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Title: The Pennsylvanian
Uniform Title: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. 1832)
Alternate title: Daily Pennsylvanian
Physical Description: v. : ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Mifflin & Parry
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: December 16, 1837
Publication Date: 1832-1855
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 9, 1832)-v. 42, no. 156 (Dec. 28, 1855).
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
Numbering Peculiarities: Scattered issues are misdated.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Dec. 27, 1855 is numbered v. 42, no. 154-5.
General Note: Publishers: Hamilton & Forney, <1846-1848>.
General Note: Contains: "To the people of the United States."
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832: Triweekly)
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Related Items: Dollar weekly Pennsylvanian
Succeeded by: Daily Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1855)

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PIIADEIHIA, SATUItDAY MO.NG, DECEMBER 16,1837.


APS 'ge to C r .. NSbRANCkSON LIVES, by Sea and Land, AN.-THE
"'"* ^^,Ae 1?rtP l t ^ o Clnarleston, C. it ^~ ^^^It 1!1 lt O I E H
,.. ...h eJ NUTIaES..& ENDOWMENT Sgrnted,TRUSTS N 0 T C E.
Sreceivedandeeuted, and allCONTRACTS in POAL8 will be received at the Oee of the p N V VA
G i, 121 w ,C...-seiGenera-lValu ab lehases znEstate
: 1 L1P BA kTMI IO ItE, 10- which the contingency of life is involved, are made valuable Real Estate. ,omm y General o P
IN consequenerb-tfthe steam packet Pulaski having by the Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on On Tuesday, 26th December, 1837, qt 7 o'clock in the pia,to furnish matrals for making ARMY .
hdr.wn t .ti.. ," .orfolk and Ciart on Sea Litwea nd Grantin it,onnuit p plication at their evening, wi be sold at public mi,, at the Philal .HING for te year 1838,and forsundry artices eay S e of Benujamiu M,
-' 1' 0 fado, as sa, onr t aeppa
S..,ephie ooe ocechange,, the olwing described Real madNe, as hereafteraenumerated, vizs.tB Of the CountC of hhi6ade4wldhi
Packet Linae r the. season, the superior Ec o e. N uh Y ANt (RATZ, President. Estate l, dg, Convention, on the Sub of
a dnt. .Baltimore. Rail Coaft, wins, an O A A, SEARS C. WALKER, Actuary. jy27-dtf Valuable Hotel, 6th at. near Chesnut.. Sk Blue Kersey 6.4 wide. 2dnst.
74adaei nddd Coffey, wi1 continue to run fsi theyfomrySyBuKes,64w
.orn- .and.Iactive or and .y ....HE newfourStory....., house. No. .18.Delaware Unbleached Cotton Shiig7 e.- r i s
**- laves rn6w% lk' dwhar'e. fooat .oS.it, d ving'Norfolk_,aternately every Satuaday.-- m S. Naris Aghth NSoree a.lNo. Unbleached Cotton Shirting. 7.8 wide. Mr. Marn said he was opposed
-jeave. & aDM &WW.io,, ai. M ,wi.'- rs These boats were built uder the superintedence of iKr Arch corner o s- street, on the site rmerly wn as Rubi- Flannel of cotton and wool 78 wide. ent of the gentlemen from Ada

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Mle ,.I. to# Bkior. -P.as' u. urt Htllntry sthtmria Hne25fe
,t.. Woardthest bea Te le- xjrienbed nautical ain eexpressly for this route, Ent, i0g Cltb1headee wta,.,,-msHo.el-latterlyasthe-American ..s ..5-feet Canton Flannel, 3.4 wiJe. Stevens)ewhichahet. ughtnwo.s
S. w&a-itht tocst; theiry an d ii d hute. Ue. w .-ratoleMadieelea o a th. Arta15f. Th eet in dgpth.t* Debatur esret, a t oing tv, va- UnblIanred Cotton Drilli 3pwdsa d o it per noth ar s I
F qua. n lled, wrh trong copperiele a, ard seearedst ength. .... uabl fronts ..se ig. u of do do 7.-8 wide.it d t -e -h -
e r flo a y f I hefal painsldsec *e t a ret die aon d-. c efficient, and amounted to but lihl
donat7ockbywi-oexperience and skill, well alulated to Ti Dr. m, aybeeesulmed tIramsneiat till It o'etek lce eHouse and Lot of 4aln. B leached do 34 wide. r the
*so, c .. .... ... gave confidence to the travelling community,; they are ; t ni li. [E. rofmmeidtron-to the egislatur
--- --.- -oe- night less at sea than by any ot.he o ute'. e ratieantare.ietved e, board at hbis establish The lot of ground at i. large ice house. situate on do a ri o and opposed tont i or another reaon-
PoA jv 7Paaetru from Phiadlpha, The tr s I r Canal and Pratt streetsmsiepring Garden, county of Pompons, white.
and PsagetthroughfromaPhlam .elph ia ... m I d^ N .7 h PE.hthla de slph-a, D no.rthst 7th s8itar3a.eet, of whisb e hn d ode do scarlet, were adopted, it would be laid hold
Vwp#HgoBristol, and do do do' Baltimore, do1her.bPhiladlphia,,'ws Dee.d-15 183 Phiaduelphia-for a description of which see hand- dHai caPluet.foreei
do. o do Norfolk, .51 h.a s:t., ,vi,,, ,,mg bills.-Hair Plumes.
MEWMW 4IIC1Rt~i'WU. -Tickets totf, betx had at the Batior sl Dor a long tine, andvtg a Iout many kinds
pastiatBIli.1NCaP- Tickes to be had at the Baltimore Offie, Chenut1t legant Priate Residence. Bands and Tasse lsg the armendment of the
.. t neenut street war, oai. Sa rt. All baggage at the risk o th owners, thecelebrated Dr. HUE T. I weldd t to him-e found mein h The superior ew three story brick house and lot WAr tled a ges, riean o ituona, enactment sou e co
the celabatedeDr.iUkT.of wnt tode1of-Spruc wirtte
i the in. nov 6- tawt25D JAMES FN a very bad state, but he undertook to cre meond most ogr, orner knd t st. wth S ra Artil- rative, and clearly defined; it shoul
UNIT.D -TbteATMESMAL.AI ERG I went uadeSO, hi cae gave me back buildings, handsome side yard, coach house, s ta- d fry
Wit eoi -vs VU A e C ,pe ocok "... I. reasonable : "'" 1,Yw"n" -- exr eis'vcave.- pf ,pe wedo Infantytelgsao ,r hud r
MY 7 a va'd &rc dt at I f 6' t r n a o'clock, an arv s oe of his medicine, and in a little t e iii I began to ei- is, etc. Lot 671 by 150 feet. ..
three.a.5, week W Wit""u"-Nured there- Neat Dweli etng Loe. E E c r an d n ewe k a red tl e a h .. eBrass do do Drag n w h it
...t e i. .t.efore can record t.mend off those a eted with the same d- E. N t D lpauletts, Non Commissioned, Staff, Infantry but no frte h at t e
t '" -dtf. ... w 3 J WAT 'o, Agent. ens[ A Se to the a sdour and superior kn 'wled of D HUETc o n to r nd o. A u e. a as en
to.,of DI HUR T, The three story brick house and lot of round, No. Arlery thate legisla tuensh povide
,,l4. tNo.57 north Eighth a IS.AA. MZ.LL3N, 153 north 7th street, 19 by 70 feet, firtiishein modern Forat e Caps for Infantry and Artillery. nt t nau re n o
,a^K,.eS P bur, '4 0P^ N" eorthampton Connty. style. do Dragoons th-at te lgsatr ayoss
/' I: G+' ,.E W Y") VAO~= r K 3* E"..... . elegant Country Seat.,, -l ced Bootees, pairs. .theegslur ayd so g
V.A- r PRAi, ,-ROAD, a.. Phildelphia, :March 3. 1.83. The country residence of Samuel 'k, E.. suit- Leather Stoks. things, if they thought proper so to
-R W -',~11 dut (said Mr. Marti ) to s w tel ,e
-.TArough Trontn, 'Princeton, Kingston.,Xs, Ne BlrunsoD.HUT -- ae nte9et+ ~ fteSco aoit WQlS afStc~a
in'We Tranportation wick., Ra nd, Neyan erk.o orsess ok, l Dear Sir: ren n y a aar vale. at on the west bankt h nthed o raboutmeWooHalfl g, f d i
gg pen h navea madlemarrange- EAVES.tha Cah OnM"e N 3 suh 3d. able elee edicineandspeeiAre h m ieede o-hme. mtlefo Fairomount 1Dami. There id a r ut 30 acres Woolenane, nu ee on t wewaigl than this is necessary, and in di
r. n t 't" L street, every evening at 9 o'clock, and arrives in hadcthe mtetine4ewiliebslt l ss.ad.e ecaledGo- of land, with a three story Stone tamlu fi f und. .. havei tgo ntothe wholesu be







|B wauw~~~~mrmcad re 11_by streemot, evry vnying at 9 o'clock, P.and "Fives inA Mltae ^. ^ "^B ^ h gosa aybdsre.T eBote r t e ntbenatre ra ede, hr
:p ertb tamn to c n e' a 6l e York early next morning. For seats 3 0 o sdsdin. edtot usisderianxidtit I appealed to a bettor, aUets shouse,,barncoach house,eta. rents 'Pfau* ai(. t n e sizes, iad t esis e wutr. fo eide
hiocon ply at the office 8. who agreed to eu.ri in a short time, and eI paid hin his W Full d esriptip of each of # m ev. o per. Plnt an lp Drgo C
S--pd o tinopS k et tnW hoai l weire Tthey csna io h Sot an Ws ewg charge I resmained under his tretmtent to the spae of ties may be hada the aucti. n store, andbil Infantry, Cap Bugles, Pl ot e and t ruptimons and abuses. I als feel
H iouse t,. T u" an- or-i_-I P ilad.iephifrom the Sout and arW est, w ishing to teee months ol Io k a nd siu nd ef by ht ike thenleft ...... ya d 13-p itr iI ,P I w bpe ld i u' p ection m ade -and no aice .. .... .. ,,
Se.."-. I ,, tak.e thi tmB O will please secure their eats early, as him and alied to a celebrated Doctor She attended e c. f t o nvy cU Fll bes. r.. ..

Z.c.igetup. all, hpes of ever getting cured. One day .1 sawDr Office for tke Purchase nd Sale of Reed Estate, 4c. Drums
Fare` iedoednd -E Z.B. A WOLD, Agent, H es advertisemett I then thought itpwer to try hm-I e. n ae s e Wall and Common Tents. circulated through ever section of
N-,-.... A- ,NT us: FollAIE4, CM,.QUMMING, Proprietor, was then at my-worst state.In Ilebstho ntwo"weeks I felt 'N F or"13 7 ". Strapping Knape. eks. wealth. There is almost within
W A Of ic.No leav DU. S. M i oachOfficeNo.31 south "od street,- etdeal better,- andin two Weeks 'Mreifeltlyeelf" I.v'oie aor,--*a teo theSp asot an e
at~lt -+t.Ii A COA0t1 41ill leave to. nv 24---tf ".qtt o~euH i g t edrd and ws~nt n ieaple. .a ni 6legant-C'..ntmry et, a haildsm* ,ly, aituat- a~.. .. .. .- u muuee
1....n'sj .l... i. fIassir Hall Hotel, nov 2.. .d "t a ..Nex C ..gr s l and was able to attend to my busn I n .would advise l e noteeait nhamons o Ri sttvera Worsted Binding and uord or al kns, and rue society o bpeople-my immediate
Prince novevyiPorning,(Sun- COO L wh uler under this disease to los sisotime' to apply te nthebn Y sian Lace. who hae
t~ e a .. o'c f,,_ vA A M B R A L R O A him~w h a n relieve th em Iret rn him m y sin cere than k s inck sco u n ty 15 m iles fro m Athe C ity ,-a nd n ea r h a lf ( Th e q u ntt ies ar .d n m e of th e se art icles i u t p olitic ate d opitiot








''tl~r&SfT~e^ "" ^ ana Th abveLklaveoh mwho, caueliev~eq^ them. I^T returnar himra my Puinceses thnk- in (Ther quathee aeed itnndauienw obe
....aF N .... OR I. rmesin your h'umbJ servant, a mile from the Trenton Rail Roa .4 Stone House, be determined hereafter.) so to nth bet oma bilt y, an d thon
b'y ; .....e %ai the Ci~amdentand HENRY-.. HV n .o EW OR .e, "t, .. Y L i"HN.. tL ....Coltg egbu.lt-with Carriage-..ouse arid Stabling, Casks and Cooperage for o atp e taskI make th









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Amboyal^w arrivi %,tav Z 2tP aik4 o a?^
Ott 7anglie, .jt P. *- Smoke0-house; 9rain'ho, 0e, &c.awil h s eold low 1838.
IRoturn n ,wlir ve, w @rjvA,7d e ,by lan ., .. : :,J u nOt h, d l ...
*t7nftM Vekba ..te-. a at.m -,, "*I" On and after Tuesday,- the" 10th,- .E__ rer ..t .an exehdngedfor City ro rty, on liberal terms. The Whole are to bofdomatic mnfatured m But I shall first o n wtth m










b ad Ral-^ ^Roa, n aie nPltetn tI n O APrt-ce,_V0I T^ ^ slige~fp iuL ^ i he Woearet o e hp eeofdo~ e aesad-I r ely
.i.e. .In-* ---eoat1-m 1^ hi nt ene....ll"Ot A recesg atryB e r il r adt in.ae t serc osw, o E an t A .S th ree s Bacgeeder f .-builte situated
,eri mo rnin Pace i n fArm D.>.S. Craven,at the foot of Chett edu ,cad eri yI Amenhsu tReRIG, a t t thoeeamotAl ]S :18 feet front 160 feet deep, with back buildiup, will sa eneral's Office in the istin si
c'lock f.orr P FIR MSudi.via in dXphitatd street, dad ,l (Suidadacotepred)at halfbpesd.Sos ed found nLlreL tehaes left b .appto ote be dispoed of on reasonable termsnwithrorwithout a Samples of anyfof the Woollen and Cotton Cloths,. .,
SwillASave Philadelphia t 1' clok, A. ., f r Bordeptow e w, thence to South Am. Doctor, Fnd was Vlader bis ttre Lrors months, and st l well adap s o t ar otend suit of furniturenowntheoa
Wt6rlalit"ft leav.re tlrinc eto n .At1.'c .- boy in the company' s cars, andthence to New Yorki gette;t eainge n Gueowas W. b .. f o )in awhtheooo aptshl and ther b b8 t the ons ptutettn ofr
srotam at vi 2o 'clok M remained for A Wig tume, i go no relief;.buttfortunate- e prpitrsder f ..n tfice,(byMail)andsuch o
I- & ,~ by y....,. onet oef Dr. et' s fiall into my hands; I rekit M-arket "e fo, r 350e0, Well secured en property the oss ab not een altered or a"
Sli at. R s Naau Hall i ge regular lN, to ew York, 3 ad mineltned to t-ryihhn;butsi my inmoney being run out, Market steet,,whlh nts fr9 per anthe in- eight sizes, and the Ca ofe sze The sizes bnk ths country. How wde
*aw. w t.~. Me~wnl. Na-sau Hall m Forward Deck, 2 25 I lefitthe .Hostital in asseat of .dispsir, and went tohim terest payable quarterly. and proportions of sizes wirl restated i the contracts. the case now! hat w po per
To-, .Nop~w B~runawick, -Ou2 50 and satedirmy ease. hetook use in handateure mei re Several other Mort and Grown Rentsalso for On the'samples and patterns hibit, the contract
or mPh. elpia, and rqopwlRalR u-.t.nOP, -To Princeton, 2 00 weeks, whifh I eould not belMeVe; bHutthanks e to od, sale ELLBARKR, will be founded--and inspections m-and no artc improper and defective at this time
House, or th Phiadelphia an~e rit Ra-, l-,R*d**.w "Pn' Freeholdt 2 vione weeki I wenlt to nork, and~l inless than three|Ul~g Weekslg was e 13-eo l dtf.ai -l ~ C .,,eynce- will be reeie tha is ineir in" -the 1aera or o~f banksexit, spreadu o'ver tihe f
Bces -.D. .BROWN, Proprietor. A at t. e :ris ..of .... ow"er entirely wel aad na one applying to you, and being? ..inc.untry;ad.whewalereeivedthattiset
eo, jau lg 7-oat A .tterikoits wnr._ doubtful of t ame, can cal eon _c h a nd I will satisfy thw workmanship, or that does not- correspond every ounro e h gate
Princeton, Janury e : I thiCh 1 a[AanadMeseeied oadvloO un r r
Jan'uaryMtf PIad a ert nov 1--dd e, t WM. J. WATSON, Agent. tiz.e H- 'frmHeleson MORTIMER. For Sale or Rent respect with the pattern on itractisfound- aongbs pelebth hre nod ev
M-1i ", n 1. M L PILOT TRANPITATO LIN- tt FVra. 1Hue wiAnive ,ay-rion a : hia te
l-- P11O, PIL PAST0 AK ATN. y^usical rn t i:hlarge and- 0co3ivenien BRiEw-i-OUSE, ed. th bject. tns thintrodutb
.t heiolce, l P ERPASTPACKETLT thall the necessary apparatus tocarryonthe ahe-supplies are to beodeliveredatt U. States jectint thishouse It has alwas
"--B>|tt Mt (afBBM"-l|> >-}- Wgo- art as l fTtight Ibloteli1 e b B pa----ua. On hand .-wah hee vitra et a es -th.,. .tn t oi oenge ngon seae;a(heiid Arsenal near Philadelphii, for inpe tion equal dr awn.out y t fore oful ....















SS rL SS lh A" ^ ^ ^ n irc~eeod i~ie meeos trninife o% aa "" attrsai sxs hc IXlh t^w i nuetoe do ain very good buie t~ei pn. th mosse to give ongor be rea th amedmnt day ofr July, 1838tie
MuiclIntI)ens















..> o~....m,iet r~m at L^,^ 8trs vr Mrmr f[SX gnyy ttatid .loby f nwhbh hrib-.,tmahatnl th~mu d-avewg0d .Lm~tem', memnpen^ ono earbhultdsofJl,188eal .t .eret t~su
Slia !e ct ber.Bnei t.Alytonag T os t ha2odl tb w Phbnhgladelphia -saidseale da den-loeNoem.berbu i tent hce..eP. tsdor t woul aIId, not do-
-OCLOCW, ,Ri, -Roafs-I nd Jable, rdoed Propo.als ,ia nd t.r eachar ice lte fma.nes, ane a. orem' n mt re the office ofthe ed back-the gentlemen were not
same evei'.. viAathal.iiree Philavelhincpuree'ye7wtee heHtsze.anc E8 Wf -l(g o Commisar' yGeneral ofl urchases, on. orbefore the beetit. Andiar we nowtobe tola

errk at -'clock, Chse House,^ cornerofBrotadtsv Tnd RAac, towhlih the ya sieall dere quiotheattentionotooavArygood ea WB, thofoe838 Sieec.ri will b areruirdoforcncsive isy r wheked-
: 'k" r, vent, ,,the ,rst6fntirly r, eight wheelx.Cars, A and BLato -o ver .eb, to t e r-r fa ir op-.rtderheit, of f-ion g ,as. b in odtf no h vthol l -n tn necdsr.ta t c eia b..
TetL1d a 4rrtsyR ^- "articles igthte Musical > andj*IS CoENJ.W| Genera oi Purhases. otheubPoposahat"itnwi
.--". .,"HINKLEur, -Agent ,-... ... -. .. ed as wel-ml an ric ue .m taste. 'th tou z vwing nighu nor.. 4t P-ldlha th fuflmn ofotasract. C,.. # .. IR N .,s harm th1an goodQ by any onstittstOn
















PonnsydvaS a *;.na. The abv 1A^ -s ^ ee1eE g". AESW
great v*ariety,4A someentf I f yo WP NYq Philsdl ios Dec.ethal off te Funrea
workmanshipulegantrappearncerondd THaPENNlidSSeIt
rw p r tIA-. W. ~t, s p sr-c: ee fan -er L n.---," 1- L GITF L O E, wel oth te.a~e~ton of r r uiur nc s on Li es a d tc 9- tJ i~w s old "lt el no gh al
toiJB.n. unel R FFc l . ...tha*n ,.e." r. toetoe ie a pre -a Ae ocE'. L, us. e a is the mate r an
.--~~be td s rito -, % + t ,,' .. n _,.. .. .. _be Lifery e Insuwrancesf ..ne ...M ew RP em mr ., mm u ,, e erls fic o -hes b ec -t ati il nstl



.a ntll th Boefl es ofr te N te Pioneer ine, are equal in all respect af ot s u w Vt T, P e phiae Shofn the tr an hot an

















:;!s^ ^ :^ ^^. ; if. no suprio wokanhp eirm^ ^ amirl.nc an&,D
^'- Wj V-1 A, ^^^^ CTFUTg~y INw~as wor yEHNC- the lkA~teptEon of do 9-d^StaJ eP8~iwff m""~nef mrpr
",'m"- .r.lo,* and S",, taeo tir,,"", Rail" Road. OU E .,t-rC &-b ,corer'of 4thand uneotuultthose 'who wish a ,oed instrument at a reasonable Gran-t.in-,.rAt ,m,,,ities "IN 0 Ir btUSexmnete ateIn
W .. Ih..d -- -A at- ep n I LIForNSeatsSaNlyRAS tsLfaive;r-at1No0 2000Market e"-, n ar, having c laaLagainst t.e said fia re requestedetoaloitteedofethetlegislaturrninh
V_'T fi 'Tlill n mf .tde for ait aily Jine s u d St ft.,C M M IN G A gent. T RU M PE T S, plain and with keys, K EN T BU G LES' . .H E..
6.1.%I ,ti,, N elThiswyLine connect ts twith the M ail Steam; --'y, insuret f ows, : o p so rged b a l cons on t h 2 n ; a ll perso ns y tlo ok t the e ople -te be
,' -- l~ +1c -- ; ,' .- -Bs n Piani'Forte W ire .... .. ii. p .". d firm aigt te epe-teb
.... ', t l..... .. O zos most '" bound Atte age o20 years,0 ct. 9h licng..c lzed tosettle thebusinesoh s aid
anlt~ "m .V .,, JO PTrB XL. : to otaccuratnly tuned--Musicbon l,.g,,Y, ,',,,Y ,, (Sied) LE'WIS TAYLOR sylvania-thrcee.fifths of the capital
fnlrI'illbe trnsaported over th&:4ai". .d CHA NGE OF O':I7R...:-" I lnsrrumenli of eveuy rdindrepaired in aneat arid sub- '. -- ... 14 "- GEORGE W)Ig'V. TAYLOR held by thpg.-,onwealth--tlat 4
tl -l owing ,morning-. THE.,PENNS-YLVANIA -RA4CK 1TLJNE, etantial mannor. + -+ "... A. Jl IfANi, -- .g," ; ,0's ,,76 LEWISBx.+ TAYLORi. -that bn. eunde 6f tMe psei
,= ,gg~ 1_key,) f'or the,. -'., :c Sate Eaip c and Pidneer+,:. niy 6-..-df, 86jI N i a. between Arch I& Rae. ..''rd" ,q "',..... e 't' ... 35... 1 .. .. ...- -realized ens-th-uau#nddollar"s per i
an Leave the West Cheter 'd6 "7 4 ormutydasinsucesin
Packet Line from Pittfortune in three short nsonehs!-a

-or.h, peHouse, Race anpd Broad re ,W .V t. At 0 ,, F s" 3d' told that no restr
3 ..... r .. Lancaster and HarrisburrY Pail I~R~d. Throghan .... o A,.N.. .. ..e S C !re ,,. -'alla istwl l eanoughLe wCnr nyBman
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,A. ]AD&'Hf =Rt~rI~T 3 _F, &gk*-aid Pa~seage e'Lnlvet-s~meedepot, t~7ITHER~mayvle found conatantly on'hand xianu" = -- GERGE t W.'. LEWISr.e TAYLOR oti ..... moment, that fair and honest busimesi
-iail load. ;..- *t0o'e, A. M. Through in 4de.. T sortmnent of t .he above articl.essuch e Mante TH0 GeI0ARD .'9' .15 thedbusin essat thoeOLD ST'ANuD, S. E .corsnerofth would produce such a state of things
ia!d?., rwiL O'ct. LMfe ,i- Qffiei-N.r. corner of Foeslhaundie ;oshat. Soa t Glass n ]e a plates; Mantel don. trepae; 'Ple-rs. IFE~l IN 2RR.1CE, and Market streets, whore they'brtye on hand a very not.. Ore thousand dollars per d
L. ,-, __. N. ,.. corer ofd and Will w,.t reee.t .ar.. os, C AoilGtU, Swi.,ags adoeavry e ia 5 A at a, nsubge i nd quality." business, and such a state of afairs
Ouand after o. mn..Hs:ay ne, pot.----)- o-RA-I--o2 t size ..aot vfrme Glas.es ofa sup...".ero que
"L .wil+t I~t. j. ... -" .~- .Fo''A.JL ,- :.rm r ,r T. ird Life.Inmnura.e .Ann an aid 'rrt-atr PatndtWatRber rfOver Shoes, breyetemes o ugtkbutbyte ndean ip
forttornheo, 3SWalow PILOT te SPORLtraitt.Frames .n 8.hand,fvaots pdtternand prices. .- nny ofPhiadelph3a,_. mu .t by the o t received.

sings, gua the. West tst en nal1 'wt h84 o Winereve Soksrithan
I -~--~R~J.1~d ~ : R~mdigoavr~-dse A 48"t,-e-,i.' -- .




J~ N W el -.G.:- "oiu *m, aU iet+ eegsie,-,a;,, &.naaorsm.matof rer ch anl Englishn grait vng -- :ii, AR "R F R. PET- U A l: rovii.i Tninso .vr dsci^ pt.qn andqua"iy d. ....le sYte of.. stc .Jbi
02. 59chkit n-stckg4bl40 Watma iLte
lir are s, itiawusLtao, 1Apl cloEd" A'14 '02 ItB&s aiedd d12 ihotbeivethtsuh cuseofh




,+i~r, hoveoi~neminas hortt e, a TOO STO. 8T0?E-E.PE S EfAetI~tn,sraesc #oLiu ., giant A**wit.Sl dEs -.Yallas ,. do do do, tion cbytallsueloudlrosflcopeef,;h
u~g] ..Jl~l~ .,'7 _"Y at as low freight, as by anyother Ie, --B.epaticular Ou hndnan Ba.nunao.. eao~tmen,tut~it.Frar. s.qtC .aouanes., and/ make -Isgesiral.lyiwint whihravellinglm ... do .. "do toeaso-yo x omlt,
It1! .lm : ', o, lt1I jW 'll i~is Tta'WI~liw ilteeI,"b6dTlii'rd ea h.nr All order for-he ubive attc?. will eS einr- soabeern. BIION'n~eobr't r: ...'.a ... '. .. Sure, of r etcrip.ofngl and qualrity. n n-uto eabuse t s2saioee rvn
I ~Mrea j ~t ja r a stress fy > O lO -D mWaten dd susbx sr:I~.'iWDLb ho'epiep The .oaupany willl~ .i" t~ m tu reonmte fzlowing Sturaw Bof neter d feniptio and qAl ei can nanfo eab tme tas? shl oee rvn
+ ''+ L I ='P' 'i' S ;mar 29--dtf .....-.-? Phihadelphia. b.o o ~ ctaettrerom~tlb ma veartile~e. ;- termse, when se si low hiiise of.any Ofn~ce i the, Palm Leaf Mats of every quality I belive nd. I am sre.... my p ,
SHars Also,.largebsiuegFRanlR 'latds.f or'mantuelsfrepa94 UnitedaStates. ...... Gentlemen'sLegh,,orn R at ,,doublebri, t believe with me, that a .
incMAhesb" J brl 67,At V. 1Nortwtha.,I&0i dhe lat ize,eemfPs oate.oI Aotuir'vsn.eLdes n Mses ainBavrad te






~ ~~'J r' i ....Z5is r I SA i A& ""'"*ILTON' f'__i== ....- ,rota 1t2 inches "by 3..0_ dow,, to the sma~llest size--all" Age. For Fyaar. -For7' years. ... .... ... ..Whole Life. nets. .B. banking system, properly checked-
t 1 -. .= -'-# 'A*B PA8H/ION A B '-"" of whlh tllZK bAH e framed to Q.der, in fashionable gilt *e~t a 4 -:' iftaIL. anrui' ,All of the above goods to be had, wholesaleand.re- and confine-d to commercial business
ililk Ne~f part. dail~y.t.A-l ddleok,-A. lMlt *ut1 -C4.;JItaJuitbclll[e3!O,_ fTralnd,rftn~a.@ti 310 pwq'cent~ le 'fhann'nny establish- 20 ot; 91 0. 96 .... -1 7 "tail,= at the lowestprices, at the above ,store, wvher, is highly beneficial and,, useful in, ,ivi
g ~i ,qrie ,p.iad..'... .. No. 2-1 Mark~t .Street, .... tit iii thesity, ly .JOiHN MI'DDLETON, Js. 125 1 00 1 12 2! 0 the pubueriberus gr'ateft4 for past favors, solicit a con- we .. woul not wish to.. nciiiz ......
ItO &, "". T"ird doorabo -a:oIecatur, sith sidePhi :-. *jj;#ljF9,.. ltE'um bja ~lara 0 1 31 ,. '1 36 2 tinuance ofthe liberalipatroniage-heretoforebestowed back to the, days. e .of babarsm. T'he
lj ,.e'ac A + 1,del h+,fhinre altanu l,antcon- .-...'L. .... 1 6 153 7. t. upon te firm. 'GEORGGE W. TAiLOR, ,...."
sad ~ a lameim tely bliot ltlidayuurg in te p&m .... .i p'JI e _' JO WJ"V j" 3T+ ..
.i-- is-.f ''sn e~ae a at 'caret3 of Fa~hlon .. .. 4. 16......... LE IS B. TAYLOR... h or m n yte It. e
.4 ,A .aT r40 ;of rr d ... .... '. 6 ,-. *209 4 60 ".. .. -oa er e, theo G E t ... tion is the life of trade. We have
Thee -Ba lBond.n kaAsMwnthr, roughin", Corne a o ve C a eS,, e,, n'.' 2tMi 3a _. N. .--tentthe E aLD Ste B),. uproot all the banks a ,,,, e,
The ctin eroh ,o ts an uphonthe e_-9h ls essi g fente t e i i tes ; P s,, T o Es andt'Marktp' str..ow a aeahe

pImvetry lt ,ds~tI~ ,~ '1ws f, t,rM an ronpa l, anogta d 019 th[inae r -so -, N .... T ,- know us. .ts.he..e.
us ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~~. .' ... .. dt g $ f sdi e tl t h e t i t Y.I .... ..n s t
7=;e atNo. 51 Cesn 2QO ~r.- wigle Plets and tale "pyahb Die Areevl. etniv sormn-o o









': .. ..,,M i.e..,...J .. ..Caol-ne -.i,.----A t y +,-ti:i-o,'sumor.m.. SlES, ,W-lsiflgeaO- ad: sqs.ekesrowR i. .oadt~upsihedownand tese kw
-cam.. hat 4, New- n.~e '" e l al:"ntll,. 'at eqith er periods oftime;..ak aa .-F -. -;' .-.. ." uproot, All we ssk is to effeetttuli
. sak taeahby,+tosel Ne .....a =. TInSd. ia+d Croton- are ,. onfine th5Imlt9o tr, honest and pro
,4 .,,l a .. mn,t ideirao ~ p+t-ti e la~ he+DELA. Cotn.Oiti, -. [l]~o,. urga _' immtno~dy h il. f ome eta hudrsrmt em. t reas oth
.Gl.......DCOAL COMPA N RICHARDS ., I

il ..+l4dmvmle m o t rat e ob t)aktau Ac s' m o~ e ttleo this bo reeraid
ctirn,.and, ,emove.theaexcitemeatlth.t
,.2 n L1A efjara sight ,* the ofCpt4AdiA.ahykilcony, Nwjris'- Ohiasotgenerally, 19 GitrA' ifeI ns'~tuirenI-A. ntmft' n r e twreendtia oberpny, the ioresedPotDpoi,
I~~~,f ---------IV oXo~tt~olbrlgtt'qrsSo ayad c~r~l, NwQ~as.M pCAN ICSf & TRade lphi in eliirae 'b te Raut ci vdCmae&n h hlaeoi.Wltig oseuneo h mrpra


ti !~n~5 ~~ -~. -sold orashippeodby the Lompany m :. A11.tnorFaoA i is,--- ors rrse Ylonn-heSad
^ *^*S^^ '^ s~~~~~~s %^'%s~~~~~i..p7irgnia os.-rif. Doubloos, Sv.tijn,o> G' w cwa^ ^" '*, B &Dir^'Toso, r~ .^ r ri
,Vl evef l _.i4ns. Ni l..dti n Mqmtain ja, restalled in Phkudelpiapieleaded : ighest" price for Doubloons, Sevetr!gns, Gu es a- .,der l t af he Directoma.-v'O o t
best. i.qt~tL .t. lripati J.OeusS'ilI9, the Company's wharf, 2d below Market Street Bridgdt anfjt ,IftydW4t ._ d. j' p nOv 3O---3ta-tg Secretary. petitioners to the legislature some Iwe
~~ ~ # 4% h m* A t m 0 1 _a, lhi. n c n ,.m e u o01111140 [f e 18p a n i h M e xi c a n a n d A m A o, a o u t j a ri#U ~ v ~ .. a s a o f r 'a h r s o
la Nw mea ) .... ""..p *' erected extensive sheds to prepare and. deUv r ,fffboA* aadrrtl. h ". .. g '. carter of incorpor
li-i tli4,bept* d fwldat thie f, vla l~I W OSfD JttBE f(iTE W. a mH&$ thon ie to p e j 1ka LA. wa. o...d, A
;1 U ', fllM Ea gAg t. 8Ow t tnd CaeW .Vra eand e"aer ecripti onofS wcks;'B .gotlte i. .. ... *, 'Si o..iaep a hhaf tberoeo n pand in t hgl .e l ..f
fl^^ S^ ^ 't^&^ ^i^ ^ Reath, corner 8th and Wal t. the Broker's Room. yr i- ru e btrt o lot, o n a,,,,, .. ,, soon fel i ntot the common error, t
..hth n nd r k et.. o p t ar Y d ... .. -s w l aThe dersi-toned w nll his office, o n fe io e o mfu n e rro r ,
Ta in g pn- 4 1 ~ p .j ? e eeJ~m go tia ~l N teP.WU m e l dp-ocutbd y4a4 y e i a t ~ ~ h ~ ~ p e v, et e ~ t ~ -~~sn e h r f is f n s t r ~ r
Ge.rg. corner 12.vp, akth n akL ,"12 on Pldge -'of- ihn je.W doc lcetet vryatenoifom1aeldnnn o teprpsoofhevo
At.oedsge4Alley, And at the Office of the Company. U-Seah Third The ,Hikbeat Ri&ti of !flt'ier0t Nt L;ompuy arm ealing of calling the antionof se.--JMTHL,- pesoiisedo sflisiu
#4OMWOS1. wi tr t, !,- CUA&S,.&.W1LLIAMS, sx P#Ct(1"t ~~~1IA PWL, s.one r ivies swlltd,
~~II~tof ~ ~ no 28-df 4 Sece~a~y OR -she c~ajiunty ths liuitutinDan lWve otihethatneb ij fttt Wis n Ihe WhirClarkoimprperdmoe of usinesiis othco
lg .oK, --a l-te..> o t-e" "'- C ,m pound I te r e*r ca tft"o t ""refit of the e o- on Ia ll a :'," .. C re"e r-S' .'' o r tw o anks, but is lam entably exte
^If tAninsal ne4fn '" 2> aio ^wev~er eonl, i mT Te wilieoeeivwnteydpositard-allow tM ErtAJESSE W.n AVIS, o the CountyV many, if' not almost all the -b
lovef Ir a n oASv ---dAtfy..s-P.eson(l ience,;by JobflBWel, .W. -., ,.,d a ... o d. ofa_^ te t i,,oeB w A tdd nlhe2 tOcto- nv eraen or nine directors cont-,
AS lb dly which nodw b f ari assognment of all his EstateTor -r eeevbnshmenu andowhen the
.. .. .i o V-- it e i n d M ed ical J u rispru d en e; M e m bero r th e 'C oNA A... . -o. .coa e t se inter-me-. It thenf tbe d epou tor, o n wcc no in there stt the be t of s h o f is e d om aft ee i e. T -
vspc itsv ay A Ae i a e i a i et d y frome offi ce hours aid fro m 9 o'clock, A M .
- e e rh n ,- Philosophical Society, & c. T hins day pTnd .... .0& P'P "H E. r"1.r M ., till 8 i P A, the dataoulland-drasthefuns ofthebank Ibmpi
S aS.d. *S^ sl laNE. P. DEAN. fOr"-t iteaVn'r ohl'et,Sy "- N r tE OT rof orid iW4 Racea ts. e*fic o wti-pw .fi 4,-, -' .- entire release of their -claims;the said Creditor will ploy them in shaving the people, wh
,48;,,.L ABRXBGT0N & HAED FEBRUAR B notice of the saine, as hey may see othassign- system, of oppr ion and gablng
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ayW 6m^ mSthr^ jf^e^gj O''^^yf by -.S~t ^^ r -,^. .. IW Lt y ~ *UW^Irt. P~IlWi s^ T ^--ure remalt i -ach unhallowed abum
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tA 'O~susi~ F w~Sar, IL liniteii4.umwgw:u
*aB~~elcen eS^ ^^1 Aib^ Wasp~iettton tenheiffe^W ^U~e^ ra;e ftl -' -ChtflWa P4&ittfM, *i CII Orto~thsiEn|tont -r .we are hounrd to persist with our
Ret-~n owtp-Iww f w Slisty ;ww2y
v135?^^Sifr : Nb Waansiltruer.hewthewnedlifld'rmay vsu ajalcj.^atSmDrTmsWD^es at lltn^h1h k-?pI JStn'sn~ame eb I' Phladelphia,.3w. 4,1837 ptiwe shall have provided a whole.
B o ot.f r- h a i .Ie s a wl ad re t a il. D r u g g ts, ane t n l v i n .Ta .. L ..i. .r .f- o r. ... a t. M. . Me e n .. .. .. ..,- I
SEd{itSda. vom e- m9,-dtr ( Copy from tae En4orsmen n nthe ond. sati and -addifio to buiin expire on
lohn qctIi, '* a 1 "Eatead inrthe oif thofethe'M court foopa t t
UBAi.&AiI.ofAi tA Proeeo^rffwi4osra of Arie u long_ by--d e -- ttnc]lS -e b et
Psafe oou s p sa p lrn = t hsmtorinsel ew 4 p'e ta li h d ep s m ti6" Iyon ce ti ~ h
WINNMI. oss bX!:! t~q !9*10W Wiio"'sac-


NIAN.
artin, Esq.
,a; in the State
Banks, on the
d to the amend-
as county, (Mr.
d do no good,
Siti was entirely
Wtte more than a
). But he was
the amendment
round, and if it
of ans an excuse
gentleman from
believed all con-
nclusiye, impe-
Id e a check tt
escfibc bound.
arlessly marct,-
dmenti Merely_
wholesome re-
iing more than
ood and clever
3 do. It is my
iat much more
ag so,0i I shallI
)f the banking
to be its cor-
it nmy duty to
ear them from .i
aintt them on
o in periodicals e
'this common-
hearing of my
t of this hall, a
3 constituents,
of vindicating
is. I shall do
ugh it be to me
effort.
y objections ton
he Convention
of the seventh r
r, (nearly fifty a
ies should re- 1
the Stats had a
e was but one
ly different is
then, is highly
when hundreds
of the whole_-
itement exists7
ry where upon
ion of the sub-.
produced and tl
opposition. We is
act odi the 10th J
-we were turn-
yet ready to n
d that nothing P
shall do more d,
lal enactment di
e the currency tc
.1 enough as it eo
e'1"
e? th
see how the th
corruption in th
et me invite g<
by the corn-
sion of 1828- P6
officer of the M
ink of Penn- so
of which is U
sn officer of Hi
ople, actually F.
day, and that m
A princely Co
id yet we are
ary, and that
i believe for a
a transactions 1
is? Certainly J
ay for three m8
ary course of wi
could only be aa;
roper exercise ch
and managers the
ate, and fair ab
etestable and ve
g, or rather an
re, who does tw
inking opera- of
and thorough drc
constitutionall his
:h destructive eli
oal constitu- U.
ell regulated 10
and guarded, MI
transactions,
I society, and se<
ielves and go sb-
credit system mc
tables him to .
, an~compe. G(
no desire to 01
cityy upside co0
who do not
* which turn
do desire to
Iv check andl
per course of A
-s why we
em no harm. t
I vexed sues-
'ow prevails A
dl illegitimate ^


it the, banks
as one of the
elve or fifteen f
ation for the- ,
nd, t"e bank Fu
ed fairly, and- Od
tution; but it 9
by loaning a
who used the
I the notes of r
source of op- .
ion; atd this
fined to one 1
ndedi ,to ery
banks. Some
ol all bank. C
se man. as- W
of doors, and at
yes, and em-
at is it, but a
What poe-
from such a v
ker grow rich
isolation and
nd the honest
-man, are the
Ps. 1 think, A
atamendmnen'ts "
same remedy. ,
or, about the
most violent
emark of the
RAS.A N .,._< A


v(i. ~so


--- ... !- W A
destruction, butihe true sow'ee" of su afty The
honest yeoman and the sturdy mechanic a6 they
who in all times are the firm ind true sujipprtere
of equal rights. Let him then go to the lft3 nmon-
sions of the privilegevd order-but,.I would may
nothing harsh, I will leave him ther-the gentle-
man from Indiana (Mr Ca0k) has |aid "they have.
-dyspepsia." .".- ~* .. <-.,-.

Horses taken tio Wft-tIr
,| Horses will beaetin wli-nter, or
M pasture, for any lews f.hne, 't 75
oHents per wek, tunil winter, and then
ljV y theyy will be pit insetab. al fed on
-A f ,,hay at $I per wk; they wil .be
turned out on the meadows, where hte ireiood pa.
ture, every fine day, and put in at nights. Th:eywill
be perfectly safe as they cannot be stolen,' and 'triet
attention paid them. SAML MURDOCK,
Near the Bell Tavern, Darby Road, five m iles be
low Market street Bridge. oct 23-di*
E D U CATI O "f ":
;.T-HE Obscriber devotes hAS timse and calte 'ecluf
sively, to the education of a limited ausbr o-
Boys; therefore, each boy can receive the mo uIn.
cid instruction upon every branch of education pur-.
sued. His small number of boys, long expetftnce-
and attentive applition to the duties of his profes-
sion, will enable hinto give every *tts_*fi to the-
instruction of each of his pupils, adto advanet them
as speedily as patrons may desire, i a6 d:etng-
lish Commercial and Mathematical educqtdoApvthe
two former include all the elementary and practical
branches, as Rt edjg, ,Writfng; Defining Mental and
Practice 1 Arithmeetic, Geographby Mist" r Grammar,
Rhetoric, Elocution, Book-keeping, bl singlee or don.
ble entry, and all Auxiliary Books, Bills ixetaage,
etc., together with the latter, which includes k'ift e
elementary and practical branches of Mathematit, as
Natural Philosophy, embracing Geometry of, Meon,
Hydrostatics, Hydraulics, Pneumatics, etc.; 'A]Kra
Geometry, Plane and Spherical Trigowmmter th
their application to the practice of Navigatau 9rd
Nauical Astronomy; Mensuration, Survey nqpag.
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A few additional Studeflt can-be accoBmo4,d.
Parents, Guardians, etc., wifi'do well by teatiing he
nmerita and pre-eminence of this school prll to
entering elsewhere. t r.e o..Y .
Circulars, exposing th plan of the uchqlo, tqrfBand
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Vine streets; No. 318 north Sixth street. -...I ,
nov 18-stf J., MA4EiA,-
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Stop Thief -I,'"
FIVJ HUNDRED DOLLARS REilWAR&A *
i ANAWAY from Natchqz, daring m,
It sence, on the 7th or 8th October, a a.
an calling himself A. R. WILKINS, carrmn}
ith him, as near as can be ascertaInd, two tl9?u-
nd dollars and upwards; stol1 from tb Wirork
lest of the store of A. B. CARTEH& (o.,i ikfw elh
e said Wilkins was the Clerk. Said Wikij'ih
>out 25 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 iie mia hoi~ h
>ry light ciWptvxhkti, ,Hgtit 0 i A. ttT^|GW.. -
a blue eyes, large sharp nose and 01lcp.n,
vo artificial teeth in front of the uppnta 1M0k"
r his head large, and4jipe hi. bis ..,oev .
ressy and da*-yiak ib'envral 41wa ,, ba
is head a li4f to o side, and me ak e.r
lightly higher than, the other. ,... ,., i '
The money cannot be accurately deminlih4nslim "
State Bank bills, 10 or lSi W rmhig# "
10 dollars in silver, and the principal MB t:.'v
ilsissippi litnk bills. y,' u .
$250 will be paid for ,he app bmWiM.
curity of the thief in amy jail in hfirte
that he can be brought to puniah4q
ore for the return of the money stolen. = ,
Said Wilkina lepNatohezon bosrd the steamer
general Gaines, and was last ee.a j.i fy ..
hie, on the 24th of October lat. R u .he.
rjectured that he has gone eatwar,, '." "" = '
A. B OARtTliR *UD.
Natchez. Nov. 14, 1887. &M0-^W K .
To I e. '. ..
&'WHARF to Lettin Kex ,agteBma d
k Bridge. Apply to ,ta *^
.... lR SLJ.ii RaIpIOKR. '
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,dia t ay, Deremb 1837.

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S for pOublic documents.

f. Report of the Post Master General.-The facts
s' ta in the Post Master General's Report, which
we publish this morning, speaks volumes in refei-
enceto the management of that department, awd
th" direotmes and sententiousness with which those
fots are announced, might be imitated by all who
write m-Ply for the info ion of the public.

OCOWe are unavoidably compelled to postpone
mor qa f-tbe proceedings of the Reform Cqn-


S PRESIDENTIAL TROUBLES.
For short time after the New York elections
1the opposition were in a remarkable good humor
with each other.' They kissed; and embraced, and
,i ed .felicitations-they had simultaneous ju-
-/ im, d eineident bonfires and cotemporaneous jol.
ims MThey seemed to be animated with one
a, onem thirst, "pi stomach, roaring ye as weree
S in m irnrmpniottq shout, and doing all things for
A s, mmuet with unity that might have put
t-, U*C and Ei to the blush. But unluckily or
S federal whiggery, there is that in its composition
hi e ptehv*tiall c!eoricord except under the grind-
46 g prwos of disaster. Our enemies seldom pull
l e bertb', unless they are in full retreat. The first
p.l. a success breaks them up into little indepen.
A* i fi- quads-predetory bands of free companions,
Swheetrggle over the face of the country each un-
Sc dr a separate leader, each with a separate object.
A striking exemplification of this .j to be foutd iri,
the present position of the fede'ilihig jourmas of
thecity of New York, who are noiw bOsioring ebh
e a wiv vigor and a fereen", aaich only be-'-
.i0le oidI war and dornestd-sontions.
S& Enqurer and Tlie Star are pour-
-0 -. i ok ioto each other, the caM ofquar-
'+ tf3 .tbe .e_.tive claims of Weli'a er., ncClay
"+, ". iafliie|| na ton. tbe. .morerRll
sm and monarchy," and
116 0.. Joor ,Q erce deals an occasional sly
blow at both Co er and AFr. It is" altogether one
-f.fAthe mostremarkable specimens of union and
harmony that has ever fallen under our notice, and
AMe Mw of pacification are likely to prevail, the
dof "Harry of the West" being satisfied that
SItlrrWebster's adherents are determined to pack
lh wNational Convention," and, if possible, to
S em'.the gotleman from Massachusetts" down

S 8amubeh fr New York-but the belligerents in
tltq1W wl should remember, that whether the
"r4q 46Cu rier.clique" prevail, there
a>nWi ets'- tO. be consulted. The Harrisonites
1 flNilvani.a are vot'to be trifled with, and if
a tttApli jckes them off the cdftrse are continued,
i s w nd powerful ptrty in the quarrel is to be ex-
#, id. Tke supporters of the "available" are neither
4 d104 norboken in spirit. What say they to the
j .. o~~ipiannouaeement from the New York Eve.
o f.Wednesday-what say Mr Clay's
El, rissdboisS.
'** AB q. trive cegpondence has bean opened,
"~ 'ili M rikL the promlnent men in this State, but
" ,tfg |r4la~d te.'iR favor of that gentleman, (Mr.
? Si i ittees of corrmpondence 'were
a. ^flieuufl~ltf dramphlets written--
..II1M 9 III ',dafr soeet -powerlorgani,.
'?'"".-" lBi -RhlbtiR tllebt and hi wealth, Wprogress-
':'." / r-oughout the U ,1en, in a quiet manner, to
S' '^. i StSlilon with the friends of Mr Webs)er.
1 Mk dane Jllb the friends of Mr Cley were
ii > *ullH'dSlhing to suslain his claims, or do justice to
; Nu ut~em the compliment paid tA him by
1'.+. llllkh 4a~r 1his delivered speech at Niblo's was
i"!1_ y Gmitted by the gentlemen charged with


S*'" O**'^-' OASTGUAWD.
"\ "* ltekt.'l thelthe bill authorising the Presi-
' Mi psrt of the naval f0rce to cruise off
,.41'a-ibre.lief of vessels in distress, passed
*' 1 14.. 'lyThursday. iIt ha4.previously passed"
t F ,'W bllk Iat tn .ni.aw. The primp-
-, "' > 1 ', -". .--t
:+ J is commends.


. "* ,aa ??. / ';i- '''- "'* -.
If iatI fyk kg, says the Globe, to see thibe health
p: fttCu resristored, atd that he is able to r.
'A* ilatdi Fn tlh Senate. Protracted indisposi.
&.wuuned hie attendance throughout the called
s- u. The rumor of his resignation grew out of
... l-ap heaimo ttiki4& health would not be firm
im to e rter oa the duties of his station. We
g .q.his own asecont and the cause of the de-
r that it hba proved otherwise.
L .^ : ",. ,-.


: &f ,--ifii a b10 has been introduced in the
If:,n ,o r Hf p "ibritiog ,the circulation
g- die oo noe" illftally issued by the Bank of the


^ ]', ph1,u--W regret to learn that
I ; ,: .. bftite 4iogsiahed- PjIysician and Sur-
1'; I Is* Poessoi ih the Medical School pf
ft e m \ jsujy of Penneylnnihia,died yesterday, in
&s qTl h.r of hi& fp. This eminent professor
e l- r6ik heal.kthf many years. The
.... f of& s 4lCollege hail been suspended until
4 oat a qIow1q1en >if the event.


F e till continues
-' s .tHp-Jetaond with proper exertions,
ll6ilr plt-out the season.


throughout the country are preparing themselves
for an early. resumption of specie payments; and it
must be evident to ever reflecting mind that Trea-
sury not4s, bearing per cent interest, are more
valuable in the vault'of those Banks which are in-
debted to the Government, than -specie which pays
no interest at all. A-
To individual capitalists, so long as specie com-.
mands a high premium, Treasury notes may not be
desirable; but as specie and bank paper approxi-
mate in value, notes based an the credit of the Do-
vernment, and bearing 6 per cent. interest, will
doubtless be sought after as an investment. Bear.-
ing only 4'lpr cent. interest, they could probably,
at this time, be easily exchanged in England for
specie or its equivalent.


A LITTLE LATER FROM LONDON,
By the packet ship Montreal, Captain Grifflg,
which sailed from Portsmouth, Nov. 6th, we ha r
London (Sunday) paper of the 6th,-with dates ai
little later than by the way of Boston.
The Duke of Northumberland has given 300
to the fund raised for erecting national monu-
ment to Wellingtop.
Great. and splendid preparations are going on for
the reception of the Queen, on the occasion of
her Majesty's intended visit to Guildhall.
A great dinner is to be given to O'Connell att
Stockport. Two thousand persons are expected toI
sit down.
The East India Company has granted 20,000
to he Marquis of Wellesley. I i
Knowles's new play, The Love Chase, is im-
mnensely popular at Liverpool. The author was called I
out upon the sixth night of its performance, and 1
received with three loud huzzas. He announced
his intention of retiring from the stage as an actor 1
and devoting himself entirely to dramatic writing .
The water broke into the Phamws Tunnel again, 1
on the morning of November 3d, and one qE tbe
wnrlrman }lat hia lifa ha athers ia' r n ina i.


To the Editors of the Pennsylvanian:
The whole of the session in Senate was consom-
ed to-day in discussing the bilt-making certain ap-
propriations.
Mr Strohm offered an amendment to the bill di-
viding the different items, and appropriating $100,-
000 each to the North Branch Canal, Erie Canal,,
and Gettysburg Rail Koad.
Mr Peltz moved to amend the amendment by in-
serting after Gettysburg Rail Road, "an amount
sufficient to pay the debts already incurred."
This amendment produced a lengthy discussion
between Messrs. Cassat, Darragh, James, Barclay,
Peltz, and Leet, and was finally agreed to.
Mr Carpenter then called for a division of the
question, so as to allow a separate vote on the dif-
ferent items.
The two first appropriations were passed-Ayes
30; Noes 1. The' Gettysburg appropriation was
negatived by 14 to 17, as follows:
Ayes--Messrs. Cassat, Darragh, Fraley of Phi-
ladelphia, Harper, James, Michler, McConkey, Mil-
ler of Philadelphia, Paul, Pearson,. Purviance, Ster-
rett, Strohm, Burden, Speaker-14.
Nays-Messrs. Barclay, Caldwell, Carpenter,
Casey, Frailey ofSchuylkill, Fullerton, Irvin, Kelly,
Kingsbury, Leet, Miller of Berki, Myers, Peltz, Por-
ter, Rogers, Sangston, Snyder-17.
An appropriation for this road of $200,000 was
procured in the bill to charter the United States
Bank two years ago. Its friends, Mr Stevens and
others, now contend that the faith of the state is
pledged to complete it, even at a cost of $3,000,000.
By this vote the Senate has not only shown that
they are disposed to stop further appropriations to
the work, but have shown their disapprobation of
those in charge of the work for prosecuting it
without authority, and on tie presumption that the
Legislature would sanction the proceeding.
In the House, Mr McElwee offered a resolution
instructing the Committee on Banks to inquire
into the expediency of reporting a bill fixing a time
for the resumption of specie payments by the
Banks, with such other provisions as will insure a
sound and stable currency; and that the committee
have power to send for persons and papers, and
that the special committee appointed on the 12th
inst. be discharged from the" further consideration
of the subject.
Mr Reed offtred to amend by inserting the fol-
lowing: ",Thatt thO temmittee or DAnks he instruct-
ed to inquire-fitio the expediency of hbcingipg in a
bill compelling 'te Banks to teaulme spocie pay-
ments on or before the fi rst Monday of February
next; the same bill to provide such restrictions on
the present system of Banking in this state as may
promote the interests of the state and the happiness
of the community." The amendment was discussed
at length by Messrs. McElwee, Reed, Stevenson,
Watts, Johnston, Espy, Karns, Wilson, Gilmore,
Dimmick,'and Hopkins, and was finally agreed to
--Ayes 65; Noes 32; and the resolution as amend-
edB was agreed to----Ayes 55; Noes 42.
Mr Hopkins then moved to discharge the select
oomnnittee of nine appointed on the 12th inst. which
motion was not determined when the House ad-
Journed.

STOCK MARKET.
The amount of stocks sold at the Board yester.
day did not reach $900. A sale of $650 Treasury
notes was made at 1 J per cent. prem. Treasury
notes bearing six per cent. interest will be issued
in a few days. The Secretary of the Treasury is
endeavoring to get specie in exchange for them,
but he will find that the people are not quite so
destitute of sagacity as he is. Any man who gives
specie for Treasury notes, bearing six per, cent. in.
terest, loans his money at a half per cent. per an-
num. He could sell his specie for 51 per-cent.
prem., and invest the proceeds in undoubted secu-
rities, (much better than a bankrupt Treasury.)
which would yield him 6 per cent. interest.
To the Editor of the Pennsylvanian:
The above is from the "Commercial Herald" of
yesterday. A few days since the Secretary of the
Treasury was severely censured by the NationalI
Intelligence for having issued Treasury notes
bearing only 2 per cent. interest, and, now forsooth,
he is condemned by the Herald because, as that pa-
per avers, he is about to issue "notes bearing 6 per
cent. interest !"
Treasury notes bearing 2 per cent. interest, it
will be perceived from the above extract, were sold
at the Board of Brokers on Wednesday, at LI per
cent. premium. Now, if notes bearing 2 per cent.
interest command 1 per cent. premium, it is not
difficult to estimate the valu3 of those which shall
bear 6 per cent. interest. "' -
Treasury notes, it will be recollected, are receiva-
ble at all times, (prinrlpal and interest added,) in
payment ofdues-to the Government. It will also .
be borne in mind that the late Deposite Banks are
at this time indebted to the Government more than
six millions of dollars, payable in the constitutional
currency of the country, but for the payment of
which Treasury notes are made equivalent to
specie. Now it is well known that the Banks


ing) and being surprised at the statement here, I Cake
the liberty of giving you the facts as I apn acquain-
ted -with every thing that has taken place there
within the last few days.
The first symptoms of disturbance at Toronto
occurred on Monday evening, when it wasdiscov-
ered by the'burning of Dr. Thorn's house, and by
several who had been taken prisoners and escaped,
that the rebels to a considerable number,armed with
rifles, spears, etc. and headed by Maekenaie, had
advanced to within two miles an4 a half of the
city, purposing as they have since declared, to take
the city, rob the banks, and set it on fire. L
But the citizens. by thib toe being alarmed,
armed themselves as they best could, and advanced
to meet them, upon which the rebels retreated back
to Yonge street, as far as Montgomery's, aboUt i
five miles out, and there made their head quarer, i
It must -be understood that Toronto was at this
time in a defeceles cqdition-th4 whole of ihe
troops having left some time for Lower Canada,
Orders were immediately issued by proclamation I
from the Adj't Gen's office, for the militia to as. I
semble under their Colonel's, and a call made on i
all the loyal men, to assemble for the defence of i
their "Queen, country a'nd constitution,"and nobly I
was the call responded to.. Old and young flocked
to the standardd of their country, by hundreds. i
S-emVbatsw entraeft st.oUeism, and Ni-. I
gar, for the militia-and volunteem. The Hut. I
Speaker McNabb, (afterwards the commander'
left Hamilton at the head of about two hundred vo- i
lunteers, on board the steamboat Burlington, on J
Wednesday morning, and Col. Ohisbolm, with as I
many militia, few hours after In a schooner. I
Companies of men f omT-avilIe, .Wlitby,Scar-
borough, and other neighbqriqg town, were op- i
tinually arriving, and on Thursday morning, up- I
WWrd of four thousand stad of arum had bee gi-
ven out. The troops intended to go in search of "
the rebels, and consisting of about 3000 men, havw I
ing all been marshalled, and reviewed by the Qov, I
ernor, were led out, about 10 o'clock, by him in
person, up Yonge street, where it was said, the ,
rebels in force, were waiting for usand with whom-
we came, up at about 12 o'clock, at Montgomery'*
tavern, their head quarters. '
They there appeed to b1 I coiderable num-
bers,-amounting toetween ivei and seven hundred i
mer, b4t from their ill cho position,it was soon I
evidteni lthArn A ^ ..nn ba an- effmital aAnxa I


Twenty-fifth Congs.!J
SECOND SESSION.

IN SENATE. ,;
r o TH.AsnDA, DO&14, *.7.
Mr PfMtonoeekis'matnthe OSnate thimorn'
ing. -,
The President communiciated reports frao the
Treasury Department and from the Seertary of
State; the former relating to the erection of light-
houses, the latter to the registry of seamen; which
were referred and ordered to be printed.
Numerous petitions and memorials were presen-
ted.
Mr Allen, on leave, offered a joint resolution pro-
posing amendments to the Constitution of the
United States, relating to the election of President
and Vice President of the United States. Read
twice, and ordered to be printed, and referred to
a select committee o( nine, to be appointed by the
'Chair.
The bill to remit the duties on certain goods de-
stroyed by the great fire in Ncw York, was read
a third time; and on motion of Mr Roane, (Mr
Wright assenting,) was laid for the present on the
table.
THE EXPUNGING RESOLUTION.
Mr Bayard rose, and said that at the last regular
session of.Congress he had presented the resolution
of the State which he had the honor in part to re-
present, against the defacement of the journal by.
what has been commonly called the Expunging
Resolution, and a't that time gave notice that he
should at the ensuing session, and so long as he had
the honor of a seat here, contend against that mea-
sure. When he gave that notice, appearances
were much against the probability of success, but
the dawn of a brighter and better day had broken
upon us, which led him to hope the accomplish-
ment of his purpose was near at hand. The Se-
nator from Pennsylvania (Mr Buchanan) had, in
the benevolence of his feelings, when he (Mr Bay-
aid) announced his intention of introducing a re-
scinding resolution at the last session, expressed
the hope that he might live to see its adoption,
meaning, no doubt, to bestow upon him a length-
ened term of existence, if not an immortality in the
same spirit of complaisance in which a Spaniard
wishes you may live a thousand years. But, Mr
B. said, he should be very sorry to have his Ife cut
short as speedily as it was now probable that event
would occur.
The resolution he presented was merely to re-
scind the expunging resolution, without professing
to express any opinion on the merits of the original
resolution of 1834. He contended against the
right of expunction, and his purpsoe was solemnly
to disavow that principle. He moved that the re-
solution which he now presented might be laid
on the table, and printed for the use of the Senate.
Mr B. then offered his preamble and resolution.
Mr Buchanan, in reply to Mr Bayard, said he
thought the gentleman desired a very long exis-
tence in this vale of tears, it he wished to live till
the resolution presented by him should be adopted
by this body. He had said that he would notr be
content to die so soon as this object should be ac-
complished; but though Mr B. wished him long
life and prosperity, he could not desire him to live
so long, unless endued with perpetual youth. The
gentleman says the dawn is breaking upon him.-
There are indeed some flitting clouds resting upon
our prospects in the North; but hope is beaming on
us from the sunny climes of the South. He and
his friends are encouraged, and I would let them
hope on, but, unless I am much mistaken, there
will soon come a killing frost from the North that
will extinguish all their hopes. Mr B. said he
should not have made even these few remarks on
the subject, had it not been for the gentleman's al-
luding to a playful remark of his own,
The resolution was laid on the table, and ordered
to be printed.
The Senate then adjourned till Monday.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The bill from the Senate to authorise the em-
ployment of national vessels for the relief of dis-
tressed vessels coming on the coast, which had
yesterday been read twice, was read a third time,
and passed.
(It wants only the signature of the President to
become a law.]
Numerous petitions and memorials were pre-
sented.
On motion of Mr Ewing, of Indiana,
Resolved, That the Committee on the Militia be
instructed to inquire into the expediency of autho.
rising the appointment of suitable aad competent
military inspectors, to muster and train, and disci-
pline the commissioned and non-commissioned mi-
litia officers of the seAeral States, in field encamp-
ment-sixty days of year; and paying said officers as .
cadets are-now paid, during the periods of their
instruction in camp.
Several bills were then reported from the stand-
ing committees, read twice, and committed.
The House adjournd.

LATEST FROM UPPER CANADA.
.7
The annexed statement from the Buffalo Com-
mercial Advertiser of the 9th inst. contains the la-
test advices from Toronto, which it wi I be sean,
are iy thing but favorable to the insurgents. 'It
does not appear thai they were at any time in pos-
sessiop of the town.
BUFFALO, Saturday, 4 P. M.
To the Editors of the Daily Commercial Adv.
Gentlemen-Having arrived here last evening
from Toronto, (which place I left yesterday morn-


was


3,380,847 75


Excess of revenue over expenditure $756,208 84
The increase of the whole year was 20j per
cent. over the revenue of the preceding year, pro.
during $228,8t4 59 more than was estimated.
Detailed statements with estimates for the com-
ing year will be laid before Congress in obedience
to the act of 1836.
On the first instant the Department had bank
funds $430,655 57
Specie in post offices reported subject
to draft 410,662 81


Total funds on hand


$841,318 38


In consequence of the failure of Congress to re-
duce the postage at the last annual session, ar-
rangements have been made to improve the mail
service beyond the extent of the accruing revenue
so as to absorb the surplus. The career of im-
provement has been arrested by apprehensions of a
reduction of revenue, growing out of the general
commercial embarrassment; but no reduction of
the service contracted for, is- at present contem-
plated.
The following improvements hbave been made in
the time of transmitting intelligence within the last
two years, viz:
FROM NEW YORK.
S. ... 1835. ,1837.
ro Washington. D. C. 1 day 8 hours. 1 day 0 hours.
Richmond, Va. 2 13 1 13j
Raleigh, N. C. 3 22i 2 7
Columbia, S. C. 6 3 3 5
Charleston, S. C. 6 19 3 161
Milledgeville, Ga. 7 15 3 i 21j
Montgomery, Ala. 10 3 4 19 "
Mobile, Ala. 12 12 5 17 "
New Orleans, La. 13 19 6 19 "
Wheeling, Va. 3 11 2 8
Columbus, 0. 4 16 2 22,
Indianapolis, Ia. 7 14 3 19 "
Vandalia, 111. 11 15 4 151 "
St. Louis, Mo, 13 10 4 ".231
Cincinnati, 0.1 5 17 3 14 "
Louisville, Ky. 7 18 4 8 "
Nashville, Tenn. 9 20 5 6 "
Huntsville,Ala. 11 22 5 20 "
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
o MonlgomeXry, Ala. 3 days 21 hours. 2 days 0 hours.
Huntsville, Ala. 8 5 3 2 "
Nashville, Tenn. 10 0 3 18
Louisville, Ky. 13 0 4 17 "
CincinnatiO 0. 14 11 5 17 "
Columbus, 6. 16 9 6 7j "
Pittshurg, Pa. 18 5 7 "8 "
These are the results of the Express mails.-
The ordinary mails have also been expedited.
FROM NEW YORK.
To Wheeling, Va. 3 days 11 hourm. 2 days 19 heors.
ColumbusiO. 4 16 3 5 "
Cincinnatip. .5 ,, 17 4 6 4
Lou isv.1l t,7 A- ,,. 4 -" ---"
M 'mjNta,TNe..l 0 7 ,' 20
Matched Mis. -10 11 13 "
New Orleas,
La. by the
Western -
route, 17 1. 13 4 <
UticaN.Y. 1 y 0 23
Buffalo, NY. 8 ill 2 11
Burlington, Vt. 2:" 1 1 1
Haverhill, N.H 2 1 22
Concord N. 1 14
Augusta. Me.' 3 9 3 5
Of course, the whole immediate, adjacent, en
more remote regions of the Union, are benefitted
by this increase of expedition .
The advancement of the Department in other
respects ia equally satisfoetory.
In 1835, In 1837.
Posat Offices, 10,770 12,099
Miles of mail routes Under
S nontr a l rns 11,774 142,877
Miles of annual trans.. .
portation, 0 66,89,86 3288,962
Revenue, 1 r1 0 52,9 1 ,5 $.0.,137,0M
In 135, 'tIhe Departet was laboring under
an extrtArdidn 'debt of "0,0006; in 1837, it has
a surplus of $00,,00..
Effort *EW*bee *npA to organize a great mail
line foa Iwi4, Yrk, through Philadelphia, Balti-
amore, Wheela g, olu'aihas, and Cincinnati, by
and, aid dl&i '- Ofhio and Mississippi rivers,
by LouivillejtMemphhis, Helqna, Vicksburg, Nat-
chez, &c. to New Orleans. Between Cincinnati
and .Loievillia steamboat muit now run-daily;
from Louisville to N. Orleans it now, runs thrice a
week under a recent contract, end will run daily
after the first year from Baltimore to Cincinnati
the mail has been greatly epedited; and nothing
a wlting to .oonp1.tp. the plan Wnt a contract
withthe raM roadewpaies between Philadelphia
and Baltimore, of which there is a fair prospect.'
It is anticipated, that 'when thi line eliaU be in
full operation,it will be expedient to discontinue

the Express mails between Philadelphia and Cin.
cinnati', at [lPst, as lit1e q be gained by them;
ind the lgrpa* ail wifl go *Vom New York to
New Orleans by tis moute in*bot eleven days.
It is hoped the bill eoaive-e to the Irsportatiqn
a( tbe mall upon rail oads, which pawed the
penateat the last annual session, may become i
4w. It is liberal to the ril oad companies, and
would probaly emove at o "tel to making
contracts with them,.
For soe.timMs to ee he mail transportation
will be n.easl staslhay. Tb. peet CM will
greaely ince %. Tbe revenue will rapidly ad.
vanee a Soo as the eu l e mabarrawet ae
stan end. $~hal f, te lisstqpater wasat least
line per cent. over the eerresepndlag quester-u


the Col Qfernment,) has been burned at
Niagara. .lWqpr.. have been sent to Kingston
ou ThlI itun; but if she was burned, as
a nma < ie s did not go.
J- f n e (andI had it from source
"^ ,1 ) that Meso. Bidwll, RPI h,
aa at Lewipton. Th*.Oo*Sa or
has ored msp for the apprehension. of the for-
mer, and 91 00#for the latter. -, =-
SThe Toronto affair was not as serious is at
first reported But I have no time now for further
particulars, as the mail is waiting. Yours, &c.
REPORT
Of the Postmaster General.
PeaOST OlrlcE DEPATXENT, .
December 4, 1837. <
Sir-Onthe let of July last the post routes of
the United States in operation were, as nearly as
-"an be ascertsiped, 141,242 miles in extent, and
the aseifltrbnsportatiow-of the mails ,pou themi-
32,597,006 miles, viz:
On horses and in sulkeys 11,999,282
In stages and coaches 18,804,700
In steamboats and rail road cars 1,793,024
The increase of routes in operation during the
preceding year was 22,978 miles, and of the an-
nual transportation 5,018,620.
From the 1st of January next, the post routes
covered by contracts will be at least 142,877 miles
in length, and the rate of annual transportation
-upon theai.36,228,962 miles.
The number eof post offices in the United States
en the first of July last was 11,767, showing an
increase of 676 within tLe preceding year.
Theinumber of post offices established within
the year was 956, the number discontinued 280,
and the changes of postmasters 2,235.
The number of post offices on the 1st instant
was 12,099.
The postmasters generally perform their duties
with admirable fidelity and precision.
The number of contractors in the -mail service
during the last year was 1,682. Of these, 430 have
been fined mote or less for various delinquencies,
and the aggregate of fines imposed, and deductions
made, during the year, is $41.705 95.
Most of the contractors have always been ener-
getic and 'faithful, and, among the rest, there has
been, within the last year, a very sensible improve-
ment.
The revenue of the Department for the last year,
including anestimate for deficient
returns,, was $4,137,056 59
The expenditprea, including an es-
timate of demands not adjusted,


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equivalent. uodI and suver eoustittte by law
the eurrecy of the United States, and the stand-
ing regulations inform postmasters that they
will be responsible for that currency or/its equi-
Valent, and -that no credit will be given them for
depreciation of bank n tes or for counterfeits.
Before the late suspension of specie payments, the
postmasters took bank- note on their own risk,
being required to account for the legal currency.
The ten thousand collection offices remain on the
same footing still, and the -only change made by
the circular of May 13, 1837, to the draft offices,
was to prevent further deposited in banks. To
ensure greater certainty in meeting the draftA of
the Department, they were required to retain the
amount due in speie. The former regulations in
reference .to 0collectio were net changed.- The
cases whet*e pomtmasterst have been reported for re-
fusal to pay pecie on demand, are rather- violations
of law than of the regulation of toe Department,-
and are so treated.
6. "Separate statements of the aggregate
amounts left in the hands of collecting oflcers,
paid into the Treasury, and deposited in bank,
the Mint and its branches, or, other depositories,
since the date first mentioned.".
The amount left in the hands of postmasters
since the first of May,. most of which would have
been deposited in banks under the former system,
is 0544,812 87.
The amount deposited in bank, as exhibited
above, is$124,870 62.
No deposited have been made by this Depart-
ment in the Mint or its branches, or in other de-
positories, nor ha-any thing been paid into the
Treasury..
In further eInaetion of the operations of this
Department since the suspension of speie pay-
ments by the banks, it is proper to-dd, that the
notes oT those institutions, though to .moiextete
toleratedd by law in the transactions of the Go-
venmmaent.aslong as redeemable and redeemed in
gold and silver, are expressly prohibited to its use
when no longer eso redeemed, that it was in obes-
dieoe to 'te law that Departupaet, on the
suspension of the banks, took prompt measures
to prevent their recoipt and avoid thefrdisurse.
met in its. own operations; that the spesio,
olpeyment by the banks occurred in te moanth"
of May, eoe of -Uphee -moaths in which tihe quer.
terly alan.eo ede to' eotracteft chiely paid
. that the entire available a mans of'the De.
0a8t0 t for tbat. purpose wee d4u ked in tie
boaks; thet ,he*'Uoartvnt k ad i4 al-eni.
button continues. wasamie the bah, er step
p mets altogether; tht isaumebu as the banks
hat givoa A..... 2 --I .L -- -* .- .


contractor quarterly or ofeer, making about
7,000 a year, keeping the m es of books required
in this ser- itlemin.ch year the accounts of
about 2, 0 .pqmter s; and carrying on the
heavy cogwnden growing out' of these
extensive &es.
.- iHerowith. is an interesting statement of the
First Assistant, relative to mail transportation.
Ihave--the honor to be
:'Yaw y Wd1ient servant,
AMOS KENDALL.
To the President of the United States.
PoS-r OKrx c DiAPATMTXT,
S October :3, 1937.
Sir: In compliance with a resohution of the
House of Representatives, adopted on the 1st
instant, and received by me on the 5th, I have the
honor to submit the following report:
1slat.- The resolution asks for 'the balances new
- o' hand, so far scertained, to the credit of the
Department.'.
The Department has in bank, exclusive of out-
standing warrants $444,629 41
In the hands of postmasters, reported 334,580 39
779,209 80

2d. 'An estimate of the receipts and disburse-
meats during the residue of the current year.'
The nett proceeds of post offices for the quarter
ending 31st December next, are
estimated at $760,000 00
The expenditures for the same quar-
ter are estimated at 170,000 00
3d. 'The agareeate amount received- and dis-
bursed by the Department since the let of May
last, distinguishing the amount in specie from that
in other funds.'
The amount deposited in bank since
the lst day of May last, is $124,370 62
The amount reported as received by
draft offices 544,812 87
The amount received by contractors
from collection offices during the
quarter ending 30th September
last, was 237,970 38
The amount received in the same
manner during the months of May
and June, being a fraction of a
quarter,- cannot be ascertained
without taking more time than the
present session of Congress will
allon, but it is estimated at 50,000 00

Total receipts $1,057,153 87
The disbursements have been:
By warrants on banks $452,524 35
By drafts on postmasters 178,832 89
By collections from postmasters
without drafts, in pert estimated 387,970 38

Total disbursements $1,019,327 62

It is not possible to distinguish the amount re-
ceived and disbursed in specie from that in other
funds. Of the deposits in bank, it is presumed
that the greater pert was in bank notes, having
been made before the suspension of specie pay-
ments. The Department has no report of the
funds in whiae warrants on banks have been paid.
It is understood that five banks have continued to
pay its warrants in specie since the suspension,
and have so paid $28,279 62. There has also
been paid by the Bank of the Metropolis the sum
of $35,426 71 in specie, which was specially de
posited.
It is probable that most of the balance, as well
since as before the suspension, has been paid in
bank notes." If so, they have been received by the
creditors of the Department of their own choice; for
all warrants on banks returned with proof of refu-
sal to pay in the legal currency of the United
States, have been promptly paid in gold and silver.
No drafts on postmasters, draw for the purpose of
paying .balances due contractors, have been re.
turned for refusal to pay in gold and silver, and it
is not doubted that nearly the whole amount has
been paid in that currency., In that currency,
also, the collections by contractors have generally
been made. That there are many exceptions in
the ten thousand post offices from which the con-
tractors collect, is very probable; but only nine
postmasters have been reported to the Department.
for refusing to pay in gold or silver, and their
aggregate quarterly balances do not exceed $1,525.
Eight other cases are reported, involving about
t$1,600, in which bank notes had been received by
district attorneys and others for old debts due the
Department. In some of these cases, the notesr-
certificates ofdepesite have been returned, in others
retained, because there was a bad prospect of get-
ting any thing else.
4. "The regulations touching the funds to be
received and disbursed, if any, other than those
already communicated."
No regulations'not already communicated have
been issued.
5. "The instances in which those regulations
have been disobeyed or dispensed with."
In no instance have the regulations relativeto
receipts and disbursements in the, legal currency of
the United States been "dispensed with."
There is no law or regulation expressly requir-
iniU Dostmasters ta cuel.ed aoa.m in aan-ii jw it-


NZPOrTZD BY T X BOARD OF
$1000 Treasury Drafts
60 she Commercial Bank
10 do Mechanics' Bank
9 do Northern Bank, Ky. C & P
1 do Beaver Meadow R R
S do do
10 do do .
10 do de


SALES AT NEW YORK
100 shs US Bank
100 do Del & Hud Canal
135 do Harlem RR
"0 do Boston &AProvidence R R
60 do Stonington R R
40 do Utica R R
200 do Long Island R R
SPrfTI_--W. L.t.A oTAdnal.a-n


BR OKRS.
101 1
"58
501
731
653
... .. ,i


,-Dec. 14.
119j 119*
76 76i"
57 564
102
60
120*
58i
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Uaf dollars ta4*4.; -pnuB dollars -: Mexican
41a4; Patriot Douboon tA14.62.
.Tre"ashry DrAs-Wo oe them per a + paret.
discouL .
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trea-ur7oy A ot--par at d .
U t J I U ~ j ~ I 1A'
Philadelphia Beard of Trade
Monthly Committee.
JOSEPH S. RILEY, JOSEPH HAND,
SLEWIS WALN.

Fort of Philada.-Dee. 16.


ARRIVED.
Brig Otis, Nobre, fin Havana, Nov 26th,with sger.
molames, coffee,cigars, &Pc. to John F Ohl. The 0 was
towed up by the towboat Pondsylvania.
8_gmi y Davis, Bernadon, from St Jage de Cu-
ba, No# 19th with coffee, sugar, &c.-toJoh4a 4ABem-
don.
A.chr Holder Borden, Baker, 5 days fbi Providence,
with adze to Heyl & Dunham.
Sch r Protection, Westcott, 3 days fma N Yo*w with
mdze to F -.Lop. o. -4- ,: '," *- -
Behr John F Croneh, Tomlia, 2 daye fm Cape Mar.
in ballast to Captain. -
Schr Constellation, Price, 2 days fin N York, with
mdze to Armer Patton.
I MEMORANDA.
Ship-Julia, Taylor, is up at Mobile, for Havre.
Ship Beau Morgan, Thbbs,went to sea from Charles-
ton. 10th inst. for Liverpool.
Ship Georgian, .Eldridge, hence at N Orleans, 7th
inst.
Ship Archer, Marston, hence at N Orleans.7th inst.
vi TampaZBay.
.ip Elift a & SusanWebberwas loading at Batavia,
lot Sept.h
The Dsuil Webster. Storer, entered for loadig 'at
London, 3d ult for Philad.
Barque Ella Hand, Kaftleared at N Otleaus, 7th
inst. for Philad.
SBri Constitu ionGeenwent to Ma 091 Cmhartesto.
19th inst. for Philad.
Brig George Washington,Anderson, hence, was be-
low Providence on Tuesdlay.
Sehr Jas Barbour,Baker,and sloop Gen Isaac Davis,
Brett, hence at Providence on Tsqeday.
Schr Scituate, hence at N York on Thuarsday,
SchrJ Brick, Reeves, cleared at N York on Wed-
nesday, for Philad.
Schr Elixa, Cannon, sailed from Alexanmdria, lth
uinst. for Philad.
Bchr Darius, Baker, hence for Providene, at New.
Part, 12tinst.
adurWa Drown, hence at NewBedford, 12th inst.


L. aS4Ir 1 U -49mW0 CAwsk.,.-T awond
of. sapilOs.+pms-n oamu mmd o Snar y ekt
will bk 4.ljar!4 tsaw Suwlay) Kvwmag.-100
Subject, The ehauaete agd oea gf te msioirf,
mw blamed Lod. Th- wv1eww wiU e commae. -A
7 o'clock. Streages, and, cisissn ot congested
with theooi.ily, ae reapectfullyiavilt *lAutendl-
as it is.hliaVuleadtkr Aviot a unrel "i _alM


I -+ ,
LATEST PROM PLOIDA,+

Off laor TBE.QWBIZ
I A4tP 1. M.
We learn froant passegsir Irthe schr Empire.
from St. Augustaie, that a leUer received in that
4& frop 0OR. Jeap, at Fort Mellon, -*ates that
Miosaopy, Cloud, Ociuthiola,Jumper, and several
that chief, and about thirty or forty warriors, had
come in at' Fort Mellon; also a nephew of Sam
Jones, bringing a message fromphim, stating that
* he would come in and surrender if Gen. Jesup
would promise to treat him well, and apologize for
having used the Indians as cowards. Gen Hernan-
dez had just returned to St. Augustine from an ex-
pedition to the South; he discovered no Iadias.
Gen. Jesup was momently expected at St. Augus-
*ie.

.A FIRz broke out on Thursday evening, at
about half past six o'clock, in the lumber yard of
Amos JoNzs & Co. near Schuylkill Front and Mar-
ket street. The conflagration was not subdued un-
litil a considerable amount of lumber was destroyed
-rising at least to $2,000. We are glad to hear
that it was insured.-Phil, Gaz.

Spurious Copper Coins.-On Tuesday, ver-
dicts were rendered in favor of the United States,
in the Circuit Court at Baltimore, against E. H.
Merrill, for FIFTY dollars, on vivE prosecutions, for
passing away spurious copper coins, instituted -by
the District Attorney there, under the instructions
lately issued by the Solicitor of the .Treasury.-
Judgments were entered thereon. The extent.to
which this violation of the law has been carried is
scarcely credible. These spurious coins-which,
from the devices on them, and from their being'
very far below the weight they purport to be, serve
the double purpose of diffusing political slander and
Extracting a profit out of the innocent and unwary,
to whom they are illegally passed away-have
been it seems, manufactured secretly for some time
in various places, and to an immense amodnt.-
We trust the juries of other places will follow the
example set by those in Baltimore.-Globe.

PHILADELPHIA CITY MISSION.
I would gratefully acknowledge the receipt of a
"Free" Ticket in" Citizens' Omnibus Line, until
-further orders," from Mr. Z- Durkee.
If the proprietors of other Omnibuses would ex-
tend a similar favor, it might afford important aid
in passing from point to point, in my missionary
work among the sick and afflicted, &c.
THOS. G. ALLEN, Gen.. Agent,
No. 14 Jefferson Row, Lombard, above 9 th s

DIED.
On Tuesday, 12th inst. at 1 o'clock, P. M. CORNxLI-
us R EVANS, in the 35th year of his age.
His friends are requested to attend his funlal., on
Sunday afternoon next, at 1 o'clock, without further
notice, from the residence of his sister, Mrs Anna Ma-
pother, in Harrowgate Lane, near Frabkford.
On Friday morning, at 6 o'clock, HaNar, son of the
late John and Ann O'Neil, in the 5th year of his
age.
Th friends ofthe family are p.$icularly invited to
attend his funeral, (without further notice) from the
residence of his mother, No 126 S. 4th street, on Sun.
day afternoon, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
On the 15th inst. of dropsy, SAMUKL FazE, aged 60
years.
His friends and relations are respectfully invited to
attend his funeral, from his late residence, No 35
Bread street, on Sunday, at 12 o'clock.
On Thursday morning, the 14th inst. WILLIAM K
son of Peter and Fietta Sieger, aged 2 years, 5 months
and 7 days.
The friends and acquaintances of the family are re.
spectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the resi-
dence of his father, No 285 N. 6th street, this after-
noon, at 2 o'clock.
On Thursday,the 14th inst. WM T SMiTrH, Attorney
at Law, aged 33 years.
His funeral will take place from his father's house,
near Darby, on Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock. As no
special invitation will be issued, his friends-and those
of the family are requested-to consider thisas an in.
vsattion to his funeral.
In Washington City, on the morning of the 8th inst.
Mrs FRANCOEs ANN CLIFTON, daughter of the late Wil-
liam Clifton, of PhiladelphraAnd sister of the late Mrs
Wharton.
In Paris, France, on the 28th of Oct. D FANxLIN
HULMZ, M. 1D. youngest son of Thoee Hulme, of Phila-
delphia, formerly of England.

SALES 0 F STOCKS.
Dec. 15th.


LITERARY WRO( I.
CONTEIS of he SATZ
ILT1ERARY OAZ TE &
1837- .. .
Confessions and Qpini'm ofRij.b Readems, by (ap-
tain Marryatt, C. B
Recordsofa Stage Veteran-Cerieiuw motive in' a
Murderer.
The Stranger I met at my Ob.To, a Ta f it
of W ight. 't-. *
A Dinner in China-School of Art&-Proceedigs
of 25th Coungre .
Synopsia of the Metssgef
sylvania Legislatume, *-
Referm Conwntlon, Sketches oSp!ehm 1 e-1 se.


'lrBe itandiqUein~anut~ehes ~i~I meee fk~
neraml Assembly.
Hem- U"ae, -by Grace .n~oi 403-#1.
-Tb Oltd CmusAodeto by Ue umbif "9i1* 1M
RoeAe llr.,, o "- .. ; -.fr ^ 0A; A '..'.
Chariott do MontIbOwmeI, a Tete if PheFfm6
Chronicles. by Agnes 8heekismi. .-, '+
To ma x l",r Lnea by Min CynH.- H &m .
who perished in the sad Sad meiaco1ly wrke iy o
"Home," which were given to her bolmi'sa hjurs
before shb embarked on her &tal j m. -
Remarkable '%Thougt, [cap .iw' taIt 'qov.l
Eraest Malttaveon. .,.
- Mr. nklinn-Tk MM "
The CoMper!tive B y of
Parody on BaRrt Crawriu'*e Peim b I NOW
See." .. =_ :.= ...
With aump.e upp. e AeAdeS .m
rine, Domestic andOerskN*S, tiW-jw l'
omesio -. 4-i
Ana- SchmewLpeio, *QOItlle;y sq16is -
Litofewy ftoel, M4C4ls-1 A*s''i *>
dee *oti' k .- W~tePl~l


_+ i. .. .i + _^ i. y,. PTAv "-Wm
Making appropriations for xipsm incident tftAdi
pseenriug and fittB<[_- th'iai- Vuif- msH r
the use of the State Convention. .
DE it eonvsed &ad enatd en ad ebPJti.
iUdelfiafi in 80166t amd Gi-MQCoaeCl& VA-!
eombled. That the Gemmi em m p eMWM,
and they are hereby authmorise, Wai anyuIn
of moauy heret6&re appi-oa .the.Wfke
Msad eommitaea, th.,opeeN. epseideetst Ithe prcum;
ring and fitting Bp of lBia"ft4(.NlamiasT dm.
Society for the use of the (Qvsmiv'fAr: sas
altevtMiMtEe Camrtim6 aofd trsmapi
Enacted late oa ui ma imm p'uf.u
detpia, ai 16t' Jo Dcem~aubb, ft *



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the foll qt p4 u I. I- to
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JAMRS m4AND8 LN U
For Norfolk & City Point, VI.
T. TMr, ._rneA. .,
he line sloop LEO, A. MeOtey. mr.,
will receive freight until 4 o'clock, uness
sooner full. For freight apply to -
JA MES ItJXVD,
dec 16-d 58j south wharves.
JAMES HANDS LINE.
For.,avannah, Ga.
ThiA Day.
The A I line packet schr JESSE M. JUS.
TICE, Captain McLaughlin, will continue to
receive freight until Saturday, unless sooner full, at
Morton's wharf, below Walaut street. For freight
apply to JAMES HAND,
ec 16-41, i W Wa!15.
'JAME&' WAf$ LUtd/
For New Orleans.
AMK The A 1, *MWre liie barieCO&ACK,
Il Capain W. C Iark j now re";-ig freight .
at-Mcrton' wh !Zty hird lol W Jn and .
having a considerable plprt erchi ehagl a g nd
on boarn wft n.w *%it.hc .VsJ
will be taken 10 par cuitL M than any other line, or
passage, apply 'to JAMES HAND,
dec4-d ; 51outh wharves.
The C. will not b lad to *w .1a fet
water.
JANES HAND'S SN# .'
For MoWbUe Ala1MM
P(Jdibtd, TIM Afleuuoon. .y^
STh e superior- pekat bng TWO SIMERS,
Ctpt J. Andeaon, will pnithuip to rW. ivo .
feiglit ,until 4 o'clock this at &esn c e-. ,esner
full. and leave -in "r m.imai., ^ppr.. is
hurry their goods alongside apt rdUa wtwa -p
below Walnut .m, "it b.te Jadwg fdednt-
ing houme,aeno wiU b e s s" ea.
For freight of the bulk of 10 bbls. or"m1e 1&hich
will behtekef at-h* lowet ate6, to
dec 16-d ,. ,ut wharves.
Passengr by the. ab6Ov*beVsrill please be on
bWard at 10 o'clock to morrow morning," athe jbrig
will positively leave at that tisne. .. -
Passage from Loiedomerry.
SPersons wishing to engage pmse for eir
]& friends in first rate Ships,to saUil frn.Lbndon.
deny for Philadelphia:I .
One on the 15th March, O. One o thtkh Marcj,
Do 10thAilbpl Pe 4 *4*,
Do 1st Wayx, \ W !LhftMy..
May now doso by appl. j otA ubseffr. The
fine new ship Eait, rt -W. i.j ed
td bethel fist oftheaihil
sep S7-dtf No.6SS MI
Ve..eWt 4aifte.
.ftL Full freights of Coal, w*It% ine "4iarde.
3 patc bh, will be given by the DELAWAfE
COAL COMPANY, to .
PoRTLAXMD, Maine.
Boneo, .
SALUX, j
ziMeHAX, Ma behtq .
Naw BDaoaR, j'.
TA.WoK, J- +., ..,..-
PkovTxc, RhicJlOt hau
HARTTOaD, Octie lf *'
Naw HA vX ....
Naw Ye ... ..; .. -.
SJIB8szT OTT. *.'- .. j. 5 ,

WAstH9*oi" Cre.r# .*
Apply at the Company's Wharves; oi uch- A
or Office. No. 117 south 3d street. t -f
MITK. 11. RU EI&jLL y
W ILL give his Second and LAI&T CONMERT
vTHIS EVENING, De. 16,1837, at theMalin.
ic Hall, Cheemut street. MEL KIl9R1 the eera-
ted Violinist, will saist.
PART F312T.
Variationa-Piano Forte.
Some Love to Roam, Coaposed by Rumsell
The Brave Old OaCk, Arrandy Reaso
Wind of the VWinter Nigtt ihene couMt t
thoul-a deaori~ Ye om,
Duet, Violin andPleno F, l 1 ... .
f rom the Opera uilatm n'" "
by KeyDer; -"' ot
The Ivy GrMe--weold by-'& -40uic by Rquell
Ecco rmi +aoif..4rlsm OpsM .(V +.'I -
di Roma;. D*-- Ilti
: ... ''*' l lt I COITB. *' +" **'-''*
The Wreak of the Meiico-words by f-
rinmgon, -- -" + = '+- U' -** AMIi
Solo, Violin, with Piano aceom't, Keyser
C-me, Brother!, "ous IL
Woodman spare that Tre-.wor- .yG.. .
P. Morris, ill
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