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SVE-MBJR 15, 1889.
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SUIt Xs 0* 91ri X $ -OL :'t -1.i TOI,ea : 1R
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STZW &S-DdvyP4,*r, 110 pe ranumw,payabf seW,
1FtWfUy, 7%w u(dO IPfMwy, $4, payable in ad
iaee 5 uwaivaaul charged when the Sei.
ait wMpd i first S'I nths.
w~ltFy Tl rThwadrg and Satlrday, t .,
Tern. for adwtisiag in Daily Pape. ;
H.AU PbQUARE, ,DAILY--8 lis or 1e* o -JFirq
diuis, Go cents ; Miwd and third iroinesi each
'.- t6 omd s; and 18 3-4 cent foe wery subseqawnt eru
iQfARE, DAILY--I6 liies, or ow 8 and less t*ik
W-Firwt inAswni1, 7S cents; second an" third msar-
fim Ghch 25 csnts; and 18 4 centsfor every N bse-
AbVER TJOr MRKNTS .aptm Skc inside are ciaarg-
ed asn tditiOaaNl ore.
ADVERe TS resa s New aiyh the umer of.
I efor wioeri ofs a : oNT it n XD, wei b neinsrted
sIeChar ed moildWred uO.
YeAROL ADVe JR ZASeERSpar taJdh4wO-
wih tat the raper, s2,per nm n: not;, howver,ijIfrt
tnuelwiodwift *' -* ;i
1H IHOBOKEN LAND AND IMPROVE-
MENT COMPANY, organized jp4er an act of the
ILegilature of the Stabq of New Jersey, having pur- -
chaiidJo e whole of the Hoboken esate belonging to
the begb of the late Col. John gtevens, together with'
the Steatc Ferry-boats, riBt ot. Ferriae, &c. with
the city of New York, 'ill sdon dispose of lots at
private role, and invit the attentionn of those desirous
of obtaining eligible uite fot building, to an examina-
tion of these groundse
'The village of sifbk.n, as a convenient, pleasant
a. nd healthy plaee of resideaee, prtesnts advantages,
it is believed, unrivalled by any, other place in 4he vi-
cinity of New York. Through the mediumAothe seve-
rdl lines of Fery-boet beloging to the Company, a
erxunicationias afforded wit'h the city at three dif-
f "mt points, iVa: Barclay street, Cafi'Ra street, and
Christepher trees f
A %an- indue eet te' to those desirous of availing,
: thamselesof thEddtrntages of a residence injHobo-"
ken, the moat liberal terms will be made, both in th.
salefi .ots an -i B-heaee otftheferries&
Almide frimmt jtalue as I-j=ce of residence from
it a narness to the city, it must .be obvious that the
position of Hobokeis.nsuch, from the extent of coun-
x lying'o the west and north of itand the imprtve-,
inenta whichIar e in m.peraton, or contemplated, hayring
a tendency to'direct business, to it, that investments
"withMn itlimiit eannhot he otherwise than safe and pro-
BOARDING SCHOOL FOL,'YOUNG OEN-
A.TLEHEN -Madis l -Ml- near Morristowa, N.
C A. CHAULET respectfully informs the public and
kis friends, -_hat he will re-open his School for thewin-
tar tranm on the 1st of November.
A spacious additional building will enable Mr. C.
* o receive a large lumber ofpupils.
Cards towe had at Messrs. Bernard & Mondonhs,36,
Mr. Roe Lockwood's, 411 Broadway. o16 lm*
p TROY EPISC9PAL INSTITUTE.
"i.JLH, Iastititioa was incorporated at the last Ses-
sion of the State Legislature, and is now placed upon
a mort Satisfactory and more permanent footing. :
The Biard of.IntrctionitMll and efficient. '~very
department is adequately iipplied thoroughly ti4 an-
swer its appropriate. nd -
The character'of the Trustees and Officers is such
as to inspire confidence andd meritpatronage.
By the arrangements for the' ensuing Term, the
Principal, the Rev. W. F. WALKER, will give to the
School his constant superintendence. ,
"Much has hitherto been sacrificed to bring this In-
stitution to its present State, and secure the facilities
it nawoffews for imparting -a thoroughand Christian
,.duatwo.n, which it is hoped a Christian public will so
appreciate as to extend a continuance and increase of
its patronage. "
New and anple provision has been made for thor,
oughly warming the rooms, both public and private, so
asato render them perfectly comfortable in ihe oldest
weather.' Those interested are invited to call and
look at the various apartments,; in the course of the
next week, .previous to the opening.
The next, or' Fall Term, will commence on Friday,
Nov. 1st.' The Teachers will then all be at their
p.sts-and the School be organized at 0 o'clock, A. M.
It is very desirable that pupils should be presentPj6"
iually at the opening.
Charges, as heretofore.
Applications for the admission of pupils may be made
to the Principal, the Rev. W. F. WALKER, person-
ally orthrough the post office,or to JOHN W. MITVH-
ELL, .Esq., NewYork.
:Troy'yOct. 22, 1839. o25
T1 HE STUDY OF BOOK-KEEPING, 88 Cedar
street, near Broadway.-C. C. MARSH, Accounti
ant, continues to give Practical Lessons in this most
necessary branch of a mercantile education. Also, to
open, close or adjust accounts, and to write.up books.
The course of instruction through which the phpil
passes is thoroughly practical; and the person of good
capacity who devotes about three weeks to the study
will be qualified to keep correctly and elegantly the ac-
counts of any business.
The student practically opens, conducts, closes and
re-opens a set of partnership accounts ; has brought be-
W ING & PEEKS* CLASSICAL AND ENG:
LISH SCHOOL, 639 Broaiway, (between
Houston and Bleecker sts.)will be re-opened dn Mon.
day, Sept. 2d. au2T7 tf
A STORtA FEMALE INSTITUTE.-The ARc-
L. torof 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 givento the Board of
Instruction, by the addition of a Professor of Arithme-
tic, Algebra, and other branches of Mathematics,
and by' the establishment of: courses of lecturer on
Chemistry, Astronomy, and General History, accom-
panied with the requisite experiments and illustra-
Classes in Callisthenics and the elegant recreations
have been formed, to be conducted under thefsuperin-
dence of an accomplished instructress.
Arrangements are in progress to furnishthorough
instruction in Sacred Music, in connection with the
- -Applications tobe addressed to' Rev. J.W. BROWN,
Astoria, 'L. '
Astoria; Nov. 8, 1M39. 9
"IV OODLAWN CLASSICAL AND COMMER-
'V CIAL BOARDING SCHOOL, 51st street,
10th Avenue, on the Hudson River; (3 miles from the.
City HalL)-JNO. W. S. HOWS, Principal. ;
'This: Institution is exclusively a Boarding School
for young gentlemen. 'The number being limited to
thirty, enables the Principal to combine'in his system'
eyery advantage of education, with a truly parental
attention to the comforts, manners, and morals of the
Pupils entrusted to his care
Circumstances' have drawn the attention of, the
principal toa mode of tuition, which is intended -to
thoroughly ground the pupil in the elementary branches
of solid practical learning, by adapting the" studies to
the particular capacities of the children, and only per-
mitting them.to advance, as their capabilities are de-
veloped for the higher departments of learning taught
in the School, which comprise a thorough classical and
English education, necessary to prepare the student
for college or mercantile life.
The. situation of the School is perfectly healthy, and
combines, every advantage requisite for such an estab-
References to parents'of children in the Institution
may be obtained by application to the Principal at' the
School, or by letter, addressed to the care of A. K.
BERTRON, Bookseller, 469 Broadway. Terms for
Board and Tuition, $200 per annum, for boys under
fourteen; beyond that age, $250 per annum; payments
quarterly in advance. French, Spanish, Music, and
Dancing are extra charges.
New York. 16thl Oct.. 1839. o17 6m Iwi
fitable. 7", fore him note than a hundreddifferent businesstrans- ,TO MINISTERS,. THEOLOIICAL. STU-
Further paiticulara in relation to the conditions and actions, each of which is a subject of remark, oonver- I ,DENTS, &c.-Standard and Valuable English
Stermsof rale will be given in a future notice. station and study; he becomes familiar with the vtri- Works, recently received and for sale by D. APPLE-
Ofice of tefHobahen Laid andlmprovemnent Corn- ous account books from actual use or reference, with TON & CO., at their European and American Book-
Pay, Oct. 1839. .-! E. F. JOH NSON,: trial balances, balance sheets, various Mercantile cal- store, 200 Broadway.
Sf .. President. culations in Equation of Payments, Discount, and In- Claude's Essay on the Composition of a Sermon;
0.4 _f _"s a *' s '.. terest; Exchange, Insurance, &c, &c. with notes and illustrations, together with one hundred
OaWS B AS.aM 0. C. MARSH'S WORKS, Sketches of Sermons, by Rev. Charles Simeon, M.
W" INSLOW' BALSAM (Introduced in N. Y. P. Schools.) A., 1 vol. 12mo., (a most valuable work for the theolo-
o-. "The Science of Double Entry Book-keeping Sim- gical student.)
-T '( TT D.I ~ pglified." A standard work, eighth edition, .200 pages Sketches of Four Hundred Sermons,' Preached in
o lL- .i 8vo.-- 1,.25. various parts of the United Kingdom, furnished' by
o e rd at the West, isfor salp ..y Dr4ggs "The Art of Single Entry Book-keeping, Improved their respective.authors, 4 vols. 12mo.
.raaya4aal street, and B*wery. a.u ,. by the Introduction of the Proof of Balance ;" 130,pa. Treatise on the Church of Christ, by the Rev. Wil-
C JRB OR BRONCHITIS, CROUfP -AND 8vo,-75c. liam Palmer, A. M., author of Orgies Litugicae, &c.;
HOOP1NG COUGIH.-Dr. Bow's Liniment is "& ALecture -on the Study of Book-keeping, with new and improved edition, with Supplements, &c., 2
an anfailing' and speedy remedy for the frrmidible 'Balance' Sheet." A neat pamphlet, 48 pa. 12mo. ; vols. 8vo.
diseases above enumerated. The inventor is of Ed] price 18 cents. s14 6m Introduction to the Critical Study of Ecclesiastical
inburh, graduate of that Uni#ersity, and an eminent FLUSHING THistory, attempted on account of the Progress, and a
eoin physician at Alnwick; in :Northumberland. FLUSN INSTITUTE, FOR THE EDUCA short.otice of the Sources of the History of the
Besides huadreds:of cases witnessed in his ownprivate TION OF YOUNG LADIES. Church. by John S. Doling, M. A.
pand in extensive Inf inwpractien hic, hchbe'Li- T RV. F. SCHROEDE, D. D, Rectr. $ Selections from Hookr's Ecclesiastical Polity, il-
net ha nt on ed of its efficacy. Dr o ow HIS SEMINARY, which was opened on the lustratire of the Church Liturgy and English Prayer
Sa probatory es from highly istnguist da f offs m y pculr antags Bok, with a Preface,Ar., by the Rev. eble, Pro.
us in ?a. t Britain and AeIterii ca auonl teh'for establishing the health, maturing the moral and in- fessor of Poetry, in the University of Oxford, 1 beauti-
-umolete success of this iWstimable medicine. obe tctl dscln, and promoting the et h fully printed 186 vol. '
h with rinted ai-cti- fo-- r using it, at MORRI- ess nd ermal wethfae of such youngladies as may Sir Peter King's Enquiry into the Constitution,
e re, Broaday, a be admitted member of the Institute, In all its plan Discipli, Unit. F of
s- ., .? r~sS~hrie, i ,,drai- l #1ifrenece h a tenhnbadlto, she-experllaoe o ,cr c new adito onof .y u
eNW o Ve dl~2~eJm the beat Schools ino n
o2O the best sohooa l iurope andour own country. Ia Bishop Jewel's Apoloy of the Church of England,
DRU RE OF CN MPION. charges for board and tuition are moderate; and no with notes, &c,, Leife of the ithor, i vol. 88mo.
RF CRE OF CONSUMPTION will be spared to render it, in all respects, what aD.a *h COr ,ba to .u t th o ahnd
SV -Although- Dr.!Taylor'.sBalsam f Iiverwor the most affectionate and solicitous parent or guardian toe Bublic gen eally, that other stock of, English Books
w fm.ad hmdreds of advowaes, atd.as produed so .can desire. An earnest wenish t afordA own gn, is now more complete and extensive, than any to be
hIga number 4 texti Waiim ol "in favor, .I manot. ter the best opportunities to cultivate their minds and found in this country, particularly in the various de-
wtf tWMmy Sml meedofpraise., BeiJgp~e d f ch _.Ikr_, r a pledge to those who may partments of Theological Literature, in which it will
to coisumption, both from peculiar formation and their childrennd e- nfiethCr hidc arid to the Eastr of this b fond to comprise almost ev leading work on
reditAy -trrsamia$ion', I triedevery means to check Institute, that these also will partake of every benefit, that subject, and it is continually receiving additions
this disease and strengthen a naturally weak constitu- that his observation and experience may enable him to of all the recent English publications. n8
tion. Ispent two years at Pisa, one in Rome, two in Irovide. .
Flerence,and anothein the South of France, seeking, I THE BUILDINOsAND GROUNDs arethe samethatwere SPLENDID AND USEFUL CHRISTMAS
mamtime, the advice of the best physicians. Two occupied by the Seminary of the Rev. Dr. Muhlenberg, A AND NEW YEAR'S PRESENT-C F
years since I returned to this country, in about the ;until the time of his removalto St. Paul's College, two HAUSMAN & CO. will publish in time forthe Christ-
same situation .as when I left. I had seen in the read-, miles distant. The buildings are very spacious, and mas Holidays, the complete volume of OUR GLOBE
ing rooms in Europe, much sald in favor of Dr. Tay- admirably adapted to the purposes of the Institute; and ILLUSTRATED. This work consists of beautiful
lor's Balsam of Liverwort, and as soon as I arrived in' the grounds, comprising six acres of land, are beauti- views in all parts of the World, elegantly engraved on
this city I used it, and in three months I was so well I fully situated, within the limits of the town of Flush- steel, with explanatory letter press, The Engravings
concluded I could pass the winter here safely, and did ing, seven miles from the city of New York. are one hundred and five in number, and about four
so. Iharveused an occasional bottle now and then du- i PR rEssoRs, GOVERNESSES, AND TEACHERS well ages of description to each. The whole making a
rng the time, but am now in as good health as is pos- qualifiedand experienced,are engaged inthe several de- arge quorto volume, will be splendidly bound in Mo-
sile. My coug ha wholly ceased, and my lungs apartments ofinstruction. Thepresiding Governess, the rocco, with Gilt leaves. Price Ten dollars.
have every feeling of health. Dr. G. Smith, and Dr. French Governess, and the other Instructresses, re- Orders from Booksellers should be forwarded with-
Post of this .city were my physicians, and now say side in the building, land are with the pupils at all out delay. Address E. LITTELL & CO.,
they did believe me incurable. hours. 279 Chesnut street, Philadelhia.
S S. PuouCT, Western Hotel, Courtlandt st. THE TERMSfor board and tuition, are a hundred and Plates in thefirst Volume.-Title page, Villeneuve
SBeware of frauds-the genuine is sold at the Bow- fifty dollars for each session of twenty-one weeks, on the Lake of Geneva ; The Forum, at Rome ; Con-
eiy Medicine Store, 260 Bowery, by payable in advance. All the extra charges, for music stantinople; The Falls of Niagara; The Bank of
n13' N. W. BADEAU, Agent. and other elegant accomplishments, will be moderate. England; Cordova in Spain, with a view of the Pa-
-l '. TUCKER, M. D., & J. Hf. 08''EK, M I For further particulars see the "Circular" of the Insti laces and Dungeons of the Inquisition ; Naples and
E .D, DENTISTS, No. 3 Park Place. tute,blished in theCHURCH N; or address, byail, Mount Vesuvius ; The Pyramids of Gizeh, Egypt;
-pr, Tucker is ha pyv to acquaint his friends and the Rev. Dr. SCHROEDER, Nw York. All letters The Cathedral of Durham, England; Palmyra, or
truns, ththe has fr ed .o-artnership with Dr. for him are to be directed to Flusing, Long Island, the City of Columns, in the Syrian Desert ; astles
ater of Borin, who completed his professional stur N. Y. of Liebenstein and Sterafels, on the Rhine; Mainz,
dies (at the sametie with himself)O under the able and 7 A steamboat plies between New York and in Germany, on the Rhine; Yale College and State
efientinstructon oHawood & Tucker, of Bos- Fushitwce d leaving the foot of Ful House, New Haven Brieg in Switzerland ; Natural
tn. Havin'-determined upon making the cit'f New street, 3 Y. every mornmg and evening, and coaches Bridge in Virginia ; Ruins of Thebes, in Egypt;
York ther plaeof permanent residence, they nowrun twice a day from No 21 Peck slip, New York, Windermere Iake, England; Castle of Trostberg in
respectfully tendertheirbest services to thsee who ay and stopat theost Office inWilliamsburg fivemin- the German Alps Castle ofK lumm,in the valley of
wirshto consult them, and hope by a strict attention to utes erry-boats are continually passing between the Inn ; Delphi, in Greece ; Rouen, in France; Suli,
business to meritacontinuance of thatpatronge which Grand street and Williamsburg, both by day and in in Greece ; The Sibyl, Temple near Tivoli ; Ruined
Dr. T. feels grateful for having hitherto receive. the evening. o9 tf Temples on the Island of Phylae; Capitol at Wash
New York, October let, 183o. te FLUSHING INSTITUTE. ington; Imperial Gardens at Nankin, in China
Doctors Tucker & Foster beg leave to present the PARENTS AND GUARDIANS who prefer alace of the Doge, at Venice ; Syracuse, in Sicily ;
D.Tret, in the Tyrol ; Brnges, in Faers ie
following TestmoMBALL a in decided r.u rei- paying at once a STIPULATED SUM for ALr. expenses, Fr nce ; Smyrl in Turkey ln. anders ; hDieppe,
KDR. Hghavin decided u pon-achages of epver description, the i iouut f fne asion ain abrou 'l' r oueluoG
quishing the practice of his profession, and being about is $160 per term, for the Preparatory course of English ofGeneva; Wurzbur&, in Germany; Falls of Veliehno,
to leave New-York begs leave to present to his friends and French studies; for the higher English Course in Italy; Nurcmnrg, in Germany ; University of Vir-
his sincere acknowledgeets for tha confidence in with music onthe piano, organ itar r har an ginia ; Bonn, in Germany; Giant's Causeway, in Ire-
his prof*ibinal skill whichh has been manieed with Ornamenal Needlework, or racing andPaint- land; Gibraltar, in Spain ; Madrid, in Spain ; Tiri, in
the extensive and highly respectable practice with ing, $210, for the French and English Course, with Hindostan ;Thun, on the Lake of Thun; Biel Valley,
which he has been honored dung his residence thsae, 230; and for the Classical Course, with in Saxony; Convent of St. Anthony; Ithaca, in
New-York. to know that there are Music and Modern Languages and Literature, $2 0 Greece ; Church of the Holy Sepulchre ; Fair-
And while he is mst happy In al cases, were preferred by parents andguardians, mount Bridge, Philadelphia; Benares, in India; In-
in thecity a number of gentlemen of deseredty hg the pupil n enteingthe Institute will be provided with terlachen, in Switzerland; Drachenfels, on the Rhine;
r putation, and to whom he would with the greatest the necessary outfit of bed and bedding, towel, nap- Carrick a Rl de, in Ireland; Glyaotheca, &c. at Mu-
conence refer his friends-yet he would take this then, eig cessa outfitofnbda nd fr $ding, this arranap nich; Honfleur, in France; Negroponte, in Greece;
opotuit to recommendto their patronage and con- kins, ring, fork, spoons, &c., for0. By this arrange Chillon, Lake of Geneva; Corfu, in Greece; Sta. Ma-
tdence Dfit.-. E TUCKER, and DR. J. H. FOS- meant, there will be no bills of extras, and no expense a at Venice; Castle Landeck, in Switzerland; The
We e Dt a in additio'to the s4tipulated sum. HagueiHo;iasdleidelher in Ca izeruins;fTye
TER, wh o o have come to this city atthe solicitation New York, Oct. 9,1839. HaCue, Holiand; Heidelberlg; Cadiz; Ruins of Tyre;
of Dr. Kimball, and to rhom he would refer his for- F. SCHOEDER. Coburg, in Germany; Pisa, in Italy; Campo Santo, in
niei patients in the belief that they will fully sustain 9Pisa, taly; owlutabad, in India; Quebec, in Ameri-
the high character they have elsewhere attained as CORPORATION BONDS, Stocks, Shares, and ca; Coblentz, and Ehrenbreitstein; Madras, in India;
effi ent and faithful operators. Drs. Tucker & Fos- h all kinds of Securities, Sovereigns, Bank of Eng Care Town, in Africa; La Valetta, in Malta; Furs-
teo manufacture the same kind of Mineral Teeth land Notes, bought and sold, at ten erg, in Germany; Hermkutschen; The Royal Pa.
which hava been exclusively used by Dr. Kimball, S. J. SYLVESTER'S,1 30 Broadway, lace in Madrid; Edinburg; Peterwardcin on the Da-
mad which for'strength, durability, and close imitation n9 and 22 Wall street. nube; Nikolskoi Cathedral; Cathedral in Antwerp;
of natural teeth, are unsurpassed. 0 THE PUBLIC.-Remittances to any part of Bridge of St Angelo, Rome; The Jungfrau, Alps;
New York, Oct. 1st, 1839. 1 England, Ireland, and Scotland.-SYLVEsTER Krelien, in Moscow; Elephanta in India; Salamis;
Testimonial from Dectors Harwood & Tucker, of & CO., 156 Broadway, respectfully acquaint the pub. Havre; Cintra near Lisbon; The Danube; Sevilla in
Boston. ', lie throughout the United States and Canadas, that Spai; Burg Stolzenfels; Falls of Niagara, 2d view;
We have perused the above recommendation ofDr such arrangements are effected throughClitumnus Temple, Italy; Temples of Ellora, India;
E. O). Tucker r J. H. Foster, and do most cheerful such arrangements are effected through their Bankers
Tucker & J. H Foster, and do mostcheerof our in E asd, as to enable them to give Drafts and Let- Mout Zion; Edinburgh Castle; Tempe, in Greece;
liconfirm the very handsome testimonial of our ters of Credit, payable-ig any part of England, Ireland Dublin; Alexander Column, St Petersburg; Hurduc-
S Dr. Kimbaanl dm&lwos or Scotland, n any sums required, from 5 andup- war in India; The Wareburgh, Germany; Burgos in
I a lawo. Snain: Lisbon: The PaRtheon. Rome: Ruins nfl)ipr.
R OBERT WADE OODN, having chased
_ J. S. FOUNTAIN'S enlre stock o y andc
Staple DRY GOODS, respectfully announce it
his friends and the public,' thtt lie will continue the
same business, at 231 Broadw (adjoiing the Ame-
rican Hotel,) as heretofore. HS facilities being rerV
great, he will be able to intro4 e into the New 'York
Market, direct from Paris, etery new style and de-
scription of Goods in hisaline, O business, which those
who favor him with their patronage may rely upon ob-
taining at the lowest market pJices.'
NewYork, Oct. 30th, 1839&" -
TPHE subscriber, in relinquiining a business which
L he has followed for a nungiber of years, feels great
pleasure in recommending to the patronage of his anu-
merous customers and friendM, Mr. ROBERTi W.
Having been in his employer the last eleven ynrMs,
he feels fully confident that Mb'ucapability and thorough'
knowledge of the business V insure his success,
and warrant their satisfaction.
o31 m J. S. FOUNTAI, .
NTEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.--THOM-
AS M. LEWIS respectially informs his friends
'and customers, that he has t4ken the store No. 277
Broadway, three doors north 4f Chambers street, and
will open this morning with I. general assortmentof
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. A large proportion of
the stock has recently been purchased at auction, and
will be afforded at extremely 16* prices.
N -'. B.-T. M. L, aasmurea, tbl'Dj( every attention
who may favor him with a sJ "'- ,oo24tf
1 ENTLEMEN'S PRIOC.SEAM GLOVE$.--
Just received from Pari&s all colors, of the best
quality and make, :imported -pressly for city trade.
The subscriber recommends t14pse goods to his custom
ers wanting a first rate article. i:
J. BATTIN, DeIer in Gloves, &c.,:
o28 :' 276 Greenwich st.
MAEN'S UNDER GARM NTS -A new article
J.i in the Market-Shirts tid Drawers of Ameri,
can manufacture, and made# Saxony Wool and
double threaded, differing in 'lh these respects from
the European Goods, as theyi- their; assortments of
wool make a greater variety, ad almost uniformly re-
serve the finer descriptions foq.cloths and cassimeres,
not thinking that the finest wooj is coarse and harsh
enough to come in contact wit.the sensitive skin ; and
m the last respect the) arajjdlly what they are set
forth to be, double threaded.'
Also, a good assortment od sdies' Under Garments
of Merino, Silk, Cotton and me Wool, our usual va-
riety of descriptions, sizes, &
o24 LANE & VAN ZANIT, 14 Maiden Lane.
f1HEAP DRY GOODS.--ROBT. W. OGDEN,
CJ (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, fait colors, only 2s.
English do, Is 6s. 4"
Black French Merino' Cloth, with Mousseline de
Laine figures, 1 yards wide, 8s. per yard.
Fine Cotton Hose, 2s. 6d. per'pair.
Worsted do. 2s. 6d. per pair.
Also-About $10,000 worth offered and plain Poux
de Soie; Gro d 'Afriques; Reps; Poplins, plain and
figured Satins; Chene and Glece Silks; Thibet and
Cashmere Broche Shawls; do Handkerchiefs; Silk
Hdkfs and Scarfs; colored Velvets, &c. &c';" to
which the attention of purchasers is requested '4,0
F'LANNELS AND BLANKETS.-The subscn
I bers are now receiving-
Real Welsh Flannels
Rogers' Patent do
Silk Warp do
Twilled Plaid' do
Light colors and fast dyes do-
Thybet and Merino do
English Canton do*
Rose and Whitney'Bjlajkets of all sizes
Sup rJbest vitrer ported ,
t London Whitney Blar I a s
Blankets for winter sheets.
All of which are offered on the most favorable
terms, at wholesale or retail.
au30 JAMES PATON & CO. 247 Broadway.
D ARK FRENCH CALICOES, MOSLLIN
/ DE LINES, &c.-A. T. STEWART & CO.
have received from auction, full yard-wide French
.-Clicoes, fine quality, and fast colors, enly 2s per
Superfine Molin de Laines, dark-mode, colored
and black grounds, all wool, at the extremely low price
of 2s 6d per yard.
Superfine 6-4 French Merino Cloth, onlyl0s do.
Rich Satin striped Silks, heavy and good, at 4s do.
Poplins, of the very best quality, colored and blue
black, 6s do.
Elegant black and colored plush Mantillas and
Shawls, only $14 and $15 each.
A splendid assortment of velvet Mantillas, Paletots,
Shawls, trimmed and untrimmed,at equally low.prices.
Paris-worked Collars, Capes, Pellerines, &c. ex-
Broche Thibet, and Camel's.hair Shawls, in new
The above form only a small portion of the large and
valuable stock of goods'now offered for sale, at prices
to make the greatest possible inducement for pur-
chasers to supply themselves, at
n13 5t 257 Broadway.
DOYS' 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.,
028 276 Greenwich st
MISSES' BEST PARIS KID AND CASTOR
V 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
028 J. BATTLN 276 Greenwich st.
G ENTLEMENS SUPERIOR BUCK GLOVES
.--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.
T ADIES' NEW STYLE PARIS KID GLOVES
Li-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
N 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-
oeiving additions as the European packets arrive.
Having been all purchasebdwithin the last few days on
the most advantageous terms, P. & G. B. feel confident
that no where can goods be bought to greater advantage
ban with them. Their stoci consists of--
Colored and blue black Gros de Naps, Poult de Soie,
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
Shawls, uncommonly low.
English, German, and French Merinos, all colors, very
English Calicoes, black and colored grounds, chintz
colors, best imported, 2s per yard.
T HI MUSEUM OF FOlaEIGN LITERATURE
J SCIENCE AND ART, is published every month
by E. LITTELL & CO., 270 Chesnut.stret, Phila, GOLD
delphia, at Six Dollars a year, payable in advancae.- aug16 tf
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on account. ..
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New Series, complete sets of which can be furnished
at Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or'Two Dollars;
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CONTENTS Of TAE SEPTEMBER NUMBER. ; LAMBN
Duke of Wellington's'European Despatches, Edin. :S]
burgh Review. a : u4
SVo-yages of Captains King and Fitzroy, dMo. r ARIi
3 Alison's French Revolution, Blackwood's Maga- U Car'r
4 Anglo Saxon Literature, British Critic. sayfinda
5 History of Port Royal, Foreign Monthly Review. Pet O, ee.
6 French Manufactures; do. D OOM
7 Norman Conquest of England, do. JR Bed-r
8 Literary Fables from the Spanish, Blackwood's unfurnished
SMagazine. : e preferred
,9. Macgillivray's British Birds, Spectator. s17
10 Cooper's American Navy, Monthly Review. : NT 0
11 Memqirs of a Cadet, Spectator. 0. 81 J
12 Progress of Chartism, do. Park, Bucki
13 Marshal Marnont's Turkish Empire, do. THOMA
14 Commercial Relations of England and France, do. prise Americ
'15 Ireland, India, Artificial Incubation, do. entered on t
16 Col. Ttods Western India, do. assures their
17 Youatt's HaumanitY to Brutes, do. theirconven
18 Memoirs of Dr Morrison, do, and Examiner. rangements
19 Journey through the Mexican Provinces Tumalipas, the establish
S Coahuila and Texas; Atheneum. vasure their
20 Expedition up the Quorra with Lander, United He is at
Service Journal. men, who h
.21 Literary Intelligence, Foreign Monthly Review. s14 3m
22. Steuart's Travels in Bogota, Atheneun.
'23- Nicholas Nickleby, Nickleby Papers. W OMA]A
24 Jack Sheppard, Bentley's Miscellany. 1 If women
25 Gratitude, an Irish Story, Dublin University Maga- real mission
S zinc.I -
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PhIladelphia ,7 t "
A MERICAN ANNUALS FOR 1840-The Li
.IL terary Souvenir, a Christmas and New Year's
Present, edited by Wm. E. Burton, Esq, witi.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 4. 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 engraving, bound in
gilt morocco, in 1 vol. l2mo. Religious Souvenir, a
Christmas and New Year's Present, for 1840, edited
by Mrs. H. 'L. Sigourney, with 8 splendid Ateel en-
gravings, embossed morocco, 1 vol. l2mo. Religious
Offering, a Christmas and New Years' Present for
1840, edited by Miw. 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 mortomco, in 1 vol. 18mo. The
Pearl, or AffectiW.sa Gift, for 1840, a' Christmas and'
New Year's Present, with beautiful engravings bound
in embossed morocco.
For sale to the trade on liberal terms, by
o17 D. APPLETON & CO. 200 Broadway.
A LL the Annuals, with a variety of Books for Gifts,,
^: 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-
.ojyed the following splendid English Annuals, for
The Boot of thI Botdoir"or, thr.Cmto "',een.
""Victoria. Series or Portras of the English Nobili-
ty, engraved by William and&Edward Finden, from
drawings by A. E. Chaion, J. Hiyter, and J. R. LaAe,
with illustrations in verse, superbly boun(. in moroc-
The Iris of Prose. Poetry, and Arts, with large and
beautifully engraved plates and fanciful picturesque
borders, in a new and unique style; Edited by Miss
M. R,. Mitford, author of 'Our Village,' 'Belfdrd
Reels,' &c. &c.,superbly bound in morocco, 4to..
Fisher's Drawing-Room Scrap Book; with poetical
illustrations by L. E. L.. and Mary Howitt, with 36
splendid engravings, 4to., bound in extra embossed
Constantinople, and the Scenery of the Seven
Churches of Asia Minor, illustrated in a series of
drawings from nature. By Thomas Allom, 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.
ENGLISH ANNUALS for 1840.-D. APPLE-
I 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-
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.
Heath's Picturesque Annual, illustrative of Windsor
Castle, from Drawings by Harding: with a full-
length equestrian Portrait of Queen Victoria: silk
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; 10 plates
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.
Book of Costumes, magnificent, Imperial 4to, morocco.
D. A. :& CO. have just published-A Gift from
Fairy Land, an Annual for 1840; Ninety-six superb
plates. o31 6tis
A MERICAN ANNUALS FOR 1840.-The Gift,
A a Christmas and New Year's Present. Edited
by Miss Leslie, with 9 beautiful engravings, bound in
embossed morocco, 12mo.
The Literary Souvenir. Edited by Win. E. Bur-
ton, with 13 fine engravings, bound in embossed mo-
The Token and Atlantic Souvenir, with ten fine en-
gravings, bound in embossed morocco, 12mo.
The Christian Keepsake and Missionary Annual.
Edited by Rev. J. A. Clarke, with 9 engravings, 8vo.,
bound in embossed morocco.
The Religious Souvenir. Edited by Mrs. L. H.
Sigoumrney, 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.
A fV rd-kX
don, Paris i
TAVERN AND' EXCISE LICENSES-NO.
TICE.,-The Commissioners` for issuing Tavern
and Excise Licenses for the several Wards in the city,
will meet at the Mayor's Office, on the days hereinaf-
ter mentioned, between the hours of 11 and 1 o'clock,
commencing On Monday, the 1Bth instant, andproceed
'in regular order as follows, viz:
1st and 2d Wards on Monday, 18th instant.
3d and 4th do Tuesday, Igth do.
4th and 5th do Wednesday, 20th: do.
6th and 7th do Thursday, 21st do.
9th. and 10th do Friday, 22d do.
llth and 12th, do Satuday, 23d do.
13th and 14th do Tuesday, -26th do.
15th; 16thfiand 17th Wednesday, 27th do.
; personss wishing Licenses, are requested to apply
within the time specified, to avoid the penalties of iih
law. Bylrder. --
JAMES H. WARD, First Marshal.
Mayor's Office, New'York,;Nov. llth, 1839.
Papers employed by the Corporation will pbtisih
the above daily until the 27th inst. :- n147 t27
CORPORATION :NOTICE.-Pubiic notice ; is
J hereby given that an assessment for paving Ave-
nue C;fromn 3d to 10th street has been completed an4
lodged in the Street Commissioner's Office for oeami-
nation by all persons interested.
And notice is hereabhpfrther given, that if 'any per
son have any ubjectionri the aLvassesssmept, iey
'No Alfw Weeg it therb
uComminimaoner'B. )Beon 6r fore the 22d day'of
JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
St. Conmr's Office, Nov. 11, 1839.. n14
JOHN AT.INS ,...'
MANUPACTURE I 1 '
AND SILVER WATCH DJA.),
LA RKE i' OMPAN '.
FANCY DRY GOODS.
o. 337 Broadway, New York ':
J. BATTI IN,:.-
5 Greenwiwjh street^. ;New Y)Ork. .
itantly n nd a gen assortment
GLOVE oAN HOSIERY,
IWOOt,' MaRINO, SILK AND S COTTON
BIRTS AND DRAWERS,
LOE' WANtED.-any person "having e
ge for sale, that has bWen B'Kitle ue64
purchaserby addressing Boix N1r 234 Lower
/ .-" l: : *s
WANTED--Waea: a ,'Palbr and two
poms, with one forea.eijt,;hikrnished or,
.A situation below Chambers stxeet'wu.d
d. Address box No 776 Upper iPt Office.
IVENDISH HOTEL-LONDON I .i
rermyn street, St. James', neariSt. Jaies'
LS HUNTER beg most lespeotfuilly t.ap,
can gentlemen visiting London, that ho has
the above vezy eligibly itated Hotel, and
n that the strictest etten ipi will be paid to
ielne and comfort, and f"es satisfied the! ar.-
he has made, will enable, hib to-eon4duct
ihment on such moderate tetas as tl
" continued patronage. i
libertyto referto many Ameriae gentle-
ave honored him with their patronage.
n 7pre s. -
N'S MISSION. '
en could once be made tp understand their
n in thi4 world, and to feel their ,own irm-
d responsibility, a surprisin chafige miust-
r take pl#ce in society, giving ita higher
production and Notes, by the.Rt,': Rev. OG.
Bishop of the Diocese of New. Jersey.
WILEY & PUTNAM, 161.Broaidwy.
COMICAL INSTRUMENTS, .&o.-
its from London, Thieodolites, from LOn-
and Germany ; 'Telescopes of Ffaunhope's.
roughton & Simms, and Plo1jel'smake;
;h a large assortment of Nautical Instiu-
thematical and Astronomical Books; for
E. & G. W. BLUNT, 179,Water st.,
,. ,:cor. of Burling slip.
* ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r AE WWSA ~" 'h4U V
PIANO FORTES! PIANo EORTES !-AT
WILL is constantly receiving: from his manufac-
tory superior PIANO FORTES, manufactured ex
pressly for his establishment, of various patterns of
Rosewood and Mahogany, with the Grand Action,
Harp;Stop, Metallic Plates, &e., embracing the latest
fashion of furniture, with tablets and hollowcornered
fronts, veneered legs and Grecian scrolls. All ol
which are warranted to be made of snch materials, so
well seasoned, as to stand the test of every, climate,
and can be returned if any defect is found in the in.
struments. Price from $170 to $700. Piano Stools
of various patterns, to correspond with Pianos, of
Rosewood and Mahogany, &c.
Piano covers of every variety of colors and quality.
12? Old Pianos taken in exchange. n12
TUST PUBLISHED.-Sylvester's New Reporter
-J -containing a full and accurate list of all the
Banking Institutions in the United States with the pri-
ces in the city-of all counterfeit and altered Notes-
Prices Current, rate of Exchange, prices of Gold and
The terms are $3 per annum, in advance; single co-
pies, six cents each. Persons purchasing over 12,
copies will be allowed fifty per cent. discount. Apply
to SYLVESTER & CO.,-
Editors, Proprietors, and'Publishers;of Sylvesters
n2 New Reporter, 156 Broadway.
('ORPORATION BONDS for'sale, of $250, o500
C. $1000 each, by
nll SYLVESTER& CO., 156 Broadway.
M" ONEY ON INTEREST.-The subscribers
M are ready to receive money in lai-ge or small
sums on deposite, allowing interest for the same at
the rate of 7 per cent. with liberty for the depositors
to withdraw the whole or part, on demand.
nl SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway.
BILLS OF EXCHANGE, on all parts of Ensg-
B land, Ireland, and Scotland, in sums of $5, 10,
j15, .20, to any amount, for sale at
S. J. SYLVESTER'S,
nl4 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall street.
TO THE PUBLIC.-SYLVESTER'S Exchange
SOffice is removed to No. 156 Broadway, a few
doors below Maiden lane.
Bills of Exchange on all parts of England, Scotland,
and Ireland, in sums of 5 and upwards, to suit.
Drafts collected on all parts of the United States,
the Canadas, and Europe.
Bank of England Notes, Canada Bank Bills and
every description of uncurrent money bought.
All doubtful and broken Bank Bills purchased on
the best terms.
Sovereigns, English Silver, Napoleons, Doubloons,
X Thalers, and all kinds of foreign coin bought, and
Southern, Western and Eastern Funds wanted, for
which the highest rates will be paid.
SYLVESTER & CO., 156 Broadway,
n8 below Maiden lane.
FAMILY GROCERIES.-D. E. EMERY, Tea
Dealer and Grocer, 142 Greenwich street, has on
hand superior leaf, lump and crushed Sugar; also
wnite Carthagena Sugar, superior Barbadoes, Porto
Rico and brown Havana Sugar, together with a general
assortment of Groceries.
N. B. Families supplied with fresh Goshen Butter.
Goods sent to any part of the city without charge for
house for the -accomruadatiogi. of furnace, fuel,
Every aparwtmut ii the building is cdcuate to
be warmed by hot air, andu ligAei'by % as. ,,, .k
The hydrant water is introduMad into .tihe hotae,
by sufficient cast iron conductors eofample diaunsatns
and branching off right:and wlef, with three attsth-
ments -to each branch on each .box and stage story,
Swth sufficient hose provided to reach to eery depart-
ment in the building. ,: .
The attractions which an elegant Opera Honse
and superior operatic exhibitions will tof 'U tisi.
tors to our city .to prolong their staying it, -wii i add
much. to the profits of t0ose' who are engaged 'iu
merchandise and in the manufacture and atIe of
personal and domestic articles. Lkrge expenditures
in all things that are required for domestic ,tonfrt
and supply and for personaloernmiaent are;thescrtain
incidents to the prolonged visits of strangers to mur
The attractions to strangers to visit and remain in
Philadelphia are already great and their effects on
our prosperity arem kapw and felt. It lass. been
correctly estimated' that' the cost of our-- Water
Works, justly the pride ef, our city, has been much
more than reimbaursed.by the. expenditure, of those
who have visited Philadelphia and have remainiedto
survey that beAutiful establishment and th. highly
improved grounds around it.
1 -I -
1 J ;r~;f4
~r~ ~ Ir.~~rip
GRA.D Ongz Hooa-mFV Ptlatifiaas
are agitating th. subject of' Np., HI ,goi bg.
built on t* mAnifet sc~p~,.: tLh : tpambJi
enterprises, and to awod, be ^^fne scY tlrSbeg
entertain lent pt te.lJowet Piofe. A4t
ing was held at the MXaWhilu .ew_.-sh.-tBd
evening last, at which ., fro 'A Lupmo
presided, assistd by Mr. EpW ld.PapR4ad M,.
.,Pierce Btler **.Vice Pr a..:- ad.
dress inin te fl.Pri4onB on talKPW e*y af pro-
Vidmu fr stmrager TSiatpi fe. V- s "r o al .as
residents, an agreeable aod refiaed dcw o.nsbort,
the cqnmint for that paupoe *.eppat plea, of
which the.ollowig i a sketch: .,,
The lot of ground select. fAr@ 4 beW B.b 4
Opera House is at the S.. Ecg' c a.nril;
Cheesmt streets, having *~i t -on' 9t& t 'ST s,
-bovndod- ah the smhfthe tr-e hireadZ4i.
Museum, and on the noathy Ch.meit ai Ac
cording to the p.ap,, drawn by ,M j 1ni aL thls
building will cover c s aea of .iofle" "
street by 240 on Chesnni stret. It.$ etAr.t ii' in
the form of a panralllo.ma, i" IWriei -ini .
Txterding the exdt he engtiQ of thu i "i4.rWhout
any projecljips1 frr glW .
hih h15envt 1 fee highiA h
itb 5 b0 feet, rea d u b 3 t
e od with -plate m d o raii aey
.4onseoietaes, Earemeo.t d hY- a.'ibyM m tab-
mature, on which reat a aome t f o feG '.ciar .
windows richly dressed ; a tle of aV Is .11
ws disposed over these .t '. 4ousu -igaa .kwhole
crowded by a chaste and Jrfly cb1r4iPif.ltcrr-
.niceand roof, the terminaiMnu f' of u
yre, in its Tympan. ,, r.
The principal eiitfaic to the ,'aL'eo
tiers of Boxes aend PaIIUteU' iU f b a, street
under w porC i by *at, raedoa simt only
fro the pavemeat, into A. lobby f, .bji iet, at
either r en o which the ox and 1Pauette iket
office le situated. From this lobby three large
folding doors open-'into'a spacious vbestibu t by
100, feet, where two large and eaW y figuy s cimaIr-
ways lead to the Boxes. ad ahe s ontiuos w art-
ments. The Boxes are Cin the iitm of a Parabola,
or semi-circle with dile"gi'ng oidA, ,f'&e tiai. in
beight.uthe firt aad second etis bont in even
rows of seats ch,hothe tbird Ad fourth ninh,-and
the fifth five, rows; each tier is .subdivide into
nineteen compartments or boxes. Every seat in
the house will bwt trgl arn comfortably cushioned
arm-ohair the total nambef of which ebairv ill
be v thousand and seventy, t The pmg, be-
hind the boxes are 12tfee 6o Bwil 4 ... aw el
The fie t and' second tier df Boxes failre ed
with magnificent saloon. feet by' YJ
high, eobeali'hed with Scag-li4 ola mamd their
Antie, supporting a Corinthian enpblat ar, afird-
Ing recesses fothe dispoifioh of iTha, ottmns,
mirrors,saod so for' h The i"ia jaftf'la.j
.ted by fivtef the rmindow eneh g& fet high, be-
fore described on tho. extrior ,Uii eitjbana_, of
This saloon are two ante-chamber," AQ.bg 20
feet, furnished similarly to it, with a g r- t pas!ge
of 'entrance and staircase Iefrg to a' rad'ta
roomne.' A saloon, ante-rooms, im e:-B41,00
dimensions -as those just described, are psoBid for
the use of the ihird and foaurthb tiers o( bo-e, the
whole warnnea Dby ssti4iet eot air untc plcd
in-the elar. T '-.2
SThe PFrquette is .2 by 65 feet,.ad '2ravorf
co1tmodation o T, .usiciant. T".e"stae is 106
feet deep and 65 fT'et wide at the drop t it- ;
and the wings -of the proscenium 65 feet high, are
so constructed i to be thrown back," praewing in
full view of the audience it stage oft 10 foeeL
On each side of the stage are diapos4e.. 1 fol-
40 Ptrvate'Dressing Rooms, i6 z'ao
Green Roon, v.. to9 0
2 Managers' Rooms, ,0 it
2 General Dressing Roon-a, each p0 40
1 Property Roon, 20t
1 Wardrobe and Tailor's toom,-'. 2J :4'
1 Stoibe Roam, 10: i"
Scene Painter's Roodin Study, &i 95 "; s
Carpenter's shop aud Lumberleft, l ff a'
Besides Staircases, &c. S&'. .
The Basement story is raised only one atepabuove
the adjoining pavement, and contains the following
accommodations, viz:' '
Eleven Fire Proof Stores on Chesnut street?' 0
feet front varying in depth from 30 fti 50 ftet. This
row of stores would be the most elegtant of"an in
Eight Fire Proof'Stores or Offices hp h south
side of the' building, 20 feet front and various
depths, from S30 to ,0 feet. ,' ]
Ai.entrance and ticket office. to the thid aad
fourth tiers of Boxes on Chesnut: street, x similar
one to the fifth tier on ,the.p uthera side ;. Musi-
cian's Retiring Roo 0, 40 A, y 4;. interest the or-
cbestra; etage entrance, stairs and porter's ledge ;
a:Room for Mechanism, &c. under the stage, 46
by 104 feet. The Parquette Saloon is 3 by tO0
feet; ,the Ticket Lobbies are2G ,hyi4 and the '
two Ticket Offioes each 8 by S4; PPich 80.hby o ;
Cellars are, calculated, to be-. formed under the
I ~.'i; C1:kf 7 *-,i-7tr i"f3
i "' **' < .. *
Office No. 11J Wlallstreet, corner of Broad street.
GNhtAir. ScorTT.-The Star need have no anxi-
eties on the score of General Scott's political prin-
ciples. To those who have any doubts, a proper
occasion for satisfying them will doubtless present
itself before they are called on for Athbr votes--
and, meantime, thp Star may dismiss' its. solicitude
about the Generkleing plated in the position of
entering into a political contest against his pre-
sent Commander-in-Chief." He will not enter"
into any political contest at all. If he is to be the
choice of, the county, it will not be through any
agency or active interference on his part. Under
no circumstances can General Scott, as we be-
: v. e, become a party man;" and,'so far as that
is ain objection, the Star may have all the benefits
of it. If the voice of the people, not of any band
pr; ofp ssional politicians, shall designate him for
; the higt office of President, he will, we cannot
doubt,.obey that voice, as'he has on every other
occasion obeyed the voice that has called on him
to devote himself to the service of his country.
.Meawwhbile, he will pursue the even tenor of his
way, discharging'the duties that may be assigned
to him with zeal, ability and fidelity--seeking not
opportunities to aggrandise himself, and not look-
ing to what may benefit him, but to what may
promote the honor and interests of the nation.
How far those who desire the election of Gen.
Scott may be liable to the imputations of being, as
.. the Star says, friend whose zeal outstrips their
:pudence, and whose influence in controlling and
directing the masses, and also public opinion, is eve-
w ay liamitidl" we will not undertake to deter-
.n^e.. For ourselves, certainly, as one of the least,,
though not least, ardent of those friends, we fiank-
ly admit that we do not pretend to control or di-
rect maaes, or public opinion," any further than as
Sthe facts we may be able to present, and the rea-
sonings ain pport of our views, may have influ-
etre. Bat it seems to us, we confess, not a little
Sltdicio4o, that those who are in a decided political
minority in their own homes, should, on such a
subject as the candidate for the Presidency, un-
dertake to 'ditate to those who can back their pre-
ference by majorities of thousands.
:Th ,Star and.its dique.e-uch as it is-insist
that. Mr. Clay is the choice of the Whig party ;
and if tbhe 6se' tion were limited to this city, and
to some three or four adjoining counties, the claim
peqd not be denied-but what then This city,
-.and these counties, can give no effect to their
wishes-they are politically adverse to Mr. Clay;
and hence thelludicrousness of the swelling language
adopted on ths- point in certain quarters. For in-
stance, the '#Empire Eighth Ward," with some
200 Loco-foco majority-the Sixth and the Sir-
teenth, with each some 400 Loco-foco majority,-
dictate Mr. Clay to the great anti-Administration
party of New York arid the Union, as the Whig
candidate. Why, it is very probable .that soqe
.-.,Whig meetings i New .Hampshire, or Pennsylva-
Saia may also insist that Mr. Clay is the only man;
yi but, when the ti0 for' voting comes,' they cannot,
anoy more tteh our swelling politicians here, back
Ub~r prefwerc by ; majority of votes.
Oi- t he. the otber hand,- the Northern, Central, and
Westwa portion of this State-which count their
S 't"ikg 7iatforities by thousandS and tens of thou-
Ss emn9-.f opinion that Mr, Clay is, nt the man,
and that -Gen. Scott is ; and we have faith when the
-. ve of the interior shall be heard, as it will be,
:.. nin one united opinion-thit will be foud',
tawfi standing the 8tai thaf "the masses, and
S public peiaion" will beasi t those, friends whdse
4 4IzqwdI jifcdifcp that j.uralmb w^ gtstrqps
t p' 1&<'then! pi Be.'-We' are Sontent to abide this
: ,. "
Q i u 's COUCNTY.-The defeat ef Laco-Focoinam
in t"hau-nty was net obrotut about; it seems by
1, m 6 of empathy, or aid, from Loco-Focoisam
h. tlia tcity, as the following paragraph, from the
-", SfgZigm, sa Farmer, will show. In summing op
the cuer of the election, that paper says:
Neutown went ifom: bad to worse, giving a ma-
lrnty of 125 against us-but this is accounted for.
y i& inmates of the New York Poor House, lo-
e .sd i that town, were brought td the polls in a
'1dy, ad mae to vote the Loco-Foco ticket, be-
ddra which the most extraordinary exertions were
made in that town by the New York customn-house
eaio 'The Whigs did all they could, but were
duaithmabered by'the mercenaries of the Govern-
,, In the sae county, afr the election, the Lo-
.: s-Feo omra, "aledl the Lojg Island Dem6crat,
thue stigmatizes the voters of the moit populous
to*n in that county, South lHempsted:
fsromae Lwog IaW B Democrat of lastwek,)
-. '.n-, '.QI M1 CotijWy.-.Oai ticket' ii Oe.rthrowu.
h"r kC uy ad:uexpected triumph of last fall is
S.tis meae wvrersed. The clam-rakers ,of -bid
i."M ia camied-in. the candidates of the moat
4* t and fathgent party. The money frm the
&isvur in, 1 sW ttre6t a.s den6 its irk. -Tnai
I)ItA on Jf WSNB A BNARY-TEW BR46ia
2sg3UU "L 9 &ft'SWSW PUOPrED WRBE A WD TiERt-
.. iE-si-f~N'OF NASTY HANDS-have
'" -,atMd4. Ot opponents t may indeed claim the
.-tiipb et t /miMe" cnrupt *ad 'unfair triumph,
and Bel gained by means and men more contomip-
,. t aiwe dity, or more unprincipled, was never
known. The Whig candidates in this, the towft
of trireilBme, where-they-ate known, are in a
.e jte minOrity. In the towns where the daem-
mzatie ocauikiss live, they have a strong'miajori-
.t ty. in b efficient proof of the fair andecorrect
a jiugtt s to their right. But in "old Blue,"
S whe the present County Clerk has been elec-
.ii.enbi-gor Binielf and ind g the dirty work of
ii BM -for gOrn t4ime mp h- t tU wo.th en-
q id h e Cduiato, m have SCRAPED-:TO-
ROs.l Tfff'rH, R.TUMh OKERS AND THE
SV5RY .l MUf rD-HOLES, .and heio
S MaisBgd ebT teaas-or. a method stiU maor4
>hri stte< witty.
so IU thI is cnty i, at the worst, iirmly
j.- aroipia d always will be upon any imporT
tamt question. The democratic majority for Sema-
.::t.ija lp*t 10; and what eould-have induced our
9t' > utet wkil d theiir support from the winor owil
o*s whiei tby, gOM ',It.s the State ticket. It
"i.Ba. e u powew total. There have been mean
o &ing veno MinCa heioe of ovreown political faith.
OHmS efr panrtDI hLone awssen the mwoattreacherous
FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBElr'5, 1839.
[From the Argus.]
"THE MORALITY OF WHIGGERY.
The organ of the State administration confesses,
to the fact charged by us yesterday, that individ-
uals enjoying the confidence of the Whig party in
this city have been held to bail under the new law
for bribery at the Poles. But, if we understand its
language, it attempts to palliate the offence, and to
Sexcitethe public smypathy for the alleged delin-
quents, under the plea that the law in question is
" notoriously a dead letter !"-and that the arrest
of the persons Wlluded to was a mere exhibition to
spleen" on- tle part of certain Loco-Focos,"
" smarting under their defeat," who sought in this
way to indulge their malice" towards their oppo-
nents! but who, the Eve. Jour. claims, were, not
mori e gilty ,than their persecutors "
There is something so pitiful in the course of
this canting hypocrite that we are provoked to "un-
gown" him at once. That money is used- by both
parties in Elections is a fact so notorious that noth-
ing but brazen impudence cold be brought to de-
ny it. The prodigal use of money originated with
our opponents, who beat us, year' after year, with
their" appliances." And now, that they are beat-.
en,: the miserable hypocrite of the Argus persists in
alleging that the Whigs only are obnoxious to the
charge of using money But we will cut this mat-
ter short by using a rod which we -have long had
in' pickle for Croswell.
At our Charter Election in May last, the Ex-Re-
gency made a desperate effort to reclaim the 4th
Ward, that' he Argus might again exclaim As
goes the Fourth Ward so goes the State." For this
*purpose a large fund was raised, to which Cros-
well subscribed $50. His. friends fought manfully
.for the Ward, but their struggle was unavailing.
The fund subscribed by the Regency was faithful-
ly -used in the contest, .and after the election, one
of the Ward Finance Committee called on Cros-
well for his $50 subscription. Instead of paying
that subscription, after his friends had advanced and
expended the $50, Croswell-" repudiated" half the
debt! Yes, the State Printer, for whose special
benefit Van Buren men out of office had paid twice
a much, actually refused to pay one half of his po-
litical subscription! The Finance .Committee
man rejected. Croswell's check' for $25 and left his
would, by tne accounts reCi ed this morning, seem
so far settled as,that no otfis elected by the
The Boston Atlas of yesterday furnishes this
statement, which seems to embrace the whole
T1a. lectioiw.--We halve received returns firm
.M58 6wns, which stand thus-
IF Ed*ard Everett, 2,161
., cus Mortoi, 41,757
Everett's majority, 394
The towns to be heard from are Rehoboth in
Bristol county, Chilmark in Dukes, Weston in Mid-
dlesex, 5 towns in Hampshire, which last year gave
us 200 majority, ten towns in Franklin, which gave
us also 305 majority, and the remaindes of Berk-
shire, which was last year balanced.
These are the facts. Upon this state of the
case, we submit the following calculation. The
towns in Bristol, Duke and ?Iiddlesex, will give
Morton 150 majority. The remainder of Franklin
and Hampshire will overcome this ard give Ever-
ett 150 majority. He will go, therefore, into the
remainder of Berkshire more than 500 ahead, which
there is no good reason to believe, judging from
the four towns received from that county, that Mor-
ton can greatly diminish. Our judgment in the
matter is, that Everett will lead Morton in the
State about three hundred votes.
How many scattering votes have been thrown,
we have no means of ascertaining, but we have lit-
tle doubt that they will be sufficient to defeat an
election by the people. They cannot fall much
short of five hundred.
One thing is therefore certain, that Marcus Mor-
ton is NOT elected Governor by the people, and he
will oiO be elected by the Senate. The House of
Representatives will contain a large Whig majori-
ty, and the vacancies in the Senste will all be filled
There has probably been no choice in the Sixth
Congressional District, represented by the late Mr.
[From the Buffalo Journal.]
Since the news in another column was in type,
we have been favored with a Detroit Advertiser of
Saturday morning, brought down in advance of the
mail, containing the following glorious news.-
Most heartily do we congratulate our Whig bre-
thren in Michigan on the triumphant result of their
[From the Detroit Advertiser, of Nov. 9.]
We believe we can safely announce to our read-
ers and to the Whigs of the Union, that MICHI-
GAN IS REDEEMED Sufficient returns have
been received to warrant this gratifying conclu-
sion. The heaviest counties have been heard
from. In all of them, the Whigo majorities have
been greatly increased,- and the Loco Foco majori-
This is a sublime moral triumph. No State in
the Union has been so badly governed as Michigan.
No State in the Union so much needed reform.
This the people felt, and they have arisen in the
majesty of their strength, to redeem and reform
their State. The result, then, will be
SA WHIG GOVERNOR,
A WHIG LEGISLATURE, and
A WHIG U. STATES SENATOR!
A more perfect victory could not have been
achieved. For it, the Whigs of Michigan cannot
but feel most devoutly grateful,
In the House, the Whigs will have a large ma-
jority. That body :is composed of 52 members,
and thus far, it is ascertained that the Whigs have
elected 30, and the Loco-focos 10.
Of the Senate, 10 members are to be chosen
this year. The Whigs have 5 certain, and 2 pro-
bably ; the Lqcos have 2, and 1 remains to be
heard from. *
After it was known that the New York election
had gone completely for the Whigs, letters were
written and signed by the well-known politicians
there, and transmitted to Boston, stating that in
both branches of the Legislature, an administra-
tion majority was certain. The men who could
lend their names to such a. falsehood for the pur-
'pose of influencing the election in another State,
must be contemptible indeed.
' The above i from the Providence jqnm.. of
13th. Will hafpaper publish& these names'! We
will assuredly copy them.
TaU BALLOT-BOX.--In the official returns, as
published, of the votes given in the Sixth Ward
for Senator, at the late election, there is no mention
of scattering ticket. The law requires that all
tickets shaU be counted and reported. We know
that one individual, and are credibly informed that
others did in that ward, put in ballots for a can-
didate, for whom nevertheless, no votes are re-
How is this'?
by three Captains of English and American ves-
sels, whose names we regret not being able to an-
nounce, went at midnight to the Captaincy of the
port, and asked for a boat, that they might go and
rescue the men who were exposed to death on the
fragments of the Monteagudo. But for the ener-
gy of the Secretary of the -Governor, no boat
could have been obtained at that hour of the night.
The officer of the guard on duty that night, offer-
ed an insolent resistance te the noble resolution of
the Lieutenant and his companions. A boat was
at last got ready, and put off, with four gentlemen
On board, together with a Chilian seaman, who
chose to accompany them; and half an hour after-
wards, Mr. Collinson, Lieutenant of the frigate Presi-
dent, accompanied by other seamen, obtained per-
mission to go to the support of the first boat with the
same noble object of saving the wrecked crew of
the Monteagudo. The number of the wrecked
was as stated above [19.] This being ascertained
by the first boat, and being unable to rescue them
all, she proceeded to the English corvette Fly,
whose commander, the Hon. Captain Loch, gave
them the use of a large launch, well equipped, in
which to return and save the men. In the mean
time the second boat had arrived at the place of the
wreck, and at great risk of being entangled with
the fragments, or swept away by the waves which
beat upon them, had begun to save some men,to the
number of three, when Lieut. Craven arrived with
the timely aid from the Fly, and these deserving
friends of humanity had the pleasure of rescuing
from the waves, 19 of our compatriots, who were
taken on board of the Fly, and in the morning put
The ship Libertad, in her collisiou with the Mon-
toagudo, lost her bowsprit, and experienced other
The French bark Basque and the national ship
of war Confederacion, lost their bowsprits.
Much other damage was caused by the tempest,
but we have not learned the particulars.
BoLIvIA.-The Bolivian Congress was installed
June- 16th, at Chuquisaca. President Velasco, in
his message, says:
It has been one of the first acts of my admin-
istration to set at liberty all Peruvians, Chilians,
and Argentines, who were exiles or prisoners in
N From the (harleston Courier.]
1P1f FROM ST. AUGUSTINE.
B steam-packet Southerner, arrived yester-
day f St. Augustiq, we received th4 following
slip from rour correspondent:
ST. AUGUSTINE, Nov. 8th.
INDIAN -,NEWs.-On Sunday last, November 3d,
a baggage wa#on with an escort of seven men,
proceeding from Fort Micanopy to Fort Wheelock,
'Was fired upon by a party of fifty Indiais, killing
three -mules, 'one horse, and wounding two others,
-The teamster was mortally wounded, and a private
named Bossoo was very severely so. The firing
being heard at Fort Micanopy, a relief was sent out;
but before they came up to the ground, the Indiana
had succeeded in plundering the wagon of tents,,
powder, provisions, &c.
FROM THE SOUTH.-We learn, by the arrival of.
the schr. Medium, Captain Magee. from Key Bis-
cayne, that the wounded Indian, who some time
since went into Fort Lauderdale for medical as-
sistance, has informed Major Childs that Coacoo-
chee has placed the women and children in the
Pai-hai-okee, or grass water, for security ; and he
is prepared for a vigorous defence of himself and
followers. On the accession of troops, sufficient-
ly strong to reinforce those now South, the Indian
offers to take them to Coacoochee's ground of de-
Commander Mayo, of the U. S. steamer Poin-
sett, has gone into the Everglades with 50 men.
A bottle was found on the 23d ult. about four
miles south of New River, containing a piece of
paper, the writing scarcely legible ; but the words
Schr. Antartic" were visible. A $4 gold piece
was found at a short distance.
There was a very slight frost yesterday morning
at Macariz, the residence of Thomas Douglas, Esq.,
distant two miles from this city.
The fever at present prevailing here, though'of
a decidedly bilious and congestive character, has
proved of a mild and manageable type-few of the
seizures terminating fatally, where timely treat-
ment and appropriate remedies have been resorted
to. Of upwards of 500 cases, not more than 30 or
40 have terminated in death ; and of these latter,
the majority have been traced to neglect of the first
symptoms, mistreatment, or relapses, brought on
by the imprudence of the patient in diet or in over
exertion before health had been completely re-es-
PXNSACOLA, Nov. 2, 1839.
The Erie and Levant sloops of war went to sea
on Sunday last, and the frigates Macedonian and
La Glorie on the day following. The La Glorie
is a first-class frigate, drawing upwards of 22 feet.
The only vessels of war now in port are the Onta-
rio and the French brig of war Dunoise.
The following is a list of officers attached to the
U. S. ship Ontario, whose arrival we mentioned
in our last.
J. D. Wil'iamson, Esq., commander ; Lieuten-
ants Ebenezer Farrand, Win. E. Hunt, Win. J.
H. Robertson, John B. Marchand, (acting) Acting
Master, G. H. Scott ; Surgeon, A. G. Gambrill;
Purser, Joseph Bryan; Assistant Surgeon, Ban-
nister; Passed Midshipmen, Wm. M. El Adams,
J. K. Duer, J. M. B. Clitz; Midshipmen, W. H.
Jameson, John C. Beautmont, Samuel Edwards,
The following is a list of officers attached to the
U. S. shipErie:
Wm. V. Taylor, Esq. commander; Lieuten-
ents, A. Levi, J. A. Russ, J. F. Green ; Acting
Master, John Mooney ; Surgeon, T. L. Smith;
Purser, J. C. Holland; Passed Midshipman, Wm.
B. Beverley ; Assistant Surgeon, J. W. Taylor;
Midshipmen, C. E. Fleming, J. H, Brown, C. S.
Throckmorton, J. C. Wait,Wm. H. Montgomery,
N. C. Bryant, John Mathews, J. C. Richardson.
THE TEXAs LOAN.-The New Orleans Bee says
-" We are pleased to learn that Col. B. Bee has
brought intelligence from the North that the Texas
loan has bean negotiated.; and that in all proba-
bility, the Government of Texas win be able soon
to redeem her issues."
FROM CHILI.-Valparaiso papers received 'by
Capt. Stringham, N. S. N, via Jamaica, bring late
intelligence from Chili. A severe gale was expe-
rienced at Valparaiso on the 24th and 25th of that
month, during which the Chilian ship of war Mon-
teagudo was totally wrecked. The crew were sa-
ved by the daring-efforts of Lieut. Craven, of the
U. S. Navy, Lieut. Collinson, of the British Navy,
and others who accompanied them.
,,7 Tne Jqujrl of C ifnm'rcer0apntains the following
particulars of the occurrence translated from the
Valparaiso Mercury : .
VALPARAISO, July 25.
LasE, night at half past 8 o'clock, th. national
ship Monteagudo began to drag her anchors, impel-
led by the storm which had prevailed in the bay
since the previous night. At 10 o'clock she had
driven ashore abreast of the new work of Mr. Wad-
The number of men saved from the wreck was
19, including the pilot, Mr. Steadman, who is rep-
resented by all who saw and heard him from the
shore, to have displayed great coolness. The
American Lieutenant, Mr. Craven, accompanied
pure unsullied stream, offering sweetness and balm
to every b6osom which it meets, but reserving the
full tide of its gladness for one :-it is by such mys-
tical smybols as these that we would describe the
natural, the distinctive, the holy charm of woman :
not by her perfect form, her ruby lips, her sparkling
eyes, or her silken tresses, whether they fall in ra-
ven masses over a marble brow, or glitter in the
sunbeams like threads of waving gold."-[" Home,"
by Sarah Stickney.]
A CRITERION BY, WHICH WOMEN ESTIMATE
MsN.- What a curius trait that is in woman-
their exaggerated, .hxiety to see the one who has
been loved by ,4to man in whom they themselves
take an interft; and the manner in which said
man rise or falls in their estimation, is according
as they admire or are disappointed in the subject of
his Jove. Nothing has cured more effectually the
idea the female world conceived of Byron, than the
sight of the persons on whose affection he prided
himself. Byron might have committed in their
eyes a thousand sine more excusable than the error
of bad taste.
[From the Baltimore American.]
AMERICAN ENTERPRISE-LAKE FISH
The fisheries of Lake Superior promise to be-
come the source of a very lucrative trade. The
business has hitherto been chiefly monopolized
by the American Fui Compainy, but the increasing
demand for Lake fisa, and the knowledge which
has been gained of ;the exhaustless resources of
the great inland iceanrm which abounds in them,
have lately induced the formation of a company at
Cleveland, Ohio-as we learn from the Herald--
for the purpose of engaging in the trade. A vessel
has been fitted out expressly for the business, and
although there is no direct water communication
with Lake Superior--a fact which renders it neces-
sary to raise the vipssel from the water below
Sault St. Marie, placed it on ways and slide it
something more than. alf a mile before launching.
it avai--1-vet this dios not deter the enternraini"
[For the New York American.-'.
A writer, in your paper of last Friday, under the
signature of Filius Ecclesime, has spoken of the
"'Desecration of the Cross." In h1 s condemnation
of the fashionable practice of putting the Em-
blem of our Religion to unhallowed uses," allow
me to joln." Ha he proceeded no further than this,
allo.;oild&have been well. But, in his zeal, he has
gone: too far. lit his reprehension of "a practice
sucre to deaden devout inpressions," his expressiouns-
convey sentiment revolting to the character of my
early Christian education.
In early times," says he, "our Christian fore-
fathers felt its value to cheer and sustain, when
they were in hourly peril from the heathen." We
are thus told of the value of a crucifix, of wood,
stone, or.any, tniilar material, in cheering and sus-
taining t6e` earf` disciple ; but the strength de-
rived from looking unto that Jesus who hung upon
the Cross is passed unnoticed by. "By them it
was handed down reverently and thankfully, (this
phraseology recalling the words used by the Church
in the Holy Communion Service,) "and to use it,
became the devout and unconscious habit of the
Christian."-Truly a devout habit," and one wor-
thy of all praise How different the language of
the early Reformers !
In our churches and closets, let the Cross be
reared. Let it be worn by young and old, men
and women, on a Sunday, and be our meet com-
panion to the House of God." I am opposed most
decidedly to a ""desecration of the Cross." :But
when I hear its worship commended as a devout
habit and pious 'usage"-when it is said that it
should "be reared in our closets," where we are
to pray in secret to that Father who seeth in secret
--" in our churches," where
Before our Father's throne,
We pour united prayers--
and "young and old" are bid to "wear it openly"
on God's Holy Day,-I am constrained, in the lan-
guage of the Liturgy, to pray, from all false doc-
trine, heresy and schism, from contempt of thy
Word and Commandment, good Lord, deliver us."
Our meet companion to the House of God !"
Alas that instead of secret self-examination and
humble thoughts,.,he Christian is told that a cruci-
fix is his meet companion" to the temple of the
I am not approving the fashionable practice"
before alluded to-I applaud no desecrationn of
the Cross"-but i, cannot yield assent to the coun-
sel that the fashionable practice of desecration
should become t&E fashionable practice of adoration
-that "the Emblem of our Religion" should be
exalted above that most holy Religion itself.
There is another communication, to which, I can-
not refrain from calling attention, as a specimen of
how contemptible.an abortive attempt at sarcasm
becomes. I allude' that of Monday-the point
of which is so difficult to be ascertained. Whether
it was intended toabe a reply to the previous Essay,
or the medium of pettish gibes and wretched jo-
cosity, I cannot resolve. But one thing I will
mention to that writer,--that although an author
may mistake ribaldry for sarcasm, none else will
be thus imposed upon. FRATER ECCLESIE.
Nov. 11, 1839.
[Extract for the New York American.]
"There were many defects in her character, but
beauty and gentle manners in the great estimate of
woman, go far towards supplying their want of en-
ergy, and even their want of heart.
It is as a wife that these defects appear and
grow upon the disappointed husband, like the fright-
ful figures exhibited-by a magic-lantern, increasing
in hideousness as they increase in magnitude and
distinctness. It is when the doting lover begins to
suspect that the silent calm he had hitherto mista-
ken for maiden shyness, is in reality the silence of
the soul-the calm, of imperturbable stagnation;
when he discoversathat he has devoted his first and
best affections to a beautiful but marble statue;
when he returns tdo'his home which ought to be an
.ever sunnh place,"-andfinds nothing btt the yawn-
ing vacancy of a' olK and cherless void when
he pour his fresh warm feelings, that burst in un.
studied language from his burning lips, upon the
stony surface of an insensible heart-and that
heart a woman's !-it is then that he shrinks back
repelled and blasted, as if the blooming charms he
once adored, were exchanged for deformity and hor-
Oh! it isby the secret fountain of never-chang-
ing love-the well of inexhaustible refreshment in
the desert-the rose that blooms forever beneath
the sunshine of one beloved eye-the voice that rises
in a continued strain of melody above all the discord
of the world-the bird of beauty whose faithful wing
is never folded save in its own sheltered nest-the
[FFrom the Boston Gazette.]
REv. MR. PIERPOINT.-At the adjourned meet-
ing of the Hollis street Society, held Monday
evening, the Report" made by the majority of
their Committee a month ago, came up for con-
The motion being made by Mr. Crane to accept
the same, it was rejected-59 voting in the affirma-
tive, and 69 in the negative.
Subsequently, the following Resolve was sub-
mitted by Mr. Boyd:
Resolved, That the vote passed on the 30th of
September last, whereby the Rev. John Pierpoint
was requested to take up his connexion as Pastor
of this Society, be, and the same is hereby, re-
scinded ; and that as a Society we do approve,
and will endeavor to sustain, the freedom and inde-
pendence of our pulpit, as illustrated in his past
This Resolve was passed by a vote of 67 in the
affirmative, and 5 in the negative-the dissentients
having generally retired from the room. The
meeting was then adjourned without delay, and it
may be expected that Mr. Pierpoint will resume
.his pulpit next Sabbath.
CONCERT,-Those who were present at Miss
SHIRREFF and Mr. WILsoN'S first Concert, will be
gratified that a second Concert is advertised for
this evening, at the City Hotel. See programme
in another column.
The U. S. sloop of war Marion, which sailed
from Boston on Saturday, is bound to the Coast
of Africa not New York, as has been stated.
The U. S. sloop of war Levant returned to
Pensacola on the 2d inst. the yellow fever having
broken out among her crew.
Henry Kobler Musselman is to ,be executed at
Lancaster for murder en the 20th of next month.
The Ohio had two feet and a half of water in
the channel at Pittsburn on Saturday and was still
it has hitherto found in the New York Canal, by |
means of which route expensive regions are con-
nected with the great commercial metropolis in the
way of trade-Legions which have no natural affin-
ity with New York, at least not to any thing like
the extent which her judicious improvements have
secured. Nevertheless, the opening of the Erie
extension of the Pennsylvania works, and the
Pennsylvania and Ohio Cross-Cot, will create a.,.
very considerable diversion of this mass of traffic
by which Baltimore may expect to reap benefit.;;
J:Instead of going from Cleveland to Buffalo. the
direction will be, for a vast amount of produce,
from Cleveland to Erie, inasmuch as the harbor of
this latter place is open in the Spring some weeks
earlier than the port of Buffalo, and the transmis-
sion of commodities from Erie eastward may be
effected as easily as from Buffalo.. So, also, a
large portion of the produce of Ohio, which has all
along been carried by the canal of that State to
Cleveland, will hereafter stop short of the latter
place, and take the new route by way of the Cross-
Cut leading to Pittsburg, and thence by the Penn-
sylvania Canals to Baltimore or Philadelphia.
The Milledgeville Recorder states that orders
have been received by the Banks of that place from
New York creditors, to receive specie only in pay-
ment of notes. The editor ridicules the idea of
such orders being heeded, and says that if the
whole property of the State were to be sold for
specie under the hammer, it would probably bring
enough to cover the costs of suit. The Richmond
Whig also says that Southern debts, generally,
cannot be paid at the present ruinous rates.
[From the Journal of Coummerce.]
HAVANA, Oct. 25, 1839.
By an arrival from Bahia, in a very short pas-
sage, we learn that the slave factories at Onin,
on the coast of Africa, have been destroyed by the
natives, and that establishment for the present en-
tirely broken up. The interests destroyed belonged
to some of our principal citizens, and from thence
an immense traffic in slaves was-carried on by
vessels under many flags, particularly the Ameri-
can. A large amount of goods was burnt and
THE COTTON CaOP OF 1839-40.-The following
is an extract from a letter from
MONTGOMERY, Alabama, Nov. 4.
"The prospect for a large crop of Cotton, in
this section of the country, was never so good.-
Our advices from Louisiana, Mississippi, and Ten-
nessee, represent it also as very fine there. My
present estimate is 1,650,000 bales for the whole,
of which there will be received at Mobile 350,000
bales. Indeed, I must say, that probably from 75 to
100,000 bales ought to be added to the first sum,
and that Mobile may receive 400,000 bales. The
crop will be measured by the physical force of the
country, as there will be more grown than can be
picked out, unless the picking season be extended
to a remarkably late period.
HUMBUo.-It is amusing to observe what trash
is served up for the edification of the Philadel-
phians, and how well it is relished, if only spiced
with a little ridicule of New York and its citizens.
Here is an example, cut from the Baltimore Pa-
-Wall Stree Dialect.-The editor of the Phila-
delphia Gazette, who was recently in New York,
says they have a curious short-hand phraseology in
Wall street, which it is amusing to hear. A man
offers another a note with the endorsement of a
third, and saying of it-" You see its A. 1 : the
man is decidedly o. F. M."
"Yes--that's good-o. x.-i. s. B. D."
"Will you make that contract we spoke of yes-
terday ." says a fourth person to a fifth; I have
brought my friend as witness "
Yes-we'll close it to-morrow."
"A. R.-N. s. M. j." is the reply ; and the par-
ties bow and separate."
The glossary to the foregoing is thus ; o. F. M.
-our first men ; o. K.',-all correct ; s. B. D.-it
shall be done A. R., N. S M. J.--'nough said 'mong
gentlemen-and so forth. This tongue-relieving
process is quite.in vogue here-it saves the com-
mon enemy, and is consideredtextremely useful.
WIN.---An oStft incur Navy, writjpg from
"Ma eira June` th9 ,% ys ;', There about
thirty thousand pIpea of wine produced here annu-
ally, and of that, not more than ten thousand pipes
are ever sent to the United States ; and it is no
less true than strange, that at least fifty thousand
pipes are annually served up at the United States Ho-
tels, under the name of Madeira." The extent to
which wines are manufactured is astonishing. The
question whether ardent spirit is a poison has been
often discussed (and very unprofitable ;) but if su-
gar of lead, arsenic, &c. are poisons, it will not be
difficult to settle the question respecting our wines.
It is well ascertained that the most deleterious drugs
are often used in making imitation wines. Indeed
an alarm should be publicly sounded respecting this
source of danger, aside from the general alarm res-
pecting the dangers of alcohol. Imitation wines
combine the two evils-poisonous drugs and al-
him a temple of the Deity ; and if rightly inter-
preted, such would be the sense and feeling of
every Christian lover of science, in his investiga-
tion of the glorious works of the Creator of all.'
Tt appmas t.hprforr. that D)r R finds nnthinr in
'matured pods of the spring drop, which had not been
gathered. Also, some Lima beans were then in
full blossom and pod which had commenced bearing
in-August. ... -"
HEALTH OF AUOUSTA, GEo.-We find the fol
lowing in tle Baltimore Patriot:
The following is an extraet of a letter, dated
AUGUSTA,' (OCp.) lNv. 8,1839.
, We have an entire change of weather, of good
'solid lack frost this itorning. Our Board of
Health has just issued a Bulletin, announcing all -
danger of return to town over, and have adjourned,
subject to .the call of the Chairman. No deaths
for three days.
A JUST JUDGMENT.-A case was tried at Cincin-
nati, on the 6th inst., in which a drayman was ad-
judged to pay a fine of $250, for driving over a
child and injuring it very severely.
THANKSGIVI4G.--In accordance with a resolution
of the city council of Savannah, the Mayor of the
city has appointed Thursday, the 14th inst., to be
observed as a day of public thanksgiving.
A ROGUE.-A man went into a jeweller's shop
in Cleveland, Ohio, under pretence of purchasing
a watch, and on several being shown to him, he
took up four and ran off. Pursuit was made, and
he was seized by a gentleman, and in the scuffle
dropped one watch, but managed to escape with
the other three.
MAIL ROBsED.-The large Eastern mail bag was
stolen from the stage near Niles, Michigan, on the
1st inst. The bag was afterwards found in the
woods, and its contents scattered about. Actual
loss not ascertained.
The notes of the 10th Ward Bank are redeemed
at the counter. The whole issue of notes by the
Tenth Ward Bank amounts, it is said, to about
$10,000, and their specie subscriptions exceed
"$30,000; besides, the rest of thair capital is in mort-
gages, easily converted if required, into cash.
POST OFFICE BURNT.-The Post Office at Har-
rodsburg, Ky. was destroyed by fire on the 1st
instant, with all its contents. Four other buildings
were also destroyed.
The British ship of war Imogene was to leave
Valparaiso Aug. 1st, for Rio Janeiro and England
CABs.-Why does not some enterprising person
start a few cabs in the streets of New York, Tafter
the London plan 1 They would make money.
A striking likeness of Miss Sedgwick. painted
by Ingham, has been engraved by Parker, and will
shortly be published in the New York Mirror.
CANAL TOLLs.-The amount received on the
New York canals in the first week of November,
is as follows :
In 1838, $74,559 64
In 1839, 64,381 02
A falling off of $10,178 02
The manufacturers of the city of Lowell, Mass.,
and other towns at that State, are curtailing their
operations fifty per cent.
Two American sailers recently went ashore at
Havana with their ordinary jack knives about them,
and were in consequence sentenced to six years im-
prisonment at hard labor. The law in Cuba against
carrying deadly weapons is very severe>and in this
case was strictly enforced.
The frame work of a new meeting house at Mor-
ristown, Vermont, fell lately while twenty-nine per-
son were engaged upon it. All but three received
injuries, and six of the number severely wounded.
Several limbs have been broken, but no lives lost.
A SINGULAR CASE OF BIGAMY.-A curious case
of bigamy recently occurred in England. The of-
fender, Thomas Sharrocks, married his first wife,
Betty Hillbert, at Radcliff, and it appears that they
lived together comfortably.
It seems, however, that he thought another wife
would make his happiness and his household com-
plete ; and he accordingly succeeded in persuad-
ing a young woman, aged about 18, of prepossess-
ing appearance, unknown ,o her parents, to become
hi second wife, and they were married on the 28th
of July last. The strangeness of the transaction
is, that the first wife went to -br husband's second
*marriage, officiated as bridesmaid, and persaOnuly
pulled her own wedding-ring from her finger, and
with that ring the ceremony was performed.-
When thbe man was apprehended, he and the two
rires were living very comfortably together, all
the parties apparently unaware of the degradation
to which they were reduced, for, on the apprehen-
sion of Sharrocks, his wives thought it was hard
that the law should interfere with them 'if .they.I
were comfortable." After Sharrocks had been
committed, and had been removed to the station,
he was visited by both his wives, and the fellow
there boasted that no man ever had two better
wives at once, and that, when he came back, he
would stick to them through life, and lose his last
drop of blood in their defence.
NATURAL SCIENCE FAVORABLE TO RELIGION.--
The Philadelphia North American says: "The
celebrated geologist, Dr. Buckland, declared at the
late meeting of the British Association for the Ad-
vancement of Science, that' the world appeared to
He must be a single maan,nd able toprodue the
most satisfactory recommendations roth iB point of
character and qualification as aTeacher.
Letters (post paid) to be addreondto, t e ector of
St. Paul's College, College Point, N. Y- iX 3t
geology to favor atheism or infidelity: This, we 17 FRENCH CHURCH, FRANKLIN -ST.-
believe, is the experience of all eminent geolo- Divine Service will be resumed from SIuaar Pext,
gists." aad be held during the rebuild of'the C rch, in-
WATBIIWGO-PLACsS.-A visit to a watering-place the Conaistory Romrof the DuSat ReformAd (Vurch,
offers so many charms and advantages to those who No. 105 Franklin street. By order *f the V.e .
are confined in towns during the greater part of the JOHN GRANGE M'D.
year, and who have but a limited respite from the .* .
toils and cares of business, that the vast majority of nl43t* Scretary ofthe Bar of Trusteas.
such persons prefer itto any other mode of spending EDW. IL LUDLOW, AuctlObr
their leisure. There can be no doubt that they act 17 IMPORTANT SALE O rF VATUiOALe
wisely in so doing; but some directions will be found .. .L... S LB
useful in guiding them and others to the proper choice DWELLING HOUSES AND BUILIMNO LOTS
of watering-places, which is a matter of much im- IN UNION PLACE ANO ITS VICINIT'rY
portance. I would here notice the fact, that many The subscribers will sell at public au titn at their
persons go year after yearto the same place-Margate, sales ,. -
Ramsgate, or Brighton-never changing their route or sales roaw,.13 Broad streeton TUESDAY,- the 29th
destination; aplan which considerably diminishes the day of Octoler instat, Aat 12 o',look, the-following
benefit that might be derived from theirtrips. Change Lands embracing THE ENTIR4 EA EXTRN
of scene and novelty are admitted to be the best re- FRONT OF UNION PLACEr etwee. 1t, and
storatives for those who are suffering from mental ex.- .NT OF NION PLACE., between iA and
citement of any kind, and are therefore always to be -.7th streets, and comprehending a mam ,f tha. ce-
desired. [Curtis on Health.] scnption of property, of unusual extent and Vaue,
.. .. .. ... The lots on the Square are 15 in numb .aad are
[For the Ntw York American.] each 125 feet deep. Eleven of the lots are 8fee
STANZAS WRITTEN IN AUTUMN. front and rear.- Two of them ae 27 feet, aad tlt re-
I stand upon my native hills; maun twoare 25 feetand 3 inohea. e
Below me flow my own bright rills, Tre ofthe. at, tow it: th ot atiheN. V. e er
Dim in the hazy light : of 14th treet-4tatattbe E .rs t ?ft ~f7tthiet,
Fair Summer's gentle reign is-o'er, and thie ot next adcent o the souA early sidi wim l be
The gathered harvest's golden store, old n h
Is all that marks her ight,- uia style of building the rminiag in sw~,a lota
Save when she turns her head, again, Ihe under
To smile uponthe ripen'd grain. T Wllla to Samuel BR ugm., (rt g d ts,
varying from 5&6i Wdollara for k4 bt, aooarl g to
How changed the scene sine smiling May, itsposition,) for the aggregate piod (inaodkiv t*i r'
With budding leaves shut out the day, newals) of EIGHTY YELAR$, exprin. oii the ,fday
And made a grateful shade ; of May, 1914.
Or when the fair and laughing June, The first term of the we for I ye expiring
Brought the warm sua and silver moon, 0o :the 1st May, 1864, and the eler will vtipulat to
To light the leafy gade, save the purchaser harmlen f a all ground reats dur
And shed a mottled light, on all 1 thhat period. by depeitag adequate ad Isawnfo
The pillars of her leafy hall. -'earity for its paymmnt with the New York Ufe in
8ALESOF STOCKS THIS DAY.
eporktd by.S. J,. Sylvester, *Woi, Stock and Ex
change Broker, 22 Wall street, and 130 Broadway.
25 American Exchange Bank.. 71--s 3d
Si i .- do do............ 72--cash
25 -- ,Dry Dock Bank ............ 62
75 do do............. 6lf-cash
50 -- do do............ 61J
25 Del. and Hudson Canal..--. 6Q -cash
100 do do .......... 60
10 do do..---------......... 60 -s 3 d
125 do............ 60 -s30
100 do............ 59 -s3C
50 'do do............ 59--s15 d
100 do do.............59j
100 do do-............ 59-9--3ds
50 do do---------............ 59
50 ::- do do... ..,..- 59--b3d
65 Illinois Bank.............. 61
10 Ohio Trust-............. 82
21 do o.a.; .. 81
25 do do........ 80
15 N.O. Canal& Bk. Co-.... 55
140 N. Am. Tru t .-........- 39-c-
100 'o do---------........... 39-c
50 d do............. ---aw
125 do do............ 38-
20 do do8............. 8,
50 do do.......... 3-38 -,- 30 ds
10 U. S. Bank .............. 70 q -c
50 do do-...-....... 60-- 10 d
50 do do............ 69-s nw
0 do do...........
50 -- do do.........69
100 do do ....-...8--s30
50 do do-............ 68---e 10 ds
50 do do---------........ 68--30
20 Kentucky Bank-.... ...... 661-b 3
10 do do...... ..... 6.5
25 .- dodo do............ 65J
50 do do............ 65 -
$10500 Corporation Bonds-.........- 93
50 Mechanics' Banking Ass. ..- 6t
40 do do ........-.. 61
60o -- CantonCo.-. ................
50 Mohawk R. R----------............. 50 -b3
15 Boston and Providkenee.., .93
200 Harlem Railroad-;....... 391
130 do do........... 39
100 do do .......-- .... -39s
155 do do-............ 3
100 do do........... 39i-b.30.
50 do do-........... 38-nw
100 do do..... 39 --L5ds
75 Utica & Scheneet'y:R. R.-._I15 -Monday
25 do do--------............ 11 -
$5000 Philadelphia Exchage ------.....--
$2500 Balt. Exchange..--------...--....... 6
15 Merchants Exchange Co.... -- 49
DELAWARE AND HUDSON CANAL CO.
COLLCTOK'30 OFFICE, HONteDAlE,
Saturday, Nov. 9, 1839.
Cleared at Honesdale for Rondout, during one
week, ending this day, 107 boats containing coal,
Total amount of coal' cleared at Honesdale for
Rondout, since 18th day of May last, 115,780. tons.
Arrived at Honesdale, from 'Rondout, during one
week, ending this .day, 108 boats with general
freight, J. B. WALTON,, Collector.
BRIGHTON MARKET-Nov. 11.
At market,1100 Beef Cattle, 850 Stores,,7 e Sheep
and 1280 Swine. ,
Beef Cattle-First quality'at $6,7 5, a 7; second
quality, $6,75 a 2,25 ; third quality, 14,50 a $5,25.
Stores-Sales dull; very few purchasers at market,
probably on account of the election. We quote year-
lings $10 a $12, tw" year old 315 a $26.
Cows and Calves-Dull; no sales noticed.
Sheep and Lambs--Lots were taken at 41,50, $1,62,
$1,81, $2, $2,25 and $2,50. "
Swine--Lots to peddle were taken at 4 a Ic. for-
Sows, and 5 a 5ce. for Barrows.. At retail, .5 a 5}c. for
Sows, and 6 a 6jc. for Barrows. There was a lot of
,Berkhire Shoats at make1 some of which were full
blooded, and sold, but'we did not learn the price.
h DIEb: ,-
On the 14th instant, Capt. WCLi. Sketchde3
an old and highly respectable ship mater and
owner, and one of the senior members of the St,
George's Society of this city, aged 64 years.
His friends generally, the members of the St.
George's Society, and masters of ships in, particu-
lar, are requested., to attend hi- funeral,, without
further invitation, to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, .
from 21 Broadway. :
At St. Augustine, Florida, on the Oth inst., of
the prevailing fever, Andrew AA.tor.am, M D.,
formerly of New Yorkr agdedI yew.a
ShIn the packet ihip W'ostaupter, from L ador-.
Dr 3 C Jdhnuston andldyj, Miw E' Jhuston,
H Lane, and Mater T Johnston, H Lwe, Miss E
Lane, Mrs Lloyd, D Addison, lay 3. a hidw and
servant, E A fKutae and ladp Miss- M E Kutze,
of NYork, T- Wallace, J W Wheeliright, Tv E
-Ray and lady, Miss E Ray, Masters E mndT Ray,
and 2 children, of London ; Mis RE Kearney, D
Blanclist, Mrs E B Gray and .child,l Miass-M T
Gray and C W Gray, MrsJ 3Iolt,-MX A M Qrant
and 2 children, J C Bennett, Mrs Kennedy, A Ur-
lin and lady, S Pritebay ,Mrs J Livags~ti, R
Rome, W Crowther, and 82 in the steerage. .
ST. gAmL'S COLLEGE. .
11J A gentleman having had e.perienc. as an In-
structor in the elements of English education, may
find a desirable situation in the traimmap School of
tbe above'named Institutio"n.
+++.. ......QWu mi. for 'bm.i: t
i sq *. Gutqtl wotiwge to h Mcei" # tie of-
io &, ..U W4kt ut,.and at Mesra L .R .i S Per
.ry', No. I Hanower street, till the 23d instiii, eincl
Ssie ; o on madWay, the 2,5th, the subscribers will
Ow 4rW fir the right cf dMiee. the grounds continue
sp e'indbe mea n 6im for public iTspectlbn, and lot ,
w ll kid out to sacoomodate the parties according
to te ader ofseWctomi. For rher iifotattioi, ap-
$y as ;bor.. :ave.
:, all w D. B. DOUGLASS, Presidint.
S,.. ANK OF COMMERCE IN NEW YORK.
L by d 4ctda tjaym o ie tibmeiforthiBtlment of Ten
'Dollr p r sham.Aso dm a .k-prouimOt may be postpon
ad until thl 18u F ubrury hext, by bich shareholder -
as MiD s ileect, they pa.ib interest thereon at th
.ra te o(iax pr, cat, per aunnu.
S3 irhdum of t"e .Dodvf Directora, '
oan til5 C'OB UE C JRTIS, Cashier.
in. i OOMeS TO LET.-A ege douae Room
with &amnl one "djoining. For terms apply at 412
tL^ "1 tt .
ftXl B!KWiTOW-Let bad writers look a
Aiblt~Pib 9 s20
B ~'&kALTON HOUSE, 350 and 352 Broadway
N. Y.-ZJMES BENSO ,.(well known for the last
U yrew mcatpuinof diffreat steamboats on the North
SRivr.). and FPREBBTO? M. HOEtJ S,; late of the
ClirrtaB H el, New York, 'have th pleasure of in-
forming; their friends and thes.pulic, that the CARL-
STON HOUSE, having been put in-complete order,
and refiniabed throughout, will bea opened for the re-
oeption of oompany Monday, 4th November.
E + MAIW' J@OUtRNAL. -
NEVW-.W 9XK AMERICAN, NOVEMBER 15,1839
High Water thi loorning, 2/. 52m.
,. LARED SINCE OUR LAST.
-i- S .r .r-Stenamer Great Western, Hosken,
Sfee Irtol, R. lrvin; Dhip' Catharine, Berry, Charles-
t.... Gem Suttom; aches Alexandria, Britton George-
town, D.%, Friend, Baker Boston; M. B. Roberson,
Harti*O, IebrN.C.; biaries, Dyer, Charleston,
.Badge& Peck; Wm. Byr Burs, Velasco, Oalves-
ton, &F.,,Ajtiur &.Bmwer, Extra, String, Phil!del-
bhi snalwa BuDhw vnm City Point, Norfri and
t.. "j l n-, Great Britain, French, for
SMobile, Rr JWalke r Havre, MKown,. Havre, Boyd
4& Hincken-, Gen. 1-odgman,' Baker,. Ponce, P.R.,
Avatar t Co;,brigs Powhatan, Girdle, City Point,
Caberlin & Lawrence,. Buenos Ayres, Stuart,
Chbrleston; Bordsme, Clase, New Orleans, P. Elwell;
~Pro b. herk CBatloteCaroine, Schlutow, Rotterdam,
". H. S-.iit Go.; schr Wm. Rosooe, Sherwood,
Boton;, ;Av.oca, Bo9wnell,; Edenton,N.,}4 Romp,
Grant, Oveston, :Texas, James Karny; Sequel, i
tr~ug, City Pont, a. f
&.-RRIVD THI0S MORNING.
S hip Westminster- Moore, from London and Ports-
mnoutb October 14th, with maze to J Grisweld, J Par-
taw, A Bell & Co, C W Fellows, R Martin, Wiley &
Putnam, D Waddou, Rogers & Co, W Wilcox, Carey
& Hunt, Robbins & Co, Middleton & Co, Masters &
Mwarkoe, E K Collins & Ooand others.
Ship Celia, Portes, 8 days from Savannah, with 30
tierces riee, to Scott & Morrell; 127 bales cotton, H.
Sislair, 26 dodo, C. Bolton, Fox & Livingston; 20 do
do, H.LCt & Co; 9 do do, E. J. Moore; 6 tierces
rice, C. d H. Leenard; 10 do do, Wheeler & Son; 170
bales cottn,. to order..
Ship E4win., Miner, 15 days from New Orleans,
.with. ton, to E D Hurlburt ; E Pere & Co ; De
Peoter "& Whitmarsh; Bogar& Haviland; A Ave-
rt&i Co ; Brown & Brothers; Johnson & Lowden ;
J oD Morgan. he. Torgugas, exchanged 4nala
*with brig Mobile,hee for Mobile "
SBarque Olenmeat; Sunlon, 52 days from St Peters-
bIn, with iron and hemp, to J 0 Ward; P Harmony;
W 0 Bell &&Co; and to order. Nov. 4, lat 43 52, Ion.
-55. saw bsrque ExpresA, fro, the Baltic, bound to
Brig Albertina, Eddey, 20 days from Trinidad de
Cuba, with sigar, I&c, to Chasterlain & Pannent.-
Sailed in company with brig' Cuba, Shankland, for
PPhiladelphia. Left brig Adeline, for Philadelphia, the
nly Afii. Vessel in port.
Br brig Queen Victoria, Price, 10 ds fin Bermuda,
in ballast, to Middleton & Co. Left no American
Bsrig Splens i, 7 d fIm Lubec, with plaster.
slciir Heroine, Van Duze '7 ds fm Garey's Ferry,
EP, with wood ..
Cohr Ceminthiiamb'ae, 7 ds roa Haliowell, with
SSchr Edenton Paket, Gray, 9ds fao. Washington,
N, N with naval stores,.
Sfehr Jsepjh anlkey, Edmonda, 5 ds fian St Marks,
"wi& n. .,
Shr Bolivar, Marago, 26 days from Tahasco, with
logwood, to Howland & Aapinwall.
BELOW-Ship H Alien, from Charlteston; brig
Amelia, Strog fmDarien. Also, 2 ships.
SAILED-Ships Virginian, Harris, for liverpool;
Memphis, New Orleans; 1Niantic, Canton; barque
Rapid, Havana, and others.
ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST
Ship Oemulgee, Burgess, 28 days from New Or-
leans, with cotton, to Scott & Morrill. Off Hatteras.
spoke schi Maria, 3 days hence, standing south.
Br. brig E merald, Beekwith, 28 days from Black
River, (Jam.) with 100 tons logwood, 200 bags pimento,
to Maitland, Kennedy & o. Left no Aros. Sailed
in co. with brig South Boston, for Philadelphia.
Brig Mary Helen, Hamilton, from Halifax, for Alex-
andria, was run into 3d day out by an Am. bng, from
Boston for Bridgeport, lost bow-prit, figure head, &c.
and put baqk to Halifax 31st ult.
SPoKEN, 6th inst, lat. 41, long, 72, brig Acton, Hunt,
from New York, fio Teneriffe.
NiEW HAVEN, Nov. )12-Arrived, sloops New
York, T'oIomsn,, *fotxNYork; President, Mallery, do.
PROVID-NCE, Nov. 13-Arrved, sloop Victory,
Heath, from New York.
BRIST6L, Nov. 12-Arrived, sehr Lydia, Nicker-
son, from NYork.-Sailed, brig Troy, Lake, whaling.
BOSTON, No*. 13-Arrived, barque Rosabella,
Foster, from Palermo; brigs Tenedos, Ellis, Malaga;
Antares, Libby, Philadelphia; schooner Union, Rydcr,
Richmond--came ountof Provincetown yesterday, and
left there ship Ariosto, from New York for Boston.
Cleared, brig Malta, Newell, Para; Attila, Cross,
Cienfuegos; Ida, Hallett, Baltimore; schooner Reeside,
Langley, New York.
PORTSMOUTH, N.H, Nov. 9-Arrived, schr.
Turk, Eldridge, from New York.-Cleared, Oceanus,
Bourne, for Charleston.
PHILADELPHIA, November 14-Arrived, brigs
Delight, Cormick, from New Orleans; Cuba, Shank-
land, Trinidad de Cuba; schooner Oneco. Tripp, New
Brig New Hanover, Carts, 11 days from Savannah.
Experienced very boisterous weather during the
pasrge-has been 8 duys to the northward of Hatteras
Cleared. ship Sarah Parker, Davis, for New Or
leans; brigs Oak, Ryder, Boston; Mark, Harron, do;
schr Gov. Francis, Norwood, do.
Below, ship Poeahontas, Turley, from Liverpool;
bark Delaware, Fisher, Boston; brig Paul T. Jones,
BALTIMORE, Nov. 13-Arrived, schr Ann Eliza-
beth, Somers, from New York.--Below, Bremen ship
Johannes, from Bremen.-Cleared, brig Alexander,
-Hows, St. Thomas.
ALEXANDRIA, D.C, Nov. 12-Sailed, ship Poto-
mac, for New Orlnans; brig Esther. Barbadoes; schrs.
Potomac, NYork; Wave, Boston. ,
FREDERICKSBURt, Nov. 13-Arrived, brig
Carter Braxton, Smith, Provincetown; schrs. Pelphi,
Nickerson, do; Mississippi, do; Love, do; Piper, Ca-
hoone: Boston: Danube, Studley, Scituate.
DACOKT SHIP RHONIk, FOR HAVORE.-The
L, pa- angmr wil embarken board the stearrboat
Rufus King.uat pier No. 1 N. R., tomorrow morning :
16th iast., at lfo'elock. ."
The Letter Bags will betaken from the usual places
at 1li o'clock."' nl
A MAl and his wife ein be accommocated with
Board on reasonable terms, with or without fur-
nished 'rooa. Inqruire t 39 Thompson st. n15
"I CA TILU l4BRARV ASSOCIATION.-
_.LVL Professor Dxsr'soN OMieeD will deliver his
fourth Lecture on METEOROLOGY, this evening,
at 7J oelock.
Subject-Of Meteorological Observations, and of
n15 .By oader of the Lecture Committee.
L ECTURES9 ON THE cLAW OF STORMS."
-Professor :rSPY, of Philadelphia, will deliver
a course of Lectures on the above subject, at the
Stuyvesant Institute, in which he will demonstrate,
by experinient, apiancipilWhretofore overl..oked, that
will explain al the phenomena connected with Sorm-s
.t4e6 formation un6C shape of clouds, changeable winds,
cross currents of air, and Barometic fluctuations; the
causeof hail, rain, and snow, &c.
S.,'The coarse will eonisat of five lectures.;-to corn-
isn Qar Monday eraniiig next, (the IPth inst.,) at*71
Wo'lop ckmpeirlv*--.ad tobe continued on the following
Wednesday .ud*Monday evening, till completed.
Tickets to be had a tte door of the Leeture Room,
or.at Messrs. Carvillh' Book store, corner of Broadway
and Pine street.. '
Single tickets to the course,...,..--.-....- 2 00
For a Gentleman and two Ladies,--....... 5 00
For i single Lecture,...-.-- .--i,...---... 50
N. B.-The Lecture will ocog .yone hour. Punc-
tual attendance is requested. ., '-
The,same Course will be delivered at t.he Lyceum,'
at Brookly, .on Tuesday and Friday evenings, C0m-
mencing-on Tuesay, the 19th inst. n 153t
T A CARD.
.LHE Managers oftLe LADIES' DEPOSITORY
solicit from the friends of their Society, store keepers
atid schols,i contributions towards a Fair, to be held
at their Depository on the 18th, 19th and 20th of De-
Donations- in cash, or fancy articles, may be left t
the Depository, No. 449 Broadway. n15 2tis*
RDETZSCH'S' FANCIES AND TRUTHS in
1 Six Engravings, invented and.engraved by Moritz
This beautiful original work of that celebrated man
is equal to any of his former works. Afewcopies only
received,forsaleby WM. A. COLMAN,
Where a complete set of his Works, in'tS vola may
N. B.-Whoever has curiosity, and would wvisl to
see an Original Drawing by Retzsch, they will not be
disappointed if they callU in at the National Gallery,
where it maybe seen, with many hundred other curio-
sities. nl5 3tis
C-HAWL VELTETS.-Opened this morning by
0 CLARKE & COMPANY,
1 case Parit Black Velvet, very superior quality, for
Shawls, atA ietremely low price, at
n15, 337 Broadway.
.U Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Re-
volution : being the letters of Benjamin Franklin, Silas
Deane, John Adams, John Jay, Arthur Lee, Wm. Lee,
Ralph Izard, Francis Dana, Wm;in Carmichael, Henry
Laurens, John Laurens, M. Dumas, and others, con-
cerning the foreign relations of the United States dur-
ing the whole revolution ; together with the letters in
reply from the secret committee of Congress, and the
Secretary of Foreign Affair. Also, the entire cor-
respondence of the French Ministers, Gerard and Lu-
zerne, with Congress. Published under the direction
of the President of the United States, from the original
manuscripts in the department of State, conformably
to resolution of Congress of March 27th, 1818. Edited
by Jared Sparks.
A copy of this scarce and valuable work for sale by
n15 :;CHAS. S. FRANCIS, 252 Broadway.
N EW BOOKS-Just published-
.Spenser's Poetical Works, beautiful edition,
published in Boston, in 5 vols. post 8vo.
Nicholas Nickleby, complete, with plates, in 1 vol.
royal 8vo. The same edition, without plates.
Burke's Works, in 9 vols. royal 8vo.
BII This is the most complete edition of Burke ex-
tant, beautifully printed, from the Boston press.
Count Dumas's Memoirs of the Revolution, the Em-
pire, and the Restoration, in 2 vols. 8vo. Forsale by
WILEY & PUTNAM,
: English and American Booksellers,
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the present state of science, by Thomas Smibertx Li-
centiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edin-
burgh. Price ls. 6d.
Marmion, a Tale of Flodden Field, by' Sir Walter
Scott. Price lOd.
Lady of the Lake, a Poem, by Sir Walter Scott.
lThe Cottagers of Glenburnie, by Mrs. Elizabeth
Hamilton, with a Memoir of thl Author. Pice
Is. 6d. n15
SIR JOHN FROISSART'8 CHRONICLiS,
l newand cheap edition.-D. APPLETON & CO.
have now for sale at their European and American
Book Store, 200 Broadway, a further supply of that
valuable and hitherto scarce work-
Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the
Adjoining Countries, from the latter part of the Reign
of Edward 2nd, to the Coronation of Henry 4th, by
Sir John Froissart, translated from the French edi-
tions, with variations and additions, from many cele-
brated MSS., by Thomas Johnes, Esq., to which are
prefixed a Life of the Author, an Essay on his Works,
and a Criticlam on his H story, in 2 vols. royal 8vo.,
with 116 Embellishments from contemporary authori-
ties, and illuminated title; extra cloth.
In this new and' elegant edition, the Chronicles of
Sir John Froiasart are for the first time brought within
the roassk of the public. They have been for many
years the. delight of all those who have been able to
form an' acquaintance -with the chivalrous pages of
thi4 "Herodqots of a barbarous age ;" but the scarcity
and high price offormet editions, has hitherto limited
their circulation to a small range of readers, The
present impression is by far the most complete and
carefully edited of any English edition; and the in-
terest of the work is much increased by the numerous
illustrations, which offer faithful representations of the
manners, customs, and habits of that eventful period.
HISTORY OF ENGLAND, with Illustrations
by Hume and Smollett, with a continuation by
the Rev. '. S. Hughes, B. D., in 21 vols. 12mo.
Faust, a Dramatic Poem, by Goethe, translated into
English prose, with notes, &c. by A. Hayward, Esq.;
3d edition, 12mo.
Conversations for Sabbath Evenings, on our Lord's
Life and Ministry ; chiefly intended to elicit the Gos-
pel Harmony, with an appendix, containing a History
and Description of the Tabernacle and the Temple-
by R. Mimpriss;,with 50 pictorial illustrations, from the
old masters-square 12mo., in a case.
McCulloch's Smith's Wealth of Nations, 1 v. 8vo.
Byron's Life and Works, in two vols., royal 8vo.,
bound in neat cloth, or elegantly bound in Turkey mo-
Heath's Shakspeare Gallery, beautifully colored,
4to, or royal 8vo.
Spenser's Poetical Works, in 5 vols., 12mo., ele-
gantly bound in morocco, or neat cloth.
Imported and for sale by
WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broadway, N. Y.,
n1 5 and 35 Paternoster Row, London.
M ILMAN'S EDITION OF GIBBON'S DE-
CLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN
EMPIRE.-This day is received and for sale by D.
APPLETON & CO. at their European and American
Bookstore, 200 Broadway,(
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman
Empire, by Edward Gibbon, Esq., with Notes by the
Rev. H. H. Milman, supplying and correcting the defi-
ciencies of Gibbon, by the Researches of subsequent
authors, complete in 12 beautiful octavo volumes,
Also, uniform with the above-
The Life of Edward Gibbon, Esq.; with Selections
-~ --E TnE. -,
L- HIS BVENIN~"-Nov. 15, will be performed
the Opera of LA A6 NNAMBULA-E vii, Mr
Manvers; Count Rodilpho, Giubilei; Alessio, Martyn;
Amina, Mrs Martyn; Liza, Mrs Creswick. I
After which, A PAS SEUL, by Madame Arraline.
After which the Entertainment of THE INN-
KEEPER OF CALAIS; or, One for Seven-Oc-
tave, and half a. dozen other characters,by Mons."Alex-
To conclude with the Farce of CATCHING AN
IEIRESS-Tom, Mr Chapman; Baron Sowercrout-
zensausengea, Chapman; Caroline Gaytori, Mrswrei-'
wick; Sally Giggle, Mrs Vernon.
Doors open at 7 o'clock, performance commences at.
7j o'clock. Boxes, $1; Pit, 50 cta.; Gallery, 25 cts.
(Broadway, adjoiing 6Niblo's Gardens.)
T MR. FORREST.
T HIS EVENING. Nov. 15. will be performed the
Play of THE LADY OF LYONS-Claude Mel-
nottc, Mr Forrest; Beauseant, Wallack, junr, Glavis,
Walton; Colonel Damas, Lambert; Deachappelles,
Powell; Gasper, Rogers; MW'me Deschappelles, Mrs
Russell; Widow Melnotte, Mrs Rogers; Pauline, Miss
To conclude with the new Farce of BUT HOW-
EVER-Chizler, Mr Browne; Standwell, Salter; Ga-
by, Baldock; Prowl, Rogers; Cashmere, Walton;
Mrs Juniper, Mrs Russell; Julia, Coad.
Price of Tickets toT arquette and Boxes $1-Upper
Tier of Boxes, 50 cents. Seats can be secured at the
Box Office of the Theatre, and at Horn & Davis' Mu-
sic Store, 367 Broadway, where a plan of the Theatre
is kept. Doors open at half past 6, and the perform-
a .ato commence precisely at 7 o'clock.
Trr BOWERY THEATRE.
HIS EVENING, November 15, will be presented
the Grand Roiance entitled GIAFAR AL BARME-
KI ; or, The Fire Worshippers-Haroun Alraschid,
Proctor;. Giafar al Barmeki, Barry; Black Hassan,
Blakely; Khatoun, Mrs Shaw; Princess Abassa, Pruc-
The evening's entertainments will conclude with
the Melo Drama of THE LADY OF THE LAKE
-Roderick Dhu, Mr Proctor; Fitz James, B try;
Douglas, Woolford; Red Murdoek, Blakely; Ellen,:Mrs
Proctor; Blanche of Devon, Mrs Herring.
Doors open at 6j. Performances commence at 7
o'clock. Boxes, 75 cts.; Pit, 37j; Gallery 25.
A CARD.-TO THE PUBLIC.-The Managers
of the Bowery Amphitheatre, 37 Bowery, ani-
mated by the patronage of the citizens generally, and
by *Ls continued support of the first families during
the last winter season, respectfully announce that they
have, at great expense, and with unwearied exertion,
engaged a company ot unequalled talent in every de-
partment of the Arena, and propose re-opening on
THURSDAY, the 21st Nov. inst., with a new Grand
Series of Skilful Displays in Gymnastics, classical
Acts on the single courser, and every style of exbibi-
tion, tending to illustrate the sagacity, temper and
training of a stud of beautiful Horses.
The Vaulters, Gymniasts and Mimics, who will ap-
pear in the entr'actes, are of the first reputation in
their different departments.
A series of Ballets will be represented by children,
expressly educated for that school of performance,
aiaed by every advantage of dress and proper appurte-
This limited description will conclude with the an-
nouncement of a grand series of Historical Scenes and
Events, employing the whole Equestrian Company,
and including Dances, Combats, Action of Panto-
mime, aided by Music, Characteristic Costume, Ban-
ners and Insignia of all nations, now preparing on an
unexampled scale of care and magnificence.
The Orchestra will be full and complete in all its de-
Further particulars in the course of a few days.
PANORAMAS OF LIMA AND THEBES.-
MR. CATHERWOOD respectfully informs the
public that the magnificent Panorama of LIMA, the
capital of Peru, in South America, is now open for ex-
hibition at the new Rotunda, comer of Prince and
Mercer streets, Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
This Panorama is one of the most beautiful ever
painted, and conveys to the spectator a most exact
idea of tropical scenery. It embraces the whole ex-
tent of the city, with a view of the grand Catheral, all
the principal Convents, Churches, and Hospitals; the
Public Square, the Palace, or Government House, the
Cemetary, the Mountain of San Christophal, the
Snowy Range of the Andes, 18,000 feet high, the Port
of Callao, the Pacific Ocean, &c. &e.
Also exhibiting, the Panorama of THEBES, IN
EGYPT, which presents the stupenduous Ruins of
the Temple.of Karnak, with its colossal gateways and
obelisks, the Statues of Mlmnon, the River' Nile, the
jybian Mountains., &c.
Hours of exhibition from 9 min the morning till dusk,
and from 6 to 9 in he evening. Admittance,25 cents
to each Panorama? o12
WEST'S CELEBRATED PICTURE,
I CHRIST REJECTED"
S now on view, at the STUYVESANT INSTI-
TUTE, Broadway, near Niblo's. The above splendid
painting, for which the artist refused ten thousand guin-
ea in London, contains upwards of one hundred figures,
and i 22 feet long and 161 feet high. It has been pro-
nounced by some connoisseurs to be the finest picture
in the world. Admittance 25 cents. Catalogues 121
cents. Season tickets 1 dollar. Lighted at dusk.
DROGRAMME OF MISS SHIRREFF AND
SMR. WILSON'S Second Concert, at the Cit)
Hotel, Friday evening, November 15. 1839.
Piano Forte-MR. MAEDER.
Duett-" There's a spell that doth bind
thee," Miss Shirre4 and Mr. Wilson, Romer
Recitative and Air from the Opera of Ami-
lie, Mr. Wilson,
Recitative-" The Ice Clad Alp."
Air--" Who has not marked." Rooke
Scena-From the Opera of Le Pre aux
Air--'" Scenes that ne'er from memory
Allegro-" Far from these sad towers." Herold
Irish Melody-"Themeetingof the waters,"
arranged for three voices, Miss Shirreff,
Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Maeder, Maeder
Recitative and Air-From the Opera of Le
Pre aux Clercs-Mr. Wilson, '" Lovly
Lady Mine," Herold
Scotch Song-" I'm o'er young to marry
yet," Miss Shirreff.
Duett-" The Birks of Aberfeldy," by re-
quest, Miss Shirreff and Mr. Wilson.
Irish Ballad-(by desire) "Rorj O'Morc,"
Mr. Wilson, Lover
Song-" Home of my Childhood," Miss
Shirreff, accompanied by herself on the
Piano Forte, Herold
Duett-Fronm La Sonnambula, Good
Night, Love," Miss Shirreff and MrWil-
Scena-From the Opera of Fra Diavalo,
descriptive of the life of a Brigand, Mr.
Recitative--"My companions are warn'd."
Air--" Proudly and wide my standard flies."
Recitative--" Now a poor and simple maid appears."
Cantabile-" Wenever ought demand from the fair."d
Allegro-" Then since time flies so fast away."
Tyrolean Song-From Amilie-" When
the morning first dawns," Miss Shirreff, Rooke
Strauss's Rosa Waltz, arranged as a Duett,
"With the first blush of morn." Miss
Shirreff and Mr. Wilson.
Romance-" The unwilling bride," Mr.
Serenade-From the Opera of Diadeste,
Oh hasten, dearest lady," with Guitar
accompaniment, Mr. Wilson, Balfe
Rondo-From the Maid of Artois-" The
rapture dwelling," Miss Shirreff, Balf}
Scotch Ballad-" My boy Tammie," Mr.
Scotch Ballad-." 0 whistle and I'll come
to you my lad," Miss Shirreff.
Duett-" Though I leave you now in sor-
row," Miss Shirreff and Mr Wilson, Scotch Melody
The Piano Forte from the manufactory of Stodart,
Worcester & Dunham.
Tickets $1 each, to be had at the Music Stores and
at the Citv Hotel. PPrfnrmannc ton nmmonne at 71
rm I SALE POSTPONEPD.-The entire atoe,
X of elegant Rosew&t anul Msah any Prlarlr an
Bed-roomg Futoure,: beit& the exclusive uiaufacture
of the proprietor, Peter Wood, will positively be sold
at auction on Saturday, the It$ .liast., at 10 o'clock.
The catalogues are ready, and ihe furniture'may be
,,examined any time previous to the sale.
Note-The above was postponed from Thursday)
the 14th, on account of the a oji-.
BLEECKE1 k& VA1NtYK9E,
nl4 i Auctioneers.
NWE TORK AND-ERIE BiWLROAD6STATE
SSTOCK.-Notice is erebd, ven that the New
York and Erie Railroad Companywill sell at public
auction, at the Merchants' Exchange, in the city if
New York, on Friday, the 8th day of Decemberaext,
at one o'clock, P. M., under the direction of the pmlnp-
troller, One Hundred Thousand .Dollars of Nw York
State Stock, bearing interest at th1ie'fat4 four and a
half per cent. per annum, from the first day of January,
1840, inclusively, payable quarterly, on the sint is of
January, April, July and October; beieg *tock sued
in pursuance of chapter 226 of the lawV of said State
of the year 1838, and is reimbursable at the pleasure
of the State.
The office of the Manhattan Company in the city
of New York, is'detignated as the place for the regis.
try and transfer of said stock, and will be the place for
payment of interest thereupon.
The stock will be soldi'i certificates of $1000 each,
and the buyers will be required to pay the amount of
their purchases respectively immediately after the
sale, when transfers will be made accordingly.-New
York, November 12. 1839., By order,
n12 d3w E. LORD, President.
BOND STREET HOUSES AND LOTS--
POSITIVE CHANCERY SALE.--Will be
peremptorily sold, at public auction, under the direc-
tion of Daniel Ulman, Esq., Master in Chancery, on
TUESDAY. Nov. 19th, at No. 17 Broad street, the
modern Dwelling Houses and Lots,VNos. 37i 39, and
41 Bond street. For dimensions, &c., see Master's
advertisement. n13 Stis
Fiom the foot of Barclay st.
The COLUMBUS, Tuesday, Thursdy, and Satur-
day mornings, at 7 o'chWlk. :
From the foot of Cortandt street. "
The SWALLOW, this afternoon, at 6 o'clock.
The DE WITT CLINTON,tomorrow afternoon,
at 5 o'clock.
NOTICE.-All goods, freigl, baggage; bank bills,
specie, or any other kind of-preIpefty, taken, shipped,
or put on board the boats ofth4i line, inmust be at the
risk of the owners of such god9, freight, baggage, &o
FOR:.NEW 0 EAN--Louisiaa
and New York Line-irt Rtegular Parket
for Monday, 18th instnt.-The: fast saling
pacet ship SHAKSPEARE, Captain, E; CormellU
will sail as above. For freight or passage, having
handsome furnished accommodations, apply on board,
at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to-
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
No freight received after Satwday, 16th instant.
Passengers by this shi will =ease be on board the
steamboat Hercules at White"l, on Monday next,
the 18th inst. at 12 o'clock, at which time the ship will
LIVERPOOL LINE OF PACKETS-
To sail on the 7tltDec.-The packet ship
INDPENPENODEN Ezra Nye, master,
will sai as above, her regu :Haay.
For freight or passage, h&4g splendid and une-
qualled accommodations, apply to
n9 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO., 134 Front st
LONDON LINE OP PAC&KETS-r-To
sail on the ft December--The packet ship
c ONTARIO, W. K. Bradish, master, will sail
as above, her regular day. For freight o passage. ap-
ply to the captain on 'board, at the foot of Maiden lane,
orto GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
n9 134 Front street.
OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS
ri ^--Regular Packet of the 19th Nov.-The
S new and splendid packet ship NEW YORK,
of 1000tons burthen, Capt. Wm. C. Barstow, wiismail,
as above, her regular day. For freight' or .
having accommodations unsurpassed for elegaote d
comfort, apply to the Captain an board, att be ot of
Beckman street, or to
GOODHUE & CO, 64 South st, or
C H. MARSHALL. 38 Burling slip.
The elegant packet ship CAMBRIDGE, Capt. Ira
Bursley, will succeed the New York, and sail on the'
1st December. -. 4 n2
E FOXR LIVERPOOL.--[New 1.44-
Packet of 25th Nov.-Theaga t4@t
ship ROSCIUS, Captain Jot (drUwM,
of 1100 tons burthen, will sail as above. BW fmdb
"or passage, having accommodations wmPifsdM-
splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orimajs
wharf, foot of Wall st., or to
E. K. COLLINS & CO,, oatk st.
The packet ship S H&DONS, Oa~as N. S. Pal-
mer, will succeed the Rocii and sail 25th Dec.
No alteration will be made in the PRIOB of .ssage
or FARE by this line. MoIuberot passengers limited.
FOR IWaT OR CHARTER.--The
% A. 1. f ~If l6 bark DANIEL WEB-
eSTEB MM~,r of 84 tons burthen,
now lying at the foo e of D stvea street, and in perfect or-
der for a voyage.
Apply to GRINNELLU MINTURN & CO.
n6 78 South street.
NTEW YORK LYCEUM LECTURES.-The
Board of Directors of the New York Lyceum,
would respectfully make known to the members of the
Institution and the public generally, that they have
made arrangements for a Course of L~stures to be de-
livered during the coming season in tb.Broadway Tabj
ernacle, to commence Thursday evening, l1st inst.,
and continue on the same evening of each week, as
By Hen. CALEB CUSHING, Introductory Lecture.
By ORVILLE DEWEY, D. D., one lecture, on "the
advantages of mixing intelligence with the business and
the arts of life."
By Hon. ALEX'R H. EVERETT, one lecture, on
the Battle of New Orleans."
By JAMes H. RAYMOND, Esq, on "the Constitution
of the United States."
By Rev. J. 0. CHONLES, two lectures, on the
life and times of Oliver Cromwell."
By JOHN NEAL, Esq., two lectures, 1. Eloquence,
ancient and modem. 2. Self Education.
By Rev. WILLIAM HAGUE, one lecture, on the cul-
tivation of Taste."
By JOHN H. GRISCOM, M. D., one lecture, on "the
formation of the human body."
By M. M. NOAH, Esq, one lecture, on the calami-
ties of authors."
By Rev. JOEL PARKER, one lecture, on the for-
mation of character."
By WILLIAM L STONE, one lecture, A counter-
blast to tobacco, NOT after the manner of King
By REMBRANDT PEAL, Esq., one lecture, on the
By JOHN 0. SARGENT, Esq., one lecture, on "Tal-
By Hon. HORACE MANS, one lecturt, on "' Educa-
By Hon. SAM'L. L. SOUTHARD, one lecture.
By RuFvs BABCOCK, D. D., on "The Cultivation
Tickets for the course, to admit a lady and gentle-
man, $3. The same to members $2, and extra tickets
forladies, $1, can be had ofthe treasurer,John L. Sal-
isbury, 24 Barclay street; John S. Taylor, Nassau
street, opposite the City Hall; -- Raynor, 76 Bow-
ery; Embree, 77 East Broadway, or G. Miller,
647 Broadway; sad GOa4L, Newman & Saxton, cor-
ner of Fulton and Naowastreets.
Those who dei to .acnre tickets for the course,
are remiilded that aeaoy application will be neces-
Members 'wo please get their tickets from the Trea-
B OWERY CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 76
Bowery.-The Proprietors of this Library, would
respectfully give notice that this is one of the oldest
and largest Circulating Libraries in this city. It'now
contains nearly six thousand volumes, consisting of
Novels, Tales, Romances, Histories, Voyages, Tra-
vels, Lives, Adventures, Plays,. Poems, Magazines,
Reviews, Trials, &c.-and is constantly receiving
additions of all the new works of merit.
PERIODICALS-London and Westminster Re-
,Ao 17--:--n nint., riv*.. vip, P> r C-:t..;-..iLrb R -;--.
SREAT WESTERN.--A gentleman who hal ta-
"ken thi e best Stateroom in this packet for himself
and 1dy, will not go the next passage, aad is willing
to pare it. Apply to' : :
n9 6t* .JOHN MITCGELL4 l2 Wall st.
NTOTICE.-At a meeting" the Trustees of the,
N New York Life Insuraice and Trust Company,
held Tuesdaky 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.
NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY DYE AND
(Office No. 107 William street, above Maiden Lane.)
T- HE proprietor ofl, those works having added new
I and improved machinery and buildings, is pre-
pLred to receive, .j .the case or single 'piece, Silks,
Sathis, Sarsanots, (ro de Naps, Crapes, Silk and
Cotton Velvets, Hosiery, Cloths, Caaslmeres, Meri-
nos, MIuslin de Laines, to dye, restore, dress, arnd put
up in merchantable order.
A part of the establishment is appriat'd to the
JOB AND FANCY DYEING. BUSINESS. ,Silk
and Woollen garments, Shawls, Ribbons, Veils, Plush,
Table Covers, Carpet, Furniture, dyed and. finished
in the most improfe4 w manr.
Messrs. ChadwfikOarriagton & Co.) :
Messrs. H. -Auchin10os4 & ons. x Nq. York.
Messrs. Stone, Swan; & Co.
Carpets, Rugs, Piano and Table Covers,' cleaned
New York, October 25, 18390 o25 Imis
PACKET SHIP OXFORD, .FROM LIVER.
POOL.-Consignees by this ship wfll please send
their permits on board at .tie feit of Bfekman street,
as all goods not permitted infve days will unavoidably
be sent to the public store. 4l14
SHIP SOUTHERNERt, .from Liverpool, is now
discharging under general order. oods not per-
mitted at once will be sent tothe public store. :
n14 -;j00DHUE q CO.
TOWARD INSURANWf COMPANY.-The
I'J L annual electionif Director of this Company will
'Ue held at their office; No. 54 Wall street,on Thursday,
December 5th 1839, commencing at 12 and closing at
2 o'clock. P. M. 14 3w
R OARD--A. gentleman and lady, or two or ftree
)gentlemen, can be accommodated with pleasant
rooms;, furnixhld, (including a parlor op the first floor,)
and board, at 4S Bl0eeker st. n13 3t*
T"E MOVAL.--The office of the Old Line Liverpool
-I Packets is removed from 64 South street to the
new granite buildings in Burling slip, one door from
o2 lm C. H. MARSHALL;
NTQTICE.-All persons having claims against the
estate of JOHN MASON, deceased, will pre-
'sent the same t either of the subscribers at the Che-
prical DBank. ISAAC JONES, ,
A. GORDON HAMERSLEY,
BANK OF THE .STATE OF NEw YORK, :
November 1st, 1839. 4
tPZiE President and Directorm have this day decla-
JL red s dividend of four per cent. on the capital
stock, which will be paid to the stockholders or their
il:al representatives after the 10th inst. The trans-,
fer books will be closed to the 10th.
nl Im.is R. WITHERS, Cashier.
MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY,
No. 44 Wall street, New York.
MARINE, INLAND NAVIGATION, & FIRE
INSURANCE.-The Mutual Safety Insurance Com-
pany, citartered by the Legislature of this State, sub-.
mit the following statement in relation to the Institu
tion an(d ts advantages.
The premiums charged, terms of credit, conditions
of insurance and general mode of transacting business,
are precisely similar to those of the most approved of-
fices in t is city.
The net 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
amine period,) will be divided annually among those
wBo have paid said premiums, and in proportion to the
saerral 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
boido and mortgages, and public stocks.
The premiums accruing upon risks taken since the
issueof the first policy on the 18th of December, 1838,
:mpowut, at the present time, to more than FOUR HUN
*sD iIN D .EIGHTY THOUSAND dollars, (480,000)
from which, it is to be presumed, that the premiums of
each year will not only pay all the losses aad expenses
'i^|tevarr. 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&nount of
Zebedee Cook, Junr. Moses Taylor
Gulman C. Verplanck Charles Sagory
Robert B. Minturn William H. Aspinwall
Pelatiah Perit Caleb Bartlett
George T. Elliott John Harper
Rutus L. Lord Adam Norrie
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. Dorr Joseph Blunt.
ZEBEDEE COOK, Jr., President.
ALFRED PELL, Vice President.
JOS. B. COLLINS. Secretary. s4ms tf
G RAND AND UNEQUALLED DISPLAY OF
SPLENDID NEW STYLES IN FRENCH
EMBROIDERIES, at 359 Broadway.
The following are the leading articles:
Brussels Lace Pelerines, Mantillas and Collars,
very rich Lace and Muslir, Shawls, Squares and half
Squares, Lace and Muslin Pelerines and Capes, seve-
ral thousand Lace and Muslin trimmed Collars, Habit
Shirts, with and without Collars, Chemisettes, Stom-
achers, and great quantities of Muslin and Lace Cuffs,
Children's Collars, Caps, Crowns, &c.
Particular attention is requested to the extraordina-
ry assortment of Babies' Robes, Baptismal Dresses,
Frock Bodies, Cambric Caps, &c.
Upwards of 4000 yards Muslin Insertings, Edgings,
A large quantity of soiled Collars, at 3s.; soiled
Muslin Edgings and Insertings, 3d. a yard.
Very rich Embroidered Handkerchiefs.
The subscriber feels much confidence in recom-
mending his Lace Goods, consisting of some of the
richest Laces in New York. The following are a few
of the various kinds :
Valenciennes Laces and Edgings.
Mechlin do. do.
Point de Paris do. do.
Lisle do. do.
Brussels do. do.
English Thread do. do.
Black Lace of all kinds.
An assortment of rich Laces, Sleeves, Barbes,
Berthes and Scarfs, flowered with gold and silver.
Black and White Point de Paris Veils, demi Veils,
asid Curtains, Fillet Veils, Scarfs and Shawls.
Black and White Brussels Veils, demi Veils, and
A large lot of Black Lace Veils, very cheap, having
been a little wet.
Ladies will find it to tneir interest to visit 359 Broad-
way before purchasing, as they will save at least 30
per cent. on every article bought from the subscriber.
JAMES BECK, 359 Broadway.
RIU A BOY WANTED. n9tf
W"ATER-PROOF CLOAKS AND COATS,
OF MACKINTOSH'S PATENT.-Another
assortment of these light, fashionable, and warm gar-
ments, of superior quality, just landed from the Or-
pheus, at prices from $12 50-100 to $17 50-100 each,
for sale singly or wholesale, by
n8 2aw Imis J. B. FLEMING, 29 Nassau st.
S J. SYLVESTER'S REPORTER and Coun-
terfeit Detector, published this day, containing
ICt SEE FIRST PAVE 4TH12SPAPSER
MR. BRISTOW'S WRITINO'ACADEMY
at No. 175 Broadway, for PruLs OF" AL.
Adzs, Day and Evening.
THE ANTI-ANGULAR SYSTEM -OF
Fou SPEEDILY acquiring. with certainty and ease,
in 12 Lesons, a beautiful, free, and handsome Running
han Commercial or Epistolary, expeditious for the
Counting House,-elegant and delicate for the L4BrIs.
Academy No. 175 Broadway, N. Y. '
Mt. BRtIS'ow has the hbnor-of announcing to the
Ladies and Gentlemen of New York and Brooklyn,
that he has RIBTtRNgD to the city, from a very flatter-
ing and successful visit at Boston, and has RB-oPr'ncD
his old Established Institution for Writing, No. 175i
Broadway, for the RECEPTION or PUPILS OF ALL
AGzs, and of'ry capacity, Day ald Evening..
THIS CELX*ATED, unrivalled, and univeri y ap-.
proved Systeim of Writing is AoAim 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 expressly
adapted to all the Merantie purposes of Life and Ba-
siness in tkis Commercial Oity.;for Letters, Bills of
Exchange, Invices, 'Sales, Orders, Notes, Reseipts,
Ac't Ct, the Journal Entry, and the Ledger, and i
POSITIVELY' cAuired every one, from the ages of
TE"N to SIXTY, I
IN TWELVE EASY- LESSONS, OF ONE
-HOUR EACH! .
No matter how Bad, Indi fe nt, eIllegla, )Deformed,
Cramped,or Confirmed, the Pupil's wiu may be.
THE LADIES m"et daily at 11 and 12 o'clock;
these Hours are' devoted entirely t6.Ladies,-they are
taught in 12 Lessons a tuPy' near,.wi l dewatr
atidelegant style of Writing, the ard faSfwonabte .e
of the day.
THE GENTLEMEN are taught a Bold, free, and
expeditious ; Rnnung-hand-.Unsurpaassd for the
Counting Room! and highly efficient for Al Mercatile
MJ?' The Steel and 'Common Pen or Quill, are both
' used at Mr B's Academy.
Dri Persons who know not how to wtrie at afl, or have
netr written, are taught to write an elegant hand in
Eighteen Lessona!! .cll'r
"*** Merchants and Strigers visiting New York
can complete a course of Lessons in 2or 3 days.'.
N. B.-Mr Bristow is to be seen from 9 A. M., to 1,
or from 3 to 8 P.M. r
I7 IMPROVEMEN'T being guaranteed. Additional
Lessons will be given, abovev the the Twelv)free of
extra charge, if found necessary, by Mr B--d'ier to
give full satisfaction to te-erya .$ s19
GI' 8 Cedar st., nearBroadwsy.
*C., C. MARSH, Accountant, informs the public
that his Rooms continue open every evening, from 7 to
9 o'clock, for the purpose of giving instruction in the
Theory and Practice of Book-keeping. The course
averages about 20 lessons, which may. be taken ,i =sue.
cessive evenings,, or at the convenience of thZe pupil,
as theinstruction is individual and not in classes i
SInstrution is also givey atding the day,if-sm 9 to 2,
an'.,4 to 6..
Piropeetuses, with terms, and' af ll accom*t of the
method may be had at the Rooms, s21
IM R. ACHILLE GARIDELLI, Professor of- he
Flute, Pupil of the celebrated TULON, has the hpnor
to inform his friends and thle public ingneral, that at
the. rreuest of'many individuals, he wi jgive lessons,
on the Flute, in Singing, and in the accompaniment of
the Piano, after the manner most rebcertly practised at
Milan, in Italy.
He will receive applications at his residence, No.
113 Leonard street, at from 8 to 10 o'clock, A. M.,and
from noon to 3 o'clock, P M. o29 lais...
1E MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL.
.* C. ROSS, for many years 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, for recitation of three hours, limited to fifteen.
Terms, $1(lper month.: Instruction,will be -gen in
the evening, to those who may desire it. For further
information, inquire as above, or at No. 7240Green-
wich street, 5 Irr* .*
R IDING SCHOOL FOR GENTLEMEN.-k-Teh
Subscriber respectfully informs those gentlemen
who may wish his instruction in the art of Horseman
ship, and those who wish to ride for exercise, that his
Evening School will commence on Monday eve-n ,,
Nov. llth, and will open every evening in the wi
(except Sundays) during the winter. Hours fom 7- to
9 *'clock. Terms nadkewnew at thie Schl, 137
Mercer street. School firt ladies is open daily (Sun-
days excepted) from 10 to 2 o'clock.
nil 'Iwis JOHN S. ROULSTONE, ProprietOr.
DANCING AND WALTZING ACADEMY.-
.1. Madame FERIRERO take' pleasure to inform her
friends and patrons that her saloon and house destroy-
ed by fire in June last'are entirety rebuilt, with consid-
erable improvements and conveniences for her pupils,
(the saloon is painted with a new design by the same
Italian artist, Signor Capelli,) and theclasses will be-
gin on Wednesday, the 16th of October.
Days and 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 ladies and masters on the following
days, viz.:-Wednesdays and Saturdays. and Tues-
days and Fridays, at half nast 3 o'clock. The gentle-
men's dancing and waltzing class will be on Monday
and Thursday evenings at half past 7 o'clock, and the
gentlemen's waltzing class at the same hour on Tues-
dayvs and Fridays.
Private classes, private, lessons, an.f young ladies'
seminaries, punctually attended to. Every variety of
waltzing is taught without any extra charge: and pri
vate soirees (exclusively for the pupils and 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 Italian and
Frencn languages. a26 eod3m
J. P. W RIGHT,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
(Office of the New York American.")
No. 18 NEW STREET, N. Y.
All orders executed with neatness and punctuality
on moderate terms.
Chancery Bills and other Law Works'carefully print-
ROOMS 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
TO SOCIETIES.-The Library Room in the
SLyceum 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, $5 ber single evening,
n8 tf JOHN C. JAY, 22 Bond st.
f ECTURE ROOM TO LET, by the day, night,
L1j or year, in the Lyceum Building, No. 563 Broad-
way. Apply to JOHN C. JAY,
n8 tf 22 Bond st.
TO LET-The three story brick House, No.
*ii 89 Walker street. The house is in excellent
I..ULorder, and can be seen at anytime, on applica.
tion to JOHN C. JAY,
nll Iw No. 22 Bond st.
FOR SALE-A house at Hoboken, the re-
i sidence of the subscriber, with large garden,
l.Ugrape vine, asparagus beds, &c. The furniture,
all new and of the best kind, may be had also, with
right of ferriage. Can be seen at any time.
JOSHUA R. SANDS.
Hoboken, Nov. 5, 1839. n7
M TO LET-A convenient Office in the new
granite building in Burling slip, one door from
.. LSouth st. Inquire of C, H. MARSHALL, 38
Burling slip. o30 tf
Jd& TO LET-From the 1st November V tlB 1st
inl May next, the two story brick House, Ni510
"I Broome street. AoDlv to
WALDEN PILL, *uAiom .er. ;
,'BYiD. & W. PBLIf --
.. Store No. 87 Wa e eat.
At t of 11 qlok in frief the 4i6sfiw e.
Wine--124 llfs and qua rcasks 8w0aJtr Wine,
for cash. ..
Madeira Wine-,-5 hbds.
Champalgne-4(e beas e,.. M iOinoere" brand
Champaigne. .HU DA.
At I of 11 o'clock, iferoatef t&t tctioj room. ;.
8egar--7,000 IHavama Aej's.
L. M. HOFFMAN, AtotwoiMr "
BY L. aM. HOPMXAN 3C,
SStom eomer t .f W&DI5 .J Bt Ateist.
L. M. Hoffima. & Co. will it04E.a stnMim to
Furniture Sales. .. L ...
TOMOB I "-W=, /, +' i,
At 11 o'doek, ia'frt ab.e~ t roott
Drags, medioinesa, &c.-"Ir PtOezP iof f it
mav concern, 9 pkg Mtorted'dr ediciW i, &o.
Pitch-30 stands DnBsa* pDt1 '
Wax--408 b aelinasrD v .. --
Hemp-10 tons B=ari he"p' r
Tobacc-2- bhds -aimmM ale tob"e .
Rags- 50 bales dsoed Trm t w .g
Bu.--5 oo a ex t o ibr' ... i
CdtvD--,e baledr ai |edevtR g .-
Segars-40M Flerida ae=ss$ .".v
Sugpr-20ao hbdsPt 1. tra z q.
Also, for acomaof woma it m r~ noeem, 60 baox
white sad. aftm qt s 9&h d.
At 11 o',l6@ in f. bontl t or o .f -
Beans-ilO bags a eri wa iae'
At II o clok, in Mratu c1f i. ,
Wine-2 buts, 2 bhds and 4 t cast D"1 ,o.'oS*
EORGE sB. I" l
BY WLLKINi'bOqiL Bt CO,
(Saales Rom No. 17 B*5d tfta. .
IrP W. R. & Co. have ma' B Taglwt,, ad
edition to their sale of Real Esate, at pubi and pri-
vate sale, to atteud to sales of h USRJOLD FUR.
NITURE, cargoes of Mahgmyjy Gy6ties, &c. &c
and to transact a general Auctmoead Coamipaieu bu.
W. R. & Co. have opened a REGISTER for the
disposieaofi property at PRIVATE SALE.
TOMORROW, : .
At 12 o'clock, at thert da rbom.
mChaeme-y Sale-Under tfrduieseief S Cowdrey,
Esq. master in chancery :--. ,
All that lot of ground ituate, yiag and beinging th
Seventh ward of the city of Nw- Yrik,; "it the north-
erly side of Monroe street, and. knmmemaid described
on a map of the estate of the late Hendrieli Rutgers,
-deeasdd, dated Nov. 11th, 8l3f, and knowas lot
For. further particulars, &c., ,ee. adtertia5wsmt in
full in this paper dated 26,aigaQabty.eial.mwBman,
E.q., master in cery. ,'.r';
TUESDAY, Nov. 19.,.'
.At 12. o'clckat 'their sales room, No. 17 ad at.
2. Peremptory Chancery Sale--Bond straeis roper-
ty--Under the direction of Daniel.Ulm'a, muster it
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground, and
the buildings thereon _rected, situate, lying and being
in the present l$th Ward of the city of New York,and
known as No 4 1 Bond t.
And also, all that certain lt, p1ece or pareel of
ground and thebuildings thereon erected, situate, lying,
and being in the present 15th ward of the city of New
York, and known as No 39 Bond 't.
IAnd also, all that certain lot,~pece or paoel of lad,
and tie buildings thereon ej eted, situate, lying and
being in the present 15th ward of the city of Now
Yora, and kaown as No 37 Bop, -Mt.
k, a'r.- THURSDAY' Nov. ....
At' 12 o'clock, at their Sales 'oiQs, No. 17 Broad st.
Chancee;z sale--Under etti dkirtio of javid Cod-
wise, Esq., master in chanaery.
All that certain lot of land situate in the city of New
York, (formerly at Greenwich in the Ninti Ward of
saui city,) being part of the real estate of Jacob Arden,
deceased, which said lot is known and distinguished
on a map made thereof, and other lota, by Eyert Bank-
er, Junior, one of the sworn surveyor of said city, by
lot number 57, and is ioutided. a followa-o wit: south-
erly in front by Burtoa street, easterly lot member
56,northerly in the rear by lot number @ --iFL aing
in breadth fiont and rear twenty-five feetad i a'th
on each side 90 feet, be the same more or lJam, which
said lot was formerly sold by Sapels Jfnef rs Cor-
nelia his wife, to AaronButr, ad W*mt j./e pan of
the'farm belonging to Elbert fiHeing,, dcoeaseedtoge-
ther with the appurtances;' +' '
Also, at the same time attid-lae, all thoAWiartlait .n
ten lots of ground, with the buildings therewp erected,
situate in the 12th ward of the city of New York, and <
known and numbered upon a certain map, made by
Daniel Ewen, City Surveyor, August 5th, 1835, and
now on file in the office of Register, ia and for the
city and county of New York, as number 63, 64, 65,
66, 67, 68, 59, 70, 62 and 71. and taken together are
bounded as follows: southerly by 84th street, north-
wardly by 85th street, westerly by lots number, 61 and
72 on said map, and eastwardly by the 7th avenue ; I
lots number 62 and 71 contain each in depth 102 feet
24 niches on each side, and in widlh, front? ad rear,
each 25 feet, and the residue being each oe' hundred
feet in depth and in which twenty flve feet six and a
half inches, front and rear ; and also, all the right, ti-
tle, and interest of, in and to the said street, and to the
said avenue in from said lots. .
Also, at 'the same time and place all that 'certain lo
of land, situate in the Seventeenith Ward ofthe city
of New York, known and distinguished on a map of
that part of the real estate of Nicholas W. Stuyvesant.
deceased, in the late eleventh, now seventeenth ward
ofsaitd city, as number 283, which gaid map is filed in
the office of the Registerofthe city and county of New
York, said lot or parcel of land being situated between
the First Avenue and Avenue A, and fronting an Thir-
teenth street, and ruuning through 'to Stuyvmnt st.
Together with the appurtenances.
MONDAY, Nov. 25.
At 1 o'clock, P. M., at their sales room, No, 17 Broad
Chancery Sale-Under the direction of Daniel Ull.
man, Esq.,master in chancery.,
The Trustees of the Congregation Shesreth Israel
vs. Daniel Coley., a doths-All that certain lot, piece
or parcel of ground, situate lying and being ir the Se.
venth Ward of the city of New Yk and known and
distinguished on a map of propertyof John Townsend,
by Samuel StlWwell, City Surveyor, by-let Na 40 on
the westerly side of Georpes slp.t now Market slip, and
is bounded in front on said Blip and in rear by lo N o.
43, and on the northerly side by lot number 39, and on
the southerly side by lot nvmuhe 41, which said lot is
in breadth in front and rear 25 feet, andin length on
each side 46 feet, together with all an singular the
tenements. ., ''
DR. HORNElS ADVERTISEMENT,
SEE LAST PAGE OF THIS PAPER.
M RS MOTT, the celebrated, lemale Physiian ot
New York, having just received a large quantity
of herbs,.roots, and essential oils from Europ, nort tO
be obtained in this country, wilt be able toumre thowe
diseases which have baffled the skill of the most emi-
nent physicians. Mrs..Mott positively pledges hqrelf
to cure or relieve all diseases incident to, te htnumn
frame, and more especially the fKow0ing :--heunma-
tism of however long standing, tic dreux, gout pon-
traction, palsey, or paralyzed limbs, decline, consump-
tion, humors, scrofula, salt rheum, king's evil, canker
ringworms, catarrh, scald head, dyspepsia, debility,
spinal affections, nervous symptoms, white swelling,
asthma, jaundces, worms, liver complaint, hemorrhoid
and female weaknesses, fits or falling sickness, and
other diseases. No mercury or inieral of any kind
used. Any female laboring under various weaknesses
may consult Mrs. Mott with perfect confidence, and
the greatest secrecy will be observed. Hours for see-
ing patients from 9 A.M. until S P.M. at her residence,
119 Spring street, west, side of Broadway. All letters
from. the country (post, paid) promptly attended to.--
Mediciges forwarded to all parts of the United
States. ap22 oodit'
f P. T TZ E -VOLZj f Bearer t6
ipes Holland Gin, Black Horie brand,
half ipeaBorde rndy, J J upuy,
0 casks Caret,
16C eases Mareskino,
254 baskets anperfine Bordeau Oil,
40p baskets superfine Marseilles Oil,
25 bales Marseilles Almonds, '
-0 bags Java Oof, '
Also,-25 casks Dutch Madder,
3 casks Cream of Tartar,
4 casks Verdigri,'" i
15 barrels Paris Green,
4 Sases Tartanic Acid,
50 blocks Baaca Tin.
Also,-2 cases Calfskins. 08
S*Trl NS, d&c. 800 dozen Madeira of various brands
V a d intages, froa; 7 to 60 years old.
100 doz, Brown Sherry, do do do do
W .do,Pde#, do do dodo do
100 do Port, of superior quality.
500 cases Claret i; neBding Chateau Margaux, Palmer
Margaux, La Fitte, St. Julien, La Tour, &o. &c.
100 eases Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac, &c.
100 do Vinde Graves
100 do tBirgwmdy, RomaineeConti, Chambertia, &c
100 do Hermitage, red and white.
tOO do Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
500 do COwapae.gne.. Clicquot and other favorite
100 do Rhenish Hoklheiaer, Johannesbeger,: Ru-
desbeiner, Mwarobrunner, Liebfraumilch,
&e. Moselle. A .
100 do' Casay,Coastantia, Muscat, Cyprus, Sweet
.: ~ hDry Lisbon, Malaga, St. Lucar, &0.
ls pipes old Brend, Otri, Dupuy& &Co.
iand Segnette old Mountain Dew and Irish Whke
Peach and W ite Brandy; East India Arrack; Shmru,
*h4g n ; -Old Jstoaic. Rum; Old Gin, and a tom-
piete assortment of Cordials and Liquors, say Mar
tiniqaCote 8t Andie, Curacoa, Maraschino,i Ro,
S Therost of the above for sale on draft as well as in,
-bottle, by BUNKER & CO.. 13 Maiden lane. inl
4 RIN.2LL,, MINTURN & CO., 134 Frofit at
100 cases English Sheathing Copper, assorted
-sizes from 16 to 32 oz.
,2 Try Pots, 140,160 and 180 gallons each
S6 bales Montevideo Wool
S 00 Montevideo prime ox and cow Hides
7 bales Nutria Skins; 15 tons Bones
0 pipes;Olie Oil
2 calsks ad-12 casks prime Nutmegs
o00 bags RieCo te
A.m0bo0es B. H. Sugars
-: ,f:oAQitter: oass Seignette 1st proof Brandy
20 pipes Port- Wine
:- iShhids choice Madeira Wine
; 1000 ah4ets Felt, for roofing
10,'.0 boxes Sperni Candles, assorted sizes
A: o, a fll assortmAent of Canton Silks, consisting
of white Pongees,blaek and white Senshaws, Levan-
tine Hdkfs, white and crimson plain and figured Hdkfs,
Sblok' and. white arsnetts, black Camlets, Crape
Bhawls, Lustringa, SewingB, &c. jyl8
rr0i MEROHANT$S-Tihe jzbscribers have receiv-
ed per'late'arrivals art elegant assortment of French
" .. g British Dry Goods, suitable for the best retail
uale ,v:z: 1 .
Oases new style figured Poult de Soie,
Do extra heavy plain and glace Reps,
o :plain.i'd Ignured Sathns, for dresses,
SDo narrid superfine French Merino Cloths,
Do now style" MotssaHine de Laines, all wool,
Do very elegant satin striped Chally, .confined
Do msplendid *Aortnent of Broche Thybet
Shawls, in new and handsome patterns and
)Do Paris embroidered Pelermes, Capes, Collars
,' Cuffs. Dresses, &c. &c.
Do Ladies' mad entlemei"'s best Paris made
Hforseknm' Gioves, made to order,
Do new style French printed Calico, confined
S o Soarlet, hf and: minde colored twilled Cot.
tons, for curtains and draperies,
Paris ancy Articles, in great variety,
)6 "`44- Iriuhvinas, Lawns, Sheetings, Diapers
.. Damasks, Napkins, &c, of superior quality
Do E lish Silc, Cotton, Cashmere and Merino
; Hose, for ladies and misses.
tI t-bove goods have beenl selected by one of the
puatmrs in Europe, and'will be sold by the package or
p at a small profit, for cash, or approved credit, at
3!i^ A. T-. ST WART & CO.
MTOo OUHERN IND WESTERN MER
S': CHANTS.-The subscribers offer sale, in lots to
smit purchasers, and on favorable terms, a large as-
gortiaent of Winea,,viz:
.'Badsira, in butts, pipes, .Ilihds, qr. casks and barrels
o" in caaeS of onedozen each, part very old
and choice e
Shenrr, pae, brown and goldM, in various packages
r do do ilo do in glass
6rt, in pipes, hhds. and qr. casks
.o in cases of one dozen, bottled at Oporto
. tfi. Lioar Wine, Teneriffe and Canarv
MasiweBles Madeira, sweet and diy ]t:a
Miscat, in qr. casks, barrels aid .uxe,
: .Pio.BMade'ra, Sicily do, Vin de Grave
S Suteme, French Port, red and white Hermitage
SWhite anid red Lisbon, Bucellas do .
SMaraschino. Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials
ai rwking C(hampaign, of various brands, quart .
: H6lr Wine, do do, Sparkling
B&rdeaux and Marseilles Claret, min wood and glass
.- -ALSO. ,
L'o4on Porter ,ad Brown Stou' sta ndpts l
Bu Q, Sc tch and English Pale Ale, dg do ;
SHavana and Piincipe Segara, of various brands
SWine, Porter and Claret Bjottles, C.drs do,
Poreum and domestic Demijohns, different sia-;
So&uloni and other Teas
Loaf and Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels
8L Croix do in barrels .
Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves
Mapaillea. ald Bordeaux Salad Oil
Old Java and Laguyra Coffee
Buncl Raisiis, Almonds, Sperm pandles, different
.niab .tard in whole, r dol a4id qrboxes
-, RACIE & CO., 20 Broad'street.
ocrd luiZ othaPiCes wZill receive attention,. and
fotwarde t-o my part of the United States. fell
[ AILR6AD IRON, LU"OMOTlVYES, SPIKES
I C OHjATbIS,& &eec.-The subscribers receive or.
*Wa Ar every deneiption of railroad bars, spiks,
ci plate, chains for inclined planes, stay and
,81'li" k of isiprod pateaL iron, Locomotive en4
Sgia, &c., t .manufacturers' prices. A distn
j_01" Efwwr. ~ rqi des in Elma rfor th pttpose
6f p all railway iron and maenery ordered
-, DAVIS, BROOKS &.CO,
21 Broad street, New York.
Oa hand for s.
t w 2 Inch by iah rail, 15 eet each.
-- -s de do I do d 5 do.
we O dV ,do do 15&18do
W -d. do i do 15tolSdo
with"Wma indt a& seah plates adapted thereto. 04
.aB6m l' an,,notii of spikes, executed atlie
^ y sFwisrPF and FF rough
Siriklipel 16xhafarre cd Naw y Podr, be
"~je~b taw t -4 ffri1 .l h:"Uinote d 'States
'NEW YOKR AND LUVERPOOL PACKETS "S
The proprietors of the several Lines of Packets be-
tween New York and Liverpool, have arranged for
their sailing from each port on tae Ibt, 7th, 13th, 19th,
and 25th of every month; the ships to succeed; each
a er'in thie following ordcr, viz:
t r id 0nO o0M zii O-i nt 1
'~ 6~Qr~r~~~0 'C"1
C t, -. t t- *- .!
These ships are all of the first class, and ably corn
handed, with elegant accommodations for passengers.
The price of passage from New York to Liverpool, is
fixed at $140, and from Liverpool to New York at 35
guineas, including wines, stores and bedding. Neither
the captain or owners will be responsible for any let-
ters,.parcels or packages, unless regular bills of lading
are signed therefore.
Agents for the ships Oxford, North America, Eu-
rope, Columbus, South America, England, Orpheus,
G 4SOQDHUEh CO. or 6 South st,N. Y.
Q H. MARSHALL,
BARING BROTHERS & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for sips Westchester, Virginian, Sheffield,
and United States.
ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st., N. Y.
T. & I. SANDS & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ship Shakspeare, Independence, Roscoe
and George Washington.
GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
134 Front st., N. Y.
hWILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for the, ships Roscius, Siddons, Sheridan,
and Garrick. t
E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st., N. Y.
WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool.
NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS.
To sail from New-York on the 25th, and Liverpool
on the 13th of each month.
From New York.
Ship GARRICK, Capt. A. S. Palmer, 25th October
New ship ROSCIUS, Capt. John Collins, 25th Nev
Ship SIDDONS, Capt. N. B. Palmer, 25th Dec.
Ship SHERIDAN, Aug. F. Depeyster, 25th Jan.
New ship ROSCIUS, 13th Jan.
These ships are all of the first class, upwards of
1000 tons, built in the city of New-York, with such
improvements as combine great speed with unusual
comfort for passengers. Every careshas been taken
in the arrangement of their accommodations. The
price of passage hence is $140, for which ample stores,
including wine, &c., will be provided. These ships
will be commanded by experienced masters, who will
,make every exertion to give general satisfaction.-
Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be
accountable for any letters, parcels or packages sent
Z by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed
herefor. For.freight or passage, apply to
E. K. COLLINS & Co. South st. New York, or to
WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO, Liverpool.
Eettermby the packetwill be charged 121 cents pe
single sheet,'o cents aer ounce, and newspapers
cent .wach. .. j 31
FdR NEW ORLEANS.
Louisiana and New-York Line of Packets.
(To-sail every other Monday.)
Ship MISSISSIPPI, Capt. C. Hilliard, Oct. 21.
LOUISVILLE, Capt. Allen, Nov. 4th.
SHAKSPEARE, Capt. A. Britton, Nov. 18th.
HUNTSVILLE, Capt. J. Eldridge. Dec 2d.
SARATOGA, Capt. W. Hathaway, Dec. 16th.
YAZOO, Capt. Trask, Dec. 30th.
The above ships aie all of the first class, coppered
and copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and
built in this city expressly for the trade, with elegant
accommodations for passengers, and commanded by
able and experienced masters. The price of passage
from New-York to New-Orleans is fixed at $80, and
fromNewOrleanstoNew York at $90,witheutliquors.
They will at all times be towed up and down the Mis-
sissippi by steamboats, and the strictest punctuality
observed in their time of sailing. Neither the owners,
or captains of these ships will be responsible for jewel-
ry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware,
or for any letters, parcel or package sent by or pist on
board of them, unless regular bills of lading are taken
for the same, and the value therein expressed. All
goods sent to the subscriber, will be forwarded free of
commission. For freightorpassage, apply to
F, K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South street.
No goods received after the Saturday evening pre-
vious to the day of sailing. o12
LIVERPOOL LINE OF PACKETS.
To sail from New York and Liverpool in the fol-
lowini order :
f- From New York. \ Liverpool.
Ship PATRICK HENRY, 'NVar 7 ADe. 25
(new)l1000 tons, J. C. Delano; July 7 Apr. 25
July 7 Apr. 25
Ship INDEPENDENCE, A nu 7 Sept. 25
800 tons, Ezra Nye, l 7 MJay 25
Ship ROSCOE, 700 tons, Sept. 7 Oct. 25
Henry Huttleson, J May 7 June 25
.Oct. 7 Nov. 25
Ship G. WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 Mar. 25
750 tons, A. Burrows, June 7 July 25
these ships are all of the first class, and ably com-
,iamded, with elegant accommodations for passengers.
The price of passage from New York to'-Liverpo l is
V140; .inraiding wines, stores and bedding, and $120
-,; To Sail from Rew YWork On tbh_ 8&t ,6th_, and 24th,
and from ~avre 1st, 8th, and 16th of every mot.
From New York. From Havre
:Otl, 16) Dec. ,1
Feb. 8 > Sip L. PHILIPPE, J. Castoff. Mar 16
Mar. 24) ( July ,8
Ort. 24) (Dec. 8,
sFeb. 1> Ship IOWA; (new) W. W. Pell, < April 1
June 8) uly,16
S (Dec. 16
The Steamboats HOBOKEN
n j &and PIONEER will ply con-
astantly between Barclay street
and Hoboken. The NEWARK will leave Canal
street at the commencement of each hour and half
hour, and Hoboken every intermediate quarter, during
The FAIRY QUEEN will leave Christopherstreet
at the commencement of eachhour and half hour, and
Hoboken every intermediate quarter during the day.
A boat runs from, Barclay street until 10 o'clock, P.
NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD,
On and after the 1st day of November, the Cars will
run as follows:
From the City Hall, Walker street and Harlem,
from 7 o'clock A. M. every hour until 8 o'clock P. M.
From City Hall and 15th street every five minutes;
from 7 o'clock A. M until 8 o'clock P. M.
Rates of fare from City Hall and Walker street-To
Harlem, 25 cts. To Yorkville, 181cts. To Forty-
second st. 12 ects. To Fifteenth st. 61 cts. From
Harlem to City Hall, 25 cts. To Fifteenth st. 18j cts.
To Forty second st. 121 cts. To Yorkville, 61 cts.
Fare on Sundays to and from City Hall and Fif-
teenth street, 121 cents.
o31 J. S. WHIGAM, Superintendant;
NEWARK AND NEW
C'Wg_YORK.-- The fast sailing
SS steamer PASSAIC, Captain
Martin, on and after November 6th, will changeher
hours of running, and leave as follows :
NEW YORK. NEWARK.
Foot of Barclay st. Centre Wharf.
10j o'clock, A. M. 8 o'clock, A. M.
3j P.M. 1 P.M.
On Sunday the PASSAIC will leave--
10 o'clock, A. M. 8 o'clock, A.M.
3 P.M. P. M.
Fare 181 -cents. n7
NEW JERSEY RAILROAD & TRANSPOR-
Newark, Vlizabethtown, Rahlway, and New Brunswick.
NEW BRUNSWICK TRAINS.
(From foot of Liberty street, New Yoik.)
Leave New York. Leave New Brunswick.
At 9 o'clock, A. M. daily. At 7 o'clock, A. M. daily.
4- P.M. do. I 121 noon do.
9 P.M. do,
On Sunday, the 7j A. M. trip from New Bruns-
wick, is omitted.
Fare between New York and Elizabethtown,. 37j
cents; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cents.
NEWARK ACCOMMODATION TRINS
From the foot of Courtlandt st., N. Y., (daily) Sun-
Leave New York. Leave Newark.
At 9 o'clock, A. M. 71 o'clock, A. M
11 9 "
2 P. M. 10 "
4 1 P. M.
4j 31 "
7 4' 5 I
12 8 .
On Sunday, passengers for Newark will take the
New Brunswick trains from foot of Liberty st., leaving
at 9 o'clock, A. M. and 41 P. M. Returning, pass
through Newark, at 1 P. M. and 10 P. M.
Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 37j cents.
Passengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket
Offices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides prevent-
ing confusion and delay after crossing the river.
MLT Tickets are received by the conductors only on
the day when purchased.
The Town Tracks in the City of Newark have been
underlet, and passengers will be carried to and from
the Depot to meet the arrival and departure of the
trains for 6 cents each.
I* For freight trains, see advertisement. s28
CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD LINE
Daily, (Sundays excepted,) at 7 o'clock, A. M. from
pier No. 2, North River.
SEVEN O'CLOCK LINE.
By steamboat INDEPENDENCE to South Anm
boy, from thence to Bordentown, via Railroad, and
thence in steamboat NEW PHILADELPHIA,
and arrive in Philadelphia v. little after 2 o'clock,
in time, (except when detai.ed by extraordinary cir-
cumstances) to connect with the Baltimore Line,
which leaves at 21 o'clock.
Fare to Philadelphia, ..-..-..-.....--..---.- $3 00
Forward Deck Passengers to Philadelphia, ,f$2 25
To Trenton,,,.........................-- $2 00
Forward deck i.to Trenton,..............---.$1 50
To Perth and SouthAmboy ....".... 50
To" Freehold and Monmouth, via Stage from
Hightstown, -..-.-.. --.. -.---.--.--....$1 50
Breakfast and dinner provided on board
Breakfast, ...-......-.......---------..-50 cents.
Dinner,-----.---..-.-------.--.--....-. 50 cents.
All Baggage at the risk of its owner.
s24 IRA BLISS, Agent.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL-
Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton.
THROUGH IN SIX HOURS.
Leave New York, from the foot of Liberty street, daily,
at 9 o'clock A. M, and at 4* o'clock P. M.
Fare through in both lines, $4.
Fare to Trenton, $2,50; to Princeton, $2.
Passengers will procure their tickets at the Office,
foot of Liberty street, where a coumms oinus Steam
boat will be in readiness to convey them to Jersey
City, with baggage crates on board.
Philadelphia baggage goes through without being
opened by the way
Each train is provided with a Ladies' Car, in which
are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for their
Returning, the Lines will leave Philadelphia at 8j
o'clock, A. M. and 5 P. M. s5
LONDON LINE OF PACKETS.
To sail on the 1st, 10th and 20th of every month.
This Line of packets, will hereafter be composed
of the following ships, which will succeed each other
in the order in which they are named, sailing punc-
tually from New York and Portsmouth on the 1st,
20th end 20th, and from London on the 7th, 17th. and
27th of each month as follows:
From N. York. From Lend. & Ports.
Jan. 1 ) ( Feb. 17 Feb. 20
May 1> ST. JAMES, Junel7 June20
Sept. 1) S. Sebor. Oct. 17 Oct. 20
Jan. 20) Mar. 7 Mar.10
May 20> GLADIATOR, July 7 July 10
Sept.20) Thos. Britton. ( Nov. 7 Nov 10
Feb. 10) ( Mar. 27 Apr. I
June 10> WELLINGTON. < July 27 Aug. 1
Oct. 10) D. Chadwick. Nov. 27 Dec. 1
Feb. 20) (Apr. 7 Apr. 10
June 20 QUEBEC.
Mar. 10) Apr. 27 May 1
July 10 > SAMSON.
Apr. 1) May 17 May 20
Aug. 1 ONTARIO. Sept.171Sept.20
Dec. 1 Henry Huttleson. Jan. 171Jan. 20
These ships are aill of the first class, about 600 tons
burthen, and are commanded by able and experienced
navigators. Great care will be taken that the beds,
stores, &c., are of the best description. The price of
Cabin passage is now fixed at $140, outward for each
adult, which includes wines and liquors. Neither the
captains nor the owners of these packets will be re-
sponsible for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by
them, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefore.
Apply to GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
se0l 134 Front st., N. Y.
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL PACKETS.
--6i%^~ *^&x v -)&-%N x*i'.xl^ri;
BRITISH AND AMERICAN STEAM :NAVI-
GATION CQ.-NEW YORK TO LONDON.
STEAM SHIP BRITISH QUEEN.
2014 tons, 500 horse power,
[Lieut. RicLurd Roberts, R. N., Commander.]
A A ^ ^
This splendid steam
ship, burthen 2016 tons,
and 500 horse power, will
sail for the remainder of
the year as follows :
From New York. From London.
1st December, Ist January,
Ist February, Ist March,
1st April, 1st May,
Ist'June, 1st July,
1st August, 1st Sept.,
For freight [of which this ship will take 600 tons,]
or passage, apply to
WADSWORTH & SMITH,
No. 4 Jones' Lane, rear 103 Front st.,
Agents Brit. and Am. Steam Ship Co.
No second class passengers taken
No goods will be received on board without an order
from the agents.
An experienced surgeon is attached to the ship.
Plans of the cabins may be seen at the office of the
OLD LINE OF LIIVERPOOL PACKETS.
The Old Line of Packets for Liverpool will hereaf-
ter be despatched in the following order, excepting that
when the sailing day falls on Sunday, the ship will sail
on the succeeding day, viz:
From New York. From Liverpool.
Nov. 19] (Jan. 7
Mar. 19 The NEW YORK (new)--950 May 7
July 19 tons--Vm. C. Barstow. Sept. 7
Dec. 1) (Jan. 19
April 1 The CAMBRIDGE-850 tons-- May 19
Aug. 1) Ira Bursley, ( Sept.19
Dec. 19) Feb. 7
April19 } The NORTH AMERICA-610 June 7
Aug. 19) tons-W. E. Hoxie. (Oct. 7
Jan. 1) Feb. 19
May 1 > The EUROPE-618 tons-E. G. June 19
Sept. 1) Marshall. Octu 19
Jan. 19) ( Mar. 7
May 19 > The OXFORD--800 tons--J. < July 7
Sept.19. Rathbone. Nov. 7
Feb. 1) Mar. 19
June 1 The COLUMBUS-700 tons- July 19
Oct. 1) T. B. Cropper. Nov. 19
Feb. 19) (April 7
June 19 > The SOUTH AMERICA--616 Aug. 7
Oct. 19) tons-D. G. Bailey. (Dec. 7
Mar. 1) (April19
July 1 The ENGLAND-750 tons-B. Aug. 19
Nov. 1) L. Waite. I Dec. 19
The ships are not surpassed in point of elegance or
comfort in their cabin accommodations, or in their
fast sailing qualities, by any vessels in the trade.
The commanders are well known as men of char-
acter and experience; and the strictest attention 'will
always be paid to promote the comfort and conveni
ence of passengers. Punctuality as regards the days
of sailing, will be observed, as heretofore..
The price of passage'outwards, is now fixed at $100,
for which ample stores of every description will be
provided, with the exception of wine and liquors,
which will be furnished by the stewards if required
Neither the captains or the owners of these ships
will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packa-
ges sent by them, unless regular bills of lading are
signed therefore. For freight or passage, apply to
GOODHUE & CO., 64 South st., or
C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Burling slip, N. Y
and to BARING, BROTHERS & CO.,
C CHOICE AND RARE WINES.-The subscn-
bers offer for sale the following old and superior
Wines, most of which were imported by them direct,
and from the first sources:
25 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, half
pipes and quarter casks.
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and
was selected from the most celebrated estates.
500 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30
-years old, part imported direct, and part via India.
Also, Malmsey, Sercial and Tinta.
The finest Pale, Gold and Brown Sherry Wines, in
casks, demijohns and bottles.
French Wines-Chateau Margaux, of 1827 and
1828, Chateau Lafitte, Leoville, Palmer Margaux and
500 baskets De Brimont Champaign.
50 cases Sparkling Hock.
200 cases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage.
50 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order
Port Wine, very rare, in cask and in bottle.
Hock Wines-Metternich, Johanntsberger, Hock-
heimer, Rudesheimer, and Leisten.
L P Teneriffe, Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for sale by
n10 A. BININGER & CO., 141 Broadway.
B ORDEAUX WINES, from Barton & Guestie
Table Claret--Vin Ordinaire, in hhds
St. Julien-Vintage 1827, in cases, I doz. each
Batailley-Do. 1827, do do
Chateau Beychville-Do 1827, do do
Scoville-Do. 1827, do do
Latour-Do. 1827, do do
Lafitte-Do. 1827, do do
Haut Brion-Do. 1827, do d6
Latour-Do. 1831, do do
Lafitte--Do. 1831, do do.
These Wines are received direct from the old and
respectable house of Barton & Guestier, of B )rdeaux,
are of the first character, put up with great care, and
recommended with great confidence. For sale on
liberal terms, by
jy27 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad t.
R OGERS & CO., 55 Wall street, offer for sale-
S600 hhds Tobacco
800 bales do
62 hhds Stem do
250 131b boxes Imperial Tea
8 cases Pearl Buttons
62 cases Geaman Beads
2 tons Red Saunders (Wood) from Calcutta.
GERMAN, FRENCH &t MAD)EIRA WINES,
T &c.--The subscribers have just received the fol
lowing goods, and they are now landing.
60 cases Hockheimer Domdeechant
50 do Rudesheimer
300 eases Chateau Margaux, per the Grand Conde,
of 1834, which is fully equal to any former vintage
produced by this estate
10 pipes and 20 quarter casks old south side Ma-
deira,- from the house of Newton, Gordon & Co, per
10 half pipes Old Cognac Brandy, of 1808, per the
Montano. Per ship Loreno-530 baskets De Brimc, t
Champaign, highly Vinus and fruity, bearing the coat
arms of De Bnmont upon the labels and corks.
Per the ship Junius from Bordeaux-50 cases St.
Julien; 10 hhds. do, and 50 baskets extra quality Ani-
sette. For sale by
my21 A. BININGER & CO., 141 Broadway.
TIQUEURS, &c,--M artinique, Noyeau, Rose, Par-
J. fait Amour, Caanell, &c.
Dutch-Curaco, Anisette and Gold Water, from the
factory of Fokink
Italian-Maras#hino, and Pallesi's celebrated Cor
dials, consisting of Cedrato, Assenzio, Persico, Caffe
de Moka, Vainiglia, Rose, &c.
French-Pans and Bordeaux, in great variety and
legantly put up. -
Danish-w3opemhagen Cherry and Raspberry
Prussian-Eau d' Or de Dantzig.
Batavia ArracL, Peach Brandy, Scotch and Irish
Whiskey, old Rum and Brandy.
Truffles, Olives and Capers, Strasbourg Pates, Sar
dines, London Pi"kles, Brandy Fruits, &c.
The above are all genuine and imported by the sub
scribers from the original places of manufacture.
For sale by A. BININGER & CO.,
d92 141 Broadway.
C HINA SILKS6-CARY & CO. 90 Pine street
J offer for sale,
220 cases Chine Silks, consisting of black Sarsnetr
and Sinchews, white and suchan Pongees, black Le
vantine Hdkfs Pangee Hdkfs, black Levantines, cross
barred Hdkfs, Embroidered Shawls, &c.
50 cases blue Nankeens
22 cases Choppas and Bandannas
5 cases Grass Cloth aul6
C .TRA.CAO-"Received per the Pomona, from Rot:
FOR SALE.-The 3 Story House, with 'the
Lot in fee, in 9th street, between University
Place and the 5th Avenue, now occupied by C.
W. How. Apply to I. GREEN PEARSON,
o9 27 Merchants' Exchange.
M FOR SALE-Several desirable Dwelling
i Houses, of different values, in the vicinity of
J.a.LWashington square. Apply to
3. GREEN PEARSON,
o9 27 Merchants' Exchange.
F FIFTH AVENUE, ELEVENTH STREET &
HARLEM LOTS FOR SALE.-Lots on Fifth
Avenue, between 14th street and Washington Square,
will be sold separately, or several laying together, in
eluding the comer lots, each 26 feet by 100.
Lots on north side of Eleventh street, near Wooster
street, each 26 feet 5 inches front, by 103 feet 3 inches
Fdivee lots at Harlem, very eligible situated. The
terms of payment made easy and accommodating.-
With those who wish to build on the lots, the whole
purchase money can remain on mortgage.
Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, No. 1 Nassau
street, comer of Wall street, between 12 and 3
o'clock, P. M jY2
F-OR SALE-Lot No. 19 Howard street, 25 by 100
feet, in the rear of the Rev. Dr. Eastbum's
Church, with the materials on the, ground. Apply at
498 Broadway. jy23 tf
A TWILL'S MUSIC SALOON, 201 Broadway,
N. Y., where may always be obtained a large
and valuable assortment of Music, Musical Instru-
ments, and Music Merchandise of every variety, and
of the first quality.
New and fashionable Music, also standard publica-
tions of old and valuable Music, Gamuts and Instruc-
tion Books, Church Music. and Music for the Flute,&c.
Thejsubscriber receives regular supplies of all Music
publications from England, France, Germany, and
Music bound in superior style, with spring backs.
The subscriber respectfully informs the public, that
having made arrangements with the manufacturer, he
will be constantly supplied with PIANO FORTES of
every description, which for superiority of touch,
richness of tone, and elegance of workmanship, are
not surpassed by any in the country.
Great attention will be given to orders for Piano
Forte Tunings, both as regards the manner of Tuning,
and the punctuality of executing orders.
The stock of Music Merchandise is very extensive, i
embracing every article appertaining to Music, both
of European and American manufacture.
Instruments repaired in the most expeditious manner.
IE7 Seminaries, Music Dealers, and Artists of the
profession, supplied on the most reasonable terms.
Orders from every part of the United States, or else-
where, attended to with the greatest care and des-
patch, by addressing JOSEPH F. ATWILL,
Music Saloon, 201 Broadway,
oct. 18 near St. Paul's Church.
/CHAMPAIGN WINES.-The subscribers have re-
. ceived per late arrivals, and now landing, a sup-
ply of choice Wines, quarts and pints, for sale. in lots
to suit purchasers, and on favorable terms.
GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad street.
In Store-Chateau Margeaux, Lafitte, Leoville,and
other brands, in cases, each 1l dozen, put up with glass
stoppers, received from the most respectable wine
houses at Bordeaux.
Also, low price Wine, in wood and glass.
Orders from other places, for Wines of every de-
*.FOR SALE--An excellent farm of abitit 40
! acres, and genteel residence, at East Neckin the
Jj. town of Huntington, Long Island, very pleasant-
ly situated, directly upon the water, in the neighbor-
hood of good Schools, Physicians, and Churches of
various denominations. A good dwelling house, barns
and out buildings ; a very good landing for manure,
Fine Orchards in bearing, and a garden containing a
very choice collection of-roses and other shrubbery.
The furniture, crops, and farming tools may be had if
applied for immediately, together with the stock, which
embraces some fine cows, sheep, anda great variety ol
very choice poultry. Communication with the city
twice a day by the L. I. Railroad, or by steamboat via
There is fine fishing and genuine sporting in the vi-
cinity, with very great facilities for boating and sailing,
rendering the place very attractive to a gentleman far-
Apply for further information to JAMES H. TI-
TUS, Esq., No. 13 Pine street, or to THOMAS
W. TUCKER, Esq., No. 5 Broad street, or to the
subscriber on the place.
s25 tf N. BLOODGOOD.
FOR SALE LOW-The superior 3 story
E i House and Lot No. Fifth Avenue, being the
..U first house above 10th street. The Lot is 25 x
100. The house 25 x 50, with an additional building
for bathing room and water closets. The ceilings are
very high. The parlor mantels are of statuary marble,
with Berlin iron grates. Possession can be had im.
mediately. The Church of the Ascension, (Dr. East-
bum's,) is to be erected on the adjoining lots, and will
add to the value of the property. Applyto
J. GREEN PEARSON,
au8 27 Merchants' Exchange
J FOR SALE--That valuable property on the
oil comer of Pierrepont and Hicks street, Brook.
RJ.fIlyn, late the residence of Samuel Boyd, Esq.,
The ground is 76 feet in width, front and rear,
(bounded by a street on the rear of 20 feet,) by 140
feet in depth. The house is 50 feet square, with pan-
tries, bathing room and water closets, attached on the
rear, and is finished with plate glass, and plated. fur-
niture trimmings, furnace, speaking tubes, Berlin
grates, and other modem improvements, being equal
to any of the recently built houses of its size in New
York, and is in complete order-with a large brick sta.
ble and coach house on the rear of the lots. Terms
made favorable, and possession immediately.
Inquire of Dr. BOYD, comer of Remsen and Hen-
ry streets, Brooklyn, or of JNO. H. CORNELL,
Esq., Cashier of the Mechanic's Banking Association,
New York. I je27 tf
_ KIP ESTATE, BROADWAY.--The sub-
scriber offers for sale, by private contract, the
entire Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bound-
ed by Broadway and Mercer street, Washington and
Waverley places; being the most splendid site for pri-
vate dwellings, or for a church, in the city. The ground
is on the most elevated part of Broadway, and sur4
rounded by valuable improvements.
It will be sold in one parcel, or divided into 15
Lots, viz : 7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the whole
front from Washington to Waverley places,) of about
261 by 96 feet each ; 4 Lots on Washington, and 5 do.
on Waverley place, of 26 by 92 feet each.
In case of a sale in separate lots, a uniform style of
improvement will be required, and stipulations against
nuisances. The title is indisputable, and the terms
will be accommodating. 'For further particulars, and
a view of the map, apply to
J. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchange,
fe9 Hanover st.
jej TO RENT.-The commodious Lofts and
nlI Counting Rooms of the fire proof brick store,
'a' No. 35 Nassau street, between Liberty and Ce-
dar streets. Apply to
jel2 tf C. H. RUSSELL & CO., 33 Pine st.
; DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCES IN
fill BROOKLYN.-TO LET, the two two story
.Il.'Ldwellings, with the basement above ground, now
finishing, in Sands street, between Bridge and Gold sts.,
(within five minutes walk of Fulton Ferry.) Both are
neatly finished, with marble mantels, and desirable for
genteel tenants. Possessiou 1st November, or in Oc-
tober if wished. Apply to
s25 ROBERT SPEIR, 96 Pine st.
SFOR SALE-The spacious 3 story House
*;uj with the lot in fee, on the west side of the 5th
.U LAvenue, the first house above W. Brevoort's
large mansion. The lot is 25 by 100, with a court
yard of 15 feet, and there is a lot adjoining the rear
which can be obtained if wanted for a stable. It will
be sold on accommodating terms. Possession the first
of May next. Apply to J. GREEN PEARSON,
fel4 29 Merchants' Exchange.
M HOUSE WANTED.-A two story house
wanted to rent, near Broadway, or higher up-
ILtown, within a convenient distance of some line
of omnibuses. Address box No. 776 Upper Post Of
fice. L,* s17
STO LET-The superior Fire Proof Store,
*U 22 Beaver street. Apply on the premises, or
.E1Lto J. GREEN PEARSON,
o9 tf 27 Merchants' Exchange.
Money will be received in deposits by the Company
and also in trust, upon which interest will be alloWved
Upon sums over $100, irredeemable for 1 year, 4 per ct
,Do. do. do. Sros. 4 ":
Do. do. do. 2" 3 '4
Wm. Bard James Kent
Thomas W. Ludlow Nathamnel Prime
Win. B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereux
Benjamin Knower Gulian C. Verplanck
Peter Harmony Henry Brevoort, Jr.
John G. Coster James McBride
Thomas Suffern John Rathbone, Jr.
John Mason P. G. Stuyvesant
Samuel Thomson Thomas J. Oakley
Benjamin L. Swan Stephen Whitney
Stephen Warren John Jacob Astor
Robert Ray Gardner G. Howland
John Johnston Corn. W. Lawrence
Wm. P. Van Rensselaer Jonathan Goodhue.
WM. BARD, President.,
E. A. NICOLL, Secretary.
DUDLEY ATKINS, Physician to the Company.
STATIONARY, BLANK BOOKS, LITHO
GRAPHY & PRINTING.-T. & C. WOOD
No. 18 Wall street, offer for sale-
Swan Quills-A large assortment of the first quality
by the hundred or thousand.
Steel Pens-Perryian, Gillot's, Windle's, and other
Wafers-Rf? 'a.k and mixed colors of all sizes,
transparentlitt and Motto Seals.
Wax--Superior English and American, of various
Ink Stands, Wafer and Sand Boxes of every kind
and pattern, by the dozen or retail.
Manifold Writers, Travelling Por olios and Bank
Note Port Folios for Brokers.
Maps of every State in the Union, Section Maps,
Mitchel's Maps of the United States.
Law Blanks of every kind and other Blanks.
Writing Paper and Wrapping Paper of all kinds for
sale by the retail or quantity.
Check Books-A splendid assortment of Checks on
all the different Banks of the city.
Blank Books of every sort and kind, made to every
size and ruled to any pattern.
Lithography.-The subscribers having at a great ex-
pense fitted up their Lithographic, are now ready to
execute at the shortest possible notice, all orders in
the above line: Such as Circulars, Drafts, Bills of
Exchange Notes, Diagrams, Maps, Plans, Plates, and
in a manner equal if a. t superior to any other estab-
ishment of the kind in the city. my9 tf
M MUSIC AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE AT
t iLL ATWILL'S.-The subscriber invites the atten-
tion of dealers in Music and Musical Instruments to
the extensive assortment now on he '1 and offered at
the lowest market price, consisting of
French and German Accordions
Superior toned Flutes and Clarionets
Guitars of every price and pattern
Flageolets and Fifes, Violincellos
Bass Horns and China Bells
Serpents and Keyed Bugles
Concert Trumpets and Horns
Bags and cases for Guitars, Violins, Flutes, Accor-
Steel and Brass Wire [dions
Gamuts, Scales and Instructors for every instrument
Cymbals, Bassoons, Triangles, Horns, Trumpets
Tuning Forks, Tuning Hammers, Hunting Horns
Violin Bows, Violin Bridges
Strings for Violins, Guitars and Violincellos
Reeds for Clarionets, Obes and Bassoons
Finger Boards, Tail Pieces, andPeoB for Violins, &c
The above together with an extensive assortment 9f
Music,,for sale. Wholesale orders executed with des-
E -- ~ --L;I.r C: -
N EW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE & TRUST,
CO.-Monthly Report.-Since the last report 18
persons have been insured :-
Of whom 10 are residents of the city of New York
14 are residents out of the city of N.York.
7 are Merchants and Brokers .
4 are Students and Clerks .
2 are Mechanics
1 a Lawyer
1 an Engineer
3 are Manufacturers.
Of these, there are insured for I year and over 6
there are insured for 7 years 10
there are insured for life, 2
Of these there are insured for $1,000 and under 6
there are insured for $5.,000 and under 10
there are insured for $10,000 and under 2
s5 E. A. NICOLL, Secretary.
Office of the UNITED STATES FIRE INSUR.
A ANCE COMPANY, No. 55 Wall st.
T an annual election held at the office of the Com-
pany, on the 3d day of June, 1839, the following gentle-
men were duly elected Directors for the ensuing year.:
John L. Bowne Ebenezer Canudwell '
John R. Wiltis Morris Ketchum
Silas Hicks,. Joshua S. Underhill
Robert C. Cornell Charles T. Cromwell
James Barker Cornelius W. Lawrence
Benjamin Corlies Nathaniel Lord
Lindley Murray Charles Kneeland
Henry H. Lawrence Edward A. Wright
Stephen Van Wyck Benjamin Clark
Isaac Frost Robert B. Minturn
Robert D. Weeks William Bradford
John Wood Thomas W. Pearsall
Thomas W. Jenkins Silas Wood
Benjamin Strong George D. Post
George Hussey Robert H. Bowne
Uriah F. Carpenter Albert Woodhull
James H. Titus George B. Smith
Samuel C. Paxson.
At a subsequent meeting of the Board, John L.
Bowne, Esq. was unanimously re-elected President.
je5 JAXMES WILKIE, Secretary.
THE HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANY,
T Office 54 Wall street.
4 EW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-ThisCom
pany continues to make insurance against loss :and
damage by fire, and the hazards of inland navigation
R. Havens, Piesidedt, B. L. Woolley
Najah Taylor Micah Baldwin
Cornelius W. Lawrence Joseph Otis
J. Philips Phoenix Farning C. Tucker
John Morrison Meigs D. Benjamin
Joseph B. Varnum, John Rankin
David Lee John D. Wolfe
Caleb 0. Halsted Nathaniel Weed ':^
William W. Todd Ferdinand Suydam
d21 LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
N EW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE & TRUST
CO.-Persons may effect insurances with this
company on their own lives, or the lives of others,
and either for the whole duration of life, or for a
limited period. The payments of premium may be
either made annually or in a gross sum.
Premiums on one hundred dollars:
BADEAU'S CELEBRATED STRE4NGGT'HEN
ING PLASTER, prepared for pain orw ekness
in the breast, side, back or limbs;. also for gout, rheu-
matism, liver complaint, and dyspepoia; for eughs,
colds; asthma, difficulty of bralthiing, oppreston of
the stomach, &c., they will give immeditite and sooth-
ing relief; and for pleasantness, safety, ease, ani cer-
tainty, are decidedly superior to most of other reme
dies. Such persons whose busi4 s ori avocation re
quires that they stand or sit muct, or those of sedent-
ary habits general y, who may be troubled with ;pains
in the breastor side, are advised to try. o i f these
beautiful plasters; 0 7at.asre fesebtiallytVert from
all others, andare free from thoseobjectiao s wkich are
Sso reasitably trade against A"t gene y. The
proprietor has hod the pleasure of selling t daily
for a ntnurier of yeam in tts city, and of the many
thousands who have used them, h e has ot t drdof q
solitary complaint. They, are patreised extensively
by the medical profession; and there- i not probably
an intelligent physician in the Urited States or
Europe, that would hesitate to sanctionsi them with his
name or influence, when mide acquainted with their
Printed directions accompany each Platser, signed
by me, in my own hand writing, to eitaterfeit Which
will be punished as forgery.: Persers about having
them will remember to ask for Badeou's ,Strengthening
Plaster, and see that they get the direction thus signed.
They are put up in boxeai ith attractive show bills-
will keep without injury in any clinate-,-and will be
forwarded to any pait of th United States or British
Provinces, as per order, ia t liberaldiseount mpde to
those who buy to sel:tai"' lnco.naiusion, I haveonly
to adr, that instancesr' :so numerousin,'which the
most salutary effects haoe been produced by using
them, that they are recommended with the most entire
confidence to-l alhot are thus afflicted.
L They are .sld in this oitryat "t~ Bo ery Medicine
Store, 260 Bowery. ,
09 N. BADEAU.
C COMPOUND SYRUP -O1 SARSA4PARILLA
V CONCENTRATD.-4"For purifyinthed blood,
removing eruptions, &c:, frioi'the skin, -ant all imn
punrities from the system, this pleasant and healthy
Syrup has no equal. PerLps- te.ti no mes -certain
way of promoting general he lth ring Swuamer
than by using this Syr upin the+ Sprin. Tlewedi-2a
profession give it a decided pref Criid e ov(. al the
most celebrated Panacea," Syrups, Syr &c., adurain
mothers, whose infantsare afflicfed-tlh Sa H'ead,
Sore Ears, or Weak Eye., are ptttcta rlfy tetom.
mended to use it. Itts perlfeCtly harfmlt amd w'hea
combined with Sei itzor- S, Water, forona. toolj
ing and agreeable beveramg. -Used with eold water
it makes a very pleasant Summer drink, and my be
used with advantage by ,most personswat any tiae It
is prepared from the beat Honduras Sariorila, acI
cording to the most approved formulas, nid great care
has been taken to keep it free from nmpftntienitd -
obnoxious admixtures. .I
Prepared and sold, at wholesale armd retail by. the
subscriber at the Bowry Medicine tore, 260 Bowery,
New York. 'Ptl 1
OdkPORATION -NOTICE.- u~d :iwtc~ is
kJ hereby given, that a pettition h. s been p d
to the Common Council, praying that the side'lnks -
on the south side of Charle street, betwenlm 4l street -
and Greenwich lane, and the sidewalks on .te @puth
side of Hammond street, between FactoJ s&ait; and
Oreenuich lane be flag'ed to four feet i e .9
Persons interested in the above propo'on and
having objections to the 'same, are de tfp d oi pent
them in writing, at this bfice, on or before tb 15th
day of November, instant.
JOHN EWEN, Street Cen-aqr.
St. Commr's Office, Nov. 4, 83 .' n6
- ORpORATION N6Tl6E.-PuUI a is
.%J Iireby given, that a petition has benn pu nLed
to the Common Council, praying that ta the. s4was
of Art street. from Broadway to the 34 aexue', be
related and flagged. '
Perons interested in tlhw rboe tomoaetionm and
having objections to -the sameart desi red "to eAnt
them. in writing, at this offiCe;on'or.beforx twW 16 of
November, ita.:.t .. :1,.6 o
S JOHN SCW_ StF.Ti Oem jsier.
St. CoMr's Offlce, N Av.gn .--6
B LEADING FROM- T" 1 LUMIV AND
NIGHT SWEATS have brought wtAo a very
D o. HORNIE-, M. 04 F1ULT4 ST.
1I, between Oreenwichbsset aid Broadway, con
tinues tobe consulted as aisuaL. .
Strangers ae respectfullyap zethat Dr HORNE
was bred to the Medical Pfofesion in the ciy of Lou-
don, and has been a practical member 6f slind Paculty
of Physic 42 years; for the last 32 in the: cityof New
York. His practice from being formerly. general, he
has long confined tdo a particular branch of Medicine,
which engages his profound attentin; vI':-Lues Ve-
neria Scorbutus, Scrofula, Elephantiasis, and, in
short. all diseases arising from a vitiated State of the
blood. His experience is very great. His success as-
tonishing. In many thousands of cases committed to
his care, of all grades and every degree of malignancy,
he has speedily restored his patient. to health and a
He cautions the unfortunate against the abuse o
mercury. Thousands are amuel merunialized out
of life. See that your case is eradiated, not patched
up. The learned Dr. Buchan emphatically, observes-
"Married persons, and persons about tolbe married,
should be particularly cautious of those &iibtions.
What a dreadful inherita~qe ,t) ta*sm it to-isterity. -
Persons.afflicted with pt rWcted and deplorAble cases
need not despair of a 'complete recovery, by applying
to Dr. Horme. ,Recent affectists, when llcal, arc,
without mercury, extinguished in a few days., .What
grieves the Dr. is, that many afflicted, instead taking
his salutary advice, have recours to adved nostrums,
where there is no reSponsibility. and the compoundera
unknown ; by such means, throwing aiway their money,
(where they vainly hope to savq) and nin for ever
Persons who may have contracted disee, or sus
pect latent poison, are invited to make a iplicafion to
Dr. HORNE, at his Extablishmtet, No,. 204 Fulton
street, between Greenwich street and. Broadway. A
residence of thirty-two years in New-York city, has
radically established Dr. Home's character for sterling
honor; and based on real respectability and skill. Dr
Home offers to his patrons a sure guarantee "
Offices for separate consultations. Patients can
never come in contact.
Attendance until half pMtwai the eri.
No Letters taken.in une .s.:pet paid. Allcity let
ters must be'handed in.
117" Stul totm incurata pni &r M4 eWra eclat."
-Horace's 16th Epistie.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Home desires to benefit the
public, it is properhe should continue his advertise-
ment for the good ofstrangers, as it is well kBt*people
are extremely shy in speaking of ces e f A delicate
nature even where a physician is ,pre-em inently suse
eessfui. *, .1 .14
T R. HULL, 4 Vesey street, Asto )ouse.--TO
1) THE LADIES.--Dr HLL ,r recently
published a small treatise on the apptlati ii and uses
of the Utero-Abdeminal 8uppoter. This A(amnlet ac,
companies each Supporter sold by Dr 1rll. It con
tains instructions for selecting, fitting aed wearing the
instrument, by aid of which any patient can fit herself -
without assistance. Information of the neesaiy kind
is given to enable ladies to judgewhther the Supporter
is likely to prove useful in given instances of female
The pamphlet also contains the report of te. Medical
Society of the State of New York, aid the opinions ot
many distinguished Physicians in Europe and Ameri
ca, in favor of the Supporter. .
Ladies calling at Dr Hull's office for advice respect-
ing his apparatus, receive a. pamphlet gratia. A com-
petent Surgeon of much experience is in cotant at-
tendance at Dr Ilull's office, 4 Vesey *trteet, Astor
Ladies' hours from 12 till half-past 2 o'clock. s16
D R. AMOS G. HULL'S "NEW RADICAL
SCURE TRUSS." Offise 4 Vesey street; Astor
Building-Under the supervision of an experienced
Surgeon, who attends personally to each case, decline;
ing all other practice. .
Also, the UTERO-ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER,
sanctioned by the Medical Society of the State of New
York, and Guy's Hospital, London.
Dr Hull's apparatus are patronized by thl medical
profession with very few exceptions throughout the
United States and Europe.
The Supporter is patented in this country, England
and France : the patent in this counttryhas recently
been re-issued in an amended form. -
AMOS G. HULL, 4 Veaey'street,
s16 Astr 'House.