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: August 12, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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A ANCE COMPANY, No. 5.Wal st. ;
n T an m al election held at the office ofthe 0o1m4
pany, on the 3d day of June, 1839, thefollowing gentle-
mer were duly ele-L4l Directors for the ensuing year i
loh-L. Bowrift Ebenezer CauBdwell
SJoni R, Willis Morris Ketchum
Silas Hicks- Joshua S. Underhill -
Robert C. Cornell 'Cha4.sT. Cromwell
Jam.. Barher Cornelius W. Lawrence
Benjami Corlies Nathaniel iLord .
LindleyM yay ChardesKneoland
SHenry IL La nrece Edward A. Wright
"+ Stephen VaUV, Wyck...' eniamin dark
Isaac Froat B. Mintum
Robert B.'Wiee"s -" Bradford
+JolWnWood .WPearsall
Thomas W. Jenkin S od
Benjamin Stroir G BVG. Post
Veo'rge Hussey' Rob IBowne
Uriah F. Carpenter Albert pdhulli
James H. Titus George .rih
S"RSamruel C. Parson.
At a subseBent meeting of the ,t John L.
Bowne, Esq. was unanimously re-elect President.
j5 JAMES WILKIE4 cretary.
NT Office 54 Wall street.
..NEW CAPITAL 300,000 DOLLARS.-ThisCornm-
, jny cottiues to make insurance against loss and
.damage y tie, atMi oha.ards of inland navigation.
R. Havens, Presidedt, B. L.WootleT
Najah Taylor Micah Baldwin
Cornelius W. Lawrence Joseph Otis
.J. Philip Phoinix. Fa3? ing C. Tucker
John M'orrison Meigs D. Benjamin
Joseph B. Varnum, John Rankin
David Lee John D. Wolfe
Caleb 0. Halsted Nathaniel Weed .
William W. Todd Ferdinand Suydam
William Couch.
d21 LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary.
CO.-,-Persons may effect .insurances with this
company on their own lives, or the lives of others,
and either for the whole duration of life, or for a
limited period. The payments of premium may be
either wade annually or in a gross sum.
Premiums on one hundred dollars:

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Money will 1 e received in deposit by the Company
and also in trsIt, upon which interest will be allowed
as follows: -
Upon sums ov r$100, irredeemable for 1 year, 41 per ct
Do. dt. do. 5mos. 4 "
Do. d. do. 2 3 "
Wmin. Bard James Keint
Thomas W. Ludlow Nathaniel Prime
Win. B. Lawrence Nicholas Devereux
Benjamin Knower' Gulian C. Verplanck
Peter Harmony Henry Brevoort, Jr.
John G. Coster James McBride
Thomas Suffern John Rathbone, Jr.
John Mason P. G. -Stuyvesant
Samuel Thomson Thomas J. Oakley
Benjamin L. Swan Stephen Whitney
Stephen Warren John Jacob Astor
Robert Ray Gardner G. Howland
John Johnston Corn. W. Lawrence
Wm. P. Van Renaselaer Jonathan Goodhue.
WM. BARD, President.
E. A. NICOLl, Secretary.
DUDLEY AT-imNs, Physician to the Company.
H ANNAHt 0 MORE-Dedicated, by permission, to
SHer Majesty, in 1 vol. post 8vo. in boards, uniform
with her Works, and embellished with a Portrait, never
before engraved, and numerous Illustrations, after
Sketches by the Author.
The Life of Hannah More, with Notices of her Sis-
ters. By Henry Thompson, M. A. St. John's College,
Cazliidge ; Curate of'Wrington, Somerset.
fimported and tur sale by
,y26 New York, and London.
WM. A. COLMAN, No. 205 Broadway, has re-
ceived a few boxes of Ackermann's Photogenic Draw-
ing Joes, complete-withL prepared paper, and with
directions how to use aind prepare-more if required,
withthe necessary ingredieiuts for the same.
Alsd, he has imported many New Works to teach
the at of Painting in Oil, and in Water Colors, &c.
&- Jy27
SA. H. RENAULD & CO., No. 30 Pine st.,up
o. stairs, offer for-sale-
600 baskets Heidsieek Champagne .
300 do Vittor & Co. do.
100 half pipes Brandy of Mial Celerier & Co., dif-
ferent quali tie
10 half pipes.laUapagne Brandy, 1814
20 cases KiseohenWasser, de la foret noire
50 do Absynthe de Couret
5 0 do 'do Pernodfils
t5 do assorted-French Cordials
M'j A Tf^.1 Wivii-x nf vaosrQ brMans ie27<1 l^

t orslof September, a BOARDING and DAY
CHOUL for Young Ladies, in the large and eligible
itusged house, No. 168 Duane street, opposite the
Pk, in that street. Mrs. S. will be aided in the care
Md education of -her pupils by her son, the Rev. AL-
WRI SM II=, and 4y her daughters, Mrs. SARAH P.
ind Miss MARy A. SwEU ES.
-Applications [?r admission may be made till the first
if September, to the Rev. Aldert Smedes, or the Rev.
Dr. yell, 'at 77 Anthony street.
Cireulars maybe had at the Protestant Episcopal
%ss, No. 142 Fulton'street at the Bookstore of
Sword, Stanford & Co., 151 Broadway, or at -that of
WV. H. Vermlye, No, 262 Greenwich-street.
jyg4 tsl5
OTQICE.--iThe. Principal of this Institution, grate-
il for ke ,very general approbation with which his
il, has been received, begs leave again to bring it to
he notice of that portion of the public who desire for.
heir sons a'sound, practical, and Christian education
I Third ew'r.--,The first term of the third year of
he Institute will commence on Wednesday, the first
f May net, and with materially extended facilities
n almost every department. Essential additions have
een made, especially in the department of Modem
Languages. The instruction in French particularly is
he best that could be secured.
Buildings.-The buildings for the institute are now
all completed, and were erected for the purpose to
vhich they are devoted. They are new, spacious,
and sightly; and arefitted up on a convenience of plan,
mad a neatness of style, which are not exceeded. They
comprise accommodations for fifty pupils, rooming in
pairs-for the Instructors-the Principal and the
amiljW-a General School Room-Recitation Rooms
-a Reading Room-a Laboratory-and a Chapel.
. Locatian.-The location is unsurpassed for healthi-
iess and beauty. It is upon an eminence in the sub-
irbs of the city, securing, by its retirement and ele-
ration, a free and healthy atmosphere, and command-
ing an extensive and delightful view. It is such as to
render it unnecessary for the pupils to have any con-
iection with the city, except, when occasionally per
fitted by the principal, for social intercourse, and pur
poses of business.
Grounds.-The Grounds connected with the estab-
ishment are ample and beautiful, affording full scope
for recreation and amusement.
Teachers.-The Institution is carried on by the Prin-
cipal, and assistants of character and experience in
the profession.
Design.-Its design is, to impart a thorough and
practical education, upon decidedly Christian princi-
ples-to unite sound learning with pure religion.
Plan and Government.-It is conducted upon the
plan of a well regulated Christian family; for the time,
the adopted home of its members.
The Principal, regarding himself in the place of a
parent, encourages a free and open intercourse be-
tween the pupils and himself, and endeavors, by win-
ning upon the affections, and, by the presentation of
proper motives, to induce a faithful discharge of duty.
The government is, therefore, strictly rental.
Arrangeient.-In agreement with the natural con-
stitution of the pupil, the school is arranged in three
departments, the Moral, the Intellectual, and the
Moral Department.-The Moral Department, which
involves the government, is supplied by the Principal.
It embraces a course of moral and religious studies,
adapted to each pupil. To the Holy Scriptures con-
stant reference is made, as the foundation on which
alone may be built solid aad.,nduring character, and
as the only safe .and proper basis of Christian educa-
tion. The views of scripture truth, and of religious
duty presented, are ii strict accordance with the doc-
trines, discipline, and worship of the Protestant Epis-
copal Church. It is the constant endeavor in this de-
partment to win over to the Saviour, and to his body
-the Church-the first and-strongest affections of the
youthful heart.
Intellectual Department.-The Intellectual Depart-
ment embraces all the ordinary English branches ne
cessary to business and commercial pursuits; addi
tional facilities for instruction in the higher depart-
ments of learning, with reference to College require-
ments, to Teachung, the Professions, and .Civil En-
gineering; also in locall Music, Drawing, and the
Modern Languages. It is conducted by the Principal
and assistants, and by such masters as it is necessary
from time to time to employ.
Instruction in this department is specially directed
to the understanding. It is the endeavor here to im-
prove and strengthen the thinking powers. The pu-
pils, therefore, are taught the rationale of whatever
comes before them; more attention is paid to princi-
ples -than rules. Particular regard is had to the inr-
tended future destination of the pupil, and his educa-
tion is directed accordingly. He may be fitted for the
Counting Room, for Engineering, for College, for
Teaching, or for the study of the Professions.
Physical Department.-The Physical Department is
intended for exercise and health. It is superintended
always by a master, who has the supervision and di-
rection of the pupils in all hours not taken up in the
exercises of the school, and instructs in agreeable and
useful exercises, promotive of health and happiness.
Manners and Habits.-Special attention is paid to
manners and habits. Association with the family, and
with occasional company, is, for their improvement,
encouraged. It is the endeavor to prepare the pupil
to move with propriety and ease in every circle of
Requirements.-The admission of pupils is restricted
to no particular age. But diligent attention to the
performance of duties, and propriety of deportment,
are expected in all who become members of the in-
Record and Reports.-A daily record of the deficien-
cies of pupils in their several classes is kept by each
teacher, which is weekly submitted by the principal
to each pupil; and, at the expiration of four weeks,
to the parents or guardians of each, in the form of a
Pocket Money.-Pupils have but little reasonable
use for pocket money. They are supplied by the wrin-
cipal with all necessaries, and more than these serve
only to create and nourish artifical tastes and wants,
which have an unfavorable bearing on future character
They will, therefore, be allowed no money, but at the
pleasure +of the principal. This rule is imperative:
and. enforced, saves expense to the parent and cha.

racter to the pupil. The Purser takes charge of al
moneys intended for the use of the pupils, and dis-
tributes only on an order from the principal. No ac-
counts will in any case, be made for the pupils, nor
will any expenditures be incurred for them, furtho thbu
the amount of money deposited for their use.
Wardrobes.-A directress is employed to take charge
of the wardrobe who devotes herself exclusively tc
that duty.
To save much trouble, every pupil should have each
article of his clothing distinctly marked with the ini
tials of his name, and possess a complete inventory o
the whole.
He should also have, as his own property a set o
brushes and combs, a" Bible" and a "Book of Corn
mon Prayer."
Examinations.-An examination is held every Fri
day of the divisions under the several Instructers, ii
rotation, and a general examination of all the division
at the close of each term. These examinations anr
open to the friends and patrons of the Institution.
Exhibitions.-An exercise in composition and de
clamation will conclude each of the semi-annual ex
Apparatus.-The Labaratory is furnished with appa
ratus sufficient for the requisite illustrations in the se
veral departments, and to exhibit practically the se
veral subjects connected with the course of study.
Terms.-The terms arc $230 per annum, payable
half yearly in advance. Requisites, such as fuel
lights, washing, mending, beds, bedding, books, sta
tionary, &c. are furnished, and without extra charge
Academic Year.-The academic year embraces fort.
six weeks, in two terms of twenty-three weeks each
Vacations.-There are two vacations. At the ex
piration of the first term, there will be a vacation o
r-----.1- *t c-I /*w-iP. r n thets ec.,ond. one a

- hours appropriated to study or recreation.
Attention is paid to the cultivation of those graces
r of manner and deportment which will fit the pupils fo
Singling ,in society with propriety and ease. As the
Rector always reserves to himself the right of forming,
e his household of such only as are willing to submit to
Sits laws, a silent, and gentle acquiescence in all it
regulations is made a requisite from every young lady
i admitted.
The pupils in all cases learn their lessons un
f der the immediate inspection and direction of thei
teachers, so that all requisite encouragement and as
f distance may be given in each study.
- The higher.departments of the French, Italian an
Spanish languages will be under the care of able mas
- ters. The study of the Latin will be cacouraged.-
a The French language is spoken in thc family, the pu
s pils in this department being under the charge of a gc
e verness qualified to discharge its duties.
The Institute is furnished with a complete and valua
- ble Apparatus, to illustrate the circle of the physical
- sciences, and regular lectures are delivered by gentle
men from the city of New York.
- The Institute opens annually on the second Monda
- in September, and closes on the first Friday in Angus
There is also a vacation of ten days at the Christina
holidays-and one of two weeks, preceding the first c
e May.
1 MyTERMS, &c.
i Boardcrs, $250 per annum, payable quarterly in ad
Svance. For this sum, the pupil is entitled to board an
y all necessaries connected with it, and tuition in th
i. English course. Extra charges are for music on th
- Piano or Organ, $15 per Quarter; use of Instrument
)f $2. Music on the Harp, $20 per Quarter; use of Ir
f tyrnmont .'. Music on the Guitar. 12: use of InI

T REV. J. F. SCHROEDER, D. D., Rector.
.HIS SEMINARY, to be opened on the first day
of October next, will offer many peculiar advantages,
for establishing the health, maturing the moral and in-
telleetual discipline, and. promoting the present happi-
ness and eternal welfAre of such young ladies as may
be admitted members of the Institow'. In all its plans
a careful reference has been had, to the experience of
the best Schools in Europe and our own country. Its
charges for board an-t,*don are moderate; an3 -no
pains will be spared to render it, in all respects, what
the most affectionate and solicitous parent or guardian
can desire. An earnest wish to afford his own daugh-
ters the best opportunities to cultivate their minds and
form their characters; is a pledge to those who may
confide their children and wards twthe Rector of this
Institute, that these also will partake of every beneilt,
that his observation and experience may enable him to
THE BUILDINGS AN1 GntUNDsarethesameethatwere
occupied by the Seminary of the Rev. Dr. Muhlenberg,
until the time of his removal to St. Paul's College, two
miles distant. The buildings are very spacious, and
admirably adapted to the purposes of the Institute; and
the grounds, comprising six acres of land, are beauti-
fully situated, within the limits of the town of Flush--
ing, seven miles from the city of New York.
qualified and experienced,are engaged in the several de-
partments of instruction. Thepresiding Governess, the
French Governess, and some of the Instructresses, also
will reside in the building, and be withthe pupils at all
THE TERMS for board and tuition, are a hundred and
fifty dollars for each session of twenty-one weeks,
payable in advance. All the extra charges, for music
and other elegant accomplishments, will be moderate.
For further particulars see the "Circular" of the Insti-
tute,published in the CHURCHMAN; or address, bymail,
the Rev. Dr. SCHROEDER, New York. All letters
for him, after September 15th, are to be directed to
Flushing, Long Island, N. Y.
10' A steamboat plies between New York and
Flushing twice every day, leaving the foot of Fulton
street, N Y. every morning and evening, and coaches
run twice a day from Williamsburg, opposite to the
foot of Grand street. Ferry-boats are continually pas-
sing between Grand street and Williamsburg, both by
day and in the evening. au5 tf
THIS INSTITUTION is located at Astoria, (late
Hallett's Cove,) Long Island. The village, already
extensively known as combining the highest advanta-
ges of beautiful scenery, animated water prospect,
health and retirement, is directly opposite 86th street,
and only five miles distant from the central part of the
city of New York. Access to the city may be had
hourly, by steamboat, railroad, or stages.
The Institute Buildings, erected expressly for its
accommodation under the immediate supervision of the
Rector, occupy a beautiful site, in a retired part of the
village, adjoining St. George's Church. The prospect
from the principal stories for variety and beauty is un-
surpassed, embracing an extent ot several miles on
every side. The grounds attached to the buildings are
sufficiently extensive to allow such exercise in the open
air as the pupils may require, and to indulge their taste
for ornamental gardening. In the immediate vicinity
are several beautiful groves and retired walks which
will be open to the pupils under the charge of their
governesses. Covered walks fdr exercise and recrea-
tion in bad weather, perfectly retired, will be provided,
and the strictest attention to the physical comfort of
the pupils will be paid by allf connected with the Insti-
tution. ,
The Rev. J. W. Brown, A. M., Rector of St. George's
Church, Astoria, is the Rector of the Institute. The
Wardens and Vestry of said church are ex officio its re-
sponsible Trustees.
Alexander H. Stevens, M. D., John Jacob Astor,
Samuel Stevens, Esq., Stephen A. Halsey,
John L. Riker, Esq., R. M. Blackwell,
B. K. Stevens, George C. Thorburnm,
H. Baylies, M. D., H. H. Stevens,
J. M. McJimsey, A. Stone,
George Chance, William Shaw,
Elijah Peck, H. Whittemore, Esq.,
Charles J. Gayler, John Field,
J. Craig, John Blackwell.
SRev. J. W. Brown, A. M., Rector and Head of the
Rev. C. Clapp, A. M., Chaplain and First Assistant
B. Servatius, French Language'and Literature.
Camerer, Instructor on the Piano and Organ.
Madame Servatius, French, Vocal and Instrumental
Miss R. C. Brown, Governess, and English Teacher.
Miss E. Lamb, Governess, Teacher in the English
Branches, Drawing and Painting.
Miss Julia R. Hall, Governess, Teacher in French
and English.
Miss A. E. Chdesman, Teacher in Preparatory De-
Miss M. L. Brown, do do do
H. Baylies, M. D., Family Phesician
Mrs. M. Morton, Matron.
The Institute is conducted on the plan of a tho-
roughly organized Christian family, the Rector, for the
time, holding the place of the parent, and as such re-
sponsible for the moral, religious and intellectual cul-
ture of his pupils.
The Institute is divided into three permanent depart
ments-Preparatory, Junior and Senior, over each o
which the Rector exercises constant supervision, and
to the studies of each of which he devotes his persona
An examination of the classes in each department
is held semi-annually, at which the parents and friends
of the pupils are desired to be present. A review o
Music is held semi-annually, in January and Augus
; of each year.
The exercises of each half-quarter are terminated by
a review, the reports of which are regularly forwaidem
, by the Rector to the parents of the pupils.
These reports also contain a record of the daily
proficiency and conduct of each pupil, made out front
, the class books of the Institute.
Drawing, Painting, Embroidery, Plain Sewing, &c.
1 are taught at such times as not to interfere with thn

e Wine, Porter and Claret Bottles, Corks do Rich striped and figured do. jel7 134 front Bums, with many additioaUl Poems; -wad I knoir,
Foreign and domestic Demijohns, different sizes Chines, foulard, plain and glace -_ TO LET.-An office in the upper part of by Sir Harris Nicolas< : L. ;*
s Souchong and other Teas Gros D'Afriques, plain and" changeable. store No. 20 Broad street. Also, nearly ready/a new edition in 5 i 8vo
r Loaf and Lump Sugar, in boxes and barrels Gros de Indes, do do jel3 -The Poems of E nd Spenser. EdJi with an
e St. Croix do in barrels Poult de Soies do do TO. R .The o mmodiousf L ofts and Original Memoir, by the Rev, J. Miffoe-& Forming
S Canton Preserved Ginger, Bordeaux Preserves Gros de Naples do do TO REN T.- e commodes -otsa i Vols 3 to 43 of the Aldie Edition of the iti
S Marseilles and Bordeaux Salad Oil* Rich light Silks, figured and plain, for even Couitin& Rooms of the fire proof or Poets. o -
s Old Java and Laguyra Coffee ing dresses f No. 35 Nassau street, between Liberty and Ce riti Pi
y Bunch Raisins, Almonds, Sperm Candles, different Rich white ,do do do for weddings dar streets. Apply to The Aldy prineted, by hition of the Biontaigh` Pt&aetie
sizs Rch nd et lac, f al te aovestyes jel2 tf C. H. RUSSELL & CO., 33 P' e st. fully prited, by Whittingham; containing nnmay~eces
Eg sizes Rich and jet black, of all the above styles J ..R.. of each author hilherto unpublished,- with- wiraits,
English Mustard, in whole, half and qr boxes | Poplins, plain and figured, &c. & FOR SALE, Real Estate a.t -con- eOriginal Mmo irs, and Notes, by the Rev. Jo Mit.
r Olives, Capers, Sardines, &c. &c. SHAWLS-Diaphanous, Net, Glace, Silk, plain il sisting of 54 lots of land, situated on the 7th and ford andihe Rev. Alexander Dyce, fcp. 8vro.. ,
GRACIE & CO., 20 Broad street. and changeable. J W118th Avenues, between 117th and 119th streets. The Authors already published are,- -"
Orders from other places will receive attention, and Mantillas, Paris Gause, Mouseline de Laine, Cash- There is by computation 70,000 loads of soil upon them, Thomson, 2 volumes; Collins, 1 volume; "
d forwarded to any part of the United States. fell mere, Thibet Wool and Fancy Hdkfs. of 'the above near which they are now levelling. These lots Will Ib Kirk White, 1 vohlume;Uowper, 3 volumes;`'-
- MBER.The subscribers will receive and for descriptions., sold as they now are, with the buildings uponthem.- Surry and Wyatt, 2 vohumes; Betts, .r't.
ard orders to their friends in Georgia which il EMBROIDERIES-Paris work, of the latest fast- Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS & CO., Pope, 3volmaes; Goldsmith, 1 vlme, .
be executed with prompt attention. The character of ions, Capes, Canezous, Chemizettes, Collars, Caps, jel2 21 Broad street. Milton,,,2 volumes; S hakapeare, IvoWRAW.-'
the Lumber on the Altamaha River, is too well know &c. FOR SALE-11 Lots of Land, situatedoft Dryden, 5 volumes, Parll I volum-e-
to require any description. -.,Prices for the same, with LCj4chiEgls n rec-hea, : eis and Goerick street;,btenRvigo wf, oue;Vug o.-
Sinformation as to suitable sized vessels, will be made LilBodBbbnt,&.Egngo l e d Stanton streets, six on Lewis and five on Akenside, 1 volume uinep;
al konoaplctotoGA E&CO Scriptions. Goerick. O11 Lewis steti ag oden building, Prior, 2 vol a ner; I vat.GMT~,I vaL
j- iv20 20 Broad st. THIN MUSLINS-Just opened, several cases of formerly occupied by the late Mr. EeKford as a mould WILEY &; P NAM, fmportenulor a wUay, "
e s l n s o n a d a e a l N Y ,a n d l -a t e r n o s t e r 1 ,
-Paris Muslins, new designs. loft. On Goerick street the land is open and a very aul Y., and Paternost o, L6
vy USSIA GOODS- The above, with his general assortment of Goods, desirable situation for a lumber yard or building lots. ECOND SERIES LORD BROtfiUM'S
t. J Out Shot Hemp, New Sable Iron, have been selected with great care, expressly for his Apply to DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, d STATESMEN.- WILEY & V A., Im-
is Sheetiags, bleached and, unbleached, city trade, and will be found to be of the finest fabrics e12 tf 2D I LBroad st porters, &c., 161 Broadway, have just r u -
f Diapers, Crash, light and heavy Ravens Duck, and manufacture. GOTHIC COTT'AGE FOR SALE.p Historical Sketches of Statesmen adho..futihed
Sail Cloth of XV; Bs lquins, Massloffs, Plot- HE OiEEN ROOM -Authentic Memoirs of the A. J SPOONER offers for sale the Gothic in the Timne of George HI ..
nnkorseHsi, san l otser t aksm, JL_ Green Room, involving Sketches, Biographical, ,,Cotage, owned by him, on the present line of Contents :-George IV; Lord. Ca a Earl
d- Horse Hair, IsinglassOakum, .ees 0e"ofa.. + ,oklnaS. meng rJ eacIV; Lo t .rd., ._.
Brstes firs, secls anuc s Critical, and Characteristi-orthe Performers of Hay Hen street western heights, -Brooklyn, a St. VincutSir j. Leach; .Rica ;Cr-
Brstles, firsts, secondsand Suchoys, Market Theatre, Theatre Royal, Dniry Lane, Covent ofmile distant from the South Ferry. The ran; LordEldon;,ir Wn. Sott; Sr -F1e
ie. R a wM arillsT h e a r e -. -se e,,.&u.re r o f a m ile d lst a ilt f r o m th e S F e r r y- ". T"h e ~l l
S Raw Quis, LseedGard Hempseed, &c. en, &c., 2 vols, 18mo, with several -potraits of q t is inall respects beautiful and commandin, Carnot; Abbe Sies, Neck e; Ma S eel,-
e For sale in low to suit purchasers, by situation 1s-inalrpcbuiln m .'N" 11
, jy3l GOODIE & CO. 64 South st. eminent performers. For sale by overlooking the Bay of New York. The house and Mirabeau family ; Napoleon; JehW ,o;
t, jy31 GOODIE & So WM. A. COLMAN, 205 Broadway. grounds attached, occupy four city lots. There is W"htington, &0, -
a- *8 .ie c n d .D .OS l publis.ed. viz: Londonewhichisssetile W & P .have also just reeivea- ,
) RY GOODS-100 caies Linen Cambrics aud (iUIDE BOOKS, recently pubhshed, viz: London, some shrubbery upon the place, which is susceptible W.&. hv a. ._-
--h BOOKS, rct pulshd vz.Lno -6 A- ftmost elegant residences Gray's) legyain aCountpy Cnurcni x..4'i*Vve

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ersforsale r anid Embroidbie, oa at dFR ENCHGOODS CHEAP-J.S.FOUNTAIN, by LITTELL&. CO., 270ChenutaStreet,Phila.- W e, :I"..
S w s k si~ n s 'a n.d" E m b r o i d e ri e s o f al l d e Js c ri p,?, dl I. I U ) I e l.h int 8 1 i x" o r y e a r pJ y a e a d vJ JU f t o rd 1 .. + el + + ,
Turke DPrints of ..ir. qu on h" d a rill siply of French 'Fancy and Staple Distant su ribnerA are requested to jrewva 5 note 25 pipes L on ,arti .
Turkey rued rints, of a,-supeor uity, and vry in pi .. +''" 1....: + ---- -
de rrae patternsw"- d DryGobdswhich-heitdesirous of close, the whole on account. pipes and qua-ter casks. 1
ea a or the largest part orthem, prviou theAtf Sp With the year 1830 begins the Seventh Volume&of a 1000 demijohlmso, omeoftwh.h-s i
Prassiaan Shawl or tembe st at whh time hi speci irtnesp expires, New Series, complete sets of which can be furnished was selected from the celeble
tem~ber, t which time his spbcial partners ip-expices
.irassia and Tfli do. according. to its own limitat ion. Batgainscan ;0 at Two Dollars a volume in numbers, or Two Dollarsa 500 dez old dboti'edA M
MrinCloth from e above soc au6 and a half, bound. The NewSee Is begun because yeyea o, part u d db w i
XCrn w ,=,+, +: e are no Ionger able -to-supply ordmenf)iomplete, ,.MroCoh ..... ,' "+w,,lam~ .II, dll I
Marseilles Skirts TEMFNSSUMME CL --Jure- sets of t^he Old.,
Linen and Cotton Tapes + ^ ceived a full %uJppiy of French Diap d'ete for _CONTENTS OF THB MA-.Y NM R ne._.oF_-
Turkey Red Yarn gentlemen's wear, comprising all the dark cloth colors; i p public Characters in the' R6i0 it e0 r II it.Linen aplSI- an F L'
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Prin"4.Muslins which will be sold at the lowest market prices, 6y IV;Enburg iw .r
Cotton.Hiery and Glove .J. S. FOUNTAN, 231 iBroadway, 2 Letters on PIrNa. Qarterly Review .:. Ni.,..
+- .... + + + l Irau Qu rterly Reviexw St. a. t .: '"+' 'l"-. ,lm.+.+
Ginghams and Pullieat Hdkfs Adjomingthe American Hotel. 3 FaseTaste-Dr C'anning; Einrburgh R, eview. S _' l zM 'm'.11 "
Gingham and Jaconet Ctravats ..0LORIDL HIRTS.-Fancy Colored Shirts, for 4 Diary of a Dutch Diplomatist in London; Monthly 50 casem:S"e" 1iIW2Ud.. .
Vestings, Plush, Cotfon Fringes, Nankeens, Boot- GJ travelling, sea voyages, fishing, huntuig, &d., for Chronicle 200 .rases 8 af 4 e, r a I .eI U
webbing, Bunting, tain Materials, Bot- sale at 14 Maiden Lane, by 5 Unpublished Letters of Mary Stuart; Foreign 50 cam .-. t tinu
ting Cloth, Brown Litions, Wadding, jyll' LANE & VAN ZANDT Quarterly Review Port Wine, very+ me,
Silks-viz: Flotonces, (reil Naples, Poult de "pRAS EMBR1OIERIES,. &e.-A. T. STEW 6 Field Marshal Suwaarofathe Campaigof 17P9; Hock Wines-er, heiX c)t.
Soie, Tafeta andFacy Ribbons,.' ita IF ART & CO. request the attention of customers Monthly Chronicle ., helmet, Rudeheisr, ad Iug. .. :
-to their large and extensieassortmentiofParis Work- 7 Gibbon;Bri'tish Ma ine ",T. ." _ff. is im u
Straw Goods-viz .; Leghorn Hats, Florence edMus nellerinesapes, ColrsCaps,&c.,whi 8 Natural Historyandishery of the Sperm Whale n -A. ER& .
BradsChi Flts.jyy 7: they now offer, for sale at, extremely low prices, from- Qatry eiwRIN?4ELI1, ~NTUIL1 a
T ECEIVED PER LAT3 ARRIVAJ--.Cae which no abatement can be made; in, addition to which L ast9Momens OPrince Talleyrand; Uned Ser f. *
L lMousselines de Lainer.great variety they will find a large assortment of Silks, Satins, vice Journal 10 o ..s... .. '* "s
Cases 64 printed Saxonies: Printed Muslins, and other materials for dresses, very 10 Tecumseh, the Indian Warrior; do wi; 10ah4.h$is esth0i'.w1 i
Do 7-8 do do much lower than market prices. 257 Broadway.T 11 Captain Harris's Travels.; Athsnaum f^ Pets, 4fo Wia _.-
Do London black ground Print jy3 l 3t 13 The Somnambulit; Mems. of America ".t,_.* 'o W M
Do do Faney d d TEAVY r 13 The Peace Offeringo -ddo sV LIonNEN o I; .NGSDAMASKS 13hPcOe
Do printed Window Blinds Hl c.---. & L. HOLMES, No. Maiden lane 14 The Monomaniac; do O. N tw..M1c5iROM
Do eot and ar dfhavec~eivedlarge of Lnen of15-Contributions to the History of Forgery ;. Monthly 7baes IN9a q -
Do Purple and IMoe meg Prints ... +-Chronicle 5....0 .p... -Oi
Do ~Swiss ,Mul oeisp Lwnts, different qualities and kiiM r f54,64,84, 10-4, 11-4, TO Mrs Brnton; C Edinburgh Turnal 2 casks sad 12 CSkL nfl.I '"
g~i~runton ^ ^ ?^ '^^ lM S .h ^ Einburgli 4urnal 12 caelm n Scssprjm.Xst^ .^
Do Book and Jaconet M hns, and 12-4 widths,.of the beat styles ;:.also, D..n .sk Ta- 17 A Visi onoftheViolet; Sunbeam Coffee
Do^ ^ f Musoik and Jaconet Mialins. .. ^
Do 64 Tae and Swiss Check Musns ble Linen, Table Cloths, Napkins, Towellings, 18 Nicholas Nickleby; Nickleb Papers 5 W .boe ;-Hrt --. .
D ImitatpEan Swissh P Check M sJust opened, a large assortment of Irish Linens, of the 19 Jack Sheppard; Bentley's Miscellany 2 50 quarter cask WeiMUe ybie -
Do Imitation Irish Poplin" different qualities; Long Lawns, Linen Cambrics, &c. 20 A Sabbathamong the Mountains-; Black.,ood's W Port Wine" -
Do Figured Satin Vestings and Silk Serge a the p o Jy tMagazine ,12 uds, cie M W-.
SHAWLS..", 1000 sheets Felt, for
Do Woolen Rob Roy Shawls and Hdkfs, all rpHE subscribers, in consequence of the advanced Subscriptions received at $6 a year, by Messrs CAR. 0 sheet Felt, for .ing
sizes .L state of the season, are-now selling the remain- VILLS, 108 Broadway, and E. LITTELL & CO., 1, 00 boxes Spean Candle e, asort.4. 40 .-
Do Worsted do "o do d&r of their stock of Summer Goods at very reduced Ph ladelphia. jl17 s, a I assortmentt ofbC tonlScialnd
Do Worsted and Cotton do do do prices, comprising- SPLENDID COUNTRY MANSION AN 5 tine P oe badck n7 pa a Ssfli ,
Do Black and Colored "henille Shawls. and French Printed Jaconets GROUNDS. FOR SALE.-The mansion of bac and'whiS i. ^'s, '' m, _-
Hdkfs r Pais satin striped Muslins t Lthe late Chancellor Sanford, .with the adjacent Shawls, Lustrings' Sewingb &c. '
Do new style colored and black Brochee Shawls Challies and Mouseline de Lame grounds, at Flushing, Long Island, will be offered for *.'
Do Printed Valentia,.Shiwls, new patterns Paris Embroideries, of the newest styles sale at public auction, in this city, on the 5th day of 'L" K. COLLINS & C0., 50 South s oir
Do rmte hall ,Small nguredprnnted Camorlcs
Do printed Chally and4Mousseline de Laine Small figured pntedCambcs September next.... ; l'- frale the followingarti.ler
Shawls. R. ich plain and figure Silks In point of extent and convenience, and in durabili. 150 h hds_.NOfSW-, ., V ..
With a great variety of other seasonable Goods, for Jet and bue black Bombaines and Crapes, &c. ty and beauty of structure, itis believed thatthe man: 200 alesBridVort Sail and Seime Twineg, comf
sale by the package, by ., HUGHES & GUYNET, sion is unequalled by- any priate residence in the ing the following numitber 36, 2, .0, -
GObFREY PATTISON & CO. jy261w 254Broadway. United States. Erected without regard, to cost, un 15i, 14, 13,O12iC 1,,9,,76,,,5,I1-1 b t, .
jyl8 tf No. 19 William st., up stairs. u cEN'S UNDER GARMENTo .-A large assort der the superintendence of an experienced archi- 20 Gill Nets ",
L P. DE LUZE & VOEZ, No. 34 Beaver st. IVM ment, varying in quality and size, of Shirts and tect ; -replete with every convenience that good~taste 100 bolts English Duck, awsaW J-H.sBbat1s'
L offer for sale Drawers of almost every description, suitable for the could suggest, or the best of workmanship accomplish,, 20-bales patent Sheathing Papei, hiintaU1t&mMW. /
WINES AND LIQUORS. present and coming season. Also, Hose and Half nothing is wanting to make it ah elegant and comnfor- of houses and bottomw of ships, a Aew artie.
20 pipes Holland Gin, Black Horse brand, superior Hose, of-all the different fabrics and sizes. Gloves, table residence. The mainbuildingis fifty-fourfeetfroit feb20
article, of Messrs. Wm. Paul$ F& Son, of Rotterdam. Hdkfs, Cravats, Suspenders.%PrussianDressing Robes, and rear, byfifty.fourdeep. The win are twenty-three CltVLON CINNAMON, &c.-1 bale T,4eyoIu hx-
10 half pipes Old Bordeaux Brandy, J. J. Dupuy. &c., with a large assortment of Hosiery and Under feet front, by forty-four feet deep. The buildings are namon, from the East India-Conmpany( .
30 half pipes Bordeaux Brandy, J. J. Dupuy, of Garments for Females. For sale wholesale or retail constructed of brick and marble, with marble coulmns -15 bbls Mace, Cloves, and Nutmeg...
good quality. at the old Hosiery Store, 14 Maiden Lane, by front and rear. The hall floors throughout the house 10 Parmason Cheese.
30 casks Bordeaux White Wine. ap27 LANE & VAN ZANDT. of Italian marble, and the stairs throughout the house 29 boxes Macaroni aad'VermieilL. A -' '.
20 casks Bordeaux Claret. -HEAP MUSLINS, FAULARD SILKS- & tl marble ;many ofhe rooms are &aved with French 10 ceases.Gorn Amb = I. -^4 +'*
8 casks Bodeaux Claret, of superior quality. The subscribers are now offering their remaining tile. The basement rooms, sumnrer kitchen, butlers For sale by A. ]INGER CO
50 cases Claret. stock of Fancy, and Spring and SummeroGbds, at .-room, &c. are paved with Bolton stone. The kitch- my7 141 11aSWy.
200 cases Chambertin Wine. greatly reduced prices. Among which will be fund: ens, laundries, &c. have every modem provement,
100 baskets sparkling Champaigne, Damotte branch French Printed Muslins, from 25c to 50c pcryard in the wa of ranges, bowlers, &c. The doors of the p OERS & CO., 55 Wall street, offer for
10 akt pakng areage aot rn rnc ntdMsis rm2cto5cprad .Y ofahoan The ban appa LI 600 hh, s LTobacco__" ."
an excellent article. Do do Cambrics, 18c to 37 1-2c. principal rooms 00 bales doac
24 cases Kirahenwasser. Do do Foulard Silks, 50 to 75c. ratus complete, and the baths of marble, manufact- .ud
50 cases Trieste Mareskino. Rich Plaid and satin striped Muslins, at 50c red in Italy The chimneyy pieces throughout the 462 hdsStm do : .
Also-100 bags Java Coffee. Paris Embroidered Capes, Collars, &c. very cheap house are of marble. The out-houses, stables, car- 250 131b boxes Imperial e a ...
10 casks Dutch Madders, C*p & Ombro. Fancy Silk and Net Shawls and Mantillas riage-house wood and gardener's seed rooms, ice 8 cases Pearl Buons
15 barrel Paris Green. Muslin Insertings- and Edgings house, storehouse, &c. are of brick. 62 cases German Beads
37casks Gum Sena Fanc Silk an 'Gaze a cas The woods adjoining the mansion, may be easily 20 tons Red Saunders (Wood) fma CalcutW .
8 casks Sulphate of Soda. Jel4 Infants'Frocks and Robes converted into a spacious prk. The situation is, in EINE TWINE AND NETS-Tie tllow-peas
H RUSSELL &'CO 33 Pine street, offer A variety of Materials for Boys' Summer Clothing all respects, eligible, being in a healthy location- .sortment: 25 bales 24 lbs. 16 do 18 lbs...'12
S or sale the following fresh imported British Dry jyl JAMES PATON & c within eight miles from the city-the site elevated, lbs.-15do 11 lbs 12 do 10lbs. 14do9t A. 8 I4- hs
G o o sa : elong s ASSoJACK ETS- o G s Ct J ; and with a commanding prospect, and the nei or- 5doeClbs. 10 do 5 lhs aa "S a # ",
Doas Cintz, P (P tRASS JACKETS-Canton Grass Cloth Jackets; hood embellished with delightful country seats, in the Bridort nufact r ed er
Linen highest staeooftcultivation.dport manufactory, received per lar*ransl1
Dark Cintz Prints k Linen, Cotton, and other Summer Shirts and highest state of cultivation. and saDle by s'-
Black Ground fancy do n Drawers; white and brown Cotton, Silk and Raw As it is presumed that the premises will be exami- jy20 E. K. COLLINS & 56 e
PrntedMernos and Saxony Cloth Silk, Worsted and Wool Hose and Half Hose; Linen, ined by persons desirous to purchase, no farther de- E BR. M NT. C AMp... A"
Pilot Cloths, blue and assorted colors, various qua- Silk and Cotton Summer Gloves; for sale wholesale scription of the property is deemed necessary.I "E BRIMONT IHAMPA1 .--T.b l i-
Beaver Cloths citiess and retail, at No. 14 Maiden Lane, by To persons who may have a splendid country re4i. a ben have, after a careful c.apturiaon .i& by
Flusing, ble ad asprtd coorsthem in France in the Chainpaa~i& distr 'WAM
Flushings, blue and assorted colors jel4 LANE & VAN ZANDT. dence in view, or to those who may wish to examine eirn" Frane m he .tn eg td
Fancy Cassimeres fHEAP SILKS, PRINTED MUSLINS, &ce- a building unsurpassed in beauty anddurability hof theWifnes'of te o0
Plain Black and Blue do The subserfibers offer for sale a large and hand- construction, it is only necessary to say, thatthep- m tey now have the pleasure of adofrin to tSe.
Blue Kerseys; Blue Stroude some assortment of seasonable dry goods, at the fol- mises are now open for inspection. jy 11tf a rich and fruity Wine, and'-Dos bsisig s1 e a.
Red Paddings, 3-4 and 64-4l n ,- ,, chm...ter ze he 9,h,,, Vide 43war ,
Broad Cloths, fine and superfine ery low prices, viz: -Tatvauae properyon te aig. From the supeno andeate
Ric ltsfn n sprieh figured Poult de Soic, at 6s per yard. J-FR A EThtvaube rp rtyon ok- p h~ caatrzete ~ exei
,;),, _. ,,a a~ + ..a .... a .+.., .... -y y,, ,, ..... comer of- i;i omer p uirr andt Hickscs steer.t=. rOK- t4ck f thsiesateate, foraivuof- chv r'm
Meios, -4 nd6-4 black ad assorted colors c^V ^^^ 1Y^^ ST^ 4ty of qal^ re
Super Satin, striped do, new style, Gss do. 1 rner rort of this esaatePLi.a....amtof.ity t're-
Cmpo mblet.. a assIrt--to rbav the
Cbt Vewyheavy plait 'do,, a .o .ceased.'ssidpt a.. u
Worsted Damaks French r ted Muslins and Jaconets, from 1P 6d, to 'Thee ground. is 6 ^ t ...w.i.th,. -frov&. a"ri .. l ebelled _,bs1-a&%%,l
Tartan Woollen -hawlv o -4s dQ. (bounded' by a atLot 6 d `ho h feet,) 'by140 &mlayFTW o,
Valencia do French printed Calicoessuperfine quality s6, Isdto indeh Thehousels50feeta w;:_;.......
Worst ed d o t i d square, with pan Received by recent arrivals of the abose Wn4.- -.
ht4v.do. .. .." triesbat room and water closets, attached on the 100 baskets WhiteSparkling Sitleryqin atq'0,10
Broche Silk and Cotton do Mouslin do eLaines, all wool, quality fine and hand- ri-, nbtishfingished with plate glass, ant"plated fur- -"do do do do in:
iltmar'nock Bonnets o^ tersa xrme"lw ie rear and is in Sp a-.,.rklingo u o a mpng $.
SKia osB o nts some patterns, at extremely low prices. niture trimmings, furace, speaking tubes, Berlin 100 ca Oeil de Perdix, Sille, -
kta Pelvs t tSi axtin hae r and striped hal Linen Camb. grates, and other modern improvements, being al which is offered consumers and to t
l Hdain s emmed ari. embroidered Lien Cambc to any of the recently built houses of its-size in ew sonable terms. A. .BINJNG- COI. "
BlankeTsLnV lAlso- qua ;dkwL is, G ', ad Mv ad York, and is in complete order-with a large brick sia, mvll tf 14L.Brml'Wq.
Blankets, London Duffllvarious qualities ; twilled Ladiee anet.d Misses'.Gloves and Hosiery, in .ble and coach house on the rear of the lots. Terms UPONT'S GUNPOWDEt.-4u1Vdt.
Bvr ai..made favorable, and possession immediately. .. t.
with Fancy ends, White Green, Blue, and Scarlet The above, together with every description of hand- Iqi e in and ot her kinds, for .sa1, byb
.... ..YD...a e t hesmn anquire of Dr.BOYD comer of Remsen and Hen-mi
Blankets. m fancy goods, suitable forladies' dresses, are now streets, Brooklyn, or of JNO H CORNELL, ers. Also, Eagle Gunpwder, in criistoer-so
O SOUTHERN AND WESTERN MER- offered for sale, at unusually low prices. Purchasers sq., Cashier of the Mechanic's Banking Association, n.. Dupont's Eagle Powder is .ais s.r.
CHANTS.-The subscribers offer sale, in lots to are invited to examine and judge for themselves. New York. je27 tf quicker and stronger thanany other sa r,
suit purchasers, and on favorable terms, a large as- jy27 A. T. STEWART& CO. 257 Broadway. t ,, A ,h sb heretofore imported. "The da.erttidm igle
sor......nt ..of Wie, viz: TI FE PRESERlVERS -Mfanufactured in the city, + srbr K feP E osTaTe, bROA'WA .the sub-at Powd.. ter ar e allofteesam quitbfg iwf
Madeira, in butts, pipes, hhds, qr. casks and barrels dof double .India Rubber Cloth,-in the fonrm of 3, "Isrbrofsfr sale..by :prvt contract. the tured by th ar .~ proes, and of niaterial equ eal
Do in cases of one dozen each, part very old betsan. vst. o sal singly or by.the.dozen 14 m~entire Block of Ground in the 5th W.ard, bound- purity; they differ only-in the siue of the mrs.-
an3 choice b ed by Broadway and Mercer street, Washington and Superfine Sporting Pewder is made ohuv swie.
Sherry, pale, brown and old, in various packages Maiden Lane, by LN & VA r ZAND Waverley places ; being the most splendid ie for pri the largest grain being deignated by a.red aim, with
:. r :,_r o jel.4 *, u.z ,, 'ate dwellings, or for a church, in the city. The ground stars. ". + ":
Dort do does h d o. a d o in. glask s URTAIN MATERIALS, F UR NITURE, CO- is on the most elevated part of Broadway, and sur Also, Gunpowder in kegs, warranoted oftbe fts
Do in cases of onq dozen, bottled at Oporto .J VERING, yc-jm 'tu w. onea ~ vumennrvm s .. .qayo the fol mg kin~ds++. '..
f StT. Luc r Wine, Tenerif s-id Cana-y Broadway, have for sale a very extensive assortment It will be sold in one parcel, or divided into 15 qi FF and FFF glazed, FFFand 'FFotigh
Marseilles Madeira, sweet and dry Maag of every description of materials suitable for Curtains. Lots, viz : 7 Lots on Broadway, (embracing the whole Cannon, or Musket, or Primnf r -....
Muscat in qr. casks barrels and boxes Also, coverings for sofas, divans, lounges, chairs, &c., front from Washington to Waverley places,) of about OP MP pf.. ..r **
Pico Madeira, Sicily do, Vin de Grave in tapestry; colored hair cloth ; satin damasks, in me- 26 by 96 feet each ; 4 Lots on Washingtoin, and 5 do. NP NP' "P NT *
t Sauterne French Port red and white Hermitage dallions and figures ; rich brocade satins, &c., with the on Waverley place, of 26 by 92 feet each. These three last kinds are called Navy Powder, be
White and red Lison,' Bu.cellas do necessary trimmings, cords, tassals, &c. to match; all In case of a sale in separate lots, a uniform style of ing of the quality manufactured for the Ujited 8telms
s Maraschino, Bordeaux Anisette and Cordials of which are offered at moderate prices. je30 improvement will be required, atid stipulations against Navy. They answer the' hst .for b]owing(. ,k-- on
t Sparkling Champaign, of various brands, quart .... ,N DRY GOODS, AT MODE- nuisances. The title is indisputable, and the terms account of their very eat atrernthj. r
and points F FAANCPYE (To Strangers.)--Strangers will be accommodating. For further particulars, an CAdY & CO. 90 gine stret.
r Hock Wine, do do, Sparkling visiting the city, will find at FOUNTAIN'S Fancy a iew"of them a ,apply to DxcNn.e Po :w r is warrant nuipe, sint al as
d Bordeaux and Marseilles Claret, in wood and glass Dry Goods Store, No. 231 Broadway, adjoining the J. GREE1N PEAR SON, 29 Merchants' Exchange, is purchased from our agents, or those who are .lw
&c. &c. American Hotel, an entire and complete assortment of fe9 Hanover st. to be suppliedby them. ........... "
y ALSO, all the various styles and descriptions of New French J[& TO LET-The Stores, 132 and 134 Front E. J. DUPONT, DENEMOURS A OU.
n London Porter and Brown Stout, qts and pts Dry Goods, suited to the season, at such prices as ,jiH street, corner Pine street, an excellent situation Wilhington, DeJ. : :
Burton, Scotch and English Pale Ale, do do will be satisfactory ; among which are the following : ".lg for a Grocer or Commission Merchant. Apply T UST PUBLISHED, in 3 vo aesa,fcp, s'ldth-
Havana and Principe Segars, of various brands SILKS-Rich Changeable, or Glace to GRINNELL, MINTURN & CO. J Prckering's new Aldine Edition < the Poets oe"

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Tb. Argus, wia appva*0t seriousaeep, proposes
1to. u to taubhidk j ift,'l' s, articles which,
whe .appearing in that r, we characterised as
"trhy" and as "vapid efou ofarty sple."
We have really top much resp4alnd
sdacstanding of our readers to a them
mch nm eiatg does---albeit they might establish
s w.l entire confidence they would, that such
.i paw a the aforesaid attieles, "are injurious
only to thoee who forge their "
In lthe ame category. of self-recoiling arms-
n y be inelud$ a cornmupication ia th!Argus on
,he subject of the twins named by some resident of
Sanetely, after-hc Governor. This latest wit-
Stinela% fwm the same pen, has the additional zest
for r0a4mr the Argus of being a little in-
decent-and a1go6d dal asty.
One ca&mot, indeed, bit be struck with the amaz-
ing littleness of the assaults of the State paper
-upon the Chief Magistrate of the State, and those
aiOing his adiBin4e at ion. 1ost pitiful
Swnoa. l lhe catching up incidents
indifferent at best in themselves, become
iieimkous only by the exaggeration, or through the
Rliaeretion of third parties-and the turning these
- iqaut the Governo and the members of theEx-
*tl Government-seem to constitute the wor-
t-y employment and pastime of the caterers for
S Argils, who ar understood to be the Ex-Re-
,genledon by the Ex-Governor. In one sense,
bahowwmver, such a warfare is not without its points of
"tieOewstion, since it proves, that in public and
406ci. acts,'there isnothing that can be distorted,
t by such carping adversaries, into unfaithful-
n. r incapacity. '

;.N' mTH CaaoLINA.-The Petersburg (Va.) In-
"ell gscer brings a report that Hilliard is elected
etCongres in the 6th district, over Hawkins, the
1tAe memuberby a majority of three votes. Both
ae Vasnfuren m .en,-but the former, being .the
S'InregujAr"-candidate, was generally voted for by
the Whip.- There was no Whig candidate in this
t Mr. Clay reached Saratoga on Friday afternoon,
and, according to a letter in the Albany Evening
Joiuraal of Saturday, was enthusiastically received
A large procession, on horseback and in carriages,
)lad gone out to meet him, which drew up, on ar-
fk at Saratoga before the United States Hotel,
whea iMr. Clay was received arid addressed by John
W.td'j&r;, Speaker of the House of Representa-
t e far aevead years-after Mr, Clay. Mr. Clay's
iK y h ated moe than an hour, and is described
*A.aught with feeling and eloquence. From 5 to
"M pe"omwa are represented as present.
Th ladies seem to have taken part in the re-
seption, a when Mr. C. alighted and was mount-
the:,tepa of theHotel, a wreath of roses was
kpied from the u ppeLr balcony uypon his brow..
4k..'-swin-toom Gener was present to,
*1rtl3SRlutatio*5 ~wi^MIk/ *)1 The Preei-'
.al the United States, and Secretaries Forsyth
*t ?oinsett, who were inmates of the same' hotel
en the previous day, had disappeared-the Preui-
ien&og to BallUton that morning, the Secrets-
. tim -g their departure the evening before.: Mr.
smp ied the rooms vacated by the President.
"'i ma tiun about.-
i^ '. .- '
' -.Sl^rin the Gazette gives the following
terti L r Van Buren's reception at Troy :
E" C ttgs and.. ,.rt., 70
' N twiperuon tmsani, 320
'N, f ber fbotse., mounted, 72
'."ar uafunn companies, 157 men.
^ Olfers, 20
1.The military, however, made a fine appearance,
particularly the two companies from Troy, the
Union Artl1ry and tlh City Guards.

i Fr-'Prom teNewarkT Daily Advertiser.]
.."&lB kg predicted "flood of gold" has come !
Athpeoplea ( e great vaHeymust-be luxu-
t1g m all the'~ 1 igs of the golden age. The
*dvanciugtide sems to haebeen shut out 'of this
bazdudea district by the Alleganies, but we can
'ei ngme hw our late suftfering friends in Mis-
amr rmoiing in the midst, of the glittering
.=tt itellence reached us in a let-
.. ao, dec-lining a dinner on-the 4th
i wte.iemty, Miwoi. He appears t Ihave
%nu no&..o red wi*- the glories certainty of
It, him: "
I'le tew Ur congratations, gentlemen,
S ta a e'of the country, and th1 prospects be-
n a pwe and Pressure have ceased ; the ficti-
.w-.wof ditraess is hushed; the threat to sue all
* as qubided ; the travelling agents of alarm
,mdd tM .mopagadists of federal bankism have left
-eighitway. and returned to their homes; the
6jd 'ibmmV Is restoring to the country the real
W4 oid.jmo-y of your forefathers; the incubus
t e,. tl national bank, is down, and the
mecn prosinty is up. For these bless-
m h idbte under God, first to your
who ve yuu the-fmrm of government
-ieh you livj; seiondly, to yourselves,
"it6 thetAce, who, following the
~ov endeavored tp carry on
seo the intention of its
ake R a govetmenL~fr the benefit
..ad the equal advantage of all, and
',W tie benefit of the few, and
a of privileged classes and

'The Harriar C Vhronicle states that for some
-weeks aoan ofCOe minio q.je hvdred and fifty
Stbmasind dollars]hs been advertied BIy the present
administration of the State, intended to 'pay ff
sine temporary .loans now due. Proposals who,
to have been received until the first of August,
Sbut up to that day anot a single bid was made.
Private letters r tIk d in this city announce
that John Bell of Teani e, is re-elected to Con-
gress by 1272 majority. onceming the Gover-
nor's'dection the accountalkte varying.
[From the National tiigencer.]
At this moment, besides tie President of the
United States himself, -the follNWtig high officers
of the Government are absent feom the city, and
will cont'ina absent for some weeks, viz:
'T he Secretary of State;
The Secretary of War ;
The Secretary of the Navy;
The Attorney General;
The Postmaster General.
SThe Globe, in allusion to this .paragraph, says,
the President can as well fulfil his duties at Sarato-
ga as at Washington. Could not Mr. Adams have
done likewise at Quincy ? Yet he was not permit-
ted, by the rabble reute controlling the Globe, to
visit the abode of his family without all sorts of ri-
baldry poured out against him.
Mr. Woodbury is now the Governmment-and as
he is said to be in the hands of the Bank of Ameri-
ca of this city for his daily bread-we do not see-
on the principle of the schoolmaster, who claimed
that he ridled the country, because he whipped the
boy, that governed the mother, who ruled the fa-
ther, who was Chief Magistrate of the nation-
but that the President of the Bank of America, is
defacto, and for the time being, -President of the
United States.
It may serve a good purpose to put this upon re-
cord in your paper when you have roOm for it.
Members of Congress appointed to office by the
President from 1834 to 1839.
William Wilkins, Pennsylvania. 'Senator 1834.
Minister to Russia, salary $9000, and 'outfit $9000
John Forsyth, Georgia. Senator 1835. Secre-
tary of State, $6000.
*Edward Kavanagh, Maine. House of Repre-
sentatives, 1835. Charge to Portugal, $4500,
outfit $4500.
*Robert T. Lytle, Ohio, House of Represen-
Statives,'1835. Surveyor General, Ohio, $3000.
Humphrey H. Leavitt, Ohio. House of Repre-
sentatives, 1835. District Judge, $1000.
Jesse Miller, Penisylvaniia. House of 'Repre-
sentatives, 1836. First Auditor, $3000.
Andrew Stevenson, Virginia. Speaker, 1836.
Minister to England, $9000, outfit 9000.
James W. Wayne, Georgia. House of Repre-
sentatives, 1836. Judge of Supreme Court,
$4500.. J
*Leonard Jarvis, Maine. House of Represen~a-
-tives, -3.-- Navy Agent, Boston, $2000.
*Gorham Parks, Maine. House of Represen-
tatives, 1837. Marshal of Maine, $1000 (estima-
George Loyall, Virginia.' House of Represen-
tatives, 1837. Navy Agent, Norfolk, $2000.
Edward Lucas, Virginia. House of Represen-
tatives, 1837. Superintendent at Harper's Ferry,
Edward A. Hannigan, Indiana. House of Rep-
reseltatives, 1837.' Register of a Land -Office,
Michael W. Ash, Pennsylvania. House of Re-
presentatives, 1837. Navy Agent, Philadelphia,
*Felix Grundy, Tennessee. Senator, 1838. At-
torney General U. S., 4000.
Ransom H. Gillet, N. York. House of Repre-
sentatives, 1837. Indian Commissions, 2000.
Henry A. Muhlenburgh, Pennsylvania. House
of Representatives, 1838. Minister to 'Russia,
9000, outfit 9000.
Arnold Plunmmer, Pennsylvania. House of
Representatives, 1838. Marshal Western District,
"Samuel HF. (ohofa lBlt;-ous of
'Reprm*ntatives, 1638 -Judge of the District of
"Pennsyhvania, 2000. -
Isaac S. Pennybacker, Virginia. House of Re-
presentatives, 1839. Judge of Western District of
Virginia, 1600.
*Ely Moore, New York. House of Represen-
tatives, 1839.- Naval officer, 3000.
Sum total of these annual pensions, $72,600.
Of-the above 8 gentlemen marked *, seven had
been rejected by the people at elections held before
their appointment-and-one (Mr. 'Grundy) by the
Legislature of his own State.
Such is a specimen of the profession and prac-
ticef the party leaders, whose gross unfaithfulness
has forfeited the confidence and. support of scores
who, like our correspondent, were among the most
trusted and honored of the "original -Jacksonmen."

Mr. Buchanan, at a late Loco-Foco celebration
in Philadelphia, toasted Col. Benton as "Gen.
Jackson's right arm." If Benton is not a right

arm to the old General, he ought to be. Having
shot the old man in the dexter arm and rendered it
unfit for use, he is unquestionably bound to let
himself be used in place of it.-[Louisville Jour-
nal.] .
[From the Newark Daily Advertiser.]
SMR. EDITOR :-I am one of those who supported
General Jackson for the Presidency, and accorded
with the doctrines and principles avowed by him
before, and at the time of his Election : and Ihope
you will pardon me when I say, I have iot, after
experience and observation, changed my opinions.,
But, 'Sir, my old friends' and associates have, I am
sorry to say, left me almost alone, not only in opin-
ion but in' practice. I do not know a single in-
stance in which the administration during the last
fiveyears has acted according to the profession up-
on which they came into power. Let us instance
one among the many.
SThe appointment of Members of Congress to of-
fice by the Executive was most decidedly opposed
by General Jackson as corruption of the worst
sort; as exercising a corrupt influence on the Re-
presentatives of the t'people, as bribing members to
a support of the views of the Executive, and paying
them with the public money. He advocated an
amendment of the Constitution, prohibiting the ap-
pointment of a member Congress to any office
during the period for which he was elected, and
forone pear afterwards. All the world know that
this part of bur doctrine has been reversed in prac-
tice, and to prove it (were proof necessary) let me
refer you to a list I have made out from memory,
on looking over the names of the members of Con-
gress during the last few years, by which I find
that TWFNTY-ONE members have been, i" th
short time of five yearse,'"pOinted tohonorable ap-
pointments worth lItore .t han TENTY THOUSAND
"OLL 4IS kayearin thi. AO gregate,- Oad averaging
about $,50W i,-4iete-eacrtfaithfirl partizan of
Executive poar.' -"- "

tFrom the RichsuwmdWhy.J
STux PLUNDElERS.-Tje ibjiomined article, made
up from officialdoemnents, will exhibit the care-
lessneis of'the Administration in reference to the

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twenty-nine thousand seven hundred and Twenty-
four.dollars. -[See Doc. No. 2, p. 148.]
1 5th.. On.-'the samie day there remained in the
ha-nds of 4 agents'" of the Engineering Depart-
ment un 0counttrd fbr, two millions ninety-four
thousand eightt hundred and sixteen dollars.-[See
Dotc. No: 2, p. 187.]
6th. On. the same day there remained in the
hands of the agents of the Topographical Bureau,
unaccounted fot, forty-five thousand nine hundred
and sixteen dollars. [See Doc. 2, p. 351.].
7th. On the same day there remained in the-
hands of the agents of the Ordnance Department,;
and unaccounted for, one hundred and thirty-eight
thousand eight hundred and sixty-one dollars.
[See Doe. No. 2, p. 395.]
8th. On the same day there remained in the
hands of the agents of Indian Affairs, and unac-
counted for, two mil'ons four hundred and ninety-
one thousand four hundred and eighty-four dollars.
[See Doc. No. 2, p. 505.]
S9th. On the same day there remained in the
hands of another set of agents attached to the De-
partment of Indian Affairs, unaccounted for, six
millions five hundred and forty-seven thousand five-
hundred and sixty-one dollars. *[See Doc. No. 2,
p. 507.]
Thus you see, that while the Government was
actually borrowing money, it had in the hands of
its agents, unaccounted for, near FIFTEEN MIL-
LIONS OF DOLLARS on the 30th September,
Of the before mentioned sums of money, it is
already ascertained that about eighty thousand dol-
lars had been lost to the Government by the de-
falcation of two of the agents in whose hands
it was placed, and how much more of it has been
lost, and will be lost, it is impossible to tell, but
that much of it will be lost, there can be no
INSmUVNOw IN MATHE MATICS.-To all students
who desire to qualify themselves in 'Mathematics,
either for West Point, the career of civil engineer-
ing, or any other, where accurate and profound
knowledge in Mathematios may be required-we
commend, in a most special manner, the card of
Mr; Ross, late of the Army, and for many years
Professor of Mathematics in West Point.
We speak from persona] knowledge, when
we say, that Mr. Ross combines, in a very remarka-
ble degree, the qualifications of a successful in-
structor. He is an enthusiast in his science, and
enjoys the development of young minds,'as he is
training them toknowledge, almost as much as he
does the demonstration of some abstruse and
difficult problem. The card may be found among
the advertisements.
NAVAL.-The U. S. ship Erie, commander
Taylor, arrived on the 26th at Pensacola. The
Erie was last at Tampico, having previously- been
at Vera Cruz. Our minister, Mr. Ellis, says the
Pensacola Gazette, was received with all the hon-
ors that could be shown him there. A military
escort was sent to conduct him. to Mexico, and
the public authorities seemed anxious to make
every ;possible demonstration of respect towards
[From the Army 4- Navy Chronicle.]
FLORIDA.-One of the greatest impediments to
a successful prosecution of the Florida war, and the
most serious obstacle with which our army had to
contend, was the want of an accurate knowledge of
the topography of the country. There is no ques-
tion whatever, that much of the blood and treasure
that have been expended, would have been saved,
had a reconnoissance of the country preceded our
military operations. We are likely, however, to
be better prepared in future, should circumstances
require another campaign. Besides the officers of
the Corps of Topographical Engineers, who were
assigned to duty in Florida and have been actively
employed, the officers of the line of the army have
not been idle ; but together they have obtained a
pretty thorough knowledge of the topography of
the whole Territory.
Capt. Mackay and Lieut. J. Edmund Blake, of
the Corps of Topographical Engineers, have con-
structed a map, mostly from their own personal re-
connoissances, and partly from the surveys of offi-
cers on duty in the field. From the manner in
.... ..-*, -' honld iedu.-,,t- ,
portion of the Territory had been unexplored.-
'EveryTiamnmock, swamp, lake and river, is minute-
ly traced. r
Some idea may be formed of the operations of
our troops, from the fact that upwards of seventy
forts have been established. Part of these, it is
true, are now abandoned, a portion of them are
merely stockades, and others again have scarcely
any outward defences.
Besides these, there are twenty or more forts
laid out under the plan of Gen: Taylor, of dividing
the Territory into squares, and named numerically.
There are also, in the vicinity of the Okeefeeno-
kee swamp, near the southern boundary line of
Georgia, fourteen military posts. -
SA general Court Martial has been ordered to as-
semble at Fort Winnebago, Wisconsin Territory,
on Monday, the 2d of September next, and will be
composed as follows:
Lieut. Col. A. Cummings, 2d infantry.
Major M. M. Payne, 2d artillery.
Bvt. Major R. A. Zantzinger, 2d artillery.
Major W. Hoffman. 6th infantry.

Bvt. Major T. Staniford, 8th infantry.
Major E. A. Hitchcock, 8th infantry.
Captain G. Wright, 8th infantry.
Capt. E. Backus, of the 1st infantry, is the Judge
NAVY.-Martne Corps.
Changes since the 1st Jnl,y 1839.
2d Lieut. Lafayette Searcy, on the 8th July, '39,
joined at Head-quarters for duty.
2d Lieut. Addison Garland, on the 25th July,
1839, ordered to the frigate Brandywine, at Gos-
port, Va.
lat Lieut. Apchd. H. Gilespie, on the 29th July,
1839, joined* at Head-waittes from North Carolina,
74; on the 31st, orezed to report for duty at
New York.
S1st Lieut. Geo. H. Tesrett, on the 26th July,
1839, joined at Head-quarters, and on leave of
Capt. Benjamin Mamtnber, on the 27th July,
1839, ordered to relieve Lieut. Col. Broom in the
command at New York.
'P. G. HOWLE, Adj't and Insp.
Head-quarters of the Marine Corps,
Adjutant and Inspector's Office,
Washington, 2d August, 1839.
THE STEAMERS AGAIN.-The brig Padang, Pinck-
ney, reports that, on the 3d instant, lat. 50, 10, long.
64, at 7 o'clock, A. M., was passed by the steam ship
Great Western. At 10 o'clock, A. M., in the same
latitude and longitude, (being becalm'ed) was passed
by the steamer British Queen, about 30 miles behind,
Captain P. says they both passed near enough for him
to see the people on deck.
The bark Bevis, Scudder, fromnBrew, reports
having, on-the 3d instant"ia- at.i, 40,long. 66, seen
two large steam ships, one 20 miles ahead of the other,
and 40Ciiiles from Sandy Hook.
THEm STEAMSHIPS.-The ship Charlotte, of Ports-
mouth, N. H., arrived last evening from Bristol,
(Eng.) reports having seen on the 5th inst. at 5 P. M.
lat. 42, long. 65, one of the steam packets hence for
England, and the next morning at 4 A. M., saw the

V FROM MExTeo,-;Neis6 hws been received atlf
New Orleans from the oy of Mexico, to the 8th,
and froia-VeraCruz tote 14th ult. inclusive. ;The
-greatest tranquillity pre'iled throughout the Re-.
public. Santa Ana waS,.still the President ad inte-
rim, and, thoughin aprariGus state of health, ex-
ercising the functions his office with increasing
applause and success. 'B stamente was momen-
tarily expected in the cital. The expedition to
Tampico being crownedwith such entire success,
his return was every where greeted with the most
enthusiastic demonstra:4ons of affection and regard.
According to theI' .Diaridel Gobierno,' Santa Ana
and-, he are to effect te most salutary reform in
the Constitution, to do.Iway with the cause of the
late disastrous disaffection, and conciliate all par-
ties. : .
All the Federalists who gave themselves up to
'he disposal of the Government are to retire to
their farms, and never to reside in a city, or near a
fortification, under pain of death.
Urrea was sentenced by Santa Ana to be ban-
ished for six years, but, while on his way to Vera
Cruz for embarkation, he made his escape at Pc-
rote on the 30th ult., and has not been heard of
since. !
Lemus was chased out of Monterrey by Canali-
ze : he and his brother fled to Monclavo. Ac-
cording to the papers in our possession, the ca-
reer ofthis General is of late marked by much bar-
In several States in tie interior, the small-pox is
raging with great violence.
Throughout the' whole Republic the censorship
,of the press is maintained with the greatest rigor;
but the foreign merchants resident in Vera Cruz
have been allowed, and are about 'establishing a
splendid exchange or reading room in'that city, on
the European plan.-[Bulletin.]
[From the Correspondence of the Louisianian.]
VERA CRUZ, July 14,1839.
No news in the interior. Santa Ana is expected
shortly in his hacinda de manga del calvo. Busta-
mente should be on his way to Mexico to take the
reins of Government.
$200,000 of the second instalment are on the
way from Mexico t9 Vera Cruz. The Mexicans
give this the greatest punctuality. This money
will arrive only a few days after being due.
Commercial affairs have a good appearance.
There has not been as yet any arrivals from Eu-
rope, and the want of goods is immense.
Gen. Urrea is to jo to Europe.
The Tobacco crp of the United States, will
amount this year, it is estimated, to 100,000 hhds.
Last year it only reached 72,000 hhds, viz:
In Virginia, 26,000
Kentucky, 27,000
Maryland, 16,000
Ohio, 3,000
Caors OF 1839.
In Virginia, 45,000
Kentucky, 35,000
Maryland, 16,000
Ohio, 4,000
The Exports to foreign countries is usually about
four-fifths of the entire crop.
If the description below be not very much exag-
gerated, our gardeners should lose no time in pro-
ducing the Mascal Plant.
This extraordinary vegetable production, (a de-
scription of which has never been published,) is
only to be found on the Rio Grande, and its tribu-
tary streams, N. W. of the Mexican republic. It
grows spontaneously on the most barren and sterile
mountains in that country, and is as much esteemed
as.an article of food by the Mexican Indians,*as is
the Buffalo, the Elk, and the Deer, by their more
northern neighbors. The Mascal grows in the
shape of a cabbage head, and may be found as
large in size as a half barrel; it is thickly covered
with sharp prickly protuberances to the length of
from twelve to eighteen inches ; the root is very
small, the head has also a thick covering of leaves,
much resembling in shape those of the1 Plantain
tree, which are very juicy, and when prepared for
eating in the same manner as the head, afford a
sweet and nutritious beverage, answering every
purpose to allay thirst.
The process used for cooking this plant is very
singular, yet if digressed from in a single instance
the Mascal is spoiled and rendered unfit for use :
it consists of digging a hole or pit in the ground to
ed with a layer q, hated rocks on which the Mas-
cal is to be placed with the root downward, a thick
coat of leaves and bushes must be thrown over the
mouth of the pit, over all of which is to be lain a
thin coat of dirt just lfsficient to prevent the heat
or steam from escaping. In this situation must the
Mascal remain (according to Indian computation)
for three days and three nights, when it may be ta-
ken out and will be found perfectly cooked, and
most delicious. In flavor it resembles a ripe mel-
low peach, each succeeding day adding to its good
qualities ; it increases in excellence by age. One
plant alone do the Indians subsist upon for months,
being perfectly satisfied with their food, and es-
teeming it above all other. About half a pound of
Mascal is by them.deemed sufficient to satisfy the
,cravings of hunger for a day, and is always carried
with them on their' hunting and other excursions-
as I before observed, the leaves of this favored
plant contain a rich and beautiful beverage, al-
though forming a most extraordinary combination
of food and drinks thus affording another illustra-
tion of the beneficence of a kind Providence in se-

curing even to the wild and untutored savage a
luxury which their more favored aiad civilized
brethren might well envy.
I have seen the Mascal so thick in some places
as to form an almost impenetrable front of thorns
as formidable in appearance as would be the sane
number of glittering spears covering the whole ex-
panse of the country as faras the eye could see, in
travelling through which the incautios or unwary
will not be remindedby a gentle stab, of the neces-
sity there is to h4te a care.
I may also mention that many of the peasantry
of the states of 1,wora and Chiauahua, bordering
on this country, aso cultivate the Mascal in their
fields and garden" and I have been informed distil
it into liquor, which is said to be excellent and not
inferior to the best Jamaica rum.-[St. Louis Ar-
[From the Philadelphia North American.]
BEEF.-The price of an ox at Buenos Ayres
was, at the date of a recent letter, two dollars, and
twenty-five pounds of beef could be bought for
seven cents!
The vast plains or pampas of La Plata constitute,
undoubtedly, one of the most remarkable features
of the Western continent. It is well known that
they swarm with wild oxen and horses, which hav-
ing been originaRy brought from Europe by the
Spaniards, have multiplied in those fertile regions,
and become almost innumerable. They are suppos-
ed to have been introduced about the year 1680. It
has been said th 'ten thousand horses are some-
times seen in a single company. They are usually
of a dark sorrel cr, and are easily broken. -
The hides, hair'ad tallow of the wild cattle of
the pampas have formed the chief article of export
from the country watered by the La Plata. The
cattle are taken pursuing them on horseback,
and throwing a k lthern noose over their heads.
The flesh is oftenathrown away. ,
TOMATO.-Amon the many valuable qualities
attributed to the Tomato, (and we know of no vege-
table that has boenjso grossly flattedd) we are not
aware that its power of extracting stains has ever
been noticed. We are informed, by one who has

NIBLO's.-This eveniuig aqobrie1Uazel.takes his
benefit. .lis bill is uattsual% l tve, and the
patrons of. this establishiimnt.- tudbtl1i gladly
rspond to the appeal of this highly thlehted artist.
M*r. tfto is re-engl*d, and will aipean t0-mr-
row evening in two of his most popular pieces. *.

AulAUti, August 8.
JQLIN H. BEACH, President of the Bank of Au-
burn, died at his residence in this Village, after an
illness of some weeks, at 5 o'clock, this afternoon,
aged about 54 years.--[Journal.]
The Montreal Courier of Wednesday says a report
is current that all the state prisoners in Lower Ca-
nada are to be released, on condition of leaving the
province forever.
EXECUTIOmN.-On Friday last, James Williams,,
a colored man, convicted of the murder of Francis
Kearney, was executed at Philadelphia.
SPECIE.-The New Orleans papers state that
$294,637 in specie was received from Tampico on
the 31st July.
MUNIFICEswr BEQUEST.-The late Nathan Mon-
roe, Esq., of Elbridge, Onondaga county N. Y.,
bequeathed $20,000 to the Elbridge Academy.
WESTERN TRADERS.-The Galena Gazette
mentions the arrival there of four men from Sel-
dirk's Settlement, seven hundred and fifty miles
Northwest of St. Peter's. They are said to be in-
telligent half-breeds, and came on a trading expedi-
tion. They brought with them large quantities of
dressed deer skins, worked mockasins, buffalo robes,
dried buffalo meat, &c., besides a large number of
beef cattle. The most of the latter were sold at
St. Peter's and Prairie du Chien.
An occurrence recently took place at Dubuque,
Iowa, which places in its true light the odiousness
of the Lynch law, as it is commonly termed. A.
Mr. John M'Gerry broke open the house of a Mr.
Delancey, and assaulted with a sword-cane Mr. D.,
his wife, and another man. For this he was appre-
hended, and on his way to the Court was demand-
ed by a mob, who proposed Lynching him. They
were dissuaded from this, and he was bound over
in $5000 bonds to appear before the proper tribunal
and answer to the charge. He could not obtain
the bail, and was committed to jail in default.
Soon after, some of the very persons who were
for lynching him, assisted to break open the jail,
and set him at liberty!
The Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada has
offered $2,000 reward for the apprehension of Lett,
the alleged murderer of Capt. Usher, and also im-
plicated in the late affair at Coburg.
The Liverpool Mercury states that Gen. Skrzy-
necki, the heroic leader of the Poles during the
last attempt of that brave people to obtain their in-
dependence, has been appointed to command the
Egyptian army.
FINING A GOVERNOR.-A good joke is told of
Gov. Boggs. By the ordinances of the city of Jef-
ferson, discharging a pistol within the city limits is
punishable by fine. The Govarnor broke this law
and was hauled up before the Mayor, and finedfive
dollars. The Governor protested-contending that
he had the power to remit the fine. The Mayor
denied this doctrine and was about preparing a mit-
timus to lodge the Governor in jail, when some of
his friends forked over-and released the dignitary
from durancee vile." As there is no precedent in
the books, we commend this case to the attention
of jurists.-[St. Louis Republican.]
publican gives the details of a most deliberate mur-
der perpetrated in that city on the evening of the
28th inst. An altercation had ensued between a
man named Brown, a journeyman carpenter, and
another individual, in the bar-room of the Old Do-
minion Coffee-house. During the controversy, the
bar-keeper, James Buchanan, interfered. The
matter was quieted for the moment, but Brown,
who was a boarder in the house, not appearing sa-
tisfied, turned to the bar-keeper, and told him he
would see him another time, or words to that effect,
and then started to go out. Buchanan, as he turn-
ed, drew a pistol, and without any parleying, pre-
-sented it withjna few inches.of his body, and fired,
the ball passing through his lungs. Brown fell,
and lingered but a short time before he expired.
The murderer was arrested.
The entire cost of defending Canada during the
recent troubles there, amount to 1,053,000 ster-'
ling; or nearly $5,000,000.
Mr. R. Canfield, who formerly lectured in Phil-
adelphia, Rochester, and doubtless other places, in
favor of infidel doctrines, has publicly renounced
them, and declared his conviction, of the truths of
Christianity.-[Jour. Coin.] ,
The Baltimore Patriot of Saturday, has an ac-
count of the arrest of two persons who were engaged
in circulating counterfeit notes of the Exchange
Bank and Savings' Institution of Philadelphia,
signed by C. Cummings, President, dated Decem-
ber 9, 1838, and January 2, 1838. They also had
in their possession a number of 5 and 10 dollar
notes, purporting to be issued by the Illinois Ex-

porting, Mining, and Manufacturing Companies,
some signed by the officers, and others in blank.
One of these persons gave .as his name, Colin
Cummings, Presidenfit of one of the above institu--
tions, but his account of himself was so contradic-
tory, that he was committed. The name of the
other was Samuel Grable. They were held to bail
in the sum of three thousand dollars, in default of
which they were locked up.
CANAL NoTEs.-The notes issued by the Chesa-
peake and Ohio Canal Company are now redeem-
ed irn specie or its equivalent, on presentation at the
Bank of Washington. A notice issued by the
President and Directors of the Company expresses.,
their desire to withdraw them from circulation, and
they have accordingly deposited funds in the Bank
named, for their redemption.-[Balt. Amer.]
Margaret Fowle, the aged mother of Messrs. James
and H. D. Fowle, apothecaries at the comer of
Green and Leverett streets, while riding with her
younger son on the Neck, yesterday afternoon, was
thrown from the chaise when near Wheeler's Grain
store, and survived the accident but a very few mo-
ments. The horse was frightened at a load of
wood, and became unmanageable. The chaise
then struck against a tree, both shafts were broken,
and Mrs. Fowle and her son thrown upon the pave-
ments. Her face struck upon the curbstone, man-
gling it most shockingly. We are happy to state
that Mr. Fowle received but a slight injury.-[Bos-
ton Courier.]
"LE PATRIOT CANADIEN" is the name of anew
paper, in French chiefly, just issued, and started for
the purpose of defending the Canadian principles
that led to the late rebellion.
Loss OF A WHALE SmP.--Captain Tabor, bf,the
ship Lucas, arrived at this port yesterday, A -g. 9'
from the Indian Ocean, reports the loss of the ship
Gideon Barstow, of Rochester, which vessel broke
from her anchors during a gale on the 14th ofMarch
last, and was driven ashore on Dymock,Reef, Co-
cos Island, where she sunk. The crew e"scpea

of September, 1742, the S4jet .i we S -
cate to the m T.reurer, thatn e N* ..* .JO URWAL.
paid out o" "..e o a'e stock, to ua saeML Un., ,-, 13--, s39.
18 '169. ow ih -ndpnini Hi*keda 118i igh hater evtnh r 10h.a 53m.
tegh prat,~Ie 4 inA*,, awa Uthe N U CLRAWD SINCE OUR L.40T.
the recd~iApi], ~~'~~a~Morsnj-htp Vignanlie ri4, f6r Liver-'
to January list, 1.7w. there, welewv -o ts al Ke X Q4* zmmb, rMay,'New'Orleans, S.
in this town ; af unt paid as bounty for the same, e. S-ie m
154 13s. 4d. In the same year it was voted by StahWay-Ships Plato, Bunting, for Btavia, Hicks
the town to pay Mr. Lovell 10, old tenor,_ for hAi &Co.; Gen. Hodgman, Baker, Ponce, P.R, Aymar &
trouble in receiving and paying for rats' rs.- "- 66.; bris Lucinda, obiaSon, St. Marks, R.D. Hurl-
[Boston Weekly Magazine.] t butt& o.;Cinton Lyon, Savannah;, Pinta, Parig-:
T HE LOTR T-_ ..-. T y th l BunsswiAck,; e Fores,, Hutchu wn Geor,-
THr LOTTERY TiCKST.-Mr. Taylo the Cel--. t wn* D.C., Angora, dogginM, Philadelphia, ymar &
brated sailor preacher of Boston, once related the Co,; Janius, Parker, Boston, Brett & Vose; ortu-
following anecdote., A poor woman, who had once guese schr Amizardoq, En Roza, Gibraltar and atiarket
seen better days, was finally compelled, by, the in- Haven &Ca.-.sdti North Str, Bnitl, IBafi Me.
temperance of her husband, to resort-to the wash- Convoy, Mumfor d, Newber* 04 n Iike
'"v ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ sn ........... .. e'w Bedford" Pe *-vnaWe- I `hm:
tub to earn a scanty subsistence for herself and son, New llPBe oran; mnsylvaniace, SllrrI tnii;
children. Atleno'th howVictor, Gould~lPortland; CQ DincSprrwBston
children. At length, however, heartbroken ad Helen,, Drew, Petersburg; Thaddeus, ,awkins, Nor'
destitute, she determined to purchase a- lottery folk; Lynchburg,iffbrd, Richmond; Cambridge, Weg-
ticket, with the hope that, if she should be success- ton; Boston; Page, Bassett, Boston Johp Fnders, Bell,
ful, her husband might once more enter into busi- 3ichimnhd. -I'."'.I
ness and become a steady man. To her unspeak- .ARRIVED; THIS MORNING.
able joy, the ticket came up a prize of $10,000! -hip henry Leeds, Marshall, 44 days fm Liverpool,
Frantic, she ran to her husband, and throwing her with iide,to Heardnan & Keenai;100' tns pigiron,
arms about his neck, said, Oh my husband, now R. Irvin; 100do coal, J. Stevenson; 12 cases, 9 bales,
weshall abo happys ; n wck, s h e ausPatton & Stewart; 133 hhds and crates. -1. Dewing;
we shall be happy; now we shall live as we once 250 bars iron, 363 bundlels do, Bootman, Johnsm &
lived-I have drawn a prize in the lottery !" Co; 291 do hoops, G. W. Shield 677 bardo, Saltua &
"Don't be too sure of that, woman," said the Co; 69 bales C. H. Russell & Co; 34casks,'J. Macy &
wretch, looking into her face with the utmost corn- Son; 34 bags rags, R. Welch; 154 crates, J. W. Gieen-
posure, "Don't be too sure of that; for I found field & Co.; 17 casks, R. Marshall. July 1, offTum,
the ticket in your drawer and gave it to Mr. parted co. with ship Caroline Augusta, for Bostn.
for a glass of rum !" The transition from sudden July 2d, off Cape Clear, parted Co. with.Bip h e,
joy to sudden grief was so great, that no sooner for Baltimore. 39 from-a i th
had e cncldedtha theunhppywomn dop- Ship Mexican, Deming, 39 days from-Mad~mia~rith
had he concluded than the unhappy woman drop- wine, to Barclay & Livingston; Gracie & Co, and
ped at his feet, a lifeless corpse! Alas! these others. Left no Am. vessels. ...
stories, touching as they are, are nevertheless stem Ship William Engs, Vaughan, of Newport, 86 days
realities. from St. Petersburg, with mdze.
Brig Henry Clay, Winslow, 3 days fm Norfolk, with
SALES OF STOCKS THIS DAY. wood, to the master. .
T, ii nT ci i n i cii JT-< Brig Tuscany, Dean,'_13 ds fm Pictou, with coal to
Reported by S. J. Sylvester, Bullion, Stock and Ex B rig Tuscan &, DeaCo. n,13 ds fPito, 'with coal to
change Broker, 22 Wall street, and 130 Broadway. Schr P Depeyster, Parker, 3 S rfm Virgin ia.
5 shares Bank of Commerce (Full) 100 Schr Olivia Prickell, Hlopkins,4 ds fin Petersaurg,
10 American Exchange Bank..- 81J with flour.
25 do do----------............ 811' Schr Susan Benjamin, Thomas, 5 ds fin Bufort, N
41 | do do----..------..... 814- C, with naval stores.
72 do do----------............ 81- Schr Jay, Merchant, 25 ds fmin Montega Bay, Jama.,
50 American Trust---------.......-.. 80 with imento, &c.
110 US Bank..--.....-.....- 110 Shr John, Colsom, 15 days fin Mobile. to Allen &
25 do do---------............ 110 Paxson. 1st instant, lat 24 30, 16n 80 20, spoke brig
40 do do-.--........ ..110 Caroline, fmin Havana for Portland. -
80 Bank of Kentucky--------.......... 771 Schr Adventure, Louud, 4 ds fm Virginia, with
50 do do.----------... 77_-5m wheat.
50 do do----------. 77--s 30 BELOW-1 brig, and 1 schr.
5 Morris Canal--------- ..........-- 30 ARRIVED SINCE OUR LAST.
15 -- do do ------------ 291
75 dano dopan O----------2 4 Ship Francois 1st, Thompson, fmin-Havre,25th June,
75 Canton Company.-------- 34+ to Bolton, Fox & Livingston. July 5th, lat 41, long
S o do.----------35 -b...... 64, saw a French steamer steering. to the eastward;
210 do do ---------- 34-b 6 lat 424, long 29, saw a ship with' a cross on her main-
100 Harlem Railroad Co....... 34 w topsail, supposed to, be the Louis Phillippe, steering
10025 Harlemdo RailoadCo....----------.... 46-s 30 eastward. The Francois 1st has been 4 days to the
50 -do do ..----------......- 46-s 3ds westwarl of Block Island, and has a pilot during that
200 Long Island Railroad-.......-51 time.
300 Delaware and Hudson.----- 67 Ship Mohawk, Thing, Liverpool, 26th June, with
25 do do ----------...... 674-b 3 mdze. July 20th, lat 38 35, long 43, ship Chief, hence
S do do--------- -b for Liverpeol.
25 do do----------........... 67 -b d Ship Charlotte, Rice, of Portsmouth. 58 days from
50 do do----------............ 67-15- d Bristol, England, iron, to Davis, Brooks & Co. Left
50 do do-l........... 67J-- 60 sh Prince Regent and brig Henry Bell, loading, for
20 -- dongIsa d o............- 67-- s 60 N Ar. "
0 Lon Railroad In ...... 90 Brig Barbary, 15 ds fin Pictou, with 234 chaldrons
10 Mohaw do ---- 58 coal. Left ships NYork, in 5 days; Cincinnati and
3512 N.do do A Trust & BankingC. 73 Formosa, just arr; Balance, and Abby & Eliza, waitg
35 -- N. A. Trust & Banking Co.. 734 -,
15 Vicksburgh-------------35 cargo.
10 do do. ...---------- 35 Brig Charles, Bright, fmin St Marks, anid 9 fays'from
75 Paterson -------- ............53 Key West, wiih cotton, &c. -Lat 3110, long 77 42,
50 do do..------------. 53 b3 spoke Br barque Wanstead, fm Havana for Liverpool
20,000 Mexican Dollars------------104 Brig Androdus, Bowen, 40 ds from Rochelle, with
Brig Billow, Coalfleet, 13 ds fin Windsor, plaster.
MARRIED, Brig Tybee, Hurhest, 5 ds fm Charleston, with cot-
At Belleville, N. J. on Tuesday evening, 6th instant, ton, &c.
by the Revd. John Garretson, the Revd. Robert Birch, Schr Ganges, Horn, Callis 15 ds, with lumber.
of New Brunswick, to Mrs. Sarah Rutgers, of Belle- Brig Brilliant, Psrker, 12 ds fin Lubec, with plaster.
ville. Schr Boston, 3 ds fm Phila., with coal.
Schr Essex, Melton, 2 days fin Fredericsburg, with
DIED: wheat.
On the evening of the 1lth instant, Elizabeth M. Schr Granville, Darden, 13 days fin Trinity, Marti-
Fennell. Her friends, and those of her brother, unique, with sugar.
William A. Fennel], are respectfully invited to at- Schr S Rockhill, Walpole,6 ds fm Swansboro, NC,
d r ne this arn a 5 fm with naval stores.
tend her funeral, this afternoon, at 5 o'clock, from Schr Palestine, Jefferson, 6 ds fm Swansboro', NC,
her late residence, No. 62 Wooster street, with naval stores.
On the 11th instant, Margaret, wife of Robert Schr Edwin Lang, Turner, 6 days from Swansboro',
Stoddart aged 34 years. His friends are respect- NC.
fully invited to attend her funeral, from her late Schr Mary & Lydib: Tallee 3-dsfm Ocracoke, NC,
residence, 130 Leonard street, this afternoon, at 5 with wheat. -
o'clock Schr Lucy, Pickens, 12 ds fm Lubec, plaster.
At New Rocelle, on Saturday, the 10th inst., Schr Traffic. Wise, 2 ds fin Phila, mdze.
A e o e on Saudy th1i e 1 0th otSchr valiant, Cummings, Phila.
of whoopming-cough, William Sprague, infant son of Schr Mary Sperer, Stems, fin Hartford, prod.ee.
John T. Gilchrist.: Schr Bigelow, 3 ds fm Boston, mdze.
At Auburn, on the 8th instant, Hon. John H. Schr Champion, Chase, 4 da-fm Nntithket, oil.
Beach, President of the Bank of Auburn, after an Br schr Mancliester, Smith, 5 dayatin Nassau and
illness of some weeks, aged about -64 years. Eletheura, indze. .
Schr Jersey Blue, Virginia, .4 ds,'J "-. ':
PASSENGERS .Schr Andrew Grayson, 3 dsfm Su TIc angles. -
T A ,. ; Lo. don-Mr ,,.. Revenue Cutter H~amilton, Sturgis; fm Newport.
In the ship Toronto, for ROm ~~ r. rstow, lo ]a i e4m" RA", I 1
Irlad Mre. Bubbin, Mrs. Hos0KIns, Ak. H. S~p Slo Rod...an. -o~,1 sfn efro
Charles Gamlin, A. F. Kemp, and Mrs Sparks, N PROVIDENCE, Aug. 8-At quarantine, brig Or-
York; Mrs M G Wheelwright and Miss Wheel- r TaftBugbee,1 ds fi St Marks. -
wright, Mass.; Joseph Mouls, France; Charles th--Sld, schr Crown, Anthony, Baltimore.
Carvalho, Cape Haytien; Mr. Penar, Rev. Mr BRISTOL, Aug 8-Sailed, brig Emeline, Usher,
Wheelwright, Wm. Dixey of England; Mr. Bohle, forHavana-
Hermany ; J C Hananchipy, France ; Thomas H. FALL RIVER, ,Ag 8-Sailed, barque Pantheon,
Worrall- Mexico. Pell, New Zealand.
In the ship Francois 1st, from Havre-Le Che- NEW BEDFORD, Aug 9-Arr ship Lucas, Taber,
valier d'Argay, Ambassador of her Majesty Queen Indian Ocean, Mauritus, yay 1st, via St Helena, with
of Spain and Minister to U. S., lady, three children BOSTON,_Augls-Aw e si n,
and servants, Mrs Pouen, of France ; C Joly, Esq. OrTe bArque 9sC Arr shid p Tremont,_Lindsey, fm
of do.; G W L Hopkins, of Baltimore; Mr La- Dvs,^ Ne ts; StA Clud o ur, ie^brg
moni, of Poland; Mr Meger, of Holland; 185 Hacyn, irceCronsta;Ne Eglnd Cocer
steerage. ^ o ^ NYork; schr Speed, Doane, NYork.-C1d, scbrWyo-
In the' brig Chaires, from St. Marks-Rev F P inig, Nickerson, Richmond.

Lee, Lieut. S M Plummer, U -S N, Robert Park- 10th-Arr brigs Adeline, Huntington, Cabo. Roxo;
hill, J Parkhill, J Lindsey, M G Sayre, of Tallahas- Cicero, Nickerson, and Emulous, Small, New York-
see; M M J Andrews, N C Teft, Esq. Telegraphed, ship.Oneco, fm Live'-ol-Id, ships
see;n M iM Andrews,'a- eTraArabella, Rogers, NOrleans; Colunriana, Miller, po;
In the ship Mexican, from Madeira-J De Tra barque Natches, Boutelle, Natchezt brigs -Cyprus,
tos Abreo, CM DeAbreo, Elizabeth Fox, H Leal Paty, Cronstandt; Tionette, Ewendo; JohnGipin,
J Joaqurina, Mr. De St Anna, 0 Jones, T Ruth- Mayhew, Malaga; Amalia, Romane, Naples ; Atilla,
well, G Oldfield, J Symington, H Brooking, J N Cross, Cienfuegos ; Maria, Mayo, St Thomas; schr
De Silva, J R De Silva. Ganges, Albany.
In the -ship Henry Leeds, from Liverpool-Dr. SALEM, Aug 9-Arr brig Gazelle, Dtewing, Mar-
Welchman,.lady and seven children, and 173 in the' tinique ; schr New York, Cirace, NYorlk
steerage. 7 BANGOR, Aug 4-Ar ship Antioch, WVestcott, fm
I ~Cadiz. .-
POOL.-Passengers will be taken on .board by the for Trinity .
steamer Hercules, at Whitehall, tomorrow morning, P irE -,,- "
13th inmat., at half pas 11 o'clock, precisely. The letter -T SMOUTH, Aug 8-Arr brig Constantia, Pat-
bags will close at the Post Office and Merchants' Ex- ton, Havana. ^
change at 11. aul2 9th-Arr schr Oixrd, Mitchell, Jersey City.
...... .. .......... PHILADELPHIA, Aug '10-A.rbarge Oneida,
A CARD-THE_ PANORAMAS. Estelo, NYork.-O-Cld, brigs HaoII*ell, Smith, Fairy,
I7 MR. CATHERW@OD respectfully informs Doane; Palm, Snow; and schr Ambassador, Dodge,
the citizens of New York and the public generally, Boston,. .
that he intends to open for exhibition a NEW PANO- BALTIMORE, Aug. 10-Clearedr schr Ida, Chap-
in O nman, Providence.
RAMA early in October next, and that consequently Sailed-Schr Mary, Newbu report. .
the Panorama of JERUSALEM will positively be RICHMON D, Aug. 7-Arrived shrs nond,
closed on the first of that month, He gives this early Tilby, New York; Anf Still, W etts ndwich;
notice that parents may bring their children, Sunday, Henry Chace, Williams, Providence; Rolt Bruce,
and other school teachers their scholars, and that all NewYork.
Aug. 8-Arrived, schr Potomac, Perry, ngor.
may have an opportunity of viewing this transcript Saued h James Rse De .g l;
ailed-.!-Schm Ja es .Ru ,se Dem rin "'Alb ny;
of the Holy City.. jy24 tf Neptune, Knpwles, andRed Jacket, Alberton, $oston;
"k Fidelity7, Witlltts, -Providence.
IDITO LET.-A modem built three story brick Aiu 9e-r, aredWbartCtorien C.t" R --
House in Eighth street, between the Fifth Avenue and Saied.-Schr-A-n Eli a, ^Somers, No. York.
Macdougall street, finished in the best style, and ready WILMINGTON, N. C., Aug. 1-I 6kared, brig
for immediate occupancy. Apply at the office of this Calvin, Gardnev ( P-iwideee. -. -
paper. ap25 CHARLESTON, Aug. 5--Cleared, batk John An-
10th~insta.t. everal.C. po.a..o S- dersop, Miller, Halifax and St. John. o
IFTY DOLLARS REWARD-LOST, on Sa-. Aug. S-Arrived, ship Beiijamia Mar nJ ..
turday, 10th instant, several Qprporation Bonds, LiverpL -biq Matilda, Beniard, Bordeaux.'
the blanks not filled. They were tied up with red Aug. 7--Arrved, CalebNichols, Rowemu.mouth.
tape in part of a newspaper, and believed to have been Cl d p Walter, Faulk, Liverpori; 'Cathar.
left on the seat of oneoof Brower's Broadway staes; ine, t in, iewYor.'i* ,
they will be of no use to any one, as measures have Sailed, brig Tvbee, Herbot ,do.,
been adopted to render -them useless. The'-above re- The brig Augusta, 7 days from ew Y* ,for 9S..
ward willbe given to the person who will deliver the varinah, was spoken off Bar. 6thi.. st..
package at the Water Commissioners' offie, in the Evening-Arrived, brigs AshleyMorris, and Corde-
rear of the City Hall. aul2 lia, Matthews, New York.
E- GTUCKER, M. D.,-DEN'VlST,,8uccessor- MOBILE, July31-Arrived, brjgw-I~
: Kimball,N Pa ce Tucker Galveston; Mary ilsby, Nei -York,'I -,- r ..
having completed his Professinal Studies under the August 1--Arrived, b9ig Escawa.&ki ont Nr1 rk, via
able and efcien instruction of Harwood & Tucker. ie West -h, S0 4 LI-- .2

-UL-IY I_-L--- L-_ .1 yl_ C .

loq^aot" tliVc nder the K.f
red4* wa,%.,., hour .dac.
N.J.R, one Wu, Ia.be
640a. twipuld be d i to541L
I= ..tylfor a hOAARD 0A
oen (d a healthy
The Mmgs are tarse ard airy, with a hundred
and fifty acres -f gruds attached to Je property.
The (il.ty.of eommu.nicaion wih thi city by steWnm-
boat aod riroad ataiU'hhurs of th day, cannot il to
be ap ciate' as. great convenience. '
Mr.COUDERT hopes for a continuation of coni- .
nee from parents asd guardians in his new Iocation. '
Being anxiously desirous to fully develop his system
of edueatiepo,he wassobliged to look' for a situation
combining pre conveniences than could be secured
within the .lqito qf ,the city. At Elfiabethtown all
those manly exerises which are not only beneficial to
the health, b64t'ro. constant utility through life, will
constitute apa of the system of education. The
ppilt Will be instructed, at suitable hours, in riding,
M tihe f the gun, agriculture, botany, &c. &c. It
t aseruots tO reml'dparents of the advantages de-
tid : oi the study of Modernm languages, combined
w'h lhe Anmiet. T ei;e has been no example of a
schlsa. oeing unable to speak fluently the French and
Spaen two years' residence atthe Lyceum. The
greatest ttp isvea to Mathematics, and an ex-
teisive al f. ofNatural Philosophy and Chemistry
is attaed .to the School. Pupils studying Survey-
ing will be instructed by an eminent professor.
Evei'y information, and cards of terms, studies, .e.,
may be obtained at the Bookitore of Beard & Mn-
don, 3 Cqurtlandt st. anul23m
J -0 ROSS, for. several years an Istructoz in
the U. S. Military Acadeaw, proposes giving lessons in
the different brap nehes of Mathematics in the city of
New York.: ..' .. '
Younpgetlenen having opportunities as cadets will
be prepared to enter the Military Academy with ad-
vantage. Those who are preparing themselves f6r Ci-
rilrEagieers, will be thoroughly instructed in the pre-
liminary course of Mathematics.
Instruction will be given to a limited number of pu-
pils, commencing on the 1st of October. For terms,
&c. address E. C. ROSS, Fort Hamilton, Long Is-
land. au. 12 is2m
t 00.-MonthMy Report.--ince the last report 33
persas have been insured:-
'Of whom 10>are residents of the city of New York.
S- -23 are residents out of the city of New
7 are Merchants
8 are Clerks and Accountants
18 are other pursuits. "
Of ,;tethere are .insured for I yeatrand over 11
there re'insuredfor 7 years" 19
l.ihere ae insured for life,' %_
Of these there awe.-ured for $1,000 and under 12
there are insured for $5,00).and under 16
there are insured for $10,000 and under 5
u12 .E. A. NICOLL, Secretary.
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The plays -will occupy Thirty-Seven Parts. The
entire work including-
with local illustrations, as well as other introductory
matter, will extend to Forty-four Parts. The ultimate
arrangement will be as follows:
Comedies-------......... .------14 Parts. 2 Vols.
Histories......-------------- 10 2.
Tragedies........----.........-13 2.
Index--.--....--..------...........- 1
Poems, Life, &c ........... 6 1.
Imported and for sale by
aul2 D. APPLETON & CO. 200 Broadway.
SWILEY & PUTNAM, Importers, 161 Broad-
way, New York, and 35 Paternoster Row, London,
have just-received-
1. Practical Treatise on Bridge Building, and on the
Equilibrium of Vaults and Arches, with the Profes-
sional Life and Selections from the Works of Rennie;
"by Edward Cresy, Architect, C.QE. nnd F. S. .A., folio.
2. Theory, Practice, and Architecture of Bridges.-
The Theory by James Hann, dof Kings College, Hon.
member of the Philosophical Society of Newcastle-
upon-Tyhe, member of the Mathematical Society of
London, andjoint author of "Mechanics for Practical
Men," and. The Practical and Architectural Treatises
by William Hosking, F. S. A., Architect and Civil
Enineer, author of" Treatises on Architecture and
Building." Illustrated by upwards of 100 engravings
examples of Stone, Timber, Iron, Wire, and Suspen
sion Bridges. To be completed in twelve monthly
parts-3 now ready. aul2
ttion of the Episcopal community is invited to this
edition of "The Book of Common Prayer." The type
is of an entirely new and beautiful cut, the paper of
very superior quality, and every pains have been ta
ken to execute the work in a style worthy the liberal
patronage of that community for whose use the Boot
is intended. The size is 18mo. which makes it ver3
convenient for general use. The whole publication
including the new metre Psalms and Hymns, passed
under the inspection of the Rsv. DR. COIT, appointed
by Bishop Onderdonk. Price, from $175 to $3 50, ac
cording to style of binding.
.142 Fulton st.
A few copies of the octavo edition still remaining
on hand, in various styles of binding. aul2
COTTON-36 bales, of a prime quality, received
C per schr Charles Smith, from 4palaehicola, am
for sale by
umi2 GRACIE & CO. 20 Broad street.
rOBACCO-100 hhds prime Kentucky Tobacc<
aulI2 55 South st.

f .t i.public is wspectfully informed thAt this Thea-
Ire is closed for the pupose of repari4n4.-cleaaingi
and will open Thursday,.. e 22d mat, .. .
Ladies w gentlemen-ngaged at thi establishment
* requted to meetht the Green ilo m ot.the The-.
,106 oa Monda, Auqgust 19th.: aul2
rHIS s ill We Qneod fe ore season, under
Jthb a int of Mr. J. W. WALLACK, on
Moty,] thie- inst., Wih Mr. FORREST in one
':of his mosbt popid&r 6hu ,a-" Dutitw the recess
.the house h a been clesatIend painted throughout.
The seats both in tie botos'altd pit have beetoaewly
,and handsomely covered,. and such other aluetiaon
and improvements have been made as cannot but rewa.
der this the M'iot comfbrtabte and the hmndmest
Theatre in tie Union. Apptlotion bforssoi-tickets,
of which Qnly 'j -limited number will be issued, and.
for private boes,' can be made at the Box Office, be-
tween the hours of 2 and 3 daily, until Monday, after
which time'the office will be open the usual hours, from
10 till 4.
zID The Ladies and Gentlemen engaged at the Na-
tional Theatre, are reipiested to meet in the Green
Room on Tuesday, A3th Instant, at 12 o'clock, prior to
opening for the season, on Monday, 19th.
aHIS EVENING, August 12, will be presented the
Drama of IL MALEDETTO; or, A Tale of Venice-
Doge of Venice, Mr Barry; Alberto, Howard; Gonza-
o, Proctor; Cleveland, Foster; Leonardo, Blakely;
flora, Mrs Shaw; Bianca, Mrs Rogers; Antonia, Miss
J' Turmbull.
After which the Comedy of THE LOVE CHASE
-Sir Wm Fondlove, Mr Nickerson; Master Waller,
Proctor; Wildrake, Gates; Trueworth, Bannister;
Constance, Mrs Shaw.
Doors open at 7. Performances commence at a j of
8 o'clock. Boxes, 75 cts.; Pit,. 37j; Gallery 25.

HIS EVENING,.August 12,1839, the entertain.
ments will commence with the vaudeville of L'OURS
ET LE PACHA; or, The Pacha and his Bears-
Characters by the Ravel Family.
To be followed by the performances on the TIGHT
ROPE, by the Ravel Family.
A PAS DE DEUX by Mons and Mad Checkini.
At the sound of the bell, the TERRIFIC' ASCEN-
SION! by Gabriel, Leon, and Madame Jerome Ravel
on the tightrope.
Full halt an hour for refreshments in the Prome-
nade Saloon.
.To conclude with the Pantomime called THE VE-
NETIAN CARNIVAL. Characters by the Ravel
Tickets 50 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock-the en-
tertainment to commence at 8 o'clock.
IMP No postponement at any time, as visitors to
the Garden can' pass from the street, through the
Grand Promenade, to the Saloon, free from damp or
The Gardens have been completely renovated, and
all that the brilliancy of Lamps, the fragrance of flow-
ers, and the charms of Music can impart, may be en-
joyed in this delightful spot.

THESE Panoramas are now open for exhibition at
the New Rotunda, corner of Prince and Mercer
streets, Broadway, opposite Niblo's Garden.
splendid painting, of the largest class, covering a sur-
face often thousand square feet, painted from drawings
taken by Mr. Catherwood in 1834.
painted likewise from Mr. Catherwood's drawings, is
superior, as a work of art, to any Panorama before ex-
The Panoramas are brilliantly illuminated every
evening by upwards of 200 gas lights, and explana-
tions of the pictures given in the forenoon, afternoon,
and at half past 8 in the evening.
Open from 9 in the morning, till 10 o'clock in the
evening. Admittance 25 cents to each Panorama.-
Books of description 12 1-2 cents. apl tf

Smense collection of Indian Portraits, Views of
Indian Villages, Indian Dancers, Ball Plays, Religious
Ceremonies, Buffalo Hunts, Indian Curiosities, Cos-
tumes, Weapons, Scalps, Pipes,. &c. &c., is now
tastefully arranged in the walls of the large Saloon
will remain and can be examined for a very short time
IE7 There is now also added to this collection, for a
few days only, his beautiful colored model of NIA-
GARA FALLS, which he is akout to take to England;
and also his picture of the VIRGINIA CONVEN-
TION,-containing 101 portraits, all taken from life,
painted in 1830.
Open from 9 o'clock in the morning until 10 at night.
Admission 25 cents. jyl5 Im






subscriber has just received, a choice assortment of
Ivory handle Table and Dessert Knives and Forks, in
sets; and Knives without forks ly the dozen.
Also, Sets put up in cases, varnusly assorted,
New and elegant gold border Tta Trays, with bread
and knife Basketto match,
Imperial and other Block-tin Disi Covers,
Coffee and Tea Urns, &c.,
Copper bronzed Tea Kettles, with and without
English Britannia Metal Ware,
And a great variety of other new aid useful Houwe-
keeping Articles, for sale at the lowek market prices,
by B. GARDINER, 29 Miden lane,
aulO eod 3t cor. Nassau st.
Slashed, and for sale by the prindpal Booksell-
ers, EARL RUPERT, and other Talesand Poems by
JAMES NACK, with a Memoir of tie Author, by
PROSPER M. WETMOREin one volume. Pub-
lished by GEORGE A)LARD,
au9 eod3t 168 Broadway, near Mdden Lane.

PLAINT-For the cure of these diseases no me-
dicine can equal Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort.
Only look at the immense multitude of certificates of
cures we have published-cures his medicine has
made when no other was of any use. Rentmber this
is no quackery : on the contrary it is made b a regular
physician who has spent twenty years in seeking a
*remedy for that awful disease, Consumptiqi. This
medicine is supported by the whole medical faculty, to
their eternal honor be it said. They throw asile preju-
dice and false practice, and own publicly thatthis me-
dicine alone can stay this deadly disease, anddeath!
When such men as Dr. Rogers, Cheeseman, Vilson,
Anderson, Smith, Hoffman and may others whW orna-
ment their profession, and honor society; where, such
men say, "Dr. Taylor's medicine is a certain remnedy,"
who shall say no! No one! Let the sick hopethen
forhealth, and use this vegetable remedy, and thephall
not hope in vain! This is truly the sick man's friend,
and it deserves to be the people's remedy, for it is \sed
by the medical faculty, supported by the clergy, reom.
mended by the whole New York press, and is in he
houses of all. It is sold by the subscriber, and wr-
ranted genuine, at the Bowery Medicine Store, 20
Bowery. au0lO N. W. BADEAU, Agent.

Dealer and Grocer, 142 Greenwich street, has oi
hand superior loaf, lump and crushed Sugar; als
white Carthagena Sugar, superior Barbadoes, Port
Rico and brown Havana Sugar, together with a genera
assortment of Groceries.
N.B. Families supplied with fresh Gbshen Butte
Goods sent to any part of the city without charge ft
porterage. tel8
subscribers wising to reduce their stock of Sun
mer Clothing, will offer it at retail for cash until 1:
August, at reduced prices. F. J. CONANT & CO,
81 Cedar street, up stairs, between Nassau
al and Broadway.
BORDEAUX WINES, from Barton& Guestie
Table Claret-Vin Ordinaire, in hhds
St. Julien-Vintage 1827, in cases, 1 doz. each
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, do do
Latour-Do. 1831, do do
Lafitte-Do. 1831, do do.
These Wines are received direct from the old ai
respectable, house of Barton & Guestier, of B )rdeau
are of the first character, put up with great care, aP


shown on :the diagram thereunto annexed, colored
green; and also excepting the dwelling house anc
other buildings on the first described premises, saiW
gore and buildings having been previously sold to The
mas Dunlap. All those two certain lots or parcels o
land situate and being in the Eleventh Ward of thi
said City of New York, known and distinguished on i
map of the Landert's farm, annexed to a certain deec
of release and partition, bearing date the twentietl
day of August, A. D. 1817, made by and between
Cornellus J. Bogart and Peter A. Jay, of thi
one part, and Benjamin Winthrop, and Judith hi
wife, and others, of "the other part, (whicl
said deed is recorded in the ofioe of the Register, ii
and for the County of the City of New York, in Fit
223 of conveyances, page 70,) by the numbers 746 amn
749, seven hundred and forty-six and seven hundred
and forty-nine, the said lots taken together being boundei
as follows, viz: northeasterly in front by Eighth street
southeasterly by lot number 752 on said map; south
westerly in rear by lots numbered 745 and 748 on sai
map, and northeasterly by lot number 743. on sai
map-each of the said lots hereby conveyed, containing
in width, in fronc and rear, twenty-four feet nine inct
Ses, and in length on each side ninety seven feet fou
rt inches, being the same premises conveyed to Henr
SPray by James B. Murray, by indenture bearing dat
0 the twelfth day of October, 1835, recorded in the office
al of Register of the City and County of New York, i
jib. 343, of conveyances, page 303, subject peverthb
r. ess to the condition therein con:ained against nu:
br Vnces, and further subject to two indentures of mor
gge, amounting together to the sum of four thoi
ie sod dollars.-All and singular the several lots, piece,
m- a4f parcels of land, situate, lying and being i
st thcnow or late Twelfth Ward of the City of Ne
Yok, included within the block of ground lying b
twen the Fifth and Sixth Avenues and One Hundrc
and'jfteenth and One hundred and sixteenth street
together with all the right, title and interest to one ha
or, of thIstreets and avenues fronting and adjoining ti
said pTrnises, excepting, however, the premises aboi
described, so much and such parts thereof as in al
by a cewrain Deed, executed by William V. Brat
and wf, were conveyed to Israel Randolph, of tl
city of h(w York, Physician, as by reference there
will mo. fully appear. And also, a small gore
- .land, bcloiging to the estate of S. Benson, decease
being the \arae premises conveyed to William V. Br
dy by two pveral Deeds, one by Henry Wilkes, dati
S 1st June, I36, and the other by Archibald Watt,
nd by referencMthereto will more fully and certainly a
x, pear. All tht certain farm, piece or parcel of lan
nd situate in theVwelfth Ward of the city of New Yor

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IN THE HIGHLANDS.-Twelve Cottage
Sites,* ,on the voutherly front of Plumbush Farmi,
opposite West Point, are' offered for sale. They
are on the summit of a remarkable terrace bank, about
200 feet high, overlooking a tract of meadow land,
and commanding extensive and magnificent views of
the Hudson. The bank in front is densely wooded,-
and comprises pbove 20 acres of land, capable of being
laid out and improved in a very tasteful manner and at
small expense, as a park or pleasure ground to be ap-
propriated to the occupants of the summit lots, witn a
spacious promenade along the whole verge, about 2500
feet in length. For these purposes it will be conveyed
tb the purchamsers of the lots, as to their order, as ap-
nprsuas to the lots. The subscriber engages to finish
luring the ensuing year, a road of access across Con-
Atitution Islan, fm a public dock nearly opposite
the West Poit Landing, and which is to be con-
structed within the same period. A single omnibus
wold accommodate eth whole settlement in their comn-
munications with the steamboat navigation of the river,
and with the West-Point and Cold Spring Markets,
which are about equidist.nt. '
Purchasers will of course examixetihe localities for
themselves. It is doubtful if there be another piece
of landupon the river, 6f like extent andbebuty, as we'll
is convenience, for a design of this nature. The most
romantic scenery of the Highlands is before you, with
the placesof greatest historical interest connected with
tiem. The air and water are as pure as possible.
here are fine. drives at hand, with opportunities for
fishing, gunning, &c. ,
These grounds will be sold-low and on easy terms.
Some of the views from them, painted by.Mr. Weir,
may be seen at the office of James Bleecker & Co.,'
No. 30 Broad street, together with Lithographs and'
other illustrations, .It is believed that, to gentlemen
wishing cheap country establishments, in a region of
surpassing interest, nothing better can be offered.
If any person should prefer sites on the north side of
Constitution Island, tlwre are several which it is be-
lieved they will consider eligible, and from which they
may select.
For further particulars inquire of James Bleecker &
Co., in the city of New York, or of the subscriber, at
his residence, opposite West Point.
New York, August4, 1839. au8 2awtf
TN.-CHA.NGIRY-Before the Vice Uv aacenur-e-
X Leonard vs. Leonard and others. State of New
York, ss. In pursuance of an order of the Court of
Chancery, will be sold at public auction under the di-
rection of the subscriber, one of the Masters of the said
Court, at the sales room ofJamesM. Miller & Co., No.
23 Broad street, in the ci;y of New- York, on the twen-
ty-eighth'day of August, A. D. 1839, at 12 o'clock at
noon of that day.
All that lot piece and parcel of land consisting of two
parts or parcels of the land which was granted and con-
veyed to Robert Hunter, deceased, in his lifetime by
William Guthrie in and by an indenture bearing date
on the 29th day of September, 1794, and which is re-
corded in the Office of Register of the City and County
of New York, in Lib. 50 ofConveyances, page 511, the
said two parts or parcels being both situate at Harltim
in the Twelfth Ward of the City of New York, the one
on the westerly and the other on the easterly side of
Eighth Avenue, as now laid out and open; the first of
the said two parts or parcels of the said tract, hereby
granted, being butted and bounded as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the north-westerly line of the
said Eighth Avenue, where the same is intersected by
the said southerly boundary line of the said land of Ro-
bert Hunter, deceased, distant, one hundred and nine
feet ten inches and three-fourths of an inch, north-eas-
terly from the point of intersection of the north-easterly
line of One Hundred and Fifteenth street as the same
is intended to be opened with the said line 6f Eighth
Avenue, and running thence northerly three degrees
and thirty minutes, east along the said north-westerly
line of Eighth Avenue, three hundred and thirty-six
feet seven inches and one-fourth of an inch, to the north
boundary line of the said land of Robert Hunter, deoeas-
ed, thence north seventy-three degrees and ten minutes,
west along said northerly boundary line, nine hundred
and fortv-four feet nine and a half inches, to the westtr-
ly boundary line of the said land of Robert Hunter, de-
ceased; thence south twenty-seven degrees and thirty
minutes west along said boundary line one hundred and
forty-four feet five inches; thence south twenty-four de-
grees and fifteen minutes west, still along said boun-
dary line twenty feet; thence south six degrees
and sixteen minutes west, still along said westerly
boundary line one hundred and eighty-two feet eight
inches to the said southerly boundary line, one hundred
and eighty-two feet eight inches to the said southerly
boundary line, and thence south seventy-four degrees.
and thirty-five minutes east, along the said southerly
boundary line eight hundred and forty-five feet five and
a half inches to the place of beginning, containing six
acres, three roods and thirty five perches of land; and
the second of the two parts or parcels of the tract here-
by granted, being butted and bounded as follows, to
wit: Beginning at a point on the southeasterly line
of the said Eighth Avenue, where the same is inter-
sected by the said southerly boundary line, distant
one hundred and forty-two feet six inches, northeasterly
from the point of intersection of the said line of One
Hundred and Fifteenth street as the same is intended
to be opened with the said southeasterly line of Eighth
Avenue, and running thence south seventy-four degrees
and thirty-eight minutes east along the said southerly
boundary line seven hundred and twenty-three feet
eleven inches and one-fourth of an inch to the west
line of Harlaem lane, thence north ten degrees and
fifty minutes; east along said line of Harlaem lane
three hundred and eleven feet four inches to the said
northerly boundary line; thence north seventy-three
degrees and ten minutes; west along said northerly
boundary line five hundred and fifty-three feet eleven
and a half inches to the said southeasterly line of
Eighth Avenue, and thence south thirty-three degrees
and thirty minutes west along said southeasterly line
of Eighth Avenue three hundred and thirty-four feet to
the place of beginning, containing four acres two roods
and ten perches as surveyed by Edwin Smith, City
Surveyor, May 26, 1835, excepting a certain gore,
piece or parcel of land situate on the southeasterly cor-
ner of Eighth Avenue and one hundred and Sixteenth
street, containing in front on said Eighth Avenue, fifty.
nine feet five inches; on One Hundred and Sixteenth
street, one hundred and eighty-three feet eight and a
half inches; and on the diagonal. line of said gore on(
hundred and ninety-three feet and a half an inch, a

Packet of 25th August.-The packet ship
a SIDDONS, Capt. N.B. Palmer, of 1000 tons,
burthen, will sail as above. For freight or passage,
having accommodations unequtalled for splendor and
comfort, apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall
st., or to E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st.
The packet ship SHERIDAN, will succeed the
Siddons, and sail 25th September. jy26
FOR LONDON-British Vessel-The
fast sailing new British brig MAGNET, A.
SSpark, master, is now loading for the above
port, and having most of her cargo engaged, will have
immediate despatch. For freight or passage, apply to
the captain on board, at Oileans wharf, or to
jy26 E. K. COLLINS & CO, 56 South st.
TER-The superior New York built brig
SUSAN, 250 tons, carries 2250 bbls, sails
fast, coppered in June, and in perfect order for any
voyage. Apply to
jy26 GOODHUJE & CO. 64 South st.
S FOR LIVERPObL.-The superior cop-
r pered ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Tib-
bits, is now loading and will be despatched
without delay. For freight or passage, apply on board,
at Dover st. wharf, or to
jyl9 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-The first class,
j coppered and copper fastened ship CALE-
DONIA, Captain Coffin, having part of her
cargo engaged and going on board, will be despatched
for the above port without delay. For freight or pas-
sage, apply to the Captain on board, at the foot of Mai-
den lane, or to GOODHUE & CO.,
je28 64 South street.

-' -- .e. Pw) ..*...... an T .oy
S ~From teofoot of Barclay st.
The ALBANY, Tuesday mooning, 7 o'clock.
The ERIE, Wednesday morning, 7 o'clock.
S From the foot of Corfnta street.
The SWALLOW, tomorrowjftemoon, 5 o'clock.
The DE- WITT CLINTON, Wednosday after-
noon, at5 o'clock. '
NOTICE.-All goods, freiglt, baggage, bank bills,
speca or any other kind of property, taken, shipped,
or p on beard the boats ofthi line, must, be at the
risk of the owners of such goods; freight, baggage, &c.
aul2 .

The Cars of the Hudson and Berkshire Railroad
Company, will leave (untilafter the 1st of September
next) the Depot at Hudson, at 8 o'clock, A. M., and at
4' o'clock, P.M.
Passengers will be, taken from the Steamboat Land-
ing, and delivered by the Railroad, within about 7
miles pf New Lebanon, where Post Coaches will be'
in readiness to take them to the Springs, where they
will arrive in about 3 hours from Hudson.
SOn 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,
SPassengers from Saratoga, Albany and Troy, will
find this t.ie easiest and pleasantest route to New Le-
banon, Pittsfield; Stockbridge and Lee, and may come
down in the Morning Boats, and take the afternoon
Train, or in the Evening Boats, and enjoy a, good
night's rest, and go out in the Morning Train.
The public houses in Hudson are now equal, if not
superior, to any in the State.
Fare from Hudson to West Stockbridge, $1; to
Old Stockbridge, $1,25; to Lee, $1,50; to the Springs,
.$1,62; to Pittsfield, $1,75.
B12 After the 1st of September, the Cars will leave
at 8 o'clock, A. M, and 3 P M
Hudson, June 18, 1839 je27 2minii
Jfl.SS- and American Steam Navigation Company.
S'mtwaniwp. no rac9fl QUJEEN,"
Lieutenant Richard Roberts, f_ ,..,,'
This splendid steam ship,
lA. burthen, 2016 tons, 500
PS ~horse power, will sail for
./3lCJr" ^ ^the remainder of the year
from this port on the 1st
October and I st December,
.... and :, froni London and
Portsmouth 1st September and lit November.
For freight (of which this ship will take 600 tons) or
passage, apply to WADSWORtH & SMITH,
No. 4 Jones' Lane, rear 103 Front st.,
Agents Brit. and Am. Steam Ship Co.
No goods will be received on board without an order-
from the agents. .
An experienced surgeon is attached to the ship.
Plans ofv the cabinsrmay be seen at the office of the
nj' Letters from any part ofthe United States and
the Canadas, can be forwarded through the Post Office,
as postmasters are authorized to collect the ship's
postage. au8 tf
et-(Louisiana and New York Line.)-The
A very fast-sailing coppered and copper-fasten-
ed packet ship HUNTSVILLE, Captain John El-
dridge, -having a large part of her cargo engaged, and
on board, will have despatch. For freight or
passage, having elegant furnished accommodations,
apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall or to
alt -E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South st.
ni ,- Packet of the 19th Aug.-The packet ship
I& NORTH AMERICA, Capt. W. E. Hoxie,
will sail as above, her regular day. For -freight or
passage, apply to the Captain on board, at the foot of
Beekman street, or to
C H. MARSHALL. 64 South st.
The packet ship EUROPE, will succeed the North
America, and sail on the 1st September. aulO

WTANTED, a Cook; one having good recommen-
datiows ^-^^^t-T'a rfU auv Ao
v a-,tn r Astreet, between63 tiMXi .Ae-
nues. je24ttt

THE CO-PARTNERSHIP-*vxisting between
HAMILTON, Jr., is this day dissolved.
July 19th, 1839. .

jy20'tf -


Notice is hereby given, that a Dividend of Forty
per Cent. upon the claims of the creditors of the Bank,
presented to, and allowed by the Receivers, is now
payable at the offices of AARON S. PENNINOTON,
in Paterson, and ASA WHJTEWEAD, in New-
ark, making, with the dividend of sixfty per cent. here-
tofore paid, the full amount' of the principalt of said
claims.-July 25,1839.
jy30 2w Receivers, &c.

Dividend of Three per Cent. on the Capital Stock of
this Company, to the 1st instant, has been declared,
payable on the 15th of August next. The Transfer
Books will be closed from the 10th to the 1$th August,
inclusive. ,J, WOTHINGTON,
jy30'1m .f Treasurer.

C JHURCH ORGAN.-The large and'elegant Organ
now in St. John's Chapel, is offered for sale. It
has three.ranks of keys, and two octaves of pedals,
&c. &c. As it can be seen and tried at any time, a
further description is deemed unnecessary.. ; For
terms, apply to ROBERT HYSLOP,
jy20 m No: 220 Pearl street.

PANY, No. 44 Wall street, make Marine and
Fire Insurance, at the same rates as the other Insur-
ance Offices of this city, and the entire profits are
shared by the insured.
Zebedee Cook, Junr. Moses Taylor
Gulian C. Verplanck Charles Sagory
Robert B. Mintum William H. Aspinwall
Pelatiah Perit Caleb Bartlett
GeorgeT. Elliott John Harper
Rufus L. Lord Adam Norris -
David Hadden Mortimer Livingston
Sidney Brooks Nathaniel Weed
Herman Oelrichs Archibald Gracie
Alfred Pell E. A. B. Graves
Henry W. Hicks John Duer
Samuel F. Dorr Joseph Blunt.
ZEBEDEE COOK, Jr., President.
ALFRED PELL, Vice President.
JOS. B. COLLINS, Secretary. :.m.y25 istf


NV ^Whovalpd~r &ilkd PleO&dlf
Laces, Embroideries, Shawls, 'Kich M ns, &c. &.
No. 231 Broadway,
S (Adjolping the American Hotel,)
Were will be found the newest and most fashionable
Goods in his branch of Business.,

No. 337 Broadway, New York,

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tBLESSINGTON.-Reccntly published, in a beau-
Stifully prated' volume, foolscap Rvo, cloth l"red,
By the Countess qf Blessingtkn.
"Vivere cogitare est."
"Life is measured but by the thoughts and affections.'
WILEY & PUTNAM, 161 Broadway, N.Y.:
and for sale by all Booksellers.
W EEHAWKEN, N.J.;two miles from the Hobo-
ken Ferries.-This new and splendid establishment is
now ope6 d fr tLe reception of boarders and visitors.
A carriage will ,run between the Lferr and the hotel
every half hour during the day, commencing at half past
7 o'clock, A. M. jel3 2m H. H. DYER,-Proprietor.
OR SALE-A black HORSE, at Mitchell's sta-
bles, 46 Green street. He is accustomed to the
harness or saddle. Price, $500. au8 lwis*
SMONEY.-Any person of respectable connex-
ions, who possesses an established credit, as an active
partner, or as a silent one, possessing either good credit
or money, desiring an interest for himself or any other
person, by becoming security, to' the amount of about'
25 or 35,000 dollars, without any risk, can hear of an:
opportunity of securing a handsomewresult asscertainly as
life itself. The business wanted to engage in, is Re-
tailing, Jobbing 'nd Importing French and English Dry
Goods in all t.eir varieties, with a first rate set of
customers wbp purchase for cash; city acceptance or
approved sea boird paper. As this is an exceeding rare
opportunity, an ifmnediate application is necessary.
Address H. J. & Son,-lower post office, with real name
%and reference, which will remain strictly confidential,
if desired. au8 2w
Office of the New York Fire Insurance Company,
fl ":" August 8th, l3.
D IVIDEND.-The Board of Directors have this
day declared a Semi-annual Dividend of 4 per.ent.
upon the Capital Stock of this Company, payable to
the Stockholders on Or after:the 15th inst. :
The Transfer Books will be closed till the 15th inst,
au8 lm* A. M. MERCHANT, Secretary.

S., & L. H 0 L M E S,-
No. 44 Maiden Lane, .
Dealers in Linens, Sheetings, Damasks, Towellings,
&c., Blankets, Quilts, Flannels, &c., with
a large assortment of Dry Goods.
B LACK BOMBAZINES-Just re ceived an assor
ment of beautiful black and blue black Bomba-
zines, very cheap, at P. & G. BROWN'S,
jel5 46 Canal street.
subscribers have opened an elegant and extensive
assortment of English printed andtwilled Silk Hdkfs.
in new and handsome designs. Also, some of the
heaviest printed Coras that have ever been imported.
au7 A. T. STEWART & CO. 257 Broadway.

S. &L. HOLMES have just received some En-
gjish Cambric Long Cloths, very fine. Also, Cotton
bhirtings, of various qualities, at 44 Maiden Lane.
N. B. On hand, Genuine Eau de Cologne. jy26
Transits from London, Theodolites, from Lon-
don, Paris and Germany; Telescopes of Fraunhope's,
Rossins, Troughton & Simms, and Plopel's make;
together with a large assortment of Nautical Instru-
ments, Mathematical and Astronomical Books ; for
sale by E. & G. W. BLUNT, 179 Water st.,
jel7 cor. of Burling slip.

CHURCH of Saint Timothy, situated in Sixth street,
between the 2d and 3d Avenues, covering two lots.-
The Church is spacious and new, having been com-
pleted during the last summer, and duly dedicated by
the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of this Diocese. The premis-
es to be sold in fee simple.
For title and terms, apply to
JOHN M. PLATT, Counsellor,
je26 Ivis&tf .1 Nassau street, New York.

-rTHE LATE NEW WORKS, from London.-
WM. A. COLMAN, No. 205 roadway, has im-
port'ed, within a few weeks, nearly all of the most
popular Publications on the subjects of Steam, Rail-
roads, Canals, History, Voyages and Travels, Geolo-
gy, Botany, Chemistry, Sporting, and the Sciences in
General-all which are sold at a moderate profit. Be-
sides, he has received a few cases of choice Engra-
vings, Drawings, and Oil Paintings. au8 6t is

O UILLS.-The subscribers, Manufacturers, and
Wholesale Dealers, keep constantly on hand a
heavy stock of Quills, comprising all the different quali-
ties. Also, Quill Pens, very neatly put up fir re-
tailers, for sale at Stationers' Hall, 245 Pearl street,
and office 34 Wall street.
au9 D. FELT & CO.

&c:.-The subscribers have-opened the following
desirable Goods, viz : .
One case Mourning Muslin de Laines, fine quality,
3 do new style Paris Silks, the first imported,
1 do super plain Poult de Soies, at 6s. per yd.
1 do do figured do 6s. do
1 do do satin striped do 6s. do
2 do printed silk pocket Hdkfs, in new and
handsome patterns.
au9 A. T. STEWART & CO. 257 Broadway.



i; three story Houses, just finishing on University
"tPlace; between 13th and-14th streets, and which
il be riealy for occupation owilst September next.
Also. a House in Clinton ,Place,g 8ti street,) and
o Houses in 9th street., Apply atj:& Broadway,
tween 10 and. 2 o'clock, 'br of Mr. '. GREJEN
EARSON, 27 Merchants' Exchange. au3 iftf,

6 FOR SALE LOW-The s'erior 3 story
E House and Lot No. Fifth Av nve, being the
IfLfirst house above 10th street. The Lotis 25 x
.100. The house 25 x 50, with an additionalbuilding
for bathing room and water closets, The ceilings are
very high. The parlor mantels are of statuary marble,
with Berlin iron -rates.' Possession canu-W had im-
mediately. The 6hureh of the Ascension, (Dr. East-
burnum's,) is to be erected on the adjoining lots, and will
add to the value of the property. Apply to
au8 27 Merchants' Exchange .


'OR SALE-Lot No. 19 Upward street, 25 b& 100
feet, in the rear of the Rev. Dr. Eastbura's
church, with the materials on the ground. Apply at
S Broadway. jy23 tf

Avenue, between 14th streetand Washington Square,
will be sold separately, or several laying together, in-
cluding the corner lots,-each 26 feet by 100. -
Lots on north side of Eleventh street, near Wooster
street, each 26 feet 5 inches, front, by 103 fet' 3 inches
deep. ,
Five lots at Harlem, very eligible situated. The
terms of payment made easy and accodunodaIng.-
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, comer of Wall street, between 1 ands 3
o'clock, P. M.j jy
SACKAWANA OOA.L-I.- _-- 1. -hs ,rg__
L Inquire at 53 William street, corner of Pine.
L ACKAWANA COAL-Broken and Egg size,
delivered to consumers in New York and Brook-
lyn, at $6 50 per-tr'. Also, Nut Coal at $6-all free
of dartage-Apply at the office at the junction of East
Broadwy- and Division st. at 5a"Wlliani, corner of
Pine street, or at the Coal Yard, foot of Jackson st.
Brooklyn. d14

L ACKAWANA COAL-For sale by the cargo-
S Deliverable at Brooklyn. Apply at the office of
the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company, 53 Pine
street. New York, or to ALFRED WRIGHT, Agent,
at Providence, Rhode Island. d4 tf

The subscribers are discharging from ship West-
chester, L. P. Orrel Coals, of first quality, for family
use, lowered in the hold and large size. Apply at
Pier 14, East River, or to
jy3 Broadway and Fourth street.

Now discharging from brig Satisfaction,' riddled
Newcastle Coals, of first quality for smiths and man-
ufacturers, for sale in lots to suit purchasers, by
050 Washington st, and corner of East Broadway
and Gouverneur st. jell

Coal, for sale in broken lump or nut sizes, by the
cargo, as low as can be purchased in Philadelphia,
and delivered in Philadelphia, New York, or else-
where, by LAING & RANDOLPH,
250 Waghington, and comer of East Broadway and
Gouverneur st. jell

LIVER COMPLAINT.-Dr. Taylor's Balsam of
Liverwort exerts a beneficial influence upon the
liver, thereby curing many diseases which result from
diseased liver-Dyspepsia, pain in the side, bowel
complaints, and dysentary, usually result from this
cause, and are cured by this Balsam. It should be in
every house. During the hot weather, nothing can be
so strengthening as this mild restorative. And if peo-
ple would avoid bilious' fevers, and many other deadly
diseases, they must pay strict regard to the action of
the liver. This medicine can be had genuine at the
Bowery Medicine Store, 260 Bowery.
jyl3 N. W. BADEAU, Agent
P OUDRETTE FOR SALE-For sale, a few hun
died bushels df Poudrette, a first rate manure.
Apply at the office of the New York Poudrette Con
pany, 120 Nassau street, up-stairs.
au9 2wD&C D. K. MINOR.
S casks Swaynes, and Bryant & Davies, in-quarts
And pints, for sale by
au3 10 old slip
N UTRIA SKINS-2 bales Nutria Skins, for sale by
.au8 55 South st
G RASS CLOTH-8 bales Grass Cloth, for sale by
au8 i' 55 South st.
SRANDIES-I Rochefle, 6ognac, and, Champagne
L Brandy, for- sale by -
nu8 -.' 3-Pine street.
ITALIAN SEWINGS-25 and 46 inch'black, just
received and forsaleby -
au7 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.

EWING SILK-3 1-2 trunks Fenizio's Sewing
Silk, for sale by ,
I_..1 rU Trr A lT fln. A iTTTWUAT.T. K5 So th st.

B 0 0 K AN: D AS D
(Office of the "New Yorlk' ric -
: No. 18 ifh#TRT, NT' -
All orders ex an pu,
" n4de,w e-rae terms. ? .
. cery Bill!a erLaw Wdcka carefully print-
A. BARMiORE & CO, 522 Greenwich street,
Has on hahd a laire, supply of this superior article, and
.i.l ly .
in any quatitiesand at the shrE notice.
N. B.-Al orders for the above ict will w received
at T. DOWNING'S,5 Broad ste hero tice
can be seen. n S 6m
.L BYOUNG LADIES, No. 1 Fifth A.euue, he.ar
Washington Square-The: MISSES LtCy M.&
MARYK'. GREEN, having taken the esttulWwasi'
forj any years conducted by Mis. E; Smiit, first.
Hudson Square, and since in its present location, will
recommence'the school at the close of the vacation, -,
Tuesday, Sept. 10. '
.Miss Lucy M. Green has held a responsible situa-'
tion with Mrs. Smith during the last four years, ard it,
will be the care of te Missen G. subesaiully to pre-
serve the'regalitions and course of instruction hereto-.
fore observed. jy26 am2awtSl 1thea d2w
1). Office of Superintendent of Coinmot Schools- 4
Alba*y, August2d, 1839. '
Notice isereb given, that' at- coinmmencemeut
oltthe next term of the Ne r Institution for the
Instruction ofth De f.dDumb, on the 15th day of
September ne expected there will be twenty o
twenty cancies in the list of pupils supported at
the xpense of the State. Applications for the i'
-misssion of 'indigent PPs 'to supply thiosd
,vacancies, may be made at once to the Su-
perintendent, of the Comrmon Schools; it is deir-
able that they should be presented as so$n as practiW
cable, that the necessary arrangements afs-be made sW
enable those who~shall be seleeted-taioimtneiru ec-
tive classes at the commencement of the new-firm.
Such applications must be accompani&I'lsr a certificate
of the overseets of the goor of Ae' tw% stating the
-xe' A- oT1uSzproposed pupil, (who must be
over twelve and under twenty-five years of age) and
the inability of his parents or guardians-to inaintain
him at the institution; and if there be-aled an inability
to clothe the pupils, that fact should be'stamed, for in
sach case itifeeoairy is required by law'to raise the
sum-of twenty d6ltairs annually for "the eparose.
Each Senate District iB-entitled to isend fifteen pu-
pils-but in case of their neglect to furnish their full
number, within two months after notice given, the de-
ficiency maybe6 mdle up tfnj other districts. This
has been done for several years, so that there is no,
a great disproportion in the numbers taken from there-
spective districts. FProm the 7th there is btt :oie;
from the 8th, twelve; from the 5th, twenty-three,'&c.
Applications may therefore be made from, any,part of
the 19tate, and if tlhy are more numerous than the va-
canlies, .preftrence':will be given in the .selction to
those"senate districts Whish havethe small% number
of pupils. JOHN C. SPENCEf, Superintendent,.
au5 d2wc3w

WALDENiEPLjLAu& iFW ."" "t-I N-
B, D. TO I r\X. \ "
TO 4RO4 W 0JU-WaV^7
At 12 o'clqck at the go., 68 Exchang r p 6i, rcor\
ner New st, underwardm. inspection, 15 bal.
kets, 25 bal 'velvet corks, danaod.o- rM uoiq'
importation. .* 4
SouthSide StDoiniAgo MahgWavy .-M4e' pck at
Duryee's wharf, 9 R, the. entire .. r
Torch, fro n theCity of St Donmn ,-s | pA"
tion of which are crotches of unI.l e ality,
the balance table wood of large size and very ia-
lity, and well adapted to European fMN.ke, 1068
of tke table wood asmares 7000 feet ...
St Domingo Maheany.-At 4 'c leek 'at tb # of -
Duane st,the cargo of the brig Orion, coeistit 50.SO-
large logs St Domingo Daaheny~psrt of wtih Is very
superior, Terms, 4 mouts for stpah bvorlO-rs,
approved endorsed notes. A %- .:
THURSDAY, Aug. 1If .
Peremptory Sale of 8pis Churh C Belh.a l 122
o'clock &t 52 New st, thebiaee ofthe imp i yf
the Utiea and Burgundy, .ixig 44"4'
Church Bells, warranted of equal ta .tu o
the remainderof the lot TheyA AuifWe U lf.n8t
pounds. Terms, 4 months for sam 0"
approved endorsed notes. ; -- -
At f before 11 o'clock, in front of thes-w arst -i
Cotton Bagging-19 bales coutim bsma. Fias,
at sale.FRIDAY, An t' -
FRIDAY, Aug'm .c
At of 11 o'clock, in front ofthe auetis o
Sale of Madeira and Sherry Wine-600 p_*._rbhds
and qr casks Madeira amd Sherry Wines of SoWst -
favored bravdsr'iceludlng wines oferqf'y edWband'
character, of Messrs 8 "ikor
t-"-T--rctr, flidn-' B aid Mexican v insjtelp-
nougo Orontes, from Madeira and Cadez dirc-VtlY "
liberal. -'
Port Wine-700 casks Port Winfie, pdr bright! nls,
Vintares 'a&nd Tartura, part of very sspeuor qelity.
Terms at sale.- ..
Also, the following wines imported by Mestm John
G. & R. Boker, from the house of Kieler & ..-
Rousillon-50Whalfpipes and 50 qr o4*.As M aon;
50 qr pipes Catalonia; 50Indian bris Mu Bts$Ofilases
Muscat de Frontignan; 700 cases St JAtA S S' St.
Emilion Clarets; 15 casks Vin de GotsveP6.Wf A.
TUNSDAY, Aug. 27L .- .# .
At-o'clock )tthe Ph*sa weS ei
Sale of Wines, Brandy and Se'W=.-4_00 baskets
Champagne, all of reee* impotlfift and v ra fine
quality, form a good winefor ot covttaybWtde, to the
very best imported-compris'mW an asoutmeptn worthy
the attention of all. The brEnd are 'JiuW' 'Tenus,'.
'Golden Eagle,' 'Evening Stai^ 'Star*na e ad
Mey,' &c. T.. I
500 cases Red Burgundy W-nes. 3 ..,. ,
400 cases Rhemish Wine. "- '
400 cases Bordeaux Cilret., :i, .--
240 do StJulien. .i .
50 do Clossman's ChateauMargaux. .
100 do superior E.I. Madeira. .
50 pipes, andhhids a=4d qr casks 'Cirte'- SenTy,
under Custom House lock, imported per 4ondina,
'Hope Rieeve, and Vurtage.' '
300,000 superior. Havana Segs. ', ,.
75 half pipes superior'Brandy in bond.
The above may be examined byCatalog"e one day
previous to the sale. -
JOSIH RIHA-vv.ctroeer

SI ,tofJ .B ataway.
ON WEDNESDAY EVEN -AMgust. 14th, at,
71 o'clock, at the auction zoas
large and valuable consignment of, splendi- English
Engravings, recently imported, part of whiac*ere re-
ceived per British Queen. They-mibrace peat va-
riety of subjects, by the best artists of Europe, inelud
ing Wilkie, Landseer, Martin, Reynolds, Lawrence,
West, Lewis, Stanfield, Jones,.&c. A paistnof them
are proof impressfons and finely colored. Amam'gthem
are the Maid of Saragassa, by Wilkie; Bolton Abbey
in theOlden time, by Landseer; Faull Le$h Portraits
of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, byA$60o and Lane;
Citation of Wickliff&; King John Signing Magna
Charta; Christ Restoring theBlipd; The Lat Sup.
per, by West; Death of Thomas a Becket; Tpleika, i
by Biard; Landing of Mary Queen of .$cats at..Lith;
Kearnan's ,Coronation of Queen Viotoria; Btle of
Dirumlog, Gipsey Warning; 'llag Aua.'Q.uiteo
Enjoyments; Military Attack; The. Cda P.U, o.
&c, and a great variety of Sporting, Ridint 0F7any
Pieces- .
Also, a choice assortment of French htographs,
beautifully colored. :.
'The whole wil be arranged for exdibiti(in to days "
previous to the sa,twhen catalogues'naa&+bet*ained.
To commence on MONDAY MORN ING,'August
26th, with the several extensive invoices of Stationery,
including a large assortment of Hudson's, 'A;Ies, Don- '
aldson's, Brandywine Company's, and otl 'Pers of
every variety, white and blue laid and wpve, gi' and
ungilt;-Printing Papers of various qualities al sizes;
MarbledandColored Papers of vanouas' Fte En-
melled and'Ifbiry Surface Cards, from 1=he ._manu-
factories;, Blank Books, full bound and.haif do; Memo-
.randum Books, Pass Books, Blotting -Cases, &c- Note
Cases, Wallets, Pocket Books, &e; Cutlery, ,Pencil
Cases, Lead Pencils, Pencil Leads, 'Paiat Boxes; Ma-
thematidal Instrumnents, &c; Ink, Writing Fluid, Ger-
man Slates, a large assortment of Rosewood ad Ma-

yard, B okyn1S86 ius Cuba cedau,5 4 trswa~fin$
TUESDAYAug.20 W w o
Extensive 6W$of Wines, yS k iAt. U
o'clock, in the lo(,of the store 26 JBroMp. V ,. .
Maseira Wine,v.various briMs and. q ,a"i -
pVe tb- qr oas.nd brls. ", .. a
Tort Wjne, in pipig,hds and qv 454.w | '
Sons' brand. q ,
worry Wine, cass .' .
Otr ca~. '
Sicily Mrdoei, m pipes,dNs and qr cask, rItUm
,& e w^aJi brand. -, ..,. -
Teriff Wine, in qnarteo %ks and bar ,,_. 10
and cargo. ... '
Lisbon White and re8, in hhds ai4 qj eg k." d
Red Wine,inhhds and qr cask.. ". '
Bandy-CPgac Mod Chaszpa4g ipih4fd4 i.
Ca{sks. "-:-: -. *." I'*-
casks. baakets favorite
Champnagae-46o brv~j dt
RonssilUon Coil, in cases of Ioa&n x f.:A
The above 'wera U imported by MessWi it;
Eivingston, and wi be offeredf.r sale ia t#e
26 Broad st.
Catalogues and .hplAes win iey .thred dy
previous to the sale. '.
MAD.1 i'Etjkwtisiut *.'

FOR CAMPEACHY-touching at Ja-
woaica or St. Domingo, is sufficient freight of
fers.-The brig GLIDE, Kimball, master,
will be despatched in the course of next week. Fox
freight or passage, apply to
au9 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL, 55 South st.
To sail on the 7th Sept.-The packet ship
ROSCOE, J. C. Delano, master, will sail
as above, her regular day. For freight or passage ap-
ply to the captain on board, at the foot of Maiden lane,
au9 134 Front street.
l sail the 1st Sept.-The packet ship ST.
JAMES, Win. S. Sebor, master, will sail as
above, her regular day. For freight or passage, apply
to the Captain on board the ship. at the foot of Maiden
Lane, orto GRINNET,.,TyMIfrrrt o.'.
134 Front street.
The rate of passage by the London Packets is re-
duced to $100. au9
FOR LIVERPOOL--The first class A 1
s copper fastened and coppered ship FRAN-
I& CIS DEPAU, Captain Forbes, will have
prompt despatch for the above port. For freight or
passage, apply to the captain on board, at pier No. 7,
North River, or to
au5 GOODHUE & CO., 64 South street.
j The fine Tuscan ship GRECCIA,Cossovich,
master, burthen 550 tons, coppered and cop-
per fastened, will be despatched for any port on the
Mediterranean, viz; Marseilles,. Leghorn or Trieste'
Apply to ROGERS & CO.
au2 tf 55 Wall street.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-Packet of 13th
August.-The packet ship VIRGINIAN,
I&- J. Harris, master, will sail as above, her re-
gular day. For freight or passage, apply on board, at
foot of Maiden Lane, or to
ROBERT KERMIT, 74 South st.
The SHEFFIELD will succeed the VIRGINIAN,
and sail on the 13th Sept. jy31
1 FREDERICK, Captain Kaud, will be des-
.- patched 10th Augusf, and can take some
freight, if early application is made to
jy30 GOODHUE & CO. 64 South st.
JFOR HAVRE.-(Packet of the 16th
l^ August.)-The packet ship VILLE DE
La LYON, Captain Charles Stoddard, will sail
on her regular day as above. ,For freight or passage,
apply on board, at foot of Rector street, or to
jy30 22 Broad sWeet.


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ATp Laud'*Conferfnde, with Fisher. 1 vo!. wAl we e C aP5llnTk5 anr ifteentriph a D e 19 Augnd.t whe NOCroOectr. te by given that an attachment has isued against the e eofainats or
Pa *e- t Tos. 8.,lat III. a The day, leraingae as f t h DerAlle.19 b thse Naips AMEfiCA.>lW Fe b 0h tate of Jonatha Glrt, a non-resident dbr;uand ,dat his order;
"l"ift'S 0ginev I B 2 Fe vols. 0. dsyT egol 6 t'dav0i Aprl19el 9n tons-W E. Hoxio June 7 that the same will be sold for the ay meant a of ha da
Boat's r 7, ;. o. 7tt@ FLO-CntrRWa, -,-- a, -.. ; Pal 2 Sept. 1 Oct.. 19 debts, unless lbe appear and dtcharge suchattach- fantd s o pyitr wth
S, WIIY & ^PUTNAM, Imlertr, FJuneoot o9arci at. cJan. 1 Thle t C ons-J. F e bv 1ment according to law within nine months from thie ant Alior wthe
; ',^-161Broad**4,New York,a and Poco'lalts, ie7 J oM, S .e.n S May 1 a RathbAne. June 1 first publication of this notice; and that the payment of sai bill and in2
pate4osterow, LondoJ.. 1 i6A .& "'A aSept.19) Nov. 7 of any debts due himbyresidentsofthisStateand the pintmyba
..3... oeo, NATE.;.'on .rt s.le PS wl l e a S- Jan. 19 pag fThe EUROPE- 618tons-E. G. Mar. delivery thlm, or for her usc, of any property withi A
Byl--: th-. ti Loil'" On vk A. M^ I 7leayvde -o, r A 41. "May 19 Marshall. OJuly 7 this State belonging to hi and the transfer of sa cemanan
4."l- i,, r ny,. ar_ PE"Gt .-S BK -. 3 ceN,_.M-. 1 Oct. 1a) La Nov. s19 such property y b y him are forbidden by law and are tt. p.e ,a.

oa large 8(voeg^ _'Mea ^^^^ ^S ^ ^. 3..S .
;wl 'Ju. dt o 1, P, M.t P. a 8 arvo.t vAlme, .d- "1M 3 Feb. l The COLUMBS-6 toens- Mar. 19 oid J o Ct namesai pubtc
Owl= maocco. very elepn.WFae11cnsm!TB.Copr
Eu" familiarly F. Jare 18n cents my ei June T B Cro er Jul 19 Dated at Locpotth2tlf sotc paper at least

P^Siti b r c Shak "ea e aestied On -udy -h .. .. tri fo e YorP n Agnt Datepdethetr ignan i lshl a saorsitesm fffycns authLorikn rttahment 20g ain nof un-rsdneos Spem e
d. c B, ,t, &,xfamGiriy^d s M. Julyr1839. in succession, or th
gS3Swi' aeYorKed Ates fromor8gal N3aw-; EW YORK AND H ARLEM RAIL ROAD, ReT l St. Y.q Oct. 19rn tr AcTe (Dec 7 SME b eonn sre
Fe 19 The 7on o f thisAMntheL BaOW be of persona nte a
~-t~is~AflR twlEyro riial he ofawhe
aw ', 49 Naav4raeT na ~n daome voflThe Cs June 19 tons-W. C.pBarstow.eAnug.7 jew Atto..ey fo aci .. ed.t.. least twTy dy b

ogiu^Z s .^ ^ 0 T >"i^^ '^ -14 rn t YTusa, Ags A, 1~re 2~ 3 c 19 any O Ieb-ts d et i yresodnts ofin -clims against ED-herS t aplpearance s(
rw 8vlr y e .. o c AM. ob, W D.ES, t1. M 1The.ENGLAND-730 tons-B. oApril .19aA R hr l.e of th i ityd e ,
i~lustrdeim: b Miss TwaMEYs RRANE.MENT o ow 4. ~ ~-~July 1 L. Waite. Aug. 19arhebyntfdtopentheamfrstlmnt Pesn&Wi
n tA T 1 wtOn and after the- 17-th day of June,' the c ars,:n me These ships are all of the first class, to eth e s ie t hi re s de, Brofa
i LAISARDIN OFI leave the City dall, Walker street, al o Hain, at 6 1Z 5 6 | s pe b of are fobde by law and are furnished

OXAMn TALy^^~win ANUAS Bh Greek LOUa oclckn7.8 4 ~ io ii an .12 A.M. and 1. OLN & CO. 56 Sot st.- eno hrce adeprec, Nn.r urihdo or befor th tent day of? Decmbe next and NTOTIC Dwof ap
DO-Eh e wl LADtaS TbFLe OWER d oa'c lo2, k.M. and 10to ah ot store of the bes kd Ee atenio il e those intd ae requestedt Makel pymentforth Fis sle from D

.^ ^~d hytt~ais2 Byvo Night Lin,: t (S nd1 witepstoresT ofi froe besw kind. Ever atheio will 6te anw4tithvdo 1 64 and C utyh f e w Yoksoieishrbienu- cutyo
tlp ,ToLS.. NeTa ah rMptesde. o o. clo k HP.a. id tpanatso paanntd-halfwiur, till8hoclock.,a tthesa pacdtopassengtars, to promote theothir comfort and coa aa hin t len
f '*.*.r',byas .a8,neor The Ca w --ill J ave s e Cir, I3-ll n d Fifteenth a 8 i- Api 16 -i e T e r at .f a ge u d i fix ed Date d Ne w Yo Jun ON S Eth 18u of. he se nd aran tton
OHias in8o aP asteetneerywten ,a dis witesfrome their tikt at teet gothe Ce. am IAC Jones, Ex the reuto Benjaint Moon

iaaLt6W d cutur o nePan ts, ilber~a've arl di Fif.v m es P.civ a. *er Tike grts bei' pr e t Oct 16 (Dec de1i n anSd o $ 20 witout 21 q arsdertateC t of Mihel Orlsheansr, i rste Judge of the 28th 1839 Credlr th
-.ih.l**T w ikjm .ngtso i.0 %o adt dte afer Iossg ,e i lr r 1 lines, at$140, including wines, and stores of every "dY order ih ae U sofrthe 2t 1 re
JIJa manuter. Tlai 0? dhe fell wing are ecvebythe re of t fnre o u 8 S CourtL. Pof C o Pleas for tand d cun- R tMs
t... .. _. -il- cc~~y~hou Ff 'l~kr. a.'" ..; % "1 0. Q n CZ W CA cescc ion an1$102ithut.scCort t iomnn leandrme $t an 'on- obrt M rriy
"-Bmano re.d Nos-,tr-tCAnd Ia. arLe Tmhe -followengaretheerates of far,@: All l letters by these ships willhereafter be charged ty of New York, Noticeis herey given, pursuantto athis ofceo. 5
B Y "T TT Y l. wt14cnsptaFrom Citye Hall. From Har plem.e b 2 r ithon ot singe sheet, and double the provisions of the statutesauthor g a attachment 4th day of Sep 1 temb
T Ni 6jS-T two eGArINE ofviil ANYo 4o Fifteent.. a _ents. To or kvie, 6t cts. fo- J S B D. le tters and parcels in proportion. against non-resident debtors, that an attachment has noon of that day.
otER OF FLOW]o _.ts. F fteenthst. 18cts. 5 t-. -Neither the captains or the owners of these shis iss sued against the estate of Charles R Briggs and ToE

E9m r vlm;teohri OFmo FLch voun trains for wil fet ah y7 Arl8) ,^ a 6ms perwt ors any parc ttel Morhw s Poest presidents thte Seogigtathem OanEd- gh ~o~
.' Yo 350. (vtvcoloredo ates inform, & N rtyOndst L E. ortyscconRs.Ic. F s n s.2 J A r wi l l be responsible for any letters, parcels or packa- Moses R. Munn, sd ot theo New Jer- N 1-i;,i
LOERilurab, 9.5 dets. Ci tRA HallN-IE 25 eta .. a g C~-es sent by them, less regular bills of lading are sey, and that the same wll be sold for the payment o ar,
y r "~~- ,tF;are on Sundays between CiVB Hall and Forty-se-. the refor For freight or RassageRaoinyto sted their unets the a ef Jne ^
.'em "tftjse os NAhUr o- r cod street and iN ter me "i-a-e plAces 2 cents. l ... signed there. For feg ordpasoge, PP to their debts thy aPPear and d rtga-teofice of Josph
P*A SF U re7e n. S. WI GAM--a-d- GOODHUE & CO., or a Su t. N y tachment, according to law, wLtt-h nine months from Buffl on the 20t
S. ULr-ose itn. roupsrimagand a e -.S. iAuperintendant. e e ships are all of the first class, and ably con- C.rH. MARSaLLo, f the i first Duhi r i t n Mrf t--o; and that the pay- o-c -k i th or
sokl. rexi e bmNwn JERSE AILIOUA &u.s oJW".,P Aug. t X -rp ,o passengers. and to BA.R1"-. IRwaTI4 n 4 oa-pua., ment of any bts due to them byresidnts of this e 0f a
hid for pTsale a NE, JES E. RI, RA &, f TATION" COMPANY. epriceepassage ierom IN ewa t._r a p Liverpool State, and the delivery to them or for theiruse, of any
ads-u.LW & PU 161 ea....ark..Elizattown, Rahway, andN Brunswick. fixedat $140, and from Liverpool to New o*r ....OTICE T6CAjTMEN PRENEWTHEIR- property withthls State belongin to them, and the
I tENGLISH a3 ...S. wel g u ieas ... icung. es soe an b eddi. N. e eC. N LICENSE S.-Li.Extracts from a Law entitled transferof any suc property by tem, are forbidaeny b y.
_W ILEY &PUTNAM, I ers, 161 Broa4,way, ,the captain or owners will be resp onsible for t- Law toregullteCarts and Cartmenpassed the a nyw lt a re
t ers, parcels or packages, unless-regular bll ondn A La torguae a ts a d Catun pa s d h aw nd ae od jelll w18p3
Ie* ToW-, and895Pater-nostd" ow, Londonfhave re- pc o- pakge" b"l 10th day of August, 1833. Dated the 19thdaof Apr, 1839.
eeipelm ate inb. Oi te N1E11"11-W a re signed therefor. Sec. 5. All Licenses to Cartmen shall expire on the LE WIS M. RUTHERFORD, County of New
pie] M T%1f andWat ero NmEW. R. NSI Iar Wo Tt D2,50 t RA INtSn 2. MAgents for t e shps Oxford Norh America, o sey, an wlatst tMoena of Attcnas a hresdecer an ......oun the
w ~6a IB.vo.. p uree ctis plates. (From foot of Liberty street, New Yok.) rope, Columbus, South America, England, Orpheus, ls M ayo fe t a tr p6 lape At oor efor ttaching rd i o r a l persons avnd al
-.Teis oint0xi arcond Leavof th sam- with the oe Nea B S TRI s.y Mag fo th sips Oxford, No rRAmSece as V' orde of thHob Wl ni one oer eff
at'et tnof L 17 At 9 O'clokV1 A eaveMaYar Leave. New Br swick.and 16 ambrie.or 64S outh N f Cartmen, shall ay to the Mayor, for the use of the HUthe Associate Judges of the Court of Common sam e
Pu- l splndid pcoi e IAoc, .-M.da1lo 12 Sp ncooAn dC. l-T cy..4oushusmN. 1ty s of tewo, dl and cand fifty cents; and up- Pleas for the Cty and County ofNewYork, Notes the office of Win.
JPau d la, splendiModcrtorol.9eat t .onM oe, 'o do. eMARSHALL, e
Sroyalvo.6 Scs PMdo 9 P Mdo.oBARING,,pBROTHERS & CO. Live oor on the renewal of any cartman's license, such person hereby given, pursuant to the provisions of the statute City f New
.:itai ~ tio. a of ,,reet-fce, Shakpe are, a alestine, eOned aa, the 6 P. M. tripfrmNw York, and Aoents for.ships Westch ester, Virginian, s eeld shall pay as aforesaity the smith of fifty en ets. authorizing attachment a wissuesd nonri the eat o Seteme newt.o
Qaoytser vole c ier No. Sundy fromhvrdcptna New I coformi theforewith, theoCarfenarehereby that an attament has is debtsrmssuheappeand aainstchae estt ahofD
Z;6n,M h 'Nights, D on .uxoteapel"', &SECc.7A.LM. trip from New Brunswick, are omitted. ando united States.drqieornwterLcnetteM by tes Packets-S fre ol a. ww [ L am Ben, aon-toth n e of
Cj-ofleidA ,teR emains,.4*61 p vo. are betwe New York and Elizabe thtownm, c37 ROBERT KERMIT, 75 South ,. t., N. Y. Ceuret renwtheincr Lcns athrd the O a uelA daon of the State of New of an

JqO majtop'o 4 nraiginmsdh ei r royctal ^ Svo ce rms tahwen ce nts; Nr e w Brun swi ckalra, 75cnts T &CI. SAT N DSFO & C.LiveDl.G N fleA Ct Hokallto omencet o n Thrsahe1tta Y ork and that s the sam will be esold s f or the s ptaym e ntne ofml a
gravingU ofV .hir reoyeal aiod, tom lahwy wti neiet, mNo frormn the PhiaelpRiaAsN6 T. & 1. SANDS & of Liv .t
ataneo [ ddo:NEWARK ACCOMMODATION LINE. Agents for ship Shakbpeare, Independence, Roscoe of August, 1839, at 10 o'clock A. M., four classes each his debts unlh appear andde sc attach ii H. to
B ....cit.d o o oflade our.tlandt 2t., N. Y.) ndGorge Wa hinton.d i u i n, CLASSe S. first ublicaton ofthis notice; and t m ofm ..1. .r..
hi tiyof Pure ieReaso* 8vo. .Xeave Few York. ._ eave Newark. GRI NNELL, MINTIU RN & CO. Fhursay, Auust1,,92 a W..ydtsd. ,i & .H t apern
it rof-E o d. 8 o'clock, A. M. 5 o'clock, A.M. 134 Front st., N. YT dethmbrses" tiSe a tlla prsons
&CO,",,Li,"e" ol: Friday, do 2, 5 67 8 delivery to him or for his use, of any property th
ynAterbury, alAN BOVMS. crown, 8vo. it 7 WILDES, PICKERSGILL & CO. Liverpool.a turo, doo by 10 11 1 ad n ti +, o o e f t resent the same2iit
Sv ine'& .oa anTIgaevaile, .i the edi- 11 W" 9 tAgentsor the ships Roscius, Siddons, Sheridan, Str, 10 1 1 12... o St .A b.o. ngn to him an the transfe o ay office of Pierre Ogi
.i. of.1 ... pV 'e u.... s -,-8io. .- P.-4---10-,-and Garrick. Monday, do 5, 13 14 15 16 I Such property by him, are forbidden by law and are Yor, o o bo
S:; witP.I S ii 4 E. M._ 1 0 4 E &a56st. T d .do 6, 17 18 19 20 void. Dated, o ore
S.it" ,iffir,- ..ions the Greek, atin, ^. ",i. K W. COLLINS&T CO.,5W South. 7. N. Y. r Wednesday, do 7, 22 23 24 25 Dated the 30th day of May, 1839, ate r
Thi, ii d f. ohbLanguages, 8vo. 6 8 5 WM. & JAS. BROWN & CO. Liverpool.. do 8, 22732 R mh26 law6m
The. Hobbs,. vol. vo. 85 PACKETS FOR HAVRE-UNION LINE. Friday, do 9 0 1 32 33 my3 aw9m Attorney for Attaching Cr editors.
*a t00a rronetag, 6th edition, think On Sunday, leave New Yoik, foot of Lierty sbertstreet, J Stra, do 1 34n 3 7 re First BY. o^r or^D
k, : 'r : II 9 A, M. axd,4-1P. M. ;leave Newark, IP. M.andl10 Monday, do 12, 38 39 40 41YB o ther corComn frtefthCuto
se. + b.'Siena f,reyal 8vo ,plates. P. M.-Tuey, do12434-Judge of of Pleas City
Tu8oe sday, do 13, 42434844 couny of New Yor
0hyp o and Ply un ,. 2 vo...v. Nig. ht Line, (Sundays e>xcepted.) To sail from New Yo~rk on the 8th, 16th, and 24th, Wednesay,. do 14, 46 47 4t8 49 and County of New York, Notice is hereby given, pur- to th.povsinso
t% itcMr. I Aneient Philosophy, 3 vols. 8vo. Leave New York at 12 o'clock P. M. ; and leave and from Havre 1st, 8th, and 16th of every month. Thursday, do 15 505 52 53 stant to the provisions of the statute authorizing at-
.. 4._i SPeeohes,o4vls. 8vo. Newark at 10 o'clock, P._M. From New York. From Havre. Friday, do 16, 5 45 556 57 tachinentsagainstnon-iesidentdebtors, that an attach- gainst non-residen
-oeeree, by his Sons, S vols. 8vo. Fare between Jersey City and Newark, 371 cents. Mar. 8 5 April 16. Saturday, do 17, 58 59,60 61 ment has issued against the estate of Soulet, V re sideto the Sa
'!$e*nsJvli Wo rk s by Covnwall, 8tovo. au7 Passengers who procure their tickets at the Ticket- June 24 Ship IOWA, (new) W. W. Pell, Aug. 8 Monay, do 19 62 63 64 65 & Co., a mercantile( lrm doing business, in and res- ...b..d.f
*will .. readye p 1D..in JulyeOffices, receive a Ferry Ticket gratis, besides prevent- Oct. 16) Dec. 1 Tuesday, do 20, Class 21, Hay.Carts. dent at, the C o wi e S0 or the
h a'-4will :under thead tinJu ofy, t ing confusion and delay after crossing the river. Mar. 16) May 1 The following rules are to be served bdyt the Cart.of vtheir-debtsunlessthey.apfpear anddsh lsni m
..... W -ickets are ec "vthe.. ..........ol.....................be .... ......bWithinCnrne monm
asChus-DOW.t ofEducation, a .collection of. .? Tickets are received by the conductors only on July 8 Ship L. PHILIPPF*, J. Castoff. Aug. 16 men. of their debtst a a suce. ,
elec the" y when prchased. Oct. 24 D( ec. o8 -_attachment, acrm olw ln iemnh rm.
i. an1Aelicted worksentitled THE SCHOOL TheTywhnT purchased. OctM.24 _ey8 1. Each Cart must have the number NEW and plain- acet .. .ow w n b residents of thi
RSpUU ,.isThe Town Tiracks in the City of Newark have been Mar. 24 Shi.BURGUNDD..s. May f,,trolfthefirstpubh
underlet, and passengers will be carried to and from July 1 p Sept. 1 nted on ohdfeasibkl mentpoflany of totie; an tsat thy
T...i.. -b" .will.emra.e two series of fifty volumes the De t to meet the arrival and departure of the Nov. 750 tons. Dec. 16paint upon a white ground. .enttotanydet n any
iah.- t4mPe to being 18o., averaging fom2 tif, h. 8) May 16 2. Each Cartan on the day designated for his class, andthe dehvery to them or for their use, ofany i.omnt
Sr vohlme; the other in l2mo., eah2 volume s or n cents each. my27 April 8 May 16 must appear with his horse and cart at the northwest property with t tthe a ori
o 3 to 400 pges. The former, or NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAIL- ly 24 Ship RHONE, J, A. Wotton." Sept. 8 side of the Park, ranging in a single line from the cor- transfer of an p y y
i"_ 11_mt I -NIre fo m I0iov. Io16 (Jan. 1 Iac law, and -are vo l
a jI i intended for children, of fiom 10 .ROAD LINE-DIRECT. .6 1 ner of Chambers st., south, giving a space.around each l, an- void. ap8 Iawgm
4r. to prl June I -" Dated the iu~emoy zJnz
*77 amd under; the latter for individuals Via Newark, New Brunswick, Pri1eton nd hieDUTCHESSer that the Superintendent or InspectorAina
Sardshdhotherdwordugienretehern dayPLETOf June,,18. OTI
Sforadvanced THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. LEANS, A Rich examine the numbers and conditions of the carts, &c ..
he. ir p oeare t a. Nov.radi-g. a d-na s hool L. i.April24 Jan 8 3. Each Cardman must produce his present License, jelS law9m Atto ney for At aching Credtor. ed b the H on
-red"gaof-ot New6 ewshprIL Commun
-. ImJs to ea dist ofi bing, of.ni 1,otho Aug.p 2161 New ship VILLE DE LYON June 8 in order that it maybe renewed. R o e f e u g of e e, fund an
a.jwo.ks fo rlefusnai sdg .t h leisyouth o. 800 tons, Chas. Stoddard 4. Every Cartment who shall neglect to appear on
_A worksfrpe = heir .eisure_ the day designated for his Class, or shall appear with- C y of s, N i h g t l non-resi debtor
wo k thLt will interest, as well as instruct LeeaveNewaworkl,_fromtrefoot of Libertystreet, dady, May 8 W 'Jun out the number new and plainly painted, as directed by sonshavngclams againstJames H. aley, lat debtedto such non
-t 4-of Aaih characterthat they willturntothem Tht 90oock A. 8, aLwdlatb4co'clock P.avM. Aug. 24e Ship FRANCrS 1st.. C. Oct. Law m r ne avinu rl of the city of Brooklyn, inmthe countyof Kigs, topre- tenthdayof-August
wheaenthiu- isibothlins $tDec16 sThompson. F).
S tis to frm h are through in both lines, $4. Dec. u1..b.s of a Cad"man, and his License will, be an the same wt th o-
sudedofdie school room. Fare non, 50;, rto nen, cn .aJuly 1 nulled accordingly. By order, sey, an execunrix oe sa cease at her presence, render an account
when of~ $250-r r $2May 16rsShipllFeb Daed Brtheynr tickeCoutytJuye8,O189.cdelverpthesamet.
Pllan. wili- e bt veyhdopar omenof Science willprocuretheir tickets at the Office, Sept. 81 Ship EMERALD, Win. B. Orne, Oct. 16 -. H. WARD, F. M. No. 89 Sands street, in the city of Brooklyn, inthe ing bythem resp.
s wwemr~fetsnee beiz# given to works re- foot of Liberty street, where a commodious Steam- Dec. 24 1F 8I New York, Mayor's Office July, 15 1839. county of Kings, on or before the 18th day of January the same;N and all 1
,ti s.oCo donty .n rt ive~ of thoats willbe in readiness to convey them to Jersey May 24) gl; T-r- ]%L ml July 8 0 tauo,2g next.an ro etorf'(
F Qa ow manners a 11 u ratv wah ba g g cr tso o r Sept. 16 tons.ovFe 1 Daye2Banklypropertynty orl 8,f839
$4Y Feb.~nesestms& Nov rlaO DISCHARGE FROM DEBT.;-Pursuant to ELI A HALSEY, Executrix, named; and all th;
em ns.t O orh hl ~bgaegostruh ihu eigJn 16~RdSd il
y..gtl~of p ectarian or e i- -:o n'r opened by the way June 8) ". (Julyl16 J. evised tatuts, part secono,cnap. '.tie jyl31law~m J. CONDIT HALSEY, Executor. debtor,'are request
.It- ea Ow e ii iI ] 1Pi2.L. i hl-" ~ S .rpt 94. h- .hl PO~N I)_,. C Anthony. < Nov. 8 art_. 3, relating to "voluntary .assignments made pursu.- ,irst conts' and en oom',,
"."+= .- "..." o'clock, AA!. sud 5P.M. m 27 Jan. 16 ( Mar. x antom ..ppi~sa~in t an ieoveni and i ca-edi- DYorder of the Honorable Michael Ulshoeffer, them, onor be..o.. ti+-
,, ill be CA DE A D t AI ROD"i June 16 "Aug. 1 os 1.1 Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for the DaedNetYr
- ___ tf edlbr ypde CARE A .ND LLBO~.RAILR ADLXN Oc. 8 Si ALBANY, J. Johnson. t ov,16 ,,John H-ickson,, of t~he city and county of New York. and County of New York, notice is hereby yie+u-DtdNwYr
":. 'S *b- W= 4l*+-t" r bcks5- .. .. .. ... gilt-Jan. 24% # 8 Noticenfrst published 20th July, 1839. Creditors to suant to the provisins ofthe statute authorizm ga't~eh-
J l~ll~i~l~i for, grea,? ter "/ixrahi1]lty, c~loth ..... k '' These vessels are all of the first class, and ably appear beTor'e the Honorabls Daniel P. Ingraham, Asso- ....ments against non'-resident debtors, that an attachmentR
tie- tu~e en~veri, + commanded, with elegant accommodations for passen, crate Judge of the Court of Common Pleas., in and for has issued against the estate of Richard Barker, resi- HEN.T.E. 1km,..
'*: Smpe will :befudnjhed' o Schools,=.. Aca- + gets, comprising all. that .may be. required for comfort sai cit an c. ounty, at his chainbers, in the City Hall dent of. the City' of Philadelphia,. in the Stste of Penn- .....131,t 3
-*-i se veety-five cents per volume, o, Daily, (Sundays excepted,) at 7 o'clock, A. M. from and convenience, including wines and stores of every of said city, on the fifth da~y of S eptember next, at ten sylvania, and that the same will be sold for the pay- jyl latu'3
Jp k ,w ual. 8.rie. M$ forty cents.-pr volume; which icr No. 2, North River. description. Goods sent to the subscribers at New o'lc C io n the forenoon of that day. men, of his debts, unless he. appear and discharge such A 1 a Coum+ of C1
,edvisedly declare to be chmeaper, tan ,. S2EVEN O'CLOCK LINE. _York, will-be forwarded by the.se Packets free of all _jy2olww [A J + attachment, acco~rdingto law, Wilthin nine months from 1-. York, a the C
---,* B 'd W fw thtcnb no~rda on y steamboat, INDEPENDENCE to South Am. charges, exce t those actually incurred, a Co ur~t-" of Chancery,- .........eld for the State of N ew the ti unaon of this. notice.; and that .the pay day yof July, one t]
evid./m xuatiid their high intellectual ch boy, from thence to Bordentown, via Railroad, and C. BO LTON, FOX & LIVINGSTON, J-j York at the City: of Newr_ York,_ on te twenty- ment of any debts due to himby residents ofthis State4 nine--
amer, m L ksi of their ntoehanical execution. from thence in steamboat, and arrve in Philadelphia s26 22 Broad st. ninth day of Juy,1 o ne thosn eight. hun + tbd and. ana the delivery to him or for his use, of any property Present-. Wilhian
Ag. .~ w..t.haLo.k ad Key, wilibe furnshed, at o'clock, P. M. ". IEPO IEO AKT hrynn,,within thirState belonging to him, and the transfer of th First ircuit.
pstu ew p to all Who take the Libra Fare in the above line, $3 Frorward Deck P-assen. LIVE RPOOL LIN OF PA KE S thirty-nine~ t~o..,vr,... : -,-. .,,_ are void. Datpedrty yh i ,ae egt da ofobd e Ju y, 1839. end nal. to
OS .I a ow lbove wtka are respectfu~lly s1ic;ted gers toPhiladelphia, 2,25. the +. w; .i..t Circuito. D Wte the MPeithd yo N J OHNSON3 It at.~ rn b
ih qa tJ t.New-York. FRFEEHOLD AND MONMOUTH LtINE--By Joac Ewd Soz .a._ Perir vs Fotuat F. .WiguLEOcirSO ,apeagby
.$ !OU S S4.~ l~ N 4 F lo t the 7 o'clock boat, -via Railroad to Hi tat-town, from To .ailfro .Ne .Yok .nd .iv .p ...inth fo,- JonT. Spinol,, .an Lui. Caros de. Souza. ty10 lawgm Attorney for Attaching Creditor. Court, that the defer:
ARV', BLANK~ BOOKS, LITHO hne to Frehl by .Fr t ehl,$ lowing order: It ap eating a n proof by affdavit wade in this T a Court of Cha-ice held for the State ofeo Newy s thisa Stat',enolbut in. .tw
Or~RAPHY & PRINTING-T. & C. WOOD, toTetn$.Fowr ekasegr,1s.From New York. Live 1ol. cause t at Luiz arlos de Souza, one of the defend-A York, at the City of ew oik, the eighth day of to wit the Stae
o.lB el ttg a'it. eft fr: "~- ," w ... + dekamboy s,15. -,.4 .... .. Aug.7"Set ants herein, resides out of thisState, and is resident July, 1839.cessthri
F U1LW.: "_._ S ..e. tf... b of...... t -.. c et -er InRom mm ,aoon p,~~r l; r, ~ tRod aem i h.rzl"ado e':-a" Dec."7 Jan."25" .of.co... fo th
-W" -j--l raersquality Fr o et an Sout 5LS0 Aents. ShipIN ,PENENC, 7 Sept a. 25 at.io..J...r i t." -Brzi.. an on. readin an .re~sent-William T. MCCoun, Vice Chancellor of ocouer rsiertherein
I o'loald .,iaae.^._..._ .,: ....... on Dor-t cent eac. -- B I Agen. Ezr Ny.... I' Anrfl 7 May 25 nnlng saidoamfiant, and on motion of Rtobert J. Dlon, the F irst Circuit., oo. +... inoi, .,-i,, M. OI.&I ~ca~lD

Wis-Iz-w-setV'rn, ilot', indes sad th r Al aggage atd thne riskbof it-s ow cntser. cih.B SipRSCF.- 25- Esquire, solicitor for the complainant, it is ordered The New mkLif nuacadTut opn as erapaa
..B^ ^-~e~i%% Gi~o 'it, Windle'S and other AllBaggge at terisk of itsowner.^ mh1 Ship ROSCOE Sept. 7 "c-Y -5 'T'^r11 o ^ PB "'i~?<-~ h e okLf nuacadTutopn as iapa
tfli45a -, J.. C. Dela'0"80 1^0^ p r: r no., Jan. 7 Feb. 25 that the said Luiz Carlos do Souza, cause his appear- vs. Thomas-Darling and others. of to b served wi-
Wtfexs-R~alBlaek a -wixed cola of all sizes, LONDON LINE OF PACKETS. May 7 June 25 ance to be entered herein, and notice thereof to be ser- It appearing by affidavit to t-he satisfaction of this this odr and in
tafts i-ih^ 1 S, *% Jals. i Shi O Oct. 7 Nov. 25 ved oa the complainant's solicitor within nine months Court, that Thomas Darling and Edgar Jenkins, defen- cause their anawem
.'- *-' *Nm ela .Oa, Ship G. W HyHoldredIN T Feb. 7 M6. 25 from the date ofthis order; and in case of his appear- dants in the above.entitled cause, are non-residents of n of a supple
-6wu iu vo Hy. "olIredge, ,June 7 July 25 ance that he cause his answer to the complainant's the State, but are residents of one ofthe United States, thenof to be ser
bkA 1%tem^siKWer- atd` Sand Boxes of every kind To sail on the 1st, 10th and 20thpf every month. Ship SHAKSPEARE, Nov. 7 Aug. 25 bill to be filed and' copy thereof to be served on the to wit: that Tf
S3EWf obE ener retail. This Line-of packets, will hereafter be composed Edward Coriell, Mar. 7 Dec. 25 complainant's solicitor within forty days after service of Connecticut, and that Edgar Jenkini is a resident of andin default there
= 6MOStt Travelling Port Folios and Bank of the following ships, which will succeed each other TJuly 7 Apr. 25 of a copy of said bill, and that in default thereof said the State of Michigan. On motion of Mr. John Bell, fesed by them; am
K~ot. *'ortFolios for Birokers. in-the order in which tey are named, sailing punc- hs hp aealo h first class, ab-y command- bill of complaint be taken as confessed by hlim; and it of counsel for the complainants, it is ordered that the" in twenty days tU
31-ofeiqy e -nmthe Utuon, Section Maps, tually from New York and Portsmouth on the 1st, ed, with elegant accommodations for passengers. The is further ordered that within twenty days from the said Thomas Darling and Edgar Jenkins cause their oter to be publish
'a V-eeohire 20th snd 20th, and fcs r Londoe on the 7th, 17th. and price of passage from New York to Live l is fixed date of this order the said complainant cause this order Appearance to be entered and notice thereof tobe served w York Amcrica]
IMHI 7 o (everv kind and other Blanks. 27th of each month as follows: at $140; and from Liverpool to New York at 35 gui. to be published in the State paper and in 'the New on the complainants' solicitor within four months from 0ntinued in each
7WaiPsi*e Bnd Wrappg Nper of all kinds for From N.York. From Loud. ci Ports. neas, including wines, stores and bedding. York Americanw, printed in this State, for eight weeks the date of this order, and in case of their appearance pch week for cighi
rtgi ow quantity. Jan. 1) (Feb.-17 Feb.20 Neither the captain nor owners will be responsible in succession, and once at least in each week, or that that they cause their answer to the complainants' bill sause a cony of this
SO hl-tJXrk-A splendid agufergnt of Checks on I May > ST. JAMES, Jun.17 June20 for any letters, parcels, or packages, unless regular the said complainant cause a copy of this order to be to be filed andacopythereoftobeservedon the corn- he said e anko
Zi aoks of, th city. I Sept. 1) S. Sebor. Oct.l17Oct. 20 bills of lading are signed therefore. Apply to served on the said Luiz Carlos de Souza, personally, plainants' solicitor, within forty days after service of a igan at least twenty
soany pattern. May20. GLADIATOR, July 7 July 10 Agents, 134 Front at., or scribed for hiA appearance herein. Copy, paint may be taken as confessed b them, respectively.
.L ~~iUhtBy'Theubscribers basing at a great ex- Sept.20) Thos.-Britton. Nov.7Nov16 WILDES, PICKERSGILL & Co., JOHN WALWORTH, Clerki And it is further ordered, that twenty days, the jyl2 law8w
psp their Lithographic, are now ready to Feb. 10 Mar.27 Apr. 1 seI8 Liverpool. anl law8w [A] said complainants cause this order to be published ii
iA"oriest possibe1= 6etice, all orders m June1QUEBEC. July 27 Aug. 1 FOR NEW ORLEANS A Ta Court of Chancery held forth State of New the State paper and in the New York American, an 'hEFAULT havi:
tins.: Such a Circulars, Drafts, Bills of Oct. 10) F. H. ILHebard, fNov. 27 Dec. 1 S .1. A York, at tie city of New York, on the twenty- that the said publication be continued in each of tl' U the principal a
Di4apaW. Maps, Plans, Plates, and Feb. 20' Apr. 7 Apr. 10 third day of July, one thousand eight hundred and said papers at least once in each week for eight wel-s Indenture of mortga
A-81 ~a~qm1IM superior to dany other establ- June20 WELLINGTON. Aug. 7 Aug. 10 tit-ie nsceso
rheMWintecity. my9 f Oct.-20DC D. Chadwick. Dec. 7 Dec.10 Louisiana and New-YorkLn ofP Precnt-Wfliam T. McCoun, Vice-Chancellor of ie personally or t the sa copy of t o
2&StLZVL &PTN A&, ,Mar. 10) Apr. 27 May ( s lthe Firet Circuit. r Edgar Jenkins, at least twenty days before the tie Insurance and Trus
n RBIyew York, and on, 10 SON Aug. 7 Sept. 1 sl r)Charles Bun Jr., vs. James Cark, and Catherine above prescriMy 1 Lr ad N L o
-rebeivd a n ew and beautiful illustrated ? Russell Sturges. Dec. 27 Ja. 1 Ship MISSSSIPPI, Beebe, master, Chwife, and others. J (Copy) rk, b oprri Reiter
I a htw awifeaifandllus(CopdY),6f A OT Yri ie
Apr. I May 17prMay-20 LOUISVILLE, Allen,y'affidaitto sa
01' : aARATOGA Hathawa It appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this iy8 law8w Cl.'k. of July, 1835, on wi
(Ma iiMa 20CouRAOGAtth-at te OrenaedtoJamedularthendsunie
M. I D ec-i I'&N rI A COUNTRY Aug. 1> ONTARIO. 'iSt wit ve'msionv In e G Dec. 1) Henry HuttGson. eJae.k7lJan.20 New ship rine his wife reside oat of this State, but are residents Eastwoodct a J th Not is ereby
Itul*i aoand French languages, Eo. TlseshigA-re a11-of the i class, about 000-to Newssh 'of one of the i pited States, to wit: the State of Illinois, Edar Ar cotine iseb
burngiien,a re cotianded bybe and. experienced Newshi on otion of rncis Sayre, of counsel for the coin'ArrowsmithMay roaihCrltArw sate in sc se
S BARD, with 12 beautiful iifa rrftions on navigators. t Great care willbe taken that the beds, it smith Elrbt Ao i Thomas rth
T, 4 Greoatewillbest s.t T rY Oplainant, it is o* red that the said James Clark, and
*^''^ ^S^ ^ls on nfavi au~ & et t pS AZi^f ^^ 1. smithith deeseiezals O ^
'.i.abi-passages now fixe *" $140,y outward for eac b Thei aboyc ships arteo alo the fioricTast pclass co pe notfie ofte s Arokih d a f t O C, 13 Brad atv

^K^WlTA'nOS NB-RBICSSION; r, ^S 'iSSS S ig, o captais of thse sh'thisl order;nsilndfor default- thereofr that thek complain-on, Ithavappearingth toothis mCourt d thpptathee comphinantn hat-h
beywf-^ t-^^ twe two eniai tfhat noirog the oNersoof these packts.a frm i 'e'' byut in-i phrcity s stonesl ~ thletrorpade, withelegant ant's bilofc^Ii be tknacofsebyheaifled her billin the asouecaus agawbenac said derv tp ieeorparce
yadtlu^.feh tbryB T h.e faAoi'm1WblefJoan lettertoarels,, r e ecoran s for paseel ad cJe r C atherine his wife it is fute the F Waro tim

by th R v. Mr W ll' tt er*u ls re,:,a bil of F^T U RIY ~ r t erfr ab la -and t e cedn mas tes Thela pri e a s g r e e ta- ~ i w n y d y t e s i o p a n n e d n s n h tp oes of subpgna~e t appear, an Dan ed ditnguse d asr
a M qyo ra -* pua; and lae Vicarp sals All &n 00.. answer, direoute to the aefen dants, ho b en regu boundpd as follow
a pp to. 1i- asgei o wki xNedLMIt $14Ne-0ok tutward Xn iseiadcah$8, dcause othis orerQ4to be lshred in the Sat apen- dwissudrtun altohesc Tudyoftrtaoeaiot

adult8, hie swies. -and3 Frontit a t. N e. Y.he aove shipsarealst o ftehw e fYrkt$0 ithouliequors, in the W,, dary
> .bi'- -.-. iK & CO. NW 13ORTe NID ionIoERPnOLPACKT S. Thcoppeyrwilla Fao fteim e-t owed up anh dadow th ntPS ofso aptr e ntit e rdher "new Yom the drai J bl, & ic n hundred and r bit that the de e rlybylndnii
.-r-fi,, o thse ackts ill.be e. aftof ate, ad tity ordir nt Y.eautthrork;andthat the codmn-scoudin--
~~~~~~~nylttrpacls rpakge et s atsn hs cit y esteamb y oarndthe straewicthespucal'egan tio eIcty fNw ada o e on i hs atob ere oeeadwetr
h~~,i4~&EN'PA~u'E TI~O~fAUS ~ obsemqv~din tert meosaln.Nithrheo ner s bl. ofconlit bue tai n easch onfesd the said paprsat east herewithladlha iiesi eedt aentnrL obigtit
W. vkqAoit Ue i o e ta hd-rgla ilsofthe dineareerpoe.10101T.- n a f or psene se ntdbyor put nde servydJonethelarmid JmsClakadatherine his wife;adtifuhe
by theoR evk- .DM. Wl-,- oWewy~e bard eofethemunced mareglr bls. ofTldingpr e ae ohircenpeapaceagesfenactiondo h hnelr htte~ dfnat l
by ransat-GAuI.NnEo LtonIM. o&00.,ny ettrsraedge t hlast w ntwennt d ysbefore the stime aoveprescibenantn t-bigmd o perb ~avtt a- ae e o
13-The VI.134[AFroat. I aactri.fr h SN.n tevauYteei.xpese. all e thioutdeof thee State. ointhNowtatepayertondwit, tissthd

4,,F -~b L.'Ot.1QTThMUNTE0ST1q8.A] a om isin.,Fth feirhti or of sailin .aNeithertheownr ctin PbRSUAnCiEd ofancoh erof the sai pprsrxat lefast threwit, a'. n(tr .~. '4n~tnm.A'i4i A''.~ .c

S .... 1 + + '-- r.. .. -- r
^ ..,, ,- +.L between Q.enwiohstet Tn.Brosrway,.cou-
v Befor- th'e V-.e Chan;d hor. tinues to be cooruiilted ao usual.
F--.a.y". ""). Brit .o........ -- --spp "--btrz- IO N -

n T. McCounn e' Chancellor. has long conned to a particular branch ofaricme,M
idavit to the satisfacti of tus which engages his profound attention, viz :.-LueVa.o -
dant, MaryA.A DBrun, resides neria Scorbutus, Scrofula, Elephantiauis, and, m
"but is a resident ofaokf, n .short, all disees arising fr om a vitiated state f' the
,Ntient of Europe th is ,tdeed olood. His experience is very great. Hs fmccess .-
-Ar..T Bruencauseher aparace tonishiig. In many thousands of cases ommtted to
LOtice thereof to be, srvd onn the 'h care, of all grades and every dege of malignany,
itor within nine months from the he has speedilyrrestoredhis patients to health and a
and in case of her appearance, that sound connsttuton. a -
Sto the comn lainant's bill to be e cautions e rtunateagan the ause o
reofto be served on the complain- mercury. Thousands are annually meren aized out
in forty days after Aervice of a ,cor of life. See that your case is eradicated, npt patched
default thereof said bil o r.in up. The learned Dr. Buchan emphataly observes -
- as confessed by her.- "Married persons, anpers n persons about to 'be man.ied,
ordered, that within twenty days should be particularly cauious of those alipcon.
ause this order to be published in What a dreadful nhentance to transmit to pesteanty."
Sin the New York American, andt Persons afflicted with protracted and deplorable eases
nation be continued in each of tlhe need not despair of a complete recovery, i applying
once in each week for eight weeks to Dr. Home. Recent affections, .hen 10oal, aie,
at he cause a copy of this order to without mercury, extinguished in a few day.- What
d on the said Mary A. D. Bruen at grieves the Dr. s, that many afflicted, instead oftakin
before the time above prescribed 'for his salutary advice, have.rectourse to advised nomt ms,
caue i o i where there is no responsibility, mnd the compounderat
JOHN WALWORTH, Clerk. unkwn, by such means, throwing away thde ir maoey,
,Joncein Wachwee or egtH weerks t.D.. Hm.. .. .. -. ,.calar

throp, Solicitors for complainant. (where they vainly hope to 'save.) and rumin for eVer
S r heir constitution.
itifred r Persons who may have contracted disease, or sus-
cation for the di charge oT an in- ct latent poison, are invited to make 'tpplication to
is debts, pursuant to the provisions r. IHORNE, at his Establishment, No: 204 Fulton
f the first title of the fifth chapter street, between Greenwich street and Broadway.' A
)f the revised statutes. residence of thirty-two years in New-York city as
.y. Notice first published June radically established Dr. Home's character for sterling
ors to appear before the Honorable honor; and based on real respectability and skill. Dr
Recorder of the City of New York, Home offers to his patrons a sure guarantee.
Nassau street, in said city, on the Offices for separate consultations. Patients can
)er, 1839, at 10 o'clock in the fore- never come in contact.
je28 lawlOw Attendance until half past 9 in the evening.
encral meeting of the creditors of No Letters taken in unless post paid. All city let-
Aaron Williams, Luke White and ters must be handed in.
on-resident debtors, will be held at 7I "'SStul torumn incurata piudor mauins ulcera celat."
G. Masten, Esquire, in the city of '-Horace's 16th Epistie.
hI day of September, 1839, at ten P. S.-As long as Dr. Hornme desires to benefit the
oon.--Buffalo, June 5, 1839. public, it is proper he should continue his advertise-
E. W. KIMBALL, ment for the good of strangers, as it is well knownpeople
J. B. FLAGG, are extremely shy in speaking of cases of a delicate
JOHN MASTEN, nature, even where a physician is pre-eminently suc-
Trustees. cessful. j14
an order of the Surrogate of the THE UNFORTUNATE'S FRIEND.-A friend
York, Notice is hereby given to in need is a friend indeed.-Patent right secured.-
-laims against Alexander Sydlemnan, This celebrated medicine has now taken precedence of
nnecticut, deceased, to present the all others, for the positive cure of the gonorrhoea, gleet,
chers thereofto the subscriber, at strictures, gravel, seminal weakness, mercurial com-
". Peck, No. 60 South street, in plaints, &c., and any or all the varied diseases of the
ork, on or before the 25th day of urinary organs. Numerous choice ingredients of great
Celebrity have been scientifically introduced into the
k, the 18th day of March, 1839. omposition of the Fi iend, and from the generally ad!
ANGELINE SYDLEMAN, mitted virtues of it, and with the concurrent testimony
Administratrix, &c. and advice of some of our most eminent and respec-
table physicians, and with the fact of its having pro-
an order made by the Surrogate of ,ed effectual in almost three thousand cases, and ne-
unty of New York, notice is hereby ver, to my knowledge, failed in ten. With this mass
having claims against the estate of of testimony in its favor, I offer it to the public as the
)f the city of New York, -deceased, most effectual remedy in the world for the cure of uri
,with the vouchers thereof at the nal diseases. A decided advantage it has over all
lvie Beebee, 4 Wall street, New other remedies, is, thatjit requires no local applications,
the first Monday in October next. does not disorder the stomach, and is positively free
k, March 26th, 1839. from all forms of mercury, or any material that can
NN JUDSON, Administratrix. possibly injure the constitution, or any organ, imme-
diately or remotely. The demand for it, considering
niel P Indham As ate Jd.ge the short time it has been made public, is without a
)f Common Pleas, for the city and parallel in the history of medicine ; and what is' of
Common Pleas, for thethcityaand
k, no tice s hreby e rs t more consequence to the reader, the success that has
the statute authorizing attachments every where attended the use of it, is fully commensu-
~t phtn. +W an a ko _rate with the demand. Indeed, the merits of the
t debotors, that an attachment has Friend have only to become more generally knotrn,
,state of Joseph W. Walker, a non- and will supersede all the Panaceas, Caholicbns
e of New York, and that the same and' i supersede and the, Panaceas, Cathorsl
payment of his debts, unless lie p andpp ostrums of the age: and while they are swiftly
such attachmnt, according to law, passing aw ty intoforgetfulness, the Friend, based upon
. from the first publication of this the broad principles of science, and supported by Ini-
Spyn onydebtadue to i versal confidence and patronage will stand in bold re-
Spayment of any debts due to him lief, and prove to the world that it is, indeed, and trtth,
rState,- and thne delivery to him or the Unfortunate's Friend. And now, reader, are sou
property within this State belong- suffering with any of the above named diseases? Have
btransfer of any such property by you been long and sore afflicted ? Have you tried
by law, and aret void.-Dated the various remedies, and alto no r e? Ifsobeot
839. SMITH BARKER, vdisousragedie, for here sto poepurpose? If sobe tot
... ...... discouraged, for here is a Friend. It is an article that
Attorney for Attaching retor will sell readily at all times, and in all places; and
druggists and dealers throughoutthe +United States oad
undersigned having been appoint- the two Canadas, who wish tobecome agents, will ad-
norable M. Ulshoeffer, First Judge dress their communications to me at my store. None
mon Pleas, trustees of the property, is genuine without my signature, and all persons ire
effects of Samuel W. Skinker. a hereby notified that I will prosecute to the extent ot
', do hereby require all persons in- the law,the first or least infringement of my patent rixht.
-resident debtor, on or before ti.e Price, $2 per bottle. Sold at the Bowery Medieane
Stiext, at the office of Henry E. Da- Store, 260 Bowery, New York.
street, in the city of New York, to au5 1w N. W. BADEAU.
f all debts and sums of mooney ow. OUPERIOR SEIDLITZ POWDERS.-The ing
lively, to said trustees, and to pay 0 nocence and efficacy of these powders, where from
persons having in their possession dyspepsia, heartburns, or other bilious affections, a
ets of such debtor, are requested to gentle aperient becomes necessaryarwehl understood,
the said trustees by the day above and they have now taken the lead in the -community as
creditors of the said non-resident an essential family medicine. Those sold by the sub-
cm to deliver their respective ac- scriber are made oflihe xery r tm rertars, mnd put up
o th e said trustees, or one of in the neatest style, in tin boxes, and are warrnted
he 26th day ofAugust next. equal to any in the United States "Europe. Fami.
,JiulyM2h,189.. lies and individuals who are in the RMIit of using them,
TLA Vl MLEVERTT, are respectfully invited to try one box, and the result
OHN LLOYD, w l lvI1 be found to more than realise their expectations.
rOBERT COCHRAN, Trustees. Prepared at the Bowery Medicine Store, 200 Bowery,
is, Attorney for Trustees, by N. W. BADEAU. jy27
hance ry, held for the State of New '. CONCENTRATED --For puri;fying the oo,,
)ity of New York, on the eleventh removing eruptions, &c., from the sk~in, an~d all u"n
thousand eight hundred and thirty- purities from the system, 'this pleasant and healthy
Syrup has no equal. Perhaps there is no more certain
i T. McCoun, Vice-Chancellor of way of promoting general health during the Summer,
than by using this Syrup in the Spring. The medical
rtson vs. Ebenezer Jesup, Junior, profession give it a decided preference over all the
,. most celebrated Panaceas, Syrups, &c., and nursing
Iitdavit to the satisfaction of this mothers, whose infants are afflicted with Scald H ,ead
adants, .theBank of Massillon and Sore Ears, or Weak Eyes, are particularly recom-
an, are insiutons situate out of mended to use it. It is perfectly harmless, 'and when
o of the United States of America, combined-with Seidlitz or Soda Water, forms a cool-
;of Micnian anduOho,.and the o.l-ing and agreeable beverage. Used with cold water,
On motion of Gerard W. Morims, it makes a very pleasant Summer drink,- and may be
comptainant,it iisorered, that the used with advantage by most persons at any time. It

aS11u ndtu me BanK 01 mMicigan, is prepared from the best Honduras Sarsa-arila, ac-
nece to be entered and notice there- cording to the mkt app rved formulas, and great care
hinm four months from the date of has been taken to keep it free ffom impurities and all
case of their appearance that they. obnoxious admixture.
to the complainant's bill in the Prepared and sold,' at Wholesale and retail by the
mental bill 'o be filed, and a oopy subscriber at the Bowery Medicine store, 260 Bowery,
ed on the complainant's solicitor New York. mvll
after service of a copy of said bill, ENUINEBEAR'$ GREASE- For prooti
of, said bill may be taken as con- % te tof the hair a.--maurtn p 'otig
id it is further ordered that with- n. t+e growth of the hair, and imparting a beautiful
. .. ...d- w-" glossy lustre to it, far superior to. any other ap-
me said complainant cause this ation Th s t, er "o to ny oh ._
ed in the State paper and in the plication Theuperiwisy of this Oil over every pre-
ri; and that the said publication be paation for .inducing the wth of the hair, is ge
of the said papers at least on e nerally acceded-to by all *Who have usedit, as it im
t weeks in succession, or that he ax lsayricanessto tlhethair, rendering it soft
order to be personally served on ealit.ybo; ad exciting the cai"ay vessels to
fMassillon and the Bank of Mich- healthy act.. To perons been, l bId by sick
Sdays before the ime above f re.hnes or other calses, the application.of this Oil daily,
ear days before the i above pre- wll soon produce a reaction of itagrowth. Thensu
araOHN WALWoRfH Crk scriber has just reeiyvet a fresh supply of the genuine
JOHN WALWOR H, Clerk- & rt-IclU ate udpn idc
[A] aicle, put up neatly in earthea t and prepaai ex
(A] res for retail trade, a. the Bower ediclie
ng been made in the payment of. tore.Wo. 260 Bowery. my20
nd interest, secured by a certain AILROAD IRON, LOCOMOTIyES, SPIKES
ge, bearing date the ninth da of t CHAINS, &c.&c.--Thei sbscribersre ceive or-
by James T. Watson, late ofthe dera for every description of railroad bars, spikes,
deceased, to The New York Life splicing plates, chains for inlined planes, stay and
Ct Company, and recorded in the shortlink f improved patent in, Locomotive en
r of the City and County of New ginea, &ey &c., at manufacturers' prices. A distn
)f Mortgages, page 1, the llth day guished Engineer resides in E' g -d, for the purpose
which mortgage there is now claim, of in*ectmg aCll iwwa iron anDi mahine ordered
i of $15,000 of principal, with in- through us DVIS, BROOKS &
;r the 1st, 1838. 21 Bliod baeet, NewYork.
iven, that, by virtue of a powir of On band for, sale.
id mortgage, and pursuant to the 500 tons 2 inch by inch rails, 15 feet each.
made and provided, will-be od .260 do 2 do I do 15 -'do
the 25th day of February, 1840, with spikes and splicing. plates adapted thereto. Or-
Sales Room of E. H: L low & ders for all descriptions of spikes, executed at the
reet, in the City of New York; shortest notice. ; ap27 tf
ed premises, viz.: All that certain E"RMAN,' E : MADEIRA WINES
if land, situate lying and being in ( &c-.-The subscribers have just receid the fol.
Le City of New York, and known -'-. ...... a s reeeivco te f
No. 8, (eight,) inoSanowing gooSdss and they are now landing. -
iN.8(eight,) inin SW tret 60 cmps ;ckheimner Doixideecharit
vz.: southerly in front by State -S o io) Qkheier DoIdeechant
herhy in the rear by Pearl street, .^A r? 1e1p ..
,or late of there estate ofbee -" ea chateau Margaux, per the Grand Conde
yor late of the estate of'Moses f .4, which is fully equal toabny f frme' vitg
Iy by land of the. estate of Ca.. r ^ .n y eouat to any former vintage
-five feet seven inches in pbre producedby this estate- -
and eleven feet eleven inches in 10ppes and -20 quarter cas old tOth -li4e Ma-
eet.. te', .axo the'use of Newton, GOon- & (o, per
July25th, 1839. .-1 ... a
B. ROBINSON, Jr. 1 1 ip-Old Cf Bandy, of Af per he
Attorney for the Mortgagees_ C -.er s reno- itOb, etari trimeo t
h vinus and katy, borine the coat