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: October 15, 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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^^B '' ^ C~O~~.-Monthly Report.-Sice the lat report 8 DIES, at Madison, near Morri n ston o N. J. I SH SCHOOL' Broway, (b Aenscri.ion- resin n ve aded
K. i. .m, personssos have been insured :- "M'ME. CHEGARAY respectfully informs the pub- Houston and Bleecker t .) re-opeed' Mon- menorwome--a e pe n a
^ 110.^ --.'uwmuil "Of whom 10 are residents of the city of New York i c and her friends, that her school will be reopene for day, Sept. 2d. .-' e Tn men ery uerr i, to fory p cet
WaK 27 tf They differ fomtheoinary on, iasmuchseither .etweon t per w.
go-nfst.- 14 are residents out of the city of N.York the winter session on Friday, the lot November. ST. MARY'S HAL 0 0 side may, be worn in or oud ;ither b t .ns
y",in ad- .T.' MA RY'S HA LL G` Beak, ,f-
M en'hsu-7 are Merchants and BrQkera Prospectuses to be had at Messrs. Bernard & LMon. S New Jersey.,-Th Vn f isjj r inside, at the oto ftewae.Tesdsaesnwat eatvl
,,ve i-- s.. hi' .' -;'':'.-,-,... ''-=',-;' ejre-The iWint Veripof tis inatitu- ommateptnoteerr h ieaesswa~o eatvl
-*- z~t- datd~ ik, e 4 are StudeWts and Clerks don's, 36 Cout6hndIc street; roe, Lockwood's, 41 tion wiU ,- ", $ m lsodifferent patte- --- one, ..i h sm..
.2 are Mechanics Broadway ; and at Mrs. Pullet's, 400 Broadway; whore Punctua[ attendance it ,req o the' first day of avnaeo w amns o ae hlslo h u~ea eui
e-- I an Engineer ifmanieation from the 14th to the 19th instant, between o. ".- 03, t o4 LANE & VAN 7A. -n ad04ced, ln a .
"" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~3 are Manuifacturers.SCO].FR"" BY, .. ... .... ihra ae n t
'~t Nb'gt= ENTLISM
-.. aein.Di P r. Manufacturer. the hours of 12 and 3 o'clock. o9 Im PRIVATE SCHO f TOR BOYS,TuN. AT .
^'^.a,. ,. Of these, there are insured for yearandorer 6 THE SCHOOL. No. 165 Greene street, btblusto and Blacker G sl SI ES ADDCS.Ths c AwVR N
there are insured for 10 U NDER the direction of the BROTHERS PEUG s street. A D AWERS-The uc .b -.NE
'sub scibr tathere am insured forehas just opened one 2TNoase of heavy style .nreeef unces that the th i by.
NET, No. 27 ssank street, between 4th street, and Auum Tsuerm of hse u eT adopHed exclusl to suit this dliknate, all experience i the chari
A .. ; Greenwich new resume on Monday September Autumn Term of hisRLIquities and size-NLIHthey are reommeed to his cue- ed reference wlm
j,' le r-:-la. a'."taa ... ....1.8 u--e 6 2. d. Punctual attendance is requested 'torn pupils in CLASSICAL SCHOO( wi comn ceon Mondiy, tomerCS Apri me or irer ondef t"' T
there re insrdd fo ~ u wllattendTHEehis edu-2 Y, ojted p rieuve aiing I) h w
-j u-n mdr rr Ur Of tese there are insured for $1,000 and under 6 vacation Sept. 2d. oods for winter
.9.. lMwqo n. I m d hid i i- vacationst t d
.,l e. there are e-sured for $&000and under 10 Hain.bida, Dealer in Hosiey, be attended to.
-. e. the-re are insured for 5,000 and under 10 rThe manner of instructing is founded entirely on Haing been occupied fyeas an Instructor o4 ee w t.
l there are insured for $10,000 and under 2 reasoning: French is the language of the school; Eng. the first public Intuti the last 6 ycars in 76 Greenwich t AR AGE WA
.. .iMJo k n 04ide aeharg- -. lish, Spanish, Latin and Greek, all the branches of mscity, anddevoting tis exclusively to the edu- T DIES' BLACK LK FLORETTE HOSE '. Ori ae,
+->"'4 0 *' '- A NIOST Mathematics, Chemistry, Natural Phlosophy, tho- cationofalimitednumber"ipils, thesubscriberd -L- The od are ery heavy, ad flaee in' may nd a purchar'l
'l. m r E. A. NICOLL. Secretary. roughly taught by competent Professors confidently promise to the arons of his establish side like Canton Flannel; they are considered a firt P Of .
--' x .ar i b, eins erted Office of the UNITED STATES FIRE INSUJR- Theplan of education is such, that a boy entering enta complete and syste in education -, rae alele for old welter. ,
.... IOdt. A ANCE COMPANY, No. 55 Wall s the school between 10 aifd 11, will (at 14) speak and NewYoAugI 3 J. BAT'PIN, reenwichatreet,
A.VRRaW8XR J8, paper inwutd,40O- LT am annual election held at the office ofthe Corn- write correctly the English. French and Spanish Lani | THAYER, A. M. o5 between Warren and Chambers. unfurnished A situati
133pe-u *'Atlg am ..n hwt, eaMMr,flr a pany, on the 3d day of June, 1839. the following gentle- guages, be prepared to enter College, the Counting REFER ES : ENTLEMEN'S RIBBED AND PLAIN SILK be preferred Addres
7 __men were duly elected Directors for the ensuing year: Room, or become an Engineer, according to his dis- Hon. Beni. F. Butler, P. Furnims, Esq., G SHIRTS AND DRAWERS.-The subscriber s7
_.. TAM Y VAULTS DIRECTORS. positions, and the wishes of his parents. .of.. Gideon Lee, Johnston, M. D., has noi. open a full assortment of common and out si- C1 &LISMAN WA
Sr FAMILY VAULTS. JohnL.Bown Ebenezer Cauldwell Parents and Guardians are invited to visit the estab- Rev. Win. Adams, 'B. Beck, M. D., zes, imported expressly for his trade. These goods salesman for thei
.h t bCurch in the Village of John R. Willis Morris Ketchum lishment. The situation, pne of the most healthy on S. B. Ruggles, Esq., ur Bronson, Esq., are offered at the lowest market prices. Also, a w
n-t- w. hae ~~ided .to dispose of the ground Silas Hicks Joshua S. Underhill the Island, will be fo-ind tocbmbine both, the advan- D. Appleton & Co. au22 2m Imis dozen for ladies, of the best quality and make. .m. ms
; e .tmiaOhreh, for p te Vaults, the RobertO. Conell Charles T. Cromwell tages 'f thecity and coun.,' without the inconve- rr TRO PISCOPSTITUTE. J. BATTIN, Dealer in Hosiery, &c, amount of alary'xpe
i_ dryand we potecte by a subetai .l'* Janes Barker Cornelius W. Lawrence niences of either. The buildings.are extensive, suited HIS Institut i rated at the last Sea- 276 Greenwich street, between Warren and
.. -M*is-dryand wen.. THS Insttutionwas F LET, anearlyst nea
'a44 ;,hiMbly suasted for thi purpose, Benjamin Corlies Nathaniei Lord to the purpose; the play ground more than an acre, sionof the State Legl and now placed upon o4 Chamber sts OR SALE-A b
ll&Aph san era s pu s e e. Lindley Murray Charles Kneeland considered sufficient in a well disciplined-pchool. a more satisfactory and anent footing. CASHMERE SHAWLS-Just received a beauti- 525 will be sold
-J v i.lBe.i induced to take this step to Henry H. Lawrence Edward A. Wright No boys admitted under 7, or above 14. The organization of its rd of instruction is full u ful assortment of rich French Cashmere Shawls, No 22 Breod t., up
mine M fme a ies who are pleased with the Stephen Van Wyck Benjamin Clork T Ms-For instruction in all the branches enu and efficient. Every d nt i s adequately sup- white, black, fawn, green, drab and amber groun, of AV 1 S
,S, rthe same time aid *he CKurch in dis- Isaac Frost Robert B. Minturn merated, and for boarding, lodging and fuel, THRE pliedto answer thoroughly appropriate end. e newest designs and best qualities, rearbly Nn
e% %mna.. which-was ipcurred in the erection Robert D. Weeks William Bradford HUNDRED DOLLARS per annum, payable quarterly in,. The nxl, or Fall TermWfapenon Friday, Novem- cheap, at 0 8 J tr
uiIMrlu n- John Wood Thomas W. Pearsall advance. Washing and mending, when done in the ber 1st, 1839. o 8 P. & G. BROWN'S 46 Canal at Park, Buckingham Pal
The .S1 iitted daily by two steamboats from Thomas W. Jenkins Silas Wood school, $7,50 per quarter; Stationary, 82,00; seat at Charges, heretofore. E S YLE DKN A OSprs THOMAS HeUNT
T '"1York9whi return the same day, of- Benjamin Strong George D. Post church, 81,25. Applications for the ad nf I m DM E AC S
r Of T w Yor ^ ..,wH. DayS boarders $200 per annumrmid I a ma emade
rihFCree lrilt to..esidentsa aothearlty andon Geenrge Hussey Robert. Bowne De and Stationary, to the Principal, the Rev. XF WALK pF ro scribers have opened several cases of the latest Paris entered them a e v
~oRsidentih i ectyadoaerg enHtsey r oAbertH.WoodnellDayablaso qarders, 8200 dvaper 4~' .W IC -syedak rnhpn aios uli eLm sue hmta h
g BI.dn R.r. Asoar e madae,all orthrou th st ofle to JOHN W. MITCH- style dark Frentbeironenienceand
". simmsofscourng a vault in these grounds, James H. Titus. GNorge B. S th References may be made,
E. irteaiOW bymak'g erson applica- Samuel C. Paxson. To the Hon. Josiah Quincy, President of Harvard o T, Esq., New York. e and Chaly patterns, which they will sell at tMhe x- rangementhehas
tfrwhe v. r. RE 0 HONorany aAt y President 1Lic
At a subsequent meeting of the Board, John L. College; Hon. Daniel Webster, of the U. S. Senate, AL will bei ew Yok on Thursday, tremely low price of 2s. 6d peryard. teetsshen on
im, Ibe Rv. Dr. REIGHTO or an At a ubsequet see~lng of te Board Jo. Collge;cHenbDrn3,lWandtremainthtillS.SenatrdayobOctoberd rm3thtilaSli rayoOcouere13hMuslinlsde-Laeressalldewoolsonlywsolonnsure e theirtheor cninuee
S E'Vet or Iy letter, post pai, addressed to Bvowne, Esq. was unanimously re-elected President. Boston. Oacbeseer3,ndreainyilheProsan Escop3aludetr ui do i ar colo ond es tlert to
S of whowill, if desired, super- je5 JA ES WILKIE, Secretary. To the Hon. P. Hone, Hoen. G. C.Verplanck, Charles mae seen daily at the Pretnt Episcopal Sunday per yard; extra superfe do. dark coors, 4s. and 5. Heisatto
O- Hlh'RatsTHE HOWARD INSURANCE Sc rea t King, Esq.,. Hickson W. Field, Rev. Dr. Wainwiiht, h ScoolUnion, 28 Anns do.; a large asea ent of rich Mantillas, in velvet, men who have honorec
oV. aults. T EH WADIS RANCECOMANYt Kn, ToSpEsq 8139's2 hstn
t e oHv`M. SCRIBNER, M. D., W. C. Bryant, Dr. Perger, Peter Harmony, Esq., Don Troy, September 28, 183 e28 plush, satin, & t very low prices; Paris worked 4 m
NT Office 54 Wall street. Muslin and LakE Collars, Capes, and Pellerines,
:*-. ;. :.,.10. B. HOL,,S, __ L. Santos Saurez, Ex-Member of the Spanish Cortes, r ASTORIA FEM4LE INSTITUTE. Mus
ES H. LYON, G EW CAPITAL 300,00 DOLLARS ThCoratiot. HIS INSTITUTION -located at Astoria, (late from 150 each and uwads In addition to which,
'":*^ Committee" on Vaults. Pany continues to make insurance against loss and Lines of Stages to Bank street-Fourth street; Bleeck- Hallett's Cove,) Long lslawd. The village, already rich figured Silks, only 4s.6d. and 5s. per yard ; ele-
.. tr 0 tC1839, .o5 3wd&c damage bV .ie, and the hazards of inland navigation er street: enwich. aug 20 2m extensively known as combining the highest advanta- gant Broche Thybet Shawls, only $10 to $12; and rH Pri t
+ p" "" ..... E 'DIRECTORS.esobeuiuscnrsiae trpopct
-'? N K OTICE. R. Havens, Pres t ooLey HE STUDY OF BOOK-KEEPING, 88 Cedar ges of beautiful scenery,nimated water et every varietyofnewgoods, ia dividend offou
T CBOKENY LAND AND IM ROVE- Naja Talor Micah Daldwin street, near Broadway.-C. C. MARSH, Account ealt and retirement, is ctly opposite 86th street low prices, at A.T. STEWART & CO.'S which will be paid to
NT COMPANY, organized under an of the Corneus'.Lawrence Joseph Otis ant, continues to give Practical Lessons in this most and only five miles distantM the central part of thetilt instant. The
slsitu t. of *e S ,of New Jersey, havin& pur- Pli Phnix Fan C Tucker necessary branch of a mercantile education. Also, to city of New York. Access to the city may be had ELVET SHAWLS-3 dozen Pars squares, ol tm SAMUEL]
A, dt. who e of iTe Hoboken estate belongmg to on i MBeam open, clse or adjust accounts, and to write up books, hourly, by steamboat railroad, or stages. V trmmed with Cheneele, asusrbarticle, and e at
?2heI1ra of thS ote 01l John Stevens, together with B. Vanm Rancin The course of instruction through which the pupil The Institute Buildings erected expressly for its worthy the attention of the ladies, just jfaed by OFFICE OF THE
-e Steam FerSy-boats, right of Ferriage, &c. with B e Jsohn eD.W fe passes is thoroughly practical ; and the person of good accommodation under the immediate supervision of the o5 CLAKKE & COMPANY, 3)V"roadway.
llw k wll on dispose of lots at Halted NaanielWeed capacity who devotes about three weeks to the study Rector, ocupy a beautiful te, in a retired part of the HIRTS AND DRAWERS-A large assortment T HE or
1 :4ae1hoseno esirousfCaleb0.Halsted Nle a g SelW Gd Csl be qualified to keep correctly and elegantly the ac- vlage, The prospect o of all the different descriptions and sizetogether Divdend" Sr
a v. ivite the attention of t e desirous William W. Todd Ferdinand Suydam ontookeepbcorrectlyeandh.legantlystheync-ifromethet roare w efdDirt
f eligibEle sites for building, to an examaa-o William Couch o of any business. from the p stone variety and beauty is un. withHosiery in great variety, for men, women, and instant.
n S gods. ". d21 LEWIS PHILLIPS. Secretary. The student practically opens, conducts, closes and surpass, embracing an btent of several miles on children, of the best manufacture, for sale wholesale 2 3w TH(
ll i t Hof .ok., as a S eitl "ple t EW-.YORK LIFE INSURANCE &E TRUST re-opens a set of partnership accounts; has brought be- everyside. The grounds tached to the buildings are andretail, at 14 Maiden Lane, by
i of Hoboken, as a lrd pl~easant e fpinrhpacut a ruh e n eal t1
of reddooe, presentsaintages I N s fore him more than a hundred different business tans- sufficiently extensive to allor such exercise in the open o8 LANE & VAN ZANDT NORTH RIVER
t unrivalledb -y any, their place in the vi- CO.--Persons may effect insurances with thi actions, each of which is a subject of remark, conver- air as the pupils may require, and to indulge their taste LUE BLACK SILKS.-P. & G BROWN. 6 A dividendoffivepe
4 Yrot f'N h themed.um oftheseve- company on their own lives, or the lives of others, nation and study ; he becomes familiar with the vari. for ornamental gardening. In the immediate vicinity 1 HA
e at to the Company, a and either for the whole duration of life, or for a ous account books from actual use or reference, with are several beautiful groves and retired walks which Canal street, have just received a lot of the best the Company, for
eieciy at three dif- limited period. The payments of premium may be trial balances, balance sheets, various rcantile cal- will be open to the pupils under the charge of their blue black Poult de Soi, two blues, indigo dyed, beerdeclar payable
_-- -. -Caaal street, and either made annually o r in a gross sum culations in Equation of Payments, Discount, and In- governesses. Covered walksa for exercise and recrea- which they offer at 6s 3d, worth one dollar per yurd. The tran.rr)ook wi
mxD. *. ;.Premiums on one hundred dollars: terest; Exchange, Insurance, &c, &c. Lion in bad weather, perfectly retired, will be provided, 1Oth inst. Border,
C r ilh e tre EchneInuane,&, c
rA. M a-an' c"flsiirous of availing C. C. MARSH'S WORKS, and the strictest attention'to the physical comfort of DARIS MOUSELIN DE LAIN E.-The subacri o32w
,. .sei"dtt. ence. in Hobo- 4.- 0 so .- (Introduced in N. Y. P. Schools.)' the pupils will be paid by al connected with the Insti.. ber has this day received, and will expose for rHE PRESIDEN
-Jke. _linortberaltDM wit d made, both in the 0>4 W>4 iA r < A >.1 "The Science of Double Entry Book-keeping Sim- tution. R A T T sale, one entire package of rich Mouseline De Laines CITY BANK h
,, RECTOR A TROf --- -- --U---- -- --- -- ------- ---------------------selected in Paris, expressly for the city trade, of su- of 4per cent. for the
place 9 of tf resid enc f m14-2 6- 53381, 8 170 05fild," -A standard work, eighth edition, 200 pages The Rev. .J. W. Brown, A. M., Rector of St. GO 9selectedfine qalityadetr e einwiht
'afo its value as a place of residence from 14 72 86 1 53 38 1 48 170305 8o.-AIl,25. rfinquali the stockholders on d
Sthet city it must b obvious that the 15 77 88 1 56 39 1 57 76 411 The Art of Single Entry Book-keeping, Improved Church, Astoria, is the Rector of the Institute, the Ladies are invited to call and examine at No. 231 By order.
-W.- w Wardens and Vestry of said church are f~~,t e roday, adjoingteA rcaHol.Nw oOc.1
. o p, ^ao is such, from theextent of coun- 16 84 90 1 62 40 1 69 I 83 3 20 by the Introduction of the Proof of Balance ;" 130 pa. Wardensibl and VeTrusteery of said church are oic its re Broadway, adjoining the American Hotel. New YorkOct 14
'i-SE t and north 61' it, and the improve- 17 86 911 65 411 781 883 31 8vo.-75c. so7 J.S. FOUNTAIN,
w Ib in qe ptio., or contemplated, having 18 89 92 1 O9 42 1 851 89 3 40 "A Lecture on the Study of Book-keeping, with PATRONS. ARS EM I NEW WORK
ttoit, thtinvestments 19 0 94 1 73 43 1 891 923 51 Balance Sheet." A neat pamphlet, 48 pa. 12mo. Alexander H. Stevens, ., John Jacob Astoropen this day severalcarns ofreal i wo B
M U 11erwite than Safe antdpro-, 20 91 95 1 77 441 90 1 943 63 price 18 cents. 914 6mr Samuel Stevens,.El'., Stephen A. Halsey, opnth idastvea
^StsafH^ ^ ^ ^*^^^1- 20 91 95 sq77 44.1 90 I 18 cents. sl4 6.M "Ji a "kw of the most beautiful quality; comprising the newest D E S UL''
-*-- .t 21 92 97 82 45 1 I96373 rHE NEW YO LYEUM-This literary n BK ste.ens shapes of Capes, Collars, &c. &c to which he re-
Nip VA 1 4 1 921 98387 .. .. -0 JL tion, for the last twelve years u r the di Balies, .M. spectfuly invites the attention of the LadiBs. REFI
.99401 *f ARLES. COU R b .' ,J.S.FOUNTAIN, 231 Broadway, RE. F I
.^ab^etht NW., h ?e hor ',,, .. .-' joiningt rioan Hotel .- '1 t. ,.
.Weh T'k eorg. ne
1 l 49from this (it steam. Itwouldbe diffidnlttofind a Elijah Peck,., H. WhittemoreiE, ICH SILKSFOR DRESSESAIDCLOAKS. "Life is measured
eaii 'tlt ,e,sua .21 0,7 1 8 4781 91938|~rE Y gLYE M-hsieay B5..929 6 .. K .... ten, ............ Tho -rbun,~ mn a ee~eiif o ae n ~~l
26 0 7 1 172 11.094204 more eligible locality for a BOARDING SCHOOL, Charles J. Gayler, John Field, It-J. S. FOUNTAIN, 231 Broadway, (adjoining WILEY&PU
eMU CA 5 27ample conveences and a y uatlo ai, h the American Hotel,) has received, and offers for sales cc and for sale bsy all 'iBti
D3e Ot281 201 282 24 52 Q2 2 37490 The buildings are large and airy, with one hundred e INSTRUCTORS. an extensive assortment of fashionable
] r ui a n tu e t o29 1! 28 1I35 2 31 53 2 10 2 59 5 24 e r p ry.a.xen ie a
Ws ..Msl A uialfsrmnst and fifty acres of grounds attached to theport
n 4 'w nhuet to 2n3o231 5312 tS and fifty acres of grounds attached to the property. Rev. J. W. Brown, A. M., Retor and Head of the of Paris Silks, suited to the wants of the present sea- 276 Greenar
Sh- and offered at 301 31 40236542182 89549 facility of communication witthis city by steam Family. son; among.which, are rich figured heavy Gros de Keeps constantly on
.o.h 31 1 32 1 422436 54232321578b oatan,.odilrteofacommunicatalhon thhisaycei.tfbilsteam-
S. s maetprice'nsisting of 32 42 2 5 2 5 oat and railroad at all hours of the day, cannot fal to Rev. C. Clapp, A. M., Chaplain and First Assistant Afriques, for Cloaks ; Glacido Poux de Soie and Repps, E
ISand German Accordions 33 46250 5247 5 5 a i Teacher. Satins; rich lightcol'd Silks for evening dresses; pain
.i emrtOBdFlutes andClarioneta 331 34 1 48 2 57 57 2 70 4 20 6 27 Mr. COUDERT hopes for a continuation of confi-. Servatius, French Language and Literature. and figured low priced silks, &c., &c. S
m 34 35 502 64 53 144 31 6 50 dece from parent and guardians in his new location. Camerer, Instructor on the Piano and Organ. EN' UNDER GAR MENTS.-A new article aul4 SHIRTS
,% Van -t uie ilos, 351 361 532 75 59 67 4 63 6 75 Being anxiously desirous to fully develop his system Madame Senrvatius, French, Vocal and Instrumental in the Market-Shirts and Drawers of Ameri-
LjEI br53y ndChiUA S 36 1 39 1 57 2 81 60 4'25 4 91 7 00 of education, he was obliged to look for a situation Music. tan auacueIndmd f aoyWolad
37 1 43 1 63 2 90 combining more convyiences than could be secured iss R.C. Brown, Governess, and English Teacher mau facturedandiffe mdng e of oty Wool and FA NCR
c'asoalba Garsiol s Money will be received in deposite by the Company within the limits of the city. At Elizabethtown all Miss E'. ILamb, Governess, Teacher in the English the European Goods as they in their assortments of No. 337 B
a2oG it. Violins, Flutes Accor- and also in trust, upon which interest will be allowed those manly exercises which are not only beneficial to Branches Drawing and Painting., wolm eagre rva 0OUG S
[dirass Wu. ..Lons as follows: the health, but of constant utility through life, will Miss Julia R. Hall, Governess, Teacher in French reserve the finer descriptions forclothsand camstuimeres wrNSir
alesand ltrotoU forevery instrument Upon sums over $100, irredeemable for lyear,4j perct constitute a part of the system of education. The and English. resrvethi t n
Bassoo, Triangles, Horns, Tmpets Do. do. do. 5 mos. 4 pupils will be instructed, at suitable hours, in iding, M A E Ch T h inot thinking that the a onest wool iS oarse andiharsh
,ui' aia lorks, Tuning Hammers, Hunting Htorns Do. do. de. 2 3 in the use of the gun, agriculture, botany, &c. &c. It atet cemniae nPrprtr o nouheato repcm te y in con act y wiha the y se aiie skin andt
Vin ,Violsn Bridges TRUSTEES. is suoerfiuous to remind arenas of the advantages de M do do do they are really what they are se forth
.8Wn for zomlins,Guitars and Yiolineeuos Wm. Bard James Kent rived from the study of Modern languages, combined H tolibeMdoD.,e thlyeaded. So H Oerae at th
VH. ')iay, i ess M.T D.ro Fai ly doescn do do to be d ooubl thsrteadoLde'ned.arenso celebated Cat sthe'
S-in e j.rionets, Obes and Bassoons. Thomas W. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime with the Ancient. There has been no example of a Mrs. M ort Mar. ofl aegood assortmetof adi' Undero Gar t Bwal stre
Finpr Bors Tail Pieces, andPep for Violins, &C v m. B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereux scholar's being unable to speak fluently the French~and The' Institute is conducted on the plnof a tl~o- variety of descriptions, sizes &c
Teabove together ord nertesve n~e t Bnai nwr Gulian C. Verplanck Spanish after two years' residejice atthte Lyceum. T'he toughly organized Christian faitily, the Rctor, for he o5 LANE & VAN ZANDT, 14 Maidens Lane. GOL AND
Mudi. for sale. Wholesale omers executed with des- Peter Harmony Henry Brevoort, Jr. greatest attention iagiven to Mathematics, and an ex- time, holding the place of the parent, and as such re- E FALL G O &. B GOLD AND St
yatch at Atwill's, 201 Broadway, near St. Paul's. John G. Coster James McBride tensive apparatus of Natural Philosophy and Chemistr responsible for the moral, religious and intellectual cut- FALL G S & G BROWN, 46 aug16 tf
.2 o ."Thomas Suffern John Rathbone, Jr. is attached to the School. Pupils studying Survey- ure of his pupils. York Canal street, beg to inform the ladies of New ASTRONOMICA
" ^ i? A IITIESa OF THE COURT OF CHARLES Iohn Mason P.G. Stuyvesant. ing will be instructed by an eminent professor. The Institute is divided into three permanent depart.- Yorktht they have at present on hand a large and A Transits from L
3 THE SECOND. Comprising the whole of the Samuel Thomson Thomas J. Oaldey Every information, and cards of terms, studies, &c., meits-Preparatory, Junior and Senior, over each of beautiful assortment of rich and fashionable Fancy and don, Paris and Geomn
celebrated suite of Paintin byS in Peter Lely, pre- Benjamin L. Swan Stephen Whitney may be obtained at the Bookstore of Berard & Mon- which the Rector exercises constant supervision, and Stapie D.y Goods, to which they are constantly re- Rossius, Troughton
se mrved in the Windsor Gallery, and sevea from te Stephen Warren John Jacob Astor don. 36 Courtlandt st. aul2 3m to the studies of each of which ke devotes his personal ceivng editions as the European packets arrive, together with a large
e. e aamhiz, Grosvenor and Al~thorp Galleres, exqui- Robert Ray Giardner G. Hiowiand FLUSHING INSTITUTE, FOR THE EDUCA-. attention. .. Having been all purchased within the last few days on monts, Mathematical
Bitaly e graved by the FjstArmts.,teformingasplendid John Johnston Corn. W. Lawrence TION OF YOUNG LADIES. An examination of the classes in each department the most advantageous terms, P. & G. B. feel confident sale by E. & G. d
series of Potraits, illustrative of the MemoWrs of ve- Wm. P. Van Rensselaer Jonathan Goodhue. rp REV. J. F. SCHROEDER, D. D., Rector. is held semi-annually, at which the parents and friends that no where can goods be bought togreater advantage je7
rn l ^'mn. WM. BARD, President. HIS SEMINARY, which was opened on the of the pupils are desired to be present. A review of than with them. Thestoc consists of- .
: C_ lma. e mln, and other ce)ntemlpoisi'y_ wnritf T. x 11 SMNRY hc wsoendo.te..he.pls~edeie be rR+=.......... ....A of l ,, l bI,,m: hh 1 blck ',m.nq e1_ N Pn,, i A, m,, b MOR

t a r tin id With Bio phi- ,,ca. rst day ot toer, er many pecuar avanas, Music is Gr.eld semi-annuaTey, o January and August ," a s d. "' .. "'. S Treso
v ^Memii "d Anecdotes, and an Introducto DUDLEY ATKINS, Physician to the Company. for establishing the health,4maturing the moral and in. of each year. m hs
V wof the ateofFemal Socie y; Mrs.Jae- HE subscribers have just received per Quebec, teectal discipline, and promoting thepresent hapi. The exercises of each half-quarter are terminated by Rich figured andfigured stripe, colored and blue black t
h, utore of ten*Da ofanEnny ''Lives from London ness and eternal welfare of such young ladies as may a review, the reports of which are regularly forwarded Silks, in great variety. from 4 to
of celebra t d Fem ale Sovereign~s,' & e. .& c. .Onet 's D rawi gdP adrsShaw ls, uncom m on y low v ingston.
o n u ~ o re s of ~ e D ia y of n ^h im r s s o s I f om a D ra w in g P a e s ,b a d m itte d m e m b e rs o f th e I n s titu te I n a l i s p a s b h e t r t h a e t f t e p p l .A s p le n d id a s o t e t f C sh e e a d B c e -b a c h ,
adome volume, royal qarto,with proof mpressions Do large thin blue, No. 4to. post, a careful reference has been had to the experience of These reports also -contain a record of the daily Enish n d 2yO
onldis nauer, PubUshew at; 1010,0lo.frm E Ih e
-op O aerepubtlsh1y0 'U uLoather's Backgammon Boards, black and red the best Schools in Europe and our own country. Its proficiency and conduct of each pupil, made outfro MOR
o lse, et antlybound I baes, charges for board and tuition are moderate; and no the class books of the Institute. cheap. trees for
SM. A. CO A, 205 Broadway. Leathers' Chess Boards, assorted sizes, pains will be spared to render it, in all respects, what Drawing, Painting, Embroidery, Plain Sewing, &c., English Calicoes, black and colored grounds, chintz get her, to
,.i tml a nutifad a splendid production is Moarco Card as o d the most affectionate and solicitous parent or guardian are taught,at such times as not to interfere w'th the colors, best imported, 2s per yard supurc
Morocco Car Cases do do,h-44FecCa
y a. l ong te nme arts an iterature, and black Se aling Wax, 40 sticks per can desire. An earnest wish to afford his owndaug hours appropriated to study or recreation. 4 4 French Calicos, best quality, only 2s 6d per yard, These
d e sUy a t o o e t e tg i White and black Seaaing Wax, 40sticks perg e.t Black and colored ground Mousselain de Laines, of and inthe open air, in
ain is altogether one of the st interesting publica- The above are offered for sale low, at Stationers' terms the best opportunities to cultivate their minds and Attention is.-paid to the cultivation of those graces very style.
t. tbat has appeareforongtime.Aloug Hall, 245 Pearl street, and office 35 Wall st. form their characters, is a pledge to those who may of manner and deportment which will fit the pupils for ie s e better adapted to a n
S.' for a single voue may at first some 7 D. FELT & CO. confide their children and wars to the Rector of this mingling in society with propriety and ease. As the l ns; Sheetings, Table Linen and Diaper, are rase, or even
aorB, we omder it singlarly owFpriced L T wInstitute, that these also will partake of every benefit, Rector always reserves to himself the right of forming Flannels, in great variey, all kinds, are from four to six e
-rehnce to i be1 ty and ntrinsic value.-[London COTCH ALE-" Tennent's" superior Ale, in pts. that his observation and experience may enable him to his household of such only as are willing to submit to Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves and Laces, branches.
,AteIrar Ga, M r8 and quarts. provide, its laws, a silent, and gentle acquiescence in all its Velvets, Satins, and Embroideries. Purchasers are inv
C' OK, RCVLAN E qatD lo omesticdMPlaind,ShoigadCnoFlne, rsdneofR.W
CIeaqTry C WORKS, OR CIVIL AND .M- BURTON ALE-Field, Ward & Co's. Ale, in THE BuILDINGSAND GROuNDsarethesamethatwere regulations is made a requisite from every young lady Domestic Muslins, Sheetings, and Canton Flannels, residence ofMkS. W i
C NT L ENGINEWRINGKW. CL A- Ct quarts.e Also,. occupied by the Seminary of the Rev. Dr. Muhlenberg, admitted. Worsted Plaid, bght colors for boys'dresses New ork, as they
M.A CHN 1CAL ENGINEERING.-W. A. COL-ec BROWN STOUT-Bottled by G. Swayne, and until the time of his removal to St. Paul's College, two The pupils in all cases learn their lessons un- Black Bombazines, Crapes, Cambric Hdkfs, &c, &c. any in this country.
SMAN. No. 205 Broadway, has or sale a largecollec- Bryant & Davies, for sale in lots to suitpurchasers, miles distant. The buildings are very spacious, and der the immediate inspection and direction of their CIHILDREN'S HOSE-Comprisig white ad TUCKER
,.tica of valuable Works on those itibjects, viz- b y REYBURN & VANDERY SORT, admirably adapted to, the purposes of the Institute; and teachers, so that all requiasit< Incouragement and as e/sarlet, HOms E-Co mpanw risin wHite, and suer J'^ 0. TUCERS1
enlred aond m oedb.S. B. Woehiie E CT A EO tlit the grounds, comprising six acres of land, are beauti- distance may be given r sach study. quality and make, including all sizes. These desirable Dr. Tucker is hai
enlarged and improved, aBZm. bra g COTCH ALEaOf the choicest quality, qts. and fully situated, within the limits of the town of Flush- The higher departments of the French, Italian and and scarce goods were imported by the suscniber ox- patrons that he has
vTare oublicW so edit Swms folio a 0 pIn.; also in wood, just received and for sale by ing, seven miles from the city of New York. Spanish languages will be under the care of able mas- pressly for his trade-Inow oen and for sale by Foster, of Bosfn, wi
g vrety of sub ects, edited by Sn ,folio, ad S P ; as, i -od "st --dan
avari aedy 1f 'uegavings. o12 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st. PROFESsoRS, GOVErNESSES, AND TEACHERS well terms. The study of the Latin will be encouraged.- J BATTI, Dealer in Hosiery, die (at th same ime
llBtratedlo 153 ng and Ss or.T. v ARO SA T AFTLAT 0 o sack 'Ash- qualified and experienced,are engaged in the several de- The French language is spoken in the family, the pu- 276 Greenwich street, between Warren and efficient instruction
w W Edongringhe S t' and 1 d --br ft fl rtments of instruction. The presiding Governess, the pils in this department being under the charge of a go- o4 oChambers sts. tn Havingodetermi
Eng-avings.L ton's,' and 1000 do 'Worthington%' f t y fledarmn-bin n... .hag o g- o
. on Cra emegs.nts, o a ._, .o... o.^ Salt, on board shi lnd, for sleby French Governess, and the other Instructresses, re- verness qualified to discharge its duties. .LANNELS AND BLANKETS.-The subscri York their place of
e sVi onumerounts .sio.ma lewy HO. at, on ,o HA 64 South st. side in the building, land are with the pupils at all The Institute is furnishedwith a complete and valua-. F bers are now receiving- resnectfully tenderth
Which Puy be ad, at a modus other lar e Wt orS,12 3tis o 0. Nak She in hours.ble Apparatus, to illtustrate the circle of the physical Real Welsh Flannels wish to consult them,
O which may be had, at a moer p b HERRY WINE-20 qr casksSherry Wine, for THE TERMS for board and tuition, are a hundred and sciences, and regular lectures are delivered by gentle Rogers' Patent do business to merit a co
WWW~IC T E salel bby HOWLAND & ASP"INW ALL, o h e nf nt-n weeksmnfothciyf
S i W OKONTHE'ES.pu- ale by ffty dollars for each session of twenty-one weeks, men from the city of New York. Lancashire do Dr. T. feels grateful
lished to-morrow morning, Otober 5, a new work o 55 South t. payable in advance. All the extra charges, for music The Institute opens annually on the second Monday Electoral do New York, Octobe
i the West.' entitedA ew Home-who'll fol- TYSON TEA-600 6 and 13 lb boxes, for sale by and other elegant accomplishments, will be moderate. in September, and closes en the first Friday in August. ilecoWard do o oT
Lie By Mrs. Ma y a?~ .r o tos u k r
low? or, Glimpses of Western Life. By Mrs. Mary GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. For further particulars see the "Circular" of the Insti There is also a vacation of ten days at the Christmas ,Twilled Plaid do folbowino Testimonia
Clavers an Actual Settler. 08 8t 134 Front street. tutewuhlished in the CHURCHMAN; or address, byrmail, holidays-and one of tw weeks, preceding the first of Light colors and fast dyes do DR. H. KIMBAJ
"* T i-.-lo- 134 1 iti u<-ei-esr I hed ta a Or'9 1 FR_ MeiwYrk All l itten pMrd.eceding .

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i wwimeW to be impediatslyi, In C4
hle business, wbiqh will be Ida.yOctoer,. i
yielding to. tAoaaVM terea4e fom 4enk34
Perannum,tobes b d equdly Of am
ho avances the moziey snd the Be Oenad ; p
the btuseO. hnotdthe per- et _
, e te in the Isa he between 5 ad 1O....7
alary in ""t=o to eh we;t of 'B-e-ten 16u'=d 4
t~noleto 11.,J Worl ey.
tle the time of."r. I i
SS.-A situation is wanjmd in
iLYoung Lidiy-iyhl%=had soisvWh
,geofyounkich 19dwb. n ..-ebm
r Alia addressedto E. .,
;WOOD,a l.W aLst t, ,

pion bvg. a i +
&"It bei'ls nbut UUIti4ed
y addresig Box No..2ftLwie %IVAB ti
D-We~a 15isd- rWoa4 6L[.w46
one for a servant, funishied or fiever, re
on below Cbambers street would T5;h.0'00% pnB
Sbox No 776 Upper'Post OfficeM aion o'fI
~~matdonof Iff'~l|i
LNA." -W" o''" W ;r... .-=dics.2; 90l -
retail Dry uGonbuseS. o .; s
ipperpost o ce, stating lengh @' n _._ i"
s, td whom lat emplfoed, an ,-
mted. o7' city I. .. .
beautiful. FRENCH CAbRI1)- .* 00-*'JZ+ '
w, with harness to match, cost T mBOAiRii _.
w if applied for imhudiately, at -oda .
tairs. 51w Monday ,""
et, St. Junmes', near St. J amdin thecja..78
Lace.. wee read ands a
ER bgsmost respectfullytoeap -' 16 itatitn nft 71
nen visiting London, that he has Board to visit the F .*
ery eligibly situated Hotel, aid Mcaseg. from da n .T l| .r .r .t ..
strictest attention will be paid to dances; ;orderedonal n .- B.
omfort, andfeelssatisficdlthear. pe,6 I^f V&'1IQ
ide, will enable him to conduct z..
such moderate terms as will hame a r fodt
referto many American gentle- mitteeo ft wharvw .
!d him with their patronage. Of Joha .Palmea j St$ i B
of Edard-Pitagera'W"
)NAL BANK. Washington Maolm; t.' ,..
New-York, Octobqr 1. 1839. Of QeorfI)' .Pheps. as
Directors have this day declared ; 'Ag '
rtper cent. on the capital stock,P'_
the Stockholders on and aftor
transfer books *ill be closedet ty ;.,$K .Or
By order of the Ba. mUkitat at -Ha&;- n a^ rf ii.
PLEWWELLINCashier. ilopt .' *.. *" tr ^ -
OMPANY. Pf finstBc 400ittt1
SNew York, Oct. 1, 1839. anitd 234 streets,"lIt aI
actors have this day declared, a avenue to Eat ec t" '.
cent., payaWi on or after the .n favor.of z-putWg ---
WA )MAS GLOVER, Secretary. From th, tdjaSim' i
New-York, 2d October, 1839. Su.. e -6'yt..-,-p^!
Scent. upon the Capital Stock of S.ure m'e .-i, .
thelast sixmonths, has this day nnia" ..'&!W lW 3
,on and after the 10th inst. on the first o ; y j ft/j:'
lU be closed from the 4th to the The opening .o.e 4 4r i,.
P. R. WARNER, Secretary. East River on the.; I.8 t' 'jh
shoe, asiessor,.,
T AND DIRECTORS ofthe the Eat to. Ip P "
ave this day declared a dividp4d ber, 1 E84' lB '
current six months, payable to 28th
eemand after the 3)st inst. the let DeccnaetSe O"lH l
G. A. WORTH, Cashier. ad" -ted.
,1839. ol4tnl so
Recently published, in a beau Gre i. a
, foolscap 8vo, cloth lettered, .,. ;
)RY THOUGHTS street; oof in.#
AND Of tbo ""
L SECTIONS. cure AN C.l ',
Mx dfPesaington.e ,
ei ,.U. DRY nd i!ctio
APNM 161 Bibad way, N. Y17 ..
street ; al
ich street, New York. in favor of.--.,
hand a general assortment of
5 AND HOSIERY, nue toXthe Old-ol.
URINO, SILK AND COTTON In favor of h1 H i
AND DRAWERS, tween U and
Wholeiale end Retail. Of.tthe '
Y R GOODS. tni
roadway, New York. ter.Rilr
ALD C L~.Jcharged ; e !.
JO WoS' BALS AM ml"%ad +I

West, is for sale by Druggists in John )Whefler to wit if
et, and Bowery. auE6 6& mont of oCulist to L 'ri ]
N A T K I N S, eblution aeknowle)Sog thef 'tq^^
rFAC-ruRKR Or Vache ai_ MorrelL.-11 e- ..'i..,
.LVER WATCH DIALS, Of thebisanq Cg'z it.enl
LNo. 175 Broadway. of pier foot of Clintoa it],u e:%i s,
ondon, Theodolites, from .,n thaniel Pearce an. ". ep'
my ; Telescopes of Fraunhope's, Of ncLItteed In. *
& Simms, and Plopel's make; Of Co;mitee of A9aesl*
assortment of Nautical Inslru- tax ofW. Butler, Henry. MahIl. j- 5
and Astronomical Books; for and Thos. N. Martin, Ado -.ted ?,
V. BLUNT, 179 Water st., Confirming aaa e.ment fCT' p sf b.*ray
cor. of Burling slip. wth wooden blocks]" BfIh1W,' t 2A.i .H|.
US MULTICAULIS.-25.000 Chat tfhd ...'. ,;-'.&, "

r sale on a credit of 6, 9, and 12 f Street '4ommissamwo0r; A
They are of the genuine quality, n
6 feet high, with large collateral t
SInquire of Bolton, Fox & Li from Cherry street to bfilk ",.-',. -
o3 3w tween Wasiungton Place. a*r l
o33w in acornice of ftaggint'i2 . .
US MULTICAULUS.-1000 g a cnice ftgggm
sale, either in quantities or alto- and 5th avemin. .- .. _/
> be delivered at any time, as may Papers froai Boar4 of l4Jd ,l-
basers. up, and the following preainbl e
trees were raised from the root lative to the ensuing eluictio, ft -r of
i consequence of which, they are amendments had been tovaed an' 0 '
rthern climate than those which &.do ted. ,
partially so, in Hot Houses; they Wr i t 1 -..
.et in height, with large collateral expenses for the g. a ,
expenses for the ywa ^ st.e gu^ ci lTO
'iled to call and see them at the was appropriated for el.c, i .i AM M.e-
ILLETT, No. 58 Broome street, as, $0,45774 of th'ti for
'ill not suffer in comparison with the Spring election, lea 'oaly
o3tf" 1,042 26 to defray tLe. naif,, -sEn
M. D., & J. H. FOSTER, M election. Therefore, .
TS, Nu. 3 Park Place. Resolved, That the Insaector of be"
ipy to acquaint his friends and requested to select the imoat. t
irmed a Co-partnership with Dr. the several Wards;, at whi to'-M
o completed? his professional stu- if possible without. e0, ?A"
with himself) under theable aid more peace officers thout.exnp.. df r
of Harwood & Tucker, of Bosa
ned upon making the cit of New the preservation of public draier, to the
permanent residence, they now free and unu"6te-ned. accesM 'o the bv 4 es,
eir best services to those who may and to enmp-ki .watchmeN urity, a
, anl hope by a strict attention to to the cita'r n shmEd; avd alo to open the
intinuance of that patronage which Polls on ea i:& e thre day at sit o en forth)
for having hitherto received, accommodation of mechanics, wqrkjg l4', a
r 1st, 1839.or hs
Foster beg leave to present the othersin order that they May.-e aielitive
lI from Dr.-Kimball. franchise without iconve me ,
LL having decided upon relin- Resolved, That-as ,poptian be
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S. .9| pR J-t T- .m o. "i, OGLAN S JnAT MEN AND INzGS4. .-to obstruct itree mamh to the sea, ,r : o its WEEKLY RECORD OF THE THER.OME.4rudent fo our a .se
,, aHI^ iU .J^ ^^ ,, a? -- dW .. ... ........ ? .... de,,. A. t y as
as'I 1 N.Ro. 1. of years. het duga deep gulley around A OcroBe, 1839. change ithe wa
SSterling was Secretary. M No ..-, i Thrmomeet. Barometer. Inugo.- tds
e--- b w itelegates.to.theSyracuseCon- Permit n.y*aie a prosy, unadorned t-, (hundr*h .t 100 fee N a t g,)N.-A.
t m ,*et m m tieol~d s w-t r--u n e-t.-~is 4 f a b ewtm inbIdn %i i to -rl tn gs flood, am on g" 70-. 30. 1 8.4 ..W m.-ie 'tumbelibngr
n ni gw .... The J t Sh them the G f iM on of J d7 2" 30.00 -4. tl wh it e AMt ,
th *qblt ^ ere"i&4 ucm -n, :' iA e lad route from Portland to Banga -runs h t a e- 5 72 r0.00 f por 6 white
-*A. 4.tfp r, t4fi-tihM.r abpar a-4is .1. bf.t p..r t1igah ahe 't of4 tsrich State-rtch n its argoeis -about 3 ofett ia diameter, anm, aithouge 9 10th 55 74 29.08 NW.---loudy zrning A .
-.OAb' t *o the G.v--r.. .*t h ,Min Aa iou. ex tU nsivef sea o ast, i ented w ith innaum era ble r cipal pm of the D am rem ain s undi s- few drops of rain. F in e, afternoon. A m an nam ed ,a
.a ~t .. .. . i n a v or o f t h A d m i n i s t r a ti o n gr t h e.- ori t ae r a b le K e n n e b edek h a v in go 13 9 0.1
Thy.s ftadoptdtheofolowintheg: bays and inlets, interspersed with safe ad corn- yet, Sl r. th 66 .12 NE.-Fe. ad 30 years,
.inattat as the aggr"theegate Resolved, Thata.2 w roiwMMt itm .wn.. weeks sz t52
a m.tthatatheaggreate Resolvd, That in the distinguished valor and modious harbors-mn its noble rivers, the utterly worthless. Su 13th 8 69 2971 SE- eer t
ot it I favor f the Administration, devotion to his country of Major General Winfield Androscoggin, the Kennebeck, the.Penobscot, and Did time pe it, I would stop to pay a tribute to M. 14th 58 65 2971 NNE.-Cloudy and finally died
t u .a,+ 'w4in ftco.. dm ned. Scott, upon the fields of Chippewa, Bridgewater. the St."Croix, which open the way to the resour- the exquisite, taste and ruralbteauty of this charm-a -n ct ge "
-.... l st and ,elsewhere,.attested by the scare he bears ; in ... .trior-,... .. bOn it s w ealth to the ocean ig i tlag e; b t, we iust hacn to Bang6 t.14.3. ha
-^ -^ ^ i r ^ ^ ^ e^th!^ces of the iterior,,ndbrmgits eath' ^- ^ SKbgiS^lthe -3:^ b
ts Jy sh.h6.... .. eminent services more recently with the Chero- BANGOR standsat the head of navigation on the ,
ftl* E) '9 f e by ailigd by which the Van nationn, upon the Canadian border, and the -in its limitless timber forests, which spread their BN. saens a ontatnh head0f inavi tan onthe Mx R.Anx&NTBE P... Irs.Weareoffered place of resi
n soNtik'naepeerless Penobscot, contains 10,000 inhabitants,
*ip Qap tikdAet w 7as d to present a nomr- North Eastern frontier, where his commanding green treasures from the White Mountains of New the grand depot of the ber trade, not only by this gentleman, ton.rw (Wednesday) even- fom Virginia p hes
America 'ontient. AfromitVirginia:thehe
lhaocaured chieuyat South Amboy, in talents were successfully exerted in averting from Hampshire to the blue waters of New Brunswick for Maine, but the American continent. Above it, ing, at the City Hotel, the most brilliant musica latter sto ed at
M i 't 'Mvilla, in Cumberland the county the camity of a war, we recognize the n its various mineral and geological formations, onthe Penobscotand its tributaries, are pr obably entertainment of the season. In addition t Mr. l r o Pp a
y, th.l-prku" aothese two coun- pure and elevated patriot and statesman, devoted 300 saw-mills, capable of cutting more than two SluFk P-.1 "oh h sosoorair
"'eoete riad gahtl'0 t o "sw to the principles we espouse, able to carry them which lie entombed in its pyramidic mountains- hundred million feet of boards annually, all of Russell, and other favote vocalists, three ditn- a ^
,te,-+i rstuof.t these illegalities, wa out and successfully guide the ship of state in the its countless lakes and ponds and rivulets, which which is shipped at. Bangor. About twelve hun- guished European Instrumentalists are to make r n,
,iw -.i.. M th. of the partisan of power di- season of peril to which she has been reduced by furnish an immense power for mechanical and dred vessels are employed at this city in their debut in this country. We have not yethad [e
S., .unakilful management, and qualified to bring her manufacturing purposes-in its productive soil, the lumber trade. The exports this year the pleasure of listening to Messrs. Garidelli, (Flu- We understand t
,h. .o .. safely back to that found old Republican channel I heard estimated at $1,000,000. Some years ol Rpbinc h. l .. dtboy m one of the rail
'..fi Aw* eA ttie, then, was the question o from she has been veered and steered by as- which amply rewards the toil of te agriculturalist hey amoutto $1,500,000. The Kenduskeag st,) or G7ron (Vlincellist) but we feel sure Brunswick on Satur
-e .Sak1-Mf t( ouvemrnor and his Council put piring itical quacks and demagogues. As Ame- -in its delightful cities and villages, which teem here empties into the Penobscot, on both sides of the lovers of music will be equally surprised and with the new passer
.-J.. ". T -', Tbs wa. the battle-ground, rieane we honor him, and for his elevation we with life and bustle with enterprise-and more which the pity is romantically thrown around on delighted with the exquisite performances of HBRR It is stated in the
maalawas understood, i manifest, among pledge our zealous support. than all, rich in the beauty and virtue of its daugh- the hills,well buil and from th^e highgro^und on RAKEMANN, a youthful artist of the highet pro- five farmers of that c
Atk rg t into Middlesex, This is in the true spirit, and it wihaveu ters, and the clear heads, warm hearts, and sinewy the east side of the latter rier, looks exceedingly mise, whose are alikefamiliar with the thousand even hun
'..( .t ) : d Out into Midee,"tradtecerhas amha ,Ypicturesque and beautiful -,.
Mof.f t.febangersm and peripatetic ous imitators arms of its sons. The insane land speculations of 1834-5-6, ma- music of Hummel, Kalkbrenner and Herz, and the The Portsmouth
-a+ S H6d6. D* the people SvENTwrH SENATs DISTRICT.-It will be seen BauNSWicK, 25 N. E. of Portlanid,-i a pretty terially injured Bangor. Foratime, it was the ren- thrilling productions of the new schoolofPianists, fell quite briskly o
.tj6,th cacue between the Go- from the following letter that Judge SPE oE town of 4 or 6000 inhabitants, situated near where dezvos of reckless land gamblers from all portions THALBERO, CHOPIN, and HUSELT, respecting west of that place.
of the Union, whose Faro, table was measured by whose products urearsmy eebr x OLE.-
tog-4aTeh.Courcit on the one hand, and the has declined the nomination of the Whigs of this the Androscoggin and the Keunebeck mingle their ote miles, andwhose cards were towns andsy whose
Whig Anroacggi Keueb~k migle square miles, -and wos arsweetwn s eeand p mrodcin u edr a eebr YL OLG.
tetTWb' iantcfrlbe five seats in Congress district, waters in Merry-meeting Bay. The former river mountains. For weeks together, so great was the seeing so marvellous an account in a recent num- dentsin the different
-"a4II*fT an" is ab ,* i i *1 pi- 'r i. A n *1-*nout~ s ix f / hundre
eB" airaz w wrMlypleadad, and what was- LYoNs, Oct. 9,1839. here tumbles over a ledge of rocks, and uses its throng, that it waq almost impossible to get a her of the Westminster Review. than at any former
tm*. 1 'bsaB ntiap in favor of Gentlemen,-Your letter communicating to me cascade to propel a whole fleet of saw-mills. This shelter for the night2ithin the bounds of the city. We are promised for tomorrow some further al-
"l 'n"a-- E ind ,ad the resolutions of the Whig Senatorial Conveintion Queer stories are t1d of these piping times. So fusion to the details of his tempting programme. There are three o
tG tB 'gad.otaind,---n of the 7th District nomination a' me as the Whig gallant stream not only brings down to the Merry- full were the hotls,'that large premiums were person yet living in
*i Ap y, nanym to the justness candidate for Senator for the Jistrict, at the next meeting, Margalloway, Diamond, Bear, and nu- offered for the privilege of leaning against a post LIBERIA.-Mr. Buchanan, the present Governor of this city Perre
a tht 1n bee g8 'of the frauds upon the election, was received during my absence from merous other rivers, and Aquesouc, Moosetoema- for the night. So idadily was money accumulated,
treated here last year by home, and while at Albany. I have delayed an an- guntic, Umbao and a host of other lakes bu that, on one occasion, two paupers broke out from of this colony, under date of 13th August, from are stanch and dev
couldheelat erb caughtgoan ahsto oheaakscbt
lqqt ft'e**lbu6, epe..e ir lwer until now, that I might fully weigh the sub- agog, and a host of other lakes, but, he almehouse, and. before they could be caught, Monrovia, writes to Dr. Proudfit, giving an ac- [From the
dei BaLoe-.F(eoaMjoityfrom 06to56. ject in my own mind and consult the opinions of i its mazy course of 160 miles, during which it had made $5000 ea4h by speculating in lands. So count of a successftexpedition he had made to EXCUTION OF W
K.At t, gb4 fos, w submit, a perfectly logical some valued friends, washes the feet'of the White Mountains, it gathers high was the standard of wealth, that during one Little Bassa, within e limits of the colony, for tragedy has closed.
to say that the reut of the election I beg to assure you, and through you the Con- great quantities of all sorts of lumber, floating it summer, every pets iirriving there who was not
t a d mention, that I feel a deep and lively gratitude for towards the sea, and covering the land and the worth $10,000, wasm ediately sent to the poor- the purpose ofa d la t icen
tkenby the Governor and hi this manifestation of the respect and confidence i house. However faulous these, and hundreds of established himself there, day last, between
S. evinced toward me, by a unanimous nomination by water around Brunswick and Topsham, and barn- other similar talesimay be, it is beyond dispute There was a regular fight between Mr. Buchan- othecut
A Wto I vote, it proves nothing on such an enlightened and patriotic body of men as cading the streets and blockading the wharves, with that the Speculating Plague essentially corrupted n's forces anNotwithstanding
S this To ir no appeal was made to it-and composed that Convention, to a place of great dig- masses on masses of logs, timber, boards, scant- the fountains of trade, and mruined thousands. A an's forces and those of the native chiefs, whom this large number of pe
vtL meITo in several counties was not nity and importance to the people, and the more ling, and spars. Situated at the head of tide-water, single specimen ofrthe machinery employed in slave dealer had interested n hs defence. e might result from th
Especially as I have become so recently a resident w this great scheme oa fraud is annexed. Lots and result was the destruction of the slave dealer's set s a a vont
poWle7b tamngwdrmdi. of the district. I am confident the Convention with an easy access to the Ocean, and the beauti- townships were sold in hundreds, yea thousands element, and the recovery and restoration to liberty poasnd
i mmwI f'sMtae, gave only about 1000 Whig will believe me when I assert, that the nomination ful Androscoggin piercing the back country and af- of instances, without ever having been seen by of four slaves, without the loss of any life on the Wilber was a yu
I -t.h ~it can give. 1500, arid has given was wholly unexpected by me as, I never had been fording an abundant hydraulic power, Brunswick is seller or purchaser. To satisfy those who mightasala t s Wb s u
a consulted in reference to it, or expressed aowiceg no doubt destined to become a large manufacturing doubt whether a wetertain lot of land possess- part of the assaicantso lao f aa
q f l-. "rlB ington..a l Gloucester-at a consulted in reference to it, or expressed a willing- o doubt detned to become a anufacturg ed all the valuable appendages of wood and water Mr. Buchanan gives this account of an American prepossessing appel
Gol ov e sger-ma- ness to be a candidate for any elective office. M which probably wa
i am ..rctien they won t gTy lager Whig mR- After so flattering a mark of the confidence and town. In our rapid jaunt through the village, we which the map indicated as belonging to it, or slaver that fell into his hands : manifested for his
L.co-ocs..m h. t"h good will of my fellow-citizens, it is with unfeign- caught a glimpse of Bowdoin college, now under whether, indeed, it had- an existence, men were The vessel I spoke of having so opportunely dence reposed in hit
Sottet counties, where Loco-Focoism has the ed pain that I feel myself compelled, by the most the Presidency of Rev. Leonard Woods, Jr. It hired to certify and make oath that they had vi- got possession of, was the Euphrates, of Baltimore, the murdered Barb
wei. hty considerations, to decline the honor in- emdy, htl.sited the peie nqetoad they possessedgot possessionofwathEu rtefatioehemdrdBrb
hnn 1..L dnd sucd he premises in question, andtepossd which has been engaged in the slave trade on this reer of crime, whict
h, for inane, as Atlantic Mon- tened me.seratn' to elne the hoo being term-day, the hotel where we dined was and u ae se ce t hich has bee
mmmdducy.-.cuch, for ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~instancesasAtlaticsuch qualities. These certificates and catudrAeia oossneeryi era u etoiiae
mBmt1 .del -.t-Bittle or no effeit was made by I have attained an age which admonishes me that crowded with the beardless freshmen and sopho- oaths were often made by men who had neverseenShewas broughtinhereby Sir Francis flThemannerOigii w
the, Wh ;i-4it s, wholly delusive to represent I require repose, and an exemption from the tur- mores, bustling about with all the importance usual- the land, and knew no more about its existence, Russell, commanding H B. M. brig Harlequin, and der of Barber, as ap
"btumau~~siq obtained in those counties, as pre- moils of party conflicts. The long period that I ly conferred by a smattering of hic, hkc, hoc. even, than the shepherds on the mountains of the delivered to me, as on account of her being Ameri- was this: After invi
S. have seed my country in various public stations, O n i moon! It should be understood, that the participants can ise w in, bo i jiici. a t bd w
.ea tWm, i* W o f athe ictal strengthof parties it seems to me, entitles meo say, tat I have per- Our rather monotonous trip from Brunswick to in these corrupt transactions were not exclusively .n she wa
.1+3., i te corup tsi wer ennotexc use sly, ta a haye pef .. f ....... to send her to the United States for trial, and unloaded pistol, and
....-- formed all the duties which the country ought in Augusta, was relieved by occasional views of the citizens of Maine, and especially not of Bangor, but though she had no slaves on board when captured, ber was much surpr
w IAlAttt he our charge of want of reason to require from me. Kenncbeik on the East, and a distant prospect of reckless adventurers from other cities and States. there can be no doubt of her condemnation, as the that hetook him (W
7- & tin qpalBing unnder circumstances My known and openly avowed opinions, as to the Whit Mountains, qt the Northwest. our bill paid at the Bangor House-one proof of her being a slaver is indubable. Too had enearth: and t
4 '" toel te andbotitomen and pbi esrs oehrwith tWhitethelargest adba oesin New England- long have a seof rngde n u~w falcnann oe7
tbhe;vme, and not to the Wedh a e t e We struck the Kennebeck at GARDINER, a ro- and we are on board the steamer Bangor, bound for ne is m d h
t-e #itW W Lb l th* choice of members of the nomination. I have the satisfaction of assuring mantic village of 5000 inhabitants, which hangs on Portland. What a majestic river is this Penob- name and authrity thut tate ot thi n tormain h
&, .( <' 1 7 .you that I heartily concur in the opinions enter- a steep hill on the west side of the river. The scot. What an immensity of water it brings down coast for the roscution of the slave trae M r rotated his
to.he.cea .initspilrim .e.f..0.mle T eosfothprs ttno hessetae Mybtrsttd i
... ^ "--. stained by the Whigs of the State and Union, that Cobbessecontee tumbles into the Kennebeck at G., to the Ocean in ts pilgrimage of 300 miles. Te heart is pained at the atrocities committed here knife purchased in
"..J t'* jtgj..jitflauikshave made another step the measures pursued and threatened by the admin- m t akes Chesuncook, Pemadumcook, Millinoket, Can- under the sanction of my country' flag. several places, and
'tt&2iL. a t f imm1vency-,-one, how- istrators of tho General Government are of the most pushing a great power for manufacturing p- bou, Skootum, (I love these names,) and hundreds ever, that the deed
Sf a ency- ow-dangerous tendency, and if executed, especially in poses. Here we had a new edition of the Bruns- of others of lesser magnitude, which spangle the h -ic
.wWhi psese, was inevitable after the carrying into effect the Sub-Treamut scheme, the wick saw-mills, and their lumbersome appendages green bosom of the interior with their silvery sheets, SLv TRAFFIC UNDER TH AMERICAN FLAG-A pised, e picke
II," and the P;i,'ataq-;s, Mato,,aml, ag, Seb. Ken-;. ,correso6n th J *nto omee rtgan anal m
i.speiepayments. prosperity and liberties of the county will receive In fact, the Kennebeck, from its outlet at Moose- akndthhPi caq u lss' M, wm eagswi eebo, Ken-,orrsodetoatnfrom avan S opfmmerct, w ting ad a y itn
H redt' vfive dollar notes. a vitalstab. a Lkusea, and other countles streams wnich trace from i avana, u r de Sr 4, e to wn ay t
'.' r40 rreqoliroe, I1 entertain the hope and belief that my declen= head Lake to its immersion in the Ocean at their bue curves through these interminable for- rates.the following vessels sailing under American proceeded along th
.X. their blue curves through these interminable for- rat -.. ,,. .... .. .,
Wirer ex- si- n of the proffered nomination, will be attended Bath, is a floating saw-mill, a long winding timber ests, all, all travel to the ocean in the track of this cOlors', as engages, or about to engage m the trade Chittenango landij
ede.Wr sou^hs sum! with no inconvenience or distraction, but that thec raft. In its course of 150 miles, it rolls down a mighty river. And what a gorgeous scene expands in slaves, between that port and the Coast of Af- Judds tavern, cros
j. 1J^I -. <^ .Ado notibim ofioss Convention will harmoniously and cordially unite descent of 1000 feet, and recieves in its serpentine before the eye as you enterPenobscot Bay The The school w h aganwen
S aymig one's debts. on some other person more competent to represent way the contributions of the Dead the Sand shores are dotted with sparkling villages-Bucks- me hr u ai re ie. APPREHENDED M
g the district thanr myself. e conriuions o t e, te Sandy, e port Belfast, Castine, which the British captured Nymph, do do, fitting out. following narrative o
Av-vt*W". ieved, e maintain With sentiments of the highest respect, I am Sebasticook, the Cobbessecontee, the Androscog- in 1812, Thomaston, the residence of the deluded utter Campbell, nearly ready. pectablecitizens of t
"< .... your obed't serv't, A. SPENCER. gin, and innumerable smaller streams. Cilley-the charmed spnbeams dancing gaily on The above vessels are all commanded by Amen- which we find in th
c.'o'f jete ra P. V. N. Smith, and Otis Clapp, Esquires. Gardiner is one of .the most flourishing villaes their white houses. The coast is fortified by high cansi., ,, excite general surjri
J^ ^ m.am'ye~ rds morn- swells of land-Old BIse Hill, Musquitoe Moun- "Th brig Uno of Nq Yr says t, e Jour- tion is made of the
,. .g wrks : ELECTIONS. in Maine. Its chief business street runs along the tain, and Bald Mountaip. nail's correspondent "is almost ready."v home in embarrasaci
A' -it'd.ia city proceed in OnIo.-The returns of the election in this State margin of tho rver, humming w ith activity,.while "The grey and t der-smitten nile .- : .. ._'-. of foul playf i
*; e ^^ ^ no P^ tendeee coe mn slowly. Enoush b,96vflrji- nto rn-. its dwellingwme of ,whichae fiaw specinie of -'-WhI.inrimWr tOsert IiehIt / .. ^ "' FtM FLORIDA.. ". >^ alt0
.. ,e o tendenfcy theiresortw thly E un FrainDCounty the entire tasteful a9t 'chastened architecture, cling to. the standing as a corps de resere. All around you, as We give the following from tjhe"Florida Heral "Messr.*
fln bhrigpot, t [ Fr County the entire far as tie eye can scan, lie the woody islands-- of the 28th nit., as embodying the latest intelligence left this prue'the
.-*l^|8^^ k.$f !JQ4^ Whig ticket is elected, and Gen. Green, Whig, ~ ids of. the hill, or stand on its proud top, peeping brgtdaughters of the sea-dressed in their an- of affairs in that afflicted territory. adwn o^~'
g'. elected State Senator from Franklin and Pickaway. out from the shrubbery upon the broad river, watch- tumnal vestments-the red hues of the maple blend- FORT LAUDERDALE, 13th Sept. 1839. on the steaniboak
-,.,, a., r-rrn: to In the latter county the Loco-foco ticket for House ing the little ferry-boat as it puffs across to Pittston, ing beautifully with the orange tints of the beech, "I believe the main force of thed Indiane is con- Brown bad appointed
^suiks in New of Delegates has succeeded. In the Senatorial dis- or spying in the distance the steamer Huntress and the deep green of the" pines. Some of these centrated near the head of tis (New River.) on business, and w
fysw trict composed of Clarke, Champaigne,.andLogan islands nestle together in clusters, some. are an- They have fields of pumpkins, &c., are disposed to place-Wiley was t.
i. ] in New counties, Gov. VANCE, Whig, has succeeded by a cleaving its path up the stream, on its way from chosrd in moody solitude, some send their reefs far be peaceable, and if inspired with confidence in cities to make a purn
Sche. Btnk in majority of about 400. In Guernsey county, the Boston to Hallowell, or looking down upon the out to sea to warn the mariner that he disturbs the word of the whites, would conduct themselves the use of their shop
Bmnpepd a spay' Whigs have elected a member of the Lgsliature, sloops and schooners as they press to the ocean un" their repose at his peril. How aptly has the au- quietly. They have been gathering their men, had been scouring
being a Whig* gain, In Belmont the, J"ce-focos !der a cloud of canvas, laden with lumber to the thor of iogg Megone described this feature of the and when aided by Co, ochie, intend to attack months to procure m
every have succeeded, as they did last year. In Jefferson the hostile party. In thtineantime their camp is purpose eastward,
ar o neceee county the Laoce-focos have also succeeded in elec- very gunwale, bound to every part of the Union. bay: to be removed in this vicinity, mand they are to send notes that could be
RoBeneth the southwardo. turnin eye. oto ruberemve inti iiiyand datoehrllthey staglrs, ousndnots thehatcud get
:; i^ -'W~ ^ting Senator and Representative, being a gain of In passing through the streets, I noticed the sign- A thousand d anslie- out ru rs and draw together all the stragglers, count, they had gat
a one. InDelaware the ^oco-focs have elected their board of Hon. George Evans, the Representative in Gems of the watem !'with each hue Such are the arrangements entered into by Col. dollars in silver and c
.sone by electie. Ta only count e 'he arWm Congress from the Kennebeck District, whose nawe Of brightness set in ocean's blue. Harneyo and it appears to me there can be but Brown not having
g. w e b elected. Thes ace othe only cotie heard from, ongress fro th nne Distritwhosena e a Each bears aloft its tuft of trees one opinion as to the policy. heard from either of
,,m.: g ,,s-.-- wieh ldentiy and they show thus_far that the gains and losses are has been mentioned among the Whig candidates for T Touched by the .pencOim oftthe, frost, oneihe llth September a Coel Hadev; in an indi watched a few daHsa

f : F ti w the po- al.7The Loco-Focos in the last Ohio Lcgisla- Speaker, at thi approaching session. At the last And, with the.motia o each breeze, "w am'Jones de t" 20 I t" H
A .m m .t.. en -* o m n t .s 9tervie w w th Sn m n e h 0 I d n i i g f t e H
et dt iwz Prin O t T rb had a majority of six on joint ballot. trial, Mr. E. swept this District with an overwhelm- moment seen- s moment ost-concerned in
Changing and bklt.onfusednd tossed, concerned the massacre at Carloosahatchi -saw their names
S.' O GIA.-eturns are received from four coun- ing majority. The brighter with the darker c ed should be delivered up. On the lth, Cbittoo that they took pas
i t o ties in Georgia. The votes as competed with those Four miles above Gardiner, we entered HALLO- Their th ousandtintof eauty g1w Tustenuggee, Bu e-Grass, and a few other Indians, French next day fo
; e'nsadtu:WLwicriso ohsdsoh riv er .o Dowk in the restless wavI below, wiTh four squaws, met the Colonel ad several oi- captain of that boat
S two years ago, stand thus. WELL, which lies on both sides of the er, i And tremble in th sunny skies cers of the army and navy, on board the steamer- Smithland. The g
K"n m. 183 tains 000 inhabitants, and much resembles Gardi- A irom wn bough toboughS Sam was sick, and could not come, (a universal x- to Sitland, when
S1kA*1! irL s cr ei (W (L. (W.) SI in its P l Ion the' Fit Wrs of Paradis." cuse with the Indiant) hut sent for answer 31 made diet i
i^MgBM M I ruS muwJj.OIGW^^ ^ 4 uo Douf1horty. Mcltonald. Gilmer. Stchley. physincalimeurs. It chiefl lies Butt th~tea 16lf-beta pencil of the painter, or sticks, with a message that wluan those broken days there. Tie gentler
SJl. Buloci 8 28 from-the water's edge. The view of the Kenne- sketch the glories of this euchantihg scene. I de- what was rights TheColonewaindignant at this a letter to him here
S~Efigha, I3 66 160 10 beck and the surrounding country, from the high sist. To the reader tme say, if yon would see proclamation, but there being no help for it, told The inference er
WlRSI^% .7i".bON Richmond, 449 72 826 448 is uncommonly rich. Large granite ur and beauty, Ah ten thousand forms, go to them he was going to Key West, and would see murdered on board t
at- grounds, i nomny ih ag rande u9rt he

221 -2 "5 ,, sn It was from Hallowell that the traitor Ab.er. a Hoset .i Pod, t Hae yire i tkin" p e SALESOF
deb nold marched with hi troops on his Canadian ex- gusta, and the Bange r House, in Bangor-and I tu ned from the interview with Gen. M mb, he ge Broke,22
Ifc: fe sh .tie., bat LoCoc-eo gem 196 pedition, in 1776. You are aware that this was when all other opiates fail to lull you to slumber, was one day carousing with Sam Jones and a par- Bn ofCo
"8-0"than to the _thi er- fnt namlt.cmessyy toathe trnveofeCo

AtwM ^'-aedina l i n i tn th4eThye first named counties 193, the former residence of Hon. Peleg Sprague, now read the dull letters of Yours, &c., ty of Indians, near Fort Lauderdale, when Sam re- 24 b do
"t tbly owing to the depopulation of Auatr.USta, iaseednn .... hofearedbyeSa
"-they' ca ... .. me m d o sinsa t of Boston, inguis several years as an e- o RAMBLR. marked that interpreters woro generally liars, and 25 -- do
$u00t000ewrenthadtbeeandenatorte m Co sngle ,,ouw n orow

bing o f cot hf cty, b the ravages of the yellow ver quent Representative and Senator in Congre Under the head of "Gleanings," a Philadelphia oodto be true. Upon this Sandy took Catcha- $500 Corporatio
opi F 11. rp .i Tw fvets-has fa-lien off largely, but much more so from Maine, paper states that-" Chopho aside, and said that he would tell nothing 75 Delaware ax
n nce.ta ath. Whg thenaon the Loc. o-focso sine. Butlit- Two miles above Hallowell is AUGUSTAr, the "A Southern merchMt was robbed in New York b-t truth, because he was bomamong the Indians, 25 do
I cn be st p t f rom thes return, capital ef the State, one of the loveliest towns in a day or two ago of a pocket-book containing $10,- and his feelings were with them. All tha p0r s do
DI) w : hwo.- 1 ) N~ypa~~ tme.en .. :7 ,, do.. .. -.. o --.a
b*-bfdibtc, is ja--f qu$ (Fivt. e Globe of SatMrday evenng.] New England, lying on both banks of the Kenne- 000. 3'The money wataeco'vered. and professions of the whites were a pack of lies ; 100 3: do
t -t. h d1OFFICIAL. beck, at the h ead of sloop navigatione 43 miles 'thesenowera.deglenae what was the har- nhyhdsyeda s o
W i nte 1 the f Dm nad.nrucwra s STAT ie, from the sea, and containing a population of 7O00. "at deal, and were -which made them sue 40 Ohio Tr.s
a du the forer.resdence f Hon..oeg.Sraguenoworea the dll leters of

.o tiMnW "-I- W-m sin..o owicthi. 1 t'1859.. The Stats.House i an elegant structure, tdin- WILLIAM PtIr W'.2 y oF on'flu wA for a peace withe .heu--thut the horsemen 5 U. S. Bani
**luS I- t Is as that to this Dearmen..,t the,1 Acting Consul of the on an elevation at the South -end of the village,' LA-nD~ land not, ien cludedmi in the back? co-tis;-bu tha nex y earT'' the .- es 5-. do
aflat, United States at Tuks Island built of hammered granite of a very white color, s.^ f s ^ he set e would hold another ounil a take new a- do
Extract from an act of t Baham Leglatur, and bears no faint resemblance to marle especial- s t ta sre to drive the Indian ot. .
-14fi* e ofcst-.,ciefrciy,,bysteeravaes ofdhenyelowfleve.yquou Repreentatie.andeSnatorln CongesstUnerrtheteaddofi.'loaithejIanPhilaelphia o.d4tobe-tru

O- a p as W -lt June, 1893-in for e for five year ly to the distant observer. The Insane Hospital, a they did notwi to w with the land where aHe d e the Indde to sta their hiding- 4 do
B E iaB i t OF"'i' PITnAGE. noble gra-ite edifice which does honor to the hu- thqir fathers were reB;ng; but, to please their places, and only go out a few at a time, else the 50 do
foeunles. ,n ..nte hgt^anont. e. ... inanity of the State, stands facing the Csapibl on fath er Onas,-othe namr ey gave the god man, whites would seize them ; that he would from time 100 Vickbu
ljese were Fbievsaelpryesseiachoedappositethesertowns.~ teEs ieo hesad ani~

AgGrandpSalt Ke fro 0 to10 0 toans the East sde ofthenver. The prospect from its -they would sell hi mf e of it. Accordingly, to time go among them to give information, ad 10 KenokyB
b 1',r^ a ;thG ob 2a t^ 00 aevni ]N top, as well a from the cupola of the State-Houte, theyareed for a certt uantity ofEnglish goods would join themwhenhe got a od supply of -
iai-.- d... OI C Lb is very grand and imolopng. airtoser4as much s one of his young men munition. He exhorted them a never to live 55 do
For- ever vesel an-c1-TnOred at the Ri.n Every body ha heard of the G tT DAM across could walk round ia. day, "beginning at the ate whites, and his stey became, it issd, so 7 Utiea& &l
J^BItS T '-__-' T S. o 1 ,0 Tons, 62 ;100 wi $2,- the Kennebeck at Agugta, erected for Seraulic gwat river Cosquanco,4now Ken igton,1 "and generally believed among the Indians, that rpat s do
10 l to 00 53o00tep a00 and upa rds.h pupo -in 13i. Cnlo-by thae "Kentbeeeck Lock ending at the ao great vr lan not Bristol. n e joied the hoti party. h wNole plot 3 N. Am. T
EaKt from, anla act -o th a na upware, a bersnofi-nt rsbn to marble e B f it .T h1 I W' -a f a al thata~kaaLL. .. :. A n irt i

part s nowdry,) it will vnot bet
Mt faind t o return to the city.
or, (which still continmup warm)
,black f r. -yt,- '
ported ;he deaths of 100, and
since the fit deoih' rrd
,7!-*Jnft *I ine 0e8S~
rN7.a 5 gro pdesd.a .
NNw ORLtANs, Oct. 5.
lathan D. Hopkins, a stranger,
red at St. Martinsville, a few
ok e at Mr. Greig's ho-
hi c r fol several day.
Monday, the .23d ult. without
positive infNagion respecting
Id lead to an$y discoiery of his
It is supposed, from papers
Sion, that he came originally
had also lived in Texas, and
a place on Red River called
e. He left a boy eight or nine
papers regarding some land in
things of inconsiderable value.-

hat a lady gave birth to a fine
Road cars between Trenton and
day night. She came through
ager to Philadelphia.
La Porte (Indiana) Whig that
county have seeded this fall, two
idred and fifty acres of wheat.
(Va.) Times learns that snow
n Saturday about sixty miles

-The present number of Stu
t departments of Yale College,
Sand fifty. A greater number
f the electors of Thomas Jef-
New York, John Woodworth,
7an Cortlandt, of Westchester.
Orange. All these gentlemen
oted Whigs.-[Express.]
Madison Observer.]
ImLBER.-The last scene of the
The extreme penalty of the
pon Lewis Wilber, on Thit-
12 and 1 o'clock, within the
jail in this village.
the execution was private, a
>ple were gathered in front of
nt any inconvenience which
ie assemblage, two rifle cornm-
aer guard were detailed for the
ng man of 24 years of age, of
r strength, tall, erect, and of
Lance and winning manners,
s one cause of the sympathy
case, and of that fatal cofifi-
in by his unsuspecting victim,
r. He confesses that his ca-
i has terminated in a disgrace-
in disobedience to his parents.
which he accomplished the mur-
pears by his own confession,
eigling his victim to the place
found, Wilber presented an
I demanded his money. Bar-
ised at the demand, observing
rilber) to be the best friend heo
hen delivered his pocket book,
or 80 dollars in money. Wilber
im to lie down upon his face,
t posture for half an hour. Bar-
self, 'as ordered: then with a
Utica, Wilber stabbed him in
tarted to go off. Afraid, how-
of death was not fullyaccom-
up a large s'one, returned,
the head of Barber. Then,
pocket book and papers, he
e. south side of the canal to
g, drank a glass of cider at
3sed the towpath to Bolivar,
ft on board the boat.
f the disappearance of two res-
he town of Paris, Henry county.
o last West Tenneasean, will
se and curiosity. As no den-
missing partners having left
i circumijs, the..z lcion

I hatters ald pantnej
7stne about the 6thofJd..
Point, where they embarked
V'm. French, for Smithland.
d to meet a gentleman there
is to return home from that
o continue on to the Eastern
:hase of furs and trimmings for
here-for wlich purpose they
this section of country for
money that would answer their
aid in the absence of bank-
used without a ruinous dis-
hered three or four thousand
arrived it with them in a trunk.
returned and nothing being
them, a messenger was des-
.uo to see if he could father

e traced them te Mills' Po;nt
registered there-asceptained
sage in the steamboat Wa.
r Smithland; fell inuith the
, who said he landed tlem at
Mtleman in pursuit then went
a they were well known, and
ry, but nobody had W en them
man that Brownm was to meet
16th of July, sd. tjen wrote
complaining of his not cominng.
Strong that they have been
e steamboat or immediately
ips in the night,) at Soith-
ink of dollars was the induce-

vester, Bullion, Stock ad BRx
Vail street, & 130 Broadway.
mmer -........ 92 -12 mo
do............. 94 cash
do............ 9GL
do ............ 4
n Bonds -........ 9
ad Hudson-......-54
do ............ 54-thw
do ............ 5
do ........-.... 55-- .
da............. 56 -nW
do ............ -5 -4
it ............... 82 -
L ............... 74 --15da
do ............ 76 --0W
do ............ 76 -- W
do ............ 76J-c
do.........- 78
do ............ 79
do ............ 79-s30
do ............ 80
Bank ........... 33---nw
ank ............ 69
do ............ 69j
do ............ 70
do ............'o70J
hieneet'y l R...-T6
do ............11
t .........".. 46 -1
S -----------4 nw

the week in teo New 1.74lrac90."" .
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All letters addressed to "The e .a mast be
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post office., ,-Di-"
New-York. Oct. 1,1839. -
FEMALE INSTITUTE, in Madison, lki east
of Clinton stree.-Thbe Tsatees of this ntitute
have the pleasure of annoencng to the Inhai46rts of
the Eastern section of the city, ad.Wo the pts. .in e
neral, that the Rev. Dr. HAWKS will 'demi W mi
teresting course of oetures o. A wencan t"nuities,
illustrated by transparncjes, in the Chapil of In
stitute. The course consists office lectre, to .be de-
livered in the following order, via: ,
1st Lecture, Monday evening, Oct. 7t. :.
2d do Wednesday, do .do- I '
3d do Monday, do do M4th.
4th do Wednesday do d& :l40 -
5th do Friday, do dJL4.8t .
Each Lecture will commence at i Wfait even
o'clock, precisely.
The price of tickets will be 42 for the 4-po-50
.cents for a single lecture. :.
Tickets, together with a synopsis of the course, may
be purchased at the following paoes;,ayno'r Book-
store, 76 Bowery; Embree's Drug str4, Eaqa Broad-
way. Seymour's Hardware store, No 4 Chatham
square; "ay's Book store, 384 Pearl street; Shipiey's
Dry Gocd Store, 432 Grand street; of the Trustees,
and at the door of te Institute. s3OIis
11 Books are open for subscription to Ftoily
Burying Flats, in this Cemetery, at the Officei o. 8
Wall street; at Messrs. LeRoy & Pery's,. 1 -tlSa-
nover street, and at the corner of ulon f, t *ont
streets, Brooklyn, vntil further .ice.
The size of-the Plats, including the marginfalowed
for the enclosure, is 378 squawfeet, mand the.price I'-
dollars each; ten per cent. to be paid at hdie timn of
subscribing, and the remainder in equal payments, on
the 1st of February, and the let of June, 1840-ai
the proceeds to be expended in ispovmmensq qi the
grounds. <44
The grounds (200 acres in extent) are abouttjjes
from the SouthFerry,on the HillsofGowaua, beautiful
in situation and commanding in prospect. They; are
now being laid out on'the principle of.th Memnt
Aubern and otherpicturesque Cemeteries, dd it is in-
tended that the Plats shall be ready fo selectio ely
in November, uitil which time thepibie aptttspect-
fully rn6ited to visit them. *; -. '
A pamphlet containing a, full accowut
tion, its charters 'of incorportion, 4Lre
with further particulars,, on appli':kat, 1Fn
to either of the Jloaoiw Trustees, v:-4 ...
D B. Douglas, sbde Cook, jr .*
Jonathan Goodhtue; -4 uselt Stebb ns ,
Thomas L. OQgden, iHenry E. Pierrepont. '
Robert Ray, J. A. Perry, t."
Stephen Whitney, Pliny Free -i,' :" -
Jacob RI. CeRoy, A. G. Humsxa, I .
Peter Shliermerhorn, Geo. S.I Ho*utD "
Charles Kinag. ''
D. B. DOUGLAS&, Pu-ist.
New York. Oc. 91. 83.QrI-I t .- f.


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EDWl14t(UDLOW, A "' .. -
DWELLIN9. iOU8 AN.D JUBL.1 4' e '
IN Uwib6' A s ita o V rca Y.
Theau9 ,t "loaoialpti-i.
sales rooam, taf t
day of October -2 2 0C W "

LThre ofl,' t ,to Kt: h o th'N
FRONT OF UieN-.O E,& *'a
17th streets, an coping a "ia t do
scri tyon of poverty, of mnutal extea vad. vplnq.
The lootna di Squanre an 16 5i aiunaehmdAaare
each 125 feet deqp. Blev- of the f ot .6 e.'
front and eu,. Two of yemt ,-e 7t toe i:-
inig-twoaro25feet and3iachs. .
Three ofthe lots, to-wit: the lot at the N. E.
of 1th street-that stthe S. E. aouer of I7thAmt,
and thelot nkxtadjscent onthe soutberbriide;w&be
sold in fee simple, with suitab1,igomiuimUt9Po
uniform ste fWbuilding; the 'rmainiug twtiiota
4r'e held tnder separate leases hfu elbs.eU-CaS aQi
7 Williama to. Samuel B. RA& (at 'gipd n~te
Tarri* !vom 5ate 6o dollan s lota, a tto,
its position,) f the aggregate In-
newals) of EIGftTYYEARB8,q9BopfleyA
of Ma yi9 '. -
The inst term of the lease is- for- 7Wya 3iW
on the 1st May, 1864, and &Mthe lier wiU(ytrd "Rjpto
ewe the purchaser harmless rom a grQuad udar
ing that period, hy deposkiig* adpqWassadedlcw
security for its payment with tbs Ne*' Ye&. &
surance and Trust, Company. -'
FArm nd after the isti9 y, 3864, qqb -
subject to a reasoueblu yeaV4w r absW
ingp@riods of 30 and )0 1& '
sapper speefed in the laaes *'
will be furished by Ohe 6tbimnopri
Three story dwelling hota of tSef
already beenaenl-gpsch W of LW
be compl"ely M sad t &*'I
20th of October.
There will &4so he ofredas the n ow%
place, the 141fap(l|idbMiq W 30e
mediate vicl*W 4qym,, *RbhatiW -
4th Avatt, 4 biucin 0w
all of sb* M44els^^4M *IPMV
feet, m"d t*0 do"r 16kIta S hgq-Aih.
n.11W r. T
term *s. wW *Q lll -lB"B^B'B ^I H^i-i

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^NK^ H^^a^^ ffi~^^l1l^ w~tafternoma for Ath Ladies', -Mas
he Getlemn s azmg a
j ug for T -
;^ -^ w -- Filt fer, Thatcher, for ea& The Soiree severyTur
i' -7Iis % f ( e &I -to comnencelw60ember l4t"i
"^flHLow-.;1 NARtoom Bo6ston% Tw, Renem, exciusirayfor the youdg
"a. '.-su3S.l, o 1BBB.iNovembez
ySSunw at Boadmg Schools.
,"lT:-= Oakle-y "M r'. M 5. srbtMandother Roon
*. '* 8 .y^BSif roSem hyw701 "# American style. Thome who *re d
^^l^^SS "_ .,. daneining sad waltzing, correctly an
-r.; .B-doias fi n do r,.N8 .,'ways find Mr. Charruand the same
71llJ^b. the lat twentv-.ix yeare--ealons
..r. *: g l _bri ,..-./ prBmotiagt" i.pwov.anltofhispi
'' -rtffii al iri ;ffiialflf'iin ai 11.. ,i"ii For terms and particular, have
,CA' -i i ^^',^. x ,aw toic oa aer, Tht, at Mr. C. s residence, 20 White str
, F -- e : m open for bscribers.
.-.:-. SSES^ ,'r.. n 0 IPA T P.-By a new arrangement
V T' M' t,3ds to give instruction to Clam~sat pm
:> S, C..a r, of 13o:to. o5
-.--,Stokho,24th,nd "EW AND BEAUTIFUL EE
.to ,otoorman, Johnston .N WORKS OF EDMUND
,-*' B ^ Works of Edmund Burke, in nin
,Lbeq, ;with lime beautifully printed on fine paper.
to The present edition of Burke'
*'i .'T; e.a.X'i I ftovm Lubec, wth complete than any one which has
..S:n.. -^ .either in England or America. It
F ~ ~ ~ XSf~f ^ i iwMthener, & day from tire cintent8 of the English editic
i^k: aw to" p]arr, to the Captain. sixteen octavo volumes, including
"' :"":'f'W sAm, Idays from Boston, with speeches on the trial of Hastings,
* ,,-,f ^ *and which have never before been
i UJfts S._ydney, N. country. It also contains a reprint
^^aemS3 Ae r.- s : -3 .; .. titled 'An account of the Europe
.... !^f X Marti4 Wa4 fi-V inia, wood. America, first published in 1761,
W9" Chae, 9 days firWashi n, D. lished anonymously, is well hnowr
^Ew tto, o eOleea" ten by Burke. Thi it in'not conta
-- r t _g, $8 days from Richmond; edition of his collected works. A
'i WifromhRic edition contains a volume more t
diB ^er, Latkin, days fm Virginiawood" best English one, it offered at leas
}rest, Doane,. 13 days from Halifax, pi ice. It ham been the aim of the
wiLh -^Slnmast." sent the work in a form and style
,'w" t, aSwan, 4 days fm Chuckatuck, potatoes tents; amid it is confidently offered
^. __. ... .. "- .... ... gard of the public from its complete
e.h. "thk bothl fromB W sr.Ny-S with plastl er- price, and its typographical excelle
:- cw ftih. boothfrom wmdor, .S .o wil plaster... '- mas, Discourea, and other P
", "'" ...... .. .. m house' in 2 vols. Boston edition
ie, sbr .C ale ,f o The Courtier of the Days of Ch:
2 M .,- iot, ble; G.en. ^ty, o tales, by the author of I Mrs. Am
: eared, da Philadelphia; Elect, Nan. place," Mary Raymond,' &e. &c
^ ^*W^ ._, Just published and for sale by
--.'JSW LONDON, Oct. 9--Arrived, shi Chelsea, JILt p afreb
SM6 Somabkrh Ocean, with a ful cargo of WILEY & PUTNA
wiwle salA0pt i&L 117 English and American Boo]
_NOtPORT, October 12-Arrived, brig Orleans, retail.
A4J-I w frqn'!ie for Somerset.--Cld, brig Octavia, A MER NCAA UNDER GAR
". B ety for St. Jago. J_ can. manufactured elastic
WBEDFORD, Oct. 1.1l-Arrived, sloop Iris, Drawers, for men; double threaded
] | fr6m New-York, finished and warm, intended for w
~iB ^ ,Y.. ..13-Below, ship Minerva, Wads, 1to dor country's manufacture. Ju
.SB^r^Li PijirAir'sale wholesale and retail at 14 Mai
'2'- v 'r .* ^ i, .* o15 LANE &
,.=: 16lAND ---Arrived, bnfAllce, Joroan, .....a'"E ..
's-e "s Rapid, Jewe,, for Ouada- ,L the University of Oxford, 4 vo
v Ilf -- lSmthtNSlaples, Sydney. Ancient Christianity, and theD(
..0aMO 'E, Oa,,.I-Ar --e., brigMan", ford .Tracts, bythe Author^o f-1SP
.-Say, s, 8dys from New York, bound to New Bruns- SWORDS STAN]
.;_ ii1prmag afc ak nd came into repair. 15 '
NEWIURYPORT, Oct. 9--Arrived, schr. Gov. ,T W j AVV LIST for
; ,: l o frwo Wp ,PtA, Octl 3--Arrived,ashipOetorora, cers in Her Majesty's Fleet; ails
Duneanc Liverpool; brigs Atalanta, Fairfowl, dical Officers, Pursers, Chanlai
MxtlAM Penmn Crosby, Boston; schrs Otter. Orchard, and the Officers in full pay of thle F
Nyiaumkeag, Cole, NYork; Signal, Eibs, &e. specifying the date of enter
"A Balrr, Boston; Richasd Rush, Baker, dates of their several commissions
roricne. G _. ..Wa.re.... ployment, pay, or salary; disting
Ckartwt r. Ga.n. Warren B r, fi .py; have received Medals, or other hoe
bae `=.C0 iCole, and- *j Awe!:i.. orC cipal statiDns in which they have
Ocgjgl-Arrived, bri,NSrt4 d, MeKe eif, from gether with a list of Mates emp
rMoipU~ese, .WH~,Cipl. Johns, NA. mencement of the year, the Coas
i- 'Ir 9^ PE- de,.l, schrs. Shaks- vice, with every other informal
^^l l for Ga a- Mary Wilki, Speights, Royal Navy; 8vo, compiled by an
St. ^A Bt-a,.biwt S vannah. ceived by the Liverpool, and for s
AL DBA Oy a brigs Eliza, fM "o15 lwis WM. A. COLMAN,
Rattpot; V irgtnu, _w !. Bo rt; schrs. Susan, rp0 THE PUBLIC.-SYLV-,'
A Rdo tMVa,9 i fow "t. Office is removed to No 15
%....ORPLK.Oet. lI*Amied b Pallas, Blan. doors below Maiden lane.
",A9RF ,LB y IVirginira, Befell, do Bil lsf Exchange on all parts of
B-.-l'ow,- .. *rs for B ostonand Ireland, in sums of 5 and upi
..-" ,,0, .., n, ......... uDrafts collected on all parts of
pAU.fiTON, Oet. 11-Armved, brig Hiram, the Canadas, and Europe.
-.* dFortland.--Cleared, Si'*brig Ensay- Bank of England Notes, Cana
i- e" t'd d Cf& V .--Safe&, sbip Catharine, Berry, every description ofuncurrent mo
? Yova;* ,tJohn C. Calboan, Bulleq, Havana.. .Ai doubtlul and brokepf Bank B
.' &tt.(G .ill jimh, Be1,2fm Bton. igdaysbound td Jeeien. So fiegns, Eiilish. Silver, Na
W bi. e X ,and au n s of. or
I~" -' K," "Y" hich t ihe'estrote .-

reipeii ~to "IH _e1,Will be pr' ,..8.0..o i OK'AND JOB PR N.TB.A, IV ;. V ',--i'
wA t^"! -ies' the Comedy'af T L-Hwrd,^ lXi'mMdl ftB-V-^P^A ^ p^J&)~e*^gE^^^ ^i^ f ^-^ a J^g^ ^ :
en will eomiaedee Sir Solomme Cynie, Pbcid teritis, Ricldoy; 1.- Ir.TT a !B-, F B
foo pf e0ya. *. -
a ',kof and Muak's t U n a Ma daiffs, Mehrs, Ftzm. ;,: Ci. C The C o'lock. 7-o'coc- W06 iv

%dat 8 in the evin- To include with the Far.of thnUMB H _ILE NOTICE.--All good., J I ,7 to f -- l
adl Waltzing Class- --Vivian, Riehings, O 'Smirfi.Nifik^; fiiia, M[rs specie,, or y other kind. ..tlw^ u ,8i oomnm. "oua H OT.EL has been put in corn W RC R .* *M-gJ '. L--_ ""' ..*.. (' aW^
ay evening auutu. Richardson; Mary, Mrs Vernon. or pitt onboard the bom ate d| .: wA uo( w li J .,*.PI" repai-nw fbtaire, bedding, &c. &c.-- w -.*a ".* .O '..i'HI' ,-w' ^. ^-.. mt .^"J#^Jg^
.Xt',,. ,The Dancivg-. .. Doors open at 7 o'clo ca, poartorman^ commences'at rsk of the ownernof sueh gl.. frevigllt' bahiaS"6 .:- nl aow CK A^r lhx aPS0 ML by Maan t^ a^peCT. ^^
l~hrrad~nd1 I EENN.,Oc. 6 wllb prfrmdFr aaommhrrg~ day -v^torpaei.^ Bills6 iaodtwo r dway Q^tH~ BBiTWhshb~ ro&nuctle ^ "

correct, and proper upera el AMIlIE---enerat Count Yondoer Tiemer, ply to the eantain on board, foot of :de a~e,^ S;.u.in.. A. _._ 0 ........... ...... een of.New YorkandBdokl .,* n.-n^ ^^,;^ .'
desirous of learning Mr Segumi; Jose Speckbacker, Wilson; Amilie, Miss rto "GRINNELL,, 1NTURN Ca
ndauicidy, willal. Shin-eft; Lela, Mrs Henry Wallaek. o14 1- 13 Frn stet ity f irKom a L^ery-aatM^' "*"
I.,forth Wgssi^W I^rtT k.^ Mr% ^K ^^^ S^^ f
aiasat 3t^^ okGL: o Upsc Mad-itwhich Ms -pr )Phz;nol The DE W
se' n at^ ok'e tatai i int charcto^s dbatd^f& 5dl~ p aremk. heey:lnd E ^.a
e hat s 8 een c To conclude with the re a paof R hI Thea ol4- I-ERll OCa ustin t cew ouo
sand WalbtzingClss.-iian W iNDerh iddle, O Mr Brow; 'Sam, Msseie Way ~e ind _; M cmmoiou"ROThs-b....t i oo

pupi ngl anus. ha rs; oe My,Ro grs Ve r non. ftor. on. boa rd t P p,, L. Lineat N Ep & NU S fr m io d e J e in i, & c. &a. tTS
BUKEThe daBesWER THEATRE. oweso ofsucht A. wMo Iw s T e al yee
Doorsopenate7otclct vls oa FOR EVENING O 1 i e commenedoa br of 10 tons b eni w aFown- E ng Inicesf u t Sa s, OAdhR N otes
uw I ad preit 05 _9hu igu wh~pe~hin.i19Lsos na st baulso ntiful, onforeWen N.

W. 0o edition cha rge a 7jocoko xes ERNES Pit, 50eta.;RGall ry, 25 passae haINgO Lcorl arn Inqa forW 16 sg eesb eth s h ip wi Sle se se curtei pnto i ct C'ha t, thC o urnal otEnit~ryadte ed rodB ^^ ( ^SfBE ^
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NA I N I H A R 1 alo h ihof .--The packet sap B.,I _nysicnautI h ds igh Ao doferap tDa nd]. g..Pe '"
arPawyst e r Boaday Tyickets To aqeteadBo xe s 1-Upar e r V!,B., F. (Abardmuen 00tn, ) i i sa kind inQtwoh om ess !Wi4 taix faot t1tteri a-a soldomt ly Ior T, sCadelRSRNO., niv ed7n5' Besly p ..

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desirou Se f le arntsing MrhSe Clod'in; Jo e lla ; S e ck b ckr Wi lson ; A i eMiss or ^ t oR lGRI NELT & CHARTER' And gusetie ,-- uA pe ro, 1 &W are heeby atio a e hasn ,rz.uerk, t the cit Atto y, frm av ey Il a IJ
adoCich wil au l e eohreing a re, M irs H enry'lla J n M aonr, foo ofcferd ian,, atBost1n f rane s td. C.Wst rusin V.the ew o th a s stu Snt the -enlem nb oflf t- m .^.
Mr.O i. OF Pe EClKis tore&-, HORSE,7 5 t Pitdw y wh Gallere 25. pAa of the Ca 21 B d st or d o r eRind O
itvndambitiouses, ins kD-eptorsoenathadlfpastr Broand h e;r'Sam, MFRLIE' .-Nw ie.-- physcinU frout R 51 de1Janeiro snodebs hi th OFi nAer$o" e Yr 'r_.: ,,, ..

pupils. eea^reggycMo'Roge rL's.Toket olonthe O.-VThe eIgESPIpacketteine w b .p te atne ea an andt of eantilendX".. % M,
B URE.The D Y EVENING Oc ^ 5, e n d e-0tn burtewil PsP T IC Hoe. Fr freight HP R0tUn, FROM LSP.afas th andnn i Saes, e Pden rs, QNe.e >Tei,,, .... .oon fr
the kinn eess tota call M r. of, use S AN Dt 't.* tae JournCaE E n try, an d e e wi.i Ne wan "o-k th'nta-A,

iceseby Jamesh boo Prie oftoiMr.tschtolearquell, te pandroxe s fi-prst *C Iano master wlpNl asn abve hr egla N ". 123 East Broadway.caprovped ytem ous of W Lestons i 'or3 dAGA4 >ne tons 1*0Ln he m^ i
B oston e dI it i eot era eof B Ere s, M5L TR. S-a-Ranh be seare or pats ge ha ing or"- re gh aor as o t he aptn ll o nd f 9ge10b notiese botfit s i wige atse t endtheirt term s Po .r'.' 3 t 8 P M ages f Rl ? "
., Works inmo rels. fi, trh h ea tren S r andW atH n f Dave is, M -ba nrd, a t Orlea as ard a t fooets whafrf foot of Wall8tre ot. ll
PAIith er a blear^d, Ernee t seep Howard; Lumlei W.s aer soA arewhereby retanc e orom Wiest csa.g, e feAn= .e.ssn, G o Mr Brit oid, l tseFREtHTTEAS -CMWX'l, ,lh.^,J
Kt i i? houses. sic Store, 3& B oad wa y whe rea plano f the 4E B e ll. C ONLL / I Pel MI N B o., 1 ou th Fy s t. aN the y pgthoe rew of th e D an i o14 v f aip N tten Ety ele Ot Om eno of Fae

,~ ~ ~ ~ i keptoawa- Doon -r.s oen at u h alf pacrstsn the pe form F OReih orpasge apl -|r, tfN to ew Line. N Pr a ciiS, frm Riohe Janeiro, S als_ noOKKEEPbts -ofer theititfw pubic n n lof ewBork
c o m p r i ses ttoho es l e n par e Aic eyDatio, r so ck. Su t h e irac otorg, o r t C t i o n g w i l b eRm ,aiC ay t h e B a n ai n g Ho r c on s gh n C o l n s ae apt e da d waa l Ol eO I
on T. Packe on Pia o a oad nee s. o 12 1w wores in M ssBell.". .C .M h OURE A O t"-. .. '.o.,B

I URE.-Th-mn a ialfo eeber BOWERYat THAT E. ship FORRIC; NEn O A.S Th supero sines i1%A~^fl'^; this Commcnuial^ Vl*foI-tBill s ?cic^^
ig two v olum es Solf o TeEVENINGt.e inmen wll cr bpon presented the wif0 s0 e pdrto f he G arwill e aboveN or.freihmhip IUretOM existing e on bod the. "n "' .:arm Inv o7""-ic ... Sales,,e ,er Nmotes
B ost o re e di tion radfor S wis E RN EST.. .. ....... W eigl For reigh be ms ut e P qtual or stssage ape un de si8 g bi s nd- h ep i rmp of GLLeSP !Ee. Tth ir pe A Dev meet J ourn at r ,andve2,cle oWW I H u7" an

nde~an~by 7. ong Mr.Jons, TheTrupetofeoad~ortadmo ra n Cb~ilWO at Orlen onsoadatOreas whrffo beof W a s er as teistree.cllti onC ise iniiual am, aot in. c ag~es aloulao a r~.a .^i j
htet P ier ,Enestg, altraers;THow ard; LBlael;Ky anrrr, ha rfll; o W IStor12ip.Goo.,dsntpIermilsttleted in i edas, ilh e s enof thhouse un t mz so nsa R'et "eiaely !- '
tcomprOisetemns the woken-n Hall;Clou ic g e. vll rsSawy; OChptaic aylontaigei, E. K. CO LL R IN 0. 5 oRuChaR tR.-- duthe Pname ; of te. olr INnTWiqVEdEASon.ESSiNSed,) .

ion ofehis works Hin gM arell ,s el;KoanM. R osSt iekney. ,t sh i Oa pt nesp. C.o. NATION OF C ILLE NSDP. Iost c o isa. gve, a .
S two v olume s of wl AisI be Pia Nov. re R ready tN re how LOdD W A RDS 22d, 1839. a tegtb e
to he in wr2t-rDoom Grand aT6e.aPe fT o r BROan ZEs commen- at 7 T E E asp tHORSE aug a Bold, acw fr Gee, a* WFSPnda B 8*
rine sd in the Og 0oo ct s.; Pit,..7.;..... e..... Tmaee rgd i n ten days. Apl New o ,to ber ME ]89 eetioum a n be ghad --Uns* niy fortle ,, wi, Lag"
h nough thewprksentPi n D VOCAL A 1. L T U NTA" oil TRUST DANDS, BANKING CO ANY C 1 rd s. -out rsae hidMeted entirelyo m L m ,r e mA^e a.
tha thelual tDespt aondr O N C E R usT ell, atthe *ity E co teil i, Doni WS-1 O D L N E* h e citO L of.V G IL L E S P IE willett reittainces T ea and P rs its. 1 us
., a n sonet t l fn The3DAY Eo VENI G uctll Chope M ,ay8a c lol Pek.-MRO R ttpake t shipS C' H A t ER e and ,pae the MR. sOU N G, the P5tnsia trus nettutioih i sa1l
w he i i stersh Mou p e- 4. N oer rAnKd MaNN (p u riks. Poa n, Th lber ng, used at,,..,, ,.L r Bost rond ens py. ,_LEnow'el gn t e ctyle of W riti ng, or add ressed a.im
worave writs Dc o r s ope n- atm s Ots f.Pef Fanc thes pulomm 15at7 DaUNA.yearsa- wll i re her eir e W. C.iliWgu larda N o. 13ORTd Br adt ree TRUd and A t any Pe rso ns who Io, aco pa i by t hd e pupl, o en- 8 e of '

Fotrsrie he 4 n,-............ frue ightE~ corpper e sh pp, FL hEN E Captain n Bo ars- COM ANs B-nce -nIead ra h akn oueo rse ohscr. .* ffg.8. e ^ d ~l ^ ^ w
to the favor a e p res n be w illorake Song -irst J one ~es... ... i n Jonl hea C o p anArI uTNe s aro e taugh to w6 p erg t annum1,1t.T to r ~ N L E Mew are t u h ag. E ''^r
t ,itsh m o erase bho'clocvo. Boe 7o e t;n, then Baew le red y te O tfosti a of te a T fT ost n eional d fe r
dthoOgorheHpresntTRAND VOCALAA D INSTRU ENTAL O*IMIfchants Band0 Ct0.21gBroavis.tcontingwRomoranneghnvasficicentor se.:

threan therlp pearanndeher Mr. Gro, bat cefi redt, i n ellohi fi r egt OeD passket sip ly ELIN EPCaptS on L Waid, C.nt V wi G the SPIEONAllBc o f nti reAN, tN Be--eaBto e tlo have loen f atro m9 his M., ereladyrs. All
wiha suoengage the.D A EVENIa N G Aariatisa-Pianooholoe,.MR. -oto R elar okt s26 4whe y son Bes so b hsMIntnts, ad 7SWoalro8 M.o 3 p rvviotm toa w-, .s f

e ublih rs ore- Mr. cA rfEM Nbe, (puill ofpr meld at d th ale li qFoe.1 g^ nliacetsh bipg Ht t AMERIC, JonCapts N. 349Wal stee.- i Comat cni u sed ito Mny re BsAaditedwilcmyec.h is a o h tio 1o'fi ^ ^^ ^ ^
wrh ofi t con repetfll T iciets ^ ah, friorsal at~ the pao ubl icta DavdG Bailey, will sail frtabve hert regula days. NORa aTH AMaAne TRSuTnc bus N Ds BA NKN Mee foe Ptee ersnst h o knonwh n Mot howBE ton write attall, hav
to t e f raravo re re r IS.L ol 5 ForRfreight or pa ssage, ae C aptai onbrardeCrM PA N.e U x edi e s, to an p art of r la d itho e are S upwe- n te nd (
te n.as, i ts OF he ANDs. PsHEBrES o7 in A merica on 21 Baatst. le mo scu ty a deBpeditio S end on p t. 6 m ot 1 for. E-ht '.:nt -31Z
a bg e o n %hFOR HAVRc'ca ocketofthe 16th Och te maLe ssn wsb- be o ise (abo e the sTwee fr ee C o e Ait 10 foia
P.aw l owipgbl i nent tea ent :-M r a.R of-- Mr Jo esThe packet ship CAO opr in W W .re o na teR m EsI;a ndt rsTfroM e. a rcha, f8 founs not h wsard, bygrs Pv i l de w tY oFRT EA. --- i "*

*r.iec by Jaes Ai j aia fPri ot mrci o pnfre-SIlS Caan H. M Lt.f~ 64i Southert eBAKN CO MPANY hasenerdgntnarag cania fteCman,(2000 cmpletea.fw oPhladselpof L arad Rain g 2aoro3 ays tlgea tay ^"V'-^I H
nA n, Iporters, I. Duo--adame Ottoa nd Mr. Jones_.. Bellini a & Pel will sail o r gular day as abov-e any part of Ireland, or from London, may be made to give full satisfaction to every Pupil.m[ 9 caro o
161 Broadway. For freight or'assage, appl iraoard,y s eoot of Roe the principal cities in the United States. 2OOn-KENA ING A o si^. Bi
twhoesle U ntedo Stas, untain, hor! ---------------------Russell toret, orto C. BOLTON, & X&LIVINGSTON, Application to be xiade at the Banking House oran 88 Cedar at., near Broadway. Ser Impenal H^*, ?
o15 3. paind Induconeys ano F ortaC o- 09 22 Broads this Company, No. 47 Wall street, on and after the fr.d. C. MARSH, Account, at, hisfoa the publicety or p .
.T Grind i netromi ceerio P einr o o te e ho- e o9 O R NEW '20BrTedst re et first ofOtober next, fto the National Bahk of Ire- that his Ro ams continue open every evening& from 7 ht boe.ad s
FeyrO Nslandin Dublin, or at its Agency Office, No. 13 Old 9 o'clock, forthepurpose ofgiving instrueon at-l, .
Cotton Shirts and 4. Song--Mr. Russell, "1I1 Greentl.... Russell Jshi P. LEON, ot, master, having a Broad street, London, and al anyone of its 7"hirty-six
d, thickstronte, r 5. Solso fohibirin the Palnco, r. Gonfe KummeBES INf her cargoand ibrg n boar~dL, Bran ,chs inBIrel and. a'aTe ao e and Polractice orfche inoAmpg Iree land.m
inter wear; a credit 6. Grand Aria--Madame Otto, froR the will be desdatched soon. n- r yges abd mtoora s fidefSawS? am
receivedand foFr freigt am irt------i- its----e------p olsa ga8 4wis "For e Se. Ct or passashier.sireage, apply on Icessive eveningsA or at the conCy.nd iebeev thpupil ea. 'iH I^
aiden Lane, b n 7. Song--Mr. Jones, "The Trumpet of board, or to C."BA o r J&P l krl Ad1 SpoY n, d. Cas. as the instruction is individualant Doctinrclakm n t^ac og ^ T ".t _._S '
VAN ZANDT.iFame,..................... ...... Rossini 2 ._ ,8 A K Pi S h at. m AOIOOA, AuBANKyO2d,139. Instrcton is also gien during the day, from 91o2, soa, .. -- "" ".,.... '"'
Sby members of 8. Ai Varies, Piano Forte, Mr. Rake- l FOR NEW .LEANS-rLouisiana .apE NATONAL -BANd OF [R 1839.-and4to6.htf p t" the '-- ; ^BffI2 ^MB^
olT 'mann, The two Russian Airs, with In- T HE N B OF i n^ op en Pt with t at a sa me h t
Olinex of Nt s Ox trodutiog of Taerg at pew Y. R ork Rt ..ar Packet ,tor tared into arrangements with he NORTH AMER&- metho d ma ,bh.adatthe ROD=W.' ""
oonu ayth e d uci on .s... ....t naTong pha keth st C N du e tho may e hadr a t the Rooro -S :vs-t. ._,^ ^ ^ ??
piritu al D espotis in." P ART 11 M, at their iX. s ria e pnltur aket.. shipas A e N A. T R U S T A N D, B A N K IN G CO0M P A N Y i. 0 nS o L UI N G H N G I N S S T I T U TW Tl ii i ri I.. -'
I .MSISnSISr. CliSonen orap Ecco pre ious eezttr. a '- the ocity of New York, whereby remitttaces for anyFote dc no
1Sn- .R saFor freight or passage, hav handsome accommoda- piart ofIrelandor from London, may... madet, Fotanyo Yon ^ "i ",,
FORD & Co., 2. Grand Variations for he Flute, Mr. A. tions, apply on boardao ~af oto al ""- ... The City Office is at 28 _A=nat. G.o9 lwis p -10 emsstk
152 readt aymeGaidel p i Mim wharf the ,efobrated oTf t l one of the United States of America. And on the
Srie 1 puilrfeteclebatetou
152 .road ay.lou, in xluch he will introduce that street,,,,, o oE .C M- & CO. ... .. h St. other hand, mone ys ma y be sent b ag tn s a d U RH AM BOARDIN G SCH OO L," sitiat~ea if p g .id :
.. ..e yea" mastern-s fmostriple tonguing ....Cottigni .; v ,. .o ou t t ers nteUnited Slates, to any pbytak e sa',' DL/Durham. Greene Cout,,, New York_. h ir p m)l !m
Commisi oned Q. the ssfst adm ste x'OUNG, the Principal of this I Ijt m i ^,Wednesday. -- i -_.._

adtheMs ers mde"3 Song--Mr. Russll*., 'Th Manisc .. use ll.votergn Monuay reLUS. aHAWLS &JMBR IDERE eMAn- Lhe saf~esad most exedtiosmnerX S ^ M th e ....a j c,, ,,a ,1A .O ...... *
t ates, M e- 4. Nottumo and Two Mazurkas, Piftko ing. .o1 o,4 most reasonable terms. now i n the city, and may be Seen or addressed'at o. .. %a'<< .
....ns, school asast ,eorte, F.RRke ann .... ..... ..SF.Cho in" oFsaCilR ]AppliS.c.--iosa ltApp icetonatebetode theth NN atonon Bank ofane- 20fWaIrresteettiWllktefrN o em beew h n he will"Iet ofro N ov-em-eer,, when,- he 'wi
Roya Marie s &". 5. Song--Madame Otto, My Father- Il5t hinst.-T'he superior fast sailing land, No. 13 Old Broad street, London, and at any of leave for the.School, accompanied by the pupils en- ,, ,a. _'tmcs.qaleOCi'
igt he- service; the .. .. .... .. .. .. .. 1lure coppered ship F. N CEI Captain Bars- its Branches in Ireland; or at the Banking House of trusted to his care. .. .- ,. o mzw '-.
w;, their.presentem 6. Favorite Song--Mr. Jones ............ Jones tow., having more than llk r Cargo engaged, will the North American Trust and Banking Company, Terms, from 8120 to $160 per annum.._ t. ''.
gusbito,,s e wh, o :, 7. Favorite So -" The Brave Old Oak," pstively sail on the abovel ,full Or not full. For No. 47 Wall street, New York. The" most unquestionable cit-y referaene will be ie "l. t
nors, and the inn Mr R nf by particular desire-..... Russell fright or passage, applyt c. aptaip on..board, at By order of the Court of Direm,to=, en, to gentlemen who. have long patronized his lr
been engaged, to-8. Brilliant Variations--Piano Forte, Mr. foot of Roosevel~t sretyor to ]. s26 4w F. B. SMITH, Secretarv" tenool, o143t.. r-ed -zo -" -m--._. : -.,, "
pt and 'at eth er pag.. .- Rakemnan, upon the famous Duo Suoni -.9.8 C. BARSTO& POPE', 98 Pnest. HE NEPTUNEI. NS11RANCE COMPA`NY il KIMBERTON BOARDING SCHOOL.C! t r ,a' :' '
it ad P ce r-" laTromba inTrepida, in the Puritan/i,...." Herz p',rN FOR S'r. JO S? N. B.--Tho new JT OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, basement, 4 whe" "ew '" .. ..('e'a"
... .eain o h Mr. Scharfenberg, will preside at the PtsoqForte. l British brig CITX YORK, John Hains, No. 34 Wall street.-This Company continuing to only) are adrfftted. will commence the first clay of theA ofloc -- -- r I't p
old Co mndr re- Ili' Tickets $1 each, for sale at the various Music J a master, will sail for t above prt in 15 days. transact Marine Insurance business as heretofore. it eleventh month. EMMOR KIMBER, fOll
We by Stores and H-otels. o15 2t For freight orpyassageap appears expedient for the satisfaction of toew o ueitn A I'" f
N o. 20o c3roadw ay, AO. F WM LAN HE E .- 7C .2 ra t 9h mnh 5. 8
m. ,-,.-. TANORMAS F I~MA AD THBE o7DAV IS, BfRO tiaC. 1 radstlook to security, and depend upon prompt payment for hmnh 5h 89: HnhAM:
. .. .. JExhane MR. CATHERWOOD respectfully informs the FO"n. 'R HAVRE. faketof the.16th Oct. the liquidation of claims in case of loss, to make pub- M? itKmberton issituated in P hesater Co, Pelma- enita -"
4 rawy e public that the magnfiet Panorama of IAXA, the The packet shi'p "tUiS" PH Li pP liehefollowi ngaiStatemaenot: .. sylv..ma,28 miles north west from Ph,]adelphi,asad '~n ='
Engand..otlnd capital of Peru, in South Americ9, is now open for ex- ,j Captain J. Canokwill sail on her regi there remainsnotwithst-a:--dip-ng'( t tefm the unrcdnePm- ol3S & hiaepa dRainearo flo e ,
-- .. hibition at the new Rotunda, comer of Prince and ,ar ,day unaeceae*a m
reclrcs rawy p ieNbosGre, bardatythe foote fCo re m or pass age p n ol3S & h,
wards to, Wt. Me or., to -r--- rine disasters of the past year,,mpre than $M000 en-" ANCING AND WALTZING ACADEM .-inTe fl_'
th k .-ed S ats' This Panorama i& one of the most beautiful ever C .. BOLTON ,-,, I M LIN h =.. ~t~ u ,VINGTOt- N~ _, tirety unimpaired, exclusive of A claim'smade, or an-r_ ...v. .. ....D Madamie FicnRsRO takes pleasure to inform her c ksT =] .ta ..-
.p ainted, and conveys to the spectator most exact s30 .. 22.Broad a tie t ed. for lomssesaverages,'returnpremium s,orpre- friends and patrons.that her saloon &amdhousedes "ry g~ % .
ad ak Bl, and idea of tropical, scen~eD',It embraces the whole ex- F R NE 0 I. S-T e at a, hi. tn T ivstdimiumsr ftorrW rei.nsurmaoncse.e db .ed i Jn lata ntrbyemitwtho~i. OS s,
JtlYpgcaed[""o h" tent of the city, With ie;fthhradC eral, all 1t4e90w. .... ...y C.rp'"
ISheprncpaurchnasedu hsonnHsptasthehein coppperedX -1O4 .AW -,Captain ration Stocks, in "uns, on b~d and mortnie, on in- ef#16. povmet an1cnvr-en sfo.hr --@-1 -:.Ll~tl :
3i b. rln l nnv n q(VA 1oo n ns painteawndh a new detgh5 by the- ai .. ..9 0..W K




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carton ofoverhmenhs, eru "tsanu. avenaL o. tramzuro. ,no
State Governmen, o14 3t J. WHITEHORNESeoretary N. A.D. wade.n s of .rich ubh and S iawls, lined and I couesent state I oeentry,cwil be able to cure thoq ],S^0it?,^,!^^
merchants and others A. wadded. Asmb Iba sines* tr more I e s 0! t -diseases which have baffled the skill of the most em
recent i-oroymS 'PA, A pP-eLLO GALLERY, 410 Broadway.M-The fali tillers of the Pagfashibe ror sale at ford. JOH URD, President, nent pyseia.M M oM osiively pledsh c omrising ly rare
abu......roge Aught .Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, the works o7 FOUNTAINI,%hy Store, 231 Broadway TI KA&A MERRt, Astsnt. tocure le aldiseesicident t e h Lbrsfot i".
fal, and at no other of modem artists, will be opened on Wednesday even- a.ANTON G E c h ... B. CHARLBSEJ. JOHNSON, Secretary. 0"o3 law6wis ie, an
[al ada n ter.0ANTONIAN GJAlLv--1 ['cases, 'h 6 ", H'a-" raend more especially the following :--rheuma whhwilbfod ,. ..._
ing, the 16th instant, -and remain open until the third %.J vana Preserves, P~td; Breanady Flauits, do; MUJTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY, tism of however long standing, tic doloreux, gout coi] Nplo r W. _r M
ty person not resident Monday in December, when it will close with the Sardines; Olives aes lraschino; Bordeaux Cor- ,. wu,. .x. traction, palsey, or paralyzed limbs, decline, consump
Ly e desirous of nur- Annual Meeting of the Apol Association, and the dials, assorted; B.ord'ear~ux .Id Marseilles Almonds; No ,T x 44 Wal stree, N"e."Yor-. '. ,,ton, humors, scrofula, salt rheam, kings evil, canek st, eq afIdia l
or States, can have Paintingq purchased will be distributed to the mem. Bunch Raisins, for sale byC PaiP :'(& MARINE, INLAND NAVIGATION, & FIRE .inngworms, catarrh, scald head, dyspepsia, debility, Cem i ,a^& anv S^ ? %
FELT & CO. Sta- bers. o14 GRACI4 & CO. 20 Broad st. INSURANCE.-The Mutual Safety Insurance Corn- spinal affections, nervous symptoms, white sweUling, Rome, f ; ,. 'a l, J
d or.rvol.rgi Of OCOTCH ALE-Ten t's celebrated Ale, in pany, chartered by the Legislature of t hi#.State, sub- ^mrwa ness^ ^^^ |. l .^s].
t" whieh have been Miller for Sir William Drummond Steward, will. re-V. quart andT, pt the/'o[[owingstatement in relation to the Institu ndfaeea ness ests o rfangi nr y .3 .. _.
ngth given to books main in the gallery for a few nights only. o15 2tis REYBURN VANDERVOORT,1 O s advantages .used, .Any femaleNlaboringeunder various weaknesses ki d...otoprfS^I.SS'.
aent of Mr. Torrey TF RENCH CHINA.-The subscribers having deter- .,T, O, IN,-,, .... E SE .. u.a... "o The premiums charged, terms of credit, conditions Way consult Mrs. Mottwith perfect confidence, and _tCpesAnmo.thB]e ;
g is submitted: mined to undertake this branch of business, ix .,OTCH COP- ING rESSES-A quantity of ..ina. ce and aeeral mode of tra-a-ti-- bu'-n-ss the greatest secrecy will be observed. Hours for see. Wo eels;JotoSa s d !^-
trngth of J Torrey's consequence of the great demand for China, and the S these superior PreaaseJust arrived =51 for sale of insurance and *neral mode of transacting"'busi ness, ig patint fro 9 A.M. until 6 P.M. atheryesidenceDk fBelh'- ST ~ J S
mmon binding, made very limited assortment in the market, would invite by the subscribers, are precisely similar to those of the most approved of- 119 Spring street, west aide of Broadway. Aerll letters cooa vovBu c s a n.
the attention of the public to a large invoice of 94 T. & C. WOOD, 18 Wall st. fices in this city. from the country (post paid) promptly attended to..- get i nt bound book, 12mo., FRENCH CHINA, which they will THIS DAY QPERM CANDLES-}00 boxes assorted sizes The net profits of the company, (consisting of the Medicines forwarded to all parts of the United
Yards at the middle. OPEN, and offer at extremely LOW PRICES. It .1for sale by GRINNELL, MINTURN1& CO'. t premms on all the risks terminated during the previ- s. OTESos chlde ap2e tod is ela.nd' 2 istory of r d en ,^
1 1 co Insisto of- lnow o15 134 Front 'st. prmim on all th risk temnae duin th revi- MOTHERS-'Whose children are trouble iad HsoyfIelnlvh;'A f -So
same cimumstances, Plain white Dining, Desert and Tea Services, of tOie QALT PETRE-600 bas Crude Salt Petre, for ous twelve months, less the losses and expenses of the .X with weakness of the urinary passages, can be Rapin's History of Eagle4, 5 vo i^E -
middle, 41 pounds first choice. w sale by GRINNEL MINTURN & CO. same period,) will be divided annually among those cured by Mrs. MOTT, who has loug msde the disease Works, 6 veb; Guthries' Hisy of th WS% 1
o, do. at each end reen and Gold Bordered, with cly painted Bou- 015 134 Front st who hae paid said premiums, and in proportion to the a particular branch of her study. ap22 iseodtf l, ca The Works of th L mt'
tarofhflowerssin theocntrc ; Dining. Desert.an
o.fl r inches from the Teentrervinisgvesefine. a LUGAR-1300 bags Cochin China Sugar, landing several amounts paid by each. The dividends will be D ROPSY! DROPSY !-Persons laboring under
Turquoise and Gold Bordered do do do. 0 and for sale bv made in scrip certificates, bearing such interest as MI S 1i di s can he positively cured '' 'f
ewed near the end, 51 Buff and Gold Bordered do do do. 010 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st. shall anse from the investment of the net profits in withotbeingWtappedap seodf DR .ONE. Femaer
Also, Plain Gold Band, and Figured Gilt Tea China, TTNCURRENT MONEY of all kinds, bought and bonds DOandUrtges, and public stocks. wt toutbig h.tapped. ap22iseodOF T% 3S. 5,
n the middle, 2J pds. comprising the best assortment of goods in this line in U sold on the best tennrfby SYLVESTER.& CO. bnds and mortgages, and public stocksDOLOREUX-Po vely cured without
the board, 65 pounds. the city. BROWER & RUSHER, o5 156 Braoaway, near Maiden lane. The premiums accruing upon risks taken since the use of the lancet, however long standing, by MrN HE POUDRETTf OOMPASj
circumstances 10 do. House Furnishin Store, 149 Broadway, TnTOE sent to anytpao of England, I nr issue of the first policy on the rath of December, 1838, MOTT, t he celebrated Female Physician. See ad- JL remove the contents of Sl ]a or ? x i ft
u~9* e on oll d3tis comer of Liberty St. M s rmertisemdneotft.~h ^ ^ hs^
pou gl ecinss, el0o1t1 oero ibry Mt .V Scotland, in lar~gf d'all sums, to suit the con- amount, at the present time., to, more than on U4" Fseseet uI ,it, ...,H..;a medla ane!bsl. wthanspeos o2isnaeteottd mtmm :
SiT^A e^ TUST PUBLI ~~~SHE. Ivester's New Reporter, venience of tho se ii > remit to their friends. DRD AND roRTY THOUSAND dollars, (440.00) from T 1 1 'FIS-6 l "g, e edn ^
chd fromsthein end, 2 J pamphlet form-Cofitiihing a full and accurate Those persons living ia tl1?<0onTry,r an inclosei their th Rw D AN is To dollat th) from.m o. this d' rsn dycaen ed rtet s.i n^"...ot
do. do. 7 pod, list of all the Banking Institutions in the United States bank bills, and forward t-t t-roufh the post, with which, it is to be presumed, that the premiums of MOTT, the lebnted Fn'alw Physician. ot
do. do. 7J pounds. hthe pricesin the city-ofall counterfeit and altered full directions to the sah ers, A6' will pay every each year will not only pay all the losses and expenses apQ21seodtf ,, ^m^i{
ledHinsdoulessectionewitf, e,.nd" -remi
Notes-Prices Current, rate of Exchange, prices of attention to the same, and w- remit without delay, ac. of that year, but-will enable the ,company to divide a A STHMA AND PHTHISIC.-Persons troubled inwrninfat --^--tor" -
ed in the middle, 11 Geld and Silver, &c. cordingto instructions. 0lfLVESTER & CO. u'plu A with these distressing diseases can meet withal- Hall orattSf8^ ^E -%t%&3^
Ned ine middle, 1 The terms are $3 per annum, in advance; single co o5 156 Broad**y, below Maiden Lane. surplus g the insured most intsant relief and speedy cure by applying
pe'iceteah Pesnpucaigoe12'IThe charter expressly provides that the insured MrMOTthceertdemlPhb,' _- ..7 .. 7 a m,
mpuds si cents each. Persons purchsin over 12 "I/][ARASCHINO-In coos of one dozen or other-M e rssyond the s.MTTthe celebrated Female Physician
)unds, copies will be allowed fiftyper cent. discount. Applyacannotmnt ........ n-.- -case .cur a y amounorntereoe-t. oi.'fdtf frot^t] ^
M JLwise, for sale by .advertisesmerntu.s
Paen mpoemnti t YLVEsTE.R & CO., s reius.aP22 ssot I fTrs ikl ~ f .o ona~ od ie
Patent Imprvemet in t ob11 R. H. A'VELL, 381 Broadway. iREMALE BEAUTY.-The greatest disfiguremen -,.. *-.. -'tn",^-S
.Editors, Proprietors, and Publishers of Sylvester's NURN O o l id ucae TRUSTEES F ofml euyi uefuu ar l es
S. c pr eRpr l rS TTNCuRRENT MOl r of all kinds purchased Zebedee Cook, Junr. Moses Taylor to female beauty is superfluous hair. All persons PI EAG vMO~NTAI.OA^, ^ S?^ .
11,9s., Clr te o2 Now Reporter, 156 Broadway. Zbee Co, touleuwtntisdifiMosntes Taiypsiivlofrs fo
U. Esq., Clerk of the U at the lowest rates,g .-J. SYLVESTER'S, Guhan C. Verplanck Charles Sagory roubledwith this disfigurement can ve it positive o
the United States: :EGALIA SEGARS.-Just received, per the Nor- 0130 dway and 22 Wallt. Robert B. Mintu William HAspinwal reoeT without injury to the skin, and willonlyde: S e mar t"
improvement in Book- R ma from Havana, a few thousand Regalia Segars, o5 13 Lw a W otein ther nom five to ten minutes, by Mrs. MOT
Sga for books of the most exquisite tobacco, and made in the most B lUR SEAL SKINStan dressed Wifm Cvlap t tn market ci. e pio i t
ll matches andl SKNS lpesset p r T.W Egsot Jo-na rpe the celebrated Female Physiciu. T he applications li
['r llreorsparticular manner, .. ..for sale by .. .. .. ..... in......... to Suitt,, pur ri applied by herself, at bet residence, 119 Spring stri. L &R I

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f RS IT .' .3. Q .E.--Pulic notice is
& Vmfti th..> a nasnt for building
se.-seeliu the d aven MRU 0 10th to 22d street; in
"" X -'ith strqt, romn 2d avenue to the Bulkhead, and in
.' g .=th rt(6e, frojBwd to 3d avenues, in completed and
' '- H"[ "i the Street Cemmissioner's Office for exami-
.. tft by' aXpersons intere te
Andmotiee is hereby furthwrven, that if any per.
7, so" ia tpr dbject tq~heAW rrA. of the above
named-ta, tse,.at r ded to'resent the
same the 24fh day
EV401 Commissioner.
t. P enr'sO1.0PO. 12, 1839. ol5
1.LIVYIOOL.-An goods by her not permitted
in five'day4 will hare to go to the public store. Permits
may be sea Ob board at the foot of Maiden lasle, or to
6. .6 ; R. KERMIT,.74 South st.
E'~OL-Coapee y hs hpwill please
WWn their permaits on board at the fot feckman st,,
-k a ll~oodi a4t permtted in five Iay will uZAVoal
bae me; to the public store. 015,
S .J. RICHARDS, Auctioneer.
TOMORROW AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, at the
*mmnaof the udorsignad, alarge and beautiful collec-
r tion of Now English Books, many of whicoare richly
i.i1straed. Bk BP.0-ICAHIARDS & PLATT,
0 o15. '1 "96 Broadway.
rRh J. B AADS, Auct
,tLD ENGLISH BOOKS-At aucton Friday
afi:;,. at half-it 4 o'clock, at the store No. 190
Broa Catas of the extensive sale of very
ra. and ial k workx in, history, Divinit, A rchi-
teeta'1e, e Art,/ &c. are now ready, and the books
alre irm od Jor smiuation.
HE PtwjrAte and Dirctors give notice that a
Dividend of Four per cent. for the current six months
hLs been declared, payable to the stockholders on and
fter b-" t November. _
j, Bv orer of the Directors,
o1A tea A..P. HALSEY, Cashier.
XIN4.73 .6ope"m Wines of every description
..' -,' ina -.and glah. Madeira, a g'eatariety of
tXubsae's awn importation in dmijo nn ; 21
1815lft v K and Goldmbottle -ad demijohns.
Port Wiro of VVy superior quahy, iu bottles, also in
+., demiioa. LPT-eriffe Sie Madeirs, Canery and
i" Chbi* wi 6asim kinda, Hock, Burgundy, White,
Hermitae, Clarets of every discription, Sauteme,
A WPc.fetsby R.H. ATWELL.
9 0 381 B;#adway, comer of.White st.
IN Dfro--10 prie MWilhf or safe by
.... o15 .55 South st.
HTrlDB-;S.,d,0t Bng dried Hides,tor sate by
ol0 55 South street.
r-,,.*ui aVISat-9lbales Sheepn Skins, for sale by




Stationers' Hall,/Ne
H AVE purchased TORREY
establishment having stood perf
its cheapness, elegance, superior
manufacture, for a long course of
to maintain the same pcre-eminenc
The great difficulty of securing I
of binding, the large books require
as in mercantile establishments,
complaints; these causes are now
Mr. Torrey'4 Patent.
His improvements have been s
the principal Presidents and C
Banking Houses in the Uaited 9
highly approved.
All orders from the General and
Banks, Insurance Companies, M
will hereafter be finished after the
which now, for the first time, is
into actual use at Stationers' H
place in the city.
Stationers, Book-binders, oian
of the city of New York, who mal
chasing patent rights for cities
them by application to DAVID
tioners' Ha1, New York, sole pr
Patent Improvement in Book-bin
Among the many experiment
made to test the increased stre
bound after the recent improved
over the olh method, the following
Experiments on the relative st
patent Book-binding, and the con
in presence of Jacob Derr.
1. Four inside leaves of a patei
being attached by clamps to steel
resisted 21 pounds,
2, Common binding, under the
sewed in double sections in the i
3. Common binding, do. do. d
4. Patent binding, do. do. do
end, 10J pounds.
5. Common binding, do. do. se
6. Do. do. do. sewed ii
7. Patent No. 1, at the end of
B*, 8. Common, under the same c
9. Patent No. 2, do. do. 164 p
10. Four leaves common, se%
attached to the steelyards, 1 ii
11. Four leaves patent, do. do.
'12. Four leaves common, sew4
near each end, 3 pounds 6 ounce
13. Four leaves common, seA
14, Common at the joint, 24 po
Recommendations of Torrey's 1A
From Mathew St. Clair Clark
House of Representatives of
I have examined Mr. Torrey's
binding, and am convinced of its
nf r.avmrnnn Use. and pernapiallY fi


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ID ii VOLZ,o. 3B AVERPO P KETS. JOBOKEJFhRJ Bn A A FOR SALE-An excellent fu of abot 40 HE MUSEUM
ewi York and L'er, -hav- a ed for street at Ie Stea HOBOKEN NN. acres, and genteel residence, at Eat Neck in the SCIENCA
3Q p=4,oftheff-k .r brd,.-... j iM ,,M^ Tf-- olu -'-l-- aJ. ^,Pt2wgeill plycon- ST EA.M-aHH l".B ga IJEEN" Jt.|ttow of HuntingVn, cngonTlan, Ta1t- by, E.LITITELL <
all^y Je, 5aelay street 3l6 s ier, ly stuated, directly upori the water, in toe ueij~9r. ,4elykia, at Six Dl
... if .i Te ropritoftsio sev eral v al .s oPF4ckets be- !nd Ho broken. The NEWARKFdT.llWiytVe.Ca.al U Linuah* .&Aar Cb., Comman.. h oh.- of .good Schools, Physicinand Chui of Distat subscribers
ftp.Qnin .'--a vl sa twt, N ew York and liVerp hel,"" dae a s nAged for greet at the oim of each B i ..: so t6e o enomattns Agood dwelliag hoaB, bias on account.
'-m, r- ....o; .., their sailm fm eab port on V tst 7W 1 i,19th, hour_ Bot Hohken ervey intj-oetfie quarter, during -^.t^f rof le yearfrom m1 ont building ; a very good lamliag for minute, With the year 18S
., *eW M UK and 25th of every moth; the ships to suedeed eah theday. .rt on the let e. Fine Orchards in bearnag, and a garden containing a New Series, ompi
'ZTfrd R mx Of. otu.jin teJ feiowrin.aden vi '- n".* .u The FAIRY QUEEN will leave Christophekeet c'.ber, and fm London n veryhoie collection ofroes and other shrubbery. at Two Dollars a v<
se00 "i ateH Maseies Oil, fz.t^. at the co.ienoeimento..f.Ba.iour and half houwi a ,d S .^ j a'and Portsmouth 1st No- The furniture, crops, and farming tools may be had if andahalf, bound.
.3 Hite. Mw lBmQ S O OMXI @cLO : Hoboken every intermediate quarter during the day. iwnober. For freight and applied for immediately, togeherwith the stock,which weareno oger al
10o51" S _, .GS!Jw ew "< ^^^ .A boat ru-from Barclaystreet until10 o'clock, :P. ^ B passe, appl to.bo : embraces, some ,ne cows, sheep, and-a great va1ety ol se -ef the Ohc
M.b~wb-S^BiBj jy2 WJ MITH, very choice poultry. Communication with the city CONTyNTSoI
XMdder, aNEWYORK, NEWARK, No. 4 Jones'Lane, rear 103 Front st, ticeiadaybytheL.I.Railroadorbysteamboat via lIuke oWelin
fTrtar VLLE, AND AC -, A s Brit. and Am. Steam Ship Co., Cold Spring, burgh Review.
...... m ... .. r- r BELLVILLE,AND A-. ......
AQUACXANONK-On and No second class passengers taken. There is fine fishing and genuine sporting in the vi- 2 Voyages of Capt
.. l&- Geen. ", PAS -SAIC, s'Z Sfter Sept 1st, the Steamboat No goods will be received on board without an order cinity, with very greatfacilitiesforboating andsailing, 3 Aison's French
....'" 4 esTartaft.. Arit= ''= *a'. PASSAIOwi .ru between NeYork and Newark, from the agent. rendering the place very attractive to a gentleman far-. zinc.
S.,60W" a -TiB. 4.-. a a = a in connection with the steamer OLIVE BRANCH, An cxpenrien6ed surgeon is attached to the ship, mer. ... 4 Anglo Saxon Lit
Also,-4S*Cfk~iiM. o 08. ~- 0---'. ~ at Newark, which boat will be in readiness on the ar- Plans of the cabins "may be seen at the office of the A apply for further uinfornition to JAMES H. TI- 5 History of Port I
Rloj"Nbf ARiUYVALS-Cas. rival of the kassaie, to carry passengers and freight t agents. tosl Seq., No. 13 Pine street, or to THOMAS 6 French Manufac
ii--, a. at variety .... -, BellviUe and Auackanonk and eave as follows, OLD LINE OF. LIIVERPOOL PACdETS. W. TUCKER, Esq., No. 5 Broad street, or to the 7 Norman ConqueJ
.,- b ,ip t ve a uavizt TreoOLDsubscriber ont N. 8 Literary Fbe
w o.. b .`.t : NzW K. NEWARK. s25 f BLOODGOD. Magazine.
aWekgrnd Prints Foot of Barclay st. Centre Wharf. FOR SALE LOW-The superior 3 tory 9 Macgilvray' B
j. -. .. 'l M 7oclock, hee..-.House a -..Fifth Avenue, men
SI aiy do. d d 10 o'clock, A o'clock, AM. The Old Linef kets for Liverpool will hereaf- HouseandLotNo-FfthAvenue, be the o M^ ^ f
oO Blhtdg.. o h h' m .- 1o.-'cl c k.-A. .... ,,. ....,. .... l ter be despatchea fefolowm4mg order, excepting that n house atoveh street. The N.t h is2 x Coper' Am i
..i... WM-O wr ktd] Z .:0,- ta-- -_ On Sunday the PASSAI wil leave- when the sailing tUs on Sunday, the ship will sail 100. The house 25 x 50, with an additionaluug b2 M-shal M.
-~ -...-Pi al ,. -S, -i-u- -"- L3 91 o'clock, A. M. on the suceed ,viz: for bathing room and water closets. The ceilings are 13 Marsa aro
q -, Z46" P.M. 2 P. M. rm-k.4Lomeoat
,. i.,i.LIK, ,_DMa Btth Lt., ,,, i* .. --o^ 4 P. M. ." From New York.. "- From Lrpoo very high. The parlor mantels are of statuary marble, }i Trrie^l, R
F 'sL*11 rmLiverp l.very Irelnd,.ndia
Fk1iu ~reto Newark,181 cent' toBelNii
~~sto Belvile, 25t ov.19 Jan. 7wtBri rn s ossincnb
)o- .alBz? skt*u uj'ns = =2" = = ? = 3.t Fareto Neewarok, t8i cents; Belvie, 25; tov19) (Jan 7 withdBerlin iron grates, Possession can be had1im- Co l.^'10 -^
Do aadSmrjC kMuslins t1O -4- -- S -. -Acquackanonk, 31i cents. Mar. 19 The NE YORK (new)--950 May 7 meat. The Cw of the Ascensn, (D EastT 7 oua'sma
-'. -:- '. ?^iteaKbih' [bi "-." ', >* So All kinds of freight taken on reasonable terms. July 19 I to~naWm. C Barstow. t Sept 7"bum s,) isto:.ereoted oi' the adjolning lots, and will .... .....vna?
to m. C.Barproperty. 74p
^^ n^.iasI Wand Silk 8w^' S ;;^^===^r;' .( au28 Dec 1) Jn, 19 adto *0ato i thpret. plo10eorsfDr
~... *. _^ -wadL= all,./t .aS -- -, < NE2W YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD, April 1 The CABRIDGE-850- tons- May19 J. GU9EEN,1RSON 9 h
0 lm 0 Z 0 D k n r tl 1 Ira Bursley. Sept.19 au8 27 Merchants'Exchange Expionupt
do -- Arl -9 h NR AER Dec. 19) Feb. 7 J FOR SALE-That valuable property on tThe-- Service Journa
.. S^K.- A *, .... .do ao -P -, ..... ^ %*W^ ^ ^ Aprlll9 The .NORTH AMERICA--610 ... June 7 iJ comer of Pierrepent and Hicks street, Brook- 2l L'trInte^~ iS^
-AW-f.t-t b o to 1-- b do _oAug. 19 ton--W. E. Hoxie. (Oct. 7 ilyn, late the resdeaee of Samuel Be d Esq. S '.72&
5JW,9hdf,- t5,,1-dn "o j .en Shawls.and-- -- SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Aug.19ced E. _.ld Y q 22 Steuart s Tyaveh
]B 'ttdCt otroed henie Shawls. and o Jan. 1 Feb. 19 dcee Nke.
... o .- ,.. .. '. *q > ^ ^On and after the 17th day of June, the cars will deasd 23 Nicholas N1ce
r.. S h a= wls ..... .e leave the City Hall, walker street, and Harlem, at 6 May TheEUROPE- 6tons-E.G. June l9 The ground 7 feet wdth, front and rear, 24 Jack Sheppard
new patterns o'clock, 7, 8, 81, 9, 9 0, 11, and 12, A. M., and Sept. i .Marshall. Oct. 19 (bounded by a street on the rear of 20 feet,) by 140 25 Gratitude, anri
S. -o'clock, P. M.,and then every half hour, till 8 o'clock Jan. 19 eet ndeth The house is 50 feet square with pan- e.
<. L 5-"- to W CITY HALL AND FIFTEENTH ST. LINE.T May 19 The OXORD--800 tons-J. July 7 tries, bathing room and water closets, attached on the Subcriptions rece
S arie le Goos fo = = = The Cars will leave the City Hall and Fifteenth 19 athbone Nov 7 rear, and is finished with plate glass, and plated fur LLS, 108 Broad
"4__wittS .,w a. eosro street every ten minutes, from 7 o'clock, A: M., till 8 Feb. 1 M a_._ lr. 1 niture trimmings, furnace, speaking tubes, Berlin Philadelphia.
by stree & C o- evr te i ,.t 'lsc from 7cocM, June ,1 The COLUMBLS-663 tons- July 19 grates, and othermode improvements, being equal .I
SC,. oo Oct. I T....Cropper. Nov. 19 to any of the recently but houses of its size n New
St10Willaamt..aupstairs. bl coin- The following are the rates of fare: Feb. 19 April 7 York, and is in complete orde-with a large brick ta
S SS & CO. 33 ine street, oe~ handed, wit elegant accommodations for passengers. o i om City Hall. From Harlem. June 19 The SOTH AMERICA-616 Aug. 7 bland coach house the rear of the lots. Terms American Bookseeom City Hall. From Harlem.
a l Bof 1 1 9oww fresh im British Dr The price of passage from New Yorkto Livert o ol, is o Fifteen h at, cts. oYA le, s Oct 19 ,to-D. G. Bailey. Dec. 7 made favorable, and sessionn immediately, have received per th
1. .... ported fixed at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at 35 Yorkville, 18c* ts. Fifteenthst. 18t. Mar 1 -. April Inuireof rBcmero sandHen English Annualsfo
;t guineas, including wines, stores and bedding. Neither Fortysecondst. 2cts. Forty secondstX.lcts. July 1 .The ENGLAND-730 tons-B. Aug. 19 streets ,U""kyn JN HC NELL, sale: wi
rwa f>y do the captam or owners will be responsible for any let- d'areon2Sunween City Hall and Forts' Nov. 1 L. Waite. Dec. 19 Esq., Cashier of the Mechanic's Banking Associ Fisher's Drawing
.)"e[i ~. mdl Saxony Cloth ters, parcels or packages, unless regular bills o aing ,..e t s ns The ships are not surpassed in point of elegance or New York. je27 Sf ilustrations by L.l
ifa. "d auorted colors, various qua- are signed therefore. cn t a n trmce comfort in thei cabin accormnodations, or in their', splendid savings,
-- lie Agents for the ships Oxford, North America, Eu- ie7 J. S. WHIGAM, Superintendant. fast sailing qualities, by any vessels in the trade KIP ESTATE, BROADWAY.-The sub. Constantople a
_lBshb&.b~ lase olor .rope, Cq)umbu., South America, England, Orpheus, NEW JERSEY RAILROAD & TRANSP(.R- The commanders are well known as men of char- s nirfo i t t n urca oom sat
., Ftna uu^Ni and Cambridge. TATION COMPANY. acter and experience; and the strictest attention will --l, "1,^01,1.... .. ..... "" drawings from natu
do C.H. SALL 64 TATI"acerc s"t ed1 by Broadway and M~ercer street, Wasngton andL hi~to"cab account o
Sand-glue do GQODfUE &CO. or 64South st, N.Y. Newark, Elizabethtow, Rahway and New Brunswick. always be pail to promote the comfort and conveni Waverley plac s; bn h moat slen sio o t lacunt b
a il'ra 4'B11to $M uda C.H.MA.RSHALL, 0 ence of passengers. Punctuality aas. gards the days ... '.. ....-- -.. .. ofthe plates bY Rey
i;*4 ,a.a4 BARING, BROTHERS & CO. Liverpool. ence W SHS ofpsaiinwPllrntouervedat ashereSo th vate dwellings or for a church, the city. The ground ies, with 50beautif
." of sailing, will be observed, as hereto fre. is on the most elevated part of Broadway, and Ju v
a u superfine Ag ts for ships Westchester, Virginian, Sheffield, F WFyi The price of passage*outwards, is now fixed at $100, rounded by valuale, imros Wmen of
64, ultack. and tpsorted colors and United States. for which amile stores of every description will be
..^. ,- -WW R.w so a o dtROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st., N. Y. NEW BRUNSWICKTRAINS. provided, wit the exception of wine and liquors, It will be o in Friendships Offe
^ ':" ;T. & 1 SANDS & CO. Liverpool. (From foot of Liberty street, New Yoik.) Ls will be furnied byte stew s i reu^i^ Lots, viz : 7 Lets on Broadway, (embracing the whole **W &WP.haw
.w Aget for ship Shakspeare, Independence, Roscoe Leave New York. iLeave Ne Brunsck. Neither the captains or the owners of these shsfontfrom Wtashinpton to Waverley places,) of about 9f Lowndes' Librari
and GeO1ge Washington. At 9 o'clock, A. M. daily. At 7fo'clock,-A. M. daily. will be responsible for any letter" parcels, 26 b 9 feet each ,.of26by 92 feet e ac
.(;RIN ,'-ELL, MINTURN&CO P M do. 2 noon do .. ',,p on averey lace, o ad b25e do.IANO FORTE
S- 3 ORINELL. MINTUR N & C .o. V .oon g es sent by them, unless regular bills of lading are I a e s e lots, a uniform style of constantly
Ontsido1... .. sgned therefore. For freight or passage, apply to improvement n r Po Fortes, m
rS^ ^ "ILES PIKRGL 'L O Lver On Sunday the 7 ]i. tnr.fom New Brans-. -oS~ 'for^^^^^ improvement will be required, and stipulations against .. .o~ .
WILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO. Liverpool. S y, t 7 tripfo New Bruns- GOODHUE & CO., or Th .ttl ies ofvanous
.- ti^&SraAgents for the ships Roscius, Siddons, Sheridan, wick, is omitted. C.H MARSHALL 64 South st. NY. nuisances.Th s dis blendthte n he Gr
SFaonaJIdk andGarrick Fare between New York and Elizabethtown, 37 R L will be accommodating. For further particulars, and any, with the n
er and -ari..and to BARING, BROTHERS & CO., a view of the latest &c embra
9.bi-" ,"' ...^a. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st., N. Y. cents; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cents. ,-o7 CTIN Liverpool J. GREEN e ma2, appey to ....e ,cn. .wetsa
.T-. o .... .... -- WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool. NEiA RK ACCOMMODATION TRINS ORDEAU X WINES, from Barton &..... .. "^'e ,, 29 Mra Ecagg ....
-,D *I d ,PACKItT FOR H.AVRE-UNION LINE. From thie foot of Courtlandt st., N. Y., (daily) Sun-. Table Crdinarhs ... ade of such mater
.day's excepted. St. Julie n -V intage 1827, in cases, 1 doz. each TO T.Te ious s an the test of every li
.jy 23 m eaveve New York. Leave Newark. Batailley ;-,Do. 1827, do do NoCounting Rooms of the fire proof brick store, defect is foud i
.-1- At o'clock, A.M. 7j o'clock, A. M Chateau chville-Do 1827, do do Nassau street, between Liberty and Ce- o00. PS
.. .*0Wdozen Madei ra.of "' duI*rand 9 darstreets.
rTo sail fr6om New York on the 8th, 16th, and 24th, 9 Scov lle-. 1827, do do p p ly t with Pns, o
81 .4A.n.t o dya do do and from Harre let, 8th, and 16th of eve month. 2 P. M. 10 Latour-ie-D. 1827, do do jel2 tf C H USSELL & CO., 33 ine st. Pno covers of e
.di' p do d From New York. -From Havre. 4 P..M. Lafitte-Do. 1827, do do DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCES IN IE Old Pianos ta
do.,, odlo do F oMar. 8 e April 16 4 31 3Haut Brion-Do 1827 do do BROOKLYN.-TO LET, the two two story DT N DO NBnO
a", au Pmr June 24S pIOWA,(new)W.W. PelAug. 8 Latour-lD).8..dodo lwdwellingswith the basement above gund, nw I W
"Slt.S Oulien La our, &c. &c. "1- 6 1 Dec. 1 12 M Lafitte-Do. 1831, dodo. finishing in Sands street, between Bridge and ioldsts., w, New-York an
Julian,I La a To, & c. & J lc8 Si.L H LI P ,J. C cd A g. 1insud ys ase g r
forNewa w Mar. 16 M 1 10 These Wines >re received direct from the old and (within Ryve minutes walk of Fulton F Both are ar'sMei,
S" July 8 Ship L.PHILIPPEJ. Casto ffAug. 16 On Sundays, passengers for N ewark wil take th respectable houate'of Barton & Gtiestier, of B )rdeaux, neatly finished, with marble mantels. and desirable for Burke' Works',
.-.Em,,,abe' ,. Oct. 24 & Dec. 8 Nw rn tini y areof the first cliarater, put up with great care, and genteel tenants Possessiou 1stNovember, orinOc- Lea"d Times'o
"-Mar.24 May 8 at 9 o'clock, A. M. and 4 P. M. Returning, pass recommended wih. .at confidence.- For sge"on tober if wishpto ..... % ..
a anduhily.16 Ship BURGUNDY,'AJlines, Magry
Nw8, July16 750 tons.. Sept. 1 through Newark, at 1 P.M..and 10 P..M. liberal terms,
Nbv 8 Dec. 16 Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 371 cents. D IS;,ROOKS & CO. 21 Br6oiad .
another r Aril 8 M 16 Passengerswhoprocuretheir tickets at the Ticket
S. J 24 Shi- RHONE, J A Wton Sep. 8 offices receive a Ferry Ticket gratis besides prevent- OIC AND RARE WINES.-TThe subsen- th the lot in fee,on the westsideofthe 5th Johnston's British
^Haesb^rgem^ Ru-uy 24 Shp RHONE, J. A. otton. Sep. 8 Offices, ra bers offer for sale the following old and superior enue, the first house above W. Be t Blackstone's Cor
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a r 1 6q l J a n Itq n agr# t u x _L ir" i n ,-c o nf S io n an d d el ay a fte r c ro s sin g th e riv e r. D r n r f r s l h u w n l n u e i r n e e r n u e a o e w ~ e o r sB a ~ t n s U f
1 LitApum *ril, 1, JuNeov 1Tickets arereceived by the conductors only on Wines, mostof w were imported by them direct, large mansion The lot i 25 by00, withacourt DogaonthcP
.,. .et 16 the day when purchased. he it1whica"coort Dougltd"oibtetra
a.1' '. rl. ..__,w. 'L Ang- C Ship DUTCHESSE d'OR" Jiqt the da1 when purchasedd b and from the first Sources: yard of 15 feet, and thea'is a lot adjoining the rear The Life and Re
aM i^KS? ~et 24 LJEANS, A Richardso., n e TeTown Tracks in the City of Newark have been 25 pipes London Prticular Madeira, inpipes, half wrichcanbeobtained'twantedfora stable. Itwill 2 vols. 8vo, with pla
-,, 41T. 24 j. .. o" o se1"nte0
i^^Bjtl ilo.M ^ "ni 21 4 TJune 8 underlet, and passengers will be carried to and from pipes and quarter eaWs. be o on accommodating term. Possession the first Annals of Natura
w .B"t P ivAE 6 Oc1t1 ath D tVILLE DELt t.te arrval and departure of h- 1000 demrjohas dosome of which is ery old, andof M next. Apply to J. GREEN PEARSON, Correspondence o
alK@t^^Mou w rack Shru s Dey c.- 800 tons, Chas. Stodmard .16-- 1 trains 0fr 0Afl was. sel iected fias most celebrated states. e14 29 Merchants' change. Ben Jonn. by B
al l kB'Bh i May' 8J Junel18 1M. F.I Fi Hi see advertisement. s28 dozenLkted Madeira, being from15 to30 HOUSE WANTED.-A two story house Campbell'sShaks
.... ... L ,aq o un- 24 M hiap FRANCOIS 1st, W. C. c 8 ,AnD AMBOY RAILROAD Lr r years old, pmaoperted direct, and part via India. *I wanted to rent, near Broadway, or higher up-. Loudon's Suburb
S'-Au Dec Thompson Feb. 1 CAMDEN HAIAAB. AloE MalmsL, SerBal and Tints. oLtown, within a convenient distance of some line Sowerby's Conch
H ,- rfo, Bo _a Du16 Fejy i.1 FOR hPHILADELPHIA. Thefinest PU Gold mnd Brown Sherry Wines, in of omnibuses.'Address box No 776 Upper Post Of 500coloredfi ures,
Se--t"_. 8 SBhip ,EMERALDWin.WT .B.O__ nie, --- 16 ,L a ,-casks, demij1 and bottles. l adice. s 7 s7 kruse
ob P 9AYoh French Wis--hateau Margaux, of 1827 and engran Jom de
L '^^^1^ ^ m, M~ea -. -,. ,,-,,.. ,-,-----. 88 .f| .^^ -qg1828, Chateau Lsttet.Leoville, Palmer Margaux, and T "O LET-The tperior Fire Proof Store, R.A. in2,v .'
c % llt" llt l11p ill it Sept16 Sip SL VIE DE QRAS )Na 1 Daily,E (Sundays exceedd) t 7 o' lock, A. M. from St. Julien. L ... .- B 22 Beaver street. Apply on the presses, or Brady'a Analysis
^^ ~ K ^ ^ ^ ^^f1 5 S Weiderholdi,65tons. F'eb.l6 -V--pierNo* 2, northh River.-' -0 ^basket^4 d&*tObaanpaigma.2v v in2.Wo J.GREENPEAR4O^ SothebyJHnt
t:.^' Mliffl y j'a.j^ *i.. b-< (July 16 *' SEVEN O'CLOCK LINE. -50 cases SparIa^^ck. ". : ;ot27 Merohiaat. 4 vo2o.7." .^.t
*'^T~i B^~glraaai^^;'- 8at24 8r POLAND, C. Anthony. .3 ?Tv. 8 By steamboat INDEPENDENCE t South~n 0 carse Sat~cpta an Hermita. <.. o9d tFO SAE-h 3 toyHvo, ih he Pysc^
i^iiMB rmL~~l~~i each Jane 16 Ma.j. boy, from thence to Bordentow, nvia' Railroad, and 5,.cases Chan ny et Burgundy, in the o t e, in 9thl street, between University meu, 2 vqfl||-7
g|B,||H"do- SiAL1, J"J ohn s. Aung 1 tence in steamboat NEW PHILADELPHIA, Port Wine,.very ^ cask and in bottle. ".,Place and the 5th Avenue, now occupied by C. Sir Huqny Da'
BHB- =, ta' rj Oct 8> Ship ALBANY J Johnson L BO Jan.' 24^ (Mar. 8 in time, (except when detai.ed by extraordinary cir- heimnr, ,Rtdesheima* otd Leisten. o9 27 Merchalnts' Ehange. Jardine's Magawan
/ H^^B ^BBll."1 Ther vesselt ae all of the first class, and ably cumstaneq)"tQ t onnec with the Baltimore "Line, L PTenerfe, ^ Lii nd Siiy Wines, for sale by OR. SALE-Several desirable Dwelling Warn's Diarye 16^
1 --- I4'u 'itmo eoimnmded wth eleantaccoihmodation, r pafsen- which leaves at a clocLk n0O A. BINIER & CO., 141 Broadway. Houses, of different values, in the vicinity of W. & P. are
/ B ll lM ^"-^ gen, comprising all- that'-may be required "'comfort Fare toPtolad.bbia,......g:. .:......3 00 ]LOGERS & CQ|,Wail street offer for sale-- JfaWas'hingto'n suare. Apply to ,J New.'.d Standard
nK "-" .' '- nd convenience; inciuding wines an(itM of every Forward Deck Fassengers to Philadelphia,...$2 25 li 600 hhds Tobaim -- J GRENPEAplyto Englia press.
^ ^ers,^9 eompnising^to reto^ ^ al that^ ma reur Far tPhl aOG S&CO5Wllsre ferfrae-.5MWAshmngon 8 N PEAtON
1 -'/ ra~dyl decrpt. Good. sent to the eubA~at New To Tetn. .---------- -------...... ---00.. _800 bales do: 27 Merchants' Exchange. T HOTOGEN IC
7"'_ r-. ', :. ..Yor, 'will be forwarded by these Packrets Tr~e of all Forward deck to T!renton,-......... -----..-..----11b boxes te Te,, A V... NU.. 1--' .E-VENT.. STREET- & I tico of Photoge
cgerges, t thohosetualytually ed incurred. ann To Perthy,....d.Sou..h..m.boy--1--b-o--s--"-T--------------------- U" ]b~-- 'r )i'ranticr PrintitheDger
BO/-C TON. FOX & LIYINGSTON, To Freehold and Monnouth, via Stage frot 8 cases Pearl ne HARLEM L iOR SALE.--Lots on Fifth F. of the .guer
I a-2 IBroad st. H stown, d .......v...d.....-........r I 50 t2 eases Ge(d Avent between 14th street and Washington Square, Goernme--t and by
'aaMH-l-f^ sm f rdi ,'- ,-.. reafast ad dinner provcdsd on eds 0 tona Red SW Od fr al t. j "lld separately, or several laying together, '- be.efit ofthe ar.. a
;^H^ *Ofe NEW __IE OF____LIVERPO 1CACKETS. nBreakfrat,...-.........-.-................-50cents. ^1.vERMAN FRV W-f & MADEIRA Wi S c oe corner lots, each 26 feet by 100. rL J M Da'uerre,
..WH fl ^ ^ ^'l^ i "f ".. ^ -ESS 'S Dinner, ................................:50 cents. GT ^'^ "^ ^ Tp .n north side o Eleventh street, near Wooster J T ,
Al Baggal e at the risk of its owner &c-Thers haveJustreceve f t each26feet 5inhe front, by 103 fet MeesL.
...... Ui ,X h ,t: l lilGffi' Mt *A' TH 9H-- r "=..~ ............ --BJ-r .. --- ,- arx. Jx--.L JJXJJO& jl-adt*r 0j d *Rnds 11e a ;* ..... --" "L '" Cu*'' ? i""
.To sail T o s* New.York outh.25th,and i NEW YORK '3) PIH AA ILPWH do 50 udS eDolnueechajut i.ve t meant has just award
..4 ...'_ ,/_. .5 mth ho~.ach ohb .. .RA I NE--DIRECT. 30)0 carse Chateau u ,pz ie n t~erm ofh payment made eay n aco oatn.- sand rao" Iipo
..' 1Frat Na. Y Via J ..wwi.r.eo.re of 1834, which is yj former vintage thosewo....tob o et t w o 12 D. APPL
.. -= -.1h1 GARg lCK .j~t. r, 5tOctbOY Tj'uOT( /L IN ~IX HOURS. h,,,, ,h;.,. ,p~raemon~o renmal_!onmnota_. ,.t

;3"H'"" L .N... N e*hiDBROSCIUS,Cjpt JohnOoilis, 25th Nov 1.0,pipesad,2--0,""r- ca.. oj.-so.... Ap.y to GJO1 W. GILE,-S, No. 1Nas A ARSHALL H
'.:. ...- -,- .... .P.. .NSCapt --BN. ."&-Palmerj26th Dec. kei t eN oro & So utret coi.r.er of Wall street, between ad 3 DlCN -Pri
*^ ^ ^^ ^ ^d^^hjp^ vry^^ ^eH~aD~k^ ,F. Deeyste. 25t ra. 1k 4ZHy1Jy ^ l ggf,'Em" the house- of Ntwton, Gordon & ?o, per O'coc, P. M 'ja.oMdcn~
4rtTM d'Auf1F.fDepestr25thJan.the Mexico. p. E oecine, by
-"t"' .....^'^ 13th" Octp' Ja /rom t "h e of Librtystr,_t, dt, 10 half nipe Ol n Brany, of 1808, perthe FOR SALE-LotNo. 19 Howard street 25 by 100 E.Lcue on10 wth
"^-" ?^ W.-","oNkA. 1M, a1 3t 4 o'clock .M. Montano. Per. ip reno-o baskets De Brimo. t feet, in the rear of the Rev. Dr. kEasthum's erao the Wbete
tm l I. : -00ML-., Fare through in both lines, Chnampaignh, hihly vm d and fruity, bearing the coat Church, with the materials on the ground. Apply at t Societe
-' iaa^5a' -K i^ .'.-f ARRiC ,Th 'Fare to Trenton, 2,50; to Princeton, arms of Do Brnmont n the labels and corks. 498 Broadway. .jy tf formerly Senior Prea
,"-,~StIi~AS[Scu, 13th Jan. Faeioetenon,$250;tonbiceon,$0
Sall of the ist ass, upwards of Pasers will procure their tickets at the O"e5e basks Bordeaua5O cases t0 MERCHANTS.-The subscbers haverceiv- S. Maysorlsju
-in the city of New-York, with such foot of eam-treet, where a coronmus Steam- Julien; 10 a. do, dt150 baskets extra Tedperlatearrivalsan el-gantasortmentofFren t

~ P.,~, se ~ oftheir ^S 're, hiadepi agaegestruh ihu bein TLQUEUS, MstnquNoyeau RocPa-CSesnew style figurd Poul de Soie,~ 'vriy Letue on1
,G b e is 140 for which altores Oped by the way .. .. .. fait Amour, Co, sc. ..Do extra heavy plain and glace Reps, .h.. G e
.^^,will be wThese s Each is provided wit e in which and Gold Water, frothe t cnand figured Sn for dresses, J erolpBMi. D.,hMe
aco..' .mne-"aenatSuFedrwehneee o m y yObsehDros&aCe.eet1 t ,

by exp ^ :erec masters, whe wl ar eepart ents andgadressineg o epresy for thi factory of Fokink ne and superfie renc Merino -loths, mouth Clege;- iion
'^ff ',ll.aBM^ ^^ "*;: *'.... ..f ,"i "* '" :. l Neithuitais r oownets of these ships will be Returthng, the Lines wl leave Philadelphia at 8 dials consisting of .dto, Assenio, Persico, Caffe Do very eegat satii striped Ohally, confined o5 WILEY
-;i'ti $ .aeM amtaIl4 lot any letters, parfcb or packages sent ocloc, A, M. and 5 P. M...u. s5 de oea, Vamrnia,eeacnd o o. patterns, ... .I......tT..HIT V ON
-. .'.-.b b t .,, ,, bI, .glar. 5i of lading are gained lQ'. T ,ttnO LINE OF PACKETS French-Pans ai Bordea.x, l greatspaenety and Do d lend assortment of BroPhr Thobet n on t,'
.:.",... ; ... t .eitmr.passtge, apply to '- le .y put Up. Shawls, in new aid handsome patterns and Bu ..et ontThit
'qq f or. Whecei n $40,fo whchampe tors, ., & otetr

.,. a. _train isprov iofela.i ar. e sap, e ... a. in ic p uth-Cure p .thery and Raspberry t colors, B n. y
^rsss .weow '" WH & JAS,. BROWN & CO., LierpsoL ..[ f B yruasin-Ea. Dantzog Do Parls embroidered Pelennes, Capes, Collars Whatey, Essay
fm -. ttes by the plkets l be charged I12 cents pe B..t.. ... .... ....... a Brandy, oSbotch and Irish Cuffs, Dresses, &c. &c. -,Wilson s Sermons
-. .'^'P'*0 80 sinig e~ h1 8 cnts per ounce, and newspapers To sal on the 1st, 10th sad 20th of vey month. WhiCapers, Strasbur Pte, Do Ladies' andGtentleiaen's best Paris mtade Wilsonen the Sai
MJ^B^^^^^Ji^esp^ sits jy31r; ThisLine of packets,will hereafter bp, composed Trufife, Olive;' ea tabttgPts a Hortekin Gove-a, made to order, Hurd on Propheci
-h -. o te foow g sps, whc wi succeed eac er dines, Lond* P rs its &. e stle French printed CaOico confined S,, ao n ,,

HB'K. ''> .oa BIm New York and Liverpool in the fol- e"b".t -.NA Y & CO 9 P street Do 4- Irish Linens, Lawns, Sheet"ngs, apers NEW HUM
aBiiH g3 JS ^^ s a *" -1_ OFPCir'. -.r,. Y ork. Fyrom Load, d sat'n.poT L r- DamasAn'apkinat &c. of superior tiaoty A Glimpses ofo

'" ....- F N-jY.- k. aMaf. y I }{ ST. JAMES unel7 une offer for ssle, lae8 v e T an actual settle
Sep 2t.hi 1 a. Seor 17 20aCsntanfolws drs-eige ChiMe cpsen la t Do kre Sara41 Wn t.. C n olis o

EzraNy.,Dec 7 Jn. 5 Mav20 GLADATOR..uyMayJul210-GLADIeAdkORo Mkfsblak Leattn1scrosnThmaboekgpde avebeenseletedby oe evthe'-ntntosencressi
.[ .. d- ~(APri 7. May 2- Sep.20, ,- 'Fl].ios.*^. .. Brto o',., 7r-Nov, Y0 barred Hdkfs, l~ a Shawls, &c.h~bv~o~saeeaeetehoefh'-otte ~~
an, 7.eb S"eritce ms 25 tJ, l 10u WLiNTO Mar 27Apr. dc 50 cases blueKeens partner- n Europe, and will be soold by th--ackag-or Niht's Dream.
Namwillbeti to g geneN.. fiayltes aeborpct. ges7sntov.25 b setAA. aid.5STEWA. & CO. The Boston Eve

auu fMay 7 Jung e r hadwickx iNov.7ec. 1 a 7 Broadway. manners, habits, &.
..----r-_ St h 8;-O-L.WT N, "e ,, 2 Fb 0 .. Anr. 'TApr. l ClTRACAO -Riv" .... .."... <... ...wrk
'IIuuc 7 JPily 2 Oct.i 20\ (A g 7 > *- * in.i Aug. 1. Messrs. o y &ae. W h ave peus e
... F-7 ? Mar. 5 eJ .. QUEBE C. ^aug; T- ._ ,]T1" RCAO-- ed per the Pomona, from Rot TINES--OId oIt--n pipes and bottles, from :
*S, -h-.I C -EIo. 4 atew 7 A Mr. r Ap. May1rom the orr-Crowey, bnpa s a ot. big
&~| A&bad ROWN1 &- r^ COLieianzVDoPal

A Dela o, M at,? Dec. R ul 10S M S N.~. 1 to y of Fo k nk i ^^ aa '- 'e n a a 2 iw ea c as .^ -,c i i n th t t e f i
Of e Q Nov. 10 Ruseljl StiBged., fc 27 ndIrshOmported and i trdian brls, sonmeold and s home in the wild Wo4
d, :l yrtheaaae -witllbrpsmne7.Tho sai20 s6 A, Br6iR & CO. 141 Broadway. Clarets-Of all des'hftomf she p os'ed the p
....Thisu Line ofNakTat ill ereafClarempae--0 Qaves de fs, Stasbour Pate, Sre

of, the.f Honryow.eson a.iawcA ..wian.7 A. H RE D & CO., 30 Pinestet, up tee best of ChateauO ne .
at 1-40;m- Siwo- ?.'.? a' 35--- .a' a..... v- tThese simv n Stairso~ oer < ae, ,,;,, Catne a. eFrom Messraa. Ruinart, P ....E'0.liwgthuthe
ness, lcludigwmesstoresmNEObelAing.' birthem. nidartrtmn~aB horderiln vni .rlp.it .MRer'iieimua d n.m*rted, by t s Rhe ts. For sale on favorable term, by *atianidty, and si

LONp UTERM'-UR fnlto. not .**( ji .i 4 tI7aw re
,is-ipublis every Hish JL 8k Qbow ee0ivieh street .5d Bte riW ona-
'lO b a esnut ctrf PhI, tinuas-to be cAt M ',a W.. s:u ':a l
bsr a5 Y" -yabwe in e tronseru awgqs ap-ri-edi Dr. NORNE
am requmte to remit a note wasbred to the ee p t VW4"7-
*: '* -. ilni idon, aznd.has be" a -ii o" i [r ty
l1 begins the Seventh Volume of a of Physic 4. years; frt iow
ete sets of which can be furnished York. His practice from bei"g', e hakb
une in numbers, or Two Dollars has long confined to a rtieular ajh of-iedine,
The New Series iM begun because which engages his profound attm=tio' viz:-Lum iVe-
ble to supply orders for complete neria Scorbutus, Scrofuilaf ephw .kt,,i and, in
I -short, all iseasex arising from a vitiated staiugftihe
T ilE 8PTBMER NUMBER,,. blood. His experience is very great Hisu ue d -
Pon'u European Despatches, Edin- tonishing. In many Zhosa f aea aemtswd to.
.. his care, of all grades and every degree of malignanacy, "'
ahk. King and Fitroy, do. he has speedily restored his patui"ts o bet4 Wid a
i osfution, Blackwood's Maa- sound constitution. ",
o "c o a He cautions the nnfortneate a & the abuse o .
teaturs, British Critic, ; mercury. Thousands are a n'ly aKrtui ,ed. out
Royal, Foreign Monthly Review. of life. See that your case is era weate, i rot patched
tures, do. up. The learned Dr. Buchqi Azphatieally oberves---
st of England, d. .. "Married persons, and peesonf aiout to be married,
from the Spaiush, B'~1 wooA's should be particularly cateiou" of thm o&aMietiono. ,'
r"'. What a dreadful inheritancee to t simit to ptoleritry.
ritish Birds, Spectator. Persons afflicted with protracted and deplorable cas
an Navy, Monthly Review, need not despair of a complete recovery- 4pyi ng
.det, Spectator. to Dr. Hornc. Receam affectios ,are ..S
tism, do. without mercury, extinaguished in a 0 dayt, What '
it's Turkish Empire, do. grieves the Dr. is, that many afficotd, initeaa .ajing
nations of England and France, do. his salutary advice, have r ioume .rs aitjI a,
artificial Incubation, do. where there is no responabjiy,, and tm f O`Ai aera
tern India, do. unknh"; by such means, throd*%iag ft ti ey,'
ity to Brutes, do. (where they vainly hope to say) ) dr f ever
forrison, do, and Examiner, heir constitution.
the Mexican Provinces Tumalipas, Persons who may have"' ractaflelas 'r ins o
exas, theneum. pect latent poison,"' invited to n k'- application to
he (uorra with Lander, United Dr. HORNE, at his Utablishment, No. 204 ultoa
1. street, between Greenwich street md Broadways.. A
enct Foreign Monthly Review. residence of thirty-two years in New-York ity'has
aijaBogpt( Atheneum. radically establishli Dr. Home's chamater f.r*6rlig
t)yNleyls r Paper. honor; and based onreal respectability and skill." Dr
entley's iscellany. Home offers.to patron a sure uraantee. .. .
sh Story', Dublin University Maga- Otces for iparate consultatin_ Patients n
never come mn contact. .
lived at $6 year, by Messrs CAR Attendance until half past 9 in the evening
vay, and E. LITTELL & CO. No Letters taken in uileis post paid. nAl iy let
o7 terse must be handed in.
UALS FOR 1840.-W[LEY & r_?'" Stu orum znc.ata ppudor nswl wWki4ce U"
porters, 161 Broadway, N. Y, and -Horace's 16th Epiatie.. -.
1rs. 35 Paternoster Row, London, P. S.-As long as Dr. Home desirt tb benefit the
e steamerLiverpool, the following public, it i proper he should continue hi advertise.
r 1840-which are now ready for ientforthe ood of strangers, as it is well known people
are extremely shy in speaking of cases of a delicate
Room Scra Book, with Poetical nature, even where a physician is pre-emuifently Xue
E. L., and Eary Howitt, with 36 eessful. j14
nd the Scenery of the Seven LJ CURE TRUSS." Ofe 4 Vesey street, Astor
ainor, illustrated in a series of Building-Under the supervision of an pxpeienpod
re. By Thomas Allom. With an Surgeen, who attends personally to each cam,'&" *
f Constantinople, and descriptions ing all other practice. -,
r. Robert Walsh, LL. D., first se. Also, the UTERO-ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER,
ul plates, morocco extra, 4to. sanctioned by the Medical Society ofthe Stat ef New
Book. By Mrs. Ellis, author of York, and Guy's Hospital, London. .i Ar
glandd, with 16 fine plates, 8vo. Dr Hull's apparatus are patronized by thi medical ..
ring, with 10 superbplates, 12mo. profession with very few ezxepAinas tungham& t i
e also just received, Nos. 3 and 4 United States and Europe. .
ian. o12 The Supporter is patented in this country, K d
S AND MUSIC.-ATWILL is and France : the patent in this country ba e.nt'ly
giving from his manufactory sdipe- been re-issued in an amended fa. f
anufactured expressly forhis estab-, AMOS G. HUL"B 4 Vesey st, ,,
patterns of Rosewood and Maho- s16 Aa*tor Hoae.
and Action, Harp Stop, Mdtallic R. HULL, 4 Vesey _tAor A ont.-s I .
ng the latest fashion of furniture, THE LADIES.-Dr _L has very reeeaity
low cornered fronts, veneered legs published a small treatise on the application and mues
All of which are warranted to be of the Utero-Abdeminal Supportr. Thslp let .
ials, so well seasoned as to stand companies each Supporter sold by Dr Hall. it .
[mate, and can be returned if any tains instructions for selecting, fitting and r'earini.
>e instruments. Price from $170 instrument, by aid of which any patient eaaft herset:
ools of various patterns, to corres without assistance. Infounation ofthe azceje 4in
f Rosewoodand Mahogany, &6. isgi en toenable ladies to judge whetherthe m ter
very variety of color and quality, is likely te prove useful in give, inktaces f leile
iken in exchange. '*10 maladies, .i. n i
KS.-Just received and for sale, The pampletabo containsthereportof the Medical
PUTNAM, Importers, 181 Broad- Soiet of the State of New York, aadt opinions otl -
d 35 Paternoster Row, London.,-- isy dstinguished Physic-z ain Euree and A n
n 2 vols. 8o. ca,in favor of the Supporter. '
with Portrait, in 2 vols. royal 8vo. .dio cal at Dr Hull'soflce fr advt respect
f the Right Hon. Henry Gratton, ro int apparatus, recelym a pamphlets grtis.. Acn.r-
1. 8vo. ptent Surgeon of muAh eaxpeiece g t aJ" at-
&c. of the Rhine, plates, in 2 vols' tendance at Dr l ce, 4 Vy
i. in 2 vols. 8vo. House., R, .'.f
i Zoophytes, one vol. 8vo. Ladies' houm half.pi ,
nmnentaries, by S. Warren. B A DEAU'S7OiA't'ED
philosophy of the Mind, Svo. J ING P fo r p_
ign of WilliamIV. by Wright, in inthe breast,. a mbe; also for h
tea. matism, liver cro. i and dyapepla.4 rftt,,
I History, in 2 vols. 8vo. colds, asthnmas, hty o bfr.thi .
t the Earl of Chatham, 8vo. the stomach, &c., they will give ieiaTe
arry Cornwall, royal, 8vo. ing relief; and for pleasantneas, sty, 6be,
peare, royal, 8vo. tainty, are decidedly superior to most ofa' thae-79
Lu Gard'jner, 8vo. dies. Suc persons s busis ores
logical Manual, with upwards of quires tbarthey uitf i m.f*t'h 6.
vo. ary habits gene *;%in,.mavbe t" "
Cad4ell's splendid edition, with iirthe breast' or idsftie i y .S e& tte
ligns,. by Thomas S UwHa Ns.:*ftiaif stes, Ma tIii yt M
.. -s, W 7 tflrt, andes. free from ij
of the Cal.ndar, 2vol so reasonably made agi"n1t

*e of Zoology and Botany, 2 vois. Europe, that wt[..Qliri_
18 to 1679, 8vo. name or mulnuCm9
receiving per every Packet, all composition. ^ ...'" "
Works as they appear from the Printed directions accom.paiy seak ] itf l ?
oil by me, in my ownhiand witintto" bi '.

crea purchased by the Fimth wll .--ee=_vi
their command, publihe for the ,w :
nd manufactures, by the inventor, Pro_'_s'.. a_'_' 'S libe'
l. 12mo., with fire plates. o-^,.thS
is for giving the secret of this ,- mm .
D ihe worldyte French Go"e
ed an annual pension of ten thou "e dmnco toall i""" m
ETN. C..200Brodw. S tore, 260 Nowery. ." '"

nciplesoftheTheory and Practice EMARKABLI Vi Mk.-*y i"
shall Hall, M. D., F.R.S.L. and e last winter with hauty as
e Theory -and Practice of Medi- months she wM under phy&4cians'
reet School otf Medicine: mem- time she had a'severe cough, loe ,a -
[edicale D'Observation of Paris ; strength, wondrotus diseohabeofmtterf '' ht
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