Daily Albany Argus
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Title: Daily Albany Argus
Alternate Title: Albany Argus
Daily city gazette
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Croswell & Van Benthuysen
Place of Publication: Albany N.Y
Creation Date: August 21, 1839
Publication Date: 1827-1856
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Albany (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Albany County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- Albany -- Albany
Coordinates: 42.652594 x -73.757314 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Micro Photo Div., Bell & Howell Co.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 681 (Dec. 27, 1827)-v. 31, no. 9252 (Feb. 16, 1856).
General Note: Publishers: Edwin Croswell, Obadiah Romney Van Benthuysen & Thomas M. Burt, 1831-1834; E. Croswell, O.R. Van Benthuysen, Thos. M. Burt & Sherman Croswell, 1834-1840; Edwin Croswell, Henry H. Van Dyck & Sherman Croswell, 1840-1843; Edwin Croswell & Sherman Croswell, 1843-1848; Edwin Croswell, Sherman Croswell & Samuel M. Shaw, 1849-1850; Edwin Croswell, Sherman Croswell, Samuel M. Shaw & James I. Johnson, 1851; Edwin Croswell, Sherman Croswell & James I. Johnson, 1851-<1853>; Sherman Croswell & Gideon Tucker, 1854; Calvert Comstock & James I. Johnson, <1855>-1856.
General Note: "Republican," 1827-1833; "Democratic," 1834-1856.
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.. CRjOSWJVLL, Printer ten Stats.
6. R. VAN BENTHUYSEN, Proprietors.
Ofica No. 370 South Market street. UTCounting
Room in the second story.

DAILY ALBANY ARGUS-Eight dollars per annum,
payable half yearly.
THE ALBANY ARGUS, saM-wariLT-Four dollars
per annutm, payable in advance.
ALBANY ARGUS, WEEKLY-Two dollars per annum,
payable in advance, without which no paper will be sent;
no subacriptions received for less than six months.
No paper will be discontinued, (unless at the discretion
of the proprietors,) until all arrearages are paid.
Terms of A/dvertising by the Square in Daily.
[Sixteen lines or less make a square.]

1 Square, 1 day,
66 2 6
6 3 66
S4 ii
6 5 "4
44 6 wi
09 2 weeks,
ig 3 4'

80 50
0 75
1 13
1 25
2 13

1 Square, I month, 03 00
6 6 weeks, 4 5b
S" 2 months, 5 00
3 "4 O0
4" 6 4" 10 00
9 "4 15 00
1 year, 20 00
(Paper not included.)

SInsolvent notices inserted six weeks fbr 81,67; ten
weeks for 02. Other legal notices are charged at the rate
of 50 cents per folio (of 100 words) for the first insertion,
and 20 cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. In
all eases, payment is required in advance.
All letters and communications must be post paid.

TL- O HARTFORD. Conn oders to Insure buildings,
goods, merchandise, and personal property generally, a.
against loss or damage by fire, with the assurance to the
public, that all its transactions shall be conducted in a
manner worthy of their confidence.
THOS. K. BRACE, President.
S. L. Loomis. Secretary.
COR'S TEN BROECK. Agent. Albany,
feB-Gm Office Atheneum Building.
AT a court of clhanc ry held for the state of New-
York, at the city of New York, on the eighth day
of July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nint-
Present, William T. McCoun, vice chancellor of the first
Mary Bokel, vs. Frederick Bokel.
it appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court,
that the defendant in this cause is a non resident of the
state of New York, and a resident of the state of New-
Jersey-on motion of Mr. D. Graham, jr., solicitor and
of.co,,nsel for the complainant, it is ordered, that the said
defendant cause his appearance in this cause to be en-
tern d with the clerk of the first circuit, and file his an-
swer to the bill of complaint therein, and serve a copy
thereof on the complainant's solicitor within foir months
from the date of this order, or that the said bill be taken
as confessed by sa d defendant: and it is further ordered,
that this order he published within twenty days, once in
each week for eiglit successive weeks, In the staic pape',I
and also in the New Vork Daily Express, a pu lit- news-
paper Printed in the city of New York, or that a copy of
this order be served on said non-resident defendant, per-
sonalty, at least twenty d tys before the expiration of said
four months, the time prescribed f;r the appearance of
such defendant as aforesaid. Copy.
jytS-Sw JOHN WAL WORTH. Clerk.

ATa court of chancery, held for tne state of New-
York, at the town of Saratoga Springs. on the six-
teenth day of July, in the year one thousand eight hun-
dred and thirty-nine-Present, Reuben H. Walworth,
Arthur BronsoN, executor, &e., vs. Richard F. Bly-
It appearing by affidavitto the satisfaction of this court
that th- defendant resides out of this state, but is a resi-
dentof one of the United States, to wit, of Alichigan
city. in the state ot Indiana-on motion of Julius
Rhoades, of counsel in behalf of Richard E. Mount, jr.
tUe solicitor for the complainant, it is ordered, that
the said defendant cause his appearance to be entered,
and notice thereofto be served on the complainants so-
licitor within four months from the date of this order, and
in case of his appearance, that he cause his answer to
the complainant's bill to be filed and a copy thereof to
be served on the complainant's solicitor within forty
dhys after service of a copy of the said bill, andi In de-
fault thereof the said bill of complaint be taken as con-
fessed by him: and it is further ordered, that within
twenty days tne complainant cause thi9 order to be pub-
lished in the state paper and in thie newspaper published
in the city of New Vork called the New York Times and
Commercial Inteligencer, and that the said publication
he continued in each of said papers, at least once in each
week for eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a
copy ofthis order to be personally served on the said de-
fendant at least twenty days before the time above pre-
scribed for his appearance. Copy.
JOHN M. DAVISON, Register.
Rich'd E. Mount, Jr., Compt's Sol. jy27-9w
T HEpeople of the state of N w York, lty the grace of
God free and independent, to Eliza Griggs, the wid-
ow of Elijah Griggs, deceased, Polly Griggs, Sally
Griggs, Charles Griggs, Minerva Griggs, and others un-
known, children of 'oswell Griggs, deceased, Daniel
Griggs, residing in the state of Connecticut; Sat ah, wid-
ow of Ashbel Stanley, deceased, of Coventry, in said
state of Connecticut; Maria Kellogg, und others, chil-
dren of Susan Kellogg, deceased, residing in parts un-
known; Laura, wife of Peleg B. Peckham, Sophronia
BJoque, John Griggs, Julia Griggs. Edwin E. Griggs,
and Harriet, wife of- Doty, residing in different parts
Of the state of New York. children of Joshua Griggs, de-
ceased; Willi im Griggs, of Catskill, Greene county, son
Of Charles Griggs, deceased; and Nancy, wife of ---
Bump, residing in Providence in the state of Rhode Isl-
and, heirs and next of kin of said Elijah Griggs. late of
the town of Rensselaervlile in the county of Albany, de-
teased, greeting:
Whereas Eliza Griggs, of the town of Rensselaerville
in the county of Albany, has lately made application to
our surrogate of the county of Albany, to have a certain
Instrument in writing relating to both real and personal
(tate, duly proved as the last will and testament of said
Klijah Origgs, deceased; you and each of you are hereby
e4ted and required pers ally to be and arpear before our
said surrogate, at his office in the city 9f Albany, on the
twenty-third day of September next, it ten o'clock i
the forenoon of that day, then andi there to attend to th'
probate of said instrument, as the last will and testament
ofsid deceased.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office
ot our said surrogate to be hereunto affixed. Wit-
IL. 8.J ness, Amthony Blanchard, sw-ogate of our said
county, at the city of Albany, the 26th day of
July A. D. 1839.
jy2"9-w A. BLAN&HARD.
nH" B people of the state of New-York, to Sesan
J Dearsley and E&enor Fercherson, of Barbadoes, the
next of kin and hairs at law of Thomas Griffith, deceas-
ed. send grectlg:
WhereasSusan Lloyd Griffith, of the city of New York,
has lately applied to our surrogate of the county of New-
York. to have a certain instrument in writing,bearing date
the 17th day of Maiy, 1839, purporting to dispose of both
ygal and personal estate, duly proved as the last will and
testament of Thomas Griffin h, late of the city of N. York:
therefore you and each of you are cited and required per-
ponally to be and appear before our said surroga e, at his
Ojee in the city of New York, on the elev, nth day of
ot September next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon ofthat
day, feen and there to attend to the probate of the said
to1t will atd testament.
In witness whereof, the surrogate of said county his
hereunto affixed his seal of office, the twenty-
IL. S.J seventh day of July, one thousand eight hundred
and thirty-nine, and of our independence the six-
Jy2-8w JAMES CAMPBELL. Surrogate.
TfHJ people of the state of New York, to Thomnias
.I Garniss, Eliza Baker, Leless Ferrier, Emma Gar-
niss, Thomas!G. Caldwell, Caroline Caldwell, of the
eh.y of New York; John Garniss, John W. Pickett, Cor-
delia Picket, Albert Picket, and Elleq Ada Pi ket, of
Cincinnati, Ohio; and Catharine Beach, of Lexington,
Kentucky; thb. next of kin and heirs at law of Thomas
Garniss, deceased, send greeting.
SWhereas, Ebenezer Cildwell, of the city of New York,
ias lately applied to our surrogate of the county of New-
York, to have a certain instrument in writing, bearing
date the 31st day of March, 1839. purporting to dispose of
both rel and personal estate, duly proved as the last will
and testament of Thomas Garniss late of the city of New
York; therefore you and each of you are cited and re-
quired personally to be and appear before our said sur-
rogate, at his office in the city of New-York, on the
tmO.lN day of September next, at ten o'clock in the fore-
noon ofthattday, then and there to attend to the pro-
bate of the said last will and testament.
[n witness whereof, the surrogate of our said county
has hereunto affixed his seal of office, the twentv-
fj.. S.) 1 einth day of July, one thousand eight hun-
dred 4nd thirty nine, and of our independence
the sixty-fourth.
jy294-w JAMiES CAMAPBELL, Surrogate.
T qTa VICINITY -That our object may be clearly
understood, we consider it due to ourselves thus publicly
to state that we have not fixed upon Albany as a tempo-
rary location, for the purpose of treating an excitement
by heaping a few goods upon our counters, giving out
(hat we are g~ing to stay but a short time. clothing our
selves in mystery, selling some descriptions of goods at
eost and less, that the unsuspecting public, seeing us as
through a glass darkly, may thus be humbugged and de-
ceived. No! W- have not been bred in the New York
Canal st. philosophy of retailing dry goods, but from tlte
green banks of the Connecticut, the land of steady ha-
bits," we come to establish ourselves upon the broad
ground of equal and exact justice to every individual, be-
ing assured by the unhappy experience of some of our
"illustrious predecessors," that these are the only prin-
ciples whi-h will survive the lapse of time, and grow
hrvlhtir with e-,eh i,.pi.din,, ann Tn pnrrvin. nUl the

N CHANCERY--Before the chancellor. JohH
Holme. Ger it Peebles and Maria his wife, vs. Anna
Vun Schaick and Cathsrine Van 6chaick.
In pursuance and in virtue of a decretal order of this
court, made in time above entitled cause on the third day
of July, 1839, Ithe subscriber, one of the masters of said
court, shall expose for sale at public auction, at the Man-
sion House, in North Market street, in thle city of Albany
on the 31st day of August next, at 12 o'clock at noon of
that day, the premises which are described as follows,
viz:-Lot number forty-eight with the buildings thereon,
lying on the corner of Exchange street, late Mark Lane,
and Quay street, bounded on tihe north by Exchange st,,
east by Quay street, south partly by lot numberforty-iitie
and partly by ground now or late owned by Myndert Van
Schaick, and west by lot number six, owned by Henry L.
Webb, being in length along Exchange street fifty-six
feet, and along Quay street aforesaid twenty-six feet two
inches, and being in the form of an L.
Also, all that part of a water lot conveyed by the may-
or, aldermen, and commonalty of the city of Albany to
Gerrit \V. Van SchiaicK, in his life time, by indenture
bearing date the twenty-fifth day of April, one thou-
sand, seven hundred and ninety-three, which lays in front
of, and adjoining said lot number forty-eight afore-
said, and being of an equal.breadth with it, with the right
of dockage and wharfage, subject to the covenaihts and
conditions contained in said indenture.
Also, lo. number six, lying on the north side of Fox
street, in the city of Albany, bounded on the north by the
middle of Fox creek and on the south by Fox street, be-
ing thirty feet wide on Fox street, and Fox creek afore-
Also, lot number seven, on the north side of Fox street
aforesaid, boundedas follows: on the north by Fox creek,
on the south Sy Fox street, ou the east by lot number six,
and on the west by lot number eight, as may more fully
appear by a map thereof made by larmanus P. -Schuyler.
Al6o, all that certain lot situate In the city of Albany,
on the east side of Pearl street, and north side of Steu-
ben street, being a corner ot situate at the intersection
of Pearl and Steuben streets, I being about twenty-seven
feet on Pearl street, and about.ne hundred and four feet
on Steuben street, excepting and reserving out of said
lot an alley or right of way across the east end thereof
seven f&et wide andten feet high, which belongs to the lot
adjoining on the north-the owners of said corner lot hav-
ing the right to build over said alley at a height of at lest
ten feet from the surfaceof the walk, in frontof said alley.
Also, all that certain lot near the village of WVaterford,
known and distiinguishe i on a map made by Evert
Van Alen as lot number eight, being a subdivision of a
lo' of land in the half moon patent, known and distin-
guished on a map thereof, made by Nanning Visscher and
Philip Van Renssel ier, surveyors, as lot number two of
the yellow color on said map, am may iore fully and at
large appear by reference to the said map.
- Also, a lot of land situate, lying and being in the towns
of Orange and Waterford, in the county of Saratoga,
known and distinguished on a map madeby Nanning
Visscher and Philip Van Rensselaer, as lot number one
hundred and thirteen of the whiteor parchment color, as
may more ,ully and at large appear by reference to said
map. This aot of land is under a perpetual lease, bearing
date the first day of September, 1743, to Deriek Vander
Karr, his heirs, &c., subject to an annual rent of six skip-
pies of wheat and three shillings in money.
Also, one other lot of lanI, situate in the town of Half
Moon, and county of Saratoga, known on a certain map
of Half Moon patent, made by Namnning Visseher and
Philip Van Rensselaer, by lot number four of the white,
bounded on the south by lot number five, on the west by
lot number tweinty-one, on the north by lot number three,
and of ihe white or parchment color on said mip, and on
the east by the long line on said map, containing about
one hundred ofacres land,subject to a lease for the term of
forty years from the 1st January, 1818, to John K. bmith
and thie covenants in said lease contained, at an annual
rent of twelve dollars and fifty cents."
A credit !or a term of years will be given for a nart of
the purchase money; the payment to be secured by the
bonds and mortgages of the purchasers, upon the premises
purchased by them. Albany, July 9h. 1839.
JULIUS RHOADES, Master in Chancery.
Peter Gansevoort, comphlainantssol. jyl5-1tawtd





'A accOOrt ocnic.r-i'Vy neiw Ior tae state 0o i\ t at the city of New York, on the second day of
July, one thousand eight hundred and tlhirty-nine-
Present, William T. MeCoun, vice chancellor ofthe first
William Post, vs. William Raymond, rt al.
It appearing by affidavits to the satisfaction of this court
thattlhedefendants William Raymond and Jane E. his
wife. Josiah E Challis, William Hardwick and Ssrah his
wife, John Aim, William Wilson, Villiam B. &loai,
Marshall Chapin, John Owen, George I. Galvin, reside
out of this state, and are residents, to wit: William
Raymond and Jane P. his wile of t tie state of Missouri;
Josiah E. Challis, William Hnrdwick and Sarah his wife
and William Wilson, of thv state of Massachusetts;
MarshallChapin aid John Owen of the state of' Michi-
gan; George I. Galvin of the state of Maine; William B.
Sloan and John Aim, ef one of tie western states: and it
also further appearing by sail affidavits, that the defr nd-
ant, The Citizen's Bunk, is a corporation or body politic,
whose location or place of doing business is out of this
stat,, to wVit: The Citizen's Baik at Worcester, in the
state of Massachusetts, and that none of the officers
thereofcoul'f be found In this state, upon whom process
of subpoena to appear and answer could be legally served-
and it also further appearing by said affidavits, that the
defendant Mises B. James, is a resident 0o this state, but
that process could not be served upon him by reason of
his absence therefrom, &c.-on reading and filing said
affidavits, and on motion of Mr. Charles Edwards, lor
the complainant, it i- ordered, that the said William Ray-
minond and Jane E his wife, Josiah E. Challis, William
Hlardwick and Sarah his wife, William Wilson, Mar-
shall Chapin, Jolin Owen, George I. Galvin, William
B. loan, The Citizen's Bank and .Moses B. James cause
their appearance to be entered herein, and notice there-
of to be served on the coinmplainant's solicitor within
four months from the date of this order, and in case of
the appearance ot any of the above name. non-resident
or absent defendants, that they cause their answer to the
complainant's bill tn be filed, and a copy thereof to be
served on the complainants' solicitor within forty days
after service of a copy of said bill, and notice of this or-
der, &c., and that in default thereof, said bill of com-
plaint may betaken as confessed by them: and It is fur-
therordered, that within twenty days from the date of
thif. irder, the said complainant cause this order to be
published in the state paper, and in the New-York
Times and Commercial Intelligencer, printed in this
state, for eight weeks in succession and once at least in
each week, or that the said Complainant cause a copy
of this order to be served on the said above namud de-
fendants personally at least twenty days before the time
herein prescribed for their appearance herein. Copy.

AT a courtt ol'chancery held for thestateor New York,
at thecityof New York, on the thirtieth day of
JTuly, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine-
Present, William T. McCoun, vice-chancellor of the first
Chiarles F. Codwise, vs. Ansen Blake .and Elizabeth
W. his wife, Lorrian Freeman and William Turnbull.
It appearing upon proot by aflhidavit made in this cause
by J. Cull-n Vtn Kenamelaer, solicitor for the complain-
ant, that William Turnbull, on,- of the defendants here-
in, resides out oft'his state, and is a resident of lngland,
in the Kingdom of Great Britain-on reading and filing
said affidavit, and on motion of J. Cullen Van Rensse-
laer, esq., solicitor for tha complainant, it is ordered, that
the said William Turnbull, cause Ih s appearance to be
entered herein, and notice thereof to be served on the
complainant's solicitor, within nine months from the
date ofthis order, and in caseof his appearance, that lie
cause his answer I o the complainant's bill to be filed, and
a copy thereof to be served on the complainant's solici-
tor, within forty days afterservice of a copy ol said bill;
and that in default thereof, said bill of complaint be ta-
ken asconfessed by him: and it is further ordered, that
within twenty days trom the date of this order, the said
complainant cause this order to he published in the state
paper, and in tihe New York Commercial Advertlier,
printed in this state, for eight weeks in succession and
once at least in each week, or that the said complainant
cause a copy of this order to be served on the said Wil-
liam Turnbull, personally, at least twenty days before
the time herein before prescribed for his appearance
herein. Copy.
aul0-8w JOHN WALWORTH. Clerk.
F'4HE people of the state of New York, to thIe widow,
I heirs and next of kin of William Shrewsbury, late
of the town of D)uant-sburgh, in the county of,-chenec-
tada, deceased, but more especially to George Shrewsbu-
ry, whose place of residence is Northampton,ia England.
On the application of Joseph Westley, one of the
executors named in the last will and testament of said de-
ceased, (which relates to both real and personal estate);
voa are hereby cited to be &nd appear, if you see fit, be-
fore the surrogate of said county, at his office in the city
of Schenectada, on the thirtieth day of September next, at
ten o'clock in the forenoon, then and there to attend the
probate of said last will and testament.
Witness tlhe hand and official seal of our said surrogate,
at the city aforesaid, this ninth day of August, in
[L. S.] the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and thirty-nine, and of our independence the six-
aul2-Cw G. F. YATES, Surrogate.
THE people of the state of New Vork, to Thomas
F. Fork, of the county of New York; Mary Ann
Mallett, of Richmond, Staten Island; and Ann Brown,
of Norfolk, England; the next of kin and heirs at law of
Ambrose Ford, deceased, send greeting.
Whereas, Stephen Hasbrouck, of the city of New York,
has lately applied to our surrogate of the county of New
York, to have a certain Instrument in writing, bearing
date the 24th day of April, 1Mi9, purporting to dispose of
both real and personal estate, duly proved asthe last will
andtestament of Ambrose Ford, late of the city of New
York: therefore you amd each of you are cited and re-
quired personally to be and appear before our said surro-
gate, at his office in the city of New York, on th,' eigh-
teenth day o0 September next, ut ten o'clock in the fore-
noon of that day, then and there to attend to the pro-
bate of the said last will and testament.
In witness whereof, the surrogate of our said county
has hlreunto affixed his seal of office, the third
[L. S.] day of August, onethousand eight hundred and
thirty-nine, and of our independence the sixty-
au6 6w JAMES CAMPBELL, Surrogate.
HE people of the state of New York, to Mary Van
Zandt, Sarah Ewen, Mathew T. Van Zandt, Sarah
Ann Green, of Esopus; IRe-ecca Van Zandt, George
Janeway, of Flushing, Long Island; Amelia Ann Kuy-
pers, Ann Eliza Hedley, William W. Janewsy and Ju-
lia Vredentiurgh. of the city of New York; John Van
Zandt, of H -nipstead, Long Island; Peter Van Zandt, of
New BrunswicKl, New Jer.ey; Mary Ann Kcndi-ck, of
the town of Warren, New Hampshire; and William
Dawes, whose residence is unknown; the heirs at law




BY order of ihe hon. Michael Ulshoeffer, first judge of
the court of common pleas for the city and county
of New-York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the
provisions of the statute authorising attachments against
non resident debtors,that an attachment hasissued aaainsi
DAY,and S. W. WATERS, residents of the state of Lou-
isiana, and that the same will be sold for the pay-
ment of their debts, unless they appear and discharge
such attachment, accordingto lawv, within nine months
from the first publication of this notice; and that the
payment of any debts due to them by residents of this
state, and the delivery to them or for their use, of any
property within this state belonging to them, and the
transferof such any property by them, are forbidden by
law and are void. Dated the 15th day of June, 1839.
Sje17-9m Attornvey for ataehintr-r-ditor.
B ot',,r-i the non.Jaco L,insing, ir.-t judge of tie
Ceurt of common pleas in and for the city and coun-
ty of Albany, notice is hereby given, pursuant to tiht
provisions ofthe statute authorising attarhnmients against
absconding and ,.one, al,'d debtors,n hat tn attachment ha?
issued against the estate of ISIIAEL M. REEVE, an in-
habitant of this state, a concealed or absconding debt-
or, residing in the city of Albany, that the same will tie
sold for the payment of his debts, unless he appear and
discharge such attachment according to law, within
three months from the first publication of this notice.
and tha! the payment of any debt, and the delivery ol
any property belonging to such debtor, to him or to his
use, and the transfer of any property by him for any pur-
pose whatever, are forbidden by law ri,! iar. void Da-
ted the 1st August, 1839. WHELPLEY & HILL,
au3-3m Attorneys for ;ittachi it. creditor.
BVY order of' the honorable William Inglis. associate
judge of.the court ot conlmion pleas in and for the
city ann county ot New York", notice is hereby given
pursuant to the provisions of the statute authorising at
tachment. against non-resident debtors, that an attach-
ment has issued against the estate of CHARLES F.
SIBBALD, a resident of the state of Pennsylvania, and
that the same will be sold for the payment of his debts,
unless he appear and discharge such attachment accord-
ing tolaw, within nine months from the first publication
ofthis notice; and that the payment of any debts due
to him by residents of thi. state, and the delivery to him
or for his use of any property within this state belong-
ing to him, and the transfer of any such property by
him, are forbidden by law aiid are void. Dated tlit
25th day of July, 1839. .... ..-

jy-29 9m

Attorneys for attaching e cri tor.

BY order of the hon. Michaei Ulshoeffer, first judge of
the court of common pleas for ithe city and county
of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to the pro-
visions of the statute authorising attachments against
non-resident debtors,that an attachment has issued a-
gainst the estate of HUGH BROWN, resident of Glen-
ary, in Ireland, and that the same will be sold for the
payment of hisdebts, unless he appear and discharge such
attachment according to law, within nine months from
the first publication of this notice, and that the payment
of any debts due to him by residents of this state, and
the delivery to him or for his use of any property with-
in this state belonging to him, and the transfer of any
such property by him, are forbidden by law and are void.
Dated the 6th day of July, 1839.
jyl0-9m Attorney for attaching creditors.
R order ot thehon. Michnael Ulsnoctfir, n rstIjuige o0
the court of common pleas for the city and county t,
Nrw York, notice is hereby given, pursuant to tbh provi-
sions of the statute authorising attachments against nuor-
resident debtors, that an :attachment has issued against
the, estate of JAMES PAYNE, a resident ol the
state of Louisiana, and that the same will be sold for
the payntent of his debts, unless hie appear and dis-
charge sucti attachment, according to law, within nine
months fro4. the first publication ofthis notice, an, tht.t
the payntmw of any debts due to him by residents of this
state, ant the delivery to him, or tot his use, of any
property within this state belonging to him, and the
transfer of any such property by him, are forbidden by
law and are void. Dated the 15th dav of June, 1839.
je17-9m Aittnrnnv for a-tt.nclinn i'rrditor.
B oriter ol tlle ho.i. Michael Ulshoefler, first judge
of ti e court ofcommon pleas for the city and count.
ty of Nrew York, notice is hereby given, pursuantio tl;e
provisions of the statute authorising attachment? against
non-resident debtors, that an attachment has issued a-
gainst the estate of JOAQUIM DE FRI'ITAS ESME-
KALDO, a resident of the island of Makeira, and that
the same will be sol- for the payment oflhis debts, unless
he appear and discharge such attachment, according to
law, within ninth months from the first publication of
this notice; and thak the payment of any debts due to
hum by residents of thiF state, and the delivery to hint or
for his use of any property within this state belonging
Lo him, and the transfer on any such property by him,
are forbidden by law and are void. Dated the 27th day
ol April, 1839. F. R. TILLOU,
my7 'Wit Attorney for iat.ti lhi ng creditor
BY order ofl' the honorable Michael Ulshoeffer, first
judge of the court of common pleas for the city and
county of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant
to the provisions of the statute authorising attachnitents
against non-resident debtors, that an attacllnment has is-
sued against the estate of STEPHEN B. BOGER'r, a
resident of Cincinnati, state of Ohio, and that the same
will be sold for the payment of his debts, unless he ap-
pear and discharge such attachment, according to law,
p, t.I r_. i t_ i_ ___r -th-- i. __ -

No. 5289.

f D DYE STUFFS, &c.-The subscribers offer a
wholesale, at the lowest prices for cash or approved credit
an extensive assortment of genuine DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, DYE STUFFS, &c.; among which are the fol-
Opium, Logwood,
Aloes, Nicaragua,
Camphor, Fustic,
Magnesia, Camwood,
Castor Oil, Copperas,
Brimstone, Blue Vitriol,
Sulphur, Oil do
Epsom Salts, White do
Glauber Salts, Madder, '
Borax Crude, Indigo,
do Refined, Nutgalls,
Caluiml, Chrome Yellow,
Jalap, Cochineal,
Red Precipitate Annatto,
Liquorice Ball, Prussian Blue,
do Root, Drop Lake,
Salt Petre, Aqua Fortis,l
Pink Root, Red and White Lead,
Cream Tartar, Rotten Stone,
Sulphate do Gum Copal,
Senna, do Mastic,
Rhubarb do Arabic,
Spirit TurpentieS, do Myrrh
Lamp Black, Russia Isinglass,
Silver Black Lead, American do
Also, a quantity of India and English Seine Twine.
Druggists, Merchants and others will find it for their in-
erest to call before they purchase elsewhere.
J. & J. W. BAY,
my3 Cor. of State and South Market-sts.

1iN CHANCERY-Before the vice chancellor-Thir
1 circuit. Firemen's Insurance Company of the city o
"Albany, vs. Nelson Place, John Dinion, Lewis Wrakeley
I Jared Mtead amd John D. Philips.
In pursuance anti in virtue of a decretal order of thi
i court made in the above entitled cause, I, the subscriber
one of the masters of said court, shall expose for sale a
Public auction at the Mansion House in the city of Alba
fny, on the tenth day of September next, at twelve o'clock
at noon, all that certain piece or parcel of land lying and
being in the Second ward of the city of Albany. bounded
as tolows, to wit: Situate on the north side of the Al-
bany and Schenectady turnpike road, known and distin-
guished by the namrn of lot numbrseventy-seven, and is
bounded as follows, to wit: On the east by lot number
seventy-six, onthe west by lot number seventy-eight, antd
on tihe north by Road street, and on the south by the said
turnpike road, being in breadth in front and rear thirty-
three feet, and in length one hundred and sixty feet; sub-
ject nevertheless to an annual ren of two dollars and
fifty cents. Also all that certain other lot of ground, 1
ing near the one mile stone in the city of Albany, distin-
guished on a map thereof as lot number seventy-five, on
the north side of the Albany and Scienectady turnpike
road, bounded on the north by a street, o thie south by
the said turnpike road, e n the east by lot number seven-
ty-four, and on the west by lot number seventy-six, being
thirty-tlhree feet wide in front and rear, and one hundred
and sixty-feet in length, subject nevertheless to the year-
ly rent of two dollars and fifty cents. Also all thatcer-
tain other lot ot ground lying in the Second ward of the
city ofAlbbany,near the onemile stone, and on the north
side of the Albany and Schenectady turnpike road, dis,
tinguished on a man thereof as lot number seventy-six,
bounded on the north by a street, on the south by the said
turnpike road, on the east by lot number seventy-five.
and on the west by lot number seventy-seven, blng thir-
ty-three feet wide in front and rear. and one hundred and
sixty-feet in length, subject to the yearly rent of two
doll.irs and fifty cents. Also all those two certain lots,
number twenty- three and twenty-four, on the south side
o01 ttoe Albliany and Sehenectady turnpike road; lot num-
ber twventy-three is bounded on the north by said turn-
pike road. on the south by Bradford street, on the east by
tot number twenty-two, and on the we-t by lot number
t% enty four, comaining in breadth in frunt ald rear
thirty-three feet, and in length on each side one hundred
and sixty feet: lot number twenty-four is bounded on
the north by the Albany and Schenectady turnpike road,
on the south by Bradford street, on the east by lot num-
ber twenty-three, and un the west by lot number twenty-
five, containing in front and rear thirty-three eet. and
in length on each side one hudred and six y feet; excep-
ting out oflot number twenty-three, three feet in front
and rear on the east side, reserved for an alley. The
said lot Is subject t an annual rent of two dollars and
fifty cents. Dated Albany, July 25,1839.
JOHN I. BURTON, Master in chancery.
Peter Gansevoort, Sol. for compl'ts. j 29-6w

LIFE IS HEALTH-'-The unparalleled reputation
which Peters' Pills have acquired as a Medical Restora-
tive is the most unquestionable proof that can be given
of their immense importance to the afflicted, in almoo.
every class of diseases. The number of letters received
from patients recovering through their means is really
prodigious, and the complaints which they have cured
are almost as varied as they are numerous. But still
there are some in which they are more especially bene-
ficial than in others; and among those may be named the
too often fatal complaints of the st.,mach and bowels,
such as Cholic, Flatulence and Indigestions, for which
they are not only a certain but immediate cure.
Iit is well known tat from the disarrangement of the
stomach and the bowels, arise nine-tenths of all the mal-
adies of an adult and declining life; that this is the foun-
dation of Flatulency. Spasmodic pains, Indigestion. loss
of appetite, &c., and that those in their turn give birth to
Dropsy, Liver Complaint, Consumption, and habitual
lowness of spirits: therefore, Peters' Pills being the very
best medicine which has ever been discovered for the in-
cipient diseases ,f the intestines, are necessarily tle su-
rt st preventive of these dreadful, and also thosegene-
ral disorders, which embitter mature life and drag so ma-
ny millions to untinim( ly graves.
In speaking thus, Dr. Peters arrogates nothing to him-
selfl'that lias not been conceded by the public. Heis no
needy quack or unknown speculator, who comes before
the world as his own herald and witness, but is placed in
a responsibility of situation by thLe patronage which he
has enjoyed for six years, and which is increasing to an
extent unprecedented in the annals of niedicise. that
makes him careful to assert nothing which is nt) borne
out by the most infallible proof, and hence he does not
tear to be put to the test in any thing which he las pro-
mised respecting, his Pills.
Dr. Peters is muiost happy to be able to state oa the au-
thority of a great number of regular physicians, that
wherever his Vegetable Pills have been introduced, they
have almost superseded the adoption of mercu'ial exper-
inients, for their peculiar faculty in sweating the b.ood,
and stimulating it to expel all noxious juices, and in giv-
ing s-rength and tone to the nerves, prevents disease
from acquiring that strength which must be got under, if
at all, by dangerous remedies. He does not pretend that
they are a positive cure, or even beneficial in every com-
plaint, but he most firmly believes that in all diseases
where a cathartic or aperient medicine is needed, they
will be found far superior to any of those drastic purga-
tive medicines which are so much puffed in the public
prints as purifiers of the blood. When taken according
to the directions accompanying them, they are highly ben-
eficial in the prevention and cure of bilious fevers, fever
and ague, dyspepsia, liver complaints, sick head-ache,
jaundice, asthma, dropsy, rheumatism, heart burn, nau-
sea, furred tongue, distension of the stomach and bowels,
incipient diarrhoma, flatulence, habitual costiveness, loss
ofappetite, blotched or sallow complxions, and all cases
of torpor of the bowels, where a cathartic or an aperient
is needed. They are exceedingly mild in their operation,
producing neither nausea, griping, nor debility.
The following highly flattering testimonials ofthe effi-
cacy of these celebrated Pills for the cure of liver com-
plaint, bilious diseases, sicx head ache, costiveness, ner-
vous debility, &c. &c., have been voluntarily given by
medical men of the greatest celebrity at the North.
We, the undersigned, members ofthe Medical Faculty,
having examined the properties of Dr. Peters' Pills, and
used tiem in our practice, most cheerfully recommend
them as a family medicine, and consider them the best
Vegetable Pills we have ever used.
Doctor ELWELL, Doctor HARRIS,
JANUARtY. 1, 1838.
Dear Sir-[ havemade frequentuse ofyour Pills in bil-
ious fever, costiveness, disease ofthe liver, sick head
ache, general debility, &c., and in all cases have found
them a valuable medicine. J. M. BOYD, M, D.
To Dr. Peters: I"RUARTY 7, 1837.
Dear Sir-Having used Yor Vegetable Pills in hiy
,practice far the last 12 months, I take pleasure in giving
my testimony of their good effects il cases of dyspepsia,
sick head ache, bilious cholic. heartburn, nervous debili-
ty, &c. They are a safe and mild cathartic and aperient,
being the best I have ever seen.
Price 25 and 50 cents per box, with directions.
For further particulars, inquire of Dr. Peters, at his
principal office No. 129, Liberty street, New York, or at
the office No. 70, Uhesnut street, Philadelphia, or of the
agents in Albany.
332 The above pills are for sale in Albany by
R. M. MEIGS, Druggist.
388 South Market street.
J.&A.McCLUIE Druggist,
74 State street.
HENRY RAWLS & Co, Druggists,
57 State street, and at their Branch Apothecaries Hall.
W. R. FORD & Co., Druggists,
32 Washington corner of Hawk street.
78 State street.
J. N. NORTHUP, Druggist,
Corner Division & Green street.
Also for sale by all the principal druggists throughout
the United Sates, the Canadas, Texas, Mcxico, and the
West Indias. jy4-ly
C CHURCH BELLS-The subscriber con-
Stinuesto cast to order Church and other Bells
S fall sizes, the quality of which he willgua-
lrantee are not surpassed in point of sound or
--- quality in this country. Castiron yokes made
and fitted to them if ordered; also
subscriber has invented amodenf manufacturing the a-
bove articles, which not only eiffccis a very great saving
of labor, but produces the article much improved in qual-
ity; and having obtained letters patent of the U. States,
for securing to himself 1he exclusive benefit of said in-
vention, he is now enabled to afford them, in any quanti-
ty which may be wanted, of very superior quality, and at
lower prices than they can be-afforded without the aid of
his labor-saving improvement. And as some persons
have expressed a disposition to avail themselves of his
invention, setting him p:mtent at defiance-Therefore, no-
tice is hereby given, that any-suclh infringement on his
patent right, will be treated with the utmost severity ef
the law; and those who deal in the said articles, are cau-
tioned not to purchase those which have been manufac-
tured by the fraudulent use of his invention, as they can
gain nothing thereby, and may subject themselves to seri-
ous loss. mr23--6m LEWIS ASPINWALL.
._ REMOVAL-The subscribers give
_.9 notice to their customers and the pub-
Blie, that they have opened a Ware
Room for tie sale of Carpenters'. Join-
ers', Cabinet Makers' and Ceoach Ma-
kers' Tools. at No. 93 State street, first door below the
American Hotel, where they have on hand and intend to
keep an extensive assortment of the above articles, which
they will sell at moderate prices, at wholesale or retail.
N. B. Their old establishment In Lancaster st. will be
sontinned as the Plane Factory. The finishedwork will
be kept only :.t tle above phace in State st. jel3
STATE OF NEW-YORK. Secretary's Office,
Albany, August 14, 1839-Notice is hereby given,
that the term of service of the following Senators will
expire on the last day of December next, ani that S n-
atirs are to be chosen in the several districts which they
now represent, to supply their places, at the general elec-
tion to be held on the fourth, fifth and sixth days of No-
vember next.

The Mechanics' Fair, held at Castle Garden, N. York,
1838, awarded the First Premium, a Silver Medal and a
Diploma, to Hawcs& Baker, proprietors of P'armelee's
Unrivalled Cooking Stoves. The public generally, and
stove dealers in particular, are invited to call and exam-
ine these stoves, as they are pronounced by all competent
judges to be the best artie for culinary purposes ever ex-
hibited in this country. The unparallelled patronage
from every section of te United States where they have
been in use, is the best evidence of their approval, having
been but 18 months in the market and tested by upwards
ef FIVE THOUSAND persons, who have used the Ro-
tary, Premium, Union. and various other patterns; all of
whom now concur in the opinion that Parmelee's Patent
Cooking Stove excels every description heretofore offer-
ed to the public. In corroboration ofthe above, we an-
nex the report of the Committee of the Mechanics' Fair,
held at Castle Garden in 1838.
The following is the Judges' Report:-" A patient Cook
ing Stove, on a superior plan, and calculated in th best
manner to economist heat-charge and discharge fuel, and
perform all culinary operations. The fuel is in two sepa.-
rate chambers. Its excellence rests in t/he ability to use one
or two ires at a time, and in the simplicity of its arrange-
ments or discharging, and for shifting the apparatus.-
Hawes & Baker, Albany. SILVER MEDAL."
For sale, wholesale and retail, at No. 5 Green street,
Albany. Also Union and Premium Stoves at very re-
duced prices, together with Copper. Tin and Sheet Iron
my4 No. 5 Green st.
A CARD-The subscriber would inform his friends
and the public, that he has taken the splendid store,
No. 46 State street, (opposite the Museum,) where he is
receiving a general assortment of French, English and
American fancy end staple dry goods, ot the latest impor
station and manufacture. Among which may be found-
Rich Broche Shawls Broadcloths and cassimeres
Embr'd Thibet do Saltinets and vestiags
Raw silk do Irish linens
Crape do Linen sheetings
Chaily do Damask cloths and napkins
Dress hdkfs of every style Brown linen cloths
Scarfs Ool'd damask do,
Ladles' cravats Russia diapers
BIk Italian do Linen gambrics
Cotton do Linen cambric hdkfs
Blue blk silks, fig'd & plain 6ilk pocket do
Rich cold P D Sole Jaconet and cambric muslins
Striped glassia silks Swiss and book do
Fig'd siltks Laces, edgings and insert'gs
Light cold satins, for hats Italian sewing
do 4!o silks do Shirt'gs & sht'gs, bro & bl'd
Bik bombazines Cotton threads
Mousseline de laines Knitting cotton
Challies Spool cotton, wht and eol'd
French printed lawns Marshall's patent thread
do do cambrics Bed ticking
do do muslins Col'd jeans
Calicoes of every descript'n Burlaps, &c. &c.,
Together with an extensive assortment of Millenery
goods, Ribbons, Whalebone, Reed, &c. c. all of which
will be sold at the very lowest prices, either at whole
sale or retail. Albany, June 12lth, 1839. -
N O Invidus Alterius Macresit Rebus Opimui."
0 CURE, NO PAYI-Old Galen's Lock Dis-
pensary, established at 'lo. 56 Beaver street, 2 doors a-
bove Pearl street, Albany, N. Y.-Dr. LOCKROW may
be confident ally consulted, and particularly upon those
diseases of the human frame of a private nature, viz: Sy-
philis, Gonorrhea, Glects, Lues Venerea, Impotency,
Seminal Weakness, with all the Venereal Complaints in
general, etc. etc. Dr. L. has for some years given his es-
pecial attention to this branch ofthe practice, and has had
the gratification of giving general satisfaction to his pa-
tionts. Dr. L. intends to devote himniself to an office prac-
tice, and flattershimself that he will give entire satisfac-
tion to all who favor him, in those cases which have so
L.'ten baffled the skill of those less experienced in that
branch of the profession. Secrecy always observed, and
charges reasonable.
Office No. 56 Beaver street, Albany.
P. S. Dr. L. has been regularly educated to the medi-
cal profession, and graduated at one of the first Colleges
in the United States. Communications, post paid, direct-
ed Galen's Lock Dispensary, 56 Beaver st., Albany, N.
Y., stating ease, &c. ani enclosing a reasonable fee for
advice and medicine, will meet with prompt attention.
N. B. Separate apartments so arranged that patients
cannot observe each other.
014 Galen's Box is a neat small portable box, that can
be carried in the pocket, containing medicine, and print-
ed directions minutely detailing th- symptoms and treat-
ment of gonorrhea, in so plain and simple a manner that
no mistake can occur. To strangers and seamen it is of
the greatest importance, as they can pursue their journey
and continue in their respective avocations, and in the
mean time be their own physician, and thus avoid expo-
sure and supercede the necessity of any surgical advice,
farther than may be obtained from the concise and brief
description of the disease, and its cure contained in the
The above Box can be sent to any part of the Union,
and the medicine contained In it may be relied on, as a
positive cure.
prepared and sold only at the GALEN'S LOCK DIS-
PENSARY, No. 56 Beaver street, 2 doors above South
Pearl street, Albany, N. Y. fe25

The unfortunate are respectfully informed that the Al-
batty Lock Hospital, established and modelled after the
much celebrated European Lock Hospitals, has many
years since been founded at Head Quarters, No. 3 Nor-
ton street, Albany, N. Y. To those unacquainted with
this institution, it is necessary to mention that it has for
its object the cure of allsuchdiseases as syphilis, scrofu-
la, strictures, diseases of the urethra, lumbago, flour al-
bus, impotency, diseases of the womb, seminial weak-
ness of both sexes, nodes, caries of the bones, gonorr-
hea, gleets, with all venereal complaints in general, etc.
Persons, ignorant of the nature of disease, are not a-
ware that many stages mark its progress from the com-
mencement to its full development, originating in a
most simple form, and through neglect or injudicious
treatment, assume a more aggravated state of disease,
and occasion abscess, ulceration, psuedo syphilis, can-

It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction ofthii court
hat the defendant Justin Jacobs resiles out of this
Mate, but is a r sident of one of the United States, to cl
Wit, of the state of Vermont-on motion of D. L. Sey-
nour, of counsel for the complainants, it is ordered, that B
ie said JustinJacobs cause his appearanceto be entered,, n
nd notice thereofto be served enthecomplainants'solici.-
or within four months from the date of this order, and in
use of his appearance that he cause his answer to the 1
aiplainants' bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be
served on the complainants' solicitor within forty days
after service of a copy of said bill, and in default thereof 01
aid bill of compla.at may be taken as confessed by him: ii
nd it is further ordered, that within twenty days the
aid complainants cause this order to be published in the D
ate paper and in the Troy Budget, printed in the m
county of Rensselat'r, and that the said publication be it
continued in each of the said papers at least once in each t!
'eek for eight weeks in succession, or that they cause a ;M
opy of this order to be personally served on the said e(
Iustin Jacob:, at least twenty days before the time a- si
eve prescribed forhis appearance. Copy. st
aul-Sw JOHN M. DAVI&ON, Clerk.

Henry Floyd Jones, from the First Senate District,
John Hunter, from the Second do
Jam. s Powers, from the Third do



aJ CONDUCTING CooKING S r OVE-Thb aubscri-
hers invite the attention of the public to a new article
which they are now prepared to furnish to the city and
country trade. Having so often heard the objections
which house-keepers bring against stoves heretoufore in
use, we have carefully studied in making the stove to re-




ALBANY ACADEMY-TheAcademy will open
Atfor instruction on Monday the 4th of September.
The students are arranged in departments correspond-
ing to the wishes of parents, for the instruction of their
In the 4th or junior department, children are taken at
the age of 6 or 7 years, and instructed in reading and
spelling, the elements of Geography and Arithmetic, and
writing. In the more advanced classes these studies &re
pursued to the extent of a thorough English education.-
r. McDouell, Mr. Edwards and Mr. Robertson are the
teachers in this department.
The remaining departments, viz. the Classical, under
the Rev. Mr. Bullions; theMathematical, under Dr. Ten
Eyck; and the English, under Mr. Jolly, offer all ,he ad-
vantages of a complete and thorough course of instruc-
The French language is taught by Gen. Du Coudray
Students have for ir.ny years been instructed in all
branches required by the Civil Engineer; and many of
the pupils of the institution arenow in actual service on
the canals and railways of this and other states.
The elements ot drawing are taught in connection with
the above, and other branches of study.
Classes in book keeping are also now in progress.
Mr. Bell continues as instructor In Peumansnip.
The Principal will attend to the general superinten-
dence of the Institution, and instruct in various branches
ol Natural and Moral Science.
Prices of Tuition-In the junior department and ele-
mentary studies, $3 79 per quarter for the summer quar-
tersi 4 8 5 for the winter quarters. Total, $16 per ah-
In the higher studies of the 4th department, 81 75 and
$5 25. Total, 620 per annum.
English, Arithmetic and Algebra# 05 75- and #6 25.- -
Totam. 824 per annum.
Classical, and the higher branches ofMathdmatics, in
c uding any of the above, $7 75 and 88 23. Total 83
Fer annum.
For instruction in French, the price is $3 per quariertoo
parents, to which the trustees add $2 for each scholar.
Boardin .-The trustees have obtained references to se-
veral boarding houses, where students can, if it be desir-
ed, be under the care of one or other Of the teachers, who
will board with them. Price for board, fuel, lights. c.
from $2 50 to $3 per week.
Classes commencing Latin are formed on the first of
September and the first of March In each year.
T. ROMEYN BECK, Prineinal.
a31-tu ISAAC N. WYCKOFF. Trustees. a

Before the vice chancellor of the first circuit. Ben-
jamin W. Strong and William N.Chadwick,surviving ex
sectors aiid trustees of and under the last will and tee-
tatnent of Peter Remsen. deceased, vs. Peter R. Brinck-
erhoff, Aletta Strong, Henry M. Mulligan, bimeon Hen.
r Remsen, Aletta Lawrence, Julia StrQng, James
senry tronz, P'etr Remsen Strong, Elizabeth li. Strong,
Vdward New on Strong, Benjimin W. Strong, Maria
Lucretia Brickerhoff, and Peter Remsen Brinckerhoff.
Pursuant to the provisions of the statute in such ca-e
made and provided, and of an order of this court made
in the above entitled cause, notice Is hereby given to all
Porsons haviNg any general lien or incumbrance, by
Judgment or decree, on any undivided share or interest
Of iny of the parties to this suit, 41 the lands hereinaf-
ter de-cribed, being part of the premises mentioned in the
o of complaint in this cause, oriny part thereof, to pro-
uae to me on or before the twelfth day of September
next, at my office, number eighty-nine (69) Nassau street
in the city of New York, proof, respectively of all such
their liens or Incumbrances. and the amounts due there-
ni a that they special the nature of said Incupbran-
ces std the dates thereof rop,,tively; which said lands-
are as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of
rounded situate lying and being in the Fifteenth (late
MW ad wari) of the city of New York, with the dwelling
hou- e and improvements thereon; beginning at a point
on the westerly side of Broadway, distant twenty-nine
feet northerly from the corner formed ba the intersec-
tion of tne said westerly side of Broadway with the
northerly side of Waverley Place, and from tlience run-
ning westerly on a line parallel with the said northerly
shde of Waverley Place, and along the northerly side
of a lot of ground granted and conveyed by Stephen
Reed and Maria his witL- to James Stroqg, one hundred
et and-from thence running northerly oin a line paral-
1el with the said westwardly side of Mroadway twenty-
five feet, and from thence eastwardly on a line parallel to
the said northerly side of Waverley Place one hundred
feet t6 the sa d westerly side of Broad-vay, and from
theme southerly along the said westerly side of Broad-
way twenty-five feet to the place of beginning; 11wsai4d
ot of land being twenty-five feet in front on ro -ilwa ,
and rie same in the r ar, and in lea gth on each side -0e '
hundred feet. '
Al-that certain farm, tract, piece or parcel of land, sit. -
uat6, lhin; and bping inh town of Nowtown in Queens
county, butted and b6undeff-as MlTows, that is to say: on
the northeast by Flushing bay, on the northwest by the
farm now or lately owned and occupied by Isaac Rapelye,
on the southwest by the farm now or lately owned and
occupied by John Rapel>e, on the southeast by a road
running, or whiuh formerly ra;i in part through thefarm
efJohnj Rapelye, a part a public road, until it came to ,
the two gates, one opening into the farm formerly owned
by Jacob Kfapelye, the other into the farm hereby descri- 1
bed, thence along the said farm as the fence now runs, or
formerly ran, of toe late Jacob Rapelye, to Flushing bay,
boundedon the said farm northeast and southeast, con-
aining one hundred and seventy acres, more or leas.-
Also, a tract of turf meadow and upland, containing a-
bout thirty-five acres, more or less, lying in a tract of I
meadow known by the name of Train's meadow. Also,
tract of salt meadow and upland, lying in Newtown
aforesaid, containing about twenty acres, more or less, j
athe whole ofthe said premises were lbformerly occupied
y Simon Reminsen, the father of the said Peter Remmen,
together with the hereditaments and appurtenances. Da- N
eu New York, July 3O, le39.
jy0-6w Master in chancery., p
N CHANCERY-Before the chancellor. WilhaltT. f
t Brown and Sally his wife, vs. Peleg Cheesbro, Ebe- E
ezer Cheesbro, Eliaki., iGheesbro, Elias Cheesbro, Ni- -M
,iolas G. Cheesrmo, Daniel Gallup and Alary Gallup his F
'ife, Mary Cheesbro, Jameson Checsbro,. Nicoolas C
heesbro and Eli Cheesbro. E
In pursuance of an order of the court of chancery in H
he above entitled cause, and ot the statute in such case
nade and provided, all persons having any general lien F
r incutibrance, by Judgment or decree, on any undivided V
hare or interest in the lad and premises set forth and B
escribed in the bill ot complaint in this cause, and which
re lhereinafter mentioned, are required to produce be- B
're me, the subscriber, one of the masters of this court, B
my office in the city of Albany, on or before the -
evcnth day of September next, at noon of that day, B
roof ol aIf such theirliens and incuubrances, together V
'ith satisfactory evidence of the amount due tlhereon; B
he premises referred to are described in the bill ofcom-
laint in tt.is cause as follows: A.1 that certain farm or L
parcel of land situate in the town of Knox in the county H
f Albany, and within the manor of Rensselaerwyck, and F
wounded as follows, to wit: known and distinguished on N
map thereof made by J. Winne, as lot nunimber sixty- B
bur, which said -lot begins at a hemlock sapling married V
,864, and runs thence south five degrees east forty
lains to a stake marked 04, thence north eighty-five doe C
rees east thirty chains to the southwest corner of lot C
umber forty-nine, thence along the west bounds of lot B
umber lorty-nine north five degrees west forty chains
Sthe south east corner of lot number sixty-three, thence B
long the south bounds of lot number sixty-three south B
ighty-five degrees west thirty chains to the place of be- l
inning, containing one hundred and twenty acres of V
and; subject to certain rents. &c. to Stephen Van Rens- B
elaer. Albany, July 29,1839. B
jy3-6w JOHN V. L. PRUYN, B
jy3O-6w Master in chancery.
T a court ot chancerv noil tor the state of New-
York, at the town of Saratoga Springs, on the six-
eenth day of July, in the year one thousand sight hun-
red and thirty-nine-Present, Reuben H. Walwerth,
The New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, h
s. William Tuttle, and others.
It appearing by affidavit V the satisfaction of this court t
hat Heman Gaston, one of the defendants in the above lo
entitled cause, is a non-resident of this state, but is a in
isident of one of the United States, to wit of the g
tate of Ohio-on motion of Julius Rhoades, of counsel A
or the complainants, it is ordered, iht the said He-
"an Gaston, cause his appear 'W^ !- entered, and
o.ice thereof to be served on e complainants' so-
citor within four months from the date of this order,
nd in case of his appearance that he cause his answer
the complainants' bill to be filed, and a copy thereof
rbe served on the complainants' solicitor within forty
aye after service of a copy of said bill, and in default
tereof, said bill of complaint may betaken as confessed
y him: and it is further ordered, that within twenty
ttys, the said complainants cause this order to be pub-
shcd inthe state paper dad iu the Niagara Courier,
nad that the said publication be continued in each of
ie said papers at once least in each week, for eight
weekss in succession, or that they cause a copy ofthisor-
erto be personally served upon the said Hleman Gas-
in. at least twenty days before the time above prescri-
ed for his appearance. Copy.
JOHN M. DAVISON, Register.
B. Robinson, Complts' sol'r. jy2-B-w
4 T a court of chancery held for the state of New
York at the city of Albany, on the thirteenth day of
uly, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine-Pre. .
ent, John P. CUsahman, vice chancellor of the third cir- tI
The Mechanics' Mutual Insurance Company in the ni
ity of Troy, vs. Giles y. Anable and Mary Ann his wife, ri
kbraham Schuyler, Noah Riplcy, Edwin C. Litchfield,
amucl E. Ford, Justin Jacobs, ,benezer Wiswall,
Vinliam Nichols, Elisha F. Calkins, and Samuel Clark,
., and others. .

Soft finishing brushes, hard do do
Curriers' scouring brushes
Blacking brushes, paste do
Wheel brushes, popes heads
Window brushes, dyers' do, lye do
Machine brushes made to order.-'.
Cash paid for Bristles. mrlt-3m
STOVES-The undersigned would Inform their
friends and customers and the trade generally, that,
hey are now prepared to offer for sale the-following lots
fstoves of the most elegant and approved patterns, and
manufactured from the best materials, on the most Libe-
il terms for cash or approved credit, vi z- '
2000 Hathaway's Patent Hot Air Cooking Stoves,
4000 Improved Drop Door Union do
3000 do do do Premium :do
1500 do Rotary do
800 Six Plate Stoves,
1000 Corinthian Parlor Stove, the most splendid arti-
le in m irket.
Also, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Copper, Iron Wire, Zinc,
lock Tin, English and Russia stove pipe, and stove fur-
iture of every description, &c. &c. -.
jet8 DE GROFF & SHEAR, 14 State st.
iY ARD, A. B., Principal. MISS ELIZABETH HO-
3AN, teacher of the Female Department. The next term
f this institution will commence on the 10th of Sept.
The Academy is pleasantly situated in the village of
elhi, Delaware county, 67 miles west of Catskill, in the
idst of a delightful country, noted for the salubrity of
t climate. The course of instruction is intended to be
morough and practical, embracing the Classics, Malthe-
atics, and the ordinary and higher branches of EngliSh
lucation, and designed to prepare the student for admis-
ion into College, for the duties of common school in-
truction, or for the business of active life.
Toe classes in Mensuration and Surveying are taught.
ractically as well as theoretically. French is taught in
)th departments. The Academy is furnished with a li-
rary and philosophical apparatus.
Tuition-In consequenceof the fund with which thein-
itution is endowed, the tuition, In either department, in
ny or all the branches, has been fixed at.25 etnts per .
Board and rooms for young ladies or gentlemen can be
roeured from 1,50 to 01,75 per week including washing
e., and references to boarding places or any other in-
irmation respecting the Academy will be given on appli-
ition to the President or Prinepal.
Instruction in Music, by a most competent teacher, will
e given to those who desire it. Selp 1, 1838.
ERASTUS ROOT, President.
SAMUZL GORDEN, Secretary. seit-tf

T FHE people of the state of New Voik, by the grace ot
M. God free and independent, to Mamy Sherwood, the
wtvidow of Lemuel Sherwood,' deceased, of the town ot
Hoosick in the(. county Of Rensselaer; Lenuel Sherwood,
junior, Sophronia, the wife of Aruuih Sweet, and Sali.
nia Sherwood, of the same place; Lyman b herwood, of
the town of Lyons in the county of Wayne; Lorenzo
Sherwood, of the town on Hanmilton in the county of
Madison; Luman Sherwood, of the town of Auburn in
the county ot Cayuga, ahd ail of the state of New Yorki
and to Samabra, thte wife of John C. Hlazwell, of tnme
town and county of Bennington and state of Vermont;
bers at law and next of kin to the said deceased; and tu
George R. Davis, of tlie city of Troy in the county of
ftensbelaer aforesaid, special guardian for Sadelia Sher-
woud and Lionel Sherwood, who are minors, and also
heirs at law and next of kin o0 Lemuel Shcrwood, late
of time town of Hoosickin tith county of tensselaer, de-
ceastd, greeting:
You and each of you are hereby cited and required per-
sonally to be and appear before our surrogate of our coun-
ty of Rensselaer, at the surrogate's office in the city of
Troy, in said county, on Monday the sixteenthday ofoep-
temhbr next. at. teu n'clocAjk in the forennnn oo ,' hat h .ar


No. 52S9.


arl Cornin ,
Serlyorning, Norton & Co.),' manufactures to order
1RPIES, of every description. Also, MALT MILLS,
&OAD CASTINGS of every description. The collect.
lion of PATTERNS of MACHINERY is not equalled In
%he United States. '
SThefollowing articles will be kept constantly for sa'e
Itthe Furnace, and furnished at short notice, viz: POT.
451 KETTLES single aMid double bottoms, from 56 to
LtOgallons,CAULDR NSfro 1 toj3 barrels HATTERS',
PUMPS, single and double ,FORCING PUMPS, VAG
WEIGHTS, 714 25,28, O, 56 and 60 Ib. WEIGHTS,
W. V. M. having an ext.ensioe assortment of Plough
Patterns, embracing 'almost every kind in rise, keeps
constantly on hand the following Plough Castings, vif
Rtarbuck's No. 1, 2 & D. Tie's No. 2 A -
Oute's No, 1 &2 1-3 W.rlght' No. N0, 1, 2&
aryant's No. 1, 2, 2j,3, &4. Huen's No.2, D
Gibson's No. 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6.r Russell's No. 2.
Wood's (or 3 24 1"W0hde S'l. 2&3 d
reeborn's s "' &' W d Chamberlai's No. 3.
Also-The celebrated Side-Hill Plough, No. 1 and2.
Country Founders can- We'04ppliod with PIG IRON!
Bolting, Turning and Fhtishtig,; it all their various -
stanehes executed with neatuess and despateh.
Also--PATTERNS made and SCREWVS cut to 6r-
4cr. -
'W.V. M. being a practi"l Milwright, will fuiniEh
calculations, -nd any otl ibafrtakionintelationt ma
COTTON MACHINIST'lsitmayObtain castings a his
Furnace made of Scotch Itsn
All articles ordered can le forwarded to any part ofthe
United Staes or the CaATdas. Orders may be addressed
to WILLIAM V. MANY, Eagle Air Furnace, No. 84
Beaver-street, Albany, or to the care ofMessrs. ERASTUS
GoIIIomeI Co.

"O T vOTHROUT maketo order and keep constant-
W ~y on hand, the above instruments on the
most approved construction. They would
call the attention of surveyors to their IMPROVED
COMPASS, whicl is almost equal to a Theodolite, inas-
much as angles can be taken without the needle. Angles
of elevation can be taken with precisely the same accu-
racy as horizontal angles It has two verniers, one for
the graduate circle, the other for the needle, both of which
atedivided to one minute of a degree, Their Levelling
Instruments they warrant to be equal to any that cani
band lan the United States orE1angland. TOI4 WKo
oF various prices, from #75 to SW00. Town Clocks an I
Brass Eight Day Clocks forbouse. -U
,m- Thevs aUllceoneiiu to cast CHURCH BELLS,
arauo a superior towe, with cast iron yokes, and
-, warranted to stand.- Also, Steamboat andFac-
tory Bells of all sizes, constantly on hand .
Copper and BIrassCastings of every description.
P. S. Letters directed to MENEELY & OOTHOUT,
West Troy, Albany county, will meet with prompt a-.
ention. ja25-da
L JUst opened at 319 North Market street, opposite the
pot office, a complete assortment of fashionable fancy
hndstaple dry goods. Consisting n part of
Black and blue black figuredBroadcloths
silks I"Cassimeres
Light and dark cold do Satinetta
pich black and blue black Merino cassimeres
plain do Ermiietts
alght and dark col'd do do Crape cambleti
trenchh printed mIuft and, India nankeens
muslins:- Linen driJling
Vhite and black ribb'd silk Darkjeans
hwe ... aBoys summer good"
Upcn work silk do Rouen cassimeras[
'lain English do Blue nankeen
reach printed cambric@ Irish linen
!mbr'd thibet shawls Linen sheeting
Raw silk shawls Cotton do
renchcameols hair do Marseilles quilt
3haile do Counterpanes' -
&mbr'd crape do Fine summer spreads
[ernani do Superfine counterpanes
rench calicoes Cradle quilts
?rench ginghams Toilet covers
White merino shawls Cradle blankets
lack do do Rose blankets
carlet do do Birds eye diaper
lack bombazine Russia do
Ilk and blue black challe Damask linen table cloth&
mourning muslins Colored table covers
lack and blue bik crape Colored counterpanes|
White, pink, salmon do Table oil cloth
lack and blue black crape Moreens
leisse Furniture dimity
ipen cambric hdkfs Silk and gingham umbrella
em stitch do Parasols
ancy shawls Cambric dimity
ILourning shawls Corded camnbric,
lue bl'k ribb'd cotton hose Swiss muslin,
White open work cotton Scotch lawn
hose Medium muslin;
ol'd rib'd cotton hose Bishops lawn
hildrei's do Nansook muslin
lack and white cashmere imitationn linen cambri',
shawls Linen lawn
lack India satin Linen cambric
lack silk camblet Thibet shawls
lixed do do Light and dark calicoeas'
Vhite satin Merino cloths
lack nankin crape Thread laces
lack crape veis Worked edging and insert-
hue black do ing
Corded skirts, India rubber aprons and table cloths, ii--
melt and sarsnett cambrics, black lace veils aind shawls,
sad bags, Italian Sewing silks, &c. i&e., all of which will
e sold at the lowest current price, by

l Greenstreet, keep con-
w~mdl lw' stantly on harnd[t fol-
wing articles, at wholesale and retail, or made to order
mthe best possible manner; -their friends and the public
generally are invited to call and examine for themselves.
.11 orders thankfully received and punctually attended' to.
WVhiiewaah Brushes, do heads
Fine ground paint Brushes, common do do
Sash Tools, scrubbing Brushes
Fine shoe brushes, common do
Dusters and hearth brushes
Clothes Brushes, common and fine
Ornamental clothes brushes
Common hair brushes; fancy hair do -
Ornamental hair brushes
Sh.ving brushes, common and fine
Broom brushes -
Clamps and stove brushes, marking dc
Horse brushes, common and fine
Penetrating do. hatters' do .


[By the Liverpool Steam Packet-Liverpool dates to 1.
August, London to the evening of 31st July. and Paris
to the 27th-all inclusive.]
The long expected steamer arrived at New York
on Sunday night, after a voyage of eighteen days.
She brings news of importance, commercial and
political. The death of Sultan Mahmoud, the de-
feat of his army by Ibrahim in Syria, the defec-
tion of the Turkish fleet, and the continued agi-
tation of the Chartists in England, are the princi-
pal items of political intelligence. The firmness
of the cotton market (says the American) will be
the moat welcome news to a majority of our read.
The Liverpool brings out 113 passengers, all
that could be accommodated on board. There
were a number of applicant who had to be turned
Lady Hester Stanhope, who has so long resided
i n Syria, died at Djoun on the 23d of June.
Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin died at Cheltenham on
the 23d of July. He stood fifth on the navy list.
State of the Money Market.
Loenin, July 24.-A very extraordinary and
unusual operation on the part of the Bank of 'Eng-
land has been reported to-day in the city, and
there is every reason to believe that the circum-
stances connected with it are, in substance at
least, correct. An arrangement is said to have
been entered into with the Bank of France, to al-
low bills to be drawn upon it, not directly, for
that the charter will not permit, but indirectly
through certain houses in Paris, the means of
payment to be provided by the French bank.-
These bills have necessarily the same effect in
this market as an exportation of gold in drawing
in bank notes, the value being paid to the Bank of
Eugland; and also the effect of ordinary commer-
cial bills in raising the exchanges. The other
conseqeneea of the operation, of a far more seri-
ous nature, are that the Bank of England is plac-
ed in the situation of a borrower from the Bank
of France, and, like all -othar- h,.-owors f.,..
banks, must put in a security for re-payment,
which is understood in this case to be such a por-
tion of the dead weight" annuity as may be
sufficient for the purpose ; altogether amounting
to this-that the Bank of England, holding a
larger amount of securities than can be with con-
venience managed, "re.discount" them. But fei
the draughts on Paris, to which this operation has
given rise, the exchanges could not, it is suppos.
ed, have been sustained at the rates negotiated
July 26.-Great mystery still attaches to the
alleged transactions between the Banks of Eng-
land and France, and the question at any rate is
very far from being disposed of in the way some
of the Bank oracles would desire to have it sup
posed. It has transpired that Count d'Argout,
the Governor of the Bank of France, who was in
London early in the week, with the intention o
proceeding on a tour through the manufacturing
districts in Scotland, has returned suddenly to Pa
ris; that Mr. T. A. Curtis, the late Governor o
our Bank, is also gone thither, and that he eithe
has been, or is to be, joined by one of the partners
in the eminent bank which has been engaged to
draw bills on Paris. That bills are drawing o0
Paris, and to an enormous amount, for the ac
count of the Bank, no one now ventures to deny
It has been currently reported to-day in the ci
ty, that at the meeting of the Bank directors helt
yesterday, it was debated whether the rate of in
terest should not be raised to 6 per cent., an,
that, on the motion being put, the decision wan
against it by the casting vote of the Governo
July 30.-From the Paris papers and letters i
would appear, not only that the accounts wer
substantially true, of an attempted arrangement
between the Bank of England and the Bank o
France, but that the additional mortification i
imposed, of two failures in the applications mad
-one to the Bank of France, and the other to th
capitalists of Paris. English Exchequer.bills, i
seems, are not good security at Paris, because,
they would not, at short notice, be convertible sc
as to answer banking purposes. The transaction
is the universal topic of discussion in the city
and every where severely reprobated.
The English stock market was heavy, and bus
iness very limited.
July 31-City, 12 o'cloek.-The foreign exchan
ges yesterday did not show much alteration in th<
rates from those oflast Friday, but the amount o
business transacted was much smaller than or
that day. All parties seemed rather inclined t(
wait and see the upshot of the Bank negotiation
in Paris before they committed themselves by larg<
operations. It is probable the quotations woulc
have advanced if the state of the weather had nol
created a little alarm for the fate of the approach.
ing harvest. At all events it is a satisfaction tc
observe that the demand for bills to remit to the
Continent appears to slacken, from which we
may hope that a re-action will soon occur, if noth.
ing happens to render a further importation ol
corn necessary.
Money has been in very great demand in th(
open market during the last three or four days1
and the rate of discount is gradually tending up.

wards. This is probably caused by large sums
being withdrawn by the Bank through the medi.
um of discounted bills falling due and encashed
by them daily. In the stock market also there ii
more demand for money than there was a few
days ago; and the settlement of the monthly ac-
count in Foreign Funds, which takes place to-day,
does not seem to throw loose capital, as it has
done on one. or two late occasions. The Stocli
Market is heavy, both lor English and Foreign

Riots at Birmingham.
[Correspondence of the N. Y. Corn. Advertiser.]
Birmingham, July 20, 1839.
We have had sad times in this place since ]
wrote you by the last packet.
My letters will have advised you of the riots at
Birmiagham, early in the month. It was reserved,
however, for Monday last to bring on more seri-
ous events, among which was an effort to burn
down this place, whose population is about the
same as that of New York.
I have several times been over the scene of des-
olation, and examined the places which were at-
tacked by the mob. The" Ball Ring" is one of
the nost public places in Birmingham, and is not
unlike that part of New York called Chatham

prisoners on and near the ground. Having con
Sveyed them to prison, the troops proceeded toclea
the streets and alleys, and arrested many persons
Found out of their houses.
WEDNESDAY.-As on the day before, the magis
trates remained at the office during the evening
and night, and every thing was peaceable. The sol
diers paraded the streets. The special constables
were on duty, and all necessary precautions were
taken to keep the peace. The evening wqs exces
isvely wet, and contributed in no small degree t(
keep the streets clear. During the day, carpenter
and others were employed in examining and prop
ping up the ruins of Messrs. Bourne's and Leg
get's premises. Although the day and night pas
sed away peaceably and orderly, reports of the mos
alarming nature were to be heard in all parts of the
Thursday and Friday have passed away, and we
are still in a measure of quiet, but things lookvery
unfavorable for its continuance.
You will see by the papers that the Chartlsh
do not confine their operations to Birmingham.-
They are very active in all the manulacturing
" towns, and the end of their proceedings no on
can conjecture. The working "short time," o
L in other words only a portion of the time, gives
Those men too many idle hours.

The magistrates had been engaged in the exam- Stockton on-Tees, county of Denham, July 27.
nation of witnesses relating to the previous riots, I am again in the very midst of the disturbers
during the whole of Monday. The melancholy of the public peace. The women chartists in this
work of that night I give you as stated in the town (Stockton) are more formidable than the mein
Birmingham Journal of this day. -that is, if I may be permitted to judge from the
The magistrates were engaged in the investiga- noise they make at their public meetings. It ih
tion until 4 o'clock, after which they received bail said that a large number of pikes have been made
for Mr. Lovett and Mr. Collins, and left the office and are now ready for use. The authorities art
about five o'clock. The crowd in Moor street and not idle, and are now swearing in special consta
the Bull Ring having been apprised of the result, bles, who appear determined to keep the peace, i
gradually dispersed, and the town presented its they can. The manner in which they notify a
usual orderly appearance. Unfortunately, howev- meeting in this town is an outrage to all good or
er, this tranquility was of short duration. About der. A man goes round with a bell, and after
seven o'clock the Bull Ring became crowded with ringing it, he makes proclamation nearly in thi
Number of persons, many of whom, from their following words: "Slaves and fellow countrymen
appearance, were evidently attracted by curiosity. You will attend a meeting this evening at-
Their conduct was perfectly orderly, so much so" where you will have an opportunity to hear plan
that no attempt was made, as in the previous for organization for obtaining rights so long kep
nights, to disperse them. The pressure, however, from you-equal rights-which are now kept fronr
wu so great that the shop keepers in the Bull you by the bludgeon or the bayonet. Come out
V-- .L ,r -!- -9-1 1 t- ^lljnw ala u-r fr~ a nd


The tolls collected on the New York State
Canals, up to the e1st August in each of the
nine preceding yearn, have been as follows, viz:
1831, $597,352
1832, 538,040
1833, 647,466
1834, 581,684
1835, 702,671
1836, 712,013
1837, 526,768
1838, 677,105
1839, 761,422
So far it will be seen that the amount of
tolls to 1st August this year, although it ex-
ceeds last year by the sum of $84,317, ex-
ceeds the year 1836 onlv y49.409. and the


few minutes the buildings were in flames. The
objects of the rioters were now so obvious that
the concourse who had assembled in the Bull Ring
became evidently alarmed and dispersed, leaving
the rioters in the full possession of the leading
streets. The next place attacked by the mob
was the house of Mr. Arnold, pork butcher, re-
siding nearly opposite the monument. They.
were, however, repulsed there; and did not suc-
ceed in firing the house. Other parties, in the
interim, forced open the shops of Mrs. Martin,
jeweller, next to Messrs. Bourne's, Mr. Banks,
druggist, Mr. Savage, cheese factor, Mr. Arthur
Dakin, grocer, Mr. Horton, silversmith. Mr.
Gooden, Nelson Hotel, Mrs. Brinton, pork butch-
er, Bull Ring, Mrs. Allen, biscuit baker, Mr.
Heath, cheese factor, and Mr. Scudamore, drug-
The front window of Mrs. Martin's house was
completely smashed, and all the property within
reach, consisting of gold rings and jewelry, was
thrown about, and a portion of them stolen. Mi.
Bank's shop window was broken in, and a great
deal of property destroyed. The shop windows of
the other above named houses were stove in,and the
windows in many of the rooms smashed. The at-
tack upon Mr. Horton's shop was the most furious.
The property, consisting of almost every species of
manufactured silver and silver plated goods, was
thrown into the street,scattered about,and even em-
ployed in smashing the windows of the adjoining
houses. Some of the property was carried away,
but a great portion of it was broken to pieces and
kicked through the street. The Nelson Hotel
suffered greatly. The shutters of the coffee room
were completely destroyed, as well as the front of
thd liquor shop, and nearly all the windows in
front of the house. A piece of burning timber
was placed against one of the windows of the
liquor shop, but it was removed before the wood
of the building ignited. The work of devasta-
tion occupied until about twenty minutes to
ten o'clock, when the police, and soon after,
the military, arrived, and the rioters fled in all di-
rections. The Birmingham, the District, and
Norwich fire engines soon after arrived, some ol
them under escorts of the 4th Dragoons; and a
good supply of water having been procured, they
commenced playing with great effect and happily
confined the flames to the premises of Messrs.
Bourne and Leggett.
The confusion of the night can be more easily
conceived th" -described. Nothing could surpass
the terror and alarm of the inhabitants in the Bull
Ring and neighborhood, most of whom were to be
seen flying with their liamnilies, account books, and
such portion of their valuable property as could bi
easily conveyed away. Mr. Belcher, who lived
in the house adjoining Mr. Leggett's premises
Sand two ladies, escaped by means of a ladder.-
Detachments of the troops of rifle brigade wer
Sent in all directions to clear the street; and thi
most fearful apprehensions were entertained, tha
other parts of the town would be attacked in a
Similar manner. Nothing, however, of the kin
e occurred, and, with the exception of the abov
Outrage, which has been attended with the loss o
Many thousand pounds' worth of property, th
e night passed over without farther violence. By
one o clock the fire in Messrs Bourne's premise
were subdued, but not until the front building wa
Sa complete wreck, nothing being left standing ex
cept the walls. The fire in Mr. Leggett's house
Swas extinguished about the same time, but the en
s gines continued playing until three o'clock.
S Tuesday, the following morning, the town pre
Scented a most gloomy appearance. The shops i
Sthe principal streets were closed, and continue
Sso during the day. Dragoons and riflemen wer
stationed at the top of High street, leading dow
to the Bull Ring, in Digbeth, at the bottom c
SSpiceal street,and at the end of Moor street, lead
d ing into Dale End. The policemen and special
Sconstables patrolled the streets, and the town ha
d all the appearance of being under siege. The ol
ficers of the town were actively engaged in search
r ing suspected houses, for the property carried a
way the night before, but were unsuccessful i
it discovering any of it.
e Up to this period the magistrates have been engi
ged in the examination of witnesses, and I am in
Stormed that the fire arms belonging to the nume
Srous manufacturers have been ordered to be sei
Sfor safety to the military depot.
e On Tuesday night, as the evening advanced
et fears were entertained that the night would no
e pass off quietly, and their apprehensions were en
hanced by the announcement that a large body c
o Chartists had assembled at Holloway Ifead; th
n Magistrates issued a short but significant placarc
' announcing that the riot act had been read; an
another, calling upon the special constables to at
tend at their different wards. The military wer
on duty ir various parts of the town, and ever;
precaution was taken to prevent a recurrence of'th
e scenes of the previous night. Several man ufactur
ers, who were apprehensive of danger, had thei
premises guarded by men well armed, and had an'
further attempt been made on property, the assail
ants would not have escaped with impunity. By I
i o'clock the shops were all closed, and the street
comparatively deserted, the peaceable inhabitant
having remained in tjr dwellings. Shortly after
eight o'clock, Col. Thorn and Col. Chatterton, a
the head of two troops of dragoons and a piece o
[ ordnance, galloped at full speed from the barracks
to Halloway Head, where about 400 Chartist
f had been meeting. Before the arrival of thi
troops on the ground, a detachment of riflemer
had reached the field, and the Chartists scattered,
in all directions. The cavalry, under the direc
' tion of Mr. Alston, scoured the neighborhood; an,
" they and the foot soldiers took a number of mem

cries of hear, hear, from the ministerial benches.)
When did these things happen? The night be-
fore last. (Hear, hear.) How is it possible that
the government could have hitherto done any
thing in the matter? (Loud cries of hear, hear.)
Why does the noble duke say that nothing has
been done? Why should he suppose that nothing
will be done by the government? (Hear, hear.)
During the time these riots have occurred in Bir-
mingham, every step possible has been taken by
the government to prevent such outrage. What
is the reason that the noble duke imagines the
government will neglect their duty? My lords, I
say that the government have never nleglected
their duty-(laughter from the opposition)-with
regard to the preservation of the peace-(hear,
hear)-and the noble duke has no right to assume
that we shall neglect our duty in future. (Hear,
The Duke of Wellington-I say, my lords, that
these riots have prevailed for the last ten days,
and no steps have been taken to put them down
effectually-to punish the magistrates, who have
neglected their duty, or those who have taken
part in the riots, several of whom are now in
Warwick jail. (Hear, hear.)
Prospects of the Harvest.
The hay is chiefly in-some of it in the south
has suffered by the continued rains. In the ex-
treme north a good deal is still in the fields, but
on the whole 1 am persuaded there will be a lair
crop. For wheat and all other grain the prospect
is good; and if we have now, what we have rea.
son to expect, warm weather, there will be an a-
Sbundant harvest. We have had, and still have a
great deal of wet weather, which if it continues
will do great injury to the ripening crops.
P. S. Thus I wrote at the north on the 27th; I
now write this paragraph on the evening of the
31st, at Liverpool. I have travelled since the 27th
two hundred miles, through Durham, York and
Lancashire, and I regret to say that the prospects
are gloomy. It has rained almost ever since, and
Sa considerable part of the time heavily; in passing
through the country I saw large quantities ol
i wheat beaten down by the wind and rain, and un-
less the weather is warmer than it has been since
I have been in England the grain cannot ripen.
Turkey and Egypt-Great Battle between
the Belligerents.
0 A battle between the two great armies has beeI
l forced on by Ibrahim Pacha, and has resulted ii
e the defeat and dispersion of the Turkish army.-
d The following is from the French papers. The
e united forces amounted to near two hundred thou
d sand men.
"The Ambassador of France at Constantino
- pie, to the President of the Council:-
e ,, Therapia, July 8 -The Porte has received in
e telligence that a battle has been fought in th
t neighborhood of Aleppo, and that the Turkisi
a army has been destroyed. The wrecks of it ha
d recrossed the frontier, but it was not stated whetli
e er or not the Egyptian army had pursued them.
)f The Gazette de France contains the following
e account of the engagement between the Turkis
y and Egyptian armies:-" The Turkish army oc
s cupied a strong position at Nizeb. Ibrahim, wh
s had received the Pacha's permission to make a
C- attack, wished to assail this position in front; bu
e Soliman Bey (Colonel Selves) succeeded in re
I- straining his ardor, and it was agreed that th
enemy should be drawn by manoeuvres from hi
entrenchments. The Egyptians made a feigne
n retreat; and the Seraskier, Hafiz Pacha, sent ou
d a strong division of cavalry. The first corps i
e came up with, composed of Bedouins, disperse
n according to Ihe order they had received; andth
)f Seraskier, imagining that the Egyptians might b
I easily routed, advanced with the whole of hi
il forces. Thus hlie abandoned his strong position
d and two formidable redoubts constructed by Prut
sian officers, from which great advantage was ar
i. ticipated. In order to drew the Turks still farther
from their entrenchments, Ibrahim and Solima
n continued to retire for two hours, hastening t
gain a field of battle which the superior judgmer
a. of Selves had previously selected as one of th
i- most favorable.
B. On reaching this ground, the Egyptian arm
it suddenly faced right about, and, availing itself
the nature of the position, formed into compass
1, masses, the infantry in the centre, the cavalry an
it light artillery on each wing, and made vigoroi
i- charges on the Turks, who were astounded by thi
if sudden attack. The ranks of the latter were soo
e thrown into disorder. The Seraskier, however
I, rode up to the front, and, by his valour and th
d bravery of the corps around him, remedied for
t- time his false step. His heavy artillery, unfortr
e nately for him, could not come up; and the \igh
y guns of the Egyptians, directed by European eff
e cers, and seconded by wvell.timed charges of cava]
- ry, threw his ranks into disorder. His wing
r were at the same time too extended; and hi
y troops, excited by the ardor of pursuit, had no
- preserved any regular order of battle; they could
8 make scarcely any resistance; and at this period
s some corps of Arabs, which Ibrahim in his retreat
s left in ambush, on the right and left, fell upon th
r Turkish rear, and thus completely put the Otto
t man troops to the rout.
f The disorder became so great that the Turkis]
a soldiers threw away their arms, and fled in the ut
s most confusion. Part of the troops endeavored
e to gain the entrenched camp, while others mad
i for the most fordable points of Euphrates. It ap
1 pears that a large portion of the fugitives suc
. ceeded in escaping, and that the massacre was no

wherever the missive found them.
On0 journal announces that Mahmoud issued
an order before his death, for setting free all those
condemned for political offences. We read in ano.
their that,
Mahmoud, the day before his death, being ve-
ry ill, wrote with his own hands a letter to the
Emperor Nicholas, which he entrusted to Mr.
Boutenief. He conversed for a quarter of an hour
with this diplomatist, in presence of Halil Pacha,
his son in-law, after which he asked for his sons
and daughters. He showed to Abdel Medjid, the
present Sultan, a small box in which he put his
papers, saying that he would there find the will
and counsels of his father.
The vdieus of the Sultan to his wives and ser-
vants were very affecting. He forgot none of
them: he testified regret that Rescbid Pacha and
Feti Achmet were not at Constantinople. The lat-
ter and Hafiz Pacha, Mahmoud considered as his
children and dearest disciples. When the courier
left, the Sultan Abdel Medjid had already received
the ambassadors, and spoken with them on diff
erent affairs, in a way which denotes a great deal
of capacity; but he declared, that although the
right heir by the law, be would take no step with
out the counsels of the Divan, until the time of
his real majority."

[Fronts the Charleston Patriot, Aug 12.]







For an Independent Treasury-Against a National
97 The members of the Democratic Young Men's
General Committee, are requested to meet at the City
Hotel, To.morrowv (Thursday) Evening, at 8 o'clock.

THE NEWS FROM ABROAD, with which we
occupy our columns, to the exclusion of nearly
all other topics, is of more than usual interest.
The aspect of things-is by no means promis-
ing; although we do not partake of the fears
which seem to have been excited in some quar-
ters by the reports of the harvest, the move-
ments of an excited and over-taxed population,
or the symptoms of trouble in the Bank Par-
lor. The N. Y. American thus comments
upon the advices by the Liverpool:-
AND MONEY MARKETS are the topics from abroad
of nearest interest, just now to us. Of these in
The weather for some days preceding the de-
parture of the Liverpool, had been wet and stor-
my, and anxiety, not, however, amounting to
alarm, is expressed, lest a continuation of such
weather should injure the crops. It seems to be
conceded that the harvest would be a late one,
and, cmsequently, the means were wanting to
form as yet a safe judgment of the probable re-
", Cctton had risen, and was of certain and rea-
dy sale-and more business for export was doing
at Manchester.
"4 Tht Bank of England had applied to the Bank
of Frame to take off two millions of its dead
weight, so as to turn the Exchanges in favor of
SEngland This proposition, as is stated in the
papers, vas rejected; owing, probably, to some
obstacle Iresented by the charter of the Bank of
SFrance to entering into such an operation. But
we have seen a private letter from London of 31st
July-frorr. a source that could hardly be misin-
tbformed-stating that bills were drawing on Paris
for account, as was believed of the Bank of Eng-
land, and in execution of an arrangement for dis-
posing in that city of its dead weight. Moreover,
r there are letters from Paris of 29th July, impart-
Sing the same intelligence.
The relief which this operation would afford
t to the Bank of England, would preclude any ne-
cessity for a further advance in the rate of dis-
count: and when that fact was onca promulgated
and understood, confidence and activity in affairs
Should be universally restored-as it was well
t known that large orders for purchases and invest-
I ments on foreign account were on hand, and only
Snot executed, because of the uncertainty of the
i money market.
"In American Stocks little or nothing was do-
ing. There had been a trifling advance in the U.
States Bank shares-and a sale of New-York city
SFives at 80 per cent., the same price as now pre-
vails here."
A New York correspondent writes-
"The Liverpool is here but her news is not as
we had wished and expected. Cotton is better-
but that, in reference to the general interests, is
not regarded as altogether good news. Many be-
lieve that the large stock held for more favorable
prices, is a material cause ot the moneyed depres-
sion here ; that it is-d.irable the present stock
should be disposed of; and that this cannot be
effected until holders are satisfied that no further
speculative rise is to be looked for. Money con-
tinued tight in England. The Bank of England
was still in trouble about her bullion ; and what
is worse, the grain crops were not promising.
", These tidings are not such as we had a right
to expect. I find," nevertheless, in conversation
out of doors, that the news is generally spoken of
as being rather favorable than otherwise. The
cotton interest is powerful here, and what advan-
ces it is very apt to be considered favorably.-
Stocks seem scarcely to have been affected by this
"We must now turn our eyes towards the east
for the Great Western. We are thus kept on the
stretch for foreign news from month to month,
and show very little dependence upon our own
resources, or the strength of our own judgment.
We are fortunately not so much in debt to Eng-
land as we have been in previous seasons, and the
low rate at which exchanges rule, shows that we
have not much to fear from the throes of the back
",We have a continuance of the storm which
has been wLh us these four days past. It is to be
feared that it may mar the brilliancy of Mr. Clay's
reception on Wednesday. Clouds of deeper por-
tent have settled over his path in the West since
he commenced his peregrinations among us. His
return home will scarcely partake of a triumph."


We are by no means displeased to learn
hat this gentleman is received with the atten-
ion abroad, that any citizen of his character
nd standing before the American public, may
be supposed to command. Nor will we stop
o inquire in which capacity-whether as an
American Statesman, a Senator of the Union,
or as the supposed Author of" Webster's Dic-
ionary"-he is most indebted for the proofs of
courtesy and distinction with which he has
been received in the British capital. Especial-
y should we regret to witness, on the part of
the friends of the administration, any imitation
of the littleness of manner which characterized
the conduct of the federal press of this coun-
try, under similar circumstances, towards Mr.
John Van Buren. We allude to the matter,
however, for another purpose. We do so be-
cause we desire to express our gratification at
Mr. Webster's change of feeling. At the
close of the late session of congress, no man
in congress assumed a more belligerent atti-
tude. We hazard nothing in saying, that if
his positions could have been enforced-if the
eminently patriotic and firm, but conciliatory,
message of the President, and under its influ-
ences, the wise action of congress, had not as-
sumed another attitude,-we should have been
at this moment an armed belligerent of the
United Kingdom. On that occasion, Mr.
Webster held the following language:-
I think, said Mr. W., the matter must be set-
tled! I was going to say, yes I will say it, that if
there was a strong administration here, and a
strong administration there, it ciuld be settled in
two hours. Ail that had to be done was to run
the line as designated by the treaty of'83. About
that there was no difficulty. It was the duty of Gov-
ernment to have the line run, and if it were left to him,
he would have it done that very night. We had
gone on negotiating, until it had become procras-
tination. It would be impossible even for Indian
tribes to get on with such boundaries. It was
time the affair was settled. Althoughli hi. deprecat-
ed collision, he did not wish to see Maine hum-
bled or mortified. It the language of the gentle-
man had been bold, the result would have been
different. He could not help thinking there had
been want on the part of the administration. He
most devoutly prayed there might be no resort
to arms: but in the present position of affairs he
would say if the matter were not settled by the 4th of
July next, he would take the territory and say to
them Drive us from it if you can!' "




[From the Charleston Patriot, Aug 12.1
The steamer Charleston, Love, master, arrived
ere yesterday with 46 Indians on board. They
were captured on the 7th inst. at Fort Mellon, by
1ieut. Hanson. The mother of Oseola is said to
e among them. She is very old, with locks as
vhite as wool. The prisoners are to be establish-
d at Castle Pinckney for the present. We do
ot understand that there was any fighting in
making the capture, but two warriors in attempt-
ng to make their escape were killed. The event,
hough not of much importance in itself, is never-
heless so different from the common run of Flori-
a news, that it deserves some distinction.

[Correspondence of the Savanah Georgian.]
Garey's Ferry, Aug. 9, 1839.
The steamboat Charleston leaves Garey's Fer-
y to-day, with 46 Seminoles, prisoners of war,
n charge of Lieut. W. K. Hanson, 7th Infantry.
These Indians were captured by that officer at
'ort Mellon, a few days since, under the follow-
ng circumstances: The intelligence of the Co-
oosahatchee murder was brought to Fort Mellon
on the 31st ult., by a detachment of dragoons.-
The Indians who were encamped in considerable
numbers at Fort Mellon, receiving rations &c.,
led precipitately at the sight of a mounted force,
and would not return to the fort until the dra
goons had started back for Tampa, a few of them
then came in, and announced that the chief would
visit the fort on the third day, with some of his
people to procure provisions. Accordingly, on
the afternoon of the third, 45 of them, men wo-
men, and children came into the fort. At a pre-
concerted signal, the troops ran to their arms,
closed the gates, and surrounded the Seminoles.-
They made some effort at escape, and two men
broke through the line of soldiers. A volley of
musketry was poured upon, and they both drop-
ped dead. The remainder then quietly surren-
dered. The steamboat Charleston reached the
fort two days after the capture, and the Indians
were at once transferred on board. On the 5th,
another Seminole and his wile and child were cap-
tured, making the whole amount of prisoners 46,
of whom fourteen were men. They reached Ga-
rey's Ferry yesterday.
The most'singular circumstance attending this
affair is, that the Indians had got intelligence by
a runner of the Coloosahatchee massacre before
their capture. They were ignorant, however, that
the same news had been received at Fort Mellon,
and thought, therefore, that they might safely re-
turn to the Fort to procure provisions before they
left the vicinity. They maintained an appearance
of frendship throughout the whole time, which
was met by appearances equally sincere on the part
of the garrison, until a proper moment came for un-
deceiving them. The intelligence of the Coloosa-
hatchee affair had been brought to them on the2d
August by an Indian named Spanish John, resi-
ding on the Gulf coast. He was one of the two
who attempted to escape when surrounded by the
troops at Fort Mellon, and was shot dead as above
stated. He had with him a large amount of mo-
ney, and a number of percussion caps, such as are
used by the dragoons. It is not impossible that
he was present at, if not an actor in the Coloosa-
hatchee tragedy.
AWFUL INSANITY-We learnifrom Briggs's Bul-
letin, that Mrs. H. Barnard, of Andover, (a far-
mer, much esteemed and respected) who has for
some years been subject to fits of insanity, was
attacked on Tuesday, with a violent madness,
which she had never before exhibited. During its
paroxysm she seized one of her children, a boy
ten years old, and with a knife severed the mus-
cles of the neck until the head fell upon the child's
breast. His cries were heard by a woman not far
off, who ran to his rescue, and found that the
wretched mother had partially cut the throat of
another child about three years old.
The woman tore the child from the mother's
grasp, and fled with it to the road. The mother
pursued her, and with the knife red with the blood
of her offspring, met a Mrs. Shattuck, who had
come out, attracted by the cries of the woman and
child, and attacked her with insane ferocity, in.
flicting several wounds. Happily some men pass
ing by, seized the maniac, and succeeded in secu-
ring her.
Mrs. B. is a member of a religious society in
Andover, and when of sound mind, is mild ant
amiable, and always has been highly esteemed anc
respected.- [Boston Transcript.
A southern editor has decided that the fever anc
ague is a science, and not a disease.

The accounts by the Liverpool steam-ship
exhibit a gratifying evaporation of the war
spirit on the part of Mr. W. The first trien-
nial celebration of the National Agricultural
Society, was held at Oxford on the 18th July.
Earl Spencer presided ; and it is said that near-
ly 3000 persons sat down to table on the oc-
casion. During the convivialities, the chairman
alluded particularly to the presence of Mr.
Webster, and concluded a complimentary
speech with The health of Webster, and oth-
er distinguished strangers." Mr. Webster re-
plied at some length, and no doubt with his
usual cleverness, and said,
Some little clouds have overhung our horizon
-I trust they will soon pass away. I am sure
that the age we live in does not expect that Eng-
land and America are to have controversies car-
ried to the extreme upon any occasion not of the
last importance to national interests and honor.-
We live in an age when nations as well as in.
dividuals are subject to a moral responsibility.-
(Cheers.) Neither government nor people-thank
God for it-can now trifle with the general sense
of the civilized world, cheerss), and I am sure that
the civilized world would hold your country and

my country to a very strict account, if, without
very plain and apparent reason, deeply affecting
the independence and great interests of the nation,
any controversy between them should have other
than an amicable issue. (Cheers.)
"I will venture to say that each country has
intelligence enough to understand all that belongs
to its just rights, and is not deficient in means to
maintain them; (cheers), and if any controversy
between England and America were to be pushed
to the extreme of force, neither party would or
could have any signal advantage over the other,
except what it could find in the justness of its
cause and the approbation of the world. (Loud
It will be remarked, that the pacific declara-
tion -of Mr. Webster was uttered not far from
the period which he had fixed for taking pos-
session of the territory in dispute, with the
triumphant defiance, "drive us from it if you
can!"-from all which it is apparent, to adopt
his own language, that "the vigor and success
of the war have failed to come up to the lofty
and sounding language of the manifesto."

The weapon mainly relied upon by the fe-
deral presses and orators, during the recent can-
vass in Tenneasee, was the charge against the
administration of suffering public officers to pe-
culate upon the treasury, and abscond with the
public funds-elaborating huge pyramids of
falsehood upon the groundwork furnished by
the scoundrelism of a few federal and conser-
vative whigs, whom the administration was un-
lucky enough to have in its employ. One of
the most vociferous in this cry was John W.
Crockett, who is indebted to the posthumous
reputation of his eccentric father for a seat in
congress. The Tennessee Patriot alleges,
and adduces the certificate of the Register of
the Treasury in proof, that the'same honorable
Mr. Crockett has charged, for mileage, at the
first session of the last congress, a distance of
1000 miles, and for the second and third ses-
sion, 1250 miles, when the actual distance from
his residence to the seat of government is but
853 miles This is a sample of" whig" virtue
and horror of" peculation."

MUSEUM. -The Benefit of Mir. Addrant, the ce-
lebrated Magician, takes place this evening, with
one of the most attractive announcements ever pre-
sented here. The exhibition will be in lour parts
-feats of legerdemain, mechanical and philoso-
phical experiments -a dance by a set of magical
figures; Sailor's Hornpipe by Tom Tug; a beau-
tiful dance by Mademoiselle Celeste; also a dance
by Toby Filpot-and the gentleman having his
wardrobe and boarding-house in his hat. Mr. A.
this night appeals to the liberality of the Albani-
ans; let him not appeal in vain, for his general
good conduct and the high standing of his exhibi-
tion certainly should on this occasion draw him a
full house. JUVENIS.

[From the Churchman.]
TATION.-Twelfth Sunday after Trinity, August
18, Canton. Tuesday, 20, Morristown. Friday,
23, Malone, Franklin county, ordination A. M.,
confirmation P. M.
Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity, August 25,
Plattsburgh, Clinton county. Wednesday, 28,
Moriah, Essex county. 29, Ticonderoga. Satur-
day, 31, Hampton, Washington county.
Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity, September 1,
Granville. Tuesday, 3, Fort Edward. 4, Sandy
Hill. 5, Glenn's Falls, WVarrcn county.
Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity, Sept. 8, Sche-
nectady, institution A. M., confirmation P. M.-
Tuesday, 10, Marlborough, Ulster county, conse-
cration A. M., confirmation P. M. 11, Walden,
Orange county, ordination A. M., confirmation P.
M. Friday, 13, Phillipstown, Putnam county, or-
dination A. M., confirmation P. M.
Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity, Sept. 15, St.
Mary's Church, New. York.
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity, September
22, Astoria, Queens county, institution A. M.,
confirmation P. M.
Where ordinations are to take place, the candi.
dates are expected to see that the proper number
of presbyters, two at least, are in attendance.
The neighboring clergy are requested to make
arrangements for officiating occasionally, prior to
the Bishop's visitation, and preparing candidates
for confirmation, if there be any, in such of the
above named parishes as are vacant.
Any other services, not inconsistent with punc-
tually meeting the above appointments, will also
be rendered with pleasure.

OLD TRINITY, with all its hallowed associations,
is nearly levelled with the dust. Some defect in
the root, which menaced mischief, induced an
overhauling, with a design to repair the original
structure-but the mischief was more extensive
than was at first supposed-and now, having gone
on from point to point, till little but the bare walls
and steeple were left, it has been determined, we
understand, to pull down the whole building, and
replace it with a grand cathedral church. Accord-
ingly, this morning, the steeple was lowering
piecemeal to the earth, and New-York will, for a
space, miss one of its most prominent, loftiest,
and long accustomed land marks.
We rejoice that this striking and beautiful site
is to be adorned with a building that will be both
an honor to the church and an ornament to the
city.-[N. Y. American.'

Democratic Young Men's Ward Meetings.

Pursuant to notice, the Democratic Young Men of the
First Ward met at the Birch Knot House on Monday
evening, Aug. 19. The meeting was called to order by
A. C. Southwick; and on m-tion R. J. HILTON was
called to the chair, and GEORoGE S. LACY appointed
On motion, the following persons were appo nted by
the Chair to nominate delegates to represent this ward in
the YoungMen's general comasittee:-Thomas M. Burt,

Monday, Aug. 19.
30 shares Bank of Commerce ............99
400..do..Drv Dock.. .............. 89ta91
580..do.. Delaware & Hudson........68ja69t
5..do.. State Bank....................... 06
355..do. .N Am Trust & Banking co.. ..71a73
10..do.. Farmers Trust.. ....... ......104
100..do..Mechanic's Bank Asso..........82
68..do..AAmerican Exchange Bank....... 83
35..ao..Ohio Life & Trust.............991
205..do..U. States Bank......... 1081a109
45..do..Vicksburg Bank............... .37
225..do..Kentucky Bl:............. 9'a797
90..do..Morris Canal...... *....29a29
100..do..Canton Co .....................351
160..do..Mohawk R R...............56ja58
525..do..Patterson Rail Road......... 521a53t
167..do..New Jersey R. R................90
195..do..N.Y. Prov & Bos.........*.24ja241
800..do..Harlmm R. R........... ...48la50
The news by the Liverpool has had more effltct
than has of late been customary. Money stocks
have fallen, except U. S. Bank, for which there
were a good many orders, and the price went ug
I per cent. Cotton is selling at jai cents advance
on the closing sales of last week. Flour has run
up 25 cts. with large sales closing at $6 50 for
Ohio-$6 56a62 for common Genesee,and $6 50a-
62 for Georgetown, The sales of flour were ma-
ny of them for shipment, partly to Canada, some
to England, and some elsewhere.

0l' At a meeting of the corps of V. R. Guards, he'd at
their Armory on the evening of the 19t) August inst., it
was unanimously resolved that the following Card should
be signed by the President and Secretary, and published
in all the Albany, and one of the Poughkeepslc papLrs:
The members of the Van Rensselaer Guards, of Alba-
ny, take lhis method of publicly expressing their thanks
and acknowledgements to the Poughkeepsie Guards and
citizens of Poughkeepsie, for their kind and generous
treatment of us during our recent visit to their village,
anJd we would be happy to reciprocate that attention
when occasion offers.
We also tender our acknowledgements to the gentle-
manly proprietors of the Poughkeepsie ilotel, for their
attention to our comfort and convenience.
Tro the Principal of the Poughkeepsie Collegiate Insti-
tute, we also tender our thanks, for his politeness in in-
viling ns to visit the Institute und&r his charge; which
visit afforded us great gratification.
To the othicers of the steamboats Champlain and Alba-
ny, we offer our heartfelt thanks for their kindness to
us while w:. were on their boats* as passengers.
To the Albany Union Guards, our fellow citizen sol-
diers, we tender our thanks for their politness in escort-
ing us to the boat on our departure for Poughkeepsie.
WM. BLOOLGOOD, President.
JOHN V. R. ELMXENDORF, Sec'ry. au2t-lt

AUCTION NOTICE-Catalogue Sale of Furni-
ture--JONKl & LAISDELL will sell THIS
MORNING, at 10 o'clock, on the premises, 151I Lydius-
st., the whole of the household and kitchen furniture of
a family breaking up house keeping. This catalogue
presents a variety of modern, fashionable and useful ar-
ticles of furniture, worthy the attention of persons re-
quiring such articles. House open from 8 this morning
till 10, the hour of sale. au2t
U [UMMER GOODS-All the light goods now ia
S store, will be sold at very reduced prices, to make
room for lall goods. Among them are-
Light fig'd silks at 4s 9d Irish linens 3s 6d
plain do 4s 6d Pine Ido 5s
S clihangeab'e, sup 6s Grass coats 12s
French mulls 2s Silk drawers 20s
do calicoes 2s do gloves 2s
chintz prints aIs Heavy half hose 2s
fine do Is 6d FPine do Is
Ladies' chip hats 4s 6d do cotton Is to 4s
Fine s raw do 28s Silk hose 4s to Ils
Leghorn do 30s Lace shawls 24s to 80S
Shawls, laces, fancy gloves and scarfs equally low.-
Ladies wishing the above goods, will find a good lot at
Sau21 288 North Market st.
7 AKE NOTICE-The subscriber having been in-
f formed that a counterfeit of Jayne's Carminative
Balsam for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, &c.,
has made its appearance in this city. he hereby cautions
all persons against purchasing the above valuab e mcdi-
r cine of any other individual than himself, who is the
I only authorised aient for this city. Hd also informs the
Public, that in addition to Dr. Jayne's written signature
on the wrapper, each bottle has the words. '" Dr. Jayne's
SCarminative Balsam, Philada.." blown on the glass; and
Sas a further preventive against imposition, every bottleof
. the genuine Balsam. as well as other medicines prepared
by Dr. Jayne, sold in this city. will be labelled as "from
Sthe Variety Store, 392 South Market st., Albany, N. Y."
which, as itefore stated, is the only place in this city
where the genuine can be procured. Price, 50 cents.
aa2l 3029 South Market at.
T btate; Magazine, for August; 85 per annum. Sub.
scription.rec'd by W. C. LITTLE,
i au2t cor. State st.

d so great as might have been expected. But th
n camp, artillery, baggage, and even the muskets o
- the Turkish army, fell into the hands ofth
r Egyptians. The Seraskier, carried away in th
s general rout, crossed the Euphrates. His horse
wounded by a ball in the shoulder, fell from los
- of blood in the middle of the river, and would
g have been carried away, with his rider, when
- young Albanian, on a small Epirote horse, seized
* the Seraskier by the middle, and contrived to ge
e him safe to the other bank. Three hours after
- ward Ibrahim was reposing under the tent of th
D Seraskier."
V The Turkish Fleet in the hands of the Egyp
The Moniteur of Friday, July 26, received by
t extraordinary express, has the following import
e tant telegraphic despatch:
The Agent of Foreign Affairs'to the President c
e the Council-
y it Marseilles, July 25, 3 P. M.-On the 8th th
Sultan's death was known at Alexandria. On
a the 9th, a Turkish corvette, having on board Ne
- zib Bey, keaga of the captain pacha charged to an
g nounce to the viceroy the presence of the captain
e pacha at Slanhio, sailing towards Rhodes, and t
r propose to him to place the Turkish fleet unde
a his protection to guarantee it against the trouble
to be feared in Turkey on the Sultan's death.-
The viceroy's reply is not known, buthe has sen
a the steamer, the Black Sea, to the captain pacha
SOn the 10th, AstriffEffendi, sent by the youn1
n Sultan to announce his father's death to the vice
e roy, arrived at Alexandria.
6 "Paris, Friday, 5 P. M.-The above news ha
e produced a great senation, and the diplomatic
e corps is in dismay.
The Augsburg Gazette of the 22d inst., state
f that the two fleets, Turkish and Egyptian, wil
a sail to Constantinople together to overturn th
. new order of things.
r "The Semaphore of Marseilles, of the 23d, an
e ounces the arrival of the Prince de Joinville
I at Constantinople on the 8th.
Ibrahim's bulletin of the victory says that h
s would pursue the enemy, but he cannot fin
t them.
n Letters from Alexandria of the 6th state grea
, joy to prevail there. On the 28th ult. M. Caill,
- the French envov, had not arrived at Thrahim'

U x FOR SALE-The premises No. S7 Water-
I street, Albany, lately occupied by George Rus-
sl ell & Brother, as a Steam DyewoodiPlanting
Sand Plaster Mill, together with all the machine-
ry, fixtures, tool and implements belonging to the same
consisting of dyewood and faster mills, planning ma,
chines, a superior steam engine, and appurtenances.-.
The premises front on Water st., and extend in the rear
to the Albany Basin. and possess superior advantages for
carrying on the business for which they were designed.
If not previously sold at private sale, they will he ex-
posed to sale at public auction at the Mansion House in
the city of Albany, on Tuesday the 3rd day of September
next, at 12 o'clock at noon.
The premises are now open for inspection. Forteres,
u2l1-td Assignee.
N EW BOOKS-Desultory Thoughts and Reflec-
tions, by the Countess of Blessineton.
Hyperion, a romance, by Prof. Longfellow, 3 vole.
Sketches of London, by the author of the Great Me.
tropolis, 2 vols. %.
Mantelh's Wonders of Geology, 2vola.
And all the new publications.
au21 0 STEELE'S Bookstore.
.Ni Means and Ends, or Self-training.
"parks's Life of Washington.
Tie Thugs, Assassins of India.
Roget's Physiology and Phrenology,
Colman's Library of Romance.
The Poets of America, illustrated; a specimen copy.
Complete works of Ben Johnson. with life and portrait.
The Reviews, Journals and Magazines, rec'd at
au21 W. C. LITTLE'S, cor. State sat.
FCQILLEGE-The Lectures w11 commence on
Thursday, Oct. 3, 1839, and continue sixteen weeks.
Chemistry and Pharmacy, by Beinij. Sillman, M. 1k,
I.. D.
Theory and Practice of Physic, by Eli Ives, M. T.
Materia Aledica and Therapeutics, by Wm. Tully,
Surgery, by Jonathan Knight, M. D.
Obstetrics, by Timothy P. Beers, M. D.
Anatomy and Physiology, by Chas. Hooker, M. D.
The fees for a full course are $76; the graduation fee
&15. There is no expense for dissection fee; subjects
arc furnished for a reasonable price, and the dissecting
rooms will be kept open a month after the close of the
lectures. New Haven, Aug. 17.
auil-law3w CHAS. HOOKER, Secretary.
INDIAN MOCCASI, -4A splendid variety.
consisting of" two hundred pair, richly ornamented
with Beads, Moose Hair and Porcupine Quills, received
from Cinada, at the U. S. BAZAAR,
au20 324 North Market street.
A pew supply of Fancy Good,, Toys, &c., just re-
ceived by S. VAN SCHAACK,
au20 O 392 South Market st.
N ETTING NEEDLES-Desitrabie +tfrz rt
ceived and for sale at the VARIETY TOef4'1.
ou20 402 South Market it,
JUST PURLISItED--A hpMap of Peripeeiieti,
Architectulm aid Landscape Drawings, aceomp.mni-
nied by a book of explanations, prepared for the use of
the Poughkeepsie Collegiate School, by WV. Wi Ison, au-
thor of Civil Polity and Political Economy,
Walker on Intermarriage, a new edi. For sale at
au20 0. STEELE'S Bookstore.
ly Jewett & Selden,) Attorneys and Counsellors at
Law, and Solicitors and Counsellors in Chancery, Clark-
son, Moahroe co., N Y. Dated Aug. 1, 1839. au20-6m
ond editor, with plates. -
Also, new supplies of all the late publications .
Willson's Perspective, Architectural and Lanidscape
The Corsair, the Mirror, Waldie's Library.
Journal American Institute.
Fables of Florian. splendidly illustrated.
The Gallery of Versailles, splendidly illustrated.
Hyperion, a romance, 2 vols. For sale by
au20 W. C. LITTLE, cor. State st.






'On this occasion he will give one of the most splendid
Magical Exhibitions ever witnessed in this city.
FOR YOUNG LA DI E, No. 295 N. Market st.
The next quarter will commence on Monday, 2d of Sep-
tember next.
The course of instruction is designed to embrace all
the various branch s of a complete female education.-
Pupils connected with the school will be adminiiied to the
lectures of the Albany Medical College, on Chemistry,
Mineralogy, Geology and Natural History, by Prof Em-
mons; also, to an extra course on Natural Philosophy, by
Prof. Hopkins of Williams College.
The lectures will commence early in the season, and
be continued throuhI the fall and winter.
The proprietors pledge their best exertions to merit
confidence and patron-ige.
Circulars containing further information, terms of in-
struction, &c. &c., may be had of the proprietors, L.
Market st., where application for admission may be made,
or to either of the following gentlemen of this city, to
whom reference may had, viz:
Rev. Win. B. Sprague, D. D.
Hon. D. D. Barnard, LL. U.
Prof. EmmonsM. D.
Rev. Isaac N. 'Wyckoff, D. D.
Reference is also made to Rev. President Day and Pro-
fessor Silliman of Yale College, or to any other members
of the faculty; James A Hilihouse, esq., Rev. Leonard
Bacon, and Rev. S. W. S. Dutton, New IlHaven, Conn.;
Rev. D. L. Parmelee, Tracy Peck, esq., Wells R. Bying-
ton and Sheldon Lewis, Bristol, Conn.; Judge Cushman
and Thomas Reed, esq., Troy; Rev. Robert Baird, Chas.
Haddock, M. D. and Matthew P. Read, esq., New York
city; Rev. T. McKwight, D. D. and Rev. John Kennedy,
Philadelphia; Rev. Win. Neill, Germantown, Fa ; ten.
Daniel Elmer and Lucius Q. C. Elmer, Bridgeton, N.J.;
Hon. John Y. Mason and Dr. Wmin. B. Goodwyn, South-
ampton co., Va.; Dr. John Draper, Prof. of C.hemistry
and Mineralogy. Hampden, Sidney College, Privee Ed-
ward co., Va.; Jno. Smith, Principal of an Academy, and
Rev. Arn tides Smith, Petesburgh, Va.; Rev.J. G.Clai-
borne, Brunswick county, Va.; Dr. Charles M. Ford,
Perquimans county, N. C. au2(-tf
YOUNG MEN-The next quarter will commence
on Monday. the 2d of September next.
Mons Dyot will give instruction in the French lan-
guage, and pupils may if they choose be admitted to the
French classes, independent of the other studies.
Applications for admission may be made to L. SPRAGUR
PARsons. A. B., Principal, No 295 N. Market st., or to
either of the Trustees. By order of the Board.
The Trustees are-
CONRAD A. TEN EYCK. au20-llt
tidle alnost invaiia.bly gives relief to children when
teething, and is often effectual when children ae threat-
ened with convulsions. The genuine can be bought only
at the Variety Store, 392 South Market st., of
PLEASE TO READ THIS-At this season
witen cases of diarrhea, dysen;eryv cholera morbus,
cramps, cholics, or summer complaint exist in almost ev-
ery family, a medicine which will give immediate relief
is invaluable. Such it is believed is Dr. Jaynes's Car
minative Balsam, and indeed the ,ubseribet knows ofca-
sea where it has been tried and found effectual. He
therefore recommends it with confidence. Price 50 ets.
Sold genuine only at the Variety Store, 392 South Mar-
ket street, by. VAN SCHAACK.

FIRE INSURANCE-The Hartford Fire Insur-
ance Company continue to insure houses, stores,
merchandise, household furniture, and most descriptions
of property, at tht usual rates. Apply to
0. iTEELE, Agent,
aul9-6t No. 403 S. Market st.
EMOVAL-PRUYN & MARTIN have removed
their Law office to No. 2, second floor of the nets
Exchange. aul9-lw
-WEBB & DOUGLAS, (51 State-street) are now
receiving their importations for the fall trade. They of-
fer for sale a large and complete assortment of fine andi
common ware, at the lowest New York prices. Albany
August 17, 1839. aui7-dlwc2m
H IDES-40,000 prime sole and upper leather hides,
for sale by SE1 MOUR & WOOD,
aul9 No. 6 State street.
The extract of Areca Citechu, or Betel Nut, for
coloring the hair, sold at te U. S. BAZAAR,
aul9 32-1 North Market street.
and plugging hollow or carious teeth. Full direc-
tions for the use accompany each bottle. Sold genuine
at the U. S BAZAAR,
aul9 324 North Market street.

LUM-Sealed proposals will be received by the un-
dersigned commissioners to contract for and superintend
the erection of the New-York State Lunatic Asylum, at
the office of W. H. Shearman, No. 88 (Law Buildings)
in the city of Utica, until the tenth day of September next,
for the laying up of one or two stories (at our option,)
above the basement of the main building now being erec-
ted, with stone and brick combined, and with brick alone,
the brick by the thousand and stone by the yard Mate.
rWas of all kinds necessary in the work will be furnish-
ed, and it will be expected that the persons making pro-
posals will Include all the necessary tenders of all sorts.
Stoae Cutting-Proposals will also be received for
bush hammering from two to.five hundred yards Stitsville
Security will be required for the performance of each
contract, and specifications will be exhibited at the office
aforesaid, and at the Asylum till the ninth day of Sep-
ember next. Dated Utica, Aueust 17, 1839.
aui9-d3w Commissioners.
quarter will commence on Monday, the 3d of Sep-
tember next. Arrangements have been made to accom-
modate a larger number of scholars from abroad.
Thisinstitution (toundedin theyear 1814,andoceupying
&Spacious and elegant edifice, erected especially for its ac-
goalinodation)comprises,exclusive of'theclassescoinposed
of those pupils from the higher departments, pursuing the
iu4y o fthile French and Latin languages, Natural Histo-
ry, Chemistry and Blotany, six departments, three of
which are subdivided, and the whole under the charge of
sixteen professorsand teaehers.andsubject to monthlyvis-
itations by committees of' the board of trustees.
The course of instruction is designed to be useful and
practical, and to embrace all the various branches of a
complete female education.
The institution isfurnished with maps, charts, globes,
models,a superior chemical and philosophical apparatus,
and an extensive library, containing about six thou-
sa*d volumes; in addition to which, in each of the
three lower departments, is asmallerlibrary,carebully
elected, with reference to the capacities and attainments
of thl younger pupils instructed in them.
Amp.e arrangements have been made, under such regu*
nations as the trustees feel confident will prove satisfacto-
ry to parents, in the establishment, connected with the
families respectively of the Principal and Professor ol
Natural Philosophy, as well as in several private families,
for the accommodation of pupils from a distance. And
in view of the increased and increasing number of pupils
from a distance, it is proper to add, that duringthe present
year these arrangements have been considerably extended.
The expense incurred by young lady forboard andtuition,
including allthe studies taught in the Academy, will not
exceed t'25 per annum; andin these establishments the
best facilities areafforded foracquiringa knowledge olf mu-
sic, drawing, or any of the ornamental branchesof female
education, at a moderate additional charge.
The trustees have the pleasure to state, that they have
secured the services of Professor MoLiNtnn, of the West
Point Military Academy, as Professor of French in this
justitution, and that arrangements have been made for
receiving young ladies as boarders in his family, where
the Frenlh language will be exclusively spoken.
The academici;tl year cQ1iniences on the nrst ofSeptem-
ber and is divided into four tt-rmns,commencing respective-
ly on the 1st ,f September, '23d of November, 15th of Feb-
j;sry, and the 8th of May; a vacation of'six weeks follow
IRS Lt;xmiination in July, and asecoipdof one week
the close of t|e qtuttrer ending the Ist ot'May.
For terms of instruction, which have been placed on a
liberal footing, or for any other infor'inioan which may be
required in relation tothe institution,referenctm may behad
to A,CMTTEsTON, A. M.,the principal, or to either of the
Por general information concerningthe character ofthe
iati qion, &c. the trustees beg leave to relfer to Chancel-
lor lantaf'hie city ot New York, Rev. Dr. Ludlow, Pro
vost oftheUniversiky of Pennsylvania, Rev. Dr. Ferris,
New York, who, during their residence in Albany, have
successively presided over the inistittutioi; to Benjamin F.
Butler Attorney General ofthe U. S., Washington City;
hon. Jacob Sutherland, Geneva, New York, and J. '1.
Norton,esq,, Farminglon, Conni., late trustees. By order
oftihMe Board. A.CRITTENTON, Secretary.
The Trustees are;
II-_ JMIA M1'V rA *M lR.' ElrKT.

Packet schr. ELLEN, Penrield, master, will -U andSCOU'CH ALE, justreceived and for sale by
sail on Saturday, 17th instant. For f eight the tierce or dozen, by .TTRE
or passage apply to E.R. & E. SATTIERLEI,
aul3 C. A. KEELER, 120 Pier. je5 61 Stalest.
pTiN RiFiLES and Fowling 4duns. A new sup- T. Len per cent., onil thie capital stock of thie Albany
ply just receNved by GEO. WARn EN, Exchange Bank is hereby made, payable on Saturday.
au14 372 South Market street, the 24th day of August next, and a further call of Ten
AC suprio per cent on Tuesday, thie 24th day of September next.-
B oiACK GAMMON BOARDS--A superior Thefirst payable to the subscribers, at iNo. l2in the low-
style of English Back gammon boards, just rcceiv- er story oftne. Exchange, (oin State st., and the last at
ed at tile U.S. BAZAAR, their banking room in Albany. By order of the Board
aul4 3-24 North Market street- of Directors. Dated July 23,1839.
C CASHMERE SHAWLS-White, green, black G. IV. STANTON,
amid iode;colored, new patterns. Alsoa lot of imi- SAML. STEVENS,
station Cashmere and Merino shawls. just opened at jy24-td JOHN Ml. NE WTON.
VAN BENrtHUYSEN't, pP IG IRON-74 tons best No. 1 Scotch Pig Iron,
an44 288 North Market st. tons B nninigton hot. blast do
N IEEId E WORKED COLLARS-A 10o oUt 200 do Dover and Fishkill hot blast do
fine French collars, bands and lace, just opened at 50 do southernn do do
VAN BFNTHUYSEN'S, 50 do Jersey No. 2 do
aul4 288 North Market st. jy2O For sale by JOEL RATHBONE.
W ANTED-A Girl to do housework. Enquire at LF OUR SIDED STROP-Old Saunder's origin-
i46 State street. aul4a I "l Razot trop, with tile tablet, is sold at the'
.. ITI flt A '7A A Itl'I )A V ,lN.,_l ,. -.

T 0. DAVIS & CO. are just receiving 150 cases
best J" P. ihick, valf and kip boots. Also 350 cases
boots, sho:s andl brogans, comprising a choice and ex
tensive assortment, fresh from thie manufacturers, such
as is seldom offered in this market, all of which will be
sold at the lowest manufacturer's prices, at No.W3 State
street. au14
ORGAN-On Sunday, August 11, 1839, a new Or-
gan was opened in St.. John's Church, Cohoes, from
the manufactory of GEORGC JARDIINE, Broadway,
New York, which we are informed is the first of the kind
ever built in this country-possessing, besides all the ap-
pliances of a regular Finger Keyed Organ, the addition
of barrel movements, which can perform all kinds of
music to any extent. To those about furnishing their
churches with organs, we have great pleasure in invi-
ting them to inspect it, and also in recommending Mr.
Jardine as a builder, every way deserving confidence;
and in justice to him we declare, that not only is it a
most beautiful Finger Organ, but that its mechanical
performance of Psalmody, is of the highest order of ex-
cellence and far surpassiny our expectations.
L. Ml. Tracy, A. S. Wilkinson,
J. Houghton, 0. C. Hubbard,
aul4-3m David Hamilton, Vestrymen.
Fanny, andl other Poems, with a plate.
Sparks's Life and Writings of Washington and
Prescott's Ferdinand and Isabella.
Bancroft's History United states .
Complcie works of Ben Johnson.
The cheap edition of Waverley Novels, at 2s.
Constantinople Illustrated.
I.ife and Writings of Charles Dickins, Boz.
Gardner's Music of Nature.
Deluze on Animal Magnetism.
The Pictorial History of England.
The Pictorial edition of Shakspeare.
The Pictorial Arabian Knights.
The North American Aboriginal Port Folio.
Life of William Wallace. For sale by
au14 W. C. LITTLE, cor. State st.
COTTON YARN-Different Nos. of an excellent
article, can be bound at the new store of
424 South Market st., east side.
au14-dac corner of Division st.
for sale by H. H. BABCOCK,
424 South Market St.. cast side,
au14-dac corner of Division st.
tfor sale by GEO. WARREN,
au14 372 South Market street.
suing session will commence on Tuesday, Oct. 1st.,
1839, and continue sixteen weeks.
Aiden March, M. D., President and Professor of Sur-
David M. Reese, M. D., Professor of the Theory and
Practice of Medicine.
Ebenezer Emmons, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and
Natural History.
James H. Armsby, M. D., Professor of Anatomy.
David M. M' Iachlan, M. D., Professor of Materia Me-
dica and Therapeutics.
Gunning S. Bedford, M. D. Professor of Obstetrics.
Thomas Hun, M. D., Professor of the Institutes of Me-
Amos Dean, esq. Professor of Medical Jurisprudence.
The fee for the whole course is $70.
Matriculation fee. $5; Graduation fee, $20. oarding
may be obtained at from $2 50 to $9 50 per week.
au6-td J. H. ARMSBY. Registrar.
State street-The next quarter will commence on
Thursday, 5th September. Day classes on Thursday and
Saturday; Evening classes on Tuesday and Friday.-
This institution was founded in May, 1837. and has been
in successful operation since that time. Upwards of E00
pupils have received musical instruction in its different
departments. '1 he course of instruction is designed to
embrace all the various branches of a complete musical
education, The attention of parents and guardians, and
all who feel interested in the cause of musical education,
is respectfully solicited.
For terms, or any other information in regard to the
institution, reference may be had to J. 0. FLAGLER,
Principal, at his residence, or at tlhe Hall of the Seminary.
%7Trhe next Semi-Annual Conceit of the Pupils of the
Second Department, will take place the last week in
September. iue notice of whiah will be given. aul3-3w

_ TO LET-The store No. 338 North Market
street. Possession given immediately. Enquire
election for fifteen directors and three inspectors of
election, for he Albany Exchange Bank, will be held at
No. lt in the Exchange Building, on Tuesday the 3rd daN
of September next. The poll will be open from 10 to 12
o'clock A. M. By order of the Board of Directors. Al-
bany, Aug. 1, 1939.
au,2-td G. W. STANTON, V. Prest.
dividend of Four per cent. on the capital stock ol
this coaipany has been declared, payable to the stock-
holders at the Commnei cial Bank on and after the 10th
inst. Albany, August 7, 1839.
au8-lw 0. MEADS, Treasurer.
S willow work baskets, oh an extra fine quality and
new patterns, of Germ in manufacture, just rec'd at the
aug U. S. BAZAAR, 324 N. Market st.
Cramp Cholie, Vomiting, pains in the stomach ant
bowels, sick or nervous headache, and that frequent and
fatal malady among children, termed cholera infantunm,
or summer complaint, can be cured hby the use of Dr.
Jayne's Carminative Balsam. For sale genuine at the
Variety Store, 392 S. Market st., by
jy22 S. VAN SCHA 'CK.
Without a preparation Tlie article, sold at the Va
riety Store, is warranted good and genuine.
jyl9 392 South Market st.
QUMMER BED QUILTS-Superfine 10-4,11-4,
i 124, 13-4 and 14-4 French Bed Quilts at 331 North
Market st., 2d door south of the Mansion House.
jeI8 E. A. HARRIS.
I shaving, can be found at the Variety Store, 392 S
Market street.
ET THE WISE CONSIDER that the store
corner of North Market st. and Maiden lane (Stan-.
wix Hall) is the place where dry goods are sold at a large
discount from regular prices; where an exterminating
war is waged against all whose motto is large profits;
where money is refunded for every article purchased, il
goods do not perfectly satisfy the purchaser; and the very
place where every one (who wishes to pay a snimall, very
small profit from New York auction prices, without be-
iiing deceived or defrauded,) ought to wend their way,
without turning either to the right or left. The People'L
Store. [aul6] TALCOTI & CO.
PERFUMERY-Cologne, Lavender, Florida and
SHoney waters, can be purchased at the Variety
Store, 392 South Market street, of
lOR FAMILIES-Wire Provision Safes, of va
Serious sizes, for sale at the
au16 U. S. BAZAAR, 324 N. Market st.
ry in America, by Capt. Mlarryatt.
The British Magazines, for July, for sale by
au9 W. C. LITTLE, cor. State st.
:TRAYED OR STOLEN-A small black DO).
of the grey hound breed. For his return to the own
er, or information given to this office where he may be
found, a liberal reward will be paid. je22 tf
ptpkLOR DOOR MATS-A beautiful article
for sale At the U. S. BAZAAR,
aults 324 North I'l-rket st.
APIKE COMPANY-An election will be held at the
Mansion House, on ihe2cd day of September next, at 11
o'clock A. M., for the choiceofnine directors for the en-
suing year. Albany, Aug. 12, 1139.
aulS-td WML. McHARG, Treas'r.
J.' wood and mahogany desks for ladies, just rec'd at
aula U. S. BAZAAR, 3.4 N. Market st.
i FOR SALIE-That valuable 'property on
the corner of WVater and Lumbmr-streets, in the
Fifth ward of the city of Albany, formerly
known as the Dry Dock Foundry, is offered for
sale on reasonable and accommodating terms, by the
subscribers. If not sold before the 16th day of Septem-
hbr it will or itht day he exnosed to sale bY public atuc-

mnirably adapted for trout llsliing, sold at tihe
ua3 U. S. BAZAAR. 321 N. Market st.
YuKK--Ottiece of superintendent of Commnon
schools, Albany, August 2d, 1839.
Notice is hereby given, that at the commencement of
the next term of the New York Institution for tihe In-
struction ot thie Deaf and Dumb, on the 15th day of Sep-
tember next, it is expected there will be twenty or twen-
ty-live vacancies in the list of pupils supported at the ex-
pense of the state. Applications for the admission of
indigent pupils to supply those vacancies, may be ntaec
at once to the Superintendent of Comiimoni :SchooL; and
it is desirable that they should be presented as soun as
practical, that tihe necessary tarrangeienits may Le
made to enable those who shall be selected to join their
respective classes at the commencement of the inew term.
6uch applications must l'e accomp;umied by a certificate
of the overseers of the poor of tihe town, stating the
name and age of the propo-ed pupil, (whoi must be over
twelve and under twenty-five years of age,) and the in-
ability of his parents or guardians to maintainlujiim at tihe
Institution; and it' there be also an inability to clothe the
pupils, that fuict should be stated, tor in such case the
county is required by law to raise the sum ofl twenty dol-
lars annually tor time purpose.
Eaclih Senate District is entitled to send fifteen pupils;
but in case of their neglect to furnish their full number,
within two months alter notice given, tile deficiency
may be made up from other districts. This has been done
for several years, so that there is now a great dispropor-
tion in the numbers taken from the respective districts.
From the 7i.h there is but one; from the 8th, twelve; irom
the 5th, twenty-three, &c. Applications may therefore
be made from any part of the state, and if they are wore
numerous than the vacancies, preference will be given in
the selection to those senate districts which have the
smallest number of pupils. JOHN C. SPENCER,
au5-d2wc3w Superintendent.
valuable property, with its appurtenances, situ-
ated near the banks of the Hudson in the village
n of Schuylerville. Saratoga county, is offered lor
&ae. IVhe advantages of this location, as a place of bu-
siness, are too well known to need description. etfor
the information o01 some, it may be well to staie, that it
is situated at the junction ol' two stage rods, from Alba-
ty to Champlain, and from Boston, via Bennington and
Caamiridge to Saratoga Spriums; and being on tihe spot
where Burgoyne surrendered, and just. far enough to af-
ford a pleasant ride Irom Saratoga Springs. It receives
the patronage of a numerous host ot visitors, in addition
to those of ordinary boarding and travel. Persons wish-
ing to buy, would do well to call and examine for them-
selves before locating elsewhere. Terms made to suit
the purchaser. schuylerville,N. Y., August 1,1839.
aul6-dactf ALFRED SCOFl6LD, Proprietor.
Though tihe handsomest in market, sell best by be-
ing in operation; therefore baking, roasting, boiling, &c.,
will be done with them, for the public notice, during the
first Monday and Tuesday in tach month, at No. 35 S.
Pearl st Albany. Other stoves will be freely admitted
tfor trial and comparison, having the fuel weighed tor
each, and all things properly noted and adjudged. Tne
premium stoves should Le thus tested. The chief mana-
ger (iof the American Institute, gives little premiums, for
cooking stoves that never had fire in them,and thus induces
the people to buy them, though he knows Hot that they
are worth tihe trouble of carrying home. If the chief man-
ager shares in the profits of his premiums, he is certainly
a cunning, if not an honest man.
Two sizes of Douglas's stoves, lately made more per-
fect, burn wood and coal finely, without change in the
furnace. [jy31-dac] BERIAH DOUGLAS
H OSIERY-A fine assortment just received at the
new store of H. H. BABCOCK,
424 South Market St., east side,
jy23-dac corner of Division st.
'ININ PLATE, COPPER, &c.-200 boxes Tin
8 cases sheathing Copper.
1'0 sheets braziers' do
000 lbs. Block Tin. Just received and for sale by
W M. & A. GOULD & CO., Law Booksellers,
No. 104 State street, Albany, have just published
and for sale-
A new and revised edition of the Chancery Court
Rules, 1839.
Also, Session Laws. New York, 1839. je20-dac
A CARDI -GEORG WARitfiN, importer arid
dealer i Guns, Pistols, Gun Locks and furniture,
Files, Screws, Plated unmid German Silver Ware, Cutle-
ry and domestic hardware, continues business at No. 372
South Market st. He ten lers his thanks for business fa-
vors received, and respectfully solicits tile continued pa-
tronage ofhfs friends and the public.
His goods are purchased on the best termni, and inii the
best loteign and domestic markets, and are offered at a
small advance from cost for cash. jyl9-dac
HIDES-2000 Buenos Ayres
1500 Rio Grand
1000 Santa Martha
1200 Tampico
1500 other salted and dry sole and upper
leather hides. African kip and salted and dry Patnas
Just received and for sale by
apl6-dac SEYMOUR & WOOD.
MctItJtGIAN, formerly of" tihe firm otf Cassaly &
McGuigan, of' the city of Albany, having dissolved the
partnership aforesaid, have appointed ERASTUS PER-
tRV, ofthe city ofAlbany, our attorney and agent, who
is exclusively commissioned and authorised to settle up
all out-standing accounts of the aforesaid partnership,
atnd receive the amounts due to the aforesaid firm, and
give suitable and proper releases and discharges therefore;
and we, the said Henry Cassidy and Francis McGuigan,
io hereby covenant and agree to ratify and affirm what-
ever our said attorney and agent imay awfully do in the
In witness whereof, we have hereunto set our hands
aund seals, this 28th day of June, 1839.
In presence of John Fredenrick,
Peter Curry. jy4-dac
WOOL, WARPS, SUMAC, &c.--2oo pounds
superfine Merino fleece wool.
,1500 Ibs, clean pulled Lambs' No. 1, do.
12 beams; 8000 yards suttinet warps.
5 tons Sicily Sumac.
600 dozen Suamac tanned Sheep skins.
500 do bark do do do
2000 gallons winter strained Sperm Oil.
200 barrels Liver do doi
30 bales green salted and dry Patna hides.
Hides, Spanish and slaughtered.
Horse and Seal Skins, for trunk covering.
Sole, Upper Leather and Calf Skins.
For sale at No. 6 State street, Albany, by
oclS-dac SEYMOUR & WOOD,
Vsubscrmberspublishers of the edition of Phillips' Trea-
tise on the Law of Evmdt nee, edited by the hon. Esek Cow-
en, one of the Judges of the Sup. Coust of the State of N.
York, are much pleased to be able to inform the public
and the profession ofthe law, that the work will be pub-
lished in about six weess. Judge Cowen has had it in
hand more than five years; his notes and references
alone will make about two thousand octavo pages of sol-

id matter. This work will no doubt be the most tull and
complete treatise on the subject of Evidence of any ex-
tant, and embraces all the matter contained in the 7th
and 8th London editions of Phillips' Evidence, and the
subsequent ca-es decided in England, and also the whole
body of American law on the subject, as settled by the
several courts of this country. This ecition will be the
fourth American, from the last London editions, and will
make four royal octavo volumes.
jy'20 WM. & A. GOULD & CO.
D RY GOODS-Just opened a quantity of desira-
blegoods, among which are 8-4 net shawls, net
veils, net scarfs and gloves, new styles mousseline de
lines, French, English and home calicoes, fine Frenclh
collars, fine trimmed do, 100 doz unbleached hik, slate,
and white cotton hose, silk do, worked and ribbed, gents
maniHta coats, silk and linen gloves, cravats and stock-
ings, Also a variety of ladies' and children's wear, on
reasonable terms, at VAN BENTHUYSEN'S,
jy26 288 North Market st.
1Ja July 31st, 1839-Notice is hereby given to the
stockholders, that an election for tmhe purpose of choos-
ing thirteen directors of said bank, will be h,-Id at their
banking house in the village of Clyde, on Tuesday, the
3d day of September next, at lio'clock P. M. and close at
4 P.M. I au3-td] B. R. REDFIELD, Cashier.
'IlHE subscribers have formed a connexion in the
Practice of the Law and in Chancery, and have their
office at No. 67 tate street, Albany, where business in
their profession will be promptly attended to. Dated Al-
bany, July 16th, 1839. SAMUE_, CHEEVEt,


DAILY, at 7 o'clock A. M.
[From the Pier at the foot of State street, Albany.]
CHAMPLAIN, Captain A. Gorham.
ALBANY, do J.G. Jenkins.
ERI do James Benson.
One of the above splendid steamboats will depart for
New York every morning at 7 o'clock, from the foot of
State st., Albany.
N. B. All ol the above steamboats have been the
past winter thoroughly repaired and altered for the fur-
ther accommnniodation of the travelling public. The steam
boat Albany has been cut in two and made 289 feet long,
lie longest boat in the world, and speed in proportion to
her length.
For passage apply to the Captain on board, or at the
office on the Pier, footof State st., Albany.
jy2" S. WITT, Agent.
Through by daylight-From the foot of Hamilton street,
at7 o'eloct A. M.
.The splendid steamboat ROCHES-
R Fw TER, Captain A. P. St. John, will
leave Albany for New York, on
SWednesday, June 12th, Friday, 14th,
and Sunday, 16th, at 7 o'clock A. M., touching at the in-
teriediliate landings.
For farther particulars, enquire of the Captain on
board, or at the office No. 122 on the Pier, near the foot
of Hamilton st, Albany.
je5 SETH F. KELLY, Afent.
*LINE--Steamboat ROCKLAND,
Capt. Elami Nichols, will
Leave Albany daily at 3 P. M.
do Hudson do 7 A. M.
For freight or passage apply or board, or to
CHAS. A. KEELER, No. 120 Pier, Albany,
apll JEREMIAH BAME, Hudson.

The steamboats JOHN MASON,
l WCaptain V. Truesdell, JONAS C.
HEARTT, Capt WV. W. Tupper,
will run daily (Sundays excepted,)
betweenTroy and Albany, and as tenders to the morn-
ing and evening boats.
Leave Troy- 1 Leave Albany-
6 o'clock A M, to day boat.I 6 o'clock A M. Im night bt.
81 do do S do do
10 do do 10 do do
12 do M i Il do do
1 do PM 4I do PM
3 do do 2 do do
4 do do to night bt. 6 do do, or fm day bt.
On Sunday, leave Albany on arrival of night Boat
from New York; and leave T'roy at 4 o'clock to night
For passage, apply at the office 199 River st., Troy, and
foot of State st., Albany.
Baggage waggons always in readiness to carry bag-
gage to any part of the city-charge, 6 cents a trunk or
package. Freight and baggage at the risk of the owners
thereof. Troy, June, 1839. je5
From the foot of Hamilton st., daily at 5 P. M.
TThe s'eam-boat ROCHESTER,
Capt. A. P. St. John, and the steam.
boat UTICA, Capt. M. H. Truesd.ll,
will, onm aid after Monday, Aug. 12,
run t regular daily night line (Sundays excepted.)
The Rochester, Capt. A. P, St. John, will leave Alba-
ny on Tuesdays, Thursdays ind Saturdays-leave New
York on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 5 o'clock
The Utica, Capt. M. H. Truesdell, will leave Albany
on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays-leave New-
York on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at5 o'clock
P. M., tonehing at th3 intdrmidate landings.
For further particularsenquire on board the boats, or
at the office on the Pier, iear the foot of Hamilton st.
N. B. All goods or property of any description put on
board of these boats, mist be at the risk of the owners
aul3 SETH F. KELLY, Agent.

TAIN and the new boat Sr. LAWRENCE, will leave
OSWEGO every day (except Sundays) after the arrival
of tue Packets, at 3 o'clock P. M. as follows:
United States, Mondays and Thursdays,
St. Lawrence, Tuesdays and Fridays,
Great Britain, Wednesdays and Saturdays,
and arrive at Lewiston at 5 o'clock the next morning, af-
fording, in connexion with the-Lewiston rail-road and
stages, and Oswego stages and packet lines, thle most ex-
peditious and pleasant route between Buffalo and Alba-
ny, passing in view of Niagara Falls.
The same boats will leave LEWISTON daily (except
Suncays) at 4 o'clock P. M., as follows:
Great Britain, Mondays and Thursdays,
United .States, Tuesdays and Fridays,
St. Lawrence, Wednesdays and Saturdays,
and arrive at Oswego at 6 o'clock next morning, in time
for the pacKet boats froim Oswego to Utica. From Os-
wego the Great Britain will run to Kingston direct, and
the United States and St. Lawrence to Ogdensburgh, via
Sackets Harbor, on Sunday, Thursday and Saturday
mornings, touching at the ports on the south side of the
St. Lawrence.
0T Packet Boats and Stages leave Utica every after-
noon for Oswego.
M.T Packet Boats leave Syracuse for Oswego every
morning and evening. Travellers who wish to take the
route by Oswego, should be careful not to pay their fare
on the rail-road farther than Syracuse. je28-tN I
niThe new and splendid low pres-
sure steamboat BALLOON, Capt.
Hitchcoock. will leave the foot ol
Lydh,. tircct for New York, every
Tuc-.lay, ihursuuy gofd Soturday morning, til 7 o'clock,
ending at the usual landing ,,aces. au2
via Delaware and Raritan Canal-Union Line-
The Line will consist of the following new and
substantial barges:
ALBANY, Captain Burns,
MICHIGAN, do Allen,
CAYUGA, do Torborn,
MIDDLSEX, do Knighit,
One of which will leave Albany every week for the
above port. For freight apply to
No. 120 Pier, Albany.
my27 No. 19 South Wharves, Philadelphia.
TO0 LET-The Pier lot next north of the side cut.-
Possession given immediately. Enquire of
jy25 J. & A. GROESBECK, 84 Pier.
MIINIATURE IVORY-Various sizes for sale

je22 392 South Market st.
--An election of one or more directors of the Au-
burn Hydraulic Association, pursuant to the charter and
by-laws of the company, wil be held at the office of M.
S. iMyers, esq., in Aulturn,the 14th day of August next,
at 10 o'clock A. M. By order of the Board of Lirectors.
Auburn, 16th July, 1839.
jyl7-law4w RICHARD STEEL, Secretary.
Market street, opposite the Market. The sub-
llscriber has the pleasure of informing his friends
andthe travellingpublic generally, that his house
has been rebuilt and newly furnished. All those who
may favor him with their patronage may rest assured
that it will be thankfully received and gratefully acknow-
ledged. A good stable is close at hand, where thosetrav-
elling can be well accommodated with their teams. The
house is in the immediate vicinity of the steamboat and
canal landings, and within ten minutes' walk of the rail-
road. His terms will be as heretofore. Single meals 25
cents. Lodging 121 cents.
mr29-deodaeem A. W. STARKS.
&. FOR SALE-A Farm containing fity-two
acres of land, with a hose and barn, situate in
the town of Bethlehem, about four miles from
the city of Albany, near Babcock's tavern.
Also thirty-two acres near the above farm.
Also twenty-four acres near the first gate on the WVest-
ern turnpike. Immediate possession can be given. En-
quire of the subscriber, No. 44 State street, over thIe Bank
of Albany.
subscriber returns his grateful thanks to his
friends and thie public, for the support hlie leas
experienced for the last six years, and begs leave to in-
form them that hlie has opened an extensive hotel for the
accommodation of travellers from every section of the
The Battery Hotel is situated on Battery Place, front-
ing the bay of New York, one of the most desirable and
commanding situations in the city, and as regards loca-
tion, is unrivalled.
The landings are but a short distance from the hotel,
where arrive daily, the steamboats irom Philadelphia,
Providence, Stonington and Albany. Passengers have,
therefore, every facility in starting for any of the great
northern, eastern, western or southern routes.
The interior arrangements of the house are calculated
to afford satisfaction to all. The parlors are spacious,
and are furnished in the neatest style. The bed rooms


Cars will leave Albany for Utica,
At 8J o'clock A. M. and at 7 o'clock P. M.
Returning, cars will leave Utica for Schenectady and
At 9 o'clock A. M. and at 91 o'clock P. M.
All baggage must be marked and deposited in the bag-
gage wagon by its owner or person having chargethereof.
No charge for extra baggage,and all baggage positively
at the risk of the owner.
Way passengers will attend personally to the disposi-
tion of their baggage at Schencctada.
aplO Superintendent and Engineer.
On and alter Monday, April first, and until further no-
tice, there will be Two daily departures and arrivals by
steam power, viz:
Leave Albany at 6 o'clock A. M.
9 do
2 P.M.
Leave Saratoga at 6 A.M.
11 do
T" 4 P. M.
N.B. The same coaches, baggage and freight'cars will
run through the whole distance, without any change or
detention at Schenectady.
There are daily lines of stages, in connexion with the
railroad, between Saratoga Springs and Whitehall, on
Lake Champlain. Passengers going north ofthe Springs
should take the morning train from Albany.
A stage will start from Saratoga Springs daily at 5 o'-
clock A.M., to convey passengers to Whitehall in time
to take tht- Champlain steamboat the same day. Travel-
lers to the eastward, by selecting this line, will arrive at
Rutland, Vt., early in the evening.
All baggage positively at the risk of the owner thereof.
Until further notice, Cars will leave by steam power
as follows:
From Troy at 7j o'clock A. M.
10 do do
3 do P.M.
From Saratoga at 6 do A. M.
11 do do
41 do P. AM.
Daily lines of stages, in connexion with the Rail-road,
leave Saratoga for Lake George and Whitehall, and in-
termediate places, connecting with all the principal nor-
thern aind eastern routes. A stage will leave Saratoga
daily at 5 o'clock A. M. to take passengers to Whitehall
in time for the Lake Champlain steamboat of the same
day. All baggage positively at the risk of the owner.
L. R. SARGENT, Supt.
jyl H. G. GOODNO, Agent, Albany.
The Cars upon this road will run in connexion with
the Utica and Schenectady, and Syracuse and Utica Rail
Leave Auburn for Syracuse, at 3 o'clock A. M., and 2
o'clock P. M.
Leave Syracuse for Auburn, at 9 o'clock A. Ml., and 8
o'clock P. M.. on the arrival of the cars from the east.
All baggage at the risk of the owner.
LEVI LEWIS, Superintendent.
Coaches, carrying the United States Mail, will leave
Auburn for Geneva, Canandaigua, Rochester, Buffalo
and Niagara Falls, immediately on the arrival of the
cars at Auburn; and also at 6 o'clock A. M., arriving at
Rochester in 12 hours, and at Buffalo and Niagara Falls
in 24 hours.
The Swiftsure Coach, for Rochester, via Vienna and
Palmyra, will leave Auburn at 11 o'clock A. M., and ar-
rive at Rochester by 10 o'clock P. M.
73' Extras furnished at all times. July, 1839.
jyl7 And others, proprietors.
This road is wow in complete operation, with two trains
leaving each end daily, (Sunday excepted) at 8 o'clock
A. M., and at 41 o'clock P. M., and will be found to be
much the easiest and pleasantest route to Lebanon
Springs, Pittsfield. Stockbridge and Lee.
Passengers from Albany or Troy for Massachusetts,
may come down to Hudson in the morning boats and go
out in the afternoon train, or come down in the evening
boats, enjoy a good night's rest, and go out in themorn-
ing train.
Passengers for Lebanon Springs will be delivered by
Rail-road at a point about seven miles from the Springs,
where coaches will be in readiness to take them to the
Fare from Hudson to West Stockbridge, $1, Old Stock-
bridge, $1 25; Lee, $1 50; Pittsfield,$1 75.
je25-6w C. E. TAYLOR, Agent.
This road is now open for public travel, and during the
summer will be run as follows:
Cars will leave Utica for Syracuse at 5 o'clock A. M.,
and at 4 P. M.
Returning, ears will leave Syracuse for Utica at 5 o'-
clock A. M. and 4 P. M.
All baggage must be marked and deposited in the bag-
gage car by its owner or the person having charge of it.
All baggage at the risk of the owner. Syracuse, July
1, 1839.
jy8 JOHN WILKINSON, President.

n D1ATELY-A house and lot in State Street
1 Continued. I.nquirre of
jyll 62 State st.

STO LET-The large and commodious store.
with a beautiful counting room attached, No. 66
State street. Apply to
jel2 I. 0. DAVIS & CO.

TO LET-The spacious lofts of the build-
ing erected this spring on the corner of South
Market and Division sts., (east side), entrance
on Division st. Possession can be had imme-
diately. Enquire of H. H. BABCOCK, or
jel2 on the premises.
TO LET-And immediate possession given.
T the tore 67 State-st., next door to the State
I Bank. Apply to J. I. JONEIS,
Smy2I0 76 State st.
TO LET, and immediate possession given-
m The store 67 State street.
u p2 Apply on the premises, to
10 i ap25 3J. I. JONES.
B TO LET-The lofts of the corner store on
the corner of South Market and Division streets
I(east side). Possession can behald immediately.
jEnqnire of H. H. BABCOCK,
mv27-tf On the premises.
TO LET-The premises formerly occupied
iby William Kline.
11Apply to
TO LET-Stores on Pier lot No. 86. Also
house No. 290 Washington street.
fe28 A. JAMES.
jlo TO LET-A fine office at tke foot of State
"m street. Also three offices on the Pier, nearState
111 street bridge. For particulars enquire of
j fel8 G. W. STANTON & SON.
STO LET-From the first of May next, lofts
t in store 63 State, corner of Middle Lane.
IJ Enquire of
STO LET-Two offices on the Pier, suitable
Sfor Forwarding Offices, in the building adjoining
111 the State street Bridge,north side Apply to
TO LET-Three Lofts in the brick store
No. 5 Middle Lane. Apply to
ll! E. R. & E. SATTERLEE,
Vapl2 61 State st.
TO LET-From the first day of May next, the
;1two story brick dw, lling house No. 43 Columbia
11street. Enquire of
M TO LET and possession given immediately-
il Several commodious lofts over the New York
i lDry Goods Store. Apply to
If1LP. & G. BROWN,
mr25 434 South Market street, Albany.
STANWIX HALL-To let, several con-
venientoffices and rooms, suitable for merch-
ants, lawyers, artists and mechanics.
Also, a fire proof Stable on Montgomery st.,
between Steuben and Columbia-sts. Apply to
jy25 Office No. 5 Stanwix Hall.
STATE PRISON, Auburn, July 5, lb39-Notice-
Sealed proposals will be received by the Agent until
the 10th day of September next, at 9 o'clock A. M., to
contract for the labor of from 20 to 25 men, for not less


The stock will be sold in certificates of $1000 each, and
the buyers will be required to pay the amount of their
purchases respectively immediately after the sale, when
transfers will be made accordingly. New York, Autust
8th, 18:39. By order.
auI0-d3w IT. J. WATERS, Secretary.
CHILDREN'S BELTS-A new supply of pat-
uet leather belts just received, and for sale at
jyll 392 South Market st.
L ADIES' HATS-Now in store 6 cases leghorn,
chip, straw, English and Shaker hats, which will be
sold at very low prices by the case or less, from 50 cts
to $20 each, at VAN BENTHUYSEN'S,
a few doors above Stanwix Hall,
jy8 North Market st.
sale by b. R. & E. SATTERLEE,
jy3 61 State street.
jOTICE is hereby given, that subscription to the
S capital stock of the Buffalo and Batavia Railroad
Company will be received by the Commissioners at the
Eagle Tavern in the village of Batavia, on the 26th day
of August next, between the hours of 3 and 6 o'clock P.
At the tavern of L. Dewolf, in the village of Attica, on
the 27th day of August next, between the hours of 10 and
11 o'clock A. M.
And at 308 Main st., Buffalo, on the 28th day of Au-
gust next, between the hours of 2 and 6 o'clock P. M.-
DatedJuly 12th, 1839. DAVID E. EVANS,
jy23-dtd BELA D. COE.
August, 1839-The undersigned having associated
with him Jacob H. Groesbeeck, the business of the es-
tablishment will hereafter be transacted under the firm of

NOTICE-All persons indebted to the subscriber will
please make immediate payment, and those having de-
mands will present them.
OTICE-Sealed proposals will be received, by
either of thIe undersigned, commissioners for erect-
ing the public buildings at the Scat of Government for
the Territory of Iowa, until the fourth day of Novem-
ber next, for furnishing materials for a building of the
following dimensions:
Quarrying stone for a basement story, 75 feet in length,
50 feet in width, and 9 feet in height,
with two wings each 32 feet by 20;
For the main building, 75 feet by 50 and


Cars will leave Albany-
At 6 o'clock A. M. for Schenectady
8 do for Utica, except Sunday
9J do for Saratoga
2j o'clock P. M., do
5 do for Schenectady, ex. Sunday
7 do for Utica.
Leave Schenectady for Albany-
At4 o'clock A. M.
8 do do except Sundqy
121 do noon, or on arrival from Saratoga.
2 do P.M.,
5 do do except Sunday
6 do do




[Auctioneers and Commission Merchants -Store No. 76
State street.]
Peremptory Cash Sale of Stock and Cut DRY GOODS.
On Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock,
On the premises, 151 Lydius street, the whole of the
household and kitchen furniture of a family breaking up
housekeeping. This catalogue will oainprise a variety
of elegant and substantial articles of furniture, and will
be worthy the attention of purchasers.
Catalogues ready on Monday.
The house will be open for inspection of the furniture
on the afternoon on the alterneon of Tuesday, from 2
to o'clock, and on the morning of sale from 8 to 10.
On Friday, 23d inst., at 10 o'clock,
In front of auction room, several invoices of groceries,
liquors, &c., amongst which are 10 brls sugar, several
chests old and young hyson and skin teas, 6 doz cham-
pagne, a good article, brandy, gin. rum, &c.
Also, a general assortment of household and kitchen
furniture, sofas, bureaus, mattresses, bedsteads, feather
beds, clocks, painted pails, crockery, clothing, &c.
At Private Sale.
A House and lot, situate in a pleasant part of this city,
is to be sold on the following terms.
The purchaser to pay $5000 for the house and lot, the
present owner taking a lease of the premises for 5 years,
and agreeing to pay $350 per annum rent, but requiring
an outlay on alterations of $500; which the tenant will
advance out of his own funds; but apply it to the pay-
ment of the rent when due upon this $500. The tenant
in addition to the aforesaid rent, will pay 7 per cent per
annum for two years, and from the commencement of the
third year till the expiration of the lease, willpay $420
per annum, or 7 per cent per annum on $6000 for an ac-
tual outlay of $5500.
Termnis of payment of the purchase money easy, and
can be know at the office of
JONES & LAISDELL, 76 State st.
Domestic dry goods. Furniture.
Bik, brn, blue & cadet broad- Mahogany secretaries and
cloths Ass'd col's 3-4 cloths bureaus, mahogany sofas
Premium medium and corn- Mahogany chairs
mon satinetts French bedsteads
9-8 4-4 7-8 blchd and brwon Maple chairs
sheetings Madder prints Fancy do
Dorchester and imprv'd ticks Windsor do
Blankets Candle wick Kitchen do
Bilk and white wadding 4, 6 anndfe.cts4.e .
Cotton twine 8 day and 30 hour clocks
No. 1 and2 batting Boston rocking chairs
Jones & Laisdell's days o fsale for aouseholdfurniture
groceries, &c., are Tuesdays and Fridays of each week.
Persons having property of the above description to sell
willplease rcportthe same at the office24 hours previ-
oiiuto thesale. in order tlIatthcy may bead vertised.

TAILORS--ithe subscribers having formed a co-
partnership under the firm of H. BLACKMAN & CO.,
have just received from New York an entire new stock
of goods of the latest style and best quality, which they
are prepared to sell and make to order on reasonable
terms. A hare of patronage is respectfully solicited.-
No. 4 Exchange, corner of Exchange and Market sts.
Albany, May 18, 1839. HOMER BLACKMAN.
TECTUKE-JAMES T. KELLY will continue his
business as Civil Engineer, Architect and Topographical
Surveyor, and respectfully solicits a continuance of public
patronage. Plans, elevations and specificationsofbui.d.
ings, and maps and profiles, with surveys, &c., will be
regularly attended to by the advertiser in person. Air.
Kelly's superior accuracy in surveying and engineering,
and his neatness in finishing drawings of all kinds, is
well known in this city. Mr. Kelly has a numberofmaps
of the city of Havana, in the Island of Cuba, for sale.
Office No. 7 Howard street. mrlS-6m
pBOVISION STORE-That large Provision
Store, No. 7 Howard st. opposite the Centre Market,
is now kept by JAS. T. KELLY. Hotel keepers and fa-
milies, &c. will find it to their interest to call and exam-
ine Mr. Kelly's extensiveassortment out family provisions,
&c., which will be sold at the lowest prices for cash.
100 bushels of the best quality Turks Island Salt tor
There is a Smoke House attached to the premises, and
Meat, &c., smoked for persons applying, mrl5-6na
ROSEKRANS & BEACH, Attorneys anti
Counsellors at Law and Solicitors and Counsellors
in Chancery, Glen's Falls, Warren county, N, Y.. E.
H. Rosekrans, Supreme Court Commissioner and Master
and Examiner in Chancery. Jan 1,18;39. ja25-6m
BOILED PLASTER-The subscribers having
erected an establishment for the manufacture of
Boiled Plaster, in connexion with their Plaster and Pla-
ning Mill, corner of Water and Spencer streets, are
now prepared to furnish builders and others with the
above article to any extent, at reduced prices, and war-
ranted of the best quality.
OTICE-All persons indebted to the estate of the
late Stephen Van Rensselaer deceased, are request-
ed to make payment, at the office of the estate in the town
of WVatervliet; and all persons having demands against
said estate are requested to present them at the same
place for settlement. WVatervliet. April 25th, 1839.
ap26-tf Executors.
iCHICAGO LAW NOTICE-The subscriber.
have formed a co-partnership in the practice of law
at Cnicago, Illinois, and will faithfully attend to all busi
ness entrusted to them. ISAAC N. ARNOLD,
Refer to--
Wim. B. Ogden, esq.. Chicago,
John A. Dix, esq., Albany.
Amos Dean, esq., do
Edwin Croswell, esq., do
Mess. Seymour & Wood, do
Charles Butler, esq. No. 20 Nassau-st. New-York city.
Campbell Buishlnell. O.q.. do de330-tf
7THE subscriber having dissolved his business con-
nexions with his lIte partner, F. McGuigan. requests
the patronage of the public at the Stalls 7 and 8, Centre
Market, heretofore occupied by them jointly. April 23d,
1839. np24-tf HENRY CASSIDY.
STA'ITE STOCK--Notice is hereby given, that tht
New-York and Erie Rail-road Company will sell at pub-
lic auction, at the Merchants' Exchange in the city o0
New-York. on Saturday, the 31st day of August inst.,
at one o'clock P. M., under the direction of the Comp-
troller, One Hundred Thousand Dollars of New York
State Stock, bearing interest at the rate of four and a
half per cent. per annum, from the first day of October,
18:t9, inclusively, payable quarterly, on the first days ol
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
The office of the Manhattan Company in the city of
New York, is designated as the place for the registry and
transfer of said stock, and will be the place for payment
of interest thereupon.

be glad to show them at any time. je2b
B LACK NEIT GLOVES-Frilled tops, and with-
out seamus; black lace shawls; bik mantilla lace, &c.
jyll 288 North Market st.
l _MENT i '111 THE CITY OF ALBANY-'l1he sub-
scriber has on hand all the variety of crtcks iA pre-
seat use, and tihe cheapest prices, at 82 State sti.
.JELTS, BELTS, BELTS--Cuildrcn's Patent
Leather Btlts of time best quality, for sale at
392 South MarkeL st.
N. B. Belts made to order at short notice. je28
VYMERES-The real article can be had cheap aU tioM
new store of H. H. BABCOCK,
424 South Market street, east side,
jvl7 corner of Division st.
splendid assortment of highly finished Musical In-
strumentsthis day received, consisting in part of Gui-
tars, a few of which are the most superb, both in tune anid
finish, ever offered in this city; prices from $6 to $75.-
A few very fine Flutes, from the manufactory of Messrs.
Firth & Hall, who stand unrivalled for superiority of
tone and beauty of finish; prices from $1 50 to $50-with
a great variety of other instruments, at the depot, 290 N.
Market st. je8
IBBONS-Just received stone and fawn colored
ribbons, light silks for hats, whalebone for shirred
hats, by the gross or dozen, cane, ribbon, wire, &c., at
46 State st. [jel] ASHLEY SCOV -L.
. sale at TiE VARIETY STOKE,
y30 392 South Market st.
August, with a plate. Terms $3 pei year. '
The Museum of Foreign Literature and Science.
Capt. Marryat's America, cheap edition. For sale by
au6 W. C. LITTLE, cor. tatd st.
,fine and common, for sale by
au5 GEO. WARREN, 37t S. Market st.
EW BOOK-The Gentleman of the Old Sc 1
a tale, by G. P. R. James, author of the Hug n
the Gypsy, Philip Augustus, &c. Just received at
je24 0. STEELE'S Bookstro..
EW NOVEL-Charles Vincent, or the Two
Clerks, a tale of Commercial Life, *2 vols.
Also, James's new vovel,, Charles Tyrrell, or the P-
ter Blood, 2 vols., and the Gentleman of the Old School,
2 vols. For sale by W. C. LITTLE;,
je29 corner State st.
COAL DUST-The subscriber has now on hand
100 tons Coal Dust, suitable for brickmakers' use.-
For sale at market prices by C. LIVINGSTON,


BY_ -ISAAC O. DAVIS & ..- -
f AuctioneersandConmmnis.ion Merchants-Store No. il
Dry Goodesalesevery Wednesday.
rrtegulam days for out-doorsaleg,Tuesday an
On Friday, 23d inst.,
On a credit of 4 months, 400 cases boots and shoes,com-
prising a very extensive assortment of choice work. di-,
rect from the manufacturers, among which are,
75 cases J P best thick boots
30 do d, calf do
60 do do kip do
60 do W & W thick and kip boots
10 do L S thick boots
2 do do best thick brogans
10 do WD kip boots
15 do W K thick and kip boots
30 do GPG calf boots
100 do AW, P&JJ, DY, C L andHCthick caff
and kip boots
3 do children's calf bootees
4 do youth's kip brogan's
2 do men's thick Downings
1 do do calf do
3 do youth's kip and buffed leather brogans,
10 do women's and children's boots and shoes
10 do men's calf, kip-and thick brogans
S On Tuesday, 27th inst, at 10 o'clock,
On account of whom it may concern, for storage and
charges, a quantity of beds, bedding, clothing, furni-
ture, &c.
On Wednesday, 28th inst., at 9j o'clock, on a credit of
four months.
250 packages, comprising a very extensive assortment
of seasonable goods, which will be received direct from
the manufacturers, among which are 100 bales Glenca-
dia, Berkshire, Beaver mill, Tremont, R I, and various
other styles of brown sheetings; Stockport, extra P R
long cloths and red end 4-4 blchd shirtings, 3-4. 7.4 d
5 4 do do; 5 bales Higihland shawls; 15 ,D,-i prints, Va-
rious styles and qualities, light ad aark poi de soie and
gro de nap silks, mouelirpuAe lines, blk and col'd cain-
1,rics, pilot o.hs, fli-.nings, Canton flannels, Suffolk and
Perkins' drills. -.%*'nd 6-4 padding, buckrams; 100 pieces
bik, blue, cadet, drab, bro, adelaide apd black mixt 6-4
cloths; 200 pieces tieeps' grey, bro and blk 3-4 cloths; 10
waapa hik mixt, blk, tfeepa', grey, cadet, bro, drab, blue,
addlaide and lavender sattinets; silkl vesting, ticking,
Russia diaper, dark cassimeres, bihlid drills, shawls, hose
and half hose, silk velvets, merinos, pongee hdkfs, sus-
penders, white and scarlet flannels, gloves, pins, &c.
10 bbls cotton twine
12 bales cotton yarn, Nos 6 to 12
40 do Nos land 2 wick
100 do bik and white wadding
150 do cotton batts
30 do do superior
150 ibs mixt wool yarn
40 do premium white yarn
S00 reams straw wrapping paper.
Also, a number of other consignments, which will com-
prise an extensive assortment-all of which must be sold
without reserve.
Catalogues ready on the 27th inst.
REAL ESTATE, THE 10th. 20th AND 30th 'FP
Also, house and lot No. 111 Hamilton st.
For sale, a neat two story house, and the lot on whihd
it stands, situated in Lydius street, nearly opposite the
late residence of Judge Conkling. The house is entirely
new. The lot runs from Lydius to Herkimer street, aind
is 26 feet wide and 140 feet in depth.
Also, all that brick building tfronting on William st.,
directly south of, and formerly occupied as the green
room of the theatre, 33 feet8 inches in length and 38 feet
deep. Particulars hereafter.
Lot marked No. 16, opposite to the Park in Washing-
ton mt., with a two story wood building on it, fronting
Washington street, and rental for $110 a year. The lot
is 145 feet by 30, between Z. Smith's on the cast, and J.
Meigs on the west side.
THU (F).
THU (F)AtPrivate Sale.
A new and superior article of woollen corded skirts,
7 cases blk, bro, green, cadet and drab 6-4 clotis, :
3 do black and mixt cassimncres, -
11 do blk, bro, cadet anid sheeps.grey3-4 cloths,
12 do bik, mixt, brown and fancy c'.'d satineti s,1
3 do super Tivoli satinets, -
5 do super scarlet flannels,l
1 do green flannel,
15 do red end, Stockport and Lyon sh irting.
10 do 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 bleached shlirting,
40 bales 4-4 brown sucetings, various qualities,
14 do Cornwall browd sheeting,|
6 do Glencadia do
150 do cotton batta, I
55 do bikand white wadding.
300reams wrapping paper,
Franklin & Sons Fire Proof Iron Chests,assorted st-
zes, single and double, constantly on hand, at the manuj
facturers' prices.
1 'The subscriber niating set in operation, a thie 0an-
sion House in North Market street, one of his Patent
Premium MORTICING MACHINES, requests the favor
of builders generally of calling, and witnessing for them-
selves, the neatness, ease and despatch of performing tho
work. J. McCLINTIC, Patentee.
N. B. The patentee challenges competition. J. M.
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, at the old stand of William
Bagley, No. 384 S. Market, corner of Hudson street,
B. F. Moseley. t Albany.
A.,B. Van Gaasbeek. 1
N. B.-Merino Shawls, Cloths and Cassimeres. ap3
STORK, No. a28 North Market street, (between Tema-
perance House and stanwix Hall.)
V. B. solicits your attention to a new and desirable as-
sortment of English, Irish, India, French and Home
goods, which lie is enabled to sell on reasonable terms.
Having adopted the method of doing business for cash,
together with his experience in Europe, New York ammi
Albany, is quite satisfied he can make it aim object for-
buyers to call, and adiurd to sell less than in ordinary ca-
Now in store a variety of shawls, silks and linens.-
Also, a handsome lot of French Needle Work, and al-
most every kind of house keeping and dress goots. Will


T1 order of Hon. William Inglis, Associat
Sthe Court of Common Pleasnotice is hereby giv- fourth e
en, pursuant to the provisions of the statute author Nzi
attachments against non-relideutidebtors that an attach-N
ment has issued against the estate of GEO RG E T. M. DA- tat e,
VIS and WVILLIAM F. D. WOLFE,-residentsofthe stat tBrue
Illinois, and that the same will be sold for the paymemi
of their debts, unless they appear and discharge
taehment, according to law, within nine mont
irst publication of this notice; and that the pay
the residents of t aemrder o fdrof
yll bts due to them byt
the delivery to them or for their use of any property
within this statebelonging to them, and te transferof t
such property by them are forbidden by law, and are void. r
Dated the 27th day of June, 1839. non-
EDGAR S. VAN WINKLE, ga ist theet
Jy m Atttorney for attaching creditor. dent o B
NSOLVENT NOTICE-A general meeting of tie payme
Sereditors of George Defaandorr, an insolvent debtor,
will be held at the office of Ketchum & Pesssnden, esqs. do
No. 50 Wall street, in the city of New York, on the the payment c
tenth day of November nest. at the hour of twelve o- sta
dcock, noon, for the purpose of receiving a dividend on pro
the estate of said insolvent. Dated August 6th. 1839. r
IABAHAM SHOT WELL,- and are void.
au7-3m Assignee of said Insolven
'IC -ln pursuance of an order of Anthony Blan
L. chard, surrogate ot Albany county, all pe-sons ha- BYo
ving claims against the estate of Lawrence Fak, lateof
thetown of Rensselaerville in said county, deceased, are c
hereby required to present the same, with the vouchers the
Support thereof, to the subscriber, at his dwelling gains
touse in said town of Rensselaerville, on or before the
fifteenth day of February next. Dated August 13, 1-39
aul5-6m ,ROBERr W. MURPHY, Executor. Louisiana
ment of their debts, unless
N CHANCERY-Belfore the vice chancellor of the such
I first circuit. The New York Life Insurance and from
Trust Company, vs. Maria G. Melville, and others. na
In pursuance ot a decretal order of thiscourt made in sta
the above cause, I, the subscriber, one of the mas- pro
of this court, will expose for sale at public auc- tran
tion, ansion House in North Market street in a
the city of Al -the tenth day of October next, a
twelve o'clock at noo t-nhat day, the following deser-
ed n-st It h tainl
an in theFifth f the city of A "- Y order
bany, known an dititnuished on a map8 lots in the I
Fifth ward of the city of Albany. belonging to thLe estate by g
of Peter Gansevoort, junior, deceased, surveyed Febru- tho
ary,1834, by George W. Carpenter, as lots numtbetone._an
twe, three, four, five, six, seven and eig, lying between C
NorthMarhet and Jacksonstreets, numbers thirteen, yame
and fourteen, .lying on the east side of Jackson street,
number eighteen on the West side ofMeintgomery street, la
number twenty-three on the east side of 3omtgomery- thi
street, and numbers thirty-four and thirty-six on the iv
west side of Water-street-the said numbers being en- hi
tered on the said map in fig.ures; the said original map
beingnow on file in the office of theclerk ofthe city and
county of Albany. Albany, August 15,1839.
aul6-lawtd Master in chancery. I ort er ul
T a court of chancery held for the state of New- t
York, at the city of New York, en the twenty- New York
ninth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and visio
thirty-nine-Present, William T. McCoun, vice chan- aon-r
sellor ofthe first circuit. against th
Eliza Racy, vs. Henry A. Swift, and others. United K
On readingand filing due proof by affidavit, that the same
Bank of Michigan, one of tie defendants in this cause,
residentout ofthestate of New York, to wit, at De- with
troit, in the state of Michigan-on motion of Mr. Lee, of
counsel forth complainant, ordered, that the said Bank sid
OfMiehigan cause its appearance to be entered in this us
cause, and notice thereof to be served on the complain- and t
ant's solicitor within four months from the date of this l w
order, and in case of its appearance, thatthe
of Michigan causeits answerto the complainant's bill
complaint to befiled, and acopy thereof to be served on
the complainant's solicitor within forty days after ser- H
vice of a copy of said bill, and in default thereof that the
naid bill be taken-as confessed against the said defend- th
amt, the Bank of Michigan: and it is further ordered, gain
that the snid complainant cause this order to be. pub-
Rllihed within twenty days in the Albany Argus and the of L
New York Evening Post, and thatthe said publication the
be continued in each of the said papers at least once in s
each week for eight weeks in succession, or that she from t
cause a copy of this order to be personally served on the me
saidthe Bank of Michigan, twenty days before the time an
above prescribed for its appearance. Copy. within
au7-8w JOHN WALWOItTH,-Clerk. any such proper
AT a court of chancery held for the state of New York v
A at the city of New York, on the twenty-third day
- T..n.....hou......ad eight hndred and thirty-nine-

"j uty, Uon .IousnM Ctg^
Present, William T. McCo
et circ
Arthur Bronson and Freder
Barney and Avis his wife
It appearing by affidavit to
that process of subpoena to
out, and un !er the seal tof t
fondants Charles Barney and
sidents of this state, but t
s*ervd on said defendants
wife, by reason of their ab
tion of Griffin & Havens, s
ants, it is ordered, that the
ney and Avis his wife, cause
ed, and notice thereof to be
solicitors within three month
and in case of their appear
swer to the complainants' b
thereof to be served on the c
forty days afier service of
"in default thereof, said bi
by thesaiddefendants, C
wife; and it is further order
within twenty days cause
in the state paper and in th
ning Post, printed in the c
lished in each of the said
week for eight weeks in succ
plainants cause a copy of thi
ed on each of the said def
Avis his wife, at least twen
prescribed for their appea
auM7-8w JO
T a court of chancery held
at the city of New York,
gust, one thousand eight hu
sent, William T. McCoun, v
Mary Jane Winter, vs. Ja
Latham anl Angela S. hi
Thomnpsoa S. Da
SIt appearing by affidavit to
that the defendants Willi
Dayton respectively reside o
said Williams Fowler in the s
Thompson S. Dayton in the
United States of America-on
esq., solicitor for the compla
said Williams Fowler and
pear and answer the bill of
in four months from thIe date
thereof that the said bill b
them. or such of them as sha
it is further ordered, that a
ed within twenty days in
newspaper called the New Y
orined in the city of New
location be continued in each
weeks in succession, once a
au8-w JHN
AT a court of chancery held
Aat the city of New York,
July, one thousand eight h
Pent, William T. McCoun, v
Joao E. de Souza Pereira
John L. Spinola and
It appearing upon proof by
that Luiz Carlos de Souza,
resides out of this state, an
ro, in the Brazils-and on r
davit, and on motion of Robe
for the complainant, it is
Carlos de Souza cause his
herein, and notice thereoft
ant's solicitor within nine
order;and in case of his app
swer to the complainant's b
thereof to be served on the
in forty days after service o
default thereof, said bill o
fessed by him: and it is f
twenty days from the date o
plainant cause this order to
per and in the New York
state, for eight weeks in s
in each week, orthat the sa
of this order to be served
personally at least twenty
before prescribed for his
aug-.w JO
T a court ofchancery hel
A at the city of New York,
July, one thousand eight
Present, William T. McCou
Arst c
Alexander M. Bouton, vs
Ann his wife, Joseph
It appearing by affidavit to
that the defendant Joseph G
state, but is a resIdent of on
ofthe state of Tennessee-
ter, of counsel for complain
said Joseph G. Smith appeal
ant's amended bill of compla
notice ofhis appearance to
ant's solicitor within four
order, or that the said bill
him; and it is further orde
the said complainant cause t
the state paper and in the n
of New York, called the N
publication be continued in
least ence in each week, fo
or that he cause a copy of
the said Joseph G. Smith
days before the time above
anll-9w ", JO

BY order ofthe hon. Jac
Albany county courts, co
hereby given, pursuant to t
authorising attachments ag
that an attachmenthas issue
county in thie state of New
be sold for the payment ofhi
discharge such attachment
nine months from the first p
that the payment of any deb
of this state, and the delive
any property within this st
transfer of any such proper
law and.are void. Dated t
mr7-9m Attorney fo
B Y order of hon. Michael|Ul
court of common pleas fo
New York, notice is hereby
visions ofthestatuteauthori
resident debtors, that an a
the estate of J. B. D
residents of Angostura in
same will be sold for the p
they appear and discharge s
law, within nine months from
notice; and that the payment
residents of this state, and
their use, of any property w
them. and thetransfer of an
forbidden by law and are
May, t839. N.
myl5-m Attorne
BY order of the hon. Wil
sociate Judges of the cou
city of New York, notice i
the provisions of the stat
against non-resident debto
issued against the esta
a non-resident of the stat
same will be sold for the p
he appearand discharge su
law, within nine months fr
this notice; and that the pa
by residents of this state, a
his use, of any property wi
him, and the transfer of an
forbidden by law and are v
May, 1830.
je3-9ui Attorney
Y order ot'the hofi. Michae
B the court of common ple
county of New York, notice
to the provisions of the st
against absconding and conce
inai has issued against
ROSE, an inhabitant of thi
sconding debtor,residing int
the same will be sold for th
he appear and discharge su
law within three months fr
this notice; and that the p
delivery of any property b
him or to his use, and the
him, for any purpose what
and are void. Dated the
je6-'3m Attorne
Y orderofthe hon. Danie
"judge of the court of co
county of New York, notice
the statute authorisingatta
debtors, that an attachment
in the state of Maine, and tha
payment of their debts, unle
such attachment, according
from the first publication o
meat of any debts due to the
and the delivery to them or
ty within this state belong
of any such property by the
are void. Dated the 26
D. M. C
Jyl -9m Attorne
Y order of the honorable
judge of the court of c
and county of New York, not
ant to the provisions ol the
ments against non-resident
has issued -.ainst the
state of New York, and t
for the payment of their de
discharge such attachment
in nine months from the firs
andi that the payment of an
dents of this state, and t
their use, of any property w
them, and thetransfer of an
forbidden by law, and are
June, 1839. DANIEL
je21-9u for attack
Y order of the hon. Michael
B the court of common pleas
New York. notice is hereby g
sions of thestatute author
sconding and concealed debt
issued against the esta
an inhabitant of Ithis state
debtor, lately residing in t
the same will be sold for
unless he appear and dischar
to law, within three months
this notice: and that the
delivery of any property b
him or to his use, and tihe
him for any purpose whatever
are void [Datedcthe f

s l

a court of chancery held f
at the city of New York,
one thousand eight hundr
William T. McCoun, vice
e New York Bowery Fire
las Williams and Sarah F.
ler. Order for the appea
appearing upon proof by af
ederick 0. IHawkin!, a cle
r for the complainants, t
e defendants herein, reside
ident of Concord, in the
and filing said affidavit,
esq. solicitor forthe co
hesaid Azarias William
tered herein, and notice t
lainants' solicitor, wit
of this order, and in case
Shis answer to the compl
Scopy thereoftobe served
r within forty days afiLer
and that in defaultthereo
Sas confessed by him; a
within twenty days frontm
complainants cause this
tate paper and in the pap
and New York Enquirer,
y of New York,, for eight
at least in each week, or
e a copy of this order to
WVilliams, personally at
ime herein before presc
0-Sw JO
a courtofchancery held
at the city of New York,
st, one thousand eight
;sent, WVilliam T. McCou
nes G. King, vs. David
Henry Whitely and Jam
ppparing by affidavit to the
David Wadsworth and
tely and James Close res
n the United States, to
Isworth is a resident of t
he said Henry Whitelv a
of the state of New Jers
insel for the complainant,
i Wadsworth and Sabra
amesClose cause their app
e thereof to be served upon
ant, within four months fr
ni case of their appearance
to be filed to the bill of c
Scopythereol to be served
r within forty days after
and indefault thereof, th
!ssedagainst them:and it is
enty days thle complain
shed in the state paper a
[ew York American, and
nued once in each week i
ghtweeks in succession,
ause a copy of this orde
ie saitid defendants accord
before the time specific
Sa court of chancery h
York, at the city of
h day of Augus', one th
'-nine-Present, Willia
t ofthe fi
nes G. King, vs. Barzilla
impleaded with Henry
appearing by affidavit to t
Barzillai Alvord, one of t
es out of this state, but w
n the state of Illinois:
rd is a resident of on
option of J. Blunt, of cou
ordered, that the said de
LrowningAlvord cause the
id notice thereof to be s
tor within four months fr
in case of their appear
er to be filed to the bill
;, and a copy thereof to b
solicitor within forty da
id bill, and in defaultth
Sas confessed against th
thatt within twenty day
orderto be published in th
er styled the New York
cation becontinued once
.ipers far eight weeks
complainant cause a copy
ly served on the said def
st twenty days before the

AT a court of chancery hel
at the city of New York,
August, one thousand eigh
Present, William T. McCoun,
The New York Life Insur
vs. Henry P. Robe
It appearing by affidavit to
that a subpmna to appear a
sued in this cause, but that
upon the defendants', Abr
Clark, junior, and Charles
ants being non-residents of
one of the United States, t
Jersey; that said subpoena
defendant James B. Murray
being at present absent fro
resident-on motion of Mr.
the complainants, it is ord
Goodwin, ju-ior. John Clar
forth, cause their appearan
thereof to beserved on the c
in four monti-s, and the s
threemonths from the date o
their appearance, or that o
they cause his or their answ
to be filed, and a copy or c
thecomplainants' solicitor
vice of a copy of said bill, an
of complaint may be taken a
and it is further ordered, tha
complainants cnue a copy of
the state paper and in t
that the said publication
said papers at least once i
in succession, or that they
be personally served upon
junior, John Clark, junior,
B. Murray, at least twenty
prescribed for their
T a court of chancery h
Y ork, at the city of Ne
of July, one thousand eight
Present, William T. MeCou
first c
John B. Coles, vs. Charl
Thorn, Joseph Cowper
It appearing by affidavit to
that the defendant William
this state, but that process
by reason of his continued ab
and that the defendant Jo
out of this state, but within
the state of Pennsylvani
Moore, solicitor for the comma
the said William II. Thorn
entered, and notice thereof
ant's solicitor within three
order; and that the said
his appearance to be entered
served on the complainant's
from the date of this orde
pearance, thatthey and each
to the complainant's bill to
tobe served on the complain
days after service of a copy
thereof, said bill may be ta

it is further ordered, that
plainant cause this order t
paper, and in the Commerc
printed in the city of New
eight weeks in succession,
week, or that he cause a co
sonally servedon the said
and Joseph Cowpertuwaite,
the time above prescribed f
jyl2-8w JO
AT a court of chancery hel
at the city of New York,
June, one thousand eight h
sent. William T. MeCoun, v
Henry H. Biddle and Cour
thorne Tompkins, William
wife, James NlMcKeon, Samue
Richard Kernan, Samuel D
Stephen M. Chester and
It appearing by affidavit to
that the defendant William J.
state, but now actually re
out of this state, to wit, in
Great Britain-on motion of
sel lor the complainant, it
liam J. Staples and Hannah h
ances to be entered, and no
the complainant's solicitor
date of this order, and i
that they cause their answer
be filed, and a copy thereof
ant's solicitor within firty
said bill, and in default
plaint may be taken as co
further ordered, that with
plainants cause a copy of t
the state paper, and in th
York Enquirer, and that the
ed in each of the said paper
for eight weeks in successor
of this order to be personal
ants William J. Staples an


To John WV. Forbes and Jam
unknown, having or claiming
ises described in
Please to take notice, that
is a copy, will be present
cature of the people of th
third Monday of October next
of Albany, at the opening of
soon thereafter as counsel c
plication will be thereupon
the appointment of commissi
er of the sa
Dated this 17th
Your obedie
A Tacourt of chancery held
at the city of New York,
of July, one thousand eigh
Present, William T. AlcCoun,
Charles Burrall, jr. vs. Ja
wife, an
It appearing by affidavitto t
that the defendants James C
reside out of this state, bu
United States. to wit, the s
Francis Sayre, of counsel fo
dered, that the said James C
cause their appearance to be
to be served on the complain
months from the da'e of this
of that the complainant's b
confessed by the said Jam
wife; and it is further orde
the said complainant cause t
the state paper and in the
York American, printed In
that the said publication be
papers at least once in ea
succession, or that hie cause
personally served on the sa
his wife, at least t'venty da
scribed for their
jv01 8w JO

TiHE people of the state
Sof God, free and indepen
the wife of Jacob A. Fonda
the countyof Rensselaer; Sa
Kinsley, of the town of Ro
agara, and both in the sta
rine V. Duncan, of the town
ty of WVindham and state eo
next of kin of Gerrit T. Ma
sick in the county of Rens
Youandeach ofyou arehereb
a'y to be and appear before
Rensselaer, at the surrogate'
in said county, on Monday t
ber next, at ten o'clock in

TiHE Petition of Martha F
_.York, widow of John Forb
deceased, respectfully shew
getlher with William J. For
A. Forbes, Philip J. Forbes
ces Ann his wife, Edward H.
la his wife, Catherine M.
William B. Skidmore, Rob
Skidmore, hold and are in po
tenants in co
"All those two lots of gro
formerlyEighth Ward of
known and distinguished on
Jones, William Jones, Elb
and David S. Jones, at
Doughty, city surveyor, an
as lots number fifty nine a
lots number fifty nine is bo
by Minetto street, southea
fifty eight and partly by lo
lyin the rear partly by lot
-by lot number fifty three a
lot number sixty, and contai
ty five feet and in the rear
and in length on the northwe
ten inches, and on the south
And lot number sixth is bou
tIy Minetto street aforesaid,
number fifty nine, southwest
ber fifty three, and north
one, and contains in breadth
in the rear twenty nine feet
on the northwesterly side fo
on the southeasterly side
And also, all thosr three ce
the Ffteenth, formerly Eig
York, known on a map made
of the estate of Anthony L.
ceased, bearing date the 30
number two hundred and fift
sixteen. ('216) and two hu
copy of which map is now on f
which three lots together,
livan street, on the north b
eighteen, on the south by
eleven, and two hundred a
thirteen, and two hundred a
by lots numbers one hundre
dred, and two hundred and o
front and rear, twenty five
side, one hundred feet,
And also all that certain
gether with thirty feet of
being the half of a certain s
appropriated as a street o
being in the Sixteenth, for
city, ana being part and par
acres, formerly belonging to
lin, deceased, and known an
the said tract of land made
veyor, and filed in the Regi
ber forty two (42) bounded (
Stewart, on the south by thi
ed as a street, on the west b
on thie east by lot number fo
feet oni the north side in fr
inches in the rear, on the
twenty three fiet, and on t
thirty feet be the
And also "all those lots,
bein- part of lands form
Franklin and others, sitate
ty ot Oswego, (formerly
State of New York, and wl
map made of tie saiid pr
surveyor, by tots number s
eighteen, (8I) nineteen. (i1
number eighteen in Scriba's
said, containing together fi
and a half,as thIe same was c
es by Patrick G. Hildreth, ma
ed the 8th day of April 1811
office, Oneida county, (
deeds (page 5-z) excepting
numbers seventeen and eigh
said John Forbes to John
24th day ofJ
And also" all those other lo
situate, lying and being in
State of New York, and di
made by Benjamin Wright,
eight (8) and twelve (12) i
Scriba's Patent, aforesaid,
sand and twenty seven acre
of an acre, a copy of which
containing a particular descr
in the office of the Assist
Chancery of the S
And also "all that certain
twenty two (22) in the tow
nibal) in thecounty of Os
which part in the subdivisi
two is distinguished b y the
subdivision number three be
of said lot number twenty t
above the west line of the s
and twenty five links, then
then south along the said Riv
lot number twenty two, then
lot number twenty two to t
training two hundred and fou
four pe
In the whole of which premi
tled to dower as the widow of
ed ; time same never having
is also possessed of an estate
ing the one equal undivided
premises and also of an estate
the said premies above descr
Minettostreet, in the city
said William J. Forbes, Joh
Philip J. Forbes, Frances A
said Obadiah Jackson, Christ
of the said Edward and J
and Margaret S. Forbes, are
states of inheritance as the
the said John Forbes, deceas
undivided tenth part thereof,
er of your Petitioner in all
es; and also subject to the l
in the lot No. 6il, on 3linett
which the said Villit.m B.
more, and Burtis Skidmore,
estate of inheritance; bei
tenth part thereof; subject to
ycrur Petitloner, vw?.foh
of full age, prays for a divis
premises, at cording to the re
interested therein; and for
if it shall appear that a par
without great prejudice to
commissioners may be appo
the said premises according
in such case ma
Dated May 17th, 1839.
C. H. Forbes, Attor
above named Petitioner bei
says that the matters cont
are true to the best of thi
fornatiun and belief,
Sworn before me, this 17t
J. G. Dyckman,

AT acourtofcnanceryvheld
at tie city of New York,
July, one thousand eight hu
sent, William T. McCoun, v
The New York Bowery Fir
John E Robertson and Elea
Order for the appearance
it appearing upon proof by
by Frederick D. Hawkins, a c
licitor for complainants, t
defendants herein, resides o
sident of Liverpool. in En
said affidavit, and on motion
solicitor for the complainants
Daniel James, cause his app
and notice thereof to be ser
iciltor within nine mniontls
and in case of hiis appear
swer to the complainants' b
thereof to be served on t
within forty days after servi
that in default thereof, sai
confessed by him: and it is
in twenty days from thIe d
complainants causetlhis order
paper and in the newspaper
and New York Enquirer, pri
of t'New York, for eight wee
at least in each week, orth
. copy of this ordr to be ser
J 4WMliinaJlioij.a.d ywben e
before firescribedTorhisi
aul0 8w JO
A T a court or chancery hl
York. at the city o-f N
day of July, one thousand
nine-Present, William T.
the first
The Merchants' Mar;ne Ins
M. Catlin and w
It appearing by affidavit to t
that the defendants Jonn P
Peck, Willis Lym:rn, Georg
William H. White and Apoll
state, but are residents of
wit, of the state of Vermo
Bushnell, ofcounsel forth
that the said defendants
be entered, and notice their
plainants' solicitor within
this order, and in case of
cause their answer to the co
anda copy thereof to be serv
citor within forty days aft
bill, and in default thereof
fessed by them: and it is f
twenty days from the date o
plainants cause thisorderto b
and in the Commercial Adver
ed in the city of New York,
be continued in each ofthe
each week for eight weeks
cause a copy of this order t
said defendants at least twen
prescribed for their
jyvzi-8w JHN

NOT ICE is hereby given, t
made to the next legislature
corporation of a company t
Cement and M manufacturing C
Two Hundred Thousand Do
NOTICE is hereby given, t
made to the next legislator
to amend '" An act for build
limn river," passed February
datory thereto, passed Apr
gu-t, 1839.
Pursuantto Revised Statut
V. title 1, article 3; rel
ments madepursuantto ti
vent and his
AMES S. ABEEL, notice f
1839; creditors to appear
first judge Albany county co
street in the ciry of Albany
September, 1839. at nine o'
OHN HICKSON, of the c
York; notice first publish
to appear before hon. Dani
judge of the court of common
and county, at his chambers i
on the fifth day of September
forenoon of that day
S July 22, 1839; creditors
Robert H. Morris, recorder
his office No. 5 Nassau street
day of September, 1839, at
of that day.
T HE' 'DORE CLARK, notice
1839; creditors to appear
Morris, recorder of the cit
No. 5 Nassau street, in sai
September, 1839, at n:ne o'c

AT a court ofchanceryheld
atthe city of New York, o
gust, one thousand eight h
sent, William T. MIeCoun, v
Thie President, Managers
ware and Hudson Canal Co
Anna Maria his wife, Willa
wife. James Magree, Mary
Berry, Henry WV. Sar
Itappearing by affidavit to t
that the defendant James .Ma
and that hlie resides in Irel
Britain; and that the def
sides out of this state, and
dom of Fra:nce-therefore,
of counsel for the complain
said James Magee and Sa
pearance respectively to be
to be served on the co:,.pla
months from the date ofthis
or either of their appearance
Magee and Samuel Low, caus
to thIe complainants' bill a
to be filed, and a copyther
plainants' solicitor within
copy of the said bill and
thereof, said bill and amend
by them respectively; and
within twentydays the said
der to be published in the
ing Courier aum:d New Yor
said publication be continue
at least once in each wee
cession or tiat they cause a
sonrially served on the sa
Low, at least twenty days be
their respective a
Edward H. Ow'en, Sol.
AT a court of chancery hel
atthecity of New York,
August, one thousand eigh
Present. William T. McCou
first c
The American Life Insu
vs. Eliel WVhi
It appearing by affidavit to
that 1-liel White, one of the
titled cause, is a non.residen
dent of one of the United St
Mis issippi-on motion of
for the complainants, it is
Whito cause his appearance
thereofto be served on the co
four months from the date o
his appearance that he ca
plainants' bill to be filed, a
on thecomplainants' solicitor
vice of a copy ofssaid bill,
bill of complaint may be ta
it is further ordered, that
complainants cause thisorder
paper and in the O3wego Pa
publication be continued in
once in each week for eig
th:tt they cause a copy of
served on the said Ehiel Wh
fore the tule above pres
B. Robinson, Sol for co

twentieth day of
TIIHE people of the stat
Joseph Viti Bonfanti,
Milan, Italy; and Charles
Henry Bonfanti, of the cit
1 ..- 1- -# 1- 1 -- Mr


Attorneys for at

N OTICE-All persons havi
tate of Susannah Gray, la
land in the county of Alban
quired to present ti he same,
thereof, to Elias Gray, the
ed. at his dwelling house in
o; before the eleventh da
myl0-6ELAm S
I C. Salisbury, trading utind
bury & Son, at West Troy i
in the city of Troy, having a
their property and effects for
-Notice is hereby given to
against the said firm, to pre
scribers, at their office No.
six monthsfrom th first pub
all persons indebted to the
make immediate payment to
March 20, 1839.
N OTICE-Pursuant to an o
the county of Albany, not
persons having claims against
chardson, late ofthe village
ty, deceased to present the
of, to EdIdy Cole, jr., at hi
or bef..ire the tentlht day of
sons Indebted to said estate
diate payment to the
E. CoL
l7IEt,- people of the state
. God free and independe
Rtufus Sturges. Elias R. A
the town of Grafton in the
net Agan and An irew Agan
in the same county; Betse
dock, aid Julia. the wife
the town of Sodus in the c
the state of New York; an
town of Washington in the
of Indiana; heirs at law and
late of the town of Grafton
You and each of you are he
sonally to be and appear befo
ty of rKensselaer, at the sur
Troy in said county, on M
September next, at ten o'cl
day, to attend to the probate
ment of the said Patrick
then and there be offered
P. Agan, one ofthe execut
has applied to the surrogate
and which will relates to b
In testimony whereof, we ha
of our surrogate of said
[L. S.J mixed. Witness, Job
said county, at the city
oa Augus
T'11 K people of the state
God free and independent
Thomas E. J. Kerrison. Wi
bert WV. Mackie and Louisa
ker, D. D Seymour,Joseph
William Carpenter, Jesse
Samuel B. H. Judah, ncxt o
Kerrison, late of the city
er persons next of kin, relat
Peter Kerrison, dece
You and each of you are h
pear before our surrogate o
his office in the city of N
October next, at ten o'clo
day, then and there to attend
counts of Elisha Mlorrili, ad
tihe goods, chattels and cre
Peter Kerris
In testimony whereof, we h
fice of said surrogate
[L. S.1 Witness, James Camp
said county, at the cit
ty-seventh day of Jun
Lord one thousand eig
nine, and of our indepe
gIlHE people of the state
.t God free and indepentide
ot kin to John Twogood, lat
in the county of Renssel
You are hereby cited to app
our county of l'ensselaer, i
twenty-ninth day of August
forenoon ofthatday, at tihe s
Troy, then and there to attend
account of Mercy Twogood,
stead, executor, of the last
John Twogood, deceased, wh
presented tar
In testimony whereof, we ha
of our said surrogate to
|L. S.] ness, Job Pierson, es
ty, at the city of Tro
May, in the year of
eight hundred an
gl HE people of the state o
L God free and independent,
kin an I legatees of John S
New York, decease
Yiu and each of you are her
sonally to be and appear befo
ly of New York, at his office
the seventeenth day of Janu
in the Iorenoon of that day,
final settlement of the acco
executor of the last will an
S. Crary,
In testimony whereof, we ha
of said surrogate to be
[L. S.J ness, James Campbell
county, at the city of
day of July, in the yea
sand eight hundred and
independence th
TIE people ot'the state of
God free and independent
Bulla, Margaret Cudda and
the county ot Armargh, Irel
and places of residence a
Eleanor Darragh, late of the
ty of Albany, de
Whereas, Robert Simp.son,
the county ot Albany, has la
surrogate of the county of
instrument in writing melat
estate, duly proved as the la
Eleanor Darragh, deceased
hereby cited and required pe
fore our said surrogate, aL hi
on the second day of Sept
in the forenoon of that day,
the probate of said instramen
ment of sai
In testimony whereof, we ha
of our said surrogate to
[L, S.] ness, Anthony Blanc
our said county, at t


Attorneys for at

B Y order of the hon. Mich
ot the court of common pl
ty of New York, notice is h
proviiions.of the statute au
n n-resident d,;tors. that
against the estate of B
mercantile firm doln, business
of New Orleans in the state
same will be sold for the pa
they appear and discharge s
law, within nine months from
notice, and that the payme
by residents of this state,
for their use, of any property
to them, and the transfer o
are forbidden by law, and a
of June, 1839. W.
jel7-m Attorney fo
Y order of the lion. Samu
the superior court of tho
is hereby given, pursuant to
authorising attachments again
ed debtors, that an attach
estate of MARTIN M. DOYL
state, a concealed debtor,
York, and that the same
ment of his debts, unless
such attachment according
from the first publication
payment of any debt, and t
belonging to such debtor, t
transfer of any property by
ever, are forbidden by law
day of June,1839.
je19-3m Attorney
Y order of the hon.Villiam
of common pleas in and f
New York,notice is hereby
visions of the statute auth
absconding and concealed de
issued against the estate
habitant of this state, an abs

AT a court ofchancerv held
at the city of New York, o
gust, one thousand eight h
sent, William T. McCoun, v
Charles W. Lynde, vs. S
Henry Talmage, Peter A
Graves, Enos T'. Thtroop,
Savings in the c
It appearing by affidavitto t
that the defendant Enos T.
this state, and that he re
therefore, on motion of E.
complainant, it is ordered,
eAuse his appearance to be
of to be served on the com
nine months fr(mn the date oft
appearance, that he cause
ant's hill and amended bill o
copy thereof to be served on
within forty days after servi
and in default thereof that
fessed by him: and itis fourth
tydays the said complainant
lished inthestate paper an
New York Enquirer, and tha
tinued in each of tihe said
week for eight weeks in suc
copy hereoftobe personal
Throop at least twenty days
scribedfor his ao
Edward H. Owen, Sol.

BY order of the hon. Micha
of the court of common pl
ty of New York, notice is h
provisions o thestatute aut
non-resident debtors, that
against thie estate of AH
COLLINS, composing the f
residents of the county of
Connecticut, and that the s
mentor their debts, un less t
attachment, according t4 i
the first publication of this
of any debts due to them by
the delivery to them or for
within this state belonging
any such property by them,
void. Datedthe'26th d
de l-9m Attorney f
BY order of the hlion. Henry
city of Troy,notice4s her
provisions of the statute at
non-resident debtors, that
against the estate f THE
of the state of Michigan,
sold for the payment of his
discharge such attachment a
months from the first public
the paymnient of any debts due
state, and the delivery to hi
perty within this state belong
ofany such property by him
are void. Dated the2
ap4-m Attorney for
OTICE-Pursuant to an or
tIthe county of Albany, a
against thIe estate of [lector
Albany in thb county of Alb
hereby required to exhibit
in support thereof, to Rober
last will ;nd testament of t
No. 97 on thie Pier, in said
the fifteenth day of Janua
TOTICE-In pursuance of
L of the county of Albany,
all persons having claims a
Willis deceased, to exhibit
support thereofto Richard Fi
Stephen Willis deceased, at
Bern in said county, on or be
ber next. Dated
mr30-6m POLLY WILL

BY order of hon. Daniel P.
of New York common plea
en, pursuant to the provision
attachments against non-res
meat has issued against
CROCKETT, a resident of
Tennessee, and that the same
of his debtA, unless be apple
ment, according to law, w
first publication ofthisno
any debts due to him by resid
livery to him or for his use
state belonging to him, and
perty by him, are forbidden
the 9th day o
Mrll-om Attorney for
BY order of the hon. Robe
Albany county courts, of
&c., notice is hereby given,
thestatute authorising atta
dfebtors,thit an attachment ha
JACOB GIBBS, aresidentol
Connecticut, and thatthesam
meant of his debts unless hf
tachment according to law.
first pttblication of this n
any debtsdue to him by resi
delivery to him or for his
this state belonging to him
property by him, are forbi
Dated the 28th day
de29 Om Attorneyf
)Y order of hnon. Thomas J.
3of the superior courtoft
is hereby given, pursuant to
authorising attachments ag
that an attachment has is
GERSHOM HUFF, a resident
Illinois, and that the same w
his debts, unless he appear a
according to law, within nine
cation ofthisnotice; and t
due to him by residents of th
him or for his use of any pr
longing to him, and the tra
him, are forbidden by law
SYork, December 28,18
jal 9min Attorn
BY order ol'the hon. Dani
Judge of the coutirt of con
county of New York, notice
to the provisions of the sta
against non-resident debtor
suc! against the estate
residents of Montevideo, m
will be sold for the payment
appear and discharge such
law, within nine months fr
this notice; and that the
them by residents of this st
or for their use of any proper
ing to them, and the trans
them are forbidden by law

Soricrrof the hon.. Mi
Judge of the court ofcom
county of New York, a counts
notice is hereby given, pur
statute authorising attach
debtors, tlatan attachment
of F. ANIZAN, who reside
York, and is a resident: of
Mexico, and that time same
ment ofI his debts, unless h
attachment, according t
from tjhe first publication
payment ofany debts due to
and the delivery to him or
within this state belonging
any such property by him,
void. Dated the i*-d d
de'25 9in Attorne
B Y order of the hon. Fred
Erie county courts, and
court, notice is hereby gi
issued against the esta
non-resident debtor, and th
the payment of his debts,
charge such attachment acc
months from the first publ
that the payment of any deb
this state, and the delivery
property within this stat
transfer of any property b
and are void. Dat
51F9m Attorney f
BY order of the hion. Dani
justices of the superior
York, notice is hereby gi
sions of the statute autho
non-resident debtors, that
against the estate of
land, and thatthe same will
their debts, unless they ap
tachmen', according to la
the first publication of this
of any debtsdue to them by
the delivery to them or for
within this state belonging
any such property by them,
are void. Dated the 17t
no23-9m Attorney fo
)., order of Daniel P. Ingr
"ofthe court of common pl
of New York, notice ts here
visions of the statute auth
non-resident debtors, that
against theestate of JOS
sidenit ofthe state of New o
sold for the payment of his
discharg- such atlachmant,
month- from the first public
the payment of any debts
this state, and the delivery
property within this state
transfer ot any such proper
law and are void. Dated th
apll-am Attorne
B Y orderof lion. Michael
of the court of common ple
ty ofNew York, notice is he
provisions of the statute au
non-resident debtors, tha
against the estate ofC
SES R. MUNN, residents of
and that the same will b
their debts, unless they app
inent, according to law, with
publication of this notice;
debts due to them by residents
ery to them or for their use
state belonging to them, and
perty by them are forbidde
the 18th day o
myl8-9m Attorneyfo
Y order of the hon. Rober
county courts, counsellor,
en, pursuant to the provisi
attachments against non-re
tachment has issued again
& BROTHERS, of Pittsfi
sachusetts, non-resident deb
be sold for the payment of
pear and discharge such at
within nine months from th
notice; and that the payment
by residents of this.state
for their use, of any proper
ing to them, and the trans
them, are forbidden by la
6th day of