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Title: New-York American
Uniform Title: New-York American (New York, N.Y. 1821)
Alternate title: New York American
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: November 16, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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 Related Items
Related Items: New-York American, for the country
Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
Succeeded by: Morning courier and New-York enquirer

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voiwnlt itiesIni carfofb otherwise'thaisafe and pro-
'*ablt. '
.:' Fohuitherjticors in relation tote caditions and
ternsmof sale will be given i a future police. -
.Offi of the Hobokea Lasd and Improvement Cpm-
py, Oct"i 1,839. ER. F. JOHNSON,


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i^COtirONU AM COLOS.ca
.W LLOWS' ALSAM
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.-.HdREIOUND.
'lo cL& 1 e1 at tie'West, is for salaby Druggists in
'Boadway,'Canal stteet, and Bowery. at.26 Gm
-Mu, ut -r'OW RO NCHITIS; C GROUP AND
'Oi-O,.PING COUGH.-Dr. Bow's Liniment is
an u ailing and speedy remedy for the formidable
disMa above enuraraLd. The inventor is of Ed]
ii .4b,ygtpaete of thpUnaiversity, and an eminent
Pgtliin pihay rlawick, in NorthUmberlpnd.
idw.t.a~ r: wintessed in his own private
and-in extensive, i ni mry practice, in, which the IU
niameat has nt once failed of its efficacy. Dr. Bopt
has appnbatri l4thro-frtem higly distinguished in!i
viduniinGOlxr Britain'and America, avouching tho
Scoaplete suoe-s of this inestimable medici.e. To be
had, *ith printed directi6nsftr using it, at MORRI-
SOWN'S, tlitead and needle store, 649 Broadway, and
135 Chatham street, New York, at otn dollarper phi-
al ." lim
tIDRIgi jIfL E.OF CDNSUMPTION;
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B}OARING SCHOOLFPPR YVOUNiG GEN.
T/MEN--Maidiaon Hii, near Mrtstown, N..
A. OHAULET respectfully ifoirms the public and
hiMtlened, that L will reopen his School for the win-.
tWa term on their Jst of November.
Aa.paciour' dittlnal bu~iMing wilLenabla Mr. C.:
o receive a large number of pls. _
Cards -be lad at Mess. ard & Mondaon, 36
q Cutlandt street.
Mr. Roe Lockw;od' 411 Broadway. oll mP -*
p iTROY EPISO#AL INSTITUTE.. ,
1I8 Inftitution was incorporated a the last Ses-'
sion of. tha State Legslature, and is now placed ipon:
aore satisfactory and more permanent fotjig,
e Boar iof Instruction isfull and efficient, Eiery
-depatrtmit is adequately aupplied thoroughly to an-'
twerits appropriate end,
The character of the Trustees and Officers is such
*aMto inspire confidence and merit patronage. e-.
By the arra~igements for the casuing Term, the.
Prineipar, the Rev. W. F. WALKER, will give.t1 the
School his constant smierintendence.
Much has hitherto been sacrificed to bring this In-
stitution.to its present Stlte, and secure. the facilities
it now offers for imparting a thorough ai1a Christian
educatids, which it is hoped a Christian public will so
appreciate as to extend a continuance and increa of
its patronage.
Ntew a.i milee previsn MUs been'made &or thor.:
oughlj manping te.roomahboth public audprirate, so
as to reader them perfectly coiniortable in the coldest'
weather. Th(Me.i nter.ted' are invited'to call and
look at the uioos. apartments, in the course of tee
aext'week, previous to the opeMug. .,,. ,
,. The next, or Fall Term, will commence on Friday,
Nov, Ist. The Teachers will then all be at their
posts, and the School be organiaeedat 9 o'clock, A. M.
It is very- desirable that pupils s3?ild be present tjMc-
tunly at the opening.
Ctaget, a heretefo m
.Applitations for the admission of pupils may be made "
to the Principal, the Rev.% W. F. W4J1LKER, poeon-4
aly through te Lt 0fftcdr to JOHN W. MITCH-1
ELL,'Esq., New ork.* ,,.
Troy, Oct. 22, 1839. o25
THE STUDY OF BOOK-KEEPING, 8r Cei iar.
Street, near Broadway.-C. C. MARSH, AccountI'
ant, continues to give Practical Lessons in this mnst
necessary branch of a mercantile education. Also, to
open, cibse or adjust accounts, and to Write Up booksI
The course of instruction though which the pupil.
passes is thoroughly practical; an the person of good
capacity who devotes about'three weeks to the study
will-.be qualJifd to keep correctly pnd elegjatl y the ac-
couptsef any business.
The student practically opensconiducts, closes `and
re-opens a set of partnershi p accounts; has brought he-
fore him n#fre than a hundred differentbusiness trans-
actions, each of whIch is a subjct oft remark, conver-.
sation and study.; he becomes familiar with Uthe vari-
ous account books frbm actual use orx'teference, with'
trial balances, balance sheets, various Mercantile cal-
culations in Equation of`Payments, Discount, and In-
tearest; Exchange, Insurance, &c, &c.
C. C. MARSH'S WORKS,
S (Intredvced in N. Y. P. Schools.)
"The Science ofDouble Entry Book-'eepiing Sim-.
plified." A standard, wofl eighth edition, 200 pages;
8ro.--$1R85. -
", The Art of Single Entry Book-keeping, uIproved
by the Irtroducti nof tje Proof of Balance;" 130 pa.
"A Lecture on the Study of, Book-keeping, with.
Balance Sheet." A neat pamphlet, 48 pa. 12mo. ;
.pnce 18 cents: ., s14 6m


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I SO & FEES' CLASSICAL ANPD ENG:
LIL..SC HOQ, 639 .Br wawy, betweene
Houston and Bleecker-ts.)will be re-opened on Men,
ay, Spt 2d. au27 t
A"TOrRA FtfiMA4 INSTITUTE.-The Rec-,
A tor of thiW In.ittutiongritteful for the genetal ap-'
probation which'his plan aa received begs leavq toq
state that the Wiitdr Temdwll commencee on Mon.'
.day, Decembr 2d. .,- :
Increased effiieacy has -sen giie to lhe Be.Ofm
lastrupyon, by the addition of a Profess, ofA rithme-
Stid, Algebra, a- other. branches of MatbematiQs,
and by "th(tablishment .of courses- of lectures on
Chemistry. Astronomy, and General History, acqom-
panied with tli requisite 'experiments and illustra-
tionis. *.
SClasise in Callisthenics and the elegant recreations
-haye bee; formed, to bexonducted linder the superia-
dence f an accomplished instructress.
Airianementi are in progress to futaish thorough
in.s ntion' in Sacred B usic, in connection, with tte:
Organ.' -
Applications tobe addressed to Rev. J.W. BROWN,
"Astoria, L..I. ,
Astoria, Nov. 8, 5fti39,', -i k
WTOODLAWN CLASSICAL AND COmMER-
CIAL BOARDING SCHOOL, 51st street,
10th Avenue, on the Hudson River, (3j mileafrom the
City HalL)-JNO. W. .% HOWS, Principal. :,,-
This Institution is aXcluvely a Boarding School
for young eentlemen.- The number being limited .to
thirty, enables the Principal to combine in his system
every advantage of educatimis, Nwith a trulr parental
attention to the comforts, manner, had nIrals of the
pupi tsentrir;ted to his care .
Circumstances b avrd drawn the' Attentih obf the!
prinncipal to a mode of:tuition, whichh is intended" t
thoroughly ground the pupll in the elementary branches
of solid practical learning, by adapting the studies tp
the partmular capa;pitie&,of the children, nd only per-
mitting them to advance, as their capabilities ar6.de-
veloped for th higher departments of learning taught
in the School, wvhch.comprise a thorough classical and
English education, n e7eaary to prepare the student
for college or mercantilfe. ,
The situation ofthe School is perfeofly healthy, and
combjnea.every.advantage requisite for such an estab-
lishment.' .. .1
Referencesito parents of children in.the Institution
may be obtained by application to the Principi at the
School, or by letter, addressed to the 'care ol A K.
BERUTRONt, Boekseller, 400 Broadway:> TerT s for'
Board an. Tuition, $200 per annum, for boys lander"
fourteen:;'ieyond that age, $20 periannum, payments
qluarterly in aadvane. French, Spanish, Music, and
',ancing are-extra charges ., .
New York. 16th Oct.. 1839. o *o17 6mn.lwi ;
A SPLENDID AND USEFUL CHRISTMAS
ALU AND NEW YEAR'S PRESENT.-,0-. F.
HAUSMANA CO. vWillpublish in time for the Christ-
mas Holidays, the complete volume of'OUR GLOBE
ILLUSTRATED. This work consists of beautiful
views in all parts of the World, elegantlydengraied on
steel, with explanatory letter press. The Engravings
are -one hundred and live in number, and about ir'
pages of< description to each. The whole making a
large quorto volume,*tiU be spleiididly .,boundin o-
rocco withGilt leaves, Price Ten dollars.
Orders frdm Book"selle'rashould be forwarded" with-
out delay. Address E. LITTELL & CO.,,
279 Chesnut, street, Philadelphia.
-Plates in the first Volume.-TitlM page, Villeneuve
on the Lake of Geneva ; The. Forumi, at Rome ; Con-
stantinope ; Thb Falls of Niagara; The Bank of:
England; Cordova in Spain, with a view of theO Pa-
lal .eir Dnri "norenns ofn h rkn;; .i..in.n "Anl .. nnA,


FLUFIUNG INSTITUTE, FOR THE EDUCA Mount 'esuvius; The Pyramidsof Gizh, -Egypt;,,
iON .OF YOUNG LADIE9S. The Cathedral of Durham, England ; Palmyra, or
S REV F. SCHROEDER, D. D., sector. the' City of Columns, in the Syrian Ddsert ; astles
I HS SEMI.NARY, which w s opened on the, of Liebenatein and aternfels, on the Rhine; Maihnz,
44t day of October, offers many pecuhrO advantages, in Germany, on the Rhine ;-Yale College and State
for establishing the ealah, matmrng the moral and in- Hquse,'New Haven; Btieg in Switzerland Natural!
'tllectald discpline, and promoting thepreeant happi- Bridge, in Virginia ;. Ruins Of Thebes, in Egypt ;
.ness and eternal welfare of such youngladies as may Windermere Ilke,; England; Castle of Trostberg, in
be Admtted members ofrthe Institute. In all its plans the German Alps; Caetle of Ilumm, in the Valley of
a careful reference has been. ha to the experience o 'the Inn; Delphi, in Greece Rouen, in France; Suli.
Sthe -best Schools in Eurppe arid our own country.: Its iii Grece ; The Sibyl,,Temple near Tivoli; "Ruined1
charges for board and tuition are moderate; anA no Telmptleon the Island of Phylae; Capitol atCWai-
.4ino will bMa sparedto nder it, ialrender it,, wha ingn; Imperiial Garden at Nakij, n Otia -a;
the wmost-affectwnate and solicitous parent or guardian Palace ofthe Doge, at Venice; Syracuse, in Sicily;
an demire. An earnest wish toafford his O. daugh. Treat, in the Tyrl; Brugesi in. Flanders; Dieppe,
tersth beat olportuaities to cultivLte their mind. at France ; Smyrja, in Turkey ; Diodati, on the I.Ae
form their characters, is a,pledge to those who may of Geneva; Wazburg, in Germany,; Falls of Velino,
einfide thlitr childrm aand-ardi to the R sector of this in I ,tJ. ,r ,hnr nm.... iT.,:..i.-,-;. en. Vr -


Lsmeans to ch&ck Ln tir' e irparaxedl 0 V5ryDlazTROioW g -inia; BorlIn eiiany; R ant's (aureway, in Ire-
Sweak co that his observation and experience may able him to land; Gibraltar inSpain; Madrid,in Spin ; Tiri, i
ton. I spent twoears at Pisa, one in Rome, two in Hindostan; Thun, on the Lake of Thun; Biel Valley,
c ad another in the South of France, seeking, THzB ALDINOB AND GBOUNDsarethe samethatwere in Saxony; Convent of St. Anthony; Ithaca, In
ntie, the aice of the _best physicians. ,To ocupiedby the Seminary of the Rev. Dr. Muhlenberg, Greece ; Church of the Holy Sepulchre ; Fair-
year since I returned to this country, in about the until the time ofhis removalto St. Paul's College, two mount Bridge, Philadelphia; Benares, in India; In-
samesituatio as hen left. I had seen in the read- miles distant. the buildings are very spacious, and terlachen, in Switzerland; Drachenfels, on the Rhine;
a omseis Europe mauch saide in favor of Dr. -Tay,-. admirably adapted to the purposes of the Institute; and Carrick a Rede, in Ireland; Glypotheca, &c. at Mu
r alosam of Liperwo rt, and as si n as I arrived i the grounds, comprising sixacres of land, are beauti- nich; Honfleur,- in France; Negroponte, in Greece;
thi citv usd it, ad in threemont I wasso well fully situated, within the ts the he itof of Flush- Chillon, Lake of Geneva; Corfu, in Greece; Sta. Ma.
nth cod pass the winter heresafely, and -id ,i seven miles fromthe city of New York. ria at Venice; Castle Landeck, in Switzerland; The
SIhave used nnoasonl bottle t in W mdtben du- PROFESSS, GovEBNRSSES, AND TEACHER well Hague, Holiand; Heidelberg; Cadiz; Ruins of Tyre;
ring the time, but am now in as good health as is o qualifiedand experienced,are engaged in the several de- Cobur, in Germany; Pisa, In Italy; Campo Santo, in
ri tn t now in as goodhelth as is partmentsofinstruction. The presiding Governess, the Pisa, taly Dowlutabad, in India; Quebec, in Ameri.
-sibale. My cough has whl ceased, Smith, and Dr. French Governess, and the other Instructresses, re- ca; Coblentz, and Ehrenbreitstein; Madras, in India;
e is city weremy physicians, and now say side in the building, land are with the pupils at all Cae Town, in Africa La Valetta, in Malta; Furs-
-Post iof tiie -city were e ..hours. tenberg, in Germany; Hermkutschen; The Royal Pa-
S the.y did believeHot, Courtlandt Ste i le. T- TERMS for board and tuition, are a hundred and lace Ai Madrid; Edinburg; Peterwardein on the Da.
-Beware of frds-the gene ii sold at the I ifty dollars for each session of twenty-one weeks, nube; Nikolskoi Cathedral; Cathedral in Antwerp;
Me ine Store, 260owe payable in advance. All the extra charges, for music Bridge of St Angelo, Rome; The Jungfrau, Alps;
cry .MedicBne AStore, 26 y AU, A..gent. : and other elegant accomplishments, will be moderate. Kremlen, in Moscow; Elephanta in India; Salamis
n13 N. W B DEAU, ,, For further particulars see the "Circular" of the Insti Havre; Cintra near Lisbon; The Danube; Sevilla in
L O. TUCKEI, M.D., J.H. FUSTEK, M tute,published in the CHURCHMAN; or address, bymkil, SPain; Burg Stolzenfels; Falls of Niaara 2d view;
L D, DENTISTS, No. 3 Park Place. the Rev. Dr. SCHROEDER, New York. All letters Clitumniis Temple, Italy; Temples India;
-Dr. Tucker ia happy to acquaint his friends and forhim are to be directed to Flus.ing, Long Island, Moun. Zion; Edinburgh Castle; Tempe, in Greece;
"trnothathe has, oned a Co-partnership with Dr. N. Y. Dublin; Alexander Column, St Petersburg; Hurduc-
oster, of Bosibn, who completed his professional stu. 11. A steamboat plies between New York and war in India; The, Wareburgh, Germany; Burros in
dies (at the sometime l with himself under the able and Flushiln twice every day, leaving the foot of Fulton Spain; Lisbon; The Pantheon, Rome; Ruins of Djer-
efficient iatruction oflarwood & ucker, of Bos- street, N Y. every morning and evening, and coaches ash; Island of Cyprus; Leipsic. n2
ton. Having dtermitned upon making the cityof New run twice a day from No. 21 Peck slip, New York,
York their pla prmnnant.residence, they now and stop at the Post Office in Williamsburg five min- TISTORY OF ENGLAND, with Illustrations
respectfully tendertheilrbest services to those who may utes. Ferry-boats are continually passing between in by Hume and Smollett, with a continuation by
wikdroi0onult them, and hope by a strict attention to Grand street and Williamsburg, both by day and m the Rev. T. S. Hughes, B. D., in 21 vols. 12mo.
bsiasi to merit&ooatinl.agce orha patronage which the evening. o9 tf Faust, a Dramatic Poem, by Goethe, translated into
Dr. T. feea, grateful for having hitherto received. English prose, with notes, &c. by A. Hayward, Esq.;
New Yrk. Octber lsti 1839. .m FLUSHING INSTITUTE. 3d edition, 12mo.
Doctors Tucker & Foster beg leave to present the TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS who prefer Conversations for Sabbath Evenings, on our Lord's
following* Testimonial from Dr. mball. paying at once a STIPULATED SUM for ALr. expenses, Life and Ministry ; chiefly intended to elicit the Gos-
iDRn.. KIMBALL having decided upon relin- including extra charges of every description, the amouut pel Harmony, with an appendix, containing a History
quiuhing the practice of his profession, and being about is $160per term, forthe Preparatory Course of English and Description of the Tabernacle and the Temple-
to leave New-York begsleave to present to his friends and French studies; for the higher English Course, by R. Mimpriss;,with 50 pictorial illustrations, from the
his sincere acknowledgments for that confidence in with music. on the piano, organ, guitar or harp, and old masters-square 12mo., in a case.
his professional skill which has been manifested by with Ornamental Needlework, or Drawing and Paint- McCulloch's Smith's Wealth of Nations, 1 v. vo.
the extensive and highly respectable practice with ing, $210, for the French and English Course, with Byron's Life and Works, in two vols., royal 8vo.,
which he has been honored during his residence in the same, $230; and for the Classical Course, with bound in neat cloth, or elegantly bound in Turkey mo-
New-Yhoi Music and Modern Languages and Literature, $2 0 Heath's Shakapeare Gallery, beautifully colored,
And while heis meat happy to know that there are In all cases, were preferred by parents and guardians, 4to, or royal 8vo.
in the city a number of gentlemen of deservedly high the pupil on entering the Institute will be provided with Spenser's Poetical Works, in 5 vol., 12mo.,ele-
reutation and to whom he would with the greatest the necessary outfit of bed and bedding, towels, nap- gantly bound in morocco, or neat cloth.
confidence refer his friends-yet he would take this kins, ring, fork, spoons, &c., for $30. By this arrange Imported and for sale by
opportunity to recommend to their patronage and con- meant, there will be no bills of extras, and no expense WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broadway, N. Y.,
fidence DR. F. G. TUCKER, and DR. J. H. FOS- in addition to the stipulated sum. n15 and 35 Paternoster Row, London;
TER, who have come to this city at-he solicitation New York, Oct. 9,1839.
of Dr. im al, and to whom hewould refer his for- o9 F. SCHROEDER. O THE PUBLIC.-SYLVESTER'S Exchange
me ti in the belief that they will fully siistain -T Office is removed to No. 156 Broadway, a few
mthe Riti t they have elsewhere attained a ORPORATION BONDS. Stocks, Shares, and doors below Maiden lane.
efficient and faithful operators. Drs. Tucker & Fos. all kinds of Securities, Sovereigns, Bank of Eng Bills of Exchange on all parts of England, Scotland,
te manufacture the same kind of Mineral Teeth land Notes, bought and sold, at and Ireland. in sums of X5 and upwards, to suit.
which hava been exclusively used by Dr. Kimball, S. J. SYLVESTER'S,130 Broadway, Drafts collected on all parts of the United States,
MniTir gthdurabilitv, nan close imitation n9 and 22 Wall street. the Canadas, and Europe.
and, which for strength, durability, closeimitation nand22WaBank of England Notes, Canada Bank Bills and
of natural teeth, am unsurpasse rpO THE PUBLIC.-Remittances to any part of every description of uncurrent money bought.
New -York, Oct. 1st, 1839. England, Ireland, and Scotland.-SYLVESTER All doubtful and broken Bank Bills purchased on
Testimonial from Doctors Harwood& Tucker, of &CO., 156 Broadway, respectfully acquaint the pub- the best terms.
Boston. t a lic throughout the Unitetd States and Canadas, that Sovereigns English Silver Napoleons, Doubloon,
We haveperused the above recommendation of Drs uch arrangements are effected through- their Bankers x Thal ers, and fl kinds of foreign coin bought, and
J c onfirm the very handsome ttiand do monialt cheerful i Englasd, as to enable them to give Drafts and Let- for sale.
Dr confirm the balery hands nonial TU R ters o Credit, payable in any part of England, Ireland Southern, Western and Eastern Funds wanted, for
iendB Dr. Ktnball. HARwoodl d6&lawos or Scotland, in any sums required, from 5 and up- which the r ghest rates will be paid.
-Bostn 83. IM- aP3 d6m.&Iwos awards, whereby all risk and much expense is saved by SYLVESTER & C., 156 Broadway,
CIIPERIOR TONED FLUTES, &c.-The at- those wishing to remit n8 below Maiden lane.
S tentioa nof amateurs and artists of music is re- Every attention will be paid to orders transmitted by nIPLTIC CORRESPONwEad en Thn.


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R OBERT WA)E WOODEN, i i'hat
J. S. FOUNTAI N ffaat^i ft,
*tap DRY GOOWJ7 1fb y almenoesto
hifr-dieads and the pu zic, that e-w cl continue the
pame business, at 231 rotia iY,I &~,iib the Ame-
rican Htlel) as heretof.6e", Iia.Wltioa being very
great, he will be able to a aiuce tto the New York
Market, direct from paA 4.eiryine style and de,
scrption of Goods in h o& aui ; wMhich those
wco favor him with e(irpflitoc ay> rely upon ob.
aming at.thelowest mIa'
Naw Yq*, Oct. 30th sigt' .
HE- sulacribr, in. rA# a business which
T ,he han followed 16r m fas8, feelm great
pleasure in repomrnende
rnerous customers and e ROBERT W.
OGDEN. e ,-W "
Having bef in hisr e lolat leven yem,
he feels fully confident that ttyand thoo
knowledge o the bnsinwes, dlm t o his sueces,
:and warrant their satisfation.
031 lm'' & POUNTMN..
NEw STORE ANb NiW GOODS.-TIOM.
I. AS M. LEWIS r eah iaftits his friends
and customers, thathe has t the store No. 277
Broadway,.three door* nwpth f CBA(hqaers ptrect, and
will open this morning with- nn! motaortnentof
rancy apd Staple Dry God4 .A t".r;tio of'
the SKoK 'srec^ WeiIn ttiy' andbet


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wi11n uD uen uupu aU atretnefy i
N. D;--T. 1. L. assures ti
.who may favor hirwit4 a 1llt
G ENTLRMENS PRICg
G Jst received from PvriA
quality and make, imported 4-
Thfe jub~sriber-reeommendt
era wanting a first rate article.
J. BATTIN, Det
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-BM 4OLOVES.-
all t';dW, the best
prerssy for city trade.
ise poodsto his custom
er i Gloves, Arc.,
06 Greenwich st.


M EN'S "UNDER GARBMf ---A new article
in the Market--Shirts a4 Uwers of Ameri-
can manufacture, and mad Saxony Wool and
double threadeddiffering in these respects from.
the European @oods, as they iheir assortments of'
woon anake a greater variety, a$f t uniformly re-
serve the finer descriptions fos eand cassimeres,
not thinking that the finest wo -ioierse and harsh
enough to come in contact with t sensitive skin ; and
ji the last respect the) at re what they are set
forth to be, double threaded. '
`" Also, a good asortme itof 'Under Garments
of Merino, Silk, Cotton and i Wool, our usual va-.
riety of descriptions, sizes, &c.
o24 LANE & -VAN ZANDM 14 Maiden Lane.
(CHEAP DRY GOOD6S..- BT. W. QGDEN,
(successor to J. S. FOunti 231 Broadway, of-
fers to the ladies, a choice s of seasonable'
Dry Goods, at auction prices. oag which are-
Frncnh Calicoes, yard wide, fast lor, only 2s.
'English do, Is 6s. .
Black Treiich Merio Cloth, -Bt elidre de
Line flure I yards wide, per yar.
Fine Cottai Hose, 2s. 6d. per
Wbrsjed do. 2s. 6d: per
Also-About $10,000 worth of red and plain Poax
I'e Soie-. Gro d .Afriques; Re- ,-plihs, plain and
:figured Satins; Chene and Silks; Thibet and
Cashmere Broche Shawls; do ndkerchiefs; Silk
Hdkfs and Scarfs; colored V vets, &c. &c.; to
which the attetiopof purcha .is -equested. ANd
FLANNELS AND BLANK S.--The subscnr
L"b ers lanow receiving-
Real Welsh Flannels
Rogers' Paitent do
*Lancashire -do
Electoral do
Sigk Warp do
TwilledPlaid do ;' .
Light colors and fast dyes"W
,. Thylbt and Merino ;ao'
English Canton lo
i American do'
Rose and Whitney Blaakets of all sizes
Superior Batf. Blankets, the best ever imported
London Whitney Blankets .
SBlankets for winter sheets
S All ef which ,are offered on fhe most favorable
terms, at wholesale or retail.
au30 JAMES PATON & COL 247 Bgoadwav.
T ARK FRENCH (dALit: S, MOSLLIN
.1 DE LANES, &e--A'A &CO
,169 wt xvI&Lve C-w-,w-tJ


Calcoes, -ne quality, and ft eo erily3s n"
yard.
Superfine Molin de Laines, dark-mode, colored
and black grounds, -all wool, at the extremely low price
of 2s 6d per yatd. ..
Superfine 6-4 French Merino Cloth, only 10s d.
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-
tremely cheap.
Broche Thibet, and Camel's-hair Shawls, in new
styles.
The above form only a small portion of the large and
valuable stock of goodsanow 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.,
o28 276 Greenwich st
M ISSUES' BEST PARIS KID AND CASTOR
GLOVES-A few dozen of beautiful quality,
intended fer young misses, of black ad.d olored kid
and drab castor, made in the best styte, for male by
o28 J. BATTIN. 276 Greenwich st.
GENTLEMENS SUPERIOR BUCK GLOVES
S-A large Supply received, of superior manufac-
ture, the leather being 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
--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.


N EW FALL GOODS.-P. & U. BROWN, 46
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 purchased within the last few days on
the most advantageous terms, P. & G. B. feel confident
that no where'can goods be bought tqgreater advantage
han with them. Their stocA 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&ll colors, very
cheap.
English Calicoes, black and colored grounds, chintz
colors, best imported, 2s per yard."
4-4 French Calicos, best quality, only 2s 6d per yard,
Black and colored ground Mousselain de Laines, of
AWevery sty-le.
tnenllr- ShnpQtimTXTO 'TAok1 Linon anA nV.a-


I[ "~. O- m .i "" ,1 oIf P* uuusea every monta
S TT O., 270 Chesnut street, Phila.
dtlphia, at Six Dbllars a year, payable in advance.-
Distant subscribers are requested to remit a $5 note
on account.
With the year 1839 begins the Seveith Volume of a
New Series, complete sets of which can be furnished
at Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or Two Dollars
and a half, bound. The New Series is beg'n because
I we are no longer able to supply orders for complete
sets of the UOld
COstENTS OFr THa SEPT3EMBnR NUMBER.
1 Duke of Wellington's European Despatches, Edin-
burgh Review.
2 Voyages of Captains King and Fitzroy, do.
3 Allison's French Revolution, Blackwood's Maga-
sine.
4 Anglo Saxon Literature, British Critic.
5 History of Port Royal, Foreign Monthly Review.
6 French Manufactures, do.
7' Norman Conquest ofLEngland, do.
-. L.,iterary Fables from the Spanish, Blackwood's
- Magazine.
9 Wacgillivray's British Birds, Spectator.
10 Cooper's American Navy, Monthly Review.
11 Memoirs of a asdet, Spectator.
12 Progress of Chartism, do.
13 Marshal Marmont's Turkish Empire, do.
14 Commercial Relations of England ad Fraswe, do.
S15 ireland, India Artifieial Incubation, do.
160 C. TWed-a' am.India, do.
\1 Youatt's Humanity to Brutes, do. "
18 Memoirs of Dr Morrison, do, and Examiner.
19 Journey through the Mexican Provinces Tumalipas,
Coahuila and Texas, Atheneum.
20 Expedition up the Quorra with Lander, United
Service Journal.
21 Literary Intelligence, Foreign Monthly Review.
22 Steuart's Travels in Bogota, Atheneum.
23 Nicholas Nickleby, Nickleby Papers.
24 Jack Sheppard, Bentley's Miscellany.
25 Gratitude, an Irish Story, Dublin University Maga
zinc.
Subscriptions received at $6 ajear, by Messrs CAR
VILLS, 108 Broadway, and E. LITTELL & CO.
Ph ladelphia. o7
AMERICAN ANNUALS FOR 1840.-The Li
X. terary Souvenir, a Christmas and New Year's
Present, edited by Wm. E. Burton, Esq, with 13 splen-
did steel engravings, bound in embossed morocco, in I
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 I vol.
12mo. Christian Keepsake and Missionary Annual,
edited by the Rev, John A. Clarke, for 1840, with 9
splendid steel engravings, bound in gilt morocco, in I
vol. 12mo. Token and Atlantic Souvenir, a Christmas
and New Year's Present, for 1840,' edited by S. G.
Goodrich, with 10 splendid steel engravings, bound in
gilt morocco, in 1 vol. 12mo. Religious Souvenir, a
Christmas and New Year's Present, for 1840, edited
by Mrs. H. L. Sigourney, with 8 splendid steel en-
gravings, embossed morocco, I vol. 12mo. Religious
Offering, a Christmas and New Years' Present for
1840, edited by Miss Catharithe 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,
boundiu embossed morocco, in I 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 morrocco, in I vol. 18mo. The
Pearl, or Affection's Gift. for 1840, a Christmas and
New Year's Present, with 7 beautiful engravings bound
in embossed morocco.
For sale to the trade on liberal terms, by
o17 D. APPLETON & CO. 200 Broadway.
1840.
A LL the Annuals, with a variety of Books for Gifts,
.at the Bookstore of .
o25 CHAS. S. FRANCIS, 252 Broadway.


LONDON ANNUALS FOR 1840.-WILEY &
PUTNAM, Importers, 161 Broadway, New
York, and 35 Paternoster Row, London, have just re-
ceived the following splendid English Annuals, for
1840:
The Book of the Boudoir; or, the Court of Queen
Victoria. A series of Portraits of the English Nobili-
ty, engraved by William and Edward Findep, from
drawings by A. E. Chaion, J. Hayter, and J. R. Lane,
with illustrations in verse, superbly bound in moroc-
co, 4to. a
The Iris of Prose. Poetry, and Arts, with large and


besutufti I;- enrae 4plae ~n faciu piotL~


M.W R Mit4, d, iu or oC 'Ou iage eiNAM
Reais,' &E &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
muslin.
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 Offenng, with 10 superb plates, 12mo.
o18
ENGLISH ANNUALS for 1840.-D. APPLE-
STON & CO., 200 Broadway, beg to inform the
trade and the public, that the following English An-
nuals for the ensuing year. are now ready for de-
livery, viz-
Heath's Gems of Beauty, edited by Lady Blessington
The plates of this work far surpass any of the pre-
vious volumes. Royal 4to, figured silk.
The Belle of the Season, Twelve Plates, under the
direction of Mr. Heath; with a Poem by Lady
Blessington. Superbly bound. This is the most
splendid Annual of the season.
The Ferget-Me-Not, by Shoberl. 12 plates, i2mo.
morocco.
Heath's Picturesque Annual, illustrative of Windsor
Castle, from Drawings by Harding: with a full-
length equestrian Portrait of Queen Victoria: silk
large 8vo.
Heath's Book of Beauty, silk: large 8vo.
Heath's Keepsake, figured silk: large 8vo.
The Amaranth, by T. K. Harvey. 13 superb Engrav-
ings. Imperial 4to.
Friendship's Offering and Winter's Wreath; 10plates
12mo. morocco.
Fisher's Drawing-Room Scrap Book.
Juvenile Scrap Book, by Mrs. Ellis : 16 plates. 8vo.
Shakspeare Gallery, 45 plates; superb morocco; 8vo.
Book of the Boudoir, Imperial 4to, morocco.
The Iris, Imperial 4to. morocco.
Oriental Annual, 8vo, morocco.
Book of Costumes, magnificent, Imperial 4to, morocco.
D. A. '& CO. have just publis-hed-A Gift from
Fairy Land, an Annual for 1840; Ninety-six superb
plates. o31 6tis
A MERICAN ANNUALS FOR 1840.-The Gift,
m-l 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 Wm. E. Bur-
ton, with 13 fine engravings, bound in embossed mo-
rocco, 8vo.
The Token and Atlantic Souvenir, with ten fine en-
gravings, bound in embossed morocco, 12mo.
The 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.
Sigourney, superbly bound in embossed morocco, with
eight splendid illustrations, executed by the most emi-
nent artists, 12mo.
The Religious Offering. Edited by Miss C. H.
Waterman, beautifully bound in arabesque morocco,
and embellished with ten highly finished engravings by
the first artists, 12mo.
rrI.- r__ A -. i T -- -


Muslin te I[serings, 3a ar
Very rich Embroiaered Handkerchiefs-.. ._ "
The subscriber feels much confidence in re&.m-
mending his Lace Goods, consisting of some of the
richest Laces in New York. The foUowingare a few
of the various kinds:
Valenciennes Laces nd 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,
and Curtains, Fillet Veils, Scarfs and Shawls.
Black and White Brussels Veils, demi Veils, and
Curtains.
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.
Jr7 A BOY WANTED. n9tf
TUST PUBLISHED.-Sylvester's New Reporter
S-containing a full and accurate list of all thev
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 ci Gold and:
Silve,-&c.
The terms are $3 per annum, in advance; single co-
pies, six cents each. Persons purchasing over 12
copies will be allowed fiftyper cent. discount. Apply
to SYLVESTER & CO.,
Editors, Proprietors, and Publishers of Sylvester's
n2 New Reporter, 156 Broadway.
S IR JOHN FROISSART'S CHRONICLES
new and 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 Criticisp on his History, 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 Froissart are for the first time brought within;
the reach 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
this "Herodotus of a barbarous age;" but the scarcity
and high price offormel 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.:
n15


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that his Roomp c0a=4mm,.ofl
9 o'clock, for the purpoeof
Theory and Practice' f
averages about 0o ljmeo a,
cessmve evenings, or at: th c
ate instruction i ids 1 i8fA

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oethod may be ha te .i

MATHEMafl6
E9. C. ROSS, f.rr saT.
United States Military Aco
emiatical School at No.47'I
Young gentiaes hwip
will be prepared to enter tt%
av.ntse. Thoae OWish
'Vil PWOU1& ab.i
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MANUFACTURER OF
GOLD AND SILVER WA- CH DIALS,
augl6 tf No. 175 Broadway.
CLARKE & COMPANY.
FANCY DRY GOODS.
No. 337 Broadway, New York. .
J. BATTIJI,
276 Greenwich street, New York.
Keeps constantly on hand a geneast, tsotmesat of
GLOVES AN2D HOSIERY, -
LAMBSWOOL, MZRINO, SILK AND COTON
'8HIRTS AND DRAWERS,
au14 Wholosalee and'Retail.
.,ARRIAGE WANTED.---Any person iavimg a
C Carriage for sale, that has been but little used,
may find a purchaser by addressing Box No. 224 Lower
Post Offiee. s12
ROOM WANTED-Wanted a Parleo apd two!
L Bed-rooms, with one for a servant, furnished r,
unfurnished. A situation below Chambers street would;
be preferred. Address box No 776 Upper Post Office.;
s17
N0. tAVENDISH HOTEL-LOI)N DON
N o.81 Jermyn street, St. James', near St. Jamei'
Park, Buckingham Palace.
THOMAS HUNTER begs most ltespetfuytll .
prise American gentlemen visiting London, that he has
entered on the above very eligible situated Hotel, aPw
assures them that the strictest eatttion wil be paid to
their convenience and comfort, and feelssatisfied tih v:
rangements he has made, will enable him to copdett.
the establishment on such moderate terms ad wll
ensure their continued patronage.
He is at liberty to refer to many American gentle.
men, who have honored him with their patronage.
s14 3m
TIT in press.
V OMAN'S MISSION.
If women could once be made to understand their
real mission in thij world, and to feel their bwn ii-
portance and responsibility, a surprising change must
immediatelytake place in society, giving it a higher
With Introduction and Notes, by the Rt. Rev. e.
W. Doane, Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey.
o4 WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broadway.
ASTRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c.-
Transits-from London, Theodolites, from Lon'
don, Paris and Germany; Telescopes of Frauonhope's,
Rossins, Troughton & Simms, and Plopel's make;
together with a large assortment of Naut*al Instru-
ments, Mathematical and Astronomical Books; for
sale by E. &oG. W. BLUNT, 179 Water at.,
jel7 cor. of Burling slip.
TAVERN AND EXCISE LICENSES-NO-
STICE.-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 18th instant, and proceed
in regular order as follows, viz:
1st and'2d Wards on Monday, 18th instant.
3d and 4th do Tuesday, 19th do.
4th and 5th do Wednesday, 20th do.
6th and 71h do Thursday, 21st do.
9th and 10th do Friday, 22d do.
S Ithand 12th do Saturday, 23d do.
13th and 14th do Tuesday, 26th do.
15th, 16th and 17th Wednesday, 27th do.
Persons wishing Licenses, are requested to apply
within the time specified, to avoid the penalties of the
law. By order.
JAMES H. WARD, First Marshal.
Mayor's Offide, New York, Nov. 11th, 1839.
Papers employed by the .Corporation-will publish
the above daily until tthP27th inst. n14 t27
GRAND AND UNEQUALLED DISPLAY OF
. SPLENDID NEW STYLES IN FRENCH
EMBROIDERIES, at 359 Broadway.
The following arc the leading articles: i
Brussels Lace Pelerines, Mantillas an'd Collars,
very rich Lace and Muslin Shawls, Squares and half.
Squares, Laee and Muslin Pelerines and-Capea, seve-
ral thousand Lace and Muslin trimmed Collars,iHabit
Shirts, with and without Collars, Chemnfettes, Stem-
aclers, and great quantities of Muslin ind Lac Ctuffit
Children's Collars, Cap;, Cpwns, &c.
.azticular attention x reqaMeted to the extraordina-
ry assortment of Babies' Robes, Baptismal Dresses,
FrockBodies. Cambric Canpa S., S
_ilpwW~i O 5i fu^-lfcSrtiw. Bifatfii-


= ar-or, ,
ccmmodations for tw or thee "
geLher with Board, Appgrat,
1 .Lyceum Buildng,'. 563, 3
for meetings of Societie., Clubs, e., b the t
by the ~gason. It is every way adftld ori- pu"r- "
pose, being carpeted and Yurnihed ith a
table, &c. Terms, $5 ber single evenih*,h- -. .
in8 tf JOHN 0. JAY, 96 t% W .-
r ECTURE ROOM TO tETr, by thb- day,Sti
J-LJ or year, in the Lyceum Building, Nt 53 Br3 d.
way _Applyo JOtN CL.JATI
:n8tf 'W Boadat.;
8TO .LET--Thehree story brick How., j&
E. _89 Walker street. The houns is in emoeallt
.UgLorder, and can be seen at any te, oa_
tien to OHN-, a'Bt ,
nll 1w NO. I
& FOR SALE-A house at }tbkaE .
-iii sidence of the subscriber, with lasg irdie,
lrape vine, asparagus beds, &c. Thi furnit ,
all new and of the best kind, mayem hadr si" ,
right of ferriage. Can be seen at anr tlme'
JOGSflA R. SAINS,
Hoboken, Nov. 5, 1839. -.-
TrO LET-A convenient Orce id',Lttwi,"nw
grflnite building in Burling slip. bnf aoodr ft
JEnSout st. Inquire of C. H. MARSHAL4L,4
Burling slip. m a i-t.
M TO LET-From the 1st November 1 thaJLit
May next, the two story brick House, No, 610
aI Broome street. Appl to
o29 E. K. COLLIN S CO. 56 Soutli '?'"
PEACh MOUNTAIN COAL.-Thbe .'iterikp
P have on hand Peach Mountain Coal, opaf.rt
quality, which they offer for sale in the lump, brlakij
egg and nut sizes, at the market prices, delivered *
of cartage.
LAING, RANDOLPH, 250 Washington st.. :
corner of Le Hey and Greenwich street, .-
n13 and East Broadway and Gouveura ts.
EACH MOUNTAIN COAL AFLOLAT.-"- i
subscribers have, on hand Peach Mouitaia CO d,
of superior quality, which, ,they offer. for sale ifria
lump, broken, egg and nut sizes, at the market retW ,
delivered free of cartage.
LAIN G & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington t, ..
..cormer of Le Roy and Green*ich ast.
nl3 and East Broadway and Gouveneur et.
T ACKAWANNA COAL-Egg and broken, 86
.4 50 per ton; large nut, $6 do. do. Delivered in
any part of New York and Brooklyn free f cartag4.
Apply at 53 William, corner of Pine' at the crneti%
Beach and West, and the ndrt-west corner ef Kin
and Greenwich streets, New'York; or at the Cal
Yard, foot of Jackson street, Brooklyn. .. n9
(COAL.-The subscribers have on hand. Riddle.
Q I Newcastle, Virginia,-and fine Lirevjpauoea.far
smith's.andmanufiiacturers' use; and ooarse Ne- woasti,
Liverpool, Sidney, Pictou and KennaU Coala, for rate
and manufacturing uses, for sale ia lota to ulit purtha.
sers, at the market rates.
LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington st.


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-.- tlaugment the resources, and emualt the character of cure for the mere English student the treasures in I[From thle Gazna. 1 will be employed during the winter in ai in thew
NmEW-YORK AMERICAN. the nation. the Archsaolot of Literature, Sgience and Art, GUNK3AL, sjlmt (Rooheter) United Statei nt. P in'that qumr.--Bsltlmore
No. T" th ". ,. Democratt" m e lkt..t Whig papers American.]
ATUtR DAY EVEN.ING, NOVEMBE.R 1 39 No. VIII. another excellent article on the which*are furniaed by, the profound researches of fa wiy-t for our coum-.
V ,. actuS ofL. e gl~ LaUguagt, in whicbthe. the German Literati. Greeke and Roman l4y- 's be l I Gn. SCO.' It Wa. r SIB LIONL SMITH, the late Gonernorr oJama-
Ofofe,.o o.frem- -es wa made- ".;. .
S. N" h\a Wall stret, corner of o Wf d re. e : d value of oI1 natqi resources in th.r manby old thology,.Hieowy, Biography. Manners,a Customs a J.d l s .ia i vea was made ci, who has been waiting some days in this city
.An)lo-Sax* are Jstly 4Mated,'wh4ie ue cretfit Habits, iniAh iho rich materials here laid p in in hi ay. e gny tbeginng to for the departure of the Great Western, was wait-
REVIEW OF THE WEEK. is given to our foreign Latin and Griek auxiliaries storefor the industrious scholar. h ht not to be our upon by a committee on behalf of the colored
*We havreceived by a late arrival the October and their European descendants. The study of the SHAKISPEAR AND HIS YRIENDS.-We have not tiW(t a spoken in a voice not easi-, eitiens, with the following address and rsolu-
numbers dr t'a LONDoW QUASTIRLY and TaH Saxonais pressed upon the scholars of our day, as a as yet had an opportunity of giving this work a ly to be misude ood. tions-
SEiNRsa Rv E contain several good language which gives us the chief peculiarities of continuous reading, but from the dips we have mae Te r ifar as any expression-has ToHis Excecy Sir ionl Smith, Baront,
tND e a-v wret" ofa'sbject. On none t structure and idiom of th nglisn we dany use. ben ite.. ir-l; "orable; not one witn ". Sir:- At a meeting of the colored citizens of the
paperon variety of jects. Onnone e structureandidiomofthengiswe into it, and from the concurring testimony of friends the rnge of or ain dissented frm
hp is the diverse political bias these journals The examples given are curious and interesting to of decided taste, we are induced to believe it thethe opinion that h idecidedlyth strongest man th, 1839, atthe Chatam Street hapel, on
ie the hilologit. They ae so eulgistic, ean cmIthat couldb.in ) tean t 1yoa t thyn 1839, 1 a
mdt exemplified, than in their respective reviews the philologist. They are so eulogistic, and chime best picture of the manners of the Elizabethan era that could e.ppro ted by our party. He hasTimoty Eato was called t the
pi stood hare heard fromtC. sed Secretarye
of Captain Mary'aAs in America," w 'ichin so harmoniously with our own prejudices, that we ich has evestood enirty a oof fromt the parzan warfare of Chair, and W Tyon appointed Secretary.
owhnh has ever been dCaptai Ma the w.ie the 1W ten ,years, sanping the whole with a The Rev.To S r thi
furnihes to each them text fr the expreon cannot- refrain from citing a few of them. After ascribed to Lador, but there is, with all its cever- atema eyeand e he elected, would eetinit
- of their gentimenta upon Republican TIstitutions.- premisig that-- ness, an inequality about it which forbids take the helm untrammelled with the prejudices or nel Smithlate Governor of the Island of Jamaica,
We 9eed not say that t e notice in the QUARTEa-. The English language consists of about thirty- the idea. The character of Sir Walter Raleigh is predilections of etherparty, farther than a sun d Governor elect for the Island of Mauritius, be-
S 5 felsome amd- of the __ ,, eight thousand words. This includes, of course, and discnmmatg jugment would dictate the ing in this city, and about leave on Sturday
Sa mean laudatory of the apta not only radical word but all derivatives, except a fi conception, exquisitely wrought out. adoption or rejetin of leading measures. An 1thinst.,for GreatBritain; andinconsequence of
peculation s L the most determined Tory could the preterits and. participles of verbs; to which NICHOLAS NICKLEBY, complete in one volume. honest heart, a clear ad comprehensive mind, and the respect entertained by our colored citizens for
dire; nor that the Na is rather more dis- must be added some few terms which, though set For sale by Wil a steady hand, are needed to save us from certain al good men, there should be an ex session of th
to a well a the Captai, trict jus- down in the dictionaries, are either obsolete, or le by Wle utnam wor, shipwreck, on the quick-sands whih we are rapidly sametoward is Excellency; he,terefore, oer-
alth h wt r s t Jot have never ceased to be considered foreign. Of justly claims pre-eminence as a standard novel and approaching, or m wic we might say, we are al- ed the following resolutions, which ere enthsi-
tie| ltbough wit"h different renults to te padres, these, about twenty-three thousand, or nearly five- most accurate picture of the times, is at length ready floundering. All these he possesses im an astically adopted
concert; They.ar capital articles to be read ine eighths, are of Anglo-Saxonorigin. The majority completed. It has been so extensively circulated, eminent degree, combined with the eperience Resolved, Thit the colored citizens of New
coaection. T EDINBURH, the only one we of the rest, in what proportion we cannot say, are which his long and distinguished services has acu- in common with the friends of human rights
h.. a d leisure t examine w it care, has for its Latin and Greek; Latin, however, has he larger and ts met are so fal iar to g n emulated. Every well-isher of his country should and the oppression, most cordial unite in
adl share that we eely announce its publication, Tset about the inquiry, whether enough has not been expressing their feelings of gratitude and respect
SReview of the Life of Thomas Telfrd, The writer continues- developed at Waington to require a change of to Sir Lionel Smith, (no in this city,) late Go-
the c rated Oivil Engineer, written by himself. The names of the greater part of the objectsof The Great Western takes, or rather took, her ants, and wheth any other nae can be vernor of the Island of Jamaica, for the equity, jus-
The "Life" contains a Descriptive Narrative of sense, in other words, the terms which occur most departure to-day-carrying, back to England the brought before the people who will so certainly twice, and firmness, with which he has administered'
i ~is Professional Labors, and presents an as. frequently in discourse, or which recall the most intelligence, we are glad to say, of the continued succeed, notonly in bling elected, but in reform- the laws enacted for the emancipation of our broth-
-assinga instce of what can be accomplished: vivid conceptions, are Anglo-Saxon. Thus, for impregnability of the New York Banks, and of a wte by the Whig National Convention om en in that Island.
.s nd singleness of rsuit. It. example, the names of the most striking objects in possibility that, ere long, even the Banks in those by g onetonResolved, That we consider it a peculiar pri
.by ting iustry na snglnes of pursuit. I pvisibie nature, of the chief agencies at work there,
b tumior a igl n of p u visibie nature, of the chief agencies at work there, cities which yielded to a supposed necessity of tSiverai of the Members of the House of Repre- lege, to express our high appreciation of the gene-
Snoble example for the imitation of all who and of the changes which pass over it, are Anglo- es whsentatives have already visited this city, with a rous and philanthropic efforts of Sir Lionel Smith
-: y be called-upon to struggle with the adverse Saxon. This language has given names to the suspension, will resume their payments. At any view to the Seasidn of Congress which commences to secure and extend to our brethren in Jamaica
-Bnts bf birth and fortune ,-urrents which, to heavenly bodies, sun, moon, stars ; to three out of rate, New York and New England stand firm to a fortnight fro Monday next, for the purpose of their political rights, and to promote their social
petien set -ess r y with.u a" n e the four elements, earth, fire, water; three out of their faith and duty; and now it seems so much selecting sea& th* hall of that body, to which and religious improvement.
less trony wih us hanin the or seasons, spring, summer, winter; and in- the natural and roer condition of thin that it Members are'considered entitled by priority of Resolved That a committee of fifteen be ap-
-'and pevnt fewer obstacles to the successor talent, da to all the natural divisions of time except the natural and proper condition o thins, that it pointed to wait on His Excellency, Sir Lionel
and pterprise. We trust that this Life of Tel-: one ; as day, night, morning, evening, twilight, has almost ceased to be a merit that their Banksthatthe Membe of the House generally will be smith, and inbehaifofthismeeting tender to him
fd wll oon be r.published in this country. Here,' noon, midday, midnight, sunrise, sunset; some of did not do as those of the South have done. on the ground is year, a day or two before the the respect and gratitude of the colored citizens
Wit{ willamoon ID rstre a tiy un .to, of Ne r k, anda copy of these inresolutiHns.
: which are amongst the most poetical terms we have. Exchange on England has risen 3 or 4 per cent. day for the opening of the Session.-([Nat. Intel.]of NewYork, and a copy of these resolutions.
every thmg which relates.to the art of construe- To the same language we are indebted for the d i t. A, lR be ot rf yh f d T g resolved, That this committee shall consistopher
tian, should be most carefully studied. The great names of light, heat, cold frost, rain, snow, hl g e la 4 hours-an indication both o We present ot riders with a list of the mem- James McCune Smith, M. ., Rev. Christopher
number of works ofnternal improvement going sleet, thunder, lightning; as well as almost all greater ease in the money market, and of the scar- bears elected to the enate and Assembly of this Rush, Thos. L. innings, William P. Johnson,
on arn us, and- the vast importance of correct those objects which form the component parts of city thus far of bills against the new crop. There State. It correpe nd with that published by the John J. Zuille, John Peterson, Wm. A. Tyson, A.
S timpn. ibn t -outset, must be our apology for hl anddale, wood and stream, &c. is, however, no ground, we presume, no to ap- Argus, except, in om particular-the insertion of Miller, Matthias Van Stagg, Z. A. Barbary, Philip
the tiduction of 0some extracts from this able .It is from this language we derive the words prehend any such permanently high rate as will the ame of Gener Root in the Third District. A. Bell, Rev. S. E. Corish, JohMitchell.
paper, uo the. necessity of scientific education, which are expressive of the earliest and dearest take off specie from this side-for, as soon as the Those m italics ae Vhigs. TIMOTHY EATO, Chairman.
connictd with practical experience. The writer connexions, and the strongest and most powerful restored health of the Southern cities will enable SNATE. W A. TYSoN, Secreary.
w ttperience. Ane writer: ..xAi. In resaecdfull offering to our Excellenc the
S otr opinion so prevalent- mong feelings of our nature; and which are consequent- commerce.to resume its activity, the shipments of First Di-tric-F..ederick A. Talmadge', Gulian accompanyegp resolutions the Commtte begl Y to
ua o f t opi s pOng ly invested with' our oldest and most complicated cotton and tobacco will lay the foundation of an C. Verplanck, 4 areil Furman, Minthorme Tomp- al|u to tho events whih lt fr the
:'thM who call themselves practical men, and who associations Their very sound is often a spell abund .. .. k ins /-~ ,ld .o the -nt whic .ae .lctd from.:"
... ... .._ ,; ..... ___ -,_ ....."_socaton. _, ve__-u .....n. -,,tn sl bn abunaant supply of bi o s,-or, what will amount to nt _. ..... ,, colred ctzens of New ork this expressnC o;-
angeer at theory, s if it were diverse from, and for the orator and the poet to conjure withal.' It i ,. a a econd Dian colored ti f th ep i oe
sneer at tSeory, iras H. Van Dyckuaffd Henrse their rpect and admiration for the sound princi-
coutadictory to, and not necessarily connected is this language which has given us names for the same thing, specie will be received from Eu- A Livingston, Da. el Johnson, John Hunter. ple. and enlightened policy with which y.ou have
wih prctc. Hs sas -father, npther, husband, wife, brother, sister, son, rope for the purchase of our staples. Third Distriotr-Alonzo (. Paige, Friend Huv.m- discharged the ce of Governor of Hr Majes-
I .Practice. kold- an hbsays ac- daughter, child, home, kindre friends. It is this The Banks of this city, meanwhile, are di- phrey, MiaelSanford, Erastus Root. diy Island of Jamaica.
I soond practical knwledge andaits of 8c- which has furnished us with the greater part of counting ih a discreet liberality, though, per- Fourth District-Samuel Young, MartinLeo -
ate observation should found incompatible those meonyes, and other figurative expres- wiBethuel Peck, Ja s Gdiscre H kinse. m though, per- ad
wit mawith emaical and physical attainments, we sions, by which we represent to the imagination, haps, they do not make quite effort enough to ren- Fifth District- id er, Avery Skinner menhad succeeded persuading th Brith Cabi-
.would at:oIce pronounce in favor of science as the and that in a single word, the reciprocal duties and der available to their dealers the notes which the Joseph Clark, S r E, would be necessary to repress the passions of en
ditoashing q ity of the engineer';but we enjoyments of hospitality, friendship, or love. latter hold, payable out of this city. Sixth District-)aniel S. Dickinson, Laurens that had been pent up by two hundred years of
nt a r Su et roir The Banks are now so much at their ease, so Hull, Alvh funt,Andrew B. Dickinson. bitter oppresion, itas the tof yonr Excelency
.ruetion- of-oarks in which the materials are ex-tios, too, of which we are susceptible, are ex- S
posed to the disintegrations of chemical and atmo- pressed in the same language, as ve, hope, fear, entirely within rule, that they might, as it seems n DitctSamuel L. Edwards, to be chsen to restrain this wild phrensy of a peo-
-spmical aents-to the superincumbent pressure: sorrow, shame; and what is of more consequence to us, discount against notes payable elsewhere, Eihth- District-S el Works; Willia A. I ,lood-thirsty by the yboon o liberty.
lid tid bodies-to the action of compli- to the orator and the oet, as well as in common and to be held as collateral security, the notes: of ose.y, He ry at now tree years sce you entered upon
se~b si~s~ai-.es-to the direct assaults of life, the outward tn thy ws arh emotin is indi-h" "l H H k s AMram D t" as, th, .r
ir e tmpst, and to various con- coated are almost al iglns by which emotion is di-the holders here of that paper-stipulating, of Ho masters, recently stripped of irresponsible power,
t'~liItnBamtieh -, ,, cae are almostm.at Angl-Saxon; such are tear, s, o.oe s il rbs othe Albany, Co'b rily.. r., Peri t -
twent.oar. i, .hic. h require to be foreseen and- smile, blush, to laugh, to weep, to sigh, to groan. course. 6niy to be responsible for debts in other Albay Couny-Hey G. Wheat, Frederick there -was some emand for the firm resolve an
atd, ,We canum, indeed, conceive how the Most of those objects about which the practical places, in the medium in which they shall be paid. ,Allegany- Flar., d o, e----- whr h. be d t ior Eibc l-
uninacmrted engineer can bring to thte aid of his WAlegany-iWiam welsh, lencjs miltay character, yet ere was on te
own p ctical k'iti-.ce any other than- a species. reason of man is employed in common life, receive An understanding of this sort might spare great Broome-CoV. Merserau. part of the freed-men a call for the exercise of
of trediSA y Iowledge, the applicability of their aames from the Anglo-Saxon. It is the lan- present sacrifices to the merchant-for the $5000, Cattaraugus-. A. S. S Croker, Timothy H. gentler and nobler Qualities than are usually ac-
which he takes for and the correctness for the most prtf business; of the coun- for instance, on Baltimore or Philadelphia, which he P quired in the tested field.
R, which he takes fort a to n at to the correctnest a g-house, the shop, the market, the street, the Cayuga.-Jon iW. McFadden, Artema, Cady, It was a fortunate circumstance for the cause of
a( oe aisno.a toetto th- t farm; and however miserable the man who is fond now cannot collect at less than 13 or 14 per cent. Andrews Preston. ..anity, tit .. 1 .ht
6f' r u exaamiation. Thse trwth of these ..... .: ya
ar ei. is ill manistd in.the history o of philosophy or abstract science might be, if he discount, may possibly, at the end of 3 or 4 months, Chautauque-NGeo. A. Fr h, Odin Benedict, with you more of those prepossesions that might
er- .tgengioeere y maesg, which bodaisted of a had no othlzvocabulary but this, we must recollect be collected for 2 or 5 per cent. Meantime, it Win. Rice. have been termed fanaticism, ydu yet possessed


our^JSt~a o fo most of the great works' nuch portance to genera happjnss as that which Whatever.can be done with a reasonable pros- Columbia-Jutin Niles, Robert MKinsiry, the spread of religion aongst the freed-men.
hich m Egla, and chertully proffer our Nethatrly al atimlapovs, inwch itt Jonas Miller. In the practicey'oftheae noble-riecip,, yUr e-


gfr A of adm ers, toio p those who planned and serves the purposes of itoo hica ence. pe of affor Bankse bu nd to a ke o m Cortland--auy B. Pl W Barnes. loeny h ila urels more du thana
aruted bs. wet it r into be see how truly osai so muchof the prctical wisdom of a hazard-"should be done for a community that has Delaware-Orson M. Alqbeoa, Nr,athm Bristql. military renown, and developed truth which may
*d know tgwasenciey of which time no resides, and which constitute the manual so nobly aud d taccessfully struggled to maintain Dutchrs-W-enry, Condin, Panic Tatey, Amos Beodeemed glorious, since they reflect borr bt'gour
J. the s. and te ath mathe- o f, considered f art leaA as impaired its commercial honor. Clinton Abi c tpommon e-irity. :

Slnquire, in the progress A very large proportion (h: ad that always the (From the Albany Daily Adiiertser.] Salisbury. C.ot awley, Stepher Pborn, Aaron Varing your executive career in th% Island of Ja-
-...ik.. SIU.c&U105 a muc A 1 -r 3! ipaica,h it&hasbuennRdemo "sstrated-&
Se-ct O a. tro"61) Of elangugge of inoective, humor, ABANY s awacnce.--ttoneneral haofcii canvass Eex--- A.. SimnMs. 1st. That the suddenem.ancipation of a people
aIu Y t y a perg Sflthe Suftie a granI transition to iiery ; beasle
:ri- assh. galmou s.Bfe p tmgrpe u.a o tof deeper Mr. ttiunphrey-onay six sore. VGeneec-^ege W. Lay, Alva Jefferson, Hor- 2dly. There is no fear of violence on the part of
Sa m gl alwhatevrbe long bel thypere philosophers, oif een mer- It is worthyy of remark that in these to counties ace Healy, J. W Brownson. those to whom rational freedom c is given in ex-
.- hpsa- t i-- fa.erablc e ents. The vocabulary of abuse amongst most the change in favor of Whig principles since the Greene--Sylvester Nichols, Gilbert Bedell. change for tyrannical oppression; and
asertinf that on t we, nations is not oly very copious, but always singu- ,Presidential election of 1836. is no less than twen- Herklmer--eorge Burch, Daniel Bellinger. Oddly That if on the part of a few from whom ir-
t ,hai an proe larIo hearty and idiomatic. 'Ap ost al beters ty seven hundred otes Thus : Jefferson-Caoi Clark, Charles I. Clarke, S. responsible power is taken, and in whom the unlimi-
ysics4 mechanical, f an phrases by which we most energetically express Delaware then gave for Van Buren 2823 Johnswo. ted exercise of passion is checked, there should be
have ra l cand stu g anger, contem and indignaon, are of Anglo- .. Against him 000 IKnsJerein Johnsen, Adrian Hegeman. an outbreak of violent and malevolent feelings, there
9. W ewIV .is nat tolerably vorsant inSe axo noige -. -- Lewis-Chester B&ick. is'nevertheles. a sufficiency of forbearance and
nd t'haoMre a"l0 thoseruy ted A proper use of generally-received and adopted Majority, 2023 oaLivigston-r.e W. Patterson, Elias Ccark. love of order on the part of the liberated, to cancili-
*paui a.TSCoii a ae c it .p.icf .forde i Albany gae for Van Buren 4947 Madiso-Beniamin Enos, Daniel Dickey, ate, and restrain such outbreaks.
rad" no. qu a lfied to superu4tend of foreign languages discourged. It is well r- s a- Montgomery-'eter Wood, John Veeder. moved from a sphere already so highly benefited
_;^^t..f.r mi aLndf p rssr' k.. ^..ia ntored Majority, 6iedIo8868 Monroe-D-erik Sibley, Enoch Strng, Geo ge and still so greatly needing your enlightened policy,
a.ild the auter atiore of hcania l, ar- The Latin contributes most largely to the lan- In 186 he had 2709 majority in these two con- Boon, our regret is lessened by the hope that to the new
ij ad hides, as thestructures of other guage of polite life, as well as to that of polite ties. Now he has SIX !'!! What sort of "res- New York--Johan i. Morgan, J. J. Roosevelt, scene of action to which it has pleased her majesty
b maw l[Boi hthowesM on every headland !iterture.. To theb orator, this portion of language action" is this Jr., Thogas Herttesl, Solomon Townsend, Norman to appoint you, your excellence will carry the same


a e y rt iwok in -e.very village- is of less importance, because energy is his great ro th Boston A s.] nicocK, wm. n, maclay, Anomas potora, ulys- principles and follow out the same line of conduct
rk---elsey stream--teamers object ; and indeed, wherever, energy is the ojet, ses D. French, trancis W. Lasak, Paul Grout, which has proved so eminently beneficial to the
*. rid-,g sad ocean-and railways, like it is comparatively 0o little consequence. But MASSACHUSETTS ELECTION Cornelius H. BrJon, Edmund J. Porter, George Island of Jamaica.
~ts Lri, maths of the spider, stretching their where the very object is often to soften, what Morton's present majority in 282 towns, 115. Weir. The loftiest encomiu that can be pronounced
r~ y''5.ertbo I-.w.th anrd breadth of the would be offensively strong, impart dignity or no- There are five towns in Hampshire not heard from, Niagara-Peten B. Porter, jr, Francis 0. Pratt on your Executive Administration, is contained in
Eg ft subjects ourancertors have be- velty, to what is trite, or to avoid what is vulgar which gave last year 113 majority for Everett, Osw POterDfendorf, Wn. Dar these facts: that you were welcomed to the Island
p*l 1 p i Miovarv knowledge nd e r- hackneyed, terms and phrases from the Latin Oneida-CharlesA. Mann, Jno. F.'Trowbridge, by malevolent men enraged at the loss of irrespon-
hertrttworthy rs ."i a thousand eases most valuable resources. three towns in Franklin, which pave 20 majority Nelson Dawley, Anson Knibloe. sile rule over the bodies of their fellow-men; at
"a.: ta re .,-and experiments conduc- Aain, it is often necessary to convey ideas' for Everett, and 11 towns in Berkshire, which gave Orange-William S. Little, Robert Denniston, your departure, six miles of the road were lined by
etofipn, and combined with the pre- which, though not truly and properly offensive in Morton 32 majority. The probability is, that all Benj. Brown. many thousand colored freemen, assembled with
'SS 'tiCal analysis "v absolutely ne- themselves, would, if clothed in the rough Saxon, these towns will about balance each other, leaving Orleans-1 Wbridge. ~. ihs and tears, to take the last farewell of one in
-n pa.hm defecta-;-ton determine the appear so to the se8nititev modesty of a highlyr- OYt Birdseye Jam a wmt
-- 1,Jm h strength of those solid ma- -finu state, o society---dressed in Lauin, ,mtese P.tre. t"tL-zaa, Smith. In they had ou riend and otr.
S ^3f I~- ch~re strensv the ss ma- .ned state of society-dressed m Latin, theve Moxton ahead from 100 to 200 votes. roenC, Pires fW^a wrmh Sith. In conclusion, whilst our humble and oppressed
Shic ~~st oon whirl with new velocities, very same ideas shall seem decent enough. There The scattering votes are pretty numerous--150 Ontario-Henry W. Taylor, Abm. A. Post, Rey- situation, as colored Americans, denies us an exhi-
-16i6 s t newt v ins, and perform new functions is a large number of words which, from the fre- in Essex and 26 in Suffolk. In the town of Becket ld Peck. bition of the pomp and circumstance with which a
atWldf meehanism. We must ma.ke our qencvy with which they are used, and from their there were 22 scattering. We think now the num- Otseg--Levi S. Chatfield, Charles Walker, Ar- people are wont to welcome a distinguished stran-
in p o-i ;_t.mbr umrihl by plunging them in being so constantly in the mouths of the vulgar, .ro .ote. nold B. Watson. ger, yet we have left,lo offer your Excellency the
." mC1 .i.U.l... h-sincere.homegaoerofscattengvotesfwiougroaprettuhnear a tatu-suand-inwh
6- -ercqria "i tiouns --w must de- would not be endured in polished society, though er of catering votes willgo pretty near a thou- Ptnam- xo smith sincere homage of or grateful arts and which-
J $umanii Btime strength by the due "more privileged synonymse of Latin origin,, or sand. It appears, therefore, to be certain, that Queens--Jon A. King. ever hemisphere, prwhatever clime, it may hence-
tw cyttriae6 elemengts ;-w e must som privileged synsc ymel oution exeing o x
ii of its iea elements ;-we must some classical circumlocution, expressing ex- there is no choice-made by the people. Rensseher- W. H. Van Sehoonhoven, Garra- forward be the lot 4o your Excellency to abide,
~s b. -eS-to o, by giving it scientific i- actly the same thing, shall pass unquestion- The House will be strongly Whig. due Deyoe, Sad ud W. -Hoig. thither will we turn our eyes in expectation to see
.tl h r rlite-in every preveItive device, ed. There may be nothing dishonest, no- *. Rocklsad-iWm. F. Frazer. the kindle and the blaze of the beacon light of Li-
'S ..pTqJ deq.rte bulwarks to resist the thing really vulgar about the old Saxon word, A reward of $60 is now offered for the capture Richmond-.Bor W Pe. Wiran berty. We hail your Ercellency as a co-worker
o ii.of Ms g and of steam. yet it would be thought as uncouth in a drawing- of the convict who made hisescape from the St. Lawrence-As Sprague, Zenas Clark. in the cause of Immediate and Universal Emanci-
sakSvis e ne wel founded and generally room, as the ploughman to whose rude use it is prison, owing to the scarcity of keepers, most of Steuben-Andrew R Chatfield, Abram M. Ly- nation. And we pray that God may freely bestow
.Ai s* evident from the remarkable fact, abandoned. Thds the word 'stench' is lavendered whom were scattered about the polls in this and belt, Richa-d Browe. on you all spiritual and temporal blessings, length
Si es b fou universities or colleges have over into unpleasant effluvia, o an ill odour: other towns, teaching freemen ho to vote- Suffolk-David Haey, John M. Williamson. of days, and continued vigor of undersanding,
t ma .g bW. .swinre, and apparntlywityhout 'sweat' diluted into four times the number of sylla- [Auburn Journal.] Sullivari-- B., John. such as may enable you to work out to a success-
eaof h otler's intentions, made bies, becomes a very i noffnsive thing in the shape, o Seneca-Ornge Wilkinson. ful issue, the cause which you have so nobly begun.

o e d o td n s i n i t ic o et, how to'mneage the business, and the Whigs are Saratog a-Jo i Wn, D. "aniel ta T rt.
i tf we demand from outlaw- paratively venical. Inded, we may say of these lead them a terrible wild goose chase. One day Schenectady-Jlos R ussl Sanders. blacks taken from the Amistad, and now cane
'ofstudyin, Matters where classical names of. vices, what Burke more- ques- th higas make the Loves Focos vote by yeas Tioga-Thoutas Firington. at Hartford, will be read with interest. Why sould
an d claim from tionby seaid of vices theselfvese'thiat thealy tabe to n that no amendment can a be laid on the Tompkins-Ron -Swarawou, Williamn H. L. these poor creatures be an exception to the oina-
ti6 conc eaid of v te ls I that they lose, Tubject of
Sgi cc ealydca imf toe table without the main question. This is all duly Bogart.
$v Aues religious instructors not half their deformity by losing all their grossness. recorded; and the next day the naughty''Whigs U ry rules, which govern all jails and prisons in rela-
if i *ti hir iudiesbuta positive In the same manner, we all knew that it -i very load n the mnartyy iathe rdigthe ir Ulsten-Josn VR u Oselbal, Deavid iB oarnd.
im th thei W lead the majority into the act of recording their Yaten-samn ell tion to their th et wl be noefor the ul-
e em~ip~ll wioul lsri pursuits, shall we possible for a medical man to put to us questions, Warren-Joseph R sel
warisit up a thorough and under the seemly disguise of scientific pbraseoloy names to the doctrine that an amendment may be H. Boyd, Anderson Si map- tended to theef ye, og
-stake, the bare and ru vernacular, would iualmosti be Westchester-Josiipt String,. Smue B. Ferris.
AaMouW as his Wart.-I hr DurfeOsband. singi among them, thorM wall be none left for the ul
'ealaa..a~aatjtr eet samr e Involved! Lastly, There are many thoughts which gain INFLUENCE ot ma PtsBs.-It cannot be doubt- eltsworth.
-.~TS^'^ iwore al l established in times immensely by mere novelty and-variety of expres-, ed that one of the main case fthe recent and re- The Senate consiqtsof 82 members, of whom timate decision of our Courts.
uaS SW .r lctnei d profession; "on. This the judicious poet, who knowsthat peated triumphs of principle in the Empire State, is 20, including Root, are Whigs, and 12 Van For te New Yr Amnrican-


some of them, to blankets, others to reefkina.-.
But, from the apptance- of their shirts, they
were not often put to thii inconvenience.
:ffhursday, youn-my tteapber, was, somewhat
rJiny, and the temperature meodeate. But tke.f
w1iinot, I think, a single window inwany, of the-
rooms even partially raised., And as the rooms axe.
heated,-yes, sir, I may well say heated-with
stoves, in order that its warmth may be substituted
tor the mere healthy one produced by the quanti-
fy of clothing usually worn at this season of the
year-you may safely enough conclude, that this
degree of heat, combining with the other causes
m mentioned, would produce a most villainous atmps
phere. And so it does. The wonder With every
one visiting the jail must be-not that those who
were brought there sick, have several of them died ;
not that the remainder of the sick (the condition of
the rooms being unchanged,) 'Will die-lfor it can
scarcely be conceived how they-can do otherwise,-
but itmust be, that they do not all become sick, and
die martyrs to injudicious, if 'not inhuman, treat-
ment.
One of the sick (and I think there must be some
six or seven on tLe sick list,) chanced to be naked,
and in the. act of dressing himself as I entered the
room. He is the most emaciated human being,
capable of standing up and walking, I ever saw.-' -
He cannot, I should think, live two weeks longer'
in the stench to which he is confined day and
night.
They arc generally provided with good substan-
tial shoes, but such is their'destitution of the neces.
sary upper clothing for this climate at this time of
year, that they cannot with any safety or comfort
be taken out-as they were in the warm months--
for exercise in the open air, essential- as this must
be the preservation of their health.
The ailor-was inthe rooms most of the time that I
was. He is certainly any thing but prepossessing oh
the score of manners. The impression he made on
me was, that he had little or no sympathy with the.
people committed to his charge, and was jealous of
every, visitor, who he suspects is unlike himself.
I tried more than once, and in the most respectful
manner, to obtain answers from him to questions
that I put, but he was so thoroughly uncivil,'that I
had to give it up.
On 'Wednesday, the day before I was in the jail,
a humane lady of New Haven had given to Cingua
(or Zinguy, as the interpreter pronounces it) a com-
fortable cloth frock coat, which fitted him very
,el, and in which he made quite a handsome ap-
9.esiirance. She had given a coat, also, at the same
time to Cingua's relative. When I first saw Cin-
gua, he was dressed out in his-appeared quite
pleased, if not proud of it, as well- as of a clean
white shirt, which had been given him withl the
coat. Before I left, the jailor had taken off both
the coats from the wearers, and had substituted for
Cingua's a green baize or flannel roundabout,
which he pronounced in my hearing much warmer
and more becoming than hi frock. The coats.
were delivered Over to one of the gentlemen en-
gaged in teaching the prisoners, to be put away in
the school-room. Would it not be well, Mr. Edi-
tor, for the gentlemen who have interested them-
selves for these people, to inquire what right the
jailor has to take from them clothes, or any-
other presents which may be made to them As
yet, sir, at least, before they are declared by the
court to be property, it seems to me, that there can
be no doubt of their right to hold, as *property,
whatever may be given to them by others,-and
that whoever may take it away from them--jailor
-though he may be-niakes himself liable to their
action for the trespass. Would a jailor have a
right to deprive even a man condemnedofor thed
basest of crimes, of such clothes as were-for his
comfort, or as he might fancyto wear ? Certainly
not-an4. he should be taught his duty wherever
his tyrannical conduct furnishes occasion for it.
Jailors cannot be too closely watched, aadtheld to
the duties of humanity-as our own State-Pritons
have most abundantly proved.
I was present at the instruction of twp of the'
divisiowp-pne of adults, the other of two of tbi
little girls qad a beyi Such attention to thetacl~-
er-suach eagerness to learn-such gladoee i
every fresh acquisition It seems to m&. i would
be a treat to any one who sympathizes at the sight'
"'ofxhuman g Ssbmlia-'&Cho is zt.4y ap rjoig ajitb-.
those that rejoice-to be proeat .-to .see their
hearty laugh, when they sucee anspeling a word
without blundering.
The gentleman before alluded to saytsthey are
of all people that he has seen the most tractable
and docile, and affectionate. -The interpreter was
directed to tell Cingua, that the little son of this
gentleman--(he had often visited the jail, had be,
come attached to Cingua, and Cingua to him)-
whenever he prayed, prayed for him. Cingua
seemed much affected at hearing it. Without it-
tering a word, but evidently with strong emotion,
he drew out a piece of money and offered it to him.
They dread being sent back to Africa, for fear of
being again kidnapped and enslaved. Especially
anxious is Cingua to remain, and become the gar-
dener ef the gentleman to whose little son he has


become so much attached.
. T was born and brought up in the South, where
I resided until a few years back. I was a little
surprised to see in these Africans,r-with the ex-
ception of two, whom I pointed out as probably not
belonging to the same tribe with the others, before
the fact was communicated to me-such a simi-
larity in color, (not the jet black, except in a few
instances,) in form, and general expression of coun-
tenance, to the colored people of the slave-holding
States.
If you think, sir, the foregoing is worthy of be-
ing published, it is at your service for that purpose.
Yours, &c. B.
New York, Nov. 16, '39.
P. S.-I find I have omitted to mention, that
the tAree little girls and the small boy sleep together
in one bed, in a room apart from the men. The
room, however, is ascesaible, as I understood, at
all times. Now, it is true, the girls are very young,
not exceeding I should think eleven years ; yet it
surly would be better that they should be provided
with different quarters from the,men with whom they
mingle promiscuously during the day. B.

SUPPOSED CASE OF KIDNAPPING.
HuDson, N. Y. 12 mo. 13th, 1839.
To the Editor of the New York American:
Abraham Dumohnt, a sober colored citizen of
this State, in the employ of Ephram Beach, of the
RailroadCompany, Catskill, it appears went down
to the point on the river on the 26th of last 8th
month, (August,) and has not since been heard of
by his distressed wife and children. "
A strange schooner, lying near that place, it is
said, sailed the following hight. Prom whence *be
came, or to what port bound, is not known. '
It is supposed he was decoyed, or taken forcibly
en board. Several colored persons unknown "i.
atir;ill wreT a uaan tkh A -irb f ,Ir)..ha n.n^a.. -.


Fap u Uq x uBaiso.-W. have b-a fared.
by.te ki# a friend, wkhl flthe Br-
tlt^Sa an dle Royal Gazette. They contain to-
thig of .grt interest. From the Boyal Gazsette,
weteke tke following account'of the arrival of a
prizo slaver frq his city, the Clara :
Arrived 4n Subday last, ia 14 days from New
York, the slave schooner Clara, commanded by G.
S. Boys, Esq., Mate, R. N. The Clara is one of
- the, two vessels of which we soi4e rmbnths since
gave particular account, as having been found on
the. coast of Africa under Amertcan papers and
Flag, and nominally commanded by :an Agrican,
but having a crew composed entirely of Spaniarde,
and evidently about to engage in the slave trade.
SThe-Americans, when taken possession of, trwas
naturally to be expected, resofutely maintained that
these vessels (the Clara and the Eagle) were the
- property of inhabitants of the United States of
America ; and so wll ias the deception kept up
by them, that the Eagle, at least, would have beea
lierated, but for the convictioP which Mr. Boys
felt, who first detained her, thit hbe was sl}wer.
When th& commanixers of those vemels found that
they wtre to be" task to the United States, to have
the matter investigated, te at once admitted that
the vessels were slavers and that they were owned
by Spaniards, and begged hard" to he put on shore
and not;taken to New York. Their request .was
not, however, complied with.
On the arrival of these vessel at. New York, the
American Government would ntot have any thing to
do with them, as they were Spanish property, but
took charge of the twoAmericana, the Captaine.
The Clara has come here, we understand, to be
placed in the Court of Vice Admiralty, to be dealt
with as a pirate.
Since the arrival Of theBuzzard and hr prizes
at New York, several other vessels cder precisely
similar circumstances, have been sent there from
the coast of Africa by British cruisers. Th rAme-
rican Regiters for these vessels are said to hive
been-obtained from the Ameriuan Consul at:the
Havana. It is said that at the premt.periidd there
are a greater number of vessel building at Bali-
more, for the Slave Trade, than were ever known
before. ,
H. M. .brig Buzzard -and her prize, tegle,
may be expectedrhe'e shortly from New York.
[From the Journal*of Chnmwure.j
HAMILTON, Bermuda, Nov 2, 1839.
A brig, thought to be the Efizabeth, with cattle,
from New York is now in the offing The .chr.
Catherine, Wait, from Baltimor, ot yt yet arrived ;
over due. The C. Heseltine saoed on 30th ult.
'for Baltimore. The Sally Evan, frerm Barbadoes,
now on her way in.
r The Hon. J. Q. Adams, ob' Tuesdav evening,
delivered a, lecure before thp Quincf Lycttn on
the subject of the Smithsonian bequest to the Uni-
ted States, for the establishment of a Colhae at
'Washington. Though laboring under-a -a avy
cold, says the Boaton Transcript, Mb.-ikra
spoke with a firm voice, and wit his c01mi4lhWteic
earnestness and interest, for an hour eia half.
The hall was crowded. He went at large intg the
history of the bequyest and of the donor, and of tje
action of Congress thus far in the matter. In con-
tinuation bf te sade Wbject, Mr. Ada will de-
liver a second lecture before the Lyceum, on Wed-
nesday evening next, containing; his own view in
reference to the beqeust, and .toits appilpriation
conformably -with the inteitiini 'if the donor,
which, 'e far as his influence can ivail, he insists
shall bhe sacredly observed. Mr. ,ldam. is 'Chair-
man of the Coqimjttee appoitsebty Qbfesu to re-
port on the sab*ject, and in whose ha4a it still
rests. The- bequest, when conveyed *ia 1846,
amounted to about half a million of dollar, on
which interest has since been aecumnzaliug.,
LucTris ONeta, IutSO.-We see -tbafactures
on Ireland, "and the Irish, re" to b& delivftrd at
Clinton Hall, on the evening of Monday and Wed-
-lbesday 4ext, by Samiuel Go. dri eaq., of
'Massmahusetts. From the e minca abilities of
Mr. Goodrich we doubt not ihatthese lecture will
be exceeding interesting.-. The dminrsn ( Peter
Parley may 0w have .ai oppotuity of viwig
thirs venerable friend of the yu.
< ^ f y u' n -" ,
-" -"NATnOnkL TaIuATR3.--TLIS ii th .ia.ight
bU three .rtrr. ;F wrs. eogggnmi&e, w tthr
last night of NehoeHye Mr. Lore mke.Vv Ist
5 kppparac this 0emm 4ging,, < 0%i rC earfr-
timmaenstB f Wi, and Mrvrels 'ad 'MKIe
Host's Dilemmaa.' This is an excwlteai t iat d
one that we hope will ensure to .the misnagrent
oefthis house, that which it riclyj deerver.,u dll
Shouse. .' -,
VAN AlBuBO :- A LeION YA IN W DF a.ys,
The new lion *ith which MrVan Amborgh ethibit-
ed himself yesterday, inhiscage, aftr bly four
day .f .eduatio, qi a-n've of Africa. His hi-
ory ie rather a curious o. Seat as a piesent by
the Emperor of Morocco to the President of: the
United States, the latter complying with the Jaws of
has country, which prohibta republican functionary
from receiving a royal pfemnt, sold him to hM. Titus


-for the sum of 620, -which was remitted to the
authorities of New York for th~lbenefit of the poor.
It was from that city that theHlion was despaiched
to M. Van Amburgh, who made.hi ac uanae,
for the fist time, on the evening ef tbe 2d Oto r.
-The Prefecture of Police, being co tly i med
of the days on which the Aiea :lioa ld left New
Yorki and arrived at Paris, had prohibited so intrepid
and hazardou. an experiment being made without a
previous one, in the morning, before a arwlission.
.This experiment proving *uoefl. the Ipblite e-
presentation was authorized and proed a complito
triumph. The emotion and axiety ef It public
were indescribable. The eelebmiedtamer, o had
not evinced the- .ightet hesituutim, cededd all
that had been anticipated from his intrepidity, and
the docility and obedience of the new lion, which he
had known.but four days, astounded the two thou-
sand spectators who thronged the Port S. Martin
Theatre.--[Pans paper.] : -:-,

ITEMS.
CBOxaIx's Ornca.--An inquest was held yes-
terday on the body of a man named C.'F. Mailer,
who died at the Philadelphira Hotel on Thursday
night. The-deceased had been tmhe about :a
week. The testimony of the jtyuiclu ,who Was
called in to visit him shows thlithe patient died
of cholera and the jiry, therefore retired a hrdict
to that effect.
Mr. CAOJTAis will, daring UBs faiug week,
give a free Lecture o Madm GMwrs at Qlinton
Hall. 12
The Charieston Mercury ': : We underatiod
verbally that Thomu Sumti ..hu boeaMwted
member of Congress, in tbe distuit i.t1bmlno-
sented bythe Hon. J. P. Richardson. Th par.-
ticulars have not reached as. ....
We are gritved to lema tht the 4Oe. Isac E.
Crary, oNr tRepresenfajiCay Cwe"i *iernoibmy
il.--(DetteDt. Adv.. i,
# Mr. 8..N Ben7, of Warren coqsy, pi,, was
killed a short time since, y byein. raohed by. a


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.f-:~ ~~~~. **jlff 4t~:s4,E nt:


) W a notiMd wh~be~ r. Mercer (acce$.ta
....iintin Flod. Col. Ganmt ,
rt~iumji- Pfaident dlthe Union Bak of RPF-
itti.-MAexiatidria Gagette4 -
.-. j.B s-.--TbI people of Virginia ae saf-
ft imnvsoience from the want of small
Abid Ta.ParnINt ) Wb (Va.) Gazette comPLaimn
'thihat 5biri I,.i ] re filing all the chan.
Wqi' lj 4s W orrW Wuin W tat. Statebecaxue their
-ewmimrm ar- fbbidden to im i -any bil. under
ib 4tfiwMnRi Mfte"i dallwaj
.-t' te ited Stat aarived yesterday
.f. i BatoO.., -
.3. LUKT t 'MM C Ts" 014 OF "

*. ve. Reube' t.: Heao-ck
;6h;ik MA S.tseven concluded
afr t u iiftt poni ft.Sd* M1.M. T. Reyn-
.. aosu. u .aie A guament oa the part of the ap-.

., .- (..j-.Frt & aMBwy Argus.] ,.
m.AMaxwr o9 A DAn9 BOURGLAR, AWD I CPRsr-
A*dwB awew^h.-e bruidemts of the vicinity of
'irii a 1 b, have, for a week or two,
SWAm.&jAw 'dWieieionsof a fellow, whose
.tdac y ,,Ms Ato be a novelty is-the way of
b".' 1Oni 0m occ"muhaib eatBmed a house in
i "d dty tW, the occulist. of which was absent.
anad walked offwifh a wkwl, In the presence of one
'-lth fe.l aa omfmirW'b n the family, whom he vio-
otwly pushed aside in his progres. On Monday'
if broke into the same house, the inmates being
pl sleeaatr md after .esi rfree ,with miudry eat-
#. l, peckwd upV .p. tity of clothing, and various

.'. buh y- y a gMr.- Matthew Miller, a
r .U~Wm6ft y Io ad otber:. racal, observed
,i|rstr i a aiapidatcd building, now used for-
.tena. hy, which indicated that it contained larger
Wfai m thm rias Or nmici; and on closer inspection,
diioVsed 4 a longer about making his toilet after
'i hight's repose. 1r. Miller accosted him, and
.#n hm .mepgim fromrhis hidipg place, gave him the
fflp~ieift on th~ shoulder, informing him that
iW e.his |ener. Tkh reply to this-was a pow-
aertblowin tbhe-fte, which nearly blinded him.-
Mr. Miller'sustomer was evidently an ugly one-'
strading over feet in height, and very strong
and cfve. 'Ttey were ditint fro dwellings or
aiui ,ad Mr. Miller appareaty much inferior to his
uisagonist in ph~sjal stngth, and destitute of all
.WMn, tilewt other now flourished a knife in
im d wad *a'or in the other.
UUeteed these considetations, however,
fM,.I-him,':a withproved himself in'eve-
r ,.." the better man," bringing him to the
iead.catibltely o~verpowering him, The
s'jtqr prbanised toaIopmpany him peaceably,
lowed to get np,.o his feet, whereupon
.*iweMo4'the contest with vigor. How long it
ruas wa d is pot known, both parties being rather
,teoabtim to tako note of time; but assistance final-
ly arived, when Mr. Miller had succeeded in drag-
ging the fellow some distance down the hill. He
'as: exzinied yesterday, and identified as the rob-
ber Trt& waeth, and the stolen clothes found in his
jMUte.... On his person ware also found a quantity
4 ke whics:he indicated hi profession. His
answers on his exoainaiiow plainly showed that he
had friqjuntl'been subjected to the same ordeal.
e wasof course committed to the Troy jail, to
vWiCh he was escorted by Mr. Miller, whose cour-d
Se .l peraeveranc are certainly worthy of high
oaoinmw action and reward.
-, M- [Pro h &e MA&6i'kegiater, yw. &I
.-.. -J AT.LAer--Oit Sunday morning, we had a
hower, which lastei., kaout half an hour, and-this
imrening about 2 o'clock, we had two very heavy
f. witah a fair prospec of continuance. We may
Sow safely calculateon some business being trans-
. .td, and the moment, we hear of frost, we will ad-
vise all the absentees to present themselves.
The health of the city ha. rather improved--on-:
lonee itermnt mwas *ade yesterday, though there
wvrefiE op'the day prey ous.

N* #- n*4 have, from the Churcham., ane of the
i hWtifo Nod adairaMe lyrics ihie havr e been
inhaAad on thi side thbe Atlantic. It is,. we under-
- sad. S wdt. ien of Mr. A. A. Cox, a' ,n of the


fIf UTlML-y VF Ji-KNtLAND.
The cltBpA, the, chImes of Motherland-
f E&iad peen and old,
That outTrm fu Me and ivied tower
A thousand yera have toll'd;
How glorioua must their music be
As breaks the hallow'd day,
And caller witiaseraph's voice
A nation up to pray !


Those chimes that tell a thousand tales,
Sweettales of olden times !
And ring a-thousand memories
At vcsper and at prime;
At bridal and at burial,
:For cottager and king,
Those chimes-th-4 e %orious Christian ehimes,
How bleisedlythey ring!
T, those cimesthoee chimes of Motherland,
Upon a Christmas morn,
-. "Outbreaking, as the angels did,
r or a redeemer born-
How merrily theyeall afar,
To cot and baron's hall,
With beholly decked and misleto.,
Tokeep the festival!
The chimeatof England, how they peal
From tower aid gothic pile,
W-hr bynrm and t.welling anthem fill
.The dim cathedral aisle,
Where windows bathe the holy light
On priestly heads that falls,
S Ad stain the florid tracery
And banner-dighted walls!
An4 then, those Easter bells in Spring-
Those glorious Easter chimes!
How loyally they hail thee round,
Old Queen of holy times! .
From hill to hill, like sentinels,
Responsively they cry,
And sing the rising of the Lord,
From vale to mountain high.
I love ye-chimes of Motherland,
With all this soul of mine,
And bless the Lord that I am sprung
Of good old English line!
And like a son I sing the lay
That England's glory tells;
For she is blessed of the Lord,
For you, ye Christian bells.
SAnd happy.in my father's fame,
And happy in my birth,
Thee too love, my Forest land,
Thou joy of all the earth;
For thine thy mother's voice shall be,
And hence--where God is kihg,
With English chimes, from Christian spires
The wilderness shall ring. A A C


SALES OF STOCKS THIS DAY.
Reported by S. J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stook and Ex-
change Broker, 22 Wall street, & 130 Broadway.
5>hare. American'Exchange Bank.. 71 _
25 do do........... 71 -s30
25 Dry Dock Bank ....--------.. 62-
An T-- .r. ,,.a Unw -n .. 6o-s30


- -' Psa -


'I ROOMS TO LEt.-A- arge double Room
with a axll one adjoining.- -For terms apply at 412
Houston street. 0 o21 t
3I MR. BKIISTOW-Let all bad writers look a'
ais advertisement. 20
7I CAILTON 'HOUSE, 350 and 352 Broadway,
N. Y.-JAMiES BENSON, (well known for the last
15 years as captain of different steamboats on the North
River,) and PRESTON H. HODGES, late of the
tlinhta Hotel, New York, have the pleasure Qf in-
:forming their friends and the public, that. the CARL-
TON HOUSE, having been put in compleio order,
and refurbished throughout, will be opened for the re-
ception of company on Monday, 4th November.
o31:lm
=r7 FRENCH CHURCH, FRAINK-UN ST.-
Divine Service will be resumed frot Sunday next,
'nd be held during the rebuilding of the Church, in
the Conaistory Room of the Dutch Reformed Church,
No. 105 Fraklin street. By orderof the Vestry.
JOHN GRANGER, M. D;i.,
nl43t* Secretary of the Board of Trustees.
EDW. H. LtDLOW, Auctioneer
7 IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE
DWELLING HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS
IN UNION PLACE AND ITS VICINITY
The subscribers will sell at public auction at their
sales room, 13 Broad street, on TUESDAY, the-29th
day of October instant, at 12 O'clock, the following
Lands embracing THE ENTIRE EASTERN
FRONT OF UNION PLACE. between 15th and
17th streets, and comprehending a map of that ee-
scnption of property, of unusual extent and value.
The lots on the Square are 15 in number, and are
each 125 feet deep. Eleven- of the lots are 26 fee
front and rear: Two of them are 27 feet, and the re.
mining two are 25 feet and 3 inches.
Three of the lots, to wit: the lot at the N. E. corner
of l~t street-that at the S. E. corner of 17th street,
and the lot next adjacent on the., southerly side will be
sold in fee.simple, with suitable conditions as to a
uniform style of building; the remaining twelve lots
aoic he t under separate leases from the late Cornelius
T Williams to Samuel B. Ruggles, (at ground rents
varying from 50 to 60 dollars for each lot, according to
its position ) for the aggregate period includingg two re
newals) of EI(HTY YEARS, expiring o0 the 1st day
of May, 1914.
The fist term of the lease is for 30 years, expiring
on the 1st May, 1864, and the seller will stimulate to


L OST-This morning a Pocket Book, containing
Shipman & Ayres' Check on the Bank of the
United States in New York, payable to the order of
John Ferguson, but not endorsed for $14.382. Also, a
small sum in bank notes. Payment of the Check being
stopped, whoever will return it to Shipman & Ayres,
will be welcome to the bank notes. n16 It*
WXANTED-From now until the 1st May next.-
A Country House, either furnished or unfur-
nished, situated within two or three miles of the City
Hall, with at least one acre of ground attached, and
for which a liberal rent will be given. One situated
in the vicinity of the railroad would be preferred. Ad-
dress box No. 567 Upper Post Office. n16 tf
r A CARD.
M R. FRANCIS GRAETEE, for many years past
engaged as a public and private Instructor in the Ger-
man Language and Literature, offers his services, as
well to beginners as to such as have already made
some proficiency, and desire to be initiated into the
higher branches of his native Literature.
He is likewise prepared to translate Legal Docu-
ments, Commercial, and other writings, from the Geri
man, and from other modern languages, into the Eng-
lish.
Applications may be made through the Post Office,
or at his residence, No. 479 Pearl street.
REFERENCES:
Professor Longfellow, Harvard University.
George Bancroft, Esq., Boston; Rev. M. Ripley, do.
Jos. G. Cogswell, Esq., New York; Samuel Ward,
Jr., do.
Mr. Inglis. New Brighton. n16 3tis
PACKET SHIP SIDDONS, FROM LIVER-
POOL is discharging at Orleans wharf. Consig-
nees are requested to deposit their permits with the
revenue officer on board the ship. All goo(s not per-
mitted in five days will be sent to the public store.
n15
R IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
EYNOLDS & PARMELY'S CELEBRATED
FEMALE HEALTH RESTORATIVE is admitted
to be a remedy superior to any other now in use for
the diseases peculiar to the FEMALE CONSTITU-
TION.
It is extensively used and recommended by Physi-
cians of the highest respectability, whose certificates
may be seen by application to any of the Agents for
pamphlets, which also contain a description of the Me-
dicine, and which will be furnished gratis.
REYNOLDS & PARMELY, Proprietors,
Pittsford, Monroe Co., N. Y.
For sale in this city at the following places :-79
Fulton, cor. Gold st.; 100 Fulton, cor. of William st ;
644 and 771 Broadway; 108 Sixth Avenue; 208 Green-
wich st; 114 Canal, cor. of Laurence st; 596 Grand,


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^; VI'FY AUOQION. S&LES-NOv. SL '*
BY D. 0. & W. PELL.
Termrs-4 months ever IO00.
Havma MoklssesBe ewgo of the big William &
Fmanciseconsistingof 1O0 hhda of Molasses, at 19; 30
tierces do. at 2c.. -
Sugar--10 bexes White Sgars. at i cents; Brown,
at 6j-cash.
1BY L. M. HOFFMAN & 00.
Molassee-"- hhds, 20tc; 10 do; 20c. per gal.
Gin-5 pipes Holland, 874c. per gal.-4 mos.
Sugar-14 hhds, 7 a 71c; 45 hds New Orleans, 5 a.
tSc per gal.-4 Btmos. ."
Tea--*chBtaHyson, 43c; 3do, 40o; ,7 catty boxes,
W4c; a lot of catty boxes and 14 lb do Gunpowder, 43a
3c per Ilb; 21 catties Souchong, 24c 23'do Gunpow.,
-der, 44c; 5 ,ltfthanistera, 58e; 5 haWf chiests, 47e
Pepper--30 beag, e; 10 do, 7e per tlb'-cash.
. Cefle-44 bags; a ljc per lb--cash.
Nutamep-g-l keg;O perlb--cash.
'i t ndigo-I ceroon, $1,W per lb--cas.: -
Prunes--l$1 caae fresh Bor4eaux, 440 per Ib; 40
do, 46Ic; 75 case fatncy boxes;, 7 a9-t9c per Ib--dash, ,

DIED:
Last evening, Nov. 1, "f consumption, in the,
d yetr of hri age, Mr. Janesoo t Sanmmers. .
His friends and relatives, and those of his grand-7
father, Jameson Cox, E.q., are respectfully invited
to attend his funeral tc-morrow, (Sunday) ffii'his
late rvaidence 278 Broome st. at 1 o'clock, P. M.'-

GREENWOOD CEMETERY. ,
BIT NOTICE;-Subs6ribers for burial plots in
this Cemetery will continue to be received at the of-
fice, No. 8 Wall street and at Messrs. l~eRoy & Per
ry's, No. I Hafover, street, till the 23d instant, inclu
sire ; and on Monday, the 25th, the subscribers will!
draw for the right of choice. The grounds continue
open in the mean time for public inspection, and lots
will blkiid out to. accommodate the'partries according
to the 'order of selection. For further information, ap-


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ply s- ahtb6e.'"
; nl l9w


D. B. DOUGLASS, President.


funtromlYork; echr Sarah, No .-Sailed
stip Lorene, New York.

m NOTICE.
I O-MORROW EVENING, the 17th instant, in
St. Thomas' Church, a Sermon will be preached by
the REV. DR. MILNOR, and a Collection made,
for the benefit of The Young Men's (Auxiliary) Edu-
cation and Missionary Society of the Protestant Epis-
copal Church of the Cities of NewYork and Brook-
lyn." Service to ;commence at half past 7 o'clock.
The public generally, and Young Men in particular,
are invited to attend. n16 It*


ing that period, bydepositing adequate and satisfactory
security me its payrXnt with the New York Life In
surance and Trust Company.
From and after the 1st May, 1864, each lot will be
subject to a reasonable yearly rent for the two remain
ing periods of 30 and 20 years,to be ascertained in the
manner specified in the lkeses, printed copies of which
will be furnished by the auctioneers previous to the
sale.
Three story dwelling houses of the first class have
already been erected on six of the leased lots, and will
be completely finished and ready for occupation by the
20th of October.
There will also be offered'at the same time and
place, the 14 large-sized building lots lying in the im
mediate vicinity of the square, on both sides of the
4th Avenue, and embracing the whole of both the
fronts, from 18th to 19th streets. These 14 lots are
all of them 125 feet deep, and the four corner ones 27
feet, and the other 10 lots 26 feet broad in front and
rear. They are also held under leases on the same
terms as above mentioned.
And they will be sold under the same arrangements
with regard to the ground rent as the leased lots in front
of the square; by which they will also be virtually free
from rent to the 1st May, 1864.
The terms of sale of all the property above mention
ed, which will be accommodating, with maps, &e.
and all other particulars in respect thereto, may be ob
trained on application to
EDW. H. LUDLOW & CO. Auctioneers,
o3 isto29 13 Broad street
SIIE7 The sale of the above property is postponed to
Wednesday, the llth day of December, at the same tim
and place. oS8 tdll
ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE.
It7 A gentleman having had experience as an In-
structor in the elements of English education, may
find a desirable situation in the Grammar School of
tbe above named Institution.
He must be 'a single man, and able to produce the
most satisfactory recommendations both in point of
character and qualifications as a Teacher.
Letters (post paid) to be addressed to the Rector of
St. Paul's College, College Point, N. Y. n15 3t
T ECTURES ON IRELAND AND THE IRISH'
.L-S. G. GOODRICH, of Boston, will deliver a
course of two lectures, illustrative of Irish History,
Manners, Customs and Character, at Clinton Hall,
on MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS,
(the 18th and 20th.) Tickets for the course, $1 ; sin-
gle 50 cents ; Children half price. Family tickets $2.
ro be had at Wiley & Putnam's Bookstore, 161
Broadway; Carvill & Co.'s, corner of Pine street
and Broadway; Doyle's Bookstore,' 305 B roadway;
Roe Lockwood's, 411 ; Crowen & Decker's, opposite
Niblo's; H. & S. Raynor's, 76 Bowery. nl16 4t*
TNVITATION.-THE ORPHAN ASYLUM SO-
CIETY have, by the blessing of God, and the li-
berality of the public, finished the Chapel, in their
new buildiizg at Bloomingdale. It will be opened for
religious worship on Tuesday, the 19th of November.


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mence on Monday evening next, (t44 18th inst.,) at 7j
o'clock precisely-and to be continutd on the following
Wednesday and Monday evenings, till completed.
Tickets to be had at the door of the Lecture Room,
or at Messrs. Carvills' Book store, corner of Broadway
and Pine street.
Single tickets to the course, ---.............. $2 00
For a Gentleman and two Ladies,........ 5 00
For a single Lecture,..---------..... ..... 50
N. B.-The Lecture will occupy one hour. Punc-
tual attendance is requested.
The same Course will be delivered at the Lyceum,
at Brooklyn, on Tuesday and Friday evenings, com-
mencing on Tuesday, the 19th inst, .. n15 3t
SHAKER TINDER O~AflkI tS.-A small
) package Shaker-knit Drawers, far men; made
from very fine wool, received and for sale, wholesale
and retail, at 14 Maiden Lane, by
LANE & VAN ZANDT,
A large lot of country-knit Hose and Half Hose,
for men's winter wear, from good to very superior
quality, and for sale as above. o24
H HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS.-The sub-
scriber offers for sale his entire stock of Linen
and other housekeeping Dry Goods, at 25 per cent.
less than former prices, the following comprises a par;,
viz :
8-4 and 10-4 heavy Linen Sheetings, from 4s to 6s per
yard.
7-8 and 4-4 Shirting Linen, from 2s to 3s 6d a yard.
Fine French Quilts, from $4 to 5 a piece.
Marseilles Quilts and Counterpanes, from $1,50 to $3
a piece.
A large lot Toilet Covers, from 3s to 4sIa piece.
Damask Table Cloths, from $1,50 to 5 a piece.
Damask Napkins, from $2 to 5 a dozen
Fine Bath Wool Blankets, from $4 to 5 a pair.
Do Rose do, from $2 to 4 a Fair.
Cotton and Worsted Table Covers, from $1 to 4 a
piece.
7-4 French Printed Cloth do, at $3 a piece.
Extra heavy printed Floor Drugget, at $1 a yard.
Bro-wn Linen Crum Cloths, 10-16, from $2 to 4 a piece
Good Flannels, from 3s to 4s aya~d.
Fine French Calicoes, at 2s a yard.
Fine do Merinos, at $1 a yard.
Fine English do at 3s a yard.
Printed Saxonies at 3s 6d a yardx-.'
Worsted and Cotton Hosiery, at all prices.
n16 3t* J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden lane.
FRESH GRAPES.-100 kegs fresh grapes, the
Sfinaest mnnrterl thi >a .....-.- 1 ..... A.--


.. MARM B. JOU RAiL.
NkW-YORK AMERICAN, NOVEMBER 16,1839
.- fi, Water t]is morning, 4h. 9m.
,. CLEARED SINCE OUR LAST.
-' *is Morning--Ships Tuscania, Spenoer,"Mobile,
E. D. Hurlbut & Co.; St. Lawrence, Bunker.'Oharles-
ton, Hicks &' C.; Brutus, Adams, Montevideo ind
Buenos Ayres, W. W. De Forest & Co.f Spanish brig
'Mercurio, Gonzallas, Santa Cruz, Teneriffe Heck-
scher, Coster & Matfield; brigs Grand Turk, Dyer,
Norfolk, Nesmith & Leeds: "Wickford, EHery, La-
guayra and Porto Cabello, Geo. Whitaker; schooners
Florida, Mett, Baltimore; E. Livingston, Ness, Rappa.
hannock; V.: ,
Last BEvsiki-Ship Rhone, Wottm, 6ra Havre, C.
Bolton, Fox dp .Livingstonj sc-ib Extra, String, Phi-
ladelphia; Conquest, Haynes, Plymouth, N.C. Lyon,
Clif, Texas, sadger & Peck. .
ARRIfVED: r1HIS MORNING.
Schr Alabama, Nason, 10days from Washington, N
C, with naval stores, to the Braster. Qff Ocracock, Bar,:
carried away theheadmf.f the mainmast.'
Schr Penmbscot, H rring, 3 days from Philadelphia,
with coal, to te master. -
BELOW-IU. 8;frigate Unite States, from:'B~ b
ton; tpcket ship Emerald, Ome,'fm Have, 17th Oct.
-with indze, to W Whitlock. Also, 1 :ba qeB and i

SAILED-Ship Rhone, Waltaneiavre.
ARRIVED SINCE. OUR AST:
Ship Ni gara, Smith, l0days from Charleston, with'
cotton, &c. to Geo.: Stitton.
Shhp Henry Allen, Wilon, 8 days from Charteston,
with cotton, &c. to Geo, Snutton.
Brig Amelia Strong,"Studley, 6 days from r Dariae,:
with cotton, &e. to R. M. Demill.
Br. bljg Dash, Hunter, 10 days from St. John, NF.,
with salmon, to Maitlaad, Kennedy & Co. Sailed in.
co. with schr. Blenham, Hayden, for New York. 6
passengers.
Brig Sun, Spinney, 6 days from Charleston, with
cotton, &c. to G. Bulkley.
Br. brig William, Mortimer, 29 days from Montego
Bay, (Jam.) with pimento, &c. to Tucker & Lauries.
Left, Oct. 17th, schr. Atelia, hence, i. 12 dayt just
arr. 12th, lat. 37, 30, long. 75, spoke sehr Pieston,:
from Boston for Norik. 2d inst, saw a large ship
with painted ports ashore on Florida Reef, 2 lighters
had just left her, she had her .lower masts standing.,
On the 14th, saw a schooner ashore on Bamegat, ap-
peared to .have got on the night before. 00 Cape
Florida, spoke brig Halcyon, from Jamaica for Yai-
mouth.
Venezulian schr Bolivian, Monaga,' 28 days from
Tobasco, with 117 tons logwood, to Howland and
Aspinwall.
Sc-hr'Mary Scotchburn, Smith, 1 day from Dela-
ware, with oysters, hound to New Haven.
Schr' Ua as, Lovell, 2 days from Philadelphia, with
coal, to tw master.
Barge Globe, Wilsoin,&om Philadelphia, via canal,:
with mdze, to F. Wilkie.
PRQVIDENCE, November 14-Arrived, sloops
Huntres, Fowler, from NYork; Yankee, Brightman,
do.-Cleared, brig New England, Reed, Matanzas.
BOSTON, Nov. 13-Arrived, ship Aristo, Lathrop,
from NYork; barque Express, Johnson, Elsineur, Oct.
3; brigs Fortuna,, (Dan.) N eilson, Riga; Frances Ellen,
Berry, Point Petre; schrs Outvie, Crowell, Albany;
|Grecian, Long, Kingston, NY; Fancy, Chase, AYork;
Angeretta. Crowell, do; Mystic, Churchill, do, and
Orion, Clark, do.
Nov. 14-Arrived, ship Perdonnet, Poole, from New
Orleans; schrs Vintage, Bears, Albany; Dorcas Hawes,
White, do; Clarion, Ames, do; Dispatch, Nickerson,
New York; Citizen, Small, do; Renown, Lovell, do;
Victor, Hallett, do; Benj. Bigelow, Wells, do; sloop,
China, do.
Cleared, ships Kentucky, Nickerson, for New Or-
leans; Caravan, Nichols, do; brig Pico, Harris, Ant-
werp.
NEWBURYPORT, Nov. 12-Arrived, barque
Panchita, Bayley, fm Porto Rico; Delaware, Walker,
N York.-Cleared, brig Forest, Bray, West Indies.
PORTLAND, Nov. 134-Cleared, brig Freighter,
Gooding, for Havana; Eliza, Talbot, Mobile.
NANTUCKET, Nov. 12-Arrived, schr Brutus,
Nickerson, from New York.
ST. JOHN, N.B, Nov. 5-Arrived, Compeer, Lin-
coln, from New York; Peri, Field, do.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 15-Arrived, ship Plato,
Tubbs, from London; schrs Superb; Frick, Nantucket;
Packet ship Pocahontas; Turkey, Liverpool.
Cleared, brig Chak. Pittman, Townsend, Now York.
BALTIMORE, Nov. l4-Arrived, Bremen ship
Johannes, Klockgeter, fr-j Bremen; schooners Star;
Hudgins, Providence,: .X ; Sarah Augusta, NYork.
RICHMOND, Nov. 12-Arrived, schooner Undine,
Sampson, from NYork.-Below, schrs Wmi. Hart, S
F Randolph, Milicent, Tuscarora, and Weymouthb, all
from NYork.
NORFOLK Nov. 12-Arrived, schr John Henry,
from New York.-In Hampton Roads-Ship Undine,
from New York.
Nov. 13-Arrived. Rachel Post, from NYork; sehr.
Madison, Nantuoket.-I-n Hampton Roads-Ship' Rob.
Roy, New York, _______"


SHIS EVENIN N ,l wi be perform
the Opera of FIDELO.- Dn Piuawm ftrtlrtiei;
Don Florestano, Manneou ft,.Ma*tb; Don Fer
nando, Nickineon; JaculnolJE, ; !ipri
Martya; Mareelline, IJm Poo.- ,
After which, a CCe Song.bir-8 "
After which, a new W8E PB by
Madame Proche Giubiit. pd
To conclude with th ce of
PHYSIC--Dr Camphr, Ijr OGann; Canta; ,tvervi
Wheatley; Flexibla, ii ; Andrew, v ?! i t ro
Jqillary, Mrs Wheatle); un rs W ,% '
Doors open at 7 o'clock, performance' oa menees a4
7I o'clock Boxes, $11 Pit, 50 cj.; Gallerv, 25 eta.
oTATIONAL THi EATRE. :
`(Bawiday, ad ini Nio's Gwfnq,`
T MIR. FOdN ARREST. c ,> *e-. t
HIS EVEN1NGjrv. 1S. wfllU#Ae imedeth
Play of RICHELIEU, ,.r, The 'C piracy-O .rdi.;
Wa Richelieu, Mr Forre ; eiuis 'XII, Mr WaWton;
Baradas, Jamieson; De IMauprat, Walla,;jr;- Fran-
cois, Mrs Sefton; Maria~i de Cnrmo, Mrs RoSetX ; Ju-
lia de Mortimar isas onier.
After whilh, M HT-l&l;ND MARVEL8. or, Here,
There and Ever1where.-in whi Mr Lae6 a rpes,.
Tocondude with MINE HOST'S DILEMfAS-,
In which Mr Love will perfonn eight di&rent har-
acter. .
Pnce of Tickets to Parquette andi Bowes 1-litpper
Tier of Boxes, 3 centi. Seats esanbe Secured at the,
B6x Office of the Theasbo, and at Horn & Davis' Mu.
sic Store, 367 Biwadway,i wtre a plan of the Theatre
is kept. Doors open at ba fat 6, and the perform-
anW to commence precis* at 7 o'dock ,'
THi BOWERY T'E"AT1RE,.
HIS EVENING, Noiwmber 14, will be pesemtA 4
a now vaudeville entitled the IIFLE BRIGADE--
Mr Diddleton, Mr Barry; Peter Simple, (Gtos; Mrs
Diddleton, Mrs-Proctor; MI Majer Mastaiton, Miss
-Mitchell.
". After which, the Grand Seteacle of the tRONZE
HORSE ; or, The Spell xthe Cloud Kiag.--Zamua,
Mrs Proctor; Ping Singi ates; ToAin Kao( Blakly;
Koyani Hall; The Cloud Xing, Belamyr Cbopstiek,
Tay1ok Pekii Hrrning; Margell, Mist Beg; Kao Jan,'
Mrs Stiekney. ,
Tomeoiclude 'with the F j of TUE WNDER-'
INOG M1STREL--Jen ; O2; HeWrbert
Carol, HaQl; Julia, Miss. 4 .
Doors open at 64. iPr*r owincee atI
o'clock. Boxes, 75 cts.; 37t; Galley 25.
BOWERY A tPITHEATRE.
A CARD.-TO THE P, BLIC.-The Managers.
of the Bowery Amphieatre, 37 Bowery, ani-
mated by the patronage of the citizens generally, and
by the continued support of-the first tmiilies during
the last winter season, respefully announce that they:
have, at great expense, and vith unwearied exertion,
engaged a company ot uneqlled talent in every de-,
partment of the Arena, anodpropose re-opening on
THURSDAY, the 21at Nor.tnst., with a new Grand
Series gf Skilful Displays io, Gy anastics, classical
Acts on the single courser., ai# every style of exhibi-
tion, tending to illustrate th' sagacity, temper and
training of a stud of beautifulborses,.
The Vaulters, Gymniasts and Mimics, who will ap-
pear in the entr'actes, are of the first reputationin
their different departments. '
A series of Ballets willbe represented by children,
expressly educated for that school of permnce,
aiUted by every advantage of drW and proi r apte-..
nance. '-
This limited description will conclude with the an-
nouncement of a grand series o( Historical Scenes and
Events, employing the whole Equestrian Company,
and including Dances, Comntats, Action of oanto-
mime,aided by Music, Charagteristic Costume, Ban-
ners and Insignia of all nation now-preparing on an
unexampled scale of care and i .
jThe Orchestra will be full ad comp ete in all its de-
partments. ;.
Furtherr.particulars in the oorse of a few days.
n13
DANORAMAS OF LIMA AND THEBES.--
..MR. CATHERWOOD respectfully informs the
public that the magnificent Paaiama of LIMA, the
capital of Peru, in South Ameri*c is now open for ex-
hibition at the new Rotunda, corner 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, ofj Governmeat House, the
Cemetary, the Mountain of San Christophal, the
1-Snowy Range of the Andes, 18,000 feet high. the Port
'ofzCallao, the Pacific Ocean, &c. &c.
Also exhibiting, the Panorama of THEBES, IN
EGYPT, which presents the stupeaduous Ruins of
the Temple of Karnak, with its colossal gateways and
obelisks, the Statues of Me.nmn, the River Nile, the
Lybian Mountains. &c.
Hours ofexhibitionfrom 9 mn tIe morning till duak,
and from 6 to 9 in the evening. Admittance, 25 cents
to each Panorama. o12
WEST'S CELEBRA -
a 1 U t e STUYVESANT INSTI-
TUTE, Broadway, near Niblo's. Taebove splendid
painting, for which the artist refused t thousand guin|
-s in London, contains upwards of egkttundred figure,
and is 22 feet long and 164 feet high. It has been pro.
nounced by some connoisseurs to be the finest picture
in the world. Admittance 25 cents. Catalogues 124
cents. Season tickets 1 dollar. Lighted at dusk.
o30 Imis*
T ECTURES ON THE "LAW OF STORMS."
--Professor ASPY, of Philadelphia, will deliver
a course of Lectures on the above subject, at the
Stuyvesant Institute, in which he will demonstrate,
by experiment, a principle heretofore overlooked, that
will explain all the phenomena connected with Storms
-the formation and shape of clouds, changeable winds,
cross currents of air, and Barometic fluctuations; the
cause of hail, rain, and snow, &c.
The course will consist of five lectires ;-to cornm-


A liberal


I. COVERT & Co., Propietors,
Auburn, N. Y.-" -
THE PrBORIETOR OF THIS MEDICINE, hav-
ing witnessed with much pain, thegregat
and incrEasing dIstruction of the Life and
Health of so mafy of AM feiloew beings y,
CoNsTvmnom, Baoric*ITs, sad the various
and numerous other diseases of the Ltuns
and WINDPIPE, was induced to direct his
attention and enquiries to the discovery of
a more efficacious remedy than has here-
.tofore been presented to the public.
With much care, consultation and study,
he has prepared a medicine, which he now
presents to an intelligent and discerning
public with the utmost confidence m its -
virtues and success in the cure'of the dis-
eases for which it is recomit0euded.--and
which he is willing to submit to the most
scrutinizing test of the Medicail Faculty;
and to rest its reputation upon their de-
cision.
He is already assured upon their testi-
mony, that it is superior to any thing yet
discovered;, and the proprietor firmly be-
lieves, that if taken according to the direc-
tions, it will effect a cure in nine cases out
of ten, in those diseases for which it is
recommended.
This medicine is suited to all climates,
and to persons of all ages and sexes; will
keep for any length, of time, and may be
used with perfect safety by persons in the
most feeble state of health; as it contains
no ingredients that can impair the consti-
tutiofl :nimer any circumstances. It will
be found greatly serviceable in COLDS,
COUGHS, and all diseases ofthe Lungs
and Bronchia, such as PHTHISIC, ASTH-
MA, WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP,
ACUTE AND CHRONIC INFLAMMA-
TIONS OF THE LUNGS AND WIND-
PIPE.
By the DYSPEPTIC, it has been used
with decided advantage, and is services
ble to persons laboring under debility of
any kind, if used according to the direc-
tions. To the CONSUMPTIVE, it has
invariably afforded almost immediate re-
lief, and in several instances has'rvrought
.a permanent cure. It is nothowever, ex-
pected to effect a cure upon such as are
m the last stages of the disease; but even
to such, it will be found to give much re-
lief, and greatly prolong that remnant dp
life which has become so nearly extix"


I, im-mu IMJOU YIUw uuenu om me
public and extensively used for several
months past, and not a solitar case of dis-
satisfaction has been reported to the Pro-
nrietor.
SThis circumstance, together with the
fact that it has been so generally recom-
mended by Physicians of the -ighest re-
spectability, to whom the recipe i as been
freely made known, warrants the Proprie-
tor in the expression of the belief that it
will give the most perfect satisfaction in
those peculiarly distressing cases above
enumerated.
The proprietor is now receiving,
almost daily, testimonials of the high-
est respectability from Physicians,
Clergymen, and others, who have
become acquainted with its nature
and effect-among which are the fol-
lowing :-
I have examined a recipe for a compound
called the Balm of Life, in the hands of
Rev. Isaac Covert, and have to state, that
I consider it a safe and useful combination
of medicines, calculated to be very benefi-
cial in chronic diseases of the lungs and
air passages. AVERY J. SKILTON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Troy, June 27, 1839.

I fully concur in the above recommenda-
tion. T. S. BARRETT,
Physician and Surgeon, N. Y. city.

This certifies that having examined the
Rev. I. Covert's Balm of Life in all its
component parts, we do believe it to be
one of the best compounds for coughs, con-
sumptions, chronic inflammations, etc. of
which we have any knowledge, and do
most cordially recommend its use to all
afflicted with he above named diseases.
J. W. DNIELS, M. D. ana ,.
W. J. LovEJOy, D. j oama.
GORDoN NEEDHAM, xM. D. Onondaga.
E. LAWRENCE, M. D. Baldwinsville.

The nature of the composition of the
Rev. I. Covert's Balm of Life, having been
fully explained to the following medical
gentleman, they have consented that they
may be referred to as authority for its util-
ity as an expectorant in those chronic ca-
ses of pulmonary disease, in which that
class of remedies is indicated.
D. M. REsE, M. D., Professor of the
Thenrv and Practice of Medicine in the


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-IMPORTA-NT
TO TB0gE AfLIC'ED WITH DISMU8MA
OF THE LUNGS AND WINDPIPE:.
RVT. I. O VEIIT's

BALM OF LIFE:
A New and Valuable Remedy
for the Cure of COUGHS,
COLDS, CONSUMPTION,
ASTHMA', BRONCHITIS,
CROUP, WHOOPING
-COUGH, and all Diseases ofthe
:LUNGS and WINDPIPE;
extensively used and recommend -
ed by the Medical Faculty, to
whom the Recipe has been freely
made known.

.. fOADLLEY, HELPS kCo.,Wholesale
Druggists, 142 Water street, New- Yoak,
iave been appointed General Agents; and -
ade now prepared to supply agents and
dealers on the Proprietor's most favorable.
terms. For sale also ,by many of the'
most respectable druggists and merchants
throughout the country.


B OND STItEET HOUSES AND LOTS- '
POSITIVE CHANCERY SALE.-Will be
peremptorily sold, at public auction, under the deec-
tion of Daniel Ulman, Esq., Master in Chancery, on
TUESDAY. Npv. 19thl at No. 17 Bro6ad street, the
modern Dwelling Hopses and.,Lots, Nos. 37, 39, A-nd
41 Bond street. Fdr-diimensions, &c. see Master's'
advertisement. :-:' n13 5tix
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naiurin oualj nomina-4 teo fill vacancy in
the Board of 'Trustees. .' s, A. NICOLL, :
New York, November 5, 183. Secretary.
n63wd -
NEW YORK AND NEW mJRSEY DYE AND
PRINT WOJtKS.
(Office No. 107 William street, above Maiden Lane.)
rHE proprietor of those works having added oew
1 and improved machinery and build ing, is pre-
pared to receive, by the case or single piece, Silks
Satins, Sarsanets, Gro de Naps, Crapes, Silk and
Cotton Velvets, Hosiery, Cloths, Cassimeres, Meri-
nos, Muslin de Laines, to dye, restore, dress, and put
up in merchantable order.
A part of the establishment is appropriate d, to the
JOB AND FANCY DYEING BUSINESS. Silk
and Woollen garments, Shawls, Ribbons, Veils, Plush,
Table Covers, Carpets, Furniture, dyed and finished
in the most improved manner.
REFERENCES.
Messrs. Chadwick, Carrington & Co.
Messrs. H. Auchincloss & Sons. N. York.
Messrs. Stone, Swan & Co. .
Carpets, Rugs, Piano and Table Covers. cleaned
and restored.
New York, October 25, 1839. o25 Imis


H OWARD INSURANCE COMPANY.-The
annual election of Directors of this Company will
be held at their office, No. 54 Wall street,on Thursday,
December 5th 1839, commencing at 12 and closing at
2 o'clock. P. M. nl4 3w
A MAN and his wife can be accommodated with
Board on reasonable terms, with or without fur-
nished room. Inquire at 39 Thompson st. nl5
R EMOVAL.-The office of the Old Line Liverpool
L Packets is removed from 64 South street to the
new granite buildings in Burling slip, one door from
South street.
o26 Im C. H. MARSHALL.
NTOTICE.-All persons having claims against the
I.1 estate of JOHN MASON, deceased, will pre-
sent the same to either of the subscribers at the Che-
mical Bank. ISAAC JONES,
GEORGE JONES,
A. GORDON HAMERSLEY,
n4 2w Executors.
BANK OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, ,
November 1st, 1839.
THE President and Directors have this day decla-
Sred a dividend of four per cent. on the capital
stock, which will be paid to the stockholders or their
legal 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, cmiartered by the Legislature of. this State, sub-
mit the following statement in relation to the Institu
tion and its advantages.
The premiums charged, terms of credit, conditions
of insurance and general mode of transacting business,
are precisely similar to those of the most approved of-
fices in tins city.
The net profits of the company, (consisting of the
premiums on all the risks terminated during the previ-


JOSIAH BICHIAWR
BY BANGS, BI4XHAi



panticularsaft e ''
AT PRI ATJBpA AL.-
Old Spelling, an eceteat crt
Also, 100 reams dtlfie- me
WA.LDVN PAL!
BY D. C..:* 4

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R7 &SE IRST P140B OOF TT&S -PAP .
MR. BRiSTOW'S WRMPINO ACADEMY :
'" i fOP.NED. ,
at lio. 175 Br f or 'uI OP A&lr
THE ANTGU SYEM OP


WRITING
FoR SPZriliy acquiring, with certainty and eage,
in 12 Lessons, a beautiful, free, and handsome Running
hani, Commereial or Epistolary, expeditious for the
Counting House,--elegant and delicate for the, L ojzs.
Academy No. 175 Broadway, N, Y.
I MR. BIsTbW 'has th4i honor of anoui.cig to the,
Ladies and Gentlemen of New York and Brooklyn,
that he has RxTUBRNED to the city, from a very flatter-
ingand saqcceful'visit at Boston, and has RE-OPENED
his old Established Institution for Writing, No. 175
Broadway, for the RECEPTION OF PUPILS oF ALL
AGES, and of evercapacity, Day and Evening.
THIms CELEBRATED, unrivalled, and universally ap-
proved System of Writing is AQ r 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 Fortare, and
the public in general of N'ew York. It is expressly
adapted to all the Mercantile purposes of Life and Bu.
siness in this Commercial City; for Letters, Bills of
Exchange, Invnices, Sales, Orders, Notes, Reeeipts,
Ac't C't, the Journal Entry, an-d4he' Ledger, and is
POSITIVELY acquired by every one, from the "ages of
TEN to SIXTY,
IN TWELVE -EASY LESSONS, OFP ONE
HOUR EACH!
No matter how Bad, India f nti, itig le, e sgfi,r
Cramped, or Confivmed, the Pupils writing may be.
THE LADIES meet daily at 11 ar '12 o'scl ck;
these Hours are devoted entirely to adies,-they are
taught in 12 Lessons a' truly neat, gracfu delicate
Sand elegant style of Writing, the only fashtombte oes
of the day. :
THE 1GENTLEMEN are taught a Bold, free, and
expeditious Running-hand-Unsurpassed or the
Counting Room! and highly efficient for Al Mercantile
Pursuits. ,
I7 IMPROVEMELIT being guWaseer A Addi ionl
Lessons will be given, (above the Twelve) free of
ewtra charge, if found necessary, by Mr B-in order to
ive full satisfaction to every P pfl.C n s19
11 A CA( .,
RLVI. ,ACHILLE GARIDi ,,a. Profeosor of t'he
Flute, Pupil of the celebrated TULON, has ~he honor
to inform his fr;e*ds and the public in ge.eird, that at
the request of many individuals, he will give lessons
on the Flute, in Singing, and in the accompaniment of
te Piano, -after the manner most reoeenf practised at
Milan, in Italy. -,
: He will receive applications at his residence, No.
113 Leonard. street, at fraem 8to 10 o'clock, A. M., and
rom noon to 3 o'clock, P M. Mo. '*4a
RIDING SCHOOL FOR GENTLEMEN,'-The
S subscriber respectfully informs those' ndemen
who may wish his instruction the art of Horseman
ship, and those who wish to ide for exercise, that his
Evening School will commence on Monday evening,
Nov. 11th, and will open every evening in -the week
(except Suni&ays) during the winter. Hours from 7 to
9 o'clock. Terms made known at-tie Sehool, 137
Mercer street. School for ladies is open daily (Sun-
days excepted) from t0 to. 2 o'clock
nil W1 JOHN S. ROULSMQNE, Proprietor.
NEW YORK AND iWE-A1LWfAI SatkAPi
Sok TOCK.-aNotiera hereby given that the lew '
York and Erie. Railroad Company will -sell at- public
auction, at the Merchants' Exchange, in the city of
New York, on Friday, the 6th day of December next,
at one o'clock, P. M.,- uider the direction of the Comp-
troller, One Hundred Thousand Dollars of New York
State Stock, bearing interest at the rate of four and a
half per cent. per annum, from the first day of January,
1840, inclusively, payable qurtery', n the first days of
January, April, July and Octoer, being stock issued
in pursuance of chapter 226 of the laws f 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.desipgnated as the.plaoe for the regis-
try and transfer of said stock, and will be the place for
payment of interest thereupon.
-The stock will be soMin certificates of1000 each, '
and the buyers will be required to pay the amount of
their purchases. respectively immediately after. the
sale, when trainers will be ~tade accordingly.-New
York, November'12, 8ft. By' order, .
n12 d3w E. LORD, PrSident.


At k of 11 o'clock ialo f .''
Wipe-- 24hu sidpa4 ,w4r -
tabr cash.
Madeira Winae-I ," V '':
Chanpaigie- ,.

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GEQR 'B. 0. Fl '...,

L S.IW.R. a&.Co. have i]i aa
dirion to their sales of Real. Estate, tieiI
""1 "le, WaftesdtoB tp aI
raITURE, cargoes of
s in e ss ;. S .
W. R.LA Co. hare upewi4 is.4^ j I
disposition of proper rty at P I AT ,
TOMORROW, '"-"
At 12 o'clock, at tir .. U r r7 '.: -
Chancery Sale-UtTderthe 4i itmi ,';
Esq. master in chancery :-- .
All that lot of irotid aitaAte leinge ih e
Seventh wa d ofthe city'of Nmw'_rKu IT .
early side of Monroe strtt, bw4
on a map of the estate oftahAt loie
deceasds dated Nor. lltl 1194 w"%m
number 547.
For further particula", 1t.a, sre alriliiiid
fullia this paper, ted ui26Id in by. D.i4#lo-. "
Esq., master inM bantsy. ..- ...i
TUESDAY, Ne..-' -,"
At 12 o'clo, at their aled yaa, k 7. if-
2. Peremptory Chn'.ery Sale--. J ir t /
ty-Under the director n. Daniel Tffian, ni ,,,
chancery.
All that ain lot,.pie e ptareul f tai
the buildings theroQu erected; tuat ,
in the ps~aet 15th War of the .
known as No 41 Bond i.
And also, all that c ortai1 o l5, `er" f Of
ground and the buildings thereon e l~i s .ei
and being in the present 15th war .11 siflft ty qTima
York, and knows as No 9 Bndt. .
And also, all thateertinlot,
and tne buildings thereon e
being in the present 15th wVi4..
York, and known as No 37
THURJ )A* i. *..
At 12 o'clock, at their SaleB S. Mrow Et.
Chanctry Sale--Upder t.e dveeiat fJCyi4qo4.
wise, Esq. mater in eilancerY. .
A ,1that certain lot9f. land '.miin
York, (formerly at Geenwich n te IJ a
said city,) being part of the reajestawe-f A ,
deceased, which said lot is know ad gt"
on a map made thereof, and pe'.tb g.0h In k-
er, Junior, -ne of the sworn s rveyor'W Oi(d city, by
let nmtber357, and is bounded fVlQw*', to.t s:pl-
erly 'n froit'by Burton atreet4, ,e dyi by 1 1auiii .
56, northerly in the rear by lot nn er
in breadth front apd rer w nty efe144
on each ide 9 feet, be iheo se or.a
said lot was formerly sold si Joaeir
nelia his wife, to. Aarpn Buid was fon ermsr
the farm belonging to Elbeit Iferig, deed
other with the appurtance.
Also, at thesame cti and pig.* t
ten loteof gouid, wifthe bwi heeg i"l
situate in the 12th ward of.the cBi(WrN
known and nuMbered vp4B 1 certainii
Daniel Ewen, Oitf Surveyo-,; Atag6d' ,' 1 -w.
now on file in the office f t r tm_
City' a nd. .7 1 -"
iMa 71. and len' th '
ows: iutherly b-r98tVl".riefn
hardly by 85th streitwestery by lots, Aube
T2 on said map, and eAstwaird y y t*y$te.t i
*lots number 62 afd'H i tain' iai depl
24 niches oa-ea4cr uid ad i .l fs'ra1'a9 ,
each 25 feet, and the reidue eri eaeh a*e ht '
feet ih depth, and in wl lbh t-vl'tj*, e eet.
half incites, froat and regr and auitc, ItO & Tr,-
tie, and inferekt of, inand to thie &aid *e,;:s ..e te .
said avenue in fromvaidlomt: ..
Also, at the same time and place, all that i to
of land, situate in the Seventeenth Ward Aohe et
of New York, knowiin id d atingnished xri a nta~r6f
that part ofth. real estate of Nicholas W, Stdrvasaut.
deceased, in the late eleventh, now seventeenth. wwA
of said city, as number 283 which said map'i ilad'bt
the office of the Registerofthe city'did countyiff New
York, said lot or pArcel of land beingsiuatsie4itWeN
the First Avenue and Avenue A, and frontia. on Bw -
teenth street, and running through to Sttiyvte '.
Together with the appurtenances. "'


FOR
DR. HORNE S ADVERTIINElEfBT'
SEE LAST PAGE OF THIS PAP=E.
TH IS DAY PUBLISHED.-- s' a elaar
1 October, 1839.-Contents-Jack e
an illustration by George Cruikahank, by. Htt,
CAinsworth; Vincent Eden; or the OZoni byL ;
Mathews. John Kemble, and Mkstapha the C atwth
anillustration ; The First Farewelf; Coelebs in search
of a Cenotaph, by Thomas Ingoldeby, Ancieut and
Modern Mohocks by Charles Mackay, author of 'A Te
Thames and his Tributaries ;" The I-GTa 4. f to'l.
German of Rosegarten ; A Legend of Piaatr, Ise
of Wight, by A. Elder ; The Withered Rose; by J `.
Wape ; Chronicles of the Place VeYadonm, by'TI'M*
Allspy; The Power of Beauty ; The Harem UnveilW;'
The Dead Bird, by J. A. Wade.; The Spaipeen, by
P. M'Teague.
Blackwood's and the Metropolitan Magaain^ and
the London and Westminster Review for &ctef*ii,
are in press. JEMIMA M. MASON,
(late Lewer) Publisher,
n14 basement cur Broadway and Pine st.
i^ae N Ye w k, A!bvtya* 27-
Steamboat -Li .e. "
FOR- ALBA 4Y.
-W SSS l ~From the foot of Baclay at.,
The COLUMBUS, Tuesday,Thursday, aui4Satut-
day mornings, at 7 o'clock. .
From the foot of Cortlandt street. '
The SWALLOW, this afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
The DE WITT CLINTON, tomorrow attermo, n '
at 5 o'clock. .
NOTICE.--All goods, freight, bggge,bggag e, ls,'
specie, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped,
or put on board the boats of this line, must be at th '
risk of the owners of such goods, freight, baggage, &C
nl1
FOR NEW ORLEANS-Louisiana
and New York Line-First Regular Pc!i ,
for Monday, 18th instant.-The fast sailing
packet ship SHAKSPEARE, Captain E. Corndl
will sail as above. For freight or pasuags, hoIing
handsome furnished accommodations, apply on board,
at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to
E. K.- C ObLIN$- CO..56 Cajrt .
No freight received after Saturday, 16th instant, :-
Passengers by this ship will please be on board tOQ
steamboat Hercules at Whitehall, on Monday next
the 18th inst. at 12 o'clock, at which time the ship wll.-
sail. n0l


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VOLZ, No. 34 Baver NEWYORK AND LIVERPOOL PACKETS HOBOKEN FERRY._ I BRITISH AND AMERICAN STEAM NAVI F-I1 SALE-An excelentfa of ut40
91ply STKGq3tW&8 -a haf eiel rdIaux Braiidy, J J upuy, 1111 stantly between BNrclay street .0. ILons, 500 h power, ly situated, directly upon the water, n the neighbor- CO-Monthly
ia Bordeaux Claret, : The rietors of the serve nes of Packets be- nd Hobeen. TNe WA -t e-Can lor, ., ommaner. :hood of good Scoo, ysans, and Churces o persons have be i
atea U Claret, "tween .ew York and Liverpool, have arranged for street at the commencement oof each hour and. b ll various den.mmatons. A goed dwelling norse, barns Of Whomt0are rsi
3 M Kirohnwaser, .. theirsahingfrom each port on tne 1st, 7th, 13th, th, hour, and Hoboken every mtermediate quarter, durin. "_h l-i .his splendid steam and out building; a very good landing for manure, 14 aereea
l "l Mareskino, and 25th of every month; the ships to succeed each the day. b-. p ,P brurthen 2016 tons, Fine Orchards in bearing, and a garden conlainfng a 7are Me
S ts nperfineBordeaux therein the followngorr, viz: The FAIRY QUEEN wileave Christopher &treet I' aw 500 horse power, will very choice collection of roses and other shrubbery. 4areSt
4O .1 .a"uperfinei at the commencement ofeac.hour anWnhalf hour,lnd talw]ll\, l lfor the remainder of The furniture, crops, and facing tools may be had if 2 are Me
RS baiei~ fmveilles Almonds, "z :; >0Q tX o 50 >.O m Hoboken every intermediate quarter during the dayi. _U tho year as follows : applied for immediately, togetherwi the stock,which 1 a La
100 bus Java Coffee, C t1 '2 --.S -' A boat runs from Barclay street until 10 o'clock, P ....... embraces some fine cows, sheep, and a great variety ol 1 a Eo
o f as Nutmegs .h From Y M 2 Frm ork. From London. very choice poultry. Communication with the city are Mn
Al,-26 casks Dutch Madder, "MOt NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROA, 1st lcember, 1st January, twice a day by the L. I. Railroad, or by steamboat via Of these, there are
.. 3 casks Cream of Tartar, O ..,M ..I .- .NE_ 1st : eoru.ary, 1st March, Cold Spring .. .. there are i
4 casks Verdigris. ^S 4Wy-ri ff2.W.I 'd eS!A 1 1t April, 1st May, There is fine fishing and genuine sporting in the vi- there are
15 batUel Panps Green, r T3o^ .l 1st Jane, 1st July, cinity, with very great facilitiesforboating and sailing,
4 cases Tartanic Acid, o e S 1st Augdst, 1st Sept., rendering the place very attractive to a gentleman far-
50 ocks B Tin. On snafter. 1st day of November, the. Car will lst.ber., me. Of these there are
Also-2 es Calfskn ins. 8 ru aolws: For freight [of which this ship will take 600 tons,] Apply for further information to JAMES H. TI there are i
TNES, &c. 5 .don. Madeira of various brands f rom t7 e Cio HalM Weker street aMld ,aem' or passage, apply to TUS Esq., No. 13 Pine street, or to THOMAS tere are
W and vintages, fro to 60 years r l Cfrom 7 'clockA.M. every hour until 8 o'clock P.A. WADSWORTH & SMITH, W. TUCKER, Esq., No. Broad street, or to the
100 doz. i"own Sherry, do do do do 1. 011" 5 From City Hall and 15th street every five minutes, N)S. 4 Jones'Lane, rear 103 Front st., subscriber on the place.
_0 P do do. d.o do do from 7 o'clock A. M until 8 o'clock P.M. Agents Brit. aod Am. Steam Ship Co. s25 tf N. BLOODGOOD.
100 Por, o pror aoq aoy Rates of fare from City Hall and Walker street-To No second class passengers taken. FOR SA LOW-The uerior 3 story .... ofth UTE5.
5 ewe Claret, including Cateau Margaux, Palmer Harlem, 25 ets To Yorkvlle, 18 4cts. To Forty. No goods will be'received on board without an order .F HouseV dLtN .- FifhAv enue ben of the gN
Margaux, La Fitte, St. Julien, La Tour, &c. &c. : 0 second st. 121 cts. To Fifteenth st. 6j cts. From from the agents. s hou ea b annl e
m ga ,LaF~te t.Ju en L T u c.&c ..-2. -H a-rle u-,m to, ityH al, 25 ts v. T -Fifteenth st 1 ct gA'n- first house ab v 10h sr e .heL t 5 x ]qT n a nulee t
p aseSauterne, Lynchs, Bara, &c. re Ct Hl 2 ..e 8 An experienced surgeon is attached to the ship. o
100 do' Yin_ de GaeLnls, Ba Fortycsecond s.t.t121 cts."T rvll t..100. The house2i ih adtn. 1gy nte3dyf
,o T-, : -. ', i ^ o..,t To Forty second st. 124 cts To Yorkvill.e,, cts. Plan of the cabins may be seen at the oflce of the f10 atgherosm e 2.. witrcle.Ti l bulnar pan o the 3 .
100 do Burgundy, .man..,, Chambertn &c Fare on Sundays to and from City Hall and Fif-agents. n5 ye hih room a watero The ceilins marbe e dy-t
100 do u romaneeConti, Cambertin, c teeth street, 12 cents. rygh The parlor mantels are of statuary marble, d
100 do t He tie, anred other French Wines. 31 J. S. W IGAM, Superiatendaht. OLD LINE OF LIIV RPOOL PACKETS. with Berlin irongrates. Possession can behad m, JohnL.Bowne
Oe 9a NEW ^ ARRANGMElNT. mediately. The Church of the Ascension (Dr East R.EWRlls
50 do Champagne, Clicquot ando6therf NEW ARK AND MNEW
80i do a agne, Chcqot another favorite 6 S .. NE V ARANGEMENT. 2 bum's,) is to be erected on the adjoining lots, and will Silas Hicks
bum's,). is to be- -- NEWARK AND 14EW
a .. add to the value of the propery yto RobertC Comel
0 Rdo Rhaenish Hockheimsr, Johannesbertger,Ru Y R -T.fss.ln 5-- g S The Old Line of Packets for Liverpool will hereaf- J. GREENP ARSON, James Barker
d e s h e im e r, M a r c o b ro n n e r, L jie b fra u m ilc h 2 7 M e c h n t E x h a g eB ei C reste a m e r P S I, C a p.a.n. .r. .p ootih-
Moselle. ta4 19,0Martin, on, and after steamer PAS SAIC Captain ter be despatched in thefollowing order, excepting that au8
1-0 d o Canary, Constantell ia, Muscat, Cyprus, Sweet r .. .-.- hour mof rundaf Nem 6thwl chan.her when the saying day falls on Sunday, the ship will sail FOR SALE-That valuable property on the LinleyMurray
Sand Dry, CLisbonat Malaga, St. Lucar, &c. S R -N . l _. on the succeeding day, viz; Fo vzv{ comer of Pierrepont and Hicks street, Brook- Henry H. Lawrence
Also- p ipe s old Brandy, t&c,.tr, C. Fo W ORK. ci t Centre.Wharf. Fro, New York. From Liver l. ILlyn, late the residence of Samuel Boyd, Esq., Stephen Van Wyck
and Siptte; old Mountain ew and Is hiske -' o'clock,A.1 8 o'clock,A.M. Nov. 19 Jan. 7 deceased. Isaac Frost
". ..h "."te, nd y e asIndiara4 3rb Ir3 M.,, Mar. 19 The NEW YORK (new)-950 May 7 The ground is 76 feet in width, front and rear, Robert D. Weeks
Peach and White B.rany; Eastladi.Arrack; Shru; = = = c. = p- : -. p t? 3t <. P.M .... .,, ..... .P. M,- July 19 tons--Wm. C.Barstow. (Sept. 7 (bounded by a street on the rear of 20 feet,) by 140 John Wood
Metheglin; Old ,Jmia"ca ,.arc; O a n. & com- .M 1 _n:.Sunday the PASSACwi eave- JulyD19 tons-Wi. C. Barstow. (Sept. 7 (boundedpbyateTet the ra o0 feeta,) by 10 John Wood
pete assortment of Cordials andG L UOrs, say Mat -Cc-4"k. M. 8 o'lockA.M Dec. 1 Jan. 19 feet in depth. The house is 50 feet square, with pan Thomas W. Jenkins
rite aart.e t. CAd re r -F e 1 c ent's. P M' April 1 The CAMBRIDGE-850 tons- C May 19 tries, bathing room and water closets, attached on the Benjamin Strong
nique, Cots St. A e, Curaco-, Maraschmo, -o n7 "^ Au M. u-Xg. 1 Ira Bursley. Sept.19 rear, and is finished with plate glass, and plated fur- George Hussey
Theio, h aboe o sale on d" as well s a in Dec. 19 Feb. 7 nature trimmings, furnace, speaing tubes, Berlin Uriah F. Carpenter
The otthb BNKER & CO.. 13 Maide n well as m ". w NEW JERSEY RAILROAD & TRANSPOR- Aprill9> The NORTH AMERICA-610 June 7 grates, and other mode improvements, being equal James H. Titus
battle, by BUNKER& O.. Maenne. m p -- TATION COMPANY. Aug. 19) tons-W. E. Hoxie. Oct. 7 to any of the recently built houses of its size in New Samu
f RINIELIT MINTURN & CO., 134 Front at These ships are all of the first class, and ably comil Newark, Elizabethtown, Rahway, and New Brunswick. Jan. 1) Feb. 19 York, and is in completeorder-with a large brick sta- At a subsequent m
Ghtave for sale- handed, w ith elegant accommodations for passengers. I. ." May Te UR tons- e ancoa ouse on erearo to. erms Bowne, Esq. was unai
'100 oases Engl ish Sheathiing Copper, assorted The price of passage from New York to Liverpool, is 4 Set. Mashal.nct.19 made fvrbe and cocposssinimditl.j5J
uss Ito3 o.fixed at $140, and from Liverpool to~ Ne1orWat3 Jan9 I
uo'rr 11043 .. ldn ins trsan edn.Neither '9Mar. 7 Inquire of Dr. B ,cre fRisnadHn
20T y P ts, 140,160 and ""gallo each-h ca [; i w n s tr anorHE
"0"rs Montevideo Wool th ptain or owners will be responsible for any let- NEW- r"RUNSWICK TRAINS.May10 The OXFORD6- tons-J. July rrostreets, o
8WMntvdo TM1O ndrw ie tes parcels or packages, unless regular bills of lading (From f~ot of Liber stroet,.Now Yoik.1 Sept.19 Rathbone. (Nov. 7 E~sq., Cashier ofthMeancsBkigAoito, T
l MOlnteideo prim ox and ow Hides' t, opc ..,mlblNl Yo^rk Leave ew^ Briwicka Feb. 1theref (Mr .19 New York. je27 tf JI EWvCA.iTAL 3e
60 pipes Olive Oil Agents for the ships Oxford, North America, Eu- &t,9 oclockP. M. At7do'clckA.M. daily. Octe 1 T .Cropper.-7 N ov.'uly19KPESAE BOD Y esu-pycotnstom
pNutmegsrope, Columbus, Soh ica Enland, Orpheus, 4 P.M. do. 12 noon do t. 1 B scrber offers for sale, by rvate contract, the
2 casks and 12 casks prim e Nu tm gs ua 9 e cP .M do ,I. F b.; 1 d d ed
e ut e ope, C lumb sSoit 9er ,PM,... ,deb:t A pril 7 si.t
m B .s RGi CoffeO ODHUE &CO On Sunday, the 71 A., tp from New Bruns- June 19 The SOUTH'AMERICA-616. tet W aond a. av
0oxe6ugars GOOD & C.r South st, N. Y. wick is omitted.t Oct. 19 tons-D. G. Bailey. Dec. 7 ed by Broadway j
$ 1oxeis B. H.SSg.. ... .. SiS^ T ?..16Suhs, wickA is omitted. _i 19 (_ec Waverley places; being the most splendid site for pn- Cornelius W. Lawre:
aqwtetcasks SeignetteIlat proof Brandy C .MI l~I1i IFr ewe e oka ar pi 9Wvrepa
S0 qaortec eine pro yT H & CO. Liverool. Fare between New York and Elizabethtown, 37 vatedwellings,ror a church, in the city. Te groun J. Phi s Phex
12W chiBMahrW A fr hipsGschter, Viri ianL .. wied cents; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cents. July 1 The ENGLAND-750 tons-B. Aug. 19 n the most eelna c rcth c y nd i Phiiso
12 lo A selt forsrooins andtnitediStates.n NEWARK ACCOMMODATION TRINS, N s a point of eleanceor rounded by valuable improvements. Joseph B. Vamum,
sheshpsartst aFedltpontofelgrceroooude b ngu
SS mCandlsisesROBERT KERMIT, 75 South s t., N. Y. From the foot of Courtlandt St., N. Y., (daily) Sun- It will be sold in one p or d e it a Lee
100 candles, assorted szes comfort in their cabin accommodations, or in thei.
Al a full ssortinent of Canton Silks, co T. I. SANDS & CO l ays xverpopte fast sailing quales, by any vesse i the trade oto
a. dand.GdorgenWt ship oh a At 9 o'lock, A.N. 74 o'clock, A.2M e b 96 feet eac; 4 L otoWshngo.il
tiu lS wnUteadcrimson plaiandfigured Hdkg and Geor ge T gR IEL d&NTUN9. & c. 1 Aacterand, expeiee; and the strictest attention will vlace, of 26 by 92 feet eac 21 LE
black and white Sarsunetts, black Camlets, Crape 7 F.tU No Y. tr of ever9 always be paid to- promote the comfort and convene I c oasle in ot, u o stle of
Shawls, Lustrings, S- wing, &c. j 8 134 Frons., .. M. 10i ence of passengers Punctuality as regards the days In .EW-YORK LIF
' ,CHANTS.-The subscribers have re.ev- WILDES, PICERSGILL & CO. Liverpool. 4 1 ". P. M. of sailing, will be observed, as heretofore improvement wll be required, and stipulations aanst
WortesisRsis idnSeia,4 4434 Is nusances. The ttei ni tbe n h em Oesn
-~ peri secea ass-ortment-of French Agents for the ships Roscis, Siaons, Sherian, 4- The price of passageeoutwards, is now fixed at $100, .. ,omanon their owni
pearrivalsanand Garrick. .7 for which am ne stores of every description will be will be min and etherfor
tih Dry Goods, suitable for the best retail E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st., N. Y. 12 8 provided, with the exception of wine and liquors, REENPheO 29 Merchantsa Exchang limited period. The
cass new syl figured Poult d o. s ae esN& JAS. BROWN & L rpoo take which will be furnished by the stewards if required fe9 either made annually
l in and igCeRAPS NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. or Nery wi Neither the captains or the owners of these ships Premiums on one
Do extra heavy plain angle Rps, New Brunswick trains from foot of Liberty st., leaving will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packa- TO RENT.-The commodious Lofts and .
6 t plai and figured Sathis, for dresses, at 9 o'clock, A. M. and 44 P. M. Returning, pass ges sent b them, unless regular bills of lading are Counting Rooms of the fire proof brick store, "
Dofne ardidsupgerfine French Merino Cl'oths, gssn yteuls eua il fldn r
SDo site and Mssrfine Frenc menno aloos, through Newark, at 1 P. M. and 10 P. M. sined therefor. For freight or passage, apply to No. 35 Nassau street, between Liberty and Ce- O
Do now sylegonhssinede Lamelly, confined To sail from. New-York on Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 37 cents. GOODHUE & CO., 64 South at.or dar streets. Apply to 0 2
Do very egant satin stped ally, Passengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Burling slip, N. Y jel2 tf C.H. RUSSELL & CO., 33 Pine st. O
patterns, f ..on the 13th of eachmonth. Offices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besidesprevent- and to B ING, BROTHERS & C. R1DELIG TFU RES NC S IN 1
1 splendid assortment' Totyroc en t From New York. ing, confusion and delay after crossing the river. 029Liverpo5 77 88 1
Shals 5Otoe Liverpool BROOKLYN-TO LET, the two two story 16 84 901
'Saw is, new and handsome patterns and Ship GARRICK, Capt. A. S. Palmer, 25th October : Tickets are-received by the conductors only on C A .A WINES-The su. we ig th b a o u, w 1 8 9
color_ New ship ROSCIUS, Capt. John Collins,.25th Neov the day:when purchased. 11 01C.9.AND1tARE WINES.--TneiUbscn- A .ll..g..
Paoris mbIderedPeternnes, Capes, CoUar Ship SIDDONS, Capt. N._B. Palmer, 25th Dec. The Town. T racksin the Cityof Newarkhave been h bers o it ss thefollowing old and superior tfinishingin astreetewee gean olts., 18 89 921
Cuffs Draes,&c. & c- Ship SHERIDAN, Au. F. Depeyster, 25th Jan. underlet, and passengers wil be carried to and from Wines, most of which were imported by them direct, (within five mUinus lo u nF e Btare 19 90 94
Do Ladies and gentlemen's best Paris made From erpool. the Depot to meet the arrival and departure of the andfrom the first sources: neatly finished, s ebe or
for kin ov-, made to order, Ship SIDDONS, 13th Oct. trins fr61-cents each. 25 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, half genteel tenants. Possessou 1st November, or in c 21 92 971
Do& w style French printed Calico, confined Ship SHERIDAN, 13th Nov. 28Fireight trains, see advertisement. s pipes and quarter casks. tober if wished. Apply t 22 94 99
atterns, Ship GARRICK, 13th Dec. p .4reight train vertie n .Ts 1000 demiwohns do, some of which is very old, and s25 ROBE SPEIR, 96 Pixe st. 23 971031
SDo Scar'et, buff and made colored twilled Cot. New ship ROSCIUS, 13th Jan. CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAILROAD LINE was selected fipm. the most celebrated estates. FOR SALE-The spacious 3 story House 24 991071
tmls for curtains and draperies, These ships are al1 of the first class, upwards of FORi HILADtLheA. 500 dozen ol bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30 1o with the 1 ,
Uo Prs fac Atices Lt variety, 1000 tons, built in the city of New-York, with such years old, part imported direct, and part via India. Avenue, the first house above W. Brevoort's 261071172
Do 4-4 Irish Linens, Lawns, Sheetings, Diapers improvements as combine great speed with unusual .' 0 Also, Malmsey, Sercial and Tintsa. large mansion. The lot is 25 by 100, with a court 271121232
Damasks, Napkins, &c. of superior quality comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken WW The finest Pale, Gold and Brown Sherry Wines, in yard of 15 feet, and there is a lot adjoining the rear 28 1 201 28
adand fm t in the arrangement of their accommodations. The Daily, (Sundays excepted,) at 7 o'clock, A. M. from casks, demijolsm and bottles. which can be obtained if wanted for a stable. It will 29128135
o Enlih Siik, Cotton, Cashmere and Merno price of passage hence is $140, for which ample stores, .pier. No 2 North River, French Wines-Chateau Margaux, of 1827 and be sold on accommodating terms. Possession the first 30 1 311 40
Hoe, for ladies and misses. Including wine, &c., will be provided. These ships SE ,VEN O'CLOCK LINE. IM Chateau Lalitte, Leoville, Palmer Margaux and of May next. Apply to J. GREEN PEARSON, 31132142
Terabove good have been selected by one of the will. be commanded by experienced masters, who will -By steamboat INDEPENDENCE to South Aw St. Julien. fel4 29 Merchants'Exchange. 32133146
Wmrn Euroape, and will be sold by the package or make every exertion to give general satisfaction.- boy, froiim ,thence to Bordentown. via Railroad, an 500 baskets De Brimont Champaign. HOU SE WANTED- A two story house 354148
S 2mall profit, .forca.sh, er approved credit, at -Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be thec. in steambooat NEW PHILADELPHIA, 50 cases Sparkling HocHU. r na ro aohher u .
1o5 oway. '- accountable for any letters, parcels or packages sent an4. arrive in Philadelphia a little after 2 o'clock, 200 cases Sauterne,.Barsac and Hermitage. .. wanted to. rent .nearBraowayo i up 351 36 1 53
A. T. STEWART & CO. by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed in time, -(except when detsaidi.ed by oxtrardiary cir- 50 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order -B town, within a convent distae ofsome-lie 36 1 39 1 57 S
C$6 0 1TrHE LN AND WESTERN MER herefor. For freight or passage, app Ito bui.mstances) to connect, with the Baltimore Line, Port Wine, very rare, in cask and i bottle. of omnibuses. Address box No. 776 Upper Post
offel E. K. COLLINS & Co. South st. ew York, or to which leaves at 2 o'clock. Hock Wines--Metternich, Johanntsberger, Hock. neice. s17 Money will be reci
CHA NTS.--Theasubsec" n r sale, ii lits to At.&&. -. .... .-T....
sit pksha.s, and Co o terms a lare a W WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO., Liverpool. : Fare .toPhiladelphia,-.............- ........ |-3 00 heimerRudeaeimer, and Leisten. TO LET-The superior Fire Proof Store, and also in trust, upo
?. ," o. Letters by the packets will be charged 124 cents pe Forward Deck Passengers to Philadelphia... 25 LP Teneriffe, Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for sale by 22 Beaver street. A yon the premises, or as follows:
g buts, Ie, )"I[,,:Wr.an --- AB. -hRtWNcnt rue,nFood l. d -- e -----------. 5.2 to J. R PeArSON, n us ollows.
e, rakada s tingle ahee 50 cents per ounce, ad newspapers To Trehton .--..-...........- -- $2 00 nIO A. BININGER & CO.. 141 Broadway Up^ o r EY PERSON, U .n soe1
i ia-M f oone dozn each, part -ry old -int h, rl lv3 Forward deckto Tren.toDE.......... ...... $150 DORDEAUX WINES, from Barton & Guestie o9tf 27 Merchants' Exchange. do.
.1 35Se FOR; NEW ORLEANS. Toe Pieritbaad SouthAmboy, ......-.- ...: .5 Table Claret-Vin Ordmnaire, in hhds ........ ,r .... with the Do. t do.
"0w, anlt L, in various packages -I A 43. To Freehold anid Moinouth, via Stage from St. Julien-Vintagee1827, in cases, I doz. each FOR SALE.-The 3 Story House, h e TDd
gmr. p{g__ Bro, ,nf~ _, _aou pa_ *fj ^ a \ *e ^ ~ F-H gt .. .. .. .. ..-.. .-. 1 50 Bataflley-- Do. 1827,:do do B!j Lot In fe~e,,m_9tb street, between U.niver i W m. Bard

oesf o one .,. bottled at Oporto uiana New-York Line of Pa"ket .I.r.--..r- -..--- -- -. ---- -------------- ------- ---- -----..t lace and the 5th Avenue, now ocpEAR dON, bY C. ....Tm ... Ldw
in. ,Tenernff aad Canary To sil ever other Monday.) nel. .- IRA BLISS, Agents. Lautur-Do.l827,ddo do FOR L e desi rabl D l PeterHarmony
Madeira,*eetaanddry r.: t~ et~bne inve LOUISVILAEE Capt. A.lBite n Nov. 4 8th. NE YORK IRD WAD LEISS ~Aget. Lat ~o-Do182,dod o -gjHoss of different values, in the vicinity of John G. Coster
Sgef. Kt ,Vui rve_ ,, SHAKSPEARE, Capt.A. Brittonh Novy 1 EW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL- natour--Do.]831,dodo dWashious ton square. Apply to Thoma Suffem
,B t^white Hermitage HUNTSVILLE, Capt. J. Eldridge, Dec 2d. ROAD LINE-DIRECT: La.itte-Do.1831, do do. a. GREEN PEARSON, Jon Mason
Wiejuftcad Bu do SARATOGA, Capt W. Hathaway, Dec.16th. YiaTfwwk, New Brunwick, Prineto nd Treon. These Wimes are received direct from the old and o9 27 Merchants'Exchange. Samuel Thomson
..'- ----- '._J..... A- ,e oad Cordials. ,,." YAZOO, Capt. Trask, Dec. 30th. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS., respectable house of Barton & Guestier, of B rdeaux, o-en'amin L. Swan
'Svm'UM g-- aeB of .arious brands, quart The alove ships aie all of the first class, coppered : c .. ,. are of the first character, putt up with great care, and TPIlFTH AVENUE, ELEVENTH STREET & Stephen Warren
"artlmK] oain p ->- i and copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and WSf recommended with great confidence. For sale on J. HARLEM LOTS FOR SALE.-Lots on Fifth Robert Ray
,HoA Widn do, Snarklion built in 'l*s city expressly for the trade, with elegant lia 'l, : -liberal terms, by Avenue, between 14th street and Washington Square, John Johnston
'Jedaauzand Mareea ie uaget, in wood andglass accommodations for passengers, and commanded by fa T fk th)^ e f f b w da1 ry27 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad t. will be sold.separately, orseveral laying together, in. Wm. P. Van Rensse
," L&4w able and experienced masters. The price o( passage -a "^* N Y kf d- :' O' OGERS & CO., 55 Wall street, offer for sale- eluding the comer lots, 26 fe by 100. o
ALSO, from New-York to New-Orleans is fixed at .80., mad i Fa. 14hot k1A.. i, athl ; o'"clock P. M. 600 hhds Tobacco Lots on north side of Eleventh street, near Wooster E. A. NIcoLL, See.
Padw orter and Brown tout, qts and pta 1 fromNewOrleanstoNew York at $90,witheutliquors. Far r tg b l in, 800 bales do street, each 26 feet 5 inches front, by 103 feet 3 inches DUDLEY ATKINS, I
was and deep. sl eleUVr ief t~ wl^, & ^% SOce. 2 ^ SualTea ; ehlots at Harlem, very eligible situated. The jTATIONARY,
W4 Porte ndGaret otls, ors d oservd i their time of sailing. Neither the owners foot of Liberty street, where a conmmIirus Steamn 250 131aboes Inpe riaTtean terms of payment made easy and accommodating.- 0. GRAPHY 5r P
fasm addoeti e mijoias.diferent sizes orcptis of these ships will be responsible for jewel- boat wil.beinrediess to cnvey thm t ere 87 case Pearl utns With those who wish to bntild on the lots, the whole No.18 Wallstreet~ofl


oue and other Teas ... ry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, il t- 20 tons Red Sanders Wood)from Caltta purchase money can remain on mortgage. wan uills-A lar
L.fai~~umLp uSia, in boxes and barrels gr for any letters, parcel or package sent by or put on P1Flidelphia aggage goes through without beoil g 20 tons Red Saunders (Wood) from Calcutta. p e moneycan ra on m on age.
Stf. oCroi d in barrels board of them, unless regularbills bf lading are taken opened by ,the way E. RMAN, tENCH & MADEIRA WINES, tApply t o RGE WL sebetweeNo 12Na by the hundred or to
o0 reor ringer, Bor4essx Prese for the same, and the lue therein expressed. All Ech traiiiis provided'with a Ladies' Car. in which b &c.-The scribers have just received the fol o'clock,, c P. M Walstt 2 andd3.Se s-Pry
Xa .,od*eaa xSalad Oil goods sent to the subscriber, will ,o forwarded freeof Ore-apaetments and dressing rooms expressly for their towing goods, and they are now landing. o'clock, P.M jy- k.
N^oa~Sdi w- se sus prmtaddrsngro xrslfrthr^^ ^- OR SALE-Lot No. 19 Howard street, 25 by 100 Wafers-R' '.ah
Lm ea a Coffeecommission. For frei ht or passe,," to use. 60 cases Hockheimer Domdeechant ,R SALE-
aofeen Candles different K ommsFKCOLL NS & CO6ouyth street Returning, the Lines will leave Philadelphia at ve 5 eoRudesheiier hfeet, i the rear. of the tRev. Dr. Eatbu's tranp ..t
No goods received after the Saturday evening pe- 'clock, A and 5 P.M. 5 300 cases Chateau Margaux, per the Grand Conde, Church, with the materials on the ground. Apply at W ue
iole half and qrboxes vious to the day ofsailing. O2 LONDON LINE OF PACKETS. of 1834, which ii fully equal to any former vintage 498 Broadway. S2 tay t ,
ges&c &c. LIVERPOOL LINE OF PACKETS produced by this estate TWILL'SM w and the do
dRAC;N & CO., 20 Broad street. LtIe.A10 ppe and2 quarter casks old south side Ma- AN. Y., where may always -be obtained a large Manifold writers T
r frootr pl will receive attention, and dea, from the hoe of Newton, Gordon & Co, per and valuable assortment of Music, Musical Instr- Note Port Foios for B
ai tofp eUni^ted;S aten fell 8 t nahoeveth o ipes hd Cognac Brandy of 08per me nts, and M c Merchandise of every variety, and e vfStte
&w" "" frhto""q part 6f the Un- i te10SCogna.Brandy of1r08,"e te of t. .iBlnsMs of thee
oHA. S &r ac.-The subscribers receive or. Doi n g or of-the fogs hihwific he Champaign, kghy vizuaand fruity, bearing the coat lions of old and valuable Music, Gamut. and Instruc Wr itingPaper and
IR N o CtBo ad tr eet SPIESwo Yorkom Ne.Y rk an L vepo l in Othe fo-. hs e t. 1 ) S.4! 4iebor. iiiOct 17 dt.10 .. l fa Pit A m o ldr, ogane Br.andy, o. ...f .. per the;,. .,f th... ..fire setitt dup ther
Sevry description of railroad bars, spikes. From New York. Liverpool ne ori which they are amed,.slng p ar s of rs pon the labels and crks. tion Books, Church Music, and Music for the Flute&c- arelor

'd d&c.dmo Thde 5 o. subacOcy N v 5 Set.0 Tee Bito. oW7 o l loardero,:a ates' clerte Cr osu.e hvanl -nother Chat xhage oes D
nNjgrplates.hainsdfor inclined planes, stay and ( Nov.7 A.25 uy fthe.1st, Pere s iSfom Bordeaux-nO cases St. Bo rcev ..g.a sui all M sic thk
iiupoved patent iron, Looomouve enj Sip PATRICK HENR, ar. 7 Dec. 25 20 d h, and fro London on the 7th, 17th and J n 10 um a 50 baskets extra quality An. Theubcibei r Egla e a heB a
.r prices. A dis (new) 1000 tons, J.C. Delano 7 y q 25 07th of each oth a fro o ou tins, fom sega, F anc Germ a alte rent
9100uh &c., at, hres pacsmAp511 July 7 Apr. 2 0 Do eci'onth as3folows.: lakBos fee
ith .dnineere inngplatd, for the purpose(Aug. 7N.- Sept. 25 t ro D.Yoawk. ou&rts7 sette. For sale or nteb


tm'dva" sid m achin or e reyu ord .er m n e ~ heedghi N D P ND EN CEo, moA t 7 S irp septe s. 25 From lond.." & 7 1P 0 ~ ",,, h. ... h t oc f Ma M rh n i e m ey e t nm e .L ,
Jda].1r e Engl r 7 Jnthe pups wiN PENDNCE, c w .7 Ja.25 1 1 F eb17,Feb. S y2l A. BIlNGER & CO., 141 Broadway. Music bound in superior style, with spring backs. sizeandtdtoany
aBROrailwaC .oa0d cshn e r oe r TT JA M E Sshesubscriber r p e. i r sth tha Fg a d G er a
1'B toadstNew Wc rk. 800 ons, etra Nyc, (Apri 7g May 25r Mgay1 SST. JMS, June17 June20TrIQU1URS"cMartiiique,Noyeau pRose, Par..having made a n the mandate he Li
.. Sept. 7 Oct. 2,5 Sept. 1 .e.r. aOtf 17 Oat. 20 ddin dnP sBrandyF0,havin guense ofu hei
ja band for sal.i' Ship ROSCOE, 700 tons, Jan. .Feb 220. f r Mar. 7 SMar.10 utch-Curaco, Anisette and Gold Water, from the will be constantly .wth nnRtes ofeectehe o
"i0 s ne dRrby i&ehramiles, 15 feel each. Henry .Huttles.on, May 7 June 25 b20 GLADIATOR, July 7 July' 10 factory F i e descriptio, wich f uerrit o t e- o v .l
269 .22 do do 15 do. Oct. 7 Nov. 25e8p 120) Thos. Britton. Nov." 7 Nov 10 ItalianI-7Mar 0n, and Pallesi's celebrated Cor richness of toifeadeeac fwrmnhp r xhrtoeDn
S as 2 ado d do15y& 18 do Ship G. WASHINGTON,2FeM.1ar.27 Ar. I dials, conistitg Cedrato, Asseni, Persico, Caffe t ass .
ioo 00 1* do 1 iSto 18 do 7150tons, A..Burrows, June 7 July 25 Jue 10 WELLINGTON. 27 A g. 1 de Moka, Vaini Rose,& .Frteat-attentionwi l e
w anidlpicingAlate$ adapted thereto. O 0 Ts sD. Chadwick. No.27Dec.1Pannd Bordeaux, irat v and a Tunings,asegd tTUSICANDMU


P t .. =__ -, T ee.hpsACK eTaS l fOR theAfrst---UnIOnd alyN hees0p0a111l-o stcasab u 6 0to s, andFor deauxNingreatvr ieC.ty. .o^.., n a ep ns n ee
d= s .ae of _pies executed at the -uo eb-2And.eper.enced t9........4anThepunctualiy f e t oes N
Sfon aianded, witi elegant accommodations for passengers. Feb 2 A. a w 0 t. The stock of Music Merhise is very extensive, ATWILL'S.
baitWMw. Atl T.e pOic oe paAg rmNwYr oLiepo sJna^ p ^.)e D^ ^ y nt embracing every article appertain ing to Music, both lion o dealers in Musi
.JO141', Sport, The'price of passage from Ne w York to Liverpool is Junep20QUE QUEEC.' ug.ar Aug 1 "aiCo .gen Cherry and Raspberry Th.es
SUNPOWDER.-Supermor Speor 14; ieludg wines, stores and bedding, and $120 .t.. 20 F. H.Hebard, -Dec. 7 Dec.10 PrUssip n- 4w' Dantzi of European and American manufacture. the extensive assortmy


G nW .... ~ ..or-"$140 ;-" ""* c" u"- n-" w-nes, a I oe c n$ 1e2in es crtsO ro deor ate i ice
IS -A qt er kinds.. for ale by the subscrib *itout wines. Mar.10 A 27ay 1 Batavia A rackReachBrandy, Scotch and Ir Instruments repaired in the moht expeditious manner. the lowest market pnc
. hle.GunApwdr i= oanner for Sport Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible July 10 S Au.... .27 t I Whiskeay, old Rt ,aPdBrandy.f prfsntin sup pr ied o te ms rsoad Aistrms. Sueirenc tned Grant
S-M EaglePowder is warranted cleaner, 16r any letters, parcelsE, or packages, unless regular Nov.l0 Rus nelr Sturges. Dec..27 Jfa. Truf, Olives and Capers,, Strasbourg Pates, Sar minariean M ea, aAtt eofe a Srenor ond i
,S,. ao ,r Sprigaod r, b8illns ofladTingk are signed therefore. Applyto ApItr. 1) MA T ay-1 May20 dines, Londonie Pickles, Brandy Fruits, &c.o te nteteoel e oro
i. ds of Ele o25:GRINS ELL..MINTURNIt & O. n ..17 Sept.20 The abo are alnuine and imported by the sub e above


pinteszofther By grami tead5 of the Hareac awe byf ale tadkext her ie d 19 141 Broadway. ot 1 a S al Crc Cne rs a
P w e is znad ie oF sizes navigators. a t c are wil lbe t a k en t bedsH INtil hCTRA & CO. 90 Pi Br a s eet Bags andecOe
dn ta : by a i-ad label, with stores, &c., are of the best*description.' The p ricewof A. Pine scSea BrassW
To sail from New York on the8th, l6th, and 24th, CabinpassaCge is now fixed at $140, outward fPr eachn '... offe for sae prceived perl i, an w and asup muts, sale and,


warrantedoofheAaadfohofef month. adultwch includes wines and liquors'. t Decr h 22 ca Cn teoka Orders from othe2 places, for Wines of evsry de- itch at Atwill's, 201 B
al. - -' of tu and ^ SUFromN o w -Y or Lk .es tthe: o w ersof t e p ack etsw ill. be 5 cand Cin he w wh ite and a o ngw es, black Le a to su it pu rch aser s, a nd on an e ter m d e 's i F T un
W f a-r g Joe 16 Poe vantine Hv fPokee bl b k Levontines,. cross G A I & CO. 20Broad street. V li w iil
11W7' ~ ~ ~ a .Froew. 8Yoipk. PIIDec. atff a. 16sthie fr aylters --rel r akaes senT4by barr'd Hdkfs, kilmbrideted Shawl., &C-. I tr-hta a ax aitLoilad Srnsfr'~ois
o~r Afind FF ouh Ct.1Fe.8SiL.PIIPJCaof.Mr. 6016 q9,-u la bills of lading area ed Ptheref I tne-h
Jul4 *4pliy~to RINNELL, M1N`TURN'& %,o. 5 ae leNnen other brands, in aeeci1dzn, ptu ihgas ResfrCaint
PPMr 4-Dc.8 sl 3 Friti: 22 cases ChoppatadBnanssoprrcie rmtemo epcal ie F
Ot. 124 D .e8 sBoards, Tailann
Feb.ll 16 Ship IOWA, (new)W zW Poll, pil 1 15 ca" O rassCloth aum6 shousersa Brde aux.e
UPode,-wm0*tW 0RJ Aed LIfROO 1the T. ITRACAO-R.4ceive4 erthe Pomona, fromt Rot. Alslwprice ie nwo n lss ifrsl.Wo
Dec.I.Feb Juy per fTheabov"togthew
thNe o lwn okon v.,8hi BRGNamLne. Orders from ohrpaefrWie feeyd-yac0tAwls 0
~a~erl orblwng6 oks' Fe ShpBRGNYb. ie. April 8- 15 cases Caracao, white and brown, rom the fat- scniption, will recev(tetoan owre sd
o a'n"P"'- m.. n is -7 tns. (Aug. 1 ..e. torvyofFockmnk. rected. o19 O.


1ANC. HO I N, NO. 104ftL
JIAC.Ai1T.K. -,y JJ ~ hte aetcwaehkt.rs tadf l A ftm%|Fg.ba
BIW W.IANCE &i5FRUS'1i nues to beOO SA Ma 1u
teport.-Since the last report 18, San ra aiew l1t T
-ed:,- ... '- wasbred1 .. or Medical Profosion t .i 0i
ired:." :. i "breet
identa of the city of New York- don, and has begn a practil member of i al
tients out of the city of N.York of Physic. 4 years; for the la 32 pi h'e city f
rehants and Brokers .. York. His practice from being feve eei "
idents and Clerks- has long fined to a particular brach sf-Mediine,
chanics which engages his profound attention, vO :--Lme; V -
wyer neria Scorbutus, Sorofula, Elephantia i.,w -in
igWneer short, all diseases arising from a vitiated ueat ofttp
mufacturers. blood. His experience is very great. His ufe s s as-
nsured for I year and over 6 toniabing. In many thousands of cases committed to
insured for 7 years" 10 his care, of all grades and eyery degree of malignany,
insured for life, 2 he has speedily restored his patients to health a=d a
-_ sound constitution. : -. .
18 He cautions the unfortunate against the sa q
insured for $1,000 and under 6 mercury. Thoustands are annually mercurialize d' out
asured for $5,000 and under 10 o life. See that your ease is eradicated, kt patcZ d
insured for $10,000 and under 2 u The learned Dr. .uchan emphaticaUly oba-vw--
"Mamed persons, and .persprns about to be married,
18 should be particularly cautious of thos&c a.0fietioas.
E. A. NICOLL, Secretary. What a dreadful inheritance to transmit to posterity.
D STATES FRE .NSTURT Persona afflicted with protracted and deplorable cases
COMANYNI 55 WaI N need not despair of a complete recovery, liyap,4y-p g
COMPANY, No. 55 Wall st. to Lr. Home. recent affections, wo* locl,r
on held at the office of the Comn- without mercury, extinguished in a few days.w
June, 1939,the following gentle- grieves the Dr. is, that many afflicted, instead pf t4ing
I Directors far the ensuing year: : v" v o....
LETORS. shet^seuifaalutaay advice, have recourse to advisd wams,
XE ,wT -r P_ e ,__where there is no responsibility, and the compounded
Ebenezer Caudwetll nki-wn; by s"h mean, throwing awy- their ... ,
MorrisKetchum wh
MorriS K netc"um' (where they vainly hope to sav.5 d rtin for ta
Joshua S. Underhill heir constitution. .. ,
Charles T. Cromwell Persons who may have contrased dis ea.. or ..r
Cornelius W. Lawrence ct latent poison, are invited to make ipplieaton to
Nathaniel Lord Dr. HORE, at his E-tablishin. 4 No..t F.iton
Charles KneelandW t street, between Greenwich street and Broadway, A
Edward A. Wright residence of thirty.two ye in New-York city,
RBnm Cl.rk .radically established Dr. homes character for s
Robert BMnrf honor; and based on real respectability and skill. Dr
William Bradford Home offers to his patrons a sure guarantee .
Thomas W. Pearsall Offices for separate; consultation. Patients 16
Silas Wood never come in contact. ; *1.1 .... 1
GeorgeD. A ost Attendance until half past 9 in th evening
obertH." wnoeod No Letters taken in unless post pid. A city lot
George B.Smith tears must be handed in.
el C ssntul toum iwmata pdor mdaa ukera t
el f .axson. a -Horace's 16th Epistie.
eetig of the Board, JohnnL. P. S'.-As long as Dr .... desires' to benef"
nimously re-elected President. public, it is proper ho should continue his adverse .
iMES WILKIE, Secretary. E fr ^ r ^ e ^
.,,, ILKIE, Secretary, meant for thegood of strangers, it is wel knownpope
NSURANCE COMPANY, are extremely ahy in speaking ,of eses of a diliiate
Office 54 Wall street, nature, even where a physician. is pr-eminently u
0,000DOLLARS.-ThisCom eessfuL .. 14.
ke insurance against losar and T R. HULL, 4 Vese y street. Astor Hlouse.-TO
hazards of inland navygptiot .iL THE. LA DIES.-Dr HUIL haTry recen dy
LECTORS. published a small treatise on the application and 4 em
It, B. L. Woolley of the Utero-Abdominal Supportwer. This pamphletta
Micah aldwin companies each Supporter sold by Dr Hll. R con
ace Joseph Otis tains instructions for selecting, fitting and wearing thb
Fapning C. Tucker instrument, by aid of which any patient can it herself
vMeigs i). Benjamin without assistance. Information of the neoeakarykind
John Rankin is given tenable ladies to judge whether the Supporter
John D. Wolfe is likely to prove useful in given inranOes of fAmatle
Nathaniel Weed maladies. -
Ferdinand Suydam The pamphlet also contains the report toe Medlea
liam Couch.. Society of the State of New York, and the dpnions ot
VIS PHILLIPS, Secretary. many distinguished Physicians in Etiurope aid Amierl
E INSURANCE & TRUST ca,in favor of the Supporter. :
ay effect insurances with thia Ladies calling at Dr Hull's office for advice respect-
i lives, or the lives of others, ing his apparatus, receive a pamphlet gratis. A ftim-
aole duration of life, or for, a petent Surgeon of much experience is in constant at-
payments of premium may be teundance at Dr Hall's office, 4 Vesey street, Ator
r in a gross sum. House.
mndred dollars: Ladies' hours from 12 till half-past 2 o'clock. 1 I
D-tE. AMOS G. HULL'S "NtW RA CW L
iD CURE TRUSS" office 4 Vesey treet.AAOT
0 > O XB Building-Under the iupervisi6n of an ex6&ieold
-- Surgeon, who attends personally to each case, decline
53 381 481 70305 ing all other practice. 7
56 391 57 763 11 Also, the UTERO-ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER,
62 40 1 69 I 83 3 20 sanctioned by the Medical Society of the State of New
65 411 781 883 31 York, and Guy's Hospital, London. .. :
69 42 1 85 1 89 3 40 Dr Hull's apparatus are patronized by the media
73 43 1 89 1 923 51 profession with very few exceptioA# tirouchgit the
S77 441 901 943 63 United States and Europe.
L 82 45 1 911 96 3 73 The Supporter is patented idithia country, Engliad
L 88 461921 98387 and France .the patent in this country has recently
S93 47 1 93 1 99401 been re-issued in an amended form. .,
L 98 48 1 94 2 02 4 17 AMOS 0. HULL, 4 Vese street,.
04 491 952 044 49 s16 Astor 410.
11 501 96209460 B ADEAU'S CELEBRATED STRENUD,#TNM
17 511972 20475 B ING PLASTER, pr dfor pn ow orwa
24 522022 3749M in the breast, side, back or imbsa; also fo; t,rfiu-
S31 53 2 10 2 59 5 24 matism, liver complaint,, and dyspepsia; or coughs,
36 54 2 18 2 89 5 49 colds, asthma, difficulty breathing. oppression of
43 55 2 32321578 the stomach, &e. they wl give i djitdte aMd ,oth-
50 56 2 47 3 56 05 in relief; and for pleasant-ea., safety, ease, and .r-
57 572 704 20 27 tinty, a d ey superior to most of other reme
64 593 144 31650 dies. Such persons whose business or avocation ie
Z75 59 67 4 63 6 75 quires that they stand or sit much. or those of iedent-
81 60425491700 ary habits general y, who may be troubled with pains
S90. inthe breast or side, are advised to try one of these
ved in deposit by the Company beautiful plasters, as they are eentiale y different from
-n which interest will be allowed all others, andare ree f rom thom oblectikmswhich are
so reasopabyI de agins plaitertP uneauly. The
irredeemable for 1 year, 4j per cy proprietor. hashind the pleasure of s _lling them duly
do.- 5 mos. 4 lor a number of years in this city. and of the many
do. 2" .3 thousands who.wi iMae a-,.he has not heardof a
IUSTEES. olitary complaint. They are patroaized xtamively
James Kent." by the medical profession; and there is nnt j*najy
Nathaniel Prima an intelligent physicians mu the IUtegi States, or
Nicholas Devereux Europe, that woaldjheuitate to sanction t~hem wi~ Ms
Henry Brevoort, Jr. OipoeitOi~oii. -'^ ."*^"11"''*1'"1
James McBride Printed directions accompany each PIaster, signed
JohRathbone, Jr. by me, in my own hand writing, to erferi' which
P. G. Stuysant will be .punished as forgery. 7Perse about having
Thomas J. 0akley them wil remember to kfor Autauf S
Stephen Whitney Plaster, and see that they get the direction thus signed
John Jacob Astor They are put op in boxe![with attractive show bills-
Gardner G. Howland will keep without injury in any climate-ai d will be
jCorn. W. Lawrence forwarded to any part of the United States or British
tlaer Jonathan Goodhue. Provinces, as per order, and a liberal tiiicoaut made to
WM. BARD, President. those who buy to sef'again; Inconclusion, I hal e only
retar. to adi, that instances are 'o numbers in which the
Physician to the Company. mist salutary effects have been produced by- using
them, that they are recommended with the moat entire
BLANK BOOKS, LTHO confidence to all who are thus afflicted. -
RINTING.-T. & C. WOOD 2 They are sold in this city at the Bowery Medicine
fer for sale- Store, 260 Bowery. .


ge assortment of the first quality 09 N. W. BADEAU.
sand. COMPOUND SYRUP OF SARSAPA)&ILLA
an, Gillot's, Wndles, and other CONCEN ATED-Fr i fyin the blood
a "removingeruptions, &e., from the skin 'and "A
and mixed colors of all siael. prities from the system, this pleasant and healthy
Motto Seals. Syrup has no equal. Per aps there is no mre certain
glish and American, of various wayof promoting general health during the' um? e
ad Sd oe o than by using this Syrup i the Sprin. Thamedia
and Sand Boxes of every kind profession give t a decided preference over all the
ion or r I;A. -^ n most celebrated Panaceas, Sy upa, dc., and nwraine
ravelling ior olio and Bank mothers, mhW infantae afflicted with Scald=He2
brokers Sore Ears, or Weak Eyes, are prticurIy recom-
in the Union, Section Maps, mended to use it. It is perfectly Ilmoad, whn
United States. combined with Seidlitz or Soda Water, is a. cool5
v kind and other Blanks. ing and agreeable beverage IV U withO .'water
wrapping aper of all kinds for it makes a veryplea t ummer drink, n may be
antity. used with advantage by most peso 4t& any tiftae. It
Sendidassortmentof Checks on i prepared from the best Hone-m a--- S- ..
of the cit.. ar ,ac,
of the city, o cording to the most approved formulas, andreat car#
y sort an. kd, madetoevery has been taken to keprovee from tmiis and
attem:, h a obnoxious admixturea. .
ubscbers having at a great ex. Prepared and sold, at whodeale and retai[ by the
W eho rphiare now ready to subscriber at the Bowey Medicine o0. ^Bowery,
-- p e twice, all ,rders In New York. mal1
as Circulars, Drafts- Bills ORPORAT. N. .. noce is
P-s, Maps, Plans, PFaesOad .tION. TKOTltM,.-Pubh ie
.t superior to an hy other estab- ereby given, that a petition has beenpresented
a the city. -my9 tf to the Common Coancil, praying that te sidewalks
IPA.T PBWAutfr on the south side of Chnarles street, hewbee 4th street
.ICAL MERCHANDISE AT and Greenwich lane, and the sidewalks a o he south
'he subscriber invites the atten.- ide of HaMmoid stret, between a.. st..et and
.c and Musical Instumeat to Greenwich lane, be flagged to fou feet im.width.
ent now on h"'I *1 ad offered at pr'-rson i.nt, etwT n~ato m ^le m ai...t.
nt now onh, and offered at P.ersons interested .in the above propoitti oas and
Ac donsis having objections to the &ame, are desired to resent
eandclrionsets -them in writing, at this office, on r befor, t 15th
Sand Claday of Novemberr, i aio. .titaa L -5
to and p .tterd aJo EWEN, Street Crm nnaier.
i, ViolincellosZi EW N te-C
ianS ..elsCommr's Office, Nov. 4., ,6
Bu le 'COI- PORATION COT .-i,_ e .otee is
ud lms hereby given, that a petition has ben. presented
uitars, Violins, Flutei, Accor- to the Com'onBa Council, paying that the aidqwalks
e donss of Art street. from Broa&way to the 3d Iwnue, be
Instructors for every, instrument rated .and flagged. .
Triangles, Horns, Trumpets ers ons interested in the above po n, and
ng mes, Hunting Horns hainm elections to the same. ate desired to present
agHamer., IHuting Hemns ,. .. -- ,_ure een
Bridges the!m writing, atthis office, on or before theim 18zf
Juitars and Violincellos November, isant.
s, Obes and Baasoons *' JOHN EWEN, Street NOBB6ioner.
Pieces, andPeo for Violins, &c. -St. a n'sOffi e, -No. 4, 1939..- :
ith an extensive assortment B LEEDI(N FROM --+HE Lt4JM -A'ND
leaale orders executed with d- NIGHT SWEATS have bgou b toa 'ery
Broadway, near St. Paul's. helpless state ; hope of recovery was, abdone but
q PIANO FORTES. at.the-wish of a friend I rea.Iwe4 to twrDr. Tayloes
-.1 -- -.. r_ 6 arlsamn of Iv.erwn, --- a.* *- A" ,