (Mar. 1
June 16) (Aug. 1
Oct. 8 ,Ship ALBANY, J. Johnson. < Nov.16
Jan. 24) Mar. 8
These vessels are all of the first class, and ably
commanded, with elegant accommodations for passen-
gers, comprising all that may be required for comfort
and convenience, including wines and stores of, every
description. Goods sent to the subscribers at New
York, will be forwarded by these Pckets free of all
charges, except those actually incurred.
s26 22 Broad st.


To sail' from New York and Liverpool in the fol-
lowing order:
From New York. Liverpool.
Ship INDEPENDENCE, (Aug. 7 Sept. 25
Ezra Nye, April 7 May 25
Ship ROSCOE, Sept. 7 Oct. 25
C. G. Glover, Jan. 7 Feb. 25
ver, May 7 June 25
Ship G. WASHINGTON, Fect 7 NovM 25
Hy. Holdredge, June 7 July 25
Ship SHAKSPEARE, (Nov. 7 Aug. 25
Edward Cornell, July 7 Apr. 25
These ships are all of the first class, ab y command-
ed, with elegant accommodations for passengers. The
price of passage from New York to Liverpool is fixed
at $140; and from Liverpool to New York at 35 gui-
neas, including wines, stores and bedding.
Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible
for any letters, parcels, or packages, 'unless regular
bills of lading are signed therefo* Apply to
Agents, 134 Front st., or
se 18 Liverpool.

Louisiana and New-York Line of Packets.
(To sail every Saturday:)
Ship MISSISSIPPI, Beebe, master,
SARATOGA, Hathaway "
HUNTSVILLE, Eldridge."
New ship
New ship
New ship
Ship YAZOO, Trask,
The above ships are all of the first class, coppered
and copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and
built.in this city expressly for the trade, with elegant
accommodations for passengers, and commanded by
able and experienced masters. The price of ipaage
from New-York to New-Orleans is fixed at 0W, sid
fromnNew Orleans toNew York at $90,witheutlio*rms.
They will at all times be towed up and down the lis-
sissippi by steamboats, and the strictest punctuality
observed in their time of sailing. Neither their awaur
or captains of these ships will be responsible fbr jewel-
ry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware,
or for any letters, parcel or package sent by or pt oa
board of them, unless regular bills of lading are taken

British and 4mericn4 Steam Naviga
2016 tubnai 00 horse pow
Lieutenant ;Richard Roberts, R. 1F.,
Will sa
mainde# of

ber and :st
mouth ist
For freight and passage,,;apply to
Nc. 4 Jones' Lane, rer,!
A- -tsz r~~-Brit. and Am. St(
No second class passengers Laken.
No goods will be received on board '
from the agents. A
An experienced surgeon is attached
Plans of the cabins may be seen at

lion Company.
lil for the re-
f the year from
on the 1st Octol
December, and
idon and Ports-
September and
103 Front st.,
earn Ship Co.
without an order
to the ship.
Sthe office of the

bers have, -after a careful camparisori made by
them in France in the Champaign districts, selected
the Wines of the estate of "De Brimont," and which
they now have the pleasure of offering to the public as
a rich and fruity Wine, and possessing all the quali-
ties which characterize the highest grade of Cham-
paign. From tmhe superiority and great extent of the
stock of this estate, a uniformity of quality and re-
gularity of supply is assured to purchasers. The
Wine is put up in the best manner, the bottles neatly
labelled, and the corkkubali De Brunont," with the
family coat of arms, aand4vered with zinc.
Received by recent a ials of the above brandd-r
100 baskets White Sparkling Sillery, in quart botldas.
do do lo do in pint do.'1
100 cases Oeil de Perdrix Sillery,
which is offered to consumers and to the trade on rea-
sonable terms. A. BININGER & CO.
myll tf 141 Broadway.
T IQUEURS, &c,-Martinique, Noyeau, Rose, Par-
I fait Amour, Caanell, &c.
Dutch-Curacao, Anisette and Gold Water, from the
factory of Fokink.
Italian-Maraschino, abd Pallesi's celebrated Cor
dials, consisting of Cedrvlo, Assenzio, Persico, Caffe
de Moka, Vaini-lia, Rose6&c.
French-Pans and BoiFeaux, in great variety and
legantly put up. 1:
anish--Copenhagen ( merry and Raspberry
Prussian-Eau d' Or dt Dantzig.
Batavia Arrack, PeachBrandy, Scotch and Irish
Whiskey, old Rum and Bandy.
Truffles, Olives and Capers, Strasbourg Pates, Sar
dines, London Pickles, DBipdy Fruits, &c.
The above are all genual and imported by the sub
scribqrs from the original places of manufacture.
For sale by A BININGER & CO.,
(192 141 Broadway.
S&c.-The subscribe have just received the fol
lowing goods, and they a4 now landing. -
60 cases Hockheimer gl mdeechant
50 do Rudesheimer ^
300 cases Chateau MarWgn, per the Grand Conde,
of 1834, which is fully naa to any former vintage
produced by this estate -U -
10 pipes and 20 quarter casks old south side Ma-
deira from the house of ~orwton, Gordon & Co, per
the Mexico.
10 half pipes Old Como Brandy, of 1808, per the
Montano. Per ship Lore_& baskets De Brimo. t
Champaign, highly vinus ia fruity, bearing the coat
arms of De Bnmont upoailhe labels and corks.
Per the ship Junius fn Bordeaux-50 cases St.
Julien; 10 hhds. do, and baskets extra quality Ani-
sette. For sale by |
Smiy21 A. BININGEA & CO., 141 Broadway,

Table Claret-Vin
St. Julien-VintageJ
Batailley-Do. 1827,
Chateau Beychville-
Scoville-Do. 1827,
Latour-Do. 1827, d
Lalftte-Do. 1827, dI
Haut Brion--Do. 18S
Latour-Do. 1831, d
Lafitte-Do. 1831,
These Wines are reee
respectable house of e
ame of the first character
recommended with gre
liberal terms,y by
jy27 DAIS, BR
L. ceived perthe Dro
of Segars, made from o
the following brands.: :
100,000 Noregais ,, i
150,000 Dos'Co
25,000 Trabucos izif
10,000 Governmene&t
as well as make, for sali

, from Barton & Guestier
,dinaire, in hhds"
S7, in cases, 1 doz. each
o1827, do do

tdo do

Direct fromnthe old and
f"reatier, of Bndetux,
i p with pgat care, and
i~ dence. For sale on
^ 8CO.21 Broad t.
50,000 Havana Segars rq-
.from Havana, an invoice
ad selected Tobacco, of
V quarter and tenth boxes
-indo do do do
'i do do do do
i, of exquisite Tobacco,


FIRST WAID.-Public notice-is hereby given,
F that the Assessors of the First Ward have eonm-
pleted their Assessments, and that a copy thereof is
left with Wm. H. Walsh, at 48 Broad street where the
same may be seen and examined by-any of the inhab-
itants during twenty days from the secondday of Sep-
tember, and that -the Assessors will meet at the expira-
tion of the said twenty days, to wit, on the 23d day of
September, at 48 Broad street, to review their said
Assessments on the application of anyperson conceiv-
ing himself aggrieved.
WM. H. WALSH, Assessors of the
WM. E. MATTHEWS, 1st Ward.
New York, September 2, 1839. se2
S ECOND WARD.-Publi3 notice is hereby given,
that the Assessors of the Second Ward have com-)
pleted their Assessments, and that a copy thereof is
left with Samuel Gilford, Junr., at No. 126 William
street, where the same may be seen and examined by
any of the inhabitants during twenty days from the se-
cond day of September, and that the Assessorss will
meet at the expiration of the said twenty days, to wit,
on the 23d day of September, at 126 William street, to
review their said Assessments on tl e application of
any person conceiving himself aggrieved.
SAMUEL GILFORD, Jr., Assessors of the
New York, 2d September, 1839. se2
T HIRD WARD.-Public notice is hereby given,
That the Assessors of the Third Ward have com-
pleted their Assessments, and thit a copy thereof is
left with Philip Pietch, at No. 221 Greenwich street,
where the same may be seen and examined by any of
the inhabitants during twenty days from the second day
of September, and that the Assessors will meet at the
expiration of the said twenty days, to wit, on the
twenty third day of September, at No. 221 Greenwich
street, to review their said Assessments on the appli-
cation of any person conceiving himself aggrieved.
PHILIP PIETCH, Assessors of the
JOHN R. McCOMB, 3d Ward.
New York, September 2, 1839. se2

T ENTH WARD.-Public notice is hereby given,
that the Assessors of the Tenth Ward have com-
pleted their assessments, and that a copy thereof is
eft with Jeremiah Welch, at 65 Hester street, where
the same may be seen and examined by any of the in-
habitants during twenty days from the second day of
September, and that the Assessors will meet at the
expiration of the said twenty days, to wit, on the 23d
day of September, at ten o'clock. A. M., to review
their said assessments on the application of any person
conceiving Himself to be aggrieved.
JN. C. MATTHEWS, Assessors of the
JEREMIAH WELSH, f 10th Ward.
New York. August 31st, 1839. se2
E"LEVENTH WARD.-Public Notice is hereby
1 given that the Assessors of the Eleventh Ward
have completed their assessments, and that a copy
thereof is left with Charles Overton, at 315 Third
street, where the same may be seen and c:.tmined by
any of the inhabitants during twenty days from the se-
cend day of September, and that the Assessors will
meet at the expiration of the said twenty days, to wit.,
on the 23d day 'of September, at 315 Third street, to
review their said assessments on the application of
.any person conceiving himself aggrieved.
EDW. PENNY, Jr. Assessors of the
New York, August 31, 1839. s2
rTIWELFTH WARD.-Public notice is hereby
J' given, that the Assessors of the Twelfth Ward
have completed their Assessments, that a copy thereof
is left with Albert V. Backer, Manhattariville, the first
ten- days, the subsequent ten days at Patrick Doher-
ty's, 8th avenue, corner 40th street, where the same
may be sfen and examined by any of the inhabitants
during tw nty days from the second day of September,
and that the Assessors will meet" at the expiration of
the said twenty days, to wit, on the 23dday of Septem-
ber, instant, at Patrick Doherty's, 8th avenue, corner
40th street, to review their said Assessments on the ap
plicatkon of any person conceiving himself aggrieved.
SPATRICK DOHERTY, J Assessors of the
ALBERT V. BACKER, 12th Ward.
]ew York, September 2, 1839. se3
TrHIRTEENTH WARD.-Public notice is hereby
given, that the Assessors of the Thirteenth Ward
have completed their assessments, and that a copy
thereof is left with J. H. Sayre at No. 522 Grand st.,
comer of Lewis st., where the same may be seen and
examined by any of the inhabitants during TWENTY
ell\ Air3r- i-.-... M^A-Ai -- A1 1 ..

SIXTEENTH WARD.-Public notice is herpbj
Given, that-thate Assessors of the. Sixteenth Ward
have' completed their Assessments, and that a copy
thereof is left with John Stewart, at 3d Aveau, cornte
oft 6th. street, where. the same may be seen and .ex,
amined by any of the inhabitants during twenty day*
from the second day of September, and the Asse:-
sors will meet at the expiration of the said twenty days,
to wit, on the 23d day of September, instant, at the
above named place, to review their said Assessments
on the application of any person conceiving himself ag.
grieved. JOHN STEWART, I Assessors of the
ANDREW LEARY, f 16thWard.
New York, September 2, 1839. se3
S EVENTEENTH WARD.-Public notice is here-
by given, that the Assessors of the- Seventeenth
Ward have completed their assessments, and that a
copy thereof is left with Jacob I. Doremus, at 245
Bowery, comer of Stanton street, where the same may
be seen and examined by any of the inhabitants during
twenty days from the second day of September, and
that the Assessors will meet at the expiration of the
said twenty days, to wit, on the 23d day of September,
at 245 Bowery, to review their said assessments on
the application of any person conceiving himself ag-
HENRY PALMER, ? Assessors of the
JACOB I. DOREMUS, 17th Ward.
New York, August 31st, 1839. s2
C CORPORATION NOTICE.-Public notice is
hereby given, that the Street Committee of the
Board of Aldermen, will meet at the Street Commis-
sioner's Office on Thursday, the 19th instant, at 4
o'clock, P. M. to hear the parties opposed to the wide-
ning of Cherry street, between Catharine street and
Franklin square.
JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
St. Commr's Office, Sept. 12, 1839. s16
C CORPORATION NOTICE.-Public notice-is
C hereby given, that an assessment for paving Se-
venth.street, from avenue B to avenue C, is completed
and lodged in the Street Commissioner's Office for ex-
Persons interested in the confirmation of the above
named assessment, and having objections to the same,
are desired to present the same in writing at this office
on or before the 23d inst.
JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
St. Commr's Office, Sept. 12, 1839. s16
SFOR SALE-That valuable property on the
I, y comer of Pierrepont and Hicks street, Brook-
IfI lyn, late the residence of Samuel Boyd, Esq4.,
The ground is 76 feet in width, front and rear,
(bounded by a street on the rear of 20 feet,) by 140
feet in depth. The house is 50 feet square, with pan-
tries, bathing room and water closets, attached on the
rear, and is finished with plate glass, and plated fur-
niture trimmings, -furnace, speaking tubes, Berlin
grates, and other modem improvements, being equal
to any of the recently built houses of its size in New
York, and is in complete order-with a large brick sta-
ble and coach house on the rear of the lots. Terms
made favorable, and possession immediately.
Inquire of Dr. BOYD, comer of Remsen and Hen-
ry streets, Brooklyn, or of JNO. H. CORNELL,
Esq., Cashier of the Mechanic's Banking Association,
New York. je27 tf
,if scriber offers for sale, by private contract, the
'f entire Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bound-
ed by Broadway and Mercer street, Washington and
Waverley places ; being the most splendid site for pri-
vate dwellings, or for a church, in the city. The ground
is on the most elevated part of Broadway, and sur
rounded by valuable improvements.
It will be sold in one parcel, or divided into 15
Lots, viz : 7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the whole
front from Washington to Waverley places,) of about
261 by 96 feet each ; 4 Lots on Washington, and 5 do.
on Waverley place, of 26 by 92 feet each.
In case of a sale in separate lots, a uniform style of
improvement will be required, and stipulations against
nuisances. The title is indisputable, and the terms
will be accommodating. For further particulars, and
a view of the map, apply to
J. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchange,
fe9 Hanover st.
j& TO LET-The Stores, 132 and 134 Front
*illl street, corner Pine street, an excellent situation
.I Lfor a Grocer or Commission Merchant. Apply
jel7 134 Front st.
M TO LET.-An office in the upper part of
IM store No. 20 Broad street.


The Old Line of Packets for Liverpool will hereaf-
ter be despatched in the following order, excepting that
when the sailing day falls on Sunday, the ship will sail
on the succeeding day, viz:
From Neu York. From Liverpool.
July 19 ) (Sept. 7
Nov. 19 > The ORPHEUS-575 tons-D. Jan. 7
Mar. 19) G. Bailey. (May 7
Aug. 1 ) ( Sept.19
Dec. 1 > The CAMBRIDGE-850 tons-- Jan. 19
April 1 Ira Bursley. C May 19
Aug. 19 ) ; Oct. 7
Dec. 19 > The NORTH AMERICA-610 Feb. 7
Aprill9) tons-W.,E. Hoxie. (June 7
Sept. 1) ( Oct. 19
Jan. 1 The OXFORD-800 tons-J. Feb. 19
May 1) Rathbote. June 19
Sept.19) (Nov. 7
Jan. 19 The EUROPE-618 tons-E.G. G Mar. 7
May 19) Marshall. (July -7
Oct. 1) Nov. 19
Feb. 1 The COLUMBUTS--663 tons- Mar. 19
June 1) T. B. CApper. July 19
Oct. 19 ...... Dec. 7
Feb. 19> The SOUTH VAMERICA--616 April 7
June 19) tons-W. p. Barstow. Aug. 7
Nov. 1) ( Dec. 19
Mar. 1 > The ENGLAT )-730 tons-B. April 19
July 1 L. 'raite. C Aug. 19
These ships are all of tl first class, commanded by
men of character and ex rience, and are furnished
with stores of the best kin Every attention will be
paid to passengers, to proite their comfort and con-
venience. The rate of passage outwards is fixed by
an understanding with tie proprietors of the other
lines, at $140, including wines, and stores of every
description, and $120 without.
All letters by these ship will hereafter be charged
with 12- cents postage per single sheet, and double
letters and parcels in proportion.
Neither the captains or the owners of these ships
will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packa-
ges sent by them, unless regular bills of lading are
signed therefore. For freight or passage, apply to
GOODHUE & CO., or64 South t. N. Y.
C. H. MARSHALL, 64 South st. N. Y.
ap18 Liverpool
bers offer for sale the following old and superior
Wines, most of which were imported by them direct,
and from the first sources:
25 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, half
pipes and quarter casks.
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and
was selected from the most celebrated estates,.
500 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30
years old, part imported direct, and part via India.
Also, Malmsey, Sercial and Tinta.
The finest Pale, Gold and Brown Sherry Wines, in
casks, demijohns and bottles.
French Wines-Chateau Margaux, of 1827 and
1828, Chateau Lafitte, Leoville, Palmer Margaux, and
St. Julien.
500 baskets De Brimoat Champaign.
50 cases Sparkling Hock.
200 cases Sauterne, Beusac and Hermitage.
50 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order.
Port Wine, very rare, in cask and in bottle.
Hock Wines--Metternich, Johannftberger, Hock-
heimer, Rudesheimer, and Leisten. -
L P Teneriffe, Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for sale by
nl0 A. BININGER & CO., 141 Broadway.

M FOR SALE LOW-The superior 3 story
E1 House and Lot No. Fifth Avenue, being the
"first house above 10th street. The Lot is 25 x
100. The house 25 x 50, with an additional building
for bathing room and water closets. The ceilings are
very high. The parlor mantels are of statuary marble,
with Berlin iron grates. Possession can be had im-
mediately. The Church of the Ascension, (Dr. East-
bum's,) is to be erected on the adjoining lots, and will
add to the value of the property. Applyto
au8 27 Merchants' Exchange
FLOR SALE-Lot No. 19 Howard street, 25 by 100
feet, in the rear of the Rev. Dr. Eastbum's
Church, with the materials on the ground. Apply at
498 Broadway. jy23 tf
Avenue, between 14th street and Washington Square,
will be sold separately, or several laying together, in-
eluding the corner lots, each 26 feet by 100.
Lots on north side of Eleventh street, near Wooster
street, each 26 feet 5 inches front, by 103 feet 3 inches
dee.. .
Five lots at Harlem, very eligible situated. The
terms of payment made easy and accommodating.-
With those who wish to build on the lots, the whole
purchase money can remain on mortgage. -
- Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, No. 1 Nassau
street, corner of Wall street, between 12 and 3
o'clock, P. M. -, jyi
F OR SALE-The large vacant Lot at the North
' west comer of Houston and Mulberry streets,
adjoining the new 3 story houses on Houston street.-
The Lot is 35 feet front on Houston street, by about
100 feet in depth. For terms, apply to
mhll E.K. COLLINS & CO, 56 South st.
ing and o her kinds, f-or sale by the subscribe
s. Also, Eiiglc Gunpowder, m cannisters for Sport
ing. Dupont's Eagle Powder is warranted cleaner.

DR~et. a mdM4, fW Cmaw'
tinues to be col=. aa usual.
Strangers arm'eo yqipnzedtiht Dr. HORNE
was bred to the .Medcal Professiou l,the cty, of L6n-
don and has been a practicalmember'df ad Faculty
of Physic 42 rs*t; for the lst 32 i the cityof New
York. His practice from being former yge4egiral he
has long confined to a particular branch or Medic.ne,
which engages .f profm nd'attentidfI,'iz:-Lue_ Ye.
neria, rb Scrofula, Elephatias, and, In
short, all diseases arising from a itiated tae of tie
blood. His experience is very great. His ucces ,.*
tonishing. In many thousands of cases con.mittedto
his care, of all grades and every degree of maligitany,
he has speedily restored his patients to health aiitt a
sound constitution.
He cautions the unfortunate against the abuse of
mercury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out
of life. See that your cae is eradicated, not patched
up. The learned Dr: Buchan emphatically observes-
"Married persons, and- persons about to hbe married,
should be particularly cautious of thoe"' Liictins.
What a dreadful inheritance to transmit t, p As-erity.
Persons afflicted with protracted aad deplorable, oas
need not despair of a complete recovery, by applying
.to Dr. Home. Recent affections, when loe, are,
without mercury, extinguished in a few days. Ulhat
grieves the Dr. is, that-many aficted, instead of taking
his salutary advice, have recourse to advised nostiums,
where there is no responsibility, and the compomunr.
unknown; by such means, throwing awvy their money,
(where they vainly hope to save) nd i~iaj for ever
heir constitution. .I. ... .
Persons who may have contracted disease, or sus-
pect latent poison, are invited to make .application to
Dr. HORNE, at his Establishment, No. 204 Fulton
street, between Greenwich street and Broadway. A
residence of thirty-two years in NewrYork city, has
radically established Dr. Horne's character for stealing
honor; and based on real respectability and askil Dr
Home offers to his patrons a sure guarantee. .
Offices for separate consultations. Patients can
never come in contact. 1 ,, .
Attendance until half past 9 in the evening. .''
No Letters taken in unless pos itpaid. All ity let-
ters must be handed in.
I7D" tul torum incurta'pudor malsa ulwer a clat."
-Horace's 16th Epistie. -
P. S.-As long as Dr. Home desires t benefit the
public, it is proper he should continue his advertise.
ment for the good of strangers, as it is wellknobWn people
are extremely shy in speaking of cases of a delicate
nature, even where a physician is pre-emineaitly uc.
eessful. j14
CURE TRUSS." Office 4 Vesey street, Astor
Building-Under the supervision' of an expee~rieed
Surgeon, who attends personally to each case, declin-
ing all other practice.
sanctioned by thelMedical Society oftlhe State oa New
York, and Guy's Hospital, London. :
iDr Hull's apparatus are patronized by the me)ica9
profession with very few exceptiona- throughput the
United States and Europe.
The Supporter is patented in this country, Eiglind
and France : the patent in this country has recently
been re-issued in an amended form.
AMOS G. HULL, 4 Vepey street,
s16 Asor wouise.,
D"R. HULL, 4 Vesey street, Astor-Hoeiw..e-TO
/THE LADIES--Dr HULL has very recently
published a small treatise on the applidtion and uses
of the Utero-A4dominal Supporti. Tbigpea~abet ac-:
companies each Supporter sold by .r jll -It con-
tains instructions for selecting, fitting ate' wearing the
instrument, by aid of which any, patient can fit herself
without assistance. Information of the necemtary kind
is given to enable ladies to judge whether the Supporter
is likely to prove useful in given instances of female
The pamphlet also contains the report of the Medical
Society of the State of New York, and the opinions ot
many distinguished Physicians in Europe and- Ameri-
ca, in favor of the Supporter. -
Ladies calling at Dr Hall's office for advice respect-
ing his apparatus, receive a pamphlet graWt. Acorm-
petent Surgeon of much experience is in constant at-
tendance at Dr Hull's office, 4 Vesey street, Astor
Ladies' hours from 12 till half-past 2 o'clock. s16 -
in need is a friend indeed.-Patent right secured;-
This celebrated medicine has now taken precedence of
all others, for the positive cure of the gonorrhma, gleet,
strictures, gravel, seminal weakness, mercurial com-
plaints, &c., and any or all the varied diseases of the
urinary organs. Numerous choice ingredients of great
celebrity have been scientifically introduced into th e,
composition of the Ft iend, and from the generally ad
mitted virtues of it, and with the A oncurrent testimony
and advice of some of our most eminent and respect`
table physicians, and with the fact of its having prqo
,ed effectual in almost three thousand cases, and ne-
ver, to my knowledge, failed in ten. Wi#h this n.asi
of testimony in its favor, 'I offer it t tle paia the -
most effectual remedy in the word for the ofs ad ri
nal diseases. A decided advantage it hl over all
other remedies, is, that it requires no local applications,
does not, diseder the stomach, and is posilivnp fje -
fromia i for Bf.iercury, o#t any material that o <
possibly inji the constitution, or any organ, ram- .
diately or remotely. The demand for it, considering
the short time it has been made public, is without a
parallel in the history of medicine ; and whag wi of
more consequence to the reader, the succe~ that ha
every where attended the use ofit, is fuly commensu-
rate with the demand. Indeed, the merits of th
Friend have only to become more generally known,
and It will supersede all the Panaceas, Cstolicons
and nostrums of the age: and while they are swiftly
passing away intoforgetfulness, theFriernd, lased upon
the broad principles of science,-and supportd by unia.
versal confidence and patronage will standI in bold .re-
lief, and prove to the world that it is, indeed, and truth,
the Unfortunate's Friend. And now, reader, are you
suffering with any of the above named diseases? ave
you been long and sorely afflicted? Have you tried.
various remedies, and all to no purpose ? If so, be not
discouraged, for here is a Friend. -It is an article that
will sell readily at all time., and in all plea ;-.ad:
druggists and dealers throughout the United States and
the two Canadas, who wish to become asenta., will ad-:, -

dress their communications to me at my store. None
is genuine without my signature, and all persons arem
hereby notified that I will prosecute to the extent ol
the law,the first or leastinfringement of my patent right.
Price, 82 per bottle. Sold at the Bowery Mewdicat
Store, 260 Bowery, New York.
au5 Iw N. W. BADEAVt.
"ENUINE BEAR'S GREAS--for promoting
( the growth of the hair, and impartinig -beantifu
and glossy lustre to it, 'Br superior to another ap-
plication. The superiority of this Oil over ery pre-
paration for inducing the growth of. te.Ihair, ge
nerally acceded to by all who have UWtEII .t imn
parts a glossy rime to the hair, raiefat'i-it soft
and flexible, and exciting the capillary "ssels to
healthy action. To persons becoming bld .v.- s 'ak
ness or other causes, the application of this i. d*i,."
will soon produce a reaction of its growth. The srf .
scriber has just received a fresh supply of the genuine.
article, put up neatly in earthen pots and preprd 0S' .
pressly or his retail trade, at the Bowery Medie fu
Store. No. 260 Bowery. my2
R AISING OF BLOOD.-Some two years 410",
IL was attacked very suddenly wth -this diemae,_
and raised nearly a pint. IAn a few days afterwarT
raised a large quantity, and cqntinid doing mo from
time to time. I had some oough, soreness in the bres t'
fever, pain in the head, and was rapidly wastipg awa.
I sent at last for Dr Taylor, who e duiaed m.' t
the stethoscope, and pronounced e in' th oa
tion, but said his medicine would C.re meI.- I ,t,
and sure enough I grew stronr4diy, aagw .*,w
quite well. ., .
OJ.A'E WieLS. Yorkvlyie, Em"palw W .. "'
iCation-Bewfi of frauds. gei- -
cine is.sold at the Bowery Medicine sa",."i
Bowery, by t '-
s16 3t N. W. BADEAU, Age't. -'

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F OURTH WARD.-Public notice is hereby given,
that the Assessors of the Fourth Ward have com-
pleted their Assessments, and that a copy thereof is
left with the Assessors, at Mr. James Avery's, No. 309
Water street, where the same may be seen and exam-
ined by any of the inhabitants during twenty days from
the second day of September, and that the Assessors
will meet at the expiration of the said twenty days, to
wit, on the twenty third day of September, at 309
Water street, at 9 o'clock, A. M., to review their said
Assessments on the application of any person conceiv-
ing himself aggrieved.
KRICHARD COOK, Assessors of the
JAMES AVERY, 4th Ward.
New York, August 31, 1839. se2
FIFTH WARD.-Public Notice is hereby given,
'that the Assessors of the Fifth Ward have com-
pleted their assessments, and that a copy thereof is left
with Richard Ten Eyck, at No. 80 Reade street,
where the same may be seen and examined by any of
the inhabitants during twenty days from the second
day of September, and that the Assessors will meet at
the expiration of the said twenty days, to wit, on the
23d day of September, at the above named place,
to review their said assessments on the application of
any person conceiving himself aggrieved.
JAMES A. RICH, ) Assessors of the
New York, Sept. 2d, 1839. s2
SIXTH WARD.-Public notice is hereby given,
That the Assessors of the Sixth Ward have com-
pleted their Assessments, and that a copy thereof is
left with Shivers Parker, at No. 506 Pearl street,
where the same may be examined by any of the inhab-:
itants during twenty days from the second day of
September, and that the Assessors will meet at the
expiration of the said twenty days, to wit, on the twen-
ty-third day of September, at ten o'clock, A. M., to
review their said Assessments on the application of
any person conceiving himself aggrie ted.
SHIVERS PARKER, Assessors of the
New York, August 31, 1839. se2
SEVENTH WARD.-Public notice is hereby
K7 given, that the Assessors of the Seventh Ward
have completed their Assessments, and that a copy
thereof is left with David Lyon, at No. 115 Madison
street, where the same may be seen and examined by
any of the inhabitants during twenty days from the
second day of Septamber, and that the Assessors will
meet at the expiration of the said twenty days, to wit,
on the 24th day of September, at No. 115 Madison
street, to review their said Assessments on the ap-
plication of any person conceiving himself aggrieved.
DAVID LYON, Assessors of the
New York, August 31, 1839. se2
EIGHTH WARD.-Public notice is hereby given,
That the Assessors of the Eighth Ward have com-.
pleted their Assessments, and that a copy thereof is
left with James Stansbury, at 236 Canal street, corner
of Greenwich, from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M., where the
same may be seen and examined by any of the inhab-
itants during twenty days from the second day of Sep-
tember, and thatthe Assessors will meet atahe expira-
tion of the said'twenty days, to wit, on' thtWerflty-
third day of September, at 10 A. M. to review tiwr
said Assessments on the application of any' erson c6n-
ceiving himself aggrieved.
JAMES STANSBURY, Assessors of the
GUST. A. GOODRICH, 8th Ward.
New YorK, August 30, 1839. se2
NTINTH WARD.-Public notice is hereby given,
That the Assessors of the Ninth Ward have com-
pleted their Assessments, and that a copy thereof is
left with David Sutton, at 349 Hudson street, where
the same may be seen and examined by any of the in-
habitants during twenty days from .he second day of
September, and that the Assessors will meet at the ex-
piration of the said twenty days, to wit, on the twen y
third day of September, at the above place, to review
their said Assessments on the application of any per-
son conceiving' himself aggrieved.
JOSEPh D. BALDWIN, Assessors of the
New York, September 2, 1839 se2

M TO RENT.-The commodious Lofts and
SCounting Rooms of the fire proof brick store,
No. 35 Nassau street, between Liberty and Ce-
dar streets. Apply to
jel2 tf C. H. RUSSELL & CO., 33 Pine st.
FOR SALE, Real Estate at Harlem-con-
i.a listing of 54 lots of land, situated on the 7th'and
J.iL8th Avenues, between 117th and 119th streets.
There is by computation 70,000 loads of soil upon them,
near which they are now levellipg. These lots will be
sold as they now are, with the buildings upon them.-
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS & CO., ,
;je12 21 Broa4street.
im FIOR SALE-@I Lots of Land,' luated. o
L. I RLewis and Gocrick streets, between Rivingtotn
.-JE-Land Stanton streets, six on Lewis and five on
-Goerick. On Lewis street is a large wooden building,
formerly occupied by the late Mr. Eckford as a mould
loft. On Goerick street the land is open and a very
desirable situation for a lumber yard or building klets.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS & CO,
jel12 tf 21 Broad st.
MS FOR SALE-The new two story brick
E*~;I House, No. 18 Bedford street, is in complete or
H"!Lder, having been painted and repaired last
spring. The greater part of the purchase money may
remain on bond and mortgage. Apply to
1e9 GRACIE & CO, 20 Broad street.
M FOR SALE-The spacious 3 story House
*jj with the lot in fee, on the west side of the 5th
.EI Avenue, thefirst house above W. Brevoort's
large mansion. Thq lot is 25 by 100, with a court
yard of 15 feet, and there is a lot adjoining the rear
which can be obtained if wanted for a stable. It will
be sold on accommodating terms. Possession the first
of May next. Apply to J. GREEN PEARSON,
fel4 29 Merchants' Exchange.
TO LET-The House No. 322 Greenwich-
ml street, next to the comer of Jay street-It is
in fine order, and may be had possession of on
the Ist of October, or sooner if wanted. Part of the
Furniture may be purchased if required. Apply at
No. 176 Front street. au21 tf