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: July 2, 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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 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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RMS"Dailyy paper, S1O"per annum, payable semi-
a nauallv '
i $i.Welte y Tuesday and Friday, $4, payable always
--Bi m rauca,
rL WekTy. Tuesday, 'htwdy and. Saturday, at $6,
fnyabietsixu advance.
S, 1 .'enrms foradvertsinin Daily.Papor.
HAL SqUARI, DAILY-- lines or less-Filrstinser.
t ti, 6b0' cenmts; second and third Insertions, each 25
46m.if and 18 centsfor every subsequent inserton.
3qUAR E, DAILY-16 lines, or over 8 and less than 16-
rst insertion, 76 cents; second and third insertions,
*e4b.i rentm; uand lS8centufor eery sutbsequenit minsr
ADVRT"ISEENTS kpt on thein"de are chargedan
additional price. -:
A. 1DVYTAISIMENTS, upon whlchthe numberof times
tefrmsertion IS NOT MARKED, will be Inserted and
-, -arge4B untdodered out.
l ApjTa ADVERTISERS, paper included, $40-with-
u"t Ithpal, S32pernnum: not, howewaver,fora less

J; ', IN SURANCI. _-
m onthiy Report,- Since tire last report 21 persons
ave beeu insuret- _
010f whom 7 arereeideos ofthecity o.fNw-York. .
14 areressldentsoutofthecity of New-YorkL
1 0 are-Merchants
8 are ahiets
3 are leA.OW .
6- areoduerpurauits.I "
k0foowns, t, i qrsrewipadfor 1 year na7oever 6
m arteijimureaftrai7 e*e 12
& btoueetnaurad forlife, 3
..' : + M *;.~m ~or S'21
'W .thelth.eete arernsuredfor $1,000 andunder 23
horeareinsursdfor $i,060 and under 18
ibereare insured for $10,000 and under 3

16 X .A.NIGOLL,Secretary,
.. "- Office 64 Wall street.
'ay cdtntinuesto make insurance againetloos and damage
Av .rgP,, nd the bhazards of inland navigation.
R. laverns, President, B. L. Woolley,
aiah ,Taylor, Micah Baldwin,-,
Coaielius W. Lawrence, Joseph Otis,
J. P ilta Phomnix,, IFanning C. Tucker
John Morrison, Meigs D. Benjaminh
Josepi B. Varnum, .John Rankin,
DavdLe$ John D. Wolfe,
C.leb O. listed Nathaniel Weed,
j WUfllm VW .Todd,l Ferdinand Suydam,
.William Couch. _
I dll LEWIS PHILLIPS. Secretary.
M Wall stret.-Will make insurance against Loss .ir
" .Itmage by Fire on as favorable terms as other offices in
ths city. ",""-TR
is- city. DIRECITORS.
John Wheelwright -Thomas G. Talmage
John Peter. George S. Doughty
Russell itebbins Benjamin R Winthrop
James K. Hamilton burr Wakeman
X. H. Winslow Edward Sandford
Alfred Colvill M C Morgan
John V. Greenfield JohnBrouwer
Obadiah Holmes Edward Doughty
Tunis Van Pelt Smith Harriout
Win. W. Chester Thomaus Jackson
SJqbhuW Mason Jona. H. Ransom
eOtoje C. Thomas Henry Erben'
SWin." wm.M. Clarke.
-JOIN ]NKiL80NJr Sec'ry.
4JN7Y DAMMBRS, Surveyor.
KA 4 I1M & SASDFORDS, Counsel and Attorneys.

COMPANY, No. 55 Wall st.
Akiran annual election he'd at the office of the Compa-
M, oQa the 3dday of June, 1839, the following gentlemen
wereduay elected Directors for the ensuing year :J1
JdniL. Bowne Ebeneer Oaaldwell
thnR.R:Willis Morris Ketchumr
SIla&l& ,oJoshua S. Underhlll
0Boit i.'ornu Charles T. Cromwel)|
.. *-4, MafZc Cornelius W Lawronce
Ijaamin Corlles j Nathaniel Lord
n {Jsidit Mury Charles Enwslandt
4! ni* I Lewionce Edward -A. Wright
tphen Van Wyck Benjamin Clark
IaacTreetl Robert B.Minturn
n eo William Bradford
a a' o oThomas W. Pearsal;
Thqauu W Jenklm Silas Wood
5 5!adn" "we George D.Pest
r ,"e Haey BRobert H. Bowne
rifF. Carpenter Albert Woodhull
ames H.TIt eoigeB. Smith
Samuel C Paxson.
At a subsequent meeting ot the Board, John L. Bowne,
B1q. was unumousl) re- elected President.
jeoi JAMES WILKIE, Secretary.
Il -1Persons mayeffectinsurancei withthis company on
heir ownlives, orthelives of others, and either for the
heleduration of life, or for a limited period. The pay
Smnts of premium maybe either made annua.ly or in t
gross sum.
P'eiWumuOn one hundred dollars:

0 O -> O
1472 86 3 8 1 413 8 7o 3 00f
1 7 88165 39157 176311
16 84 901 62 40 169 83 320
17 86 911 65 41 78 88 331
.8 89 2 169 42185 89340
'*.9 90 4 73 43 189 I92s 3 1
20 91 95 177 44 9 )194363
21 92, 97 182 45 91 196373
22 94 99 88 46 192 1 98 3 87
23 97 1 031 93 47 193 1 994 01
24 99 1 07 198 48 194 2024 17
28 1 00 1 12 2 04 491 95 204 449
2 6 1 07 117 2 11 50 96 2 09 460
271 121 2 2 17 51 197 220 475
28 120 13 2224 5 2 02 28 7 4 90
9 L28 1 F 1 31 63 210 259524
30o 1 1 2 36 84 3 18 289549
3) 1 32 1 2 43 55 8 2 32231 517
28 1 63 2 5 80 66 647 366605
33 1 34 8 8 57 57 2704206.27
34 18 3 1 264 68 3 14 4 31 660
Ik 1 36 3 1 8 o 75 9 3 67 4 636 75
3 1 39 1 2 81 60 4 W 491 7 00
137 48 163 2 90

,- xc6eywill be received in depositeiby the Company ana
&eu in trust, upon which interest will be allowed as fold
uponn ,ums'over $100, irredeemable for 1 year, 4j.per'ct
d do 100, do Smos. 4 'q
do. a*s 100, do 2 "
W Bar James Kent
hBjqa.W. Ludlow Wathaniel Primal
S- m.B. Lawrence Nicbellas Devereux
t.W' HaujKnwer GYlian C. Verplanck
;o;er. monoy Henry Brevoort;jr,
iJoln 0. Costers James McBridet
Tbo",aa Suffera Jrhn Rathbone, Jif
on. nMjWon F.G. Stuyvesant|
aauulTblomso rhomasJ. Oakley
Beniamin L. Swan Stephen Whitney
St!lk n Warren John Jacob Astor. '
RobertRay Gardner G_ Howlapd
John Johnson Corn. W. Lawrence
Jonathan oodhae
WM. BARD,Presld
A. lKOiA,Ldcicuay. _
udtey At-kins, -hysician to the CeOmps ny.
1. I-QtIURS, &c,-Martinique, Noyeau, Rose, Par.
L_ faislu Amour, Caanell, &c.
Dutchi-Curacao, Anisette and GoldWater, from the facj
y -of Vokink
Itallan-Maraschino, and Pallesi's celebrated Cordials,
consisting of Cedrato, Assenzio, Persico, Caffe de Moka,
vainiglia, -ose, &c.
French-Paris and Bordeaux, in great variety and ele.
gantly put up
Danish--(penhagen Cherry and Rasp
Prussian--Baud' OrdeDantzig
Batavia Arrack, Peach Brandy, Scotch ana 1 Whis-
key, old Rum and Brandy -
Truffles, Olives and Capers, Strasbourg Pates. Sardines,
London Pickles, Brandy Fruits, &c.
The above are all genuine and imported by thesubscri-
,P. (.u- .>-. t nrlinal nlacesofmanulacture. For sale bv

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ti i &I ",.u., U 84 ront tree
200 cas esNglish Sheathing Copper, assorted sizes
fr.omi4toI2ax, ..
... English Hoes; 36 bales Mobile Cotton
2 cases Tortolbe Shell
.00 bales Calcttaidoes; cases ManillilaIndgto
100 casks. Gum Senegal .
100 casksOmbro) Madder
S09 bags Crude Ginger '2000 bags "altpetre o
140 bales Jute: 500 do Manilla hemp '
40 cases Grass Cloths .
200 cases .China Silks, comprising-an assortments
S I .'.black and white Goods, Sewings, &c.
1. 5 qr.caske Liesoon WhiteWihiet 180 bag, Sago
.0,000 bushels Germai. red Wheat
S1000 bls Danish Flour, entitled to debenture
70 bales Printing Cloths
.30 oales4 4 brown Shirtingset 10 casesPrintedSgattnt.
i 100 Australian Sheep Skins .4.-.
12400 gallons Teal Seed Oil:; 800 boxes Sperm Candles
11000 his Whale Oil, 10,0001bs. Wnalebone
10,000 gallons Winter and Fall Oil
TEAS-Young Hyson and Hyson, in half chests and
boxes; Gunpowder and Imperial, in half chests, cases
and boxRes, balance ex shin Oneida. je25
I P. DE LUZ- VOLZ, NAo. $t Beaver street,
e offer for sale
20 pipes Holland Gin, Black Horse brand, a superior
article, of Messrs. Win. Pauls & Son,of Rftterdam.
10 half pipes Old Bordeaux Brandy, J.J. Dupuy
30 half pipes Bordeaux Brandy, J. J. Dupuy, otfgood
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine.
20 casks Bordeaux Clatet.
8 casks Bordeaux Claret, of superior quality.
I.50 cases Claiet. I
S200 cases Chambertin Wine.
100 baskets sparkling Champaigne,'Damotte brand, an
excellent Aticle.
24 cases Kirahenwasser.
60 cases Trieste Mareskino.
Also-108 bags Java Coffee.
10 casks Dutch Madders, Crop & Ombro.
15 bris Paris Green.
37 casks Gum Senegal.
8 casks Milphate of Soda. Jel4
1L -The.Subscribers offer for sale, in lots to sunit pur-
chasers, and on favorable terms, a large assortment of
Wines, viz:"
Madeira, in butts, pipes, hhds, qr casks and barrels
Do in cases of one dozen each, part very old a
Sherry, pale, brown and gold, in various packages
Do do do do doin glass
Port in pipes, hhds and qr casks
Do in cases of one dozen, bottled at Oporto
St Lucar Wine, Teaerifle and Canary q
Marseilles Madeira, sweet and dry Malaga
Muscat, in qr casks, barrels and boxes
Pico Madeira, Sicily do, Vin de Grave
Sauterne, French Port, red and white Hermitage
White and red Lisbon, Bucellas Go
maraschino, Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials
parkli g Champaigne, of various brands, qts and pts
Hock Wine, do do Sparkling
Bordeaux and Marseilles Ciaret,kinjwood and glass
&c. &c.
HLondon Porter and Brown Stout, qts pts
Burton, Scotch and Englith Pale Ale, doto
Havana andl Prini)ipe Segars, of various brands'
Wine, Porter and Claret Bottles, Corks do
Foreign and domestic Demijohns, differentsizes
Souchong and other Teas
Loaf and Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels
StCroix do in barrels
Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves,
Marseilleir and Bordeaux Salad Oil
Old Java and Laguyra Coffee
Bunch Raisins, Almonds, Sperm Candles, differentsizes
English Mustard, in whole, half and qr boxes
Olives, Capers, Sardines, &c. &c.
GRACIE & CO, 20 Broadet
Orders from other places will receive attention, and for
warded to any part of the -Tnite'l States. fell
t IHOICE AND RARE WINES.-The subscribers
U offer for sale the following old and superior Wines,
most of which were imported by them direct, and from the
first sources :
25 pipes London Particular Madeira, in pipes, half pipes
and quarter casks
1000 demijohns do, some of which is very old, and was
selected from the most celebrated estates.
600 dozen old bottled Madeira, being from 15 to 30 year.
old, part imported direct, and part via India. Also, Malnxi
sey,Sercial and Tina.
The nnest Pale, Gold and Brown SherryWines in casks,
demijohns aad bottles.
French Wines-Chateau, Margaux, of 1827 and S1'e.'
Chateau Lahrie, Leoville, Palmer, Margaux and St.
Julien. .
500 baskets De Icamont Champaigne.,
60 cases Sparkling Hock.
200 cases Sauterne, Barsac and Hermitatge.
160 cases Chambertin Burgundy, in the finest order
Port Wine. vety rare, in cask and in bottle
Hock Wines-Metternich, Johannesberger, Hockheim|
er, Budesheimer, and Leisten.
L P Teneriffe. Lisbon and Sicily Wines, for sale by
nIO A. BININGER & CO, 141 Btoadway.

PilNU u isuUS.-mne suoscrinoers offer torbale. the
following goods, received per late arrivals-
6 4 Cambrics and Jaconet Muslins
6 4 Tape and Satin Check do
Brocades and Swiss Muslin
6 4 Prii-ted Saxonies
Mousselain de Lames
black and white Prints
lirdseye and Table Diaper*
'8 and 4 4 Irish Linens
4 4 a 10 4 Sheetings
S4 and 4 4 Brown Hollands,
Linen Dawlas and Duck
Brown and white LinenDnriIls
Pongee Hdkfs
Cotton, Hosie.-y, &c. &c.4
M 1 K. COLLINS & CO., 6 south street, oltter lor sale
t he following articles.
150 hhds N 0 Sugar
200 bales Bridpor s.il and seine Twines, composing
the following numbers, 86, 36, 24, 181 16, 15,t14
13, 12, 11,10, 9,8, 7, 6,5, jlb
"0,Gill Nets
100 bolts EnglieshDuck, assorted numbers
20 bales patent Sheathing Paper, suitable for roofs
of houses and bottoms of ships, a new article.
ORDEAUX WINES, trom Barton & Guestier.
Table Claret-Vin Ordinaire, in hhds
St. Julien-Vintage 1827, in cases. 1 do7. ere
Batailley-Do. 1827, do do.
Chateau Beychville-do 1827, do do
.Scoville-Do. 1827, do do
Latour-Do. 1827, do do
Lafitte-Do, 1827, do do
Haut Brion-Do. 1827, dodo
Latour-Do. 1831. do do
Lafitte-Do. 1831, do do.
These Wines are received direct from the old andi re
rectable house of Barton & Guestler, ofE, rdeaux, are of
Stfirst character, put up with great care, and recommend
ed with great confidence For sale on. liberal terms, by
je22 DAVIS, BROOKS St CO, 21 Broad st
W 7 INES, &c. 50 dozen Madeila of various Oranu
and vintages, from 7 to O60 years old.
100 doz Brown Sherry, do do do do
100 do Pale do do do do do
100 do Port, of superior quality.
500cases Claret, including Chateau Margaux, Palms.
XMargaux, La Fitte, St.Julien, LaTour, &c.1&
100 do Sauterne, Lynch's, Barsac. &c.
00 do Vin de Graves.
100 do Burgundy, Romance, Contl,UhambertL., &a
o100 do hermitage, red and write.
100 d" Cote Rotie, and other French Wines.'
500 co Champagne,Clicquot and other favoritebi ands
t100oo do Ithenish, Hockheimer, Johannesberger, Rudes.
.eimer, Marcobrunner, Liebfraumilch. &c., Mo;
taj sells
100 J jo Canary, Cmnstantia MYscat, Cyprus, Sweet ano
PDry Lisbon, Malaga, St. Lucar, &c.
ot Also-20 pipes old Brandy, Otard, Du Puy & Co. and
Seignette ; old Mountain Dew and Iiish Whiskey ; reach
and White Brandy' East India Arrack;-, Shrub; Metheg-
lin ; Old Jamaica RA Old Gin, and a complete assort-
ment of Cordials and Liquors, say Martinique, Cote St.
Andre, Cut acoa,Maraschino, Rosolio. &c.
The most of the above forsale on draft as well asi n hot
e, bv BUNKER & CO.. 13 Maiden Lane. ml
RY GOODS-10 cases Iinen Cambrics and Linen
Cambric Hdkfs
6 bales Dutch Camniblets
2 capes Gros de Naples)
Scasee Taffeta Ribbons, black and colored.
For sale by L P DE LUZE & VOLZI
mh22 84t Beaver st

ALMER MARGAUX, &c.-60 cases Palmer Mar-
Oaux. vintage 1825
75 do Chateau Leoville
126 do Cbateau'Lafitte
9001 do St Juliln. a sunerior low priced wine

HOUSE WANTED-A two story genteel
Hqueefou r a small family, ts wanted in a genteel
Part of the city-if up town, on or near an omni-
bus line. The rent mwuqt be low, but will be paid
promptly, and the best care will b4 taken of the house.
Those having such a house will state therent andsituatlon.
directed, 1315 upper postoffice. Imh7
Sway-The highly finished mnudern three story
IJl brick House and Lot, 218 feet front and rear, by
SI 200 feet deep, with two story brick stable on the
rear(on Crosby street.) The house was built by days'
work, of the best materials, and Is replete with all the ire-
cent improvements, and conveniences. A large amount
ot the purchase money may remain on bond and mort.
gage for a term of year. For further particulars, &c,
apply to Mr N. JARVIS, No 153 Mulberry street, or at
the sales room of the subscribers. ,.
WILKINS, COLLINS & CO. Auctioneeis,
my8 dtf 17 Broad st.
IL_ To LET-The upper part ot an elegant two
story dwelling house, a shabort distance above Ca-
All nal street; to a small family. One without child.
"-*ren would be preferred. For further particulars
apply, with unexceptionable references, to
myll tf .L. 8HERMAN, 142 Fulton st.
The Mansion of the,late Chancellor Sanford,
with the adjacent arou do, at Flushing. Long
U Island, will shortly' be offered for sale. The
J- house, built of brick and marble, is not sur-
passed by any private residence in the country, in
point of extent and convenience, and in the durability and
bea ty of its structure. It can now be thoroughly exa-
mined by persons desirous to purchase.
The woods adjoining the mansion may be easily con-
verted into a spacious park. The situation is, in all re.
aspects, eligible, being in a healthy location-withii eqght
miles Irom the city-the site elevated, and with a cotm-
manding prospect, and the neighborhood embelli-.hed
with delightful country seats, in the highest state ofculti.
As it ts presumed that the ?premises will be examined
by persons desirous to purchase, no farther description of
the property is deemed nectssarv. my2t tf
ber offers for sale, hy private contract, the entire
i Block of Ground in the 15th Ward, bounded by
-IBroadway and Mercer street, Washington and
Waverley pacee'; being the most splendid site lor private
dwellings.or for a church, in the city. The ground is on
the most elevated part of Broadway, and surrounded by
valuable improvements.
It will be sold in one parcel, or divided Into 15 Lots, viz:
7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the whole front from
Washington to Waverley places,) of about 46j by 96 feet
each; 4 Lots on Washington, and 4 do on Waverleyplae,
of 26 by 92 feet each
In case of a sale in separate lots, a uniform style of Im-
provement will be required, and stipulations against nui-
sances. The title is indisputable, and the terms will be
accommodating. For further particulars, and a view of
the map, apply to
I. GREEN PEARSON, 29 Merchants' Exchange,
fe9 Hanover st.
TO BE LET.'-The Cellar under the Store oc-
cupied by the subscribers, corner of Water street
ISI ~and Burling slip, with two convenient entrances
&e*-I from Water street and Burling slip. The cellar
is large and dry.I
mh 6tf E. & G. W. BLUNT.
SFOR SALE-The neat two story brick House
No 18 Bedford street, is incomplete order, having
|I 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 tcl
fe9 GRACIE & CO.)20 Broad street.
FOR SALE-The spacious 3 story House with
the lot in fee on the west side of the 5th Avenue,
I the first house above W Brevoort's large man-
i 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.,,Posscssion the first of May next. Apply.
fel4 129 Merchant.'Exchange ?'
S- FOR SALE-Tne splendid new 3 story House
with the Lot in fee, No. 3 University place, near
| Washington square; one of the best houses ann
S- most desirtole residences in the city. It Is 3 stories
exclusive ofceller, easement and attic, all of which are
finished in the best modern style, with large parlors, din-
ing room, bathing room, water closet, boilers, &c. cpm-
piece. The ma.,tels in the principal story are of statuary
and Sienna marble, and the house has been built under the
superintendance of the subscriber for the residence of tbre
preaenL owner. It is now ready for occupation. For
terms, and a view of the premises. Apply to
J. GREEN PEARSON, at No 6, next door,
ap27 or 27 Merchants' Exchange.
[LOR SALE-The large vacant Lot at the North west
Scorner of Houston and Mulberry streets, adjoinlng
the new 3 story houses on Houston street. The Lot is 35
feet front on Housitn street, by about 100 feet in depth.
For terms, apply to
mhll E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
FO SALE, Real Eitate at Harlem-consisting
of r5, lots of land, situated on the 7th and
IM8I 8th Avenues, between 117th'and 119th streets.
SThere 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, with the buildings upon them.
Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS, & CO. Yl Broad st.
jel2 a
S FOR SALE-11 Lots ot Land, situated on
Lewis and Goerick streets, between Rivington and
Jil Stantonstreets, six on Lewis and five on Goericki
.a"- On Lewis street is a large wooden building, for.
merly occupied by the late Mr. Eckford as a mould left.
On Goerick street the land is open and a very desirable
situation for a lumber yard or building lots. Apply to
iel2 tf DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broader,
FEO LET-Thelarge Basement Roomrt presentuivi'
Leinto twoapartments, unroerthe Bank of the Del
twarYnd Hudson Canal Co. atthe corner of William and
Pine streets. Also. a Room on the floor oftfle same build
ng Inquire at the Bank. f16 tf
TO LiV--The tour st.ry Stores iN os. 132 an
J134 Front, corner of .Pine street. Apply on th
IIII premises to
TO LT-Irom now till 1st May next, the
e dwelling part of a: three story house, situate on
[II the north side of Canal stre", ,between Varick and
J-uB. Hudson, the parlors cop-aunicate with folding
doors, with iron grates and mr. .,ie mantels throughout
the house. Apply to GEOR(i; W GILES, No. 17
Canal street, before 10 A. M., and after 4 P. M. sel9 tf

HARLEM I OTS FOR SALE.-Lots oi, Fifth ave
aue, between 14th street and Washington Square, will be
4old separately, or several laying togetier,'ticluding the
cornertots, each 26 feet by 100-
totson north side of Eleventhstreet, near Woosterst,
vach 26 feet S inchesfront, by 103 feet 3 inches deep.
Five lots at Harlem, very ellgibly situated. The terps
ot payment made easy and accommodating With those.
who wish to build on the lots, the whole purchase money
can remain on mortgage.
Apply to GEORGE W GILES, No 1 Nassau street,
'.orner of Wall street, between 12 and 3 o'clock P. M.
NAMENTAL PENMAiNSHIP.-This original andi
superior article is intended for writing Irvitations, Notes,
Visiting Cards kc, ai d also, for representing ornaments
in Water Colour Painting. Itis used with acommon q iill
pen, and writing performed with it has the beautiful ap.
pearance and brilliancy of fine Gold and Silver.
Tne Gold and Silver Fluid is neatly put up in cases, to-
gether wiih an envelope printed in English, French and
Spanish; and to prevent fraud each label bears the fac.
simile of the signature of the inventor and proprietor.
EDWARD N. KENT, Stationer,
No 3 Wall street.
On hand-A large quantity of the above, packed in
groce and half groce boxes, two thirds of gold and one
third of silver. Orders directed to the manufacturer will
be forwarded with immediate despatch.
For every description of Ornamental Penmanship, this
splendid Fluid is unsurpassed; in testimony of which we
extniact the following testimonials:
Kent's Improved Gold and Silver Writing Fluid.-This
is a most elegant article, and commends itself at once to
the favor of all, who wish to illume their pages with bright
and brilliant penmanship. For youthful inamorator, who
wish to tell their tales of love on paper, it will act with
the power of a charm, and if there is any thing in gold or
silvercalculated to win husbands or wives, this fluid, by
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ed by the beauties ot thought, bound up in gold or silver,
possess themselves of this interesting fluid of Mr
Kent's, who writes elegant commentaries therewith at No
3 Wall st.-[N. Y. Transcript.]
The Gold and Silver Fluid prepared by Mr EdvWard N
Kent, No 8 Wall street, is truly a beautiful and superior


N.LI OTICE.-The Principal f this Institution, gratefnr
for the very general approbatlon with which his plan ,ha
keen received begs leave again to bring it to the notice of
that portionbf the public who desire for their sons'a
sound, practical, and christianeducation.
Third Year.-The first term of the third year' of
the Institute will.commence on Wedneslay, the firstof
May next, and with materially extended facilities in al-
most every department. Essential additions have teen
rade, especially in the department of Modern Languages.
Theinstruction in French particularly is the best that could
be secured
Buildings.-The buildings (br the institute are now all
completed, and were erected f6r the put pose to which they
are devoted. They are new, spacious, and stghtly; andare
fitted upon a convenience of plan, and a neatness of style,
which are no$ exceeded. They- comprise accommodations
for fifty pupils, rooming in pairs-fot the Instructors-
the Principal and the family--G.ieral SchoolRoom-Re
citation Rooms-a Reading Rom.-a-a Laboratory-and a
Location.-The location Is nsurpassed for healthiness
and beauty. It is upon an eminence in the suburbs of the
city, securing, b- its retirement and elevation, a free and
healthyatmosphere, and commanding an extensive and
delightful view. It is such asto render it unnecessary for
the pupils to have any connocin wirith the city, except,
when occasionally permitted by the principal, for social
intercourse, and purmseR ofbtiness .,
Grounds.-The Grounds connected with the establish
ment are ample and beautiful,affording full scope for re
creation arind amusement. A
Teachers.-The Institutionl 5 carried on Z y the Princi
pal, and assistants ofcharacter'and experience in the pro;
Design.-Its design is, to imu 'rt a thorough and prac.
tical education, upon decidedly christian principles-to
unite sound learning with purei'eligion.
Plan and Government.-It Is conducted upon the plan
of a well regulated Christian family ; for the time, the
idopted home of its members
Tie Principal, regarding hiself in the place of a pa
rent, encourages a frea and open] intercourse between the
pupils ai.d himself, and endeavors, by winning upon the
affections, and, by the presentation of proper motives, to
induce a faithful discharge of duty. The government is
therefore strictly parental. .
arrangementt. -In agreement with the natural con
tuition of the pupil, the school is atranged in three depart
met.ts, the Moral, thelntellectual, and the Physical
Moral Department.-TheMoral Department, which in-
volves the government, is suppiijd by the Principal., It em
braces a course of moral and rebgious studies, adapted to
each pupil. To the Holy Scritures constant references
made, as the foundation on which alone may be built
solid and enduring character, and as the only safe and pro]
per basis of Christian education. The views of scripture
truh, and of religious duty presented, are in strict acj
cordance with the doctrines, discipline, and worship of the
Protestant Episcoral Church. It is the constant endea
vor in this department to win over to the Saviour, and
to his body-the Church-the first and strongest affection
of the youthful heart. .
Intelleetuat Department-The !Intellectual Depart
ment embraces all the ordinary englishh branches neces
sary to business and comnafrcial pursuits; additional fa
ciuities for instruction in the higher departments learn
ing, with reference to College requirements, to Teaching
the Professions, and Civil Fngineering; also in Vocal Mu'
sic, Drawing, and the Modern Languages. It is conduct.
ed by the Principal and assistants, and by such n. termss
as it is necessary rom time to time to employ.
Instruction in this department is specaily directed to the
understanding. It is the endeavor here to improve and
strengthen the thinking powers. The pupils, therefore,
are taught the rationale of whatever comes before them;
more attention is paid to principles than rules. Particular
regard is HIad to the intended future destination of the pul
pil, and his education is directed accordingly. He, may
be fitted for the Counting Room, for Engineering, for Col)
lege, for Teaching, or for the study of the 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
of the pupils in all hours not taken up in the exercises of
the school, and instructs in agreeable and useful exercises,
promoive of health and happiness.
Manners and Habits.-Special attention is paid to man
ners andhabits. Association with the family, and witl
occasional company, is, for their improvement,encouraged;
It is the endeavor to prepare the pupil to move with proi
priety and ease in every circle ot society.
Requirements.-The admission of pupils is restricted to
no particular age. But diligent attention t. ....j perform.
ance of duties, anu popriety of department, are expected
Small who become members of theinstitution.
-- Record and Reports.-A daily record of the deficient
cies ot pupils in their several classes is kept by each teach-
er, which is weekly submitted by the principal to each pu.
pi4 ; and, atthe expiration of fcurweeks, to the parents or
guardians of each. in the form of a report.
Pocket Money.-Pupils have but little reasonable use
for pocket monea They are supplied by "the principal
with all necessaries, and more than- these serve only to
create and nourish artificial talea and wants,which have
an unfavorable bearing on future character. i They will,
therefore, be allowed no money, but at the pleasure of the
principal. This rule is imperative, ana, enforced, saves exi
pense to the parent and.haract'uto tha.,pupil. The Puri
ser takes charge of all mneys intended for the use of the
pupils, and distributes only on an order from the principal.
No accounts wil in any case, be made for the pupilsnor
will any expenditures be incui:'ed for them, further than the
amount of money deposited forcheir use.
Wardrobes.-A directress is employed to take charge of
the wardroLe who devotes herself exclusively to that duty.
To save much trouble, every pupil) should have each ar
tidle of his clothing distinctly marked with the initials of
his name, and possess a complete inventory of the whole.
He should also have, as his own property a set of
brushes and combs, a Bible" and a "Book.ofCommon
Examinatins.-An examination is held every Friday
of the divisions under the several Instructers, in rotation,
and a general examination 'of all the divisions at the close
of each term. These examinations are open to the friends
and patrons of the Institution.-
Exhibitions -An exercise in composition and declama,
tion will conclude each of the semi-annual examinations.
a Apparatus.-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 ot study.
Te-ms.-The terms are $230 per annum, payable hall
yearly in advance. Requisites, such as fuel, lights, wash
tig, mending, beds, bedding, books, stationery, &c. are
urnished, and without extra charge.
Academic 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,
kpowp, as fall and spring vacations
Directions.- Persons desirous of placing pupils in the
rnstitlte, or of ol. .aing further information relativw to it,
may address the Principal, either personally, or through
the Post Office, or J. W. Mitchell, Esq., 63j Cedar street,
New York. Circulars may be obtained~on application v
either of the above; also at the book store of Swords.Strl
ord & Co.New York.

Rev. W- F. WALKER, A. M Princ;pdi and Proprie;
tor; Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, and Evidences of
Rev. A. T. TWING A M., Seperintendent.
Rev. W. H. WALTER, A. M., Mathematics, Natural
Philosophy and Rhetoric
Rev. ALVA BENNETT, A.M., Spanish and Italian
History, Geography, and Penmanship,
J. P. ED1WARDS, French Language and Literature
and Bookkeeping.
W. H. A. BISSELL, A. B., Latin and Greek|Languagos
and Literature.
AMOS EATON, A. M., Chemistry andcCivillEngineer
J.'C. ANDREWS, Music,
Professor EATON does not, by Ihi.: arrangement
with this Institution, cease to he Principal of the Rensse.
later Institute, or to devote to that Institution his supervi.
sien and direction. But the two Insotutions 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
Wj/7ILEY & PUTNAM, 181 Broadway, have just
arranged accol ding to the Lamarckian System, together
with descriptions of new or rare species, contained in the
collection of John C. Jay, M. D., member of the Lyceum
of Natural History, New York; corresponding Member of
the Academy of'NaLurai Sciences, Philadelphia; of the U.
S. Naval Lyceum, BroouIlyn of the Boston Natural His.
story Society, &c.-illustrated by several plates, colored
and uncolred, 4to.
We notice among the new publications, "A Catalogue
of the Shells ai ranged according to the Lamarckian Sys.
tern, contained in the Collection of John C. Jay, M. D"
ot New York. This work consists of one hundred and
twenty-six beautifully printed pages in 4to, illustrated with
ten finely colored plates. Many new and rare species are
described and figured at the termination of this rich cata.
logue. The wholeTorms a work creditable to the indus-
try and scienet nff the author, and rh exectilnr, of it is


3'L^ Ps" GAUSE FLANNELS, "c-- _
'U9 HOLIMES, No 44 Maiden Lane,: have'for eal a
large assortment of Blankets, from low to fine qualities.
Also, crib and cradle do.
Two bales Gause Flannels, at low prices, by the piece
or at retail,
On hand-Jeans, lDrillings, Erminets, &c, for boy's
wear. je7
,vA ENS UNDER UARMEN I'S.-A large assort-
lvA ment, varying in quality and size, of Shirts and
Praw-rs of almost every description, suitable for the pre-
sent and -oming season. Also, Hose and Half. Hose, of
all the .iffereut fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.
vats, Suspenders, Prussian Dressing Robes, &c, with a
large assortment of Hosiery and Under Garments for
Females For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery
Store, 14 Maiden Lain., by
JCO. invite the attention of the Ladles to their assort.
ment of Cashmere Shawls: among which are-
1 black filled square Shawl, $100
1 green do do do 100
I white do do do 200
1 scarlet do do do 200
1 do do do do 250
1 do do long do 150
1 white do do 150
1 do do do 200
1 do do do 250
2 do do do 300
2 rich do do do 350 '
I do do do do 400
I do do do do 500
my27 257 Broadwa y
F RATE PRICES.-To strangers-Strangers visiting
the city will find at FOUNTAIN'S Fancy Dry Goods
Store, (No 231 Broadway, adjoining the American Hotel,)
an entire and complete assortment of all the various styles
and descriptions of New French Dry Goods, suited to the
season at such prices s.will'be satisfactory. Among which
are the following:
SILKS-Rich c41ngeable or Glace
Rich striped and figured do
Chines, foulard, plain and glace
Gros D'Afriques, plain and .hangeable
Gros de Indes do do :
Puultde Soles do do
Gros de Naples do do
Rich light Silks, figured and plain, for evening
Rich white do do do for vtdings
Blue and jet black, of all the above style
Poplins, plain and figured, &c.
SHAWLS-Diaphanous, Net, Glace Silk, plain and
changeable. '
Mantilas, Paris Gauss, Mousellne de Laine, Cash-
mere, Thibet Wool and Fancy Hdkts, of the above de.
EMBROIDERIES-Paris Kprk, of the latest fashion,
Capes, Canezous, Chemizeit#, Collars, Capes, &c.
LACES-Mechlin, English and French thread, Lielle,
Blonde, Bobbinet, &c, Edgings, of all descriptions
THIN MUSLINS-Just opened, several cases of Paris
Muslins, new designs...
The above, with his general assortment of Goods, have
been selected with great care, expressly for his city trade,
and will be'found to be of the finest fabrics and manufac-
ture. my20 '
g RASS JACKETS-Canton Grass Cloth Jackets;
G Linen, Cotton, and other Summer Shirts and Draw-
ers; white and brown Cotton, Silk and Raw Silk, Worsted
and Wool Hose and Half Hose; Linen, Silk and Cotton
Summer Gloves; for sale wholesale and retail, at No 14
Maiden Lane, by

l'ABLEr AND PIANO COVERS.-The %ubscriber
l has this dayireceived a:large assortment of Tabli
and Piano Covers: among which are 7 and 8 4 Embossed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 67 and 8 4 French printed
Cloth Table and Piano Covers, 5 6,7 8 and 10 4 Worsted
Tablei and Piano Covers, of all colors. Also, all sizes and
colors of Cloth Table and Piano Covers.
myJ S J. S. FLEET, 10 Maiden Lane.
1 CLOTHS, &c-.S & L HOLMES, No 44 Maiden
Lane, have received an extensive assortment of Linens,
from low qualities ofstout undressed to extra fine, tor col.
lars and bosoms; Linen Sheetings,from \\ tg,3 yards of the
different kinds and qualities ; all sizes Damask Table
Cloths; Napkins, &c; Lirds Eye and Russia Diapers; Si.
lecia and Huckabuck Towelling, tc, for sale low, by the I
piece or at retail
On hand- quilts, Blankets' Flannels, &c. je7
SLadies.-The subscriber owing to the termination of
his present business engagements end the expiration of
his limited partnership on the first of September next, offers
at very low prices his present well selected and seasonable
stock of French Fancy Dry Gocds ; among which will be
found an entire assortment of all the newest descriptions
of Silk Goods, Shawls,Emroideries, Mousbeline deLalnes
Laces, Soring Calicoes and Muslins, &c.
J S OUNTAIN, 231 Broadway, i
je3 tf (Adjoinilr thaA'ue.riu-7'^-
B LACK BOMBAZINES-Just received an assortment
of beautiful black and blue black Bombazines, very
cheap, at P. & G. BROWN'S,
jel5, 46 Canal street.
A T. STEWART & CO. have just received from
on board the Louis Philippe- '
6 cases ol French Muslins and Cambrics of new and
beautiful designs.
2 do Paris Fancy Articles: among which are Filit and
Taglioni Shawls, Mantles, Collars, Beirs, &c &c.
1 do Thread Lace Veils, Scarfs, Pellerines, &cj
1 do Foulard Silks
All of which have been selected with much care by
Mr. Stewart
The ladies are invltedto examine them at 257 Broad-
way. jet
IB LACK AND WHIT5K LAWNS.-Just received by
CLARKE & COMPANY, 337 Broadway, one case
satin striped black and white Lawns. jel3
L IFE PRESL1KVERS-Manufactured in the city, of
IL double India Rubber Cloth, in the form or belts and
vests, for sale singly or by the dozen, at 14 Maiden lane,
jel4 by LANE & VAN ZANDT.
ING, &c.-JAMES PATON & CO., 247 Broadway,
have for sale a very extensive assortment of every descrip-
tion of materials suitable for Curtains. Also, coverings
for sofas, divans, lounges, chairs, &c., in tapestry; color.
ed hair cloth; satin damass, in medallions and figures;
rich brocade satins, &c., with the necessary trimmings,
cords, tassels, kc. to match ; allof which are offered at
moderate-prices. je29
J.J HOLMES, No 44 Maiden Lane, have received
large assortment of Linen Sheetines, from 1 to 3 yards
wile, of the best kind for family use, warranted all
Linen, and for sale low, by the pieie or yard.
On hand-Blankets, Summer Quilts, &c. je28
SATIN STRIPED SILKS-Light, mode, and dark
colors, opened this day.
my30 CLARKE & COMPANY, 837 Broadway.

COLMAN, INo. 8 Astor House, will publish a
Monday, July 1st, the first number of COLMAN 'S
MONTHLY MISCELLANY, an original American
Journal cf Literature, edited by Grenville Mellen and
William Cutter, assisted by several of the most talented
writers in the country. je28
T IHEOLOGICAL WORKS.-tu regory's Works, folio
SGergory's Comtmentary, folio
Grodlestone's Commentary, quarto
Gleig's Sermon, octavo
Gray's Key. Gillis on the Gospels
Gisborne's Sermons, 3 vols
Gordon on Homilies. Grove's Sermons
Gilpin on New Testament, 2 vols
Gilpin's Sermons, 4 vole
Gerard's Pastoral Care. Gregory's Sermons
Gillie's New Testament
Godwin's Moses anid Aaron
Gastrell's Lectures
Gentoo Law. Grosvenor's Sermons
Grotius on Christian Religion, for sale by
jt2s SWORDS, STANFORD & CO. 152 Broadway.
O OFFICE of the LA"Y'S BOOK, 88 Bowery.-THE
LADY'S BOOK, edited by Mrs Sarah J Hale and
Louis A Gody. July No. Vol 19. No. 1.
Terms: $3 per annum-delivered in any part of this
city and Brooklyn, and sent by the earliest mails to all
parts of the United States and the Canadas, by the pub-
Ulisher, jyl ISRAEL POST, 88 Bowery.
7jpHE PARTHENON-A Magazine of Art and 14-
r terature. It is a remarkable work, inasmuch that
it is the first attempt to print the letter press from stone-a
circumstance which, it may be presumed, will render it an
object of future curiosity. The impression of the title
page, the pretace and all of the first five numbers, and
various parts of the remainder, is effected by a' new pro-
cess, called Typolithography, which was introduced first
in this work. The pictorial illustrations, autographs and
music will be fourd inconorated in th( printed text of the

VOL. %1I' N0 7S;

to Dr. Kimbal,. No. 3 Park place. Doctor n=ekf_ v=A
completed his Pro1 loaStudie under the able and. et.
-fcile t lImrueofl of H4oo 4W uekof BotoA; IO
diermsaloed oa makftbstcaty *r New T9rk Us pt T
permanent residence. ,: '
To those who may wish to consult him, 1i now respect
fully tenders his best services,
New York, April 13, 1839.
Doctor Tucker begs leave to present the following Tet.-
timonial from Dr. Kimball: Z,
DR. H. KIMBALL having decided upon reliaquisbing
the practice of his protession, and being about to leave
New York begs leave to present to his friend his sincere
acknowledgments for that confidence in his professional
skill which has been manifested by the extensive aMnd
highly respectable practice with which' he has been hdn.
ored urinag his residence in New York.
And while he is most happy to know that theretare in
the city a number of gentlemen of deservedly igh rbpu.
station, and to whom he would with the greatest conuldeiince
refer his friends-yet be would take this opportunity to re.
commend to their patronage and confidence DR. E. (.
TUCKER, who has come to thiscity at the solicitation of
Dr. Kimball, and to whom he wauld refer his former pa.
tents in the belief that he will fully sustain the high ch.
racter he has elsewhere attained as an efficient and faith.
ful operator. Dr. Tucker manufactures the same kind of
Mineral Teeth which have been exclusively used by Dr.
Kimball, and which for strength, durability, and close im.
itation of natural teeth, are unsurpassed.
New York, April 2,1839.
Testimonial from Doctors Harwood & Tucker, of BoB.
ton. i
We have perused the above recommendation of Dr. k,
G. Tucker, and do most cheerfully confirm, the very
handsome testimonial of our friend, Dr. Kimball. !
Boston, April 5,839,. apl3 d6m&lawoso
tie and effectual remedy for the summer complaints,
viz: Diarrhoea and Cholera Morbus ; also Flatulent ald
Spasmodic Cholics; having been tested throughout twe
State of New York and elsewhere, during the last twelve
years, with complete success.
This Is undoubtedly the best Medicine now i-use for the
above named diseases, and most of the Coughs, Lung
complaints and Bowel affections Incident to our countrJ
The summer and autumnal Diarrhoeas (commonly known
by the term Dysenteries) that yearly make such dreadtal
havoc among children, sweepingthousands to their graves
in spite ofall remedies usually prescribed, have never y t
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Cholics. Its anodyne properties render it peculiarly a
plicable in Cramps, likewise restlessness and wearine:4
of limbs. It is peculiarly useful for children when testh.
ing, as it allays irritation, induces moderate perspirationi,
and produces sleep, being superior to the Elixir Pareo
goic, the too free use of which has often proved injuroun#
by causing visceral obstructions, inflammation and feveT.
This medicine is discovered to be a certain and effectea
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The inventor, aware that it is the fate of all prepare.
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certificates accompanying each bottle, from gentlemen of
tke highest respectability, among whom are several physli
clans and surgeons of undoubted talents and acquire.,
HAYDOCK, CORLIES & CO., 27 Liberty st.,
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1 Public Characters in the Reigns of George III and IV;
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N B -The White Sulphur Papers; or Life. at the
Springs now ready. je24
WELL, being anecdotes and sayings of Dr. Johnson,
collected by Piozzi, Hawkins, Tyers, Hoole, Stevens,
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AMU-b ,.t-


wt[e r57f6I ,cso95tfuI froW tih Pe-trl tree
flotise to .persons, to
havse'a piger erfet,9 the
North Riler. '
Rtpbtti, 4d44'04.f t rgI ting Gawisevort
Stree; bewen reepch and Wec t street, and
settitig the' c4rti ant'gier 8tbpes iherin, inatvor
of fet6ehg vcant lots 'i n the11 h Word, from time
to tii, Wit ir'y b. deemed ne'epary; B favor
of pavitt EHlm street, betweePran kin anrid Leon.
ard itreets; -,n fator of pating gtrind street,
from Th pThmp s' streetot6the bBuklind; in favor
ofdiscontintinfproceedihgs in the matter of widen-
ing.Williamstr'eet. -' ; '
In favor o4 drioyrtoinuing proelings in the
matter o'f widening Aithony street in favoi of
fencing yacanit-ots n- t w Bowery; lin'vbr of
fixing theo 0iifng of -Arkt treat, to take pii&- on
the -1t of Auguut; ;i favor."6fdisjo0utining thi
proceeding- ih'the matite of dopeniig'i le2Sd -Street,
from the Blooimingdale road to the llth avenne,
and the llth avenue, from 123d-t6-131Ssttreet,
and 131st street, ;from tirhe llth avenue to the Hud-
son river, and the la2h avenue, -ftoi Manhattan
street to. 132d streieL .- + ..
Petition, Granted-To pasve Ga sevoemrt street
between Greenwich and West streLt.
Paperw from the -eard of JEldermen.
SResolution-To appropriate an additional $300
to celebroatethe 4thiof July. Concurred in. To
authorise the Alderman and Assistant Alderman of
the 1st Ward toappoint a watchman to take care
Sof the Battery,. and prevent improper conduct
there Concurred in ..
SMr, Timpson moved :that the 4th rule of the
Board be sumpended,4n -order to tkea up the -un-
finished busi ss of the.hat meetingg. -
Mr, Graham moved as an amendment, a resolu-
tion relative to receiving the President of the Uni-
ted States... The object of the resolution was to
disapprove of, the partizan :character given to the
programme for the reception of the President, as
published in some of the papers.
Mr. Graham's amendment was negatived, and
Mr. Timpson's motion adopted.
The new Fire Law was'then taken up, and
adopted,, after .coisiderable discussion, which did
not terminate until after 12 o'clock. :
The Boa.rd then adjourned. '

S P[om, the Harford Cowront] ,,
;Doo.-1t appears t has dogs ,# the West some-
'times getting separated from their masters in cross-.
ing the large rivers, and in other ways,utake to the
woods, and having no other means of subisteore,
resort to wild game, sheep, tnd hogs.. .When they
cannot find those, hunger prompts them tq attack
human beings. A correspondent of the Grafton
(Illinois) Backwoodsinan, writing fro- Calhoua
county, in that State, gives the following account
of a fearful rencontre between a young lad and
one of these animals, which, recently took place in
that vicinty- : ,
A short time since a youth of about sixteen, wte
returning home before it was fairly iitat., in the
morning, from the Mississippi river, where he had

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P~etii .-.Of A.e. t -CoKfr. h -tur of
monries n.thI b. ands of ttb.* Public AdkiWtrsI;
of Mchard Hunk, for relief fro" Arroneoa Uax; of-
Lb.'Giiffin br lbave. to witbdratw peiiiion. ot the
Orjbiah Asylum for k qaniitity ot: eareet mintid re;
of W; W. Wetmoreto bo paid'tire'balance, dee him-
for building Franklin IArkt. ;:,
A communication was received na o Mfr. Bridg*
as, Surveyor, relative to a plao for a q'ol Offi'a.
A communication from the rhad Cormmisaiqner
relative .to road though Lofg Iland 'FPrm .*
referred,-,. r. .-', .
Reports-Of the FiuaaWa COpIOU tOe Against
granting Robert PoJlich interest on a ceetract.e
Of th charity 'f the Special ComitmlUe on the
Fourth of July, satauing.that the soneby heretofore
appropriated -for tk celebration bad been expended
for fire works &.. ptnd that 0300 more were re-
quirekd for refreshment fr the military !. well -
tor ammunkion. .
Aid. PIty .* s opposed to the further trant-
he did not like giving the iWrtiry refreahments,
and he thought the coqmitnoe had done, wrong in
their distribution of the money.
Aid. Benson said that the amobult approptiated-
was not sufficient to get luip a celebration that could
be otherwise lhaoDv gre--they had appropriated
9300 forfirew6rks at the JHall And $100 for each
of the other places,"hardly enough io buy crackers
with, and that all the rest bad ban expended for
music and bell ringer. : : :,. '
TlMeresort waidopted. Ayee nou 4.
Uf the Fmiance (ommittee. against allowine ex-
tra compensation to John Hanmer and Geo. Keiit.
Of the same, anknf to. be discharged from the
further onsideraion of the petition ofMary Kent,
Adopted. .
The Semi-annual Ripot of the .Water Ctimmi.
siners *asr iaeiviedandi wodered _to 4 bi itled.
A eomm iaion fro' the Counsel of the Board
relative to a claim ajonst-the city by thb agents of
the Bank -of Mancheeer and others in England fbr
money which had eomefi into the hanriJof Eoen
Whealdin, late, Public A dmnitntatdr and hitd not
been paid qve;,, waitreif-ed.-', ''
A communication from e :Recerdder, itAttng
that he had vacated the room -in 1the Cy aH(lI
formerly occupied by him -as an office, was or-
derecd on file.
Thie bmptroller presented a .,communicmation,
asking fbr 4a6 appropriation' of. 0*400 for the
Alms House D.'aitwiment, nd accompanied with
an ordinance mn g-ipg thbriapp pri" tioe,. The or-
dinance was adopted.4..
Resolutio'ns-By Aid. Phenix-'That an As-
sistant Keeper of the Battery be appointed by the
Aldermen ano Assistant Alderman, whose duty
.,t shall be to remain on I.hipoe, .till,10 P. M.-
S A adopted. I, .1. ; -. ,. .
By Aid. Tieman--'To inqtlreintb the propriety
qf erecting buliigng'1a B l el &darn'4 te the
rece ttion ofjutenihevaerants-Adojied. /
,* MBy' A O- inui :,nitW* orretyb4
building a Wo; huue upite Rfiaildt ilabad--
Ref teLed.- +. ,: ; ..
B~y. A(4Tien[h ,^e,< ite*O w,
Fiance tQ rryo4r t ej, hepri sellng all ke.
r4l Ceita'te of tihe toi ortiop iSoutb of Qrand
*"rteet' whlc is not1 fd oio p,,ipurpoes, and
1eaaing af td real' eitat bjstssn Oxaod d 4Sd
str'eet -. *', ;+ ;. .. + ... ", '; ....
By Atd,^ iuiniz-i'fo 1w' A' ttopbiraphcai
survey an+ta 'f Raeaal tslrind iadft- 0B-
fwrr6l . o 7' fran a .-- '-R
Bf Ald.h,-L-av. nee--To nak a daion of
S295.0totlaN y.b-Y,,.th .,walthmap ymderzee,
Wh-W'i :latil. .mueh1ikhjircd -by 0 flig through

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The youth is a ibia.-ae ate, indebted to the
way of rteo Had hf beutihe means kindness of Mr. Hobbs, secretry'q Cnmnmodore
of defence, orh ad he lace the coolness and Ballard, for the anned tranlations'ad extracf
couage he dih#eved heie is not a doubt but the f o pr
*w isw"e ytf 7 nA&M-voured him: from Rio papers.
^........ ...... ..._, Extractsfrom the Rio Circualr.

O.ice, No. 11I Wall street, corner of Broad st.
I 4
LIBeL SviTS.-We remarked some days ago,
when noticing the libel suits instituted by tl e
author Cooper, against several editors of
sewiPlsapers, hat we never knew a man's chs.
racter mended by such a suit. Nor, as a general
remark, are we disposed to qualify this opinion.
Yet there may be occasions when such a suit is
indispensable. This seems to be the fact in refer-
ence to the charge, again and again repeated by the
Albany Argus, against the Editor of the Albany
*Evening Journal, of having, during the Anti Maso-
nic excitement, for political purposes, disfigured
the dead body of Munro, fished up in Oak Orchaid
Creek, so as to make it resemble that of Morgan.
This charge, we know, has operated most unfa-
vorably upon the standingof the gentleman against
whom it is brought, and, as from its frequent itere-
tion-rather, it must be admitted, in the way of
insinuation, as is the wont of the Argus, than of
direct-assertion-it would seem to be the main wea-
pon of assault against the Journal-we think the
Editor of that paper has done well to give the Ar.
gus an opportunity, as, in his paper of Friday, he
announces he has. of making good the charge.
The Journal pronounces it unequivocably false-
admits tha1, if true, it should drive any man from
society; and adds the willingness of its editor that
the trial should be had in any of the counties,
where, with most probability andpease, the truth is
likely to be established...
The Argue must now make good the solitary
point, on which it has ever succeeded in estab-
lishing a superiority over the Journal-failing in
which, it will fall in character for veracity and
fairness, as much below that journal, as it confess-
edly is now, in all that constitutes generosity,
frankness, and manliness of character.
The Argus, we should say, in conclusion, meets
the denial and threatened 'suit of the Journal, in
this characteristic manner:
"If he(the Ed'tor of the Journal) will prove to
the satisfaction of three respectable citizens, two
of whom shall be whigs" and one a democrat,
that he did not participate in the mutilation o! the
dead body of Munro, and was not the author of
the current phrase already quoted, it will afford us
pleasure to acknowledge freely and publicly the
injustice the impression to this effect, which has
so long obtained, has done him."
The proposition is really charming! After
abusing a man for many years for a specific and
dishonoring offence, to propose to him to prove
his innocence, is really one of those things which
it requires all the familiarity of the Argus in
Mean evasions and sneaking shifts, eYer to dream
The Journal will, we presume, hardly under-
take .to prove a negative, however conscious of inj
nocence, and- able to make it manifest.

A Somr ix CoNaes.-The Madisonian tells
the following anecdote of Mr. CAXBXLUNQ's last
effort in the House of Representatives.
It was about the last speech, except Mr. Polk's,
That was made in the 25th Congress. The House
of Representatives at the hour of midnight, be-
tween the 3d and 4th of March was a perfect Ba.
bel. We took notes of the passing scene, and
shall sonie time write them out. IM a room ad-
joining the Hall a liberal quantity of whiskey had
been freely dispensed. It wai rumored that
"Cam," as it was the morning of his exit, had
been led there to refresh his languishing facukies.
We heard in the Hall cries of Cami is going to
call up the Sub-Treasary !" "Cam, how much
money in therein the Treasury r" "Cam is,-,",
"Cam is going to speak." Mr. Cambreleng rose,
and with oompressed lips, propped himself firmly
between a couple '" desks very near the Speaker.
Mr. Cambreleng maet to the Speker a resolution
which hemaid he ofered as ai pin~rnen"
. > .. ...... .. .-'-
out of order; whereupon Mr. Csmbreleng deliber-,
ately toot off hia spectacles, elevated his ehin, and
said with gpeat heat and earnestness t
'" Mr. Speaker, that resolution is for the appro-
priation of pay to soeie of the most meritorious
officers of this House, for extra services, out of the
contingent fund. They ought to be paid sir.
Shall their wives and families suffer, sir 'by our
neglect ? Sir, I insist that the resolution is perfect.
ly in order. It is but an amendment, Sir, to the
original resolution now under the consideration of
this House. If it 'is not in order, sir, I beg leave
to ask, how came the original resolution before
this House. I ask again, sir, Mow?" "
The Speaker replied, in a burst of laughter,
that there was no resolution before the House :
Immoderate laughter ensued, in which Mr. Cam.
breleng heartily participating, withdrewto his seat.
This was Mr. Cambreleng's last speech, and we
fancy we hear the empathic "Mow" still echoing

through the Hall.

[Ffr the Philadelphis North fmerican.1
What has become of the twenty or thirty mil-
lions expendedin the Florida war? Thisquestion
is often asked, but not so often as it should be.
Did our people see, the money taken from their
poekets, they would ask the question to some pur.
pose. The great body of our citizens, who are
laboring to support their families, and are groaning
under the high prices of the necessaries of life, do
not elect that they are paying a portion of Lbeir
earnings to meet the reckless etpeaditures of go-
vernment agents, and to fill the pockets of greedy
contractors. The revenue paid at the Custom
House is 4appoaed to come income mysterious way
from the bosom of the deep, instead of being drawn
day by day from the purse of the frugal consumer.
It goes es mysteriously as it comes, and if Con-
gress appropriates a fw millions, we notice it as
much a we should notice the passage of an empty
resolution, or the appointment of a committee.
What has beome of the twenty millions? A
shrewd Yankee 'goes to Florida with a little steam-
boat which he has bought from one of Our rivers for
seven thousand dollars, and the U. S. Army pays
him three hundred dollar. a-day for the mere use
erthe boat, agreeing to return -the boat in as good
condition as when-it was taken. The boat is em-
ployed at this rate from October to June, and at
the end of that time the owner receives from the
Treasury .mmtywho thousand doUlaris, the boat
being returned in good repair. During a part of
this time, the boat lies at a wharf, while the Cap.
tain, who was sent to return it to its owner, is hav-
ing a drunken frolic; and meanwhile the jovern-
ment is paying for it three hundred dollars a day!
In addition to this three hundred dollars, the crew
most be paid, fuel provided, ke., &c The boat
approaches a wood pile; wood must be had-and
now is the time for a fine draught on the Treasury.
Tea times the value of the wood is a moderate
charge; ;the money is paid and the boat moves on.
At the sane rate are other prchases made and

Rio DZ JANEIRO, May 4:h, 1839.
The political occurrences of the last month were
of considerable and unusual interest, but before we
proceed to take a retrospect of the most important,
we must present our readers with a translation of
the speech delivered yesterday by the Regent in
person, on opening the session of the Legislative
SAssembly; it is as follows:
"His Majesty the Emperor, and his august
sisters, continue to be blessed by the Most High
with perfect health.
The marriage of her Imperial Highness is one of
the great objects which engages my attention, and
I recommend to you in the name of the emperor,
that you take it under your especial consideration,
in order that it may be carried into effect in a man-
ner worthy of Brazil and of the throne.
Our friendly relations with other nations remain
unaltered ; we continue to receive the most satis-
factory demonstrations of the interest which all
nations take in the consolidation-ef the Brazilian
monarchy, and in the glory and prosperity of the
empire. The motives, which fora moment existed,
for doubting a continuance of a good understanding
between the Imperial Cabinet and that of the Holy
See, are removed.
- In the Province of Rio Grande South, the con-
flict occasioned by the delusion of a part of its in-
habitants unhappily continues; but the persever-
ance and moderation of the Imperial Government,
aided by the example of constancy and firmness of
those Brazilians who are faithful to their oaths of
allegiance will (this I hope fiom the Omnipotent,)
re-cs'ablish the Impertal sway, and cement concord
between children of the same family.
The other provinces of the empire manifest
generally (I state it with pleasure) a spirit of order,
accompanied by a devotedncas to the principles of
liberty rightly understood, which promises us a long
continuance of tranquility.
The interpretation of the law of the 12 h August,
1834, which reformed the Constitution of the Em-
pire ; the improvement of the circulating medium ;
a revision of the penal code ; and a settled system
of public instruction, such as may duly capacitate
the youths of Brazil for the important offices of
social life, whether civil or military : these, gentle-
men, are the objects which will most especially
continue to offer you us ful matter for your labors."
The session is opened.
"It is with the most painful feelings that we have
to notice a melancholy occurrence which took place
on the 21st ult., and which in its consequences
might have seriously affected the personal safety
of the British residents. The circumstances of the
case, according to the best information we have
been able to obtain, were as follows:-The steam-
boat Especuladora, (belonging to the Nietherohy
company,) on its return from an excursion up the
bay, about 9 o'clock in the evening, unnecessarily
and imprudently passed between H. M. S. Stag
and the brig Ganges, one of the captured slavers,
and so closely to the latter as to excite suspicions
(after whit had happened on previous occasionss)
that an attempt was intended to bring away some
of the slaves, or to afford the menns of escape to the
prisoners confined on board, aid the more so as
when alongside the engine was suddenly stopped.
Commodore Sullivan, who was on the frigate's deck
on seeing this, gave orders on board the Ganges to
be prepared to fire, in rase of any such attempt be-
ing made, but the sentinel, amidst the noise and
confusion, hearing only the word fire, unhappily
discharged his musket loaded with ball, and mor-
tally wounded a Brazilian gentleman named Bul-
hoes, who was seated on the aft part of the steamer's
deck, and who died on shore of the wound early
on the following day."
It will be easily believed that this sad accident
caused d a very great sensation, and that this was
aggravated by persons who exerted themselves to
fan the flime of popular excitement, by represent-
ing the act as a wanton aggression on the part of
the British Navy, as a gratuitous insult offered to
the Brazilian nation, and as an act of barbarous
revenge for the outrage committed the previous
evening on a British boat's crew, whilst taking off
the Captain of one of the captured slavers, who had
been landed for the purpose of being interrogated
by the Mixed-Commission, and as one .that would
be followed up by the execution as pirates of the
persors in command of the slavers when captured.
These efforts were but too successful in irritating
the feelings of the populace against the British, and

which led to several acts of violence, and whoeh
might have proceeded to a frightful extent, had not
the effervescent state of public feeling been in a
great degree allayed by the publication of the fo'-
lowing judicious' letter addressed by the British
Minister to Commodore Sullivan :
"It is with ex'reme pain that I have to address
you on the occurrence of a most lamentable event,
of which I have been officially informed by his
Excellency, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Senhor
Candido Baptista de Oliveira.
From the representations that have been made
to me on the part of the imperiall Government, and
from other sources, I learn that on the 21st inst.,
on its return from the Island of P< queta, the steam-
boat Especuladora was fired into on passing the
Ranges, one of the prize vessels lately captured-

with Africans on board, and that a respectable and
inoffensive Brazilian gentleman was, by that shot,
mortally wounded.
It does not appear from the communication of
H. E. Senhor Candida Baptista de Olliveira, that
there was the slightest provocation for this fatal
act, nor is it represented as accidental;-under
such impressions, which, until I receive further
explanation of the origin of this sad event, I am
bound to entertain,-terms are not strong enough
to express the indignation and just reprobation
with which such art outrage must be regarded : not
alone must the feelings of an esteemed and friendly
nation be roused in the highest degree by such a
wanton act of barbarity, but I am certain, Sir, that,
as Commodore and Senior Officer in Command of
H. M. Naval Forces, at present in this harbor, you
will fully share with me the feelings which cause
me, not only as H. M. Charge d'Affairs,|but per-
sonally as an Englishman, deeply to deplore this
event, and earnestly to desire to bring to justice
the parties, whoever they may be, who, if I am
rightly informed, have been guilty of an unpro-
voked crime.
It is in the conviction, sir, that I shall meet on
your part with every co-operation in bringing to
light every the most minute circumstances and
evidence calculated to obtain the ends of justice in
this affair, that I now officially request that you
will receive on board your frigate, whatever legal
or competent authority, or whomsoever the Im-
perial Governmentmay direct to examine into this
lamentable affair; and afford every assistance in
your power in furnishing evidence and investigat-
itg the true circumstances of the case-waiving on
an occasion like this, any strict observance of legal
or military forms or privileges.
I make this request simultaneously with the ap-
plication, which it is also my duty now to forward
for every explanation, the result of the examina-
tion, which you will doubtles!t institute on this sad
occasion, and which you will please furnish to
myself--that may enable me to forward to the Im-
perialGovernipent an early answer to the commu-
nication which I have had the honor to receive from
H. & Senhor Candido Biptista de Oliveira. I act
It- i nm -' ~m wAA -- ..' . l -3I 1 i -

instituted, the Judge Conservator for the Brititti
nation, the Senator Senhor Caetano Maria Loptz
Gama, went on board H. M. ship Stag, to enter
-upon the examination of the circumstances of the.
case, but as no foreign authorities could proc ed to
a judicial inquiry on board a ship of war, which
would be nnalagous to their admission into the
courtsof justice of the country whose flag she
bore, the inquiry took place on board the Ginges,
and we understand that the evidence obtained fiom
a variety of witnesses (including the captain and
mate, prisoners on board of the latter vessel,) sub-
stantiated the fac!s as we have related them, in the
commencement of the article; and that the sentinel,
the Marine Joseph Hain., having been found guilty
of firing the fatal I shot in question,the said Judge de
manned his being given up, but which demand the
Commodore stated he could not comply with, until
he had communicated with the Board of Admiralty
upon the subject; and that the said marine should
be kept prisoner on board H. M. S. Stag, until the
pleasure of the Board be known. We understand
further, that the Judge requesed Commodore Sul-
livan to furnish him with a copy of the minutes of
inquiry ins' ituted by himself on board of H. M.S.
Steia, and that the request was immediately coin.
plied with.
The minutes of the whole proceedings wlll of
course be submitted to the consideration of the Bra-
zilian Government, and then probably become the
subject of further communication with the British
We should be guilty of an act of manifest injus-
tice towards the Brazilian Government, ifwe closed
this article without recording the praiseworthy and
energetic conduct of the competent authorities, in
taking every precaution to prevent the acts of vio-
lence against the British, which it was justly ap-
prehended the excited state of public feeling might
occasion. The Government was well informed,and
knew that several individuals had made arrange-
ments, and hired persons to molest the British,
which information induced the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, Senhor Candido Baptista de 0 iveira, to
act the noble part of calling upon the Portuguese
Chard d'Affsires, Senhor Joao Baptista Moreira ;
and intimating to him, that as the parties were all
known to the police,it would be desirable that H.E.
should use his influence to prevent unpleasant con
sequences. This intimation led to the following
communication fiora the Charge d'Affaires of Por-
tugal, of which, we understand the Brazilian Min-
ister had the first intimation by reading it in a pub-
lic newspaper, namely:
"The undersigned, Charge d'Affairs of H. M.
F. M. at the Court of H. M. the Emperor of Bra-
zi'l, has the honor to address H. E. Senhor Candi-
do Baptistn do Oliveira, Minister and Secretary of
State for Foreign Affairs, in order to afford an ex-
act solution to the object for which H. E. called
upon him at his residence. The undersigned then
assuring H. E. that the supposition of the number
of Portuguese subjects having been considerable
among the assemblage of the populace in various
parts of the city, with hostile demonstration to-
wards British subjects belonging to the navy,must be
exaggerated, stating at the same time that he gave
it due attention, in order to take the necessary pre-
cautions, did no more than manifest his conviction
of the love of good order, which is characteristic of
the subjects of H. M. F. M., who reside in this
metropolis; and, at tde same time, that the unJer-
signed took the nccesary steps to prevent the Por-
tuguese name from being involved in the late deli-
cate occurrence, he feels himself called upon to de-
clare that such measures were unnecessary, as the
Portuguese have continued from the commence-
ment to conduct themselves in this matter of o'-'
fended Brazilian national honor, with the utmost
neutrality, deeply lamenting the incident which
occasioned a misunderstanding between the sut-
jects of two fri idly nations, and suppressing, as
they ought to do, any expressions that might de-
stroy the political indifference, which it is their
duty to observe. The undersigned, in making this
communication to H.E., and of which the Imperial
Government ought to be assured by the connection
of the facts, must reiterate his assurance to H. E.,
that the Portuguese subjects, resident in Rio de
Janeiro, will be, as they always have been, obe-
dient to the laws of the country, and zealous ob.
servers of neutrality in questions which ought not
to concern them.
"The undersigned avails himself of this occasion
to reiterate his assurances to the H. E. Senhor
Candido Baptista de QlJiveira of his particular re-
spect and esteem.
On Saturday, the 27th of April, H. E., the Min-
ister for Foreign Affl:irs, Sephor Candido Baptists,
transmitted the following circular communication,
to the Foreign Ministers resident at this Court:
"The undersigned, of the Council of H. M. the
Emperor, Minister and Secretary of State for For-
eign Afftira, has the honor to intimate to B.iron
Rouen, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni-
potentiary of H. M. the King of the French, that
. eRegent, in the .sme o0 the Emperor, consider.
- v-r+ '' "- niluarce -of- diplomatic relations with
'enhor Joao Baptists Moreira, Charge d'Affaires
and Consul-Generil ofH. M. F. M., incompatible
with the dignity of the Imperial Government, has
ordered the undersigned to cancel the exequatur of
his patent as Consul-General in this empire.
"The undersigned reiterates his sentiments of
esteem, &c. (3igned)
"Rio de Janeiro, 27th April, 1839."
THU AMERICAN HOTEL.-We are informed that
the President ordered rooms at the American Ho-
tel some ten days since, and that his luggage was
received a week ago; but Alderman Talmadge

thought proper to change his quarters, Mr. Coz-
zens not being Loco-Foco enough for the Demo-
cratic Committee.

VALUE OF PUBLIC HoNORs.-President Van Bu-
ren is undergoing at this moment the ceremonial
of a great public reception in a city whose popula-
tion he has libelled, and whose interests, commer-
cial, manufacturing and mechanicri, he has seri-
ously injured-and Ex-President Houston, of
Texas, is receiving public dinners and other de-
morstrations of favor in Tennessee, whence, some
years ago, he was driven by general indignation
and contempt.
[ Front the JArmy and .Navy Uironicle, June 27.1J
ARMY INTELLiGNCe.-Relying upon the cor-
rectness of the papers published on the spot, we
announced last week that the United States sloop
of war Sullivan had been launched at Portsmouth,
N. H. We have since understood thit, at the
time of the launch, the name of the vessel had not
been determined on; but that it has since been
fixed upon as the PRIMEL. We observe that these
sloops are called experimental," but for what rea-
son we are at a loss to imagine. We have cer-
tainly had experience enough in shipbuilding to
know how to construct vessels bf every class ;
though, for the matter of that, any deviation
from old established forms may be called an "ex-

NOaIrFOLK, June 29.
NAVAL.-Captain Chase, of the schr Arenza-
mendi, arrived at this port, informs that, on Wed-
nesday last, off Chingoteague, he was boarded from
the U. S. schr Enterprize, from the Pacific, and
last from Rio de Janeiro. Officers and crew all
The United States steamboat Poinsett, Com-
mander Mayo, bound to Florida, has gone to sea.
General Z. Taylor, U. S. A. has demanded an
investigation, by a Court of Inquiry, of the charges
preferred against him at the late session of the
Missouri Legislature. The demand has been com-
plied with, and the Court will be convened at St.

I(Communicated for the New York American.1
JWo 1839.
Thermometer. Barometer, Wind and remarks.
NigAt. Day. at S..M.

Tu. 25th
W. 26th
Th. 27th
Fr. 28th


Sa. 29th 580 770 9.74
Su. 30th 65 800 29.93

NE. to NW.-Fine.

M. 1st 65 79 30.07 SE.-Fine.
Monday Evening, July 1, 1839.

THE MIRROR.-Among the weekly candidates
for public favor, few so industriously exert them-
selves to deserve it as the Mirror. The last num-*
ber, the first of a new volume, comes to us beauti-
fully illustrated with two fine engravings.
To show the propensity for puns so prevalent in
a sister city, often charged, and as often disclaimed,
we quote the following notice of this number from
the Philadelphia Gazette:
The New York Mirror of Saturday comes out
under the cockery dispensation-in other words,
it is a plate number, and a "crack" one too, to
use the usual phrase. The likenessefGen. WET-
MORE is excellent. -

fifth annual fair of this Institution is announced by
the Board of Managers, to commence on the 21 of
Septe.nber, and to continue open twelve days. As
usual, it will be held at Castle Garden.

disappointment we are requested to state, thai
this establishment is not opened this season for the
reception of visitors.
The short time allowed after the expiration of
the last lease, to refurnish and refit the establish-
ment, rendered it impracticable to do so, on a scale
to meet the expectations of the public.
It will, however, in the meantime, undergo sun-
dry improvements, intended to add to the comfort
and amusement of its visitors, and be opened the
next season, under management that will give
general satisfaction.
THE BRITISH QUEEN.-Letters received in town
by the Liverpool state that-
"The engines of the British Queen are now
completed on board, and she will leave the Clyde
for London on the 17th instant, and sail for New
York on the first of July, unless some accident in-
"We are getting on with passengers and freight,
and in all probability the Queen will take out the
most valuable cargo of mAnufactures that ever
went from Lmdon. At all events, we have goods
and passengers enough engaged to show a respect-
able'front, if we should not have any more. The
ship will be very deep with cargo ; nevertheless, I
expect to be in New York in 15 or 17 days; but
you must not apprehend danger if-the ship should
Snot arrive on the 15th of July, as the first starting
of machinery generally shows something want-
"I was down to see the President this morning,
and they are getting on lustily. She is a fine no-
ble ship, and will carry half Liverpool."

graph published a few days ago, we alluded to an
article from the Vicksburg Sentinel, in which
Judge Shattuck is described as having narrowly
escaped being Lynched by the Jury over which he
presided. An account of the affair varying very
much from the preceding has appeared in the
Natchez Free Trader. As it places the conduct
of the jury in a very different aspect, a publication
of the facts would be an act of justice to the par-
ties who have suffered from the misrepresentation.
The particulars of the affair were as follows:-
Judge Shattuck instructed the jury on a point of
law in some case pending. They brought in a ver-
dict contrary to his instruction. He commented
on their behavior from the bench, and in the course
of his remarks stated, that "he had never before
known a Court and Jury differ so widely on a mere
question of law ; that such an extraordinary state
of things was calculated to subvert the ends of jus-
tice, and reflect disgrace on the country." The
Jury took up the impression that the Judge in-
tended to censure their conduct; and the latter
hearing this, called them back, and explained what
he did say. A gentleman present contradicted the
Judge in his assertions, for which he was fined
"When the Court adjourned, there was a gath-
ering of something like a hundred persons in the
street, and the Judge wad called upon to explain
more fully his remarks. This he very properly
declined, while surrounded by a mob, but on Fri-
day morning addressed the people from the ros-
trum. He again disclaimed any personal allusions,
but had no further explanation to maike. If any
thing more was required of him, 'he was prepared
to abide the result, and offer himself a sacrifice in
defence of those immutable principles of law and
justice by which he professed to be governed, and
which he had solemnly sworn to support.'
"He was then applauded by those who, the
evening before, had been clamorous against him ;
and when the Court opened the gentleman who

had contradicted the Judge, made a suitable apol-
ogy, andhis fine was remitted. The Court then
proceeded quietly to business without further in-
terruption." I
[From the Beosten Daily Advertiser.]
Pvwr.-A late number of the Journal des De-
bats, contains the following disquisition upon a
word, which, whether it be of French or English
origin, is as well known on this, as on the other
side of the Atlantic. It is difficult in a translation
to do justice to the vivacity of the original.
Puff is a new word, as the thing which it repre.
sents is new. They say in England that Puff is
a French word. We maintain in France that the
word came from England. France and England
are right to decline the ho.ior of having invented
this horrible word, which belongs to the cant ot
the speculators and men of business who have
blown out in our own day-but how shall we de-
"fine this word except by examples. Raise your
head, turn your eye, within the walls, without the
walls, on the trees, in the highways, on the walls
of the hamlet, in the steamboat, at the top and
the bottom of society, rapid as lightning, lighter
than the wind, louder than the thunder, the puff is
every where. It occupies all places, it taks all
Names, and all forms. It is of all times, and in all
places. It is applied to the most important, and
the most trifling affairs in the world. It serves the
diplomatist as well as the vender of rabbit skins.
By the aid of the puff they now make marriages
and new romances, India rubber cloaks and rail.
roads, ministers and reputations, great men and
great rope dancers, barbers and artiste. It is all
over. The Puff is every thing at- the present day.

we have passed over so rapidly-and truly with
good reason. Of this fashion of going and com-
ing in twenty-four hours, we do not know
where, the puff is the principal agent: by the
help of it, modern fortunes are made. Formerly
Fortune hid wings. She was naked-with her
Elegant foot she hardly touched the evolvingg
-wheel: to-day the goddess is of goodTuystature,
hides her nakedness, cuts off her golden locks, and
goPs off on a gallop seated on the dirty animal
which'is called a puff.
Every thing which is noise without skill, smoke
without fire, lame without glory, phrase without
style, invention without result, vulgar novelty, tri-
vial truth,ciuseless noise,unf unded eloquence, eve.
rything which is common, I unning about the streets,
virtues of the cancer! of streets, the genius of pub-
lic squares-superannuated beauty, doubtful youth,
hidden decrepitude, contested authority-all this
is the dominion of Puff.

longing to the ship D'uitiess, went to a house of
entertainment in Walnut street, and after drinking,
got into a quarrel: a fight soon ensued, when one of
them named Chas Farlecy, stabbed another named
James Foley, in the breast and arm with a knife,
without, however, endangering his life. Farlcy
was subsequently arrested, and committed to pri-
BANK OF WIscoNSxIx.-Attorney General Wells,
has commenced his proceedings in chancery
against this institution. The attempt is to sue out
a writ of injunction, and force a setting up and
closing of its affairs. The question has been argued
and the Court, we have just learned, has decided to
grant the injunction.-IWisconsin Democrat.]
learn that two men, William Sunderland and
William Bowers, both of Warwick, were drowned
on Tuesday, the 18th inst. They left Eldridge's
Wharf about 10 o'clock A. M., of that day, in a
sail boat, on a fishing excursion. The boat has
since been found dismasted.-(Prov. Jour.)
Five hundred head of catt lefrom Southern Mis-
souri, were ferried across the Mississippi, at Chester,
the forepart of last week destined to Indiana and
Ohio.-l St. Louis Jour. 18th June' I
thh Annual Meeting of the Friends, recently held
at Newport, was well attended, and that the best
feeling existed. The only thing which marred the
harmony of the meeting was the loss of several
pocket books, on Sunday before last, belonging to
the Fri, nds. The Salem G-zatte supposes that a
scoundrel, dressed in the plain habiliments of the
Friends, has been lurking in their midst, watching
the most convenient opportunities for picking their
pockets. A suspicious looking character was ob-
served among them, previous to the loss of the
pocket books referred to, but he has not been seen
since.- (Express.)
A DESTRUCTIvE FRntE.-A fire broke out on the
morning of the 13th inst., in Jacksonville, Ill., in
the house occupied by Mr. Godfrey as a hat store,
and before it wai subdued every building in the
row was destroyed, with the exception of Scott's
Tavern. The loss is estimated at from ten to fif-
teen thousand dollars.
COTTON.-In the year 1770, when the wonder-
ful improvements of an Arkwright began to be
introduced into the machinery for spinning cotton,
the annual consumption of cotton in British man-
ufacture, was under four millions of pounds weight
-and that of the whole of Christendom, was pro.
bably not more than ten millions. In 1838, the
comsumption of cotton in England and Ireland,
was about two hundred and seventy millions of
pounds-and that of Europe and the United States
together, four hundred and eighty millions!
It is a singuar fact, as is said, that a'mocking
bird, if placed near a 'Bobolink,' will die of mortifi-
cation at his utter inability to imitate him.-
[Nashua Tel.l
DIFrFICULT CASTING.-A shaft, 23 J feet long,
and weighing four tons, was cast at the Tredegar
Foundry in Richmond, a few days since, and was
done, says the Compiler, in the most successful and
perfect manner.-(Balt. Trans.)
NEW WHEAT.-The first pare. 1 of wheat of the
new crop was received in this market oh Saturday
by Messrs. John Trimble & Sam. It was a lot of
900 bushels prime red, from Tyrrtll County, North
Carclit-a, and was sold at 1,30 per bushel.-(Bal.
timore American.)
SPARTAN SIMPLICITY.-When Dionysius, the
tyrant, sent to Lysander some rich Sicilian gar-
ments for his daughters, he refused them, saying,
"He was afraid those fine clothes would make
them look more komely."
CoRONER's INQUEfrTs.-On Saturday, at the
City Hospital, upon the body or Ann Smock,
who was srabbnd in the abdomen last Wednes-
day by her husband. Verdict, wilful murder.
At 68 King street, upon the boJy of John Hen-
ry, aged 6 years, who was accidentally drowned
by falling into a cistern.
Yesterday, at the City Hospital, upon the body
of Patrick Kelly, laborer, aged 35, who died in
consequence of injuries received by falling with a
derrick used in hoisting upon a new store in South
In the Fifth Avenue, upon the body of Daniel
Slevin, laborer, killed by falling from the roof of a
new five story building.
RAILROAO ACCIDENT.-An accident, not how-

ever attended with loss of li'e, and said to be the
first of any kind which had taken place on the
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad, since it
went into operation, occurred on that road, on
Monday last. A Petersburg paper states that the
engine ran off the track a short distance beyond
Swi:t Creek, but the iron work connecting the en-
gine aQd tet ?er with the passenger cars, most for-
tunately giving way, the passengers received no
injury. One of the firemen was hurt severely, but
not dangerously-which was the only bodily inju-
ry sustained.
The accident was attributed by some to a defec-
tive rail, and by others to the unstwAdiness of the
engine wheels, caused bythe wear and tear of long-
continued service.
CHiCAroe.-The Beaubien reservation, otherwise
Fort De.rborn reservation, in the heart of Chica-
go, which has lately been adjudged as belonging
to the governmi nt of the United States, was sold
by auction in June. The property contained fif-
ty nine acres, lai'i out in town lots. The sale last-
ed two weeks, and the amount of purchases to
about $80,000. In 1836 the tract was valued at a
million ofdollars. The water lots measuringabout
48 feet on the river, by 80 to 100 deep, and sold at
at $2,000 up to 4,150 each. The inner lots ranged
from $'200 to $1,000. The cash was all paid on
the spot,-(Jour. of Comn.)
FIRE IN ALEXANDRIA, D. C.-On last Saturday
morning, about one o'clock, a fire bWoke out in a
bakehouse situated in King street, which after-
wards communicated with Mr. White's auction
store and the store occupied by Mr. R. D. White,
which were totally destroyed. Two of the adjoin-
ing buildings were also considerably injured. We
are told that the value of the property destroyed is
estimated at $3000.
A SuIcIE.-The Rogersville Tennesseean of
the 1st, sys that a Miss Sally Vaughan, a bloom-
ing young lady of 18 yevrs, residing in the county,
committed suicide by hanging herself. Her pa-
rents had opposed her union with a young man in
the neighborhood, and on that day she went a
short distance from the house, tied a rope to a tree
on the verge of a bank, or ledge, and fastening the
other end about her neck, precipitated herself off,
and was found dead, having hung there apparently
several hours.
The Court of Criminal Sessions, in Philadel-
phia, have refused to grant an arrest nf iniuinnt

tmal in Mississippi has, at least two suits to his
back, and says he knows s ,me who have more than
two suits, and, notwithstanding, they make a very
shabby appearance.
The innholders of Middlesex county, at a cotr..
vention held last week at Concord, agreed to rell
liquor as usual in spite of the "fifteen gallon law,"
and raised a fund of $2,000 to pay fines with.
William Hare, John Lewis and Wil'aim P.
Lockhart, were tried for murder at the late circuit
court of the 7th judicial district of Mississippi.-
The two former were sentenced to (xecu'ion, on
the 5Lh proximo-the latter, to pay a fine of a
thousand dollars, to be imprisoned for one year,
and branded on the hand ; the last item was c -r-
ried into effect in open court, immediately after
sentence. A negro shave, for assault with intent
to kill, was also sentenced Lo execution.
A DAMPE,.-A young city fop, in company wiih
some belles of fashion, was riding into the country
a pleasuring, when they saw a poor rustic looking
country lad at work by the rodd's.side. Thinking
it a fine chance to show his wit to the damsels by
sporting with the poor boy's ignorance, he thus ac-
costed him ; Can you tell me, Mr. Zebedee, how
far is it to where I am going, and which is the most
direct road ?'-Poor Zebby, not at all daunted, with
the most sober, and composed countenance, re-
plied : If you are going to the gallows it is but
a short distance ; if to the jail, it stands a few rods
this side ; but if only to poverty and disgrace, you
are approaching your journey's end. As for the
most direct road, you are now in it, and cannot
miss the way.' Dandy dropped his head and rode

Reported by S. J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and Exchange
Broker, 22 Wall street, and 130 Broadway
41 Delaware and Hudson .......... 724
134 do do............ 721-s 3
50:4- do do ...............72* b3
50 do do............... 721-b 20
50 -- d ) do............... :2--s 10
100 do do .............. 72-s60
50 do do.............. 721-s30
50 do dol.............. 712 -n w
100 db do .............. 72
25 do do.............. 72 29do
25 do do..&............ 72--s23J
25 N A Trust and Banking Co.,...... 78
20 do do........... 771
10 do do ............ 77
40 Mechanics' Banking Association.. 851
90 do do ............ 81
41 U.Statcs Bank (dividend off)..... 1131
75 do do .............113
58 do do............... 1131
60 do do..............113t- -nw
84 do do...........1131
90 Kentucky Bank............. 871
1011- Canton Co.................... 39k
80 do do ...............139
55 do do .............. 39
20 Boston and Providence...........105J
10 do do ..............105j
65 New Jersey Railroad............ 99
20 N. River ...................... 84
5 Stonington RR................ 26
10 do do............ 26t
7U do do ............ 26
350 Harlem.Railroad ................5 2 -s 3
50 do do............... 51[
326 do do...............5- -c
60 -- do do.............. 62-s15
50 t'o do .............. 5-s 15
60 S Fire Insurance..............1 15

At Kington, Ulster Co., on Wednesday evening,
26th ult., by the Rev. John Fossyth, of Newburgh,
James C. Forsyth, Esq., to Mary C., daugh er of
Severyn Bryn, EBsq., o4 the former pl c-.
On Monday morning, 1st inst., by the Rev. T.
J. Sa wyer, William .tA. yres, of Andoyer, Henry
county,'I I., to Miss .Jllmira S., daughter of the
IAte David Platt, Esq., of this city.

Last evening, Somuel Griffitts, infant child of
Wm. Alexander Smith, aged 14 months. Funeral
this afternoon at 5 o'clock, from 7 Tenth street.
On Sunday morning, 30Lh ult. at her late resi-
dence in White Plains, Westchester County, Mary
Hatfield, widow of Richard Hatfield, deceased, in
the 80Lh year of her age.
The City Inspector reports the death of 128 persons dur-
ing the week endingon Saturday, June29, viz.-30 men,
41 women, 28 boys, and 19 girls, viz:
Of the age of 1 year and under, 26;
Between 1 and 2 years.... 171 Between 40 and 50 years. 6
Between 2and 6.........15t Between 50 and 60.......
Between 5 and 10........ 4 I Between 60 and 70....... 7
Between 10 and20....... 21 Between70 and 80....... 5
Between 20 and 30........ 13I Between 80 and 90....... 2
Between 80 and 40.......19 Between 90 and 100..... 3
Places ol Nativity of the deceased : United States 90;
Ireland a&; England 5 ; France 2; Spain 1; West Indies
1; Germanhy 2, Unknown 2.
From the Alms House, Bellevue 4; Hospital do. 2;
New Jersey 3; Blackwells Island 4 ; City Hospital 3 ;
W'estchester 1. Colored persons 4.
Dusxisgs.-Aneurism l apoplexy 5; blee ling from the
lungs 2; btrrned or scalded 1; casualties 3; cholera in.
fantum 5; colic I; cancer I; consumption 23; convulsions
10; croup or hives 2; delirium trsmens 6; dlarrha.. I;
dronsy 1; dropsy in the head 2, drowned 2; dysentery t;
epilepey 2; erysipelas 1; fever I; fever, scarlet ); fever,
typhoid 1; hooping cough 1; hanged 1; inflammation of
bladder; 1; inflammation of brain 3; :nfluinmation of
bowels 8; inflammation of lungs 8; inflammation of liver
4; intenlperance 2; marasmus 1; measles 6; mortification
3: mania 1; old age 6; organic disease of heart 1; palsy
2; scrolula 1; small pox I, suicide 2; teething 1; un.
known 3; worms 2.
WM. At WALTERS, C~ty Inspector.
City Inspector's Office, June 28, 1839.

1"- At a Public Meeting held at the Merchants' Ex-
change, on the 1st of July, called by public notice,
MOSES H. GRINNELL was appointed President;
JOHN J. LABAGH, and E. D. COMSTOCK, were ap.
pointed Vice Presidents ; JAMES LEE, and ROBERT

C. WETMORE, were appointed Secretaries.
Upon motion of Charles A. Davis, seconded by Joseph
Blunt, the following resolutions wore unanimously adopt-
1 Resolved, That the development to the utmost extent
of the resources ol this city is a paramount duty of all
Its citizens, and that among other means, none are more
effectual than the increase of internal avenues between
this great commercial mart and the various points on the
Union, by which an advantageous i:.tercourse between
them is rapidly promoted and permanently secured.
2 Resolved, That: the Erie Caral has contributed largely
to the prosperity of this city, as well as of the cour.nies
through which it runs, and that similar benefits are ex.
pected to be derived from the construction of the New York
and Erie Bailroad,leading flor the great west through
the southern frontier of counties to a point as near the city
of New York as practicable
3 Resolved, That the New York and Erie Railroad is
of too vast importance and magnitude to leave its con.
struction to the protracted efforts of1a private corporation,
or to commit its management to any other than State
authority; but that it should be adopted as a State work,
and urged forward with e'l possible energy and speed.
4 Resolved, That so muci of the public money as may
be set apart by the people for the construction of works of
internal improvement, should be so expended as to equa.
lize the benefits of such public works among the different
sections of the State, and not to confine them to certain
counties to the exclusion of others.
6 Resolved, That it is highly expedient.that a full re-
presentation should be bad, in the Convention to be held at
Ithaca, on the I Ith of July, from the counties interested in
the construction of the New York and rie Railroad, and
that the following delegates (with power to add to their
number) be invited and authorized to attend said Conven.
tion, and there to represent the interests of the cihy anJ
county of New York:
John J Labagh M Vin Schaick
D B Tallmadge Chandler Starr
Wmin L Stone James Lee
Joseph Blunt P M Wetmore
C C King Wm Burns
Thomas Denny James Bowen
Noah Cook Joseph Depew
Philetus Woodruff Iilas Wood
R M Blatchford Joseph Lawrence
Ogden Haggerty Samuel A Foot
Wm E Wilmerding George Sharpe
John P Stagg David Lee
Gabriel Mead Seth Grosvenor
J W Leavitt Wm H Aspinwall
Dr Wm Turner Robert Smith
H L Piersonm
(Signed) MOSS H. GRINNELL, Pres.
ROBERT C. WETMORE, Secretaies. jy2
30 The Members of the S3ciety are hereby notified to
*wpjf at* tha it:.- Wal11 F< th. V1#*_ _qr 1V_ Nr -. __

& CO. will sell TO.MORRROW, at 12 o'clock at No. 3o
Bresd street, corner of Exchange Place, #00 base's of
Champagne, of various brands, and 200 eases of Claret,
Hock, &e. (No. 65) jy2
EDW. H ILUDLOW, Auctioneer.
S" The large and fine collection of Classical Music
consisting of the Works of the most celebrated Masters, -_
with the two superb grand Piano Fortes, made by W Stod-
art & Co. of London, which belonged to the late&Anoel
Schleasinger, will be sold by auction by Mesow* iW. E.
10th instant, at$ o'cluck, at the Apollo, In Broadway.
jy2 2t*

High Wateithis evening, Ot 23m
Thts Morning- Bries Franklin, Baxter, for Malaga,
D. H. Robertson; Peri Field, Leelund, do, S. Broom; Hon.
duras, Brown, Pictou, N.S, Nesmith & Leeds; schooner
Romp, Grant, Galveston, (Texas,) B. H Norton.
Las t Evening-Ship Oglethorpe, Young, for Pictou,
Alcx. Knox, Jr.; brig Pallas. Blanchard, do, Nssmith &
Lieds; schooners Jersey Oak, Winner, Richmond; John
Enders, Bell, do; Joseph Marsh, Poland, City Poi:t and
Richmond, A. B. Cooley; Eliza Warren, Lewis Boston,
Kimball &Sh don; Augusta, Colburn, Bath,Meaiichard.
son & Co.; Tremont, Kent, Boston.
Barque Paoli, Raingeard, 47 days from Antwerp, with
mdze, to J. D. Ruyter, and others. 7 passengers.
Schr Elenor. Post, 17 days from Mobile, with cotton,to
the master 6 passengers.
Schi Saralh & Abigal, Harding, 6 days from Wilming.
ton, N.C, with naval stores.
Schr Amory W. Leeds, 6 days fm Richmond, with coal.
Schooners Banner, Sneder, 3 days irom Virginia; Spy,
Blackburn, do, 5; Samuel C. Abbott, Litta, do, 3; E Buck.
man, do 3; b irroi, Gilbert, do, 3; iarrislurg, Garrison,
do, 4; Julia Oliver, Bud, do, 3; Susanna imbe, Godfrey,
do, 8, Select, --, do, 3; Protector, Bush, do, 3; Mo.
del, Burdsell, do. 3.
Schrs Meseroe, Coarsen, 4 days from Richmond; Winm
Kembell, Adams, do, 5; Niagara, Young, do, 3, all with
Schr Hotspur, Corsen, 3 days from Cape Charles, corn.
Smack Intrepid, Rockett, 8 daysfrom Charleston, fish.
BELOW-i Ship. 2 Brigs and 2 Schooners.
Swedish bark Liselte, Aspling, 48 days from Gotten-
burg, with iron, to Saltus & Co.
Bark Olive, Bigelow, 15 days from Sydney, with coal,
to J. Peters It Co.
Brig Mentor, Stevens, 12 days from Neuvits, with mo.
lasses, &c. to Holt & Owen. Left bark Volga, Davis,
disch, the only American
Brig Castor, Flitner, 24 days from Pictou, with coal, to
McKenzie & Liston. Spoke brig Ann In the Gate.
Brig Harry, Woodworth, 17 days from Windsor, with
Schr Atalanta, Wheeler, 16 days from New Orleans,
With corn, to G. L. Meacham. June 29th, off the Capes
of Virginia, passed ship Milledgeville; .hence, for Sa-
*Schr Margaret, Ratcliff, 8 daysfrom St. Marys, (Geo.)
with live oak, to order.
Schr Victory, Penfold, 8 days from Alexandria, with
flour, to Sturees & Clearman.
Schr Cleopatra, Baty, 3 days from Virginia. with wood.
Schrs Amphitrite. Hickman, 3 days from Norfolk; Paul
Jones, Garretson, do, 3, both with ship gles, to masters.
Schr Swanp., Cropper. 3 days from Bnowhill, with corn,
to S. R. Painter.
Schr E. S. Stevens, Briggs, 4 days fromi B akitaore, with
mdze, to J. & N. Briggs. *
Schr Saluda, Harden, 3 days from Boston, with fish
and molasses.
Schooners Martha, Wood, S days from Machias; John,
Tabot, do, 8; Hannah, Emerson, do, P, all with lumber.
Schrs Eueline, Robinson, 10 days from Thomaston;
Hero, Duncan, do, 10, both lime, to the mlaters.
SSchr Aurora, Kelsey, 10daysfrom Bangor, with lumber,
to I. F Snow.
*ISchrs Oak Hill, Mayhew, from Machla;John,'Tibbets,
do, with lumber, to Brett & Vose.
Sloop George Hail, 4 days from Chathbam, with granite.
BOSTON, June 29-Cleared, Hudson, ryder, for New
York; Oscar, Lovell, do -Nothing below.
PHILADELPHIA, July I-Arrived, ship Medora, from
Londonderry; brig Finance, Silliman, Port aa Prince, 10
days. Left, June 17th, schr Boston, Lovell, from and for
New York, dischg.
Schooners Breakwater, Clifton, Lewes, Packet Haddon,
Castine, Me; Jane, Trlpp, New Bedford; Susan, 'Briggs,
Cleared, brigs Lincoln, Ricker, for St. Johns, N.B.;
Oak. Ryder, Boston; Sulla. Mat-hews, do; sloops Anabel-
le; Sayres. NHaven; Martha & Maryu Albany; Johnson,
Wilmington; Mary, Albany; barge Grampus, 1Dew York.
Evening-Arrived, brigs Palm, Snow, from 'oston;
Fairy, Doane, do; schrs Jane. Crowejl, New Bed'or'.
Below, brigs Echo, Smalley, from Halifax; Lodi, Palm;
schr Salem Packet, and two brigs and two schooners not
BALTIMORE, July --Artived, brig Vesta, Hardy, fm
A fore and aft rchr. ashore on Thomas's Point; looked
like a New York packet; and supposed her bound up. -
Cleared, echrs Mail, Crowell, for Hartford; Tom-wood, /
Osborn, New York.
RICHMOND, June 24--Cleared, brig Citizen, Thing, '.
for Rio.-Sailed, schr Effort, Osborne, New York.
WIMINGTON, NC, June 27-Art sehrs Deepabch, N
York; Sabra. Boston -
Clirigs Anawan, Fal' River; Splendid Brtiscoub, 4
Providence; schrs Mary, Griffin, Pvovidsncet brig premi-
um, Elwell, Surinam
CHARLESTON, June 27-Cld ship Parthenon, Wood-
bury, Liverpool; brigs Planter, SadIt, NYork; Cordelia,
Sherwood, do
lid, ship Nhagara, Besher, New York; brlg Jones
jrisher, do Jonu,* .
The brie Daaid B Crane, 8ds fm NYork for Darlo,was
spoken off Bulls, 24th inst o
SAVANNAH, June 2--Sailed, Br.ibrqus Clke, Smith,
for Halifax.
MOBILE, June 24-Ar brig Spy, Kendricks, from Boa.
ton. Cld ship Henfy. Salter, Liverpool.
.25th-Arr brigs Georgia, Nicholte. NYork ; Voltaire,
Sleeper, Thomaston. Cld sloop Al~erine, Drlnkwater,
Stonington, (Coon.) -
NEw ORLEANS, June 2--Cld ships Palmyra, Cush.
ings, Liverpool ; Hebrew, Whiting, Boston ; brig Catha-
rise. Heald, NYork.

SURANCE COMPANY of the City of-New York,
July 2,1839 -DIVIDZND.-The directors have this day
declared a Dividend of Five per cent. payable on and after
the 10th instant. Transfer Book closed from 3d to 10th
instant, Inclusive.

jy2 2wis WM. H. BIRD, Secretary.
A CoOK WANTED-In a small family, five
miles frt m the city. She will be required to attend
to a small dairy, and assist in the general work of the
house. One witt. a husband pertectly-acquainted with the
care of a garden would not be objected to.
The best recommendations as to character and capabili-
ty required.
Immediate application to be made, between the hours of
9 and 10 A M, attNo 200 Broadway. Jy2 lwis
W ANTED-A situation by a middle aged women as
housekeeper. Shi perfectly understands cookery
in all its branches, and can give the best of reference.
Address Mrs. Lswis, 290 Walker it. Jy2 2t*
ANUKRSE WANTEU, witA good rtcommenuationa.
A French woman would be preferred. Apply at 83
Leonard st. jy2 2t ,
Consignee.'per this ship, are requested touend their
permis onboard, at the foot of Maiden Lane, immediately.
All goods nor permitted In five days, will be sent to the
Public Store. jy
ERPOOL-ConLigneEs of goods per this ship are
reque. ted to send their permits on board, at the: foot of
Maiden lane, immediately. All goods not permitted in five
days will be seot to the public store. jyX
/i ILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Breadia1, h-ave just
V received from Loadon-
Brooke's Oonchology, colored plates, In oane vol 4to
Mawe's Conchology, with 37 colored plates, one vol,
Crouch's Lamarck's Conchology, 4to, colored plate
Deshay's Conchology, published monthly, royal Sve,
and 8vo colored plates
Kienel's Work on Shels, monthly
Martini Neves Systema Chemnitz Tisehes, Conahyliya
Cabinet; fortgesetrt von Dr Shubertn and Dr Wagner, n,.
merous colored plate, 4to
Jay's New WorlonShells, 4to.
S WILEY & PUTNAM, 181 Broadwar,
jy2 and Paternoster Rowe Ldon.
r ILLIAM BRUCE, No. 760 Broadway, as for
V sale in such quantities as may be wanted, choice
and selected-
Madeira, Port, Sherry1Clareti. Sauterne and Champaigm
Coniac Brandy and Hollands Gin
Arrrack Shrub
Wortleble ,Gin and Curracoa
Wild Cherry Brandy
Walnut Ketchup
Anchovies and Capers
*Salad Oil and Wine Vinegar
Curry Powder
First quality and common Black Tea
Hyson Chulan
Pickled Butter Nuts and Cucumbers.
JJ- Several of the above articles are nf his own pufttiag
un. andi superior in nualitv tn hoe w rn.ralv i-.d

..,<- ia-.. M ^ ii i
A CARD.-Dr. BEDFORD respectfully informs his
friends that, in accepting the Professorship of Ob-
tetric Medicine in the Albany Medical College, to which
he haw recently been elected, he by no means intends to
reliqulih his practice in this city. Dr Bedford's engage
ments at Albany will require but a few weeks' absence
during the winter, and at such intervals as will best corn.
port with his professional duties in New York.
jyl Iwis
new and considerably enlarged edition, w.th ma.
ny additional subjects ann plates, of illustrations of the
public buildings of London, in 2 vols. 8vo., with 165 en
gra4vlngs ; originally edited by the late Augustus Puein,
IEq Architect, and John Britton, Ecq F.S.A. and now
newly e lited and enlarged by W. H. Leeds, Esq.
Manifold as are the publications which represent the
various structures ofthe metropolis, 0hi Is the only work
which describes them, not ad libilwm, in views, which
even, when perfectly correct, show no more than the
general aspect and locality of each building from a cer-
tain polnt, ane consequently afford no information beyond
myw external appearance-but exhibits them architec.
turally by means of plans, elevations, and occasionally
both sections, and interior perspective views. Thus, a
far tore complete and correct knowledge may be ob.
tamed o" each edifice, in Its entire arrangement in all its
parts and dimensions, than by pictorial views of them.
As studies for the Architect, the subjects contained in
thee volumes strongly recommend themselves, more par.
Sticularly so, as of the majority ot th,'m, no plans and ele..
nations are tu be.aet with in any other publication, whith
materlalay enhances the interest of this collection, and it
preserves authentic and tolerable complete records of miny
buildings which no longer exist. Amnoig these are Carlton
SHouse, illustrated with several plate, including sections,
and a plan of the private apartments-the late English
Opera House-Mr. Naah's Gallery, which has since been
dismantled of its establishments-and the Bojal Ex.
Among the subjects introduced in thIs new edition will
be found the following: The Travellers' Club House-
London University-St. George's Hospital-Gateway,
Green Park-Post Office-Fishmongers' Hal-StDun-
sta"Is. Fleet street, &c.
Imported and for sale by D. APPLETON & CO.
jy2 a 230 Broadway.
by, Jun.
An elementary work, sufficiently simple and concise to
Instruc*bhe young Conchologists, and at the same time
sufficiently correot and comprehensive to form a useful
book of. reference for authors and others more advanced
in the science, Is known to be a great desideratum in this
Country, as well as on the continent We have long been
urged to publish such a work, after having been engaged
for several years in collecting materials, we are nearly
read to present it to the scientific public in the form of
an Illustrated Dictionary; which will be found to con
1 A Glossary of words used in Conchology; shywing
their derivation and technical application.
2 The systematic divisions of De Blalnville and La-
marck. The lIst of Generi, given under the name of each
family in the latter system, will lnc.'ude the genera estab-
lished since its publication.
3 A tabular view of each of the above systems..
4 A correct account of the Genera proposed or estab-
lished by Linnaus, Bruguiere, Lamarck, Broderip, Gray,
Sowerby, and various other authors; stating the essential
characters, place in the system, habits and geographical
or geological distribution of each, and particularly point.
Iag out the means by which those most nearly resembling
each other may be distin- uilshed.
5 A series of about 600 fAigures, completely Illustrating
the above, carefully engraved on copper, from character
jstic specimens ; arranged as nearly as possible in La.
marckian order, and copiously explained.
Subscriptions will be received by
WILEY & PUTNAM, Importers,
11 #roadway, N. Y., and 35 Paternoster Row,
jy2 London.
T HE X aREMN ROOM.-Authentic Memoirs of the
Greet Room; Involving Sketches, Biographical,
Critical, and Characteristic ; or the Pirformers of the
Theatre Reyal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden, and Hay
Market, 2 vole, 18mo, with several portraits of eminent
performers, For sale by
jyl WM. A. COLMANt 205 Broadway,
STHE ALBIGENSES, in the 13th century, from the
French of J C L Slmond, 0eSi swoodI; with an introduc-
tory Essay, by the translator. For sale by
jyl WM. A. COLMAN, 205 Broadway.
and Citical; with additions by Bernard, Birch, Lock.
man and others, 10 vols, folio, calf; a fine set.
Imp rated and for sale by
1. APPLETON & CO. 200 Broadway.
D. A. &S. CO. have on hand a very extensive collection
of Old Stav*ard Works, recently received from London,
which they Oer for sale at very moderate prices.
nLPOSTHUMOUS WORKS, 3 vold, 8vo.
erm4U a Redemption
State of the Departed
Festive* and Fasts, new edition
CopblMo for the Altar, new edition
ChristUIsa Manual, naw edition-
Comp ailo for the Prayer Book
Candi ft fe Confirmation
Early Ri, by Dr M'Vickar
Prof tYears, by Dr M'Vickar
MemNf a b Dr Schroeder.
Pub lna lfor e by
'.OrI EVCTNRtl d ON WAR. ; by W E Channing. A fresh
jy2 8 COLMAN, 8 Astor House.
VOTcH AL.-1O caeke very ripo and mellow Scotch
C Ale,jqtnee vyd and for sale by
T A. IWEIGBR & CO. 141 Broadway.
Also-Le-dpn BSewn Stout and Porter, in quart and pint
bottles, -f'ertI r quality. '- jr2
IfDlGOOiM D vaccs, 6 cases Mar ilia,for sale
jy2 55 South st
UtI&M.4'0w boxes prime brown Sugar, for .aletoy
jy2 IUWLAND & ,SPINWALL,5s6 South *t.
-L i RASS"CLOTH-8 bales Grass Cloth, for sale by
W jy2 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 65 South st.
SUR SEAL SKINB-500 Lobos Island dressed Fur
.1 Seal Shias, for sale it lots to suit purchasers, by
Jy2 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
Z EMP-.O tons St Petersburg clean Hemp, for sale
jy2 134 Front at. "
V HALE OIL-600 bis first quality Whale Oil, can
be landed alongside any vessel in the East or
North Rivers, for sal- by
jy2 GRILNELL, MINTURN & CO., 134 Front st.
GLASSES-76 hhds prime Muscovado Molasses,
4T1 at Thompeon's stores, Brooklyn, for sale by
jy2 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.

S PEM OIL-40 barrels crude 9perm Oil, ohii board
sloop Gen. Warren, fol sale by
jy2 GRI NINLL, MINTURN & CO. 134 Front st.
SUMMER CRAVATS-White ground Printed Cra.
vats,just received, and for sale by
jyl 3t ALLEY, STANTON & CO, 51 Pine at.
UMMER GLOVEi-Cases fine Lisle thread Gentle-
men's Gloves, for sale by
jyl 13t ALLEY, STANTON & CO. 51 Pine st.
IG COPPEKt-1000qtls Peruvian Pig copper, lor
jyl 55 South street.
f EA-In Cumsha or fancy lacqueied boxes, consisting
Sof Pouchong, Souchiong, Suypoy, Eulong, Flowery
Pecco, Hyson, Young Hyson and Gunpowder, for sale by
jyl 5t GILLESPIE & EDWARDS, 73 Wall at.
A of 'Brambletye House,' 3 vole, 8vo, for sale by
je25 Wil. A. COLMAN, 205 Broadway.
SEFIL.IED SUGAR- In boxes and barrels, for family
use, also, choice crushed do, lump and powdered
do, for sale by
je25, GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad street.
G ERMAN BRASS KETTLES.--2 casks superior
o GGerman Brass Kettles, assorted, 1 to 16 gallons,
or sale by DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
fje22tf 21 Broad st.
NCURRENT MONEY, Foreign Gold and Silver
Treasury Notes, &c. bought and sold at low rates
at S. J. SYLVESTER'S. 130 Broadway,
je17 and 22 Wall sat.
SHATEAU MARGAUX-Vintage of 1834-The sub-
Sscribers having made arrangements with Messrs.
Barton S Guestier, (who purchased the whole of ihis vin.
tage from Mr Aguado, the proprietor of this estate,) have
now received per shio George Cabot, from Bordeaux a
supply of this Wine, put up' in cases of 1 dozen and. 2
dozen bottles each, which theyinow offer for sale.
The VW ne of the vintage of 1834 for delicacy of flavor,
agreeable bouquet and vinoesity, is superior to that of any
former year. for a long period, of this favorite estate.
aplI A. BININGER & CO. 141Broadway.
ILOWERED PONGEES-One case super figured
Pongees, yard wide, for sale by
j,07 CARY & CO 90 Pine street.
d'ALLCGO FLOUR-I150 bris, ior sale by
je27 144 fiont street.
IRISH BUTTER-IS kegs, for sale by
je37 Q134 Front st.
1mpRY POTS-80 English Try Pots, 140,160 and,180
A. gallons, for sale by
je27 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO, 134 Front st.
NLOWERIeD PONGEES-Onie case super figured
Pongesa, yard wide, for sale by
je27 1w CARY & CO. 90 Pine st

TERFEITI DETECTOR published for the last
15 years in pamphlet form and folio sheet, for sale at
S. J. SYL VESTER'S, I10 Broadway,
jyl and 22 Wall street.
ILLS OF EXCHANGE on all parts of Great Briain
and Ireland, in sums of 51. to any amount, for sale
Jyl 130 Broadway, end 22 Wall st.
'%v ICHIGAN POST NOTES.-Post Notes of the Dej
VB -troit Banks wanted on favorable terms, at
S. J. SYLVESTER'S, IO Broadway,
jyl and 22 Wall st. ,
UNCUKRENT MONEY of all kinds purchased on
the lowest terms, by S. J. SYLVESTER,
Jiyl 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall street
lXCHANGE-bills o) Exchange ou all parts of Ureat
S Britain, in eums to suit purchasers. Apply to
SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broalway.
jyl below Maiden Lane.
XCHANE ON LONDON-1Drafts at sight in sums
to suit purchasers, payable in every town through
out the kingdom. Apply to SYLVESTER & CO.
jyl 166 Broadway, below Maiden lane.
OVEiE'IGNS, Napoleons, X Glders, X Thalers,
Frederic d'Ors, Ducats, t uincas, Spanish and Mex-
ican Dollars, Five Piancs, English and French Silver,
bought and sold by SYLVESTER & CO.
;yl 1,6 Broadway, below Maiden lane.
v Earls of Thanet; deduced from various sources
of authentic information, 8vo, wi h engravings.
For sale by WM. A COLMAN,
je29 No 205 Broadway.
F iHE PHILIIORIAN ; A Magazine of Chess, and
L otter Scientific Games ; edited by George Walker.
Complete in one volume, 8vo, with numerous plates, and
for sale by WM. A. COLMAN,
je29 No 205 Broadway.
C subscribers are nuw offering their remaining stock
of Fancy Spring and Summer Goods at greatly reduced
prices. Among which will be found:
French printed Muslins, from k5c to 50c per yard
Do do Cambrics, 13c to 371c.
Do do Foulaid Silks, 50 to 7Zc
Rich Plaid and satin Stilped Muslins, at 0Oc
Paris Embroidered Capes, Collars, Sic, very cheap
Fancy Silk and Nett Shawls and Mantillas
Muslin Insertings and Cdgings
Fancy Silk and Gauze Hdkfs and Scarfs
Infants' Frocks and Robes
A variety of Materials for Boys' Summer Clothing.
jyl 4AMPt3 PATON & CO
L. Series of Lithographic Drawings on the London and
Birmingham Railway ; with eight folio drawings; by
John Bourne; with Topographical and Desc -iptive Ac.
counts cf the Origin, Piogress and tieneral Execution of
that great National Work; by John Britton, F S A, author
of the Architectural, and the Cathedral Antiquities, Dic-
tionary of Architecture, &c. Inscoibed, by permission,
to the Engineer and Directors of the Company.
WILEY & PUTNAM, Importers,
161 Broadway, N. Y. and Paternoster Row,
Jyl London.
original American Journal of Literatuie, edited by Gren.
ville Mellen and Williem Cutter, assisted by several of
the most talented writers In tie country.
Contents:-A Proscenium, by some of us; Our Country
and our Duty, Grenville Mellen; Strolls in the Old Coun.
try Church Yards, B B Thather; Fragment of a modern
Ballad, translated from the German, Pr.f K W Longfel.
low; National Pastimes, John Neal; Chrstopher Crocket,"
the village singing master, with an illustration, Seba
Smith, Ringwood, the Rover, H WV Herbeit; Niagara a&d
Ontario, Grenville Mellon; Sensible Remarks on Mus-I,
ChiefJustic Mellen; The Hermit of Citaria, J Graham;
John Bull and Son Jonathan/,an international picture,with
an illustration, Calvin Peters, Esq ; The Jubile of the
Constitution; New York Amusements.
Terms-price 50 cents per Pumber, or five dollars per
year, if paid in advance. S. COLMAN, Publisher,
jvl S Astor House.
UGAR-80 hnd, 30 oDis prime Porto Rico, fbr sale by
iyl HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st
ii FOR SALE.-A place of thirty acres, beauti.
fully situated near New York, bounded eighty
rods by the Boston Post roaJ, ard extending the same
distance along the Sound, to which it gently slopes.
It is uoder a high state of cultivation, and is susceptible ot
being divided into 3 or 5 sites for country residencas-pos-
sessing eve. y advantage for health and pleasure belong
ing to the many elegant country seats in the vicinity.
Those wishing to purchase all, or a part, will obtain par.
ticular information of the4improvejnents upon it, by p-
plying at the office of teyNew Yof r American, 74 Cedar
street, or at W. W. CHESTER'S, Broadway, cornet
Dey street, New York City. mhl2 eodtf
RKS. MOTr, the celebrated Female Physician o
J New York, having just received a large quantity
others, roots, and essential oils from Europe, not to be
obtained in this country, will be ab e to cure those dis-
eases which have baffled the skill I ofthe most eminent phy-
sicians. Mrs. Mott positively pledges herself to cure or
relieve all diseases incident to the human frame, and more
especially the following : rheumatism of however long
standing, tic doloreux, gout, contraction, palsy, or pa.
ralyzed limbs, decline, consumption, humors,.scrofula,
salt rheum, king's evil, canker ringworms, catarrh, scald
head, dyspepsia, debility, spinal affections, nervous symp-
toms, white swelling, asthma, jaunders, worms, livor
complaint, hemorrhoid, and female weaknesses, fits or
falling sickness, and other diseases. No mercury or
mineral of any kind used. Any females~ boring under
various weaknesses may consult Mrs. Mrt 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 (post paid) promptly attended
to. Medicines forwarded to all parts of the United States.
ap2J eod is tf
TRO MOTHERS-Whose children are troubled with
A weakness of the urinary passages, can be cured by
by Mrs Me1 T, who has long madethediseas a particu.
lar branch of her study. ap22 iseodtf
| ROPSY! DROPSY I-Persons laboring under thi,
Ef distressing disease can be positively cured by Mrs
MOT I, the celebrated Female Physician, without being
tapped. ap22 iseodtl
UIC DOLOaEUX-Positively cured without the use
of the lancet, however long standing, by Mis MOTT
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisement.
ap22 lseodtf
MITS FITS FITS !-rereons laboring under this
distressing malady can be poaitivi ly cured by Mrs
MOTT, the celebrated Female Physician.
ap22 hIeodtf
A STHMA AND PHTHISIC.-Persons trouoled with
these distressing diseases can meet with almost in.

stant relief and speedy cure by applying to Mrs MOTT,
the celebrated Female Physician. See advertisements
ap22 eodtetf
SCALD HEAD.-This prevalent disease is speedily
Eradicated by Mrs MOT T, Female Physician
apS(2 iseodtf
HOLMES, No 44 Maiden Lane,: have for sale a
large assortment of Blankets, from low to fine qualities.
Also, crib and cradle do.
Two bales Gause Flannels, at low prices, by the piece
or at retail.
On hand-Jeans, .Drillings, Ernwinets, &c, for boy's
wear. je7
,.v ENS UNDER -AKRMENT'S.-A large assort-
.VJBt meant, varying in quality and size, of Shirts arid
Drawirs of almost every description, suitable for the pre-
sent and -oniing season. Also, Hose and Half. Hose, of
all the ailfereit fabrics and sizes. Gloves, Hdkfs, Cra.
vats, Suspenlers, Prussian Dressing Robes, &c, with a
large assortment of Hosiery and Under Garments for
Females For sale wholesale or retail at the old Hosiery
Store, 14 Maiden Lamne, by
an'27 LANE &c VAN ZANDT.
U CO. invite the attention ol the Ladies to their assort.
ment ofr Cashmere Shawls: among which are-
1 black filled square Shawl, $100
1 green do do do 100
I white do do do 200
1 scarlet do do do 200
1 do do do do 250 "
1 Jo do lorg do 150
1 white do do 150
I do do do 200
I do do do 250
2 do do do 3c0
2 rich ao do do 350
1 do do do do 400
I do do do do 51)0


257 Broadway.

SRATE PRICES.--To strangers-Strangers visiting
the city will find at FOUNTAIN'S Fancy Dry Goods
Store, (No 231 Broadway, adjoining the Amnerican Hotel,)
an entire and complete assortment of all the various styles
and descriptions of New French Dry Goods, suited to the
season at such prices as.will'be satisfactory. Am ing which
are the following:
SILKS-Rich changeableor Glace
Rich striped and figured d,
Chines, foulard, plain and glace
Gros D'Afriques, plain anJ c.hangeable
Gros de Indes do do
Puultde Soles do do
Gros de Naples do do
Rich light Silks, figured and plain, for evening
Rich white do do do for vtddings
Blue and jet black, of all the above style
Poplins, plain and figured, &c.
l.SHAWLS-Diaphanous, Net, Glace Silk, plain and
Mantillas Paris IGausas. Mouslllna ide Laine,. Cash-

IHIS EVENING, July 2d, will be performed the
Tragedy of RICHARD Ill-Richard, Mr George Frede.
rick Cook; Richmond, Riehings; Buckingham, Hield;
Q4een Elizabeth, Miss Cushman; Lady Anne, Mrs Chl=.
Alter which, a Pas Seul by Madame Arraline.
After which, a Pas de Deux by Master and Miss Wells.
To conclude with the Farce of HIGH, LOW, JACK,
AND THE GAME-KingofClubs, Mr Placidei Kingof
Spades, Fiher; Queen of Hearts, Mrs Richardson; Qieen
of Spades, Mrs Durie.
Tomorrow, first night of the engagement of Madamt
Lecomte and Mons Martin, .
Doors open at o'clock-Performance commences at7J.
Boxes, $L-Pit, 50 cents-Gallery, 25 cents.
TL HIS EVENING, July 2i, will be performed the
Drama of THE LION KING; or, The Bandit's Doom-
Afghai, Mr Carter; the-Rajah, Pioctor; PankoFanto, Mr
Gates; Kradin, Niukinson; Zimzim, Hall; RamahFon-
gi, Bellamy; Zenora, Mrs Proctor; Zitta, Mis Phillips.
To conclude with the grand Romantic Drama of MA.
ZEPPA, or, The Wild Horse of the Desert-Mazeppa,
Mr Woolford; Premislaus, Mr Foster; Dr-olinski, Gatts;
Olinska, Mrs J BRice; Zemila, Mrs Procter.
Doors open at 7-Ferlormarince to commence at a J of 8.
Boxes 75 cents. Pit 37J. Gallery 25.

W M. NIBLO respectfully announces that this es-
tablishment has opened for the season.
-THIS EVENING, July 2, the entertainment will com-
mence wth the Petite Piece called STATE SECRETS-
Master Hugh Mr Neville, Stewart; Ca verton Hal, Bish.
op; Humphrey Hedgehog, McCann; Gregory Thimble-
well, Burton; Maud Thimblewell. Miss Ayres.
Hall an hour intermission for refreshment, which will
be served up in the Promenade Saloon, when the Grand
Military Band will perform a variety of overtures, march-
es, &c, on the terrace.
The entertainments :to conclude with the Petite Piece
entitled THE MAN MILLINER ; or Love and Pastry.
Doffodil Twod, a Man Milliner out of place, Mr Burtun,
vith a comic song called Charactenistice;," Barnaby
Bounce, Btigadier in the Borough Buffs,McCann; Jam,
Journeyman Cook and Confectioner, Baldock; Miss Sa.
charissa'Trigyli, an unoccupied Actress, Miss Monier; the
widow Wiggins, a Pastry rcok, inclined to connubialitv,
Mrs Conway; Jemima, her shop woman, sec etly married
Jam, Mrs Baldock.
The entertainments will be given every evening in the
week, (Sundays excepted.)
23' No postponement on account of unfavorable wea-
ther !
ADoors open at 7, o'clock-the Concert to commence at
8 o'clock.
Omnibuses will run to and from the City Hotel to the
Garden, during the evening. je4
-. Collection of Indian Poitraits-Views of Indian
Villages--Indian Dances-Ball Plays-RBeligious C.re.
monies-Buffalo Hunts--Indian Curiosities- Costumes-
Weapons-Pipes-Scalps. &c. &c. is now spread upon
the walls of the large Saloon in the Stuyvesant Institute,
where it will remain for a very short time.
Open from 9 in the morning until 10 in the night. Ad.
mission 25 cents, j0io Im
F Painted by T SULLY, of Philadelphia. -
SULLY respectfully announces to the public, that
he intends exhibiting lor a short period at 155 Broadway,
commencing on Monday, the 10th instant, the Portrait of
Queen Victoria, painted by himself from thie original study
Executed during his recent visit to England, which study is
also attached to the exhibition.
Open daily from 10 A M until 6 P M, and in the evening
from 8 until 10 o'clock.
Admittance 25 cents. Season tickets 50 centi.
je8 dtf
PUNHESE Panoramas are now open for exhioltion at the
L New Rotunda, corner Prince v.nd Mercer streets,
Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
painting, of the largest class covering a surface of ten
thousand square flet, painted from drawings taken, by Mr.
Catherwood in 1834.
ed likewise Irom Mr. Catherwood's drawiaes, is superior,
asla work of art, to any Panorama before exhibited.
The Panoramas are brilliantly illuminated every even.
ing by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explanations of
the pictures given in the forenoon, afternoon, and at halt
past 8 in the evening.
Open from 9 in the morning, till 10 o'clock in the ev',n-
ing. Admittance 25 cents to each Panorama. Books of
description 121 cents, apl tf
NFANTRY rACTICS-A lew setts on hand, and for
sale by T. & C. WOOD, Stationers,
ie23 2w 18 Wall st.
S published, in folio form, containing much interesting
matter, the latest news from England, Literary Noticee,
&c. &c. &c., price 6 cents, by
SYLVESTER & CO. 156 Broadway,
je27 below Mablen Lane.
1ANUFACTUREtt'S BANK of Beileville Notes
IX wanted at S.J. SYLVESTER'S,
je27 L10 Broadway and 22 Wall st.
on favorable terms, at S. J. SYLVESTER'S, '
je27 130 Broadway and 22 Wall t.
of Saint Timothy, situated in Sixth street, between the
2d and 3d Avenues, covering two lots. The Church is
spacious.and new, having been completed during the last
summer, and duly dedicated by the Rt. Rev. the Bishop
ot this Diocese. The premises to be sold in fee simple.
For title and terms, apply" to
IJOHN M. PLATT, Counsellor,
je26 Iwis.&tt 1 Nassau street, New York.
from London, Theoflolites, from London, Paris and
Germany; Telescopes of FFrunhope's, Rossins, Trough.
ton & Simms, and Plopel'a make j together with a large
assortment oif Nautical Instruments, Mathematical and
Astronomical Books ; forsale by
E. & G W. BLUNT, 179 Water street,
jel7 cor. of Burling sllp.
J US]' PUBI lSHED-Proceedings (1 the Session of
Broadway Tabernacle against Lewis Tappan, with
the acti in of the Presbytery and General Assembly, in.
eluding the Resolutions of the General Assembly reversing
the decision of the Session and Presbytery, pp 64. For
sale by S. W. BENEDICT, No 143 Nassau street
jXl 3t
s COTCH PIG IRON-15 tons No I Clyde, for sale by
S je21 CHAS. H. MARSHALL. 64 South st.
arid Spanish Dollars ; Bank of England notes; inte-
rior banks in England, Ireland and Scotland notes wanted
by S. J. SYLVESTER, 131 Biodaway,
je23 and 22 Wall st.
i .OLLEu'IluNS mia-de on all parts ot the United
States, at S. J. SYLVESTER' ,
je28 130 Broadway, and 22 Wall st.
.UGARS-650 boxes Brown Havana Sugars, forsale
je28 134 Front st.
AFFLOWEK-a0 bales superior g i. 1 afllower, lor
i sale by
je28 nm DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st.
UR''O-. ALE-In casak of 7 dzan quarts, tor sale
by je27 GR CIil f&CO 209Broad et.

EMP- Russia OLtshot, for saleby
. je20 GOODHUE & CO, 64 South st.

SUNNY BAGS-2000 Gunny Bags, for sale by
je28 55 South st.
C ORN-900 bushels S muthern Corn, for sale by
U je28 HOWLAND &A. ASPINWALL, 55 South at
SUNNY BAtGS-A geiieral assortment of large, me.
l dium and smal :size Gunnies, for sale on lavora-
bla terms, in lots, to suit purcnasers, by
je2S8tf DAVIS, ,ROOKS & CO. 21 Broad sat,

M IDES-Iuo0 hunlg aried Hides, tor sale by
EU je28 HOWLA-N D & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.

EWING SILK-S0 cases supe iur E. I. Sewing Silks,
assorted colors, for sale by
je2S tf DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.,21 Broad st.
G OLD AND SILVER-Foreign Gold and Silver, of
all kinds, purchased at the highest rates, by
SYLVESTER & C). 156 Broadway,
jelO below Maiden Lane.
INEGAR-French Wnite Wine Vineger, titled to
debenture, for sale by
j927 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
U. CLOTHS, &c-.S & L HOLMES, No 44 Maiden
Lane, have received an extensive assortment of Linens,
from low qualities o&stouL undressel to extra fine, [or col.
lars and bosoms; Linen Sheetings,from 1I to 3 yards of the
different kinds and qualities ; all sizes Damask Table
Cloths; Napkins, &c; irds Eye and Russia L'apers; Si.
lecia and Huckabuck Towelling, &c, for sale low, by the
piece or at retail
On hand-Quilts, Blankets' Flannels, &c. je7
S Ladies.-The subscriber owing to the termination orl
his present business engagements -id the expiration of
his limited partnership on the firstof September next, offers
at very low prices his present well selected and seasonable
stock ofFreimch aocy Dry Jocuds ; among which will be
found ai enti. easso ment of all the newest descriptions
of Silk Goods, Shawls,Emrolideries, Mousbeline deLaines
Laces, Spring Calicoes and Muslins, &c.

EEHAWKEN. N. J., two miles from the Hobo
ken Ferries.-ThIs new and splendid establishment is now
opened for toe reception of boarders and visitors. A Car.
riage will run between thelenriy and the hotel every half
hourduring the day. commencing at half past 7 o'clock,
AM. je13 2m H. H. DYER, Proprietor.
G nBRANCH,-onithe Atlantic Ocean -Thesub.
scriber respectfully announces to '-.e public, that the above
establishment is now open for the reception of company,
ad will continue countil the end of September. Ur.e.
emitted attent on will be exerted co render the Branch de-
eirable residence during the season. A share ofthe public
patronage is most respectfully solicited
ANN RjNeal2 w, Widow of the late
jel2 2aw6w- William Renshaw.

The Cars orf the Hudson and Berksire RalreRioad Comn.
Pany, will leafe (until after the let of September next)
the Depot at Hudson, at8 o'clock, A M, and at4 o'clock
P. M.z
Passengers will be taken from the Steamboat Landing,
and delivered b) the Railroad, within about 7 miles of
New Lebanon, where Post Coach-a will be in readiness
totake tem to the Springs, where they will arrive in about
3 hours from Hudson.
On the return, Carriages will leave the Springs for the
Railroad twice a day, immediately after breakfast and
dinner, and arrive at Hudson, about half past 10, A M,
and half past 5, P M.
Passengers from Saratoga, Albany and Troy, will find
this the easiest and pleasantest route to New Lebanon,
Pitt. field, Stockbridge and Lee, and may come down in
the Morning Boats, and take the afternoon Train, or in the
Evening Boatsand enjoy good night's rest,^mnd o out in
the Morning Train.
The public houses in Hudson are now equal, if not
superior, to any in the State.
Fare frcm Hudson to West Stockbridge, $1 ;to Old
Stockbridge, $1 25; to Lee, $1 50; to the Springs, $1 62;
to Pittsfield, $1 75.
"- After the let of September, the Cars will leave at 8
o'clock, A. M. and at 3 ,'clock, P. M.
Hudson, June 18, 1839. je272mis

(2016 tons, aind 500 horse power,)
Lieut. RICHARD BOBERTS, R. N, Commander.
9E This ship will
sail front New York for
London, the remainder of
the year, on the let Au.
gust, let October, and est
December; and from
London and Portsmouth,
for New York, on 1st
Septem! ad let Novemn er
She will take 600 Tons n easurement goods ; the freight
of which will be 51. per Ton of4# Cubic feet, for'light, val.
uable coods, others in propoirtion. No goods will be re.
ceived on board the ship without irot engaging for the
freight and receiving an order from the Agents.
Passage In the Main Saloon, 35 euineas, or $163 83.
Lower State Rooms, 0SO guineas, or $140. Stewards fees,
$6 66.
Passaee in the Fore saloon, h20 guineas,, or $93 33.-
Steward's fees, $2 33.
For freight or passage, aOply to
4 Jones' lane, rear of 103 Front street,
Agents of Br. & Am. Steam Nay. Co.
*** Should the 1st of the month be Sunday, the ship
will sail on the Monday following je2t
1340 tons burthen.
Lieut. James Hosken, R. .., Commander.

Is appointed to Pall du.

ring the year as fol.

Fro Bristol. From New York.
July 6, August 1,
August 24, September 21,
October 19, November 16.
Fares to Bristol, including wines, &c, in main saloon
and cuddy state rooms, thirty five guineas, ($163 33 ) In
fore and lower saloons, thirty guineas, ($140.) Stewards
fees L1 10, ($6,66 ) Children under thirteen, and ser-
vants, half price. No second class or -teerage passengers
An experienced Sureeon is attached to the ship.
For frei.sr; or passage, apply to
je22 eodlm RIOH'D IRVIN, 98 Front st.
SALBANY-From the foot of Bar-
clay street.
The CHAMPLAIN, Wednesday morning, at71o'clock.
The ALBANY, Thursday morning, at 7 o'clock.
a*.., 'From the footof Courtlandt stree..
The DR WITT CLINTON, this afternoon .t 6
The SWALLOW, tomorrow, afternoon, at a o'clock.
NOTICE.-All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, ape
cie, or any other kind of property, taken, shipped, or put
on board the boats of this line, must be at'the risLk of tie
owners ofesuch goods, freight, baggage, &c. jy2

1., 31S~ kSA.VZ-S-Puckol or the 8th of July.-
..j= The packet ship IOWA, Captain W. W. Pell,
.i will sail on the regular day, as above.
For freight or passage, her splendid cabin accommola.
tons being now complete, apply to the captain onboard,
foot Rector street or to
jyl 22 Broad street.
v tor FOR LIVERPOOL--Packet of 13th July.-
The packet shi WESTCHESTE"1. W. Ferris,
master, will sail as above, her regular day. For
right or passage, apply on board, at foot of Maiden lane;
orto ROBERT KERMIT. 74 South st. jyl

a FOR LIVERPOOL-The first class, coppered
and copper fastened ship CALEDONIA, Captain
Am Coffin, having part of her cargo engaged and
goine on board, will be despatched for the above port with
out delay.
For freight or passage, apply to the captain on board, at
foot of Maiden lane, or to
je28 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.
m Islands not to the leeward of Porto Riuo.-The
,MW British Government yacht ARROW will return to
Barbadoes in about ten days, and will land passengers as
above, ifa sufficient number offers For particulars ap.
je28 1 w 55 South at.
voyage out to Jamaica, of luOO barrels burthen.
ppl o GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.
". WANTED T'O CHAKTER-T-hre British
vessels, from 300 to 600 tons burthen, to proceed
to an eastern port, and load with timber and deals
for England. Apply to
je26 REYBURN & VANDERVOORT,10 Old slip.
FOR HIO DE JANEIRO-TTne flst class
coppered ship VISTULA, Pendleton, master,
$r will be despatched in a few days.
or freight or passage apply to the master on board,
pier 1 IER, orto
GOODHUE & CO. 64 South eteet.
P S-Advances will be made on consignments b this
vessel, if required. jeSS
AM Pr FOR LIVERPOOL-L[New Line.]-Paclt of
U 25th July.-The packet ship ROSCIUS, Capt.
p J Collins, of 1100 tons burthen, will sail as above.
For lrelignt or passage, L aviig accommodations unequal.
led for splendor and comfort, apply on board at Orleans
wharf, foot of Wall street, or to
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st f
The packet ship SIDDONS, Capt. A. S. Palmer, will
succeed the Roscius, and sail%25h August. je25
- FOR LONDON.-A Brit'sh vesel bouna for
London, can have some heavy freight on applica-
je e2 131 Front st.
10th July.-The packet ship SAMSON, Rus-
sell SLurgis, master, will sail as above, her
regular day. For freight or passage, apply to the captain
on board the ship, at foot of Maiden lane, or to
GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO 134 Front st.
The rate ol passage by the London Packets is reduced
to $100, e24
Cr A fast sailing A I coppered and copper lastened
,s-bShip of 500 tons burthen, will be despatched for
the above poit in the course of 30 days. For freight or
passage, apply to
jel3 DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. 21 Broad st.
o FOR LIVERPOOL-Packet of the 7th July.-
The packet ship SBAKSPEARE, Alex. Button,
will sail as above her regular day.
For freight or passage, apply og board foot of Maiden
lane,or to
jel3 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. 184 Front st,l
AM rL The first rate conrired and conrir fatnned

I VIDE, New York, June 26, 1839.
IYlDENP--The if rectors of this Company have
this-day declared a semi atnnuial dividend of five per cent.
and also an extra dividend of three per cent, payable on
and after the 1st July next, until which date the transfer
books will be closed. By order, -
jes7 im JAMES WILKIE, Secretary.
r '40 CAPITALISTS.-Wanted from ,3 to $6000 on
A Bond and Mortgage oo property worth double the
amount in the heart of one of thie largest neighboring
cities. Address box 1344 upper post office. ihl8 istf
S ANTED, a Cook; one having good recommenda-
tions can have a place in a small family. Apply
at No. 31 Tenth street, between kth and 6th avenues.
.je24 tf
W ANTED, to go a short distance into the country,
a LAUNDRESS, who understands her business.
Apply at No 5 Waerley Place. my22 tf
June 3, 183.
T HE Board of Managers of this Company- have de.
cleared a dividend of three and a half per cent. on, the Ca.
pial Stock, which will be paid so the stockholders on and
after the 20th inst.
The Transfer Book will be "ed from the 3d to the 10th
Inst. By order of the Board,,-
Je3 Im J. H. WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
T HE President and Directors of the OEAN INSUR.
ANCE COMPANY have this day decla#"da Divi.
dend of six per cent. ort their capital stock for the. last six
months, payable op and a'teor Monday next, tteSth Inst.
New York, July 1, 1830.
jyl 2w JAS. S. SCHERMERHORN' Secretary.

of New York, e1st July, 1839-The Board of Direc.
torn have declared a semiannual Dividend of twelve and
a half per cent. on the capital stock, payableto the Stock.
holders or their legal representatives, on and after the 9th
instant. By order,
jyl 3wis JACOB R. PENTZ, Sec'y.
AHE President and Directors of the Manhattan Com-
pany have this day declared a dividend of Five per cent.
for the last six months, which will be paid to the Stock.
holders on and after the 10th In-t.
iyl lOtis ROBERT WHITE, Cashier, M. C.
ET" June 24, 1839.
T HE President and- Directors of the Commercial
Bank have this day declared a Dividend of four per cent.
on the Capital Stock, out of the profits of the last six
months,payable on and after the 5th July ensuing.
The Transfer Book will be closeftfrow this date till 5th
July. By order of the Boaid,
je26 mI I R. W. REDFIELD, Cashier.
.IVIDEND.--k Dividend of four per cent. on 'the
Capital, has this day been declared, which will be pay-
able to the Stockholders on and after the lrst day of July
The Transfer Book will be closed from the 24th ot June
till 1st July.
By order of the Board,
'je 24 lm ALFRED COLLVILL, Cashier.

Office No 57 Wall street.

T ,. ... P June 4, 1839.
HE Board of Directors have this day declared a Di-
vidend of Eight per cent. on the new capital, payable on
and afier the I6th instant. Transfer Book will be closed
on the 10tk.
je5 lm3tis R. W. MARTIN, Secretary.
A PANY, No. 44 Wall street, make Marine and Fire
Insurance, at the same rates as the other Insurance Offices
of this city, and the entire problts are shared by the in.
Zebedee Cook, Junr Moses Taylorl
Gulian C Verplanck Charles Sagorv
Robert B Minturn William H Aspinwall
Pelatiah Perit :Caleb bartlett
George T Ellictt JohnHarper
Rufus L Lord Adam Norrie
David Hadden, Mortimer Livingston'
Sidnr.ey Brooks Nathaniel Weed
Berman Oelrichs Archiba'd Gracide,
Alfred Pell E A fS tzraves
'Henry W Hicks John Duer
Samuel F Dorr Joseph Blunt.
ZEBEDEE COOK, Jr., President.
ALFRED PELL, VicePresident
JOS' B.'COLLINS, Secretary. rmy25 Istf
SANOE COMPA NY of the City of New York, No. 44
William street, onb door south of Wall New York, 4th
June, i839.
DIVIDEND.-TIhe Directors have this day declared a
semi-annual dividend of six per cent. upon the renewed
ca-pital stock of this institution, out of'the profits thereon,
payable on and after Wednesday, the 12th instant, to the
Stockholders of the lt instant, or their legal representa-
The Transfer Book will be closed from this date tothe
11 th in tant inclusive.
je5 Im GOLD S. SILLIMAN, Secretsary.
X EMBANKMENT-Proposals will be received on the
I lth proximo, at the Engigeei's office in Reading, for the
remainder of the roadway formation, (with the exception
of a few light sections) yet to be contracted for, between
Reading andl Pouttsvillo. Plans and profiles of the sec.
-tions to be let, will be exhibited alter the 6th July at R ead.
inm, and any further information which may be desired
will be fmunished on application to the assistant engineers
on the line, or to the undersig#ed at Reading.
WIRT ROBINSON, Acting Engineer.
Reading, Pa. June 17th 17tb, 1839. j15 dtjvlO
POOL..-Consignees are requested to seonutheir per
mites on board, at pier 14, East River, without delay. All
goods not permittted in five days will be sent to the public
store. ROBERT KERMIT, 74 South st. ie29
0 kilO CANAL LOAN.-The Cemmissionere of the
Ohio Canal Fund, by virtue or authority vested in
them, will receive sealed proposals until three o'clock P
in. on Tuesday, the 2d day of July nex., for a loan of one
million of dollars, to be paid as follows, (to wit) twenty
per cent. at the time the proposals shall be accepted, and
the remainder in monthly Instalments of twenty per cent.
each, beginning on the aIrst day of August next, interest to
commence from the date of each payment.
The proposals may be for the Whole of said loan, or for
any part thereof, not less than ten thousand dollars.-
Transferable Cerlficat s of Stock will be issued, bearing
an interest at the rate of six per cent. per annum, payable
semi.annually in the city of New York, on the first days
of January and July, after the last instalment shall have
been paid, at which place the books for the transfer o
stock shall be kept-the principals of the loan to be ieim.
bursable at the pleasure of the State, after the 31st day of
December, 1866.
The Commissioners claim the privilege to take a lees
sum than one million of dollars, if in their opinion the
terms proposed shall not be advantageous to the State.-
Proposals addressed to the Commissioners at the Manhat-
tan Bank in this city, will be received with attention.1
New York, June 18th, 1830.
jel9 tJy2d Commissimers of the Ohio Canal Fund.
will be received by the subscriber until the tenth day
of July next, at the Office of the New York and Etie
Railroad Company, in Gomhen, Orange County, New
York, for the graduation and masonry of eleven miles
of their Railroad, in the County of Rockland, extend-
ing from tha portion ofthe line which is now under contract
to the west line of the County; and likewise for the gra-
duation anu masonry of between twenty and thirty miles
in the County of Orange, extending westwardly from the
line of Rockland County.
The line passes through the Ramapo Valley, by Rama.
po works Sloatsburg and Monroe orks, and through
Monroe, Chester and Goshen, to Sauth Middleton.
Plans, profiles, &c. will be ready for examination after
the first of July next, at the offices in Tappan and Go.
shen, for the portions of the line in the respective Coun.
Security will be required for the performance of Con.
tracts. Persons who are unknown to the Subscriber, or
to the Engineers, will be expected to furnish satisfactory
testimonials. No transfer of Contracts will be recognized.
Individuals proposing for more work than they wish to
contract for, must specify the quantity they wish to take.
The undersigned reserves the right of rejecting all
propositions which appear incompatible with the interests
of the Company.
For further particulars apply to H. C. Seymour, resi-
dent Engineer, Tappan, Rockland County, N. Y., and A.
C. Morton, resident Engineer, Goshen, Orange County,
Nje4 tl0jy| Commissioner for Orange and Rockland Co.
*FRENCH MUSTARD assorted; Anchovy Pasts, and
SPotted Herring, for sale by
R. H. ATWELL, 381 Broadway,
je29 coi nor of White street.
i^NGLISH BAR IRON-200 tons Englisi Bar Iron.
fiat and round.
Flat, assorted from 1* x f to 2 x i
Round do do, f inch x 2| inch, now landing and
for sale by DAVIS, BROOKS & CO.
jeS8 lOt 21 Broad Bsj
PONGEE HDKFS-20 cases printed, madder colors,
and handsome patterns, for sale by
je21 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.
BOTTLES-Wine mnJ Porter Bott.es,.1 groce each,
landing, for-sale by
je6 GRACIE CO. 20 Broad st
F iOBACCO--24 cases VIrginia manufactured, for sale
je26 10 Old slip.
BUURTON ALE-A lew casks, extra fine, for sale by
jel4 10 Old slip.
.Tt^TTV 1tiT MA fl'T'D tTTK.? T- ---...i.-.1 -.- -"

Jo P. WRIV.T,,
(Oftce of the "New-York American,") ,
No. 18 NCw STREBTr, N.Y.
SAll Orders executed wit ,watness and puactuality, and
on moderate terms. ..
Chancery Bills and othrLaw worn carefulIly printed
No. 337 Broad ay, New York.
April 29 tf
S. & L. HOLM E'S,
No. 44 Malden Lane,
Dealers In Linens. Sheetings, Damasks, Towelings, &c.,
Blankets, Quilts, Flannels, &c.
With a large assortment of Dry Gods.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Silk Goods,
Laces, Embroideries, Shawls, Rich Musjlin, &c. ," ,
No. 231 Broadway,
(Adjoning the American Hotel,)g
Where will be found the newest and Imost fashionable
Goods in his branch of business n.y 29 Is
A. BARMORE & CO. 522 Greenwich street.
Has on hand a large supply of this superior article, and
wil supply
in any quandties, and at the shortest notice.
N. B.-All orders for the above Ice, will be received at
T DOWNING'S, 5 Broad street, where the articllcan be
seen. my6 6m
ARD.-MRS ED~WARDS (formerly Miss M.
Oram) Informis he, friends and the public generally, that
she has opened a*Boarding and Day School, at No. I Al-
bany street, corner of Green ich street, and is now ready
to receive pupils.
The course of instruction will include all the branches
of the French and English languages necessary for a fe.
male education, and for which, the best masters will be
References--Mrs. J. Waddington, Mrs. Dr. Van Rens-
selaer. Rev. Dr. Milnor, Rev. Dr. Wainwright, Rev. Dr.
Terms made known on application to the school.
myl5 2m is itos.

South Ferry, Brooklyn.--M-SS WELLS begs to inform
the public, that she is prepared to receive six young ladies
as boarders. As her number is limited to six, they would
be treat" d in every respect as members of a private family.
The situation is delightful- perfectly healthy, and within
fifteen minutes' walk of the Souih Ferry. The Irst mas-
ters are employed for French, Music, &c. French Is the
language of the family. Miss Wells has permission to re.
fer to Anson Blake, Esq -Brooklya; Rev. Mr. Goddard,
Brooklyn; Dr. Borrow, New York; Madame Binsee, New
Terms $800 per annum, payable quarterly, in advance.
je2' 6tis*
00GMS--fu rnished or tun'urnished, can be obtained at
U 119 Cedar streetewest of Broadway-with breakfast
and tea, if desired. Terms moderate. Apply as aboye.
- HOUSE TO LET in the 3d -Avenue, between
19th and 20th streets. To a respectable family it
will be rented low. Apply to
my23 SYLVES'rER & CO. 156 Broadway.
STO LET -An office In the.upper part of store
No 20 Broad street.
Inquire on the premises.
I1 jel3

The subscriber intending to go abroad, offers
for sale, his residence near the Beach with the
grounds around the Mansion House and out offi
ices, n all from 4 to 6 ecres, and more if required.
The:grourJs are highly improved with shrubberies, and
the laws is scattered with trees of a proper growth to
render tre whole, beautifully ornamental.
The house has rooms sufficient to aco'amodate 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 grounds,the whole having been under theexclusive
di-rection of a first rate English gardener. For part.
culars apply to J. M. Bixby, Esq, Attorney atlLaw.
New Yo:k, or to the proprietor.
1 FOR SALE-That valuable property on the
corner cf Pierrepont and Hicks street, Brooklyn,
late the residence of Samuel Boyd, Esq., de.-
ceased. .
The ground is 76 feet in width, front aid rear, (bounded
b a street on the rear of 20 feet,) by 140 feet in depth -
he house Is 50 feet square, with pantries, bathing reom
and water ciosets attached on the rear, and is finished
with plate glass, and plated furniture trimminngs, furnace,-
speaking tjbes, Berlin grates, and other modern improve.
ments, being equal to any of the recently built houses of
its sise in New York, and is in complete order-with a
large brick stable and coach house on the rear of the lots.
Terms made favorable and possession immediately.
Inquire of Dr. BOYD, corner of Remsen and Henry
streets, Brooklyn, or of JNO. H. CORNELL, Esq.,
Cashier of the Mechanic's Banking Association, New
York. jo27tf

SFOR SALE-A Farm on Jamaica Bay, 10i or
S 11 miles from the city, containing 160 or 170 acres.
IS8I-I There are three good houses on the premises ; is
J well fenced, and in the highest state of cultiva-
tion, as the crops will show. The dwelling house is large
and convenient, with green house, kitchens, &c attached.
There are extensive ranges of stables hay houses, cattle
sheds, &c., with three wells of good water. There Is a
threshing mill, with a grinding mill, and straw cutters,
ac. In short, r is compl-_ely furnished with every thine
necessary, either for an & amateur or practical farmer. As
it is not probable that any body will purchase an estab.
lishment of this sort without seeing it, it is unnecessary to
describe it more accurately. It is within one mile and a
half of the depot of the Jamaica Railroad. It Is an un.
commonly healthy spot, and will be sold cheap, as Ihave
no further use for it. This property is well worth the at.
tention of any gentleman who wishes to secure a healthy
summer residence for his family; and, if he has a taste
for farming, it will insure him a profitable return for the
time he devotes to it. Possssioon may be had immediate-
ly. The crops on the ground and the furniture of the
house wi.l be included in the sale.
Any further information will be given by applying at the
farm, or at Capes' shipyard, near Williamsburg Ferry.
ie28 im
S'1O LET, FOR THE SEASON, or by the
year, a Dwelling House, Stable, and pasture for
a horse and cow, situate on the east bank of the
Hudson river, at Fishkill Landing, opposite
Newburgh. The house rasjust been put In repair-has 4
rooms and pantry on first floor, k then in basement, 2
rooms in attic, and piazza on two sides; well shaded by
trees and near to the river. A steamboat stops daily to and
from New York, for passengers only, at the terry wharf
close by. Possession may be had immediately. Inquire
of Mr P. C. DE WINT, near the above-premises.
je29 1w
-That valuable LOT OF LAND, situated ugon
Pelham and Bellevue streets, in the tow n of Newport, R.
I., belonging to the estate of the late Col George Gibbs.
The above lot contains about two acres of ground, occupy-
ing the highest part of the town, arid commanding a view
ot the Bay and the Ocean. It is divided from th. Stone
Mill Lot of Gov Gibb, with which it corresponds, by Pel.
ham street, arid is in every respect one of the most eligible
sites for cottages, or a large Hotel, in that town, being
near the Churches, the Reawood Library, and the Beach,
and being capable of division into several lots of 50 feet
by 200.
If not previously disposed of at private sale, it will be
offered at auctiea in lots of the above size, on the 20th of,
July next. Title indisputable For ter'mnis apply to WM.
C. GIBBS, Esq, Newport, R I, or to GEORGE GIBBS,
14 Wall street, New York. je'2 2aw3w2tis
for sale in broken lump or nut sizes, by the carbo
as low as can be purchased in Philadelphia, and delivete
n Philadelphia. New Ycrk, or elsewhere, by
LAIN3 & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington,
11 and corner of East Broadway and Governeur
VTIRGINIA COAL AFLOAT-Now landing fromaschr
Elizabeth, a cargo of Virginia Coal, of first rate
quality for smiths' use. For sale in lots to suit purcha-
sers, by LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washington st,
and corner of East Broadway and Gouverneur street.
now landing fr m 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 street or to
260 Washington st, and cor of East Broadway and
my30 Gouveneur at.
S discharging from brig Sat'sfaction, riddled Newcastle
Coal@, of first rate quality for smith and manufacturers,
for sale in lots to suit purchasers, .


je24 N. W. BADEAU, Agent.
A REMEDY highly approved for its remedial effects
in Dyspepsia, in acid, bilious, and all morbid secretions
of the stomach-in bilious diseases of warm climates,
andas an alterative in chronic and glandular diseases.
The testimony of numerous Physicians to the remedial
effects produced by this Medicine, and the detailed cases
of cures which are constantly being received by the pro-
prietor. ciaimfor it superior consideration, and public ap-
probation, from long and extensive use, endorsed by that
of the medical profession, entitles it to the tu l confidence
of the public.
From the various attempts which are made by pr tend
ers to medical science and nostrum vendors, to profit by
the demand for the genuine Tomato Medicine, in thei
anomalous preparations claiming to b'e Tomato ; ane in
their specious inventions to ingraft them into the reputation
acquired by the remeolal effects of these Pills; it is ne.
cessary for those who wish the genuine Compound To.
mato Pills, possessing the medical properties of the To-
mato Plant, and other established remedies, to be particu.
lar and inquire for Dr Phelps' and observe that each
package and box bears the signature of the proprietor, G
R PHELPS, M D, Hartford. Conn.
1"r Asihis is the original and only Medicine ever pre.
pared in the United States, embracing the remedial tra.
parties of the Tomato Plant; and the only Tomato Medi.
cine pf any kind, ever announced by a regularly educated
Physician, there is more necessity to Dne particular upon
this point than is generalljlupposed
Merchants and traders in sending for these Pills, should
be very particular to specify the kind wanted, as some
Druggists have takb en the responsibility to send another
article when mine had been ordered.
Applicants for Agencies and orders for the Medicine,
directed to the proprietor, Hartford, Conn, will he attend.
ed to. The above Pills for sale by most of the Wholesale
and several of the retail Druggists in this city; and by most
of the Druggists and Merchants throughouV the country.
Price 37J cents.,
For numerous testimonials see pamphlets in the hands
of _all who sell the Medicine. je2 2awdk&lawcW &S
SUGAR-460 boxes brown Sugar, of superior quality,
Z9 for sale by
je27 GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO., 134 Front st.
L quarts and pints, bttled by Geo. Swayne and T
Bryant & Davies, for sale by
je26 REYBURN & VANDERVOORT, 10 Oldjslip.]
EMP -4b bales Manilla, of prime quality, for
sa le b y -
je26 8uw6w CARYT & CO. 90 Pine st.
lUM each, best London quality, for sale by'
je26 REYBURN & VANDERVOOT, 10 Old slip.
L ONDON MUSTARD-In whole, half, and quarter
JU boxes, for sale by
isa I RACTI &1f 00 26n Rrna at.



a(SaleaIBonom No.17 Brood treet.)-,
N Z. IU. & Co. have made arrangtmerb In addition
to their sie- of Real Estate, at public and private sale, to
attendto sales of HOUSEHOLD.FUITRNITURE, cargoes
of Mahogany, Grocerles, &c. &c.and-o t9a-saet a general
Aucuon and Commission business. -e
W. R. & Co. have ope,,e a HBEGISTER for the diepo.
sition of property at PRIVATE SALE. -
MONDAY, July 15,
SChancery Sale-At 12 o'clock at their sal- room, 17
Broad street, under the oirection oi Daniel Ullman, Fsq,
4 Iasterin Chartcery, all that certain lot, piece, or pa"cel of
ground, with the building thereon erecrevl, situate, lying
and being in .the present 15th Wad -of the City of New
\York, known as No. 41 Bond street. 'I ..
Al so-All that certain lot, piece or Parcel ofground with
the buiding thereon erected, situate. tying, and being in
the present th Ward of the City of W York, known as
No.,39 Bonah street. -
A'to-All that certain lot, plece, or Preel ofgiound with
the building thereon erected, siftuate, lying and being in
the .resent 1th Ward -of the City of New Yort,k#now#-
as No. 37 Bond street. 1 1 ... "
THURSDAY- August 1.
At 12 o'clock, at the Eagle l-ar, in the City of Buffalo,
.: ,N..Y ..
Chancery Sale-Under the direction of S Jones Mon.
faro, Master in Chancery-a piece or land, known as art
of inner lots Nos 85 and 85, I, she city eof Buffalo, Crl
county, NY.,.bourded NE by Court street (Caenoria
avenue), PE by Pearl street (North Cayuga street), NW
Sby lands wneod by Nathaniel Bennet, cqntalnlig one
hundred fnd seventeen thousandths oflan acre.
Store corner of Wall and Frontstr-
L. M. Hoffman k Co. will give their tention to Vgn
Iure Sales
At 11 o'clock, In front oi the auction store.
Prunes--10 cases Bort eaux rrunes, inf an older
At 11 o'clock in front of their auctloi room,
Teas-A quantity of damaged teas "'- ". .
LOST-About the 27th May, from the oot -of Pike street
ER, S logs of mahogany, of the followtng marks and
numbers -I
ARA lot 60, green paint, No of Iig 77, con'g 12 feet.
49, do .Q 3, 9ft i in.
49. &o, do 60, 7ttlOUin,.
Any information 'rei" ctle ngthe aimwil be tkAwkfully
rewarded by Messrs L M HOFFMAN & CO..
WALDEN PELL, AUtlioneer.-'
BY D. C. & W.e PEL. -
Store No.8 al lsttset;
At I 11 o'clock, tn front of the auction store.
IMalagaRaluins-l,7o00 whole, half and qr boe Butech,
ddcatel and Bloom Raisins, Infineorder. Also, Raisins
At of llto'clockl tinvfof the auction rooz,-
Champaign-178 cases champaign
Hams-300 prime Western hams -
Pot Wlne.40 eaaks Marsesiies port, at mornths
Madeira Wine-0 demljoh ns old W'I Madeira
Champaign--200 baskets, Ship and Steamboat brand
Hams-1600 smoked hams
Damaged English Iron-Fo account of underwriters,
or whom it may concern, 2 tons about 1 bars, Eng.
snh bar and bolt iron-termseas t1 r n
Ring Splnners-2S00 ring spinners, for account of whom
it may concern
Chaimpaiga Brandy-16 qr casket and Ind b is
Sails, Rigging, Spare &cc-Under wardens' Inspection,
for account of underwriters, the sails, rigging, chafis,
spars, &c, saved from schr Solomon Roosevelt. ,
Champaign-178 case champaign
At 1 o'clock, In front of thesr Store.
Claret--00 cases claret wino
o Store, 196 Broad, ay.
TUESDAY 27th Aagust, andfollowing days.
Thirtieth New crk Trade Sale-by appointo-.ent f the
Committee of next Trade sale will con.mence on tie above
day. It is believad that this will allow sufficient time for
the delivery of the goods to the purchasers In season for
the fall business.
Consignments are respectfully solicited. These usual
cash advances will be made on receipt of goods
The sale will be conducted under the same regulations
and on the same regulations .and on the same terms as
Invoices should be reserved by the 4th of July next, at
which time tne catologve will be put to press.
A large assortment of fine and superfine white and blue
letter papers at low prices.
Also, a Washington proof pies, in good order.
Also, a set of Stereotype plates, for a 12mo Biblei, entire.
ly new and complete.
Also, 44 reams fine medium printing paper; 64 do do
medium and half do.

-' _- 'w --* 0

S HE POUDtIETT% OMPANY are prepared to re
move the contents b k Owxsm or Pavim & in a a w ner
less offensive than the usi-..1 tide.,
Tubs with close covers are to be used, hichi are no
bmptied into carts, no rf1to the riera, but are carried ou
of th- city n large waggons.
Orders left at t(e office, 10 Nassau. street, (up stairs,
where satisfactory ramerences will be given) or in writing;
at the City Inspector's Office. No 2 City Hall, or at the
New Jersey Peat-Company's Ofilff. No 62 Eighth Avenue,
or t the yard< '. 30th street, corner of th Avenue, wii be
,promptly.atenaed.t :.': .- : :-"-
ty Terms, eight tcent. percuhlbc 1ao. o22, reodtA
A PLAINT.- FPor she cure of these diseases no medl.
clne can equal Dr Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort. Only
look at the immense multitude of certificates of cures we
have published-cures this medicine has made when no
other wasof any use. Remember this is no qsackery- en
the contrary it Is made by a regular physician who has
spent 2o years in asking a remedy fior that awful-disease,
Consumption. This medicine is Supported by the whole
medical faculty, to their eternel honor, be it said. "Ihey
throw aside prejudice and false practice, and own public.
ly that this medicine alone can stay this deadly disease and
death When such men as Dr Rogers, Cheesman, Wil.
son1 Anderson, Smith, Hoffman and many others who or-
nament their profession, and honor society-when such
men say, Dr Taylor's medicine is a certain remedy,'
who shallfsay no No one Let the sick hope then for
health; and use this valuable remedy, and they shall not
hope in vain This is truly the sick man's friend, and It
deserves to be the people's remedy, for it is used by the
medical faculty,supported by the clergy, recommefudedby
the whole Now York press, and Is in the houses of all. It
is sold by the subscriber, (and war anted genuine) at the
Bowery Medicine Store, 260 Bowery.

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3O.L iv ft ir1ii"cal -Boo 4 CK
W A I- W I I
Omi,, & -P mil l ... 1 ;b 6m .I I j ,6IIr.... ..
hips tv vl $ i. 'ti ILionte26thi and Liv rp lOf .v 7ipinitue 'lf te ey'r4Lnaf cet,-
u mt*etl rL li~_it_,2fa tV.su el s EO a as-- th t otrpacn m 0no th. tw een X e'w nYrik antdLiv- POo,,,havo -pra.ig d forthet
,kiate&.lttlk <' .d,i oootsmo 5 2 e vauxol, f-' s ,-", 5 ,w FP"IM NBW YORK. sailingflrom each porton the 1st, 7ti, 13th, 19th .and tath
"i Frnaa eS~stuae,'fi.va ijmsi Volmes.vt., t'j,; New'htpROSCIUS, Vapt. John Collins,25thJuly. ofevery month ;theships tosucceed eachotherInitheol-
,~ ~ ~~~0Wg Vo, $,5i Ifuaie 11WnSl w11^71.^ SB*^. ONS/C'p~tN, BPalmeir 2.5th August ,..^aww .....-
,d, i~l',.eel,._.s M i.t .'lav ,l -S N, ,(,pt.-Aug. F Oepeystenr,2 he Sept. r
iQ, X O 8hti17A R'ilC ;CEli'I et'.A.$VPatlmer, 25thOCt. 0 0" M-,40 P. t4 :0 0!5:
ba(*Waimoonpt-~Trltea'epWH,,-2 vat, --ot ,' 4 PROM LW ERPOOL.
Desnoynns-AvOtitturs de~eat raul Chopparti vol, Shp SHERIDAN, 13th July 0^5 P 5 0
Mine. Cottla-Elisbeth, I vol, 44cts; Mansfield, 0 yol, .New .....CU 1t ept. ~.3 z,|
N.W.R e s 'uS u- Ith-Iept
im, ,8. .... "vol $12Ship SUDZONS, (8th Oct. 't o 1 i M
eworth.... These ships re'of the first class, upwards of g or W,:I
F F or n .Fab ise I v el, 1 71 'et G ult0 u man, 1."
; No uve.. .le@, vol '87- cts; .n..i...O,- I ,7$t, o 1,1o-tons;builtinrthecityof?'aew York,with suchimprove-_?. jl sC. D gi0
cra; N )ilveiles, I vol7 ctsa. on Qichotte,8 vo, $, mente as combine great speed with unusual comfort for M C ,
I.t Eonzalve,,lvol,1, 1. .... assengers. Everycare has been taken in the arrIange-;0, Z=0 ;':' _t4....
Nqel=I..Eduee~iton dess Filles, SLi ots;, Telaii~lemqc, 6 3zP Id -
Fwelon-t-.Euo6on3lBS8r ors; "telema 6ue, 63 oent-f their accommodations. The price of passage 0 ( 2
ntlr R," r \ TO rR hsnce is $140, for' which ample stores, including ine, -..w .- J 3 -) J
hence s_$14, 5,
, ". do 1) ,t ,,gi,, will, be provided. These ships Wll be commanded 0 -. + "J
ta M rn le. .C l. 6 e.tae.". ^ H' L ? 3yth-o a-, byj xpeaiienced masters, who will make every exertiobn to '< -
gv eSet ,gotea sx:C toMe,l 2:vl,,?8oas., ,_e g,- e eneralsatisfaction. Neither the captains or owners .- S 5 -
Mme. GuitZJ-Les runfaia, 2 v., 1t,7a; L'Eoer,.3 --: ," ofthese ships will be accountable for any letters, parcels a S -
volt$Zo,0. ... ; j ooAa oIr package pent by them, unless regular bills of lading 0 "
a cltster. -- fact vrr ol,-tjcents;ContesI 7 .. aresi e therefore. .Forfreightt or passage, apply to ,, "-
Latwioe-Fabl, I ],1t cns ; Cont, t y l, 76 u X.K. COLLINS & CO. South st.New 'York, or to -
Vote. I-Vol. ".WM. &JAS. BROWN & CO., Liverpool.
Levt--EqiulwlH rntlpe # 27.. ........ e Letters by.the packets will becharged 12j cents per sin.
; M ~monte ".t ora~ul. vol ; g~a; se,1 gleosheet;, 0Cents p ounce, and newspapers 1Icent each.
vol,63 bti; Les Incai, Ivol,0 t 25; Morale esa ActIon, n m y ,, -.
l~oM~m&^ .^0 2 z ^ __ ?
indure~l)a5 Vch.oirl 1e cFOR NEW ORLEANS. '
CIO, sUja o raflIW vd Soto e -e n-- e --
Mpie yola grt sod l ,ast u Ls t a L b Valcle'd' -. IJ &- o w -. U' M '*- c"' '
0 1". uw-,F "

d i* 0^v*1 *2. l-i ( a t4
M^e. Waidor-AMugs, ou leCotx a'rn Etat. 1 vol, &'LoUisiana and New York Line of Packets. a Y L- "n = o P a c ...
ct. .. i l tf (Tosall every Saturday:) en- toe ta.- -. --, -
OW -- p ub.i.h n, ad. b ready early inJuly, The _S- MISS SSIPW Beebe, master, to sail 9th March. CA to w 01 0 0w ` -- o. 4- 01, W I.
A Sochool Library, undr 't r4ancitior of the Masa. rLOUISVILLE,Alln A ln6th --
chusette Board of dru tt, o C0le_'1qwforiginal' and -" ,PARATOGA, Hathaway,'" 23d ,,:,%
selectedwors, 0 0 RRY."HU NT SVILLEEldidge, "30th
w r*attti to...t- ..... a .. =
The Library wiUl qw ,tWio series of fify vo,9 aes New ship W,60h"Aph. a -. -n C W --. en n -.
eah h;theone tobe lid es be in g pro w 2 0 to Ne.w. ,, h CO W --"- t
p .ag.o w .er*d sI u thi e y e qon o Nw O hi 20th e -

'P &ami^ : SS>Ieqo.% tt
talu ftof"l "- e .....Znevbr Juvqiie YAZOOTrask, 27th 0D
Series, is tended' for-tt ttqin on2year .sof H A ee, rll, 4th May.s -
wan d *tf, ptei- tenla1*fo l oid woriks rll elftbatago, o lnd ,The above ships are all ofrtre first class coppered and =- in- -.,-. eon
upwards-in otrhi sa 10 iia, 4 OacIO ra~&d teir copper fastened, of alightdraftofwater, andbuiltlnthis u C-%-,AWco4'34-,`4 -
own 4iy "!, t ,.c ssl foriu outrthe trade, wit h elegant accommodations fo 0a ser.4 T h
,The L .raryI t6-led e t., i'-rt.40 0atg .h0,l forpassengers, and Commanded by able and experienced r- r
class, orstox boolt tendd-rtb.s -E---or-' p>uaa-- n "a -1tk' 6itUrehori;, Orleans is fixed at $80, anti from N'ew Orleaos to eew "Y' at eto35- u i ne
-o--e b tht, iinterwP toae wela.ionrkuct theman of York at $90, withoutsliquor,. They 'willat all times icuan b nebeuan
such 6haraiter thathetiewlll'ilrn tot 1w-th -leas re., 0 i ppanphd down te Mississippi by steamboats and the "r,
*hailA4a 4 '"bMoI1 -dkO;tinea i- t nAt- est plunctuaity observed n, their time of'-sailing,....--------"----- ....--- -------
r.... ;-, ,; ,- -stt'i~ Oi :It1 "~' -.' N elthertheownereor captains.-ofthese shipsewill ne re- -.. (- --
W a-V-. en C.0 W-1 enW W-4 en-
The pjin--illepbr.veyieat"' Onof Science 6nd eoipbofor jewelry, bullion, precious stones,wsivoror (0. CA(0.4 1(034'0 ( 34-1 01
LIterat.re, p"e-etencebetno gtvento works relating toloq, r-piesa ivre,-or for anylettere, parceel orpaq age setftby
own ountry,s andilllustrative of the history,iUstit.uti Ts, or rpuron boardofthemi, unless regular billsofladin arl ed, Wsth elegant accommodations for passengers. The
manners, custoin,<4bf'Oet own people. Belng in tak:p forte. etme1 andhe vaueereexPresse. price of passage fro w York to Liverpool, fixed
.ndqd. ..t .^ yhaw)* .a0.,'aOs k~dl'a secta.'ian good sentto thevubcrlber, will be forwardedfree ofcom- at o4 and from LI verpoolt at 3 inea
or ~s,,--,.i o .a ..rsn ion. or. "freightorasea p ytat $140, and frop Liverpool to New Yora at 35 guineas,

chr actr beduitA. -of.COLI,&Ct,6Soth including wines, stores and beading. Ne'ither hecap-
'4,poltic wil-b admtiad.E. K. COLLINS k CO.o56 South at.
lhra te polit4w ll rtains or owners will be responsible for any letters, par-
The works will be printed on paper and ith- type e x ,opd s ceived aftereFriday aveninw, mb9 cels or packages, unless regular bills of landing are
preosly manufaqt'l iigs:tan i-brary; will be boundI It NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILRO)AD. signed therefore.
clothed, withl batter nbacsq and oraers, .aivng allt tiles mii m:fm eIg:1 S B'o Agents for ships Oxford, North America, Europe, Co-
upon ihe backs, .n hrlte4tr dttallblty, cllthhinges lumbus, South America, England, Orpheus, and Cam.
inside of the covers. ,- .. .' ,:' brid e
The#Ijrger eriasa will befurnitahs.eto Schools, Acade. ", .-.m, GOODHUE & CO. or o. th ,,st N. York.
mieto., w. s eventYnfires~mtaetvolumn4,eaid threJuie. '. "8 M1'kflARRA~GEMNEN. C. H. MARSHALL, 4suni *or.
advitseiyedeclare to be heaper than May- ethIs .erie4 of Hall, Walkerst. mantiHarlem, at ,o'clk,7 Sl, 9 9 Agents for ships Westchester, Virginian, Sheffeld, and
works, atcan,,beprorn dlt0Bmeoorbroad, bearin In ', l, and 12 M, and 1 o'clock P M, and then every StGateO
nrnd theirJih tectu ch...ter, and th style of af u 8 _.k ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South st, New York.
heir meA-ii-an- cal exFctttiol. '* I .. City Hall and Fifteenth street Line. ROBERTT KER IT 7t eothS Liver Nool
Ah, ulihes Hil ake ,wsllaethee lt T.BARI.SNDS ROHER C O. Liverpool.
S"Bookcase, with a LoAk and Key, will be furnished The Crswitl leave the City Hall and Fifteenth tl Agents for ships Shakspeare, Ir.dependence, Roscoe
gratuitous, to allho wake the library. e peeryten mmutea, from 7 o'clock A M, till 8 o'clock, P; and Gee. Washington,
Ordersaftor toablyla aorke t Lreseirlla y soloiited by M_ .er GRINUrdELL,MINTURN & CO.,
the aientfeNewi iy-.- The following are the ranFitets of tre: T134 Front st, New York.
je8 .LOU B.MAN 14 lton st. Fiom City all. .. WILDES, PICKERGILL & O, Lverpool.
ABookc' ..i[h4!l ndcKay ,b .. .iseon otsnt et. CtiC Hl To forty secondatt. h2C cts.WLESPO C K L LN PCOE. Le
789't [iei U.O theon Yo rv, ,eyoAM, ti I Holemc, Agents for ships Roscus, Siddons, Sheridan. andoc
Ar-CroJon and lGdo Washingto
metacemenie euls to ti e "Fr Harlem. ".arrck

SB ..-.. S .WILeYt ,0.P t 1nZIter# -Fifteenth c,, ,lom I toy F all 2 IM &A. BOWN & CO. f Liverpool r w
....SI..l wV.l- aPL. Fre on undays between Ci rty coHall and Forty secTon d LIVERPOOL OLD LINE PACKETS.ier
'-1eo4rroaIWqy,' ,.,"' al *Pter1osrer Row, stryt fand inSerndediate, plaes, ship erl s on su.a
"""l" N -; .OV9,h n ', JY7r kvi l, TI gWHIoAM, en8upe inte idant.z<. i"
q1[ jab Oni..k -Uorn t'Johnna~nd GoTld-.ctr~e~ts hIEW-YGRK AND PHILADgLPHIx i AILROAD ) L ine of Pakt fo Lieroo wilhreate-b
A aiemnt--thiliog- 11dhaving1"91 f NewareBrunswickican

retoi on of the BoAr teele aAravec'to hinrtnale ninipas on, DFromare.E. "tne COLLINSrtsCO-5rSouthnatN erk.
.hthe ht]li *~~tlv~a-vecetablldkznent for er Via New,,t Princet=- .,on T.. renton. despatched in the following order, exceptingthat, when the
.ybl~~ ]l l, .-1~ au -.- ..a sailing day falls o undythsipwlealot -
liii h:.jet! ly Riw n 8.!ll h, .Ih14aeiworkmen~orith Thinrough in Six Htours. ceeding day, vt udatezhpwilsilo'hesc
first ttle8nn 'lhe dreKa d4lgps.taeis heii n Tr.ared Leave New-York, frpa the foot of Liberty street, daily. From N. York. From Liverpool.
to execute oLders with neatness anId depte r .' s--h at _.u r I July 19' Sept. 7
iswvariety a~n st.Jdt to__lRonfeior itonons.oin thle ,llsi beianil aF r Nov.19LTheORPHEUS-OSO7tons-D.G.BaileyJan. 7
country In oaddituontleeia n their baee. ,tgs t s "1 2WU -_" Mar.19 (May 7
lefvot I ,1t ?$Q thatir- metal.awedIr l n aauaetaure of Aug. 1")-- (Sept.19
fhis iT yir'dhterent from that usel, ianyotherFolundry (" 'M r Lino, atf o'clock, A. M.i Dec. 1 -The CAMBRIDGE-850 tons-Ira/Jan.19
andhewifwariraat that it isfarmore durabei and lighter 'Afternoon Line, at 4o o',Io,. P. M. April 1 Brsley. May 19
tohanati-n~euerae ',- -,.J : .',- N Fire through in both lines, $4. Aug.19 Oct. 7
In'additiou to ft. .anufactulog.ofT.poe sb has maade F~are t" Tre.ton, $2 60; to P, lnceton, $2. Dec 19 > The OXFORD-800 ton*-J.Rathbone. Feb. 7
arrangementsto 'pty te trae, witk all materials nece'. Passengers wll procure their tickets at the OfficeL foot April1 ) w June 7
h jary -for printing 6ie, ., t i of Llberty street, where a commodious Steamboat will be Sept. 1' .. .... (0Oc 19
N ;1.--diteiS ofoulttty Ipvil Viieinan irw readiness to convey them to Jrsey City, with baggage Jan; I e 1o this advartiemOnrt will bi silpwed pli> Ty[pe, by.its crates *>n board May 1 W. B. Eon.. Juniel9
king fortaltiit. ., '. Philadelphia baggage goes through without being open- 8ept he ... .r.n.o.. .t i Mrl Nov. th 7e
NewYoAgte 2,l. ". ... edUrreiway. n. 9Tne EurOP--1 tons-hal an. Mar. d
au24 _T-AQ;U S IpIN! I etatorning, itli Lines will leave Philadelphia hat-8 May 19i ,, July 7
*'I UPON i O4NOW ULn.esls a des o'caolk A:Mand 6PM. my27 Oct. 1 The COLUMBUS-663 tons-- B. Nov19
eJvr othr kalndseMtfrteyb sIi ,i aso, Ie -k NEW YORKAND NEWARK Feb. 1 Cropper. 'a u9r.
Gunpowder, In cannist *. r Sporting. Dtpoat's Eagle 'l -On ad a Juanetbhe e1 u.e 7 ^,"yl?
I ", m 4 7 '* u ,. 1 I e
Powi ni s arne N p hn-Ma kteu~oct119 W.Th OR HEUS- rstown- 00 B ailey Jan.7

ynyother 'Srtn dett etetf4 at PASS^AIC wll make eh ,Feib.b The SOUTH AMERICA--16 Mton-- 7
f e ne ot kin ds o fr E a gle P d 4 t alI^t2 .6 e q ullx a y, tirp e a d a y fro m N e w Y o r k to N w J u n e 9 W .AC :uBa r.to w 7
brent xmanns -.'sraqu by 6tihe namvoeer. an Ilef quarsienia ane e sowe: Dec ; auut !.18-..
bng ^^yQ&rnhd-. any enwark v. 1 The CNGLAND--70 tons-B Lra .

fqa ym grait Ctre Wharf. Mar. ,, Waite. ,p
ares ruan elr 'C, flestrealal of te firsaclass, ommadedin
are-wt it iwderi tame ourabletasdea, tti- ,,6 A, MLine,.atofhao'clockaMrI( and experience, and are frished w.th
arrangement to ,Deea19aThebest rind erytons -J. ationw Febe.pid7t
F eglFs aFlI IszdiFaVfilmFra aacu f ,i D y tew passengers, to promote their comfort and convenience.-
pary for printin 6' 'q'(of Libery gret herPeSaIcomwois leave- at stor e Softelctid.jrateptin.wllIe pidto1

W soe ,imut,-Av "Clor -' r IIh, 5ko c o n iMe 7h o'clock, A MC The ate of passagah utwIrd is ,ixed by aT understanding
to. thi s- T '- .. ". "M M .with tie Prop ieto io fheoe r4ner-t-f-, t "Il.tuding
Type, by.i' crglt o -)Aboar My

"he'e t'bi: ila"-; .,e": l r l f' c May, witd ani Stores of every descripon, and $120 without.
heehf t ihc kPnds are tall elyh bowdgr, being oadpiAl AgMBOY RAIsttOADLINE wt Neothethb captieorown.e of these shipsvwill eo.re
at me qasJtty milufactsuedber th Teltlt &iaTy. -Nav b- U, I FOR PHILADELPHIA. Sponeib.e for any yette.a, tar.ls, or packages .sent by
-Tne> answer the best for blowilg fOdro5 1peoutw o S vIMV- --| .' thems, unless regkuar bills of' adding arn signed therefore.
.ry..~.m..... a8tuhtyt J GOOD H"r -gkO ) Suthi st, N.Y..
me*'---l --- .r,. '. .. ...Iah. Z. .tons-E.G .Ma

aurciasedfroU~a1e;la or t^p^'whp.Fhn^w l ,~naersrbRvrpl6 and to B5 IN03t PROTHERS CO. Liverpool.
pr td byti!. w by,.th ewmy, CLO.KLI9 MVarFOOI LINE ACKTS.

-. j. DU.oiT, iy OUR O B a1iehmbe t ,,INREPENDSNCio South Aiboy, '. ;4' # S
WIe*i./Del. .... frVi'lk"1c 3or1d"shoWn, vral allroad. and .frdm S li. XT,
M IAtF *UOK& OF PITSI .aitc-B-roekq- tleflos in steamboat, anJ arrive in'Phlladelphia ,at2 Ma a9 .lyl
i doNe's Paiseoi the A.pf, illiutrstedvlh108 large o'clock P. M. .. To sall'ftom Now Ydrk ana Liverpool in the following
S ravin'a. 2vols. ra o a Fa.ths above line, $. Forward Deck F passengers order m New York From Liveroo
Enqltwrscboolof frish and wtu41nra with about t -a'taXa.tJlphna, 22r. hp per JAug 7 | Sept 25
.'4I. ngra.ingsaiputllhe byTtoeit, aIer4pt,1 letter '.EHO. AN- MONMOUTH INEe.-By theI7 nShip INDEPENDENCE, Dc 7 I Jan 2
press Ir'encha and English. A new ed.tin, onered at- ol'dook boas, via Railroadto Hightstown,fromthenceto -zra nye, Apr 7 May 25
halftheorlinal rIce, 4vol., alelothT'll-alf mooc- reeaholdby Stages. rre to FreehPld,S'AI 0.1 _lhaInTSOUT A Sep 7 Oct 25
Co. : TENTON LINE-- the 7 clock boat, Far.o S rOSCOE 1 Feb 25
Spoduf-'mtrps da fo'cl w ok t Nb oa.z u.'ay7Jn e2-

akinerds pfEonrait mef 1 .nt lactaao LJ Trenton. $3i Forwarr deck passengers to Trenton, C.. D .a. eno, j tMayt June 2
Galr'q *nia'to #0kft-ztt iaieqaly;Jn1)Ag7

ases en-nations, from ButboBieMplctures ,begutlfullyen-. $50. ahinmO WASHINGTON (Oct 7 Nov 25
giaved. with biograplibal and hsatdi7al Jetter press, 3 FrsetoPerthaqdSouthAmboy,50cenas p WAHNGTONAN-0., _Fen 7 Mar 25
vols.'roya,$_w i ;. -. i' .- IBA BLI.SS,Agenv. Hy. Ho.dredge, June7 July 2.5
Galler)yof Veraellaes. A work ll.tatvlzoetbatnsf Breatkfast and Dinner on board-Breakfast, 50 cen.j; Ship HAKkPEARE (Nov 7 Aug .5
nkentpt.NatnCleion(Pttt-nd I5lptur, Dinner, 60 centa. 9 Mar7 Dec 25r
n'keiso a r cin ~tus~a liur. tu PMoU40manns.f characte ....ndxprene adare 7 D~oed wit

nuolied, uhdear .~p4eonfleBs. tniB :A- it] agae atthenass o itq"wner. mhl8 u"' ....... ,. (July? Apr 25
qiarto edltio.n with the plte adt* e N'W jJ't4Y RAIL-UAD & TRANSPOi'AT' IU These ships are all 6t the first class, ab ycomnanded,
Royal quarto, plates iey-)epgngikvid Os, -. *JV -z)Y AiLROAD RANSP0tAI with elegant accommodations for passengers. The rinee
Imperial folio, praoaimaeraloon I.ndia paper, 4 vo' C- MP,AN-- Y ... of passage from New York to Liverpool is fixed at $i40;
Hol3-rn's b Portroflt_-of0 the Court of Henry VIIth_- Ne w Ellzaabethtown, Rahway, and New Brunswick. andfrom. liverpool to New York at 35 guineas, including
series of O exnuiste.y colored pl tr,.aalilThlure draw IJ i fa .t wines, stores and bedding.
inel, witt histlds`a lbsti r esf' ut1i- ge, Eaq, .-Jfl Neither the Cptakim nor owners will be responsible for
imperi,4t r haNaifrcc^,- .", -.. -f: _W any letters, parcels, or packages, unless regular bills of
SlmkIpe.e 74 olh leaij y--.C tilt. kit eo the Fe B N I T R N lading are signed therefore. Apply to
male Charactes o 8hktfe ls, with meter press GR t a t RINNELL, MINTURN & CO.,
"A .ew e.itien dItth lato,o exbtly ro0In iorocco. A Leave New York (atgthe foot of Liberty St.) Agents, 134 Front at, or
fA-w eople cooled. Ladol 83t Id Ato9o'oc.ock, A. M. daiy el8 WILES, PICKERSGILL & CO., Liverpool
Va=tann-The Vaddan, dfprlbe an Iilluistrated *by 6 P. M. do. OnD4,O N LN Oil' ,ACKS'',.
Erasmus Pi-itolestt, wjth,700 Titgokq Ast~e ral outline P M. do. ..... .. .. ....
e,,aravcn l6fa rt, At kT mrbi leat Plti linpd Leave New Brunswick. o sail oatbe I at, loth and'40th of eiearymonth.
Statues that erad i l 4 av oloAt 71 o'clock, A. M do.
Status ,. that ser~t Ka~eT o, reylolo. -. "? ,, o -^*c & L
riebly bound. Rdine, 1 T1l1il be riadyy soon. 31I ," -noon do. H
W.lkinsoni's Skethes hIn L 1tped and colored In 9 P. M. do.
the style of dra'wvin "R'K sai4t'6 wi h AOntSunday, the 6 P.M. trip Ifrom New York,.and 7j ThisLine of packets, will hereafter i composed o
""aees (s P R'BIok' Af:'h- lns with sendld A. M.,trip from New Brunswick, are omitted. thefollowing ship, wnich willsucceeder 3 otherin the
engravings, In the style of"ulwtr's 'L-ila,' jIta Ivo T Fare between New York and Elizabethtown, 37j orde in whichtbroy are named,.sailing p inctually from
MartinthIlluimrth'ni d.h Blbre, imperial olo cloth' cents; Rahway, 60 cents; New Brunswick, 75 cents. New York andPortsmouth on the let, 10th and 20th, and
Mniln',.oMNilton-Padie ol wlUlhfilustailons, by0t NEWARK ACCOMMODATION LINE. from 1.ondon on the7tL ,17th and 27th of each month
Joyin Martin. Royal.46, mdrnto:, ,6ttra .. (Footof Courtlandt Sat.. New York) as follows: .
Medical Portrait GAllsry, IS hngtavtlgs, rdyal eivosaJf Leave New York Leave Newark From New tYork. From Lod.. Ports.
morccn '- ttI o'clock, A. M. i an. I Feb,17 Feb.20
PictvrialPilgrntm'sepr 41bv1, '1Dgralns, ,,' 7 4 May I I ST.JAMES, q Sbeor.,.... Roberttar^anlsh SceB< 4' woq'k,ft0of in. 1 1 '11i 9 Sept.I Oct 17 Oct. 10
ptessitons batar. Vr,'o Ppvo r a D..M. % Jn 2 Jan20 Mar.7 Mar.10
Now pnnl'beattl 1111111, W R. avel 4 4 4 P. M. May 20k, GLADIATOR, Tbe- BrittO*July 7July10
Novelss' Iti-48vols.re. rlt,.u i l in -=r' e 3 'a n Sept.-an3 r1,Nov. 7Nov.10
lustraIcehyfondife' r 0t9i e aT 8 9 5" 5 ccFeb.10 Mar.27 Apr. 1
prtraist hesdbrlfiEd SL nd 4at&odiInti On Sunday, leave New York, root of -LIberty at, AM, Junelo1 QUEBEC F H. Hebard. July27 Aug.1
0en iahrf. p. toy ;n k the and 4 PM; leave Newark 1 P M, and 10 P M. Oct.10, aNov.a7Dec 1
Act.hor-ot whft ty. t- 1p 1 .. ;. th: : ti Nh s ye,(Sandaysexcepted.) Feb.20' T Apr. 7 anr 10
nl TchM iuos Co ewIm pe the ielbrated Le"veNew York at 1 .o'clock P. M ; and leave New. wune20 WlE'L .NGTON,!D Chadwe Au. .
4dinburgh edtil6n,- with' the ao' nut s at t a pIPoo,! ark at 10 'clock P. M. Oct. 20 (Dee. 7 Dc .O0
corrections, and d i tote.. .Ian-kid e the on[ feie-nR on PlFart between Jersey City and Newark, 37i' ents.f Mar.10 fApri27May
whichibe author's flin cSfy 4 -,4 N- es Pad!faiteershoprctiretl sr tickets at the TicketOf- l y ,10 SAMSONaIRuss al Sturges u Aug.27 Sept. 1
alo -ate published 4seo a ;re n ihe Ices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides preventingg Nov.10 Dc.7 Jan
price of the wo*boel the *uTe& Pth .work 4 hreqn, confusion and delay after crossing the rier. Apr. I) Mayn17.Mayt20
.eem sold for mihar the ples. Therr Be trd sppld Tickets are received by the Conductors only on the Aug I ONTARIO, Henry Huttleson Sep17 aSep.20
the usu-j terms. day, when purchased. Dec. 1) PJan. 17 Jan. 20
Ia one e nd I y ed Aolute, 0f pijl, ThT .ownTa.ckuo.a.e C. y of Newark havebeen n Theseshipsarea]lofthe-rst class, abJut 600tons oui
p a Tie- [D 9of Art. taua enS -l n.iby d.rle',_ad passengers will be careredt snd from the De- ,hen, and are commanded by able and experienced navi
Andt*r 1, i tbo, ofthe 4Chei'l ..c..onary, bottom M.e the arrival and departureof thetrainfor 6j rators. Greatcarewifl be taken that the beds, stores, &.
3c. ThIs important wor I Jts9coiplelqd. contseach. my27 are of the bese description. The prico of Cabin passage
-Kaccutoik's DIcti-n-'y; Co eaen -1 n now ftx"d-a$O, outward, fore ach adult, which in
arge eand Lprod t .MLi jTbere-ei eO, LOOOMOTIVES, sIS ludes wines and liquors. Neither the captain. nor the
tacea HiasodLi cl.id lto o ;4p.. .Iaoqi- Ctt AINd, c. c.-The subscribers recivo.pr wnersofthese pacats will be responsible for any"e'
mprcial NavliaUui 'by J L=.yvOi--icW ll- deB. f otavery description of railroad bars, spikes,pI to leIh ps-ees or pasge enty them, unlessregular
WIL"IvA 1?tiarM, I chains for inclined planes, stay and short. isrl of Lading irsn redshare-for. pAlyto
vImp1~, er.. 161Broadwy... .n oii.. lin o iprovd atent iron, Loomotive .n ines, &Fc. N .
jelr -- ,,*,. PIBndon &, o Rat I a Furectueers' prices. A distinguished nginOeer t0 stDe.
.EW BOO. IiiirLor4 d atii,. ,6-tho-1 resides. inE n landor thepurposh e of inspecting a rail. PACKETS FOR ilwAVRE-UNION LINE.
TiBofoff2o 1116 l eI url 0 1r1ftn ,W w& a da teryordered through us. Li
Ade dan,Wilberforce, Cannln&%44rt NR b t4VISj&,D4 BROOKSk CO ,21 Broadsoa., New York. f A
ruivdlWie c,8o i ': *!. -e : f .cI On band for sale. I
iii! v~lu.Ba I1dO'ron 2* inch by. inch rails, Ifiteeteach. oai'rmNe oketr 8h ~had24th, and'
Lor s~l. dfrgaa m-f d 9 a04Mi oni. ~o2'do d 5do.fHavre I t, Sth, and 16thofevery month.
the 3l1ROg2 wth X"ardspicigpltsadapted thereto. Ordrs1om lee-YPk rom Raere.
torul ".8 for a cripotionn of spikes, executed at the shortest no. Fro 8 April16
vole,7 12-- -- -- -- -- --p274tf Junoei Ship IOWA, (new)&W. W. PeL. Aug. 8
,voe.S .^ lv 2m A".'i-- RAMAN FAICNCH AND k^lEIR'AWINXS. Oct. ti 'Dec. I
0 oidaen4 aglfNove^l, aik 2 wall. -^4,eubscribers have just received ihe follow- Mar. IS May I
oJftMen of 'Chai~pr;.by o Jglashgg ais) earlthey ale now landing. Ship Ag,16

W M11adeira- Newton, G. M. andS 'ai Leal's; How.
art, March & Co.'s; Blackburn's, and, others, in dasks,
Obn drautight, in demijohns, and bottled. Port, of th nimost
esteemed'brands, In casks and demijohns; also, of extra
quality, bottled. Sherry-W. Duff Gordon's, and Pale,
Brown, and Gold, in casks, draught, and bottled.-
Rhine-Ruc'esheimer, Marcobroniner, Steinberger, Hoch.
heimer, Johannesberger Rauenthaler, sparkling Hick,
&c.; also, the Moselle, Brauneberger, and Stharzberger
Bordeaux-ChateautMargaux, C. Lafltte, Latour, St. Ju.
lien, Pauillac, Leoville, with other Clarets, of various
grades and prices, in cases; Sauterne, of various bands.
Burgundy-Sparkling and still; Chambertin, Volnay, and
Romance Malmsey, L. P. Teneriffe, Lisbon, S. Ma.
deira, kc. ;hampagne-Heidseick, Grape, and various
other favourite b ands, pints and quarts.
LIQUORS. -Brandy-Otard, Dupuy & Co., 1827 and
'30; Champagne Brandy, 1815, '75; also, bottled, superior
quality. White Brandy, of high proof, for preserving
Peach Brandy. St Cioix and Jamaica'Rum, bottled and
draught.- Bay Rum. Scotch and Irish, real" Malt, arid
Monongahela Whikey Gan-Holland,on draught; Lon-
don Excise, and Cologne Gin, bottled. Arrack-Absinthe,
LIQUEURS AND CORDIALS, of every description.
Orange, Lemon, Citron, Canelle, Menthe, Annizette,
anidother Martinique Cordials; also, Curacoa, Maras-
chino, French Annizette, in baskets. Raspberry and
Cherry Brandy.
MALT LIQUORS.-Brown Stout, Double and Single,
In pints and quarts, small packages or otherwise, best
brands. English, Scotch, and Philadelphia Ale and
SYRXTPS -Lemon, Raspberry, Sarsaparilla, Ginger,
HAVANA SEGARS of very superior quality, always
on hand, in quantitles to suit purchasers.
GREEN .TEAS-Imperial, Gunpowder, Hyson, and
Young Hyson, in cannisters, caddies, half chests,. and
chests, selected with gieat care from late importations.
BLACK TEAS- Orange Pecco, Flower d.a, 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. a
CHOCOLATE-Zealand, from the pure Caraccas Co-
oa. spiced ; also, plain.
PRESERVES, of Havana, assorted,[andlof the!East
FRUITS--Bunch Raleins, inwhole, half, land quarter
boxes; Figs, in their season ; Bordeaux Prunes ; Ciiron ;
Sultana Raisins; Zante Currants; Princess' and Bordeaux
Almonds; Grapes, in their season.
FISH-Sardines, in oil; Anchovies. in boxes of one
dozen glass Jars; Herrings, Dutch and Scotch, pickled, in
aRes; also. smoked. Salmot, soused, in its season; pick-
led, in kits.
SAUCES and iETCHUPS. of almost all the varne
ties, English and French.
MUSTARD, French and English, In pots bottles, and
l01b and 201b kegs.
CHEESE-Double Gloster, Cheshire, Schabzlber,
Parmesan, and American
HAMS-Westphalia,Virginia, Newbold, &ke. Tongues,
Smoked Beef, &c.
SUGARS-St Croix, in barrels, half barrels, or other.
wise; Porto Rico; white and brown Havana; refined treble,
double, and single Lump and Crushed, in barrels, hal
barrels, or otherwise.
CANDLESi-New Bedford and patent Sperm, Mould,
and Paris Wax.
OILS-Sperm, of the finest quality; Salad in baskets;
or Lucca in chests and at retail.
S, ,AP-Old Castile, Brown and White.
SPICES-Mace, Nutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, and Gin.
ger; White, Black, and Cayenfine Pepper.
PICKLES-English and French, in gallon, half gallon
and quart jars, awertet,
OLIVES- -French and Spanish, of fine quality.
p:- This assortment Is varied and increased.
*** These articles will be furnished, delivered in any
part of the city, on terms as favordable to the purchaser,
as those offi Ast quality can be obtained elsewhere in the
city my6 lin BR. H. ATwELL, 331 Broadway,
HI O(WLAND k ASPINWALL offeil rorsale at No
and 55 South street
Pugar-200 boxes A Boston Refined Loaf Sugar, 100 bbl.s,
crushed do do do ; 80 do Puerto Rico do
W ir- -A full assortment of pale and brown Sherry ; also,
old Madeira, tn butts, hhds and qr. casks; 100 qr
casks San Lucar ; 100 Indian bis do; 4 pipes prime
old Fort Wine ; 50 Indian his sweet Malaga; 100 do
do Mascat; 190 qr casks CalabriaPort.
Dye Wood-800 tons bright Lima Wood; 400 do doCam-
peachy Logwood.
Hemp-150 bales Sisal Hemp.
Sponges-56 bales Smyrna Sponges.
$traw-4 cases Cut Straw.
Cassia-150 cases Cassia, inhalfpicul cases.
Wool-100 bales assorted Barbary ; 100 do do Greciani
80 do do Bengaza.
Tobacco-159 bales prime Cuba Leaf Tobacco.
Pimento-100 bags Pimento.
Cordage-90 coils assorted Bolt Rope. I
Matting-lull pieces 4-4 and 6-4 Canron Matting.
Maraachino-40 cases, I dozen bottles each,
Fur Seal Skin--3000 assorted Clapmatches and Bulls,
Fruit-W1000 boxes fresh Messtna Lemons
Rags-40 bales Messina Raffes.
Pig Iron-lOO tops No. 1 American Pig Iron: 50 do lNo.'2
do do do ; 100 do No.l British do do.
Tin Pla4es--00cases assorted Tin Plates.
Fenezio Sewing bilk--A small invoice just leeeived, red)
blue and black letter Sewitg Silk.
Stone Blue-2 cases Stone Blue.
Copper-17 pigs Mexican Copper. -,el4
U AVIS. BROOKS k CO., 19 and 21 Broad st. offer
Iloti sale, on favorable terms-
IRON-300 tons English Bar Iron, assorted, flat, round
200 tone Swedes Iron, common and extra sizes
150 do old and new Sable Iron
1500 bundles English Sheetlronassorted, Nov. 12
to8T ,7 "
1200 packs I1s. quality, Reunia Sheet Iron
65S ton RalIlroad Iron, with splicing plates
200 do Pig Iron, ofeapproved stamps
50 do Boiler Plate, English and American
TIN PLATES- 3000 boxes Tin Plates, most approved
-" -- 9 ",ltzd exli~ttzee
1008 ingots Banca Tin
CHAIN CABLES--O tons of Griffith & Lewis' proved
patent Chain Cables,assorted, inch to li inch,
with full supplies of apparatus
BRASS KETTLES-80 casks, assorted, from I to 16 o
beet German make
NAILS-1000 casks assorted, Wareham manufacture.
HEMP-100 ions clean Russia Hemp; also, 50 tons East
India Jute Hem 1
CORDAGE-1000 coils lst and 3d quality Russia Cordage
assorted, | to 6 Inch-entitled to deuenture.
DUCK, &c.-1800 ps. light and heavy Ravens-200 ps.
Russia Sheetings.
BAGGiNG-.i roils ; also. 600 coils bale Rope.:
FLAX-100 bales waterrorted Flax.
WINES-Malaga, dry and sweet, and Muscat Wine an
qr. casks and bbiS., also, Sherry, Port, Madeira,
and Claret, in wood and bottles ; also, Le00 bkts
Champagne Wines. "Ruinart' and other brands
RIO COFFEE--5500 bags 1st quality of new crop Ri

70 cases Bengal Indigo, entitled t3 deb
250bales green and dry salted Buffalo Hides
20 do Cawnpore and Midras Goat Skins
2500 bags Saltpette, 1st and 2d quality
2000 bags Race Ginger
300 bales Jute, 200 bales Munjeet |
30M do large, medium and small Gunny Bags
,, do Gunny Cloth, 42 inches wide
30 do Safflower; 30 bales Senna
850 cases garnet, liver and orange Shellac
100 do LacDye
10 do Gum'ragactnthB
10 bales Coir Mats "
25 cases containing 50 carboys Castor Oil
150 rolls 4.4 white flopr Matting
2000 boxes Fire Crackers
10 cases Cassia Oil.
1000 mats Cassa, 671 beach
TEAS-10,000 pkgs. green and black |Tea, consisting' o
Imperial,Gunpowder, Young Hyson, Souchong
and Hyson Skin,in 6 & S131b. boxes, 241b. cases
chests and half chests.
SILKS & SHAWLS-90 eases Choppa Romals, rge,
S medium, and small size-2- cases large 'nd
small Bandannas; also, 80 cases black Sarane as,
S.nchew_, Levinkines, Lustrings and Satins -
w hite and crimson.Pongee Hdkfs.,Suchan Pon.
gees and black Hdkfs ; also, 10 cases Cantor,
Crape Shawls, 3 Cashmzere do
ALSO- 5 chests Turxey Opium, put up for the London
650balesBrazil IDecac. mhb12
' tHAMPAGONB WI-NES-The subscribers have: re-
VJceived per late arrivlss, and now landing, a supply
ofcholce Wines, quarts.ad pints, including a new band,
put up for the Southern aarkat, called the Palmet.o.
GRAGJIE & CO. 20 Broad st.
In store, .Chateaux Mageaux, Lafltte, Leoville, and
other brands, in cases, each one dozen, part put np with
glass stoppers, just received from the most respectable
wine houses st Bordeaux.
Also, low priced wine t wood and glass.
Orders from other places for Winesaf every description
will receive attention, aq forwarded as directed. jeS
C EIZYLON CINNAMON, &c.-l bale Ceylon Cinna'
wmon, from the Easr Idia Company,
bbls Mace, Cloves, andNutmeg.
10 Parmason Cheese.: "
29 boxes Macaro.i and.Vermicilli.
10 caes Gorgona Anchovies.
For sale by A. BININGER & CO 0
my7 141 Broadway.
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50 bags old Governrlent Java Coffee(
6 chests finest freas Hyson
20 do do Ptlchong
100 do do Sopchong
3 do do Pr Co0
Forsalebv A. BININGER &0C0.
mhl l *3' .ial Broadway


NT OTICE of application for the discharge of sn insol.
1 vent from his debts, pursuant to the provisions ol
-the a hirdairticle of the first title of the fifth chapter of the
second part if the revised statutes.
Benjamin Mooney. Notice first published June 28th
1839. Creditors to appear before the Honorable Robert
H Morris, Recorder of the City of'New York, at his-office,
No 5 Nas-au street, in said city, on the 4th day or Sep.
tember. 18?9, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day.
je28 lawO (A)
IN CHANCERY-Before the Vice Chancellor. Mar-
tha Hicks vs. Mary A. D. Bruen.
At a Court of Chancery, held for the State of New York,
at the city of New York, on the twenty fifth day of June,
in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCouu, Vice Charcellcr.
It appearing, by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that the defendant, Mary A, D. Bruen, resides out of this
State, but is a resident of Frankfoit, in Gerwany, on the
c ntinent of iturope : It ia ordered that the said Mary A.
D. Bru-n cause her appearance to be entered, and notice
thereof to be served on the complainant's solic tore within
nine months from the date of thi-i order; and in case of
her appearance, ahat she cause her answer to the corn.
plainaim's bill to be filed, and a copy thereof to be served
on the complainant's solicitors within forty days after
service of a copy of said bill, and in default thereof, said
bill of complaint may be taken as confessed by her..
And it is further ordered, that within twenty days the
said c i.lainant cause this order to be published In the
Stdte p'Wtr and in the New York American, and that the
said publication be continued in each of the said papers at
l-ast once in each week for eight weeks in suncession, oi
that she cause acopy of this orderto be pcrs -rially served
n the said Mary A D Bruen, at least twenty days before
the time above prescribed for her appearance.
(Copy) JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
Paterson and Winthrop, Solicitors tor complamnant.
A T a Court of Chancery held for the State of New
York, at the City of New York on the twelfth day
of June, one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit
Isaac W Arthur and John H Brower vs Caleb Baretow
and others.
It appearing upon proof by affidavit made in this cause,
that Christopher A-dams and Whiiall, defendants
herein, reside out of this State, and are residents of NewOr.
leans, i.. the State of Lonisiana; and that Thomas Land,
also defendant herein, residesoutol this State and is a resi.
dent-f Jacks-n,in the Stateof Missis3si.pi; on readirngg nd
filing affidavit, and on motion of Robert J Dillon, Esquire
solicitor for the complainants, it is ordered that t e said
fdenridants cause their, appearance to be entered herein,
and notice thereof to be served tn the complainants' soli-
citor within four mot ths from the dale of this order ; and
in case ul their appearance that they cause their answer to
the complain tnts' bill to be filed, and a copy thereofi to
be served on the comolainan-s' solicitor within forty days
after service (fa copy of said bill and notice of this order;
and that ii nefault thereof said bill of complaint betaken
as confessed by them. Aid it isfurther orderedthat within
twenty days 'fi'om the date ol this order, the said complain-
ant cause this order to be published in the State paper and
in the New York American, printed in this State, for
eightweeksin succession, and onceat leastin each week;
or that the said complainants cause a copy of this order to
be served cn the said defendants personally at least twenty
days before the time above prescribed for their appear-
ance herein. Copy,
jel8 law8w [AI JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk.
OTICE.-A general meeting of the creditors of
SDavitd tarver, Aaron Williams, Luke White and
Ricks Robinson, non-resident debtors, will be held at
the office of JosephG Masten, Esquire,-in the city of BUf
falo. op the 20th dey of September, 1839, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon.-Buffalo, June 5, 1839.
jell lawtsep20 Trustees;
IN pursuance of an order of the Surrogate ofthe County
Sof New York, Notce is hereby given to all persons
having claims against Alexander Sydleman, late of Pres.
ton, Connecticut, deceased, to present the same with the
vouchers thereof to thlie subscriber, at the office of Wm,
M. Peck, No.60 South street, int the City of New York, oa
or before the 25th day'of September next.
Dated New York, the 18th day of Marca, 1839.
mhl9 law6m Administratrix, &c.t,)
R-UISUANT to an order maua by the Surrogate of
the city and county of New York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claimsasainst the estate of SI.
las Judson, late of 'he city of New York, deceased, to
present the same, with the vouchers thereof, at the office
of Pierre Ogilvie Beebee, 4Wall street, New York, om
or before the first Monday in October next.
Dated New York, March 26th, 1839.
MARY ANN JUDSON, Administrattix.
mh26 1aw6m
B-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 to the pro.
visions of the statute authorizing attachments against non.
resident debtorsthat on attachment has issued aga-nnt the
es'ateof Joseph W. Walker, a non-resident of the State
of New York, and that the same will be sold for the pay.
mentof his debts, unless he appear and discharge such
attachment, according to law, within nine months from
the flAst publication of this notice; and that the payment ot
any debts due t him by residents of this State, and the
delivery to him or for ieis use, of any property within this
State belonging to him, and the transfer of any such pro.
perty by him, are fo, bidden by law, and are void. Dated
the 8th day of April, 1839.
SMITH B RRKER, Attorney for Attaching Creditor,
ap8 taw 9m
T a Courtof Chancery held for the State or New
% York, at the city of New York, on the seventh
day of May, one thousand eight; hundred and thiity-
Present--William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor ot the
First Circuit.
John Greacen vs. Rufus Davenport, and Zaimon B.
Wakemnan, and al.
It appearing-by affidavit ots satisfaction of this courts
that the defendant, Zalmon B. Waksmam, 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 lnglti, of counsel for the complainant, it is ordered,
that said Zalmon B Wakeman, cause his appearance to
be entered, aru notice thereof to be served on ti.e com.
plainant'ssolicitor waihin four months from the date of this
order, and in case of his appearance that he cause his an-
swer to the complainant's bill to be file, and a copy
Uhereof to be served on the complainant's solicitor with-
in forty days after service of a copy of said bill, and in
de ault thereof said bail if complaint may be taken as
confessed by him : and it is further ordered, that within
twenty days the sail 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 ih each
of tie 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 pers' nally served upon the said Zalmon B Wake-
man, at least twenty days before the time above prescri-
bed for his appearance.

(Copy.) JOHN WALWORTH. Clerk,
Wm. hiells S.dlic tor. ,A) myll law8w
SN PUttSUANCE of an order oe the Suitogate of the
SCountv of New York, Notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims a ainst William Falconer, late of
the City ot New York, paint dealer, deceased, to present
tie same %ittfthe vouchers thereot to the subscribers at
their place if business as executors, No4 Wall street, in
the city of New York, on or before the first day of Decem-
ber next.
Dated New York, 15th day of May, 1839.
myl6 law6m Executors.
A T a Court of Chancery held for the State o New
k York at the City of New York, on the th'rteenth
day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor of the
First Circuit.
The President, Directors and Company of the North
River Baik of the City of New York vs. David Rogers,
and Susan his wife, S muel D Rogers, and Frances his
wile, Robert Lenox, John Jac,.b Astor, John L Ireland,
The North Amernican Insurance Company, anl William
Stevenson, Junior
It app, arin by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
and which affidavit v as duly filed In this Court on the 8th
day of April last, that the defendants, David Rogers, and
Susan his wife, reside out of this State but are residents
ot'St Croix, in the West Indiea: On motion of S G Ray.
moti, dof counsel for the complainants, it is ordered that
the said David Rogers and Susan his wife, cause their ap.
pearance to be entered and notice thereof to be served on
the complainants' solicitor within nine months from the
date of th order; and in case of their appearance that
they cause their answer to the complainants' bill to be filed
and a copy thereof to be served on the complainants' soli-
citors within forty days after servlceofa copy of said bill-
and in default therol t aid bill may be taken as confessed
by them ; and it is further ordered that within twenty days
the said complainants' cause this order to be published id
;t1o State paper and in the .New York American ; anu that
said publication be continued in each of said papers at
least once in each week (or 37 weeks ia succession, or that
they cause a copy of this order to be personally served on
the said David Rogers and Susan his wife, at least 20
days before the time prescribed tor their appearance
(Copy,) JOHN WALWORTH, Cleik,.
Anderson & Raymond,
Solicitors for the Complainants, New York.
my23 law8w (A)
50 terrines of various sizes, and in perfect condition
Also, Mushrooms
IGreen Pease, Green Beans, Asparagus, Strawberries,
Peaches, Cherries, Raspberries, &c., and a variety of
Pates of Game, &c. just received by the last arrivals from
France, by NJNKER & CO.
jal7 13 Maiden lane.

t,,AViyLI 'RUU E 5t.--.E lii ERY.Tea iteal.
I er and Grocer, 142 Greenwlchast, has on hand supe-
rior loaf. I11nmt tandrl nnahaA Giffs l1. t.:*^ %-a-- -.1an .


SSLIP & COENTIES SLIP.-Public notice ishere.
by given, to all the proprietors of the said Pier, that the
Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of New
York, have determined upon extending the said Pier 71
feet into the River.
And notice is hereby further given, to all the persons
concerned in the said Pier, that they are requested, on or
before the expiration of sit weeks firo the date ofthis no.
twice and advertisement, to signify in writing, at the Street
Commissioner's Office, their intentions to contribute their
proporilonis respectively of the expense of building the said
extension to the aforesaid Pier,or not to contribute t, ereto,
as they may deem expedient.
Anti notice is haieby futther given, that if any persons,
owners of, or interested ir the aforesaid Pier, shall neglect
o6-r refuse to comply with the directions aforesaid,and shall
not bear or discharge their proportioned part of the ex.
pense ofbuildiny the said extension to the aforesaid Piei,
that they will thereby forfeit all their interest in the wharf-
age arising therefrom agreeably to the act of the Legiela
ture, in such case made anid provided.
Street Commissioner's Office, June 10th.
jel0d6w JOHN EWEN. Street Commissioner.
S1ER No. 14 EAST RIVER, between Old slip and
SCoerities slip.-IFubl c notice is hereby given to all
the proprietors of the said pier, that the Mayor, Aldeimen
and Commonalty of the City of New York, have deter.
mined upon extending the said pier i6 feet into the river.
And notice is hereby further given to all the persons con.
cerned in the said pier that they are requested on or before
the expiration of six weeks from the date of this notice and
advertisement, to signify at the Street Commissioner's Of-
fice their intentions to contribute their portions respectively
ofthe exi ense of building the said extension to the afore.
said pier oinot to contribute thereto, as they may deem
And n ticols hereby further given, that if any persons,
owners of, o interested in the aforesaid pier, shall neglect
or refuse toc mply with the directions aforesaid, and shall
not bear or di hi charge their proportional part ofthe expense
of building the said extension to t' e aforesaid pier, that
they will thereby forfeit all their interests in the wharfage
arising therefrom, agreeably to the act of the Legislature,
in such case made anti provided
JOHN EWEN, Street Commissioner.
Street Commissioner's Office, June 11, 1839. jell 6w
N OI0ICE of application for the discharge of an in.
solvent from his debts, pursuant to the pro.
visions of the third article of the firet title of the Mith chap.
ier orl the second ,art of the revised statutes.
Theodore Clark. Notice first published 24th June,
1839. Creditors to appear before the Honorable Robert
H Morris, Recorder of the Cityof New York, this office,
No 5 Nassau street in said city, on the see nd day of
September, 1839, at 9 o'clock, A M. of that day.
je24 lawlOw I
T a Court of Chancery, held for-the Stale or New
York. at the City of New York, on the eleventh
day of June, one thousand eight hundred anG thirty.nine.
Present-William T. McCoun, Vice Chancellor t f the
First circuit
William H. Robertson vs. Ebsnezer Jesup, Junior, et
It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Court,
that.ithe defendants, The Bank of Massillon, and the Bank
of Michigan, are institutions situated out of this State, but
in two of the United States of America, to wit, in the States
of Michigan and Ohio, and their officers reside therein;
on motion of Gerard W Morris, of counsel for the com-
plainant, it is ordered that the said The Bank of Massillon
and the Bank of Michigan, cause their appearance to be
entered and notice thereof to be served within four
months from the date of this order, and in case of their
appearance, that they cause their answer to the complain.
nant'es bill in the nature of a supplemental bill to be filed,
and a copy thereof to be served on the complainant's so.
licitor within forty days after service of a copy of said
bill, and in default thereof, said bill may be taken as
confessed by them; 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 Ame
rican, and that the said publication be continued in each
of the said papers at least once in each week for eigi t
weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy of this or.
der to be pet scrnally served ori the said The Bank of Mas.
sillon and The Bank of Michigan, at least twenty days
before thie time above prescribed for their appearance.
j24law8w (A)
1-kY order ol Washington Hunt, Esquire, a Judge (if
DNiagara County Courts, of the degree of Counsellor
at Law in the Supreme Court-Notice is hereby given,
that an attachment has issued against the estate of Jona.
than Gilbert, a non-resident debtor; and that the same
will be sold for the payment of his debts, unless he appear
and discharge such attachment according to law within
nine months from the first publication of this notice ; and
that the payment of any debts due to him by residents of
this State, and the delivery to him, or for hii use, of any
property within this State, belonging to him and the
transfer of any such property by him.are forbidden by law,
and are void.
Dated at Lockport, the 20th day of June, 1839.
je25 law9m Attorney for attaching creditor.
IN CHANCERY.-Belore the -tice Chancellor.
S Catharine smithh Barclay vs. Mary Annab tell, Fer-
ris Pell, Gertrude Pell, and Laura rell, Thomas Barclay,
Henry Hotham Barclay, Delancey Barclay, Walter Chan.
ning Barclay, and Cuthbert Collingwood Barclay.
In pursuance of an order of this 'ourt made in the above
cause,bearing date the fifteenth day of June,one thousand
eight hundred and thirty nine, all per one having any
general lien or incumbrance by judgment or decree, on any
undivided share or interest, of any of the parties in the
lands and premises set forth in the bill ofcomplaint in the
above cause, and hereinafter described; and all persons,
parties or not parties to the above suit, who have either a
general or aecial lien or incumbrarce upon the shares or
irnterest of s above namely parties or ethe, of them, In
the said lands and premises, and of which partition is
sought, are required to produce to me, the undersigned,
Master in Chancery, on or before the twentieth day of
Augustnext, pt eleven o'clock In the forenoon of that day,
at my office, situate number three hundred and thirty one
Peatl street, in the City of New York, proof of all such
liens and incumbrance,, together with satisfactory evi
deuce of the amount due tlhereon ; which lands and pro.
mises are thus bounded and described, viz All thit cer.
tain dwelling house end lot of land, now known as num.
ber twenty one (t1) Bond street in the Ninth Ward of the
City of New York' and also known and distinguished on
a map ofgroundin the Eighth (now Ninth) ward of the
City of New York, belonging to Wliliam Israel, compiled
by Idward Doughty, City Surveyor, on the twenty second
day of February, 1825, as lot number sixteen (lb ) bound.
ed northeasterly In front by Bond street, southwesterly by
an Alley fifteendfeet wide ; southeasterly by lot l umber
fifteen (15,) and northwesterly by lot number seventeen
(17) on said map, containing in breadth in front and rear
twenty five feet, and in length on each side one hundred
and fourteen feet and four inches, be the same more or
less; together with the right and privilege of the said alley
as laid down upon the said map in common with the other
lots entitled to the uae thereof, asset forth and declared iti
a certain deed poll, authenticating the said map, bearing
date the thirtieth day of April, 1825, and recorded the same
day in the Register's office of the City and Cout:ty of New
York. The division lies between the tvo sides of said

lot and the adjoining lots numbers nineteen (19) and
twenty three (23) Bond street, be.ng and running in the
centre or mtdleyfthe brick wadls which divide the three
houses from Iront to rear, and the said walls being party
walls, are to be, and may be used and enjoyed, upheld,
maintained, repaired and (if nec s-ary) rebuilt, as patty
walls may lawfully be used. enjoyed, upheld, maintained,
repaired and rebuilt. Subject to a just and equitable
share of the costs of regulating and repairing the said
alley, and-of such taxes and assessments as may be laid
Master in Chancery.
Dated New York, June 26 1839. je-17 law6w
A] UTICE.-All persons having claims against ED-
1L1 WARD R JONES, late of this city, deceased,
are hereby notified to present the same fir settlement to
the subscriber, at his residence, No. 738 Broadway, on or
before the tenth day of December next; and those in.
debated are requested to make payment forthwith at the
same platee.
Dated New York, June 6th, 1839.
je6 law 6m ISAAC JON'ES, Executor.
B4Y oider of Michael Ulshoeffer.Fiist Judge ol the
Court of Common Pleas for the City and County of
New York, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to the provi.
sins 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 ot"f New Jersey, and that the same will be
sold for the payment oftheir debts, unless they appear and
discharge such attachment, a:coiding to law, within nine
months from the first publication of this notice ; and that
the payment of any debts due to their by residents of this
State, and the delivery to them or for their use, of anypro.
perty within this State belonging to them, and the transfer
of any such property by them are forbidden by law-. and
are void.
*Dated the 18th day of April, 1839.
apl9 lawgm Atttorney for Attacnini Creditor.
B Y order ofthe Honorable William Inglls, one oh the
Associate judges of the Court-of Common Pleas for
the City and County of New York, Notice is hereby given,
pursuant to the provisions of the statute authorising at.
tachments against non resident debtors, that an attach.
meant has issued against the estate of Samuel A. Belden, a
nonresident ol' the the State New York, and that the same
will be sold for the payment ot his debts unless he appear
and discharge such attachment, according'to law, within
nine months from the first publication of this notice; and
that the payment of any debts due to him by'residents of
t.is Sta.te, and the delivery to him or for his use, of any
property within this State belonging to him, atid the trans.
fer of any such property by him are for' hidden by law and
are void. atedthe 30th day of May, 1839.
my31 law9m Attorney for Attachine Creditors
B Y order of the Honorable Michael Ulshoeffer, First
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the City and
County of New Yora, Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
the provisions of the statute authorizing -attachments
against non-resident debtors, that an attachment has Issued
a. at i the eatat nf o.,,ilat Vifni, At. &O .... --ti:

D n.', n ro a tiuiAve4h110o0 toW4 uI-
ton street, between OreeRwIC' it, and Broadway.
Strangers are respectfAUy "p 92l1zd t9t. Dr MHOBLIl
wee bred to the Med4Ical Profoesion in the :'itof London'
antL has been a practical member of said Fc241t y ofPhysl
42 years for the last 32 in the city of New .York. Hi
practice from being formerly general, he haslong confined
to particular branch of Medicine, which engages hio
profound attention, viza:--Lues Venerla Scorbutla, Scro-
fula, Elepi ntlasiis, and. in short, all diseases arising
frm a vitia ed state of the blood. His experiences very
great. His access astonishing. In many thousands of
cases committed to his care, of all grades and every degree
of malignancy, lie has speedily restored his patientsto
health and a soundconstitution.
He cautions the unfortunate againstthe abase of mret
cury. Thousands are annually mercurialized out ol life
Soeethat your case is eradicated, not patched up. The
learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes:-" Married
persons, and persons about to be married Should be par
ticularly cautiousofthose afflictions. Whata dreadfulin
heritancf to transmit to posterity." Persons afflicted with
protracted and deplorable cases need not- deepafr of a
complete recovery, by applying to Dr. Horrie. Recent
affections, whert local. are, without mercury, extinguish-
ed in a few days. Whatgrieves the Dr. is, that many
afflictea,instead of taking his salutary advice, have re
course to advertised nostrums, where there is no response
bility, and the compounders unknown; by such means,
throwing away their money, (where they'vainly ihopeto
save,) and ruinforever thei:-constitution.
Persons who may have contracted disease, or suspect
latent poison, are -invited tid make application to Dr.
HORNE, at his) Establishment, No.204 Fulton st.. be.
tween Greenwich st. and Broadway. AieStdenceofthirty
wo years in New York city, has radically established
Dr Horne'scharacterforsterling honor- andbased on rea
respectabilityand skill. Dr.Horn offersto his patron
a sure guarantee.
Offices forseparate consultations. Patients 0cA nevs(
come in contact.
Attendance until half past 9 in the evening.
No Letters taken in unless post paid. All city 'etters
mus tbehanded in.
3 Stultorum incuratapudorwamhuulafaeusact.
-Horace's 16th Epistle.
P. S.-As long as Dr. Hornedesireptobenefitthe public
it is proper he should contfitiUe-his adv6ertisement for the
goodofstrangers, as it is welhlknown peoplearevcxtremel
shy in speaki,-g of cases of a delicate nature, e'ien where
Sphysicianis pre-eminently successful. .,,. jl4
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confirmed by the experience of the best physicians of all
ages ard countries, and none of more importance to the
whole human family, tran the factihat many ot the mot
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changes of weather are frequently sudden and unexpected,
it requires moe care and atte tion to guard against this
dangerous enemy to hum n life, tt an most people ima.
gine, or are able and willing to bestow. The brllsotl mor-
tality exhibit the melancholy fact that the'proportion of
deaths by this disease are tas ofe to One. 'lissmuch
then, as thm fatal disease ie increasing end spreading so
widely and fealullv. and bids defiance to'the skil! of the
most experienced physicians, it-ns a gratification to the
subscriber to be enabled to offer to all who are of con.
sumptive hatiLs, or those afflicted with distressing
cotghs, colds, asthma, or aiy affection of the breast
and lungs, a reasonable prospect of relief by
using his celebrated itrenethenlng Plastels. They
have been used (.ver the United Staten fMr the last
twenty years, and have every where given general satis.
faction The subscr,ber his had the pleasure of selling
them daly lfor a number of ye trs In this city. and of the
many thousands who have used them he has not heard a
dozen complaints. They are also patronizedl extensive-
ly by the medical profession, and probably there is not
an intelligent physician in the world that would hesi.
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made acquainted with their composition. 'Ihe numerous
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they are most earnestly recoihiiJfnded to ithise who are thus
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who are troubled withpaints or weakneesin the breast,side,
back or limbs, are advised to try one of these beautiful
plasters, as they are essentially different from all others,
and ate free fiom the otjectiois which are made against
plasters generally. Persons about to purchase them will
remember to ask for" Badeau's Strengthening Plasters,'
and see that the accompanyingdirections hate my sign.
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doubtless, ere long to become one of the most popular
remedies of the age, as they address themselves to the
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the whitest linen, and may be worn with ease andcomfort
for one month. They are put up in boxes, with large and
attractive show bills, will keep in any climate, will be for.
warded to any part of the wold as per order, ana a large
discount made to those who buy to sell again. Sold at
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proprietor, at the Bowery Medicine Storei-, 260 Bowery. ad
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Perhaps there is no more certain way of' promodting gene-
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ference over all the must'celebrated Panaceas, Syrups
&c., and nut sing mothers, whose irnfans are afllicted with
Scald Head, Sore Ears, or Weak Eyes, are particularly
recommended to use it. It is perfectly haimniless,iabd when
combined with Seidlitz or Soda Water, forms a cooling
and agreeable beverage. Used with cold water, It makes
a very pleasant Summer drink, andn may be used with ad.
vantage by most persons at anytime. It is prepared from
the best Honduras Sarsparilla, according to the most a
proved formulas, and greatcare has been taken to keep -
it free from impurities and all obnoxious admixtures.
Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retail by the subs
scriber, at. the Bowery Medicine store, 280 Bowery, New
York. .. ..
ENUIN h BEAR'S GREASE--or prom6dRg the
* U growth of the hair, and imparting a beautiful and
glossy lustre to It, far superior to any other app}ictlon.
The superiority of this Oilover every prepartken.- e4-n.
dcing the growth of the hair, Is generally accedd to by
all who have used it, as it imparts a glossy richness to the
hair, rendering It soft and flexible, and excitmithecapll.
lary vessels to healthy action. To persons becoming tbald
*,by sickness or o.ber causes, the application of this Oil
daily, will soon produce a reaction of it. growth. The
subscriber has just received a fresh supply of the genuine
article, put up neatly in earthen pots and prepared ex-
preesly for his retail trade, at the Bowery Medicine Store
No 21,0 Bowery' my20
i highly celebrated for the cure of consumption, liver
complaints, raising beod, ic. &c., is sold at the Bo, ery
Melicane Store, 260 Bowery. The subscriber warrants
this Balsam to be the genuine article, received direct from
the proprietor.
my22 N. W. BADEAtErAgeng.
"3AND PRINTING.-r. & C. WOOD. No.18 Wall

street, offer for sale- -
Swar, Quills-A large assortment of the fl.st qualityby
the hundred or thousand .
Steel Pens-Perryian, Gillot',Windle'a, and other kinds
Wafers-Red, black and mixed colors of all sizes, trans.
parent ditto, and Motto Seals.
"Wax-Superior English and American of various colors
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 for Brokers
Maps of every iState in the Union Section Maps.
Mitchel's Maps of the United States
LawBlanks of avery kind and other Blanks
Writing Paper and Wrapping Paper of all klina for
sale by the retail or quantity
Check Books-A splendid assortment of Checks on all
the different Banks oel the city
Blank Books of every sort and kind, made to every aise
and ruled to any pattern
Lithography-The subscribers having at a great ex-
pense fitted up their Lithographic, are now ready to exe-
cute at the shortest possible notice, all orders in the above
lne: Suth as Circulais, Drafts, Bills of Exchange,
Notes, Diagrams, Maps, Plans, Plates, and in a manner
equal if not superior to any other establishment of the
kind in the city. my9 tf
LY !olio
Collier's Church History, 2 vole
Leasfetloe's Bible, folio
Cyprian Episcipi
Cyprian Opera
Cascetas on Jeremiah
Coverdale's Bible, 4to
Carpenter's Litroduction to the Scriptures
Calvin's Institute do Life
Churchman Armed, 3 vole
Cave's Lives, 2 voles
Cave's Primitive Christianity
Cox's Lives of the Fathers
Laude'ss Essays, with notes, by Robinson. 2 vis
Claude'sDefenre. Just received and o!brsaleby
my2o SWORDS, STANFORD k C0. I2Blroaadwy.
2f .UCULLOUHS DIC'l'TINARr, Practkal, Tbieor6j
Ev-l tical and Historical, of Commerce ao4 Commlueretial
Navigation, illustrated with rapsaind plans, a new edi.
tion, with a new and enlarged Supplement, bringing dowa
the information ontained nih5worktehe-t een tiBtlw.
Imported per the ship quebeci and *ill'be ready for
delivery in a few days, hy .
my20 D J). APP.LETON & CO. 200 BroagdVway.
,,BklfdVNT CHAMPAI(4N.-The subedribert
have after a careful compariasn made by them in
France in tie Champaign districts, selected the Wh;v
the estate o "D.De.Br"monet'-nlQ.ich ktu-qf-hv
the pleasure of offering to the public as anrl'cihk.nd fruity
Wine, and possessing all the qualities which cttraclerize
the highest grade of Champaign. From thb superooka y
and great extent of the stockof this estate, a unifdrmIty of
quality-and regularity of supply is assuredto purchaserm.
rhe Wine is put up in the best manner, the bottles nestly
labelled, and ;b. corks -brand' -Do Bribn," with the
family coat of arns. and inover e