<%BANNER%>

UFPKY



New-York American
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073672/00057
 Material Information
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: November 11, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09304809
lccn - sn 83030013
System ID: UF00073672:00057
 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

Full Text






:~Pr~~O
:. ~,:~2,Y;:3'
I;E' : + rC-'
-~ ; a
n~- -:- ~- ~
fi;~k
,p, ~i,:
~ri~~4~'xJ' :IJLh- i -. .pi~~.
r ..
!PS ~ I
s I W
~a~I Ib'
"' ~8;j~i '' ~rL3 ~'


.... WALL, CORNER BROAD-ST.


MONDAY EVENING F9NOVWpMBER 11, 1830.


'I.~ .I -B 1


I C.
*~ infl


I ~ ~ #


~C~f~ i
C~i .~a
dr:::-I*:~I L
"
ii5
~1 13 ;: 3!,i
-~ i
-t
;"F Cr`'


VOL. XJt<
-A X "lu


.3W YORK AMJERICUAN.
.4i1. t_ I .. Or TRIE ROPRIZTOB., BY
-,. ^: W O*T N TAN BENTHUYSEN.





.:. d-...n for advenibi in daily Paper.
:: lZ., gA:ul npr ailyn, paer e








SY ksdad Slivr, oy, oer t and t $5 tan
*: ^".teaiifbr advatibhg in pally P aiper.


'*^ffUt ^ W mto "or ewry sabeeunseuet ltt er-




Sroyf^i^pthser TdjdZr- s1in, p aoer8 andl 2 r oter,
S.:" .; iTE--W ant, 750mr a; sparnd and third inser-
'~ ,Ifclllnfti ch2S ceCno and 18 3-4 cents fy every subse-
!iJrJ5-EMJY'r5aEN~S k~pt onr-th inside are charg-
A 'T~dtrW,with 7'o upon which rth number of
OW fsh situation 1 o I T MARK1BD, will be inserted
'' iI A.E AdVER TbSN7S, paper included,O40-



0o HAN.T KING ,
"-. *kAlCUDrBR op
D t AND SILVER WA& CH DIALS,
ao. 175 Broadway.
imRkek t t WAhrNTED.-Any person having a
O, gnatise mer salethat has been but little used,
mlay fltda purchaser ffddressing Box No. 224 Lower
NPg9Q s12
0i ~M A, W hiTED-Wanted a Parlor and two
Bd-room*, with one for.g servant, furnished or
nofdrishbed. A situation 'oelok Chambers street would
i prefered. Address box No 776 Upper Post Office.

ftt AiAT. OF DANCING)AND WALTZINC.r
J -tMB CiARRUAUD begs leave respectfully to
aitke k prwn to his friends, patrons, and the ladies
owl gentlemen, that his Classes have commenced at
is Rooms, 20 White street, and new classes are being
forced eyery week, on the follow g days :-Monday
and Fricay at 8 o'clock, P. M. for Getlemen's Danc-
jog ClahOe; Tweday and Saturday, at 3 o'clock,
aftet*iKii, for the Ladies', Misses', and Masters'
Classes; and the Gentlemen's Dancing and Waltzing
_Cles st halfpast 7 o'clock, evening. The Dancing
SJCvi w.w[ exclusively for the young pupils and parents,
-on every other Wednesday evening during the season
often bats.
The-loiree Balls, exclusively for gentlemen and lat-
dIe, pupi and strangers, on every Thursday evening
during te season of 20 balls, commence on the 14th
November. Transient tickets to be obtained as usual
at the 4dor on the evening of the balls. Transient gen-
tiemen wishing to introduce ladies at the balls, are re-
gueasted to provide themselves with Ladies' tickets
AMi~m' Mr. C. previous to thlnjght of the balls, as no la-
:. i as;n be 6 imitt#e without. The Book is open for
aubribers. For terms and particulars, have the
k kindness to ran at Mr. C.'asesidence, 20White street.
'" PS.- eadiis and gentlemen can receive private
instruction either in dancing or waltzing on Mondays,
-.Wednesdays, and Fridays, at his room,- from 11 to 2
o'clock, P. M. 028 2w
N AVENDISH HOTEL-LONDON
S-i i0. 81 Jermyn street, St. James' Bnear St. James'
ark, Buckflitahb Palace.
S THOMAS HUNTENI-bees most respectfully to ap
pass Anarican gentlemten visiting London, that he has
entered on the above very eligibly situated Hotel, and
mmdre Ithem at the stnctest attention will be paid to
tbeircovenititeesandcomfort, and feelssatisfied the ar-
Ssagean-u he b s made, will enable him to conduct
* the eatabliahment on such moderate terms as will
mwre their continued patronage.
'He is at liberty to refer to many American gentle-
iuj who kave honored him with their patronage.

,.' NOTLCE.
AIE IBOBOKEN LAND AND IMPROVE-
MENT CO.PANY, organtid under an act of the
q Wegel twre'e'0.the State of New Jersey, having pur-
.~da&ed the whele of the Hoboken estate belonging to
-* o *hebiisf tj:edfmtei, tA4g tb.WO.l
P ~ o r w k, w soon dispose of lots at
private sale, and invite the attention of those desirous
of obtainieligile sites for building, to s examina-

:tin of t.ese grounds.
The village of Hoboken,. as a convenient, pleasant
And heattby placeof residence, presents advantages,
It is believed" i wivalled by any other place in the vi-
Vinityof .New York. ; Through the medium of the seve-
%ei Ines of niyrry-boats belonging to the Company, a
coimnnetmi ~s affrded with the city at three dif-
ferent points,, viz-: Barclay street, Canal street, and
Christopher street.,, .
As an inducement to those desirous of availing
themselves of the aadvantages of a residence in Hobo-
ken, the'iost'|libera terms will be ntade, both in the
sale: of lots and.iisthne (e of the ferries.
Aside from itsvalue aSa place of residence from
Sits nearaaus to theciiy, it must be obvious that the
position of iHoborn is sucb, from the extent of coun-
try lying to the west and nortW of it. and the impr0ve-
utrns which are in operation, or contemplated, having
a tendency to direct business to it, that investments
w;thiiu its limits cannot e otherwise than safe and pro-,
fitable. ,
Further particulars in relation to the conditions and
terms of sale will be given in a future notice.
Oe of the Hoboken Land and Improvement Com-
pany, Oct. 1, 1839. .* F. JOHNSON,
o4 tf President.
IDCQIJ4GJiR A1I> COLS.ca
S WINSLOWS' BALSAM

IHOREIEHOUND.
babcrlebrdte at the West, is for sale by Druggists in
Brodway, Canalstreet, and Bowery. an2fi 6Bm


CURE FOR BRONCHITIS, CROUP AND
SJHOOPING COUGH.--Dr. Bow's Liniment is
an unfailing and speedy remedy for the formidable
diseases abdve enumerated. The inventor is of Ed3
.iit*hV, gtrtuate of that University, and an eminent
practising physician at Alnwick, in Northumberland.
Besides hundredsof cases witnessed in his own private
and in.extensive Infirmary practice, in which the Li-
niment has not once failed of its efficacy. Dr. Bow
hu. app~obatory letters from highly distinguished indiag
"wX.al.in Gre4t Britain and America, avouching the
complete success of this inestimable medicine. To be
had, with printed directions for using it, at MORRI-
80N'SM, thread and needle'store, 649 Broadway, and
, 3S- hairm street, New York, at one dollar per phi-
at o23 lm*
tFtEEDiNO FROM THE LUNGS AND
J.U NIGHT SWEATS have brought me to a very
helpless state; hope of recovery was abandoned, but
at t=e wish ot a frieAd I resolved. to try Dr. 'Taylor's
Balsam of Liyerwort. The very first night after my
sweats ceased-; raised no more blood after the third
day, and I have'beeni on the recovery every day since.
Feeling a desireto help others, I publish this state-
ment, -and I earnestly hope it may be the indirect
means of curing many, for- it is horrid indeed, to wit-
ness such distress.'
E. M. HOYT, rear of 91 Green street.
J7 O atibn against Frauds-Getthe genuine at the
Bowery Medicine Stpre, 260 Bowery. n9 3t
TUST published, forlsalel by HENDERSON
J GREENFE. 337 Broadway-
Alfred De Rosent; or, the Adventures of a French
Gentleman, by George W. M. Reynolds, in 2 vols.
The XLdy'fs Annual Register and Housewife's Al-


SCHOOLS.
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG GEN-
. TLEMEN-Madison Hill, near Morristown, N.
A. CHAULET respectfully informs the public and
his friends, that he will re-open his School for the viln-
ter term on the 1st of November.
A spacious additional building will enable Mr. C.
o receive a large number. of pupils.
Cards to be had at Messrs. Bernard & Mondon's, 36
Courtlandt street.
,Mr. Roe Lockwood's, 411 Broadway. o16 1m*
THE NEW YORK LYCEUM.-This literary In
stitution, for the last twelve years under the di
reaction of CHARLES COUDERT, Esq., has been
removed to ELizabethtown, N. J., one hour's distancL.
from this uity by steam. It would be difficult to find a
more eligible locality for a BOARDING SCHOOL.
combining ample conveniences and a healthy situatloii.
The buildings are large and airy, with one hundred
and fifty acres of grounds attached to the property.
The facility of communication with this city by steam-
boat and railroad at all hours of the day, cannot fail to
be appreciated as a great convenience.
Mr. COUDERT hopes for a continuation of confi-
denee from parents and guardians in his new location.
R;inr air;nnrvdr eAiouit.. In 1idv rinlnn a A Ia iscuotnm


SCHOOLS,
K ING & FEEKS' CLASSICAL AND ENG:
LISH SCHOOL, 639 Broadway, (between
Houston and Bleecker sts.) will be re-opened on Mon-
day, Sept. 2d. au27 tf
A STORIA FEMALE INSTITUTE.-The Rec-
tor of this Institution, grateful for the general ap-
probation which his plan has received, begs leave to
state that the Winter Term will commence on Mon-
day, December 2d.
Increased efficiency has been given to the Board of
Instruction, by the addition of a Professor of A rithme-
tic, Algebra, and other branches of Mathematics,
and by the establishment of courses of lectures on
Chemistry, Astronomy, and General History, accom-
panied with the requisite experiments and illustra-
tions.
Classes in Callisthenics and the elegant recreations
have been formed, to be conducted under thd superin-
dence of an accomplished instructress.
Arrangements are in progress to furnish thorough
instruction in Sacred Music, in connection with the
Organ.
Applications to be addressed to Rev. J. W. BROWN,
Astoria, L. I.
Astoria, Nov. 8, 1839. n9 .
*'.**J **l*%*% 40 F ~I D AW'IfXTCL IASSC'01 AL ANI %d CI MER A


xmf 2. ...V. .... ,i,,ro ,tb .. .?"*. IT-OODLAWN CLASSICAL AN D COMsMER-
of education, he was obliged to look for a situation VV CIAL BOARDING SCHOOL, 51st street,
wcombnhing more 1onteniences than could be secured 10th Avenue, on the Hudson River, (31 miles from the
within the limits of the city. At Elizabethtown aill City Hall.)-JNO. W. HOWS, Prindpal.
those manly, exercises which are not onlbeneficialto This Irw-tiJn isex.Hubiy r Bording School
thehealth, but of eolnstart utility through life, 'will for young genitlemen. The nuimberbeing limited to
constitute a3 part. of the system a y g e.tlmn .the erft bei lt ed
cons aep~airtoftohesystem;f education. The thirty, enables the Principal to combine in his system
pupils wiRole instructed. atsuitable ours, in ring, every advantage of education, with a truly parental
in the use of the gun, agriculture, botany, &c. &c. It attention to the comforts, manners, and morals of the
s superous to remind parents of the advantages d is entrusted to hiscare
rived frointhe study of Moder, languages, combined circumstances have drawn the attention of the
Switch the Ancient. There has been no example of prncipal to a mode of tuition, which is intended to
scholar's being unable to speak. fluently the French nd thoroghly ground the pupil in the elementary branches
Spanish after two yeas' residence atthe Lyceum. The of solid pract ol learning, by adapting the studies to
greatest attention s given to Mathematics, and an ex- the particularcapacities of the. children, and only per-
tnsive apharatusof t natural Philosophy and ChSmistr n hitting them to advance, as their capabilities are de-
is attache to the School. Pupils studying g Survey- veloped for' the higher departments of learning taught
g will bne instructed by an eminent professor. in the School, which comprise a through classical and
Every information, and cards of terms, studies, c. English education, necessary to prepare the student
may be obtained at the Bookstore of Berard & Mn-focollege or mercantile life.
Pn. ci pal, the R..W. WArl gv tot cohege Or mercankite nt.e.
don 36 t. au2 3m The situation of the School is perfectlyhealthy, and
TROY EPISCOPAL INSTITUTE, combines every advantage requisite for such an estab-
THIS Institution was incorporated at the last Sea- lishment.
sionof the State Legislature, and is now placed upon References to parents of children in the Institution
a more satisfactory and more permanent -footing. may beo obtained by application to the Principal at the
The Board of Instruction is full and efficient. Every School, or bi letter, addressed to the care of A. K.
department is adequately supplied thoroughly to an- BERTRON, Bookseller, 469 Broadway. Terms for
swerits appropriate end. Board and Tuition, $200 per annum, for boys under
The character of the Trustees and Officers is such fourteen; beyond that age, $250 per annum; paymentss
:as toinspire confidenceread merit patronage. quarterly in advance. French, Spanish, Music, and
By the arrangements for the cnsumg Term, the Dancing are extra charges.
Principal, the Rev. W. F. WALKER, will give to the New York. 16th Oct.. 1839. o17 6m iwis
School his constant sunperintendence.
Much has. hitherto ben sacrificed to bring this In- MRS. LINCOLN PHELPS' INSTITUTE,
stitution to its present State, and secure the facilities "IT At Rahway, New Jersey,
it now offers for imparting a thorough and Christian VILL be opened for the reception of Young La
education, which it is hoped a Christian public will so dies, Wednesday, the 6th of November.
appreciate as to extend a continuance and increase of Principal--Mrs. incoln Phelps.
ita t rn&ae. r W Vice Principal--Miss Eunice M. Phelps.
'ew randample provision has been made for thor- Teachers-- s Hannah E. Miller.
roughly warming the rooms, both public and private, so Emma Willard Lincoln.
as to render them perfectly comfortable in the coldest P S. North.
weather. Those interested are invited to call and Laura Connablo.
look at the various apartments, in the course of the Sarah Gregory.
next week, previous to the opening. French Governess-.-Mia''lle Duplisses.
A The next, oe Fall Term, will commence on Friday, Music Professor (Vocal and Intrumental,)-Signor
Nov. ist. The Teachers will then all be at their Chia ei.
posts nd the School be organized at 9 o'clock, A. M. R.hway is a pleasant village, situated on the direct
It is very desirable that pupils should be presentpunc- railroad between New York and Philadelphia, within
tualy at the opening. one hour's distance by steam carriage from the former
Charges, as heretofore, and five from the latter city, communicating with New
Applications for the admission of pupils may be made York by three daily line of ears, and with Philadelphia
to the Principal, the Rev. W. F. WALKER, person- by two. It is within a short distance from Princeton,
allyorthrough the post office,or to JOHN W. MITCH one of the most venerable seat of learning in the coun-
ELL, Es., New York. try, and is surrounded by valuable schools for boys.
Troy, Oct. 22; 1839. o25 Parents.may thus find an opportunity for educating
their sons and daughters in the same neighborhood.
HE STUDY. OF BOOK-KEEPING, 88 CedarI TERMS. -. P
I street, near Broadway.-C. C. MIRSH, Accounth The School Year, consisting of 44 weeks, will be di
ant continues to give Practical Lessons in this most vided into two sessions, half a session being one q:. r-
,necessary branch of a mercantile education. Also, t t er.o.
cuaton in: o n of teraynts, ,Discun and Iquo
,open, chlose.or adjust accounts, and to write up bos. Charge for board, including washing, lodging, fue,
SThe court of instruction through which the pupil &.,.with tuition in the Enslt o Branches and M t the
-passes is thoroughly practical ; and the person of good matics, $125 per ess on, payable in advaneu,
capacity. who devotes about three weeks to the study E EPoE NSl P eer.
wi bequalifid to keep correctly andelegantly the ac-i.. t
counts'of any business. Upiti instn
Bm-aeW a set of pattpersbip aceourits hb-la t Be g (or ; the Pretts'u Charg,: L t oEdu0 ate'gioen,
,, ", Sigor Chianei.)
fore him mere than a hundred different business trans- Guitar. --------------1..."... 000
actions, each of which is a subject of remark, conver- Singing,-.......--....10 00
station and study; he becomes familiar with the vari- Harp, at the Professor's charge.
ous account books from actual use or reference, with Latin or Gteek of..........e.. 7 50
trial balances, balance sheets, various Mercantile cal- French, Spanish or Italian- .7 50
culations in Equation of Payments, Discount, and In- Pupils ate requested to furnish their own towels and
terest; Exchanger, Insurance, &c, W &c. napkins, which, with their clothing, should be marked
C. C. MARSH'S WORKS, with their full name.
(Introduced in N. Y. P. Schools.) Mrs. Phelps will in this institution pursue the plan
a. The Science of Double Entry Book-keeping Sim- ofeducation commenced by her at Westchester, Penn-
plified." Astandard work, eighth edition, 200 pages sylvania, the direction of the establishment beine
Avo --nIgttr o..k e wholly under the control of-Mr. Phelps and herself
The Art of Single Entry h ook-keeping, c prove Mr. Phelps will have charge of the financial concerns
by the Introduction of the Proof of Balance';" 130 pa. To such as may be interested in the subject, Mrs
avo.- ce. of Phelps would refer for her views on education to her
11A Lecture on the tuy of Bt ook-keeptng, wth8 published Works,* particularly the 'Female Student,'
Balance Sheet." A neat pamphlet, 48 pa. being a course of Familiar Lectures on Education, ad-
price 18 cents. s14 6m dressed to the papils of the Troy Female Seminary in
FLUSHING INSTITUTE, FOR THE EDUCA 1830 and 1831.
TION OF YOUNG LADIES. -
r REV. J. F. SCHROEDER, D. D., Rector. These Works are Familiar LecturesonBotany,
"HIS SEMINARY, which was opened on the Natural Philosophy,' and 'Chemistry,' with smaller
first day of October. offers many peculiar advantages, volumes on the same sciences, and 'Geology for Be-
for establishing the health, maturing the moral and'in- ginners,' 'Dictionary of Chemistry,' 'Caroline West-
tellectual discipline, and promoting the present happi- erty,' 'Female Student,' 'A Mother's Journal,' and
ness and eternal welfare of such young ladies as may Notes to the Translation of Madame Necker de Saus
be admitted members of the Institute. In all its plans e's sur Progressive Education,' prepared by Mrs. Wil
a careful reference has been had to the exnerience of ad and Mrs. PhelDs. ol 9tC


the best Schools in Europe and our own country. Its
charges for board and tuition are moderate; and no
pains will be spared to render it, in all respects, what
the most affectionate and solicitous parent or guardian
can desire. An earnest wish to afford his. own daugh-
ters the best opportunities to cultivate their minds and
form their characters, is a pledge to those who may
confide their children and wards to the Rector of this
Institute, that these also will partake of every benefit,
that his observation and experience may enable him to
F provide.
THE BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS are the same that were
occupied by the Seminary of the Rev. Dr. Muhlenberg,
until the time of his removal to St. Paul's College, two
miles distant. The buildings are very spacious, and
admirably adapted to the purposes of the Institute; and
the grounds, comprising six acres of land, are beauti-
fully situated, within the limits of the town of Flush-
ing, seven miles from the city of New York.
PROFESSORS, GOVERNESSES, AND TEACHERS well
qualified and experienced,are engaged in the several de-
partments of instruction. The presiding Governess, the
French Governess, and the other Instructresses, re-
side in the building, and are with the pupils at' all
hours. !
THE TERMS for board and tuition, are a hundred and!
fifty dollars for each session of twenty-one weeks,
payable in advance. All the extra charges, for music
and other elegant accomplishments, will be moderate.
For further particulars see the "Circular" of the Insti
tute,published in the CHURCHMAN; or address, bymail,
the Rev. Dr. SCHROEDER, New York. All letters
for him are to be directed to Flusaing, Long Island,
N.Y.
IE7 A steamboat plies between New York and
Flushing twice every day, leaving the foot of Fulton
street, N Y. every morning and evening, and coaches
run twice a day from No. 21 Peck slip, New York,
and stop at the Post Office in Williamsburg five min-
utes. Ferry-boats are continually passing between
Grand street and Williamsburg, both by day and m
the evening. o9 tf
r .__FLUSHING INSTITUTE.


B FOSGATE'S ANODYNE CORDIAL-A
safe and effectual remedy for the summer corn
plaints, viz: Diarrhoea and Cholera Morbus; also
Flatulent and Spasmodic Cholics ; having been tested
throughout the State of New-York and elsewhere,
during the last twelve years with complete success.
This is undoubtedly the best Medicine now in use
for the above named diseases, and most of the Coughs,
Lung complaints and .Bowel affections incident to
our country. The summer and autumnal Diarrhoeas
(commonly known by the term Dysenteries) that yearly
make such dreadful havoc among children, sweeping
thousands to their graves in spite of all remedies
usually prescribed, have never yet been known to
resist its efficacy. When administered -in that most
distressing disease, the Cholera Morbus, it never fails
to produce the most happy effects, if the doses be in-
creased in quantity and frequency according to thcr
violence of the symptoms, which ought and can al-
ways be done with perfect safety-and if any failure
should occur, it must be owing to a criminal negli-
gence. It speedily relieves Vomitings, Gripings, Fla-
ulentand Spasmodic Cholics. Its anodyne proper
ties render it peculiarly applicable in Cramps, like
wise restlessness and weariness of limbs. It is pe-
culiarly useful for children when teething, as it allays
irritation, induces moderate perspiration, and pro-
duces sleep, being superior to the Elixir Paregoric,
the too free use of which has often proved injurious by
causing visceral obstructions, inflammation and fever.
This medicine is discovered to be a certain and
effectual remedy for the intestinal diseases produced
by the drinking of the waters of the rivers in the
southern and southwestern States, which renders it
of inestimable value to those who reside or travel in
those sections of the country.
The inventor, aware that it is the fate of all pre.
parations put up for public use, to be indiscriminately
ondemned by many, either from selfish motives, or a
desire to discover uncommon skill without knowing
any thing of their composition or medical virtues, and
notwithstanding however unjust such decisions may
be, or whatever weight they may have, yet he con-
fidentlv believes this medicine, prepared with the


DRY GOODS.
"ROBERT WADE OGDEN, having purchased
ILJ. S. FOUNTAIN'S entire stock of Fancy and
Staple DRY GOODS, respectfully announces to
his friends and the public, that he will continue the
same business, at 231 Broadway, (adjoining the Ame-
rican Hotel,) as heretofore. His facilities being very
great, he will be able to introduce into the New York
Market, direct from Paris, every new style and de-
scription of Goods in his Hin of business, which those
who favor him with their Ibtronage may rely upon ob-
taining at the lowest maralet prices.
New York, Oct. 30tb, 139.

T riE subscriber, in relinquishing a business which
he has followed fera number of years, feels great
pleasure in recommending to the patronage of his nu-
merous customers and fre.ds; Mr. ROBERT W.
OGDEN.
Having been in his employ for the last eleven years,
he feels fully confident that his capability and thorough
knowledge of the business will insure his success,
and warrant their satisfaction.
o31 Ii J. S. FOUNTAIN.
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.-THOM-
. AS M. LEWIS respectfully informs his friends
and customers, that lwp-has taken the store No. 277
Broadway, three doorsr north of Chambers street, and
will open this morning with a general assortmentpf
Fancy and 1tapte Dry Go *s. large proration *e
te stock has rtentTy been pu**a4a as auction, ang
will be afforded at extremely low prices.
N. B.-T. M. L. assures 6.|ladies every attention
who may favor him with a calL- o24 tf
GENTLEMEN'S PR ^.KSEAM GLOVES.--
Just received from Piais, ill colors, of the best
quality and make, importe&egpressly for city trade.
The subscriber recommend.ttse goods to his custom
ers wanting a first rate arti4i i.-.
J. BATTIN, DIaler in Gloves, &c.,
o28 276 Greenwich st.
M/EN'S UNDER GA ll NTS -A new article
.VI in the Market-Shirt# d Drawers of Ameri-
can manufacture, and ma 'of Saxony Wool and
double threaded, differing inooth these respects from
the European Goods, as th n their assortments of
wool make a greater varietyjd almost uniformly re-
serve the finer descriptions cloths and cassimeres,
nq thinking that the finest wI is coarse and harsh
enough to come in contact witi the sensitive skin; and
ij the last respect they are really what they are set
forth to be, double threaded. ,
Also, a good assortment ofiLadies' Under Garments
of Merino, Silk, Cotton andfine Wool, our usual va-
riety of descriptions, sizes, C,
o24 LANE & VAN ZAD, 14 Maiden Lane.


WIDE VELVETS FOR MANTILLAS-Open-
W ed this morning by CLARKE & COMPANY,
four cases extra width and superior quality, consisting
of the richest colors of narrow, green, fine and blue
black, which are offered at prices that will be consid-
ered a great inducement to-purchasers, who are re-
spectfully invited to call and. examine at 337 Broad-
way.. -' n5 lw
"C ASHMERE SHAWLS,-Opened this morning,
.J by CLARKE & COMPANY, 3 cases Lyons
manufacture, consisting of Whitb, Black, and Mode
colors, of the newest style and patterns, which have
never been offered before in the city, at extremely low
prices to suit the times, at 337 Broadway. n5 Iw
CHEAP DRY GOODS.J-'ROBT. W. OGDEN,
(successor to J. S. Fountain,),231 Broadway, of-
fers to the ladies, a choice selection of seasonable
Dry Goods, at auction prices.: Among which are-
French Calicoes, yard wide, fast colors, only 2s.
English do, Is 6s. "
Black French Merino Cloth, with Mousseline de
Laine figures, 1 yards wid,, 8s. per yard.
Fine Cotton Hose, 2s. 6d. per air.
Worsted do. 2s. 6d. perair.
Also-About $10,000 worth orfigJured and plain Poux
de Sole; Gro d 'Afriques- leps; P.plins, plain and
figured Satins; Chene andu Olece Silks; Thibet and
Cashmere Broche Shawls; do Handkerchiefs; Silk
Hdkfs and Scarfs; colerredVelvets, &c. &c.; to
which the attention of purc lsers is reqtested.
TTELVET MANTILLAS..-CLAPRKE & COM
V PANY,337 Broadway, hyve just received, and
will open this morning- L-.-
.2 dozen Velvet Maulillauetfi deldijth chenelle
udJiaamF'aTY d all fafar.ertllfnjiij.p^ --
Also, 2 elegant Emlroider velvet do.
2 do. do. Silk do.
And an assortment of Silk Mantillas, trimmed with
Lace, lined and wadded, of the latest patterns and
shapes, which will be found worthy the attention of
purchasers, who are invited to call. n5 Iw
LINEN CAMBRIC HDKFS FOR CHILDREN.
L -THOMAS M. LEWIS, 277 Broadway, has
just received a large lot of small size Cambric Hdkfs,
suitable for children, which will be sold for the low
price of 3s. n7
VTTELVET SHAWLS, PALETOTS, &c.-The
V subscribers have opened two cases Paris fancy
goods, viz :
Rich velvet Shawls and Mantillas, trimmed with
silk and chenille fringes.
Elegant velvet Paletots, the latest Paris style.
Silk and plush, and satin Shawls, with rich fringes.
A most extensive assortment of Broche Thibet and
camel's-hair Shawls, in new patterns, and
shades of colors.
Fancy Bags, Muffs, Cravats, Collars, &c. &c.
The above are offered for sale at extremely low
prices. Purchasers are invited to examine them at
A. T. STEWART & CO.'S,
n7 3tis 257 Broadway.
CHEAP MOUSELIN DE LAINES.-ROBERT
W. OGDEN (successor to J. S. Fountain) has
this day received 2 cases of French Mouselin ide
Laines, all wool, which he will sell at 3s. per yard.
Also, a quantity of French Calicoes, at 2s.
n7 231 Broadway, adjoining American Hotel.
BOYS' WOOLLEN COMFORTERS AND
.GLOVES-Boarding schools can be furnished
with these goods at the lowest wholesale prices, in
large or small quantities, by
J. BATTIN, Dealer in Hosiery, &c.,
o28 276 Greenwich st
M ISSUES' BEST PARIS KID AND CASTOR
M GLOVES-A few dozen of beautiful quality,
intended fer young misses, of black and colored kid
and drab castor, made in the best style, for sale by
o28 J. BATTIN, 276 Greenwich st.
/I ENTLEMENS SUPERIOR BUCK GLOVES
kJ--A large supply received, of superior manufac-
ture, the leatherbeing soft and fine, now open, to which
he invites the attention of his customers.
o28 J. BATTIN, 276 Greenwich st.
LADIES' NEW STYLE PARIS KID GLOVES
IL-The subscriber has just opened a few boxes of
new style, lined with white silk plush and buff wash
leather, the cuffs bound with silk velvet, the richest
article ever imported, for sale by
J. BATTIN, 276 Greenwich street,
o22 between Warren and Chambers st.
"NTEW FALL GOODS.-P. & G. BROWN, 46
I Canal street, beg to inform the ladies of New
York, that they have at present on hand a large and
beautiful assortment of rich and fashionable Fancy and
Staple Dry Goods, to which they are constantly re-
ceiving additions as the European packets arrive.
Having been all purchased within the last few days on
the most advantageous terms, P. & G. B. feel confident
that no where can goods be bought to greater advantage
han with them. Their stock& consists of--
Colored and blue black Gros de Naps, Poult de Solie,
Reps, and Gros de Afrique.
Rich figured and figured stripe, colored and blue black
Silks, in great variety.
A splendid assortment of Cashmere and Broche
Ihnw. Il nrpnmrnnnflv Inw


CLARKE & COMPANY.
FANCY DRY GOODS.
No. 337 Broadway, New York.
J. BATT[N,
276 Greenwich street, New York.
Keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of
GLOVES AND HOSIERY,
LAMBSWOOL, MBRINO, SILK AND COTTON
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
anu14 'wholesale and detail .
ASTRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c.-
Transits from London, Theodolites, from Lon-
don, Paris and Germany ; Telescopes of Fraunhope'*,
Rossins,Troughton & Simms, and Plopel's make;
together with a large assortment of Nautical Instrui.
ments, Mathematical and Astronomical Books; for
sale by E. & G. W. BLUNT, 179 Water. at.,
jel7 c6r. of Burling slip.
W I pin prs.
W OMAN'S MISSION.
If women could once be made to understand their
real mission in this world, and to feel their own im-
portance and responsibility, a surprising change must
Immediately take place in society, giving it a higher
tone and spirit."
With Introduction and Notes, by the Rt. Rev. G.
W. Doane, Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey.
o4 WILEY & PUTNAM. 161 Broadway.
A MERICAN ANNUALS FOR 1840.-The Gift,
XX a Christmnas and Now Yar' Preset. Edited
by Miss Leslie, with 9 beautiful iengtavings, bound i*
embossed m6o0ico, 12mo. ,.
The Literary Souvenir. Edited by Win. E. Bur-
ton, with 13 fine engravings, bound in embossed mo-
rocco, 8vo.
The Token and Atlantic Souvenir, with ten fine en-
gravings, bound in embossed morocco, 12mo.
The Christitn Keepsake and -Missionary Annual.
Edited by Rev. J. A. Clarke, with 9 engravings, tvo.,
bound in embossed morocco.
The Religious Souvenir. Edited by Mrs. L. H.
Sigourney, superbly bound in embossed morocco, with
eight splendid illustrations, executed by the most emi-
nent artists, 12mo.'
The Religious Offering. Edited by Miss C. H.
Waterman, beautifully bound in arabesque morocco,
and embellished with ten highly finished engravings by
the first artists, 12mpo.
The Gem--AChristmas and New Year's Present,
seven splendid steel engravings, bound in Turkey mo-
rocco, super extra, 12mo.
The Pearl; or, Affection's Gift: a Christmas and
New Year's Present, six fine steel engravings, bound
in embossed morocco, 12mo.
The Violet; or, Juvenile Souvenir. Edited by
Miss Leslie, with six steel engravings, bound in em-
bossed morocco, 12mo. For sale by
o24 CHARLES S FRANCIS, 252 Broadway.
T ENIDERSON-GRE ENE,377--Broadway, 2d
1. door below White street, begs leave ',respect-
fully to inform his friends and the public generally,
that he continues to keep on hand his select stock of
standard and new works.
Orders for curious and rare works of any description
attended to. The subscriber will be exceeding reason-
able in his charges, as he finds this course more to his
interest, on account of the prevalent spirit of competi-
tion. He has already experienced the liberality of the
public, and trusts his further endeavors to give satis-
faction, will not prove unsuccessful. o31
A SPLENDID AND USEFUL CHRISTMAS
AND NEW YEAR'S PRESENT.-C. F.
HAUSMAN & CO. will publish in time for the Christ-
mas Holidays, the complete volume of OUR GLOBE
ILLUSTRATED. This work consists of beautiful
views in all part of the World, elegantly engraved on
steel, with explanatory letter press. The Engravings
are one hundred and five in number, and about four
pages of description to each. The whole making a
large quorto volume, will be splendidly bound in Mo-
rocco, with Gilt leaves. Price Ten dollars.
Orders from Bookseflers should be forwarded with-
out delay. Address E. LITTELL & CO., '
279 Chesnut street, Philadellphia.
Plates in the first Volumne.-Title page, Villeneuve
on the Lake of Geneva ; The Forum, at Rome ; Con-
stantinople ; The Falls of Niagara; The Bank of
England; Cordova in Spain, with a view of the Pa-
laces and Dungeons of the inquisition ; Naples and
Mount Vesuviis ; The Pyramids of Gixeh, Egypt ;
The Cathedral of Durham, England ; Palmyra, or
the City, of pimnns,% theaytrum Deasen ; .Caseesd
of Liebenstein and Sternfels, on the Rhife; Mainz,
in Germany, on the Rhine ; Yale College and State
House, New Haven ; Brieg in Switzerland; Natural
Bridge, in Virginia; Ruins of Thebes, in Egypt;
Windermere Lake, England; Castle of Trostberg, in
the German Alps; Castle of Klumm, in the Valley of
the Inn ; Delphi, in Greece ; Rouen, in France; Suli,
in Greece ; The Sibyl, Temple near Tivoli ; Ruined
Temples on the Island of Phylae; Capitol at Wash-
ington ; Imperial Gardens at Nankin, in China ;
Palace of the Doge, at Venice; Syracuse, in Sicily ;
Trent, in the Tyrol; Bruges, in Flanders; Dieppe,
Erance ; Smyrna, iji Turkey ; Diodati, on the Lake
of Geneva; Wurzburg, in Gerniany; Falls of Velino,
in Italy; Nuremburg, in Germany; University of Vir-
ginia ; Bonn, in Germany ; Giant's Causeway, in Ire-
land ; Gibraltar, i Spain; Madrid, in Spain ; Tiri,in
Hindostan ; Thun, on the Lake of Thun; Biel Valley,
in Saxony; Convent of St. Anthony; Ithaca, in
Greece ; Church of the Holy Sepulchre ; Fair-
mount Bridge, Philadelphia; Benares, in India; In-
terlachen, in Switzerland; Drachenfels, on the Rhine;
Carrick a Rede, in Ireland; Glypotheca, &c. at Mu-
nich; Honfleur, in France; Negroponte, in Greece;
Chillon, Lake of Geneva; Corfu, in Greece; Sta. Ma-
ria at Venice; Castle Landeck, in Switzerland; The
Hague, Holland; Heidelberg; Cadiz; Ruins of Tyre;
Coburg, in Germany; Pisa, in Italy; Campo Santo, in
Pisa, Italy; Dowlutabad, in India; Quebec, in Ameri-
ca; Coblentz, and Ehrenbreitstein; Madras, in India;
Cape Town, in Africa; La Valetta, in Malta; Furs-
tenberg, in Germany; Hermkutschen; The Royal Pa-
lace in Madrid; Edinburg; Peterwardcin on the Da-
nube; Nikolskoi Cathedral; Cathedral in Antwerp;
Bridge of St Angelb, Rome; The Jungfrau, Alps;
Kremlen, in Moscow; Elephanta in India; Salamis;
Havre; Cintra near Lisbon; The Danube; Sevilla in
Spain; Burg Stolzenfels; Falls of Niagara, 2d view;
Clitumnus Temple, Italy; Temples of Ellora, India;
Mount Zion; Edinburgh Castle; Tempe, in Greece;
Dublin; Alexander Column, St Petersburg; Hurduc-


war in India; The Wareburgh, Germany; Burgos in
Spain; Lisbon; The Pantheon, Rome; Ruins ofDjer-
ash; Island of Cyprus; Leipsic. n2
E ENGLISH ANNUALS for 1840.--D. APPLE-
TON & CO., 200 Broadway, beg to inform the
trade and the public, that the following English An-
nuals for the ensuing year. are now ready for de-
livery, viz-
Heath's Gems of Beauty, edited by Lady Blessington.
The plates of this work far surpass any of the pre-
vious volumes. Royal 4to, figured silk.
The Belle of the Season, Twelve Plates, under the
direction of Mr. Heath; with a Poem by Lady
Blessington. Superbly bound. This is the most
splendid Annual of the season.
The Forget-Me-Not, by Shoberl. 12 plates. 12mo.
morocco.
Heath's Picturesque Annual, illustrative of Windsor
Castle, from Drawings by Harding: with a full-
length equestrian Portrait of Queen Victoria: silk
large 8vo.
Heath's Book of Beauty, silk: large 8vo.
Heath's Keepsake, figured silk: large 8vo.
The Amaranth, by T. K. Harvey. 13 superb Engrav-
ings. Imperial 4to.
Friendship's Offering and Winter's Wreath; 10plates
12mo. morocco.
Fisher's Drawing-Room Scrap Book.
Juvenile Scrap Book, by Mrs. Ellis : 16 plates. 8vo.
Shakspeare Gallery, 45 plates; superb morocco; 8vo.
Book of the Boudoir, Imperial 4to, morocco.
The Iris, Imperial 4to. morocco.
Oriental Annual. 8vo. morocco.


T HE MUSEUM OF FOREIGN UTERATURE
SCIENCE AND ART, is published every mani
by E. LITTELL & CO., 270 Chesnut street, Philo.
delphia, at Six Dollars a year, payable-in advance.-+-
Distant subscribers are requested to remit a $5 note
on account.
With the year 1839 begins the Seventh Volume of i
New Series, complete sets of which can be finished
at Two Dollars a volume in numbers r Two .olla*
and a half, bound. The New Series a begun because
we are no longer able to supply orders for comet
seto of the Old.
CONTENTS OF THE. SEPTEMBER NUt.BE.
1 Duke of Wellington's European Desplathes, ldt-
burgh Review.
2 Voyages of Captains King and Fitzroy, do.
3 Allison's French Revolution, Blackwood's Maga-
zine.
4 Anglo Saxon Literature, British Critic. '
5 History of Port Royal, Foreign Monthly Review.
6 French Manufactures, do.
7 Norman Conquest of England, do.
8 Literary Fables from the Spanish, Blackwood's
Magazine.
9 Macgillivray's British Birds, Spectator.
10 Cooper's American Navy, Monthly Review.
11 Memoirs of a Cadet, Spectator.
12 Progress of Chartism, do.
13 Marshal Marmont's Turkish Empire, do.
14 Commercial Relations of England and France, do.
16 OCl. Todr WesteMp India, do.
17 Youatt's Humanity to Brutes, do.
18 Memoirs of Dr Morrison, do, and Examiner.
19 Journey through the Mexican Provinces TunaAipaa,
Coahuila and Texas, Atheneum.
20 Expedition up the Quorra with Lander, United
Service Journal.
21 Literary Intelligence, Foreign Monthly Review.
22 Steuart's Travels in Bogota, Atheneum.
23 Nicholas Nickleby, Nickleby Papers.
24 Jack Sheppard, Bentley's Miscellany.
25 Gratitude, an Irish Story, Dublin University Maga-
zine.
Subscriptions received at 86 year, by Mesn CAR
VILLS 108 Broadway, and E. LITTELL & CO.
Ph ladefphii'. o7
A MERICAN ANNUALS FOR 1840.-The LI
1-. terary Souvenir, a Christmas and New Year's
Present, edited by Wm. E. Burton, Esq, with 13 splen-
did steel engravings, bound in embossed morocco, in 1
vol. 8vo. The Gift, a Christmas and New Year's Pre-
sent, for 1840, edited by Miss Leslie, with 9 splendid
steel engravings, bound in embossed morocco, in 1 vol.
12mo. Christian Keepsake and Missionary Annual,
edited by the Rev. John A. Clarke, for 1840, with 9
splendid steel engravings, bound in gilt morocco, in 1
vol. 12mo. Token and Atlantic Souvenir, a Christmas
and New Year's Present, for 1840, edited by S. G.
Goodrich, with 10 splendid steel engravings, bound in
gilt morocco, in 1 vol. 12mo. Religious Souvenir, a
Christmas and New Year's Present, for 1840, edited
by Mrs. H. L. Sigourhey, with 8 splendid steel en-
gravings, embossed morocco, 1 vol. 12mo. Religious
Offering, a Christmas and New Years' Present for
1810, edited by Miss Catharine H. Waterman, with
10 beAutiful engravings, bound in embossed morocco,
in 1 vol. 18mo. The Gem, a Christmas and New
Year's Present, for 1840. with 7 beautiful engravings,
bound iu embossed morocco, in 1 vol. 18mo. The Vi-
olet, a Christmas and New Year's Present, for 1840,
edited by Miss Leslie, with 6 beautiful engravings,
bound in embossed monrocco, in 1 vol. 18mo. "The
Pearl, or Affection's Gift, for 1840, a Christmas and
New Year's Present, with 7 beautiful engravings bound
in embossed morocco.
For sale to the trade on liberal terms, by
o17 D. APPLETON & CO. 200 Broadway.
1840.
A LL the Annuals, with a variety of Books for Gifts,
.L at the Bookstore of
o25 CHAS. S. FRANCIS, 252 Broadway.
L ONDON ANNUALS FOR 1840.-WILEY &
PUTNAM, Importers, 161 Broadway, New
York, and 35 Paternoster Row, London, have just re-
ceived the following splendid English Annuals, fir
1840:
The Book of the Boudoir; or, tlhe Court of Queen
Victoria. A series of Portraits of the English Nobili-
ty, engraved by William and Edward Fiden.
drawings by A. E. Chaion, J. Hayter, and'J.
with illustrn tuao
The Iris of Prose. Poetry, and Arts, with latgo and
beautifully engraved plates and fanciful piotqjue
borders, in a newand unique style; Edited by Miss
M. R. Mitford, author of. 'Our Village,' Beloird
Regis,' &c. &c., superbly bound in morocco, 4to.
Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap Book; with poetidal
illustrations by L. E. L., and Mary Howitt, with 86
splendid engravings, 4to., bound in extra embossed
muslin.
Constantinople, and the Scenery of the Seven
Churches of Asia Minor, illustrated in a series of
drawings from.nature. By Thonas 'Allbm, with an
historical account of Constantinople, and descriptions
of the plates by Rev. Robert Walsh, LL. D., with 50
beautiful plates, morocco, extra 4to.
The Juvenile Scrap Book, by Mrs. Ellis, author of
the Women of England,' &c., with 16 fine plates.
Friendship's Offering, with 10 superb plates, 12mo.
o l 8 ;S -"

WT LONDON BOOKS.
SILEY & PUTNAM, Importers of Foreign
Books, 161 Broadway, ;N. Y., and 35 Paternoster Row
London, have received per late arrivals and are eon-
stantly receiving all new and standard Worksv as they
appear from the English press.
Lord Bacon's Works, Montague'sedition, 17 vols. 8vo.
Lord Bacon's Works, 2 vols. royal 8vo.
Burke's Works, 2 vols. royal 8vo
Fellow's Journal in Asia Minor in 1838.
Pictorial Shakspeare--Histories, vol. 1, royal 8vo.
Life, Letters, and Correspondence of Lord Byron,
Murray's beautiful edition, complete in one vol.,
Royal 8vo.
The Works of Lord Byron, complete in one vol. royal
8vo, Murray's beautiful edition.
Shakspeare's Works, 'with a Life by Thomas Camp-
bell, royal 8vo.
Brown's History of British Churches, in Englahd,
Scotland, Ireland and America, a new edition in 2
vols. 8vo. i


Goodwin's Churches of London, numerous plates, in
2 vols. 8vo.
British History, from the Invasion of the Romansi to
the Accession of Queen Victoria, in one thick 8vo.
volume. .
Speeches of the RightHon. W. Huskisson, 3 vols.
Memoirs of the Life and Labors of R. Morrison, D.D.,
&c. &c., by his Widow, in 2 vols. 8vo.
Heyne's Virgil, with Index, by Maitlaire, 1 vol. 8vo.
Terentii Comaediae, ex edit. Zeunii, &c., cura Gi(es,
Middleton's Life of Cicero, new edition in I vol.
Homeri lias, with English Notes. by the. Rev -W4
Trollope, M. A., second edition, improved 8vo.
Hooker's Works, new,edition, and Life of the author,
by Izraac Walton, ia2 vols. 8vo. Oxford. 1839.
Milman's Gibbon's Roman Empire, in l2vols. 8vo.
Turner's History of England, 12 vols. 8vo
Landor's Imaginary Conversations, I vol. 8vo.
Hallam's Literature of Europe, in 4 vols. 8vo. :
Fuller's Church History of Britain, 3 vols. 8vo.
Whiston's Josephus, a splendid edition, 3 vols. 8vo.
Wilkinson's Manners and Customs of the Ancient
Egyptians, numerous plates, in 3 vols. 8vo.
Kant's Critie of Pure Reason, in 1 vol. 8vo.
Pictorial Edition of the Holy Bible, in 3 vols., royal
8vo.
Chalmer's English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper,
in 21 vols. royal 8vo. n7.:
T HE ALDINE SPENSER.-This dayis receive
L ed by D. APPLETON & CO. per Great Wes.
tern, Pickering's new and beautiful edition of-
The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser, edited by
the Rev. John Mitford, and containing a Life of the
"jj4t1,^^ A'- 4-4^-' A-- 4C. 1 I- I


.* *. -' ---


ena t '
AilordemawnrfLbe i
toby'op of.the flL~
British -'d. -,

mi8I of: ,.diA,
_"d volumJinoes '


will be' reoeiv4ib- ^y 60m the date fe of tha
ties.orabr t ODiuil eg n!
been imported.
on the Sar tr tM. aid ew-W
Hamre or
i17 The Msgazwp4 *
scr ton, forw-aded tyl
pool packets of th lorf
lica ou in Londo ,.... ;'',. ,,,.
English and Feri C
Orders iAOlhe-aor .a
way, New ,Yok ;.34
n8 -


Works, recently &cZf
TON & CO., at eir. JU
store, 200 roadway.
Claude's EssWay the
with notes a.idJuatrtttio
Sketches of Sermons.,b
A.,- vol. 12mo., (a most
gical student.) .
Sketches of Fou H
varieub parts of
their respective ito6mi,4"
Treatise on the hu~ircb
liam Palmer, A. M., auth9
new and improved OdiatoA
vols. 8vo.
Introduction to e 'Cril
History, attempted on -qcc
short Notice of the Sour
Church. by John S. Dowlii
Selections from Hlooker
lustrative of the thUaioh i
Book, with a Prefqee.',!
fessor of Poetry; in't
fully printed 18mo.'.- "
Sir Peter King's :;q
Discipline, Unity and .
Churhb, neweflition, ir'a
Bishop Jewel'. Apola
with notes, &c., Life oft
D. A. & CO. beg to6-*
tne public generally, thAt t
is now more complete J
found in this country, pa
gprtmente of Theolcogil
found to compriae- li4
that subject, and it Is cot
of all the recent Eaglibr]
TLLIJSTRATED wit;
cloth, gilt edge,.T .e..:
tion, arrangement .and ge
perous lists of s
*heir habit, hei qra
Uniform wkbir,tfeie
Greribuj=e, Aodywie. J


;ru; i
j
~
;
L
j


n The above works fi r E
of Floriculture, both as regad, indi0au -
floweringplants, and willie roumif tw,
tidcles from the d4sly. apeuiesa fir i
authors. For sale by WMA. -"
n8 .
SUPERIOR TONtD Dl ifwB.
tention of amateurs and sVtW i orluai i'4
spectfully invited- to an inspection s'pa'-rl ac
sortment of Flutes and Clarftott rei e
mamaufatoty-amoag whiih arenP wvraEX. tl
bred cocoa wood Flutes.
The simple cpnastration, tb di
gance of cocoa wood Flutes, ren&fer'.afi m
attention of-every performs ,wttt ia ~--~mti "t
are manufactured of the b e'at 'eaoneijm tA with
eight or nine silver keys with doable '- &,-- 1'"ftsr
bands, with or without the iPory .. -
The superior construction of the key atM : r4i-
valled ; they stop with the g ear.este o- 'acy; m&tiii.m'
rattling noise, and ar. wpt Ulible to et out bW.1~ii
The great fault of incorrect iatonatloz in I a. ia
Wen known. Byccidse 'appitieion and gre tabat.s
.imperfection has been remedied in tkeb!zFag.
These Flutes will be found extremely easy FJw
and possess a superior and peculiar wiS
tone. '.
Also, Flutes and Clarioneta, of everqr -td
number of keys, both silver and brias. -
1:7 Every instrument is warranitd, isud:n' t.a -
.turned if found imperfect, .
ATWILL 'S MUI5 0SAL ,
no 201 Bnoadiray, near Sti:
TRUST PUBLISHED, for sale by HENA RSQON
JGREENE, 377 Broadwy. 2d ar beldw hie-
THE CHARACTER OF TijO A&jS%,ElER-.
SOY, as exhibited in his own Writings; by T]eodort
Dwight. 1 voL ...
Also-MenaorWafdsofForeaign Tr l1; containing
Notices of France, Gerrnany, Switzerlsmtl ao Italy;
by Robert J. Breckinridge. I tol. 8
C ELMA, A TALE OF THE S1XTH'r RU.ADE
K3 -by Alexarider Ross,M. A., Rectorof. anagher,
in the Diocese of. Denrry ; ia I tvol. ] i vo., Mfti
bound in cloth. ""-
"The author not iuapdly designates thie' a i' vl in
rhyme,' and it has merits ina both respects. A tale,
it has much to rivet attention; it is cast ia. a. Wkperir
mould, and the characters and incidents arsic -tally
and skilfully evolved. The language throgihc i;
remarkably easy and graceful; and there are
which,. for poetic fancy and gendine feeling, ido
credit, t some of our- bept lw--s.' Liveei ^ .i. "
er.]. L,.,Llr .
The story of this poem is' of de' p intre- suil.
fully managed: it is gracefully afd elgan* W.ttoa,
and especial care has been taken to-giv it a **oU in,
fluence.-Britannia.] -
Frsaleby WILEY& PUTNAM, ^:::
Importers, 161 Breadiwfy, NA-y ,
ans. ;, and 35 Pateaiester Row, Lttimn,
1 (LLO BOOIKS-By Jacob Abbott.
S.RoUoo at Work. Rollo at School '
Rolfo at Play. Rollo's Vacation.'
"RlR11o Learnng to Read. Roeto fribk,
Rollo's Museum. Rolio's ExperiAmem
S Mr, Abbott'a style is peculiarly intereBt g..to eh;l-
dren,. being natural and simple, and porJaijg t-iuu
trials and temptations of childhood, just a ats rc.i.r
in every-day life, and giving them clear and datct
ideas of the right and wrong in their ctidns bount d '


+ -~.


_


_


aim v ;Wr~mwv lkmvmvve% v


L:,


. -~..I ,^.,. ,


I


-1 1


_ o .


MoltC
teA^


3. ~`';~ .;-a ~-r~-*lr;~b7,










.Y9fcs. AMIERiCAW.
i9o.iP;ky = .G, NOVEE&R ii1, 18M.
OfeA, Na. Il4 Wall street, corner if BnSd atet.

Tgn PriuJMR DNTrAL QUBSTION.--rThe_ State
election being now determined, the discussion of
w'bo should be the Whig candidate for President,
will be generally resumed. While the State of
New York was in jeopardy, all efforts were con-
Sentrated to rescue it from the dominion of Loco-
fcrmsm; and, as if by common Icnsent, a topic,
upon which there is so much difference of opinion
Sas that uf the proper Presidential candidate for the
:'ipgi-uhd the introduction of which might have
pet at husard the willing support of some--was
Mift meaosaally oaut of view.
SBut the Empire State is now safe. Whig in all
is depataEtst, its potential voice will carry great
weight at the Harrisburg Convention. Pepara,
'tk*y thereto, the Whigs of this city, are called to-
gether this evening, in their respective Wards7 to
cho ee members of, a City Convention, which is
to elect four Delgates, corresponding with the
vimaber of the Representatives in Congress from
this city, to the Harrisburg Convention, which is
to assemble on the first Monday in December.
The composition as to character and discretion
of this City Convention, is a very important mat-
er. 'We entertain the strongest conviction that
the' Whigs of the United States can prevail in
choosing the next President, if they will put forth
candidate against whom parties have not .beeii
arrayed, nor hostile feelings entertained, and with
whom no controverted measures of policy are
identified.
Tim nation, the reflecting portion of it, at any
rate, are weary of the perpetual strife about men.
They are disgusted, too, with the present degraded
: and degrading system of party warfare, which con-
v yena, in fact, the honors of the republic and its
trusts, high and low, into the mere spoils of victo-
ry, obtained without merit, and exercised chiefly
with a view to. mere personal advantage.
But no man who has been long or frequently be-
:&f*re the country as a candidate, can have the free-
dom of action necessarytto produce on these points
the desired reform. He is committed on all great
questions to one particular view-he is identified
with numerouszealous partizans--he is, in fact, the
leaderr of one sett, of trained bands, who are-to be
led on to the contest aga 'ist other trained bands,
and who look to victory for reward and pay. There
is, of course, a large mals, ot, both sides, who are
not included in any such description, and who do,
in fact, by their votes,' determine, though they ;do
not in the least direct, the issue. It is through
-the activity, and vary often the intrigues, of pro-
fessed politicians-the Warwicks of the republic,
who set up and pull down-that particular candi-
dates are selected,-and thep. the mass are called
upon to support such cauidlates as the type and
peonatiOn of their principles.
We have had something too much of this. It
in no* time that the masses should select for them-
Pelves, and wd therefore kope, that at the meetings
to bo hold this evening in the different wards, the
masse. willt attend, and discriminate in the choice
they shal make of members of the City Conven-
tions, betUi professed politicians and real patriots,
*if thi two are not very often combined in one

S.Of depwofereoce which this State will manifest
.'"ftA i BCiaburg Convention, we entertain not a
1'4.-V w a in that head, the thing most to be de-
im rin r city meetings, i, that discreet men
r)hbe elee*te the foor delegates, mp in whose
; e' a-.a ibrae judgpen nt, after view-
t ftarjurg tbeywiif be a61e^to do, the
":lolndal1 will willinigly acquiesce. Such
,^ aY afily, ad thordMwisly, be left free
.br'^lMee* d or iustsuctiops.
",; :: su.ch1 ihay be the character of those


'"...5 W LT.-Wr' can. now, without doubt or
h t aeogrtulate the City, the State, and
-- t I ib n t a nsceidancy of Whig principles

-'"::ti ggle'r& been long and arduous, and the
:i .t A ime y vigotroua effort in 1837,
.*arnid tht Auebly of the State, "the sober


#*^OWd tjhugh" f the sext year, 1638, added to
gio.Imsabem a Whig Goveor-and now the yet
,M, asra'a-' third thought, bsa'given us the Senate,
1Oin 11 ith departments, New York is a Whig

:.: blitz .is the rebuke administered by
i of the people to Martin Van Ba-
XM .h1a PrwiObwud Pilgrim. Forthe first time
t w^ia aB w a e w"zalled to witmues in the
J. ,ifti&r. aimn BO .t egradatio eof the
i e. tls rSgctm Bepublic.ito a mere elec-
'w.RM parsti-n, paarnbulstig the State, from
il u~titdaai to Sia er, for the promotion of his
taihieab tamt ', and- haranguing, like the veriest
aggti at every step of his journey.
-.*- e9i hkiter amanog a people whose confi-
-m.b e-bw abuasd, whose character he has, in
S].iB. pIper, c;luhvmniated, and whose interests
tr^2 1ids teL liemes, crushed to the earth,-
.1 ., a applee he, hoped to cajole again into
$.sJ^ pt. He has lavished all that belongs to
4|fa~~ tha'c a leader-promises, threats, en-
hei is left; as he ought to be, under
GoIB ~ ty wn rtfon and rebluke of his native
*,#af^ tet of which heisoabsurdly

< ssO w"Wi 4jthi justextrawt from the
tig-ae odof- Saturday morning:


hoai ttaithe State., The Peoplelhave put their
hge paws" on poor Mr. $30,000 Croswell I
REGISTRY LAw.-The Whigs having now both
branches of the Legiilature, one of their earliest
acts will be, we cannot doubt, to pass a Registry
Law. The amended election law o, last year had
some good in it-but nothing but a" welldevised
and. honestly executed Registry Law can secure
the. purity and freedom of the ballot-box.
All parties profess to have in view the same ob-
ject at electiolis-that of ascertaining thi real,
sense of the people. Now, it seems undeniable,
that the easiest and surest, and most unexception-
able mode of doing this, is to inquire before-hand,
,iUto; and verify, the qualifications of electors.
The law prescribes as qualifications three things
--citizenship, full age, and residence. The object
of a Registry Law, is, not to add any new qualifi-
cation to them, hut to ascertain their existence.
The mode of doing this now, is at the polls, in the
midst of the excitement of the contest, and when
ardor of feeling tempts, sometimes, to the forget-
fulness of what is lawful and right. Angry chal-
lenges, ill-feeling, false-swearing, and fraudulent
voting, are the necessary and unavoidable results
of such a scrutiny at such a time.
Instead of vesting this authority in the Inspec-
tors of Elections, a Registry Law would vest it in
Commissioners duly appointed beforehand-whose
proceedings would be public-and whose office
would be to authenticaie an existing right, and not
to impart any new one. The business of voting
would thereby be exceedingly simplified, and time,
money, and conscience, would be saved.
The votes of this whole city, numerous as they
now are, or may hereafter be, could be taken in
one day. Transcripts from the Register's books
would be at each poll, and as the voters came up
and gave their names, a glance at the record would
show whether or not they were entitled to vote.
There would be no challenging, no examination, no
swearing.
The only objection we have ever heard is, that
such a registration would operate against the in-.
dustrious classes, who could not or would not spare
the time necessary to enter their names. As a
matter of fact, it cannot be doubtful that more time
is now lost at a contested election, in waiting for
one's turn, than it would require, under the propo-
sed system, to cause one's name to be registered.
Moreover, the provisions of the law, as to time,
number, and position of registry offices, convenient
hours of business, and freedom from all charge-
may, and doubtless will, be so formed as to leave
to all who have the right, and care at all for its ex-
ercise, the largest liberty.
We conclude, therefore, with the opinion, that
among the very first acts of the Whig Legislature,
should be the devising and Tpassing a Registry
Law.
BY THE STEAMBOAT THIS MORNING.
Half past 4 o'clock.
A slip from the Albany Doily Advertiser gives
us the following, with the numbers of Members of
Assembly, as follows :-
Majority. Majority.
Whigs 70-15,971. V. B. 58-11,185.
Third Senate District.-The following are the
majorities in this District as nearly as they can be
arrived at at this moment. Mr. Humphrey gene-
rally runs the highest on our ticket, and the ma-
jorities are calculated from his vote compared with
the highest on the Loco-Foco ticket.
'Whig. Loco-Foco.
Albany, 664 Delaware, 719
Rensselaer, 615 Greene, 293
Schenectady, 27 Schoharie, 290
Columbia, 80 ,


1l02


1386
1302


Mr. Sanford runs but ;ery few votes behind Mr.
Humphrey, and we think we can certainly say that.
both these gentlemen are elected. We are sorry
not to be able to Root also. We ear he is defeated. He runs 69
behind Mr. Humphrey in this county, and 40 be-
hind in the city of Troy. We also learn that he
runs 50 behind in Schoharie.
Mentbers of Assembly,
We continue our table with the ascertained ad.
edition to the number-elected.
MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY.
1838. 1839.
Counties. Wi's., L. Foos. Whigs. L. Feces.
Albany------.........3 0 3 0
Allegany.......2 0 2 0
Broome1.........1 O 1 0
Cortland-......2 0 0
Columbia ..-.... 3 0
Chenango-...... 3 0- 3 ,0
Clinton...--....-0 1 0 1
Cayuga....------..3 0 1 2
Chemung...... --0 1 0 1
Cattaraugus....2 0 2 0
Chatauque.....3 0 3 0
Delaware....... 0 2 0 2
Dutchess....... 3 0 3 0
Erie...........3 0 3 0
aex.......... 1 0 1 0
Fulton......... 10 1 0
Franklin-----......1 0 1 0
Greene.........1 I" 0 2
Genesee .......4 0 4 0
Herkimer ......0 2 0 2
Jefferson-.....-3 0 3 0
Kings..........I1 1 1
Lewis------..0 1 1 0
Livingston...... 2 0 .2 0
Madison........0 3 0 3
Monroe....-----...-3 0 3 0
Montgomery...-0 2 0 2
New York....13 0 0 13
Nag.ara........2 0 2 0
OneTda .........0 4 0 4
Onondaga.....-4 0 4 0
Ontario ........3 '0 0
Orange .........0 3 "
Orleans.......-1 0 1 0
Oswego ...-.... 1 1 I
Otsego---..... -0 3 0 3
Putnam........O 1 0 1
Queens........O: 1 0
Rensselaer-..,.-3 0 3 0
Richmond-...... 0 0 1
Rockland--..-.0 t 0 1
St. Lawrence.. --0 0
Saratoga-......2 0 2 0
Schenectady....1 0 1 '0
Schoharie.._.. ..2 0 2
Seneca-..-.....- 0 1 1
Steuben........ 0 3 0 3
Sunfoblk........ 2 0 2
Sullivan.....-0 1 0
Tompks.....2 0 2- 0
Tioga..-. ......0 1 0 1
Ulster ......... 0 0
Warren --------........ I
Washington_...2 :0 0
Wayne----.... -- -. 2 0
W A i 0 k


tnor',sugggestioh, to intruct the Bank of Ten- 1
nessee and branches to resume specie payments,
it came up for. consideration in'the Senate on the
29th ult., and *as rejected, by 14 votes to 9.-
AAmi0g the Yeas were two Whigs, and among the
Nays were six Van Buren men.
,The Vermont House of Assembly has passed a
resolution -condemning the sub-treasury, by a vote
of 115to 107.
BANKS OF RHODE IsLAND.-According to re-
turns of the Banks of the State of Rhode Island on
the 22d of October, as stated in the report of the
Bank Commissioners dated Oct. 23, the amount of
bills in circulation was $1,692,975; deposits not
'on interest $803,568; due to other banks, $689,-
308 ; deposits on interest g564,902 ; specie $393,-
085; bills of other banks $362,513; due from
other banks $372,702.
[From the Harrisburg Reporter, Nov. 8.]
U. S. BANK.-The public will see by a corres-
pondence between us and the Auditor General,
that this institution has not complied with its char-
ter, nor with special requisitions imposing upon it
the duty to make monthly returns of its transac-
tions.
REPORTER OFFICE,
Harrisburg, Nov. 7, 1839.
Sir: Conceiving it a matter of importance to the
community, that the continued neglect of the Bank
of the United States to furnish its monthly state-
ments to your office should be made known in an
authentic shape, I beg leave to repeat the inquiry
which I made last week at your office. Have any
monthly statements been made by the Bank of the
United States since the statement of November,
1838, and if not, have you at any time called on
the Bank to furnish them, and has that call been
complied with Respectfully, &c.
W. D. BOAs.
Geo. R. Espy, Esq. Aud. Gen. Penn.

AUDITOR GENERAL'S OEFICE,
November 7th, 1839.
Sir: Yours of this day has just come to hand, in
which you ask the question, "Have any monthly
statements been made by the Bank of the United
States, since November, 1838 ; and if not, have
you at any time called on the Bank for them, and
has that call been complied wirh V'
No statement having been submitted to the de-
partment by that bank since 1838, I forwarded to
the President of that institution, on the 5th day of
October last, a requisition for a statement of the
situation of that Bank on the several discount
days subsequent to November, 1838, including the
first discount day in the month of October, which
requisition has not been complied with, nor has
any return on special requisition or monthly state-
ment been made to this department during the
time for which you inquire. Respectfully yours,
GEO. R. EsPy.
WM. D. Boas, Esq.
THE ARMY AND NAVY CHRONICLE.-We regret
to learn that the subscription to this valuable jour-
nal is not commensurate with its merits. It would
appear thnt a register like this, so well conducted,
and always abounding with information of especial
importance to the naval and military professions,
would be indispensable to officers of all grades. A
late number of the Chronicle, however, states that
of twelve hundred officers in the navy, one tenth
only are subscribers. In the army the proportion
is one fourth. Naval gentlemen are often absent
from the country on service, and are always more
or less unsettled in regard to residence-but even
if these circumstances should prevent the recep-
tion of the paper regularly, it would nevertheless
be of great importance to them, no matter when re-
ceived, as a well digested record of things relative
to the profession. The publication of the Chroni-
cle, which was suspended for some weeks, is now
resumed.
[From the Army and Navy Chronicle, Oct.31.]
FLORIDA WAR.-The season for active opera-
tions having returned, and the public mind, in the
Army as well as out of it, being somewhat agitated
by the contradictory nature of the reports in circu.
lation, we have made inquiry, that we might inform
our readers what measures were contemplated in
the approaching campaign.
Gen. Taylor, by the zealous and intelligent dis.
charge of his duties, having given satisfaction to
the Department, will continue in command.
SThe troops nowin Florida are thei ,ird Frego
'pent of artillery, a portion of the second dragoons,
iand the first, second, sixth, and seventh regiments
of infantry. The third artillery, having been much
reduced, will be sent to the north, and be relieved*
by the first artillery, which ha. been recruited, and
ies now full. The companies of the second drsaoons
that arrived at New-York in the spring beig now
full also, will return to Florida, and the regiments
of infantry now there will remain. '
It is intended to drive the enemy out of the set.
dtlements by occupying the country within and north
of a line drawn from Pilatka to the mouth of the
Withlacoochie, including Fort King; thence along
. the western coast to the Apalachicola; and by
maintaining posts as low .own as the month of the
Withlacoochie. The inhabitants will be armed.


and the defence of their firesides and neighbor.
hoods confused to them, with such assistance from
the regulars as occasion may call for. The posts
on the Atlantic coast and at Thmpa Bay will be
continued, with such others as the Commanding
General may find expedient.
Experience has mournfully proved the impracti-
cability of forcing the Indians from their swamps
and hammocks, so familiar to them, but inaccesui.
ble to us, and no further attempts w ill at present be
made; leaving to time and the gradual spread of
the settlements the accomplishment of an object
unattainable by arms.
The report, so extensively circulated of confer.
ences between the Secretary of War and Major
Generals Macomb and Scott are entirely without
foundation; no such conferences have been held.
Equally unfounded is that of sending 7000 troops
to Florida; if all our regulars now out of the terri.
tory were taken from their present stations, they
would not amount to the number named. The
Northern, Northwestern and Southwestern frontiers
are quite as much exposed, and stand as much in
need of defence asdoes the Territory of Florida.
There has been no design entertained heretofore of
sending the eighth infantry into Florida, its pre.
sence being considered essential to the mainte.
nance of neutrality on the borders of Canada. The
fourth artillery will be stationed between Cleve.
land, Ohio, and Fort Gratiot; and the second ar-
tillery will be divided between Fort Niagara and
Buffalo .
It is believed that some additional small vessels
will be built or purchased, and sent to the coast of
Florida, to prevent depredations by the Indiana
upon wrecked vessels and their crews.
Connected with the foregoing remarks, a retros-
pect of'recent events in Florida will not be inap.
propriiete.
During the lost session of Congress an appropri.
action of $5000 was made "for the purpose -of
holding a treaty with the Seminole Indians." In
virtue of this apropriation, Gen. Macomb was
sent to Florida; and, being the General-in-chief
of the Army, it was thought that his rank would
have more weight and influence with the Indians
than a civilian could have. General Macomb held


LAT FROM VO T Git'so.-The Arkansas
State Gazette of October 16th, says that infora'ma
tion has been received at that place from Fort
Gibson, by a boat which reached Little Rock on
the night of the 14th, that all appeared to. be
quiet in that neighborhood'when the boat left."
The Army and Navy Chronicle says that at a
General Court- Martial, ,keld at the Navy Yard,
New York, of which Cionmio. C. G. Ridgely was
President, Lieut. A, C. Maury of the navy, was
tried on charges and 'specifications preferred against
him, by his commanding, officer, Commander B.
Page, Jr.
The following is an extract from the sentence of
the Court: The Court, after mature deliberation,
find the accused, Lieut. A. C Maury, not guilty of
the charges exhibited against him by Commander
B. Page, and they do, therefore, honorably.acquit
him."
[From the Army and Navy Chronicle.]
NAVY-Orders.
Oct. 22-P. Mid. C. Hunter, Rec'g vessel,
Philadelphia.
23-P. Mid. M. Lewis, W. S. Drayton, J. S.
Biddle, C. R. P. Rodgers, schr. Flirt.
Lieuts. C. Green and J. C. Bispham, Rec'g ship
North Carolina.
24-Asst. Sur. J. M. Minor, brig Consort.
25-P. Mid C. E. L' Griffin and C. C. Barton,
and Mid. J. D. Morrison, Rec'g ship North Caro-
lina.
P. Mid. E. C. Bowers, F. B. Renshaw, R. L.
Tilghman, J. Smith Patterson, and F. E. Baker,
Rec'g ship Columbus.
26-Surgeon I. Brinckerhoff, Rec'g ship North
Carolina.
29-P. Mid. C. F. McIntosh, Rec'g ship Nor-
folk.
GENERAL ORDERS-No. 56.
HEAD QUARTERie OF THE ARMY,
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Washington, Nov 1, 1939.
1. Promotions and appointments in the Army of
the United States, since the publication of Gene-
ral Order," No. 38, of July 3d, 1839.
General Staff.
First Lieutenant W. W. S. Bliss, 4th Infantry,
to be Assistant Adjutant General, with the brevet
rank of Captain of Cavalry, 26th October, 1839.
Adam McLarea, Assistant Surgeon, to be Sur-
geon, 30th June, 1839, vice Clarke, deceased.
James Simons, of South Carolina, to be Assistant
Surgeon, llth July, 1839.
First Regime at of Dragoons.
Second LieutenajS Philip Kearney, to be 1st.
Lieutenant, 22d July, 1839, vice Bowman de-
ceased.
James H. Carleton, of Maine, to be 2d Lieutea-
ant, 19th October, 1839.
Second Regiment of Dragoons.
Albert Loury, of Pennsylvania, to be 2d Lieuten-
ant, 19th October, 1839.
Fourth Regzment of Artillery.
Second Lieutenant Thomas L. Brent, to be
1st Lieutenant, 1st August, 1839, vice Ross re-
signed.
Ffifth kegmnent of Infantry.
Spencer Norvell, of Michigan, to be 2d Lieuten-
ant, 20th October, 1839.
John C. Robinson, of New York, to be 2d Lieu-
tenant, 27th October, 1839.
Sixth Regiment of Infantry.
Second Lieutenant Langdon C. Easton, to be
1st Lieutenant, 23d July, 1839, vice Harrison, re-
signed.
Second Lieutenant Edward Johnson, to be 1st
Lieutenant, 9th October, 1839, vice Griffin, de-
ceased.
Lewis A. Armnistaad, of Virginia, to be 2d Lieu-
tenant, 10th July, 1839.
James R. Emory, of Maryland, to be 2d Lieu-
tenant, 21st October, 1839.
Edward S. Osgood, of Maine, to be 2d Lieuten-
ant, 4th October, 1839.
Edward H. Fitzgerald, of Virginia, to be 2d
Lieutenant, 26th October, 1839.
Seventh Regiment of Infantry.
Paul D. Giesse, of Pennsylvania, to be 2d Lieu-
tenant, 23d October, 1839.
James R. Scott, of Pennsylvania, to be 2d Lieu-
tenant, 25th October, 1839.
Eighth Rtegimnt of Infantry.
Calvin Hetzell, of Pennsylvania, to be 2d Lieu-
tenant, 22d October, 1839.
S II. CASUALTIES.
S -esigaations.
First LWmt. E~d ,,C- R.oss,4th Attillery, 31st
First Lieut. Joseph P. Harrison, 6th Infantry,
22d July, 1839.
Second Lieut. Milton A. Haynes, 3d Artillery,
30th Sept. 1839.
Second Lieut. John Darling, 5th Infantry, 15th
August, 1839.
Second Lieutenant Woodburn Potter, 7th In-
fantry, 81st August, 1839.
Second Lieutenant John B. Shepherd, 7th In-
fantry, 17th September, 1839.
Assistant Surgeon Zina Pitcher, 31st August,
1839.
** Deaths.
Brevet Captain George H. Griffin, Assistant
Adjutant General, at Tampa, Florida, 8th October,
1839. .


Surgeon R. Clarke, at Major Gamble's Florida,
29th June, 1839.
Assistant Surgeon T. J. C. Monroe, at Fort Ni-
agara, 23d October, 1839.
Second Lieutenant, Charles J. Hughes, 6th In-
fantry, at Fort Frank Brooke, Florida, 22d August,
1839.
Declined.
Assistant Sirgeon Erastus B. Wolcott.
Second Lieutenant Thomas Hunton, 2d Dra-
goons.
'Dismissed.
Second Lieutenant A. W. Allen, 5th Infantry,
21st October, 1839.
III. The officers promoted and appointed will
report according to their promotions and appoint-
ments, andj oin their proper stations, reigiments, or
companies, without delay, The Second Lieuten-
ants of Dragoons and Infantry, and the officers on
detached service, or acting under special orders,
will report by letter to their respective Colonels,
and agreeably to their special instructions.
By order of ALEXANDER MACOMB,
r Major General Commanding-in-Chief.
R. JONES, Adjutant General.

The followinglamusing notice, from the Balti-
more American, :of Dr. Alcott's late work on the
use of the infusion of Tea and Coffee as a bever-
age, treats the subject in the right spirit. To argue
against the use, from the possible abuse of any ar-
r ticle, is certainly absurd. What can, and does,
perform the wor4 of destruction more completely
than fire, and shall we desert the colder climes
and congregate about the equator because the daily
#nd habitual us of the element is necessary in'
them. But ay|tbher weapon than ridicule is mis-
used against sue' tpeposterous notions.
Dr. Alcott on, Te and Coffee.-The attack on
r these articles of hous-lhold luxury is kept up with
great perseverance by Dr. Alcott, who, like San-
cho's steward, points his forbidding wand at meats
and drinks, to the entire dismay of good livers.


Hyson' in thaa iMoutha, according to the Doctor's
calculation, which is reasonable enough. This one
pound of Hyson contains the principle of extinction,
for 10,860 young cats, as above -stated-this num-Y
ber gives, by plain arithmetic, -one Aundred and
nineteen cats per diem. This is alarming-:-not to :
cats, indeed, for they do not drink tea-they are
safe even when purring and scratching the carpet
under the very nose of the tea-kettle, little dream-
ing what a destroyer is near. But have men and
women more lives than cats 1 We ask it in the
name of Dr. Alcott.
Nervous persons are generally addicted to tea-
wrongfully, we admit. Can they with these as-
tounding facts before them-can they, with their
excitable fancies, behold the ascending steam of a
tea-pot hereafter, without imagining the vapor filled
with the ghosts of defunct -cats 1 Will not the
very hissing of the urn sound like a catterwauling 1
But the subject is painful-we refrain from it. Yet
we cannot forbear again expressing our astonish-
ment that people will go on living and thriving, in
the very face of science and of facts-drinking tea
by day and by night without acknowledging them-
selves any the worse for it, when it is plain, they
are poisoned. If such persons should chance to
awake some dark, foggy morning, in this present
month of November, and find themselves dead,
they will know how to account for it. We give
them warning in time.
Dr. Alcott sets down some interesting statis-
tics-tea and coffee statistics. We name the aver-
age consumption annually of tea in this country-
it is fifteen millions of pounds. Let darkness be
the burier of the dead !"
We*have a few words to say touching the ration-
ale of this subject. It is a pity that a sensible man
like Dr. Alcott should get astride of an abstraction
and gallop oft in this manner beyond the bounds of
reason and propriety. That tea and coffee are in-
jurious to some constitutions is very certain. We
know it from experience-But what then Shall
one person of a nervous organization make himself
a standard by which to judge and condemn others
wholly different 1 Let those abstain from tea and
coffee who cannot drink either with impunity, and
let them leave every one else to his own liberty.
But they are excitements !-so is food of any sort.
We must all partake of excitements, more or less.
The meeting of friends is an excitement-the vi-
cissitudes of business, joy, hope, fear, every emo-
tion in short that gives a quickened circulation to
the blood-all are excitements. They are the ele-
ments of life. The evil lies in any one's becoming
the slave of this particular sort or that. Let the
moral nature be appealed to and man be taught to
know his right of mastery over all these things, so
as not to become subject to any. Otherwise he
might as well be out of the world, seeing that he
would be unfit to live in it. Upon any other prin-
ciple virtue must be made to consist in negatives;
and he that could sleep away his days would live
the life of a philosopher.
The Hon. Peleg Sprague is appointed a Delegate
for the Suffolk District, Mass., to the Harrisburg
Convention.
[For the New York American.]
THE CROSS.
Mr. Editor-The communication of Filiws Ec-
clesia, in your paper of Friday evening, exhibits a
piety that must be praised, even if over-strained ;
and that it is over-strained, is undoubted, when we
think how necessary it is that the spirit (and why
not the emblems ?) of our holy religion should ac-
company us in every action of our life.
How common it is tolook upon the amusements
of life as sin and folly, when the.essentials of good-
ness, of charity, can be as well wrought there as
elsewhere. I would never enter a ball-rooii again
if I thought it any thing but innocent. I never
would be gay again if I thought it irreligious. And
that the emblem of our holy creed should be worn
in the closet or church, and no where else, I can-
not admit.
A family of distinction for piety and*elevated
sentiment, have assumed it for their crest. Their
crest! The very vanity of vanities. It marks
their silver, their horses, their liveries. Yet there
seems to me nothingrimpious, either in the assump-
tion or its use.
That the spirit of our creed should imbue our
amusements.as well as our dutie, is sacredly en-
joined. "Dancing, on Christian principles," is not
so poor a joke as it at first seems to be. It is not
the cross upon the bosom tiiat graces or disgraces'
but the feeling that throbs in the heart beneath it.
FInIA ECCLESI~.

ITEMS.
ST. AUGUSTINE, Nov. 2.
Died, last night, Purser W. A. Slacum; of the
U. S. Navy, a native of Alexandria, D. C. W. J.
Daley, of Tuscumbia, Ala. Arthur O'Hagan, a
native of Ireland.-[News.]
FIREs.-Between 12 and 1 o'clock on Saturday
night, a dwelling in Avenue D, near 12th street,
was destroyed by fire.


About 9 o'clock yesterday morning, a, dwelling
in Delaincey street, near Eldridge street, was partly
destroyed.
Yesterday afternoon, the roofs of the two story
brick dwellings, Nos. 107, 105 and 103 Mercer
street, owned by Dr. Simers, and\occupied chiefly
by females, were destroyed.
Between 10 and 11 o'clock last night, the upper
part of the two story frame house No. 131 Cherry
street, occupied by James Cochran as a grocery
and dwelling, was slightly damaged, and contents
of the store somewhat injured by water.-[Jour. of
Com.]
The Hon. John Reed, member of Congress from'
Massachusetts, of whose dangerous illness in the
West our readers were apprised of a few days since,
has reached his residence at Yarmouth, and his
health is gradually improving
SPECIE.-$70,000 arrived in town yesterday,
from the Land Office at Springfield, Mo., in
wagons.-[St. Louis Republican.]
BUFFALO. Nov. 7.
A "spanking breeze" from the West has
brought us a score of sail craft, heavily laden with
wheat, flour, and other produce. Fifteen vessels
entered this morning.-[Com. Adv.]
IMPORTANT !-We learn that our forwarders
had a meeting yesterday, and agreed to suspend
navigation and lay up their boats on the -10th
day of November.-[Rochester Dem.]
WarrI LEAD.-A discovery has been made in
the neighborhood of Plymouth, of a mineral
possessing, as a base for paint, all the properties
of white lead. We understand that paints manu-
factured from the article, have been rigidly tested
by exposure for a length of time to all weathers,
and that the results have been so satisfactory as to
lead tota conclusion that the future consumption of
white lead must be very.considerably reduced.
A SKELETON POUND.-The Providence Journal
states, that on Thursday afternoon, a young man
out a gunming near Fruit Hill, North Providence,
rl _-J ~. _,M --** A -.3 r__ -1


was ftoud to be composed of par oti a
gas, and four of carburetted hydrogen, -andmigtt
be preserved for months, in contact with water,
without being ina m anyway injured,, or its brilliancy,
as a combustible, impaired. M. Seguin found that
0334 cubic inches of this gas, when burnt for one
hour, gave twice iand a' half as much light as a
Catcel lamp. .
THE WEATHER AND THE RIvER.-It corpmenced
raining this morning before seven o'clock, and has
continued to do so, very moderately, until the pen-
ning of this paragraph, (noon,) in such a way, as to
persuade us, that we are like to have a sufficiency
to raise the river, and give us a brisk steam boat
navigation for a few weeks. But it is said that all
signs fail, dry weather, and we are not very positive
in our opinion.-[Pittsburgh Gazette.]
APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT.-John Wil-
liam Vanden Broek, to be Consul of the United
States at Amsterdam, in the place of J. W. Parker
resigned.
The friends of the silk culture propose holding a
National Convention at Washington, on the 10th of
December.
A ROBBERY.-A gentleman from the West, Mr.
Alexander King, was robbed at Harrisburg on Sun-
day night, of 81,900 in pecie. He was on his way
to Philadelphia, and had $3,100, in gold and silver
in two trunks. The Harrisburg Chronicle says :
The boat arrived here about 1 o'clock at night
in charge of the mate, Captain Leibhart, the mas-
ter, being obliged to remain up the country on
business. As soon as the boat had been hauled to,
the mate aad other hands on deck called those be-
low to take their place, and immediately went up to
town to get some oysters ; when they* returned,
which was in about twenty minutes, they discover-
ed that one of the trunks was missing, and also that
the two hands in whose care they had left the boat,
were likewise absent. One of these was returning
from some sort of an expedition of his own, but the
ether did not return at all. Search was immediately
made for the trunk, and it was found in a ravine
about half a mile from the boat, not broken open,
butlunlocked, and the money gone. The two boat
hands (one of whom was found at his lodgings,)
were brought before Jno. Davis Esq. who recom-
mended them to the care of the Sheriff, who has
given them private lodgings. No clue to the money
has been obtained. The names of the fellows arrest-
ed are John Smith and Peter Wood."
ANOTHER BOAT SNAGGED.-The steamboat
Camden, on her downward passage was snagged
ahout 100 miles above St. Louis, which caused her
to sink in, about 8 feet water. She was. heavily
freighted. It was thought her cargo would be a
total loss, and doubts were entertained in regard
to the boat itself.
The Knoxville (Ten.) Register states, that al-
though there has generally been rain enough to ad-
vance vegetation and produce crops, it is more than
two years since a sufficient quantity of water has fal-
len to raise the water-courses West of the moun-
tains to their usual height. There never was so
little water in the Tennessee River as at present.
[From the Boston Transcript.]
SINGULAR ACCIDENT AND MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.
-One of the most singular accidents, accompanied
by a most miraculous escape, that we have ever
had occasion to record, occurred yesterday in Port-
land Place. Mr. Holland, a resident there, on re-
turning home from his morning's work, to dinner,
took into his arms his little child-a girl about two
years, old-and was walking with it playfully about
the house, when, finding the scuttle in the attic
open, he ascended the stairs to look out. While
he was standing on the steps, a favorite kitten of
the child's ran by them, and passed on to the roof.
The child exhibiting a wish to-catch the kitten,
the father thoughtlessly placed her (the child) on
the ridge-pole of the house, (a brick house, three
stories high) while he went on the roof to catch
young pussy. He had left the child but a moment,
when it lost its balance, rolled over, and sliding
from the roof, was precipitated on to the pavement
below To the utmost astonishment of the spec-
tators of this awful scene, the child was taken up,
not only alive, but without the fracture of a bone,
or any signs of internal hurt or harm. Her flesh
was slightly bruised, but this ,prning she was as -
cheerful and, apparently, in as good health as ever,
'particularly at breakfast time, wh~p she laid- to as
if nothing had happened. ,
The weather at Montreal was exceedingly cold
all last week, and snow began to fall, about six
o'clock, Thursday morning, continuing till about 10a
when it copiderably abated. 4 .^
We regret to learn that Mr. Weai has mat with
a severe loss in the death of his splendid Giraffe,
one of the pair which he imported to this country
at an enormous expense.
FALSE ALAIE !--Our citizens were startled qon
Saturday evening by the cry of fire and the ringing
of bells. On turning out, a huge ball of fire was
seen rolling down State street, bearing the motto
"THJE EMPrltl STATE HAS STOPPED TIS BALL.'"
The joke was relished alike by victors and vanquish-
ed.-.,Albany asily Advertiser.
UNPAAtltULeD EXPEDITION.-The ship Star,
Capt. Mallet, weighed anchor at Sandy Hook, on
Sunday, Oct. 20, at 9 o'clock in the morning, and
arrived off South West Pass, on Monday the Sthb,


at 12 M. making the passage in eight days., and
three hours, being the shortest on record between
the ports of New York and New Orleans. The
passengers universally agree that the ship is one
of the first order, and her gentlemanly commander
unsurpassed in skill and judgment by any whose
fate it is to brave the dangers of the briny deep--
[New Orleans Bulletin, Nov. 1.]
FIRE.-A fire broke out yesterday afternoon in
the upper part of the two story house No. 108-
Mercer street, a brothel. The fire burnt through the
roof, and was communicated thence to the adjoin-
ing house, No. 105, were it did but slight damage.
The timely arrival of the engines and a plentiful sup
ply of water, stopped its further progress. Furni-
ture all saved-principal damage done by water.-
[Times.]
The Philadelphia North American states that
Governor Porter is confined to his bed, at Harris-
burg, by a severe attack of sickness.
THE PRESIDENT STEAMSHIP.-This noble vessel
building at Limehouse for the British and Ameri-
can Steam Navigation Company, is nearly finished,
and will be launched in the course of the present
month. She is much larger than the British Queen,
as will be observed by her dimensions, which are
as follows :-Extreme length from stern to taffe-
rel (including the figure-head) 267 feet ; extreme
-breadth of her deck, 41 feet; including paddle-
boxes, 67 feet; depth in the hold 31 feet 6 inches.;'
and her tonnage about 2500 tons. Her engines
will consist of two, each of 250 horse power. Her
upper or main deck is constructed in a different
,manner from that of the British Queen, being si-
milar to a double-banked frigate, and not "flushed"
as nautically termed. Her paddle-wheel are to
be 90 feet in circumference
A TENDER or MONEY.-At the Liverpool assi-
zes proof was given of a tender of rent by a woman,
who said she laid the money upon a table ; Baron
Maule took occasion to lay down the law as respects
tenders-" As to tenders, it is very strange that -
they are so rarely made in a legal manner. One
would think it a very easy thing to make a tender;


S4LES OF' sTOO DAY.
Rporte by ,. Sylvester l, in, Siok id i
...ieng Ber, 22 Wall street, and 130 Bo adway.
'80 shavre.ak of CommelCe...:..D. 1 ---tw
50 tnierican Exchange Bank.. 67T-b30"d -
.6O I elaware and Hu&an...... 66--ca
100 d- d........ 07 -7B6..
50 do' do-.-......., ,57: 63d
150 .i. do-..----.....- 67 -aI
100 do do......... 57-s l0d
100 do .do........---------.. .. 57-,
50 do-............ 57
50 dF.....--- .... 57 -res
50 do.........: 5-.aw
100 -" dodo o.. ..,.,,, ,i.--3.
250 do do............ -56i-410
100 do do............ C--
40 do do..-.;..=...-- 5r---
50 -- do do........... 56 nW
50 do do..-.......- 56_-tW
50 do do............ -30
50 -- do do... .. 57-b15
50 dodo do.........-.. -56w-
50 do do...-..-...,- ,57--bd
100 North AmerieanTnrt..... 30 -3 n
100 do do.....-.... 37-- 60d
175 'do do............ 38-t
25 do o do--....--.L 30 -w
200 do do-........- -.. 38 --WOd
50 do o-........... --- --39 e
25 do do ............. 19- da
25 do do--..........-. 3 --
50 do do....,. ... 38 -reg
50 do do.............------ 38-
15 do do----........ 38-
50 do do.. ---- -r3d
100 do do............. 38--a20d
100 -, do do.........-- ... 81-.-8
70 U. S. Bank.A ........... -73--a
f50 do do..-...-..-d
100- do do--........- 73
25 do o ............74-
50 do do............3 --tw
25 do do--.......:.. --i-- -
25 1o do-...........72 w
50 Kentucky Bank-------............ -10
50 do 'do.......;...- .
50 Morris Canal Co.......... tl .
10 do do..,. 2
$1000 Corporation Bonds........... 94
3500- do =do-----......---.....
3600 do do.......- ...
20 Dry Dock Bank-............57
120 Mechanics' Banking Ass..- 80 '
5 Cant-Oo..-.,,........... -27 .
10 do do.........
:20 MohawkR. R -............. 4
25 do do-......:.... 5I- _g
25 do do--.......... 50--a0d
70 do do....... 50-
130 Paterson.--- ..------... ... --
10 Boston and ProvideBce.... 95 5 ds
10 New JerseyR. R.....-.-..--80
10 do do.......------
60 Stonington Railroad... ..
35 do do....... ..
15 do do...... ,.. 5 --5-bi0 ds
65 do do ............ 14
100 do do.........., 5-It-bl5ds
100 Harlem Railroad.......... 4 -b 3 ds-
100 do do........... -4-
300- do o- -40-w -
50 do do............,40--a 3d
520 do do........... 39--Re
90 do do.,,---' 3; 9-. 3
60 do do-.-......... 39---tw
50 do do.......... 38. -s 30d
,50 do do............ 40 -bW0d
10 Utica and Schenectady.----.. .lOj--c
5 Merchants Exohange ....... 50
45 Utica t &Syracuse......... 984
$2000 Philadelphia Ex. ........ .... 87 ,
The Stocks have risen to-day-the success of
the Whig cause in this State contributing not a
little to revive confidence and hop e.

[From the Gazetd.]
The following is a list of the notes received as cur-
rent at the Banks of this city, 'corrected on Satur-
day: .


NEW YORK STATE."


Long Island. Bank r Ten and Bmwan.
Atlantic Bank .. Farme-BA of Troy
Willoughby Bank
Westchester Co. -." Fifties aed'upwJrd.
Bank of Newburgh Ba ugh
Highland Bank oTry
Bank of Poughkeepsie ,
Dutchess Co. d1 Fiffies aiud .a u IsdredsR
Farmers' & Man. do Meeh. & Farmers, Xbany
"Ulster Co. Commercial, Al ny.
Kingston Bank of Albany
Tanners, Catskill One Aimfred Mad wairdi.
Hudson Rier V AlJhy City
Powell Bnk Sste Bak~, lawy-.
Howard Bank Cty, Troy
Commercial Bank, Troy .
Fanrer, Hudson Fiies.
Fanner, Soamers s l"
: NEWJSRS .
Fua and upwa-d r. 'ma duwrd
The Newark Banks Farm's & Mecb. Rway
State Bank, EliZabth Far. & Mere. Middletowa
Bo New Brnmswick Belvi4k Dank
Morris Comal .Suwesx Co.
Orange Bank, New Jeney Coamor-l Perth Amboy
SState Bank at Morris
I Mar Co. Baak.
CONNECTICUT.
Twenties and upward-8tuamford Bank. .
VERMONT.
ie iand upward--Bank of Manehserr.
TENNiES9SE.
Union Bank, hsn made papy.labd." : ....
DISTRICT OF COLU"BIA. :
Bank of Washington, whAn med. puayle.
LOUISIANA. 2.
City Bnk, New Orleans, whei saide pry4-U,'
Commercial Bank, New Orleana,Aan msde payable.
COUNTRY BANKS.
The following is a list ofall the haks whose bilsare
now redeemed at the State Bah'Ine Bank ofUtica.
the Oeida, and Ontario at UU etI e redeemed at I
per cent.usad the other at. -
BRoorai County Bank Ontario Balk.' -:
Central Bk,ChetryVaiey. Opidp Bauk.
Bank of Mow"e. BE k of Otiss.
Montgomery Bank. Ablky City Bank.
The Leather Manufactur's Bask d'wms tshe Stwu
ben County Bakat$ ,and the BaikoRoim e at
per cent. discount.
The notes of the following boank are redeeed at the
North Amerioan Trust Coqpany : ).. -
Orange Bank, N. J.; sad FUmeIn' Bnk, 4t at
par.
Commercial Bank atTroyatip percent. ''-
Geneasee County Bank, atse yv. 'r
Merchants' and Farmen,' at Ua 1.
Bank of Syracuse at Syracusq, I, d the aamPik
and Mechanics' Bank, at GOteM4, 1 3al i6r 0Mt. dim-
count. I
The note of the allowing are redeM7 ini dvt
Aierican Exchage Bak, fr o11-iftl irgLditL mity
Bank of Kinderhook atpe I. -k
Bank rfVeraon, "
Bank of Wh.tesrtown, ,4 d .
Ban fSaiin, '.
Madison oulty. mk, 3 do .
The notes of thelolIWinmbak areu r6deidte do
Merchants' E Xchange Bank4t pr~; .
Westchester Cooty Bank. ..
Bank of Newbura. '
Ulster County k .
Farmer's & DIroveaN mt S M. *., "
Susnex Baok, N.J. 10Is and itWrd. -
Belvidere Bak. N. J. Vl*aaa upw j ~.
And thefol wingat4pr toe s4:K .'. .- -
Miohwk Bank, U -iu B "ai." ail"
BOak of Geneva. DadB wegaffS'"
Livintam County BL *


V .







-* S1' iA!WiiB J f"-SttOEWtt t,-N&W-ykORKAMERICAN, NOIVEMBER V11,G1839 E' D formed
tf -t f T thg T "h'tERtia i the Comedy of THE VILLAGE" DOCTOR--Peter
eu tr High Water this etSning, h. O. Boncour, Platide; Baron de la Faidaise, Chippindale;
req ra8 j* ir restive Louise, Miss Cushman.
.4 shobe.a) r Pt"e"hfa qt n yMol y. CLEARED SINCE OUR LAST. After which the Entertainment of THE INN-
i-, N e -er-h, at huf .7 o--...clock.Tis Moreirg-S-hip Panthea, Ashley, for New Or- KEEPER OF CALAIS; or, One for Seven-Oc-
.'t ..tot- l Wlea -ns, W. Nelson; bar Valhalla, Bangs, Bo. ton; brig tae, and half a dozen other characters, by Mons. Alex-
-t p ..m w..W*t .Eaga.es fortc n ..Ward, to. meet Tybee, Herbert, Savannah; Pat ey B. Blomnt, Peder- andre.
t sra) HouMse, on Tu*y evening, Novem sean,Ha na and Belize, B. Blanco; schooner Wm. To conclude with the Farce of A MAN ASOUT
u- ib belfpa. t 7 o'clock, in, Cpunty Convention, Wallace, Mobile, Nelon & Brown. TOWN-Skirts, Mr Chapman, in which character he
... -Saturday--Ships Emma, Teckleborgell, for Bremen, will sing Past and Present Times."
o ,. r. foour D"go"E toN rese-t them in the Na- Noltenius & Ponvert; Panthea, Woodbury, New Or-
tig (siwi a1h iifiadaN t fiistr rgh, in Decem- leans, H. Haviland;.barques John Brouwer, Sutton, Doors opep at 7 o'clock, performance commences at
hs- mmtl f thif psPmwOf selecting suitable candi. Genoa and Leghorn, D. H. Robertson; Ernest & 7jo clock. ,Boxes. $1; Pit, 50 cts.; Gallery. 25 cts.
Gustav, (Brem.) Beuman, Bremen, Meyer, Hupeden NATIONAL THEATRE.
:. a JOHN N, ian. Co.; ahinto(, Hamb. Kruger, ambur (Broadway, adoinini N'' Gardens.)
": .... N! .WM. S~ L. JOHNSON, Chairman. H. Schmidt & Co.; Juno, *illetts, London, D. H' (rdyaoii ib Grde.
i /. e .- Robertson; Empress, Townsend, Gibraltar, Darby& SM E [ .FORREST.
SHI VENNG. Nov. 11. will be performed the
I. c e n9 2t Johnson; brigs Courier, Babcock, New Orleans, C. Play of RICHELIEU, or, The Conspirac--Cardi-
:: "CE ET Morgan; Madison, Bulkley, Savannah; Dolphin, (Br.) nal Richelieu, Mr Forrest; Louis XII, Mr Wlton;
SCEMETERY. ey, Harbous, Newfoundland; Harmony, Porteol,n;up W lack, jr; Fa
.1 : 1 T .--..b ~.i bevr for burial plots in do; Elizabetth, (Br.) Sinclair, St. Johns, N.F., E. cs Mrs Sefton; M an de rmo, Mrs Roges; J
Awtv 'Dunsromb & Co.: schrs Sarah, Smith, Oporto. Coit cois, Mrs Sefton; Marian de 'Ormo, Mrs Rogers; J-
`'a stijr will "aeti -to bbe received at ae of-'t d C lia de Mortimar, Miss Monler.
Say Per Sockbridge; Riflemon, (Br.) PoWers Halifax; C. After which the Farce of NICHOLAS FLAM, At-
,.i w bl4 tMe'an.L o Pr Smith,in gotten, Baldo; Renorwne; LTomWood, Chase,do; tomey at Law-Nicholas Flam, Mr Lambert; Dr
r Ltdw.)ie~5i fwt ill the 2;d instantV, incl Virginian. Bedell, do; Renown, Lovell, Boston; 'a- Birch Salter; Mrs Nibble, Mrs Russell; Harriet, Mrs
/ ., .e, Mqa ozdy, the kh, the subscribers will rietta, Matson, do; Mail, Loring, do; Texan, Small, Goad.
a l4 e rig&t Of hia e. The grounds continue tpot; barge Comet, Philadephia, J. Schott, J. Prince of Tickets to Parquette and Boxes 1--Upper
.. i9' e .n t for public inspection, and lot ARRIVED THIS MORNINGf Tier of Boxes, 50 cents. Seats can be secured at the
SShip Mystie, Wainwright, 40 days fm Lisbon, with Box Office of the Theatre, and at Horn & Davis' Mu-
.be3~ 4 00 tO 'pmp ato the parties according wlipe, to D. H. Robinson; 199 pipes, 10 hhda, 20 brls. sic Store, 367 Broadway, where a plan of the Theatre
I t sa~Iwdslettioa. For further information, ap- mdze, 35 bags wool. Grinnell, Mintum& Co.;77 cases is kept. Doors open at half past 6, and the perform-
steel, 32 do. wine, 8600, 347 boxes grapes, 1440 frails ances to commence precisely at 7 o'clock.
.. B. DOUGLASS, President. ig, J. P. Hutchinson; 20 hhds, 40 qr. casks, H. S. BOWERY THEATRE.
CU.OMB HOU SS, P n Leverich; 2 cases, Howland & Aspinwall; 3 boxes EVENING, November It will be presented
> ~: ':"* "'- CTT;OlM HOUsa grapes, to the master; 253 bags wool, 222 moys salt, to IS EVENING, November 1l, will be presented
C- ",.. ro ,. r ,, "w Y,,- | order. Left no Am. vessels, the Play of THE MOUNTAINEERS-Octavian, ,
-" -M. -.F : "* N ..."' ye8 K1 Ship Troy, Dorkendarff, 21 days from N Orleans, Mr Hamblin; Floranthe, Mrs Shaw.
r-' t1B i h,~t vem,,e ath e i o with 5 bales cotton, to Johnson & Lowdon, 1889 pigs After which, a new vaudeville entitled the RIFLE
,b 5 ise"rd onv, 'S "Re, thain the ightHo., se lead, McMatNon & PlMmaker, 103 hides D. Maffatt, 2 BRIGADE--Mr Diddleton, Mr Barry; Peter Simple,
Stond evening net. the I'th int. bags cover J. Morrison & Co. trunk, G. B. Brown, Gates; Mrs Diddleon, Mrs Proctor; Mrs MjorMas
.J. Hn n tCollectorh it. 1 box, Work, Bishop & Co. 120 bales cotton, Collard terton, Miss Mitchell.
S& Iselin, 160 do. Warren & Bernard. 103do. Andrews The evening's entertainments to conclude with
BANK 4F OOF MW lCE IN NEW YORK. & Brothers, 50 do. Goodhue & Co. 52 do C. Hudson, the Drama of THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII--
October 25, 1839. 10 do. Arther & Brower, 23 do. De Peyster and Whi- Arbaces, Mr Hamblin; Glaucus, Howard; Clodius,
.^ l- &~r.Octio re 25. 1 .... tuarsh, 27 do. Cormell, Harvkins & Logan, 83 do. J Hall; Medon, Blakely; Lydon, Proctor; Burbo, Mr
: Th Shwoesri.oftbis Association are here Pe Co. 680 lead, Nevens, Townsend & Co., Cates; Nydia, Mrs Shaw; lone, Mrs Proctor; Saga,
by aotifwd thatpayamatoftho f(euth iastalmentpf Ten 989 do. Fay & Farcell, 379 bales cetton Roberts & Mrs Hield; Stratonice, Mrs Stickney.
Doa" pm r hsar., due 19h proximo, may be pootpon Williams 100 do. Brown Brothers, & Co. Doorsoten at '6. Performances commence at 7
'd cwtH ie 15th Fobmrmy next, by such shareholder Brig Gazelle, Somers, 15 days from Lubeck, with o'clock. Boxes, 75 ct.; Pit, 37; Gallery 25.
plaster to the master. LL BE EXII5 TED for two or three weeks
M hi4 so .lapoc they p4n interest thereon at the Shr H. Lawrence, Townsend, 7 days fm Wilming- onl athe NatioalTED for two orthree nweeksli
rateo i p1 grnt. perO IU4, ton, N.O. with cotton, to J. Ogden. ton Hall,) Mr. ALEXANDER VATTEMARE'S
Behr Edward, Clark, 10 dyefrof eBoioof Dire r. .chrn lldays fm Wi.mington, N.C.A
By tnlder of the B f Direct S, r with n ravl orw .r, to the master.f unrivalled collection of seven hundred Paintings and i
iCith naval stores0OE to the master. e Drawings, by the Living Artists of twenty-seven dif-
SE CRTS Cashier. BLW--I brig. Av" ferent Countries, to wit:
XV CA4LTON HOU8B, l 0 a3 nd 352 Broadway, SAILED--ship Samson, Sturgess, London; Mem- England, Holland, Bavaria,
S. Y.-JAMES BENSON, (well known for the last phis, Nichols, New Orleans ; Pantheon, Woodbury, Spain, France, Belgium,
1I yea s on captain ofdiffrll* steanboats on the North do ; brigs Madison, Bulkley, Savannah; Tybee, Brunswick, Japan, Hanover,
Riverr) a Pd PROTON H. HODGES, lat. of the Charleston, Dolphin, Br. Harrons, Newfoundland ; Wurtemburg, Java, Hesse Cassel,
Harmony, Br. Parthvel, do, and Athens. Bohemia, Baden, Van Diemen's Land, 1
Cliat Hotel; Nw York, have pleasure of in- ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST Saxony, Hamburg, Denmark, '
fornim g their friends and the public, that the CARL- Hamburg barque Bartha, Oda, 46 days from Janeir, Mecklenburg, Russia, Moravia,
TON HOUSE, having been put in complete order, with 1237 'bags coffee, to A. Zerega. Sailed in co. Altona, Prussia, Berlin,
apdfourMibmd trugheut, wil beo" ned for the re- with ship Louisiana, Marsden, for NeA York; Bremen Desseldorf, Switzerland, Italy.
will be opened'for the re- 11 Thii unrivalled collection has been most generously t
caption of omaonMosday, 4th v ber brig Vest, and schr London Packet, for do; ship Thi uednrialdcollection has been most generous
9311 Eliza Susan, for Philadelphia. Left, brig Susan, for offered for exhibition to the Academy by its liberal-
-NYork uncer, and others not recollected. The ship hearted and truly cosmopolite owner. The interest of 0
EDW. H. LUDLOW, Auctioneer Orbit, for New-York, sailed 8 days before. the fund collected by the receipts of the exhibition is
.' 'B7 IMPOS* rANT' SALE OF VALUABLE Brig Cocheo, Pendleton, from Cienfuego, (Cuba,) to rocure a Medal, to be bestowed in promotion of
WELINs HOUSS D B tIN OTS Oct. 20, with copper ore, to Everette & Battelle. Left the A2of Design, at the discretion of the Academy.
H SAND BUIDING LOTS brig Sarah Williams, Ellis, for Boston, same diy. Open from 9 A. M. until 10 P. M. Single admission
I UN UION PLACE AND ITS VICINITY Brig Jones, Polleston, 4 days from Charleston. with 25 cents Season tickets 50 cents. n8 3tis
S. The aubwsribers will sell at public auction at their 100 casks rice, to order. 7th nst, lat. 35, 36, long. 75, ANORAMA OF LIMA AND THEBES.-
Ss~eroon, 13 Broad street on TUESDAY, the 29th 49, spoke schr Alabama, from Newbern, for NYork, J. MR. CATHERWOOD respectfully'informs the
o^I".O c t b. 0 instant. 42 *.the oilwith loss of the head of mainmast., public that the magnificent Panorama of LIMA, the
y .y of Octobeer instant, at 12 o lock, the following Schr Julia, Pettengall, 20 days from Savanna la capital of Peru, in South America, is now open for ex-
Lan&ds ebmaoing THE ENTIRE EASTERN Mar, (Jam.) with pimento, &c. to Dawson & Brothers. hibition at the new Rotunda, comer of Prince and (
,, FRONT OF UNION PLACE. between 15th and Schr Sarah Lavina, Burtrem, from Richmond. Mercer streets, Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden. r
17h ret. Au omprehding r map o"f t.hat c..e- Schr Mary, Grule, 3 days from Eastport, lumber. This Panorama is one of the most Leautiful ever
.17h st reets and comprebedg a map of that ce- Schr Forest, Norton, 10 days from Machias, with painted, and conveys to the spectator a most exact
acription of property, of unusual extent and value, lumber, to the master. idea of tropical scenery. It embraces the whole ex-
The lots on-the Square are 15 in number, and are Schr Romer, Smith, 3 days from Brandymine, with tent of the city, with a view of the grand Catheral, all
each 125 feet deep. Eleven of the lots are 26 fee com. the principal Convents, Churches, and Hospitals; the c
front and Two of there 27 feet, dthe re- Burge Grampus, fm Philadelphia, to J. Schott, Jr. Public Square, the Palace, or Government House, the
front and r. Two of thmare 27 fee, andthe re- Cemetary, the Mountain of San Christophal, the
armmiinng ue 25 feet and 3 inches. NEW LONDON, Nov 4--Sailed, schr Harriet, Snowy Range of the Andes, 18,000 feet high, the Port
Three of f lo t, to wit: the lot at the N. E. comer Mobile; schr Amazon; Beebe, on an exploring expedi- of Callao, the Pacific Ocean, &c. &c. t
S a t E. cor er of 17th stt, tion. Also exhibiting, the Panorama of THEBES, IN T
Iofdh te tadhjat he S.E. couter of th street PROVIDENCE, Not 8--Ar brig Berfine, Carpen- EGYPT, which presents the stupendous Ruins of t
ulthe lotnext adjacent on the southerly side %will be ter, Hava*w.ochr America, Richmond; sloop James the Temple of Karnak, with its colossal gateways and T
sold in tee simple, with citaboe conditions as to a Lamphier, NYork. obelisks, the Statues of Memnon, the River Nile, the r
',i uniform style of building ; the remaining twelve lots Sld-brig Elba, Purkis, Havana. 1ian Meuntains, &c. i
i. i s Hours of exhibition from 9 m the morning till half I
'a held under separate leases' from the late Cornelius WARREN, R I, Nov 7-Ar ship Boy, Barton, past 9 at night. Admittance, 25 cents to each Panoe-
T William to Samuel B. Ruggles, (at ground rents alohuana ama. o12
varying from50 to dol for eah ot, cord to Sld-sip Triton, acc ocean. WEST'S CELEBRATED PICTURE, 1
NEWPORT, Nov 8--Ar brig Poland, Gardner, Sa- Tr CHRIST REJECTEDR,
treaggregate d(includgtwoe ana; chrs Visscer, Beers, from Boston for Alba- S now on view, at the STUYVESANT INSTI-
S- ew ) of MIGHTY YEARS, expiring onthe st day ny; Wm King. Hallett, from Boston for New York; ITUTE, Broadwaynear Niblo's. The above splendid
S of ,- 114 ,, l r Concorday, CaBlive, Havana.ork painting, for which the artist refused ten thousandguin- a
The ft ter of the lease is for ears, expiring s in don, contains upwards of one hundred figures,
'"" -TR .theI.M 1 4rm o lad the seller will stixplat tt NEW BEDFORD, Nov 7-Ar ships Roscoe, Pit- and is 22 feet long and 16 feet high. It has been pro-
Sthe 1 and the seller i tpulate t Pific ean; Hibernia, Gray. Indian Ocean; nounced by some connoisseurs to be the finest picture t
v rethe puras r harmless from all ground rents dur awe bnrque Rutava, NYork; brig uito, Webb, De- in the orld. Admittance 25 cents. Catalogues 121
i.:nita t priod, S depositing adequate and satlsfator) lego Bav schr Susan, Swift, Albany; sloop Helen, cents. Season tickets I dollar. Lighted at dusk.
8doeurity .ori iment wththeNewYorlife I 8hermaido. lmis* St
:y .enth.the.NewYork. 'Lfe In th-Ar Swe ship Neptunus, Freeda, NYork; Swe DHOL FOR ENTLEMEN The
:. Trurt tkmpae.- br cbe, HeIlsten, do;, s84eo t Pioneer, Croweul, do; "D IDIN0 SCHOOL FOR GENTL;EEN.--Thc
brig' Hobo tP, He rllate, Hndo; sl pe Pioneer. ] rowd do subscaiber respectfully informs those' gentlemen
SFro ter tle t May,864, each lt wl be Ann, pe do; Pilot, Handy, Al y. who may wish his instruction in heart ofHorseman-
u" zject to teafioable yearly i t for the two retain 81-ship Gen Porter, Luce, *achic Ocean;. ship, and those who wish to ride for exercise, that his
: ia.periods 6f39 and20 )yarsto be ascertained in the STO'N, Nov I0-'Ar ship Atert, Penhallow, fi Erening School will cominence on Monday evening,
Sma-er spsifid the lMasses, prmteld cqies Q.which l phhCa iMnia; hncbr Hiomer, NYor'k Nov. ilth, and will open every evening in the week t
Sa es te phed-Ships Martha Washington, from Ca (except Sundays) during the winter. Hours from to
wiH be frti d by the auctioneer previous to the diz;Roi Hood Mtanzas; Susan, Rio Janeiro; Jas 9 o'lock. Terms made known at the School, 137 1
a"'Ie. r'*. ." Perkins, Calcutta. Mercer street. School for ladies is open daily (Sun.
T three sT dwelling hou- s of the first class have Cld-bsrque Emily Wilder, Brown, Malaga; schrs days excepted from 10 to 2 o'clock. *
,: h .. .. ..el.Harmony, .illiams, Martinique. nll Iwis J6HN S. ROULSTONE, Proprietor.
radybeenetedonsbtotheAeasedlotsandwi LEM, Nov 8-Ar bark Augustus Mle, MltfCOTCH WHISKEY-A very superior Malt
tie cqmpletily finished and ready for occupation by the Zanzibor, Aug 6, and Pernambuco, Oct 12. Whiskey for sale by
,Ibh of OdLober. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 9-Arrived, brigs" CI- R. H. ATWELL. 381 Broadway, 1
SThere will al6s be offered"at the same time and mere, Reed, from Malaga; Ann Eliza, Skaats, Turks nll corner of White st.
place, th 14 lage-sized building lots lying-in the im Island.--Cleared, brig Conte Worenzoff, Guranoico, DORT WINE-100 dozen Port Wine, of very su-
mediate vicinity of the square, on both sies of the "ea .L perior quality, for sale by
omedthe ci f s. the BALTIMORE, Nov. 9-Arrived, brig Ann, Smith, R. H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway,
4h Avenue, and embracing the whole of both from Rio Janeiro; schooners Mlnchester, Edmondson, nl 1 corner of White st.
fronts, from 19th to 19th'streets. These 14 lots are Providence.-Cleared, Hamburg brig Hansa, Schroe- CORPORATION BONDS for sale, of 250, $500,
all of them 125 feetdeep. and the four corner ones 27 der, Cape de Verds. 0 1000 each. by
.feet, and the other 10 lots 26 feet broad in front and RICHMOND, Nov. 6-Anrrived, schooner George nil SYLVESTER & CO., 156 Broadway.


; rear. They. are also held under leases on the same Wheaton, Adams, fromP New York. lf'ONEY ON INTEREST.-The subscribers
"utr-l t "e mentioned. CHARLESTON, Nov. 6-Arrived, ships Henry IVA are ready to receive money in large or small )
e se r ine same a-.angement. Leeds, Marshall, Sydney, N,S.-Sl'd, ship Niagara, sums on deposite, allowing interest for the same at
..And they wilbe sold under the same arrangements Smith, NYork; brig Jones, do. the rate of 7 per cent. with liberty for the depositors
with regard to the ground rent as the leased lots in front Nov. 7-Arrived, brig Daniel Webster, Adams, fm to withdraw the whole or part, on demand.
Sof te square; by which they will also be virtually free Havana.. nl SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway.
from rent tf the at May ,1864. SAVANNAH, Nov. 5--Arrived, ships Trenton, SALTPETRE-600 bags crude E I, for sale by
S The t of sale of all the property above mention Snow, from Boston; America, Holden, York; brigs GRINNEL, MINTURN & CO.
ed, which .ill be accommodating with maps, &c. L. Baldwin, Bassett, do; Wm. Taylor, Hoey, do. nll 134 Front street.
and all other *rticuars in respect thereto, may be ob
ad alothoner ti inmon re e o MOBILE, Nov. 1-Arhived, ships Superior, from 10 COFFEE.-3000 bags rime reen, fbr sale
EDW. W.-LUDLOW & CO. Auctioneers, Liverpool; Henry, do; Josephine, Benson, NYork. RI by GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
03 istor 13 Broad street NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 1-Arr, ships Manchester. nil 134 Front street.
g.o The sale of the above property is postponed to Bosworth, from Philadelphia; London, Patton, Balti- Ip EFINED WHALE OIL-2000 gallons, for sale
ednesda*, the IIth day of ~ecetber,'at the same time b IX by GRINNELL, MINTURN &CO.
e t htti KEY WEST, Oct. 2-The U. S. schr. Otsego, nil 134 Front st.
Ad o8 tl Lieut. Shubrick, left here a few days since for Tampa'. PERUVIAN B AR -I bale, for sale by o
S*7 FIR8T WARD-Tbe Whig Electors of the The brig Statira, from New York, just arr in 13 days GRINNELL, MINTURN s CO. r
First W are quested to meet at the Broad street passage The schr Hope, formerly U. mail schr. 13 Front t.
Hotel this "'-uy evening, at half past 7 o'clock, wrecked on the reef some time since, has been re- 1 ir a
to appoint: fiDe*' ateo to the Convention, to be paired, and will leave for Havana ffrst fair wind. The RUDE CAMPHOR-95 cases, for sale b
held at S "adwa1y House, on the 19th inst., to se- steam packet New-York, passed here this day. C GRINNELL, MINTURN & O.
lectDelegats to *e National Convention, at Harris.3-4-- 7 rHT SIAM F34A F ronit fa
burgh. REAT WESTERN.-A gentleman who has ta- W HITE SIAM SVGAR-500 bags suitable for
burgh. 6REAT WESTERN.-A gentleman who has tC- VV refiners for sale by DAVIS, BROOKS &00, fo
0. pOBB, Chairman of Ward Committee. '1 ken the best Stateroom in this packet for himself n9 21 Broa d t.c
J. H. Ki-OM, Secretaries and lady, will not go the next passage, and is willing 21 Broad t.
S E. GREFBl, .ecreta.es. nil to spare it. Apply to 1" TIG IRON-170 tons No. 4 Calder Pig Iron, for "
S .-IFT- H 'WARD.-The Whig Electors of n9 6t* JOHN MITCHELL, 13 Wall st. -. sale by DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
F the teenth Ward are requested to meet at Con- TENGLISH WORKS ON PAINTING AND 21 Broad t.
stitution U. on Monday evening, the 11th Novem- J THE FINE ARTS-Just received and for sale f(AS SIA-200 cases Cassia now landing, and for
ber. instit 7 o'clock, to select five delegates to by D. APPLETON & CO., at their European and J for sale by DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
"M 'meet and JCi tresentalives from the other Warda, Americasi Bookstore, 200 Broadway. n9 21 Broad st. 1
.and unite 0tha to choose four delegates to repre The Literary Works of Sir Jeshua Reynolds, First f-1 RAIN BAGS-20,000 Grain bags, for sale by
sent the ui this cit and county in the Presiden President of the Royal Academy, with a Memoir of t T" n9 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st.
til Coonv u^ Harriwaurgh. the Author, &c., by Henry William Beechy, 2 vols. TUTE IEMP-150 bales Jute Hemp, for sale ay q
By order.. WardCoimmittee, 12mo. E|II EMP-150 bales Jute Hemp, for sale by t
By order lbe .Ward Committee, l2mo... n DAVIS. BROOKS & CO 21 Broa at n
n92t R. R. WARD, Chairman. Lanzi's History of Painting in Italy, translated byv n9 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.21 Broad at,
'N VUYVESANT INSTITUTE, Roscoe, 6 vols. 8vo. OAF SUGAR-Loaf, crushed, and pulverised
A. M- hIT ,, of the Stockholders of the Stuyve- Lanzi's History of Painting, translated aad abridged Sugar, constantly on hand, and for sale by
#ant InstiB, d tfhe Cit'of New York will be held at by the Rev. G. W. Evans, 2 vols. 12mo., forming a na9 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
the Directom't Bma on Wednesday evening, 13th inst, most useful manual for artists and amateurs. ON DON BOOKS JUST RECEIVED- Pa
at 7 o'clo. De Quincey's Essay on the Nature, the End, and L Speeches of the Right Hon. W. Huskisson, with
Pum tuadl -i Mteal attendance is requested. the Means of Imitation in the Fine Arts, translated by a Biographical Memoir, in 3 vols, 8vo,
By ord J. C. Kent, 1 vol, 8vo. Fuller's Church History of Britain, 3 vols, 8vo.
nl3 -tia .EORGE GIBBS, Secretary. Gould's Dictionary of Painters, Engravers and Strutt's Sports and Pastimes of the People of Eng-
.-- U P. & .. i. H.. .is'riE.t, M Sculptors, with Notices of their Works, &c. 2 vols. land, new edition, with one hundred and forty en-
E D..TS..l'No"3 Park Place 12mo. gravings and a copious Index, by Win. Hone, Esq.,
Dr. Tr, isha pY to acquaint his frienlA. and Leonardi da Vinci's Treatise on Painting, translat- I vol. 8vo.
pr.nst s h r .ed a :o-partnership with Dr. ed by Rigand, 'wih Life of the author, &c, by Brown, Lord Kames's Sketches of the History of Man, 3 vols. a
Foster, of g6, who completed his professional stu- 1 '. 2mo., plates. 8vo.f
dies a:. te ,8.a o ime with himseel) under the able and P.inting and t_ e Fine Arts, by R. Haydon, and Win. Godwin's History, &c., of Churches of London, in 2 "
efficient t itrution of Hawood & Tucker, of Bos- Hazlitt, 1 ol. 2mo vols. 8vo.
ec t... .. ..... &T k o. f, ^ s. The Beautiful, the Picturesque, and the Sublime, -Burder's Oriental Customs. new edition. 8vn.


M LECTUREk "ON REEOE.
M R. CASTANiS, a Greek, lately from Athens,
proposes to give at Clinton Hall, a aeries of Lectures
on the following subjects,'commencing next Thursday,
14th manst.
1lt. Marco Bozzaris and other Greek Warriors.-
In this, the audience will first listen to a sketch of the
character, manners and curtoms of his brethren, the
Greek mountaineers, the Siriotes, and others, of whom
Bozzaris was a chieftain. The Pyrric dance mention-
ed by Lord Byron, in convection with modern Greece.
as a relique of antiquity will be described, with its
song; the shaggy capote aAchemise of the Heliotes;
mentioned by the same, be exhibited in this. lec-
ture; the audience will see`what a resemblance exists
between Homer's heroes:a"s' Achelles, Diomed, and
others, with some of the modern Warriors, of Olympus,
Parnassus, Sparta, Crete &c. ; they will hear of the
modem swift-footed Achils, as Niketas, a Pelepon-
nessan, who appeared to his soldiers to fly, while his
golden war dress, glitteringin the sunbeams, shot forth
fie -like Diomed's armor, of which Homer speaks;
the war cry of the Greeks and Turks; religious ceremo-
nies of the Turks before battle, &c.; bravery of. the
Spartan and Saliote worsen, their laconic and witty
expressions. &c. It will conclude with the well known
heroism and death of Marbo Bozzaris, his noble
christian speeches, his ilivine resignation, and his
memorable dying' words;' the dirge of his brother
sung on his grave-War and patiiot.i Grecian songs,
with versified translations into English.
2d. The arrival and death of Lord Byron, at the 4*-
cred city of Messolonghi; his speeches to the Greejk
on the tomb of Marco Boazaris ; the'fall of that city,
and the brilliant battles fought around its feeble wallib
while besieged by 100,000 Turks.
3d. The captivity and massacre of the Sciotes, with
the plundering and burning of their Islan., Scio, by the
Turks, in 1822; the speaker's personal adventures will
be concluded. He had been a slave under three
Turks-sold once for 156 piastres; his escape from his
master; the interior of a Tuikish school, where he was.
placed to be converted to Mohametonism, will be de-
scribed. In fine this lecture will present in simple
and faithful colors, a picture of /hat remarkable and
thrilling catastrophe. Tudrish domestic life, religion,
language, maximns; the cry from the minarate, wil b.
given, &c.; the interior of a Turkish house, his mas.
ter's.
4th. Canaris' (the leader of the Grecian fire ships,)
signal vengeance on the Turks, who massacred the in-:
nocent Sciotes,-that is the blowing up of the Turkish
Admiral's ship with 3000O Turks and their commander,
the chief instrument of their catastrophe, &c. &e.
ith. The place and era of Homer's birth, &e.
6th. His Iliad; the character of each hero, will be
explained.
7th. HiwaDdessey-It will appeal that Ulysses
wandered not in thi Med4terrmanss mund Sicily,
andlto the opposite coasts, but tmhrogh.the Thracianp
Bosphortus and across the BUaIk ea.
8th. The Modern( Or dlitical spirit
of the people; remarks on the prufieiation, construc-
tioa, and relation to the aancint dimitsa ; origin of the
language; its exteasivc use ia the Nat, &c.
9th. Battle of Navarine, '&c.
10th. Customs and Mannera of the Greeks; the pre-
sent condition of tht, country,; many anecdotes of
superstition; pretended miracles, ',., will be related.
The Romaica dar. e will he described.
The speaker will be drsed e costume in the firnt
lecture, the better to illustrate his sketches.
Price for the course for 4 person, $3.
For agentlemai and lady, 5.
Single lecture, 50 eeuts.
REFERENCES.
His Ex. Gov. Everwt.
The Hon. Mr. Picking, nd many other gentlemen
of Boston,
Dr. Henry.
Prof. L. da Ponte, New York.
The first lecture will be given on Thursday evening,
14th instant, at Clinton Hall, at 71 Qclock,
Tickets to be had at the principal beQaotores.
n8 1w
PI bNew York, AlanY, and Troy

r "i^^^^^ff ^ From the fol 6'iarclay st,
The COLUMBUS. Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur-
day mornings, at 7 o'clock.
From the foot of Cortlandtr street.
The DE WITT CLINTON, this afternoon, at 5
o'clock.
The SWALLOW, tomorrow afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
NOTICE.-All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills,
specie, or any other kind of property, oken, shipped,
or put on board the boats of this line, must be at the
risk of the owners of such goods, freight, baggage, &c
nil
f FOR ST. CROIX-(Passage only.)--
From Philadelphia on Wednesday next.-
The well known newly coppered brig LANG-
DON CHEVES, John Gallagher, master, will siil
or the above port as above, having splendid airy tce
.omnmodations for 34 cabin passengers. For which, app-
y to REYBURN & VAN DETRVOORT.
10 Old slip, N. Y.,
or to BARCLAY & BERNABEN,
n9 3t Philadelphia.


SLIVERPOOL LINE OF PACKETS-
To sail on the !7th Dec.-The packet ship
INDEPENDENCE, Ezra Nye, master,
Wilt sai as above, her regular day.
For freight or passage, having splendid and une-
lualled accommodations, apply to
n9 GRINNELL. MINTURN CO., 134 Front st.
LONDON LINE OF PACKETS-To
sail on the 1st December-..The packet ship
i ONTARIO, W. K. Bradish, mater, will sail
as above, her regular day.\ For freight or passage, ap-
ply to the captain on board, at the foot of Maiden lane,
r to GRINNELJfMINTURN & CO.
n9 k, 134 Front street.
FOR NEW ORLEANS-Louisiana
and New York Line-Regular Packet for
Monday 18th Nov.-The fast sailing packet
5hip S AKSPEARE, Captain E. Comell, will sail
is above. For freight or passage, having handsome
furnished accommodations, apply on board, at Orleans
wharf, foot of Wall street, or to
o6 E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
t-P", OLD LT. IN r.TWW k l.rvii'P ir.r nArPWV rA


I
.W. T'r2-_~;Cn*?PI~S~-~~~5~r~~"~Rl;;~l~r I;


I -


. ** .. _- i ,
NTEW YORK LY EUM CTURES.-The
Boatd ot Dirico of (h New York Lyceum,
would respectfully mak known to the members of the
Institution and the pub generally, that they hate
made arrangements tor eCoure of Lectures to be de-
livered during the comizi eon in the Broadway Tab-
ernacle, to commence tdMday evening, 21st inst.,
and continue on the evening of each week, au
follows:
By Hon. CA LEB C6l [No, Introductory Lecture.
By ORVILLE DEw D. D., one lecture, on the
advantages of mixing inteligenc.e with the business and
the arts of life."
By Hon. ALEX'RqH. EVtElTT, one lecture, on
the Rattle of New O~rt l." e l n
By JAME H. RAYMo Esq, on. n the Constitution
of thieiUroted States."
By Rev. J. 0 0. CHONLE, two lectures, on the
life and times of Oliver Cromwell."
By JOHN NEAL, Esq., two lectures, 1. Eloquence,
ancient and modern. 2. Self Education.
By Rev. WILLIAM H umE, one lecture, on the cul-
tivation of Taste."
By JOHN H. GRisCOi M. D., one lecture, on "the
formation of the humani Body."
By M. M. NoAt L Esq, one lecture, on the calami-
ties of authors." lecture, on "
By Rev. JOEL PARKXk, one lecture, on "R the fr-.
mation of character" .
By WILLIAM L STOiXW, one lecture, "Al counter-
llast to tobacco, NOT (after the manner of Xing.
James."
By REMBRANDT PEAL, Esq., one lecture, on the
fine arts."
By JOHN 0. SARGEt Esq., one lecture, on "Tal-
leyrand."
By Hon. HORACE ; ANmo one lecture, on "Educa-
tion."
;By Hon. mSA'L. L. SOUTHARD, one lecture.
Tickets for the courseuto admit a lady and gentle-
man, $3. The same to members $2, and extra tickets
forladies, $l, can be had of the treasurer,John L. Sal-
isbury, 24 Barclay street; John S. Taylor, Nassau
street, opposite the City Hall; -- Raynor, 76 Bow-
ery; -E Embree, 77 East Broadway, or G. Miller,
547 Bradway; and Gould, Iewman & Saxton, or-
ner qf Fulton and Nass#r streets.
Those who desireo Aecure tickets for the course,
re reminded that aW~ay application will be neces-
sary.
Members will please get their tickets from the Trea-
surer. nsWFc&MtdI


PACXE'r SjRP ORlPHEUS, FROM LVEt..
POOL.-Consignees byj this ship are hereby no-
tified that she will commence diseliariag ,, Thuts-
day, the 7th instant, undergeneal order.. n7
JACKET SHIP VIRGINlANJ,,.I M UVER.-
L POOL.-Consignees are requested 'to send their .
permits as soon as possible to the Count'ig Room of
he subscriber, as the slipsails onthe l3th inst. Ah-
4oods not permitted in five days must unavoidably be.
'snt to the public store..7 ;
n7 I ROBERT KERMIT, 74 South at.
S HIP SOUTHERNER, FROM LIVERPOOL.
I Consignees by this ship will please send their per-
mits on board', at pier No., 10, E. R. or to the office of
the subscribers. All goods not .permitted within five
days will be sent to the public store.
n9 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st,
DACKEsT SHIP ONTARIO, PROM LONDON.&
JL -Consignees per this ship are requested to aeltd
their permits on board at the foot of Maiden Lane, im-
mediately. All goods not permitted by the 9th iut.,
will be sent to the Public Store. n9
PACKET SHIP INDEPENDENCE, FROM
LIVERPOOL,-Consignees of goods per trii
ship are requested to send their permits on board at
the foot of0 Maiden lane, immediately. All goods not
permitted by the 10th instant, will be sent to the Pub-
'lic store. n9
"TOTIC1E.-At a meeting of te rTrustees of the
L New York Life Insurance and Trust Company,
held Tuesday November 5, 1839, JAMES I. JONES,
Esq. was unanimously nominated to fill a vacancy in
the Board of Trustees. E. A. NICOLL .
New York, November 5,1839. Secretary.,
n6 3wd
NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY DYE AND
PRINT WORKS.
(Office No. 107 William street, above Maiden Lane.)
TrHE proprietor of those works having added new
JL and improved machineriy and buildings, is pre-
pared to receive, by the case or single piece, Silks,
Satins, Sarsanets, Oro de Naps', Ca'pes, Silk and
Cotton Velvets, Hosiery, Cloths, Cassimeres, Meri-
nos, Muslin de Latines, to dye, restore, dress, and put
up in merchantable order,
A part of the establishment is appropriate d to the
JOB AND FANCY DYEING BUSINESS. Silk
and Woollen.garments, Shawls, Ribbons, Veils, Plush,
Table Covers, Carpets, Furniture, dyed and finished
in the most improved manner.
SREYERNCES.
Messrs. Chadwick, Carrington & Co.
Messrs. H. Auchincloss & Sons. ) N. York.
Messrs. Stone, Swan & Co. )
Carpets, Rugs, Piano and Table Covers. cleaned
and restored.
New York, October 25,1839. o25 Imis


NOTICE TO THOSE HAVING BUSINESS
A IN CHICAGO.
AILL persons who have entrusted notes, deeds,
powers ofAttorneyi,or other papers to the undersigned,
will oblige him by forwarding duplicates, or memoran-
da of their contents without delay. The office of the
subscriber having been destroyed, with all its contents
at the great fire at Chicago on the 27th October, it may
be of great importance to give immediate attention to
this notice. It is hoped that the postage on letters
will be PAID, J. N. BALESTIER,'
Chicago, Illinois.


J. N. BALESTIER,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, Chicago, Ill.
Refers to :
Theodore Sedgwick, Esq., '
Robert Gracie Esq.,
Beoj.Stron NwY,
Edward Stainer, EsqYr
Messrs. Bums, Halliburton & Co.,
Messrs. G. & E. Curtis, )


TOST, orleft in an Omnibus, on Tuesday evening
last, a single boot and two or three letters, all
folded in apiece of newspaper, and tied together with
twine, of no value to any one but the owner. If the
same be left at the subscriber's, a suitable reward shall
be paid. SYLVESTER & CO.
n8 3t 156 Broadway.
R EMOVAL.-The office of the Old Line Liverpool
Packets is removed from 64 South street to the
new granite buildings in Burling slip, one door from
South street.
o26 Im C. H. MARSHALL.
NTOTICE.-All persons having claims against the
Estate of JOHN MASON, deceased, will pre-
sent the same to either of the subscribers at the Che-
mical Bank. ISAAC JONESI'
'GEORGE JONES,
A. GORDON HAMERSLEY,
n4 2w Executors.
BANK or TH STAT 6i NB1W YORX,x
November l1t, 1889. "
.rrHE President and Directors have this day decla-
1. red a dividend of four per cent. on the capital
stock, which wil be paid to the stockholders or their
leaal representatives after the 10th inat. The trans-
for books will be closed to the 10oth
nl Im is R. WITHIORS, Cashier.
MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY,
No. 44 Wall street, New Yor.
MARINE, INLAND NAVIGATION, & FIRE
INSURANCE.-The Mutual Safety Insurance Com-
pany, charteredby the Legislstre of this' State, sub-
mit the following statement in relation to ,the Intitiu
tion and its advantages.
The premiums charged, terms of credit, conditions
of insurance and general mode of transacting business,
are precisely similar to those of the mot approved of-
fices min ths city.
The not profits of the company, (consisting of the
premiums on all the risks terminated during the previ-
ous twelve months, less the losses and expenses of the
same period,) will be divided annually among those
who have paid said premiums, and in proportion to the
several amounts paid by each. The dividends will be
made in scrip certificates, bearing such interest as
shall anse from the investment of the net profits in
bonds and mortgages, and public stocks.
The premiums accruing upon risks tsAken siace the
issue of the first policy on the 18thof December, 1838,
amount, at the present time, to more than POUR HuTlN
DRRD AND SITY FIVE THOUSAND dollars, (465,000)
from which, it is to be presumed, that the premiums of
each year will not only pay all the losses and expenses
of that vear, but will enable the company to divide a
surplus among the insured.
The carter expressly provides that the insured
cannot in any case-incur a loss beyond the amount of
his premiums.
TRUSTEES


Zebedee Cook, Junr. Moses Taylor
Gulian C. Verplanok Charles Sagory
Robert B. Minturn William H. Aspinwall
Pelatiah Perit Caleb Bartlett
George T. Elliott John Harper
Rduis L. Lord | Adam Norrime
David Hadden Mortimer Livingston
Sidney Brooks Nathaniel Weed
Herman Oelrichs Archibald Gracie
Alfred Pell E. A. B. Graves
Henry W. Hicks John Duer
Samuel F. Dor Joseph Blunt.
ZEBEDEE COOK, Jr., President.
ALFRED PELL, Vice President.
JOS. B. COLLINS, Secretary. s4s tf


GRAND AND UNEQUALLED DISPLAY OF ..i-Lmiles from the tityHall, o,.he Bloomingdale
SSPLENDID NEW STYLES IN FRENCH Road, in full view of the Hudson River,-has 5 years
EMBROIDERIES, at 359 Broadway. to run from the st of May next. The present holder
The following are the leading articles: has, at a large expense, improved the grounds, and
Brussels Lace Pelerines, Mantillas and Collars, sPt3e premises in repair. Possession given imme-
very rich Lace and Muslin Shawls, Squares and half lately. For terms, and other particulars, inquire at.
veryrcL ad sna11ontine Building, Wall street, of
Squares, Lace and Muslin Pelerines and Capes, seve- n 2wis uld THOSng, ASARD tre CO
ral thousand Lace and Muslin trimmed Collars, Habit 2 TOS- ASSAD & CO.
Shirts, with and without Collars, Chemisettes, Stom- T ACXAWANNA COAL.-Egg and broken, $6
achers, and great quantities of Muslin and Lace Cuffs, LJ 50 per ton ; large nut, $6 do. do. Delivered in
Children's Collars, Caps, Crowns, &c. any part of New York and Brooklyn free of cartage.
Particular attention is requested to the extraordina- Apply at 53 William, corner of Pine. at the corner of
ry assortment of Babies' Robes, Baptismal Dresses, Beach and West, and the nort-west corner of King
Frock Bodies, Cambric Cans, &c. and Greenwich streets. New York or at thn I(~.i


rr~ ROLp~A ~)E ALflb~~il~i~~~r:~a~~


JACKET SHIP HUNTSVlXLE, MMQ4 NEL W
p OrEIANS, is di 8 meliargla at. ).tlsas.
foot of Wall strea. Con ignees will pum attedir o
the teceipt of their goo&ir. 07


R. ACHILLE GARIDELLI, Professor of ihe
Flute, Pupil of the celebrated TULON, has the honor
to inform his friends and the public in general, that at
the request of many individuals, he will give lessons
on the Flute, i4 ,Singing, apd in the accompaniment of
the Piano, after the manner most recently practised at
Milan, in Italy,.
He will receive applications at his residence, No.
113 Leonard street, at from to 10 o'clock, A. M., and
from noon to 3 o'clock, P M, o29 Imis
1E7 MATHEMATIdAL SCHOOL.
I. C. ROSS, for many yogrs an Instructer in the
United States Military Academy, has opened a Math-
ematical School at No. 417 Houston street.
Young gentlemen having appointments as Cadets.
will be prepared to enter the Military Academy with
advantage.- Those who wish to qualify themselves for
Civil Engineering, will be thoroughly instructed in
the preliminary course of Mathematics. Number of
pupils, fora recitation of three hours, limited to fifteen.
Terms,.$10 per month. Instruction will be given in
the evening, to those who may desire it. For further
information, inquire rs above,or f at No. 724 Green-
wich street, n5 Im*
,D DANCING AND WALTZING ACADEMY.-
SJ Madame FERR nao takes pleasure to inform her
friends and patrons that her saloon and house destroy-
ed by fire it June last are entirely rebuilt, with oonsid-
erabte improvements and conveniences for her pupils,
(the saloon is painted With a new design by the same
Italian artist, Signor Capelli,' and theclases will be-
pin on'Wednesday, the 16th of October.
Days .ad Hours of Tuition.
Madame F., desirous of having only a limited num-
ber of scholars in each class, will form two different
classes for young lmdies and masters on the following
days, viz, :--Wednesdays and Saturdays. and Tues-
days and Fridays, at half nast 3 o'elck. .The gentle-
men's dancing and waltzing class wiH be on Monday
and Thursday evenings at half past 7 o'clock, and the
gentlemen's waltzing class at the same hour on Tues-
dave and Fridays. .
',Private classes, private lessons, anj young ladies'
seminaries, punctually attended to. Evey variety of
waltzing i's taught without any extra charge: and pri
vate soirees (exclusively for the pupils a.4 parents,)
will be given as usual.
For terms and particulars, please to call at Madame
F.'s residence, No. 21 Howard street.
Mr Ferrero continues instructing in the Italin and
French languages. ; s26 eqd3m
S J. P. WRIGHT,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
(Office of the "New York American.")
No. 18 NEW STREBT, N. Y.
All orders executed with neatness and pandtuality
on moderate terms.
Chancery Bills and other Law Works carefully print.
ed.
R OOMS TO LET IN BRO DWAY.-Two
Parlors, with Bed-Rooms attached. Also, ac-
commodations for two or three single gentlemen, to-
gether with Board. Apply at 337 Broadway. n2
T O SOCIETIES.-The Library Room in the
X Lyceum Building, No. 563 Broadway, will be let
for meetings of Societies, Clubs, &c., by the night or
by the season. It is every way adapted for the pur-
pose, being carpeted and furnished with a throne and
table, &c. Terms, $5 ber single evening.
n8 tf JOHN C. JAY, 22 Bond st.
r ECTURE ROOM TO LET, by the day, night,
or year, in the Lyceum Building, No. 563 Broad-
way. Apply to JOHN C. JAY,
n8 tf 22 Bond st.
FOR SALE-A house at Hoboken, the re-
[ sidence of the subscriber, with large garden,
..K grape vine, asparagus beds, &c. The furniture,
all new and of the best kind, may he had also, with
right of ferriage. Can be seen at any time.
SJOSHUA R. SANDS.
Hoboken, Nov. 5, 1839. n7
Am& TO LET-A convenient Office in the new
granite. building in Burling slip. one door from
I South t. Inquire of C. H. MARSHALL, 38
Burling slip. o30 tf
TO LET-From the 1st November to the 1st
May next, the two story brick House, No. 510
Broome street. Apply to
o2 'E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
LEASE FOR SALE.-The lease of the
B Country Seat, known as Strawberry Hill. 6j


by the Ireat MMr$t- .l t
Byronl G gallery; AFie t
3 v; Wavewlsy b ez j: 1tug
Scott's P eatieat l cf sti n;M*uf'I
the Rile s2 v; o-,rab 4 f1%m i2
splendid ,aried plates;. .-.


ravings; aWi lt Roota5'r ; Boa
wesorlanct Cn brarc f
Cornwall llstrd; Fis .Ti; "
in w landan, folio colo"wi Sn e. T -
be; Virtue's beautiful Viewps of





Also-, mibrary ediet of 'Le.d -
v; 'l5rk,'s Works, t v, .0tao; SI ,'-
2y; Cavrin'i Christia It iaututs,
Greek T USA y eEt.2T ..; 4"
W urkt, 3v; Warburtoof s n'sM
Works, elegant p"'i r a d t; Ei C
.na,13Tv; pgs P War*' i
Rob Ufon's Cbiet F e rd iftMa
wood's Woilm' 1v' Segg. ndt.5 t





oakspearreqWrom j 82 o-.'26, ,"
Also, elegant Library .ed ,,*. Ab;lt
Stand Historale books ,A "an




ncAnaJo, eom. t- 20rl at ..n.
Miatelog 4fi lolbeeady sltihe hi -
THURSDAY EVENj3MG4 -
As fr o'clock, eactheir A&ttiozdb ee n5ei "
A most Rare and Vawa6Je Cqfi' T
Civiland Military do;igi rt.c"io '- s
the Us efnl Art beinapg the
Professional Librarof MboirD IM M8.40 1 t
number of stand works'of Hisoryahdnd M1W U-
ous Literature froi the -ame e-r-s -,en
tion embraces, aroeg many otle-onf si 'q.i. chAa. -
ter, the Reperteryof Arts and oat'7 of P aont
Inventions, eomplete, wihthI e6 -oLe/ J ,'-.-,
dixes from the cominincement of $9e hln' ui i
1794 to 1830, 73 volo probably --the 0y e7"sj.-
ever offered in this cotipt-y. IJaef Art,
17 vols, from the commence"eut Lol echaic'
Magazine, 17 vols. do; Sihliv=% J9 n'qJkiUL do;
Borgni's Meehanics aap~id'to the Artat. 1# e.o,
numerous plates; Routelet eas wuor-k a Ba l ring,
comprising every branch of the a-t w ith h lstode-de.
tails, 5 vols, large 40t; Naiern Sa ....iax, Bri.es,
4to; Provis's Detais of the -nai '.
to the reports on the Po.i of -Lo -don ?"i -' Yrial
de Genii French GoVarobe 3t'work 8 4to2 W- j
splendid Geological gnd ToPograplt c l-, o-" R-.f
land, reduced from the o .me.rical Tyloso r
last edition of Calm tWrzsMe1ry, & 4o0e0Y,'jxa
war's series of E lish ior,; .laols 'aeo
works, 10 volsi; Wood's l4e ers ofan .r.ite, 2 2ll,
4to; Nicholsoni's ArehitecWil Dictioy, 2 ftlns, 4to;
Encyclopedia Metrmpohit14 2 vols. 4tb; Wikinsonj
Thobes; Library of the Fine A.*. j vAfs.
Polytechniques, 3 vOs, 4to, az@- Atlas
plates; Lyall's Geblogy U and Make' Br" o of
a fine set of Ree.' Cyclopedia, 4*1 vo* j Ru .Y;a
also, an extra set of plates of do., half boiand in i
26 vol.; Sw ift'b works, London editiaa,1 role.in.
burg Review, from 1820 to '28, 12 Y1av North Aanmr.
ican do., from 1820 to '30, 20 voix; WitoctuiS Ami icwx
Ornithology, 4 vol., splendudlv cdonr.A ,t .7.


^1


I~:~$e~b~ilslC~jl~EIIPs~.7J~F"F~CP
L' ~I= r' r


F-7


U. .7 4' ..V1. P14k 1W 0, 1 I


I __ 1-_ W b A I WWI TPWVWJV-14 _


,


C lhi FtI~-R+-"lirtp-n~-~iiT


I


,1
A'~'
h-M:)- &'h b.j. ja m *


I


.


MR. B -TO W4 CAM
at No. 175 B"40*1 y fee'PLU 01 a ALL
T4E &:4E A

WRf
SFo R SpEiniLY acquiring, with certainly ad seae,
1l2 Lesaons sa beautiful, free, and handsome Runinfg
hani, Commercial or Epistolary, expeditiois for the
Counting House,-elsgoant.ad dfiae for the LADIB.
Academy No. 175 Bnrdway, N..Y. ,
MR. B ISTOW haa the' honor of announcing to' tie
Ladies and Gentlemen of New York and Brooklyn,
that he has RETURNED to the city, from a vety flatt r-
ing and successful visit at Boeton, and has RE-6OPENeD
his old Established Institution for Writing; No. 1l75
Broadway, fox the RECEPTION of PUPILS OF ALL
Aoa s, and of every capacity, Day and Evening.
THIs CELEBRATED, unrivalled, and universally ap.
proved System of Writing i AGAIN offered to the
notice of the Ladies, the Merchant, the Young Man of
Business, or Clerk, the Attorney, the Accountant, the
Student, the Gentleman of Fashion and Fortune, and
'the public in general of New York. It is expresly
adapted to all the Mercantile purposes of Life ad But-
siness in this Commercial City; for Letters, .Bills of
Exchange, Invoices, Sales, Orders, Notes, Rfceipts,
Ac't C't, te Journal Entry, and the Ledger'-aid is
?SITIVELYa=red by evwry one, fro .to A"s of
TEN to SIXTY,
IN TWELVE EASY LESSONS, OF ONE
HOUR EACH!
No matter hpw Bad, IndiTmeat, l eille, Deformd,
gOr4mp e, or Cmrm1ed, the Pupl's writing may be.
-THE LADIES meet daily at 11 and 12 o'clock:
these Hours are devoted entirely to Ladies,-they are
taught in 12 Lessons a truly newa, gracefud delieat
an4 elegant style of Writing, the only fashmnable one
of Ake day..
THE GENTLEMEN are taught a Bold, free, and
expeditious Running-hand-Unsurpnsd for the
Counting Room! and highly efficient for All Mercantile
Purpuits. -
,Il The Steel and Common Pen xr Quill, are both
used at MrB's Academy.
IDH Persons who know not haw to-write at a0l, or have
n.fter written, aro taught to ,-Write an elegant hand in
Eighteen Lessons! a e
*** MerchantB and Strangers visiting New York
can complete a course of Lesns in 2 or 3 days.
N. $ -Mr Bristow is to be seen from 9 A. M., to 1,
or from 3 to 8P.M..
U IM[PROVEMENT being guaranteed, Additional
Lessons will be given, (above the Twelve) free of
extra charge, if found necessary, by Mi B-in order to
give frill satisfaction to every Pupil. cn s19
BOOK-KEEPING,
C 88 Cedar st., near Broadway.
C. CMARSH, Accountant, informs the public
that hiq ooms continue open every evening, from 7 to
9 oclock, for the purpose of giving instruction in the
Theory and Practice of Book-keeping. The course
averages about 20 lessons, which may be taken in suc-
cessive evenings, or 4t ,the convenience of the pupil,
as'the instruction is individual and not in classes
Instruction is also greri during the day, from 9 to 2,
and 4 to 6.
Prospectuses, with trnms, and a full account of the
method may be had at the Rooms. s21


It


'~ ~.; .1 f.








'"n "r "- ...... -- ... .." .. FERRY. '4 "j ^"'T 1' ..D ZICAN ST'E M".AK .OTICES. '
...-. ".:-.----.." :-.O* TO: -'' CO.--EW YORK TO LONDON. ..
I W UU; 88PMO EER will ply con- STEAM SHIP BRITISH QUEEN. D Y order fWashingto Hunt, Esquire, a Judge o B Y order of Willam C. Habrouck, a Supreme
"'" Ea5t3y3 between Barclay street 2010 tons, 500 horse power, JJ Niagara County Co.s, of the degree of Coun J Court Commissioner in and for Orange County,
several o act be- and Hoboken. The NEWARK will leave Cabal [Licut. Richard Roberts, R. ., CN mmafler.] seller at Law in the Sup .e Court-Notice ishere- notice is here given, pursuant to the provisions o
by *11v tha inst the es n ookn W- .the statute no~m th gis bcn
se W Ye]iT. and Liverpool, have rarraed for street at the conimencement of each hour and half by given that an attach t has issued against the es- the statute authorizing attachments against abscond
t Apia ea port on the 1st, 7th, I S th,, hour, and HobokI every inAediate quarter, during This splendid steam tate of Jonathan Gilbert,' non-resident debtor; and ing and concealed debtors, that an attachment has
so every mo-sA;, the ships to succeed 8ch the day jsje a hip, burthen 2016 tons, that the same will be sold'for the payment of his issued against the estate of John McKee,late an in-
teri. tho. falowing order, viz: : The FAIRY QUEEN will leai4 Christopher street. and500 horse power, will debts, unless he appear and discharge such attach- habitant of this State, an absconding or concealed
'' :ytaQC^ OCI OZ MBtO:!^1 atcw-coammeacernit of each houraad half hour, and sail for the remainder of ment according to law wihi nine months from the debtor, lately residing in Warwick, in Orange county,
roookn eiy intermedte quarter durig the day. the year as follows: first publication of this notice ; and that the payment and that the same will be sold for the payment of his
AM OrM111" -0 A1boa o'clock, P-.
.- a ''^ O S B C ^ 0Aboat runs from Barclay street until 10 o'clock, P. N w ofanydebts due tohimbyresidentsofthis State,aridthe debts, unless he appear and discharge such attach-
'--. S. .2 From New ork. From London delivery to him, or for her use, of ny property within ment, according to law, within three months from the
;Q 4 NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROD, 1st December, 1st January, this State belonging to him, and the transfer of any first publication of this notice; and that the payment
IV A' VbO- .' R Z.. .1 1st February, 1st March, such property by himn, are forbidden by law and are of any debt and the delivery of any property belonging
S t stApl, 1st May, void. to such debtor, to him or to his use, and the transfer of
"' o &0S 3---E Ist June, 1st July, Dated at Lockport, the 20th day of June, 1839. anypropertyby him for anypurpose whatever, are for-
Sfh day ofNovenber, the Cars i 1st August, 1st Sept., SAMUEL BROWN, bidden by law, and are void. Dated the thirty-first
', .. < f' run an flter s e 1st fl1st o c h i ip lt 00 n je25 law9m Attorney for attaching creditor, day of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine.
I -"-* '' 'SS-" run as follows: For freight [of which h this ship will take 600 to
From the City Hall, Walker street and Harlcm, or passage, apply io s order of Michael Ulshoeffer, Yirst Juage ot the BATES & MCKISSOCK,
S. From the City Hall Walker street and Harm, or passage apply to BD Court of Common Pleas for the City and Coun- aul law3m Attorneys for Attaching Creditor.
0 CA from 7 o'clockA. M. every hour until 8 o'clock P. M. WADSWORTH & SMITH,
Cy H a s v f inuts N J S' L rTH, ty of New York, Notice is here given, pursuant to of Hon. Frederick P. Stevens, Judge of
: t From t 1 sre v mi s No4 Jes Lanera 103 Fntst, the provisions of the statute authorizing attachments J Erie County Courts, Counsellor, &c., Notice is
Sfrom 7 o'clock A. M until 8 o'clock ..T Agents Brit. and Am. Steam Ship Co. against non-resident debtdors, that an attachment has hereby given pursuant to the provisions of the statute
Rates of fare from City Hall and Walker street-To No second class passengers taken issued against the estate of Charles R. Briggs and authorizing attachments against absconding, concealed
Y% --7, Harlem, 25 ets To Yorkville, 18 cts. To Forty- No goods will be received on board without an order Moses R. Munn, residents of the State of New Jer- and non-resident debtors, that an attachment has issued
second st. 121 cts. To Fifteenth st. 6j cts. From fromthe agents, sey, and that the same will be sowld for the payment of againstthe estate of AaronB. Elsworth, a non-resi-
: -: .-. Haremto City Hall, 25 cts. To Fifteenth st. 18 cts. An experienced surgeon is attached to the ship. their debts, unless they appear and discharge such at- dent debtor, residing in the State of Ohio, and thatthe
5 5 S3 _To Forty second st. 121 cts. To Vorkville, 6 ts Plan. of the cabins may be seen at the office of the tachment, according to law, within nine months from same will be sold for the payment of his debts unless
.. ... Fare on Sundays to and from City Hall and Fif- aents. n5 the first publication of this notice; and that the pay- he appear and discharge such attachment, according to
S s31 teent street, 1 cen Sunerintendant. OLD LINE OF LIIVERPOOL PACKETS. ment of any debts due to them by residents of this law, within nine months from the first publication of
: -"' .,NEW ARiANo EMENT. State, and the delivery to them or for their use, of any this notice; ad that the payment of any debt and the
-,- :1SNEWARRANGEMENT. property within this State belonging to them, and the delivery of any property belonging to such debtor by
-Is -.t't = r., NEWARK AND NEW g p transferof any such propeary by them, are forbidden by residents of this State, tohimor to his use, and the
'. J* --- YORK.-The last sa il The Old Line of Packets for Liverpool will hereaf- law, and are void. transfer of any property by him for any purpose what-
,,--,.^ '; ', Martin, on and aftrBsteanier PASSAIC, Captain ter he despatched in the following order, excepting that Dated the 19thday of April, 1839. ever, are forbidden by law, and are void.-Dated the
ho -rsorn. nin2 a 6 w illrngewhenthe sailing day falls on Sunday, the ship will sail LEWIS M. RUTHERFORD, 31st day of July, 1839.
S" hours of nnin, and leave as follows: on the succeedin da z ap19 law9m Attorney for Attaching Creditor. JOHN M. BRADFORD,
NEW YORK. I NEWARK. og the sucJOHNiM.BaADFORD,
't Foo o Baca NowYORK.Centre Wharf FromNew York. From Lverpool. -DY order of the Honorable William Inglis, one ot au5 law9m Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
tRMF o f Barcla jst. Ce tr W har. Fro Be purs anc ofo an or e ofte Sur gte o h
.... 00 oc loc, A. I ocloc, A.M. Nov. 19 ,Jan. 7 J. the Associate Judges of the Court of Common TN pursuance of an order of the Surrogate of the
110t. = r-to =3 c" P.M. P.M. Mar. 19 The NEW YORK (new)-950, May 7 P!eas for the City and County of New York, Noticeis Con yoNewY
~~~ 2. -9R- 3j P. M.1 P. M. ICounyoNe Yokntieshrbygvno
SOn Sunday the PASSAIC will leave- July 19 tons-Win. C. Barstow. Sept. 7 hereby given, pursuant to the provisions of the statute all persons having claims against Mary Klingser, late
...On Sunday the PASSAIC will leave- l es
--,',Bf M 10o'clck, AM Iv 8 o' clock, A.M Dec- ) Jan. 19 authorizing attachments against non-resident debtors,ale of nhe Cit of NewYork deceast d to presentthe
.. .. '1.4lc, P.M. | P. M. April I The CAMBRIDGE-850 tons- May 19 that an attachment has issued against the estate of same wi he uc
i ag g R E s3 = j = ;." Fare 18* cents. n7 Aug. 1 Ira Bursley. -Sept.19 Samuel A. Belden, a non-residentof the State of New s Oie, N 2 three io the c net
*m 2 r Dec. 19 Feb. 7 York, and that the same will be sold for the payment of hsOfi, 0t
NEW JERSEY RAILROAD & TRANSPOR- Aprill9 The NORTH AMERICA-610 June 7 his debts unless he appear and discharge such attach- York, on or before the tenth day of February next.
4y5:oi TATION COMPANY. Aug. 19 tons-W. E. Hoxie. (Oct. 7 ment, according to law, within nine months from the ated New York a o s
.areala of the first class, and ably comT O Newark, Elzabeho mt, Rahw'aye, ntd New Br-nwi Jan.teFew.o I C A JoHNsO, 1
.. tE~ofte tas, bl m N awcr. Jan. 1) 5Feb. 19 first publication of this notice; and that the payment of SA JHO
f, wit lgant accommodations for passengers. May 1 The EUROPE-618 tonis-E. G. June19 any debts due to him byresidents of this State, and the aul law6m Executor.
Th. pcl e af paosnae from New York to Liverpool, is En M Sept. I Marshall. Oct. 19 delivery to him or for his use, of any property within TN PURSUANCE of an order of the Surrogate of
Fixed at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at35 neaW Iif W U s Jan. 193 Mar. 7 this State belonging to him,'and the transfer of any L the County ofNew York, Notice is hereby given to
anneabru livju ines, stores and beddin. Neither ril 7 yhpoet yhm r obde ylwadaealpr
.- jeiasibcludingwines storesandbeddio. Neither NEW BRUNSWiCK TRAINS May 19 The OXFORD-800 tons-J. July 7 such property by him, are forbidden by law and are all persons having claims against William Falconer,
.*he c~iapti or owtters will be responsible for any l~et- V KU^ p oi Sept.19^ Rath~bone. Nov. 7 void. late of the city of New York, paint dealer, deceased.
ters -au'cel or-jmckaes, unless regularbills of lading (From foot of Liberty street, New Yoik.) Sept.19 Ratbone. Nov. 7 v
Leave Nea eork. I Leave New Brunswuk. Feb. I Mar. 19 Dated the 30th day of May, 1839, to present the same with the vouchers thereof to the
e s td therefor.- At l k AM dail At7o'cock AM dai June 1 The COLIMB S tons- l 19 SMITH BARKER, subscribers at their place of business, as executors,
ieto fiif the shp Oxford, North America, Eu- At9ocok .M aiy. At7o'clock, A. M. daily. un The COLIjMBI.:S-700 tons--..hly 19 SIHBRE, sbci
rp orn Soh America England, Orpheus, 4 P.M. do. 12 noon do. Oct. 1 T. B. Cropper. Nov. 19 my3 law9m Attorney for Attaching Creditors. No. 4 Wall street, in the city of New York, on or be
e WIWvu^ South America. England, Orpheus, P. M. do. Feb. 19 AUTH AERC 6 16 7i Y order of the Honorable Michael Ulshoeffer, First fore the first da of December next.
CO.( S}i N ~ On Sunday, the 7j A. M. trip from New Brunis- June 9 The S u. Judge of the Courtof Common Pleas for the City Dated New York, 15th day of May, 1839.
A .ALL or 64 South st, N.Y. wick, is ominitted. Oct. 19 ons-D. G. Baley. Dee 7 d County of New York, Notice is hereby given, pur- WM MTCHE
'+oHr. and County of New York, Notice is hereby given, pur-
R G R O Livpo Fare between New York ad Elizathtown, 37 T A 19 suant to the provisions of the statute authorizing at- HORACE SOUTHMAYD,
,., 1 .IO n.ROLERS ECO Liverpoons-B. myl lw. Executors.
A nt~~&r Westchester, Virgian, Sheffield, cents ; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick, 75 ctSt y e ENGAND-50 tons-B. Aug. 19 tachments against non-iesident debtors, that an attach- myl6 law6m
...d e. s.NNovN WA L. A Mit T Ne. Dec. 19p ment has issued against the estate of Soulet, Vignie TOTICE is hereby given to all persons having
SNEWARK ACCOMMODATION TRINS The ships mercantile fi doing business, in and res- IN claims against the estate of James T. Watson,
ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st., N. Y. From the foot of Courtlandt st., N. V., (daily) Sun- comfort in their cain accomnodations, or in their dent at, the City of NewOidleans, in the State of Louhat
& T, A &. SANDS & CO. Liverpool. day's excepted. fast sailing qualities, by any vessels ,i rde. dent atrth late of the City of New York, deceased, that they are
s foship Shakspeare, Iudependence, Roscoe Leave Newv York. Leave Newark. ft sl naes any Vel n e of hd isianra, and that the same will be sold for the payment rqired to exhibit the same with the vouchersthereof,
ethon A 9 o'clock, A. M. 71 o'clock, A. M heir debts, unless they appear and discharge such o t
-ege Woshingon. 0 A 9 \ 7 o acler and experience; and the strictest attention wil achment, according to aw, within nine monthssc at the Office oftheAdministratorofthesaid estate, No
"RINNELL,17 Broad street, in the city of Utica, on or before the
134 Front at., N. Y. 2 i P. ". 90 it alwayss be paid to promote the comfort and convent the first publication of this notice; and that the pay- te1h day of April, 1840.-Dated Sept. 30, 1839.
& C-3FOn. L o. 4 P. 10 "ence of passengers. Punctuaty as regards the days ment of any debts due to them by residents of this
WI S, PIOKERSILL & CO. Liverpool. 4 P.M. of sailing, willbe observed, as heretofore andt de to them or for their use, of anyWLLIAMS,
Anat for1hgshp ocius, Siddons, Sheridan, of salig wil be obered as heretofoArenstr.r
anem k the ships Recius, Siddons, Sheridan, 7 35 The price of passage outwards, is now fixed at $100, property within this State beloying to them, oand the s28 law1 m Administrator.
CO7N 5 f r which ample stores of every description will bepretywhitisSaeblnigotemadte
K, COLLINS & CO., 56 South at., N.Y. 12 8 provided with the ercetion of wine and luos transfer of any such property by them, are forbidden by T a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
WMX &JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool. 10 the ewci ,n r dYork, at the City of New York, on the fifteenth
LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. On Sundays, passengers for Newark will take the which will be furnished by the stewards if required Dated the fourteenth day of June, 1839.
'W Neither the captains or the owners of these ships W. teo J day of October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-
Now B runswick t rains from footof Liberty st., leaving will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packa- C rune-
through Nwark, at I P. M. and 10 P. M.
: ^ i^ > t., & atie B9uo'lo k, A.M.ains 4f P.mft Riertysrn being ps willlbe resp^nsibe fel5 an etr'pres ak' 'lcA .ad, P .Rtrig asgssn yteuls lrblso aigae jllaw9m Attorney for Attaching Creditor. =,Present--William T. MeCoun, Vice Chaneellor of

Fare between Jersey City athroughnd Newark, 37at I P.M. andcents, signed therefore. For freight or passage, apply to DURSUANT to an order of the Surrogate of the the First Circuit.
[,- ....ew-ork on-S the 25th, and a between Jershey Ctc y urdo Newark, 37at cents. GOODHUE & CO., 64 South st., or J- County of Kings, Notice is hereby given to all Stephen Stryker vs. Evert A Bancker, and Cornelia
t t a ew-r on me 2tn, a ,verpoo pasaeers whoa roure their tCkets at the Ticmket rC. H. MARSHALL, 38 Burling slip, N Y persons havi n claims against James H. Halsey, late his wife, Elbert Herring, and Samuel B. Barrel.
n tco13th of eachmonth. Offices, receive a Ferry Ticketgratis, besides prevent- ,and to BARING BROTHERS & CO., of the city of rooklyn, in the county of Kings, to pre- It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this
.'.".-"3n]'Vew 'ork. ing conifision arid dela" after crssin the rive........... an ....... BARNG BRTER" C.
....t. A. S IPalmer 25th, O ing and after rossing the river. o29 Liverpool sent the same with the vouchers thereof, to Eliza Hal- Court, that the defendant, Samuel B. Barrell, resides
8OAS'EOH S, O a t. SJ P ollir, 25th i t I- Tickets are received by the conductors only on FOR S E .xcele. f o t 40r sey, an executrix of the said deceased, at her residence, out of this State, but is a resident of one of the United
~%e s o B 9 uS;,l pt.Jon on2 Ne. the day when purchased. No 89 Sands street, in the city of Brooklyn, in the States, to wit: of the State of Massachusetts. On
"-ship STDDONS, Capt. N. B. Palmer, 25th Dec. The Town Tracks in the City of Newarkhave been ,.I acres, and genteel residence, at East Neck in the oKins on or before the 18th day of January motion of Abraham Crist, the solicitor for the com-
DA,-Au. F. Depeyster, 25th Jan. underlet, and passengers will be carried to and from town of Huntington, Long Island, very pleasant- t plant, it ordered that the sd Samuel B. Barrel
,$MhM LilvShe ly setuaped, directly upon toe wataer, in De neighbors i edl.
.F.- .. v M Oclt. the Deot to meet the arrival and departure of the ly situated, directly upon the water, the neighbor Dated Brooklyn, Kings County, July 8, 1839. cause his appearance to be entered in this cause, and
Shti DDOPO .lS, .13th Oct. trains for 6 cents each. hood of good Schools, Physicians, and Churches of ELIZA HALSEY, Executrix, notice thereof to be served on th complainant's solici-
ShpSEE.4At No various denomm itions A. good dwelling house, barns athsore
'- ShiSHER IAN,3th No .: IHr For freight trains, see advertisement. s28 various denominations. A good dwllig house, barns jy13 law6m J, CONDIT HALSEY, Executor. tor within four months from the date of this order.
'Ship GU EOK, lth Dec. "" A CAMDE.N AND AMNBOYV RAILROAD LINE and out buildings ; a very good landuig for manure, Yr de f h HnabrlM hallsoeffer Frt And in case of the appearance ofthesaid defendant,
L"ROWSUTS, 13th Jan. F *PI-1ILA DE LPH A. Fine Orchards in be=4ig, and a garden containing a Y Jorder of the Cort of commo Pleafort Citcomc
t re -a.. of the firstt claws, upwards of, very choice collection of, oses and other shrubbery. anJea le om r
100O :Alt-xin the city of New-York, with such m ha IN P u Suth' The furniture, crops, and farming tools may be had if and County of. New York, notice is hereby ted pin the c ian o to w or anse-
tw iAs Hmine great speed with unusual a applied for immediately, together with the stock, which suant to the provisions of the statute authorizing attach- ter soer a co oa ic bii wntin dfeaut the-
"jr ji... pers. Ev ,care has been taken -W. embraces some fine cows, sheep, andagreatva.ietyot ments against nou-resident debtors, that an attachment r of aaid bill, ani default thr-
E ca r se shs eesi- osaoide blel ma, be te a o a greatonfesse d A it ias f
t* .wt e te of their ommodations. sThe aDaily, (Sundays excepted,) at 72 o'clock, A. M. from very choice poultry. Communication with the city asssue aga eesaeo r arer, ther ordered that within twenty days the said corn


3i s 14,orwh ich a mpl e stores, eltphia, inh htBhteoetie T StatN.e3 ie tre, rtoTH MS of ti Sat Pennt-hmad het thearelatles tetydasbeor hetmeprsrie
.rice e for hi pe stores viero. 2. North River. twice a day by the L. I. Railroad or b steamboat via dent of the City of maepa, a in the atea of Penn '
&e.l e por Th ese shsn b I. N O'CLOCK LINE. pCold Spring.Y sylvania, and that the same will be, sold for the pa- play-ant cause, this order to be published. i the Sta:Ce
ter, Who Will o C Am The isfe fis and enuine sporting in the vi- ent of his debts, unless he appear and discharge such paperand a the New Yo. Amecan a wspa-
Ak so give g. saifcto. t pe --,,
mak. e 1 give general satisfac.tion.- boy, from thence to Bordentown., via Railroad, and cnitywth very great f sfor boatngand salng, attachment, according to law, within nine month fo p-e id inbth C iton aen Counteyrn f ewc, no e
.' =ieihett oSa oia-wers of these ships will be thetice in steamboat NEW PHILADELPHIA, rendergthe place very attra tive agenemanr- first publication of this notice a hepy datrisa attce in orit es
o' ....... '- S s are Or p Ckages sent and arrive in Philadelia ...' little after 2 o'clock, mer. mernt of any debts due to him by residents of this State, .an ap a t seasc inea eit ees
:..' ., y p> pa- g' .S.S I~. a and~f arrveafs,......... m,....5 Pcendeph. e htrle ,rnrt^ o o ca _e .a ,m an ...... .. .... a .... e against_:... v... the esaeofCal s usaecwle son, for thath asepaymeny of thts oderbt unes
tH Alar Bials of' lading are signed in ime, (except when e er ter n a and the delivery to him or for his use, of any property tieronl o th at hie oncahs a cfe thi ordt buelB
1110" in time, (except whe e IntA by IS et aordiary ir Applfo fdur^thernformaio bo^^ debMs, H.es hTapa n icagesc tah fti ntc adta ayeto n et u





:;.R'-% .0 ^^ ^ ^ E e oAwE^ C au8k or t pUcha8 lees to onner ivthuhelBitatreoneoWfTUhis, sqotNo.5eBradnsretthor ottheanpsucmproertyby.hmraeffobidensb laweandofany1,peasttwetyydysibforethe ime rescite
o r to we TUS, EH No. 13 Pine street, or t THOMAS within this State belonging to him, and the transfer of s orn th sai od S e
";" ] ?&Oo. ^hst.Nw o oYolock. W.aTUte'tR, Esq.,lo. 5 Broad street, or to the any s ucpropeyyare forbidden by law, and a ne aoide OOr h aerceoy
CAOW O & orto---- -: whi h la es at 200 o'cetk on th a r are voia. Dated the cigh thayofJuly, 1839. ..above for fspeac A ttci Copy,..
0. L.epoL are ._e p Yok, 3 u sre t tee -Pd 1e dens ..... t- a o 2- .t b5 N. BLOODGOOD W. TEMPLETON JOHNSON NSw0 HIRAM AL OTH l
,. '.wj- btpbrge "12j ret- r0or-ward Deck Passengerst ftuepa .-.2, 25 .2t .. .. -.
v80t. coolS per.. ouu,,me,, and newspapers To_ Treto -------------- ---$ o FOR. ALE.OW-Te.sperir... tor jy10 law~m Attorney for Attaching Creditor.: D Y order of the hon. Jacob Lansing, first Judge of
,:-. --."..,- .,. -. -- 1 Forward deck to Trenton-------------..$1 m: i .H,,,C oan LT N. w Fifth Avenue, being the DY) order the Honorabl William gi, .. 5 ueo h or Cmo lAssocin ate Al hrbay Common, pupsuan Co unselloro&so nsotte istue
W O"tA'N".To Prth ad SothRmby--------T----erEIh rsthousoabov 10tostret. Th.Lo........Juge.ofthe ourt'of Comon leasinradtforherey givnipusuanxto.te prvisios'ofthe satut
-- :'--. A f To Freehold and Monmout, via Stage from 100 The house 25 x 50u with an additional building he City and County of New York, notice is hereby puthorvisngattachments against no. adent debtors, o
" .-' "* ?- ^.& .%. S Hiitstown- -------- --- in-- ., lines,.. fri bathing room and water closets. The ceiling are given, pursuant to hel provisions of. he statute autho- thuoatn attachment has issued against the estate of
_--'./J l l ,Breakffast and dinner provided on board erv high. 'he parlor mantels are of statuary marble, tizing attachments trgethst non-resident debtors, that Francis.Quarles,. a noi-resident debtor, and that the
"': : fP' Bckft,. ........ ------ ----50 cents. wit Berlin iro ..r.ates. Possession can be had inm- an attachment has issued aginst the estate of Charles same will be sold for the payment of~n hi ebts unless
e....tpther.? ... ..... iier---------------50cet. m ei.... .. Th .. ...of .. ..(D Eat F.h~ Si ... areient of teState of Pennsylvania he appear and discharge such attachment according
"pti .O. Hiflr,. Oiit. 2. All Baggage at the risk2of0its owner-.. bum's,)2 a to be erected on thle adjoininglots, dwill and that te same will be sold for the payment of his taw, withn fne montt from the fis publication
,;- .*'. tllll Nov. 4th. e24 wil BIStes, Agent ad tothe valuneofsthe property. Anlv to debts, unless ne appear and discharge scnh attch "111'l of thi e; d tht e payme nt of anydebtsu
A. U l riw, Nov~ lOt." NEW YORK AND PHIlADELPHIA RAIL- J... GR EE RO, eiaPodn o awtini ot1rmh to. him by residents ofthis S tate, and the. delivery to
3 t/ E Fdrid~e, Dee 2d. ROAD -.NF -I]C au8 "27 MerchaAts' Ohn,, efirt, aulcctiong to w ithi n no i ne moandthsaro the hiymeta, or for his use, of. any property within tis State
"ath'way, "-'' '"" FOR-SAL -that valuable propertyt. of any debts due o him by residents ofthis Stat, and eo ngn ohm n h rn ro n uhpoet
.-- -w e 0hT1 ROUGH IN SIX BORS1 oim eno ieot andAL ... Hick steertY, Brook the delivery to him or for hisuse,of any propertywithi~n by him, are forbidden by law and arevoid. Dated the
: t ,~~ .-_ ... i cmro xreo anIUK ~e rO-this Statebelongingto him, and the transfer of any such 2d day of October. 1839.
.= -alight ........h. V, Near tYew Bnnskk .,i J yn, late the residence of Samuel Boyd, Esq., property, by him, are forbidden by law, and are void. W~OODRUFF & HAWLEY,
and c.mmanded byThe.ground is '6-feet in width, frontdand rear, Dated the 25th day of- July, 1839. .21 law9m Attorneys for Attaching Creditors.
t.l "e with e leman t y dcese." a street on the rear "of 20 feet, by 140 y5l~[] -~IRI & BETS DURSUANT to the Statute tii such case made and
ma.t, .:s. The price of mssage LeaaveNew York, front the foot Lf ert street, dag4, e~nde ... ).Yj21wmA toeso~tc ~e Ior Pro-vided, an-n p-ur-uance-ofan order of the


li Neither foot of Liberty street, where a cmmois Steam grates, and other mode improvements, being equal to the provisions of thetatute authoring attchm ents county, decease, to exmnit tne same wit me vouchers
S- .. boat will be in readiness to convey them to Jersey to any of the recently built houses of its size min New against non-resident debtors, that an attachment has hereof to the subscrbers, at their place of business,
.-.1-r.o.. lated vr- r Ciy, with baggage crates on board. York, and is in complete order-witha large brick sta- issued against the estate of Joseph W. Walker, anon- that is tosay: atthe office of % F. Grm, tourney
^ ; ...? r prt --ilhdelphia baggage goes through without being ble and coach house on the rear of the lots. Terms resident of th State of New York, and that the same and Counsellor-at-Law, No. 9 Nassau street, in the
A=" ,l---'is of la.ing-ert W"M eje by. ,the, way ,,, made favorable, and possesslo immediately. I.uI-,I/,,, ..o, hJ,,.. ,, City 01NwYro rbfretefrtdyo a
ll of ladi-r .nedbyteway made favorable, and ssess imme diately, will be sold fr the payment of his debts, unless he af City of New York,on or before the firtda ofMay
e' I.* in expressed. All Each tramin is provided with aLadies Car, in which Inquire of Dr. BOYD, corner of Remsen and Hen-pear and discharge such attachment, accordingto law, next-Dated New York, the 17th da of Otoe, 1839
: ll'^ ^ are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for their rystreets, Brooklyn, or of JNO. H. CORNELL, withinnine months from the first publication of this TIGHE AVEY
"rde dfree of,, use. -- Esq., Cashier of the Mechanic's Banking Association, notice; and that the payment of an debts due to him HUH... U'_SWEN as, .
.-v -Osge ap-ply to use. notice; and thttepyeto"aydbsdet i
~eurig the Lie e2l lev.tfldepi Executoso h at ilan etmn fPet
-. Returning, the Lines fl leave Phladelhia at 8 New York. je27 tf y residents of this State, and the delivery to him or Executors of the Last Will and Testament of he
Co. 5asoilPhstadelphiai
-' -. Sat ra evewai pe o'clock, A.M. and 5 P.M. s5 __ KI' ESTATE, BROADWAY.-The sub- for his use,.of any property within this State belong- Qu, deceased. 24 lawmo
'-.?'2-" --- of2 LONDON LINE OF PACKETS. r P! scriber offers for sale, by private contract, the ing to him, and the transfer of any such property by TN CHANCERY.-Before the Vice Chancellor of
-*"''"' r,[ l l OJ'PAOK f-S. oE!lentire Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bound- him, are forbidden bylaw, and are void.-Dated the 1 the First Circuit.
P- :'^ ^. .-... ."J,, '_z J a r 3 I B i ed by Broadway and Mercer street, Washington and 8th day of April, 1839. SMITH BARKER, At a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
S.:::,'.....'"'' ........., y a d Waverley places; being the most splendid site for pn- Attorney for Attaching Creditor. York, at the City Hall in the City of New York, on
To, sa.ail o the st, 10th and 2thof every ovaets dweUings, or for a church, inthe city. The ground ap8 law9m the eighth day of October, in the year one thousand
T.Lineof.acket-, will hereafter be composed is on the most elevated part of Broadway, and FAULT havin t hundred and thirty-nne-t
-"-..ff. s ive-pol in the fo. Lieof cke, wah freco oed ........ ,, T EFAULT having been made in the payment ofeigt ........... .. .. ...
..of the fol., lowing ships. which will succeed each other rue yinto 15 vu .the principal ani interest, secured by a certain r T. McCoun, vice Chancelor, First
aa4 Lverpol i thefol- the r in hichtheyd ~JIt will be sodin one 1acl or n ntret ec ed
-- 1' M '"-'. '. e:' v.~" ^ rk I vady in the order in which they are named sailing punc- t wL, 7 ots on Broadwa embrcin the whole Indenture of mortgage, bearing date the ninth day of Circuit, ,. .
S0 ... -W "i- v n t 25 o ally fr Now pork and, Portsmouth on ae Ist, July, 1835, executed by James T. Watson, late o the Peter Augustus Jay and. Peter W.RadliffExecu
*" lla?.Y7 DeeI S 20th 7 on, r 96 feet each; 4 Loft on Washington, and 5 do. City of New York, deceased, to The New York Life tonsof James Thomsn, deceased vs. Edmund Wilkes,
'-.- M'.i ? July 7 Apr. 25 27th of each month as follows:.on Wa placeo2 ofyI2fe Insurance and Trust Company, and recorded in the Henry J. Seaman Herman C.Adams, Richard Tay.
Ai 7 ept. 25 From N. York. From Londd. ice of the Register of the Cty and County of New ,
..... L -;E -eA 7 Jan. ~s Jan- 1~Feb.17 Feb. 20 In case of a sale in separate lots, a uniform style o fe g r tei of Honsep M echae, G ard W. Mrris, Eeuto
I ..... York, in Liber 190.,of Mortgages, page 1, the 11th day onSa
April7 May .s May 1 ST. JAM ES, .. J 7 Jun niprovementwillberequired, andstipulations agamstof July, 1835, 'on which morgagethereisnwclim mm R. Seaman, and Joseph L. Hewlett.
..m ,. ( ri 7 ay25 -J-BIL l..) 17Ot nuisances. The title is indisputable, and the terms -of Mo rtgages, o pag l ,'th I Ith aderayy fiai h aifcto ft
^. fept.7 Oct., -25 Sept. I S. Sebor. Oct. 17 Oct. 20 nuisances. The tie is indisputable, and te terms
"an.' "7 Oct'.25 ep a 20-" Mar. Mar. 1 will be accommodating. For further particulars, and ed to be due the sum of $15,000 of principal, Mwith in-aton
S May 7 June May20 GLADIATOR, July 7 July 10 aviewof the ply H tenestfrom December the lst, 1838. Court, that t-e defendants, Sarah M. D rayton, and
S May GLADIATOR, July- 7Jul a ta 29 Merchts'Exchange Notice is hereby given, that, by virtue of a power of Benjamin R.Seaman, reside outof this Statebutare
Oct 7 Nov 2.5 S t.20 Thos. Btton. Nov. 7 Nov 1 J. GREN PARSON, anoverS sale contained in said' mortgage, and pursuant to the resden s of the nted States, to wit: the former of
.eta.N. 7 Mar. 25 Fe. 10 Ma.7 Apr. I ... statute in such case made and provided, will besold the State ofPennsylvania, the ltter, of the State of
Jum.' 7 July June 10 WELLINGTON. July 27 Aug. 1 TO RENT.-The commodious Lofts and public auction, on the 25th day of February, 1840 ew Jersey. Onmotion of L. M. Rutherford ,
-glpe.-i ar4se,. and ablyb am Ot. 10 D. Chadwick. Nov.27 Dec. County Rooms of the ire proof brick store, at 1 o'clock, at the Sales Room of E. H. Ludlow & S. r o andn R.. ea
.K- .-'am forFeb 20 Apr. 7 Apr. 10 .L No. 35 Nassau street, between Liberty and Ce- No. 13 Broad street, in the City of New York, sala o aran fo ayton ant oenjamar R. seaman,
^^a,-New Yr --toLivep June20 QUEBEC. Aug. 7 Aug.10 dar streets. A by lyt the following describedpremises, viz.: All that certain cause their appearance to be entered and notice there-
w|d bedftg, a120 Oct. 20 F.H. Hebard, Dec. 7D ec.10 jel2tf C. iI. RUSSELL CO., 33 Pine st. lot, pieceor parcel of land, situate lying and being in of to be served on the complainantssolicitor, within
..." ...-Mar. 10 Apr. 27 May 1 ., DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCES IN the First Wird of the City of New York, and known four mot fro t e of this order; and in case
respo^ tl h ;sihle Juily 10 SAMSON. Aug.27 Sept. 1 *i|| BROOKLYN -TO LET, the two two story and distinguished as No. 8, (eight,) in State street, of ther apearance that they respectively cause their
eErl-p "aeSkage esSnless NOv. 10, RuWell Sturges. Dec.27 Jan. 1 ..1 Ldwellings, with. the basement .abeve ground, now bonded a follows, viz.: southerly in front by State : answer to the complainants' bill to be filed, and copies
.A lyto Apr. 1 May 17 May 20 finishing, in Sands street, between B ridge and Gold sts., street aforesaid, northerly in the rear by Pearl street, eofto be served on the complainants' solicitor
4 lS3,4- k Frrtst -Aug. 1I ONTARIO. -Sept.l7 Sept.20 (withinfive minutes walkofFultou Ferry.) Bothare easterlyby landnowor late of theestate of Moses within forty days after service ofcopis of said bill;
..' .. .w rDec. 1 ) Henry Huitleson. Jan. 7 Jan. 20 neatly finished, with marble manteh., and desirable for Rogers, and-westerly by land of the estate of Cary and default thereof said bi of complaint may be
NIO LINen Thes cohese 9y mere anl It of the turnerass abuor on 6al fn
._V40.U Ai yR]--N[ON LINE. These ships are aill of the first-lass, about 600 tons genteel tenants. Possession 1st November, or in Oc- Ludlow, being thirty-five feet seven inches in breadth taken as confessed by them. And it it is further or-
-e e.erlenea dared that within twenty days the sai cmplainants
l.'"-'i:.r .- burthen, and are commanded by able and experienced tober if wished. Apply to towards State street, and eleven feet eleven inches in dered I ...

---Hr naigators. Great care will be taken that the beds, s IOBERT 8PEIR, 9 Pine st. the rear on Pearl street cause this order to be published in the tate paper and
/ :i." stores, &c.., are of the best description. The price of in. the SAE TeI;aos3
ahadhI... a re of the best description. The price of acious 3 story House Dated New York, Jy 25h, 1839. m e New York American, and that the said pubica-
.- *uSSCal" apa 1stsh and 24th, n-o ......ag _ew a fixed at $h140, outward for each in .fee, on the .w t side o thet .:. B.- OBIN SON, Jr. ton be continued in each of the said papers at least
S, 'o adultuhic:lues wines and liquors. Neither Wthere h h aov w. -v t's jy26 law24w Aa attorney for the Mortgagees. once in each week for eight weeks in succession, or
..B f ,F.r Havre' ...tains : or the owners of these packets will be re venue, the b 100 a C. haig a D that they cause copies of this order to be personally
ff'4,e~~~on T he l.ot is 25 by 100, U uszJ l a w it a Uli ha in la m ag i s ]RD Se ve
.any letters, par cels orpakigessent- by m The lot s by 100. co OTICE-Aperso havglmsagnst ED- served on the saidarah M. Draytonand Benm R.
Ali-~sl~L yar seve on thet sai are salo donn tera TC& Alpr
J CE toff. MaTr. 16re bills of are si d therefore. of15 feet and there is a lot adj ing the rear WARD R .JONES, late o thiscty, deceased, Seaman, at least twenty days before the time above
'.'----. July 8- A ^o G EL MINTURA CO. wich can be obtained if wanted for a stable. It will are hereby notified to present the same for settlement prescribedfor their appearance. A Copy,
-... ^ s 4 Front s.t.,N Y. be sold on oaccommodating tern. Posssaon the first to Edward Jones, at his residence, No. 60 Broadway, o17 law8w HIRAM WALWORTH, Clerk
".* /.^ 1, -'FeA h N I RO.., P E of May next. AAply to J. tIRFEN PEARSON, on or before the tonth day of December next; and those an, hl f .t
SNEW YORK AND LIVEPOOL PACKETS. fel4 29 Mechs Exchage. indebted are requested to make payment forthwith at At C n ,el
X,D HOUSE WANTED Atsr
-"pr:l8 ?jwanted to rent,"near Broadway, or-higher .. Dated New 'Vonk:June 6, 1839. day of October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty
]... ." p 18- ". -. -] wantd witnt, convear nt ditaye of inher up- -, ,EHJONE, Executri.. rune. to "n, new- i or higher
,.**r:"^ (HaMit^ C' r ,-T -i^*''et^ RiT .^^.^^ ^,-^^ "* "- h sm 1.aMp JT York attectyo.Nw "k nth ee
..- .. with .. '_ es px d Of.. 3;n .ii E LIZABETHJ ON ES ... Esxecutrix.
10 I *lg. 1A .. .... IN ....... .. Jktow withiaconvenentdistance of somelme .....T... J ..... k.i~o v.,^ v .. r^ .^


AT a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York, at the City of New York, on the twenty
fourth day of September, one thousand eight hundreI
nd thirty-nine,
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of
lie First Circuit.
The American Life Insurance and Trust Company
vs. Alexander Robertson Rodgers, &c.
It appearing, by affidavit, to the satisfaction of this
Court, that Samuel E. Crocker, defendant in the above
entitled cause, is non-resident of this State, but a resi-
dent of the United States, to wit, of Massachusetts.
On motion of Mr. Beverly Robinson, of counsel for
the complainants, it is ordered that the said Samuel
E. Crocker cause his appearance to be entered and
notice thereof to be served on the complainants' soli-
citor within four months from the date of this order;
and in case of his appearance, that he cause his answer
to the complainants' bill to be filed, and a copy thereof
to be served on the complainants' solicitor within forty
days after service of a copy of said bill; and in default
thereof, said bill of complaint may be taken as con-
fessed by him. And it is further ordered, that within
twenty days the said complainants cause a copy of
this order to be published in the State paper, and in
the New York American, and that the said publication
be continued in each of the said papers at least once
in each week for eight weeks in succession, or that
they cause a copy of this order to be personally served
upon the said Samuel E. Crocker at least twenty days
before the time above prescribed for his appearance.
(Copy,) HIRAM WALWORTH, Clerk.
s25 law8w


NOTICE of application for the exemption of a debt.
or's person from imprisonment, pursuant to the
provisions of the fifth article of the first title of the fifth
ch 'ptor of the second part of the revised statutes.
Isaac A. Biggs, of the city of New York. Notice first
published 26th September, 1839. Creditors to appear
before the Hon.William Inglis, Associate Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas, for the City and County of
New York, at the City Hall of said city, on the 11th
day of December, 1839, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon
of that day. (A) s261aw low
BY order of the Honorable William Inglis, Associ
ate Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, for the
City and County of New York, Notice is hereby
given, pursuant to the provisions of the statute author-
izing attachments against non-resident debtors, that an
attachment has issued against the estate of Joseph
Hodse & Son, residents of Cleveland, in the State of
"Ohio, and that the same will be sold for the payment
of their debts, unless they appear and discharge such
attachment, according to law, within nine months
from the first publication of this notice; and that the
payment of any debts due to them by residents of this
State, and the delivery to them, or, for their use, of
any property within this State belonging to them, and
he transfer of any such property by them, are forbid-
den by law, and are void.
Dated the 28th day of September, 1839.
N. DANE ELLINGWOOD,
s30 law9m Attorney for Attaching Creditors.
N pursuance of an order of the Surrogate of the
County of New York, Notice is hereby given to
all persons having claims against Eve White, late of
he City of New York. widow, deceased, to present
the sane with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber,
at his residence, No. 1 Greenwich street, in the City
of New York, on or before the fifteenthday of April
next. Dated New York, the 28th day of September,
1839. ABRAHAM SCHERMERHORN,
o2 Iaw6m Executor.
AT a Court of Chancery, held for the State of
AINew York, at the City of Utica, on the 5th day
of October, 1839.
SPresent-Philo Gridley, Vice Chancellor of the Fifth
Circuit.
Charles E. Dudley vs. Bradford Seymour, and
others.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this
Court, that the defendants, Hannah Johnson, Elizabeth
H. Hartwell, William D. Hartwell, Harriet W. John-
son, Louisa Johnson, and Mary Jane Johnson, reside
out of this State, but are residents of the United
States, to wit: that the said Elizabeth H. Hartwell,
and Williami). Hartwell, are residents of the State of
Maine; and that the said Hannah Johnson, Harriet W.
Johnann. Lnuia .Inhnann. and Marvr Iane Thnsonn are


--':OAL ...... 0............. TL........ ........... ', it 'Court of Chancery held for he Sta~of New
residents of the State of Massachusetts. On motion A Y p"rk,, hacyo Re or te forew
of John H. Edmends, solicitor for the complainant, it a- of, atOthe c o New York. onte teeth
is ordered, that the said non-resident defendants cause o. October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty
their appearance to be entered, and notice thereof to rune. r enWil m -. oo, ic Ch.'ae.o '
be served on the complainant's solicitor within four rth sen r t -Circ -t. MCOu i orof
months from the date of this order ; and in case of Thma B o v" oh... c- k Tr... -.
their appearance that they cause their answer to the homas ._ck vs Acey, 9,i
complainant's bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be Alvor Justus B. Alvo, Mary S. row g and
served on the complainant's solicitor within forty days "o"he. "
after service of a copy of said bill; and in default It appearing upon proof by affidavit made., this
thereof said bill may be taken as confessed by thesaid cause, by Smith Barker Solicitor for the coanamt,
non-resident defendants. And it is further ordered, that Harniet S. Alvord, Justus B. Alvwd, ad..ry 8.
that within twenty days the said complainant cause frowng, defenantaa herein, red ut of taSate,
and are residents ofthe State of h4 W*-. on0
this order to be published in the State paperand in the andare resiens o the Stat ofj .v- _. on
"New York American," a paper published in the city reading UMfilin.g said affidavitan o moios of qmith
....Barker, Esquire, Solicitor for Qw" 4"'is or-
of New York, and that the said publication be contin- drer, Esquire, Solicitor for H tS ..O 44 8 or-7
ued in each of the said papers, at least once in each ded, that rthe Said Harriet S.,A,4vne Jastus B. Al-
week for eightweeks in succession, or that he cause a vor. ean e ary. Browning, caused her apet n.wce to,
copy of this order to be personally served on the said be entered herein, and notice thereo..to te served on
defendants, at least twenty days before the time above the complnants Solicitor, within f.r .raths
prescribed for their appearance. (Copy,) trom the -dake of this order; aad "ia case
J. WATSON WILLIAMS, Clerk. of their appearance, that they caus their an
John H. Edmonds, Solicitor, oil lw8w swer- -to the complainant's bill to be Ied, amd
a copy thereof to be served on the comnpaima's solici-
T a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New tor, wthin forty days after service of a copy of iaid
SYork, at the City of New York, on the tenth day bill;.and thatin default thereof, said bill of cont1laint
of October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty- betaken as confessed by them And it is further or-
nine- dered, that within twenty days from the date- of this
Present-Reuben H. Walworth, Chancellor. order, the said complainant cause this order to be pub-
-' James Lefferts vs. Willis Hall Henry Talmage, lsed in the State paper, and in the New Ywrk.uAm.
Cephas Morey, Daniel E. Hall, James Greeu, Da- rican, printed in this State, for eight weeks in mucce-
niel Price, The President. Directors and Company of sion, and once at est in each week, oe that th, ad
the Lockport Bank, The Chemung Canal Bank, The eomplainantdcause a copy of this order tio he served
Bank of Genesee, The Bank of Owego, Bates Cook, othsaid anet S. Alvrd, Justus B. Al Ld amd
Charles Hallock, Gilbert Bates, Don Alonzo Cushman, M ary S. Browning, personally, at least tweaqt days
Lawrence Messereau, Richard Mather, Heury Mather, before the time here befm-e prescribed for their ap
Lawrence Alien, Jesse Minott, Oliver Ely, Rufus peara ce .herein. A Coy.
Spalding administrator of' Orris Shepard, Martin o22 law8w HIRAM WALWOkl, (CJrk.
Hawley, George C. Hoyt, Edmund Lockwood, Philip "DY order of the Hoiraible Willifam tIiAso..
C. H. Brotherson, George Reynale, Isaac Dole, M tia J ..te Judge of tme Court of Coiioi n a ln
0. Coo, RenssalaerMcMaster, William G. McMaster, for the City andtunty-af New York, Notice iereb
Daniel Greenvault, Charles E. Keeler, JonathanHart, given, pursuantto the p.rovisims of the staUt astf
Stephen Baright, John Clapp, Oliver E. Hosmer, Peter izing atachmetsn t L enrtSS.
Ste he a.o ad Edet Vscmg attachments against non-resident detato thatan.
F. Livingston andaEldertischer. atachment has issued .against the aste of F% tiek
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Booher a resident of the State5. o --s't, 3id --
Court, that process of subpmna to appear and answer the same will tie sold fo thfe p ntofl iSkia,
has been issued out of and under the seal of this Court, les.apewrb sadis p'hrep syenhi.es
directed to the said WilUls Hall, and other defendants ing to law, within nine months from ir tpli.-
in this cause, and that the defendant,, Cephas Morley, ion of this notice; and ,bt the paymnt a(.. do*.
Edmund Lockwood, and George C. Hoyt, reside. out due to him by residents of"this.Sta.w sAd jv
of this State, to wit: that said Cephas Morey resides to him orbforbis use, of &4ipro perty, wi, .Si te
at Union, in the State of Pennsylvania, and that said belonging to him and the tranfero ? m K .fh g.t.
Edmnund Lockwood and George C. Hoyt. reside at by hi- are.&rbidden. by law, W am 4
Stamford, in the State of Connecticut. On reading Dated the I" day of O tober ,1.
and filing such affidavit, and on motion of A. 0. Mil ROBERT .1 J. Z t
lard, of counsel for complainant, it is ordered, that the .19 law9m (A) Attorney fori "'* i C-' .-"
said Cephas Morey, Edmund Lockwood, and Gedrge ""7
C. Hoyt, cause their appearance to be entered and OTICE of alicati fort thediaebM p an W
notice thereof to be servedoat the complainant's solici- ,N solvent fromb his debt prm So tjant j
tor within _iia.r ntha _rm *iA Antp Nhbw "A of the third article of the fim &ids a ieAaLtlt_


S NOTICES- "
AT a Court of Chaicery hld for the8tat ,of N*
SYork, at the City of X#w York, on the twenty-
fourth day of September, one thousand eight hundred
and thirty-nine;
Preasent-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of
the First Circuit.
SThe American Insurance Company of New York,
vs. James Jarvis, and others.-It appearingby affidavits
to the satisfaction of this Court, that Thomas S. Hus-
ted and John A.: Scofield, two of the defendants in the
above entitled cause, are non-residents of this State,
but are residents of one of the United States, to wit,
of the State of Connecticut, on motion of Mr. Beverly
Robinson, of counsel for the complainants, it is ordered
that the said Thomas S. Husted and John A. Scofield,
cause their appearance to be entered, and notice there-
of to be served on the complainants' solicitor within
four months from the date of this order, and in case of
their appearance, that he or they cause his or their an-
swer cr answers to the complainants' bill to be filed,
and a copy or copies thereof to be served on the com-
plainants' solicitor within forty days after service of a
copy of said bill; and in default thereof, said bill of
complaint may be taken as confessed by them. And
it is further ordered, that within twenty days the said
complainants cause this order to be published in the
State paper and in the New York American, and that
the said publication be continued in each of the said pa-
pers at least once in each week for eight weeks in
succession; or that they cause a copy of this order to
be personally served upon the said Thomas S. Hus-
ted and John A. Scofield, at least twenty days before
the time above prescribed for their appearance.
Copy, HIRAM WALWORTH, Clerk.
s25 law8w


- I) At; -M0 4, VyP _-

tinues to be ocnsjule saam "'Da..
Strangers are reqpefully appledthatDr. HORN E
was bred the Meduol P in the city of Lon-
don, and has beena practical member of mud FaeaIty
of Physic 42 years for thp last 32 in the city of New
York. His practice from being formerly genero, he
has long confined to a particular branch of Medicine,
which engages hi. profound attention, v- s-Lqeu V.-
neria Scorbutus,' Scrofula, lephktiasis, d, in
short, all diseases arisig from a vitiated state of the
blood. His experiencA is very great. His success as-
tonishing. In ,many thousand- of cases committed to
his care, of all grades and every degree of malignaay,
he has speedily restored his patients to health and a
sound constitution. ;
He cautions the unfortunate against the abuse o
mercury. Thousands are annually mercudalised out
of life. See that your case is eradicated, ot patched
up. The learned Dr. Buchan emphaticaly observes-
"Married persons, and persons about, to & married,
should be particularly cautious of thos' actionss .
What a dreadful inheritance to transmit to pmUteity.
Persons afflicted with protracted and deplore cases
need not despair of a complete recovery, by-appyring
to Dr. Home. Recent affections, when local, are,
without mercury, extinguished in a few day. W7hat
grieves the Dr. is, that many afslioed, instead of taking
his salutary advice, have recourse to advised nostrms,.
where there is no responsibility, and theo'o unefers
unknwn; by such means, throwing awaytheir mmey,
(where they vainly hope to save) and ruin for ver
heir constitution.
Persons who may have contracted disease, orx rfts
pect latent poison, are invited to make applction to
r. HORNE,.at his Establishment, No. 204 Fulton
street, between Greenwich street and Broadway. A
residence of thirty-two years-in New-York city has
radically established Dr. IHomne's character:for sterling
honor; and based on real respectability and skill. Dri
Home offers to his patrons a sure guarantee .
Offices for separate consultations. Patients &m
never come in contact.
Attendance until half past 0 in the evening. -
No Letters taken in unless post paid. All city let
ters must be handed in.
JE7" Stul torumn incurata puwer maltlus udcera et
-Horace's 16th Epistie.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Home desires to benefit the
public, it is proper he should continue his advertise-
ment for the good of strangers, asit is well known people
are extremely shy in speaking of cases of a delicate
nature, even where a physician is pro-eminently sue]
eessful. j14
R. HULL, 4 Vesey street, Astor House--TO
THE LADIES.-Dr HULL has very recently
published a small treatise on the application and uses
of the Utero-Abdominal Supporter. Thispamphletae
companies each Supporter sold by Dr Hull, It oon
tains instructions for selecting, fitting and wearingthe
instrument, by aid of which any patient can fit-herself
without assistance. Information ofthenocesary kind
is given to enable ladies to judge whether the Supporter
is likely to prove useful in given instances of elmale
maladies.
The pamphlet also contains the report o the Medica
Society of the State of New York, and the opinions ot
many distinguished Physicians in Europe and Ameri
ca, in favor of the Supporter.
Ladies calling at Dr Hull's office for advice repect-
ing his apparatus, receive a pamphlet gratis. A Aoem-
petent Surgeon of much experience is it Cnstgan sat-
tendance at Dr Hull's office, 4 Vesey, street, Ater
House.
Ladies' hours from 12 till half-past 2 o'clock. 16
R. AMOS G. HULL'S "NEW RADICAL
CURE TRUSS." Office 4 Vesey street, Astor
Building-Under the supervision of an experienued
Surgeon, who attends personally to each case, oeplini
ing all other practice.
Also, the UTERO-ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER,
sanctioned by the Medical Society of theState of-New
York, and Guy's Hospital, London.
Dr Hull's apparatus are patronized by the medical
rofession with very few exceptions throughout the
uMnited States and Europe. '
The Supporter is patented in this coflttry, England
and France : the patent in this country -has recently
been re-issued in an amended form.
AMOS G. HULL, 4 Vesey street,;
s16 A tor House.
AT a Court of Chancery, held tor the Stteof New
York, at the City of New York, on the fer-&
teenth day of October, one thousand eight hundred eqd
thirty-nine-
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chanceior or
the First Circuit.,
Edward Slosson vs -Charles Minoto, Jacob Bran-
tingham and wife, and others. '
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this
Court, that the defendants, Jacob Branting im, "and
Cornelia his wife, reside out of Tfhis State, butar,'B-
sidents of one of the United States, to wit. of New
Brunswick, of the State of New Jersey. On mo6tion
of R. B. Bates, Esquire, solicitor, and of ounsel for
the complainant, it is ordered that the said Jascq
Brantingham and Cornelia hiswife. do cause their alU
pearance to be enterej.and notice thereof to be asrveT
on the complainant's solicitor within four months from
the date of this onler; and in case ateir appuaranM
that they sause thlk.aoswer to complainant's Bill to he
filed, and a copy thereof to be served oB the oi.plaia.
ant's solicitor within forty days after serviceof a #ap
of.aaid i1, and ia default thereoa said bill ofoem-
plaint may be taken a confessed by them. And it .
further ordered, that within twenty days the sad coma-
plainant cause this o!ur to be published ia the State
paper and in the New York American, and that the
said pers at least once in each week for eight weeks in-.
eiucceasion,or that he cause acopy of this order to be
personally.served on the said Jacob Brantinghsla asd
wife, at least twenty days before the time above pre-
scribed for their appearance. .A Cepy,
o18 law8w HIRAM WALWORTH, Clerk.