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 27, 1839
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 )
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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>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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 Related Items
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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IN(M, hAY 27, 1839.

VOL. XXI. NO. 7304.

TERMS-Daily Paper, $10 per annum, payable semi-
smi. Weekly Tuesday and Friday, $4, payable alwtvay
in advance)
T, i .Weekly, .Tuesday, Thursday andj Saturday, at $6,
payable always in advance.
STerms for advertising in Daily ]Paperi.
VALV "SQUARE, DAILY-S8 lines or less-Firstinner.
ton, 60 cent;second and third insertions, each 25
cenrt and 181 centefor every subsequent inserdon.
SQUARE, DAILY,-16 lines, or over 8 and less than 16-
First Insertion, 76 cents; second and third insertions,
each 25 cents; and 1S| centatsfor every subsequent inese
tion. _' :
AD V ERTISEMENTS kpt on theinside are charged an
additional price.
ADVERTISEMENTS, upon whichthe numberof times
lorinsertion IS NOT MARKED, will be inserted and
charged until )rderedout.
f Al LY ADVERTISERS, paper included, $40-with-
out the paper, $32 per annum: not, however, for a less
period than six months.


SMonthly Report.- ?ince tith last report 13 persons
have been insured -
Of whom 8 are residents ofthecity ofNew.York.
0 areresidentsoutofthecity of New-York
5 are Merchants
1 a Clergymen,
I a Lawyer ,
"are other pursuit.
These, there areinswuredfor 1 year anO over 4
shereare insured for7 years 9
there are insured for life, 0
Of',thsee there areinsuredfor$1,000 and under S
&thereareinsiuredfor $5,000 and under 10
Ithereare insured for $10,000 and under 0
myl7 Z. A. NICOLLSecretary
_j'" Office 54 Wall street.
NXE7 CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-This Com-
rL.ny continuasto make insurance against loss anddamage
1.% firs-e, and the hazards of inland navigation.*
R, Havens, President, B. L. Woolley,
Naiah Taylor, Micah Baldwin,,
CorneliusW. Lawrence, Joseph Otis,
J Philips Phenix,, TFanning C. Tucker
JohnMorrison, Meigs D. Benjamin
Joseph B. Varnuw, John Rankin,
Djvid Lee, John D. Wolfe,
Caleb 0. Hlsted, Nathaniel Weed,
William W. Todd,| Ferdinand Suydam,
William Couch.
dill LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
.3 COMPANY have removed their office to 55 Walt
street; where applications for Insurance against .los or
disnage by fire will receive prompt attention.
Jolhn L. Bowne ^ Ebenezer Cauldwell
John R Willis Morris Ketchum
Silap Hicirks Joshua S. Underhill
Robat C C oroteo Charles T. Cromwell
Jams Barker Cornelius W Lawrene-
ienjamin Corlies Nathaniel Lord
Lindlty Murray Charles Kiselandl
Henri W. Lawrence Edward A. Wright
Stepifen Van Wyck Benjamin Clark
Isaac Frost Robert B. Minturn
Robert D. Weeki James Lovett
John Wood William Bradfordl
Thomas W Jenkins Thomas W. Pearsali
Benjamin Strong Silas Wood
George Hussey George D. Post
Uriah F. Carpenter Benjamin A. Mort
James H.Tltu Joseph L. Frame.
Robert H. Bowne.
*J. L. BOWNE, President.
JAMs WILKISE. Secretary fe21
LI -Persons may effectinsurance withthiacompanyon
heir own lives, orthelives of others, and either for the
Wheleduraftio of life, ofior a limited period. The payE
meats of premium maybe either made annua-ly or.in a
P'.mlumson one hundred dollars:

S 14 72 86 1 53 38 1 48 I 70 83
S 15 77 88 1 86 39 1 57 176311
16 84 90 1 62 40 1 69 1 83 820
17 88 91 165 41 1 781 88 331
18 I 9 9 9169 421 85 189 3 40
19 90 94 173 48 1 891 923 1
20 91 91 I77 44 1 90 194 263
21 92 971 8 45 I 91 19 3 73
22 94 99 188 46 1 92 198 387
28 97 I 031 93 47 1 931 99401
24 99 1 07 198 48 1 94 2024 17
25 1CO 112 2 04 49 1 95 204449
261i 07 117 2 11 50 1 96 209 4 60
27 112 123 2 17 51 1 97 220 4 75
28 1201, 2 24 52 202 237 4 90
29 128 R i 31 53 210 2 59 5 24
30 1 31 2 36 54 218 29 5 49
8 1 321 2 243 55 2 82321 578
813 31 62 50 56 2 47 3 56605
33 34 I1 2 57 57 270 4 206 27
34 35 1 2 64 58 3 14 4 31 650
38 16 8 275 ; 9 356 4636 75
6 l391g 281 60, 4491700
371 43 63 290 \

AdcneyWill be received in deposlte'by the Compary and
pe.u in'trust,, upon which interest will be alloweJ as foli
Upon tums over $100, irredeemable for 1 year, 4j.pei|ct
d, do 106, do 6moa. 4 "t
do ra 100 do 2 .'
Win. Bar James Kent
I homiac W.Ludlow Nathaniel Prime
Win. B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereuax
sonj. Knower Gullan C. Verplancll
Ia er Harmony Henry Brevoort; jr
.oin G. CdAstir James McBridet :"',
r- omas Suffera John Rathbone, Jri
1o n Mason F.G. Stuyvesant I,
aimuel Tbomsoas fhomaa J. Oakliet
Beniamin L. Swam Stephen Whitney '
Stephen Warren: John Jacob Astor.7,
Robert Ray i[GardnerG- Howlavd
SJohn'Johnson liCorn. W. Lawrence4
Jonathan Goodhus
? WM. BARD,Presid
E A. 1icoLL,.seCretary.
Dudley Atkins, ?hysiclaD to the Company. f
b &AVIS, BROOKS & CO., 19 and _21 Broad et. offer
D ffor saleeion: favorable terms--
JRON-300 tons English Bar Iron, assorted, flat, round
200 tons Swedes Iron, common and extra sizes
150 do old and new Sable Iron
1500 bundles English SheetIron. assorted, Nov. 12
to 2T
1200 packs 1st quality, Russia Sleet Iron
65( tons Railroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pi Iron, of approvedstamps
aWdat-Buier-Plate, English and American
TIN PLATES-3000 boxes Tin Plates, most approved
brands, X and extra sizes
1000 ingots BancaTin '
CHAIN CABLES-SO60 tons of Griffith & Lewis' proved
patent ChainCCables,assorted, jinchto 1 inch,
with fuil supplies of apparatus
BRASS KETTLES-SO- casks, assorted, from 1 to 16 o
-. boestGerman make
NAILS-1000 cakasksasorted, Wareham manufacture.
HZMP-100 tons clean Russia Hemp; also, 50 tons East
.IndiaJute Hetn
CORDAGE-1000 coils Ist and 2d quality Russia Cordage
.assorted, i to 6 fnch-entitfed to deuenture.
DUCK, &c.-1800 ps. 1ght and heavy Ravens-'200 ps.
IRussia Sheetings.
BAGGING-50 rolls; also, 500 coils bale Rope.
FLAX-100 bales water rotted Flax.
WIN S-Malaga, dry and sweet, and Muscat Wine in
qr. casks and bbis.- also, Sherry, Port, 7.adeira,
and Claret, in wood and bottles; also,1,O00 bkts,
Champagne Wines. 'Ruinart' and other brands
RIO COFFZDEg GOO bags 1st quality of new crop Ri
Coffee. ,.
70 cases Bengasndlgo, entitled tV deb
860bales green and dry salted Buffalo kides
S20 do Cawnpore and Madras Goat Skins

F1 ABLE AND PIANO COVERS.-The subscriber
Shoe this day received a larse stesortment of Table
and Piano Covers: among which are 7 and 8 4 Embossed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 67 and 84 French printed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 6 6,7 8 and 10 4 Worsted
Tabld and PianoCovers, of all colors. Also, all sizes and
colors of Cloth Table and Piano Covers.
Iy 19 J. S,,FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.
IVA PANY will open this morning, one case Mousse.
lain de Laines, strnall patterns, suitable for travelling
dresses. myls 3t
RAP D'ETE-S. & L. HOLMES, 44 Maiden Lane,
: have received black and colored Di ..p D'Ete, for
gentlemen's wear. Also, fine London4~rills, by the piece
or at retail.
On hard, gentlemen's Hose and half Hose. myl6 3t
lI EN9 UNDER GARMENTS.-A large assort-
L A ment, varying in quality and size, of Shirts and
Praw's of almost every description, suitable for the pre-
sent and comingg season. Also, Hose and Half Hose, of
all the different fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.
vats, Suspenders,' Prussian Dressing Robe. &c, with a
large assortment of Hosiery and Unler Garments for
Females For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery
Store, 14 Maiden Laine, by
& HOPPAS AND BANDANAS-Laige size and extra
4U quality, this day received by
mY1S J. S. FLEET, 10 MaIden lane.
I INEN DRILLING-The subscriber has this day
A received, superfine Linen Drilling, which he of.
fers for sale on reasonable terms.
my15 J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden lane.
* & L. HOLMES, 44 Maiden Lane, have received
an assortment of Table Covers, Stand do., and Fruit
Doiles, for sale cheap by the piece and retail.
Just opened, handsome Towellings and Table Cloths.
my2l 3t
TAPLE DRY GOODS.-The subscribe" has just re-
j ceived a laige assortmentlof foreign and Domestic
Dry Goods; among which are-
4 4 and 9 8 Irish Linens
Barnsley and do do Sheetings
Hone Mill and Waltham do
Linen and woollen Crumb Cloths
Marselles and French Quilts
White and colored Counterpanes
Damask Table Cloths and Napkins
Embossed Cloth, table and piano covers 1
Printed do do and do do
Worsted and Cotton do and do do
White and brown Linen Drillings
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesrings
Bishop Lawns and Brook Muslins
India Nankeens, Ginghams, and Prints
Mousseline de Lane, &c, &c; all of which he will sell
at low prices.
myl J. S FLEET, 10 Malden lane.

RATE PRICES.-To strangers-Strangers visiting
the city will find at FOUNTAIN'S Fancy Dry Qoods
Store, (No 231 Broadway, adjoining the American Hotel,)
an entire and complete aes)rtment of all the various styles
and descriptions of New French Dry Goods, suited to the
season at such prices as will be satisfactory. Am3ng which
are the following:
SILKS-Rich changeable or Glace
Rich striped and figured d,)
Chines, foulard, plain and glace
Gros D'Afriques, plain and changeable
Gros de Indes do do
Poult de Soles do do
Gros de Naples do do
Rich light Silks, figured and plain, for evening
Rich white do do do for weddings
Blue and jet black, of all the above styles
Poplins, plain and figured, kc.
SHAWLS-Diaphanous, Net, Glace Silk, plain and
Mantilas, Paris Gauss, MouselFne de Laine, Cash-
mere, Thibet Wool and Fancy Hdkfa, of the above de-
EM BROIDERIES-Paris work, of the latest fashions,
Capes, Canezous, Chemizettes, Collars, Capes, &c.
LACES-Mechlin, English and French thread, Lielle,
Blonde, Bobbinet, &c, Edgings, of all descriptions
THIN MUSLINS-Just opened, several cases of Paris
Muslins, new designs.
The above, with his general assortment of Goods, have
been selected with great care, expressly for his city trade,
and will be found to be of the finest fabrics and manufac-
ture. my20
I EW GOODS: NEW GOODS! selling at very re.
.1% duced prices!
The subscribers would respectfully inform their cus-
tomers, strangers, and others, that they are now selling
their large and seasonable stock of French Fancy ai.d
Staple Dry Goods, at an i fet"e reduct;n'h for cash. -
Their assortmnein will be foi.l to compi ise the most nove
and b.-autilul styles of Fancy Silk, Broche Cashmere
Thibet, and Camels Hair long and square Shawls, of all
sizes: plain and figured Poult de Sc ies, Gros d'&friquel
Velours d'Alger and Satin Reps: plain and figured change,
able Gros de Nap, P. de Sole, and Groa d'Afrique, of
the most delicate and beautiful combinations of colors;
all the various styles of jet and blue black Silks. Bomba.
zlnes and Crapes; a very large and beautiful variety of
Spring Cambrics, Jaconets and Muslins; Chalies and
Mousselines de Laines at all prices; Paris Embroideries,
Thread Laces, Silk, Cotton and Woollen Hosiery, Fancy
Hdkfs, Scarfs, &c. &c. by the piece or yard.
myll 1w HUGHES & GOYNET, 254 Broadtway.
A LFX. T. STEWART & CO. have just received,
and offer for sale at their ware rooms, 257 Broad,
Foulard'Silk, superior quality and new patterns .-
Gros Odier Cambrics, of the latest styles
Do Jaconets do do do
Embroidered, Silk azid Muslin Robes
Do do do Mantillas
A handsome assortment ol Silk, Muslin-and Valencines
Fancy Silk Bags
New style Embroderies,
Together witht a general assortment of Fancy and Staple
Silk Goods; to which they invite the attention of purchad
sers. my9

U LABKE & COMPANY, No. 337 Broadway, have
now on hand and offer to the ladies of this city, fae
miles from the country andi country merchants, a desire.
able assortment of new Spring and SurmmeryancyGoods-
consisting of-
Rich Chene Silks
Do satin striped Pekin dot
Do do do andfigured Pou',deSois
Do do d do Grode Nap
Do colored strIped.and figured do
Do plain and figured changeable
Plain Gra de Afriques
Do Gro de Suisse
Do Armures
Italian Lustring
Poult de Sois and Satins
Br.,che Shawls,6 4, all wool
French Cashmere do
Embroidered and printed Thibet do
Embroidered Mousseline de Laine imo
A splendid assortment ofPlain, damask, figured and
Embroidered Silk Shawls and Ma.tillas
Rich plain and embroidered Fillet Shawls
Do Mode do
Glaces Silk Squares,with fringes
A large assortment of Paris Lawns
Jaconets, French Prints, Challys
Mousselaine de Laine, Brussels and Thread Laces
Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, Scaris, Fancy Hdkfs,
Bags, &c.
A handsome assortment of Paris Embroidery of the new-
eststyle. ap23 im
t. SCIENCE AND ART, is published every month
by E. LIT tELL & CO. 279 Chesnut street, Philade!jphia,
at Six Dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant sub.
scribers are requested to remit a $5 note on account.
With the year 1839 begins the Seventh Volume of a
New Series, complete sets of which can be furnished at
Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or 1'wo Dollars atid a
Half bound. The New Series is begun because we are ino
longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old.
1 Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Edinburgh Re.
2 Railroad, Quarterly Review
3 Despatches of La Moths eFenelon, Foreign Quarterly
4 Earlier English Moial Songs and Poems,; Black.
wo d's Magazine
Diary of a Dutch Diplomatist in London, Monthly
6 Poetry-The Myrtle; Oaks of Engh.andi Lament of
the Chern kee ; Kate ; Sonnets by Washington
Brown ; To the Planet Venus, Amaranrth, Black-
wood's Magazine, Bentley's Magazine
7 German Manufactures and English Corn Laws.

I HOUSE WANTED-A two story genteel
House for a small family, is wanted in a genteel
l part of the city-if up town, on or near an omni-
-bus line. The rent must be low, but will be paid
promptly, and the best care will be .taken of the house.
Thosethaving such a house will state the rent and situation
directed, 1315 upper postoffice. mh7
TO LET. -The new three story burick House,
No 3 Eighth street, below the Fifth Avenue. It
is finished in the best style, with marble mantel
I pieces, mahogany doors and plated furniture in
the principal story, and may be occupied immediately. It
was finished last November and is thoroughly dry and
Apply at the office of the New York American, No 74
SCedar st. api3
FOR SALE.-"Some valuable property in the
AR City of New Brunswck, New Jersey, consistin
B of houses, stores and farmsa. Also, a large and
S A convenient house, and outhouses, with about 33
acres of good land, pleasantly situated on tue River Rarn-
tmn, about one mile from the 'City of New Brunswick.
Likewise a new convenient house pleasantly situated at
New Haven, Conn.
The above will be exchanged for property in this city.
For particulars inquire of
ap4 if ISAAC LAWRENCE, 499 Broadway.13
ber offers for sale, by private contract, rhe entire
5 Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bounded by
Broadway and Mercer street, Washington and
Waverley pacee; being the most splendid site for private
dwellings,or for a church, in the city. The ground is on
the most elevated part of Broadway, and surrounded by
valuable improvements.
SIt will besoid in one parcel or divided into 15 Lots, viz:
7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing ihe whole front from
Washington to Waverley places,) of about 261 by 96 feet
each; 4 Lots on Washington, and 4 do on Waverley place,
of 6 by 92 feet each
In case of a sale in separate lots, a uni'brm style of im-
provement will be required, and stipulations against nui-
sance.,. The title is indisputable, and the terms wiil be
accommodating. For further particulars, and a view of
the map, apply to
I. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchange,
fe9 Hanover st.
S TO BE LETr.-'The Cellar under the storeoc-
e cupied by the subscribers, corner of Water street;
IhuE and Borling sip, with two convenient entrances
J.-- fromi Water street and Burling slip. The cellar
is large and dry.
mh5 tf E. & G. W. BLUNT.
FOR SALE-I1 Lots ol J Land, situated on
L Lewis and Goerick streets, between Rivington and
"Eo Stanton streets, six on Lewis and five on Goerick:
J- On Lewis street is a large wooden building, fur.
merly occupied by the late Mr. Eckford as a mould left.
On Goerick street the land is open and a very desirable
situation for a lumber yard or building lots. Apply to
dio tf DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st,
FOR SALE--The neat two story brick House
It No 18 Bedford treee, is Incomplete order, having
liS been painted and repaired last spring. Possession
Ii. will! be given on the first May next. The greater
part of the purchase money may remain on bond and mort.
gags. Apply tcl.
fe9 "GRACIE &S CO. 20 Broad street.
OF FOR SALE.-The thrte story. Houses, now
l erecting by the subscriber, on 8th and 9th streets,
-8 between the 5th and 6th Avenues, and which will
be finished on or before the lsto0 April, intha best modern
style, with mahogany doors and plated furniture, marble
mantels and grates throughout. The lota, which are 25
feet by half the block (94 'eet 10 inches) are in fee. App.y
at 5 Lafayette place, or at the Equitable Insurance Com-
pany, 46 Wall street. W. B. LAWRENCE.
Also for sale or to let, two or three small three story
Houses on Waverley Place, west of Washington~square.1
AN and Lot No 3 University Place. The 'ou-e is 35
feetltont, 3 stories high, built in the best manner,
and will be ready for occupation ahout the middle
of April. The lot is in fee. Apply to
irnh8 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21-Broad sts
FOR SALE-The spacious story Housewith
the lot in fee on the weat side of the 5th Avenue,
the first house above W Brevoort's large man-
siin. The lot is 25 by 100, with a court yard of
15 feet, and there is a lot adjoining the rear which cAn be
obtained if wanted for a stable. It will be sold on accom-
modating terms. Possession thr first of May next. Apply
fe14 29 Merchants' Exchange.,
STO LET, OR LEASE.-The five story fire
proof Store, No. 28 South William street.
Apply to CARY & CO.
Feb. 15 No. 90 Pine street.

FOR SALE. Real Eitate at Harlem-consisting
of 5, lots of land, situated on the 7th. anl
8. h Avenues, between ith'utid J ltfl istre'seL
There is by computAtion 70,o0o0 loads of soli tip.
on them, near whici they are now levelling. These lots
will be sold as they now are, with the buildings upon them.
Apply to DAVIH, BROOKS, & CO. 2l Broad st.
rTO .LET-The,four stBry Stores INos. 132 an
e] 134 Front, corner uf Pine. street. Apply on ithi
IEl premises to "
IN Ott LEASE. .Possession given immediately.
lE -A commodious Mansion House, with out
A -houses, &c, situated on the east bank of the
Hudson river, about three quarters of a mile above
the village of Cold Rprrnz. There- are about 30
acres of ground, a good kitchen garden, and a bountiful
supply vof pure spring water. Tbo0e who wish to hire ot
lease one of the most delightful residences in America,
within some 55 miles of the city of New York, can do so
o. very moderate terms, by making application of
GEORGE P. MORRiS, at the office of the
mh3Utf N Y Mirror, No 1 Barclay st.
1'O LT-Irom f now till 1st May next, the
AE t dwelling part of a three story, house, situate on
is the north side of Canal stre".:, between Varick and
JIs Hudson, the parlors cor .Aunicate with folding
doors, with iron grates and mf.-'jle mantels throughout
the .house. Apply to GEORGP W GILES, No. 17
Canal street, before 10 A.-M., and after 4 P. M. sel9 t0
TO LET-A modern built three story Hous
on the north side of Tenthstreet, near 2d Avenue,
7lH Stuyvesant Place. The House has grates and
-SJa marble mantel piocesthroughout,mahogany doors,
inder cellar. &s. It is one ofarow of 10 or 12 houses of
uniform front. Rent moderate.
Also, the d welling part of a ,ood house on the North side
f Canal street, between Varick and "Hudson street.
Apply to GEORGE W. GILES, at No. 171 Canal st.,
Wetore 10 A. M., and after 5 )'clock P.M. mylS tf

TO LET--'Several suitsot Offices, at No. 92
-, North side of Spruce, near to Nassau streets, as
A commodious and eligible situated as any in the
city. Possession immeoiately or on the 1st May
next. Inquire opposite, at No 8 Spruce st. felt.
'40OR SALE--Ihe large vacant Lot at the North west
C cornerol Houston andl Mulberry streets, adj inlne
the new 3 story houses on Houston street. The Lot is 35
feet front on Husion street, by about 100 feet in depth
For termsa.apply to
mhl E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South at.
FOR SAL E-l lie splenJid new 3 story iMouse
With the Lot in fee, No. 3 University place, near
IH Washington square; one of the best houses ano
L.51moet.desirable residences in the city. It is 3 stories
exclusive ofceller, basement and attic, all of which are
finished in the best modern style, with laree parlors, din-
ing room, bathing room, water closet, boilers, &c. clom-
plete. The ma,,tels in the principal stnry are ot statuary
and Sienna marble, and the house has been built under the
superintendance of the subscriber for the residence Qf the
present owner. It is now ready for occupation. For
terms, ard a view ot the premises. Apply to
SJ. GREEN PEARSON, at No 5, next door,
ap27 or 27 Merchants' Exchange.
M' HARLEM&IOTS FOR SALE.-Lot( on Fifth ave
nue, between 14th street and Washington Square will be
sold separately, or several la ing together, including the
cornerlots, each 26 feet by .10(.
Lotson north side ef Eleventhssteet, near Woostersi,
vach 28 feet 5inchesfront, by 103 feet 3 Inches deep.
Five lots at Harlem, very eligible situated. The terms
of payment made easy and accommodating With those
who wish to build on the lots, the whole piuchase money
can remain on mortgage.
Apply to GEORGE W GILES, No. 1 Nassau street,
cornerr of Wall street, between 1-2 and 3 o'clock P. M. -.
LARET Wl 23-4-S nt)oxes, received i er ship Sla
t.) vinia, from Bordeaux, for sale by
GRACIE -. "0. 20 Broad st.
In store-Chateau Margaux, La 1,mtts, Le.yville, and
other brands, in cases, each "ne dozsn. Dart put UD with

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Tarrytown, Westchester Co., New York.
WILLIAM P LYON. :: Principal,
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N0 Day Scholars are received.
Reference, by ermissiot, to the following gentlemen':
Tairytown.-Washington Irvine, eq ;" hlev George
Dubois ; General James Benedict; Steuben Swartwout
U. S. Senate.-Hon. Daniel Webster.
Sing Sine.-Rev Dr CreiEhton.
Middleton, Connecticut.-Rev Dr Fisk|Pres. Weeleyan
JIWashington, D. C.-J L O'Sullivan Esq:
New York Cty.-Hon Gullan C Vetolanck William
A Duer, LL D,Pres.Columbia College; Iev Dr M'Vickar,
Rev Dr Bangs; Rev Dr Berrian; Herman Le Roy, Esq;
Harper & Brothers; Ir J R Van Rensselaer; David
Graham, Esq; George T Ttimble, Esq.
Aloo, to the following gentlemen, wlihavesons or wards
in the Institution ; ,
Elisha Morrill, Esq; Gen G H Striker; H Weed, Esq-
T Woodruff, Esq ; CharleR Osbnrn, Esq; James Mor-
ris, Esq; William Browning, Esq ;lenry Lott, Esq,
Freeman Campbell, Esq; Thumes E.Hul-e, Esq; B F
Howe, Esq; Peter Rose, Esq; ThomaN Bloomer, Ksq; R
( Christopher, Esq; P P Lyon, Eq4; S Fanning, Eeq;
Messrs H & S Raynor, &e, New York, Jacob Le Roy,
Esq, LeRoy, N Y; James M Hoyt, FAq, Jersey City; Dr
A W Gates; P W Paddock, Esq, Yonkers, N Y; Christo-
pher Appleton, Esq, Pennsylvania; Michael Robins, Esq,
Virginia; William S Jenkins, Esq, Kertucky; WilliamS
Dunham, Esq, Brooklyn, N Y; KenltialS Robins, Esq,
Iatchez, Miss; Lieut Thornton A Jen#Jas, U S N, Balti-
more; Clark Hammo ,d, Esq, BeeknaLown, N Y.
Clrcualrs may be had at W A Colma'ts, 205 Broadway
T J Crowen,t567 Broadway, and H MRayno-,76 Bow
rvy ( e& fe27 3m

AA OTICE.-The Principal ot this fstitution, grateful
for the very general approbation with ihich his plan has
been received, begs le.ve again to o ittto the notice of
that portion of the public .who delrebfor thdr sons a
sound, practical, and chri.- aneduzatlis.
Third Year.-The fire, lern of ithe tird year of
the Institute will commence on Wedaus lay, the first of
May next, and with mnuterially :x'ended facilities in al-
most every department. Esseratiual additions have neen
made, especially in the department of iudern LaneuAges.
The instruction in French particularly ilthe best that could
be secured.
Buildings.-The b-iildinge for the Institute are now all
completed, and were erected for the purpose to which they
are devoted. They are new, spacious, and sightly; and are
fitted up on a convenience of plan, and .a neatness of style,
which are not exceeded. They comnprise accommodations
for fifty pupils, rooming in pairs-fki the Instructrs..
the Principal and the family-a t-.ierallchoolRoom-Re
citationRooms-a Readina Roti--a Laboratory-and a
Location.-The location is unsurpesed for healthiness
and beauty. It is upon an eminenice in the suburbs of the
ckity, securing, b. its retirement and elevation, a free and
healthyatmosphfere, and commanding an extensive and
delightful view. It is such as to render it utiniecessary for
the pupils to have any connectionI witb the city, except,
when occasionally permitted by the principal, for social
intercourse, and purooseq of business
Grounds.-The Grounds connected with the establish.
ment are ample and beautiful, affording full scope for ite
creation and amusement.
Teachers.-.The Institutioni carried on by the Princi
pal, and assistants of character and experience in the..pro,
Design.-Its design is, to impart a thorough and prac.
tical education, upon decidedly Christian principles-to
unite sound learning with pure religion.
Plan and Government.-It Is conducted upon the plan
of a well regulated Christian family ; for the time, the
adopted home of its members
WThe Principal, regarding himself In the place or a pa
rent, encourages a free and open intercourse between ihe
pupils and himself, and endeavors, by winrnng upon the
affections, and, by the presentation ofproper motives, to
induce a faithful discharge of duty, The government is
therefore strictly parental.
.Arrangement. -In agreement with the natural co nat
turion of the pupil, the school is arranged In three depart-
mer.ts, the Moral, thelntellectual, and the Physical
Moral Depar'tment.-TheMoral Department, % which in-
volves the government, is supplied by te Principal.- It em
braces a course of moral and religiousitudles, adapted to
each pupil. To the Holy Scriptures constant relerenceis
made, as the foundation on which alone may be built
solid and enduring character, and as the only safe and pro3
per basis of Christian education. The views of scripture
truth, and of religious duty preneruted, are In strict acl
cordance with the doctrines, discipline, and worship or the
Protestant Episcoral Church. It is the constant endeal
vor in this department to win over to the Saviour, and
to his body-the Churcb-the first andarongest affections
of the youthful heart. .
P S n h b i nt n ce s e c n e s 8
ment embraces aUnne orMaary nsah b. n.che nce
sary to business and comnbrcial pursuits; additional lal
cilities for instruction in the higher departments of learn
ing, with reference toCollege requirements, to Teaching,
the Professions, and Civil Engineering; also in Vocal Mu:
sic, Drawing, and the Modern Languages. It is conduct.
ed by the Principal and assistants, and by such .. tero
as it to necessary from time to time to employ.
fnstructonf i this department is specialaily directed to the
understanding. It is the endeavor here to improve and
strengthen the thinking powers. The pupils, therefore,
are taught the rationale of whatever comes before them;
more attention is paid to principles than rules. Particular
regard is rtad to the intended future destination of the pul
pil, and his education is directed accordingly. He may
be fitted for the Counting Room, for Engineering, for Col
lege, for Teaching, or for the study of the Protessions.
Physical Department.-The Physical Department is
intended for exercise and health. It is superintended al
ways by a master, who has the supervision and direction
of the pupils in all hours not taken up in the exercises of
the school, and instructs in agreeable and useful exercises,
promoive of health and happiness.
Manners and Iabits.-Special attention is paid to mann
ners andhabits. Association with the family, and wit-
occasional company, is, for their improvement,encouraged
It is the endeavor to prepare the pupil to move with proj
priety and ease in every circle ot society.
Requzrements.-The admission of pupils is restricted to
no particular age. But diligentatt itien t ...j perform-
ance of duties, anu pt.oprietyof deportinelit, are expected
Small who become members of the ins:ituti)n.
'Record and Reports.-A daily rLcord of the deficien
cics of pupils in their several classes is kept by each teach
or, which is weekly submitted by the principal to each pu
pi ; andl, atthe eypirastioi of fcur weeks, tothe parentsor
guardians of etch. in the form ci a report:
.Pocket Money.-Pupilsihave but little reasonable use
for pocket money) They are supplied by 'the principal
with ail necessaries, and more than these serve only to
create and nourish artific 1 tastes and wants,which have
an unfavorable bearing cu future character. j They will,
therefore, be allowed no mr iey, but at the pleasure of the'
principal. This rule is impe itive, and, enforced, saves ex-
pense to the parent and cha cter to the pupil. The PurS
ser takes charge of all mrteys intended for these of the
pupils, and distributes only tin an order from the principal.
No accounts willin any case, .be made for the pupils,nor
will any expenditures be incuinsd for them, further than the
amount of money deposited for .eir use.
k Wardrobes.-A directress is employed to take charge of
the wardrobe who devotes herself exclusively to that duty.
To save much trouble, every pupil should have each ar
tidcle of his clothing distinctly marked with the inkitials of
his name, and possess a complete inventory of the whole.
He should also have, as his own .property a set of
brushes and combs, a" Bible"' and a "Book oCommon
Examinations.-An examination is held every Friday I
of the divisions under the several Instructors. in rotation,
and A general examination of all the divisions at the close
of each term. These examinations are open to the friends
aid patrons of the Institution."
Exhibitions -An exercise in composition and.declama
lion will conclude each of the temi-annual examinations.
.9pparatuv.-The Labararory s furnished with appal |
ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the several I
departments, and to exhibit practically the several subject!y
connected with the course of study.
Terms.-The terms are $230 per annum, payable hall
"arly in advance. Requisites, such as fuel, lights, wash
T, mending, :beds, b,-din books, stationery, &c. are
.nished, and without x xtra charge.
academicc Year.-TI academic year embraces forty
six weeks, in two term of twen.y-threMftks each.. *
Vacations.- There are two vacations.^ t the expira -
tion of the first term, there will be a vacation of fo ii"
weeks; at the expiration of the second, one of two weeks,
knowt, as fall and spring vacations
Directions.- Persons desirous of placing pupils in the
Institite or of oL ning further information relative to it,
may address the Principal, ; thcr personally, or through
the Post Office, or J. W. Mi''lmell, Esq., 63 Ced ar stress
New York. Caculars may ,e obtained on aT ilicatiop-
either ofthe above; also at the book store of Swords. Stay
ord& Co.New York.
rl .. -fl Ifl r TT 't-l l- -

1-iE. G. TUCKER, M. D., DENTIST, Success,
to.Dr. Kimble, io. 3 Park place. Doctor Tucker com.
pleied his Professional Studies under the able and eof-
ficient inatrution of Harwood & Tucker, of Boston ; and
having been extensively engaged, as well in the mechan-
ical, as the surgical department o(f dental practice, has
determined upon making the city of New York his place o
permanent residence. *
To those who may wish to consult him, he now respect.
fully tenders his best services.
New York, April 13, 1839.
Doctor Tucker begs leave to present the following Tes-.
timonial from Dr. KImball:
DOCTOR KIMBALL, in relinquishing his practice as
a Dentist, begs leave to offer his heartfelt acknowledg-
mer,ts for the distinguished, as well as very extensive pal
tronago, which he has enjoyed in the city of New York.
His successor, E. G TUCKER, M. D., who has taken
his station at No. 3 in Park place, at the express solicita-
tion oflDr. Kimball himself, he now introduces, without re.
serve and without hesitation, as a gentleman, who, in
every way, from his high professional education and his
signal skill in manipulating, is entitled to the fullest re-
spect and confidence of the public. DR. TUCKER,
from his own successful practice, jus:ly stands amongst
the most eminent operators in the country.
He manufactures that kind of mineral teeth which Dr.
Kimball used in his vely extensive practice The beauty
of these teeth, as well astheir durability-in a word, their
resemblance to nature-has given very general and de-
cided satisfaction.
`Many other gentlemen in New York, on the ground o
general dentistry, have a clear and undoubted claim to
the professional (and he will add the confidence) of Dr.
Kimball; but certainly no feeling of consideration to.
wards them could, in his judgment, iustify him in with.
holding from his successor, DR. TUCKER, the meed of
pre-eminence in the composition, structure and arrange.
ment of artificial teeth, which he has held, and must ever
hold, as one of the most difficult, as well as important, de-
partments of DENTAL SURGERY.
Dr. Kimball will merely add. in justification of his ac-
complished successor, as well as himself, that this recom.
mendation is unsolicited, and that, in the issue, he has no
interest whatever.
New York, April 2, 1839.
Testimonial from Doctors Harwood & Tucker, of Boa.
We have carefully perused the above recommendation
of Dr. E. G. Tucker, whom indeed we had the honor to
educate in his profession, and do most cheerfully confirm,
in all its parts, the very handonme testimonial of our
friend, Dr. Kimball. HARWOOD & TUCKER.
Boston, April 5, 1839, apl3 d6m&lawos
SOUTHERN and Western Merchants, nov in this
city, are respectfully Invited to call and examine a
beautiful and original ar.lile. called Gold and Silver Fluid,
for ornamental penmanship. Writing of every description
performed with this superior article, has the bri'liancy of
fine gold and silver.
On hand-A large quantity of the above, packed ready
for exportation.
Orders from abroad will meet with immediate attention,
direr ted to the inventor and proprietor.
EDWARD N. KENT, Stationer.
my-20 1w No 3 Wall street.
barque Defender, a cargo of Haswell's Wall's End
Newcastle Coal, of a superior quality and size, for fa.
milv and manufacturing purposes, for sale low In lots to
suit purchasers, by applying on board, foot of Duane
street. or to LAING & RANDOLPH,
250 Washington st, and cor of East Broadway and
mvl1 at Gouveneunrit.
bri7 Esther, a cargo of riddled Newcastle Coals, of
a superior quality and size, for smiths' use, for sale low
in lots to suit purchasers, by
LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington at,
and corner of East Broadway and Gouveneur st.
my21 3t
SACKAW ANA COAA,.-Broken and Egg size, deliver.
ed to consumers in New York and Brooklyn, at $6,
50 per ton. Also, Nut Coaltat $6-all free of cartage
Apply at the office, at the junction cf East Broadway an'
Division street, at 53 William, corner of Pint street, pra
the Coal Yard, foot of Jackson street, Brooklyn. d14
L.DNEY AND PICTOU COAL-200 chaldrons SidW
n hey, and 250 do Pictou Coal, of a superior quality
and size,for sale in lots to suit purchaser', :by
'250JXashingtonjst, cor of Le Boy and Greenwichlats,
l and corner of East Broadway and
mh25 Gouverneur sts.
& ACKAWANA COAjL or sale by the cargo. ;n
*S^ quire at 53 William street, corner of Pine dl4
d S rel, Sidney, Pictou, V:rginia, fine LiverpoolbRiddled
Newcastle, and Cannell C .,., tor the grate and lhanufac-
turers' use, for sale atthe tnarket rates, irn lots to suit pur-
chasers. LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington st,
corner of Le Roy and Greenwich et, and
mliL _..-.-+ .B.-e4radway a& 4Gowerneur t.
aT W.a. & UAI.sl.--r maie lDy se carg-- De-
4A liverable at Brooklyn. Apply at the office of tbe
Delaware and Hudson Canal C )p" pany, 53 Pine street
New York, or to ALFRED WRIGHT, Agent, at Provi/
dence, Rhode Island. d4 tf
1]JEACH MOUNTAIN COAL.-The subscribers have
for sale Peach Mountain Coal, of superiorquality, In
broken, egg, li mp, and nut sizes, at the market price, in
i ts to suit puri.hasers.
LAIFY" & RANDOLPH, 250kNVavhington at.,
cor. of Le Roy and GrdPnwich st. and
ap20 cor. of East Broadway and Gouverneur street.
TIRGINIA COAL AFLOAT-Now landing from schr
V Elizabeth. a cargo of Virginia Coal, of first rate
quality for smiths' use. For sale in lots to suit purcha
sera, by LAING & RANDOLPH, 253 Washington at,
and corner of East Broadway and Gouverneur street.

,* TATIONERY.-The subscriber havir.g made addi.
tional supplies to his stock of Stationery, is now ena.
bled to furnish counting houses, banks, itusurance com-
panies, hotels, &c, with every article in the above line, at
the lowest piice and of superior quality.
Orders respectfully solicited, and the strictest attention
paid in executing the same. Every description of letter
press, copper plate and lithographic printing on reason.
able terms. EDWARD N. KENT, Stationer,
my23 No. 3 Wall street.
Pdh REAMS Englisi Satin Post, 8vo, extra glazed
5 and gilt
4O reams do do do 16mo, do do do
Crowell'a Paw Paper kiles
Netman's genuine Water Colors
Juvenile do do, just received' per
Wellington, from London, and offered Ior sale at Station.
era' Hall, No 246 Pearl street, by
my23 D. FELT & GO.
]k/ INZS, &C. 600 dozen Maderia et various oranu
V and vintages, from 7 to tQ0 years old.
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do do do do
100 do Port, ofsuperior quality.
500cases Claret, including Chateau Margaux, Palms.
Margaux, La Fitte, St.Julien, LaTotr, &o.j&c
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac. &c.
00 do VindeGraves
100 do Burgundy, Romance, Contl,Uhambertih., 4.
100 do Iermitage, red and Tkite.
100 dr- Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
500 Lo Champagne,Clicquot and other favoritebt ands
100 do '4henish,Hockhe)mer, Johannesberger, Rudes.
aeimer, Marcobrunner, Liebfraumilcb. &c., Mo0
f ellell .
100. do Canary,0 )nstaiitla MMUeat,Cyprue,Swsietann
S Dry Lisbon, Malaga,St. Lucarwc.
Also- -O pipes old Brandy, Otard, Du Puy &S Co. and
Seignetta; old Mountain Dew and IiIsh Whiskey ; reach
and White Brandy iEast India ArraCk ; Shrub;. Metheg-
;in ; Old Ja.aica Rum' Old Gin,anda complete assort-
ment of Cordials and Liquors, say Martinique, Cote St.
Andre, Cuiacoa,Maraschitio,'RosolIio. &c.
The most ot the above forsale on draft as well asi n hot
e. hbv BUNKER & CO.. 13 maidenn Lane. ml
L P DE LUZE & VOLZ, No.: 34 Beaver street,
a offAr for sale
WINES & LIQUORS-20 pires Holland Gin, Black
Horse brand, a superior article, of Messieurs Wm
Paule's & Son, of Rotterdam
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine
400 baskets Campagne, Sillery Mousseix
50 do do Oeil de Perdnrx
100 (1do do Mt Peray
300 cases Chambertin
50 do Bordeaux Claret
20 do Kirshenwasser
50 do Mareschino
10 barrels white wine Vinegar
20 cases 1 inen Cambric and Linen Cambric Hdkfs
6 bales Dutch Camblets
4 cases Merinos
2 cases Taffeta Ribbons
3 cases Gros de Naples
15 barrels Paris Greti,

The arrival of the packet ship Louis Philippe
Capt. Castoff, brings Paris dates to the lot of
May, by which it will be seen that a Cabinet w8
not yet definitively formed. Tihe King had called in
the Duc de Broglie to assist in the attempt to M-
cpncile the element* of discord, and it was thought
by many that him intervention would be successful.
The following is the latest account of Iheiea-f
-fairs :
Pasts, May 1.
THe MINISTRY.-It is said that negotiations are
goirg on with some ofthe Doctrinaires and more
influential members of the 221, with the hopes of
the ultimate accession of two or three members of
tho Centre Gauche. O. the accounts of yester-
day'a proceedings, with 'this object in view, the
most probable is the following in the J'ouveliiete:
"At four o'clock on Monday, immediately after
the King was informed by .P y of the rup-
ture of the combination of the Centre Gauche, his
Maj sty sent for the Duke de Broglie, and desired
him to confer with Marshal Soult on the formation
uf a Cabin-t. The Duke replied that he was
ready to obey the commands of hii Majesty, and
although he remained firm in his reaolutton not to
enter personally into any combination, he went to
the Marshal to make a new endeavor to bring the
present deplorable crisis to a termination. The
same evening fresh overtures were made to several
persons, among whom we may reckon M. Dupin,
from what he said in the Chamber.
"The facility and promptitude of the success of
the Duke de Broglie have author zed many persons
to believe that the retreat of Marshal Soult was
nont seriously intended, and that all was ready on
that side in case of a rupture, which was probably
foresees, of the combination of the Centre Gauche,
A report was eiiculated today in the Chamber,
that a Cabinet with Marshal Soult as President,
and uniting the elements of the Centre Droit, the
Centre Gauche and the Centre pur, was nearly
formed, and would appear in the Moniteur tomor-
row morning. However, on tracing this report to
its source, there is too much reason to believe that
it arose rather from hope than reality."
The Ministerial Evening Journal, after mnention-
ing the result of yesterday's sitting in the Chamber
of Deputies, says:-
"The explanations given in the Chamber of
Deputies have shown satisfactorily to by far the
greater part of that Assembly, and to the country,
that this time as before theCrown has been totally
a stranger to the discussions that have caused the
failure of the Passy combination. It is only the
most unheard otf malevolence that can attempt to
trace to the crown the rupture of negocianlions
which had been almost terminated by the fact of its
entire adhesion to them, and which have ended in
abortion only from the scruples of individuals,
and from considerations of the position of various
The Messager states that the Princede Joinville
has been appointed to the command of the frigate
Li Belle Poule, now fitting out at Cherbourg, and
that Captain Charner, second in command of the
Montebeilo, is to be second officer to his Royal
-A list of upwards of 300 promotions in the
French army has been issued, including cavalry,
infantry, artillery, engineers, &c.
Algiers, as we learn by a letter of the 20th inst.
has been visited by a smart shock of an earthquake,
followed by a violent storm. The sea is said to
have injured the Mo!e, and several ships have sus-
tained damage.
A letter from Brussels states that the United
States have renewed their claim on Belgiurn for an
indemnification to Americnn citizens for damage
dor.e to properly during the siege of Antwerp.
The rec'!nt stay of Mr. Van Buren, Jr. in Bulgi-
umn, ia believed to hava been connected with nego
stations relating to this aff.,ir, and it was ex-
pected to form ": e subject of long discussion in the
The news from London is as late as the 27tb of
April. It is not of much importance.
The Queen held a Drawing Room on the 25,h
which was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson,
Mr. Brocholdst Livingston, Attachd to thle U. S.
Legation, Mr. Maxcy, U. S. Charg6 d'Affiirea
to Belgium, ,nd Mr. John Van Buren. Mrs.
Stevenson presented ;to the Queen Mrs. Douglas
Cruger, of. Ncw York, and Mrs. Markoe, of Ma-
Rumors of Ministerial changes are rife in Whig-
Radical coteries, and are seriously discussed in
Conservative newspapers.
LOND r, April 26.
Considerable alarm has been excited by tlhe up-
prehention of an increase of the rate of discount
by the Bank of England, because such a course
would be deemed harsh and uncalled for at the
present moment; however, it is asserted that the
Directors never seriously en ertained the project,
therefore it was not even discussed by thr m. The
knowledge of this fact may go far to allay the
tears of the timid. The banks in Lancashire and
other distant province, which have hitherto de-
pended on the London market for re-discounts, I
will probably find some d ffioulty in obtaining ac- I
commnodation to the same extent is before; but
thils must teach them to be more +cautious in theft t

a yvances, umtil circumstances alt, r. If theyconduc!
their business with prudence, they will not suffer
any great harm from a gentle check. Of late the A
London Money Mark )t has been actually drained 1
by the great demand >-om th, country.-[Courier.l
Lozwox, 26th April.
We have but few alterations to notice in the
value of American Stocks-Fives (pound sterling)
Alabama, 90; Alabama, 82 ; Indiana, 81; Lou-
isiana (Baring's) 93 to 94; Louisiana (Lizardi's) C
96; Six Mississippi, 93; Fives ditto (in pound
sterling) 92 to 93; Six Ohio, 1856, 98 to 99;
Fives, New York, 90 to 92; Pennsylvania, 91 to
93; U. S. Bank Shares, .24 7s 6d to 24 10s; 9
Fives, New York City, 87; Six, Virginia, 93;
Florida (in sterling) 95 ; Maryland, 1 dis to par;
Fives, South Carolina (in sterling) 96 ; Harris- t
burg and Lancaster Railroad, 90 to 91.
; April 27, 12 o'clock.
STOCK EXCHANGE-Consols are 93 for Money, c
and 93h for Account, alternately buyers and sell-
ers. Exchequer Bills 40 to 42 prem. Bank Stock a
is 197 to -; India Stock 256; Bonds 43 to 45 '
prom. a
2 o'clock-Consols are 93 to 92J for account. c
4 o'clock-Consols for account closed at 93h. c
BALLOON TRAVELLING.-The Cheltenham Chro. c
nice tells us that the scientific gentlemen who ac-
companied Mr. Green in the Nassau balloon, are
now trying an experiment preliminary to the estab-
lishment of a line of balloons between Chelten. c
ham_ anti. T~n fn anJ an tr% v ,, ---1-r :C -_;11-

rose, The late premier, J,. de Bandeira, before'
going out of office, Published a decree preventirg-
foreign vessels fom assuring Portuguese colors,
unless Ihey had been entiled 'to~hnt- -iitlege pre-
.viously to January, 1837. The object of this de-
cree is3 to prevent foreign vessels from carryingon
he slAvo tradeunder Portuguese colorb ynos1 .
changee'n London, 30 days' might; 55.3-4
-W A.We4.fnd in the Piedmonlese Gazette of the 29th
foApril, a wrm commendation of the treaty lately
concluded between Smirdinia and the United States.
The Grzette says that it is little remarkable ktt
the first treaty of'commerce eyer entered intQ by
Sardmnia, including Genoa, should-have been con-
cluded with America, discovered by a'Genoese.'
Several of the provisions are peculiar and highly
mportant,-- th s14th article stipulate n for the ofre
transit ofrnot only all the products f the Uiuteo,
States, with the exception of salt, gunpowder, and
manufactured tobacot bun for the products of all
other countries imported from the Wnited States,
either inAmerican or Sardinian vessels, m oth con-
tries bordering on the territory of his Sard-nianMa-
jesty. This provision.displays the successful exer-
tiohs of the U States Government to open the moat
direct and chneapest vent for its great stapes, cot-
ton and tobacco, to the inland countries of central :
Europe. It, conveys also the most unequivocal
evidence of the disposition on the part.of his Sar-
dinian Majesty to afford every possible facility- for
his neighbors to receive their supplies of Transat-
lantic products through tb port of Genoa, as well
as an unembarrassed outlet for their manufactures

Extract of a letter from St. Peteriburgh. of -the
9th inst-.-"Every thing here breathes war; the
Emperor, it is said, will go to Kiew, even before
the marriage of the Dike d. Luctenberg, to review
the armyof the south,,and to deliver the command
oft to Marshal Paskevitch. General Witt is
charged to negotiate with PrincepMelternich for
the rupture of Austria with England in case tbf a
war in the east; end In is said that the Empsrcr
has offered as an inducement t6' Ausiria the ineor-.
poration of Servia. Bosnia,and the-Mounltnegri-
an country with Hungary, making for Russia, at
the same time, Wallachia and Moldavia,'"
Extratt of a letter from Odessa, dftted April
sth:-- The Black Sea fleet, composed of 30 ships
completely manned and equipped, has assembled
in our roads, and to-morrow or the day after, un-
der the command of Admiral Prince Gortschakof,
will sail tojin the division under Admiral Oumaw-
nets, which has been three weeksoff Sinope,
wItching the Bosphorus.--This reinforcement is in
consequence of dispatches from Admiral Oumanetz,
announcing that intelligence had reached him that
the English flest which was at Tschesme, intended
to take possession of the Dardanelles, as soon as
-.nstilities should commence between Turkey and
Egypt." r 1 I
[Prom the Courier' Enquirer.]
EPer LoulsPhilplSf] '
-HAVRaI."ay 2.
MARIErs.--CottonThe Cotton marks; couthues in the
same tnrpid state, and prices tre irregular, wkth a down-
ward tendenoy in the face ofthefirmness manifested by the
principal holrterts. he falling off in our deliveries for tha
last (our months compared with the same periodlast year,
amount to more than 0 per ceat and stacki show a con-
sklerable incresse. I, I+
Nothing from Paris this morning. The nego-
tiations for the formarionof-a new Cabinet are
still pending. ,, *> ,. -. ,
The Rhb9ne ht%, jCst; arrived; lhaipaltimore,
which sailed before her, has not y~e,*w e her ap-
pearance. .31 ,p

CoTTew.-Great flatuess prevailed ht our Cotton market
throughout the whole f-,last week ; the Intelligence from
tbe interior, as well ast from Ingland, and mo-e particu-
larly from Manchester, being ofas unfavniable tenor.
The general aspect of affairs is most discouraging ; and
notwithstanding the firm atitude of our principal Impor-
tros, who do nt evince the lemsc aqxiety tpsir o.dei mr.
sent circumettnces, t6 latLe frlui I'fOride08hnont pear'
to have imparted any stimulus to buyers for the tiFade,
still less to speculators ; and were U not for a plightexport
demand, chieflyin Brazils and West-india descriptions,
transactions would have bees on a very limited scale.-
United ,tatte ordinary ioftO, which had hitherto been
scarce and comparatively higher than goodquulities, liAve
now, owing to the recent arrivals, become plentiful itd
sell at a defvil ofr IGt-a If.,50I. ... .....
The week closed wkhqut any alteratlon 4n middling anid
superior grades ; but we must observe, that very little in-
quiry has been manifested in those of ,l fand upwards, -
and it is probable that an operation of any, t !pormce
could not be eff:eted, without a ourtber coneessika l6n actu:
al quotations. Cotton woot Ia ge esal ending rather
downwards than otherwise. Yesterday (Monday,) the
market ooeaMed with the same war *.frpirit,and eve in a
greater degree, the aceubtl braughn b, th e Enblih "l
beiag of i st,,l Inore slom *harkcter." The malLe of the
week having been 89f ..bales, ineludnff 1016 balesaNew
Oesan iOfa 133;360 Mobile, 10f a 7fand3
Upland at 1f4 .a 1ttf. Iimport,4 7 sales. -' -*' -" "
.... :,: + '+ If A ftE, Ap?ll 30.
Ashes-The sales in Ashes comprise 14 barrels New
York Pots, 1839, irt sort, 4if; 100 do. do. do. lSSr, do. 40f.
There has been no import. + r
.Bveewa.x-?-_A.all choice lot of 'ew York Beeswax has
obtained2fl5,dut y pajd ; ,:; I ;:-. ,,: ; -
Rice-The offi-rs made, for Carolina are ,under our
quotations, and we h -ve no sales tO report In this detcrip-
lion. *.. +
Whalebone--Tbere has been more animationn ui the
market, and the fotlowine traes8aitionsrhave taken place,
at firm rates. 3j tons Southern, French fishery, on the
quay, at 1 42j tol 45, 10do. do. do. expected by Angelina
if 45; 8 j do. Amnwrt~ *flbhevy, of ordlnry qualitylt 48;.
IS do do do If 59,, Stock 30th April, 100 tons. Prces of
Amerl47al-52. .,
r LIVEBPOOLAria 17. ,
Cotton-Without improvement in the demand ar increase
n the extent of sales, our market prerents the same dls
courageng aspect we no.iced last week prices have been
ems steady, wil; a shre(- geteral Yedtlkuny to five way.
Wo reduce our quotations for all kinis Id, jer. ibt ia KEgyp.
ian sales are being'-made a-d a Cd below the'hlttus"t
point, and in q;a Islthdd at least Id, a Speculators seem to
have abandoned tbe market, as .nohiniKj bas been dens by.

nem reis wesic Sxporters have taken 300 bales 'of
American. and 7TO Marauhams. The sales to day are 1200
Sbalesof all kinds The impoTt this week li2l,739 bags,
sad the sales are 7,800.-[Cbrppiclq.]. -. ,

AN IMTKRRs$rm. Hoisz CusK.--Marina Coti '
M qy 24.-B -fore Jodg i.Scheiffalin.'-Ehrah Brake,
nan v. WM. Qow014,-Tsia was an..acnton to re-4
c ver damages for the breah o a fWarranty, in thb
sale of a horse, on thej:15.h of April last by the ;de-
endant to the plnnif. ,. ;. ,
It appeared Lhatth, the horse mn, quesli on had beeh.k
purchased by the defendantat a previous Pale for
$65, but owing i(q the carelessness Of the0ostler, a,
hnrse which h .d4 been sold for $80 to another pet-
on was delivered i rtjt stead. ,,E'ence it wa that
his horse was left upon the phiiniff's hands. l
was put up at uctiobn,'an, thfuaual warranty
)rinted in the "Iata"g"i-,"' ol' s ,Tal e day ,uc-
:eeding this sale an&d' rnstakeiJ ihe delivery, the,
plaintiff called at the la'z'ia othe 'defendant, and r
agreed to take the horse and pay him theeqer $75,
Fhe bargain was conluded and there was a verbal
Agreement between -the parties that if the anihnal
lid not suit" it should be returned before 5 o'clock
of that day. A receipt for the purchasemoney .*as
lawn up by the book-keeper of the defendant, in
which he embodied a renewed warranty that the
horse was in every way sound and kinId. ,..
The next morning the'plaiuiff called upoi the
defendant and said he was much pjleased wi'h' -is
bargain. Three davs afterwards he aain called


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warranty* nod r than-applying a hegnf-
tive term-if waremllii d, aqlpnKwe A,n-
soundness. This was a ruleof Jm It miebht be,
that the defendant's bookkeeper, having given a
special warranty other than that in the catalogue
of sale, nullified the previous warranty as to the
time when the horse was to be returned. If a
purchaser return a horse to the vender, he can re-
cover the purchase money and costs, and also the
expenses of its keep, &c. provided it be returned
within the time described in the warranty. But,
in this case, the horse having been retained and
sold by the plaintiff, he could only recover the
difference in price and the expenses of its keep.
Verdict for the plaintiff, for $30.
For the plaintiff, ----Thorne ; for the defend-
ant, French.


For Foreign News, see first page.

CoNXECTIcuT.-The Senate of this State bal-
lotted several times on Friday, for a candidate for
the Senate of the United States, without result.
The vote stood, for
Thaddeus Betts, (Whig) 8
R. M. Sherman, (Whig) 5
R. J. Ingersoll, (Loco-foco) 8
The farther balloting was postponed to Tues-
The House of Representatives had previously
chosen T. Betts. The result may possibly be de-
termined by the Van Buren votes being cast for
Mr ,Sherman.

The intelligence from the Old D ,minion wears
an uncertain aspect. In Frederick County two
Loco Foco delegates are elected. In Jefferson and
Clarke, Whigs are chosen. In Richmond District
the success of Botts, Whig, is certain.
The Whigs have elected 2 delegates in Norfolk
county, 1 in Norfolk Borough, 1 in Elizbeth city
I in Nansemond, 1 in Princess Anne; and the Loco
Focos 1 delegate in Isle of Wight-making 6
Whigs and 1 Loco Foco delegates from the Con-
gressional district.
In Buckingham, (John Randolph's old district,)
John Hill, (Whig) is most probably elected.-
This district was last represented by Mr. Boul-
din, (L. F.)
The Whig candidates for the House of Dele-
gates are also elected in Buckingham and Cum.
berland, and N. E. Venable, (Con.) in Prince Ed-
The state of the weather has rendered it neces-
sary to keep the polls open for more than one day,
for which contingency provision is made. The
elections appear to be most closely contested, and
although the result may be kept from us for a few
days longer,as the Richmond Whig remarks-"we
can afford to wait for the news, if good,-and if
otherwise, it will be too soon, come when it may."
So far as can be ascertained with probability,
the following Congressional Districts will be thus
repr, sented!
I. Joel Holleman, Adm., in place of Francis
Mallory, Whig.
II. Francis' E. Rives, Adm., re-erected.
III. John W. Jones, do. do.
VIII. Henry A. Wise, Whig, do.
XI. John M. Botts, Whig, in place of John
Robertson, Whig.
XIII. Linn BAinksm, Adm., re-elected.
XIV. Charles F. Mercer, Whig, re-elected.
10th and 15th Districts doubtful.
It is 'at length determined tQ form a camp
of instruction a discipline at Trenton, to be
constituted of such portions of regiments of Ar-
tillery and Infantry of the U. S. Army, as can be
Conveniently drawn together. An yet, however,
but one single regiment-the 4th Artillery-and
that not up to its full complement--i here on the
sea-beard, and whether more can come must de-
pend, we suppose, upon Sam Jones andt the Miok-
asukies in Florida-for it would not be expedient,
nor, indeed, just, towards England--whose regu-
lar officers and soldiers are exerting themselves so
strenuously and so successfully to repress irregu-
larities and outrages on their side of the frontier-
to withdraw, from the Northern or the Eastern
lines, a single company.
The Florida service, which has been so expen-
sive, so perilous, and so unsuccessful-has, never-
theless, been one of such constant and harassing
detail, and our whole regular force, moreover, is so
small, that movements and evolutions of the line
and of masses are, except in theory, unknown
to the service. It is, therefore, somewhat,
with a view to afford opportunity for some prac-
tics in these evolutions, as well as fos perfecting
the school of the soldier-which, in such an irreg-
ular and partisan service as that in Florida, can
hardly be attended to-that the Secretary of War
has ordered the formation of this camp. The great
difficulty, however, as already stated, will be that
of assembling a sufficient number of men to carry
out the plan to any really useful results. Twe lye
hundred men will, we take it, be the largest num.
ber that can be got together.

[Correspondence of the Savannah Georgian.j
GARli'S FERRY, May 17, 1839.
Dear Sir-Every thing is going on well and
smoothly in the negotiation line; and in a very
short time, I expect to be able to apprise you of
the successful termination of General Macomb's

Col. Harney arrived from the south a few days
ago, bringing with him a very important chief of
the Mickasuckie tribe; he, with fourteen others,
came in to CoL H. while on the southern coast,
and says the Indians are anxious for peace, and
will gladly accede to the General's terms.
Gen. Jones (Sam) says if he comes in, it will be
after peace is made and every thing settled. Coa.
eoochee entertains and expresses the same opinion.
Several Indians have also visited the General at
Fort King, and promised to bring in more.
Murders committed by straggling parties of In.
Sdians may still be heard of; but as soon as the
news oflour wish to make peace is known at all,
no danger even of this kind is to be apprehended.

INDIAN MuaDEU.-The following note is en-
dorsed on the Express way.bill from Columbus,
Georgia, under date of Wednesday last, the 15th
instant. It is from the Post Master at that place:
The steamer Siren, arrived this evening from
Apalachicola, brings information of a horrible mas-
sacre committed by a party of Indians, on Friday
nightlast,on the Apalackicola River, about 50 miles
below the Chattahoochie and Flint. Seven or ei&ht
individuals f hnh evs.. iwre m,,.d,.ir ..i. .t...:.

fFrrom tid Bangor Dbmoeret.]
We understand that the Land Agent recently
received a letter from Mr. McLauchlan, dated
Fredericton, in which he said he was on the point
of starting with a posse of 30 men to vi-it the S.
Francis and Fish River, and saying he should I e
gratified to meet him there, as he supposed the ob-
ject of botli was the same, to secure the timber
made by lawless people last winter. He further
said that a few days before, while at Madnwaska,
he had occasion to address a letter to the officer in
command of the posse at Fish River, and had e-
ceived a very laconic answer. The following let-
ters will explain the state of things in that quarter.
Whether the rafts were deserted by the trespassers
on the approach of McLauchlan, and suffered to
run down the river, or were cut adrift by Mc-
Lauchlan and his posse to secure them, is not cer-
tain. There is no probability that be will attempt
to secure in the same way the timber in Fish River,
under the care of Nye.
BANSOR, May 17th, 1839.
Sir: The enclosed letter, with a copy of a com-
munication from A. Nye to Mr. McLauchlan, was
received this day. /1
Having reference to an expedition highly impor-
tant. as the Poet at Fish River is at the termina-
nation of the road to the St. Johns, to be opened
this summer, in which our State takes a deep in-
terest, it is forwarded to you for your disposal as
you may deem proper.
It is to be hoped that Mr. McLauchlan will not
make his threatened visit; if he should, and if ot
a hostile character, I have confidence in Alvin Nye,
that his rreeption will be such as will afford small
inducement for a repetition. Very respectfully,
your obedient servant, CHARLES JARVIS.

FORT JARvIS, Fish River, May 10, 1839.
Sir:-Since my last communication of the 3d
ult., circumstances have occurred which I deem
proper to make known to you by a special mes-
On Tuesday, the 7th inst., I received informa-
tion that James McLauchlan, Esq. was at Mada-
waska, with a party of fifty men and some Indians,
on his way to this river to take the timber now in
our boom and to drive me off. On the next day I
received information in which I had full confidence,
that Mr. McLauchlan, with a p.irty of thirty men
and some Indians, armed with guns and bowie
knives, had passed the mouth of Fish River, on
their way to the Allgash, wiih the avowed intention
of driving the lumber out of the jurisdiction of the
I consider my instructions required me to take
every measure in my power to retain the lumber
within the State. In discharge of this duty I took
with me fifteen of my men on Thursday morning
and descended the river to the mouth, and then as
cended the St. John's, about 10 miles, where my
previous information wasr fully confirmed, and I
further learnt that Mr. McLauchlan was on the
Allagash, turning the lumber into the stream.
I then addressed a note to lMr. McLauchlan,
which I sent by two of my boatmen, hoping to re-
ceive a satisfactory explanation, but having no time
to lose, I proceeded with my men to within about
five miles of the Allagash, where we met rafts of
timber, without men, coming down the river, oc-
casionally running on to bars and rocks, and break-
ing up. When within about two miles of the
mouth of the Allagash, I met my messenger r,-
turning, who informed me that he had seen Mr.
McLauchlan, who would not write me; that he
had used him roughly, and had told him that he
might say to me that he would meet me on Fish
River. I continued on my way to the Allagash,
where I met twelve of McLauchlan's boats return-
ing with their men and baggage. I proceeded up
the river until I had got above all the timber which
was running, and came to the conclusion that the
whole of McLauchlan's party had gone down the
river. I then turned about and descended about
nine miles, when I found the party which I had
met encamped on the south side of the St. John's.
I asked them what was their object, and where Mr.
McLauch!an was? Of this they would not inform
me, but that their orders were to turn off a brow of
timber which was then secure on the bank. I or-
dered them to leave the logs and timber, and to
move down the rivp r, which order they obeyed. I
followed about seven miles, where we encamped
for the night.
The next morning, I continued down the river
to Fish River, which we ascended to our Fort, and
found all in good order as we had left. For further
particulars you are referred to the bearer.
Your ob'r. servant,
AIvIN Nv., Asb'(. Provis. Land Ag't.
Sr. JOHN's RsIVzw, -S.. Er"c> ^*"""V
May 10th, 1830.
To James .JeLswhlin, Esq., Provincial Warden.
Sir : Having received information of your hav-
ing, ascended the St. Johns River with a party of
men, with the avowed intention of driving the tim.
ber and logs now within the jurisdic ion of the
State of Maine, into the Province of New Brun-
wick, I am under the disagreeable necessity of in-
forming you that such an act will be in violation of
thc rights of the State.
I request you, therefore, to desist, as my instruc-
tions are such that I cannot admit of the timber
being moved from this territory.
Your ob't serv't, ALvIn NYe,
Assis'. P. L. Agent.

The British version of this affair is thus stated
in the St. John Chronicle of the 17th :
DISPUTED TERRITORY.-We are informed that
the Warden of the Forest, Mr. McLauchlan, and
his assistant, Mr. Berton, with other British sub-
jects, were forcibly driven off from the territory
at Fish River, by a posse of Americans from the
State of Maine, armed and unarmed, amounting
to about thirty persons. Mr. Berton had arrived
at Fredericton, with intelligence for his Excellency
the Governor.
P'que, Andromache, and Wanderer, arrived on
Sunday last, in 17 days from Jamaica, with the
8th Regiment. They disembarked at 2 o'clock

CAMP OF INSTRUCTION.-Capt. Ringgold's com-
pany of artillery will take up the line of march for
the camp of instruction, near Tirenton, N. J., so as
to reach the ground by the 5th of June.
The detachment of instructed dragoon recruits
(mounted and equipped) under the command of
Captain Summer, will lako up its line of march
for the camp, so as to reach it on tht 10th of June.
Capt. P. S. George Cooke, 1st dragoons, and
Capt. B. L. Beall. 2d dragoons, ordered to Carlisle
Barracks for temporary duty.
May 15-P. Mid. S. W. Wilkinson, leave for
two months, then to report for duty at Pensacola
Passed Ass't Surgeon Lewis Wolfley, Naval
Asylum, Philadelphia, vice Ass't Sur. Victor L.
Godon, transferred to the navy yard.
Lieut. George M. Bache, coast survey, under
command of Lieut.T. R. Gedney,
Gunner Jacob Carpenter, Rec'g ship Boston.
17-Mid. A. H. Cass, leave for three months,
having returned from the West Indies on sick
18-Lt. John K. Milchell, Rec'g ship, New
19-Lt. Stephen Johnston, relieved from Rec'g
ship New York, and granted leave for three
20-Captain Win. C. Bolton, to command the
frigate Brandywine.

different atms, where all theluties of tho occrr
and soldier of the several corps of the Army may
be strictly and systematically performed, from the
school of the company to the evolutions of the line,
are necessary Steps to be taken to effect this desi-
rable amelioration.
Maj r General Scott is charged with the forma-
tion and direction of the proposed Camp of In-
struction, the immediate command of which will
be assigned to such officer as he may designate.-
In choosing a position for the camp, regard will be
had to health, cheapness, and facility of transpor-
tation, both of troops and supply es.
The rules and regulations, and established sys-
tems for each arm of service, will be punctually
observed and strictly practised, and no other than
the prescribed military dress will be worn.
All necessary supplies and transportation will
be promptly furnished by the respective depart-
ments ofthe-staff, and two officers of each branch
of that service will be ordered without delay it re-
port to Major General Scott for duty at the Camp
of Instruction.
By order of the Secretary of War:
R. JONES, Adjutant General.

IMPORTANT DgcistoN.-We take the following
from the Morning Boston Post:
United 'States Circuit Court.- Unlicenaed
Whale Ships.-A question of considerable import-
ance to the officers and owners of vessels engaged
in the Whale trade, was decided yesterday morn-
ing. Nathaniel R. Prindle, George H. Cumming.
ton, Richard Collier, and Augustus Barnum, part
of the crew of the Octavia, of New Bedford, were
indicted for a revolt, and arraigned for trial. Mr.
Mills, District Attorney, produced the register of
the vessel, but Mr. Wheelock, counsel for the de-
fence, maintained that it was also incumbent on
the Government to produce the license of the ves-
sel, according to the act of Congress regulating the
fishing trade ; for without that license, she could
not be considered, in the eye of the law, an Ame-
rican vessel, and therefore the court had no juris-
diction over the case.
"This point was originally raised in a recent
triel for a revolt in Newport, and the absence of
the license was held to be fatal to the indictment;
and, following this decision, Judge Story ruled
against the indictment, and the above named de-
fendants were discharged. They had already
been imprisoned some weeks awaiting trial. Mr.
Wellington was associated with Mr. Wheelock in
the defence.
"We believe the question was first raised in
Boston, by P. Reilly, Esq., in a civil suit before
Judge Davis, who reserved it for aavisement with
Judge Story. It is not improbable that the omis
sion to obtain licenses for whale ship- will gr-atly
embarrass the settlement of several suits now pend-
ing in the Courts."
"JA Similar Case.-Robert H. Soencer, Barnard
Mulholand, Benjamin Barker, David Wright,
Wm. Adams, Robert Graham, and A. Grimes,
were indicted for a revolt on board of the unlicensed
whaler Shylock; and Charles Henry Parker, their
counsel, raised the question stated in the preceding
case, and Mr. Mills entered a nolle prosequi on the
indictment, and they were discharged. They had
been imprisoned five months, awaiting their trial.
This delay often occurs, and can and should be
remedied by Congress forthwith. The Dis-
trict Judge, with a jury, should be empowered to
try offences of a secondary grade, during the long
recesses of the Circuit Court."
We understand that before this decision was
promulgated, the question had been raised at the
Custom House in this city, and that the Collector
had decided that whaling vessels, under a Register
and not a License, bringing oil into this pert, sub-
jected the oil to the duty applicable to oil of for-
eign fisheries. There was an appeal from the de-
cision of the Collector to the Comptroller, who
confirmed it.
It is due to the public who are engaged in that
important branch of business, that the decision
should be made known ; and it is also due, in our
judgment, to the public, that Congress should in-
terpose in the matter at an early day.-[N. Y.
Eve. Post.]

The Barque Trenton, from Canton, brings pa-
pers from that place to the 241h of January, sev-
enteen days later than before received. The China
Government was unremitting in its efforts to root
out the ellicit traffic in opium. As a consequence
of the restrictions adpted for that purpose, the
whole foreign trade was much embarrawv*d. The
..aomTor r & mi~t a.ii BI.'if owc-f .,iiaumni B n d, asnd,
were anxiously looking for the death of the Vice"
roy,wh was very ill, and with whom the edicts
against the opium trade, are said to have originat-
ed, not so much from principle as fiom a desire
on his part, to conciliate the court. His son had
been detected in smuggling the dru!,, and was
forced to buy himself off with an enormous bribe.
CANTON, Jan. 19.
The fueling among the people against the po-
lice runners and soldiers seems to be very strong,
and their suspicions of their honesty universal.-
In various parts of the suburbs, among others, on
the bridge at the back of Creek-hong, gates have
been erected to prevent the police fiom entering
without being previously searched-in fact no sol-
dier is allowed toentera house without being pre-
viously divested of all articles of dress save his

shirt and browsers, that he may not have opium
concealed about him, by means of wh ch to de.
nounce parties. OUn leaving the house he is again
searched, that he may not have stolen any thing.
In some parts of this province the people have
openly bid defiance to the madarins, and the ma-
gistrate of the town of Choo-chou-fuh has with-
drawn to Canton,'seeing his authority despised,
whilst the people insci ibo on their shop doors,
" smoking dirt sold here." The Governor does
not, however, seem to relax in his severe measures
against dealers and smokers, and for some days
past offenders in gangs of about forty (altogether,
it is said, about 500 men,) with iron shackles, some
round their necks, others on both neck and feet,
have been paraded through the various districts of
the town. Many of these were well dressed peo-
ple, and of respectable stations in life.
CANTON, January 26.
A number of war boats have, it is said, been or.
dered to proceed to Hong-kong, to drive away the
ships stationed there.
The foreign passage boats have received notice
to come to Canton to receive the Hoppo's license
for plying between tits and Macao; but we un.
derstand that several obstacles are still in the way
of settling about them, the Hoppo insisting on conm.
pliances and guarantees both from the Chamber of
Commerce and the Cohong, which these bodies
demur to.
Owing to contention between the Hoppo and
the Hong merchants, occasioned by the former's
insisting on making a new Hong merchant of an
individual known to be indebted to a large amoun',
chops for the lading and discharging of vessels,
were refused to be grand during two days, but the
trade now continues without interruption. The
Hoppo's eagerness to touch the fees from the new
Hong, amounting to 30 or 40,000 Taels, made
him thus solicitous about it, but the Hong mer-
chants refusing their guarantee, the matter has for
the present been allowed to drop.
CANTON, Jan. 20.
MAi-zr-Cotton Yarn--100 bales 18s a 36s were sold at
$33, and 200 bales rather inferior, at 028 per pecul.-
Long Qloths-We have heard of sales of white 66s and
72d, at $4 tO a $4 25, and good greys at $4 to the extent
of several thousand pieces. Long Ellas-Dull and the
stock -very considerable. Opium-Occasional sales
are i made at Msa wht- h whch with a ta.' E.mil .A.-

We are rrqu sted to state that the hour o" start-
ing of the Morning Line to Philadelphia, vii New
Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton, is changed on
and after this day, from 8 to 9 o'clock, A. M.-
See advertisement.

with deep regretthat the veteran Gen. Holstein,
who was extensively known and universally es-
teemed, died suddenly, of Apoplexy, last. evening.
He was well during the day, took supper and re-
tired in his usual health and spirits,-[Albany Eve.
I From the J'orfolk Beacon ]
There will shortly bea very foimiddUle squadron
of our ships of war in the Gulf of Mexico, greater
in the number and calibre of square-rigged vessels
that, perhaps, has ever been underthe command of
a single officer, or assembled at a single foreign
port in peace. Ia the first place, the frigate Con-
stitution will shortly be at Vera Cruz. The
squadron of Commodore Shubrick consists of the
flag ship, the Macedonian frigate, the Ontario,
Vandalia, Levant, Erie, Warren, and Natchez,
sloops of war. When the Constitution joins the
squadron, we will be able to frighten the Mexicans
as badly as the French did. There must be some
design in keeping such a heavy naval foice in the
Gulf of Mexico.

CHEAP REFRIGERAOR.-The plan of a cheap
and simple refrigerator is thus given by a corres-
pondent of the Commercial Advertiser:
Take a flour barrel, and bore with a gimlet from
fifteen to twenty holes in the bottom, and place
about three inches of rice chaff upon it. Take a
half barrel, bore a similar number of holes in the
bottom, and p'ace it within the barrel, on the chaff.
Then fill in between the barrel with rice chaff,
pounding the same down in a compact manner.-
Convert the heads of the barrels into covers' by
nailing a piece of wood across them, and the re-
frigerator is finished.
Roll six cents worth of ice in a piece of blanket
and put it within the half barrel, where it will
remain, without entirely melting, from two to three
Rice chaff may be had in any quantity at the
New York rice mills, foot of Jefferson street, East

MANUFACTORT OF PiNs.-On a vis;t to Derby,
Conn. some weeks since, I had .the pleasure of in-
specting the pin manufactory of Dr. Howe. The
apparatus is a new invention of the Doctor, and is
one of the most ingenious and beautiful pieces of
Mechanism in the whole circle of the arts. It is im-
possible for me to give you any adtquaie desciip-
tion of it. Those who have any fondness for me-
Schanical ingenuity must see it for themselves.
Generally, I may state that the wire from which
thes pins are to be made is passed in at one end of
the machine, cut into the requisite length and pas-
sed, from point to point, till the pins are headed,
and fitted for the process of silveiing and putting
up. The whole process may be distinctly seen,
and as one pair of forceps hands the pin along to
its neighbor, it is difficult to believe the machine is
not an intelligent being.
The pins are all of one solid piece of wire, and
possess an advantage in this respect over those
upon which the head is wound, and thus liable to
come off, ofen toe the greatjinconvenience of ten-
der fingers. The process is exceedingly rapid. I
think Dr. Howe informed me that one machine
would make 17,000 pins in 11 hours, and a new
machine which he hadl just put in operation, would
make 27,000 in the same time. Formerly it re-
quired several men to make one pin-one to head
it, one to point it, &c., and thtn only a few thou-
sand could be made in a day-but one man could
superintend 12 of these machines, and at .he lowest
estimate manufacture 200,000 pins daily.

LAUoBANL. AzA CDOE.-Lady Cork, having one
day taken into her head to have a raffle," or lotte-
ry, for a charitable purpose, mentioned her idea to
Lewis, who entered into the project with great wil.
lingness, and under his directions the whole affair
was managed. As it was arranged that every-
body was to win something, Lewis took care that
the prices should be of a nature that would create
the most ludicrous perplexity to the owners. Ac-
cordingly (for the raffle took place at a soiree) the
assembled guests were parading the brilliantly.
lighted drawing-rooms burdened with the most out-
of-the.way articles the eccentric hostess could pro-
eouie; while. thb i vento.r of this novel kind of
^f-^yBM^OM~ai ..j.D~joygua~ejMM of thenr
distress. Gentlemen were seen in every direction,
running about with tea~pots in their hands, or trays
under their arm, endeavoring to find some sly cor-
ner in which to deposit their prizes, while young.
ladies were sinking beneath the weight, or the
shame, of carrying a coal-scuttle or a flat iron.
Guinea pigs, birds in cages, punch-bowls, watch-
man's rattles, and Dutch ovens were perplexing
their fortunate, or, a perhaps, they considered
themselves, unfortunate proprietors; and Lady
Cork's raffle was long remembered by those who
were present as a scgne of laughter and con-
fusion.-[Monk Lewis Life and Correspondeno.. I

Sir Win. Drummovd Stewart, who has spent

the last seven years inbuffdlo hunting, and other
sports, in the Great West, left yesterday in the
INQaEST.-The Coroner held an inquest on Sat-
urday, on the body of an Englishman, named Wil.
liam Gawthrop, second mate of the Br. barque
James & Thomas, arrived here on the llth inst.
He fell into the dock tree days after his arrival,
and was not found un.l Saturday morning. He
was identified by some of his acquaintances. A
verdict given in accordance with the facts.
Another, and a similar, verdict was given by a
jury, held upon the body of an unknown person,
about 40 years of agejuund in the water in Peck
The Hernando, (Mfa.) Bank is redeeming its
notes with eastern lunds, at 2 per cent. premium.
The new steam saw4'ill recently erected at Nat.
chez by the ShippingCompany, was destroyed by
fire on the 15Lh instam.
The Senate ofConnecticut, afterithree ballottings,
has been unable to elect a United States Senatcr,
and postponed further action until Tuesday.
Mr. T. Schultz, a broker in Wall street, went
out to his residence at Hallet's Cove, on Friday
afternoon and took arsenic, but such was its mode
of operation, that he was alive on Saturday, and
it was thought there was a chance for his recovery.
Several houses for whom he had sold bills of ex-
change, have not been setll d with. Some $20,-
000 is mentioned.-fJ4ur. Comn.]
New potatoes from Norfolk were selling in the
Baltimore market on:Thursday at $4 per bubhel.
NvuMBER.-On the ew-school roll one hundred
ard forty-five ndinemppear. On the roll of the
Getnil Assembly there are one hundred and
sixty.seven.-L-jPhiladelphia Presbyterian.]
[t is stated in the Hartford Courant that the boats
and property belonging to the New Haven Steam-
' boat Company, have been purchased by the Con-
necticut River SteamboaL Company and C. C. Van.
derbilt of New York. I
RuMORED MURaDz-It was rumored through-

have been brought to that city within the last
week or two, which were shipped from Illino's and
even Iowa Territory !
On the 15th inst., 800 bris, flour and 11000
bushels of Wheat were shipped at Cleveland, (0.)
for the east
MULBERRY FEVER.-Monmouth Enquirer men-
tions that $500's worth of Multicaulis plants were
stolen from a field in that vicinity, a few nights
since. The epidemic is growing malignant, as
well as spreading.
{ From the Louisianian, May 18.J
[ItRRIBL TRANSACTION.-An atrocious viola-
lion of law and justice occurred in the circuit (coui t
of Copiah county, Mississipp-, a few days sine,.
A man named Alva Carpenter had been trin don
a charge of murder. The case was submitted to
the jury, who, after, a brief absence, returned a
verdict of manslaughter. As the officer st the
court was about removing the prisoner, a tumult
arose, the lights were extinguished, and Carpenut r
was stabbed in three or four places, one of his
hands cut off, and he fell a corpse in the hell of
the court. It is suppos, d the persons who are en-
gaged in this heart sickening piece of cruelty are
relatives of Mr. Keller, the individual (murdered.
Can such awful outrages be tolerated in a civil-
ized community, or is Mlvississippi degenerating in-
to barbarism?

Reported by S. J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and Exchange
Broker, S2 Wall street, and 130 Broadway.
5 shares banK of Commerce.............. 103
50 Delaware and Hudson........... 801
50 do do............. 80--tw
50 do do .............. 80-30
50 do do.............. 80-lOds
225 do do............... 80
100 do do.............. 80-s 30
50 do do .............. 80 -s 60
50 do do ............. 80i-b 30
50 do do .............. 80-b 10
50 do 0o ............. 80
4t0 Ohio Life & Trust.............. 10bt
50 do do ..............106-s 60
13 U S Bank ......................1l9
s0 do do ............l..i9
10 MorrisCana..................0... 0
5 State Bank .....................t1071
70 N A Trust and Banking Co.,... 88-b 60
20 do do .............. 84
40 Mechanics Banking Association... 89
50 Mohawk Railroad............... 65
10 Boston ana Providence .......1071
154- New Jersey Railroad.........l...oj101
60 do do..............101
60 do do...............101 SO0ds
90 Stonin-ton Railroad............. 36
10 do do.............. 36 -b ads
100 Harlem R KH..................... 59 -9 10ds
50 do do ............. 59-nw
100 do do .............. 591
30 do do .............. 6o -bD 45
50 do do.............. 69j
50 o do .............. 591 -thw
50 do do .............. 59J-c
10 Utica and Syracuse.............. 123
300 L I Railroali.................... 651
10 Neptune Insurance .............. 65
20 New York Fire Insurance.......100

At Salem, Mass. on Tuesday last, by the Rev.
Dr. Flint, Jared Sparks, Esq., Professor of His.
tory in Harvard University, to Miss M2ary C. Sils.
bee, daughter of Hon. Nathaniel Silabee.

This morning, Clara Julia, infant daughter of
Elizabeth and Edward Milford. The friends of
the family are requested to attend her funeral from
Carlton House, to ihe New Rochelle steamboat,
tomorrow, at half past 1 o'clock, P. M., precisely,
without further invitation.
The City Inspectorreporta the death of 100 oersonsdur.
Ing the weekendingon Saturday, May 25th,v'iz.-32 men,
22 women, 32 boys, and 25 girls, viz:
Of the age of 1 year and under, 19P ;
Between I and 2 years.... 15 Between 40 and 50 years. 9
Between 2 and 5.......... 6 Between 50 and 60....... 5
Between 5 and 10........ 6 Between 60 and 70....... 4
Between 10 and 20....... 2 Between 70 and 80....... 1
Between 20 and 30........13 Between 80 and 90........ 2
Between 30and40.......17 Between 90 and 100..... 0
Unknown 2
Places of Nativity of the deceased : United States 66;
Ireland 28; England 4 ; Scotland 2; Germany 2 ; Un.
known 3.
From the Alms House, Bellevue 10; Hospital do. 6;
Long Island 1; Small Pox Hospital I; City Hospital 2,
We-tchester Co. 1. Colored persons il.
DtszAsxS.-Apoplezy 2 ; bleeding from the lungs 1;
cholera infantum I; cholera morbus 1; consumption 19;
convulsions 6; croup or hives 3; delirium tremens 2; diar-
rhoea 1; drowsy 2; dropsy in the head 5; drowned 8;
dysentery 2; fever 2; fever, remittent 8; fever, scarlet 2;
fever typhoid a- flainmation 1; inflammation of bowel. 2;
ir.-,.inin ,f 'hm.it 2, i.,itamqation ot lungs i5: lees
-eeerea 2; marasmuis 5; measles 3; mnornflcatmon 2; old
age 2; organic disease of the heait I; sprue 1, small pox
3; suicide 1; teething 1; unknown S.
WM. A. WALTERS, Cty Inspector.
Cty Inspector's Office, May 35th, 1 39.

In the picket ship Sheridan, sailed 25th instant
for Liverpool-Joel Wolfe and lady, of Virginia ;
John Mullen, lady and son ; Messrs Eugene Flan-
din, A Clement, Gilbert Davis, Isaac Heywood,
Crook. Whiley, E Gonin, A Gonin, J A L queer,
C W Foster, Miss Catharine Gilbert, Miss Maria
Dtpeyster, Mrs Michael Mullen, and Mrs FA
Depeyster, all of New York; Sir Win. Drum-
mond Stewart. of Scotlhnd; David N. Leland, of
S. Carolina ; Dr S Stewart, Henry Chapman, of
Philadelphia; lgnach Azensolv and German

Stahlknechi, of Mexico; General J A Q..iitman,
Judge J P B Thatclier, G J Dahlyrn of Natchez;
Edward Wolf; A T Cowman of Hyde Park, N.
York ; Sam'l Burch, of Washington; Joel Craw-
frd of Georgia; John Kilgore, James Reid of
Cincinnati; Chas J J M Eaton, J F Hold, Thos.
McKenzie, Ervin T Ellscott and lady, of Balti-
more; John Murdock of Mississippi; Dr Thomas
Smith of S. Carolina; James Campbell of Mobile;
J Bernard ofN. Orleans; E Bittersby of Charles-
ton; Mesqrs Channell and H Vehn, of South Ame-
In the ship Huntssille, from New Orleans-Mrs
S Strong, child and servant, Miss Dixon, M Wal.
ton, lady and child, Miss Walton, H Waterman
and lady, Mrs De Ferier, Dr J Smith and lady,
Miss Smtnith, Massrs J Shute, J P Freeman, J Mar-
shall, L Thomas, J B Martin, M Cedar, M Sar-
get-and 30 in the steerage.
In the Br'emen bark Isabella, from Bremen-M ass
Mary Rengolmann, Messrs H Biinstoff, A Ltits,
F M Wagner-and 116 in the steerage.
'In the. brig America, from Mayagu(z-Mrs
A M Roaslake, of New York; T Guadaranna,
of Laguyra.
In the packet ship Louis Phillipe, from Havre-
Mr Buidermann and lady, JLetteau, EBoszireer,
Miss A Delatre, Mr Sergeon, G Bousquet. T Ag-
nes, H E Ravenau, lady and child, all of France;
J M Cunnington, Mrs J A Gai, Miss He!lere, T
J Goodwin, all of New York; Miss L W Lep-
pit, Miss J Sweet, of Providence; Messrs R S
Holmes and Skerrill, Miss A Armeo, Miss F Ar-
met, all of Philadelphia ; H Earle, of Worcester,
Mass.; Mr Fisher, lady, and 3 children, of New
Orleans; J Goslingand child, of Manchester; W
R Griffih, of Harrisburg; C G A Lacost and ser-
vant, of Charleston-and 280 in 'he steerage.
In the Br brig Maqy Ann, from Bay of Hondu-
ras-Mr Coffin, Mrs Langdon and son.

13- TO LET.-A modern built three story brick House
in Eighth street, between the Fifth Avenue and Macdougall
street, finished in the best style, and ready for immediate
occupancy. Apply at the office of this paper. ap26
Y" IfOR SALE-The Dwelling House, No. 36 Bond
street, with the lot in the rear, on Great Jones street, now
occupied by the subscrIber-being 21 feet in front! on each
street, and 200 feet deep.
Persons wishing to view and purchase the premises will

May 3, 133(.
The Shareholders in this Bank are hereby notified
hat the third instalment of Ten Dollars on each share
s required to be paid on the 1stof June ensuing.
The Transfer Book will be closed from the 29th instant
to the e1st June, inclusive.
By order of the Board Df Directors,
my5 is2tawtjel GEO. (WRTIS, Cashier.
S3= INFORMATION WANTED of two brothers
JAMES and JOHN OPR FE, who came from Ireland to
this country some years ago.
JAMES was a farmer, and went to Butler county, Ohio
I' years ago, and was there connected with a family
named HARDY.
JonRw, who is a slater by trade, was in the city of New
York 8 years ago.
Their sister, MARGARET McCRIZA*T, row in the vicinity
of New York, would be most grateful for any information
concerning her brothers.
Address h~r at the office of the New York American,
New York.
*** As this is a gratuitous notice, the less hesitatian is
felt in asking any other papers, disposed to aid the search
of a sister for her brothers,:to give it some insertions.
my243taw Im

| High Watert his morning, Sh.Sm.
This Morning-Ship Orleans, Sears, for New Orleans,
Win. Nelson; brig Hiram, Chandler, Maracaibo. E. M.
Atwater & Co.; Br. schr Jane, Davis, Bermuda, W. S. F.
Davenport; schr Alexandria, Britton, Alexandria, D.C.
Saturday-Ships Birmingham, Farnhan., for Liverpool,
S. Thompson; (Br.) Jane & Barbara, Coleman, Luhec, N.
G. Bull & Co.; Roselia, Perkins, Warren, R I,Wm. Carr
& Co; Calhoun, Woodbury, Charleston, H. Haviland;
barque Due D'Orleans, Hoodless, New Orleans, John El.
well;bris Hope, Tyson, Hamburg, D. H. Schmidt &
Son; P. I. Nevius. (Br.) McLeod, St. Johns N.B, P. I.
Nevius & Son; Casar. Wakefield. Augo-tura and St.
Thomas, Aymar & Co.; Charles, Outerbridge, Gaiveston,
Texas, Badger & Peck; Astley, Pike, Charleptnn: (Br.)
Ann.Louisa, Scott, St. Andrews, N.R, Barclay & Livings.
ton;schrs Calcutta, Cole, Alexandria, Georgetown and
Washington, D.C.; Citizen. Pictou, Nesmith & Leeds;
Charles M S nith, Totten, Baltimore; Oscar, Lovell, Boa.
ton; Napoleon, eitts, Richmond; Page, Bassett, Boston;
Elizabeth. Sturdivant, Eastport, Me; (Dutch) Gran Maria,
Ernest, Curacna, Booneri Graves & Co ; Ann Hall, Chase,
Boston; Joseph Sybrand, Townsend, Baltimore; Regulus,
Bull, Philadedelphia; Virginia, Bedell, Norfolk; Hornet,
Osborn, Baltimore; George, Wells, St. Thomas, I. E
Burrill; Hudson, Ryder, Boston.
Whale baique Monmouth, Smith, (of Cold Spring,).
70 days from South Atlantic Oceanr, with 825 brls, 76 do
sperm, to J H Jones, of Cold Spring. 21st mint. let 34
long 71, sp ke schr Harriet, Smith, hence, for Eleuihura.
SBrig Citizen, Thing, 14 days from Mobile, with 254
bales cotton, to E. D. Hurlbut & Co. 25th inst, lat. 37,
40, long. 74, 30, spoke pilot boat Lafayette 46 hours
hence, for Havana 23 passengers.
BrigSusan Mary, Pinckham, 11 ds fm Matanzas, with
molasses to D H Roberson and M Taylor. Left barques
Peru, of Boston for Hamnburg in 8 do; Dianthe, for Cowes
Idg; Stafford, fm Russia for Havana Idg; brigs Laurel foi'
Baltinore do; Wrn Henry for Newport do; Francis Givne.
for Boston 5 ds, Sun, for NYork 2 ds; Baltic, F'ortlnd, to
sail 15th; Venus, for Boston, unc; Grand Turk, Nichols,
for New York, loading; Virginia. sinclair, for New Or.
leans, unc; Croton. Whitney, of New Orleans, for Cowes;
Magnolia, for Portland 16th inst; Abegail Richmond, Wil.
son, for Philadelphia next day. ;elst inst, lat 33 12, Ion
77 14, spoke ship Liverpool, of anid for Charleston. 6
passengers. I
Schr Origon, Meld' urn, (of Hartford,) 8 days from St.
Augustine, with ballast,| to the master. 22d instdr,t, off
Hatteras, spoke schr. Rienza, from Tuckapaw, for Boa.
ton, out 7 days.
Schr Win. Kembell, Adams, 8 days from Richmond,
with coal, to the master.
Schr Henry Clay, Martin, 5 days from Georgetown,
w;th flour, to A. B. Cooley.
BELOW-2 Brigs-Thick and foggy outside.
Packet ship Louis Philip, Casioff, from Havre, (sailed
2d of May), with mdze, &c. to C. Bolton, Fox & Living.
stone. Left, ships Burgundy, for New York, eth May;
Waverly, do, 6th; Havre, do, 10th; Richmond. New Or-
leans, 8th; Charlotte, Bristol, 2d; Clarissa Andrews, Got.
tenburg, 3d; William &John, unknown; Nautilus, do.-
Passed going in, packet ship Rhone, hence, and bark
Venice. May 3 1, exchanged signals with packet ship
Baltimore, hence, for Havre.
Ship Tecumseh, Suydam, from Havre, (left April 25,h),
withn mdze. &c. to J. i. Howland. Sailed in co. with ship
Erie, Funk, for NYork: saw her 28th inst. lat 44, long.
28,30. 19Lh !nst. lat. 41, long. 61, 35, fell in with the
wreck of a brig, withfLeop on her stern. The T. has
been off the Hook two days in afog.
Ship Bowditch, Thompson, from Liverpool, sailed on
27th April, to S. Thompson. 231 steerage passengers.
Ship Huntsville, Eldgridge, 16 days from New Orleans,
with cotton and tobacco, to E. K. Collins & Co.
Bark Trenton, Tallet, of Boston, from Canton, (left
Whampoa 3tst January and Lintin 2d of February,) with
teas, silks, &c to Gondhue & Co. Left at Whampoa ship
Canada, Covington, John N Gessler, Vancouver, Omega,
Gala, Gerard-ul uncertain. At Hong Hong bark Lin-
tin, schr Foster, bark Pania. brig J Gilpin, bark Frances
Star.ton, ships Niantic and Robert Fulton. The Roman
waf, it, Macoa roads when the T lelt. Ships Ceylon lot
Manilla, and TIhom a Perkins fai J^a, aid 20th January.
The T has been (.ffthe Hook two days in a fog.
Bremen bark Iabella, Andreser, 32ds fim Bremen with
mdae to L H Post & Oelricos.
Bark Ganges, Ford, 45 ds 1m Messina with fruit. Left
brig Lanuira, NYork l2th-the only Am.
Br brig Mary Ann, Hampton, 17 ds fm Bay of Honduras
with mahogany and logwood. Left brig Patsey B Blount,
for NYork in 4 ds; schr Eliza, hence, just arr--the only
Brig General Marion, Harvey, 18 ds fm St John's,Porto
Brig America, Anderson, from Mayaguez, May 10.-
Lelt brigs Tahoka, Leeds, hence, disc ; Grand Island,
Brown, N York, disc.
Brig Jones, Pollister, 12 ds fm Havana, with sugar and
Brig Somerset, Green, l1 d( fm Apalachicola, cotton,
to order. 4 passengers.
Brig Star, Hall, 7 ds fm Charleston, to G Bulkley.
Portuguese schi Constitution, Landeno, 36 ds fm Oporto
with wine.
Schr Halcyon, Salisbury, 15 ds fm Mayagues, PR, with
137 hhds sugar, 101 casks molasses. Lelt brig America,
New York, 2 days ; brig St Simons, Packard, New York,

Schr Splendid, Bates, 15 days from Mobile, in ballast,
bound to Saybrook.
Schr Meganticook, Mayo, 14 ds fm Apalachicola, with
Schr E D Peters, fm Machias, with lumber.
Schr Syrian, Darling, 6 days from Blue Hill, with
Schr Indqpendence, fm Cherr3 fiend, with lumber.
Sloop Aid, Philbrook, 16 days from New Orleans, with
Captain Thompson, of the ship Bowdich, from Liver-
pool, reports that on the 10th Inst., in lat 44 50. Ion 34 20,
he saw a steamboat standing east. Hs saw but one pipe
at the time. She had set 2 jibbs, fore topsail, fore and aft
foresail, and mainsail. It being thick at the time, could
not see her wheels worx-could see but 2 masts.
[Per Louis Philippe.1
HAVRE, April 25-Sailed, Erie, NYork; 9th, Frances
Anne, U States; Moslem, do.
Marseilles, 20th-Sailed, Carrier, NYork
Bordeaux, 20th-Arrived, General Foy NOrleans.
Sailed, Anne Louise, do.
LIVERPOOL, April 26-Sailed, George, Wilkinsan,
Savannah; Caledonia, Coffin, NYork; Grace, Reid, do;
Jos-phine, Brindle, do.
26th-Cleared, Bowditch, Thompson, NYork.
24th-Sailed, Andromeda, Patrick, New Yorki Edwin,
Wilson, do; Ebro, Watts, do; Superior. Chandler, do;
Telumab, Glidden, NOrleans; Cato, Low, Boston; Jer
sey Tar, Decaen, Rio de Janeiro; Grace Brown, Duff,
26th-Entered for loading, Shepherdess, Hooper, Bos-
ton ; John Anderson, Miller, Charleston ; Bhakspeare,
Henderson, dc ; Riga, Smith, New Orleans; Dauntless,
Jackson, NYork ; Sarah Sheafe, Merry, do; Orpheus,
Bally, do; John Hale, Crowell, da, Marmora, Myers, do;
Rockinham, Dwight, do.
24th-Entered tbor loading, Carthage, Boston; Tiberias
do; Katherine, Jackson, New York; Oracle, do; Napo-
leon, do; Westchester, do, Portsmouth, do, Roscius, do;
Chevalier, Medota. and Walter, Philadelphia.
26th-Arrived, Ada, Charleston.
Off Duver, 24th, Aurora, Runstvin, Gottenburg, for the
United States.
At Helvoet, 20th, Pennsylvania, Baltimore.
At Havre, 21st, Nautilus, Charleston.
At Bordeaux, 17th, Union, Lubis, New Orleans. 20th,
Gen. Foy, do.
The brig Lawrence, from Cape Haytt, bound to Bristol,
R I., was stranded on Mayaguana Key, previous to 7th
inst.-crew and cargo saved.
Sailed from Havre. April 20, Ville de Padris, Foot, New
Orleans; Arno, Dixey, do; Olive Branch, Sedrick, Savan-
nah; 21st, Erie, Funci, NYork; 26th, Frances Ann, Sulm,
and Moslem, Maclaren, St Petersburg:
Arr. at_ Gibraltar, April 20, ship E press, Townsend,

schra Corvo, Crodkef, oaikon; 1mi Stlil, Wiliettti
NORFOLK, May 21-Arr brig Talisman, Ponce. Inl
Hampton Roads-bark Clement, from Laguna, bound to
Cowes and a market-encountered4 very severe woathek,
and stove water casks and buiw arks.
23d--ship Warsaw, Folger, from Philadelphia, went up
James River today.
WILMINGTON, NC, May 20-Arr schr Mail, Price,
WASHINGTON, NC.May 20-Arr schr Dover,Boston;
Time and Thos Wynne, N*York; Jas Otis and Eli Hoyt,
Boston; Smith Providence.
Cild schrs American Coaster, Boston; John Meyers
and Gen Mblarion, NYork.
CHARLESTON, May 21-Arr brigs Charleston, Paler-
mo; Perry, NYork;, schr H A Wise, do.
CId-brig Arkansas, Bos on; schr September, Doane,
22d-Arr ship Thomas Bennett, Liverpool; schra Phebe
& Eliza, NYork.
Sailed-ship Tamerlane, Greonock; barque Elizabeth,
GEORGETOWN. S.C, May 18-Arrived, brig Detroit,
Baker, from New York.
SAVANNAH, May 21-Arrived, ship Milledgsvllle,
Porter, from New York; schr North Star, Smith, Beth.
Cleared, ship Gosaipium, for Liverpool; brig Savannah,
Hubbard, NYork.--Sailed, ship Charlotte, Liverpool.
NEW ORLEANS, May 18-Arrived, ship Bombay,
Gay, from Liverpool; barque Peal, Fletcher, do; schr.
Ulysses, Maristaney, Malaga.-CId, ships Mattakeesel,
Sprague, for Liverpool; Hiliah, Hammond, New York;
barque Osprey, Gaylord, Middletown.

4 RS L. M. HOFFMAN. Auctioneer.
RESH TEAS-Cargo of the barque Trenton.-L.
M. HOFFMAN & CO. will sell on FRIDAY, the 31st,
at 10 o'clock, at the Phemnix Sales Room, the cargo of
Teas per barque Trenton. Hallet, master, consisting of-
Young Hyson,
Hyson Skin,
Imperial, and
Gunpowder, in the usual variety of packages.
Souchong, in half chests and matted boxes,
Cassia, in matts.
The above Teas have been carefully selected and corn
pitse a proportion ot high cost and fine quality. Catas
logues and samples will be ready the day previous.
my27 3c
B OARD-A married Gentlevean and Lady, without
children, may be accommodated with a fine parlor,
together with board: the whole at $13,29 per week, by ap.
plying at No 17 Park Place.
Two young gentlemen who wish merely their meals and
lodging, at $6 per week each, may apply as above.
my27 It*
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and American Bookstore, 200 Broadway, haie just
received from .london, about fifteen hundred voluumes of
old, rare and curiousWorks, which they offer for sale
at very low prices. Addidionalsupplies received by every
packet. my27
SEW BOOKS FROM LONDON, at well as the
American Publications.-WM. A. COLMAN, No
205 Broadway, is constantly receiving all of the mostpo.
pular New Books, printed in England and America; the
want of time only iship only excuse for not advertising them
as a.on as received. Sucffie it to know that they may be
found at his store. He has just received a few coples of
Curie's Domestic Hom*3pathy .aimo
Curie's Practice of Honicepatlrf vo
Curie's Principles of Homoepathy, Svo
The Countess of Blessington's Idler in Italy, London
edition, 2 vols, 8vo, with a portrait
Oliver Twist, 3 vols, 8vo, the beautiful London edition
Also, the Paris edition of do
Dr Uie's Work in Relation to Mines, &c, thick Svo
McCullock's Dictionary of Commerce, London, 1839,
much improved. mr27 1w
J CO. invite the attention of the Ladies to their assort.
ment of Cashmere Shawls: among which are-
1 black filled square Shawl, $100
1 green do do do 100
I ahite do do do 2)O
1 scarlet do do do 208
I do do do do 260
1 do do long do 150
1 white do do 150
I do do do 200
I do do do' 250
2 do do do 3<'0
2 rich do do do 50
.1 do do. do do 400
I do do do do 600
my27 25T Broadway.
ILLS OF EXCHANGE on all partsof Great Mritain
and Ireland, in sums of 51. to any amount, for sale
S. J. SYLVESTER'S. 130 Broadway.
my27 and 22 Wall se.
g ^OLLECTION8 on all parts of the United States, Ua-
XJ naaas and Europe, made on the most favorable
terms, by S. J. SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
my27 and 22 Wall st.
I NOURRENT MONEY ot all kinds bought by
my27 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall at.
published in folio form, containing much interesting
matter, the latest news from England, Literary Notices,
&C. &c. &c., price 6 cents, by
SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway,
my 27 below Maiden Lane.
J UST published No 1 of THE JACK DOWNING#
PaospzCTus.-The subscriber proposes to publish, in
weekly numbers, and send by mail to all parts of the
country, the peculiar and amusing writings of the Origi.
nal Author of "Major Jack Downing's Letters,"
The first series will consist of John Smith's Lettes, with
Picters to match: containing-
Reasons why John Smith should not change his Name;
Miss Debby Smith's Juvenile Spirit; A Chapter on Anr-
mal Magnetism; together with the only Authentic History
extant of the Late War In our Disputed Territory.
This series will be completed in four numbers. Each
number will be illustrated with two Ptcters,, from origi,

nal designs, engraved on steel, and will contain about N
pages of' letter press, with a suitable cover.
Terms.-Single numbers 121 cents, payable on delivery.
Five copies of the first series will be forwarded for two
dollars, or 13 copies for 5 dollars, received in advance by
the publisher, post paid.
my27 S. COLMAN, 8 Astor House.
E XCHANGE ON LONDON-Drafts at sight, in suitst
Sto suit purchasers, payable in every town through.
out the kingdom. Apply to SYLVESTZR & CO.
myk7 15i Broadway, below Maf4ta Lane.
i.ILLS OF EXtHANOB on a-y part of Great Bri-
ittin, from five to one thousand pounds at sight, al.
ways for sale at the current rate. Bank of England Notes,
Doubloons. Napoleons, and English Silver bought at the
highest premium.
mY/ SYLVESTER & CO. 6Broa'way.
mny7 below MaidenLae
( HECKS AT SIGHT on Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Boston, Washington City, St. Louis. New Orleans,
and eveiy other principal city in the Union, can be ob.
tamined at SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway,
my27 below Maiden Lane.'1
FEIT DETECTOR published for the last 15 years
in pamphlet form und *olio sheet, for sale at
S J. SYL FESTER'S, 180 Broadway,
my27 and 21 Wall street.
PORT WINE-20 qr casks, of superior Port -Wine,
direct from Oporto, just received and for sale in
quantities to suit purchasers, by
mvU7 R. H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway.
J CO. 81 Cedar st., up stairs, near Broadway, have on
hand a large stock of fresh manufactured Clothing,
forming a complete assortment of almost very style ueUs
ally required for the Southern trade, which they offer for
sale on liberal terms. my27
S -HOICE WINES- An invoice of choir Siterry and
C Port Wines, in wood and glass, ofthetioieew quail.
ties, imported in 1836, will be sold at reduced prices, to
close sales, by
my27 ORACIE & CO. 20 Broald street.
PORTER-Porter arnd Brown Stout, in casks of T
L dozen qts an' 8 do pts, ard In fine order, will be
lnded during the day, and sold in lots to suit purchasers,
and at reduced prices if taken from the wharf, by
GRACIE k CO. 20 Broad at
Also, Scotch, Pale and Burton Ale.
Orders from other places will receive attention and for-
warded to any part of the U. S. my27
ILNGLISH CHEESE-Very superior in 61ib loaves
"U Also, Pirmasan and American Cheese, of an extra
quality-Macaroniaud Varmicilli. For sale by
my27 A. BININGER & CO. 141. Broadway.
HILADELPHIAIPORTER, a.one dollar perdozetn
a superior article, for sate by
D h'. 8 MIDV _- T-' lr --an i ..--.

J HIS EVENING, May 27th, will be performed the
come* of SONS AND SYSTEMS-Mr Lemon Sowerby,
Mr Placide; Geoo Sowerby,. Hield; Laura, Mrs Richard.
son; Blanche, Mrs Chippindale.
After which the Grand Ballet of LA SYLPHIDE-La
Syiphide, Mde Taglioni; James Reuben, Mons Taglioni.
In the course of the evening, two Violin Obligates will
be perfoi med by Mr Hughes.
o conclude with the Farce of MY LITTLE ADOPT.
ED-Major Seymour, Mr Wheatley; Frederick, Hield;
Rose Mayburn, Mrs Richardson.
Tomorrow, Mrs Hughes's benefit.
Doors -en at7)'clock-Pertformance commences aL7J
Tickets Boxes.Sl, Pit, 50cents.Gailery.25 cents.
T Corner of Leonard and ChurcAh streets.
HIS EVENING, May 27th, will be performed
the Opeisa of AMILIE-Gen (ount Von der Tiemer,
Mr Seguin; Jose Speckbacker, Wilson; Anderi, Horncas.
tie; Amille, Miss Shirreff.-
To covolude with the Farce of the MIDDY ASHORE
-Harry Halcyon, Mrs Sefton; Lieut Merton, Mr Walton.
Anne, Miss Ayres.
Wednesday, Mr Lambert's benefit
Doors open at 3I o'clock-Performance commences at 71.
Boxes, $-Pit, 50 cents-Gallery, 25 cents.
HIS EVENING, May 27th, will be. performed :the
Comedy of THE LOVE CHASE-Master Waller, Mr
Proctor; Wildrake, Gates; Constance, Mrs Shaw; Widow
Green, Mrs Bannis'er.
Toconclude with the grand Romantic Drama of MA.
ZEPPA, or, The Wild Horse of the Desert.. Mazeppa,
Mr Woolford; Abner Khan, Proctor; Themar, Coles;
Drolinski, Gates; Olinski, Mrs Coles; Oneiza, Mrs Wil'
Doors open at 7 o'clock-pper.ormance commences at 7j.
Boxes 75 cents. Plt 37j. Gallery 25.
7r HESE Panoramas are now open for exhibition at the
SNew-Rotunda, corner Prince P.nd Mercer streets,
Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
painting, of the largest class, covering a surface of ten
thousand square feet, painted from drawings taken by Mr.
Catherwood in 1834.
ed likewise from Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is superior,
a a work of art, to any Panorama before exhibited.
The Panoranias are brilliantly illuminated every even.
ing by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explanations of
the pictures given in the forenoon, afternoon, and at halt
past 8 in the evening.
Open from 9 in the morning, t1i half past 9 in the even-
ing. Admittance 25 cents to eack Panorama. Books of
description 121 cents apt tf
Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton.
Through in Six Hours.
Leave New-York, from the foot of Liberty'street, daily.

Morning Line, at 9 o'clock, A. M.
Afternoon Linelat 4| o'clock, P. M.
Fare through in both lines, $4.
Fare to Trentton, $2 50; to Princeton, $2.
P Passengers will procure their tickets at the Office, tool
of Liberty street, where a commodious Steamboat will be
ii readiness to convey them to Jersey City, with baggage
crates -n board
Philadelphia baggage goes through without being open-
ed by itie way.
Returning, the Lines will leave Philadelphia at -
o'clock A M, and 5 P M. my27
Newark. Elizabcthtown, Rahway, and New Brunswick.

Leave New York (at the foot of Liberty st.)
At 9 o'clock, A. M. daily.
41 s, P M. do.
6 P.M. do.
Leave New Brunswick.
At 7J o'clock, A. M do.
14i noon do.
9 P. M. do.
On Sunday, the 6 P. M. trip from New York, and 7f
A M. trip from New Brunswick, are omitted.
Fare between New York and Elizabethtown, 37k
cents; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cents
*(Foot of Courtlandt st.. New York)
S Leave New York Leave Newark
i 8 o'clock, A. M. 5 "
" 9 "I 1 71 9
11 If 9 "9
IW 4 I lj P. M.
6 i* f 31 ''
8 1 "
C On Sunday, leave New York, root of Liberty ft, 9 A M,
and 4{ P M; leave Newark 1 P M, and 10 P M.
-,*1 NitAIt lins, (Sundays excepted.)
LetveNew York at 12 o'clock P. M ; and leave New-
ark at l0 'clock P. M
Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 371 6ents.
*Passengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket Of-
rices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides preventing
confusion and delay after crossing the river.
iy Tickets are received by the Conductors only on the
day when purchased.
UrheTown Tracks In the City of Newark have been un
drlet, and passengers will be carried to and from the De-
potto meet the arrival and departure of thetrainefor 6j'
cwtaeach. my27

W ILEY & PUTNAM. Importers, 161 Broadway,
N. Y., and Paternoster Row, London, have re.
ce;vsd per last arrival-
I Coleridge's Literary Remains, 3 vole, 8vo
II Lindley's Flora Medica, 1 vol avo
III Thompson's Organic Chemistry-Vegetables, thick
.. IV Ben Jonson, with a Memoir, by Barry Cornwall, 1
vol, royal Svo
V Loudon's Suburban Gardener, 8vo
VI Austen's Translation of Faustus, 8vn
V.I1 Wilberforce's Life, by his Sons, in 5 vole, 8vo
VtII Middleton's Life of Cicero, in 1 vol, 8vo
IX Trollop:'s Homer, one vol, Svo
I- X Paley's Natural Theology, Illustrated Dissertations,
&c, by Lord Broughamin, 2 vols,8vo
XI The Book of Song, set to music, 12rno
XII Howitt's Boys Country Book, 12mo
XIII Irving's Lives of Scottish Writers, 2 vole, 8vo
XtV Webster's Eements of Physics, 8vo
XV Pictorial Edition of the Book of Common Prayer,
royal, Svo
XVI Public Buildings of London, 2 vols, royal Svo
XVII Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and
Mines, one thick vol, 8vo
XVIII McCulloch's Commercial Dictionary, new edi-
,tlon-in a day or two.
XIX Low's Agriculture, 8vo
XX Wood on Railroads, 8vo
XXI Ingram's Memorials of Oxford, 3 vols, plates.
%kiE LADY'S BOOK-Edited by Mrs Sarah J Hale
SandLouis A Godey- June No. 183P.
Published Monthly-Terms, 03 par annum-delivered in
any part of the uity or Brooklyn, and sent. by the earliest
mails to all parts of the United Staes and the Canadas,
by the publishers.
my2a ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery.
vv ILEY & PUTNAM, Importers, &c, 161 Broad.
WW way, publish this day-
Narrative of a Journey to Guatemala, in Central An e.
rica, in 1838, by G W Montgomery, in 1 volume, 8vo.
my2S -
UST PUBLISHED-'Ihe Discourstdeliveted by the
Rev Mr Dewey, at the dedication of the Church of
the Messiah, Brt adway, at Stationers' Hall, 245 Pearl
street, and cffice 84 Walt street.
My25 D. FELT & CO.
'IF HEOLOGICAL BOOKS.-Just received per late ar.
1 rivals-Horm Solitarm, or Essays on the names and
titles of Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit occurring in the
Old and New Testaments, and declarative of their essen.
trial Divinity and gracious office in the redemption and
salvation of men, by Ambrose Sale, Esq 1 vol. 8vo.
Watburton's Divine Legation of Moses, demonstrated,
with life and writings of the Author, by Bishop Hurd, 2
vole. 8vo.
Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion, translated
from the Latin, by John Allen, 2 vols. 8vo.
Chiltingworth's Works complete, with life by Birch,
1 Vol- Svo.
Condor's View of all Relifions now extant among man-
kind, with their internal diversities of creed and profes-
sion, 1 vol. 8vo. Imported, and for sale by
my25 D. APPLETON & CO 200 Broadway.

some sheet of Drawing paper, 27 in. by 20.
wards of thirty-six Engravings. The designs are by
Rubens, Reynolds, West, Jacque, Callott, and Leonardo
da Vinci, and are so arranged as to contain a Verse from
Scripture under eacht subject, descriptive of the scene il.
lustrated The Vignettes are surmounted by an labor
ately embellished Gothic Border, in the niches of which
are contained the figures o1 the Twelve Apostles, aeigned
by Harvey. The Engravim gs are e ecu',ed by Jackson,
whilst the printing has been confined to the house of Vi.
satelly & Co. The whole forming the most novel and
beautiful delineation of Sacred History ever issued.

ElAST NEW YORK PROPERTY.-The fourth auc.
t. ion sale of the above property will take place at the
store, No. Ill Broadway, (2d door below the City Hotel,)
on Tuesday, May 28th, 1839. The sale to commence at
7J o'clock, P. M.
Terms Cash-10 per cent. to be paid on the diy of sale,
-balance within 30 days, when warrantee deeds, free
from all incumbrances, will be given.
N. B. Catalogues, maps, and other information, may be
had by calling on J. R.PITKIN, No. Ill Broadway.
my22 d&cts
will sell at auction on Tuesday, 4th of June, at 12 o'clock
at their sales room, No 3J Broad street, cor. of Exchange
-ituate in the Twelfth Ward, bounded on, and adjacent to
thk 4th Avenue and the Harlaem River and between the
New Free Bridge and the Old Harlaem Bridge, as will ap-
pear by a Map at their office aforesaid.
These Lots of land are bounded by streets already regu.
lated. The Railroad cars pass through and stop opposite
to them. Dwelling Houses and Manufactories are
rising rapidly around these lots, their situation being
highly favorable at the junction of the New Yoik
and Albany and the Harlaem Railroads, and in the
immeftiate vicinity of the Harlaem river, now made
navigable by the opening oi the draws in the two
bridges, through which pass sloops, schooners, and other
craft daily plying to and from the Croton Water Works.-
The water in the river in front of this property being of a
depth of twenty five feet at low water maik, 'andof a
width that will admit vessels of any size to wind at their
anchors and lie in safety at the bulkhead, affords a posi-
tion for the carrying on of all sorts of business, and is of
much importance in poirt of cheapness and despatch to
the commerce of the city.
Lithographic Maps will be furnished.
The Lots are situtse as follows:
Fit st-8 Lots fronting 128th street, midway between the
3d and 4th Avenues, and adjoining Mr. Stephenson's Rail.
road Car Manufactory.
Second-8 Lots on the south side of 129th street, between
the 3d and 4th Avenres. and near the new brick buildings
there and the manufactory above named. This street
is paved, the sidewalks laid, and is lighted from the 3d to
the Sth avenues.
Third-12 Lots on l129th street, opposite the above and
the manufactory aforesaid.
Fourth- 8 Lots fronting the 4th Avenue and lying be,
tween the 129th and 130th streets
Fifth-12 Lots fronting 130th street, south side,'100 feet
from the 4th Avenue, and between Itand the Harlaem Ri-
Sixth-4 Lots Pt the corner of the 4th Avenue and 130th
street, south corner.
Seventh-4 Lots at the corner of the 4th Avenue and
130th street. north corner,
Eighth-19 Lots on 130th street, north side, and between
the 4th Avenue~and the 5th Avenue.
Ninth-16 Lots on l3ist street, south side, 201 feet from
the 4th Avenue, and running towards the 5th Avenue.
Tenth-8 Lots fronting the 4th Avenue, lying between
131st and 132d streets.
Eleventli-10 Lots fronting 132nd street, 100 feet from
the 4th Avenue, and thence towards the river.
Twelfth-4 Lots fronting 132nd street, 160 feet from the
4th Avenue.
The Harlaem Railroad Cars, running from the City
Hall at all hours ta this property, will afford facility to
those gentlemen who may wish to viewthe same, without
much loss of time or of expense.
For further information, apply at the Auctiou Rooms,
No 30 Broad street or to
SCHAS. HENRY HALL, at Harlaem.
myl5 INo. 11.1
*JAMES-BLEECKER & CO. will sell at auction, on
Wednesday, 6.h of June, at 12 o'clock, at their Sales
Ro"ms, No. 80 Broadstreet, corner of Eichange Place,
That certain Farm or tract of Land, situated in the
township of Newtown, on the new turnpike road leading
to Flushing, and about five miles from the village of Wil.
liaiiisburgh, bounded south easterly by the said tuinpike
road, south westerly and north westerly by the road
leading to Jackson's Mill, and easterly and north easterly
by lands of George Williams and Nicholas N. Wyckoff,
Esqrs., containing about 140 acres of land. This is a
very desirable location for a gentleman's residence, or for
a farmer. The land is good, and the situation pleasant.
On the (rrm there is a mansion House of a very corn.
manding appearance, the interior of which is not entirely
finished, and the other outbuildins which are of no great
value A further description is deemed unnecessary, as
it is presumed that no person would purchase this farm
without first viewing it. The crops of grain now in the
ground are to be paid for by the purchaser at a valuation
Terms-Twenty percent of the purchase money to be
paid on the day of sale, and thirty per cent. on the 15th
day of June, when the deed and possession will be deliv-
ered. The balance, 1'eing mne half of the purchase
money, may remain on bond and mortgage for one year,
with interestat the rate of seven per cent. per annum.
For further particulars, inquire of
myl6 [No 131 JAMES S. HUGGINS, 8 Wall st.

N CHANCERY.-Before the Vice Chancellor, 1st Cir.
cuit.-John Browning vs. Abraham D. Romaine and
others. J. W. Moulton, So.icitor.-In pursuance of a
decree entered in the above entitled cause, will be sold,
under the direction of the undersigned, one of the Mas.
ters of this Court, on the twenty.eighth day of May, inst,
at 12 o'clock, M., ot that day, at the salesroom of Messrs.
Edward H. Ludlow & Co., No. 11 Broao street, In the
city of New York-All "those two certain lots, pieces arind
parcels of land, tituate, lying, and being in the Nirth
Ward of the city of New York, and which, when taken
together, extend from Bank to Troy street, between
Fourth (formerly AsylUjm) street and .ctory street; be-
ginning at a point on the northerly sfde of Bank street,
distant seventy-five feet from the northeasterly corner eo
Bank and Fourth (formerly Asylum) streets, aforesaid;
thence running north, and parallel to Fourth (formerly
Asylum) street, aforesaid, to the southerly side of Tioy
street, aforesaid; thence east, along the said southerly
side of Troy street, twenty.five feet, one inch ; t etice
south, and parallel to Fourth (formerly Asylum) street,
aforesaid, to the northerly side of Bank street, aforesaid ;
and thence west., along the said northerly side of Bat k
street, twenty five feet to the place of beginning-be the
said several dimensions more or less ;-which said two
seve'dl lots of land are laid down on a certain map desig-
nated as" Mapof property belonging to the Orphan Asy-
lum Socievty, in the Ninth Ward of the city of New York,
now filed in the office of Register of the city and county
of New Vork, and therein designated by the numbers 13
(thirteen) and 20 (twenty).
Dated New York, May 6th, !S39.
my7 2aw3w Master in Chacery.
IN CHANCERY.-Before the Vice Chancellor-The
North River Insurance Company vYr. David Rogers,
&c.-State of New York, as.--In pursuance of an order
of the Court of Chancery, will be sold at public auction,un.
der the direction of the subscriber, one of the masters of
the said Court, at the sales room of James M. Miller
& Co. No. 27 Broad street, in the city of New York, on
the 25th day of May, A D. 1839, at twelve o'clock at
noon of that day, all that certain lot of land situate, lying
and being in the third ward of the city of New York, being
part of the lands formerly of the Rector and inhaitanns
of the city of New York in communion of the Protestant
Episcopal Church in the State of New York,'and distin-
guished on a map or chart made of such part thereof as
is commonly called the Church farm by the number three
hundred and ninety .three, (No, 393) and bounded as fol.
lows, to wit: northwardly in front by Warren street, west-
wardly by lot number three hundred and ninety.four,
southwardly in the rear by lot number four hundred arnl
eleven, ar.d eastwardly by lot ,umber three hundred an 1
ninety.two, extending irn-breadth in fi ont and rear twenty.
five feet and in length on each side seventy.five feet, be
the same more or less, subject to an annual rent of one hun
dred and twenty.five dollars, payable half yearly, on the
twenty fifth days. of March and September, and to the
performance and advantages of certain covenants con.
trained in an indenture of lease of said premises, made
between the Rector, Church Wardens. ar.d Vestrymen of
St. George's Church, in the town of Flushing, County of
Q teens, to the said David Rogers, for the term of sixty.
lturyears and six months, from the 25&h day of Septem.
ber, A. D. 1822, said lot and premises being now known by
the street No 79 Warren street Dated New York, v.eay
3d, A. I). 1839. PHILO T. RUGGLES,
my3 2aw3sts Master ilt Chancery.

.N CH&NCEtLY-Before the Vice Chancellor-Aarin
Arnold, &c. vs. Chailes Wadsworth, &c.-In pursu-
ance of a decree entered in the above entitled cause, will
be.sold under the direction of the undersitntd, one of the
masters of this court, by Messrs. W. % R. I. GERARD,
Auctioneeis, at the auction room No. 15 Broad street, in
.he City of New York, on the 6tb day of May next, at 1"
o'clock at noon of that day, all that certain lot, piece, or
parcel of land, situated and being in the Eighth Ward
of the City of New York, bounded and described as fol-
lows : Beginning at a point onf the southerly side of
Howard street, distant 75 feet eastwardly from the south-
erly corner of Howard and Mercer streets, at the corner
of a lotlormerly belonging to Henry M Brittotu. running
thence westwardly 25 leet along the said southerly side of
Howard strset to a lot now in tne occupation of Arnold,
Hearn & Co.; thence southerly along the last nientionied
lot 50 feet, on a line parallel with Mercer street ; thence
eastwardly on a line parallel with Howard street twenty-
five fect to said lot, formerly of Henry M. Biitton ;
thence northwardly on a line parallel with Mercer street
fifty six feet, to the place of beginning. The said lot now
known as lot number forty nine (49) Howard street, the
western wall of the house upor, the mortgaged premises
being a party wall.
VINeW York, April 12, 1839.
apl6 3wlaw Master in Chancery.
,The sale of the above described premises is adjout ned to
the 20th inst at the same hour and place above specified.
my6 2awts Master in Charncery.
r3- The sal 3 of the above described premises is further
adjourned to the 27th inst., at the same hour and place.-
nmv2i 2awts Mavter in Clhaiceryv.

'No. 337 Broad ay, New York.
April 29 tf
No. 44 Maiden Lane,
Dealers in Linens. Sheetinis, Damasks, Towellings, &c.,
Blankets, Quilts, Flannels, &c.
With a large assortment of Dry Goods.
#f" ENUINE BEAR'S GREASE-For promoting the
growth of the hair, and imparting a beautiful and
glossy lustre to it. far superior to any other application.
The superiority of this Oil over every preparation tfor in.
during the growth of the hair, is generally acceded to by
all who have used it, as it imparts a glossy richrress to the
hair, rendering it soft ani flexible, and exciting the capil.
lary vessels. to healthy action. To parsons becoming bald
by sickness or o.her causes, the application of this Oil
daily, will soon produce a reaction of its growth The
subscriber has just received afresh supply of the genuine
article, put up neatly in earthen pots and prepared ex-
pressly for his retail trade, at the Bowery Medicine Store,
No 260 Bowery- my20
RJ highly celebrated for thie cure of consumption, liver
complaints, raising blood, &c. &c., is sold at the Bowery
Medicine Store, 260 Bowery. The subscriber warrants
this Balsam to be the genuine article, received direct from
the proprietor.
my 22 N. W. BADEAU, Agent.
S* and effectual remedy for the summer complaints,
viz : Uiarrhcea and Cholera Morbus ; also Flatulent and
Spasmodic Cholics; having been tested throughout the
State of New York and elsewhere, during the last twelve
years, with complete success.
This is undoubtedly the best Medicine now in use for the
above named diseases, and most ot the Coughs, Lung
complaints and Bowel affections Incident to our country.
The summer and autumnal Diarrhmas (commonly known
by the term Dysenteries) that early make such dreadful
havoc among children, sweeping thousands to their graves
In spite of all remedies usually prescribed, have never yet
been known to resist its efficacy. When administered in
that most distressing di ease, the Cholera Morbus, it nev-
er fails to produce the most happy effects, if the doses be
increased in quantity and frequency according to the vio-
lence of the symptoms, which ought and can always be
done with pei feet safety-and if any failure should occur,
it must be owing to a criminal negligence. It speedily re.
lieves Vomitings, Gripings, Flatulent and Spasmodic
Cholics. Its anodyne properties render it pec']liarly ap-
plicable in Cramps, likewise restlessness anti weariness
of limbs. It is peculiarly useful for children when teeth.
ing, as it allays irritation, induces moderate perspiration,
and produces sleep, ceing superior to the Elixir Pare.
gontic, the too free use ofwhbch has often proved injurious
by causing visceral obstructions, irflammaticn and fever.
This medicine is disccvsred to be a certain. and effectual
remedy for the intestinal diseases produced by the drinking
of the waters of thei rivers in r le southern ard .-outhwestern
States, which renders it of irestimrable value Lo those who
reside or travel in those sections ef the court v
The inventor, aware that it is the fate of all prepare.
tions put up for public use, to be indiscriminately con.
demned by many, either fiom selfish motives, or a desiie
to discover uncommon skill without knowing any thing of
their compositionor medical virtues, and notwithstanding
howe' !r unjust such decisions may be, or whatever weight
they ni y have, yet he confidently believes this medicine,
prepared with th.. greatest cautio and from the best and
most suitable ingredients, will be *found to relieve the
afflicted. He would call th a attention of the public to the
certificates accompanying each bottle, from gentlemen of
the highest respectability, among whom are several physi.
cians and surgeons of undoubted talents and acquire.
HAYDOCK, CORLIES & CO., 27 Liberty st,
ap20 2awd2awc Wholesale Agents

YUkiR 'Afollowing broken Bank Notes are bought by
1 SYLVESTER & CO. 106 Broadway, below Mai.
der.n Lane:
Essex Bank, Guildhall, Windsor, Relleville,Wolfboro'
Commonwealth, Middlesex, Kilby, Fulton, and Norfolk.
Also-All kinds of Uncurrent Money, &c. myl7
A DICTuIONARY OF ARTS, Manufactures, and
Mines ; containing a clear Exposition of their Prin.
ciples and Practice. By Andrew Ure, M D, F R S, M
G S, M A S, London;M. Acad. N S, Philad. ; S.
Ph. Soc. N. Germ. ; Hanov; Mulh. &c. I closely and
beautifully printed volume, Svo, containing 1342 pages,
and illustrated with 1241 Engravings on Wood., .
*** The latest Statistics of every important object o
Manufacture are given, floraom the best, and usually from
official authority, at the end of each article.
Extract from the Author's Preface :
SIt is the business of operative industry to produce,
transform, and distribute all such material objects as are
suited to satisfy the wants of mankind. The primary
production of these objects is assigned to the husband.
man, the fisherman, and the miner; their transformation
to the manufacturer and artisan ; and their distribution
to the civil engineer, shipwright and sailor. The task
which I have undertaken in the present work is to de.
ccribe and explain the transformations of these primary
materials, by mechanical and chemical agencies, into ge-
neral objects of exchangeable value ; leaving, on the one
hand, to the mechanical engineer, that of investigating
the m tive powers oftransbitmation and transport; and,
on the other hand. to the handicraftsman, that of tracing
their modifications into objects of special or local demand.
Such are the principles which have set ved to guide me in
selecting articles for the present volume. By them, as a
clue, I have endeavored to hold a steaJy course through
the vast and otherwise perplexing labyrinth of arts, ma.
nufactures, and mines; avoiding, al'ke, engineering and
oiectianical arts, which cause no change in the texture or
constitution of matter, and handicraft operations, which
are multilcrm, capiric'ous, and hardly susceptible of sci-
entific investigation."
The following are the objects which the Authorhas ec.
deavored to accomplish :
Firpt-To instruct the Manufacturer, Metallurgist, and
Tradesman, in the principle f tieirrespective prnc saes,
so as to render them in reality the Masters of their busi-
ness, and to emarncipate them from a state of bondage to
Operatives-too com-irioni the slaves of blind prejudice
and vicious routine.
Secondly-To afford to Merchants, Brokers, Drysal
terms, Druggists, and Officers of the Revenue, chiaracteris-
tic descriptions of the commodities which pass through
their hands.
'Thirdly-By exhibiting some of the finest developments
of Chemistry and Physics, to lay open an excellent Prac-
ticel Sci'ool to Students of these kindred Sciences.
Fourthly-To teach Capitalists, who may be desirous
of placing their funds in some productive branch of In.
dusty, to select judiciously among plausible claimants.
Fifthly-To enable Gentleman or the Law to become
well acquainted with the nature of those Patent Schemes
which are so apt to give rise to litigation.
Rixthly-To present to our Legislators such a clear
Ex-position of our Staple Manufactures as may dissuade
them from enacting Laws which obstruct Industiy, or
cherish ote branch of it to the injury of many others.
Lastly-To give the General Reader, intent chiefly on
Intellectual Cultivation, a view of many of the noblest
achievements of S"ience, in effecting those grand Trans.
foi mations of Matter to which Great Britain owes her par-
amount Wealth, Rank, and Power among the Kingdoms.
One of the richest treasures that the present advanced
state of the rational mind has furnished and produced.-
LIMo .tidy Review.]
WILRY & PUrNAM, Importers,
161 Broadway, N. Y', and Paternoster Row,
my24 London
JUS i RECEIVED by the ship United States-
Wheatly's Essay on St. Paul, second series
Palmer'.r Treatise oni the Church 2 vols.
Bean's Family Worship, sixth edition
Froude's Remains. 2 vols.
Hele's Offices of Private D' v( ('on
Wall on Infant Baptism, 3 vols
A view of the Scripture Revelation, concerning a Fu.
ture State; 0ilberforce's Life, 5 vols.
Britihh Relormers, 12 vols.
Hare's Sermons, fourth t-dition, 2 vols.
my24 SWORDS, STANFORD & CO 152 Broadway.

SFFI.E OF S1ATTIONEtS' HALL.-I he subscri.
4J) bers. ever desirous for the accommodation of their
fri, nds and the public, have opened an office at 34 Wall
street, in the New Building of the Bank of the United
States, whtre they ofler lor sale every article of Stationary
and Account Books, of the bist and chodcest qualities.
As they have an Agent resident in Europe, they are en.
ab'ed to ,ff-;r better goods, and at much less prices, than
can be afforded elsewhere; and their manufactory being
lately enlarged, with improved machinery, by steam and
otherwise, enable them to make much better goods, and
at lees prices than hitherto.
Banks, In urance Offices, Merchants, and all others
who aie in wait of sets or single Books, Ruled, Piinted,
and Bound to particular patterns, can be supplied at short
notice, and the quality and price warranted to suit.
New York, May 20, 1839 my 24
14 iW oUUKS.-This day is i uilished-
S Adam Bruff, and other Men of Character, by Doug
la s Jerrold, Esq, in 2 vols, l Imo.
Isabel '.r Siciy ; a Pilgrimage, by Tuckerman, author
of Italian Sketch Book'. For sale by
my24 WILEY & PUTNAM, 11i Brna-way.
200 Broadway, have this day opened in store, one.
tkousond pieces of Musin. for bookbinders, amotig which
are new and beauti ul patterns. Imported from England,
aitd offered for sale iu quantities to suit pui chasers.
my24 3tis ,
EERBROCK ; A Novel. By Miss Hanriet Marti-
neau, 2 volumes, 12mo.
Just published and for sale by
ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery.
Or may be had from the Washington Circulating Li.
brary, 85 Bowery. my24

S HOLMES, No 44 Maiden Lane, have received one
case Corded Skirts Also, Canmbic and Furniture Duiil.

-n M A.h LBANY-From the foot of Bar-
4clay street.
The CHAMPLAIN, Tuesday morning, at7o'clnck.
The ALBANY, Wednesday morning, at7 o'clock.
From the foot of Courtlandt street.
The DE WITT [CLINTON, tomorrow afternoon
at 5 o'clock.
rhe SWALLOW, Wednesday afternoon, at 6 o'clock.
NOT1CE.-All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, spe-
cie, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped, or put
on board the boats ot this line, must be at the risk of the
o ners of such goods, freight baggage, &c. my27
,41!M The first rate coppered and copper fastened
ship KtOBT. BOWNE, C. Mansfield, master, will have
immediate despa'ch for the above Ports She has good
accommodations for passengers. For which, orforthe
bulk of 200.to 3000 brls freight apply to
my231 134 Frofit st.
10th June--The packet ship WELLINGTON,
D. Chadwick, master, will sail al above, her
regular day. Forfreight or passage, apply to the captain
on board the shin at foot of Maiden lane, or to
myl4 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 184 Front st.
of 1st June-The COLUMBUS, Captain T B
Cropper, will sail as above, her regular day.
ior freght or passage, apply to the Captain, on board,
at the foot of Beekman street, or to
GOODHUE & CO. or1 64Sou.t street.
C. H. MARSHALL, out treet.
The SOUrH AMERICA will succeed the Columbus,
and sail on the 19th June.
The rate of cabin passage by the Old Lie will hereafter
be $140, including wines, &c.. and $120 without my20
*f FOR LIVERPOOL-Packet of the 7th June.-
= The packet ship GEORGE WASHINGTON,
. Captain H. Holdridge, will sail as above her le-
gular day.
For freight or passage, apply oa board foot of Maiden
lane,or to
my7 GBINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 184 Front st.
jk. FOR LIVERPOOL-Packet of 13th June.-
W The ship UNITED STATES, N. H. Holdridge,
uA master, will sail as above, her regular day. For
freight or passage, apply on board, at foot of Maiden lane,
orto ROBERT KERMIT.74 South st. myl3
AJ FOR LIVERPOOL-[New Line.l--acKet of
25th June.-The packet ship GARRICK, Capt.
MrA.S. Palmer. 1000 tons burthen, will sail as above
For Ireignt orpassage, Lkviig accommodations unequal.
led for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans
wharf, foot of Wal I street, or to
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st
The packet ship ROSCIUS. Capt. Collins, will succeed
the Garrick, and sail 25th July. .
Leters by the pashets will be charged 121 cents per sin
gte sheet, and 6i cents per ounce. Newspapers I cent
each my25
E FOR HAMBURG-The fine coppered andl
copper fastened ship OSCAR, Captain Lorelty,
of about 500 tons burthen, 2 years old, having a
large part of her cargo engaged, will have immedls'e de-
spotch. For freight or passage, apply to
apl8 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.
J. FOR VALPARAISO-The fast sailirg ship
NATCHKZ, Captain Hayes, will sail lui the
above port -cn the 15th June,and can handsomely
accommodate a few passengers, if early application be
made on board, at pier 14, E R, or to
my22 HOWLAND &,ASPINWALL, 55 South st.

424 FOR NEW ORLEANS-lLouisiana and New
York Linel-'1 he superior fast-sailing packet ship
MISSISSIPPI, Beebe. master, having meat of her
cargo engaged, will have immediate despatch..
For freight or passage, having elegant furnished ac.
commodations, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of
Wali street, or to.
mry2T E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South street.
i FOrt. SALE-The whaling ship ILLII'lIS
alw with or without her whaling apparatus, burthen
. 425 tons, built in this city for a New Orleans
packet. Also, the whalir ; ship PORTLAND, burthen
325 tons, with or without her whaling apparatus. Both of
these ships are well adapted to the whaling or freighting
business. For further particulars, apply on board, at
Judd's wharf, or to GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
ap24 134 Front street.
g FOR SALE-The tast sailing, coppered and
substantial brig EMMA, 245tons burthen, as she
A now lies at the foot of Pine street. Apply to
h21 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.i
a FOR SALE-The ship ILLINOIS, burthen
a 425 tons, built in this city for a New Orleans par.k-
cet, coppered, copper fastened and sheathed, witu
aim r whaling araratus, consisting of cooper boilers,
empty casks, boats. &c. For further particulars, apply
on board at Judd's wharf, or to
ap9 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Frontst.
tL VESSEL WANTED -A good coppered Schr.
ZW or Brig, of about 1200 bbls, for a voyage to the
.. .Canaries. Apply to
'mye4 CARY & CO. 90 Pine st.
RS. MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician o
New York, having jast received a large quantity
of herbs, roots, and essential oils from Europe, not to be
obtained in this country, will be ab.:e to cure those dis-
eases which have baffled the ski I of the most eminent phy-
sicians. Mrs. Mott positively pledges herself to cure or
relieve alld.seases incident to the human frame, and more
especially the following : rheumatism of however long
standing, tic doloreux, gout, contraction, palsy, or pa.
ralyzed limbs, decline, consumption, humors, scrofula
salt rheum, king's evil, canker ringworms, catarrh, scald
head, dyspepsia, debility, spinal affections, nervous symp-
toms, white swelling, asthma, jaunders, worms, liger
complaint, hemorrhoid, and female weaknesses, flts or-.
falling sicknea anriit-id---res.reBs r o mercury or
mineral ofany kind used. Any female-i laboring under
various weaknesses may consult Mrs. Moct with perfect
confidence, and the greatest secrecy will be observed-
Hours for seeing patients from 9 A. M. until 6 P. M., at
her residence, 119 Sprine street, west side of Broadway.
All letters from the country (post 'paid) promptly attended
to. Medicines forwarded to all parts of the United States.
ap24 eod is tf
O10O MOTH ERS-Whose children are troubled with
weakness of the urinary passages, can be cured by
by Mrs MOl T, who has long made the disease a panrticu.
lar branch of her study. ap2- iseodtf
IROFSYY! DROPSY !-Persons laboring under this
Distressing disease can be positively cured by Mrs
MOT r, the celebrated Female Physician, without being
tapped. ap2- iseodtt
T IU DOLOREUX-Positively cured without the use
of the lancet, however long standing, by Mrs MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement.
ap22 iseodtf
l"tITS FITS FITS !-rersons laboring under this
E' distressing malady can be poidvtily cured by Mrs
MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician.
ap22 iseodtf

A STHMA AND PHTHISIC--Persons troubled with
these di.-tressina diseases can meet with almost in.'
stant relief and speedy cure by applying to Mrs MOLT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement
ap22 eodistf
SCALD HEAD.-Thia prevalent disease is speedily
eradicated by Mrs MOTT, Female Phytcian.
apD22 iseotltf

SHE POUDRETT '-OMPAAY are prepared to re
Move the contents b 'nsa or PaivuEs in a manner
less offensive than Ohe usu.. %.)de.
Tubs e, ith close covers are to be used, which are no
emptied into carts, nor into the rivers,-but are carried on
of the city in large waggons.
Orders left at the office, 120 Nassau street, (up stairs,
where satisfactory references will be given) or in writing,
at hhe City Inspector's Office. No 2 City Hall, or at the
New Jersey Peat Company's Office: No 62 Eighth Avenue,
or at the yart" '- 30th street, corner of 7th Avenue, wii! be
promptly attenuedt
L- Terms, eigh cents per cubic foot. o2 reoddl

I 1NSEED OIL-72 pipes, now landing trom ships
-A Mediator and Silas Richards, for sale by
myl6 RTYBURN Si VaNDERVOORT, 10 Old slip.

ANILLA HEMP-150 bales, for sale by
J GRINNELL, MINTURN &CO. 134 Front st.
W 7NE-Madeira Wine, in pipes, hhds,.qrcasks and
bbls, for sale by
myVG tt DAVIS. BROOKS & CO-. 21 Broad st
1,1 sortuient, in butts, pipes, hhds. qrs and eighths, of
the most approved brands, for sale b3
my2.5 GBACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
SICILY MADEIRA WINE, in assorted packages,
constantly for kale in lots to suit purchasers, by
my25 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
INLS-Choice old Madejra Wines, in pipes, half
4 pipes, qr casks and Indiai bis, for sale by
my 11 HOWL*ND & ASPINWALL,55 South st.
SANDKEKCHIEFS -Black Levantine Hdkfs 7 8
a andi 4-4, entitled to debenture, for sale by
w22 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South t.
(J'LARET- 00 boxes fine Clatet, of various grades,
2for sale by
m)22 R H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway.

quarts and pints, bottled byFredk Bryant and Davis
and G-o Swayne, for sale by

SHIP IOWA, FROM HAVRE.-Consignees by the
above ship will please send their permits o 1 board as
soon as possible, at the foot of Rectot street. All goods
not permitted in five days will be sent to public store.
my24 22 Broad st.
S LIVERPOOL, are requested to send their permits
on board, at pier 89 East River, or to
ALEXANDER KNOX, Jr. 54 Cedar street.
All goods not permitted in five days will be liable to be
sent to the public store. my24 St
T O CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from $3 to 85000 on
SBond ind Mortgage on property worth 'double the
amount in the heart of one or the largest neighboring
cities. Address box 1344 upper post office. inhl8 istf
Sstorfe-A young man that is thoroughly acquainted
with the city retail book business, and can bring a good
recommendation from his last emplo er, for his honesty,
enterprise and general good qualities, and is willing to
make himself generally useful to his employer, will find a
permanent situation, and a salary of from $500 to $550 per
annum, by addressing Books and Stationary," through
the Park Post Office, with rear name and reference.)
a,23 tf
C ONSIrNEES per packet ship GARRICK, from Li-
verpool, are not;fted that she is now discharging un.
der a public store order. my23
L ANTED, to go a short distance into the country,
Sa LAUNDRESS. who understands her business.
Apply at No 5 Waverley Place. my22 tf
EMOVAL.-F. J. CONANT & CO. have removed
S their Wholesale Clothing Warehouse to 81 Cedar
street, upstairs, between Broadway and Nassau -t. my17
OHN LORIMER GRAHAM, Counsellor at Law,
has removed- his offices to No.49 Wall et. my 162w
GRAHAM, NOYES & MARTIN, Counsellors and
W Attorneys at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, have
removed their offices to the building of the North American
Trust and Banking Company, (late United States Bank,)
No 49 Wall street, myl6 2w
% RAHAM, WOOD & POWERS, Counsellors and
I Attorneys at Law, have removed their offices to the
building ol the North American Trust and Banking Com-
pany, (late United States Bank,) No. 49 Wall street.
myl6 2w
i OTICE -CHARLES SPENCER having been ie.
Moved from the office of Cashier ofthe PhcenixBranch
Bank at Litchfield, Ct., all persons are hereby cautioned
against] receiving or negotiating any checks, drafts, notes
or:bills of Exchange, drawn or enorosed by him.
my25 is3t* eG. C WOODRUFF, Agent.
'fIHE Stockholders of the LEATHER MANUFAC.
-U TUREBS' BANK are hereby notified that the'An.
nual Election for Directors, and also for Inspectors of'the
ntxt Election, will be held at the Banking Rooms on Mon.
day, the third day of June ensuing; to commence at 12
o'clock and close at 2 o'clock.
E. PLATr, Jr, Cashier.
New York, May 16, 1839. myl5 jel
8IVjDEND:-TI Board of Directors of the HOW.
l7 ABD INSUR! iCE COMPANY have this day
declareJ a dividend ot Eight per cent. on the new capital,
payable on and after the 3d June next.
my23 Im LEWIS PHILLIPS. Secretary.
mentor Twenty Dollars per Share, with interest
from e1st February, on Stock in the American Exchange
Bank. is made payable on 4th June next.
By order of the Dih sectors,
JOHN J. FISK, Cashier.
New York, May 23, 1839. my23 till Je4
Office, No. 56 Wall street.
IVIDEND-A Dividend of Ten per cent is declared,
9J payable on the 1st June next. The Transfer Books
will be closed on the22d instant. By order,
myl7 lm T. BULL, Jr. Secretary.
April 30, 1839.
r HE Piesident and Directors have this day declared a
dividend of FOUR per cent. on the capital stock for the last
six months, which will be paid to the stockholders on and
after the 10th May. The transfer books will be closed
from the e1st to 10th May, inclusive.
By order of the board,
myl Im R. WITHERS, Cashier.
i CITY OF NEW YORK. having had the sum of
Five Millions of Dollars subscribed, hereby give further
notice that the Books, for the further subscription ot Five
Millions of Dollars, to the capite I ntock of said instiudon
will be open at No. 65j Wall street, from 10 o'clock A.
M., till 3 o'clock P. M. of each day, uin ii such further
subscription shall be made, when the Books will be closed
-unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Directors ;
the whole amount of the capital being Twenty Millions of
Dollars, divided into shares of twenty, five dollars each.
Payment of subscript ons for the cap tal stock, will be
received in cash, State stocks, or such o 'Ier stocks as the
Comptroller may be authorized to receive in deposit for
bills under the General Banking Law, and tonds secured
by mortgage on improved, unencumbered, real estate in
the United States. Copies of the Articles of Association,
appraisal papers, and further information may be obtained
upon application as above. A. C. DEMERITT,
ap17 tf President.
b OO May 18, 1839.
M IVIDEND.-The President and Directors have this
day declared a dividend of five per cent on the renewed
capital stock for the last six months ending, let instant,
and also a surplus dividend of three per cent, payable on
and aitei the first day of June next. The Tran-fer Books
will be closed Irom 23J instant, until the first day of June.
By order,
my20 lm A. B. McDONALD, Secretary.
I H-E Annual ElectionforDirector. o1 the UNITED
be held at the office of the company, No 55 Wall street,
on Monday, the 3d day of June next.
The Poll will open at 12 o'clock and close at 1 o'clock.
JAMES WILKIE. Secretary.
New York, May 20, 1839 my20 c* 3
HE Stockholders are hereby notified that the an.
nual Election for Directors will be held at the Bank on
Tuesday, the 4th day of June next, between the hours of
eleven and one o'clock.
Bv order of 'he Board,
0. A. WORTH, Cashier.
New York, May 13, 1839. myl3 tje4

Office No. 67 Wall street.
A 9th May, 1889.
T an election held at the office of' the Company, on
the 7th Inst., the following gentlemen were re.elected
unanimously aa Directors of the Company for the ensu-
ing year:
Messrs-Henry Rankin Robert Lenox
George Jjhnston Robert Maitland
David S Kennedy John Johnston
ICharles March William Colgate
Gardiner GHowland Robert Dyson
Henry Brevooit,jr John Van Nostrand
Francis Burritt.
SAt a subsequent meeting of the Directors of the Com-
pany, held on the 8th instant, HENRY RANKIN, Esq.
was unanimously re.elected President for the ensuing
This Company will i.surs against loss or damage by
Fire, Dwelling Houses, Warehouses, and other Build-
ings, Merchandize, Ships in port and their cargoes,
Household Furniture, and every description of Personal
All losses sustained by them will be ntojuet4 with jihe.
reality, and promptly settled.
mylO 4w 2wis Secretary.

liam street, one door south of Wall.
At an annual Election, holden at the office of the Corn.
pany, on the 13th instant, the following gentlemen were
unanimously elected Directors of this Institution, for the
year ensuing, viz:
James McBride, John Moorhead,
AbnerWeyman, Robert J. Lillon,
Jorn R. Peters, Thomas Nesmith,
John D. Lawrence, Thomas Suffersi
Joseph Kernochan, James Browen,
George Coggeshall, John Brouwer,
John G. Hicks, R. H. Osgood,
Campbell P. White, Robert4lyson,:
Henry W. Hills, William Mandeville,
Hamilton Murray, Jonn Johnston,
I Joseph Kiesam. ;
And at a subsequent meeting o: said Directors, WIL.
LIAM MANDEVILLE was unanimously elected Pre.
sidentof said Company for the:year ensuing.
The Company still.contlnues their business of Insuring
upon Buildings, Go6ods, and Merchand.ze from loss or
damage by Fire 64LD S. SILLIMAN, Secretary.
New York, May 16th, 1839. myl 17 1-n
T HE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Cor.
poraton will be held at the office of the Treasurer thereof,
in Joy's buildings, Boston, on Wednesday,June 5th, 1839,
at 12 o'clock, noon, for the election of Directors for the
year ensuing, and for the transaction of such other busi-
ness as m iy be brought before them.
By order of the Directors,
Boston, May 15, 1839.
The Transfer Books in the New York Office will be clo-
-Adon Saturday, June 1st, and re open on Thursday. June
C, 1889. W. C. WOOLSEY,
my16 tje5 Transfer Office.

. PANY, No. 44 Wall street, make Marine and Fire
Insurance, at the same rates as the other Insurance Offices
of this city, and the entire profits are shared by the in.


CARD.-MRS. EDWARDS (formerly Miss M.
Oram) informs he, friends and the public generally, that
she has opened a Boarding and Day School, at No. 1 Al-
bany street, corner of GreenRich street, and is now ready
to receive pupils.
The course of instruction will Include all the branches
of the French and English languages necessary for a fe-
male education, and for which, the best masters will be
References-Mrs. J. Waddineton, Mrs. Dr. Van Rens-
selaer. Rev. Dr. Milnor, Rev. Dr. Wainwright, Rev. Dr.
Terms made known on application to the school.
myl5 2m is litos
SNo. 410 Houston st., near Broa'way.
R. & MBS. BAILEY would inform their friendss
and the public, that their Summer Term will commence
the 8&h day of May next. Great attention is devoted In the
Institution, to Elocution, Grammar, Arithmetic and Ma.
themnatics, History. Writing, Composition and Music. The
whole school attend daily to the French Language, under
the instruction of a Parisian Lady, whoresides in the fa.
mily. The number of scholar is limited to fifty. One
competent Teacher to every eight prten pupils.
ap29 6wis
LADIES, at JAMAICA, Long Island, within a few mi.
nutes walk of tha Railroad Depot, pleasantly situated on
the Rockaway Turnpike.
MRS. MACRAE begs to acquaint parents and
guardians, that she will open a select school of the above
description on the 15th May next. Pupils will be admit.
ted at any period alter the above date quarterly.
Mad. Depau, J G Cotter, Esq,
Mrs:Miles Smith, S. M. Fox, Esq.
Rev Dr Milnor, John Beeckiran, Esq.
Rev Dr Wainwright, Washineton Coster. Esq.
Rev Dr Skinner, Mortimer Livingston, Lsq,
Dr Neilson. Edw. Thebaud, Esq,
I W Francis, N D, A B Cox, Eiq.
Fredk. A Tracey, Esq. Henry Beeckman, Esq,
New York, April 30, 18 19. myl lm
LADIES, 113 Bleecker street.
MRS. A. P CURTIS respectfully informs her friends,
that the Summer Term in her School, commences on the
10th inst. my4 2aw4w

(Office of the "New-York American,")
No. 18 NEw STREET, N. Y.
All Orders executed with neatness and punctuality, and
on moderate terms.
Chancery Bills and other Law work carefully printed
A. BARMORE & CO. 622 Greenwich street.
Has on hand a large supply of this superior article, and
will supply
in any quantities, and at the shortest notice.
N. B.-AIl orders for the above Ice, will be received at
T DOWNING'S, 5 Broad street, where the article canbe
seen. my6 6m
R OOMS-furnished or tniurnished, can be obtained at
119 Cedar street, west of Broadway-with breakfast
and tea, if desired. Terms moderate. Apply as above.
S or two gentlemen and their wives, or several single
gentlemen, can be accommodated withfurnished bedrooms
and a parlour, or parlours, pleasantly situated at Jersey
City, with or without board-by applying to MRS. BAR-
BER, Washineton street, Jersey City. my22 Iw*
HOUS i; '10 LET in the 3d Avenue, between
f 19th and 20th streets. To a respectable family it
i will be rented low. Apply to
J .n my23 SYLVES'TER & CO. 156 Broadway.
STO LET, from the pro eent time to the first of
October next to a small Ifamily, the marble home
No714 Broadway, with the use of the furniture,
which is of the most elegant description. Apply
to JOHN M. BIXBY, Attorney at Law, 27 Beekmaen t.,
N.Y. my22 tf
The Mansion of the late Chancellor Sanford,
with the adjacent around, at Flushing, Long
Island, will shortly be offered for sale. The
house, built of brick and marble, is not sur-
passed by any private residence in the country, in
point of extent and convenience, and in the durability ar.d
bea ty of its structure. It can now be thoroughly exa-
mined by persons desirous to purchase.
The woods adjoining the mansion may be easily con-
verted into a spacious park. The situation is, in all Ie.
aspects, eligible, being in a healthy location-within e&ht
miles lrom the city-the site elevated, and with a coi
manding prospect, and the neighborhood embellished
with delightful country seats, in the highest state ofculti.
As it is presumed that the premises will be examined
by persons desirous to purchase, no farther description of
the property is deemed nectssary.- my22 tf
The subscriber intending to go abroad, offers
for sale, his residence near the Beach, with the
grounds around the Mansion House and out offi-
ces, in all from 44o 6 acres, and more if required.
'1 he grounds are highly improved with shrubberies, and
the laws is scattered with trees of a proper growth to
render tie whole, beautifully ornamental.
The house has rooms sufficient to accommodate a large
family. This place has no superior, if an equal in New.
port lor locality, and the good taste displayed in laying
out the grounds,the whole having been under the exclusive
di-rection of a first rate English gardener. For parti.
eular. apply to J. M. Bixby, Esq, Attorney at Law.
New York, or to the proprietor.
FOR SALE OR TO LEASE, Ko 555 Broad--
way-The highly finished modern three story
ji!I brick House and Lot, 2$ feet front and rear, by
I *I 200 feet deep, with two story brick stable on the
rear(on Crosby street.) The house was built by days'
work, of the beet materials, and is replete with all the re-
cent improvements, and conveniences. A large amount
of the purchase money may remain on bond and mort.
gage for a term of years. "For further particulars, &c,
apply to Mr N. JARVIS, No 153 Mulberry street, or at
the sales room of the subscribers.
WILKINS, ROLLINS & CO. Auctioneers,
m>y8 dtf 17 Broad st.

TO LET-The upper part of an elegant two
ASe story dwelling house, a short distance above Ca-
rIE nal street, to a small family. One without child.
l nren would be preferred. For further particulatis
apply, with unexceptionable references, to
mylltf L. SHERMAN, 142 Fulton st.
FOR SALE-A splendid country seat in the
Highlands, on the Hudson River. That beautiful
Residence known by the name of the BEVERLY
i-E FARM, containing four hundred acres of land,
about two hundred of which is file level arable soil, of an
e rcellent Quality, in a good state of cultivation, and not
surpassed by any on the liver for fertility-the remainder
is fine and thrifty timber lard. The situation is the most
eligible on the Huds >n, extending one mile and a half on
he river, with a bold shore and convenient dock, being
nearly opposite West Point and within fifty miles of New
York. The prospect is extensive and diver.ifled, leach-
ing from St. Anthony 'a Peak on ths south, to the bay and
city of Newburgh oin the north This estate can conve.
niettly be divided into three farms, giving an equal pro.
portints of font on the river, and of arable and timber
lane to each. Almost every enclosure is supodied with
living springs of tne VpUr... ,pr. There is on said es.
tate a plain house, (formerly the heau, ir ...r ooai
Arnold.) likewise, out houses necessary to carry on the
business of the larm. The single fact, that during the
whole time the cholera raged throughout the State, not one
case occurred within ten miles of this place, is sufficient to
prove the unrivalled salubrity of the situation. The facil-
ities of intercourse with the city, that can be reached in four
hours by means of numerous steamboats, are great and
daily increasing, both as regards pleasure, andthe con.
venienceof a near market for produce of every description.
Rich in historical associations,connected with the glorious
struggle for our Independence, the Beverly estate presents
to gentlemen o' taste and leisure th9 rare opportunity of
selecting one of the most charming and p.cturesque coun-
try seat in the State.
For conditions of sale, apply to STFPHEV A. HAL-
SEY, Esq, 189 Water street, or RICHARD D. ARDEN,
on the adjoinine farm. my20 2wls
-L- containing about 280 acres, pait of which is
IiBM under good cultivation, and the rest in woods.-
,H It includes a very large barn, a comfortable
dwelling, and sufficient out buildings. It contains a
never failing pond of water, an inexhaustible peat bed
near the dwellinrg, about 12 acres of first ate apple trees,
a variety of pear trees, and other fruits, besides an abun.
dance of locust trees. There are now growing on the
farm, wheat, rye, oats, and about 76 acres of grass. It is
situate 4j miles from Hicksville, the present termination
of the Long Island Railroad, which, it is expected, will
be extended through this faim. The farm is in Queen's
court ty, and on the dividing lift between that county and
Suffolk. One of the corners of this tract lies within a mile
arid a half of Cold Spring, a flourishing village, to which a
steamer makes regular trips from New York. It is mid.
way between Cyster Bay and Huntington. Itwill be sold
with or without the stock and utensils. For terms, apply
my24 4t 22 Broad street, New York.

f W LET-Thelarge Basement Room,At presentdivid-
1. edinto two apartments, under the Bank of the Del
Aware and Hudson Canal Co. at the corner of William and
Pine streets. Also. a Room on the floor ofthte same build
ng Inquire at the Bank. f16 tf

GEORGE B. ROLLINS. Auctioneer.
(Sales Boom No. 17 Jbroad street.) .
S W. B. & Co. have made arrangements in addition
to their sales of Real Estate, at public and private sale, io
attend to sales of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, cargoes
of Mahogany. Groceries, &c. &c. and to t.ansact a general
Auction and Commission business.
IV. R. &A Co. have opened a REGISTER for the dispo5
sition ofprdprmy at PRIVATE SALE.
Chancery Sale-At 12 o'clock at their splas room, 17
Broad street, under the direction of Daniel Ullman, saq.,
lasterin Char.cery, all that certain lot, pece, or parcel of
ground, with the building thereon erected, situate, lying
and being in the present 15th Ward of theCity of New
York, known as No. Bond street.
Also-All that certain lot, piece or parcel-of ground with
the building thereon erected, situate, lying, and being in
the present 15th Ward of the City of New York, known am
No. Bonaa stieet.
Also-All that certain lot, piece, or parcel of gro, nd with
the building thereon erected, situate, lying and being in
the present 15th Ward of the City ofew York, known
as No.--Bond street.
At 12 o'clock, attheir sales room, 17 Broad aneet.
Chancery Sale-Under the direction of Frederink De.,
peyster, Esq, Master in Chancery-All that certain lease.
hold property, described a folloeosa-all that certain lot or
piece of ground, part and parcel of the farm or piece of
and in the 8th (late Seventh) ward of the city ol Ne W
Y e*, known as No 223 King .t.
Alsfo,all that certainother lot known on the said map of
the said farm by the number 24, being in wil' h on each
side 25 ftt, and In length on each side 100 feet, with the
buildings and appurtenances, as more fully set rorth in an.
advertisement signed.F DePeyster, Master in Chancery.
Chancery Sale--Under the direction of Frederick De
Peyster, Esq, Master In chancery. I
All that certain lot or piece of ground part and parcel of
the farm or piece of land in the 8th (late Seventh) ward, of
the city ofNew York, and known and distingni.hed in and
by a map of said farm, lately made by Stepnen Ludlum,
one ofthesworn surveyors of the city tf New York, by
numbers three hundred and twenty six.
At 12 o'clock, at the Hotel of Henry Van Cott, in the vil,-
lage of Jamaica, L. I
'Chancery Sale-Under the direction of Stephen Cam-
breleng, Eas, master in cbancery-AJl those certain lots
of ground situate, lying and being in the village of Jama.
ica, in the county of Queens, L. L known on a certain
map made by Charles Loss, City Surveyor, in the city of
New York, as Nos 123 to 148, inclusive.
For particulars, see advertisement signed Stephen Cam.
breleng, master in chancery.
CHANCER) SALE-Under the direction of Thomas
Addis Emmet, Master in Chaneery-All i hose two certain
lots, pieces or parcels of ground situate, lying and being
between the second and third avenues, on the south side
of 6th street, known and distinguished on a map showing
a division of a part of the real estate of the late Nicholas
W Sluyvesant, deceased, among his heirs, in the 17th
[late 11th] ward ofthis city, as NOs 562 and 63. For fur-
ther particulars see advertisement signed T A Emmet,
Master iu Chancery.

L. M. HOFFMAN, Auctlonar.
BY L. 1M. HOFFi AN &' CO.
Store corner of Wall and Fronttir..-
L. M. Hoffman & Co. will give their attention to Irvyra
ture Sales
At of 11 o'clock In front of their auction room,
Wines, &c.-55 hds St Julien Claret and Vin de G, ave;
100 hfpipes and qr casks Roubsillon; 125 qr casks and hf
ppes Port; 60 do Catalonia do; 200 qr casks and Indian bhis
Madeira; 12 hds and 12 butsand 65 qr casks pale and gold
Sherry, superior quality, vintage of 1825; 200 quar casks
Port. The above were all imported by Messers John G &
E Boker.
Tens-GO chests young hyson tea, s do byson do, U0do
hyson skin tea
t.40 half chests cheap souchong, 50 do orange pecc, 12
boxes manufactured tobacco, 25 hf pipes Bordeatax bran.
dy, 69 boxes brown Hay sugar slightly damaged
Marble-2 o'clock, on Mat ket street slip, 29 biocks gold
veined Italiarn. marble, 1 do statuary do, cargo of brg
At 11 o'clock, in fiont of their Store.
Sheep Skins-S-00 South American
S 'At 11 olk, in front of their Store,
Indigo-25 cases Manilla Indigo
Steamboat Echo.-At 1 o'clock at the M E, to close a
concern, the steamboat Echo, built in 1838, 117 feet long,
15 feet beam, 7 feet hold, drawing 3 feet water, with con.
densming horizontal engine, built by the West Point Foun.
dry Associati n. This boat hai run but one season on the
ferry between Fort Lee and New York, carries a large
number cf passengers, and her speed -is equal to that of
any ofthe small boats of this port. For fu, cher particu-
lars, apply to Wm Kemble, 91 Washington street, or Her-
bert Lawrence. 785 Water at.
At 11 o'clock, at the Merchants' Exchange.
Brig George Washington, 166 tons burthen, well found
in sails, rigging, &c, and can be sent to sa at a irifling
FRIDAY, May hi,
At 10 o'clock, at the PooeLix Sales Room.
'Fresh Teas -Thecargo of the barqne Tremnon, consist-
ing of Hyson, Young Hyson, Hyvotn Skin, Imperial, Gun.
powder' souchong and pecco, in the usual variety of
packages. Tne abovy cargo has keen carefully selected
and contains a large proportion of fine qualities Catalo.
guess arid samples will be ready the day previousw.
Mshogany.-.At 2 o'clock at Martin's yard, Z R, 190
logs St Domingo mahogany, cargo of the schr Enrerprize.

WALDEN PELL, Auctioneer.
MY D V.. & W, PELL.
Store No.87 Wallstrest
D C & W Pll will give' particular attention to sales of
household furniture.
Wine, Oil, &c, cargo of ship Valiant, from Marseilles
consisting of 200 casks Sauterne wine; 400 do Claret wine;
600qr casks Port; 70 half pipes Roussillon, 900 qr casks
Madelra, 200 Indian his do; 80 do Muscat; 120)0 cases do;
1100 do claret; 1000 baskets oil; 200 bales nuts; 150. bales
almonds; 200 cases soap; 200 cases olives;y 10 do olives;
150 do caper,.; 100 do as'd pickles: 300 anchovies,
Also, 200 cases soap, 33 casks verdigris, 7 do tart acid
Tea-26 half cheest young hyson tea, I iron chest
At 12 o'clock in front of the store,
Copper, Lead, Iron, Iron Pipes, &c.-A quantity of
sheet lead and old copper, a square copper boiler ef 1000
gallons, 3 copper sauce pans, I copper cooler, 3 sets har-
ness nearly nuw, I double mahogany desk, 2.iron chests,
one large and one small, 2 small iron boilers, copper and
iron pipe, &c, a quantity of iron cast and wrought.
Mal'ogany and Cedar..At 3 o'clock at Duryee's wharf,
Z R, 100 logs superior Mansanilla Mahogany, cargo of
brig Pearl, from Mansanifli. Also, 42 logs cedar.
S At of 11 o'clock in froat of the store,
London Pale Ale--0 hhds. superior&London pale ale, in
quarts, landing from ship Osceola "
Medeira Wine-64 qr casks superior Madeira.
TUESDAY, 4th June.
Black and Gold and Whte Veined Marble -At 3 o'clock
on Judd's wharf, ER, the cargo of the brig HelenMcLeod,
consisting of splendid veined black iand gold, white and
bardlio Italian marble of desirable sizes. Terme, mos.
lor:suas over $100 approved endorsed notes
Sale of Wines, Brandy, Whiskey, &c-12 o'clock, at
the stores of Messrs Rogan & Miln,No 94 Beekman st,
50 hhda 0 qr casks and 200 indian bbls superior old Pale
Sherry wine, vaiimosbrands; 20 pipes 6 0 hhds and 100 qr
casks fine Madeia, per bigs Odessa and Mexico; l10pipe -
o hhds and 40 qr casks old Lot don Port; 300 baskets first
quality Cbampagie;-200 cases superior Mizgaux, Medoc
and 8 Jollen Clare".just arrived per Juniua and Havana;*
50 half pipes Bordeaux and Rochelle Brandy, various
brands ; 10 punch. old Irish whiskey. The above are all
entitled to debenture, being direct importaitons.

tore, 196 Broadway.
At 7) o'clock, at the auction room.
A large assortment of New and Miscellaieons Books,
together with a valuable collection n from a private library.
Blank Books- Also, an extensive assortment of superior
made Blank Books, of every variety and size, including
Pocket Memorandom's, with loops, tucks, clasps, strings,
English StatloneryAlso, an invoice of Fancy Station,
ery, direct from an importer.
Full particulars in catalogues on day of ale.
At 4 o'clock.
Law Library--A valuable Law library, comprising,
among other valuable Reports Warnell's, Johnson's,
Cowe.'s, Peiges Chancery, Petersdor's Abridgment, &c.
Particulars hereafter.
- At 4 o'clock, at their auction room.
ceivad from London, together with the Valuable Private
Library of the late James T Watson, and also the dupli-
cate volumes of the Library of the New York HISTORI.
CAL SOCIETY, including many rare and valuable
Works relating to America.
Among them are, the Musee Francaise, the whole
works wih the Supplement, 6 volumes, imperial size.
The supplement contains 604 line engravings and 15 vig-.
nettes. fine proof impressions.. This complete work Is
published at 11,520 francs. Taylor & Cressy's Architec.
tural Antiquities of Rome, 2 volumes in 1. Rogers'
Imitations of the old Masters, 2 vols, morocco. Came,
ron's Baths of the Romans, 100 plates. Aristotle'sworks,
4 volumes, half Russia. Foli Synopsis Criticorum. five
volumes, best edit. Bayle's Dictionary, 5 vole, i Russia,
best edition. Hogarth's Works, atlas size, hall Russia.
Hargrave's Colicction of tate Trials, 11 vole. Rapin &
Tindal's History of England, 5 vole, with beads, monu.
ments and maps.
D'Oyley & Mant's Bible. 3 volas Pinkartrsnn' V e.....a

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'jOR SALE at the Foreign and Classical Bookstore INZW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS
2 O4Broadway- iq, -L"- S
Bernard- Jeu~tBl-e~ fie-, -voi-60,'cts"~- '-1 8 V H
Berqluin-Oeuv.rea Completfta. 4 vil, 8v, ,$6; bound.
gm All of hiai sold, sod .reu a-- ....@aa
Bor-A 11iy-ncfh alet~e'oL'dparat, -- To s-T aih fr m New York on the 25th, and Liverpool on
Boen.lly--nncoiraoeini .la.Jeuneaae. 1 il,$1.25: i r rhmn'n '
eutese 2vM-$.2:the I101h oreach mnitth.'
teE- a ma tille., 2ol, $$1,25; Conies e-drtsant Ehcaq.
ores Jma i,,2C es outa aux Enfams IFROM NEW YORK.
eV,,ance, 2vol, $1 2.- L es~tennes Fememes v rol. $l, ;
$.~e.'.inme,2vtol,8&missyou, $1,51; Caeusie 2rol, $1,25; 'i.nhlp SHERIDAN. Capt. Aug. F. Depeyster, 2.5th May.
inves res pki't inis Ames, o eeol, $1,5o; Causeries d'un h
lciit 1 vdr, AlaCts ;ptlatns, 2vol $1.2 ShiGARRICK, Capt.;A S.oPalmer, 25th June.
,i lw ll doL s;cttrs ,Mlesvol. eciipi ona, 2 vol,$1.2 Nw ship ROSCI VS.Vapt. Jobhi Collis,26th July.
DefLaid eiert-Teoralevde el.-soire, 2 Vi. 4 Ship SIDDONS, Cap t N. B Palmer. 25thAugust.
Def~uOnport--Trfitdadel'H'stoire, 2 vol, 42- -Vit M LIVERPOOL.
De.saiyers-Aventurcs do Jean Paul 4'hoppart, vol, New ship ROSCIUS, 13th May.
ta 11 I -
Mmn, Cottin-Elisabeth,,I voil, 44 ctsa; Mansfield, 3 vol., Ship SIDDONS, 13th Jutne.
). $1,E8. "Ship SHERIDAN, 13th July.
bMis sEdgewornlith -E lucationn familiere,2 vol, $1,25. Ship GARRICK, 13th August.
ioni an-Fibid, I Vol. 11 erta ; Guillaunme Tell, I fol These ships are atl of thie first class, upwards of
30 ets; N,,n'vells, I Vol 87 ct; Ddn aQuichotte, 8 vol, $t, 14100 tons,builtinthecityofF?'ew York,with such improve-
is; Gonzalve. 1 yol, I$1. ment as combine great speed with unusual comfort for
Fenelo--Eduoation des Filles, 31j cts; Telemaque,68 passengers. Every care has been taken in the arranee-
cents. ment. of their accommodations., The price of passage,
Fleouy--Hiqtolre d'An'gleterrs, I vol,'$1 ; Histoire Ro- hencb is $140, for which ample stores, including wine,
maine, $i; Hastoie di, '1' Amerique, 75 cra; Myth6lqgie, &c,, will be provided. These ships -will be commarlde'd
75 etns; Morceaux Cholsis, 1 Vol, 76 te. by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to
Mmt. Guzpt-Les rfihe; 2 'ol' $1,7o; L'Ecolier, 8 give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners
Vol, $2;50. '- of these ships will be accountable for any letters, parcels
Gaulet-i-L.cturrsaGracuces, 3 vol. $2. or packages sent by them, unleoS regular bills of lading
Lafontaine--Fables, 1 el,, S t90altes, I vole 75 are signed therefore. Forfreight or ptissage, apply to
nts Lafoalne-Fable 1 vol, K. (iLLINS & CO. South st. New York, orto
SLevi--E .ulsse ,nsHtoliues, vol. 1. WM. &JAgR BROWN & CO., Liverpool.;
MarmoteI-Contes Morqux v'ol $2,75; oelltllre, Letters by the packets will be charged 121 cents per sin.
Mamoie-CneaMoa' or ,27;Blatr. ,iie ~etnruc n sp-apaner I cent each.
vol, 63 cts; Les Incas, 2 vo;,61 25; Morale en Action, gle sheet, 50 cents per ounce, and newspapers 1 centeach.
vol 371 ca. my'20
rremn-leiree (Mlle) IaVachenoirea I vol,50cts,V V FOR NEW ORLEANS.
rie, ou lajeune ArtititV1,61' 50, &p', Ca ,
Mmue. Voiart and T.asu-Les .aftnrs a Valad' a
A ndlau, 4-1,11, $2. aniHH&mu .", .- 'J-
n ime. Waldok-Auguaste, ousoleChoixd'ufl Etat.I1 vol, Louigiana and New York Line of Packets.
Oeta. .ilii. (To sail every Saturday.)

,XOMAT0.. PELLS.-The orrg1rzl and gentimeare ,,n
B- ly prepared by'Dr. Miles, who from a long series o
a r ful 3xperimenu succeeded- In dbtainig this valuable
ax tract, anA so combinlig it wrtq certain adjuncts as to
onstitute as-ilvitala db'e sdtbatits fo" calomel.
dyspepsia;, a'eWih'of the liter, c insumption of the
,,,wdls, sick headache, lrre'lrlayities in'the secretions,
and in a multitude of cbmplalnte arlsing therefrom, this
mnodicine has not it superior. A trial merely isa requested
,o test its merits and a y e' resorted to with perfect r.on-
fldence:and safety." .' "I
*** Applicaktien foe agencies, or for the purchase of this
medicine by whalettde, may he made ti '
GODDA&D & UTLEKI, S G.ld street.
S """ i' : General Agents
Put up Inboxeio 2, 2 ard'5cents each.
t3- Sold alse at retail by NZ C. S1hcum', 363 Broadway;
"'ilard & Ddllue, 2 Park row ahd 583 Broadway ; Tho-
ma T. Green, 349 Broadway; J- Mllhau,'183 Broadway;
George D. Coggeshall, 421 Pearl, cor. Rode sireet; Adanm-
son & Oliff,9 Bowery in4499 Brdadway; John D. Dodd,
643 and 771 Briadway; H; A Green, cor. ofRivlngton and
Clinton stre`ets;'J.- J.C Ooddington.'227T Hludson, corner
of Spring street;' Dr.'W. Mqtphvy; 228 DivisioR street;
and Rushion & Asplnwall, Ie 'Broaaway, and 1 Astor
House jI2
0 RRIS TOOTH WASH.Pre 'arel frmin he horl int
receipt only by DANIEL GODDARD, No. 8 Gold
street, New York.'
The Orris Tooth Wasehs.tpmrely a egetablepre-paration.
possessing the properties of cleansing the teeth and mnouih,
restoring the gumsto a healthy state, and preventing aay
unpleasant taste or odour in the mouth, whether arising
from decayed teeth,,or from' a deranged state of the
Sound teeth and white teeth are the most valuable por-
tions of poor humanity, but how maiyy neglect the atten-
tion necessary for their preservation, even whenisurroun I.-
ed by all the means needed. Among these we know of
none more pleasant and effectual than the Orris toeth
Wash ;'it ceanses and whitens he teeth, strengthens the
gutns, purifies tha mouth,' ai'd sweetenqs the breath. We
recommend Its se to all, young and old."-[ BoutonPost.]
"The 'a Oirris Tooth Wash Is the best detergent we ever
used on our enamel.,"-.L-Boston .Taanscript.1]I
*To Tie PUBLICC --The; concufrent testimony of the nmost
eminent Deintstsan'd members of the medcal faculty in
eveiy part of the Union, Is United in favor, of the Orris
Tooth Wash* ." '
From Dr. Elea-cr tardley, Den-let.
I have used thIe" Orris Tooth Wash,'? and having veeo
made acquainted with these various articles of which it 's,
composed, feel great pleasureit-, lrecot nroeding it as an
agreeable, wholesome, and efficient watph for,the mouth.
No. It Park Place, NewYork, Jan. 1i133 .I.
Frqm N. Dodge, manufacturer of Imitation. Ineorruptiu.
le Teeth, and Surgeon Dentist, New York.
Gentlemen-I con dider your Orrisa Tooth Wash the
at in use. I wish to keep it constantly pn hand for the use
o patients; please saend me a supply .
122 Canal steet, New YToik, July 18, 13-. i
Jan.23 Signed N, DU,D(iOe.

PLASTI R.-Prepared for paIs er, weakness li tthe
breast, side, bask or limbs; also, for gout,.-rttumatism,
liver complaint, and dyspepsia; for coughs, eoklsd, stlfrma;
difficulty of breathing, oppression of the Ns#oc#4tct1,& 1 sey
will give immediate and soothing relief; aid for pleasant.
ness, safety, easeaand certainty, are dlecleodlvy superior to
most of the other remedies. Such persons-whoe business,
or avocations require that he should stand or sit much.or-
those of sedentary habits generally, .hok" be troubled
with pains In the side orbreawt, are advlhed t1ry one of
these beautiful.piasters, as they are sesent-ally' different
from all others, and atefreea from Ithose objections which-
are so reasonably made against plastet generallt d'
The proprietor has-had the pleltsure 'of- seliig 'ihem
daily forta number of years i this city ; nAntf the many
thousands who have used them, he has no 'heard of a so.
liMary complaint. They are paarbniled extendiwlely by- the
medical profession; and there Is not probably. aft I teIllI
gent physician inia Uth Uo.4-ate* -or-eurepe-that- wow'd-
hesitate to sanction them with his name oriafluence, when
madeacquainted with their composition. ,
Printed direutins accompany eash plaster, signed by
mein my own handwriting, to countefelit which will be
punished 'a forgery: Persons about buying them will
remember to ask6' ok AUK.A,)'! ""4%5)
PLASTZR, and.e.that they get it _direoritonlh -U l.gn.
ed. They areput jni mi .tnrh acrea o s -wbille.-tll
keep wiEh)ut ajui in any climate-and .rt LDefowt*ard-
ed to any part of the .UnitedStL M OT riB"teMrfCic, a#
per order, and a liberal dism.im nadae 4) t hos.ewo buy to
stll again., In comclpioilI have ourdyto add that Inatan.
ees are so numero la which the "soa salutary effects
have been produqe4.by uping tLaem, that; chay are recom-
mended with the most ntire confidence to all those who
are thus afflicted. -' .
They are sold in thise ciy at the foloWltig places only-
At the Bawery Metdcine store, 26 Bowety', a, *t rthe
Badeau Medicine store, 409 Bowery, corernf Sevewb t.a-,
nihb7 I Wt ...fW. BADEAU.: -'
S qyie.l FOUU- DtL -0oruwr of Johnb and Gold dl.'reeits
t -The sibec-ibar begs leave to inform the Printier.
hat he has purchased the ecertslve stabitsntept former
y beloinqin to- PELL 4 BROrHER ; and having fur
ni hed entirely new moadsr, an .eapg !yd workmen df th
,first aleant li the different departiMW.'ht is. now prepared
to execute orders with neatiess and despstch '.
His variety and style ol Typ e'lt Inferir to none in this
country In addition to these advaitannms; he Ilunther begs
leave to stare, that ch- metal useil, hea' ratlacinUattrB of
his Type is different from.in-lmhtodd iAh ay other Foundry I,
and he will warrant that it ib far mote'duirable and lighted;
hanthatin general A ( .. "" '-
In addition tot b. manuflietring of Type, he has made
arrangemnentsto ply the -1IraddwIth ll materials nece-,
mary for printing ffAlcef. ) ') I.. 1 i .. .
N B.-Editors aofcotury' paper giving a few.lain non
to this advqtisement, will baet allowed $3 In .ype, by. ta
king fourth iustleamdunt. .
SNew Yort, August 24th, 1338. 9 .
aii24 : .. 'THOMAS 6UiRuj.

U M PO;i PS G U NPO W MK.---uPariorSpo1%tine ami
other klnds, for slae-by Lhe subecribep, Also, EAsle
Gunpowder, in cannister, for Sporting. Dpoatvs ratie
Powder i8 warraPted cleaner, quicker add iroqe r than
Any other Sp6rting Powdeier, aaredohe imported..The dif-
ferent kinds of raele Powd t aip,all -9f h; a*me quality,
bha'! ;an-.faetured by the spiK nalm5""t
of equal purity ; they difl .ynl Ip (be l6se.1f,lhe grain.
Superfine Sportlg8 t. qP r la made 'of atewo he, te
largest grain, beIng, lat t y a-red Ib >1, wIth tars.
Also, Gunpowdei n kiv,9.arfntdof thearm qut lly
W the following kinds: -
F FF ana FlFT laed, FFF and FTF oCgh.1
Cannon or uipikot, o priming, or. ...
OP .. M F ". E :.; .... ..

These three last kinds art .ealoed Navy owdrs bei, -<
of tie quality manufactured fer eio United States Navy.-
Tney answer the beat for blowig rolk1, on account(&
then very greatatrehgr9. '... .
CASTAP ,p. 90 -084treet` 0
t3 No Powd ar Is waryat.4 gaenuime,, but u a Is
ourc askedd from ourl' agnts, 0o those wi9 are known tobe
suppliedbythem. 'O
.J. D.UPONT,'p.'
Wil m'ngtfon; D'. ,
60 terrines of various alzes, andi-n.perfct condition
Alsa, Mushroom.-, ..-. ,.
"vGreen Pease, Greanl Beans, Apragi, St.aWbrrlt*-
Peaches, Chorles, Rampberdee&a., a ta. variety of
Pates of Game, Ac. Just ratceidb the.lastairivanftenrom
France, by," i9 1 t k "lN MEG I
jail .. 8.9 o iO -
.Ik hAlLf t ROUll1ESl9I,;- tMl-;li ,EiY,Tea Uesl,
Sor and Grocer, 142 Greanwichbst fid'on hanTsupq-
riorloaf, lump andl ctished SU t9l8 Q rlbe artage;it
Sufar,,super0loBAroi.db ?oo bwn Havana
Sugar, totlih *isE'k O6 kIN, Z fGr6j !e a,
N. B. Families _p ?tih'hrpshGr .Du e r Uoods
sent to any partof ttiBh blV 1 tiaYCha orpoi'trag.

4j*\OVBD.NrMEr UOkliye,Al]W-TW&&a--
W 60bgB~ld Gitvarnmqi a4ofie -
6 Chests u. eartfrph, yiAols
20 do p Poyb4 ..... :'
100 ,to d4o S uch ,., I
'. 3 do d9 Poct .- i_
Forsalebvy A. BNINNGER & CO.-
mhl; ;.-:A41i Broadway

Shin MISSISSIPP, Bdebe, master, to sail 9th March.
'1 LOUISVILLE, Allen, -t4 16th "
SARATOGA, Hath way, 23d "
HUNTSVILLE,Eldridge," 30th *
New ship ,..a 6th April.
New ship '- 13'h "-
New ship 20th ,
Ship YAZOO,Trask, 27th "'
SHAKSPEARE, Cornell," 4th Mayb
'Thle above ships are all of tihe firsteclass, coppered and,
copper fastened, of a light draft of water, and built in-this
city expressly forth trade, with seleg nt accommodations
for passengers, and commanded by able apd experienced
masters. The price of passage from New York to NeW
Orleans is fixed at $80, analfrom 'New Orleans to New
Yorkiat $90, Wlthout liquors. They will at all times be
towed up ani down The Mibsissippi by steamboats and the
strictest punctuality observed In their time of sailing.
Neitherthe ownersor captains of these ships will oe re-
sponeible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or
plate ware, or for any letters, parccel orpackage sentby
or pu't on board ofthem, unless regular billsoflading are
taken for the same, and the value thereinexpressed. Al I]
goqde sent to thesubscriber, will be forwardedfree of'com-
mission. For freight or passage, apply to
i I.. E.K.COLLINS &.CO. 56 South at.
No; roodss received after Friday evening. mho
--On and after May 9th, the Steam-
r .. boat PASSAIC will make three
Q z.rips a day from New York to New-
ark, 4nd leaves,:t'llow ws
N:ew Yo'k ,! vNewaik.
SF4sot of Barclay at. Centre Wharf.
81 o'clock A M [ 61 o'cloe.k, A M
12 PM 1(;i "
1, : j 3 "
SOn Sundays thie PAISAIC will leave-
10o'clock, A M I 7j o'clock, A M
5i P M 3 P M
Faie 181 cents. Msy 7
The steamboats HOBOKEN and
PIONEER will ply constantly be-
tween Barclay street andt H-O6ofeii.
Then A Owl l4ave Canal siteet at the commence-
ment Of each hour and half hour, and Hoboke-n every in-
termediate luarterdurinethe day. myl0

C. lend after:the 1st day of May, the cars will Jeave
Walker r street anf'rua-arlem, from 6 o'c-oek A. M.to
o'clock P. M. in the following oider 6 o'clock A. M., 7, 8,
S, 9,9P, 10, 11, 12, 1 P, M., ana every half hour until 8
o'clock P.M. .'
Extra cars will be furnished, when required by parties,
at $5 a trip each way.
N -Passengers observing any neglect of duty or-in-
solentlanguage on the part of any one employed by the
Compay, are requested to make their complaints at .the
office, 77 Bowery. By order of the Committee,
mh49 J.S. WHIGAM. Suoerintendant.


Daily, Suudays ei eyeed,) at T 7m ockj A. M.
D from pier No. 2. North River. "-'-'
By 'steamboat INDEPENDENCE to South Amboy,
from thence to Bordentown, via Railroad. and from
tlent e in steamboat, and arrive In. Philadelphia at 2
o'clock, P.M "
Fare In the above line, $3. Forward Deck Passengers
to Phi ladelphia, $2 25. .
o'clock boat, via Railroad to Hightstown,fromthenc t o
Freehold bystages. Fare to Freehold,$160.
TRENTON LINE-By the 7 o'clock boat.Fars to
Trenton. $2. Forward deck passengers Lo Trenton,
$1 S.,
* "'< W r4.ZK.bUdtV*laflb Anfy J'n r -*- ^t-i-. 5
Breakfast and Dinner on board-Breakfast, 50 cents;
All Baggage attberlskofitsowner. mhl8
S'I1 H. RUSSELL & CO, 33 Pine at. have received-
L.j :by lae arrivals, and offer fori sale the |Ifllowing
spring gobds:,
Rich Dark Chintz Prints
Rich light fancy do
Black and white do
Black and white and fancy prir.ted.Muslins
SMouselline deLaine
SPrinted Quilitngs and Welts
Siotch Seersucker and checked Ginghams
P ink Chambrays .... ..-..
_Madass, Verona and Turkey red Hdkfs
SFancy Cotton Drillings .
SFancy and plain Linen Drillings
A trachan and SummerClloths
Mixed Erminets .
Worsted Tvnweprs Stuff* various kinds
'U lae, Laiisook, checked ant-CambricMuslins
0,erman motion Hosiery
Ftati-turh Diim ..ty ,
Marseilles-Quils94 024
Double Gten' a Cords, 27 inch
Molesklns and Beaverteens
White and Drab Satteens
.: Brocha black and fancy Shawls
7 4 a 8 4 Scotch Tartan do
Kilmarnock Bonnets
Umbrellas, 28 and '0 inch
ValenciaVestinegs, light and dark
Fancy woollear-CAsimere
Black do
% Vool dyed blackanaf green Cloths*
Fine and superfrie a8,so4ed coloured Cloths
Flushings, assorted colors
Pilot Cloths
Red Paddings. 3 4 a "-
1 nliaisas, various kinds
Canvass Paddlng a
Colt n*-inif.e. we

l --Th_.Snbscribers offer for sale, In ilot to suit pur-
chasers, and on favorable terms, a large assortment of
Wines, viz:' --e *
Ma4eira, in bitts, pipes, hhds, qr casks and barrels'
Do incasesof one dozen each, part very old a
choice -
Sherry, pale, brown and gold, in various packages
Do do do j do doIn gla'sn
SPort in pipes, hhds and qr cask-
S*Dd in cases ofone dozen, bottled at Oporto
StLucar Wine, Teaetifle and Canary .'-
Marseilles Madeira, sweet and dry- Malaga
*Mui4cat, in qr casks, barrels and boxes
," Pice Madeira", S'iIy-"o,'VTnFde rave .
8auterne, French Port, red and white Hermitage
W white and red Lisbon, Bucellas do
Itaaschino, Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials .
Sparkling Champaigne, of various brands, qtsa Endpc
Hock Wine, do do Splirkltag
Bordeaux and Marseilles Ciaret, jInlwood andiglasw
London Porter and Brown Stout, qts and pta
V 'Bartoa, Scotch and Englith Pale Al.4odo
Hatana and Prindipe Segara, of various brands,
i Wine, Porter and Claret Bottles, Corks do
.', Foreign and domestic Demijohn, different sizes
Sotehong and other Teas ,
Lofrand Lump Sugar, i boxe and barrels
StBiCrolx d9 -in barrels
Cantqn Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves
Marseiller and Burdeaux Salad Oil
Old Java and L./uyra Coffe .
Bunch Raisins, Almonds, Sperm Candles, different!izese
-Enflish Mustard, Hin whole, half and qr boxes
Olives, Capers, Sardines, &c. t.c.
I :' GRAC1E & CO. 20 Broadst.
Orders from other places will receive attention, and fe:
warded to any part of tbRe anlte,' Stales. fell
[" RINNELL MINTURN & UO.. i84Frontstres
S' '..havA f-r a i, I

-4 --- I


1e O1d Line of Packets for Liverpool will hereafter e
despatched in the following order, exceptingthat when the
sailing day fall.s on Sunday, the ship will sail on the suc-
ceeding day, viz f
From N. Fork. From Liverpool.
July19) Sept. 7
Nov.19 TheORPHUS-575tons-D.G.Baiey :Jan. 7
Mar.19) May 7
Dec. 1 The CAMBRIDGE-850 tons-Ira ja19
April I Birsley. May 19
Aug. 19 Oct. 7
Dec 19 The OXFORD-800tons-J.Rathbone. Feb. 7
Aprill9 .June 7
Rept. I.The NORTH AMERICA-610 tons rOct.^19
Jan. I' W'Feb. l9
May-i W.E. Hoxie. Junel9
Sept.l The EUROPE-618 tons- E. G. Mar- *Nov 7
Jan. 19sh sall.Mar. 7
May 19 shall. .July 7
Oct.~ ~ 1"Nov.19
Oct'. The COLUMBUS--663 tons-- B. No.19
Feb. Cr Oer. lar.19
June 1) Cropper. .July 19
Oct.19 The SOUTH AMERICA-616 tons--, Dec. 7
Feb. 19 W. C; Barstow. Api "
June19 Aug. 7
Mr. "-IThe ENGLAND-730 tons-B. L. ,Dec.19
Mar. l ,Waite. Aprill9
-July 1) Wai'. (Aug.19
These ships are all of the first class commanded by
men of character and experience, and are furnished with
stores of the best kind. Every attention will be paid to
passengers, to promote their comfort and convenience.-
The rate of passage outward is fixed by an understanding
with the proprietors ofihe other lines, at $140. including
wines, and stores ot every description, and $120 without.
Neither t&i c__ail. or wnerPf he a shk _pawiill be rt

them, unless regular bills of LadIng are signed ther-efor.
For freight or passage, apply to
S GOODRUM &CO., or- ou N
CH. MA'H ALL South st, N.Y.
apl6 and to BA-RING, BROTHERkUk CO, Liverpool.


Tosal:ll'tom New York and Liverpool In the following
order: Frm New York. From Liverpool.
M Aug 7 Sept 9.6
Ship INDEPENDENCE, A 7 | Sept 2
S Ezra Nye, Apr 7 May 25
ShipROSCOE Sep 7 Oct 25
Joe. C. Delano, I May 7 June 25
S 6,Oct 7 Nov'25
hIghpGEO. WASHINGTON, 1 Feb 7 Mablr '23
Hy. Holdredge, tJune7 July 25

ShipSHAKSPEARE, Nov7 Aug 25
Kdward Cornel Mar7 Dec 25
w uJuly7 Apr 26
These ships are all ot the first class, ab commanded,
with elegant accommodations for pasensers. The price
of passage from New York to Liverpoolis fixed at $i4'j ;
and from Liverpool to New York at 36 guineas, including
wines, stores and bedding. : I
Neither the capain nor owners will be responsible for
any letters, parcels, or packages. unless regular bills of
lading are signed therefore. Apply to
Agents, i 34 Fr'mnst, or
sela WILDEST, PICKERSGILL & 2O., Liverpno,
to sail ontbe l stp10thandl20th of ei s arymonth.

This Line o&f -packets, will hereafter bt composed o-
thefollowiship, which wiillasUcceeder oilitherin the
order in wmhtbry are named, sailing p 0nctually from
New York andPortsmouithon the 1st, 10th apd 20th, and
from L-ondon on the 7t. 17th and 27th of each month
as follows:
Frm iNew Yort. From Lond. & Porto.
Jan,< I, itFeb. 17Feb.20
May- ST.JAMES, 4 Sebor........ Sept. 1) ( Oct 17 Oct. 20
Jan. 20) (Mar.7 Mar.10
May20> GLADIATOR; Thb a Britto July 7 July 10
Sept.20) Nov. 7Nov.10
Feb. 10) Mar.27 Apr. I,
June18> QUEBEC F I. Hebard. July27 Aug.1
Oct. 10) Nov.27 Dec 1
Feb.20) Apr. 7 Anr 10
June20 WEL.LINGTON,!D.Chadwic EAug.7 Aug.10'
Oct. 20C D (Dec. 7Di -.JO
Mar.10' rApr.27 May 1,
July 10 SAMSON,'; Russell Sturges / Aug.27 Sept, .I
Nov.10, ,,Dec.27 Jan [
Apr. 1) & May 17 May20
Aug. 1 ONTARIO, Henry HuUletmSept.17 Sept.20
Dec. 1) .Jan. 17 Jan, 20
Tleseshipsare allofthe first class, about 600tonsoui
hen, and are commanded by qihle an4. experienced navi
gatora. Greatcare will be takenthatthe bedls, stores, &(.
are of the best description. The price of Cabin passage
snow fixedat $140l, outward, for each adult, which in|
eludes wines and liquors.,' Neither thie captains nor the
wnersofthese pici*-t's will he responsible for anyle -
tCvs, parcels, or paedagems dent by them, unlessregulat
4till of Lading aresigned tharefor. Applyto
selO 134 Frontst..N. Y

211:-i A A.3 nE .td

T6 salt from New-York on the lh, 16th, and 2g4th, a- id
from Havre I t, 8th, and 16th ofevery amonhth. '
Ft-m VNd.Ye-York. From Uavrt.
Marn 8) April 16
m1t 24). I Ship IOWA, (new) W.W. PelL Aug. 8
SOc t. 16 (Dec. 1


The proprietors of-the1 several Miinis of rackets *.-e-
tweeh New York and Liverpool, have arranged fortheir
satlingfrotii each port on the 1st, 7th, 18th, 19th and i,:th
of every month ; the ships tosucceed eachotberiuthefol-
Iwing order, viz;

1. .-20

co>1C a- "- m0

.. tO.,.. EO.,- tO--, t ^
4 a -.* e ..- 7 ;b-

o d elegant ao dtios fps e h

pricet tofp-sag from5 Cew or to 50 A .n rp oto, is fixed

a. o aa a aO

at$4 and fo Lepo to o t na

i nw sos bedding. etr t-e ap
ntsor Tshi s -or No m r-o, Eo o


a a at 0 a0a c a a a a

^- C- to to to -- C.. ^

lumbus Sot Amer1a, England Orpeu,)>* an Cm
Agent a fo si s Wa, Sheffild, -
,-' To & AN to iv erpool

and Gee. Wahnton,-oww^-o' w^
toc. {~-to to .-.- to.! to os- ot o- o-

Ia a aK2S.L a e
; i_>i bO is) to -' toc

to0 -5 o tC (a .5 ^to. 0"toCA--0'5 A -!- ^to
I These ships are alRofthe ftrst class, andahiy commands
ed, airh elegant accommodations for passengers. The
price ofpMsagefromNew York to Liverpool, is fixed
at $140, and from Liverpool to New YorK at 3S guineas,
inclzd ine' wines, stores and bedding. Neither the caji-
tainsor "owners will be responsible for any letters, par-
cels or packages, unless regular hilts of landing are
signed there or.
Agents for ships Oxford, North America, Europe, Co-
lumbus, South America, England, Orpheus, and Cam-
brid ,ge
GOODHUE &e CO. or 64 Southnl 51, N. York.
BARING, BROTHERS & CO. Liverpool.,
Agents for ships Westchtesier, Virginian, Sheffield, and
United States,
ROBERT KERMIT, 7.5 South st, New York.
T. & I. sAN eS & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ships Shakspesre, It dependence, Roscoe
and Gee. Washington,
134 Front at, New York.
WILDeS, PICKERSG[LL i CO. Liverpool.
Agents for ships Roscixos, Niddone, Sheridan, and
E.K.GCOLLINS & CO, o 6 South st N. York.
jelS WM. & JAS. BROWN &1 CO. Liverpool.

the date of this order, and lk case of his appearance, that
he cause his answer to the complainant's bill to be filed,
and a copy thereof to 1% served on the complain.
ant',& solicitor, within forty days after service of a
copy of said bill, and that in default thereof, said
bill of complaint may wbe taken as. confessed by
him. And it is further ordered that this order be
published within twenty days after the making thereof in
the S tate paper and in the New York American, a public
paper printed In the ce:ty of I'New York, in this State, for
eight weeks in succession iq each papjer, and once at least
In each week,but su: p -mrion hall not be necessary
in case a copy of this order shall be served on the said
Henry J. Knapp, such absent defendant, personally, at
least twenty days before the time prescribed for the ap.
pearance of said defendant.. ...
myl7law8w (A) Clerk.B
ITN PURSUANCE of an order of the Surrogate of the
Count'of New York, Notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims a-ainst William Falconer, late of
the City of New York, paint dealer, deceased, to present
the same witri the vouchers. thereof to the Pubscribers at
their place of business as executors, No 4 Wall street. In
the city of New York, on 6r before the first day of Decem-
ber next. .
Dated New York, 15th day of May, 1839.
myl6 law6m ExecutorL.

A T a Court of Chancery held for the State of New
York at the City of New York, on the thirteenth
day -ol May, one tiousafidl eight hundred aid thirty.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit. .
The President, Director and Cordpany of the North
River Bank of the City of New York vs. David Rogers,
'andSusan his wife, S muel D Rogers, and Frances his
wife., Robert-Lenox, John Jac'b Astor, John L Ireland,
The North American Insurance Company, ani William
Stevenson, Junior. I
It appearing by affidavit 1o the satisfaction ofthis Court,
and& which affidaviL as duly filed in this Court on the 8th
dayef April last,that the defendants, David Rogers, and
Susan his wife, reside out of this State, but are residents
,of St Croix, in the West Indian On motion of S G Ray.
moiI, ofcnunisel for the complainants, it is ordered that
the said David Rogers and Susan his wile, cause their ap.
pearance to be entered and notce thereot to be served on
the complainants,' aolicitor-within nine months from tire
date of th;re order; and in ease of their appearance that
they cause their answer totlre complainants' bill to be filed
and a copy thereof to ba setved.,o the complainants' soli-
.citors within forty days af ti service ofa copy of said bill;
andin default thereof taid bill may be taken as confessed
-by them; and it ias further ordbredthat within twenty days
the paid complailnantn catie this order to be published in
the $tate paper and lb the New York American ; anu that
said publication he continued in each of said papers at
least once in each week fori7 weeks in succession, or that
they cause a copy of this oilier to be personally served on

SIN pursuance ofan order of the Surrogate of the Coun-
It of New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons
havi g claims against Edwin Beach, late of the City of
New York, deceased, to presentthe same with thevouchg
era thereof to the subscriber, at herreaidence, No. 49 War,
ren street, or at the office of Burr & Benedict, No. 73 Nas.
ssu street, in the City of New York, on or before the
twentieth day of June next.
Dated New York, the thirteenth day of December, 1938,
dl4 law6m ELIZA BEACH, Administratrix.
sUtt-UAN'T to an oroer maaue oy the Surrogare 1f'
4 the city antid co'inty of New York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against the estate or St.
las Judson, late ot i e city of Newv York, deceased, to
pi esent the same, witn the vouchers thereof, at the office
of rierre Ogilvie Beebee, 4 Wall street, New York, or
or before the first Monday in October next.
Dated New York, March 26th, 1839.
MAR i ANN JUO)SON, Administratiix.
mh26 1 aw6m
1 Y order of Daniel P. Ingraham, Associate Judge o
the Court of Common Pleas, for the city and county
of New Yoirk, notice tis hereby given, pursuant to the pro.
visions of the statute authorizing atiarhhments against non.
resident debtors,that an attachment has issued against the
es:ateof Joseph W, Walker, a non-resident of the State
of New York, and that the same will besold for the pay.
ment of his debts, unless he appear and discharge such
attachment, according to law, within nine months from
tie first publication of this notice; and that the payment of
any debts due t him by residents of this State, and the
delivery to him or for his use, of any property within this
State belonging to him, and the transfer of any such pro.
perty by him, are forbidden by law, and are void. Dated
the Sth day of April, 1839.
SMITH B .ARKER, Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
apS law9m
A T a Courtof ;hadnceiy held loc the Scate of New
York at the city of New York, on the first day of
April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice ("ancellor of the
first circuit.
Daniel Russell, vs.o Christopher Keyes, William H.
Laune, and others, ames Maurice, Jr. Solicitor.
It appearing by affidavitto the satisfaction of this court
that William H. Launrie, one of the defendants in the
above entitled suit, resides out of this State, and within the
United States, to wit, in the District of Columb:e : on mo-
teoa of William H. Bulkley, Eequire, of counsel for the
complainant, it Is or',lered that the said William H.
Laune, cause his appearance to be entered, and notice
thereof to served on !he complainant's solicitor within four
months from the date of this order; and in case of ttis ap
pearance, that he cause his answer to the complainant'os
bill to be filed, and &,copy thereof to be served on the com-
plainant's solicitor within forty days after service of a co-
py of said bill; and in default thereof said bill of complaint
may be taken as confessed by him.
And it is further ordered, that the said complainant
within twenty days, cause this order to be published in
the State paper and in the newspaper printed in the city of
New York, called the New York American," and that
the said publication be continued at least once in each
week for eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a
copy of this order-to be personally served upon thesaid
William H Laune at least twenty days before the lime
prescribed for his appearance. Copy,
aptl law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
T a Court of Chancery held for the State of New
York, at the city of New York, oa the seventh
day of May, one thousand eight" hundred and thirty-
nine- i
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
John Greacen vs. Rufus Davenport, and Zialmon B.
Wakeman, and al.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court,
that the defendant, Zalmon B. W-k-mam, resides out
of this State, but is a resident of one of the United States,
to wit, of the State of Connecticut-on motion of Wil.
liam Inglis, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered,
that said Zalmon B Wakeman, cause his appearance to
be entered, a,,o notice thereof to be served on tl,.e com.
plainanta'ssolicitor within four months from the date of this
order, and in case of his appearance that ie cause his an-
swer to the complainant's bill to be file I, and a copy
thereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor with-
in forty days alter service of a copy of said bill, and in
default thereof said bill of complaint may be taken as
confessed by him : and it is further ordered, that within
twenty days the said complainant's cause this order to
be published in the State paper and in the New York Ame-
rican, and that the said publication be continued it. each
of the said papers at-Jeast once In each week for eight
weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of this or.
der to be personally served upon the said Zalmon B Wake-
mnan. at least twenty days before the time above prescri-
bed for his appearance,
(Copy.) JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk,
Win. Inglls. Solicitor. (A) myll law8w
A RT STREET-Notice is hereby given to all per
sons iLrterested, that the Commissioners duly ap.
pointed to perform certain duties relative to widening and
improving Art street, iathe lat15h and 17th wards of the city
of New York, have completed their report of estimate and
assessment, as well of the loss and damage sustained by
the owners of, and parties interested in, the lands and
premises required for the said widening and improving,
as of the benefit and advantage to the owners of' and
parties interested, in the lands and premises not re.
quired for the said widening and improving ; and
that the said commissioners have deposited a true
copy or transcript of the said report of estimate and
assessment in the premises in the clerk's office of
the City of New York for the inspection or whomso-
ever It may concern, and that objections thereto (if any)
muft, according to law, be made in writing to the
said commissioners, or either of them, within ten
days after the first publication of this notice. And
notice is hereby further given, that the said report
of estimate and assessment will be presented to the
Supreme Court of Judicature of the People of the
Stale uo New York, at the Uas-itol in the City of Al-
banry on the fourth div of June next, at tihe ope, is2 f tLhe
n:. '"" fcJ**. t VH_ --** af-.,.|H, .,!*** *iMn' -:-'- &** 't h-
beard thereon.-Dated New York, the 17th day of Mlay,
1839%/ J
SAMUEL GILFORD, Jr. 126 William street,
JOHN L. IRtELAND, 316 Fourth street,
JOHN W. MULLIGAN, 148 Fulton street,:
myi1mtijeS Commissioners.

& T a Court of Chiaticery, held for rhe State of New
SiJ York at the City of Vgew York. on the thirteenth
day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine,6
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
The Manhattan Fire Insurance Company v. John Den-
ham, Alexander Denham, the President and Directors of
the Phenix Bank, Edward ferris, and Henry J. Knapp,
and Mark Banks. / ,
It appearing by affidavit' th. satisfaction of this Court
that the defendant, Henry J. Knapp, resides out of t.iis
State, but is a resident of Dne of the Unitel i.tates, to wit:
of the State of ConnetiCut, on motion 1-" Benjamin
Ha!ght, solicitor, and of counsel for the complainants, it
is ordered ,that the said Henry J. Knapp 'cause his ,ap.
pearance to be entered, and notice thereof to be served on
the complainant's said solicitor, within four months from

I N the m-tter of opening the anew street along the line
of the Bloomingdale Road from Twenty first street to
the Seventh Avenue.
Notice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen and
Commonhlty, of the city of New York, that an application
for the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate and As-
sesament In the above matter, will be made to the Supreme
Court of Judicatnre of the people of the State of New Y'otk,
at the Capitol in the city of Albany, on the first Tuesday in
June next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Dated the 1Oth day of May, 1839. my10 20t
SY virtue of" a Warrant of Distress issued by the So.
licitor of the Treasury of ahe UnitedS'ates, pursuant to
the act of Congress, passed lIth May, 1820, to me directed
and delivered, commanding me in pursuance of the act
aforesaid, to levy, take and sell the estate of Samuel
Swartwout Benjamin Birdsall, Charles L Livingston,

and Mangle M. Quackenboss-as by aeference'to said
warrant, or record thereof, in the office of the (lerk of
the District Court for the District of New Jersey, will
more lully appear.
I have levied on the.eal estate hereinafter described,
and will dispose at public auction, at John Bucks Hotel,
in Jersey City, on Saturday, the twentieth day of April
next, between the hoursof twelve at noon, and five o'clock
P. M.-the sale to commence at one (1) o'clock P. M51. on
that day, of all the right, title and interest of the said
Samuel Swartwout, in and to the same, which he had on
the fourteenth day of October last, or at any time after-
wards, vis.
All that certain farmer lots of land and premises situate
in the township of Lodi, in the county of Bergen and State
of New Jersey, lying between the rivers Passaic and
Hackensacb, and commonly called Swartwout's Mea-
dows," bounded on the west by lands of ls.ael Foot, west
and southerly by the Passaic river, souih by the Newark,
Bay, easterly by lands of Anthony Dey, Esq. and others,
on the north principally by the Newark Bridge road, said
to (onainir four huidre,.- arid ten acres, mo-e or le-s.
All ,',. iran- o,' I.,i,, ar,1 premi.."d at W eA ihawk.,, in
" rhscWnshtp'arm c'i'urrv of' Bergen. Being a wadterlot pur-
chased by Samuel Swartwout of Wm. C. H. Waddell,
ArcherGifford and e'rancis W. Brinley, bounded by lands
of persons tome unknown.
All that certain tract of land and premises at Hoboken,
In the township and county of Bergen, which was purchase.
as per deed dated February 2nd, 1835, and recorded on the
eighteenth da) of February, 1835, in Liber No. 3 of deeds
fr Bergen county, pages 103, 104, and 105, for six acres,
three roods and thirty six poles. Said tract is bounded
northerly by lands of John J. bensoni and C. S. Watkins,
easterly by lands of the heirs of John Stevens deceased,
southerly by the Bergen Road, and westerly by the east.
ern line of the "Hoboken Meadows property."
,ll that certain tract ot land and premises, commonly
called the Hoboken Meadows, in the township and county
of Bergen, m hich vas quitrlaimed by Samue' Storm to
Samuel Swartwout, as per deed dated the thirteenth day oi
Jan, ary, 1838, .nd recorded the first day of Maich, 1836,
in Liber 2, 3, of deeds lor Bergen county, ages 443, 444,
and 445, for three hundred and thirty three acres, more or
less. Said tract is bounded northerly by Wehiwken
Cove, north easterly and easterly by lands of thie heirs of
John Stevens, deceased, south easterly by other lands of
Samuel Swartmout, arid lands oftheheirsofJohn Stevens,
south westerly by lands of Henry Traphagen, and heirs
of John Van Vorst, westerly by lands ot the heirs of John
Stevens, and north westerly by lands of the heirs of Charles
'Lop, deceased.
All that certain tract of land an-i premises, ih the town
ship and county of Bergen, Situated at West Hoboken,
purchased by Samuel Swartwout, as will more luily ap-
pear by a deed of Cyrus S. Browning and w'fe to said
Swartwout, dated Ma-ch 16th, 1837, and recorded April
12th, 1837, in Liber V3 of deeas fobr Bergen county, pages
355, 366, and 357, for sevenmy-hundredths of ajn acre.-
Said Jot is bounded on the north ad south biy other lands
of Samuel Swattw)ut, on the east by land of the heirs of
John -tevens, deceased, and west by Palisade Avenue.
All that certain tract of land and premises in thie town-
ship and county of Bergen, desorioed in a certain deed
from George B. Innia to Samuel Swatwout, bearing date
October 22d, 1836, and recorded the fifth day of Novem-
ber, li'36, in liberT 3 of deeds, lor Bergen county, paged
490,461, 462. and 463,. for seveo acres and three.hun-
diedths. Said tract is bounded north by land of the heirs
of John Stevens, and other I ands of said Swart A out, east-
erly by lands of the heirs of John Stevens, southerly by
land of the heirs of John Van Vorit, deceased, and west-
eriy by Palisade Avenue.
,All that certain tract of land and premises in the town-
ship and county of Bergen, described in a certain deed
from Josiah Hornblower to Samuel Swartwout, dated the
firstday of Mblay, A D, 1835, and recorded the 14th day
of September, Vi-35, in libor P 3 of deeds for Bergen coun
ty, pages 295,293 and 297, for fifteen acres and seventy.
seven.hundredths Said tract is bounded no therly by
lands of George S. Innis and ot hers, easterly by rhe Ho-
boken Meadows, southerly by otherland of Samuel Swart.
wout, and westerly by lands now or late of Van Wage-
nen Syms and others
All that certain tract or parcel of land and premises
in the township and county of Bergen, con-
veyed by Samuel Cassedy and Ab -T.Smnti, trustees
of Anna Hornblower, deceased, to aamuel .Swartwout, by
deed bearing date tlhe first day ofMay, 183, and is record-
ed Septemberl14th, 1835, in the Bergen county Bok of
Records, Liber P 3 of deeds, page p98s for eighteen acres
and forty-seven hundredths Said land ia situated at
West Hoboken, andi is-bounded northerly by other landS
of Samuel Svartwout, easterly by Hobokean MeadoWs,
southerlyby land ol Samuel Swartwout and land of Cor
nenius Van Voe-st, and westerly by laud of Van Wagernen
gYvms and others.
CAll that tract or parcel of landland premises' containing
two acres and forty two hundredths, conveyed by 'John
Stevens and wife to John, Ropbert and Samuel SWEUItwut.
by deed dated July 17th, 18"5, ard rcpdoted Jt1ly Unti0t,
1815, in the records of Bergen county,,liber, L 2 of deeds,
page359 ; this said lot of Land was conveyed by J, hn and
Robert $wartwout and.wives to Samuel A wartwout by
deed dated 28th ot'November, 1821, and recorded 4th of
December, 182l, in4hber-Sof deede orf Bergen county,
page 239, said tract is situated In the vill,agenl Hpbokei,
and is bounmled on the north bfy the Bergen road, and on
the east, south, and weit, by lands belonging to the heirs
of the estate of John Sitvens, deceased.


7npAVERN AND EXCISE LICENSE.-Not U every person vending, dealing in, or retailing Strong
or Spirituous Liquors in the Cityot New York.
All persons who shall sell or deal in Strong or Spirituous
Liquors, [except Impoiters or Distillers selling any li.
quors imported or distilled by them, in quantities above
five gallons,] without having first obtained a license for
such purpose from tle Mayor, and the respective Alder.
men and Assistants of tho Wards in which they severally
iehide,are su ject by Law, for each offence, to the pen.
alty of $25; and in case ot Retailers, to the additional
punishment, [by Indictment,] o' fine and imprisonment.
Tavern and Lxcise Licenses will therefore be issued at the
Mayor's Office, City Hall, between the hours of 10 and '2
o'clock, orn the days'prescribed as follows, for each re.
spective Ward.
let Ward, Wednesday and Thursday, 15th and 16th May
2d do. Friday and Saturday, 17th and 18th May
3d do. Monday and Tuesday, 20(h and 21st May
4th do Wednesday and Thursday, 22d and 23d May
5th do. Friday and Saturd sy, 24th and 25th May
6th do. Monday and Tuesday, 27th and 28th May
7th do. Wednesday and Thursday, 29th and 30th May.
8th do. Friday ,nd Saturday, 31st May, 1st June.
9th do. Monday and Tuesday, Ed and 4th June.
10th do -Wednesday and Thursday, 5th and 6th June.
l1th do Friday and Saturday, 7th and 8th June
12th do Monday and 'tuesday, 10th and 11th June.
13th do Wednesday and Thursday, 1Ah and 13th June.
14th do Friday and Satuiday, 14th and l5th June.
15th do Monday an, Tuesday, 17Ith and 18th June.
16th do Wedneed y and Thursday, 19th and 20th June.
17th do Friday and Saturday, 21stand 22d June.
p3 Persons now holding Licensee, are requested to
produce them when applying for renewal ; also, special-
ly requested to apply within tihe time as above, to avoid the
penalties of the Law. By order,
JOHN MOUNT, First Marshal
New York, Mayor's Office, May 1, 139. my7 t.qe27
I N the matter of opening Eighteenth street,1trom the 5th
avenue to the 6th avenue in the 12th Ward of the
City of New York.
Notice is hereby g'ven, by the Mayor. AIlermen and
Commonalty of the City o(f New York, that an application
for the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate and
Assessment in the above matter, will be made to the Su.
preme Court of Judicature of the people of the State o.
New York, at the Capitol in the city of Albany, or, the
first Tuesday in June next, at t0 o'clock A. M.
Dated the 1Gth day ot May, 1839. mnylO 20t
AN the matter ot opening Seventy.ninth street, from the
Sixth Avenue to the Eighth Avenue, in the Twelfth
Ward of the City of New York.
Notice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen and
Commonalty, of tre City of New York, that an applisa.
tion for the appointment ot Commissioners of Estimate
and Assessment in the above matter, will be made to the
Supreme Court of Judicature of the people of the State of
New York, at the Capitol in the city of Albany, on the
first Tuesday in June next. at 10 o'clock, A. NM.
Daied the 10th d(lay of May, 1839. a.ylO 20t
IN the matter of opening Eight: fifth street from the
ISeventh avenue to the Ninth avenue in the 12th ward
of the city of New Yorl'.
Notice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen, and
Commonalty, of the city of New York, that an application
lor the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate and As.
sesament in the above matter,willbe made to the Supreme
Court of Judicature of the people of the StateDof New York,
at the Capitol in the city o'f Albany,on the firkt Tuesday in
June next, at 10 o'clock, A M.
Dated the 10Lh day of May, 18I9. mylO 2t
IN the matter of opening avenue A from 109th street to
Sthe Harlem River, in the 12th ward of the city of New
Notice is hereby given, hy the Mayor, Aldermen and
Comnmonalty, of the city of New York, that arr application
for the appointment of Commissioners ot Estimate and As.
,et sent in the above matter, will be made to the Supreme
Court of Judicature of the peop'e'of the Stateof NewYork,
at the Capitol, in the city of Albany,c n the first Tuesday
in June next, at l0 o'clock, A.M.
Dated the 10th day of May, 1839. mylO 20t

served upon the complainant s solicitqr within four month's
from the date of this order; and in case of appearance
that they respectively cause their answer to be file to the
bill of complaint filed in this cause, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the complainants's solic tor v.ithin forty
days afterservice of a copy of said bill, and In default
thereof that the same may be taken as conitbssed against
them. And it is on like motion fI rather ordered, that the
said Henry B. Alvoid, do cause his appearance to be enter
ed, and notice thereof to be served Upon the complaint's
solicitor in three months from the date of this order, aind -
in case of his appearance that he cause his answer to be
filed to the said bill of complaint, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the solicitor for the complainant in forty
days after service of a copy of the said bill and in default
thereof that the said bill may be taken as confessed against
him. Ana it is tfrther ordered that within twenty days
the o mplainant cause a copy of this order to be pub,
lished in the Stale paper at d also in a paper published in
the city of New York, styled the New York American and
that the said publication be continued at least onc- in
each week in each of the said papers for eight weeks in
succession, or that the said couiplainant cause a copy of
this order to'be served personally on the said defendants,
according to law, at least twenty days before the time
specified for theirappearance.
my2 lawSw i ] Clerk.

A T aCourtof t'lancery, held for the State of New
York, at thel City of New York, on the twenty-
second day of April, one thousand eight hundred nd
PreSent-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
Fi.-st Circuit.
James Barker vs. John Byrnes and Mary his wife, Pa.
trick O'Neill, and Edward McDermott.
It apppearin g upon proof by affidavit made in this
cause by Smith Barker, solicitor for thecomplainant that
Patrick O'Neill anid Edward McDermott, defendants
herein, reside out of this State, and are residents of New
Orleans, in the Stnte of Louisiana ; on reading and filing
said affidavit, and on motion of Smith Barker, Esquire,
solicitor for the complainant, I&ti ordered, that the said
Patrick O'Neill and Edward McDermott cause their ap-
pearance to be entered herein, an I notice there I to be
served on the complainant's solicitor within four monDths
from the date of this order, and in case (if their appear-
ance, that they cause heir answer to the complainant's
bill to be fiMed, and a copy thereof to be served on the
complainant's solicitor within tborty days after service of
a copy of said b 1l, and that in default thereof, said bill of
complaint be taken as contested by them. Anid it is fur.
their ordered, that within twenty days I.oc the date of
this order, the said complainant cause this order to be
published in the Stati paper acd in the New York Ameri.
Scan, printed in this State, for eight weeks in succession,
and once at least in each week, or that the said complain
ant rause a copy of this order to be served on the said
Pat ieck O'Neill and Edward McDermott personally, at
least twenty days before the time hereinabefore prescribed
for their appearance herein. (Copy.)
myS law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A 'T' a Coutl, otf Chmlane^Ar hold. fhr .I.A Star" if* W.- ^

AT a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York, at the City of New York, on the first day of
Aortl, one thousand eight hundred and thirty.nine-
'"Present-William T MeCoun, Vise Chancel;or of the
First Circuit.
The Northi River Insurance Company vs Isaac R Fre,-.
nhan, William E Dennis, the President, &c. of The Na.
tional Bantik, and Peter Fay.
WIt appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant, Isaac RIt Freeman, (a resident of this
State) is at present absent therefrom, to wit, in Cleveland,
in the State of Ohio. On motion of John Qlosscn, of cou-.
eel for the complaniants, it is ordered that the said Isaac
R Fretman do cause his appearance to be entered and
notice thereol to be served on the complainants solicitor
within three months frim the date of this order; and that
in case of his appearance he cause his answer to the corn
plalnante' bill to be filed, and a copy thero.*to be served
on the complainants' solicitor within lorty days after ser-
vice of a copy of said bill and in default thereof said bill
of complaint may be taken as confessed by him. And it
is further ordered, that within twenty day, the said corn.
plainants cause this order to I.e published in the State ia.
per and in the New York American," a newspaper
printed in the city of New York, and that the said pub-
lication be continued in each of the said papers at least
once in each week for eight weeks in succession; or that
ihey cause a copy of this order to be personally served on
the said defendant, Isaac R Freeman, at least twenty
days before the time above prescribed for hie appearance.
apl6 lawSw
BlMY order of Michael Ulshoeffer, First Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas for the City and County of
New Yot k, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provi-
sions of the statute authorizing attachments against non.
restdenrit debtors, that an attachment has issued against
the estate of Charles R. Briggs and Moses R. Munn, resi-
dents of the State of New Jersey, and that the same will be
sold for the payment of their debts, unless they appear and
discharge such attachment, according to law. within nine
months from the first publication of this notice ; and that
the payment of aiy'debts due to them by residents ol this
State, and the delivery to them or for their use, of any pro.
perty within this State belonging to them, and the transfer
of any such property by them are forbidden by law, and
are void.
Dated the 18th day of April, 1839.
apl9 law9m Attrorney for Attacnine Creditor.
N OTICE of application lor the exemption o0 a deb-
4.' -tot's rerson from imprisonment, puisuant to the
provisions of the fifth article of the filth chapter of the se-
cond part ofihe revised statutes. Francis Sherwood, as
well in his individual capacity as one of the firm of B & F
Notice first published April 20th, 1839. Creditors to ap
pear before the Hon. Robert H Morris, Recoider of the
City of New York, at his office in the City IHall of the
said city, on the third day of July next, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of that day.
Dated April 19, 1839. ar20 lawlOw
A T a Court of Chancery held lor the State of New
York,at the Cityof New Yotk, on the eighth day of
April, one thousand eiht hundred and thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
Peter Brewer, guardian, &c. of the irfant children of
Abraham P. Brower,5Fdeceased, vs. William H Ellet.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant,,William H Ellet, resides'out of this
State, but Is a resident of one of the United States, viz .-
ith State of South Carolina. On motion of M M David
soP, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered that tle
said William H Ellec cause his appearance to be entered
and notice thereof Tq be served on the complainant's soli-
citor within four months fiom the date of this order ; and
in case 0Ihis appearance he sause his answer to the cornm-
plain.tnt's bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be swved
on the complainan.'s solicitor within forty days after ser.
vice of a copy ofsaid bill ; and 'i. default thereof said bill
of complaint may he taken as confessed by him. And it is
further ordered that within twenty days the said complain-
alit cause this order to be published in the State paper and
in the New York American, a newspaper published in the
city of New York ; and that said publication be continued
in each ofthe said papers at least once in each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy otf this
order to be personally served rn the said William H Ellet,
at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for
his appearance. Copy,
ar.26 iaw8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
AT a Courtol Chancery, held lo br the State ot New
York at the City of New York, on the twenty third
day of April, one thousand eight hundre'l and thirty-
nive -
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit
Andrew Siark, William Whitewright, and William
Steele, executors ot Robert McCrea, deceased, vs. Samuel
L. Gouverncur, Maria H. Gouveineur, Robertr Tillot on,
Oils Loomer, Charles C. Pearsall, George C. Ray, Jo.
hanrines H. Lott, Frederick W. Boardman, Sarah Bealey,
Henry W. Warner, Ezra L. Miller, Ebenezer Mason,
Antihoay Arnoux, and GabrielA Arnoux.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that .the defendants, George Clinton Ray, resides out of
this Sta;e, but is a resident of the city of Manchester a the
county of Lancashire, England. On motion of William
Inglis, solicitor, and of counsel for the complainant, it is
ordered that the said defendant, George Clinton Ray, cause
his appearance to be entered and notice thercot to be si r-
ved on the complainants' solicitor within nine months from
the d(late of this order ; and in case of bis appearance that
he cause his answer to t e complainants,' bill to be flied
and a copy thereof to be served on the complainants' soli-
citor wVthin forty days after service of a copy of said bill ;
and in default thereof that said bill of complaint may be
taken as confessed by him. And it ie further ordered that
within twenty days the said complainant cause this order
to be published in the State paper and in the New York
American; and that the said publication be continued in
each of the said papers at least once 0 each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he se a copy of this
ordcr to be personally served on the said George CcWr.ton
ttayat beast twenty days before the time above prescribed
for his appearance. Copy,
an27 laa3w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Court of Chancery, held for the State ot New
York at the City Halt of the city of New York,
on the twen-ty ninth day of April, in the year of our Lord
onethousand eight hundred and thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
first Circuit.
James G. King, vs. Harriet B Alvord, Mary E Brow-
ning, and Hetry B. Alvord, lmp'd w'th Henry A. Beach
and Dudley S Gregory. executors of Dwight Browning, de.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that Harriet B. Alvord and Mary E Browning, two of the
above-named defendants reside out of the State of New
York, but within the United States, and that Henry B.
Alvord, and another of the above named defendants reside
within the State of New York, bet has concealed him-
self in order to avoid service of the subpoena issued irnhis'
canse ; and, on motion of J. Blunt, of counsel for the
complainant, it is ordered, that the said defendants. Har-
riet B Alvord and Mary E Browning, cause their respect.
tive appearances to be entered, and notice thereof to be

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Cheek Booke--Asplendid assortment of Checks on all
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Cyprian Opera
Cascetas on Jeremiah
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delivery in a few days, by .
my20 D. APPLETON & CO. 200 Broadway.
S IK iRIMONT j HAMPAlUN.-Tne subscribers
Ail' have, after a careful comparison made by them In
France in the Champaign districts, selected the Wines o
the estate of "De Brimont," and which they how have
the pleasure of offeritig to the public as a rich and fruity
Wir. and-possessing all the qualities which characterize
the highest grade of Champaign. From tohe superiority
and *reat extent of the stock ofthis estate, a udniforumity of
quality and regularity of supply is assured to purchasers.
The Wine is put up in th, be-t manner, the bottles ieadly
labelled, and the corks brand De Brimont," with the
family coat of arms, arid covered with zinc.
Reiceivee by recent arrivals of the above brant&-
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Ri, EHOIltNE has removed his office to 204"iul-
Ston street, between Greenwich st. and Broadway.
Strangers are respectftily apprized th'i Dr. HOBN,ii
w? s bred to the Medical Profession in the City o f Londoh',
antL has been a practical member ot said Faculty of PhtiP
42 years, for the last 32 in the city of New York, Hi
practice rom being formerly general,he has long conifIed 6
to a particular branch of Medicine, which erigagevhfi'i
profound attention, vis:-Lues Veneria. Scorbutus,, Scro-
fula, Elepirntiasis, and. In short, all diseases alibiI4
frim a vitia od state of the blood. His experienceigver.
great. His success astonishing. In many thousands t
cases committed to his care, of allI grades and every degree
of malignancy, hs has speedily restored his pattentsto
health and a sound constitution.
He cautions the unfortunate againstthe abuse of mer
cury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out of life
Seothat your case is eradicated, not patched up. Tha
learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observe s-." Married
persons, and persona about to be married should be par
ticularly cautious of those afflictions. Whata dreadful in
heritanc( to transmitto posterity."- Persons afflicted with
protracted and deplorable cases need not despair of,
complete recovery, by applying to Dr. Hornet. Refsi
anectiona, where iocal, are, without mercury, extingulbh&-
ed in a few days. What grieves the Dr. is, that marly
afflicteu,instead of taking hia salutary advice, hav-re
course to advertised nostrums, where the!c ids no responalsi
ability, and the compounders unknown; by such means,
throwing away their' money, (where they vainly hope to
save,) and ruinforever theil constitution.
Persons who may have contracted diaease, or suspec
latent poison, are invited to make application to Dr
HORNE. at his' Establishment, No.204 Fulton st.. be-
tween Greenwich st. and Broadwayf. A esulenceofthirty
we years in New York city, has radically established
Dr Horne'scharacterforsterlinghonor; and based on Te;
respectabilityand skill. Dr.Horne offersto his pairon
a sure guarantee.
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients cea novwe
comein contact.*
Attendance until lalf past 9 In the evening.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. All city letters
mustbehanded in.
gj Stullorurnincuralapudortrnaluaulceracolat.ig
-Horace's 16th Epistle.
P. S.-As long as Dr.'Hornedasirestobenefltthi-pui okIer
it is proper he should continue his advertisement for th.
good ofstrtngers, as it is well known peopleareixtremaie
shy in speaking ofcases of a delicate nature, e' ,en where
V physicians pre-eminently successful. 114
I N pursuance ol an order of the Surrogate ofthe County
Sof New York, Notice is hereby given to all person
having claims against Aklxauder Sydleman, late of Pte*.
tun, Connecticut, deceased, to present the same Witth ie
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at the office of Winm.
M. Peck, No.60 South street, in the City of New York, Ol
or cefore the 25th day'of September next. '
Dated New York, the 18th day ofMarcai 139.
mhl9 law6m Administratfix, &c.
UA OOD M)lEDICINI thai performs what it promise#
to, is a public. benelactor. Such the
has proved itself to be, by having been successfullytried
in all parts of the country. Many thousand certificates
might be obtained of its value and efficiency if the pro-.
prietors were disposed to collect them, in corroboration of
which they w!ll simply give an extract of a letter lately
received from their agents, Messrs. Masters & Co. of Port.,
land, Me., where coughs, colds, and pulmonary affections
prevail as much as any where; and where as great a va-
riety of remedies have been offered. They say, "We
have universally recommended your Cough Syrup as "U
perior to any other cough preparation we know of, and
we are happy in being able to do so from the numerous
and unanimious testimonials inits favorirom all to whom
we have sold it. We believe your syrup, will eventually
lead all others in its efficacy.", The proprietors would
add that what gentlemen say is corroborated by more than
one hundred agents in different parts of the country, and
they therefore confidently recommend it to the public asa
highly valuable family medicine. as on tilal it will be
found not only the most efficacious, but the most pleasant
and agreeable remedy to be met with. They Wil guarantee
this nmch by offering it gratis, or to refund the pay in
every case where relief is not obtained.
Sold wholesale by the proprietors,
GODDARD k BUTLER, 8 Gold street.
Andatretaillby Kushton & Aspinwajl, 110 Broadway
10 Astor House, M. C. Slccum, 303 Broadway, corner o
Duane street, Souillard & Delluc, 58 Broaday. and 23Park
Row, John B. Todd, 643 Broadway, corner of Bleeckef.
street, and 771 Broauway, corner &h street, George W
EaRibury, 77 East Broadway, corner of Mblarket street, D,
Clay, cur. of Varick and Franklin streets, J. L. Sehteffe
fin, corner of Canal and Laurens streets.
_For sale also as above. I
This article is confidently recommended for the con.
stant use of-all wio wish to preserve a sound set of teeth)
with healthy gums and sweet breath T o'showthe estimaj
tion in which it Is held by the faculty, recommendations
have been received froa. the following, and accompan
each bottle to wit :
Dr Eleezer Parmely, Dentist, Park Place, N Y
(eo Clay, Dentist, East Broadway, N Y
N Dodge, Dentist, Canal st, N Y
J Parnmley, Denttist, Augusta, Geo
T W Parsons, M D, Surgeon Dentist, BoronP ma
E A Davenport, M D, Boston
S A Shurtleff, M D do
Jno Randall, fi D do
W Channing,'M D do ,
S M Weeks, fI D. Tuscaloosa, Ala
J H Harris, M D, Nashville, Tenn|
S I Leggett, M D, Surgeon Dentist, Zanebfiii., Vi a
N Peabouy, M D, do Salem. Mass
Edwin Parsons, M D, do oruitland,Me.
W K Brown, M D, do do I
F J Higginson, M D, Cambridge, Mass
Dudley Smith, M D, Lowel!, Maass.
N. B.-As some people's teeth require an occasional] us
r,'i wder lor cleaning them, the Compound Orris Tooeh
Powder is highly recommended in all such cases, and I,
for sale with the above. ja24
CENTRATED.--Forpurifying the blood, removing.
eruptions, &c., from the skin, and all impurities from the
system, this pleasant and healthy Syrup has no equal.-
Perhaps there is no more certain way of promoting gene-
ral health during the Summer, than by using this Syrup in
the Spring. The medical profession give at a decided-pre..-.
ference over all the most celebrated Panaceas, Syrupe,
&tc., and nursing mothers, whose infants are afflicted with
Scald Head, Sore Ears, or Weak Eyes, are:1prtcularly
recommended to use it. It is perfectly taaiineess and when
combined with Seidlitzor Soda Water, forms a Cooling.
and agreeable beverage. Used with cold water, it Bakes ,
a very pleasant Summer drink, and may be used with ad.
vantage by most persons at any timed Ills prepared from V
the best Honduras Sarsparilta, according to the mot up. a pr
proved formulas, and great care has been taken to keep
it tree from impurities and all obnoxious admixtures. i
. Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retaIl by the sub. ;'
scriber, at the Bowery M1edicine store, 60 Bowery, New ;
York. .myll 1
i AND PRINTING.-T. & C. WOOD, No. 18 Wall l
street, >,ffer for sale-
Swat, Quills-A large assortment of the f1.'st quality by
the hundred or thousand

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