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 30, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, New York Public Library, and Center for Research Libraries.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 467 (Sept. 10, 1821)-(Feb. 15,1845).
General Note: Publisher: J.M. Elliot, <1822>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09304809
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System ID: UF00073672:00039
 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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Wiliam Ooucbh., "
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Itoneywill be received in depositelby the Compdry and
*e.a mn trust. pon which interest will be alloweJ as folly
Upon ums'over $100, irredeemable for I year, 4j.peifct
do do 106, do 6mos. 4 "t
d ao 1!00, do 2" "
Wu. Bar James Kent
I homat W. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime
( m. B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereus
Benj. Knower Gulian C. Verplancl
2. er Harmony Henry Brevoort; jr,
Jot,n G. Coster James McBride> -
Somas Suffers Jchn Rathbone, J1t
0 n Mason F. G. Stuyvesant I|
jamuel Tbomsos fhomas J. Oakley
Benjamin L. Swan Stephen Wnitney
Steihen Warren John Jacob Astor.':
Robert Ray Gardner G. Howlapd
John'Johnson Corn. W. Lawrence 4
Jonathan Goodhus
WM. BARD,Prsid

V A. N[coLL,Secretary.
Dudley Atkins, hysician to the Company. f
AVIS. BROOKS I CO., 19 and.21 Broad st. offer
Sfor sale, on favorable terms-
IRON-200 tons English Bar Iron, assorted, flat, round
200 tons Swedes Iron, common and extra sizes
160 do old and new Sable Iron
S 1600 bundles English Sheetlron. assorted, Nov. 12
1200 packs Ist quality, Russia Sheet Iron
65( tons Railroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pig Iron, ofapproved stamps
50 do Boiler Plate, English and American
TIN PLATES-3000 boxes Tin Plates, most approved
brands, jX and extra sizes
1000 ingots Banca Tin ,
CHAIN CABLES-50 tons of Griffith & Lewis' proved
patent Chain Cables,assonrted, inch to It inch,
with full supplies of apparatus
BRASS KETTLES-30 casks, assorted, from I to J6 o
best German make
NAILS-1000casks assorted, Wareham manufacture.
HEMP-100 tons clean Russia Hemp; also, 50 tons East
IndiaJute Hem
GORDAGE-1000 coils lastand 2d quality Russia Cordage
S assorted, i to 6 Inch-entitled to deuenture.
DUCK, &c.-1800 pa. light and heavy Ravens-200 ps.
Russia Sheetings.
BAGGING-50 rolls; also. 500 coils bale Rope.
FLAX-100 bales water rotted Flax.
WINES--Malaga, dry and sweet, and Muscat Wine in
S qr. caska andbbts.; also, Sherry, Port, .adeira,
and Claret, in wood and bottles ; also, +,<00 bkts,
Champagne Wines. "Ruinart' and other brands
I10 COFFEE-6500 bags l1st quality of new crop Ri
Coffee. .

70 cases Bengal Indigo, entitled to deb
0SObales green and dry salted Buffalo tildes
20 do Cawnpore and Madras Goat Skins
2W600 bags Saltpetre, 1st and 2d quality
2000 bags Race Ginger .-...

DRY GOOD^, &c.
.a memnt, varying ir quality and size, of Shirts and
ThraWrso.f almost every description, suitable for the pre-
sentand .n)ing seaSon. Also, Hose and Half Hose, of
all the jtffereut fabrics and siea. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.
vats, Suspenrrders, Prussian DressingRobes, &c, with a
large assortment of Hosiery and' Under Garments for
Femaiea. For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery
store, 14 Malden Laine, by
o & L. HOLM S. 44 Maiden-Line, have received
an assortment of Table Covers, Stand do., and Fruit
Doiles, fov sale cheap by the piece and retail.,
Just opened .handsome Towellings ard Table Cloths.
my,21t r

SHOLMES, No 44 Maiden Lane, have received one
c'dseCorded Skirts Also, Cambric and Furniture D;mi.
Ite", Loig Cloth Shirtingst, &c. b y the piece or yard,
cheap. ;.,-
Juet opened-ULnen Sheetings and Linens. my24 3t
-.44 Maiden Larie, have received heavy white
London trillsfrom low to fine qualities, brown French
Drillings.l Jeans, &c, for sale cheap, by the piece or at
On hand, the real Gairman Eau do Cologne. my24 St
,frABLE AND PIANO COVERS.-The .Ubscriber
S1 hPs-this day- received a large assortment of Table,
and Piano Covers. among which are 7 and 8 4 Embossed
Cloth Table- and Piano Covers, 67 and8 4 French printed
Cltrl Table and Piano Covers, 5 6,7 S and 10 4 Worsted
Tabik and Piano Covere, of all colors. Also, all sizes and
colors of Cloth Table aid Pis-no Covers.
myIS ,. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.
L'ANVY GOODS.-Paris Lawns; Jaconet Muslins,
P toseithe with gentrali assortment of Spring and
Summer Goods, at
SIy7 CLARIkE & COMPANY'S, 337 Broadway.
[ LAIKE-1 COMPANY, No. 337 Broadway, have
J now on hard and offer to the ladies of this .ity, fae
miliesTfrom the country and country merchants, a desir.
able assortment of ew Spring and Summer Fancy Goods-
consisting of-.
Rich Chene Silks
D satin striped Pekin dot
Do do. do and figured Pou de SoleI
Do do dc,-- do GrodeNap
Do colored striped and figured do
Do plain and figured changeable
Plain Gro de Afriques
Do -Greode uisee
Do Armures /
Italian Lu*trig .
Poult de Soale and Satinst
r r.che Shawls,6 4, all wool
French Coshmere do
Embroidered and printed Thibet do
EmtibroideiledMousseline de Lalne ito
A splendid asortment ofPlain, damask, figured and
Embroidered Silk Shawls anid Mantillas
Rich plain and embioidered Fillet Sheawls
"Do Mo-e do
Glaces Silk Squares,with fringes
A-large assoiitment o6 Pkaris Lawr.a
Jaconets, French Prints, Challys
Mousaelaine de&Laino, Brusaels and Thread Laces
Ribbons. Gioveas, Hosiery, c.,rls, Fancy Hdkfas,
Bag.., Sic.
A handsome assortment of Parles Embroidery of the new.
estatyle. -. ap-23 Im
I ZW GUOOS !NEW GOOUDSf selling at very re.
N daced prices,! .
SThe.subotcibera wold respectfully inform their cne-
tomoers, straniers, and others, that they are now selling
their large anti seasdnable stock of French Fancy aid
Staple DryOooat, at an immense reduction for cash.-
Their assortment will be-fouroAto compi ise the most nove
atnd Ii antilUti styles of Fancy Silk, Broche Cashmere
.Thibet, and Camelt Hair long and square *hawla,of all
sizes: plain and figured Poult de Scies, Gros d' &Alriquel
yeloiirsd'Alger and Satin Repe: plain and figured change,
able Gros de Nap, P. de -Soie, and Gros d'Afrique, of
the most delicate and beautiful combinations of color;
all the varrs styles of jt and blue black SilIksa. Bomba.
zlnesi and utarpes; a very large and beautiful variety of
Spring Cambrics. Jaconets and Muslins; Chalies and
Mousselinee de Laines at all prices; Paris Embroideries,
Thread Laces, Silk, Cotton and Woollen Hosiery, Fancy
Hdkfs, Scarfls, %o. w. by the piece or yard.
1wyl jw UtHE8 GUYNrET, 254 Broadlway.
A LEX. T. ST-WAttt & c 00. have just rece-ved,
-apd offer for ssle at their waio rooms, 257 Broad.
Foulardl'Silk, superior quality and new patterns
Grb OeWier Cambrics, of the latest styles
: Do Jaconets do do do
Embroidered Silk and Muslin Robes
S Do do do Mantillas
A handsome assontmentot Silk, Muslinand Valencines
Jacce -.
FancySilk Bags*
New styte, Enibroldtlee,
STogetAor %tlit a general assortment of Fancy and Staple
Silk Goods; to which they invite the attention of purcha
sera. my9
R RATE PRICES.-To strangers-Strangers visiting
the city will find at fOUNTAIN'S Fancy Dry <,oods
Store, (No 231 Broadway, adjoining the American Hotel,)
an entire and complete assortment ofall the various styles
Sand descriptions of hew French Dry Goods, suited to the
season at such prices as will be satisfactory. Am)ng which
Share the following:
USILKS-Rich changeable or Glace
Rich striped and figured di
Chines, foulard, plain and glace
Gros D'Afriques, lain anJ changeable
G-os de Indes do do
Pvult 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, &c.
SHAWLS-Diaphanous, Net, Glace Silk, plain and
Mantilas, Paris Gauss, Mouselne de Laine, Cash-
mere, Thibet Wool and Fancy Hdkfs, of the above de.
EM tKROIDERIES-Paris work, of the latest fashions,
Capes, Canezous, Chemizeites, Collars, Capes, kc.
L &CES- Mechlin, Enolish ar.d 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 genera] assortment of Goods, have
been selected with great care, expressly for his city trade,
and will be found to be of the finest fabrics antd manufac-
ture. my20

S 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
1 %hite do do do 200
1 scarlet do do do 200
I do do do do 250
I do do long do 150
1 white do do 150
1 do do do 200
1 do do do 250
2 do do do 30
2 rich do do do 3.50
1 do do do do 4.10
1 do do do do 500
my27 257 Broadwny.

S. CIENCE AND ART. is published evVZ, month
by E. LITTELL, & CO. 279 Chesnut street, Phiflte!phia,
at Six Dollars a year, payable in advance. Distant sub.
scribers are requested to remit a $5 note on account.
I With the year 1839 begins the Seventh Volume of a
New Series, complete sets of which can be furnished at
Two Dollars volume in nunmibesia, or 1'wo Dollars ard a
Half bound. The New series Is begun because we are no
longer able to supply orders for complete sets of the old.
1 Poetical Works of Robert nuthey, Edinburgh Re.
2 Railroadr, Quarterly Review
3 Despatches of La Mothe Fenelon, Foreign Quarteriy
4 Earlier English Moial Songs and Poems,. Black.
wo d's Magazine
Diary of a Dutch Diplomatist in London, Monthly
6 Poetry-The Myitle; Oaks of Engh.ndl; Lament of
the Cher- kee ; Kate ; Sonnets by Washington
Brown ; To the planet Venus, Amaranth, Black.
wood's Magazine, Bentley's Magazine
7 German Manufactures and English Corn Laws,
Monthly Ohronicle
8 English Poets, vol 1, Mxaminer
9 Hornet's History of Napoleon do
t0 Jack Sheppard, Bentley's Miscellany
11 --m*__- V-.-A P-r.ua. WXnolfr Scott. 'FTraseor's


Rev. A. T. TWING, A. M., Seperintendent.
Bev. W.-H. WALTER, A.M., Mathematics, Natural
Philosophy and "4htoric
Rev. ALVA BENNETT, A.M., Spanish and Italian
Hi-itory, Geography, and Penmanship
J. P. EDWARDS, French Language and Literature
and Bookkeeping.
W. H. A. BISSELL, A. B., Latin and GreekiLanguagos
and Literature.
AMOS EATON, A. M., Chemistry and'Civil]Engineer-
J. C. ANDREWS, Music,
Professor EATON does not, by hi.: irrrangemens
with this Institution, cease to be Principal of the Rensse-
laer Institute, or to devote to that Institution his supervi-
si-n and direction. But the two Institutions being very
nearly contiguous, students are conducted by a teacher, at
fixed hours, to that Institution, to receive practical instruc-
tion, with the use of an extensive suit of instruments and
other facilities. fe20
EW BOOKS FKOM LONDON, as well as the
American Puolications.-WM. A. COLMAN, No
-21'5 Biroadlway, is constantly receiving all of the most po.
pular New Books, printed in England and America; the
wantr ot timeonly ishim only excuse for not advertising them
ass on asreceived. Sinffie it to know tiat they may be
found at his store. He ha- iust received a few copies of
Curil's Domestic Homewpatby ,Smo
Curie's Practice of Honmiepath, Svo
Curie's Principles of Honepathy, 8vo
The Countess of Blessington's Idler in Italy, London
edition, 2 vols, 8vo, with a portrait
Oliver Twist, 3 vol, Svo, ihe beautiful London edition
Also, the Paris edition of do
Dr Uie's Work in Relation to Mines, &c, thick 8vo
McCullock's Dictionary of Commerce, London, 1839,
much improved. my27 I w
*- EW ENULIzH BeOKA, receivedpCr the uue-

L P. DE LUZE & VOLZ, No.: 84 Beaver street,
a offer for' sale: .
WINES & LIQUOUS-_20 pires Holaaid ln, Black
Horee brand, a superior article, f Meftieurs Wmi
Paule's & Son, of Rotterdam
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine .
400 basketaCampagne, Silery Mo0seix
50 ,-do do Oil Jde Perdrix
100 do do bt Perayj,
300 cases Chambertin .
6) do Bordeaux Claret
20 .do Kirshenwasser ,'
.60 do Mareschino
10 barrels white wine Vinegar "
20 cases inen Cambric and Inipj CambricjHdkfs
6 bales Dutch Camblets
4 cases Merinos. ,-
2 cases Taffeta Ribbons
3 cases Gros de Naples
IS barrels Paris Green -
8 casks Sulphate ofSoda, propf forjlass.manu-
.. lcturers -"," .
8 cases Sponges ,
A ca:es isatus e l- ;
And an assortment] of ,Gold and Silver Watches and
Musical Boxejs ap2ff

tuJiCRS k CGO. onler lor saie-
.0 tons clean Russia Hemp,20 tons red Sanders.,
4C0 rolls 6-4 and 4-4 Canton Matting,.plain
460 131b. boxes Imperial Tea
8 cases Poneees
8 casesPearl Buttons
French Wines in casks and boxes
Champagne Wine, sundry brands fe
C HAMPAIGN WINES -The subscribers have receive
ed per late arrivals and now. handing, a supply of
choice Wines, quarts and pints, including a new brand,
put up lor the Southern market, called the 'Palmetto.'
GRACIE k CO. 20 Broad st.
Orders from other places for Winea ol every description
will receive attention, and forwarded as directed. mv23
C H-IOICE BLACK TEA--Souchong, Pouchong, and
S Oolong, in chests, half chests, and twenty pound
boxes, of recent importations, for sale by
my23 2., GILLESPIE & EDwARDS 73 Wall st.
!1 SE BRIMONT CHAMPAIGN--Tuet received and
_P now landing per ships Poland and Lorena, from
Have, '*
530t) baskets white Sparkling Sillery, of the above brand,
and fully equal to any previous importation. For sale to
the trade and consumers on reasonable terms, by
my13 A BININGER & CO. 141 Broadway.
(' ALILEGO FLOUR-200 bis Flour, of the cele'iatea
SGallego brand, for sale by
my20 GRINNELL, MINTURN I CO. 134 Front st.

1. O1ICE.-The Principal o. this Institution, grateful
For the very general approbation with which his plan has
seen received, begs leave again to bring it to the notice oI
that portion of the public who desire lor thdr sons a
souiid, practical, and chrietianeducation.
Third Year.-The first term of the third year of
the Institute will commence on Wednese-ay, the first of
5'ay next, and with materially extended facilities in al-
most every department. Essential additions have been
iade, especially in the department of Modern Languages.
The instruction in French particularly is ttit best that could
be secured
Building..-The buildings for the Institute are now all
completed, and were erected for the purpose to which they
are devoted. They are new, spaclous, afidslghtly; and are
fitted up on a convenience of plan, and a nertness of style,
which are not exceeded: They comprise accommodations
ior fifty pupils, rooming in pairs-'fot the Instructrs.
the Principal and the family-a G3.iera1 SchoolRoqn--Re
;itation Rooms-a Readina Rok-,-a Laboratory-and a
Chanel, .
Locatton.-The location Is unsurpassed for healthiness
and beautmy. It is upon an eminence in the suburbs ofthe
city, securing, b, its retirement and elevation, a free and
heahhy atmosphere, and commanding an extensive and
delightfiul view. It iasuch asto render it unnecessary for
the pupils to have any connection with thecity, except
when occasionally permitted by the principal,for social
ntercouise, and pltrmse- of business.
Grounds.-The Grounds, connected with tle establish,
ment are ample end beautiful, affording full scope for ree
creation and amusement. ,
Teachera.-The Institudionit carried on by the Princi
pal, and assistants of character and experience in the proq
session. .
Design.-Its design) is, to impart a thorough and prac,.
lical education, upon decidedly christian pinciples--t
munite sound learning with pure religion.
Plan and Government.-It Is conducted upon- the plan-'
)f a well regulated Christian family ; for the time, the
adopted homeof its members
-.Tne Principal, regarding himself in the place of a pa
rent, encourages a frbe and open intercourse between the
pupils ahd himself, and endeavors, by winning upon, tle
affections, and, by the presentation of proper motives, to-
induce a faithltul discharge of duty. The' government Is
therefore strictly parental..
4r-angement- -In agreement with the natural cor nat
urioni ofthe pupil,the school is arranged in three depart-
ne..ts, the Moral, theIntellectual, and the Physical ,
Moral Department.-TheMoral Department, which in--
rolves the government, is supplied by the Principal 4 It em
braces a course of moral and religious studies, adapted to
each pupil. To the Holt Scriptures constant references
made, as the foundation on which alone may be built
solid and enduring character, and as the only safe and prol
per basis of Christian education. The views of scripture
rubh, and of religious duty presented, are in strict ae-
:ordance with the doctrines, discipline, and worship of the
Protestant Episcoral Church. It is the constant endear
nor in this department to win over to the Saviour, and
to his body-the Church-the first and strongest affections
of the youthful heart.
Intellectual Department.-The TIntellectual Deparil
nent embraces all the ordinary English branches neces
nary to business and commercial pursuis ; additional fa%
cilities for Instruction in the higher departments ol learned
ng, with reference to College requirements, to Teaching
he Professions, and Civil Fngineering; also in Vocal Mug
sic, Drawing, and the Modern Languages. It is conduct.
od by the Principal and assistants, and by auch B.. sters
as it Is necessary trom time to time to employ.
Instruction in this department is speciaiiy directed to the
understanding. It isthe 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 tad to the intended future destination of the pul
pil, and his education Is directed accordingly. He may
ie fitted for the Counting Room, lor Engineering, for Col
loge. for Tleaching,or for the study of the Professions.
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
afthe pupils in-all hours not taken up in tke exercises oi
the school, and instructs in agreeable and useful exercises,
promonive of health and happiness.
Manners and Babils.-Special attention is paid to marn
ners and habits. Association with the family, and wltt
occasional company, is, for their lmprovement,encouraged.
[t is the endeavor to prepare the pupil to move with proc
priety and ease in every circle of society.- 1
Requirements.-The admission of pupils is restricted tb
no particular age. But diligentattentien t,. ...) perform.
ance of duties, anu pt opriety of deporttde.it, are expected
Small who become members of the institution.
Record and Reports.-A daily record of the deficien
cies ot pupils in their several classes is kept by each teach
or, which is weekly submitted iby the principal to each pu
p4 ; an i, attie eypiraition of k ur weeks, tothe parents or
nuardianas of each.-in the form of a report.
a Pocket Money.-Pupils' have but little reasonable use
For pocket money) They are supplied by :the principal
with atl necessaries, and mo-c than these serve only to
create and nourish artificial tastes and wants,which have
an unfavorable bearing en future characters, They will,
therefore, be allowed no money, but at the pleasure of the
principal. This rule is imperative, and, enforced, saves exi
pense to the parent andcharacter to thie pulW. The Puri
ser takes charge of all rtaneys intended for the use of the
pupils, and distributes only 'in an order from the principal.
No accounts wil in any cast, be made for the pupils, nor
will any expenditures be incT.-ed for them, further than thba
amount of money deposited tfor.eir use.
Wardrobes.-A directress is employed to take charge of
the wardrobe who devotes herself exclusively to that duty.
To save much trouble, every putiul should have each ar

tidle 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 "Bookof Common
Examinations.-An examination is held every Friday
of the divisions under the several Instructors, in rotation,
ard a general examination of all the divisions at the close
of each term. These examinations are open to the friend
and patrons of the Institution.+
Exhibitions --An exercise in composition and.declama,
tion will conclude each of the semi-annual examinations.
.Appa'~atus.-The Labaratory s furnished with appal
ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the several
departments, and to exhibit practically the several subjects
connected with the course of study.
Termes.-The terms are $230 per annum, payable hall
yearly in advance. Requisites, such as fuel, lights, wash
ng, mendine, :beds, bedding, books, stationery, &c. are
urnlshed, and without extra charge.
8J.cademnic Year.-The academic year. embraces forty.
six weeks, in two terms of twenty-three weeks each.
Vacations.-There are two vacations. At the expira-
tion of the first term, there will be a vacation of four
weeks ; at the expiration of the second one of two weeks,
kpowz. as fall and spring vacations
Directions.- Persons desirous of placing pupils in the
Instil te, or ofol. nine further information relative to it,
may address the Principal, either personally, or through
the PostOffi+.'e, or J. W. Mitclie!l, Esq., 631 Cedar streep
New York. Ciiculars may be obtained on applicatiorrr i
either of the above; also at the book store of Swords. Star
ord9& Co.New York.
Rev. -,J- F. WALKER, A M PrinC4;. and Proprie
tor; Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, and Evidences of

t -The Su$scribers offer for sale, lilots to sait pur
chasers, and on favorable terms, a lage asottment -otf
Wines, viz :-.
SMadeira, in butts, pipes, hbds, qr caslo and barrels]
)Do in casesofone dozeneach, artan very old a ,
choice -
'Sherry, pale, brown and gold in varlus packages
Do do do dodooinglai a
Port in pipes, hhds and qr casks
Do in cases of one dozen, bottled at Oporto
St Lucar Wine,. Tenerifle and Canary -
Marseilles Ma'Jeira, sweet and dry Ml4aga
MusCat, in qr casks, barrels and boxo e
TPico Madeira, Sicily do, Vin de Gravq
Sauterne, French Port, red and whikwteralhage
White and red Lisbon, Bucellaaoo .
Marascidnhid, ordeaux Anisette and Cordials
.... 8prklig Champaigne, of various brands, qts and pts
.Hock Wine, do -44. Sparkling
Bordeaux and Marseilles Cjaret, n-iwood and,glas
c. &c. .
London Porter and Browi Stout, qts aind pts "
BurtoR, Scotch and lnglieh Pale Ale,dodo0
Havana andI PrititpeSegars, of vari brands
Wine, Porter and Claret Bottles, Cor'i do
Foreign and domestic Demijohns, dlffere tsizes
Souchong and other Teas .
Loaf and Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels
BtCroix. do in barrels
Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux ceservee
Marseiller and Bordeaux Salad Oil
Old Java and Laguyra Coffee
Bunch Raisins, Almonds, Sperm Candles, different:lzes
English Mustard, in whole, half andir boxees
Olives, Capers, Sardines, &c. &z.
GRACIE & O. 0, 20 Broad st
Orders from other places will reciveoaitentlon, and for
warded to any part ofthe "T'ite'l States.. fell
[ 1f H. RUSSELL & CO, 33 Pine it. have received
9J, by lati arrivals, and offer fori sWaeth.e following
spring goods: ,
which Dark Chintz Prints
Rich light fancy .'oo
Blick and white do
Blaclt and white and fancyprinted.Muslins
Mouseiline deLaine ,
Printed Quiltings and Welts
Scpt ceersucker and checked Gitfhams
P11in hambrays
It- W ass.. Verona and Turkey red Hdkfs i
Faicy.Cotton Drilings
Fancy and plain Linen Drillings
Asttaclhan anrid Summer Cloths
Mixed Erminets .
Worsted Trowsers Stuff, various ktids
laconhet. La,eoOk, checked and'OapbriclMuslins
German Cotton Hosiery
Furniture Dimity
Alarseilles Quilts, 9 4 o 124
Double Genoa Cords, 27inch
Moleskins and Beaverteens .
White and Di ab Satteens
Brocha black and fancy shawls
7 4 a 8 4 Scotch Tartanan do
Kilmarnock Bonnets
Umbrellas, 28 and 40 inch
Valencia Vestings, light and dark
Fancy woollen Cassimiers
Black do
Wool dyedblack and green Cloths
Fine and superfine assoted colouredsCloths
Flushings, assorted colors
Pilot Cloths
Red Paddings, 3 4 a 6 4
Blankets, various kinds
Canvass Paddings.
CaLt ,-Ang. l tew
INXS, &C. 6U dozen Madenoa otvarious uraniu
and vintages, from 7 to ti60 years old.
100 do z Brown Snerry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do 4w-d41, ..- 4o .
100 do Port, f superior quality.
500 cases Claret, including Chateau Margaux, t'alms.
Margaux, La Flte, St. Julien, LaTo'nr, &e.;&c
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac. Ac
00 do Vin de Graves
100 do Burgundy, Romance, Conti,ohamberth., &4
100 do hermitagee, red and "Plite.
100 d', Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.
500 .o Champagne, Clicquot and other favoritebiands
to0 do thenish,Hockheimer, Johannesberger, Rude&.
jaeiner, Marcobrunner, Liebfraumilch. &c., Mo,
100 do Canary,(-. nstantia Ma.cat,Cyprus,Swestano
Dry Lisbcn, Malaga, St. Lucar, &c.
Also--20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Du'Puy & Co. and
Seainette; old Mountain Dew and hush Whiskey ; reach
and White Brandy; East India Arrack ; Shrub; Metheg-
!in ; Old Jamaica Rum : Old Gin, and a complete assort-
ment of Cordials and Liquors, say Martinique, Cote St.
Andre, Cut acoa, Maraschino, Rosollo. &c.
The most o'the above forsale on draft as wel, &sin bot
e. by BUNKER & CO.. 13 Maiden Lane. ml
41 ILLESPIE kt EDWARDS, 73 Wall street offer for
KX sale-
23" half chests Young Hyson Tea
93 do do Gunpowder do
150 chests Hyson Skin do
120 half chests Pouchong
18 chests do, extra ine
39 do Souchong, do do
60 fdncy boxes do do do
4 three quarter chests Oolong, a choice black Tea
26 Cuinsha und Lacquered boxes of Tea. my21 2w
C HINA SILKS-A general assortmnent, comprising
black Satins, Sarsnets and Sincvews; white Pen.
gees and Pongee Hdkfs; black Levantine Hdkfs ; Satin
Levartines ; Embroidered Crape Sbawls and Points ol va
rious styles; black, colored and saddler's Sewings, &c.
entitled to debenture, for sale by
nt25 1m CARY & CO., 90 Pine street.
L AVANASEG4II.S--250:0J)0 -Savan Segars receive.
*t. ed per the Diomi, from Havana, aa invoice of Se
ears, made froom old and selected Tobacco, of the follow.
ing brands.
100,090 Noriegais, in half, quarter and tentn boxes
150,000 Dos Contpaneros in do do do do
25,000 Trabucos in do do do do
l0',00 Government Regalias, of exquisite Tobacco,
as well as make, for sa!e by
al7 A. BINTNGER 141 Broadway.

0 e and effectual remedy for the sum ercon plaints,
viz : biarrhoa and Cholera Morbus ; also Flatulen and
Spasmodic Cholics, having been tested throughout the
State of New York and elsewhere, during the last twelve
years, witn complete stiecess.., 1
This is undonotedjy the best Medicine now in use for the
above named diseases, andl most of the toughs, Lung
complaints and Bowel affections Incident to our country:
.The summer and-autumnal Diarnhcas (commonly known
;bythe term Dysentertes) that vparly nimke such dreadful
havoc among children sweepne thousands t their graws
in spite of all remediesusually prescribed, have never yet
beep known to resist Its efficacy. When administered im-
that most distressing di-ease,the Cholera Morbua. it nBv--
er fails to produce the most happy effects, if the 'oses be
increased in quantity and frequency according to ihe vio-
lence of the symptoms, which ought and can always be
done with pei feet safety-aind if any failure -should occur,'
it must be owing to a criminal.negligence. It speedily re.
lives Vomitings, Griptngs, Flatulent and Spasmodic
Chol:cs. Its anodyne properties render ,t pec'-iliaily ap-
plicable in Cramps, likewise restlessness and weariness
of limbs. It is peculiarly useful for children when teeth..
ing, as It allays irrnitation, induces moderate rersplration,
atid produces sleet. being eupericr to the Elixir Pare.
gelie, thie too free use of wbich has often p.roved injurious-
by causing visceral obstructtens, irflamniatica and fever,
This medicine is discovered to be a eertair, and effectual
remedy for the intestinal diseases produced by the drinking
of the waters of the rivers i nte southern ard mou'h western
Satas, which renders it of iestinmable vl.ie t (those who
reside or travel in thosesect'ons of t'ec"rtrv.
The inventor, aware that It is the ,late oI all prepare.
tions put up for public use, to be indiscriminately con.
demned by many, either fom selfish motives, or a deline
to discover uncommon skill Without kno*frng-nythlng of
their composition or medical vhtue, and netwitstanding
however unjust such decision. m aybe.or whatever weight(
they may have, yet he confilently be'ieves this meolcjne,
prepared with the greatest cauto i and from the best and
most suitable ingredients, will be ,found to relieve tbe
afflicted. He would call the attention of the public to-the
certificates accompanying each bottle, from gentlemen of
the highest respectability, among whom are several physi.
cans and surgeons of undoubted talents and acquire.
H*YDOCK, CORLIES & CO. 27 Liberty st.,
sp20 2awd2awe Wholesale Agnmt.

FOR SALE.-Some valuable property in :theb
City of New Brunw ck, New Jersey, consisting
of houses, stores and farms. AsiO, a INrge n d
S- ---convenlent house, and outnhouses, witlt about 38
acres of good land, pleasanitv situated on the River Rari-
tIn, about one mile from the City (of New brunswick.
Likewise a new convenient house pleasantly, skuated at
New Haven, Conn.
The above will be exchanged for property in this ciJy.
For particulars inquire of
ap4 if ISAAC LIWRENCE, 494 Broadwav.i8
KIP lCi8'AT,1, a OALDWA1K.--triesutienri,
bher offers for sale, by private contract, ihe entire
i- Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bounded by
SBroadway and Mercer street, Washinetoim hd
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
valuaele Hinprovements.
It will besoid in one parcel. or divided into 15 Lots, viz:
,7 Lots on Broadway, embracingg the %hole front from
WVashinaton to Waverley places,) of about 46 by 96- feet
each; 4 Lots on Washington, and 4 do on Waverley place,
of 86 by 92 feet each
I In case of a sale in separatelots. a uniform style of Im-
provement will be requtired,'and stipulations against nui-
sances. The title is indisputable, and the terms will be
accommodating For further particulars, and a view of
the map, anply to
I. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchange,
fe9 Hanover at.
S TO BE. LET.--The Cellar under the Store oc-
j- cupled by the subscribers, corner of Water street
a, Jp nd Barling slip, With two convenient entrances
S from Water street and Burling slip. The cellar
is large and drv.
mh5tf Z. & G. W. BLUNT.
FOR. SALE-11 Lots ot Land, situated on
SLewis and Goerick streets, between Rivington and
J Stanton streets, six on Lewis and five on Goerick
On Lewis street is a large wooden, building, for.
merly occupied by the late Mr. Eckford as a mould left.
n)n Goerick street the land it open and a very desirable
situation for a lumber yard or building lots. Applyto
dlO tf DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad et,
SFOR SALE-The neat two story brick House
No 18 Bedford street, is incomplete otder, having
Iljl been painted and repaired last spring. Possession
-- *-will be given on the first May next. The greater
part of the purchase money may remain on bond and mort.
gage. Apply to)
fe9 GRACIE k CO. 20 Broad street.
VL FOB SALE.-The three story Mou-em. now
Ili erecting by the subscriber, on 8th and 9th streets,
I Bl. between the 5th and 6th Avenues, and which will
be finished on or before the ls ol April, in the best modern
Style, with mahogany doors and plated furniture, marble
mantels and grates throughout. TWe lots, which are 25
feet by halt the block (94 .et 10 inches) are in fee. Apply
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 #quar-.
.fe fel
r and Lot No 3 University Place. The inou e is 35
|lli Mfeet front, 3 stories high, built In the best manner,
'1--and will be isady for occupation bout the middle
of April. Thelotis in fee. Apply to,
mh8 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21-Broad st;
FOR SALE-The spacious 3 story House with
the lot in fee on the weat side of the 5th Avenue,
tl the first house above W Brevoort's large man-
sion. 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 the first of May next. Apply
fel4 29 Merchant,' Exchange,
TO LET, OR LEASE.-The five story hre
proof Store, No. 28 South William street.
i ^Apply to CARY & CO.
Feb. 15 No. 90 Pine street.
S FOR SALE. Real Ebtate at Harlem-coasistirig
of 54, lots of land, situated eon the *7th and
iSSSi 8th Avenues, between 117th, and 119th streets.
-J- There is by computation 70,000 loads of soil up.
on them, near which they are now levelling. These lots
will be sold as they now are, withthe buildings upon them.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS, & CO. 21 Broad st.

thickness of blubber to be the eutis ,eka, or trae
skin, infiltrated with oil, -or fatty l matters. Its
thicknesbs on the breast of a large whale is about
14 inches, and on moso other parts of the body it
measures from 8 to I1 inches. This thick cover-
ing of tkin, blubber, or fat, is called by Sou'h
S0a whalers the "blanket." It is of a light yel-
lowish color, and when melted down, furnishes the
sperm oil. It also serves two excellent purposes
to the whale, in rendering it buoyant, and in fur-
nishing it with a firm protection from the cold-
ness of the surrounding element; in this last re-
spect answering well to the name bestowed upon
it by thb sailors.
If the water is moderately smooth, the first
part of the whale observable is a dark colored
pyramidal mass, projecting, about two or -three
feet out of the water, which ie the "hump." .At
vqry regular intervals of time, the nose, or snout,
emerges at a distancee of from 40 to 50 feet from
the hump, in the full-grown male. From the ex-
tremity of the nose the spout is thrown up,
which, when sen from adistante, appeals thick,
low, and bushy, and of a white color : it is formed
of the expired air, which is forcibly ejected by the
anim I through the blow hole, acquiring its white
co-or from the minute particles of water, previous-
ly lodged in the chink or fissure of the nostril, and
also from the condensation of the aqueous vapor
'thrown off by the lungs. The spout is projected
from the blow holeat an angle of 135 degrees, in
a slow and conitipuous manner, for the space of
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l ON THE EYE- r"
A Tratis 'n the Physiology and Pathology of the
Eye, with the French and-German Synonymes of rits v, ,
rious Diseases, illustrated wimt caes and colored places, a +
2nri edition. Price $2,26. 1
Many excellent prescriptions are added at the foot o t,
te pages..4 London -Medical and Sargical Journal -
Mr Curtis's remarks on the preservation of sight are
very judicious.- [Literary Gazette ]
We cordially recommend the work to all classes troubled
with affections of the eyes.-[New Monthly Magazine. I e
We unhesitatingly pronounce this work on the Eye to be |
by far the very best -LMetropolitan Magazine.]
S" The high and deserved reputation which Mr Curtis
has attained as an Oculist and Artist, secures for his opln- t
ions general attention and respect. -[Tait's Edinburgh I
Magazine.] C
A Map of the Anatomy of the Eye, with the latest Dis.
coveriLs; showing the Membrane of the Pigmentum Ni-
grum, and the Membrane of Jacob, also the Central Ar- i
tory of the Retina. P-ice, colored, $1,60, plates. ,
To Medical Practitioners this Map will be an acquisel.-
tion.-[London Medical and Surgical Journal.]1
A Synoptical Chart of the Diseases of the Eye ; with
their order, class, seat, symptoms, causes and treatment. I
Pricc 2s 6d. 8
Much pains bavebeen taken in the noeological arrange-
ment; [Medico. Chit. Review.] n
A Map ot the Nerves and Blood Vessels of the Head, i
sho./ing their connexion with the organs of sight ard I
hearing. Price, colored, $1 5ou plates. ,
A View of the Great Sympathetic Nerve,, exhibiting the
Semilunar Gauglion and Solpr Plexus, the derangement
or which is a frequent cause of many obscure diseases of
the Eye and Ear. Price Is, colored. Sold by I
my25 WM. A COLMAN, 205 BroAdway.
h bers, ever desirous for the accommodation of their
friends and the public, have opened an office at 34 Wall
street, In the New Building of the Sank of the United
States, where they offer lor sale every article of Stationasy
and Account Books, of the best and choicest qualities.
As they have an Agent resident in Europe, they are en.
abled to offer 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 le s prices than hitherto.
Banks. Insurance Offices, Merchants, and all others
who ate in want of sets or single Books, Ruled, Pilinted,
and Bound to particular patterns, can be supplied at short
notice, and the quality and price warranted to suit.
New York, May 20,1839 wy 24
5 200 Broadway, have this day opened in store, one.
thousond pieces of Musiin, for bookbinders, among which
are new and beautiful patterns. Imported from England,
arnd r.ffered for sale in quantities to suit purchasers.
my24 3tio .
S\ARLYLE'S ESSAYS -Critical and Miscellaneous
SEssays, by Thomas Carlyle, in2 vols. 12mio., for
sale by S. COLMAN, 8 Astor House. Imy2o]
{UBERTSON'S NEW BOOK-Francia's Reign of
1 Teiror ; being a Sequel to Letters on Pataguay, by
J P & W P Robertson, In 2 vo!s, 12mo. For sale by,
inm 27 WLEY &PUTNAM, .l61 Broadway.
J UST liublishe1 No 1 of '1HE JACK DOWNING
PROSPECTUS.-The subscriber proposes to publish, in
weekly numbers, and send by mail to all paits of the
country, the peculiar and amusing wiftings of the Origi.
nal Author of "Major Jack Downing's Letters."
The first series will consist of John Smith's Letteis, with
Picters to match: containing-
Reasons why John Smith should not change his Name;
Miss Debby Smith's Juvenile Spirit; A Chapter on Ani-
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 Picters,' from origi.
nal designs, engraved en steel, and will contain about 36
pages of letter press, with a suitable cover.
Terms.-Single numbers 121 cents, payable en delivery.
Five copies 'f 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.
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'HOUSE WANTED-A two story genteel 1:2 E. G TUCKER, M. D., DENTIST, Success
lo House for a small family, is wanted In a gcnteel tt Dr. Kimble. No. 3. Park place. Doctor Tucker'com
|EIREpart of the city-if up town, cn or near anomni- pileted his Profeslonal Studies under the able and ef
iii *^bus line. The tent must be low, but will be paid f0iient Instruction of Harwood k Tucker, of Bioston ; sdi
promptly, and the best care will be tlke h of the house, having been extensively en-aged, as well in the mecben-,
Those having such house will state therent and situtionl ical, as the surgical department cf dental practice, has
directed, 1315 upper post office. h7. determined upon making the city of New Yomk ids plaes -
"permanent- residence.
--, FOR StALlK OR TO LEASE, No 656 Broad- To those w m
way-The highly finished mTedern three story d To tose whi bs t o s ch e now ree.e.t
brick House and Lot, 28 f-eet front and rear, by. tew York ,Aie3, er183e.#, -
111R"201) leetdCep, with two story brick stable on the .ew .ork April 13, t f183. lo
rear(on Crosby street.) The house was built by days' "is-" I. ..oeaveto pre h ,long To
work, of the best materials, and is replete with all the ie- timona fro Dr. Kimball:
cent iTprovement3, and conveniences. A large amount DOCTOR KIMBALL, in relinquishing his.practice as
of the purchase money mv remain on bond and aoLt. a Dentist, begs leave to riffer lits heartfelt dcknowledg
gage for it term of years.Frlrhr )riLarcc
gage f a t o years.. For further .par wlarsKc, ter4he distinguished, as well as very extensive pal.
apply to Mi N. J&ARVJS, No 153 Mulbaryo street, er at toae hc ehsejvd h iyo e ok
the 'sales room of the subscribers. -u r' r at tronage, which he .asenjoyed Min theciy ol New York.
wrtKmvs U.JCm f, cn '-= -- Ar' p 'Hlo s ceeisor, E4 1 TUCKER, MX D., who hastaken,,
y- dWIL .f : OLINS & CO. Auctlofeel, i is station at No. 1h Park place, at the express .olc.lt-
d_ 17 Broad, st. t ion of Dr. Kimball himself, he now introduces, without re.
S TO LET-The upper Dart of an 'eganti two .serve and without hesitation, as a gentleman, wib, inb
1 story dwelling house, a short distance above Ca.4 every way, from his high professieial education and his
lgf"lnastreet-, to a small family. One without rblfd. 'signal skill in manipulating, is entitled to the fulle't re-
w.I4 ri ftn waldhbe preferred. For further particular spot and confidence of the public. DR. TUCKEIB,
apply, with uldixeeltlonable references, to frum his own successful practice,-jus:ly stands amnpit,
nylltt -- L. 8 HERMAN, 142Fulton st: the moateminentoperatorsin the country. i
SPLENDID'COUNTBIaiRAT BFn SALs e H Baagfacturea that kind of mtneral teeth which Dr.
SP The MNsID V oUNT SEA FOaRe VlSaLE.od Kimbalf used in his ve y extensive practice The beauty
Th ion of the late chancellor Sanford, of these teeth, as well astheir durability- in a word, thvir.
with thn adjacepi, sronwds, at Flushin,, .Lng. resemblance to sat.e-.has given. very general land do -
"- 1 Island, will sh.rtlbe offredforsal. The .ied -ssfaction
,] h o se b u ilt o f b ric k .. a no iasle W n ot tm ur Mi e s t sa ction' "..
..os bsi a b. ani i .o n- Many other gentlemen in New York, on the ground o
passed by any private residence In the country, t general dentiatry,- have a clear and undo-bt"ed'c l im to"
.pintof extent andconvenience, and in thediabltyarbad .tle...
bea'it of its structure It can now be thnoroughly.veta- ihe professional (and he. will adel the confidence) ofl Dr.
,a: d -osirous t puchse .. s 1a ;but certainly no feeling cf wonslderation to.,
mineuby persons desrous to purchase, Wards them couldnhisjugmeju ifyim with.
The woods adjoining the ma'oon may be easily con- ,s holding from hissuccessor, TUCK thiie
veted into a spacious park.. Thesituation is, in all pr-eminence In the comnositon, structure and arangd.
specter, eligible, being in a healthy ]ocation -within e-bht: ment ortifcial teeth, whih he h.s hel, mulatever -
rniled fri..n the city the site elevated, andwitb a ca hold as one of the most difficult, as wella'.important, de-
mandin. g prospect, and the peogbboond embelli ned ,ate.ts of iT U.Gray.
'wit.h deiightro I couritny seats, in thehies state ofcuilL pat tmen.o ETLSaa.
vaLion. '' "t et highest stae o Dr. Kimball will merely 'add, in justification of his ac-
As lt presumed pththe premises will be-examied comishd suecessot as well as himself, that this recon.
by persons desirous to purchase, no farther description of mendation is unsolicited, and that, in the issue, be has nO
the property is deemed nec.swry. -: y2-tf I New York, Aprin 2,1839.
T u LET'. 'TThe-new thr6e story buck --ioUse, Testimonial from Doctors Harwood k Tucker, of Bos.
No 89 Kighthstreet, belew the Fifth Avenue. It ton.
ijll s finished in-thebest style, with marble' matitel We have carefully perused the above recommendation
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Extraetifrom the NaturHMe tory aindc Fiuery
ef Sperm WA4,e, by T1homaa Bet., Si.-"
gfee,. -- \* -
WHALE. '- '-
Th he. ad of the sperm whae peQAMt in front a
ery thiek bluint extremity, called the snout or nose, .
ind consttiutes about one-third of4ih whole length
of the animef; at its junctiono with, 1e body is a -
arge protuberance on the ,ick, called by the.-
aler.- t W "urh Sis heck.-; immedjatily
eh thid r awt Wihat might e benmed the shouL.
ler.-"s he'thi-eAFt pait of the body,.whieh from
his point gradually taper offwA rh4 tail but-it does
itt become much smaller for About other third
if the whole length, when te','mat,'esit is
tailed,t titil., cMmn&ces; .id at ibis point aSio,
i fhde back, I a large pyoaoi c. of a pyramidal
orm, called the "h11np,".frm twhih a series of
mnaler processes run half wvy down the -small,.-
or tail, constituting what -ciad li y the whalers
he "ridge." The body e4 acikaes mpgc,
16 to become finally, nmerlicker than the body ofa
nan, and terminates by becowipg expanded on the
Tides into the flukes,"' or tail, proWpdry speaking.
rhe two fluke coawmtae a large triangular firji',re..
.embing in"m me respect the tail of fishes, but dif-
erig in beiug placed horizontally; there is a
light notch or depremin=, bewweei the flies, -,
osteniorly-they are about six or eight feet in7
ength, and from twelve to Fourtn "in breadth, in.
he largest maler. The cheat and belly are nar-
-ower than the broadest part of the back and Lta-
per off evenlyand beaautfuly towards the til..git-
ng what- by-sailors is termed a clear run ;"--the
lepth 9 the head, mnd of'the body, in all parts ex6
pept the tail, is greater than the width. The head,
viewed in tront, presents a btrad, somewhat flat-
toned surface, rounded and contracted abov.'Von.
tideraby-expanded on the sides, ad g~adlly
contrated beltw,'oat in some deareeto attain a
resemblance to the cutwaieir ofa'jup.. -
In the right side of thnosegnd apper surface .

luid,~ ~~ _9ic,,a, upperh, cntr int' e
Of the head,*d a large, almost (oangular..haped #a-
vity, eiIled -by whaler (the "cae," whiqh is line4
With, bea-tifil, listening. membrane, and dover-
ed by a thicE layer of muscular fibres. ad, small.
endows.1running ini. iouq directions,,and fiaalls
united by comIon lltaegumioens. This- cavity -is
or the purpose of secreting and containing an oily
i, which,l deth, 'Concretino a gralmla5-
ed subs; nce of a yItowi h -e' the spermacet!
The size of the case may be estimated, When it is
stated that -in a larj.1 w 6J. i,-not infrequently
onitains a tou,0 or more than te large barrels ef
Ipeor aceti! .. *, .. --. .. -
Be neath theae akrind nostril, and projecting be.
pond the lower jaw,- ,s a thiek imassof elastic sub-'
tance called ,be "j!uik,;" it is formed ofi a densiv-
:enular tstuie *tr-egibhfeud by- n14u ous -hr6na
endinous fibreq. amA afit-a v *th very fine
perm o.il and ee'mtlt ti t, '.
emo.eh utv nearly the 'who e .eigth of
he ad. The throat is capacious enough to give
ias&ge to the body of a ma ; Ai ths respect pro.
tentinog strong contrast-With Ahe conrraeled gullet
of the Greenland ,.whate. BeH d, and hot 'ar
rom the postriopr .angle-of -tk moittth, are placi d
"he .wimmin n, paw,. fi' w .A 'kA a A n .ga
oth-dfe 6 W~atiojw-;a t oe itiecsf
Ttheri a&-strm iof "-.;1 W ey- arm Ot
uh asfct TrstHi/enfio proMresoin but'piv.
Ify isivir a ,'etio'"t "nai Motion in l)Pian-
i0g the Jy m Bikirig' Ik detily, a 0nd 0onai-
I iasupportnngibheir y6ang. :
Ia full frown male sperni5hfiu, 9rf the ,r-/
SaB.<, the depthel -of ead rN f t le'" t olntpr '.
het,-aredth-frot fv e to ix feet,.-drpth of body
6.eVlV pr (ounrteqn leit,-the swimming pawsR, 9
tiiarq.Aboglfeettioug anti three broad.
Oneolf. .. pt fuliaditis of tl64aap-elm whale, 7
*hpch strrkes ap first silht soery behafder, is the
'pparenly. di9propo'tiotuaitl d wenialdly bulk of
be head; ,i. 1 shoioeculiariLy,'ir(eid ofWing, as
might be *pp4tic af .mpedsm ut" hU. "iclnibopien jq. hi dttiein hkemt, isn -
f4c( ,the nionLrary -,- a pst eonda.
:Cive to his lightL1eAs ahigility, if such a term can
With propriety be applied to .such-a, enormous
featuree: for a. greaterpart of the- bulk of the
nbed isnade fR 6 a iggh m 'e"mbranouhase,
niarti aurnn a ihimanoil ofrmach less pe-
ihji gravity I0^i wet.r, below wich-h agait is
,h-jttiK, whitih, allho0h AvAvier tban the sperma
s whtde moves;, cnsequen8ly8 headtaken as a
whole, is lighterespiclcinclly than any other part of
the body, and will always have a tendency tl rise
at ledst so far above the urfacg -as ( woJ^v~ale the
nostril, or "'To;w-hofl,' suffcieeqtjy f: all1urpo-
sesof respiuatir6 i and more ihan ,lhis, .a, very
slight effort on lhe part of .lcfiei wft d wly be
necessary t0 raise the wh6je orthe antenor ioat
surface of the nose out of (he "rater: in case 4he
aritmal should wish to increase his speqd. to the
uimost, the harrow inferniqr s-rte whi has been
before stated to bear some resemblance to the .cut-
water of a ship, and which would' in fact answer
tihe same purpose to the Whale, would be the only
part exposed to the pressure o(f the weter in front,
enabling-him thus to pass with the greatest celeri-
ty and eas through the boundless tirscl ofhis wide
domain. '
In young whales the black skin," as i( is
called, is about three.eights of an inch thick, but
in, old ones at is not more than One-eighth, Im-
mediately beneath the black skin is the- blubber or
fat, which is contained in a cellular membrane,
and which is much strengthened by numerous in-
lertacementnof lijamentous fibres, which has in-
duced Profe~snr ,Jacob to consider the whole

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...X1Tne "d~iwnbaek,1* d went heard t night near the
"ship, c ,nvinces the lsten.g watch ofthe species to
which it-belongs. In a large bull" sperm whale,
the time consumed in making one inspiration and
one expiration, or the space fr'om.ithbiierminati.n
of one spout to that of another, isaten seconds;
during six of which the nostril is Ventathli the sur-
face of the water, the inspiration occupying oie,
and the expiration tree seconds, and- at each
breathing time the whale makes from sixty to
seventy expirations, and remains, therefore, at the
surface ten or eleven minute,. At the termination
of this breathing time, or, as wtfiTers say, when he
had his "sp-utiigs out," the head sinks slowly,
the small," or the part between the "hump" and
"flukes," appears above the water, curbed, with
the convexity upwards; the flukes are then lifted
high into the air, end the animal, having assumed
a straight position, descends perpendicularly to an
"unknown depth :-this act is performed with regu-
larity and slowness, and is called by the whalers
peaking the flukes."
The whale continues thus hidden beneath'the
surface for an hour and ten minutes. It we then
take into consideration the quantity of time that
the full grown sperm whale consumes in r, spira-
Stion, and also the time he takes- in searching for
food, and performing other acts below the surface
of the ocean, we shall find, by a trifling calcula-
tion, that the former bears proportion to the latter,
ai one to seven.
The food of the sperm whale consists almost
wholly of an animal of the cuttlefish kind, called
by sailors the "squid," and by naturalists the
sepia octopus." This at least forms the principal
part of his sustenance when at a distance from
shore, or what is termed off-shore ground ;" but
Snearer land, he has been known, when mortally or
severely wounded, to eject-from his stomach quan-
tities of small fish. It would be difficult to believe
that so large and unwieidly en animal could ever
catch a sufficient quantity of such small animals,
if he had to.pursue them individually for his food ;
and I am not aware that either the filh he some-
times lives upon, or the squid, have ever been
found in shoals, or closely congregated, except
in.ona solitary instance recorded byCaptain Col-
It appears, from all the observations I have been
enabled to make, that when this whale is inclined
to feed, he descends to a certain depth below the
surface of the ocean, and there remains in as quiet
a state as possible, opening. his-narrow etongited
mouth until the lower jaw hangs down perpen-
Atulaarly, or at right angles 'with the body.. The
roof of- his mouth, the tongue, and especially the
teeth, being of a bright glistening white color, must
of course present a remarkable appearance, which
seems to be the incitement by which his prey are
attracted ;- and when a sufficient number, I am
strongly led tosuppose, are within the mouth, he
.. rapidly closes his Jawand swallows the contents;
which is not the only instance of animals obtain-
ing their prey by such means, when. the form of
their bodies, from unwieldliness or some other
cause, prevents them from securing their prey by
the common method of -the chase. The sperm
whale is subject to several diseases, one of which
is a perfect, or imperfect, loss of sight. A whale
"perfectly blind was taken by Captain Swain of the
Sarah and Elizabeth ; both eyes of which were
completely disorganized, the orbits being occupied
by fungous masses, protruding considerably, ren-
dering. it certain that the whale must have been
deprived of vision for a long space of time: yet,
notwithstanding this, the animal was quite as fat,
and produced as much oil, as any other ofi the
same siz!. Besides blindness, this whale is frq-
quently subject to defrmity of the lower jaw: two
instances of w'ich I have seen myself, in which
Sthe'deformity was so great as to render it impossi.
ble for the animal t0 find the jaws useful in catch-
ing small fish, or evais one might have supposed,
in deglutition; yet these whales possessed as much
blubber, and were as rich in oil, as any of a simi-
lar size I hve seen. before or since.

A Pee*t Calculatien concen te time employ.
ed in Shaving; awe 9kek that night be made
of it, -From THN DocToR, Vol. Linden, 1838.
The poet Campbell is said to have calculated
that a man, whoshaves himself every day, and lives
to the age of threescore an4 ten, expends during
his -life as much time in the act of shaving, as
would have sufficed for learning seven languages.
0 But I will test (as an American would
say,--though let it be observed in passing, that I
do not advocate the use of Americanisms,)-,-I will
test Mr. Campbell s assertion. And as the Lord
President of the New Monthly Magazine has not
favored the world with.the calculations upon which
his assertion, if his it be, is founded, I will investi-
gate it, step by step, with which intent I have this
morning,- Saturday, May the 15tl, 1830; minuted
myself during the act -. o "
The time employed was, within a second or two
more or less, nine minutes.
I neither hurried the operation, nor lingered
about it. Every thing was done in my ordinary,
orderly way, steadily, and without waste of time.
A professional operator makes quicker work;
but he cannot be always exactly to the time, and
at the year's end as much may have been lost in
waiting for the barber, as 1s gained by his.-celerity
of hand. ....
Assuming then the moderate average of nine
minutes, nine minutes, pet day amount to an
hour and three minutes per week; an hour
and three minute -per week are fifty hours

thirty-six minutes per year. We will suppose that -
our shaver begins to operate every day when he
has completed his twentieth year; many, if not
most men, begin earlier, they will do so if they are
ambitious of obtaining whiskers; they must do so if
their beards are black, or carroty, or of strong
growth. There -are then fifty years of daily
shaving to be computed; and in that time he will
have consumed two thousand seven hundred and
thirty hours in the act of shaving himself.
Now let us see whether a man could in. that
time acquire a competent knowledge .of seven
I do not of course mean such a knowledge as
Prof. Person and Dr. Elmsley. had attained of
Greek, or as is possessed by Bishop Bloomfield
and Bishop Monk,-but a passable knowledge of
living languages, such as would enable a man to
Sead them with facility and pleasure, if not criti-
cally, and to travel without needing either an in-
terpreter-or the use of Frenha in the countries
where they ars spoken.
.Dmviding, therefore, two thousand seven hundred
and thirty, being the number of hours which might
be appropriated to learning languages, by seven,
the number of languages to be learnt, we have
three hikndred and ninety hours far each language;
three hundred and ninety lessons of an hour long,
-wherein it is evident that any person of common
capacity might with common diligence learn to
speak, read and write sufficiently well for all ordi-
tiary purposes, any.European language. The as-
sertioi, therefore, though it might seem extrava-
gant at first, is true as far as it gbes, and is only
inaccurate because it is far short of the truth.
For take notice, that I did not strop the razor
this morning, but only passed it, after the opera.
Stion, ten or twelve times over the palm of the hand,
according to my every day practice. Ono minute
minore at LJeast would hav .beeeon qired forstrop.
ping. There are many men whose beards render
i necessary for them to apply to the strop every
day, and fr a longer time; and who are obliged
to try first' ne razar and then another. But let us
allow only a ipinute for this-one minute a day
amounts to #ix hours five minutes iu the year; and
in fifty years to three hundred and four hours
and ten minutes,-lime enough for an eighth lan-
- Ooserve also, that some languages are so easy,

Offce, No. .ili Wall street, corner of Broad st.

By the Portsmouth, Capt. Wilson, from Liver-
pool, whose arrival we announced yesterday, we
receive London dates to the 29th and Liverpool to
the 30th ult. No political events of importance
had occu red since former advices. Lord Dirham
had made his appearance at Court. The Chartists
were holding meeting for military drills in various
parts of England. Mr. Gro'e, the member for
London, had determined not to bring forward his
motion for the vote by ballot this year.
The Liverpool Standard and Times, of the 30th
of April, publishes the Agreement between Gen.
Scott and Governor Harvey, in relation to the
North Eastern Boundary, carried out by the Inde-
pendence and Cambridge, both of which ships ar-
rived at Liverpool on the 29th April.
The crops in England promise an abundant har.;
vest. This anticipation has kept down the price of
The packets are byrirging out large numbers of
steerage passengers. One of them is said to have
received eleven hundred pounds from this source
Mr. Ewart has gained his seat as member of
Parliament for Wigan, after a tedious inquiry.
LIVERPOOL. April 30.
A division is to take place in the House
of Commons on Friday next, of cohsidetable
importance, whether viewed in connexion with
the question at issue, or the political conse-
quences likely to result from the division. The
q iestion is the providing of a government for the
Island of Jamaica, in the place'of the House of As
sembly, which has abdicated its functions, rather
than carry into effect the Imperial Act for the pro-
tection of the negroes, called the Prison Act; and
upon this question Sir Robert Peel has arranged
to divide the House, in such a manner as to gave
those who wish to turn against ministers, an op-
portunity of doing so.
For several years after the British Parliament
and people ha1 decreed the nbolition of slavery,
and had paid the suns of 20,000,000 pounds to effect
thai obj ct, the Jamaica House or Assembly, in
aotfiance of the terms of the agreement pcrsisted
in inflicting, or what is the s&tme thin, in allow-
ing to be itflcted alter repeated remonstrances of
the Marquis of Sligo, cruel, unmanly, and illegal
punishments on the unfortunate negroes. Amongst
these punishments was the fl giving of females
and the touring inflictions on -the tread--
Swheel. After two or three years of unpunished
cruelty, the feelings of the British Parliament and
people were effectually ronsed, and an Act was
passed called the Prison Bill, virtu lly taking the
government of the persons out of the hands of the
planters. One effect of thit measure has been to put
an end to the detetable cruelties formerly Ferpe-
trated with the knowledge of the House of Assem-
bly; another, to rouse that Assembly to an. open
defiance of the Home Government, and to in-
duce it positively to refuse to exercise any of its
functions until the bill is repealed, and the ne-
groes are agin handed over to its tender mer-
cies. For three sessions it has persisted in this
conduct, until at last the Home Government has
been compelled to call on Parliament for power to
govern the island by other me ins, and to sus*
pend the functions of the House of Assembly
for five years. In the opinion of Sir Robert Peel,
neither repeated violations of -the Emancipation
Act, nor the contumacy of the Jamaica Legisla-
ture; is sufficient to justify this measure, and he
therefore proposes to divide the House upon it,
nominally for the purpose of giving the Jamaica
House another trial, but really for the purpose of
defeitirg Ministers by the aid. of the ultra-Ridi-
cals. Considering the temper of these gentlemen,
it is not improbab e that he will succeed. Should
he do so, we shall have a change of Ministers
ind a dissolution of Parliament. The friends of
Ministers and of the cause of humanity will no
doubt make great efforts to support them and carry
the measure, but we are far from sanguine as to the
LONDON, April 29, 1839.
The most imp riant feature in the Money Mar-
ket of today is thit the B ink continues to press
Exchequer Bills upon the market, which, und r
the existing circumstances of the commercial coin-
munity, is at. present, perhaps, -the-safest mode t-
adopt with a view tn govern the money market.
The premium upon Exchequer Bills hns, in conse-
sequsnce, fallen to 40, and on India Bonds to 44.
This has, however, had no effect upon the funded
debt, the quotations of which have closed steadily
at the rates ot yrsterday. Consols left off at
93 a 1 8 for money, and 93 1-8 a 1 4 for time. The
Three-and a Half per Cent. Reduced Annuiiies
are 992-3 a 100, and the New Thr, e-and-a-Hdlf
per Cents 101 a 1-8 for money. -Bank Stock is
quoted at 197 1 4 money.
DVTT Ou COTTON.-The Greenock Chamber of
Commerce having petitioned the British Govern-
"sinnt for a repeal of the duty on cotton wool, the
Chairman received the following reply:
-"Downing street, April 17, 1839.
"Sir-I am desired by the Chancellor of the

Exchequer to acknowledge the receipt of a memo-
rial, signed by you on behalf of the Chamber of
Commerce at Greenock, praying that a measure
may be. carried through Parliament for repealing
the duty on the importation of co-ton wool. In re-
ply, 1 am directed by the Chancellor of the Ex-
chiquer to state to you, that it would give him
much pleasure-to think that the state of the finan-
ces of this country was such as to admit of the re.
duction which the Chamber of Commece propose;
but that under present circumstances he can see no
prospect of being able to give that relief to the
manufacturer which it is the object of the memo-
rial to obtain.
"I beg you .will communicate this reply to the
Chamber of Commerce at Greenock. 1 have the
honor- to be, sir, your most obedient servant,
LIVERPOOL, Monday, April 30.
CoTTror MAIKIE.-The market continues very quiet.-
The sales- today will only amount to 1500 bales, including
-40 Egyptian at l3d ; 200 Surat at 61 a 71 ; 60 Cears at 9fd ;
the relnainder Amemicans at $ a 9id. There is no farther
chance in price since Friday. The saleson Saturday were
1000 bags.
LIVERPOOL, April 27.

ha Lo, o1, City 12 o clock, May S.
SThere has been On increased demand for money
this morning ftor-tommerciat discounts, and the
rate may be quoted 4j per cent. per annum. In.
the Stock Exchange it is also wanted, and from 3
tu 4 per cent. has been paid, notwithstanding
which Consols are rather higher, being for Money
931 sellers, and for the Account 931 to I. Ex-
chequer- Bills 42 to 44 premium. Bank Stock
197 to "
Two o'clock.
Consols are 93J, sellers for the Account, with a
firm appearance.-l Courier.l
LONDON, Tuesday, April 30.
A dullness pe'vades business generally: the transac-
tions in.produee eince the 24th instant have been on a very
limited scale, and.prices have rather a declining tendency.
Cochineal 2d lower; the sales embrace 50 bags Mexican,
from 56. 6d. to 6s. 2d. for silver.
No sales of Foreign Coffee ; holders will not give way,
but to make any progress in realizing, lower prices would
have to be submitted to.
The Corp market is still in an unsettled ptate, with oc.
casional fluctuations in price; the duty on Foreign Wheat
remains 10s 81 per qr and Flour 6s 6d pet batirel-the
quotations of the latter are nominally 361 to 38s.
Cotton dull and drooping, as-no improvement manifests
itself in the demand for Yarns or Goods.
Little doing in Hides or Hemp.
Indigo is steady, but not much has beef doing since the
sale; the feeling, however, is good towards tte article.
British Iron is somewhat firmer at L10 5s to LI0 ICe.-
No change in Foreign, either here or at Gothenburg.
Linseed Oil 2h per cwt.
Opium and Rice without change.
RaW Silk in more general demand, in which both China
and Bengal have par;r:cipated.
Saltpetre quiet. Spelter has declined to L!9 per ton.
Spices-Tne Cinnamon sales, consils'ing of 840 pack.
ages, have passed very heavily, ar.d about two thirds on.
ly sod; first quality Ceylon 7s 3d to s 6d, second 5s 4d
to 6s 2d, thirds 4s Id to 6s Id, being 41 to 6d lower on the
first, and from %d to 4d lower on the seconds and thirds
about 1,15) bales are just arrived. Pepper apd Pimento
are less inquired fur. In other articles no change.
Sugar is quiet; a cargo of white Maceio has been sold
afloat, for uenoa, at 33s per cwt., but with thst exception
scarcely a .sale. made: white Havana held firmly. The
St. Petersburg market has improve,, and there are few
sellers there ; Bo. 27 to Ro. 27j asked.
Tea-The next sale is fixed for 6th May, to consist of
12,200 packages, weighing about 6,16e,000 lbs, for which
buyers prefer waiting. No later advices from Canton.
Tin held firmly at79s for Banca.
'Tobacco very steady at our recent quotations.
Turpentine finmer;'good quality would bring 14s per
cwt, and a small lot perhans-a trifle more.
Wool goes off regularly to the trade at the previous cur-
STOCKS-Alabama 5 per cent, 1863, 80; ditto Sterling
Bonds, 6 per cent, 1859, 90 Florida 6 per cent 95. 1111i.
noilseb per cent, 1870, 92. Indiana 5 per cent. 1864, 82. dit.
to Sterling, 94. Kentucky 6 percent, 1868. 92. Louisiana
Sterlna Bonds, 5 per cent, 1844 to '152, 92 Massachu.
setts Sterling, 5 per cent, 1868, 102; ditto Dollar Stock, 5
per cent, 1858, 9i Mi sissippi Sterling Bonds, a per cent,
1858. 93. New York State 6tock. 5 per cent, 1945 to
1860, 90 to 92; ditto City, 5 per cent 1851 to 1860, 87. Oto
State Stock, 5 per cent, 1850 to 186,Y, 96 to 98. Pennsylvw-
nia State Stock, 5 per cent, 1854 to 1865, 90 to 92. Stuth
Carolina State Stock. 5 per cent, 95. Upper Canada Ster-
ling, 5 percent, 91. United States Bank Shares, L24 to
L24 5s In American Stocks the transactions ate lim-
ed. -
LIVERPOOL.May I, (evening.)
COTTON MARKET-The sales today amount to ,000 bags,
Including 400 American for speculation,and 400 tor export.
Prkes are just the same as at the close of last week-120
Egyptian 131, 20 Maranham 9,30 Pernams-91, and the re-
mamin.er Americans 7j to 9j.
Ships sailed-Sarah Sheafe, NYork; Russell, NYork;
Shepherdess, Boston.
Since our last, 500 lbs Yellow Candle Tillow, of first
quality, sold at 124r, cash, for May and June; and 1000
boxes White Havana Sugar, 1 127r.
AMSTERDAM. April 27.
Yesterday, were sold at auction, 140 b4ils let ad 2d and
3d qualities New York Pot Ashes at 161fl, and 41 brile Bos-
ton do. at 16tl. -
ROUEN, April 27.
Wheat sells at 21 to 22f per hectolitre.

THADDrUs BETTS, (Whig) has been chosen
United States Senator from-Connecticut. On
Tuesday last, the concurrent vote of the Senate con-
firmed the previous decision of the Lower House in
his favor.
NECTICUT.--The Senate of Connecticut on Tues-
day afternoon-concurred with the House in the
election of the Hon. Mr. Betts, as U. S. Senator,
for six yeats. The vote stood as follows :
Thaddeus Betts, (Whig) -. 12
Roger M. Sherman, (Whig) 1
Ralph I. Ingersoll, (Loco. Foceo) 8.

A slip from the office of the Richmond Whig

dated yesterday, gives
M-embers of
Henry A, Wise
John Hill
John M. Botts
Charles.F. Mercere
Win. L. Goggin
John Taliafero"
-R.-M. T. Hunter
James Garland.

Congress Elected.
Van Buren.
John W. Jones
Joel Hollem-in
Francis E. Rives
George C. Dromgoolo
Linn Barnks
SWaitt.rCote -..
William Lucas
Robert Cruig

To these we must add G. B. Samuel, and L.
Steinrod, both Van Buren, the latter chosen in the
place of Morgan, (V. B)
In the State Senate the Whigs have already
gained two members and hope for more.
In the House of Delegates the Loco Focos will
have a majority.
The counties yet to be heard from were repr-
sented, in the last House of Delegates, by twenty-
two Whigs and Conservatives, and twenty-four
Loco Focos.. -

The Hon. Ezekiel Churchill, of the county of
Milwaukie, has resigned his seat in the Wisconsin
A Convention of the Whig Young Men of
Massachusetts is to be held at Worcester on the
llth of September.

[From the St. .Augustine .News 18th inst.]
Sam Jones (Apiak,) sent in a deputation of
.about 20 Indians to Lieut. Col. Hnrney, at Key
Biscayne, inconsequence of an interview with run-
ners sent into the enemy's camp by order of Gen.
Macomb. Apiaka would have come in proper
person, but sent a very polite apology to Col. Har-
ney in explanation of his absence. Sam is a wag
in his own way. -Chittee Emathla (Snake Law-
yer,) and Ochee Hajo (Mad Gnat,) are the rnp-
resent(tives of the tribe Seminole proper, and ac-
companied Col. Harney in the steamer Isis on their
way to Fort King. They are of Sam Jones's
party, and have been sent by him to communicate
with the General-in-Chief.
SThe following is the substance of an order issued
to the commanders of districts, &c. respecting the
A-.. 4.. J J .- i&_ n. L :--- 0 --- -. -

The sales of Cotton this week include 0 bale iSea Isl. enemy, unuer nate or ftenth Inst., from head quar-
-amd at 24 a ,9d -; stained at iiJ a 17d ; P080 bonded at 8o tears at fort King':
a 9j; 850 Mobile at 71 a lOd ; 2200 New Orleans 71 a 10. Major General Macomb, having invited the
Carolina Rice has been more Inquired for and 1(10 tce. fine h i Indian ii h F i
new have been sold at 40. ; the aJe of Cochineal metwh hostile Indans to vi him a Fort Kn, and they
poor success ; 1Wichests of Indigo were offered r.t public having already shown their willingnets to do so,
sale, but there appeared no disposition to buy without a directs that all scouting and active hostile opera-
coniderable reduction ; 40 tons Campeachy wood sold at tons be suspended until further orders. If it be
Ll 10. necessary to pass from one post to another, or to
STILL LATER FROM ENGLAND. move about in the vicinity of a station, the officers
TIL, LATE FRO E ^and soldiers so engaged will be instructed to keep
Th. packet ship Samson, Capt. Sturges, left in the road, which the Indians will understand to
Portsmouth on the 4th of May, and brings us pa- he for a friendly purpose, and not to molest or de-
pera from that place to the day of sailing, and from stroy them."
L don to theevening of the 2d. The express rider between Fort Faaning and
London to theevening of the 2d. Fort White was fired upon by the Indians on the
West India affairs are assuming an importance 9th instant. fIe escaped with loss of horse and
in the political world, accoutrements.
The news from the Eist is warlike. The Turk- From Furt King, of the 9th irst. we leain that a
ish forces are said to have crossed the frontier of Micasukee sub-chief came in at that post,accompa-
is 1nied by seven warriors, and held a long talk with
Syria, notwithstanding the pacific assurances of the Gen. Macomb. He seemed delighted with the
Divan to the Three European powers. Russia has prospect of peace, and said he would return in a
un nmn .... ;.. .t r: ..... _:.:__ .t. ...... ..- n few days with his whntl ,,amn, .^nn;i.:'~ ..i

'T'nu PES~YurVT Cfiwcit.I-The New School
GeneraliAssembly adjourned on Tuesday after-
noon, to meet in the First Presbyterian Church,
Philadelphia, on the third Tuesday in May, 1840.

school on board the U. S. ship Ohio, is w ll spoken
of in a letter dat.d: Mahlion, March 30. The pu-
pil apprentices,54 in number, are saiu to le-well
behaved, intelligent lads, who give every promise
of becoming good seamen, perhaps officers. The--
writer adds-
They are under thetxclusivc charge of Lieuten-
ant Gansevoort. who takes great interest in them,
as dre, indeed, all the officers of the bhip. The
boys are divided into two watch, one attendink
school while the other is employed-in the ordinary
duties ofthe ship. They thus attend school every
other day. Their schoolmaster, who, by the way
is very capable, having been a public teacher in the
United States, reports favorably of their attention
and impro-ement. They will', I think, ,btain as
goo.l an. education as boys generally get -at our
public schools.
They are taught reading, writing, aiiihmetic,
navigation and composition; some specimens o0
the latter, which have been shown to me, written
by the elder boys, were really very creditable to
the writers. They are allowed to go on shore on
lib nrty as a reward for good conduct, and thus far
but one or two have required any punishment.
They have the free use of the ship's library, and
most of them are very devoted readers.

We learn from Pniladclphia, that a large f rgery
has jusL Ibeen detected there, the particulars of
which are as follows :-A Mr. J. Meace arrived in
that city a short time since, and introduced him-
self as junior partner in the firm of R. L. Coleman
& Co,.of Tennessee, a highly respect able and well
knownhouse, exhibiting at the same time a letter
of credit on Messrs. Maurin & Co. of New Or-
leans, for S10 000, and letters of introduction from
Mr. Coleman, his pretended partnmr.- Under these
circumatarmces, Meace vas enabled to make I.arge
purchases of goods, paying for them in drafts on
Maurin & Co: New Orleans, which he finally snip-
ped per brin zwan to that port, and consigned to
the abovehIoie. The house of Heberton, Heiskill
& Hopkins, Ilt somewhat suspicious, and writing
by express totheir correspondent at NQw Orleans,
were informed in reply, that -Messrs. Maurin &
Co. knew nothing of the individual alluded to-
that the lettirof credit was a f,,rgery, the drafts
valueless, anid the dealers completely defrauded in
the transaction.- [Courier.]

AN )TnsR MANSLAUGHTER.- -'he Coroner was
called yesterday to view the body of John Sulli-
van, lyint in the 4th Avenue, near 86th street, who
died on Tuesday night about 9 o'clock) "from a
con-estion of the brain, caused by blows inflicted
by Florence Sulalivan," in a pugilistic encounter
on the 27th instant,
The Coroner immediately issued a warrant for
the arrest of Sullivan, and the officers are now in
pursuit of him.

ser and Journal states that Dr. Hungerford, of
Troy, was instantly killed at the Falls on Monday
last. In company with Lindsey, the guide, he
had descended the Biddle staircase on the Ame-
rican side, and was standing near the water when
a mans of rock, weighing several tons, fell fl6 the
bank above, a height of some 150 feet, directly
upon him. '- Lindsey suffered a severe contusion
on his left arm, but was not otherwise injured.

MuRDR.zi.'-Mr J. F. M. Black was found mur
dered, soys the Grand Gulf Advertiser, on the road
side, about half a mile fQom the towh. Mr. Con-
ger, a planter, anrid two others are implicated..
Conger htasbecn held to beil, i.n the sum of $20,000,
POMPEI.-Pompeii is not a ruin, that is, not a
monument of crumbling and mouldering decay; it
is only a forsaken city. That the inhabitants had
time to fly and bear with them the greater part of
their possessions, is sufficient evident; but a few
perished, and they are brought to our notice in a
manner that readers their fate more impressive and
Here, in this villa, (his skeleton hands grasping
coins, and jewel,, and his coffer-key,) was found
the perished minter, stricken in his flight, and a
*lave behind him with silver and bronze vases:
then fled the shrieking family below to a sub.
terraneap pasmas mad thnr *tk.y peri;id, .lowry-
* perhaps, seveffl~n of them, mistress and hand-
maids, and faithful servants.
Here is a salder thing :-in a little circular-
roofed seat by t!e way-side, a kind of traveller's
resting:place, or a spot to which friends would
walk, and sit chatting in the shade, here was found
the skeleton ofa woman, and an infant skeleton in
her arms, (safety may the antiquarian write, a
mother,) and twb other children lay by her side ;
precious ornaments were found on all. Perhaps
she waited for tle lord she loved, or for her poor
handmaid, or, perhaps, the car was to return and
take her.
Here again, tear a porlico, was found some
miser, flying witb his heavy, strong-wrapped hoard;
the guide tells you it was a priest of Isis; and here,
in her temple, wts found other skeletons of men.

who staid to guard or worship her revered image ;
* and, lastly, in a prison or guard-honse were found
skeletons fastened and secured in stocks I -
However, my attempt to describe Pompeii comes
not within the compass of my plan or ability.
Here we follow the antiquarian with a silent and
thankful attention. We are taken by him into the
forum of ancient Romans, their temples, schools,
theatres; led alung their streets: introduced into
their houses, and shown the distribution and use of
their apartments, the laying out of their gardens ;
we see their bathe, their places of feasting, and
that of repose.
You stand befoxc their shops, and put your hand
on little counters of marble, one whereof has the
stain of a goblet's bottom; and where you lean,
hundreds of men have leaned in their times, to
take a drink, perhaps of vinegar and water, a
draught common among them, and most grateful
to the thirsty. You walk along the raised footway,
and mark in the carriage-road, the worn wheel-
track ; you cross a4 the stepping stones, and. think
of the listed toga; tou stop at the open spots where
streets meet and cioss, and look for the damsels
who came crowding with their urns to the conve-
nient wells.
The bake house, the wine-shop, and the cooks'
shops, exactly similar in plan to those I have seen
n Mocha and Djidda, with stoves and large vessels
for boiling and preparing food, are all to be found
in this silent city. You pass among the columns
df many temples: you enter the -hall of judgment,
and walk up between its Corinthian columns, and
look with suspicion on the raised tribunal, and
think about imperial decrees; you go into the
theatres, and then on, across a vineyard, to the
nooe amphitheatre and ascending to the top, gaze
out, and forget every .thing but the bright beauty of
the scenery; till turning to descend, you see where
the civilized Roman satrsmiling while the Numi-
dian lion tore the frame of his captive foe, perhaps
the brave, the blue-eyed Dacian; or frowning
upon his youngest son, who. at his first visit to the
.games, would look at times pale, and with an eye
dimmed by a tear; but not degraded by allowing it
to fall.
The sun declines; your coachman looks im-

Ti tdoAeCiMAKfs vai MR, SeCRrTA ott FOR
STTH.-An an'rin was brought before Judge In.;
giaham, on Tuesday, by Messrs. Bewster & Co.
against Mr. Secretary Forsyth, for the price of a
coich purchased of themrtwo years and a half ago.
The Scretary, it appears, received the carriage in
January, 1837, and sent on his old one to be re
paired, which was done. and the cirriage rr.
turned to Washington. When the Messrs. Brew.
ster presented their bill, Mr. Forsyth declined pay-
ing b cause the carriage was not delivered at the
specified time, and because he said he understo d
that the old carriage was to be taken in part pay-
ment. The Jury found a verdict for the plaintiffs,
for the whole amount claimed-8724 12.

that Colonel Johnson's Rocker won the $400 purse
yesterday, two mile heats, beating Clarion and
Hoosier, in the remarkable time of 3.48-3.46.
For the three mile purse of $800, to be run for
this day, Capt. Stockton's imported horse, Lang-
ford, Mr. Kendall's Master Henry, and Col. John.
son's Wonder, will start.
For the great four mile purse of $1500, on Fri-
day, Col. Johnson has already entered Boston,
Major McDaniel, Vashti, and Mr. -Laird, Decatur;
further entries are still expected. A two mile race
wili be run on the same day.
We are desired to state that the first race on
Friday will not come off until the arrival of the
morning cars from New York.-ICourier.I

MAPLE SUGAR.-According to a Sandusky,
Ohio, paper, one hundred tons of maple sugar, of
a purity and beauty equal to the finest Havana,
have been made in that county the past season.

amount of wheat raised in the State of Maine last
Year was 1,107,849 bushels-Bounty on Wheat
$87,352 30. Corn, 1,630,996 bushels in the ear
-Bounty on Corn, $66,628 80,-whole bounty
on wheat and corn,$153,981 76. Massachusetts
raised last year, 97,195 bushels of Wheat-Maine
1,010,64 bushels more than that State. The little
county of Kennebec-little in point of territory-
produced 125,933 bushels, being 29,738 bushels
more than the whole State of Massachusetts.

A driver of one of the baggage cars, named
David Vanderbelt, wis almost instaneously killed
on Tuesday afternoon, neur Fairmount, by falling
under the wheels of a loaded car, which passed
across his arms and body, mangling them in a
most shocking manner. He was a printer by pro-

THNz LAUNcH.-The ship Venice, belonging to
ourenterprising fellow-citizen, John McCrea, E q,
and intended for the East India trade, was launch-
ed from the shipyard of Messrs Vandusen & Bye: ly,
Kensington, yesterd y afternoon. She is to I e
commanded by Capt. Fiem:ng, utinder whose im-
mediate superintendency she has been built. S :e
measures 550 tons, is 137 feet on deck, 29 feat 7
inches beam, 21 feet hold, 7 of which is between
the upper and lower deck.
At the adjoining yard, occupied by JacobTeese,
we observed a fine barque, of about 350 tons, bu I-
ding by James Patton, j., and to be commanded
by Capt. Yoike. She will be ready for launching
in a few weeks.-[ Phil. N. Amer.J

A Western Editor wishes to know whether the
laws recently enacted against the carrying of
deadly weapons, apply to doctors who carry pills
in their pockets ?

On Wednesday morning, the 29th inst'nnt by
'he Rev. Dr. Knox, Mortimer de Motle, Esq., to
Sophia.A, daughter of .Nathan Jackson Esq., all
of this city.
01 Wednesday, 29th inst. by Rev. George Duf-.-
field, Hiram Barney, Attorney at Law, to Susan
Aspinwoall, second daughter of Lewis Tappan

Yesterday morning, after a short but severe ill-
ness, Win. Brooks, a native Flathead Indian, aged
about 20 years. The deceased came to this city
some months since, with the. Rev. Jason Lee, and
has travelled with him through a consiJerable. por.
-a.o'* o .f, u oE... Ssate. tie-wai.a very eatima.
ble youth, a4nd gave great promise of future useful-
ness, particularly to the na~es of the Oregon coun.
tiy, to which he was about returning with Mr.
Lee and the reinforcement of missionaries soon to
sail for that country. The mem-ers of the Mis-
sionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
are requested to attend the funeral, on Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, from the house of Mrs.
Luckey, in Broomo street, a few doors west of the
The procession will then move to the Methodist
-Episcopal Church in Greene street, where an ad-
dress will be delivered by the Rtv Dr. Bin.s. An
opportunityy will be given to see the.corpse after
the address.

On Tuesday evening, 28sh May, Sarah Gant
ley, aged 87 years. Her friends, and those ofher
son, Danl. W. Gdntley,are respecfully invited to
attend her funeral, this afternoon, int 5 o'clock,
from No. 691 Broadway.
On the 25th instant, at Newark, where she had
gone on a short visit, Mrs. E lvina Platt, formerly
of Winfield, Herkimer Co., wife of Edwin W.
Pratt, in the 28th year of her age.

In the ship Samson, from London-John P
Rolfe, of Brooklyn: Li> ut W P Griffi,), U S N,
and lady; Edward Hale, John B Kenrick, Lower
Canada; G F Orde, Peterboro', Upper Cnada;
L Smith and lady, John Bernard, Upper Canada ;
Baron Alexander and Yagir, from Germany to
Upper Canada ; Rev E Husband, Jamaica, W I,
D Child, Boston Mass.; G Brereton and lady, Mrs
Mathews, England ; C Ware and lady, Miss Eliza
B)yne, S Mails, P Gordon, J C Mayer, New
Yoik : and 113 in the steerage.

Tmz MARKET.-Flour is extremely dull ard drooping in
price. Common Genesee $7, and 3eorgetown $7 12, sel.
er-. Corn has fallen to 92 a 93cts, and Rye Is offered at
113cts. 60 bales.New Oleanis Cotton sold toa Manu
facturer, at a reduction irom previous prices ; but, in ge.
neral, holders are firm and buyers scarce. The U. S.
Bank is Jraw:ng on London, at9jI prem.

Wool-A f-w small lots have been brought Into -mar.
kct, and sold at prices ranging much as the last clipping,
say from 45 to 50 cents. None of the large clippings have
been sold. In pulled little is done at this season of the
year, and theie is none o,, hand
- Iron-Sales of several parcels of hard Iron have been
made at $39, six months, which has cleared the market.
In soft Iron less has been done, yet some sale have been
made at $39, sixty days with a lair supr.ly.
Oil-500 bbls (it crude Spirm Oil, out cf-the cargo of
the Newark, have been sold.at 1 U5 cents, cash.
Graiii-Wheat $1,75; Rye $l,l0; Corn 94 cents; Oats
56 cents, cash; Superfine Flour 97 to $7150.-LJournal.]

Howard street Flour-We note sales yesterday and this
morning to the extent-of about 1500 bris, at $6j50 and other
small lots at $6,62j, at which latter some holders arrcfirm.
We quote the wag-n price at $6,60, and receipts by rail.
road at about $6,35j. Sales of busquehannali Flour at
$6 75. A sale of 290 brls Fredericksburg yesterday at
$6.50. A sale of500 bu. prime Maryland Wheat yester.
day at $1,50 per bushel. Sales of white Corn at 85c; and
of yellow at 9o a 91c; sales of Virginia mixed at 85e.-
Rye- None .here-wanted, and would probably bring

best colors. Opium-The aecounti lately received frin |
the coat, report that no business Is ti be Jone. Heie
every transaction is suspended ; and every day evinces a
stronger determination of the Government to annihilate,
if possible, the traffic and use ofthe.drut. The Gvernor
has obtained fromthe Canton Register Office, 800 trans.
late IcoFies of his late piroclanration to foreigners, inter
dicting the trade in opium, and is cit culating them,thiough
the medium ot the Co. hong. to all foreigners, and to ve's.
eels on the Coast and Hong Kong Quicksilver has fallen
to $105 in c.nsequernce of native supplies. Rice has taken
a further rise. Sandalwood has expe-ienced a slight im.
provement. There has been lea inquiry'for Black Tea's
dui ing the week, and the Teimen seem inclined 1o tive
way a little for soma of the Chops of Congo that remain.-
No general settlement of Green Teas has yet been made,
and in consequence few comparatively have been shipped.
Exchange-American Bills may now be had at4s lOd per
do'lar. .

Reported by S. J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and Exchange
Bioker, 22 Wall street, and- 130 Broadway.
14slhares North River Bank............. 84
14 UnionBank......................118
100 Delaware and Hudson............ 80t
100 do do.............. 801
50- do do.............. 8'1 -b 60
50 do do ............. 80-b 15 de
50) do do ........... 80i-s 3db
175 do do .............. S90
I0 do do............... 80
'0 do do .......... 80 --nw
25 do do ............ 8) -bnw
35 American Life and Trust........101
50 do do.............101-s60
5 UnitedStateslBank.............. 119f
43 do do...........1..2120'
20 do do..............120-o 23
25 do do..............|12)-s 10
50 Kentucky Bank.................. 891--s 6mos
25 do do ..............89 -s a 30ds
100 do do.................. 89 -s6mos
t10 Manhattan Bank................130I
7 Mechanics' Bank.............. 106
50 Pbenix Bank.....................1051
120 Dry Dock Bank ...............o0b&
60 Merchants' Ex. Co..............1181
10 Commercial Bank .............. 96
10 N A Trust aid Banking Co.,...... 841
60 Mechanics' Banking Association.. 89j
25 Planters' Bank, 'lenn. .......... 94
75 Mohawk Railroad .............. 641
10 Paterson Railroad................ 67
50 .1o do .............. 68-b O0
50 do(10 do ............. 61 -b- 0
13 Boston and Providence Kailroad... lIt6
40 iew Jersey Railroad.........:...I0'
75 do do ............. 100
65 Stoninaton Railroad ............. 35
40 do do,.............3. !5
41 do d .............. 35-nw
30 do do............... 35i-s3
50 do do.............. 36 -b 30
20 do do .............. 351
20 do do ............. 354-s 10
10 City Insurance ....................I100
50 Long Island Insurance.......... 98
50 North Amer. Ins.................11(01
325 --- Hlarlem rhailroad............. 581
50 do do........... 591-b80ods
50 do do ............. 59 -b 30
5o do do ............. 058-s 3
25 do do........ ..... 581--s 15
100 L I Railroa.................... 5--s 6 nw
\60 do do............... 55-s 30ds
50 do do .............. 55 -a 60
100 do do............ 55--s 3
160 do doo............ 551
By D. C. & W. Pel.
Salt-150 sacks Liverpool, $1,45a$1,46i-cash.
Wine-50 qr casks Red Port, 3a32jc. Claret-10.hhds
at $12,58-6 mos. over $100.

3- THE WEST POINT HOTEL will open on the
filst of June. my0 3t*
on Thursday, May 30, at the Coffee Room, corner of Wall
and Broadatreels, uadet the office of the .tAmerlean.
my 30 It
A Stated Meeting of the Trustees of COLUMBIA
COLLEGE will be .held on Monday, the 3d of June,
at 5 o'clock P. M., in the College.. -
mySO 3t CLEMENT C. MOORE, Clerk.
j 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. ap25.
1 S3 FOR SALE-The Dwelling House, No. 36 Bond
street, with the lot in the rear, on Great Jones street, now
occupied by the subscriber-being 27 feet in front' on each
street, and 200 feet deep.
Persons wishing to view and purchase the-premises will
please apply in the first instance to Mr. J. GREEN
PEARSON, No. -7 bterchants' Exchange, Hanover st
* The premises are in good order, and possession may be
had immediately. .
May 3, 1339.
tj"The Shareholders in this Bank are hereby notified
hat the .third instalment of Ten Dollars on each share
8 required to b-e paid on the 1st of June ensuing. "
The Transfer Book will be closed from the 29th instant
to the let June, inclusive.
By order of the Board mf Directors,
m~r5 ls2tawtjel GE0. CURTIS, Cashier.
S INFORMATION WANTED of two brothers
JAMES and JOHN OPREE, who came from Ireland to
this country some years ago.
JAMES was a farmer, sad vent to Butler county, Ohio,
I". years ago, and was there connected with a family
named H~ARD.
Jonw, who is a later by trade, was in the city of New
York 6 years ago.
Their sister, MARGARET MCCREADY, now in the vicinity
o(New York, would be most-grateful for any information
concerning her brothers.
Address her at the office of the New York American,
New York.
eS* As this is a gratuitous notice, the less hesltatian is
felt in asking any other papers, disposed to aid the search

of a sister for her brothers,;to give it some insertions.
my24A3taw Im
Removed rrom No 49 Bo very, opposite the Theatre to No
47 Bord st., five doors from the Bowery.
Office hours from 8 A M, to 5 P M. my8 3taw3mis
P3r WARNOCK would respectfully inform his cus.
tomers that he Is now prepared to furnish his light -and
beautiful Pearl Hat. The approbation with which it was
received last summer, warrants him in introducing them
the coming season. The article now offered is of decidedly
superior manufacture. WARNOCK,
my17 tf Hat Establishment, 170 Broadway

Higb Watei thtis morning, 10h Im
This Morning-Br. brig Elton. Joss, for St. Joh-s, N.
B., Geoiuge B. Morewood & Co; brigs Pactolus,IHopkins,
Bangor, Me., Nesmith&Leeds; Pearl, Thompson, Darien,
Geo. do; schtrs Virginia, Latourette, Petersburg, Va.; Re.
gulun, Waid, Wilmington, N.C; New England, Mblalcolur,
Baracoa, J. E. Burrill; Pequot, Baker, Boston; ship Re..
public. Williams, Liverpool, M. & R Maury.
Last Evening-Ships Petrus, (Swedish) Nordstrum,
for Amsterdam, Zachrieson & Co ; Denmark, Frost, do.,
Mauran & Bullus; Elizabeth Bruce, Russell, CharJeston,
S.C.;bark Sarah Stuart, Wilson, St. Andrew's, NB.;
brifs Esther, (Br.) Trotter, Bathurst, G. B. Morewood;
Susannah, (British) Atkins, Windsor, N.S.; St. Marks,
Williams, Newark, W. W. Pratt; schooner Maria, Smith,
Washington, N.C. .
Ship Samson, Sturgess, from London and Portsmouth,
14th May, with mdze. May 5th, off Plymouth, exchan.
ged signals with a Havre packet steering east. 16th, lat
41l, lon 48, spoke barque Peisian, fiom New Orleans for
&1hip Bazaar, Lard, of Boston, 16ds fm NOrleans, with
cotton to the master. Sailee in co withshjp Longress, for
Brig Tidal. Parker, of Baltimore, 17 ds fm St Croix, W
Indies, with rum. &c to Delo eot, &c. Vessels left before
reported. Lat 33. Ion 71 20, spoke schr Veto, 14 days fm
Boston for the Bahamas.
Brig Grand Turk, Bartlett, 41 ds fIm Rio Janelro, with
ci ffee to order. May 27, 1st 36, Ion 73 spoke brig Cyno.
sure, fm Philadelphia, for Matanzas Vessels left before

Schr John P. Crouch, Tomliai, tfoinPhilalelphia; wltt
mdeze, to A. B. Cooley. "
Schooner Reeside, Sherwood, 3 days from Boston, with
mdze,to Sohn Stevens.
Schr Compliance, Sparrow, 3-days fiora Boston, pith
ordze, to E. Lewis.
Schr Cambridge, Wakeman, 3 days from Bostonts..
mdze, to Brigham & Hammond.
Smack Paragon, Helm, 10 days from Key West, with
turtle, to the master. -
Vmack Splendid, Fisher, 8 days from Key Weit, with
turtle, to the master.

[Per ship Pnrtsmouth.J
LIVERPOOL ,pril28 -SId Anna Liffty, McDonald,
NYor k, Medora, Turner, Philadelphia; Lucilla, McLe-
lian, Virgir.a
29th--Arr'd Ivdep3ndegcs, Nye, NYo-k ; Cambridge,
Bursiey, do; Superb, Hamilton, do. Sid Geneva, Hale,
and Agenoria, ifney, N-Yoi k.
SThe Independence reports- having fallen In with great
quantities oa ice on 16th and 17th ult, as far East as lat 46,
Ion 40 -40.
Entered for loading-Shepherders, Boston; Saxon, do;
John| Anderson, Char.eston; Shakeapeare, do; Ropclus,
Crpl;eus, Dauntless, Rockingham, John Hale, Sarah
Sheafe, Westchester, Marmora, and Equator, New York;
Riga, NOrlians; Walter, Algonquin, and Charles, Phila.
Off Holyhead April 29, ship Queen, Charleston; Leeds,
Nirleans, Madison and Sea, do.
Off PintLyna's, ship Gov Throop, NYork.
[From Lloyd's List, May t, received per Samson.]
DOVER, April 26-Arr off Caroline,Cuba, for Hrmbro.
Off Salcombe, April 29, Ontario, from NYork.
Off Holyhead, April 29. Benrv Leeds, fm NOrleans.
LIVERPOOL, April 29-Arr Superb, froin NYrk.
30th--Are Soseph Porter I'm Mobile ; Sea & Madison,
fm NOrleana ; Queen, Charleston; Charlotte, Baltimore;
Gov Throp, NIork. -
!Sailed, Fergus, Apalachicola; Catharine Jackson, New
LEITH, April 29-Sld, Psyche, for Boston.
EL BE, April 27-Arr Christine Louise, Charleston.
SEntered at Liverpool for Philadelphia, April 24, Fr s-Ip
J.Perasto, tfor NYork, April25, Br-bip Magnet; April 29,
Am ship Paragon. X -
Hull, April 29. -Sid, Brunswick, for NYork
'I he Indeprndence. at Liverpool, spoke the ship Rhone,
hence for Havre, on the 10th April, in lat 40, Ion 70.
Sailed from Liverpool, April 29, ships Agenora and Ge"
neva, for NYork.T
PROVIDENCE, May 27-Arr schr Eddington, Col.
co d, Matanzas.
MATTAPOISETT, May 25-Ar brig Orion, Atlantic
BOSTON, Moy 28-Arr brig Wizard, St Jago, th inst.;
schr Velocity, Aux Cayes 12th. Left bmig Mariner, for N
York 2 or 3 ds- only Am. Schr' ElizabethaadSplendid,
Wankinco, NYork. .
Brig Hollander, McComas, from Rotterdam, 1lth ult.
Left at former, barque Desdemona, Glover, for NYoik.
Inside the bar at Helvoet, sh p Plato, Bees, for NYork,
ready, waiting watei to get-over the bar,
Schrs Glide, Rogers, fm Mob-e; blacionough, Crab,
tree, Washington, N.C.; William, Jeunings, New York;
Wa-kinco, Nickerson, do.
Cld-barques Kent, Montevideo ; Arethusa. Palermo;
Isidore, Matanzas; br!gs Aurora,and Grand Canary. Ma-
tanzas; schrs Ganges, Burges, Albany; Wave, Crowell,
and Friend, NYork.
PHILADELPHIA, May29-,.Arrt achr Emperor, yer,
St Johns, PR, 9 do.
Cld-ships Levant, Car ton; barque Coosa, Rio deJa.
neiro; Portuguese brig 'actura, NYork; schr Valianrt, do;
baige Oneida, do.
BALTILORE, May 28-Arrived, brig Orleans, Lewis,
from Guayama, P.R. Sailed 17th inst. in co. with brig St.
Lawrence, Ames, for NYork. Left,.batque New Haveal
D6wnee, for New Haven, wta cargo; brig Empire, Merry-
man, New York, few (lays; schrs Meserole, Carson, for
o 2 days: Sulphur, do, wte cargo; Harriet, uncewr;Argo,
for New Yoik; days. The barque Panthea, hadsailed
for Jobns .
.Schiobiers Good Hope, Baker, from Bangor; Branch,
Roberts, Providence.-Clearej, schr Daniel, Harding, for
Port au Prince.
Evening -Arrived, ship Jefferson;Rainees, LiverpooL ,
Cleared, schr. Juliette. Woglam, for New York
ALEXANDRIA, May 27-Arrived, schrs Mary PatOe,
Messick, fr.om New York.-Sailel, brig Tallman, New
NORFOLK May 27--rr:vcd, schr Theonie, from
Trinity, Ma't.
RICHMOND, May 27-Arrived, schre Throe Brothars,
S ry; Swan, Townsend, and Premiert Jarvi, NYork.
Sailed, schooners tAmity, Somers, for Newport; Wmn
Young, Somers; Leontine, Dearboan, and Emae, Cole,
New York; D. A. Somers, Smack, Newark.
CHARLESTON, May 32-Sild, brig Mary Jane,Hale.
SAVANNAH, May 24-Sailed, brig Mentor, Mayo,
Boston '
MOBILE, May 26-Cleare-d whlps Mayflower, WMae,
Liverpool; Maiy Frances, Westavelt, New York;
brig Ada Eliza, Scull, New-York; sehr Corn Perry,
NEW ORLEANS, May 22-Cleared, .shipsMontezin
ma, Christian, and-,Mrathon. Shaw, Liverpool

EMALE SWINDLERS -A well dressed reapeeta-
ble looking female, bearing the name of Mrs We'st, pre.-
tending to reside at the t"ky Hatel. called yesterday at .
S. FT untain's pry t.oods Store in Broedway, and request-
ed 1 pies of blue black Satin, and I piece of jst black
Poult de Sole 811k, to be sent to the Hotel with her. After
arriving at the house, she request-dth boy who accompa-
nied her to take a seat for a few moments in the ladies'
parlor, whilst sheexamined the goods, and obtained the
judgment of some faietals. The boy remained wafslne an
hour .r more, but no person returned ; and upon making
inquiry, was unable to sacertaiu any thing respecting her.
These oucurrences are of s- frequent a nature, that we .-'
cannot blame irerchants for exerisamg the utmae.t scrutiny
in sending goods to strangers at Hotels. my=0
4 9 bundles English Hoop and Sheet Iron will be-sold
at auction TOMORROW (Friday) at 12 o'clock in front
of the st-re 87 Wall street, for acconnt o| underwriters.
Also-3270 plates Spelter, on 4 months credIt.
m?30 lt* D.C. & W. PELL.
JAMES BLEECK-ER, Auctioneer.
JAMES BLEECKER ae CO. will sell at auction, at IX
o'clock, at their Sales Room, 30 Broad seiiet, on Tuesday,
4th of June-
Under the direction of David Codwise, Eqi., Master in
The entire Block of LAND, containing about six acres,
being 64 lots; between lih avenue and the Hudson river,
And 100th and 101st streets, together with the water right
in front, being about 5 miles from the city, and part- of the
estate of the late Mrs.Anm Roeers. Th'i property is most
delightfully situated for a country teat-it Je high and

commanding, and is not purpassed by any spot on the
island. It has a small cottage at present on it. It is con.
fidently Mtated to bethe most beautiful loition of the es-
tate, jutting out into the Hudson. It h&s a floe view of
the river, up and down. On the banks of the river Is a
beautiful wood of fotbrest trees, and on the other part of the
premises are fine fruit trees, the whole of it now being un.
der cultivation. Gentlemen wishing to purchase are in.
vited to go and examine the property ; the communica.
ticn is by right of way through the 'lane, comnmencing at
the first gate beyond the small white church at Blooming.-
dale, the premises on the first block- south of the Mansion
The sale will be positive. $6000 can remain on bond -
and mortgage. A map of the property canbe seen at the
auction room. '(No. 28 my3S0
OST- Yester-tay, In Broadway, between Spring
'd, and Eighth streets, a Lady's Mourning Breastpin, .
with a name on the back. The flaJer will be suitably re.
warded on returning it to 504 Broadway. m30 It*
discharging at pier 28, E. R.--Consignees will
please send their rermits on board to the office of the sub.
scribers All goods not permitted in five days will be
liable to be sent to the public store.
m30 GOODHUE & CO, 64 South st.
SHIP JOHN N. GUSLER.-This ship will discharge
at Pier No. 11 East River, where consignees are re-
quested to send their permits without delay, as all goods
not permitted on or before 3d laune, will be seAt to the
Public Stores. TUCKER & CO.
myso St 3 t South st.
MERICAN INSTITUTJiE.-The annual election of
/ _Tiustees ofthis In.titute will beheld-this (THURS.
DAY) evening, at 7i o'clock, at the uew rooms'of the IS.
stituace, in the building in the rear of the City Hall, (late
Sessions -Room.' The following ticdiet, selected frog
among the eai liest and most zealous, of its member,. Is
submitted for the support of the members generally, by a
large number of the fi endi of the Inititute, and it is 4conL.-
dently believed that its success will promote the bet in-
terest of this important Institu ion.-
For President-Peter H Schenck.
Fir Vice Presidents- George F Hopkins, Andrew Wil-
liams, George Endicott.
Corresponding Secretary-T B Wakeman.
Recording Secretary-L Livingston.
Treasurer-Jared L Moore .myW It*
hPANISH LANGUAGE.-The undersigned, having
S already commenced to organize, his morning classes
for thie season, invites those gentlemen who wish tolace.
quire a complete Oral and theoretical knowledge of the
above language, to call as soon as they are ready, u the
e1st class has already commenced.'and the 2d class will
commence on Saturday the lst of June, at 6 o'clock, A. M.,
and then continue every other morning from 6 to 7..
S Terms in class $10 for one course of 30 lessons. -
Professor ofthe Spanish and translator ol lan uages, 5 r
Reade st., near the corner of Centre st. my30 3tis
In oae closely and beautifully nrinterd vn n vl

HIS EVENING, May 83th, will be performed the
Drama of OLIVER T WIST-Oliver Twist, Mrs Rich-
tardson; Bumble, Placide; Nartcy, Miss Cushman; Mrs
Corney, Mre Wheatley
After which, a Pas de Deux by Master and Miss Wells.
To conclude with the Farce of NICHOLAS NICKLE-
BY-Ralph Nickleby, Mr Gann; Nicholas Nickleby, Mr
SWheatley; Mrs Njckleby, Mrs Durie; Kate Nickleby,
Mrs Chippindale.
Friday, last night but two of M aid Mde Taglioni..
.Doorc oen aj7 'clock-Performance commences ati7
Tickets Boxes.$1, Pit, 50cents.Eallery,25 cents.
Corner of Leonard and Church sir, elt.
HIS EVENING, May 30th, will be performed
Sir John Falstaff. Mr Dwyer; Justice Shallow, Mr Blake-
ly; Mrs Ford, Mrs Sefton; tfr Page, Miss Monier.
At the end of the play Mr Seguin in a erand Scena.
-To cone ude.with the Farce of JOHN DIBBb-Major
Seymour, Mr Wallack: John Dibbi, Williams; Roee May-
burn, Mrs Sefton; Laurettt, Mi;s Monitr.
Tomorrow, for the last time, La Soy,nambula.
Doors open at 7 o'clock-Periormance commences at 71.
Boxes, $1-Pit, 60 cents-Gallery, 25 cents.
HIS EVENING, May 80th, will be performed the
Drama of NICK Of THE WOODS-In which -Mr
Proctor will sustain six different characters; Col Bruce,
Mr J B Rice; Ralph Stackpole,'Gates; Telie Doe, Mrs
Shaw; Edith Forrester, Mrs Proctor.
STo conclude with the grand Romantic Drama of M A.
ZEPPA, or, The Wild Horse of the Desert.. Mazeppa,
Mr -Woolford; Abner Khan, Proctor; Thamar, toles;
Drolinaki, Gates; Oliniki, Mrs Coles; Onesza, Mrs Wil-
Dooie open at 7 o'clock- performance commences at 7j
Boxes 75 cents. Pit37j. Gallery 15. .
] HESE Panoramas are now open for exhibition at the
New Rotunda, corner' Prince e.nd Mercer streets,
Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
painting, of the largest class covering a surface of ten
thousand square feet, painted from drawings takeii by Mr.
Catherwood in 1834.
ed likewise Iromni Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is superior,
a a work of art, to any Panorama before exhibited.
The Panoramas are brilliantly illuminated every even.
Iug by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explanations of
the pictures given in the forenoon, afternoon, and at hall
past 8 in the evening. .
Open from 9 in the morning, till half past 9 in the even-
ing. Admittance 25 cents to each Panorama. Books of
description 12i cents- api tf
Lectures on Jerusalem and Thebes will be delivered-by
MR. CATHERWOOD -every evening at half past eight
o'cltCk, commencine with Jetusalem.
inencenment of the French Revolution in 1789 to the
station of the Bourbons in 1815. By Archibald Alison,
FRS E, Advocate, vol. 7.
WILVY& PUTNAM, Impotrters,
161 Broadway, N. Y., and Paternoster Row,
mys0 London.
SEW GOODS.-The subscribers have by rtceht ar.
rivals, added to their extensive stock of House Fur;
nishing articles, a great variety of new patterns, consist.
lng of- -" W
LAMPS-Astral and Mantel Lamps, Hanging Lamps,
Hall Lamp,. Lanterns, Ice.
FOR CANDLE --Chandeliers, Girandoles, Candela.
brav, &c.
S1 PLATED WARE-Sheffield and Birmingham -Tea
Beta, Urns, Waiteirs, Cake Baskets, Candlesticks, Cas.
tore, Liqueur Stands, Snuffers and Trays, Vegetable and
SBeefSteak Dishes, Toast Racks, Egg Frames, Dish Co..
Tcrts, Bottle Stands, &c. "
SBLCCK TIN WARE-Coffee Urhs and Pots, with
filtereri, Tea Urns and Kttlea on Starnds, Hash Dishes,.
Egg Boilers, Cheese Toasters, Jelly and Ice Cream
Moulds. Dish Covers. Plate Heaters, &c." .
BRITANNIA MErAL--Coffeeand Tea Sets.
J.APPANERY-Tea Trays, Plate Warmers, Baskets,
and Forks. in sets of Sl pieces; Table and desert 'Knives
only for silver-Forks, Csrvers, Steels, '&c.
SILVER W RE--Of our own manufacture, warrant.
edof standard silver, and of superior workmanship, con.
iistaing of Coffee and Tea Sets, plain and richly chased, of
new and beautiful patterns, Pitchers, Baskets, Cups and
Goblts; Desert Knives and Forks, But er and Fish
- Ktives, Table Medium and Desert Forks; Table Desert
a, i r ca Spooas; Soup Lad-es, Sugar Tongs, &c, which
will- be sold at low prices.
IT Orders for any articles of Silver Ware in our line,
Swill be executed with promptnes, ar,d in a manner to give
entire satisfaction. .
Purchasers are invited to call and examine our Stoek, as
we fell assured of being able to ciffer them strong induce.
ments, not only in the variety and quality of our Goods,
but also in the prices. hROWE &R L RUSHER,
149 Broadway. cor. Liberty st.
S A few Chinese Tea or Nest Tables on hand,- for
sale at low prices my.e0 It
I DICTIONARY OF SPORTS ; or, Companion to
J the Field, and the River Side, containing Expla.
nations of every term applicable to. Racing, Shooting,
Hul.ttins, Fishing, Hawkins, Archiery, etc, with Essays
upon all NationailAmusemeniutsiSvo. By H Harewood,
with numerous illustrations. '
Hawker's Gieat Work on Sporting. Dogs, The Gun,
acc, a new edition, greatly improved,a8vo.
Rulesfor Bad Horesmen..
Hints te Inexpert Travellers and Maxims worth l~e.
membering, by most experienced equestrians, by C
Thompson, Eaq, a new edition, with modern engravings,
The Vocal Companion; or Singer's Own Book; a choice
selection of nearly 3t0 esteemed popular songs, &c, ar.
ranged for the Violin, Flute, and Voice.
Couder's Dictionary of Geography, ancient and modern,
&c. This work will be found to be full of good informs.
tlin. For saleby WM. A. COLMAN,
wy30 205 Broadway.
W ILL be published on Saturday next -TORTESA,
lis, author of Bianca Visconti, Sic- making No. 3 of Col-
man's Dramatic Library.
'my80 S. COLMAN, Publisher, 8 Astor House.
EWCASTLE COAL AFLOAT- Just received and
N now landing from ship Henry Kneeland, a cargo of
Newcastle Coal, of a superior quality and size, for fa.
milv purposes, for sale low In lots to suit purchasers, by
applying on board, .oot of Jay street5 or to
1250 Washington st, and cor of East Broadway and
my30 Gouveneur 6t.

discharging fromjbrig Elizabeth, riddled Newcastle
C.'as, ol first rateiquality for smiths and manufacturers,
" sale In lois to suit purchasers, by
LAING & BANDOLPH, 250 Washington st,
and corner of East Broadway and Gouveneur st.

PICTOU COAL AFLOAT-Now landing from ti e
brig Barbary, a cargo of Pictou Ooal, of a superior
quality and size, fresh fiom the minestl'isa season, for sale
low in lots to suit purchasers, by applying on board, foot
of Jay stieet, N. R., (r to
LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington at,
and corner of East Broadway and
mySOst I Gouverneur st.
SPERM OIL-133 casks Sperm Oil, for sale by
my.40 HOWLARD & ASPINWAI L, 55 South st.
NDIGO- 65 ceroons prime Caraccas Indigo, just re-
ceived, for sale by '
my30 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55Sonth st
I HOPPAS ANIY B&AIDANNAd-12 cases large and
medium, entitled to debenture, just received and for
sale by my30 2w GARY & CO. 90 Pine st
UMAC-75 bags first qualityy Sicily Sumac, laud
ing from barque Chancellor, and for sale by
m3 GRINN ELL. MINTURN & CO, 134 Front st.
C HOPPAS & BANDANt4AS-12 cases large and me-
dium, entitled to debenture,just received ai d for sale
by CARY & CO. 90 Pine at. m30
published in folio lorm, containing much interesting
matter, the latest news from England, Literary Notices,
&c. t&c. &c., price 6 cepts, by
SYLVESTER & CO: 156 Broadway,
my30. below Maiden Lane.
E" XCHANGE ON LONDON--Drafts at sight, in sums
to suit purchasers, payable in every town through.
out the kingdom. Apply to SYLVESTER & CO.
myt0o 156 Broadway, below Maiden Lane.
B I4LLS OF EXCHANGE on any part of Great Bri-
tain, from five to one thousand pounds at sight; at.
ways tor sale at the current rate. Bank of England Notes,
Doubloons. Napoleons, anq,&glish Silver bought at the
highest premium. -
SYLV Y &R & CO. 156 Broa'way.
my30 '- below Maiden Lane.

_*i WIN.E-A few qr casks, assorted qualities,
-mranded"G de Ysasi," sen. out as samples, juat iec'd
per Westmoreland from Cadiz, for sele by
my30 10 Old Slip.
SOTTON-28 bales Florida, for sale by "
my30 10 Old Slip,
HECK$ AT 81HT on Philadelphia, Baltimnore
SBoston, Washington:City, St. Louis. New Orleans,
and every other piinnpai city in the Union, can be ob.
trained at SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway,
mv0 l hhelw Maiden Lane.1L

L. M. HOFFMAN. Auctioneer.
SRESH TEAS-Cargo of the barqqe Trenton.-L.
M. HOFFM&N & CO. will sell on FRIDAY, the 31st,
at 10 o'clock, at the Ph.enix Sales Room, the cargo of
Teas per barque Trenton, Hallet, master, consisting of-
Young Hyson,
Hyson Skin,
Imperial, and
Gunpowder, inthe usual variety or packages.
Souchong, in half chests and m.,tteJ boxes,
Cassia, in matts.
The above Teas have been carefully selected and corn
prise a proportion ot high cost and fine qual ty. Cata.
logues and samples will be ready (he day previous.
my27 3t
l JAMES BLEECKER, Auctioneer.
will sell at auction on Tuesday, 4th of June, at-12 o'clock
at their sales room, No. 30 Broad street, cor. of Exchange
situate in the Twelfth Ward, bounded on, and adjacent to
thb 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 street already regu.
lated. The Railroad cars pass throughand 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 Yolk
and Albany and the Harlaem Railroads, and in the
immediate vicinity of the Harlaem river, now made
navigable by the opening of 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 mark, and of a
width that will admit vessels of any size to wind at their
anchors and lie in safety at the bulhead, affords a posi-
tion for the carrying on of all sorts of business, and ia of
mush importance in poirt of cheapness and dispatch to
the commerce of the city.
Lithographic Maps'will be furnished.
The Lots are situate as follows :
FPitst-8 Lots fronting 128th street, midway between the
3d and 4th Avenues, and adjoining Mr. Stephenson's Rail.
road Car Manufactory.
Second-6 Lots on the south side of 129th street, between
the 3d and 4th Aventcs. and near the new brick buildings
there and the manuiactory above named. This street
is faved, the silewalks laid,.and is lighted from the 3J to
the 6th avenues.
Third-1t Lots on 129th street, opposite the above and
the manufactoty aforesaid.
Fourth- 8 Lots fronting the 4th Avenue and lying be,
tween the 129th and 139th streets
Fifth-12 Lots fronting 130th street, sauth side,' 100 feet
from the 4th Avenue,.and between it and the Harlaem Ri.
ver. .
Sixth-4 Lots at 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 13.st street, south side.,20i feet from
the 4th Avenue, and running towards the 5th Avenue.
Tenth-8 Lots frontiag the 4th Aveuue, lying between
131st and 1321 streets.
Elevenuto-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 Harlaeti Railroad Cars, running from the City
Hall ut all hours to 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 Auction Rooms,
No 3o Broad stueet.or to
CHAS. HENRY HALL; at Harlaem..
myl5 No. 11.1
JAM E& BLEECKEt, Auctioneer.
AMES BLEECKER & CO. will sell at auction, on
.Wed:.,esday, 6.h of June, at 12 o'clock, at their Sales
Ro"ms, No. 80 Broad street. corner of ETchange Place,
That certain Farm or tract of Land, situated in the
township of Newtown,. on .the smturnplke road leading
to Flushing, and about five mileawm the village of Wil.
liafiisbutgh, bounded .south easterly by the said tuinpike
road, souih 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 farm their e ia a mansion House of a very cm.
manding appearance, the interior of which is not entirely
finished, and the other outL'uildins which are of no great
.value A.further description is deemed tunnecessaryv as
it is presumed that no person would purchase this fearm
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 en the day of sale, and thirty per cent. on ,he 15th
day of June, when the deed and- possession will be deliv-
eied. The balance, teing one half of the purchase
money, may remain on bond and mortgage for one year,
with interest at the rate of seven per cent. per annum.
For further particulars, inquire of
myl6 [No 131 JAMES S. HUGGTNS,8 Wall st.
-J C 0. 81 Cedar at., up stairs, near Broadway, have on
hand a large stock of '-esh manufactured Clothing,
forming a complete assortment of almost very style usu.
ally-required for the Southein trade, which they offer for
"sale on liberal terms. my27
PORT WINE-20 qr casks of superior Poit wine,
direct from OportO, just received and for sale in
quantities to suit purshasers, by
my7 -R. H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway.
C HOPPAS AND aANDANAS-Laige size and extra
quality, this day received by
myl5 J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden lane.
L INEN DRILLING-The subscriber has this day
received, superfine Linen Drilling, which he of
fears for sale on reasonable terms.
myl5 J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden lane.
OGWOOD-75 tons Ibright Campeachy Logwooa,
BA just received, for sale by
my22 HOWLAND &ASPINWALL, 65 South st
LjMPTY BAGS-2000 empty Bags, for sale by
my22 655 South st
N W ORLEANS SUGAR-75 hhds prime quality,
J l for sale in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
my22 E K COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
^ COTUA ALE-Superior Scotch Ale, quarts and pints,
just received per Mediator. for sale by
my2S (RACIE & CO. 20 Broad at.

'W / 'N IS-C;hoice old Madeira Wines, in pipes, half
pipes, qr casks and Indian'bls, lor sale by
my 11 HOWLND & ASPINWALL,55Southst.
i ANDKERCHIkFS-Black Levantine Hdkfs 7 9
and 4.4, entitled to debenture, for sale by
nm22 GOODHUE & CO 64 South ktt.
CHOICE WINES- An invoice of choice .Sherry and
Port Wines, In wood and glass, of the choicest quali.
ties, imported in 1836, will be sold at reduced prices, to
close sales, by
my27 GRACIE & CO. 2) Broad street.
P OPTELA-Porter atd Brown Stout, in casks of 7
,d zen qts an'd 8 do pts, and in fine order, will be
landed during the day, and sold in lots to suit purchasers,
and at reduced prices if taken from the whart, by
GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st
Also, Scotch, Pale and Burton Ale.
Orders from. other places will receive attention and for-

warded to any part ol the U. S my27
LOUR-520 bis Southern Flour, for sale by
myl8 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 Sut.h st.
L3 NGLISH CHEESE-Very superior in 61b loaves
2 Also, Prmasan and American Cheese, of an extra
quality-Macaroni aud Varmicilli. For sale by
my27 A. BININGER & CO. 141 Broadway.
P HILADELPHIAIPORTER, a.uone dollar per dozen,
a superior article, for sate by
D E. EMERY, 'Tea Dealer and Grocer,
142 Greenwich street.
Also, as above, Por Juice," choice article, in bottle and
onilrauh iyi2 tl
K JLISH,.S-Yarmouth Potted Herring, Anchovy
Paste, Pate au diable, and Paris Muetaid,'exiaqial-
ity, all just received, and perfectly fresh, for sale by
my2 R. H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway, cor. White st.
[ sortinient, in butts, pipes, hhds, qrs and eighths, of
the most approved brands, for sale by
my25 GBACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
USSIA HEMP-50 tens St Petersburg clean Hemp,
for sale by GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO,
my29 io4 Front st.
H EMP- I11 bales Italian Hemp, for sale by
my29 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55South st
NGLISH LHEESE-Loubte Gloucester,Wiltshiie.
Ve and Cheshire Cheese, of fine quality, just received
from London, for sale by
mny29 R. H ATWELL, 391 Broadway.
OTTLES-56 hampers Wine Bottles, one groce each,
landing and for pale by
my29 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
UNNY B'.AGS-100 bales large and midiuni G nny
Bags, for sale by DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
my29 tf 21 Broad st.
MAFFLOWER-39 bates Bengal Saffi ,wer. for sale by
S m29 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, 21 Broad Ftreet.

J U'IE HEMP--20 bales Juot Hemp, loi sale by
my29 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, 21 Broad at.

No. 837 Broad ay, New York.
April 29 tf
S. & L. HO L M ES,
No. 44 Maiden Lane,
Dealers in Linens. Shee'ings, Damasks, Towellings, &c.,
Blankets, Quilts, Flannels, kc.
With a large assortment of Dry GOods.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Silk Goods.
jILaces, Embroideries, Shawls, Rich Muslin;, &c. ,r ";
No. 231 Broadway,
(Adjoining the American Hotel,)" MU&
WVhere will be found the newest and most fashionable
Goods in his branch of business n.y 29 is
STON, :2 Broad street, now landing from the ship
Tecumseh,from Hivre. a lot otfve'y superior Champagne
Also, small parcel of Chambertin and Chabis, which is
represented Ps being of excellent quality, rny2?
V WHITE -SULPHUR, SPA.-The subscribers
have just receive from the Congress, Putnam and Walton
Springs, at Saratoga, a full supply of water in quart and
pint bottles.
Also, having made arrangements with the proprietor of
the White Sulphur Springs of Virginia, for a supply of
this water, and having just received an invoice of the
same, are prepared to e "ecute orders left at either of their
86 William street, 110 Broadway, and
10 Astor House.
Soda and Spidlitz Water kept in bottles as heretofore for
family use or exportation. my29 I w
GENUINE 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 for in.
during the growth of the hair, is generally acceded to by
all who have used it, as it imparts a glossy richrees to the
hair, rendering it soft and flexible, and exciting the capil.
lary vesiels.to healthy action. To persons becoming bald
Sby sickness or o.her causes, the application of this Oil
daily, will soon produee a reaction of its growth. The
subscriber has just received a fresh supply of the genuine
article, put up neatly in earthen p,.ts and prep-tred ex-
preesly for his retail trade, at the Bowery Medicine Store,
No260Bowery- my20
W RS. MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician o
I New York, having just received a large quantity
of herbs, roots, and essential oils from Europe, iOt to be
obtained, tin this country, will be abe to. cure those dis-
eases which have baffled the skill of the most emlnent-phy-
sicians. Mrs. Mott positively pledges herself to cure or
relieve all diseases incident to the human-frame, and more
especially the foil wing : 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 affecti.ms, nervous symp-
noms, white swelling, asthma, jaunders, worms, ilor.
complaint; hemorrhoid, and female weaknesses, fits or
falling sickness, and other diseases No mercury or
mineral of ar y kind used. Any females laboring under
various weaknesses may consult Mrs. Mort 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 Spring street, west side of Bioadway.
All letters from the country (poet paid) promptly attended
to. Medicines forwarded to all parts of the United States.
ap2 "eodistf
IT O MOTHERS-Whose children are troubled with
Weakness of the urinary passages, can be cured by
by Mrs MO'il T, who has long made the disease a particu.
lar branch of her study. a. a22 iseodtf
SRItROSY DROPSY !-Persons laboring nnder this
U distressing disease can be positively cured by Mrs
MOTr, the celebrated Female Physician, without being
taped. ap2'. iseodti
TIC DOLOREUX-Positive'y cured without the use
of. the lancet, however long standing, by iMrs MOTT,
the celebrated Female PhY'siciag.. See advertisement.-
S ap22 iseodtf
FITS FITS FITS.!-rerdons laboring under this
Sdistiessing malady can be positively cured by Mrs
MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician.
ap22 iseodtf
A STHMA AND PHTHISIC--Persons trouoled with
these distressine diseases can meet with almost in.
stant relief and speedy cure by applying to Mrs MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See adverisemens-
ap22 eodistf
SCALD HEAD.-This prevalent.dieaee is speedily
Eradicated by Mrs MOTT', Female Physician.
ap22 iseodtf
highly celebrated for the cure of consumption, liver
complaints, raising blood, &c. &c., is s'ld at the Bo' ery
MeJicine Store, 260 Bowery. The subscriber warrants
this Balsam to be the genuine' article, received direct from
the proprietor.
my 2 N. W. BADXAU, Agent.
f'%HE following Broken Bank *Notes are bought by
I SYLVESTER & CO. 1I6 Broadway, below Mai.
den Lane: .
Essex Bank., Guildhall, Windsor, Belleville,Wolfboro'
Commonwealth, Middlesex, Kilby, Fulton, and Norfolk.
Also-All kinds of Uns-urreit Money, &c. m17
Pll hE LADY'S BOOK-Edited by Mrs Sarah J Hal
A and Louis A Godey--June No. 1839.
Published Monthly--Terms, $3 per annum--delivered In'
any part of the idy or Brooklyn, and sent by the earliest
mails to all parts of the United Staes and the Canadas
bythe publishers.
my25 ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery,
ILEY & PUTNAM, Importers, .c, 161 Broad.
SV w way, publish this day-
Narrative o1 a Journey to Guatemal, in Central An e-
rica, in 1838, by G W Montgomery, in volume, 8vo.
O L-LD BOOKS-ID. AfPLETuN &1 IAO. kurol,ean
and American Bookstore, 200 Broadway, haie just
r, ceived f om London, about fifteen hundred- volumes of
old, rare and curious Works, which they offer for sale
- at very low prices. Additional supplies received by every
pocket. my27.

[REAMS English Satin Post,'8vo, rxtra glazed
5 P and gilt
jO reams do do do I6mo, do do do
Ciowell's Paw Paper Files
Netman's genuine Water Colors
JI juvenile do do, just received: per
Wellington, from London, and offered for sale at Station.
ers' Hll, No 245 Pearl street, by
my23 D. FELT & CO.
NEW bOOKS.-This day is published-
Adam Bruff, and other Menof Character, by Doug
la s Jerrold, Esq, in 2'vols, 12mo.
Isabel or Sidiiy ; a Pilgrimage, by Tuckerman, author
of Italian Sketch Book'. For sale by
my24 WILEY & PUTNAM,.-IrIl Broadway.
S have just received per Wellington, from London-
Whatman's Cap, Demy, Royal. super Royal
Do Impelial, Elephant, Alas
1,o Coiumbier and Double Elephant-
Drawing Papers rough and ivory surface, which are
offered for sale by ream or quire, at Stationers' Hall 245
Pearl at. .my22 D. FELT & CO.
J USr PUBLISHED-T-he Discouis delivered by the
b ev Mr Dewey, at the dedication of .he Church of
the Messiah, Br, adway. at Statior.ers' Hall, 245 Pearl
street, and office 34 Walt street.
my-25 D. FELT & CO.
SUS I' RECEIVED by the ship United States-
f Wheatly 's Essay on St. Paul, second series
Palmer',i Treatise on the Church, 2 vols.
Bean's Family Worship, sixth edition
Froude's Remains 2 vols.
Hele's Offices of Private Devot;on
Wall on Infant Biptism, 3 vols
A view of the Scripture Revelation,' concerning a Fu.
ture State; Wilberforcc's Life, 6 vols.
British Reformers, 12 vols.
Hare's Sei mniona, lfoui th edition, 2 vols.
my24 SWORDS, STANFORD & CO. 152 Broadway.
'TATIONERY.-The subscriber having made adid-
S tional supplies to his stock of Stationery, is now eia..
b:ed to furnish counting hou "s, bantiks, ii surance co(m-
panies, ho els, &c, with every article in the above line, at
the lowest rlice and of superior quality.
Orders respectfully solicited, ard the strictest attention
paid in executing the same. Every description of letter
press, copperplate and li.higraphic printing on reason.
ableterms. EDWARD N. KENT, Stationer,
ir'23 No. 3 Wall street.
LARKE & COMPANY, No. 337 Broadway, have
C just opened-
One case Jaconet Mruslins, new styles
Do rich printed Muslins, mode grounds
Do Mousselain de Lame, small figures
A few damask figured Silk Shawls
A large assortment ol French Prints, chiniz figures arid
w which are offered on very reasonable terms. my29
UST PUBLISHED-In one oval Svo. vol, bound in
The Englishman's Greek Concordance of the New Tes.
tamernt ; being an attempt at s verbal connexion between
the Greek an 1 the English Texts, containing also a con
cordance to the ap-ellati e and proper names, Greek and
English; an Index, Etiglish and Greek, and an Al pendix

^ ALBANY-From tie foot of Bor
10 lay street. .'
The ERIE,.Friday morning, ato'clo'eln-k.
The ALBANY.. Saturday morning, at7 o'clock.
From the foot of Courtlandt street.
The DE-. WITT* CLINTON, Friday afternoon, at
6 o'clock.
The SWALLOW, Saturday afternoon at S o'clock.
NOTICE.-All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, spe-
cie, or aty other kind of property, taken, shipped, or put
on board the boats of this line, murt be at the risk of the
o ners of such goods, freight, baggage, &c.' m)30
The first rate coppered and. copper fastened
ship UOBT. BOWNE, C.- Mansfield, ma-ter,*wiHl have
immediate dispatch for tlhe above ports She-has good
accommodations for pasengers. For wl:i'i, or for the
bulk of 2 00 to 3100 brls freight, apply to
my23 134 Frontast.
10th June--The packet ship WELLINGTON,
D. Chadwick, master, will sail as above, her
regular day. For freight or passage,'apply to the captain
on board the ship, at foor of Maiden lane, or to
myl4 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.
Sof 1st June--The COLUMBUS, Captain T B
CSropper, will sail as above, her regular day.
or freight or passage, apply to the Captain, on board,
at the foat of Beekman street, or to
GOODHUE & CO. or R 64South street.
C. H. MARSHALL, .. -
The SOUTH AMERICA will succeed the Columbus,
and sail on the 19th June.
The rate of cabin passage by the Old Liie will hereafter
be $140, including wines, &c..and $120 without my20
.kS. FOR LIVERPOOL-Packet o 1'ine 7th June.-
WyiThe packet ship GEORGE WASHINGTON,
r lCaptain H. Holdridge, will sail *as above her re-
gular day.
For freight or passage, apply o0 board footof Maiden
lane, or to .
my7 GRINNELL,'MtNTURN & CO. 184 Front st.
v FOR LIVERPOOL--Packet of'13th June.-
aii The ship UNIT ,D STATES, N, H. Holdridge,
H, rmastei, will sail as above, her-regular day. For
freight or passage, apply on board, at foot of Maiden lane,
or to ROBERT KERMIT. 74 South st. myl3
SFOR LiVERPOOL-lNew Line.I-Packet of
25th June.-The packet ship GARRICK, Capt.
A S, Palmer. tOClOtqMburthen% will sail as above
For reigit orpassage, !. ,tVhg 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.
Leaers by the paslkes will be charged 121 cents per sin
gie sheet, and 5o cents per ounce. Newspapers 1 cent
each my25
SFOR HAMBURG-The fine coppered andl
copper fastened ship OSCAR, Captain Loreity,
of about 500 tons burthen, 2 years old, having a
large part of hsr cargo" engaged, will'have immedla.e de-
sp.ich. For freight or passage, apply to
apl8 "GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st..
FOR -VALPARAISO-The fast sailing ship
_____NATCHEZ, Captain Hayes, will sail for the
above port cn the 15th June, and can handsomely
accommodate a few passengers, 'if early application be
made on board, at pier 14. ER, or to..
my22 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
FOR NEW ORLEANS-LLouistana and New
York Linel]-Warranted First Regular Packet-
"1 he superior fast sailing packet ship MISSISSIP.
PL, Beebe. master. having moat of her cargoialready enga-
ged, will have immediate despatch "
For irelght or passage, having elegant 'furnished ac.
commodadtions, apply on board atOrlear.s wharf,. fo6t of
Wall street, or to "
mny29 E. K. COLLINS & CO 566 South street..
'' .FOt SALE-The whaling snip ILLINIIlS
ffRwitb or without her whaling apparatus, burthen
&di42 tons, built in this city for a New. Orleans
packet: Also, the whaling snip PORTLAND, burthen
825 tons, with or without her *halin e apparatus. Both of
these ships are well adapted toi4he whaling or freighting
business. For further particulars, apply on board, at
Judd's wharf, Or to' GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO.
ap24 134- Front street,
L FOR SALE-The. tast sailing, coppered and
sitbs:antial brig EMMA, 245 tons burthen, as she
'now lies at the foot of Pine street. Apply to
h2l GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.

SThe fast sailing New York built ship YORK,
_dMas she recently arrived fr, r Canton. This yves.
se.i was built for a Liverpool packet under, the superin.
tendence ofCapt. re CoRt, and combines the qualities of
speed and strength to a degree remarkable for a vessel of
her atge. For viewo A inventory, and for further particu.
lars, apply on board, pier 9, .fot of Albany street, North
my29 2w. 55 Seuth-atreet.
HE PtOUDRETI'X -.,)MPANY are prepared to re
move the contents % SP'WKs or PxiuviEs a manner
less offensive than the us".. *.ide.
Tubs with close covers are to be used, which are no
emptied Into carts, nor into the rivers, but are carried ou
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 the City Inspector's Office, No 2 City Hall, eor at the
New Jersey Peat Company's Office, No62 Eighth Avenue,
or at the yard 30th street, corner of7th Avenue, wit. te
promptly attendedt
Terms, eigh cents per cubic foot: o2 rendti
I O WINE DErLCRS.-Tae subscriber has re-
JA ceived per late arrivals, a fresh supply of Chainm-
pagne, of the now well known brand "Lafayette"
which, being in prime order, can be offered to the trade
as a first rate Wine.
Also on hand-A lot of superior Wine of Joly's brand,
warranted. A. CASELLI,
my28 5tia 4. Exchange Place,
C LARET- 500 boxes fine Claiet, of various grades,
for sale by
mv22 R H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway..
HOPPAS AND BANDANAS.-50 cases large, me-
dium and small, for sale by
my22 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.
AVA COFFEE-l100 bgs old Java, for sale by
my6 GRACIE & C' 20 Broad st.
LIVE OIL-l16,000 gallons, In pipes and barrels, for
n'y20 .C- 134 Frobnt st

ADDERS-30 cases OInbro Madders, Ibr sale by
my20 134 Front street.

IMA WOOD-15 tons Lima Wood, for sale by
my21l 5 South street.
AlE SHERRY-10 pipes ar.d 9 hhds. a very choice
Wine, has been for the last three years under Cus.
tom House lock, will be sold low to close sales, by
m yll GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad street.
SEINE WINES AND NEI'S.-The following as.
sortment, 25 bales 24 lbs,l6. do18 Ibs, 17 do 12 Ibs'
15 do 11 Ibs, 12 do, 10 ]be, 14 do, 9 lbs, 8 do, 7 lbs. 6 do .
Ibs, 10 do 5 ilbs, and 4 do Seine Nets, all Bridport manu-
factory, received per late arrivals, and for sale by
my7 E. K. COLLINS & CO 56Sonth st.
S quarts and pints. bottled by Fredk Bryant and Davis
and Gao Swayne, for sale by
mvl6 RtYBURN & VANDERVOORT, 10 Old slt.
OCOA-31 casks Rocoa, lor sale y
mry23 134 Front st.

SINSEED OIL-72 pipes, now landing from ships
A Mediator anti Sila' Richirds, lor sale by
mylO R'YBURN & VANDERVOORT, 10 Old slip.
fl EAS -200 chests Hyson, and 500 boxes do, 250 do
Hyson Skin, 400 do and 300 half chests, all of recent
importations, and sone of superior.qoiality, for sale by
mylt2w GAKY SL CO. 90 Pine str-et
INES.-GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad street, offer
v for sale Madeira, Tinta, Malmsey and Sercial
bottled in the island; bottled Sherry and Port, from L'bn.
don; Madeira, Port and Sherry, in pipes. hhds, and qrs,
with a variety cf French and Spanish Wines; also, Ha-
vana Segars of different brands.a my28

H &AI'HING LUOPPER-l-u cates English Copper,
assorted sizes, from 16 to 32 oz, for sale by
my2S GRINNELL, MINTURN &CO. 134 Front st
G ALLEGO FLOUR--200 b'.ls, for sale oy
my28 184 Front st.
S EAL SKINS-50- Lobos Islard dressed Fur Seal
Skins, for sale in lots to suit purchasers. by

O 0 CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from $8 to $5000 on
SBond aind Mortgage on property worth double- the
amount In the heart of one of the largest neighboring
cities. Address box 1344 upper post office. iihlS istf
store-A young man that is thorobehly acquainted
with the city retail book business, and can bring a good
recommendation from his lest employer, for his honesty,
enterprise and general good quality h, 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 "1 Books and Stationary," through
the Park Post Office, with real name and reference.
a p23.tf
ANTED, to go a short .distance into the country,
a LAUNDRESS, who understands her business.
Apply at No 5 WVaverley Place. my22 tf
Sspectable Boarding School in the cMuntry. One
well qualified to take charge -of classes in -the Latin and
Greek Languages, and who would be willing to devote
the whole or part of hi, time to the other duties of the
school;, may hear of a permanent situation by applying
at the School room, No. 67 Christie street. The most
satisfactory references as to ability and character will be
required. my29tf
''OTICE .-The Annual Electon of.a Commiteeto
Manage the- affairs of the TONTINE COFFEE
HOUSE, will beheld at room No. 11 in said House, on
Monday next, the 3d instant, at 11 A. Mi. The poll will
close at noon. FREDERIC DE PEY4TEIl,,
ir y29 4t Chairman.
*' discharging at Orleaps wharf, foot of Wall street.
Consignees will please send for their Goods rMy29
U AD WANTED, in a.Commissaion House. One
L. aboutl6 orl7 years of age, of active industrious
habits, may address F & R, at this office, in hand.
Writing of applicant Little or no compensation given
the first year. my28 3t
R EMOVAL.-F. J. CONANT & CO. hase removed
their Wholesale Clothing Warehouse to 81 Cedar
street, up stairs, between Broadway and Nassau at. myl7
F IHE Stockholders of the LEATHER MANUFAC.
-V TURERS' BANK are hereby notified that the An.
nual Election for Directors, and also for Inspectors of the
next Election, will be held at the BankingRooms on Mon-
day, the third day of June ensuing; to commence at 12
o'clock and close at 2 o'clock.

New York, May 16, 1839.

E. PLATr, Jr, Cashier
I myl5djel

rE HE CONSIGNEE of 2 cases marked T W S, and
e i,0 Hornaper ship Mlimssljpi, from New Or-
leans, isrequeited to leave his address with
my28 E.K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.,
signees by the above ship are requestedd to send theit
permits on board,-at the foot of- Rector street, as soon as
N. B.-All goods not permitted in five days will be sent
to Public Store.
my28 22 Broad st.
SIVIDENO.-The B,,ard of Directors of the HOW.
declared a di idend of Eight per cent. on the new capital,
payable on and after the 3d June next;.
my23 Imn LEWIS PHILLIPS. Secretary.
ment of Twenty Dollars per Share, with interest
from 1st Febtuary, on Stock in the American Exchange
Bank, is made payable on 4th June next.
By order ofthe Diiectors,
JOHN J. FISK, Cashier.
New York, May 23,1839. my23 till Jt4
Office, No, 56 Wall street.
|IKIVIDEND-A Dividend of Ten per cpnt is declared,
D.7 payable on the lot June next. The Transfer Books
will be closed on the 22d instant. Bv order,
myl7 Im T. BULL, Jr. Secretary.
ri _April 30, 1839.
SHE P.iesident 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 1st to 10th May, Inclusive.
By.order of the board,
myl Im. R. WITHERS, Cashier.
L1 CITY OF NEW YORK. having had the sumr of
Five Millions of Dollars subscribed, hereby give further
notice that the Books, for the further subscription of Five
Millions of Dollars, to the capital stock of said institution
will be open at No; 651 Wall street, from 10 o'clock A.
M., till 3 o'clock P. M. of each day, un il 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 subscriptions for the capital. stock, will be
received in cash, State stocks, or such other stocks as the
Comptroller may be authorized to receive in deposit for
bills under the General Banking Law, and tondp secured
by 'mortgage on improved, munincumbered, 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,
apil tf President.
I PresideMay 18, 1839.
DIVIDEND.-The President and Directors have this
day declared a dividend of five Ier'cedit on the renewed
capital stock for the last six months ending, let instant,
and also a surplus dividend of three percent, payable on
and affei the first day of June next. The Transfer Books
will be.losed from 231 instant, until the first day of June.
By order, ..
my20 Im A. B. McDONALD, Secretary.
HE Annual Election for Directors of 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 tjt3
T HE Stockholders are hereby notified that the an-
nual Election for Directors will be eld at the Bank on
Tuesday, the 4th day of June next, b-tween the hours of
eleven and one o'clock.
By order of 'he Board,
_G. A. WORTH, Cashier.
New York, May 13, 1839. my13 tje4
Office No. 67 Wall street.
A 9th May, 1839.
T an election held at the office of the Company, on
the 7th Inst., the following gentlemen were" re.elected
unanimously as Directdrs of the Company for the ensu-
ing year:
Messrs-Henry Rankin Robert Lenox
George Jjhnston Robert Maitland
David S Kennedy John Johnston
Charles March William Colgate
GardinerGHowland Robert Dyson
Henry Brevoort,jr John Van Nostrand
Francis Burritt.
F At 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 insure against ioss 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 adjusted with libe.
reality, and promptly settled.
my0lO 4w 2wis Secretary.
liam street, one door south of Wall.
At an annual Election, holden at the office of th- Con.
pany, on the 13th instant, the following gentlemen were
unanimously elected Directors of this Institution, for the
year ensuing, viz:
James McBride, John Moorhead,
Abner Weyman, Robert J. billon,
Jonn R. Peters, Thomas Nesmith,
John D. Lawrence, Thomas Suffeni,
Joseph Kernochan, James Browen,
George Coggeshall, John Brouwer,
John G. Hicks, R. H. Osgood,
Campbell P. White, Robert Dyson,,
Henry W. Him]s, William Mandeville,
Hamilton Murray, Jonn Johnston,
Joseph Kissam..
And at a subsequent meeting of said Directors, WIL.
LIAM MANDEVILLE was unanimously elected Pre.
sidentof said Company for thecyear ensuing.
The Company still continues their business of Insuring
upon Buildings, Goods, and Merchandize from loss or
damage by Fire GOLD S. SILLIMAN, Secretary.
New York, May 16th, 1839. myl7 lm
RHE 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 5lh, 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 'y be brought before them.
By order of the Directors,
Boston, May 15, 1839.
The Transfer Books in the New Yo' k Office will be cld-

sed on Saturday, June 1st, and re open on Thursday. June
0, 1839. W. C. WOOLSEY,
myl6 tje5 Transfer Office.


-~*" i~yn-~w --CI.Pr~*i~~ LIU--CL -----~-~ill~W L -

LADIES, at JAMAICA, Long Island, within a few ml.
nutes walk of th. Railroad Depot, pleasantly situated on
the Rodkaway Turnpike.
MRS. MACRAE begs to acquaint parents and
guardians, that she will open a select school of tIe above
description on the 1lth May next. Pupils will be admit.
ted at any period alter the above' date'quarterly.
Mad.-Depau, J G Costr, Eaq,
Mrs:Miles Smith, S. M.Fox, E'sq.
Rev Dr Milnot, John Beeckraan, E1q.
Rev Dr Wainwright, Washin.ton uoater. _q.
Rev Dr Skinner, Mortimer Livingston, Iit,
Dr Neilson, Edw. Thebaud, Esq,
J W Francis, I D, A B Cox, Esq.
Fredk. A Tracey, Esq. Henry Beeckman, Zsq,
New York, April 30, 1839. myl Im

J % P. WRIGU7,T -
(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 '
N. inany' FAMiLIES,shretnie.
In any quantities, and at the bhortest notice.,
N. B.-A-I orders for the above Ice, will be received at
T DOWNING'S, 5 Broad street, where the article can Be
seen. my66m ,
t OOMS-furnished or un.urinished, can be obtained at
,. 119 Cedar street, west of Broiadway-with breakfast
and tea, if desired. Terms moderate. Apply as above. -
. HOUS& TO LET in thie 3d-Avernue, between
19th and 20th streets. To a respectable family it
II will be rented low.. Apply to
ny23 SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway.

S" The subscriber Intending to go abroad, (foers
'l for sale, his residence near the Beach with the
lgI grounds around the Mansion Hm.1ueand otofl-o.,
.---Uces, in all from 4 to 6" acres, and more if required.
'Ihe grou,. 's are highly improved with shrubberies, and
the lawr iss scattered with trees of a 'proper growth to
render m.e whole, beautifully ornamental. .
The house has rooms sufficient to accommodate a large
family, This place has no superior, if an equal in New.
port for locality, and the good taste displayed in laying
out the grounidA,the whole having been under theexclusive
di-rection of a first rate English gardener. For pprti.
culars apply to J. M. Bilby, Esq -Attorney at Law.
New Yor k, or to the proprietor.
SWASHINGTON TO LET-A; new and con.
il venient -.tone dwelling, with 2 to 4 acres of land,
Sin the 12th Ward, 10i miles distant from the City
Hall. Apply near the premises, to .
my29 3t* GURDON BUCK, or at No 68 South st.
M FOR SALE-A splendid country Owat in'the
Highlands, on the Hudson River. That lieautiful
lI 'residence knownby the name of the BEVERLY
-* FARM, containing four hundred acres of land,
about two hundred of which is fine level arable.soil, of an
excellent quality, in a good state of cultivation, and not
surpassed'by any on the liver for fertility-the remainder
is fine and thrifty timber land. The situation is the most
eligible on the Hudson, extending one.mile and a half on
the 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 diverified, leach-
ing from St. Anthony's Peak on the south, to the bay and
city of Newburgh on the north. This estate can conve.
niently be divided into three farms, giving an equal pro.
portion of fiont on the river, and of arable and timber
land,to each. Almost every enclosure is supplied with
living springs of the purest water. There is on said es.
tate a plain house, (formerly the head quarters of Gen.
Arnold,) likewise, out houses necessary to carry nn the
..u:pam nft tt 9r o n l 4.~_ tkL.:_1 A-1*I I^.-s .


A 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. l Al-
bany street, corner of Green vich 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 -
Refeiences-Mrs. J. Waddlnetqn, Mrs. Dr. Van Rens-
selaer. Rev. Dr. Milnor, Rev. Dr. Wainwright, Rev. Dr.
Tet ms made known on application to the school.
myli 2m is lIos.
R & No. 410 Houston st., near Broadway,
R. & MRS. BAILEY would inform their friends
and the public, that other Sumnmer Term will coimence
the 8th day of May next Great attention is devoted inthe
Institution, to Elocution, Grammar, Arithmetic and 3ta.
thematic, History Writing, Co'nposition and Musid. The
whole school attend daily to the French Language, under
the instruction or a Pat isian Lady, who reside ain the fa.
mily. The numberof scholars is limited to fifty. One
competent Teacher to every eight or ten pupils.
ap29 6wis

*,sinesso u me ,uirm. ,The single iau, lnat during mte TU D thJ- "
whole time the cholera raeed throughout the State not one At UZS inY, 4th n n ,
case occurred within ten miles of this place, is sufficient to WAt Ieo'lockani front of.-o auction store,
prove the unrivalled salubrity of the situation. The facil- oTt Wine-Now landtig 4 frowie0 r sChooner Conatitu.
cities of intercourse with the city. that can be reachedin four Terms, 4 AndOpotmonth 'daad 240 qr cask port wine.
hours by means Of numerous steamboats, are great and Wines, Oils, DrursM waes, &c.-.At 1 'clock in front
daily increasing, both as regards pleasure, andrthe con. of the stores of Mr 1rotet9 '18 Broad st, 227 ids claret
venienceof a near market ftbr produce of every description. w0eI. dosautfe60 oullon, 780 %r casks port,
Rich in historical associations,conneeted with the glorious 800Sqr casks a Ind 4l M.rieilcs Madeira,70o casks
struggle for our Independence, the Beverly estate presents and 1200 cas superir Muscat; 1200 do clart, 1100 bag.
to gentlemen o' taste and leisure ths rare opportunity of etaoi.JiAbalessoftshelled almos 50o0 Cases pickles.
selecting one of the most charming and picturesque coun- ,casewanchovies, 13'casks verdigris, 7 do tartaric lcid..
try seat in the State. v 5c ah,"'3ak dl^'7onaiccd
trseat ion th State. pply TP .K and Gold and White Veined Marble --At o'clock
For conditions of sale, apply to STFPHEV A. HAL onJudd's wharf, ER,the cargo of the brig HelenMcLeod-,
SEY, Esq., 189 Water street, or RICHARD D. ARDEN, consisting ofsplendid veined black ah ,,,gQid, white and
on the adjoining tr. my20 2wia Ctl ar ^
on the adjoining farm. my20 2wl.u bardilto Italian marbleof desirable sizbse Terme,'..moo.
. t1O LET-i nelarge Basement .toom,At presenwivild- for.aums over $100 approved endorsed notes --
U e~linto two apartments, under the Bank of the Del. WEDNESDAY, June S.
aware and Hudson Canal Co. atthe corner of William and Elegant F.-ench Furniture-At iI o'clock, at the City
Pine streets. Also. a Room on the floor oftaiesamebuild. Hotel, an invoice of elegant new French furniture, now
nrig Inquire at the Bank. f16 tf landing from the packet from Hakvre. It is all ofthe mot
N-THE BANKS OF LONG ISLAND SOUND, costly-and beautiful description,
WEST CHESTER COUNTY.-FOR SALE.-A Consisting of I wardrobe, with looking glass in rose-
place of 30 acres, beautifully situated near New York, wood palisandre; I do do do, I curbeile, lined In satin;1
bounded 80 rods by the Boston Post roaJ, anid extending the duo do do; I do black do ido; 1 guindon work table, oa co-
same distance along the Sound, to which it gently slopes. lumns in rosewood; 1 toilette, Email size do; I do large
It is under a high state of cultivation, and is susceptible of size do; 1 work nable lined with blue satln4 I secretaire,'
being divided into 3 or 5 sites for country residences-pos-. inlaid door splendid; 1 do a chiffovier do; 1 do with -screen
sesasfng every advantage tor health and pleasure belong- rosewood; I work table lined witt- scarlet satin; 1 card ta-
ing to the many elegant country seats in the v cinlty.- ble; table a pignet; 1 bureau, witlhinalde doors and draw.
Those wishing to purchase all. or a part, will obtain par. erao dtie1doin a new styse rosewoo't Lh:fioInert;, I bed-
ticular information of thekimprovementt upon it, by p. stead,4 flett, roaewood, inlaid do do du-.l do dn snaller
plying at the office of the New York American, 74 Cedar size; 1 do do do; I night taire, lined with red morocco; 1
street, o at W. W. ESTER'S, Broadway, corne work table, copper, inlaid; I pyshe, ordinary size.
Neweto Yor. Ciy my codrf Catalogues Will be reiidy on Tuesday.
Dey street, New York City. mhl2Eeodtf .WEDNESDAY, June 12. -
VALU.BLE WATER.POWER, PAPER Sale of Wines, Brandy, Whiskey, &c-12 o'clock, at
M MILL, AND FARVI, AT PUBLIC $ALE.- the stores of Iessre Hogan & Miln,No 94 Beekman st,
ijThe suoscribers will offer at public sale on the 50 hhdsdi10 qr casks and200 itidian bbls superiorold Pale
hi-prenmises, on Monday, tne 10th June next, that Sherry wine various brands; 20 pipes 60 hhds and J100 qr
Valuable Farm, Paper Mill, and Saw Mill, situated on casks fine Madeia,perbiigs Odessa and Mexico; 10 pipes
Muddy Creek,Lower Chareford Township, York County, 30 hhds and 40 qr cisks o'j Loi'doo Port; 300 baskets first
Pennsylvania. The Paper Mill isin first rate order and quality Champagne; 200 cases superior Margaux, Medoe
successful operation runnir- an Engine and Sellers's and Sr Julien Claret,juist arrived per Junius and Havana;
Patent Machine, atnd has room for another engine and 50 half pipes Bordeaux and tochelle Bran ly5 various
Steam-Dryers, or any other actions for carrying on an brands'; 10 punch old Irish whiskey. The above are ill
extensive business; the Mill being 3j by 70 feet, and three entitled to debenture, being direct iriortatonsq.
stories hish. There is a sufficiency ot water power for a JOSIAH ICHA tDS, Aucti weer.
Grist Mill and Rolling Millfor which it is an a-lvantageoul fls BANS1, RJCHA UDN & PLATn.
situation, being quarter uf a mile fiom Castle Fife Forge, BY BANGS, .IfCeAH.BDS & PLA'wT.
and within one and a half miles from the Susquehanna DAYtd AreA196NBoadway.
and i ide Water Canal, which we'll be comoleteJ in the FRIDAY AFTERNOON, May 81,
ensuing fall. The frame of a Grist Mill and husk At4. o'clock.
Thetan hs 'aLaw Library-A valuable Law library, comprising,
timber, &c.-&c. will be sold With the property. There is 'aw-l y 7 i Lw.lba' o rBng
timber, &c. c. will besold with the property. recollection of valuable Modern Reports-among
a.so an extra Water Power below the Paper Mill.. S c'6" 0 >abeMdrRpot-mn
a!so an extra Water Power below the Paper Mill them are Johnson's Reports, .20 v, J-,hnso.ris Chancery
The Farm contains 100 acres of land, with a suffi. Reprt o en Rpo 2 W 's er
ciency of woodland, on which are erected a large Report, 7v, Cowen's Reports, 9 Wendbll's Report,
two story stone dwelling H use, with a pump in the 10 v, Peige' Chancery Reports, 5 v, Kent's Commenta.
yard, with other necessary conveniencics; also a well ries. Petersdor's Abridgment, Johnscn'o s Digest, 2 v,
finished frame tenant house and large frame barn, all in Hall's Siperior Court Reports, 2 v, Granam's Practice,
good repair. i' he attention of persona desiring such pro. Madd"ck'e Chancery, 2 v, Starkie's Evidence,- 3v, Ed.
perty, is requested to the above ; and further r particulars wards Chancery Reports;, offman's Chancery Practice,
may be had by applying to JOHN GRDNR, Eq., 2v, Russell on Crimes, 2v, Chitty's Pleadings, Criminal
may be had by applying to JOHN G. RDNER, E~q., in Law, Equity Digest, Contracts and bills, St'ory'ys Laws
the borough o1 York, or the subscribers, residing on the Law, qiSty DesGe Contracts nd Bills, Story's Laws
premises. GEORGE SHAFFLER, United Siates, Geer on Partnership, Coventry & Hugh's,
my4 2awtjel0 J. B. ROSS. 2v, Tidd's Practice, 2v, Hilliird'a Abridgment, Angeli
Sar.d Ames on Corpoiations, Toiler on Executors, Abbott
SACKAW ANA COAi,--Briken and Egg size, deliver on Shipping, &c.i
A 6d to consumers int New York and Brooklyn, at $6, Full particulars in catalogues on day ofsale.
So per ton. Also, Nut Coal lat $6-all free of cartage .THURSDAY, June C.
Apply at the office, at the junction pf East Broadway an? At 4 o'clock, at their auction room.
Division street, at 58 William, corner of Pins street, or a A LARGE COLLECTION of HISTORICAL, 'AN.
the Coal Yard, foot of Jackson street, Brooklyn. d14 TIQUARIaN AND EMBELLISHED BOOKS, justre.
D ceived from London, together with lie Valuable Private
2DNEY AND PICTOU COAL-200 chaldrons Sid Library of the late James T Watson and also the dupli-
ney and 2 do Picou Coal, of a superior quality care volumes ofthe Library of the New York HISTORI.
and size,for sale in lots to suit purchasers, by CAL SOCIETY, including many rare and valuable
LAING & RANIOLPH, Works relating to America
,250,Washingtonlst, cor of Le Roy and Greenwich|sts, Among them are, the Musee Francaise, the whole
sand corner of East Broadway and works wiih the Supplement, 6 volumes, Imperial ize.
mh25 Gouverneurlsts. The supplement contains 604 line engravings and 15 vig.-
SACKAWANA GOAL,, for sale by the cargo. in rettes, fine proof impressions. 'This complete work is
L quire at 63 William street, corner of Pin, dl4 published at 11,520 francs. Taylor & Cressy's Architec.
tural Antiquities of Rome, 2 volumes in 1. Rogers'
'iOAL.- The subscribers have on hand Liverpool Or Imitations of the old Masters, 2 vols, morocco. Came-
rel, Sidney, Pictuu, Virginia, fine Liverpool Riddled ron's Baths of the Romans, 100 plates. Aristotle's works,
Newcastle, and Cannell C.,a', for the grate and -hanufac- 4 volumes, half Russia. Poll Synopsis Criticorum. five

GEORGE B. ROLLING, Auctioneer.
(Salees oom No. 1 Bhroad -street)
W.t. 1. & Co. have made arrangements In addition
to their salkies of Real Estate, at public and private sale, to
attend to sales of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, cargoes
or Matiogany, GroCeries, &c. &tc. and to t.ansact a general
Auction and Commission business.
W. R. & Co. haveopened a _EGISTER forth dispo,
sition of property at FRIVATE SALE.
At 12 n'clock, attheir sales room, 17 Broad street.
Chancery Sale-Under the direction ol Fredelink De.
.peysierE Eiq, Mster in tChanceryAll that certain lease;
hold property, described as Iolol s- ail that certain lot or
piece of gioU.d, patu andti parcel ot ihe farm or piece of
land in the 8th (late Seventt-.) ward of the city ot New
Yora, known as No 223 King st. .- V .
Aaso, all that certain other Ibt.. known on the said map of
the said farm by the number 215, being .in.widh pOn each
ide 26 fe(t, and in length, on each side 1I00 feet, with thbe
buildings and appurtenances, as movie fully set worth in an
advertisement signed F DePey eter, Maitc: iv Chancery
(hancery Sale-Under the direction of Frederick Da
Peyster, Esq, Master in char,'cery. .
- All that certain lot or piece,of giounQ part and parcel of
the farm or piece oflanit in fhe Sih (late Seventh) ward, of
the city ofNew York,-an( known nd'diaiingnilsid.in and
by a nap of 4aid farm, lately made by Ste!rIen Ludlup.
one ofthesworn s-uiveyors ot thie city f New York, hby
numbersthree hundred and twenty six.
At 12 o'clock, at the Hotel of Henr Van'Cott, in t vil-
lage of Jamaica, L. I IA
Chancery Sale--Under the'direction of Sbtphen Cam-
breleng, q,' mater in cbancery--A" those certain lota
of ground ituate, lying and being in the village of Jama.
ica, in the county o1 Queens,- L. I. known. on a certain,
map. made by Charles Loss, City Surveyor, in the city of
New Ytork, as Nos 123 to 148, inclusive,.
'For particulars, pee advet iUsement signed Stephen Cam.
breieng, master in chancery. "
WEDNESDAY. June 5th.
CHANCIIRi SALE-Undecr the direction of Thom'a
Addis Emgriet, Mastei in Chareery-All those two certain
lots, piecea or parcels of ground situate, I ing andti being
be ween the second and thid avenues, on the south side
Qf 6th treee, known" apd distinguished on a map showing
Sdivisio of a part of the real estate of the late Nicholas
W stwt, decasted, amrMng his heirs, In the 17th
t[lats ith.wrd'ofthla cit, as os 52 and 53. For fur-
ther partlcima see adiertasemenit signed T A Emmet,
Master iu C, ery. .
T..3SDAYJmw llth.
A A 12' o'clock it txde sals rowas t? Broad street.
I- Chasery dale--Tnlader the direction of Frederick Do.e,
peypter, martin: chaaBry; the three story brick house
and lo, No.* 4 Fults treet, a few doors east of Broad.
way, for partictlai'. see special- advertisement signed
Frederick Dpeyqir, master It chancery.
"_ .WuDNBSDAYu-ime.12.
Chancery t8ale-.-At 12 o'clock at-their salsa room, 11
Broad street, under the direction or Daniel Ullman, Wsa,
master in Chancer~, all that certain lot, piece, or parcel of
ground, .with *1te building thereon erected, *imate, lying
and being In th present 16th Ward of theCity of New
York, known as No. 41 Bond aUtet. .--
Also- All that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground wh
the building thereon erected, situate, lying, and. being in
the present 15tf Ward of the City of New York, known a
No. 39 Bona stieet.
Also-All tbat certain Jot;, piece,, or parcel of ground with-
the building thereon erected, lituate, lying and being in
the preeent 15th Ward 'of the. City of New York, known
as No. 37 Bond4 eget...
L. M. HOFiMANR.Auctlon'r.
BY I., i[. laoF lANr & C o.
S iie corier 6f aWil*"and'Fron-tii,...-
L. Mf. Hoffman tk Co. will give their attentionto kiis
tare Sales
At 10 o'clock, at the Phoenix Sales Room."
Fresh Teas -Toe cargo of-the baitrqne Trenton, consiet-
ing of Hyson,V *ug Hyson, Hwon Skin, Imperial, Gun.
powder, 'oucbong and j ecco, In the" us-4al variety of
packages. Tne alove cargo has keen carefully selectedl
and contains alag prIoportion ol fine qualities Catalo.
gues anid saisples will be ready the day previous.
At of 11 o'clock"in front.fq(their auction room,
Tobacco-30 box"e manufactured tcbacco"
Brandy-25 halfppepa4th proof Roehelle brandy; per
bri.Ceol stine, a new brand, of superior quality, eLtitled
to debenture '.
Fleshers--For accesutor whom i(iimay Copncern, 50 dog.
bark tanned fleshei anmsged on-the voyage.
Port Wine--A; !B.cki-n ffut of the store, 100 qr
casks port wine, part prt juice. .'
Mahogany..-At 2"o'ioek at, Martin's )ard, Z R, 190
log St Domingo, mahoan carpg of the achr Enterprize.
At 11 o'clock in fiont of their Store.
Seal Skias- l'00 walQ hair, suitable forcap makers
.. .. MONDAY .- .- : .
Mahogany -.At 2 o'clck r at Stevens trmber yard, be..
tween piers6 and 7 N R, 4 kisa large size Honduras maw
hogany. cargoof brig MaIAit. -
WALDENI P1LL. AttCuoter.
1V O. W ,, PELL.
D C &k W Pll will give" ptcular attention to sales of
household furniiture. .
TOMORROW, .... .. .,
At of Ii o'clock l front of fl e-tore, .
011Oil-102 basket fresh olive oil -
London Piale Ale-Oh'bhdg.su ror Lozidon pal ale ia
quarts,'tlanding from ship f;sce 4a "" ". a .
Damaged hoop and Sheet Iron- Under wardens' In-
spection, for-accoun* of underwrlteis, 460 bundles hoop
iron, 200 bundles sheet iron ,d .o
Medeira Wine- 64 qr casks s-uperior Madeira.
- Principe Segare-40,00Hgavanal Pricipe Sgairs
"Champaign-409 baskets Cbampal ne
Spelter-A, 12 pfclocki.n front oTftheir'0tore-27 tons,
8 plate, gpalter, on four months cr.dt, for sum over
$lov. .-...





0<04 SALE at the Foreign and Classical Bookstore
B' 94Broadway-
Bernard-Jeu'l desEnfans, I v.,l,0cts
Berquin-t)euvres Conmpletaa. vlu, 8S, $W8j"eB -.
VAllofhistalessoldslparawely-.. ...
Boiily-Encouragement Ide I6 Jeunesse, I vol, $1.25;
oites ami aflile. 2 vol,,$l,2; C0ontes efforts anx itnfaks
eFrunce, 2 vA$1,25t- Leos-auMie Femme.e 2 vol, $4 .55;
goneesa ,meaietit.es.4 ies, ? y 4,.$l1,60; Auseries( '1 n
icihard,,i vo43'ta 9. s ..*e,piiatio yol.$i,2
Choetd LI fAres brA1 s,; I vol. $1,-25. "
Deriufinprt-'Trriftde l'H!stoire, 2 voT. 42
Desnrjfers-Ai'veturc did Arn raul uh6ppart,.1 v~f
Mine. C(tti--Ehlsabeth, I vol, 44 ctS; Mansfleld. S val,
Miss gEdgeworth-Education famlohere, 2 vol,J$1,26. .
Florian -Fables, I vol, 374 cts ,; Gullaume Tell, 1 ol
30 cts; Nouvellee, I vol 97 cts Don Quichtto, 8 vol, $1,
iS; Gonzalve, 4 vol, $1 ...
tfeneloa.-Eiluoation deas Filles, 3t cts; Telemaque, 63
Fleury-Histolre d'Angleterre, 1 ol, $1 ; Hlistoire Ro-
maine, $; Histoire de I' Ameriq'ie, 75 cts; Mythologie,
75 cis; Morceaux Choliss, I vol, 76 Cts.
Mme. Guiz it-Les Enfans, 2 vol, $l,76; L'Ecolier.:
vol, $2,50.
Gaultier-Lecturrs Gracuees, 3 vYol, $2.
Lafoataine-Fables, I vol, 811 cebt ; Contes, 1 vol, 75
Lev--quissees Htistoriques, I vol. $1.
Marmontel-Contes Moraux vol $2,75; Bellarare,
vol, 68 cta; Leas Incas, 2 vo,,l 25; Morale en Action,
rol 37J cts.
'Tremadeure (Mile) La Vache noire' I vol, S0 cts, V
rie, uu a jeune ArtisteI vol, WOcts
M me. Voiart and Tastu-Les Enfans Pa Valele d
Andlau, 4 vol, $2.
'41ltId. Waldor-Auguste, ou le Choix d'an Etat, 1 vol
Scts.. dlltf
'1OMATO PILLS.-The original and genalneare on
I. ly prepared by Dr. Miles, who from a long series a
a r fulA.cperimentssuoceeded in obtaining this valuable
extract, and so combining it with certain adjuncts as tC
institute an invaluable substitute for calomel.
"olyspapsla, affectioni of the liver, ensuinpton ofthe
,PVtrels, sick headache, iTregularlties in the sAcretions.
.:and in a multitude of complaints arising therefrom, this
medicinee has not its superior., A trial merely is I equested
to test itA merits ani may be reeaorted to. with perfi'.t on-
ddnce "and safety.
*** Applications for agencies, or far the purchase of this
medicine by wholesale, Mthy be made to
GODDARD% & BUTLER, VGold street,
,(nefal Ag"nts
1-ut upinboxeso 25 and0tSent&e*hach. .
j3 Sold also at retail by M C. Slocuiua roadway:
S',itard & Dellue, 2 Park row and 583 Broadway ; Tho-
ma T. Green, 349 BroadLvay; J. Mllhau, 183 Broadway .
George D. Coggeshall,421 Pearl, cor. Rose street; Adam.
son & Oliff, 9 Bowery, ald O r artaway; John D. Dodd,
643 and 771 Broadway; H. A GOraeme cn of RiWvlngton and
Clinton streets; J k&J. C.odd&lngton,.1 HM,.eon, corner
o SNpringatreet; Dr, W., Murphi, 22 Dimishow tree';
and Rusbitoni Aspiiwall, 106 ftbRs.Wy, 4 Mi V'.0 Astgr
House ; I ; : ; '" ; -a 1
SRtRIS TOOTH WASH, .Pre;,fi& f4ribr thu o0ifin.
U receipt only bybDANlE j G.DAII.D, No. P Gold
Street, New York..
The Orris Tooth WaihistiUrely'a #eeetable preparation
possessing the properties of dleansin the teeth andk mouith,
restoring the gums to a healthy State', and preventing any
unpleasant taste or odousin tOe mouth, whetLher a-Ising
from decayed teeth, or iroin deranged state of the
6" ijund teeth and white teeth are the most yaluable poi-
tiona-f poor humanity, bat how' mkiy neglect the atren-
tin necessary for their preservation, even when surroun I..
ed by all the means needed. Among these we know qf
lone more pleasant and effectual titmn the Ot is Iooti
Wash; it cleanses and whitens the teeth. strengthenMs the
gums, purifies tha mouth, and sw ptlt.sbeath. -We
t6ecommend Its use to all, youaIg a d. id.-rr Boston Post.]
"The Orris Tooth Wak to th e best detergent we ever
Used on our enamel.'"--Bbston Tanscript.1
To THE PUBLIC -Tho concurrent testimonyofthe most
eminentt Dent.stsand imembet's of the medical faculty ij
osey part of the Union, is auited in favor of the Orril
Tooth Wash .. -
FromD r. leader Parmle,YDenflst. '
I have used the"" Orris Toot.h Wah,"k and' having usep
made acquainted with'the variUAs articles of which it '
composed, feel a reat pleasure in' recoi ending it a an
agreeable, wholesome, ppd eqfclent waish ftir the mouth, i
No, lPark Place, NeW 183
From-N. Dodge, manuractarer of ImIatloii Incorruptii.
le Teeth, and S-- rgeo_ DentTt. New York.
Gentlemen -I consider your Orris Tooth Wash the
st in use. t wiih to keep It odhstantly on hand for the use
B patients; please send me asuppl. -.
122 CanUl'seetNeW Yok. pfy, lpy"
Jan. 23 Signed N. D DO*lZ.
P-L&TER',--Prepared for pain ort weakness in their
breast, sidebtaek or limbs; also, for-gout. rhemtintim,i
liver complaint, and dyapeollkaf1r coughs, colds, asthma;
di dlculty of breathing, oppreasiornof the sEdm.ich, &e, they
will give lmmediate and sootiIag srel; a'and tor pleasant.
ness, safety, ease and certainty, are decidedly superior to,
most of theother remedils. -Such eraoso whWose biutness
or avpoations require that he should stand ofesit much '
those of sedentary habits generally, who may be troubled
with pat-e-itthe'side ortSe.Barn atrlttry one of
these beautiful plasters, a6' tey arsesseia46 ally different
from all others, and are;(reae from those ot-jectieos which
are so reasonably mtde agahi0tjph*terp, gfrallT.,
The proprietor has had the pleasure.,pT i!aling hem
daily for a number of years i tx s city ; a'nd ef the many
thousands who have ued th'.i, h- haq. 9%t heard of a so.
litary complaint they're pa1t-rqid p e6Aqvelyy bg.4he
medical profession ;, and there is n probablyy aitla iaelli-
sent physician tn the Unke,l Statet or JBirupe thaz would
hesitate to sanctt.onhem with hle namie orinlluence, when
maade acquainted wIth their Comipositfo.
Printed dtrectuons accompany each plaster,, lsiBed by
me in my own hand wriling,t.r ceuntptfelt which will be
punished as a borgery. Persi s abubt buying them will
rematnber'to ask' 'NA UEAU'E iTB1R GTHINING
P LAS 1' ER, and see that they get ths.dhKec.iqqs thui ian.
ed. They are pt in boxes whih attractive Bthow bills-wIll
keep without faaja.y in afty cliuhate-Shd wjialbe (erward1.
ed to any part ol thes Uniled UW~aI- British ProvInces, a.
per order, arid a liberal disbounti mAde tul rit.eewho buy to
as11 asahm. Incongluqion, I iave ouI7 ^ add~lh|Mtan.
ess are so numerous In ,which'jtnA most saamdr effOscit
have teed pr,,ducef ryuatnnthem; tirat &he ara. recom-
mended witts the most entire confidence to all thoe ,who
aretchrr~afllictedl' -., .. .,
They aresoldin thitcftiy s tte 0aIowwlsi* piac'^-,v
At the B~twery fcdicloe sti re, 8a0 Bowerfy, and **y^
Bal1ecu Medicined store,.4( Bo~rjr, coqffe I'iS ht
nhib xiw N. W. RADBAV.
f hi, & 'JOJ .'< 0)& -4hitti-o.t rt .iumaauaAib~vd str eet
&L -The jubecriber begs "e.e6 4o kfnbrfoti)the-Pinter
hit he has parchased ttw eetenaive estabhlsturent former
elo'itlng to PagLL k-. BQ,'FIa an. harbin, ur
ni bed entirely new.: mortide, and engaged workmen eflt"-
first talent hi the diffesittdepartmentPtiheanow prepared
ta execute orders with tpeww il*4Mpt.ch
His variety and style ot Typml emtrtse to aoe, mi tmils

country In additiou tQ tftW rotlwlaWab, he further, begs
leave toefate, that th- Rial aseifr.t ,e ,antM tacOTer of
his T'ype is different from Jtha.lafedi any .te wFoundry lt
and he will warrant t at ii ft Ir m aTieduable and Jightes
hanhi th i igenervl um :. ., : -_ : -' I
Ib)-addition.to b b ifacturing of.Tei.he has made
arraqnements8o ply the trade with all inateriala nece-
ary Ir pr-inting cee. ,- I I
N. W.-E-ditorof country. palpoeriviog a fewiasefton
to tLs 4dvqtisement, will be allowed $3.:itt Tyobygta
kingfourfti Bathe amount,. -
New 'orkApgutst24bt, 1838 .. ,T
au24 -,I THOMAI G ,JERM .
kh U PON "VS J NIPOW tieK.-SupelriorSportaiX'ao
L other kinds, for sale by the ikbtcriberi. Also, Eagle
Gunpowder. in caninleters for Sporting. B.apont's E*gle
Powder is warranted cleaner, quicker and stronger than
any other Sporting Powder, heiretofoe tmportned. Tha dif-
ferent kinds of Eagle Powder are all of the ias e quality,
being imanoftctured by thie same process. and f' materials
of equsl. purity j'they differ only In the sitze of e gthn.
Supetane Spalting Powder I & aadi d two 'is t e,
,argist grain being designated by a red haIs ,wtfI stars. ,
Also, Guapowder in kegs, warranted of the firtlfi llty'
S the'follwumgkind:. '.
SFFi and FFF glazed, FFF and FTF roign
Cannon, or Musketor Priming, or ,
OP MP rP ..
9 WP toF
Trheee threedastkinds'are tailed Navy I owdor being
of tLE quality manufactured for the United States avy.-
T ney answer1 the best for blowing rocks, on cceuntto
thet very greatstrength I ,I
CATRY C& 90 Pluestreet.
rNo powdsr Is wp;ranted genuine, but much as is
oirc asked from o.ur agents, or those who'aw known t be
supplied y 'them. ..'Di: I iV :. ,
Z,/, J. DDPONbT, 1DOkMuItsli to0;.
Witl'mo'hgen. Del.
P E rr cs OF06 g(6I.S lAS OR STLASBOUtL(.-
S60 terri.ies of various sises, and- h perfect condition
Also, Mushrooms ', '
Green Pease, Green Beans, Apartagus, Strawberrles,
Peaches, Ch-.rries, Raspberries, ke., and a *a*iety of
Patea of.G.ame, &c. just receivedt the test arrivai.fromJ
France, .y I'JNKER'l tO. "
jafn ; '* l-3MeaM'lahe.
114 AIti.U, tAOUL IES.--j. ,6.m .t Wea eat. '
erand Grocer, 142aOrenwichst,haisoh hanul upe-
rior loaf, lumn and crushed Sugar ;also whie Carthage;-.t
Sugar, superior Barbadoes,Porto lRo uau.botwn Havana
Sugar, together with a general asqutmeniltofGrocekj,
N'.V. .iLmillessuppliedwlthfresh 3oshen Butter. ;qds
sentit kt#piT t of thle cttwtboutcharge forporterae.
doVBH, tlBr UtFFE, A 'Tla-- :
H.1" 50 bags oli Govarnment ./aT,..offEc* : *.
R jikoata fimata ft'IM& ;H(VSOO; $. f"

20 q* da,, II' ,d ,ochp. '. -- i
100 4. AA Stchn
For *a10by ,A. DINING ER I CO..


To sail from New York on the 25th, and Liverpool on
the 13th ofeachlmt1. .
vX &kMNW-YtomK
jShIp SH1METbDAN. Capt. Agi ,F. Depeyster,25th May.
Ship GRlit0K, Capt. A S, Palmer, 26th June
$ "fMew ship' fiCIUS, Vapl. Johi Collins,26th July.
ShipSt'DONS, S,. Capt N. B. Palmer, 25thAugust.
New ship ROSCI US, 13th May.
Ship SIDDONS, 13th June,
Ship SHERIDAN. 13th July.
Ship t'A WRIK, Ilth August.
TheSe sips are a&l oft.he first c'ass, upwards of
1000 tons,builtin thecityofP ew York,with suchimprove-
ments as combine great speed- with unusual comfort for
Passengers. Every care has been taken in the arranse-
ment of their accommodations. The price of passage
hence is $140, for which ample stores, including wine,
&c., will be provided. These ships will be commanded
by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to
Give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners
of these ship will be accountable for any letters, parcels
or packages sent by them, unless reguhf.R bills of lading
are signedtherefor. For freighter passage, apply to
X. B K. COLLINS & CO. South st. New York, or to
S WM. &JAS. BROWN & CO., Liverpool.
Letters by the packets will be charged 121 cents pet sin.
gle sheet, 50 cents per ounce, and newspapers 1 Cent each.

S Louisiana and Ne* York Line of Packets.
(Toasail every Saturday-)
Ship MISSISSIPPI, Beebe, master, to sail 9th March.
S LOUISVILLE, Allen, f 16th "
P" AARATOA Hatbaway, 23d "
HUNTSVIlLE, ldridge,1" 4 30th
6New ship ,. 6th April.
S New ship 13rh --
Newshipn 20th "
8bip yAZOO,Trask, 27th "'
I 4HAKSPEARE,,CorneIl,' 9 4th May.
The above ships are all of rite first class, coprpered and
copper fastened1, of a light draft of water, and built in this
city exp:ressly for the trade, with elegant accommodations
for pagseneers, and commanded by able and experienced
masters. .The price of passage from New York to New
Orleans, a fixed at$80,an'ifrom New Orleans to New
York at $90, without liquors. They will at all times be
Stowed up and down the Mississippi by steamboats and the
strictest punctuality observed In their time of sailing.
; Neithertheownersor captains of these ships will oe re-
* spnnsiblo, for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or
plated ware, or for any letters, parccel eorpackage sent by
I or put on board ofthem, unless regular billsof lading are
r taken for thesame, and the value thereinexpressed. Al] l
; goods sent to thesubscriber, will be fotwardedfree 0of com-
r mission. Foef.r eightor passage, apply to -
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
No groods received after Friday evening. mh9.
--On and after May 9th, the Steam-
"lESSi---- boat' PASSAIC will make three
q k leavi e lot trips a day'from New York to New-
rk, aidu leave iblloWo :
N'eiv York, Newark.
i Foot of Barclay st. Centre Wharf.
8$ o'jlnck, A M 61 o'clock, A M
24 PM I

OP Sunday the P 4SAIC will leave-
S 1-011orcDC,A M I 7j o'clock, A M
5 PM I ,3 P M
Fare 181 cents. May 7
k.__--The steamboats HOBOKEN anOl
l i PIONEER will ply constantly be-
B l tween Barclay street and Hoboken.
TheN EWARK will eave Canal street at the commence-
ientn9fAach hour and half hour, and Hoboken every ir.-
termedlateqHarterdurin. the day. mylO

sr.nd aftepitbe lstdiy of May, the cars will leave
Walker street and Harlem, from 6 o'clock A. M. to 9
o'clock P. N. in the following older 6 o'clock A. M., 7, 8.
So, 9, 9\VI4,,1, liP.'M ,ana every, half hour until 8
o'clock .. : .. (
Extra cars wil,; be furnished, when required by parties5
at $5 a trip each way.
N B-Passengers observing any neglect of duty or in-
solerint language on the part of any, one employed by the
Cooipar,y,are, requested to make their complaints at ,the
office,77 Bowery. By orderof the Committee,
ui29 J. S. WHIGAM. Suoerintendant.

Dait, iSuiditdyu excepted,) at 7 O'clock, A. M.
S from pei No.'2. North River. ,
By steamboat -INDE9PENDENCE to South Amboy,
from thence to r0ffrveown, 'via Railroad, and from
three in et .mbi,, .t arlii I t Phlvadephia at 2
o'clock, P.M; .., I. t Philad la at 2
Fare Ilnth# eValle s, IB. O'warid Deck passengers
to Philadelphia, $2 2.5 115.
o'clock boat, via Rtatlroad to Hlghtstown,fromthenceto
Freehold by stages. Fare to Freehold,$1 60.
TRENTON LINE-By ,he 7 o'clock boat.Faro to
Trenton,'$8. FOrward deck passengers to Trenton,
$1 So.
Faisto Pertha'dSouth Amboy,50cents.
uj* d IRA BLISS,Agena..
relt~t Kfn I~mier of buara-D-Hrealifast, 5e cents5
Dinner, S0 cents. '
All Baqeaee attherisk ofitsowner. mhl8
Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton.
.. Through in Six Hours.
Leave New-York, from the foot of I~bertystreet, daily.

* Morning Line, atgo'ciock, A. W.
Afteraoun Line, at 4} o'clock, P. M.
f are through iJh beth lines, $4. -
Fare to Tret.ton,'d2 i);to Pinceto, $2. ,
Pasjkggcawilproclms..h44e41eae. at-the Office, toot
.of Liberty street, where a commnodious Steamboat will be
ir readiness to convey them to Jersey City, with laggage
crates in board.

SPhiladelphia baggage goes through without being open-
ed by the way.-
S Rfturnlrg, the Lines will leave Philadelphia at 8l
0 o*dlock A M, and 5 P M. my27
'Newark. Eliza*ithtown, Rahway, and New Brunswick

Leave New .York (at the foot of Liberty at.)
At ofc'.ock A. M. daily.
4{ *1 P M. do.
6 .A- M.-dfd.-- ,
Leave New'Brunswick.
At 7 6'ciock, A. M do.
1: noon do.
9 P. M. do.
On Sunday, the 6 P. M. trip from New York, and 7*
A. M. trip from New Brunswick, are omitted.
Fare between New York and Elizabethtown, 371

cents; Rahway, 50 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cents.
(Foot of Courtlandt t.., New York)
Leave New York Leave Newark
S Ai8 o'clock, A. M. 5 g "
9 7* 1 a
11 1 9 "5 41
2 P. M l0i "
4 i" 1 P.M.
6 3I "
8 c 5I "
On Sunday, leave New York, root of Liberty it, 9 A M,
and 41 P M; leave Newark 1 P M, and 10 P M.
.Aif Al MnsS, (Sundays excepted.)
Le i veNew York at 12 o'clock F. M ; and leave New.
ark at 10 'clock P. M-
Fare between Jersey City and- Newark, 37 6ents.
[Passengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket.Of-
fcas, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides preventing
c !fusion and delay after crossing the river.
Sl Tickets are received by the Conductors only'on the
day when purchased.
r P-he Town Tracks ain the City of Newark havebeen un
terlet, and passengers will be carried to andfrom the De-
pottomeat. the arrival and departure of thetrainefor 6$
terta each.- my27

i UMw-CHAIN.%, &c. etc.-The subscribers receive or-
deits for every description of railroad bars, spikes, split.
ifg plates, chains for inclined planes, stay and short
links of ihnprovd patent Iron, Locomotive engines, &c.
Ac., at maout'ctureers' prices. A distinguished Eigineer
besides in England, for the purpose of hispecting all rail.
way iron and machinery ordered through us.
i DAVIS. BROOKS & CO) .21 Broad st., New York.
-u bnlhand for sale.
AQ0 tons 2j inch by fInch rails, 15 feet each.
40 do 2 *do I dAo t1 .1

.L". .f& JLS&Y tiff

The proprietors of the several Lines of Packets .e-
tween New York and Liverpool, have arranged fortheitr
sailingirom eaChport on the slet, 7t0, l3th, 19th and gith
of every montv.'; the ships toauccocd ea~c other iuthebfpl-
lwingorder, viz.' .

*S'lS^ i S ", 5 I o" !"

.C! 'a
0jl I- '
ar ia. X

ft ft

o a>a" f l .. aa .. .t aas .

tO-" t-o, ho--,-. t-'o-_ ,.
| Thes s t e al o! te fAirt lassd ally or mand
at -4 CA WfWi --A c -rotoW or a ginas,

~ .~ ~-- -to--CD

Wctou-w oin-,4toos bed g toh t eW -

STes a aa n I se r. lar ,als o a d an *ar

sigewi thereotr. _t for pasengrs.Th
-^~~w^*"o ^"~O ^i 'tgiow;

Sg-e to -ss- t for d to top s

nludins g Am (es5storesa, En Orpedding.Neitherth e p a.
sig-n'edH totOut- t, -M. toe,
(0 > 03 '-c5 -- 01( 5.l-u 3- 0 S V~

Agents worships Osxfor ster tirgin. S hEfroel Co
U n- ed t-a t es to
-0 03.- 01( 0 -5- 0 (0 0 -5 01 (003" 3' t
l These ships ate all othe firng class, andOaheuycommand

ed, with elegant accommoatioTs for passengers. The
price ofpAsaGe from New York to Liverpool. is fixed

Agents for ships Shakelpeare, Ir dependence, Roscoe
and Geo. Washington,
at $140, a184d from Liverpool to New Yor at, New York.guines,
incuin wines, PIKstores ard bedding. Neither the capool.
tans or 'owners will he responsible for any letters, par-
cels or packages, unless regular blue8 of landing ate
signed therelor.

Agents for ships Oxford, North Amerio, ShEurope, Co-and
lumbusa,S England, Orpheus, and Cam
GOOD HUE & CO. or e it*tNYr

CE.K. COLLINS & CO 56South st, N. York.
jel3 WM. BARING, JABROWNTHERS & CO. Liverpool.r
T. & In SANcs f CO. Liverpool.

Agents for ships Shakfeears, Ir dependenceh Roscoe

sailing day falls on Sunday, the ship will sail on the suc-
ceeand Geo. Washington,z

1From F rk. From Liepool.
Agents for 9 The ORhips Roscius, Siddons, SheridyJan. and
Marrck, May 7

Aug. I I ept.19:
DecE.K.The COLLINS & CO. 56 AMBRIDGE-South at N.sYork.Jan19

'A pri'l- !,B arsley. May !10
jeug. WM. & JAS. BROWN CO. Liverpool.

Sept. I"Oct. 3 19
Line of Packets for Liverpool will hereafter be

despatc he followinRTH order, exceptingthat when the
aln g day fall. on Sunday, the ship will sail on the oxe.ue
ceedinI day, viz I
From N. York. From Liverpoof.
Julye19' Sept. 7

Nov. 19 The ORPHEUS-75618 tons-Y.G.Barley Jan. 7

Jan. 19?* s.a.,, Mar 7
Mar.y 19) MaJuly 7
Aug. 1' M oSep.19
Dc. 1 IThe COLAM BRIDGE-5 tons-Ira j'A. N19

Feb. I I, r Mar.19
JunAprel 1 Barppley. JMauly 19
Aug. 19) Oct. 7
Dec 19 The OXFORD-BOO0 tons- J.Rathbone. < Feb. 7
April19) .June 7

Oet. The NORTH AMERICA-610 tons Oect.9

Jen. S en.Feb.19
May I W.CE.sHoxiw. [JniI
Sept.19 eURfOPE16l tons-F. G. Mar (Nov
My195' shall. rJuly 7
0. ^The COLUMBUS-663 tons-? B.g'
June lI/ Cropper. Dec. 7f
Oct19 The SOUTH AMERICA-616 tons- *1April7
Fsb.'19 W. C;Baratow. June19 ... .Aug. 7
N 'l IThe ENGLAND-73 tons-B. L.ADecpil9
M ,ar. IWaite. .Apru.l
July 1 k Aug.l9
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
wiehthe proprietors of the other lines, at $140. including
wine., and stores or every description, and $120 without.
Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be ae
sponsible for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by
them. unless regular bills of Lading re signed therefore.
Forrretgihor pausage, apply to ..
GOODHUE & CO.,0or1) ..4...,. .
apl6 and to BhRING, BR.OTHkRS & CO, Liverpool.
Y5a1PoL0 LINxe OF PACKfTs.

Tosalflit"om New YorBa and Liverpool In the following
order: Eml* *iaNew York. From Livergool.
Ship INDEPENDENCE, .Au, I e 2-
.. '. : I Jan 2o
SEzraNyc, Apr May26
...... OE "8epq ,Oct 25
Ship ROSCOE, 7 'Feb 26
Jo C.Delano, May 7 June2 5
ShpEWSIGO Oct .7 Nov 25
8hip GEe.WASHINGTON, .... .
Hy. Hoidredge, ,June7 July 25

ShIpSHAKSPEANov 7 Lug 25
Ship SHAKSPEARE, M-r7-De -
Edward Cornell t7 Dec 25
rauly7 Apr 25
These ships are all ot the first class, ab ycommianded,
with elegant accommodations for passensera. The price
of passage from New York to Liverpool is fixed at $i40 ;
and from Liverpool to New York at 35 guineas, including
wines, stores and bedding.
Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible for
any letters, parcels, or packages, unless regular bills of
lading are signed therefore. Applyto
Agents, 134 Front et, or
sel8 WILDES. PICKERSGILL & %O., Liverpool
to sail on the 1st, 10th and'0th of e, rynmonrih.

This Line of packets, will hereafter b composed o
thefollowing ship, which willsucceeder C otherin the
ordei in whichtboy are named, sailing p mnctually.from
New York and Portsmouth on the lot, 10th andi 20th, and
from Iondon on the.7tL,17th and -7h of each month
as follows:
Frma Neoew York. From Lond. Porte.
Jan. 1I" Feb.17 Feb.20
May I ST.JAMES, I Sebors....... Junel7 June20
Sept. 1 ) (Oct 17 Oct. 20'
Jan. 20) Mar. 7 Mar.10
May 20 GLADIATOR, Tbhe- Britto July 7 July 10
Sept.20) i Nov. 7 Nov.10
Feb. 10) Mar.27 Apr. I
Junel0o QUEBEC F H. Hebard.. ,July27 Aug.l
Oct. 10) Nov.27 Dec 1
Feb. 20) Apr. 7 A&)r 10
June20k, WELLINGTON,'D Chadwic Aug.7 Aug.10
Oct. 20, (Dec. 71Dc .10
Mar.lo 1Apr.27 May 1
July 10lOSAMSON,@;Russell Sturges Aug.27 Sept. 1
Nov.10 Dec.27 Jan I
Apr. 1) May 17 May 20
Aug i ONTARIO, Henry Huttleson % Sept.17 Sept.20
Dec. 1) IJan. 17 Jan.20
These shipsareallofthe first class, abjut 600tons oui
hen, and are commanded by able and experienced navi -
gators. Greatcare willbetakenthatthe beds, stores, &r.
areofthe best description. The price of Cabin passage
snow fixed at $140, outward, for each adult, which in
cludes wines and liquors. either the captains nor the
ewhersoftheae pac5"-ts will be responsible for anyie"
t.-a, parcels, or pacuagan sent by them, unlesaregular
Skils of Lading are signed therefor. Apply to
"el0 134 Frontast.. N.Y


QtTo sail from New York on the 8th, 16th, and 24th, and
from Havre Ist, 8th, and 16th ofevery month.
From Ngw.York. From Ravre.
Mar. 8) ,, (April 16
JuIne 24 Skin TIOWA t(naw\ W Apil Pall Mui a

I pursuance oflan order of the Surrogate of the Coun-
ty of New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against Edwin Beach, late of the City of
New York, deceased, to present the same with the vouch,
era thereof to the subscriber, at her residence, No. 49 War
ren street, or at the office of Burr & Benedict, No. 73 Nas-
sau street, in the City of New York, on o.r before the
twentieth day of June next.
Dated New York, the thirteenth day of December, 1938
d14 law6ni ELIZA BEACHI. Administrator.
e UKitUANT to an oriert maad' by the Surrogate ol'
I the city and co'miy of New York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claimsaetinst the estate ot Si.
las Judson, late ol .i e city of New York, deceased, to
present the same, with the vouchers thereof, at the office
of Pierre Ogilvie Beebee, 4 Wall street, New York, un
or before the first Monday in October nest.
Dated New YXork, March 26tb, 1839.
MARY ANN JUDSON, Administratrix,
mh26 1 aw6m
Y order of Daniel P. Ingraham, Associate Judge o
the Court of Common Pleas, for the city and county
of New York, notice is hereby given, pursuant tothe pro-
vislons of the statute authorizing at.arhmnents against non.
resident debtors,that an attachment has issued against the
estate of Joseph W. Walker, a non-resident of the State
of New York, and that tie same will be sold for the pay.
meant of his debts, unless he appear and discharg. such
attachment, according to law, within nine months from
tie first publication of this notice; and that the payment ot
any debts due to him by residents of this State, and the
delivery to him or for hbis use, of any property within this
State belonging to him, and the transfer of any such pro.
perty by him, are ro, bidden by law, and are void. Dated
the 8th day of April, 1839. -.
SMITH B ARKEtt, Attorney for Attaching Creditor.i
ape law 0m
AT a Court of Chancery held lor the State of New
-Yorit at th city or New York, on the first day of
April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine.
Preseint-Wiliiam T. McCoun, Vice C("ancellor of the
first circuit.
Daniel Russell, vs. Christopher Keyes, William H.
Lauie, and o:hiers. ames Maurice, Jr. Solicitor.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this court
that William H. Launrie, one of the defendants in the
above entitled suit, resides out ofthls State, and v.ithir, the
United States, to wit, in the District of Columbiae : on mo-
0on of William H. Bulkley, ]Equire, of counsel for the
complainant it. is ordered that the said William H.
Laurie, cause his appeal ance to be entered, and notice
thereof to ser vred on the complainant's solicitor within four
months from the date of this order; and in ease of tcis ap
pearaace, that he cause his answer to the complainant's
bill to b3 filet-d, and a 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 puhli-hed in
the State paper atid 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 the said
William H Laurie at least twenty days before the lime
prescribed for his appearance. Copy,
apll law8w JOHN W ALWORTH, Clerk.
T a Court of Chancery held lor the State or New
York, at the city of New York, oa the seventh
day of May, one thousand eight' hundred and thihty-
nine- |
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellcr of the
First Circuit.
John Greacen vs. Rufus Davenport, and Zalmon B.
Wakeman, and al.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of thigh court.,
that the defendant, Zalmon B. Wakomam, 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, ao notice thereof to be served on the com-
plainant' solicitor within four months from the date of this
order, and in'case of his appearance that he cause his an-
swer to the compliinant's bill to be file]1, and a copy
thereof to be served on the complainant's solici)tor with-
in forty days after service of a copy of ssid bill, and in
de.ault thereof said bitl of complaint may be taken as
confessed by him : and it is further ordered, that within
twentty days the saild 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 tne said papers at least once in each week for eight
weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of 'this or.
der to be personally'servedupon the said Zalmon B Wake-
man, at least twenty days before the time above prescri-
bed for his appearance.
(Copy.) JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk,
Win. inglis, Solicitor. ,A) myll lawSw
A RT STREET-Notice is hereby given to all per
sons ir.terested, that the Commissionerg duly ap.
pointed to perform certainduties relative to widening and
improving Art street, Ii the l5th arid llth wards of the cit,
of New York, have completed their report of estimate and
assessment, as well of the loss and damege sustained by
the owners of, and parties interested in, the lands and
premises requited 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 foit the said widening and improving ; anti
that the said commissioners have deported a true
copy or transcript of the said repeit of estimate and
assessment in the premises in the clerk's office of
the City .of New York for the inspectdon of whomso-
ever It may concern, and that objectio. s thereto (if any)
nmuit, 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 arid assessment will be presented to the
Supreme Court of Judicature of the People of the
State of New York, at the Lalirol in the City of Al-
bany en the fourth day of June next, at the opening of the
Court on thratday, or as soon thereafter as counsel can he
heard thereon.-Dated New York, the 17th day of May,
"-ts'iMU'EL GILti-Jr. 126 William street,
JOHN L. IRELAND, 316 Fourth street,
JOHN W. MULLIGAN, 143 Fulton street,
myij3 o Ctmoiiaioners.

A T a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York at the City of New York, on the thirteenth
day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine,E
Present--WilUam 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 Phenlx Bank, Edward f erris, and Henry J. Knapp,
and Mark Banks.
It appearing by affidavitto the satisfaction of this Court
that the defendant, i-lenryJ. Knapp, resides out of tals
State, but is a residentof one of the United States, to wit:
of the Stare of Connecticut, on motion of Benjamin
Haight, solicitor, and of counsel fbr the complainants, it
is ordered that the said Henry J. Knapp cause his ap.
pearance to be entered, anl notice thereof to be served on

ihe complainant's Paid solicitor, within four months from
the date of ths Qorder, and it, case of his appearance, that
he cause nie answer to the complainant's bill to be filed,
and a copy thereof to be served on the complain.
ant's solicitor, within forty days after service of a
copy of said bill, and that in default thereof, said
bill of complaint may be taken as confessed by
him. And it is further ordered that this order be
published within twenty days after the making thereof in
the Itate,paper and in the New York American, a public
paper printed in the c ty of New York, in this State, for
eight weeks In stlecemsion in each paper, and once at least
in each week, but such publication shall 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.
myl7 law8w (A) Clerk.FS
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Surrogate of the
I CountV of New York, ),otlce is hereby given to all
persons having claims against William Falconer, late of
the City of New York, paint dealer, deceased, to present
the same witn the vouchers thereof to the subscribers at
their place of business as 7executors, No 4 Wall street, in
the city of New York, on or before the first day of Decem-
ber next.
Dated New York, lth dav of May, 1839.
myl6 law6m Executors.
AT a Court of Chancery held for the State of New
York at the City of New York, on the thirteenth
day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
The President, Directors and Comopany of the North
River Bantik of the City of New York vs. David Rogers,
and Susan his wife, S muel D Rogers, and Frances his
wife, Robert Lenox, John lacib Astor, John L Ireland,
The North American Instrance Company, anl William
Stevenson, Junior.
It appearing by affidavitto the satisfaction of this Court,
and which affidavit as dlfy filed in this Court on the 8th
day of April last, that the dptiendants, David Rogers, and
Susan his wife, reside outf4 this State but are residents
of'St Croix, in the West lDWie: On motion of S G Ray.
mowl, of counsel for the complainants, it is ordered that
the said David Rogers and Susan his wile, cause their ap.
pearance to be entered and notice thereof to be served on
tha complainants' solicitor within nine months from the
date of th a order; and in &ase of their appearance that
they cause their answer to tihe complainants' bill to be filed
and a copy thereof to be ved on the complainants' soli.
Ctoias-withia forty days atir servlce-ofa copy of said bill;
and in default thereot raid ilt may be taken as confessed
by them ; and it is further irdlfed that within twenty aays
the said complainants' came this order to be published in
the State paper and in the ew York American ; anu that
said publication be contain eJ in each of said papers at
least ores ini \A~nwh wekAir Inn Q i7 in mi,. e.i onn, r ta..


Every person vending, dealing in, or retailing Strong
or Spitituous Liquors in the City ot New York.
All persons who shall sell or deal in Strong or Spirituous
Liquors, [except Imnporters or Distillers selling any li.
quora imported or distilled by them, in quantities above
five gallons,] without having first obtained a License for
such purpose from the Mayor, and the respective Alder.
men and Assisi-tants of the Wards in which they severally
reside, are su ject by Law, for each offence, to the pen.
ally of $25; antd in case ot Retailers, to the additional
punishment, [by Indictment.] ot fine and imprisonment,
Tavern and Excise Licenses v ill therefore be issued at the
Mayor's Office, City Hall, between the hours of 10 and 2
o'clock, on the days prescribed as follows, for each re.
spective Ward.
1st Ward, Wednesday and Thursday, 15th and 18th May
2d do. Friday and Saturday, 17th and 18Ih May
3d do. Monday and Tuesday, 20th and 21st May
4th do Wedn:esday and Thursday, 22d and 23d Mlay
5th do. Friday and Saturd.iy, 24th andt 25th May
6th do. Monday and Tuesday, 27th and 28th May
7'h do. Wednesday and Thurkday, i9th and 30th May.
8th do. Friday .nd Saturd.ay, 31stMay, 1st June.
9th do. Monday and Tuesday, 3d and 4th June.
10th do -Wednesday and Thursday, 56th and 6th June.
lIth do Friday and Saturday, 7th and 8th June
I2th do Moday and 'I tuesday, 10th and 11th June.
13th do Wednesday and Thursday, 12th and 13th June.
14th do Friday and Saturday, 14th and 15th June.
15th do Monday an. Tuesday, 17th and i8th Junw'.
16th do Wednesd y and 'iT'rursday, 19th and 20th June.
17th do Friday and Saturday, 21st and 22d June.
DY Persons now holding Licenses, are requested to
produce them when applying for renewal ; also, special-
ly requertedto apply within the time as above, to avoid the
penalties of the Law. Hy order,
JOHN MOUNT, First Marshal
NewYork, Mavot's office, May 1, 1,39. my7 tje27
SN the matter of opening Eighteenth street,4irom the 5th
avenue to the 6th avenue in the 12Lh Ward of the
City of New York.
Notice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen and
Conmmonalty of the City of New Y.'rk, that an application
for the appointment of Commissioners of Ebtinrate and
Assessment in the above matter, will be made to the Su.
preme Court of Judicature of the people of the State o;
New Yori, at the Capitol in the city of Albany, onr, the
first Tuesday in June next, at 10i o'clock A. M.
Dated the i ih ,lav or May, 1839. nmyl0 20t
&N the matter of opening Seveunty.ointh street, fiom the
Sixth Avenue to the Ejighth Avenue, in the Twelfth
Ward of the City of New Yotk.
N, tice is herety given, by the Mayor, Aldermen and
Commor.alty, of the City of New York, that an appli:a.
tion for the appointment of Commissioners o' Estimate
and Assessment in the above matter, will be made to the
Supreme Court of Judmicotuie of the people of the State of
New York, at the Capitol in the city oV Albany, on the
first Tuesday in June next. at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Dated the 10th day of May, 1839 a yl0 20t
IN the matter of opening Flgit, fifth street from the
Seventh avei,ue to the Ninth avenue in the 12th ward
of the city of New York.
Notice is ,,ereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen, and
Commonalty, of the city of New York, that an application
Tor the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate and As.
sessment in the above matter,willbe made to the Suireme
Court of Judicature of the people of the Stateot New York,
at the Capitol in the city of Albany,on the firtt Tuesd&y in
June next, at 10 o'clock, A M.
Dated the 10th day of May, 1839. rnylO 26t
IN the matter of opening avenue A from 109th street to
the Har;em River, in the 12th ward of the city of New
Notice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen and
Comnmonalty, of the city of New York, that an application
for the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate and As.
.e- tment in the above matter, will be made to the Supreme
Court of-Judicature of the people of the Stateof NewYork,
at the Capitol, in the city of Albany, cn the first Tuesday
in June next, at It o'clock, A. M.'
Dated the 10th day ofMty, 1839. mylO 20t

1N the matter of opening the new street alorg the line
of the Bloomingdale Road from T'v.enty first street to
the Seventh Avenue.
Notice is hereby given, by the Mayor, Aldermen and
Commonalty, of the city of New York, that an application
for the appointment of Commissioners of Estimate and As
sessnament min the above matter, will be made to the Supreme
Coutt of Judicatnre of the peopleof the State of New Yoik,
at the Catltol in the city of-Albany, on the first Tuesday in
une next, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Dated the 10th day of May, 1839. myl0 20t
W Madeira-NewtonG M. andS 'a; Leal's; How.
ard, March & Co.'s; Blackbuin's, and others, in casks,
on draught, in demijohns, and bottled Port, of the most
esteemed brands, in ca, ks and demijohns; also of extra
quality, bottled. Sherry-W. Duff Gordon's, and Pale,
drowit, and Gold, in casks, draught, and bottled.--
Rhine-Rudesheimner, Marcobion:ier, Steinberger, Hoch.
heimer, Johannesberger Rauenthaler, sparkling Hock,
&c.; also, the Moselle, Brauneberger, and Stharzberger,
Bordeaux-Chateau.IMaigaux, C. Lafitte, Latour St. Ju.
lien, Pauillac, Leoville, with other Ciai eta, of various
grades and prices, in cases; Sauterne, of varitu, bands.
Burgundy--Sparkling and still; Chanibertin, iVolnay, arnd
tomanee Malmsey, L. P. Tenenriffa, Lisbon, S. Ma.
deira, kc. thampagne-Heidseick, Grape, and various
othet favourite b: ants, pints and quarts.
LIqUORS. -Brandy-Otard, Duruy & Co., 1827 and
'30; Champagnu Brandy, 1816, '25; ala.', bottled, superior
quality. White Brandy, of high proof, for preserving.
Peach Brandy. St Ctoix and Jamalca'Rum, bottled and
draught.-Bay Rum. Scotch and Irish, real Malt, and
Monongahela Whiskey Gin-Holland, on draught; Lon-
don Excise, and Cologne Gin, bottled. Arrack-Absinthe,
Kirschenwas er.
LIQUEURS AND CORDIALS, of every description.
Orange, Lemon, Citron, Canelle, Menthe, Annizette,
and other Martinique Cordials; also. Curacoa, Maras.
chino, French Annizete, in baskets. Raspberry and
cherryy Brandy. lt:3
MaLT LiqUORS -Brown Stout, Double and Single,
in pints anid quarts, small packages or otherwise, best
trar.ds. English, Scotch, and Philadelphta Ale and
SYRUPS -Lemon, Raspberry, Sarsaparilla, Ginger,
HAVANA SEGARS of very superior quality, always
on hand, in quantities to suit purchasers.
GREEN .EAS-Imperial, Gunpowder, Hyson, and
Young Hyson, in, canisters, caddies, half chests, arnd
chests, selected with gteatncarefrom late importations.
BLACK TEAS -Orange Pecco, Flower d., Pouchong
and Souchong, in small boxes, or by Ib, half chests, and
COFFEE-Mocha. Java, Manilla, Liberia, &c.
COCOA, in Shell and prepared, in small boxes. Cocoa
Shells and Bean.
4 CHOCOL.Te-Zealanud, from the pure Caraccas Co-
oa. spice ; also, pain.
PRESERVES, of Havana, assorted, and of ;he East
FRUITS-Bunch Raieinsain whole, half, and quarter
boxes; Figs, In their season ; Bordeaux Prunes ; Citron ;
Su'tana Raisins; Zarite Currants; Princess' and Bordeaux
Almonds; Grapes, in their season.
SFFISH-Sardines, in oil; Anchovies, in boxes of one
dozen glass jars; Herrings, Dutch and Scotch, pickled, in
kes; also. smoked. Salmon. soused, in its season; p.ck-
led, In kits.
SAUCES and KETCHUPS. ofalmost all the varie-
ties, English and French.
MUSTARD, French and English, in pots bottles, and
101t and 20it) kegs
CHEESE-Double Gloster, Cheshire Schabzlber,
Parmesan, and American
HIIAMS-Westpialia,Virginia, Newbold, &c. Tongues,
Smoked Beef, &c.
SUGARS-St Croix, in barrels, half barrels, or other.
wise; Porto Rico; white and brown Havana; refined treble,
double, anid single Lump and Crushed, ia barrels, hall
barrels, or otherwise.
CANDLE--New Bedford and patent Sperm, Mould,
anl Paris Wax.
OILS-Sperm, ef the finest quality; Salad in baskets;
or Lucca in chests and at retail. o
S 'AP-Old Castile, Brown and White.
SPICES-Mace. Nutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, and Gin.
ger. White, Black, and Cayenne Pepper.
PICKLES-English and French, in gallon, half gallon
and quaurt jars, assone W.
OLIVES- -French antd Spanish, of fines quality.
3 o This assoo t ent is varied anmd increased.
**.* These articles will be furnished, delivered in any
part of the city,.on terms as favorable to the purchaser,
as those of fi at quality can be obtained elsewhere in the
city my6 om R. H. ATwELL, 3il Broadway.

lc HOICE AND RARE WINES.-The subscribers
offer for sale the followingold and superior Wines,
most of which were imported by them direct, and from the
firstsources a
2 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, half pipes
and quarter casks
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and was
sele5sed from the most celebrated esaaties.
50 0 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30 years
old, part imported direct, and partvia India. Also, Malm,
sey,Sercial and Tina.
T0e nen Pale, Gold and Brown SherryWines in casks,
denijohnes and bottles.
French Wines-Chateau, Margaux,,of 1827 and 185,
Chateau Laid'e, Leoville, Palmer, Margaux and St.
500 baskets De 6,.;mont Champaigne,
50 cases Sparkling Hock.
200 cases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitage.
50 cases Chambemnin Burgundy, in the finest order
Port Wine. veiy rare, itt cask and in bottle
Hock Wines-Metnernich, Johannesberger, Hockheim
er, fudesheimer, and Leigten.
L P Teneriffe, Lisbon and lcily Wires, for salebyj,
nlO A. BININGER & CO. 141 Broadway.
^PtRINt i eiUDJS.--Tne sunacrioers offer for safe the
l following goods, received per late ,rrivals--
5 4 Cambrics and Jaconet Muslina


A T a Court of Charcery, held for the State 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 MreCoun, Vice Char.cel.or of the
First Circuit.
The North River Insurance Company vs Ifaac R Fre '.
man, William E Dennis, the President, &c.of The Na.
tional Bank, and Peter Fay.
vlt appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
ihat the defendant, Isaac R Freeman, (a resident of this
State) is at present absent therefrom, to wit. in Cleveland,
in the -tate of Ohio. On motion of John Slosscn, ofcou,.
sel for the compla nants, it is ordered that the said Isaac
R Fret. rnan do cause his appearance to be entered and
notice thereol to be served on the complainant's solicitor
within three months fr',im the date of this order; and that
in case of his appearance hie cause his answer to the corn
plelnant'' bill to be filed, and a cc;py there' to be served
on the complainants' solicitor within forty days after ser-
vice ofra copy ofsaid 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 corn.
plainants cause this order to the publ'Phed in the State ra.
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 solid papers at least
once in each week for eight weeks in succession; or tiat
they 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 his appearance.
aplO lawSw
Y order of Michael Ulshoeffer, First Judge of the
Court ol Common Pleas for the City and County ol
New York, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provi.
s!,)ins of the statute authorizing attachments against non-
resident 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 oftheir debts, unless they appear and
discharge such attachment, aicoi ding to law. within nine
months from the first publi(ation of this notice; and that
the payment of any debts due to them by residents of this
SState, 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 forb dden by law, and
are void.
Dated the 18th day of April, 1839.
apl9 law9nm Attrorney for Atcacnine Creditor.
N OT'lClE of dliplipcation ]or the exemption ot a de'r-
I'l tot's i.erson from imprisonment, puisuant to the
provisions of the fifth article of the fifth chapter ofthe se.
condo part ofiherevised statutes. Francis Sherwood, as
well in his individual capacity as oite ofthe 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 iHad of the
said city, on the third day of July next, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon of tlihtray.
Datel April 19, 1839. ap20 law]O0w
A T a Cout ofl Chancery held tur the State of New
York, at the City of New Yolk, on the eighth day of
April, one thousand eiht hundred ar;d thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
Peter Biower, guardian, &c. of the ir.fant children ol
Abraham P. BrowerTdeceased, vs. William H Ellet.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
thbet the defendant,.William H Ellet, resides out of this
State, but is a resident of one of the United States, viz .-
the State of South Carolina. On motion of M M David
son, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered that t e
said William H Elle.; cause his appearance to be entered
and notice thereof to be served on the complainant's soli-
citor within four months from the date of this order ; and
in case c1 his appearance he cause his answer to he corn
plain Lnt's bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served
on the complainan-'s solicitor within forty days after ser.
vi'e of a copy of said bill ; and irn efault thereof said bill
ofcomplaint may he taken as confessed by him. Ai d it is
further orderedthat within twenty days the said complain-
ant 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 ; anrid that said, publication be continued
in each ofthe sail papers at least once in each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of this
order to be personally served on the said William H Ellet,
at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for
his appearance. Copy,
ar26 law8w JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Cou't ofl L cery, held lor the State of New
York at the City cf New York, on the twenty third
day of April,. one thousand eight hundre'l and thirty-
nine -
Present-William T. McCoun, ViceChaLcellor of the
First Circuit
Andrew Stark, William Whitewright, and William
Steele, executors of Robert McCrea, deceased, vs, Samuel
L. Gouvcrneur. Maria H. Gouveineur, Robert Tillot on,
Otis Loonier, Charles C. Pearsall, George C. Ray, Jo.
hanrne a H. Lott, Frederick W Boardman, Sarah Besley,
Henry W. Warner, Ezra L. Miller, Ebenezer Mason,
Anthony Arnoux, and Gabriel A Arnoux.
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant, 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 Wfiliaip
Inglis, solicitor, and nolfcounsel for the complainant, it is
ordered thatthe said defendant, George Clinton Bay, cause
his appearance to be entered and notice thereof to be sa r-
ved on tie complainiantb' solicitor within nine months from
the date of this order ; and in case of his appearance that
ie cause his answer to t0e complainantr' bill to be filed
and a copy thereof to be served on the complainants' soli-
citor withinn forty days after service of a copy of said bill;
anid in delault thereof that said bill of complaint may be
taken as confessed by him. And It is 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 each week for
eight weeks in succession, or that he se a copy of this
order to be personally served on the said George Clinton
Ray, at least twenty days before the time above prescribed
for his appearance. Copy,
ai'W lawnw JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
A T a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New
York at the City Haltofthecity of New York,
on the twer ty ninth day ot'April, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred ar d thirty nine.
Present--William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
first Circuit.
James G. King, vs. Harriet B Alvord, Mary E Brow-
ning, and Henry B. Alvord, imp'd with 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 Broening, two of the
above-named defendants reside out ot the Sate 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, but has concealed him-.
self in order to avoid service of the subpoena issued in this
case ; and, on motion of J. Blunt, of counsel for the
complainant, it is ordered, that the said defendants, Har-

tiet B Alvord and Mary E Browning, cause their respect.
tive appearances to be entered, and notice thereof to be
served upon the complalpant's solicitor within four montl a
from the date of this order; and in case of appearance
that they respectively cause their answer to be file- to the
btll of complaint filed. in this cause, and a copy thereof to
be served upon the coinulamnants s solicitor v it.hin forty
days after service of a copy of said bill, and in default
thereof that the same may be taken as confessed against
them. And it is on like motion f .rtbher ordered, that the
said Henry B. Alvoid, do cause his appearance to be enter
ed, and notice thereof to be serve'l upon the complainant's
solicitor in three months from the date of this order, ard
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. And it is farther ordered that within twenty days
the c mplainant cause a copy of this order to be pub-
lished in the State paper ai 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 ooc in
each week in each of the said I apers for eight weeks ia
succession, or that the said co.oplainantcause 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.
my2lawSw I/ ] Clerk.

A T a Court,of Chancety, held for the State of New
York, at thea City of New York, on the twenty
second day of April, one thousand eight hundred t 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 apppeari' g upon proof by affidavit made in this
cause by Smith Barker, solicitor fir the comptainant that
Patrick O'Neill and Edwaid McDermott, defendants
herein, reside out of this State, and are residents ol New
Orleans, in thie State of Louisiana ; on reading and filing
said affidavit, and on notion of Smith Barks'. Esquire,
solicitor for the complainant, Ic is ordered, that the said
Patrick O'Neill and Edward McDermott cause their ap-
pearance to be entered herein, ani notice there( I to be
served on the complainant's solicitor within four n.onths
from the date tf this order, and in case of t eir appear-
ance, that they cause heir answer to tie complainant's
bill to be filed, and a copy thereol'f to be served on the
complainant's solicitor within tforty days after service of
a copy of said b 11, and that in default thereof, said bill of
complaint be taken as conte.sed by them. And it is fur.
their ordered, that within twenty days l.ori the date of
this order, the said complainant cause this order to be
published in the State paper ard in the New Iotk Amsii.
can, printed in this State, for eight weeks in succession,
and once at least in eaeh week, or that the said complain
ant case a copy of this order to be served on the said
Patrick O'Neill and Edward McDermott personally, at
least twenty lays before the time hereinbelore prescribed
for their appearance herein. (Copy.)
myv3 lawSw J)OHN WA L.WftRTf Cl.rkr

I IIORIN Ehas removed his c.ffice to 204 Ful-
Ston street, between Greenwich st. and Broadway.
Strangers are respectfauly apptarizect. ti Dr. kL.OtA k
we a bred to the Medical Profession in the city of London'
ant has been a practical member oi said Faculty ofPhysli
42 years for the last 32 in the city of New York. Hi
practiceferom being formerly general he iaslong confined
to a particular branch of Medicine, whlick engages his
profound attention, viz:-Luce Veneri.i8ovbisu s Scto-
fula, Elepi ndaslis, and. In short, 'all diesaa arising
Ir. ma vitia adstate of the blood. Hieexperi4BiceB very
great. His success astonishing. In many thousands of
cases committed to his care, of all gradesand every degree
of malignancy, he has speedily restored his patieutsto
health and a soundconstitution.
He cautions the unfortunate againstthe kbtise of'mer
cury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out of life
Seethat yourcase is eradicated, not patched up. The
learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes-." Married
persons, avid persons about to be married should be par
ticularly cautious ofthose afflictions. What a dreadful in
heritance to transmit to posterity." Persons afflicted wih
protracted and deplorable cases need not despair of a
complete recovery, by applying to Dr. Hornme. Receu
aflections, where tocal, are, without mercury, exthiguiJsh-
ed in a few days. What grieves the Dr. is, that many
afflictea,instead of taking his salutary advice, .have re
course to advertised nostrums, where therz is no responsial
ability, and the compounder. unknown,; by such means,
throwing away their money, (where they vainly hope to
save,) and ruinforeverthei: constitution.
Persona who may have contracted disease, or suspect
latent poison, are invited to make application to Dr.
HORNE. at his; Establishment, No.204 Fution st., be.
twee i Greenwich at. and Broadway. AteAldenceof thirty
wo years in New York city, has radically established
Dr Horne'scharacterfor sterling honor- and based on rea
respectability and skill. Dr.Horn eft r. to, his patron
a sure guarantee.
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients cei never
come in contact.
Attendance until half past 9 in the evening.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. All city letters
r -" Stultorumincuratapudor mralu ulcera celat.1
-Horace's 16th Epistle.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Hornedeslrestobeneaftthe publilr
It is proper he should continue his advertisement for the
goodofatrangers, as itis wellknownpeoplearefrztreme)
shy in speaki,.g of cases of a delicate nature, e'/en where
vIphysicianis pre-eminently successful. 11.(
IN pursuance oi an order of the Surrogate of the County
o l fNew Yoik, Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against Aluxacder Syaleman, late qi' Pres.
ton, Connecticut, deceased, to present the same with he,
vouchers thereot to the subscriber, at the office of Wm,
M. Peck, No.60 South street. in the City of ew York, o0
or cefore the 2.5th day'of September next.
Dated New York, the 18th day ofMarca, 1839.
mhl9 law6m Administratrix, &e.
Al mOuD i ClhDlCIL' X that periotmnis hait it promises
A to, is a public benefactor. Such the
has proved itself to be, by having been succesfullytrled
in all parts of the county. 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 sn 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 su
perior to any other cough preparation we know of, and
we are happy in being able to io so from the numerous
and unanimous testimonials inits favor trom 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, aind
they therefore confidently recommend iU to the public as a
highly valuable family medicine: as on tital it wJill be
found not only the most efficacious, but the most pleasant
and agreeable remedy to be met with. They will guarantee
this much by offering it gratis, or to refund the pay in
every case whete relief is not obtained.
Sold wholesale by the proprietors,
GODDARD. It BUTLER, 8Gold street.
Andatretail' y Rushton & Aspinwall, 110 jroadwa>
10 Astor House, M. C. Slccum, 303 Broadway, corner o
Duane street, Souillard & Deiluc, 58 Broaday. and 2 Park
Row, John B. Todd, 643 Broadway, corner of Bleecket
street, and 771 Broadway, corner 8ih street, George W
Embmry, 17 East broadway, corner of Market street, D.
Clay, cor. of Varick and Franklin streets, J. L. Schieffe
lin, corner of Canal and Laurens streets.
SFor sale also as above. I|
This article is confidently recommended for the con.
stant use of all who wish to preset ve a sound set of tetthj
with healthy gums and sweet breath. Toshow theeatimn;
'tion in which it is held by the faculty, recomnmendalons
have been received himn the following, and atccoopan
each bottle to wit :
Dr Eleezer Parmely, Dentist, Park Place, N Y
Qeo Clay, Dentist, East Broadway, N Y
N Dodge, Dentist, Canal st, N Y
J Parmnley, Det.tist, Augusta, Geo
T W Parsons, M D, Surgeon Dentist, BonPn ma
E A Davenport, M D, Boston
S A Shurtlcff, M D do
Jno Bandall, M D do
W Channing,'M D do
S M Weeks, fA D. Tuscaloosa, Ala
J H Harris, M D, Nashville, Tenn|
S I Leggett, M D, Surgeon Dentist, Zaneavii', U&. a
N Peaboay, M D, do Salem. Mass
Edwin Parsons, M D, do roitland,Meo
W K Brown, M D, do do (
F J Higginson, M D, Cambridge, Mass
Dudley Smit-, M D, Lowel., Mass.
N. B.-Aa some people's teeth require an oecasior. sl us
of''wder lor cleaning them, the Compound Orris Tootk
Powder is highly recommended in all such cases, and I ,'
for safe with the above. ja2
UJ CENTRATED.-Forpuiifying the blood, remoing
eruptions, &c., from the skin, and all impurities from ibe
system, this pleasant and healthy Syrup has no-equal.-
Perhaps there ie no more certain way of promohin( ges.e-
ral health during the Summer, than by using this Syrup in
the Spring. The medical profession give t a decide =.p-,
ference over all the mat celebrated Panacesa-' S;ruzp,
&c., and nu, sing mothers, whose infatzs are afflicted' w't
Scald Head, Sore Ears, or Weak Eyes, are pstula#ry
recommended to use it. It is perfectly barmiesa, uarl whien
combined with Seidlitz or Soda Water, forms a awnn
and agreeable beverage. Used with co1d wster,-ttMAek
a very pleasant Summer drink, and may be usei wlit ad.
vantage by most persons at any timle. It ia prepared iroe
tle best Honduras Sarsparilja, accordmnp to the motap.
proved formulas, and great care has been taken to keep
it free fiom imi unties and all obnoxious admixtures'.
Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retail by the subs
scriber, at the Bowery Medicine store, 260 Bowery, New
York. mytI
tA AND PRINTING.-T. & C. WOOD, No. 18 Wall
steet, ,,ffer for sale-.
Swat. Quills-A large assortment of the fi.st quality by
the hmndred or thousand

Steel Pens-Perryian, Gillot's, Windle's, and other kinds
Wafers-Red, black -md mixed colors of all sizes, trans-
parent ditto, and Motto Seals
Wax-Superior English and American of various colop
Ink Stands, Wafer and Sand Boxes of every kind and
pattern, by the dozen or retail
Manifold Writers, Tiavelling Port Folios and Bank
Note Port Folios lor Brokers
Maps of every State in the Union Sect'on Maps,
Mitchel's Maps of the United States
Law Blanks of every kind and other Blanks
Writing Paper and Wrapping Paper of all kinds for
sale by the retail or quar.tity
'heek Books-A splendid assortment of Checks on all
the different Banks ol the city
Blank Books of every sort and kind, made to everysios,
and i ruled to any pattern I
LithLography-The subscribers having at a great ex-
pense fitted up their Lithographic, are now ready to exo-
cute at the shortest possible notice, all orders in the above
li.e:t iu(h as Citculais, Dralfts, Bills of Exchange,
Nutes, Diagrams, Maps, Plans, Plates, and in a manner
equal if not superior to arty other establishment of the
kind in the city. myf tf

UL lolio -
Collier's Church History, 2 vols
Leastfetlols Bible, folio
Cyprian Episcipi
Cyprian Opera
Cascetas on Jeremiah
Coverdale's Bible, 4to
Carpenter's ILitroduction to the Scriptures
Calvin's Institute do Lile
Churchman Armed, 3 vols
Cave's Lives, 2 vols
Cave's Primitive Christianity
Cox's Lives of the Fathers
(3laudejs Essays, with notes, by Robinson, 2 vol.
Claude's Defnen. Just received and torsaleby
my2o SWVORDS, STANFORO & CO. 152 Broadway.
*.h eCULLOCH'S DICTIoNARY, Pricical, 'Theore.-
IVA tlcal and Historical, ofCommere anid Commercial
N, igation, illustrated with n'apa and plans, a new edi.
tion, with a new and enlarged Supplement, bringing dowa
tie information contained in the work to the present: time.
Imported per the ship Quebec, and will be ready for
delivery in a few days, by
my2o D. APPIETON & CO. 200 Broad*ay.
k .1 ltlIMULNT4 .t,fkiAlA'AILN.-Tne subscribeit
t have, after a careful comparison made by them in
France in the Champaign disiutts, selected the. Wines
the estate of'I e Brimon.," ari which they now have
the pleasure of offering to the public as a rich and fruity
Wine, and-possessming all the qualities which ci aracterize
the highest 'grade of Champaignt: From the superiority
anid great extentofthe stock of this estate, a unilormity of
quality and regularity of supply is assured to purchasers.
1'he Wine is put upD in th best manner, the bottles nearly,
labelled, and the corks brand DeBrimont," with the'
family coat of arms. anil covered with zinc. '-