New-York American
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Title: New-York American
Uniform Title: New-York American (New York, N.Y. 1821)
Alternate title: New York American
Physical Description: v. : ; 52 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: May 11, 1829
Publication Date: 1821-1845
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Edition: Daily ed..
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
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 Related Items
Related Items: New-York American, for the country
Related Items: New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by: American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
Succeeded by: Morning courier and New-York enquirer

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(Tosafton the leth ofeve moth.)

Encouraged by the atronese which these packets havehith-
erto enjoyed, and with the view ofcreatig new lacilitiesin
the intereurse between New York and London, thcpre-
prietors of these ships now intend to despatch one eftheim
from New York on the 18th and from London on the 1oth 01
every month throughout the year, vi : s .
Shii HDSONt C.H.Champlnmaster, tosail 16thMal.
NSip.ROBER' EDWARDS,Sherburne,master,tc sail 10th
Ship CAMBRIA, A. H.Griswold, master, tosail 16th July.
Ship HELEN, N. Cobb,master,to sail loth August.
Theseshipsare all ofthe first class, about t400 tons burthen,
cop -red and copper fastened, and tre commanded by men
welf acquainted in toe trade, and will be elegantly and pro-
fasclhfturaishedfor the accommodation of passengers-Beds
Beddiaf. Wines, aind the most ample Stores, being supplied
S by theewhers.- For freight or passage, apply to either of
thecommansders,onboard theJshis orto
No. 69 South street, corner' Pinest.
N. B.-Tle Shipsef this Line pre intended hereafter to
touch at ertsmiouth each way;(insteadofCowes.) forthe pr-
poseofiandipirand receiving passenger. Steam-boats run
constantlyfIheomtat-placeto e Continent, and to different
parts fKnland.. .'a

Ship CkOLUMBIA,; J. S. Delano, master, to sail 1st June.
Ship -, tosail 1st Jlly.
Ship CO tINH IAN, D.Chadwick, master ,to sail ist Aug .
bbhp BRIGHTON, W. E. Sebor, master. to sail IstSeptem.
With a view of ofering'to the public greater facilities iif the
intercourse between New.York.and London, the subscribers
have established the above idhips sat Liaeof Packets, to sail
from New-Yoik onthe 1st, and Idon on the 25th of each
iaionth in the year. They are ships of the first class, about
400 ton bl)urthen,co per fastened and coppered, commanded
by men experiencedin the trade, and no expense is and will
be spared inb making their accommodations convenient and,
comfortable for passengers. Beds, Bedding, Wines, and
Stores, of the frslt quality, are fornished.-For freight, or pas-
sage, apply to te masters onboard.at Pine-street wharf, or to
N FISH GRINNELL & CO. 136 Front-street."
N. B.-The ships of the aboveLine are intendedte touch
at Portsnouth each way fbr the purpose oflanding orreceiving.
passengers. Steamboats run constantly from thatplace to
the Continent.and'todifferentparts pf England. m2

The .Sib'hibbri hah e established the following .ships as a
Line o "Pickets between this port and Livertpol,'to leave
this port on' the &th, and Liierpool on the 2 th 6t each
monthh in the year:-- '
Ship GEORGE CANNING, Allyn, matter, to sa I .une 8th
Ship NAPOLEON, Smith, master,,tosail July it_,. I
Ship SILAS RICHARDS, Holdredge,master, to sail Auig..8.
Soip YORK, Nashde Cost, miaster,to sail September athi
'These ships a-re about,50 toins each, built of the best
materials, copper fastened and coppered, commanded by
men experiencedin this trade and no.expense will be spa-
red in making their accommodations convenient and com-
fortable for passengers- Beds, Bedding, Wines andStores
of the first quality, are furnished. For freight or passage,
apply to the captains oa board -or to
m9 .SI FISH. GRIiNNELL & CO. 136 Front street.

An arrangement having been made for the organization of'
the Packets to aavre,-in 'tri-monthly departures,the ships oLu
these Lines wil.in conformity sailfrom hence and fro inHa-
Svrein the following'rotstion:- .
Ship BA YARD. capt.-B. Butran, will sail from New-York
I on loth May, and-from. Havre on 1st Jlly. .
Ship CHARLEMAGNE, capt; H. Rbmianr will sail from
New ..-ilkon Ist.lune.and from HavreoiP '20tibAly.
SShip 'CH AHI.E CARROLL, capt Jas Chlk, will i from
omi i..-orl0 1 hi h iiJine. and Irom H a-.re on li Aegust.
SShip F HAN.'-L. cair Fur.%k. il sail frrtuNi aNev'-Irk
or st Jult, .nid i Ilrvre nr 1 nrh Auerui.
SLIap EDVAhl 0 U1 .NEL. capt. l- HBlkins. wil4 sail
S" Irom New-Vor oh 20th July,asud rrom Havre on the lot-
INew 'hip capL. Jamnes Finu wi'ilad ftrom Ncow
e ark. 1n"Auiuti.andfr"om Hs're 'lth September.
Ship ED% ..F.U BONNAFFE.capt. Haitha.way.wallstiflrom
N -* oLrk on 20th Aug. anid roin H.tre (.clobt r Hit.
These are allveysels ofthe first class, and ably commanded.
T,ieir.accommedations for passengers comprise all that can
be required fer comfort and convenience. The price for a
passage in the cabin is fixedat $140-forWhichbeds,beddmg,
S ,wines, and ainele stores, are furnished. l .,
f Goods enteto the Agents iNewYork wil be forwarded
S free 6f 91 orange; and other thar thb expenses that may be actu-
1 ally paid-upon, them.-"-or freight orpassage,apply to
a27 CRASSOUS &-B1YD. Agents.

HESubribe view to facilitate a regularinter
HEurse bhviean tfs port and the Mediterranean, have
established a Line of Packetsto Gibraltar, to sailpunctually
eton the fsrday of very ionthffom eah peot' The vessels
Share al frat clas, coppered, and fast saiiog; ably command-
Ad, and with spacious f'ranished acconmioedations for passen-
gser.. The price ofpassage is fired at $100;. or which ample
wine and stories, of a choice descrijlikn, ill be provided --
These vessels are regularly nimbee-d, arnd :ne will be coh-
tinuaiy on the birth or freight, and her name. Biumir, and
S i ctain, announcedinthedailyp pera. o'-th. nodisappoiimi-
meat can occur. '
Apply dij board.i frontofrthe -bierh.bers. orto
i iri2tf DAVIS &: BROOK'.-.2 iouthstreet.
FOR SALE (aL-;otr centii.Iois.
'rfh StIam No ,.r SANDuiSKt,
i -,4 1 new lying at Ithe ForfLT owi no H-
S Lbert-.iriet.N Ri s uhenbuilt hr
i g pe.bole r and low-pressureengide. Heirat ommoda is
; int n in otinmic ordsi,, c 0Y re-
tir.l Sine.giusre et.eier.' Ia.ing three a rins', ,bin
) length, 25 feet 9 inches beam, and 8 feet) Incies hold. Her
i anventuryis very full. and ia wellfurnished in every respect.
T ieteims wir bemiudeeasyi Applyat Ne. 204.Dpantc-st.
r nn t pSB'oEAtM. BOAT. FORa SAIE.nu t .r
W rTIHE coppered d opp street-fa
SWI F2 A AG tened Steam-boat FULTON, now
SY e running between New-York and
Providence, is offered for sale.-,
This Boat is 327 ton burthen; has
a copper.boiler and low-pressure engine. Her acconmmoda-h
[ions obr.paseages are extensive, having three cabins, abn-
dantly furnished, with seventy births, and is a first-rateea
boat. A father descriptioen is denied unna essary, ageny
Sperso desirous of .t purchasing can have an opportunity to
p ie thebeon oat. Forfurtherparticulir term w ch
iiin e BB6.I t R ; rhLu AM & CO.
1 wcorner of lt l South treett.

wilters Owt line Yo Rung hrsne w alst d

i h trke n m; orrs teown cSlinertsanyt Ptlain,
NewlptonrlfoCvi J, Cornoer, Dusel afd &c ontrose twoO-R
we Ot-,at WegErunintersecting the line running daily
Bhrei 'Ngh oituOvideand, Geieaid, Also-a line canning
three tiia a w.e to,,Tiosa Point, wownt Bt Olean
Point,&-'. Ai 6ntroae;it intersects aline running to Phila-

NewtonJalerunning three ees a week to Philadelphia,
\ Tia. Eastin- t
I or Seats inrthisiLi, npp.y at James inney. No. 71,eor
1WalimFillkh n sr, Wes"ern Hoteol, No. Courtlan.tit street,
New York orto *'p Roy, J ersey City.
4 -c MILLAeR HORTON, P r-prietlorwSg.
JanuaryTat.t82t 5. Lu l

Pck-al;ie leave On. andafter Monday, the 24th
FifSTf :RTEARI. CiLS;t. wnll lethet Duryea's n hotel,
cholsaleS dretai; Jama..ca. t 1 hicJlpsat 7 o'clock e-
>w ibesenttqanyptt^':th Veitry fltirg ibueayns exce.t-

Snok.'1 hcli:iS p'EA3o'clier kin hctiiLb'rsof.an.end' atooklt8,at
14 r-. F-rcnti n t. th e flo in kkhr'c srel CoeaS. Dowplmg's
i "fr.ca e0ngers. o

S' El satssry pehistockheeoro b esoanLiquois, lifNo.

i ; -0 T I OS.T & W. F. CARY.

. O THE LADIES.-Miss ST. MARTIN has received by
last arrivals from France. elegant Artificial Flowers of an en-
tirely new style-suited to the present season, which she will
Bell at the lowest nosaible.prices. '
:e wMerchants and Milintrs supplied at the lowest rates,
by the box or dozen. with French or American Flowers. a4
SOR every description of Emornidery have been received,
and are now for sale. by MISS ST. MARTIN, 359 Broad-
way. Also, elegant Artificial Flowers, &c. a28

O w No. 12 Jo.1 8ST5EEI,
-R ECEIVES now, at the above place, from Paris, by
each packet ship, a much larger assortment than formerly, of
the richest, newest and most fashionable Millipery.Dresses
and Fancy Articles; for the exhibition and salebof which, she
has specially appropriated a large room.
A private Dresitig Room is also reserved. ,
Madame Bailleul continues, as heretofore, tn supesinthnd
the making of all articlesconnecte'l with Ladies' Dress.
T he casesreceivedby theCharlemagne, will be opened on
Thursday,30th April.
lr" 'Ladies from the South will now find'at Mad'me B's
establishment a still more extensive and complete assortment
thnp the last summer. a29 ,
J9 UST rec'd'from Paris, and, for saleTat BOURNES', 3s
Broadway, elegant Oatrich Feither Dusters, with mother of,
Pearl handles, fbr dusting silks orvelvet or ether finerrticlea.
'l'hy willbe found highly usefulduring the present ,and ap-
proachisigseason. Being imported ,by the advertiser they
are sold ata moderate advance on first cost. me,
359 Broadway, a few Drawming Boxes, recently rec'd
from Paris, -containing a variety of eopieh. cold and uncol'd
of flowers and landscapes, with fine water colors, brushes
and pallet, together with astandto contain the copies while
painting. The wholeput up .in the neatest ,nd most tasty
manner. ,

A HANDSOME supply of Ever-Pointed Pencils, of new
-anid elegant patterns just received from the manufactory.
They are offered to the public at very reduced prices.
Also-Jewelry,Silver and Plated Ware in general, and sil-
ver and brass Door Plates and Knockers, which will-be en-
graved to order in the best manner.
EVERDELL, Engraver.
alS 2t No. 49 Fulton street. 5th Store above Pearl.
OBERT LOVETT, Stone Seal Engraver, 297 Broad-
way, will engrave Seals on stone or metals, at a short notice,
and in a superior style. Specimens of work may be seen in
several hundred impressionserom seals executed by him.
_Coats oftArms. Emblematic Suhiects, Initials,&c. engraved
en stone. Notarial. Consular,-and other Office Seals, engra-
,ved on Steel, Silver orBrass. --
Books ofHeraldrk.-forthe inspection of customers, contain-
ing the armorial bearings ofnear ,10,000 names.
VisitingCards,.&c..engravedandprinted. ml
.JI.OURNE 359 Broadway. offera__foralse :
Work-Boat... oruanmened n imenimnt tashioniMerne.tasty
manner. Alo. a vai.er oi' sEmiI Ia.incy Trunks, entirely
new style iperior Iearl Paper Knives,at about-haif the
-prices usually charged for them elsewhere-together with
many other articles ust received. a27
KJIANCY INK STANDS-A few very elegat Fancy 'Ink
'_' stands 'are for sale at BOURNES', '5' Broadway,
where may be obtained all the new and popular songs, and
pieces, recently published.i,, m8

297 Broadway. ml
GI"OLD and silver patent Lever. and plain Watches.-Gold
Chains, Seals, Keys and Jeivelry of every description, for
sale at reasonable prices, by ROBERT LOVETT.
a24 2c Seal Engraver, 297 Broadway.
OR sale at EVERDELL'S Establishment, 49 Fulten at.
5th store above Pearl tree,
Silver Door Plates ef vaious patterns
Do. Number Plate" ':do.
Brass Door PlatesandKno1kers 8 .
Do. Numiber.Plates ofnew ityle .
The abovewill beengravedetoorferin huBuisal] style and
at short notice. EVERDELL, Engraver. ir A

HE pmliedi is4 olnViieicallnt No. 1ilFul-
,ton street, (onedoorfrom Broadway ) he ,ffce of 0. & ..
sey City, and examine a new description of Ornamental
'Stoneware, which has been approved of by those who have
seen and used it.' Families can here be supplied at, mode-
rate prices with several useful and durable articles for domes-
Stic titrposes, suci as figured stone pitchers of all sizes, which
wil keep water cool in summer, or stand the fire to boil it
without injury'; jars with covers mugs ,tubs, flower pots. &c.
Vessels of an.ydesired shape made to order at short notice.
A great variety ofextraoized stone pitchers, with bold fig-
ures. having lustre suIenro to thdimported stoneware, and
made in the sirotigest ianneor fot the use of stores, taverns,
ships, steamboats,&c. is now ready for inspection and sale.
SShippers, and wholesale and retail dealers in.the city and
country, promptly supplied on liberal terms, by application to
the 58Fultogentn-str. J. rtdoorro BAroadwa.L
nm27, 158 Fulton-streot first doorfrom Brdadwav.

M ARSEILLES QUILTS, for sale-cheap, b, .
LE. a30 CSM1TH & CO. No, 9 Malen-tane.
"OLAfIDGINGHAMS.-- cases eftheabove articlejust re-
ceived and foraleby
"m30 C SMITH & CO. 9 Milden-Lane.
of superior quality, for sale cheaplby C. SMITH & CO.
8 No,9 Maiden Lane.
N SMITH & CO. No. 9 Maiden-Lane, offer for sale a
b*S general assortment of.CLOTHS bad CASSIMERES
of the best quality, and the most fashionable colors.
Marseilles and Valencia Vestings
White and striped Satin Jeans
Yellow Nankeens of the best qualify. ... 0
L'FAMILIES, &c. who may be 'in want of any description
Sof Linen Goods. such as. a4-4 Grass-Bleached' Irish Li-
nens, 5-4 Irish Sheetings, 0-4 to 13-4 Table jiapers, Danask
Table Clbtha and Napkns, fall sizes, 6-4 superitl~ F ish
Sheetings, fiae white and brown Russia Shetingsj.Rus I Di-
apers, Huckabuck Towels,Birdseye Diapers,Long .Lawns
and Linen Cambrics, will find it advintageus to call at
BUTT'S Irish Linen Store. No., ,, Maiden-Lane, where thqy"
may rely uponbeing supplied with goodand cheap good. .

ORENZO DURiHAM ha ,,rmi*d .hii. ar d
Glove Store to lNo. 177 Broadway, n'ear Cpurtlldtstreet,
where he will keep an' extniiniveai'tmentof Stoauw.,
Gloves, Stocksand Suspenders of theisme gii odled sr vce- '
able descriptions as he formerly kept at.l13'Broadway. -Him
stock of. Hosiery and Glovesis wel assorted. .and benog im-
ported expressly for family use, isfarsuperior to.any% at pres-
ent in the city. m2tf
T O THE LADIES.-At STEWART'S Establishment,
T 02 Broadway, Ladie will find the usual extensive as-
sortment of new style handsome goods, for spring and sum-
mer walking Dresses; amongst which are some of the most
fashionable articles that are now worn ;in Paris, viz: A new
style Oriental Muslin, not, to be found elsewhere;. very rich
Foulard Muslin, eastern patterns'; Foulard Prints, of light
and dark colersM highly lustred Gros des Indes Silk; superi-
or blue-black Marcelines; plain Palmyrenes, in new colors.
Poplin Gauze, a new article. Also, elegant white, black and
green Blonde Gauze Veils; Blonde Gauze of every color, for
milliners; embroidered Crape Shawls;, do. real Thibet do.
which, with the greatest variety ofthe most superior French
worked Muslin Goods in this market, are offered for sale,
wholesail and retail. at the most reaionmble prices. m7
Cambric Ginghams, Extra fine 6-4 Cambric Muslins,
414-4 Marseilles' Quilts,'&c. Just opened; and fr sale low, at
wholesale or retail GEORGE. A. BUTT'S
Snyl : Na. 2 Maiden lane;, near-Broadway,
iD AMASK DIAPERS & NAPKINS-Just received and
for sale at JOHN STRANG* & COJ DryGoods and'
Carpet Store 434 Pearl-stqeet, 6.7,78. .and,10-4 real double
Damask Diapers, of the very fineit quality amd, splendid pat-
terns. Also.Damask Napkins of a good'qality. m8 -
i. & A. LANE have received oneceisoftiliiah 1 4
Cambric Muslins,fine, middling, and extra saperline quality.
They are offered for salelow,by the piece, of 19yarde each.-
Also, Jaconet Mull and Cravat Muslins, fine tesuperfine, by
the piece or yard, at reduced prices, at their Stores, No. 11 &
18 Maiden-Lane, afewdoors front.Broadway. nM8
S.N'os. 9 4 1]1 RCIADE.
A-AS just received a good assortment of splendid Gauze
Ribbons, and Gauze Hdkfs.-Also, a choice assortment of
Silks, spring colors-together with an extensive assortment of
fresh Goods, which will be sold at low prices. a23
;LARGE assortment small, middling and extra large
size, superior quality new and beautiful patterns, for sale at
wholesale r retail, by R. & A. LANE, No. 11 and 18 Mai-
den-Lane, 'next.door to, and opposite the Arcade.
Also as abyVe---64. 6-4, and 7-4 real Camel's Hair and
Cashmere do. new and beautiful style.. m5
AL.N extensive assortment of the above article, rich Navy
and French blue and green, plain and filled centres, and cir-
cular patterns, fine and superfine, at wholesale or retail at re-
duced prices by R. & A. LANE.' No.- 11 Maiden lane, next
the Arcade. : mST
Jw have lately op-a. vo.,extenoive assortment of-
Sheetings of almost every deeiltion. which. are offeredifor
sale Very low by the piec orard a .. .
my PURY & RAPELYE, t Maidea ino.
IRISH &.RUSSIA SHEETING-,. bale extra fiao 5-4
SRussia Sheeting, juistreceived--t do do...Irish do. for, sale
loh by JOHN S IRANG &CO. 434 Pearl-st.' min
balesofdifferent widths E&quality.,' jut receivedanddfor
sale by JOHN STRANG & CO, 434 Pearl-st. m8O
P IANO, TABLE, & STAND COVERS-Just received,
an extensive assortment of Blue and Green Piano Table
and StandCovers superfine quality, for sale by
mR JOHN STRANG-& CO. 434Pearl-st.
SILKS. & NANKINS.-The Subscriber offers for sale at
No. 100 Front-street, 150 cases China Silks, consist-
ing of colored and black Satins, black, white, colored, and
umbrella Sarsnets, and Sinchews, black and colored Levan-
tines; black Satin Levantines; black and cross-barred Hdkfs.
white, black, blue, and 3.lored Sewings; Nankin Crapes, sa-
tin figured and embroidered Crape Shtawls, -Satin Damask,
white Paungees, figured Velvets, scarlet Crapes.
1000 pieces Mammeo yellow Nankins
3000 do. Company do. do.
3000 do Alhbort do. do. for sale by"
m4 THOS. G. & WM. V. CARY, 100 Front-st.
SATTEENS, JEANS, "& VELVETS. for exyortation--
2 cases-3-4whiteSatteese,
6 :do. 3-4 coloured :Satteens and Jeans, asserted blue,
S brwn, piak,-yellow, treen andbiff -
5 do. 2-4 coloured velvets, entitled to debenture, for sale
by' 'C .:.RUSSELL CO.
m6 105 Pearl-street.
0 0n0 PRieea Y'elov Nrnke'n l Mamme Chop, in
50CO pieces Yellow Nankeesi, 2id qualny Iasti
luo') de. blue do.' do.
entitled to debenture, for isle by '
aS7 '.' :. J. J. ASTOR 'E SON, 8 Vesey street.
D RILLINGc,-4 Bales Cotton & Lien Drillings--just re-
cived, a~lforsaleby .
a uin C TUCKER, SPRING & DORR, 54 Pine-st.
SACO COTTONS-20 bales 29 inch fine Brown Shirtiags.
25 bales 39 inch lrown Sheetings ..
10 do 3 do'Bleached do
r do' 20 do Shirtings,just retuived from tlhe Saco Man-
ufacturing Compnny, ftbr sale by
a29 TUCKER, SPRING & DORR, 54 Pine-street.
H AVANA GRASS HATS-350 dozen of superior quali-
ty,forsaleby MR
a30 G. MERLE, 138 Pearl street.

--U-.4 'O 1....U ER....l"- ER...d '- "-'h Un- PONG.LAWNS-1.case extra fine Long LaWns, 'jut r'e
e.DWARD Ch4sApEn.d his %%jreibo,,e at NiCo. 143iac. divedforsaeby TUCKER, SPRING IRR,
drkrha'anedhi areie to. l 4 t imetreCet
side)liearthecornroi Varinck sireei. and I 4iJ Bro-,dwa[i, 'tO 54ine-tret.
wiereeheconstantlv.keti-on r.iir1dy made CotBlSi. of r ALCUTTA SILKS.-..98c6aset large and small Chop
every size and qualt o, cr.pe. tc irls, aethils. c-l-a. U. pas asid rindannas, received frop ithe latest imports
gloves. &c. and wll furnish at the shortest notice, hearses, tion, and for sale by ,
carriages, &. a2B J. DOW & CO. 119 Pearl-street.
.The experience of the advertiser in those departments of -R. v .S 0hlef 4tndn Bln
his business which have devolved upon him during many' I.RTISH DRY QO.1DS -30balesof4,4and point"Blanu
years C: tinuancein theoffice of Sexton, and inchirgeofthe kets.,20odo9?4 al3.4 .sperier Whitney do -
larg cemetery. in thecity, constitutes he trusts a peculiar .10 do naadi go hedad acU w kiis s m s mall tru sa
q'ilMtion fortheduties of an Undertaker, He hopes, also. 7 do edlasel. 1 do Gae do
tat henay refr with confidence, to the very mdny respects- 20 caes Al hodes&at rtaniPlaiai
ble familiesin which he has been thia.employed. lor the mii- 5 do: lto.fineblack Circassians ',
nerin'hich.husfunctlons hae betEn dlscharled. Tle pdb-. 4 bale blackmand asportiBombazets
licmay rest assuredtli whilc he ill ever ccDasietliously 15 do i blacanda colored Circasian and Bomazets
endeavor tb fil]'the.'ot xpectati6nsi ofhi einplbyers as 4 do yellow, blue and crimson embossed Moreens
to the required style arrangements, he will scrupulously ad- 1 means black Lastings .
iere to any instroctiobs which h'emay receive for the obser- : 8 do ne and dperfine black Bombazines
vance ofeconomy. Great cerewill especially s taken in 4 do black and colored Italian Nett
the selection ofcarriages, horsesnd drivers. 5, do Parisian silk and worsted Plaids
N. His charges in aliases will be accommodating and do Crepe de Lyons
moderate. myl am 10 do Calico and Gingham Umbrellas
BOYS' CLOTHING EMPORIUM, 10 do Chintz printed Shawls, 12 do printed Cotton Hkfi.
BOY LOTlK. r M '2 do fine faney Pulicat do ,
No.AM Broadway Ecrner of Duane street. 10do bineand whitLdo
S No. 3en3 Broadway corner ofDuane s street. 12 do asd Cashmere and Silk Shawls and Scarfs
.HE oilyextenswe .etablisment in New-York devoted 7 do Garment Dimity
exclusively to Boys'Clothes, where an extensiveassortment, 4 do k and colored arnets, plain and willed
ehti yg eroto te D e 4 do black and colored Sarsuets, plain and twilled
-made up in the best style, of various.platterns,to suit Boysof 3 d] 9 Cambric Muslins
all ages and the different tastes.of parents, is kept constantly 6 ig9-8. 5-4 and 6-4 Nansook and Jacoiet do
on hand ftor ale.
oo a IAir 8E. fo b" es ofan a tu ns h t do Tabrby Velyets and Velveteens
OURNI4. ESSES for Boysofanyagetrnishedat 12 do fine .4 and 3.4 Bangup Cords
the shortest notice, without the delay ordinarily attendant en do super lAndon Valenct Vestings
occasions of family amcficont, .,r b y. 10 do ormtOd Quiltings and Jeans
JAS.A.CAMp FIELD, Drapere Tailler. 10 do brown and white Linen Drills
NB.-Gentlemen'sClothmng made to order at the shortest 1 do extra supar Silk and Linen do
notice. 1 12 do white', brown and mixed Cotton Hose
rs ATO BUILDERS & OTHERS. 30 do black and slate worsted bdo
1 ,le1 Subscriber having been-appointed Agent fora large 4 do men's mixt Lambawool Half HMe.
and extensivo Saw-Mill, situated at Saugerties.Ulster.Co.nty. 2 bales Linen Dowlas; 0 do plain and printed Floor Clotlhs
is nowvprcpared to make contracts; for White Pie:'Timbir, 6 o.fineAnduperfineFloor Carpeting
cut to order fur buildings or vessels. The tiber ivl..oelxe. I 0 worted and. woollen Carot Yarn
liveredat any dock on the North River side, free of IexAnse, 3 (0 blue and green TabAle loths
and with punctuality. Pricesreasonamble., rdareto MnI. 3 4o redPadding., 3tdo& wllte Iotoiag.Cloths
C Saugerties, Uls terCounty;or to the Subscer will be 7 e Conterpanes.and MarseilleaQuilt
attended to J. KEN BOD, 2 whiteSites
d t". ... 76 Wall-street. 5 do fancy colqredJean#.and Satteans,.fo. elpOrtatlon
M ADgIRAWINE. -Thesubscribersdungthest e 2 Isrteeolor-Vlveeiio .
have imported placed in bond Taivral a sof 4 s 4-4striplddend checked Ginglhiuss,
choice Madeira Wine, wvhichi they now cerefor s u e--thIente 4 o Le
law of Coi.gres, ueing theduty onWine. having one in- obck Cotton Frreand Cotton Balls .
tO operation. Their iuportationsare all of. .er 'i known 3O nan' 'a ava
brand of ,, HQWARD,, MAB~rL^A CO.. aiected and pui. 3o it6 *'olyid 2 doa-
supi sorted casks,i with tcgreatestre M, ost' of1.1m 2o ixCirt s
have haid thebenofitof voyages to the mEaeand West Inhes [ -m es fCaines
aid in consequence ofthe reduction of duty to 50 cen r 3 do alian Sew g Silks do large Hkf.
galion.arenow offered upon liberal terms and at veryreduced do Frenh brown Lwns 4 do Gauze and Taffeta Rib-
1prires. y 1 Bro-ad street.. 3 do worsted Braids, 1 do Waist Ribbons bondss
N. B.-Wine of the finest quality, sls.ecto drawback al 2 do Horseskin GloEcs-s-for sale by
ways to behadas above. Is7lm CHARLES H. RUSSEL &sCO. 105 Pearl.st.

jtARPETING-io bales superfineCarpeting.iust received
and forserl -
a,7 St RIPLEYS" &S WALDO, iiExchanke Place. *
JOHN STRANG & CO. will open on Monday. 4thMay,
at their Dry Goods and Carpet Store, 434 Pearl-street, 2
bales splendid light Carpets, 1 do. do. dark do. some entire
new patterns. ml

CARPET STORE, No. 105 BOWERY.-The undersigned
offer for sale, at their Carpet and Floor. Cloth Ware-
Imjuse. No.1105 Sowery'hbelowGrand-stveet, the.foillewing
descriptions of Goeds: ,'
Bruissel 'Carpeting, of wiite; lemon, green, and ether
colored ground work. ,
I Ingiain Carpeting, from the Kiddeirninster and other dis-'
tinguished.sanufactories in England of arianous quiities,
,n5 t.a.tn;Psaids, striped and figured Venetiasl
C.r~~iotall the differnt'widths.' Al9o,
S'FlooOr6 Cloths,Osomnoof which area low pried article.
'Fler lodth.Baizes, figusrd andplina, from 7-Fto a quitters
wideyi:,:.:,' '". .!
Table, PLano,~'and Stand Covers. consisting'of fine, extra
fiise. itd'finee qualities, of the Grecian ad Vine Border,
,aeBplendiii'liticle." .
'-mpeial Turkey. Brusels. and Wilton Hearth Rugs,
India Mieand Matiua,. Frnges. Bmdina.&e.
al 12m ALBRO & HOYT.

1T HE Subscribers, in addition to their former assortment,
opened this morning several bales of low-priced Ingrain
Carpeting and Hearth Rugs. Also, very superior Kidder-
minster, some entire new-patterns,very splendid.
On hand, their usual extensive assortment ofBrusselsdou-
ble super, superfine, and fine Ingain. Venitian ita ets-cor-
responding patterns ofi ll clore, Imperial Brussels and Wilton
'Hearth Rugs, all Floor Cloths, from three quarters to two
yards wide-Nankin Mattings of all 'widths-Piano, Table.
and Stand Covers. .
N. B. Goods sent to any part ofthe city, arid cat to fit apart-,
meats, without additional charge to the purchaser. ,,
": J. & J. SACKETT, No. 96 Division-street,
:m4 I Nearly opoosite Market-street.
,*E'LOO]t CLOTHS-4 bales 'of plain and printed 6-4, 7-4
and 8-4FleorCloths.ren, orangeandblack, forsale by
a17 -H. RUSSELL&.CO. 165Pearl-street.
i ". No. 2'ABROADWAY.
M- I.ARTIN:; GILBERT & GODQUIN, Hiirdresse, from
Patis. beg lesve to inform the Publio, tha'tthey have c -stant -
ly or, hand. a selected assortment of Ornamental Hair, of
.very descripftioi, for' Ladies and Geitlemen,' made of the
'beat material and in the last Paris fashion. Their stock of
Carls,.Puffs, Ringlets, Braids, Wigs; Toupees, is very large;
and theyirequest country dealers in want of a supply, to visit
their establishment.
Wigs and Toupees made to order in a-superior Etyle.
Selected Perfumery. ,al 2w
from Paris, have the honor to inform the Ladies and Gentle-
men of this city and its vicinity, tharthoy have removed their
establishment from No. 331 to No. 287 Broadway,- opposite
Washington Hall, corner of' Reed-street, where they manu-
facture Wigs, Toupees, and Hairwork of every,description,
wholesale and retail.
They have also on Hand a general assortment of English
and. French Perfumeries .andFancy Articles, of a superior
quality, for sale wholesale and retail. Also, superior Eng-
lish Brushes, of every description.
SAll orders from the country willbe received and punctually
.attendedrto." ,, ar242w

at jElateiiftntion of HuNT & HoMai, for SPINNING
FLAX & HEMP,isexelusivelyowned by the LINEN COM-
PANY of thecity of New-York. Th'Machini, since its e-
hiom n is thi*. cit, ha ...en much improved by-the in-
-einiyofso adotrgourskil, artists... : .
PiacticalMachiaists havyepronounced it alabour-savingin.
Yeatinn, ngt inferiorin iittiito py thercontrivedsince the
days of Anxwmimr.' Ittmay e driven by horse,' steam, or
Saterpower and wll, it is believed, produce sarn with as
ge stfacility aid with aslittle expense,.ae the Cotton Spin-
dlns. The .ompanyare now prepared to contract, to de.
liver and put into operation, in anypAirtoftheJLnited States,
Machinery on this noproved plan.
For particulars, apply at the Office of theLinenCeompar
New-York,No. 34 Walil-street, upstairs; or to
SAMUEL SPALDING, Mitdlletown, (Conn.)
New.York Julv25th.1828. iv25 tf
B" LANKETS-10 bales of Mackinaw Blankets with Indi.
go Headings, and assorted points, in smalltrusses.
30 bales 4,41 and 5 poifit Blankets, for sale by
mO6 165 Pearl street.
l'LANNELS-1 bale fine white 4-4 Gauze Flannels, for
J sale by C, H. RUSSELL & CO.
mi .... 165 Pearl street.
P APER HANGINUS.-A large assortment" of Paper
Hangings, common and rich, constantly on band and
to'be sold at the lowest prices and in lots to suit purchasers,
by C. GATERAU, 131 Pearl-street.
SAlso-Avery largeassortmet of Silk and Worsted Fringes
and Silk Bindings. .. a2
A MERICAN WOOLENS.-00'packages, consisting of
S : : 'Broad Cloths,
Casinmeres, and Stiiaets-for sale on liberal
terms;-at 54Pine-street, by
s UMMER SPERM QIL-,4tierces andbrIsn. landing from
slobp Experiment, Steveis' wharf, fbr sale by
I5 .: ISHI GRINNELL & CO. 136 Frost-streot.
So agents for the manufacturers in Londoeihave constantly
on hand a large supply of first quality Copper, which they will
sell on favorable terms, and in quantities to sii; i.tipn i hi.-ta
FISH, GRINNELL & CO., l.: Fr,,,i .,r., '.
Theyhave'now landing from the ships C'thi,ii ,,, ilIl Ib-
eon, 100 cases, assorted. from 16to 39 is, i' i
P RINTING CLOTHS-iso0 loles, ir salt bhv
P m7 RIPLEYS & WALDO, 11 I.'hli.,, .
SUBA" FUSTIC-8 tons Cuba Fustic, lbr sale by
m8 0. MAUJIAN. 33 lurliog-alip.
d o(ALABRIA WINE-3o qr easka Clliabris Red Wine,
Glancing in frQnt of tho lubscribess' store, fbr ai by
m6 4 G. G. & S. HOWLANB, So South-street,
m' OFFEF.380 bagBrazil Coffee, for male by
m8F FISH. GRINNELL &,' CQ, t i1ll t,rt..
TriORTOISE SHEiL-i ease Manllia Tortoise Sholl, ftb
sale by JOSEPH OSSORN, it Soutb-straet. tu
rLQUR -i1bbarrI S.,Beaeh' band, ltes h ro thil
PA. rMi lldla gfl'di Troy Towbmtsootles Mthfor
ialeby fAlT RICK & C%.
,m ..7 '19South-streot,
W HISKE--t hhds. 2 tierqoa Bonans 1 hhd. amoaked
Hams, f6r ibal e by .
a7t HART, HERRICK & CO; 19 South-street.

URE SPIRITS- h .hda.a &lpierior artle, just received
m. .- aad forsale by I.' .. .. .... .. ..
n m7 3t HART,. HERRICK '& CO. w9South.street.

J m7 RIPLEYS & W DO, ii Exchange Place.

O LD E. I. COFFEE, in small bags, suitable for family
use, for sale in lots to suit purchasers, by
mq'G GRACIE & CO.. 20 Bread-street.
OT'TLES-Porter and Wine Bottles in hampers of one
groce each, and in fine order, for sale in lots to suit pur-
chasers, by *". GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad-street.
ITALIAN SEWINGS-5 cases Guarino; 6 do. Maresa;-
6 doSoettmuo 5 do. Catalano-blue, black, and light
Dyesi3upen0r quality, for sale by -
m9[ G. G. & S. HOWLAND, .0 South-street.
"TtTiTAPOLLAM. HDKFS.- 6 trunks Ventapollam
h Ialidketdhiefs, fa up'ior quality, and new and bean-
tiful patterns, entitled tb debeiture, and for sale
n" 9 -.. PiIEMSEN & CO. Hanover Square.
"INNAMON-o- .bal&,'about 500 lbs. very finest quality
% J 4ltylei Cinname f)i sle- 'by' .
I m9 I '- PIET ERHARMONY, 63 Broadway.
" ,EXICAN PIQ COPPER-steons Mexican Pig Copper
V.UL'. obr'salo by.
m ie I -'PETER HARMONY.4 3 Broadway.
SC UPAR-40 botes prime white Havana, tad'SO do. brown
mi ." .+,- O.' AURAN, 33 Burling-slip.
1 QSSIA ,IRO--75 tota RuSMSi new sable Iron,:landing
BIn fntoft.the sobacriberal.StoreIbr saleby '
Sm9 I -, G. G. ,S, HQWLAND, 50puth-street.
" AGSi-Trieito and Messina ags, assorted quahties, for
a *" .. ''. 56South-street.
IRON-60 tons Russia new sable, landing in front of the
subscribers store, for sale by
m9 G. G. & S. HOWLAND, 50 South-street.
"OTTON-70 square bales Georgia Upland Cotton, land
13 STngand URoGIS & PERKINS, 41 Southptreet.

T READWAY, & BOGERT, No. 38 .Pine-street. have a
large collection of the earlier Reports, and Elementary Wri-
ters, most of which are out ofprint, and rarely attainable in
England. Amongthemarethetbllowing:
Tothill's Transactions ef the High Courtf Chancery, both
by Practiceand Precedent. Published in 164.
Domatt's Civil Law, 2d edition, Strahan's translatidin, 2 vols.
Equity Cases Abridged, 2d edition. 2 vols.
Sir Thomas Jones' Reports, folio.. E
SirT. Parker's do. do.
Lord John Freeman's do. do.
Lord Raymond's, do. do.
Sir Thomas Revnold's do. do.
Sir James Burrows' Settlement Cases
Lord Coke's Reports, Fmche's Reports
Psallexfin's do. Sir Henry Hobart's Reports'
Lord John Fotesque's Reports .
Gilbert's Cases, in Lawadd Equity
Molloy de JureMaratimo, 2 vols. l[8vo
Vmner s Abrjdgment. 2d edition complete, in 24 vols. royal
Do Supplement to do. in 6 vols. do.:
Reportsin Chancery during th6&Reign of Geo. I.. folio
Benloe and Dalison s Reports.folio.
Digest ofAdjugeJdC-see,comprhEd r.din at Il iheapr.roved
Decisions of Chiefalstice Hel. PFarker., Pmt, Ramond.
Hardwick, Lee, and Ryder, folio-for sale as abnse. m6
Bl T-, -=--- B .DOOK. -
pLAK BOOKSq anufactured of the best English and
'American APape, dioundn. the mostapproved style. Also.
Sa large assortment of half bound Blank Books, warrantee of
the best quality. Also, Recqipt, Note, and Bill Notes of
Hand, and Bills of Exchange Books, for sale at Stationers'
Hall, 245 Pearl-street. by .DAVID FELT. m6
'PIEDMONTESE TALE, by the Duke de Levis, in 2'
vols. published this. day, and for sale at Stationers' Hall, 245
Pearl-street, by DAVID, FELT. m6
UTTNITARIAN ADVOCATE-Just received, the Unita-
J rian Advocate,Vol. III. No. 5, for May, 1829, at Station-
er's Hall, 245 Pearl-street, by DAVID FELT. m6
"-.1-ff CAP PAPER.
B'500' REAMS just ree'd and for sale at Stationers'
Hall, 245 Pearl street, by
10 ALBUMS. -
J MBELISHED with fifty engravings, and bound in the
most elegant manner, for sale at Stationers' Hall, 945 Pearl-st,
byl DAVID .ELT. m6
-.y reamN Frenci Plate Printing Paper, of a:superir quali-
ty, just received and for sale by A'. IMB ERT,
a24 79 Murray street.
A FOURTH sheet of Flute Melodies is just published, by
A. FLEETWOOD. 47 Murray-street, price 12, cents, con-
taining Roderick Dhu's March-March in theCataract ofthe.
Ganges-March in Richard 3d-New-York March-Boston'
Grand MaZtr'- p-WaltZ-,Wi' my Love, I'll march.away,
and Marsb to the Battle Field. ..
S Re ollect that the feur sheets published by ime contain
thirty-three popular tunes, the same as are published on co-
lored cards at 12i cents each, and for which you' are charged"
only 50 cents for the-whole. a'24
A N assrtment'of new publications in the engraving and
lithographic line, received and offered to the trade at very rea-
sonable prices, by CHARLES DE BEHR,
a29 108 Broadway.
HE subscriber having removed his stock ofMusic..Litho-
graphies, and Engravings, to his establishment No. 79 Murray
street, begs leave to inform his customers that le is now rea-
dv to supply their orders as usual; and in returning his thanks
for past favors, lie solicits a continuance of their patronage.
m7 A.,-IMBERT<.
e 9, for May. 1829, just received, and for sale at Stationo
ere Hall, 245 Pearl-street, by
M. A. COLMAN, Park Place House, ups.airs, has
foreale manyof the selected works-latelyprinted by Con-
stable, which are sold separate fron.the whole seripe-tit:
- n'die inteeor of Central America, by Orlando W. Ro-
berts, with notes and observations by Edward Irving. with.
map. "&e. 18mo. eleth-i rice $1.25. It is called Ruberts'
Adventure. d
(Captain Basil Halls Three-Voysges, 5 vols. I8 m6. b1leth.'
Sehiller'a.Historical Works. translated from the,.German
by George M.ir, Esq in 2 vols. 18nio. cloth.
Bell's Life of Mary Queen of Scots, in 2 vols. Imeo. cloth
-pice $2.50.
Phenomena ofiNature, 18mo.cloth-price $1.25. m9 6Ot
C UVIER'S ANIMAL KINGDOM, in English, :with En-
gravings some.of which are colored-a few numbers,
pride each $350 of the above work are for sale by
m9 WM. A. COLMAN, Park Place House, up stairs.
IN the Press to be issued next week on Thurday, 14th of
May, the sixth number of the Anti-Masonic Review and
Monthly Magazine, (2 dollars per ann.) containing the HON.
CADWA.LADER D. CoLDEN's views of the institutions of Free-
masonry, together with a neat history of the secret order.
Price ofthesingle number 25 cents to be had at the Editor's
office, No. 108 Beekman street. Where may be also had. the
celebrated llustrations of Freemasonry." by Captain' Wm.
MOBneA, with an account of the kidnapping of the author.-
And aleo, tIe New- York-Beacon, a weekly newspaper of
the city, devoted to the cause of Anti-Masenry, of liberty and
of our country, price $3 per annum D A.

UST published, the Swiss Boy's Lament; words by
Montgomery-(Vignette Title)-*" Sing not my Song 'yet;
comipoed by Wade: .The Song of the Swiss Exile, written
byO'Mqra,composed, by Lee: Cupid and Hymen, selected,
from the Italian, by Kiallmark My B nnr-I'Vec Wife.,sung
byMiAIs'Paton, AheE&c.--mrd. ty Btri.s. InmyBower
so bright""-iCavatina, sung by tiss Patom "Wi'myL oe
1'llmnarchaway" 'Farewell to my Haniti" "love butthee:"
The Rose will .case to, blow.i .Oh! Memory. cease:"'
"Woman' Charms :" I ee.theim on.their winding way"o
Said eSniile to a Tear:" "The Sodier's Grave :" ." The
Merry Flageolet:" Military Ronde :"!" Swiss Waltz" with
,variations; &c. &c. together with 'a gieat variety of other
Music, lithographed and published by
EDWARD S, MESIER, No; 28 Wall-street.
Several new Pieces are in hand and nill soon be pub-
lished,.. m8 lw*
9 E i VINE DRESSER'S Thenretical and Practical'Man-
uel orthe arteof cultivating the vine; and of making
Winue, craudy and Viaegar with descriptions of the species
ail varieties efthe viesi the cliates, soils and sites, in which-
each can hb successfully cultivated, their mes of blossoming
anitl bearing; the disaseeaof the vine, and means of preven-
tion. Witl iunatltrutioua br the preservation of wines, bran-
ih'fvrt.ii.r.ar. l,'tintsITa.&.c. o'ati. niprpa; fur the care of
l, \i r, 'l Ir u.. oiiiin e ll' hin 'ie- ril and brief
Stkfl, 'hirii .1/ i i,, ii.u'sit, l m tlil,-'e .'l' n-.>dris rt. By Thise-
In f' Ii ,,ii' m In r i tiin 'irrt.iry n i me Lii ican Soie-
If .in' I', ii, iiin'i i' 'tvoil h,.dfih aii aslr.ciatiOle for
1l li. miii.l.s. iii,= t ,nl' f .\ iiiltuh ro mid ,ditiu rol'ilip Agricultu-
rt .l'0iiii'l l 'tiiiis. t.U. Fi,,mn til second French Edi-
1i11 th e sIo 'I rn islatier of Lu S ailtasire. Lo Notti Roma-
Na. 4a., .&L' Ti' IbvI w plt is iS.,t p.iiuLi0td on good
isr., inio-ta"" li, by P. CnillclI. ,f New-York, at one
thiilr per <'|,., at wliicl prire t will be lurilshed to isubsci-
bets, plyable on dliverys It contains about 160 pagesand
his a lithlographie drawing, annexed, of ome impleW,ents
aseiudstry mi Le care of the vine and of making wine. Purt
chasers or subscribe fbr six copies, will be entitled to an ad-
ditional copy, g, ratios.
0;1 Citizensgenerally would find this Manual an acbepta-
bl.L-preseat to their country f'Aiends. m4
rtHE.RENOVA'iNG LIQUID willresiorethe faded co-
]. Ours of Black and Blue GARMENTS, manufactured
from Wool or Silk, to which it is applied, Coats, Trowsors,
Hats, Silk Stockings, Waistcoats, Veils,Gowns, &c.
Thelenovating Liquid combines elegance with economy;
it gives a silkiness to the texture, a bright lustre to the colour,
and increases the durability of every article that is dressed
with it.
Travellers,and all thosewhosoClothaslhave been damaged
by the heat and the dust of the summer, and Gentlemen who
have nrilbrtunately bought Clothes that have not been dyed
with fart colours, will find this aninvaluabletreasure; andito
every family that regards economy, it is a necessary and
indiis nsasih requsite.
Sod whoiale anud retail,by Mr.E. BLISS, No. 128Broiad-
wat--iQ Directions or use will be given wth.ench
bottle. ..t7 .'
I* j' MONEY TO LOAN... -...
'S' ROM $10,800 to 120,000 to loan 9n Bond ind Mortgage.
on re l estate, within the cny, in sUm tq suit applicants. rn
quire at the MechaniOsr, Fire Insurince Cbimipanvy, Ne. 2,
Franklin Square; '. : '' '
r lse[utaueeagaiaetFire e 'ctedandalloBses as usual
' l IONEY TO LOAN.-$tS,Ol0 toloan on uaiincumbeted
r1Y Ja4 ralestate in &i. city, in suos. of 5000 'or 6000 dellari,,
m7t ..GERARD.W O r
3pMONEY ON ,ORTG GE.-20,000' Dollars' to. loan on
I Real Estite in this e t'o W
BROKEN BANKS, C .,. .. -.
N OTESol'the following Broken Baks pturchased.a it
h s iFranklin Bank, N. York NewHope,
Lomibard Protection. Monmouth,
Greene Ceunty, Plattsburgh,
Exchange Bank, Jersey City,
N. J. Manufacturing Co. N agara-by
KIMBALL & CO. rockers. 21 Wall.
asO d&ctf First Office above Pearl-street.

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While the loud-torrent and the whirlwind's roar
But bind them to their native ropks the more."
The beautiful and pathetic song of Locaber, is
tnown to, and admired by all whqr have an ear for
music or a soul for poetry ; bt heard by a highland-
er in a distant land, and amid other scenes, the effect
is similar to that.produced on the Swiss.by their na-
tianal air, the Ranz des Vaches-it inspires a sad and
earnest.lnging to return to the place of their nativity,
th early haunts of their youth. The following anec-
tote was related to me by the medical gentleman who
witnessed -the effect: and at the same-time that it
tends to corroborate my assertion, it also proves bow
powerful is tie sympathy existing between. this our
" tenement of clay" and its celestial inmate, the sIoul.
1 It was the fate of Dr. C. to accompany ae Highland
regiment across the Atlantic, to a far distant shore."
The station where the troops were entanged vas ve-
ryr healthy; t rhe climate particularly good : judge, the
the s urprize iof the good doctor to find his soldiers
llingtifck'Iday,,and his hospitals filled with invalids,
-ewhihlttlWhecb-oid iotieubve thedisease, he ceuld
apply titreant y.
'*noe eatain the moon shone so .unusually bright,
rtine t iat r onwtiwsaWfflovely, as the beams
p(tayed upon tho rippling water, or gave ligitraid sha-
dpw to the iagnifictnt' torAst trees near his ab 'jde-
tiat he was tempted to-take-a solitary ramblo,

S ", Musing en days long past.
And pleasures gone forever by :"-
toe sound of the bagpipe struck upon. his ear, and
attracted him towards the barracks, where t hopipor
as playing, in thlie most touching manner,
Lochaber no more !
SMaybe,-to return to Locliaber no more ",
Dr. C. approached the large room unobserved, rnd,
Idoking, in, found all his ,men assembled, and all in
deep emotion-some reciumbent on the floor, some re-
clined against the wall, many in tears, and one, bury-
ing his fkee in his hands, .sobbed aloud. Mjy friend
retired to his quarters,: on the following moreitg.he
sent fo the piper, and, bribing himn to secrecy, com-
nianded him in future to play nothing but lii.ly airs,
rdels, stratlispeys, and marches; but nevdr, on pain of
his displeasure,.to breathe Lochaber again. The piper
obeyed;-,the effe t az] r.,iiical-thc i .ili- .revived,
and in avery .ih.rt ltihC. ni. n .rt rLdijusl 1i1 hospital.
This anecdote, which I h.-w t I.- iruee. inspired
mie with a most ardent desire to see Locliaber--sceies
n"rst be beautiful which produce such an powerful eof-
fett on the mind. Lastsuirnr,-r. p.hr i, lir':'"'-, ihi.
imaguficeinit scenery of the northern lakEtiol Sc. ii.J,
I came upon Loehaber: BEen No-v i. reared ht .cr.n r.-
ed head-at his base stood a lasteor of miserable h6v-
.el0,, .a:n samp Miwhere ;avery breeze that passes by
whispers "jague "-eeli .hut is formed of wood and
Lurf gathered from the m.rafss beneath their feot-a
hle in the roof forms thechiimney-a hole in the side
is the window, and in some of the huts window and
door in one-tnot.a tree to be-seen :-yet dear as life
to, the Highi under is the memory of Loch ber.-
[London Lit. Gaz.] M. S.

th [Fo nthe Canton Register.1
AN A'nABI ir MRHANT y IN CINAs.-In Ranaudst's
account if two Mahomniedan travellers,who visited In-
Tdia and Clipra, in the Sth or beginning ot the 9th centu-
ryj there is a story of an Arabian merchant, whose con-
duict does not seem unweimrthyof imitation in th e 19th
e tury. The then Emperor who resided at Nanking
sent one of his Eepichs'to parch aso foreiwn articles of
lite A.rabian moerhan.i. at C,'yni-i. Tlhe r.u-ir 'i.
would b -.,n'e noiv'i &-I. h of tlin 1 .Ai_:.,ic l i s,
u Ae rati strifeeied. to 0 inirtlh'o a sinrr.) ie.- N tn.
rupg the tr.JI at thin Imporiul \tc. rid pi.rin ir in
ti9s denied aot'ustice, as iiall adimnai.ei I a. n j.i-
'il-e of the Eiiiperor himicir. Wllaj fdr.';- I.,
talie isi not sidi. buleais the Eunuch 'v. "d1,r[ ..
li. preirirty, arid.Onsieid from h-is ffi, e. it ua likely
the Chl.iarsan iner,.liriAt .tblturne wLL'.L li Cupidered
a I't it re, f.r I,. isory canrd atd.er gourds.
The Drnasty tlien on tho throne of China iwas one
"f tih ie..is cslcbrrated. iand that after which the Chi-.
m..-1 1t ,li call lthe.'.:l --ii..le imen mm T r, or as

Beggars.-Twhe's.ir t.-u ri.rmtt trci .W uit n oren
nu;(nerous class of these unfrurtumiates; than, maay, be
eonep perhaps aorgregited in any. other part 'o tie
world., The number of the blind stupplicators opaimls,
are very striking to every stranger, since. frequently
links of bitn, a dozen, or more, miay h seen, and lter-
ally are theo blirid leading the Blind;". t
It ikreported that the sighltis 'vervy frequently de-
str'iyedin if.i..l, fi..i lthu ur t.ofrearifng objects
,if c.'m li.n.:'i in. irid.:. i, lc rai i, and thus begging
i C hir s., a- i-l a in 'c-.h -" uiii'is, is.reduced to a
syclerw, and pitioieed as a pro!te siohj
But there are others who appear to form a distinct
racde-twanderers froam street to street, .with no other
clothing than a tattered mat,.and a slouched hat at
tbelsamre material--of thc most. pitiable aspect-and
exbitinr there i sadlys a greuiiatinger sumndition of hn wrtched-a

n heir lacantof rn n else here, we nr .n.t ,.and ;i :, the

an.jihi"- "iniiy fequolmly' e a SBoti1 l-rln kini, ,A' the
o -fi -veoetables,--fish,- &c'. that ra y be thrown
Sy.1 TheyareB gencfally eaten upiwith disease,
to terd with vermin, and truly offer such a .ipectacle
of human misery, as to leawsd to the conluin that
deception is never thter ought of-in eo bwe may be-
hold thea periLet Lszar. '
Whether thare is a greater sum of humnin wrestchd-
ness in Canton han elsewhere, woe l '. iiu-4.ioi) L
to oteriiaie, but as travellers are 'li', ien l hr-lt to L
reason only n what they are allowed lo s, it leay
be fair to infer;that the. poorlaws ofChina, are very
imperfect. l l rat. f, i s .o
ghinese ayings.-Better have no beoik, than be-
lieve all that is in Books ell
MTh Mandarin 'who loves a single Casi, is not
worth a Ca. Pure Mandarins never latmount to the
end n
Mon who stand in b thecourts of prinues, inold lve
the in ar ch, as they love their faths, lovo'haufmaolibn
sathy love thair own familiasi aid love tle people,. as

T be vry clever at. the e d of anaffair, i not so a
gooi, as ae little clumsy care at the beginning.
Dpceive not your prince, sell not iiha laws, injure
-net he people, these arie tre e important rules for
Madarfns. r "
-lha Mandarin won't tako, it is tantamount to givinrs
if lrorht trouble, i is gratin repose, if hewoep
inju relit is coiferni a it ineht. If lie nts when
noeling ise amiss, lie introduces viltanies and cerses

Rtha iorithan commit a crime against ti e people,
bettr'commnit a crime against superior officers.

mai, never lightlto y promisete eninge asentene, never
lightly lend any cman the assistance of a smile.. In all
affairs be cautious' and careful, Thuis soyin savors

-mo ef Scotland, thia bI reld and. in o ri
wotlths Is loe dar m lspesle G d gaa, btot'l.ove thoe
Ii rwling i~idpooplu i,t is better Lu iunitishin ite so-
vohny the' in" ah portioti, than go 'outside the law
'and add ra-'pontionii of severity. tlroemncy is better
-that rigntor.eyondd-tllO'.i a e l '- of

l s erm h a iit t u rw e h 'r' -
The, .sd'httor, s'will bo deaof and blind as niont eeand
cows; .iMCrintin; hetriotmahces ?se vond of fltterpng-
will nepciierseve reftheeaenoh.Gods- o.-
Great wisdom which exalts n natvion in niithing inure
than diuisetiang thi crpimiwd of he many ; greet follyri

one of hiss walks in disguise, he had to talto shelter


/ .' .

ftith the nun in An 94tinxs-houe, whaor a police rum
- ner c ized hint, and knelt down, ais usual to d
i Judge iMrverence. The Judge, however, did a
wish to be linown, and after his return home, vnt fi
thenruner, on whom he inflicted 60 blows to teach hi
mnere e iautn for the tim to com
Tho.Judge in passing through a narrow street, sa
a poor woman withhoer breast ex' 'uking A ehi
1 tthe door. want ofmodesty he orders
3isr immediastly 30 1 the taCe ; and her hus
band 40 Mews, pin taught his wiffnbetth
, anurs I a 1Such are'th g evne f 9ood men a
der a eotism. '

DEzNE ,OF r TH AnimIIgTKATI0-W aveir me
the Washington Telegraph. Tka annexed rail
fromnit, we find in the Evening Poit of-riday. and
is only becau they an thus copied without dies
into a paper which was at times the medinm, in ay
-past,ofBound ah d honest opinions, and may still influ
enc thie'juitgment of same honest m readers, that w
, have thoraght them worth a pawing notice. They fo
low hre: '
[A-ro the W-shings-Te sh,.XayS-1
So truo, as is the self-evident doctrios, that! all me
are created free and ea'ual' 1 0 P
elective governments the people have a right to chang
their officers. Admit for a moment that the placing
man in office invests the right to hold that ie to
life, and where is the value of the elective frachis
Where'is the security for faithfulness in the disehirg
cfits duties ? No man accepts an office from an id
that ha is to Buffer in his own private interest per
'ormming"its requtirmonu ; therefore, me *bligaU4b o
Lhe pal ol'the public is created. N6matchaawrigh
to claim office as exclusive .property.: therefore, a
-cORIplaints of injury when the people deprive him a
,office, is* without found action. ofdes
__nnti-" The benefit of the few, whose right It is to ontrol th
Man#; hence in those ge ,e
ed urdars and privileged indivduals; a hereditary
lkiung, and a hereditary nobility. The doctrine attempt
ed to be eet up in this country, that individuals and
families have a right to certain offices-that because a
iman has long continued in plaee, he 6ught not to bt
removed whenever he shial be careless or unable tc
perform its duties, or whenever he shall attempt th
make of Ids office an instrument to abuse the public
will ; this doctrine is a raliedeived fom monarchica
practices, and should be exploded ii this free republic.
In this cdedley ef unqUasiionable truismi, and Uas
foundod assertions, we are to-find, we presume, th
apology. or defence of the Admiiitration, for the n.
discriminatng and sweeping pime.ription-we can a&
it by another name-wlah is visited alike upon thh
high andthe low, who ware not worshippers of th
Idalof the-hour. -
Before entering into any examination ofthe eircua
stances undar which many recent retovals have beer
made, we must be permitted to ask where the doeic
has ever been "attempted tb he setup," or been ayow
ed in a.ny manner i6 in thbis country, that indiiduIa
*a d families have rights to certain offices ?" or wn
it has been ever denied that an ofn-cor might rightfully
be removed "Iwhenever ho shall be c:areles, or unable
to perform his duties; or whenever fe shall attemp
to make his office an trumenl to abuse the pubho
will ?" If no evidence can be produced, as %a are
ster there cannot be. of the exisoee or assertion of
the absurdities here imputed, would it not seem
to follow, both, that :the propagators of much stories
feels that the course, pursued by ihe oministrhticn in
' regard to removals required justification; and that nei.
their truth nor justice, nor the public interest, afford
any grdunds for such justification, and hence their re-
sort to these purely imaginary and supposititious at-
gameute. But let ul tetsomeoftberemorakbyth
'Principles implied in the remarks of the Telegraph, as
governing the administration. -
Is General Harrien recalledbecaush hearel
or unable to perform the dties of his station Them
-C&nnOtLo-y_ dd l- .--M^W -
pointed, no intelligence was yet received in this coun-
try of the General's having reached his staticn. Had
he attempted Lito abuse the public Will" by means of
his-offico.e--still less; for-even the Jsxcwon papers were
sadulous to commend/his abstmnce from political
quesLions between the period of big appointment and
his departure from'the country. These then were not
the grounds ef his ;,IQ : still he in recalled, and an
expenditure of r18 000 is wantonly incurred to substi.
tuto for a ca yabla man, just entering upon his duti,
a man by universal admission, greatly inferior, and
who cAni.dt for many months reach his destination.
Aain--l Mr. Barbour recalled for any of Ike causes
assigned above? Is it even pretended that there is
any other motive fer his recall, than that of his having
preferred Mr. Adamtao -Gen. Jackson? Anddid ike
man", demand that another eighom uhomadul,
of their money should be wasted, in order that oie of
"'the fet" should reap the reward of his personal de-
votion to Gen. Jackson?
Can'caielessnes',or incompetence, or abuse of offi-
cial station, be alleged a explainiWE or justifying the
re'jent removals in the custom-house of this city; and
that of DistrictAttorney? No man who value his
haractor for voracity and hoSty Will pretend to
assert this; and, in like manner, we would ask for the
evidence lny where, that official mal-reassnoo or in-
capacity have been ever intimated as the cause of the
'changes recently made?
ThleEvening Peast wv are aware, has Laken a bolder
ground respecting removals and appointments and
says, as plainly manoed be, that offices are the rewards
whereby parties enlist and Pretoria thei supporters p
and that however declamation may rail against the
practice of s using them, it is one that obtiis iver-
sally; and'particnlarlycites,with commendation, in this
head, the example ofMr. Jeffirson. To tho leo have
memories-a commo'dity ofwhich the root Must fain
believe its reade-g as destitute am itself-ihe notion of
the Post. quoting, with approbation, lha example ofMr.
- Jefferson, on -his-tacesion to power, mustseem par-
prisingly bold. But we deny thactsneh a prattice Was
mafictionel' by Mr. Jefferson; or, that in this, or any
other civilized country, that we ever heard or,a change
of administration should, or overdid, lead to a mweep-
ing change of all personsemployed by shegovernment,
from the heads'of department, down to the mostin-
considerable clerL. This, we epe4 never was at-
tempted before in this country; ner, as we believe, in
any other; and canqat be resorted to, any where,
'without degrading t.h standard of official duty, and
rendering the tenure of officilsaindpnetuo
eycophancy, and not' open cpct rhnsy t
in effect to convert the truh e o h Pol it h
serrants "tional uniforms and substituefri rvt iey
C a n i t be n o b je c t t o ,th a a y t a t e ei.
grasping, u nheeitating "fw"woerrndteio
and propitiate him with thediyieaa ltey
should supersede the honest, teeprecd la kl
ful efficeem, whome place andpoieteyevt n
thus subject tha nation lo at es ra iko osb
the changs, without the poseblt fayfi en
madleP This can hardly be.S faas(eedsf
departmnents are concernedo vnohrofeao
,honcr and dignitv.--andno mroilinik-
e ver hflnoretle or responsibl-otikiesnbe
mad to be expected that they efle yfinso h
existing admunistration ; by hs osari on-
dence, and are 'associated iitvewofplc bu
even then, the pubie, the naoni woeduns n
[be licaoflthor@ whi ae supr ceeoheswc

.' ": ... I/ ,, '.
*l *? A.I I^ & h, fh ltd -- e~idstfon f about 50lelanids for export, the business bas been
.. I I i iwhge, o a onlyf NIS bout two feet, in a mile-th ta C ill eloquent.ail Aa serBIBn,1n wbiiA Ihe sttu, _
a .- Y n id 'a' worth .I'- .. I;. ng holy tolcnsumer.,TbeWouitn f omad in th m nuf farin
1 Dten t and a w north y in all respects are in troduced.- could, the helpless md ivdu a i w ho had been y e r .. .o b o
Has this boon the cas6 with President -Jacksn ie n to t hes cellar...... .. om~ntn 'ihI Anwou nld p i ant- w ishing more- part O d vh dsrit hent mroe',btth onrry cactyrncnr
lot is I + h"i, ca,: .m ~ d ;- onsequ~ence, how ever ....., constrnaio--,-- jI ch I,'h 0-00peo.-n..s.ikwie eniby e-.an teeomnginorpeato- .~te
'or ........en among b,. ............ r high" and ," t'. at first prevailed, a fallquarter of. an hour elapsed be- dress me b Pay lte.- .S M E P E TNPosiim, ared 30 n rahd86 ua t is.)ot.Pa' il o h upesonoGl oe n
in guiihfed posts, those best qualified and of the, most fore any effort of this sort was attempted; and during I .S.ock.p1.1.( .) Post off-, J6. -daueb i s l ati e clay not have the i
c o~nsicuous fitness and'cffapacity ? Fax otherwise. In this space, upwards of two hundred .of the persons h nwse.rbatneanec ote no, .reut cae fr
lw T e" whs hadbe n rcciS ^ 0 ^ iad eobthdntbn+. =, I^C, 3 ) vW .-^ E soel aa ^i ^

:~ -fri ^----
1w lis heads the iovelyr nhmenthas ben lowered, and its m- h .ee ep itt. +'c- bu.. d. ot A ERCA .].,--. po
: a fI r" iao f e .y.reer.1ousdy injed,'ma-d their .-.apa b y.th e wi n l-no e m r'".-.... t p.. htt wh'
.i portentstations hive been eonnied to often&ana hr ,.r thla ,cellar and of the travellers'r. ro noma butwhn I w s slma by atac^ag o t former, '

is mrli e w me ; to rm eng of a class in a W fo rt t e ~ o A bany i foar i g m o catie w r o v y d i t i o e u u e ,. h .h ~ ,^. -t a g ain s i o ,los dof m erch an t bats re- n e m ue t os. Sh e fi s.l lo w E ca' e op n i el am n d t ba c r n 1 '-Jo h ncS W ells ant bA S T R em
e- reto m n ; o menof aol~i Idabtvtlt~ne~r beore ost'atl cdiise~serice of tlhis delay .w-ati, that nearly i bia .p~ured nort a3 am
ta r w e r e e n y a s t e rd ai l y w t h e dmea t d 5 o t th e n i t r y b u i a l l t h o se p e r s o n s w h o h a v e l o s t r t h e i r esp e ch a m oa.,,pe l o er s dpt ta p n ar. g unrn ar, n do d e l l i n h uee o u tf i t s 7 6 3 b a l e os U p l a n d a -t l 1 8 5 d o.e fle -G1rl a Co t o n o
I w et h us t p e r .in g to a wcl o s 'tho s e rip ca b l i n ig e m a pA gs ,-o f to l e s s t h a n th ir, a c t u a l ly aded f r m s u-ttoc a ti o tfe w w h h' e f

i. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~h hav for ahus-n lon i tt B t u r m.W~ ~ d o o n d h saten o .;; ^ 'y g "1 R&e s usta ine n bem inent cha ver gun~ foldtr o W ha e rin. t oe schrusi. E l hzabofeth, u, I of t .~ SINC OUR LAS
which ."A otig tidal -et ain a fre, h S.We ,erly t h comparatively, having been .inled o fthe s po. tby to h o c-- I"-Sicken at a gr e at of I c i I
wIichtw e ra n obdpth of th o fall, or by being crushed with. T:e amlng,;tr,.l or v te ma n ,for dt h ..t' ra o i _c tc e shadcn tmu -offo E Harbor, a
.i ,hunts is L z.r I" [ +:: ""' Iee ~ n e. I
,1.ow utterly fttilir s t.,u rtoi n n that In the recent l ofS: Ma.e .y old b eg (u lind er dt e to snsealit w iti O thes e ir us a t efe na had ben aprb. e ta r h i
o T h a 1 n rk nts th ere h a s b es ein anyl o p i d o -) .f L O th os e 3 We b u pr tia l y l itt jo ure d h a v in g.i v -o h ie m u i to pri s ed r On ea ca me reu d er the h oo e si bo w ,m a ndt ang AN r JO UR NAi L

The Js -Iork +_unda Scoolm. Unon c ttlre sate th meire ciape ynar. h a "e re ;"el l d-"{Po heEein t' 'nartehos ndi le atcua aa o':and --sf ot rmSadihIs+., icL~i, al
Ain -.Altt.ose 'h^ I d -ri -t .. in
-teir Ioca rn er at C G r l -^ ^ COMMoCATB o Mr G. had such to for its ai rd,

D n on hew ol nubr appr e ndiai n g of- ert athi tci onye foe the^ pir esc ap a sale d m nto ned Cosl~ Thc c,,-r ,p st^^J ^ n ~ r uc aoto Ther A largen t b ox twasthrtandn overoa, POR OF ror E %N'wVl i RK MAYr, 10cfi 1o P a.e1&29 a. 1
o" r ,were m mo untr15,ine hom ,s washt whc lefto yes e ve rod radua, o a e eem t o red d it n a is O mi nous which uookof the h ou a n the yone O n -_

AT EST o r O s service. ii o~ -bs of dc et, -, .h cours -, ..ru r l an .ot n u ii ~ t T h r dy^ tohemoy sa -aof her ar nso a nd off the.fa mily H ighK8 ofW at rk erio-m r!l~ i m ringabeu af1Ui oter h~
.. ... .. t -y:pc ersi n s, -" w ere ex~ricated afro m tr 'ip r l' -% 2 'dat ..1. ''-E e i 7. .I f t hls m de o6f_ bu sin ess (e ll n y u t o ) p o i u u l a o t 1 ,I .IC L E
_ BThe-s ..a..t North Americatakes oer; wthioho er .lrm outoteodn teeyar d: ueona.h ll.,.. biie rtl.: -. Mates in amoralityir.P ,3the haphgad The r B s nP riot ta be Ve ry tti doceedings Sohi Dubina. t .l.l ,pbut& Co.; He-
. .. ..ved^ X from~veS ^ ^ wer~e Tacp l~ositenrd a,29 a .n prodrdthis Report a la tnrsessio ne-,e t he Supreme more tf other l
ne m borrow mor mnia pana.l daypbea tt or .Albany ; std arting alive -wB e oeoivey e l i ted nre nt ro ,( f h. ,&-' "1lidun em e;t t o tat. e tL 'rhert r April) w ribh m oody. F 9no E.o D. Hur.p -
keat 8 o'clock int .orin. Ie.or fi ee+.-pt I., eis ( .'st "Ido b vt unh ~th
th mh e C a th o rn in.e g .-Tht ore the A me ri ca le" o f s Tan od, placedin b es r e- r o de ,:a.-sl/ 3_l -- ,.." i nfi c r i: r,, t. n c.r 9 M ary 's, wi t of d is Th u esk b elievAd th a 3L E AVkb SIN C E O UR L S C e ;

- ^ ^-. ^ ^ r n n o n n w ere on be utd b h ir re a vi .th lf r sp ct^ p v ..i b,.,iy In- .l.-3 i ar^, t on p nH pe sad r te aa ord ~ eharL,? n si g i e r t a d e ln o^e o h e r D aihniomiP I" s tl W lo v I 0 VG^~a M
i hesnc .. Gdrorori h. ....... wh a ':'" e c... adec-e" t 'e" t.e pre aty o f'ned Jhat buth,,- rel ynw i Swim,, elr respee3l-? i n a,,te h,-ebn,
at, an dwas offt.orliandt ,tri et at 5 minutes before 9 P: U. ,-e-Lof abo6deo.". he roumlj r takrrn out dead asw tvln- l-.- h~nal ': "eer ni i W m nha -'r ie :r& rve;B~
'. ." ". + .... .. ,- I:~ "- .-,n, ti~ im ,- th syo-a l
ys thus performing the whole Utrp, ilatluding sopagsl -qr e to p w ,...... ; y',. 11 V 11 :LyasF l nBd.CurLa M lr
,iippgs tv w r. d doh "" o onL:6 -" yE .I -"_,ti 4 ,Ir-nk Dvi 3oks dm.
u-mtn'hourgand W yninymmtem. Th u fo .Xo wcns]uater ..-.+, .. I ,-a' hs,..toI. .-oo,- f ,1,n 5C

U_ i lhthe beiee a.eye n riii npc ve Poi t, w ith the tide, but against a. fresh S. -W ester ",- '.Mirtin' has been pion ounc'ed guilty olf Betti n a ir to York, ......r" '" .. ... nessA RI E S NC O R"eS
ve .,.-."Ig *- fie .a.d.Ship. ,a.r ... ..., had, to de1 dat'fro,
)I wiud, u a de... .. ho urs 35..... m inu.,tes I M mnst r, Ifh aninsait e statelbf i m mi d ,and has :..,. ,r. r m,,,r,d ,Jl hnk,"w here is the m an fo th rd IF L1C v, ha in il Iris teg e h d c n i uod f rs r e r n h q s iko & *to P kns& o. S ld
S. ...., e.. .. T. ?l he..... .. 1. to ,riri t6a. ait the will of 1is M majesty. "- ...u.d -nwin g in or da e tou se it? ble -t i a e so ha i ng a ha d been- ad & er t l
li .>,l,.inr.Bulp r n d ho]mpK uvei'telLOND ON April 3 -w e have little to rem ark relative to the [ Th 4 and hry be n reah r injd f om p eso s t f r f or- o r vin fo r a n ca. 5 do n ,r ad -

.> --l.d ....uale-byconc-8ionorfo-c-and e(teunads a nd co m~m erly affars.- The iatter arercto exrcemdeteymae u b tlid ano f nylwfl cyi hrdeeh-rod.I. :a ig.' 'ch"for~romlo W lhEed.hr
tweir annM v ers ary a t C as tle G -ar da to~ ortow aft er- toressed--pi e haps o f n eever m ore so--and as fo r the fo rm er, there ais IIlg, e ......o.. of ., t ie 'sn ryey a w a entrune a th h ou se pn in th e ic u fti o hip la P ars B t oni ro Sa ni I sla ns ; long 5f.E ok e ihi
on ri gon iocesion arcely any thing doingeine hem. it is said,ihowever, that mo-tCOMMUNICATI E HN.he cal led to Fe rrn ave againdben -of Bos trog lim N.W .cas Reon Aer icans. Al tlo-hal
noon. The whole number p.aend n, entloin, is ore "g one Ont e eaternaer n g.ltCo nso sffor the AccountuIa e THE GULF. OFeEI O I G l and1 47sip L n t Wins o

ill 1 at to firIe.atc-dI Thecrfce tdefenontdantPpaharwilfal o nrotwii-te tere te wetrt5 e f h Foid id e dgihsf h c m on elt. t .. f 6 ^ ^^ ^
e ifwill i t is s a id p r o b a b ly a m o u n t to 1 5 ,0 W 0 i s o us T h e w h i c h le ft oW T y s te rd a y a t 8 7Ar o pet e d tho s mtern i n g a t b atW e b e- i s w o svd oee aid t he afao py o f t h a r t r n Sne ois h a r g 2 Io r b w i r sf cP la t

ge T h. L'; for Money1 kthpy of the ^^^ Bor ftogncr~a nena~ poeet a i up-the house and thrti e arthe y erun w oma ri Leandero ooisd o;shrGeyond d -vin
11 T.. E.. _, .....:.- "^e iscd._ho reoent la weWereethen done atr87d, ando tnoa Blese at n t7e;. b tot ofvProvid eoey,[ of thodoaedpotor

S-o neh os alfuone, an dex l tusive of teac ers mustere laeven .n .h islato vhciooomplt o h s ur e s h ord nt es n n u m r p y ent, whcnvulions. Oet her su d nan d vol en Te sh'i p Edward, lite
o T, h ei e A h io pe t o ft ustv C a t er bhur ,oo w e d h i ss "Gra c e, t 8 7o T hehua vt, Tie.ie o n i 8 2 7,h m ade tr .tha per s on a l t e x a m i ai n t h e n c o ant c s h a t h e o f e f f e ct A n a y m tt a s e tu r o po f o r Mi l ar l S 3 ,1 *
br, children. hur per l nts are at ttrfo to 0I2la Eachtet er Bills are quoted a wnd th o Atil antfMe eico a the Gulf wag man Ja sp) B 9ackle r i of 17 daS f m Li v erp and
o, The o "r Lye sterday-. India Bonds are tifying the lo er they are i i.otrd,,a n t on -oth Bildes of .thahe..s P h "s^r' P?1ii r r i Lanc
L A T E S T F R O M EcGL A M D c a5 t to I. r I i n t h es c o u r s e o p eogr u a -y a.. c r nu i nir y te v l t h e ^ s o n a n d e ff e c t s v i e e i g n e dk iiunt
I BY the Packrquisip ofale dr onid Earl En.....shlk.t- M.like t ordegnalr arkea ttieSoutI .r;,r. ', by )m Gekaur i n. l C rrlol the l ,ac o FloProsid a, and the d navngation filth the dony of he par ent s and lo order b hr M N razillian ks
am -iskill., .gainstrit. when an adjourn.e.t closed .the .. ..... .l ."-?1..,' -1 the I.:. r.. a t I iib ha of te ... 'r' [ ,bever tle doubt thaIs1 'n;ef,. lo,, long6S, 17 spok billbili
r- rived yserd any from Liverpool, we have ledetvedol r paper Bueno s Ayres Bonds arc at 24,1. The transact ions,,iowe'., romBoston-. -N w .......

3~~~ Iisetl wih h Thccli Bal Ca which proby~ thisTned mo ntot~r: Rep ortle ~d! ef'l'" h a n"P" Pike shi Caledonia, Rin 0-Hirso, 1 r if I ^Mterlra. A n~l d 4h
,n frro b that place to t h h r the 4th of Aprebafroyd, to thve3dand haeey een very limited. .I t.. f. ,,f'COP., i tI I f whih o hre co fiere evrey wounded -one nthe Fore ab u sixiii A i April, tol 3n &U Iuo n6 P s peela.
la Lloy ed and Shipping Lists to the 9d Of-A pril W e last night received French Papers by pres from an w h i "ie Atla n e I t. t.h e l. ote:tho r oug U e s m u ketimes a rll MW rs
we-ho extinct t ile f ip ollrder t I dn to se in too annw t minula at l"a date of the bs accotnts, Pomnsult. o n lo riat, la n oUt pa ctic Theco ast on r.0.^-.,? ; r im^ fr Gr ay.i o l. Wflo i olo,
Cil I e Cathol ebill wa broug ht before -theiHouset of b Lo rds "" A ....... RI s oS".Krx ocrn.i. c b Il h eit1to lf, b the rone r te forr otf o b s p et ^ I^Ban s .e L .
1 n e t e r n a s t ro n T he o d. ve ry g r e a t c r o w d w a s F i v e pBCe i s -L g ri h e a a1 ,ti a p p a h e d v T h e t e r e a s e nt o e j u ry ta t i f ,r r rt tr
a d r a w n w'e l"th e r t o h e m r t h e d e b a t e s a n d ihe csp a ee a r o u nred 5 0 0 o f, 5 0b. 5ic .g B i .' a .. ,, I l ... I h fi v, o t' a t g. uorn w a s d i c a g d 1 t d f a h t e d nW"1 1h a .
or Aprethrone waese o upied by L ades & bo the h house ws -'L1P who ha gradually co- e and settled in ,,tcapitnihand 'soairce8 off tate fro m w s a c ul d be "rn e Lieiii d bertj. Sch ris P hiaa ia, wit coal toSBe, .' .
I- -,d". So a't lqasr'berme thi-tr ilEVr-ngion m':d p cannotobargiv 30a asfact ry accuntof. thieirm ,.a of.... a.I.-. tupplitd.h r_ _od "ak r.wihOaMarwn 30.-as cert aip rs crl cat gotiation..e hr;o ral." H.d:9
t h e a sn c o n d r sadb gs o n h e b i tl l. w i h a s p eec h. H d c l a r e d t o t h e t re a t y o f ,th J u ly h u ,ron y w i th a n d b u r t n 2c l T he i e sth i sg ac
t-that he believed a very ezteni,va 'e iorg mt uen prevwiled N il, ollrd C,, ,,ro,_, % o im. ,pi, v:t, t .,,.....!.,... ,.. 7. b y.vrdctofteuras Gt tbthud metivAppalrekofthaeh Sara, foa caua.
- Irelandtf ierehadnsof mi ho er, in Ita uppears fh hen f romM ,t., J"",ed d;'"he" ,u e,,,v d efend ant'. counsel .,,r ea m o fi. ,IT.r f t o

Ther p prain .o th aprahn apinb .^f S e e~n^^^^ ,'de thIIIP ati~ a toh e n atuacedevirit ofe withrwudspl the niblssfy in g arrest ofjud rusetha f the Coffen e ware notIndct-ngoads &c.r tonrF G Left.4d8.fB, Mac..hirgClorn e .
a lud ed to l te evsen ts. T he h % T s d the mg o ng, o f "g rA. u w +r a e we a. ... :;r .,. scf .1-P t o feed a cansl h a in a d ip tasrray erh":et,, '&11 'ery,'," ce"ed '' ", ....... rr" with..t "o ur.
ei r ates, he end vagore onbffice si s. *' te able to effe ct a loan -ong ihe 1co 1 c a fbt I., 1-1 t insmestimateslfdxens..... esos,, i l fs,, :.r. Th.:,.te.o.e a le ee .......hr.H We. ... ,.,i- :wth ,navalH .....itr e.
p of e "here du nh the su er. nd n B ," Tt," o I. ,.h i -. posed opinionsAoftheBoard of Eng n Teers. Tet .lh w miia connu mt the Sgnor0 for "r'yiden ?cJsoon N & hAl'";!.'r1e "!,? "^ M

Casllghonat to tliaplCsteeei .rbalnary theth on clie catiory prpoa ls ofe Pra ontoo, mog lefM xio T eS wa-e h w vrban.uh ryrrB hePesdn o h CleeO o r Jh D i ,r ilz tH Cook.d~ hrbatwsai
Q landtue aby concession orforee--ad thenatte meanscivile had constantly efii d to receive i, I dai.are al:ready rnde..l,.,; dsruo t ons the S oantaF e aoerourso at th h e nelv oo d." ,,, -n m rr l oadina. Mah9rtI l re o h P
t to in th e a ff a irs To fCGre e e N D, A p, l .% J- it edn d J a u rian r vrl w u d e esn o e hsu n dr e d a n d r s t ed b y
war. my .,ords amoneo ittoewlmProbablyhavepassed ,aro vernent to l starni......to .:;.. thee'a and wt to M a c e rt jod dH e nt of ethe r t wo pographi HARden attached l the Hou se. m4 e4 1ln 51S e
1, larger Period f Jtheirlivs tw r s than m th e a and pr o.' we boernotheca atlak'nepyloaybghnweye i Ann &y Ei za, dotwith cjet e.
flalsrlmioni. e n w'rl 37e thhs po ints 'nid proa-e to w h e- w as t fro to divae hi ree sapeak on the ,,r.t brig. beil to rt o lina, 1 ePara.4da
... ba -.-.. ....wa, i........ itsay,, --;satscoul a i, by any ,.a f m cak
Pscrlficea whastever,eVe none monetho fcbillwar -t(hearyna ROMEurMaraht h.1Ite now rep t 5owlan d.'o e 47obab'e.th t hentos r wo'parttf, emp w;Sc :
n in ath ationtry to whichIwasattached fIWoulds ain inhear )- R i onE, ar hn t"o. d.e Grtcg'- the other oa the west s the Fe gi st ure oft e a l th at W e ar-i for b r Fo st, andam. Fa rm Bl tim ore, i n r

Allg~~fneine ZeiLine elcto the 25th Papal Chair will allow on Cadia CaRi R s toc i tl 'Tm s-M r o L~k "*h rri h avn s ng "' -prto _nti iy.n s-neddt de& oW W T u. ,,,
fof do i t-e chemrs)--because l may thatthre i enothin e Thob .h ofcourse, nothing positivecan beaaffirm be'aThin w d .e m em i rs, m and cart t h at It and 'dvaint lagos toeotfo the I arnish'a g Srgwee. Spoke.pr iI B. a prtlet im att1 o N 3357 tg o-
.. ... ti ct e r h e ,r "o I, "G i t ".B r em e n o c k D a rl g,( u nd e r s t oo d f a st M a l ln'm.)o f
-.that destroys and preventsProsperity ad-much as etyd'war., brehand, on~thiB Ipoint.,yet this reoprtsers to mrit ~s~m, eat- -latin- too theMarin; rry fo
..Tile hand of, man re.ralied against hillbrother, against his'tentlmn..I -ngtote uies xcuedyMaorPrrul', i PMaCae o, 5,ieswet bi W tsn ,.eltaoA ia
Ap, ne tgn r--h r"aam st h as p mther- -me servant against G REECE. decree e ed the P"ui e issued byn c the Pr dent g ade, were f .... to. the Board ang Som e whisk e a d oneeiv ng b refused ting dpa BEL O W -Br g H a na M f I

11 I,i,,g---, ^ ^ ^ helt th Ao t Air M aret R iw y ~t ,=l,,.U,^ *\ n^ r; n h a T^^ ti n 0 re onstrated with-h wim, and ur" ^ -lD0 Ve on, Boston, 70 day fr n. d Si,M ssn,s
, n k e -- ta b g o efwctuhich was once his deie ht be. b w hichtGreecesis divided into 11 depaitm ots e ofwhich the Mof ileoruiry l st. Pr iouth e comp etio Bie M a g ; Swi l hon, of I

te"er s nfso ndd .ut" '' ^ S^ .. .. ,+tha.i a be "one wit Arr-ved A ^S
p t oe c u n and sttutiln., IMoreamci cudes sepenand thilandswhich now form pan rt of thesesuv ys,the Board, summer pa ,wh beng 'se, ar e d- t hw, m nk w ith fGiBr a& rde. dot.eau, airfo l.N O bI.. L

Irto ~ "heRubiesx "
T hoe A rc b h opis _po f C an terbut. -fo llo w ed e o te R e s, hs ac oi ep .. .. ... 1 ofo. o f v1827 ,m ad ca persono n al ex amn s T i s m isch ie f i ht p ur p os e J o C or cn g W a wrenm o m as M as-a in on t, from B oston G enoa
and.opposed the measure.. .. The letters from Malta ofthe 8th March m,',-pfli,. ,ieliuo. Ate te cufl te abl-atwsoretatMesiah t Fb.NoAmr.veses.5tcAri.ndt35Xt
1- The Bishop of Oxford, Lord Somers, the Marquis miral Heydn was occupied ia fR -ying wouldibri,...comros.ith.....whothe coaputonI
_.r tile coast 'on 'b oth sd of t .......--l.--Th-----.-I _--

R^hmnd ^rlponhi~sa ar-fe0odthlis: EGoNAd,'Jatn .tSiexthausntibl heuanrtived of^ ri-, routesttg ?^stc^b thOeN prl2,Eein. Sof^Ae ^
In theat i dDahtGd ilrl 18 -^^ pur~oe o fetalahe p n g agzies R eportiuon be orte u s t dnb aye em s ofiOctob rao 18-38n Theavrtin) __ 7whlhm.Ti heat *s agas loer Brig theis dutyay Caravdn fin Sti;Oegn olo;Eia Chrlsout w ithrmand
.:-'t.edZ w0 i'rino^ Ihe rat quate eare sadtwith vne oniealEuo hnil n h piaeo Iead h D k .Ytetporpy-X ai rowrtesvedlntlogaotin tee, executed fasorets14:4 in ah86 39hort 03m -b auxata-D Forest&'10? GiS Fn~o i^-avere^
vueop of Losdounj the Marquis of Salisbury and Earl E ncnerce thosnaalreydy in s Liv t hadiac sloap whi nd aere eka ys p la- e Penn Y orf F8 or 45 Iid os 8 000 60 3 now p.
~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ gsb nifile- t-;h-e ... i-.... ... edta er aoersitstoo Te-X' of_,appn ; t -,
is ichsindEal W nehl" a, ar. Hae- odJ theBi l ke doNA,here, -S It ousdavscnd wrksehavearrivd., rin..: route s on 1 "" a i os
senate.IS .ouse. w -landwhared.rtmhynowr thsouder Whtte, 55 donfm we Grende, with h, ,,.s, &c,
n- E er eesdrhder of to ny sad entereda e 'rot ngf layd etsureihartor whe nati;itibn Findin Oats, tho s. o y,1ent 23,il Plataoit 'Thedfral:rsnouso
y ok. te.nrn o f ionau.e vr L,'r c. d anger ous pus litons e o f which tt hafre & Sora-toorde.rd,2fronth
Ies dr h e dienthwhc he nac aseh a fas aloe nn v toince th o ... .. a.ni nsor n ar oland, : 1, .0 sa le itd wn.: M ;e een gates lai0 oluia, C arlioin;Bie.,orRioaei r

te b n trv ..... '+ 0 -. B _v ite.. d,.sate 'h a 21,7 The .mall fro ulm wost ntnp, o[1- First That n" shi channe -d*a6l-d e l- ^ ^^^
ablat e h uo an .is;om .r's^ "r itBdai th at ot hebr u ld n e dvr ed ingr st .alng tck+ ', 0.0.:r T 00p Th following of tei
s . : q P Y talked ofimpere It wouldThae ben wiew rand Vizer-h d'o t antv-: Ic .. 11 ..a'a re

t~amo nc uatlm nS st^ anfhe mth e vienehe orr re uder e der eofthe e,,, G cov R )Rfnnientwe ono a rtorlan t
isLords e --noh g oh on-oth tked of tfre he ay geaer souiarye op wealti bean an i Itthed natheio eth' ofl, betwe en $1 '66gd 75 the A. sile.
fdthineternal u es t o n tered aprsnetsda man posesse that the dang ers o lchraie.t.'attitilon wteago- Cunt b eran Rnoarh, 453b547 ve sse c''1 B p rc 5 per co t fo r brow n, to 70 e fo n the S ald Bown'u ll ,aint, Croix, witar aI, on- -
IS ttle e ise th"e ,C a-hoic.ivee ntl ispd rvced, to th e- o bt l ai cop rn.ore ir o 6 a o w a fork. 1 I ,
t", lin L -' I-. I"i.''a.. .:. .,su plof-thse Capitae and Mthfedar siwe bofth e m ntion te Road to a vll to %PIo '- 5,00000 ad
wIVIENN AoMn h o oor on t archsecon nd1nT.nar .h i rhe C "na nirom Consat pe, oMofi ,re 32. Id. Oas p n, j_,._ o 9 o
he 1o .oo no y" Orleans, 5:50 0 ewa. 3d Rye' 38s.e sa btylat e;e and ..
l '_o'eT.he'tehingeofinthrtanst e. The b ew Grand Viaier-hnnogivent'ttryougnt ofaml f ut, tweirvmeanslof suhsist, resupp omlte nne.e L s ^ ay e Wpri 3.he Am virpritlow3331) lo
heL iashlasaacoun,,on thta riatuFes lridn tht an t ear .go I was i wd, T best p assa ho acanalss 16G681 on ,o" b'atrmus e naad seitesa 'te sumdmiti Nu rkane i1, N loakc
a te re h lno be n gaori th eorde rf dhe d raoyin thae e Gen 0 a ms fi mth S enchpa a pt r lde iofdt o fa r thtvh-e .or a a 0 ,h.anowen;
e Ithe w l noth i eanlIs, toug ha tOr-hbn italken l bttar h panah.g yofrminliar yeration inbree fmisontFed either tGulf, blop aend B n"a ok Cr he O hk and not hav ng proued the slih e of re. Oat eea Rio ro; Antwer, Orio, Stoniing; B re n ,
liuaor t p i o .aoe o/lracscot bea wee tpe -ort. a el are hesappr re t a there hap e n o me d erions wofrki ra ehex-a' Thro, N iork Havre, d o. .
menrenareetion~e fo the oean veroa namne 'n be- M i -r .. .. the497 -L Apl 4. ---- ,To O DtO SIP G LIST At.^ri. 1'.- phred
oI r .U ...s i ao lm i ae dir cnte t o thr-ineoif obt;ait iny ra e mili aree q te s aisoine o they iwta surve tent e cn u re ofty toie Missi- we "t infre thns (I ncain7 to his al vi^ 1 Yo ian Pingh, LILA F a n, with'sto

Thre crowd "rm~ ound th house ofod nte cn upyo the caitln the tarmy Oine o .ft th at he- i ~re. Th r Ivr s- 12 at aodo d O~ 'n' mean _sT ^ orn. IaV% n-vte' rdll&T.IhAD. I
ptlt ann vor n bothomuse.wasJewsnot h e b vle graed uall s oeyan d mosto the dren ,h f o r 3n,62 suc h oA order .of abu oe w y-

i ea ed 80 ibouthasi^vd le n the c Mtem nt. J ^ dhrmn ko h Evogapn and urace all B :sources of atter frm whihsof elawrge Ba caa coul be -[Iiit-100 Dem erara .i teo Ii-M Como WeI Inia al "*?IoN H'I~ctT A
e le s d haner thea ta p eroo Ec. P P : te fork o B C e q *a it L Soo l p l e Risin g 8t T m a!S ph, wie a lotof o, Ir
.e o eReia wi:s beld cathe s duriivnt asum ere Te satis fu o ao t tl d of thei, s a ns-- Tof gsubs itth suppiei dorne
,1e o,; I betee2d. Thmb 70t poassiageacrossatore a-enres g F the rid GRA A StoL Oght OurdMsAC ien theralEGEt loan dishrn h Mo ial fin ri nnBi moal.
Iliaetghehn o to hemPapalChio.so he n umba er n arItI ea ,rt on bt oecan on: "he subjett o firm pubvTeli,,n ir Ma ol has (e3,8o6) an Of Meic. T9 larg nd airy, M 2 *

Spno f n a e It s e b e t h a f p s i h an is goern m endb th a gre e c n r tin t pg ea i pranc lof C o o e adf e 14 r w ac ,stetersb rof3 4 b g H a o t n of S h R eV n ow n fpil 8n peorgto n sihip flou ri t S m uK hec
m a oLetie ors f t ardople w dargebeams, given titbI .. an-.i ,..,F. -r, ,r..., ... ,thl, ,,: ,tharnsi umpariitn o bsr, uth e dn, r wack lled ek, o t b ody l been D umb, in cof Sro rn,, d el e, w ith u ne. I I

. o p r e Th at p as y ear th l oo w i h x e ov r iia c ,frt he,' av w e pu rpo" s .e of i i. i0 i >. re,,~ ft th i ,i froute it i aine IB a y ip ed by t ale. D e f Aii e d h aa e r n d eS ter Su s ton, f in, N orth C a ro m .Slnaper. co no u nc .C r
thef ratte newGr td e Vipi rad ano yctmarive at prloecutinel an e ., th l a ll an wil dvarernceyhoweve until 6dptember, wh Dew1ryBocn

often ILC u iaoll a nd Turks ar gon nwtha prt ^ Peditio agai .rnst th MexicanStte. ed i n o elev ihii Icu p osed,'"*' H3hatb n atur l u resr o undabof uto woud blue thest baen t whihmmd H thas Flu ees -n of th eColleg G Mlare e recigI Henry, C u rc in',t Dqrden, 4 dT. fi W ih rg ior,'u N. C; r_
T i h f tlnin f h m n 4 ,)iltellec ;at. \a.ny,.,,ra te we a .r.e lqutestfine-d-ta M rayrto V okei & W lfe. ... .

^ ...a-~~~~~~~~ ~ .. not be^^^ able to efapp c t ar: loan ame ong t he Fren ch four~l any such A canalof abou seventy eighite mlan es hi t lengt dra tfor me p erie Nou sale havet akenp lae Qu arter .to o r Erd i zand Jane, Stcanton' fi B~randywinerc, with 'our .
wooeulpon it, wr e p epitato andthe romy the S Jnp. AMER A ST KrLngth An En .upr i..: c ai-.B lerk wouolle on c up;h with we&o 'G .
Pr O- of t eR eau resi a dW o pther duringthe sendingera thae"L" ndonr Suts of tile42.............. s. 1....... rea m,lt e F, and theuassentto d deso
Clar gole tubrofthe wsaalwhairsettled m e oue fLods ttheiswon catI o Wttal exra --and 5 0--fuor"t Bres T na k L ihtat6 'lok.
ea n:nen gitee PresdentsofctheyCollge; or of Mr.iJhnmD.nLed her__.es atnm o'clockin "he day ; herboat was iaeoro
,n fromeCe etno le a.dta tae ci,, t~s, ,-, ,por .. .......,I ++ t0n'n rle o toeal rm t
russat he n w Gat ndeVi zi eer haid n toye ar~m~ ived the .ens'' a. 5 iffl herbbymlentI. 1..... Lir al............a totherhor+ ht tad of St. Jyooupn's river, it woaw
SoThe A mer icatt n in of teub go. vTern me tew s dre ct e f ~ de1 ... .-h h- n o .S %.... -"r th =" cone o ricean:M ............ P re t las- h I. P tr"urhVa W shn to ,lnn ea n
t obaind inavg ca mtion, says he an ticlefro a Brind inthe a m .. ..ll be taken in..... ,_ ilm._. of..r.'0,U
I mo ne o Z measure aof thedO isthe',,nt i laill]] a I. 6*.L1MERICA.STOCK, ONDO, April .- ',, : a 1. Nlark' 4 riverom ud St Man rda dsxy eih y s ores. Y iu to~ eruur~ l b ath ,, it ; h r-V nB lk lt W ie rn.Lited ,Iln
S-r per Cens":--,84.,_ ........"........mile-,and theasco,' nil des ent-to ether.t o.hun-oardennatachedme the ol" I c llo, .accausaoo.sto ;Rolvaf-htopnorowoBatimore:Letd-r
. g Y"a n+ di o "t hen t v e t i 1% 1 1 -1 N 1 8 11 C m i e I r~ B s o h e
l r g e a .mb e o f .e w. s e t l d i Yt h C pi t aeld iao rdf th_ Wi s . . e.. . :. t92 i' I Ial -. I.. . .," .t
cano t gitve a:'sti~ osfact ory ac ~coun:fterman s o o fbi L st Nm w-Yor k taeiv or-fi Can al Somc"rsnuk. nownI a' tS ow. ;: E ,e.R .. Phi delhu ,iludu ttivu
..iti.be io medlc ..5 e eln.t- ofi tIdrm--.. -t...... .. ... ..o....... "1. 9. I 13. o .pony r v ie fr wtm nit. erg u t d i l n a i m H E M R 'B A K F R S V N Sd .- : -
1 1 6.. ,ut~o ~t" P emhor Ce nt. ofin New-Y'. clled .th. -0Ge t, ra-, .. .....rall e lt o the cdt rm teC ea ek ote 0!\W l ppt eev eoiso ihint tteofc Sb n eia odh ue aa 4dyt orn
Prusi h s ... .. h eternine .to .! ,giz. ..e P nea.:. 5 per. Cent ... *"''K. '.'I.. *.... ..,.:u ,-2"i -- h a fS.'o nsrvei o l'['e esl r oo e ,O19M idnL n ,cme fF ot, ,l(pStt )ad Let 6hA rIbi ai m rcn adarsGae ;H l
S oth Ame ricanoRe publics, ""Thv e int-erro aests O naea h tt'L ..... a ond.... ..... .... ........ '1.. .. .. [96 1'T, 3al,,1il eopne{r ayfrth tpups'b t ee"h h us-f lnd\nd ,-torS lm.2 o 0ol ;m rS lia& i a
Bank... .......0s..j.0 P tinl fyi. tht usenharb or a t oSt. arys tothu St teron ea n jam'lok.Tisnnttto a hre rm B so.d.Psegigi.a m rcnbi.
'ine he tionresayes anaricl e fom Beolin in ther forh
mApotn t ms otmrp rtuato a n 's. :"ie +rt-nbisss ib .. .... ...... .romSt.MaheroLakePonchatran thhSaing solongin opeatio inthiuriyuad i"-itened t md"r& toW W oddr ,layng h IcnaEORG HA RIS Brke, hIe-I co
pen Illme asuremanwlldter eog iinyth yt the h .h ~ m h _t p ..st -..vrtn n lo '.;, UaO n I I catigiai' in w ud erneodsf n cm.fris aean datgeu eostfrte annsof Sh.E tepieyarltfasH rfr, .C tvet
otheoa u ntryad p m,sses hic quill ietain h h wlytk plaenabat Tof the Net o-York ,;.. d+ e ri....:"+ tid -our as anthe oyec trion o tea olou wi. n g rj.s -fdpstn
Consls fo Mxx r-theEdito it Sementad Seafarin Peope. ThepriviegeeaMereveri. l.U
tedC .- ..:..Eli................ P':
I hrem futu hre 0 t he duties of tewxtenaddntogeotoly 'ocaptai.s,
will beim edate La.t ^m ntdstmailItes ceas eadnarom, some ny tpersornaunk .ow ,-a;' rav n m rhatnie btasoteO tfihr en Rch od overflot ibs w efodiMonn
I n routetofo,,themonthhladdrhe ddnaloa eut ofrthethathaAn beenopublshed. Thel-rt, Prssident. P., W il.yn, Hacer
s no h oir t bfan v r ,I h ^ + ... -. -. .'Io uV ine P re1Ssid en ts.c
I7s and appointed to ta t import' A'.'-arnt o noaigon+ r-a useds.ron arguOliv;ertH. Hnclk",\hSecipetary ime o ,eri
I IN. . .' 'T rritor i y o ahe U c ed Sanal w hi h uponen Brworksa pedofNas au
peeth M~omdhs rsrent. r u N o m n willr, fulth at M sonCh Theoned ; othat s ,t e eha nsttob .sl % rnua ., n dt so o. .. ..I h sb e r ete i
l .o ha.ee lo ed u e e 8 6,i c n e- Grn el,-ia H l es.ob u. 'G b itl Ha a a'I.-
th enemStat e, and -ewith u h an d ~o hims velf A n itdSttsaa aio ,m i n .I r t r l .1r -I,- r.eo vefown tsbnk. Thsmsehef .lt e.m sJblm" o eitlW.Lwrne, hma a. oCokfr.aer
On teIO h ou f las. t n m .,-onth IUepadd essd an elo uenter ,thtohaveu e eer prablinsod m h twehed.s dbei pre v"e ".n.tedydks a dte"-pe ig a ti os tom etr1 eis.Jh oor. no .POcain islw rmB stntG iba
-e m o e a e e r r m o m z r h o i v . "= -_ a .) f r a o r w u l ..it...- eri, o h"1 P lm r, D a id R o er e'h el ti h tav e ,C a al e r.O r efr m ........ .
sp ec an o the Sy a cr ed C o l ge or i wi d m he il nic 'h th ardn a ] l e lrea y oh alace ofntheglaw ateursof ,the r I ssacn ls T[ .tuteU
; atgiondof herepw0 led ernthe n m selesfwthe oll aInighe hasdOmitted to metio n J ou n eais n hrcm ts t ,, r onc Icut.I' 069- 97 Indianoe. inrvOdn 'do.
nee -of.. "-fa'... R ode :.hd 95 9 I ssissi_ ,. I AtPlmo th4R ber3E wads d ;5ypeio alim re
rhespCa frdi na l'sp eh heaw s w~ o tnve l n rTe cSao ursde to theg "" ',t'
_: ie,, g of FrencheEng meSratthat had loopsayndreroiexSlo-nnaow Y orlrL68 1-
is Etcusnery withdter o dsci ty od f tlhe+time,a"which..... rei mportane tupror whe nationethanfell t- he Brat' sh ; en : Ao un t.yflvanC M ME CIA 39ORD7Frnkln3I
re dor as0resne served for caus. t hat ye fullhofalon- noio r ;thatisldethe moexhutibeqandL t"ities of,& Trrritoryland, he10ni0ed0Stateuorkk fltr I I IIM rh2.
t h ,r .. . .... 1'- I.. ...: V i r .L On iO N' 1 5P00 0 0 0S T -
..rone ni Inroemeteran teraonionof heFedral -,LOinNApile 5neavenng-mof'me, oble;Atrist. Lay ich ond Dlaw rean
fieneinte llpwerl ad f h DvneA thor the o U LaedStaterio. that I ovtofCoktame TiosaledldN comeBoduwhenAd
. fo urefaitht fith aones h o d will pa ceuns abrre r -...to.... C arniti ina,to tle000 day f o brid 1 78,902,
'teiiil-ae, _deair.. .. of throwin "ff all .au t dr awin Do torFanklinewould eeaecgensideaersagid owehnd hereaCarvastfn Bhi;eOegncostn;El90 000leson 0dar
midreio of thos e nwol attH/er th rtysive ls l --Thotinghe had" h e ces toa t hers ource alsw andt Chth arty lthor a tI, onnecticu2_Ot, 20. ...91,66" a 0 R38 h2, sn h ot fE r'p~ ncneune fte tn tGaonPecN ,Vr rz egon%0 c
,. ,. .orp va, oson;T.cl 2,Jefieson B ltior; Tiefi.LTrion
Rhode sterlarhdd r9atesthMtssissippid 49v'385pssessereahctihon herte' haverafalletantStilwoumdreCucbrlandeorabl".53The
shocin,. ecan ,ton ado-rk.. .F.. .roewe tmprveanoa;e'posira, peoortcm; lGpatr ot d. or-I
,respect._-_r.human laws without havingnree us mn trthy f renech Enginthan that radil~sed t f 'om t etreow mes l and Rorld 6,14 5 5Ilni,300 uynwpya ,ae nWet
Divin~ ; a S :qe ,t :htuY :t ot at m ac n P e.. ... --,- ",.1,I'16s.'8".; 'a"l'y, 'ONDtNhSzIPPINGrLtet, .. .....0a
" Evryore.o. scit.ad.of.leisatv- n p m-- con LaQ'ue r ioorwhen "-" : .' l t tIh rt R;;h d frons Whvan ia',39,28o2 t 'h Aabm a, .175ississi;Oas33.9.; y,1s d.OfPyoth2,Hpro, atmr;Bran2,Ps ol
ton p oT hio nas hfaottobteis w eek h avereendb o utce th eya, lefA rora.eir .rmr -url w P o to-R co; H m b ur24,
... Maylnd., K00.0.Aran-s-4-4 I, 'D "A ,--..V.... A 1' o .--u1 M riersad olmbaChrlstn;Bese*pmners. Yrk
dh Obdenam ed saclwred, eouertht fa ith, a lone ma ir- to cl- e _e .. ..nd fm o-r-. ., .+. I. ._. ,. 1. .. 90

ilw. The'flor of the travellers' room also gave w 'ay, -(,'neral' i iintn a"It 11 +h.,ld nr, inile N- T i,, ..n ned about onis.'jst
and the whole descended in one ma lo owellar. t) f., I LIVERPOOL, lotoAprl, IM. arr. fror Portland; .enr., Jones. d Me"seng'r, Parer,
r A scene-ofinderci'iba-le.horroraridennruion onsul,3a.l Tappanr. whrwhrle, tida ftoatad.:,uld.a _],ir a.l_ c .. vie the body of an unknown woman. We are Obliged to continue dull and discouraging account Of un ; JEtiga.Bryarit, do; Rio, Gerry, St Petersburg-loding
- 1g',ln a n...d-. lid wi.d, an li:, o r i ot Pine~stroet. Had on ..bla.k Bil. our Coo...rke. the tales of all descriptions ]at week having ,u ,,el, int a ,, ,. :s
d.T or the f ii l p.oi.nibe ?owi., upp .i to have been drownd a on tie._eahed 8530 holes. For he common qualities of American, dished; Hancock. Hamor, do; Splendid, Fitch, uria W'r t.
..o .. ..fi- hs" tu n,anuti was aoccee' -c '-by ute HL a-ds11.110 ap ad Sipv,.--..,un A -la"hui-m, )% h id )'nu k alraiebttefnr ecitoswrvr ev.ad Ncesn uoe n
most pie shrieng shrieks fromthewethed sufrera .... S.DHBt h r UieT .-,,-yG n.-r,, -
Agreat portion of the inhabitants came ru.hing in re, feek. \ '"" .,bull Pr cal Sur- man lund floating in [like slip. ad oiablue could not be disposed of-except at a decline of I perlb from for- g .
the epolignorant both ofthe nature and extent :lthe iri_ c _.,:[ _d .-. -.-A -, -'o' *'" 1 : ",.,-,',1 o th- cloth c -. arid ve tord pa oweroy pantaloons, two linen mer prfcee; 8.4sland Is unsaleable except in trifling tole which bs g ikrott. Q .d onNewr ins
eatastroph. Thoe who remained ;n Ihe room.fabou niaiked krh a .on i" s-k w..etlt1 tGe a.,l,. .l.rt, --,,o ;,t.d am.el o, n-C; TcrtnHmr d t rip.
'" -"g 31. eEenlg ow thehte mkngsmerdctoesth rtsofwge n o.o
one hal of t h m eet.ing.) crowded down alairt, or leapt ar0 single ; of the G reat Bend; then k kinglk ha d er h efao u d Hi ne k w ie a ng o eru cl^ t^^^^^^ ^ an fw r in ^ B "0" 8 ti on ho p
oul e inte widows onthe frst impulse terror. A eeping down' the west flannel drawers, andlcoarse shoes. His hair was red. one day less each week, and in consequence the operat.v"s con son, Boston, soon; Mosque. Bakes, for sale.
soon a h crow who sembled had oll d r' He app ed to be about 35 years of age. ioplat turning out for the present. Although it is understood
soon a ihe rowd wo assmbledhad collect thei Eh't he cosumptin or.t"on s not ater,.JailQUEBECcMayonsumptrigoni ofAn-otnonfin risto
sAdteed toe ,he'bwegtootr; itel wtell.... H.fr' Clinon- ", 5e +noH evappear ls hnaunytenourog, to wthte rekorhesipMot.rin
keepin.on.a ndupoT iovw ne Thegregv, H, A. Auhlenburg.D.,took n tlhe Gl hiicedapsg
40ttre Now *, t*e bofi to isrco 140te miles or or amevel pte ie WW,01 n4er~iw Ir nii W; h ortth8dod. SBmbpadbsoCpy

IXTT4 BT TXB'BS" eK.............
IXCIUnA ON LOMOXDo"........... 110-

The John Porter waS offCape Roaier oh the 27t h ulit.-
p2o.'e a fishing schr. themaster ofwhich'statedthat he i sd -b b
allna in with a new ship on the.Grand Bank, water-lbgged r 'WM, CiJ-MINGS,
:dnao 'ersonon board. John, S. N. B tnarked on her stern. No. 45 OSULANDT-STEET,
PHILADELMPIA, May 1--Arr brig Olive. Pster, 18 IS'I f ,/iT 4 Doors from Greenwich-street.
Lagaira. Left no An. vessels. 20th tilt. offtie west edi of P C L /} 1 LOTHES of all kinds clean-
Rico saw all Am brig stfering N. with TM. is her forelopsail. ( L in th n't m er,
8X Jrustlet, Gsline, fmn NYork. ed in the neatest manner,
forrJi et stm NYork. by sfeam snonging, and ladies
ALEXANDIA, May 7-Sailed snhr Virginia, for York,- t aparel ofal descriptions.
RICHSR)N19, n tel firttle, taloknds. o
RICHMOND',May 5-Arr brig Andes, Breedon, fmi iI at and Pantaloons dressed
er~ o .l ,+ !t in'th e first sty le, and all kin ds of
M ataiiis taken out.
cth-Arr schtSu. Horton, NYork. *sTayloring of all descriptions.
Salted sehrn'(ses. Washington, NYorle; Fair Play,-do. rill m
FREDERICKSBURG, May'6-ArrschrsGovBrooksg- N,-
York; Reporter. Smith. do. ; : .
S WASHINOTON, NC. April 28-Arrschr James G Sta'cy, SPLENDID ENGRViNGS
NIYork, ". Per the Coloraia -fPost LA itdn.
CHARLESTON, May I-A4 B3:Ap iRsiir Sul. Walker, -B.OURNE, 350 Broadway, ias received a.valuable and
fin London. .' large addition to his fburmer collection of Enltgavrags. At'pre-
CId sehr.Benj H Smith NYork. sent he'has only time to notice the following, which may be
Ma'y 2d-;-Arr ship New England, fm NYork, seenartis at his store. That heisjustified in saying that they
SAVANNAH, April26-ArrschrGlide. Barmiim NNIOrk- surpass anyF='-A,,,-r,,i; r,..-. t!,hbin,, i s,: r% l.l ,,ir 1
.r i .t* .* iltadm it w ho ,-ill n-._.:-i.I ; ia. vi ollnri i.-. rt-rr. tl.-
'MOBILE, 'April 22-Arr brig Oreste., fm N ri, ih. Family w tl ,tS',: ,ji r.r.-r-Pimnit, hy Bnrr.,t, it n,
BOSTON, Maiy--Arr Ii ,Eir-,ne rztr.r. NOrl.-i-e. by him enr-'..,-d ,i i- l.irin&,T ,,--.... .ibyB-,,r.: m -irn.a
byh l hi m n "l i ', ,A rr. t? 7 -. i- l-
lst. 4th inst.lat 30. Ion ;..spooLtrkeb a 3 d' ir, Nl.rk proofs. h,, tnt u so p.bI.,L.d ir, L.a...,.r, 1,. ,. ,: tir ,,r: I
Cld siap ExpressA N 'Vo' o An,..pril
7th-Arrschr Gen 5-ta s, fi NYork.* 2.p .he, Wrckbers.effForsf Rouse, ,alaois i tredisdb W --
SALEM, .h'. "K,- e : -. ", Painted by Stanfield, and engraved in mezotinto, by Quille-
ALEM, May Q.^Aschr; Vesper", ~ikenrMn. Pi -,rk. India'prc..r ,;-' Ir t''..:.1 i,,-'
!- .3.. : 3. W e 'f ,,,-. l ,.. i4 ,- r, .,,J, rr.,. .u
". R_, rD. Maf44Arri sloop Ann, HirI,,fm NY. the line ,!!i i -0'.1 Lr.)P- r 1. m .
:.'l..A .b-g Win Thatcher, Howland, f I. .f i ~ V ttU n 'eg
i-azil. with 330 bbls. whale oil, 70 sperm. S-poke Feb. 7, 4. Passage othe Redo -Painted by Dauby, and enra- .
shipMi.od, ofNwBedfordwith0bbl; Marth'. ofd yedit mezzotinto, by Phillips-Ilndia proof. Size 10by 30
hip i l.oud; of New'.Bedaerd. with 6900 nol; Martiai.,ofuo inches.
t. Say Ann, of do 1300. 14th, shpto Louisa, of NYork, i Theabovetngetherithmayothers.ofFerararetreat
64 d om.ewburyport. to artists and connoisseurs; and must afford convincing proof.
d brig Brooksville, Grant, .NYork. f the subscriber's ability and desire to offer to his country-
PROVIDENCE, May 9-Arr schri Ann Maria. fm Charles- men, at the earliest possible periods, all the'valuable sad
ton. 7 graphic productions of Europe. B OURNE,
. NEW-HAVEN,MayB7-The brig Hannah, Hoodshasjut l Bridway.
ar irrn slty seven days from Gnadaloupe. The H. hasotxperi- 7W 1O THET BEAU MONDlE--The subscriber has just re-
enced tremendousgales', lost salts and spars, was ones knclcked ceived from Lendon and Paris his spring supply of
down, and continued In that situation several hours-expected superior fancy article and works of art, which he offers to
that they were tost-stove about 50 i'hidsmolasses ni deck, and his patrons; among them are Ivory Visiting Card Cases, of
then the rigl righted-afterwards leaked badly ani It was with a new style, surpassing any hitherto offered' to the public';
dlicttulty that ths pumps could keep tier clear-had her dead German polished surface Visiting Caids ; superb. sainted
lights stove ina-was on.alowance of half a biscuit and a morsel Tableand Pocket Snuff Boxes;-Botanim Microsbpes a; Com-
Sofsbeef pr' day, for 28 dhys-were supplied a few days before pound Microscopes; superb Work Boxes, wit music
her arrival by a vessel bound to South America. Captain and all patent Knife Sharpener, on carver Fork; Desert Knives and
. hina ,*ell ihr ithatre essels belonging to thisport, for the Forks, silver plated, on steel; Visiting and Invitation Cards
tatily oofwhhir II ti.re tiad been so much apprehension,bave neow engraved and printed l in a superior style, at the shortest no '
allarrVed." a etice, and on themost reasonable terms. i (
BLFAST, May 3d-Arrschr Mary, Beebe. 7 ds finmNY. .. LEWIS, Engraver and Artist.
NEWPORT, May 8-Arr schr Agenora. f Salem for N. Ne sCAUTION.No.e e Wall-street, in buldingcorner.of
York. 'New-street,.oppositetheWall-streetChurch.,' +

SOn Thurdady evening'last, at -St. Luke's Church, by the
Rev."M'ml s1t Lieutenant eUnjamin Page. of the United
SttsNavy 'o ll gEnidu
StatesNvyoElii McEvers, daughter of John R. Living-
ston,'Eeq.' *" .
S' : P DIED-
Last eydninj, Joseph Titus, in the 8Sd year of his age.
fits rIatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral to-
Smorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock from his late residence, No. 11
SAt'Jamaica. L..I. on the 7th inst. in the 36th year of her
age, Sairah, wife of Silas Roe. Esq.
On Sunday the 3d instant, at Jamaica, L. I. Mrs. Mary
Me Bidn a eed 65 years.

0l7- Advertisements of SCHOOI s., Horses. MiLIjsEnY'andi
FANcy AnRTICLES, .DY Goons, CanPE.tn, BOOKS, Music, &c.
&C. Will traemlly I hbe found. after t tinser t i on.; .....n...-


9' 297 Broadway. Nl2t
l-OBERT LOVETT, Stone Seal Engraver, 207 Broad-
way, will engrave Seals on stone or metals, at a short 'notice,
and in a superior style. Specimens of work may be seen in
several hundred impressions,from seals executed by him.
Coats of Arms. Emblematic Subjects, Initials, &'e. engraved
on stone. Notarial, Consular, and other Office Seals, etigra-
ved on Steel, Silver or Brass.
Books of Heraldry, for the inspeclton oftnstomers, contain-
ing the armorial bearings of near 100,000 names.
VisitingCards.&c. engraved and printed. mll 2t

era- -PN- plo ...." A'I..... -a 'Im -nERINn SHAWLS --A general assortment ofr&Ki"
under appropriate heads, on theoutside of the paper. I ShawlA, of best quality. (Lupin & San's tatnufet.u
T'a Shawls, of best quality, (Lupin & Son's manufactun
UNION COURSE. for.saleby C. SMITH & CO. 0 Mildeh Lane. ml
-THE 'RACES over this course commence to-morrow, at t" AUZE FLANNELS ofsu)rmterl quality, for sale by
one o'clock; and from nithe number of southern and other Gr moll C. SMITH & CO. 91 Maidon Lane
0`r1,..1. rf,,eport t ,lnC,,-.7-ia. rrr,,, I It LEGANT BLONDE GAUZE VEILS.-Green, white
"ATOTICE.-Th' Anisricir, .imos SL,,ri'r. -,x'.* w |i 3.=5 black'GauzeVeils, ofa large size. and of yery rich p
Al h-jld ibhar third Ard mikt"-,r, ,,t ,' ,rv' ,a .% .,v I i .i n, terns, for sale cheap, by
]3th inoahr.Iu IItte Prhsl.Ei'cl C', h'.h ., r\ ...11 .s.- Ti.' ral A. T. STEWART2) 02 Broadway
,- t I. aI"-" '.t.T.... -1 Y. I p L %I N i ERIENNES, innew, ad elegant colors
ton 1, 'o. c : 1- i,.t0 !.i tn.'1,:. E ".' I.. --. j n- i, r -.. -' riorrlorquatity,just opened a .t
asses 1in C3 ;- '"." i I, "ina,1 ......... -ITP'VAPT' P E.T TABLstni a, 202 BroadWayu
m' i' N.--''I ETER .Cerr. ,dr' I. I -'i .' / r. f idPalmeresn
jOr OTICE is hzreby !rven, t'.a, ... Egivtenn- rx s.r ...-. ['ire- -r '; 'Sal" sal.r t,. ir. 111,1' Ir t .el'.r r".lrrd-all ofwh'
.k' Inra o tlo Ne'n.v*-ok i..-,'r'h.tr _- :'l.' n 's A-!', I,." l..."r Ir'r,. ml
.1 li Onfiee ati tra. \-." -i-i,.r tl'.- f; :I ); -" = r:, T; -T 7-; ... ...
Ja-r,, rest. aOic it.r |lr. r .h -., I.", E .. ... -' !l I irl h r-althe most d,
n .r ofwe T cN ... ,! r .. .. t,,i k, ll, ,isl., blee, straw, lem
.i rI .. i l, 4 I .M.a ,l i ",-ii'l r r s sm a c o a f sl
it t l ,' I moderate prices. at tmilar colors, and for sale

.lt R ROBERIn .,t r.e .. r i- .. ::,.. ,- .r. :. .
* **,. s,'ltct "n.i lI;.mh ed S-1.1 r.= /. : 5- ,' ~ j .',. *" ," .-. !-
it t[ 11A..[ il i pu p lP ., t. .l | L. ni. Fr. l i- ... .| i 1 r. -. ;
'..I" l '-mcrd I .m.iml Er i -la_ [ ,rnai Ii..'r l I irl J. 1 ri i.i 1:0 ric ..
pae ce t Ai t o) d in1 inr'''r ..T., i -i .uji r. .iim r, 5
>ustruction. -
SFor particulars and cards ofterms, apply at No. "g, I5 .
,9 Wsy. .* ; _-in+ ol 3,r
"i 1 INTl!UCTI'ON0, rON THE PI -'i- --
..-RS ELEL [F%%IOD I,.- i cy for ti-" .ripils.
Termsmoderate. Apply at No. '4 "VItSlt,,r sire., near
Ihe Bowery.. nI I
halftime usual priet Ia rc mnin.d t, li Ri],-,.,i.,lr i t.n,-,r
mthe Bowery, isitre 'h. pnbliliet,.,n of itt Ih i, >in -rd. :-..,.,,.
lit Ja oiSn r,ind niLhr MNuaic s.Jl be o..smainulj .'u i Lr,-.'..i,.rl.
51. 6 n ,.alp i rlih n ltre .llfore. ihe p-.j'jlhi,-r t i a r.lnit .1j, ihn..
StIhertail business. B.,kiiEll.,ra 1,5 -.mh."1 frsn, ite. ,o,,.-'
ir..' %10lanvy dealing, or are Ii,. ru.j' i .- 1 k.'i Im.' .. -lih in
will mind thn muth ,c t'..r..p, r tl to n uheroh mu .r... sril
qii ii 110 iun' best innut.li'med n1-1 Hit0 15',i .'1 "m'iiiv t]|
r at F .urth E1XWI3ITI67.
u E Fourtn h A 3 Lbs xhibp:i:.n:a .l'-h i N-iliF. n,. I. FIFI nV
Design,conri.'in:.- fitie orkm ',:. Li.rmc Ati,'. rn. .
Before exhibited b in:t- Aremr T-n r,.' 1-'0.rl,n,. .. ,r- tr-uMi
mat the Arcade Blths. Ch'nrbmr iltr.-!, ',I ern ".',-..Ik t-
morning, until 10 at nmght. "
Admission 25 cents, season tickets 50 cents. .Catalogues
121 ces. mtleodlwin
sil bO rss..m'.d-H0t It,. th:,,-, mri'I tin. "-.".i.
P.R hPOSALS ,.%l be. rj e,':d it if -_In,, u-,il, ,h.. 'ly i,
d.. .-I ni-n [.;1 tt r.t and c- ,nittU ei I'h, H l .. I. .[,
a l 'met. miih a tlm I0 .1'l,...e k rr. rch ,r rv ,,ir,,a ,I. m,,, L in.
G -1m i ij.i. 1.) ;1 j'r. %f:I,.: lo .-I J,.riiir n z. % i" d; ; I ,,-ri k
I t i I td' t" 1 ,'. r, i 're r-r ri' in I C Iln r, Is ] ll tI '!;:.l|... -l,' r ,m
_ter)'jm,dn(rMei. 0and d vrpnc'rins. mi'-
S' '1 he Iousnd-atl. inn br ,t'.ic ,e laid a drep ar niv' b- r-,r u..
Ssite o. m ke ith,b i'tbrinc p.r't'ee.is ,:,'curtC- l., I-m., r maim ir
atorv' ofli' builmr- io i th h A,?-, -f i' l i'Il rtin 1 --1i.J-'
lar Irom h t .ase, ofr iurlc ; e t b. truhl I't.jrd bri.h k- ..r
well-selected splitgranite, well laid in best lime mortar; to
Stwelve'feet'squareit the base, and tean feet-three inches square
at the to,., fromout to out; the thickness of the 'walls at the
base to be twenty-seven inches, and be uniformly graduated
t, eighteen incheh'at 'the top. A floor or deek four inches
Itrnck. I-. bnlaidi o'itt hit ssterv' n ruitrablet jiUl, pr,-,ptrl lii-
Itd. 1n rpl cct t Ii i i tt iur tniC hr1 h4 VIrfid l t. t% 51 .1i l ', f
Well-W.8aroned h1cn M ,$ llE 11,, % i tt,.eEm io o be i- I.:| ,:.iuil.
a i. ard oaled vnith perch l,.jrpaEinme. -ir ..,o,:r,:d nuli
I' .i copper ofat 1'tl hinlly u cs l.: I. [the te iq '.r i ',ri\w .,,-1
uero'N. d with aptmU.prIaie itud cpr'rPit O.' o.in[-arn-.:.fi annl.
T i', has e orne -,)ri' at leait onie- i,'l a half in<:'ri a i ln il -
Leb6. mI l'et l i tihrc-, n.tide oft'bii heuri .irIs', he rinm--.'.I
'.'in-h, O be of prin c."non' d.Im i aenei. ors srnd uthtier iti ih.;
c sr, dill I bhen.efi'm l{crd ,in *n w-dii tn i, hm il. i l rhi ,n ,-" ,.i"
n aln ; t m; ,he joir ,,:, he htnrg aftti, s.,', 5u ,d .,jlfi i ',, ',,n-
IC ~t.psr'us fb, i'.r..f as,5-i- rt..,',
,! in il h ;1 pppr p-ovfLhi: :1or ..:tb iF.l, c ij,.li- ;. co:l'
S hy r i., beat ;s' Ca ,m:nprn:,,J ,n '.e, snaj nLe. i ,r I a -irri:
i frimrile. %iLh vulidt in.dow ,e".j c Ir. 'i n ,h ib i ,-i:-.r t i dl >ali'.
cleilt h nt.:inri_ rind I'lCt runi r Ih, -. -, r Ij -. iiL r. t., 1it' I!.
sea.ioriFdl h ia t p'm:" Ihb ,,nur m.e iIft" m I.fl ':h i- s ': ':.1Ji n
S, r'.h bestl rain brick on. e lea
Oa ) topol'lhindtler [to a-in. roughtl tnhi t, i.it, 6I.imi-r d 'ul
e, .i ght wrought iron peosts, to be inserted in the brick or stone
S.work at least four feet, and 'well secured with anchors, and
lb- extending perpendicularly from the deck six feet in height,
S although following the inclination of a line drawn from the
base through the centre'of the walls, and thence with a sweep
S. tola'ceiitre, forming the ribs of a dome or' roof of two feet
lerpendicular, the base of which to be a strong iron hoop. or
band, as ala6 another strong iron hoop or band two feet from
thdlekof sufficient dimensions to secure the posts perma-
nently in.their position. Under, and attached to the centre
f e isthach 'ordomn,'t be a swivel ring or hook by which ti n
suspend the bell. The dome or arch to be covered with skeet,
copper of at least thirty ounces to the square foot, well solder-
c" 1 'e.setshtrs tIhn jo'unr nd ml be rrssied i*u ihe mi,.- l.ri,.tii
theao rh or roof.aird f irf. 3n 1 al llat -n: ir.:t,-. .1:3e- c >rv
'hie b,:l to be "fbt bl.l molel., i1 ,-it,h I..m, i,- ar,. 1.-a
nul--nded lr*'ri.. -i 6 cermr, .i-ftht domi- .r Cr-: 1 h. 1 a..1 riI.
n.k. ocr rn.r. as teli'r -i lrnd. s In I'. ks t' A[- |.'> 01" LinO
,1l.meag to b', a v.ell 4-0n1miur.l., 1 F .' r. .r in...t: rmd co..-
Sp.- .1 t r' -iu tbl, in'_reriniS lotr ',rlierm. o r t-,F ',ir Iht- bell. r',n
,Iw'.l, .h;hall regP J lt nrig or strihkr .- h N lJ 1t11 II.TJ- ', i '-.,..
i -n.each minute,-and be so onstructed as to run at least six-
.teen hours with one winding uD. .,
,The said building, ball and machinery to he built, made
and constructed, and finished, in a faithful and workmanlike
manner, on or before the 15th day of August next, to the sa-
tisflaction of the superintendent.
Payment to be made when the whole shall be completed
and approved..
mlld&clw HENRY THOMAS DERING, Collector.
to Pine-street.-Public notice is hereby given, that
application, by petition, has been made to the Common Coun-
cil .to take measures for widening William street, from Mai-
daen-lace to Pine street, by taking a strip of land from the
fronts ofthe lots on the south easterly side of the street," by
a.line commencing the north-easterly side' of Pine street, at
a mbint five, feet easterly from the north-easterly corner ot
Pine aiidWillianm street, and running thenice northerly on a
atraiaht line to the north easterly corner of Maiden-lane and
i I Willham ;" of which' application all persons interested are
S hereby 'desired totalo-notice, and ifthey'bave any objections
hereto, topresent thi same in writing at the Street Commis-
smoiieri's O.ie", on or before Monday, tlhe 18th instant. By
Qrder. '" '.'* R. GRAVES.'Street Comimissioner..
SStrpet Commissioner's Office,a'cMay a'1829. '
Sa P ,inters.employed by theCorporation arerequested to
.insert the above daily until the 18th. m ll tI8
A Vi.ENUE.-Public notice' is hereby given', that an addition-
al application, by petition has beea laid before thIe Common
Council. to take the necessary measures for. opening and ex-
tending Asylum street, from Chrtistoapher. street, in such a di.
-rection as to unite wtli ttho 1th Avenue, at 4th street, accord.
ing to a survey-and plan now in the Sfreet Commissiener's
Office-of which all persons interested are hereby desired to
tike notice, and if hebv. have any o6biections thersto,, to pre-
pat tiothe lame in Onfifatihe r-ei Commrsdoer. Oce
e o, .iiror010orr6,..,t, e lr, By order.
A 9 .i Aviil m. Conanihi~iiHW-

Srol STEWART'S, 26 Broadway
end .. A. LANE have opened, snd offer for sale ar rcd
I c r' *l a arge assortment of best make London J
,-iek Bombazine, firi low reice to extra superfine, at who
sale orretail, at their Stores, Nos. 11 and 18 Maidoin-Lase
few doors fron Broadway. ml'
S1I Maiden Lane, has just opened a large and fresh a
sortment .of cheap Linen Handkerchiefs, ofthe medium si
that he will sell by the piece or less quantity at aboit the co
mon auction prices. I m9
"F RESH GAUZE RIBBONS-This morning opened
additional assortment of rich Gauze Ribbons, at who
r-L.. orretail by F. J. CONANT,
,': .3 1841 Maiden Lane.
b LKS & NANKINS-The. Subscribers offer for sale
f- No. 100 Front-street, 150 cases China Silks, consi
rf: ,,F'colored and black Satins, black. white, colored, an
,Firrella Sarsnets, and Sinchews, black and 'plortd Leva
,, black Satin Levantines; black and cross-Larred Hdk
hi., black, blue, and colored Sewings; Nanlna Crapes,s
q, ,gured and embroidered Crape Shawls, Satin Damas
f h,., Paungees, figured Velvets, siarletCrapes.
1000 pieces Mammee yellow Nankins
3000 do. Company de. do.
3000 do. short do. do. for sale by
rill THOS.,.G. & WM. F. CARY. 100 Frent-st
W ITINES-Madeira in pipes,. hhds. qr easAs and bottles
Sherry in demijohns, bottles, and qr casks
Claret, Medoc, Lafitte and Margaux, in cases of 1 dozen
Port in cases of4 dozen each
Muscat in cases ofone dozen
Sparkling Champaign in cases and baskets
The above wines have been recently received, are of t
choicest'quality, and will be solaid in lots to suit purchasers,b
S GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad-street.
Who will receive and forward orders for Madeira, and oti
Wines, deliverable at any port in the United States. M9
-.IDES-519 dry salted, landing from brig Julia, from B
Nhis, at Elephant wharf.
Kentucky Tobacco-ST hhds selected and wrappers.
Kentucky Hemp-20 tons landing from ship Talmaes,'
Market street wharf, for sale by
ml P. REMSEN & CO. 109 Pearl-street
W HITE BRANDY & OIL-50 barrels high 6th pro
in, i8gallon packages -
95 .baskets Salad Oil, received by the ship Marian, are.
feredffor sale by ARCHIBALD GRACIE, Jmn.
m9 6trd .7 Wall-street Court.
liIDES-1500 prime New-Orleana Hides. 300 do. St. I
mingordo. 11000 Ox Horns, -now landing, and for sa
from the.vessels, if immediate application is made to
ell1, w .. .G. MERLE, 138 Pearl-street
TH7 AT-257 brIs. Genesee, landing from Troy to
W V boats, for sale by
ml I HART, HERRICK & CO. 19 South-street
D EER SINS, &e.-shaved and in the hair, for sale
lots to suit purchasers, by
s G. MERLE, 138 Pt ,rlIlr t,.,
Also, a small lotofDeer Horns. ml I
,'ANAL FLOUR,-l10 barrels superfine, Union Mills
S forsaleby
rall MATTHEWS & LEVERING, 112 Front-stree
W HISKEY-75 hbds. in fine shipping order, for sale
mll HART, HERRICK & CO. 19 South-st
IU'OLASSES-250 hhds. landing from brig Julia, at t
113L foot ofRoosevelt-street, from St. Salvador. for sale
lots to suit purchasers, by
mll -FIbH, GRINNELL & CO. 136 Front-street.
N APLES WHITE WINE-75 qr casks, of superior qi
N lity, for sale b
tll G. a. & S. HOWLAND, 50 South-stret.
t'|Lr- PALE SHERRY WINE-37halfbatts fine old Pa
0F Snerry Wine, ,0 qr,.casks old Gold do. do. 50 qr ass
Sherry Wine, for the South American markets, in bond, fi
sale by PETER HARMONY, 63 Broadway. m
W HALE OIL-10.,000 gallons in hhds-. tierces and bi
for sale 'by .
mitl FISH, GRINNELL L. CO 1 i" Front-street,
,UGAR-100 boxes prime Havana, landing from br
S Fountain, at Murray's wharf for sale by
mll P. REMSEN & CO. 109 Pearl-street.
SWEET WINE-100 indian brls. Sweet Malaga, landi
From brig Rubicon. for nale by
mIttl DAVIS & BROOKS, 28 Somth-street.
R1 UbSIA FLAX-500 bobbins 12 headed Russia Flt
S for.saleby
mll JOS. OSBORN, 51 South-street.
1M ATANZAS MOLASSES-o100 hhds. Matanzas, M
lasses, for sale by .
ril JOS. OSBORN'. 51 South-street.
TAL.IAN SEWINGS-20 cases superior'quality bluI
Black and light dyes, for sale by
Ntt G. G. & S. HOWLAND.
t30FISTER'S JAMAICA RUM-New-Orleans ofdiffers
a. brands-also, Holland Gin, entitled to debenture,'i
,ale by G. MERLE, 138 Pearl street. mrll
"J IDES-170 Hides; landing from brig Julia, from S
S.3. Salvador, at the toot of Roosevelt-street. for sale by
all FISH, GRINNELL & CO. 136 Front-street.
: ,ENTUCKY TOBACCO-In hhds. do. in balgs sever
* lAi.; ., v ,in -L "
Srn'll G. MERLE, 136.Pearl-street.
ffiAVANA SEGARS.-50 M. very first quality-Havan
rl Segars, CQabrna'v and Silvia's brands. far sale by
mIl t. PETER HARMONY,,3 Broadway.
I PERM CANDLES-300 boxes, foir sale by
mit FISH. GRINNELL & CO. O-i36Front ot.
3'1rALLOW-100 casks Y C Tsl...w. ibr h' ,i
.I mli l GOOL)Hi.L A. t1 ,0 ". ,:,,jt-i,..r;i,.
PUALM LEAF HATS-250 dozen, for sale by
rol l G. MERLE, 13I Pearl-streqt.
P ALM LEAF HATS-250 dozen for sale by -
m. ll" G. MERLF.138 P'rarlstreit
'fl l(1 0 Itl. I J, ,l r 5 ,,,i .,r.'i lir, ng r. I';,m ,k



From New York, at 10 o'clock, A M. and 5 o'clock, P. M.
From Albany, at 10 o'clock, A. M. end 5 o'clock. P. M.

Under ihis Arrangement 4iie Stamnboats
Will leave the wharf foot of Courtlandi-street. (N. B,) inthe
S following order:
Thit De Witt Clinton, Capt. Hyatt, this afternoon, at 5 o'-
The Chief Justice Marshall. Capt, Ford, on Tuesday, at 10
o'clock, A. M.
The Victory, on Tuesday afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
The Constellation, Capt. Cruttenden, on Wednesday morn.
mg at In o'clock. .
The Constitution, Capt. Bartholomew, en Wedtjsdiy af-
,. i.,: at 5 o'clock. -
r...r V."-, ppl% 1oIthNr c ot,,.m i-e rri. otht Agent,
mm, A .N i )FlfIM.N 71 De"-street.
S DAILY, at 7 o'clock, A. M.


The low pressure Steamboats NORTH AMERICA, Capt. J.
Bonson, and ALBANY, Capt. J; G. ,enkmns.
The North'-America The Albany,
Leaves New-Yqrk, Lebivs New-York
Tuesday Sunday, )
Thursday,& tat7A.M. : Wednesday, at7A.M.
Saturday, Friday.;
Leavbs Albany, Leaves Albany
Sunday, ) Tuesday,
Wednesday, at7A.M. Thursday,&j at7A. M.
Friday .. .Satir ldai
N. B. Baggage sent to the o&01e in the afternoon or evening
will be taken in charge. r m Il






For NEWPORT Apd P4VjIDENCE, .Ddil-Sundasy ex-
c eptedift Bti tlhe foot of Fultoun-street, East.Rivr.
A AAGEAinrrs r'oi MA a. 182' .
Ths BENJAMIN-FRANKLIN, 'Qu ,t. 5. Blunlker
Leaves NewYeork, Ma" BM 16 i, 2t 29, at 4 P.M.
P4o; idvri MA 8, 14; 19,'3; 27, at12M.
'ro .WAS1HINGTO'N, Capit. Comtok,;
taavea New-York, May 7 l, 15, 260, 2 6, 30, at 4, P. M.
Providence, May 9, 13, 18, 22, 2,W at 12, M.
The CHANCELLOR LIVlNGSTON; c ti VA oggehsall,
Leaves New-York, .r B; 14,; 1, 23, 27, at 4 P..M.
Providence, 'lb 12, 16 1, 21, 2 9, at 12, M.
The FIL1) ,,, Tomlins .,. .
eaves r -. .,- M.., 5, 9, 11 1, 1,; 2, "8, at 3; P. M.
r, .a;.,,.:; IMi,, 7 i. 1, 20, 36. 30, at 12,M.
D:7 .. ii I...1 ., "- ..;,iri s upoini the irrival'of the
Paekel, i, .,r" r i 'r.. -'.rri ir New-Bedford, Bostosn, &c.
withoutt delay. Freight taken on the onstomary condiumios;
at cannot be received after 2 o'clpck on d'lSf of sailing.-
For freight or pasnage, apply t6 the Captains ont HBbartd; to
SON, 6, C'.,j iir,.i- ..'t. i ..r t the S~eamboat Office, 522
Vater-stret cutmtier of Beuknian-street. myll

HOBOK EN F tERR Y-FbrBoats pe-r .Hmr.
S, .The Steamboats HOBOKpN anl
PIONEER, will leave the foot of
I------ tl Barclay-lteeetl and foboken. every
S- twenty minutes. commencing at the
even hour; and the FAIRY QUEEN
will leave the foot o' Cdnal-streel every even houri, and Ho-
boken at theintermediate half hour.
A il (Passage 25 cents)
jm ^^ Br^. nni t- mkn.,tN_ RW-AT RX~r.AD --


R. SIMPSON mos reaspbctfu'ly announces to his friends
and .thejpublic, that his BENEFIT will-take place TillS
EVIW'ING, May tlth-on which occasion he has fu ich
pleasure in stating that
have politel tendered their valuable services The Enter-
tainments will consist of Sheridan's Comedy of
Sir Anthony Absolute, Mr.Barnes; Capt. Absolute, Mr. J.
WALLACK; Falkland, MR. HAMBLIN ; Sir Lucius,
Mr. Simpson; David, Mr. Plaoide Acres, Mr. Hilson; FVa,
Mr. Richings; Julia. MRS. BARNES; Lydia Languish,
MISS KELLY; Mrs. iMalaprop, Mrs. Wheatley; Lucy,
Mrs. Sharpe.
Aflter rht, the 2nd time, the new O erretta called NO!!!
To conuclaue with th.e frce- of SPRING & AUTUMN.
Rattle&iMR. WALLACK; (his last appearance il that charac'
ter in'America.) Mrs. Gen. Dartmouth. Mrs. Hilson. -
In the course of the evening MRS. AUSTIN will sing sey-
eral of her iost popularsongs. ms
Tuesday-MR. WALLACK & MR. HAMBLIN. will
appearing lvoirite Tragedy for that night only.
Private Boxes are retained for the use of the public, and
may be engaged nightly on application at the Box Office.
QPoos Pen at a i before 7. nerforn ance tW commence at a
T past 7. : '+. : ..
_ISS KELLY l os the liHno .esspectlhlly to, annoinmce
her Benefit and last appearance this season for Wednsday
Evening, May 13th, when (at the particular request of many
of her friends) will be presented Shakspeare's celebrated
Tragedy of ROMEO & JULIET: Romeo, (for this night
prily,) Miss Kelly; Juliet, Mrs. Barnes, who has politely vol-
unteered her valuable services. Afit" which a variety of po-
pulal" ntertainren e.u... -f rlo .
And Gallry of lie Fine JArts., Breadway, pporite the Park.
'rHE public are respectfully informed, that Mr. Smitb has
promised to attend the Museum with his Grand HAR-
MONICON or MUSICAL GLASSES, every day this week,
at 12 o'clock,and at halfpast 8 o'clock in the evening, when
the covers of music will have an opportunity of hearing the
exit uslit tones of this novel and delightfulinstrUment.
The Compnmitd -olar Mireie-nip l will nnthin,,n t be .-
hibited- eiv j, o whil i il. *,w ,,i,, ; .,,,: ,,',:]..i. II
F 'F ,, I l)| IA ,I F C L M [.L \ *
U I- Giasd Panorama of Genevais now open for exhibi-
tion at the New York Rotunda in Chamber street. This
splendid Painting was executed by Robert Burford, Esq. in
Iondon, from drawings made by himniselfat Geneva in 1826,
to ri-i.. 'ri.:,.: arii it. rh. i.-T. ".r, i "r.jtn ^ i : i,.r ,. r. "1,,.,.. 1".i

thr ji.: i r. "l.t ,; ,l ." ,'I, .,r-t, .i i ,.l | [ ,h ,- j rl.. ,., +-.t. : ,i l r ,.

- -.. .' ," ,r.1 1., 1 l, I-,,-, : ,, '...-,, ,r, ,, ', r ,, .,.' r,c,: :.! .. +, rl l r '
:,.,'*,':-:. *li issoeiated withIthe most interesting recol-
lections, and celebrated not oril V in the conimentaries rof'am-
sar, but 'alsain the writings of Voltaire, Rosseail, Madame de
Stael,and Erd Byron. Forthe fidelihji' oftherepresentation,
and the superiority of its execution the great reputation of
the artist, affords assurances that willnot be disappointed by
an actual inspection of this splendid Painting. Hours of ex-
hibition from 9 A. M. till sunset.
*!* Price of admission 25 cents- Pamphlet of description
(if desired) 12 1-.2 cents. at tf

f -HE Exhibition Room is open from 9 o'clock A. M. to 9
o'clock P.M. Admittance. 25 cents.
., It consistsof a choice collection of Oil-Paintings of the old
and, ipodern masters; of the most rare and splendid books,
illuitrated by some of the bent artists: and the modern en-
gravings, executed during 1828 and 1829.
N. B.-Subscriptions received by the year at $5, to atmit a
Gentleminan and Ladies.
Strangls may have tickets by the week. 'ml tf

i_ J.ieca'iniSuemboath NEWvR Cavi p DANCING SCHOOL.
---- I lB. Tate, will leave the footofBar- 169 tee Doors above Broome.Slret.
0"FaNcrYy-rtreet H. CONWAY, respectfully inlirms his pupils and
ale Ato tooclck M A. Mr At o-'lok, A. the public, that in consequence of the liberal patroini-
ich At o'clock, .M. At 7 o'clock, lA. M. age his public Balls meet with, he will continue them for
STand 4 o'clock, P.M. ard I o'clock,P' .1.' some time yet. Dancing to commence at half past'seven o'-
Horses, Carriages, and Freight, taken on reasonable terms., clock on-each Monday Evening. til0
de- Goods and Baggage at the risk of the owner.
ien For further information, apply at Mr. D. GODWIN'S, B" RAND'S GRAND SOLAR MICROSCOPE.
corner of Barclay aid West-streets, to the Hoboken Ferry- HIS wonderful instrument is now exhibiting in the Sa-
at Master, or to the Captain on board. roll loon of Castl Garden. It has the most extensive asagnirying
Showers ofany in America, if not in the world The smallest
*I.lSONDON LINE 0' PACKETS,r anamalculse imperceptible to the naked eye, are made per.
The packe 'hUo sail on the H Champlin, fetly visible iu all their various forms. Tie.process of crys-
pacet Ship HUSON. C. H. talization is shown with the greatest perfection, fhr surparssng
du- master,eo ailon tute0thinst. isnow loading at Pine-treet anyTproductioneverexecuted byhumanart!
let wharf For freight or passage. apply to Capt. Chawplin on Those who wish to vilness the astonishing effects of this
ir fhForpfe'eoo a = who wish to witness the astonishing effects of this
ahe- board the ship, or to JOHN GRISWOLD. Agent, invention are respectfully invited to avail themselves of the
a roll 69 South-street. corner Pine-street. present opportunity.
1 FOR MARSEILLES, Hours ofexhibition from 9 A. M. to 6 P.M.
qT, K- M The Brig ORIENT, Choate, master-has Iths of Admission to the Microscope 25 cents for Adults,. Children
as- Ar.her cargo engaged, and will meet with despatch;- halfprice. m7 tf
ze, or freightof 100 square bales of cotton, or the bulk thereof,
9 mil tf 7 Wall-street Court. first ever attempted in America, and similar to those
SOR LIVERP given with so much eclat in Europe, will take place at NIB-
he- A fast sling Al coppered Br. Vessel ofl30tons, Thursday, 14th May inst.
will sail without delay. For freight or passage, ha- The public is respectfiflly informed, that a combination of
ving good accommodations O Sappl- talent will be concentrated at this Festival, consisting'of neost
at ill DAVIS & BROOKS, 8 South-street. of the neal slid instrumental performers of eminence in the
s8t- C- FOR GREENOCK, country, aided by members ef the several Musical Societies
nd The fast-sailing coppered A 1, Br. brig DEVE- in this city.
an- AI RON, McGill, master; will sail f)r the above port Tha-mnat snmirecd-compoaitions of Handel, Haydn, Mo-
fe. without delay. For fm-ight or passage, apply to zart, Beethoven, and Rosaini, will be performed.
sa- moll DAVIS & BROOKS, 28 Sonth.-street. P.inripal Focal Peofurrners-Madaine Feron. Madame
ik, FOR ANTWERP-14thinst. Brichta, Miss Pearson, Mrs. Austin, Signor Rosich, Signor
l The ship SALEM, Richardson, master, will sail Angrisani, Mr. Boyle, Mr.Gear and Mr. Iorn.
A las above, and can handsomely accommodate eight Concerto Performers Piano Forte, Miss Sterling; Violin,
passengers, either for Antwerp, or to be landed in the English Mr.Seguira; Harp. Mr. Powell; Trumpet, Mr. Norton; Lead-
Channel. For which. apply on beard, at Jones' wharf, orto er oftheBand, Mr. W. Taylor.
n rll JOSEPH OSBORN, 51 South-street. TheChorueses will benumserous andeffective, which, with
J ,the Band, complete in every department, will consist ofnear-
& 0Th- e FOR ST CROIX.(Bass End) ly 200 performers, aided by Members of theo several Societies
.' The substantial Schr GENERAL JACKSON, of this City.
gSnow, master, will sail in tlihree or four dayd. For A new and grand Orchestra hss been erected, with the ad-
freight or passage, apply on board, a t pier -3, North River, edition of an excellent Organ. The whole under the direction
or to DAVID ROGERS & SON, of Mr. Horn, who has deferred his departure for Europe ex-
m7 214 Washington-streat. pressly to superintend this Festival.
btKy FOR HAVANA I r The combination of talent concentrated for 'the occasion,
Sby The fine fast sailing coppered Brig WASHING- has been effected Iegardless of expense.
her e ng TON, John.Burgess, master; having Ida her cargo Befreshments of the choicest kind will be provided for
S engaged and ready to go on board, is matended to sail on the ladies and gentlemen, without extra charge.
13th inst. For freight or passage, having good accommoda- ORE O THE CONCERT.
Ba- tions. apply on board, or to [On account of the great additional instrumental talent, the
ill PETER HARMONY, 63 Broadway. Concert will be in Three Pa:ts.]
at WANTED TO CIIARTER, Overture--The Messiah, with Mozart's additional
S -A first rate coppered and copper fastened SHIP accompavniments-first time in New York, Handel
S of the burthen of from,350 to 400 tons, for a voyage Song-Mr. Boyle--Lord, remember David, Handel,
o t e East Indies and back, to commence loading about the Chorus- Hallelqjah! ( Mountof tuiin, Beethoven
f, 12th of May. Appy to Song-Mis. Austin-Angels ever bright and fair, Handel
mil J. KENT BOYD, Ship Broker. 70 Wall-street.. Chorus--" He gave them Hailsiatones", .-Handel
Of- FOR SALE, Song--Madame Feon- 'Oh. had I Ji-bal's Lyre, Handel
,g The superior fastsailing coppered and copper fas- Hymn- Mr. Horn- Great God! what do I see and
Si ftened Baltimore built schooner United States--16 T hear Md. Luther
10- tons burthen-will stow 800 barrels-is four years old, and Trio-Mde. Feron, Mr. Horn, and Mr. Kyle-The I-..a]+
tle in every respect a first rate vessel. Shelies at Gouverneur's Flocks shall leave the Mountains. e u..Handel
Slip. Apply to 'J. KENT BOYD, Ship Broker. Song-Mrs. Austin-Let the' bright Seraphim,- Hande,
mlt 76 Wall-street. Trumpet Obligato--Mr. Norton anl
)w FOR FREI GHT OR CHARTER. Double Chorus-The Horse. arid his Rider-Solo Handel
ow .M FOR FREI1GHT OR* CHARTER. plarts-Mrs. Autratin and Mr. Boyle, Handel
[ The hast sailing coppered and copper fastened PART 11-ITALIAN.
ow brig LEADER, Gnnriell. master, burthen 185 tons, Overture-Gazza Ladra, Rossini
in or 100o barrels.-can have immediate despatch. Apply on Aria-Voce una-Madame Brichta. Rossini
board, at pier No. 10, E. B or to Duetto-Madame Foron and Signor Rosich, Con e
mitl l FISH, GRINNELL & CO. 136 Front-street. Patienza Meyer
I" FOR SALE. pSolo-Piano Forte, Fatelof Paris, with variations
s," The fine brig ORLEANS, burthen per register, .Miss Sterling-who was received with en-
,,)& i2G3 tons or 3000 brls. built at Medford, sails very thusiasm at the Musical Fund Concert, Moschelles
t. fast, copper fastened, and're-coppered in Hamburg six weeks Scena-Mrs. Austin, Tn ohs accendi, Rossini
Since, and well found in every respect, For terms, apply on Duetto-Madame Brichta and Signer Angrisani
by board,opposite 04 South-street, or to Laci darem Rossini
S mll GOODHUE & CO. Aria-Md'n.eFeron,Deh Calina Puceitta
the rM A TTHIS GREo EK GRAMMAR, 4Ath edttion-Ln Quartetto-Madame Feron. Madame Brichta,
inGREEK GRAMMAR, 4th editon-Lo Sign. Angrigani, and Mr. Horn Puccitta
SJ. don, 1829,2 vols. 8vo.30s. stg. PART II[-MsCELLANEOeS.
The above excellent Grammar, translated from the Ger- Overture-Der Friesbhutz' Von Weber
man by E. V. Blomfield, M.A. is received and for sale, price Duett-Mr. Horn and Madame Ferox from Cath-
ua- $8, by marine and Petruehio, first time in this couri-
.mll WM. A. COLMAN, Park Place House, up stairs. try Braham
'. h USICAL BIJOI, 4to; The Musical Souvenir ; The Song-Mrs. Austin, Soldier tired, Dr. Arne
de ..TB. Boy's own Book; Views ofGreat Britain,'to No. 7; Trio and Chorus-Strike the HIarp, Solo parts
ks .Jones'Views of the Metropolis; Jenting's Views ofParis; Miss Pearson, Mr. Gear and Mr. Kyle-aa-
for Jones' Views of Gentlemen's Seats-for sale by ompanied on the Piano Forte and Harp
ill roll WM A. COLMAN, Park Place House, up stairs. by Miss Sterling and Mr. Powell, Stevens
CHTEAU DE CAT A ne sie receivd Song-Madame Feron. Blessed Sounds, Violin
r. CHATEAU DEyCARTES-Anewgamea received Obligato, Mr. W. Taylor T. Cooke
S.A by late arrivals, and for sale by BOURNE 350 Broad- Concerto Violin-Mr. Segura, who is engaigedex-
Sway. It consists, as its title imports, of cards, which maybe pressly fbr this'occasion Meyseder
Formed into a great variety of buildings, and forms a pleasing Cantata-Mr. I-Horn, (by desire) Rosalie accompn-
amusement. roll nied by himselfon the Piaiuo, Beethoven
7Ir'HE BOY'S BOOK. with 200 engravings of wood; being Duett-Mrs. Austin, and Mr. omI, Master and
-i L a complete encylopfedia of all the sports, pastime, and Scholar, Fioraminti
g amusements, athletic, scientific and recreative, of boyhood Finale-Grand Chorus & TriuniphalMarch from
and youth. Washington's Ode.-the Solo part by Mrs.
Fit's Great Britain Illustrated; a series of original views of Austin, C.E. Horn
ax, the towns, public buildings, and remarkable Antiquities in the Diors open at 6 o'clock. The Oratorio to commence pre-
United Kingdom. cisslyat7.
The Panorama of London, and Visitors' Pocket Companion The Grand. Egyptian Gallery is reserved for Ladies and
ho. in a Tour through the Metropolis cand its environs. Gentlemen haviniig party ticr ets.
The Music Bijou, an Abu of Music, Poetry and Prose Tickets to be had at all the Music Stores, at Mr. Niblo's
The Musical Bijou, n A bmo usic, Poetry and Prose,Brdwyad theanCuheos.
for 1829, edited by F. H Burney. Broadway, and at the Bank CoffeeHouse.
The Musical Souvenir, for 18H9, for sale by The number of Tickets will be limited.
ie mil W. B. GILLEY, 04 Broadway. Prices of Admission-Tickets, to admit one Gentleman
-e m, .EH. -ATETr',ASS. c T.and.s, au. and two Ladies, $5 ; do. one Gentleman aned one Lady, $4;
7 'HESHIP-MASTER'SASSISTANT.andOwner'sMan- do. oneGentleman, alone, $3; do.an extra Lady, $'. ml1t
ULinal; containing general information necessary for mer-
nt chants, owners and masters of ships, officers, and all other TO-MORROW AFTERNOON
tor persons concerned or employed in the merchant service, rela- .l EW YORK Consolidated Lottery Class No.5, for 1829,
'tive to the mercantile and maritime laws and customers, y To be drawn in the city of New York, on Tuesday May 12th,
St. David Steel, Esq. 17th edition, revised throughout. 'lhe cim- 129. Forty five number lottery-six drawn ballots.
imercial department. by Dr. Kelly, author of the Universal SCHEME.
Camibistp p. 110,with maps-price $7. for sale by 1 Prize of $20,000 1 do. $10,000
S WM.A. COLMAN, Park Place House, n stairs, I do 5,000 1 do. 1l,,o
al N. B.-All of the British Laws relating to the Tariff, to- 1 1110 5 do. 1,oo
gether with the two last important Tariffs, are in the above 5 do 600 5 do, 400
,work. -" mll6t 39 do' 100 39 do. 80
n"a M ANY USEFUL BOOKS OF TABLES foir merchants, 39 do 80 30 do. 50
..v.L which may save its posfessor many dollars, is for sale s9 do 40 78 do. 30
'a.t lhe LITERARY EMPORIUM, 312 do 20 4446 do. 10L
'mll Park Place House, upstairs. Tickets $10; Halves $5-; Quarters $2 50; Eights $1 25.
-vIrMnsAt, Te'DPtn rr. ."icketsand shares for sale at CUML a t rot, l,--i. .M" ,
-L'HOMAh MOORE'S POETICAL WORKS .in 8 ic-li, ces,s8, Broadway,.cornerofWall-street, and 12 Broadway,
.n19 nde m i vals. 12 mo. in 5 vola' 18 'o.r with er'm.,m otposgo the City Hotel, where weie sold in tke great New-
ingA, and complete in I vol, vo. with portrait-pries fit yr(rk hittery, No. 3 part of the capital prize of $t50,000ooo, the
Ito 12 the copy, for sale by ,.WM. A. OLMAN, whole f thie third capital of$20,000, partof the $10,500. sev-
mRi Park Place House, up stairs., oral of 2,000. and-en of $1,000, and in various other Lotte-
'I 0 MANUFACTURERS.-460 bales upland Cotton of ries, prizes of $511,000, $30,000, 3 ef$20,0tl0, $10,000. $5,000,
Choice quality, and in fine order, just received per sRhr. &c. &c. mll
1-- frop Savannah,,landed and for sale byl pipes in bond, fur sal ah -
,. ^GRACIE. &. |, 0B I.' .. ,>tr" .t
I 80 410 TI'PWOp' Cotton, l 100mrrolt~I'

pioneer tor tce city and county 0of Nlew York, wishes to con-
neat himself with some person of capital 'who may wish to
commence the auction business, or would be willing to make
arrmingements with a person now in the business who nmay not
have received an appointment. A line addressed to S. A. L,,
and left at this office will be immediately attended to. n m5
" 0O TEACHERS.-A person cominpetent to teach the Latin
R aud 'Greek Lagguagcs thoi onughly, together with Algebra
ii, r,ii. .. . i. ... permanent situation as
S r ,,, j j, .1 i ...... ;iU ,. ,,p .i ,, naica,. Long Island. For
rn .I | i.i t,, .',,I .. .. .1.1., ii r ..... f.. m 7 d tf

OLIVER, fIair-cutter,
jS2 tf I0pNo. 59 Nassau street. Ul-siairs.0 =
.ING ROOTM. No. 264 BnoAnWwAYvUP STAIRS. a] 2w
1I,_WN-G-'J. .:,'.- i ., Sivezener, No. 40 Aidade, of.
":'.r,4 1,.4 r'.,: .- r collection'of debts-bf'every.
description, and purchasing and selling of merchandise:
m7 ,.
P EACH ORCHARD COAL-A cargo, r ,-I.".-A ,.,.:l,
L Orchard, soft, free from slate.snd shell i rn,,-,': r1 iir,
feot.of Murray-st. Apply in Canal st. ci.',.,i.sii (,e Gie
Works, or corner ofMurray & Washington sts. .
T"O LET-an large square PEW, very eligible situated inm'
Trinity Curch. Inquire at this office. )ia7 tf
HE Subscriber will be found at the PAVILION, on the
Long Island Race Course, which lie is fitting np in a commo-
dious manner. His zealous attention to please his Patrons
are generally known, and lie will endeavour to merit their
approbation during the season of the Spring Races.
S Shakspcare, 8thMaiy. 18-29.
Ir" Turtle Soup) and Refreshment ii.. i. F i -i;j 1
bein readiness, togetherwith a choice, reb. '- 5, _r,
Liquors. .m '.
Tickets for the Club Dinner may be obtained at the Bar. ,

Store No. .151 Fulion street., three doorseastofBiuiadway
g!' In conisequeuce of the great supply of n:ew books iust
received, and t he large invoices that will be received in those
course of a week, with thesolicitations of several booksellers
of standing, J. L, is induced to makepublic sales of booisev-.
cry evening.
Will be continued, the sale of several largeinvoices'of new
hookls; they wvill be sold in small lots* to suit dealers; they
are all in handsome binding, and have never been on booksel-
lers shelves, but fresh from the binder; and are allowed.to be
th e : '.. ..!.i ... i 1i. i. i. ., i '.. i '. .
Wh,b' 0.i i..4.,-a. 1 h.0 r, 1 ''%[ '"I~t.,J

A. _.L|h..,111.,,, 1 ,, ; .,,,:..: i.-', ".,-.revevmin., '
-, ....i.. r.,. ...... i :i' ,,- ,:,..,. : just received from
*"l t ]r, i rJ[ ,.I. ,t r II-. t.hl ,,i .i .. l tn'i i.-"i

To Let-witih or without board, a-I leakant room in the 2nd
story of house No 215 Fultoristreet. Enquire as above, or at
the store, -, .
Kr3 'Liberal advances made on assorted invoices as soon as
the books are received. '
In canseqnpr.-, -f nr -;cess of Books, -firom.Families
among which -,,. ii, i..,. .,,',- Encyclopedia 12, Porthonsis
do7qiuarto, C .- i. I Lound'sRepertor ,:, \ ...i.r
Manufactures 12, IFoureroy's It- ...... ,, ,: .i,...i,, ,.
lure, pilte, Boyer's Fr. and I : I. i. ip..... ', Foy's Dis-
courses. 2, Scott7 ( F. .i. i i, r,. ,i Iarielym aps,
charts, prints, &c t ih. I.. .- i.. ..... I l ii. as our city
dIocs afford gent]i.I ,.. .... *i ., .,: .- ,. are always
*-.... ..I .. I. oenpny, they are invited,. please to attend at
,,i| ,: precisely the sale will commence .
PU.VATE SALE-1 pair2' inch Globes, London; ori-
i ,I, ca ostti1o, anid will be sold cheap 'if' directly called fur.

5, it ". ,rTO PF ": -,.'- PP..I..C 'AUCTION, by
i" S. SCHUYrLKILL COANL. i I.m -L LB 1 \0l LILi I... I 1-0.. n.., .,Tr!y next,
H E S ul.. b ; I; ;i ,;-, f. h. r ,I-i,,i ,-L : .-,.,,-. ,,.r L,.. l .. .: l .. ,. ,.., u unless
frioum the n..i. ... ... : .I.. ,I '.1 i -_ _,- ', ,.:. _. ., ..I ir;pnmate salce.-. de ligl.tfn,
te rm s, a n d ; I,, ,1 In ..1 E, l -.. ,1 u ; I I.E 1 ," .-
kill,fbr an% .[ ,, ) ,,, ,I. ,. n ,11 ,,|I ,,,,:,,.,o,,- ;" "-'-* "'"I.: ...* *-"-.. .. ""
freight at the lowest rate. Forterm s I a Iply to .' Iabove I t -,in A. un .-.ii i ,.. .. .:. ...
SAM UEL B .t REEV E e ties"'. ..i1 t,,,, .1 l,,-., ... ,, i,. I t,,., ,.. .
C .-'. .. ".1 .1 ..u ,, i ,I ,l,;,n g ton .st'ee.ts. r, s, t ... -" i '., r 'i .. ,, ,. ,, ; -, I.. .
P.S. The'real 1'. .1 11.I 'ili- I I. 'by S..B.? Reeve dit.on towluclh,.tlieie'isevey-'conveniionccofacceesbysteam
exclusively .. bonts and other vessI, mind by daily stages. fo t
f--u- ,y ... 'Theubuildingsareoxt ;aie-andcon'enjc tforthcgeintle-
"tEVON CATTLE.-.ows, -efcirs antd Calves of tils sman or Farmef, and are all in good order. Tke orchards and
.-F ,breed of Cattle, distinguitmn ,1 i.r i, r .'',.,,n .... 'gardenfcoilain a verygreat varietytof the best sorts offifuit
:ntpnrai deep red elor "inav .',,, .... I I,'-, i, .(1 andavnineyardhas beeinplanted cwit 4meveral hundred grape
VALENT INE. at Mr. King's, Jamatiea, Long Island.. vines of t 1e choiqest kinds, which have produced for two
m7 dlw cptf. ______ years a ifie icrbpi of excellent fruit.
FORTUNE'S HOME FOREVER. Thisfarmis well watered, and possesses an incalcunlable
._ CANFIELD'S' New York State .Lottery Office, 179 -.1' .,, .._ ',. i. n suc'pply of manure from sea weed,
Biroadway, between Courtlandt and Dey ss.i where hlavebcen ..I..- .. h..ri' l tlit. sound, by wlichi it is bounded for
soldand paid prizes of(e O0,000, -10, 00.2'000.0M,000, 2S000, tri-t c,,e ,i, "ire t..rie ,r" -ii' r l- ient and
t15,000, 10,000, 5,100, I,.,r ri,. .J.,,, 100, 1,200, 1,000, l.I -.., .' ._ ,, i I.I..: m m,:l ... -,
&e. &c. amounting tc ... ii ,,, -lih -,.n -fdollars.-Every ,,r m i 'I. l lul ,. l. I l.It ,,., J .1J _I.; A IAM
budy getting rich now'-a-days by the Lotteries; i. e. those 1 i 'i ,.. ,k ,., I l fI .iI '... I thepr. -
whopurchase their tickets iand sharesat P. Canfield's offi. 4ISes. .. a')7ts
ces.-Drawing of the New-York Lottery, Class No. 4,. for ",,," .,,-- -
18i9.-Drawn in the city of New-York. April 30th, 1829. Nuos A. A, E r tl.m .,. I. i i
drawn-,o-, 7.O ,3,3 which .. iI,; i.. nlie-asming O t LOU.1a, 85 Wallsirect, hav-
resultto 1 C'sfrndsandt Ittro .. .. '' ,. u- i 'Pi orted an r.incl.-in hifi-l ge
capital prizcof$titlOO ; *3439, i l, 1 ; TI ..,,,,; !) .' 7- .l. IN t A r t o ... I... ( I rape
in this city; sent to Albany; ,. ,,r ,,., t\ ,i,,, ,., CityVmina i.Vise Routs. er l ,if ;' i"' .. .. : -". ? -
w h o le tic k et. + "k i t l . ,"a a d e
New York Consolidated Lottery, Class No. 5, for 182.-To lighfl i'... ..1 iat J
be drawn in the city of New Yorl, Tuesday May 12t-i-45 cents ech her 1i0l00 or mbre; 15 cents
numbercombination-- to be drawn.--Highest prize, $2o,000. br less thati n 01, Ad 25 cents for less
Scheme.-1 prize ol'$2o,o00, 1 of ]0,000, 1 of'5oU, I of 1500., i bhait l5O. Roots on ,r/ lwn years old, at the
ofilt0,5-of000.5of600,off4o00,39of]im t..".l fI--n-. 1",, "in._. rate of 9centseiah, lor 10 600 or tuoire
:10 of5O.39of410,78of30,312lof'20,4440., 1I Pr,., .,!'2,,.l, 'l t.* cents for Iess thar. 1000;. anid 18
ets to, shares in proportionn. cents for less than 50 Roots-to be paid on delivery orf the
Relv upon it, there is no place like (Fortune's Hdme.) P. Roots. Letters not received, unliesl. post-laid. Catao-u,"es
Canfield's Oflhice, 179 Broadway, New-York; at.Jersey City, o.be had at 85 Wall street, or ol ilessrs. G. Thorburun &.
129 Chesnut at. Philadelphia, and 180 Market stiaet Balti Son, Liberty street... V
more. 5 Mi.-A. Lei 's4 IBookI oh the Cultuire uf the G ape V u,e
200 .R nd 6n the MaMing of- Wimc,- lmay bh IbuInd at.the priucil.'5l
T 20,0100 DOLLARS! "Foolksellers ofthI Unitecd Status; and his Agents will furi;sh
N EXT TUESDAY ;I f,,i ,,r C i, C C ITIl, 'will br ,ril (israftis to Subscribers. itr
drawn the.NcNV York _-,in,.ilnlri L,..'5,r,,I Ir' No I, t'1 ,i a
1 i5 .., number'lottery t imIG'RO N "RCP vd' fluit, the "M irgarelta W enks,
5numer otteryI t ,. 'r .' ,,i.n-l ,, I ,,,,,,". i, ,r. .. n ,- i i nn i L,,. '-
"'n- "il mmmrli .l \ I -- rn *, .....,,, '"; 7"-'", IL '"- '"m.. ..uL'-
T '. _. i 1 n. frum I .. r .I .i''.. I
T,alini i everyHvari ,vof".umbcrsbyI. LI I .r ,
Mt t t iB ro ad w ay co rn er utif ttton str ee t. & h ull *i. -lt I. I,. r. ,, i, ,. h ir, '.+:
The highest price paid for Broken Bank Bills. I8est;,, I"'r'm.' owsi,&c s. bfr Iald by'
Prizes in all Yates-&-MIntyre's Lotueries takeniat par for I I -V. F ClI; IM Frorint-street.
Orders, "t.i ..il .promptlvanSwI l'led ifiajddrnsl'i-e to 'a "
W T _.,:1_,,0 01



~ __~

RETKOVALS, A l I'F^ON ,.. --T.,:<
.T 'IMOTHIYR.GREEN, Attorneyat Law,&c. has rcmov- BY J01JN .-iON'E & SONS.
B ed to No.,79 Pearl street, between Hanover Squarep.d Stor ....r' 'P r. r, -.
Counties slip. .. m8I n B; w3w t i I r ... .. .
lat"' .REMOVAL. TEAS-3l'i ,, .. ,........... the faollow-
IViR, FOSTER' respectfully informs his ftinds and the '"- tea"s impr,'r.. '
i"- I,,-, -' ,-at.I,; ';. -,, I .. OUNG itV-, ,'- ml' it ai s
1''".'. *,, -." t -'-'* "*' [" liiYSlSRl(l-Ia casl. l.....-, a.i .,...
,I l, ,-.t ,F,',", o ,.,"A,. ,]-, r.l,,.'1.',t! ".' V ,-- ,..n:0,h'):, Wfell I,, s
next. my1 a1' .-, 1- 5 ,
('TT i( -E F t .. ," .- i .' r' ...' r"',. ir. i T n.e ),- a r t ei ; iall of.suporior quaUi,' to be sold witlihout
.V '. I t I I. ,II 1v I c o-.c C cn c ;

diam onds, 'pearls; andjewelry, as al. o on, t ..' G...-.. NG i o l... ..fi
'hold furniture. d' wcan,'pparl of i''' d .. i. t h cti
i nd i .- i m g *l o f J ... .....
JOHaN L HARTI. License., -YaW-1, Ji,".ro,,r. ,,r Ar., I .' i* -. U I I .I.
ne"l' -- .i iIiby'ril .1 vi tbyD.u .' b,',
T _IL, I 1 e.L,-,.I, T ,1 ,r.:! .I NA I D d r ro '. 11, f Y' .t R A Y.-
0, ame. rs p s n n e y .. .1 Pr KA t SAIJo-3 -d''etlck, at their "auction.oem, 200
l ., r. n itur..e.- w ca.' i ing .ipr. l of .'. ,, .. ',' package es R i is I i lly. 7 I, -1 .. .

l -jil ...i... .U' T -UIl '.-. si -arras- S ,.. l, ,. ;,.,_.a.,., I..i ., -...1 bva ya 7byaesort-
1 ',,. ..1'. : .\ w within six month ,. i. .. .l iso I,.' t." .- t ,', I ,j ,- ,
i ',, i t fo r o n e ,- ,,,y, .fr t, s;' ,r if ii,...l, I .. I ", Ri D A '"-r .' -. .. .
tinuarne of'public favor..'On F,.,,--- ,j ,,h !,,m .1,- .. ,' '

of. Po ortes RwellknowntAL., t r ra P- RIVATE AL'.-"'i rcasesoLf' brown Se-etiuga an.
we",,~d t~m e 1 -- :--,, 1,,,,,,, a....I,,..-. I-, ,-BY HICKS, LAWKENCE L r,.'7

] i ,,, N E Y ,,r,., ,. ,, r.,.. ,,r ,.. ,,,o e to N o r. 1 r a 'irtings ,
street, near theCi :i'." ,. I., respectfully tenders his tmu do, bleached do. dfi. -
professioil ssry-.... ,.. ,iii.. r- who maywish toavail 50 dT. browa jeansanl drills '
themselves of his services; his practice wi. embrace all nt- doe bed ticis', I .
cessary operations relative to the imnprive'nest rnd iresrca- 10 do. red and white ilannels. '
e.tr ,I. ., He recommends to nititce his nesw Tits"I- 10 I o. sattine t s. .
-rr ci eeth; they are an excellent hmiona-- i.r. 5 v '0r --n .
';,,-,i..I ., .,, t rl, ,.-,r r,,i r,,_,,.-rto taI'nisih .1 i,.* .~l rlU_ I i,1i,-,Li, Jb U X .t & U o
S", '' ,- ,. r is p.r.. i. 'Il ...... i Store. No. Pearl street.
i r ,, j .. -. .. ,.l..,... ,i d .... T O M ORRO 'W ..
. wing. An asortminsr t l a' i t Ih"...,., .,.1.. t --, 'iocir auction room, an esensive asort-
set without j u e mention. J.. a3 n.. I. ... Amnerican i 'ryCools. -. "
I. .. REMOVAL. ": BY JOHN T. BOYD. '+, -X
*9e STODDER, .xWEL'tEi, has remove'+ from 131, to 170 Au; 1., n .. .,, r;.' 'I1 Broadway.
Broadw ay,2 dooirsbelow M aiden-t *I r.,, 1r ,i,,".,- A. .' T i.- ,' h.i,. .i .', .
i ,1, n. ,irti.,.-.i. i, ',t, .i..- ... I 1l | .-,, u i- Atl o'cloce at his uctiion room 137 Broadway, a very
hr,, t.. r .'.r tm. *',"' ih I..... r l .," ".i..." .. -. -'e- d r'. -'sr'l tr'n-r nt r-fhousehold and Imitchen fur-
-,'l ','. -. II il I-t,,l ii ", r!.-'. i,., i,' j i oant er and at lair -,i .i- I, t" i.: ''I n..-i-... rii, "so iar, bureaus, do with glas-
prices" ~ .. ...li'r ti, ,- .. ; i ,i'c l r ind c-rd.' ables, 'mantle
He has now'on hand, a good assortielent ol Gold ,,., ,l. ,, ,, r -.i. I.-..,tl .' i'l .',-; I '-ri q,, .- k .' grain, orusselS
verPatentLeveran dTepineW atchesfrom ti hebest ni.l.:r, i.t r. mr e t '.' r..* *., t,: ', rh i ,. 1 r.i tongs, fenders.
D iam ondar i', ,,i in .... ,e -h, .r.,,u ..,',.h,-.1 ,,, ,it l, h f i.nn ,:h. -i Irdsroead, beds.

S afety C hains.- r-ri .n .,'. .ril ....... '.,: i. i (. ..r.r: r. i,.. i 1 ..l -. .,. .A h.. %'*..,,,&,,,.L ,-,' r
1r;'.cclets, A -r, -i'-I.r.,. ., 1' ,.. .i .I... '. '. *i,, .... ,I ...rr,.,r,'u.. .. I,,H ,ti ..Itt ,|.i1,,.,1 1",.: ii.r wVllcoiaenUOce.
Je w elry ; t0f ._ .i'- ._ '.* *. A ,, a .... j -" :13 "*' 1 ",. I *r ,,.. -I' -- ., it'i,,-,. [ i,+ ... .
Goeds. ".'BY J iNT..OL'D. .
Every kind ofJewvellcr's Work executed in Ihe best style, C.to'7 .'. i'-B'.I ,"-T 'wOCK.
'and with despatch. ,. -At 10 o'clock .. .. h is ,- i .I..,.r.. it. the stockofaCa-
p ,iV '. s .n;. an experienced wortman, and war- liuet r ;mak;r ( '.. ,, i .,JI, so ,,. ,,,..itbl.- h g
..... .1 ,.. i. 'i ,rh "11. m4 3ta.w3w mahogany tops, pier and centre tables, warrn,..., r. i,,,?ir-.y
-_ ch---.."- .-.-..... ciairs, dreseg lmrei.'is and tabeI, with and without gl-iises.
'l ha "o t T ie- t of Go',',', ';', I ..... ";' '" '''1 w, dining, tea," breuk ast
A. Patent'3a ., ...an. ..', ,W.a ,|hes. ........ i n 1 do, work and writing
ANCTOR WANTED- A second hand Anchor, of ubout ... ... i,.. .... -'. &e.
r 1700 ibs. is wanted by f : .... i..... i '.- .. h stab o
n8 r I i,- ',L.:,, -, 1 i i. i, 'W aslitngtan it. belw e-n Jayand'l arrison at. will be sold
A -.- a I ;- .: fi. -" .. ...- rr.-', ... .. 1.."',,,, -,:. c lrr ia g es g igs, h a r .e ss a n d sad d le s a ll m
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;,: n--, ersons. 'Non.. mneed pply'hut those of rdsttec- ,Ai. .+ is,'. I' ',' i ,, ,
" good ir' e ommen]stions. Amiply atNo. 2 "Clff'-' i SO CK Oh MRAHOGANY, &c.-At -- on'ock, at..2
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A FRENCH LADY, accustomed to instriuctwill give les- ture
.'d .w .. i, ,.,;A; i,,--. 1. III., ladies at their, own resi- J H e r ?
de .... T -i. '.. '..r ''.. ia ..... a t herovlhous.i SIiin.. .1 :. 1 1.) .,. .
tr,,... r I Rredndvay a2 tuitIt PANORAMiA s SAtES ROOt. 151 Rrioiwady, intherear.
A SITUATION WANTED, sby a young nan about. 17 IMPORTAN' ',Ir [ I I i', ,'.i it,. I. .
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0 YOUNG L.ADY, qualified to teach the ordinary i.n.. i ..,a ..d' I,2 i,-.-, -" or the 'geat, scarcityo itaisy ot
ches of E ducatio in ,, ,1r.,,,; ,.1.,1, aiii tiet t tto r -r '.i. I. i h ., ... in mmwihs collecl li- (wiv bees
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players and others. ',,..- It. L I at this office. a28 B Y,-.Yor. KO oIINS O..-A or'c.o.k :."
streN.ew-ork T2OnIg .tni l P) h ..e'o sves
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5,lltt',,,'t.,,.I.r,:, ,,r,..r. ,,,., ,,i,. r, ..,..i.. A D. sta- bnoksuwillbeoffered, ..',. ,,'. ..I ,,' .
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ti nn. a7 FRENCH IT ALIAN, & I' .: .'i-il Ijt f l. 1 IM o.
-MOARD.-A smallFamily,or two or thrce SinleGentlc- "'. C., ;' '"' .' w'l"sltjnrnnvl beopere le-
men, car, be accommodated with"Boedr and pleasant lecue., '"" *- '.. "' ., ,,, -.' v crybeot
Rooms. fhrnished orunfurnished. Forfurtlherparticularo. in, dmiTin, T. -,i.i ,-, i -" ", i -, t .. Sale pos-
qu ire at 7 7 G ran d street t, h ear G reen st. il"2 ,l onl i ,. .1 1 ,.l 1 .' ,. -- ,
" 1 RACE CHURCH.-A gentleman and his wife 'wish'to ".:** ,.
o'Uf obtain seats for themselvesin one of. the slips onthe NE' \,,Ihlii. 1R 1I sn.L, I-... Urhn --..,.r, tinegreat
low er floor'of G race C hurch.. Persons having tw o.seats to .succe n' ..r i. ,,t- .,,, m, :i..ir n .r u ... '" uri rienits
rent will please address C., box l07 Post Office. a27 'and tl r.-..'l,-i -.', .. 1, -. ri1. i.,, r, ,r, ..:" lo gi a i
1I Slr.' "it Ceersirn

d ONEY TO LOAN, omi.Real state in thiscity. Apply $ 'I ,' ',r, ,l -, ,- .l -,I, Yi.' r'-,, it jtIhlt da
.J. atthe Oat c o the ntedofthe United Ste Fi re Insuranee Con- i,."+l ".. ", I i .1 1', i- ,-,rF,. u. .ids will 5,e re-
pany, No. 28 Pearl street. m4 lw ceived on the h.al ter.s, anid tim. subscribers will use ve.ry
SAUCTION COMMISSION. -.exertioil torcnisr teesalesatisiacroy"y. -
,.A HEadAYrtiscr having received the tappointmeat of A- P-. W-i. JOHtNSTONE & CO.

Y order of the honorable John T. Irving, First Judge of
N"OT IC'SS' to the Court of CommonTPleas fbr the city and county of
New York, notice is hereby given for the credlitors of SrEPrHi
BANK OF ..NE......-Y KEmLar, as well in his individual capacity, as one of the late
'B ANK OF NEW-YORK. firm of Keeler & Luff, of the said city, nn insolvent debtor,
tHE Stockholders are requested to meet at the Bank en ln aoKe l befrrethe said Judge, at his office in the City Hll
Tuesday, thi 2sh day o May next, t6 chooses hee Dkir- plearbferethe said Judge, at his ollicein the City Hall
Tesdy, the t day of May ext, t hoe trteen Dire oftIe said city, on the twenty-third day of May next, at ten
tors for the ensuing pear. o'clock in the forenoon f' that day, to show cause if any
The poll will be opened dt 11 o'clock, and be closed at 2 t have, why an assignment of the said I solvent's estate
o'clock. o ti ad should not be made, for the benefit fall his creditors, and
By order of the Board of Direors, that the person of the said Insolvent may be for ever there-
Sa30tml2 CORN'S HEYER.Caahier. after exempted,1from all arrest or imprisonment for or by
TRADERS' INSURANCE COMPANY reason of any debt or debts dueat the time of making such
a In the 'City of New York, April 27, 1829. assignment,or contracted forbefore that time, though paya-
I. HE President and Directors ha thisday declared's DIv- ble afterwards; and. also, if in prison, from his imprison-
idendofthreesanda half per cent. oitheapftal stock'of the mot, agreeably to theact to abohsh imprisonment faordebt
Compaanyforthe current tialfyea, eidin e th Ist'. pa'able I Artain case Dated the third dav of April, eighteen hun-
on Mindeyh 1llth iMy anxt. Theiansfbr Book wi boc,- drdsnd twe.nnine.
ed from dthe ]et to 5th Mi BlIdi d sd~taer of the ebt. T. Pts w, Atty.. .o [A] a3 6w -
Board of Directors. y Wh B. r BOauSl. etebary. "lY orderofthe honorable Pater W. Radcliff, First Judge
a28 2w .. .. i of th court ofhe court of common pleas, in and for the county of
oa t STERLING COMW ANY. ,,Kings. notice is hereby given for the creditors of John S.
HE Annual Electiofnfr tmean Dire.tors offishCom- ParkePan insolvent debtor,-hto' appear before the said First
pany will be held at ter Offii, oa. 190 Water-street, i the Judge, at his chambers in the village of Brooklyn, in said
Cty of New-York, o6A mueday; the second day ofJ une next, oent, oen the eleventh day of July next. at five, o'clock inh
between the hours of 15 nd 2 o'clockoa that day. the afternoon of that day. to show cause, if 'jy they have,
By orderofthe Board of Directormi. wiy an assignment of the said insolvent's estate should not
S F R. SMITH. Secretary pro tern. be made, forthe'benefit of a:; his creditors, and that the per-
New-York. 'Mhy 1,1819. mite2 son ofthe said insolvent may be for ever thereafter exempt-
i DIVIDEND. ed from all arrest or imprisonment for or by reason of any
E- H -TinA FIREr INSURANr E COMPANY of New- debtor debts dueat thetime ofn making such assig nment, of
York, W t-ha declared a dend ofrecontracted for before that time, though payable afterwards;
aok..ndsh. cnt.nhe;aitalsockofthCompany ay and. also, ifin prison, from his imprisonment, agreeably to
habl ther o.h.tdehec-im legal tiresnotative 'on or ythi act to abolish i"mprisonenir for debt in certain cases.
after thIe 15th instant. 'he transfer book will be closed on- ed he 5h y otr, 1829. a nw
til thatday. Byorder. L_.Y order of the Honourable Richard Riker, Raiorder of
mat 4w HENRY LOlTT, Sc'y. -1a yrTe city of New-York, notice is hereby given for the
"n *TAVERN 'AND EXCISE LICENSE. Creditors of Richard Abraham, an Insolvent Debtor, to ap-
we OTICE to every person vending dealin in or retatlin pear before the said Recorder, at his office in the City Hall, of
SironherSpiritous Liquors, in the o ityoof New-York.-AfI hne city ofkNew-York, onthedtweny-thirdedaytofJunoenextat
personsnw-o shall selleoisdeal instrong or Spirituous Liquorstmh o ese, i
(except Importers or.Diatul.l .. -orssisr asy Lo u. imported theyhav assignment t of te said Insolven t'ss estate et
ordistillelobytr Aibnyin qiastitiena, a-e ,' gi lmi without should nt be made, for t h e benefit of all his Creditors, andn
oier distilled by t and guLaities fou.ve a i ~r- e without th ersonbfithe said insolvent maybe for over thereafter
having first obtained a License for s en purpose rom th exempted fromall arrestorimprisonmen for orbyreason of
Mayor, and the respective Aldermen and. Assistauts of the
hards in which t they severally iresidsubajcec tt bof hLaw any debtor debts due at the time of making such assignment,a
arh offenco the nalty o Dolla ndint r contracted forefore thattime, thoughpayableafterwards;
of EReaie, to the, adialebboneus Loossnr is t T mmasDacrnmin a oif iand also if in prison. from hisimprisonment, agreeab ly to It
Fe and Imprismebmnt. Tatiur ad E-, Ltceirinae m, .h oabolishimprisonnt for debt i certain cases. De
EFint efn eisoe to Made ria 'r 0 ad. cl.I.o. De aod thedaythof April, 1829. a7 1Ow
be thereforetiss ue at t othe reo ro ti' Chthm. i uc n).HaIin -m e a
month of`May next,bet'wen flie houn- of i Iord.-a e'el'ck,. NlY order ofA. Bruyn Hasbrouck, Esq. a Conmissiioner.,
ooatheday sprecribed as follows, forei-shruorpIeus lsard. &c. notice is hereby given to all the creditorsaof John
Td l:e.Friday and Saturday.dthian Sil Mab 8- Qh.i. amriSoh Woodstock, in the county of Ulster, an insolvent
4th do."Moend i amd TdatlaJtiL .iI-- init hMv debtor, to show cause, if any they haye, before said commiBs-
fith do. Wedeada.aThur..day 13Iaiia ,1d 1 t -I t a4 sioier, at hisofficain-toe village of Kingston in said county,
Stl do. Friday aid.Satrdaf' is-aI nd 'liith M'. on twenty-third day ofMaay next, ateleven o'clock the
ithe do. Mionoday ancd Tueaday., itsh ani 1ii Ma. 'a fitorenoon, why an assignment of the said insolvents eastte
SBth do. Wednesday and Thiursda, .iih amA tUt lILy. should not be made for the benefit of all his creditors, and
Wthi do. Friday and Saturd ay. 22d and s23J May. iais person exempted from imprisonment, pursuant to an act
isth do. Mondayand Tueaday,25th and 20th May. awitled ahnact to abolish imprieonmrnt for debt in certain
irl do. -Werdneda and Thursday, 27th and 28tll May. cases, passed April,1819. Dated irc 26,1829.
i2th do Fridtay and Saturday, 29th and u30th May. a7 law6w
1i3th do Mouday tieduesday. lestand S lJune. a a w
1.th Wedne. day and'T.lur.sda.y, IandA 4th June, lY orderofthe Honorable John T. Irving, First Judge of
Taver WadEise Licenses ie on th th oApril and the Court of Common Pleos, in and for the city and
S ding Licenese ar.. requ.. ted to prod ace the .county of New-York, notice is herby given forthe creditors
whperna ,petio fr r l -alns, saponi t;,u .. .. es o at of Benijemin Smith. an ansolvent debtor,-to appear before the
when applying for newah also iav micnly satitl dJudge, at his chambers in the City Hall of thie city of
within the time, as A b orv, tearld t JY siDELL M New-York, on thethird day of Julynext, at ten o'clock in the
Sa24 4h. brenoon of that day, to show cause, if any they have, why
Ata Court ofChancery held for the State of New- York, aata assignment of the said insolvent's estate should not be
the City of Albay. on the twentieth day t April. in the made, for the benefit of allhis creditors, and that the inperson
ysar one thlousandeight hundred and twelity-nine- ofthe said insoh.ent may beforeverthereafterwexemptedfrom
Prssent--REu Os rH. WALWORTI, Chancellor.' all arrest or imprisonment for or by reason of any debt or
In the matter of the Clithamn F ires Insurance COmpay of debts de at the timeofmaking suchassignmeant, or contract
Sthe City of'New-York. ed for before that time, though payable afterwards; and also.
BERT JONES, Lebbeus Loomis, Thomas Dunkin,J. if in prison, from his imprisonment, agreeably to the act to
SJ. Labatut, Johne Mc.ntyre, .Johua Hyatt, Eerasaoco- abolish imprisonment for debt in certain cases. Dated the
field, Shivers'Parker William T. Pincknuy. W. Sea man,. 16th day Apiril; 1 r29.. al7 10w
SW. Blky, James Murray r ..D Y order ofthe Honourable John T. Irving, first judge of
ntomr, Henry, W. Bool. DaVid' Breoks, and hi' ernie, ..... ..
n r of the Diect a ofth Chaham i l. n- the.courtofCommn Plea., for toe city and county of
nelag anaaorftyhm of N Ytwhmih t iner N-Yorkl. noticeislihereby givento AMOsWooD, an abscon-
.rangC imya'uaComnpIaN "in theCyt- ofN r w Yerki h'alM mting orcoceialeddebts, and to allpthers whom,itmaycon-
m ..... ..... -uo. smiter ra0 rthK" tohiihlopplicatio inddueproofmade to himthe said
pr .e. .-d prs et teep.sos, n thr Act or h Le- judge, pursuant to the directions ofthe act of the Legislature
a e .e .S ..gof N v Yprk..n.Ull'.d "An Act i ro re- ofhe Statesof New-York, entitled, "an act for the relief
visdf ature 'ofd taetofiorccpas Wa against absconding and absent debtors," he hath directed all
id fIt the diolmloir co." sd Arlfit onethousd the estate ofthesaid debtor to be seized, and that sunless he
in the.Cityde is ten briefl setting forh.th e re sons return and discharge his debts within three months after this

.alo' rio n. s nt intn epina a d d a4 law 3m Attorneys for Attaching Creditor.
ter, randp raiy' ,.,ti e t-,u seizue. o all-the estatediil be mold ,fort e x-

b reg.n, e,,-eats ,s seipti-tinrr .omIbuty rImo e sad1 Cetns.s, ,d h.O the CourtefCo-mmenPleatos for the ciy and county of
hi.c hamSb -.nmtee- I; 1aaira er.',nbltd. oroim..rieia cih New-York, Notice is hereby given to John Hunter. of Mo-
c 16h c-I n. t,,,A lbhin' tsone .inrqiced ti, the atmd Direinior. bileinthestate ofAlama, an absent debtor, andr all others
hu 'Pu" ', O. ? i r- I-all a 11 i,- .t c."irs. ,E. ,lr a.i fEi u it,; whomnit.nay concern, that on apphiation and due proof
sit .in. ln'' -tmi 'n -.-t d.iia rIAdim;: and IlieJ made to tsaideFirstJudge pursuant to the directions ot he
the said pitiionand statements, and on imosn of Mr. fIe- act fo. r rehiefagait abscndn and absent debtors, he hath
Coun of counsel n bealflr of WilliamSeauman, solicitor for directed all the estate of the said debtor to be seized, and that
the p itioneer., his~ Honor he Cha.ncellor, by virtue of the unless he return arid discharge his debts within one year after
ia tsr -r.l ut,,lnr,'i 1 m o .e. hy if- se lruresAid n int, ds th thr reri.:e of such saizuret all the estate wil be sold for the
ar'- i. ,i 's1 .u .i pl.'--ri u '. f .m aut ,ja.lI msr, lhinn th' pe ni hisdebts. Dated the thidday of April, 1829.
ie si> p. eritrnld bi the pumniaor molhIe Stite old Ne f .artk. EiMrEat Gaim, Attorneyas for Attahing Creditors.
aed. c eROF tl'ihebd,tl, pa.'l.o inA. Sal..i inrl ;, a saelhert to e a t haw 3m F-At

tm-aibrT Ltdhnce" s.l t"'.. s... r tC hance r ,'nri ueoftb,' to Ieb retenriurn. di anm ertai duebttieof a Jude of the

Ci~jn-obp A-c" mskr Leui n oy'Cobe aeeiad, ; as, rucinc herb iven fora miss
ir-m alPIm sr., ,tb.tyrirJ min ls dsulizurea G a rth case d ar. adf es ilalir rnc. e cr et.io- ll s Iu 'rr t t hin va .o
( c- bire s. L neB. At ,. ... a lc t 't im l rendit l aoro b tothe wth ai y oihim prison -

,A a. 8 urt of e8 uity held for th it he i io tea State of I 0 eor irdeb m &ertam l c ra ttes n e yse orAttching Creditors.
Ne.- Y.rk -n Uthe e oid M"ndeay biteten mde ,D e thasble etho ty ope ar'u t'ke as, my ]ic mI na t7i .6v
cia inotfl' ror,i.o b the pray o rofr sd ofe titofnuld Ig N Sli tto- ilm
Por'eik YtheH'us. fshlwe l".a ;'l sh(d-a. bieauuo It ..n lIocakeybaset. wihyan iheyasesty a niesa.iin o lu l,'m-
Jia fl [-*h e troh.i'. B y the It y e P..-."oErrics, S field all bi-,nr ditor-.andt e ltir is O m rihe rSain i in iao t d may ,ib e e ftnst"

1i. J l J Maory rl. t. lV .0Y.r gi-llt, ,%I
fdT 1 it eon i ast -ln Sh .v'" r.L i Ca b isr oAls o. 'I. e mte frt. cmn d allor t o pri o inam nnt r,-r
taf te ig.e. ten sea",'ohurI .. i' tCEI.l fre tympa I' i let r on byreoanof an y debt or debts di at the time ri of
arg. onthesecr i he ab e. c s, i L maig.uch asaigm -ent or contracted for before that times,
Cp. not. .'- .-r., ra, POT Rgisr though "payable afterwards; and also, ifn in prison, from his
(s ined n e. Jn' C..."m.,. PO, it, r oo,poSment. agreeably to the act no abolish imprisonment
aS1 h a mtjeS u for debt in certai- cases.I
hTOTICE its erVeby giV en -Th default having been made Dated the 27th day oMtet re, 1d29. (A] a7 6w
oi obths payment ofthe pric,. .al a-nd r. iamthe. to- mia oi, Reorro
: Tnd intended to be scre b acertanindenture of.monrt- f r f eonor e ia ereby Reordr o
-n a ad between A "adrewMdles oftlpeYyofNew the city o f New-York, reby van o l im
tek enose haeebse, to matht. -maipear bef-cad .:or e th said Rcarderstbhusa ofie, ime

peshrt dr.~de 5an,. i.'td ofec August, in:' sh r of so I y of "e-Yrk o t kt da.o ..
and ielar Fiherof ther J Q n.city r.erpe.terofia thscond Qe r ty Hai ioft ueit f ew-Ybonh ea t i a o
portL beariig dateteixtnentd mmd ev Eot mo.Rtgaedrpm- next, asa 1 o'clock in she forenoon of that day to show cause,
A Sr ed )eiG od iie d e iMeNisoheon f any they hav, wlt an ment ofthe said mso ent' e-
oa tf Ei .shet are se at pulb maa beon.. e the 1e2 f a h creditors,
,oores'",i' Ets.hi-cub ins ). ,y ,"iNP,.-VOr on, edes n a sh ps of th m insolvent may be Lee ever
9. '* --"0 linini d in terest. Iil. ..l'elinsint i., -, alter exempted from all arreess or imptisonment for en
i ther .m*c,'m.. -in I.mm'....i.ms .ril').tu."r5nuptr. i mt.h.nn of any dsbterdebtes Ri-c atr htime ofeaking such
I ter mm- a 'u tni a--,...r.-,entarcoitracted.forbefore that time, though paye-
1 ,b e m el- m "-'l ." ,'." in*: i' '. -'in -I. tm. wi-i-weeds; and also, ifie prison d from hisimprisonm ve s
ian intndeid- t 'sr- .'e iver itsdini' m-i greeably to the act to abolish imprisonmhent fer debtin era r-a
'r.b btwaeina: nd.im.i Vid.dlemessofrthe'. ciNin,,[', edi'rslam; ]..ncases.,Datedthu ithdeayofNaneh, 1520. ml7 lOw.
au, rt.dabga in, t' e 1.. f e tptvtdbooiwabn NO. 1t2 PECK SieP.
feet thes incuhes frlo.m rtile-s;mi, .rsitc.'s,,orner sac otr i' r E.. Etecishefri-to present Queay l-
nalef Ro ertT. e ..mt. h i*- -a, ;.m iy < ig srts'ao th.cf p ai rnedtmeayse of
padecrees sumiinutes etll.gte Imdrpeiri a.tfeeth t ert a tl mon eopate, asuainor met' -
ii-'n tl' D IELODt. .rnorth soctitimtmd e'resasi.t e..gsacrificesatothobats hed
i. ta. d I"it; eoutra s-up thewil b sdaoliye t neuaren at cautine
l e he engi). er- llaun. d rtl e'oeaese n t. 'fe d.iv is universally acknowledge ins
rs t.hirty Jnin Att M o-eV ir Jetrhuthed g remi r lesson f cthisty; alo-Gleet maStrictures,
-. % 1 ""lr o "s .ifr..ii .to.t-ta tdofs- lmanftedetwlrtstom sing frrors impurity ofthe blood.
It ,I oeq.mtyo hl.d.dets fdietts ra "dtafm to thi's 7hca t r at the medicines are mild, safe, x-
..ewinl r,, at ,,he iimi th con tyir d Fin.:ac. a A,'rimsi.Toprvwntifo peditious and regularly inaprove
lj-ei .cmMa-,,b'tn dte ta ,.d.. .. nlea,..t oJne tua,.. of,.n o fhhk s i trength-charges tra rasoo -
di linera-.i. aid i'ep-drilnn, e i ,rttg a c u cau the D SM RI able, and the cuDre is varraneil
.e -n-ll ..id ri,_ i li. i.n,' -' r' ad .r v' a"yetothen tith ani perfect without confinement or
pmn/.-rh sim]- rlilshnn sBr cm-iinc-a.i'hTl sr ,;nmf mli ,e's.is rl,/Ini'! lhindratice fres business. Resent
id local cases cured in a fem days
meltitii'.SInrimcn., c u. NOc..1,2EmKSnLan. adPiii without a articlof' Mcury.)
,-4, 'T1 np-nb. tak... Tls-e very grest du 1 attendingg P EVANS' praDticsis
s "Dai.c'e,-I".- ,rloC.-AiD a. WRiriAM, all de-licat i.. eases for any years, isduces ignorant prot.n-I
i eeOLIVER cORWINdi E dots e imitate hul mode of practice. Many valuable m -
DANIEL LORD,* Jun. -bars ofeciey are daily falling sacrifices torthe baits bold outi
te rt m Acting Executors of the ail of by hose pretenders. Strainger-ateparticularly caioned
rP, o eter G Hart, deceased t not to oebe deceived by such npni3cipled puffes. Dr. E.'s
D nst.I .ou Jon. Atto''. a20osflni greet vofemeiWi.al experience for thiENy four years in various
Atna Lo n thof oeifth e me Sat cites i soon convince shore ho apply to him of is esu-
.t a ourt ofEut dr.pro the b ,. dkill| in totally adllati h-"ive wrsat cases speed rian
,New-YorkI, at UtI'ca,' in lhe, ty of Oea,.on the 7hal Toprentistkcbeerylarticu l t. findtR.,
day ofr, ehn ths yearof ourL"d one thnoad st r S No. 1 Peck slip-a hmp before i the dnoo-THE
S oidrelin.ndit. eiEot.rln i G ,. tOOD SAMARITAN IN THE WINDOW-as mistakesai
Winerted, niinahinb H- -ne .1 M.a, Aiiris1u-lt.I hi .. em'. C i r,,,l, n -mprove
m-iei ofAt rilmeart ionirS. dai-.d i Wed.C..mpm n,'. E:lmsa:-h REV, -. BARTHOOBIEWS (M. .)
m I 3 w "' f i ^ -'---B r- --,..'
tilsi Jane of d .Maryro tomabl eez uayd ttheamulree 'er
-of ouar i dotA s-ic eia thandrloes '.-inn- d.v btwen-nm rflOr tttoffCered t! the
rDefdiantt-. R. W t'i tuli lirr. fcwth th nong ae
"'app. n ... ls"'-r'nha[ b"psr._ea.sfsabpts Irto.apptar y an ,, h ughkin of Feesa nn, P nnenfc y to
,endam nt w'sm in th btnJ sr 1,cao. n.ir.e-r ..d ma A .:n Do -e n

mt-inTna' rto hi-hntce aesmt pay us thin yearb g o-erd tR E publ tc it

[nun an t :. d.,sucopls, CHAR Dh I ll hs,."bn rtom 1 aaydrmaylbescen by appreta-t
AreiniddGanh i.PeterM,:lamir.LR.,aii-cbu ot I a. -. s,.-lnr,.r fl li Frepttred ad sold by C.& A.

sha id .e C natir" d5l.aitdc, ase I=at utn n edalleson search irtis _t.-cro Waclpgd Wlferstre.ts,

and. .qui t, hedefendG Anth b-ar amauld eal, c b de 0buno .... Gm.l AF.get ,or thleitJhi te di *
wibhei tin pta ie -anal it unrtherkm ap rlin e t t tile ait dda. c P a r i t 1 -lmo t ., d, w
d"" 'l r'w na rd l P r K a ,i x. it n 8 1 V^ u _m
s-te: or the c-ip iant. n i, t ordered ti.t ibe Paid defend- -l.r lie Tt I .Grm ea n ra. r lt'D Barker.B aaS ringd
bnt. Archist-tid Gault. do) t h P .ranr and wer e tsa id billb ci ,aumt: pi ,a ,,rmisac Carmi eItr.:a' t; Dr.B.B. E .ward ,
compl.intlin tmhi cauisc. t-l i n,r.e m uarnis imri t e hesdalere .a m c r Pe- ri' c .. .ie sinr rl e m1b' State t" Mh r in-
this idt r. or in del iali thcI t thiai ih siaid bull of-mnplu elpari ii Di gt ats, in'- 30, I -,,'I I [a, I t, ,1 AI aes'- M .
b ah e ta s p ro ec o n i e g- o a g i t l ... .- A t mm i ,t r o r d e r o l s ..S H A T to X .I L, i l ,, 'T & .eLE .
thl ata co pyoftlhis u dr er.be iam hiei w. hiw- nt eni ,Irtu $ ffrt i, m VI ihas pa m .mninmim. rm asronost, sa d.m etbod obde-
thu d.i,i. Imerasl. min one or nt.-s ,e |I p.bla ,' r,( a.i.,,r.. i, ti ne.. .g .ablea.d an imal pois ns, by
successively, oncesat leastineach week. I lIAR1 corner of E-oadway aid Chamers-stret, -
c(Acopya. JOHN WALWORTH. Assistant Register. 'Vork.- m%6
M nI4lawSw "IIG COPPER-5 tons Mexican Pie Copper, for sale by
A, FRESH' SUPPLY 'of PECTORAL PASTE OFh TOOL-36 bales South American washed, just receiveut
REyQNAULT, received from Parit and for sale by and for sale by
Q9i V, GATFRAi, i310Peal-ptraee, pm. PAVIS & BROOKS, SB South-street,

U. TM. SIFoLET, has the honour to inform the public,
that he opened on the 29d ofSeptember last, a School, at No.
20 Coqrtlandt street, in which the following branches are
taught :-- EN Si, FRFcH,
MATIEMATics, and DR4wio.
The studies take place every day, (Sunday excepted,) fom
7o'cloekin the morning, until 3 P. M. andare continued from
4 o'clock until 6 in the afternoon. The price for thope receiv-
ing instructions in the above mentioned branches, is $7 per
month, or $20 per quarter, payable in advance. A few boar-
ders, who will have the privilege of attending at all the clas-
ses, and who will be provided with every thing except dress,
will be takdn at $25 per month, or $70 per quarter, also paya-
ble in advance. m27 tf
.IM.RS. LAMBERT will be repdy toreceive pupils at her
residence 546 Broadway, on Monday, 28th April, for instruc-
tion in the following branches of useful and polite educaen:,
English, includingOrthography, Grammar, Writing, Arith-
metic, Geography, Astronomy, History, Belles Lettres, &c.
Junior Classes will be formed in the rudiments of English
Education, fbrthe instruction of Young Misses, preparatory
to their entering orn the higher studies-to which they will be
regularly advanced from class to class, as their dipacity and
improvement will warrant, untilthey reach the full course of
this department.
The Frehch, Italian and Spanish Languages.
Music, Drawing and Painting.
The terms will be as moderate as can, be afforded consist-
ently with the advantages given, and the best masters will be
employed to insure a thorough acquisition of the studies of
eachdeptment. a
Mrs. Latm ebt promises hrselfmuch gratification in attend-
ingtothe duties sahe has undertaken-duties which she has
from choice, been long in the habit of practising in the. do-
mestic circle ofler own family. Parents w ro-may feel incli-
ned to place their daughters in her family, where they willibe
at all times under her immediate care, may rely upon -the
strictest attention being paid to all the necessary particulars
thatrelate to their health habits, and conduct, as well as. to
their manners andaenerail improvement. And, as far as'the
circumstances will permit, the same care will be extended.to
those Young Ladies who are under her superintendence only
for the day, or during thehours ofstudy. -
Forterms and other particulars, application to be i El. to
Mrs. L. has the honor to make references to the -
Rt. Rev. Bishop Hobart, Doet. David Hosack, '
Rev. Dr. Wainiwright, Archibald Gracie. Esq.
Rev. Doct. U)fold, Isaac LaWrence, Req',
Rev. Dent. Berrien. Henry Rogers, Eiqi.,
conducted by D. W. JONES, at 338 Broadway, will be re-o-
pened on the fifth of January, 1829.
By limitingiis number, Mr. J. is enabled to pay particular
attention to hispupils, who will be properly grounded and
brought aserward asi sconsistenrwitn a thoroughknowledge
of Ihat they learn,
Mr. J..teaches the Classics upon the plan pursued at Eton,
thegreatest'attention is therefore paid to quantity, his pupils
are taught to write latin prose with accuracy and are regularly
instructedto compose Sense Verses.. d3ft
THE REV. E. D. BARRY's Classical and JIathematical
,,.. ; ,:,,t .:.]. :,s heretofore, at the corner of
O .:r: --...j-i i r[...:,. The robms are spacious and
".,ill i,, r I 11 i.. v.u .:. 3 of such an Establishmient.-
L.- ,, : il .,, inr 'r:.. ,. ,"' ihe Classics and Mathematics,
the Principal is assisted by distinguished Teachers in the
Writing, andin the French and Spanisht Departments: T.:r,.,
ofadmission known by application at the Academy. ,,.r1 ,i
OTICE.-As ihe Partnership formed between Mr. VIL-
-. LARINOandMr COUDERT hasbeen sometime past
(pursuant to notice) dissolved, upu a stipulation that Mr.
Coudert should take upon himself both the previous and the
future responsibility, it is hereby notified that all claims on ac-
count of the LYCEUM, 42 Beachstreet,must be presentedito
Mr. Ceudert for payment.
Mr. V. having altogether discontinued his connexion with
the Lyceum, will have time to attend to a few Private Lessons,
and also to two additional Classes, at his office, 24 Law Build
ings. '. tf
HE undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the
public, that he has compiled a new French Grammar
which is now in press, and which shall be presented to the
public in a short time. It has been submitted to several of
thebest professors oflanguages in this city for examination,
and they have declared tat it is well calculated to furnishl
Academies and schools in general with a methodical, easy', and
comprehensive system of the French language, and- equally
calculated for the benefit ofindividufls in private instruction;
consequently they cheerfully recommend it to the patronage
of the public. ,
The title of this work is "A Theoretical and practical
Grammar of the French Tongue, by B. Tronchin, French
Teacher; containing the new pronunciation and Orthography
of that language, which enables Foreigners, with the assist-
ance ofa master for the pronunciation only, both to speak and
write French in a shorter time, and with greater ease and
propriety than heretofore; designed for them and the use of
Academies and Schools so as to promotethe practical knowl-
edge of that useful and desirable language, in which its prin-
ciples are displayed and taught by the Author, in a natural,
perspicuous, and impressive manner, which differs greatly
irom all other works and systems thataiavehithertobeen pub-
lished;" '
A subscription-book is kept atthe'book store ofMr. W. B.
Gilley,No. 94 Bro dway, and another at the Author's resi-
dence, No. 41 Catharine street, where subscribers are reques-
ted to call. The terms are only three dollars for each copy,
to be paidon delivery of the work.-l vol. In Svo. well prin-
ted and bound. B. TRONCHIN.
rE Difierent Jrts and Sciences. -
HE undersigned, a native of France, and for many years
a resident in England and Spain, most respectfully informs
his friends hands and the public, that he has removed his Academy
from No.-15 Roosevelt-street, to No. 41 Catharine-street,
where be intends permanently to continue it. Everyoexer-
tion shall be used to merit the aaprobation of-those who. mavy
intrust children of both sexes to his care, and of those pupils
who take private lessons from him.
Hours of attendance from 9 in the morning till 3 in the af-
ternoon; andin the Evening School from 5 to 10.
Terms very moderate, and madeknown on application,.
tUnexceptionabic references given when required.
a25d2m B. .TRONCHIN.

Looen--Established by Aet of Parliament,1824.
Capital,F iEl.Mi em .srl o--nquall about Tenty-five
,.fMillisns of lodears-a
Johnlrving, FrancisBaring, N. M.RethBehild,
Samuel Gurne, Moses Menteflore.
JamesAlexande CCharlesOreHnwood
G.-1 Barnett James HeygateJr.
Cnarles Bevan William Howard
John Bowden John gimes
ArchiibaldCampbel William Kay
W.' illiam Qrawford OswaldSmith
Timothy A. Curtis H.M.Thornton
Francis Cresswell ThomasWilson.-
Thislnstitation consisting of
manyof the meot opulentCapi-
talistin Europe, have appointed
/ ^ 1 _.- the undersigned Agents o r the
i S'].T" "%(\ ~UnitceiStatestforthepiirpo oot
-tmakintInsurancesagatu d ySS
[ I I o W:]'l f Pariies effecting Isirances
,Ia s with this Company may repose
t ^^ i (/'the fullestGon.fid(cne,notonlyiin
She security of its Capital, ex-
S dintht of any similar insti-
a tutio ,btintsheweIlthandres-
S ', iectability ofthePresidentsand
director theormer of whom
arerequiredto own tiwardeoft MilliondfDollarsoftlihCa-
pitalStock. The undersigned will alsoadjust and pay all
losses withliberality and promptitud.e.
Office, adjoining MorrisCan-alBank,is opentroughoutthe
City ofJersey StateofNew-Jersey. .
: GEORGE B. RL LYE,i agents.
A Asafe andconvenientFerry is nowestablishedbetweenthe
city of New-York and Jersey City-a steamboat leaves each
plaeeeveryfif'tea-t-mmutesantdhepassageomadeia nfriomighit
to ten minutes.' .
'Applicationm.-with description ofitheproperty,addreesed
to the AgentathroughthePostOffice,willbeatteanedto with
out delay. a m
PANY-Office, Ne..288 Pearl street.
John L Bowne Robert D. Week
William M'Intyro John Wood
John R. Willis Thomas H. Legge
Silas Hicks Walter R. Wogd
William W. Mott Samuel Niehol .
Robert C. 'Crnell David Bryson
Benjamin Clark John Hichcock:
Petor M'Cartee Lewis hiartman
.1,,, ...... George S. Fox"
Gerardus Post JohnB. Wright
F 1-,,; C,.,,, s IBenjamin Strong '
I ,,,.1_.. i,,,,i George Sehmelzel
r -', ,- :. ni..,, 'Saul Ale '
11,. ,, \ ,r, 1i.:-k Robert White, ja
* i.., L- r', -.':. Jacob T. Doty
Isaac Frost.
JOHN L. BOWNE, President,
ANDREW COCIK, Secretary.
S t" The business ot this Company is limited to Insurance
againstFire, and their terms are as favorable as those of the
other Officesof thiscitv a all
f' Office--Ao.27 Whilstreet,,
CAPITAL, one million of dollars-infoeua thegpublic that
they will take FIRE RISKS throughout the Union on as fa.
vorable terms a any similar istitution in the city J
rienry Rankin Robert Le Roy
John MIons DuncanP; Campbell
NathauielPrime Austen L. Sands
Peter Remsea Hvenry Carvy
GarriteStorm J'...llt. R-Indolph
Jonathan Goodhue J -,ji. .l
ThomasL.Ogden- t ,,i.f.-,,,\,r.isy "
James Hard Jobhn Robins
S John Jacob Astor John Glover,
Edward H. Nicoll Samuel S. Rowland
Henry Thomas Peter Crary
Edmund Smith Jonathan Ogden
Goold Heyt Charles H. Ruasell
Henry Beeckman IsaacCarow
EdwardR. Jones Benjamin L. Swan.
HENRY RAN IN, President.
s RICHARD DUNN Jun. Secretary.
NEW-YORK-Office No. 2 Franklin square;
CA adjoining the Franklin Bank
IRE the following species of Property, viz: Buildings in
most parts of the United States, Household Furniture and
other moveables, Merchandize of various kinds, Vessels wand
Cargo, while in part, on the most favorable terms---and alW
Losses, a heretofore,willbe promptlyadjusted and paid.
NoahJarvis, Harris Scovell,
Henry Aster, Thomas Waring,
Robert Bogardus, Walter Mead,
Anthony Steinbach, Stephen'Kingsland
Cors. Schuyler, Henry-P. Havens.
Thompson Price, Benjamin Andrews,t
'George Youle, Thomas W. Thorne,
Joseph N. Lord, William Couch,
George Lovett, Thomas H. Milli,
S. avil Lyon, JohnL. Embi ree
Theeomas- Chester, Samuel Bell, andj.
Sannmel Cowdrey, John mSidell.
BENJAMIN CRANE. Secretary. ivic
t Office, No. y Wall Street, New-York,
NCORPORATED wv.illh a Capitalof Half a Million ofDol'
larsfor thesole purpose) 'insurance against LOSS OR DA'
MAGE BY FIRE, Dwellin I-louses Warehouses, Buildings
in general, Merchandize, Ships in Port and their Cargoes,
Household Furniture, Wearing Apparel, and every descrip.
tlin of Personal Property.
Applications made from any par iofthe United States,ac-
companied by a, particular description ofthe btildings,ocdupa'
tion, how situated, &c.,willbe promptlyattended to. -The
rates ofpremium andconditionsoflInsuranceareuniform with
theother FireInsuranceCompaniesin'thiscity.
JoaathanLawrence PeterA. Jay
James Lovett David M. Prall
Frederick De Payster Michael Burnham
Samuel Betts Jeromus Johnson
Ienryv Kneeland James Strone

l ACLAUREN'S WRITING SCHOOL.-The under- Thomras Bloodgood John Flack
signed havingengaged to teachthe writing ofthe New- John A. Stevens Jacob P. Giraud
York Hiuh Sehools, and some other institutions, will hereaf- Robert Ohesebrough Joseph Hudson
ter be absent from his room from 9 A. M. until 1 P. M: Francis H. Nicoll Charles Town
Classes will attend at the room from sunrise until 9 A. M. Thomas Lawrance George Barclay
and from I until jO P throughout the year. James Boyd, Jun. John P. Stagg
The subscriber's practice ofmaking up all lessons lost by William W. Fox John I. T'hlband
the pupils, will bA changed-no allowance for lost lessons. JONATHAN LAWRENCE, President.
unless in case of sickness, or some unavoidableoccucrence: 39 NATHANIEL W. STRONG. Secretary.
- Terms-Month's lessons, daily, $7; Quarter's lessons, 3 ARTIFICIAL ENAMEL HUMAN EYES.
times a week., $10; Quarter's lesson, daily, $15; Payable at (IROUC. I IN 1824.)
entrance. in the beinnino ayR.JOHN SCUDDER, respectfully informs those whop
Nw. Classes commenceinthe begin ing ofMay. may desire his services, that he still attends to his profess
Principals ofClasical and Young Ladies' Schools, are re- asOculist. The fitting Artificial Eyes so nerr as to resemble
sp.ectfly informed that the subscriber has yet some tmie to Life, and deceive the most sceptical, is perhaps one ofthe
dispose ot in their service. V.. S. McLAUREN, most extraordinary of all operations tending to remedy the
122w Writing master, 99 Beekman-st. delciicies of the human fraiue. The great success that has
INSTRUCTIONS ON THE PIANO FORTE. attended him,and the manyhundred patients that have avail-
.'t RS. FLEETWOOD continues to give lessons on the themselves of the invention, is a criterion by which others
J-l above instrument. She has a vacancy at present for maybe voen,,rA
two pupils. Ladies, or heads of families desirous of enga- ,. : .. H- ..: upon than asightlesaclos-
gins her, will oblige herby an application previous to the 1st ed eye,and the loss is indeed misfortune, as it disfigures the
. Il %M, .1 17 Murrav-strect. a4 face. distorts the features, and renders the patient unfit to
mingle in society.
SYRUP OF LIVERWORT By applying to Dr. S'. the real Eye will be correctly imi-
I OR COUGHS, SPITTING OF BLOOD, and CON- tamed. ana an artificial one so set as to wmnk and move wdih.ieh
SUM PTION.-The attention of the afflicted is respectfully,r eal eye in any direction. Being made oftle fiinest FlintEnla-
called to this Medicine, as experience has proved it to be a imcl, and highly polished, it is worn with the greatest ease,
safe and efficacious remedy in the above complaints, which- and least pain, and will never wear out. Those who have had
may be taken at the commencement; and, in maey cases, has their misfortune to lume one of these valuable organs of sight,
removed confirmed consumption. Perhaps there is no medi- can' be made whole in appearance if not in reality,
ina more entitled to public confidence than this simple re, Please apply by note, (post paid,) stating name and resi-
medy. deuce.
This syrup was first prepared and brought into use in the e l-Dr. JOHN SCUDDER confines himself altogether to
society of Shakers, at New Lebanonu; and, having, proved sfi DISEASES OF THE EYE.,
fectual in removing diSeases -fi. ue 'l,.11i ;- many cases in The most difficult and severe cases coming under his prac-
that Society, they have since l.e,,-.i- ,.-,.l -flhred it to.the ice, havingbeet sucoessfully treated.
public as a tried and approved remedy, wortlief their coil-. Office of the American Museum, in the Park. New-York.
Silence. Dr. Scuddor's celebrated Eye-Wash, for inflammation and
,N.B. None is genuine unless the initials ofG. K. L. are on weakness of the eyes, is for sale at RUSHTONS, William-
the se'tl, and th4e pame G. K. Lawrence upon the accompany- street, between Liberty street and.Maiden Lani at Hart's,
ingdirections. cornerof Broadway and Chamber street ; at Hoadley and
Soldmwholesale and retail, by I LU-H1, H.I 1 i;' & CO, No.. Phelps'. corner ofWall and Water streets; at Dickie's,cor-
lcewyich-street, and Jnse-l.I in i. .. ,. Co .No. 112 ner of Lispenard street and Broadway ; apd at Bourne's Es-
Canal street, ew-Yonri-'"'- ** i i .i- I --I lhad, the Vege. tablishment, 35913roadway. as. nt
table Bilious Pills, Digesti .: -i ,I. --"* Flower of ElmO, ir
and various other medicineprepared as above. ao0d&clm "i INES-Old Sherry, Madeira, Fayal. Imitation Sherry
and, .i. .t.i p d a d Port, and other Wines. lbr sale in lots to suit purcha
9 a- NEW YORK, March 23d, 1829. srs, hy DAVIS & BROOKS, 28 South-street.
,OCTORPRESTI.--' ,. --i.,. .. .i.,,,, ESSi RAGS.-200 bales,landingthisday in frenteof
vour requestinstatin,_- .r I1. .. I ,' 'i...: the subscribers' Store, for sale by
., .... ....,,.... ,: '.,. r, -..,, G. G. & S. IlOW LAND, 50 South-st.
,, "e,.r uiy., ; ,but wEMn ,ACO.......r.. wh wasetaruc.
c t eT hitnure geca IBI3ONS- case ontaining Watch and Belt Ribbons
.. .. .e a s t h e c u r e w a s a s se r te d fo r s a le b y
.1, i -,-..'m,,,,,,u- ---... ,.... .. o-. m8 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad-street.
,. .,. ..... ,11._ .,, .- ,. .... i SIHlERRY-in cases of two dozen bottles each
t.' I i,, I-.--,. -- Ih ,-i. .1,i-Il 1- -. ,. ,. I,'. b led in 1822, just received, bor sale by
9 d in 'a ~ m ......t.. G iAClil & CO. 20 Brnadstreet.
Ib~ o', '$ ln 11 .. .. ." ,. *, ..... ".fit-.r. |,|,, .... f In or..r.:_.- i ,. ,. p. .Port. Claret. Chaipaign, te. c. m8
Sherii a r, hutim .-..... r ........ f l ." lw-,, ,ir EMP& TOBACCO.-7 lids.-very prime Kentucky
.cgive without theo rlI o "the eVilre"', "- e ,r. a. ." Tobacco mi sbccted parcel; 229 bales do. do. Hemp,
Grand street or at the office ol the Morng Her ald all tt lading froAu ship Talma, at Marketslip, fob saleby
r es -fld i.R GLOVFR m may be' M_ 8 .LREMISEN & COO 109 Pgrl-stipost.
Sconsulted iu all cicatse lDES-~1fl0 drySated Hides, landing from brig Julia,
diseaNses at his Lock Dispen- AO froItBahia, at Elephauts wharf, for sale by
". l sarylNo. u 59 Ciatliam-st.,op- m8 / P. REMSEN & CO. 109! Pearl-street.
td f posite Mulberry-street New- u "RW H t-lAVANA SUGAR-100 boxes will be landed
.elYorek. Strangersmareapprisod D Robrig r Fountain, Murra yls-wa-fbovrseb y
That Dr, G. has been regular- fR .romA & rrim1'0N, r srlle y.
r^_._____v et d as a Surgeon and in8 REMSEN ,& CO. 109 Pearl street.

a. attenlhon excl sivl II. ,'.".' f l' r'i"li'.' ne, .i .:r'ip, 1liading onlur ap
branch of Is- profIesioa /al'ala thismorning, at Market-st whnrf, for sale by
.which enables him to assurathose who favour him with their ni8 P. RIEMSEN & CO. Hanover square.
cinfidehce, that Ihis constant., steady, and iuurelitted atten-a. HISKEY-0B hds. 2 tons Beans, Il hhd. smoked Hams
tion to this class of diseases, viz. Glees, Ulcers, Strictures, W fbr sale by
&c. hmavn long, arnd very justly entitled thi e meritorious prati.' m8 HART. HERRICK & CO 19 South at
tioner to a decided superiority. CCo49'' 4' on t.
The r.niay bc consuitedin all those obstinate enld p ii IN I' LAIES-3000 boxes Mlonmouth brand, for sale by
.ranted casehivich hav-e baffliedthe skillofnmedical menwu ,', ni DAVIS & BROOKS, 28'Soutlh st
have devoted less attention to this branch of q)edic4ite, ad EM' tI tons ea St. Petersburg, of superior qali
whose practiebmand experience are more limited, Et landing fli-em ship Columbia, t Murray'si wharf ft r
A pluranlity ofolices are prepared, and the strictest secrecy iale by FiISH, GRINNEL'svf CO
observed. Persons at a distance, by writing their case. i oT 13 Front-stre8
enclosing a seasonahble hbe, shall have medicine sent to order 1 6R 0 F rona-shr"et'
Attendance daily, from 7 A. M. to 0lOP. M. All otters must --S00., 000 Havana, light brown, brown and yellow,
be pt 'i mm3'awc2aw DeLa Rosa brand, in whoe and halfboxesfrale by
be po i. m8 lMATTEWS & LEVERING, 112 Front-st.-

Thetwo story modern builtDwelling House, 12
u!l Walker st. Rent-$425. Apply.at45sPeatrlst.
The House79 Murray street, well calculated for
a private Boarding House or a School--rnt mode-
rate. Apply ts A..IMBERT. 79,Murray street. nm2-7
L "To a respectable:and steady gentleman, of quiet
I;;5"H habits, inMurraystreet, No. 78.
a The three story dwelling house 313 Greenwioh
s street, from the first of May next, to be seen from
C 12 t2o 2 oclotk. a14 tf
l.".-- A Store corner of Lewis and Seventh streets. fo
.A a Grocery. There is room for a family, an from it
location is a desirable stand, in the midst of all the ship yards.
Rent $275 only. Apply to WILGUS, 40 Arcade.
alO '
SThe pleasantly situated and commodious three-
Sstory brick Dwelling House, No. 141 Washington
street, at present occupied by Mri.Wm. I. Shepherd.
For terms, apply to' "
2 JOHN JACOB ASTOR. 8 Vesev street.

Andimmediate possession given, thethree-story
SHuse, No. 96 Cli street.
ilLa Inquire of JNO. & GEO. TREDWELL,
243 Pe'rl street.

-4Sk. The Very convenient wooden built two-story
I-i House.No.12 Walkerstreet, from the st of May
next. Rent'$425. .
e ll Apply at No.245 Pearlstreet.
TO LET-. -
AM )For one year, or for the summer, the large two
l'fI l story Dwelling House ofthe subscriber, with about
lj'l efour or fiye acres of land, situated on the East iv-
er at Manaroneck, West Chester county. Possession given.
at once. Enquirer of Henry Munro; FEq. Mamaroneck, or
of W. N. Dyckaian,'Esq. 36 Cedar street, New York.
a30 2aw lie Io DELANCEY
t-. r The four-story fire proofStore 32 Pearl, corner
m[7" '"'W l of Moore-street.
.L'"L The four-story Brick Store 113 Bread-street, near
South-street. Inquire of
al S. WHITNEY, 46 Front-street.
M..-1 FOR SALE-five years' Lease of a- House and
-7. j Garden, beautifully situated at Brooklyn, No. 238
ALA Fulton st. about ten minutes' walk from the Ferry.
ie 1' ., Innuire of HASKELL. Arcade.
,' \ An elegant retail Drug tore. situated in thIe up-
i p e [_r i art ofthe city, is for sale on reasonable terms.
desirable situation for a young PhFysiian-
rentlow. and the Storecan be obtained for any length of
time. For particulars, inquire of ".
m7 corner of Walland Water-streets.

z- ., To Let, a Country-House on the farm of the
Subscriber, on the.banks of the' East River, five
.rAUmiles from New-Yoik, with a lared Garden. ice-
house i&s he nvewhent, and hihe situation heal-
-"h. A,.ply to SAMUEL STEVENS. Esq. No. 4'Cedar-
-ri mt. GEORGE GIBBS. .mlldiwaswt
1- 'E five LotseofGround at Albany Basin,-at thecorner
of Washington and Albany-streets, to leasei frr ia Icrrai ofr
years, beingvery eligible situation for a Lmrnbur s id. Im-
mediate pssessionmay be had. Apply to, LDE% A. RD R.
JONES, N6.63Broadway, or
all PETER SCHERMERHORN, 21 Parkjlace.
+- The new three-story .brick House and Store. wrfth
:''. white marble basement, situated on the Sixth Ave-
1BA-_.,nue, third house above the Ninth Wau d Hotel-a
most advantageous stand for the retail Dry Good business.-
It is finished in the most modern and convenient style. To
a good tenant the rent willbemoderate. Apply at the Office
of the American, or of
a ,P. A. HEGEMAN. No. 7 Oak-street.
etni A large and very pleasant front ROOM, with pan-
J !j try, on the 2d floor, and two front Rooms on the
3d floor-may be had,furnished or unfurnished, as lodging
rooms, or together with the kitchen and garret. which would
make a very pleasant residence for a family, at it Broad-st.
Inquire of K. MINOR, at this office. ai8 tf

r. Iivingtonstreet, with the Houseadjoininhg togeth-
A'ZLi3Lr witn the Paint Mill, Pattern Blocks, Loom Ta-
bles, Cushions, and otherarticles, appertainingto The manun-
factory. Apply to ANTHONY CARROLL,
F 8tf 37 Pine street.
A TIl House and Store corner of Lewis and Stan-
Nms lS to-streets, together with four' Hoses 'with stores
-aaH-djoiningi Stanton-straeet, all of Brick, and po-s.
sensing every advantage of location, being near the Ship
Yards, and in the neighborhood of the DryDock-rent low.
Applyv'at40 Arcade,ap stairs, to WTVILGUS.
_- 'O LET-From the st ofMay next, the.well
1'.-j builttwo story brick dwelling house No 579,
4 Broadwav, now occupied by Mr. C. H. Hall, to-
gether with the fine garden belonging to it. On the premise,
are an excellent coach house and stable. For terms, apply to
JOHN JACOpI ASTOR, 8 Vesey-street. or
JACOB B. ThYLOR,corner ofClarkson and
ft Greenwich streets.
--n F TI-HE three story basement House, corner of
S"d- i LEt..,in e and Varick streets, in perfect order for a
t ir.. family. Also, the Store and back room
.,. I r -l.j,_:.:..- well situated for any retail busiaesa. Ap-
ply on the premises, or at No. 8 College.
FOR SALE-A first rats Barouche Wagon and Family
Horse, to be seen at Linn's Livery Stable, Anthony street,.
doors east of Broadway. as8 tf
-- FOR SALE-the three-story brick-built House
l, : i Hand Let, 77 Chamber-street. The lot is 25 by 75
IZI1L feet deep. The house is 25 by 60 feet deep, and
built in a moat substantial manner, completely finished
througheutin a modern style, and is a moat desirabje situation
foray phymIcian,having a spacious office on the ront base-
ment story. For further paticulars, apply to
ri7 J. & B. MARSHALL. 271 Pearl-street.
at3. That pleasant situation on the corner of Willow
sIlS and Pine ApnleiStreets. It consists ofadwelligg-
4SsIhouse nearly new, and in perfect repair-a conye-
nient Stable,and large Garden. To a person doing business
in the lower part of the city, an opportunity is now offered-
for procuring a delightful residence, which rarely occurs.-
The furniture is also offered for sale. For further particulars,
iliuire on the premises, or at 123 Pearl street, up stairs. sa2tf

4,,,. The large and elegant Establishment. 67 Green-
wich-street; being'40 feet front on Greenwich-
street, and 50 feet fronting on Lumber-street.
'he House on Greenwich-street is 40 feet front,by feet-
deep, and is'finishen in the best manner throughout. The
buildings in Lumber-street are, a Stable and Coach-House,
and a large fire proof Warehouse, with extensive cellars.-
All the buildings were erected'by days' work, in the best and
most substantial manner, and of the best materials. Apply
r2st No. 1 Greenwich-street.
?-Th GeCountrv-Seat on the East River.
ltI'a The Seat of the late Peter Schermerhorn, on the
-AI'.ibank of the East River. five miles' from the city,
near Hell-Gate Ferry. The situation is net exceeded by any
on this island. The buildings and grounds, (about 3l acres)
are in-goad order Immediate possession will be give. Ap-

The four story brick STORE No, 58 Pin-street
lSi.1 at present occupied by John S. immins. The Lot
1is 9I feet 6 inches on the easterly side, and 93 feet
4 inches on the westerly:side by 24 feet 7 inches front and
iear. The store is 63 feet 10 inches fire proof and built in
the best manner; it is rented for the next year at $1000,
which rent it is presumed it will always command. The
owner @f this property having removed from the city, it will
be sold on favorable terms, fer further particulars apply to
m5 GRACIE &,CO. 20 Broad-street.
-!% A pleasant country residence, situated 12 miles
IIH- from the city of New-York. and within one quarter
l ostfa mile efro the village of West Chester, contain-
ing about 14 acres of land, well stocked with fruit treessand a
good garden. Every convenience can be obtained in the vii-
lae. Stages run easly to the city, find a steamboat during
the summi'er spaso. The house'and outhouses are in good
order.tPossesEio i can be had imimnedttely. For further par-
ticilarsAppl ty ts M, S, HIL,
i15tf i25 Merchants' Ex-shPmge,
Nl. pnl-strTeets, 75 feet oniWalker-strectr hnd 50 feet on
.1'AChapel-strect, to lerae fot d;r years, h o oor sale.
10r ilASE-,th, we wo thre-story rick Houses at the cor-
ner o iourtl A d Greenwich-stees. They can be made
to communicate by doors cut through the partition wall; and
the situation is considered very eligible if n a Hotel or Board-
p -the large and elegant House No. 69 Greenwich
strei, withaltable'in the rar. A'Iply to
a21 243 Water.street.
A-rAu ThestoneMansion, beautifully situatedat Will-
PSS5B iaisbuohb, oil the bask of the East river, on the
Rl M Long island shore, directly opposite tothe foot af
Grand street and within a minute's walk of the ferry together
with about twvo acres of Land attached on which is a stable.
Cirriage house, woodfiousie, garden, fruit trees, &c. The
hosse is (il by 5-1 feet built with mahogany doors and marble
mantel pieces in theinout tasteftul and substantial manner,ori
story on a bahitpentwithli heavy colonadeiin front. Theelt-
usetin isdevated, affordingabundantand fine water,uniform-
ly healthy, and commands one oftheilnest views in the neigh-
borhood of New-York.,
For terms apply to D. GRISWOLD, on the premises,
or at 44 Pine street.; 28 tf

:. r';l'i. --5 hall' inpr. III qr. eaki Mide~ri W- me. vin.
mirCe irIs. -1iatel ex.c-easly Ihm the Luondon msrle
57 pl.Ce 1 Iu-esiLse \% r t.e, the anb' % i r .-s at in brind,
- ..,ie :by lL[FLERi HARMOtNY,
C:1 Brundwu.y.
hEmt LtL, or AN IMO l \ -Ii-'hrt,:As cksof iRgulns
f t i. Oniul thtrtS 'it lral to be. si dl.' "
".u I I, t;A .TI ':A I, 131 Pearl-st.
RIED PEACHES-5 barrels, a superior article, for sale
by HART, HERRICK & CO. 19 Soithst. ml

,. AT TN. Doo L..Aa'rrm ANum.'

Thethree story brick House No. 5 NorthMoore
h Street. This h3use is finished in the modern style.
.3 5 Apply to JOSEPH BLUNT,
m9tf .46 Wallstreet.
I The three-story brick'ouse No. 21North Moore
street, near Varck-strnet. -AI A
mG 1w 4 Wall. or 49 Hudson-street.
lI' That large and cemmodious House and Garden
.!elf- -Spot, -itatld on 42d and 43d streets, and one
hundred feet wetfrtem the Eighth Avenu e. his Well calce-
lated fo a.boarding school, summer retreat, or f.or a.priat
familybeingpleasantlysituaftdo'hihighsgronid, within view
ofthe North Rivero&c. Thehousehas 25 rooms,nith a good
well and pump in the cellar, and ean.be,.put in complete re-
pair fer a mere trfle. The Garden island out ad atresent
plantedfor print vegetables.. The aboue-wile.e I or ex-
changed for property inthe city oenaccmmgdautng trms, and
possession given immediately. A Ioply =-
r t A AeALVORDl-''roie, .
N. B. The above premises tol.et ..' s_"ffi24 tL.-
WO very valuable Farms, adjoining.each otthr, and situ-
ated very pleasantly on the Passaic river, in Livingston town-
ship, nine miles from Newark, conlainingtogether about 'one
hundred and eight acres, threefburthsofeachare-in mead-
ow, and are supposed to be equal to any Farms of their .size
in the township, tlor grazing-will keep five and twenty cows
besides the usual number of horses and horned cattle tfeceasa-
ry for-the use of the same. On each-farm is a small comfort
able house, largebarn, sheds, &ceandsa sufficiency eof good
wood and plough land. ,by
ALs -A valuable Fatm at Woodbridge, ll miles from the
town,containiaagone hundred and twenty five acres of good
land-twenty ive of which are covered with choice Hickory
and other timber. There is a good Farm House"i on the pie-
mines. a large barn. corn crib, new barrack arid a 'fine orchard.
ALSO--A convenient two story House, fifty feetflort, with
a largeGarden, pleasantly situated atWoodb&idgeon the road
leading to Bonuam Town, and about one fourth of a'mile om
thl Cross Key Tavern. .
A aso--a well-builtland convenient house, two stoiies high,
with a small garden, next to the Mill at Milton; Thtroos.
in front is fitted Up for a store, amid is considered an excellent
stand for business. audis within half aile-of-a-navigable -
ALSo-a very neat and well-built two-story House, with a -
Store adjoining, in the rear of which are five acres of very
rich meadow, siturted in Elizabethtow-n, at the junction of
r tie Morris and Newark Turnpikes. Ten tons of hay have
been cat thereon in one season.
r Aiso-a valuable little Farm. only ten minutes' walk from
the centnle or ElizaleuiLowmn; containing twenty acres of rich -
meadow, and five acresroffine wood; also, abont seven acres
Qf salt meadow, about twoammiles from the same. On thermaid
farm is a substantial house, in the cottage style, conveniently
Sarranged-two barns, a well ofgood water, and acistern that
will hold twenty hogsheads.
SAiso-an extensive building and lot of ground, known by
the namdof Mechanic Hall, situated in Elizabethtown, in
Bridge-street. It will accomrmodae several families, and
* rents generally for $300 per amnum.
ALso-a two-stoiv houseaud' shop adjoining, in Bridge-
street, in Elizabethtown.opposite to the Adelphian Academy
f with a garden, cistern, &c.
ALso-A very .valuable piece of Woodland containing
twenty and a .halfacres, about a mile from Elizabethtown,
.I ,h.: -inlue d Rtel'am-, fro-i ie pitacr i th ins.sd .:maridng Ere
urabibis in H tc oc' a'hlJo d
ALso-14 acres of! Laud in good heartyleasantl.y situetod
on the road leading to Elizabethtown Point. andl sabohofone
mile fromn the same, on whichare seiteral fine situations for
Aiv,,-2-i lcrasuhI mhiTe ,adot Ilv;ns n Newark Bay--lhi
nmad',i i- 'fis supminorqujdr%, and the lisav may be takis off
inn tb in tIhe summeamsL.aoin-it is ietuat-d one rade 'r-.a L.-
Ilu l,,ll.)s ri I-. nl.oa .
Ail,.-AL.'-.mt.ij,), acrei>olrc trs rast lmd, strustd in lie U-
nmi i ",aieis hMi.in, Tract. DeliwaveCourit.State of'Osit;
aS-um. inml+-,, 1',n ',ln.6i, a Goeirnmenti. is in Ihel ha-ret o
a thickly settled country. In its neighborhood are many
mills, several places ofworship and mechanics of: every 5^-
scription; was located by the subscriber in 1800-title from
the United States-taxes all regularly paid up- to the present
'ear-no incumibrances.whatever. I ,. 1 -.
The whole ofthe above property, or any part thereof, will
be sold at a fair price, or exchanged Ar property well sitmua-
ted in New-York. Inquire at the residence of the subdcri-
ber,in Elizabethtown.N.J. THOMAS SALTER.
m21tf "
jUOR SALE--those four Lots of Ground known as Nos.
JI' 17. 19, 21, and23, Suffolk-st-reet, commencing one rhun-
dred feet from the corner of Grand-street. Apply to
Sml3 GERARD W. MORRIS. No. 35 Cedar-street.
n TCHCOCK'S Newly Invented Snuff! for the Cure and
Sabsolute Relief! !.Of Catarrh; Dizziness; Weak Eyes;
Nervous Headaches; Falet Sickness; Infants' troubled with
Snuffles, 4c. Dr. Hitchcock states that; it is also found high-
ly beneficial in partial'shocks of.Palsy; especially in el-
derly people, the it.having, often been; prbtraetedlfor: years.
9, After an experience mri-rt lii i 'ilt:. -, :-6 irnr, iiec I".I
c.an safely sty, that I hat- mIC niIdhi ,ij' i mhs rtul. l'; d.il.
in th abovediseases Havr,a -rr:,->i it.- ;frFicnrCrit'a >a.
* rieiyofcatarrhal snuff in my -own family. I wee. induced to
make a tria. lor s.aiinitn5i m, h ceiling, aind ltiFca.ci.u '-
its effects- aii.l .a l 11 in, the diic,.aeryuothe INz.-lInstmtEd
Snuff, which sucrCsE l 1,tm adidriraonr in moyawr, family air
with nuneruu einin-ra w he ippiie to me a ir rerIhsE I Canno.t
Sthered6rforbeor .Il'air thin- Aiuh piinc[,.iiln.:.n ir, iN,
a benefits de-m.enl fIl ii- tsO ith Otf hEs nurol', m arid oilr.,rh
'umberless Ceenir iifiLes. ni' unldtined g.,d effects mgigTi
be obined 1 prefer resting it onits own merits,.dud'sb iaia.
Sbiassed trios Wo0 Tdid pmble..who alia .itI ,i urrehel'i hiBa
above diaiea. TheT attoearticlee is |u rt irerioed trrm nlie
p1 Vroetrtrr.,,lit ,! Btli.ogtn .mirias arn, r Bsale, b v Dr.
9 JAIIES H rAhT.a:.ri,r.-:.Brodw dwa ard C,',ml.tr'i si..
. atthe low price of-25 cents per Bottle, with directions. -m8
a YPHILITIC PRSVENTATIVE.,atthieMedical Reposi-
O1 tory, No.241 Duane, between Greenwich and WashinE-
tos-staeets-where extraordinary CURES are daily inade in
a I stages of the Disease, withoutthe aid of Mercury.
A preventative of this malady, which, on itsfirst appear-
f anee in Europe, baffling of medical skill terrified mnsirind,
and th:eatned t-he destruction nf the hinian race, (after-
Swardis mitigatedand relievedby mercury, the abuse nfwhich
btls since been severely felt by millions,) always and long a
lsileratums, promises now to realize the historian's pro-
rheoy, thatthetime wouldarrive,wwhenthedisease from the
WeitHaike the'Lne from the East (the Leprosy should be
known only bvnanie." .
TlhePREVi i'ATiVE is to .be had oh mIm Ppropr, -tr
aiV atthe.Repository, wherehe-nay beconsuHcd.rom In
themor oaiaitiillo10atnight., VVM. CHEEKS;M -D.
CO F-I- EYE -tI- .UMLri .. ;TS.
A"- OM FLETL sLjo m i, -irinuiin. made by0Weiss1
I4.iJasn. roratie. Apple a in bus, tr 1t DODD-,f-CO. m Na.
at Broaoway. 'd B .:: ; 'ylo.:
t ATTEaN 'C-.l L rie, H-LMORInDPE.or PiLEELEC.
IL'Al.1 ai.J (-i)N tXIENT --II- tn.p-a'; o i4s knwn 1o
oea I-.- iI. CLh'L.'A'7. L-d'.. ,, E.L r:. n 'nv oim tie mu.t re--
spectibl.- pi r:i-ii, in i..i:,,Lon rsin ici'v. i h"hn ta .- tbees Ce reil
after ai.m- itI M.NIrti-cem a l'li day. The iulloing C Csrla.
cates willstI.w :- .
S s "B Bson,. Noemtbe29, 186.'
S'rUs is to certify,that I have used Patton's eebris-hed' Plle
Electuary,and was entirely cured in one week, after being
liflhctad for inoretlian twenty years '
WIllSir-I havaebeen afflicted with these troublesome affeo.
tit LS called Hmmorrieles.er Piles; and bylthe laseoflPattcn's
camsbrated Electuary, havebeen est-irely relieved.,
SBoston,Jan. 20, 1827. N. H, CRANE.
I'hec.elcbrated BALM of EGYPT,for Coughs, Asthmas
Co:rsumptions. Whooping Coughs, &c. Sold-by .lohlmB
,'odd,&Co. Chemists, &c. No. 181 Broadway; Piace &
Snui a'l.rdnearthe'Park Theatie; and Dr. Proudfeot,cormer
I Grand street and Broadway. leI s
6, 2 Cannon, between Delaney and Riviagton streete-
Office 34 Exchange Place.-At this Estblishment i; l
commetantly be found thefollowingartiqhes : a .., s a
Fire Bridks, .warranted equal totheSa.urbfidge B~nka nd
Brackets for setting Grates, superior to Soap Stone i'apjsearo
ance and durability; Patent t'rtabhle Bake Ovents; Portawia
Furnace; ronuid and squaree Cylinders lft Stove-m'akls-'
PerforatedlBrieks, for Stoye Pipes; Tiles, hor flagging .xad$,
areas, dardon walks, kitchens &f.;' Baker's do6Gabsle and,
Wiall Coping, Chimney Toyps; Gutters,Basins. AotiWsr-.pose
stall sizes, plain and ornamiented, ,ee. ,
ALcaeFire Clay, Fire Cement, of euperiop quality, Ibr
building furnaces wherethe most intense beat is required.
Al altlicles in this line masle to nahlern atrhort notice, sl
Fl I-E STERLING COMPANY have still on hand, fpr sale
-B. ai reduced !eieea, an aforltment otl-.
ChaiiCablea. Anchors, Bobstays,,
Sheoosa tnh Ties. manufacturer front Pern Iron,
Anchors frons 50 to 3001) lhIs. for Hemp and Chain Cables
Hooks and Thimbles, Marline Spikes,
Spikes from 3to 13 inches, Boat looks, Topmau .,
Caulking and Marking Irons,
Black and bright Belaying Pins, Hooks end Hinges,
.Straodo. ofll sizes, Sliding door furniture.
Cast Sash Weights, Cast Steel, pahshed and bik hammers
.Mason's, Sinith's Riveting and blasting Hamners,
Stocks and Dies, iatchets, Wreeches,
Axes of all descriptiou s, Cooper's asnt Car pen tert aAAl p< '1
Knob, FrontDoor, Mortie, Drawback, ( Sn dzeoo n3
tinq. and Bin Locks, &e. .oot, .eru ,
hIsyiavemlcsolbrsalo0g1 Very favorable terms, ;th I!'
Bo[ lt Sr0, Sssrted from 9-16 to 2 inches
.t:n Yno. do 3-16 to e inch, Spike Rods, i Inch- "
Anchor Stock,assorted Piston do. from S"to 3 in5.
B .,, I s -r.. as-ii .nt' ; AIA r i ho SI(.
H....,. rt.. 1l 'i m"'r, ,ll m n ie f'r..m [hi bs sl sdit a p.
All-.. ',i., Inn I't- hi.n, s do. Nrm TI, v en.i.. Osrndmuune
0.,. L it,g hiai C.ti i aid,. .line r c, -.'tl r.l
t'.,r[,h-t u 'r'li ji tin-isr otfi:e. Io. it'M Wsmesn.strei, C-r at
ah,: lftrtrorm ,'insrin r s itu ii-ium in m d Chu lm ,n Atrer.a F.1t
4k IC, INE"'.--.m l.h butts sat-a.rier *iul, lt old ta\
t S 5h.iri-, in W .. 'juqr c.,sksi od gold 3cclor Ehn.rr W is .
o laid,.H t.bisa 5,, ir c,6skdint Wine. ninds aprsaLly
m l'.,r-i', AlAnsi:ricn anid Paniec, mmrlista