New-York advertiser
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Title: New-York advertiser
Uniform Title: New-York advertiser (New York, N.Y. 1817)
Alternate title: New York advertiser
Physical Description: v. : ; 52-60 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Walker, John W
Dwight, Theodore, 1764-1846
Townsend, William B
Publisher: John W. Walker
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: July 31, 1827
Publication Date: 1817-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: C.S. Brigham, Early American newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Available in micro-opaque from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: No. 1 (Mar. 26, 1817)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1836.
General Note: Editor: Theodore Dwight.
General Note: Publishers: Dwight & Walker, 1817-1818; Dwight, Townsend & Walker, 1818-1831; Dwight Townsend & Co., <1831>; Dwight & Townsend, <1835-1836>.
General Note: Printer: John W. Walker, 1817-1818.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00073664:00002
 Related Items
Related Items: New-York daily advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1817)
Related Items: New-York advertiser published once a week for the country
Related Items: New-York advertiser, for the country
Preceded by: Country courier
Preceded by: Albany advertiser
Succeeded by: New York advertiser and express

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UMBER 1081.

TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1827.

- ,v^ om. 5 tsau^ s,,, .-d
1 f/ *pn te Wiingimttgt Ilerald.
Cling not to ea,'tl,- t' nothing there,
Ho'csevr l'del-t1'Ucr fair,
But on mmi ieAr'rs still imst wbar
: The impretS*ormomlalty.
The voyager on the boundiess deep,
S' Within hi. binique 11ia -1ilc 'a!le.-
Bult bear himon-Iso -Ill ial 'etit
To leae ltswild unecrni inlh.
Cling not lo cIUIh-as "El s" err"u
S Trust As.a'as s.rpemt's I un hon pljt,
Thit glittc raonl) to bc.iai
.'. .- To dcath-orCliXlIt li-ry.
:; Drcnm not ofriendislip-thlre ima Ie
\ A ird, a smile, agrap -.
.. \ But nilt Ie hi ro ned. r -
or 0 1 n\ef futrwIrfd
:. Butw iott.td roitteir I aC.
ipk'not of Reaiity-lilhc the rest
Itcn'.ar:'' : a ir oilits crest-
B hostS-sIte time era stands contest
-. its adeltoopd-or its frailty.
Then na no mo. so tslly on
T he) I.I m ..- ot d l t c
.A -ut B it0nshsse o ler'L tI.

j';. .wNewSlesum C'irriBu..- 't.d iu-h'i..tr of wv
'* IeLstirig lie Irils made .,t.ccul ic new car
ane l which is IInpelle't ..t l oil, ini ime barra
yard, AInbny R)tad, in lth piesii t,l Ii. G race '
Duhool Wellmhntcn, soilai'cer n tif. iiiards,
&-C. Froru tlme'mt',y I'ruitlh.'V anltinpH, l.. lhad pi
liously bsen made, by men' lice itoe, to ap1
steam, power to ihe propueimh. ul h' ch ci, rniaes
l'ojld be practically usclue m oi tualv r.1s, ie tn
to t.i s elhibiLion with veiy Cdi' lidl 4-.,tions oft
success or Lihe very ingenious in>'i.ilzci, i. r. Gurne
A fir as IhelinI min.dc, 1ot eI t, .llbtI mus to judt
we venture to pronounce lint th[sIie is nJofar dista
when ic slhall irtave l li mucti grtrtcr 'aecd and
mci 3itmall,'c. xperse iAlh.. I. cltW. 'Ilic tirriagcwe
round the hegenit'a Park, l.,, llim Doraina gate,
twienty-oiie minutes, n ayuerag. ol nearlY 1inemi0nes
hour. T itie is rodliiii4 in lIlh. alitrl riCL Il theVehit
to I5id the speciatur L.o -iippcu mPropelld b)'steam;
makes no more noiEL lltin t, oldiiiurs inaellitlg en
riage ; nor.silIhero' aly .ailiirtuin!LnC Inrom isilrt or smolk
ior (as we re aissmaied) 'anv Idr.rud lit. JLtis furtit
Stale, Lit.at I me cirri..gc cti. g :up hulll ith perfe
'c ase, and be In.lmti', d i11li 11 tIltm]],Ji heCiiity a
nicely. Mr. Gairnr.a cspir-st hit t5'pecltion iI
ableLo exhibit cuiupitic .itinuiel pehlei/s in
IhCeM welns. Wetcanrmio I'it-I ,ri.'enibtnimi', hiowevi
lnint between tventy amln lr th ,t |i &.--,-, 'iVr. Trie
thick exhibited, rnear'this vwy spot, a carriage pr
pelled by .teanm, whichweint thirty miles a hourt so
must, llicrel'ore, waitbefore we pledge oueselves for t
complete success of'any plan of this kind. Those ni
'chines nOw i, use upon the-rail-roads in the north
Engrand, form asyet theaonly useful application ol t
principle.- [Literary Gazelle.
The Press ins 'France.l-Fron 1814 to 1820, the pr
Sdictioris 'of tlhe- Press, nit periodical. increased
Fr,,ncc 771 iu 11)06 ; irom stI ISt16, theyincreas
787 in 1000. At Ute prc:i.-ii 'll v, I risee, restored
iher ancitl. liiAhs, pu.,hI it. u.s many ivorks
she didwhen Donap[,r'c huh nosioi nid'ly dxtendedli
merriL y.a grive >rs'e Ide- atre gaining ground; pi
loaop -if e,jimrtsa..tudnrc, Itloryrare thepri
ciV ca, wlicO tie i'rencrinminrl is nowdirected
.l m 'Fench able o ead. las doubled with
tLhalj i'r year-, riInotvIltluundmig lucre are still fou
'te in d comuiiLmi'm i Lince datitue of amt
s'W 'tens.
". .y mtid QCtulai;tu.-Tie-re is ror lingin Spitl
fields'ah indertaker v||o;c Cnristian names MlaikA
tl06y. ..A Wag, obsLu's1g a Itncral almended by ti
gentlemnand n lnorgltti ec. solemnly o tepagsil
scsne, applied to Iiii i'crn, the n u rdsol tirutus over til
dead body of Cxsar.-'" H-er: cons It, body, maurno
,, by. Mark Anthony, who, though he had no hand il hi
.death, Shall receive the benefit of his dying."
Erasmus, wriLing to the Pope, Ilo ln a iniaicletti
lo lmm had rEproached him 1ii ucatiig mtmit ir l Int,'r
Splied, I haut a Catholeic soch, L itriic O uarni isalti
gelher LuldtMranm"
Chm~sa~aux!.aieiSs.-asLtJ'i ,6mdfijt eri, t Pall Mal
Tis exhibition i'lvle trih i .- u ir.ic g tnih
ham ever appeared in -Europe, aid e %,u itcd l
crdmnds of rte HauL Ton arnd lt,:il, 1it- invari
lily express themsEhie hitmlil ostd u illh sight
Lthese uingulrly initere.-lit eiii', ie t-nij uf the
saix ier seen ouot OF he (elciiiS.il Lti pr, ,i'd ei'tthci
as inaccessible to ithe seidl0offorcine -r' m u In ,- hli, iemsio
the Grand'Seignor. 'Ihe stry di-'.ttll.e I-xl or t
Chiae,tc ladies (but three ir.chs'-r., Ili'in btcci itheri
appreciated only by lhe lghit. in.1''-inr loes in liecab
netslorhe curious, and only ct .-ud doubtss u I) the
reality, which may now OE pros d by ocuhir denionstrt
tbu,..-Opcn roIm eleven to sx. .t.dEIlltaInC. Is.
'Sa the occasion of lie lait mcciing of thi, noxburg
Club, [Thursda nt.eLk George V,.. I'ailor, Ese
presenlted tocaeli nmbtr 0oft iO club a ulunle ol-exqu
sile typoaraplucal beauty, pritl by %r. Nicol. consis
ng Il 'c Aiatory Poeif) ofCl.ilei, [Jo, e ul 'asiman
and"Mmlan, neplitumv ofl"Cu:les Vt. il France, and lath<
to Louis XII., i lio ivai likn p-iotner dal lit battle
Agincourt, on the 25LIh Oct. HI either lIl is% fouri
tmude~f"I'iap dead bo'dit' aliutal lL'il'lchz, aria letiuit
as aaTe pn-r'obier in Engl-.nd, t b lhb nu.,hnaL' oh Ieur
V.n, wenlt-five ye irE. I, Issat c'Oitinrd illan m i.nsior
surroundtld by a moat, at o'ii., in ausei
where he devoed mtor'i of0lii lt.S to ttinuutL t1.,auitip o
verses in Engli nI wl F'rernch. [his Irasui-c is copies
.,from a manuscript in the British Museum.
S Bugs.-Thic spirit oftar is so powerful a poison .
These nightly ititers, thatasnoo nasit comes in coi
tact wtIlI one it ir.alanti)l diei. It 'huiild be |plied b
mcinirofa snoill patinmig tl l.j I,-iL jthiulIli crev
ceas or criaclm in ithe becJitel, *td it.1:) hIlr placs o. re
Liea' iii ll ife ifai cotor iall. So liux -,. I i lie s untu
ofthe pilrtt to theieaermin, I).et tiey dt'tr lIe he
where it has been used. Thb Iic 'lrw i tir d. per quar
The remlilied spirit o( slar, J.mci m "'. udiiriioUs, i
2s. pcr pint. Bothm being selaule, by uitd ot b
used by candle-light. Thle ci-r[iL of tierg"niotie is ale
a powerful prison to bugt.-G lIt j Hals.
Shipping.-A ritro rofihe number of Brilush an
Foreign vesseiels', tvith the ainourt o mthir-ri rea.1-hIvC ton
nage, which entc'ed lbte parts ul int: UnitIr Kingdom
from t[Ie ports of Foreign Eim rope, miLludintlle ves
scls entered from the WMdiltr.dtnean, bd'tieiai lip year
1814 nd 1826, both inclusiae, dtgumhit l year
B0rdisH. FO-;i.CN,
Year. V''ssels. Tonnap,. 'el.. 'unrage
1911 5,766 671,Ic -i .S17, ,6 440
-1815 5,288 670,388 4,181 620,218
1816 6,776 659,014 2,686 256,536
1817 -7,293 872,191 ,821 278,761
S1818 -- 8,163 982,274 5,651 56,274
S1819'- -; 6;975 834,44 8,824 423,672
1820 6,502 751,594 2,948 287,386
1821 6;108 708,669 2,809 255,273
.':1822 6,310 772,148 21888 312,997
1823 -6,ujJ 750,115 3,551 415,568
1't.1t 6 's3a 769,643 5,119 603,437
S IP'25 Y8,001. 1,071,873 6,350 757,302
,.1826-. 6,.-7 ._.876,423. 5,,264' 639,069
Plan ofuis,' ion rf EnLli.i .-It still remains a pi ob
lento shelher P.apuleon wiviled to 1-ii duigiinJ, u1
whether his innltltions sire to onlYalarm ihe Englisli b;
the louilcgnt flotilla. ,e 11550 n1 doubl t iC rl-
ly wanted tu elttlupt a' landmitc. T his S gra
chance nl lbse comtimntd Frsnch and hpniii a.hiadroh
raising the blockade of Ftrrol, Huchtori, Greal, anilh
'rerat, and remaining some da)i. 1mteI oh hlic Luluit,
The Boulogne floLitla, s.Itn lud ben poipoaci Is'
platcd as abug-bear o01"iar, nsomlo in ihatcia I huh'
killed il; natural deslinaliun., and sensd fortlle convey.
once of his army. Tao tidss would tiavi sohlted Is
enable hint to throw 10u,0u0 men mu blue shares o]
GIeat Brilain. rmne day's manch to-te bsnks of the
'"Thames seouldu il I renchmore forward in Sit
conquest of the norld tholu iitty battles gained upon
tlhe rontinent; nor ivoud s complete arid filal Inva-
sion liume besin indijpatnasly nequisite for obli.::itg
s such immeiae adsitisiage:. A retreat it snost Lu. ud'
ilItucd, would lini 1 bean allenuld with almost immur-
, itontable dlthculhi a ; bil ,prospects of the ending
were sulffricnily allurnmg mo talane Ihse difficulties ol
Ihe retreal. Il Londo,' ioic olice tshtn, c'pohcoi
imagined England wouhld tie' as good an 'conquered.-
:.Ueneral Marmont obsensed to iint in the motmts 01
October, 1805, alt t*ugsbuq'11, that if the landing tad
acLuall I been efl'cted, ih, ,iustrians would imangdiste-
ly base s dechticed u ir." "I do neS titnluk so." repli-
ed.the Emperor ; "but if ftiintI attacked us, tlme
olJd H0ome1uof Stra., iiur, Is'ave been sufficient So
, dipute'heir pasnage pi tt.hibe.' So great ias his
"comlldence Ihat tine etlory ofnu Crlerpit wodld have
pcrlnlied the kmmgs ol Illhe ton,, ant produced ar
immense natlonaletlort in I"'isn^.'-i. icy, l. i. p. 33.
GlmoslM.iif.-SiroJital, rligten, me hum hrnoirs
stiucBci. Il ils S" t p1."0"15, lhumI 10)1100 111 rematIt~u:
We story :-Lmrd R o6Bsosoc ias dad i t i, cll
h.ne arbea~d ohtlshavung mad a silighe sluuv''ilndtot.
_ton. He bore, nh tls green old ace, bit appesrsr re 1.
.Jpblust ieallth. Dunng Ite osily o Lurl Hard
th'*ek, Lady Barnnglon, at a Irhmsng-ioom int ),,,-,
,".,Catle, met Lord Itosmebore. le I..d bi ,11ir
."'onct'fhiveekIl parlies tor Moult KB,, ,..

t1cne he next day, and hin.dlsndo nord aa ft evorv
',rtparalion 1 be moad. Tlie ld I. tnnt .i
be or Ihe cotpany. lly lite ammer," id hie to La-
.dy Barrington, addressing Jie. bb aper m. me, .he
- you go home, tdJ Smr Jundh thai no bunma is to pre-
vent hiha fora ifringing you doi tmto0 di0t 1vith meatup

fr moinrow. I will have no ifs in the miatter-so tell him vinced Mademoisclle George, that alt English audien
that ome lie must ShIe promised positively, and'on was capable ohappreciating her talent. The list of1
her rhturt itformned me of her engairement, to ivhich I acting was not uctolithy of this, and at thic conclusi
at once agreed.. VWe retired to our chamber about ofthe piece, lim applause lasted 1ih she was brought
twelve; and towards two in the morning.1 was nawalken- y the inatger, and received atidst Ime cheers of
cd by.a sound ofa vcry extraordinary nature. 'I listen- elegant and fashionable audience. The partofEgisl
cd it occurred first at short. intervals ; it resembled ass played by Daudel, in excellent style, and certain
neither a voice lorn ainislrument ; it was solter than much better than the actor whom we saw last year p1
auy voice, and wilder than any inatic, and seemed to 'the same purt atte Theatre Francais, in Paris. In t
float i ithe air. 1 don'tL know'4vherefore, but my heart Ia- act, the tyrant bids him choose between submissi
beat lorcibly. The soundti became still more plaintive, or his ruin, and the manner in which, when desired
till it almost died away.An. tbe air; when a sudden answer, lie replied-
change, s s i excited by a paig, changed its tolsei Tu e oi damind, comment pi-jrdPondre,
seemed descrndintg. I felt every nerve tremble it was
not a natural souid, t; or could I make out the point a rthy of the beate on ay stage. His il
from whence it came. 'At length I awakened Lady who played the part of Isuniie, was also very success
Barrington, who heard as well ts myself. Shte stggst- specially in tie last scene but one, when she related t
ed that it might be an AEolian harp ; but to tiat in- death of the tyrnntin a manner which was greatly a
strument it bore no similitude ; it wvas altlgetheralf, p.laided. A Mr. Eric Bernard performed tlle part
ferent character of soimind. My wife at first appeared Poli/honte, in a very able manner, awl promises to pro
less afbested than 1 ; but subsequently slie was ',Urc s. a valuable addition to ilie company. It would be inju
We niv went to a large window in ourr bedroom twice to the Managers toconcludewihoutobserving, tl
which looked directly uponla smUll garden utinderneath i the scenery and te dresses were both very good, at
the sound seemed then obviously to ascend fromt a grass teSt tie whole was got up in a imarner which did t!
plot imltmedaleiy below out' uitidow. It continued 'greatest credit to their spirit and tasie.
Lady Bar:ington requested that I would call up her miid, .ivalanche.-On tlie 5th tilt, a terrible avalanche d
whlichl I did, and she was evidently more ellcecled thnm stroyed It Sondinoer, it Norway, all the buildings of
either of us. The sounds lasted more than halian hour. farm, and 5J boats. The vast ttass of snow falling in
At last, a deep, heavy, throbbing sigh seemed to issue the Lake caused it to oenflow its bunks, and inunda
from the spot, andm was shortly ucceedod by a sharp but all Ole surrounding counciy, by which great damage ws
low cry sad by the distinct exelatatiion, thrice repeated, done.
it- of R inssor- ois re-Lssmorie '" I will not at- Tet fa ad do.-The Englih manner of knowii
"T- terpt to desier PlIlTy onia leetlings,; indeed I cannot. whether a dog be mad or uot, somnethat resembles t]
ck 'The m saud f(led in nterr fron'the indowv, aind it was ancient Euroean custom oh trying witches. The o
tht witll diflieultyl prevailed on Lady Barrington to return woman suspectedwtas lied hand and foot, tid thrown
c.- to bed ; in about aniinuite after, ie tisoutlnd died grau- to the water. Ifshe swam, then sie was instantly cari
re. ally away, until all was silent. Lady Bearingtot, who ed oil o be burnt 'or a citeh ; ifshesunk, then, indeed
ply.,:, not so siurperstitious as I, attributed this circumstances she was acquitted of the charge. but drowned' in the x
as to a hnnred different cases, and nmade me pronmi periment.- In the same manner, a crowd gathe raundi
;nt that I would not mention it next day at Mount Kenne- dog suspected of madness, and they begin by leasintg t
tile dyisincewe shopld be thereby rendered laughing stocks -de bted animal on ever side; if he attempts to stai
ey. -At length, wenried with speculations, we fell into a upon ti defensive, and bite, then he is unanimous
;e sound slumber About seven the ensuing morning, ,a found guilty, for a mad dog always snaps at every thin
tnt strong rap attmy chamber door awakened mie. IThe re- if on tle contrary, he strives to escape by running awa
,i collection of t"e past night's adventure rushed instantly Ien be can expect no corsiassion, for mad dogs alwa:
nt u, on my ains, atnd rendered me very unfit to be taken un straight forward before te.-GOLSI -Co
in isuddeuly oiln aiy subject. It was light I-went to the wall G hafe.t
an. door, when my faithful servant, Lawler, exclaimed, on
ale the other side; 0O Lord, sir-!I" What is tile matter ?"
it. said I hurriedly. ") 0, sir't,.' ejaculated lie, '" Lord Ross- FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27.
ar. more's footman was running past the door, in great
*' haste, and told me in passing that my lord, after corn- Colombia.-The Philadelphia Gazette contains the follow
ata og from the castle, had gone to bed in perfect health ; ln Proclamation of Bolivar, published at La Guayra on It
at but that about half-after two this morning, his own nCtieia he British frigate Druid. T
id -earing a1noise0i0 his master's bed (lhe slept in tbe sane
be ru..in,, went to himi, and found him in the agonies of spirit ofthis document is thatof all his public declaration
,il ra.it ; andl before hlie could alarm the other servants, all and ofthe greater part of life. May it prove that his la'
vs was over!" I conjecture nothing ; I only relate the in- measures which have rendered him so much suspected, 1
re- cident i. s unequirvocally matter of fact: Lord Rosnsmore sof t ohave in fact arisen from sentimentsno les honor
a ievas-absolutely slying- t sthe moment I heard his nameuI
e pronounced. Let scepticshe draw their own conclusions: kle. r
so perhaps natural cause.- may be assigned ; but 1 am to- A letter, dated La Guayra July Sth, says that infoima
a tally unequal to the taskI." has been received from Bogota, that the Congress have ref
61' The BanserL's Clcaring. -Most of those London tank- sed to accept Boliaa's resignation.
hie ers'wio live in thbe city,r transact their business with each PROCLAMATION.
other at the Clearing house. At this house, which is si- SIMON BOLIVAR, Liberator, President, &c. &c. &c.
S tuatled in Lombard btreet, adjoining the banking louse of Vesc-neleazs,-'oiirsihieages called motr Colombia in o
i- mess. Smith, Payne &Smitlh, whoie property it isantid of der tuse y services in re-tstablishing, among you, ordi
ed whom it is rented by tIme bankers, a chatk attends from and uon. My stost pleasing dmty was to devote my'sl'
to eacti banking-hiouse twice a day. First, lie goes at s thse country of my birth :-to destroy your enemies that
as o'clockwsithl those bills ,tich lie hast espon other bankers hed as f sth ost distrovincs of America
,er hee drops the bills payable at eachihouse itlo a separate ofVenezuela, ofCaracas. This preference was just, and go
n drawers,'prov'idel for the purpose, and .he enters in his h at account I should avow it. I s ave sened Coloubia nit
n book, under separate accounts, those bills that may be America, because your lot was tied to that of c-e rest of o lit
d. dropped into his drawer. At halu' past 12 he returns heuttispheare of Columbus.
, i u home. He goes again at 3 o'clock, with a fresh quantity Do tot imagine that I go front you with nnbitious viec
,'. of bills end chsecques, which hue delivers ill the several I do not prcueed to other dqlparttmeouts of time Republic, i
fly drawers as-.eft re. He then enters in hisi book tIhose order to increase the extent of' my command, but to prevein
checquie that may be delivered in his drawer. From the cival war by wehichthey aredevastated, fronreachi
,, three to four, he receives further supplies of chccque, yot. As littleuo I coceIrie Presideny ofColouialie
a -~~s m._c..omiso -:you t_ ., a,.
- broIgt c hi lfron home, by aosher clerks. T Insc s envidI'otherColoins.Ii
i" celer.es h enters in Isis book, and theuy are then deli- itc beneficial r.awer toyour wtlmltri.. t ,i11 e u d t e
vered in the proper drawers. As soon as the clock strikes i theldofmy re l i Ii
g 4,'no further cliceques are taken. He thencas s ip eaci you lto alleviate the ptbliccalamit- i Ii
cc account, and strikes the balance. 1'is balanee ae froi war and revolhtIuti.
id then transferred to the balance-shleet. The baiance-sheet laiabilcins of m arcs'! Born a citizen of Caracas; m
Sis .a half sheet of paper, 'ith a list of clearing bankers, highest ambition will be to preserve that precious title;
printed, alphabcticallv in arow down the middle ; on tle privat e life among you willb'd m' delight, niy gtoryandlth
er left hand side, is a space lor the debtors ; on thie riglt reve xc o rel ol y uics. lLA.
e- hand side, is a space for the creditors. The clerI begins Head Quarters, Catacas, July 4, 127.
3- with the hou's at fhle Sap of the list.: If this house owes IT nr ;,,, r.tt
I shim money, s places ;fie balance e o Ihe il t side oirthie /hia eJ7iife ttAlb .-'' ellcn ttehasternShattsar
1, nnsne. If hIla -gqs lfioney to this house, lie places*thc appris'd, by tlitc Bo lton papers, tuat the roue through th
t atouent utt .-'c .,.,.- V-', 'ius, ;.- ToU-d'.hrough ll ,,- iniih>stu riitit of ie White ill is 'et otly passabl
py. wholelist. Iie 1.1 tl.i L-.. to the cleik ofeacli house, and butnearly restored tn telc sitle i t himeli t-11 I. ilt. -
a- calls over the bahnice to him ; and if they bolth agree, catastrophe o last year. There cat be uo doubt that that r
of they mark it witlts aen.. 'Ift heydife"r, they examine
r where te error lies, and mae te accou ts agree e gioofthe countr will more and more attract the notice
re then casts up each side of his balance lshet. If the total those who travel lr pleasure and itproveTenit. Like mos
of amount of debts exceeds the total amount of credits, he of our finest natural scenery, tIat of the White Mountains ll
he, will have to.receive lIhe amount of the diflerence. Ifthu but recently come inder general notice; butsincc oncoinir
to credits exceed the debts, lie will have to pay the differ- trynon have begut to take interest in the beautiful and suc
i- enee. IHa banker does not choose to pay a bill or draft, -as
ir brought home fon the clearing-house, it is sent back lime scenes aroundthem thiswildand romantic district hI
a.. and dropped in-the drawer of the hIouse by whose clerIc become gradually better known, and the number of visitor
itvas'-.presented. If' this clerk delivered it in Ste first has rapidly increased every year.
i instance, in the morning clearing, (that at 12 o'clock) it The astonishing effects produced there in 1S2B, by a store
q- is usually returned before 4 o'clock ; but, in all cases, it he mouains, e probably proved an attrti
.. must t;a returned before 5 o'clock, or-else it ill not be
If- S^ ^ s S l!many ersons curious to witness them, is we find it mentioned
taken baek, arid the banker is considered to have paid it.
s All this is usually done by five o'clock, wlhen the that more. travelers have passed that way tis season that
el clerks go home fora nhort time, for tvo purposes.-One ever bafor. A great improvement has been made by Mi
o purpose is to fetch the money wlhicli the y have to pay ; Crawford, who keeps a large inn in the midst of the isoun
J ana the other is tosce ift tlhe balance on the sheet agrees tis. Hehas made a good carriage road three miles in length
ud 'with the balan ce r,I t.,b oooks at Itname. At about a quad- so site toot ofmouust Washington, sothatstrangers tay
ar or IMsIf-pat nfive, they return ; and nny clerk iwh I t owli d
,n 110mey to' pay, pays it to any clerk who has mony to r e- reac I su it ith les faigu thercofre.
X ceive. It is common, however, for three or four clerks
of to formta sort of club, and pay principally among thet- 'THE SHAWANEESE.
Shelves. Hence, when one member ofI tlie club ihas Inme- Captain John Perry, head chief of the Shacancese Indians
Sney to pay, he will pay it'to some member of the same while at Piqua, Ohio, two or three weeks since, became in
.club who has money to receive in preference to paying toxic i of ungovernab
.o it to any one else ; by Shis means Iis friend olotains lil
money earlier thllan, he otherwise might, and gets oil passion with a mai of his tribe, wounded several persons
Y soueisr. 'it is obvious, that all the money that's to be around him with a knife. le was taken id bound to a tree
- paid must be'equal to ali the money that is to be recciv- and while the wounded persons were examining thei
e d. If this should not appear to be case, there must be pounds in a neighboring house, lie cut his cords and ran of
S e. eror;- and the ClearingHouse is thansatd to lie li r. He was retaken and confinci, butmadehise
w'rog. Tuto ingpectn rstareappointed, swith salaries, 5t-
'- defect errors ofthis kind, by examining ianid marking offil' cap agnin the n:ghit. His nation, it appeared, were hold
13 the sheets.. Their signature iyalso necessary bfclore any itg a council at Wapaughkonneta, at the time they received
e money can be paidfium one clerk toaotlher. the intelligence of thisconductin their chief. Thcobjectot
o No gold, silver, or copper, is taken to the Clearing the meeting was to forbid te introduction ofardent spirits
Hou se;tlhe differences n tideraG5 that may be left be- an
'a twveen the clerkss Shat receive atid payivith each other -tfeigsesby h igrcte et euaint
'r- pre carried to account on the following day.-Gilberit's Piqua, to hold a talk with the inhabitits. 'lue substance o
n Bankingg, it was as follows:-
s- .N'aional Follies.-Certainly tie monstrous absur- We have been deputed by our nation, to wait on tIe cit;.
rs cities which we believed orf race during the ar, zens of Piquia, and express to tlhem, a m.lparticularly to those
al wherwereninuredoour!eep sorrowJhi th" acident whic
i were only equalled by the absurdities SIth tench bel hasolasoelyaptenedour sep't t for st acd
levels incerming us ; our attacks were only matched We know strong drink was made for white men, as they
* by their reprisals. At one time we attempted to starve know low to Use it; but it makes Indians crazy- wo there-
a country containing thirty millions q acm cs mere than fbrleldldsnassembly ofallcur people to abolish tile Ise o'it
these United in'.,hm, as iI' it had been the rock of'Gib- among us.
raltar. Then ive cut off the Jesuit's bark, that the "It was tIe wisheofourpeoplethatourchiel Perry, should
poor devils might die at onceo of looseness and empti- bepresent at our lat council;he did not conic, a td'wv were
ness. We foretold their ruin by tlt ir asinas, they disappointed.c
our ruin through our bank rpotes. 'lie great snpoihd L "erry arrived before the council broke up, and wtlit I
child of victory assailed lus I taking dandelion roots told us ade us very sorry.
instead of ceee ; lie aimed aYatal blow at us by sweet- r-We alwsayscyisli sohive infr'iendshipwithtotur white brath-
eninugi twmitl adsugar, but vsenparrieth h. tr an, and espuetially ceithsfithepeople oh' tthes town, as sie lime
Inng the tro byos o moch communications and trade with thdm.
drinking bad wine. In th etud, however, lie ldid ntc die We arc very willing to pay all extisses, oi condition that
of his beet root nor did'we sink under our sloe juice, the wlito people will not put tie law in force against our
We have resumed, cash payments, and the finances of chief."
France, msotwithstahding the great burthens imposed on The speech was answered by several citizens in reply;
- her since the peace, aretin atost flourishing condition. assuring them ofa reciprocation of friendly felings towards
r -[fLondon Magazin, faei .l"June. their people generally; and advising them to discontinue the
Suse of c9twhiskey; andr that the outrage of this man-should has
s'euuehu Thitre, Tottenham Sireet.-Thle celebrated Ibrgivcn iu consideration ofhierepentance, and tie psaceable
7 Mademoiselle George, the Siddons ol France, made lir disposition and assurances oh'regret expressed by che depu-
first appearance on hle evening of the 3oth May, at this salmon in behalf of their atuiol.
theatre, ill Voltaire's Trsgedy ofMerope. She isa n per- We have boas tes explicit, ia order so correct hany erro-
rason l ral sterstcut, witla fiafuse tragic aimd expressie face, mucou reports cwich lhave "oe abroad; the palpable imicod-
* Her voice is good and pleasing, except that whbo carried stonesofmany oh whtchbring So otr mitd, the old adage,
too high by passion, it becomes somewhat dionati A story hoses nothing by carrying."
l her delivery is excellent, lidnhas the only fault peculiar
to to ti French, especially when abroad, of being some- THE OLD STATUE OF PITT.
'5 what rapid; when, however, shteis nosiin a paroxysm ofpas- The following extracts, fro tht proceedings of theCoi-
t sien, her utterance is extremely clear, and every word mon Council of N'w-York, liroisbus with something oi the
ean be fully nunderstood] and fullyfelt ; ltqir aettigisofthe historyofshis Statuethuosite ofcwhicclwv havo beforespoken
very first class, at once energetic and diguihficd, and we of we e r the ihirer o
* knolw no one at present on the English stage which Ct. ..... r from t'i/ f yesterday.
could lor a moment LI compared to her. GiFted with lI u l'- ; lit, I "I bucks, Esu1. Mayor.
poseer, it' may easily be supposed by those who know Tv 'Chic -'1 -".Iuspor' commn Iae to k'''I""0" thsBun ha h in
: icsp (and whso ^thtreads rnch Ooaonot hknow illt an0 uvaiorau Conmucl, and^u soetlMmbt fct
hat ,bc perfonuned the pirinciphus charmclcir within great General Asesenbly ofthhisprovine. anecdesiroumsthiat tle statrte
- effect. Hen success, uindeed, uwas co~plete. Hien first of' his lpresemut M'ajcsp', .ness Icily extuected from Enghlandl
seems ., tisough good. seora not so effective as Stle mothers; nifgt, out its arrival, be. erected iin some lpasrt oh' clue Bocwhing
from the habit oftplayingin a larger house, her delivery Green, frontingi She fort; amd that he iooldrequest heave
swas so extreslney loud us sotnetimsc to become tnpples. f, r that puros. This Botrd, therefore, took ths sane iltu
ant. She mmust. be guarded,. 'against this, which would consideration, and unanimously rcsolvrc, and ordered time
tnar the.tlcct. of hsr natiug. In thIe third act, however, lease ho giseu fuir that purpose accordiigly.
she appeared to full adveantge ; lhe scene where she is it Common Counil, Cily ru .Niis-ior, 2iWi Jute, 1770.
aoeut to stab a young sirangar, whomn she supposes to PRESENT-Wltteliad Hicks, Est. Mayor.
havee murdered liar son, wats very eflective ; anti in time Mr. Mayor commirisiected to this Bhoardh, that tue Members
..next, in which slclearns timaSthis. vny young mat i ofhisMajesty'aCouncilandltltcCityMcmbersoftheGeneral
lier. sn.creniphetely electrified tltaeIlouse. Aftenuvarda, Assembly', saedriasla the 1 taleo thso l'onorathle
u, t.. tyrant .. o im, mude.ed len susbaud, -.d as alstet m t theh
piren st her hand, question mi lihr on tlienercy ese hlad Evert Banch,, nearly' where the piusp ow states; aid ye-
atlotermto the supposed murderer of liar son, liercndeev- questad ofliim tonmahccapplicationm to this Board for thsat pum-
ann to cooceol hen dotestatioti, and ita am~pparansce, thnotm pose. Ordered by thit Beard titat leave ha given accordingly.
ser suppressed feelings, ieve. beautifully acted.. In tS O,-o/Ar
the next eel, bthe tjrsnt orders Eigislh/e to be execut- *-f Ohn delivested before btahee' LoydgLe, Jsunie i, 18S27."
ad, when Aletape~declaninelttim tobe lterson, his enetny Thsiseoratiolt, she productions of Benjam~int F. Higbes, a co-
xpirestsd dotibts as So the eruth ron this assertion, and loured man othis city, has been published. Its style ts tea,
thu distracted mother, forgettirge iher pnide and len in- hiinhome and not deliciemt in alergy. It is a successful at-
tos tiehrowse herself at hIs feet and says tempt il rather a discoupaging case, and the author deserves

Ayez pitid des pleurs don't mes ycux sont noyds, the more praise, for being willing to undertake it, and for pcr-
4ue vous faut-il de plus? Mdrope est E vos pieds: forming histask aov ell. Thiswe regard as one of the early
drope les embrasse ct crant vutre core. eltctsofthetrulybenvoletandjudicioussyte adopted
A cat elirt afreauxjugezs je sutni.re.
Ti manner irwhich this was spoken, and acted, ur- the iprovemet of the African population in this city
passed any thing we have ever seen or heard, and he nece such evidence of it salutary
three rounds ofapplause which followed, must have con- ue It is only by instructing the nd, the firs


aelit o the Netherluil li ordered to be CrIm CtcRd on lime spot rv.: ,'. 'n l I .. I .i*.u l.... ,0iN,,h t lu it,,
svietretheDuke ofWVellnglon, andlhoise who litootik otil, lihin nsonetih se assiird so llicit uiuthitittor W`'ist as tunc'esstry lo billItst, to the ilnien.
iS the glory ofltit day, atood, ainud wsere lie isuitd thi.-te coin- prUvclt disturliaiuce, b iito ib II.n' el er 6. c ;i : cdenanued oI' Sl,'op 'I. 4.. t, b 3, ii ,111tui t1. o ii \irV.10 ,1 witlh
iaunds wiclh decided tlat great evcIl. T'rlhe Ditk'(; I.tad iltuar- any ptrntu ;and the allhui vclt ine rleirid to by the Herald, ntil, t ., list
letrs, at thecoineiiniiictt oftie l ggtili c eiigiccti wc 's lW'eeln was setittlcd without atyul ex sem, ulude mlly mediation, by a i Sloop \1. ..... ".ilohi ftsi .t] Koli t.tir. inballsi,
two hills, on ilie road from Brussels to CltJuleroi, behind tite proper acknowledgement from the oiendin party., to the mater.
farm oft La Haye Sainte ; but the French getting possession of IfIt any curiosity is felt in relation to Key Viest, correct ii- Sloop Putt', Gi' it, 7 d slhoilii Stliili5k i0litit !iC to
that farm, the Duke then tioved Ils head qtartfer about two or formation may be 1 obtained by way oflHavat'nlu;d at Charlcs- the mIaster,

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lce stepcanbenmadetowardsthenimprovement ofanysetofmen. tht ltee11,,,.i,..i ,,.i ,i '.i ,, ,i... .. I ich' ton llie dirct **** isaleast tel 11ur0 ,oier
,r. I'- .. .. 1 1 T'' I i l
er Instruction is indispensably necessary to the existence o an ',aZ.a t s i ; aIf. i ,. t '
"n elevated state of society. If this class of our iabitants ealt trrs u d or lll oIII a onica ft h iy a
1 should not make great advances tin respectability, usefulness tile Bath loaid, near Kc.enilt, hut otfla g"riit.Si aad niire l tiat paptr, I I tC li ii i
Wwlia.i. an tr"iin.aIrei., -..a.tirtI.. ...ir,-ika,
ile and hapi less, with the means they now enjoy, itwili be their Icoi huwsadrire tld 1.''.. an
nyViii thunidrct eitd et (Lt, st .etitire fabr'ication:t 2I ha '.e.&.
0-y ow fanlt. They have incomparably better opportunities to dredt'eetcirciinference. It is two hundred iet high, ald one __ hd___ol.
lay give their children a good education, thatn the white inhabi- lthundred f et i diaicter t the top ; there is a double caii- Alis c nicatorige- V b adt il e1" r 1it h isi
tile ; ., I, ,, i Ind litganya'ogotheCvi '
o n tan ts o f p an 3y o f th e U n ite d S ta te s. ,y a r I j : i l r tt ..... .. 1 'd .. .l'. '..
I A '. 1 j s a t r p e r G a~d i then at liarsh ve been, and arre eon vevia, c lt '' t ew or i -
t" l e wol -. has just appeared, published by Mcssrs. G. and C. i et etoerisasaftorrivocv.ililasieiilirrieilti cersoftlic Guard.', L ,,,
Carrill,' entitled a. ,'iMtch of the Resources of the city of from tie bottom, tanil is still going1 on. It is i lie sixty fet higi- tei,;-3that had p cvi 1 '' 'i
New-Yolk with. view of its Municipal Government, Po, pu-er tIta itIe top of the e aster ..,.. o
e .. .s u t r e d a t i xt.t ty i t hIt is i tite tn d e i f o r a p e i t oi : 2 u ldeb c pr a c t f eddtl vITI
Slationec.c. It t irom the foundation of the city to the date of receive a lion (which I iiertad, i at ccs s of igi- this xb wilv' .' .... .. tri
L'i the late: statistical accounts, nu,) twenty-two feet long, aind twelve teet high, which ily t y it`.Ios 2'*. e''h...1 i e
he .J.aa.- ,. -u to ie petaopweitetnthe wit 's liSiit.Tenotil io i' o~
S It isS vided intofour chaptos, devoted respectively toutet pu ill) ittidd to er slti cvi ilinj\ si hto ee .. .-,: ..' ..*-
of rollovi ;subjects:-Commrnercial Ogin and Character Mu- ..... what see ald e, liadoubt remains that ,,,, .. .
s' nicipal Government and Policoa; Population and In ternal Re- it will st. For the first twe month OO 00 horse, ,,,. ..., .. .. I
,Is- anti ai -iioyrarts as could be 1,ept at, vott, wereoemp il LiitnOot
a sources External Resources; Future Growth estimated- it, aItd til.e number ..asaly beett reie( lteritstot
a Appendix. The whole formsahandsote octavo of about 100 ,,tis,:in-i,;- ..., 1 AI. i Atust nistl tot isnlt h tn i t ap t ot
ICpaes orl 1-'"1. k''t iu.. olf~antI1 ntoitfjt~le iafthor to lead the speta!itttl to ensit; .. ":. 1,, a
hie pages. pedestal orthehlioon rises. At prescul, as the works are going oi, o, Ave are
Cololiubtan Cutizers.-A letter from Marseilles, dated May at top it hais a pleasing nppearatlo, froi the great iitber i' of *0. m or 'e, l t ca
pi s. .. .. t.;,., D hOrSes, and cl arts, and people. ascending a at uecc !ig by tle It ic .*i *ttd I d Ivil w
l 31st, pi)lishted in Antwerp papers received at Boston, menl- witdiug road."-t[Dca. Pt'eSi.] si..e nt deanebit it tue ," t-** Itt sltd, he i
0, latestt .-ILtgreatinconvenienceisexperienced from the Colo[ t- te utmost facility t tl. d1 ti y ly
110 YOKJlyi Isl. .4'
t aStprivateers, which detain all French vessels loaded olon ...., Jilylti .. .. ....
t e ,o i t Alien Billt.-wve stated soeine '. t .-- r-t tite farimtrs ii. i '.. i h. .-
as zou4t of subjects of Spain, which attempt to enter Spanish hadl better remain contend. for -, .od reason to ... .. i. .i ''
rrls.A,"We speak no more," says the writer, "of Greek believe, that Mr. Robinson and ,. ii ... ad their Is- i... i iti
g aizs." sociates, wocld ir1 tiit.-... in geti the disturbance act steam, which went thirty h i t t i i i
|g a otait-" hdcommonly.o .11..wil... i. .. it passed into alawi. A`e havie wait belee we pjxni, otrsels hic itst e ..t .r
he SUMMARY now thcpl .. ..td etoh....r belief that it has th .. .'. ,C. i1th.-i rt o i Ot ti .slh
"vedlymet t. ri1.. i ,. ..i f iited i Lato ..t r... t.t t. fngl'., i d .
in ltow.tgeechie Chanal.-Thie Savasuaot Georgian gives the speak rashi, .tating this as a positive fact but were advised applic aion ofthe pricie.-iic'
l' fbllov'ng licts relating to this canal, furnished by the report from tt qutrter likely to knowa-"rthat it liafe failed ." What f ., "", i'"
d, o h'etieer, Mr. Il Oftli whole line ofthe anal,ein- ill bedone i);n i. ..t r. II 1 onvearc suretat a American vessels zapttlr yt ii c'.
x- bractng It les, its intended length, t8 miles and 43 chains similartnmesta I .di .. .. 1. .1 l. violation of btlockade, andiider '" ."pi''12ioiuir I a.-
.a of it i finished, on which 77,444 2 ias been epeed, lea- e. .. i ... i. .1 .a....... .. since the .ir.ago of tiw iii .i eEtii
lhe *'..,-Ir" yet tobe completed, theCost ofiwlidcih clear lr:"-i->..". ithe odium attracted to them throughout zilta.udBtienoseAyres. '-
nd t t.. . I lie part finished presented many diffi- il..i.,., .. i., ...,.1.. ii.. ,it. ... tuch agaitesttthiir Sclir. LaFayette, of Baltimiorc, i etaii'l sute day.tud' C
3Y cqltic, which, though successfully overcome, will not be met ti II .. ..:..l. ....... .. i teased-no damages allowed it., detention.
,corp~ction early in the ensig year. TArgu otitins si addittoital particulars oi' Stchr. It. a. Ce, of iatlnisee, do. do1. do.
wtiteremaining portion, eari every tbtngpromiSes its full The Albany Scitr.contatn- sam, ofditionalitartictlarsde. di. i(io.
completio earl in th ensuin the late melancholy disaster at T renton F alls: c1., IF ,[,,,, I~ OF r-i (10.d do.
s Tlhp statue of Sappho, wrought by a young self taught ar- "Miss Sudam, with party consisting ofler father mother Brig 'it"itci,of Boston, t11, on. video-
StisLt of 'NcHayve, Mr. Augur, is now exhibited at Mr. Jones' and other relatives, in the course of a contemplated tour to ,E -, st d
rom i ahngt n.streethe atepelanholydis.ter t TrntonFall
room, it Washington street, oppoeitetheold Southl Church, Niagara, visited the Trenton Falls. Whilst there, a-d enga- Brig Pioneer, of fiei, still dteinnctd-caitrcd miic .itl
Boston, ged in passing along the usual path, for the purpose of view- since. tis
Gltas.-At the Jersey Glass works tear New York, stained ing thle falls, Mliss Sudam, who had thle artl ofher brother, ..i of I itadelp ratr-l .... "r i
and marbled glass is manuflitctured. Colouritng and oramnen- leased it for a moment to enable him to assist the otter ladies, i 1. cr, -, .1 .
ting the common window glass, is beautifully done. when on again looking round, she was not to be seen, and the tained to the alI ...,i. -
w T h e M ob ile C o m m e r c ia l R e g is te r w ill a p p e a r o n ly o n c e a . a p p a li n t r ut h m ic r -
-Theu" .lfiin'tntmr ,Th. isi thicen from the precipice into the rapid stream below. All leaed-no daa sai
avejdrig te summer. onl tl'hruada.atpronyocaapaln trttbcm inneasyecettiesiehi Brgloe, t ..tt' utas
hisweek ding the sumer, o hursda that was discovered, however, was her hat and comb, loatiig Ship Pactol as, of Bae piuri aitd crew l,,e tt efi
ie suewmre for Inltmyerance.--Mcessrs. Reed & Howard, of i ofthe w hirlpools; and it wasot til the nxt y, l rei i, .,.,.. i.\
liBoston, adertise a ne cure or tittemperance. As yetltow- and that by the aid .f poles, that the body was rccov.reI, lrigia .. .. ... i.
Is, ever, the papers furnish no evidence of its efficacy. mtuclh ,,,;...1 -i,, I .f1..1. J The disconsolate party return- going trial. .
to Stelmboat on a ncs construction.-A steam boat has been ed to Ul: .. I. -. s were intrred o Sunday." Bri Lr idas o ., o
oe contracted by Mr. Costell, of Philadelphia, to run between IPORTANT TO COTTON PLNTR Ship p ari, of ,, .. -
ra that city and Reading. tltTt Oic. T T P,.A..,.,,,., I
The boilers are in the forepart of the boat; the wheel is an, Elract ofa letter from aniilelliit gentleman nom trvel- TP.;. .c ..... .. ,, .,,, ,., ,
and tle motionn ofthe pistons is horizontal. The buckets of ug o i-''rid by tt ,. -i-n.olg '. -awa'dld bt,' caurt oil, u'titaiiti- tIeitl.
on the wheel are perpendicular, and int the construction of nearly Ii Connecticut, and i Providence, and its neighbourhood, I ;;ark, of Ne w-Yoi. fro-ly tal uioli..to i' piuie
e very partoftin macliicry, aswe are inlbrmcd by tle iren- Imade enquiries respecting the manulacta e of cotton hag- auha 0-c f Rio, tM01and abtlidotned ti. ile'cm iait-i ,ui'< l J,,' 0
tor,a new application has been made, of well established npri- ginmg out of cotton. I had inany conversations with owners, Ipautsit Dollare-not pai.
ilrs agents and uisu)erilntcnlanits ot stiall and large works. My in- Big Constitution, or 'l'tdeltu' t.i cci .tret i *elnt i out
[ii' boat passes through the water, and leaves very ripple qurics wvere, what would bethe actual cost ofbailing 43 L'ch- 'etui'ed, ;t.id flnll iA T. ..I- ul;iin'fletito.
behind it. It i n fact causes little, ifl ny more agitation olthie s wide, wcigting 1 1-l b. per yard, and et shat price they' Sclir. -,ofNe ,..i..i'ticido
r- waters, thati tiproducetd liy sheth ltioof a hues drawa by 'woul.ttltcit, thiestock or material begfbun? hst showed Br'ig*i Ontario, of Philadelphia, wias dtetaiuedtinelic hO 1a!' of
ir- wanters, than io prodtuced by the motiontOra bo tat dr, ~awnbyMI-"
tr h-r.-s: sotat w hat hats lotng been rard.ed asi desideratum tthetse.hecoarsest saitlo I liad manufactured out ofcottoieby ti-ht now released.
to in cnilnavigation, may be considercdas in a fair way of be- Mr.Allcn,otNasliyille, Tecnicssee." 1 i. I. Av1 captured Oi lie; li-'! eas,"
Ve ing supplied, if not supplied already. The iloig is the result: One of my informants esti- I.I' l ... rgis 'Iidotci OuiSvioiC' *u cai-
e I .g up, i it t. irt. n i mated teiactual cost lor labour at 5ledts; lii.'Ti. '1 ...
. TIheboatlis neatly fitted up for the accommodation of tra- i1 cents; at20 cents lie wouldtutu oot ety t.'.. He ,-T. oe Tto
o velhrs, and 'ill, itis thought, make the passage front Phladcl- posed that one woman cold ve yars per day o a "Let ary sloop r s el lu t."Ot aturday la, ;
Sphia to Reading, in about flburteen hours, making evcrryallow- e.r loom AAnother said it could be made for 13 or 18 e.ts otpanvit ith severilth'er cititsA ve i ruts anbardlof'iS(-i. -P
d ance lbr detention in pasting throughI the locks, andthat one wconan can weave' 0 or 100 yards. Anoiht, and tok a short oag- otle IiTison, it itlet'se it,
10 Tbo thc Fhitlt/.-The Medical Faculty of Marylatd, offer a cost cents, sokl at 17 cents. Another could deliver tle c'.ods of ,I.,ti. t.e.- ..',.. opra;i.,
s reward of 100 dollars for the best dissertation on the means of at 5 cehts, andl could make 50 yards ot each power loom,. At- Pumu. UI tl ioitiiuoC01 inesleep, n-arestilth .iiint t ceIas
in preventing the disease incidenttal to the low lands and m iarshy other says 8 centsand 50 yards per day'. _'. I. :.111 .*r tef i to the et t 1.i..m. f ( i ...' I 'ibis apart,
Sgrounls inthe estate of'Maryland. Dissertations to Ile tiras- week r4or S or 5 cents. Another For i .. ... : .1. i.t "'' i a
iiii 'ed, post paid, to any ofli t ccommiti-, on or belbre tile Ist article to them, and it s'as with dilci 1. i ...,. i i. ., i,. .. .,. ,,,,,., .
'h -ofilay, 182. Each caindlidate ill i prefix tolis e'smtii otto, some oft them to express all opinion as to its cost iad whlt '' '' t' t .- s I. I
Swhielh inust likwise be w'Ar1iten oil the outside of a sealed i ,.l i many of them- are i 1 ie goods wich ts i. ..i. urisiltiro
s i". i ... .. ; .. ..i. .h ...... ,. ..,... Allessays ...,.. ...i i I i iii clian c their machine ery hbr small nt, wit theoulr arm ofr, i i .. te inersarmo
'. Il,- ,. i'l ..., ,11 '...,, ,,,,,. 1 it 1 ircd. considerations. Indeed s mem of'. their we e : losswhat wi lt fastened to i .. ., i.. t c ie
', i 'dii, Mm"llant fbli dssle is to o nbbeu l rlsto heldlttcCarroll's Poi a gett, changes hold be rleuite. HoweIr, isawt w't a nd eerlutautl i t' ie guioae, ;ind
i (iii it ,I:' .i, rtlie n ap.oli.,r a, wti tl. cli.ils. of th8 ea d "'" oh A,,. ,.1 ,,. h l ,. F ,n ,, u i, e *d 'h,, .. ....
,, 1 .l I l. 1. 'i. 'Tes yada a N d :-lay. the'.3t 'rd and or no.alpteration ',- iI,.- i. ,. ,I.. Ii er igt l c t ''. 'i hi t
y '' he 1 .1 ........ .. ........ .to L4 tsum ao i ide 3o
a list at'lrenitunsoffl'ered for( i ,, I. ..... I l.......'' i... .. 1' make 3 to Iti per.ccimt.- both c wies ecuci I i.. i i1.. boutrIvITlft
, ttsed articles, &c. Shcetig costsI`sto centsopryardf ,,bra-d itiailf'leePlates'erePla'ituttistI'itspiral
Ratisinir Iater.-A machine tis said to have been invented haled out uid t gito feel ate as iie tt itu'
by Messrs. A. and G. Brtadley, of Newtown, Conn. by w hicr' l-t u .' A-o. ttion th tlohsand cte occited i iic ic sids of thisiat wieltiit. pe-I
\ 'cr lunlay be raised with fiaeility and cconony to a higher Ie- byth. ... i. i 't'"i `1. 1" c .... it it eaan to turni a sd a the s titt ic Oifte -ti iopi ncca-d tI on o-
'e vcl l tmits souree. Using filling waler ifr tthe power. Thile iault c emnitit ed .,T I.o i '.i r I I .. lion oft tile l i tCre eil .. i it he i at
e princiile is not described. They have itdr a i111uplie tachin ttuc, on lastrtm t, ty .. ...... m ut 1 te Imate of tlee to oii Ito, ts ti, lte)iinp !v.a,,'No-ki] very brinkv.
, a t yc publicly state, the cost of w liicl was not more tlian brother,, hseph: ... ., o 1, tu 'i as the erysf lie ia' ciuig
e -ll...icllc raises 1.1-10 galhulons a ltlt, fioill a broo ,k IS c !cst as near aav ,, te can l I arc as i bl- -0 pounds c'Cd olIli t;' i Iut i of er witluout,
ite-: '' irr;it lr hr.:-t t i d n w'l. ( vi i tlo\vs : C larlesStc rne leis a single ms i -hmiut't ur e ears tast...mio i i ... i 'i, it o ii of tie pumip. All ot board
c- A, wl el plar ill(- ) ":I), !h1nk l l ,t r t y"a -t ta t" *" I T ", fct se o e" 0 ,. I
tf ltit All clts a. u, at It motonly three feet isnos s ".iry i '. ..' i'i.; c1nsulm bI i. i t : i I'C,- ucn '.;'u i''a ri a 3d ., a .
S toraisec water 10 t 'ct brother requested his(Charlos's) assi:!ilct. m ...... c It'liteu tt ilu si.[; of slo i, i.Iylus L' o.ei't ill iiuc;.t of
st ,7f", *,1.1, 1 17 Branch, Captain Miliner. is to run be- be Joseph tlt" pItthithans distuds upo tilohe ottr's souldrs turned cst'hrnd;'; I. .I eli *liuu ,;. Esp;cmciai d;i.a
is it,, .- I ,yl itvidcnce tw'icetaweck. Fa re5 c::i'l,'l ,.'.r.1 t oi. i, goiuto tlemeield too '15 '' I g i' s t t ; i 01eice tse, ,in la-'
S ". ....t ....I-.tispocket a lirgoiaac ca -hvctwm iri- 1-chi tea.......... .,.v.ises -tabiored. i
I- I7irpuubishig' qf lfu Latis n/uJ.i'io Honu/cihas been t .a- i. i ... i tea i achedtoIisefti se.is.. ot,. ii,, th
h. ken from tthe Patriot, and given to the New H'aven Journal. it. i.;,oi. ,,, ,.agetthetut.umi'bleillspt I and
77ic 101t..1oh Halles, euaitt itasbeenIsel iuvd r nit1, as 01031be cunsetli, t.
as 'T e Ion .lo/,nt l a seat in lilie House of fepresi'tatives of the U ...- ...' .....'.. ......... ............. .... p, i. resie it I* a ti awla" 1t 'i'' ?, ito
i the place ofthe HI-Ion. Mr. Burleigh, latte deceased. .,..l,.. I. I h, .,. ......1. c lie thi isI mut Ite; t hcsae in aslo I
tterestiinr to b/te slitssi ism-An animal called tle sloth is ex- Coucty coiutt iill December next-noc being able to procure whie aiys, wh-itemee s"W'donttwelt netl'seialimureNv it rk g aims.
a hibited at Poiston. 'Oias been brought from Marathaun in tIme requisite bonds lbr his appearance at tlrut term. daswhec A doub nti e "fll bear frc- i again
o Brazil, and is said to be the first ever seen alive in this coun- l. Repulican.u l' While tie Steam-boat isaurco lonzarit cwa'ts her pas-
Stry! There are animalsherato which part f the description nnt Nw-Londo to- Nct-York, about 2 o'clock ou the
Thee ac mnisuls iee t shiilt ar citle dscipton The .Biiganbtmit Graziufotrd-'-.Anonta those sw'ho fl(icitimsicit m uornimntg.fl. ii eIt I..vrycIu1t .
.t gnenof itwouldapply. Its most remarkable characteristic is tothe rapacity oth, i ates, o cotitteteisttro- mnlight 1,..1 ry 1 ..t. I .
n itsreluctatce tomove, though it is calable of eaerting great .1 d 'iu Watt'lim so a stro i ...d .
,.- '.jLOn r Th.e.sc.hooner as qrStu s U ft,,C,.,,,,AI......
r strength, tr it great length oh time without interriissIrrtc ptig. 11,. L I trc, tah te'atuso.ed tas la
~~~y k p] .1 .. 1 ,." '. { ... 1 LI'H',.11. ',1 1
- T/i .easC 0is uncommonly f ituitlul and propitiout lle g Irmt' ...I. -I' i. .. .I I. .,*t:, i. lengthtOttlm board bo. Cat. Chids romid the boat
i neighbourhood of Salem, Mass. Haying time," says aftlt's- arrived i ,.i i .". ." *ItI .1, i. to, ii i .' II he as ',tr
in.thisn i.- - li-tr"wa- .I.hon- -be-m
paper, "s early over, with farmers 'in this neighourlbd ;d -i..-- 1 iiI.....1 t- ..... rerd, was a youtgmaiti thcr .,. I .i' s.i",ich' kept imediatA
m and the abundance which has crowned their labours, istch u-..... I i .. -' .1 ,' '1 ihmi y birth; and at for tie boat, am! soon struck 1. Zn t i Irboat'dbow. 1i
as demands our liveliest gratitude to the Author ofalil b'lbss- lh.i, i ., had expected ie ouit, .-. .,. .. i.. u-, t.ensntofCiltai Child
wings. So great crops of hay ha bve nIt b en known lbrnnny I i. . ; i, ii thi\-retdil. i. .. i,. -r ,,- -. .I
years. Some ofthe farmers have cut.fiomn two to there e tons ........... i ..., i botarj .. II cohpany withIle clitionuer i I ,i i
peracre. VWe have hcun visited with copious showers and fancied li he had not dounc so, and had CCTapcl ith'- flry of tie or iol damage had been rc I
s, sunshine, and the early andm latter rain have conme iUl their sea- pirates. lBut thicsc illusive iopes 'e.em ol'but short duration tion to proceed.
- so. Fruit is not expected to be very plenty; buttheluxutri- aund the i moment, i.... .- ... ,. ,. ..1. .1. I i he undersircid pass'ncers oi board the bstatit he timi
, t fic'ds otf corn loo beautiltul, and promise a rich harvest." escaped, tihe dreatit 1, i 1.11. 11, u .- andostoftiitiottdeckwhsnthea 'ideithappeni
Art iv'ed atTlIhisport htst evening thltI.... t...I AV. t I- vidual, who lhad been s'ud to nbe at Itrihmau, proved to be itdie to Capt. Childs to give publicist to this stepnet, lesst
s signed to 13. IV. Whiting, ofthis cipy, I. A ..... I.o,. I... ,I- none other thart-chc )tailess Holloway. a ie/mhocld be censured by those ueai'quaihucd ciltthei'-
Sed for a port in Fratnc', direct. At occurrence so uncommon is This young gentleman, had lor several years past resided -cunstanuces. 11l
i tle arrival of an Eropea n Itrader; aid i ,... i. ,;ii of future at Matanzas, wNhere hlie proscetesd his prolession vith signal nry oldrig, Joseph Wheeler
Si shipnentra being made direct hence to ] .. .i ,'st i- success, and was os his passage houe, to spend afe'w rimoths Thisn, d.rrki ot's
Sdies, would suggest the propriety of our city being made a port of with his time-honored parents to receive the smiles of ier lie James S'Clenan I Iai
-! entry, and it hope that the time is not far distant whea some muea- lot d, when he vas cut off and sent to ai untimely, and aw Ci-ar P'mer olbert 1,ivler
Ssores will be taken to removia thle obstLructions in tIei navigation wtery grave Henry illms '. Bal
, four river.-[AlbanyDally Ahdvertiscer.] Mr. Iolloway was a young, active, and entcrinisitg, ud --- -1
SI The Nantucket Journal contains an extract of a letter front admired by all vwho ad the pleasure of his acquaiitaice; and MARINE LT
f Ca allolis, Ohio, describing a singular accident in a salt well. A in descening to the grave, carried vila hit the respect, the I .
Person iad been lowered to thie bottom oftlic well, a depth of 53 fir'iendship, and regrets of a numerous circle ofsociety-o. HIGHt WA .
0 tet, for the purpose of making some repair, when finding it daik, Courier.
Si he called for th light. A candle was procitured, and was lowered The Etii-.abing -eek Inuiant.-'Te Delegation of Cree CLEARED,
ft thedethofahtout 20 feet helte air of the eltookfire. Idis asse t therkans about o months Ship Harrie, Glover, Smyrsta, ndews bi Enterpre
Til proat the botom .a.Immedately irlallSill),ais ]fuids OTnp ther lar
Iand f e uch scorchedv n W slinlrdai n w ilskestco su ed t isnnder the dirtcti oh' ol. Breldrc yf orr the purpose ofatD ns, Teneriff, Van Norcik& Miller- iu .G CroweAl
u- bt hl is likely to sur aTiv t ..i. tirait r, ,oir.r In ploring tile country west of this Tcrritory, ireparatory to e St. JhusIlay & Wood, strs Richsond Paket, Cobb. Neu-
ilikey to srviv the ac iden.-(ilostot Corir-.L conineiocemcnilt ot the eligration of the nation from tie vites, 0 Maurats; Chera, Olmsteai, Siamiah sloop Eliza
A riot near Kingston is rirted hero to have taken place, in state of Georgia, returned to this place, on Thursday mtorninig Atn. Po tter, Prov.donce.
w aliicle tl authorities \were obliged to c all out ti military, and last. ARRIVED
that belbru the unhappy afhit' wilas quelled seera of rthe rioters We learntf''omtC C. B. that lilarty proceeded to Fort Brig Othello, Willhabns, ofluoitlan I 48 days fm otwubnrg
swere Shot. We give this as a current report, tin dlemve otur (hibsoi, aier they procured h.orses... u r I, -, 0,..,. vitli irontanI steel, to Boornman &Johnston Sailed in co'y
.. ........ hereuZypocuroooles,, r.,, ^ I ,-,, mI,^ ^ S
retdersiojsuge iviter It is ts refi hufator hits origiated froi to explhre tile counttry west of'our I.....t .1,-,I j.... shipGc~rgOf& Ihr Providence:bnig Rising States, Boston.
t ile gossippimg adut eletionecrinnt unatmuvres.--(Mont. az.] route lay ot the nort'i side of the Arkansas during tie first ll no Ames-lan itcseels. July Stli hat 42, long'-I .
S Zeralh Colburn, their matlheimatical genius, whose wonderful lbur days oftheir journey, when they crossed it and pursued Br.brig Lord Gaiubier, 25 days fi'.., i.. i ,,-,..li
a powcrofconptitliingniLiibcrs astonislied tlhelitcratiofEirope, a'south west direction across the several librks of' tIe Canadi. 10brig altoisi)t daysfron i .. I.. i
i s nowa minister ofthe gospel in the Methodist coinexion, ill I, .I. .....i I.t.. I. 'I i ii ibrnstheCoct B hrug Frances Miller, Ada',trAois, ..i .T.,.'
Norsichs. i..,. .1. ii..,... ,u ... .i,. T o to the mouth, vWii plaster, to Hay & ood. I .'I
WiJlliar C.Jarvis, Esq. formerly of Boston, lihas been nomii- Gnud risr, tud thetc tointo their' starting place. WAe atric, and it intt Steerage. L rk-
lutrtd asa candidate lor Governor ofilront. are pleasedI to learn, iromn Col. B. that thle country cyhuich the' r Wilbam &u Henry, Babbedg', i ti fi V'lmiton, N.
fThie antet exGrro rd crun l eI filhu exceeded tthtieir ivost sgitme icXPLtations, aii C. c'withs naval stores, cotton aind rlc. to u1 fchuintit-I.', 1c i.ts
IueNftocket Jourpn aktl rcontaitusmitlextrt oa letter Itudn slms itI oiiCu i.. I
Gallipolis Oio, I hit the I liol"0r11 hody1" it'"io wfi acorapanidhimuil, P",.-:14 :.1 ridl* ;,;** n y
dessr cribiig g msitiguhar u t' i t i tht; sh itoisa by .... i 1 I. .. ll-
pdrs haillccslesseedoth btoaue ofvthoe cs padetthIii have so.ii i i .,'id "s.. | i i .. I. .. y.,c ': l'
hles or tile purpnlose of' imatking solinit repauir,'siho iet dinhuiii" And huvC irg-c,I ..I I imuist;ii i ihics t 'I. t lihauiss, ehltoolli
.).I. tI J-,.--Isome 3tro Ulr Upwadsn i the cours '
it dark, lieocalledi far a lights. A candlt~Iv asn' CIiriurd, al( -', Ill a.~ .u~iel t~it c ;utanvmda iltin xpcttise "le..u- i.i.1. .Iira .111, oh'
weesIlowered tlathe depth of'tbont 1-20 letee, wss'tlueute noi'-the .1 I. ... 1~ ,.... iut..' I i-.--`,I t i I- ile iin iIsit
welltaook,,ire.oTh.pe..rsonatstetbotivsiitis y ... I.*...........i...0h
drawn le-his hands andtt ce m t rched, bel d his hair a Jdd liit.i.....nt site u It'ult'T1i haIItIt' i lTi i' e '.. '. i. '-i,,' 1 1 l. i
whtskercohtsumed, but hes i likely to sunrise tlc accident. oftheTirriotu t"- L"t '. I '' Ill. I '.'-us .1. 5
Thie Cour't of Oyar tumd 'lenminor cotivened yesterday at so"u"s!,uulhhe ties alncathy til,.I ,,..... i.., n. ,.. ion~ .,", ''"~s' Is is1' '","; 1'; .1 '";' 1. I'" t ***"
Abary,forth trialof Mrs. Wh"ipsh atd Strsng. Mesa's. oft hTittbrc bilinigs lor ,i..... ..t i ..i., .,ni- i u ,1 lit, I It .
WilliamssttlOahehy are otcounwl fun the lamttcr, a'd Van- ratu' s who uay ivi.
vechten for the ermsr. Th.o tuhilie excitetitmti has, in .tgress Col. 'rearley sjipaks he hhlt' conpltchntary terms of'li lle at f
liseasreabuted; butt stiit stougt sdfiut v polite and hionpitable reception wyhimch mc uset cvitha from Ccl. ^ &.^^ ^ 5S'ornittglo wtltlu.er t
inthe selection ofta utry. Ipriort oh'sv-cryn haUntyatory c'- Arbucklo, int all te oiler olhcee, of Fort Gibsu, cho ala Sehir Dlh ii Ore in t
actor a nrcincrslmuion;uucd S ^t vtl uhui lceusd forded hinm acvey liucihity and tieant5si'ithtit their reach, to humihe btidto Necituk. ro*5ls^"^h <
ly. In addisioti to Sthe calumness wvithu whichs ho acted ott the prostiolo she objc-ts 01' hIs louug attu laiboriouus journey; andt Schu Iitlc .Joim, DavisfronsHairtford, NC .r,' 1 i
corouer' juyhs an undotubed hiuc,'11. that Stratig voluntarily cshuitehsc tll ttis to luis osyi iti*chividutu ctse tulid couslort, liv tBar, wsitlm sittves antI sclus so Tessell i&- I .-. i.*'
mi helm~o o' ul d ~th ^t hsue aheve heS ^ nuure ssa it I g'esu1eaeumre so state, that Col. 13. imas stood thme ftn, ti- it" Ir ht,,i H"-'''u -''' Ti i..?. I t,'alr hmrc lis Edpioum
luepetrtd he unchciieSehistssssaelvnp l tigues oh' his loitg aund aurduonus loiliel' reuamarkably wcell, andl t" "'r ,' ii *. li ,I-I'1"1 u -a''"'I'tu' Aesci ltm s eto.
gratif1'ing thiis eratige c...o....., 'ho It oh c lu appeared to oe tin excellent lietulli wlhen te heft ler, sith i I ., I t ,, I tit.an I 'ii
euts, "ave a fine -ield to exert their toi itshndiscoveritg it tie hsip'rty on F'idy tiorntmg ou hus rettrt so the freck ti- hu ,. i ,, ,,,.,. ,. it I, ,
slhutered uaneofglass, arcsemnbancctotelnnofileoftheomut "gk-- a" cb. 1.1. I i '' ., t. ,
smrcr- a nrofilu is said to be distinctly marked, but it must i5 .i' W'ltST. t o0th 1 S er 1, lhr Hl's Co..
require ann accommodating ihnagiuatioum to establish any like- b C'. G, son Tor N ftrk iN...aiu .I
uess. 'o bhe Edisor of Iltc Charlest lli r scithtis, noii, tim Wasmento W 1 -li a
tATIFAX SIR-- havel at,ly ....l .. .s.t... ,e .. L
tIAIFX,.Ttr Esthtiuraht ot ht, I. tI ,ii ii I...Stu h]nuot-Eastlttl,,ti Wu'tuugot, '-. ud'tIsfts, t
SlinccourlaBet, ammotharmahlpl hi. "..r ft .''' s muinisarilc, andmuil '"*"lHrl,'i,11.,,,ii,, ., n ,- in schil~l u s Mtaalyor'nWnmgoi C n ,s a.m o thian
although apparently it lui'tnt. ...... ,... those hi,, hcet detectihtt ttt hicp rt; Ihat lie .. 1 .1 liad tictt'i Bar I i-
huireuleulo ultet, lmimes sundfure ututicli ]lirtivaios, mmd iii uim tely prsomus etitenuterd ill mu, tid itul mt t II li omissioniitels Shcir.Jl, Itt ., -.. .. ,.. 5 'is fro hdeuttoiu, N. C. withs
Iw'i e alnrt to r u lis e oms un ity. t U pwardys of spcsnlvtuf rus11 ........ *. .. ....i. id, ti'.tttlusion, charges musu suro t 1 I 1 lioni.
thucs poorlpeophl arcu ot l yitt sil it i lie hl OIaw yite' o so, titid ci t ito ,i ..... l"" .1 xictu o.i.ccr ho. .an itt....i i cl 'i''o, Ilot i, 8 u a hun I' 'loi, NC. c idi cosuu l amnd
crowded is that asylum terit will hi' fouinl mcessary to n'ouure aunt I,,.. i i n s-dtutu lu's beiu sts'es this tiste
auoduer place frithetreucnpionfopatients; we bielievo t utildti- gi'en to lii article in respii''ai Ii cia;licc iitt idutc lii .Sloop sickpi, Wad, off ....' !
ungs ou Melvill Islantiulscill lie appropri aed ioi ti t use. It he to uimit riiirn,'i il gire creu it t 11. i l i a..... in it, I sihu ,'' I.. i.
lie hotetd lt;il at lt next meeting of te aussembly, a law will be d i.t tUy I.. ..i l I'. ', i. i 1. 11 "shipf t. -, t 'ut i, ,
pa ted, wsilisBla i chithismaha l I)s n ,_ ,.j o, 'limeItt v il ,,...'t..- .. ot tili i t, I h I -
thlihl passengers do not becoi e r' hult .I.th -.. i', ,.. .. I,..i si tiut thr purpose o'atresting l the l, s ot I I I rig-u f cehanie, le I I ii i ,] rior, Lu'sc u
a reasonable time. lyipi's means two oijecs will bt attaiied- uo n sit h ftr penalty uis n slaking at s'i'to Havanawtii- Iortltni, loaditg ; I l ii ,' ofl,' ittat e'r hiuit
a better descliptiolo eimigants will i'srre here, and t0lntro- outaclhearalec ; but s o iateut tod t lic Umi'i Sttius Ihutislot ; barqut i .I I ,us l,.uti~n IIl in
tucilon ofsmuch misery an( ddlstress stilllic ir'veitcl w ts ecer prcttndied to be cu, .' i. '... had, Kuinc t 'i fi i i ,- ut t urihiud I usc
t t ic ishlves,,reportldlthevov m .i.. .It *..... t ic r; humig ll ..i u 'mu chic' iu titc iu sa i a ul d
MON[N'l tt"A'T'ett LOC. sln'lttrcn Iutt. 'T sli o process, agatft tictirsof thie liulig incosclu 1 ..,. 1 .., f : ;
stii's svasM~ til WAup'OO tucus trogh ,uc|,^,,ie | y site MIrhaieel, Ilie bmrig hDctmtiur loin i i,,l... i. 0'a hats
l~ic-.ed-oin r titu. et'-l..r tua I utti vite utuuslber has necer cxteeeduh t. i,' '.. l,,.Ihinit5Ii xtlst~ i' icle
"While ttgngcd oiug overt he pluOilf Watetolout, ty tldnt '" 1 1 t 1 lisre C .. i .1 I Ismuth bett laitIi. avll..! t
lion wsatsoatela attamcled by aost Hstuendsus work geig o ctctlaugct inreat of osconimitssite 1. i. i..- l'ittI( .. 'I ','. a b1 .1 iiieswu t un
ion, hrseus, ad cartid e rrel, .it u ti rs he 1. ihtoiel, hits no o r1 o l
1trom Ilainterestsfclt in thusuleah of l ie batI,, at1lime-guhili.u ot-umounted to rlOlil ttr m uht, on s rhcd goods. m .. u 11,, I ..'.' ,,,:,, '.. I .1 urtip u'm 'out in pur-
desetiption, it wsiit soiucllcncltfh uts'I tin before t ctouldiut nru ia 1 r' ....-.t I... I. ", l''. a ut-'. I ,I,, -.; i.. il' I I... l ( 11,1 I.'...,i5,iu muani s.wiar lit Maltitt>-
lilt'Hltildiug s iilendrl ioratltugll] Ilut' op otli i ,tlt si .. c. ....| i i' '" 1 i i .. ill .i.. I' i.. i sicettse middltei u June. 'iutar and Ci lci' tiad tukem a:
tud upon inquiry, 1 roued it to ben ntonunentu h ltCt til govem i- e'"" "e' 1 I t' . I l ii.. ..i els. ter a.


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4 ^'qJ^Sa0^''1" getherbigB--sch as preat
() c",tri their *-0Ur'3 ar and genty lid
habo leads Upon his s*ieling breast,
Their ol) M e' the approach furade ;-
Thoe tooteer Sos ithe
o rap glide on wit noiele.rad,
edroalJhog t ar ince
Uhere hohlai tro!urd,
3 lips dhoto
i with a, adulation weet.
Y ^'l metlo ere, upon
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S e a done the work of career
u""p, Q-11.ones 1 'dos Your Father's house
Beneath bise coincratddomeyu'are;
More gorgpa robes yec and iappr rar,
And wath thle gaudiefrm hagylr o,
And deem, perchance, taken aj you
The coal Of man c a" I.,
I WOBB Vgn't In the hear", d E, tv a rd anova.
And y Oi&t labourersnhihumblpr,
STo deeds ofainlke, chanty inclined,
Wo tron your callimiion dar
ComMfeloh to gude thtwea, unio-ind,-
Yet ask ino payment, e l rine
O'rrnteful ITonelarooitpan
l Meekly y-forfelt iYour i kind
TeTlreat ofearthly Babbah.- yon an
A A Sabbrh 1Withioua end, d yi'.la plan.-

^ ,S-I^&A-MQ~M^GIULT 28.
&. nw bridtxbuilding, hre'one hig. in Rob-oni
Sbec'ecrGreenrwich and Waahit reel. ning to .
"A'ie, 'abin uitaaLr. rail dn yesterday erooh be-
tweeWiand'socAdih, e kliil st orkm wr lat e
Wroeof a.deied'inoh e other patr. Aapti. o r.
SBaris, aJid15'ri orge d Joep N hbur.
WJo was Toridig in the bil.acruhdIeah. r.
.,... Barnes, tle o'aor, wa- injud dli nea ad an
' annrm broke ; and hian skull in Mr. n encr
wasbadly hun; Mr. Slea aer.do, W.Walk,
maonri-wa s injured.
The above building was trecc he.-o pa.
we understand, nas;merf frc d to pp pn
for a dwellnmg. h -a bten il ham ud
noon ane ide, and a new mithohr. On the
ut. '.y jbur inches iWck on th oppose id.ro h rou.
.4tuon, and 12 inchesfront'd rer. Thm mc all
'k 1 entitledto uch a name, s ey o w d h
w-jolefabneek tumbled intos r i m et ll one
peran, and wound firohe.
T.e above .disaster attracted n'in, sblg o
oftizsi, and among them there wa bm one ruling expreed
*hicjiv,"as that of iidirrn'iuon wi ~ reno uhI
Scalding said td l multitude. i uh p
yeas for Mtii '1n glp- such hous rgd e
forced andt 'l, isct memture sould be .
koen o' v gjich law'ny e ord
o ,,oEnwe inagq i r nshr. n b lho wh
are occupy thrm. as w'l as ihe fire r our ,
;,Ayd ofwihom i aere already fa L t bddng
-s Ltheone abosedetoid.
li.re is a repetiuno of thmoineui.ilind i
ir eaeleane.ass at the erectio h buld, n e huld
.eo0aidenonsrjeves a n egiecting 2cera -
ifn aeshold Irfcar tqspeakIIoni rr r..a
ject whvivchanexciteda, webtrrn
',inigaultin. o-If such a dane'3 ,c.
S noaea i to be permitted, inall k ,ese b Alo
.*oir sewhenever an o ai.ricous3 m cooi bd ab
aipal t erpense, and to fall. rr h perrucr
Sl'oves too heavy for thet"suprt d no n o
taken olu by the anthorito of it, o gnd j, r
.Oat legislature. what security
O"f whichfre taa; and wha iru ill thore be ca
thoripropnetora and buildLsa wio ritually rerl
ofthe lives ofhe-reo7We?
Since the above hae Ic ha a vecodt
person dead.

A Girim La ay. dited Ju d, rei by th
"Bln9B CGaze, states Thar official riio ad rri-
STed'oflhe-pupieia- f-ti' coner reoluion aGa)
qL Genera] B tewila numbrfiofieri ind
s; .oldi's. wer ea l ni n he way a. Bota. .
prisoners. AnopLona i en t er nill pbab r
ceine a pardon Iro..U, ariielenE and ,icfi
ample he baa lately exhlibiled tubr in \ -
zuea. /
; A letter fromI Caracas of3 rent io. aribl uh o
the general dislike orBolvir va ofth counir. o
his blidJly 'following the fnincil I of Rcni, h
0i rprenteld a pmobadilj iera orhe commercial i
Isrlalaot',,tIe couItry,-t'ga a soCYl y cea-55ai nar -sa

Inialsing to Eigrants io V hv re
eAived the fbillowisg letter, aa ken pai o obtain the in
atio it rcWut. An th iect i important o any
sirigeir, Wo pubih t.
[To the Editors orther.DiiyAdertir]
., '__ K.as 1 NE' Y27
GenetiemB-'Yout.ar'aware'thagroa many migrant
nearenrVd 9. Eiabe lately in th ity. A numr or
$t have.purto-e in as the rliowing
Stst. HsvJng'm e ,in h nry, er I bcom
,a ciuaZn1' .-answer;'. been. l; oe y our
.teem yra, and'eme By only 'h.lee je
ig .r- nthe United, Se rourtei .
.. e'years, or .thre.ya', and noeclare my inenon. an
1 become a cti=zea dl the numbe areieaep d-
clire my mtcntion.-M anweri, I a norn.
l3rd. Ia yo0uhg mijLcomes here when he yar ol
does he become a citizen when he 1, ihOU dclarig l
imLennons at all I can' tell.
W: iul you have the goodnei?. gent n.i lrhequ.
tis up. at youri leisure: d obe aucber
Yourservant, A SCOTCH
The fbllonmg replies i toe aboe queu w i b-
w, taied from satiaactory uhoriy.
Stojit ealio. e years residence i
"ed.mt ~w to first "histiom F
'Koa se tim--8There niut be a T e rdnce
t.i *. air1eiton of I antento ciA. although a
h ril mayhl ve'previonsly resided y ube oyars.
.' To'ofitrdIqueton._-A perso a i ths c t
not over the age ofeightean, cirbecco a citi ia iv% ycora
*, 'learrivng arthe age or o y at the ae
twef fyhee',yea) without hiiaa preioudecr

non..1folwvl.rks ware made m'a French Chagmber
ofDcp.ai-on-the 6th. orMay, opy hem m G -
anau'e'Tslew I
.V.LB 'ON cohaidered Liter Fran d no OCC n E-
,'rpehat n.whjch she toughtr he did not Ihw
i, 'atw"ht-mith'"acalbwhiohnih be ipecled HEr rela-
.. ttI waith hti.: although'h f e o cain. A
A eS"1 1 m Me xico, mord should e been don, the Mi-
; ou ht to b adilioed ino French or.
P.aubdepolcuaia question hort. as had beeni l
.! Mmihero'n.l nfle Erui.and
agtaeitihepensotofNkxio A
j jectof-th'e'i had not been ac
m- iillniieaid been mnde for the
'-l .n .. i. a tatinges to give Insp
"/Thnitutionrhad he given his pe
*... Auatreone for herself, but col
-: utaaed b, royalty to her nei
'-*jP'd certain namelst, that SP a
j, .Prtvgal Spain. if trance brnitSwl hrlii~ea
Bra"il., ,a wod hnebrfet a
g mrB~pn of rEgntndi-ortOtpl. dp
Ollceu.'yiny' ; country,
lcaranee ore, aneeWitaw q Loha
KJ.mS^^ ,,tjs. Fr vance ui cq i a
tB ..dd -.withoul her. --The ed
shi rna wch waane enema't all
^thB~tae fwak(S thijalt asty ti which cle pnkx
,?:k.ytdpc.wnradoon. tWTr ape
Iesanoer.*poald have & tig 1t
k;,w"h btrinh g hurried hiinto a i
lldrbeitr..let theadmora t
.ot g _reild .I hsa end of this
'r- nU1^1la (t S^"0, ^'"ol?'1" ABprhr.Uonndr..
t k_ Lut Lp a~eruglonly one 5 o
e.h.uonnectrines left, and thia
.9 reantlauughteri Hetlae F
,. t^S shbud beBoma-the poaao rlbrldcni
"a og her neighbor1 .but he ob
..-oyualn beome beY. Englandh
"'.wouldby his 'ieta.a become
;io e. e.he ttoIe loee u
.._- nittiada of France was lhr
"' u na.ehoj. i.ed n Adirsin aii

01 Cl yat te*pded a pnb c
1 ('n"nbotheo rth i'ast.. given
*" ;S d '~ ittecon mniy. lie w as escor

o ".,, ror eneltimeBn horseback, and the pero
= I W isre estimated by the comnuttee at ion.
.A com ittee from the ciZte oClark county inted hin
e dina plblc dinner at Wincheater on t 3h; and he
Sr alsi-.&tmilar invltahon fomth counY-o Grard. boh o
w which he declined, on accoti or Medie depa e f

'i On the 14th hbe was to patake ora public eeuux
41.'.1 Woodford county; nMonda a an. and on ed
ay'a- Maysv lle.where, it wa ndiood. etiT prep
S ons- eremaing.
-'ADinner was tlobe given in Albany, to he Chair Hu
geqton die 17th. The commiteconitedorSephn a
Z'nleiselaer. Meesas.'Van Buen. Bleecer. S o a
G' a.eoo.
Flre.-Aboul 3 o'clock yesterday morning a bke q
w' i)sho Porcelain Manufactory, in LA-tree. between
tMncl s itingLo-i reo whichi8df'rnred, wtl
jbiRIAalhng ,19

SAADWICHO.ILANDS.-WenDtleaed, danajoine, theA A. ioot will assist te district attorney Mr-gat0i on icC a W-pots-lour $,not
misrepentatosadeIn the Qurly R.evie, orftcduat the partof tb e proseation.m l- 10t; M
Cheese, ig'fntlisktnslradearniscIuar901y -- "
anddeimgns of the Amersea Missintarlces at the Sandwich Is' INDIGO IN CENTRAL 3, 3 per box ofm'lbs; Sperm. Candles, per 100 ; Tal, Wehadnot
lands, and of the prieent conitidonof the natives. The Boston- m oulm a G103tmala pnp Sr 0 lbs2 a3 real;
Daily Advertiser has-publiahed three or four of Ithe first ettet's of -The Indigjoera, or Indigo lai ce 5pe d 1 I te ou i
a series written by theev. Mr. Stewart, lately one of thos. Mis- theTintoria is that which is sought ater uires a ric o 1 lb.Co do. e
aoistwolnbyarmeweahe.:tswseoutie. .per100ls.;Hlc ,do.13pe
siatise, intcnded.o m iap the charges made ill the Review, ou iP
an t crrc te'e soeo sresta scores; der and is gow theorbu ic ed padlmt12t 15 00].
and to r ct eincis apart, in straight lines; it requires great at tio ts baggage go downtoday, t ad been
The Missionaries are charged ith haingunnocessarily chat, weeding; it shoots above grund I ian three
god the received orthography of the names, and out of a spirit of two months, een it is ht lir cuttig, wich ,rfomed with e "
pedg at ofitaring adopted tie use oft rIt taianiinstead of the a. pruning koile.r
pediw, oflaving adopted the usolio Ia intdf nhrr The state of.Salvador, in the Central Republieis well adap- venga'System ofeven."
EnglihAlplabet. They are also spoke of as men o trrow ed to theculture of the Indigo, as the teperatrethere is CLEARED, i l
milrands and destitute of education It 'etply Mr. Stewart states, generally fi'rom 80to 82 degrees ofa lieit andtheperiod- Ships A o Tubman, Liverpool, Robert Krit; Mace ae gur
Sthe first of them labourand Under great difficaulies in firming, ical rains coaeial to that plant. The John A
atttracted by the enormous size oi ta vats, (~rih chresembe a isherPiadlif, vin &Rbr91
'aphabetfor thebntinguage, which lhad never been reduced to atrate y Y emadete enross Si s
,-.1. l a r g es q u a re.. . -it m. a ll t r l t & r~ G
,anald nfially succeeded in adapting th e English letters to it .ood nearly of that atuarp.) nad: iplioaci ii te o, Vra Cru, S. l aorde att
wlit'eat advantage, by affixingan inuvariable sound to each, or Indigo plantations tit these enormous reeptls tile plant scls agnt, obinson, Wiliinton; Lov i, a u ra, visited t
Slycorrepoingwiththe sounds given thitithiont is placed for putrefction and fermentation, theater soon Nan Norwich & iller. there during t
generlly coeandsthiq aferwards led tile ts beco-es greenish,'iamitting a strongvpu
tE^talaESropealangiges; edofha cfrWards td the sat- s carbonicacid, in about twenty four hours itiise.DesiHayfmexbrgcVillenDe rtndn
f&itloij find thatthelaprintiplesborea remarkable coincidence off into large flat vessels, where it i stirred abo tAsier. Let t
wi-d''ilc "of tt't. t ofCn.bnirldge, Eng and Mr. Picker- scum makes its appearance, fresh -twater ist inandth Juescha Zero, for t 3 a ae, four on th oi
lg, j ..Anicn 1,lut.ol. bluetflakessinktotdinbbttoi; Ihewatertheh havingaye- boundtothei toloa; ea r u
ig, nu nt iUOlOgi.i lowiesh apjteance, is run oftl'carefully, the blue scum is then port, waiting O ort upeer,
Wemaplmtofthecoiptc ynitfi.,wer,.tojudgelit ito bagts lo drain, and then dried in the aa and some- i, ickion, for ti i for Marblehead, withschaw
.he casti nis a the niM caries al id to ittit the times expoeded to the sun; it is thenither senttothe indigo waiting pay; the renc lore, r Are to a were ontiua
Itlia ntin spelling -enname e aaii min-a ttete is no W in that fair inBootdnIsackss ore
.Behantasp~llhngminam. noi~f awai wnedsi~intino W inthat fair inp'ti saks or -- ri' ile. in t eron adsntoti n8 ay;bieL Ejdn,?lrltu rGa w chlo
73senftbre t 0 le. 4a of Guatamala to pay for adriastes. LauIre, for dito; Britilh ung ypscy, ggs lor lan
language? It t I, .;rtiojproper hert.
Ifuigu~~~~ge: 0 Nol -ifi~ i h-~ipioper here, to observe, that-the termn Of' ro ,in 30 days; Eliza, Barney, 114 Londn netipoet
WilirOeail It, l iocpei n he inU or., C1 tuie llandcra, M i. -wai( i thet following re- isproduavo'tlat estate. The principal part is tivatd in sage, offLo Key, t fro a mall atth per
mu. '- the state oSalvador, and one other FederationtexttoGua- two men, beng he r illiam oil l ro
Stamala, and divided from it by the majestic river; the Paza, Carthagena. e state, that e went re from te a
Aallhave no s etrhler, api.,n .-pp .''- eln: one of the tln- equidistant from both capital d and wate, the o ing, and wi o sore, t youngman
icher of t ril e chberi', I tmst, tihiut itri, c,.ta-ce to delicacy or There are t.a co ns Of
bar ofuiw. pi~r !,In),iihiih.cr.-.ctod cay r There are 8ewro ecrouns Of InEdigo, of 16o It. eadlE, exported captain made sail and left -themn-there was 'itout 0011n eig
pronelI', pi....iiit nga il tl 1.t l .1 L rt-io. Tlu nn- annually from tie stateof Salvador alone, and e following b vessel, and the n in the boat informed
-iu. rl. i s,.. no c in rI i. l iicbair i ...f lI.nrnl d and ci n ti- places have tie precedence, as it respects ant viz. San it a a preconceed plan. istowac
fi ui it i'il tticonti..a i I l killed .Miuel Cholatenango, Tejutta, Sacateco ca, St nce s, Brig Carlo, Clear, St. Croix E. 1 days, with ru and lo y called
.: .i an ti .,. il ., h r. I;,,, k. novwthemill anjSansuntepequc. The our last mentonedplacs have the suato Rogers&Sn PassegersMrG ckey Ab occurrc
not ti,-eldn1iAior tl o Ar ft's e I eit,1. '-ir. Thte Millis .(bs B xe b
tersol ,ibe'iGospel d blul''fir,"linded attie Sandw.ichI. lands, advantageasit respects quality. botL reenoodnds vant. L sii
t. s .'lthW bi Ivasnore especially.asoiated, in leaving this Someidea of the resources loading; bri Aurora, Smith, from t oma; as-
t en?% leeyesafterwards,wereellin ofierisuca- formed from the value of one article, from one stateaone, torn Star, Houdlettdisch Jae, Thomas, ol Bost, 8 d; unslfulnes
.Srnine years at least, before eiembarkationfro A- whch amouni.ted i 1825, to $4000NHaven uc; b tT
nieria,,heyhad beenperauuiiigarsguia'nune o f t,1311 ol aiseswqa
* aidat sad t ieealrihi study, at tilte.first iterary Institutions of' tints is eapontod by-lvaofstmpte
orF Foemur). it3 S.-.'. ililtliE.-int il t-i,1lit -I .-.a fa I .t unt can he given of the te

m~i duipf.n.B'cle "'l Thion s, form beiliut r a small uilte twn1 the pame t h Hidse sy Lf, tobac Colad aossus, Morgantet &BIci Re ar, tru haed be
p. "-t ''tucir iiutr'nnawl ''fS 'sent'lardp..i, t aei..sad i, ,, tI Cadiz.rtBos Thisobrosbu
i 'tl ,',r inIllai, ,," esiti isl-.t "fr'-lt l o ...i ,c ,l t, ,o a.. a .... t ense quantityot brig A e S er r ne t o r
I r l Iivnalarra, l s a ,,n't ea' i,.i are a, m1v "lt,.I re orlEio u I s, I c tl h ,, tht ol A .vsroan it. Junw an. T e r
l. ,ns i s .-tcar ,, -. iha t le e il .'.fE ,ia las'1 a, .If 2n iB rig:a s it at ''i "'c etfeontsma, mh.
thlu deissass-rtae." "t aentacutnts, Beaut a w, ieulbgtnar,w ed
,,l,, R len'etsadntha staitrov, s rXf,, It)ihee'.'ild ,tnt cc ,l at,- e tl dlcd, cutatininga t1n
flh i.)renouncerie itit ... ......... s----t..PIhe ,- '.fthe Pacific, and about ala leagues distant, situate rector
p 'sdd i) rentnrc uer a r.: rnt s tutlon ui e .. oi h lirt of ie Volcano. Ti neih boring country pro- 33, lo 73, spoke brig B from St. Johns, or too slight to
goddeeet'fifaTi. Tiefolwi re l ai5 lM'n Mr s .srt' d.i l t iinatytll avor tobacco ifthelothadi
rely t i ft ila.ienit. di.n-e, al. thitree crops of corn annually, without exhausting Orleans fo Liverpool. The schr Cleonti, Harvey, or w-
In th. iea i. thii il, andiswithionemileofApastencqucwhere a on- York, sailed 3 days be re.
In warit Himull.,r I l, 'a l ,i i fl in ,i a,- ndigothiris held annually. It is 24 l from Hayien brig Centier, Lambert, 7 days from the City of Iy have falle
ever apurr-a. n i1.%ei nti i h .Idti ,.' v dr, ,. .,i "I Sj'.,lor, in a south east dir
.eve appmr, oi t %with e.n o,,o ",,-, i Srl disrsvg Otl ltht g St Doulingo with mahogany, to J B Casseau. Left, achr A'- notig 9 rl
ntiIn s of Pik .ne. d in desin tyoll TitE- r t.i.i..i t o o u ...... it.... r aim...t. 'T. b ......
pe ,jile. Tih y a sie"ithsIm h .l ,O o u,. -el ,lt ftu iur t ago re vit monopoy B i G
unp ,at,.d IrwimeadEnrd dO ti ctl r ac I'i an IIar I r ubd li. 2 [From the National Jotuita n o rd .L o A vesl i. th a e
imehlditi inslt ii th,, us- t'i, 't ai~u rss-,'. ii n rt m, i,i'i 'l,gm,,,a,.: .,l't rtn.rt..f'rsi t/isJsarlta
wevlgait in 'hr eun d ,:" hily ,slil %h-.hsts ,,i m- titistt ii it lq'i'C7.b Ith' y r F i
s-ust lOJilles hot ,n 0 u ) l.ltA.ii; e ,unB nIu i 5Iawatr:ll l'itiaitl t TIt.dam reemade a vitsim eut t tho P
.tie, ash a,,l int l. U C loin ima, utea ,animtee Fitl tidD.eec itir mIt e sac: -momofthe dome to exan neth
pvwerofJei n.u.nr .-tit.Cn,tnr ii l]].i: ..: i ,t .u snr ta. o, -I TIuminu l, w e f.tiun t i F s t po l
jull ilult it lem ansaltra., Gd .J An~a li it ks,Im'tu''- i lie is a hlhiealthy-look illg old geiieiniikdd Slr itrrzdtn~ia~ illdeo Llmielt tapast
Crest nuiedirletile Grd l- i 'l-- t Pnt' .'' i".c.&k1; .1 i alttoe eeo
I.n .t.l frii iI.... ta li' im';st be... a.tia... t elyat'ir"l -It ..i. four Crg li ii url'e' a
H 'It air nt. ,rT.artt i a ,ii.' Uii ltnI,.,o.' O" .i...i "r i a ..ah ... a t h te ..jc a a witi ,,,Seanien, 8 t f d,

Fin, ;-.1.F n F. -uj. M CI ed n-.ft lee i U L sChitsI,. ,iir itnslt itt' La ,-,i ,It a... -i'..,'. it'J, ,"Lr,-.sth han R'ou an owni

-i .,- n c.-.,t||IU v, -ll.' l"' t ..tr.-..;s P vl -]n,:..t eid -i cn rn enr~ti iii m >s 11. "f in pip r arlr lr> it iiiii iri ,.i b"l i. '"'I 'E 11' .......~oriie iii u UL"t timnuunc.li-i. 'i..2'
SU.ti,: a.yug e d~lln i;^n .:z~ri{oi .u~itail o ii. l.:.- l L arnui.,+hc ........... s i. '-- i~ rr, emrl~eSsi oftl our% senses .............. f" ^ o Aue JA Motn adohes T o or h rs
p.^edr Aorblp.".G ;d~r.ri'li nu hlof.-n ..[ut .: l V' f ,l-r Ih; dst ti e aon e .can pu ti ling j n vii tru I gh s :r ~ ,. f re e
!" Tond 'ey "s & n it luady, and D A. J-oPratt. Le, p n a
i r, t auit n fi .lsa. n.i t,R 'r an i,,,c ar,.R e..R public, ave been s n by i er "
ui asw'ir. u t .. ,, r..i.it aU ni a .- ,.t i l it... ttrt' e ...,it h u n t.. alttR
-li'i e ni.tihmd ca llt t uir i1 it, 11 El i.e.: i ta, ai.i l i ti 1, I. tI e Sthi ao t entiv re ly craiisi b n io riti aly t l p ; lc l de
m.-n tpel-nu pad i i',g s n,-y s-r l.otlen dpi ,i : r.mr ,sl.ok. lr ,d.i .:rb ln.'umn r sIm t. aredlinl i, a beacnson, o el st or V
ira-uIaeig ],. p eull. m I -tiac.-ttrni e., iSl .:it, tii...,rie- e nr li,| |ni- il ie m e ico L ine dic u dM ed lik e t s
Mae, L- 'd 'm l l te "'O ,'Fit .....)ra .o,. ;,,, thirs se rio tyo or ellslfes o udiz a ,Crw ,o'lxnradi.ad tir okow .orfrfi .a
etr a r'c, e ain cl nrl. n 1 s ri e wee u ci no1 it wul, oe of- as i r. I. iai S y a b i .e P"%c it't t dir ,a i s bexp endi
Tit em %r lt il ci? i l-r.at r..-f pa l" tc ,.- i dlirao it -ii r i- l d ith t that bu lewI o us w r '"h u el n b t d t O y o in
fi rs i --in.r .-."iu-,il l r., 11 i l wih-, o n :.ie io c day s w ith

-i .rni il, ih .l ta ,on'dnr. '.:utnd-,',." uid.d. I.I is- n .... .f ea-- lumber roomt-
ereauori' m.ei ladin Kedu"-n0 tri ,w.uit ref:t- it .rfarn'iit t mu | ,,i- ine p re a sion s of rw o
s-ane it,, nru[ia pnd'G;. ir-'rt thisor t tand ref 1.ti e si -ti uror., i m i it,'-. ,i te t t eal e d crs,-Is ie,,, er ,1- a wor ads csa ia d
i 'itidF ,,sit) buI. -iiwt u h e paitie s wr h e -theTreet .tlotu SfhL D-T- S i

l ils,.Js ,et r"-hu -'hpiol vi', t-i. ti a. t'"m ti, ii. 1 ,., ui blies h a O t
ilY ,.f.r ,nrit.aq t ,,it o .,flo. ne t..eh. a i,, .'o ltipinlih' fu,, wits ,,i)tb 'd l e o ti r aet e t n I l i ^ ^ ^a d oh r T ep bi
5rthen 'it,01 5 i0 d liaprola gnr, Cr it p it ill d utn, Tit-nim te .teonleeyMr

'pring ptuilattnd pimong the seryqhirtnd pt i x~ lt ihib.r.ttt lfe alth Unite mwo .rth l o hikcnas i thd u ole dn.ti at lh g g r ynSilad3dfo lb .wt'R1 P'^ r mkn
saie r ol te (iul t1, e hy Nl' I.tt iirt 1i s-r, ro100 lies 1 i.I ., i,, r ,:-iit,, _, ,., -ouil',f'o ortn.,s lyxdan 4 1K.1r v
mrihet fln i, p t aid; In orhr.' u 6cr tl i L bfra e e r v i L. a \Vte eri en ot oufr enter no i, h i sdithe
p e smnrouplr-Gudr -fttise is i t5SC mill .-Itriytitlflt tn'm h-ii cd ur(E~. et;hvig t si d, thne anpt tig b1 i relgt.for,& .t nesn otn ai tes i oete rs

anTd tean ,insa'ts loudn a t 'r.rtitla i, tent ts a eothin ucaties, l ,.' lo, sriti i t's Thle a d if te yt

!notd wit hls a n tura ttp'en meon w6i hciont w i. re'miim a- ae thersud r, antu an ngl, *.1i :r.i|i., 1.1.11 s .lo ',W nat 3dssfomirfl, iliwforl-cncred
cuntd rfnort ions tiltR beccn &tlza",ia ohfpLo ;n. r rf l- te ai n pr e Yorks w do uoimihro
"\'fn h m: ivm t| ,l ,i q t'.,v A t/U a rl aldlttei lt veyisac

e .1it is, aidt, t ,r% irh 'n stirliltt i nret et them, mite sm ar t fo '- .I le s uo lnn d a t om- anll Cal pr< c;

edea mplentri ointd ispola w isrcr.,6-eulH tlieet bdrtrie." E^ ^^ 1 ^ cdtiae im hl Aeatnieyprgdan th moeciial,& Sh F gofP e,& e,0dysfnR h odw hcaJoad ized-
I' it t he iAnrlnh, Oisml,'si. WpE, f s tas t nun" ar nd Fl il ,kn.o ventor ul m rie d. .ao. fiua H .. the b oepro i

Kvir b eeB "I"yve I 'a "kltle ~n t th..raet a nus p it meen apdctur ieas thywere firs exhib*v~y cited' ilb f E agl&c .Bahet,9dH ifine aci, an ,withle brrsn.sc, ad nig
"Th ia .ne fa tin mer f eiyisr c Wllt felle %r. d aiv i tie aii trt a .Ep bis n dci T
and oar t t ,n.,,,a,,.,nhtberdiulge do thae gr ild BE sgte Tork & nil, Coal Co. tmoral to o
tidnlap eid, td ei r na oftie i'ri t es l heStr asI raiut -" n acnrtni u lnp r oleS .. thall painter ol t e ev o Sloo l o O, d asfi ill ie t l t ure
T e w'f d i nstl l er ha bn t', agd io t 14 r y ,r a:l ong e i ht he m lged to [1, -. .at but of i iadyw n ,with ernmalt 6 c ns i

to JdflfchLewi, a m~tersweep who TCS n Appe ne r simlictyandse'and impressiorts dawn d from rii li o to. ?, to i. SaaParks &Coctr. asIo a~iuambl u w
tilealse-ot e re -t, fri Pp l iLa nte thel Nl ipe red abou I iia nans lideite matr. Doyle, 4 do
It-un S1 t wanssmouan thie itn informtio-'lnisee ts sil..ot i..nrtu, f oftluh scI-lit.
,' u ...... IS thte l1,,Uts,- ts.el itin ...g-s i ,-ln-T'try n iri i .. nll e.ceht L t. he r costume gave
d We irednice 5n ota rin d slouhs faith r rie to reaut in nr'u ai ad.e t .h moral a t sphayoi'nI s genns., -te nna b tie s of t a si Ca s Kig S eh ho ro i le lphi wi
reepis, and elml o t th c very flntto eili h hoai er e ife, thedii so- worth on he canvas, without offemdin a
briety, punirtpy eaddi 'tofau-tan ctoftLong before 1 ir visit and at aelat s pe in d hen thre ir, and r
tmKiranea lieiad learn adfro thtite miiona es a:that riteoca- srei alli edpto adorn tl o eK te .
to waa natural pheeno non, m ho se action ias readily c. t n n t. e a es i :, no N o id h a oas,
roted for on kn" t Imhmv een r eintiof hilosoph ; a anl 'etrn oachT sutriongsa, nndte oystat md momlo atsee ha as n Na plend otree pui
r] ;t r[leaim-Dof ens adP

tioune .." P Y"blu v Plde r thimltor a rar. d ue '"ii and knownr. ,hi at hu vrI are dis itr Iva's ot ied I in cs lie, c tailna c w e trk e fi nal r

jutice. Sro! %V nmn w the g iv e a rewar ofFive Don a rs, Tor ea1 h. I nie. catn es of theb author. tor hisgot l0bor, an y luta 0l Igg,!mill Gcari Atlinto harlvlkeston ; stop Fen,,Cohrn,l wheichn haveI
ingits fi ad u sdes celdin.ginto itl bee s r se iid tieir ree e the eaet- the altiet tIor h HA e ,r lilit J l w 'clnNs. uboi. BIgl ol
edexatnple to l'ndssre a~adercohurtgt lltrtO ite enierprize." edrdpoae aei'a
der ce to t -ei ionstiaa and tor Th face and e Edleo as-" othor" hand hyk.pd -ws throwIe4 Gloealhoomewhe i row modro .3r Co. t,8 n) outh roil

i f ,- aen i'debte l. ay fa g Iiiner 1ofnut e carth-brn fair one, amm h indsynsgonliclf i -a u d r oaBoon, a few las wtco afo T y ar mn
t prity, n t AMBERSIa L g Preadaa) u te- T u 4t itt i ibiTllhe henmosto p t ntjd sobeh lt oe fo t s hn
p ond- e .tSeasl .a rtes d aem.. on s. tiar h ee andlu Flax, aiure bai t te ur eVs bt itot.r n le f fo rais. li a t c oS 2 ec
-na imeeaatueraleney IerynnYtlier actiot wsread ic at im present sea riost pwno n hnna the w iere
son, and the Wheat crop ha eoedo thes o expet atons o5 et pin nii a ltsas thrt ,rese siton h i, ea,
thefarmer.a onkow nc a ofhil os h a nd feapt a e osi ligls io tht w s tatin e sh m b r, dse3 trere
5W75ne l 4e beets ind brAiedt h at to nboum beo's hrte my- atiing, and irhey w s ouo e one sd
terionaly disap.lseated froth tb i.city; udi6po s.ed to have been naked la t dissatisfied, amid' aou
kidn eid Their namne atre aeu ce 'os Wesley,9 as1ed a hout 12 ana hronisn i as unp ardonable. o Thoe p t
buyears- '5,he0 elWatsn hage aot 4yeen bahd e long the Re1 tu tlon was h toon n
to G- Lewis, a master sweep, o llsvh ien At le t ear simplicity and slbt is efifrts mnd i d hln r i l t
Georpisctreeot, above Popl5r Lane v Thdisappearedte about taorable aelino atin on of trrikii im cid
the itheinptant, end no trace hime-osation respecting them thro hint. He lavished tis poiwera

Allhe~wer ana heat, tliafi .alteurl, ve l Qiso.)a pieesOfFea beaut ofe desgn -ommo c ph'cohe eieCrwll dy fna^ts.M wih lumb erat- m leas res des
has sie Hbeen obtained. Theet rmer has remarkably white tfuntin rh flow ot' a rveroltor
aand iw-ellee teeth; the ea oft r ec tad rtady the eltmplo paiig mtr t her o
-ingwiderthaniei usual aintsacacases. s pve reena- tctnotve n laaef in or an o hMal lod. l urt of s e p
'asipmttefraot U er as tot Ap 'old. llYim. thaey ta co.tsiall theso t Coo treh y hy isllmbr, 13t of p
Pri saowelspaltra would do aa at e e urity by givigThsenshea conwrclLeig
,esnotinean a plaeInhthtetIr p ere that the fact of their ab- te gie r is tTi d u o
duetitnaor theirtelopement, may be ascertained, Such out- et thatinin-it isToc Ilthemorsdlness
thoe hive been fnbrmeqtih r ai wodbrlldaring, and ve irygofl andting in sp avirit. Some rof th %e prtraits ruertisopPriPie l ltPia.wt ol oteNw aeee

rageslsa reoWenaefreuety;adi tavdebee ationkoftln efeave e lea y tures anad orimts of nhi
macnahouldexert-himselftecstoat andboriugudQ s othn'enders to san-t and known. T'his ftthlfat vartet.
joas tiCo ae a da y r e wLews wall. igovearewardof Dollaorsoruf indepSr. tiI ft na ess of the abeo r his g ,t bot c woodbo rk (Is wt o
the l. tgRt oti dPtssagnrs-. lId models weree in his coind before the nanltceiwill t
tinss "r x idebtedp Ls gentleman o f velopenieit. Than fadoe amtid fortroft"sbetOntoea hes ereo
asbsatercktheicharterOoflhaispos.e back t s hcmharterioChiies is-oa idas, G
his cbity, tna the oll o hwn kloracts ofal rtterafom his rre- by ,,u,, the mo t of M ot aB dest, ohomle t cio l t br "f "o te oste ,
and wel set teth-,te toeso. beyltter aeost octmprea-er- of cale....

S pdnt, srs. Gates n Co. dated Montreal, July 21. fi ure is other obl e a ti oa mBi g ce f i. i
"Our mrkht.ansusuai a better aasect.1Pethashes quick at tt itudeofihsootarrior when the battle is o
$102 and 104, and we have this a dayr s old 00 barrs at $0.-- ]don. thef e has wthe ha'ac terisc e L
'Pfaila $105., fa 10 .Amdr'tcso e ti(ifinl llshitin 00a l 0 saith'a slight fibsr rof mist elevdtio w
575 ; finet$454oatrit bonfir i'relstotvnartnofsbend stoidynat bosomtanodfillshIsis eyes, syitbontaone
rather hiYh eeter--eond rather heavy, thetage having arrived for honis country's future ps-tperity r If St aea
Saldta igt U.Canad shetw eo nn e and n0o100 be. A flo ut",fand trs the tree p portrait of Washing rton s P J i o re
owe -etlatgnt and e th an 0 p b wle fe vi b gi n d o in. A" States, far bey ond all his 'o O h mpet
b Ida hh e altrso been brought inafromstrothhe said robeenthe he.tCoanmaoof
U C.hi. Wit so moa t rapidly frelor shi pment t Egngleande; ofrarhoy Re-lu it is arit amim fat Thte i
r pi..ces obtained, 5s, 5s 3drits is, a:nd evenios i fd. the 00 lbs1o.ote Ca pv itol, tha t Co r uni b3u 3 W o i t. o a ,
SAllithe LowerCanada wheatt. tt is, all the smurplus over ando histeridal eiees-- dettbea of lis oner er, aan r
shovel a trs hatve ret 'ned fotr family20ioe has asof othera leading even-tsin our ,a.
r boFe what t ,l-zmnrme ... -1 ... .... _, in tr'St_ od of and;" .h aed rig 1bl .... -....f
aeld at. Latud 6dtsl d.iet We bite bmots. camfluence tha now ready to be employed in paintin
petedfro U[e r A an t lbaty old lt e en -Congretss shall itink proper to reqairetv liu $,3 a
p 'odf'o' Upr.aaa. mslysld .q.pa.they will comisider kthe aubjoet soon-t'reeydym rcosSmp
CONS~PIRACY AG.AINST THE PRtESIDENtI Oil' H AYTI. in~te life, of a difrintin. shed~ artist, u
CShip JaimunatbetternmaforeLisb
ToAthepelreen oiei h ery atttentve torrnsoo denc n at, rts. when le was ra i th v a w e -by to
Princl tledt ebltoi oh the Gendiues ef Unsvenrsal Emanuiiat hin h prns lam .. ni i t
e12 td f1o r t4l atterc.nw.. eh.ave "thisar cil lM a a:rpfe fol lowini importart mnofora- was hoat o fu te a, Par d N i Lef ti e e nimiee
don, eevedgejueas6hiapaperwasgoingeto ". suffer.tte a p a ateiort ateiiunityof imm rta zin
Prolatio agmadru h Ove0 wit a p aslg to fde fno f utpat aeenow iJ tha saPrevat ldsi, iantas hvlthe, as alre byb of ie pesne ncn eri

5 75 ; inthe $46H on. 4~iiA Rdur circn uit udof b on s therdy at bsom andflsi eyes, witou on saeodub orfr hp, Gray (If* Boto b l ttbrTBoiling Cill"8 Wal s. 00 July 5Ih ]at 4
ther Jat I f 8Mbtio f abendof e nirtoe r against ol Pr riedi ent. tina t r y'ge re t hsor this couintryr,- as n o t, 7 li ori rk p O t rr
tv" q ,fortaU*W Csdesdtcsthtitikithe Sn ofb tlhe guards Weiire hadeFon the fan of ith e wo ou t o e ai
name l eke et~hig remostr of thiswicked conspittay IsBel- rtheetthings aturprie.
gd. 0tsnr e0 far. ner o tye Aly dme stc ciy triunder e in ionf nde a t 7d. Y t t
w tesi, i toiderlo B oeriwo u t la o nd A a'fidence In hi tatil ao o hes r,, ,nni- A dreadful tornado passed through ea ae A nB

bou deivr 00D griean juorsWi suamoed itoi been bogthi seial frn tuhesadtFo b THe be RRLComadTinhiefof teROS aliiesabih ie rgwtmrcnesgnanh ek vt Twelve Yal
S-evate him Alto led ran d k of iheuen umt f horse g and. He he in this county, onl the 3d luin stl about Ie o
Smade his escape. Ye owrday th P tes and ent odnes tne t p 'd ,theGo t p bs o r, rast direction. In its o,
depicted tche evl desigserfthe tonspirators, as weh ate fnty ofaMr. Damiel Wright, Pikes riseof thase otfe of atod In private.5 He boy j- te uke
S of their eainatinsa wtisaddrescatiam toldl wasver a endrget- r Mrdlyesap ingw lheas i ton t polofhr;e AiV ta i,,G e towel.
a he; andtrilepofficerssweredeepByaffculed, somf5e;meveisnunto urrsonwoodadbTi
tabra. No officer ofihigh rank, I-am happy to day, has yet n ofnother dam.t-ev-- iouroreti s e s l 1
( tine t.s Watrloo teoisniune, ou

Sto found engaged te te ipstn b thed p.olnuice and pnlte e, s "
Ji ly4th, ele nrde is b o. etake t a vebo30n een.,ario TR A 8 v ort 6 e ac
law. -Y etst a ,0y Iburlf th econs p inshoreaehere shot. Tpe-res.h- Jllurd5r.-pWe hsvrec iveka
dent is ldtetrined thaiet te laws hall be r gsdiy enforced. Alls ward vil e Illinoi dated Ju pt ilhe r

Pottedthyh ppeesoblack; hiostlyrHoldpped, lbut PaPs the. willAcol siderothellSubt i stiMn-f.A Pomi, o~ f oti b~; arhRaltonzi,'brgNet, iny S.Auo ;Ha igal
tOlfet; end I hops i scad an attempt weill nver again b e md that Mr Elish Erhdred son oft Tmo cia, M y s
C SImade.c "f ed wa rmen rLyhofWinfield H erkimer a Pu t ai erBat brg
e hatte n t n'wt ,t s ry t rr" l cantimal 've "t tis tal rt nt 5 Oi n w several years past a resideitt of reeneo.c
farts, rothGenius.-f''e, murder was committed at the head of Ilhim aoisoY
rTrio lqfhlr ig o --rs ing 'to 'y'is. in fth o north-west part of that state, whithertesde a
e Tobanofcospiratoa iiPonatoaintivorkungthetunes. Mr EldrecdwaaoairItlt,
SiFrom lhe Albany Argus.) andofvoeeryraieableotrodiuab t end
[f., I .,*, Smith,.intquarantineh; sr,,mrditre- thetimportant

n At an early hoss ,eetrs'da.,the nourn room.,n cstmtuolte ma...e. Iriei thin mtidrr'.
wa flled s-s oaEk e hi. ,un,. tn tir ca petat on.-. that Ihe irish 'if psetn-tm..-Ctt A--re.- s
f StruIlg e d e t. ,fivasilt, for th eU mrd rOtPoo a'k ie? sdhebAfreGr nldnfrr
baundofthelatter, whoeld be pnrocenecde n. At half pat tlen, El-. Alb ae y pstor ehna niasnd rhetod
d! M.Jutdge.tenrandkaasfltenatobmeisrstyonu0heeoeni. i Netherlands, ait3d family, and the Shoeananoyrlatr initen-
:.Pr l ttn was made silseance, -an special u ,ied' a n m o
of'oyer and tcrnin~aead genettl gaol. daell'ty iras reed,_ap- d' affir fromePrussa aro
mone rho Hon. Williami A. Duer, circuit judge of the thurdroomsat..... te
ePi Jares Stsveimeoa, Req. Mayer of t .e c 31tof Albsny, has three story brick buildingh occapie s
tJames'M'Kawno Reql Raoandter o h ty ~hrt ra ...adr sa
Eaq.. one of the Juda of the dominon pleas, and Welcome pae andrag, ath r4'ho iSmitt he Haily
oeai oiteAldermsenio the ,t conmasmsitonera g --:iris-te at 6 to 7000 dollars.
d elivery. T'he grand jurors summoned to ttdthisespecial COUIRT FOR THE COtE
pourt were called, and 2-3 of the number appeared end we re H s n d ,J l/ -~ ; B B
swon a. Israel Smith, Req. was ap pointeduforempan aundan ap- argaumenet on the pasrt'of the plaitutiff in
e "-priatecehtrge delivered ta rho gand oury by judge Deer. Lambert, plaiatih'v, rthe Pol
":hilst the pettjury were in calling, Strong Waes brought in Mr Mawl was hear.) on ~ thpart oft
d to court, surrounded bya selt;o bedy uf thepoliceand pl'e qru.
'in the priso ner' sbo x. H o ppe rst . to be about 30 years of . t lI '
age ; in stature he isbehow.v th ordinary ramas; his complexion ..iIA.... t IED,
Sswarthy,.hi" eyes black; his hair cropped, hot busby and re- At Albany, on the t-tlu Inst.Mr .M... A. Poc; .....
a dundant; howas dressed in a new suit ofblueomixed eclrth, am tofi, Mass. to Mie Amnnd Wier f
H e sa "o i o tn his hoed upon his loft head, in which lie g n Th' urso a e eni m lay tlm el er. lm t y
Heet o nsr rating he:hsotrhn va honBmtaesi -- MraPwr agu

ns carelessly over the box, and n he appeared to be amusing him- Laurence Power, Esq. al o t e
self with beating a tune with hia fingers. He fixed his eyes DIED.s
sel wih batig atue wth is ingrs Hefixd hs eesDIED. *BOSTON, July 25.-Arr.hbrig Baltic, Mfayo,'St. Ubes, 37 days. Penny, near
n intently upon lhis judges foratew mom ehtan Mr.eaoeka4ddoo brigs iunsM
[tly scot ehom ju igesf a ed hitbu d seemed close- Yesterday, of ah lingering illness, them Cranston, Left 17th Wilt. ship Farmer, ofand fm NYo l and.much
Sto scrutinize thorn; a sigh escaped e aged 41 ircyears. His ter endse fi s and acquaintances, and those rize, Harridn, rovi e, next day; Jaes & IsabellaEmery, Mr. P. wo
d appeared coposedand aeemedto witness te orgization DavuDnn and Mrs. Jane Robortson, are ularly invited ; e, Malcom, NY o Panama lim
of of the court with as much indifference as any one presto. to attend his funeral, this afternoon, at 5 olk, a ld n e
SWhn arraigned on his indictment, he listened to the charges Dnn's corner of Hammond and Greenwich I, t Spoke, lt int. lat 4 27, Ion 0, rig a
againstt hi with apparent om ro, dplead t. On the 7th Mr. William Street, in his 34th r he
Hia counsel sid he wouldbe ready for trial t d ds and awaquainnan are. TeOn tp S. Mr W m S
e 1 dutdi to ourt trd h aenit her appea tatoIe : longhand lingeringhillnes.s His fie
i ? & s 'J f M p p ~ e n e x t m a d e h e r ao n n u n d apl ca f t e r n o o n ,a f n o m. Phu nr ,la t ebne s aJ a i p ric e Lo .r p2o l.Fr o n t J u l y
S Mrs V pnet made e aPpear a- reectfully invited to attend hi funeral, reielt 5 ol PER STAM-BAT
l co e i oroofe -
ducted into iourt from an adjoining room by' cnstabl's, on, unday afternoon, from his, late residence, No. 2791 rent Juiy!15-Arrivcd, ship New England, Snow,44days fromLi- dentsreceiv
attendedby anyfrniede;rmaleorfemalb" Shewadressedin street, r "e
Sdoep mourrning. On her arraignments an accessary to the stret d au o rvonL
fact in the murder of her husbandushe was greatly agitatedadi tc o etro'n I Bar mw dt 117
IT hip I.i t to t e ule ........ "i.....
eadwept rueh. Shepleadnot gtiilty to the ndictme nt end iacthetha lettr fl-om PM. Bartcore
a' hcopeidseh he brdio l hetimmeste wi herPrice Current annexed s hw an e derycan astanW to tiae tatward, s i itgnal redI o f
in I the trial or Sthae was disposed of. e tr ia l mmlot $ to 5 p bi 1.; Navy U to 4; Crackers $ B per v io Ilc re Brig li ri n lei- dell, 45 days from. Liverpool. 4 t p b ; a t ;
:n a-tttlietrialof Strangwa.8disposedof. barrels kegs Fleur, S F.--G to C 80; Corn Meal p o
I coenseeqonceofthe.great number Iof witnesses andjurorsr Fto.'bbl. t 0to 40; Corn il. at 4 4 hip l l no t
id attending-thecourt,-and the vast course ofs ctastors t' wsp d. 20 to 21, tblA.rdrdtoi; Cob
hamdD d to the sheriff thatth nitDoc.; Soapncto it; Lard 8Stoe9; Tobacco4to3,dull; Mackcrel inheilbretlonall. r"Ilei
hadlabsmbled, Judgr the assembly chamber bbse to t lirepared $5 to ; Candles 12Sto 14; Rice 3 to 4; W.Pe Lumber to
woNldencesaryat wtLhe asseIm e trials of Strang nd 15; P. Pinedoe2Oto 25; VW 0 Staves,hd 45, in d nd R 0
. fo thirecepitioa eohe ourt.wheretis e tnatis9o t'c oc an, hhddo26;Shing 31to,4.- Cargo prices C A c ck Sj r eie ic
.. Mr.a Whipplewill commenee thismorning at 9 clock. Exndrt--Coffeel2c.: Sugar 3d to2
' e.gWed-ariseld that Menssr Pepper and T. J. Oakley are kExp nlta -Coe n e.: Sumga toC R, ..
, gofedas counsel for StraInI; Messrs. Taher, -Oakley, VVi- Dcaskincluded, d dRie
hiames and idV Vechten, forMrB&W wipp e

I I I I ,ICapt. lowmtan, ofthe schooner St. Cro, arrived herein
iONDAY MORNING( JULY 30. days from Tenri, informs that there had been ra at
- that placesinNovemberlasu, inconequenceo
leisure, after we i-cvedl the news of the fall which tecrops had fell short arly ealf Reports had
building in Robinson street, on iFriday last, to been received from.Madeira, station that place to be in the
narks on the subject as far as we could have sa'ie condition-wine was scarce and hgh iy o
troops at 'urenora (an island) d robbed the urces
hoped that the melancholy accident of the plate, and also sevel of the inhabitants fromon
bhic1 occurredin another part of lthIo city a few they took dollars They then took
ould haui had the effect of a solemn warning mall English chooerwtlaen ,a dmde
in the construction 6fAuesd; swhethei as pro- escape; previous towicthey had wette powder.nd spiked
ders, arnd that greater car than eve r tiould be the guns of the fort. All the troops we vry muchdissati
I against such accidents. So far from it, how fled,; a a tiny w expected. A passenger theSt.C
gain shocked by a similar ooeurence, under cir- inibrusnetia ct
n our opinion, of still greater aggravation. It governor pointe YM a
er of astonishment to every one, we believe, the Canary Islands, hd I a arti
he ruins, (and hundreds and thousands were nor and was read
ce day,) howsieny builder, even the most igno- a Colombian corvette privateer was off he pot, cons
ilful, could think of raising Walls for a thre quee of which his baggage was re-an .
only eight inches in thickness on one side, and
icr, particularly when one side had nothing to A T C O E T R
a poor wooden building. Every one was struck Time0tais&St g ahrt
Mntonexposure ;ofhman lie and exclamations -s-or-- b adb
ofipurian life etdlamatmThesassemblt obam
illy repeated against the feeling of parsinony, rdfoid tccasin he p
would have induced eny one to execute such a _.cushm lTia o-
and their places cuptedwithca
erong wre rthe expressions ofthe individuals chair and el
d the Coronor's Jury, when they were dismissed Bench was erected the ri
Althre other 't, s t hel riglto hchwrh
duty of examining the mangled body of the ol'tnehe u o th a the ra i
ho had met his death among the runs. But it crowded th pator ',e n t cor
Only to impress it upon those whose province it Atabotlafs 9teprio aeanc
attended by constables, and placel ttebr.'apaac
eer tlhe safety of the inhabitants, that thy are a firt
ipon to take immediate measures to prevent but lie aon aumed an air of unconcern an selfposseso...
cen in future. watching keenly thejurors a they were ed, and promptly
ent case we attribute the accident partly to the rMrsihiscll s c
of the builders. Thle lot is one of an una- near the reporters, dressed in ep mourning and os
lying very awry with regard to the street, and veiled.
lhe r-eal 'I-luere rust necessarily have been a Theo n astn llio nf,
ir-twrd fhenou*t, of 'whichlimh oriokmenon o rocceuledin'Uotechlngpreofheamu
e towards the ron, owc te workmen ap- Mr. Oakl, triers wre
bini ignorant, as they were among the sufferers. appointed to decide upon e competency of te persons cal
y increasing weight of the roof at- length over- led. The w r wr
'" 'lwhchws itthave formed aoptinsto
sakiness of rte four-inch wall, ivwichwirfth
;aknsH f te for-ich allwhih w werst^e allowed to withdraw *vKia Tho. W. Olcott, Jacob
n in front, letting that corner ofthe roofvlide out Luke, Volkert Veeder, Vinal Luce, William Fisher, eter
Sand commencing the general ruin of a fabric PF Jiecr
ndure itst own weight. We are of op inion that g on the peremi tory challenge o the prisoner. he triers in
been square, the walls, thin as they were, might the case of he first and second jurors, wereJohn. Otrander
a shorttime. If so, the building would proba- and Jabez D. Hammond, Esqrs. in the other -case, the te
n upon the leads of a family of tenants, Now, "ThcJfolloi persons were declared by the triers nt to
re reasonable than the question so repeatedly have formed an opinion that the prisoner was guilty, and were
citizens, "Is there to be no check on the avari- sworn asjorsVIZ. Moses Goodrich, of the cityof Aany
ran builder; can there be no remedy against cordwainderAndreSnydero ensselervillefarmerAbiel
rant ner; ad ShernanofBern, farier, John B. Crowns, of Bethlehem,
,fc .,-rsiru'tug Itou.--,. when alltthat is necessary farmer, eleg Cheesebro, ofnox, farmer Adrew Simon,
scovery would ba merelance ofthe eye from ofCoey ar
r, in passing a rising wall ? he case is one of merchant, John Pierre, 2nd of Ber,
:at can beand the duty of paying some attention farmer Daniel Alen of Bethlehem, faer, and John Carrof
os imperiouss. Coeyoans, firmer. e
struck with the justice and force of a remark Judge D thee ury, that e prisoner stood
iwdictefl by the grand inquest of die ounty in an indictment
hearing by one of the most active and efficient which would be read to them.
Scity--" If," ald ie, "such a practice is to be- Mr. Livingston, the district attorney, red the indictment.
-- n ice aei After a fure re e
building what ieuty can firemen have in P After a fur sister brief remark to the jury by the preidig judge
iligwatsecurtycnre nnaenap The district attorney briefly stated tlie facts and eircumstaii-
ouse to savepropertyor to extinguish fire; and cesconnected with the indictment,-andthe nature and etof
expected to risk his life in a building construct- of thie intd i a rifbut
If such ideas should become general among The exAinaion o witness was ten commenced. Abr
s they have already been suggested to the minds L. Van Renslaarsonofthelate Killian P. Van ensslaer, a
ris thy aved-fio willu soon 6efu toesr resident at Cherry-Hlill, and in tlhe room with Whlipple at the litle
nunc offices ill soon efuse to ensue reside was firtcalled.
tnsttralie osinseshot,
description, to refuse or payvwhen the build- During the examination of Mr.Van Rensslaer, a question of
d to have been unslfe to approach. Tenants lai oferu pp
examining the wallUeofbuildingsbe- cation of a set
ore care in exam g t ing about to inquire ro this ite relative to con-
atltemselvespwithinthem;andit-willbea&public fessio made by e prisoner, a few days since, Mr. Oakly
Sonewiho has it in his power, to make known inquired of the District Attorney, whether the counsel for the
, one which t h e l is opow"ere to iminall prosecution m n to r sol upon this witness at th bar,
I which the lives of people are thus imially whether they intended to give evidences ofpreous co ain
of a similar import? Ifthey didnotpurpeto produce tei-
il and i eniencs may howverbe obvia- nyof such previous amons, e objected this witne teti-
san onvenofying as to. y admission made to him by erioner, ath
ompt and decided measure on the part of our counsel for the prisoner wr prepared to ewliti pr-
s. If the city government have no express au- viousadmision had been e,, and ade td c
tr n c-ases like this, they onght to petition stances which-would prent the i -
srereinca-le"like .....hooB. l dpti tlemseh, esoftea vdec.Itecoeeiniae:b .
Sto grant it; and in the mean time, every build- pthemsl e ntwa thel ould
the prisoner ieree not what thelvwod d
.ogrnt"t; tha si tee pr otiedb mroe ~t
ing in an unsafe manner ought to be presented that is,
and reg-arded accordingly. from te prisoner by means of a th
a aconpromise or threat be ever asli+ on
P O D P E C der such circumstances, cannot be received evidence.
PRISON DISCIPLINE SOCIETY. if the admissions firt made could notbe given evia ,
will receive, with great interest the second an- then any subsequent confessions o a like character andir
isAs ciat .it..h g"rea-" t "ti port were inadmisaibl% as the Iawwould consider them a have
ti Assaciatino. TI einterest excited by their pert scne~i orrcpino h.amsin is ae t
tliii Ahe 11 combi
ises from feelings of philanthropy, and a convic- cited St r reptooh. p m.
ainds of benevolent and reflecting men, thatthey The counl foth e
investigations which have 'ioen too long. neglee- preselti
S c Ju Duer, at this ntage of the proceedings, said, that as
ct i it which the well-being of society is deeply there were several reporters n court, he would remark that
very abuseitn a prison is returned, in some man- any publion o
at an earlier or later period, upon th e public.- hi e l uner ad th stion o ter
re~~~~ one of rthe counsel for Mrs.Whp -ulctosfte W
tider has besn restored to liberty with his capna- tesintll .-p t e pen-
ination r crinad incr old by tlio very dency of her trial, dicial, the court de, that
signed for his reformationi; false ideas of n it ruled that publi nft testim y in either cae were
prohibited until thecompletion ofthe trial of Mrs. Whipple.
perintendants and of persons invested with the [In compliance ith this rule, we shall abstain fro giving
wer, have acted in the most itnjurious manner on publicytothe testimony, until the period aignedby th
security and morals; and the state governments cout sa hv ers
>n nd ostofthe stll rechagealewith the woman, belonging to Mrs. Van Rensselaer, and an inmate in
of numerous youthful offenders, by consigning the family at herry Hill, were also examined; when the
ins whore the moral sense is inevitably weaeken-c jornedt o'clock P. M. for one put t p
iedbyth mot roliatesoiey.From three o'clock until, ourpae-,aputorasas
me by the mast profligate society. evening, the examination of witnesses was continued. Durg
from the last charge, our own state, so far as that time the following persons underwent n examination,
S -tes has afforded ground for an oxexeption. The and cross-examination, viz Thomas L. Pembrton, coroner,
rstemnhadsiaforsed gr.ud "n -xeptio ... i-e before whom the inquest on .thebodyof WhipplewaiAad
no are disclosed by the investigations o p the b- Fw a ,o
P afi'rd Pay. gousith inthis
t Society, the iare useful will its operations be g i s4mb
ocitv he oreuseulwil it opratonsbeColumbian Hotel, Philiander Forbes, keeper of the C-olumbian
and the greater will be th e support it must receive Hotell J .j
Samuel S. Treat,W
philanthropist. The-trial, as
pIlatrps.; The~trial, as was anticipated, excites the public attention int
that no less than four editions of the Society's. a very great dgree. Not onlythe interior ofthchamber
rep ort sore published in the last year, copies of the lobies, gallry-and lls, are crowded, but atheaenue
ePon distributed in Eu rop e as well as North and ofapproach to the building have been moreor lessoccupie
,een ditruten -- a From thejuicious arrangements that have been-made, ho-
a. Journeys have been performed in visiting pr- ever, and from the rompt discharge othe duties ofitsheff
counting to nearly 3000 miles: $S2,38 have been and the rs of court, the proceedings have con-
Nsw-Enland'New-York and New-Jersey; and ducted with great decoruand r.-Aany Ar -
led, in the following mainner-for salary of the ALBANY COURT OF OYER TERMINER-July 2
ing, &c. $1,200; salary of the chaplain at Au- The People vs. Joseph Ortn lis Jesse Strang charge
religious services in other prisons, $60; printing, withthe murder. ofJohn hipple.-O Thurday, exami-
60; engravintgi c nation of witnesses was continued unlabouthapt nine
aine,-Massachusetta, Connecticut and New York o'clock in the evening; and the following persn, in addition
100 to those already named, were examined:
committees on prisons have been formed. Spencer Staord, merchant Albany; Frances Hill, wifeo
.u.le documentsotprisonshavebeenpublished JameesHiUit
r inm different parts of the country.c t ; n keopr y tge o'A e
su ffer- vrm et;r.hs, Conklinekee
states the following as the principal evils suffer- HiUinnepr, on e iseunaroa' Van eneaer,
resent prison system-Badofllcers, greatex- daught ta s. at
presen prio .. "" cr r
muimnity of villains..n restrained intercourse cor- r Hl Johnm a, o e
o- rl liecobiaton Lush, Jotn.O. Cole, Jollhn Wrnde
arts of mischief, unnatural rime, comlinattons Ru te Van
ty, imprisonment of lunatics, mortality in the N. Re ,Jr.
iladelpiia prisons, causes of crime, and the imat- M l en t ati ca
e Christian community. e.ofhns on ia astt 0 e -
ar object, at the present time, to give only a brief mission contnedl r one pa and r.
SReport, we shallnot extend our remarks any Poootest o t.
er, ea select from it some of argument waseconcl-
e may, perhaps, hereafter, ctthe question until te next morng.
facts wluichit communicaites. mYera o ime
.. the Court, John 0. Cole nw
t of ajady with lher child, belonging to this city, edas tothe'inducements to the confessions heretofore made
drowned at Catskill, on Friday, in going on board by St t h
at, proves to be incorrect. The story probably oftheecon s ,
nthe fact of Professor Renwick while attempt- Joim
board of the New-Phiiedphiearwithachildihis f es
sLipped from the platform into the
eugii tthe steam-boat heaped into Ith He
a belonging ,to the .... mto ............^
sustained him and tao child etil the boat was
ni, and tley were all taken in. Mr
aour duty
rs of tho Morning Chrnicle, have addressed a Judge
heir patrons, statlhg; thaIt owing to a variety of and ab
ente caused by the frauds of. others, yr i h
si thoir paper at prsaent; hut that arrangements 15i
,o ensure its future publication. The d
=",Whsipple weel 1e oec n
:e was received here yesterday from Mareille., o s,
of Havana, nine days later thin haa been recee- that oft
*n by the way of Hevrs: a very unusual occur" confidence
rho vyerdct wan rendoe red, ho.
com e~posure, ha meoied
paper called This Soutvenir," hsen omu r
lelphla, It is formed onthe plousof a small m~s-
sing a variety of light roadtig, aed
the number being a sheet folded ih tha qsarto form. fHrther
,bellishod with large engravings--price $2 i0 year. lausuh
hmetard on belnaif of toIe plimnoua
ielphita Greek t-'unds auuounts to T$2-,-. ed w
sets now ply regudarly on the Pennsylvania Uniou Tailmadgi,
ret, Pah ldetplpia mmnml Xonhnnsf
urmteg ;with omnrchamidze of difrent descriptionS. FA
cents pier cvt.. piff vs Anthony I.S
r ies let tato the Ohio eaumat, sthe Licking Souinsnitt,
lang of the Old ultito ; undyl, on time same day, ir v tile r
mant sinai haunchued, starmnuoutit hby areeouo
lZ1,b,',-~t VmWcnnad

hunder1 ,,ao was experienced at Savannah between las 1. QUacke-hos and Nicoll H. inn, survivors
o o, P. Md onSunday last. ThetavrninMar- min De Witt, deceased. Mr. D. B. Ogen opened the -
kept by irs. Kingsley, and thie dwelling hioueotMr; mentrthep. Mr. D. Lord, jr. as eard for thedets,
r CouoSmbia Square, were both struck by lightng, Mr Ogden was further heard for the plaintiffs, and closed the
innited. No lives were lost, atog h all f rrIt,.1
ere at dinmerwerealltr lees, s nedrSaffrdplaintif, vTaddoua Stevens, def-an.
'yland Aininistration Convention aemsibled at Balti- Mr. Stevens was 6ard expaoi the part of the defendant.
'd of ilyd have p ished a long address to the Ordered, That th ourt will aourn to-orrow.
no a the Cheval commencement oas feld at WHEELING, VA. July 21.
I'rMy last, mile noni lrui nosulet
e, mnd Is said to have been attended by a num eoinmos
"iahiabhitants and strangers. boat0,H.Per oned by'Mr; Robert P. Cark ofthis place,
ad degrees. Doctors' degrees wore conferred on the at
Ludlow of Albany, and thIe Rev. Francis Wayland of wasT *ern8 F S sh had b y a
E. 1. veing military stoathcrwNoresic thake b
..paty of WinnebagoIdiansatthesecndattack h.da
WASHINGTON, Jutly 27.' got poskgsion of ot, but th rew aft ars red
lnesdaty the Chevalier Dome Francisco Tacon inns Isube or. ilfvd-o
,ito thei President orfnlae Unuitedl States, by, Mr. Da- bohul dsTe1tk h iear-otMxc,
ofthe Departm.nt of state, un.on lie delivere hi ..fo
ettor as Minister Rlesident from Spain, and wand-es aue n the ca of
the President in that eharicter. clans.Tileml m
nas t ni Poto mnac Biver, opposite Lackld' Fev er l a almaandarero gfort
ich measured threc feet six inches in length and ins
clies in diameter, aud weighed forty-tn pounds, I1Th
ul wdamter,-aut a. match for the Ohio Catfish I Case
said sotnerns-e to 'Seighe over a tundred pondug
said sometimes to weigh over a hundred pounds. ?Htesonl WodncsiNy la".-G02 "




): $SHES-We have to notice a further improveniment in the
S rices of Ashes. Pots commenced selling at $8250 on Mon-
day, and closed yesterday at $85-the transactions were large
; at mtermediate rates. Pearls have been in good demand, but
S" the operations hare not been as large.
S .t .... .. ... .ton 85 .a. ..
P : "earls.... .c ................. 2 0 .. ..a
GGING-Cotton Bagging continues to be neglected.
S lInp.';......;......;......yd-, 22 .23
X.........................." ,..15a.a19
"BEESWAX-Yellow Beeswa' is not in much request. A
Considerable ,ale of \\% hie Wax "Xas made at 40 cents, short
', pceo ..lb.. '28 a .. 29
'm'eflon'.............. 28 a.. 29
h%'hie ........ ......... ...... .. 40 a .. 46
BOTTLE.--On ti. 'Lid tile of Bristol Was made, at 8j,
and p;tentAlVuies at :1 a
Bristol, Porter .... ....... ..grss 9 .. an10
Do. Wine....7....... 7'25 a 7 540
p Pilot......... ......... ..cwt 4 .. a.a ...
N.F y .. ;.-... ..: ... :. 3 a..
r k a .................... .. a
...'.....lb 11 a Il
I d......... ....... ..... ... 1 a 13
o. .l .. .. 60 .. 1
CLOVER SEED........... bush. 10 .. g12 00
S COAL-Oar supplies of Coa I fbr several weeks have been
large. 'he regui ar pi ice. by the cargo for Liverpool have
be n io a 102^!. is ralga! It a I dollsaIs. The, dealers
in m domestic Coal are yardir.-;ali.i oi supply forthe approaching
S iS.erwnool ........... ci.l. 10 .. a....
Virginia.... ..... ........ 6
Lehich and Schuilkil......... 11 .. a..
0OOCOA-The only t-0-10Cio ehave noticed this week,
a ,le ofabont 1SO0bap St. DL.iiingo at8 cta.; 4 months.
;fgSi ahld sit 0a '- It In the other kinds notlmig
Caacca." ... .... lb. ..18 a..20
Triridad.....................1...a: 12
P ^, ~ ~ ~ ~ 8: a..*. -: ^ :
Guaya a. ...... ...... ....: 0 9
.Islande........ .......... .. 8 ,: ..
SSurin m................ ....
COFFEE.-lnpuionatio n. I ba- Cuiba. The transactions
t hi .%Kkhave been sinall at our average quotations of the
list w h'chi e do n1t alter. Prime green Colee isstill scarce;
th 'hit'as^ -he, arrie, are t iken up from 141 a 15 cents, on
. the usual criL of inoniths. The ,an Domingo at market is
S'held torohi to induce shiupers to appear, and the quality is
onvoiildlng to l.u. The sales.as iar as they have come to
SourkAowledge consist of about -10 obblsand 100 bags, part very
S-snperior,.S Ian Domingo, from 13 a 14, 4 months; ot .ubaIooo
"-bagsinferior, averaging 1-1, and ~6 middling at 13; and of La
Gu ya 147 bags-at 14,-72 bags at 141, and 56 ataboutthe same
rates,r4months, andla fewother ainallots without our quoted
,,+ stes,
SCubg LaGuayra,Brazil.&interior..lb .. 11 a ..1 -
-Do. do do., middltng to fair..... 13 a... 13
Do. do. do prun............ 14" a.. 14
Jamaca."-'.................... o3 n
o .. ;L ... ......7.. .... .. 1
Sti n o... ... ....... 3 a .. 13
J ot...,. .....................- ."a- 17
C O F' . .. .. ... 1a).. -31
BnhId ...........,' ..... ....... .. 2

CQ N'd n .Olro L the .21Lrt to the.98th instant.: from
"sN trth C ,, 1 a. 6.5 South Carolina,5%. ;
.: ia + -%Orleans. so-inall, Il.47bales. Since our
; hahiclciarbeisb,-,n ir, tr\ lfairrequest. alesof
de. 4 ocnl to l.lk bal-, at lric previously current
W-a t'idnlisd a bd.Al.as, -t ri'* t. .and Tennesseesand
n dnRin O Olns 10.1100. ies The ou-inesshas beenchiefly
hU-I hnpld and Anabinama., at if to li ants, andcommon Or-
.e-affLt- ce -ts, flIr ceport For homeconsamption,some
fine ULpland', labin-iu, and Ote',-, have beentaken at 11'
teo 13 cent. Liserp&o-uIdiet.,) LJu Lie 13th, received per the.
hip America. -ls -eten, ve a-.l. in Ihat market, at steady
raiea-LUplaride are ,aiotr-d it 5rd to 1d.Atg._-We continue
oar burmerlqUotatiln..
Uplian ds . b-. a 10
New-Orlear-' .......... ..... ... 1 0 a IN
Alabq................ ......... .1
Sescoe lee-T ,)7 .....a....y y 1 a.8
Eo. a" 4. ..4 ., lU,-
S Do fancy, to.............. .. lo
h -irting, brown, 3- 4.... Y ... ... 1 a1
Do. "do. 11 2a 1
Do. bleached ........... .. 1"
SlieL p,.h bro n. 4-4.. .......... .... .1
Do. d ,,. 5 -4 ...... 15 a 17
Do. bleched.l- i.-.......... ..... 4 a 19
Do. do. 5-4......... 17 a20
Pkulida ............... .... 11 16
Drabbei ..... ............... ... 1 1,
",Sl ip sBl 'It olour[i.......... ...... a 12 5 .
ahBed ihck thui' ........ ..... ,, .5
Do. P2lucke-.. ;. ..... .. ,, .
urta"s2-'isa 20
.ans~50 a 100
in ............. ... .. 30 a 150
Saildunet ............ 14 3
Chaiks. 3- .. ............... 14 a 18
Do. 4-4 ......... ..... ...... 1 1 4 18
Do. 4-4, finn ....... 1 ..... 25
Cotton 'arn. No. 5 to 11).. .l.'b 35 a40
,h ,.'1quotel 1 ,
Alo', C .pe ....... 5 a..
Alum ...... .............. .. '35 .3
Anna to.. .. .......... i
timony. craude....... .. a. 8 a
S Aqualbnru duplc ..i. .. .. ""T .T14
Balsa m Ca m ba 2.... a.. ,. "
Bark Lim P.on. .... a-. 6.
Do. Cats n.i...... 3 a .. 14
Borax, crude ... ... .. 12 .. 14
Branstone, roll.... ....... C t '-* 25 a 2 50
Do. crude1.5........... .... E4 a -
'" D o' ssena e- flor.ga ,..u ....... 3 0 0 o ," a a

G al r.'sls .. ....... ... 3 '00 a ..
lau ,crude''' .l... b. .. 0 a 4..
G, n ... .. .. ... ........ ,. I a 1,30,
SCream of1 Tanr...... ,, -. .
Cochineal23.... ..... .. ... .... 3 5 a. 3 6
Coppeams.. .i.. .. a .. _3-
Essence o Brga not..'... 625 a. 3 3,"f;,
Gallsb.. ........ 2-a....2
G. n11 n h 23119 ........ ............ .1. i a9 ,22
u Gla .. al... .c .. .... a -
Do. Asafrie -tidanIh........... Q, a i 20
S Do. Tragacaith..........l... . 30 a .
:D' o. Scan n FI ..... ......... .. a
U. D a O:,:tr ........ ..... ..g. -1 ; a .1 .

+ Do.'eV gl .. ............. .. l "... T1. a .. -
I- A:Iwuanht............""'..... : 16 6 a .. .
F. .. k ...... ..... 3,2"" a .. 35
S Liquorice. -aih.... .. a .. 1
S Madder 1 .. .... a 13
S anra,.Flikey.... .... .. 4. 0 a .. 44
Oil t, Cislor. .. .... .. 1... .. a I a 12
S Do. Vi-ne '........ ...... lb... a ,
SOpiair..... ... .. .. 1. .. a 3 13
; "- Peel 4 a.. ........5..... 9 a 1
: Pink O t Koot. .......... ....... .. ... 6, a e8
.. Q' .ckae ver. .. .. a...... ... 5 4 .. 4
ubarib E. I .... 45
l us tn. p aiL ...... i-. 3 a .O
gfsr-..pinar ... **l** 16 a .. 30
D.lel l.k ... ......... 17 a .. 35
S nakeioot ... .......... 0 .. a ",-25
Soip. C"alile1.0 ........ ..... .- 10 .. 12
'. Verdilns.. ... .... ...2..... .. a9 a 27
* Viinot. Roman ..... .. ......... .. 1 .
*' moa. .. .............. .. "
D. l(-- 'DUCK .
* Russia, 1st iofalu.im' .. l t 2 .. a'.1
Do. 'd.ad No.....' 1* 1 ..
Do. 3d Mdo. .... 4 .. a16 ...
Do half.... .. .. 1 .. 10..y 1 .. a.
.ae ; road..........." 25e.. a. :.50
;; Amenncan, l'lii Milli 7aee-..^ *^
cl-usi helvofedn h liw ,,. N...1lto8,i .. ..
Do. Jy'jactory. No.lt... t .. 1a ..
'*.*.Do. .Passaic Mill, NMo.ites ...,*,I.. a 15 60
t /Do. Cotton, Paterson, I to 10.. .yd .. 211 a .. 42
Diaprr broad. ...... :. PCe . a. ;
Russia. 6heening, wh,'e?.. .. .. i 0
Do do. r,ri."si.. i.i) 10' a ll
DYE WOODS.-The otih bfntwe" ,Jotig in this.article is
hi FuSlic. rid Camtpeiache L-g-neonod. ,n _null parcels, which
ae do not repo'r o thne would bh no ci-triron ofthe-wliole-
sale *nlue. Ther- is but ltit Ie of ethi r hor sale. A small lot
ofCubi Fuett arrived this ,eek. ha. bin sold ai a rate nia
transpired. Nirarragu.a W'ud,, c.ntlnue lu be Lniusual$y dull.
Bra''ll,:.lto ........ .. in a .... "
FPurir. Cuba.... ....n On,. a .7.'. -
Do. plrth4 otu.i....i.. .. a....
iDo. Snaniab Coanli"
D'. Niararaibo... .. '" '0 .. a ....
Do. Tampieo ..... .' U .... "
Do. Poflo Rico........... none a ....
Logwood- Jamaica......... .... o a 23 ..
L.. '51. Domilig .. ....... "I a ....
-" Do -lmondras.... n on' ....
S [D.) > C'amp1:aehi .. .... '." 3i '.. 31
Nicaragui. H-lniCe, . ;0 .. a75 ..
Trum a[o, larger i i ....... .. a 70o...
Coro..'... ". |( ..... ..... 30 a t0..,
Bouine ... .. i i .., s .. ..... "',10 o 3i ..
Cost ... 2J ... ....... ',*5 ". t 30 ..
FISH- We make no alltranon u. dtepyj7e of Fish.
Dr.; Lod ............. ..... ::c(nf 7.i a 4 ..
Scale ... "...+-. .......... i. S '" .3 is a 3 .,
.PickldedOod.................bbl 4 .. a 4 25
.'i Do. salmon'..:..... ...... 15,53 .a .

. "Smoked do '......... .....lb 18
-S.bhhdl ndnedlticu-Me........ bbl .a 8..
~ all ckerel, w .. "_1....... .... 4 a ..
Do. do. No. ..........3.. 3 o .
-Do. do. No. 3. .. .
S" Heings .. ..... ..... "a- .
S Do. mokd.............. box ,S a ...0
" FLOUR-.,he demand for thi ardicle-,'oilinmues. .and N.,.
York may b'consideed is. lithie. t rotm ih Cainal our rr.
ceiptsare unusually sinall, an oailes ol the beit ibrailsi lisve
been made at an ad vrice ol'fs. Iltmio Howsad.s6r(.e i3
lower. SoMe lbitlhter artival o0 iouthm EW fu' wlour h ae

' mde this article dull, trifle-lasss ithran our last quotations.
We quote-
New-York, superfine ...........Ibhl 4 50 a 41 75
Troy. do. ............" 4 62 a ,
Western, do. .............. 4 50 a 4 75
Philadelphia .................... '* 5 15 a ....
Baltimore, Howard-street......... 5 25 a ....
Richmond, City Mills.... ...newo" 5 87 a ....
Do. Country.............. none a ..
Petersburg ............. ...... do a .. .
Alexandria...................... do a ....
Fredericksburg-.............. do a
Scratched and line ............. 4 12 a 4 12
Fine Middling-................. 3 75 a .. ..
Rye Flour..................... 3 25 a 331
Indian Meal.................... 2 75 a 2 87
Do. do. ................. hhd 13 .. a 14 ..
FRUIT-There have been sales of Malaga Bunch Raisins
at $2 371, about 400 boxes-the balance of the parcel is held
at 2 50. Lemons, ii prime order, are scarce, and are selling at
2 02 a 2 75, iu small otas-there is an abundant supply in poor
and indifferent order. Almonds are not abundant, but at this
season there is bit little demand for them or any other fruit.
Raisins, cask-.........-.........cask .... a 7 ..
Do. Bunch................ box 2 371 a ....
Do. do. .............half do. 1 2-5 a 1'371
Do. do. ............. qr. do. .. 621 a .. 75
Do. Bloom-.................box 2 -.. a 2 12
Do. Muscatel................ .... a 25
Do. Smyrna..................lb .. 7 a .. .
Do. Sultana.. ... ............. .. 15 a 10
Sicily Oranges...................box .. n ....
Do. Lemons.................... 2 50 a
Prunes...... ..................... none! .a ..
Almitonds, soft shelled ............. lb .. 10 a .. 13
Do. shelled ..... .,... .. .. 9 t,1
Currants .. ..... .. ........ 10 a .. 11it
Figs, new............../..... .. .. .
Tamarinds.................. ..... .. .. 5
Filberts........... ......... "... 5t a:....
Madeira Nuts .................... .. 4 a .. 8
Beaver, Parchment ............. lb 5 50 a ..
Do. North..................." 4 12 a 4 5
Do. South-......-.......... .. a 3 o
Do. Weet. a....... ........ 3 .. a 5 ..
Raccoon, North & South........ skin 121 a .. 5
Muskrat, do. do ..........." .. 8 a 30
Red Fox........................... .. .. a 1 .
SMartin, Canada.................." .. 6 0 a .. 80
Do. N.West................ I1.. a 1 75
: riins, North.................. .. 30 a .. 40
Do. South ................... 0 a .. 25
Otter, North and South........... 3 a 4 50
Nutria Skins ................... .. 30 a .. 40
Hare Skins, 'Russia grey-........-.. 31 a .. 45
Bristol Crown, 6by 8..... 100 feet 8 50 a 9 50
Do. do. 7by 9........:... 8 50 a 10 .
Do. do. 8bylO........... 8 .. *a 9..
Do. do. 10 by 12... ,..... 9 .. a 10 ..
S Do. do. 10by15........... 13 .. a 13 50
New-York Cylinder, 7 by 9....." 550 a .. -5
Do. do. 8by 10...... .. a ....
Do. do. 1 by ...... 7 a ....
Do. do. 10 by 14...... 9 .. a .. 10
Do. do. 14 by 20...... .... a ....
GRAIN-There has been more enquiry for Western wheat
and an advance of2'cts. has been realized. There is nomate-
rial change in any other article, except a trifling improvwNent
inCorn. Wequote-'
Wheat, Iorthern ............. bushel none a .. ..
Do. ,W estern................. .. 91 a .. 3
Do -Virginia.................. none a .. ..
Do. North-Carolina, new...... 95 .. -a .. 56
Rye .. ..................... .. 56 a .. 58
.O ats- .................. ... ...30 a ..31
Barley......... -......... ... .. none. a ....
Corn, Southern................... .. 49 a .. 52
Do. Yellow; Northern........... .. 56 a .. 58
Do. White, Long-Island........ .. 65 a .. 65
Peas, .white, dry..... :...... 7 bush. .. 40 a .. 50
Do. black-eyed..............bush... 371 a .. 40
Beains per tierce'...."......... 7 bush. .... ....
HEMP-The increased supply, both direct and from the
Eastward, have depressed rates, and sales have been made of
Russia at 195 dollars.
Russia, clean.......;..........ton 195 .. a 200 ..
Out-Shot............. ......... .. .. .. a .. ..
M anilla...... .....i ........ .. 30 .. a ....
SAmenicaq, dew rot.'............. 250 .. a 165 ..
Yarn, Kentucky-................lb .... a ....
HIDES-600 Pcrnamnbucos sold at 10e. 0 ms. to a country
tanner, which is the only transaction to our knowledge-the
principal lot ofRios in market (about 2500) are shipping to Eu-
rOpe by theimporter. No arrivals this week, and thIe stock in
first hands is light.
La Plata and Rio Grande .........lb .. 16 .. 17
S Brazil.. .... .. .- .-- .. .. .. .. .. 11 121
Orinoco.......................... 13 n .. 13f
W. est hIdia......................" .. 101 a a 12
South American Horse..........pce .. a 1 75
HOIRNS--Ox... .................. IoU a .. a20 .
HORN-TIPS ................... 120 7 50 a 10 12
First sort... ................. lb .. 11 a ..12
Second do. 182:................. 10 a ....
INDIGO-There have been no transactions worth report-
ing. No demand for exportation and but little for home use.
At the close of last week, 15 ceroons Guatimala Indigo were
sold at I 37r; 4 months.
Bengal-........... ...........lb 2 25 a\ 75
Manilla............. ............. 1 75 a2 ..
Caraccas......................... 2 121 2 25
Guatainala. ..- ....- -1.-. a 11-
Guatamala..... ............... .. 1 .. a 2 .
IRON-A fair assortment of English Iron has been sold at
77 dollars' old SableRussia at 100;
Pig,,English..........o.... ...ton 50.. a 65..
Do. American:.. --..............." 30 .. a 44 ..
-. hlet ..... ..... ct 6 50 a 6 75
1.16op. A ,mniar.... .. 6 .. a 6 75
Io Lnrlh .......... .. 7 .. a 750
Br.-A r i3.".1.u-3, .... .....t.r11 90 .. a 100 .
b D.,. Ru-.. d'Sablse ... a' 100 .. a 10S 50
; d nr do ... 95 a .. ..
SDo,-Swedes....;.............. 5 .. a 97 50
JUNIPER BERRIES.............lb .. 21 a .. 4
P Pig........... ............. lb .. 6 a 6 06
Bar........ 4 .. ............... .. 6 a .
Sheet........ .... ..... .. ....... 7 a 71
Old..... .. ..-... ........ .. : a ...
LEATHER-lIn ou'jast we noticed a public sale of this ar-
ticle, since which a salifs advertised lbr the 9th August.
Sole, Oak....... ... .. ..... lb .. 22 a .. 26
Do. Hemlock....'............. .. 17 a .. 2
Dressed Upper............... side 1 75, a 2 00
: Undressed do.............;.... 1 50 a 225
Boards, North&River Pine.......M ft. 15 .. a 16 .
Do. Easterni do ......... 15 .. a .. ..
Do. Troy and Albany do.....pee .. 16 a .. 17
Scantling, Pine,'......... .M 15 .. a 18 ..
Do. Oak......-............ 2 0 .. a2 2 ..
Plank, Georgia. Pine......-..... 15 .. a 20 ..
Sldngles; Cypress...-.............M 3 .. a '3 5
Do. Pine....... .......bdle 250 a 3 30
Oak- Timbe'.............. aq. ft. .. 29 a .-: 25
Staves, White Oak, Pipe..........M 4 .. a 45 ..
Do. 'do. do. -Hhd I .......... 33 .. a 34 ..
Do. do. do. Bbl.......... 24 .. 'a 25 ..
Do. Red Oak,, Hhd........... 26. .. a 27 ..
Heading, White Oak........... 43 .. a 44 .
Hoops new. .....-............... 28.. a 30..
St. Domingo.................... ft... 10 a .. 40
Honduras....... ................ .. 71 a .. 10
MOLASSES-Our supplies are so small that an extensive
business cannot be done. A large portion of that which is at
market is inferior, consequently the supply of retailing is not
equal to the demand. -Sales of 50 hhds Trinidad were made
at 36c. 20 hhIds West India at the same, and 100 Guadaloupe
at 35-iese rates are a shade higher than last sales.
Surinam.. .... ..............gal... a .. ..
Martinique and Gaudahloupe....... .. 32 a .. 36
English Islands................... .. 32 a .. 30
Demarara........................ .. 32 a .. 36
Havana and Matanzas..........-" .- 30 a .. 35
New-Olears,.-...'.....'.......... .. 35 a .. 37
Sugar Hose. ...... ........ 44 a ....
NAIL RODS.f......: ..... ton 130 .. a 130 50
NAVAL STORES-In Turpontine there has been-consider-
able doing-the last rates have been fully supported, and for
the new dpin .2 is obtained. Tar has been taken freely at 150.
Spirits of Turpentine has declined to 34 a 35 cents.
Tar------------------.---- .. .. blbl 1 50 a -.
Pitch-------------------------I... .. 75 a c -'
Rosium.....---------------------1... 374 a 1 50
Turpentine; Wilmimngtoit soft...."2 25 a .. ..-
Do. North commnty do...." 1 B0 a 2 .
Spirits of Turpentine........".'.gal. .. 37* a .. 44
OIL-Olive Oil in cases is dull, but in casks it is in demand.
Sales oefAm. Linseed at 70 a 31; Duich at 78; Whale at 31.
Florence,.30 flasks .............box 6 .. a 0 25
French, 12 bottles .........basket 3 50 a 4 25
Olive" .. .... .................... gal. 1 1s2 a 1 18
Linseed, American................ .. 70 a .. 71
Do. 'Dutch-............".'-.... .. 78 a ...80
Whale ......................... .. .28 a .. 33
Sperm. Summer-.................." .. '59 .. 60
; Do. Winter................... .. a8 a .. 70
Liver, Shore.................... bbl 12 .. a .. .
Do. Straits.................... 14 .. a 15 ..
Red Lead-.....................cwt 9 50 a ....
White Lead, dry........:1........ ".12 50 a 13 50
*Do. do. English, gr. in oil-..... 12 50 a 13 50
Litharge, fine-..................... 7 50 a 7 ,75
Do. 'coarse.................. 7 50 a ....
Ochre, Yellow,' dry............... 3 25 a 3 50
Spanishi Brown, dry.............. 2 .. a 2 25
Do. .* do. ground in oil......lb ,. 5 a .. 6
Varnish, bright and black........gal .. .. a .. ..
Vermilion, Chinese......-......... lb .. 87* a .. ..
Lampblackr....................... .. 6 a .. 8
Whiting, English...............ewt 1 874 a ,+.. ,.
Do. Nassau county..........." .. 90 a I "^
Paris White, English.',........... 2 25 a 2 50
"Do. do. Nassau county....... i2 25 a 250
-Chalk ..........................ton 3 .. a S ..
PROVISIONS.-We have to notice a still further advance
of both Beer and and Pork: prime Beef has sold as high as 8
dollars, and the.stock is reduced to a few hundred barrels. In
'mess and prime Pork, the tranisactions have been ntore exten-
sive, and at an iriprovemento of 25 cents. Lard is not as much

ought tor.
BeefMess.....................bbl 9 .. a 9.S50
Do. Primenewn....,............ 7 50 a 8 .
Do. Cargo ....................... 4 75 a 5 ..
Butter, firkin New-York .........lb .. .. a ....
Do. Philadelphia, No. 1....... .. ,. a...
Hog's Lard..................... .. 7 a 9
Perk, MeBs........ ...........,bbl )9 75 a 13 ,,

SDo. Prime ... .......... 7 62 a 8 .. DomesticCotton Gools-............ 367 packages.
'Do. Car'go'...................." 7 75 a 6 50 Dye Woods, Fustie................ 59 tons.
Hams, Virginia-... ... ........... lb .. 10 a .. 11 Do.........Logwvood.............. .. tons.
Do. North River. ............... 10aDo... tolls.
Cheese, Amrerican ... ............ 61 a 10 Do .........Nicaragua............ .. tons.
RICE-Imsortation 149 tierces, 3: half do.-This article Flour, wheat...................... 29027 brls. 50 Ido.

continues to be very dull and but few sales effected, probably. Do. ..rye---------............555 brls-
about 200 tes; the weavel has pretty generally appeared, but Gin, American_--..-........ .... 51 brls.
has done as yet but little damage to the Rice. There is no foreign ............ *...... .... pipes. -

SALT.-Or supplies, particularly Liverpoolare vry abn- ................... ... 07 rkias.
eaLtmarke suppliesqparticully Lno n rpoolbinenry hih- ""Na .--7 gee.
dant-ni lot of 7000 bushels of ground, was sold at 38 center. Naval Stores. .................. 558 I.
Turk's Island................bushel ...55 a .. 57 Oilihl ....... ............... .. tierces, 65 br
Isle of May .......... ... .. 54 a .. i. D io. olie....................... .. ba sets.
St. Ubcs ................. 3 a 57 Pork.......................... 1001 bris.
Cadiz............ ... ......... .. a i r Pepper-k-......... .. ................ .5 bh ags.
dat t otof700 usel o goudwa sidat38ce Pse.pNpe Sre ............. ...558bags.

Lisbon .................. .... ... 5 a o54 Pim enla .......................... .. bags.
Liverpool, ground .............. .. 38 a -. 40 Rice...'............................ 113 tcrs.35halfdo
Do. blown............... 35 a 37 Ruin, Amnerican...---.... 50 brls.
Do. do. ..............sack 2 15 a 2 20 Do...foreign-......................, 52 hhds.
SKINS-- Shinglt.......................... 50 M .
Deer, in hair, winter ...........lb 10 a .12 Silks............................. 27 packages.
Do. do. summer.. ........ .. 1 a .. L ........................... 241m) boxes.
Do do. suunmuser .........'...12 a ..- 15 Soati .t- 211 sxs
Do. shaved ..................... .. a .. Stavesand Headinug............... 185 M.
Hair Seal, salted-..-..........-.. .sli 30 ait 1 .. Sugar,'white Havana............... 40 boxes.
Fur duo 2. .... ..... ..... 2 Mt a .. 'Do.. thrown ..do................. 271 boxes.
Goat, Mogadore .................. ..5 a .. 50 Do.... muuscovado................. .. hhds.
Do. Cape de Vcrd .......... .. 28 a .. 45 Do... -domestic refinmed............ .. cwt.
Do. C raecoa ......... ....... .. 37 a 5 Tea, Imhnperial ..................... 13r6 boxes.
Do. Madras and Calcutta...... .. 23 a :t Do.. Young Hysons................. boxes.
Bcer, North and South............. .. .. a 3 .. Do.. Hyson..- ................. 30 boxes.
Do .Bl a. ..................... .. boxes.
SPICES-At the Eastward there hava been sonie arrivals of DO .......217 boxc.
Pepper, and more are expected. -o-cxs. 4
Cassie, itt nats---.............. lb -. 27 is 9 'Tobao o, Americeas, leaf.f........ 14 l ihds. 402 bales.
Cloves-.......- .. ..... ...... 0 0 i 65 D ........to-. mainufiuctured. 201 kegs.
Ginger, race-...'................. .. .7 a Do..j.-... foreign-.................. IIIt bales.
Pure do. ground.........-....... 8 a 1 Wheat--------------------------bushels.
on......... ..... .... ... .. on ........... 100 cw t.
Cinnanton a .... Whas
Nutmegs ....................... a 1 40 W hi ey -..... ..................... hhds. 20 brls.
Pepper........................ 18 a .. 20 ....
Pimento, Jamaica-................ t 23s a .. M, PRICE OF STOCKS-Friday, Jaly 27, Tis o'clock.
SPIRITS.-In our last, we noticedla sale of Bordeaux at S i u
108 cents; since which, the holders have been more firm, and PUBLIC STOCKS.
enmall lots have been run off at 112I-the same is asked for offeredasked. offered.asked.
Seignette. Sales of Jamaica Spiritsmhavebeen made at 112a. 1813 1 .... U. States Threes 86k ...
114cents. Inotherdescriptionis,therehasbeenbutlittledoing. U. S. Sixes 1814 103 1031.
Brandy, Otard's................gal 1 50 a ... 85 1048 .... Canal Sixes, 1837 ........
Do. Seignette- ... ....... 1 a 1 10 O Fives 181120 4 ...... Do do. 1845 ....
Do. Chapron&Guninonneat's.." 1 10 a 1 15 Do. ives 1821 .. Do Fies, 187 ....
Do Bo~au .... ..... .. I 11 1821 .... .... Do Fives, 1837 .... .
Do. Bordeauxl................ 1 08 a 110 183t........Do do. 1845 ........
Do. American- -.......... ". 40 a .. .. U.S. 4 & 18312 ........ Corporation Sixes iu00 ...
Whiskey, Rye, in hhids............. .. .. a .. 1833 --.... ... Do Fives, 1850 ........
Do. do. inbbls-............ a -2 Excihang. do .... .... .... Do do. 1831.. .
Do. Apple ............- ...... .. 30 a .. bn y do. 7 r t
Rum, Jamaica, 4tlt proof-......... 1 05 a 1 12 Albany do. pr.ct t........
Do. St. Croix, 3d do ........ .. 90 a .. 87 BANKS.
Do. Antigua, 3d do ......... .. .. a .. 85 United States.... 1201 121 Phenix ................
Do. Windward Island, 3d proof.." .. 80 a .-.. New-York ...... ... 1-22 Franklin ....... .... ....
Do. New-Eigland, 1st proof..... .. 35 .. 39 Manhattan ...... 1,- ll4 North River... .... .21
Gin, Holland, Schiedam, lt do.. .. 90 I .. Merchmuts ...... 105 100 Tradesmen's.... .... 1090
Do. Swan, (Micder) do....... 1 06 a .... Mechanics ...... ........Chemical........... 113
Do. Country.. ..................- 34 a .. 42 .Union .......... 99 100 Fulton........ 42 421
STEEL- America-........ !5 95 L jDela.&Hud Ca.Co..... 9421
German...................... lb .. t a .. 12 City........... 98 O eDryDock....... 701 71
E n g lish -.. ... . . .. . 11 a .. 14 M A R IN E IN S U R A N C E C O M P A N IES.
Trieste, ins box--------------. 7 a 7. 7- 7CNwnoM S.
Am erican-...................... 5 a .. 5 e .rk---. .... ..t110 U nion s -...... ... .80 .
SUGARS-The transactions in Sugars the past week have Hope- -......... 1 A tan .... ... ...
been large, and in almost all descriptions the sales were more A r-n ------104t 1041 Mohawk......... .
Ameica 02.1....- Niagarai---------7941 801
extensive than we are in the habit of noticing. Inbrowni Ha- NAm terican 10 Negara .. ... .7 "7 0 8
vanas the sales cannot be loss than 1500 boxes, at prices vary- patonal ....... .... 103 Neptune ...... 70
ing from 9} to 10 1 cts, prineitally for the refiners and for ex- aeih--- ...-... 6) 70 La ayette .... .... ....
prt-the stock now in market is reduced below 1000 boxes. I FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
The supplies ofWhite do not admit of any transaction worth Mutual......... .... ... Jefferson...............
ofnotice. In Porto Rico's the sales have been large, upward Washington........... Sun ................
of 200 hhds were taken at from 81 to 91 cts. About 400 bags -Eagle .......... 1221 125 Greenwich ......... ....
Brazils were taken at 10i a 101 cts. and 400 Browns at 41i a 601, Globe.............. United States.. 101 ..
short price. In St. Croix and New-Orleans the sales have Franklin ............... Contribtdtiomtsnii 1
been extensive, several hundred hhds ofthe latter were sold Mechanics'-..... 57 1 60 Etna....... 3 195
during the week at 8 to 81 cts. and many of the holders refuse Merchants'..... 102v .... Protection -........ 40
to aell at those rates. Fulton......... ]l.-1 1161 Tradlers'......... 92 ....
British Island....................lb .. 8 a .. 10 Manhnattan ..... 11.i 115 Tradesuiens'.. 8.I t15
St. Croix.............. .........." 9 a i Mercumtile ..... 7G 82 Huward.. .. i1" 100
New-Orleans-..................... .. 7- a .. 9 Nor-:h River..... 116 .. .. Canal..............
Havana, White-................... 12 a .. 14 Farmer's Loan.. 93 96 Hudsoh..............
Do. Browni..................." .. i- a .. 10 Life mand Fire.... .... .... La Fayette ..... 87 9jil
Do. Muscovado.............. .. 7 a .. 10 Chatham....... 831 87 American Fire..........
Porto Rico....................... .. 8 a .. 10 Equitable-....... .. ... Fir en 's...... ....
Brazil, W hite-..................... .. 111 a .. 12 P1 hem ix-.. .... 10.11 ... Orange ........ .... ....
Do. Browne .....-................ .. 0 a ... ...
SManilla Brown................... .. a .. .. N. Y. Gas Lt. Co. 139t 1 1.10 N. Y. Lombard.-..........
Lumnp............................ .. 15J a .. lt Do. Lombard .. ... .. U. States do..... .......
Lost--.......................... .. 171 a .. 18 Witer Works-... NY. Loan Co............
TORTOISE SHELL............. lb .... a N. Y. Coal Cont... .... ... Morris Canal.... 7t01 74
TOBACCO-Sales of this article have been very much mag- N. Y.&Schutyl. do-. .... .... Merch. Exchange. 108l 1090
nilicd. We hear of 950 hlids, at private sale since our last re-, D).&O. S. Boiats-... W.... Washi. Bank. Co........
port--lmrt of which goes to tIhe Conitinent part to the Medi-
terranean, andipart to the 'est Indies. The prices were -l, Western Ins. Co.. ... ...0. C. 6 percent...........
4, 5 &5 cts., tie principal sales were 41 a 41; allabove were Duoclhess do (to .... .- do 5 do .... wl 95S
selectnedl tiiin"--unnd loinG-orgih t t1 et. ~~,t sd.uonl atl- Orog do r do .... D.x & R. Canala............
At auction 54 hhds Kentucky sold from 2- a 5,, averig, .1 ctI lto. 1 ii, do .- -.... Morrin C. & ank atio> 70
There is no advance in this article. The sale were to a per- Mwiom.l.d o do .... Hoboken Bank...........
son who made these arrangements some time back, but we Brooklyn do do. .... .... Frank. Bank, N. J. ........
see nothing to cause an advance. Wem quote saute- Do. (ums Lt. idon. .... Louisiana do ............
Kentucky ..................... lb .. 3} a it L. Island lBank..... .. I Do. Full .... ........
Richm ond-...................... .. 4 a .. O6 -
Petersbu -g ....................... .. 3 a 061-
Georgia -.-..................."-: a 41 N. YORK PUBLIC SALES
Cuba..to........................". 10 a 17 FOR THE PAST WEEK.
St. Domingo................. 10 a .. 15
N. Carolina....................... .. 3 a .. 41 BY W. F. PELL& CO.
TEAS-It is the season fora dull business, and we do not July o21-Bark, 74 bales Simnarouba, 4 ins...Ib. 4 .
recollect a time when they have been more neglected than at Ginsenug 4 bales cash--------------- .-
pre .se t. 21-Wine, 25 Ind. brls Hcrmitnige, cash...gal. 34
Imperial......................... lb 1 15 a 1 45 10 do Cette Madeira, do.. ." 60
Gunpowder-......................" 1 15 a 1 445 BY M. HOFFMAN &d SONS.
Hyson............ ............ 9 a 1 25 t July 21-Tanmarinds, 18 bris. cash......... lb.. 3 .
Young Hysoa........... 75/; a 1,25 VA* Young yskin...................... .... 50 a.. 80 Y A. S. GLASS & GERARDS.
Hysaon Skin----------------.. S0 a .: 80 Jm/, 23-BOTTLES, at3 moe
Souchongo........................ .. 51 .. 4 8 0 10 hampers Bristo l Porter..... gross 8 37 .
ongo........................... 3 a .. 21 do. patent Bristol Wines.- "- 7 75 8 121
BabIes............................ 28 a .. 30 6 do. bright do do........." 8 .. 8 371
TWIN,. E-. 53 do black do do........." 7.. 725
.Seine, 24lb--------......-...-. .lb .. 3 a .. do. Claret--......... ....... 5 621 .
Sewing.. ......... ............. .. .. 30 a 40 4 do. Pinta-do..- .
India ....................... .. 18 a 20 13 crates bright Soda.. .. ....... 5

W N S g r . . h ; o 2 ~ ,! o e : . .. 3 +5 a .
I S-Same as last week-nothing doing in the lower 4 do. black do................. 487.1
qualities, beingrather out of season. We continue old rates, 3 do. bright 8 oz. flat Druggists'...7..77 7 .
although nominal. 12t-Corks, 50 bags common, cash............ 30 31
MadeiraeWie in pipes, 3 g 5 a 3 50
hhds and qr casks -m 2 a ATESr OF INSU I ANCE.
Shecrry Wue------------1 55 a. 'il Tola ISRNE
herry Wt n............... 10 0 a 150 T0 a port in Great Britaun and Ireland......... 1{ i

Lisbon........................... 1 25 a 5o To a port is France -....... .... ..... 14 a 11
Corsica-.......................... .. 55 a Dts. do. aid back to the United States.. 2 a 3
Sicily Madeiraa................... 2 To a portin Holland..................... 2 a 21
Cataona------------. s S T D. and back to thle United States.... 4 a 5
Callsonia......................... .. 9a .. 50 aT s" .. ... 4 a 3
Champaigne....................do 15 .. a i .- o or in Sw'eden or Denmark... .. 2 a
Claret- ................. .. Do. do. and back to tIne United States. 3 a 1
Do ala mSweer. ................. .. 60 oa .a T o aort in thme Baltic .. ... ......... 2 a 21
Do Dr.. 60 a 21 o and back to the United States....... 3 a 4
Do.ol To Lisbon or Gibraltar-............-....... %. j- -. .
Merino, American FleeceD........ lb 35 a 45 Do. do. and hack tothe United States.- 2 a 3
Mixed--.......................... .. .."M a .. 40 T0o ort or ports in the Mediterranean....... 1 a
Common .. a 20Doa. do. and beck to the United States.. 3 a 4
Pulled, SpinuUng................... .. ". 16 C 28 To Madeira, or Western, or Cape deVerd Isles 1i a 11
American, Hatters'.. ............. 20 a .. Do. do. do. and bck to tho U. States.- a 3

Amrcn ]:ihatters'---------. 0a o 10Tor Cromn, prhiet Inlatd ~an rUnot
FREIGHTS are, if possible, more difficult to obtain tian anto irect......................... 2 a.
even our last notice of them-to Liverpool or Havre direct, it Do .out and home..................... a 4
is difficult to fill up a vessel with Cotton. One or twvo veses Batava, or any one t port in the Indian Ocean 2 a 2k
have been taken it to load ad call at Havre for orders, and td e.................. 31 4
if they discharge there to receive to 1 cent per lb. and To io Janiere, lhernmambuco, or anty 0o 10 port
if they proceed to Liverpool, a halpitenny-lid to Liverpool is i 'te "Brazils-......................... a 11
as lownras has been accepted, but the ships do not & ovr Do, do. do. uind back to the U. States.. 3 a :1t
s. wayich is refused. aTle rate iamd aove fo r Havre, is a To u u ios Ayres. or Montevideo............. a
oveimisreinsc ''li rate miimeds........ a u r 9Bre D, i nl wdo.aindmack to th. e United States.... a
lown as we even reollect quoting.. The 'only demand for vewi i nis- s to E e 3 at a
sets at present appears to. be lr taking Tobacco to Europe 'o iracuo ........................... a 4
from James River-40s. is offered, but the owners refuse those Ver --------------------------3 a 4
low rates. Laignira, Porto Cabello, or any one port on
To Liverpool- Sterling. time Shanish in _. ,, *------------------a 2
Cotton s.......l................. lb .. I d .. 1- Do. (it r r Out nit od m--c............ 3 a 4
Tobacco-........................bnd ia. 35s. Vall.raisoCoquimbooroneortwoportsiu
As.hs...... .ton 25 a .. t o PacifcrOcean.. .... ... .. ....... an 4 a
ce .-tio.rc 9s a 10s... Duo. out and hiome--........... .. 5 a, 7
Naval Storesrl................ bbl : a c Is 4 .on waleships to Copstofi'ale a, onlie nr5. 7a St .-
To the Continent- Sterling.1a o D. n3 tsmerif Oc8ceh tr---- have b- limit- e
Cotton..-.-.........................lb w C n a Toa llt orty tei.Windward n Wemet indi psla'iid lu I in o
Tobacco-......... ........-... ...-.. 40 ..edii]ulde .1 .. D o. ourami Itronei r-- -- -------- 21 a s .
Ashes- -.................. pton 30Ss. a 37s a a. wluls liberty to t uen l at o. o mo.re
Rice-------------------......-h.oirse 55s a -. ... P~i-adtoil-. ...... .
Sugas.a...y ..........po......h 40 i FLoa rt ino Cuba, Jamaica or Sr. Domingo.. 11 a 2
SAILORS-Same as last week. Do. ourkt d amidT~ home----------------3 cm 31
Prime 11 aj2|I Ordinary 9 a 101I Coasting 13 ai 14 Ta any one 0oh the: Bainmes. .........*..1 \ aa 14
EXCHANGh1on .England is a shade higher luau last week; To or from Bermtudas............ 1 al .-
a To on France........................ To.orfrom N--sa h. t am It
Bhlls on London, 60 days-----------..-9ia 10 lbrDo outandhome- touch al---------- a 3
Do. France-m.a.................... 5 15 a ci 0 t To or trom Charleston, Savannah, or Darifing T a o
Do. Amterdarmn................ .. "88o se. s lwIo or from Wilmington, or North Carolina, adn
Do. Boston, at sight-..-----------ara .over Oc................ct o ke ar-----------------l acm
Do. Philadelphia do.............--para .. dis To or ionsa port in hcCheariipakeBay *.; a}
Do. Baltimore do--------------.. .. ia. do; '10or from a port mu t -e Delsawara Bay-....1 cm I
Do. Richmonedi do............. .. I a ..I1 do I To on from a port in Rhiode Islamn] on Cooneeti-
Dim. N. Carolina do...-.-..-.-..-.-..-.S5a ....do emict..-.-..-....--.-.-.-..-.-..-...-.-..-.... *
Do. Chamrlestoni do............. .. lle .. .. do To r from a port itt Massachaoets-----------. i Do. Savanmnaim, sight--------------.2 a .. 2 do To lor from a tort in Maine or Nea-Ianmshriro. -i al
Do, New-Orleans, do--------------1 rr .. 3 ds ru Io or from Ilalifax------------------- ... .. .. ta
Anserican Gold--------------------S. ..51 6ipro For vessels emuployed in oausitig lu-ado its sumi-
English do-----------------------a. .n tire imer anonthsa.. .(perm mtm.l-----------------..
Sovereigns and hneamy Guineas---------0 iia... 9ipre Do, in wsinter mouths------------------..
Spainishr Dollars-------------------.lO100.i .101 Do. wvirh liiberty to go to Europe, this Baltic
Cnirolus do-----------------------. .; a -- not insclnmdd. .... ... .. ....... .... .
Doubloons----------------------..... t. 16.0li-05 Do. wshiole year roummnd.........-.-.........10 a 13
5Do Patriot.................--15.35al10.05
Experts fr-am I/nc 191/A to the 25th af July, ]827. Frausm the Baltimore Patriot.
Ashes, pot---------------------.. 41 tome COFFEE- Tuii impiorts nare 10,000 Ibb in bmmilt sod 40 bsgs
*Do.... .pearl...................... 12 tons' from Gortaive, Time public sales consist of 500 bags St. Dy-
Beef, piclbed--------.............-069 brls,~.h 26rnlf do mingo at 13 cts. per lb. The tramniactiotus hsase beenm limsitedh
..Do.. .samked....... ............. 223 cwat. |anithuout anmy tendeency to imprumos'-ement in prices- exclusis'e of'
Bees' Wax---------------------... 90eww. I theshs a-cB werave justr noticed. we uniderstandi that some tpar-
Boards, Plank, &c-................-5 M. feet. I eels of no rear insportance hiss-i beems takes for exportatiomi
Brandy, American-------------------- -ppe,. brie. a1 a sade below our cmurremicy.
Bun? -. .foreign----.-....;......... 40 pipes. FLOUR-Howavrd Street remains without alienation, This
otsr---------------------.....-..-tk's,1006kegs. receipts are very short of *thte'estimuatei] consumuptionm of the
Calidles, speums...................480 boxes. city. and the stock on hand is but triflitig. The other kiunds
W...... tallow-----------------..288 boxes, tell slowalyat our quotations. No change its ('urn Meal.-
v55i-------........................-..has. -..mats The Inispection fo1r thine nast week amouints to 071 inhiole. asnil

cheese ........................... o cwt. balf bbs Howard-street- 4833 -wolie, and 164 half bblsCity
Cocoa............................ 44 bags. Mills, and other Flour. 6f which 1t09 bbls came down the
Coffee............................ 3358 cwt. Susquehanna.
Corn---------n; e ............. 30390 bndshels. MOLASSES-No import. Thie public sales consisted of 30
Corton Ameria- "--a--d.... 577 leds. 5, 5brIs. hhds ofgood quality at 34c.; some imibrior 30e. and 18hlids Cu-
DCton, Amerian, Up land. 5771 bales. ba go0d at 33 cts.-these are the only transactions that limuve
Do ........do ... ll... It .. bales. come to our knowledge sinceour last-good retailingmqualities
Do do all o he.......... ......... ...bales, continue very scuarcec, and would probably bring more than
DO.... oureign......-.- .............bales, our highest quotations.

77C follomving con- JMaine-continucd. Pennsyl'a continued
po0e the banks in Portland i Lancaster 1
this city, and arc Cumberland do York
all at par: Gardiner tdo Gettysburg do
BnnkofN.York, par Kennebumk do Brownville I
Bank of Amer'a, do Lincoln do Cliambersburgh 1
U. S. Branch bk do 9aco do Carlisle do
Franklin bank do Waterville do Pittsblurgh do
Tradesmens' b. do Winthrop 1 Reading do
Mcrclianta'.bk do Grcensburgh do
Chemical bmnik do N. HAMPSHIRE. Farm's &.Mec's do
N. River bank do Cheshire i Centre -
City bank do Concord do Huntingdon broke
Phoenix bank do Coos do Meadville do
Manhatan bank do Exeter do Marietta do
Mechanime' ank do Hew-Hampsliire do Jiniata do
Union bank do Union do Greencastle do
L. Island bank do Stafford do Bediord do
Del. & Hnd. bk do Portsmouth do Reaver do
Dry Dock Co. do Rockingliam do Washington do o
Fulton bank do Grafton do Uniontown do
Connecticut Rivere i Aricultural do
State. Albany Ia Silver Lake 2,
BankofAlbany do MASSACHUS'TS. Westmoreland do
Mech. & Far. do do Boston banks ai
Com'lb. Albany do Manuf. &Mec's I DELAWARE.
Newburgh do Pacific Nantucket 1 Laurel
Coluinb.Hudson do Plhanjix. at do -. i.. .... do
Middle District do Agricultural \' ii,'." &
Dutcless Co. b. par Beverly do Brandywine do
Orange Co. a Bedford Com'l do Farmers' b. &br. do
Greene Co stop'd Commercial do Smyrnai do
Catskill i Deddham do Brauch, Milford do
Troy do Essex do
Farmers', Troy do Gloucester do MARYLAND.
Mohawk do Huampshire do Baltimore banks.
Utica n LnI Mechanics do Port Deposit -
Utica Branch do Mechainics' do Som. hr. Snowh'l -
Geneva do Franklin i do doBr. Prin's Ann-
Auburn dIo Mcre'-ants' do Frederick Co. I
Ontario do ,Marblebhcad do Hav re de Grace do
Central do Merrimac do Hagerstown do
(Cieiaisg". do Newburyport do U op'r,-MnrlhWo' do
P'lattsburghi no sale Plymouthi do \ stmiister do
Niagara 1 l Pawtucket d(o Elkto do
Jeflerson Co. Salem do Cumberland broke
Wash.&Warron 1 Springfield do Farmers' & br's,
Barker's Ech'ge -'Iaunton do Annapolis 1
Rochester I Union do Caroline, Denton -
Lansingburgh par Worcester do
Canandaigua j Falmouth do COLUMBIA DIS.
Mcndon do Mrebh. b. Alex-
CONNECTICUT. Ware 'do andria broke
Hartford I Commer'l,$aletm do F-ranklin (tdo
Plhoenix do Hampden do B. of Colnamb. 2025
Middletown ia Mechanics 1
Bridgeport par Far's &. Mech's do
Eagle 7ao80 VERMONT. Union 1 do
Derby broken Burlington 1 Central do
New-Haven I Montpelier 1 Washington do
Do. Mechanics' do Windsor do Patriotic do
New-London do Brattleborouglh do Mefropolis do
Union do Rutland Alexandria do
Stonington do Bk of St. Albans do Farmers' do
Norwich par Potomac do
Thames I
Fairfield Co. do N. Jer. Mannf. & Va. b. & branch. ial
B. Co. Hoboken par Farm's do & do do
RHODE-ISLAND. Kr The bills ofthis Valley do
Eagle i bank are received Br. b. Leesburg do
Bristol do in all the banks of do Charleston do
Commercial do this city at par. do Romne do
Freeman's do Hoboken Bank'g N. W. bank 5
Agric'l&Manuf. do & GrazingCo. k.
Rhode-Island do State b. at Tren- N. CAROLIf.
Burrillville 1 ton broken Newbern 5
Cranston I Pr'ot'n & Lomb. do Cape Fear do
Exchange do Camden State Bank and
Franklin do State b. Newark par branches do
Kent do do Elizabetht'wn do
Landholders' do do Morristown I S. CAROLINA
Manufacturers' do do N.BrunswickpariCharleston banks \i
Merchants' do N. Brunswick I
Newport do Morris Canial do GEORGIA.
N. E. Comp. do Franklin, J. City Augusta 2*3
Narragatniset do stopped Darien 20ri9
N. Kingston do Paterson I State b: Sava'h 2jS3
Mount Hope do do People's b. do Planters' do
Pawtucket do Newark Ins. Co. par Bank of Macon do
SProvidenmoe do Trenton B. Co. do
Phonix do Comm'l. Anmboy OHIO.
R. I. Union do Jersey City stop'.' Columbus
R. I. Central do Sussex I Stoubenville d
R. Williams' do Washington do Chillicothe do
Smnithlield Union do Mount Holly do West'n Reserve dlo
Do Exchange do Cumberland do Marietta d1.
Do Lime Rock do Salem S. Mill & St. Clairsville. do
Seituate do Bank'g Co. IMount Pleasant rio
Union do Monmouth I New Lancaster .do
Warren do Canton do
Waslhinton do Farm's & Mec'a do
Hope do Plhiladelphiabks par MISCELIAIN'S.
Village do Chester Co. i B. of|U. Caunica at
Cumberland do D)elaware Co. d(o Kingston broke
Farmers', Lan'r do Do at York 2
MAINE. Harrislhurghli do Other hanks,Caun. I
Castine broken Norristown do B. o'f Kentucky -
Wiscaset do Eastoi do Do Tennossoo -
Hall. &, Augusta do Germnantown do Nashville bank -
Kennebec do Northampton do N.Orleaisbanks3a4
Paseurnaquoddy do Cohimbia Br. Co do Natchez do
Augusta i N. Hope Br. Co. Mobile tfi
Bangor do necemission broke Tombickbee Oa
Path ] Far. bank, Busks 4 Michigan 1
MIistaori of the Silk/ laImfacturlv.-From McMNlon's Gar-
dener's Calender:
About the year 551, two Persian monks, employed as mis-
sionaries in some of tIe Christian churches established in In-
dia, penetrated into the country of Seres, or China. There
they observed thle labors of thie silk worm, and became ac-
quainted with the art of working up its productions into a va-
riety of elegant tibrics. They explained to the Greek Em-
peror at Constantinople these mysteries, hitherto unknown, or
very imperfectly understood in Europe; and undertook to
bring to lthe capiital a sufficient number of these wonderful in-
sects. This they accomplished, by ccMvcying thile eggs of'ithe
silk worm ini a hollow cane. Thiey were hatchet, and aftir-
wards fed with the leaves ofa w'1.l .1.. ii "' ..i,
plied and worked in the sano i..n... .. i.. .....
w .ere they first became the li.e .. ..'...*. ,.. ,.. 2
care. Vast numbers of thce i. ........." ,
freunt parts ofGreecce, piMricula .. I,. i .- ... .* -
cily afterwards unidert'ook to br. .l -i '.... .. .I ,.
success, and wasa intitated from timeco time, in several ttowns
ofItaly. In all these places, extensive manuhiictories were
estabitishlte hsilSilk of' domestic Iroduiletion.
From the reign of Justisian, it was mostly in Greece, and
some oftihe adjacent islands, that silk worms are rearedl.-
Son after the conquest ofConst:intinop live by thile Venetil.ia,
in thle year lh.1, they attempted the establishment of the silk
manufacture in their dominions; and in a short trime.tlhe silk
fabrics of Venice vied withli ltose of Greece and Sicily.
About thie beginning of thi lburtocrinth ccntuiv, the Flo-
rentine malufactures ofsilk became very considerable. It
was introduced much later into France the nmaunufieturoe of
silk though considerably encouraged by Henry iV. not having
been fully established thIere, til! undertLouis XIV. by Colb-'rt.
"It is an established & well known fact, that botli tlihe wvhlite
and black mulberry trees grow as well in almost every part of
the United States, as in any country on earth; and also ihat
silk has been raised and manufactured into a most excellent
fabric, under the direction of the great. and venerable patriot,
and friend 6f ninkindl, Dr. liieni amin Franklin. That to use-
fiul a pursuit should boe suffered to die away, in ait countlrv as
well adapted for it asany country in the universe is as e\tra-
ordinary as it is unfortunate and injuroust to the real interest
oftlhe nation.
M OLASSES-50h ldnllMolass8 s, of goIl quality, for sil by
Jyt28 JOSEPH OBORN, 51Soullth-silret.

t/tMP-Salesa 20 tow clear, t0 a 2W0: 10 do outshot, 300
a 205. There has been a steady demand for Honipt during tihe
week, and prices nrc nown more steady. Some lots ofsuperior
quality are held from 5 to $10 higlnher than our quotations.
HIllDES-Sales of 10,000 dry Caleuttas, a fair liot, at 40c. on
a loog crediit ; 300 Pernambucos at 111,30 months, and several
parcels West India at 8 a 9Ic. 6 months.
MOLASSES-We have no material change to notice on
prices. The sales have been very limited this 'week. About
-40 hblids Havana disposed of at 301, 0 mos.-choice retailing
..; ...... 1 .... ,1
I'I.' ,'jI.'I,.- 'rhe market has axperianced an iinprove-
ment in prices from our last. Sales of several Inndredi bbls
B',r F pt.i niially No. 2, have been effocted ata advance on
Sr .. No. 2 and 3 Beefis scarce; and the ,I.- L..
looking tbrward to a further rise. Sales of 800 a i ',, I -"j
Western Lard ait O9c. ieIr lb.
SALT.-The arrivals of Salt have been heavy and prices
have declined accordingly. Sales of 800 Ihhds hvica at 3 50,
and a cargo of Turks Island at 3 75 ; at auction ot Monday,
1000 hlihds coarse Liverpool advertised, 1O0 only sold at 3-, 6
ins; and on hnirrsjay 350 do Lisbon disposed of' al 3j, 4 ms.
SPIRITS.-A sale of 50 pipes Seignette Brandy Ihas been
made during ,he week at 108, 6 n0s. and sone small parcels at
110; a lot ofW. I. Rum, 4th prooi, for export, at 85 cts.; and a
parcel of St. Thomas at 73; St Croix continues to be taken by
the trade as wanted, for 85 a 87c.; Whiskey reinians without
change on price; 1S5 eighth casks ofCcteo Madeira Wine was
disposed oh by auction at 40 a 45; 20 casks Lisbon at 78c. and 6
pipes of Port at $1; about 200 boxes Mont d'Or Wine at 25 a 1
80; and 174 do St Georges at 160 a 150 per box.

From tile Boston Courier of July 23.
ASHES-The transactions during the week have been con-
siderable in Pots, Pearls are less sought after, and but small
sales are effected. We do not alter our quotations.
FLOUR-The market for this article still remains very
inactive, and we are obliged to reduce our quotations a shade
fur most descriptions, to conform to the'limited sales. The
stock of Howard-street being quite small, that quality of Flour
lias maintained its price for some time, and we have heard of
no sales made tinder the half. Some parcels of Alexandria
and Fredericksburg Mountain, aboui 1000 bril 1..-. -- --il
fibr shipping at 475, months, and 30 Obris. A I. ...i. 1.1. ,
S25, cash. The stock of Genesee is increasing, and the hold-
ers a ppar anxious to sell. About the same quantity noticed
in our iast has been taken this week in parcels at 4 50 a 4 75.
GRAIN-The sales in the Grabin market tins week have
been uncommonly limited. A small lot of Northern Corn
sold at 53c. cash. here have linen nio cargo sales of Southern.
Rye is still lower:. a few parcels have been disposed of at our
quotations. 2500 bushels Philadelphia Oats brought 3e-c.
FISH-Our last quotations have been fully supported for
Grand Bank and Bay Fish, and the usual business has been
done fbr shipping. Very little doing in Mackerel: the sales
do not amount to more than 1000 barrels, priueipally No. V's
and 3's, at- 871 a 2 75, and somo small parcels hava brought
an eighth of a dollar more.
SUGARS-No import. The public sales comprehend 7 hds
and 379 brls Porto Rico, which went off with tolerable spirit
at 8 15 a 9 5; also 44 bris do, somewhat ordinary, at 8-about
20 hIds very ordinary Muscovado from Cubla brought $725.
A few boxes Cuba whiite and brovn, the former 13 50, the lat-
ter 10 25 per TOO lbs. Besides these public sales, some trans-
actions of limited extent took place in New-Orleans at 8 75 a
9 per qtl.; which is at least half a cent per lb. below its value
at the place ofits growth. Box Sugars also meet with a fair
demand (taking into consideration the season oftheyear), and
our quotations were obtained for several small Iparcels.
SPIRITS-Thie import is 17 pipes Brandy and 15 of Gin, all
coastwise. A few pipes of Brandy were sold at auction-
Seiginette's brand at 1 0 and some superior Bordeaux at 125-
we heard of no transactions at private sale worth noticing.

and J oso )i Raymond, a black man, seaman ; Benjamit lRoss,
black, cook; and Georcge, a black boy, were take offthe
wreck, liv the schr Elhm. A thie time ihe boat left thie Fal-
con, tie Light IHouse was in sight, and which these an board
probably endcavoured to reach. (Capt. Casey inlbrns tus, the
shore is so very diflicimt to land upon, that there is every rea-
som to lear all on board perished. Whes they left hia wreck,
sho was almost entirely nnde i- water.
On Thursday evening last, t e the Rev. Mr. Barry Mr. Jolu.
McGowan, to liss Maria O':eill, both of this city. *
Alter a short and severe illness Robert Fr'edericks, in the
38nth year of his ;a>'u Hcis friends and acquaintances are re,
qluested to attend Tlia funeral lhis afternoon, at 5 o'clock, from
Iis late residence, \,o.79M hol; atrcet.
Yesterday afternoon, allen a lingering illness, Mrs. Aa a
Dooley, age ;td 53 years. Hle.r friends, and those of her son,
John A. Doolcy are soliciled to attend her funeral this after-
noon, atl5 o' cloh lion her late residence. No. 30 PunWp street,
corner ot' Allean street.
Oi the lith inst. at Fallsburhgliltato of Now York. eietral
JererAilh IPtAnnmele, aged S0, Ir'mnerly of Gnillbord, Conir.

By the Eliza, Wie have received Vera'Crunz papers to tie 25th
01 JuPe.
W, fin in them oo ro'tice oftlic Tacubaya Congress.
An act was passed by tha Meaican Congress on the '2d of
lMay, to permit, for the period of two years, the importation
of lumber, duty fiee.
By an act or the, 19th of the s'ime mndnth, the Executive is
authorized to remove ininistera and diplomatic agents, at its
On receipt ofoieicial intelligence of the death of the Duke
of York, an act was passed directing tho Mexican civil and
I, ,1 11'..i,'i 1 wear mourning.
Sr.i .... :, accused ofheadingaconspiraey against
i.. .......,,.,,,..i[, v,'as executed on tile 1st of June. On hiswiy
..Ii. 1.1...... -l' Ke,ution hemade some confidential declsra-
rions to the civil at'thoritiee. The '" ,i... n- ..fbhis religious
urderburiedhimin the convent at I .,-L. i He did ltot
meet death with fir nness.
His dead body wa;s exposed to the public view for atll hbour,-
vith the label for Ir 'ason totIiecounbrl. The ecclesiastics aIn
ereeled fobr his pardon. Finally they consented to degrade
him from his priestly office: but his Archbishop excused inm-
selffrem being present at thie cereToy. ,'
Arenas was about 50 years of age, and was a native Of New
Castle. For some cause, having no connection with political
matters, he was com-nitted to prison in the year 1820, I ,, the
ate Archbishop of Dorango.' OQn the 18th of January of thi
,resent year, he wen. to Sr. Mora, the commandant of the
district of Mexico, to engage him to take a part ina plan the
letail9 of which were embraced in 18 articles, wAichli he shewed
him. The object wanz again to bring Mexico under the do-
minion of Siain, under pretext of thereby preserving the
Christian religion. To reconcile the different classes of so-
cictyto the project, it was proposed hat the officers in the
employ of government should not be changed, that the Spln-
ish military autliorities should have the rank they enjoyed
befbre the revolution, and that no harm should be done to t'he
'resident of the Republic, and General Guerrero. The per-
ons of the foreign minniiters at Mexico, were also to bie imt-
'late. Sr. Mora affected to enter into the plan, that lie might
prevail on Arenas to tell thIe names of the 20 persons who had
united with him in getting up the conspiracy. He did nota
icceed in obtaining this inlbrmnatiomn: but Arer.as revealed
dl the particulars of thie plot, at n time when Mora had co,-
rived to place several o' his friends within hearing. Annas
finding all was discovered, exclaimed, "Gentlemen I have be-
rayed myself. I shall march conltant to the gallows, for I
dre in defence of my God and of my King."--Gazet. .
PROVIDENCE, (R. I.) July 26.
Droiwned, yesterday, on hsis passae from Newv-York, to this
nort, from on board tile Fultoner, Captl. Bntker, Mr. Jacob
lannriing of New-York, merchant, aged about 40. He jump
;d overboard, with the intention as it is supported, of putting
in end to his existence. 'rTihe boat ef the Futton was instanit-
y lowered, and although every exeitrtion was mrde by Capt.
&unker and his men to save thiedrownbitganthi-ey only suc-
ceeded in rescuing thie body from tile ocean after lifie had de-
parted. His funeral will be solemnized this morning at 8
o'clock on board the Fulton.
[From the Riehmond Compiler of July S4th.l
Inquisition taken at the house of Wmin. Grace, in the county
ifHenrico oni the 18tlh Jaly, 1827, before Jesse Keere, Colo-
icr for said county,-" Upont viewing the body of the decnis-
ed, Isaac Reed, a free mat of colour, antd] upon the oaths of a
ury, summoned to inquire in what manner the said Isaac
Reed came to his death: state, after having carefully exam-
ned the body of the deceased, anti finding thereupon stripes
nade by the lash of a cowhide, o6 lash of some kind; .id al-
so, that the deceased having a rop-e tied about bhis arms, a part
if which extended across the throat to the lobe of each ear.
caving a strong impression on tiie neck, and causing the
tongue to extend beyond the teethi,;ndconusiderably swa liei;
aind also, that they have examined several witnesses, v -hoses
testimony goes to prove that VWilliam Grace, Samuel H. V; liip-
ple and David Henderson, o thie sai(n county, committed tha
ibove recited acts of violence on the 16tih andi 17th instan'ts, at
thlie house of thie said Williama Grace.-The Jurors were ur.an-
imously of opinion, that the deceased came to his death by
tlie hands of the said Win. Grace, S. H. Winpple and D.
HIenderson, and not otherwisee"
We understand that the above named persons have been
committed to Jail, andtheir eases will be laid before a called
Court on Thursday next.
An inquest was held in this city yesterday ever the body
of a negro boy named Charles, about 12 or fourteen years old,
thIe property of Capt. Carter.. The verdict of the Jury is in
these words: That the said Charles came to his death in the
following manner--" He was plt into the smoke house hI the
yard of the lot by order of his master, placed upon a chair' and
a rope tied loose about his neck for tie purpose of alarmi"ag
him, and deterring him from thie commission ofsome act dis-
agreeable to his master; and that the boy was found off the
*hair, and that the rope not being long enough to allow his
feet to reach the floor, he strangled to death. The Jury say
this happenedabouti11 o'clock this day; and that he came to
his death in this way and not otherwisee"
We understand from the Coroner, that a man servant be-
longing to Capt. Carter, was examined, and stated, that his
master ordered him in the morning to take the boy and ti
him in tlihe smoke house, that he did so; making binm stand on
a chair vithount a back; that he put the rope around lis neck
loosely, and tied it to a beam above; that in the courmseof the
morning hie had occasion to go into the smokehouse twice,
and fiundmi him still on the chair. He begged to be released.
We understand that his master adopted this mode of pun-
ishing him for some offeace; aind that after hethought the boy
had been i n confinement long enough, he requested his sister
to go with him to the door and beg for Ihis release, and that ihe
would release l-imr, apparently at her solicitation. They went
to the door accordingly; but upon opening it, found him off
the chair and lifeless. Medical aid was immediately called
for, and unavaling efforts made to restore life.
The Jury are said to be of opinion, that Ciptain Carter ii-
tended no injury to thIe boy. Te event excites considerable
interest, and we state tale circumstances as we have received
Extract of a ilter dated
GREEN BAY, June 27.
-- "s you are p. obably little imquainted with this district of
the United Sta es, pn rmit me to lnbrnm you thatin thIe territory of
its soil and saluibrity of itsclimate it exceeds unypart of the lMieh-
igan. From tire borders of the Bay to within one hundred miles
of tie portage to the Ouisconsin, the Fox River passes through a
country unparelledi for tIe beauty of its scenery and the richness
of its soil. This fortil region extends in the other direction from'
the 45 deg. of latitude to Illiioison the South, comprising a dis-
trict capable of sustaining the whole population of New-York.-
You would be surprised on a visit to this cotmntrv to find that it
should have remained sO long unnoticed.
As a sufficient proof of the purity of our climate I will state the
fact that no malignant fever has ever taken place from disease,
attributable to itbc clinmate. This is certainly worthy of comment
in a new settlement, and I believe a fact almost without a paral-
A large and growing traffic is now carried on in our neighbour-
hbood, which is productive of considerable revenue to tha govern-
imet. I speak iii reference to the lead mines on Fevre riv er
which are worked to considerable extent. Last year there were.
as appeared by a s atement in tile Washington pnpers,iftleen hun-
dred persons engaged i n working them, and by lettersfrom Prairie
du Clhien within tie last two months, I larn, that the numberr
,tas itncreased to live thousand Should this business continue to
increase for a fsw years to come, we should soon have ai over-
flowing population in this part of the country. The whole terri-
tory west of time Portage is a mining district, and there is no doubt
that it contains more than sufficient Ihad for thIe whole consump-
tion ofthe United t'tates.
A proposiition has been before Congress for several years
to divide Michigan into two separate territories. As citizens of
this regiomi we feel mauch interested in the measure, which I amn
convinced would have a very beneficial tendency towards us.-
The difficulties of communication between this and thie Peninsu-
la are so great, that all our intercourse with it is extremely bur-
densome. Besides this, our population differs frione that on the
eastern side of Ithe like in many rcspecnt. They have emigrated
from different regions, and are engaged in very dissimilar pur-
suits. What success the project will hc entually meet with I can
not predict. -
You will be extravuagantly pleased with a vit kere at tbis tim.
We have among us ns visitors, Gov. Cas %tool. M'Kenny, and a
number of othir persons, engaged in itholdinga treaty with a num-
ber of the Indian tribes. I was happy to find my old friends
-- and -- in the party. The show of Indians exceed
any that I have witnessed on any tformier occasion in niywaudet.
ins it the western wilds. The different character which is exiri-
tet in the appearances of thl several tribes would strike you as
peculiarly interesting. lly paper, however, admonislhes me that
1 raupt oinit giving you any attempt at a description of tlei at
present.--[Poulson's Adv.l
Fromn the Charleston Courier,
dlncholy Shipwrteck of the soop alrcon C-aptnin Deluano.
The schr Eliza, Captain Casey, crrivcd here last evening,
lion Nesbern, brought in part of tlie passengers, togetyner
with Captain Delano, and part of the crew of tie sloop Fal-
con, which was wrecked on Cape Lookoert Si -\als, on dte
night of the'14th inst-frotm whtonmte learn the following
Tie Falcon sailed froet Savannah on the %Ilh inst. bound
for New-York, having on board a cargo of Cotton and Rice
and 23 passengers. On tIre 1-Sthr a 11 o'clock P. M, the vessel
struck on the outer sheal of Cape Look Out, nnd bilged. The
sea beat her over into deep water, where all sail 'was made
for thIe and, the crew employed iu tin-owvig overbotard every
thing they. could get at. thie vessel sinking fast. Captain De-
lamo, to save tbie hives of thu hadies, passengersagave permission
to them to take the boat. witm.two hands, and if possible, pro-
cure assistance fi-om the t-homre--hnut the pnnie became so
groat, lltat instead of eight personis going ir thie boat the fol'
lowing persons jumped on boarl, viz :-a-,r. Coult, lads, amid
child, onfEast Havenr Conn.; Mr. Fort and lady, of lhlilledge-
rill, Geo.; Mr. Little and lady, of Savannah; Mrs. Dough-
erty, of Irelandi ; Mr. V,. Scott, ofNew-Havem3, Conn; Mnr
Brownt, mute of the sloop, ofWiscassset; and Thomas a youth
shout 15 years of ae, of ChIarleston, who was i.., I"a
passage; and who had been employed In one ei I-,,.. uu
boats between thins city and Augutsta.-In about ra qurr Ir of
an flour after the boat left the vessel, the sloop filled and
capsized, tie persons on board sustaining themsel es by the
rigging; the sea breaking over them in this situation. At-
tempts wsnre made to make a rntl oftlhe quarter boards, but
not being sufficient, it was abandoned. The omly secourse
left was to stay by the n.loop anti sink with her, or atemrpt to
swim to theshore, six miles distant, huth of which were alike
deslnerate. Uinier the latter id a, most of the persons oi
board tlsrew efti theirclthes, annd were severely burned by
the sun next day. During th', time ttey wera in this situa-
tion, they were mueh bruised by the washing of the sea. At
I o'clock I. M. ori Sunds', tine remaining persons oir board,
vir: Mr. James Furse ans son, of'BarnwelT, S. C.; Mrs. Ca-
tiarime Lamha, of] reland; Captain Macs, lle of ship Cam
ruerce, of New-York; Mr. H. Frescstr, ol New-Haven, Conn a
JIoum Cany, oltI-elandt lohu Greatly, oftdo ; Patrick M'Cater,
of do : Leawis Carter, of P1hiladelphia: and James Herron, of
Irelnmd, (the hitter died on board tie Eliza en thie 18thi ) Cap-
tain Delano, ol'sloop Flcon -Arth ur M'Donaldi Josiah Brmcs

,~Uenanr~--lll-"l-~rrrrrln~la~,lmalE~s :

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,; "* 1 .-. .. ..- -
S Says CrplalftA John Clay,
.. t- T his e ,ecod ol M1),
All tihe lvwn'.r in a Iumiming cndl.tlon,
Like ba, in uIic- ie-
S. ,Shall 1 gic you a d ie
T .- o the Som!iS[L HIlouse Exhibition ;"
Sib." You're tumbled," I ansivwered, 'my wiash ohl
,. .' e'llo to this ye i's Eshibtidn ?"
S So, lightly as'Qiueen Mab,
WVenler'd i, eab,
And drote lo true nev Esxhibition.
: f. We fit, I ard as Lbone,
t icw'd tihe models in stone,
And sawiv like a turkey a dish on, ,
S Fair Pychie on Ztphyra,
"' As spotless as heifers,
: ." All making ant odd lExhibition.
,\ .ollih'ddefunct p. olitiel n,
..jie mblc,-- t haniram'8 insglici',n,
A Mrs. EL. Gurney,
A marble attorney ;
And all inthlsa cir' Exhibition.
We then, with our cat- -
A-loguc stoiv'd in our li hat, '
'- P Ascendrq, wih nio expedition,
'" Where .9ulcii grapples
,- His lsint',lerg pplis,
Sn dg. Aduaditsa thls ublime Esxhlbition.
S ,iJ[ir, stat. nin. neary condition,
Vt '~l\Pwlnted this grand t:xliibt;ll;
% %; 'P' Villia SP'lnl.II
STwo Floundeis by D.uitl, /
And'ati n 11 ti0 .c. il'1Is Llibition.
A cfiiefr .i ,',gioui -
S In tlg It reItI ilantaloon.,
Sa. Siod looltf as liLrcc as Dolnitark,
A big Holole'.ies,
Wkbr Judith at ior knees
S' Suri:cd init at:Lidkh condition.
T IndeLi s. fi u tane E.liibitl. I
S 'rv "n.eirk II ti.Is t)e r's ExiibitiUl li,
S A l'at CapLive Negro,
Whose vibagec Liile pm grow
Qu!Lt s ir ltis iKAMv Exiilbli'in.
S' Thierc's 3Jre eWafts Ruissell,
A Witerloo-Bustle,
lr i'forrirg-i-ot painted by TiLian.
A boa Cun9letur,I-
As b a Ill; pieltrc, ..
*. And .; I t lisa Ye.r.,'s Exhibition. -
lnrtl'.dt i a ine EsiIIbIlioiI,
ray nl.i. in thia in i Exhibition.
A FarctEbrolner Shitriif,
S: I -hoiiJd iot mucli care if
S He grjcld ialt this Year's Exhibition,
Theric', mild CarsJcri,
: H. SIi pleiton's Glory.
S ', A ltad Of I. .ooch, a phsiciIn,
C' 'lirleis Matthew icciling ,
-. ,i E.arni ii lthe rylInz,%
..' And .ill n tl grand ECxhib'tion.
A s.,ioo-,tori',-aresicr within flaili on, -
Ti sIe enmupglkrs.prei.hred lor.5edtion,
rITv hesii i by--,r Tliuna--.-
S Slinlod I'.tl iakie him from us.
-. 'would hea rnueili ior'- EvIililion.
A JultLit by Brilwa,
'. ". "A anrdt nd. pig-,
A. doctor descended from Priscian,
A Miis Cliiarlc.le Bestieel,
No iat tniiiing the rest lir'hli
-.5r Appear in thi ycar'. LEhibiii}n.
S ..lrsy', r ,cider, I.t no r, oln biton
*.'. ti .Ke 'cp .t Ir.P,i this yLar's Exhibltien.
D. D), bt !o, andl ttruit
T %iou il find this-, s
Accouilt r-rtlre-Ei B
FIru~n Theg 1,!j Zd'hclE.f
Fr 2ns
FIi, rh.ld upan thi bf1!jiiigA cheek,
A detptr zbridiiow lhesY"
And brealhings iow and S'wetly weak,
Like i iry mu5ic rise ; Vs
And kir.di',, o'er trhy .noiry brow,
; Jran'ure's tfl-cetng esein,
-irt pUlse "id smil-a'n.d L.ue avow
S '1 ;.ie gladneaot.tdi am.
<-T halhi tsgilt for lire's di0 close,
-"' "he dirk and we py lihour,-
A'scene .jicre tilightsladcs repose,
Ulp.n'tit slaittlif flower:
,=Ani mcrqa, i' fn, it a td thought
h:-#40. Back lAith eiazlicr joit
,itli "lht ia i lliv lased viSion rfaglit,
, My bright and Sinless boy c
Percrience mthe Atlhiehian's loftly creed
In inee its proof may find,
And ai a spark yet Ea, ccly f'red,
Front1-lc'nen's eternal mind,-
Unconrascioua o.tdeirading'fale,h
Which .eter. o 'tie-8y";
i. Tliegries Wf li..primalotate,-
S..._Sii~llbng-e. oun iL Ue eye.. :
l.'a.s~ to 'r,-st thou down '
"-'iF r'rr. i tly placei.on earth,
STo r.-.el int-UiE moy,tiCe tone.,
'e",'oieli ELry mirth I -
AnJ pa with-dal'its glorious isles,
S' '.'Swvell'iir'bef.ri ty .igh.h ,
Thdt ihdi in dim'reidecd-l smiles
"Tb. keepingg d'usLs isbright?
=,.' u .e L Sii .i ie-nnly'lrnow .
%y, ."e.Tr~o~unt^_fic ale .,eaJed, ,
* -,tIbhyy'o~tao-!Ioffouaht retirns-sa glow,
." Wonth ea:lh'c~lr a'nlt.cr 3Jcd ;
'r And o'er itystrrarngel .ioyouIIa r.t,
s'sir.child t'i/cdar'lly mune,
i For wlien wyre after .ear imprest -
' "- WihU ach ethlierial hues. CALLIOPE.

.l[t".i the Lnndon Literary Gf.7ette.l
.,,Mima s fIthd Riiul He 1,es c] Fr, fk and Licast'r-
'.' '* By Emmia loberts.
Tlhe.workbeflore ua isthlle production or a your.g le-
* l j'l, i;g lie modestly Ea3s,-rknon itn and unir.aial-td;
itoi one both ot01 rferrci :aid amuen. litl, written ir a'i
a~rior .id, easy st) Is, niilh much o' tact in its oc-
-eesio-tlob-.e.vatior-,. ,.iidbouiding in anecdote. Web
Iluiak, on thcse grounds, it bids fair to be among the
imosl popular of a popular class ; and, in proof 11e can-
ni)t do, bettei ttraiin rocked to the pleaant task of sekc-
tion. ;,#?e lolloiwing extracts, litaken -hitout much
scrutiny, are vqry chaarieriAl'c of the age.
S 'Johnol.,Ghent:,. eagerly desirous to alrengthen his
interest in Castille, procured an order Irom the king tor /
the delivery of the son of th't Earl of Denia into hiis
* hands', anublelp.nirid, taksn in lht liute campaign by
two ELiglish gentlemcn, and dcltained by them uccord-
ing to tile costomlul war untll tici should receie the
'stipulated amount of ,is ransom. The captoriremisted
.he duke's demand a. unjust, arid took refuge in the.
sanctuary o01 Wrstniritlcr, itruling to the privileges of
t te placi ufor'securits againstW lirtier per-ceulion : but
.tits precaution availed not agh,;rta the Duke of Lan-
caster, a band old olaieri. headed by two gentlemen in
the duke's srteice cileried thc ehurcli' aid crdcasourcd
to drag the lugiliVes from tLhtir Ietreait: lthe knights as.
sislted -.f thetie ierunt- andi HIe rnonksI, stod upon
ttierdeicnce; one ol the ansilted pers.ons fell uI ihe
.ikirmisli, and tle a.can.]al r.ti.ed b, n muider Ihus
saenriegiouuly ptrpetrated atl te foot nf lie altar, com-
pelled Ihe kinr,, slini'. name hitd 'tern eniplsoyd to
sanction lit uOiitlr.ge, to aba andon ithc odious means.
which had led ta tlli.t c3tastriophe, ani to tieat ii ilh the
oreisor for thIe rran-cm ol lIts prisoner. Tie term.
Leing arrtauged, tie S:,nilard 'ippearcd in 1he garb c.f a
.nenial ; a di. oasL isihicli isi prirelpies ol' chiialrc
cooscientioU:litsh. ld ieduacd nim to a,.ume. in order
thaat he niigtit remain concealed Iroo the agent sm- .
.-ployed to lorc, lute Irum his captors, who.se right to the
.-bfenetit-of his.ransom he had ltIus religiously main-
tatnnd. ,
- -" '- A.vrice at'this period V.'s one of lieruling panions
"' utile great, seho made a aliamseles dip.lay of their
*' newer--ccaaing. di~ira to add to fortunes already onor-
nasoussattdsa.reipled little respecting the means of appro-
prtnttlrg atty ppeciea of property once placed teilitin their
'.gcasp. t Itlo Dukeo~lt'(liuacesier,'saa~saFrolesar(I,'u as
*'cunnlng and niatlwicis, arid ciariinuiilly soliciting fa-
'vours ol'King Ilachatrsj aii pleading poserty, though he
abounded in ,,eealli ; for he was Corintable o1 England,
Duke of Gloucester, Earl ot Buckingham, Easex, anti
Northamplon, and ehjoyed besidra i.eniions frum ihe
'' King's E'chequer to the amonuit of tour thousand no-
, bles ai ear;" and he iiould not exert htime.ef in am
* .way if he mere not ivcll paid.' 't'hisn mercenary spirit
'.Was s-lared- by Gloucestcr's conteriporaries: arid it is
said tliat the atdecion which once hubstated bettieen him
and his brother the Dukeoh Lancasler, ran considerably
weakened by a succe. l'al sienmuvre on the pail of the
later to obtain lor hi.s sun a rich intaritance, ,hitli
Cloucester had hipid to fix irresorably in lie own Irmi-
ly.. The duke hod unrirried inc eldest daughter and co.
heiress of Humphrey, Earl of Staltord and Noriliamp-
tor, one of th6e richest lords and landholders in England,
his.yetirly income buying valued at flfry thousarnd nobles.
The vyungir eitler oi ile duclhess remained under the
guardisnahip o[ ticr broLher-in-laus, who, anxious to so-

nurC Lhe ivhole. property, kept her irictly secludEd fomr
tria e yorldi. Lonve sing'only wii n nusii, Iheyoung heiress
seemed inclined to renounce the splendid destiny which
awaited hr at a brilliant court, for the tranquil pleasure,
ol a conventual life, and Gloucester departed upon an
eapcdiiuon to Frnrce in the tull coimctlion that his fair
lhr.ciswoman wvoula- take the veil. The vigilnnr e)cioi
Jahn olt ihcnt hid been long fixcd upon lie inlcndid
nun, ivtroidi lie winas dcsirou, to unite inll marriage witLli
hi liLr. In, te absenceoi Gloucester, tle ariful duke-
pre.ailld upon tli Co untcas l' Ar iiiilr, tliec aunt of the
co.he.lreaei, t oa iIt irts de igi. Tjip couriess i.;a-
ltged lhe .i .,eBlirrVrct 5.irotly ; oteir pa) ing vsit-
ii l'iiIey.4 Dti8lii|L. a ou.E"ier's usual residence,
slBejte.jle4h$L -td/,a lary, licr euwigest nice, to secom-
pany her to Afkidel Uastile, -vhere she was inlrodiucid
10 olenry o1' LuAcfatcl-r, iinl a marriage ellttci.whichi
debtroycd Gloucester'd astriciuus hope. "Tear'i'ke,'
obi'dni-o Frosaatrr, ha id no inclinali. n to lg ule ,le']a
lie heard LliciC tidinigs, fl" it would now be ne o y'to
idn.doan ihoer.t.ncowhiph lie consideredi wl it is
Qti. Whcnhn huleirpctllt oBthhlihi s e bJther 'ibeni

concerned in tis. matte, se became mnelanehoty. ind
never afterwards loved the Duke of Lancaster as he had
hitherto done.'" .
We are almost sorry to make our next extract it gives
so horrible an idea of chivalry. If there were many ahe-h
accoUmplished ruffians, wiho would regret that their Age
was gone, even if succeeded by that of insignificant dan-
"Amid those English knights conspicuous for their
skill and valor, and who are described as shining at tobr-
nanients, was the accomplished but odiously profligate
Sir, Jiohu Arundel. Next tocourageand dexterity in feats
of arms, the acquirements most dearly priced in the dis-
sipated reign of Richard II. were those of singing and
dancing, in both of which Arundel excelled; .but neither
lthe gentle laws of chivalry, nor the refinement of music's
enchanting art, could soften or aubdue thie savage nature
of this brutal knight his deedSi-are still more revolting
than those of Sir John .Hloland; and after a career of vi-
cious -extravagati-e, he perished miserably in a storm ofl
the coast tai Ireland, in th& command of tian expedition
whihl the king had dispatched to the assistance of the
Dutke of Bretagne. .Previous tbo 'their embarkationt on
thisfatal voyage, the Conduct of Arundel and his compa-
nlons is described.to have been frightfully dissolute; they
rriecd off the wives and daughters of the.inhabilants.ol
Portsmouth, where their fleet-wai preparing, and forced
Them en beard their ships; rprolaned the aanctuaor ofe
neighbouring conieiit, mid in despite of the tears and en-
treaties ol the lady abbess,_brokffupen the gates and com-
Smitted the most irightfuloaItrigps within the holy walls.
Muat 'of the nuisi, who are stated to have been allied.to
h' eherslt families in thekingdofi;vwere also taken out-to
5a by ,lsl. l'nIcss soldiers. 'And yet,'says thle justly
indignant t-lohn i.id, 'wl.,:r, th tempest rose, like cruel
and ununercr'ul per-uis, ih'-y thre- them into the sea,
.eyther for that they would not be troubled with their la-
memntabIe tidyse and crying, or for that they thought so
Ilohg as they had such women aboard with them God
would not cease the rage of tlhe tempest.' Such were the
deeds which disgraced chivalry in its brigtcst era; and
the gallant knight, who dazzled the world by his valouur
andcoitcsy in the field, was not unfrequently the un-
blushing author of atrocities which would reflect discre-
.dit on tha most unpolished age. It is painful to be
compelled to tear away thle glowing veil with which poe-
tical imaginations have invested the days of chivalry and
romance; but it is the province of the faithful historian
to remove those pleasing illusions connected with the
annals of warriors renewed for their knigtly acconmplish-
onts- instead of being the redressers of grievaaces,
the 'riends of defenceless women, and the bold proectot,
of the oppressed, w'e find them the scourge and terror of
the weak, the spoilers of helpless innocence, contemn-
ers of the law, and indulging their avarice or their re-
venge in rapine and in murder. *
Few men have deserved mrire honour from the com-
munity-which they have adorned, or obtained less, than
John Philpot; his memory and his actions are suftired to
sleep in the old chronicles which record his splen-
did ;aclievements.in the defence of England's glory.
The imbicilityof the ministry in the early partof the
reign ofRichard II. amid other disiasters-which it entail-
ed upon the kingdom, encouraged lue fleets of France
to ravage thie defenceless coast and the impunity with
which-,hostile vessels plundered thIe unprotected towns
and villages, induced a Scottish adventurer named Mer-
cer, to waie :a pre-atior) i nr upon Isn own sccouilt, and
b'.ir joined by other despradoes a.; daring rnd ai t'ortu-
nate ns himself. lie became so afiniidable, th.lt the king
and tlie council trre ernirtalcd to prevent and punr,nhag-
gressions nhithielu ere s&) dincracelul and so ruinius'to
the naiton. The subject watldebated in tme cabinet but
nonMEasusrt .wrL taken to rimed'y the el ; and Phil-
piolt rperceiming tie stipmenets of ilthe- governernt, and
hopeless of -tainingr, l aiand sanction from mmn who
anpe' red to tI tr.t.rlh rcgardle.a o6 ihe honor of their
[uiig and courtrv, piomptly and.ctlcrlert.H equipped a
lev %t c l:, ii, hIch, at IM!r li e o is fen-c, hei luriushsed
v'ith aim simple crniplemint of niei, ammunition, and all
oilither rcqlsLi lu or the irteirded service, andtakingthec
command himself, puit out to sea with tlhed16termina-
tion -oivenge'the insults.0pfirced-to the English crown.
Encountering the tnarauders upon an element and in a
Fservicett-wvhuch th! braye Philpot was Wholly uniaccus-
tomed, The intrtlpidityo tChie dauntless citizen prevailed
over. every disadvanafdge, and after a sharp engagement
hie achieved aspletidid and signal victory, capturihgMer-
cerdidd hiswholo fleet, consisting of several ships which
the pirate rhad eizecd in the port of Scarborough, and
fifteen Spanish vessels laden with spoil. Philpot sailed
trimpsliantjy to London with his prizes,.and received an
enthusiastic welcome from thewitizen and the'iopulace,
uwho greeted His return with shouts- and acclama-
tions. The'nobles, jealous of the honors so justly paid to
t'hilpot'a valour, and norlifi d by 'the -tacit reproach
which, the-disinterested zeal in the.public service dis-
played by-a private individual conveyed to men who were
the constituted guardians of the nation's honour, sum-
moned himtbefore tha'council to give an account of his
conduct. The Earl of Stafford even went so far as to
charge this loyal subject of the crown with the
commissiondof1qn unlawful act, in presumifig to levy
forces in the kioig's dominions without the sovereign's
permission. .But Philpot repelled the accusation with
so much spirit and firmness, that the attempt to procure
Ihis disgrace wae abandoned, and he was dismissed with
the commendations due to his merits, and the benefit
svhich lie hatld conilerred. *..
"All tse old-chronicles mention a disturbance of a
very disgraceflal nature, -which took place in 1417, du-
ring a sermon in St. Dunstan's-in the east. A quarrel
commenced between Lord Strange and Sir Jolhn Trus-
sel, 'at the instigation,' says Hollingshead, i of their
wiveir, gentlewomen at cursed hatred with one another.
Two wise gentlemen I wisse, and well advised,' adds the
sarcastic historian. Some of the spectators interfering,
ThDiias Petwardenf, a citizen and fishmonger, was, re
are toeldby Fabiae, 'slain out of hand.' Both combat-
ants' firee at leIgth secured and conveyed to the
coant-ear in the Poultry.' Theservice of the church
was suipendcd on account of the sacrilegious violence
which had been committedwifthin the holy precincts, and
Lord Stirnggrbeing proved the offending person,' he was-
therefore denounced accursed at Poules-crosse, and in
all. pi.r'Sho churches of London ; and finally he us s
(dlyfled(smed) to penance, and dyd it, and saide great
amendeso.'the Wife of tlie said Thomas, for the daLth of
her husband.?' We finding Stow, the nature of the pun-
ishinent to which the aignesasors in this murderous brawl
were subjected : Lrd- Strange atid his wife, on the
first oImVlay following, in Paul's church,before the arch-
bishop, the.recorder of' London, and others, submitted
themselves to penance which was enjoined tlem, that
immediately all their servants should, in their shirts, goe
before the-parson of St. Dunstan's church, and the lord"
bare-headed.with his ladie barefooted, Reginald Hen-
wood,'auch deacon of London, following them; and at
the allowing of the church, thle ladies should fill all the
vessels Wilth waler, and also offer an ornament of tcnne
pound, and ilic Lord Strange should oiler a purse of
hive pound.'" i
We quote-the author's accountnfKing Henry's death,
as a fair specimen of the clear and luicid manner in which,
throughout the:work, historical difficulties are stated.
SHenry of Lancaster's-mysterious death took place
in tha Tower of London during Edward's absence. It
happened opportunelyfor the House of York; and the
sariguinary disposition aof the -king and of his brother the
Duke of Gloucester would sanction (I)e report that he fell
by their hands or by their order if indeed the number-
less calamities heaped upon the stricken monarch had
not reduced him broken-hearted ,to the grave. The opin-
ion current at the time, that, he fellby violence, unsup.
ported by more substantial evidence, is weak and incon-
clusive.- Few kings have been permitted to die without
a supposition that they were hastened, to the tomb by
sitmister means. The monk of Croyharn, in relating the
event, ejaculates this solemn prayer: 'May the Al-
mighty spare and allow time for penitence to him, who-
ever lie were, who dared to lay sacrilegious hands upon
thee Lord's anointed.' Many writers think it probable
thsat the historian.would have named the assassin had he
not~ceen restrained by his rank: and upon the death of
Gloucester no one hesitated.to ascribe tl~e crime to his
insatiate dagger; .but Richard had subsequently im-
brued his lianil in infant blood, and the prpetration
of a deed so uilack rendered men crreduloue in tCe be-
lief of any I'ornmer atrocity. In tic I-laileiat MSS. itis
positively talked, theei 'the kinp, inc,el'nirenti after his
coming to London, tarried It enle deuy;' b',t he was
going in ecearch of a military leader dittiipuishcd for
courage ard conduct, who liad alrcerdy attempted the
release of H-in ; and Ime promflttude ot'i decision
-which formed onat of Edward's most striking characteris-
tics might certainly have induced hint to detroy the only
person whil could, now dispute the throne. That he
commissioned his. brother to commit the murder seems
most unlikely, if tClere wsre other weapons to whom he
could have iutrusted the bloody work. Lord Rivers had
the command of tfle fortress in which the wretched king
was imprisoned. The assassination, if performed by a
vulgar, hand, could scarcely have been accomplished
without his sanction ; and no tongue, however malevo-
lent, has dared to cast the imputation on this chival'ric
nobleman's unspqtted name : it is the necessity of his
being a party to the dark transaction- which affords the
strongest proof Of ofsEdward's innocence unlesss we adopt
the popular belief that Gloucester was the instrument.
Henry was doubtless too closely watched to admit Cte
possibility of the intrusion of any person of meater ratuk
into the place of hlis confinement, without the- king's espe-
cial order, and thle.concurrenee of the commander of the
fortress: but Richsrd was only eighteen, and at this
early period could not have formed either plan or heopc
of obtaining .the crown, which subsequent cireum-
.tancesthrew so.fatally in hispalths; nor can we scarce-

Sly suppose it possible that for his brother's sake-he
should have volunteered the act, and have quitted the-
sccrc of his triumphas'the glory of a public entry into
the metropolis, where congratulating thohtsands thiong-
ed to meet him, to lifeal into the tower and glut a
brutal appetite lor blood. The Harleian MiSS. lso
contain hie following account of tIle king's death.-
After detailuig the lamentable occurrences which had
befallen Queen MargarCLet and the Prince of Walce, tl.e
writer says, 'Ihe certaimty of nil itshich came C 0 tIe-
knowledge'.o the said Henry, bring in tIe Towuer, riot
having be6Vlha, knowlctge ol hIe said mailer. e
Iook 1i to so s(fite. ile, and indignation, iht flJ"
pure diirlensut-And iclaric.cry,l hie died.' Alisay s 6l
a weak coRiat ltllbi, the r-tlictine events of the hi;nt
feRly siCL'8e r C Pl'flienlstlsr.: sufficient io bniorg I enir
to.tho gave. hie cold ald niCrttd looks ithe citizen,
of:Lol"n during lhiilt painful pilgi imaigo eic hre.i di-
traasdd'royaIl vninlv sofight for synmpathy an d protec-
tion; thediaappointiient ofthe Iht hope ul uaiiing re-
lugSo i eInctuqry ; the horror 0o being deeioad up to

Sthe savage-hearted Ednattrd ; and the fatitteS add ankle-
ty which tihe king must have endured len dragged to
thev battle ofiBarnet, might hayc 8appedthe foundation
of a frail existence, uitliout the last ppall:ng blow.
Cold and callous must have been the he tt which could
have Bsutaincd .these repeated shocks 'unmoved ; and
Hcnrythough patient anti almost uncor ilplairii g under
the hleaviest afflictions, was not destituteof feeling: lie
endured his trials with meekness, trustiny that having
suffered the punishment of hi sins in this world, lie
should find mercy in the next, a ground'of consolation
atlordcd by a holy resignation to the divine will, and a
deq) sense of human infirmity. It is, therefore, more
than probable that Hen'ry, wearied by a long conflict
with dispair, yielded up his soul in thse gush of mortal
anguish which followed the fearful conmuniiication of
the fall of his friends, and the untimely fate of the hope,
thec'heir, the promise of his decliinig hopseA'
I The statements respecting dress are very curious : we
recommend our next column to our lady readers.
Cloth of gold, satin, and velvet, enriched by the flor-
id decorations of the needle, were insufficient to satisfy
the pride of nobles ; robes formed of the.ea costly mate-
ria]s were frequently Ornamenled wvth embroidery of
r goldsmith's work, thickly set with precious stones ; and
the most absurd and fantastic habits vwer contiittally
adopted, in the restless desire to appear ii. new inven-
tions. John of Ghent is represented in a I-habit divided
straight .down tlhe middle, one side white, the other half
a dark blue and,.his son Henry IV. on his return from
exile, rode in procession through London in a jacket of
cloth of gold, I after the German fashion.' The dukes
and earls wlio attended his coronation worcthree burs of
ertmine on the left arnm, a quarter of a yard long, 'or
thereabouts;' the barons had but two : and over the
monarch's head was borne a canopy of blue silk, support-
ed by silver staves with four gold bells that rang at the
corners.' )Early in the reign of Richard'1 I. began,'
says Stow, tlhe detestable usa ot piked shoes, tied to
the kneus with chains of silver gilt ; also women used
higli attire on their heads within piked horns and long
training'go-l's. The commons also were besotted in ex-
cessec of apparel ; in wide surcoates reaching to their
hoines; someits a garmentetreaching to their hcels close be-
fore and strowting outat the aides, so that on the back
they make men seemed women, and this they called by a
ridiculous name gone. Their hoodes are little, tied
under tIe chin, and buttoned like the women's, but set
with gold, silver, and precious atones ; the lirripippes
tippets which went round the neck and hung own be-
fore, reach to th e heels, all jagged They have another
weede of silk, whiich they call a pallock, a close jacket
like a waistcoat ; and their hose are ol two colours or
pied.' The apparel of the ladies was equally whimsical
and extravagant. Knighton informs us that they ap-
peared at tournaments in parti-coloured tunics, one
hllf beingofone colour, and the other half of another;
Their lirripippes or tippets very short ; their cape re-
markably little, and wrapt about their heads with cords -
their girdles and pouches are ornamented-with gold and
silver, and they wear short swords called daggtrs, be-
fore them ; they are mounted on the finest horses and
richest furniture.' Pearls and precious stones, and
chains of gold, were the necessary appendages of fe-
male attire ; and the garments of women of rank were
frequently bo6rdered with gem6.' Theornaments of their
apartments were in a style of similar expense,being hung
with tapestry and cloth of arras, anid decked with the
spoils of France, or with domestic manufactures in Imi-
tation of these foreign rarities, in which, as well as in
thfes lavish profusion oftheir establishments, ths Englith.
were-surpassed by their continental neighlbours."
".The cracows, or piked shoes of Richard II. were ri-
valled. in absurdity by the sleeves which came into fash-
ion in the beginning of his successor's reign, when the
dress, we are told, wvas extravagant, especially the gowns
with deep and wide sleeves, commonly called Pokys,
shaped like bagpipes, and worn indiflerently both by ser-
vants and masters. They may,' says oart' author,
rightly be cased thee devil's receptacles ; for whatever
could -be stolen was popt into them: some of them were
so large and wide that they reached down to the feet, or
at least to the knees, full of slits and devils. Whln the
servants were bringing, tIP pottage, sauces, or any other
liquor, hair sleeves went into thec dishes and had the
first taste; and all that was given to them or that they
couil get, was spent to clothe their incurable carcasses
with tlesc pokys or sleeves, white the rest of the habit
was cut short.' Occleve, the poet, satirizes these man-
ties with long sleeves in thlc following lines:-
'Now hath this land little need of brooms,
To sweep away the filth out of the streets i
Sin side sleeye- of pcnnilesse grooms
Will it uplicke, be it dry or weete.'
Henry V. when Prince of Wales, and in disgrace with
his father, jealous of the numbers who forsalking the
palace ol the sovereign flocked to the lieir apparent's
court, visited the king fantastically attired in a gown of
blue satin full o, small oylet holes worked in black, witlhI
a needle hanging at every hole by a silken thread ; about
his arm lie wore a hound's collar studded with S S of
gold, the tirets being of the same metal."
Yesterday, Mrs. Lydia Howell, wife of Benj. Howell, Jumnr.
aged 28 years. Her friends and acquaintances, and thase of
Mrs. Mary Gorman, are respsectfuilly invited to r::".end Hl, fn-
nal this altstanoon at 4 o'clock, from liS,' 5enr1Ere--'r
, This morning, aged t1 months, Lilh-, infant daughter l d Jas.
M. Campbell, bookseller of this city.
SAt Cheraw, S. C. 18th inst. James Colt, Esq. for nmany years
a highly respectable merchant of that place, tbrmnerly of Now-
London Connecticut.

Sheftamin, NYork; Almy ow le, Souithem cast, wvhaling
Mexico, Davis, coast of Africa, do.
Arr at Wareham, selir tHitta, Franklin, Gibbs, fm Philada.
BALTLMORE, July 23-Arc schr Mitary Ann, Andersen, from
Ponce, PR. 16 days, Left brig Cornelia, Drinkwater, fer NYork
in 5 ds ; Ellen, for Wilmington, 6 ascir Col Ramsay, of Balti-
ore, 6. "
Schr Orion, Roes, Trinidad, Cuba, 15 do.
Cid, scirs Jolnt Q Adanis, Pearsoos, St. Jago, Cuba ; Alexan-
der, Hurat,Port nu Prince; Flos, Sioot NYork; Ocean, Belln-
aiett, do ; Express, Sadler, St Eistatia ; brig Lctitia, Laguira.
July 24.-Arrived, brig Pocket, Hallett, from Boston. Brig
Swiftsure, Attwvood, tin Bosto. Schlir. Decatuir, IHutlchliusoni, 24
ds fsi Newt Orleans. Sloop Sasuel Sistcr, Chapman, 5 (ils t'ron
Providence, R. I.
Tie brig Chiliani, Robinson, hence to Valparaiso, was off Cape
Frio 23d May, all well. t
At Aniapolis, 20ti July, 0 days fin Bermuda, H B M brig hired
packet, Enely, Waislaey. About days previous, spoke the Ma-
ry, of Newport, 9 days ftiom Savannah, bound to Ilaunburg-all
Cleared, schooner Ocean, Bennett, New York.
RICHMOND, July 21.-Arr. brig Mary, Boyd, Liverpool;
]lchr Expedition, Smith, NYork ; Francis, Petty, ito: sloops Me-
hebanic, Somers, do; Lady Wasbington, Smith, do.
Cleared, ship John Brown, Price, for Bremen.
NORFOLK, July 19.-Arc selir New Priscilla, Crowell, Bos-
tol and 6 days from Cape Cod.
Sailed, brig Eliza, Davis, Si. Thtoimas.
The brigs William, Creamer, aond Lady Richmond, Freeman,
from Richinond for Boston, are on their wtay down Jas. River.
Among the vessels whicl sailed from Seatvell's Point yester-
day, ,were-sclirs Chhaltam, Siall; Reaper, linckley, and Abi-
gail, EvweA, for Boston, from Baltimore ; Pioneer, Eldnidgei, for
Halifax; sloopCliauncey, Bartrain, NYork, from Alexandria.
Tie sachtr Union, M'Grath, which sailed lhence 48h Jmie, for
tile West Indies, was fallen in wilth IsLt ist. in l at 25, 12, Io n 65,
12, full of water, lby it scl tir Atlantic, at Vienna, froet St. Bairts,
atil took of'tlic captain and crew and a few, of lher materials.
BOSTON, July 23.-Arr :.';: rti 0. hill, from Liverpool,
Cl iofJite. '. ,, l I. l, I ., ', r II, Gov. B rooks, fin Al-
exaundria. I iil., i .1 i. n, i, brigSanusel &.o on, Deliito,o fi,
NYork for SL. Selbastian. ltlt, Iat,43, os lo64, 50, lrig Lama, fin
Sailit fir Leghorn. -
hltgldt, Hallost, from Baltitnore.
Scr illow, Barker, Halifax, 7 do. Sailed in co. schr Mitercey,
fonNYork. Capt. B. saw sclitr New-York, Moss, from NYork,
and a brig supposed to be the Georgo-Hitmy, froni Boston, go
Sclirs Chatham, Siall, froin Ballimore ; Warrior, Lovell, N
York ; Leander, Nickerson, Baltimore.
Cleared, sclir Neptune, Hliggins, Malaga. .
NEWPORT, July 20.-Arr. schr Hope, CGay, 2 days from N
York ; sloops ''lThree Brothers, Banl, from Freetown, bound to
Pliltadelpthia ; Eleanor, Larietni, Sits Freetowa, for Phiilada ; Ha-
militon, Thrashler, 2 is f i ; 'York fur atituon.
Cleared, sthip Gcorge Clainplin, Hudeson, for Havana; sloops
Speed, Rose, Pliilada; Providentce, Wood, Norfolk.
SALEM, July 22.-Arr ship Bengal, Gale, 38 do fm Antwerp.
Left, June 12, stip Eliza, Grace, for Salem, ; Barbara, Endicott,
dis; andothers before reported. Sailed in co. withi brig Coro-
line, ofKcinebunk. Spoke,a June 30, lat 43, lotll 36, 17, ship Ba-
lize, of Pliilada. fil NOrleans, fotbr Liverpool Same day saw ant
Ameriecan ship steering N. JulIy 10 ,lat 43, 53, lon 54, 39, spoke
brig IlHtirschell, of Boston, 31 days from Liverpool for Boston-ihad
theli day bef,,:e spoke ship Eagle, of Boston from Hamburg.
NEW-HAVEN, July 18-Arr. brig Splendid, 14 (Is from St.
Barts; scltr Proxy, Hart, of'Newber, 22 dsI fm Bonahire ; Sau-
cy Jack, EIdenton, NC ; Little Joha, 6 dii finPhilada.
20th, brig Native, Tolls, "24 days from Guera.
Sailed, schr Bellona, Friqble, St. Croix.
SAG-HIARBOR, July- 21.-Sailed on Tuesday, ship Thamnes,
Cooper ; ot Thursday, ship Hanniubal, Green; oa Fridlay, ship
Union, Sayre-all for the Brazil Banks.

Valuable Estate in the Cauntry.
i.as. Three new aird elegant 3 story brick dwevwlling
Ip Houses, situatedin New Hlaven, Conn. ifontingthe
green. They arc built in the best manner anid or
the best materials in modern and elegant style. The location
of these houses is one of tilhe most desirable in the country.
Persons wishing to obtain delightful situations, rarely meet
with opportunities like thie present. For particulars, enquirer
JOHN FITCH, or NcwiHaven.
or-ITHIEL TOWN, 3x, in the Merclhant'v
J23 d&clmo Exchange, N. York.
O NE Hundred and fortythlree Bowery, for thie cure of CON-
By alnewdiscovertdlrinciipal innmdicine, these dreadful dis.
eases are readily checked; tlie viscid blood and juices are son
changed ; the old and paitred ulcers are sloughed off and healthy
granulations of new tlesli are formed. The process cannot be
milder or more ihuminane. Ulcerated huings, till lately, have never
been rendere'd-ssisoeptible of the action of curative medicine-
Shey are now completely under the control of this new principle,
and tiles cure of consumption is ais satfe and ertii as any specific
that is used catll be tbr tlhe intention of cure.
The effect is felt on lie huiangs almost as sooul as tken into the
stomauclh, by t free and easy breathing, and the breaking uip snd
nasy discharge of lito mnorid viruas oflht ulcers. The consump-
tive lpaitients, isny ofv whotm atre now last recovering from the
laststate t'rflaeniation before death, have expeliented inalboIut 8
days, tiheeills preceding fev-er and tile excessive thirst for drink
to cease ; iil ahultfourtieen days, thie pIrofuFe night sweats arc re-
duted, a change of the constitutio n the-i felt by tlhe suflrer, lthe
vouitiig UP food and tile wasting relax of thie bowels'ceasos, anul
the cough and leclic lever daily losing their decaying influence
mon their constitution.
Scrofulous Tumeors, and the cancerous ulceration of fleshi and
bone, is soon changed and rendered harmlraess by ua nild and safe
alterative which will create health, mnd give vigour to constitu-
tins d btel iital. .1 I t r. .. .. .. -- .a .i l-
llu ii,,liu,',.. II r ..ii'j,. l'rCi.. r,:ilr. (/luilll, tl~l, ~itatirjl, i. ,',h,,'y,
ely the circulattig fluids totheimost rotnioo and minute secre-
tions. Tutors, ulcers, cries of tile joints snd lIoInes, diseases of
thie skin aulnd liver, sitd tile various foratils ofechrouic maladies, pe-
euliar ito those whio are contaminated by Syphilis, Mercury, uind
hereditary Scrofula, or Kings Evil, ire cured by Its mild & pow-
erful action. Tliose wlio uise it find thlie minid aiy judgment gra-
dally strengthilen with the syvstoin uas thIe Udisease is subsiding, d

PHILADELPAIA, July 25-Ar. mit tihe Lazaretto, 'trI tel ,,. the dreadful feelings belonging to hypochonria amid nervous
bian, Itugan, Laguira. Left, 6tlh July, brig Milton, i i..l..fir,-.f weakness, the restlessness and anxiety of tits isiane, gradually
Boston, for Plhilhdelphiaii20 days, tie onlyAmencrican itiport. cense within returning health. Itmnay be given to tle inost tender
Brig Ariel, Shiaine, Fernanmidtiia, 2 days. infnut and delicate tenuiale. The restrictions hi diet are very few,
[PER UNION LINE.1 anid ile medicine will not retardithe patient fronn business or pica-
July 24--Arr. ship Phoenix, Cunniinghaii, 44 days from Cadiz. sure.
Left, ships Fabius, forNOrleans, in 10 ds; Tea Plant, do. 3 ds; It is thie only medicine that acts ns a curative in those till lately
United States, Trieste, soon ; brigs John Marshal, Uraumniond, incurable maladies, and such iare its effects as a restorative, when
New-York, next day; Emelinc, Barstow, do. 10 days; Panther, given to children who havethe syphitic virus of thle parent dev'el
Buttingham, Porto Rico, 10 days. hoped in tceratei t head and throat water on the brain, rickets,
. Sclirs Eleanor, Lawton, Newport; Messenger, Briggs, Provi- amid other appearances ofa scrofulous habit, that one or two bet
dance. ties full given to infauit children, will entirely remove those disea
B. I.-'v, ships Lima, Wyley, fin Liverpool ; Bengal, Garwood, ses. It is vermifuge, and will destroy worms, while it is giving
N \ .:. h brig Gallego, of Boston, from Marseilles. strength to the emaciated and lebrile system.
Cleared, brig Pliladelphia, Grover, Havana ; schr Triton, Consumptive patients whio are suffering witli tuberose and ul-
Brooks New-York. ceratcd tunmigs, asd are unable to come to the intirmnary, will be re-
.BALTISMORE, July 2-4.-Arr scir Bethiah, IHarding from Bos- gularly attended at their dwellings; and for the benefit of such
ton ; Caroline, Bowne, 7 ds tn NBedtfbrd. Spoke offtNorth Point, who reside at a distance from New York, the medicine is put up
on Sunday shlip-- outward bound, at anchor, desired to n quart bottles, and will he forwarded whennrequiredtoanyploit
be repoited;an hermaphrodite brig bound down, went in Anma- of the world. It will take about twelvcebotldes full toefecL a cure.
polis Roads. Tile price to such patients with directions and other .necessary
PER UNION LINE. medieinie is $136. -
July 25-Schr Col. Ramnsay, Moore, Ponce; PR. 12 days.- Tlie indigeatpoor arc invitedtocomtne to thIe inlrmnnary, andl if
Clii, slip Lucilla, Normani, Bremen ; schrTwo Sons, DBrgan found worthy will be curedfre ofexpense .
NewYork. ,yI12 cp ty JAMES TAYLOR.
ALEXANDRIA, July 23,-Arr sclir Colombia, Wilson, Ne-w "tADEItA WINES, &.o-Madeira Wine, of Leacock's,
York. Passed, off lndian Head, a topsail schr. bound tip. i.M. l Howard's, Kairs & Co's, Blanudy's, Stane's, Scolt's, Olivei
NORFOLK, July 20.-Arr. sculr Taller, Ga riand, 12 days fin era's, and Newton, Gordon & Murdoch's brands, in hiels, Ihds,
Salem, bound to Baltimore. & qr casks, tpgetler wiitl a large assortieunt of old INine it glass:
In IHamnpton Roads, stil) Atticus, of Castile, Me. Dunbar fin 'enerilfe, Sicily Madeira, Sherry, Lisbon anud Constantia Wines,
Havre, via Charleston 5 (is ; also, outward bound, the shilf Sa- of various qualities:
rah & Caroline, Prince, for Liverpool, and brig Eunice, Brtiggs, 70 lif casks real Mtalaga Sherry, 30 hf pipes Cette Madeira,
for Port Glasgowv, from City Point. 30 hif casks imitation Red Port: 3 pipes& 10 qr casks oldLReddo.
Time brigs Moro, Robison, lfbr Etmrope, and Serium, Dree- for 100 cases Spairklinmg Clamspaign, of J.C. andotlier braaids.
Genoa, are on their way down Jmines River. 100 cases Claret, consisting of Chateau, Marigaux, Lafitte, La-
July 2t-The brigs- William, Creamer, and Lady Ricluroind, tour St Julian &c.
from Richmond for Bostoij have gone to sea. Re-d ani wiito HSnlitae, Snaterne, and oieer French Wines,
ThiBrigsGermania, Hlomaun, for Bremen; Ladly Adami.Sta- 7 piles old Brandy, (Cognac) timportaed in 1823, 'h
ples for Marseillcs; Me-seelger, NIrris, for alhifix ; salnri cosn- 150 caksI Hibbert's Brown Stout, quarts & pints, 7 &-S doz each,
ran, 1arish, for tSt Bartea, from Ballitore ; brig Magnolia, Sall,for 400 gross Bristol porter, wine and pint Bottles various packages,
Newl- rt, astd "ihr tBacelor, Doeierty, for St. Jolu, (li.'R.) lh) 100 its. Lucca Oil, 30 belties each: 100 bask. Bordeaux, 1 doz ea.
Al exandria, hIve gonc to sea. 4 iha e, -20*8 1- gross caci, Velvet Corks, "
Jalyt--Saihedoop Independence for York. 800 Ilaimbro'oDemijohnis, entitled to debenture,
WILMINGTON, NC. July lit-Arr brig Crusader, Fletcier, 50 cases, 10 dozen each, freshly London Mustard, in qr lb bottles,
Boston. l50 boxes Amnchovies, 1 dozen enach-together wisthi. large assort-
Cleared, brigs Eden, Latamotte, Porto Cabello; Betsey Dole, ient of Old Wines and Liquors, In.glass and wood, selected ex-
Nicholl, do ; sclira Alphia, Plere-i Martinique ; William &. tlie- pressly for family use-a liberhiallowance .made to dealers-for
ry, Bnbbidge, NYork. 7.-Arr. sale hy [JylOd&clw] 1ROlE & MUNROE, 58 Fronut-st.
CHARLESTON, July7.--Arr. lurig Kit l'icrn e Hil ) Havoua. --o ,-"* ... ..
Left shilp Shepperd, of New-York, dls; Isabella, of Porisimtuulli, nY order of Moases Chapln, lEaq'r. first judge of Monroo
loading. 17th inust. off'the bar in a squall, lost the fore anid main S- county courts, notice is hereby gives to Christopher P:
topmast and every thing belonginfig thereto. Sanburn, now or late of Gates, in the county of Monroc,
In tle R(oads, brig Sublhme, Stinson, fin Antwerp. Left brigs an uuleconding debtor, and to all others to whomin it may con-
Aptliorp, for this port; Rook Napier, for NYork, same day.- cern, that on application and due proof made to him, the baid
9tl inst. lat 32, Ion 74, spoke barque Four Sois, 0 das fim NNork MosesClahapin, ,pursuant to theo directions of the Act oftheLc-
for St. T'lomas. L y vislature of the stato of' New-York, entitled "man'act f ir re-
Cleared, brig NeCw Hampshire, Libby, iavre. l efagainustabscntandabscondingdebtors" passed 21st March,
Sailed, stip LaNtgdion CAevs, Baker, Philada. i iier h]e hath directed all thIe Estate, real & personal, within
*BOSTON,. July 24th- Arr ship Gold Hunter, iKnowles, Ler- thocountaty of Monoe, of thliosaid Christophler P. Sanburn,tobe
ipone], 45 days. Spoke 15th ult. lat 50 05, long 14, spoke brig Al- seized andml that unless thaiIsaiid Christopher P. Saniburn do
fred, of Salem, from Mobile for Livorpool-22d, latf40 17, lomng 4 returnt'and discharge his debts within three months after this
40i ship London-Packet, of Baltimore, fmt NYork fobr Liverpaol; notice of such seizure, all his estate will be sold for the pay-
O23d, lat 4619, 1ng20, sip-Delaware, of Philad. from Savanmudi meit and satisfaction ofhis debts.
for Liverpool. .H. HUMPRY, A forAai Cr r.
Brig Ohio, Dennis,60 Ids fm Rotterdam. Left Irelvost May ist. Julyl, 182 7.? JyoforAacnCdllors.
At the formerplace, ship Superb, George, Pliladclplida, die; Ulys- I 3(' "27 yIbcm
ses, Bradford, Baltimore, do; brigs Juniata, Lubeek, Charleton, -1- 100 DOLLARS REWARD
do; Brutus, Blunt, do do; Leonjdas, Ward, NOrleauis, do; Se Isl- OR tie prehensin of WALTER STEWART. The
and, Atwood, froni Boston, just-arrived, 23 days passage. PsFs Rhirs bcame his hail on the 15th June last.in the sum
-d brig Remutinus, of Portland, g iugan 5th honst. hat 45, IBass7 subscribers became his bail omslrtse 13th PJuaneILastin the sunm
edbrigRomus of Portmando g euiig, could nott lath 45, lont47, of '3000 penalty for his appearance at August term -of the
pastor ound; 10hbri Flet 44 Ion 63 0, brig Laura, Cloutmal fiomn county Court o ,'Edgecomb, to beholden at Tarborough, North
oVri bound; 10th r at 44 o 3 20 brig Laura, Coutma, f Carolina. Stewart wasy rcsidin at that time at W.ashi.. gtos,
'g t e "" -n : and was on a visit to Tarborou- h when lie was arrested to an-
Brig Amazon, Start/c, 45 da fim Liverpool.a on
Bri Auecrica, Daggett from NOresans t26 daiys Balize 2 swer a piea of debt. We felt for his situation and became his
Spoke 9thlitat 24 ,1 Iont i3 8, brig rCatharinme, of amifor harles- bail, relying on his assurance that he would return home and
to, fromHavaa;14th, at3448, ol l 77 2, ship Mary Baho give other bail or surrender himself to the she-riffofEdgecomb
Posisoutli, 3.1 ds fin Liverpool, for Charlestob, several biftle i ten days. .In tis ie lis basasely deceived us, and has been
crew sick with the small pox. seen i Vanslinglton but ounce since, and was afterwards seen
Brig Holly, Studloy, fromt NYork; schr Soplhronla, Pope, from near Norfolk; Va. Stewart is a l-cotchnlian by birth, five feeot
Wilington, NC. five or six inches high, broad shoulders, dark hair and florid
CI'd, bigs Jadhim, Drew, Havana; Index, Baker, Maranutm consplex.ion, awkward in his manners, but very polite in coln-
and a market. versation, drinks freely, but secretly, between lifly and sixty
* PROVIDENCE, July 23-Arr sloops Edward, Smith, fin tlal- years of age, his head has few, bu t some whito hairs, lhas a
timiore. I a puculiarity in his gait from the manner in which lie throws his
Below- a'slip.supposcd to be thle Hazard from Liverlool. t alms -when walking. His general appearances vulgar and
ClI'd, brits Robert Cochiraln, Almy, Gibraltar, Snrah Le, 'M' filthy anat dresses in ablue surtout and pantaloons, withl black
Kenzie, Wihmliistoni; sloop Providence, Wood, Baltimore; hat; was formerly merchant in Albany, New-York, thence he
-BRIDGEPORT, July 28.-Arr brig Enuterprize, Hawley, firoom removed to Tarborough, North Carolina, thciroa to 'Washing-
St. Barts. July 7, lat2,3.8 long 07 10, discovered a wreck; ton, North Carolina. e willgive the above reward and in-
boardeda her and found her full of water; crew. cilluer perished,, demaify any person or persons tbr apprelhending him so that
ortakan otflong before, as she appeared to have been wreked we get possession of him. Any person having an opportiuuity
some nilthle, and was covered with barnacles., She wasa brig to securehim, are referred to Van Bokkclin & Wlite of New-
of about 100 tons, flushi deck, ier foremast gone 15 feet from tle York.Bevan & Porter of Philadelphia, and John Trimble &
deck, lier mainmastabout 4 tcetr-both masts painted white; sie Son of Baltimore for information respe-ctint us.
was probably tn eastern brig loaded with mackerel-:could per- Signed, DAVIDBARNES
ceive a number of barrels in her hold-got out 1 barrel of matka- ROBERT JOYNER
rel and oune salmon ; lhe had previously been boarded,aid.every LOUIS D. WILSON,
thing took from her that could be got at except the pumps, Wlich JOSEPH R. LLOYD.
we took oul..J ]87 '
MIIDDETOWN, Julv23-Arr brigs Eighlt-Sons, Goodrlch, fi 'Tarborough, N. C. 7th July, 1827. y27.3tda3w-
Havarna; Roland, Lattlimer, Curacoa; Gov Lincoln, Stockig, jiYSPEPSIA.-Thlis disorder lhasol hule. become so frequent,
NYork schr Mars, Kidder, St Jago, l Mexico;: Visitor, lterry- D and is so well known, that itis considered necessary tfo
mainl, Martinico. describe minutely its symptoms. Thliu most prominent t lioW-
SALEM, July 24-Arr brig Cam'el, Tate, Port au Prince, 25 ever, and mine or all of -which will at once be recognized by evc-
days-ThIe place was glutrted with-all kfindsofAmeriean produce, ry dyspeptic, are flatiulcnee, acid stomaclti, occasional nausea in
Coffee 9i and 10 cents, and scarce., Spoke 10th ihst. lat 2 B,04, titi morning, and bitter tasteln t i oili costlveness; utl some-
Ion 74 22 brig Erie, 6 days from Philad. for WOricans. thmis dlarrhaa, anud 'a loose state of tlie- Uwels; loss of appetite
NEW-BEDFOItD, July 20-ArrhliipWinslow, Chace 11-n 'or ia unnatural craving for food, piles, yellowno-s ofthe.eyesaial
the Pacific Ocean, with 1400 bbla oil. LeftatTeldulmano, A rtl skin, uneainess of tmhe stomach afrterting,&.e. Jamnee' Anti-
15, ships Lydia ofNantuceket, wtibh 2800 bbiA; Reaper, do lAlo; dyspepsia Pills are confidently believed.to be a remedy for this
Kingsioii, Perry do, 17500. Brig'Annawan, ofthipotfL aritc k tbrmidable disease. They are not recommended ou thie prince
10th. Maria iTnfton',Briand taking in cargo for the lee coast. On pie of nay mysterious orepeclfie operation; tleir use Is predicated
the coast of Clilli in April, George Lawrence, of Nantuctet, upon a consistent theory-of tie disease eutnd'a thorough know-
1700 ; President, Winslow, 1300; Statira, Cotli, 18. On bhs ledge of the piysiolsgy of thel triuan 8ytcsy an ud tho n-atme of
ofl.shiore ground, Nov. 15, eslhip Maia, Joy, of rlis port, 450. the remedy employed. Their efficacy las been ttested by long ex-
21st, .arr brig Empress, Bates, fm NYork; schr Washingthm's periemce, attended with a degree of success very satisfactory to
Barge "OB.ortla, Richmond. via NYork. e I the public, asismanifest bythelincreasingdsimandforthem. the
Carg It &...... ... .. .. Yo .
Cl'tj, ships Gotconda, Baylies, Pacific Ocean ; Ann-Atensr, Pille are tor sale by thie proprietor, at l Pear-strctt, New-Yoik.
Hfliiu, Brail.1 Binkirs ; ltihimond, Gardner do ;brlgs Inusdly, JyID3t&Cl0W,3t

-S.^FOll HARTFORD.e SS. Fbr.A'labuerg&Pffue~ifiajsi I
The steam-boat O/ivera Ellssrlh, "The steam-boatSARATOGA, C2
Havens, master, al leave thie cast nM. Pierce, wil leave the fito.ffLb
^i^^ T --- tide of Fulton-slip for Hartford, this. I'. erty-street for the above places, on
a y, at o'clock, P. I. = "- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at
N B-Slages will bein readiness to forward passengers to 5, P. M. and Poaugkccple on Moday, Wednesday & Friday,
Massachu.setts, New-Hampsahire, and Vermont. J27 at 5, P. MI.; and wi land and tlae in passengers at Grassy
... ,, i r' t-,in Pont, Vrzplanck' Pont, Colvill's Fort M ontgqmery garrison
Tile steam-boat BOL VAR, Captai- dock West Point, Cold Spring, Cornwall; soAd Fis..uill ,ag
Jlohn Vanderbilt, Jr. and steam dt dPock. Fare oNesburgSiPoslcepsieSt l. For fur-
-- r NAUTILUS;Th nernCaptainJohn r Ln semo.P.e "t" oc]" Fare:.to cwbulr 6 11 M .....
NAUTILUS, CatanJo ott, therinformation, inquire of CHAS. CRolE & Co.
will.oi Sunday next, take passengers 4 tf Correr of West and Libepty-streets.
sCS8 LSS ---l to & from New-York to the Quaran- .. ,st-
tine dock,- Nautilus Hall, Mount Pleasant Garden, Planters' sAIA.AAlI ,isrRtAM, r0l'j COjfPA.NT.
Hotel, and Union Garden, Staten Island, and start as follows: i tlee Steam-boat Company ofGc5
Leave SalTn Island at 7, 8, qu- and 12 A. M. 1, 5 and 6 0 1 .-gin, in order to give certainty aw
P. M. Leave Whitehall, Nes-York, at 8, 10 and i1 A. M. gesdat_. r_. watch to their operations in ibe-
2, 0 and 7 P. Passage each way, 1h2 cents. J27 ....--- tr,.asporta.ti'onofmercliandize ont"h-
,i-! w ~Savannah river, intend running tavef
r Halltt' s GCeand F sing steam-boats, with their tow-boats, between Savannah and Au-
eu@ .. The steam-boat LINNAUS, Capt. gusta every week, viz: one steam-boat to leave Savannah on
... .. Peck.will leave Fulton Market slip, Tuesday, and one to leave on Thursday, and a steam-packet.
S, -,.. East tiver, for and from Flushlag, boat (which will carry light freight) to leave Savannah on S1-
-e'i as follows:- turday of each week.
Friday, July 27.-Leaves Flushing ......... 5 A.M. This arrangement will commence at the earliest period, in
New-York....... 9 P. M. the ensuing Fallthat the stateof the riverwillrander itprac-
STEAM-BOAT SUN. ticable. The Company are provided with lighters expressly
: r., Passage from N. York to Newburgi, calculated to navigate t.he river in its lowest state. The public
S- -3~SS 50 .ce-nts; to Pouglikeepsie, $1; to may, therefore, fbel assured that every possible despatch can
.. ...Kingston, 1 25; to Catskill and Hud- and will be-given, to the transportation fall goodacommnittec
l %- son, 1 50; to Albany, .$2. Breakfast, to the care of the Steam-boat Company.
25 cents; dinner, 37" cents; tea,25 cents. J27 Savannah July Gthi 1827.
NORTH RIVE ..VR STEAM-BOAT LINE. Th'e editors of tti Boston Courier, Poulson's Philadel'
r.T F -E R l b y-At6- o'clock, A. A.l phia Journal, and Providence American, will please insertlche
Th._pressureste- s-boatJo r A above three times a-week foronemonthandsend theirbillsto
ASne ". low pss' s tTin iat1 /, the Daily Advertiser Office, New-York. J18 3tawim

g ....-leaves the foot of Courtlandt-strect
on Saturday morning at 6 o'clock.
1.er regular toys of starting are-For Albany, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday. For New-York, Wednesday, Fri-
day and Suvlay.
N. B.-Baggage sent to the office in the afternoon or eve-
ning previous, will be taken in charge. J27
~The steamn-boat HENRY-ECICK-
S.- .FORD, Capt. 1-I. F. Reed, will leave
-z ^ the foot of Broad-street, for Albaty,
B^^ ^' A ; ^ -to-imorrow afternoon, at six o'clock,
with the tow-boatsCoufidence ai. Van Rensselaer. For
freight or passage, aply to
WILLIAMS & NEWTON, 16 South-street.
N. B.-Passage in the steam-boat, $125; tow-boat, $1. J27
A -a t ~ The safety-barge LADY CLIN-
---- TON, and steamboat COMMERCE,
*f-"' Capt. Seymour,Ivillleave the foot of
le'.S s- 'ss S Courtlandt-svt for Albany,this morn-
ing, al. 10 o'clock. -
N. B.-The safety-barge LADY VAN RENSSELAER will
be despatched on Monday morning, at o'clock. "
Fare, in Phe barge, $4; steam-boat, $2-and found. Forpas-
sage, apply on board, or at the office, 82 Courtlandt st. J27
FOR ALBAJNY-laudson River Steamn-Boat Line--Daily.
s-. The steam-boat CONSTITUTION,
d M i Captain Bartholomew, willleavethe
-.. -- foot of Courtlandt-st. North River,
this afternoon, at5o'clock. Forpas-
A Mhesage, apply to the Captain, on board,
or to A. N. HOFFMAN. 71 Dey-street. J27
A Beecher, will leave the foot Maiden-
TOc-, lane at 7 o'clock this morning for
New-Haven. The HUDSON, Capt.
-. Sanford, will leave luto-morrow morn-
ing, flom the same place and hour.
Post Coaches will be in readiness on the arrival of thie boat,
to convey passengers on to Boston andProvidence, via Hart-
fotbrd. J-7.
For HUDSON-Barge No. ], Capt
L Jenikins,will leaveeast side Cocties
-- .slip on Saturdsy, at 5 o'clock, P M..
l^ ^ ^..^to be towed by steam-boat Swift-
I --. nz=4-4 sure. For freight or passage, having
elegant accommodations, apply on board, to the captain, or to
J27 S. H. NERR1CK & CO. '3 South-street. -
SThe steamboat LINN.EUS, Captain
~ Peck, will leave Fulton Market-slip
t -- m this morning, at 8 o'clock; returning,
.... ... leave Red Bank at 5 o'clock, P. M.
OR si3 For further information, inquire of
the Capt.'on board, or of JACOB CORLIES, 2S3 Pearl street.
.BF4r 2Sawpits and .Noriwalc,
At ^|_ By steamboat JOHN MARSHALL,
-Q.. _Capt. .A. Bcnson, leaving the foot of
..Cathcrinec-st. Now-York every mor-
I aES~t'aB nine (Sundays excepted) at 6 o'clock,
returning same day, leaving Old Well, Norwalk. at 1 o'clock,
and Sawpits at 3 o'clock, P. M. Passage to Sawpits, 50 cts.;
to Oid W\ell, 1. Stages will be.i.readiness on the arrival of
theboat, to convey passengcrsto Mamaroneck, Bedford, Stam-
ford, Danbury. Saugatuck, Fairficil and Bridgeport, daily;
and Litchfield. through Newtown, Woodbury and Suuthbury,
on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays, returningnextday, to
meet the boat at Norwalk.
For freight or passage, apply to E. W. NICIHIOLS 307
Front-si rect, Now-York; and CHICHESTER & QUINTABD,
Norwalk1 or to the Captain, on board. All baggage and freight
at the risk of the owner. Freight payable on or before the
delivery. --
NB. All persons, and parties, wishing to take an excursion
and return the same day, will go and return at the low price of
one dollar._ IJ2ut
4Ar Albany-At 6 o'clock, A. 1.
A- L Th Te low pressurestoam-boatALBA-
.------ NY, Capt. Jeseph G. Jendkins, leaves
-.. -_--.thie fool. of Courtlandt-st. this morn-
.ss insag, at 6 o'clock. -
Regular doys of starting.-From New-York, Wednesday
Friday and Sunday, at o'clock, A. M. From Albany, Tues-
day, Thursday and Saturday, at 6 o'clock, A. M.
Persons wishing to takc passage in this boat, areinformed,
that bay Icaving.their name at the steam-boat office the day pre-
vious to starting, they will he called ihi time to go on board.-
Theboat comesto at the wharves atNewburg, Poughkeepsie,
Rhinebeck, Catskill, and Hudson.
N. B.-Baggage sent to the office in the afternoon or eve-
ning previous, will he taken in charge. J27
.S FOR ALBAN Y-at 6 o'clock, A. M.
Paossage through, --intermediate
places in proportion. Meals extra.
The steam-boat SUN, Captain Jacob
S 3 Shiumway, will leave the'foot Court-
landt-street, for Albany, this morning at 6 o'clock.
Regular days of starting-From NewV-York, Sunday, Wed-
tn-sday and Friday; at i o'clock,AM. Froth Albany, Monday,
Thursday and Saturday, at 6 o'clock, AM.
Persons wishing to take passage in this Boat, are informed,
that by leaving their names at the Steam-boat office the day
previous to starting, tlihey will be called in time to go on board.
The Boat comes to at the wharf at Newburg, Poughlkecpsie,
Catskill and Hudson. .
N.B.-Bagnage sent to the officein ithe afternoon or evening
previouswill betaken in charge. J27 It
9,Thie steam-boat MARCO BOZZ .-
tR RiS, Capt. G.ChildwillleaveFulton.
^ n Market-slip, E. R. this day (Friday)
? Iat 3 o'clock,P. M.-Thie Marco 1wll
taake the place of the Long-Branch
until further notice. On the arrival of the Marco at New-
London, stages will bein waiting to convey passengers imme-
diately to Providence.and Boston, without delay.
Fare to Providence, $0, 1 J27 -
For Halle/t's Cove, Haimmond's Harbour and lWhitestone,
near Throg's .Neck.
fThe steamboat CAROLINA, Cap-
(a-@ S^. ~ tain-Chapman, will run to.and from
Sithe above places anid the foot of
*- ----------Catharine st. daily, Sundays except
= = ed, until further notice, as follows.:
-Leave Whitestone 51 AM.-H. Harbor, 6 AM. New-York 5
All freight and baggage at the risk of the owners thereof.
For further particulars inquire at 307 Front street.' Jy27.
z< L ~ The Steam Boat CAROLINA, Capt.
Q J Chapman, will leave Fulton market
* : sliu, this and Saturday morning, at
halt past nine o'clock, and returning
will leave'Bath at half past 2, P. M.; touching at fort La Fay-
ette each passage, tolad an.d receive passengers.
N. B. Tlie Carolina will occasionally 1iroceed to Coney
Island, of which due notice will be given. For further inibr-
mation, apply to B. BLOSSOM & WILLIAMS, 112 iSouth st.
R0hodc eIsland Steanm-Boat.Line-Direct
'raThenmstexpeditious lhUo to Boston
ca. t only tbrty tslres land carriage.-The
rsteam-boat WASHINGTON, Capt.
S,"...... ..".. E. S. Bunker, willleave hero for Pro-
videncc, this (Friday) afternoon, at
3 o'clock;.and the FULTON, Captain R. S. Bunker, to-mor-
rov atllernoon, atthe suma hour.
. The Washington's regular days of leaving here, are Mon-
days and Fridays, at 3 o'clock, P. M.; and the Connecticut, or
Fulton, will bo despatched every Tuesday, Thursday and Sa-
turday, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
All tht above boats have strong copper boilers andlow pres-
sure engines.
Stages will be ready on the arrival of the boats, to conve
passengers to Boston. J27

Sa The public is respectfully inforned,
J^-^^-^ ^ that the subscriber intebads rutIng
S i a Four horse Coach between Jersey
e----: -1- --.aCity and Newark, which will start
on Monday the 21st inst. The Coach will leave Britton's Ho-
tel, Newark, at 7 A. M. and 3 P. M., anh will leave Patten's
Hotel, at thec foot ofCourtlandt-strect, New-York, 15 minutes
before 10 A. M. and at 5 P. Il..
Persons wishing to be called for, will please lc avo their names
at Patten's Hlotel, New-York, and Britton's or Salll s' IHotel,
Fareo or inside passengers 50 cts. outside passengers 371 cts.
The subscriber hopes by industry and attention, to render his
establishment ian accommodation to the public and deserving
their support. [mInt 9tf] JAMES FLOOD.
-.*. The Steam-boat FANNY, Capt. Da-
{ySsi ~ vison,. will leave New-York every
O S Wednisday and Saturdasy, and the
Steam-boat LONG BRANCH, Cap-
IwAKf-B:e- Ss tain Mather, every Monday and Fri-
day, at 3 o'clock, P. M. and arrive early next morning in New
London, where post coaches will be in waiting to toake pas-
sengers. immediately to Providence aid Boston, arriving there
samneo evening. Returning, the Fanly will leave New Lon-
don Mondays anud Fridays, iad the Long Branch Sundaysand
Wednesday, at fi o'clock, P. M. or on tie arrival o thic
stages iroi Bostorn nd Providence. "*
Alter lbiding passengers at New London and Groton, ile
Fanny will proceed iinmmediatelvy to Norwich, where post
coaches will be in readiness to comivey passengers to Worccs-
tcr, through Brooklyn, Poimfrct, Woodhstock,& e. 'Tihe ran-
ny leaves Norwichl at 4 o'elock,.P 'A.nih

ff OS. DE GROAT & GEORGE G. Sm'ITi, 20395 talsn
.S street, intorm their friends and thli public ill gsusrol
that thoy have commenced Ctie Painting buiunsss iu ul its
various bra/ihes, mnd hope by their punctual attention, Co
laso a general patronage. DI GO S T
dl, 41vwEGOT0,SIH

w At 0A. A.t. 12 and -, P. M-.; miles land carriage.
ao AJ5ei-Brzvns. tick, Princl ton I Trentonj.
irst Line, (domrning.)-Thc steani-boat THISTLE, Capt.
G. Jenkins, will leave the wlaarf,north side ofthe Battery, Ifet
of Markethfield-street, at 6 o'clock, A. M. every day, Sunday
execprtcd. Passengers :rrivein Philadelphia by tie steam-boat
Tri; NTON, Capt. A. Jenkins, same afternoon. Fare,'84.
second LaneT.-The new and splendid steami-boat SWAN,
Capt. C. Vanderbilt, leaves the wharf as above, at 12 o'clock,
noon. Third linestcam-boat, GOV. WOLCOTT, leaves at 2
o'clock, P. M. Sunday excepted, stopping at the usual land-
ings Passeriterswill lodge atTrenton, aid arrive at Philadel-
pi"by streim-hoat at 10 o'clock next morning. Fare, only $3.
P. a-The Baltimore Union Line Steam- boat leaves Phila-
delphia daily, q 12 o'clock, noon.
For seats, apply atYork House, No. 5 Courtlandt-st. second
ofhce frroBroadway; and at the office, No. 1 Washington,
corner of Marketficld-street, or on board the boat, at pier No.
1, North ier, first wharf north of the Battery.-All goods,
specie and baggage, at the risk orthe owners Ihereof.
A YLETSON & BAYLES, Proprietors. .a
The New-York and Easton coach starts at the arrival f the
Thistle at New-Brunswick, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sa-
turday, nd returns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 30
a hepssas The public arer.. spectfullyinformed
thete arenow two new, fast and con-
venient steam-boats, thie GEORGE
.... -. WASHINGTON and the RICH-
g pegs ARD VARICK, plying on-this fenry,
between Jersey city and the foot of Courtladtiistcet, in the
city ofAew-YVrk.
These boats are propelled by engine pon the low pres-
sure principle, and have copper boilers. They are naviTgafed
by careful and experienced Amen, and every exertion wll be
made by activity-and attention, to promote the comfort and
accomnodation of travellers. A boat will leave each side
every fifteen minutes, only remaining on the slip long enough
to discharge and-receive its freight. PasTsengers may ble as-
sured that every thin g necessary will be done to maintain this
ferry in its present improved state, and to continue the ae-
coniodations which is now afforded to the Bublic. e do
.The stea-boat GEN. LA FAY-
j -on CETTE, Joseph B. French, master,
-awill ruh between Bridgeport and N.
.. ...... .... York, the ensuing season, commen-
Sacing on Wednesday, the 14th inst.
receiving and landing passengers at Saugatuck, each way, in
the following manner, to wit: leaving Bridgeport Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays.at 9, AIM. arrivig at Saugatuek at"
11, and at New-York at itP. M., LeaYn.New-YorK(eastsid
Fi lIton-.slp) Tuesdays, Thursdays andsaturdays, at oFiA. M-
and arriving at Saugatuck at 3, and Bri report at 5n' lloek, P.
M.-Passage between a Bridgeport-h andy`ew-York ,2s-he-
tween Saugatuck and New-York, $1; bIfweear ria7X'Qand
Sauigatuck, 235 cents.-Stages will be in readiht eseartheaizri-
val ofthe boat, to convey passengers to Stratford,MIlf6ordand
Derby. .' p ",
The LaFayette is fitted up in the.best miadcer, and her en-
gine is in perfect order, and every attention will hbepaid-to
iassengers to make then. comfortable. Carr'ansdlMalwayl
be in readiness to comne asEeraliteadjacent
towns._ L. l
Capt. French-solicits a share of freight, which hd e will at-
tend to witli-sil -possible care. The price of freight will be
the same as on board of the Packets.
By order of the Board of Directors, e
Jea IRA eSHERMAN, Ag.nt.
LADY CLINTpN;.Capt. Seymour_
t 13by"the eam-boat C MR aWnd
e6tt, by the steam-bot I- SWIFT-
a -S'i SURno These spacious and elegant
boats, will perform their regular route between New-York and
Albany, every day i the week, except Saturday and Sunday.
Their speed has been muchuimproved since the last season,
and the passages will be performed chiefly by daylight, giw-
tng passengers an opportunity to view the interesting scenery
of the Hudson River.
The boats will leave both New-York and- Albany at the
saMe hours, as folltonws, viz:-Monday at 6 A. M. Tuesday
S10 A. M. Wednesday, A. M. ThursdAay, 10 A. M. Friday
10 A. M.
To leave Albany lodivate' At M. Tua-d I. t0 A r'L
Wednesday, : M A.. Thirerip. lA. M Frie.Fa, A0A.M.o
The proprietors lol via esis n ec ia-r ,-nitiho aiice o'o
the patronage that ha. t-'er-n s i. '. iuoII arstiebhy thlis rlaoa-
lishment; which hasasileri to a irtoellerd r, Bisri anled doi-
gre.of comfort, and entire security from those disasters to
which the beststeam-bqats and sailisg packets are exposed
BELLONA-The steamboat Bel-
ia o I ona, Captain J.H. Vanderbilt; wil.
rT leave New York, from the foot of
........Marketielda st.: for Elizabethtowia
I .m m- e'Pa point, every day, except Suay nday, at
6 o'clock, A. M. half past 10 o'clock, A. M. and 3 o'clock .
.--and will leave EbzrtbethtorfI sot, for New tary., V
day, except Sundays, at 8 o'clock, A. M. halfphst 12 o'cleje,
P. M. and 5 o'clock, P.M. m ouchit'at Johnson'spDock;Staten
Island, on her passage each wsaygastage, p19 cents. Hor-
ses, carriages, waggons and light freights, taken at'the risk of
theowe ers oftho same.
A convenient new and superior sociablestage coach is pro-
vided t6o take passengers from Elizabethtown to the adin"
freeofeierac -twTe -ire employed to run btv.- ti M.on;,-
i.Avra o.] L uidinrgticr is meot ir h nurs of the EiS.uahnt al
ci hai lt itii s .'.:lIt. raT l,, of I ttn n ta o -.hc-i.' i 'a
Mogunt-.r anr l.n. i hi, \ ,cctcd riilbe tii ep c tly ,o-.i.
limrer News.. rk or, Ti.;:.djv, Thursd,1 ag r ntliatdi4, ii t1
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The steaidbhltsUNITEDSTATES
Broyn t 0ol Capt. Beechoer, and HUDSON, Capt.
." anford. having been fitted up and
t sh i9. complete order have commenced
their regular trips between New-Haven and New-York; and
will continue to run througlitho season in tlieifollow ig order
Leave New-York every Monday, Tuesday, Wednes ,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. and Saturday at 4
P.M. Leave New-Haven every Monday at 9A.M. andMon-
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
at 7 P; M. Making seven trips in each week. Fare, $3. Post
coaches always in readiness oi the arrival of the boats at M'
Haven, to cona-eylpassengers to Hartford, Boston and Provi-
dence. Freight taken at moderate prices.
JV. A-All freight, baggage, &c. at'the risk of the owners
hienreprf Jyn
Via Aorrtsiskfi nndsSchool's founiajin,
Leaves New-York every Tuesday,
T y rday sod Saturday mornings at
6i o'clock, by the Steam-boat EEL-
-- --LONA, Nsom the foot ofMarktlhield-
street, north side of the Battery, for
Etlizabetlitown-Point, where passengers take post coaches and
arrive ii Easton the seme aterIoMI about six o'clock. Fare
through,$ 13 (boat fare included.) Returning, leave Easton
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, at four
o'clock~said arrive in New-York by 6 P. MN.
B. C. CHAMusBERLIN, Proprietors.
N B. All Baggage, at the-risk of the owners of the same.
Flatbinsli, Bath and Coney Island Stage.
The subscribers respectfully inform
their friends and the public, that
they have again commenced rein-
ning their line of stages between
1 --Brooklyn, Flatbusb,Bathand Coney
Island, under the following arrangement:
One stage will start from iBath-House everyday, at o'clock,
A. h. an MU4 o'clock P.M.. fromSitno Vori 's, Flatbush, at
hatll past 7, A. M. aid o'clock, P. M.; Coe S. Down6n,'sand
Steaimsboat Hotel, Breooklya, at 10 o'clock, A. M. and 6o clock,
P. M.-The other' stag, wtill start from dosety .Island every
da',a it quarter before 7 o'clock- A. Mh. aid at hlalf sast t
o'clock,.U,M.; Coe S. Dowtiin"'s, sod Steam-boat Hoteh
Brooklyn,;ttit)1 o'clock, A. M. santT 6 o'clock, P. M. '
Flatbushi, June1,2, 1627. Jel33Oa

G SMITH, Patent Percussion Gnn ainl Pistol Mantifaturer,
.- No. 201 Witer street, next it thlc ,rnoir ofFulttfn stai-eet"
otters for sale im general assortieni tof Sirtprllnga Mlitary appa-
ratus, ol' a superior luaility, llkewl-ie i qiatitlit' fBluder ussee,
stillablo 1in r the South AnicrTlcan nuirket. :.
Sporismcii desirous of (ifimrig- thlir flit guns altered to percus-
siot, call hive theim iowii 24 iioursilroitthe t tinie tey are left,
aud the work guariantted to perfoin wvell. -
Ordirs frI' slhipphisg are Iut in order with dAspntcl, IRfles na14
Pl'Izi sllmckenlc ililt i4t 1110 siortcst nethtie,- II4