New-York commercial advertiser
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Title: New-York commercial advertiser
Uniform Title: New-York commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. 1831)
Alternate title: New York commercial advertiser
Physical Description: 59 v. : ; 66 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Francis Hall & Co.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: June 18, 1835
Publication Date: 1831-1889
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the New York Public Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Jan. 3, 1831-Aug. 31, 1889.
General Note: Publishers: John B. Hall and Francis Hall, 1844-<1853>; Francis Hall & Co., <1855-1863>; Commercial Advertiser Assn., <1864-1876>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 11512345
lccn - sn 84031981
System ID: UF00073665:00001
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Preceded by: Commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1809)
Preceded by: New York times and evening star (New York, N.Y. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Commercial advertiser (New York, N.Y. : 1889)

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f-or sale at 64 Pine steet- AME AMERICAN INSTITUTE.-Tliis exhibition of the HOPE AND MEMORY.-A little babe Jay in the o IN--- --- ---
120 cases Satinets, couiprisinz an extensive assortment Fabricsof American Manufacluresand Ihe usefularts, will crade, and Hope came ands i. We i ts *. write seventy-the Ya a
of fwll blue, brown, lavender, drab, black, Adanms' mixed, be held in the cityof New York in Octobernext. Atthe Exchange Reading Room, Tiew-York nurse gave itake op s another to-moel
silver gray, Oxford an( Oxford and steel mixed, of various Some conmnodiousplace w ll be selected, the days of ex. row; and whent oger rought a floweroverc e"'n0 Writen seht, ytoree ear ne
qualities and different shades of colors hihition specified, and hereafter published. VESSELS and made
30 ease blackand blue Cloths andlCasineres This timely notice is given for the purpose of affording I I O oe told Surely i appery i n
:e 30 bales medick and fine Clohst Fannels lopttr ulpo uiyfrpeaain cip Mississippi, I New Orleans, 3wae IS "brgtroewihtwulgaerfrt s achsets th*-r aere aurelyi uhwse very few of he og
r- 250 ease-, varicusstyleslightani dark fancy print ., from The universalapprobation which has attended these ex. Ship Montreal, London, J ue 20 e he whbt erew to a child a nd an oihr,. e- ,'* sunittherf ae d poa( (;,r + American print Works, Fall River, and ague's hibitions-the high-wrought emulation produced among Ship .Aln, Lon e Her name wan M y S
thw,,rks,A raat Cranstonr WorsFa vercompetitors for the prizes--the number and respectability Ship Conoa
0- 7t5 cases blue Prints, difter ent styles of the visitors, and the variety and perfection of the arti- Ship Caravan, I Antwerp, st."- der such a master as that of Pla
4)( bales 4.4 brn. keetins, low priced, medium a & fine clespresentd for sevnsuccessive anniversaries, miduce Sill) Hamilton, I Marseiles, -he chil answered, I see a lit;e book." Ard Ipswi, Dc 3d,
4 ) t [ ) l e s 4 4nrn .S M emio rys ,a iwdpr i c eI m e d i1 7 6 2.i nT hti sT ra yte sao fst h
300 bales stout .-4 brown -Shirtiits the Trustees of this Institute to look forward with confi- Ship India, Madeira, -- teach thee how to get hone i m Concern
id 3W cases various rnalitie.,3-4,7.8, 4-4, anti 5-4 bleached dence for amore impo~ display than has ever been wit- Ship New Orleans, Rio Janeiro, -from it, book, that will be dweet to thee whenithou t that plthny that I the Subscriber in Conei nr
dCottons s.nesse--a display proportioned to lthe great, palpable and Barque Harder I Monei art old.' M Servant Plato h has beenit
75 bales 25,27 and(29inch brownDrillings growing iiprovpmentm Ahich every yearaccomnt ishes. Galaot Antonia randna, Amsterda ,-- The child b ame a youth. Servant that after m y Death and in Wl
a 15 cases fine 6-4 Camrbrics In enoustmen in every part of the linioii, arid in all the Brig Chanticleer, IPort ai Prince,___ to his bed, Hop ^and Me ory ate he wn shall be fre if hey deies t and ife'h e athc
50 do coas ed Cai bricsn w ell assorted depar lme s elfindustry, are respectfully invited to for. Brig SocratesIs Bremenwe, H opesangen f me lodious ar rood by the pillow sh all h av e Ly ien t tr frith an S roa s ,
15 do Marseilles VVestingg, a good style wardinodlelsmactinesandsuclichoicespecrinensof useful Brig Susan Elizabeth, Monrovia, song, and said tollow who i pleatz e a n I
20 do indigo-blue D, killings fabriesand skilful workmanship as will afford an adequate Brig Dussar, me and Pvey morning thou shalt Wake w'ith a smile
15 do colored do view oftie perfection to which mechanical and manufa u- UrAg thenian, I Ca hagena, as sweet as the pretty Jay I sungthee." InY east Kitchen & have his feather B4
20 bales heavy 42 inch Cottonades ring skill has arrived in the United States, particularly in Scbr. Edward Vincent, 1 Gibralar MalagaI er onion & a P
rin skills C e ks n 8rpe h aspar ivdue ionf thos eommoditiesthlgaBtatorarie1El pe i t ee ny n ed P wtrslttr&essen pOln & Tr
20 do Plaids, Checks and Stripes thec prod auction of those commodi ti es that are most essent ial *Secfr. Rob Roy, I Tarrpice that we sbhoulfd~ co tend 7 He s hall ie any well Ch te~aitrs on A c% a -o ~ kle
0 do heavy iBed T icks to ourcom fortas a nation. S cisr. .oozelle, ILagu ia I- as t A ri d h e sh a si ne a ll h have re for h a n Lib e rty t o
100 casaessortcd qualities Pali Leaf Hats. je 16 The western States lhve occasionally contributed. Itis NB Lettersrecived andfowarded t tsth lif ?111"
hoped on the corning occasion they will avail themselves world bfythe earliest conveyances, stiffiie dt for her ane Acre o L an
& AHE.KIA.N & GILLIL.IAN, No. 132 Pearl-street of the facilities of steamboats and rail-roads for transport- So he kissed Hope and Memory a ie was be-
? have received per late arrivals, and oftex for sale an ing a variety of their best productions, that our citizens it Ma be most Convenient fo and a
e x ten s iv e a ss ortm e n to f--oi n ly e e n a b le d to fo r m so m e id e a o f th e p e rfe c ti o n a l. S HIhP L E T T E R BA GS sa t Si l en t l y b h i s sid e, w e p t pr ai n b o w tish e o f y ea l & e v e ry Y e a r, & have lb
4-4 Linens in whole and demi pieces, from common to really attained in the arts In that interesting portion of our" B TER BAwS hat into bwop
C xra^lnper Republic. MA usnsMrlata eRon tdens. When he woke, they came, with'the cut Wol he n eessriy shallwat & Bav 'ern. t
5-8 antd7-8 Lawns, in J and whole pieces TCie ladies the trustees rely upon with confidence; they CORNER OF WALL AND PEARL STREETM. lark, to bid him good morning, and heave a hand
3.4 an,14-4 brown and black lollands have never failed to contril)ute their fu!l share. The pride each. toSfoor his COW & [Jay if- allother Priviledges n,
.3 4 0lo"nn whiteDrillin of patriotism whichhaiinduced them for seven successive VESSELS. | ours. SAILS. He became a man'.rivryna op ,a s w ty for him. In Case he hol y an y t
7-8 I'latillasant Dowlas; 3-4birds-eye Diaper years to ornament oar exhibition rooms, has operatedpro- hILo toS ppor thi e o
3-4 7-8and 4-4 brown Linen pantaloon stuffs, new style pitiously for the general cause of industry, and the proud hipMontraly, I London, 13une 20 1 oldAgenot ab t support himcelf or
3 "4 superfi ei itation Grass Cloth triumph of t Fairs of the American In.titnlu may to a SBlPutitnd at th A ge o un d my H .>rs h all do i t hat eer At oA41 rtably
6-4 7- 8-4 5-4 and 10-4 Dialierand dan-iask Dlaper grartnib grie otfm rmum ilb United h S tates',, 1 UverpooL. I June 24 Bua eghAefudhim and turned his itemV^ d-T ,l htvrhesalsa i
6.474.48and 10-4damask Cloths. and Napkinuto match el as at former fairs. ShieP0usAllen, London, Jun vr ed.
6 4 8-4 an 10. 4 doable dains k Cloths for city trade Editors of papers who feel an interest in the progress of iparavan Antwerp, ---- tmorsembry sat bowis chir, led ol MAT'THEW Wilorr
Irish anrti .4Sdoth bleetidam fask loths fShiptyOtrive.&ditoriof p persvanafe
Irish ant ?cotch S h eet ,g ao f aiiw l lh s th e u se ful arts, are req u ested to give th is n o tic e a pu b licail Still) L e wis r e d fre d l t h a said ,
Patent LineiiThrfead,?Nos.22and30,((Wilson'sinproved tion. Ship Cass, Mobile, go Hnth n ot loomed ther s e ntrus ted said t CEM m I
patent) Office of the American Institute. New York, May 1, 1835. Stp h rolinianp St. Thomas & P. R. thee, ote S p T at S t. sep .
9A n,t06-4CarniIiics an d.lackonetgs JAMES TALMADGE, ` il) Concordia' I Hamburgh,
5-4 and6.4mulli bookancck Muis MARTIN E. TOMPON, Shi Wall And she answered, I fear so for th lk f Florida
4-8oriledMusliis;S.4and6-4redPaddings CLARKS N CROLIU Skip Chancellor, IMarseilles, m casket is worn Sometmewr a TherB has b cseb ximn
l IBi [ a r q u e I H a r r i e t I M o n t v d o
8-1 p;;i.l Uru Cliffs lJANIME, LYNCH I Trustees. sleepyrit, oneido -- at~nd Tim e purloi!rnslmyey. Bu the gems the .inhabitants of A pacionsdeabl exit onemuenta
Y..rk~sljirc and, We,- of England Cloths, blues, blacks, EDWIN WILLIAMNS,i "'- Galliot Antonio Franclita, I Auisteidam, that_ thou pyitd giveme p wrlons if ey wasut ca the decre '"^alaof treSpremeCiourt of thne.1p, n
invisiblegre- Drng ilugreen, adulberry, W&,.c. neextra JOHN A. S1aELI, Brigh Dupau, I Trieste, 'uJune 18 tnaso^ebladkt gxte Je whe, Wifeowasnew-1 can ADE t of
,,SU.1M ,, T.B. WKEMAN Corg. Se'yI Brig M"ariatoCaelo Jl account for all-see how bright they are." States, which has decided tpimL i
super T. B. W A K EM A.N, C or'g. Sec'y, o .P oito CabeltJ l h m e s l
Cassnoeres, ble, black and mixed, &e -c.ay2.C&S nBrig Elizabteh, Sant.. Martha, -- -- a "While they thus sadlyconversed Eope put forth I andsinfavorofC Mkcll a Othrs1Cun
4J,5 an6po'ntBlankets;7-4&8-4twiled fancy ends ; ^ t ^ A I. Brixe.a;eI Kimball, K &\. -- a win tbat sbhad/otwor folde "r he known Fo^ claim,
3dut~l.s ndgo!ca.TAN cknMwP OF TtE UNITED STATES WITH rig Myall, 'fly, &c. zartuent, ad trid its strength in a heavenward prent town, which has tat
3T a n l 3 k p o i n t i n i o h e d M c i n w M ,ll
8-4 9-410.4 and 13-1 rose Blaukets AN ACCO..IPAMIMENT.-Thlgs ap is constructedon a BrigMaria, new proprietors to make krr.ngepir,'eI 1t for0t
8-4 9-4 f4ado 13dos vlneryt uni o ie1 ^'. f ietve railesto ar neacodn tote m e lle ISJoltNF __ The old man laid down to die, and when his soul of it by laying it offin town Iag <'t frtesl
!00 (to do do very superior je 16 Seale of twenty- v ie o ni c~ a c r igt~ em Brig Ellenus'N F
thodk itow n as; Flainstead 'shin p ovedl~ro ctidn, inw hich Sehr I Rob Ro,, Ot. Jforn ,Which --,
is OofI,.IKSIAI ISH Tampico,' went forth from the body, the-angel ok.it.-- Pect to realize gepce.
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WO S HIRTS, S HIRT CO LLAR SBS, BOSOMS, SUSPEN. latliute,and the meridianof.longitude, arc more aniflorm a F e. "-.-A1 letters sen t o l of the Ues, ga te of hea ven. wa lkydown at ts the ort to w t. Jrseph b Apal achicol
DERS &c.--T'e subs scriber begs leave to direct attention in figure;: the ottline and relativeposition of counties.its oc r n r u t U a o aB H lw a ttrpt ,spee. af
r s lateCard, to the following particular, viz:- moragreeablet nature, and the aplcatonof a siplnottheist. wll be sent genly expired, a ro givth out
S T O t:K S o f silk v e lv e t, F re n lc h Tb o m ha z in e E n g lish a n d s i~ a l fo or th e a d m -e a s u r e m enn t o f dista n c e s o n e v e ry p -a r t od r .h m s e o v d t e o p n o t s~ h r
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French silks,satins, linen, inarseilles.& c. &c. iadlein oftheMap, n iorecompletethanby anyotherprojeet o r m te n.t e Frohyf rMa .H r ati gsi h wahik h m sc f a eap'dliiy fn;ceaf)I Vtewhi ga i all w
every variety of styleand fashion, pltain, pleated, trim. On this Map wiill be found, every county, township, hat.Sh rah d ti t goi u or n ai l, a e W m ft ih t
meed, apron fronts, &c., embracing everygrade ofqual parish, hundred,&c.,inrhci~nitedStates,arrangedincon- Apostrophe to the Approaching Comet. 'Immortal happit intoagl thee ab s at I found good Wimiow to 0 ila x^
rty ". fornity with the censu .of 1830, as published b ) authority It ma y bIe co tmidered as t ol eraby tn, tht"> av le t o t ha e s w I t i sn th ieeaso us that I Conen fated t q diga c a "
SIlI k T S o f various q aaliti ns o f lin en and mu slin gin, o f C o on ress; togeth er w ith all th e add ition al co unties, the c o m e t w ill be co m e i s btle"-n a ry prta of h a v lr d eed it. M t s It Y seven ie s c o ss ? W t
hams and checks, plain and ruffled, with and without townships, &c.organized since that period, as far as thee rom p e.os thre [ end of t o n of Josep1 's"al. me
BnmT COI^ RS, anextens!esu )plofeveryqna1ty, lationofthiisworkareofthemostautheniicdescription, Pieptcder next. Onh t b o o A OB A l el and were C ur
BO SO)MS of linen, linen caevbric, ,'fadsscloth, & c., plain, eomprisingtheo srv eys made by order of the acoe xal go about midnight, it will a p a nt ee s a l sn ep bih dt e att a a yt en m f ail ie ot e oj cet e o a a
Stitched, ruffled, he rngb n i s rtin, .,e bra- ver tnt ient, w which now ext~endove i the greatest larto Ittie vati n of about, thirty d g8
aees nd wllb.evetle W odhdyn xp ctdy n ertd his m ftyn andou ot ,anstylatsfeei.oudbea
S UTSP EN D F.IS of guin elastic, silk, w orsted and cotton, of si tes~ f .i .[ian d Al naba m n ld t h srerritom !ie o f ;icni a nks" with te sa r clle d h n t e G e t B erjoii y s m f i n n E g a d t p e h y o g t t h v o ei o g a o
I cveryquialitv, d,,uhle and sin-le, ailda firstratesuipnty-kansasandFloridla. v The Maps published" byorderofthe rs twthhte.sta.c
A Lso, C ravatStiffners, Glovesandvariousoth rartlct ler s, Legislaturesisoifseveral ofthe sla e ,and the latest and tW en that hour a rd Su rise, it w ill ascend the the fortunate person is M r. Josc tph W od of T m- St J oseph' 5 B y it s o v sledrawin
too rjnu ntrous to e irbo t-y in an advertisement. Most vaiuab Ieprivate Mapspublisi edin tthe country ; the fi.'mament, and will cross tbe m rd a e rt ez oii h sS ae'a d t a h e u s a iid en ih od a c oa e n aes etl
The sub --,riber takes th~icop p-rtuni~y ofren itidiniz tIs grattutyuis use of wh ifehhave in several instan ces been n itth of London about noon ," E i b r h R ve .W n ic m t n e -S v rly as s~ ns a d rvl P n a oao n t e ar

ai! new. having ail been prepared within the last three information hasbeen communicated by gentlemen in va- r nal and ommercial
nollits wih great care, every attention having been be- rious partsofthe Union, andtollected bythebshiness The end of Aupastnd !coserciation
slowed )y the moast experienced arid conpelen' t hands, agentsofthe publisher,whieh havebeenincorporatedinto 13 that the period settledfor yo visi t 7 V "Qrt, sevln and by te a vi g a nal, a s g
ltnow en rac sthe estassort en,lhehas everhad the body o ithe Map. To the following gentlemen, the Is that indeed the lim when lw's short crust would inevitably have periied but for theprompt st hat t he steamboats can m e t ship
pleasure of offerng, and -at price es itat cannot fail to pt e- publisher feels particularly rdebted,6 iz.--y Greenleaf tude of Mr. Wood, who ionutantly plungeditthe atwni at t
S e tif t r o n g e n d il c e n te n ts t o p u r c h a s e r s E s q ., o f M a in e ; N I H a l e E s q o f Blo s t o n ; D H B u r r w t r T h ,, -fi u t y a d a g r s e .S o s p ~ a i l h v e i e
He is daily receiving from1 his nmanuractor,y fresh suip- Es:.,of New^ork;J iMcJohno va ntoTenAgutagelser d"ioorv hik "1?-wdwthSrdficlytn dnerese present *llhve viet a
plies of new and elegantzoods in hisline ; and his assort- ina; .1. Betiltne, Esq, Surveyor Generalof Georgia, and aIf as your advent you've resolve d to fix it is di restorin the chs to the sup- oe its agoe la is ot I t *g o t p n ttle town of Apalac
nent vit!,at allttl es, afford the opportunity of wxiking a McCoy, Esq. of Alabama. Also, to T. Gordon, Esq of Oh. forrtheeMediteriancanofink. nized parents. Repeated and liberal offers ofre- esup redn th pr e sels atpthe an
cicreSeetin t Newiersey ; Mills, Esq., ofthe Gen. Lnd Office ; M blot out the Reviewer's ipse dixit! ward have since been made to Mr. Wood, which lay incurredeby x se
Il eneralh, to inv iteshim wi th a call, era nd ur-nastre ofhs R hea, Esq ., ofyenrtCssee~afdtl jFaanritterE sq., ,fnS~i i M Citerra n a!o bl eor lckby h m on t e elhyP si n sadi ct ndg drad e
gcn~r^^ ^ ^"'^t^S~o^^l1'^ Meiterranan! or ,,,, orblackhalve been as co.,>taritly refused byhm-nh ~oiil J1^1torae is a salubrious ad
contineTdexertions Io supply them at the lowest rtets vil I nd. ,th p ublishe r i.ein e te ra rk esrenao n A. tl gre< eantc dep ere loti wi" be a Red-sea; ?ound tlat hc had done no more tha his duty, and (v marked ou t t e SMnd road riciaro
W A R R EN CA R TE R' o f th etow ns ips of ndian a w hic h have not hith erto t, sciour titl ehof L ifetwi -- l bee a D ad -u r e th e tri En m aineer that ill .'
Manufacturerof Stocks, i earedon any-published Mal of thatssate. y with it its own reward. The gentleman, however, the year. A nd asath istae "eCarry throughout
nay 26-C&S No. 130I'carl-street. The printed AcCOMPANYM N cT contain nds an Index alpha. For have not several" aes" brought, us here who recently died, could not forget the no ly disin classOf c ial v i is esCaabe
betical v arranged. ol aumrethan9500 co.n ties,< districts, A piece of news too heavy for a porter, terest.d conduct of the preserver of his child's life; o th e r of 111 the ses ab leoar be
N'RETA1 CAP. STOC K, LINEN CO[LLAR ANDOIL parisheftons',' skpsandrillages in thoeson, wihtihe T0a thou, within a quarter,wit appear- and on opening his will, it was found 0 contain the the c w the riv ors C trah o f
URETAII. CAP, STOCK, IINEN CDAV1ESR AksoND 011, populall(Im ^s~o feachaTnsno'iexe a of quarter mloreand show ,s no nore quarterp above munificent laouest, of which Mr. Wood has t census
SLK N1ANUFACTfORY.--LI1KE DAVIES & SON, has n alo h dsarrc feaht w c.fotWal-Fi t,- t n plah cl ; hl h
c Aostan t lotn h o.bi n e, M rin ,Moro o. ambe ington City, and fromt tho capitalofeach'stateregpfctive. Is it not iated, to astound all earth. been duly apprised. Truly a magnificent reward Sent littleto A P alaChiCOla i well known
C AP80 1-Coth B oibt z ,' 4 c inl Iv. l y Likew is ean I.N BX 0o fm ore *h an Ef LE VRN H UN DRED RR (A .du h e it fact or fa lsehood, I 'v e no share In't.) for a n oble action I N ew J e tsey G a zety -theim ails very irregula risol a t e
Silk,& p VERSWiththeirleD904 ofcoursestated inmiles. That men Shall see a strange and fearful Birth- COUNC thI ost asonabEe pttrns f neey-n, under stany irregula- i t n
Youth,and Children. k fongstwbich aresoine of thel-' The INDEXES are so c Connected Will) the MAP, thatby Thatthou, 0Cometwilt become. hapare ? C Nnommunications by land travel
te ta o tf sh ou b lv e tr~ n Pa i ra k InP eans 0 Lteierence letters placedon thetop and bottom T erritlp fidings -w o lk-r ul of w e
lihb Orleans,andSpaeist Bag Caps, a tithadmired art!. and SodeG fehalMrbucanyeanntyodF.tr.ctmparishwtovn- Dowtheoasran senet
e e o e t c m a d o uhass cs i t h e r t r a v e l lh in g o r d r e s s s h i p to w n e or. r i v e r im a y be r e a d i l y f o u n d -a n d n m an y e r, T. h a t t"' t b c r i r i t e s i Z l= 0f o o n n i
Caps. ~~~rors and ,net n veiem n zie inthe transm issin of ei ittors And will the p o igro i ne s d ni hlyISt t st ol. .C u ci.it.s m a y of t e i ill,-e r a go s m s-ot d aw m re t a
Arising fr the eidlslaitiesa the naies of pla ana nswst rs
bluc Ibiack, and w h~ite Satin .,[fl p ank an blue black Silk e ces in thte )nit ed States ray be obviated b y m erely refer- A litter ofyoung co lets! -11t rt r
vet; black andfancy colored cs,,tir &c. all of which ri.,as Cartbe con enedaautheati e apponteditohold'ionithehisdvntofAtatsnce grows eonvet
a r e l r a dt 1 1 1 ) [t o a s u p er i or im a n n e r o i l t h e P a t en t .E l a s t i c w h en i t i 3 k n o w n t h a t o n "h e M a p a n d c o n s e q u e n t l y i n A n d th o u g h u n a b l e t o p r e pe r i e a c r ,t e p r
Bristol Fra mrds : plain trioricdwvith bows, pleated, &-c. t hel~rbted States,thercar 10 o ni st W S cb a D e st ene it ~s fceritui n y a dfre d hp b-"eZ alt ev ro s n to O o nl t t A aah cl ,s ol i s a
A!so,alargeassortn,icntoffetocks, made of llair Cloth, iugtile venerated name enWashaington ; 79 of.lintr sioe it and t ribe ds hi p b uwe sen fro t ie inclu ding o t of Co mpatiAp al l the udva tag es
wr73w Franklin; ard 66 of Jefferson. In additiontoathe uTsaSal r
to fit the neck, and set with perfect ease and elasticity; above,theA ccornplanintient eontain GereralView ofthe of ai by H er0 e e h u lcp p r -
plait) andtirimined with bows- Ilnited States, and of the several state.- anoterritories, The comet seeks a more sequestered lot, Mountains, &c. &c. This council can hardly fil n ea Cloice or risk their money
IaINN NCOLLARS---nh the greatest variety of styles with a particular account of the internal i provenents And all our fierce volcanoes are mere vapours. to be a very interesting one, aswelunderstand that A Charter has been obtained frim the lrist!
andmad Patterns-- plain,p in t e b st lnnrSi e te single arid do uabl e cord, existinigand p respective. L ikew ise th e principal actua s v r l t o s n s o s n u o e o s o h o C U n i f F o i a f r t e i t n e a a ,a i
O L S K O w i e b l c r e n f a y n d p a d s t a pe r o u t e s t h r o u g h o u t t l h e I n i o n w i t h t h e d i s t a n c e s i n r s t antosh e p r i r e arte p e tes e t t ndqtui t e c h ai s p r p oenf rgw o h u ded--u s n
OILSI AS Ofwit, la k, re nfan y ottnida ie s from place to pla exhibited. The whole," in con. YetThat'sah Somethingno uc yetweto tilakesh lloelne's h ro it s ibehao n w h nt ese m otA k n a ef ak h uda u h b h u h e esr od
alldecriptionsandwidths, with agoodassortmentofLinen nexion with tle Maillustratingthe geogiaphy,topogra- not much; we s till shall feel its flame- F ort Gibsonown, behea the Caoat will tleft pse, s o fl d i as tuh e thought ec nss yi
hlynn, pw, and 3tatisties'ofthe Uniolin a mortidn, arid be held-popssblay atthatpost, but more probably at wharve--and purchasing the requisitelad w
bllshed partners. The above works way be "tnf MOIJID, Had been for (7""11o't Wholly unava ing C rrey m e a s y es n t tA o in r v t tr r somewhere in the prai- is the U. S. public domam-andit is expected
The abovearticles d o sale wholesale and retail at the 155 B3-roagway, New York.T OIeto bad tale men alwh
Old E s tablished Capan'dStock Manufactory o Pieof Ofite ihu teIdx $0 ne twobi tls nhumaalna ysureus t virost
LUKE DAVIES & SON, No. 1U2Williaro street. alPon th p wi thout tir Index 810; Index 'Tis human nature's virtue, not its failing. Gibson seveml weeks, and excited considerable cu- and lined, the whole amount of the stock can b
LUKE D- alone. $2. aP E 7 L o e l g o n They were highly delighted with the Ar- dteemedowith large interest, andafford those t
OleP.TCH If SorrY~t I~~^l i~~~~, we're toe feel wenofrgtto hnave no fssf'f kansaw and Compromise, whiich were the first subscribers who are disposed to settle at the towra
F11H E C"AM PAGNE FO INTAIN.-Thestib l cause tire foe we'renotoh v asi tof
L D t ._P O RLgTqar erC LtA M P A G N 'Eca k h P r iB R A JD YTan z etc bell hsceriber a enhavin already introd uced e fl n tn g r .c tehintslf to th s u t a ~ o t h y e e a T e e et e v ,i p o t n t f d i g s i
otc.-100 quarter casks old Port Wine, lawfn,,,,, by his Patent Sell ffliirl SelascalledLoco oos, re. Bm comet~s ae inot racematureaso tousnaelghf ftew ays, under escort ofa. compay wrtof Dragoon, acin oppruiyofdigs n etrtr. h
150 baskets "Grape" Chanmpagne, quarts anliints, land sBSpctfoilly informs tHe loversfa fine sear, and of a glss c
ig from Formosa offgoodchanripa-,ne.that he hal -gesol-ne.-lat No. 4 Park Riow, LM.t us be miserne; yen) let us Icave for the purpose of inviting the various tribes or
40" do (to d do i n sto ai v tatpli htnpnt under tie, ah -v naine, inletweci desig- To idle boysand philosopllic covers bards belonging to their nation, to attend the Coun- do a thi Commercial Advertiser.h
5 pipes Olard, Dupuy & Co. Brandy, entilledto deb. nate it at onceas a place of accommodation for gentlemen Thejoys ofi lopo : let usdespond andgrieve- C1\-Arkansas Gazetle. GENTLEEN-
20*halfpipesr do do do do0do only. His store will be always stocked with segars of all "I would not, if I could, begay," writes Rogers Imay be mistake bu I t i w ,
10 do Seignelte do do do brands worth buying and sinoaking. selected by i ao.t Fromthe Galenian oast 19 nor f l aswe bth I saw a ver y
5 do Champagne do do do colipcle.,t judge with such precanision, as has ntyet been Anamsh is easier when rast all cure handsome
5 pipes London do do do done. by any other e-tablisl;nent. A part of the place ias Check not your sorrow-call it uncontrollable; PE T' N KA-T i a rill this namerun- iateulogiurn onanumber of on g l
6 brls old Peac Brandy een separately arrange. for t ihe reception of gentlemen Grief may be disagreeable yet, endure- ni through the whole extent ofthe lead mis ; it (clerks,) who had assoiate a wo t
400 cases Claret, of various grades who wo,,ld wish to take a glass or two of the hest chain. It grows more pleasant when it's inconsolable. h, oars andWhoh o "ad a boat' or
150 ca.es flock, do ( lo pai ne w itho utt htin f obliged to purchase a w hole or half a W hoe'er is no quite horrr- snri lke, l to its outlet Into the R ock river. T her e are in its Ih eda y s etth em sl a o the river at ni
55 bales old Mocha Cofte bottle. Tile wine obtained from importers well known for I.ethithinkonlyofthea e det course many valuable mill seat.s;nd upo ach fo the benef of Oe th e Now I wil
125 do old Java an(St Doringod their artirle, will be off..r.dnby top gla'ssar the very reason- side, along its whol each is a most
10"baskets Bordeaux Oil; aforsale by able charge ofoone shiilina,, a wnd drawn from an apprratus, Ie thus, at least,i t c et o me s fda long as w oea miningc I t ist b ioul stt a tw ao
RICHARD WII,,IAMSON, constructed under ca.cldl directions of our well kn,,wn YuO wil l obsrv. nn- -.
kepy on ta Mpdl.n" and mer itois caneot~( Dr il ton Theae whoe wotiatcl. Logfb hi eih oMoeineen aie'*beal kon.Nwsetlreaeevrtdyfi-readh lwvched.ne "*131^'-'1
W11^?l' S &c--M AD)E-]RA.--4 butns, b pipes, 8 ous, and the proprietor trusts that his patrons will now, Troubles we've had, 'tis tran"tist pae Sprm etloaosthendheour sroewhhp .r o"dwlhtefwsad
l~cac,,cks v,K:wtoi.CGordon & Murdnck, l'.lackburn's and meii(. .'11 '' u 4 1" "K ap er n me io w s ul, nd abih rnini k
other '.rands, via Fast Indies, London, and direct. D. BERRIEN & CO. 3P7SHRY- Pearl-strhat, conon, ano be Talk notk Brownc whoordl agentst-ran' fome th Lac lFcatson prease froe bye Givellia eaS ons the, water (;FhsSinlfi
Gold and Pate i 20herry Wine, afR-nd s, turcaskBrw, wGor- lestIaanl egs agnts afordte s goi: e toos thepae rm wihe Gie W tach .i talandFterna aeu rmi;Mmlon hs nepieldhmter nsac anKd urwd t "-in lytasp
don, Puff's and Carrerabrati.l: ,,soneof higthcost. r pr,,nptly ex-cntetl, may 19 OftCobbett tin o-hnupntecetinth a Idnwrb bin heauto siipifnmlt'* ""k ntatigIws

SICILY M ][AD I A-5 nipes In" ham's I'' band. 3 C hathamn square and 515 Greenwich street, Where they A great Enltghtener, bidding oics ea ,a ou l m ls san w th n ar tStt e t. P e ie tsei htT es en S n tr a d
TENE^,ltlI'lFE- p'l(es~andhl piQ" pem dry new (eathers of their excessive maislnre, and purify Will wag a tail ,f fire eesmeeae;. A otofcehrrcelyen taisdiep 1nrnJ.h n ls "'r urerso o .
,hptl~denslthesnrispUre jii~ce of tlhe grape,_ without the addition el vy ar ,l apparently dead' are claeased from ,'he dirt and all Wilt end, in England split into two pieces Hamilton. yon.flosdesdna n la hl up
'*R El POT pipes, 10 qr.cask, and 150 dozen choice imlriie which^^^ I.e h taveteToiinnwenurb;Tisofec s otno n nypulioos rutuse. and (baomth"?lil a""""
,1; PrtRo.zad~wma, lu's radto5 poipess and 'f e very impotan ^~arfie nlar, t~h appearane Nor ,what tie Whig!s hav 0 nrw bogubtibliedtbeeayonadrconro ths asr tak r ,T ;(,C stuin
8.0qrt.cRn,k Iz~atndN wand CalabaPot's 1 fans 50pipes clansd an rsre ff ute dp- newn hs fOa,. ti oMla<, owihpac hr uhtt e mvhaphnoe .""^0.an hs hp
CllAMPAGNE--50caesvriousbrand.s, amngwhich rdqeei nae shor^tt ^^ lime^ previousumn and^ ^ sent ^ ,^

fill,mt, BrauC,o wh i.;,'h(a~r h el'povihwn e. '.l' Ros,., and other brands whithi~ will be satisfactory. ]ns airt, a" trial of thie atove, ,, ', h rtrsy eh sn o b h o uaino ~ n ,, 1 y 'Bo ik r lba
SAU*T,"f;I^l~'NE-(.0,l~lcass alatll' ne, lprse Vi d will tell ltie story. Peds/carried to and from at a reasona. No more about the **March "o uutpec -trmnsw' eices~oitn^ vh ^ ltyu "I~"wudb utrcmes u
Gt v.Npleon and oi*' her F,'F1"nI;ch w "ie Wine. Persons leaving their areswlbepoplatned o ns"y ae-aohrswtirac;oji.nwstupaodlug lkeaopnf ^
^RtIN W1NS--t^e"scc I 1aenhae Rudesh~einter, to.,_ ,, My pen--is shrivell'd--andm ki-ry AA CIET TeHmlo Oi)Itl er os.Sy etee ^
^Erl Nba.'etlorki ine. c. s B-Te lw~ ublic are respectfuHllycr, otsthet4 caln itatgiethdeilofa(-herertldylitifouSt uon
H.UI;MlTAGK--5Oca'.esrhanie bie. see tnatwhch isflor their r.cal.,handinteresr, UNTDSAE A; a n eacoyacdn hc curdi h tofnysop n u fmet Hh

L'NDON It-WN fTOUTAN DIORTIsR-100cask? f A Principal itlms ,i the monthly statement of the U. States neighborhood of that town oi tae 31st ullimo. ear on you, This
e 'a'y.1^ 1 1 1 a Agent, Bank for 1st June. John Shroyer, of Morgan township, had bee[v on a the t fresh water seamen can't smell powder- th
I3 TT ,F---2'0jrss Brstl orer w i a d pin~ t ~The ab -ove g nse 'ut oie odsos fh il Loans on personal.;ecurity, 31,761i,155 45vi t
ofTthe0r ssmrcsneaporter, wne, and pinaceotdispose dfin visit to some friendp, atnd was returning in the after- scampered off shouting astheyTan. BNotrI
CORtKS--10()balesVVelvetCorks,in various packagesand Other secities, 5624,351 41 that this was the Club that youior
diillPrent qnalitis. rg9HE A IHIKICit PATENT SOAPS911 IF, wife ard four ot his children, hen a violent storm somebody else wrote so highly about but I dc
VINF.GAIK-50 casks French wine Vinegar. IL PAINT --Tile undersigned have now the satisfaction 38.787.793 57came on, at a moment when they were in the midst that although they wcre dressed like ge'ntlemanr .
SWEET OIL-50 baskets Bordeaux. orfoffering totthe pnblic.thiohhe imediurftheiragenis, Domestic Bills of Exchange, 24,854,8.32 47 of a forest, and Mr. Shroyer was compelled to Stop Ye made a confusionOfsou sn founed,
I.ONT)ON IIUSTA UD--O ca.iees6 doyen each, togetlier in tll parts of the U. statess the above named article, which h 63,642,646 04- on account of the havoc m ade b. th. tbr e of *I you would h ave th o ht t were oa nded o
with genpial assortment of choice (old Wines, theimostof poeses(esIualitiesfloroutside paintinghtr superiortc those B1ring, Brothers & Co. 1-8 75379
whcnribsbsrbe'owipottin adenile f hteLad pei, 39157 w ind on the trees a round thim. WVhile in the act i; C' ry swinish multitude broke loose themselves.
which are lite subscriber's own Ploi e tat2on, and entitled of White a Sree was 91267 47 N ow the meaninsL Of All this lon preamble iso
todbn~r.Five years' experience, which is the time since `s irts RedemptoheofePulicsDebt a6l0th
Tile public mayrely upon the purityofal' oodsfreu use, provesonfcoat lobe more lasting avid useful than two Treasrcrof the United States, 51),999 14 hii, the tap of nhich fll upon the wagon in which to inir99 this quill driving fraternity, titwhen
tins rtsll nt. or three oI White Lead. Public Offcers, 1,015,66589 his family were seated, and instantly killed ht ihn wi t'hey have a mibad to gst on the Hog's-b t
Allorders will receiveei on fldiale attention. This composting n W-ill not incorporate, with w r,!otcr, areos rcan l nd liv;d Dial Deposites,. N nn Gridiron or into the P ut rr if o, the
is spread uponr the surface of wood or any other ,hatcrial. lurn from tBanks, 4aWra1al7 411
CHOICE TEASE VINES.&c.-The subscribers Vatercannotpenetraie either wood or Molt: buildings Due to Banks, 4,191.857 79 and the unhappy husband on'l father had much dii- A.M.to8,P M.
would invite the attention of their friends andthe* puj. whereon this article is used; two coats of it will effectually Notes of ftate Banks, 3,018,066 45 ficultV in extricating his family from the ruins. Yours, T
lie to theirfin(e assortment Of Groceri es,which consist in prevent dampnesspenetratingbrickwalls and stuccowork, Philadelphia. Boston. Hallett's Cove, 15th June 1835
part ofthe following f willrI frequently causes aw c unhealthy moisture on i wc P personal Security, 3549 3S7 62 2,368,092i59 RESCUE.-On tia 9th inst. during a heavy thun- N. R. By way ofrecaltion I have procure
T EA S ~--G unpovvd iq', fh nlpe ial, th ,oon, Y oung llyson side ofthe in. Bank Stock, 3 27 0 9 34 8 8 9 ir s o m w h l t ie t a er C n
Thkneo w na o ninis Paint adheres close]itowwood.biick, iron and tin-- Other Securitiel,, 3,996,z8 04 a Eagle w as an onnce ofgu pwderha tkepmu(
^ ^'ll-M^ ~~~~~~~~~~in short, to all kinds of wetals-and without the evilofblis. _1-J6! TT ^ ^mlsfo o-tahoyatcei h os, n noneo ht
WINIE.-g-Madeira, o choce s sd A al th term,, 7,918,338 57 2 3 treal, Capt. Vaughan, discovered some floating tim- Nuch as we Use for killing snow-birdsso
different grades. -h as w e se for8killi
Sherry-B-rown, Go!d aud Palo., aron, wh;ch are sorne I has been proved by eiipcrencf, that Fire has little Domestic Exchange, 1,970,503 68 2,
Olor~ no moret fractdeponrroos which havesernapainte
orfle 1wi.thh.t grades brought to this ioarket. n lie anticipated there might be some unfortunate per- hour in the night, I intend to fireon nthem when
Powt-cure juice of thi gaaIpe. Alo, tohae very old andar coeed 9,8842 25 5,656,541f 89 sons. He immediately bore down and rescued from the retreat; and m lietheywon'tFit
vetPrejie fh rape 10;o snerl And od ewirofth tneilybern.eedprfcly ueftom State Banks, 86377 2,2 8dsUto ee e h er rce nterwl' o oetm oore
Teneriffc, Sicily Mlalcira, LsoCae fvros A l e
ve ry ^ Sic iy Ma;ia Lib. lre fvrou 0 ky roof may generally be rendered Perfectly D'ue totXat ankIts, 70,9 66 12,6 35 sn^a. orma amongt who w't As"g we have nihrplicf e no r clw athkue
brands., tight by two coats ofthis; aint,ifprop..rl,,laid on. as Mr. Grant, of Ottawa Ai
New^ y York. Baltimore.^ ver theowl o th rft w ic was a valuable ow kn w f o b ttr ay o eah he e
Champ~agne, Ilcidsieek, Grape and July. The Soap Stone is capa le of beinrn t i
SGer -La n a r ieoftedifLupCrsed,-en White,-dHvan requires a mixture cl half white lead, it is the first coat of Banardoan, 4,537,p.b 0 ."'
U R--apure Soap Stone that forms thimportantbasisof-itsgreat Other Scurities. 97 _520000 Theodore Wilson, of Kittery, Maine, has be ne call thpri towi
COPFEE-Mocha, Old Government Java, Jamaica, La- *durability. 1 committed to jail in Iork,furthe murder of his wife T
,uir swl faracaibo. anla The undersigned have nowv on hand and consot nly for Doesi Ecitgo, 2,164, 81 144,43 32 hc eprertdudrcrusacsoeir^, MNiAnN-r hmsHgibt ,o
CuiEESE-Swiss, nutcIl Barlow and American. sale at their sEtore," No.7 Jautehs Sli N. Yorkthebov ordinary barbarity. He is a farmer ofse2 years (it acre Ahiherst county, Virginia, who died in Februarn
FRUIT.-laisinsin hole, half, quarter and fancy box- mentioned Paint, in all itsvarious cors.9,9,01757 1,6,8537 of bad disposition and habits, and she was an ex last, lefta will In Which he directed that his sla
es; Prunes.Fig, Currants, Ahnondsand Citron. Agents will be establishedthroughont the United States, Due from State Banks, 721,168 68 1932 ecl Woan. abou fifty i-nb ershould all be fre of
PR I S'ERVi.A-Canton Ginger and Limps, tHavanw a Pre- in Ordcs n w ith iti reason. e wll bay f o atm Due to StateBanks, ran 2 f 3378 me 326;P77sV I he Colo eiin Itv teSa te; if
serves viz: Liaies, Pine Apples, Citron, r, 1:3 Order withcir ouses will be astgood qto at eury ac armicksouglesniudtoncfdrpntedear, t ate So hthe 23ivlg ofs
va Jelly..gte shtatest noticed W asre nto n, i w k o t 3 in by e w
LONE ONG SAUCES.-CariicReadnig,aHiarvey, Es-ome a bo uto for lf th at bet ofWhiteN of*The public house of ur baLont hal, of Sag ameng his e rt andeptster A onte
s e n e f A c h v i s u i l S u c c a y 2 6 11 T N K E W & A L L N 1 a r b o+r w a s b r o k e n o p e n b y a m a n b y t h e n a e o h i s h o r s e t a k i n g iv [ h ( n h o i g h m u d r t l
Ie c naeff Ancon erighheoasta en p aces(
KETCr UPS--Wahnui, andbac lushr.am, and Indiailoy. allH tSUHSCLlER inforiety, that ne John a Nicoll, president of t western part oelof a l ed canvich and over pr. sibeth e and the omcei
) of it bar'sBrown gtootit Phiaepbeia Poter and PaleAle .it c s now rti abed dto wait on any who may favor hi, with fo'k county. Mr. a s prang n o m hiss e d, met w eapon s He w as and aogentlcan onte bi et letter bo the Ex
an fi9er. their custom,atthcr houses, with breaof as good quality burglar in an entry, ansl a violent strule ensued.-- nuch respected. ( f r
IlAMS.-Westphala.Virginia, BurlingtonEatnCityCured asthey possiblycalnl eet. in the ct- i 'l bL haTpp OtC re- melyJassistance bein- r procured, At The rcen Co ofew (lays s inc a ints. ecp o ,
flaos. ceive any orders-having provided himself with a horse andd reatw itha noow lo, one of theJsep o Am rong, electedst w
SEGASof very i h,r ice q n alitit s, aiong v lr ieb aresonen d of fo tile Pltercparedain orthe p l ce, ow t de in our county jal. Fr, F. th a ccat ha i fee dom or
very superior T,sbacaona. Bread hinall its variety, with art nstaalassortment of Cakes, although severely beaten, is rio Prnvi'iojs 1331l Bed and has sentenced to pay a terms pribedrby the wl. farth C
All ofrth[e above goods hiaves beenselected Withs realt ca, stilbe had daily atlt old e stablisno eti of (hedB No. 4 o ehe assailant,yib pobsess any weap, fine of t y dla and cation ow t the subject isend eted the oceta
caro, andare ofstexeeriorqaabliine lorsalt be y Vestewltreet.A gentleman in Duchingm1rA cRunre t s c ea
14TIsa KtfALTER &yLINEN, IMot Rollsatthis season, every ;iiorningat o'clock. At thet reTmnt 78o.630 Utieaved Aune ou rer i
je 15 Fuhtnn. car. of Church st. 2 OHap "28. C ,c13RsOkiE Uia uc.-rmte!haa u- onlpeiinJsp rm O lcasd et wet-he lae il
'INE-S, TE!AS AND VRCI E .-Th DAIJEAU98 CELEBRIATE D STIR E.NGTM perty, has pass#rd, been cleared front, -t( eta hst)dbswr ad n hnb re i ct
subserilb:,rs have on ha la are sotmxi ofandfo nd uilyroge assortor n teenrstIDf ENING P ,ArTER--Prepared f+,rlains or weakness l)ace,, or, the Erie Canalvi:-977b s.F o renpad adapict nh sb en m eon (
\Visies, Teas aiid Groceries. for sale oil te,',u6as reasonta- in(the breast. Side, back, o iis lofrg ofilna ,7 bs A h s ,4 bs r vso s 33 2 d g e ,a d w s s ne cdt o reny a slir- o i;E e uo ot e C l nzto oitji
bit! a, flit.t rate av'iches can be obtained in tile city. Their tisin. liver comnplaints. ,arntdysplepsia; for conchls, colds,4, bushels W heat 8.t buhl Co reG an 35 52 s m n i t eAn u nS aeP i o .ii ew eh rit ils nd h m toL eia nci
oraS ttnexp~ected ~;4in all ostablishalent faaotalofartil~e tkind,U anlad ald'bincludes I&cmasthc sil'thcy wi412i075euetygiumbered1at- ms whiahharegtated
every variety fior thte use of familicst-amongst them are-- noleastinness.,Safety ........ certinl. are',,,,i ed ) sot,+t....613 feet Timber,.8,3 tvs or olseltonhsa atrahdorvlae etra

g proprietors ofthis Line ofPackets having mcrea
n ed the number of their Ships, will hereafter d
Sat'h one of them from New York and from rortsimut
on, the Ist, Ith and 20th, and from London on tie 7th, 17t
and 27th of every month throughout the year: viz:-
June 20--Ship MONTREAL,C. 11, Champlainmaster.
July I-ShipCANADA, Thomas Brittonmaster
July 10-Ship --- (new) master.
July 20-Ship HANNIBAL, F. I. Hebard, master.
Aug. I-Ship PHILADELPHIA, E. E.Porgan, waster.
Aug. I--Ship P'RE-IOENT, George
A ug. 20-Ship SAMSON, D. Chadwick, master.
Sept t I-ship TORONTO, R. Grkwold, master.
Seepl. 10-Ship ONTARIO, Jacdes Kearney, master.
Sept. 20--hipONTARIO, JaresKearney,imaster.
Oct. 1--Ship WES L'MINATER, (new) H. L. Champion.
Oct. 10-Ship ST. JAMES, Wrn.S.Seoornmaster.
Jnne 27-TORONTO, leaves PortSmouth July 1.
J"ily 7-ONTARIO, leaves PurtsmouthJuly 10
July 17-WESTMIN1rER,leaves Portsmouth July 20.
July 27-ST. J.AMES, (new) leaves Portsmouth Aug. 1.
Aug. 7--MONTREAL, leaves Portsmouth Aug. 10.
Aug. 17-CANADA, leaves Portsmouth Aug. 20.
Au 27 (uew) le ves Poxtsmouth Sept. 1.
.gut 7-HANNIBALLeavesPortsmouthSept. 10.
Sept. 17-PHILADELPIA, leaves Portsmouth Sept 20.
Sept. 27--PHILADELPHIA, leaves Portsmouth lstlune
Oct. 7--PRESIDENT, leaves Portsmouth Oct. 10.
Oct. 17-SAMSON, leavesPortsmouth Oct. 20.
Theseships are all of the, irstolass,about600tons bur
then, and are commanded by able and experienced navi
gators. (!roatcare will be taken that the Beds, Stores
&c. are of the oest description. The priceof cabin pas
sage outward, is n1ow fixed at.$140, inniuding Winesand
Liqnors, or$120 without Wines, &c. Passengers paying
the last mentionodprice, can be -upplied by the steward
at the ptimted rates,which will bofurnished on board. Nei,
thier the captains nor owners of these packets will be re.
spon sible foi any letters, par "ls er packagessent bythem
unless regular Bills of Lading are signed therefore. Apply
JOHN GRISWOLD,70 Southstreet, New-York, or
GRINNELL MINTURN& CO.134 Ftontst.do.orto
GEO. WILDE {(. CU).49o.l wanic-1 liflon,
N. B. Steamboats run daily froma Portfiiouth(vvtere
these packetsstopto land and receive passengers) to the
coutinentand to different parts of England may 13
In scribers have ,etablished the followingilipsasa
'NOWN Line of raoketsbetwcen this portend Liverpool,
toloave thLs portion the 8th, and Liverpool onthe24tho
each month in, the year, except that when thosedatesfall
on Sunday, the sailing of the ships will be deferred until
next day. PR 03f NE YOK,
July 8--Ship NAPOLEON, Jonn P.Smith.
Aug. 8-Ship INDEPENDENCE, E. Nye.
Sept. 8-8Ship ROSCOLJoseph C.UDlano.
Oct." 8 -Ship GEO. WASHINGTON,.. oldreee.
These ships are all first class, about 600 tons burthen,
commanded by men of great experience, and no pains or
expense is sared to have the aciodations convenient,
andthestoresof the bestdesetiption. Tl.e rate of pas-
sage outwar !islfixed by aindnerstandingwiththcnro|'rie
tor; ofthe other lines, at $140, including wines and iiquois,
or $120 withovit wines, &c. Passeng( paying the last
wentionedsum can lie supplied by thrf itevvdrd -i tlic
printed rates which will be furnisheu (.1 board. Neither
the captains or owners oftnese ships %ill be responsible
for any letters, -,rcels or packages sent:)y them, unless
regular billso(tading are signed, her-.lr. For freight o1
passage, apply to
jan 27 GRINNELL. MINTiIN & CO.134 Frontt.
LI VEKlLP00 1 P'AC AB'le,
June 24--Ship UNITED -81 ATES"N. ft. Holdrege.
July 21--thip ENGLAND, Ca|t Gocorge Nxwell
Aug. 24-Ship VIRGILNIA pt.Isaac Harris.
Sept. 21--Ship SIIEFl'lLD,Capt.F P. Allen.
July 8-Sltip iSHEFFIELD,6)tons.
Agil. -8--hiv UNITED STATES,6o0ton.
Sept. 8-Ship ENGLAND, 730 tons.
Oct. 8-Ship VIRGINIAN,620ton?.
Theowners of the above ships intend one of them
shall ail, romthisporto n the2 thaadone tron Liverpool
onthe3theachl nonth. ThistliniciupnsedulNew Yrrk
uuilt ships, of the tirstelass,of theburthenof'O0tonsand
upwirdilscoppered and copper fastened ; their cabins are
fitted ard furnished with particular regard to the comfort
and convenience of .passewa-s.-Ten e price ofpassage to
Liverpool, in the cabin is l40lollatrs. They arc ablycoi-
manled,and insurance can be effected on them at the
loweslrate. Neither tlie Captaira, Agents, nor Owners,
will be responsible forany letter, parcel.orpackaee, sent
by tliese ship, unless a regular bill of lading Lie signed
therefor. For treighLor assage,applyto
WOl) &, rM LE, or to
feb 3 SAMNEL i & 40N1.
The. Old Line (. '*Packets will be continued by the
subscribers, to sail from Now York and Lior-
& Bpo., on theIsand l6th of each month, with the
exception that when tile sailing day fallson Sunday~the
ships will s:iil theceeding Monday.
July I--Ship pOUTH AMERICA, R. Waterma, 616 do
July. 16--ShipBRITANNIA, Beojj.L.Waite, 630tons.
Aug. l-Shi[ ORPHEUS, Irsley, 575tous
5,A-i e16-4hip NORTH k.tDixey,610ton8
50pt. I-ShipCxLEDON'A, H raham,64 tons
,e)t.16-Ship HIBERNIA, 1. Wilson,551 tons
Oct. I--.hip EUROPE, k.C. arshall,618tons
Oct. 16-Ship COLUMBlS, N C->bh.
July 1-Ship HIBERNIA
July 16-ShipCOLUMBUS
Aug. 1-Ship EUROPE
Aug. t6-Ship.souTi AMERICA.
Sept. 16-Ship ORPHEUS.
Oct. 16-ShipCAlDONIA.
These ships are all of the first e lass, coiunta ned by
men of character andexperience, andcarew I betaken
thatthabeds, bedding, and stores, shall be j, the best
kind. Therate of passageoutwaul is fixed, byan under-
Standing with the proprietors of tle other lines, at $140,
including wines andliquorsor 130without wines, &c.-
Pas-ionters paying the last mentioned sum, can besupplied
by thio Steward, at the printed rat *s, which will be fur.
nished on board. Forfreiuhtorpassagepplyto
BARING, BROTHERs. di, CD. L rpool, andto
ap2 61Southst. New York.
Fur Steerage Passengers from G reat Rritaim
sS and Ireland.--Persons scttldi h ntdae
who wish to send for their fred imGatBtyno
Ireland, cann secure their passgsatioio o 7
Pearl-street, on the most moraetrsinrtac
ships~sailing from Liverpooleeywe~nno hc
theyean embark at the tim ms.oneittth .
selves. The ships are of avryupioclsfttdp
with every ooveniernce fortevygcmaddb
skilful and careful men ; and h rqec n ucul
ity el theirdeparture will prvntehayepnc-i
tenattciadantou delay at Livrol hgetscei
,iiedlto prornotffthe cuifrator( -cpssnesanite
shsuhildnotcomnout,the passage oe sawy eun
> l tthe persons fromwo tarcevd
The cheapness of travelling ntesembas ic
areeonstantly running to Liverolfothvaisprs
of Ireland, Scotland arid Wae, renesai vr xei
tiotts and econuminal mode ofmgrto;adh aes
of thi.s establiiihmoi-txt thosieprwilastte scn
ers free ofconmiis~ion,inrforwrig'cragg.S
of any amounttto ashsitthem i rpni fthvoae
or for arny author purpose, willb adoloi ndmn
in Liver~pool, or lemrttod to aypr lGetBiano
Ii eland, as may be required. Apiainrmprosc
s'iding' inllhe count-v (post pi~~)ilcrmtya ne
to "- and passages trom New Yokt iepocnas
be engrage'd atthiis office otematrsnbl ns
^ap 2o0 9AMUELT(IOMPO,7Per-re.
t.ag t[lIER.lPOCI, TOT BCA AA.
SKTihe Proprietors, f,'om ;lal u~ottiyhv
received from their numnorosadetne redhv
been induced (*fiom frequtentapiaio opto h
Line, lor the ensuing ; year, 13,tefloigilt

ships, which wi'l depart fi-n' Liverpool to uebec. eve-
ry sixteen days, couli-in't on the 1st of April, and will
be known as The Robinson's Liuo Packets.'
This Line has been putinto operation for the view ofoblig.
ing, exclusively, thuso ofs our nan y friends from Great Bri-
tain and Iheland who may be desirous ofzi'fmg their rela-
tives or connexions from the Old Country. Great pun-,Ii.
tv will be manifested as to the periodsof their departure.-
their Commanders have already been selected, and are
men of sterling talent.
The Company has fixed the price of passage from Liver.
pool to QuiioUec at $16. Every comfort will be aftbi-iisd
consistent to a steerage passage, (tnder the three.
tons of his Majesty's Emigrant agcnt)-pure water and fuel
will always beinabundance. 1
Remittaneps can be mnade through the opnetors, paya.
ble in every Province and Conunt11 Icelad, besides in all
the inlan-d Towns as wIll as in Ei.,liand, Scotland. anii
Wales. Their Drafir! on tl.o Messrs. Robinsons&Co
Dublin, answer every purpose of 1 l3ank of Irclan
The vessels comprising this Line will be called as fol.
lows, and are all 500 tons burthen,or over~viz.
St. Patrick, Ensland,
Ballinasloe, I -i.land,
Repealer, S oand,
Emnerald isle, Wales,
Apply to, or address, 246 11, tI street, New-York.
ROBINSO-iN .OTIHE'IS, Bankers, Liverpool.
ROBINSONS & CO., Bankers, Dublin.
may 22
LISIVNMENT.-A general assortment of Perm
Mery, Fancy Soap, Cosmetics, &c.
SuperiorColognc Water, 1uplainandlancy bottles
Treble Lavender Water, do do do
Musk scented do do do do do
Amber do do do
FloridaWater do do do
Espritdc Rose do do do do do
Honey Water do do do
Rose,orange Flower, an4 Bay Waters
Extractsanfa Essences,assorted kinds
SoponaeeousCompound~in putsandcakes
Treblescentedshaving T;blots,hicakes, iaslzes
Otto of Rose shaving CUkes, to do
Transparent do do do dO
Otto of Rose and Chinuse Musk Soaps
Chmialo eic,as ioponaccousTablts
Fine RorehAluond, a.niiasitilc inboxesoft dozen each
Einollienti-oap3,8kinds,assorted, do dt. do
Fancy Glazed bill, 10 ,', do do do do
Embossed Soap, 8 do do do do do
Windsor -Soap, in par and wooden boxes
Whiteanulbrown V n:..;o Sopp,in paper & bud
Treble scented do do do do
Ottoof RoseCos netic LudLHipoaaccousWash Balls
Marbled Wash dalls.N 12a^

is N.' SPADES, A&.
le 200 caiks Cut Nails, ass'd from V to 60d
th 0'l0 do Bradl head nails, ass'd from 6d to 24d
h: 100 do fine3d, 4d1 and5d Fioishimg Nails
100 do cu'evpikes and Sheat.ing Nails
30 11 .Wrought In Rivots
50 tons Eastern IHollow Ware, comprising a cumplet
assorlioteot for the Southern and Soulli Ame
lc.an lnarets.
10 tons [I,)rse nail rods ; 10 do ShipKnee Shapes
500 dozen A,)n,,s celebrated back strap and plain Sh(
vels and Spades
150 do do C:i;t Slee Shovelsand Spades
150 do Wild's Cast te(l and plated Shovelsan
2,50 do Adam's back strap Shovels and Spades
50 do Atnes'socketSpa(,les;500do A es'ShoeKnivc
150 do Collins & Co. Sitmon's,and Patten's Axes
75 do Simlmnon's Hatchets, ass'd sizesand patterns
200 do King's and Howard's Hoes
100 (to Brown's and Kin.Is Hay and Manure Forks
100 do Farwell's double set and common grass an
grain SRythes
75 do Gridirons; 50 do Cotton Gin Saw Plates
200 do (,Mortice and Rim Locks
15 do Calico Prinmers' Websor Doctors
150 do Circular Saws, ass'd fron 6to30 incies
4000 sets Cart and Wagon Boxes
3(4i1,)l bs Rolpi's Hcrse Nails, Nos. 7, 8 and 9d
1500 JapannedlTea Kettles ,
200 boxes Hl!bart's superior cut sacks ass'd from 1i to
24 oz. warranted full weizht
25 do Keith's Segar Box Tacks, assorted froi J to
, Inches
150 do Mason'ssuperiorcut.Brads,a ssdfromJlo2in.
| 100 (lo Field's do do do do do do
14 do Pool's Plumb Levels
15 Ylo American Try Pols, of 140 gallons each
4 Press Screw. and Fixtures for pressing Oil
500 pairs brass top'd Andirons,
Togelhorwith (C'auldron and Sugar K-;tles; Colton Gins,
Oven and Boiler Flues, Shingle Mill Saws,(ast Iron Punq|'s,
Fire Bricks, &c., for sale at the manjfactur'r.r'q pries, by
,iay IS 2 Liberly stroe.
* 1N Efi PlATj/i&. i111 l_ ltOIN. : T-Tk-
TIN, &c.
7,500 boxes Tin Plates,assorte ti,of best approved bra i!a
2,50') bundles Englis!; SheeIron, No. 12x27
250 do do do 0amaged
4,500 (Io Russia d fi tqualily
250 do it( do damaged
150,000poitudslion Wire,No. Ito 21
60,000 long 12, suitbl re
?9JtC0 Ibs Ilatd Wire,dN>. 0 tr2
35,00011S. blight do No.20to29
40,0001bs. annealed Wire,No. '4to27
80,000lbs.brass ('0 No.0to 30.
75 casks Card Wirepprovvdbrands
100 rolls Stheel Lead; 100t-oxes Canada Plate
250cases Lom'on SheethimCoppei.assorted
10,000pieun(ls Pig Copper bolt
`0,000 do India, Enolishand Sp
10.000 doo Englis, Bar Tin
Z),000 do SheetZinc.superiomualityI for roofing
1,000 do Bar Lead;'100,000 do Speller
1,000 sells Iron Weights; 10,000 Ibs. Lead Pipe
5,000 1 !bs Composinion Mal
1,0001 bs Copper Kettles-, 40,00 lbs French Antimony
P,000 Ihs. Ena sitAntimenv
50 casks English Brass kettles
1,000 Ibs. SpelterSolder.
Togetherwithan assortnientoflron and Tin Rivets-ud
Ears, Scale Beams, Tinners'Tt-ols, and Machines,&c.
constantly onhzud, andforsale b'y
.1 l5 e.orn r ofCliffanilton-strects.
ANAll, ,TWINE, S5tl[' THREAD. 25t1(1 casksceiitandlwrouiitNails~a9sorled sizes
500 ca k6 B.-ids,(SpikesandWroughtNails
400 bdls, and 3 thrcadIndiaTwine
20 bales London Seine do.a3Kori-d5ja30
25 do Scotcb lBaling Twine'a0001bsAmerican do
175 do English, Shoe Thread.assorted
900 coils Russia Hemp Half Rope
500do Amtnrican di do (Cord do
500 dIo Ruosmand Manilla Tracc Rope ;Halterand Bed
6000 Gunny Bags.200,lozen WireSelves
250 pcsCottnn l'i;g.ng,42icl
25 brlsGluec, 50 bxsrc.otton, woodland horse Card
50 balesCaiinilhwick;12caseslii<'ial2i,inds
100 (tozahovelsand(SpadesAines'an (lot ters
308 bxs Window Glass,7x9,8';11 and 10x12
50 (14) Axes;20 (o Cow Hide Whips
Togeth e rwitta c constants 7ip ly)fl)arborn I Paten T Ba-
lances, MorrisandFin's I iqiiCocks, Wilsup's Coffoe
Mills, while Gooper'sWare, Brusiiofe very desciption,
Fishl Lines andsinallCordage, cotton, scine and wrapping
Twineand Ropesentry Mats,Wrappiiip Paper, Bear Duck
Canvass.&c. oraaleonIiberalterins. by
al),7 CBHRA & CUMINC. 10FPparl st.
I,'/AFTNtLS, %1AtK.O(&-1,9).,Z 51 Sluul
n st reet,, offe'r forsale-
LRaib)acl)'s teran Steela till] supply
Earlf. and [Uvart andClubif-iman Steel
rman silver .ss ortd sizes
German Iookiv)g Gkass Plate.-, (lo. [p'ri0s
Bristol P(r'er B lties, parent awn oldniouldqunrtsund
Best Ei4lish White Lead, 281b.kegspackedintierce.,
an'l e:titledtodebenture
Venetia, Ited, of s,,peri quality,a full supply
Blue and Green Painisin I cwt. casks
Extract of Indigo, ir jars
Superior English Paste Orchill
r, sped Fustic indBoxwood
Cwtbear, Turkey UmLber, Paris White, Bleaching Pow-
d .rs, antiPl'uIlers' Earth [brand
CargoTo.neriffe Wine, in hbds and qr. caskK, Pasley
London ParticularTcn .riffe Wine, of superior quality
in Senteroles, Pasley brands
London Particular Teneriffe Wine, Benitez brand
Champagne Wine, ofsuperior quality, brand Maltese
German Sheet Zinc, 36r2b and 5000 (Cross
German Hlones, tncl Whet tones
English Shoe Thread, wniteandhrown, in 2 &4 OB. balls
Bridport SeineTwine, 16, l~and241bs.
Turkey Red Yarn, s,,perior German, No. 10to36
Cotton Fringes ; a^Roncd `atteens
Germian Oil1Cloths, fatcy Patterns
German Ginghams ; Thread Laces
Foulard and Faucy Handkerchiefs
White Cotton, assorted qualities [Bur1aps
Dundee i inEns, Omahburas. TicklenburgsCrequillas,
Bleaeh(ed R:avins t)uckandtCanvas Paddlnsv- je 15
CL.ARK, COIT &- CARGILL, oit i rsaie, at
ttac new iunerish;ng Warehousc, No. 9
a large and cntmplete assortment of Housekeel ing ard-
cles, consisting in partof
LAMPS-Twvo, three and four light Boat La ups, all
bronzed and gilt and bronzed ; one and twolight mantel
Latnps, bronzedandlgill and bronzed, insets ant pairs,
withandwithout spangles anddrop-; rich eutglais do,
new patterns, ,ountcdwith lar,-refrangibledrops, some
very splendid. Astral Lampsa rtvieyopter,
withi plain ground, painted andctn ocli hls
Liverpool stand and sacdn suspendin gsrllck
etand cut glass Hlall Lamps;rcibozdaditn
bronized Lartherns,glazed witpaglsfoblsih
blalis'te weights cS)ains,pla, &foi~ppdrg
SLVER--Table desert, tea. at utradrv
Sp)ooos ; table and desert Forks;Su n utralB
Teaand Coffee etts ; Mugs, FsadBte nie,.
PLATED--Cake, bread and frutBse;Watr;5
6, 7 and 8 glass Castors; f'andetcs;dwt rn
es snurffers and trays ; egtbedss;eaadofe
ets ; Toast. Racks oses c
CUTLERY--Ivory balancehadeKhsn Fr,
plal and Waterloo Bolsters, bytel, rlur iic
riortable and desert Knives.ilndltoieucwh l
vet Forks; bone, s-clttip, slagadukhmlCbed-
sert Kivesa. Frs
JAPANNERY--t great variety opatr fnglii,
Sandwich, and convex TeaTraysi er wt Hadac
ket-a and Waitersto match on nTeTryaisr
o,! attornsrns andsizes, WatrV ra Bses,&c
M+A.NTEL CLOCKS>-,Ebonv,alasrwienbac
,narblo gilt, and gilt and- bronacli~i ic.s arn
,rIlto keep co cti;e
VASEm--Gilt. and g'ihand brne~n ocli a
ea, a greatvariety o f patterssm .rslrdd
t''AND.EIABiUES -. i~t, an'gitrn r'>y.d;ala1
bronzed Cttanidaliers, ofthc aes'Ia'spten,311
vei V p'cdd
mometers, Candlesticks, AlamofsPat'cbuuta
Watch *tands, Tea Bells, &c.
lI[UTANNlA--Dixon & Sons' Grl'niaTaid.ic
sett?, tea and table Spoons, Lde'~nActsle
with ageneralassortment ol ac i~daealcv 'r
is ,offerile for gal, on '.lhe lis e m ,.e1

sutbscrit)crs ke-1, constantly r.,n hand an extensive.
ass!ortmentof thefollowin}Goods. vis; :
Nails--Cut and Wrought,and BradsandSpikes
Twine-Scinesewing, baleing, wrapping andmanuiec
Bellows-Fancy andcomnion~and smiths'
Sieves-Brass and iron wircandhafr and whwatdo
Brushes ofevery description
Shoet Trea.'s--Bleac! edgrey, -!-cen andyellow
Balo Rope and White Corda". ofevervdascriptn
GCi(-, Cowhide Whips. WVndow Glass, 7x9,8x1010x12
Coopers Waruviz : PaIsandTubsin nests
Cotton Baj:ging,0snaburgs, Burlaps andCanvass
Corn and Coffee Milq-Wilson's'
Liq(torCoeks--Morris& Fenn's.andMolassesG tea
Mats for doors and entriesWrappinglaper
Shovel sand spades-Ames' and others
Cards-Cot toi, anl wool and hors"-Gunny bags
Cotton, seine and wrapping Twine
Dearborn's Patent Balatices, &c. &c.
Which they will sell on liberal terms forapprove I
city or country papr'
je 15 CElRA &CUMTNG.106 Pearlstreet.
-(iODHUME &, CO. G 6 )ollth street, offer for
'ktr sale-
360' bI)S Manilla Sgar
80> boxes white and brown Havana Sugar
200 bags Triage Coffen
800 do Sumatra Pepper
100 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco
41000 bolts R:ussia Sail Coth, 24 and 30 inch, various fa.
2000 coils Russia Cordage, 1 inch to 6 inches
1200 bales ManiIla Hemp ; -100 do P ussian Fcathers
6(t do South American Wool
80 do Russian Felt
20 casks do Glue ; 40 cases Mina(t
20 cases Sheathir-a Copper
10 tons. teel; 15casks Boracie Acid
15 bales Sarsaparilla
3P00 green Patna salted Hides
10(>0 bundles Rattansi, 206 do round and split do
300 do Ba'nboo Sticks
2 cases Turtle Shell
U000 roll! Canton Mattin;:
1900 box-s Canton ,Fire Crack4?;rs. ie 15
jf ClE ;,&c.-The subscribrs mnborm theirciAtomers
and th,, pu!)tiiL, thitt tkey have now cornplLti their Spring
ass)rtinmentei Dry G,,is for family usr, eotracingan ex'
tCnsivu varhfy ; ord.-red .xpruss~y for fimiily u._ among
t -.'hichlare-5,.; 10 awl 12.-4 rish Siriwins; G and l f'ic
,.-,a 0'3 ; 5, 6, l,10 and 12.4 Hcivy Englidt Shcefinzs ; 5,6
anlO 10-4 Russia (!,) ; 0 4 Saxony Shefinas, new
TABLIE1A LINEN.-6, 7,8, 10. 12 to 21-4 doubled aiask
']'able Cltois; 7, 8 10, 121o 24 1 Knasuo doft ; l;,7,8,,
9-1 English 'o d(to \do; 6, 7, 8, I0 to 12-4 bordered (tapcr(N
do do ; 6, 7, 8 to 1-2-4 heavy stout do (1,) &.) ; 6; 7, 8 to 10 -
Irish Diaper antd Damask ; 6, 7, and 8 4 heavy English Dia-

.........- ... ......... .. LETTlitd VaoM CMCdXi TANTIiO FLt E." '-Harper &
It is strange that so little should be known that is
Th da en Jun actually true, of a people situated, like the Turks
Letters from the South-S-o. 16. almost within speaking distance of one of the princi-
CHARLESTON, May, 1835. pal nations of Europe, and but a few days' sail from
I have heard here two or three occasional addres- one of the dependencies ofGreat Britain. But so it
ses by a reverend gentleman of this State, who has is,; until within a fcw years the general sum of
acquired a good deal of reputation, and is said to knowledge respecting Turkey-her political, social,
have produced great practical effect by his pieach- and intellectual condition, and the manners, genius,
ing in various directions--o much so that I could and learning of her people,-was but very little in-
not but feel, I confess, a rather secular sort of curi- creased beyond what it was two or three centuries
osity to witness personally tle peculiarities of a style ago ; and even since the Russian invasion and con-
which had attracted so much attention. There quest, for conquest it was to a great extent, the ac-
need be no delicacy in saying that I refer to Mr.' counts of travellers have not gone very far toward the
Fuller, the same who has recently preached at Phil- enlargement of our knowledge, although what infor-
adelphia. He has been compelled to travel for his nation they have brought us, is certainly much more
health-being settled regularly over a Baptist accurate. In fact, until very lately, the rest of the
church in Beaufort, where he is a great favorite.- world has been too much in the habit of supposing
He belonged to some other denomination formerly- the Turks of the present day, to be identical with
I do not recollect which-being at that time a law- the Turks of several centuries ago, whereas they
yer, in full practice, and in high repute also, at the are a very different set of people. And not only have
bar ; indeed; a competitor with some of the first of they changed, but they are changing every day; the
his profession. He became interested in the de- genius of the present Sultan Mahmoud is ever ac-
partment to which he is now elevated, abandoned tive upon them, their feelings and their habits ; and
the law, commenced preparation for the ministry, the mutations he has effected, and still is effecting,
went through it with vigor, and has now been some form an exceedingly interesting subject of study to
four orfive years engaged in the most zealous and the politician, the moralist, and indeed to every class
strenuous application of all his powers of body and of observers.
soul, to the promotion of the cause which is dearest This circumstance renders peculiarly valuable and
to his heart. And he is as disinterested as he is de- entertaining the letters named at the commencement
voted. Ele receives a salary, indeed, or part of one, of this notice ; they have been written since 1831
from a congregation abundantly able to pay it, but '(coming down to within about a year,) by an acute
appropriates no portion to his private benefit. It observer, residing at Constantinojc in an official ca-
goes to the poor, and to religious and moral objects. pacity, which gives him leisure and the very best fa-
fe is not wealthy for Carolina, but has a planta- cilities to see whatever is in progress, and brings him
tion in his native district, which enables him, pro- constantly into the society of the highest functiona-
bibly, to lead the life of independent activity which ric at the Turkish Court. He is, moreover, a man
best suits his disposition and his ability to be useful, of, mature age, and great experience, and in every re-
It will be difficult fbr me to give you an idea of ei- aspect admirably qualified to fulfi! the office which he
their the peculiar talent or style of this remarkable has undertaken-that of describing the Turkey of
man. A remarkable man however he certainly is. the present day, and exhibiting the steps by which
I can say too, with safety, that he is not a great man. she has become whut she is, and is daily becoming
He is not a great orator-nor even a great declaimer something still more different from her former scef.
-though by the way, he does considerably resemble h'the reader has any curiosity to know his niare, we
in face and appearance generally, and in style a lit- have no objection to give it; hlie is David Porter, once
tie, the celebrated declaimer of the Senate, his fel- a Captain in the United States Navy, and for
low-citizen of the State. Nor is he a great writer.-- some years past, Chargto des Affaires near his Sub-
He does not write at all-and would succeed no bet- lime Highness, Sultan Mahmnoud, from the Govern-
ter,l thiniliifhe dil',than Whitfield did ; or than Mr. ment of the said Republic. The letters were evi-
Taylor of Boston would, who is however, ofcourse, dently' not written for publication ; the thmiliarity of
a much more illiterate man than himself. 1 mean the style, the frequent pleasantry of thought and ex-
to say, only, that his effect is one which would es- pression, the ludicrous anecdotes with which they
cape in the act of writing, and in the act of the de- abound, and the occasional reference to personal
livery of a written performance, there would be but f'elings, all prove that they were designed for the
the caput mortuum of the composition, whose spirit, eye of individual and private friendship ; and, by
though as effervescent and as evanescent as the sal- the way, we perceive that the Commodore has some-
arajus you sprinkle in a tumbler of dead cider, yet what suffered, as usual with those who entrust the
answers its purpose as well. delicate office of proof-reading to another, from the
He is fluent, to an amazing degree. I never met carelessness of the printers, or the crookedness of his
with a man quite his equal in this respect. He own chirography. The gentleman to whom the let-
cannot be charged with a want of interest in what ters were addressed, willing that the public should
he says -or with not showing it--but it would seem, partake of the entertainment they had afforded him,
from his inexhaustible and infallible readiness, that solicited and obtained leave to publish, and volun-
though he should give no attention to his subject, teered to fulfil the duties of editor ; and thus the
he could still talk on, and talk on, as the wooden- public have come to the possession of an exceedingly
legged man in the German fable walked on after he curious and entertaining book, embodying the latest,
was dead, or as an accomplished young lady will completest and most authentic intelligence respecting
hold a lively conversation and play the piano or the the Turks, their social polity, and the vast reforms
fool simultaneously, (either of them being a forte.) of Sultan Mahmnoud. Commodore Porter represents
At first you feelconstantly apprehensive of hesita- many things as very different from the general be-
tion and repetitions, but he drives on again and a- lief, founded upon the relations of preceding travel-
gain, meeting and surmounting every obstacle, as the lers-correct enough no doubt at the time when they
hunter would do a hillock in a fox-chase,in the same were written, although wide of the truth in the exist-
single moment, till at last you feel relieved by an as- ing state of things; but we shall not forestall the
surance that a rider who has got over such para- reader by noting the changes of aspect which the
graphs, never can stumble at what he may find in gallant Commodore describes. We will merely give
his way again. three or four extracts, from which they who have
I This fluency is not alone a virtue. It is not ora- not read the book may form some judgmejit of its
tory-nor eloquence, much less-nor any portion of general tone and spirit.
the essence of it ; old women sometimes possess it Speaking of the modern Turkish uniform, which
in the highest human degree. Speaking of the modern Turkish uniform, which
But it is a great setter forth of better things; and is almost a copy of the Christian he says :
Buth wtoitacompsetterlogrthofttherwhelsIn adopting this dress, they forgot to adopt the
the want of it a complete clog to the wheels of the European shirt, collar and frill, and they continue
mind that lacks it. It is the medium of eloquence still to wear, when they do wear a shirt (not a very
-the weapon of the warrior-and not only may as common circumstance) the long Turki-h shirt,made
well be in his hands as in those of the old woman, like asmock, reaching to thie ankles. Tine conse-
but must be it you would nave him succeed. D1r qucaice is that the whole of this surplus linen hasn't
butlmust be it you would, have him succeed. Mr. bedisposed of around and about the seating part of'
Fuller's fluency is perfect. It shows him complete the pantaloons, and although it may be very comfort-
ly-fits him-sticks to him like an old-fashioned shirt able in a sedentary position, has a very queer look
of mail, made up of metallic net-work that yields when they are erect and in motion. They might
f mail, mady e up of metallic net-work that yield safely defy the bastinado inflicted on that part at
and yet resists at every joint:-the reverse of the least, and perhaps in retreat a musket ball. Those
huge, heavy,, cumbrous, Johnsonian armor, which who have shortened their innder-garnmcnt, so as to
covers some men, and confines more than it clothes be able to dispose ofhit envemmemtly, or have dispen-
tmsd with it altogether, seem to be of very fair pro-
them. portion and appearance; the others resemble sonae-
Then he has the qualities besides--some of them what the bottle-tail spider, or jack with his tail
at least-which fluency makes the best of. Heis an coiled away in his trowsers.
Ingenious man-not only a lawyer, but a Philadel- There is some good philosophy in the reasoning
phian-a man of tact, added to his talent, as the edge which concludes the following passage :-
is added to the dull blade of the new axe. Th:s im- I sent you, at different times, the biographlies of
lies e f t a, if s several living and recently dead distinguished Turk-
plies knowledge of humanity and of society, one of ish lgnitarien. You will observe that all without
which may be a great deal instinctive, but the other exception have taken their origin from common life,
acquired of necessity ; and his profession has given and with the exception of Halil Pacha, have risen
him excellent opportunities of studying living mo- from the lowest ranks and are without edcalion.-
h h h k o t u t t b Thus you see how extremes meet in governments as
dels, which he has known how to use to the best pur- well as in every thing else. In ourLepublic, certain-
pose. But,'above all,-and I hope I have as yet ly thet freest country in the world, distinctions of birth
made no insinuation to the contrary--Mr. Fuller is weifgh as nothing, and any man may aspire to honors
manifestly a sincere, devoted believer in the truths he tad office. stie samen thing in Turkey, oneth of
preaches, and in the essential importance of them, cause, however, of this apparent similarity is as dif-
and of their being believed, and acted on, by others, ferent as day and night. In the United States, this
as by himself. He is earnest, almost toenthusiasm, general eligibility to office, is owing to the universal
in his character, andti equally so in his manner, Nor- equality recognized in the laws ai:dthe constitution:
in Turkey there is the same equality in the eye of
them men I hav seen, with zeal like his, whose ex- thIe Sultan, who is placed at such an immeasurable
hibition of it-or suppression rather-was more fit- distance above the rest of mankind, that they all ap-
ted to freeze than to warm an audience; the~old, sil- pear" to him like pigmies of the satee size anmd dimen-
ted to freeze than to warm an audience; hods siona. The barber and bashaw are equally slaves.
very, monotonous and tdious words--words-- Here is a cloud of philosophy fbryou.
words"-dropped from them, one by one, as softly as A chapter, on fire engines, with an anecdote :-
a snow-shower, and proved as deadening; not so I must, while I think ot it, mention another anec-

our preacher. If he preaches like a lawyer," as he dote respecting the old Capudan Pacha, to show his
does, and as Mr. Taylor rightly says that every mi- peculiar way of thinking. You must know that it
has not been very long since fire engines have been
nister ought to, he preaches like God's own herald; introduced into Conslantinople for the purpose of
and as if with a consciousness of the high destinies extinguishing the frequent fires which happen there.
that hang upon his every syllable for all the ages of These fire engines are like those we use in our gar-
dens, for watering the beds and Walks, and deliver
time. He has, in a word, the French onction, and about as much water as a good large syringe. When
his frequent reference to the language of Massillon, an alarm is given of fire, a man seizes on one ofthese
especially,proves that he has deemed it worthy of his and runs to the spot indicated, with the engine on
time, as it truly was and is-and is of every preach his shoulder, .notiher brings a skin of water, pours it
y preach into the reservoir, and they pump away. The water
er's-to avail himself as a wise student in every discharged being soon converted into hydrogen gas,
other profession, art, science, and practice, of what selves to keep alive the flame and increase the confla-
soever description, does,-of all the benefits to be ration. They had heard of the fire engines and
Derived from the experience and example and in- fire companies of the United States-h-ow hall a
derived from the experience and example and in- shingle could be burnt, and the .engines save the
stfuction of the most successful masters of" his other half irom the flames. They could not under-
craft. stand it. Mr. Eckfod fortunately arrived with his
Mr. Fuller, then, is keen, quick, versatile,fervent, beautiful ship, having one of our engines on board,
old, impetuousHe cannot fail to interest, whenrequiring some toenly men to work it. The Capu-
bold impetuous He da Paeha heard of it-' Mash Allah! let us seeit,'
he may not convince, or even please, but he will of- exclaimed the old man. The engine was brought
ten accomplish all--and what is better, he often has. on shore and placed in the navy yard; a short suction
He will make people listen, however, at all events was fixed to it and put into the Bosphorus; men
He will make people listen, however, at a events, were set to work at it; the navy yard was soon in-
He will make them look; and if they look, they undated, and the Bonphorus began to run dry.
must be statues of stone, not to be touched with a Mash Allah !" said he, very good-but it wil!
breath of his own spirit. O0 my God i" he cries, require a sea to supply it with water. It won'tdo for
lifting his hands to Heaven, with a face of aon- us for there is no sea in the middle of tihe city."-
ing his hands to Heaven, with aae o agony- 'hey have therefore thought best to stick to their
My God! my God! oh that I could speak to these, squirts, and let the fire spread, until the wind chan-
dear people as with lips of fire.-I have forgotten ges or it is tired of burning.
myself, I forget where I am, I forget every thing but Here is an illustration of the course of trade in
eternity, I behold you no more as men, but as im- Constantinople; if the first article spoken of were
mortals. 0 ye immortal creatures-immortal crea- almost any thing but a pipe mouth-piece, the extract
Stores! (leaning over the pulpit and gazing round would apply just as well tj New York or London.
with an expression of grieving anguish)--immortal It is utterly impossible to make any sort of. calc.u-
creatures !-ye future saints, or future fiends -lis. nation or estimate of the number of persons employed
ten, for God's sake, listen !" But I fear I shall cari- in the khans and bazaars, and of the purchasers who
capture him, and shall say no more. He impressed vi it them. Almost every shop, however small, is
Son th l, n t ash a an o.He impressed occupied; and in a great many instances, a little
me, on the whole, not as a man of genius, but ofta. shop of not more than six feet extent, will have two
lent and tact ;-not as an orator, but as a prearher, occupants with distinct interests. It i; the same in
made out of a latter inspired with a sacred afflatus the khans. Besides this, there are thousands of iti-
nerant venders, whose whole stock in trade does not
suited to his work ;-not as an eloquent preacher, amount to half a dozen piasters; and yet this capi-
which strictly' he is not, butan effective one, with al- tal will double itself half a dozen times a day. For
most all the requisites for being .o, with the excep example: a man will obtain on credit or purchase a
tion of eloquence alone,-and with a burning en- pjpe mouthpiece.fron among some old trash in the
azaars, or from some person in want,for four or five
rgyr better than all the rest, and without which the piasters; he cleans it up to show to advantage, then
tongue ofan angel in such a cause were only as a cries it through the bazaars, with a loud voice, for
"tinkling cymbal." sale, and the last bid" he had for it, (although he
Mr. Fuller would be more distinguished than ever had a bid,)enerally half asmuch again, or as
Mr. Fuller would be more distinguished than he much again as it cost. Still the mouth-piece is
has been should he live, but he will not. This zeal cheaper ihan a new one, and equally as good. The
intelligent and glorious as it is, is excessive, or rather Turks arc a nation of smokers, and smokers will
is .sed toexcess, and will eat him up. He looks, have mouthpieces; and as some cannot afford to buy
how, thin, cadaverous, and ghostly-more like one Inew ones, they get thecheapest they can. Heis rot
now, thin, mmadaverous,and ghoty-more lik one long in getting a purchaser. In a tfew minutes after-
ofhis own" immortals" than ohis owns own men." ward you will meet the same person with a pair of
It is a pitV hilt han ll uri r I I ^- llwer h ...ft d, #h. t,_ -" half"...... .... ....;i ,h .... ,, .. .. .--

the Sultatn II was to him the letter.from the
Pireident to the Sultaik as delivered by our miniS-
ter. I believe I described to you the interview with
The old raan looked at me as though he had some
slight recollection of me; 1 raised my hat to him,
and saluted him in the Turkish style; before return-
ing my salute, lie touched his companion,the soldier,
and whispered to him ; the latter turned round and
looked at me, and whispered in turn; the caimacan
then returned my salute with a familiar smile.
I was told by my interpreter, that if I would re-
main where 1 was I should soon see the Grand
Seignor. 1 asked where he was; he replied, in the
khan, the entrance cf w which was near the caimacan.
He had hardly done speaking, when several soldiers
came out of the door of the khan, and one amoig
them, having on a coarse gray capote, with his chap-
let in his hands, counting hi-i beadl, appeared, from
taking the lead of them, to lie of the rank of cor-
That is the Grand Seignor," said my interpre-
ter. Who, t!e irtan with the ,lacrk beardl, the
soldier's capote, atid beads in his hand The ci-
macan left his shop-board and joined the Sultan.
When directly opposite to me, he whispered in the
Sultan's ear, loud enough to be heard by me: the
Sultan, and all his suite, turned round and looked
ome full in the, face. I had a fine opportunity of'see-
ing hirn. His face is what may be calle! handsome,
florid, and the expression is that of good ratuie ; he
is forty-seven years of' age, and were not his beard
died of a jetty black, I should hIive supposed him to
be of that age. He is soniewvhat round-shouldered,
which is generally the case with Turks of' the higher
order, brought on by the postures in which they
sit, and has ain ungraceful, rolling, sauntering kind.tl
of walk. All his followers, Ilear his person, were in
the habits of common soldiers, and without arms,
except about half a dozen of his pages, some distance
in the rear, in light blue frock coats, with their
swords and diamond badges. The Sultan is about
five feet nine incites high and of good proportions.
There was a very old man, bent double with age,
sitting on a shop bcartl, at a cornier a little above
where I stood ; the shop was untenanted. The Sul-
tan, in passing him, said, "' how do yon do, my olu
friend VI his reply was, very well, but this is Ram-
utzan, and you kmow I have- got no money." The
Sultan smiled, and made some reply which was not
explained to ine, and then spoke to one of the per-
sons in the soldiers' dress, who gave the old man
120 piasters, a little more than six and a half dol-
The Sultan continued on to a public square near
the palace of'tie Seraskier. I kept along in hi"
neighborhood. There were thousands of men, wo-
amen arni children, more of women than of' men, ma-
iiy ofthem with their faces nearly uncovered, and
most of them with their veils so thin they might as
well Ie without them. I described to you before
the kind of vrils they wear; many of the higher
orders were in Arabas, which I have also descri-
On the side of this square, near the walls of the
palace, the Seraskier has erecled a great number or'
beautiful little shops, which are very tastefully fitted
up, and rented out rs hancy stores, cofl'.e-shops,
&c. &c. Among them is a room reservedti for the
Sniltan, which he eritered. I had been invited in
just before his arrival at the door; there was a neat
kind of throne of cushions placed for him. I left it
an instant before he entered, and there I left him.
So much fbr the bazaars and Sultan Mahinmoud.
Had you before an idea of either ?
A description of the Sultan's great ship Mah-
moud ; written, be it remembered, by a naval officer
-a veteran-and one who has achieved fame in his
station :-
I visited every part of the ship. She is larger than
our Pennsylvania. The carpenter's work and the
materials of which she is composed, are not equal to
those of our ships, but when I say we have not a
ship in our service, whose ornamental parts, equip-
ments, and outfit are at all to be compared to those
of the Mahnmoud, as regards richness, elegance, util-
ity, and expense, I say no more thanthe truth. Her
batteries will consist of one hundred and forty guns,
of calibres from five hundred pounds down ard.
On her main deck she is to carry four cf this de-
scription, the rest are to be forty-two pounders.-
Every gun on board is as bright as burnished gold ;
her gun-carriages are absolutely cabinet work ; all
the iron work about them is like polished steel, and
the brass work, of which there is much, correspond-
ingttherewith. The beautiful polish of the rich and
costly woods of which the ceiling, sides, and bulk-
heaids of her cabin are composed, strikes the eye
with a dazzling magnificence. The floors are cover-
ed with the same woodslaid in a kind of Mosaic.-
All the rest of her equipment, which are in a high
state of forwardness in the storehouses, are in the
same keeping ; and when all are put together, and
the Mahmoud is complete, the Turks will have it in
their power to boast of the largest and most splendid
ship in the world.
One more ; a list of the Sultan's tilles:--
1. The Emperor of puissant emperors.
2. The Support of the grandees ofthe age.
3. The Distributor of crowns to the Kings who
are stated upon the thrones of the world.
4. The Shadow of God upon earth.
5. The Servant of the two illustrious and noble
cities of Mecca and Medina, august, sacred places.
The Master and Protector of the holy Jerusalem.
The Sovereign of three grand cities, Constantinople,
Adrianople, Broussa.
6. Master of Damascus; Odour of Paradise, of
Tripoli, of syria, of Cairo, singular in its kind ; of
all Arabia, of Africa, of Arakagena, of Basara, of
Larissa, of Di!em, but above all of Bagdad, capital
of the Caliphs; of Rissa,of Moussabh,of Churzoub, of
h)iabekir, of Dewilkad rije, of Erzcrum. The Agree-
able of Soura, ofAdana, of Caramania, of Kars, of
Gildec, of Devar, of the Mersa, of Candia,. of Cy-
prus, of Chios, of Rhodes, of Barbary, of E:hiopia,
of Haleche, ofAleiers, a place of war, of the coun-
tries of Natoiia, of Tripoli, ot Barbary, of Tunis, of
the Black and Wlhite Seas, of the coasts of Algiers,
oftie kingdom o! Roumn!ia, of ;tl Kaurdistan, of
Greece, of Tartarv, of Circassia, of K ibarta, of
Georgia, of fhe noble tribes of 'Tartars, and of all
tile hordes which depend on them; of all Bosnia,
w.ith wh .t has been annexed, of the fortress of Bel-
grade, of A!bania, called Arnoondlik, fall Walla-
chin, of Moldavia, and of the fortresses which are
in, its cantons, and besides thie foregoing, many
other towns and fortresses not enumerated, which
have been taken and conquered, and which we
possess by our Imperial Justice, and by our victori-
ous power.
7. Sultan.
8. Son of a Sultan.
9. The Emperor Mahmoud.
10. Son of the Emperor Mustapha, who was son
of the Emperor Mahmoud.
11. Distributor of kingdoms.
12. Sovereign of all creatures.
13. Refuge of the Sovereigns ofthe most illustri-
ous fami!ics.

14. Defender of the prinres who have had esteem
and confidence for the Sublime Porte, which is the
outre of happiness and felicity, and the asylum of
those who have recourse to it.
' The fobregoing titles are those which are played at
the heads o'treatier and other public documents, but
those by which he is-knoywn and called by the mass
of the people are,
Pade Schah,"' man-slayer," blood-drinker."

notice of the Monthlies, we conie next to that on
which the Literary Emporium prides herself--and
with sufficient reason.
Of the New England Magazine we regret that
candor obliges us to say, honestly and openly, that
it is rather the best of the three nmonthlies upon
which we have been engaged for the last two or
three evenings. The subjects of the articles are bet-
ter chosen, and there is much more of vigor, point
and power in the manner of their treatment. It is
an unwelcome conftession to make, but there is no
help for it; Boston has decidedly out-stripped New-
York, at least for the present month. The leading
article is a biographical notice of Peleg Sprague, in
which facts are stated clearly, and sound opinions
are forcibly, even eloquently expressed. We have
but one fault to find with it, and that is the comnpar-
ative hesitation with which the writer repudiates the
absurd doctrine of senatorial instruction. "The
Ambitious Guest" and "Graves and Goblins" we
strongly suspect to be from the same pen; they
are both able articles--full of the poetry that is in
prose-and the former especially is deeply imbued
with that strange, dreamy, half-fearful solemnity, so
difficult to attain, that makes the blood rush chilly
to the heart, and the nerves to thrill with eager emo-
tion. "Pages from my Diary," are rather com-
mon-place ; truisms put forth with a gravity worthy
ofsome important discovery. "A chapter on Whal-
ing" is graphic and spirited.
The most impressive article in the number is
" The Press and the Convent Question," an ex-
ceedinglybold, straight-forward, searching paper,
which contains far more truth than it is at all con-
soling to our national or professional amour propre
to admit ; and we are sorry to avow that the wri-
ter need not have confined his censures to New Eng-
land. The "Fragments from the Confessions of
Judas Iscariot" are'touchingly eloquent, and in
reading them, you are almost constrained to forgive

before us-1iwhich by the way, may besaid,and safely,
of all ; the best are Une Campagne de Napoleon"
-" Antiuiqles Mexlcaines"--" L'habit noir," and
" Visite a Lady Eslher Stanhop;e." This last (by
Delamartine the French poet) has already been
translated, and gone the circuit of the papers. It is
interesting and graphic,and very arnusing ; the latter
feature arising from the extreme complacency and
ingenuity with which Monsieur Delamartine con-
trives to say a vast number of pretty things about
himself, by professedly repeating the words of the ec-
centric lady whom he visited, and also from the gra-
vity with which lie favors us with long essays
upon morals, philosophy and theology, pretending
that they are n ,thing more than a literal transcript
of his conversation with her ladyship. She certain-
ly fooled himn to te top of his bent," and if' their
discourse is correctly reported, lie must kave bored
her most outrageously in return.
HI-BREw GRA RmR.--Leavitt, Lord & Co. have
published a Grammnar of the Hebrew Langua!e,
with a brief Chrestomathy for beginners- By Pro-
fessor Bush, of the New-York University. We
know nothing of the HIebrew, and therefore cannot
speak of the merits of this pc:formnance ; but the ge-
neral character of Profe.scsr Bush for sound and
ripe scholarship, affords a recommendation in which
the public nicd:notl ler to repo'e- confidence. The
design of the author is to furnish a more simple
means of acquiring the elements of the Hebrew,
than istol be found in the kindred works now in use.
He says he has succceed-d in making such a work,
and we believe him.
ther particulars have been received at New Bedford,
of this wide-sweeping calamity. as we learn froin the
Gazette and Mercury of that place. They were
obtained iro:n Captain Townsend of the ship Nile,
who was cruising for whales on the coast of Chili,
within eight or ten miles of the land, at the time of
the disaster.
Hle says that" the spars and ringing over his head
shook in such a manner that it was dangerous lo
.tand under them. Thinking that the vessel had
run aground, he ?t;nnidiately wore ship, and hove
the lead, but finding no bottom with twenty fathoms
of line, concluded it was an earthquake. Orra sub-
sequent visit to Talcahuana, his suspicions were
confirmed, in the desolation and ruin which that
once thriving port, then presented ; as also in the
fact, that the water in the bay was five or six feet
lower than its usual depth."
He also states that he has been on the coast of
Chili a number of voyages during the same month,
and thinks lie never knew such a scarcity of whales,
fish, and fowls, as in the present year, which fact he
ascribes to the earthquake.
The shock was very sensibly felt by Capt. Cotton
of ship Loper, 600 miles front land.
A brig arrived at Talcahuana, before the Nile sail-
ed, with provisions for the relief of the people who
had been deprived of support. The distress was not
so great there as was at first anticipated, provisions
having come in from the country in abrndance.-
Many of the inhabitants of Conception and Talca-
huana were employed in rebuilding their houses.

Tim PHENIX BANK CASE.-Wegave an abstract
of this important and interesting case, a few days
since, embracing all the facts, the points of law de-
cided by the Court, and the finding of the jury on the
question of negligence, which alone was suhmittcd
to them on the second trial. Judge Hoffman dis-
scnted from the opinions of his associates on the
bench, Judges Jones & Oakley, as to thie right of
the bank to disregard the special endorsement of the
Cashier of thie Atlantic Bank, the check having
been previously endorsed in blank, and consider it
as one payable to bearer. The opinion of Judge
Hoffman is entitled to great weight on all questions
of commercial law, and we therefore copy that part
of it which relates to the point above stated. The
remainder applies to the question of negligence,
which has since been determined by the jury, in
conformity with the view of the case taken by Judge
Hoffman. After stating the facts, his Honor pro-
It is clearly proved and not denied, that the in-
dorsetneint of the Plaintiff's nanie is a forgery, and
it is admitted by the teller or clerk of the bank that
he would not have paid it unless such indorsement
had been on it at the time of presentation. It was
therefore by virtue of such indorsenment, which was
believed to be genuine, that the money was paid. If
that endorsement be a necessary link, in the defend-
ants' chain of title the endorsement being a forgery,
the right of the def, ndants to the draft- necessarily
It has been contended, and the general rule is,
that the bona fide holder of a note mray, ii an action
brought against the maker or payee, strike out all
tile endorsements subsequent to the one sued on,
and cart recover. Tlis rule, however, is one for the
convenience of pleading, and is founded on the
principle, that by so doing, it does not affect the
right- of others. He releases part of his own secu-
rities, and imposes no greater liabilities upon those
from whom he seeks to recover. it deprives them of
no claim for their indemnity against others. The
plaintiff is a third endtorsee of a note, and sues the
tirst endorser. The law permits him to strike out
t!.e names of tihe intermediate endorsers, tor the
clear reason that the first endorser would have no
remedy over against them ; his rights or remedies
are not impaired or affected bty tha act.
But, and this is a test of the principle, if in suits
brought against the third endorser, the plaintiff
should strike out the name of the second endorser,
the law does not permit it-as by this act he would
deprive the third endorser of his remedy over against
the second endorser. The principle thlen is, he
may do it, when by his act the rights of others are
not affected;i he cannot do it when they .would be,
In this case, If the Phenix Bank were legal owners
of the draft, they might in a suit brought against
the first endorser, strike out the special endorsement
andt recover; but in a suit between the special en-

dorser and tire bank, the bank cannot strike out for
their own benefit and affect the rights of the plain-
tiffs. As between the plaintiffs aid the batik, the
bank is only a bona file holder of the draft in virtue
of the supposed special endorsement; arid they can-
not change the relative rights of the parties by any
act of theirs. The holder of the bill might perhaps
have struck out the special endorsement before pre-
sentment ; antid the bank probably might in safety
have.paid it. On this point 1 give no express opi i-
ion ; but when the holder did not exercise the ri-.ht
of striking out, and presented it with the special en
dorsement of Dodd on it, the Bank are not justified
in paying without the endorsement of the special
indorsees--and if such endorsement was a forgery,
it was in judgment of law no endorasiment, and the
bank paid it iii their own wrong. The balk receiv-
ed the draft and paid it, as they suppose,!, under the
endorsement of the plaintiffs. They must claim to
hohl it under such endorsement. Between them
and the plaintiffs, the right to strike out does not a-
riac, and cannot exist. A contrary doctrine, I think,
would materially impair tine transmission of bills
betm.veen Ihis and our sister States, and a special en-
dorsement, which is considered a safe way of trans-
mitting bills or drafts, bas no more security than a
common blank endorsement. I have confidence in
the principles I kave laid down, and it they should
prevail, tIhe plaintiffs will be entitled on this question
alone to recover.

A MIRACLE.-We enter bur caveat, in the first
place, against being set down -as converts to Van
Burenism, on account of the paragraph, of which
this is the beginning. We are going to glorify Amos
Kendall for the first time in our lives, but it is to
go no farther," unless he goes farther too-that is,in
good works. The'heaven-born' has actually done a
good deed-made a judicious appointment, and per-
haps without any political motive. We are not cer-
tain about that last part of it, by the way ; the new
Postmaster at Hallett's Cove, is to be sure a Whig,
or at least as mucli Whig as any thing, but we
don't know what bargaining there may have been
between them ; for any thing we know, there may
be a Whig less at the Cove than there was last
week. But who is the new Postmaster 1" queries
the impatient reader. Who! Why Grant Thor-
burn, to be sure; who else would it be.
P. S. Perhaps Mr. Amos Kendall did'nt know
Lawrie was a Whig ; ifhe reforms him out again,
now that we have given information of the fact, we
shall take back all we have said in Mr. Amos Ken-
dall's favor.
FIRE.-Between twelve and one o'clock this morn-

OmZGa L AK.-We have many agreee recol-
lections associated with the pretty village, the beau-
tiful lake, and the picturesque scenery, forming the
subject of the following article 'from the Coopers-
town Freeman's Journal; and in translating it to
our columns we bear testimony to its truth, without
exaggeration. By the way, how happened it that
our old republican friend, the Editor of the Journal,
shot by us without calling, both on his way to the
Baltimore Convenition anti back again 1 Strange
that we, who have so long battled in the good old re-
publican ranks together, should riot meet and hold
sweet political counsel as often as we cart Did we
not rupportJeferson, and the war, anti Governor
Toinpkina together; and now in the days of, oti
continued political ascendancy, ought we rnot to sit
down together, and tell our battles, and count our
sears, and enjoy the spoils of our democratic victo-
ries together! Prithee, friend, how happened the
isenhalice Perhaps we might have gone to the
Baltimore Convention togeth--But no! What
are we talking about ? Oh, we do remember: it
was the sweet village of Cooperstown, deep among
the hills of Otsego, of which we were speaking,
whereupon divers thick-coming fancies rushed upon
us, and recollections of days gone by; llI scenes,
old friends, and old associations; and we forgot for
the moment, that times change, and nien too often
change with them. But a mIan's a man for a' that,"
and we will not ail:nw political chan-es and diversi-
ties of opinion to make auld acquaintance be for-
got." With this short, sentimental-like shake of
the hand, 'r rather of the pen, with the Editor of
the Journal, we copy his article illustrating the ad-
vantages of one of the pleasantest interior summer-
residences that we know of:-
While the papers, right and lhft., are extolling the
various watering places and country seats of both
north and sou h, little or nothing has been said to
draw into notice the region about the headwaters
of the Susquehaninal, although it is surpassed by
no other for its natural advantages at least, and fora
residence during five months in the year.
Of all this extensive region, few, who know it
well, will hesitate about conceding to this place the
superiority,tin situation, facilities, beauty of sce-
nery, imnprovemnents, and perhaps we might add, lo-
cal interest, over all the other villages of the moun-
tain district.
Cooperstown lies in a valley which is, in itself,
elevated about twelve hundred feet above the sea.-
It has a Swiss climate, with the advantage of being
exempt from inpussantrains. Those who have tra-
vvcled, are struck with its, strong resemblance in ma-
ny particulars to the part of Europe just named.-
We want glaciers and mountains o"f ranite, it is
true; nor is the Otsego the Lake of Geneva ; but
our mountains are very beauiful, they ab.iund with
lovely views, and our own little .basin of water is as
pure, and far more richly stored, than the celebrated
sheet of the Leman. Thloso who like a ramble in
pure air, among for,>sts, or a row by moonlight un-
tder dark pines, will be pleased with a temporary re-
sidence in our valley, and our hills furnish a hun-
dred pleasant look-outs and picturesque glens.
If tie traveller, who has leisure, would turn aside
for a few days, and pass them in Otsego, we can al-
most pledge ourselves that he would feel compensa-
ted for his pains. A stage runs daily between Fort
Plain, on the Western Canal, and Cooperstown,
and the distance is only twenty-two miles. A daily
stage also communicates with Albany, distant sixty
six miles. There are stages, too, either daily or
three times a week, to Utica, Binghampton, Sher-
burne and Bainbridge. We shall not extol the
roads, though they are no worse than most of the o-
thers of the State, during the summer.
Houses of accommodation have been wanting of
late, in this village. In this particular, however,
there is a great change for the better this season,aind
there is the promise of farther improvement. No-
thing is wanting but encouragement, to bring us up
to any other place in this respect. Boarding is
cheap, and the fare, without laying claim to the'sci-
ence of the cuisine, is fresh and wholesome. After
July,i' may be termed good, for an inland town.--
Our mutton is justly considered excellent. The fish
of the Lake are uniformly firm and edible. The
bass, the salmon trout, and the pickerel, are said, by
epicures, to (qual any fish of the sort that are known.
The inns have, hitherto, been too negligent oflhese
dainties, but'there is a promise of amendment in this
It has been matter of surprise to us, that the banks
of the Otsego have so long been neglected by tho w
who have sought country residences. There area
hundred beautilhl sites oil its twenty miles of margin,
and land is dog cheap. At present there are but a
few of these beautiful situations occupied. Hyde, at
the north end of' the Lake, is one of the best houses
in the State. Lakelands, Fenimore, and Woodside,
are all more than pretty places, and all command fine
views. That from Fenimore is one of the best that
we know of. The others arc little inferior, each hav-
ing its own peculiar featu:.e of the picturesque.-
Tlhere is much good feeling, hospitality and kind-
ness too, in our neighborhood.
The Village abounds with pleasant albodes. The.
Oll Hall, which has lain tenantless and neglected bor
yenrs, is now repairing, the grounds aret i(nproving
and the place promises to be moret' beautiful than
ever. Riversedge, a very good house, is also occu-
pied again, and is to be repaired and improved. The
Susquehannah takes its rise between this place and
Ou the whole, we repeat that Cooperstown is not
sufficiently known, or sufficiently visited, andt we a-k
of those who have leisure, to turn aside and look at

A deplorable accident occurred lately in the Tra-
verse. The chief mate of the bri; Ord, then going
before the wind, fell overboard in pinching the an-
chor. The chief mate n-f the Astrea, coming up
:astern, with one man, generously leaped into the
boat to save .is lif(e, but in boarding, the boat came
across the tide, and both'chief maltes were drowned,
thie seamen being picked up by another vessel a-
stern, after being a long time in the water.---Quebec

GREAT SPECULATIO'N.-BBuying and selling is the
order of the day. Our city is filled with speculators
who are all on tip-toe. Several snug fortunes ot
from ten to twenty thousand dollars, have already
been made. G(,v. Cass, has disposed of the front
part of his farm, as far hack as Larnard street, for
one hundred thousand dollars. Extensive improve-
ments are rapidly making in Detroit. Our city autho-
rities are authorisedl to obtain a loan of one hundred

thousand dollars, and ourselves think seriouslyly of
adtlvertising for sale a number of bad debts.-Detroit
ly Advertlier says : Gen. Darcy, U. S. Marshall for
this District, returmid on Friday from a visit to Bar-
negat., during which he arrested, with the aid of
Capt. Schenck. of Midd;etown, and Mr. J. 'T.
Thompson, of Newark, the following persons, in-
dicted at the late term of the U. S. Circuit Court for
being concerned in the robbery of" str rnded vessels,
viz :--Giorge Worth, Joel Platt, Abraham Russell,
Moses Bonnel, Solornim, Rodgers, and James Mat-
thews. They were taken during the night, in their
LITTLE ROCK, (Ark.) May 19.- The Execution.-
On Saturday last the sentence of the law was car-
ried into effect, about a mile south of this town, on
Morgan Williamns, for the murder of Mr. Isom Pel-
ton. He met his fate with most astonishing self-
possession and coolness, evincing mor, composure
during the two hours he remained under the gal-
!cws, than a large proportion of the numerous con-
course of spectators who had collected on the ground
to witness his ignominious punishment.
Mr. John Woolerton, who was shot in this coun-
ty on the 21st lt., died in this place on Friday last.
We understand he was from Westchester. Pa.
and that his connections there are respectable. The
man who shot him, Hiram Abel, is in the jail in this

Yesterday afternoon, according to previous notice,
the ceremony of presenting a silver Vase and Pitcher
tothe retired officers ofthe Ninth Regiment, (Col.
Lefferts, and Lieut. Col. Warner,) took place at
Niblo's Garden. There was present a large num-
ber of ladies and gentlemen, which, with the nilita-
ry, made an imposing scene. The presentation took
place in the Saloon. The Vase was presented by
Col. Shippon, and the Pitcher by Licut. Col. Curtis,
the officers now in command of the regiment. On
the Vas~ is inscribed the- following: Presented by
the officers of the 91h regiment N.Y. S. A. to their
late commandant, Col. James Lefferts, as a testimo-
nial of their respect for him as an officer and citizen.
New York, May, 1835." On the reverse : Nation-
al Guards-Our Country."-Chased with the Coat
of Arms of the State and military banners. The
inscription on the Pitcher is the same, with the ex-
ception of the name.- Gazette.

(M. T.) Sentinel, of June 6th, mentions that Burns
died in that village, on the 3d inst. During the last
war, Mr. B. deserted from the British, and swam
the Niagara river to Lewiston.--Since that time he
has resided in the States. His musical talents were
well known throughout the United States, and he
acknowledged no superior as a performer on his fa-
vorite instrument.-Buffalo paper.
AnD.U .1 v-T T.nnrefr' _.V0-iterd1,i avroninL y. rat

S At gleectlon fotr Directors oft th Lont-iIlsnd
'Rail-Road Conmpany, held on the 16th Instant, at the Phnlx
Bank, the following gentlemen were duly elected for the
ensuing year, (viz :)
Knowles Taylor, of New-York.
Samuel Hicks, of New.York.
Williatn F. Blydenburgh, of Suffolk County.
Clarence 1). Sackett, of Kings County.
.John lie]hfielMl, of New- ork.
John L. Graliham, of New-kork.
Henry Wyckoff, of New-York.
Benjamin Curtiss, ofNew-York.
Valentine Hicks, of Queens County.
Morgan L. Smith. of New-York.
George D. Strong. ofNew-Yoi k.
Joshua Fanning, of Suffolk Curnty.
Williamr Sydney Siiilih, of Sitffolk County.
At a subsequent meeting of tie Board of Directors, the
fullowhin, icersoss were ltuantiit.ou-i y chosen:-
Knowles Taylor, President.
William F. Blydenborgh, Vice Presideint.
John l)elafiold, Treasurer and Register.
John Lorimner Graham, Counsellor and Attorney.
Clarence D. Sackett, Secretary. je 18--lt

13- Missiounary Mecting.-There will be a Mis-
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thodist Episcopal Church in Bedford strict. This is to bea
farewell meeting to Ihle Rev. F. E. PITTS, of Tennessee, who
is about to sail for Buenos Ayres, as a Missionary to South
Short MIeasure on Dry Goods.
i Froiti be frcqucer-i complaint of short measure on
Dry Goods,. and the notorious fact that many manufactu-
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ing Iineir goods tmore than I heir real teasure,
7'THE BoARAn o1' TnADof tile City of New-York, appoint-
edl a committee to inquire into, and report upon, such
frauds as may exist in th'- measure of Dry Coods, with a
view to the adoption of somenimethod for their prevention.
In fiurtherance (of this object, the uIndersignedt request of
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who may discover frauds in the measure ofgoods, to report
the same in writing, to either of the subscribers, with a
particular description of the goods, the name of tihe manu-
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other information as may tend to exposed and suppress a
practice so disreputable and inijurious
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In the packet ship Polanl, for Havre:- -Mr. I,. J. Salaig-
nac, Mrs. nalaignac, 2 children and servant, of Philadel-
ph ia; Mr. Jacob, B. Morris, lady, child and servant, of do ;
Mr. John Laquernno, of Mexico ; Mr Madrugal, Don I'Pc-
dro Classanoras, Mr. J.ayme Cordina, Dr. Wilkins, and
servant, of Virginia ; Messrs. Morgin and Birgas, of Mex-
ico; M. O. H. Miidleton. Idy an( servant, Miss Middlleton
and HEItenry Middlelton of Charleston ; Mr. G. Vogelgang, of
New Orleans ; Mr. Fredlerick A. Percher, D. J. I,. Gevais,
Mr. T. II. IRuel; Augustus Rucf, Arnold Ruef, and Bertha
Ituef, Mr. Go'Jguire, and master Godguire, and servant.
In the ship Emnprium. from Havana :--J. Van Praag.
In the barque Science, from Grcenock: Mr. Canipbell,
lady, child and servant; Rev. Mr. I.each and lady, Miss
Monteath; Miss Thomnson, Mrs. Nicoll arid 2 daughters,Jas.
Scott,Peter Alken, and 55 in the steerage.
In thie brig Rapid', frim Havana :-W. IH. Wright, Capt.
George Ilarker, Ira Clark, G. George, G. L. Bonnett, W. C.
I'eterson, T. W. Bartholomew, J. Gi!les, I)D:n F. P. Shares
Doti G. M. Smith, D)on Rogeris Zelada, MAirs. Ann Norris,
Miss C. D. IHernandez.
In the Br. brig Victory, from Dominico.--Mr. Francis
In the brig Verges, from Rio Grande: Robt. P. Stevens,
and Christian troden.
In the brig Victory, from Dominica .-Francis Burke.

Latest Date lrom I Liverpool,.....................May 16
latest Date from London-.........................May 15
Latest Date from Ilhvre, via Live pool............-May 10

By ;R. R. Minturn 4- Co.
6 Lois, corner of 5th avenue & 129th st, each $550......3300
6 125th st, 685......4110
4 It 124th st, 500......'L000
4 on 124th st, between 4th and 5th av. 450-......1800
6 "11 445.....2670
4 1275th 540-......2160
5 125th 500......25001
3 5th av., between 127th & 128 st, 385-......1155
1 corner 5li, av. & 128th st 445.......445
L on 128th st, between 5th & 6th av. 400 ......400
1 .I 370.......370
3 : 127th st, 333......990
3 128th st, 330.......990
4 1201h st, between 3d & 41h av. 410...... 1640
6 130th st, between 7th & 8th av. 300...... 1800
6 131st st, It 300......1800
5 127th st, between 3J & 4th av. 585'......1925
9 128ll st, 585...... 5265
3 124th st, between 4th & 5thav. 490......1470
3 125th st, '" ". 490...... 1470
9 113th & ISth st, between S'd & 4th av. 335......3015
About I acreof ground with house and
barn bet'n 3d & 4th1 av. & 12Bd & 124th st.............. 60t'0
Sales at the Stock Exchange, June 18.
229 shares U. S. Bank ........................... 113
50 do do ....................... ....1121
10 do Manhattan Bank ..................... 134
20 tdo Mechanics Bank...................... 13-'
36 do Phenix Bank ............. .......... 130
150 do 1)elaware and Iuflson................ 106|
250 ilo do do .................106B
275 do do dlo ................ 106
550 (o lo do ................ 106
100 do do do ..........60 days 106
100 to do do .........60 days 1016
20 do National,............................. 120
29 da Morris Canal ........................ 89
60) to do .................. 89
60 do N.O. City Bank-................ ..... ll0
400 lo N.O. Commercial ................... 108A
200 do Ohio Life & Trust ............. 90 days 123
46'1 do do do ................... 1235
550 dlo Kentucky Bank-....................... 102
550 do do- do ...............30 days 102
105 do Grand Gulf .......................... 109
50 do Ocean Ins ............................ 151
10 do Atlantic.............................. 1C6
50 do State.............................. 86
50 do Jackson-................................ 1034
50 1do do............................ ..... 104
50 dto (to...........................30 days 103
300 do do .......................... 30 davs 103
50 do Farmers Loan........................ 1301
65 do do do...................... 130
100 do do d.) ................30ds 129
50 do American Insurance................ 100O
20 do Manhattan Gas....................... 1291
100 do do (1do .......................129
360 do Mohawk R. R......................... 1.0,
200 do do do ........................ 119.
300 do do do ..................... 120.
450 do Paterson R. R8...............-........ 108
25 do Saratoga............. .............. 120
100 do Iarlem R. R......................... 115t
200 (on do ............................ 115
13 do Boston & Prov-........................ 119i
425 do do ............................ 12(
425 do do
50 do do ....................90 days 1191
100 o N. J.R.R. &T. I..................... 116
100 rd. Bnotion &i Wocnrce.ter I-O1

A0tzktaMi ZABtliftA, h .lt 1. ', I
Fltur.--Tlerc is very little doing in Howard-.trest Flotil.
Holders generally ask 06,50, which we quote as the fair
stere price. There have been no sales of City Mills. The
stock is extremely light. Holders are willing to sell the ar-
ticle now made at 06,75, but $7 is uniformly asked for that
to be ground. Siisqnehanna Flour is scarce and inquired
for. Large parcels are hold at 86,50, and small lots have been
sold at $6,62j.
Grain.-The only transaction in Wheat is the sale today
ofa lot of 2900 bushes prime machine Maryland red, from
str, re,at $1,50 per bushel.
Corn is still advancing. A lot of Virginia mixed was sold
yesterday at 97 cents, and several lots of Maryland, both Ai
white and yellow, were so!d at 81. A small parcel or
to fill up a vessel was sold at $1,01. but to-day the market
rather fiat, and the artile will not bring Sl. Sales ofRtyeat
97c. a 8l. A sale of Maryland Oats yesterday at 55. We quote
53 a 55 cents.

On tlle 16th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Ia Fevre, MINARD
the late Capt. Samuel G. Bailey, all of this city.
On Tuesday evening, June 16th, by the Rev. Dr. Me-
GII.LET, both of this city.
On Wednesday mnoininn, by the Rev. D. Carroll, at the
residence of J. Cenklin, Esq. Brooklyn, E. A. PRATT, of
the firm of Piatt & Treadwell, to I,UUY ANN, daughter of
the late T'romns Ilerring, Esq. all of Albany.
It Pli;iadPlplhi, nn Monday morning, the 17th instant,
CIARLES W. CilURCHMIIAN, of that city, to FI.IZA
IRII)GMAN, daughter of Joseph Bridgman, Esq. of Belch-
ertown, Mass.
Oil Salurday. the 13Ih inst. at Huntington, Connecticut,
Mrs. ZiPPORAIH TAYLOR, widow of the Rev. M. Taylor,
formerly of New Milflrd, Conn., ased 92 years, 4 months
and 10 days.
On ,'atlurlay last, while or a visil to this city, with her
uslband, Mrs. SElt;NIORA T. BItAINE, consort of Wil-
Hiai T1. Ilrainn:, of Montgomrry, Alabarna.
At Booklyn, oni the i6th inst. THOMAS P. STETSON,
aged 516 years, of BKtuh, Me,


liIlh .tiaLr 'FT-flnrrolw : 3h. 23m.

Ships Glasgow, Robinson, Liverpool, N. Peck ; Lorena,
Urquhart, Mobile, E. D Huribut & Co; Br. barque Tweed4
'ilocuui, Halifax, Rogers& Co; brig Lnnar, McMantis, W.
Indies; sclirs John D Gordon, lIaird, Philadelphia; A.
manda, WValpole, Jacksonville, Fa.
Ship Po:tland,; Cook, South Atlantic, whaling; brigs Eu-
ro, [Aust.] Janevicli, Trieste, S. Hicks & Sons; George,
Sweclzer, Tobasco; Potomiac, Hiltclcock, Kingston; schrs
Shielburne,[Br.] Wymran, Nw-Ewdinburgli; Empire, HIati
don., Boston; Renown, Lovell, do; Boston, Gould, de;
Win. Ioscoe, Chase, do; Whale, Sawyer, New London;
sloop Gen. J. Davis, Clark, Philadelphia; barge Shark,
Wilson, do.
Schr George Pollock, Shadwick, 6 days front Newborn,
N. C. with cotton, &c. to Ransom & Spelman.
Selr George Washington, Corson, 3 ds fin Philadelphia,
with coal, to Luwther & son.
Sloop Wm. Frederick, Winnimtan, 4 ds fm Pihiladelphia,
will coal-, to I.owther & Son.
BELOW--i ship 2 brig and 1 schr.
'.IULED-Ship Desdcuiona, Smith, for South Atlantic
Slip Emporiumn, Crosby, of Wisc".sset, 11 days from Ila.
vana, to Tinkham & Ilart. Sailed in co. with barque Comn.
Morris, for Matanzas.
Br. barque Science, M'lellan, from Greenock, May 5, to-
Sands, Turner & Co.
Barque Pomona, Nason, from Philadelphia, with flour,te
N 1I Wolfe, and others.
Brig America, Treadwell, Havana, 7th inst, with 422 cks
molasses, to I. Arnold. Left, ship North America, for St.
Tlomas, 10th : brigs Moro, Thomas, Boston, 14th ; Gram-
pus, Brewer, do. une ;Orb, Hiagins, Portland, 8th ; Lucy
Ann, tHunt, do, 15th ; Speed, Knight, de, unc; Tallmadge,
unsuild; Eastern Siar, do, and others.
Brig Rapid, Barton, Havana, 7thl inst, to Moses Taylor.-
Left It. S. ship StLouis, fin Tampico, and Vera Cruz; Tal-
imadge, IIopkins, from Portland, and Eastern Star, front
Matanzas, all ar 5th ; Casper Ilauser, for this Dort, 16th,and
others reported. Sailed, 5th anti 6th, ship Com. Morris,
Matanzas and Cowes; brigs Cherokee, Boston; Laurel,
Newport; schr Sabina. Apalachicola.
Br. brig Victory, M'Donald, Domtinico, 16 days, with 120
tons crude sulphur, 40 casks molasses, &c. to Tucker and
Lauries. Left no Airis. Brig Forest, Dean, of this port,
had touched, sold part of her cargo, and sailed for Trinidad
about 16thl May; schr Union,Lewis, also sold part, and sail-
ed for Martinique 21Mt. Spoke, 16h inost, lot 39 22, long
i3-1, brig Jane, 51 days from IAfrica or uBoston.
Brig Verges, Sullivan, from Rio Grande, April 27th. Spoke
Mlay 7th, lat 24, 40, long 33,30, barque Ann Louisa, 44 days
from Cadiz for Valparaiso, all well.
lrig Magnolia, Pilgree, trorn Iichmond, with coal.
Schr Mary, lLmner, and sloop HIiram, atilwell, from Phi.
ladelphia, with coal.
Schr Martha, Nickerson; Albany Packet, Pierce, and
Mystic, Battles, Bo'tsn.
Schrs Tom Wood, Smith, and John lleath,Chatten, Rich.
miond, with coal.
Schrs New York, Dizer, from Maclias ; Emblem, Cher.
Schr Eagle, Jones,fim Folly Landinz, with staves.
Schrs Jew--Greek, Baker; Tremont, Reed; and Ba.
lance. Heodges. Boston.
Sloop Atlantic, Clhurchill, from Plymouth, Ms.
Sloop Havana, Packer, fint Kennebeck, 4 days, with fresh
salmon, to J Niles.
The schr Martha Beaston, Tilden, from New York, for
Richmond, loaded with hay, is ashore at Brigatine Beach,
N.J. The vessel will be lost.
The schr Two Sisters, ar. at St. Johns, P. R., on the 28th
of May, with part of her cargo damaged.
At Have, May 10th, Rhone, Rockett, fin New York, and
Thoimas Dickason, ]Lyon, from Mobile.
The Victoria, Merrill, for New York, was 'o sail from Li-
verpool 20t(h May.
The Bristol, for this port, was wind bound in King Road,
14th ult.
At Bremen, April 25, Mary & Martha, for Gottenburg,
Gi utilt.
At Hamburg, 28th, Tiber, for Havana, 56 Ganges, to sail
10!h May. Sailed from Cuxhaven, 26th, Brazil, Parker,
Cottcnburg. 27th, Cuxhaven, New York, and was off Dun.
gencss, 4th.
ALBANY, J.hune 16.--Arr. scha Victor, Atwaod, fm Bosa.
non; sloops Albion, Clapham, New-Haven; Albany, Sctd-
ler, Boston; Marksman, Emnmons, Bradgeport; Planet,
Pi indell, do; Favourite, Cuyler, Brookhaven ; Pamelia,
Smith, Phliladclphia.
PILAD)ELPHIA, June 17.-Arr. ship Carouge, Bryson,
from ILondondetry, with 119 passengers.
Brig Uncas,(ofBlrutswick, Me.) Lamnb, from Newport,

Wales. May 26, spoke ship HIibernia, Cole, from New-
Bledford bound to the I'acific, all well. Off Nantucket
shore, picked up thle long boat of a ship, appeared quite
Br. brig Manley, Welsh, lr,,m Liverpool. May 29, lat40,
long 55, 37, exchanged signal with ship Isaad Hicks. 31st,
lal. 41, 5, long 50 25, cxciar.ged signals with thip Clhatha:n.
Sth June, lat 38,58, long 62, 37, exchanged signals with ship
Brigs Eagle, from Trinidad de Cuba; Columbia, Shaw,
Easiport; Albert, Ilanna, Wilmington, N. C.; Abigail,
Fogg, Calais, Me.; Bremen brig Alwhvina, Kortlang, Amster-
dam ; U. S. revenue cutler Gallatin, Capt. Gould, fri m a
cruise schrs Caroline, Carey, NYork ; iiana, Wise, do;
Amazon, Swan, Stonington ; Eveline, Rollins, Boston;
Mexican, IIar, New York ; Jas. Anderson V'I inais, do;
Sarah, Sargent, Portland; Pomfret, Bray ,Eastport.
Cl'd. brig Mary, Whipp,le Trinidad dte Cuba ; selir No.
3, Abbott, ila'ana; Cyrus, Sears, NewYork ; Temperance,
I.eaci, Snlerm ; sloops Mary & Martha, Bcnnett, NewYork;
tow boat Algonquin, Quick, do.
BALTIMORE, June 17.-Arr. Bremen brig Neptune,
from Branmen, 24tlh April, with 80 passengers.
Br'g Cherub, Knowles, fromtn Rio Grande. Spoke on Fri-
day last, scbr Oscar, of Alexandria, from Mobile for Ncw-
York, with pa~szngers.
Brigs Laura, Clhapman, from Charleston; Chickasaw.
Crowell, Boston ; Pavilion, Case, NYork; schr Julia-iMart-
ling, Oa. ley, do.

Schr St. Anna, Gorton, from Barracoa. Left, schooner
Amethyst, far N York, to sail 10th June.
RICHMO D, June 15.-Arr. steam-boat Thomas Jeffer-
son. Passed at Hog Island, schr Jane Carolino. At Har.
prison's Bar, schr-Union. Above City Point, schr Alert, and
brig Commodore Tucker. Above Four Mile Creek, schrs
Rachael Anti, and Avon. Below Warwick, schrs Sarah
Anr,, and Annawaan.
Brig Lavina, Tisdale, St. Thomas schlrs Cull, Curtis,
Eastport ; Annawan, Paine, Boston,; Avon, Larkin, Hart-
Sailed, schrs Wm. Wallace, Drinkwater, Hartford ; St.
Lawrence, Townsend, Newark ; Celerity, Gaudy, Sauger-
ties; Enterprize, Mayo, New-York; Peggy Speincer, Grif-
fitb, do ; Select. Williams, do ; Wasp Werth, do; New.
York, Ste'adson, do; Navigator, Ingeursoll, Sauagcrties.
NEW-IIAVEN, June 16.---Arr. brig George Washingtor,
IIolbrook, fin St..Iohnq, P. R., 14 days. Left schrs Two
Sisters, Babcock, for Plhilad. 21st; Boston, Prinkwater,
for Portland, 17th; Dover, Ciartiss, New York, [9th; Inde-
pendence, Lee, do. 8th.
Sloop Brilliant, -, Albany.
-NEW LONDON, June 12-Ar brig Ospray, Fordhiam, 8.
Atlantic, via St Helena, 200 brls wlhaleiuid 20 of black fish
Schrs Charles Riclimond, and Olive, from New York.
PROVIDENCE, Juite 16-Ar schr Joseph & Mary,Chad.
wick, Norfolk; s!oeps Tennessee Farmer, Rayner, Kings-
ton; John, Sherwood, N York.
FALL RIVER, June 15-Ar brig Annawan, Sandford,
Wiltnington, N C; sloop Ann, Snow, NewYoik.
WARREN, June 12-Arr brig Plymouth,Fuller, Gotten.
BOSTON, June 16.-Arr brig Planet, Lurvey,' from Su-
rinau, 23d ult. Left, brigs Cashier, Parsons, Boston, 2 ds ;
Charles, Swinson, tdo 10; Favorite, Winsor, fin do arr 22d;
tlio, W terhorise, from Portland, do; Fame, Nickerson,
dlise ; Franklin, HIitchcock, fir Wilmington, NC, do; Mary
& Eliza, Say ward, Gloucester, 8.
Schr Daniel Webster, Baker, Philad; Mechanic, Sim-
monns, Kingston, NY.
Below, a brig, said to be the Sabat.
The Globe, from Ilavana, sailed 4th inst. (not 8tlh) as re-
ported yesterday.
C(i'id snlip Ohio, Bassett, New Orleans; brigs Aurora,
Foster, Rio Janeiro and a mar ket; Quincy, Jones, Pernam-
buco ; Ceylon, Welsh, do ; Kentucky, Mitchell, Mobile;
schrs Frances Ellen, Gelston, NYork ; Peggy Thomas,
Wright, do.
NEW BEDFORD, June 16.-Arr. ship Nile, Townsend,
fm Pacific Ocean, Talcahuana 21st March, and Mocha lst
April, with 1300 brls whale and 700 sperm oil, and 8250 lbs.
bone. Left in Bay of Conception, ships Milton, Howland,
1301) brls sperm and 2 right whales; Loper, Cotton, 1500 sp;
Alexander Mansfield, Starbuck, Hudson, 1400 wh and 60 sp
-all to sail for home in a few days; New England, Terry,
Pouehkeepsie, 500 brls wh and 100 sp; PhilipTabh, Bowen,
600 ~hl and 100 Rp. At Island of Mocha, Feb 12, Maryland,
Burmpus, 14t00 whale--o cruise another season on Coast of
Chili. The ship Israel, of Boston, arr. at Talcahuana from
Valparaiso, but finding it swept away, sailed again for Val-
paraiso, 19th March; ibarqute Active, of Salem, touched at
T. for a market, but no sales, and left on 17th March for
Schr Mary Washington, Elliot, fm Baltimore.
SAI.EM, June 15.--Cl'd. ship Geoige, Balch, ladia.
PORTsMOUTtH, June 13..--Arr. schr Elizabeth, Wells,
fmr Richmond.
14th,arr. schr Turk, fin New York.
EI)GARTOWN, June 15.-Arr. schrs Charles.&-.lamu.
el, Glover, from NYork; Meridian, lHugdeul, Baltimore;
Young-James, Dow, Richmond; Paris,. Pierce, NYork.
I 6th. tiorilt~ h an kah ,nv"

T0 tO iCMS,
Puftant tO RevtsedStatutes,p
art. 3, relating to "volun
rant to the application of an
l ed June 18th, 1835; cred
Honorable Richard Riker, R
York, at his office il thle Ciy
fiE(lt ay ofr September next a
jc 1 -l0w
~Tho Co.partniership her
firmi s'Rogers, Jones 4- Co.,
a'v *ard J1. Rogers, on the
's u. partners of the late
'%, .ssion iBusiness unler
I) & CO. at 243 Front
S.lfrae late firmr
0. W.
New-York, 18rh June, 1S335.
LATORS.-A favorable open
otton trade in a southern to ediately
board, healthy and pleasantly
"progress frolnm this town to ai
.road is now in operation rising
pleted still farther by this fall
cotton and other produce to a
days sail of Newv York. Capwit
make investments in real es
themselves acquaint:,-d with
town. For particiulars enq:iire
Pearl, or Fo es& range, 60 ou
BOARDING.-A few single
miren and their wives, can beo
Saint rooms, with or without bo
ly at 20 Courtlandstreet.
W ANTIED-A young gonitleio
ing a Detintli ; he must
connexions, also possessing a l
a person a good opportunity
J. FRANCIS, Surgeon Dentis
N. B. Artificial Eyes put in,
ed fro
tCj3 For sale, a good stone quar
of the North River, near Blood
EW 00OD -t-Received at
honse, 262
2 cases Paris eambrolderies,
of Collars, Pelerines, l
I do white and blue
1 do new style plai
1-,do small figured
r" Also, fancy Paris Idkfs, Sh
dVats, &c.
hereby given, that a petiti
Botr.l of Aldermen, for a wel
wI" .'',"
And notice is hereby further
concernedd object to the propose
Mlesired to present the saine i
pnissioner's Offic, on or b
Street Conirmissio
June 18, 1835. S
U hereby given, that a petiti
Board of Allerm en, for a well a
t.e 5th
Annl notice is hereby further
corceinedobjecl to tile propose
desired to present the samtre
minsioner's Office, on or be
Sreet Commissioner's OffieJ
%_ hereby given than u assef-i
lots on Broadway, Waverly P
completed and is open itl time
for txam
Aid notice is hereby further
eolncrned, object to the conlt
assessment, they are desiired
ing, it the Street Comniissio
29tlh h
Str'et Commissi
June 18th, 1835.
Pa-t IV.-History.-United St
Gralame's,2 vols ; IIolmes's,
Rammay, 3 vols ; Willard's,
lIume, Smollett and Miller, 4
guard, 12 vols; Mackintosh, 1 v
vols ; Robrtson, I vol. Euo
Jones, 3 vols; Robertson's C
System, 2 vois ; Crowe's France
I vol; Grattan's Netherlands,
vol ; Mills's Chivalry and Crus
tory,2 vols ;Florence, 2 vols.
2 vols, 4 vols, or8 vols ; lli
1 vol; Frost, l.vol; HIeeren, 1
Ferguson, 1 vol ; Iooke. 3 vol
Tacitus, 1vol ; Gibbon's Decli
Africa.-Heeren, 2 vols. Asi
Russell, 18!no. Palestine, Rus
sephus, I vol ; Millinan, 3 vo
Muller,4 vols; Robbins, 1 vo
vol. Ecclesiastical -Godt ic
do l2mo Milner, with contain u
do 3 vols. or2vols ; Waddingt o
formation in England, 4 vols
Six Centuries, vol ; Scoltt's
1Sino ; Smnedley's Reformedi
low's Sketch of Missions, 12m
of the lnqnlsition, 12mno
Sheathing Copper, assorted
je 18
SIiverpool, will Ilease send
on board, foot of Beckman s
je 18-3t C. .
way, beg to callth attention
braries, to their extensive s
Books, recently imported Iro
duced prices, at their Theologi
200 Broadway. A catalogue oft
lished and may be procured
above. Among the scarce andvv
have atpresent on sale, are
and Acta Regia, continued by Ti
maps, plans and portraits, medal
very fine copy; Bolingljroke's
tiquities of Ilercalaneuin, pi
vernment, 7 cot1, folio, a be
and magnificent work ; B).le's
tionary. 5 vols, folio ; do do,
of the Pope, 7 volis,4to; Chu
with Osborne's supp!emento S
plates ; Gibbon's Miscellaneou
oscoe's Lorenzo dtie Metlieis
calfgilt; Beaumont andlFletch
plates; Tlhurloe's Collectio
manyofthe greatest interest,
of this country, 7 vols, folio
vels, folio,maps, &c.; do do
Works, 7 vols, 8o, plates.
sehip OrpheLus, frol i Liver
Pen. It is recommended for
Quill Pen in flexibility, an
These Pens are adaltedtl to th
ti:g of gentlermen and ladie
the round, running and text h
schools, and are dtecidedl;y su
yet int
The fine quality andflcxibiliy
is manufactured, its peculiar
is bestowed on-the mathemnatic
render it superior to all other
sale and retail at Statione
je IS
Philadelphia, have just
Skelches. 2(d serne ; Irving's
Moore's IHislory ofhIeland,
Nos. 1 and 2, b, Washlington

ford and Neustead Abbey, an
Bird's new novel, The Infidel,
by Dr. Bird, in 2v 12rmo ; Cha
story, in 2v 12muo ; Remarks
by Dr. Leo Wol
On Saturday they will publ
Tale of the Tory Ascendancy,
Swallow Barn.
E I. [ULiVL E ,& ESQ
o TIIERS, No. 82 Cliff stre
morning, the 19th instant, No
WEB'S WORKS, in an elegant s
hellished with a portrait of th
nettc on steel. This
PELIIHM, or the Adventure
ward Lytton Burlwer, Ezq. Co i
a new preface,containing a ske
ry of the work, andnthe stor
moirs of a Genlleman
Lately pot
Nos. I and 2 of Pauldi
L auncelot Langstaftf Esq.
Porter. In 2
By J. N. Reyno ys.
AND BEAUTY.--Japa:eese
condensed emulsion cxtracled
ductionsof the island of Japan
name. It is very refreshing in
removes freckles, sunburns, w
the skin, and when the skin
either from hard labor, inc
sickness, it gradually, but inf
fiction, and makes it'soft, whi
all smarting pains whether ari
use of stong alkalin'. soaps ; a
perience pain in shaving it af
sale at II C.
jo 17 173 Broadway,
Baths can be had at all hours o
following kinds ; 1st to act sp
membranes, skin, and organs
nation by removing obstruct
crid serum from the blood. 3d,
tion by stlbduingirritation, er
restoring elasticity and vigor
and tendons. 4th, to cure ner
gia. 5th, to promote the healing
toprevent discharges of blo
stance has it failed. 7th, to ex
tone and vigor to
Prescriptions for any of the s
will he strictly attended to,
ted to call and ascertain tihe
Constantinople aud its Enviro
exhibiting the actual state ofmt
bits of the Turks, Armnnians
fled by the policy of Sultan
day published a
1. IH TTjni t A7r A, I

Fare $5 a
The splendid steamboats
pier No. 4, North River, near I
Line, near the foot of Morri
nesda-y an
Leaves New York at 5, P. M. I
MooInday, 2'2
Friday, 20
Monday, 2
Leaves New York at 5, P. M. i
Ii iday, n19
Wednesday, 21Iy
F,.-r fiurltl iifoi rmalion app'y
street, or tlie Captait on bo
1t iT. FOA. "EWP
.,._ _.a VIDENCE, eve
-1 --- i- .-* .. Salird;- in nne,
ton street, E. R.--Fa
Thle srtemboatnl P1RI It I!
Leaves New York at 5, P. M. I
Saturday, 2)0
Trl'ursday, 25 I
The steamboat BosTOlr)
eaves New York .t 5, P. IMl.
Thursday, I8 |
Tuesday, 23 I
Saturday, 27 [
I Tuesd.ay,
For further information,
WILLIAMS & CO. corner F
Stages will be in readii.ess,
at P ovrJcincc, to convey pa
N. il.--All Baggagen at thle

.- ). Froni East River stea

This Altcrnon
The steamnlboat .WATEth WIT Ct
To-MIoirow- Aftrnr
P, ...- 'vili leav"ew N o
.'T,. 1- a,,' Thiur-sday anru
boat General Jack
Pas:-engers w-ill leave Ne
every Monday, Weduesld:iy and
l '. ": ,
N. In 'n It 4 ci i
For- further inforra!tioni, inq
j'l 18 JACO! CORL'

.-. TROY S-RM-.N0... AL
7 -i T .- A .. i'AhmY.-i'rom e
--treet, (
Also,from foit'q
Thle morning and evenii;g w li
ait ti ii Oldl State
/- NAo'ice. --All Goods, Fritl
plie>i, or any other oind ofo
pilton eloard the Boatsof thisL
le .lwo tsoifrs-ich Goods, Frei
FI011NEI. W, Pul extO r
S"-.. ':-__ :--'--' I.. V W-
'-$ n"i e-.t- ,-.'* ." .N I, .aIt
fi-1 of iMarketfiEold-strcnt. T
I.EXIN72GTON, Cat1t. Vanderhi
Tuesday, Thnrsdlsy atlni tiatir
tIrct:urn;ia will leave Provi
ulay and Fri!ay mornings at 6
iceui made to convey piassen
hliateiy mon the arrival of thb

published the forty-eighth nua
ry, be ng a continuation of "
or, An Illustrationofthe Moral
Thomas Dick, author of "Th
The Philosophy of a Futur
47, and which will b
ries of the bChristian Library
It iS a continuation of "ThL
.gpencer, of liverpool." Hly
sor in the pastoral office. 'T
completed in the nex.nimbernbi
minced, The ,ife of Philip
Terms of each of the above
weekly, three dollars a year, i
tn-r cents a nuil.br,
Numbers of ir e L.ibracry ca
stor, (o-f Piiss & WrVdsworth. ,
tI.aue, c rnrr f Ann asu.l Ni s
rior, t'ioweryV; ViCan Vlcclk & C
thaiRn-st.; and Mr Pl
F-l The foillowinuriperio!ia
162 Nassau street-viz. The F
Ediinburgh Jo.urnal. Compre
Bible, and the Sa
Ncvw York. June 18, 1135.8
RONS.--In a Series of Letiu
state of tire tiaManuners. Cust
Armenians, Jew'; and Greeks
dentl a! Con
Jimst published,n
ie 18
black silk Velv
l!'o first premniuim, a gold umed
Hall, by tIhe Amrrican Inrii
B-)oks, Ink, Ink Powder, Intde
Tl.e difTfrent styles of Blank
estahlishli:en.t have been p
,tnd lby a iartful attention
The Messrs. Felt deenim i
speak in their own behalf, af
nishe:l with tlie following
President of the
Gentlemen,-I tender you
honor yoa have conferred up
-ccoinpaniiedl your note of f
Stationary, which it describe
prenmiumn at thle Fair of the Am
he sten to tie prnonoumncri
tinctionr, rn:l entitle its ma
those wlio take a pr.pUer inte
can skill
That. your eestablishmentud, an
that are devoted to tie nmanu
to t!'e w:s!s and comfor-ts f o
realize that pointcfsuccess wh
tlland labor tIhe most ample r
Y ur obcdi
David Fi!lt & Co. Station
Gont!emien are rcqiesled to
I). FELT & CO. Propriet
jc 18
Saveraginlm 2'i5 Ihs each ; 00
t!ic c i- -f torig P'laski.
andi ,i1 by (.yCIN&
je 18 1
LAMP SAIADt.S, f&c.--.o
Aroni Liverpool, afinme asso
French Chimnies, in
je96 Front8

oie rnii iot .)is hii gii asCaon to Lexinigtonwillher-
-frer leave New York at5 o'clock, A.M.
For further iifir-,rmion inquire ofChias. Pettit, c
Washingl.m street anid BUery place, orat the office, i
South street. j 18 ERMAN P S-
.. St e'inboat P!aicae.f olt of Beckan sreet.
lile iteaniboat (EN. .IACK()N, Capl. Colt, v.will leave
every Taesdayand Thursday Afternoon, at5 o'clock,
Saturday Mlorminns, at 10,)'c!ock.
stiages will be in rcariiness at Grotn to conuey fa
:ers lo Stiinmtoin. Also, at Norwich to convey
,r:--. to Wo lcestrand Boston.
N. P. Freight takon. For tinfor,anlion, itrutre of
i" 18 .IJACOB (:ORTIES i0)NS, 23parlt. e
..-. T -'-T -Ti esIeamrboat FAItIE-LsD, (apt
.- -, .-, will Icave the foot of Market secret
'lay afternoon, at 4 o'clock, if fair weather for Flusnhing,
itnl .return- the samle evening, remaining there
'o rive pas.ienerstniime to view the lots to be sold
oIllowing Wednesdly, or to visit theGardlens, (he h
n, now in fi!l l, loom. je 17-3t' V O B'

of Cor/landt street.--NIGHT'" BOAT.-- rut the sl'
Fare b6 cents.-The pIhlie are inf'r e (l 1 a 3tv
hat a bo-at! vl run flon Nei w Yorke to ,hirsev C(it, as a
-igh't bonr, commencing inmdir lately after the lasttrip of
Ite day boats, aid, continuing nntil one lock.
fThe boat will leave New York at the even hour, and ilst
toro;ey Cty at the intervening iallf hour.
.1 ll-l is -1
Ilie whole plot is a perfect le
L-- LOONDOO IN NE OF PAC1rKET 7.'- i on thi 20th in't.-Tlhe palcket shi i M!ON- iisc
I I IEAI,, C. II. Chariplin, master, will slln
.iltki inst. For fi-Piiht or n-pa3sagei nly to the comi niri a
on. board the ship., -. P'.i- street whaif, 6.r o
ji 18 JOIHN GRISWOi1), 70 South st. 'Tlew
-r. FORIT LIVEIIPOiOL -Pi.-k-atoflst J.uly-- 'l'il
The packet ship SOITII
man, will sail as aUi,vr. For fr-eight or passage r
,ii;mly to tile captain on nIoard foot of Beeklmani st. cr to
GOODilJE. & Ct). or ) when tlie o
je 18 C. 1. MARS1IALI, 6c e Soullst. cma

inst.-Thle packet slip UNITED 8-'TA'ES, (alpt. tI.i:
fNt.h.ldrege, will sail as above. For frei,it I 1 6
,,r pasaogc, apply on hoaril, at pi r IS, forotrfMailen lal
r' sl WOOD & TRINBLE,R, Cou
j1 1 .157 Mnaid
I--- INAION Ll LO 0 PA CZ1 ;S.
-' ~h --Fui' London.--The p:.cket sipl) II. ALLE
" ---'.- ing poinrtedlv on 25r i inst. ; lher BcLN.,nr hior
fo cain and st e pssners are vciy cxcl!eupt, fr
whic i app!y at 24 I'earl sFtrer, to r n, o
je 18 DOITri;LAS, ROIlINSO N &CO. ,:X
i-iround in tile village- of Flus
S.--- FOrg. LOINDO --P)iw,'fket of'llte L lu.ly-- renice ta
,: Tle pitnkeil shipl CANADA, Capt. Thouas i
-,.- will still as above, her regular day. For fre-igit or
t., 1 i t C l, ,ietn, wit on Imardi, tiint o P-itine stru ct, s
Si t IN! i I l, MIINITRN & CO. 134 Front st. t
.e i ndin cou
FOF R LI-VE1( 01POOL--T1' h "e shuip Trk I loan
i0n hip Thos lots are iaid ot on ar
S' iMARS, P. Rilper, commander,
-..-. .- complete anid going oin bouai, will he deslpatc,
ct without delay. For passage, hiavting excellernl arccom-
i,'daloiins, at moderate tcmts, apply
DOII IAS I OD BINSOJN & ('0. Tie ttle is
N. B. Ist cuabiri found, 850f, incudio- ing wines; 2dI cabn
ul, folrin in il provisionsped Maps ay he ob
S18 ice ohe Auction
,-. FORT. LIVEIL.PO )L-P--Ptck"t of Slh Ju- cl
i.- l-- I.e packet ship NAPOLE(ON, J. P.-
'..-A ..-.. ., wForill sail a above, er regular
;reightorpai-sanee iapplytohe la(atie otainton board at
,f M.Aitlenlu i, o0 to asill el,, m V er
jh 18 GRiINNEL.I., MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st. Mcr
: FOiV'. I MANILLA, & UAI TO3N.-c-Tile cily if l!ict
S ft sailing ship SIiAS RiCJiAl' )S, (lfinlerrly of ti
-'...l- tile Iiv'urpwool lirne,) w s'ill sail for ihte abit i.o-rts i
a few days. For freight otr I pasie,. having 'ery sirprior
Iccoinrmodations, apply on hiartd at foott o '?'itil rn lane
je 18 134 FronItstreet.
Si aASSAn C E i'R (tl sltreLF AST-- I'e I iiTur ri
S:' suns fishing to e ge for heir reltios, co Te
.- rexions, or fitendsa, can do so in ship (1OI.UM petyre o
lIlA, lelfas', vial,ivorpol. The 'enltaiy;:'ice a flee o h
sage front, Ben'lasth to Liverpoot. Th1 e price h s e.n x
at $15. Dr.ifrs on the (uComiany's APgent, Cl.arles Allen l
lEsp No tOtlt0 h st. or soerei-lns if preferred. Apply to af
ior address 216 Pearl street. mtar sTs
DMpicL-S, 11'MINSON & CO. orty is eqiu &o t Ei-ca
RhO& .and i beintersecteoiLy th a a
Messis. RO:tiNnOON, IhirOTiLI, pool. l
ic 18 os are from
--" PASSAGE fr1eOr LIVEI-POOL.- streets,
a ag sfo uin tlh i lilienr, ::itpa.rts o 'Eng!an Ir- 7
':-- I ai niaothd. cn a d t allt!mtus bei eng ageiad o ii n
Io.I:rdfirs trat' shui;.- !eavi,g A vei e
jit thie moestnouieratet)iris. by app1vintuo -
je 19 ~A'IEL TIlOMPhiON
I.ithlogruphic i aps ma.v b o
-- 'VANTFEI)--A g'lod vessel nof altout 300 t
I -'.) top rosued to l,iberia with emlgrants.
u- E FOR. AHNTW'P'RP-'T' fine coppre
;' P.. and colppr fiasten-di Ship CARAVAN, I-r
--.- ii raster, hlai tile principal part ol her catgo en
a'rgo' al nd will meet with dispatch. For freight or its- i a
s.ege apply to P. 11.LAJI.;tNE, 61 Pearl sl. or oet
ay 18-t I. 11. SCIIMIDT, 11 Water stroadi.
E0 R DIE 2R VIhrooklyn, in the c ntre offi l -
r-. ,- I. 1o. P!L OVA, A II'elIC i. 'lint--ti ne Imt i bl ins
v ,. faIt sallina -coppered brig ,S USAN ELIZABE ETI e
in-. ". E Law!in,. muastcr, anill .-..il 1st J.ly. For freight
or p'"u. ', (havis ing troout ... ... ;. ".- ap rply to
II. v ( .x t 1 'N, i Broadn street. ter willbeli
.i LONI)iON1)EitRXY.--Passags can lie secure
-,- ..1. L:vrpool, and reniitarrces sent hou by
t ships saihiungoneil t It, Sth, huI antim 21tit ofeah
)rafts nn Robinson, Esq. Londonderry--tlie Messr. wi, the 2
Itobinsorn Iro Ihers, bankers, Liverpool. Apply to, or ad-
:lrcss, 230 Pearc street, iate
1OU11 [,AS. OIIINSON & ('O. or tween tIn
je 18 The Lt re lig
FOR SALhE.-The Vinginia built scho
It. I'aU CK1NGAM, 70 tonis burlthen, cariis 500 forlat
"'-.- bushels, copper iaseteeu.l andl in prime order, lies
at Coffe It o use Slip, aptply Io,
je 18 WOOi),TRIMBiLE, 157Iaiden-!ane. _
,iP. SPLENDID DAHLIAS, AT RI.EDU- tainel from th
inn2' CED RA'I i;ES.--The collection of new Dahlias, irnn
JL ported by the snbcril)ers, co!in iss the most
cioiie andl rare that couple eled, o t
colloeclions of Eurole, Finve tliousandare norea
ilelivery in pots. all welle.-lablihed plants, sua
the present season, anil atIle following very low prcs.
A dlcen most nenliful varieti- 1
hwv ibcrtn usually sin at 8$2 eac!i, ,,ni plied for
::' or 50 cents carIt. A dozen other beautiful varieti
3 A ti7zen less rare fol e3.
A magnificent collection of ltlo-er Seedts, colmprisint l
oae hiunrlredl varieties for 114. S;.lendid necw German larl
.laur iced, in twii:ve varieties; sph nmiid (:Iernan stock gil
tl.hwer, in forty varieties; (ernanii liolylhminck, in eight vai
ties; anil cinaaster in eigtliee. varieties. vn
S. .... .. ..... ,1....: ... ,.,i. ._.. ... ..

and delights the crowds who c
This evening his entertainmicn
before seen in this
In the first part of the cnt
among many of Ihis astoni
manner, never b-ifore
Immediately after the second
a; splendid piece of FIREWO
artist to the Garden
The Grand Military Band
choicest selections of Musi
Scotch anil N
The Garden will be br
Mr. ADRIEN has spared nei
render his Exhibitionso'ortlh
table public
Owing to other engagements,
Doors open at 7 o'clock, an
mence at 8 o'cl
Tickets 50 cents, to be had
A has re-opcned with the mu
"Departure of the Isr
The building hlas beert re-pa
the summ s
Two million of men, women
feet of
Description o
The Picture represents the d
lighting on the gigantic Pyrami
ing in slant lines across the
m lichl adorn the prodigious
which are richly imagine
On a r isel terrace in the le
and inlhe gate ofhis Pa'ace
der a super canopy of peac
his court. Phareoah with evi
nation is contemplating tie
which he dared not oppose.
of.an enormous Egyptian status
and Aarondirecting the rout
supposed to have amounted to
womner, and children,) while
ings, fnr an interminable dit,
tinions mass of Israelites, w
with tl,cir Banners, Ensigns,
Tle tops of the Palaces, Towe
ed v.ith Egypti
Adtititarce 25 cenls. Chil

Mr. IIARRiNGTON, the celeh
BIoston, who gave such genera
visit, hlasagain bon engaged-
time, commrnciuilg oni Monday,
IHe will hold a corvorsatio
der ithe ll.-or, and apparently
, an.d ;agiii tie will appear to p
great ilistance-tl;row his voi
room, nr into the body of any
tate the Chick n, Mocking Bir
Amonrrg numerous other wonder
he willcause various objects
t-ec tible, plate and clo:h,am
will lake aln F1 dance a Hor a
make an Egg appear and disa
ney tp:ss along a ribbon fro
.tce wilt introduced the CofferofMa or
illto a invi g bird; dlo wonder
chiefs, money, eggs, cards, cu
a loadrld pistol to be fired at h
fingers ; and will introduce i
which !:Hs astonished n
This Exhibition is conduct
brought by Capt. R. Ianton,
b'ith, froruf tie Bivnr Gabor
19th iim-t. The Uiother was
her breast, v'hic-h required
bhrouglhton board, where gre
it. Its food is ripe fruit, c
The great living ANA:CON
is in fins hea'th, and soi perfe
dled by thie most timid. It w
her's neck in a surpri-ing mann
ing fowl every Monday at 12 o'
It mea-ures 14 feot in lcngth.T
low\-d a seven.quaalrtrs woole
of June
Also, two Boa
tim, among other valuable wor
traits of distinguished Ame
TIhe Collection is ot the high
the Hi-storv o
ly inte
Thle Museum has been great
within a short time. contain
collection of Quadrupeds, Bi
als, Fossils, Shells, Corals,
&c. besides a valuable colle
whicli are the Portraits of 1
nentt arlt
Admittance as usual, 25 c

NY--Office (Baserent Roo C
The Anmerican Fire Insuranc
New York, insure againstlos
ling HIouses, Stores, &c.;
Merchandise ; Chattels, real a
anld Vessels, Good0, Wares,
Rivers, Lakes, and Canalain
the adjoining Statc

Janies Monroe,
Ileni. McVickar,
usephli Ilenrirques,
W. hI. Aspainwall,
J.AMEb MCVciKA, Secretar
A Americnn Institut:e, on T
JS 5. T!ieprosipctrnlus ofa peri
ly ly Gcoiee F. Ilopkins & Son
Ameurican Institute." Resolv
mended tuo ihn patronage of t
and of all those .lwho take an
fractures of oar
je 17 if EDWIN
S and others who wish their
vessel, can be supplied at a
recevin( Coal, by leaving the
W. B.. SKIDMORE'S No. 448 Pe
R. & B.
je 15 Washingl
Spohln's Mine.--The subs
public, that they are receive
wuill h,I alhnost daily I'c.i;'olr5o
the above invaluable i.. I i,.
well testee, and so universal
winter, which will be sol at
omlier GCOOD) -chuylkil. To t
best thanks for tihe unpreced
linem during:he lipast, season
continiiancr of the samn-, the
the plan adopted by thernm tie
success,thatt -i..i ;,I. i rP
thlie coal being delivered in th
es of S le c
4 between Hu e
N. B. Orders through tlihe Po
Cuolidlte & Lain'bert, Station
Peal 1, or at tlvI yard, 402' \V
and L,aight, will be inmnedia
iian'ufsctururs supi
je 15 OWTH
1,4'f111i6, COAkL AkQ Te s
L.4_ hlas imade irr':--.'ine',f
ellohigh Coal of -,: t .-i .j, i
from the mines, and offers it f
d.'eliverecd in any part of lie o
age. Clean uiibrokcn lum
Broken and screened
Nut size free fronPi
The superiority' of the Hlar
naces, cooking and other sto
manufacturing purposes, ove
market, in consequence of it
entire freeness from clinker o
The Sotf ].,hi,'i Coal is not
iguites more a ot..,antl o
may consumers li, parlor gr
Thie Subscriber does not co
nish ait y certificates of ti qu
satisfied fromin the large and
for ir during the past season,
cessary to satisfy con o
N. W.
Sole Agent, of Lehighl Coal
corner of Albany and Was
of Rutgers slip and Cherr
ton, near Beach st.
hias commenced receiving a
ble fiu! wilic is warranted
other .old0 in this city, and
in any part of the city atthe
left with Mr C. 1. VWhite, 40
will receive inim
A. ASIIFIELD,East Brioadw
L IVEIit'()OL C OAL-A ve
j received, for sale iin lot
It. & B. SiKIDMO
corner of Fra
Orders received by William
opposite \Villiam street,
S UPie ha tIt C U 1 I UU
is' Mines.--The subscribe
ply of that snuperi:r Schuylki
wh iclh willbe dliveitd ingo o
Also, tlhe best Liverpool Orrn
the exposure o
Also, Newcastle, IIeal ,aun
Yardti, corner of Greenwich
ington-st. near
may 5
RY USE.--'he rubscrib
ments fHor a large quantity
fromit, the niost choice mines
nounce to their friends and Ih
have taken g-reat pains to sec
adapted to the un" e of the k
at the office No. 157 Broadway
opposite Morris street, will
inay 21
froin the mines of Palmer
si.n ed. havin,-. contracted a


(Store 152 Pearl cor
Leather.-At -10 o'clock, a
Wilson, 47 Ferry street, 3000
articles i
Leather -At 10l o'clock, at
wards & Co. 1SFerry street
sole leather, New York tannry
1000 do do do Fixley do; 2
Hardn-are.--At the< nuc'i
pen, pocket and two bladed kn
huitcnerand shoe knives, knotl
and cupboard dio, wond screw
vvei-hts, cut tacks and brads
!-imlets. Britannia and iron
cloth, shoe, crubbling an
wrenches, brass nails, curr
spoons, Britannia tea and cof
gates, tea trays and waiters
soup ladles, cast butts, compa
cles, hand saws, brass bac
shears, coffee mills, bellows,
snuffers, halter chains, trac
panned lamps files, guns, pi
sels, hammers, pincers, punch
tongs, braces and Ihitts, sadi
ing boxes and brushes shaving
honks, violins, tea caddies, p
hooks,thimbles, boxwood and
cils. razor
(Store No..'6 E P
12 trunks super r
5 cases Clrinese Silk, a
3 cases Gr

Young Man pursuing, or w
study of the law. A reason
lowed him forassistin genrer
write a good hand. Apply I
.ie 17-3t JN
OG LO-ST-On Tuesday ev
o'clock, in going from th
ham's, a black and white New
the name of Tom. Whoever w
last stable in Republican Alley
je 17
W A N TS.-A steady, active
IV Clerk and Salesman in a
Liquor Store, leing two years
ed with many respectable cu
ence good, with adiscenarg
Iron Chest Ptore to 103 Wa
site his firmer store,
S--To such as perfectly und
stant employment
ie 15 02Wi
IRL WANTED.--A white
G yoars of age wanted as Wa
sS man is wanted, to do the wo
er street.
IEMOVAL-TThe rsubscrib
l._ John street to his form
Gold s
utay 29 If
AN T ED-20 Lots situa
(Formerly of Saratoga Snri
city and opened an offi
may 3-t

T4O LET-Two lofts in Store
able for dry goods. Posses
low. Apply on
inmay 20 tf
SO A RIING- Two or three
accontnmsodated with board at
(Cliff st.
lkr ANTED- A good Fenmale
- immediately. Apply at
Wall street,
SOOMS TO LET--Several p
.; ,. with board for Gentlemen
single gentlemen may be obta
P EW No. 50, in the middl
for sale or to l
may 9-tf J. C
"r TANTED.--0 ILols in par
W and located on tle tlie di
Inquire of AT
mnav 11 corner o
po LE'T--ACellar in News
T storage of w
may 9-tl J..
Commission BIonsc, a goo
accounts, may hear of a perma
inm; J: L. & Co. at Post Off
BOARDING.-The. new br
street, willbe openedafter
ception of Boarders, by th
house imay be seenat any time b
board. Roomssmay be had eit
cl. Apply as above,
1TJAN TED-A white Aneric
V to do the wsorkef a sally
ED.--Several good hands wi
ment by applying at No. 127
4UIS It OKAi"t OI'. I
Ship Letter Office, corner
NOTICE-- lre proprietor gi
bers Ihat on and after Monda
played from lhe staff of the
Packet Ships below
An explanatory Key will, b
ches, fo
je 17 2 Lib
SLAiN KI ITS, &c -15 bal
inaw Blankets; 10l do Flus
now landing, a
je 17-iw 1). F ICE,
(-'t RASS Cl.OT'H, S Ri
(" J. S. FOUNTAIN & C (f
havc just received a full asso
cles, viz. Manilla Grass Cl
Under Skirts, for ladies and
by thle yard, piece, dozen, or
retail, iat the lowest possible
ment of French Fancy and E
greatest possible variety of t
articles in New York, many o
any other establishment- to
strangers and others are r.. p
Lane, (lower side) corner \\


Store. No, 74
Refined and other {sugars-
eleven o'clock, in front of th
sugars, 400 do damaged, 100X c
don crushed do; 25 hhds. S
manufacture of the Congres
months o
N. B. Should the weather p
will take place
Points.--400 kegs green
Wine.-10 pipes and 11 half
Coffee -30 bags S
Port au Plait Mahogany.--A
276 legs superior Port au Pl
brig Poc
Wines in Glass.-At of 11
wines in glass, entitled to
after. Catalogues
Goat Skins-At 11 o'clock, 2
Mahogany -At 4 o'clock, on
under the commission ,t W. R.
conrnty, the cargo of the bri
logs St. Domingo mahogany, p
Refined Sugars--12th Sale.-
of their store, 4000 loaves re
crushed, 50 boxes clarified.
o(f the manufacture of the
4 cases nutmegs, about 50
200 kegs
Store 113 W
n7- The only place of the k
for the sale of Drugs, Chimic
Articles. &c. Commission and
ly attended to. Cash will be
left lo
na- All sales of Furniture w
to by auction, and cash ad
applying at the sal
Opium-2 cases
Do.-4 to E
Ca-tor Oil-10 barrels No.
Copal Varnish-20 do Copal-
Squills-10 casks sup
C!oves-15 ba
Burgundy Pitch-20 stand
Irish Moss-15 bale
Cream Tartar- 30 casks c
Gumn Arabic-10 cases Turkk
Do.-2 cases very superi
Corks-30 bales Bottle C
Do-25 dovial do
Oil Rosemary- -0 ca
Do L avender-25 do
Do Thyme--15
Claret Corks-3 bale
Lucifer Matches-100 gross
Vial--- 100 boxes vials, var
Cologne Water-100 b
Flor Sulphur--20 c
Roll Brirmstone-100
Oil Lemon--10 ca
Tartaric Acid-50 cases pow
Pow'd Cream Tartar--15 b]s
Oil Cloves--00 lbs Oil Clo
Sw-eet Oil-600 baskets s
Gurm Myrrh-6 case
Rheuharb-1 ca-c sup
Balsam Tolom-100 c
Together with a general as
WANTED, immediate

Befin e any thing is egrecte
but when it is done, we
was not done b
The Study of Years re
be tanught,by the real Inven
I.ondon, Day and Evening, w
success.--IlI stay in New-Yo
B. therefore intimates to tho
ting improved, to mak
Qui meruit p
Royal Anti-A ngulaI
Adapted to Leiters, Ills, r
ceipts, Engrossings, and the
short to every purpose of L
every person, and of every c
In Twelve Easy Lesson
No matter how INDIFFE
and Teacher o
This System is placed beyon
Extensive practice gives its c
gle trial fully demoiostrates
MeetDaily at 11 o'clock, th
sons a neat. graceful delicate
the only fashionable one of th
with a little variation, t
In Mercantile pursuits, a re t
peditious running bandl, sui
the Counting House and
Persons who know not how to
handsome style of W\Vriti
Mr. B's. pledge extends to al
Separate apartments fur Lad
elastic Spring Pens l
What can tile advertiser add
*." MERCIIANTS and Stranger
finished in two or tl
j'"- Mr. B. isaway5s to be
175 Bioadway, from 9 A M.
Mr. Trcstow it permnilted to
t.emen for the truth
Cornelius WV. Lawrence, Ma
Sautl. Swartwout, C
G. G. & S. Ilowland
Barclay& ILvingston
Cliancellor Kent,
William Bard,
IHon. Campbell P. W
The Rt. Rev. Bishop Onder

a number of shares in the
rida Territory, known as th
are situated the flourishing
, Marks; the title having been
Capitalists are invited to lu i
ton, rice anmd suear
OTICE.-.J B. S., whlo lef
during town near Manches
,posed to have sailed from the
board the shi-i JIohlnn Marshall,
is earnestly requested to retu
wilt find letters from hiis fr
scribers, to whom hie is
je 17 WOOD & TRI
A YOUNG LADY who has fi
liuriope, and lately arrived
to engage herself as teaetner
hours each clay, either in b
families. The most satisfar
mendations as to her connexio
larly in music and paintii g
given. Address A. & B.
je 15-
E in lopression that li
This is therefore :o correct
his i, lends that lie is desire
their patronage, and for the
No 6 'Warren street,
.squares, is recommended t
habit of travelling, as giihn
shorter time for the operating
method It is also sld in rou
gentlemen whlo p
je 17
t"IOIT'S BIBLE-1Th' Bible
C and parallehlism, with philo
notations. By T.W. Colt, D.
j 15 Theological ok
V ELVET CO it .- 10 ba
Velvet C:r.ks; 10 half bales
bales superfine Clar
je 15 LANSIG & N
nmon ; 50 ke.s IDutch
je 15
assorted patterns, entitled
lorw price, bly
je 15-1w
dic and northern states, an
sixth edition, enlarged a
jel7.3t G. & C. CARVI
pints and quarts; 200do P
do do, Pale Ale, do do; in goo
to suit pur
je 15 corn
V YK.UPS--lemon, Raspnerry,
Ginger and plain Syrups, of
je 15
C OFFEE.-300 bagsprime
C and for

134 Fron

CES.--A few cases of tiom
and fancy Cotton hosiery, wi
nmar-Iled llose,and an assortm
Also, Pantaloon Stripes, an
Cotton Reps,
je 15-lw
C LAIET-(In casks) of di
choice Wine, received pe
deaux, lo


(Office Nos. 15 and 16

Da- All sales of property by
cery will be made in the suc
our advertisoments, and all o
m>erical succession,

1. Sale of Lots in the town o
-Thirty-one valuable lots in
easterly side, and between te
go river and the lake. These
Munroe, Pearson, Jackson, an
pid increase of this plbce in
last three years, connected
in securing the trade of the G
bic for a safe and lucrative i
pntable. Lithographic maps m
of the auctioneers several
2. The two story frame hou
years lease from the 1st May,
142 Rarrow t. on the northern
lease is derived from the co
at. the annual ground rent of
3. The house and lease of th
northwesterly corner of P
house is built for the accomm
ing separate ent ancecs from
is one ofRutgers,attheannua
rents fir $525 per anti. $200
2. Sernff's Sale.-12 o'clo
change, all the right, title an
sor of,. in and to all that ce
house, and lot or piece of gr
in the S1l; ward of the clty of
the subljoinig mirap by being
westerly and westerly by Ott
the said Map in yellow color
of the said Alley,nortleoasterl
st., and distance 117 ft.,2 ins
southeasterly by a line paral
distance 70 feet northwest
breadth in front and rear 26
side, 32 feet 10 ins excepti
nor, reserved for the same Al
of passage in,through and ou
with others having such ri
clearing and paying of a jus
the expenses of regulating an
and of the taxes and ass
Also, all that certain lot, pi
the buildings and improveme
with the appurtenances, situat
ward in the city of New York,
tain piece of ground, known a
mnap, made of part of the est
Lespenard, deceased, as lot No
of ground and premises int
is bounded and conveyed as f
in front on Chapel-street, 17f
rear on ground now or lately
17 fbot 3 inches ; southwest
said map, 60 feet, and north
ground, now or late belonging
gether with the privilege of
leading from the said lot, h
intoLespenard street, in c
Also. all that certain lot ofla
building thereon, known as No
in the 5th ward in the city of
lot which was conveyed unto
cent(Cropper an
Also, allthat certain let, pi
buildings thereon erected, s
5ih ward of the city of Ne
Chapel street, and distingui
being coloured pink, beginning
Chapel street. at a point dist
erty from Lispenard street,
of til said Benjamin B. Pie
westerly along Chapel st. 21 ft
originally conveyed to Geo. S
,asterly along the last mention
to the division line between
made by Clias. Loss, by Nos. 1
early along the first mentioned
said map, thence northwesterl
which comprises the aforesa
Itenj. B. Pierson, 100 ft. more
Also, all that tractor parcel
ifter particularly described, s
township of New York, in the
bulted and hounded as follow
the ilth ward of the city o
gaining as follows ; beginning
at. at a point distant. 268 ft. f
I, thence running southerly
ft ; thence easterly and paral
northerly and parallel to Ave
side of Sixtih st.; thence we a
af Sixth st 25 ft to the place of
front anti 70 deep ; together w
of the parties of the first par
At 12 o'clock at the Mercha
Sale-In Chancery-Under the
Esq. Special Guardian, all tho
northeasterly corner of the
known and distinguished on a
Benj L. Benson, made by I. F
bearing late Septemnber 182
in the office of Register of
York, as lots Nos.495, 496, 4
504 and ,505, between the 3d
lCf9h and 110th sts. together
streets which said lots coll
said map as parcel number 7
map of the 3d avenue tract,
Penson and Dr. Van Arsdale-
ditaments and appurtenance
furrierinformatin apply to
Law, No. 18
2. Three lots on Ihe north
tween the 6th a
3. Four lots, two being on th
two on the southerly side of
9th av
4. 640 acres of land, lot N
Clhiton county, State of New
tilbered, and situate about
and about six miles from th
5. Valuable and Peremp.ery
12th Ward of the city of New
geously situated on avenue A
and 103d, 104th, 105th
This property, for the beaut
rmerous advantages, is not s
It is situate immediately op
has an extensive water front
whole plot is a perfect level
above the river sufficient to
is now upon the premises a l
buildings, which
The whole will be sold in l
date different cla
The whole property will be
Title indisputable, and w
'rernms -10 per cent to be p
day of sale ; 29 per cent on
ti!n deeds will be delivered
money may roenaln on bond a
1, 2 or 3 years, at the
,ilintgrapaic maps may be
aluction'rp's, No. 15 a
For further particulars en
Craiham, counsellors
12 o'clock, at tlie
1. Under the direction o( D
(Chancery, all that certain d
patrccl ol ground situate, lyin
Wa rd of the ci!y of New Yor
by lombardy street, ea-te
Benjamin Pell, westerly by g
tlhe es a'e of I-aac Clason
ground now or late delonain
deceased, containing in width

feet. and in length on each s
-inine more or less, being th
Joseplh I'arks by Thomas Ade
shipmias-ter. and Adah his wif
the ixtcenth day of Janiua
eight hundred a
2. Valuable Building Lots
of Ground in the Village of
Lawrence procprty, situate ne
and ext ending from Main str
tion of these lots, having a
tihe back grmond so elevated
ina country, wiih a view of
and extending to thie shores
pect seldom
3. Utica City ,Lots-100 valua
situate in the most pleasant a
the Hill contiguous to Genes
from ti lie Erie Canal, present
nnd commanding views in the
passed oy none, and known
lIts front onr G .nesee, Hop
and Clark sts. and
Theimprovr-ments in the imm
perty are of the best charact
nal improvements nw in prog
ca, the Utica and Schenectad
quiehannah Rail Road and Chc
advantages it possesses as
cial city,pites;nts an opportu
investment. The property i
anti Chenango Canal, and will
and rusoluelian
The lots are from 40 to 50 f
1'20 fect
Title indisputable. Seventh
chase money car, remain on b
years, at 6 per
Lithogiaphic maps inay be ob
auctioneers, several d
4. 250 Sections in the Vill
of land situate on tIle Flat
leading to Jamaica, four mile
the centre ofthe lourishing v
mediate vicinity of Erasmus H
porated- institutions in the s
Lithographic maps may he o
15 and tI6 Merchants Exchlan

12 o'clock, at the M
1. 420 Lots in the city of B
tory Sale, to close a Trust-42v
Eighth Ward ol the city of Br
perly of the late AdiOance Va
comrmencementof the Gowan
mile from the South Perry,
gen's property, Smithr street
avenue ; and as near the Me
as 19th street
This property is situated on
50 feet above the river, gradual
of 100 feet in tile rear ; thu
portion of it, a beautiful
York, the river, tay, islands,
that this property is unsurpa
The South Ferry has now be
ofthe( Co nuion Ce
The numerous great and ra

and 5-8 Merinos ; 20 bales
10 cases worsted Hose ; 20( do
20 cto Cloths, black anti asso
20 do lambs' wool hal' li
Naples, black and colored,
ing ; 2C, do Two Blue:u ; 50 do
ous fancy styl
je 17 ,E &
B UFi'Ai O CLO irtiS-Just
of Buffilo Cloths, of vario
feared by the piece or yarlat
ie 17 .
the above mentioned arti
sale low by th
je 17 .1. A.
SI.ane, will open this day, o
dark Chally Prints, of hands
fast colors,
,. received a small invoie o
Scgar Cases. These article
Indians, and, as specimenon s o
led in any other part of the
presents to se
II. C. HART, Baza
je 17
for s
je 17
SEGAiK S-50,000 Havana Se
:4 which the attention of con
by R. 11. ATWE LL
.je 17
tent, just receive
je 17
gIRE BIJICK-5,000 Stou
sa s
and common K. Y. and
je 17
FMTRINOS-A full assortm
for s
je 13 Iw
rr'IO ''E11; CITY DEAL
1L large assortment bleach
from 6 4 to 12 by 14
je 13 VAN EPS &
fATINETS.-10 cases Raven
SS sale by
je 13 20 Excihange
letter T, ant 6.4 Si
J. P. NES' &
je 13 20 Exchang Plac
Cadet zitixt Cloths; 3 do hdo
heavy steel do
je 13 STEELE, WO



The Upper Canada Line of St
Montreal every day except Su
and arrive in Prescott the f
tion of Saturday's Stage, whi
bath at Cornwall, as follows
Montreal t Lachine, by land
Lachine to Cascades, by st
Cascades to Ctcaea de Lac,
Coteau de Lac to Cornwal
Village, by steamboat ..
C)rnwall to Dickenson's Lal
Dickenson's Landing to Pres
Lnave Prescott every moirn
o'clock, and arrive in M
Mnntreal, June, 1833.
qnT lp TO KP
fl j LAKE-.-- -T h s
'r W" STATES, CaptaiAs
Bnffalo fur Latke Michigan,
July next, at 9 o',lock, A. M
in., p .rtgonuthe Upper Lak
Grandl River, -t. Josophis, Mi
atthe ns:il por
The Ulited States i375 to
com'nidaiions, and is not
on the
F,,rfreightor passage, app
J. R. DrRR &
Bnffalo, JInie 10.185.
S.. Sieainboar WILL1
Q -*g f (the only boat tha
Hamilton)-propelled by a l
horse power-has cotnomened
continue so to run until the
thor not
Will leave Prescott for Nia
after the arrival of the Mont
touchinugat Bcockille and G
stone on Sunday Mornings-Co
clay Eveaings-City of Toro
ton, Monday afternoon; and

PINE ORt lARIl. -lThe sub
toga Sprinas, begs to ifori l
general, that lie hab taken
(Pine O
Thei above wcll known faslhi
fir the recept on of visiiers
The house has k.eei newly fit
nient arr-ng- mlent made for
ers Thle subseyibci platters
experience he halshad in the
conduct l he lotel in such a
passed by ai.y other e.stabli
tlbe table attention ol the ser
pet snial Ilevtion to tile coo
lnakin sEuch alteration and
thiisone of tho moust delightful
any other county.
"N. B.--Mesrs. B
SCO. have establish
W N splendid Post oac
Ifroiil theIM.)(um1tain H.,use,
tures of flie New Yo, k and
boats. Extras furnished at

The s bseriher having m
tionsand imp ovenenir in i
the lessee of it andl ie O
(lntly announce to the publ
which those hotels afford a e
establishment in America.
inerous and of the besi lrsc
their attention to the comfo
favor the Pavilion viih their
ber trusts that he las area
all who have visited the Pavil
volved upon him, the charact
fatigable landlord. IIe hrs
care as to their quaily, an
as will insure a constant su
the country cnn afford. Ilav
rooms, he will he enabled to
ing to dine at the ordinary,
they may think p
No trouble nor expense wil
sont season to establish a ec
himn the patronape oft
may l4-3in
Broadway, between liber
York.-The slubseriber reapct
and the public, that he hlasta
n:ent of this establishment
thorosghl cleansing, white\v.as
turnishedwith new and elega
now opened for the r
The loC.ation of thi st-aciou
from it. prioxiinity to ie
Olfice, Exchange, arndl pl
Rituated on the Ino.il pnbi c a
ofthe mos: eligible i- thle c
nine elantly flrniii sh? d par
w ith bet .-roolos adiljoi n.in s
families, ant a iarge lIar-re(
roeiriof suhi:entcapacity fo
A table ,1'Hote, or table excl
t!em-n with their families,
Broaadway, arranged expi
Th" subsciiber feels great
ranements, tile experieurc,
!hIn!d. he will be t ubile t r en
and desirable place of reside
forte traveller, and tor t
mar S-tf &
Tile above estab ishpnt. ,i
Broad st.ree!,anolt'pCiten lge
is nownpn lifor the rec'pl
thor-og!ily i'epaihed a!,l t
,,til muclh improved Tlhc
grateful acknow!edgenents, s
public patronage tlhe establiE
Sati atoga Springs, May 12
HIS *lFa Balloith Eslabli.
SsPHSd)S '. I l lt r nol w hoi
with othliir iltl vni nts ,
dobiile lhonunbhei of tih roh
onlrarincp oi the new tliildlinr
hIois, Tihe vcr niiUlnerousa
h- last season, whiich cotlln
doced tile proprietor to nmare
it mny be well to add, Ihat thi
to New York, begin, hbuil nine mi
mands one of the lost beauty
lflan'l. ages in read
je 6.lo Wil

CIIlANTS.-In consequllnce
ty of Medicines which are
every description and trade, u
or Original tlygeian,"it ha
change this terim, and subst
Ralph's Universal D2cmestic
Every genuine package ofwli
on the outer cover, in thle fo
Graduate of the Universit
the Royal College of Snrg
Midwifery and the Diseases
&o ;--and Author of the l;,:
In addition also, and in or
faction on his subject, t
stamps and certificates, rela
mittedto te exaroination of
at there General Office,38 (Cuur
Agent, or any indiv
Merchants and lose who su
meant of ihcir own plantation
plied on very li
'The General Office,
N. B.-Several Agents \\ atll
tern Districts
fully apprised D)r. Ilorne bei
profession in the city of Lon
berof said Faculty of Physic
last twenty-eight in tihe cit
froln hein' general, he conf
BRANCHII of Medicine which e
tion, viz :-Lues, Venerla, S
tiasis, Copra, and all disea
Blood. His well knowninltcgr
scrutiny. IHisexperience is
tonishliin,. Te cautions theu
of MERCUiRY-thtousandsarea
of life. lavery lany thousand
care,of all gradcsand every
speedily restored his patients
tution. The decided prefer
monstrates the confidence rep
which distinguishes his pra
emphatically observes-" Ma
bout to be, minarried, should be
affections: what a dreadful
terity." See that your case i
Persons afflicted with prot
need notdespair of a complete
Ilorue. Recentaffections, w
cury, extinguished ina few
removed by an
Thoqe persons who may have
pect latent poison, are invia
ITORNE at hisestablishment,N
Greenwich"treot. A residence
New.Yorkeity, has radically
racter for ,terliihg honor, ar
iLv and skill. Dr. Iorne offer
antee. Offices are provided
Attendance daily, untilhalfpa
Persons ata distance, by wri
a fee, sha'!have reme
Noletterswillbetaken unle
must be h
N B. Foes will tbe accomm
MENT.--I'ai,.shave been ta
very good. It may be hlad,
corner of Maiket a
,* Theabove Ointuent is ot
and certain rcn-edy tor those
which have so long b;Ai ;1td
1st. White swellings
2d. Sore legs, and ul
3&. Scnirrus, or glandular
hardened tumours in women's
leriinate in ul
4Ji. Felons, or what suoe
Catarrlis, of ev
5th. Rhlie uiatic p
6h. ripiainsiand bruises of
t cr par
7!.. Tellere ol alil kinds. I
in applying the >-intaent,
81ti. Chilblains,or pa
10 '1111
The following comliunicaiCaLi
tor of Judkin's i)lntment, fr
nemcuer of Corgress, is igh
toiins n lt ler in .ihicli it is m
dinary character tl,\%aris suf
tainly well deserving
H us/ii-igton,
Sir.--It has te( u iny wish l
coinlminutdice to you lhe goo
the Onlillns+ lit invcintci b a
understand is made andsold
self. I have applied this oit
years, to every blecies i.f t
ure tou produceactme in eveiy
umost dEcided and efficient re
be lie cause what it may,and
fbr vwouundsot any description
that the cure of a tunour cal
over by the inosi distinguish
which they have decided woul
fatal to the patient, was, under
ed by thle use of Judkin's Oi
fine heautb ; his limb.'ilct.cd
redLtoa perfect st te of sound
aged man\vhich had teen
dreadfully ulceraledI sni face
which, for enore than two ye
able, was effecltuall) ciiretd-
Ointment I mention thet-e
nly ilminlwiate notice and ni
dence of the efficacy of thi
of ulcers. I have experience
of ihis remedy in the cure o
of fre.-h wound. Itseenms t
serve on the operation of tt is
to its beneficial effect. I ca
recommend there use of
I am, Sir, ver
To Mr. Charles Herstons, Pro
near Frederickt
N. B. This ointment, which i
tion for frost,bites, burns,
swelled breasts, is put Up i
well corked and sealed, with
Theproprietor wishesit to b
preserve itsvirtues, persons
as to keep the air from dest
auent receives them in any ot
ed and
Be lore leaving Boonsbor,l
cle in which you app+,ai belore
reed llersions' Judkins' P. S
Ilerslons,near Frederick, Md.
cureson pel sons wii bhmni I
residence in Balhiiioep,it '.ia
iineaffiictet with lils.
for sonn, years winh this dis
tatingly applied your Ointmen
tifitl that can say
J. A.
Counting Rt cn.,
From Rcv. le
I have known Mr. C. Hersto
,iudkin's Ointnlonil for sever
in Maryland, and the Ointmnen
in much repute. It blas bee
family while living in Mary
in this city with success.
Metliodlst Book R
New York, May
To prevent hnpotition, C.
hand-writing willappear on
paid) directed to him, Freder

Will leave Niatara lur Pre
noon, at4 o'clock-City or T
ing! at 10 o'cleck-Cobourg
eivenings. Kinsg.ton on Thul
Ganao6que and Brockville, and
Passengers leaving Niagarao
City of Torntto on Wednesda
IV. will arrive in Montreal
through the Thousand I
All freight payable on deliv
gage atthe risk pf the owne
the Purser
For freight or passafe, apple
at the Post Off
Prescott, May, 1835.
SThe elegant steurmb
pulled by two power
gincs,) Captain folna
Ontario andl the St. Lawr
Leaves Ogdensburg.
Kingston, (U. C.)
Sackett's Harb
Toronto,(U. C.) early
Lewiston in time to enable p
and return by th
Leaves Lewiston, on
Sackett's Harbor,
'I Kingston. (U. C.) Wedn
at Ogdensburgh the same cv
Creek, Morristnwn, Ale
Travellers intending to visi
falo, or the different places o
will find the most pleasant, ch
taking the steamboats
Passengers leaving Lewiston
ning, will arrive at Montreal
the most intei ostingpart of
Packet Boats and Stages lea
for Osweg.

Summ"- Arn
aw-. or I
passengers will leave
Paterson at J
6j o'clock, A. M. by Steam
10 team
a P.M. Horses
51 .. Steam
6 Ii rses
Paterson at
61 o'clock, A. M. by Steam
31 P. M. Horsesa |
5" Steam |
Ticket Office in Paler.un,
streets, opposite
Ticket Oflice in New York
Passengers with Tickets,will
Fare from Jersey
Transportation Cats will alo
As the Ferry-boats do not
the above times, it is recom
cure their tickets and to be
fore the stated ho
.uiSVV Jlk.5LK9 ih CA II.

Summer Ar

On and after the ]5th Junn,
New York and N, wark will l
Leave Nw vYork,
(fooi Courtland street)
At 5j o'clock, A. MI.
7 o'clock, "
8 o'clock, "
1') o'clock,
111 o'clock, "
1 o'clock, P.M.
2 o'clock, "
4 o'clock, "
i. o'clock, "
7 o'clock, "
In consequence ofa Nig'/ht
the Jersey Ci'y Ferry, a Ni
and Newark as
I..at 9o I it
Leave New York
Leave Newark at
P'ass:.,iwers for Newark shou
aindl ztieet live minutes ibef
pirociirc their tickets at the
Ferry. Fare en tile Rail Ro
'SAnA'I'Oc- R
April, until farther
iment fortr.vellingou
Catrriages fot Ballstlon Spa a
the depot of tile Mohawk a
at. Alban
At9 o'clock, A.M.
C.,rriaes wiillleavc Sarato
nectLdy and A
At 9t o'clock, A. M.
The aame coaches and bargg
loti roads, and tliereby prev
N. B. A line of stages for
starts daily from Saratoga S
Rail Roadi
Plasgelacrs bound for the no
train at
The gtaes iromn Whitehall
lately after the arrival of th
sellers for the south and west
Solienectady and Albany, vial
stages at Sar

g G ^-JI

SKepICt by F. H. DEWAY.-T
tnrtisville, Herkslhire couty
,astof rlIdson, ten miles so
iile's fronm Ibanon .l prin.
year. is handsomrlely furnish
i.-ntion p idl t the colinlorta
hoaird froun $1to $4 per week:
village, Sluacited half a muil
ieaii'ifuill "ti(Het of \wat.r, %k h
*.xce!:'n, fih-iinh A fin" bai k
,,din cotmbinaion with the
frest from the Lake. Thiisis
ful payt of Berkshire county,
heautifd! scRnej y. No place
,or city borders during tlie
CuHrTISVTLIe1. June 5. 8"5
S(iiilforil, CG nn.-The pri'p
well kiinown warteriu place,
public, ttibt a spacious and
gently erected on the pelmil
Tli : pace is justly cilebra

the alundancp o` sea food in
pendenLly of luxuries vilh
bar is supplied \\i hi the cl
side the warm anil c(ld Baths
bathing, to which ladies resort
There are annsK monis of vario
tus and pleasure boats for the
The steamba, which plies
which, t,,uches atthe lantin
and tHartford day boats will la
and stazeswill he in reading
Pnfgers inmcediatelv on the
York In shi it, ihis place
and is so easy of access, tha
i 7 r and th.,.I1,
no exertions will be spared on
to those who may favor
Sachem's Head, 1st Jne

That splendid country sea
Land adjoining lle house o
mile above Ilyie Park landing
high,withl wines, ha it bathi
joining prilng carrle-I into
by a furnace, and is replete
stables and out-houses,in mos
tion and view from tih- froutof
byanyon the Hudson Rivet;
stop at the landing. The dis
three miles) and the Eociet
mnost desirable location. P,
For further particular a
may21-lwt2aw3w JAME
YORK, ss.-In Chancery-
tal order of this Court, will b
Merchants Exchange, In h
twenty third ti!;iy of June, in
clock at noon. and 3 o'clock
direction of the subscriber,
All thoas certain Lots, pieces
lying and being in the 'Iwell
of New York, and known and
Map of the Lands of Benjami
Bridges, City Surveyor,and hea
and which minap is nowon file i
CityandCountyof New Yor, t
497, 492, 499.50. 501,502,50
Thi,d andFourth Avenues, a
streets, together witli I he r
which said Iotscollecctiv(.y a
as parcel rYnlnber 77, a;tI s
thiriavetiiie tract, fnrmnerl
and Dr. Van A rsdtJle- tog- he
and appurtenances theliirreunto
18'5. EIIHU wt
N. B. Th3 above prendses ar
cornerof t'e lilt avenue an
Avenue. F-or further iior:nat
18 Beekncan sreet.
1 Thle sibsca'ibeis offer f
village of Flushil;n, adjoini
Prince on the South, overly
village, surrounding country
down tothewatel on the wes
east to the main road!,lea(dn
the vicinity of tha Eniscopal
No lets ever offered for -ale
with them in point of situation
nlurnmer retreats fr euntlem
N w York, biting 10'> fc0t f'ro
Tlae advant es of F;ushii!g.
,ion with the city, &e. &c. &

cor!ds, comzbs, a-thmas, &
valuable Medicine kept consta
the Drug Store 65 Fulton store
the Pro
To all whom i
The undesigned Physicians
cacy of Dr. Jonawhan Moore's
our duty to patronize the media
if geiderally used, it w
ble Duncnan.
Sanm. Stern
Wm. T :w .
Jonathan der
C. W. Chandl
A. Hlolland
Nathan Ston
Prpescott Ha,01
Charles Blake. Keene.

'This efficacious Mudicin hap
sing cures ot this distressing n
has baffllod the skill of some
cian-, is cornposed of such in
pursue his avocations with

ine PateitScoich Ointmen
Dr. Church, is the only med
one application, anti is warra
mercury. nnd may be usedwit
infant ofthe most delica
only at CHURCII'S Dispensar
Sst of ost f tne dru
Caution.-Purchaset sIare r
against ililations, as there i
asScotchltchOiiitimeni, with
mention and forcing a sale u

i {^ RgE WiC Ilt IN~ltrRANC So YTH*sSTB U ZtWl DTIOTir
S At AanElEcIioll Ihldat the Offioe of the Company, No. j -Wherea*t a libel hatb
i 376 Hludson strcet,on the first day of Juin, iniauln, tile fol- Court of tile United St
!t, wing persons were duly elected DheCters fui thire ensu- District of New York, oil the
ing year: by Benjamin inuslow,junior,aga te barkVe
I Timothy Whittemore, Robert Halliday, her tackle, &ce.
Abralamn Van rest, John Deiaiater, Statm that thlie libellant on or about
Isaac L. Varian, Clion G ert, other, in tle year 1832i at o--hke,-, '
Samluel \\%litteuic, Jacob Brunsh, New York, ltle Soa3thern District o ,'
* NathanielJarvis, John R. Satterlee, request of Cottlandi Norton, Master of
* Joseph W. Beadel, \VnI.C. Rhinelandcr, Velmont,of Pouugekeepsle, then ly
John Westlervelt, ri I. George Suckley, fort-said, shipped as first mate on boa
I Wm.F. Ilaveriteyr, Samiuel Kip, jr. form a whaling voyage to the South S
SWitn. I. Morris, Anltlhony A .Jacobus, risdliclion ofthis Court, and r wli
SAslher Martin, Edwin L West be entilledl to receivethe one twentyehth
SAnd at a subsequent meeting of the loard, Timothy obtained or taken on said voya
r Whittllemore, Esq. was unanimously elected President of And further stating that the
said Coupany. v-y,,ge as such first male of said bark worship,
L And at the same meeting thie following resolution was things faithfully did his du
f unanimous y passed: New Yo k aforesaid, to tloutheas
d Resolved, 'IThat the thanks of tl~is Board be tendered to in said ship for a period of
.Chiarl s Oakley,oti our late President, for the able, faith- that whilst said slip was a
fill, aind success ul manner in which lie hasdlschargdc the Seas, thile said mater of sai
dutle. of that 0nficn n, je 4 tf hercrc w,and I;fl.j1. I fll, -i,. f, ,i v 2 hi .
t. W- YOItK K i0-HE i.INtUK ANC(Aa ; CO1- sidlslip orh: iii. ii- iin.i. -.i u i
SPANY--Office No. 192 Chathamsquare-This Compa- lant as suIh first officer, and te l
ly %it ii "i 1,. .1, nll loss or damage by fire, on every reaction of the previous wnaste
species ..i I'.. I -"' I rflpc ty,on terms as favorable and se- there, by his direction
curtly as atnple a.- any other office in this city. Those of the American Consul Ithere
Sw,shiny to obtain Ihsurance, are rebpectluly invited to had boor
mniake arpheation. Callao, and said Atmerican Consul by r
DIRECTORSl. thorily fromnsdd previous easier. paced Charl
Pere/ Jones, Jllll G. Cosier, in charge ofsaiht ship as .master, and ha
Jlames W. Dominick, JereniahClark,: crew fori-,said ship,and tIaken oln boar
William I. Fal,s, Caleb Bartlelt, dered said slhpi ome, where she arriv
IRich'dJ. Hulchinson Puter Neefs fifteenth dlay of Febiuary last, tile lla
G, orge Lovett, Vealter R. jones, on boardofiter as suchofficer,andsad'sh
Johlu Anderson, Isaac K. .Jaup, herthe oil takeaon heraforesaidvoyagw
Cornelius Vanderbilt, Joiln Satupson, also the freight earned from Calao ai
S.,iiuelAkerly, Zebedee R:ng, was received by Doctor Trivelt,and other
Eli Benedict, W\ilian. N. Ch,adwick, sident at Poughlkeepsie, aforesaid, who h
Tholmas I. Mills, Jeremiah Vap.derblt, posed of said oil, and received as we
)Oliver II. Jones, Ellhraim I). Brown, as the aforesaid freight money,
Lewis Seymour, Samuel G. Wheeler. And fIr;ler slating, thal aid voya
PEREZ JONES, President. the libe!lant was discharged from s-id shif w
A. M. MERCHANT, Secretary. may 1-tf ppid for his interest, share or proportion o
p asafaresaidobtaincdorany part thereof except that thl,
rlllE GUAILDLAN INSUHANCE C1OMPA- libellanl las been pid at tlhe rate of I
SNY, Otiice No. 51 Wad stieeLt-Insures against lost month on said voyage f om Calla
ordamage by Fire, dweliingho-ses,wale housesatndbuild- inntfo
ings in general. Goods. wares and. me chardise, hnuse- And further stating, that t
hold furniture, atd every descriptioii o personal property. fronl said ship, tier masrt
Also, ships In port and their cargoes, on as favorable terms eighth part 0o all te.o oil by he
astheothe'r offices in this city. nre.which consi.,ted of four ndre an
LDIR EC'7OR,.. and upwards, and of which the libeilant's share as
EORGE.JOTINATON as ire canascertain tile same, amounts to fr h
ROiWERT LtiNOX. and] fifty four dlollarsa uld forty cen!s--nat n
ROBLERT MAITLAND, unsold. ,.nd also extra compensation forhis sv
101IN .IOIINi T')N, the capacity of inaster i.f .,aid ship over andbo
JAMEISCAMPBELL, ty as first mate .'n liher voyage fioni Porter's
JOtN -A. CAV', lao afioresaid during a period of about forty ay
DAVID S. KENNEDY, the value of certain bedding and certain oher nec
JOHIN K RrTBONE, ,h)r. articles left in the posses-ioll of said Captain Nor
ARIDNEU G IIOWLn AND, landed at Porter's Ilsland aforesaid this rerl
;IIARIE MARCftI. being necessary for hiscotnfortand cure, hein
WIi.LIAM COlGAT'E, dcd in the ship's service. tied
TOWELLi L. WILLIAMS, Ani( further starting, tlat said shlip has been
TFlOMAS IIAIRRnON, another whaling voyage, and has come don fr
GEOLGE .tOIIN.TON, Prcsident. keepsieaforesaid, to the h
JOSEPII GREENILEAF, Secretary. may either cleared or isibout to clear front
S 8tCi1 ANT8' VLtIE INiSUItANCE7 CO111- of tie Potof New-York, and ihe lihella
1 PANY. Oilice, No. 53Wallstreel, New.York.- Ca- that unless Adumiralty roccss isu
i,tta haly a 11filliot of Db'oars.--Irncorporated by an act out delay, that said ship will
o f the Legislatnre of tihe tate of New York for the pur. ing said dLinandoft libll
pose of Insoring lIousesandothex Buildings, Ships in port And further st;:ting, that their
and their carigoOS, MerceianSdise, andt otherPersonal Pro. friol said ship for ihe causes
perty. fromnlossor dainge by Fire. hiundrd d dollars or some o'her S
DIRCTO'ras. And further stating,lhe libellant ot be
lonathan Lawrence, Thomas Lawrence, Iicularly to specify tile true amount
FrancisHt. Nicoll. James Boyd,Jr. bpen rendered to hin of the pr ecineaiioi
HenryKneeland, Wiliam W. Fox, of said oil, and no amount being fixe f
Thomas Hloodgood, George Barclay, ces of the libellaou,or the value ofsaid n
Joihn A. Stevens, Michael Burnham, ed the Captain.
Robert Chesehrough, .leromus.lolnson, And fur:lur stating, that said Cai
JamesStronf, A]gustusuW. lHupeden, drad, and That the shipping articles s
JacobP Giraud, Willam Whitlock, Jr. cotmmencement ofsaitl voyage, came ho
PeterA.Jav, Henry K. Bogert, wer,. as he'cl d
DavidM Prall, Anthliony Rossieie, Andfiirlher stating, that said ;hip is
O. Mauran, DaniclLow, and thelibellant an American citizen.
EphlraimIHolbraok, MusesTaylor. And further stating, tliat he hae h frequ
Oliver Corwin. from tie apcni an:! own rsof said sliip,i set
T. JON.T 1AN LAWRENCE, President. -aid demanus al I payment of the balance
mar 13 NATIIkNIEIL V. .TRC)NG. secretary. hut that they 1-n c tneglected and ref
0wh T" said req tle.he
EW YOIZ.K S-. lTK .IAKI)fNE INSUR- To the eod, tor, lih,,thrlae t lhrlan o
ANCE (O()MIPlNY, rifi eNo. 60 al.stroet.-Atthe inthep renills.-, he pr rys proce
annual election held (n tile 25th in t. (I.c following gentle- s.idsliip or bark, catll..d
men were clected Directors for the ensuing year: hIertack,-, apparel ;nrif funr:;t
J ,hn C. D-lprat, Char.es Sagory, ofAdmiraly C
Henry 'Cotieal, Aaron R, Th'impson, genera! adrl in special
Josepli, Cernochan, Edward Stainer, si. whosee irst ame
T'l'r !as .'iuff rn, A. Le Barbier, owrer:ofs;l sipiad ar
Conrad \V Faber, 'Thno C. Dorcmus, Ie ,,r they may on his or ltir
Charles C Waldpn. loer answer m
At. subsqlluent tt/eetini of 'lit Board, Jolln C. D.-)pra;
was ima'iiiinusly re-electcd Pre-iden!t, and Charles C. kel, apparel and firn
Waldni,. Vice Presideiint. [ y t(le said waea arind clai: o the
Mav 26th, 185. mIav P6rf ", *iv hive such further relief in the preis
AMII![,RICA FIt 1 SINlSUKANOK 4 C(-If"A- Way '-eu net.
A y% ofU ile city o New York -A serni-ainnul Ilividler.' N''
ofl three and one half per centon the capital stock ,.f .aId -.a r'c"li t :l d Court, to
C>nl>1aany lasbeen this daiy declared, andwillbe paid to '1e,'t.h ..c pnbllic notice to
,the sticzholdeoi son ard after the 10th inlst Iark Vei'nlout, her ack
Sil June. 1835. .iAMEAiF McVttc'KAR. ,Serctary. therein, rlhat they be, ,
be holein i, and for ilthesaid Southern Dist
DIVIDE1ND.---THE nNANHA'rTAN FIREla INSV.RANCE York, at the city of NewYo
(COMPANY lIas declared a semi-annuial dividend of fiur nex
per cent. Ipayablle at their office, No 26 Wall strpot, on the shall be a da o
lOthinstant, until whirhddythetransfr'-bok will eoloed. jurisdiction thereafter) then
By nrler of the Board, T. BULljt Secretary. claims and for the came, and to ma
jP 52w that behalf. Dated New-York. Jne 13. 183 t
i1 Office No 33 Wall street, New York'.-Thc under- U. arhal
signed respertfullygives notice to tlhe ut0Iiicof hii d eter. WESTERN, Proc'or fo
nination to devute his nndivideld attention to tlhe businms
of his proees.-.i.n, and any coinniIInds which nsay be pre. QOUTHEK tN DISTRICT
snied will receive ilnmpdliato and particular attention Iss.-Wbereas i
du-inr tile usual hours ofbnsinpss Court of thoUitdSt
Orders for Insurance fromt other placeswill be executed
w;lh punctualitv and exactness at those offices which en- 1835, by William M. Price,
ioy higll reputations lor their liberality in se!tliug all fair half the United SCat, a
and ;ust claims, without regard to the strict technicalities five half boxes, and fifteen
of thle law andin accordance wil. the customs and usages Alleging,. propounlineg, and decl
of New York. wont, Cllector of the Cust for the District
Particular attention will be given to thile adjnitnentof of' New Yurk, heretofor
Particnlarand Gneral AverageClaimnsforeLo,ses,whether Mav, in le year of our
insured in thi, city or elsewhere, and thirty five, at ti
Documents in French, Spanish, German, or the Italian
lanzii"ges. ,ranslat'dwith correctness and despatch into ble from the seaby vesselsofte
English, or vice vfrsa. ed as forfeited to the use of the said nit
Doubtful and Uihsettled Claims for tLosses or Return the said goods,wares and m
Premiiums will. (on request) be made a subject of enquiry ship or vessel commonly called
with mruenofgreat experience, now vizaged in the busi- thle p)ropertyf some person
1- or- ,.1- 1nira t, i -d r,,-l, i- h torneyu nknovl. to i
ory and practice of the law. BENJAMIN BALCH. That the aforementioned and describe
Refer10loamnel IG Pcrkins.Esq.,Presi-l and merchandise, are ofthe growl, no
d nt ofthe Snffiolk Insurance Company, I lure of dome foreign country or n
ZebedeeColok, Jr. Esq., and >Boston.! unknown, and were heretofore to wit
Joseph Balch. Esq. PresidenlMerchants' i day of May, and in the year last
Insurance Company. J ported from a forein port or place in the
Hon. Jeremia. Nelson. Newbryport. to the port of New York,
Richard Aisop, Esq Philadelphia York, aforesaid, and
Henry I)angerfield, E-'q Alexandria, D. C. chandise were
Messrs. G.).dhue & Co. Now York. ted States, on i
Edward h. Russel, Esq. I'residrnt Con.'l That the paid goods, war, s a
Coin. Ins Co. I polted or brought into Ilic United Ptates
Samnlil \elitnore,Esq.,V. Pres. do do | vessel, which vessel didl atth
Jo-iah L. IIale, Esq. Pres. At!antic Ins. I part, to a citizen or citizens,
Company. } New Yoik. the United Stales, front a forei
WalterR Jones, Esq Vice Pres. dod god,ls, wares and mer
Jerem'h P. 'appan, Esq. Prcs.U. Ins.Co l bed in any manifest of
John C. Delprat, Esq. Pres.State Marine I wilich goods
Company. ) ap 15 consigned, to tihe mast
seli;n which they were brought or imported.
MIORRIS CANAJ; AND BAKIyZING CO. That by reason ofall anl singu
Jersey City. May 8th, 1335.--Notice is ilerby given to and by'oe of
the suhscribers to the Inci eased Capital Stock of ded the
risCanal and Banking Company, being One Million Dol- m
lars, created by an Act of the Le :islature of New-Jersey, said United States. And thata'l
passed lglh January,1835, tnat a furthr inselment of 25 aforesaid are and were true
per rent.or 25dollari per share is reqr!ired to be paid at dee proof being made, the
the Banklng-honse in Jersey City, on or before the 221 day process and nlmoition of the sa
of May inst. Ani further instalnent, o25 percent, or25 be nlade, and that all perso
dollars on each share, at ihe same placo, on or before the mentioned and descrilledod
6tlh day of June next. And a further and last insla!mr'nt of may he cited in general and
20 per cent. or'2Odollarsper share it the sam". place on or and all due proceedings h
beforethe O0th day of Jhne nxt. BV older of the Board wares ant o srtuhandtee mayufo
of Directors. ROBERT GILCIIRIST, Cashier. others apparing, be condelnned by the
catty 9-tie'20 and decree of the ,:iid Court a
^COrIII IT IAI An OF l n OlO ATl' Unitedt pitaies, according to the form o
SPORTMOUTH. OHIO --Nnticeii! her, giv ^en lhAt said United States. in suclb case
v/ P(n~nie-UTIi. mI>I>OT-IotCe is nei~ly piven, Iliat Now, thecrefo
Baoksar,; ot, rre at the Msrctares Back, is tl-eeiity o scalof hf sid N
Newv York, {orlr v thrafater of s arcs in the capital stock hereby give p
nf the t~nln oriri~r ,1r tq

S............ .......... ... goods wares,and i.rr l
je 3 ht J. BUTIT AINNA.N, Cashier. ed therein, thatthey be alappar bef
]HE N IX BA LK.--Notice is hereby given, thalit the 1o be hIolden at thle Cy HIall, o
annual election for forrtepn Directors will be held the first Tuesday in July iex,
on Tuesday, 7th day ef.hJly next, at tle banking house in Isdiction, if not, on
Wall sti eet. The pollwill be opened at 11 o'clock, A. M., the
anwl io ;x By order of the Board. Dated New York, June 13, 1S3
je3-tJy7 J. I)ELAFIELDP Cashier. W'M. COVENT) Y H. WAD
U.S.Marshal. gents, and others con
vidcndtl-A Dividend of 31 per cent. on the capital has ie 15 l

f 1835 -- Packet BIl:oat wil!
Ulica, lc0 he.serani Hu.l"o,
aiod half p
Tie cars leaving Albany at
ones rnninlg
By this arrangetrnM
may 2
: [ CE N'I'S-S- But
CI2 *(andt after Wednesday,
boat NWAIRK,Captain Tate
ind New Y
Leave Centre VWharf. Newa
fiotof Barclay street, New Y
Al! frpihIt altd bwaaag a

Steamhoats IHOB
4 -S will!eave tle fot o
'[oboken 3; lry 20 minutes
mndthe PAIRY (1UEEN will l
it the comnmencemcnt of ev
ry i ntermetliate half-h
N. B. On Sundavs tl;ere
S UA M o: 1L A R
FOR 1835-for thre,
Albany and four fr
TwoTelegra|)h Coaches will
salt-past 10,A. M (by way o
arrive at. Rochester in 14 ho
Buffalo in
Pilot Cnach wid leave Alba
arrive at Rochester in 56 he
in 72
Eclipse Coach limited to ei,
,lay-light only, will leave Urit
v. or immediately on the ar
Boats from Scheneclady. sleep
von and R.,ehpster the 2d nig
I.ewiston th
Extra Coaches with regular
it Albany, Scheneceady, Utic
Canandaigua, Rochester and
All Tica.ma, D -eag:,., &c. &
Utica. May 28.1835.

^ !jAICE I ON.A 1'
willrun as Ibfollnws un
The Great Britain
Going Up--Leaves Prescott
ville, do. do; Kingston, Wed
nin ; Cobourg, Thursday t
Toronto, Friday morning, an
Coming dolwn.-Leaves Niag
ronto, do. evening; Port lHo
do. do; Oswego, Sunday even
ing'; Brockville, do. inoon, a
The United States,
Going Up.--leaves Ozdensb
Kingston, ~unday, 7, A. M ;
M; Oswego, Sunday, 10, P.
M ; Toronto, do. 9 in thie eve
on I1uesday m
Coming .Down.-Leav" Lew
Rochester, Wednesday, 8,
afternoon ; Sacket's Harbor,
ston, Thursday, 7 in the mo
burgh in th
From 1st June to 1st Septem
connexion, perform three tri
Niagara'id from Ogdensburg
day, (excluding Sun
The Great
Going Up.-Leaves Preacot
ville, do. do ; Kingston, We
6 evening; Toronto, Thursd
Niagara, Thu
Coining Down.-Leaves Nia
evening; and arrives at
Going Up.-Leaves Oswego
Toronto, Saturday, 12 noon,
Guming Down.--Leaves Niag
wegM, Monday,7 in the mormi
M;Brockville, do. evening,
same e
The Unite
Coming down-- Leaves Lew
chester, WVednesday mot ning
ket's tlarbor, do. 12atnight;
andarrives at Ogdensb
Going Up.-Laves Ogden
Kingston, Friday morning ; S
and arrives at Osw
Cnminig down.-Leave t Oswe
kerfs Harbor, Fridlay, 11i, P.
M.nlld arrives at Ogorn-,
Going Up.- Leaves O),,pnsd u
Kinizstor. Sunday in ringn; S
Oswego, Sunday evening ;
Toronto, Monday evening, a
Andafter tie first of Sept
will resume their trips as f
Cj*' Thu seam-paekel C
t1asterr, leaves Toro
at 7 o'clock i
Leaves Niagara daily for Tor
ternnon. Accommodations f
Cattle. No luggage taken in
and paid for.-
may 15-C&S
~LAIP -k I) RP
L meients for 1835.--a
IIope, Cobourg, U.C
The TRANSIT Steam Packet,
ter and Managing Owner, plie
Leaves Hamilton, Sundays
touches at Oakville; leaves
days. at 10 A. M.; lea esPor
Friday at 4 and 5 A. M.; ar
Leaves Riches!er, Tnuesdays
leaves Port IHope and Coh
days; at.4 and 6 A. M.; lea
Sunday, at 7 A. M.; touches
Hamilton, Thursdays an
No luggage or parcels taken i
regularly booked and paid fo
Agents for the above Steum
Iltoo ; A. MeDonaldt,Toronto
E. Perryv Esq.Cobourg; a
ap 2

J^G> Western N
-- 1

At FOR SALE-A Country
forlhe residence ofa gen,
east bank ofthe Iludson R
,he Ilighlandturnpke, within a
New York ; containing about
land; a substantial Dwelli
d-lring the past year, forty-f
high,'with Iii h basement, w
bunlt; in basement are a kitc
spacious cellars, perlec ly fro
dious apartments ; in first s
wil.th cornice a:d lamp circle
\lso, many oun buildings, wa
rarriagc house, wagon hoi-e
barn, .sheds, &c. Also, a gr
excellent fruit, various kind
the winter or for making cide
pears, peaches, apricots, pl
raspberries; a fine growth o
ses ; on which, asthey extend
,oonvenient points for taking
,hesteamboats pass within a
about a mile front the house
complete state of repair, an
fence, and only a sh.,rt dista
moit delightful viliaaes along
of choice flowers, shrubs, a
the place, ifwante.4; region o
are also many valuable spri
the land, Rnd which are dry
one of which rivuletsth re are
of machiiiery, and tiee land
dams. Any person wishing t
disposed to view them, is hr.
will be sold whenevertlhe off
selision viven on the first ,-l
tab'e. Price, twelve thonFan
rel.in oin hbod and mortgage
tCird-i of ttie purchase nmioe
third minay remain on bond an
Re.'erences to William 1,. S
Yew York Commercial Adve
!la Esq., Surperiutendant
-- .ti- -- i-i -L -R -
';:' SE' r-TREET.-The su
s.ale, three valuable lot
rn. comntencing 75 feet from
fe,-toin Vesev street, Nos. 37,
lircctly opposite thase three
erected. The depth of two of
on ono side and 81 feet. 6 in
lotis 60feet 4 inchtison eas
contemplated improvrmenls of
hilirch and the completion o
liuilding, addto tIP vine of
possession will be given on Ls
title. For partic
may 9 .IOi ,
i STORIE *10 LE'.-- lo
]er of No. 3 Merchant str
just finished in the most
stl,_ for the jobbing busine



hbcn declared, payable to the
Ist Jn:
The transfer books will becl
Ihe Ist July next.
je 1
fers for sale one half of
urnt in the town of Livingsto
known as the GlenceoCoiton F
tuatfeid 7i miles south-east I
Tarnpike. The strcean on w
best in the country fur manu
waysan abundance of water (
and is not liable to be. raise








he rheumatism, conghs, co
i!,hly rzconmmended b) many
ryland. The operation of th
beina entirely a Vwgetable co
cto,;:not hesitate to warrant
for which it i
J. wkvLLER-Fr
We, the undersigned, take g
to the public, that Mr. J. Well
certaincure for it-and that
afflicted with it, and were
Nathan Eyler, Jacob Cover,
larty, Elizabetlh Coons, T. F
I hereby certify, that I have
J. Weller's Me.licine for tl
evcral cases that came un
carn afely recommend it to t
remedies I am acquair.ted wi
any case where the disea
Jos. W. BI
Craceliam, Au
For sale wholesa
H ALE'S ELIXIR lor the
The proprietor of this prep
bas strong confidence in offi
adoring under this distressing
ease as a remedy outrivalinu
ant, for thle peinianient(
It hasforthe last four yea
Eurnope and has becn signally
of painfnland protracted ca
sisiedt customary appro
Tile proprietor's assurance
strengtheied and confirmed
estinonial3 and certificates
who have been restored to hea
estinnony of several physi
practice-one of which is
Dear Sir--Your favor of the
opinion of your remedy for
piaastnyc of receiving some d
a, engagements have prevent
an earlier period From th
know of no delt-terious effe
on the contrary, believe itto
sition for the object it is d
iaily in the habit of prescri
erence to Kcnine, Piperine
lies of
I am, sir, yours
To the Rev.
The above is for sale at the
je 15 W

W. I. MABBS offers for s
and Bleaclhingl Hard Water S
ticies to the public tie sub
successful alt. ulps hliat ha
Soap that would wash quite a
any ohlier soaps would in sof
grease oil, tar, &c. from li
turated the articles may be.
experiments succeeded in ac
extentol'his wishes: ne now c
public, certain that a single
prerudicedofthe utility and
salt \vater frlrt alongside,
ter. The hard water soap will
ing bleaching effects on lace,
& its vaiioiis pre-eininent qua
viz. a saving of labor, wear
ihe quantity of soap general
grease, &c. in halfthe time
recommending itsell'to the p
ble to general
Copys of Testimonials of i
Captains,and -ithers ca
Sold by WM. JACKSON, sole
474 Pearl-street, near Chat
orders are to be ad
Orders frnmn strangers in
a cash remittance, or an or
will be attended to.

in Chancery, No 4 Wall-stre
in the line of his profession
professional business ariin
of the South American Stale%
Cuba and Porto Rico. Ile m
Law, and will draw up Deeds
John Anthon, Esq., L.
Rev. Felix Varela, Ba
Francis Stoullhton, Esq.,
Spanish Consul, Jam
mar !l-t

grant&s.-T'en thousand Wo
quired upon the Line of Ca
Cornwall, Upper Canada, to
t0_ The cheapest and most
Canal, is per ti.n-boatto
to Oswego, an,',; f-fom Oswego
The cost oftran port from N
line will no
I.awrence C,,nal, May,
SSTPoCKING.-Notice ish
sons halingd.l demands again
the city of Iluds,,n, that the
sent zineir several demands t
ofCurlis & Spraguc, in Ilud
th." first pulbli;tlion ofthis
scriber may distribute the f
sons as may have so present
,he same, agreeable to the t
cuted by the said Siocking, fo
Hudson. Mav26tb, 1835.
LN --Tin aplartments at pr
Schools E'iached to St Luke
and elegant accommodations
pils will be let after t
The Female Schools (to whi
trance in IHudson st.) conti
Misses PHIEIPS, who after th
samne on thei
To a gentleolan ofstitaUle
tablish a school ol a superior
ness of these buildings, a
neighborhood offer
mar 25-tf of t

39Z-AMA jagle Line. 3mzwr. Wllinam sLreet, and turectly netweeo the storesof Messrs .f
Lakes Erie, Huron St. Clair and Micdsigan. F. & P. Brette and James ennison.
Steamboat DANIEL WEBSTER, To a good tenant, the rent will be low. Possession may LE
SANDUSKY, be had immediately. App.l to ,7cdnnesdx y- Ustnles J
GOV. MlARCY, J.P. NESMITH & CO. sedofat private sa.e, at 19ollock, A. .
"9 OHIO, jeI10 opposite, the premises for salp, by at MlY aethe
Brig ILLINOIS, "1 TO LET-Two new two story Houses In Second town of Hm t
INDIANA, street, between ihe Bowery and Second Avenue Lo
QUEEN CIIhARLOTTE, Chicago Packets. A The hoiirs are finishedin the best modern style, Town Lotnu
SehrST. LOUIS, | ,'ith mahogany lidin a,4 d roo doors, plated Ifurnitutre on's srvy o e t
GLOBE-, late glasp in front, 5 marble rehieney pieces and grates in e and very adva
Schooner NITED STATE, eachhouse, and are he I)Et houses of the dimension.- Scbell'sb
CINCINNATI, iow erecled io this city. Said houses are now ready for utn.
NANCY DOUSIMAN. cnipation. The keys nmov be find at Mr Waddell's b
HR H. TREAT, Shenectady je 6if l9 Maiden an. "
Hoanrt COti-Ns. Albany, ate survey() tit L9 of
Hoass, Dows&Co. 15Southstreet, r iO LE'--The tlree ory brick hoe No 53 tsNo
HIA C 6 andteet New York, GreenWich street very plea.-anlly situated, fiowina0
JOHI O RANoc'O Cl7veland, s tO Vandam street. The house has iu.,t been put in
HOL, LISTER & CO. Sandusky 0. wing, paper by w
Joeo RL^ T^snuC sky'C? ^" Il "**"ori~ hv whilewashmn., pain~in, papcn^r ^ l
BRiwsTBR a, SMART & Cb. Detroit, (with a fine deep lot,)to a good ieant will bele
I. H. C soo, Kalamazoo, M.T. ply to 4Veey street.
jo~~~1 .III I, IMERER ', I I 9
WILL~kMTBALL, Michigan CIE Is jo I JI r
CALVIN BRITAIN, St. Josephs, M. T. FO AL --2 hnesand
The Eagle Line" hicao Packets are the lrgs, and sreet, a Lo
best lessels on the western Lakes, fitted and furnished M 2 Housesand Lotsn21st street, n:1.os o
with a view to accommodate passengers enmtgrating to llli. dAfferent avenuesof the c
7r &^ 8 t, 19 do a
nois, Indiana, and Michizaianad will stow from 1500 to 2500 j 13 corner nf
barrels bulk of freight each. One of the above vessels -Pgiven iTtpedit .
wvfileave thiscity every ten days, from the opening of na- LofrsN,,s 1 4
vigation until the 15ith October next. Passengers naan ia prem iseLfs "7R, 1 9n 3d
Freight will be takenat reasonable rates, for Chicago, Mi. tnay l
chlgA City, St. Joseph's and Kalamazoo. Vessels will be 8UP B FLOW S- he uh-cib
ent to Mackinaw, Green Bay, or Sault St. larie, if requi- tehg y and by to offer bis customers some choC
ent aI iule Lalkl I la id Seed, and in uornee*one cr 36 ore
Sred. Application by letter or in person will iieot with Duble Ial k-putedr-, and in or er t
promptattention. be convinced tlat the frt queut advertisprimnts of choice
it PRATT, TAYLOR & CO. l.arkspir, choice oIollyhock, Sweet'WilliP.ni, &c. are n
Bu talo, April4. Long Wharf, foot of State street, ottup solely to sell the psed, bur as much for tilie b
ap 20 of nis respected patrons--they are invited to rall at the 19, in th, secoidconeesi,
stor, 67 L',bertiy street,and examine a few specimensof the contain five acres, and are co
CAMDENAND A IBOY RAIL Double. lrcket Larkspur, front which thie seed is to be sa litv. anl siata w
ROAJD LINIE FOIR PHILA- yed-will be r,,ady lor salein September, atwhich time it Terms !f
SDELPIlA-Daily(Snndays excepted), should lide sown-but directions,&c will be riven at hlie I b