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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 16, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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 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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be SlieS" derdosaue, tent mbaernd more th an sihoo.re, sMiorof.theState LegiOlature, and STow. np..laced upon AM E" + ,,a,' ..ii... .TSrnidad....1- 7a-- 9 1 014... 35a 30 Br.-Island...--. a
.- + u .y ..von n i'n u sde e s fce ti el di c pi e c o l m otre s.atisfctory and m ore permanent foo tii SH E. E Ut. .m _received a beaut-i t t. -- ija -- e OR ..L St.Cronx. ...--a
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prgleiMDu2-" Lower Tlxu --FoPar instruction in all the bra ndwches eau Th oa 2 o e n t o f iNoa mrnu n thutia s r me oi Shawl ad..... 30a 40 WHeID **a a2
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f -, ". Oor UNDRED DOLLAR per ancnum, Theu tae.re morougll rTm aplopeno ra. e c,*,., ., e a y-,C at 2. N.COLwla men e 1- ---.- -a
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p p ort |o e um^e. D ay boarders, 8200 per a nnu man dS t e pt.io axary, d then ch thy e Revlad eW .i e F. W A K R e s cri er a v Ke o e e e e c C O P ^3 7 Sof t e ate t P r s B a z l I'^B ja m 1 2 a rl yN ft-^ eo a P -
also, in advanc1 al othie fmt proub]%epostiotuions, for toeJOaHN ye ITH-S styea rn rntd Oa, Mul d.o La e a -d._ N4 Ca .
,-- U PU"nuig qatelOt'PPs---b. Deansnruac 11-46-
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adDr onfeidently Tah o.s i Quicyrside t o avar M r. e W A ill be n New thieot n Thursdoa ,tremLye IoAlCe ofh. 2.. BROWN. 46ieC antBon.- 2a 9 brl a .....d --a -- T ro.5 3 a c
_111',up. erxu ...e, stat. g l, engl j Cll ege; on D ne We s r, fth S Se t, O etobcr 3, and remain till Saturday, October 13th, and Alao-- Suier MustJ 34 ta n l-l w oo,i only 3.. Pt ..........- ,,UPO D Rl. American. .. O -- a
ADwnh m p 4b .s plnb o7ru TPotheon. .mpeaoe nssors ba seno/ dais y atlathe P doiestan tEpimopalSunday peryard; e:ra superfiene mitn colors, 4s. ands l .d........ -s- 1'a- 17 American. 3 5a 55 TBALOW--b







hl^ i nnUemt ^ Ho~s~fn. B s ~ ^ Pnpteh4l eabee~ flarn enh Hon berplanap, Choule Iide 0~ Soe-w.us niode,^ eb^ 6 =1 n o^ ^ ^ 1
g a. r ----- ec-r--. .. .* o7 T th ."ko ". -C eool Union, 28 Ann st. do. "a lar a assortmet of ri "Mtils in vevt Bolts b ,- 2 a -26...........-n.. ,, -, t S+? i+~r i& ~er ~ ld e.Dr an tth, ,_. .. .., ..o......alamv [e, e,, ,;, -!t ... -7 Ae[-
N M A p lr Fielande ins cv,.tDr.aW aboe tmay t o S et nd mb 2 eai8 8 o3rs of educate r0u8h. til. &. cat- verl o ., c P iw o eO A Eb -
rt.J ,oSanto. Saurez, Ex- ember of the Span ortes, MRS. LINCOLN PHELPS' INST[TUTE, aushn and Lace Collars, Cs, and Pelerinet 0T i... 9l a-- 10 Rms.ielean 22 a 280-- rmpra .-. "
T, tA '-ah' tu*era10.' .. rn- Pete iHl r oaty, E ,l o N r -1 b..2,1
Q' .....,+.,....1,., 1 Grratiot. ., T __T ALJtZA~flwt, New .j,+ from 81 50 each, and upwards. additionn to which, Bale "--,a 10 Slsal...... 14a.- a14o Gunpowder.._.. 65 a
ItteA~.,hvcud (Intruced in+,t..l.y,,a, he .d Yh f. o u La Sich fi _ured Silks oly 4s. ed.d yard e eOpose for --a -. ? l







pDimul A t| erne viW t' Lou *tlxat h e ha LTneso Stagesf obl ntyBokketogSm. i y aeoe m r pcag f ehwroln Din.sPli...'.-- 1 r 8-.; o al Bn-rAbay-.
rr n t heEn ghh aug20 2 ", wednesday, the 6th of November. gaX Broche Thybet Shawlse W1C 2; and Velvetm......-30 a 40 HIDES-- Y H ..... 42 a
0I...uA nTarwo Biak,.+A,,at-rI*--aed_,o enerru th seet eCkuL o EnE RErCep:ion o-o-ng"a. PLA IN e PhlaW ""x....ib..a.- Ad
A 1-, ..I... ..... .- -HonF, Vice np tl- s Er, W Phelps. low rises, at A.. SR F. OT Asi. u.-c.io -l. a1 -- Dr al:d a. 1 Bo... o 1....
b tfroe in f h) teu t ine .ay ecture on esr9.' .. Stdy .t Bo eep, w.cotht e^ _. e 'K^ -np ..R Ee I'T -- _H DR4o. or becom An2 -y tiaed- -- a 15- one..hdi.T.... 7ta
ti"-lthtl t qimehrtl t tn wi L Cbrnhoercantile educaion. A nWo, to S.e Northae. '" en for AW-of tha s Pars osuares, Alaaama.... --G.-l a 14 W.I -tn. 0oank a -- 9 -- '"
is walopel, clse or adjust ahcounts, and to write up books. u Laera Co27abletammed with Chenetl, mu perb artiole, and londA. .......-- 1_ E. I. Buffalo.--e --a --g in o.. n, da.- 20 a
oafl4"' l gentle- 0' course of traction through which te pupil ,, Sarahr gory. worty the attention of tthee t opened by Ulnu ....a-- -- a 18 .A., e.. I SO a 2 -- W-Liare haal.sn-
be ..0 ... of eSfiinnGregory.ndnA.L ` of C cOEeneee h a J F-A I r 9- HONEY- al BhC O -abo.....
.... ha. "at h tt p.r.o.o oo rencht i sfato rya-ndm'mUe Duplise 5 CL E COj .7 B w.ay C O AG- I..- avana .- a -6 N
I ";WAd e Ne6ve b woys sid ab olhl. tedoeae 7,oeibo sto 1heuiidy .. iont ofits C, ..... ,RTS AND DRAWERS* erA lare an oatnel.t leap....- i a "HOPS --I. eN.ai..- 7 a
--, gy ii^Ta P, _b-Ts r binstu..keep. orre.i althy and elegntt.y tEe inyibo d finis t .ion twes ad te alacthe ic ,fferent desc ptha s a gad si, z s, together fa.. ....... 1s a IS Fr ort, '89- a-20 C-uba a..... r.-










,. .I5"^. ... oun T shel fa n~hy of Tmeuiits n i ... wity Hoy stam tip Phlp will inncn t--isiuin usetepan sn* mn whch a-- ric HORNred re~ 100-o I^tP~- -,, ...... ----^ ^ S; tv
s ,o Ne tp"eLowtrread fo ra ens ,oandlodgn cg. a fse RahwaT is a pleasant vila e, s abitu ated on the direct ie scth Ho i it gresi ains ety, f men, women, and -. 0- 2 Hper lbs. t
he steent detw nyohefr contduaton, of csud te rl M Pls and hidred e DIlPER--p5i ce Ox &. Cow., B -- a W Manu.g No..-- Bar
dsar.e ..t. ,P' i .u .. ... raIirosl between New York emd Philadelphia, withinuchld., of ...e maftu for kale wholesale Russia, broad 2--a 2,6- IDIGO"lb. DoMn. No 2 ,-
aLsr.t ofs."., .fm paren aruap coians; habrn h'" ne ho r's distance abytteam rriagefromthe former n retap at 14 Maaee Lf, the. .iaia DOM.nSTIU GOODS. BenNa-.'...Aa l IB Pa o .. ... 17 cobn--Lan&1
b e p dtf t BY T ho Ne TES a o~i, cnr, ae.ience than a lddendingwen ,i and fe from the latter,19, communicatn with New o" LA E U r. t, 7 C ..... Oa "..
thBu SSlii~lllG H .R tly pa .h ,l 111.Itecl awthi teisit of w hi .isf coaver- aork by threeFdal i Lneo tcar esondw ction, and wit adepha .LU LACK SiLKS.-- 0 BROWN. 40 w n, r ..!y
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unlt"lh 8 t-..1* 0 ,HOUG T th .elh .u co nstolifo antu utiiytre g ie 'w' bytwo .tsn ...anddsaefom rctn 13.J -qm. st rcevet~hieSju- ah BfeESLDK H ......Eur a...cs ... a- RO.o..
o .-L "YLwrdNG-Cs. C n".. .s.s a sone -therino foerab e seadm s of learsin g in the coun- b NDlue b .l Poull de Soie, twoBeues, in do dyed, esub, na...4... -, 0 genrO a 4 "
dAw .E. .bo olw t t 1Dblane ro esbanope s oere lann uas, coTnRdMS.nrth i t he m trF aIe ers on- thi dave ren ced vedwi ep s f..- 7 2l0 ScPt.hl e't-PaliS -0 e Bbkz.... .
8 l 4 day"OaAls.o' qutteerly in adv a nc Pearentsg Fmaye Sthus entnda oportu rs educating ofi .i.r Iaeache 4.4 a o c o a 12 New i zyBanks
aaOSeb .. MA okHlleSa try, ard Ips u etby Jouable schools ,oroo whJcNW t .s offer at yl F3d, worth oFre dolla per yurd. Do. do. 2.:-6 a -- 1y Am o --7EWdO E .d
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Al nl th Ha m nere s ay thNewsYior aatopporepatrorhoe d .oi. 10 a. t1 Bar..- -10 at--t16 Do. c rh -a Rhans.
for t......DrY .G k Ocd -.A p T1the-lion. l Quinc, Pres theneir sotno addaufhter in e a eor.a M USLLENwillbeiT Iew onTh r.day. -h.. .... O.e.4- 1 a 14 Bar ed......... .. a 60 ew.kL.ns
.....'--W fi..st.. lnao el lege; t(onrDal Wethe in N.S .S The School Year, consbsrhe,,nef44anw ,i Ska, wil o be dit sae o ne etArE pa g of rsin c Mdaide Lae. lla.- 7 -o.0 3.s8 Bankof .. .
Divi ........ + w'.... 4Mt UA lii The Sceneneeof Double Entry Book-keeping Sim.. ieit t,;wO, sessi o s,, halfr a.. sesio bi._: o.e.qu.r. selece ine Patriexpresslye forchiyhn tvDeo L u- 8rPla ,ids..... -- 7 a 10 B .ed ..... 10~ -- al-- Bank ofl A ale....
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'1 k 1 ^L L ^ .'-' ,nie p aats f aua "hl sph an "+"itr ard "n "rs ++tl1:>s-, -0l qt y ntlreFALLGO S- .B O N 4 whannte..OT.. r a St Domh^ .- 14 5 -1?? 6
0 -B. Salary. txe o.k Sc. P sgS -rS EMn o ar innvniadd.t hing, hasreea.. ..Y. f d se rtiatmn.+ ..... --"s 1i niv' vDo.do.r'.. 00- 0 k ofAuburn......
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at= t 19t. Ja Ana beotMe tA oktoeo ead&M hReS LINCrOLN h b g PHEPS IN STIU E un u ues li S aple Lace Collast whc. t and ar e lntnly rie- OphricanTrk 12 rtaC. so ogmeyoBnk
B r.TTk OoVb., r, j L.S. bt tl Introducntio e er of the ro Balance ." 30 "e, atiob, trnce te peyn, h ih in a si and ie. ,,o7. a. t. Furop nT topt aa. 8 a S Mart-w.- k -@ 2 a 3 ...hto Ok iwc
begsI Ai. itIl So c L of F08GES ANODYNE CORDIAL-A SathemtIEa, aLtaeoens ad tertioe Scofpeency ta ria-gured Sitks, tnl l.s. per d; on ORKo- 4 2a2a
vialfc L trh lsG1nat6wh T nich20m deW te s r p epa e the Pihor ofN o 0 emer. quatter. H te o dvntao erE P ..ha felwl w$10to$12- and V al24 Ivory aoic
s itu a thoelday "_ aPeLecture on the Study of Bo-keepsi ,wileth .e.p. n t,,. and A R tSD".L 8-e-an h--ds ra siilrl. l-a S o ft a .....
Jt e ,to e priee 1t8 cents. s14 hm (or te the h rfssof ig beaufl 6m quds The Wha 5 _a ruin te newest D5 a -a 3 Banko Orleas
&"aAles e o il ep"to S. HE NEWYORK-KEEsha U wicb88re Cedar







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o34 X -+a. ". ._.' A,, .+ .tgainon.-for t"y?,naf .'. twelve under t+,W 4l Guitar,..i...+.......... ;.... .10 (0) speetuuy invi~testheattention ofte L+adies. A lure..... a -- _0 arg.....-. 5 a -- B ank of wRoen...
ofThe "e'-Co.CARES COUD ARSH, Accote acetMisHnah Eig..........io~3 .,MilleN. o12,1257Broadway, A TTnna t.- 0a 7 --









"l'" i 'jlvp ,,,"ay +luel adividend remcavedtn Elizabethtown, N .1 vnredm distance H-Ikp .at t -he j ... o7 adjoining tim American-Hotl. irntlmnoy,'Cr.-- S &-- Oj Bh~a e.. o-. 7 'a--71 Bankof.ewbur--,--,
o4a blc ato h sti e A. t nL IdC1e donsiSnlthi otnF
of 4 I Gree .......... ..H SI-LK FOR DRFJ ANItbLOAE4 lauwtel ds,. --4t a+ IS -. L IT a... ~ask of Poi kee lee
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01, ogp trsa ilnrs~ybac fimrcandtity educi~ioni hAlso, I to n, bicdidS. tNorth. trig iudbemAda immed wiveam mth o *heneea hwp dbarl t ylesnd rlmuonro",_ 3a-E ZJJd..-1)a-Ctk










"o per, gse -r- d_.-- --ouni antoc i teupropr. Bank..
e WWIIhta e faciltyof commuicaton wt ths city by she a- Mra. Phelps wil irn this institution pursue the plan son; among which, are jrich figured hescry Glros e.n.. -. a 21 V- s atyBn
gent oatlandcrsaloa atfall n ourso htthe6day, ca4ntfal o ofedcationcommenedbyheratWestchester, Penn r,,,eoo ,'thrA- Af.iques, for
kFI.-r .Mui Profesfsor(Vocalabeappreciate C.n.. ..do.. .. ,d.Re.A N D DRAa E RSFlxM tt. a.. -- C...
.Di'.meml __p_ yeb..t., ock.,+.h5~hl+, id MsODEThoe foapm~e~ ~ reat continuatine. of sylvani., th~e daectaon of the establshment hemg Satins;nihhghtcol'dSilksfor qvenngdressea; am .ref. lb ....- 86 a -'--Do. IexMR .-,a CiiaaquaCo~nty Ban
Ph will* wholly under -e-co-troleofr ruPhlep adhs n fipguor.fadgred low priced silks, &cr &ac. o i w zCenthatdeg.t.90 a 9 -_ Do. Pine -- a -- Chemung. County an
after the 1st No,,h_ -.' .-/ .... L dance fro p rents .and guardilans innus new location. Mr.+ phelie willhave charge of the financial concern "a/EN'S UNDERt GARMEN T' -Ai at icle, Coahmieal t 7ja 140. Do. Albnydo- 16 a -- 19 Comnuamerz.al Bank. B
...w oriof C-aiety- Beig e fuly mevenowe his system T s h may be inte d th subject, .,.... w .. Copperas ...-- -- a 2 Plank, Geo..80 a 5 Commerca Bank, All
oi5 hIn &.'.F. mer. of education, he was obliged to look for a situation Phelp s awo u ld reafer for her -viws on education td her ca, n man ufacturee ,,,-. nandeof Seraony Woland. Drea s Ta 'r- 36 a 1 e'd psW.0.5 a--.rwu oer ty Bank,
d"e ........ ... d, ..... ldwmnu fthebactura manufae turffo alewon Olesale D~~n'B'- 3 -Ha'W ". lao~ut a










w~hi BY +TH!E CDUNTrBs OF e kinm more convenient than could be securedoputshe Works* prticulrl the 'eale Studentr' d ble th d g in b. tf om Es. r T 8- -- c C
I lyvl e, o .o..cl ah fir tho s ganly exercise wh i red noto bl t dresed tomthe pa.i.s ofoy Fe l emi. wdoubl mae treat, v e, bo e raesnpe t from e a t a a D es B nk nke

tnl E8yi~ bt Q K TijO U' G UT S ,the hlth,, lbhut of ,.stant utility, through life, will ia andat1831. Gputery eam~m ay ol ae rae eey;kdam t mf m A by ,ne W3.. a-+ 45 R-. 0.,hhd.a.3-- a amers&m ,.,matiufact
V" V3 Pal _a_ m_ beconstitute.. a. part of tw h system T-arkoont.thineingcthathe"withPhiladelphiaa'h hpalsc -... a ....G ...N. --a o Hri n e Cut yB
-" +-/] R E" C TI | 5 ., pupils will be instructed, at suitable 1i0tt1s, iii~ mg These Works are Familiar Lectures on Botany, enouh t coe.i conactwit th s-+.:-nsitive--. s-kia.-- a-nd.-.." --uepam, 25 a -- so i~an', Pmel7~ -. a0 -- H_.ghland- B. _.....ua
Mdihe suse ofecme amlirwihthe guntw, I' 'nah tditnc ro rict n, the1las t respetyhare 'sreallyw a lt otheybs bI,.











4 .. Couey~~,iyius g'f..io La riosorm. -ultur' botany, c & ,t Nata P hiloo phy,',,+ and. 'Chemistr, wit, small,,- t er OU t he mreee. f+ ,th caeuana,- pj.a --I T1IV D o ak. y p, 30 a -- 45 ieeronuo var i.,
uivere cogJtezne s-P ow s cam n; boks fof a tue adataelsiecsG olgyfr e t bd be hra .Ieccana. 45a 5 o lo.V.with0 -4 C.Bak











"Life amn j _nnsre b *itloga and a..f.ections. nyefrom th. study of o'det languages, combined ginners,' 'Dictionaar ofChemistry,' ',Caroline West- Also a good assortment of Ladlie's Under Garments .lalproot ... .. 34+ a Shingles, Gyi. ta -- 10s- Kigton Bnk,'Ulster Cu
11 orUTNAM, 161 Bwrawy, N.Y. ... withthr e Ancbanc.. Ther has been nov example of n erty, 'Female student, 'A Mother's Jour n-l,' and o .eio Sk Co to ad i eWol ,ou sa Dyed.....-- 24 a- e.e 4 a Lews County Ban k...
19 0 15..ry..n i is. .. ...y .lu bl sco_ s fr uy bi enn Sl k, Coff r tt on.an3dwortW ooldola pe urd.usu.al + 4 --++. .L












and fosle bdeb B Booksellers. so lwho!.'shis unnbiebtose~sk f .uent. the French aind Notes to the Tra~nslation of.Madame Necker deSau~s varietyofdescriptions, sizes &c L or e,8p~.-. 12|_a 1 Do. Cadat.----a 2-- rLitigensu~n~tyBa
o LAK .- m ,. u P Are Y, -panisafter two, ear' residence attmie Lyceum. t he sn re's 'mProgressive Eduation,'0prearedbyMrs. Wl-. oS LANET &. VAN ZA D 141 Maid-- Lan -adder,dsr4 1. a- ,6 Do.Compay30 -- a -.-- ,po--:---.
~~~ 4. + +rest; o ... h ... "e ""In 7 ....., & '+. thei re snsa ndila ivrht'etrs. "an ,a-" same+ -nei-ghbo-rh---ood.M
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i, .r N.Rh .ehoD y.. neivanapparatus ofNatoa thematio s ,ha ndnaN..PadandChMr.Phlso .....t" EW FALL GOODS.--P. & G. BROWN, 46 Manna .eo..-- a t __. Do. -- 1 +-- 5 echan~cs and Farer
i, %mlfo w atThSc to othe SchoolY. Pupils st "og Survey- ,Rs" EMORY,. ate of Baliowre. has opened i Canal street, bog to inform the ladies, of New litrte"It .. ....-2-..2 a -23" In'Aa "" aMill-i. M ats"ad Mea.....
"I S C _.LD ,S.. nwillb~e. nstructed by an eminent professor. .Y.I. P~rivateClass foi Boys, in Burlington, N.., York,, thatthey have.at .presenton hand a large and' lC ar.gl I C .n1.75 NsOrsin ha.....la84sasi n bc'nBank, Troy .....
in "I"* S O p L # EeLLyA W ,anr _cwork eg therdinsoal ,s 'Pael,.e, ne tecnsatdi9tono scmeltttr M .Iecuted n a risrempnortc.a tsnI toa erancya na 0l pet of. St-u--...3 a Mh w ...... ...
Irh k "311-19eotie tth olsoeotJ~rr Mn-CalsH isrw)wobinstems nqe. ~peur ~~os ~ l F wthi re c hntnl~e luTr.$- 2'~ndd .- 0a 3 ogmr+oBnz
P t TT "T 'TT 4o.38trhds. +au23 inal eeece st iey ihc.scladcevgae os sm uopnpcesqrue t!t-- Sy at.&Gu- a 0 x stt~nm
0.2 W goF.U -l -... F41 T,25.' ..... 1197,O41A01- ate atcl taimnta d enitecofiec t_ Haig aen lpucand en wthiree y e dy n Oi ieeo.4 _- 126 H y ~ t.-2 2 o~u~a onytnul on B n
f'. w w ,. ; a e v D u t ,+..,. '^~ .+ '.. u r C ha ne arge y u sfor Coard, e or merc a ntl e fe H t e motfd a taeest rm ,P Si. g.fel cnfdatt N o 931l n ..Mal_.,t7abe,,,. o .. Y. ,.
--- .. tt e 4s M VOMPA-4Y The ,o.. .. .. ..... ,.... ..ngle E oBn okz o e lusImpr.....ved" ..
a Ca]tret,"". ery at+2 0m lint, -is D a gr n thlr Mr ls. h tuitionsindter Enleiehe raenci te hnadh = is am invitedrtca lload minagh o ,aeravnae; ~ ._. __Inls, ''+a-, Otroak n~a
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ar., AM'vr infwnx hgot the S a rde of New.York andi else re, pupilsdr form drtof M own tnily; the dis. beu asrme o,., n iounal Fan do, d. n -- ad mer0an, a -P.&... a 33 7ler

may'& D IL E beTC obSw t ane d l as t twel e Boktoeoeeard wit Mon.et sce Charle s H.m id r whoprntl brinstrit eamos un queld .n Stpe D adGoods, o whc te are onstntl x e-nOp ium T r. 3 a 21 Do. ldtdd 2..- -o a~ Motomr -o Bank,
R1 .on 3 eattlnd a. eal 23m tinalerm l'erenc of a s .t pEtys higw classcal andoen..-
h. ,^ Broadw, las e touswndsobe thei olest eisit e nof a nul s obedieneedtothe regulatiowno of the household iseu Rich &gurecand figured strnpe, colored and.blueblack d l r.. .... 2S7 a 2 teenu
me ut la ~ ma mfi anar +N o, ".. a T his is nrescrbted l. tha e nest rM edtcine n now n o A e ar sb a t ,henh u n a a d cusy o o co o s e p r e pexa;a .t o n _. / 7+ a -- m +,. ; + = -
e eNSTRcUhTg a-,w.r fer the above named diseasesnr and most of the C iughs, ed. Unremitting attention is panders o and h Silks, a n great variety. nLa gro ou eater ae r -- U'a R ear Bak
AN fMI OU I U ti U omLo-n. reun complaints mand owel affections incident to family, as well as by the Tutorn to advance the moral A sple didassortment of Cashmere and Broche" 0a- II -- O2"" .. usw ar d.
-T M r-0-- m Lt- h Ly r country The summer a nd autumnal Diarrheas and iel ec tual impro Reme. n is of the pupils, and to pro- She a lsi unc gr lt re., aaneS rtl d,lo..- 2 a Aroch a, lbl.- 26 a 33ai Y ande u p r,
Smake such dreadful havoc among chdren, sweepinginstruction and worship of the family is in accordance T... a Se a
L seth"-wata f P1A1 4$.f- s ants to their veys r site of al rem s with the principles of the Protestant Episcopal Church. English Calicoes, black and colored grounds, chintZ Dm-ry Brp. 19 County Bank.
Bakt) (1; SNT 19 W te a.,14ull1prs1ibe, au neeryetben now t A rears bahyenatcul


No. W Bo a. -25 d. stressing disease, the Cholera Morbus, it never fails more the situation of Burlington renders it one of the k andcolored ground Mousselai n alt -, S tNe ubn Banks, 5 a,
Tu s M U L T IlS ., to p r ce the m ost hapmy effects, if the doses be in m ost desirable locations in our country for such an d c lvb-y style. In r ci erla I a 11-- OIL 8 -Wr1o a o m Ba
foreadrogac rheodoitof6,9.,, and l u2 n c o antsyand fBowel yaff cton incid establishment. The institution is conducted under l inens; Sheetings, Table Linen and Diaper, e naren sc ph .. o a 90 Fc 75 -- F ary Bank, 7
A II91ey l aaCofAtegenume)Ialty v enceofthe symptoms, which ought and can al. the advice of the Rt. Rev. Bishop Doane, and no ima Flannels, in great Vakie.y, all..kid, HollandA.A.ae7
d.i.n Gtranfe;t high, with.largecollateralwl ysbe done with perfect safety-ald if anyfailure ortant arrangement is made without his sanction.- Ribba, nHosiery, Gloves and Laes, Amer.flax a O gl....90 9 nupd
R s iTJh ee. i quInuire o!' elma eoxa&L i ( should occur, it must be r D owing to a criminal neali Fo tr all who may desire it, there are well qualified inray Velvets, o--atinN, and Embroideri0e, .- .-aon,, ",. Cit y B1ankMt "
v -.im t o33w nee It' eedily relieves Vomitings, Gripings, structors in the French, Spanish, Italian and German Demesac DMuslTs, Sheetings, andCantn lnnels, a 4 .- Prineron Bank......
S M nU T1CAULUS r-1000 ulent and pasmodic Cholics. Itsoanodyne proper languages. Also, Drawing, Painting, and Music. The Worsted Plnid brgt colors for boys'dresses, D WOODS-on Wale.-1 Morri Canal, $5 a.
J iftsL, M Ua e m a.ttca an A tr o tia s ookslt-,.-- t os rend er it peculiarly app cable in to am s, like number of scholars will be limited to sixteen; there- Black Bombaznes Crapes, Cakan a ric rods, c. h c. Dn r Br. 2 a &pt. .,.. 1 2 1u .....
r Le..9ere at a.neras m.wisel restlessness and wearmness of limbs. it is pe- ftore immediate application is desirable.. Each pupil fHILDREN'S HOSE-Condira ing white and Camwood. ....- 12-- Do. winter. 122 stteanN
saltees w



o B..nslp culiariy useful for children when teething, as it allays is expected to bring a Bible and Prayer book. scarlet, lambs-wool anid wer d H ose, of s up eri r Ba...- -- ., 2 a eCn
rYesfog a.e...in P -aes 7- a-- 0Flrneb..25 a---- Far. and Mech.BankR


a c 'llS wne.re raiosd from the f root prritatiOn induces moderate perspiratio and pro As the first term did not command till the 16th of quality and make, including all sies. These desirable uo ..- N B ........
- in'd- ... of.w h; they're duce$ sleep, being superior to the Elixir-Paregorc, September last, there no vacation Otober ofts and scarce goods were imported by the subscriber ex- Carth.gena and Oenabr-hs + 1 Cumbr'ld Bank, Bridg
annt~ O _f.lnSCtI.tfoew the too fee use of which has often proved injurious by year ; but hereafter the year will be divided into two pressly for his trade-now open and for sale by Maracaibo, 8 a 19 --" PAINTS-lb-" "" _- t .
better rt- -. au visceral obstructions, inflammation and fever, terms of five months each--commencin the first J. BATTIN, Dealer in Hosiery, LogCam.....S2-a 3- eadred Am- 7a MountHolly, Bank.
a m r w d r "M t Ift 4ia n H o t H o u m a ; t, y u i n e s e d e a4n oS t D m '2 6W h E ur y u, u u r 1
froe r.t.i. .eeI f,. with large collateral- Tvio medicine discovered tou be a certain and Wednesday in May, and the first Wednesday ind No- 276 Greenwich street, betweeai Warren and Do. St.Dom.. .ye- 13 a 14
Iresfourtobi es. Inqie of-Bltnu, FoH&L wynbdon it eret aet-ndi ayfalreprtn5aragmetismdedt u iOanton-Rib.s.oseyGovsan.acs,,eraf lx, a--.lve.....9 TrnonBnkn C



-- af... ii effectuala remedy for the intestinal diseases produced member. Terms-Board and tuition, including fuel, o4 a Chambers sts. Do.Honda N -2 ao.gd P...-- 10 a an up ward.
va a eo a-e m- i o BndIseetthsn eiatrthe by the drinking of the wateves ofm then vers p intthe lights, bedding, washing and mending, a125 per term DoDesuL Seet gs Canto Flannels iaterso nl^ .1 a 1 Linseda B n a Morrs
&Jps f 'se T,.~it~ in aties or alto- ties rend southern and southwestern Staites, which renders it n bof s ho lars willa b elixteen; th er- Bl ack o aLnoe S Crea eT Sari hdes &c & r.. a 3 D- m a 1 15 up wad ........
erim f ^ ow b c if'ere- at any streh, y wi est alessn ss a vwle e to those w ho reside or travel in R eferenedaes- p ltR ev G iW D oan be -, B uE r huington, H ILDEtsr ow E -on -rins wD o .. c35 a 17 Do. w n tlr. 2 a _0 Ptte on Bank t do r
TOER M & J. H. FOsTER, M rations put up for public use, to be indiscriminately do ReEdw M Van Deun Prince Gorge's E do F1 a-4 rid
N dew t ~ 4~ oxseq in c f whih withey oa e d ne sti aleep, val u pe ro to thos h e sEixi r trare loricn Sept mere l st e eino v c tociecoesfti n s a c o d eei p re b h u s rb r e S va ia o t 2 6 OS B R S y .
are ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ot plsvuiI oin otHue; th os eycau i ongvscealobstru ctounsr, ifaiutNnan ee teJs oflieH o nths e. all, -o.;me ncingE ytD.Rgr'Ptheertn.Bt TLDedrinosirLogmam..2...3..ear. m-(10 Mut oly an.
awe fr om Iur Ty.,xle iwt'lrgnolltrl T inv edcntoa ae tis d tiscov eredato e ofa llce rtan-n e D. esdayt i noeM aad.; thev. J. rstK.Wednesday i NoD2. Geen ic stee, hewezi Warenad o. c om. .6 -a 2 h. 3a -1 use a k ne
Fr., 1711hM.D. &effeFST RMcrttnpual rmedyforputh uein t oest inal disae roduaelydo. Rveae.TErwnMs-Bardand tuitin, Pincludinrg fe'sl, 4 Chamers ta. Do. HonuxS26- a26- D.gd i.--1 a I & O akEzbt

DNISTNo.3Pirklaee. ndemned b many, either from selfish motives, or a county, h.; wm. bawle sq. iadepa ea- SilkWe-re D a- P" e s Bankat Catmn
h funt, Md. Win. awleEsq.JhiladephierBenjaBailkardo,

e o. L as happy tl atsfe t hic friaendso and desire to discotver untcommeon skill without know e minTlghmian, Esq. do..; John Bernabeu,Busql do., Twilled Plaid do .D Fi oH ip bw na-_- ... PiNr.Ivm-.a
pn p tcokp ry to a tf aihD. my thing of their composition or medical virtues, an Rev. Dr. Williams, do., S JDonaldson. Esq. Balti- Light c colors and fast dyes do Coddrycwt. a 2 50 Do. Amer.... 75 a 0 aepa ans
Foer, of Bowbn, 0.who .coBm ete 11 ,p oMd ional Stu. notwithstanding however unjust such decisions may more; J. J. Donaldson, Esq ._do .;mWi _.W oodville, Es Thybet and Mer mno do _Do. 3 .d, cwt. 1 7 a 2 P.White,Eng 1 95 a 2l .ank o U nambu our,
dieT(vath v tBetahM e wiiths thteunaef e oe ale aiad beor whatever weight they may have, yet he con- do.; G. W W ilPamson, s. UU. ha w, r, English Canton do ,Do pCK'd.bb a 4 50 a so. lmer. 0 a 1 872' an;,under $,
ecieinmnoof wood&Tucker, of BOs- fidently believes this medicine, prepared with the Esq.udo.;oS.O.iHoffman,tEsq.hdo.;JohniGibsongEsq. mcn do E almonu E p. ol0a d.
).O W~ b st a ah p w th r. ny thi g o th ir o m osiion or ed cal vir ues an R v. r.1 ill a m,-d3S TDo ald onEsIB-t- L ght col rsandTas dy s d Cod y, wt0--3 45.8m0eD .iA er.n.d7oa.sa90lhoad lpha1B nk30h


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- Do.pohled....- ..413 & Mer.AsaizI........M782,11 16.
186 CommOL.....1a 64 = mxraig 7pp
001 Palles.super~....60 a I Up 41OI
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-7 a. d. a- d
6 Qeuon-44b..... -a--..sn
Tobacco, bi..- sfa -46 !V-ji
j Flaxseeed,tc.. a -- b V % ixeffW
Nu~ava1see., a .- ,-,. A
flou T...a... 72!'4.bruadyt..
:'O 1b. 0..1 i .a0dwe have n
Z104 SEAM ENSP WAGJ8 ---actions .
7 withemaulJszeres. ke. ia, Lt
~To Europs~per mo $16a. A. #"i
-15 n &N% FiPih-The market hu 111800112i -
- 10 Coadtng...-161a- -.with adOtt.la-mras ja
Z Indies-...14 &a-'a!-
721So SouthA America..I. S-a z of mest desm iq
- B0 ills on London 00ays sul T rh a
- ~sterling... 6,41afrmr hi~a
-llF~rance ....s516a- 117J. 259a'60,.r~ a ~netoi
-121' lland, gull.. 404s -41 Machere include No.-1a:$37 "1,
Ham bg, M.B., agle 7 7-aS 1; N o. 7,hj ,
Bostolatnioh. S 54ktour previous rapmt. S"le -f-e-'- -
- 90 Phild'a Jo... sajo19.1'Is15a 17 centsaper lt, showi~g g04M4
- 99 Halilhore..do,... W aINa rates of I a2 cents,. We havejo
- 60 Rlchmond..do... 2 2iSdis othei de stptions. ,~
-S8 N'.Carollna.do... :4 a # die FMew- aud e-T.a
-20o Charlestoa.do ... 4 a 5 dis exte"8Ve than 'oiin'i~e
savanusah.do ... 5 6 8;44 rimoktw~l b.~e.
N.Orleazis..do.. 8gi a *tla iwe m go -sw ,i o ~ i ~ i-
-21 American Gold. 7 a ppw e nieanf-n
-- Do. Raw coin.,.. a31a sml unt"O
Poituiguesea old'par a -j-I.=25-1 PV:S aetof- thse- de~1
15S Sovereignas... 486a# ~,7j, Vw1xch ,AWbe
-14 Heavy Gu19s. 4 96 af f;Sii;I
18 Siri anishdols..j-!4 51pEP about mmjwjia, *A t.
-22 Carlu..do..- W-for
-23 N1ezicaui, i or --all'.4m b i aboe f1.-H4,t
-23 FIve fr. pieces. g4ja firCE.a
-19 Dounloons ... .16 20.a16 30' 1110Mnall at q=4atdoiuFbr
-16 Do Patriot.. 15 g,* & IS76 and Itichownd Cauntry
10T'E TABLEIP.sale" ;theplo
York Bank ..,. ajml(. EXPOM 4zns~wt titi,,
IILWAR -11552bril.
.::o!IAll IBank. In thalae & ...- l'4iwzeaoiw1"t one sun me*iinPIi
MAava.IN auctton, and "oJ111; vpeawh Wu~.
.....do Union Bank, Bsl"0na6. ... rr previm saslep. thoyen Soldit
....do Baltimore fak...
IMine14ral BD. -Camberlatl 15Wbxg. 'BUDA 41AM )i
dsjll90on q ge ~aU....2W 4r.d&651I; 86- 6..9014
.oDisraser ol COLUMB.j:. 81,14 a $1,75; ad2WkI
...do Bank Of ibe BMetropo~s, each ontheas usal tii -A1 .
.... -do bleriden Bank.;,. inferior qV&Wiy,-&at-3j it4,2 mik*
d..o citufd bank... .
.... do Bun 4; $40Tl i~.ow~aapJ
..do Kant'sank....,....... C rmam
....do Warren Bank........x
-..pat New OreadPaI0.., n rjImt ibi
VOwl fshinglt. J
Other B~ank i hs` ie. br... a

.... dpIarif.d ai*. I e9t Wte rhlg, we ndIbv 1'F~~~
.dFa.IN~ehanka an' nk..1 bushel t7S I u,~l
at. 2 CI~nnftecut Rlv. Bkt. Co ..I It70
*-- IMKddIsma 11Co. -Bank ..... I .m


....do Whee Nm O t.lo'.. Na1 Saw-Some farlha-' rWfd-' -
....* e &M? I.1echanl cfaj Turpentine have been mta def + .A'
.I ,wnee ... cels.."The.e .ipt ..of T"pnti. V*
...do NOsXTO C'a'M*Aacia emisvry& drAW fs",ik41~
... do State Bank and Dra h.e, Tr ran y dS-t' l I .^ I '---
k...do Newbernand (..r'--' 0al"s-We have lt :.
do .0 or AOIA'"Impoirtance, Ih akr*wq;eci f~^ fm
..:.do Charleston Baake,..-, scriptions. In Olive, we bave o t
* *d "' G"o* ..ice. Linseed has deced, ers e 1
...do BankJof-Augilsta submit toa reduction from -last te' t
"".V 48t Bank, avannah..-. For Whale, the demai has rbe. ,, ,4ed
.... I Planters' Bank, Sav...without + -. toi ,o.
BankofDarlen... ...... without anytramnetHu mtored, or e=smuI.h I I
nd ALAB.AA', With Sperms, the market is bAUeraupp'l.tLAtjt .t "
...par MobileBank.,,.. been, and. saleshave beep made at qGgtmNmB y r ,,i
i- Tombecda Bank...... Provisions-We am without, anty pt'th-,, i .1P
. .o FLoIDA. to notice, the market retainuimg vgry -j "
$5 Southern Life Inurance scriptions, and transactioes ttdingon ~' t 1
..i nd5BankofPa ""o'*-, for home consumption, at prtceoMrn'S "
....+4+B+ankofForidao.. """.. previous reports, with the exzon _Pg b-'
nd Central Bankof Florda" which wequo at S11,50ita in.fi'Wt ,,+..
...par Com. Bank of Florida.... and lower County. Ornp County U Bnt.i.hi4 j:-
. Ienalon Ba"nk of Florida in but sparingly; Wetrna however,.' is lj -llI
J..d& -l andBracbes.......... market, andwe reduce to 12 a a l6 u. .
.at "L LoujFAAre, e euet 2a)
atdip _, LouiPI also,the stock is abundant for t4e me "r '
.dup.Sew. rleans sanir q 6ns ..... m_ ... 1 k. +-+ .m' ,,
a- Mi9s81PPn --. qted8a9eents. Epoiftsis?
..... 4atcnez Bank+ .......BMef.220-brlsrort.w96.; ;',"
-. Planters' Bank, Ngtcbes.: Rice-We have so articllrt
0. .... KZeNTUCX. demand being yet very limited, an.d 6 1. B4 11i-: ..
h_ kan ofLOulsvile`..r.;......- parcels for hono uass,w wlputany-Cgan
... Bank of KeuckY-...-- Salt-We notice the saleof 14,090 S l
.'.Northe a Bank of]Ken.,..owm nt~~ ncro a
on nro. on terms not made pubic. One S9 9
in Bank ofCleveland. ... with parcels of Liverpool Sack, arm y0et As ,+ .
... BankofMawsillon.... sold. ''
0... 1 Bank ofSandusky.....,' Spices-The market continues Very quiq- oeit" ''
.... Bank of Chilicote~.9........ have no further transactions toreoqrd. "--3' -
so.- an ot fMarietta-- .... Spirits-The n-market is without t my imnrm .A i
....- ank of Zanesvrlle....,.. and sales coptinme to he made to avery li.imiufd.t .
..I'al0 Comnercal Bank.......- onl to the trade. We have only to n Ioe ep I ,. *
i..7a10 Commrial-Bank..,,.,
g...- Corn. Bank of Lake -e"- half pipes J. J. Dupuy Brandy, at fl,.a 6m<.: .
itv..- Franklin Bank....... mestic Whiskey is in better ctemad; -of'at.Io,
nty.do Franklin Bank, of Col.. erable quantities, in brls, 'have bee i Ieehnf3rei M
k --doLn ear. ar Mo, .._i. .1k- 1- d, J


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!i -i '" aii giD i.ii .
Sremind the Ibver of fi awmusic,
eminln. .young lirtist we yesierdaslt
[Lakes his firOppearance here t
Sof fae iswaw tiMd. -, attn,
AJ a*iwl t we w mi


40 w;l be a=t.ou.dto ento
:- : .." .* the popons Isaglage of the I~brewv bard, 'w -- performance of 'te omnositiors "'- 8 t _~

Woon PA;M i7 -No tht t, lbiic 'th on the wing- of the wind' '-.[Burns.] pew s chool of ianists, THALEG, CO ---
". '- ,' ,. .,f-ofi 76 re- B9 f ,jsa w m a w h at eng ag ed on the st* t of im .o ft .. ... ... .. cour sei ew; ... anii- Hco Hw
k R. and, ents n the paving of street#, it may be as NEW-T K tmu to specie. -. r 1
!:.. *^ H?,"nptfpus to know what has been done in other WEDNESDAY EVENING, -,Ylt B 1S 'toi o(abex. -. 0 d d
O(I?1soy,(Whi paper) says: [Froms thePiudliaN .Go.ofeaed .] 6 .8.
|ge Cti ^ties. In London, a series of experiments .' OW do nowouil The Pl. -resien a in th from .s
been for spine tud* going on, and the encoura- Nogtoz 111 Wall arast, c o W d
m;tit. Perhaps" the Wythe are inh-rcntly rotten, B N Jeiu a o
I "Ztms"^t ,a^^wsa yPro0eeae0 toux'oa steet,,or e pa .p at from 9 1-3 to 10, per cent. This settles the .The New york Bank, (Hand firm, +and breast the ment. and filted the windows. On the wlhf the 265 + Stonmr
gin- rpl6tsio the trial report and rewoo mmendat bloks are nouew -iNo papers southottion of shingte came to any stormis method of prolonging a loathsoe Govern- arrangeme wa o a teDffair, andwas condtted
^ -";s-r* the re*tr1 as to the plan which it would be most adi t mt may compel them torok yield; b t i ur it pefetorder the President atobe I T,
.~ f... "h, i "ad 'this mornring. o no Torr "n adbyra.*.--an wf yoper -god in
: "& 1T. l .o ad.p. ehten tim ie Wealowk nt icedn th the lats H Iondggs Bu b ita


.htae malf^ nd eVinteryhcee stwhicheedupwith the timid; .bot the sdity of our Banks. There ,ad. he was waited unon by the Myor and Co'ecils eri 20 -. Uticaw




,'SS-SS._ rt25we e^c^ L,^ id~s asphalte, were found to be in excellent con- "11 be more bill on England thn nuyen--nd to form the bas' fl new- institutions, for' f~utue rtzen, generally. It is worthy of note that, the 25 -- d
g YTH~~ETcO. mr: Titwn, as wQE, also the grate laiB down by the -,o .. oeons tmht eeendered somewhat ft Dtrcts of ensmgtonit taP nsEVE 75 -D oba
lSBt", .eS. .. .. a h u tonethe. ^e Bastenne and Oau- o l b ... aa the BaS should have.ud it all out; butthe fact o thouewar, were esoecNy York, in, t. le_
S. ..._ a .l .. t t b a on the crBank of America, orwar appe m e m rlt- is welT known, that (N. Was drained teyNer Yosk, graos of the parade, who y dowe, SWhigge u
at fo91-to10_.e cent. Thssue h Th e okBns* s'ibe ardOnts the ments 85 d
t6fsit ry, be.t _o ad- question oonntdc,, et i the ofrpet to-y a ce s ped to enm as rapid ly as it was o r if sPeecilre pre s nt co .,s o i -
considerable mwa
*." --j-g:visbleto a. *Thee blocks of granite laid downe, quenlyermovesonemf tt scee.cow.tht.la. .a t.:y will pass th e fiey odin scath ed. ip o dl th and Fourt sprits is lodgi
S and .',e interstices of which are fil .led up wi'thC a-t e stronger and no g, t may sbie ao um- k, eora e. rps P s'. .- Bank o wely at N n the w re int heee na oW
S.1 m beutdinto wooden blocksphalte, wethe surfacund t be was found to be as big ,l ,l, ,., t,,.,h ,,,,oo,, nlando now s mchiendrasied by her cnt,- tor eons to ps through Chesnut andArch 75 d
wilh berra more bill on tEnld ofa Nuew sn to for ahd K::sAE DeWlaitt or-utr
ma 4U . d. F" itiof. urwas also the granite laid down by til aanrn t reato n s, i smrig h eut yi Stiseo we suso se we m25st u
Sy I.A 'letter fro m Mein .... .. .. o Bak f e correctly fome, this systemof oebles God and not look agfJ horse m the mouth. Ken
I (SI,. _W bave .stfa o, Bthe,,. ,,, ,,.o, Th uoW, .y. ....t From the eastward, says the Boston Couder of rations has almieadyreoe t b f tde spee pabd We egret that pubis duty so soon oblthges the 5 S
B. astnri arr Gau-r-ro on yesterday, we hear of no signs ofsuspension. We out y the Banks hiate ptio oi tal ir 5 note;. Pbeutent tfc aveiPhlaelpha, weer s y av we b Farmt
240ot Xt6,rjcbiue bdwllsodth etbtheeadis well known, tAt ;tvas 'drained to New Yoitk, 11abigersofteadwoalwe iWhg- -
e. pe .6.*. wit.h a decy made there e ; but the tnd si he confidence in the street to-da is and thence shippednay.lastw n hua dried l a xi-eght wry of Philadlhi wpr ontmeto cetveovYa,.er o f Cato
tere b,,rtt ^ powerm.fst was ftlnd to be perfectly sound, and the di m an i s trin a o oongerayart uohave been ssini tho Bea orfke -onli Ninthan Fu rt st e hIto ao ho u,.sptalty 3 m bcaal
7 Um1h a ,^ .. .. -g _f t . olo dees wl" ootm no permanent waver n Nwfl l of which was ,krchase at a preninm thf sue to huself. to -- d
a i w to ,l ss e o o ed and reaffirmed can shk the ability of gand, now so much, k barred by her conti- for proe n o ps r h e t dA h ~
*-lrlidsmooth andg the immas when weight laid down. Fi the vehicles of .. nen. tal rel f atBions. streets nvoy of the Emperor of Russe ae coms- 6 B dk
: .ltter f MX, cothnuale y passbgover them, was scarcely percep- "T conrkt k W. e entirely. By this means, thei hay retained the mumblated tG o an apartment of State the follow- 2 --
S l~ 1 t-W atnre tle. i completed the survey of the road, the From the eastward, says the Boston Courier of ratios has akeady tine O .fortfof the of o ommuny, instead in regr


gifted with a decy had adjourned to thearance ; but those for the specie or their otes, unless the New York an in Thursday last wo hundred and _ixty-eight CO M i rc TO VSSLS TIo ro T Russ.
r ,VtS 3Satwas found to dlbe perfectly sound, and the a diminu- oldest wo l oban i n usperain thuons and of r haverse been shPpe4 to NeWYHrk ALTIC ken of resit. of h .aloi t a- l....




'S : ., .- -- o- t l~atlnf : :m-.ale aIn a a B...o, ,.. o.Te ..T~~ ^ o P^. T.-H ,. 8..^^ to .,. add,,^K.- or,,. 80 ph, ,
..im of ther length of the blocks, twelve inches, not- wat du-toi...
wne O.a t ears to te omtte thatte woo England o th withm the lat.-n onth erly prification of vessels and oods ithe Enlih count oc
S- vmg has proved itself equal to the traffic and p ...... .. 000 ave been pa ut of this cty spec, o quarnte establishment t State Grk'Mi- The eelg
_n g. ,. os the w ime ef .ford street; ar it is Uhere- ..'Be Hartford paper of yesterday says- We infer that the B'a .i wl i fod gaven, and Mot per. oan near ussiash ent-re.
..m kBW&lOTYP.--I.we beneve fo teo-e_ .- re "- "' V . ammsh the statements which its charter requireS, of four millions were due, and Wottli have been paid. has determined that henceforward all vessels~wrt
Th Conetiu Bak 'w believe to bee einr 'aa
f.Ytt.on, ofBernhaginvenw- coa.tely peiover o the ..as. a rely .p iot liabilities and assets, and generally setting orth Ony the day of the suspensthe one of the Beankie their cargoes of suspected goods which may have flow Z -
i correct na v of oat le t Having e ooen om pavteg or that th orougare, sub-the healthy condition. It is amond they wi conmstanes to hay silver for the future use of hU.commn ripts been pufied ts either those three establishments, 1neprtd ye



Se.no a Committee adjourned to the ourt-hojset to certain conditionsspeciend regulations." since the previous tIsout day. W le, there- shou be admitted into the Russian ports on the To .
*.- t I wowith heltaoe seen e V aetar t-bro es, hao his ptc ket t ickew d of a the public have no means of forming an accurate that over-trding, ontehmting an.d overspecu- otherquarantine. Theywill, however, ntinue to uaante from to




S th, m nte a 0- Poket-baok, contains Bank of Enland notes udment as to th e w h laton e been the. grelt evils of the i st sew obtain an attestation to the same effect from theead at 7a9
altmgs,.he wa and heques to the amount of a600 n drain the i. si e up ts in r .stit yeurs-fwhoe we seto the nwcesinty of economy, re- Dano sh paranten e estabao shments. 100 Ibsre.
of s S.j 711_ ,.,ant .etat-es e Wsomt tht time-ewtts. .lookin abn atsthe ashond window- of a its s conducted, and or o g r ee value ot its stock, fom,, and retr heshm ent, oB aa- the business otera- c os pe dooswwch .ma ha
^ ob Btai bram istall wd bold pYo oi cture shop b lhe ptranort London If, then, all be right, thi requmston of the Ste stons and expenses f fe, tan while we admit the uTE SN ith of ThAoset.-We yesterday bs, eod
*. aB^'^P r, .ms napds nen m A .B..-oB .,.;u__ himself ,, Ca__,_ Rn ,! Auditor should be looked upon by the Bank, as^en fecessity of some further restrictions and cnecs teedthe arrival of the annual caravan of the Senta 3000 Vken -t









J les ita. thaen .' to c -,E erticod ns a ndtsph Ia so n e te ofk--vae it ctu al that thes country nas "ne the ....i.. Whl e th er.r e have into te "u n rts a the ....The i
..t.y sa l s le rj t regulatio n e," Po-st) foe 'wi A, yt e areet s spbe ds t i.dte d ecesev ry,.. t.pasrBt onpaset ae rt iat provin gt ta th ey prisn 1158 halet





)isoFaoushBOOTY-fOn Sattday. mo.rnn g'Mr. haveongf ew eZealand, whhas given what he cneetlis which it calls fotw will oreehl wert witha h Ybet.he pf ..t.u ug an wk 2 r
theL bast S. .. be ofgxfoedr toh ebeve. inhey the street ; to i h the nd doltlarsl en thaM. ,lr 1
a 'hi S,,w. famishv e te the stateerk toess. Fiun and tat overtra d i, oh. .. of v p. c- .ote qa e Te wl h e hs to bala
ths7AIllav ead hie pocke pike of a the pl hv no means of forming an acurt
;.-.. of '~~ ..~eth4,ag t.b -.l. pokt-book,, i,, r conaiin Bank of. Engan ntes.. judgment asno to the mannrinwhic thet istrituso laion h afety been" thegreteil fthe last, of.tew+ obai ant lattelystain to mother samed efec frkom the ,ea at= .a,
14w ...... tim h w o i at th s windo ofra.. : retrnthe oi ou -h b usines s ow antf o- Cwthe abing Co h ou ub an ctd L .a, mr.t 'its. teeit bllt.
of Beiubru.. ny ....oB? pitr shp inh e sad Lo i, I ndo aIf, the n al lbrig thie solequ is itio n of the preous tn ngpnss l nh ile et admit t S w w te Tem a hW sterdy 8ch.
aggiravat its actus ib that ths ttv....
*uA M yars, ah pcure. slne k FA. rso sOTYling hi Sel Catrles. Baroing de Auio hul eloeduo yth k s fore weaessitofspome fath erpresrcation andr checks Baticdh ariaofteananaaano h at e t3


.. ..... SioviChef i;n o h londegse ere withena any i onbytheqcunty, tas ne alculte th Bni u ei symtet gneols -we eed y 'F tamdsWh sintce uero th 3 thame Lav ,me
E dirth, 4WS tift s be i s to e Wale arte oo heabeao f th e in bo- ofe clarie ppiet nerand opreation and ithe eeryseu the quareaint sausen so Ner rend ered ncsatr, I a ; pathasr abu t wr an teiy brn H.y-.S ale
o; -d" c ".^ aew if th Bak w l ot ettheen thier no bte on hundie an acurtey tda o .. h und rleder



of bgh i tn.st. an e a ld hat he sl wich it n cl f ill de oxpcm w gl s yon th ree l o f the t.lhouan dolar inn sani.
) '- -eute ,f'n po eae k, the aliadnrege." frnof M ntl tsb el e rt h in atnerad tlav to oeu c fo the mnjraty of wthieo t at a ent omuatey am Chdsofe Jo w hg o t



-the nh c o H .ng i t da anxiey It i s notto.be ievied, tha esriu ree ef a n e ra cer s on o r i sht
m "-fo thnd teSqu"s ighrle sr cof 1600, declare thet mishivs abtonte du sotnedn of the vank, eit iarahe. to cunt foormd, wod w-reracac somewh innes ther a- O al



rzms-satmtehe"Tib es,"e noili ving nlthes .us. a gch o many h bnt ernal' imro e d its cn e wlFth thebex Bof 4a.tn(o ,, which the ai rt J ofn nmi ta, and rbed m me a.,
tim e.e a o he w. 'k in at ofe.sho wondowof a
-f hawbBawi of would w Ife may hereafte prhs mayht continue tuisin ofe tte P toul and expenses of, life, and winilt we the pament Suteaid 4n noew ^hir "f s 100, adhrpt
...h l '1.".a. -b.e r- Ere eo ft herai otswtenr eore- teonLo .bo r the eote o he o n h .^ on ptrie tsho* p.. in, the. o. ,i
.aW. Audiato toil e dlwek n bthe m tha t lie wll adverisa e e or saleg_ T he suspensio pofl 1837 fuounditr as wasogether meta.s, an eq a.-,t "tdFbstreandches t thethine the N th '
K im H, the"p'iT' t' '. h'- r uA...r r monthsaki. such,,.i n ldsas ghndmayah-o ose 1'Ari o a*r e se t of """derIa u o ,"
~*atieh t d.i^rry, orei; Ch6tIief, King iuf puerall undnerMst geat exteinded ouintevry, dim-cre r M S et )ton O ordarSo
hale. an acre; that 25 r na of tee-i xwth mio due from the rect ste r a Fewtdsspecinwo anld Aerw into our A acst ha



'e Wd do'v31 *-taht, the aag o, te peenf ulfl w the .o- "ot woul aty fis be wihti oU @ s -e' ard tyne ed psateslf
ho~dl~ltd -if theh Bit"omsle f an hal*o91oe't'oclth nontfo teinovet itreteextenda .Ottewhlheehaeivryi rueen ore wowa tid eor n achlstfr m






tp*. ...id ... t p.ro.eSnemg. otf v ario os adaother p f el swe .e ; withho main y of .11 ohriions invesed-.n to kaieep upsy peci payets., ,ndrts,. mint, city.. dmeator ondentdicn awamye T ,thp s lofId e ofound c haY g f als
.a ft6 s tn i y.o .. g .Neo Zte amn f h tes abgi nes the istE
.,,.* r i i l bt cwa no t eo such bon e d the sae th br a s ote otltd Ba f e a o lonn t sy re s c it ..he whc tesfr ele as mcolde a by
*tni e he dk^et'ot ." peasle o am Bnoev e.aa nher' g w h nf the tta leloann unetben ,_ l.....i....... dayl as hd bn fo ll ter a
M an xiety. Ite io nis i n ol i ovemen a thath bse remanstraqul rathew oinurk oelf 4th P party woo e imsrfe ,O tvace I








^^^^^^^ff^ ^S ,,t,2,.:the ?ronipce of^ t cyP"16ta Hoiaga this 7t day of 644trr --l~ I~ n~~-,I, cunt;;;;;.^-;;20:1 foS^^
insw made his home with himthe soudesotheBast.
t ad be.- T ing thelarles o Kingo Charles, tvy Muc d g- ti its capital l rel n- ertjoon. Mr.e; aKe: fro 4the emjoret ofNofther aindw... oirmh. (as 21,o9 of De.
.-- .._J a ",d-t r .- a Hence, bs was beru ev d,. the ua CTribiese o n Wiys an leans, made man r e ,a.ort ins cu. an red J h nr s on c l be f ou and Ne w-O HE
-. -~~~ Sr'vjuwwieb-bLmay ere ifter ucaet may~r tonb et i ih wih fe eiinugtehe um s tho Sx- Id~ o peies m s allnt etilsues othied amui -ishei bmon












".... -hei '^ 1^ #&ira f M thiautyw hich, however, upon ."."" mn oe thc are tia uhder tchth e draen- i ni.' ...,. ,o Smith,, wr,0J ordan.decli
his teaki rnhau. membhrtatops, the fala n i teao wor/'e' ^ A ,. Sp.ce h goen into ther --gg 28 hs it















L. ''*^B ^ ^J ^^ ^ .gyL .E' th w h aho ispeetppan wil becom det fthe Ban mih be mor reepadt-ily camdes, at tiil b te cogain ;ce, mad ae a nvoybo l hold mg Tofthewtneses.A elert wasmad by EO^
aglE'B.of .i.. dw- ere al Ue the motet them t hat slie wil avri foro .a sa.e7ou: d be ra I t.Jnes, .etuit
Alik is his &m se- ever th1 ree l m uonts such vlansa e meaaycooses T he supnso of1 oudia wa gen so fmetal,,btan e te whf d. be measttae ie sw fnd~~w 4-i k>
todispose of a to f Op r unTrt d, M getl exteEnded, inevery ibe ef t andased retative wa.aga. b76.01. Meanetime,
-be ,be:. an a. e..tha 5 klient. th .r t T, p f t2 Soutthpand







th k*s: Wens, it frm the inlvent ner here aid *. On the waoles wi
ent of*^S pBM~f^ ^ vateyrious srtsrfandceothery~s I25aoprter'tB^o~euif, ^ e dr av evr indceen Co-o th bweone





'P'~' ~ uI~les~isd~5hi S~ it'. tott, the im ro em n o~f tehe Aboriines, lehr with wmaadofetni nyntef o fhe millown lsss wlaveate to Fprup Lspei psymaitht t and thus-. WI v ntt m' tcitnealy







^B BHK 00 s^^oilg ce at; W~-~.- J^ P.t DOW^c-n^^ S^
be* YIe1tefmi njupeotd Swo" the purchaseoflandsdby com- v ar.iu inga io 3an with the boeb tseas M, W York. NAw Yo Vdim, sith 9 day of NC




*lah.W.M sils or ind thvideuaols, bt. aillut ely accord.euc tn e withhodidW g of all ofcial reports, servk fin having money to any remit to him corres- a tf e Skippin Li,] awillah
ragep co plaino I~toere willa
__,- mi! di.,,tUY t. 6.or .whins .o.n.oal rithetse managedethe acekoesense, to magnify, and whon allknewther'& andO t inty, andtherw'-.. o EaporTOdfRePOBale. rASe
Thie iinh thisc doaf onn thates COeTO CRP OFrs Branc UyeTAstfoemrtdoaheC'
a -. *........... ... u i s wih litle large amount of its mean w- uiuveste in ig corrrnpondedt to his New York reditor. Mr.y e---- from------majori ty O p For tsatah
dayik~mm, it w0n -dfitc Ia arisen, ha father arts
il"a N mu~;a~mnsqur~n amn e as e. Hence, as.. was beieed th reutac Ciitt~on W_17 whans mard be.'en'rt in men ...... ~z 71 oe'ou.





SiT interest .depg tode, theiropinion. lehaagaduallyfm veble scurnie, ad consequently out, 0its own inu_ t 7,e hn.ac.. ng. lbetween t .eirmmssppi----------ie,4 1,e'75 "Aganstthe el
V" Jlavengusd wih wichafte resstin tothe tmos thevi ac~roi Ne Yrk ig n orte ertiente aid theyaon lbtea
9e, 4ai Mimtist ,ountr, whchweeuonto.- laaa-----2172 3987 Atheam6
the.prc.ple"-hatself.. ."Fl ri d M @r i will ........7,17 tos





.]!t tt.'aat bein.~rreiuy um eveie t man n his Council, he It a very prolabl)e tlht this policy w,.a ,,adote tio ,s tll+# rt law O1Inature. They wll niot sac.- (~srgia---------0.....04.10. he. aid.. t..
l-eve,, u, h t. m exj.ta that, owin to the a te p, e por t empy ri of Soutih Ca.lna-------210,171 2 of James Gu'qc0
advi.e. Ire .apiqu u b.com di- cam. ant p_...; mmwit adt n-; tun ,, Norh aroia........ 1 ,136 21,49 ofd Deceaer u
dfU:,o -ho~ fw w ve l To,: graif suh..i-M. ....... .
S~~~~~~~~I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a thiid-n te~osnij u,~poed, is the in@d toihavetbeendltrely a''" tor smaie fns6 a theI~s prba .f their whchtheBra n-h tesimgoniay---- 2o,0
-yth an abkeve ise h olwngs~tnto





s -l ,,. ,1,.eo.t ey adp e a..u,il'!v far ineL the extreme is of prices, the suspnedblances and ou~tst!M ettutio.m,-ltem f. them. Such ham bnthe At other ports 2, 0. _J..C
R -eXi. 6*esor tunut e n pvate, usrwnias hi, ang debts of the Bak might -emor-edl m.a ease soitwlbe-a.-in. we ma. rave about sh- bae ------ 4 f the aecet
Swedese +wpm p~iaos of. ask he~ f I .. .. ,,twd1,0147 rreh S




S wed w Y teniong ra cin th e cacs r it, faithful feliln of contracts, lod
-'a4 #.. fosuta stay v.olent -__emu.e h ae been unond, -- .so oh, bUt all the whit. we ms take en uswe .. Manufctured--------276,018 Se of
-_ol .io r:rea y;. ded .... .. j0.. cqisq.qc haeldd an ot asWewou ave4hem.. Sheriffs Offe
i~~ m iq, !.su e n mw m a u d mw l le l u e~ mn me a ti .o n d isas rouse + qq+ ,+ t = I : +.A l f e n b
'" -- .- -n Jl ." atro et .... .lt.no..e.t ITE MS ,he- vence
... ams n a tr.. a. ... 'o a_ .umr.eo a _e try..nsys.- I, by an opposite eansejthe Ban, on reenmuh,E.di I,,te to t o ftte er 13h lt .et. All.. ,the a pneo.i,
+tll%0 an .-tqm ;s u~e d--zeo--tuanmg but patchng up l drm~ thaaL- .. __ i lt the Wn, +;.,. 4..T .. AN(T7_11iJua V .uv O N~aow lY SOLDIER cOx1 .-- ee R~evised
; w ?'isr"i.1wh 'Jase, Sw4|h eg~tiand government steadof buyingor advscmj n,. mlm sot. o sts.SB ,-M:..uO on nw tr. win b day, October1IS, Mr. Dari. Cidis in the 93d I AMEIC


very caeele.out own. Distur nces broke maid cotton, aW e ixtending bynw D iMW aW inted *the bltrato the drences betwoim year ag, late of Litcfield, Con. Mr. C. FEMALE INI
ou .4jO t W sttehMr, in onseounce chief had paid off its own debts, and' confined itutg -d United States and Mezico, tire King of Prus-. w" a volunteer, and was H thi city when taken of Clinton st70
,.. .'e.ia."..a i% wish th adur goodra- the lgimat objects of banin, the 'alint ..i 1`011 be rs.,01. by the two Governrmma, eg Britsh oau the hav the pneseu
.Ofw)a so' 'he odpb)" the -t of l g the tei beensc
r"m- kt b likelW y to deter en ain power o a tS e regn lar business of the ntera exchne, and itle I" [ nt' c '" p ,,. __._,che oy .. N Je wi tee in Tet t .ere in cre_ _
Wal,. The Prince of discounting safe mercantile naper-it seems -itute.bThe
at time see to have take him hardly questionable that not only the Bank of th*l ....
._ TM. 11in,.Pfir" Otar wits known only. as "Unite States, b .. .." mi~mh a htmt+tu pofd yteRv onMeen h oe"ivrd h o
Ti'*L vhfW^nc O*mar was k.9e t all the Banks, filoutkand Wt, -Of Mi.wi, and this set, has beess tried it ie o- tor of the last Synod. st Lecture, I
4: aiI E 0* Xiib" eraiou num of^^ ^ plening n ibano N:^ ^
in erature and thee ad Would aave vrco in a safepoeition--tha t foreign. .i3 that tate, sh ; acqu' -r 4- We e- Nkt n doh
hiin i eritr ples, He acndatges wowl e ve beenn m our faver--imd th b........ l h as if ... do
Fs: an, sdsm n public mroinci de.. e ....angs o__i.. ... ..._hind tbir- would t te ai 4 e see the re nau Churhn Grand street, (Br. 4 do
,aiuus, ad had surrouded vast mischief which now surrounds us would ae b dne do's
9nlx ff with persona cant m his father's b .. jue.ice be doe. McEloy's.) Rach eca
'ik "'.. .t We aw r wl wat thedisjointedstteo' nw.- undetn that all the oLoss oAN0o A eo pc
AhI~l-.hw.l.h- the uj~ not tell jointed "vo or tto the Etrof the of mmerce, dated r
U.; I,, ..A.almnni..h s*s pong the friends of the the tilnes, and the unsettled financial Edito'r s o tY mtftw- ^ oarWna -cetsh prag
,'",. -.adotte dynaty w f. as evident that the and policy of the Gevernment, have d^ed t Wfive regiments of tlmtry and Light Inf entry, of wre A ug. 1th, s ^, ^"h ^ sh.picke5 t-et
eu ..efom a young man, the man.een o so vas an institution as the Pe- % comprising some fioen thousandto,.w i ofLos; cr--ew all saved." s,
[-,T~j ."] ~emme wtdh they tolerate in the present manaemen of'" so vast .an minsttution an the Penmn_ ,,___+ .. Thrsa ..kt (tmro,-- ....r the.- .,-, ,- .s.o, ,
.t- ch twhy, is now known a s ylvasia Bak of the United States ufficiently dif W on a e FiR.-About 1 o'clock this morning, a a
-"k~mdKing. Ptfe. Oscar, ...,ever, is. now. known as ylvania Statess~inl dlf. ... a" Ge' ... s. ~z-.bu ocochsmrig ar quare; a 'asB
..I 09l-tfO the utQr.of tw wy feral artices in the Gov- ficult;, but latterly, even the Government bad command f Major Geral Doughty, as General broke out in the 9 story fme bq.ldi'g situated Dry Good Store,
S!sw*_ ezeipaper--Oow rhe -Bieawunies which could nde common causewh that institutin, availed -Chief, and be vie #. by hims Excellency, the on the corner of t a t and 6th Avenue, and atthe door o
*meK,^ .e m.serte th On= relates to national ,_ Governor at 1 o'cloc M which was entire. ,delry e d, totaher with most tREN
*. *". 9edgticat iLbne other to a d iipal law for the itW. of its credit, ana.empoyed it as an agent for w. o th e ." Ae e of its contets I t s occupiedby R. B. &. 6A
bar-, d-`rs ragbc The line will be. ed on the 6th, Ayej Ah
-- -wh 'le,+.m,,. ^ cou.try,.. -W h..en r absent last disbursing i. public moeys. But this very bh J. O ;ey As a grocery tore ; wnas ue for ,cp d.O B.A
.. *'.iifJ. w-t or for six months w*, Oscar, at the nection-it may be--hCP rather served to stinm-.' on roo .--and will extend ]',,zNbTo--,s, ept. 2 Bur yn P.,.a"
.O t u'-.'*e much assiduity v I nel miles in lengh4, .N .S. uy gra,
I Oerw'amuch assiduit. y late, than restrin, its iss.. Under al these new- sveStrl miles in length 1. iLss SUL Te Ctoo."eset -.,
*.p.ucp. HidA 4twresl
hmuel .c-"l aOaw c." dances, it ceasec to be iastter of sunrpri, thatb GENERAL aIDERS, No. 1. 1 crat tht to semount ot9,000
-sit exceptional, lawsenced On the d.t No thbut actua w ti
Si'^',': aG'pora mieut, and restrictions on the Bank has suspended its payments, and dragged .; ADJ0rTA* GEECIAL'S OmIc1, come nol t te et i t er
in s"in. into nwhington, Oct. l5, ece. t he size oL
: disA.ed most ofis itvortex so large a numb of other B several fiel4&*? y officers...,, i er ,, The, MOM a,
......t ,e a r-cdthep by me- n of god that were oe or l o r s n n w htt fthe enclose ,
4ud1 inh~wo 001jem. Tim WM last .**on
.." I a. aai aBaron Wrede nd Cont Spa, det..t upon, it.or absent oun rmporary qervieor wit found tht-elues unpeparedfo-r the caIte dolars each; te
... -am Ham ...ed Cdmet Tpont ermy of uitiotdelay.fvoeseason yearrai:emoey.fromdthe
e' -abft-let. and unblished character. Still le can it be matter of surprise, that mu leve, Wil repo to th' respective posts, and join up thar mostunempetedly, and at the mot un- sulsoribin, and
4"n~~~~~~~h latn of FebofruSo ih dly
*-. een iges in piesig antiipation anxiety is felt among stockholders, to know its -..odrof j hierlac ;e's ru. -ip we t i ote tel to
74 b iPM of Bernadotte's successor, retal condition ; hence the answer to the call of the R. JONS, Adj. Gen. d hi cattle d hogs were too lean for the knife,
i sp Ot. + L e only fear -ffee frm the knowlede that R... .. rfz, A j. G n .. .. .. .,
^i ms dt only fe are es r -an nth n o l Auditor General of Pennsylvania wiUl be looked +. ,,h, and ratherthan oanmoney atthe.xtoetionat u aa "d
1 v~. ,'w.i' _Swi A don falfeuv.i ""li sw interest, as ten dinh, t .n are.o .. r. l' the TALLAhAomes OtA. ruinous ra nd eite y loel- pet gao- he ounf ts
W ^BBJft ^ ^ ofUefi byz^ kig for with interest as tndig to develop, whatlnow IDA BMA~t.O rdy b~hu-ew; ste plnmdhv hsnt rteSuhF
iaS ..4 T. 9r,. w5 .s AltiY..--aumel L.uni, Esq. i entirely W44eo ftrou tOe jmbloc eye. timo, a party of-Indtlin attacked the hoas of risk their homek and theii all to te mercy of the iaitmatio nd.


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Bank .........-.-.......S-- -15d mri"on -F"Me
., I F1 ,"I.
2 don..4..... lot6 eaaa fl l- o '- -

; --. un'+ stty~fbu frl;e ^SevA elol^ titfwe~l.
D do.---. ---. t-b ,, Wkandrear- Two n f ll) ,
of Kentucky.-1---..In. 4Jkn-"q* "y So.
5 Canal C ........ ,oftlt1 l *L
attan Gas- '- -.... 75- o t .
o (o. ..-ue 'lot next'ho Noa.eP.a
^Rtt-^r^ l a~~~old in f". iho. -Wih b ^ ^^W :.



Oe s e AO . W 4. .. i
u d..o.....-...-94 1 -l"dund sepaZrls mes ilfielqrg ".."

SP ..d ........ ... ._:W T Wil4t" 8xm 3 9.B ai
BRaiG;;i :": 41 ^ ^ ^^^ ^.-





41 '-F' mi. '' ""- 0 IF-
A' do....r-..;-..4lt-b3 ts Dositian,)fitthea g8911k.0-13cM~t^
& Scheneet'y RI R- .. I I newf) of F4WVHY YEAR!|" 40itipf. et4"
d o-a.-----11 0(115 1914. -. ,.5..,
.are and Hudson...... 6 b . '
) do-.......T..... 3- ,--hefirettermihof el-th e lpa
0 do-.... ...91 o h tel t.May,l^i, _BdM4 P-,wiJUll
do .....-------.. 0* ate iiaer halrmc *ft .,-i
; wdo-----i ng toth e period de. o-+ a
0 dod------pe -57 -, 10 security for* 'ayeisa th Itjyw Y -
of Commerce --94 surance -"T.t Cop. '
ieky- Bank-----.f- 0
Fwws.uidarrthI I f st& will 1 1,
0 do.-r.......r 7hiL- -i.a .30gia
0 do_-',..... 7
r- lUoan........... 90 isprio, of 30 and 20 yaiato iy m i ,"
?n^".-------"-^---0 a awwpea ihsh.ltoia~jime whu
Q CO D ...............-.. .N -1 ., "j.
brgh---------34 -.20
. do..... 34 -s3 w0B e fuistheil by the
do---------n 35-b30 sq. .. e .o ., *
0 do--- ------34 i iThree atory dwelling hop"a of
D do ---- :------- 3b441-
;i t ------ do uc-dy been erected'on W s
Bank stock went up ag*in to0ay th of October. .4y^^ 8 *
it., but receded to .0. There will also be offtred-4 6 ., ,
iladelphia sold at 10 per cent, dis- place, the 1 t4. .ed '! l' ,
.generally were higher. ediatie v hion i e ane obos' .
4th Avenue, 'meoefpa e1y miug the whole.Wt. i
of security respecting our Banks-i ft isth faie i-rt she Tem 1 : "
frenta, from 19S& I* 19M sttew 7assh 14 otka am
auof th mlK feet deep the e*ar*nw+eaft,
SCATTLe, MARKET- Oct. 14. feet, d t other 10 lots =feet' %:in 6NWSi
reo. ClinchH of the Upper Bul' e alo lease
uply of Beef Cattle,.i"tarket, corn B a as abo v Z -"
in including 150 left over from last And they-wlLjbe 10 +'t am*gns
iis State. Sales were made ot 850 oftesur ~ b.4 rfemiwts~
hicfrw from the South aud th o with regard to tbe4 "tutba tha ESo
1b--fonniug an average bC$8,25 the
rae e. r from r m4.aothe .ay, la6w ..-.
ve-50 at market, and '0 sold at Aid at the soie tim) ae, therm ..r "
mbs-There wer wer' tIered, and tatoeal"oleeW
i,50s$5,50for the S8j ud $1,50 a s treet, ooeupied by Gamuel5 R. o
is l~-n," mu ot ibthe re1ar Otie. 7.'
) a fair extent at 56a75cts, the lO f whle li 27 feet ifriip a'.J
Thepreinusea* '
S .E b-LAXBM O '.e had witho nl .
ished every Thursday, ai. ll con- Persons A u.i, ,,
houadsed k
he reading mattri-to thb exclusiond ^ tll 1ioua' I
nts-hO"ppeaP during the week .. '
kAmw&n. The tenms of ofi t .

, ot .the Fini hic4m b tob wil, W *,*v
ender tis to 0e;-

J$Lsaiv per a~num*4gya~le~lways ^ED~J~fU3 Ii~ir^^ btneiU r p
arge cir5ulation wih Be reeuite.



'And &Uern'WA. I ,- I q
dressed to'" Wee Qeene d must be o a o
we tkey not be takn o th NEW-YO K M .,
Lige circuleationl" ". o.



Wyesed"to Ae oe" W tm"stb
xlo~nEW, and-S-Notise ir here- la .... ^ "



at thifen ofmsersic of uembry oy^-lBol1 NewlrS^ OrlEeaaBwaM v

d couty, anldoathefoue i- thep, < a ~ w^ t-. / *-' *^ *^
- wt e ntenwin ", b e tae a s dmed N LW-Y.- ,,



a tlutSoCsR, testedrof Stahe mith,
a tre _oyy of otifctoa jeeeim si^Mc =i7-..Tl _j:'iJ exM ea,^ il '.- .
elet.o9, -Mo. c heeetrsa,,t





election of S ae, .by. O.l'pI






A .City ad(County of NewA. widpoe hip cA,% 11 I
e, a ew York, Aug e ,1 f- -0 .r, 'e. ..."
newsns m the i cut.ico pl T r miN .,
a each week until the election. > froqh Gibrmltar, wit -i~~jfUi f~~i
Statutes, vL 1ft, ohar~r 9ti tillq 3d,- t (Gibalte, ri 1mMaiceUH*i4.l>Msum, 3M t'
LsA, pege 120. t u23 wdhwoawtN6 K7tU 1 t-H
yo-1 itrr~-u~f~ VV. yap-ch*h @a*gas~i


STITUTE, in Madiso, mite -t ..... i DUeywi th *. .0 .
Bet.-The Trustees of thiu Institute .hinei, 6g '
re.of annogeing to the n1,-hitV- of 8,_W_ .r ,l "
on of the city, ad to tho Upablic n e- 'j u 8 .
Le.. Dr. HAWKS w'l diJiver hs m- wMJ--_". ";>
of Lectures on American Aip ln' t"l th," ,
jisparawias, m the Chapel of a -e i' A PlSLWVT to M.
ar. consist offive lecture, t be letrs ',. S 2E^ ) S *. .
lowing order;-qi. 'f wu p r- m m e. ',-,3 *.ijM "
Iopndy evening, Oce- i,-f
Wednesday,do. do a k,? .,ka.
Monday, do do 14th. Sch"r.R .eu, '.*. .
Wednesday ddo o lqth. TPomraadbh'
Frida., de do 18th. do,-Jt$
e wil com-mene at half pat sevenUmb .fltSS .., ,-
p. ..- Adrn m"a"i '
ickte will be $2 for fie course-30 DAY Ad.I~
o lecture.
her with s y s y of the cOurse m ay rN-
the following les : Raymns Roo -
; Embree'p .g.store,Rla"t... .....
, iH r4 Dru sto re, No 4 C thaM .'"_
ook store, 384 Pesrl street; 8h's NEW FDOA." i l.,
432 Grand street, of the T inmates. Pr4 giv A
f the Institute. s30tol8isn BOs. B.^ lH h.
qWOOD CEMETERY.. gls ,'g.
ZW)TICK OT s,.j0_
rk _4*r subscription Io Family thei6j 0f lpdo^ B.4
(Oiy, at thIB Office, No. 8
Roy & Perry's, No. 1 H&S fronaPi -
d^t ruer of Uton cm ad Fro.LaDii^ie -
1,unil further notice. ttU~~ h)
e Plats, includingthe margin allowed 1A Y.*
,is 378 s4ure feet, and the p#.. 100 6 t!Amvsdf sI(
n per cent. to be paid at thf time f4 0O su_; .e _tIs_ .V.
the remainder in eqal payment, 'n y_ a hr ?4V
any, and the 1st of June, 1840--a'I ler esnyd, shiP me A3 .
ie expended in iaprovementa on the scpledi tW A. *
No aren l extent)are aoatm &Io n ; W
rry,enthe lilbaf0owanuslbuhu Iftvr
io!nmanda win *seeL Thi.a-. arl-.. l .i "".


N


Ob pending. Ba
wdthc end of I
onat eni 1awd t1


W -2 M JS _--W 17 7 ILI jIM JELL_











ca ALVA 'Y. (0A9.4Nka
any ff < 41 S kx M. Y N (Oofthe"wYck


1 A1'iIOFi~r AMf~f^^^^'' VES-4ndce pague)Mr -ihns Peg. r ^BEEBRIW 'f~ P w- "'. .... ..0"* A -., M e f. .. "? l -,r' '" ".o, er ," :. "




a "all


*W t o' I; .i, 0 a 2. .- : tA I.. ... an"d w i- g vie and a n e arm ;
a .....st a te .S.o r t...lic ionw ict i c le ,) r es p e uillr in forest o

ftml~ift~lanfl "i^^ '0o6a lberty to taeapaaoii h ers nr six di or ii his customersfE^'aa-, f3^JHNWFTRA5
.. ,-. W<^.A oi:ioa' .dranuge' u 6 ,hei1- :-. L T.A T ."- ,,...i^ M ", S. 56 B-ew and. ree- MnB^ "

S^M^ dt,tt "kr, as roline-r 'o conclude wit tie Frce of ROBERT MA-I INE._DE; 4 On n hy about 15f or 16 hands hig, e ..
we&^Hi^^ i~ iiS~tn SaIXr~jt perf16f CAt-~rh~ycterS. Bon;eramWHFfo ,Ny .^ l' B& iSdi C ha~mress hafat trotter n od ont fo y'^
on r ofa M an e, M r Is I; IiI l; 7O O '.... ..... .
rincipal r~?rE Shw; kO iw. of quart. His ame t~


1 6..,. .t.'I isto ab .4 m o. eb t" ttarotU p RO; ..,r Nodlan gBroa dway .... oe. ,w P


Me^ 1 wee .uma^KrS.zt, T-erofBoze ceema. Seatseaaheseeured the ~H ittl t. I.May 7 Iw 28 k7BOTICE--A$H. persons are hereby auoned t, 50 shipu e.h lerk, GPC
.16be at liberty to take a lesuiatim, if the offers are not 'i J(j WELR .e yN


.... yin intheirai n" a UNdtheiU.- NATIONAL THEATURio e an eir, et tin geea
adLantageous Nflp sgnthi.a'Gar&u)a.) A list of the ing aieepad e a or coaiie andGeStlE


l" ,,:,-7 ,'p"~,^ m. _posabo r the whA oray part o HEVENI Oct, will be piforted the7 a, w,,,oft e.7 a th hadas ., e. dmu, edelv oi e l
.. ~, j '.. '~r~o ndfeess.than.1O. all ro awk l.eral.Coun t'Von.dorTieT p ,- fo,- .he has '
Law Se ft ertWlu ;Amilie, Mine~~dr O AE- aubl r~lhso~ salse
A 'p. w K HO



ila~B B~tI /^'^eflIneeite Play of- THoAA DC ROBRTj phyran abu Hubadj orutnfS~B 10 hands hlgh,1 ^^ ie Bra^ f~or the.
,. lib.BiM^. o i X nHug pA Ler.y awov. .T. ,-he C eirn ert Vie l meo wlr l one; e w terand, W eer theo ra n nor .wi be a ble Q ..- g od y..er not per.m,,, rr



,* YitSa^^^g^ ^ BA._TS8__OKE-, Comptrer. Grad Spemceale; _m UTHEBRONZE tORS E; or, for an let. k r' ia MnWeqlil harnves o gototere publd sol. oermis T )..DADTE',
te BB i B K V,.'b^ C. .8~PENCER, S;ecretary of State.,. .'.. The Spcel +lhf Ottdd Kiag'-Zamna, Mr Proctor; bills .o are slad theMMEDR l to ma3J-he unt n atd at-he ft fMaden lauetorto these Hornsar ed,
n7, onttH O.L.2'OfEY Surveyor Ge ntera WiPia. T iqG MveRuehssKaoBl .ely;.7Roya,.OC .; a Rwatnof so1qietW R. K RMIT, 74South st. taut, St e nof
7 No.at12 Ad BazBroaIwr .lab. 9w




:.3.la aT ie '_fe....'.;B...e, +u JACB W H.Tu certs_ rtareMi ,el aaM e y. WILDES, PIC & C., RPOO.-Conneesyisshipwll please ofote y.
~SWI5t OR b.~ 1Th erof Bprm 5 Pcents.t h ~~~-per 7 pJ lbeeb 25ioed ote f te ade
with- ~.aq afeyF!dsclies _Sh o. WASHINOToI4, .legero




ioeh al fst. 7t AsTOGRAPsH L.ETTA..--The pu.'o wil Doomopen at h. Peufoanes ommence at 7 o6 t lrpol Bn their opermaction boad atthe foot ofBeeklcn st., THE GENTLd
ll tlt o.a aJple.a bey onfmiJdo t.mstioulus 1 .and o'clock. Boxes, 7cts.; Pit, 37T; Gallery h WA NTED T -Au t A eef notpetm v e wmavodably exedious Runnin




S,...,..,. -x4itf o4iniy sIemblag,-llntogr1Letters, vdn- d RAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL tons, C.bAmerican PMMalt 450tosfor ae nttothepublctre. ol5 Count.mg Room! ahd
44MOW" ft u .thete, willreT- B CONCERT, attheCityHcl, on WEDNRS. : S Ao .pr "SSOLUTION OF. COPARTN.ERSHP.- mte, n..,
a i SB lSB .."eme 0. eer.d T'Ihem, quarter. DAY EVENING, Oct.ober 16, atwi be presented t."o1 Ah, BaKCO. 8 Broadst. he o-par-ernereoo etgetwee
M. at. ea t pu_ L. RAKEMANNpuil of Htmmel and Thalbee, ide FO V AN LM- the unesgne, under the rm of GILLESPIE & ueaMro sAa
TSS' ......X .ouw "lM a Teirel, te l7 .thins .pr2eey at. respe Rmctfull nt, fs friend d thepublic ra 5o e Oir ftened DWARDS dived by mutual consent--. V. N eos woL
'1 ^ '..,'J0_ak ity? y;ohRooiUhfohed, Prostr Young Noveall, Howard; Bella -ato t o; includingOwnest ent PEw t the e RO .mm.
Two.* ~ 1per-a uID; 8 120,witho wines.. LIVE




..i6- iAL .. n e,' 1eat intere- t HL e- natural. Gbove occasion, when he will be assisted wth the Ne- t? erthe 5 ctorrhe p ad use the name of the firO in liquidation. (Signed,) Eigoe ,so
o^.... Mta | v BTh 0d o er o Comptrouer. Gran eeeien tasleTH :ME BRONZE HOR.SE; or, foranletwrp, pecelsntor Po ..dys willV. GILLESPtE, P Mlh anI
V~ ig-ZLC r rco; il m ''heasenareon



,. eteILsveC..,thSecretaryof aa.atefa- dae-Otto Mr Aoh'UeGdelhe ote n o 5 t a W.C. foofMdnlEDWARDS, or a compete e a ared
..0. L... yOLLEY, Surveyor General. Piste Tobin, rP;blcaklle ol6 -.a'Halh ..15



.. .Kab.... pern ;r oneed, Biohnely; oyt, hell;s x R IN FOR. KERrss h fnsio-T, 74 out tau.. t in 12 Leso



-. ,l^JiM^ .BLLOWa-- tiaetbatiexcltodbythepenusriot UnmalLetters, a pa woe here; Mr Groeed^voiclit i ii .. t-o lft=" l jo4./ "wn-. o *'Ac !^WILt SH ALTh, Awtorey General. Te Cnd igelmy; tahis fitor;Peki, .Aenntaer ACKE Si C. e an sye
i ..a..r' d io nAf (et.ien d.GHT, Treare. ,. .u-aa ROGAnMr. .ns Be i ,. om ino, W. w.Herting; agXMissn Bell; Kao Jan, Mrs Stickney. T PN B AN N Iie f"
S.'Ej .C '. ,Ran. fa .o. exc.s 2bt Sohs--pMr, Ruswei aurwaycrfssthe o 'D 4 S BO,
'c tieT^. S^Py*1^ y^**^*g Aa Tthep#H LEtTt- The p llion will D o p a Perfbrmances commence at o16 s em permits o
eea.W ^.^! 11^.' please beat in mind, l Is t eurioumuand 'o'clock. Boxes, 75 eta.; Pit, 37j; Gallery 25. -i WANTEDW TMtLETAL-A a Tsad daRT will unaToiDal e t MRuH,





.l .S... ..... -. --.... ... ,rtr.eoai nare.am rea no a outo Letters, vs- RAND VOCAL AND beer's CrocUMte Herz Nl s ew oAmerican l euar et fr BANKi COMPANY so..o.hM t,,, tha i ng Ro, sontmi
t 0 aer, n.-ubi Dcisens 1brnd.by -ALVj9SOLTITOJ O C-ATERHP-Pusis




P'per,_aln .ts. ...* ., frmed.. .. .. 4. Song CMr. Russell "Ivy Green.... RWell *Monay 21t--" t og packet ship m -h C pt nrh ipTrN tofr 9 w e o clockfor te pa r
^;J ". ]T .tM, e" ".' "' 4-1 Chevalier Saredin, of Paris, will b e the poitilel DAY EVENING, October 16, L 8 o'clock.-MR. '1016 ase I t, BROOK CO. 21 Broad t.. T.e, p,,t;
'.. m i f ._..,.oon Thursday eef ib, t he 17th inst. precisely Grand Aria-llinforma e O tto, from the Forpublic, tafretght or en e, .=aa stomeaeomoda. ite siste l etbo y m^u lao ,tC ave.re aboutn20s
l ." Oak. It isn needless, perhaps, to sFtt .n- he will mak" h first p oar in America on the oone wharf, foot of WaP GILLESPIEstand sst t t h bsesse o t he-enng, ar
-.... .I____ the ".*"" t* _-y"'e_ oc on hntaloaes irste now re.y tor delivery, and the 7, Sonts-Mr Jones, "The Tfamalet of strees.erdto y t. rsethe m .efthn lv"i .( the instrcLion is i
W& of in te sme n & r ea ro fr emtin ent talent:-Mr. Russell, Mr. Jqpes, Ma- to at. C. E W D an c pie s atA WAs,




,..... ,. t...a .extensive. r gad n, the pleasure and satiefac- d. mann, Te two R ussAchille nAdelli, flute played his first o16 t2o. 55 South aetr l t t b a tteB. S ntobe., B
.Tatisexcitedbthe perusal of Original Letters, appearane here; Mr. .Gronefeldt .......... violincellisthalberi TnwweaYerc erece- thi oman No 7W t .
".jr'l. .-. Ba.. the ship PA ..n. wcharactersady, and the sample be e here; Mr L. R ei tr aturayann, his first appep- Cfirst o. O rext oto Ge National Bak t of Irea adRHAM BOA1
n.*oROE.. __ _.- e Birtal, a ma.ndti ne pto-rof "t even th. i- Sone heMr. Rusll, "Ec mi O, ze E LONDON .L PACKETSCTo. md In Dul, or at its Agency Oneu No. 1. Old.. WL DurhLessn wClee
^ ^ehaRom.rlil and hscuriositygratified P.Gan atoaoRTet.M. I engagedandwillb on tebtthe 2aet hBae n a ay eofa Stdile s d aIstho
bynseries of rare and inteesating documents, which I. Du aateOt adM.Jns Belhni ~Fafes~~N I AL IlHAIRCNTIS N AKN




S^..' .,.fa-ofexcitn' h. wishto.M. & CO 2.' oepeffoxirwsopssess them. 2. So -Mr. Rnn, usnlo io urway acrotheo5SuhP, an
to" the aut hn tiit iCtheAolle Auction,we w lou in which he wi m.oduce that her gad i or s e. a DANI TYLE, 3 01 Walker treet, ti




* m _.'a~f~^^^ PLENDID LONDON B OOIS.--Wilbe sold ^m ,ters .fmo_ =_ s- _.f,...Co,. P*e cap*-mne ,ai oLa^ le a4wis' Second Cahier. leave fr t~he Schtool,
-. --thatd. the Chevalier Sardin collected them withe 4. tuo.n Pao Fe, Co FOR NEW .4Foutsm N E I A eAm
SJk4WRev. T t ca, and tiere is not a doubt existing of theirF inlernom NwMr. Yoe.............. lF.arp- Pac ket B C, E. hTi Rmst cOn
"--dUhIL* '1. tril orBginal. ram Fialle, SomgMeyr.J erck Htfr -0BANTKING CO ANY entered iO r r o c fo t












OM.;.I '* a~.:_J. RICI _D __,.. ." ',& 7. Favorite Sonf-" The Brave'Old'Oak," .. ,_' ..,w. ,^M^^'6,1" .... he city of New York, whereby remittances for any i"'MRCHAR^
.,. .. e p .oe .mIB er actio, t on wl be e .Song- Mr. Russell, patu Gardeire.. --.. Russell .ApMonoday 2ai tna wIand, or from LtndNO my be made to an a.cy ut z
.1 .31a 'heebrt, ito'lss illebe tke5 Solo for the Violn ello, Mr. Groneeldt Ku er MISSISSIPPI, Captain wi sail as above. a ut e





S4 nots athalf-pt d that has.eve .takens In the 6 GBrlant Varia-Mada ae Otto, from the For freight or passa, hai me ac.ommode e th e un ted S tatesa of Amerca. And on the .eeni
...Wej.i .Ctleof the thetsnve a, Swiss Family-------------ei t .po bowh ........w .Rions, appjy on oa wharf, fo ot of Wallsafn ms eeditimanerandonhm hironi
,4 safestaysanndFros
and 7 Song arJones "Ti Tm readye o te e ori toand 7.Song- terms; and Stalso, wherey "Tremiptancestfr o Sr't













.. 1. r_ J. S^-1 0.16, a].. B"" :RICHATUR)& & PLATTI. Storw and Hotels.. o453t of l 100 t .'rten, wilU sar, above. For fr~eigt .Application to be ad to the National Bank of Ire- ScnorClm- Tesd
_. ... AAbO.tents ready for examination. Aaply at the auc- Fatht the magnificent Pae,"orama --LIMA the .'-------RossnEM Co. 5 South aaLlso aletm ^ gforGeeme








-W ^ L^ 11" .S A ry ~ll~ .W "* collect n m of a'origna cau pitol of Peru, in South America, is nt" op~n for ax ', aket" sli R0~B c Lo ^e -- ...... f ^ es Tbe soiree Ball
wa tnln r room, 151 B way, olts a M rsE.ri.CLe aCyO.ia oF ote,'M r.t ayaatki- All part, l, M ISe etoa nd R
~ ..M NAacioer.8 ArsYrlutPan ore M.Shippers are racommendet send their goods on ~ iictc nt~Uie tts rsetsswd







rilP'1)i .l "wi _-i Ddro. r H_ F ianN ., and n hatT s mann, The two Russian Airs, with In- boar on or before Friday, to itt any disat.A l cation T R- v u to omme









,: ,Lt uex- Wp edin Europ aunng, he D two centunes. .ec. pnted," and conveys to thp 'pet~to" a WsT'exatct ; y -yhs m "ol pae----s4 .- id MUT-UAL SA ET "N V A C COMP. ..... .. Y,- for wattzing at Bo
i 0 din of Paideaaumntsao,)wo atofteitwthavewofthe Catheralall rl U ER.- MARNE, INLAND NAVIGATION, & tRE ame-prettlyftted
hi, imi4t ; treashier to e tXd'Ar nwfor twentyheoaampre AT .ncitonvn uhurhee, dyHoita;tye iop dcrrtened slp NEP- INSURANex-, othe Nutioal Bft-ank o.. Ir -p and ana
PereBtirnt.h PIAKTtothe-ovolltwofJulndd.iDaretsoldatt ble Pubic Square, tPla, or Govement house, the LONtUiA,3ysrsoNKerTdytore ldve.n -_ AMenrhastyle. TO
RooJ..'..&"fmre inandahe ndwoA and .aters .om to 2. Grand VCemtar, i nations for the Flute, Mr. A. sail on th.)W th The packetA i Broam s. t eYL, L doteaddby the Le-anoure of i ts sub- dancing nd wYU tiii
'*1.ft / FO B0ra, -ct.ry tor *de..l Te sM. HOFFMAN & CO.ve. GrideAnylli Snow gi lge of the dea,,tedeTu-- to QUEBEC, F. H. Umatr, at e statement inn ooI waysfindMt. Ct ad
4J.wsRICHcA. getDailng D exa. IC ememre Auctioneer. d of of C inwao, te.PacicOlel, ni ..ou. tatr OLD LJNde la-Pr ne wis DAEnE.ad TYL.... 201- 1 l le Weetix Y
'>. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ ~master's famous tripVe toniauig._- -Cottig~nie p& T te captain can of Maide aneScnCsir eaefrth col
WK .amal. O AFTI'ERNOON, at 4 o'clock,dat the 3.SoiigMr. Russell, "The "au TE, E I.-R u GRIN! & coC

















fJ a g^Ni \][' 'u~i&]^.t^-- ~eloN e DON e Vi Chancellor.,K WGYP, wnc, presa..mte sRpenauous oum r of tBjaC~trustkete thpo 8s cTa rEe.CA, Oapt. -n n J ,,r riu mnd pan
araai^Sf.nf =of thew a r, a. -agn ursuane of auti order Lyi4. Nottunoad Two Marks, at the foot ePiano man stree or to utstreet. NATIcty. .-ya new
fe s ulr e o an of ioa Forte Mr. Rakedm an 25 -- u u, ...F. Chopin H L O A 8.. Te o












.i h+rft y. A um~ao lota,.piee orpre fln. siut..~ an b $n National Academy of Design, wilt be held on Tues- S n-Te packet stop JWA, Captai W. W. ,. .. *A^-n .- n '-i HA
.^EE%6E iAdvocatsajoar~aI j:th~e Tw~elfr ard of ma'e coy of ew. York, day,the9.th instant, atC8 o'NloAk, P. M.O at their FEPeiA, Nvsl sail onsmia.lh, abdve: ^ mu .a The dindends wl be
~ lao~ ". tFaenif,.w and .k.own on a .map. of land atuate m the rooms in Clinton Hail, previous to the opening of the For freight or pawwi, appbrjtn boi ^t fo of R" nmde. m senp c..erfcates,.beanng suenuitres, a N~oDa;
1= -40 richlyeso











15o o Ward oOtth, My og ew orE, man
Msrtd W 8 UHRS&PAT.Toepacket thtNOT
01 96 B road .................ias n100t i ee it r
o6 ~-. 1Pavotite Son-Mr. Jones------------.Janes" )OAN AND CO
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otoa fM 'tl olji. Twelfth 7, o th Y oNe r... FavSchools- ton TstheBraveOlOLTONIavX&,LrVNSTONh syllansew r themvesreyantoftaeso nan R CiA
O i^L ,F0 YOUNOG. UN"- byEdwinLSmith ,ty. purveyor, aRed the ,may Theschools ofthe Antique land LivigeMod.elwi o9 Broad... Russell .bono andrt of Irelandgeo anfmbliostodks a-m HE Wier 8
,. i mmoonat aft 4 o'clock i the st NoN. one96o, ra 8.Br iintV -Win Fte M. i ttheU n St o A nd en on the iat hi fie

'.='. ."--', ''-'--'7 ... t ee (/ .;) nehu.ar mfllor,.(0.4,). P~tnamq p~c~ok~t. Aplicatons or adms'io maybe inpPicatNion to be made to the .Tne~a.tmonal BankgU. of he- Seniore e a Class; snTues.
mah yeuNNo,13Old ro.dstretloidV, an atanyo aFornoo,.foMth
151 Br"X W~y Ctlousof h xisdeWayew'ofvry, pbi ha h anicet" uosJ theI EO.K.1346LLI"t Northeihameia ris n BnigCopnin o heunlm
Arco, soS te.th47 Wll theet I ok s.TeSie a
~fl wilnn tObPpap ', Poes, stoab mua. oents andDiv mi is s Mar vpoer Itreets rawy p posinthe Nibl' aidie. w sccee Nhewarck,' cv is~64 .B M~ ertr eiw xlsvl
13 sitab ~ ~.D6~,tor, 1W ~I? A anmtnow anP~itera, that have his fenbergw ill onesiof a the Pa no a~tFi vrorte.y w wUA S"T &NL' C MPY s kaa, o oof
toa. pfeeo -dnof al.rdeeiedaYi oAnth 50,W WS ea o tefit, The vewofth gaidnterlal Fi, Ithe A sAafestY E sae-retiynite
WW, iis t the evoltion f Ju and re s to nabl Pub ickqaeth 1ePlach, for sGovernmentvarouseMheusTic ~
1.dz nde l twolw 1&' IiHtrS PLT T.om Sthis emetr, HthelMontan f4Sn5Cr2topha1000thecr o IiLns dam. enwl ars e, a ed o r freivet Apliyciarterdbihonisaueo hs ttsb meeiS~e
leock aat, Aiton 1itn edef, feet h ghardSat Orleans 'B
Axber Im pr heda o o CL, the Pacihc Oc Desnp4~ etuly infom t war,16tofWlDI ata.,isad osjm.ofcedt l'twto-i
AAROT 2 sdiaa lko ehabauaa.the iwfiePanoram a, of LIAth
very vaol th VicqChacllor. ofYPTm, wihprsntSouth Aeriatusn~ penduu Rfsof t.4.Th akte A~tI siRrBmo
As.F Rienm4-tomh o o o 'Mocelbared l. asigmpe d e le t o f Katmtke nwithtu itscolerosfalrgatewasad T lwl~ ~ TCO~t fis26ac ngeea oe ftascin ui4sawr .' ei
who10 a te of Wv Yo 1u rkan, Pess.I usuneand p o rder LybiMercerustaeets, Br cadwaysopeosite bolQ prosmeli' similar 4 willibe e Py a new
dam e o feesmns cty.givtintrstioan
fmt) 1110' tO D CorIurt odCancryiwj ntersol that have This a~ip orq ofp ib oteot f aiS nthe mrin g ilpafassage& O or~. w ~ t
aura t~~~~11 r 40k- rdion, nd &TOWedri nge t he a so t t wo ub cabeontre fhs, c-pastedat ip~d miqvystotan j)c, 25 c nts to a nch P o- 12 .M JA f. S t e f h opn,~U WAi ite o5
r yr14j~lU*-2mstrsofth a14 Cowtathe salesC vlroo f.aSpran4iawhole ex e pAcketoship NLD at .L atpmfif5o l h ik emntddr~tepei 1
~ ~ Ne Yrk o te_6t dyr ctbe,'. Da 183lopNcal.-T e f ,.Ir t QarerlMetn g a o f tl ,ri6^3rsAtheAi ovme.oil s meprowilbdiddaialyzogtoe AR TO N
uS 4 ~~aat~ttb t12oclc a-ooLf htda:Al hoecetiU daica.Ascits_= looa ebesofteO H Y__aktote-4h c,-hh-epidsidpemusadi-.-oto-oth x


Aii C11AOET reealesthly ais a m j00 *40sudAid a iv, (100,) one t~iued qi 5~ t~1, ~iAd A koth outl.a ter oms veyMody ;aro hrcag 'isuothfxspAiynte.to "ebe,188 soe fMr ,n
----- e il e'pa hsSchad ol~r thie W4- dred and ve,(lQ. pe hwinre andeig I r oevenir foc7ta8oclcgPo.,o t nyiniiu-O i bad meof tthe fpresn ue omr hn~HN .J rwn 7
~ ~h w i l i s """ "" e l M I L l r r u ~ c l e e v e n i n g lfro m /7 o 8 o 'co cI O k P 1M ., o r to a n y i n d i vi d a -$. = I O U b o w ; e l e [ l l [ o1 o R E U N. . .
i M _u i "a t o f N o v e m b e r C b ou n d V d e s c l, ii a s fo l, w q C o im m e n c ing. a t a a l m e m b e r eo f t e c o 4 n e oi F beodr e hta a g e. 'I o r e ,er p lyon D D Ot tO s ( f ro m" .
As Ashdiflonglbu jinWl nbentt northerly line of Oqe Handred and Te wag-arce 801 o t InoIFo4 3t Jo.psag IHORNEy n D19 AD
=0 _0i Will enable d f;% Mr C on no43t J. WIf n ORNS, Secretary N. A. D. baril or^E toT1 C.- -^^ BAR zTp
.- 2* wSS olfpupil .ly nlath sreel tant two hundredandfiftyfeetweg,- W OL'O ALLERY fl B.ad Ti', 08 98 Pinest whih, it is to be presumed, that the premiums of attention.
to-^ -ik BeranrdM9M 3efi b front lte hwsterly corner of Sixth Avenqp j JALLERY, N6 BrBT4ny-wTe year Q n uex
h-. .4. e as. and,,3 On*.H f oauured mn Twp'aty-.inlh pet, A E-hlibitionof Paintings and Sculpture, the works FOR ST. JO N. B.-The new eachyearwl notonlypa.the loses a ex.enses
Brn-" d .O 1o elm* unning thence northely on line parallel to t h moder artists, will beopened on Wednesday even. British bri CITY YORK, JohnHan of thatyear, but will enable the pany to divide a GALD Pro
,. s, LB w. o subscribers easterly side of Sit Ave to the southerly side gthe 16th instant, n and remain open until the third master, wil sail for above port in 15 day surplus among the insured. Pantg, in five bn
Oti^|T ,W'tA C athe substerlrs .one.Hundred and Thirtith street, thence west- Monday ID December, when it will close with the For freight or passage a,- R. T, .. .. .. ..e to his former pupis
b4 m M as- ti tjust received early along the southerly side of One Hundred and Annual M meeting of the A ollo Association, and the o7 DA... 0, 21 Broad's t. The onater o t h
cano piS^ K^^& = t nuyo^s incur aloss yond the amount of lo ade veyT
aqA ".-- as'e,.f n-,or quality, which Thirtieth- street seventh -five feet, thence south- Paintings purchased wil distributed to the memre-. FORY NW ,, .....T. fastyRUss
..I afrom 2otill 4no'clockt
urn ksa an erly on a hine parallel withthe westerly aide of Sixth bein. tAS lpmn
5th'__ '_M'e3 ),a41ses at the anrket prices. Avenue to the northerly side of One Hundred and N. B.-The large picture of the Indian Procession ing, coppered, ip.0-HAWK, Capt"T T Wednesday ai
LAINW aAk DOLPH, 250Wasington t., Twenty-ninth street,ththence easterly along said north- underthe mountains of the Winrds,- painted by A. J.Sampsn,"llh i dptch. For ZebGuhanedee CVerulanck shares Saort eR- 1
m e TRoy and Greenwich at seventy-five feet to the place of beginning llerfor Sir William Dr o ward, will re' freight or a Op 98 P Robert B. Mranm WiCiam HAsawg o Tma be ae r
erly sdeseventy-fiefe oteplRace, 8 inof. obrte.ginninWlgamH.A.inwil myMeoadnfr ai
pit' anM d Br mt dwar and Gouveneur sts. Aljoalltthosecertaineightlots,pieces,orpaTcelsofland main in mthe Gallery iora few nights only. p1 _2t Q4 C. BArT PE'8Pie Tat Ro PnhPerit Cala l.ett i m,
S ui B oveur o nWLBDPICTUREFOR KINGS ,Jm.-T r PelahPerit Caleb rt tlemen
~~at1I'Rs 1HYMlULOGY,-PrlieIncip o lt yn tte1 te W ~$ER~George -T. EIot onHre
ta a.d Comprat.e P logy. denied pty of mew Yopk, an kown en a map f lands situ "CHRIST REJECTED," fastened and cop brig CA L L.Lod Adam Noe AND BE.
PJ4}m = C.u. Om M476 Wo gy Simpson, master, w ,b4 pomptydesparch-Rufus L.- 10dm oe WAN E
aanS "Bo testanph sieolgy, te in the Twelfth Ward ofthe city f New York, IS NOW on view, at the Stuyvesant Institute, d o h i o a bp ptly d t ... MortierLi .to ORKS 0]
a ,ndas3a to p .ursit of natural made b Edwin Smith, City Surveyor, dated the 10th Broadway, nearNiblo's. The abovesplendid painting,, board ier ortor Sney Brook. NathanielH Weed Works of Edmund
.-- a B. w, s mventerrnMembr of the d &a member. 1833, by the numbers ninety-nine, for which the artist refused ten thousand guineas in do* or WLNth & A,,IALL, 5.outhst. Herman Oelrichs Archibald Gracie beautifully printed (
Lo.IaltePrsiet oehudrd, ) nu one, uorex..olfred P E.4A. GravesThe preent edi
-,,3 of ... '-' to Preaident 9--.) one hundred, (100,) one hundred and one, (101,) London, contains awards of one hundred figures, and ,. fi r AlSd uPe EABGraves The p t
eu4 f~tb i^tsl n i phaiueI uoalV0400, one hundred and two, (10,) qne hundred and nine, is 22 feet long a n 164 feet hig, It h hep 4 FOR ST. THO -1T 0 Henry W. Hicks John Duer complete than anyr
bStooet, of E4bIgendd ano tep I (1 Q,j qne lundred ajd pO'rac prd byv qureo jncqleurs t te r, fnest picture tened and coppered b CARROL Sam ue F. Dora Joseph Blut, either in Englan
"r | J- em e, ..!a l mn dh ..1.o q _q i js e u r o t e xt .p inc. t u r e. b R O L L S e '"
dah ope oiq4wre an welye. o6 CHARLES S. FRANCIS 2 Broadway. bounded and described as follows iormeneing at a oents Season tickets I dollar. Lighted at dusk., th'aboveport. Forfretor age, appyonboard, -p. ALFRED PJLL, Vice President. sixteen octavo velu
-.wintpF fATBRAN DE BER1OT, point m the northerly line of One Hundred and Twen. ol6 2tW&F a Pier No. E. R., or to W A t JOS B.COLLNS, Seoretary. s4s tf speeches on the tri
VL IRt OF ALByR. Nathan, with apPortrant i tvenirt street, distant three hundred feet easterly rp0 THE PUBLIC.-SYLVESTER'S Exchange o2 HOWLAND & ASP WALL, 54 South at JOS T. B .'04 --- and which have nei
-llthAn orsa.byWJ.Nat .h COLt ,rt m the north-easterly corner of Seventh avenue and Office is removed to No 156 Broadway, a few i lotto 71 a-. street, offers -- -A OF l NT- country. It also c
oct.o 4No.205Broadw a ne Hundred and Twenty-ninth street; running doors below Maiden lane. A, sale in lots to'suit asers-. -5 This day published, in one volume, octavo, of G2 tl 'A au
thence northerly on a line parallel with the easterly -Bills of Exchange on all parts of England, Scotland, Superior Scotch Ale and %4 B4W Stout, pages, handsomely bound cloth or sheep, A. Treatise A first
LiP F NAPOLEON-Illustrated side of Seventh avenue to the southerly side of One and Ireland, in sumsof5and upwards, to suit. Claret Wine, o; onthe Diseases of Infants, foundedon recent Cncal
r O t;.ad Thirtie th _thence aal ongDraft ondratdn
by Verm t m r of 5 De. Hundred and Thirtieth sretthence easte aong Drafts collected on all parts of the Unted Stte QI0p Oil, in baskets, one d each, superior qual Observationsand nvesgatons in Paologic Anato- ten by Burke. Thi
a. oga, 5c 1ia.bne liWa ,Itis s the southerly side of One Hundred and Thirtietl the na4, an Eroe ity, my, made at teospeesnanronve ata edition of his cole
-PwtiIland 29ame see ived, bY lWoet J Pt Itl t* .Nts, L40SAWS&,,l 1 swde hespritndne fMBrnwthaeito crtan
= w _5.Z-P I Ma, 2 a0 B ndvewa by et ne s.t- ..' V{ qf theri n nep p* qr gm Ngan tes, Uanada Bank Bills and Sardines in oil, fresh lot. is ounwder theu, ., ,, ,it e a
CO ,fLM..No.. B ,oadwa, parleih easterly f 1e q.o eveydescription of uncurrent money bought.. -LSH SHAWLS & E ROIDERED MAN edico-legalDI on e i f Cld best Englishone, ii
Wie~N-wadi mm srnijVAOns1 for it, and Lizver tenortherly side ofL Hundrecsnd Twenty-ninth A'~d bt SHAWLStE r rom ANBy C. M. BillrDcere~Mdon el au
W wnp lor 1t, 3i. strver ane northewerlyse otr ene hudunrreed.n w -m All doubtful and broken Bank Bills purchased onthe TILLAS.-Just receiverom France, several tdparsetet WhNt, byD.llive, o pc. It has been
tha w n mrt l a oct. 10 3t is street; and thence w esterly along the northerly ai e beat term s. r4 'e-e... .s," cat n of ric l s and aw lined and .ean,.tc ;, o t.D.yr..i v sent the work in a f
Tw,-di."of One Hundred aud Twent-ninth"S street one hundreds ters i S ou n, ,cartons of rich plush and Si Shawls, lined and Angers Trlated from the thir French editionosent h ank iis
o 5 Ator Row .di. Te T.. Sovereigns, EnishSver Napoleons,a Doubloons dded. .lso, mb roidered Ibet an S M t ndx b James Stewart M. D late Phy te i
b nnet of th Parisfashios,,fo
P lb itNtlopanadta..The ~igatn~p, fet eto theP"1" place ,f beini- X Thalei-s, and all kinds of foreign coin bought, and tillets of the Paris fashions, forfh it Bjin toteNew orkOrnhau Asylum, and oneli of
-orAH 6J a of-A Dl7tlbCtrntu bYl. P"v '"o a ,. O siciantostheaw prace, and its typogi
or 4a Tal T-o, 17th Centu- wbyra4 doatSeptember 23, A.D. ..... .0A, r sal e rn E o 7 FOUNTAIN'S, ,nc tW, 231 Broadway the Consulting Physicians a the Northern Dispensa Drame, iat r
Azer~a 4C. Io7CKE N, )'NIS,'fie
Au DECKEW", i T, #+RUGyOLES, flilop~ tWr rrr 0 n ~ Fqnds wente4 ,for'....t. .. =, ^ -=- -. -.. --. rmuaor
am "tis .ate Cr.wen & De 23 akert.43 w, i4.rn Pancefr. hichta^ ,Sttcw boesi d -ANT6N QINGER-In c lea "each 6 jars, kan- ry ofthecity ew r. Hillhouse in2vols
UID 6 OY MOtILS,-'-.Thi handsoMe vo8e ` sa f the av cried prea s aa- 8 ,., .e&656B B wy -vana Preserves, assorted randy Fauits, do; The author's opportunity for pursuing the necessary th'ehoutierof
(11DK TOio tasotl to ay of Novemberom avlume n af th8 beow aide lnre. Siaires; Olives; Cap era; Maraahino; BoTrdeaux Cor- investigation of the various subjects treated of in this talsby the aho,
eS"SistietiatO rptii u t ured to the nfth day of Novemberndfrom the circumstance of his oc- M Ra
maa Uftoinf ,eladreBe,w nrefafe "tice o e nd plw. Doed Octobr 16,1839E '- E r.'-S. O TNSNTA B ,dials, for a x b cupyn a s in the and arseilles AlHospice des Enfans Trou publishedd a
redi""'c y disues, and other important sib. RUGLES, o14 GRACE & CO. 20 Bread st. ve,' which enabledhim, in one year alone, to exa- .... W -
c edtotse. Coumpiled in part om the best o tawt Matoef n Oancey, NT.- Qtmmar of the, Idioms of the Greek mine the condition of 53 infants, and o extend his
En" a iAmwic anuthoi, by Dr.Ti.or, The RANDY-0 quarter asks A, Segnette 3 randy, ngq Nw Tstent.By Dr. Geo..h9 B e- COTCH ALE-Tennent's celebrated Ale, in mi e c o to nearly700f Published y Ie Endish and
publicA Bf. rdy;Lby a g te @ Txtlent, Unir.vero tS.n pn btlefoe anatomical resace(onal70 ubihdb ~ nls n
Spublieation ofswh works an index of public in. for sale by, redict wner, Professor of Theology in the UniversitS RYBURN & A RVOoRT, GEORGE ADLA 168 Broadway, i
ionu, testifies to, am acreasigattention toim an, _- IRINNELL, MINTURN 00, at Leipsic. Translated by J. H. Agnew and 0. o 10 s REYBURN & lip. 14 teod nearMaiden Lane ,,,. ,
ragsof klowledge~tlat have been hitherto neglected 016 134 Front at. @)bbeke, 1 vol. Svd. 0AMERICANip 11teo
ra.n"gesbJH e adOI
bye public n general. Dr. T or has prepa a INE- 100 qr casks Sweet Malaga Wine, Quiro's The Works of Edmund Burke, in nine volumes, oc- COTCIH COPYING PRE ES --A quAntty of NGLISH ANNUALS FOR 1840.-D. AP- A an nufac
ta aaevo, beautye full.yprinted on.fine paper, Biston edition. these ,.superior Presses, jtlved and for sale PIET.?N &C ? e Bady, re ra for men;
corret. .. .. ..b .tratis, sond_ i priciplandbrand, or sale by --. ,,nhiihP hvT~Punaen~ ra-ivda anectfutllv inlnn i.taeta hyhv eevdnr~-, ,.


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institution for Writingi,' N. '5 T
RECETmig Ior PUPILS 0pip. 12. -
syamty, Day and Eve.: same
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88 Cear a, nea Brcary p oofaiunhalrep p ino ihi~nl3t
InMt. -Mr..-ina order to' axcases.
to M
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88 Cedar mt., nowBar~od Oy; 00t&Uia large Ppjoz~ftj higb
Accountant, iforma th u -J'y ?eas.Pr
nue open every evening, from 7 t OiV Clogu1S nd afples8 I lim Ia
pose of 1vTing uspicti n ia the vt1O "" a -L .. ,-=
e of At "1 1
e of Book-keeping. The course I *lock fin 6 0t M A E
sons, which ayh be takn In bu- a$"i'-w h powdered
Sthe convenience of th pupa, WALDENP' .
individual and not in classes ny j S
given during the day, fxem 1)to 131( bet
i .irm, and a 411 mount Of tk I j

ie Coikfty, New .
e Principal of thi p 'M i* k fl am
may be seen or adreped at t-. IC ". '
01 lst of November, wh he wiK J40 1, eaI
accompanied by the pupils es- Y.w- ~POWr
to $160 per annum. -
stionable city reference will b .-. "..'tt --
Swho have long patronisad hW .'AJ.b.-.q
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UAUD begs leave respectful
Ldsh, patrons, and the L~ft TeAiif qr
Lt his Classes will commneac JOSIAH fA"Off 4'1
and TuMday,, the .t October, t i Aa
i street. Monday and Fridays k, ., .".. ,.T"Te' "'.,'
he Geatlemen's Danoing Cises9 "' TrI& A'T 't -#*'
sya at6 P. M., for fth atet 1
lays and Saturdays at 3o'clo&k, "pheudii1 TI5r D -' ... ...
Ladies', Misls', and M_-teA-s-n--t 'o-frantU.d fuj
n Classes; ad 8 i the even. IM
nas Dancing and Waltzige Cla&Ig..-*
Is every Thursdayei asuau- 2 vs %
ovember 14th next. The Dann pl~te. ior's -aifrrt-IkSiao" rl
for the young puis and parent -b.I
ce inNovember. -oextra charge 33 vat Young'a Works. g y-in ;
1didg Schools. S v0-c -) JiAL_---I-
nd other Rooms are always the Tvol; Dib-in' b -tu-i.' B-B *
andfir~be a a pan au ad )eri<< Poxtraite I vs.^ miqoiai C~i
lose *W0.tre desirous of learn n LwtT 8 v;_n .m. a'
isaud the sam~e alh haas been for iMSs' pm a^^ ^^^^
years-zealous and ambitious In Wttmiay. 'w '
cement of his pupils. ,..--'. O ld i. lb .
Liouiara, have'the kiadoft o cal A S A ^A .2 l ,z '>3'-ffe / ei ,"
i, 0 White street, where the book Old Emdtsh Bok Onfi^ t-^t ii-b
,,amngem Mr. C. will be ,be 1S3- W^,' ^^' '.--
Classes at.rnvate houses. .0 hzetr e rWrev e
+ I N s TrVTUTE, _wc wiBbe funBm, m- ... ,.:i^^SB
w. co7 B o ar in Sc oo f"o r B a Napoleons G.n a. .Wi, k 0 X lmlif. "aB A ~
VESTCH-ESTER CO. N. Y., m:,' half al -idina i' '-
P. LYON. o ... leon, 5ne sets, 4 -A_.B -
--.sH. Lvo,, PriciPals. toms,, . .
y Scholars received. m aany. .;.b'1. --- '.,
_ r ._ d to 4 .- .4 .D cj'e "., m '.
iora of this Insti,.t. will oMB' atebb .... ,.
vember. There will probably b ndon a- H5ifty of tee
.iaculars can be had at the Book gryp'aJsMhe uO5"hm' _,r,


.. Colman, 205 Broadway; of Mr. wort64F vTw; Jaeimia Li' fet j -a ig
)roadway; or of Messrs. H. & S. Duke. o -f eW -
Cook'" V a, vols. sad
Principias by mail will receive $et, z _a^dn'_ aTour 0i2 ; oT UT .
o9 iseodif vol3; =irfIZ% semi it. 2
np T~ii.w vri~r M RRA land, 2; vowtema. Obiabutumes ^M^w
OF NEW YORK.-M. BRA -ad, ols, c ,os ,_-n.e
essor of EflerdentayDrawing ea d '"' ',f s 31
ROWinS Hist~qoy f,5em0 86 w2
inches, has the honor to eaAui o l G...eat ,thr=. U.sk.. .o
and the people of New ,knO
as already formed three classes. _-'.,-,k.o _.t. -
uesda, Thursday sad Satardaiy, tch' lJlves, Swols; FeUai-'s^ .e 4 ', 4
and for gentlemen every Monday, '. -'
day, from 2 till 4,oelock, and in o, IiA
ill 9 o'clock of the same days. ]DR* HORNE Li 'VE ff' "
r quarter; but special arrangements SE E"ST MAGE -OP
I classes of young ladies and gen- HE POUDRETTE 1,ujy 'r. T
olO3tawimis* -1 remove the timF STpii~se flr
or lnarml eft f i* *hAatB@ uuRal nido. -
SAUTIFUL EDITION OF p.THE TaU with ele covers are htoeUe aSAdt. Wi _.1
F EDMUND BURKE.-The not emptie into ....X "-- orm.. 0: -W +-t- 1-
Burke, in nine volume octavo, ed^..t of the city .. an. a wagons ,
Dn fine aper. Beston edition. Or. left at the_ office,1 a.an ut..
ion of urke s works Is more stairs, where sa ree w-..s ,-Alb
one which has hitherto appeared, i writing, at the pptC-'e9OW*,n -
r America. It comprises the en- al, Or at the New JeSe t -F C ''
SEnglish edition of his works in ro. 62 Eighth Avenue, e at the yad, z r.
times, including two volumes of corne of 7th Avenue, will be promptly stami *.-
al of Hastings, published in 1827, IDr Terms, eight'cets per .cubi.4oo- S ... .
er before been republished in this 1 1
intaanas a reprint of the work e p EACH MOUNTAIN 1DOAL.-TJF
of the Euro ean Settlements in. re eiin other s OPlP- a -
ished in 176, which, though pub- ..untain C_. nl ,.fre hle the Mnmiu l ..
r, is well hnown tohave been writ.- Kl a thI market rate. I .i .tuaet(S" --
a it is not contained in the English siesin1lotsto suit we beL L9
cted wQrks. Although the present LAI. N ,.d-i.:
volume nore than the latest and id oor-. 9 a ridd* 6 T
t offered-at lessm than one half the i ,
i the aim.-of.e publishers to pre- T IVERPOOL ORR'E-T. C -QA .-6'.-.
fonn and type worthy of its con- -. Now diachar,,, ,, hii.Al. r-sa .
deftly offered to the favorable re-. Hicks, Liverpool Onef --, ^ .
rom its completeness, its moderate locted expressly forfanmily use, #lRt L '
raphical excellence. for sale m lots to suitpurehasers,' aD-
es, and other Pieces, by James A. at Judd' wharf and pie- 13 E of r. .
Boston edition. LAING & o RANDOw -i 20 4_i- .
the Days of Charles II, with other and cor. East Broadway W* OouvetaKS* "' !
r of Mrs. Armytage,' Stokeshill sll .tri ---.- -
mond,' &c. &c., in 2 vols. f,'" .
nd for sale by DICTOU AND BSIDNEY COAL.-Jet pM.u iJ-' .
EY & PUTNAM, Importers, J. by tbs last arrivals,, Picwm and Sidy llg i :
161 Broadway. supen or quality and size, di et ku t iaee i&mina ':'"
American Books at wholesale and sale in ilotatosuitpurmba meat4he mnirkat i ee'by
ol5 LAING & RANDOLPH, 2501"I ta bt.
JNDER GARMENTS.-Ameri- l. is. d aM.. 4 ..
tured elastic Cotton Shirts and 41V I d .a*r.. '
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-~ : -. *, nd and An"
XwIJWA%61OBOICEN NW1;111%LON~DON.
^*^''IISBS^T^ ^^^^=*- .. -'dPOKBMtwiull pycoon-' STE&iS-Smiat"BUTIS,.,QUJ ,,._^of^","^" ILTgW-YRi.
a3o5 1a4y between Barly street 216 tb 0 so 'orse-tty si'u Ited, directly upon the water, I the neighb ot
o NEWARK will leve Canal Litw'ne Rd'kewd R*ft, Jo o of g04 cswfiz.ae
sineet et :h e Jnuananwt each hour and half il nail for the va. o goodchooa Cofwhai'ebees
Gawrfh toat e .ntob very ;ite qt qoder of the yearfrom and ant buildings; a very' good 1edSgn r 1454
1 e bia 6 th Ua -huport ou ftm tatDe Fi~e Orchard nbaigada rd olan a-
r,e ^ "in 'h- ,e "rsFAIfRY QUEEN will leave Christopsrtreet l cermber, and foi Lo0don -'ery oce oeo rose a oer sruery 4 a
4ig_ p ." ., 5; 6 Poo atthe com.neieeAt o{.eachhour and hu dbs v"n- and Portsmoth lo No- The furniture,cwr.,an a rin.ng to smay be nad a
a.ifl.. ,. ,- *^,^^ ^ atl LSta^^ th .o2^e .....
-.. : ......' a.8 SS- Hoboken every intermediate quarterdung the day. member. For frelgh and applied for iried elyto eherwiththesckwhich 1 ..
Z A boat runs from Barelay street until 10 o'clock, P. ae, app .to mbraces. sonyc fine ow, p, andaugrat vity of t
If! jy2 WAS WORTH-& WMTH, veroy choiceon
.- -NEW YORK, NEWARK, No.4 Jones'Le, rear 103 Front st., twice a day e L.I.Raroa, or y steamoa v Ofthse, ter
"-" BELLL-L-E AND'' AC- Ag Ba dAi:Stean Ship Co. -Vold Spring- ther
Q"C'$'.O .. -" n n 1 No second class passengers taken.. There fine lishutg.and.g.nuiesporgi thevi- there,
ASSAIC 4 & y afterr Sept. 1s3, the Steamboat N6 gooaiwJI be received on board.vihalt an order cinjty, with very great fcilitiesforboating and sailing.
-O S3 .. ." 5" 5_- =- <. afbtweer Nepw. Yoran th e-rk, from the agents. rendering the place very attractive to a gentleman far-
-- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ 0 F" co "*V I r ASSAIC will rnberw ew York and Newav ..... ,:.-
Sl| w hI hboatwieinrein- ..P. neeperiaensofthed ubin matsentthe olo e. Appl fo fut infmo O AAE OftHes of ther e
SM M in connection with the steamer OLIVE BRANCH, n exp b aced m th atta et.r exete Ofort tt ese e It e
-'KBf 2l& ; n val of the Pasaic to carry assengers andtreett aent es.f sal T fEsih, o o thet ...
,, -a aP a, p aT. S|EA Esq, No.5 Brd street, or to. the
rarnty'-: s ="' Fellville and Acquackanonk, and leave as follows, OLD LINE OF LIIVERPOOL PACKET&. W. .t .R. .s o..
0* NEW OK ',., ,t NW R ." K o y subscriber on The prlte. E JoDD' 8
-..r' NizNW 25Yo -. NEWAR s2 tf LO.5
ot of Barclay st. Centre Wharf. FOR SALE LOW-The pror 3 story Office of the UNI
i10o'clock, A. M. P; 7 o'clock, A.M. The Ol Ling of Packets for LiverpIool willhereaf Ho nuse and pot No. -Fifk thvenue, Bo.mk tlenA AN(r
0",." 4 P.M. I 1 P.M. ter be dispatched in the follWing order, except. t7a Jlrst house ave .th Estreet. The S lot. i n t .T otpan annul We
-:.4._ = ::, <..=-" On Sund ae the PASSAIC will leave- when-the sfing day falls on Sunday, the ship will sail The house is x 0, with an additontalduldrg R o the D &a
--4- i-.n. wl ." -_.a i,' o'cl,,ck, A. M. 7 o'clock, A. M. the s Mftce i day, for bathing ioomanwaer. The ceilengs ae men were du ele
-,i b 455 P.M. 2-d .Mo From New York. From- Livg rpool. e he romantelr ostatuar e
:-..- a a = am :0 : : = Fare to Newark, 18A cents; to Bellville, 25;to Nov 19) (Jan. 7 witBerl n isrns tes. Possession can be had fu- JohnL. Bowne
*iW$tW! ,_i .Chi.&ta l uotig 14Pr W Acquackanonk, 31J ents. Mar The NEW YORK (new)-950 May 7 meiatrely. Thne urofeAscensin, (Dr.East John R. Willis
i Serge P- I et -v te tes au28 .. Dec. I M. 1 a t v o h rp t J nC 19 a d o the proper b e e C
... ^ &.o ug. I } Cr. orW y. 1 19
awNI cW HA1tL RAILROAD The 1 A ;BRID156 My ts GRE TeRSN James are
Wa wki LB $y h.,A pand H^d; MU Ha m _- Aug. I I Bursl ey. DSept.19 au s 27 Me c hants' Exchane Bn mn CA rIT
.... ..... 0 Dec. 19) Feb. 7 o FOR SALE-That va.abdle property on te Liney Murray
Pml"M ax do ) do" --- -" ja U April9 The NORTH AMERICA-sc o61er au 0ste d eJune 7 12 ctcorner of PierrepontandHicks street, Brook- HenryH. LawJe
Saw. .... 0lo. ',_ o. do do "t t Aug. 19 tons-W. E. Hoxie. Oct. 7 I lyn, late the redence of Samuel Bod, Es, Stephen Van Wyc
.mille Shawl& ad Z "O V. 5 S t A- e a -ga N SUMMER ARRANGEME TP. .Jan. 1 Feb. 19 deceased.. Isaac Frost
LI On and atrthe 17th d~y of June, the cars wl
,.ws' I O andfer th 17th" dyofetheears wll May 1 The EUROPE--d tonsrc-EsG atJune 19 The ground is 7s feet in width, front and rear, Robert D. WeeklG
.-,S :m ":-,.". .A. .. ^. : r ^. -" G: O OD leave the City H1al, Walker street, and NHarlem, at 1 p to Marsha. Oct. 19 woundedd bv ac reetion the rers ofsp feetret) by 140 John Wood
flf.iS roBw r .. M AL "ot o'clock, 7, 8, 81 9, 9 ,10,11, and 12, A..,8 and 1 Seit Mar. 7 feetin depth. The house is 50 feet squae, wth pan- Thomas12W. Jen
j__mmsa shvCls .s nedw -a- .los $.j S -T- o'clock, P. M., and then every half hour,te o'clock, 1 h ton 7 e s bn rm and water closets, attach ed on the Benam Stron
umm~m~l, mtt0 / u's -,.. .. .ry _, may lg,Th OXFORD4 -80 tons-4. July tries, bathing.r, . ..

7 / T I SA D O Livep.. CFoITY H-ALL AND FIFTEENTH ST. L E. Sept l9 rahed Nov. 7 rear, and isf nishendwith plate glass, ane plated f ur- George ussey
kvo w gn.rent.wa. ipe- lGnodsdfor :epn r:n-c, Ro" o The Cars will leave te City Hal and Fifteent Feb 1) 'eMar. 19 nature trimmings, furnace, speaking tubes, Berlin Uriah F. C arpe
s street every ten minutesfrom 7 o'clock, A: M., ti Jun 1 The COLUMBS-663 tons- July 19 rates and other mode improvements, being equal James H. Titus
f A T.. &. o'clockP.M. Oct. 1 T. B. Cropper., Nov. 19 to any of the recently builthouses of its size inoew S
~~PATT ISON & 00). Ci-t .w. u 4 c.1t TB.Co e. Y Y"e
--18 No.N19WIflliam aLt. up stairs.'-,. These shi s alrielal- of the first class, and ably com- The following are the rates of fare: Feb. 19 April 7 york, and is complete order-with a large brick sta- At a subsequ
It.t e o it elegant accommodates forpsene.To Fifteenth St. 6 cts. To Yorkville, ts. Oct.e 19 ton-D G. Bailey Dec. 7 made favorable, and possession immediately je5
C. ~ ~ ALY Stee .h p... _efro From City Hall. Fro Ham Jn19 The SOUTH MERICA--616 Aug. 7 ble and coach house on the rear of the lots. Terms Bowne, Esq. was
4pi 6 00 Au f h "impitd British D' -Thei pride of passag from New York zto e Li 6""F tet t 1 cts. Oct "19 "" "
S^,, J..i.iyD* ry fixed at $140, from Liverpol rool to NewYo 5 Yorkville, 18 cts. Fifteenth St. 18 ets. Mar. 1 .April19 Inquire of Dr. BOYD, eorn e ofRemsenandHen THE HOWA
Sinclu 'd- ^,es, stores and bedding. Neither Fortyseeond e t. 2ts. Forty secondst. cts July 1 The ENGLAND-730 tons-B. Aug. 19 ry streets, rooklyn, or of JNO. t. C O NL
any lt 25 cts. Cit Hall 25 o tse N.' L. De. 19 Ps^,, ve f, --
tekss pscelt or packages, uness regular bill. of lading Fare on Sundays between ity The ships are not surpassed in point of elegance .or New Ynuk.je7t
Ag .Id .5o. 4-I* 1, -p a Co. cond street and intermediate places, 12 cents. comfort in their cabi acmmoatons, or e their
0 0, va i a-% are signed therefor.cmoti hi c o o t ..A BY u m ,c aI
toBhK '1tio Agen.a T? forti. ships xfor.k, orthAmerica, Eu- ie7 J. S. WHIGAM, Superintendant. fast ailing qualities, by any vessels ithe trade. c.^ r fo sale by ivate contract, the
--;64 rope, Qolumbus, South America, Sngland, Orpheus, NEW JERSEY RAILROAD & TRANSPOR. The commanders are well known as men of char- entire Block of Ground i t'e15thWard, bound- R Havens, Pres
andl C d.t,.j -S- ". rTATION COMPANY. acter and experience; an th scest attenon w rwa and Mercer street Washingtn and No








sadtcimb d. -P ed by Broad
Pi Sougf8 cMr 4 ..^trnrvnth* (a at< 'lcA. '". H.OO ARS or 4 outh N Y. Newark, Elizabeto, Raay, New BruNok. alwaryskbe paid to prop. the comfort and convey Waverley places ; being the most splendidsite for pa- CornehusT 86L
B10ec f se Cr Pu. c H.aiy 7 50 egrs. t De. d .w en eo as Rn i yC a21Bays vate Adwellings, or for a church, inthecity. Thepgroun J. Philips t Phc2 n
S4 BARING BROTHM CO. Liverpool. of sailing, will be observed,'-ai heretofore. is on the most elevated part of Broadway, and sr John orrison
WA .A," t for uFitp6 Westchester, Virginian, Sheffield, The price of passage outwards, is now fixed at $100, rounded by valuable improvements. Jose hB.Varnu
.3 l 4bk ao t d te States. NE B N ..A for ,whch a l s ry d cpti w It will be sold inc a one parcel, or divided into 15 Dav3i Lee
A~O~~~RB KOBERT KERMIT, 7 South at., N. Y provided, with the exceptIoD, of wine and liquors, Lots, viz 7 Lets on Broadway, embracing the whole Caeb Haste
r ,,- ,., s ... i 8T. *&I. SANDS & CO. LiverpooL '(From foot of Liber street, New Yok.) Which will be furnished by te stewards if required front from Washington to Waverley paces,)of about William W. T
T~~u~~WW..Os~~~~b~wla. A~~~n~s fo~r -ship Shakidpeare, Independence, Roscoe Leave New York., I LaeNwTuuik Neither the captains or tl* owners of these sis 24b 6fe ah oso ahntn n o
: ,and Zorg" e wa t L Nn. At 9 o'clock, A. M. daily. At 7- o'clock, A. M. daft,, 'will be responsible for any l .,.er", parcels or pack" on Wavere place, of 26 by 92 feet each. d21
(ORIN ELL, MNTURN Co.4 P. M do. 121 noon do,, gs sent by them, unless retlilar bills of lading are Inc o a saleinsepa te ots, aunifor styleoW
n. IC ER 3LL Front ot., N. Y. ODn .. 9 P. R RO D signed therefore For freight passage, appy improvement will be required, and stipulations against ofiE #r psae ap^t
WILDES, & CO.Liverpool. On Sunday, the 7 A. M. trip from New Bruns- GOODHUE & CO., ow6 Souh s.N. onises. le i ndis table, and the terms 776 Cppr P.o.e tr
.Agents forth ships Roscius, iddons, Sheridan. wick, is omitted. C. H. MARSHALL, "1 w il beacm aig Fo u rthe rNpar aiulr se tad company on their
and Garrick. ~~~~~Fare between New Yr n lzbttw,3j-O ilb oo
iINWtS^a 0f4-'- and G'rict k. p s nea, ebwne York and Elizabetht*,37 and to BARINGOt.THaERS & CO., aar vnd e Oerf thth
Elm& REM K COLLINS & CO., 56 South st., N. Y. cents; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cents. o7' B ithenes o fe N P tSON, limited dJ. E ne,,
,WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool. NEWARK ACCOMMODATION TRAINS BRDEAUX WINES, J GRom Barton& Guestie 2M Hantex, pe













ti5S~~~~~lW%^^:RDAU WINESBriM *o Barton & Gu.,, ^. u ~ ooi~tc ee~e~tmadSel estioraae by ^.FORe9ESve Heianover Delt.g eihemdean
-a twAiled PACKETS'FOR HAVRE-tJNION LINE. From the foot of Courtlandt St., N. Y., (daily) Sun- 'Table Claret-Vin Ordiire, in hhds TO RENT-The commodious Lofts and remm o
Leave"w t day's excepted. St. Julien-Vintage 1827 'iizicases, 1 doz. each *1 Counting Roos of the fire proof brick store,;
_".".o-k" ."" Leae Le Newake B aailley-Do. 12, d 4 .eNo. 35- a ssau street, between Lberty and Ce ,.
---zi Wa& a$ M4 U brand *~ on the 8th, 1th, and ^ Fo4thd BeckAt 9 o'clock, A. M. 74 o'clock, A. M Chateau Beych eW do do Nd t A
1 'FOwl o f th, 115h, an 24th, 2 9 Pf".M i Scoville--Do. 1827, do doo e12 tf C. RUSSELL & CO., 33 Pine st. 14 "
100 d. o from Havre 1st, th, a 16th o eve month. 12, o
100 ,'.. .. 0 W.Hare4nv ace" cludP M.hs nd tt oDs of every Hao. ", ,La--o. 1827, .. do DEiGHTFUL RESID4ENCES INP M D'
-mSIar. 8-do N. w Yor auk.on-Do. 1827,ydo ict Bfh--LYTDH N A U LENTH eTo sto 1 8
100 mat. 8 April 16 4" t. B... ....-o 8 do .. A- .. r .. .















ft~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Hu Bro-o 182, dot-"^' ^^y^a^inh.r.bW^i^ ^
l do of. lel Je 24 Ship lOWA, (new) W. W. Pel, Aug. 8 7 Lator-D Ao. 1881, 6do do Fies" dwellinswet, bseentbov gouand, now















16ES ^I^ Dec 1,^ 12 "oa~i~wy~nfeAh n iepo E OK N HL~LHARI;5 oRdsear 8 einishig of Sayndstreet, between Bidg and olmadaetg., 18HTO891
500 'm n I I ... ODt 6 ec.r 1 1 a Lafktte-Do. 1831, do do.- .. .7 n e B8
10) &Fr -- "Mar. 16, Mafy 1 0' Newark will take old These Wines are received(.uirect from the old and (within five iF Fi.) Bt a 19 0
10' ~ ~ *Jul 8 'Ship L. PHILIPPE, J. Castoff. (LbryS. "epcal hueo ueo ~
A r yt .. ..... .. .. Aug. 16 On Sunday.,' passengers for Netwark will take the respectabl house of Barto R ,,,, ue, ier,o e f Brdeanz, neatlyfiimshed, with marble mantels. and desirable fr 20 gl
1 09 -- C i:,.. be nOct. 24 Dec. 8 New Brunswicktrans-frm-ftoL'-lrtyat.,leaving a oof the first character, p with ca, and genteel tenants. Posessiou 1stNovembr, ortn c-. 21' 92
1. ..M A.aM. and 4r P. M. Returning, pass reoomcend.d with great c.dence For sale on tobr ifwished. Ap py to
2 Ship BURGUNDY, Lines. t iough'Newawk, at 1 P. M. and 10 P. M. Pus re rmb h g" -of"- on
~- -.SipBRMN Yy Lies Mayt I athi c lok libe*1ter s li 25 R B R P I ,9 iea.2 7
1 8 Y -:"Jy, 750 tons. )Dee.'16 ar bewhon JrGthadeirwat ,7rcnt.j D BAI$, BROOK I & 0. 21 Broad t. __,ltl FOR SALE--The spacious 3 story Houns 24 99 1
Nwa75tosDe.1 Faebetween, Jersey City and Newai~k, 374 cents.__
-00 1 'atlldl Aprilte 82., a May 16 Passege worocure t.rc.tsat the ie. iOW. AN R ..Nlo,,,heur.- M with the lot i fee, on the west side of the 5th 25 1 00o
...qly ~ 3i Ship 1. Wouon. Sept. 8 Offices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides prevent- ee n ue Aenue the first house above W. Brevoort's 26 1 07
.. "" .. ship RHO NE, J. -A. Wotton. Sept. 8 '.. bers offer for sale the -fo -rag old and superor k "'" '
100 ,"P Jan. 1 'ing confusion and delay after crossing the river. Win es. 27s1 1f2 '1
April June 1 RL7 Tickets are received by the conductors only on W e pote arg o n. thelo is 2h byt 100, wth a r ccrt
-l D U T C H E S S E _d'O R S e pt 16 the djay w hen purchased. and.f.o u the T sources: ya rd of 15 fe ettan d ther e io t a t he rear 2 81 2 01
Aug 8. A Sht UCHSS ep 1 he1 5pie
100 d o *Nlc_. .a.'sweet 2. EANS, A Richardson. Jan 8 The Tw Tracks in the Cityof Newarkhave been 2pi London Particular. adeira, in pipeb half which c b oai ned iwantedr as table. It w 291 21
J Jue 8 underlet, and pasneswill b care toand frm 'Pipes quarter casks. "beslona om dtiger Pssuo hefst301 11
." nvw,-_" Amd 'I th... ,,, e 8 meegdpsegr De -10 d *.. deIio do, some ofwhieh is very old, and of M ay next. ApymJ ~ _, ._._.
mmdl; l 4 '& In. N -New ship VTILLE DE LYON Oct. thepot to meet the arrival and departure watse w00etdrm s of hi is f614ext J. eREn PEARSON, 31
U _.pril SW ton-s, Chas. Stoddard an 16 trains mr C4 cents each. was le l 29 s haoge 3213 1
.May 8 (J -Iune18 For freight trains, see advertisement. s29 500 dozen old bottled Mad,, part frm1 being from 15 to 30WANTED-A two story hs11
M P. d *P .& Mar Aug.hW FaANCOI st, W. 0. Oct. 8 CAMDEN -AND A_.OY RAILROAD LIN years old, part imported dir and part via India. wanted torrent, near Broadway, or igher up 351 351
.ew Mar, Thompson. Feb. I FOR PHILADELPHIA. _yAlso,Malsey, Sercial and ALtown, withinaconenientdistanceof some li
16 Feb. 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Th finest 1Pa1e Gold and Bwn Oherry Wines, in of omnnibuse.AdesbxN.76Uptm~O 714
.r v% ep- 8 Oct 16 mu, An casks; deiitohns and bottles. I fiee. .. -
A- .' cS. hip EMERALDv Win. B.rfl j ,O French ines-Chateau If. TO LETTh _upi r Pf Soine tru

1 3 ., .. .. .... ....BeaverC .ny on.the prem..es, .o
lid .. ... 21f "hp~ L i .A. .E L Nov 1 D ail,( ud ayse xcep teldel ,h a, 7tt o'l tkr. M.fo m Sim Julioe n '- .~ m m eg o n-.5w. o .Gw l L r 1 ". ''; .:IST .. ._ -'
N l l ., '' '' e emrtng t .m qn~e~rUso :r ov.ad k 8e ner IoPhNEN E adeolthi,.2 25 1 t00 inhhe inet ode, Lo infc in 9th I st eet, O,be en Universityne

'--, oevnlnemitL nng c w ~ hm ,. _~ Bai .id- ... OxAE.cenatr ose iKth o o
L a~m boy Tromthneto odnon via.. R. il... an ... '40 cases Chadmbert7Mechntin ne
Jt :-,newlL16 frare Mby.NYhe. Jackets free o a henei P terhand boathi'4o .W UAEIA Pof WmT ,U'$IM ~nbtl. lae n tFHAEUEt AELuEVENTH STREbET. W enam Br w
....ct ,Maw art ye' n ATeO y ... .. .. .. i r- 1e31br boxeahsnr anm n a] eiae, 2 MeeaiaEu in .L w e

'... a ves s e ls~ aroe aeullyoth first cl ...asse hl and aby cusmae)t n mou wth. b. Bia Stage fr nom P8 TentesrPeiiarl said .. .. Wiesoralby FOL R SAL E-Severa eSrable Dwe. lin Fij 'ph i Knoe
: "co pisn al h a 'b eurd frc mot ,- ero to.... ..hi ..e.p.i.... .622 .R ,B &~s s C ., 5 alstet ffrfrsae Uma hn tn b E EA S N ,. Fo as S ir
ao cveieee ncudngwie and s Bresofd ev.r 'r hhd Tobwacscosprtly rsve li tgte, Jh Jh
w t tiu. (ed'sa o-ii suscibrsa Ne .Tiin ~ toni,------------ 62.''' '-~ 80 &oal.es ut do s h.e jtsreie te o 9 27et ah 6fe Med rchnt s' by43Eetchange. Ioh.n MasOnL

22" -' ;- N Bma st., town --,,- -,,--- -, ,.1 5 0 ,2,asesH ( himerman ,hnB. ,. ....,=,.. ....s.-.-

rff J l ,m _.,. m .. and d1ihnner provided.. .. on 'F b 2- tonu Reds naSaumv ( od fmrotae Coalcutta m. withllesodseparai tely, dor sev era layn o etse, l. n-l. John Johnton


1 IIJITU l~ilflila M" '-1 in Uft .10 Vi Neakle Prom Ne Trexta of ION^"! "^ l3, which is fully _equs to any former vint~age~ieasemnycnrmi'nmrtae iso h a
- 4gSr ** M "atip GAftRCK Capt. A. S. Palmer, 25th October THROUGH IN SIX OURS. proded by this estate Apply t GEORGE W. GILES, 1 Nassau oramic Printing
i.,- .* :, ...;, ,. H -New ship ROSCIUS, Capt. John Collinas, 2th Nov itirtL "l-' 10 .pipesand 2 0 quarter ao old south side Ma- street, comer of Wall street, between. 12 and 3 Government and
440kt V'ia. _ff,.. -.... D NS_ rIpt NB... almr, 2h e. deriea, from te house of N Gordon o&Co, per o'clock p M enito the arts
.... Siup SERIAN, Apyter, 25th Jan. l. the7 Mexico. Cpr o' o c k J P.m..ar
M Frea-U "L Leave New York frm 44wntJHogf Libw stree*, d4iy, 10 bay lpe Old CepOritacdY, of 1808, per- the Ai,) l O at 9 o'clock A-M,a at 41 okM. Montano. Per ship Loren baskets De UIrnm feet, in the rear the Rev. Dr. Easthur's AS a recoinp<
S ..1. B5-^ .**Sdp8H~igD _3thl Deor. Fare through inboths O highly vinusand -lsty, bearing the coat Church, withthematerial on the ground. Apply at splendid discover
," bip3 GARRCK,. 13h JFare *, wiiiton 20to ce,,n 8 2 ardnfDnBrtmnont upon th, labels andcorks. 498 Broadway. 0- iY3 f Dent has just awa
Sship lfathrr will prcr tec Perthe ship Juius fro 'Bordeaux- cases St.
'oohip^w ^aaU of~r~ ~ ^ the first% a&O~c.,4Boawy class upad ofbl to the~uoit best. retal)A
Me ". ..i th of enr uw. a foot of Liberty street, where a com.iious Steam- Julien. 10 U,. do, and 50 pe. et quality A. ed pXerlate arrvala e t assortment of French, O1 D. AP
wi be in r ad ns- to I n-o ve them to Jerseyg setts i or sal by t N -and Britishwohrsu,,
if". __ *. g baggage crates on board. tt .Bu N E C ,14 B awyas eobine great speed wiA boa t will b in rea.iness on veya d e t Jre et Fo BNINGER. CO., 141 Broadway. srles, h De best|etailRS L ,
.^ .. rt ortSJ toer aecomoatu.ee te hladelphia baggage ges through without being T IQUEURS,&c,-Ma nque, Noyeaut, Roe, Par- Cases new style figured Poult de Soie, ,f..
e.rtof a enag hentes 140, fo. er which ample.m T oen by the way b JLh fait Amour, Caane.l, .Do extra heavy plain and gaceeps, o Med'ne, b
gl,*,. wi, ,,tPW.e ,.. 'wabe roehesefrai l sl ahtrail is provided with a Ladies'Car, in which Dutch-Cur..,AisottdGdWater, mthe Do p lain and fid Sanaao dresses, E. L- -e oWebb
mli ^ .. ,lw'be command ded by experienced masterse hno -are apartments anddreing rooms expressly for their factory of .kink. D o neasurne cMetoth, eSoe
,'. beoa~de.byexp~n.,i mve general satw.howfctio .- Italan-Maraschino, and allesi's celebrated Cor Do now syle IMoussline deLaines, allwol, erof theS.ite
.b ^., .' ery ee.idn hosef weis of ates sht.ips : Retpning, the Lies will leave Philadelphia at8 dials, consisting of Cedratoi, Assenzio, Pertico, Caffe Do very elegant atin striped ChaUy, confined rmrer e,
f- if .--"_'. .therMepaa or y lettowers, e ort eae sps will olock, A. M. and 5 P. M. a5 deMoka, Vainiga, Rose, ia Doatte.s. c TMety.StM rHo
...' tem, LONDO-N O leantl put Shawls, in 'ew d handioinettens edition and re vi
.... ff:, oror a, pp ~ .... -r to- DailC a~h, Wn 4y ~bery.colors, oo,-,: .. r ealt M. D. irofeasor o
tem ls regar bil lading e si.eONDON LINE O PACKETS. a o. C a ParembroiderdPelermesCesColla versty, LecturerS
WM&JAB. BROWN & -C0., L'iverpeol. Prsin u ,rde, tzag* Doset Geara
.bgM aBIJ1?*. T' BaBlBrBatavia Arrack, Peach Ibady, Scotch and Irih Cufs, Dresses, &c. &c.
th bye paets win be charge 12 cents Pe To sail on the 1t 10th and 20tkof every month. 'Whiskey, old Rum and Bray. -TDo Ladies' and gentlemen's best Paris made Holmes, M. D ,
s *e s heet, So cents per ounce, snd newspapers This Line of packets, will hereafter be composfea 'Truffles, Olives and Cap, StrasbourgPates, Sar Horsekin Glove-, made to order, Obseration,'.
t _I-'aIsh.B."^ t'. iv" y_3l of the following ships, which wl succeed each other dine, London Pickles, BrA Fruits, &c. Do new style Fench printed Calico, confined mjoth,,-heda
Vb r .. A R NEW ORLEANS. in the order in which they are named, sailing punc- lhe above areall genuinid imported by the sub patterns,
,wli "' -S r -tually from New York and Portsmouth on thie lst scdbers from the original of manufacture. Do Scarlet, buff and made colored twiled'Cot, o5 WILE'-
A gl y -. ri 20th nd 20th, and from London on the 7th, 17th. and For sale'by A. 'ININGER & CO., to.st for curtains and draperies, A NEW HO
S* '.' __ 27thof each month as follows: d92 '141 Broadway. Do Parisancy Articles, in great variety, Glimpses of
ig"aisi- i. aid ~e*.York.Liaq of Packess. FrN. Yr. 1Fom j o't.-J A ,iO- Do 4-4IrsnJinens,Lawns, Seetigs. Diapers vers, an actual sctm
aiIN^. S(oBythe Jan. 1 ('Pes 7 T1-eb. 20 NA SILKS-CAR2fo CO. 90 Pine street D a 4Ladies-or, fa
hi_. .......Ca.-p. I Ont. 21. May ST. JAMES, e17 Jub 20 m for se, ,, and nishrwould re et
.94th. Sept. 1 Sebor. Ot. Oct. 2 c C Sk t of b Samet o E lsh Silk, OcCotton Cshmere and Mermo -Bnet of beible ;
..~" S. b1A- R- hitt., N 18h. Jan. W0 -Mar. 7 Mar .10 *ad Sinchews, white a ngees, black Le 'Hise. for ladies anA mises
T..,BriTtontton Ne 7 Nov 0 bsr Hdkf., radreaawt, & t e zn Europe, and wil be sold the ack ar
.13 O LADIATOR. H.ks Png ckLeantne
..... ][ I" SARAT0 .64,C .ahwy e~b. Se : Ths Bi Ma.2 Apr i '. ...0 cases blue Nankeemt .d n ppiecemanesatbts a small profit, -forc.ash,. orappro" verd7 A r cred' iiee a asal pofi,,orcat, rTher Boston, t he oEon Vv

e s a ,th e f l o J W L O. J cases hoas andt 257 Br"adway. A. T. STEWART CO. ,We have pe
ajiove' ar --j wor
,.. tfe Z-d f. lightdra w of ad o 2r ... 7 10 5w ot
Smt expresaly for the trade, with elegant Fe. 20- A > 7 A ^ mURACAO-Reivdrth mona, fm Rot TTiES- PtIn p Life with dig
29ne cae Uopad
.. aaJ od i..forpaas-ngers and .ma by-Je20 QUEBE Aug. 7ug.1 ., terdam- Messra. Hopy&Ligham, London. cluionatthe f

,J a d eericdm0trs. The price ofpassage Oct. 20 If. Hebard, e. 7 De. 5 coses Curaco, wh ad brown, from the Cac- Shey-rowley, bwn, pale aId gold; Pto brown pe sar
.iAa *l 1 Wgew-YoA rktoNew-rleans fixed at 580 a and Mary 1.k.eft e. f t tofFocakmk.. .i aCdpetmhIa bd2wdzan;eades. old Pint bo he pnrte wis f
c Ni ej- lwOrleanstoNew York at a0, witheutliquors. JUlylL _AMSO I.,. Au ? Spt 2 asesAnteidamAmea Sli Madeira-In pipes, halfpis, sqr ass, an eposesse the

r i I ll atnall timel be towed up and down the M is- Nov.,I0 Rustl Sturges. (Dec.2 Jan. 1 imported and for a Md.a- i espdhaa s, sos qrold andasupersor., a allparosnd her w i
]. maTh l H: jiaiM b]. ste a~b9t1 and the strtctest ptnctuanity Apr. If .'(M .ay 17 May ^ sO, A. BININGx!& CO. 141 Broadway. larets-,Of slldesodiptions, s rom-evo ordinaire, ject odorous wit
,.d-ag4by*.s. a nd srcts JW~ Apr Aeg. 7~aeO all de()t's fro "yn rdnie, et druswt


u"Iathew timeof sailing. Neiter the owners Aug. I H ONTARIO. j Se14Jet.O A nAnrLfy 3 Pine stt up to the best of Chateau Margeaux. Christian du an
F' ^,,Micaptaig.. theseship. wifobe responsible for jewel. Dec. Jan. 1 2 cfpaFrom Messrs. Runart, Per & Fls, a log cabin, f th
., r etr. pa e or put on bue ar command by ae and p EMBROIDERY- ot, cnn o DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, 2 Brad at liable lessn for
"e-t i taken namsrgators. GreaW carerwil btaen. tata 2e beds cases C uo rown,- .. ,uf, & ro the Sha
Sl t. &c.. are ftheet de tion. The ..ce of T EAD LACdw tlin VValencieaes OaiR & CO. offerI mprat- fo. PulihA


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re naured for 7 eks '" 10 his re, of allgradess an e m ,
are inue fo f 2"h" a .. .. yrsiiw isan
H sound constitution. ...

are insnued for $1,000 and under 6 mercury. Thoiiaum& arex .an lwx
are insured for $5P000 and under 10 life. See that r yomy e, cte ext'n
red Dinuredtr for theQ and ud~ear: 2up.The learned Dr. aucan emphaticafly obaed rve-
Ire insured for s wheo and under 2.ukrred persons, and peton about tohe. .
S" 718. sliould' be particularly e authowin m taa of. ,
M.A... NIstcL, sh r.. Whet~ae deadfulinhritane r to' t to r A.



F,. u S N Undeftorvul .ercnttto.,**
U "hle T"e Persons afflicted withpr.oteted.dd'ep .
[TED STATES FIRE INSVR 'nee not despairof a iomvletedt mak maplaiom
GE COMPANgy, No.'55 wall it. to i1) Horne.Recent = Dfet, &A,
election held ai.ths office of the Co ,n' wit t imercu y extiu din a few &e.'
yof Juhe, 1839, the followiggentle- eve the Dr.HR thatBmayaMiotedt, W ot3 bf tak.i
cted Directors for the enswnsyear: is ealutary advice, have recourse to ad aA ..
DIRECTORS. where there is no responsibility, anw4 the ci: .
EFbenzam Ca tl rd unkicwn; by sfh means, throwing awary ftor ,"
ob e (BMtwhoere they' mainly bbpe to save) and ruinf r ,
J oshnceua S npa.ne Unde aheir constitution.
in Chles T. Cromwell Persons who maychave ontracted dlsee, or. #
Cornelius W. Lawrence nectlatent Poison, are invited to Ave appli. ation t
Nathaniel Lord'. N.-r.HORNE, at his Esta foaet No. %l ityet .
Charles Kne eland. street, between Greenwih siIt a B oad ... -
ence Edward A. Wright residence of thiity-two years in No i-#rYork city,
S Benjamin sClark radically established Dr. Hmne.s chaacer for
SRobet B. Minturn honor:;,and based on real r.dspetabiity and qWl: DrtA
una William Bradford Iime itoffers to his patrons aciure uasratee. -
Thomas W. Pearsall Offices for separate conaultliona or" Pftiek"te
DiGs SURasE Poo t never come in contact. o
-_George D. Pos- Attendance until hilf past 0 in tM i even.
O t RobertW Bownea No Letters taken in unle ot pa ieity -
ter Albert Woodhull tore must 3 handed iLW ''i. -
George B. Smith 11 s w gq. ceiai,'a
amRuel C. Pa son. B-dn- ndae's 16th Epistie... '
meeting ofthe Board, John L. P..-As lon as Dr. or does ta'bent i "
unanimously re-elected President. public,ioe lot at Drhe M oranca deAs e hWtii-.le i-
JAMES WILKIE, Secretary. men d frythe g od of strangers, asW14 .well k L
LD INSURANCE COMPANY, are extremely shy in speaking of ease ofon '.
Office 54 Wall street. nature, even where a physician ins teemine1uy she
LL 300,000 DOLLARS.--ThisCom ecsful.
Make insurance against loss and St R. AMOS G. IULL'i. ..; -
d the hazards of inland navigation t CURE TRUSS." O9ci ,e. "-"0 ,,W "
DIRECTORS. Building-Under the upervnisai lof. W...



WiliamCuh, Balwi S Frgene ':h atted parsont in toi ww^ a e~l ,'1
sidedt, B.L. Woolley Surgeon, who a attends ,ot.. '
Miecance Jwih ti ing all other practme.. ....
wrenee Jagoseph Otis Also, the UTERO-ABiOIIWNAI, SItPP04 k..
ix Faund ing C. Tusker sanctioned by the Supcalr adie by Dof' S Meigs D. Benjamin York, and ,Guy's Hospital, londo,
n, John Rankin iDr Hull's apparatus sore patonised i hexec.. u ;
John D. 11 Wolfe profession with ery few exceptions tvbug "
;d Nathaniel Weed United States and E urope.., I' ",.
id Ferdinand Suydam The S4Ippoier is patented this r ay, 1i
William Couch. and Francee; the paint in thi_ _# qq T reeqty.
LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary. been re-issued in an amended fomr'a ,u,, T ."
LIFE INSURANCE'& TRUST -`-A G.. iaULL, i Ve riy ts.stm ,-
a may effect insurances with this s916 r.' Atort House..
own lives, or the lives of others, IDR. HULL, 4 'Vese 4tres, ht, H' mse.---le.. '
9 whole duration of life, or for a L THE LADIp HULL hra very cee -
he payments of premium may be published a small treatis on the application ud .trf
illy or in a gross sum. ,' "of the Uterei-Abdmin-W $uppev. This__ _siabis#l b- .
ie hundred dollars : cbmpanies each Suppodr, sol by Dr. itaeu...'
tains instructions for selecting, fining and wearingoa ,
3 instrument, by aid ofwhich any.patieamfitaimht !
e | ., V .without assistance. Information ofthe neess.ryekW ,'




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901 62 40 169 1833 20 ,The pamphlet aWscontainstkhe flis
91 541 1781 88331 Society of.the tate of N*YotkoW


192 1 04 42 1 95 2 041 4 49 adnydien' hour frm 12 tilPhysiciwa s iurd
941 73. 43 1Sal923 51es, in favorof the ft6 ~


951 77 44150 1 9436 2 6394 60 L .ADEAU'S CELingitO C TED ltNr
9723 182 17 51 911 9637 2 20 4 75 ING PLASTER, p mregedfor ain we
091 88 461 92 1.98 387 'ipetnt Srenof co dsm
031 93 47 1 931 90401 tetidance at Dr EUil's offlcd, 4Veaiy atreal%
071 98 48 194 202 4176 House. '. :i.
12204 491 9520444 Ladies'lhours from 12 tia balfi*ststreo. h-
172 11' 50 1 96 2 09 4 60A DEAU 8. CELERB iAgJ.1S1RUNSTA !
232 17 .511 97 220 47.5 .BPING PLAST1ER, pre'ae~o r pin erwedtMWI
282 24 522 022 374 90 in the breast, Wde, backor M s-abiafor 4it hea"
352 31, 53 2 10'2 59 5 24 matism,.liver eoumpant, and -dysp ap-V I
402 36 54 2 18 ? 89 5 49 colds, asthuma, difficulky.of breath i oppre" kt
42 2 43 55 2 324 1 787 the stomach, &a., they 'wffl give iin iate aid W601%-
402 50 562 47 3 566 05' ing relief; and for Lamamta sfity, eae, aqd em-
482 57 57 2 70 420 6 27 ain are decidedly super to a of od r am, .
502 64 6 593 14 4 31 650 dies. Such perse -sw;io c irasmq or. irir*- ,
532 75 59,6 67 4 63 6 75 9uireas tat they stWa Olt ae hr a"( ei.'...
572 81 1 60 4 25 4 91 7 00 ary hahitt generally, who vy Ws ,
632 90 in the breast or Me, are dna -M .'.
received in deposite by the Company beautifulplatertasoth y w.'
upon which interest will be allowed all oers,,a, re free .tr .Ji .
00, irredeemable for 1 year, 4" per c
S" 5 mo 4 '4 /* to a "nuinber oears n /i-- i '
1' "B. 2 thouaands wiTe usedu,.tI1.^1. i^^.^'
TRUSTEES. so.ltary coMnplaiu They at we _--
JanaeaK'et by th J sJaSaJB!00" .aa S? ''R~itl-
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Order 1. Howland wii keep without injur-e iy' cli.I 1i'' ;
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erreotype, with the new methW .of Slare, 2 .0 Bowery. ..,. ...'
,Seoreta purchased by the FreWh e9 .. .V. B ,
y their command, publi'ha for the fl EMARKABLE CURRi.-t-y"i ,tzi*
and manufactures, by the inventor, J lot winter V& h hM aty" eAA U i 1
e. translated from the original by J. md.bt. she was under physicians' d. .
, 1. vol. 12me., with fre plates. th6e she bad a: seven -qI ,jf a -
anse for giving the secret of this strength, wandinnadivehaa;.
y to the world, the French Govern sweata,&c. Malat.mjmTIi,'_
irded an annual pension often thou a bottle of Dr. Tay'a-- i sa' t
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iLETON & CO. 200 Broadway. k medicine. .inthr m .ozj .,
HALL'S PRACTICE OF ME :rh z l: Tmr 1 lori L
PrinciplesoftheTheoryandPnmetice W -iYou-ng, VI '44
arshall Hall. M. D., F.R5L. -and
the Theory and Practic6 of Medi- di~n Sor. 26r
th T eice Stre, =0~ w J "r '.
street School ot Medicime : mem- O- S '
Medical D'Observationuof Paris; pOkftb) "A
resident of the .Ro)al Medical So- CONC'uNT]An$Iuigs"esA -.
h; and Physician to the General aad remp.vig eruptimg, .co the fila, a1l W -i -..4
uital, Nottingham. First American pAties from the this 0 ONt aad A
d mauwh enlarged, by Jacoh B4felow, yrp a no a.uaL ,e ..tm.t a .
SMateria Medca M Harvard Uni- Way of proo .gea .eaM 4..
on Clinical Medicine in the Mawa- than by.um yp is ir t .1e r
Hospital; and Oliver Wendell pMrofession prve .ca .cqapefr,-r ..
Member of the Medical Society of most celeb.Me Paaca Jl.$4 pd#:
s, Professor of Anatomy in Dart- mothers, Whuse i s are w t..
one vol. dvo. S e Ears, -WeakEy re
mad for sale by mended to use it It n redllsi ""
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ir ladies-I would wish yu, or I prgto pthe -rilao lusltiI.Ji-- p.
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my life for yours."-[Midsumahnr obnoxious adtitm. .- -.
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used these 'Glimpses of Western of r1s_ pBK lBS,
it, satd hwre amvrred at the con- ke,.wt. oAM ofi ':
air auiorensii a wife and a moth er as.on snu f",t
aboverabies. She oooecrated e on snuff, T. >
woods to the domestic affectiens- byve s. .."
spirit of contentment which colored ..w., _.Snu P -i ,.,;
i a rozeate hue, and ade every ob- a -
the poetry of hofim. She knew her -4 .d T, .....i,
d she willingly beq5 me the teantof T T_ O. A I.-:. ..,..,->
e sake of him whom she had prom .,s Do _e OnEmmin. : a .n.i. ,.',
I obey,' and she learned many a va,_. 'aMsrt'a s ePxftP .-. -^ ; r
he spodiled child of refined caviliza- j'sWt Teatammtam .I*i.. ... ,- a'i,' '* "
by 'Vulpte Edition of tWeMaw7-.-P .'
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