New-York American
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Title: New-York American
Uniform Title: New-York American (New York, N.Y. 1821)
Alternate title: New York American
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: November 21, 1839
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09304809
lccn - sn 83030013
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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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,, .i L l,,i~ ,f~ "W l .oUS.Hpand e.fZcien*, Every" rIATI TtTATICL SC'OOL. same business, at 231 Broadroay. fdoin the AFne- iteratu, ne -Arts, S&Bo-Bo,. Ac.: .2i :1840, will pkas
.g rptb0 ROSS, fhra t.n "ears an .tru.ter in the rican Hotel,) as heretofore.eng Frenc,, Germa Spanish, Qk Italianir "soaeof
rJ~ ~i~ru4rh 1 'he ah~ardbsI T'stas and Unit*Sic*ttsl.ac has opened a Matkh- tJ~1"m in he hniitla recive ri
__e ._. .l at No.. ; .uehar ,ton t T2mas ad Olees ,..ket, direct from Pas, er ew style arnd de- H tvixsstetat.li q h M redrlac'coraondents in Niwd, n$8 .
lL --- Ja as ike .s. iK .clfteaince 'and- cnon of Goods In' htsljce 6t iess, which those BeIusa, Leipzi. &e., oidr ,l be received tdd f M
i theiartnmtaot or bgwill be pio md. to enter itar cwh, fh with1h.eiift y rely upon ob. as ay natb f i lliesxbid foyr nporng Bch- .A Gh.ria
S.in dailyy ,Papwr. ERa d u W_:_ WAL^o, w)lvezno advantage. T whc wisXh to quaWifA!t themselves,for' ing~t th e l y t n d h is 'a y M tli
SA-J Y-4ne r m ede ivil Enginring,, will be thorough instructed in New York, Oct. 30th, 139. anyarticles oonnoedwithK Scionees nA: b sed
b~ -Y-~ u r i ere "' ,, nuc 4n hoe~ n, een teri~ed to ~g. this In-'" ........ ........... ..,f iod ailO-Theis Inla, I)
uahi.;bn to ..rg thisInn athe rehliminary coore of Mathemstics. Number of .e .. .. ial Aea .. Li
,d^a udW i no~ cr4. tw rtti. i ent Stwfe; and secure'the faciliti 4 uits.f r ar tr14ita dnof three ha -limi d subscriber, h l a business which micas paratu; EreS ueon t r- ton wsh 3 d
....ad B 3. 4r. r ..e fol Fl er 'rht atb orouh and hr s eim; 5 per M t.' INstrution will be : i heha followed fMutr yeasy feearls, o e rpo, v
-.pJt.YrL 1 6 caintO it tope d I Christian public w i o othe evning,to ihosne .o nay desire it. Fo further pleasuTe i. reommnad .to t'OlM.J F.o "t. A, .T-e Token ad
S75ta bid preciate extend a continuance and inoeaof ifomatio..iqMre as boe, ortN ,,724 n- erous customer ,. R W. re on:he moderator es td
... ..u,.n-._ tMne. .. ... ... OGDEN. no i jt ify h .e pri anco onnhfi d ct tx.t a be Tr4 bhr $& ,,..,
m.ad, "184b.frft 5 -,, 1 4 mad lb- .r tor- 5 Itavi been in hi lo. .it eleven year. ertono lust e co ..
VrA Jr7m l k kj e jgjd I"e h. 2. ~^ ,m-iig the I os, both. uliicmd private, so STORIA FEMALE INSTITUT.--The fehe e ranedet.tbaeiy ndhghs permBeifto.n e .bound ain eusaahdti uhin
as *-- o'.. "to' rderthemnparftoa l ortable Sn the coldest Atorof this Instiiton, grateful fr wthe general' knowledge of the business tiUl nmure 2 siuess, referTiothe follbwinggenrtemen 1 T JgTiq8S
w1T aiieh ,- r W et-.' The temtped are mOritedtO cslc and probation which his plan has rired, begs leave to and warrant their satfaoL i. i Irng; Eaqr., ao New Yoak. Sioun
2. ..rIi^ ,i li look, at xeSripus, a 46qanm,!i ; the courb FO Uthe t ia w:t .S* WinterTer wll .cce on Mo- o3i Q ; do. ei e- r tsi us
.. ,o nett week, previous to the op.g.day, Dece r 2. N ...T s i Esq do
ud ThextWit Fall Term, will Imne o91ay, lcreased efficiency has beep given tW thd, BoeBd of SI.. isnu ePeso iaOrms.iriends PresidenW A. Duer, of C N V Wma autifu
E pIot.' t. Teahers wil ten an e t their tru 6 by the addition ot a rfesso _rise d ,customers, that he has t n hes.pre No?. 77 Professor C. A.n.ue, o&. g ri d eshed w.11-
b i si- = t aw a ot ue crgmnPikd tO o'&loc, A. NI. tid,AlgehM,-a- d other branches of M froadway thre e doo s 'i "'", pr t" *o Ge,, P-i.kor, o." aen frs aertiat'
S-tl adth_ _odhae s pupi & eett And the etabihment of couses of e S roadway, three doors f t4(trtch Geo. heo!r .... F tn, m ea
r^ --' w ICI. L -rw, cC as, c tu. ea with-the reqvisteexperimenta h..t ^B r %.- -. -. .. pr.n .. : .,-ln a tu-irc ,la trumlo tleetore ,i"
^ A r- -t A? y 37^ be t the sTOck has recently be*i purtad at auction, ard wile made known *metne Wmppnlicatiewib seven sdsteel
BXAN ." ND P' r n. E==i e. Ch isrAnslrcato"uet.oRyV,1 and,, Geea His ... ..... ..hi. Pu largea assoa entf o emdenow, m ntte alpbhaton w'b! at- I The^ Ger A Cl.a: k
Y i se ~ner ana 4 to the Prin he. in henks d .the ele w be affoMLed assurestel eve a ttention.t, tw per
We of NevnJersey V- r' all orthroftaere itmeo'J T haet formed, to be'conducted under theN su. i&T ."pr L. aure the.ie.evry ate.io. njj w o AA lL. r.
Ie..fly, ,- k .the .obt fl. ... who may favor 4im with a c .o.w24 tf CRCULAPIsG
SoT Neerseyt v o0 r- all or Nse no.ffieo, JO M ence of an accomplished instructress. .. OWER i t 7 .nebYoe or,
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Muetfl vixth Tro^ t ^, 18K o-' d25 Airranigiemen ts are ino rogress to fur3nis h thorcr. rHREADL LACES, &a-- T. dTEWART LT w A- ".
the for sfale-wit ho utwee with Tr' 1839.' rm B BeT7.
-. ~hltlm- F 'ii-b' 4,f 'if.Fr i4 & wire- _. i oh...n Simtds Pusic,in connection-wtt T CO. lv for e- .,- ,eupe~tt~llv idve notice tiMt this ithhe of timO. havest for, sale
the, tor- 2dw'Yor --! dseof'-ot at 14PRLNG ,lVAA S KALN ARY, Organ. .. : RealThread Lace Edgmg ,[..tols. 6d. per yard.. e Circulstint Libraries in tl ,veit It, o..o
re e-oydil6. o2 TtattentiLCnof thos.aThFs0,i .yiNGr LADIESN,.rDo. supewlTe, Vs. 6d.,2s..d. er ard. cis nelareltousa
"ITaEt "iJi "~ ,t e mna- X N .StSOr. I. ,,. ... Do. Les, Lle, V an echlin, atrv al ia"- "P s ".. -e
A0enue oneTuoftlnii WeSenratty Will:het jesumed- on ,tiAsna,,Ntit ;vdi. e18l. n gnextremel low prices. ,, ",Ni
as.. .ni.j, ve nt MKonday, the 30t-:irtant. ,-;Be9entown i rove ml ., Meehhn, Tbeed Lace Ve e CaMt.e Reviews, r
and .1for health, ... ac... ble from1 Now.York and Phi-'Filetl.s, OAL BQARDING SCIHOaOL, 51sat stree t, ...... .. blackc. addition al l thenew 0 s of sent. S; ,. 1- ?- .
".. ...'j d y.9y, piyyv ladelphia twice every day, and at all seasons of nthe, lt Avenue pnthelHudson'River. (34 iles fromtne A f ull assortmnent ot plain agured TuUes, ex. PERIODICAL.Ldo and Westminaer Re -..... m .... s*
i ~ -C .d .... P; year, by steamboattsan rajroads. a ": .. ( .. ... eessv t'chea& '. ..-L .T i
^7 Ne5~ Y~fL-%"sh tlmediuiaof^ :ityHO4NO..:HOWS, nci I view Foreign uaeview, Fdinfegh Reqiew, ^% e
of err4"Iong totheTnde, a ae T m ga thoupieqtbyhelw.r.oifequaep d This InstitAt'on is excA vely a Boarding School ery variety of Linen Cami fdkf. ondon Quarter vi .
eommn~wat didn as r a,6^ at tlre dif-f qf pPmfor beaSutfo, ayr y cerunly nota sly not rs nforg o un getlf en."* Tyf ber being Ifinited to/ The above are all desirable TMt hagdsome godS, Beiittey's Misc. y, Mettdpoitan Maga se 4 enT
fe srpi, f,. i i..;.. Bi y 't "r_ e, d pa., bany in the co ty ,Th.e-um r of puil r, n es the Pri p to com e in his and well worthy the attentPrion oiphers. Blackoobine d's Edibis hMagaze, Kanik orthy theer attetionC stn
f ,w ...in t .ha ytr oTf. .edite
Cbri lr s street. -" ,. I ,. U ;, f .^.. ,. every advantage of editcation, wjth. a truLy pare tal. n I B L ay.' anLittells Mseu, d y... .. S Rev
As. ,Ad-'f-itcm ng The peculiar.fetaofiInstitton consists attention tothe comforts, manners, and morals of the LTTINTER GLOVES AN K4tit f the Among those recently added, are the WIng plenddstlengvJ
S d . t -. -- lbo, in its bemago Freno dlv8&q6-`:as o-o, ad.. ..b,.. -..il m "en
themaeo6rwfl v 1a fr.esidasensviBans- mt b.. aat.nt FrenoSa.e&L.. #Aoo^ie ..pu.ils entru.tedto his-care W best quality and make, n' n a1dfor sale by Nichola iekleby, competein.vols. t a New Year's Pr
ken, : toalt l't~. l wil,. maode,_,bo nphae ie .r $yee-..is s.keti.i .",,- circumstances have drawn the attention of the the subscriber at the lowest mahle cices, viz: Memit f,.est mS own Time; inelMid th vo- ,; ih t inp
S44ale ots" i nrtu y o a he .i ,ii .ende to Men's singleami-double brte-aoly wool Shirts, lution, Thf Eipire, and Restoratis e dieut.eGdn. 's" -wth allP,
ladf&d'it'Y i pla efroait ueof'it,'Wibunegecing ororesfdn et r und thepuilinthe e nt ybrch ad Drawerk y CounI Mathiett Dtmas, 2 &rlotas andr o Ne wo
it nepesvd-i pq 9iova tthe the other otIO of solpractal learig, by ada the studi to Do do patent Merino dodo. Af De Rosa, r Aventre a French r
its ne! am'f 'tle ]l~j .~,I't!_ i, !,_.. ....c ,:-I, taurr,,lb~i~ ". IR _, of 9fs0 i'tze:alalearn, b dp],the studied to Do~d9opatent c.erino R, .-a balt iatDey oa,r_ n F W Km Dt patent.r
the e t tnun Music is taugnht by! ML aw Ew.R Hansprn, a gendtm. GentlenWi.n by .... ,-,, ,. ,
0ao'y~ia mU Music is taught bXytMn Edw.R. Hanen, gentle ^rte iila't capacitieasofth, anddiiyer Men's single super royal ribb'4dp. Gentlemn, by George W. M; Reynolds, 2ols. gin eossed
Sel ktbt iiiewaesran-.pnnr oT t, and the iae npove,- man who js oins ta grea professional- ability twenty hitting them to advance, as,,their capailties are de- oo de white and brown cotn do do,, The Bfigantine; arAdmiial Lowea tlale o tae w,, .rs ,
aeriah'id i iorpeeraon, orin pnte4plat idvae.ing yearsami.ns"a crng'. ,e velopen for the higher departments of learning taught Do do sub ribb'd and plainalk do do. 1.7thCentury, by an American, 1 vol. e diebM
a tei i td cinree, 0t-neJst-t, that .inveitnts Draina Dancig e taught by eminent Mas f i the Shhool,which ctmnprise a thorough classicaland Ldies' Silk, Merino, and Lambwool do do. Nix's Mate, an Historical Romance ofMA, eTina, -) bt fl et iy.M
1iAataoeiotita xnemg twersea. r :fren yEnglish education, necessary to prepare the student Do Cashmere, Merio, worstefnd Silk and Saxony by: the author of ,AtheniofDamass,"-c, 2 i 'vo. 8o."' Ti
..ot Bgtr ... e... ., .. .tain efor college or mercantile life. wool Hose. Father utler and the Lougt Pearg, iPlgri i y Present fo- 1
F, 0maticuliii''elation the condiitins nd beid a4plic tioeit harper naly l.mai, to The situation of the School is tierfebty healthy, and. Do heavy unbleached Cotton.Sose, expressly for H. Carleton, 2 Aol.s, &o. &c. &c. ',d iu ebosd ih
tw~l HeW" be' gi~rin alre notice. ,' -" a. N. OIRA.ULT, Principal. r, combines every advantage requisite for sueh a estabr winter, AU the new works received as soon as pu-blised. esb wphirintra
G.or a oicndtpmj Bo.rdentw~ pt.2 3, 1.. lishment. Gloves-Buck, Horsekia, Merio CaThmere andT-hi- TERMS: et a Cis
,pt l, .-3 E.o. bJ Sn The N. Y.Corier, Journal ofCpmmerce, C^ m- References to parents of children in' the Institution bet wool, for men, women a iulhidren. One month- "-$1 00 Six'monts ..... 3b yd m
4 __. mercia Advertiser, and Evening Post, will plea may be obtained y application to the Principal at he Night Caps-Comprising Silk.Woellen and Cotton; Three months..-....p 00 One year...... .6 Or f fc
S AVNDLSH the above eYyother d three times, nd fort d School, or by letter, addressed to the care of A. K. single and double woollen Co torters; men's, wo- All subscribers will receive a fll and compl ear, or A ot
St. J SIre their billsto the- advetiser,. n12 3td&e BERTRO, Bookseller, 469 Broadway. Termsfor means, and children's, all varies catalogue gtis. H &S. RAYNOR, in embossed morocco
ein HE STUDY 'OF BOOK-KLEPING, 88 Ceol rBoardn' Tuition, $200 per annum, for boys under Mens worsted, merino, and laibswool Hose, extra n14 3t 7Bowery, For sale to the tra
-rW.)Th- 1n j b eP.ost tespetfuHlY tfapl -. street, ner;BBoadwa -,aC.CaMARSH, Accoont foi:urt'en, beyond that ag, p$250 per armum;ayment sizesLITERATUE D. APPL
BF Iitthaen iting London, that as at, contmues to give Practi Lessons,ip this ost tierty advanCe reich, Spanish, Music, arid Dealer in Hoiery, &c., 27 Greenwich st. SCIENCU ANDORTF is lisheE moth. APPL
-p- s-vq ejijaly situated Hotel, and necessary branch of mercantile education. Alsc to Dancing are extra charges. n19 between Warren and Chamber st, by. E. LITT .L &C. 2 ChewUt tree, Phla. T ONDQO ANN
assure ctest etntion will be pa to opeh lose or adaaouns, and to*rite up books New yok. 16th Oct.. 1839.t o17 6m Iwi. T ADIES' BLACK SILK FlORETTE HOSE delphia, at ix Dollars a year, payable-adance.-- -,L PVN'A ,
dth Therour*Wsf An.sin- A NtkVhroughi the pupi; caved the folio
.4 s po .... enable:hi- t conductt passes is thorough Braptal andthe- personofo HRISTMAS an sed En it b r q r the I
aca ia e .e -A. t ,latin,__ ____=, je o -i...,, the1W. a AN* ande ,Vnd e n ESt O., F, a rel, and tefoniynAe k his e that ac wawarm and.T et8-' o9n aeoount.. ,, .
P t M9 3 q o ,," a w n ., ? t bi n an d t 6uky ; e p c r e tly a n dTM w a n tly t h e a c H A U ,S M A N .& C O .- w illpuo t e a c timT e fo r th e aC h ni a h l t e-a rkae t i n tl e w en sl e of r' t h ytea 1beg inStea tna 8 :f P
S" -e e- ,u:. .. nasHidays, the corn lete.,,,1u.... Of OUR GLOB back Rse, of ..he- same k Thos g'dsar NewSerie mpletesowhichwanbe fu.. ..ed.The Bookof of theI
l.'tjndreferto ,maiena dert couns acs b .s m a .. o .w o offered Dat lowlprrces, b lsubber rdealeriHo at&w oTwolaDolrtraoure.anme btu A.sre
,-inlt wBLir ncane ; The studebtaplctiscalay..esees, vrconducts, closes cn-rod ILLUSTRATED. wih it workleave. Pfbeauetifel, oferd a towepned, byf.:.n ,n b-'..her, dresprfii Ho Vd ac hafdcs bce.' Te New ,ADi.,,Th iswo hen- sbegraved by W
phkvc ndrpol re-ons aise fqartn n ts; hascrou ht, be I- v dew s i prts Aof s u e theWvi PG G rtenht. are no A l onge 41e io sup orde or w E. C
~ lP3., ... ,' ... ,Xfore him nqre'Ithath -it na&- ,l different business trans- steel, with explanatory letter press, ,Th ..Engravi..gs INDER 9 RA'. &i Sreenwichest,s W e e o r; TH supply UMEi r.
"" .... _.. actions, eah of h i subject of remark, conier- are one handed snd five in nu lber, and about tour e.j'/J e NDerk-SAhMr M-tsn- arnewertscl m r A ',NaSo S axon 'heits Irtiis ofrosee r 4
".ffwMeNcOldonc be made_ t Tue 8re be satinonan r ;ep-ie beoami. es famlit wiee ooth the ear- ptgs'of descrnin to each. Thcewhole w mak ng itme aket -hirts a es e 1 Duke of Well 'Eurean o fhes i ens
iM irwnieoncnb.aet d eous account books from actual use or reference, with largeqnottaluree, will be splendidly boundin*1 o- can manufactdre, andihgde-of Saxony. Wool and
Sy.. *4-. in il vTorld, v, feA, BCW ) trial balances, balance sheets, various reantile cal- rocco, with Gilt leaves,- Price Ten dollars. a double threaded, diffeoringin both,.these respe et.frm bug Rviei- do-tr-- -- borte sfnraved
mout cu.ation in Equation 2 gVoyages ol o Cti King a Parby, do ode! i anew a
A e Tandt reouibt IepI.e ofPtrn culationsin a6t, Discount, anduati of Se Ent B pntn In- Orders from ooksellers should be foK warded with the uropeanG oods, iaeir aor ents t Allionf's Frnch Revolutaion' Bnsos Maa M. R..Mitford, aut
.kdeift..aatplee i..pi.ty}, pn..ana her terest; Exchange,.Inura_ ce,Tte, &c.. out".elay.- Address.' E.:LITTEL & CO.,' w woolimke a greater iariety,,antAlmost uniformlyo-r- zine."c. ic.,suj
Wit h htasp Wt. sd.... s', by: ."" k.-,. G C._V. MARSH'S -ff OR S, 279 Chesnut street, Philadelphia. serve.thefiner d escnptons for dthgs and- e sietrtrs, 4 Anglo axon t ,r.ish Critic, Fisher's Drawing

dionj Pari &tCiaay eliOpea of raunhcye's, by the Introduction of the Proof of Balance;" 130 pa. Mount 'Vesuvius; The Pyramids 0" izeh, Egypt; of Me"no, Silk, Cotton and fine Wool, our usual va- 9 MpcUivnvs Bxitish Birds. Spectator. drawings from- natu
osi.a, Imu.i.ghm .&" SiNs, abd Plop's.mke; BNO.-75c.. ho)' The Cathentdral of Dlurham, Enland; Palmyra, or inety oftI gthat. the fin est w.o -c oarotbe and harsh a ,. ,toa byRv o

*wDis with m D0pafortnent of Nautical Ir~trn- "A Lecture on the Study of-Book-keeping, with the City-of Columns, in-the Sy Desert; Castles o24 LANtc& VAN ZANDT, 14 Maiden Lane.ski;, Cop M Refview. oriaccount of
-. ma.t. Mqry1 ad. Astwno"ical .Books; for Balance She4t" A neat pamphlet, 48' pa. 12mo.n, of Lielentein arid SteNfels. on the Bainek; Mnz, o iHEAP DRr GOODS.-ROBT. W. OGwIjtN, 12 Progress of Chaitimm dd e.. pa .m

A-.-."T.iha'xnLIc s r-e Art of S-V- E r"okeepingEImprvedtlacesr.W ndmrefl en usn esCaand"tli Fre agioessordefast'e t d:Under cGarmentors Magazony2 1inC es st ..a d.do,

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don,P .-arisad'0 y o.337 a edAteo of mnh esy by, the Introtduc tion of theProof of Balance. 3 9. i plan. s t, v osl T Br 'yramDis Or, ehgypto n new o or u pal o 9. SMeriLcive o p tao :..' Heath, Gs fm Be

OtARKE *&SmAndY-'sie h;epeso.h Island of hya Capitol a W h.Fine Ctton Hose 2s.d ser pairt. al i At
2 i'GtthI lkh.O Yor. b OA ture o teStAlan to.fe m O, he stuay t. Ioo-eeping, witsl e. Tret .-in-o the yol; B,,,inges, inS FanDesert;Cs;- Di. .oSi e d oe 0 A.iqe op I eramry Itli gen e ore i M R iO Th pates fr is
,l .W. tB LUNTfere awater.t prienad h experience oy cee centss; S tm .ay mae in TreYanme; Deyotuegei onct akte Iiur0 Sactso C an adecSsiba 22 s earsal Sa onss; Tkilstae b anirn Aonctr It o etv eyu;estll
-1 .. or.of, o charggse fpor board n t n e ode e a nd h n ouseewHavuren ; egemSa zen and ; atral fers tothe lade s, a choice -Selection of seasonable 12 Nmer elatieo Nre ad ei -rang d th lle 8of .
...emtyeadNGnn .NSTITUTEFtf.UnverityofHim-Hdkflfsr;ge,nVgia;Ruis ofebes,i pt;DryGo, at auction priced Amongewhieh are 15 Ireland,k nd, Atl can, dien Ofr

kR A. cl N the most afftone-sanGBOUlciosparent oregardiane oninio Lae o GeC tuHo
NSIL RA'WA .dDIAILS cISa s.AMIear wish owafs opened do o-hi indtn; D in Sn MdriGreece;Ron Sain; i Ta d Bh u l ze sFrance; uii Bnkrec AN o with-Th suseld me pteisd An

ThANDuT, on the Lak ofeaIn Thuiel p, [l V ala, Freh wreingo uobs -crt ons Narecie Mrat $6is; ede, 1he pates iARo. tme-4t
ani, aspy rA dyLD crf a erst dayoteoBr, liters xay pecu ar avane gesi n Greee; ChuS oflthemHoe lyneare ir I;Fir- Rogers'ae g u leas eic n h l ag o uor
.... l~auaI ,taa -- oivn=ty_.. .n ari m f oreen st i evhin t tehes lthmaturi ,f Nt e morale bnt terlaenin t S e rland; rhacenCa he R ne; Leora -ig e 1 lard kwide, 8s. per yaod 19 Joca roine Tma J eande r
OF#.-A- -U R .-t-v ta.t -hisobs.r....i .. exeI e e my e e h to ep aes n Ies lan d; Gy thae;, a z a t Mu- SFine Cotton Hos1e,,2s d erw pair ...C t iaanluT rathedb Loui.a Ann Tv len" thequ,.trion

t .U w P tt yb1 .tLU U I in----r.------- ---nshn, ic;roHBonle, Ar, TEACHER i on" line ri a ne; aterante in Greece; Tlaer .iaid do for thle plates engrved.fte rgNa "-ai -",r f ls areO 'el

MJItes. irOZ cRIases S w i ROsP A ND mil o esq and etereauldeifareeo g s Iuh syveracles asnd l -NaatVenie Castlealndck, in Siterlan Thwi e ofThybetea od VMeiin, Sdosttr ftedaby Loui saAnnew...yauthor...the... 33 ,o- ThverAa-th5-.

-and lh exte....e -nfittairy practice, nwncn re Li- nart ents of instruction. 'The presding QovernessC the BInf- tAglo,-Rm;Te J f p;mpil
toienti hasio,tbareiled of. its effi y B aenc Governess, and the other Instructresses; r6 Kremlen, in Moscow; Elephanta in Ifidia; Salamis; au30 JAMES PATON & CO. 247 Broadway. tects and Antiquarians-Just received by D. AP Oriental Annual, 8v
p eatrtoa lihrdfrom highly dst uwishedlnt de m the -,building, and are witti'ite pupils at all Havro; Cintra near Lisbon; The Danube" S vT in EW FALL GOODS-P. & G. BROWN, 46 PLETON & CO. and for sale at their European and Book of Costumes,
vdiuafc.iNes tBTHfisadAmenca. aouchith hours. ; Spain; Burm Stolzenfels; Falls of Niagara, 2d view; IN Canal street, beg to inform the ladies of New American Bookstore, 200 Broadway, that new and D. A. & CO.h
istnpletences 6f thrti 4ble medicine. be THE TERMSforbpard and tuition, aire a hundred and CHtumnus Temple, Italy; temples of Elloma, India York, that they have at present on hand a large and elegant work- Fain' Land, an An
^ had -i direction &atO RI-fifty dollars -for each session -o twety-one weeks, Mount Zion; Edinburgha Castle; Tempe, in Greece; beautiful assortment of rich and fasionable Fancy and The Churches of London.a history and descrip- plates.
.* br.;. d .i ee.te 4nh pab In '" ic. '- All the extra charges, for nue.:Inbln; Alaexander Column, St Petersburg; Hurduc- Staple Dry Goods, to which they are constantly re- tion of the Ecclesiastical Edifices of the Metropolis, PL1'DID A1
,3 aha s ,tret,,N ,Yk, atonq.dol pe phi- a oer elegantwom nts, will be moderate war in India; The. Wareburgh, Germany; Burgos in oeiving additions as the European packets arrive, with Biogaphic Anecdotes of eminent persons superiendeci
al: For further partipuiaro see the, "Circular,?Hviofbeethe purhastiw
at ^^ ^UzA '' ~JFL' T *T tute ublshe inuar teewuMe ore addro ftes bnsia Spain Lisbon, The Pantheon, Roein; Ruiso of jr Having been all purchased within the last few days on Notices. of remarkable 'ta tfi NGThe ASER. tutepubshedinheC C as; Island of. prus ;Leipsic. 2 the most advantageous terms, P. & G. B. feel confident Godwin, Associate of the Institute of British Arhi- WM.
S-Prepared for pains or weakness in the iast, the Rev.' Dr. SCHRO.9DER, NeW York. All letters Oa o a ma that no where can goods be bought to greater advantage tects, assisted by John Britton, illustrated bya seris No. 1.-Heath's
-side, bak.r-lintibsf alsoo ter the zgut, rheumatism, for hin are to be directed to Flus.ing, bong Island, FOSGATE .S ANODYNE CORDIA.-A hanwith them. Their stock& consists of- of beautiful .steel engravings of interiors and exteriors and Description of
-- lieryco ne r,,2iBowperm .a... ,forple sAntl ress, N. Y. to i. safe and& effhectual remedyfor the sunmer coml Colored and blue black Gros de Naps, Pout de Sie, oe ldeng raved by J. een Keuxs from By Leitcu Ritchie,
safety,"easead it ,yre decidedly superior to 7 A steaba4, betw Nw York and plaints, viz: Diarrhoea and Cholera Morbus; also Reps, and Gros de Afrique. drawings by R. gs, and numerous wood' taing, among a se
.. .RoonrHoseGloveh..*..s...whs.e.. .............f........lentadSpasmodic... .. ..havm.tested
Vhh~suah~nno loovn&t6 'Rihchc oo
'busi ieR oyeis perofs wtrFness hin twice veA y it oo iq u oi R -gured ad figured stripe, colored and t lblue, k cuts, 2 vols. I8o. Architectural Vi.w
:-nkWflocta@^ltoire-thaO& they -should stand, -* sit Istreet, lN Y. evby tb *rung und-retxmg, ad. coaches throughout the btate of New- York andc elsewhere%, Silks, in great variety. This tiork possesses great interest for the Architect, George's ChapeL:
.p. ,qrtbWtnMutety~ Mbi1sgenerallyw run twiut da -.fromSl Peck -slip New Vork- "dring the last twelve years with complete sucte"s- A splendid. assortment of Cashmere and Broche on account of its containing views of many of the le.yf S 'and--Portrait
betroubled with pa.in the ide or breast;, at advised and sa tle Post O e Wiisburg five an- oTh is undoubtedly the best Medicnelnow d use wsawls, uncommonly low. Worksnof Sir Christopher Wren, and other eminent e. Corbould, Esq.
to try one of these e lrtfl plaster, as tW a te es- utes. errth-boa are Econtinuglys pas eng between for the above named siteases, and most of the Coughs, is, Gera, and French Merinos, all colors, very Architects, that have never before been published. W d C
senually~afleM-from all ohets.andsI'efrae'frew the Grand street and -Williamsburg,' both by dayaidi Lung complaints and Bowel affections incidents to clieas. Dp
objective *, ti ae sO, reawsnably i ts ge uga m plas.y the evening.. .2 o91 t-f ouytountry. The summer and autumnal h black colored godschintz Pa.co& t h aove aor s, g u iand

..... " ..... "- di Pirhet Enli Clioe,n gruns stle wit ..Wthenabovetwrkq o aeb ,"- "' ; ,...... ..... ....".,,rgt uuoru u=u' ..... .u n t'eu
trs gott.l te are prepared ad s the sa. o te m ursi a thtsr udo ut tbe t colors, best imported, 2s per yard. MEMORIALS OF OXFORD, by JameseIngram, 2. The Keepsak
TyShwl, 4omon- others f i
owery o Fer. aS G I ake s-c. dreadful havoc a ng ciidren,rsweeping 4 4 French Calicos, best ,uahity only 2s d per yard, D.D. illustrated with a very extensive series of s- Stuart Wortley. e
*' iL .;.eff T, Di e, v "P ivr -0,allRENTS AND GUARDIANS whogd t r er thousands to their tayes in spatc of, all remedies Black nd colored grounO Mousselain 4 Lanwes, of perb engravings on steel and. wood,. by John be Kex; Chalon, Leslie, Cat
To t SrTR .sr. sal paying t once- a w rTPUrLATeI. SUM for -ALr. expenses usually prescrnibedhave no er .yet been known to er.very style, comprising every builing of importance in the cit-y Corbould, Harding,
JNGII ENE,.t-', l Natu b gr.. The- ihnninlaare s o uhrgh'rt t io, theamouut resist its efficacy. When angcddiB.stered in thsancdt most Linens; Sheetings, Table Linen and Diaper, and univ. sity, 3,vols-'ie .and.etracloth. : and H. Montage.
-l withadditionsmalndotesbrinM the r d is $1 pt ,forthePreparaty s tressingdisease,the Cholera Morbus, it never fails Flannels, in great varied yal kinds, A large collection of Architectural and Engineering sor royal 8vo.-
objetigw-vbic ar sreaonalyndeSattibert pLiasth vnd in.*c-sude;0orte iger ngis ourse, nto roduceshCliosbac theooed most hit sye ih

-th Yptsateprepofscredi 1'Th d Edin-dwithmusc onb sthes; pianoeor n h iterE s Cor s p he d y eYect s if the loses be- in- Ribbons, Hosiery, Gloves and Laces, Books; constant2s on sal as bove, en the'ot ook of Boauty.
Twa RoyA9pto eLPf INr w u oiN t a mp apand se uantity and frequency according thr Velvets, Satins, and Embroideries, favorable terms. sw nei singtgn, with twelve
burnio. PC1& Gd ^^. -,, ^w ^ with Ornamental-Needlework, or Drawing and Paint- violence of the symptoms, which ought and can-al- Domestic Muslins, Sheetings, and Canton Flannels, r NJA UIR B vo' hs dtdeietatss
PrnicneT 6tofi odsnField,e Si alter ing, $21Qt4thenFrnchiosesEnglohyCourseYadith ways le done with perfect safety-and f any failure'Worsted Plid, bright colors- for boys'dresses, DONJUAN- Byr t e et arts.
10ott. Pr-ce -~d '- '; the soame, $6and foi the Classical Course, with should occur, it must be -awing to a criminal mes- Black Bombazlnes, Crapes, CaMbric Hdk-fs, &c ;c b R W yh Bt Esq. For2 sale by Gains of Bea
.; aL~ate, a: eumby. Sr W ter Scott. Music and Modern Lansguag'es and Lutrature, $2 0 gene. It speedily relieves Vomitings, Gbipings, lia- ORNING GONS o n W A COLMAN, No. ko05 Broadway highlyefishEd e
P.- In allcases, were preferred by parents and guardians, lent and Spasmodic Chohics. Its anodyne proper ^ N- n CONSPECTUy OF BRITISH BInTTtR. 4S n rse byECot
k pthlntetiim of ae hrnie. by Mrs. S tibcth fh il n ennnrnthe Tnsttpwil1 he vnniol with annd rninr it n llinrlv fnnlililer in Cma lk Mornig O Dressng fngls Cirs men Or pd th mo MsT h ytb e itf t>oir TRibsHo ey versenbycs

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. FRANCIS, 252 Broad*ay. 9 .. 4 .
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hSNDtRSON Gn$1 3nnA m
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d Now Year's Preseat-" Idste4 hung, ron. eradnm
92 1511.'n *' *.b&.WI

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rtoiL, Edited by i -eni W 'O -"ii .i
awid .Year's. '_
mtlios executed by in G 1 a lo"Gto- 7 Ld e, t'i'i
Wearing. Edited brjr'C. L *Whli =W

reo~ dtdh #' C." t *MA'SUV-J
1y bound in urabesWue wM*6eo^ twa fjiy ad aPm An! .wi o jto
ten highly Sihed epavipgs y
,pa and IL* ^m qi~lfM*^ A^'^^'^iwik
st.aa and e .Year's Pftwt, M N'T t
ngravings, bOR T ua-- Ig bf]-.. o o. u, 0.
!md:- .-'**^.^^ 616 and W"t^oa~^ M .
rfection's Gift': a Chkr.a et s DMV. .. An*.. S ,1*i ,_-t.,4*.
six fl se e l a 4. wI ,e .tj Sf or deefS"
.12mo. I, .k.et .hard ey,^ <^us
luvenili Socirenir.8 fliitea,' ecitr u4qq*,"a"rib,

b FRANCIS eslie", 2 adwth i' h war. !. .I
UALSar6 or 1840w.-The 9 "- n12 "Y.l2. t tn0t red
r a Chrtmas an4 Now YeS. EWALA n
E, Burton, Esq, wfth 1 splen.INCtltvay' Esas
bbthd In embomed nioome.,in AIfor ,the e ,Aarlt Ibt
Chrintrasa and New yean's Pise1 Kn^p tegfOr the yea118
by Miss Leslie, wit b .slendid I k :Nt ryn. fth. arrtt1..t ii; anic
a4 in embowsed momecloo iniL vol. -bt %la tbW AOManac Are daijti.s n
*aake and Missionary Annuol, by one who was bred ^ MIgrot
ohn 4. Clarke, for 1840, wit49 less than firty yftrsttk' epaicmo
ings, bound in git i 14 'F .W'v,
nd Atlantic SOXven aC ilia We'l ?t? o I!*fywW:^ Mc
sent, for 1840,. eitoi by ttto &
lendid steel engravtc, inbound .atroM iavie -otmeh. sowe, tx a eM
.12mo. Religious Souvenir, a ph ibday The 9^1p% 4^
Year's Present, for 1840, edit*d Qtler valumable, loi .....i s nlpda.with
irney,-with 8 -plendidteel ]n. mucah ecared-ae d Fa -f tail
mowIco, 1 vol. l2mo. Religiiu '!a.I D byCHAS.-F.IRAA"W&S62d8ajafB.
is and New Years' Present for A J4MAVA9S Fg-tS lJ sms ', Ctris.
Catharine H. Waterman, with Ml tian; Uited States; Ii in Par. f r
igs, bound in embossed morocdo,' mere. Kbicketrbockfe, 'and t'rP MAitae.for
ne,Gem, a Christmras an few 1.ud. f0.eO t re H. & SJL wJEWOR
840. with 7 beautifulq.rways. nl. hBoo .e
oocco, in I vol. $iio' The V.C-' Adr'a 4-i--
I New Year's Pfesent, for 140, Twn"ir Y" "
^ ^ ite -ffi fia. is. "6SrfS
Lie, with beautiftdl en !4i WFyo-d-.. fu.. ioi' ; ,,
m.rroc-o,-in 1-vol. 18=0.T rB il e 91u -s. 1 '
Gift, for 18A0 a Chrintma a d .a.diM ams--'-M-1-"f'
with 7bwaifulengravinpsbound ifaf # a #f tk5 bS aes,
... w '. =' '"ru'' MWUd ao~lweto n all- 'puift -4. t~~ ~
I.the Caaftas B.
e ozlibera lterms,by B'nk-of Ban an
ETON & CO. -200 Broadway. every E llrat mte rhongMJ -
JALS FOR 1840.-WILEY & -1. ,doAt4fu,us huokea j1ak puOoka. .
ppoxters, 101 Broadwayt New the best sterns. .... .. .,. .. -
0ater.lo.w, London, havp. just re-' Sovereigns, Eng. sIlw, t_,WsbIi&, 1)ougons.
;g splendid English Aniuals, for X Thalers; and 9a ktfat bl "f-i coin bo.ugh,.t,-d
*....* for a sale. 'r -, '*
loudoir; or, -the Courtof Queen Squ.them, Wester.pi pd Xsqten Fum wa1 for
f Pcstraith of the Esh Nobtli. which the hiWheat rate b6. -
illikta and-Edwm'd Fian from SYVESTER 4.C0, 1 B-adw
haio nJ.Hayter, atuJ-B. iEue, n8 below Maiden la Wie.
yerse, superb .bound ,ipnmorc- po0 THiE PUBLIG.-C mitan ant of
.1 .,,' 2 : 1 England, Irelandnd &a.-SYLVT4 ..
tr!;4td A lact1ai a-e &jQO,,. 156 Broadwqar.w e"oUy cqUailtkrp -
Il.aesand fantfl.'tlct.re te i z..th uiopt.. the.:,Uni .mtS U o- Cana ,-Aut
irtn!ue style ; Edited i such arrangements are eecded rugh e'ir Bsanes
,oer of -',Or Vilt:e7 Bet,.-f onqM im Engd aw to enable.the ive r Drafts dLt,
perbly bound in maorooe to.;; 11tewao(Cofi4iWtayNL~ way jut ofaSnlvdvx
BoRom wrapBoi with po.ttala or Scotland,' in any sums reau, om Xn&=up- /
4' and May flowit,' Ith 38 wards, whkrehy atl a l fra is saved by
4to.,, bound i a extra embossed those winhi1oA .re it... *. :.. ,
tria Xd of^4 w"ottsl0ans $ h
in, i.lustrated a,"erie 'iOf m aPrint.seds. tafthest ioua) ,"p,,t*"af..
e By Thomas Alk6m, with tn ajeneters ofd t
Constasdmople, and demciptiQns or 9VLVESTFR & mdway.
F. RobertWalsh, LL1. p,,ith ;.
p0o, extaS 410. 'f4A1,|de i d t*n I arLe t
.p Book, by Mr. Elli', auor of S.T8' t- b t,,"'i.c, ,b B2Sdw -,
#and, & c, wit t 10 fine p tS4, i lB, : F" d e. "-
ring, with i su.jierb plates.,-1 ,.. ofAM ON 'i,"Sand, S BD At of.E
;*V a < Btkisde or,80096N",So tBrlof tng
2 land Nab*s WmUg& and sol&pt- `r- '
IALS for 1840.-D. APPLE- J. SYLVESTER443 Broadway,
200 Broadway, beg to form qhe gq q .j ia.j.a atr
, that the following English AnL-' .-T' '
hg year. are now ready f6a Ca-ae.d as..1 md on1 the _.t bi tars ,
'[ ...... """[] ..:. V uanduunadaa ,madcoB U 1is amc _gOtta Dale teriansi, -
auty, editedIbyLady Bke-"It4i s : S BYLVESTEJS4i &fhdway;
work far surpass any of the ple- P _- t&."SSSZW t.
loyir[ .4q, ,Tri. XFORDt0 "kELO .,' ""
eason, Tweloe Plates, undar he 0' forsale by'D.'APPL IOTa f.-CeLat., ,ir
Heath; with a Poem by I41y European and American Booktore, f9lfoa"y-s-=
perbly bound.- This is the most .: Trcts for the Timebyreaa of th Universuty
f the seaso n. oP O xd o rad,. 4' '7 o ,1 .o. -' i -'.
t, by Shoberl. 12 plates. lI e.ofA Ceatre.0fttck .(fl-'1 rit,-dss.
-, ;- eially for .Students in Theology, by the Rev. W iiam
Ajanual'; illustrative ot;Windsor Palmer, author of QOnes Litur ice," new eo'ion,
rings by H-sting: ;with br fiUl- with, supplement conltang replies to objections, ea-
Portrait of Qjueen Victoria: sik specially from -tafefille prophecy, 2 vols. '?e; '
...... .../ ,-" = .'-'ive Seamansimeac edh hetii Aa Urnivwi *of
saity,suiX; Jarge SiO. : Oxfor~d) Sby.te. Rev. Walte; Fqrq4.,. Ho *.D.
iguredsilk: largetvo. ?.. .. '-'Yvol.'I .. -
..K. Harvey; "8luperb 'ntr- The Libyary of the Tdtheras f theMlt OSI
0. -.M~ -; -, -Chuch,snatenor tothe Daisiaoxjftba.Eastsaad Wise.t
g and Winter's Wreqth; 10plaes- edited aid translated by muembera of ;he Eneinh
S| Ohayeh, vole. 2- and 3 containing the Catebhetlcl
oem Scrap Book. ,;' Le. ctures-o-St.vCyrJ, Archbisbep.of Jerualem, and
c, by Mrs. Ellis: 16 plat4. 8yo, the Treatises of St. Cyprian, Blsop of Carriage, i.
, 45 plates; superb morocto; Byo. Martyr, 8vo. I 'g' ..- ,-
r, Imperial 4to, morocco. -.. The Book of the Fathers, containing the lives of

to. oroco celebrated Fatkersof the .Cabristian Cr ,.ind the
o, morOcco. : _oc spirit of their writings, 1 el. 8vo..... c..
magnificent, Imperial 4to, morocco. An Introductionto the Critical Study of Ecle.
ave just published--A Gift frpm uiastical: History, attempted =-an account -of 'the pro-
nual for 1840; Nintysix superb gross.and a short notice of the sourcesof.the .History
184 31oty o f' the Church, by John Q. Dqji4g, M.A.
FNbXAL Fbe 8Io40 o tb Christian, astilAtes, qSspas. of piscoures and
otMr Charls HeanH ,te u -nrats, selected, arranged 'ystemauical y and ilus-
y : ...' rated with notes, by Christopher Woodwortb, D.D.
A.- COLMAN, 205-,Broadway" -
Pictu u-, u a H t- The Theolgical Works of th..Rev.: Ecward Pur-
iwctsore astle-Aand its a o."Hi y toi, AD. Professor of Divinity of 'the University of
dsnQs ;th and it s ,En-niron" Oiford; eompiiing itiLectftes B-the Eck.e ficul
Esq. With15, illustrations, bn M of ihe Fkt Tre entunes' aft r st;
ries of hgyfinished interior BmnLcrps etensod h netz
~ ~ ~ ~ o a~" .s- ltn Bampton t'a:. si sfthe Ante.N'xieno.
t, b enzieand Allm St.
St. Geore'9WHal;. Waterlo6 Gal- Fathers to the, D h ty p Christ mad the Doctrine of
of the Queen, on Horseback-. ,by Triii'h Sw-'ds. Esch .worj nyZ had
; and eleven' beautiful Views of P ty o togedth ; .. ,,
ad Eton, by J. D. Harding, Esq. n20 (To be t.o.tiuud.) -
green silk and gold, super-rxyal ,F AMILY GROCERIES.-D. E. EM RY, Tea
.... -" Dealer and Groceyr 42 Greenwich street, hasm on
e. Edited by Lady Emmeline hand superior loaf, ump and crUsheda St'; 'also
Vith beautiful embellishments by waite Carthagena Singar, superior Barbadoes, Porto'
termole, F. P. Stephanoff, Edw. Rico and brown ijyavana Sugar, OPVP with a general
Creswick, Herbert, Miss Sharpe, assortment of Grocer;es. "'
Elegantly bound in caixnsot silk, N. B. Families supplied withtreoh Goshle Butter.
Goods sent to any part of the city without charge for
Edited by the'Countess-of Bles- porterage. tel8
e splendid engrvings y' most r WlNES, SHOE'TI D, &c.-0 bales
D..l, a .in a i t -wlv i' Bridport, comprising i&ull atortmeit fr6m 1 to 36
Displayed in a series weve blf; also, 9 lb Sail Twine; 1 aS oz Sh Thread,
oavntgs of vaeous subects,- surom assorted colors.
ould,- Esq..with fanci illustra- Sugar-25 lihhds pie N. 0. Soar *' .
e Countess of Blessington. I- .WWhite Lead-150 fkege. English tieLead.'

Office, No. lit WcaLares, corner VPriifd

The first session of the..a ftp j.4.
will commence on Monday week; and afre
letr of. mmberi gathering towards the (
There will undoubtedly Ie a full attendant
opening .of the session, for o nearly are
divided tbhat-..in&gle vpte abqeq&*.a eitk
may bb' 'disie iAfluenc6 i tie choi
The firs question IhAit will be raised will
>.: plobuf~y, othe awiqiajon of 6he v Whi,
bermm from New Jerwy whom seats are con
S The ordinary wo4e of proceeding, in forming
Hose, 4, b-tt tha:Olierk: of the fetamer
brings the members to order, aold thencal
Sby Statei the delegation, as they.blave b
S prtained from authentic source The n
Ststrbmr* they are called, and except in ti
of6w dup4ftd return, take their seats al
WI.et ,re i a 6sntest, the eertificate, fro
P returning 4i ri w 'co nsidered.
fad evdence of elct ig, mtad entitles th
bwr to hi. seat, subreot to the after-decision
Hou 0o 4 the, report '. a., Ommittee,
.wn> dely organited, it appoints, to isqui
such questions. If thi. ordinary pode of p
b#k be not departed 1"m, there cit occur,
cuOy in' e aem of th e'vee Whig '.embec
New Jersey-ft &Ah*y,fd they only, ha
certificate from the proper returning ofcers
from the givfhigse 'f amotg Athe party at W
tou ad d.Klbany, thm is reason to believe
concerted effort is to* e m .de to prevent, .in
tbWee five Reproeantativen from taking their
*tnd vothig for, SpeakerT. If so, 'aind a questiy
b raised, much delay aind trouble may. oe
.he firt place, daiscussion- of vYry sort w
carried on, 'under every disaavniitage, in a
Sing, which has- no official qxistpce, until d
gmnied by the choice of a Speaker. The
Ckk ehas no i'. / to preside, or keep or
though, as mtatfer of convenience and usa
does so .lilChe meuimbits are called ov4
sworn Them again, if the practice that hi
;tofremp.vileud, oflidmtnittipg members upon:
Stificate'f the return. oicmn, be departs
in one case,it may be in all. It renders the ad
of every 4j4 a matter of caprice or favor
there can, in the first instance, be no other '
Sfor a seat tihi ftch certificate. To disregi
Toucher $Ibthbe cqse of a cotestOd ,*e*tic
once to prejudge a question that the Heuse
ly entertain at all after it is legally organized
can see, Iherefore, thing but confusion q
chief to result from suh an effort it the
the five N 6' Jetse. members, and we tiust
fore, that, kweveir mush desired by the Gloi
Argus faction, the more considerate nmemnbei
"idep"will resiat i s. uutual. ad dangerous
i_ my rate, itthooves all the Whig iepreser
',^tpbepon the spot, inaorder to stand by the

SIxTH SzNATP TDsmct.--.We now have
fi.i! return from the Counties in this i
which ahow a'majority for A. B. Dickina
..Whig Senator, of 132 .-fAlbany Eve. Jour.
'MAtCnuszniT.--The-Boston Atlas of
*.".ay gives complete returns of the votes i
-. 4erorv witl- a comparison of its table *iI
prepared by the Mkorning Post. After notii
S**points of agreement and difierence, with ti
sona for sucht difference, the Atlas re-affir:
corrected ss of its estimate, and sates, moi
* "t lively, theopinion that thee is no choice
vu .R r4 pt..... Inmake, out a major
a 44 gie'3 as the p)
sostt~rang votes $uready beau] of in .40 towns
," r '"" '., "
ilfeR~jr B smoz~~eroxrr! !-Bridgepoi
't1tlTess Moesiag"i on ?atuMdy,,w
the 4iidida eu succeeded by...,,.j
6 Thst'j in.-Nw Haven fleral.i

Nwfw~iflAwi ELCnIow.:-An election La
i HaTn T.uesdu
'" ..Th.WI _-. vwtni polled y s -o5I%. oat ot
-the Whfgwa ~nhjority of 36t. At the pi
$ ^ ^a&Il1kh1I A fie. Whig moajoril
1.-,v BU W. y 1j 4

S John Niles again m in u tuaon by l
uteirctyin CdnneRtks' for the offie

S o' rNO.Qou4,-Jo L Morhead ha
ominse for the of-GovenMr -by a
''to~evetiob 11 Norh Carolina,'as saemor t
v t.awor Nfy., Reary Clay w raeommem
,wrl P-Thidi&=9, ld a aledgq given; t6 !muppc
t ^V ThsdgeofNew Yoc1should
tb.he nm ee o the Natiota,' Convention '1
...;'. ^ i '* '

.Mxn'-aTlm ret~"n from this State,
OW .lfaoabIo- t6. hig prospects. The
c;+. Wsate eMdwumd Taner, for Governo
*,L.,B'aiqna mjd Reuben Davis, tar Congres
S The V. B. ceadide ate A. G. McNutt fo;
,- '-" f ; Ab. O Brf'Omna Jaob Thompson fo
(f' y ti~f l '.'.' r 1.,
S"t e Charleston Courier of the 16th inst

M..N (t &) 215.
LMtheLfOecgr<, 3Brewn (V. a
* t V. B.) l. gan (Whig)
::. '^^^la.^, 18, 'tShip cont
t g atiavormg9Tvote of 6 1
the V. caaIst& 1o.
.` ,T ,itcha Fre. Trder tbhbik that in .
,,i a
.ite jt~fiarf *ae Whig topremnatifies a
r**nLc-:.',MW in thi9 couty gavr a

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4*h.Wa Vzw.f )41ewp.-W,' lan
.. .*tl that this gen
,: ).Motr, .ept ne of the H(
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Ws' friends 'caugt at the suggestion, and with [For the New York American.]
N. ;sheepish looks laid the amendment on the table. Mr. Editor: When I requested you, a week
i 1839 sr.. Anders) then moved to amend the second two since, to p some remarks relating to
1 9 r e s o l o n by in a rt n e s noem g : ... .s s m e. .. .. r e a .
21,1839. gh..byw-: .R a.Tbiliy in ctice.t o eae4,# the Cross at improper tuimee
st'ut asnd ap y o6Sthte, ks to' rmnalll thd- honestly thought that no discussion would gi
tis of tii"agt for tii ovecnnis o ut of'it Not exposing that every phrase woi
adywe.s 1/ s' e pf er lang sge used by Ptre- meetiwith approbation, I nevertheless supply
Daptol. we a 'Si tackon in one of his Messages, and so the t t gene
iady we tetkso~n*in on eof.h.esgs n~ft that the general tenor of the article 6;&M give
Capitol. idea of voting against it was not to be entertained thai ra tenor of the article deul give
. at the by the Loco-Focos for a moment. "Let's lay it fence to no one, and never imagined that ita me
t .upon the table," suggested by Mr. Yoakum.- The ing could be mistaken. A writer, however, v
IWietes knew not what else to do, and therefore they claims a relationship to the Church hitherto
r side, sneakingly disposed of Gen. Jackson's words as they ,h .o, "--' Eiei "- ,d i to
.ce of a hadLreviously disposed of Mr. Polk's. heard of, Ecleso," has made it to.
The same Mr. Anderion, with provoking calm- pear that I hold opinions and recommend practice
n ess, then moved the'-filtowing amendment in lieu which, in truth, I deem utterly false and unch
Seir, of the resolution' istruciitg the Tennessee Sena- tiah. So serious a charge you will, without dot
g meW tors to vote for the Sub-Treasury e re, i the same columns m
.!, ,, -.d,. permit me~to -repel, in the, same coluumns mwh,
ntestdd. -,;,Resolved, That the Independent Treasury is disor- .
g',ariew g+mizin andrevolutionary,andsubversive with the fain it appeared.'
*. damriental principles of our government, and of its en- I. I am said. to speak of the value of the Cr
Ho tire practice from 1798 down to this day; and that it _. .. ..._.. .. a
Is' over ,ia palpable as the sun that the effect of the scheme im cheering our Christian forefathers but to pass
Bn "would be to bring the public treasury much nearer the unnoticed, the strength derived from looking
een. actad custody and control of the President, and ex. ^to that JESUS who hung up on the Cross." W
embirs .pose it to b plundered by a hundred hands, where g ps
he ce 'on.e undertheilate systemtncon6ud.notreaoh it. In such sir, I was not writing a treatise upon the Christ
.... event we shouldfeel that the pibple had just cause for religion, in which every source of consolation
t onde. alarm, and ought to give their most watchful attention .. ."..
Om the' to such aneffbrt to enlarge executive power, and put in strength to the believer was mentioned and gri
Sits hand the means of corruption. its proper prominence. The subject was (cc
prima This was the precise language used by the Globe paratively) an unimportant point of practice.
o mem- when the Sub-Tressury was first proposed byGe mentioned an historical fact, viz: the custom
of the. Gordon. Let's lay that upon the table too," ex- .
wch claimed Mr. Yoakum with -blank look. There ,thoe primitive Christians in regard to it; I said
.' was no -other course to be taken, a.hd so hiding was a custom-from which they derived comfo
-re re their iten in their handkerchiefs, they gave the which was all very true, as it was also- true t
roceeti same, destination to the Globe's words, that they they derived immeasurably higher and hor cc
no10 dii- had previously given to Polk's and Jackson's. .. r .m ,
- Mr, Anderson was too .od-iatured to perse- for t from communion with their GOD and SAVIO
re frorn -t + r _"
v .'. cute them any. further .. I never'ni meant to bring the former into compari;
. Bte ,IN NCTON.-Th s s"a ta t "( har with the latter; ad I did not mention the lati
. But INJUNCTION.-.The Argus states that the Chan- .I. ... ....
a ath request th Bn only because it had nothing to do with my subje
ashing- -.. eellr, at the teeost of the Bank Commissioners, -, .....
.,ommissior s S urely, Frater Ecclesiu must have understood t]
that; a has granted ani- injunction upon the City Bank of .. .
Si n .. .., it is so very plain.
4imine, B ufiklc"
.. .a .. ..... aa 2. I expressed my wish that the Cross, ast
r ieaTs, Tlss hay be' true, but it is somewhat remarka- emb, e thof our religion, and as connected ,
on thenw'4 sle that the mail which left Buffalo on Saturday, .. .
.. ., ., any holy associations, might be put in our chur
ar,' In bringing the latest news from that place we' could i c 8 .n ou h
l .ro b .ring sa n n. ab es and places of private devotion, and it seemed
would be receive, brins letters which say nothing about it. ,. p e eoCrsa -" ^
.me a very proper badge of Christian men andri
a meet- kiNTucKY BANKS.-'The statement of the Ken-,- men. For this reason I am charged with hay
luly or- tucky Banks to the ,15tl, October shows that the i" commended" its worship," as a devout h'
former aggregate Specieq Btefank of Kentucky,
o Northern Bank and --ank of Louisville, amounts and pious usage ;" -these last words being quo
$1,155,350 against an active circulation of $3,645,- from a portion of my article, in which, I was se
ae,. he -228, or 3$1 1-2 cents to the dollar, divided as fol- og of the primitive Christian's practice. t
er, and lows: made to appear that I used them in relation to
os here- '. Specie. Circulation. Per Cent. worship of the Cross. I allude no where to si
th Bank of Ky., $469,962 to $1,916.286 24 worship.
ecer- NorthernBank, 563,132 1,560,081 36 3. I spoke of the Cross as our meet compel
4d from Lankof Louisville, 122,256 168,861 72 ih to theHouse of GoD." Frater Ecclesim si
mission -" 61,155,350 o 8 2 that int'ead of secret self-examination and hu
o55,350 ,645,228 3. f ble thoughts, the Christian is told that a crucifi
cr,. smee The immediate liabilities of the Bank of Ken- his meet companion to the Temple of the M
voucher tucky, aside from circulationam, to other Banks, High." There is not a word of mine from wh
ard this 3856,113, Depositors $391,281, Miscellaneous the most skilful torturer of language can wri
in, is at $50,583 ; available -esmources, other than specie, even a hint at such advice.
Bills of Exchange, $1,513,185, State and City 4 Thisingenuous writer declares tat he cam
)It i! f~xh~ng '.d~ueS~r'18~het~t~k~s~fgY ,4. This"Ingm~mous writer declares that he' cant
cM on- $1,605,000, due from other Banks $34. 's yield assent to the counsel, that the fashional
: We 997,. bther bank notes $184,827, Miscellaneous practice of desecration should become the fashion
d mrisW $58,045-. The Northlr 1-Bank owes to depositors ble practice of adoration ; that the emblem of c
case of V240,923, other banks .$238,690, Miscellaneous religion should.be exalted above that most h<
$19,246 ; available, other than specie, Bills of religion itself."' I beg your 'eadera not to in
Exchange,- $1,417,140, State' and City Bonds that I gave any such counsel. It is purely t
be and $790,000, notes and checks of other banks $16 1,- work of your correspondent's imagination.
rsof all 261- I have not as much confidence, Mr. Editor,
is. At [From the Charleston Courier,4Nov. 17.] Frater Ecclesie seems to have, in my "early Chi
I. At- [ rm t...ST.n C ""urIrN ] tian educatiorr." Yet I think I may confident
atives F R OM- I'..AUGTI.N trust it to keep me from ever charging, on su
.right. The steamboat Southernter, N~t. Ruddd, amve
hht. reTe seteamoat ,outener, C* t. furo, aSve slight and ill-considered grounds, even an unknoi
f -esterday "-ro' ".Atist"e.Son of the Church, with having fallen away
the of A letter from a correspondent at that place., da- grievously from the pure faith once committed
istritt,, ted 15th instant, says:_ piem hprf iton ecmmitted
)istridt 5 .y: Her. But.we need not wonder at this recklessne
iOn, the kInco.oee.e of the. ocanence ofemorethan when every day an example of it is set us,
. one, frosTI-,think it may be said that the sickness more important matters. Here is a noted bod
"'- *thike etha ned in mih fhU --r... .. ... .....
d this .isatan end. Lieut..Smithof theU. men, in our mother-land, whom, in spite of
ymster- service, diedthe day before yesteiay. 'It would private characters, their published writings, th,
W G .rot all tat can lea, at a vMty o frequent remonstrances, and their unreviing p
., a '. opiin ikvails, a to the causesof disease. Some tience, many of their brethren, on both sides of t
h hat .Consider there m t be t ocb but .e vast majority Atlantic, blindly accuse, in the face of oft-repeu
in the o thepeole believe .that the Fever wasmported refutaions of such perversions of doctrin,
herea- _id subeton. but .e e te would prove them to be either wilful heretics,
b cti o .. -of Rec .th an..m the pr- crafty Jesuits. Within such instances all about
." [etioa. ev nce on both sides, arindrom the r- of the inexplicable *nd unwarrantable heedle,
It posi- titfs of either doctttine. ness with which men bri"b .ccusat.io. .ga.u
of Go- Thermore reflect upon the' sobect, 'the more +t wh... iffer from them, 't is.not at.-ll stra,
irityfor ,0 am I convinced. the .tra. i. of that some one should have found out that
pher of YelloFever, ftem one place to another, and te anonymous article, a few lines in I--,a publiah
qPurq +extension of the .isease ; provided, the condition inng daily newspaper, pight beishe-t0 mean
L.. -i+-,! of the ttmospherebe favorable to its -proipgation. th besides w3? it-i mean. It is a traubi
' ^ Andyet, tdo not believe the disease to lie conta- sm natess task to refge 'such error_
rt held g ous in the. aics ,.igniflcatfon of that word ; nor but Taut even im trifees, must be vndicatE
he sail Kit conlusiely' of foreign origin. For in pirtisu- .ad made l'ain. .
ority of la seasons, where local causes are presqt, ,d C,-cer.ng the e,_,- .. ..... ..
._. .. __ ,. ., .. ._. ,oncernang the R~eformers, anda their, opilott0
theat mosphere of Charleston i approxqnaste, by aluded to by Frater' Eccesim, I might say mu.
.. itet and other circumstances, to that ofthe qst -sd 'would do so, were it not thatan endless 4
r town Indue, I can readily conceive that like .e et + cussion would be opened, not of important bear,,
wuWld fnow from liKe causes, and that a norter n d^the point at issue. *
.which man coming, nnde1'r suh cLrcumstances, into the' I cannot lay claim to the gallantry imputed
,worn- city, would be lialo .to an attack." z '. by "'Helena" it to-nights -paper. -_'" sho
"e I ~~~~~' '" .. ... ..: have replied to. tho communi~atin of Fila
The_ follwn is ...... slpfo the o.. .ce oth clesiue,' had.. I r supposed' th dis.s.o wo--uld ha'
N.e. -, :- k ee, ; en agreeable to you, and had I not jmhari

9' v 9th L1Tti Benj"'.; .... Mi s s ', that many would think the matter was mad j
t Vian .t e .t t j.Poole, 3d. Artillery, Mis sa. much of ad so the effect of my previous -
t- Gov,rah Fp u, of New Jersey Mr. Taylor; Mr. M- mmrki should oy have ehad o y paired.v
Porter, wife of H1. Porter. my hare had ay,
i i M.e A. E .i...,. of H r g.h, wOr- ly- yield that portion of the question to H
A -.- Eman; :E4O'Mev raO f Ire-ud .. lena h great satisfaction at having a f.ir all
en"l.~ -oi ";'- --v + :ra = flrcMd .,1,l +=- "s'mar^ S C~~t E
'Wh 11' th.- Jacob Drown e Liet.-Rowley S. Jenhings, o. F.ius.Ecc
M'. g 3 Artillery, of Tennessee. .
'0Oqv- 13th. Pas Midshipman W S. Smith, ofte !: -[Forthe ewYork Amwrican.]
led fom 'U. S. N a.native of Norfolk, V&6'sadsonofMa- T.- QA- tTUR.. AFRAN AGA IN
'' Na- 'Jor Smith, Paymaster U. S. A. "T-E pAPT.. ,TU AFRICANS AGAIN. .
7 JHbm e t Awgustine Neo.] Mr. Editor--The treatment thioe people
- ST. AuGusTINE; (E. F.) Nov. 15. -eive, at the hands of those toawhose cate and ovi
fo. the .T FEVER.L-- affords us, great *pleasure to an- '',.to;ha '!, ..2
orthe TxFuv -l afibrds us roat pleaure to sight they .ave been. committed by the Gove'
nounce to our distant friends, that the fi er which ,-
".. has prevailed among us for some week is rapidly met, continues, I see, as t ought, to interest t
Ssopf disappearing; but two or three new cases have c- attention of the public. The character of our con
'Whig cured within the last four or five days. try abroad,-slightly as we may think it would I
r '- : Mi" Aorto, Nov. 9th. affected by-such a matter at home-is more dee
sma MOei : l0 k bti M'AX.-:-3 the 8th I went .: :" .. ,
Sme .. M .-O t I w Int ly' concerned, not only in the ultimate dispositi
rf, y ovet to Hopes, across the prairie, and came pretty ... .
SGC- near being intreepte by. party of Indians; they which may be made of these unfortunate men, a
Shaving fired on aud wq'.iOed some cattle, jut ,as I in the.-treatment observed toward them whilst
entered the prairie, 'and I oppose would have re- charge of the public authorities, than many amo
tes served their fire for me, had -not been on a fleet us seem willing to believe.
home, with the assistance of whose legs I was soon T : i -ysu I'
rumr out of danger. This iberning the express rider To come, sir, directly to the subject I desire
otrerut of danger. 'rhin aering the- express'.rider ..
>Sol. left here for Fort King; after proceeding about present-the actual treatment of the captive AM
three miles towards that post, he heard rifles fire cans at New Haven.'" First-what ought ti
ytve near M' ptosh lantationnd:after ridg about treatment to be 1' Ought it to be such as w
S half a mile further,- met two men who told him ; ,th. s s
the had been fired upon by a rty of e e y, barely "content these ignorant heathen,
and one of their men was killed;. Both'of these perhaps: may be wise enough to seem "co
a:smn men were wounded, and are now in hospital here; 'tented and happy," where complaint and disconte
V. B the arm of one, the Surgeon thinks, will have to would. beuuavailing or ought it to be such as w
re cno,-eapua
',cha h4flLL~o di-int. ~.. W.'P-, O+ -set forth the humanity of this nation honorably bt
>e,. 2RAiMY INTLLHOENcb.---Itiut., J. W.-_ 0r : :. ,: ,' ;,. ; -
bi 2d Infatry, has assumed temporarily the dutiesA of fore thefword W i4t I contend for the latt,
S Assistant Quartermaster at this post. I would not be understood to mean, that I won
'i Lieut. Jaes Hanson, 7th Infantry, has been O have the sasn i of provision made for the
UWn fr o i do/. t cut a dn"''t road between this phie and.' ; ;
_ rom cut drect road bctwee l modation of these people as I would for that
e Pita h .. ..;.,- .1 -. ,
._ _n The schr. Victoria, Capt. Kenyon, .wil sail on foremigners unde similar circumstances, but W
D7:$- Of 0njome,
U 1 Monday. next for New Orleans, with the 47 Indian a be brought ap sr oundedby th enjoyed
on of- prisoners now confined at Fort' Marion. These of civilized and refined life.

Th Vi. .,,
to him, and, in his default, to his counsel of the was reduced to writing and placed on the Clerk's point of scores for the far west. The Uper MIs-
or Journal of Comiperes, the-following questions, to minutes. sissippi is no longer the utmost terge of that un-
e apply to., thA ci-'li of the Africans ten days Capt. Richardson deposed.Mthat he is captain of define0ttrritory-Tsidents beyond talk of a till
theago: the ship Dutchess of Orleans i The accused was farth' iWest, a1t;but a few years before the swell-
SI 1. Have they .been supplied by the Marshal with his-mate. Shipped hijjin "NewYork on the y ing wave will- brekk evt-the RocKy, Movatains,
ow more than one a irt eachI- Howofte are their age to Havre and back,t) He ,-ad charge of the and the quiet valesof'11Columbuswillteem._ith
lW shirts washed, -and whilst they ar .being washed -freight received at Havre, [bill of ladig shown a peoplewhoseprogenitors dwelt in rugg4T ew
Sdo day wear their blankets or other 'shirtns, or do witness,] knows the paper,.the signature is that-of, England, and looked upon the iAlghanies U the.
e they go naked the'witness. It is a receipt for a box. Didiot impassable boindary of the Western world.--
of- What clothes have they been applied with see the box when brought on board. Two freight [Cleveland HIfed.]
an- by the Marshal other than a pair of shoes, (each,)' books are kept. The clerk has charge of one, the P E" RILoDs.-I par that,
,ho one pair of socks or short stockings, one pair of mare of the other. Sailed from Havre on the 2d notwithstanding the Richmond and Frericksburg
pantaloons, one of suspenders, one shirt, and a June. Arrived here the 8th July. Had no con- Railroad Company have repeatedly given notice
t cap, and has each a blanket? versationr with e mate respecting the box when on that they will o t transport gunpowder on their
aP- [And, sir, as the opinion of professional men on board. Discovered such a box had been received, road, the article" is often smuggled upon it under
!es professional subjects is good testimony, I ask of by looking over the books of freightage. Anchor- cover ofboxe ari s n ge purporting to ontaa
Bs Dr. Hooker, whether-notwithstanding the "well ed at Quarantine about 6..'clock, P. M. Came to cover of boxes and packages purporting to contain
S-known physiological fact, (as he asserts it to be,) New York with pusngeis. Brought the vessel other things. O# the -16th inst. the rear of a long
know phsioogial-act (a heassets e,)pasengrs.Sroghttrain laden with merchandise Was suddenly blown
0 that the inhabitants of warm climates bear expo- up the next day. When I came on board had tabtw milet above Louisa Court House,
K sure to the cold.of a first winter with less incon- some words with the mate. Went ashore, Vnd re- ukong the tr in hand, stunni the. enCgiua driver
.veaiezce--than the, natives of cold climates"--he, turned on board. Found the mite dressed up, to and fireman riandsct unn antitye en odsivr
5oss would think that these people, brought up, and go on shore ; told him it would not do to leave ihe intothe adjoingfields. The explosion
just from under the tropics, could, with ordinary ship. He went below and put on his ordinary aon it the traoini% in o. tion, and the
Y comfort, 'and without danger to their health, recre- clothes. After I went ashore at New York) I dis. t p wh e being bowed up, and i a
un- ate themselves by walking, bor in any way exposing covered something upona person in Wall street fact of the gunpowderbeingboxed up, and t ia
~close box-car of jointed carpentry,.was not suffi-
hy, themselves for an hour or two on the "green,",; or that made me suspect something wrong. Exami-ce o protect it from the subtle of the tsi
a'n in the street, ofNew Haven, with no -othe cloth- ned all things on board the ship. Found all right cTe t p i e bty t pa
dan i sTheXpowd~er was consigned by Messrs. Ellis, E~l-
ing than shoes, socks, trowsers, shirt, suspenders, but the box. Made search for Bright, the mate. lets d was n ulware, near Newark, in
ndCa?. Could not find him. He did not return for wagesLouisa, and the boxes disgung it were marked
ren 3. Has the Marshal or his Deputy prevented, in due him. Before we sailed for Havre, I had ad,- Louisa, and the boxes disguising it were in er od
)m- any instance, or 'said he would present, persons vanced him $60. Before we 'sailed for New York of two kegs, but whether there were otiersX
Swho were ready and offered to give clothes to the I advanced him $40. The reason I advanced him sions of two kegs, but whetherr there were oters
S captives, fromdong so 1 If he has, let him state the money was, Bright said his family were t that did not explode, is not know.--[Baltimnore
off captivsft ori 5in5amiy er i wn American.] 4
S by what authority he has taken this upon him. of it. Left New York in March ; did not aee ."
I it 4. Are.the ", tubs," necessary to the sick, con- Bright after his leaving the vessel, until after'he HARD CURRENCY.-" Musket balls fullR borp"
rt ; fined to the sick room, and used only by the sick, had been arrested, were a legal tender in, .Massachusetts, ;in 1656,
hat or by all, individually? And if by all, why is this The Court then adjourned current for a farthing a piece, provided that no
permitted to the well, when they can go into the man be compelled to take above twelve at a time
an- yard, which," it is asserted, they are allowed to The 10th annual meeting of the New Jersey of them." In 1680, the town of Hingham paid its
MR. do 1' And are not these tubsakept openly on the Baptist State Convention was held in this city on taxes in milk pail#.
son floor without anything to screen them at any time Wednesday and Thursday of last week-Rev. G. Harder StilL.-It is stated in-,A Georgia, pa-
er from the view of all ebb, President, and Morgan J. Rhees, Clerk. per that a man was knocked down-in New Orleans
e 5. Do not t three girls, veging toward woman- There were present 60 delegates from 'different and robbed of a pocket book containing 175,000 in
ct. hood, (they beg "natives of a warm climate," arts of the State, and Messrs. Malcolm, Dodge, svecie
his, if I, too, may e allowed to allude to a "well- Paiineon, and others frem other State Convep- -
known" physiological fact,) and a boy of about the tions. The Convention was opened with a sermon For the New York Americna .]
the same age, all sleep together in one bed ? Is not by the Rev. C. J. Hopkmins. The receipts were, T -YM OvTHER.
.th the room in whieb they sleep accessible at all times for the Convention $1400, and for the Foreign .
lth o t he men, and do ,not the girls mingle promis- Mission $600; in addition to which there had been Mother, I kneel upon'thy grave, -
ch- cuously with thi men? And would it be difficult collected for the latter object by the Board, through And tears are falling fast,
I to to put these girl- into good private families, with its agent, about $1300. As o'er me now, come rushing on
abundant secure' for their return when called for A history of the Convention, drown up by Mr. The memories of the past,
,v. 6 Rh" s. tnes, was presented on Wednesday, and also the ''' -
ing 6. Again we', ask Dr. Hooker for his opinion. Rhees, was presented on Wednesday, and also the Of summer days, when youth and hope
710 Would it not cduce to the health of such of th report of the Executive Board, and interesting ad- W su
*no ce. to the healthheof.u. ......h" Were glowing in my soul,"
habit captives as arepow well to take exercise, in the dresses were made by Messrs. Mulford, Dennison Life's chord was tuned to
ted open air, every"fair day, if they were comfortably' and Dunbar, to a large audience min the evening, And fl its. e bo.
a clad,-making Ill due allowance for the phys-io- when a collection of $54 was received to the funds. And full its goldenbowl.
ak logical fact' hatithese Africans, just from the sands It is stated the collections have steadily increased .When earth seemedfair around me,
Is of the torrid zose, can bear the cold of the New every year. During the year there have been 700 When skies looked bright above, '' ;
the Haven climate better than the people who have additions to the Churches within the bounds of the When my spirit leaped in gladness, '
Lich C onvcntion.[Newark Dail Adv.]
c beqn born and Iloughtup in it! Convntion.-[Newark Daily Adv.] For thou,wert near to love.
7.' Has no. ttb uncommon foetor of the rooms Ms S ,, Mer Wheo thy sweet voice, my mother,
an- been often the saubjeci of remark by visitors? MISS SHIRREFF AND MR. WILSQN give theirWhe th se o ay e
7ays When the close 6f day ha ,come
y 8. Is there, q-r regular ventilation of the rooms I third Concert at the City Hotel this evening, and Rose in low praver to rBn on high
*in 9. Is not the temperature of the atmosphere present a very strong array of inducements to at- That He would bless our home. '
'sproduced by stove neat, so high, that even h a- ,, m, intA ol ls u oe
ost produced by sto e heat so m high, that even na- tend it. Th- dispersion of the company of the Again I see thee, Mother,
ich tio.n of cold climates," would sometimes feel as
comfortable wh st in the rooms, without some of National Theatre has released these eminent vo- Again that loved voice hear,
n their usual clotg as with it. calists from their engagements at that establish-. Like an angel tone of a better world,
not Direct and M1?. answers to all the foregoing ment, and will enable the admirers of fine music to It is falling on my ear. '"
o questions w it this whole matter in its trueind .gein.h..njo en, ch. I see thee stand ith out-stretched arms,
n-e ,posture, and tirtoo, without any necessity for the nduge i te enJoyment, whch many of them are I s t st
ma- vulgar fling, that those who are trying to elicit the unwllhng to do in the Theatre. See programme Wit.,joyupon thy face,
S truth are officious" in their efforts to let the pub- in another column. feel thy warm kiss on my cheek,
truthare I fall in thy embrace.-
'fy lic know what they are, and ought to be, interested T h m, my embrace .
,er in knowing. JUSTICE. TM Thou chidcst me, my mother,
t h e J U S T I C ..I T. Mr _. 1 .. .. i _. 4 -.- .-

as AArSTAD CAsR.-A letter receivedthis morning
is- from Hartford, dated Wednesday, 11 o'clock A. M.
fLly states that the Court unexpectedly adjourned to
c 'the first Tuesday in January, owing to the deten-
-o tion at New Haven of James G.ovey, the interpre-
to ter, sAubpcenaed by the, United' States from the Bri-
g tish brig Buzzard, on account of sickness. Tubs-
f day afternoon, several' witnesses were examined
aifr respecting the actual place of the seizure of the
eir Amistad. Some swore thk-atthe distance from the
pa- shore was not more than 20 to 30 rods, and others
e- e that it was over half a mile.
a8 The Dis triet Attorney had filed another libel
or on behalf of the United States, grounded on the
s, claim of the Spanish Minister for the vessel and
8 cargo, (Africans. included) to be given up to hip

G.+: lrs. ai t.,-therin, t.a tes wown e
ger heoverit ein.-at wording to tee provisions 9f the
an treaty. ,
ed In another place will be found a communication

othe subjectiae the -ac rmsoevrosy
Sle oi the subject of the treatment of these Africans,
- to which we would invite attenion.

T.B AMISTAD CASE.-The following letter is
ns, from one of the committee appointed to visit and
S assist. the Africans, now before the United States
rng District Court at Hartford:
For the N. Y. American.
ild Tuesday afternoon was consumed in examining
;c- witnesses, partly in reference to the q'iestion of
verjurisdiotion, at depending on the place of seizure,
Od and'partly in regard to the grounds of the claim of
'Capt. Green and others, from Long Islpd, for sal-
I vage, as thef/rtt captors. 'Lieut. Meade, 1U. S. N.
(e- swore that tht'*.istad was over a half a mile, and
so under three qitrters, at the time of seizure. He al-
so testified that Cinquez wai'first put down in the
hold, and then jumped out and sprang overboard.
Dr. S4arp, Surgeon of the U. S. brig Washington,
corroborated Meade's testimony in several partic.
rO -Ailars. Capt., father, and others, who went re-
erj censly in the R'senue Cutter to examine the place
Ma- which Lieut. Meade pointed out as the place of sei-
he zure, estimated the di tance from shore variously,
n- as under or over half a mile. Mr. Conklin; and
be Cajt. Porter, of Long Island, testified like Capt.
'P- Green, that the distance of the Amistad from the
iol shore was from 25 to 30 rods. There was conside-
a4 rable discrepancy between the two set of witness-
.in es as to the number of negroes on shore at the
Ing time of their capture.
The DIstrict Attorney attempted to test the
to ability 'f the African that Capt. Green comrpuni-
ri- cased with, to "eak, English. He was accord'in-

About four hundred thousand persons are estima-
ted to travel over the railroads between New York
and Baltimore annually, and a like number between
the latter city and Washington.
The Pennsylvanian says, that two hundred and
seventy-two new houses have been erected in the
district of Spring Garden during the present year.
- The Medical College of South Carolina com-
menced on the 12th inst., with a class of nearly
two hundred students.
The Buffalonian says: "The Julia Palmer is
aground in the Maumee river. Let her alone.
She will catch the fever and ague, and shake her-
self out in a week or two."
[From the Albany Evening Journal.]
SYRACUSE, Nov. 18,1839.
Some fiend in human shape last night commit-
ted depredations on the Syrtuse and Auburn Rail-
road, about a mile west of-this place, at the em-
bankment over Harbor Brook, and so fixed the
rails as to run the Engine and. Post OfCce and
Baggage Care down a bank 15 or 20 feet high.
These broke lose from the Passenger Cars. The
Engineer escaped by jumping, and the Fireman
went down with the Engine. No one was seriously
What are arson and murder to these depreda-
;tions on Railroads 1 The winter should not pass
without making it a capital offence.
of Arkansas, lately shot, at eighteen shots,, 784
pigeons. This is the greatest- shooting we ever
heard.of1 and we question whether it ever has been
or can be beaten. The place at which he shot
them was on ansand bar, where they alighted for the
purpose of getting gravel and water.
PITTSBURGH.-At Pittsburgh on Friday, the rier
rose' four inches, and continued rising at- last ac-
counts. There was no doubt that there would be
an abundance of water in the succeeding thirty-six
hours for steamboats with cargoes.
A colored woman named Harriet Wilson was
recently burned to death at Chambersburgh while
intoxicated. '.. ....
The amount of tolls collected on the Ohio
Canals this year was 513,311 dollars 76 ce;ta
exceeding the amount collected in 1838 by 64K90
dollars 39 cents.
The counsel of Dr. Dyott intends, it is said, to
take out a writ of error and submit the whole groun4s
of the motion for hiits discharge to the Supreme
Court. .- '
Cold weather has come upon us most unexpect-
edly, sweeping away every vestige of the epidem-
ic, and compelling theshivering citizens to don their
winter habiliments. The atmosphere, although de-
cidedly vold, is nevertheless healthfully clear and
serene. Fire is quite comfortable, and even great'
coats, Spanishclpaks, and extra garments o( variqu4.
sorts aad sizes,-are getting into requisition-ON.
0. Bee, 8th.] ,

li by inwodoce4tbu being much frightened, did'not ANOTHERi DEATH BY FIR-.-A little child, '
p say much, and showed that his English ,needed a -daughter of Mr.. Charles Martin, Sheriff of, Ron
ho good deal of elpIo Iem signs inorder to oommuni- county, Ohio, was burned to death, by ter clothe
h.,. +, -. ... 7 taking fire, on-Tuesday last.' -." :
eatd any idea at all. No Counsel hasappeared on ,..g .e, on Tuesday- last.
it behalf of Raw and Montez. .OUIT or ER"oRa- Taesday:-Chalotte Gar.,
rill W- ner,' administratrix, i&c. vs. Jas. B. Gardner, an4-
Wednesday, 11 o'clock, A.M. others. Mr. M. T. Reynolds argued this caeus OB
)e- The Court' has. just adjourned The further the part of the appellant. Mr. Stevens andMr.
er, hearing of this' case is to take place at New Haven Ji e Rhoades forthe respondents.
ald the first Tuesday in January. The postponement ., e.., d ,
is in consequence of the sickness of James Covey; A new-vehicleor medium for colors to b# used
c the interpreter tubpnied by the U. S. from the pacting, has recttly been'di.covered min England.
of British brig Bu arr, and who was detained at New i ssaid to be capable o{ eistig great heat-and
ho Haven sick with a fever. Judge Jtudson, in chmIn- nuing t, the painter a no ,nseed varnish or
h e H kh 9 4 i t h a e e r J u ., 'ne . .. ,e
its bers, will takAth testimony of Dr. Madden th' pil, or other fluid.
S afternoon. .Seven of the Africahs, and the Spanish The new packet ship. New York sailed yester-
I-. nrktA~

Y ei my woras are soit aria mil,
And amid thick tears of sorrow,
You bless your erring child..
Thou cheerest me, my mother,
An honored name to win,
And not from virtue's peaceful ways, '
To stray in paths of sin.
When in life's last, most fearful hour, "
Thy brow with death was chill,
I see thee calmly yield thyself
To thy holy father's will,
And with a fearless trust on HIim,
Who had the power to save,
Enter, as one with armor on,
The portals of the grave.
I see npoorthy pale, cold clay,
That heavenly stle of rest,
Which told to earthO ty spirit's bliss, :
In the regions of the bleat.
Oh! mother, if from yon bright land,
Thy spirit lookson me,
As here I kneel upon the sod, ,
Which now is covering thee,
I ask forgiveness for the un-
S kind word, the look or frown,
Which must have bow'd to earth
Thy gentle nature down.
I feel them now, dear mother,
Deep into'ny soul they sink," -
And'flll far me, at this sad hour,
A bitter cup to drink.

0! could the tqars, which dim my eyes,
Recall them back again,
J'd pour them on thy resting place, -.
As clouds pour down their rain.. '
Since the grMv ha* held thee, mother,
Winter hath spent its blast,
Spring's flowers have bloomed and withered,
The tree it leaf hath cast,
And I have walked', with a spirit sad,
,+ Amid earth's busy throng, .
And felt their joy Was not for me,
Or thetmey dance, or song.
I hveeofeiltalone, eeer, .
In a worldboth darkAWd Arear, "
Where moot will blame, discourage,
And few forgive and cheer.
Yet, mother,, now I'll nerve myself
To break this gloomy spell,
And tread the path, where duty poei# %
Both wisely, true an4 wel.
And be thy spirit o'er, me,
With a meek and holy jiow*er,
When darkness lies upon my path,
And tempests j found me lower.
Be o'er me in my hour of joy,
Lest pride my heart ibould fill,-
Be o'er me in my hor of grief,
My troubled bosom still,-'
Be o'er me in my hour of strife,
And calm the raiiiji oL-'
Be o'er me whantemptasom heMs
Her wreathed and spark g'jvL "
I leave thy grave, my mother,
To journey on through ife, .
To mingle with its restless tide,
Iha battle and its strife:
And when a.few more fower sml bloom,
And saum.ers *il bUts,
They'll bear me to thingro K, ."
And lay my hl.4 by .tiaa.
Thea my freed sirit' im'ther
Shall lpd with thine Pt ligt,
Before you throne of glory, :
With God's own radianem hbit, '

r c 'agn; v I ur.,Ir. a -andu,
London, and one other gentleman of New York.
the ae r Lion, for Galveston, Texas-Judge
S 'tMi'a ., M Banta, Miss Banta, Mr L S Perkins,
Capt Perkins, Mr Allen and lady, Mrs A C Allen,
fins l well, Mr' Bckus, Mr Patterson, Wm
flyle, Northrup, Mr L S Smith, Miss Yonng.
Gaeorge ler, Mr. Granville, Mr Anderson, Mr
1W(Cooka | the steerage.

Reported by John H. Gourlie, Bullion, Stock and Ex-
change Broker, 60 Wil street.
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cash. 15 hhds baawn, at 6 to 7l etas, t 4 eSHM ; 24
hhds do, atr6 to0 cents per at 9day.
Molasses-7 h at 2 6J W27 oet h per f I.
Coffee-Rio, 20 bags, at 81 to 6 cents r 10% bags
Laguira, at 10 cens. Ddoy.; RioY14S B,' at cents
per lb., cash. I" .. i
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per b, "Hyson, 10o ob I o ;Bt 3ets piAb,at 6
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Brandy-'-Bordeax,8 halpipe,, at $laSw,o10; 5
qr casks, at$1:4l,A months. : ,: .,
Gin. ,in bond, 4 pipes, at a9 satl; 1,- 74 cents
peream, 4 months. ..
0We- Peort, 5 pipes, at 6 Oenata persgallvl, 4 mos.;
Sherry, 6Sqreasks, at8a2Jeea4 4 mtws. 1
V iaaga-White ;Wine, 5 j dasksx, at 10tces per
gallon, cask .. 4 .
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Soap-40 boxes, at 2t centper. A

I7 SITUATIONN WAW UD.-4 e Nw F gland
Sman wishes a situation as ,in"'bf-Ia LFa i, or be
be willing to take oe oa'shares. tft adverti-
ser ons.iwers himself a th^rcnhamer, and is also
weliacustonied ^tte care of horses and cattle. He
can refer to ageUleima ,with i$4 beikb lived nine
year.. 4l "S'4sttbe^^-i-dfler df^
,AkherMw York Amnerican, wfll-e'ahtjided to.

^EU f. ^.LUDLOW, Auctionieer
'tb sPubcribers wililH ai*tI) anekion at their
.alea 0roo Q3 Broad street, on TUESDAY,mthe 29th
day of October ihstam, at:. oloekah fofowing
Lands embracing TBE; NWIRE EASTERN
FRONT OF UNION PLA.GE, between 15th and
17th stmets, and own re4Aidb4 > ^p of that ce-
s The lota on the -Sqar- a.e Z&S Afl and anre

v each 125 feet deep ZI3evet o'9 loWt 1e V6 fe
frostand rear. TvWfther4*t7ie/adth
amazingtv'4ars 2 fe~t a Mb3~iesa.^
Three of the l ots, to wit: lstt*e N. I. coruj
o6f AMh street..-that at tze t& E. eber of17th atrse5,
antthelot next adjacent an the eouherly side w&ll
ask in fee simple, with suitable moditions as to a
usi*trM m4 ofbaildinf the, remaining twelve 1
ahbMaa(4urapjaset leasei fzoa.flhv late Cornebf
T. W1iJ-ir & Buggies, (at ground re'
'tahytu ( W3t~O&3ga ifor each lot, BecOdaingb'
it, postii^dk1U~pe period (inAoudwitwoj
Dw5Ifl.PIW YEARSevM W 1<

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,frB1KI; -AJ WOYMBER 21,I183
--i\~. ." t* hi "Aor"4n&c 47m.
..- ,. 0 A" ..B-ING6 OUR LAST.
i..uJIi mu-_ iNahan,, Craft, for Boston, J.
'e ip_+c hpt, Lincoln; WiAngton, N.
s,- 'm iftey, Gould, Mobile, Badger &
ix f JEliabth City, N.C.
",,.H. 0 p Brooklyn, Richardsoa, for
,,W e.s t. e, Eaton, Charles-.
1 W, lo. es; lmip eson Clark, Pitmai,
-,' "*A.5"5KNi<* eg;.Oiee- .Randall, Wilmik-'
,. teNG. soh~~ qa er, Pr Swanaboro', N.C.;
,r rwul w u tcbi^usejobm, N.B.; Ativ"e, Brown, Nor-
"" O NBoitdia Rose in Bloom,

*" *" -' "; AR tV"W THIS MONINO.
Wh W .'eat,. ley, II day #om O er-
~* t (with(caper; 'to Tucker & Laiures. Left
a Am.Teth. ".
SAILE -Shipai tC for Charlestonl Camilla,
BLs. .isT..sth.
,, B ;f.dr.lUniwon aw, 21 days frQm Tobasco, whh340
nta logwood, to Meyer & HIupeden, Left brigs
Ktm uw, York1, l0dag Pearl, Merill,
S chr Richmond, Tiy a, 41 days from Richmoapd,
with~.r, .*adoiAlti i &Pasoio. ,
Schr Albeat F. Thorn, B9U, 4 day fm Wilmington,,
N.C, with naval tores to Miteill & C6 -
,, 8r Blarbara jSqires, I days o& Baltimore, with"
t, il" Johasa : ,Lowden. '. '
&. VIAiFORDb N 17-Arrivel aekra Mary Jane,
i FWilcoi.from Alban; Republican, Hoover, do. -
SNX W IA *DOW, Nov. 9-Sil.ed s hrs Pacifi,
Have o, bfor bditn Oeean; Amazon,' Beeb, do.. -
S- NEWPORT, N&v.- 16-Arrived, sehis Slam, and
CtW fin Bangorfor NYork; Mary Ann, Oartden,
*o. ra" fa.liant, NYork, for Salem.-Cleared, schr.
6pmip$rto, Rc --< .MErCE, Nov. 19-Arrived, schooners Ida,
Chax(E,1 from Baltimore; Pantaloon, Kirwin, do;
Joia. .w4tut, Baker, Philadelphia; $ally, Sears,
-New Yor VWud s New-York, Barke, do; Albany,
Gibbslbany; Emily, Reynolds, do.-Below, qhip
x i.Abby, Wilmington,... .
'BRiSTO, Nov. lW-Cleared, baige.iaeline, Pit
man, for NOrleans.-Sailed, ship Btflac, Brown-
Sig, New Odeaw sloop Willa, Miller, NYork.
..-. FALL*WVRX Nov. 10--ailed, ship Gang. for
ew e~and *. ^'. -
N"'EW'BEWIID; Nov. 18-Arrived, :sehr New
Del. Dlai Kelley, from Philadelphia.
S-. BOSTON, Nweraber 19-Arrived, brigs Spartan,
r. fro Phiadtpi; Mariner, Jewis, NYork;
.'redrick Parl, Spoflford do;,-Ceard, -ship Corea,
*sm, fofMoJ i;le bark Neptune, L bg, Charles-
tilbn Ltoe, Bo*ket, Pernambuco; schrs. Herald,
.. l Havna, Ap twice 'Boy, Higgins, NYork.
r'.- BTl& OTDl-eared, barques Falmouth,
& vis, u 7w Orleans; Jupiter, Carter, Charleston;
..' ngr Geo Turner, Hunter, Havana; Champlain,
.".. S Them ;. Mary, Gerts, Porto Rice.
PHILADELPHIA, hovelbr 20-Cleared, ship
,." Palitibing, forb Charleton; brigs Old Colony,
Le lw. Daniel Kilby, Cooper, St. John, N.B.;
sekas Paragon, Morris, Newport; Home, Baker, Boston
? .Eveaing-Aviedohr. Wm. Benton, Cutter, from
Albany; bargesCayuga, do; Michigan, Allen, NYork.
S. i ALTIMORE, NO V li--Arrived brig Martha,
;,,-Davis, from Boetwe eh Fulvia, Oator, New York.
ea ', Bremek l Apollo, Sturje, Bremen.
S N' ) K', fo ne; N. 18-Arrive, brig Elizabeth,
talev, from Sydney; Br, schooner Ant, Anderson,
7' 4s, o, (Jan.); scar Navarre, Hopins, Boston.
S T[id,.sch. Anje, Jager,.for Ha'.na.
.J14NDRIA, November 18-Arrived, Br. brig
Cbaxles aeseltine, f6om Beraud-Sailed, SW. brig
K Wr, Mkosuer, Amsterdazl a*ir Danube, Alrey,
...,,: Dem a r .' .- ..
-;j.. HMOND% Nov. 18-Arrived, schooner Daniel
: : Fancis, Payne, foia Boston.-Sailed, schr Neptuaine
IHag iQM.- *": .* .
CS "'AW!,STON, November 17-Arrived, ship
Suerir, B. iJ,.I days from NYork; brigs Abigail,
Tha- o, "p~ higaThompson, Philadelphia;
6-Ns RMmtret%, Davion, Mobile.
rC" 1Eanelieie,Heathe, 14 days fm Apalachicola. In
diatrem Bouindto Boston, having sprung bowsprit,
S lost saiIt.*d did other damage, during a gale of wind.
Schrs Allure, Humphrey, from'. Boston; Margaret,
Rateliffe, New York;Penobscot, Thompson, do; (Br.)
Dolphirr, Van Horton, Bremen. -
SSAVANNAT, Nov 15-Ar: Brig Romulus, Eng-
lisb, Providence, F4. -... .
S' NEW, ORLEiANS, Nov 7-Ar steam ship Natch-
s" ez, Swiller, New York; ship John Hale, Crowell, do.
S.Cld-ships Orielt, Baker, Havre; Alabama, Berry,
NewYork; Areatus, Lincoln, Liverpool; brig Mary
Ann, Malta. .
A8t-An steam, packet Neptune, Pennoyer, New
..York,.," to" ... :*'.
A,2 ldi-Steam ship New York, Wright, Galyeston;
lhp L'Union, Demnandes, Berdeaux. ,
.. .--. .. I II IIi p

OTIOE.--A final dividendof- "75.100 dollars has
N ,-'ltbeett declared by the Trustees of the New York
SHigh Sechbo Society, on each share of the stock of
said Instituticoi, which will be paid by the Stockhol-
ders, only on the production of their certifi -.ates, by, the
subscriber, at his house in' Fourteenth street, before
10o' t9 k A. M.:o6n and after 2d day, (Monday,) the
second proximo. ROBERT V MURRAY,
a2 1 2*w Treasurer N. Y. High 'Scool Society.
G 'E W.. W LD0EN PELt, Auctioneer.
RTERO IERES.-Th. stqck of a wholesale Grocer,
consisting of the following, will be sold at auction
TOMORiOW, (Fridy) at before 11 o'clock, in
SfImat of the auclioa re of D. C.& W. PELL, 87
Wall street, for cash, viz
Teas, Sugarse Coffee, Spices, Soap, Salt, Allum,
Saemon Syu .Cocoa, Chocolate, Pimento, starch,
1, Cassia, Wxappig. Paper, Snuff, Demijohis, To-
S baeco. Rice, Salertu, Almonds, Port Wine, Malaga
S do, Jamaica umi Brandy, London Gin, Molasses,;
-Le'-er and C Paper, Shot, Segars, Saltpetre, Pipes,
"Gier, peper, Scales, Weights, Standing Casks, &c.
n21 It* '
fi ot the. Ascension of Jesus Christ to the Conversion.
*. ofConstwnnm bythelateRev. Ed. Burton, D.D., Re-
gius Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford.
S'Fijr An6efcaii Edition, with a Memoir of the Author,
Q'. Q o :Not". and QiWetionp adapting ,it to the
s~p[hols and C 4*ps-btW e Rt. Rev.Xy. W
/ '. g,".xpshop ofthe Diocese of New Jersey, and Prin
Fry'sHall. -
-Fori" by WILEY & PUTNAM,
"....1'8 "' ,, 161 Broadway.-
., RLORAP 'S DICTIONARY. By Mrs. E. W. Wirt,
:,1.: J. of Virginia, for leby
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R- F 11 TEAS-Imperial' Gunpowder, Hyson,
J.Young Hyson, Hyso Skin, Eulong, Pouchong,
S and Souchong, of the nest quality and latest importal
S tions, for sale by*
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i nil .''' :_ coiner of White st.
ORPORPATION BONDS for sale, of $250, $500
'1and $000 each,,by.:-
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EAIS OF THE PEOPLE,.Nos. 12 and 13.
,. ; "-Heiads of the People; NB. 12 and 13, contain-
g The Cabinet Minister; The Hangman; The Ex-

TACK NIW IP M ,J P.U'NiE lor IBoadWay, v received, this

Jac. Shepherd, by Ainsworth, in 2 vols., l'rgo.
I 184.-All Annuas published for 1840 amc
now received, viz 4-
Health's Pienaresque Annual, illustrative of Wind-
sor Castle, from drawingaby Harding, with a full lei*h
equestrian Portrait of Queen Victoria, silk, large 9o.
Heath's Book of Beauty, silk, large 8vo Heath's Gems
of Beauty, edited by Lady B esmington ; the plates of
this wtwk far surpu any s of th present volumes ; rty-
al 4teco.'dgud ui The Bello of a Season, by th -
Countess of Bi *1iiU; piubdly illustrated fribm.
Dramwin by A. E. Chalon. Under the superintendejce
of Dr. Mr Charles Heath. Forget-Me-Not---edited. by
Frederic Shoberl; illustrated with eleven beautiful
engravings; elegantly bouad in arabesque. Friebd-
ship's ('~g and Winter's Wuath-illustrated with
10 beautiful engravings, elegantly bound in arabesque.
A gift from the Fairy Land, with numerous engravings.
The Byron Gallery, h 6 engravings. Shalspeare,
di. Literary Boveulir a Obritsnas aad Neap Year'.
Present--edited by WI. 3 Btaton, E with 1
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,Q. Goodrich,a a cpline 10 steel weravings, bound
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niAne embellishoinKt.. hi epsake and Mis-
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with 9 fAe engravings. Religious Souveiir, edited by
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erma.'a.d contains 1& beautiful engravings, bound in
emb ed wwcco. The Violet, edited by Mis Lslie, I
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The Peeadi, l.trated with seven fine steel .ngravings.
The Ladies1 Cawinet Album, with 21 engravings. The
Lify with engravings. Together wilh a large as-
sortment of boo i for children, for sale at
n21 H. &K- RILAYNOR'S Bookxtwrp, 76 BQwery.
THE LADIES arevery respectfully notified that
TERS are prepared with especial reference to a nutm-
ber of delicate complaints, peculiar to the sex, that thde
are spread i a scientific manner, on the nmst beatai-
ful, soft and pliabl..lamb skin, and maybe worn by the
most delicate i4ae irall situations, with saltO, e.ae
,and comfort. -They are requested to ask the advice of
Their physician in relation to them, and are referred for
further information to any, or all the ladies of their ac-
quaintance. Prepared and sold at the Bowery Medi-
cine Store, 260 Bowery. nl2 at
N OTICE is hereby gitme that application will be
I made at t"neit sessioof.begisltreoffan
State, for an amendment of the elthartet of the State
Hospital of the city of New York :- .,- :1,
New York1 November 18, 183. n21 law6w* (A)

ILFY & PUTNAMj Importers, 161 Broad-
way, N. Y., nd 35 Paternoster low, London, have
recently received-
HalFs Introduction to the Literature of Europe, in 4
vole. ro. -
'Hallam's Constitutional History of England, in 3 vols.
Sismond'. Literature of the South of Europe, in 4
vols. .i .. *
Lord Byron's Life and Works, in 17 vols. l1mo. -
Lord Byron's Life, Letters, and Journals, complete in I
Sonse vol. royal 8vo, with notes. *.-
Sir Humphry Davy's Works, edited by his Brother,
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Mtchell'S Knightsof Aristophanes, with notes, 8vo.
Mitell's Clouds of Aristophanes, withnotes, 8vo, ,
Mitchell's Acharnenses of Aristophanes, with notes,
Priles' Agamemnon of Escbylus, 8vo. :
Matha's 3-Grek ,Grammar, new edition, thoroughly
revised, and greatly elarged f.*sa the loot edition of
the orminal, by John Kenrieh, M A;, in 2 vols. 8vo.
Bucke' beauties and Harmonies of Nature, in 3 #ols.
8 yo .' ...- t .
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Turner's History 'of England, 12 vols. 8vo.
Hughe' ontituation of Hunm and Smollett's History
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Coleridge's Literar Remains, 4 Tols. ivo.
Fellow's Journal of Asia minor, with maps andplates,
royal 8vo. :. ,
Mucie's Gleanings ofNatur, witli57 gropes of Air
mals ad Flowers, royal 8v#. ,' : '
Reid on he Law- f Storms, syl 8vo.-
Lane's Translation of the Anrabian Nights, vol. I., ,pic-
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The Noble Sciaence : a few Ideas on Fox Hunting,
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Eopdsley's Collection 9fOld Plates, 12 vols. 8vo.
I ant's Critic of Pure Reason, 8vo...
Milne's Poems/in 2 vols. post 8vo.-
Fra Cipolla and otherPoems, by Sir J nimer, Bart.,-
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Percy's Reliques of-Ancient Poetry, l3 vl. post 8vo.
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The We tmorland and Cumberland Dialects, post 8vo.
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.Howitt's Rural Li Ie of England, 2 vols. post 8vo.
Jardine's Magazine of Zoology ajad) Botany, in 2 vols.
Ramsay's Huttoi's MathematicI, -O0.
Southey's British poets, 8vo.
Parnell's Treatise on Roads, 8vo.
Landor's I-rginary Conversationsi, 3vo1i 8v.o.
Kame's Elements of Criticism, llth edition, 8vo.-
Buchanan's History of Scotland, 2 vols, 8vo.
RobinaWn Crusoe, with 32 plates by Stothard, in, 2
vols. Svo.
Kei ghtey's Mythology, in I vol. 8vo.
Clarke's-Travels in various Countries of Europe,
Asia, and Africa, in 11 vols. 8.vo., maps and plates.
St. John's Egypt and Mohammed Ali, 2 vols. Bvo.
Burton's CromweHllian Diary, 4 vols. 8vo.
Lord Bacon's Woiks, by Montague, in 17 vols. 8vo.
Do,.. d do., "'n 2vols. royal 8vo..
Cowper'sPrivate Correspondence, 2 vols. Svo.
Bure's Works, in 2 vols: royal 8vo.
Von R ow r's Elizabeth and Maryi pst 8vo. ,
-Tam*'s Faust, translated into English Rhyme, with
tho *nnuu Text on alternate piges, with nots, in
IvTOI-vO. ni21
S has pot removed, but continues at 130 Broadway-
and 22 Wall street. Notes of the Mtnufacturers'
Bank f Belville wanted until the- 28th November.
Bills of Exchange on England, Ireland and Scotland,
in sums five to one thousand pounds sterling, to any
amount, ;Ib sale as 4bove.

Li OHAIf.S0 &c. &c.-Thesubscribersveceive or-
ders for very description of railroad bars, spikes,
sicing ptVPs, chains for inclined planes, stay and
short lins of improved patent iron, Locomotive ern-
gi~nes, &c. &C.,at manufacturers' prices, &c. &c.
- A- distinguished Engineer resides in England, for
the purpose of inspecting all railway iron imported
throgli us. DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.,
'- .-,, ,. 19 and 21 Broad street, New York.
On hand and for sale.
500 tons 2j X Rails
1200 do. 2j X Ido
100 do' 1l X i do
2 .new Lgeomotives, with Tenders and Fix-
tures, complete
Rails-l15 and .18 feet each, with Spikes and
Splicing Plates complete
Order for all descriptions of Spikes executed at
once. n21
G RINNELL, MINTURIN &CO., 78 South st.,
S have for sale-
3000 bags prime green Rio Coffee
400 boxes B. H. Sugars; 60 boxes W. H. do
70 hhds. Matanzas Molasses; 20 tierces Sugar
house do .
1400 trails Lisbo Figs; 200 boxes do. Grapes -
2 casks and 12 brls. prime Nutmegs'
50 quarter casks tst proof *'eignette" Brandy
12hhds choice MadeiraWiee
600 bags Crude E I Saltpetre.
50 cases Crude Camphor; 2 do Bengal Indigo .
30 do Lac Dye; 50 casks Madders
15 boxes defined Borax
.10,000 gallons Olive Oil, inpipes, hhds, & qr, casks
S2 cases Essence Lemon; I case Rhubarb
1 bale Peruvian Bark '
10 pipes Oil, Foots, for soap making
50 ceroons Ipecac; 2 hhds Dyspeptic Mixture
70 do Canary Seed; 94 bales Baroary Wool
35 bales Portuguese Wool; 50 do Spanish do
1$ do fine Spanish Lambs Wool
C- t *T J- ?- A -1 .'1-:'* 'I

.PARK TH AY ; "ff .
HIS EVENING, Nov. 21, &Will be p foed
the Opera of DER FRE[SCHUTZ-Caspar. Mr
Giubilet Adqlph, Mnimvers, Linda, Mrs Martyn.; Rose,
Miss Poole. ."
To conclude i& the Opera of MA&AN1ELLO-
Masaniello, r Hoxrncastle, in whlchchaWurer he ill
siag Behold, how brightly, and My Sister Dear;'PTin-
cess, with songs, MNrs Bailey; Fenefla, gad Giubilei.
Doors open at 7 o'clock, performance enmmeandeat
7j o'clock. Boxes, 8I; Pit, 50 cts.; Gallery, 5 et.
-HIS EVENING. Nvembe21l,'will be presented
the Drama of NORMAN LESLIE-Norman L ie,
Mr Hambin; Frederick Morron, Blakely; Juhge How.
ard, Bellaiy; Count 'Clairmont, Howard; M-Wreland,
Hall; Madame Louise, Mrs Hield; Rosalie, Riring;
Flora Temple, Miss Mi'chelL
To conclude with the new Ballet called MARCO
BAMBA; or, The.Braging Serjeant-Griac, Mons,
Klishnig; Lorette, M'me Lecomte.
Doors open at 6j. Performanees doinmenee s 7
o'clock. Boxes, 75 eta.; Pit, 37j; Gallery 25.


1.-... rJ~~^w i MT ^ 1
SB 'OLK'A "D JO- J PS. RIN:T. tP /
a((OJef, 'ANejYark Aneriean.")
N No. 18 kiw $r ew, N.Y. -
All orders executed wittl neatness and punctual ty
on moderate terms.,
Chaery Bills and other Law Works cGpf* prj-
ed:. ". ,. "- .' ....
ed: -

The D WITT CL, this afternoon,at 1 -
o'clock.. -
The SWALLOW, tomorw ahterndon, at 5 o'clock.
NOTICE,-All goods freight, baggage, bank bills,
specie, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped,
or put on board the boats of this line must be at the
risk of the owilears ofuch goods, freight, baggage, &c

Sailingfrom New York on the 13h,' and from Li-
verpool on the 1st of every month.
rom New York.
Dec. 13-.Tha STEPHEN WHlTNEY,(new) Capt,
Wmin. C. Thompson.
.n. J13-.ha S-EFFIELD, Cvpt Francis P. Allen.
41fb. 13-The UNITED gTES, J.-G. Fisher.
Mar. 13-The VIRGINIA ispt. Lewis Higgins.
Feb. 1-rThe STEPHEN WHITNEY, 1000 tongs.
Mot. 1-The SHEFFIELD 600 tons.
April 1-The UNITED 'AYTES, 60't'n.
May t-The 1VIRGINIAN, 620 tan. '-
The qualities and accommodations of the ab"ve
.Ships, and the reUitation of their commanders, are well
known. Every exertion will be made to promote the
comfort of passengers and the interests of importers.
SThe price of passage'to Liverpool in the cabin, as in the
other lineq. is fixed at $140, with wines and stores of
every description. The owners will not be responsible
for any letter, parcel or package sent by the above ships
for which a billof lading in not taken. For freight or
passage; apply to
n21 ROBERT KERMIT, 74 South mt.
-Regular Packe! of the 1st Dec.-The
elegant packer ship CAMBRIDGE, Capt.
Ira' .urley, will-sWa an above, her regular day. For
freigt or passage, havyi superior accommodation,
apply to the Captain on board at the foot of Beek-
man street. or to .- '
GOODHUE- CO, 64 South st. or
SC H. MARSHALL. 38 Burling slip.
The packet ship OXIERD, CapL"lohn Rathbone,
will-,surceed the Cqamboge, and sail on the 10th
December. ,_ n20 .

(Late Zoological Institute, 37 Bowery.)
of the -Bowery Amp" theatre, 17 Bowery, mani-
mated by the patronage of the citizens generally and'
by the continued support.' of the first tamilies &Zing
the last winter season, respectfully announce that they
have, at great expense, and with unwearied exertion,
engaged a company ol unequalled talent in every de-
partment of the Arena, and pro .e re-qp"aie ,oa
THURSDAY, the 21st Nov. st.., with a newOind
Series of Skilful Displays in Gymnastics, elassibal
Acts on the single courser, and every style of exhibi-
tion, tending to illustrate the sagacity, temper and
training of a stud of beautiful Horses.
The Vaulters, Gyihniasts and Mimics, who will ap-
pear in the entr'acts, an of the first reputation in
their di&rent departments.
A series of Ballets willbe represented by children,
expre6aly educated foy that school of performance,
ailed by every advantage of dress and proper appurte-
nance. -,
This limited description will conclude tIUthe tnn-
iouncement of a grand series of Historical Scenes nd
Events,.employing the whole Equestrim Comnaty,
and including Dances, Combat,' Action of Pato-
mime, aided by Music Characteratic Costume, BaU-
ners'and Insignia of all nations, now preparing onu a
unex.mpledm scale of care and 'magnificence.
THIS .VENINIG, Nov. 21 the performances will
-J comm.eae with a splendid Eluestrian Cavalcade
'of Twelve Hdrses. -, '
Elegant Equit0tion, by Master J; Howe.-
ComieSg, Mr. T. B. Nathalm.
Corpuscular anoeuvres by the whole Cor anyt .
Mr. Rockwell will introduce the beautiful Indian
Pony Osceola. .
The Farmer's Boy, by Mr. Madden.
The Polish Brothem, by-Mr. S. B. Howes and Max-
ter J.Howes. ;
-Adventures of aMarket Day. .Di
_Mr.W. HowesI unequalled achievement on three
SDesrte Steeds, Terror, Hatred and Despair.
, .Slack Rope,by Maste Franklin. :
SA Characteristc Scene from the early history of
SNorth America;,
Comic Extiavaganza of Jimdlong Josey," by Mr.
John Smith. .-
STo conclude with as 0, Equestrian Scene,
entitled the Bedouins of the Desert,
Boxes, 50 -ents-Pit, 26 cents. Performances
commence preiselv at 7f o'olock.,


essprs to Dr i, ; itibBl, No. 3 Park Place,
,' .- .. .. N:i'W -- y~sr, iK. .

Reference: .
DANIEL HAwoo., D, Iot-i,,.
JOSHUA, TUCKEKi,'M. -w4n f -: Bl
T-OUIS SIMON- (late of the irm of Simoin &
L .Wat's) respectful itarms his friends the and pItb.
lie that he will eon e tte business of ouse Paint-.
ing, one doorabove t o stand, No. 48 Thoinppsbi,
corner of Broome street, where all order will be thank-
fully received andpromptly attened t n20 2w*
STOCK.-,Notee i ~hwrebygiven that the New
York and Erie Railroad Co0m1p will sell at public
auction, at the Merchonts' Exzhsgo, in the city ef
SNew York, on Friday the 6th day of December next,
at one o'clock, P. M., under the directioti of the Cmp-
trolleri One Hundred Th sanu d Dollars of New York
State Stock, bearing interest at the rate of four and a
half per cent. per annum, fom the first day of January,
1840, inclusively, payable quarterly, o the first days of
January, April, July and October; being stock issued
in pursuance of chapter 226 of the laws of said State
of the year 1838, and is reimbursable, at the pleasure
of the State."
The office of the Manhattan companyy in the city
of New York, is'designated as the plac for the regis-
try and,transfer of said stock, andwa:1 be the pfaoe for
payment of interest thereupon. '
The stock, will be sold in certificates-of- 1000 each,
and the buyers will be required to pay the amount of
their purchases respectiiby immediately after the
sale, when transfers willt' made accod0ingly.-New
York, November 12,; 9.By order," "
n12 d3w V E LORD, President.
WTANTED-From now untilthe 1st May next.-
V 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
N QOTICE.-At a meeting of the Trustees of the
New York Life Insurance and Trust Company,
-held Tuesday Novermber 5,1839, JAMES I. JONES,
Esq was unanimously nominated to fill a vacancy in
the Board of Trusatees. E. A. NICOLL,
New York, November 5,1839. Secretary.
n6 3wd
.(Office No. 107 William street, above Maiden Lane.)
T'HE proprietor of those works having added new
T-Jl. and improved machinery and buildings, is pre-
Dared to receive. v the nn m .or vinP. iR l.~.a1.

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S MR. CATH.WOOD respectfully informsthe
public thit the Magnicenmt Panorama of LMA, .the
capital of Peru, in South Anmerica, is now open for ex
hibition at the new Rotunda, corner of Prince ad
Mercer streets, Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
This Panoraa is one, of the most -eautifIl ever
painted, and conveys to the spectator a most ex4ct
idea of tropical scenery. It embraces the whole ex-
tet of.the city, with a view of tlirmand Catheral, all
the p rincipal Convents, Churches, and Hospitals ; the
Public Square, the Palace, or Goverament iHoase; the,
C emetry, the Mountain of: Sa $hri*_opha1, the.
Snowy -Range of tie Ades, l$,000 feet-high tlhe Port
of UaIlaothe Pacific Ocan, &c. & c.
Also exhibiting, the Panorama of THBESt, IN
.EGYPT, which pmeants the s-tupenduous Rtins of
the Temple of Karnak, with its colossal gateways and'
obelisks, the Statues of Memnon, the River Nile, the
Lybian Mountains, &c.
Hours of exhibition from 9 is the mornoming till dusk,
and frop 6 to 0 in the evening. Admittance, 25 cents
to each Panorama. o12
S now on view, at the STUYVESANT INSTI-
TUTE, Broadway, near Niblo's. The above splendid
painting, for which the artist refused ten thousiandguinj
eas in London, contains upwardsf one hundred figures,
and io22 feet long and 16l feet high. It has been pro.
bounced by some connoisseurs tobe the finest picture
in the world. Admittance 25 cents. Cetalogiues 121
cents. Season-tickets 1 dollar. Lighted at dusk.
o30 lmis*
Hotel, on Thursday evening, November 21, 1839;
Piano Forte-Mr. MAEDER.
Duett-From the Opera of Joan of Arc, O'er
Shepherd Pipe and Rustic Dell,"-Miss
Shirreff and Mr. Wilson, Balfe
Seena-Fromn La Sonnambula-Mr. Wilson, Bellini
Airs-' All is over.'-' See those looks so
fraught with sadness.' '
Air.-' Still so gently o'er me stealing'
Scena-From the Opera of Diadeste-Miss Shirreff
Recitative-' Softly down the brown of evening.' ;
Air---' Oh, Love, thy voice enchanting.'
Allegro-' Destiny smiling, kindly my prayer hear.'
Canta-The Soldier's Dream-"-'Our, bugles
sang truce,' Mr. Wilson, the poetry by Camp-
bell, Esq, Attwoo4
Song-' Away to the, mountain's brow,' Miss
.Shirrefft .,- A. Lee
Irish Melody-,-' The last rose of Yummer,,' hbar
monised for three voices--Miss Shin'effjr
Wilson,. and Mr. Maeder, Meder
Scotch Son- My ain fireside,' Mr. Wilson, '
Song-' Child of earth with the golden hair,'
Miss Shirreff, accompanied by herself on the
Piano Forte. C. E. Horn
Duett-' Here's a health to those far away,'-
Miss Shirreff and Mr. Wilson, Old Scotch Melody.
Song--(First time)-Mr. Wilsan, the music
composed expressly for him by Mr Maeder;
the words by T. Power, Esq.
Recitative-'Far in the West.'
Song-' The land far away.' :
Song-' Bid me discourse,' Miss Shirreff, Bishop
Barcarole-From the Opera of Marino Faliero, -
SOr che ie cielo,' Mr. Wllson, Donizetti
Scotch Song--' There grows a bonnie brier
bush,' Miss Shirreff.
Irish Melody-' LGve's Young Dream,' har-
monised for three voices, Miss Shirreff, Mr.
Wilson, and Mr. Maeder, 'Maeder
Romance-'The wounded Young light,' Mr,
SMaeder, C.E.Horn.
Scotch Song-'The Braes ab9ort Bonaw.'Mr.
Song-' My heart is sair for somebody,' Miss Shirreff
Scotch Ballad-' Sawye nmy wee thing,' Mr.Wilson.
Duett-From the Siege of Rochelle-' Well
if I must speak my mind,' Miss Shirreff and
Mr. Wilson, Balfe.
The piano forte from. the manufactory of Stodart,
Worcester & Dunham.
Tickets $1 each, to- be had at the Music Stores and
at the City Hotel. -
Performance to commence 'at 7i o'clock. n20 2t
I STELLA, pupil of Rossini, member of the Phil.
harmonical Academy of Bologne, and formerly Prima
Donna of the Royal Theatres Loscale, in Milan, and
San Carlo, in Naples, respectfully informs the public
that her FIRST ITALIAN CONCERT will take
place at the Apollo, on Friday Evening, November
22d, at 8 o'clock precisely, on which occasion
Mr. ETIENNE has kindly offrerd his services, and
will preside at the Piano Forte.
c;o DA qOT1r ,kr Ai.. U-..i Atral A -fV--


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keep. for anyf ligth oftime, and may be
used with perfect safety by persons in the
most feeble state of i health,; -as it contains'
no ingredients that can impair .the consti-
tution Udor any circumstances, It will
be fund greatly serviceable in COLDS,
COUGHSM and all diseases of the Lungs
and Bronchia, such as PHITHISIC, ASTH-

SBy the DYSPEPTIC, it hw. been used
with decided, advantage, and is serrida-
ble to persons laboring under debility of
any kind, if ied codig to the 'rec-
dtions. To the. CONSUITIVE, itba
invariabljoso.red almost inmediateire-'
lief, and -iiivera l instances has wroght-
a per'maei .cure. It is not however, ex-
ted .to efect a caute upon schl, as ae,
the last stages of the dise ; but even
to such it illbe found to give muoch r_-
ef, and -greatly prolong that rem t of
life whi'h has. become so nearly extin-
p biead by the dread destrer.. ....,.
This. Medicine has now been before the
public and. tsivel''y used fr sftetil
months past, and not a solita casefo di40
satiftfiotu bW okert e3 to th4.Pr?
nuietor* :
This cutew nec togser wef.t ale.
fact thatvit hais been sa~ierally reco-:
mended by Phsicians o thlirhihest re-
spectabili td whbm Ithe recipe Pas beet
freely made known, warrants tihe Proprie-
totr in the expression of the belief that it
will give the most perfect satiaction in
those peculiarly distesing aIs above
enmWerated. -
The proprietor is now Iceivng,
almost daily, testimonial$ of the high--
est respectability from Physicans,
Clergymen, and others, whohave
become acquainted with its nature
and effect-among which are the fol
I have eWtx ned a recipe .I. a impound
called the Balm of Life, in the hands of
Rev. Isaac Covert, and haye to-tate, that
I consider it safe and useful combination
of medicines, calculated to be very benefi-
cial in chronicm diseases of the lungs and
air passi.ges I AVERY J. SJ.rLTON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Troy, June 27, 1839.

I fully concur in the above recommenda-
tion. T. S. BAKRETT,
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. ,
3. W. DzANIES, Mw. D. I --S. a
W J. LoviFroy, M. D. j .ama.
E. LAWRENCE, M. D. Baldwinsvule.
The nature of the composition of the

"I nl6 9tis

I Packet of Il c.-The new and splenid
Sl. packet ship STEPHEN WHITNEY, (of
1000 tons burthen,) Wt-. Thompson, mater, will
sail p above, her regular day. -The cabins of this ship
are arranged On a new plan, affording an unusual lde-
gree of comfort and ac;ommodatwou For freight or
passage, apply on boandor to -
ROBERT KERMIf 74 Sonth st.
The packet ship SHEFFIELD, Atlen, master, will
succeed the Stephen Whitney, and sail 13th of Jan-
Uary. -* -^ .;. n20
-t F NEW ORLEANS-Louisiana
-/fB Ian New York Line-The Regular Packet
i."fotr Monday, 2d December.-The fast sailing
packet ship HUNTSVILLE, Captain John Eldridge,
will sail s. above. Fr freigt or passage, having
handsome furnished ac %a` a tiqns,. apply on board,
at Orleans wharf, fQt >FtWaHl tree, ar to
n19 K. COIjNSE & CO. 56South. st.
L salon the Ist Deceaber-The packet ship
O.a NTARIO, W.K. Bradish, nMster, will sail
as above, her regular day. For freight or passage. ap-
ply to the- captainii on board, at the foot of Maiden lane,
n9 134 Front stroc-1
FGR. LI*RRPOOL..-(New Line,J-
l Packetiof 2th Nov.-The elegant packet
ship ROSC1US, Captain John collins,
.of 110tos nburthen, will sail as abov. For freight
or passage, having, aeemnmodatiams taiquWald. fr
spleldr_ and comfort, apply oa boarif at Orleans
wharf, footof W.ll st, -, .to : .<.
EK. COLLINS &COO., 56 South at.
The packet shi SIPDONS, CaptiM N. Pal-
mer, will succeed the Roscius, and sail 25tkh Dc"c.
No alteration will 'b maie in the PRice of paage
or FAR blhis line. "Numberot passengheralfite r
lA. I. fast sailing bark DANiEL WE-
a STER, Munson, master,of264 tons burthev,
now lying at the foot of Dover street, an in perfect or.'
der for a voyage.- .
Apply to r ORI1"J4JL,_MNTUR3N & CO.
nO "- 78 South street.
T 'HB To' sail on the th De,-.TM paket BtAldp
&iS NDEPENDENCE, a Nye, master,
will sai as above, her regular da. y.
For freight qr passage, having splendid and une.
qualled accommodations, apply to
n9 GRINNELL. MiNWTU N &Ot CO., 13 Frot st.
". C ~FOR FREI99 4' OR The Swedis._barque EST "E 315 !tqs
burthen, coperl nd copper fastened, a
new vessel, and we outind in every ispeqt, Apply
n21 21 Broad At.

37 -a FWis JA 4ZA0 T4? 1* j.PERj
at No,1I75 Broadway, fot PIvPir.s :F ALL
'A0".',i D Anmd Eveoia. ,

FoR Sp"P iXiH. acqturig, with ewtffeiy .ai "A 4
in 12 Lessoa,a .eautifuTree, a"d handsome Runnin'
hani, Coim.erojal.or E Et"lar. epeditious for the
Counting Ho u9.,-l--e1egas aSdalicaie for the L&iDiiL
..Academy ?o. 1756 roadway, N.Y.
M$i. BjiSTOW ha the honor of.amnouimng to the
Ladies and Gent4je-n of New Yprk and-Brooklyn,
that he has RuT' DiU to th, city, from a very flatter-
ing and msncesgfu visit at Boston, and has RR-oPENED
his old 'tabliahed Institution for Writing, No. 17
Broadway, for the R.CEPTION OF PUPILS or. AL.
Ao Es, and of every capacity, Day and Ere|Ung.
Tms CELRBRATED, unrivalled, and niversally'app
proved System of Writing is AGAIj offered to th
notice of the Ladies, he Merchant, t Young Man of -
Business, or Cler4the'Attor ,e y 0 tile .Ac t the
Student, fthe Gentleman of FM i a mad Fotmune, and
the.pIblic i general of New York,.. -It is expressly
adaptedtoafl ff Mercantile puiroes dT Life ud Bu-
sineas it this -emmercial City; for Letters, Bills of
Exchange, Invoices, Sales, Orders, Notes, Receipts,
Aot Olt, the Journal Entry, and the Ledager, and i
_osi.ITEL'i red -y ragy ., g i -te ages of -
T F E .t o S I X T Y -. ,
No matter how Bad, Inditfeat, Ille.iee, Deformed,
Crped, or Coftmd, the Pupil's writua may be.
THE LADIES meet daily at 11 and 12 o'clock
these Hours are devoted entirely to Ladies,--they arq
taught in 12 Lessons a truly neat, graceful delicate
anoefl.nt style of Writing, t1w only fakise one
ofth'h ,:3
`T'HE- ENTLkXRN are taght a Bo&dj free, and
expeditious Running-hand-Unsurpassed for th
.CGounting Room! and highly effmciet irAll Meimantile
Ptrsnit s. ..-.. :j ;",. .... : ^ :".- "
1The Steel and Comion Pen r QioI I, arm both
use,4 at Mr B's Academy. : ,;
-L' Persons who know not how to writer afl or have
mwer utoten, ate taught to write an eeg nt hand in
Eighteen Lea?"ns !.a ...
-* Merchants and Strangers visiting New York
can complete a course of Lessons in i or 3 days'.. i
: N. B.-nrMr Bviasow is to be seen from 9 A. M., to 4
orfroaM 3t~ P.M ,.. .. "
I1? IMPROVEMENT being guaranteed, Additionql
Lessons will. be given, (above the Twelve 4 free Mf.
extra charge, if found necessary, by Mr B--n,-rder to
givefnHlsatisfactiontower"y-Pupit/ l. *. sl9
Vocalist, respectfully informs her friends and families
in New York, that she conetrier to give Lessons ir
SSini.ng, and ispretpared toiuerease the-number of her
npupis, Young ladies taught ia classes er eparately,
aqida their own residence, if preferred. For termS,
4c., apply ror address Mrs. B., 84 Walker street, or at
Mr. MVlett'a Music Saloon, 329 Broadway.
nl8 Imis .. "
M R. ACHILLE GARIDELLI, Professor of the
Flute, Pupil of the celebrated TULON,has the honor
to inform his friends and the public in general, that 4t
the request of many individuals,he wiU give lesso*b
on the Flute, in Singing, andin the acco o wpiment of
the Piano, after the manner mast recently promised 4t
Milain Italy. .
He will receive applications at his W re nc, N*.
113 Leonard street,at from 8to 10 o'lock, A. M., ant
"ftgonoonto 3 o'clock, P. M. '9 Imis .
S d.- ,. Cedar st., near Broaday. '
i C. MARSH, Accountant, informs the public
that his Rooms continue open everyeveing, from 7 to
9,o'clock, for the purpose of giving instructin In the
Theory and Practice of Book-keeping. The course
averages about 20 lessons, which may be taken in suc-
cessive evenings, or at Ithe co'ivenience of the pupil,
as the instruction is i&divid'al d nd not ii classes
Instruction is'also given d .ring the day, from 9 to 2,
.an 4 to6. :
Ptospectuses, with'terms, and a full account of the
method may be had at the Rooms. s31
M..R. FRANCIS GR&ETER, for nanq yeam past
engaged as a public and private Instritor' ( 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 mnt6 the
higher branchess of hisnatire Literature.
., He is .likewise prepared to translate Legal Docu-
ment Conmmercial, and other writing, from the Ger,
.4n1 "1 from their modem languasi, into the Eng-
*~is ... ., .. ; '. ..... -.
Applications may be made though the Post Office,
or at his residence, Np, 479 Pea street.

WEDNESDAY, Nov,. 27. .-
At 12 o'clock, at the King's County Hotel, ceoaer ;
of South 7th aud*'iastutreets, in the. vflHiage of Wil.
liamsbnrg, L, I. :' .-: ". -.
,1. ChanMery SaIithfder the diuctibh of Daniel
SUllman, Esq., mAma A i-amea ry:-.... '
A piece of land, lying in the vill1k. of Williams.
burg, and bonded by South 7th stre t;'Fourth street,
South 6st.&c.
Frpartieblari.see advertisement in tke.WiLir .
burg Oazette, signed Daniel Uliman, Eat., maatei in.
chancery. .. ".'.
S:MONDAY, Dec. 2d.
At 12 o'clock, 'at their Sales' Rrom, No. 17 Broad st.
Chancery Sale-Under the direction ,of Daniel UI
man, Esq.. master in chancery, |
SAt-that lot of ground situate, iying and being in the
Seventh Ward of the city of New York, on the north-
eily side 6T Monroe. ireet, -aud known and described
oB a map of.the estate of thelate HendricLh Rutgers,
deceased, dated Nov. ttth, ii83, and known as lot
number 547. ; ...
For further particular?, &c.-&c. see advmtimeient
in full in, t0a paper, dated October 26, signed by
Daniel Ullman, Esq., mastexr.J chancery.
;.-" : ... FOR '
to be a remedy superior to any: other no w in se for
the diseases peculiar to the FEMALE CONSTIT1U-
It is extensively used ad reoamened by P Tyi-
cianM of the highest respectability, whose ce ate r
may be seen by application to any of the Ageat for
pamphlels, which also contain a A tmw
dicine, and which will be furnishted
Pittsford, Moboe ., N. Y.
For sale in th ity at the AoI wing placm -..
Fulton, cor. Goldsa, 100 Fulton, cr, orfWiluiast ;
644 and 771 Broadway; 108 Sixth Avenue; 208 Green-
wich ast; 114 Canal, cqr. of Laurease st; 596M Grand,
cor. Lewis street; 227 Hudaon, cor. Spring st.; 104
Cherry st., and 643 Broadway. n'J6 dw

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--: WA, t Uic''& ui
At 6j o'clock, at the au( oi.
general ssoretiea of Miscellatibd B -."ud'
also, a consig'ment of t'.8-4,
Stationary, dgc fromth yes i bp6kkel^
a valuable eollect'on of staua .i f.d.to
Library-Among them are Smi.i 8 wiohs,
Gutheries Geogrzay2v*; B o
Spain, 4 vols; S.. J n; cott's
Works, 7 vols 1 aia; Laudon's
Works; t is'o; Encyenoped i 11e urn Know-
ledgfe--Spreheaive Cofte *- sk; Lockhart's
Le tShaksppff'siyclo dia of
History, Scott's Napole'.O..' t, *ickwiek
Plub, Oeman' -Pootical Wor; -..: -

.ih-4- ..,j .. to .

1 ju .! jjijlrfikngs, jw&j^JC'R ufj^^' is M i ; -" i
SGe0:' 10 Violet; 4 6l1qu
MiR; 1lPearL,&c. Twittt.-"a..

AT P A a 490dsa WebiW&'s
Old Spellings, an ea01elxtt
All* Mtais dhbi lh.

i*erp L. M. ;4W M,4N. .Ak ..n ,
S. M S, An Bongp .

SY L. Ed i_,-i:."
Ly ^CpUW iMM Wp.ntVW lB o

Fur~iture. S ..-qs ..' ""

Sngar--SO skdu l .so ,, r :7 ",,
bran, now l a nd i .*-i^
sia n .. e O

Coper M. gOCtMANU% ancti

TW. R. H & oia -.e mi I Onts, in d
rFfate A.to e ..te-oI4 ,LD F R.

NIT URIS dar -elf Mmm &
'S' S.rd~ o^ .. .'- .. ; "
At R. o Co. ha op in a of he 90tr the
Sugar-50 Usa-RiA co~gt, .o.
Whiskey-p30d Bof tJ^f

At it ~eloeit, t Slit~e .- ; .'T, 8I0od st.
Cbraned, now kadei- t te o d-, Co.
Cotpper, BMin ^ V waSiptB,

wfiie,,. makte in et ,a-e, o er,

A-fl that certain lot of land situatE ia beit ofNew
.said city,) beii4 pert e1-.the; wai. ,.Iasob ,A.'de.n,
aeCEeasd, whic .'s.',. .. k,.wi b .a* ii*dshed

er, Juxror, ome ofthe-swo~ri eu'vfuai d city, by
lot number 57, awd ja bounded asi fite wit: south!
e~iii-frbnt by- u~ttn.'Atreet,- aster-y by lot number
Son ea 0ide 0fte aMM .-nmoents, in adld h

said lot. was fomeky solod y.4.Jonqs an.Cor-
re hi e, to .attaWru -ofHOUfmOLD pRof.
rNITMfi Qa -oof Ivoaa" QWW, &a. .

and to tfrm & gtdo E 1.rt a G duiss, toge- u.

ther wth the appuaces. ..
Situate In the 1, o & ,. 2 i avei ew York, and

arniel Ewe~n, GiWy .*or, Aii 5th, 1 8S5 and
-nowo .SP ae ooe T 'ia the

city and cormt.. t.Nei iYor number 6 ; 4, 65, "
_%'*$tORW IV #j~

6At, 19.68 U. l4.htt tv l n. ajtogeradt.

bounded a follhow.w: euutl~er~y.,8*... street, naorth-
wCardly b(y tSat.teetwe.s.iy dumber 1 and
wieE on s a tai ean c .twar t. 7th avenue;

l oits .nwn. L 62 and .71 con tai; in ".e h "1(12 feet
Snthat certain lotofle, andi width, 4nt nd rear,
York,(formeft -at Greenwt fh -OAWIfatird of
.said chty,) be na ~ t r -h %st l ^ ^ A i a

eeadch 25 eet, anid the irfld=wii e'c a liansdred
S mapfee madethebrean .otltwetijyj five ti Bandk-

half inches, front and rear ;arid 4-d, athe right, ti-.
sl.d avenue, infrmmjid lots .
er, an, sitortone of ie the Se rWarT of t said city, by
of New York 57, kand is bouownnd: afo wit saputhof
erly uiz frbat by- Dutn Sntreet4 (axtefly by -lot ninnberl

,at part ofly in the rea bIar t o' aiNe..r 39-.tcoeat.
da breaded the ant elevt.h, mt i n fe tP warth

of sai cty, as nuiaber 283, whicha.41 'm.ap i ld iin
thon effce a of the.9oe-fhe iy r- y New
said lot was fonreft sofd bye 1$1344,4, Tor-

he First Aveue I j_ A, eeTi.
nelia his wife, to Aa1frronurr an&aVWMi'fonnerfy padt of

teenthe f arm belond;gigtMn g tr-i-tii d .e'ed, toge-
Te their w i iheaurtenan. s.
At at o'cocP p.. at thesale n rae, all tho streetain
teChancery Saow -'U thie dings rtei'erect edin l

.man Eeiq. zraster i .ch~ncy,. ,.
.. "rT"rusteee of ,th Congregation Sheareth Israel
Svs. Daniel Coley an ,'therm-._. That c i-tain lot,, piece
tor puaeriel ofroun, situate, tying and being inthe Se-
tuth Ward te oftlitP Ne. York.4f New Yorkn and
diknown aao nimbsh erd oaeda m .on aIerty on Towadey
Dy amuniel iEwell, iy o .A"by ot Nohi40 on
nte westerly side of eofee up. now Mrkat slip, and
2 n^i^i.01-^ ^. 65he.-A
66, 67,.68, 69.0. -1010 7ix ti-ogt are

is bounded in frontllo, a:i s.ip d i reet, by irth-No.
wardly bon tie .Srt, rlywsie y lot numOber s, ad ond
72 on s94d BMP, and eastwirf* thW 7h avenue ;

the south erly 6 anide y ot number 41, wiph 2said ot is
24 niches on each side, and in with, front and'rear,

i ea ch and rear 25 feet, andd e length on dred
feet in depte, and i with all a i a singular the
half inches, f nt a- d r-ea .; 'and ,-- ".a.th. right, ti-
tle, and interest of, in ond to the said street, and to the
said avenue ia from iaid, 1ots. .
Also, 0i the same time Qe pumec*9 aftbt certain lo
of-A elanstvate ;_ the; SevPAeet -~r 6fhci

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

PO"OeN -A WATCH SEAL, in. the neighbor'
;-A. hoed pf the City Hall. The owner, can have the
'"*nn bycalingati-. H. &S.RAYNOR'S
n20 Wtis .Bookstore, 76 Bowery.
r' ~COMPANY., ":.--- -
.L HE stockholders of Boston and New York Coal
Company, are hereby notified, that by a resolve of-the
Director, an assessment of three dollars on each share
of the capital stock is. laid,. payable- on or before ,
Tuesday, the 26th day of November next, at the office
of the Company, No. 4 Wall street, in the City of New
York. .'By order of the Directors, -
THOS. W. STORROW, Secretary.
ois&o31&n7,14,21&26 .
Annual election of Directors of this Company wil
be held at their office, No. 54"Wal, streeton '1 hursday,
December 5th 1839, oommencing.t 12 and closing :at
2 o'clock, P. M M:-.,, .n43w
A MAN and his wife can be accommodated-with
'.Board on reasonable terms, with oi-without for-
nished room. Inquire at 39 Thompson at, -, ,;nld
IR EMOV4-The omflce of the Old Line Liverpool
IL Pckets is# removed from 64 South street to the-
new granite buildings in Btlrling slip, one door from
Soith' street. "
o06 Im -.0-H. MARSHALL.
November 1st, 1839. 1
THE President and Directors have this day decla-
red a dividend of four .per cent. .on the capital
stock, which will be paid to thle -stockholders or their
legal representatives after the 10th inst. The trans-
fer books will be closed to the 10th.
nl lm is R, WITHERS, Cashier.
BOARD.-A Family, or a few single Gentlemen,
.J can be accommodated with Board and fine Roops,
at No. 10 Carroll Place, Bleeckerstreet. n19 1wis*
S UATION WANTED-By a respectable wo-
&,'man, as Nurse and Sempstress. Good references
given. Apply at 461 Greenwich st:, up stairs.
.n193t* .... -- .
A LADY nho is accustomed to teach, and compe-
tent tob'inp'art a thorough education, wishes to ob-
'tain a situation as governess ; has no objectionto leave
the city, respectable protection being of'the first im-
portance The most unexceptionable references given.
Address L. U. upper post office, n19 eod3t*
No. 44 Wall street, New York. -
INSURA.NCE.-The Mutul& Safety Insuramnce Comn-
pany,euiarter lbfy the Legislature of this State, sub-
mit the following statement in relation .to the Institu
tion ami its advantages.
The premiums charged, terms of credit, eondliuious
of insurance and general mode of transacting business,
are precisely siilr to those of the most approved of--
fioesw this city.
The net profits of the company, (consisting of the


Jos. 0. CogsweU, Es., Ne
Jr., do.
. Mrs. inglis, NewBrighton.

L P. EL VOLZ; No 34 Beaver NJ
ol ofer for Bale- "
pipes Holland Gim, of the Black Horse brand,
hal fpipea Bordeaux Brandy, J J Eupny,
f0 casks Bordeaux Claret,
cases Claret,
0 camst KrchnWaser,
10 cases "Mareskino,
25t baskets jnperfine Bordeaux Oil,
S400 baskets superfine Marseilles Oil,
25 bales Marseilles Almonds,
100 ba0 lava Co ffee,
20 barrels Nutmegs.'
Also,-25 asks Dutch Madder,
3 casks 'Cream of Tartar,
4 casks Verdigris,
15 barrels Pans Green,
4 cateasTartanic Acid.
50.bl.bq EqBancaTin.
Also,-2 cases Calfskins. .
Il-Sr/NEP,*q.I04 nxQ5e Madeira of vantrfs brands
Vy an4 TiLges, fiom 7 to 00 years old.
,,100 doz. Brown Sheny. do do do do
100 do PAle dS do' do do do
100 do Port, of superior quality.
0,00. cases Claret includingihateau Margaux, Polmer
Margaux, La Fitte, St. J4ien, La Tour, &c. &c.
100 cases Sauternq, Lynch's, Barsac, &tc.
100 do VindeGraves ,
100, do Bu dy,CRoianee,Conti, Chambertin, &Pe
100 do Hermitase, red and white.
100 do Cotd.Rotie, and other French Wines. .
500 do Champagne,' Clicqnot and6ther favorite
brands '
S100 do Rhenish Ha ckheimer, Johannesberger, Ru
desheimer Masc9brunner, Liebfraumilch,
&' "c..Moseflt. '
100 do Canary, Odstaatia, Muscat, Cyprus, Sweet
and Dry sislon. Malaga, St. lhnena, &c.'
Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Dypuy & Co,
and Seixnette; old Mountain Dew and Iri[rn Whiskey;
SPeach aitd White &. ady;' 'East Iiidia Arrack; -Shrub
Metheglia; Old Jamaica Rum; 04d Ot, and A com,
ete ihsortment of Cordials and Liquors, say Mar
tu iyue, Cote St. Andre, Curacoa, Marasho, Ro
solio, '
The most of the above4viJle on draft as well as
aettloby DUNKER & GO.. 13 Maiden lane. ml
T IRO ME ICHANT.-- ie'sabscribers have receive
ed per late arrivals an elegant assortment of French
and British Dry Goods, suitable for the best retail
sales, nas' ":" ."
Cases new styl'figored FPoult de Soie,
D[o extra beafry plain and glace Reps,
o plain and -fgured Sairn, for dresses,
Do fine andspdbrfine French Merino Cloths,
lDo 0ow stler.Moatsaoliae de Laines, all wool,
1: ) p very elegant satin striped. Chaly, oonfine.
0 *lsteadd unrswtmant of. Byche Thybet
aFaw ~n new aa :& haudroiBa patterns and
Do Paris eaibraieredPelerfles, Coes, CollaUr
OCaffs, .esses, &o. &c. .
Do Ladies' and gdemen's best Pais mad;
o rsekia GLTOe, made to order,
1Do new'style French printed Calico, confined
a6 carIatrl, bff amd made colored twilled Cot-"
tons, for curtain a"d draperies,
D VD .ati .sacy. Artick, in great variety,!
U:, 4-41 ~j Lineas, lawas, Sheetings, Diapers
Darmi&ks, Napkins,&c of superior qVality
ad finish
0 aglish Sikt Cotton, Cashmere and Mermno
iiotfoetl~aies oamd UmsAes. ,
The above oode have bean selected by one of the
partnereln Europe, and will be sold by the package or
pLace. p a nall prfi6t, for cash, or approved credit, at
5Jse4 d A. T. STEWART & 00.
' i 'CIfANTS.--The subscribers offer sale, in lots to
st purchar'and. on favorable terms, a large ag
'ortment of 'Wieb, vie:
Madeira, in bMtts, pipes, hhds, qr. casks and barrels _
Do in eases oa one dooen each, part. very old
and choice
Sherrv,pac, brown andogld, in various packages ,
r do do I, t do in glass
nM, Ili pipes, hh.ds&.ad qr. casks
)o ifn case ofre dozen, bottl1W at Oporto
1'Lu.car Wl.e, Tenuiffe a td Canarv .
Mam Ies Mta sweet sad drr si.a
MIuscat, in qrj. : ss, Aireja ak' .xes .
Pica MdEra Stc I d, e Gkapve
Santeras, Freoth Port, red 4nd white liermitage i
White a-d ra d Usbon, Bucellas do
'MaraschiD6 slomeant Anisette and Corditl
SSparkling ChanpaiP, of various brandA, qmart
110i n'edo 1

BtasdiRau,XpnQ pzOi dles el
S: P fi Mtrdin whoaraeli p ad qr boxes
CO., 20 Brod steet..
tdOr ft i potlr pl reiye attention, auc
f Id.riedto f~r taUia Stat. feel
4T,.. iUX'POWDfiM.-Superior Spokt
DiiWirV at bw.qds. fhc rslo aby thei nubwcrib
& .-AI, Je (&aurwder, in ceaauften s WSport
u t Dimrip Ea& wder is warranted cleaner
d.ar.~uirtMerg an my ohewr Sta g Po wder
sfe *Th.e :dieret rinds of Eal4e
Powde .i a- -ofO t aamae.l r ty. being safwce
-U. tt.dfby t samew pcr e ns d Mf otoi S qof e
p.,. i thirdiffer *yian *aksf otfe arain.
Superfine Sporting Powder is made .f ut ssea
the largest graiti adiSMad .4*'ta red label, witl
.; ': Also, ~ j9tUowrinD-' bUrarrantd of the fits
Aoalstyo t OfdijKgwO ig '. .._ ,
ti' 1 9~, d;md f rough
". ,F'rP- ^

Tl elamtd ks are eutlediSO vYb feer,
..fgof flaIIa svAtcryae for Lb.Uaited &tate
av ua '.y1.a dImi fair btins rooLks, on
eiunt of their W ry f eat otmenth.
V : R 1'S CO. 90 Paie street.
< B'No PoydunI ftaMwsatd genuine, but such as
ik Mtf md,% l'r ageU5, orthose who are know
: to be &ppLu D DNSMOURS & CO.
.I ..h.. e.W nira D..:. : b-
*-. *SBBKONT ' -' bwi. "i'tt s r, aI .. thiem iil^Hdie 9* fmop r bdurtct, reetfeo
the Wines of the eat of De Brimant," ad which
t'" "W, ^ have AeLeit effelitt 0. t9 e public as
.' ?'Sa -- -fr.ity<&, J" .?^T -- al quail-
tierwhich-charartteftB-tiiB ~ftltUade of-'Cbam-
S Arom the o oridand gat exteu of tahe
S "Z t e aity and ye-
Mb'es o ,' b bottle neatly
!.e. 6Vl o b, wi the
j^ t ONTr AUUfA*kUW G. -b-itb aTbC
the. *inteey r e o .w *.b .bwad-
WOObefrata Wtineo C.paklg 8fl1elvsquqtbot.a.
-.do !& j.t '- do. ....do a, $ 49.
1ith eases Oefiite Po D ea i'
ha tK, u zia4ffWekar 5 to the toade on r
r I t BIng lthe C.s,ra

*paa|t bottOl broin

?b -rn CO', o lf utA* .

The propretqrs of th several Lines of Packets be.
tween New York andm Liverpool, have arranged for
their sailing from eac"iport on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th,
and 25th of every month; the ships to succeed each
other in the following order, vi:

a r 0. .

j '-z4' Z2 C
t -- ,w. t .'

t- O Co-9I "" ,.'D
,. C .. '
W 4 W W -4 0 1 to W q Cn

These ships are all of the first class, and. ably coml
iftaAdedj*ih elegant accommodations forpassengersi
The price ef passage from New York 'to Livrpl, i
fixed at$140," aiid fiom Liverpool to New York at 35
guineas, incling wines, stores and bedding. Neither
the captain or owners will be respo sib for, eylet
ters, paceUs or packages, unless regularbills f ladin4
are signed therefbr. S-"
TheAgse ships are all hips Oxford, North class, andca, Eu
rope,dColumbus, South America, Eomglodtions Orpheu
and Cambrice f passage from New Yorkto ivpool, i

C.. H. MARSHALL, 04 S s N "
BAfixe ING BROTHERS'& Co Lito N ew Yr t 35
Agthents for wnerps Westchester, Virginian, forey let
and United States.
ROBERT KERMIT, 75. South st., N. Y.
T. & I. SANDS &,CO: Liverpool.
Agents for ship s OxfSpeare, Independ Aenc, RoEu
and Cambridge, W h '

CJ. MAR-SHALL, .- 134 Fro t N *NY.

Agents for the ships Roseius, Siddorginians, Sheridael
and Uited rri ttes, i
E. K, COLLINS & CO., 56 South st., N. Y.
WM. & JAS. SROWN & CO. Liverpool. |

To sail from New-York on the 25th, amid Liverpool
onAgthentfor h of each month, independence, Roco
134 NFrwt Ftr N. YY.or

LDES PGARRICK, Capt. A. S. Palmer, 25th Otol.
Newts for the shipsship ROSCIUS, Capt. John Collins, 25th Nda,
Ship SID CDONS, Cpt.N. B. Palmer, 25th Dec. Y;

Ship SHERIDAN, Aug..F. Depeyster, 25th:Jan,
M JAS. BrOWN CO. iverpooiverpo
ont th SIDDONSf each month Oct.
Sp HERIDA. 13Fro th Nov. -
Slhip GARRICK, 13th Dec.to
New ship ROSCIUS, 13th Jan Collins, 25th
These ships are all of the first class, upwards Of
000 tons, built in the city of New-York, with, such
improvements as combine great speed with unusual
comfortt for passengers. Every care has been taken
in the arrangement of their accommodations. The,
price of passage hence is $140, for which ample stores,
including wine, &c., will be provided. Thesei ships
wil-be commanded by experienced masters, who w 11
make every, exertion to give general satisfaction.-
Neither the captains or owners of these ships will e. -
accountable forFanyletters, parcels or packages sent,
by them, unless iegular- bills of lading are signed
herfor. For reit or passage, applyto ,
'E. K. COLLINS & Co. South st. NeW York, or oo:
WM. & 'ASA. BROWN & CO., LiUvpol-.
Letters by the packets will be charged 124 cents ,e..
single sheet, 50 cents, per ounce, and newspapers "
cent eeh -jv31

S-uisiena and New-York Line f Pakets.
(To sail every other Monday.)
.- -S MISSISSIPPI,: Capt. C. Hilliard, Oct. 21.
t LOUISVILLE, Capt. Allen, Nov.. 4th. ,
i' SHAKSPEARE,Capt.A.-Britto Nopv: 18f
-,"r- :HUNTrSYVLLE, Capt. J. Eldridge, Dec 3i
) '".-. SARATOGA, Cdpt. W. Hathaway, Dec. 1601
'- YA.OO, Capt. Trask, Dec. 30th.
d The above ships ate all of the first class, coppered
'and copper fastened, of, at light draft of water, an
t built in thiscity expressly. for the trade, with elegai
S acqqmodatons fo passengers, rand commanded :
t abte and experienced masters. The price of, passa
r. from New-York to New-Orleans is fixed at $80, an
., fromNewOrleanstoNew York at $90,withButliqnora
e They will at all times be towed up "and down tieMfls
.uais.i~ by -elwoat and the .triest puictualit:
observe in their tiime of stuiling. Neither the,owncr
or captjns of these ships will be responsible ftf jewel
SSry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware
a et for any letters, parcel or package sent by or :pt o0
Sbard'of then, unless regular bills of lading are take]
for the same, id the value therein expressed.' Al
o0dirsent to the subscriber, will be forwarded free f
atwwnm For freight or passage, apply to
S.-j. ,L K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South street
.No oods seived after the Saturday eveairigple
vio to theday, of sailing. .

To sail from New York and Liverpqol'in the f l
' lowing order :-
S: New York., IiWrpodl.
Ship PATRICK HENRY; .v ... 5
(new)i000otonsJ. C.Dclano, J Anpr.
Ship INDEPENDENCE, AuD 7 a. Sept. -L
E.N.e. Dec. e t. Jan. 2
.800 tona, Ezra N1y; April 7 May St
SShIp RROSCE, 700 tons, ISept. 7 Oct,
J 7 Feb.- ig
-Henr Huttleson 7n 7. J~,. ne 2W
Ship G. WASHINGON, ;o P N Nos.
75045(oton.t A, Burrows, June l .; 33u* 25
These ships are all of the first class, and ably com-
imaded, wiaqlegapt accommodations for passengers.
Thb price of sa e.froin New y.,to Liverpool ;is
9140;, isaluding wines, stores and bedding, and 120
without wines. i .
Neither the captain nor owners will be repponsialle
for any letters, parcels, or packages, unless regular
bills of lading are signed therefore : Apply to
a25=GRINNEA1 MINTURN & CO. 134-Frout st

Toai m Nevork on thbe t, IthG and 24th,
arMlfroHJIavre 1st, 8th, and 16th of e0vy inthqnl..
From New York. From Havfe
Q. 1 16'P -: Dec. '1
fib. 8 > Ship L.'PHTLIPPE, J. Castoff, < Mar. 16
"'M a'. .-'. .: ^ -', .. (July ,8
SOct. 24 J (Dec. 8
Feb. 16 Ship IOWA, (new) W. Pen, April 11
J ane 8 : "RND '.L s r y A
N,;-:9 Sh1iip BURGUNDY',D. Lines.. ri'8

and H akbokea-,. TthkEWARK will leave Camn l
street at the comirieiaement of eachli hour and kalf
hour, aad Ioboken'efery bitermediate quarter, du ning
.the-day: '. .'
The FAIRY QUEEN, wMl leave Christopher street
'at the 'tonat encement of each hour a-nd half hour, and
Horokepe avery inteinediate quarter during the6 diy.
' A boat rni4 fiomn Barclay street until 1.9 o'clock, P.
M "


SOn" nd after the Ist day of November, the Cgrs will
-rim" follows: :,'., .
From the City .Hall, Walker street and. Harlem,
from 1dcdocfkA:. M: every hour letil 8 o'clock P. M.
-From City.- 1ll nx-d 15th street every five minutes,
ffrmn 7:6'clok A. M until b'clock- P.M.
i -atee of, fare from Cityy Hlalland Walker street-To
Harlem, 25 ets. To Yorkville, 18*1 ts. To Forty-
second st. 121 cts. To Fifteenth st 6F4 cts. From
Harlem to City Hall, 25 cts. To Fifteenth st. 181 cts.
To Forty second st..121 ct, To Yorkville, 6 cts.
Fare on.Sunday$ to and'&frbm City Hall and Fif-
-teenth street, 121 dents.-; '
: 031 ::. J. S. WHVIGAM, Snperintendant.
YORK.---7The fast, sailing
steamer PASSAfC, Captain
Mqrttin, ii and after Novembei 6th, will change her
hours of running, and -leave as follows ....
Foot of Barcla:st. j Centre Wharf.
S10 o'clock, A.M.. 8: o'clock, A. M.
3 P.M: '1 P.M.
On Sunday the PASSAIC will leave--,. '
lOoe1ekMA.M. I 8 -o'clock, A. M.
3j P:M. 1 P.M.
-,Fare 18 certs, n7
NAewark, Elizabethtown, Rahway, and $Vewt Brwugwick.

.Frnmtifoot of;Liberty-street, New Yolk.)
Lemp4 Ne'York. Leave N.ew Jirunwick.
At 9 o'clock, A.kM. daily.. At 7 o'clock, A.M. daily.
S.-..," P.M. do. 121 ,' noon do.
*: :. ... "P.M. do.
,OriSunday, the 74 A,. trip from New Bruns-
wick,.i bmitted
r; Eare etweea, New -York and Elizabethtowni, 37
chants ;, Rahway, 50. cents; New Brunswick, 75 Cents.
.From the foot of Cdirtlandt st., N, Y., (daily) Sun-
dasy' excepted.
"L tate New York. ":. Iwe l Newark.
AI: At o'clock, A. M. 7j o'clock, A. M
11 9 "
2 P.M. 10 "
4 "" 1 P M. M
12: -" 8 "
.10 "
On Sunday, passengers for Newark will take:the
Now Brundwick trains from foot of Liberty st., leaving
at 9 o'clock, A. M. and 44 P. M. Returningi pass
through Newark, at!i.. PM. and .i0 P. M.
Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 371 cents.
Passengers who procure their tickets, at the Ticket
Offices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides prevent-
ing confusion and delay. after crossing the river.
Ut7 Tickets are' received by the conductors only on
he-day.when.mpurchased. ,
-.-,The Town Tracks in the City of Newark have been
underlet, an& passengers will be carried to and from
the Depot to meet the arrive, and departure of tne
trains for 61 'cents each.
I17- For freight trains, see advertisement. s28

Diypt.Satidhys. excepted) at o'clock, A. M. from
r, pier No, 2, North River.
: By steaubbat INDEPENDENCE to South Ami
'.boy,-from' thence to:Bordentoya eina Railroad, and
Ith~ene .in steamboat NEW.tpI'-LADELPHIA,
aOl arrive in Philadelphia. s-litle:-after 2 o'clock,.
in time, (except when deqii.ed by e6trordinary cir-
cumstaAhees) to connect* with the 'Baltimore L ine,
-wtith' la&es at 24 o'loek. i
J:'Fa*Bt6dPhilaldephia.......,,.. .......-.$3 00
w. : atrd. Deck Pasrengera to Philadelphia,...$2 25
STa.T-renton,.. .......-.-...-. .- ...-$2 00
Forward deck to Trenton----,..---......------1 50
'"o Perth and Southmboy ..-------------........ 50
_ .To Freehold and Mdawtmth via Stage from
:.ti-tstow,,.,....;.. .-..-......: ...$1 50
:.-Breafu t andt diM- pro idOd on board
S a ....- ...... .......50 cents.
S er, .... ... 50 cents.
s24 IRA BLISS. Agept. :
Y: w kJ5ae NaartB Bruf ?n l*yi ton Sad 7renUoRS .
*3:Y: fia afla '~cTFlai'aSLB& ^ -S

,, .w --- -. ,, ., w,
' i.iave NVew YTork, fr te foot of Libert street, irly,
a$H'Cictwk A., and at 44 o'clock P. x
.Fare thrJugh in both lines, $4.- pi -.: ,
Fare to Trenton, $.2,50; to Princeton, $1. -
,. :assengers will procure their tickets at the Office,
;foot of Liberty street, where a, coanmnio.u ,Steam-
boat *will be in' readiness to convey th'ie t6: 'Jersey
City, with bagggeo crates on board. .. '. :, .;
S,.rhi44ad hia .baggage ,gaes through without 4iW.
"opened by the way ,
EA ',Esh train :is h jro'vided with a Ladies' Cnr iii vhioh
re apartment and dressing rooms expressly for :their
Returning, the Lines will leave Philadelphia at 84
o'clock, A. M, and 5 P. M. 8s5

Ti' sail oflihe 1st, 1Qth-aihd.20t6,*femTry month. .,
i : Tine of packetswilll hereafter .be: composed
of the following ships, which will succeed,ea other
in the order inmwhich they- are Iantred, sailing punc-.
tuallyt Ifrom- New York and Portsmouth on the 1st,
20th end 20th, and from London on,-the 7tlh 17th, and
27th of each month as follows:
.Fr~~XN.Yorkl. .... .From Load, 4. iorts.
"'Jan. (Feb. 17.Feb.20
Maty .> ST. JAMES,. June17 June20
pft. 1) ; S.Sebor. iiOct. 17 Oct, 20
Jan. 20) Mar. 7 Mar.10
;'May 20 ,.GLADIATOR, '< July '7 July 10
Sept.20 '. Thgs.,Bittoii. Nov. 7,Nov 10.
;Feb. ) Mat.27 Apr. 1
June 10 : WELLIGTON., -'- ;Ocrt. 10) O. Chalwick. ::i(Nov.27lDec. 1i
Fb. 20 : '!. : .,- -Apr. 7Apr.10,
JO.e20X).I ,:..' QVEBEC. 7.gAg, TAig.10"
.Oct 20.i F. F Hebard,.' : ( Dec. 7 Dc. 1,
:Mar. 10' ,: ", .; '-Apr:27.m y U.
'Ju ly' i "0 SAMSON. Aug.27 Sept. 1
Nov. Z10o i RuriellStBeg# .'.-' ('Dec. 27 Jan. 1
.Apr. (May 17 May 20
..A u,AUI) ,; ",ONTARIO.. Sept.17)Sept;20
DPee. l) ". Hepry Huttleson. ( Jan. 17 Jan.O20
'.. These' shps are %ll of the first class-, about 600 tons
burthen, ;nd are commanded by able and experienced
*navigatrs. Gteate-care, will be' taken Otwlt'the beds,
sBt6Pe..6&c6, aei of the best des eription. T -eprice of
Cabin passage 6s now fixed ait.#40, out w .-ofor each
.adult'fiich includes wines and liquors lNeither the
cAptAjnA nor the owners of these packets will be rc-
snible-f r'an1 letters, parcels, r packages sent by
rtsi, unless regular bills oftadin P are signed therefore,
Applyw'., .(RLNNELL, MINTUR" & CO
sel 134 Front st., N. Y.

8;cTATiONAltY,'i BLA CK- -1$QK., LITHC
..;k; GaPHY & PRINTINO,-T. 0.a.W001
No' L8- W ll street, offer for sale-I ,'

S2016 tons, 500 ihore.power,
(LiWut. Richard RdBerts, R. N., Commander.]
This splendid steam
ship, burthen 2010 tons,
Sand 500 lhie power, will'
sail fo-, the remainder of
~o year s ~fol~lows :

From i ew York. Froms London.
Ist'December, 1st January,
1st February, 1st March,
1st April, st May,
1st June, 1st July,
1st August, ", .,st Sept.,
1st October.
For freight [of which this' ship will take 600"tons,)
or passage, apply to
No. 4 Jones' Lane, rear 108 Front st.,
- Agents Brit. and Am. StBit:Ship Co.
No secondclass passengersetaienI.:=. : .
-No goods will be received on board without an order
from the agents.
An experienced surgeon is attached to the ship.
Plans of the cabins may be:seen at the office of the
agents. n5


The Old Line of Packets for Liverpool will hereaf-
ter be despartched in'he following arderi,excepting that
when the sailing da falls on Sunday, the ship wif sail
on the succeeding' day, viz:
From Nen o York. From Liverpoot.
July 19) ( Sept. 7
Nov. 19 9 The NEW YORK (new)-950 Jan. 7
Mar. 19 tons-Wmin. C. Barstow. May 7
Aug. 1 (Sept.19
Dec. 1 The CAMBRIDGE-850 tons- April 1 Ira f ursley, May 19
Aug. 19 ) (Oct. 7
Dec. 19 > The NORTH AMERICA-610 Feb. 7
Aprjll19 tom--W. E. Hoxie. ( June 7
Sept. 1) (Oct. 19
Jan. 1 The EUROPE-618 tons-E..'< Feb. 19
May 1 Marshall. .-June 19
Sept.19) --. Nov. 7
Jan. 19 The OXFORD--800 tons-J.< Mar. 7
May 19) Rathbbne.: (July' 7
Oct. 1) Nov. 19
Feb. 1 The COLUMBUS-700 tons-- Mar. 19
June 1 T. B. Cropper.. July 19
Oct. 19) (Dec. 7
Feb. 19 > The SOUTH AMERICA.-616 April 7
June 19 tons--D.' G. Bailey. (Aug. 7
Nov. 1 ) ( Dec. 19
Mar. 1 The ENGLAN D-750 tons--B. April 19
July 1 L. Vaite. (Aug. 19
Theships are not surpssed in point of elegance, or
comfort in their cabin accommodations, or in their
fast sailing qualities, by ~ny vessels in the trade.
The commanders are 'well known as men of char-
acter and experience ; and the strictest attention will
always be paid to promote the comfort and conveni
ence of passengers. Punctuality as regards the days
of sailing, will be observed,, as heretofore.
The price of passage outwards, is now fixed at $100,
for which ample stores of every description will be
provided, with the' exception of wine and liquors,
which will be furnished by the stewards if required
Neither the captains or the owners' of these ships
will be responsible for any letters, 'parcels or packa-
ges sent by them, unless regular 'bills of lading are
signed therefore. For freight or passage; apply to
GOODHUE i& CO., 64 South st., or
C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Burling slip, N. Y
o29 Liverpool
V., bers offer for sale the following 'old fand superior
Wines, most of which were imported by them direct,
and from the first sources':
25 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, half
pipes and quarter casks.
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and
was selected from the most celebrated estates.
500 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30
years old, part imported direct, and part via India.
Also, Malmsey, Sercial and Tinta.
The finest Pale, Gold and Brown Sherry Wines, in
casks, demijohns and bottles. '
French Wines--Chateau Margaux, of 1827 and"
1828, Chateau Lafitte, Laoville, Palmer Margaux -and
St, Julie. .
500 baskets De Brimont.Champaign.
: ;50. cases Sparkling Hock. -
2 200;ases SauternmeBarsac and Hermitage. !
,.: 50, cass .Chlambertin Burgundy,;in the finest order
Po rt Wie, very rare, in cask ad in bottle.
Hock Wines-Mettemich,. Johanntaberger, Hock.
heimer, Rudesheimer, aid Leisten.
L P Teneriffe, Lisbpgnnd:Sicily Wines, for sale by
nl0 A. BININ GR& CO.. 141 Broadway,
BORDEAUX WINES, from Barton & Guestie
Table Claret-Vin Ordinaire, in hhids
f St.J di-VintageWi27, in cases do. eanh
Batailley-Do. 1827,do do
Chateau BeychviltL-Do 1827, do dd"
Scoville-Do. 1827, do do
Latour-Do. 1827, do :
Lafitte-.Do l27, do d .
Hait"Brion---Do. 1827, do do
Latour-Do. 1831, dwdo '
Lafitte-Do. 1831, ado. ; '
These Wines are 'r~Otved direct from'the old and
respectable house of Barton & Guestier, of B *deaux,
ame of the first character, put up with great care,' and
recommended with great: confidence._ For sale on
liberal terms, by ,
jy21 DAVIS. BROQKS- &CO,.l Bread t.
ROGERS & CO., 56-Wyil street, offer for sble-
S600ohhdst T~d '"
.,0001ale o: o -
62 ,hds Stem do
250 -13. boaes linipetil Tea
8 cases Pearl B9ittos
_4 cases Gennan Behads .
20 tons Red Sahnader" (Wood) from Calcutta.'
&T c.-rThe subsc" have,.just received the, fol,
lowing goods,.andt4e ye,;now landing. :
60 cases HockheiaietPs oindeechatt ; ,
60 do Rudesheimer
'300 eaaiU Chateau Marg~iix, per the Grand "Coinde,
of 1834, which is fully eqal :.to any former vintage
produced by this'estate .-' "-' .
S10 pipes and 20 quarter oass 'olid south side Ma-.
deira- i~nt the house of e. wton, Gordon &- (o iper'
the Mexico. '" : .
10 half pipes OldCtogaac Brandy;of 1808, per the'
MIontano. Per!ship'Loreno-530 baskets De Brimic t
Champaign, tighly vinus anad fruity, bearing the edat
arms of De Bnmont upon the labes and corks.
Perthe ship Junius from Bordeaux-50 case St.
Jadien; 10-h ids. do, and 50. baskets extra quality Ani-
ette.' Forsalby l b- -
my21 A4BININGER & CO., 141 Broadway.

T IQEfURS., &c,-Ma~rtinique, Noyeau, Rose, Par.
J[Jl Ait;C ar CaaneIt &c.
D utca-aao, Anitette aSd 'Gold Water,1fro4 the
fooat..oof Fokink. "
-ian-Maraschino, and Pallesi's celebrated JCor
dials, oonsisling of G'go;, Assenzio, Pcrsico, 4affe
de Moks, Vainiglia, 1Ro, &c.
French-Panris ad Bo daux, in great vari and
le lantly put .up. .. :
Danish--Copehagen cherry and Raspbrry i
SPrussian-an d'Ors Dantzig. .:
Batavia Arrack, Peach Brandy, Scotch'" ld riush
Whiskey, old Rum and Brandy. "..', .
Truffles, Olives and Capersi- trasbourg Pate,!1Sar
dines,London Pieklebs, BrandyFriuts^ .c. 1../
Tfae abeseare .al gengine dan .iBpo -bted by the subl
scribers from tret origiaplaces~i f manufacture.
Fqrsalby A. BININGER'& &C0. i0:.:
<' 141 Broadway.
CJHItNA SILKS-.CARY & CO. 90 Pine street
offer for 0ale,-
0 cases .China Silks, eomnisti-g of black Sarsnet
:"4 Sinmhews, white a .Asuchan Pongeea, black L*-
vantine Hdkfs, Pongee Hdkfs, bslak Levantines, cross
barr'dcHdkfs, Embroidejpd .Shawls, &c. .... ,
50 cases'tlue .Nankeens: i
22 cases Choppas And Bandannas n :
S.-nes Grass Cfot '4416
S"lTRACAO-Reaeivsed pe. r the Pomona, fi. m Ribot
11; ,, *J.._-^^ -- a- t _- f t'r


Parlors, with Bed Rooas attached. 4Also, ac
commodations for two or three single gentlemen, to
gether with Bdard. AppIy at 337 Broadway..- n2
rTO:) SOCIETIES.-The Library -Room in th
X Lyceum Building, No. 563 Broadway, will be le
for meetings of Societies, Clubs, &c., by the night
by the season. It is every way adapted for the pu
pose, being carpeted and furnished with a throne an
table, &c.: Terms, $5 ber single evening.
n8 tf JOHN C. J&Y, 22 Band Vt.
L" fCTURE ROOM TO LET, by the .ly;-,':i.
L or, year, in the Lyceum Building, No. 563 Bioad
way. Appl td': ,JOHN C. JAY,
nStf _Z" : 22 Bpndist,;
Avn ue, between 14th street and: Washington Squa*r
will be sold separately, or several labyitngtgetheru
eluding the corner lots eaoh 26 feet by 100. r:
Lots on northsideof levwqnth street, neai:Woobte
street, each 26 fea65 inches front, by 103 feet 3 iniche
dee . -,
dive lots at Harlem,very eligible situated. Th
terms of payment made easy and accommodating.-
With those who wish to build on the lots the. whol
purchase money can remain on mortgage.
; Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, No. 1 Nassa
stroe "corner oef Wall street, between 12 and,
lopek, P.M
FOR SALE-Lot No. 19 Howard .trett, 25 by 100
J feet, in the rear of the Rev. "Dr. Easbkra'!
Chaurh, with- the materials on the rfomnd. Apply a
498 BroBdway jy23 tf

.L .--Drawing for young children, containing 15(
drawing opies, .and ,numerous exercises Lortdon
published under the superintendence of -te". Society
for the Diffusion.of Useful Knowledge. I. :,, i
It consists of a great number of exerpaes, Jrit*cinI
each. wood engraving with a deocription.adiistruic
tia s for assistiing mn 4e practice of drawing: It is a
cheap work, wnich may be extrenreLy useful by 6eing
.placed in the hands of. young children. of whom-very
few will fail to find amusement in copying the cuts.-
[BoatonDaily Advertiser.] : ... .;
Drawing, like writing, should to a certain extent be
familiar to all, aad.the slate and pencil ought to be
among the firit playthings of children. No one, whb
has not witnessed the resillt, can imagin.,e e progress
made, even by very young children, byefforts almost
unaided.--New York Ametdian.]
We cheerfully commend it to the attentiOn of pa-
rents and teachers, ieing one of the best works of
the kind we'hadvi o elde. B6ston Times.]
We have not seen any thing for a long tjme, in the
bo6ks-fot-childreh shape, thathas pleased us better.-
rBoston Transcript.]
Published by i CHAS. S. FRANCIS1
n1f8 *' -i l

S,'iand valuable assortment 'ofMusic, Musical Intru.- w n te.Dreast. f.ule, are advise to try -: of these
agents, and Mqsic Merchandise of every variety, ad beaulil plattera, astlhe re essenr adifeIt from
.'. .of the first quality. :- all others, andare free oum t4cobljecirpq w h are
New and fashionable Music, also standard plblica 80 reasonably "r.sganet plasters gIe'rally.' The
t, tions of old and valuable Music,. Gamuts maxdistruc- proprietor has h&%the pleasure of sell them daily
i- tionBokxs, ChurchMusic. andMusicfortheFitte&c, for a number o years m thia city and. of the many
regular .upplis of c thousands whn hav used eas D e of a
Te.. sqsriber releiveregal .oriy,oinpl..... .he ar atro
pubhications from England, e Germaay, and ytare di..pp ,t .Tley are patrot..d extensively
.... ,e .,v ... ; ^ ..... a A re. nhoLrobably
i intllien pi Iyancian inthet
music bound insuperior style, wth sp ng acks. an ear." t ha pt y iead in the Ui
SThesubscriber ,rspectfl"y,-afin s thAe piuf,! that "'ope, tht wold hltae to sa i ith h 'is"
. 'having adte arrangement fi .e mai r he ame or i fluenee, when made' ac ih their
KT khso 4' id abe r a mspentd`ft l uji e h e e e
will be constantly supplied with' PIANO 'F s of R .. .
. every dea ription, which for superiority of ut.1h, ,md d1..dio ade&A..y eahi PaLte_. imgned
richness of tone, and elegance of wdrklunani are iyeln my own band writhei ato ehincfeh'it' io'
not surpassed by any in the country. l e punished as forgery. r 't vi
S Geat attention will be given to order for Piano thew dll remember l6 ask-ftr tadeao'
Forte Timings, both as regards the mannert4Tuning, scr, and see tht ey thle d .tioa
e the punctuality o executing orders. pt .p in boxes wPI.th ltaie shM ls-
; The stock f Music Merchandise isvetyeztemivd,' ,W)i ap.without injury it'anyr i ite- ?ill be
'" embracing every article appertaining to aico any part of farded to any~es or' brtish
3 of European iand'Ameri'an manufacture. oiWeb, aas pt ortdel aind Inc 'u= flnt onade to
Instruments repaired in.tho most expeditiomp manner. i tW bay to selagaint In n ll e only
7 Seminaries, Music Dealers,, and Artists of the to tad, t4Mt instances are o numerouia_: which the
0 profession, supplied on the moet tresonable terms. most saltar' effects ha a produced using
' Orders from every part of the Uinita'Stiiates, or tem- then that they are rechrmLendddLith fheiMo' entire
t where, attended to with the reatest care and df oo eyareto.Jll nboi ta iffletcd.'.,,. ., 1
patch; byaddressing 'JOSEPH F. ATWILL, .r int'* B. aity at tbe Medicine
usie Saloioa, -91 Broadway, -Store 260 Bwey. .
' oct.'18'." -' near St. Paul's Church. 09" {i .* ,. .. WN -I.:BDgA.T
'THE subscre would repeetfully inkft q -' C, ONO AtI.l"T.- Pbr'.a .- .l
sical world, that he has beef-appointed Agel-for the removing e rpOit,1 Io o
r city 9f New York, ferthesate of Brown & Halet's FuN ftromtl,ytterh
eelebrated"PIANO FORTES, at Toston, and will yfuphs'o4a. 'Pteis no mre ce-ta
s constantly' be s ppied with a large assortment of jro7l D"Qmg general health during tH~lBuanumer
r Rosewood, Satinwood, and Mahogany Piano Fortes, 0tn Y.44lk4Ui ..4y'l.ti liH i e i.
friai the above celebrated tekers. profssion give it aMdeakers. prIi ew ftrtbl the
The high reputation of Brown & Hallct over all mos t lF ebrated a V*ptWi ,Sr ps, &c., ndramin "
other makers mI Bostoni for sweetness of tone, superior I mot1 w .*_ infants aree aicMted with 9f d HeaFd
e workmanshiptiand durability of tiese instruments, is Sore ,ars, o kE arp.iem
too well known to need oomment. ,..Themr prices are rmeA.ed .io .J.^ .-W
as resonab i as' ny other establistaent. withl.64Wt
:JOSEPH F. A'TWILL, 01 Broadway, Ing ani agree later
S o28 .. near'FultoAst. it ^_ ? ryakees to arybe
.-pfT d f rw u. nsed.with a8dvat mthbb at "' It
& l. .a-is prepared form the best
pentfuloW tmateups and' T-iWss Of music iis 14-_ EIrding to the smoanmret.eaAP
Sspectully invite4t an inspection of a valuable as- has been taken. tkeep. i Ar'e. fr iWmp'nimt. .
sortmert df 'Ftolesand Clarionets received from the Sob ,. IP .
*manufact oa-M g vhich are several of the cele- --prse S hat"'- p Sai. ^-^ the
brted cocea ,eooFlutes, ni.& =hrta%."'K ."I' ^-,^ A
The-: setin nt-consruction, the durabi ly and ele. s bacn-br l w .t
bgane of ocoa o lItes, render hei worth e .,'.

_ I ___LI I I __


mu TO maiPT.-The commodious Lofts
C6intin i Rbfomiis of the fire proof brick .sta
No. 35 Nassau street.,between Liberty'and (
dar streets. kApplyto'- "' '
jel 2tf C. H. RUSSELL &.CO, 3 Pine sl
"a; ROOKLYN.-TO LET, the" two two st
/ !IL"dwellings; with the basement above ground, r
finishjigin Sandsstreet, between Bridge and Gold s
(wilhitn five minutes walk of Fulton Ferry.) Both
Nearly; finished, with marble mantels, and desirable
genteel tenants. Pospessiou 1st November, or in (
tober if wished. Applyto
s25 : OBERTM ,SPER, 96 Pine st
S 6' S E--The spacious 3 story Hoi
if with the.1ottin fee, on ithe west side of the
LAvenue, the first h6use above W. Brevoo
large ,mansion. The lot .is ,25 by 10%), with a cc
yatd of 15 feet, 'and there is a lot adjoining the r
which can be)obtained if wanted for a stable. It v
be sold on accommodating terms. Possession.tihe fi
of May n'Gt. Apply to '. GREEN PEARS-ON,
fel4 29 Merchants' Exchaige,
HOUSE WANTED.-A two story hoe
N lc wanted ,to rent, near Broadway, or higher t
.61town, within a convenient distance of some 1|
of omnibuses. Address box No. 776 Upper Post C
fice. s17
TO LETT-Tthe superior Fire Proof Stoi
N .22 Beaver street. Apply on the premise
o9 tf 27 Merchants' Exchange.
AML& FOR SALE.-The 3 Story House, with t
Mill Lot in: fee, in 9th street, between Universi
ra Place arinthe 5th Aveiine, now occupied by:
W. How. Apply to I. GREEN PEARSON,
S9 27 Me6hants' Exchange,
SFOR SALE-Several desirable Dwellj
No Houses, of different; values,;in the vicinity
J" 1 Washington square. Apply to _
09 27 Merchants' Exchange.
: TO LET-The three story brick House, N
89 Walker street. The house is in excelled
I.UlLorder, and can be seen at anytime, on applic
tion to JOHN C. JA
nil 1 No. 22 Bond sV.
F EOR SALE-A house at Hoboken, the r
tl,- sidence of. the subscriber, with. large garde
grape vine, asparagus beds, &c. The furniture
all new and of the best kind, may be had also, wi
right of ferriage. Can be seen at any time.
Hoboken, Nov.,5, 1839. n7
STO LET--A convenient Office in the ne
granite building in Burling slip, one door fio
.iSsouth t. 'Inquire df C. H. MARSHALL, 3
Burling slip. :, o30 tf
TO LET-From the 1st November to the 1
M' May next, the two story brick House, No. 51
"f lBroome street.. Apply.to
:o29 E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
J. FOR SALE-An excellent farm of'about 4
M;i acres, and genteel residence, at East Neck in t
Il Town of Huntington, Long Island, very pleasax
ly situated, directly upon the water, in the neighbor
hood, of good Schools, Physicians, and Churchec
various denominations.' A good dwelling house, ban
and out buildings ; a very good landing for manur
Fine Orchards in bearing, and a garden containing
very choice collection of roses and other shrubbery
The furniture, crops, and farming tools may be had
applied for immediately, togetherwith the stock, which
embraces some fine cows, sheep, anda great variety
very choice poultry. Communication with the ci
twice a day by the L. I. Railroadl; or by steamboat v
Cold Spring. ,
THire is fine fishing and genuine sporting in the v
cinity, with very great facilities for boating and sailing
rendering the place very attractive to a gentleman fa
Apply for further information to JAMES H. T
TUS, Esq., No. 13 Pine street, or to THOMA
W. TUCKER, Esq., No. 5 Broad street, or to t]
subscriber on the place.
s25 tf N. BLOODGOOD.
-L FOR SALE LOW-The superior 3 sto
*I House and. Lot No.-- Fifth Avenue, being ti
JuR first house above 10th street. The Lot is 25
100. The .house 25 .50, 'with an additional buildii
for bathing room and water closets. 'The ceiling a
very high. The parlor mantels are of statu~yr niarbli
with Berlin iron grates. Possession can be had ii
mediately. The Church of the Ascension, (Dr. Eas
bum's,) is to be erected on the adjoininglots, and wi
add to the value of-the property, Applyto
au8 27 Merchant '-Exchange.
5 scri .r offers for sale,, by private contra-t,M th
o.letir, Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bour
ed by Broadway and Mercer street, Washington'an
Waverley places ; being the most splendid site for pr
vate dwellingseor for a church, in the city. The ground
is on the most .elevated part of Broadway, and su
rounded by valuable improvements,.
-. It will ,be sold in one parcel, or divided into 1
Lots, viz : 7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the wfoa
front from Washington to Waverley places,) of abo
26. by 96 feet each; .4 Lots on Washington, and 4 d
on Waverlef place, of 26 by 92 feet each.
SIn case of a sale in separate lots, .a uniform %ttyle c
imnirovement will be required, and stipulations again
nuisances. The title is indisputable, and the tmrn
will be accommndatig. For further particulars,' an
a view of the map, apply :to
J. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchang
fe9 Hanover st.

,-e, : J between Greenwich street .and -Broad*y, con
RTEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE & TRUST tinufs to becnted as usr~l.e .. .
S CO.-Monthly Report.-Since the last report 18 s rangers respectfullyappriedthat Dr IORNE
persons have been Insured:- was bred toth Medical Professlon in the'cityiofLon-
IN Of whom i0 are'raidents of the ci'y of New Ydrk. -don&,~nd has been a practical member of .s4 F eulty
ory 14 are Tesidents out of the city of N:York of shyaic 42 y yearly for the last 32 in the city p{f ew
'ow 7 are Merchants and Brokers. York. His practice from being formerly general, he
st, ,4 are Students and Clerks has long confined to a patieular 'branch of Mediine,
are 2 are Mechanics .- which engages k%.wcprofo.n% d attention, x -La.- Ve-
.for. 1 a Lawyer neria Seorbutus,. Scrofula, Elephantiasis, .ud4 in-
Oc- 1 an Engineer short, all diseases arising from a vitiated state, of the
S3 are Manufacturers. bloo. His experience is verygreat. Hi alticesSas-
tL Of these, there are insured for 1 year and orer 6 tonishia. In many thounan of casesromaitpad to
there are insured for 7 years '-" 10 his care, of all grades and every degree of~iahgaancy,
5th there.are insured for life, 1gW" fh-hrsbpeedily restor lae h -ojiirsmd wd a
,* .* __ sound constitution...- :'." '
S, 18 He cautions the unfortunate against the. abuse o
ear Of these there are insured for $1,000 and under I mercury., Thousand are annually meruriallze'd out
will there are insured for $5,000 and under 10 of life. See.that yo.r caeis apriBcntc4_.tt, notpatched
first there ar insured for $10,000 and under 2 up. The learned Dr.Buchan emphatically obsse-
St a s f "Marred- persons,, aat pem"vis It to be married,
..k I L '18i sh atould be particularly cautoes fiuto# ction-.
.... s5 E. A. NICOLL. Secretary. What a dreadful iheritance o0 tra b t- kti i
s Ofle th TED. 'TAT.S FI .N.R. Persons afflicted with protracted and depibfie .ases
,k- -Offe of the UNITEDN STATES FIRE INSUR- Ineed not despair of A oom.l... -. _eoeyi ,'iby Ain.
'PANCE COMPANY, No. 55" Wall st. nee not e paou a- oomple freo'vem y p, ing
ine .... Y~- ... "^'^ ^to Dr. Home. R-eeat affectionp,.-wMrte!, are
. AT an annual electionheld at the office of the Corn- without .ercu eceta...i..& "I 1. -h
O)f C.o.-.without mercury, extinguished-n in afw.aw ,,What
r pany, on the 3d day of June, 1839, the following gentle- ,eve s the Dr. ia, atm an y afl ted,a insted oftaking
men were duly elected Directrs for the ensumg year.: r salutary advio r ha e ecou. toadviisedno a t im, ,
'or John L. Bon.-'. '-Ebnezer Ca _dwell where thereis ni responsibilityiad thed.rapoift ers
John R. WD lis Mor'ris Ketch uma unknw;, by s-. means, t a, Aoway th.t m,
(where they vainly hope to save' and: rifin A i'ver
Silas Hici s Joshua S. Underhill heir constitution. ;' ... -
Robert C. Cornell' Charles T. Cromwell Person whie may have .,,otonated disease. or .us
She Iirnes Barker Cortelius W. Lawreace ct latent. poison, are nvitei to. make appict*i.n to
Lty Benjamin Corlibs Nathaniel Lord- r M R"E, at his Est abli Oinent, No.. t Fulton
Lindley Murray Charles KIneeland. street, between Greeinwich 'street and Broadway. A
Henry H. Lawrence EdwardATWi.ight residence of thirty-two years in New-York city, has
'Stephen Van Wyck Benjamin", C-1.'rk~ ,raa.ll established Dr.Hornme's character for sterling
g aac Frost Robert B. Minturn honor; andbase dn-real respeetabilityandskill. Dr
o RoertD. Weeks William Bradford Homre'bffer to his patrons a su re tarntee
JohnsWod TomasW. Pearsal Offices for seprat, ..
Thomas W.;Jenkins Silma Wood .: ,,... ,.osl.a ,e.;. ,du c
Benjamin Strong eoge D. Post never come in contt. ,
George> Huosy JAM oESer H. B ct a P 1 A pttendancer.until half. past it athetie
Geore y No Letters trake in re i d
'o UTria Ft.arenter .Albert Woodhull n trA e Mr s i i i let
terms must behanbdin.. :
nt James H.Titus George B Smith. l n" mst- HULLT ,_' ..... ,,
Sa, T Samuel C. Paxson. 1 purlMotu ... ptret sie on 4:'edse."
At a subsequent meeting of the Board, John.. -e 1.t.Epie... _-. '
P. S.NbA s eongac DiSuporH e desires to beneift the
8 wne, E q. was unanimous yir- tolecated Presideht. Pi S- ongas o r. -orn. eires ent te
uw ~s$ UJtIt,.1 c' tt ta "n t' ,i p i, t -s r he should continue ,hi 'advertise
e.JA.ES WILIE, secretary. ment for thego ofstrangers,ai wel1.ks le wl
THE HOWARD ]iNSUiRANCE COMPANY are extremely shy in speaking of eases of a. ,delicate
T JEW TL0O ffiWe 54 Wall Street. natur even where a physician is :pre -einehtly surer
SNEW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-Thi-eqm "eeasfuL -
1pny continues to make insurance against loss 4d R HULL,- 4 Vese stmtl ~ke .--TO
iame b eqire, and the hazards of iand 'navigationj l THE LADIES.,o- ntHULih;, t r ,, ei
I T es E WI SB PL. I Wooa' published a small tregse. P on the applipEftoteand uses
w R, Havens,resItedt, B.IL.Woolley of the U, t rroAbdoitnal supporter. -Th
,m Najah Taylor Micah Baldwin companies each Supporte old y ,_4I, Ion
~8 Cornelius W. Lawrence Joseph Otis i tains instructions for selecting, fitting and, eari the
J. Philips Phwnir Fannine C. Tucker instrument, b aid of which any patipet -- ia. 'Atrs"
st John 1eorrison Meigs D. Benjamin .withaeut:assistanur e. Information of the'nece i arykind
10 Joseph B. Vamum,. John Rankin is ,gvem toenable ladies to judge wwhetlr ike 1uppdrter
Savid Lee .John D. Wolfe is likely to proii usefulin given idst-z--- of- ....le
Caleb O. Halsted Nathaniel Weed maladies. ... '
S William W. Todd Ferdinand S iu The pamphlet also cofftaini the repo, tr "~:j-rd
.o __Wliam Couch. Society of theState of New Y6rk, andth6in&ions-ot
LEWIS PHIjIPS. Secretary manyidtiinguished Physiciau s in ii E~u'pe aniid Aier
NTEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCGE-.& TRUSJT ca, in favoi ofthe-Supporter.- : -:. '
of CO.-Persons may effect insurances with this. Ladies callingat Di Hull's'offleo f advice respect-
company on their own lives, or the lives of others g hs paratu,rc e a p.a gat A -
s rand.eit ter for the whole duration of life, or for a petent Surgeon of much experience is in aoatithat-
e, limited period. The payments of premium may' be tendance at Dr HulE, 'ffii., 4.yVeyewtmet, Astor
a either made annually or in across sum. House .
y. Premiums on one hundred dollars: Ladies' hours from 12 til half-past 2 o'docL 60
CD, CURE TRUSS." ofi 4 V t -or
ty -4 M 4, 4 O> _1 M Building-Under th#s supervision of an ex i*eneced
ria ---------- ----- Surgeon, who attend personagy to each cosa, delin
14 72 801 53 381 4 1 70 3 05 ing all other practice.
ri- 15 77I '88'56 39 1 57-1 76 3 11 Also, the TjERO-ABDOM.NAL:.StiPPO.) ER,
.g, 16 84 901 62 401 69 i 833 20 sanctioned by the Mediqal Soclety 6of fheState A a New
.r- 17 86 911 65 41 1 781 883 31 York, and Guy's Hospital, London. .
18- 89 92 1 69 42 1 85 1 89'3 40 Dr Hull's apparatus are patronized bythe i'dical
I- 19 90 94 1 73 43 1 891 92.3 51' profession with ve'r fe'w exception? th-rgholt the
LS 20 91 95 1 77 441 901 9433 United States andEuwe u ; e.
he 21 92 97 1:82 45 1 91 1,96 3 73 The Supporter, it patented in thiu i eKi nIgland
22 '--94 99 1 88 46 192 I'98 3 87 ad France : the patent in thisf countrynts. recently
23 971 03 1 93 47 1 93 1 994 01 .-.been re-issued in an amended fotw -;:,.' --rdi;
24 99 1 071 98 48 1 94-2 024 17 AMOS G. HULL, 4 Vesevy tret,
h 261 00 1:12 204 49 1 95 2 04 4 49 s16 Astor House.
e 26 1 07 I 17 2 11 .50 1 96 2 09 4 0 ONDERFUL CRE OF CONSUM?TION.
n27 1 2 12l 23 2-17 51 1 97 2 20 4 75 W -Al ougi Dr. TFy.r's e ia r of.,Itrwort
r 28 1 20 1 282- 24 52 2 02 2 374 90 hasfound hundreds. ofad a b' cedso
S 29 1 3o 2 3 5310 larean um er of tesunoals in ites vor, cannot
. 30,3 ,2 13 ,2 36 54 2 18 85 49 withho m y small meedof praise. Being redis
t- 1 46 25 56 -24 356 6 21 5 7s to consumption, bothfrrom peculiar formnauii he-
ill Jio -r-4o -,, r,,te y transmission, I medevery me s8, check
331 3 1 482 57 87 2 70 2o 6 27 this dis ease ai4d stre0gthep a naturally constltu-
341 351 50 2 64 58 3 144 31 6 50-aPi: 's i o" "s ,"oneip
35 1 36 1 50 2 7$ 59-, 67 4 63 6 75 I Florn e, o--a -J n I
361 391 57 2 81 604 25 4 917 00 meantime, tw*i-*A e of the best pbfciasw. Two
b- .7 i 4 1. 63 2 90, years since I retlined to this country, in abort the
3 Money will be received in deposit by the Company .same situation as when I le&. I Lad feinlhe read-
Id an also in frost, upon whEch interest will be allowed: ing rooms in Europe muc a said in fita of ir Tay-
. an follows: or's Balsam f-ilverwort, and as soona aniied in
i otf sums over$0loo0, iri edeemable for 1 year, 44 pr ct this city I used it, and in three mons I o well i
SDo. do. do, 5mos. 4' concluded I coazd pass'the winter hres~al~(bad did
" Do. do. do. 2 3 so. Ihaveused a occasional, title now.n.. du.
S. TRUSTEES. ring the time, but am n6w.in-aad h6eith 'i sa)-
S Wm. Bard .: Jaites Kent ie. M cough h oy ceased '
e Thomas WLiidlow Nathaniel Pripm have every feeling of healt h J:Dr. R.Sa Bd Dr.
S Wm. B.L awrence eNicholas DevereO Post oft fhis clty were my, phaoiazns, and sq w say
S Benjamin Knower Gulian C. Verplanek they did belie me incura e,
f eter Harnony Henry Brevoort, Jr. S. Psotrr, Westerni Hotel, Courtlandt st.
S Jon' 0'. Coaster James MeBride Beware of frauds-the genuine is sold at the, Bow-
9T o S uffern John Rathbone, Jr. ery Me'dicine Store, 260 Bowerv, by '
jolmn M aen P. G. Stuyvesant rl3 ':- N. W.-BADEAV, Ac
'" Samuel Thomson Thomas J. Oakley '. -'B ADEAUPCtaEBRfiPst sR,'l ,Rk 'r..
Benjamin L. Swan Stephen Whitney iNG PLA STER, pret~^ x for pai. orealness
Stephen Warren 'JohnJcoAsi_--be b. t, side, back or li be; ohso for 'out. rheu-
Roert Ry Gh' ardner G; TIwland ..atism; iver complaint, an.d gyepe a; or coughs,
JohnJohi ""ston Corn. W.Lawrence colds, sthmas, diffieuy off breatiT rest of
Wm.Yan ensselar JO Ba*tan rgidue. : the stomach, &c., they will give imedte adsooh-
E A: .. .cou. r"e-er- m ing relief;. and forpleMsantBie safety, ease; aid cer-
., tamty, are decldedls reX to m
^, r ,,. .TKIIB ..... r ~omp. ',e --- -uch personal t business or- ;vocation re
SA TWILL'S MUSI0 SALOON, '201 Broadway, qires that they sand or srt much, r'thofe affdenlt-
SA N.'Y. where mway always be obtained a large ary, habits geneSal y,'who riay te troubTed .in pains