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 24, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09304809
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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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TUE8DAY BVJIgv Ij EtlB]Ru 24V 1839.



t .)' "' : '" ^ i w" DAz COOL ORx YOvUNG 1 .HIS. Institution was incorporated, at the last Ses- -1 CO.-M onthly Repot-. mee. the last report 18 .!L WOOL. UNDER ,VESTS--A full supply of BO"YDEN~l, C
TSSUS -rJu4DIDES will bQ re-opened on Monday, September sion of the State Legislature, and is now placed upon personshave been insured these desirable goods are now o4en, to which here. 810 3. _
ip 'm' "% 9th. No. 15 Amity sat. se2 lwd&lmeod a more satisfactory and more permanent footing. Of whom 10 are residents ofth city of New York spectfuly invitestheattentinof s cusmers Them AVEND
wEtNi. ~d /t 1ir F 49% 14p ,t.b in adi. -" AY"-SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.- The organization of its board of instruction is full 14 are resident odtfthl city of N.York goods areeheap forstrength and wear than flannels. N 0. 81 Jermyn tree
",,ttM .'d K b- t S&- MISES BROWN, 55 Beach street, will re- and efficient. Every department is adequately sup. 7 are Mehant and Brokers J. BATTIN, Dealer in Hosiery, Glwes;&c. Prk,Buckingham Pala
Wn itomitS. o tir School on Monday, 2d September, where plied to answer thoroughly ita appropriate end. 4 are Studnt a rks s 276Greenwich stTHOMAS HUNT
Tri.adO, rtt, d ,$MAubiy, g (S,' ..&tWi.g. branches are taught: English in all its The next, or Fal Term will open on Friday, Novem- 1 are Mcnc "I ADIES WINTER HOSE-A full assortment of pise American gentlemE
--c,,t...a. .a ..Ian., Musc, and Drawng. ber 1st, 1830. a J[ L i Bak CI ,naare, Mohair, aId Merino entered on the above eI
nHI .dt, ; H .' Bt_ Master will assist in tachiig the advanc-. CAr"e, an heretofore. an Eng ner ^ Hose, now oeani, of (hl bet quality and mak, and asures them that the at
zpgi-.d.v...- er. ig-- pufrf.pA. wa*. au27 lm Appplications for the admission of Ipuplsmauv be made .... 3 are .a doe oferedat verlow ,1t subscriber, dealer i onveenano
IAXr Qt1#1X14.A4 Or V SMRDES' BOARDING AND DAY to the Principal, the Rev. W.F. WAKER, person- Of He.ther, are .su yeat or &c. A.se
HALF ~QU ~ A1LiS' p -ui9t: SL 'BOARDING AND DAY tri p rdfar ear"l10 s6ey c .BT t aiS5ft ee
S'- isa s-A ^SLFOR YOUNG LADIES, under allyorthrougigthepot office, or to JOHN W. MITCH- h are insured 2 .year o t h276"Greenwott. te esbir iont ine ,
New York. YUN LDISun* reare insured 2r~as 7 rew h s~lsnatc
2_,.m I ; a. 1SM4m A dmasinissperviaion and careoftheRev. Aldert -, -S HAKER KNIT SOCKS-A few doze of 'Heisatler toni.
Troy, September 2, se M, n s t 863t mr
m" 'i i .* . medes, isnow open for the reception of pupils in the roy, September,189. 3 r 18 Shaker Knit Woollen i e ust eeud m ,w aleon
,,oee ..'largeand eligibly situated house, 168 Duane street, T ING & FEEKS' CLASSICAL AND ENG: Of these there are p d o 10 and under 6 for sale byhthest r,-r eiiw1. .t s 3m
1.' tis, .75 ctI .aend ad third is osite the park. The room in which the school l LISH SCHOOL, 039 Broadway, (between h. "e m d ft* and ud s6 J BATTIN Dealer inoie i
/ itkcetha upak- meoom. in which-t...scolitheremaren matured $000mandnunder 10r.Awmn.elr.ey
i s,.M.. e ; and 18 eS"t4 c atu r erry h< held, is one of the most spacious, wellU lighted, and Houston and Bleeckers.) wilU be re-opened on Mon. there are insured for ,0 and under 2 URNITUR CHINTZ c ARRIAGE WAN
S 4m ,_ Su..r .. cheerful in the city, and being in the rear of the main day, Sept. 2d. au27 tf t a marriage for sale, tPh
AVS TIS ENTS epd# n the 1 dne are carg- edifice, is perfectly retired and quiet. Parents and OARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG n n Furniture Chintz, just received y findapuchaserby
Sa- gurinarem rsectfuly B OAResDINGtANDaDAYt SCHOOL-FOR YOUN G ..... 18 ,,, for saey the case or piece at a small proft for Post Office.
Aedm h anp guardians are spe ..requested. to call at the in- ADIES, 113 Bleecker street.-MRS. CUR- s5 E. A. JCOLL, Secretary. cashor r edots tEoN
AD0 R TIAEME TS a which the number f. atttution and make a personal investigation of every TIS respectfully informs her friends and the public,M AF INS C. COM yP au3OpTAME0 oS._ P .TO & C 24 B the buhlorPP
11iqdf is. XUT M"JMZD, will be it"00d thing connected with i.s20 12tos &3s that her Schoolw ..repen on the second Monday in N YMUTUAL SAFETY INSURECE COMPAN T RC E O 7B a Mr
iusisl ^ i'?^ TI N ^ "Ws S eptember"" next.-"iS a u bl i"eodSFEYINUwC IVMPARY I-u- TCT o Apl&( COJ27BHada.NST? P
uw sbu-A 83.3pFr nemn:1etW, hoveefora- HIS INSTITUTION is located at Astoria,(late UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW USU A. NCE.-Th, tul Safety Insurance Cor- street, (FourthDste f BROWN, to. DL
ee- i 51008.t's Cove,) Long Island. The vill.geal YORK.-The undergraduate course of studies pany. enartered by te Legislreof this Stte, aub- theLadesof New-Yorkthataccodngtoheirusual e 'a

M iCOLN PHE3PS'' I. .,ITUTE, o' Aeeas to the citymay be had THEODORE FREREL HUY.. are precIsely similarjo thoe le most approVdof- at remarkably low prices, rarely or never oc.urs:. tothe finaear by eain
S.,etn Jeivl b knb .omb.-,iningthe ..ghes. ae3 m Chancellor, nces intus city. (, > c onsisting of .aiove reward cy reavCa
ptw f oug The institute Buidings, erected expressly for its LYCEUM.-This terry I The not profit.of theem y, nesting of the Calices, Plain, figured brocade Silks; splendid OARD N BROA
WiL.L bd pej.da fes di~ fonaremmae dationduner the immediate sup M0tervision ofethe la tldR yaCs Ue the d. premiums o all the rysksItermatedd cnng the pren- s CUies, and Mous de Laes; Linens, Sheetins, and lOr, with a small r
pa ,o" NM.br. rbetif a spiut o*2 frt astntwelveearspuner i wu-r suitable for two ftatmilie
d~a WdneWy, he, ecor occuyu11iteina rtiedparp&4of :the 6rectond lofCHARLersityOUiDE TatE9. hasobee n souratwelv d e m nethsaless the rsansc -hd expe sef hs o h aI ine

rii -Ma Eunicn e MPh Phpp. illa, j i~n S Go74,or e'i atrth Tihe prospect removed to Elizabethtown, N. J., one hour's distance same period,) will be divide uaUy among those Printed Muslins, Black Bombazines, Crapes, and sl9 6t
Teac era-,-fi.as Hannah E t.M.ller ,r-- .-u.c"' al stori..es or. va ty a is.. from this cit steam. It would be difficult to find a who have paid said premiums mi in proortion to the Merinos, Domestic Shirtings, Sheetings and Long 00nK _ANTED-
.. -- Nourth.Wlard Linol -ve The ds attached- tothe building more eligib e bocahity for a BOARDING SCHOOL, several amounts paid by eaeh.,xe <'vi ends will be Cloths, Hosiery, Gloves and Fancy Hdkfs. (C asCook no e -
So p. lsieaea adteeahy or. ein s, sbbons.Cambric, Mull, and Swiss Muslins, Cash- timonalsof character
sufficiaemntlyersey, ex` he I .....ten v t ail lo s c ,e t ex prer se n t ope The building are large and airy, w ith one hundred shal n ar .romueatheiheoanmmof.'the netspaofitsintme reoocy a.o s, uile, and Shass Shawl, Marketstre
"- "SnMa Ga the ...r. pung myei to in........... their.. ta s te e, asteet
rc "r Iafh Gre7rv,is. for o.amental :ardening In the immediate vicinity. and fifty acres of grounds attached to the properly bonds and mortgages, and puultocks. Thread Laces, and Embroidered Collars, Flannels, IIAMBEB. ID.
diiWde~,teSho %ecd.to ne h meit uevso f the facthttiox formmunlast twlvn yersundr heei. premium ms on all crisksae sne h c& tMeRMI

Frmnch roesM 110(Maolcledciuyssesc-i are seve l beautiful groves and retired walks whie TetilYof cm t wih th city by steam- The premm arg uoneeh &c. c. C- .
PMud Mdeill be open to the pupils under the charge of their boat and railroad at all hours of the day, cannot fail to issue o. thefirst policy on te n of December, 1838, N. B. Just landed from packet ship England, a lot of as chamber mae
v ,oo. Teppreciated as a great convenienceS amount, at the present time., re than OU UN beautiful hemp Careting, fashionable colors sree.

Si a paaM t vilnE situated on the direct rreweas or wrfactlk rextei sead mr COUDERT hopes for a continuation of confi- DRED AND TWE.NTy-FVETHO ND dollars, (425,000) Ie T As P. & G.r. wi sell at reduced prices only, A BOY WANTEDa
m. pa.N eaan o, situatelpona oinhin bad.weather. perfctl retred, b rvid, dence from parents and guardians in his new location. frem which, it is to be presuan that the premiums of foi a few days, an early call will be necessary. aul5 A in a Book-Store.
ae,.-p.ia-, itjin a the strictest attention to the physical comfort o A.
oe< hourl s itga He by steam fn irom the former the ppls wil be paid by all connected with the Insti- Beig anx iously desirous to fllly develop his system a year w no oy Ppay a losses and expenses "I N'S UNDER GARMENTS.--A large years of age, Apply of
ad S6omthe latter city, oammiuiaatmig with New e -, r-x o -of education, he was obliged to look for a situation of that year. but will enable t eeompany tot divide a J -ment varying in quality and sizes of Hsr ad Broadway.
Yo bt e daily line of car, and whPhiladelphia side..d RECTOR AND TRUSTEES. rcombining more cveniences than could be secured sduAes alyonthe isred m. der Drawsof aoost eesrdesetionuuitbleforh IAN ED--A Co
-y tWO. It wiw naitho tanceef.ko PrinacetO, The Rev.J.W.Brow, A. M., Rertor of St. Geore's thin the limits c the city. At.Elizabethtown all the r expres^y p!es t t1the ms 1ed. psent and coming seasoSn 'Aso," Hose Wnd Half W recommendation
.w of t Jt v.er.bleaeatiaoflearnmg i the.con- Church Astoria, is the Rector o' the lastitute. -the those mnly exercises whneh are n.only beneficial to cinn uany case aicur a l be~ynd the amount of -ose, of all the different fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Fourth street, from 9 t<
twy, md a ar ed by vyluable sh' s uy f icWardens and Vestry of said church are oiioitsre- the health, but of constant utility through life, will hi ts. f'I Hdkfs, Cravats, Suspenders, Prussian Dressing Robes, T OOM WANTE
'" ," The-buildngs arUea lar ge nd irtw th one hu i- J t indu -..,vv,, .,,, ..,

Paire y tha End .in' .oatm"tlepy for edlcatingmayre Trco, nstit.t. Partf the system of education. The &c., with a large assortment of Hosiery and Under tBedroomswith
thr Sons and daughter in the same neighborhood. PATRONS pupils will be instructed, at suitable nours, m nd Zeetee Cook, .Junr. Taylor Garments for Females. For sale wholea..le or retail unf u syed A' sith
Alexander H.StevensM. DJohn Jacob Astor i nt e uo e gun,. alte botany, &c. &. 'tan M k ar at the old Hosiery Store, 14 Maiden Lane, by be referee Addss
..ee-Sco &Reho6r .c-, Rwdrtaw dnng. ..ofr 4 eks will be dia- Samuel Stevens, Esq. l. Steohen A. Halsey, eusuemuous to remrnP.peg a o fthe advantages de- be13 nrs w apS PtP LANE & VAN ZANDT. s17
cO~~i~istfor oramentl Stev e nnsgs. InStehen A.Ha acy

Ieh.Whaf a sessifi being one quar- JohnL Riker Esq., R. Blackwell rve from the study of Moderu languages, combined George IE iotaBeart OYAL sRIBBE UNDER SITS.& AN- o
i with the Ancient. There has been no example of a. Nb aDER-ott JGr Han aYAL RIBBED UNDER SHIRTS AND atdnih bre
M bugi od, iidoin hand u ng, lodgin 'wl tbveenst Gstergeobn scholar's being unable to speak fluently the French and Rus s L. Lord An oD DRADERSGentlemen will find a are as dated wh
pprd, eciatwaedn, as ,falgretcneine re yhhnFrench and beau.ifulrhak

..M. isaleanth. DH. H."h Stevns Spanish after two years'residence atthe Lyceum. The David Hadden terLvingon sortment these goods of the best qua hty and size, at elegantly furnished ro
4.., in iad teitioninethecEnylishirephes andeatrie-ded

iC wi, 125j session, payable in advance. nGe C e William 'ShW greatest attention is s en to Mathematics, and an ex- Sidney B rooks el Weed low prces, at the store of the subscers, 276 Green- t. Reference e
TeR& XPENSES, Elm tP-r ek H.Whittem Esq., Nnsive apparatus of Natural Philosophy a id Chemistr erman On chs A "bald Gracie we stree between Wanen an amersOU HS
Tuitism on the Piano,.-..-..-.15 00 per quarter. Charles J Gavler,' John Field q attaMheat to the School. Pupils studying Survey- Alfred ptel. EB B. Graves L9 J. BATTIN. (, H
ea the ppils wil be paPREy SERVERS-Manufactured nstin the Ncity,

-U e rofl emsr 's r.... if........ a 50 sJ Cr aig,"gve' JohnB lackwell. i will be instru lby an eminent professor. Henry W Hicks Jo) ae T IFE PRESEReERS- Manufacturedinthecity, W INSL(
(or af the Pm feMi t charge, il le ns iiare gien by INSTRUCTORS _very information and cards of terms, studies, &e., a- a Ft Do.rn oph Blunt. of double India Rubber Cloth, in the form of TTelmtd eT
mwoda ly tnhe kWithofhiladeE Bhi"DEom b C Jr. Pre pident. be lth an d vests, for sale singly or b y the doz en, at 14thJI
Bipqr Chhmaei.) TRev. J. W. Brown, A. M., Rector and Head of the ma be oa the Bookstore of Berard & Mo.n.. ALFREDPE it, ea N Ey y A T Sen, at ce lJrd
o Gt, -,,he-- ,------,-..-.- .10--l 00 Fa ily don. 36 Courtlandt st. aul2 3m _r FR PEL Vine Cbr'rhdent. Maiden Lane, by t ..yi..... ....
'**. =-..r .:-'-I~ 7THE..SCHOOL-r. .JOS B. COL~T 5, Sece~y .....f...l BoadwayoCanal atrmee
s-i'gin------- -,1000 Rev. C. Clapp, A. M., Chaplain and First Assistant T DET ...TU.THE SCHOOL.N .h s 'lHk s4s tf jeC LANE & VAN ZANDT. OIs
Iv= t uel fi-aor's a. Tacher. Aadst NDER the direction of the BROTHERS PEUG. cos t RIfVEjRs LoAMPA- T ONG ISLAND KNIT HALF HOSE--,50 J 0 H N
dfi~orn Greek.....-...--....7 50 B.Servatius, French Language and Literature. NET, No. 27 Bank street, between 4th street, and *"N FTHI^ CItY u.^ NEW YORK, No. J L *ozen of doubIle Yarn; LongIsland Knit Woollen l^
bs ,pam an aiht ha 750 t-heasarer, Instrutor an e Piano and Organ. Greenwich lane, will resume on Monday, September 4oofWa-ThisCon- Half Hose, the best countryimare brought to this mar- GOD AND ST
puu are requesed to furnish thcir own towels and Madame Servatius, French, Vocal and Instrumental 2d. Punctual attendance is requested 'fo pupils in pany continues to ins'uaw *g&s( los or damage by ket. Just received and for sale by the dozen or single auglfitf
uq cch, with their clothifg, shPTd be mOarkedi vacation- fire upon terms as favor^Me sK similar institutions in pair, by the subscriber. ? W
tirfull.: ..a.... .. x, Miss R.C. Brown, Governess, and English Teacher The manner of instructing is founded entirely on this cty. J. BATTIN, 276 Greenwich street, B.
o i8. Phelp wi m tht i institution purfwe theplan Miss E. Lamb, Governess, Teacher in the English reasoning: French is the language of the school; ng R B. i, tDr : 7 between Warren and Chambers street L int vo.
-*famtlo.uummewmeed by her at West.he ter, Pro-S Branches, Drawing and Painting. lish, Spanish, Latin and Greek, all the branches of Jelorn Toa Sufern, 'LARKE & COMPANY are o.em. this m.rn- tlmy p
wvia, the i.reetio n of the establishment g neq r Miss Julia R. Hall, Governess, Teacher in French Mathematics, C chemistry, Natural Philosophy, tho- Aonerzn WeTrnea, a soca J ph Kermochen, wo I cases tr da onl stped Sis, n-. RULTO
if~ta mirnder control loMr..Ph~elts .and neraelf yad English. roughly taught by competent Professors.... ^"t wY man Jsayesvowen, Two cases exta rich diaeonal striA .qillc n .......
.i.tbrlp wiU haTf charge of the financial concerns Miss A. E. Cheesman, Teacher in Preparatory De- The plan'of education is such, that a boy entering RobtJ. Dilon, Jtan Brouwer, tire new style r. e C R E .
la uon as maybe interest in the subject, Mrs apartment. the school between 10 and 11, will (at 14) speak and Jno. R. peters,_ GC Coggeshall, Two, cases w.hit ground satin s d c. f igBrthe Chori
ferohe Miss M. L. Browns do do do write correctly the English, French and Spanish Lanj Thomas Nesmith. Jon G.Hicks, ChaTllys of splendid designs and quality, enrel new, Vve
PsM WorkH pac rlythe 'Female Student,' H. Baylies, M. D., Family Phesician guages, be prepared to enter College, the Countin John D. Lawrence, H. Osgood, foreveningdesses Y Lif Wi measured & t
l ea of .eFamiiar Lectures on Education, ad- Mrs. M Morton, Matron. Roiom, or become an Engineer, according to his dis- Campbell. White, Rbert Dyson, .51 f? O L, BREASTED ME. N. ,NDE. and WILEY & PUBo
e dto thml e ptp, l ofthe Troy Female Seminary in The Institute is conducted on the plan of a tho. positions, an the wishes of his parents. Henry W Hills, William Meidevidle, I STN DA.h UNDR and for sale by all Boo
SW ith a. 18t. roughly organized Christian family, the Rector, for the Parents and Guardians are invited to visit the estabW- Hmlton Murray, John Johnson, oe IthTS Aspi DsAW tohS -The suascr'ber .
*-^*^ .-- ,- __ time, holding the place of the parent, and as such re- lishment. The situation, one of the most healthy on .... JosephK- __sam. *fersthesesuperor godto his custmers,.asbeing r^ -
Wdane i LLdnNeyILPrsdn. Brookrfralsoflne f n idbigsto-26 rew

'Thre.wor. are Familiar Lectureen Botany.,' Gponsible for the moral, religious and intellectual c..i, the Island, will be foond to combine both, the a n^ h'AL PrNeindent .naecley preerable b annel oany ner, teg strong by --" 2 t" ..
.epy,' 'i *Chemistry,' with smaller ure of his pupils. tages of the city and country, Without 4he incone- GOLD S. SLLIMA. Secret ragreeable, and warranted never to shnkby eps cns on
ii.o theaPa. '.... f. $15 opr Bqeua T "rhesIn.ttute isdividr d intothree permanent depart- nieaces of either. The buildingsa extensive, suited New York, Se. 4tB, lRtB. s lm .washing 4 BAnm-,2r .G ni LAMSWOOL, R
e. -mi a "d 'f tote pro; the play grounore than- an Offlc u U B ,W oi : "7, reenwlsI. ,- .
aW V'and which the Retor exercistes coirtat supervwi~on, aiid vonidered sufficient m a wel disculinea sehooL A ANW. E COkksJbW Ner 59 Wa8* j PbRt WE.S Al 'l. The F ublti zai"oM
Use of MT an nnnualJ. Craig, John Blackweol.iceemonente-Vainssor. Sersel Fe nowrreceihing-

o alW w Wr a s f Made ei a e n : to the studies ofeach of which he O votes his personal maua No boys admitted under 7, or above 14. r,. an annua eleineltte office t b- e ow recivg-
' V- ei Ed 1MB.oa,' prepared by Mrs. il- uaention. TE.Ms-For instruction in all the branches enu- pany, on the 3d day of June, 1839,. the following gentle- &eVl Welh Faes CLARKE
aIM and Mrs. Phelps. s7 3tawtnl 6 An examination of the classes in;. each department merated, and for boarding, lodging and fuel, THREE men were duly elected Directors fgt the ensuing year: Rogers'Patent do FANCY
THE. STUDY OF OOK-KEEPING, 88 Cedar is held semi-annual, at whichthe parents and friends UNDE0D DOLLARS per annum, payable quarterly in DIRECTORS. L No. 337 B
street, Asr Broadway.-C. C. MARSH, Account of the pupils are desired to be present. A review of advance. Washing and mending, when done in the John L. Bowne Ebenezer Canldwell Electoral do rmJO THE LEGAL
rPlk*2,I .seatiat.JOSnB. CWi ,isam Kecm P. Lb ,c prs

continuess to give Practical Lessons in this most Music is eld semi-annuay, in January and August school, 7,50 per quarter; Stationary, ,; seat at o ls Morris K etchum il do J Library comprii
ecSAy branch of a mercantile education. Also, to of eachyear. church, t1,25. Silas Hicks Joshua S. Underhill willed laid do reports in Law and
*opeAj s or adjust accounts, and to write up books. The exercises ofeach half-quarter are terminated by Day boarders, $200 per anhum and Stationary, Robert C. Cornell CharlesT. Cromwell Light colors and fastdyes do American Courts is o
SThe course of instruction throu h which the pupil a review, the reports of which are regularly forwarded payable ao quarterly in advance. James Barker Cornelius W. Lawrence Thybet and Merino do all the Reports of the (
passes is thoroughly practical; an the person of good by the Rector to the parents of the pupils. tsReferences may be made, Preqst inf Benpamin Corlies Nathaniel Lord English Canton do also a great variety of I
city who devotes About three weeks to the study These reports also contain a record of the daily To the Hon.Josiah Quinc, resident o ntarvard ey Murray Charles Kneeland i do tice of the Law in the
will be qualified to keep correctlyy and elegantly the ac- proficiency and conduct of each pupil, made out from College; Hon. Daniel Webster, of the U. S. Senate, Henry H. Lawrence Edward A. Wright Rose and Whitney Blankets of all sizes sitn. It will be sold e
cota of any business the class books of the Institute. Boston. Stephen Van Wyck Benjamin Clark Superior Bath Blankets, the best ever imported to view the library, a
sm Pelp wil inthisinsituton usit th pla Mis E.Lam, Goernss, eLondon th WhitneyeaonBlanketshis h10lnFronto tstreet,;E DBrookbe

te student practically opens, conducts, closes and Drawing, Paintin, Embroidery, Plain Sewing, &c., To the Hon. P. Hone, Hon. G. C. Verplanck, Charles Isaac Frost Rebert B. Mintum London Whitney Blankets f10 Fwonn
p y eKEhe.iret Hieton W. Field, Rev."Dr.lWalG ris D..Weeks WlimtyN Bradfordys1rNdIg
re-opens a set of partnership accounts; has brought be- are taught at such times as not to interfere with the King, Esq., HksonW. Fmeld, Rev. Dr. Waw ht, Robet D. Weeks Willia Bradford Blankets for winter sheets s7 d2w
fwe h-im more than a hundred different business trans- hours appropriated to study or recreation. W. C. Bryant, Dr. Berger, Peter Harmony, Esq., Don John Wood Thomas W. Pearsall All of which are offered on the most favorablemT cI
actiols, ^eh of which is a subject of remark, conver- Attention is paid to the cultivation of those graces L. Santos Saurez, Ex-Member of the SpanishCortes, Thomas W. Jenkins Silas Wood terrs, at wholesale or retail. C LTEAM'S"HI f
tiea mid study; he becomes familiar with the vari- of manner and deportment which will fit the pupils for ten Gratiot. Benjamin Strong George D. Post au3 JAMES PATON & CO. 247 Broadway.h. ,,itb.--
So at bol from ctual e or ref with mingling in society with propriety and ease. As the Lines of Stages to Bank street-Fourth street; Bleeck George Hussey Robert H. Bowne A NEW GOODS, AND VERY CHEAP th T
trial ebane sheets, various Mercantile cal- Rector always reserves to himself the right of forming er street: Greenwch, aug 20 2m Unmah F. Carpenter Albert Woodhull .. T. STEWART & CO. have opened the fol- ins tant wll se
atrinal b s bauaitioof shymeets, Discount, and In- his household of such only as are willing to submit to FLUSHING INSTITUTE, FOR THE EDUCA James H. Titus George B. Smith lowing cheap and desirable Goods, viz: temsf thefBillsf
utsn u nFentmale4S 6 re glatsJ ois mde WADSWORT
terst- Exchnger, 'Inasranee, &e, '&c.' its laws, a silent, and gentle acquiescence in all its TION OF YOUNG LADIES. Samuel C. Parson. Plain blue black Poulr, do Soie, only 4s 6d per yard. Wnwnr
!8. WORKS, g P ae a requisite from every young lady bp R J. F. SCHROEDER, D. Dll Rector.t At a subsequent meeting of the Board, John L. Super fig'd changeable do. 4s od. sl t t
(In.educedin N..Y. P. Schools.) admitted. ecHIS SEMINARY, to be opened on the first day BornelsdqiW. w as ncusly rep ected President. Extra rich brocade Silks, very heavy, only 6s per iTC EsT
G Science of Do .ble Entr S Book-keeping Simn The pupils itut m all cases lead their lepa ssons un- of October next, wi shll offer many peculiar s advantages, J .Hels JA MES WILKIE,, Secretary, yard. F h ha s a $t o I AND
p A standards *b, eighth edition, 200 pages der the immediate inspection and direction of their for establishing the health, maturing the moral and in- THE HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANY, Elegant FN
Ent o,25. nk. ae. Irv teachers, so that all requisite encouragement and as- tellectual discipline, and promoting the present happi. JhT Office 54 Wall street. $t12 each. tio wned against trusting
"The Art of Single Entrook-keeping, tpv sistance may be given in each studr ness and eternal welfare of such young ladies as may 1 eEW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARSt-This Cao- Gras Odaer, new style, dark colors, their contracting wils
by the Introduction of the roof of Balance ;" 130 pa. The higher departments of the French, Italian and be admitted members of the Institute. In all its plans pany continues to make insurance against loss and A great variety of rich and new style printed Mus- agents.
WArectu re h FakeepiBnwi Spanish languages will be under the care of able nas- a careful reference has been had to the experience at damage ty I A, and the hazards of inland nagationd e nt de Laci es and Chalys. 1d
o d Btes. The study of the Latin will be ncouraged.- the best Schools in Europe and our own country. Its DIRECTORS. Several cases of Paris Fancy Goods. are receiving the
Balanfce Sheet." A neat pamphlet, 48 pa. 12mo. ; The French language is spoken in the family, the pu- charges for board and tuition are moderate ; and no R. Havens, Presidedt, B. L. Woolley Do. Feathers and Flowers. Mountain Coid, fresh fi
pric.)8 cents. iil4 6m. pils in this department being under the change of a go- pains will be spared to render it, in all respects, what Najab Taylor Mioah Baldwin Together with a full 'assortment of Linens, Flan- sell at the market rate
eveess qualified to discharge its duties. the most affectionate and solicitous parent on guardian Cornelius W. Lawrence Joseph Otis nels, Hosiery, Blankets, Gloves, Damask Table Cloths, sizes, in lots to suit pu
SG TUCKER, M. D.*DENTIST, Successor The Institute is furnished with a complete and valua- can desire. An earnest wish to afford his owns daugh- J. Philips PhcNix FaUnina C. Tucker Napkins, &c. &c. all of which have been selected LAING & RANE
4^ to D. Kimball, No. 3PfrkePlace Dr. Tucker ble Apparatus, to illustrate the circle of the physical ters the best opportunities to cultivate their minds ansi John Morrison Meigs o 3. Benjamin with gr eatre, nd will be sold at extremely low
TasTgcomryetcd his Professional.Studies under th; sciences, and regular lectuoeres delivered by gentle- form their characters, is a pledge to those who may Joseph B. Vanum. JohnRankin prices. sl8 srom tte c

We and efficientiinstruction of Harwood &1 Tucker menfrom the city ot New Yor.k. confide their children and wards to the Rector of thins David Lee John D. Wolfe LOVES AND HOSIERV T .. "VERPOOL OR
Bodetegthectyof Nois tof netr d ce Institute opmb ens annually on the second Mondayf that the Institute, that these also will partake of every benefit, Caleb 0. Halsted Nathaniel Weed G 27.i Greenwi H stree- Been Nod .P R
Y h plceof. p nnt residence i Septembe, an coe on the s dy hi st that his observation and experience may enable him to Wiliam W. Todd Ferdinand Suydam Chambers street, resecflly inform his customers Hks, Liverpool Orre
-To slme who amay w sh to consult him, he now re There is also a vacation of ten days at the Christmas Inovide. William Couch. and families that he as relinquished the Dry Goods elected expressly for fan
pe y ers holidays-and one of two weeks, preceding the first Of T ,, BUDI.sAN GOUNDSare thesamethatwere d21 LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary. and commenced the Glove and H t for sale in lots to sutpu
NDb r Tucker begs leave to present the following May. Occupied by the Seminary of the Rev. Dr. Muhlenberg, EW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE & TRUST the express purp ,
S ; rir.o ; uq, TEM ....& ....","c gA?1^^ ^ "TVEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE & TRUST the express purpose of keeping a full and general as- at Judd s wharf, and pi
-. ""eeanum abfromutDr.Xiu"aLTERMS. until the time of his removal to St. Paul's College, two N CO.-Persons may effect insurances with thia sortment of every desciptin connected with this de- LAING & RAND
M. H. KIMBALL having decided upon rein Boarders, $250 per annum, payable quaty d sttarterly in ad miles distant. The buildingsare verysacus, and c n o t-i on ivs, r ies o. othe artment o F e cnata es bes.a cN.
"S the practice ofhis profession, and being about vance. For this sum, the pupi is entitled to board and admirably adaptedto the ps s of t Is py t ow ies, or e lives o oers, parted o trde amie ananorthe atwl i all times es, f ae supith orall ct.is o. E,
quy v .1 pu.rpo...ses... of t.he Instit...........uttewth;t ndtuonanth....an....aneether for the whole duration of life, or for a Flied with the betqat n ae y h oe r sl r
to leaveNew-Yorkbegaleave to present to hisfriends all necessaries connected with it, and tuition in the the grounds, comprising six itper od he payments of premu m a ybe less quantity, at the lowest wholesale rces, from whh t N
his sincere acknowledgments for that confidence in English course. Extra charges are for music on the fully situated, within the limits of the town of Flush. either made annually or in a gross sum no deviationwill ITOU AND SI
hi professional skill which has been manifested h- Piano or Organ, $15 per Quarter; use of Instrument, in seven miles from the city of New York. P.rby the last arrivals
S extensive and highly respectable practice w $2. Music on the Harp, $20 per Quarter; useofIn-I ROFESSORS GOVERNSS Premiums on one hundred dollars: attention. His assortment consists of the following superior quality and si
which he has been honored urg his residence strument,3. Music on the Guitar, $12 use of In qualified and experienced,are engaged in the several de- kin v sale in lots to suit purc
New-York. strument$2. The French Language, $8. Italianand artmen ts i men's white,mxe, ack, an uneace oton, LAING & RAND
....... .. .. ......ruction.aThepresadingLatiWth.V _.1Worsted, Silk, Meno, Lien, Lamawoo, Vgonia
Ande while he is mont happy to know that there are Spanish Languages, $10 each. Latin $5. During French Governess, and some of the Instructresses, also 0 1 and Woo w llen Hos a o .
in,theity a number of gentlemen of deservedly high or Painting, $6. Lectures, including the entire yearly will reside in the building, and be withthe pupils at all .-- --o d-- --- -- ----- -- .- ,- ,- s17 6tr is
reputation, and to whom he would with the greatest course, $5. hours. 14 72 86153 38148170305 y o o o o o o o o T ACKA ANNA
il s e e c ed t c o e r o id e w i h b e . . . ..5o me3s9e b ro d e r d,7o e n w rk ed a nori b eds .. .
confidence refer his friends-yet he would take this, Each pupil is expected to come provided with bed THE TERMS for board and tuition, area hundred and 15 77 881 56 39 1 57 1 76 3 11 Co meons elb T, d M ;,ere ooo an re L a
opportunityy to recommend to their patronage and con and bedding, a silver cup, fork and spoons, a set o f ifty dollars for each session of twenty-one weeks, 16 84 90 1 62 40 1 69 1 83 3 20 Cotton, TSilk, Worsted, Menno, cashmere, Mohair, Company deliver
e E. G. TUCKER, who hascome to this brushes and combs, and twelve towels, distinctly mark aable in advance All the extra h 17 86 911 65 41 1 78 1 88 3 31 L .oo "'hi ad Sa'xon Wo Hoe .2 a...;
1 at the solicitation of Dr. Kimball, and to whom ed. She is also expected to possess, as her own prof and other elegant accomplishments, will be moderate. 18 89 92 1 69 42 1 85 1 89 3 40 frlts'ln ad opnoworke Cotton M ino an gates, at $6'50 r t
t o y"a nd"o t h ernel e g a ntoa c c o m p l i s h m e n ts,,w i l ,, oe r a e .anf a t I n n p n o *u o t n e i o
hwo r ferhis former patients in the belief that he perty, a Bible and Book of Common Prayer. For further particulars see the "Circular" of the Insti- 9 90 941 7 43 1 89 1 92 3 51 Worst1 ton free of cartage
wiU fu sstainte high character he has elsewhere Circulars may be had at the bookstores of Swords, tute,published in the CHURCHMAN; or address, by mail, 20 91 95 1 77 44 1 90 1 94 3 63 Mensean Bose Conand W. rs.B.c.comer of Beach and V
i5n s1an2 9oy 82 451 91tton,6anu worstedaBraces
I& Mg an eaicient and faithful operator. Dr Stanford &-Co. 152 Broadway; Louis Sherman, 42 the Rev. Dr. SCHROEDER, New York. All letters 21 92 97 1 82 45 1911 96 3737 and. Gm r coner of Pine street, i
1'Tuaer manufhetures the mame kind of Mineral Teeth Fulton street; Gould & Newman, corner of Nassau for him, after September 15th, are to be directed to 22 94 99 1 88 46 102 1 98 3 87 Linen CambriS iAn a ll lm
.ucbh h.ve beet exelusiveiy used by Dr. Kimball, and Fulton street; Thomas J. Crowen, Broadway; at Flus.ins Long Island, N. Y. 23 97 1 03 1 93 47 1 93 1 99 4 01 Pe.a ro e p.t el, an onon ....
l Beavor Casor Buckskinn 'eherers given, that
ad wt ah fr strength, durability, d close nation theofficeofthe Episcopal S. S. Union, 28 Ann street; steamboat plies between New York and 24 99 1 07 1 98 48 1 94 2 02 4 17 twilled Silk Pocket Handkerciefs o PORAiON
o n at u r aal te e th are u ns u rp as se d an d a t H & S R a y n o r's, 7 6 B o w e ry F i ng tw ic eev e r le a n g h e f o ot o F n 2 5 1 0 0 1 t1 2 2 0 4 4 9 1 9 5 2 04 4 4 9_ B e a v o rn, ,. ou H s, ..... M e . g iv e n ,ta
New Fushntwice every day, leaving the foot of Fulton 2510011204,4915tto449
SNew.York, April 2, I39. Applications to be addressed (post paid) to the r ec- street N Y every morning and evening, and coaches 26 1 07 1 17 2 11 50 1 96 2 09 4 60 no, Silk, Cotton, and Woollen Gloves and Mittens, of Common Council, pass
i-estmiWalI ftm Doctors Harwood & Tucker, of tor at the Institute, or to JohnL. q., 131 run twice a day from the foot of Peck slip, NYork 27112 1 23 2 17 511 97 220 4 75 r sizeand quality, ..in nae e s..ons aYk.re.
v-eton. Fulton street, New York. and stop at the Post Office inWilliamsburg five m- 28 1201 282 24 522 022 374 90 Men's Women's, and Boys' Silk, Cotton, Merino, tions from the different i
We hav e perused the above recommendation of Dr. References may be had to a* of the Patrons of the utes. Ferry-boats are continually passing between 291 28 1 352 31 532102 595 24 Lambwool, Thread and Gauze Meo Shirts and lowng cases, that is to
E, G. Tucker, and do most cheerfully confirm the Institute; to Bishop Onderdonik; Rev. Dr. Muhlen- Grand street and Williamsburg, both by day and in 30 1 31 1 40 2 36 54 2 18 2 89 5 49 Drawers ribbed and plain. l erre
vy4 dsome testimonial of our friend, Dr. Kimballi berg, St. Paul's College ; Professors Lee and Ticknor; the evening. au5 tf 31 1 32 1 42 2 43 552 32 3 21 5 78 c an d Itaan, lk andThbet W Cravats, 3d h avenue-
HARWOOD & TUCKER. Rev. Drs. Nott and Potter, of Union College; Rev. W. 32133146250 56247356605 car oa, g aps, urses, osoms, r- stree, ro

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The subscribers will beglad to LON 10 i
W with filies or for single E A$P
ra for the Winter. 4 H. ConimmOU.(tk *b
)LEMAN, & STETSON ofthe acteatitlad,,,."Msn s
Black River CBal Rod.itf*'
I HOTEL-LONDON April 19t 1&3% h .'
t, St. James', narSt. Jamea' P T51 S
Rbegs eostresc ytop- f
en visit _g Lon efon, th wbe hWits F '20 -m. ... .
ry e igily mtuated Hotel and W 1
.iaM ttepiop will be paid to i14
Ie, w'll enable him to,,co '' t...
,a moderate tn aa il I

Lfee to mand Anie t, go&_Ie-
t* -i -u-li
maiid enqloqedin 'wlB l B
TED.-Any person having a trolh4fw a.' .4 ..U .. l
htat ha been but little bed, .The'.
addressing Box No. 224 Low d
-IN APPLES-For sale by 6i 4 let n4X
the apples on 14000 Trees.1 to be qjpamit -.
. ON, at ElmNore's Ewpua, UI dit.' 'C" h.nai.pnu'
sep17 1w* 6--4 of tfivpn. pq |
.EWA"D.- Isate d, .!m".
Lane and street, in ttest
them two drawn by James Blal7 i~. tra' f'
all of which willre ofno use. J Bt thCU Qi&.-
confer favier, and4M receive to. w Ysrk d H "l^ l
g it at 14 Maiden Lane. sl8 1,9 a
)WAY-A front and backpar.. B IO
min attached, on the thiid r -.
9. aEApply at No 337Broadway. 'K "d
-A colored woman is wanted WILLIS "16i' i 0l I -_
3d apply except with good tea. JACOB IijmH4
ind capacity. Apply at No. 36 923 d2w
-A colored woman is wanted LO MENT OF TH,2 so,6l
d. Apply at No. 36 Market Commissionera of tho.% 'l-
l18 6t a't entitled "An act to pii ..' .
) IMMEDIATELY.-Wanted the navigation of the O.n ,-
a smart active Boy, about 16 29, 183, hereby giv w otwe < ' WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 be received until Saturday, t' ad
S15 instant, at 4 o'clock in the
l o aa oftwe.ty cr fiv thes"of d
is required. Apply at No. 366 of thei'People.of_ cmheo f 8
S12 o'clock. s20 3t *st atth e t)f. A .., *p ....
)-Wanted a Parlor and two quarterly, and. the, .p.J pa
one for a servant, furnished or pleasure of theComiama .'_. f diH
an below Chambers street would ter the year N8). -. "p
box No 776 Upper Post Office. It i to be undeitod thgt i.a
be at liberty to take a less aun,-f h i -a
ght gentlemen can be accommo- "suchasin their option are advdnt ee
fast and tea, with pleasant and oftthe State. ,
oms, by applying at 76 Walker The proposals may be for the whe o4MyMet,
nged. sl 6 ff said loan not less thaja1n. AlS'p r;o"
n. m ,- m. sealed up and endorsed- g&., s .
AND COLDT s* of the Oneidah ver," #d atS m
)WS' BALSAM reacted to the Comptroller atAAn-an .'"
or The money wiffl be ired'to
S--OTL'TIVTlTT o"TI Tno -Tfmnli r(iia~MIili5
H fourth in ten d3
Vest, is for sale by Druggts u days thereafter, Mid the"rr "
t, and Bowery. au i 6m days thereafter; and-is tc'&-bx-i wt-sr
A T K I N B, York Stme Bank at Ah y. 4r .
'rACTURER OF M- anhattan Compavy i c f H ilif.-
LVER WATCH DIALS, credit of the Com(ianmi enrslAs..
No. 175 Broadway. The stockholder, reaid i
BY THE COUNTES'S OF Districts, and thas r .uwlng
Rcnl ulheceive the in"eret in a&#tekelby ~ (
foola-ca vo, cloth lettr, Ne athe A ,.A 5lsJ
AND StateBa nk in t0 I I -,

by the thoughts and affections.' O. LS 'PE R,.- t
rNAM, 161 Broadwuay, N. Y.:0.LHLLy
)l.. __ ""J. H'AIGTg/J[, 7tll ;": ., ,
)kse"ler" WILLIS HA.LL, AteMv_ hmiq
A T T I N, s.13 D2w P .- ,
wh street, New York. io. oy NESEB VALLY- M
hand a general assort Saldroel* l-,
AND HOSIERY, a Mce of ttfos o aer ofate J
CRINO, ftILK AND Ci sh>o O' Ano forL e tcf4Bgg

books ontedotie an.rc Dasv~ se-u. ...;i.
DRY GOODS. Ch 4&- et., 1t
nadway, New York. t eaionewl rof ai to Leek
v PROFESSION.-AfirsSrate take the materials i edeeeived"
ng a good selrcon of theiuest tractors, at the estimate of there '. tt
Chancery, of the English and Also, for constructing 4 Brdhe ,.-- -
ered for sale. Among these arc and 36, north of Mount Mori, ae 14 ti
courts of this State. There is section No. 37 and on seetioM 1,M 2r* 4,, .and.
books on the doctrines and prac. Danavilo side-cut.,
various branches of the profes Sealed proposals will also be received ba 4 sw,.
ntire For other particulars, or until Wednesday tt oherr next, at 5 obcka
ply to P V. R. STANTON, P.sM. for constructing the rema:uin ?ntilte of
yn, near the Fulton Furry. ,:main line of tahe Genesee Valey Canal, ttifutij
section No. 86, at the northenQ ol the fiMiUum
SRITISH QUEEN, FROM (about 5 mile0 northeast of Cub ain 4i8^'.
signees of goods by this ship' to the southern end of aeetio N.. ZQi.j4i|
'ermita to the office of the agents' of te canal with the 4llqmary Rivftr t OIwaw#j
ods not permitted by the 24th AfiuS County, together with 'l the
the public store, agreeably to the: ductsWste-wiers, Bridges, CespeJ e on. "
eding. and Bultkheads, appurtend 84t.' '" lb. '
& SMITH, 4 Jones lane, PeAcShf of constructing 1" ,,
rear 103 Front st. portion of Canal above s ereeefldi^|dfttt l h~
M SHIP BRITISH QUEEN: Feeder. 011'' llaoviletm 9
fJ.-All persons are hereby cai-: Also,' for 6Composite Lock, e ,( ;'ja 1?'

norb pi by th capntain or. rload foBtrdges ondfeen sections 76 to e lni b
s21 3t and on sections 83 and 84. .af t
aN COdL.-The subscribers' Also, for the Culvert., Waste-wier and eiiihdk
in supply; of superior Peach' on sections 76to 86 inclusive. ,
ram the mines, which they will. Sealed proposals will also be received until tbe-thtef
s, in lump, broken, egg or last above moeimtioned for constructing 37 FasmBus
rchasers. es,3S double track road' Bridgea, and 13 smglm rtutk.
*OLPH, 250 Washington at. road Bridges on different aectahons of the ainali n. bq.
and con. East Broadway tween No. 52 (near Nunda 'Vilege) and ~o,75, t

and Gonvern 13&0. t y 15 nuv~a a*hv K Un,.ag.w
RELL COAL, AFLOAT.- Also0, for a Feeder, Dam an Bul4khead t Wi
g from ships Alfred and Isaac Creek. ,
1 Coal, of superior quality, se- The h .Bridgi on the t ain'line tk of Xomh N u-.
lily use, all lowered in the hold, ri to be fins aisheod by the Ist day of .Juhe IM:me
irchasers, by applying on board,' ont4e DansvilUe aide-cut including *hlso ictluW w
ier 13, E R, or to 1,2 4, and 8, by the 1st of Octobeox,ii a aU1
i OLPH, 250 Washington st work tween Nunda V".ge ad Ade t.
roadway and Gouverneur sts. by the lst day of July, 1. .
Prices proposed for work must include fl e e' e
NEY COAL. Just received. ofmatbrials necessary forthe construetiim tf ..s.
, Pietou and Sidney Coal, of a according to theplans and specifications to9b6'&j)nbMd
. .ito .ndSdny l o at the time oifreceiving proposals.
ze, direct from the mines, for Prices for excavation and emI et wijibot-
.asers at the market price, by sidered as including the expense of tim and
OLPH, 250 Washingon st. tu ming thte banks.x r .'
a nd c Gra Broadaeyr s' Security will be'required forthe perfo rmance of the
and Gouveneur a-"- contracts, and the propositions must be accdmgazM
COAL-Afloat, at the foot of ay the names of responsiblepersons, siify=iatr
e Delaware and Hudson Canal assent to become sureties. The name ofptr i pro.
Lackawanna Coal to consum- posing, and of their sureties, to be writtaout t feall
e, in good order for stoves and length ...
Dn. Also, Nut Coal, at $6 per Theparties to the propositions that may"'be "ae-
)rders left at the yard, at the ed, will be required to enter into contracts iin- h.
Vest sts. or at 53 William st., ly after the acceptance oftheir propo"it ... ,
ill meet with prompt attention. No taansfer of contraota wi be re-oo l' ''
Maps of the location., and, pdas of *
NOTICE.-Public notice is with specifications of the kind of materialT, and tiRe
pursuant to a Resolution of the manner of construction, will be ready fjr extuitaji.
ied July 31st, 1839, the follow- on the 16th day of September next, at the office of the
unauthorized to receive collec- .Chief Engineer at Mount Moris and "g a& t.6 dif
individuals assessed in the fol- .ferent ofa es of the Resimdent Egngiea, pt. X M t
say, Morris, at Portage and at Cuba, for the work to t
, inl*e openg of 23d street, on their respective divisions, who will attend to rive
43d sreet, from East to Hudson all necessary information and furnish bank. proposi.
a East to Hudson River-130th tons ....' "L 1.'. I

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." "- -. ---- thinly fall short of the expcetations'entertained
The AbSAy N. Y. A 4tal 1Kaengs, that Gov. abroad of its probable extent. F Indeed, -our people
Swl hie given mort..offme.ce to the foreigners at hom `can scarcely realize so greafa falling off
of that Ote, by tracflhing with a grandson ofh in so short a time,-but the evidence on all hands,
RVmfu .. ws a and the accounts from all quarters, confirm us in
It iOtOlapika tVar an Buren, while a the-opinion, that the Georgia crop 'vill fall far be-
mel4qdt6f t='New brk Senate, inot only voted, low a fair average, in its extent.--[Messenger.]
but wroe a letter in favor of Rufus King's elec-
tion to 4the ate of the United States. Now BUFFALO BANKS.-We are authorized to say,
,hiat meaiue of contempt ought not to be meted that the bills of 'the Commercial Bank of Buffalo,
out to *0 conductor of the Argus, who thinks it no
crii e Mi Van. Buren to have supported Mr. and of the CityBank of Buffalo, are redeemed at
King for'oe of the highest offices of the nation, the North American Trust and' Banking Company
and yet abuses Mr. Seward for even consenting to in this city.
be *enu in "o)p=ay with Mr. K.'s descendant, of
th-eopd or-third generation! [For the New York American.]
.I. w istl these Loco-Foco editors are GLANCES AT MEN AND THINGS.
Joural.) No. 14.
b"elr.Ithfcomawnt of the Lonisville Journal MASSACHUSETTS.
m"nt im i,-O.0t basaeiss of the Albany Argus. Between Lynn and Salem, on what is called
Bti M iN a, q ity which needs no new proof, "the old road," lies a deep ravine in the midst of
and wh.i& the sordid editor finds so profitable, as those rouh and rocky hills where the vile rattle-
to twa inmlff, at such good prices, quite accepts- snake still holds his ancient dominion undisturbed.
ble toilgn. This spot is 'note-worthy as the locale of one of the
We certainly do not propose to vindicate Go- most romantic legends of that dark and bloody day
O .Cllo SewarA-certainly not to those who, of New England witchcraft, when a heavy cloud
. ~-. r .' r have. American hearts in their bo- of delusion settled over the minds of the people,
S g'o the crime of travelling with a descend- and the entire community believed themselves
*of the framer? of the Constitution of the given over to the buffetings of the Enemy of Souls.
''ltt- ltesa,--of one whose life was devoted to Cotton Mather, in his marvellous "Magnalia,"
t h public service, an whose purity and patriolis (I am not sure but he locates the scene nearer the
Swro without alloy or Wlin.... or of that descend- Merrimack,) speaks of it as the favored rendezvous
u. Iak r. ppe to ips other than in all hu- of witches, wizards, and prestigious spirits," call-
oladv,-ht with all conviction to say of him, in the ed together at the dread hour of midnight, by the
lseguage of Mr. Burke, speaking of his own son, blast of a great trumpet The sound is represent-
he "eedp not resort to any stagnant wasting re- ed as having been exceedingly awful, startling the
ervoir of blerit inay ancestry. Hehas in him- whole country for miles around. At certain set
seif a salient living spring of generous and manly times, not only "the prestigious spirits" of New
action." Bult we desire to put it to those even of England, but of the entire world of witchcraft here
the supporters of the Agus, whoprofess regard for, assembled, and performed their dark rites. There,
and faith in, institutions, whether an American the Demon in person, administered his terrible sa-
Sis to 6e judged by his own actions and character, or crament of human flesh to his disciples, and bap-
by those of -his .progenitors, over which he could tised them with blood. Some of the accused per-
have no control, and for which, either for good or sons in the court at Salem, confessed that they
evilibe can claim neither merit nor responsibility. had gone at the sound of the trumpet to the place
Witly It has been ordained, that with us there are of gathering; had danced with the shadowy forms
ao rwktry distinctions. Should there then be of the evil beings whom they met, and partaken
hbdauqtry proscriptions l "Or is it conducive to with them of the dreadful sacrament ; which they
go4pwrals, or to the perpetuation of those holiest said "was very red and tasted raw "
of uot lao tions which have their centre round This legend has not escaped the notice of a Mas-
the B6ushold hearth, to insisi, that the path to sachusetts poet, whose genius is an honor not only
pla r faus and eonsfidnce can only be asccess- to his native State, but to the Republic. By his
fil. pauraed ,by those who first begin by permission, I quote a few stanzas from an unfinish-
tranpling under fot the name and character of their d poem, which is intended to illustrate-the weird
o.gilwogi oitors. romance.
.iiB we will not farther argue such a question, "A trumpet in the darkness blown !
m .io less' can we condescend to retort upon the A peal upon the air!
A4%" q personal argument to which the editor The church-yard answers to its tone
With boding shriek, and wvail, and groan-
vb*,seawa lw is so open. We despise such war- Tahe dead are gliding there !
f4b O.ieftRely and unaffectedly as 'we do the -. It rose upon the hush'd midnight,
uiit mereelariea who resort- to it. A summons long and clear-
.4* "r'". .. '"- The wakeful shuddered with affright,
f [ irm ttj Al"basy Daily Aderjtiser.] -^ The dreaming sleeper sprang upright
arcnn-lb o And pressed his stunning ear.
i;LE> StW" 'iemmc' T Review, there was published an : The Indian, where his serpent eye
abe article on the subject of the Penny Post Beneath the reen wood shone,
ea nr discussion in En.lad.T.e Started and toss'd his arms on high,
ytm un discussion in England. The And answered with his o n wild cry,
write, aftexplaining the objects for the proposed The deep unearthly tone.
c ge in. the British Post-Office, dwelt at some The deep unearthly tone.
leng1th upon the *dvantaget of a similar refonn in The wild birds rose in startled flocks
this country. In this Vount, which from the As the long trumpet swelled,
quarter m wbhih it appear. we piesume to be offi- The gaunt fierce wolf and cavey'd fox,
cial, we fred the following remarkable declaration : IThe mutual terror yelled."
U"Fom notimig, the 0General Pot-.Ofic ,has worked The gathering of the demons and witches, is thus
its way to an importance equal to ail the other Depart-
maite of We Government; and in POWER and labor, described:-
it is tbou o muaiW them al/. With the exception of "From islands of the far-off sea--
&et eHt Bwmauwit is the only office under Govern- From Heola's ice and flame:
ii s.tlupxiorts itself. Truly, it is a MIGHTY R F.iJ From where the loud and savage breeze
t iit~ e diotabritor of U roh upwards o Growls thro' the tall Norwegian trees, ,,
N SecjffwC anA wizarA'eca.
'i And from the sunny land of palma,
Bq anay'- ,The negtaoIi.was here;
iy the Po Department. The Gree-gree with his Obi charms;
a noi a0 ,sIlbn that it ryacbed any thing The Indian with his tattoo'd arms
tE$'... a al W*' T.'ioT-rv s ATosnn. It is And wild and streaming hair."
f *^M + K;fe r r which we at least were not pre- T'he poem describes a traveller looking down i-
f a! f ulny agree with the writer in the to ihe glen upon the unholy assembly. He sees a.
SRimw, tht "it is truly A MIGTY c .dc"cl, "d cognizes
I~."" I caleitv for good or for evil is indeed young girl enter the charmed circle, and recgn
e.ormoqs. From beftg. only the "distributor" it her as one whom he has betrayed and abandoned.
may omee the regulator of light throughout our She takes the fearful oath and sacrament, on con-
oftry..- Thb "thirty-five thousand agents," act- edition that her betrayer may be accurst.
iaail.aCw tue orders of the Chief of this Depart- her brow
Sm---giics taite. a body of household troops Grew dark as those around her
wril..fiMe4 uxrtions it would be utterly impossi- As burned upon herlip that vow,
N W.- mt.: The Post-Master General, at the Which Christian ear may never know-
lIk thirti. rVe thousa l Post-Masters, Collec- And the dark fetter bound her.
'Ottit C etois, would indeed be a formida- Ah, there she stood i the holy heaven
i"l5.-,b .allowerfhi friend. His influence, Was looking down on her:
.>|llji polair political scale, would necessarily An Angel from her bright homn driven,
balance ia favor of the Party he ea- A spirit lost and doomed and given
,de-" .existing laws, this force, sub- To fiend and sorcerer."
jLt, to i, to the orders of the Post-Master Ge- The spell of witchcraft begins its work uponthe
gLU hfr tOOlapowesful. traveller-
:-. twlrib .we adl, would be ths consequence if, trvle :--
.b.t, oe kwuldbTe thc e e wf, "That night was one of mortal fear i
^ s te use n th 8b-nTrear Bill, thegs whole T~hTe morning rose to him
..h-iu e.m En-IN om '" were placed under the Black as the shroudings of a bier,
immediate control of the President ? By the pro- As if the blessed atmosphere

iW a of that bill, all post-masters, collectors of Like his own soul rere dim.
- ,wJm, surveyors of-the ports, and receivers at He walked among his fellow men
-d.o i fi e are made depositaries of the pub- With wild and dreamy air-
SlIs. Thre as well as the four Receivers- For, whispering in his ear again
TSilathe Post-Malter General, and the Trea- The horrors of that haunted glen-
..-ilm '0hia UniA States awe to be appointed, di- The demon found him there.
or i .ireAtly, by the President. Through And when he would have knelt and prayed
_a_- .-a-1l,-- "THE. THIIRY-FIVE THOU- Amidst his household band,
adp a1r" 1e in that Department be- I An unseen power his spirit stayed,
l j 1e6'control of the Executive. An 1 on his moving lip was laid
"ledtkb,,evrwt yorp, and receivers, an Ahot and burning hand !"
ray ge are placed at the dispo- The wretched victim of witchcraft dies under
i a e ntluhoi. Their united his agony. On his death-bed, in a lucid interval,
i it wwomld be wholly impossible to resist, he reveals to the minister of the parish the hor-
Aelitin& obedience to a single will, their disci- rible secret of his disease, and accuses the youth-
." w- ld defy. .all opposition. ful sorceress. She is seized and tried for the crime,
711*tl~ IO nothing alarming m this simple state- u
I. s .ere nothing anti-rep.ibia in the pro- and executed.
b i cil t itre this vast power in the hands of As you pass from Salem to Danvers, Witch
-"" .'Are no dangers to be dreaded from Hill" is -pointed out to you. The. tree on which
-.f We k tke r stndg army Eof ci'iv most of the victims of that frightful malady were
.. ti ". Vi Of the Yational Executive
Are ti'. moohs .bit teg"asary terrors in this view hanged, was standing upon it antil within the last
'of the Sub-Treasury System? fifteen years. Every part of it, except the heart
W BEysurvive such an innova- of the trunk and principal branches, had long since
h1ip.a Are the People perished,-and it stood -tp on the naked hill-top
adll this power to one man.
powerto onelmTan1 1 WOlike a g Iunt grim skeleton, whitened and wasted
u |Ir i by exposure to sun and storm.

'jW51."~S Javk'o ville (East Flori- By a natural transition, I turn to contemplate
,|nol of Mthe 14th iustatt, rivea the follow- .... o.
i ofi 14th imst, Iitbe true,follo the celebrated' family of the SALTONSTALLS. Sir

.m behaved nobly indeed. The private Richard Saltonstall wv9 one of the earliest and
l them should be placed on the list for noblest'of the Puritan fathers. HIe resided, I
SN .-A gentleman direct from think, at Haverhill, on the Merrimack, Col. Na-
"./S ,, jfriicrM Neis.-A gentleman direct from .tai os a g rnoo wa
..iiii lli ll hatn the h ultmo, thamel Satonistanl, a grandson of Sir Richard, was
.,., .-- s-08, that on. the Mth ultimo,

Yours, &c.


PAPERS--By the British Queen.
THE MADISON PAPERS.-The prospectus of the
publisher at Washington of these papers having
been transferred to the London Times, with a
comment by that paper upon the great value of
such a publication, as laying bare the foundations
of a great-State, and exhibiting to us the workmen
employed in its construction, in the midst of their
labors,-Mr. Elliott, the publisher of the close
volume of debates of the State Convention, who
happened to be in London, addressed a letter to
the Times, complaining that the prospectus in
question asserted propositions as to the want of
accurate memorials of the period to which the
Madison Papers relate, which were unjust and in-
jurious to his publications. An anonymous writer
also calls in question the authenticity of Mr. Madi-
son's notes of debates in the Convention, and
speaks of the prospectus as a bookseller's puff.
-p--lea.* ta thcsJe*tkji, the Times ,maka
these remarks :
We publish the letters of two correspondents on
the subject of the Madison Papers, which are cal-
culated to qualify the favorable view we were at
first disposed to take of that publication, thourk one'
of them proceeds from rival authorship. The work
not having yet reached this country, it was impos-
sible of course to judge how far it served the high
character given of it on the spot, and if brother
Jonathan" has mounted his stilts on the occasion,
it is right that he should be taken down. If it
contains, as was broadly and unanswerably stated
of it in the account which we quoted, almost ver-
batim reports, now given for the first time, of the
speeches of the American statesmen who formed
the constitution of 1787, it cannot but be an ac-
ceptable present to all political readers ; if not, it
is about the most barefaced piece of impudence
ever practised.
MILITARY RzVIEW.--We mentioned some days
ago, the gratification we had derived from being
present at a Review of the small military force en-
camped at Trenton. The annexed extract refers
to a Review upon a far different scale :
A lette.from Moscow, in the Augsburg Gazette,
gives the following account of some preparations
for the grand reviews in the environs of Mojaisk
and Borodino: "The greatest portion of the army,
which will amount to 250,000 men, will be can-
toned at Mojaisk, near which town a palace for the
Emperor and his family, and their guests, has been
constructed,, containing 200 rooms. A contractor
has been permitted to erect, in imitation of a small
town, a series of buildings, about 1000 yards from
the Palace, containing in the centre a French re-
staurant, the saloons and apartments of which are
splendidly furnished. This is surrounded by Rus-
sian and German houses of entertainment, and
wine shops. In the evening, all these will be il-
luminated, and music and dancing will be prolong-
ed till late hours. At a distance of 300 yards on
each side there will be four large buildings, each
containing 89 chambers intended for foreigners
and general officers, behind which are dwellings
for their servants, with coach-houses and stabling.
On one side are buildings for blacksmiths, shoe-
makers, tailors, and two large ovens and slaughter-
houses, where 100 oxen with a proportionate num-
ber of calves, sheep, &c. may be killed daily.
There are also a spacious hospital, a post-house
with 150 horses to convey passengers to and from
Moscow (a distance of eight leagues,) an establish-
ment for 100 washerwomen with all their appara-
tus, warm baths, and capacious magazines and
warehouses,. At each angle of this, temporary
town are raised four towers, which are to be illu-
minated at night, and will form as many light-
houses. The cabinet-makers have sent 1000 sofas
and 620,000 chairs from Moscow. The cost of all
these things is said to have exceeded 8,000,000
ber of clergymen addressed to Lord Londonderry
the following memorial, on occasion of his duel

is a devoted sodof The pride of the Old Thir-
teen," and posmiase many of the characteristics of
.*his itinent icetori. Gentlemanly and dignified
in h~idepur ient, od4wcd with d discriminating
imid, a ca..l judgiient, mach political and legal
knowledge, a smooth and lucid elocution, asq,-m
ability to express many thoughts in few wore, he
is competent to assume a high standing in the pre-
apnt able Congressional delegation from this State.
'Vis competitor for the seat vacated by Mr. Phil-
lips, was ROBERT RANTOUL, JR. Esq. These gen-
tlemen are vastly unlike in their mental peculiari-
In ascribing to Mr. Rantoul more genius than,
judgment; more acuteness than comprehension;
more boldness than discretion; more momentum
than solidity ; I would not disparage the talents of
one of the ablest men in the State. His judgment
as to the best mode of fighting a single battle, is
intuitively correct-as unerring as the magnetic
needle. In assigning to him more acuteness than
comprehension, let it not be supposed that he is
deficient in the latter. He possesses a capacity
for enlarged views, and usually sees with great
clearness the remote bearings of principles and
measures-but his acuteness is as piercing as light,
as rapid as the electric flash. His indomitable
courage, when goaded forward by the irrepressible
ardor of his temperament, sometimes overtakes and
bears away captive his discretion; while the solid
frame-work of h.s mind is shaken by the rush with
which he speeds onward in the track which a ge-
nius eminently original has marked out before him.
The logic of Mr. Rantoul is one of points and an-
gles-of blinding flashes and shivering strokes--
not the less difficult to encounter, because its as-
saults are irregular and unexpected.
On the other hand, Mr. Saltonstall is always
calm, consecutive, clear ; never surprising by feli-
citous hits-those offspring of sparkling genius-
but pouring the cool stream of his argument in a
smooth current, which delights, but never thrills,
and which may gradually undermine, but never
suddenly overwhelms. In a tempestuous debate,
Mr. R. would exult to scale the mountain billow,
while Mr. S. would joy to pour oil on the angry
waves-and in those commotions, incident to the
violent concussion of intellect with intellect, when
the latter would shrink from the piloting, the for-
mer would seize the helm and guide the vessel
through the gale with admirable skill.
My pen lingers to trace, in its rude manner, the
outlines of the character of one of Mr. Saltonstall's
immediate predecessors-but, if indulged at all, it
must be deferred to my next.

"I am your ever'faithful and loving wife,
"You will keep Smith as long as you please,
till it is convenientfor you to see him. I do not
understand the HdOse dividing at half past 12,
and your not being at home till half past 2."
Mr. Pitt to Lady Chatham.
Feb. 22, past 4, 1776.
Happy, indeed, was the scene of this glorious
morning (for at past 1 we divided), when the sun
of liberty shone one more benignly upon a coun-
try too long benighted. My dear love, not all the
applauding joy which the hearts of animated grati-
tude, saved from despair and bankruptcy, uttered
in the lobby, could bich me in any degree like the
tender and lively iligiht which breathes in your
warm and affection e note.
"All together, 4(y dearest life, makes me not
ill today after the Atumense fatigue, or not feeling
that I am so. Wondr not if I should find myself in
a placid and sober etver, for tumultuous exultation
you know I think it permitted to feeble mortal
successes ; but my delight, heartfelt and solid as
it is, must want its~lweetest ingredient (if not its
very essence) till I' joice with my angel, and with
her join in thanksgi ng to protecting Heaven, for
all our happy deliv oces.
"Thank you for"'i eight of Smith: his honest
joy and affection clnri me. Loves to the sweet
babes, patriotic or r., though I hope impetuous
Wiliam is not bel in feelings of that kind.-
Send the saddle ho if you please, so as to Be
in town early tono. w morning I propose, and
Shop, to execute nyi journey to Hayes by 11.
Your ever loving husband, "W. PITT."
The pride of cowtry and of woman's affection-
in the letter of L+a,,Chatham, and the manly re-
turn made to such )ave by her husband, are fairly
illustrated in thosc aanifestly confidential letters.
TEMPTING Oleps~.4Under this title we copied,
last week, a statement from the Circular to Bankers,
that the Russian Git.rnnment had offered to pur-
ri. L i-.-.-+ A*ti #rnE-- -ny% thg% 'Rr;<;,ia <('n.,gin

fer nce than the sirie, he must expose
himself both to obloqUy wlo treatment which no-
thing less than the degree of Christian
courage, and a sincer&T chiceat to the Divine
jw.rd can enable him aih' wiskness andnit 'h.
u.ntacy.to.bear; *q-w-.'e v, though with
mn b~ in your Iccd-,i
Sp^M^^san^^^^'^' treamtenta
wou its .. ;'WT-.btt we would,
at thi same time, beg ur Lordship to consider
how, in the same degree the example would have
been influential for goo instead ,of evil, and the
benefit great tosociety:'at large, and how it would
have contributed to the ascendency of Christian
principles, if your Lordship, instead of bowing to
the evil requirements of a worldly code, had sim-
ply, but courageously, asserted, from the high van-.
' tage ground which your exalted station gives you,
those Christian principles which ought to regulate
the conduct of every rank; and if your Lordship
had availed yourself of the late occasion, both as a.
Christian senator and nobleman, of applying those
principles to social and public life, and of substitu-
ting them for that pernicious rule by which society,
and especially its upper classes, hath hitherto been
"We would humbly submit that we are compel-
led to view this transaction in connexion with that
church for whose etcelJencies and privileges your
lordship is a strenuous advocate, and to exhibit it as
detrimental to the spread of spiritual influence,
without which religion is but. an empty name, a
thing unsanctioned and unblessed by God, and as cal-
culated to draw down the'wrath of God no less upon
an acquiescing Church and people than on the ac-
tual offenders.
"We cannot but press our hope that this our
humble representation,-v'w ich a regard for society,
your lordship, and ourioly calling forbids us to with-
hold, may be received with your wonted candor,
and we lay .before yourJordship with the earnest
prayer that you may be endued with the grace, wis-
doem, and understanding which shall enable you to
see and to repair your error, and that it may be so
blessed by God, that it may be subservient to your
lordship's good, and through your instrumentality
to that of society, ind to the ascendency of those
holy and blessed principles which your lordship has
been counselled so'fearfully to violate, and by which
alone as a Christian people we ought to be guided
and governed.
"We have the ionor to subscribe ourselves,
Your Lordship's most humble
and faithful servants."
The difficulty of thb case with such men as
Lord Londonderry, 4d others similarly situated,
is, that they cannot very well plead regard to reli-
gion, and obedience to its injunctions, in a matter
where personal safety is hazarded, unless their ha-
bitual course of life proves that the same consider-
ations influence them in all other matters,: in other
words, religion must mot be made a cloak for.cow-
ardice, where it does not operate as a restraint
upon immorality.
a publication now making in London, of the pri-
vate correspondence of Wm. Pitt, the great Lord
Chatham, the following letters are taken, of which
the remarks prefixed will explain the occasion :
On the 14th of January, 1766, the house met
again after a short adjournment, and on the address
being moved, Mr. Pitt made a most powerful and
eloquent speech, in which, after denying the con-
stitutional right 'of the mother country to tax her
colonies for the support of her domestic expendi-
ture, he concluded with recommending an imme-
diate repeal of the act 'that had occasioned such
complaints. Many and vehement were the debates
that ensued on this question. A bill was, how-
ever, ultimately carried for repealing the obnoxious
measure, and on that occasion we have tho fol-
lowing pleasing letters between Mr. Pitt and his
wife :-
Lady Chatham to Mr. Pitt..
HYES., past 9, Saturday, Feb. 22, 1766.
"Joy to you, my dear love. The joy of thou-
sands is yours, under Heaven, who has crowned
your endeavors with such happy success. May the
Almighty give to mine and to the general prayers,
-4is5yOU may r Oi~n lOtmt ay increaaOedt Beu, oC.-
any eolM t hat may tihnetea it, by-and-by I will
hope that Mr. Onsfw may have been a true pro-
phet, and that what yon saw yesterday, and what
Jphnson tells me yo. heard, the gratitude of a res-
cued people, have cured you.
"I cannot tell you with what pleasure my eyes
opened upon the news. All my feelings tell me
that I hate oppresaimon, and that I love zealously
the honor of my dear husband. I must not be sor-
ry that I do not see you to-day: it would be too
great a hurry, and it is fit you should rejoice with
those that triumphed under you.
"I hope that little Hester's cough is something
better; much I cannot say, but as it has begun to
yield, I trust we hill soon get the better of it.
She and John are b no means indifferent to the
news. Eager Mr. Wiiliam I have not yet seen.
A thousand thanks *Sr your dear note of yesterday.
The hounds are justdiscovered in Dock-mead, and
have animated us into a charming noise; which
would be inconvenimt-if I had more to add, than

Relative to fencing in a new Turnpike Road to
be constructed, through the Long Island Farms.
Adverse to macadamizing 10th Avenue to the
Bloomingdale Road. Adopted.
In favor of the appointment of an Inspector of
Quercitron Bark for this city, with a report of the
minority. Recommitted.
Adverse to the appointment of an Inspector of
Junk Shops and Pawnbroker's offices.
In favor of selling to J. D. Stephenson and Na-
thaniel Pierce, the Pier at the foot of Clinton
street for $15,000, and remitting the taxes due
thereon. Laid on the table.
Papers from the other Board.
Report in favor of paving Broadway with wood,
from Bleecker to Art street. Concurred in.
In favor'of regulating 25th street between Bloom-
ingdale road and-the North river. Concurred in.
In favor of regulating Ist aveneuc from 13th to
23d streets and 21st street from 3d avenue to the
East river Concurred in.
Communication from Aid. Willis, relative to the
land in Cedar street occupied by hose company No.
8. Referred.
Sundry ordinances for repairs of streets. &c.
severally adopted.
Report adverse to considering a remonstrance
against opening 128th street. Adopted.
In favor of granting to the owners of the old line
of Liverpool packets the use of the slip foot of Ful-
ton street was, after a protracted discussion, laid on
the table.
Sundry reports in favor of repairing certain
streets, severally referred.
Resolution to allow the Dock Masters to receive
their salaries monthly. Concurred in.
Sundry assessments for repairs of streets &c.
severally confirmed and assessors appointed,
Resolution in favor of removing from Albany
Basin the remains of a small vessel some time since
sunk there.E(Referred.
Resolution authorizing the committee on charity
and alms house to visit the cities of Boston and
Philadelphia to make inquiries relative to the man-
agement of the almshouse and hospital departments
+I.i ,+- ..,;+ :i -;.-, 4^ +ha- *_ --- __ f

ringle, -R. E., and Mr. Parkes-gat the "total
number of vessels, of all sizes and lines, propojled
by steam, belonging to the Unitd JKingdom and
the Colonies, amounts to 810,'ti gristered .ton-
nage being 87,907; to which, add the tonnage of
eenin-room rot register 3; m
alti~spB ; 157,840 tons, inmp'd by 63,250Ah6rse

office, on Frkday-last, Larkin Leigh and Wm. Hei-&
ry, the first and second mates of the American ship'
St. Marks, and Wm. Pierce, the 'steward of the
same ship, were chardi, with having passed off to
Mr. Thos. Luff and Mr. Dqavo, exchange brokers,
near George's Dock, several"l:totes of the North
River Bank of New York, which Aotes hadbeen
.fraudulently altered so as to represent a higher
amount'than that for which they were issued. The
notes in question had been originally issued for two
dollars, but the word 'and:figure two had, wherever
it appeared, been alteredto, twenty. It was stated
that Pierce had changed one of the notes on the
19th August last, that the second imate bhad changed"
one on the 24th August, the steward-of the Mem-
phi3 changed one on the 25th August, and on the
same day three similar ones were changed; the
steward of the Cambridge had also presented" Mr.
Luff with a similar note which he changed. Seve-
ral other notes, all purporting to be of the value of
20 dollars, had been changed for sovereigns. The
captain of the St. Mark said the notes had been
most ingeniously altered, so as to represent ten
times their value. Pierce entered into a long state-
ment, which tended to throw the whole blame up-
on the mate, who, if his statement be true, and it
was strongly corroborated by other evidence, has
not only been dealing largely in these altered notes,
but has had in his possession a quantity of counter-
feit dollars which he has from time to time endea-
vored to sell. A young sailor, named Goodman,
stated that the mate had endeavored to make him
purchase some of the dollars at 50 cents each, telling
that him they would do to pass off amongst the girls.
Goodman replied, the girls were not such fools, for
they always bit their money.--(A laugh.) The'
prisoners were remanded till this day (Monday.)
THE AMISTAD.-We had the promise of a copy
of the charge of Judge Thompson, in the case of
the Africans now in custody at Hartfoid, but did
not receive it until so late an hour that its publica-
tion was impossible to-day.
The Court decided that there is no ground
upon which they can entertain the motion under
the writ of habeas corpus." The prisoners will be
remanded to New Haven.
Edwards.-The trial of David Taft for the murder
of Andrew Remsen, yesterday, resulted in a verdict
of manslaughter in the third degree.
[From the Courier and Enquirer.]
Invitation from Maj. Gen. Sandford, for the
Board to witness the review ef the 1st Division of
Artillery, in front of the City Hall. Accepted.
Petitions Referred-Of James Hannagan, for a
lease of certain vacant lands; of James S. Cam-
meyer, for transfer of butcher's stand ; of R.
Townsend, for a revisal of laws relative to the re-
gulation of weights and measures in the markets ;
from the deputy collector of assessments, for an
alteration in the laws relative thereto; of J. W.
Singer, for stall No. 3, Essex Market: of W. A.
Thompson, for extension of time to pay for lots
corner of Grove and Bleecker streets; of Henry
Russell et als. citizens of New York and Brook-
lyn, complaining that the lesees of the South,
Fulton, Jackson, and Catherine fTerries, charge
illegal rates of ferriage ; of C. Halliday, President
of the Northern Dispensary, negotiating for a
contract to vaccinnate persons residing in the
neighborhood; of George R. Ives, for leave to
construct a vault corner of Nassau !and Cedar
streets; of citizens of 4th, 6th, 7th and 10th
Wards, for a market foot of Catherine street.
Reports-In favor of granting piers at Lent's ba-
sin and Exchange slip, to certain lines of steam and
tow boats. Adopted.
In favor of transferring stall No. 37 Essex mar-
ket, to Samuel Kellinger. Adopted.
Of the Fire and Water Committee, fixing the
location of certain hose and engine houses, and au-
's rmiimg the lease property for that purpose.-,-
In favor of regulating part of 27th street,' be-
tween 5th Avenue and the old post road. Adopted.
Discharging the Committee from the further
consideration of the subject of the erection of a
Dwelling for the Superintendant ef the Almshouse
at Bellevue, and referring the same to a Joint Spe-
cial Committee.m -
In favor of granting a certain lot of ground to the
House of Refuge. Laid on the table.
In favor of removing the Bellevue Almshouse
establishment to Blackwell's Island, and the Long
Island Schools to Randall's Island. Laid on the
table and printed.
Authorizing Ellett Cahoo to erect Weigh Scales
in front of his house at Manhattanville. Adopted.
;'. In favor of revising the plans of regulating the
City, north of 42d street. Adopted.
In favor of constructing a sewer in 21st street,
from 2d Avenue to the river.

AUGUsTA, Sept. 18th.
BOARD OP HEALTH.-The Board reported the
deaths of four white persons, and one person of co-
lor, during the last twenty-four hours.
We are gratified to see that the health of Charles-
ton is on the mend. During the week, ending on
the 15th inst., the number of deaths in that city
was 23, of which 7 were by the yellow fever.-
[Balt. Amer.]
MOBILE, Sept. 15.
Public health continues without improvement;
the flattering prospects we noticed in our last were
entirely deceptive. A northerly wind has prevailed
for some past days; and, considering our decreasing
population, the epidemic appears to be fearfulty on
the increase.
[From the New Orleans Bee, Sept. 14.]
Sept. 13--up to 9 o'clock, P. M.
Admitted 18
Yellow Fever 13
Deaths 4

Sept. 13-up to 9 o'clock, P. M.
Admitted 2
Discharged -
Died -
Remaining in the house 47

Interments at the Bayou cemetery, Sept. 13-
17 ; from the hospital 6 : yellow fever 9. At the
Catholic cemetery 3 interments--none of yellow
fever. At the American cemetery 2 interments-
both yellow fever.
Bermuda papers to the 3d inst. state that the
yellow fever was making dreadful ravages in St.
Vincent, St. Lucia, and Demerara. The troops
were great sufferers.
Saturday, Sept. 14, 1839.
Cleared at Honesdale for Rondout, during one week
ending this day, 168 boats containing coal, 5,040 tons.
Total amount of coal cleared at Honesdale for Rond-

F {lfiumurtieda f Jor the N. 7. AmericMt.
.rm .#SroBie#heri smetisrmiefjij r-
? i"*Ptght:Day. t8 A. 5. .-' :,
Tu. 17th 60b'7 9'1...77 SW.-Fine. RaiAitnigh
W. 18th 64" 750 *1'.-.-Changeable. Violent
thunder storm at 51 P. M.
Th. 19th 58 760 9.80 NW.-Fine.
Fr. 20th 600 79 29.92 WSW. to SW.-Fine.
Sa.:! 2Ist 620 ^ '9.2`SW0-Fme.',
Su. 22d 630 810 29.92 SW.-Fine.
M. 23d 640 -o 29.61 NNW.--Fine.
The wiud was South in'tIe morning, but blew all
round the c6hOais8 during the afternoon.
Monday Evening, Sept. 23, 1839.
We received a JItter the day before yesterday
from.'a friend in Connec.ticut, giving us inforiatioi.
of some.consequence in relation to the Jewitt City
;Bank, which three of -the evening papers-. copied
from our columns; two of them, the Commercial
and the Star, publishing it as it came, directed tb,
"'The' Editors of the New York Gazette," and
without being at the trouble taken by the Ameri-
can, to erase that direction., It i a very small mat:
ter, but, as on this, as 'on frequent occasions hereto-
foro, there is so much pains taken to treat this pa-
per with kindness, we feel' disposed to make the
The letter in question, was brought to, this office
by a gentleman connected, with the Jewitt City
Bank-and who was supposed by'4us to be the writer
-with a request that it might be published in our
columns. Viewed in ady -aspect, both the offence
and its reprimand are very smalP' matters.
D)STRUCTIVE FIRE.-Yesteiday afternoon be-
tween four and five o'clock, a fir& k6ke* out in the
National Theatre', on the comer of 'epziard and
Church streets, which very soon enveloped that
building in flames and spread destruction ,dUugh-
out the neighborhood. The fire is said to ,bhve
originated either by theS explosion of a gas piil,'br
by some carelessness of the person who had charge.
of tke pipes and who turned the supply-cock the'
wrong way. The accumulated gas soon reached
the light, when a complete explosion took place.
From the inflammable nature of the decorations, the
progress of the flames was very rapid. They burst
out with violence in every direction, and soon com-
municated with the wood work of the cupola upon
the French Church on the corner. of Franklin
street, thence through the rafters of the roof to the
body of the Church, which was entirely consumed.
By great exertions, the beautiful organ was taken
down and saved.
The great heat and falling sparks had by this
time ignited the roof and casements of the African
Church opposite to the Theatre, in Leonard street,
which was in a few minutes entirely enveloped in
flames. The roof of the Reformed Dutch Church,
in Franklin street, being of wood, opposed no ob-
stacle to the spread of the fire in that direction ;
and this commodious building, lately repaired at a
large expense, was also included in the general
conflagration. The whole was the work of a very
short space of time-shorter, probably, for the
amount of property destroyed, than- any fire since
the burning of the Exchange. The private houses
burnt were comparatively few. Those in Franklin
street, between the Dutch and French Churches,
strange to say, are still standing. The amount of
property lost was very great. The interior of the
African Church iscompletely destroyed, the loss
falling upon a class not the best able to sustain it.
The French Church, a most beautiful and costly
building, was, we learn, not insured. The Nation-
al Theatre, erected at an expense of about $A100,-
000, upon a lot costing $60,000, was insured for
$30,000. TI;he Dutch Church has had $700
apebt qsa/iC.in repairs, an4- w. scored bhg, in-
surance to the amount of $8,000 on the building,
and $3,000 on the consistory.
Much effort was neceeary to prevent the spread
of the element in a westerly direction. The heat
upon the roofs of the opposite houses was intense,
but a judicious application of water saved them.
The residence of General Lewis, in Leonard street,
was in imminent danger, as also the large houses
immediately opposite. Some of the papers speak
of the inefficiency of the fire department in a man-
ner which should cause an inquiry into the circum-
stances, although, with such a wind, and such ma-
terials, hardly any exertions could arrest the pro-
gress of the flames.

11T 9d iK wpold, Pi ThO ^jJ C

Rveeread erbdra, ami i faeri" i in i -
ring tho H mt 111 |iirjriig h Tdlwr| l telX 1
fagation of last evening, priacipaly hin hi
sence. The tender, by Mr. Henry R. Dnulhm, .i-
chiaist, of his own services, and th se i the woirkmi
of his establishment, and that of the services 1f Mr.
Creighton, and other gentlemen,- attached to qi.WM
No. 5, are among the many instances of kirnness feo
which his thanks, and those of his family, wfe justly
due, and most cordially rendered.
Franklin street, Sept. 24, 1839. it

Z7' Thissuperiorstyleof Gentlieum 's at which
in the short space of time sine they have bs intro-
duced, have gained such uncommon cebbri,lti an
prepared for the fall and winter, of a -w anLidu
improved pattern, and the RA#txuUmi 6 in ifek, in
some particulars, to those heretofore mainouetpled.
itD As there are many who are till debttib6 h
superiority of the Moleskin Hate over othbry fe-i b
scriber would respectfully refer such to thsm Jfuliir
friends who are now wearing them, but whio *re
heretofore of their opinion-while at the ame time,
and without making it to appear as'a meaft u tte;of
puff-make known some of their most atriki* peiai
arities. + ; .. .
It is affirmed that Moleskin Hat ate in fpJ&ar
ance neater, color more permanent, and the Hfati one
harf more durable than the oiher delcripin. ap=.l4t
the same price and aWeptible of: 0, it
liglter-ei"th ofi which d aideratumA 1i'ha4e its
due wight witil the coQ ,taseur ena .tj 9oi&
and can be satisfsotorily eapiMd, ad a woIlH64I40,
did it not extend this article to mUr-1-_-odl _ig -L_
Let the article manufactured at' thi eafig be
tested. ,,
. The first quality of evety d crypti a4ffi w ar
constantly manufactured, in all of which it i64th6.li-
citude of the subscriber to be not in the ileat behd b d,
if not superior to all his coampitto ,.
s24 MWFtf Rat Establishment, 110 Bro!dww -

E7 MR. BRISTOW-Let ill bad wnitWnl!li t
his advertisement. ,
of Candidates for dmuosaic iatr .~bas
of Columbia CoUege, viU amsamse ok
the acond day of Oetob r ma, at t% e i .,4t.,
in.the Colege Chapel. CanuliitbSe f.1uhair in-
to the higher clau ofh wF '"ul Pon clMYr
of the classes of thi ,1 wy ald & -O 0lH.w,
will be examined on the subsequent days of drlh-i
week. '.. *
The "mien-willpen on M dq, tle 7i'0 o.
ber, oi which day thb Students will present them-
selves for matriculation at 10 A. M.; aand the zull

A 5 convulons 9; ,oap mor hive 1; de lh
;r ;death from poison 2; drop 1;
di h | 12; drowned 4; dysentery 7;
S l 2e sy 1; fever 1; fever, bilious 1;
er; fever, remitflto4I; fever, se-ilet
.fevdJ fever, congestive i.hooping cough
in N inflamm unation of brain 4; infiam.
tiJBB^N^ inunammation of lung 3; inflaln.
SmetiMB ffy' y Y1; maraasi 5;meat I;
e:.6; organic dimu ,.. :
7~a~ i ;Tiihi"ng 2; tetamus 1; us ..
City A. ALTERS. CityI
City'Inppectoi'.Office, Sept. 21, 1839. -

Reported by S. J. Sylvester, BUDlia Stock and Ex-
change Broker.~ 2 WAll street, & 130 Broadway.
100 shares Cbrporation 4l4i^e (1150).. -4
19 State Bank-........ ,,;-.. 9
50 Bank of Commerce ...._...-i. .
25 N. A. Trust Co.+......... 521-a'30
50 do do.-- .... -
5 do do............ -9- .
50 do do............--
10 do do .......... 5.
50 do do ............ 534, ..
10 -- do, do........... --w +i
t5 Bank of Commerce.......
b0- Am. Ex, Bank..-----._ -_ 1 'ft
8 'do do........
-- o de "..'... .... .. ...r I
45 do do............ t .
25 DelwaiomndHHudni...;,.. S
150 do do-............ ---s 30
50 do do......- .. ,
150 ito do........... 60 --a 43d
50 do do....-.......
50 do do---.-.-...... 6--LO
50 do o... ....
10 do do............ 61 .
100 do de........-.. -- ---tW :
50 dodo o............
50 do do........... H --aw .
50 do do-..- ..-6.. 0
50 do do.....-------... 0-aw
65 do do-............A*I
1o Farmers',Trust .Trust .. -. 01 .
25 Ohio ,Tnist,.. "- t 89
5 U.S. Bank -.................
50 do do... .
25 de da-----02-sd -
10 Vicksbuorgflak............- 53
75 Kentucky ak---...-.---.. 7.-- .
10 CantonCo... ........... -:i
8 do do..--......... 2 ,
,5 do do................ 29
-0 Mohawk ...-............ b2---s30
Patersen Railroad......... 30
l5. Boston and Prov. Railroad. 97
fliejSew Jersey R. R........... -8 30
l B. 'do do ................. 84
45 -iCi Stonington aiload --- 21-
80 -IHarlem Railroad........... 414
250 do, do............ 41*-tw

50 ,: doo............ 4 -4
50 _do,+i ............ ,4 +-t.
100 doo...... ----.,- 4--- 4 w--jw
50 do d,............. 42. -
50- d 42,
50 do, -.-da.... -. 491^-awr v
- 25 -- Utica "r4rai. .-.----- l -30d

On the Ist of Octooer t'.hem wi" H bic fuiai from
this office a weekly paper w fithe as*" title. '
It is preposed8toprint ii op a largahltt, Aqd
that it shall contain all the i ging atter-to the'
exclusion of advertisementt s-that appears during,
the week in the i No York Ama t.
In order to render 4hi. publiaimn profitable, a
indeed possible, at ipne w hik it ii intea to
charge, of two dollmes -P uiunma paaby f
in advance, a large eirculatio will be.rq6diuti
We shall print a very ge ditio of bmr'ft
number, and send it to pr tenaadstlbM0'el-
ing all who shall not desire to become subuunbes
to return the number; and to l who do not; aer
a reasonable interval to returnmit, we shall, o re-
ceiving two dollars, continue to saew tLhe Gle;pr
All letters addressed to ,rThq Gleaner" mut-be
post paid, otherwise they willeift be taken freno Th
post ofice. '




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1ht SointIa dtclB hibition ai

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...;'~~i~s~drd~ih k3, 1839.
't ,ili AIoseciatiao e hereby
rm-a ita (w.iA the fourth) o
Ten DofIrm ( ai.ibara. o003e Capital Stock, is re
q ui. .. .p.1 he.. ,Pi ',l.'. fy of November next.
By eoder ofb o sectors,
0 Is twi ItM : GEO. CURTIS, Cashier.
i-- ---15 "- ;=' :- -- -: "%_ _.
B *; 1.0 XOUTAIL.*
evliS m aMRiAN. S S 1839.':
"- < i{iWter thWemortng, I im.
Tkis MrsiWg-Ships Sheridaa, NDe Pester, for
LiW04 E. I. Oollin Co.; Ca.trhine, Berry,
COhpVis Gee. Sutton; Sp. brig Emilia, Gorondo,
IMih, Thomas D. Ryan; brigs Tybee, Herbert,
crloiteam; Helen Maria, Prate,-Tobasco, Nesmith c
Lad t Zvmia-Brigs Palladio, (Sicillian) Morarte,
for Naples and Palermo, Chandler & Lawrence; G.
B. Lamar, Coil1 Samannah, T. Dunham; schrs. Echo,
(Br.) Adams, Mirimachi, Maitland, Kennedy & Co.;
Cali, Wazteaouse, N. Berthand; J. Roskhill, Wal-
4ale, Nofoeik; Isaac H. Borden, Brown, Fall River,

Sloop Grand Criterion, Thurber, 2 days from Cape
May, with potatoes, to he master.
S loop Leader, Rogers, 2 days from Chincoteague,
with corn, to the master.
Schr Cyno, Nitkerson, 4 days from Boston, with
mdze, to E. &3J, Herrick., .
S -hr Pag, Ussett, 4 days frosD.Beton, with mdze,
to E. & JL 'eiek.
Schr Salqm, Dodge, 4 days from Boston, with mdze,
to N. A&ins.
NEW HAVEN, ept. 21-Sailed, barque Trinidad,
Thopipson, for Barbadoes.
WEaSTPORT, Sept. 19-Arrived, barq .mf B -
dent. from the Atlantic Ocean, with 880 brls. ."
Spoke, 1st ult. off Flores, brig Ann Maril, Sne-lS1.
River, 140 brcl; 3d, barque Fopmunnet, Fartii ,
aaoiL' .,.
NiWRtJYPORT, Sept. 19-Arrived, schooners
WatVlw,, Low,-from New-Yor..k-4Sailed, brig Palos,
Raynes Ricehtnd; sehrs Elfra, Philadelphia; Al-
phion, Portland.--Below, -ship Medora, Pike, Liver-

I ATH, Sept. e1-Arrited. schrs Azora, Lemont,
"ti NYork; Uyyrtmia, (Br.) Mrrymae, Parrsboro', N.
1R,- ip New England, Swanton, Liverpool.
Sept. 16-Cleared, brig Lincoln, -Smith, for Cuba;
9tsr 8agad0hfbtlodbird, St..Croir.
iORThLAND, Sept. 19-Arrived, ships Jupiter,
Carter, fromLiverpop! via Boston; Paugus, do.
PHILADOI PMftA, Sept. 23-Arrived, schrs. Phi-
lInel p.iBarnett, Nantucket; Thomas Dail, Clifford,
N York; Pensacola, Blake, Bangor; Margaret, Williams,
S tal)irge Michigan, AllenR New-York.
BALTIMORE, Sept. 23-Arrived, Br. brig Herald,
itnei, Island TriAidad; Bremenbrig YictoriaScehru-
d t, Bremen; brigs Gem, Boston; Cicero, Tampa Bay.
ClwedbrigPaMliae, for St. Thomeai; Planet, Dun-
Scan, Halifax; Boete Crvewell, Boston; schra Richard
L hithiinm,CrOthef, _-St. Thomas; Joe. Hankey, St.
Merks; Cuirewr, Garey'a Ferry;Z A. Stevens, NYork.
"*I MOND, Sept. 23--Arrived, sloop Neptune,
Koujest, f'oim Bonton.
,&8sds'dm. John Estell, Lee; for Albany; George
t, eal, Boston; Richard, Baker, do; Evelina,
-Doui.w, do; Renown, Scull, NYork; Select, Powers,
do; Itiehpond, Libby, do; Leontine, Dearborn, do; Ann
Eliz;, Somers, do.
NORFpLK, ept. 21-Arrived in Hampton Roads,
brig Uorith, Smith, from Liverpool, 26th June, bound
up J esu River. 'Lat. 4,o.-0, long. 59, -15, spoke
Jfumian t.ig Ann, of Dantzell. for NYork. Also,
arr, bip RlWe Island, Liverpool.
W ILMINGTON, N.C, Sept. 14-Arrived, brigs
"L*6wana sn Cowos n NYork; Bell, Myers, do; schrs.
A. F.. Thorn, Bull, do; Intrepid, Fuller, do; Mail, Fries,
Piladlrbhia.: 15lh, arr, schr. Olive, NYork. 17th,
azrr, brigtarvt, Hibbert, New-York; schr Splendid,
Ft Boston. Cleared, 14th, shr JamesPowers,

t !SUSSS "ihe sli"r di.-'t8,- amveTf at
Sthis prt fbo" NewYOrk, reports that on Thursday,
44e. 1% in It 38, 47, ,I fg. 75,35, W, saw a large
vasel, iunded to be Ifrom I30 to 200 tons; bottom up-
w ,jMa ibotmozp, gren boot top, &e. Also, on the
sth,1.~ 34, 15, long. 76, 57; Cape Lookout Shoal,
bearing ENE, at9A.M, passed a vessel bottom up,
which was judged between 140 and 160 tons; Egg
Harbburbuilt, pine bottom, had been painted green.
bntthe paint nearly worn off; she had no rudder, had
a green keel in three pieces; sparse, boombs, &c. not
painted-very flat bottom.
CHARLESTON, Sept I9-Went to sea, ship La-
fayette, Ellery, NYork; brig Adamant, Robinson,Wil-
lf20th-Arrivcd scohrs Waccanaw, Georgetown; Wm
Wray, Darien.
Cid--ship Denmark, Frost, Liverpool.
S AVANNAH, Sept 18-Arr brig Gazelle, Merry,
Liverpool, 44 days. 30th ultimo, lat 40, Ion 48, spoke
ship Frederick, 10 days fin NYork for Liverpoo l; 9th
' instant, lat 3420, Ion 65, schr China, of and from New
Ymk for Chagrese 8 ays9 out; 1Oth, leat 3 4 Ion 65
3I. shin Merrmactk. ofiand for Newburyport, 133 days

fmro Soth Pacific Ocean, short of provisions, water,
&c. which we supplied her
Ifth-Arr brig Madison, Fendell, NYork. Lat 34
30,tG n '76, passed a vessel about 200 tons, bottom up,
coi d not ascertain her name.
NEW ORLEANS, Sept 14-Arr brig Curro, Mo-
ra, Havana.

POOL.-Passengers will please be on board the
steamboat Hercules at Whiterlall, tomorrow at 12
o'clock. The letter bags will be closed at half past 11.
LIVERPOOL,.-Consignees are informed that
this ship will commence discharging under general or-
der, tis day at 1 o'clock. s24

i aITUATION WANTED.-A young Man, 23 years
i of age, who, forthe last eight years, has been act-
iag as general clerk in a respectable establishment in
tis city, and can furnish undoubted testimonials as to
character, capability, &e., wishes to obtain a situation
wherein his-services would be held in active requisi-
tion ; is a good penman, and has a general knowledge
of accounts. And as the withdrawal of his employer
from business brings his present engagement to a close,
he would be pleased to form another of a like perma-
nent character. Is desirous of locating himself in,.
some healthy section of the southern or western States,
if arrangements, satisfactory to the parties concerned,
can be entered into, or would remain in the city, as
may be preferred. Address D. G. E., at this office.
., ,24 2t*
R IO COIFFEE-5500 bags prnme green Rio Cof-
fee, cargo ship Win. C, Nye, for sale by
24 134 Front st.
IIHTRALE OL-1000 barrels, first quality, for sale
S24 134 Front st.
T ADDERS-25 casks prime Ombro Madders, for
irseale by
s24 134 Front st.

W INE VINEGAR-White Wine Vinegar, in bar-
rels, double clarified, just received, and for sale
in lots to suitpurchasers, by
s24 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.


(Su5day, (&days
pier No. 2, North River.
By steamboat INDEPENDENCE to South Am-
boy, from thence to Bordentown, via Railroad, and
thence in steamboat NEW PHILADELPHIA,
and arrive in Philadelphia a little after 2 o'clock,
in time, (except when detained by extraordinary cir-
cumstances) to connect with the Baltimore Line,
which leaves at 21 o'clock.
Fare to Philadelphia, ...................... $3 00
Forward Deck Passengers to Philadelphia,.-...2 25
To Trenton, ............................--83 00
Forward deck to Trenton,.............1.. 50
To Perth and SouthAmboy-------------................. 50
To Freehold and Monmouth, via Stage from
Hightstown, ............... ..............$1 50
Breakfast and dinner provided on board.
Breakfast,.. ....- -..................50 cents.
.inner, ............................. ..50 cents.
,- All .agage at the risk of its owner.

S I TO ;LET--The spacious 3 story Dwelling
,-M usme, situated at No. 50 Hudson street. Iai-
,.nll~ediate possession given if necessary.
Apply on the premises. s4 3t

TO LET, if applied for soon-The House
i or the House and Furniture, No. 137 Grand
-.Ei street-one of the most pleasant locations in
the city, near Broadway, and convenient to the mar-
ket. Rent $650 per annum. The front room will
make a pleasant office. Apply from 2 to 4 o'clock P.
M. s24 3t*
LA I. RICHARDS, Auctioneer. .
AW BOOKS, at Aution.-The undersigned in-
vite the attention of the profession to the sale of a ve-
ry valuable LAW LIBRARY, to be sold on Wednes-
day evening, at 6 o'clock, without reserve. Particu-
lars in Catalogues, which are now ready. The Books
are arranged for examination.
s24 2t 196 Broadway.
P wM,, QoWANS, Auctioneer.
evening, at 6 o'clock, at the New York Long Room,
169 Broadway, will be sold, a very superior Library,
consisting of the best works in the English language,
on the various departments of Science, Arts and
Literature. The works are chiefly bound in substan-
tial calf binding, and in good preservation, suitable for
gentlemen's libraries.
The books are now ready for examination at the
store, where catalogues can be had.
Thursday Evening-A splendid invoice of rich
ceolored and plain englavings, just imported from Paris.
JL CO. (late Miss Thompson & Co.) No. 18 Park
Place, will open Paris Millinery on Tuesday next,
September 24th. In addition to their usual assortment,
Black and White Thread Veils. s24 ltr
TRY, consisting of old heroic Ballads, Songs,
and other pieces, of the earlier poets, together wit.
some few oflater date, and a copious Glossary. New
edition, complete in 1 vol.,-royal 8ve. Imported and
for sale by D. APPLETON & CO.,
s24 200 Broadway.
N EW BOOKS-Just Published-
The Man About Town, by Cornelius Webbe,
author of"' Glances at Life," &c., in 2 vols. 12mo.
Ramshorne's Latin Synonymes, from the German,
by Lieber, in 1 vol. 12mo.
The trial of Jesus, before Caiaphas and Pilate, be-
ing a refutation of Mr. Salvador's chapter, entitled
"The Trial and Candemnation of Jesus." by M. Du-
pin, 12mo. For sale by
s24 WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broadway.
l ing all the essays, and exhibiting the more impor-
tant alterations and corrections in the successive edi-
tions published by the author. Complete in four vols.,
octavo. Imported and for sale b
s24 D APPLETON & CO., 200Broadvay.
LIFE AMONG LUNATICS; by the author of
Scenes in a Mad-house, &c.-Contents-The
Timid Man; Brother Blue Light; Mr. Sceptic; The
Step-Dame; The Rich Sneak; The Mercenary Ne-
phews ; The Quack; The Office-Seeker; The Vulgar
Wife; The Low Husband; The Deserted Husband ;
The Mean Widow; The Rake; The Termigant; The
Domestic Bully; The Slanderer; The Sharper; The
Author. Received and for sale by
s24 S. COLMAN, 8 Astor House.
m HE CHILD'S GEM FOR 1840; by a Lady;
T illustrated by new and appropriate engravings
from steel plates. This new and beautiful work is
now in press, and will shortly be published by
s24 S. COLMAN, 8 Astor House.
S1" 337 Broad4y., have received by recent-rri5aUs,
an assortment of" SilKs, Satins, Challys, Mousselaine
de Laines, Velvets, Prints, &c., which have been se-
lected with great care, and are with confidence offered
to .he inspection of the ladies of New York, as being
as rich and tasteful an assortment as has ever been im-
ported. They will be sold for cash at a very small ad-
vance on the cost of importation. s24
N bers have opened, received per the late arrivals,
a large and extensive assortment of new elegant Paris
Dress Materials, &c. viz :
Cases Satin Josephine Raye, rich and beautiful.
Do. Gros d'Orien, new designs.
Do. plain and figured Satins, cuit
Do plain and figured Poult do Soles.
Do. Paris Embroidered Collars, Pellerines, Caps,
Do. Gros Odiers new style dark Pr'nts.
Do. elegant Muslin de Laines, new style.
Do. Paris Fancy Goods, viz. bags, belts, shawls,&c
Do. Broche Thybet Shawls, new patterns.
The above, with a great variety of othernew and
handsome goods will be found at extremely low prices
se24 at A. T. STEWART & CO'S. 257 Broadway.
DENCE.-The Diplomatic Correspondence of
the American Revolution. Beingr the Letters of Ben-
jamin Franklin, Silas Deane, JoIn Adams, John Jay,
Arthur Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, Francis Dana,
William Carmichael, Henry Laurens, John Laurens,
M. Dumas, and others, concerning the Foreign Rela-
tions of the United States during the whole Revolu-
tion; together with the letters in reply from the Secret
Committee of Congress, and the Secretary of Foreign
Affairs. Also, the entire Correspondence of the
French Ministers, Gerard and Lurerne with, Congress.
Published under the direction of the President of the
United Staites, from the original manuscripts in the
department of State, conformably to a resolution of
Congress, of March 27th, 1818. Edited by Jared
Sparks. In 12 volumes.
A copy of this scarce and valuable Work, for sale by
s24 C. S. FRANCIS, 252 Broadway.

DOOKS by Solomon Southwick.-A Layman's
.) Apology for the Appointment of Clerical Chap-
lains, by the Legislature of the State of New York, in
a series of Letters addressed to Thomas Herttell,
Member of Assembly for the City of New York,
To which are added Notes and Illustrations by the
Author. Dedicated to the Ladies of the United
Also, Five Lessons for Young Men, by a Man of
Sixty. Received and lor sale by
s24 S. COLMAN, 8 Astor House.
APPLETON & CO. 200 Broadway, have re-
ceived per late arrivals, a very extensive assortment of
Old Books in almost every department of Literature,
many of which are in fine condition and well worthy
the attention of collectors.
Gentlemen are respectfully invited to call and ex-
amine. s24 3tis

TVESTIGIA ANGLICAN; or, Illustrations of the
more interesting and debatible points in the His-
tory and Antiquities of England, from the earliest
ages to the accession of the house of Tudor, by Ste-
phen Reynolds Clarke, in two volumes, royal octavo.
Imported and for sale by
D. APPLETON & CO. European and
s24 American Bookstore, 200 Broadway.
.VIATWILL'S.-The subscriber invites the atten-


HE proprietor of the grand and interesting picture
of a scene from the revolution, (Boissy D'Anglas in the
National Convention,) has the honor to inform the in-
habitants of New York, particularly the ladies, whose
patronage he solicits, that the above picture will be
exhibited in this city only until the 20th October next.
This picture is to be seen, at Clinton Hall, Beekman
street, corner Nassau, from 9 o'clock, A. M., till 10 A.
Admittaee 25 cents. Season tickets 50 cents.
s23 lwis*
Will be published in a few days,
from the Ascension of Jesus Christ to the Conversion
of Constantine, by the late Rev. Ed. Burton, D. D., Re-
gius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford.
First American Edition, with a Memoir of the Author,
Occasional Notes. and Questions adapting it to the
Use of Schools and Colleges, by the Rt. Rev. G. W.
Doane, Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey, and Prin-
cipal of St. Mary's Hall.
s14 WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broadway.
Transits from London, Theodolites, from Lon-
don, Paris and Germany ; Telescopes of Fraunhopers,
Rossins, Troughton & Simms, and Plopel's make;
together with a large assortmer. 4of Nautical. Instru-
ments, Mathematical and Asfrt&omical Books; for
sale by E. & G. W. BLUNT, 179 Water Bi., -
jel7 cor. of Burling slip.
man Brass Kettles, assorted, 1 a 16 gallons, for
sale by DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
a18 m I. 21 Broad st.
E LEPHANT OIL-1500 gallons Elephant Oil, for
s14 134 Front st.
SHEATHING COPPER-75 cases Eng. Cop-
t per, assorted sizes, from 22 to 30 oz, for sale by
s20 134 Front st.
-1 OLD AND SILVER-Foreign Gold and Silver
Gof all kinds, purchased at the highest rates, by
s18 SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway.
W IN E-Superior old Madeira Wine, in pipes halt
pipes, quarter casks and Indian barrels, for sale
se4 55 South st.
SHOE THREAD-30 bales fine white, green and
brown, Birdport manufacture, just received and
for sale by
sll E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
CT. LUCAR WINE-20 quar casks Old Sherry
Wine, just received, for sale by
sell HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South at
T HALE BONE-5,000 pounds Whale Bone, for
s14 134 Front st.
COTCH WHISKEY-12 puncheons old and high
flavored, for sale by
s17 10 Old Slip.
TARTAN SHAWLS-20 bales assorted sizes,
Just received, for sale by
s17 10 Old Slip.
UGAR-200 hds Porto Rico Sugar, for sale by
s24 55 South st.
INDIGO-2 cases prime Manilla Indigo, for sale by
se23 55 South st.
L ARD-350 kegs Lard, for sale by
s23 55 South st.
SHERRY WINE-20 qr casks Sherry Wine, for
s23 55 South st.
TORAGE can behad in the fire proof stores, Nos
S 6 and 8 Gouverneur's lane. Apply to
s17 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
SUGAR-150 bags Santos Sugar, for sale by
s18 55 South street.
SUGAR-700 bags prime-white Santos Sugar, for
sll 55 South street.

OLD JAVA COFFEE-100 bags, for sale by
s18 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad at.
A REMEDY highly approved for its remedial effects
in Dyspepsia, in acid, bilious, and all morbid secre
tions of the stomach-in bilious diseases of warm
climates, and as an alterative in chronic and glandular

(Office of the "N]
No. lt t
All orders exeocei. l-
',o modetrte ternas. .-' ~
Chancery ia a.siher-

&tk American.")
-ir, N. Y.
takess and punctuaUjt

Mrs. Martyn, Mhss:4f e, Mr. Manvers, Mr. Martyn,
S -' Mr Giibilei.
XJpW-EVENING, ept. 24, will be performed
tbtsWe of OUR MARY ANN E-Col Albert,. Mr
RlciIh u; Jonathan, Placide; Ernestine, Mrsa j4-'
ardion; Our Mary Anne, Mrs Pritchard.
After which, the 2d act of LA SYLPHIDE-La
Sylphide, M Taglioni; James Reuben, Xlde& l tti. "
1After which, the 3d act of the Opera 0o LDE~L1--
Don Pizarro, Mr Giubilelt;Doa Florananno, Mavers;
Rocco, Martyn; Leonora, Mrs Martyn; Marcesine,
,Miss Poole.
After which, NATHALIE; or, La LaitiXe Suisse.
Nathalie, Mde Taglioni$Le Comte, Mons Taglionti.
In the course of the Ballet will be danced the cele-
Taglioni, Mad Proche Giubilei, and Mons Taglioni.
To connlude with the Farce of THE MISER'S
DAUGHTER-Isaac Ivy, Mr Chippindale; Anna Ivy,
Mrs Richardson.
Doors open at 7 o'clock, performance commences at
7J o'clock.. Boxes, $1; Pit, 50 cts.; Gallery, 25 .cts.
SHIS 'EVENING, Sept. 24, will be presented the
Tragedy of DOUGLAS; or, The Noble Shepherd-
Young Norwel, Mrs Shaw; Old Norval. Mr Hamblin;
Glenalvon, Barry; Lady Randolph, Mrs Hield.
To conclude with the Asiatic Historical Drama, en-
titled GIAFAR AL BARMEKI-Haroun al Ras-
chid, Proctor; Giafar al Barmeki, Barry; Jahia Ben
Khaled, Bellamy; Iran, Foster; Black Hassan, Blake.
ly;-Khatoun, Mrs Shaw; Princess, Mrs Proctor.
Doors open at 7. Performances commenctat a J of
8 o'clock. Boxes, 75 cts.; Pit, 37J; Gallery 25.
S In honor of a visit from Gov. SEWARD.
THIS EVENING, Sept. the 24th, the entertain-
ments will commence with a CONCERT-Overture,
L'estoc, Auber; Grand March, Rossini; Waltz,
Strauss; Galopade, Auber; Overture, Auber.
After which, at sound of the bell, a grand exhibition
To conclude with part 2d of the Concert-Overture,
Auber; March, Rossini; Waltz, Strauss; Overture,.
Tickets 50 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock-the en-:
tertainment to commence at 8 o'clock.
117 No postponement at any time, as visitors to
the Garden can pass from the street, through the
Grand Promenade, to the Saloon, free from damp or
The Gardens have been completely renovated, and
all that the brilliancy of Lamps, the fragrauce of flow-
ers, and the charms of Music can impart, may be en-
joyed in this delightful spot.
THESE Panoramas are now open for exhibition at
the New Rotunda, comer of Prince and Mercer
streets, Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
splendid painting, of the largest class, covering a sur-
face of ten thousand square feet, painted from drawings
taken by Mr. Catherwood in 1834.
painted likewise from Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is
superior, as a work of art, to any Panorama before ex-
The Panoramas are brilliantly illuminated t-ry
evening by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explana-
tions of the pictures given in the forenoon, afternoon,
and at half past 8 in the evening.
Open from 9 in the morning, till 10 o'clock in the
evening. Admittance 25 cents te each Panorama.-
Books of description 12 1-2 cents. apl tf

N N ewiV k, Albany, and Tr-
W, k-amboat.Lin.
B Froinih foot of Baralay at
The ALBANY, Wednesday morning, 7 o'clock.
The CHAMPLAIN, Thbuii4y morning, 7 o'clock
T From tie foot of Cortbladt street.
The DE WITT CLINTON, this afternoon, at
The SWALLOW, to morpaw terin'oo, at 5 o'cloo
NOTICE.-Ail goods, frt bagga e, bank bill
specie, or any other kind ofp~ rty, taken, shippe(
or put on board the boats t ia line, must be at th
risk of the ownersof s1oigi d, freight, baggage, &d
lPACKET--To sail 0(
S tob lst.--The steam-ehi
14 Roberts, R. 1
-"-c der, will take 60
t~ measurement goods
the usual rates of freight by r ritish vessels, an
will sail on her regular day asabdve. For which appl
at the office of the Agents. -. .
s14 tol No. 4 Jones' Lane, rear of 103 Front st.
Packet of the 1st Ot.-The elegant pack
et ship COLUMBUST Captain Thomas I
Cropper will sail as above, Jlr' regular day. Fc
freight or passage, apply to the 'aptain on board, a
the foot of Beckman street, or to'
C H. MARSHALL. 64 South st.
The packet ship SOUTH A]RICA, Capt. Davi
G. Bailey, will succeed the Co, bus, and sail on th
19th Oct. s21
sail on the 20th oQf O r-The packet shi:
a QUIEBEC, F. H. H d, master, will sai
as above, her regular day. Fo eight or passage, ap
ply'to the captain on board, at t foot of Maiden lane
s20 134 Front street.
sail the 10th Oct.-The packet ship WEL
SLa ^SLINGPON, D.Chadfwi'e,master, will sail a.
above, her regular day. For fr to the Captain on board the shi the footofMaide
Lane, or to GRINNELL, MI rTURN, & CO.
s19 134 Front street.

-E- FOR KINGSTON, Jam.-With Des
patch-The fine copper fastened and cop
pered brig CARROL, Simpson, master, wil
sail as above. For balance of fight or passage, apply
to HOWLAND & ASPINWWLL, 55Souths'. sl7
FOR LIVERPOOL--Packet o' 130t
Oct.--The packet shipUNITED ST. PES
J. J. Fisher, master, will sail as abo.-, he:
regular day. For freight or passage, apply on board
at foot of Maiden Lane, or to
ROBERT KERMIT, 74 South st.
The packet ship VIRGINIAN, will succeed the
United States, and sail on the 13th Nov. s17

the first Regular Packet after the Alabama
Ba i ---(Louisiana and New York Line.)-The
uery fast sailing coppered atd copper-fastened' ship
YAZOO, Trask, master,- wil have early despatch.
For freight or passage, having elegant furnished
accommodations, apply, on boani, at Orleans wharf,
foot of Wall or to
s16 E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
-I& FOR. LIVERP6OL.-[New Line.]-
Packet of 25th Sept.-The elegant packet
ship SHERIDAN, Capt. A. F. De Peyster,
of 1000 tons burthen, will sail as above. For freight
or passage, having accommodations unequalled for
splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans
wharf, foot of Wall st., or to
E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st.
The packet ship Garrack, will succeed-the She-
ridan,and sail 25th October. s3 1
-i '* .FOR- 'LONDOitir+'he fast sailing Al,
r^Mcoppered and copper fastened British Brig
a HENRY BEL ., :Wesly, master, wil
have immediate despatch fi tfiabove port. For freight
or passage apply to DAVIS, ROOKS & CO.,
au26 F 21 Broad st.
SFOR LONDON-British Vessel-The
fast sailing new British brig MAGNET, A.
Spark, master, is now loading for the above
port, and having most of her cargo engaged, will have
immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply to
the captain on board, at Orleans wharf, or to
jy26 E. K. COLLINS & CO, 56 South st.
M RS MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician a
M New York, having just received a large quantity
of herbs, roots, and essential oils from Europe, not kt
be obtained in this country, will be able 'to cure those
diseases which have baffled the skill of the most emi-
nent physicians. Mrs. Mott positively pledges herself
to cure or relieve all diseases incident to the human
frame, and more especially the following ;--rheuma]
tism of however long standing, tic doloreux, gout con,
traction, palsey, or paralyzed limbs, decline, consump"
tion, humors, scrofula, salt rheum, king's evil, canker
nringworms, catarrh, scald head, dyspepsia, debility,
spinal affections, nervous symptoms, white swelling,
asthma, jaundces, worms, liver complaint, hemorrhoid,
and female weaknesses, fits or falling sickness, and
other diseases. No mercury or mineral of any kind
used. Any female laboring under various weaknesses
may consult Mrs. Mott with perfect confidence, and
the greatest secrecy will be observed. Hours for see-
ing patients from 9 A.M. until 6 P.M.'ather residence,
119 Spring street, wist side of Broadway. All letters
from the country (post paid) promptly attended to.-
Medicines forwarded to all parts of the United
States. ap22 eod is tf
TO MOTHERS-Whose children are troubled
with weakness of the urinary passages, can be
eured by Mrs. MOTT, who has long mude the disease
a particular branch of her study. ap22 iseodtf
D ROPSY! DROPSY !-Persohls laboring under
this distressing disease can Wb positively cured
by Mrs. MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician,
without being tapped. ap22iseodtf
TIC DOLOREUX-Positively cured without the
use of the lancet, however long standing, by Mrs
MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician. See ad-
vertisement. ap22iseodtf
ITS FITS! FITS!-Persons laboring under
This distressing malady can be positively cured by
Mrs. MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician.
A STHMA AND PHTHISIC.-Persons troubled
With these distressing diseases can meet with al-
most intsant relief and speedy cure by applying to
Mrs. MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician. See
advertisement, ap22 iseodtf
FEMALE BEAUTY.-The greatest disfiguremen
lto female beauty is superfluous hair. All persons
troubled with this disfigurement can have it positively
removed without injury to the skin, and will only de-
*tain them from five to ten minutes, by Mrs. MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. The application is
applied by herself, at her residence, 119 Spring street,
west side of Broadway. Hours for seeing patients
from 10 A. M. to 6 P. M.

S J. SYLVESTER'S Foreign and Domestic Ex-
change Office, 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall street.
-S. J. SYLVESTER continues to sell Bills of Ex-
change, in sums of 5 and upwards, on any part of
England, Ireland, and Scotland. I oreigners residing
in any part of the United States or Canada, wishing to

St. g a. ,i ", "'-
rHIS commodious HO.r 'baa been put in con
T plete repair--new f c. bedding, &c. &c.-
and is now open for the ieoe' visitors, under tl
superintendency of the undedt t, who pledges hin
self so to conduct the estab t, as to secure to
a character equal to any in tek*HA*Wiiern country.
N. B.-Good ,tabling for H.,l nd4tatentive Os
'trer.. One and two horse Caria esand Saddle-Hors(
for hire. WI.2 AM W. OATES.
St. Augustine, Aug. 10, 183 au27 ]aw2m

: at this office. s23 tf ment a complete and systematic course of education. aitUlZ u T 1.e..l'nt-e ,BO of t)i Cw.1'iKa
GO\A V ERNEvv~SS.- A -^ -i- New York, Aug. 22,1839. Multicaulustreess of bheBMrat wogM ,A ..
r TAY GOVERNESS.--A situation is wanted in N. THAYER, A. M trees are well breached, aim d azno~ctw dS o t
.Ui this capacity by a young Lady who has had some REFERENCES: fine lot by good judges. Tera iber4 ,
experience in the charge of youngchildren. Undoubt- Hon. Beni. F. Butler, Wmin. P. Furniss, Esq., known at thet time of sale. Everyalt pet -p l ~b
ed reference will be given. A line addressed to E. M., Hen. Gideon Lee, F. U. Johnston, M. D., sold to the highest bidder
and left with T. & C. WOOD, 18 Wall street, will Rev. Win. Adams, John B. Beck, M.D., Catalogues will be readroy.day before the al e.
Sbe attended to. s23 tf S. B. Ruggles, Esq., Arthur Br6nson, Esq., JOSIAH RICHARfDS Auctmeonee.
COMPANY. 8/rlSS OAKLEY informs her friends and the pub- -t"e og" 196 B wr.
THE NORTH AMERICAN TRUST AND sumed the duties of her school at 16 Park Place. L AtW 6 Rclck, at their auction ioomn.v
5BANKING COMPANY has entered into arrange- s17 3w LA LIBRARY-A large and valuable -
ments with the NATIONAL BANK of IRELAND, Library of Law Books, embracing an etelnsie eol-
whereby monies may be sent, by Emigrants and others, A FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED-- ectioh of the -bsi Modern R a!jrts, itre ood Eld men-
in the United States, to any part of Ireland, in the jiiJ Wanted to hire from the 1st Nov. to the 1st [of tary Works and Reports, Writers on Civil LA, &c,
safest and most expeditious manner, and on the most I LhApril, by a family from the country, a furnished generally in good calf binding. '
reasonable terms; and also, whereby remittances from three-story house in the upper-part of the city, in or Among them are Petersdorf'i Abrid
any part of Ireland, or from London, may be made to near Broadway. Address, J. J. 623 Broadway. London edition Viner's do b0 vdls ei S0is.
the principal cities in the United States. sel8p 2awlm* mon Law Digest 8 v, Atkyn's Repoa .la
Application to be made at the Banking House of S d FOR SALE, and possession gier immedi Reports2 v alk2ld's do 3. O a8'
this Company, No. 47 Wall street, on and after the ately,r o lufn pdosei JM od, tdr 1-2* -&*
? first of October next, or to the National Bank of Ire- e, ., situated in Essex street, Jersey on Wills 3 Dyer's d 3 v, Cook
Broand in Dublin, don at its Agency Office, No. 13 Old City, opposite the Thatched Cottage Garden. There Repo 5 Wilson's Rpt 3 y Cleta i
FORdSALE, ondpossessionfgisehrtmmxdice 2 V, Bii'iney'Rep 6 v,East to ,
Broadnst IreetLondonand atanyoneo s Thi ix are two large rain water cisterns, and every conveni- 2 o the evises 4 vv Eea'Lectures v,Bp
Branches in Ireland. ence for a family. Lot 26 feet front and 200 deep. othe Revi Wrs 4v de Lect t
8wisDANIEL E. TYLEEr Apply to Messrs. LAWRENCE & LINGHAM, 71 Criminal Law, 4v London edition, Coobe^e.
s184wis Second Cashier. Broad street, or on the premises. sll eod2w ports 4 v, Starkie's do 3 v, Robinson's AdmiraIty Re-
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO. MARINE PAVILION-ROCKAWAY prts 6 v, Willians'Justice 5v, Dales por 4 v
SRussell on Crimes 2 v, Wentworth's Reportk #" d la
New York, Sept. 4,1839 I Proposals willtbe received for letting this es- sell on Crimes 2 v, Wenworth'a Reports 4 Cru
A DIVIDEND of Twelve per Cent. for the last six A tablishmentfor the term of five years, Hrom the Digest 7 v, orseman's Coreyanc 4 ,v s
months as been declared by this Company, which spring of next year, with the privilege of renewing the doe6 v, Woodt s do by Poell Madock's Ch
will be pain to the stockholders, on and after the 16th lease for three or five years further. N on n eeda oa's ly
inst. The Transfer Book is closed until that date. t y further Nne 2 Foublanue'sEquity 2 v Ruell's
s4 8 4is Se c capable of furni thing testimonials of good c a- Reports 4v, Vernokn's Repdrts 3 v, Tomlina's D eat
s4liis1NIEL GRAY, Secretary. racter and ability, and also, having means to supply v,lHeywood'sd Reports 2 v, Lilly's Entrie a 2 V. ail-
IREMEN'S INSURANCE CO., 46 Wall street, the additional furniture required. rys do 2 Ma & n's Reports
2d story. Insurance against loss or damage by Apply personally or by letter to either of the sub- period Court Reports 2 v, &o.I &e.
Fire. scribers STEPHEN WHITNEY 48 Front at. Catalogues wilelbe ready o X M onday, the li... -.
DIRECTORS. CH. AUGS. DAVIS, 21 Broad st. when the books omay) e viewed.
Jacob Drake, Edward G F ile, jy22 eodistf FRIDAY EVEN, '
Stephen Aloen, Samuel M T hompson, e FOR SALE OR TO LET-The elegant At 7 o'clock, at the auoi, tl r1om,
John Leonard, Frances T Luquecr,e three-story Houses just finished, and ready for Assignee's Sale-Bosielr's stowt"r, laf ,l.
dmud SmithS John R Townsend. so on UniversityPlace, between 13th letion of miscellaneous Books, be*i l pait ,w
Smith W Anderson, Effingham Townsend, street and nionPlace. Immediate possession given. stock of a bookseller, comprisizi a p e. -atm -of
Oliver T Hewlett, Henry C De Rham, Also-The new three-story Houses on the south Standard,Historicl, biographical, and 'theokqgial
Samuel emDilt, William Adee, side of 9th street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, Works, School Books, iweniiea. Prayer Books,Bi-
John Wilson, William Agnew, ready for immediate occupation Apply at 498 Broad- bles, &e.
CW Lawrence, Ira Smith, way, between 10 and 2 oclock,or of Mr. PEARSON, Also, a port folio of Engraving, and a numnbe, of
C eeyer Richardd F Carmanes T r 27 MIerchants' Exchange. sepl8 eodis2w fine old Paintings.
Peter Sharp, Samuel T Skidmore,srs Fill particulars in el, son da of si de
Elias H. Herrick, William S Heniman. ,TORAGE--500 bales of Cotton, or the bulk there- ll particulars in a ues on day of sle.
The President of the Fire Department, and the Pre. Qof, can be taken in the fire-proof stores Nos. 4 and ll WANTED --I A PHIiLOSOPHICAL APPA.
sidentof the BoardofTrusteesof the Fire Department. 5 Jones' Lane. Also, storage under the Custom RATUS, and a Pair of GLOBES, auitU *t Sr. a
Tn o the Boa Tr-ut. I. f At.hFe. t .school. Anmlva ttha k -

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ID Persons wishing to sewe omtuw" emffa of 1 EST AP;Z
y, Family Burying Lots in this Cemetery, wi!Isd Boots MR WI18T(OW8 ,ADE i R OPENED" UYWILI^IZWsi ^ F ;
open for signatures at the Cemetery Office, $e. a Wall 11 No. 175 Broad4*y, frt rtm rALEl
it- street; at Messrs. Le Roy & Perry's, N^ 1 HInver !ditionthr d
street; and at the Safety Insurance Oitce, (Z. Cook, te oale, t 3 "5
Jr.,) No. 44 Wall street, Ne* York; and at the Brk. N.E I I NITUREdv t, si r
Slyn Insurance Office, corner of Fulton and Fron MWE| | SS l i Il|s:B
streets, Brooklyn, on and after Monday, the 23d inst. J0. Jb.EE LY acquir.ig. with certaintyad m. R. h A.A.
te until further inotic. i ons, a beautiful, free, and handsome Rum" -
D- The size of the Lots will be generally 300 square htn i, Commercial or Epistolary, expeditnim for the At 12 o'clock A
feet within the eneloiure, (378 feet in all,) and the o g ouse,--my elegaandClbrtheL s N. P.erempto.
st- price 100 dollars each, of which 10 per cent. wilIbe' MR. BRISTow bMl aS--mor 0ofanno i-g to the .y-yUnder Iif t f
es paid at the time of subscribing; and the proceeds of Ladies and Gentlem af New York an4 Brooklyn, aote r t
tne sales, after the land is paid for, (which' has been that he h ss R lav, to the city, from a very flatter. .and knews .6. 4~ .
purchased at a disinterested appraisal,) are by la to ingand succesaul visit at Boston,and hs with the
brchased at a desiterested apprath al,) are by e i a his old Established Institution for Writing, No. 175 And also ,m
be appropriated exclusively to the embellishment and Broadway, for the RzEcrTION or PUPILS OF ALL thereon erected, a nd
improvement of the grounds. AGCs, and of every capacity Day and Eeig. tereon erected an
The association is an encorporated trust, under the Txis CLaSATu, u.rivalled, .and nirversaly ap- L. M. ap-
m t s s proved System of Wzritip ise AotN offered to the isI G .
management of 1r Trustees, the successors of whom, notice of the Ladie-, the M-erchant, the Yout g Mau ofW.
after the present Board, are to be chosen by the own- Business, or Clerk, the Attorney, the Accountant, the L. X aS
5 era of ie Cemetery lots as-corporators of the Inatitu- Student, the Gentleman of ,Fasbioaand Fortune, and Fult it-' v, ll
Stion. The premisesteryel 0 acres in extent, situated ~te public in general of New York. It is expressly
ton. hepremises are acrein tent, situated aaptedto all the Mereatie prposs ofLife ad B, Cabiaet "
I on the Hills of Gewanus, 21 miles from the South Fer. siness in ti GCommenil City; fe& L ,tt, Biloft WWs U '?."
d, ry, and in full view of the city, the harbor, and the sur Exchange, Invoices, Sales, Orders, Notes, i;eoe4 s, oratingg o-wa ,
le rounding scenery. The location and boundaries of the Act rC'r, the Journa Entrl nd the edser, and is dining, breakfaSit, pie
C. P.sTI E aoqured by every, ase from the ages of "a ) bdrea
tract have been confirmed by an act of the Legisla- TETN to SIXTY, o d spring aeat so, 'Ti'ai:1
ture, and the whole precinct exempted from assess- IN TWELVE EASY LESONS,. OF ONE post beditea46 secret'
M ment, from taxes, and from legal process of every kind. No HOUR EAOH! &c. Catalogues wail
c- The grounds are now being laid out in avenues and Crnarpe rCn I b st s w egible, Dfo d, At 1 rm'el ino'lotk, .n
.a o. r m ed, a the r ingwr mayb. reserves- ease
LP walks, after the manner of Mount Auburn, and are. T 'E LADIES meet dailati nd 12 o'clock; s-
.i open at all times to the inspection of the public.- these Hours are devoted entirely to Ladies,-they are Molasses-5 hds aid'i8t;'dlh'
Do Early in November, it is expected, they will be ready taught in 12 Lessons a truly Mat, graceful delicate Lignumvitae o'-3 ton Irl
at for the selection of lots; and then the books wll band elegant style of Writing, the only fashionable ones Tea-20 cheatsa isq
r theselection of lots; and thn the books will b f the day. der.
id closed, until all the parties, previously subscribing, THE GENTLEMEN are taught aBold, free, and Ale--9 cauls i 'pe"i e
shall ave made their selections: and the Trustees re- expeditious Running-hand-Unsurpassed for the each.
serve the right of advancing the price of lots after that ount Roomsuits. andigCabinhl eicientet All Mer tile
time I The Steel and Common Pen or Quill, are both street- a s-mal cq qa
Further particulars, with a detailed account of the used at Mr B'a Academy. beir.g the best part *:i~ .
k" Institution in a pamphlet form, may be had on appli-. at Pemons w ao t e Jw teo 4 bWip or have son. This turnt aK
ir cation as above, or to any of the following Trustees, never uriten, are taught to write a elega hand in ia td made on be1%"
viz: *** Merchants and Strangers visiting New York ees delivered on ipriw9v"artas, Rw
D B. Douglass, Zebedee Cook, jr. can complete a course-of L~ssons in 2or3 days. logues on dayOf sal.i. .. "- .
a G~oN. B --M.r Bristow i M be seen from 9 A. M.,to 1, toLD- I,
Jonathan Goodhue, Russell Stebbins, or from 3 to 8 P. M. Household urnitie-t ". -
d Thomas L. Ogden, Henry E. Pierrepont, I7 IMPROVEMEv-T being^uaranteed, Additional Houston street, a large assortaIp.a
e Robert Ray, J. A. Perry, Lessons will be given, (above the Twelve) free of niture, belonging to afamil
Stephen Whitney, Pliny Freeman, extra charge, if fouId necessary, by. Mr B-in order to of brussels and ingrain carpets, "-M
Jacob give full satisfaction to every P il s19 sea, pier and centre tables, br. e.
S Peter Shermerhorn, A. G. Hammond, BOOK EP lamp; clocks, candelabras, sofa,
1 Peter Schermerhorn, Geo. S. Howland, (4 88 Cedar st., near Broadway. and fan chairs, dining, to .
Charles King. J C. MARSH, Accountant, informs the public china an. dinner sets, tego,t
SD. B. DOUGLASS, President. that his Rooms continue open every evening, from 7 to a quantity of silver, consistingof i
New York, Set. S17, 1839 s20 tf 9 o'clock, for the purpose of giving instruction in the waiters, spoons and forlks, Ca=boa1,
New York, Sept. 17, 1839. s 2 istf Theory and Practice of Book-keeping. The course steadst feather beds, mattr
o GREAT AUCTION SALE OF averages about 20 lessons, which may be taken in suc- &c; so, a quantity ofk i,
,- W MORUS MULTICAULIS TREES, on cessive evenings, or at the convenience of the pupil, will commence. CatalQege.e i2e Wj
the 1st October .next, at Prince's Nur- as the instruction is individual and not in classes of sa]e ale. d oJ.
series, Flushing, near New York. Instruction is also given during the day, from 9 to 2. Also, a few dozen oftll'odtlol-
WM. PRINCE & SON have conclud- and 4 to 6. Fur Seal Skins-At 61 o'e--9i fr.
ed for the purpose of more general dissemiantion, to Pros ectuses, with terms, and a full account of the superior dressedfart a_, lformtteal !-
offer a portion of their stock for sale as follows: method may be had at the Rooms. s21 At c11 o'clock in front oftf i
200,000 splendid Trees, of the genuine Morus Mul- IndigOO-50 casePIuperior MaaiBa
ticaulis.- ^*" UAA ^A*AE 4 portatiov?
r 50,000 large leaved Alpine Mulberry; very hardy; P E N 11 A N s H E P WALDEN P1?E14.AQ/onei
25,000 Rose of Lombardy Mulberry; also a few thou- AND ARITHMETIC. BY D. C. & W.Pi'Ar. "'1 0 I-
7 sand of the new American Multicaulis, raised from JONES'S DAY AND EVENING INSTRUCTION, Store No. 82- W j
- genuine seeds. The leaves are very large, and the (late Foster & Jones,) TOMORROW. W
h trees exceedingly hardy. 183 BROADWAY. Italian Marble-At 4 o'clock, foo S
The terms will be very liberal:-ten per bent. in Students are now received at this Institution every the cargoof the barque Isabell a ;
r cash, and the balance in notes or other approved hour of the day and evening. s-isting of white veined Italian.mina)bleof
d securities. Bookkeeping Department, Thomas Jones, and desirable sizes. Terms, .0. .pntrsit- -ll m u
The tree will be sold on the ground just as they Writing do. William Jo1es, 1100 approved endorsed 1ow ..' Il .aW
stand with all their branches and very large roots, and Prospectuses to be had at the Rooms. '
e every tree will be positively sold to the highest bidder. s23 2wis* : Ship Elizabeth--At K1 601
A few thousand trees will be included in the sale, A CARD. 1 "ug e, to close a co4ncoei- ,.
* of new and choice varieties of the Mulberry, not to be foreveral anI i p izbe
found in any other establishment. theT C. ROSS, for several years an IWaatu !Ir e re6 for any voy A*-ri6 ii
found in any other establishment. the U. 8 Military &cad1 veo in vtory m
The trees may remain on the ground uotil the lst of the different branches of Mathematics in the city of auct ion mom, or of Hoja.
November, at the option of the purchaser. New York.
The steamboat Statesman leaves Fulton Market Younggentlemen having opportunities cadet will Terms a v
i wharf for Flushing at 10 and 4 o'clock each day, and be prepared to enter the Military Academy with ad- At 4 t thef oot of H
people are invited to visit the Nurseries, and jude vantage.Those of e Te who are pre p aring themselves for Ci St .DO t aho ~y-t
thes0uperiority of the trees, which are unsurpassed. vil Engineers, will be thoroughly instructed in the pre- ie, con o.
"8sORUS U20 lT TT -50 liminary course of Mathematics.believed to be idet c hm .gr,
ORUS MULTICAULIS.-25,000 Trees for Instruction will be given to a limited number of pu-his market
t J sale, either in quantities or altogether, and to pils, commenciiig on the ast of October. For tefts, over $100 approvebd e Trsed a l
be delivered at any time as may suit purchasers. &c., address E. C. ROSS, Fort Hamilton, Long Is- be ready onPFriday, 2&
' They are from imported cuttings of the genuine Mo- land. aul2 is2m y SArR, Y'
rus Multicauligorousere pgrowlantedin May last, and arefet BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG At I before 11 o'clock in iwi & .
t!he moat vigorous growth, measuringerom 3 to 5 feet LADIES, Bristles-lhhd Bristles.
in height, with large collateral branches. t 430 Houston at- nar Broadw Tslhhd BUiStleD. -
Purchasers are invited to call and see them, at the _S Y Mft0RA?? 18.'-,... TU"S Y -_'_" ......-
Purchasers are invited to call andsee t ,th R. & MRS. BAILEY would inform their Mansanilla MalpSny.--At 4 9
residence of General Morgan L a i', Staaksburg, and the pubic, that their SCHOOL FOR ert street, t othe bi
SDutchess County, State of New Yo k as they will not IeDIES will re-openon t Monday, the 9th of b'. .. ra ,
suffer in coin~nion.witha ,v c:ntry. next, wilMth enlarged romliflI fa'r Mn
; For further inromarion, ,ppy shler next, with earned aeooy b. ef_ .on
C. BOLTON, FOX & INGSTON, French is taught to the whole ochoel. This Depart- at months. '=
s14 d2w 22 Broad At. ment is under the direction of a Parisian Lady, who Superior t .- .
ro LAWYERS.E n Attorney having a know- resides in the family, and whoiseminently qualified for 15,000 feet super
.L ledge of the practice, &c. wishes to join a mum- her duties. the Sheriff -00I a
Sber of his profession in the hire of an office or offices, Great attention is in this institution, devoted to TUESDAY, V '-,
Sand hus lighten expense on the advertiser. Would be Reading, Elocution, Grammar, Writing, Aritlhmentio, At 12 o'clock at the atore rf Mr,. ,AS i' LLK'a
Swillingto oversee the business of any practitioner who Composition, and Music. A card of the terms may be 49 Broad streeL-Sale of Chliae w J, 4?'
Should be willing to receive same as compensation for had by applying as above. anl9 6wis casks, various sizes, Pale 'd T F W-
Sthe rent of part of the office. Address, (M.) at the PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS, CGaston & Gastricires" bzmaz, i" lte brings
office of this paper. Sep23 No. 165 Greene street, between Houston and Bleecker Montevideo and Vintage,.e.n.hp' phil;t, dhct
T AW NOTICE.-The subscriber has opened a street. from Cadiz. Catalogues will be ready 3 days before
.LI Law Office at Tallahassee, Florida, and will prac- 1 HE subscriber respectfully announces that the the sale.
tice in the County Courts and Court of Appeals in the Autumn Term of his PRIVATE ENGLISH AND At 4 o'clock, at the foot of Clinton st, E. R.
STerritory, and also collect such debts as may be placed CLASSICAL SCHOOL will commence on Monday, Irish Marble-The cargo of the bru. L@ kom Gal-
Sinder his care for that purpose. Sept. 2d. way, consisting of superior Irish Mr'ble fronIbsoquar-
WM. R. HACK LEY. Having been occupied for 12 years as an Instructor rnes of Messrs John & Arthuwr IadTo of -Ieie
- Tallahassee, Florida, July 20,1839. Au8 2m 2taw in the first public Institutions, for the last 6 years n sizes. Terms, 6 moe. approved u Z-sea aIor
I T7ANTED TO RENT for a term ot year, a two this city, and devoting his time exclusively to the ednu- "Ums over $100. Catalogues onBt- :
i or three story house; a situation in one of the cation of a limited number of pupils, the subscriberca TUESDAYo, 15thO. ctr, atI2 a'.Z T
cross streets would be preferred. Address C. R. K.. confidently promise to the patrons of his establish- Sales Room, No. 18 Broad t.et.sS- .

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-TB~~t s HOBOKEN l NEW-YORK T LNDQN. corer of Pierrepont and Hieks street, Brook.
a' T-R will ply con- STEAM-SHIP "BRIUTSH QUEEN," Ji U lyn, late the residence of Samuel Boyd, EM.,
-- .'j -'ajraP- .. d ........... st.0. .y.ltwl eeBa-clay street 2016 tons, borse power, deceased.
and Hobokerit The 'NEWARK will leave Canal T pr6prietors of the several Lines of Pack'ets be- iutenan Richard R ., omandr. The ground is 76 feet in width, front and rer,
f. S "i~t~l wB ho_ u street atthes commencemeAt .t each hour and half twee New York and Liverpoo, have arranged for .i sa for the re (bounded by a street on ton the t, 7e rear, of 20 feet,)13 by 40
n i ] rm w^osw tad hour, a4 HIpboken every inmteediate quarter, during their sailing from each port on the st, 7h, 13h, 19th, maider of the year from feetin depth. The house is 50 fe1t square, with pan-
.k h.d H .c.L. '. mass. the and 25th of every month; the ships to succeed each a. this port on the lst Octo tries, bathing room and water closets, attached onthe
.m i P~a the ..T FAIRY QUEEN wiln leaveChi rstrcet other in the following order, viz: ber and 1st December, and rear, and is finished with plate glass, and plated fur-
%'agT ec nheDce W tofeai= cmoura 00'rom hour, and o London and Ports- niture trimmings, furnace, speaking tubes, Berlin
.' ciS,,i5is .. xg Hou ..tt~te'e qnai during the day. Z 1Q ai0 0 4 i mouth l]t September and *rates, and other modem improvements, being equal
,sw" P ao plin Musi. m A ea' a i t arclay street until 10 o'clock, P_. col'a- 1st November. to any of the recently built houses of its size inNew
_' .. ... l aPoplins. M *Iy"2 ^BS ^^ SS o S For freightandpass ea al to York, and is in complete order-with a large brick sta-
,W j t2 an k Serge M WAttDSWORTH & SMITH, ble and coach house on the rear of the lots. Terms
Sll BELLVILLE, AND AC- ML a Nc. 4 Jons'Lane, rear 103 Front st., made favorable, and possession immediately.
Saws ad kfs, all n QUACKANONK.-On and A g- .ents Brit. and Am. Steam Ship Co. Inquire of Dr. BOYD, comer of Remsen and Hen-
Ea &a ----- after Sept. 1st, the Steamboat i 0-j. 0,2. ;71 No second claBs passengers taken. ry streets, Brooklyn, or of JNO. H. CORNELL,
as dand Cotton > d o PASSAIC will run between New York and Newark, 0'2 0 : No goods will Ve received on board without an order Esq., Cashier of the Mechanic's Banking Association,
W and Cod Chenille Shawls. an. in connection with the steamer OLIVE BRANCH, I' from New York. je27 tf
at Newark; which boat will be in readiness on the ar- An experienced surgeon is attached to the ship. KIP ESTATE, BROADWAY.-The sub-
DP' 1 w ~ solor nd bMack Brochee Shawls rival of the Passaic, to carry passengers and freight to j .-' Plans ofthe c s ybeseenatthe Oficeofthsire o r ite ott,
ne Printed Vcra n dbl Shawls, ew Sttam w Bellville and Acquackanonk, andleave as follows, agents. s16 entire Block of Ground in the 5th Ward, bound-
8PM V10 hawls, n tter entire Block of Groun i
printedd and M hn de Lae w LIIERPOOL OLD LINE OF PCKETS ed by Broadway and Mercer street, Washington and
NEWYOR NEWARK. Waverley places; beingthe most splendid site for pri-
Sse G ds, or 10Foot of Barclay at. Centre Wharf. lings, or for a church, in the city. he
clock, A. M. 7 cock, A. M.is onthe most elevated part of Broadway, and sur
.4 -. "da PAS.AT will l- -0 -M The Old Li4 of Packets for Liverpool will hereaf- rounded by valuable improvements.
No.. 1, o Wml o-- .+. ,,ain On Sunday the PASSAIC willleave--t.IN
-o. 1l9-Wiliam ..up stairs... ... ^ ^,^n. A M --ter be despatchtd in the following order, excepting that Itwill be sold in one parcel, or divided into 15
SlB & OL o. 34 Beaver st o'clock, A. M. 7 o'clock, A. M.So when the sailing day falls on Sunday, the ship will sail Lots vi : Lots on Brodwa, (embracing the whole
Sr 4 e. M. 2 ; P.M ; = r= = = on the succeeng day, viz: front from Washington to Waverley places,) of about
"- -A-.- -OR" Farekto Newark, 18~ cents; to Bellvi"le, 25; to From e Y From Liverpool. 2 by96feeteach4LotsonWashington, and do.

ft : F i l Bi hm brand a superior All kinds of freight taken on reasonable terms. N Yuly1 Sept. In asee place in sa uio
W Pada.S f Nov. 19.Th ORPHEUS-575 tons-D. Jan. 7 In cae o a sale in separate lots, a uniform style of
Sd, J T T au8 Mar. 19 G. Bailey. May 7 improvement will be required, and stipulations against
k ea Brandy, J. Dupuy, of NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD. .. Aug. 1 Sept 19 nuisances. The title is indisputablend
r.1_ Dec. 1 T CAMBRIDGE-850 tons- Jan. 19 will be accommodating. Forfurther particulars, and
B White Wine. Z Apr 1- -C .. A 1, Ira Bursley. May19 aviewofthemap, aplyto
'u Q t o Cl rt .. .. A ug 19 It 7 J. G R E E N P E A TSO N 29 M erchants'E change,
Seai*ql tat Cart, of superior quality. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Dec. 19 The NORTH AMERICAo-610 Feb. 7 e9 Hanover st.
50 sw Clamt. On and after the 17th day of June, the cars will t o. 4to W- Aprill9 tons-W. E. Hoxie. June 7 TO LET-The Stores, 132. and 134 Front
S* 6 a tmutmin Wine.. leave the City Hall, Walker street, andl Harlem, at 6 Sept. 1) Oct. 19 il street, corner Pine street, an excellent situation
10 biakeftpaal ing Chaumpige, Damotte branm o'clock, 7, 8, 8j,9, 9, 10 11 and 12 A M and 1 Jan. l>The OXFORD-800 tons-J. Feb. 19 Lfor a Grocer or Commission Merchant. Apply
s wrUMent article. o'clock, P. M., and then every half hour, till 8 o'clock. & M M | May 1 Rathbone. June 19 to GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
St-. isu ens w CT ND FIF.ENTH s.I CT HE W 1 0 1 to w W-j C t o -41 Sept.19 ( Nov. 7 jel7 134 Front st.
T "ti Mat ekino. The Cars will leave the City Hall and Fifteenth' .Jan 19The EUROPE-618 tonsE.G. Mar. 7 TO LET-A office i the upper part of
M ~-Sb~ Daysr Coffee. street every ten minutes, from 7 o'clock, A: M., till 8 May 19 Marshall. July 7 store No. 20 Broad street.
19 MH Elt&i Madders, Crop & Ombro. o'clock, P.M. .- ,. O ct. 1) Nov. 19 gioe
lit b P rin ,The following are the rates of fare: tow -o o oM-i t v ow -. cow-4 Feb. 1 The COLUMBTS--663 tons- Mar. 19 T N.- a
a w .# .From City Hall. From Harlem. These ships are all of the first class, and ably com- June 1 T, B. Cropper. July 19 TO RENT-The commodious Lofts and
." it soda. Jel4 To Fifteerith.t. 6* cts. To Yorkville, "6jcts. handed, with elegant accommodations for passengers. Oct. 19) Dec. 7 Countin
T- _3 _"str, or Yorkville, 18* cts. Fifteenth st. 18cts. The price of passage from New York to Liverpool, is Feb. 19The SOUTH AMERICA-616 April 7 N. 35 Nassau street, between Liberty and Ce-
F.oyLsL tlc. 33 Forty e condst2reet, ofercts fixed at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at 35 June 19 ton--W. C. Barstow. Aug. 7 dar streets. Applyto
DB W tek M muowisfresh imported British Dry HarflBm. ts". CityHall, 25 cts guineas, including wines, stores and bedding. Neither Nov. 1) Dec. 19 jel2 tf C.H. RUSSELL & CO., 33 Pine st.
S' are on undays between City Hall and Frty-se- the captain or owners will be responsible for any let- Mar. 1 The ENGLAND-730 tons-B. April 19 FOR SALE, Real Estate at Harlem-con-
f .M cond street arid intermediate places, 12 cents. ters, parcels or packages, unless regular bills of lading July 1) L. Waite. Aug. 19 sitting of 54 lots of land, situated on the 7th and
P11-t bb ,o-d stot a ie7 J n. S. WHLGAM, Superintendant. are signed therefore. These ships are all of the first class, commanded by j SiL,8th Avenues, between 117th and 119th streets.
Si,f^d. Saw l o" Agents for the ships Oxford, North America, Eu- men of character and experience,and nd are furnished There isbycomputation 70,000 loads of soil upon them,
Piot tobhe and asserted colors,various qua- NEW JERSEY RAILROAD & TRANSPOR- rope, Columbus, South America, England, Orpheus, with stores of the best kind. Every attention will be near which they are nowlevelling. These lots will be
.. s ^. j [lilies TATION COMPANY. and Cainbridge. paid to passengers, to promote their comfort and con- sold as they now are, with the buildings upon them.-
a- itm assorted colors Newark, Elizabethtown, Rahway, and New Brwiuswick. GOODHTE & CO. or ) p.. t a Y venience. The rate of passage outwards is fixed by Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.,
S i f a C. H. MARSHALL, out st, rN. an understanding with the proprietors of the other jel2 21 Broad street.
y Blue u CO. LiveWestcheste, Viginin, Se lines, at $140, including wines, and stores of every FOR ALE--11 Lots of Land, situated on
Aents for sisWscetrVignaSeTld description, and $120 without.fsewsa Gocrck strts betweenRi
Ji. Qit and 6erfne NEW BRUNSWICK TRAINS. and dSt K MT. All letters by these ships will hereafter be charged is a ri ree, n
and assorted olo (From foot of Libertystreet, New Yok.) ROBERTKERMIT, 75 South with 1 cents p Ystge per single sheet, and double Goerickand Stanton ewisstreet is a largewoois and fie ong,
sd o a and assorted colors T.F& SANDS & CO. Liverpool. letters and parcel in proportion. Goerick. On Lewis street is a large wooden building,
wiM a anao-lo Leave Neu York. I Leave New Brunswick. T. &; I. SANDS & CO. Liverpool. letters and parcdir in proportion, formerly occupied by the late Mr. Eckford as a mould
k At 9. o'clock, A.M. daily. At o'clock, A.M, daily, Agent for ship Shakpeare, Independnce, Roscoe Neither the captains or the owners of these ships loft. On Goerick street the land is open and a very
W I P.M. do. 1 2 noon do. nd George Washington. will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packa- desirable situation for a lumber ard or building lots.
do P.M, do. 9 P.M. do. GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. ges sent by themi, unless regular bills of lading are Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS & CO,
SOn Sunday, the 6 P. M.trip from New York, and 134 Front st,.N. Y. signedtherefor. For freight or passage, applyto je2 tf 21 Broad st.
d C oa do 7 A. trip omNe Brunsic, are omitted. WILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO. Liverpool. GOODHUE & CO., or) ....
Fare between New York and Elizabethtown, 37 Agents for the ships Roscius, Siddon, Sheridan, C. H. MASHALL 64 South t. N. Y. o story brick
Scents; Raway, 50cen New swcen d and to BRIG, BROTHERS & C., House No. 18 Bedford street, is in complete or
c s a y0 n N Bn c7 e Fts. E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South at., N. Y. apl8 Liverpool eLder, having been painted and repaired last
WxXr* t dFfio NEWAR(K ACCOMMODATION LINE. WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool. AVIS BROOKS & CO. 19 and 21 Broad st. spring. The greater part of the purchase money may
Sb. le Atso- Leave New York. Leave Ne'wark. PACKETS FOR HAVRE-UNION LINE. offer for sale-Broad street.
SLondon Drffill, vanm ualitits; twilled At 9 o'clock, A. M. 5 o'clock, A. M. Iron--450 tons English Bar Iron, assorted flat, round e9 GRACIE & CO, 20 Broad street.
w0: s d4, Wihite. G(ien, Blue, and Scarlet 11 7 S and square; 330 do Swedes Iron, common and extra FOR SALE-The spacious 3 story House
MWlkMW 4 ia stlaeb7. jy 231 m 2 P M. 9 a sizes; 500 do Railroad Iron, with splicing plates; 240 ii with the lot in fee, on the west side of the 5th
..#l k 10 ,. To sail from New York on the 8th, 16th, and 24th, do Pig Iron, of approved brands; 300 bundles English .LAvenue, the first house above W. Brevoort's
ij O doza Madeira of various brands 6 I P. M and from Havre 1st, 8th, and 16th of every month. Sheet Iron, Nos 12 and 27; 600 packs Russia Sheet large mansion. The lot is 25 by 100, with a court
Iad Vintagps,fitou 7 to 60 years old. 8 ,, 31 From New York. From Havre. Iron, first quality, yard of 15 feet, and there is a lot adjoining the rear
-l* .jiIItWt a'stM -. do do do do ,, Mar. 8) April 16 Tin Plates-1000 boxes 13x and extrasizes Tin Plates, which can be obtained if wanted for a stable. It will
S d do do do do On Sunday, leave New ok, fot of Libey street, June 24 Ship IOWA, (new) W. W. Pell, Aug. 8 LRB Crown, M. cbe sold on accommodating terms. Possession the first
f w uperiorquality. 'A1 9 and4j P. M.; leave Newark, 1 P.M. and 10 Oct. 16 Dec. 1 Tacks, &c.-15 boxes super Tacks, and 15casks Waf- of May next. Apply to J. GREEN PEARSON,
hMM .Winjl ding Chateaui Margaux, Palmer p M. Mar. 16) (May 1 fe Irons, patent and common, fe14 29 Merchants' Exchange.
SS...ffi, St. JaUlen, La Tour,&c. &c.. igt Line (Sundays excepted.) July 8 Ship L. PHILIPPE, J. Castoff. Aug. 16 Chain Cables-30 ton of Griffiths & Lewis' proved pa- & FOR SALE LOW-The superior 3 story
ii^bCZ'e V% Ba ac, &c. Leave New York at 12 o'clock P. M. and leave Oct" 24 (Dec. 8 tent Chain Cables, assorted j inch to 1j mch, with E;j House and Lot No. Fifth Avenue, being the
Newark at 10 o'clock, P. M. Mar 24 Ship BURGUNDY D Lines May 8 ful supplies of apparatus. jlLfirst house above 10tlwstreet. The Lot is 25 x
Li,' Chabertin, & Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 37 cents. 16 Sept. I Brass Kettles-25 casks assorted 1 a 16 gallons, best 100. The house 25 x 50, with an additional building
WjJd .. whi t" W Passengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket NDec. 16 German make. for bathing room and water closets. The ceilings are
S af r ..r,'nch Win*es. Offices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides prevent- April 8 s RMay 16 Bale Rope-100 coils Bale Rope; also Jute Rope. very high. Theparlor mantels are of statuary marble,
Smother favonte i confusionanddelay after crossingthe river. Jly'24 Ship RHONE, J. A Wotton. Sept. 8 Gunny Bags- bales large and medium ize Gun with Berlin iron grates. Possession can be had im-
STickets are received by the conductors o Nov. 16 Jan. 1 nes. mediately. The Church of the Ascension, (Dr. East-
3* .-Oa .R ah^^ Wu -- Johantyesberp;er, Ru- April 16 SN wchE DUTCHESSE d'O June 1 Shellac-2000 cases orange,liver and garnet Shellac. bum's,) is to be erected on the adjoining lots, and will
".., d ite~r, Marcobranner, Liebfraumilch, the'Town rc ihe Citd of Newark have been Aug. 8 EAN ch s- Sept16 Safilower-30 bales EI, Saower. add to the value of the property. cApplvto
:..b J s* ." ..... .. .e. underlet, and passengers will be carried to and from NV.24) Jan 8 Ipecac-50 ceroons Brazil Ipecan. J. GREEN- PEARSON,
Q st]atia, Museas, Cyprus, Sweet the Depot to meet the arrival and departure of the April New ship VILLE DE LYON
-t .. MT~t", 6* the Depot to meet the arrival and departure of the "P16 2 New ship VILLE DE LYON June 8 Silks and Shawls-)20 cases large and small Bandan- au8 27 Merchants' Exchange
trainsor 6 cents each. my27 800 tons, Chas. Stoddard 16 Oct. 1 ns; 50 cases Choppas, small and medium; 28 cases TO LET-Until the first of May next, the sp
-'C ,dl'at'. ., ,. o. ROAD S hip .s os Jan. 16 super Canton Sewings; cases Canton Crape i L cious Housae h No. 15 aighte m street. Possession
oldMoj=1 oi wandwIrish WI skey; NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL- May 8 S 1 W June8 Shawls.15 L ht stree. Possession
B y ndiaArrack Shrub; ROADLINE-DIRECT. Aug. 24 P N Oct. 8 Wines-Sherry, London Port, Madeira and Claret, in teraten o'clock. Inquireyof -m. eAN HOOK,
l Old Jwamnu km; Old Gin, and a corn- Via Newark, New Brunsick, Prncelo and Trenton. 16 ompson. Feb. 1 wood and bottles. 20 No. 20 Wa t.
ortetbf Coials and Liquors, say Mar THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. May 16) July 1 Gin-150 pipes of the Eagle, Fish, and Pine Applest.
.- dtaq,' Cmo, ac ,2 Marsahino, Ro tm Ji- Sept. 8 ShipEMERALD, Wm.B. Ome, Oct. 16 brands. a d tHOUSE WANTED-A two story hhouse
Dec. 244 (Feb. 8 Champagne-OO1 baskets Caampagne Wine, of the Mii wanted to rent, near Broadway, or higher up-
e.ll," o. May2-~ ( I" ir --
f~~dn~ N^ *, -- lE tB fIbc~tSept. 16May 24)Ship SILVIE DE GRASSE, L. July 8 Ruinart brand, in p'mts and quarts. JIU town, within a convenient distance of some line
.' .. .. ..... lane. I y .....f ,Nov.1erty strea Ja 1 eideroldt, ts. F Brandy-In pipes, haf pipes, quarter casks and Indian of omnibuses. Address box No. 776 Upper Post Of
^uithef1sra Li9ertt aet Feb.8 16 barrels, from Messrs Barton& Gustier, of Bordeaux Ance. s17
^ "134 Frot r far 9o'co A. M, and at 4r o'clock P.M. June 8 -Jly16 se2tf +. TO LET from the first of April next,-The
eS r h-8far*...." er Fare to Trenton, 2,50; to Princeson, 2.ept. 24 hF p POLAND, C. Anthobny. Nov. 8 I ERMAN, FRENCH & MADEIRA WINES, large H hotel, with extensive Stables and Yard
S'-. ----_ ..... mo Jan .1 6 (Mae.1e &ill procure their tcket at the Ofe, Ju 1 Au 1 V &c.-The subscribers have just received the fol Room, known as the Western Exchange, in the
p-ous .c'ii ti- of Liberty street, where a commrnioua Steam- sw ALBANY T Aug. 1 lowing *ds, and they are now landin.. Village of Auburn, situated in the centre of business,
b wi be reading to convey them to Jersey C i J. Johnon. N .6 60 cases Hockheier Dmdeechant 'and near the rairod Terms, 1000 a year, with
.,,L ,,r--- t.. City, with baggageecditess_ on ,onvey. te Jer Jan. 24) fMar. 50 do Rudesheimer taxes and repairs. Apply at No. 32 Laight street, in
*peneoeXSd el ay commanded, with- elegant accommodations for passen- of 1834, which is fullyequal to any former vintage PLENDID BUILDING SITES ON THie
.!r t.e Each train is provided with a Ladiee' Car, in which ges, comprising all ', may be required or comfort produced by this estate SOUND, adjoining the property of Ogden Ham-
**' E3i E .. 'are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for their and convenience, inrIuding wines and stores of every 10 pipes end 20 quarter casks old south side Ma- mond, Esq. at Throg's Neck. At private sale,160 acres
description. Goods' sent to the subscribers at New deira, from the house of Newton, Gordon & Co, per of good Land at Throg's Neck. On this place, are five
'. RetuESinh i wl v York, will be forwarded by these Packets free of all the Mexico.goobuilding sites perty will be sold in par-
> ...o., ,,,w, r, o'clock, A. and 5 P.M s5 charges, e to actually incurred. 10 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy, of 1808, per .ac eels go buiti puchasers. T opertillaes ap to

t. es, escortedd ie L P LN OF PACKE armofe ntupo thelael.OR SALE--Lot No. 19 Howard street, 25 by 100
., C__of. mlanto nSilk, insisting .P the ship.Juis from Bordeaux-SO cases St. fet in the rear oftheRev.Dr.
"' ..amaff wbite Senslrews, Leran- in!osi onthe ist, 10th and 20th of every ionth. Julien; 10 hhds. do, and 50 baskets extra quality Ani- Church, wi the material on the ground. Applyatb
5ZB i, 5^moi .and red Hdk1, This Line of packets, will hereafter be composed To sail from New York and Liverpool in the fol- my21 A. BINI GER & CO., 141 Broadway. 498 Broadway. jy23tf
..W9'l jI, 0^ 11 j -t *^ t.718 tialforderm New wi th arn Pnamodth on tihe 1t, FromNew York. Liverpool. J1 ceived per the Dromo, from Havana, an invoice I HARLEM LOTS FOR SALE.--Lots on Fifth
; E th 4a ?t 2,andfrommLondon on the 7th, 17th. and Ship INDEPENDENCE, Dec." Sep." 5 ofeSesrfwmade f: mb old and selected Tobacco, *f AiveUe, between 14th steveran Waing tonet e,

.WW^W^W* f M "M tuor, a buge ap. .,^"- ," ,vc -'. orrm Lond. 4- Ports. April 7 May, t7 ---125 t00,000 Noriegeia, in half, quarterand tenth boxes excluding the omerlots, each26 feetby100
r y coos ard a n+ .Fo;IFebi7 PotFeb.20 SShip ROSCOE, Sept. 7 Oct. 25 150,000 Dos Companeros in do do do do Lots on north side of Eleventh street, near Wooster
ea*-p-'- ver y old ST JAMJES2 Jnel7Juneb0 S "oe SJan. 7 Feb. 25 25,000 Trabucomin do do do do street, each 26 feet 5 inches front, by103 feet 3 inches
ST.JMES, June17 June20 C. GGlover,
S. p, vr S II. 1 ."Sebor (Oct7 O. Glover, May 7 June 25 10,000 Government Regalia, of exquisite Tobacco, deep.
_Y, Sept. I S Sebor. O ct 17 Oc Ot20Nv ,
t i k -s Jan. 20 (Mar. 7 Mar.10 Ship G. WASHINGTON ct. 7 Nov. 25 as well as make, for sale by Five lots at Harlem, very eligible situated. The
i'"-paae Jav20) (Mrju. 7JuMr10S Hy. Holdredge, Feb. 7 Mar. 25 a17 A. BININGER & CO., 141 Broadwav. termnns of payment made easy and accommodating.-
GA "DA TR TNo. B. 7 l 10 Hy Horevge, -"June 7 July 25 R a With those who wish to build on the lots, the whole
Se.--fa.2 pr ,Sip HKP---N -.7 u. T5IQUEURS,&e*,-Martinique, N oyeau, Rose, Par- purchase moneyca eano otae
an qr.' dqr. ca' s" Sept.20 Thos. Britton. Nov. 7 Nov 10 Ship SHAKSPEARE, (Nov. 7 Aug. 25 L fiAmur Cell 0 purchase money can remain on mortgage.
-b'attledd atk o Feb. 10 Mar.27 Apr. Edward Comell, Mar. 7 Dec. 25 fa Aou 'C e, c Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, No. 1 Nassau
r -,O June10 QUEBEC. July 27 Aug. 1 (July 7 Apr. 25 Dutch-Curaca0, Anisette and Gold Water, from the street, corer of Wall street, between 12 and 3
PW641 A ~ iandaD dry 1 F. i!0 H.Hbr, Nv7^ ^ Dee. I Apr. 25 fatoyo okn7' etcoero
.pw eeti .dry at lag_, Oct. 10 F. H. Hebard, Nov.27 Dec. 1 These ships are all of the first class, ab ycommand- factory of Fkin o'clockP.M. jy
ai eFeb. 20 Apr. 7 Apr. ed with elegant accommodations for pass Italian-Maraschino, and Pallesi's celebrated Cor
'in d Grave June WELLINGTON. Aug. 7 Aug. leaaom o to aegers.The dials, consisting of Cdrato, Assenzio, Persico, Caffe OR SALE-The large vacantLot at the North
', d ravwe- Oct. 20) D. Chadwick. ADec. 7 Dec. 10 p passage from New e to Live is fixed de Moka, Vainiglia, Rose, &c. F west corner of Houston and Mulberry streets,
andk. white" Remudo -a Mr.0DAc. 27Dee. 10 at $140;.and from Liverpool to ew York at 35 gui-deM aViglRo,&. wscmr
7ena.ot Mar.n10 Apr.r27mMay L ptoNres Yr a3 gui- French-Paris aW Bordeaux, in great variety and adjoining the new 3 story houses on Houston street.-
te i ulyarSA Apr. 27 M 1 e.ness, including wines, stores and bedding. up The Lot is 35 feet front on Houston street, by about
u. Jiftttqskn rdalsJuly 10 SAMSON. Aug. 27 Sept. 1 Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible lieratlypuUPI
Nov.10 Russell Sturges. Dec. 27 Jan. fr ay letters, peaprcel or pa gers, unlbes re ilar D -Co renen Cherry and Raspberry 100 feet in depth. For terms, apply to
Siou bnds, quart May 17May20 r any letters, parcels, or packages, unless regularde Dantzig. mhll COLLINS & ,56 South st.
-Ht lt 'Aug. 1 ONTARIO. Sept.l71Sept.20 s inesiLL f ApNT & CO ., Batavia Arrack, Peach Brandy, Scotch and Irish LIAMILY GROCERIES.-D. E. EMERY, Tea
SM*sd andglaSs Dec. 1) Henry Huttleson. I Jan. 17lJan.20 AGntO Whiskey, old Rutand Brandy Dealer and Grocer, 142 Greenwich street, has on
',-M -Tee llarallotefiscasaut60tn Agents, 134 Front st, or
These ships are all of the first class, about a e n WILDES, PIC0ERSGILL& C Truffies, Olive d Capers, Strasbourg Pates, Sar hand superior loaf, lump and crushed Sugar also
burthe, pind are commanded by able and experienced de London Pies, Brandy Fruits, &c. white Carthagena Sugar, superior Barbadoes, Porto
~liB Jt -Y~ gnaevigators. Great care will be taken that the beds, Liverpool The above are a genuine and imported by the sub Rico and brown Havana Sugar, together with a general
%n t G a l a a br.o "I. o -J stores, &c., are of the best description. The price of FOR.NEW ORKLEANS. scribers from the agInal places of manufacture, assortment of Groceries.
--fi nf v -1 hrnda Cabin passage is now fixed at $140, outward or each For s eby A. BININGER & CO., N. B. Families supplied with fresh Goshen Butter.
vl Crl- .-doe bran adult, which includes wines and liquors. Neither the (t92 141 Broadway. Goods sent to any part of the city without charge for
*^fflB" B ,-'-d-ierent szm captains nor the owners of these packets will be re- TpE BRIMONT CHAMPAIGN.The subscr porterae. fel8
U S"a *.'".. sponsible for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by Louisiana and New-York Line of Packets. D biCrs have, ra careful camarisGn made by Tr r ESrOld Pt-In pipes and bottles, from
i ip b,,oi awh. ar.lsthem, unles regular bills of lading are signed therefore. (To sail every Saturday:) theft in France in heChainistricts, selected Mss Hope &i n Ln o
.aA- e~a 'Sn i '? ^'^ ^ ^ Anrt lNT TilNTUlrirA r 2i>ira!e iApply to GRINNELL, MlN URN& CO. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Beebe, master, the Wines of the ate of "eBrimont," andwhich Sherry-Crowley, brown, pale and gold; Pinto brown
Peevs selO 134 Front 8t., N. Y." LOUISVILLE, Allen, i tt f1 agiot"adwih Ser-rw
...,.NBuxW.reserves .O..Dsel 14 Front st, N" SARATOGAUSvI Hathawaen, they now have the pleasure of offering to the public as and pale, in 1 and 2 dozen cases.
"B ^^B^ ^ ^Oil NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL PACKETS. a rich and fruity e, and possessing all the uali- Madeira-In pipes, half pipes, hhds, qr. casks, and
'*" i^^H te ^ 0 6ee .. ^ -B.- J HUN TSVwLLE, 'ldrge." "4 ties which charactUffze the highest grade of Cham- Ivdian brls, some old and superior.
B lpp.da, different T New ship "paign. From the prionty and great extent of the Clarets-Of all descriptions, from "vin ordinaire,'
5 ffAf ,8 ONewn ship stock of this estate, a uniformity of quality and re- to the best of Chateau argeaux.
...ranitx Sailing from New York on the 13th, and from Li New shipNV d lanty ofd suwplp'his assured to purchasers. The Champagne-From Messrs. Ruinart,Pere & Fils,
S fe o\ on the 1st of every mouth. SHAKSPVARE, Cornell," me is put up in the best manner, the bottles neatly Rheims. For sale
"iHKPAE Cre k, labelled, and the oota brand "De Brunont," with the je28 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO., 21 Broad st.

^ P ^a -y?'" "~am, of e rpol oathe 1uust aof eaccymodatho. ofte v SHAsPotEAREhpwu^ Coewsll,"w-v esofrfrteetefloigodadsueir Ltu-o 81dd
Ae n.,an AN.Theaoveships are allof the first class, coppered famlycoat of arnr and covered with zinc. DORDEAUX WINES, from Barton & Guestier
SW dfell ag.13-The V IR IAN, Capt. Isancis. A nd copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and Received byrcept arrivals of-the above brand-Tb
l l. i" e1 1 3w. TseHEFFIo L wlbeCap t. F prcieP. Alen. built in this cityexpressly for there, with elegant 100ba ets WhiSparlingSllery Tale Caret-qnre inatire, inh hs
9'B5- 4 "sport. Oct. 13-The UNITED STATE S, J. J. Fisher. accommodations forpassengers, and commandped1 by 0do p e dos V 4 oar do in pat do. Btafuile-Vota. e 1827, d n etoddo
the m b Nov. 13--The WESTCHESTER, Capt. Ferris. able and'expenenced-masters. The price of passage' 100 cases Oeil Pei-ix Sillery, Batailley-D
~ o pr rmLepo.ofrdChateau B~eychlviile---o 1827, do do
V .j wmto for crO. O t 1-omTLiG[ IAN "from New-York to New-Orleans is fixed at 00, and which is offered oW uersand to the trade on rca-hv i
.*-,m ,* Pd.ee', NOv. 1-The SHRFFIELD, 600 tens. fromNewOrleanstoNew York at $90,withoutliquors. sonable tes.Scol Al. BeNINGER & CO. Scou-Do. 1827, do do
41fkp-t'i ngmi ".of Eagle De. S.H-The UNITED STATES, 660 tons. Theyr will at all times bestowed up amddown the Mis- myll t" 141 Broadway. Latutte-Do. 1827, dodo
mLgs'uaiiy bin. 4PEmanufac- Jan. 1-The W ESTCHESTER, tons. sissippi by steamboats, and the strictest punctuality ('IHOICE AN1L'RARE WINES.-The subsen- Haut Brion-Do. 1827, do don
of- of equal The qualities at4 accommodations of the above observed in their time of sailing. Neither the owners bes offer for We the following old and superior Latour-Do. 831, dodo
of gain. Ships, and the rh@'qtati on of their commanders, are well or captains of these ships wll be responsible forjewel Wines, mostof wi ereimported bythem direct, Latte-Do.
.two srize ips, now d. Every eeration will bhe omandeto proote the ry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware,war
maieo s known.Eor for any letters, parcel or package sent by or put on 2d pipthes fiost i0c8s: iThese Wines ate rtceid irect f t ldand
I0 by ed label, with comfort of passengers and the interests of importers. oar f thm. nam ill l,....pips Londop icar Maeira, in ies, half respectable house

"z. HOmr1f wO+ -4fuiIJ M wyr.
.,between Greenwich street and ,Broadway, cOn-
tinues to be consulted as usual.
SStrangersarc respectfully apprizedlthat Dr. IORNE
was bred-to the Medical. Profession in the -city Lon-
don, and has been a practical member of Maid Nculty
of Phymi 42 years; for the Il* 32 inthe cityof New
York. His practice from being formerly general, he
haslong confined to a particular branch of Medicine,
which engages his profound attention, viz :-Lues Ve-
neria Scorbutus, Serofula, Elephantiasis, and, i
short, all diseases arising from a vitiated state af the
blood. His experience is very great. His success as-
tonishing. In many thousands of cases committed to
his care, of all grades and every degree of malignancy,
he has speedily restored his patients to health and a
sound constitution.
He cautions the unfortunate against the abuse of
mercury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out
of life. See that your case is eradicated, not patched
up. The learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes-
"Married persons, and persons about to be married,
should be particularly cautious of those afflictions.
What a dreadful inheritance to transmit to posterity.
Persons afflicted with protracted and deplorable cases
need not despair of a complete recovery, by applying
to Dr. Home. Recent affections, when local, are,
without mercury, extinguished in a few days. What
grieves the Dr. is, that many afflicted, instead of taking
his salutary advice, have recourse to advised nostrums,
where there is no responsibility, and the compounders
unknown; by such means, throwing away their money,
(where they vainly hope to save) and ruin for ever
heir constitution.
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 New-York city, has
radically established Dr. Home's character for sterling
honor; and based on real respectability and skill. Dr
Home offers to his patrons a sure guarantee.
Offices for separate consultations. Patients can
never come in contact.
Attendance until half past 9 in the evening.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. All city let-
ters must be handed in.
D1 Stul torum incurata pudor malus ulcera celat."
-Horace's 16th Epistie.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Home desires to benefit the
public, it is proper he should continue his advertise-
ment for the good of strangers, as it is well known people
are extremely shy in speaking of cases of a delicate
nature, even where a physician is pre-eminently sue -
cessful. j14
CURE TRUSS." Office 4 Vesey street, Astor
Building-Under the supervision of an experienced
Surgeon, who attends personally to each case, declin-
ing all other practice.
sanctioned by the Medical Society of the State of New
York, and Guy's Hospital, London.
Dr Hull's apparatus are patronized by the medical
profession with very few exceptions throughout the
United States and Europe.
The Supporter is patented in this country, England
and France : the patent in this country has recently
been re-issued in an amended form.
AMOS G. HULL, 4 Vesey street,
s16 Astor House.
DR. HULL, 4 Vesey street, Astor House.-TO
THE LADIES.-Dr HULL has very recently
published a small treatise on the application and uses
of the Utero-Abdomninal Supporter. This pamphlet ac-
companies ehch Supporter sold by Dr Hull. It con-
tains instructions for selecting, fitting and wearing the
instrument, by aid of which any patient can fit herself
without assistance. Information of the necessary kind
is given o 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 Hull's office for advice respect-
ing his apparatus, receive a pamphlet gratis. A conm-
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, sl6
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 gonorrhroa, 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 the
composition of the Ftiend, and from the generally ad
mitted virtues of it, and with the (oncurrent testimony
and advice of some of our most eminent and respec-
table physicians, and with the fact of its having pro

Sed effectual in almost three thousand cases, and ne-
ver, to my knowledge, failed in ten. With this mass
of testimony in its favor, I offer it to the public as the
most effectual remedy in the world for the cure of uri
nal diseases. A decided advantage it has over all
other remedies, is, that it requires no local applications,
does not disorder the stomach, and is positively frieh
from all forms of mercury, or any material that can
possibly injure the constitution, or any organ, imme-
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 what is of
more consequence to the readler, the success that has
every where attended the use of it, is fully commensu.
rate with the demand. Indeed, the merits of the
Friend have only to become more generally known,
and it will supersede all the Panaceas, Catholicons
and nostrums of the age: and while they are swiftly
passing away intoforgetfulness, the Friend, based upon
the broad principles of science, and supported by uni
versal confidence and patronage will stand 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 ? Have
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 Friendi. It- is'an article that

will sell readily at all times, and in all places; and
druggists and dealers throughout the United States and
the two Canadas, who wish to become agents, will ad-
dress their communications to me at my store. None
is genuine without my signature, and all persons are
hereby notified that I will prosecute to the extent of
the law,the first or least infringement of my patentright.
Price, 82 per bottle. Sold at the Bowery Medicine
Store, 260 Bowery, New York.
au5 lw N. W. BADEAU.
the growth ofthe hair, and imparting a beautiful
and glossy lustre to it, far superior to any other ap-
plication. The superiority of this Oil over every pre-
paration for inducing the growth of the hair, is ge
nerally acdeded to by all who have used it, as it im
parts a glossy richness to the hair, rendering it soft
and flexible, and exciting the capillary vessels to
healthy action. To persons becoming bald by sick
ness or other causes, the application of this Oil daily,
will soon produce a reaction of its growth. The sua
scriber has just received a fresh supply of the genuine
article, put up neatly in earthen pots and prepared ex
pressly for his retail trade, at the Bowery Medicine
Store. No. 260 Bowery. my20
J -Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort.-The wide-
ly established reputation of this medicine obviates the
necessity of any especial reports of its medical vir-
tues. Many eminent physicians, and among them Dr
Mott, with that generosity so characteristic of great
genius, have publicly admitted that this medicine is
daily restoring consumptive persons, whose disease has
baffled every other remedy. This is enough. The
very fact that thi% medicine has cured a single case of
confirmed consumption, is enough to give it an undying
name; what then shall be its reputation when we prove
to you that hundreds in this city, whom you can visit,
have been saved from death by the miraculous virtues
of this inestimable medicine. Many of these cases are
vouched for by our best physician. Remember, and
get the genuine at the Bowery Medicine Store, 260
Bowery. a23 3t, N. W. BADEAU, ;Agent.
.v CONCENTRATED.-Fr purifying the blood,
removing eruptions, &c., from the skin, and all im
pUrities from the system, this pleasant and healthy
yrup ha no equal. Perhaps there is no more certain
way of promoting general health during the Summer,
than by using this Syrup in the Spring. The medical.
profession give it a decided preference over all the
most celebrated Panaceas, Syrups, &c., and nursing

: L- Idth number of the Muem IL makes an old
an of. us! In this eerenpy e earnestly request
th All oir diater. subscrberr will send us without
delay what is due from them. ICiUpecially ioport-
ant for them to do so now, lest the urd times should
disablg4hem from doing so at all. If our request, be
prom "-couimplied with, we shall "* oicimgly,
mon* r month, to distribute to your 6xasM La.-
miliRtlie beat awzine in the world. It *I rsh
above hundreds, and get.to No. 1000. But w.ank y
confess that we do not expect to see it go beyond three
figures in our own time. We have, however, a. ftunr .
editor in training, (poor unconscious litte fe)low.1) and.
to judge from the skill with which even now. he ext racts
sweets from the less valuable envelopes, there is every
reason to tkink he will show a gootd taste as we have
done in winnowing the wheat from the Foreign Maga-
zines. From the same data we form a hepe that more
of it may stick to his fingers in the operation. But
we pray that no remittance now due may be. postponed
to the next generation. ,
I117 The office of the Museum, Our Globe Illustrat-
ed. &c. &e., is at No. 279 Chestnut street, one door
west of Ninth street, and on the north kide.
ID7 Having new one of the best standsathe f,
E. LITTELL& C 00willbMe glad tact aagaae" ja
Periodicals and other works.
SCIENCE AND ART, is published every umth
by E. LITTELL & CO., 270 Chesngt street, Phila.
delphia, at Six Dollars a year, payable in advance.--
Distant subscribers are requested' to rmait -a $5 note
on account.. I -,
With the year 1839 begins the Seveath Volume of
New Series, complete sets of which can be furnished
at Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or Two Dollar
and a half, bound. The New Series is begun because
we are no longer able to supply orders for co *
sets ef the Old. ,
1 The Exiles of Zillerthal, Quarterly Review.
2 Ferdinand and Isabella, do.
3 Woman's Mission, Atheneum.
4 An Expedition up the Quora, with Lander, United
Service Journal.
5 Rev. Sydney Smith's Works, Spectator.
6 Old Morgan at Panama, Bentley's Miscellany.
7 The War in the East, Monthly C13 roicle.
8 Malcolm's Travels, Monthly Review.
9 The Throne, Spectator..
10 Hill Coolies, do.
11 The War in India, do. A
12 Spanish Affairs, Examiner-
13 Aurora Islands, Atheneum.
14 The Present Social Distractions, Spectator.
15 Portuguese Slave Trade, do.
16 The Samphire Gatherer's Story, 3entley's Miscel-
17 Nicholas Nickleby, Nickleby Papers. '
18 Jack Sheppard, Bentley's Miscellany.
19 Murray's Travels in America and Cuba, Spectator.
20 Age and Size of Trees, Chamber's Journal.
21 Memoirs of Henry Grattan, Spectator.
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