New-York American


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New-York American
Uniform Title:
New-York American (New York, N.Y. 1821)
Alternate title:
New York American
Physical Description:
v. : ; 52 cm.
Place of Publication:
New York N.Y
Creation Date:
December 20, 1839
Publication Date:
daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Daily ed..


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )


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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>.
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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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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New-York American, for the country
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New-York American (New York, N.Y. : 1832)
Preceded by:
American (New York, N.Y. : 1819)
Succeeded by:
Morning courier and New-York enquirer

Full Text

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TERtft(. I
Daily Paper, $10 per annum. payable
Seii Weekly. n.,,dy an-I Thiij y, 4 l
advance. 85O>ill iritiar aelo rha % e
,CiipLiun is hot pid. ,illiii ir,
ri Weekly, Tuesday, Thursdn
Saydbl% Lri1ul, advane.
l -Ii. ) r1dr i.-rt, .
IlAIF ,QLARL. L DAILY-- or lea.-Firs.l in
anion., b1i fe iet, Se ond atl tijrd
2.5 .,sld l cent. lu ,tey ,,u
.QUARc', DAILY-16 lines, or overland less thaI
16-F, >t insertirn. 75 e e; as aid
itin=. riiek stb .n1i lN4 cenI s id, so
'/F.RnISEMEN'TS aepton he inside ". charged
a dii ,osal I..,I .
DVETrlISEMENTS upen wl.ich the number ofW
tiM. f(W inhiLrui, 1 i NOT MAsILD. will be inaerte
mn.1 el.iged u I I ordered oatl
YE'ttLL ADt ERTIri S, f paper
wilhoi the .pap-r. I... Ier anuumi not, however
aIlesi .enud ttIl sr.alluoLoo., mh2s 87 So
,TO LET-The Store No.
tLYIT'o Soasonlsnks.-Extractof a circularfrom the i
Poe-master General c:- UL
Postmasters may enclose money in a
pub isher of a newspaper, (or magazine.) to pay th
scr plion of a lh.iid.pEito, at dfaInk the leiI
en iv thim.elf." -The f
SI s tiru' Enn
Enquire of T. P IHRS
SLATE 1 Xj 1OOFt fh
ALO, ke at Can be exe
1 hterns retired and warranted eight. ni
IL l. iilet Willt h,- promptly attended lon o applics-i
tonto'HUMAAS IIIERIIIAN, Slated, 211
r.reet. n 23
JOHtN M. GOURLIE. ------
Jones' Buildiag, 48 Wall At. c Ce
Off lee No. 20 lyie liIU i pr.u CP
.-r -.nC, in .. h td ta ihe 1t A Apl
GOLD PEN--Warranted. TI' E sJ&
The sbowi Pen may b blad at lke Excliage Lyceum8,
i "ri adwov m a ..Eyi.Cu9thLaA.
IKtEMk'M.N'S l.NilRANCt". CM5PANY. between
A New Yok, 5th April. 184J. ter &
DIVIDEND of five per cent. on the capital stock
of thi 'Company has been declared, payable to th
stockholders on and after the 12th inst. Al
The tirasfer book is closed for one week from date.
By order of the Board of Directors. Broa
ap S2w NIEL GRAY, Secretary.T ,
NATIONAL BANK, -- antdi To s ae I Tho
New York, 3Sl
m M "^ m, i ,illils Mac;14... iad11
THE President and Directors have this day declared a Rs
DIvd. nF. ,-" i'nre .r,.i one half per Cent. on the Capit
atrl.:c, wriuwn wil it. pai.l to the stotkholdesr
MO'. DAV" ih. lIti .1u April next.
Irir Bj[.s ui 1 rdraier will be closed from the Ist toth
6th Apri, Incluii,,.. .A UTm ni_
Byi.ol..r ot the B.>ard.
mhl dlw &Btawh3w T. HUNN, Cashier. i hou
UNUilt. E-'lu tie A-iVF1, Si. h .lsti ri. and .i
Nt .vedoral -The office of the Bo.rd or P.oel War
da na is opvn from half past seen I,, the morning, until
fie, in the afteinon, ht,ere the Wardens millbe
readiness to attend to their respectiveduties.
m28 Imn Master Warden. M th-lb ts t s
A CO., office No. 55 Wall street, with its full ca
of $250,000 well secured, continues to insue a
ducted rates of premium on buildings, ships in port, me
elhaadize, furniiire arild nher personal rore.
J. L BOWNE., Pieli,,lFeri Ho
JAMES WILKIU, Secretary. fyl5 houe
be leaved for noe year, cheap. The hos is
A New York, 3d April. 1843. at
A DIVIDEND of Fou Par Cent,for the six Month-The three sto
ending 31st March last, and a surplus diied o of :ree
percent, tog.ither amnultiiicin isiN per cent. upon
the Capital Stork of tthia Crmpany, h-ve this day been
declared, payable on and after the 10th April inst.
The transfer book will be closed from the 4th u
the 10th inst. By order l f
ap3 2w P. R. WARNER. Secretary. C
New York, 3d April, 1843 JLt landing
T HE President and Directors have this day declared tt
a semiannual dividend of five per cent., payable on
after the I0th inat. THOMAS GLOVER,
ap4 2w Sec'y. mh23 tf
T~~h'T LET-Th the story' dwlln iousr. No>AMei- H
CO PAY.Barrow tet h o
COMPN YI. style with every convene
SCINCIrIATi, Aug. 30,142. low.
A.CCORDING to the provisions of the Charter and p Al a
My-Laws of this Institution, a meeting of the Stock- th
holders will be held at the office of tt.e L'irnil.any
cinati, on the J.linh day o01l eiiemler nt. ,etwe
hours of 9 A. M. .nd 5 P. M for the Iurtpoe ofelcti
Faur Trustees, ia ihd place of the class of Trustee
s7tf SAML R. MILLER. Secretarv A L, the premises N
rpkLlST FIRE INSUIBaNLE LuMPsN No. 4 Lot is 25
L Well sret. Joners' Building. New York, make d
Insurance aainmL Loil Pr Damage b
Insurarice oi Pr.,perty, inc the course ui londlr. NArihau
and TIranpiriatio,,o,.i he mosIt favrabie terms.
Valntinei Hall. Jamesg B. T.wiend,
William nWhitwr,ghi Marni.n Hoffiman i i
R .Mt 11 1 or and Houston streets iihdi eyhnsm
R. LHutchinson, Smith Harriott, J l ar
Samuel T. Skidmore, Elias G. Drake,
Francis Butler, George Pomeroy. man the basement, fir
Edmund Penfold, William H. Johnson, Croton W
Charles Williams, William F. Leggett, be co
Robt. M. Stratton. ha
ELIAS G. DRAKE, President. ap5 2w
Lebbeu, Chapman, Secretary. ap6S
g Wall street, capital, $300,000. insurance against
loss or damage by fire on the most favorable terms.
DIRECTORS. parlors, and mae
I. stris The cella Is light an rytoCoo
Jaeonh Drake, William Adee, Water i
John Leonard, William Agnew, and they
Smith W. Aindersion, Richard F. Carman, s
Oliver T. Hewlett, Samuel T. Skidmore,
Samuel Demilt, Ira Smith, 0
John Wilson, William S. Herriman, 0
Cornelius W. Lawrence, Eliao H. Herrick. v
tamriel W. Thompson, William A. F. Pentz, te
Franei T. Lug"eer, Charles A. Jackson, Stor
Jokn R. Townsend, Corn-'lu Smith, 25 f
Effilngham Townsend, (orrnelius R Disosway, fr
James Shepherd. the rent w
President of the Fite Department, ex-offio.
President of Trustees of the Fire Depart Fund, ex
JACOB DRAKE, President. 0
VEN-Th firsr floornn ant[ basmen ofthspaI
NIRL GRAY. Secretary.s__ usNp8 lm tB
Li. iII 7.i.-,_- -.-) tt- !.7__ ci-sso r 7
Il'iti-KrtuL Lu, .i. s ,_*m qu.,hL1) Um I
.1. (i'ui. on In.i.ii sbh,.,,ler.r.e. (.,r saie b
Ie28 78 South st. From
with iron roof and window sh
| IVERIPOOL URIKELL COAL-lou tons warrinied,O
1.4 a very superior article. o. board ship Hottin
west side ci Bourdig Slip, I 1r el. by

.. from ship Virginian, Orrel Coal of auperiorqualitv,
selected t 'r fimil use. f.,r sale in lots to suit I u
sera, bv H. KEKMIl', 74 South At.
I. LAK Ca N N sL COAL..- Inie stuo,, tiiine
I) for sale Cannel Coal of superior quality, in lots to
suit urchasers, by asplyine to
LA1NG & RANDOLPH. 250 Washingten at.,
cur. Last Bioadway and Gouverneurst., _
1e23 and 8th st. and Lafayette Place
L AURKAWAN,',A CUAL.-A law cargoes il tLacka. 2
wanna Lump Coal afloat will be sold ois favorable a
terms-apply at the office f the Delaware & Hudson c
Canal Co No. 53 William. corner of Pine street.
Retail prices deliverable from the Company's yards h
In New York and Brooklyn, free of eartage. ve
Lump Coal, $4 50 per ton. churches.
1gg, 4 50 well arra
Broken' 4 50
Stove, 4 50 A
Nut, [4 25 4
Small, 4 00 Eeq
Orders received at the Office of the Compan,
William street. cornel of Pine street.
Or at the Yards ...&.House
Corner Bea, Ih antI West streets, T
Corner of K ins end Greenwich streets;
Corner of Montgomery aid Monroe streets. N. York. ex
And at 13 Adams street, Brooklyn; ear Catherine ex
ar .

- -Ia....b eee o Wd "sThe preayi
'OWLANID k.ASPIN% ALL, A4 Souith street i Lter or
sL ale-- t. r.eqie t27Boda.o
ugar-100 hhd Cuba uscovado tic
Tsa-600 half chests Canton iYoan Hyson V
100 do Seuchong for salethe
Cuffe1-60 begs Rio; ,00 do prima
Bara--sU ceroons besat quality Ar,.ca Th
Copper-I106,OO lbs Peruvian Figg
Tin-100O pigs Bancs, Steel, 2i0 bxia Trieste
Poangees-.Sa razes @ ri ih wde t
H.kI's-4 cases wnite ng' t Ponises; 4 do do plain do
Damsiked Shawls-1 t0 cases
Paper Fan--a0 cases just rac'd from LaTten T Th
L.buisien-a Cases Chines. aven
Miuttig-l104il rull a upr-i.r whie, t00 do checkered f
Frre Crackers- Iiou b si t-hin'e,, for expor
Wine-0o pipes. Ino ar.lfa. bet. Ltual.' te
Bum-50 puncheon, fine Jsaina.'s Hum
LVgmwcod -i0tons uri i 'Campeaene. b.loLaguyra
Lgnumviltae---Z0 itns P.Jrio Cabetto
Indigo-10 cases prime MaInia
Wuoi-100 bates rirnne Maraia, I0O 0rileChil
0Ive 1,-100 qr alks Bareara
aimone-40 ierceNo I Ne,' undnd SAAC
Maraschrna--40 cadei; Fen, 21) bales Rusoan
Leather--L- ales Rusin red and whiter
Crash-7 do du white an.i brown fine
Vanilla Basns--1cantern coni
Iros-12Loan Railroad Sptlicing Plaies
Seal Sains-1000 dresseu, pacaeed ia camphor trunks
Jawelry-I case Coral Beads, I
Sewngs-2case.sChinee;: Grass Cloth-I bale d2
CHUCHARDT, FtVRE & CO. 21 N saus
,aoier for sale in lonw to suit purchasers--
Madel's Swan UIR a
Wheel brand 0do
Tsrragona %ine in pipes
Rhenish Wine in boxes
Chr.tnpagne Wine in baskets
Fresh Sellers Water in hampers
Genova Cilrr.r, of superior quality
Caraccas Indigo, in ceroos, asuortedi]
Dutch O.nlioMhdeeu of superior bright q
Yellow Java Government Coffee
Government Banca Tin in lab ti
Superior Holland A A wide ansod narrow Duck et
Brass iKettles, asnrted
French Window tilas. assorted .
Silvered uAd pelisted Lookiag iGlIs Plates g
OGlasus Beads, i I ouse or r
Racor Hones Oi' Cloth
Schlei'che's Pins assorted, a superior article
Holland Caablers, Haarlem Tapes
Fowling Pieces anud Piatol0 os


Logwoot. Jamaca.. - a 15 Ta. ...
Nicaragua, Bonaire.. 36 a 37 60 Puitch......
Nicaragua, Coro..... 35 a 37 80 Rosin, common ...
Nicaragua, Hache,. 42 80 a 45 CiTurpentine., .i
Nicaragua, Lima.... 55 a 60- .Turpentine, Wl.
Sapan Wood........ 40-- a - Spa u. u gal -30
FEATHE -Duty, 2 per et. ad val. OILS-Duty, Palm,
Foreign....... per lb. 13 a 24J Olive, In cal,
Foreign, A. A......- 28 do in beoe
Live, American .....- 19 a 27 ad v i.; Se
FISH-Duty, Salmen, pickled, ,0 per 24a; Whaloer
bel.- smoked, $1 per 112 Ibs 2; ha
i t rallonFlour..........
Drydod...per ew. 206ja 2 12 Flor. 3S sls..
Dryscale.......... t 22 l G Ollvl5t0 b a
Pickled Cod...... bbl. - a Olive, in casks..
Salmon, pickled, tee. 12 a - alm.........p
Salmon, Kennebec & Linseed,H
N Sco., smoked, Ilb. 12 I Linseed, Amer ...
Mackerel, No. 1, lbl 7 0 a t8 Whale.............
Mackerel, No. 2.... 50 a 3 75 Sperm, Crude
Mackerel, No. 3.... - a 4 50 Sperm, Fall&Spi
Shad, Conn .......a.. a-- SpertWinter.
Shad, Buckaport.... - a - Fish, Straits .
Shad, Mass ........ - a -
Herring, pickled.... 3 a -- 7
Herring, scale...... 37 a a--
Herring, No. 1I......- a - PAINTS-Duty,
Hearing, No. 2......- A - and Litharge, 4 cents; Whitin
FLX-Duty,2per ton Ochre, l cent per
Russia....perlb. a a- 11 VerOfieioS, ir
7a-7 LrAmerican........... 7 a- 7 Le, red Am..ped
FRUIT-Duty, Preserved, 25, Ora whitedry
gasandLenmons.iinbhs..c.20pr Do, EBg. .nd..
cent ad v; Almonuls, 3; Prunes, A; Do. American do..
Crr.nis, Fl.s,2, NuLs,l;Mu- Do. do. dry.
catel and Bloom Raisins, 1; all Ochr
other Rauis, S2 cents per pound; Ochreo. gr
ILI- a LIE goO .
Fruit in bulk, from Weant Iadies, p. Brown dry
free. Sp. ground ia
Ramst4ls ......c k a a Yarnih3.......

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E3" Duties payable in cash. Goods stored, to be sold at auc
ASHES-Duty, 20 per cent. ad v. Raisins, Bunch..b
Pots, t1t sort, (109 lbs.) 12I1-- R aisins, Clust 6 50 a 6 75 Raisins, (Muscate
BARILLA-Duty, free. 6taisias, Bloom..
Teneriffe.....i-r ton a 27 50 aisins, Smyrna.b
BARK, (Quercitrob,-pr 0to. Raisins. Sultaa
N. Y. Inspec,, No. 1 23 a 24 Currants, Zante
BEESWAX-Duty, 15 per cent. adv. Citron, Genoa;..
Cuba White...per Ib1 - a 50 Almonds, soft sh
Southern Yellow... 2Bja 291 Almonds, shell
BOTTLES-Duty, $3 per gross, not Figs,Smyrna..
larger than quarts. Filberts, Sicily ..
Bristol, porter,:groce 8 50 a 9 Prunes, Borde
Wines............ 7-a 8 0 FURS AND SKINS Dusnd
BREAD-20 per cent a I val. 28 ir ct.. ar va
Pilot..........perIlb. 31a - Beaver, Parchm'l
Fine Navy...........- 3a -- Beaver, North..
Navy................ 21a.- Beaver, South
Crackers............- 41a 1 Beaver, Wes.
BRISTLES-Duty, I cents per Ib. Otter...........
St. Petersb'g, lot sort 1 06 a 1 10 Raccoon, South
St. Petersb'g, 2d sort 33 a - Raccoon, Western.
Okatka,grey &white a 2 Raccoon, Detroit...
Souchoy............ asaI-60 Mink,.S&N*.....
American.......... 2 a 66 Fur Seal, Clapm'hes
CANDLES-Duty, Tallow,4; Wax,8 Hair Seal .
Sperm, 8 cents per .b. Goat, Curacoa
Mould, tallow, per lb 9 a 11 Goat, Mogadore..
Sperm.............. 20 a 22 Goat,Madras..
COAL-Duty, $1,74 per ton. Goat, Calcutta ...
Liverpeol 7 a 7 50 Goat, M
Newctle,fine&icoase S 50so a 7 Deer, shaved.....
Scotch.............. -I- a 6 hai
Sidney and Picton.... a -- Deer, in hair. win
Anthracite, 2,000 *bs.- 4 50 6 t- FLOUR AND
COCOA-Duty, I.ent. per lb. Flour 70; InMl
Caracca.....per lb.-- a- Western Canal.
.Trr,,J.......... s --- Troy ............. 5 -
Mararab... .. ....- a 14 Ohio, viacanal..
Guayaqul ......... 7 71 Ohio, viaN.0
Para ... ...... -7 - Michigan........ -- 7 .5a - Michiga .
St Dom0igo......... ia Philadelphia ....
COFFEE- Duty, free. Brandywine..t .
Bradyin ...... 4 a~ -- L.,erp;ofne.....IasI
Java......... pr lb. 11 121 Georgetown .. Aa-
Sumatra...........-. 7a 7J BaltimoieHowar
Porte Rieo............ -- a Richmond City Mi
Laguayra...........-4 71a -a Richmond Country
Cuba. ........ ... 7s -8 Alexandria..........4
Branil............... 6 L 8 Fredericksburg.. 4
St. Dominilo......... {a! 5 Petersburg .....
COPPER-I luty., Bols, 4 cents per b; Rye Flour, N.
Braziers, 0 per cent. ad v.; Pig, Indian Meal....7 b
Sheathin, and Old, fra. Indian Meal... hd 12 0 a 13
Sheathing ....per lb. 22 a -- GRAIN-Duty, Wh
Braziers'...........- a 26 10 cents per bus
Pig, Peru' a,....... 17 a percent.
OtdSheathin....... a 15 Wheat, Ohio and G
Bolts................-24 a-. 2 nesee.......
CORDAGE I uty, Tarred, 5 cents; Wheat. South. (new
Untarre, 4.Acents per lb. Rye, Northern....
Foreign..... per lb. -- 10 a 11 CoreJer.&N.(Ne
American...........- I a 12 Lorn, South..(mieu
Bale Rope.......... 6 a 9 Barley N.R....
ZBolt Rope .......... 12 a 13 Oats, orthern...
Oakum, Rtsia...... ---4 Oats, Southern...
CORKS-Diit), 36 per cent ad vl. Oats New Jersey
Velvet..........gross 39 a 50 GLASS-Duty, Cylinder
Commen...........- 2 a 30 3J a o0 cents per s
rPhial.............. a--1 6 by 8 to 1by
COTTON--Vo ty. S cents per lb. 10 by 14 to 12 b
NewOrleani...perlb.- & a -- 8 12by rl, I b 6.
Alabama.......a... g -- 8 N.Y. Cyl.n i..r, 7 7
Florida.o........... 4(a y to 10
Upland.............- 4 7 -10 by 14
Upland, fair....... a 6t Lake Dunmore1 1
Upland, good and fine 6 a 7 6by 8...........
COT'ON BAGGING-Duty, 4 tcsts 7 by 9 to by 10....
per square yard. S by ItI to 10by
Hemp............... - a 10 by 14 tol
Flax................ a -a Waterlord;
Flax, American..... a 6 by 8 to 8 by
DIAPERS-Duty, 20 per cent ad v. 8 by 11 to10 b
Russia, broad...piece 1 80 a 10 by 14 to 16 b
DOMESTIC GOODS- FB.l. iJ '. f.,rt
Shirtings, brown, 3.4 4 a 41 B i.y t I..
Shirlings, brown, 7.8 -y 1a 6 8byy 10 by
Shirtings. bleached.. 4 a- 7 10 by 14 to 16
Shirtings, S I. do.... 7 a 11 GiNPOWDEI-DIySC pr B
Sheetings, brown, 4.4 I- 7 American......25 lb. 75 a
Sheeting, brown, .4 10 11 English ...... lb
Sheetings, blchM. 4-4 7 a 12 HEMP-Duty, Russia
Sheetings, blck'd, 6-4 12 5a 1 Manilla, Sun a
Calicoes, blue....yd. 7 a 12 Sisal, and Coir,
Calicoes, fancy...... 4 a 18 per ton.
Plaids............. 7 a 10 Russia, clean.... t
Stripes, fast ecolors... 7 a 10 Rusia,.oui.1 .
Sattuinets............ 25 a 80 Rup.a, hair .lSr
Checks, 4-4......... 7 a 10 RussiaCdl...G, Wolfe's Swan
Cotton Yara,Stall, Ib. 11 a 14 Manilla...
Cotton Yarn, 141Il9.. a 1 Bombay ........
Cotton Yarn, 2 a25 -2 a Suonn.............
And rise one cent per number. Jute........
Sattinet Warps, on Italian..........
beams, per yard.. -- a 4 Sisal.............
DRUGS AND DYES-Duty, Alum, Kentucky...........
Ili Opium, 75; Refined Camphor, HIDES-Duty, 5 per
20; Crude do5; Copperas, 2; Blue R.Q. AtB. Ayres.
Vitriol, 4; Green do, 2; Oil of California.........
Vitriol, 1 cent per lb.; Sulphate Oronoco & An
Quinine, 40 cents per oz;, Castor San Jan
Oil, 40 cents per gallon; Quick- Carthagena, e....
silver, 56 Roll Brimtone, 25; Es- Mexican........
sencial Oils, 20; Crude Gums, 15; Dry Southern.
Balsamsl 265 Borax, 25 Annealto, E.I. Buffalo...
20o Sal Sode, 20 Soda Ash, 5 per Calcutta, gr.salt.p
CLt. ad v.; Nuts for dyeing, Crude Calcutta, dry.....-
Antimony.Argol, Assaleotida, Fl. HONEY-Duty, 20 per ce
Sulphur, Cantharides, Cochineal, Cuba............ -.
Madder, Rhubard, Sarsaparilla, HOPS-Duty 20 per cead
Shellac, Cream Tartar, Gum Sen. First sort, 1940
gal, Gum Arabic, Gum Traga- HORNS-Duty, 6 pe
camth, Lac Dye-free. Ox..........per
Aloes......... per lb. 12 a 13 Cow...........
Alum............... 3 a- 3i INDIGO-Duty, 5 pe
Annatto.......... 16 a 20
Antimony, Crude.... 7 a- S Madras ........
Antimony, Regulus of 19 a 20 Manilla.
Argol, red...........- 7I e f Caraccas........
Assafeetida.......... 10 a 16 Guatimala ........
Balsam Capivi....... 23 a 25 IRON-Duty, Bars and
Balsam Tolu........ - 0 ed, $17 ; rolledan
Brimstone, roll... 2a 3 Pig, $9; olda r a -n
Brimstone, erode, ton 34 a 3 ton ;
Borax........per lb. a 101 21ctspertl. Wequo
Camphor, cruds....en-E-a 7 store price.
Camphor, reflned.... a -" invoices are sold $
Cantharides........... less. Our quotation
Cochineal..... .... a i1 I 0 the common
Cream of Tar;ar.... 1 3 ta larger and smaller sies are cha
Cubebs, E. I........- 121a 14 geda at extra pr
Dragons' Blood..... $0 a 60 pig, English & Sco
Essence of Bergamot 5 50 a - ton.............
Essence of Lemon.. 1 30 a 1 371 Pig, American, N
Fiur. Chamomile.... 24 a 25 Pig, Amer. common
Ginseng............. 25 a- Bar. Russia, P.S..1
Gum Arabic......... 15 a 45 Bar, Russia, newS..8
Gum Myrrh........- 15 a Bar, Swede
GumTragacanth.... 2 a 30 Bar, lAmer, rolled.. 70 -a0-
Guit Copal, washed 33 a 40 Bar, Eng. reflne... 70 a 75 -
Gum Benjamin...... a7'a 45 Bar, Eng. common
Gum Senegal........ 20 a 21 Sheet,tRussia,lstul
Ipecacuanha........ 32ja -' 53 ty............. 11 -
Jalap................ 0 a 2 Sheet, Eng. &
.Juube Paste........ 20 a 2 Hoops, do. do...CW
Kreosote.......... o.- 30 a - IVORY--Duty, fr
LcDye......perlb. 8 a Prime........perb.
Lii aorice Paste...... -12 & I l Under 20 lbs
N. adder, Dutch..... 10 a 121 LEAD-Duty, Pig, a
b adder, French.... 10 a 13 cents ; old and
I anna, flakey...... 90 a *1 Pig..........perlb
h anna, sorts........- to a 25s Bar...........
1- aes-..4. lump..... a 22 Sheet...........
5 r, ,,I, calcined.. -- 5 a 76 LEATHER, (Sole)-6,;rum... --s..2Set....
N utealos, blue Aleppo 15 a 18
01 Ani ............ 1 25 a 1 30 Hemlock, light.....
O I Cassia...........1 871a 2- Hemlock, mid
SlCastor, No.1, gal a 70 Hemlock, heavy...
Hemlock,..per .... --130aa-- 34
Cil, PerppTermint. .lb. 1 60 a 1 62 Hemlock, damaged..
Otium," turkey..... 2 50 a 2 971 Hemlock,poor do..
Olo Roes ....... oz 3 a 3 25 LUMBER-Duty, Tit
Q icksilver...per lb. 1 05 a - wood, 20; Bo
RI ubarb, E. I...... 35 a 1 28 shared for use
Sal .Eratua...... -Slab .......... p ct ad vl
Sal Ammoniac....... 12a T 13 Boards, N.R.M. ft.c
Sal Soda............ -. .2 21 Boards, box....M.ft
Sarsaparilla, Hend.. 26 a 27 Boards, East. Pine..
Sarsaparilla, V.Cruz 10 a 10 Boards, Al. do..pc
S. minony, Ale ito.. 2 12ja 2 25 Plank, Geo. do.M.
Seneca Root.. 30 a 85 Gr. Is. W.O. cubuc ft
Senna, Alexandria... 2 5 a 30 Heading, W.O.. ..M.
Senna, E.I.......... Sa 10 Staves, W
Shellac,orange...... 13 a IS Staves,W.O...
Shellac, liver........- ll~a 13 Staves, W. 0 .
SnakeRootVa...... `21a -2 Staves, B. O....hh
UodaAsh............ a- t Heops............
Sugas Leal.......... 10 a -131 Scantling. Pine Ea
SuLph. Quinine....O.. l 05 a 185 Scantlig, Oak.
Tartaric Acid, per lb. 40 a 41 Timber-Oak, cub
Verdigris.........-. 26 a 28 Do. White Pine
Vitriol, blue ........ a - Do. Gee. Yel. Pin
DUCK-Duty, 7 per cent square yard. Slsingles,Cyp
Dimitry Brusgins.... 18 50 a - Do. Bunch, 18 i
logan do. and X. U.. 17 50 a - De. Cedar, 3ft. l3
Zoteff and Billibins.. 17 60 a - Do Cedar,3ft. 2d
Serikeff ............ 16 a - Do.sCedar. 2 f
Cheflotchkins. 15.. 1830 a- - Shingtea, com
D. Plotnikeff........ 16 a - MAHOGANY-Duty, 1
Zonoploff It Zurins.., l 50 a - St. Domingo.....
Imperial, widt...... 16 a 18 Honduras........-
Imperial, 24 inch.... 10 50 a 18 MOLASSES-Duty, 4m
Ravens, light........ 825 a 7- N. 0.
Ravens, heavy...... 7 25 a 9 Porto Rice...... 2
German,half ....... 10 a 1 St. Croix.....
Holland, A. A. 24 S 2S- Trinidad, Cuba.
American, all flax, Nenvitas.....
Joy's, 1 as...... 11 a 14 SM Havana & Matana
Cotton, Paterson, 1 a Martinique an
10............ yd.- 24 a 38 MUSTARD--Duty,
DYEWOODS-Duty, free. English...... l
Braxilstto........ ton 25 a 2 80 American......
Camwood.......... 60 a 65 NAILS-Duty, Cu
Fustic, Cuba........ 23 a 26 perth.
Fustic, Tampico.... 18 a I Out, 4d.a40d..p
Fustic, Savanilla.... 14 a 15 (3d. 1 cent, an
Fustic, Carthagena It Wrsuaht, 6d.
Maracaibo........ 1I a 12- HorseShee, No. 7a
Logwood, Campeachy 22 a 23 0
Logwood, St. Domin. 17 a 1 -
Logwood, Honduras 14 a 15

Of Dennis Kehoe to be rel
a violation of the corpora
the Committee
Of the Lamps and Gas Com
dinance relating to execute
One of the Committee on A
following petitions for corr
Hunt, H & L Goldsmith, Ja
John L. Fisher and Richa
Of the same committee adve
tions for correction of ta
Caswell, Win. Green, John
son, Feidinand Knaafand C
rally adopted and the
Of the Finance committee i
Jsseph Crowell for reducti
foot of Charles
Of the same committee in
Captain Hloek to have certain
him in Common
,Of the same committee adv
Mechanics and Tradesmen So
-adopted, and the c
Of the Joint Craton Aqued
placing free hydrants in s
mote the comfort and co
Of the Committee on Wharv
vor of renewal of leasing f
I1 North River for t

[From rthe Ne'rw Yo
For ,hreeday
Ashes-The sales of Pots are
$5,12e a $5,18f. There are n
-- but supplies are shortly e
ae few her being held
WCoal- Foreign arrives very
at full prices ; 100 tons Co
to arrive, on private ti r n.a ,[
ity Liverpool Orrel fr..rn -
Coffee-The market retains du
bags Brazil, at 6J a 81 cents
Cuba, 7$ a E; 100 green Java
a t7. 4 mos.; and 150 St.
Copper-New Sheathing is s
Purchasers of Old are waiting
for auction Thur
Cotton-Since our last their
chiefly for export, and price
have improved within a week
per lb The sales embrace 3
da atl4 a 6 cents ; 600 Mob
lean-, I e 7-tog
Fish-The demand is moder
fully equal to it-the sales
at $2 12, 300 bbls Pickled Sa
10C bbls No 1 Halifax Macke
leaving no Dry Cod or M
Fruit-There have been sale
for export, at $1,70, long pri
1s0 drums Turkey Figs, 9a9c
1000 inferior Porto Rico Coc
Dai- ., piart p...-I. -ients, a
Ntis, 3, lessa 3 per ..'ut force
Flour and Meal-Prices of Ca
the sales since Friday reach
at $5,37J, the market closing
mand foir immediate use; 1 a
Ohio, to arrive from Albany
200 bble. flat hoop New York
Falls Mills, a$5,25; 200 comm
leans iia, $ 121; and about 100
Euc9ept deorgetow,., cerni ,r
.J-isrrIpiur,. ti1e s ti sti r e ii
U.ti e .rvra tl hunrrJi.J.t t.t.
Howard street, from the wha
S00 Brandywine, $4,50 a $4,6
$4,56; ando800 Richmond Cou
River Rye Flour sells at $2,
$3,I2a. 150 hhds. Branlyw
supposed at $12,60; 20 do yest
3 a 400 bbls. ofthe same, $2,
bbls. commands $2,0,S
Grain-The market continue
which is in quick request, sa
the season approaches when
Oats, Corn, &c. may be expe
chases are made cautiously
only, and generally at decline
the time being are necessary
ar r, -.I ., .,or a may be to th
Ui L.j, ..,- 3i-r 5300 bush Jer
3- ..', r,. i,,, .. the spot, 70, both
yesterday, here, 68,cash. 2500
tleliverab:'e at Albany, sold
is heldat 48. The sales ofOu
ern, to arrive from Albany, p
due very near that price; 3
avery superior, 33, all Satur
River on the'tspot sold in lot
2oa26 ;-the b st offer at the
was 22I centi. The receipts
within a day or two, are lar
not quite all offering lihas
Eastern market., 1.. 1 .. u icl t
actions embrace ll eiu t,.i..i
4600 Northern, part to arrive
55, weight; 5000 Southern, 5
3400 at 65a56, weight ; and
bbls small Northern White Pe
1enup--We notice sales of
American at $105; 5 tons Clea
t [ 1- I t. I-. .r. -
L. ,.-- f 1s., .,n. ,., r p. Ht
ed in our last- 2000 pig
Molasses-'iTh: i,,rh,.i :.I i.
of half a cent. i r.,' s t, ,..
dad Cuba at a fraction over 1
bbls New Iberia, 20ja2I; 395
Matanzas, 18j; 30 Nuevitas,
hhdas 40 ics and 700 bbls 201
hhds and tce Matanzas, just
Naval Stores-Spirits Turpenti
quotations. We have heard o
tance in any
Oils-Whale is plenty and d
linnut Peirs -mnce our last.
elai i.e t- ..jicry to be hadl
purchased, say I a 2000 gallon
A tew casks Olive brought 80
export, 65,4 mos. short price;
Provisions-The minarkot for
firm, and with a continued
light receipts ofBeefand Po
really advanced, say 25 a 50,
par bb), still retaining at the
transactions, though numerous
principally owing to an indispo
to sell other than small par
have ranged from $7 to $8 :
Mass Pork, "8 25 to p'
yesterday, delivarable one
at $8,75-now held at 9; Prime
a8 256: and 800 bbls old P
Lard has become scarce, and
cent from their 'g-eatest dep
ia cents, 650 do No 1, 5 5.8
T1he males beside embrace 2
cents, no charge for tierces; 3
Shoulders, 3; andl 20 hhds Be
in pails now arrives freely
moderately at 16alS cents-a
Western dairy have been pur
I1--the stock of Butter, as
duced v
Seeds-Free Clover us taken
at7 I-2 a 7t, anl in a small
St i.- br...u, Ai f 40 i r
at jy ) tin.. is take
bbls. sold at
Spirits-Brardygoes offslo
say 0I hf. pipes Pellevoisin
$1i,76. Hollai.d Gin is d
brought $1,25. Domestic Spi
and Whiskey has advanced a
have sold freely at 20 cent
New Orleans, part very high
Sugars-The market has been
wards the close, when altho
cels landing, the sales were
not varied, The transaction
leans at 4 a 61 cents ; 20 P
bxs Brown Havav a, 61 a 7J,
New Orleans sold
Teas-At auction yesterday
and Probus, were offered, an
spirit, at ul.-In- i n'.inr r in, I. .
which a:-. -' n w', i p l
change on the lower grades.
cents ; Hyson Skin, 251 a 29
Hyson, 12 a 17 1-2 ; and 34
rial, 31 a 65; Powchong, 30 a
Wines- Sales have been made
cents, 6 mos. ; arid small
Freights-The packets gener
tions. To Liverpool thie prese
Exchange-Nothing done in
Monday evening,
Present-Caleh S. Woodhull
-Alderman Balls, Underwoo
Smith, Gedney, Leonard,
Stewar Davies
The minutes of the last
Of French & Heiser, for th ti
ton Water in the Castle Ga
ton Aqueduc
Of Charles H. Wiley end 3
drant in Cedar street, bet
Broadway; of Win. Buikewell
drant at the corner of Cliff
Cohen and others for a publ
between Vorick and Hudson
and othersjfor a free hydran
and 28th streets; of citize
hydrant between 2d and 3d
others for a free hydrant i
ington and West streets; of
hydrant at the corner of 14t
residents in Monroe tree
streets for a public hydran
Wilson and others for a fr
17th street and 7th aven
others for a public hydrant
zabeth anti Walker streets;
cinity of Elm and Duane str
of inhabitants of 5th and 8
and C for a free hydrant, we
Croton Aquedu
Of James Sweeny and Hash
tax, were severally referred
Of Michael Duncan for c
away his contract for filli
med to the Fin
Of Samuel J. Jones for per
ing outside of store No. 58
Alderman and Assistant of
Of Charles Fistner and o
graded between the 8th aid
Of Gabriel Harrison to h
vei the remains ol the imm
ty Church Yard-referred t1
sciences a
Of Mr. Pond for relief fro
mittee on A

greater danger than if t
factory. We learned th
had escaped, and that Dr.
and Mrs. Isaacson, Mr. C
(Olyphant & Co.) had early
residences and gone to
from whence Mrs. Parker a
son escaped in a boat fo
rived safe. We found M
Douglass (his clerk), with
ready to be moved into
soon advised to remain qui
if he attempted to move,
his effects, but most pro
might aid him. Mr. Bul
treasure, which of course
next found Mr. G. Nye,
Lawrence, all resolved to
the last. I believe I ha
maisned in Canton
We continued in this situ
watching the mob, comnmu
sufferers on the roofs of th
when some few of us got
others kept watch. As
alarmed by Mr. Wetmore
heard the mob threaten to
factory. This I think a
see any appearance of su
found the mob had entire p
ings belonging to and con
factory, the Dutch and C


m ihe ir oard
A report uof the Finance Co
Dr. Alexander Vacb, 3788fd f
tore-was co
An Ordinance to amend an
waler works of the city o
ber 7th, 1842-w
On motion the Board anjo
5 P M. I1s

Correspondence of the
I arrived in Canton 24th
duced to the several Hon
was much pleased. All exp
count of the rumor that th
ken up by the treaty with
Parker arrived here a f
Parker's appearance in Ca
clement of curiosity. Sh
not expose herself to pub
absolutely necessary. Her
a few moment's walk in the
only in the evening. So
did not think it prudent u
few days after, a Mrs. Isa
of an English ship, came t
ed with her. This incre
company created courage
more bold to gratify their
something ot this most ex
city, public buildings, cu
The first attempts passed
gave them an opportunity t
In this time two Engl
Whampos, and stopped at a
the English Hong. They w
in chairs to several places
also walked openly in th
further increased the exc
chants expressed much fe
evil, ai d every where was
to the English generally.
calling on the people to r
with the
On the 6th December, Dr
and Mrs. Issaacson, and s
panied by a linguist, cros
of Honarn, to visit a temple
met by an immense crowd o
became so mech alarmed a
considered it unsafe to ta
ent buildings connected wi
them to their boats throu
Ou tiie morning of the 7ti
about the American square
were drunk it, the streets,
the Chinese. which caused
the two women before me
the Company's garden,-at f
alone, which ol course e
o'clock all was quiet, at
with three gentlemen atd a
ple at Honam. At our
croAd, which did not apple
The linguist informed t
(Americarns;) their county
and "Fawkee" passed from
thecrowd. We visited th
sive establishment connect
things, even the sacred
the priests to lea, fruit a
was never treated more c
returned to our boat high
We landed in Canton about
sait ihe mob pulling down
Company's garden next to
no great fuss about it.
engaged in the affair, buth
We walked across the sq
& Co.'s factory, where w
that the mob would go b
the rence around the Co
dinner (about half past 6
Messrs. Wetmors & Go's c
alarm, and informing us
all the members of the
& Co. ; and Mr. Trott,
Trott, had left their cABlta
section of a Hong Meicha
tleman a little nervous
there laughed at his fears
American square increased
from the verandah saw
square and about the fact
their way to the English
light as II they had fired
discovered it to be the Engi
mob had fired. Then comm
the Company's factory, (
buildings, offices, &c. &c
ferent mercantile concerns
dered amid t
Mr. A. Heard and Mr. Di
Heard & Co. with a youn
ed a part of the Dutch
Company's, had in their
of treasure, (mostly bel
house extensively engage
which they considered mi
to guard it to thie last
servants assured them, th
they would not be trouble
a taete ot plunder, and
more English than American
also knowing them to be
of treasure, could not res
menced ths attack. Mr.
muskets made a formidabl
veral, and for t Ihe moment
next fired the Hongs int t
already communicated fro
forced Messrs. Head & C
Hung, who had sent c
In the meantime the fire
creased in numbers and f
[Englishman] and Fanqui
arit attempt to communicate o
number being so small [s
pistols, Messrs. Wetmor
sured us we should be m
still we made the attempt
known as Americans, we
number was soon called
amid Hongmo were repeated
the rush so great that we
further, and retreated to
we had a full view of the
expecting every moment i
the American factories.
north, the light wafted t
Mr. S. Wetmore, Jr. disp
firmness, and aeon fixed
was, if the mob attacked us
till the last moment, and
the fire might drive us o
and papers were packed a
us; hia treasure, as it co
determined should be pun
to remain by ih until the f
presumed the building w
as to cover up the well
finding the treasure. Af
plan, and feeling we cou
the fate whtch seemed in
lion by fire and the meb-
municate with our neighbor
with ladders, &c. by climbi
ry, and then crossing f
In this manner we visited
who had not left their p
found that the American C
the house of Russell &
escaped early in the even
dresses, amid sought the
chant, and from thence i
boat to Whampoa. From t
who conducted them, the

seen men conduct so well
hold, experienced command
a name which gold cannot
itude which can only expi
they hav
I never was so proud
These sailors have shown
cans. I feel proud in takin
stained with tar and hard
call them brothers. On th
boats, Capt. Loud, being l
ed the American flag upon
ing point, around which w
proud sight to an American
Majesty's subjects willing
the Star spangled Banner,
selves Americans, by which
property w
In speaking of the cond
and men, I could not feel
to one than to all, as it re
general good; but for their
& Trott, Captain Faulk is
Mr. Trott had abandoned h
and al, early in the even
Capt. Faulk, knowing the p
yards, to ave their treats
found his way through the
break into the factory,
three would have done the
ry. On the morning of th
Porcupine, with Sir Hugh
siness was not connect
departed last night in a s
pine. Last evening anoth
despalches for the former
they go the better, as their
mob, and, in case of a r
Ths;captain himself says hi
himself, and to clear out
The whole country is exa
glish, and this feeling mu
til they acquire sufficient
fare, when awful must be

C ~Aa.5e/

ide L1u .\itiatnaarrh e[
= itrerts in arid about
The Mandarins' came out
small force, but were so
drove off the engines fio
fire extends librynd these
and save all the property
having been just roused fr
appeared rruly awful. The
wind had hauled a little,
flames and smoke past Ho
factories; fire in our rear
front the mob were furiou
different articles of pleu
the treasure In Messrs. He
then seemed a: anesid. a
night attempted to get a
that aid might be sent us
Ships, but we now began t
they could muster, would
only lead to the ruin and d
attempt it. Ihe authorities
force, but were as soon dr
peared more and more des
fairly light, we saw an A
alone, in the American s
fate seemed to us sure, b
another, and then Capt. F
Sumner of the Probus, Ca
paraiso, and Capt LauJ d.
boats' crews, all i
Capt. Loud remained, w
boat, to guard the boat
them. The o.her three
ready to peril theirri, ,
through the square to the
persitig the mob as they pas
doors to them with feel
That these 25 men, poo ly
sach an interference, is
man. When I reflect upon
conduct, I am amazed wi
only by my admiration of
ed it. Not only did they
infuriated mob on their la
made their way for miles
nese boats, whose crews al
acts and sympathized with
which these brave me
It was determined that
boats, and aid in our
through the Square with
The mob finding us to b
such, and even gave way f
least molestation. When
landing, we found a grea
cool, quiet firmness, ha
them, and we saw no disp
success gave its more
back and cleared quite
nearly all between the Am
ins; also drove off the
them to land. With all th
afraid of a gun oi pistol
being qnite enough to po
numbers, they would run as
few, they would prostrate
faces to ihe very earth,
had many a hearty laugh.
vous and consultation, it
valuable books and papers
boats, in preparation for a
movementil of the mob, ho
sufficiently augmented to
treasure, wh:ch reinforce
expect, as there were a g
Whampoa, some with 140
a much larger amount o
property at stakl. In this
our twentyfive true Americ
the mighty armies of king
time ie :.-iob continued
Heard & Co 's treasure.
through them unmolested,
sion that our turn w
With all our fears, we w
this most extraordinary
square was constantly fi
quite as much disposed to
ers. A'fellow would com
& Co's with his plunder
crowd was to them proof o
would start him on the r
money jungle, when thousa
chase. The most desperate
not get more thiau half r
was stopped, when a mos
not only for him, but for
cond robbery, and hundred
close, (many of them nt wit
very carefully held iu the
injury,) that one would
have been jammed to death
button in this way, they
ready for another race. W
any part of his deadly ea
see. We saw a scene amon
us laugh. A fellow haldt l
and satempted toa eacap i
surrounded by a great num
commenced ; he was force
was kept from siaikmg, bit
boats uitil he gave up, w
do. They then plunged h
almost drowned tie poor
was handled until
We learned that a school
tweert this and Macao, wo
board of which it was dec
treasure, to be by her ta
at Whampoa. After twe
Amnerican and 2 or 3 Eng
Whampoa, considerably in
Heard, with 4 or 5 men, wa
and landed in front of his
gun over the heads of th
He found them in full po
which they left at his a
from the ruins what the
out of $500,000, saved sbo
er having arrived, the mos
to different persons, tog
baggage. &c. &c., was p
American ships at Wham
of her cargo caused much
tacked on her way down t
our American bold hearts
her, prepared and resolved
dostiastion, or perish in
and Capt. Lockwood, with
under them, undertook an
object. At about 4 o'cloc
with a much stronger forc
which they probably woul
the few Americans sh
Almost all the foreigner
Wemorne considered it nec
was a large amount of A
hands of the Hong merchan
tear that the feelhig which
against the Americans. A
to excite the mob to plund
ger for our presence and s
if we all abandoned Cant
unsafe to return hereafter
belonging to Messrs. We
two gentlemen stopping
son, (belonging to the ho
W. A. Lawrence, Capta.
with several officers from
Captain of an English shi
men, resolved to stop all
set for the night over the
to them, and being prepa
notice, we all sat down and
ner, hastily prepared a
then (except the watch,) re
soundly as if amongst our
Of the Captams, their of
to our rescue, it would be
most or best. They are

- '

,^ J,1e,

on their enemies. Since thp row, some business
has been done. The Hong merchants appe very
anxious to get the merchandize out of their TM.g.
and will not encourage the country people lo se)i1
down tneir produce for sale ; nor is it probable tiha
mach, if any, will come to market for some time ti
come. Things are not yet settled ; in fact, I think
the troubles but j ist commenced. Yesterday was a
day of alarms; placards were pasted up calling or
the people to rise and kill all the foreigners, most cf
whom packed up arid cleared out. The night pseened
quietly. Today all seems quiet ; but the ltee'ing of
the whole country is raised. I fear we shall all be
driven off, and if we get off safe, we must bc satisfi-
ed. Thus far they have discriminated between the
Americans and English, and it depends much on the
Americans here to retain the favor their nationality
has gained them.
The opium trade has caused this war; the Eng-
lish still persist in it; and I am told that some
American houses are now in, and that others intend
commencing it on the first of January, which would
surely bring the vengeance of the Chinese upon them,
if not on all Americans. I find them very intelligent
and shrewd,-all educated-none that cannot read
and write. They are excellent judges of character,
but their prejudices are great against foreigners. The
whole empire seems moved ; they have some foreign.
era as engineers among them, have built many forts,
and are making great preparations in the North, and
I think the treaty all a moonshine. "We shall see."


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ON FIRST PAOE.-Wholesale Prices Current; Re
view of [New York Markets ; Proceedings in the Bosrd
of Alderman; Interesting letter from Canton.

THE ELECTION is over, and New York is again
in the hands of the spoilers. Locofocoism is in the
ascendant in the city. Perjury and brute force
have triumphed, and of the votes cast yesterday,
Mr. Paper-Snatcher Morris has a majority which
will probably exceed five thousand Both branch.
ea of the Common Council are strongly Locofoco;
the Whigs having but 5 of the 17 Aldermen, and
probably but 3 of the 17 Assistants. The vote was
a very large one, and the majorities iA half.a.dozen
of the wards-the 17th, for instance, where in the
most exciting contests the majority for the Loco.
focus has been about 150 and is now 700!-will
explain how this result has been effected. Or.
ganised bands, varying in numbers from twenty.five
to a hundred, armed openly with bludgeons, which
were brought into immediate use whenever the show
of opposition was made, paraded the upper wards,
blocking tue polls and preventing-especially in the
16th-hundreds of voters from depositing their bal.
lots. In the 12th, similar scenes were enacted; and
though the police were called in to preserve the
peace of the city, it was manifest, after 1 or 2
o'clock, that the polls were entirely in the posses.
sion of t.e Locofocos, and of course thu result
was not doubtful. The system of double voting
has been carried to an extent utterly beyond any
thing we have ever experienced before, as the
amount of the votes cast, when the canvass is com.
pleted, will establish beyond a doubt. But we do
not mean now to do more than spread before our
readers the returns as far as we have received them.
When the canvass is completed, we may have some.
thing more to say. Meanwhile, let the Ah/rns, the
Wards, and the Stevcneons, rejoice at the prospect
of again filling their pockets at the expense of the tax-
payers of the city.
The vote for Miyor will not vary much from the
annexed returns:
Wards. Whig. Loco.
1 139
2 222
3 .463
4 489

6 11
6 821
'7 ... 396
9 156
9 717
10 576
11 1264
12 218
13 921
14 532
15 618
16 364
17 742

S"1442 7207

Morris's maj, in the city ;765

.l/msinrrs El .'.ed.
Those in italics are Whigs.
Wards. Aldermen. Assist
I-Edwin B. C -,....... Oliver Chi
2-ualebS. I .... 'i",, George F. -
3--Smith Dunning, Wm. Dcdg
4-Robert Martin, David T
5-Francis R. Tillou, Robert Pat
6-John Emmans, 'rhomas S
7-James Nash, Caries S. I
8-David Vandervoort, Charles P.
9-Wn. D. Waterman, Isaac B. S
10-Ehjah F. Purdy, ; Daniel We
I l-Abraham Hatfield, Charles J.
12-Henry Brevoort, David J
13-Hezekiah W. Bonnell, A Loco,
1t4-John B. Scoles, Samuel Ni
15- William V. Brady, James D. (
16-Edward G. Rawson, Win. C. Si
17-Frederick K. Lee, John Pettil

The Whigs of Brooklyn yesterday elected a ma.
jority of the Common Council. The Locofoco May.
or was elected by about 200 majority.
Last year the Common Council was also Locofoco.

At the election for To*n Officers in New Bed.
ford, on Monday, the Whig ticket t succeeded by 250
We are glad to hear that Commander Mackenzie
baa received an official communication from the Sec.
retary, announcing the decision of ihe Court-and
that the President has approved the sentence of sac.
siassippi is nut likely to lose so much by her Treasurer
as was at first expected. We learn verbally foin
Jackson, that soon after the departure of Glaves, his
wife sent to Gjv. Ttcker, requesting an interview. At
first the Governor declined, but on the lady's sending a
second time, the Governor called on the lady, in corn.
pany with Judge Buckner. Mrs. G. delivered to the
Governor a package containing $96 000 in gold and
treasury notes, also a parcel containing State Bonds,
which had not been examined when our informant left.
-(N. 0. Tropic.)
The Secretary of the Treasury has issued a notice,
cautioning all persons against receiving these Treasury
[For the New York American.]
During the last war, one of our frigates captured
in the Pacific a large English whaler ; and to the
surprise of the boarding officer, hlie found the crew
manifesting a great desire to get on board the frigate
and evidently quite satisfied, if not actually gratified,
that they were captured. On inquiry, it was found
that the captured whaler was a haunted ship i The
news soon spread through the frigate : the next
trouble was to assemble a willing prize crew to go
on board the priza-which trouble might have been
a serious one but for the force of discipline. The
prize was a large and valuable ship-but she was
haunted The authentic report was, that during a
still night, when no other noise was heard, and no
other motion felt than that of the slow, undulating
movement oh a Pacific Ocean see, a deep and dead-
ly groan was heard below, coming apparently from
the after part of the vessel, and heard distinctly
from every open hatch way ; and so great was the
panic at last, that the captain declared he cou!d not
induce a man to go below.
The Prize.master cn taking possession, pretended
to disbelieve the story, and declared that if lie heard
any tgroaning or other ghostly noises he'd soon find
out the cause. As evening approached the pr ze
cruw begun to listen; and sure enoughwhen the usual
noise of ship work subsided and all was silence, a
long, deep drawn sigh came up through the after
hatchway, and increased at intervals as silence pre-
vailed, till at last a full and audible groan came forth
that not only huddled the prize crew into a close
forecastle group, but made their blood curdle,
and their teeth chatter. Groan .,-fdel. .1 grui,
at short intervals, till at length the voice
of the ,prize-mnaster interposed,-" Where in
--does that noise come from ? Call all hands"
(Tihere was no need of this call, all hands weie al-
ready on deck.) Steward, get lights : come men,
arm yourselves and follow me. I'm d- d if I
dou't have a tussel with this groaner." He led the
way and the crew followed. Oni reaching the 'tween
decks he stopt anid listened to get the right direction
of the groan. It came as before from .the after part
of the ship, and so deep and long drawn that it seem-
ed the last life effort of a lHercules in an exhausted
death struggle-a full sigh terminating in a groan
of agony! ! The dlauntless prize-master, though
armed wilh a boarding sword, stood for a moment
petrified. IHad hlie retreated one step, it is quite cer-
tain every one of his followers would very soon have
been found huddled together again in a close group
on the forecastle, so terrible was that last groan and
so awful its effect upon the hearts of thuse who on oc-
casion of battle were found foremost in the fight. But
lie held his ground-it was no time to flinch, and
cheered his men onward to follow" him. They
came to a large store-room or stow.-hole, through which
it was necessary to pass, and began with the aid of a
dim light held by a trembling steward, to remove
some obstructions in the way. The first thing the
prize-master accidentally put his hand on was the arm,
shoulder, and part of tihe face of an old mutilated
figure-head, which perhaps formerly decorated the
prow of the ship. Pulling it out of a mass of old
rigging, and holding it up he facetiously exclaim-
ed, Here's a part of Mr. Ghost : come along men,
we'll get the whole of him presently." The light was
just sufficient to develop the form of a human limb
and rigid muscles, and the effect was so appalling
upon the steward that he dropt the lantern. The
prize-master dropt the limb, picked up the lantern
and pushed on, commanding his men to follow; who
finding themselves now in the midst of danger, be-
gan to d-n their eyes," and plucked up.
The stow hole being passed through,they approached
what might be called an after hold, orrun,stowed with
casks. Hero the deep sigh and heavy groan filled
every space, though uomnewhat altered in tone, and
less human and less ghost like On carefully
surveying the scene, a large cask was discovered
with the hung out ; at every roll. of the ship, a rush
of air would pass across this bung hole and cause a
-ost unearthly sound. (And here it may as well be
stated, that if any sceptic desires to satisfy his doubts,
let him take an empty bottle or decanter with the
cork out and blow across its nozzle-let him magnify
this to the size of a large cask, with a large bung
hole, and then he may form some idea of the groan
alluded to.)
The bung was found and replaced, and the groans
and death struggle ceased, and the haunted ship
turned out a good prize. But it was not without its
moral to see the manner, snd witness the remarks
ofrsome of the old salts composing the prize crew,
after the real discovery was made. Not a mother's
san of them was found unable to hitch ap with his
elbows the waistband of his ca,.vass trowsers, and as-
sert that he never believed in ghosts or hopgob.
blinds, not he, and would just as soon grapple with
one as with an Englishman ; and as for that groan-
ing. he always thought it was some bloody nonsense
or other." But the story got to the frigate, and
many a mid-watch was enlivened by the variations
through which it passed, accomppnied by an empty
bottle to illustrate the awful groans on board The
Haunted ,Ship."
them ktlled.-A slip from the Charleston Mercury, dated
April 8th, contains a letter of the 1st from Havana, of
which the following is as extract:

"An insurrection of the negroes employed on the Car.
dense Railroad, took place a f(w days ago. They
marched into three sugar estates, and after setting fire
to the houses, increased their numbers to over 1000;
but they were speedily put down by the whites in the
neighborhood, aided by a company of regular troops.-
The last accounts say, that no more difficulty was ap-
prehended. So active were the whites, that when the
military arrived, they found overforty of the negroes kill-
ed, and the rest surrounded by tim whites, and not dar-
ing to advance.
Our market is dull for all kinds of Air.--i.n | rir.
Flour $14a 141. Freight to Cowes ,,,.-I1. ,ikLt iJ
15sa. a 3 16s., with 10s. advance to the Baltic."
DARINo ROBBERY.-The dwelling house of the Hen.
[ichabod Norton, in this town, and aliout four miles from
the village, was entered last evening about 9 o'clock
by a man dressed in disguise, who demanded all the
money he had in the house, and with axe uplifted'
threatened him with instant death if it was not pro-
duced forthwith. Squire Norton being advanced in life,
was unable to make any resistance, and brought out
about $1000, which the robber took, and departed. A
reward of $250 has been offered by Squire Norton for
the apprehension of the robber, with the money. No
discovery of the robber has thus far been made. A com-
mittee ef vigilance are endeavoring to ferret hims out.

nts. A
; Henry,

this city, and deniand satisfaction and indemnification
for the injury and loss inflicted on his brother citi-
zens. By this means, it is to be hoped British sub-
jects (who have employed American citizens as their
Agents) will obtain their just dues. After the ob-
loquy heaped on Capt. Elliot for his chivalric inter-
ference on behalf of foreigners, it is hardly likely
that Sir Henry Pottiniger will be so unwise as to in-
terfere in the matter. With regard to British claim-
ants he will do (as he always has done) his duty.
These British vessels weie wrerkedion Formosa islands
-one in September, 1841, the other in March, 1842. It
is now ascertained that 237 persons belonging to the
Nerbudda, and 46'belonging to the Ann, were either put
to death by the officers of the Chinese government on
Formosa, or perished thr, ugh ill treatment and starva-
tion. Nearly all of them were natives of India. It ap.
pears that when the Nerbudda got into danger, the na-
tives of India on board of her were abandoned by the
master and jnmtes, and also by an officer and a small
detachment.of British troops, who were praceedir.g in
her to join the Northern expedition. The boats being
thus taken away, the 210 natives who remained behind
wers left at the mercy of the wind and wavcs. They
were however, preserved from immediate death by the
ship's drifting over the reef upon which she struck, into
smooth water. Sir Henry Pottinger ins addressed a
spirited remonstrance on the subject to the Chinese gov-
ernment, demanding that the officers of Formosa who
vt#recconcerned in the tragedy be condignly punished,
and their property confiscated for the benefit of the fa-
milies of their victims. Among them was Mr. Gully, a
British merchant, who was returning to Macao from the
northward as a. passenger in tho Aon.
MAcAo, Dec. 6.-We understand Sir H. Puttinger ar-
rived at Hong Kong on Friday evening; and we have
heard he proceeds northward a ain immediately, in
consequence of the murder of the unfortunate shin-
wrecked crew of the Ann by the authorities of Formosa.
STEAMSHIP MISSOURI.-It is unileratood that tIhe
Secretary of the Navy has been induced to give the
steamship Missouri a further trial as a cruiser. It
was his intention to withdraw her from the service,
in consequence of her great consumption of fuel ; but
it has been represented to him that with alight al-
terations in her machinery, she may be sailed at loss
expense than an ordinary second class frigate. These
alterations are now in progress, and it is to be hoped
that the calculation founded on them will be fully real.
era, Collector of the Customs at Savannah, Georgia,
vice James Hunter.

Cor,'eapandence of the N. Y. American.
CANTON, Dec. 14,1842.
For several days, and even weeks past, an unu-
sual degree of excitement and curiosity has been
evinced by the Chinese around the square, and in
the streets nearour Hongs. We had generally at,
tnibuted it to an eagerness of strangers and vega.
bonds :o catch a glimpse of the foreign ladies who
have lately come to Canton ; and until within a few
days have not been apprehensive of trouble. During
the last week, however, placards have been posted
around the streets near the city, and at Honan, call-
ing upon the people of that Island, to prevent "Fau.
qui (foreign) women" from residing there. Other
signs of discontent had manifested themselves to us
among ihe lower orders for several days previous to
the 7th, when a quarrel between some Lascars and
Chinese hastened ihe plot which was now nearly ri
polled. Our streets had been the scone of much d r
turbance during the day arid night previous5and on
the morning of the 7th, when a general row ensued,
and the mob first gave vent to their fury by tearing
down the wall enclosing the Company's garden.'-
This supplied them with weapons of defence, which
they threw heedlessly around, and against the win-
dows and doors of the Company's Hung. Hundreds
of people of every class were soon assembled, a part
of whom participated in the riot, while the greater
part were inciting their comrades to deeds of daring
and atrocity, by their yells and shouts. Nut many
minutes elapsed before plates, china-ware, couches,
arnd furniture of every description, were carried out
from the New English Hong.'
Thus the mob continued, in full power, until dusk,
when the English flag-staff was fired, and from
thence fire-brands were carried into the Company's,
or English Hong, which was soon wrapt in flames.-
Again and gain did the Mandarins sally forth with
their small ban', of soldiers, waving banners, and
beating gongs, but as often they were stoned and
driven back.
The crackling of the flames, and the mingled
shouts of the mob, continued undiminished, and at
10 P. M. the 'Creek Hong' was fired. 'T'his was
fortunately vacated. From this the fire comunicated
to the Dutch Hong,' occupied by Messrs. A.
Heard & Co., who had in their vaults half a million
of dollars. This they protected until 11 P. M,
when the fire on both sides compelled them to retire.
News of the disturbance was communicated as soon
as possible to the Captains at Whampoa, who
reached Canton with their armed boats in time to
rescue tinearly one half of the money from the daring
plunderers, who were then in aind about the vaults,
Upon the arrival of the Captains, with their crews,
at Canton, the Mandarins came forward and offered
to bring on 500 men, who were in readiness, if they
would assist in quelling the mob, which.they accom.
polished, a id thus relieved the residents, who passed
an anxious night.
From this time no disturbance has arisen, and the
soldiers have pitched their tents near the equaro.-
Some anxiety is felt lest another attack should be
made upon the factories, the Ladrones having obtain
ed more than $350,000, despite the exertions of the
authorities. While the steamers remain, no danger
is apprehended; but under the existing state of the
Chinese Government, Canton is not a secure place
ofresidence, without a fortification or garrison.
What notice will be taken, or measures adopted
by Sir Heniry Potrringer, with regard to this distur-
bance, is niot at presenting known.
The meeting of H. M. Plenipotentiary with
Elepoo, the Imperial Commissioncr, will not proba-
bly take place before China new year.
Yours, resp'y.

The ship Delhi, Ciptain Cole, arrived here last
evening, with dates from Canton to the 17th-a fort-
night later than our previous advices.
A very serious disturbance occurred in Canton on
the afternoon of the 7th, for the particulars of which
we refer to tho letter of our correspondent. Almost
all the British amid American merchants have re-
moved their books, specie, aid other valuables, to
Hong Kong, not deeming Canton a safe place of
residence. The American ships, according to Cap-
tain Cole, will not secure more than half cargoes.
Sir Henry Pottinger arid Vice Admiral Sir Hugh
Gough, arrived at Hong Kong, a short time previous
to the occurrence of the outbreak, and fortunately
the latter was seen in a steamer off the factories at
Canton, the day after the outbreak took place. Con-
siderable consternation ensued among the Chinese,
and the Admiral had an interview with the authori-
ties at Canton, who protested that they were unable
to restrain the excesses of the populace. He had
returned to Hong Kong,to concert with the Pleni-
potentiary, what measures it was necessary to take
in the emergency.
Forty or fifty mat houses wore destroyed by fire
at Hong Kong on the 28th of i'ovetnber. For fur-
ther details of tho news we refer our readers to an
interesting letter (on our outer page) which we lake
from the Journal of Commerce, and to thu annexed
extracts from the papers.
HONtG KONo, Dec. 15.-No doubt whatever can
exist, that full compensation will be made by the
Chinese authorities to such British subjects as may
have been losers by the late outbreak of the populace
at Canton. No just cause of suspicion as the instiga-
tors, is attachable to the local authorities. The
exertions they made to suppress the riot, the retnibu.
tion they exacted from the offenders, and the apolo-
gies they have tendered to the Plenipotentiary, con.
vinciveiy prove their anxious desire to protect the
lives and properties of the European residents.
[From a Correspondent 2
It is said the Chow Chow Chop, was refused to the
Lascars, who had not paid for the goods they wanted
to ship, and their departure being opposed by the
Chinese Customs officer, a katie was drawn by one of
the Lascars, and the officer was wounded slightly on
the shoulder. This exasperated his countrymen, who
joined in the affray and drove off the Lascars. This
occurrence took place about 2 o'clock on Wednesday
afternoon; at three, the Chinese were the victors, but
being reinforced by coitsiderab'o numbers, they then
attacked the Creek Hong, in which the Lascars had
sought refuge, and about five o'clock set fire to the
Company's factory. The military and municipal au-
thorities were soon on the spot, but were driven off
by the populace.
I cannot now tell you the amount of property de-
stroyed. I believe the consignees of the Fort Wil-
liam will be the heaviest losers. It is but justice to
their Agents here, to say, that they gallantly defend-
ed their Hong (the Dutch) having a good supply of
Fire Arms and having well barricaded their doors
and windows, they for a long time kept the mob at
bay. Of course the American Commodore will visit

6s -
40 -
10 -
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8 -
67 -
100 -
50 -
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50 -
25 -
18 -

at the Stock Exchange--April 12.
N York 7's, 1849. ---------......... 1041
NYork6's, 1867 ............1021
N York 5s'a,1860............ 95
N York 5's 1858-----------............ 91j
do do ......--...... 92
Kentucky Bonds----......-------. 85;
Ohio Sixes, 1860. .....-..- 67;
do do -....-...-. 67 -a60
do do ............ 671
do do----....------- 67
Greenwich Bank ......-.... 45
National Bank ------------ 90
Ohio Life & Trust ........ 53
do do .---....-------- 531
Canton Co------ ........--------- 194
do do .....--...-.... 19
Harlem Railroad---......-------- 174
do do ...--...-...... 17-s60
do do-----------....- 171
Mohawk R....--------------- 281--30
do do----..-------.... 284-sO
N. Jersey Railroad-...---....... 67

Rates of Exchange :-
Boston par a 1.S prem
Philadelphia 1.8
Baltimore 1-4
Virginia lal 1-4
N Carolina 1 l-4al .-4
Charleston 1-
Savannah 1-4a3.5
Augusta I.4a3-.4
Cincinnati. I1 -2a2
Macon lal 1.2

Apalachlcola 1 l-2a0
Mobile 18
Montgomery 18
rumcaloosa 18
New Orleans lal 1-2
Nashville 2 1-2
Louisvills 11.2
it Louis la2
Columbus I1
U.S. Bank Notes f4.

Foreign Exchanges-
Bills on London,... ..a...................0lalO6
Do on France,..........................5.411
Do on Amsterdam,..................... al8t
Do on Hamburg.......................... 841a34t
Do on Bremen ............................ 75
American Gold,is at.................... par a j prom
Sovereigns, ...........................$4,83a$4,85
Napoleons,.............I............... $3,84a$3,8
Spanish Doubloons,..................$16,26a$16,30
Patriot Doubloons,...................$15,55a$16,70
Spansh Dollars,.....................-3 a6 per ct. prom
exican Dollars,.......................sja prem.
Five Franc Pieces,.................-. 93 cents.
Uncurrent Money-
Eastern, bankable in Beoston.................. a
Albany, Troy & Schenectady....................
Jersey........................... ...............
Safety fund and red back......................
Ohio and Indiana............................ 4
Michigan & Wisconsin.... .......... .......6
North Carolina.................................2
South Carolinat.................................If
Broken Bank Money-
Commercial Buffalo................. ......30
Housatonic Ralroad-..2........................25
Commercial, OsWego.. -.......................-50
Clinton County................................50
Bank of Lyons...............................45
Phoenix B'k Charlestown................... .40
Watervliet.................................... 40
Bank of Bennington..........................87
I Ilino]s,Banks..,..... ................B5i
New Hope & Del. Bridge-...................
A moderate business was done today at the toard, princi.
pally in State stocks. New York'7's improved 1-2, 8's 1,
S's I ; Ohio declined 1-2 from the opening prices ; Harlem
improved I.
By Halliday & Jenkns.I
201 sharc Guardaui Fire Ins. Ce........... 93
40 do do do.......... 931
1 do dn o......... 31
20 do do do.......... 94
40 North Americin Fre............ 76
26 do do ................ 77
26 do do-............... 77f

FPOx TEXAs.-By the way of New Orleans we
have later dates from Te'xas. The most important
information is the arrival at Galveston of Judilge
Robinson, one of the prisoners captured under Gen.
Wull at San Antonio, with overtures of peace from
Mexico to Texas. The conditions proposed by San-
ta Anna, are as follows:
let. It is proposed that Texas should acknowledge
the sovereignty of Mexico.
2d. A general act of amnesty to be passed for past
acts in Texas.
3d. Texas to form an independent department of
4th. Texas to be represented in the general Con.
5th. Texas to inatituve, or originate all local laws
rules and regulations.
6th. No Mexican troops under any pretext what-
ever to be stationed in Texas.
has asked the release of Messrs. Jones of Gonzales
and Maverack on the ground that they are both his
personal friends, and that the latter is a relative,
and has been promised that they shall accompany
him on his visit to the U. S. in April. There is a
prospect that Judge Hutchinson will be also release
ed. In relation to the other San Antonio prisoners
there is no certainty, but it is believed that the cir
cumnstanices under which they were taken will be
justly considered by Santa Anna, on his resumption
of the reins of Government.-[Galveston Gaz J

RIVER OPEN.-The steamboat Swallow will leave
this afternoon at 5 o'clock, for Albany and intermediate
places. The Utica came from Castleton, and the Robert
L. Stevens was seen within two miles oe Albany, the
river is therefore open beyond a doubt.
QuIcK PAssaoE.-The American schr Mazeppa,
made the:passage from Hongkong to Chusan. leaving
29th October and arriving 18th November. The Ameri-
can schr Zephyr left Macao 8th October, and arrived
at Singapore 18th October. Both these passages are re.
markably quick and do great credit to American clip.
pers. _______
*tRIMs.-Harper f Brothers have published, under
this title, a neat volume of nouvellettes from the pen of
Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, a daughter ef Rev. Dr.
Beecher. These present the different phases of Yan-
kee life and character in a very graphic manner ; and
are remarkable for their sprightly style, and for tie vein
of quiet humor, which pervades them.
SHAKSPEARR.-The [Harper* publish today, the se-
cond number of their cheap and popular issue of Shaks-
peare, comprising five plays complete, and parts of two
others, illustrated with three engravings, allfor twenty-
five cents. This edition, which will be comprised in
eight numbers, to be issued weekly, is the only perfect
one published in the country.
We invite attention to the Chancery Sale of No. 29
Cotrtlandt street,by HALLIDAY :& JENKINS, to-
morrow, at the Exchange, under the direction of J.
Newland Cushman, master in chancery. Also, to the
Assignee's Sale of No. 3 Market street, near East
Broadway; and the two on Bank the and Bethune streets,
near Greenwich.

COMMANDER MACKENZIE -A subscription list has
been opened atthe Exchange, for the purpose of
raising funds to present a sword to this gallant offi.
cer. [n order that it may he a general matter the
subscription price is limited to $1 each.-[Philadel.
phia Gazette ]
FROH FLORIDA.-We have news trom St. Augustine
to the 3d instant. Col. Worth arrived there from Pilat-
ka on the lst.
It is stated that the 14th instant is the day fixed upon
when the post at Pilatka is to be finally abandoned, and
that henceforth the headquarters of the command in Flo-
rida will be at St. Augustine.
Companies A and H of the 8th Infantry arrived at St.
Augustine on the 29th ultimo, and took up quarters at St.
Francis's Barracks. The officers accompanying this
battallion are Lieut. Col. Clark, Captain Gwynn, Lieuts.
Lee, Lincoln. Hanson and Jordan.
The Comnany of the 3d Artillery, lately stationed at
Fort Marion, left St. Augustine on the 3d in a schooner
bound to Charleston, in order to take post at Fort
Moultrie. its place, as well as that of the company re-
cently ordered to the Augusta Arsenal, is to be supplied
by a deaild from the 8tli Infantry.
Lieut. Col. Belknap, of thie army, arrived at Savan-
nah on Wednesday last.:

In the packet ship Calhoun, from Charleston-Mr D
P Russell and lady, Mrs A Liddle, Mrs M F Trust and
child, Messrs M Cormick, F Bennett, W M Fleming,
G Scammons, A R Smith, and 19 in the steerage.
In the brig bea Flower, from Trinidad-Messrs
.JQuick and June, T B Nathans, C Kemball, J Mc-
Twiggins, J Berry, H Shipman.

This morning, at 2 AlM. after'sa severe and protracted
illness, of 7 months, Captain James Watkinson, aged 70
years. The friends and acquaintances, and those of his
son-in-law, John Warree, are respectfully invited to attend
his funeral, which will take place on Thursday, the 13th
instant, at 4 P. M. from No 530 Houston street, without fur.
other invitation.
On Sunday afternoon, 9th instant, at her late residence,
44 White street, after a short illness, in the 67th year of her
age, Sarah. wife of Abraham Richards, ef this city. The
funeral will take palace from the Rev. Dr. Mass n's Church,
in Bleecker street, near Broadway. this afternoon. Servi-
ces to commence at precisely half past 4 o'clock. Her
friends and thea friends ofthe family are respectfully invited
to attend without further notice.
Last evening, alter a lingering and painful illness Geo. C.
son of Cyprian and Charlotte Siuthark, aged 5 years and 8
months. The friends of the family are invited to attend the
funeral tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon at 6 o'clock from
424 Hudson street.
On Tuesday evening, the llth instant, after a lingering
illness, Mr. James McFarlane, a native of Greenock, Scot-
This morning, 1lth instant, Andrew, son of Andrew and
C larissa B. Anderson, in the 6th year of his age.
On Tuesday morning, llth instant, Caroline A., wife of
John Nesbit, aged 29 years.
On Tuesday, April 1Ith, Rachel, wife of James 8. Burn-
On Tuesday, hI th instant, of croup, William J,, infant son
of Thomas J. Wool cock.
In Patterson, Putnam county, New York. on Monday
morning, April 10th, Mrs. Elizabeth Cowl, wife of Benjamin
Cowl, in the 82d year other age.
In Edgartown, Mr. Joseph Huxford, aged 94, a revolu-
tionary soldier.
On Thursday, 23d March, in Havana, Island of Cuba, of
consumption, Mr. Samuel Davenport, of Beston. The
deceased was for a long time a resident of Charleston.
On the 6th February last, at the residence of her mother,
in Dundee, Rose Mary, the wife of William Martin, Esq.,
f this city.


Cu Glass-Consisting lof wine and chamipaigne glasses,
decanters, tumblers, fruit dishes, &c.
Also, a fine assortment of Sheffield plated ware and silver.
Catalogues the day before the sale at the sales room, 11
Broad street.
api2 Iltis (219) WIILKINS & ROLLINS,
13-The Packet Ship SHEFFIELD for Liverpool, will
sail from foot of Maiden lane tomorrow morning, at 12 o'-
clock precisely. Passengers will please be on board at that
hour. Letter bag closes at Gilpin s Reading Room, at 1.2
past 11.1. apl2
B: Packet ship CAMBRIDGE, from Liverpool-Con
sienses by this sh p are hereby notified that she is now dis.
c tar,.r.g ..n.trr seieral order. All goods not permitted
r. 1 L- t, rni i.-rit, I, to the public store. .apll
V7" The Consignee of six square whales cotton, marked
B & J,per brig ANN ELIZA, from Mobile, will please
call on E. & D. HURLBUT fk CO. 84 South St. ap7
L3* Packet ship SIDDONS, from Liverpool is dism.
charging under General Order, at Orleans wharf, foot of
Consignees will please attend to the receipt of their
goods. aplO
g3 s Pscto sni., %E't lmINbrEk, ir.-in L..nJor.-
Cui,. in ts by this urilp will particularly obligs itrieowr r
' bitsniflgt in-ir pernils Immeidaitly, 01 s-a;n.l them onr,
bhard tie ship, Iloot Lof Pne at. or i the ,'tflee Ol
All ,ood nOet permuted after ine er pa-tiiin of live days,
mosl re sert int to he public sLirer. apli
A Lit.-.IRAULL. Ki.tD-1 LbtM IL Lk.I.-
ThnI three story stir house No. 712 Broadlway,
,,Eil.;O'tI Wnsshmgtni Place I h' ,, fit r.i.
r,-i ctc,-ndflu.i cuminenu rlip tieh I d ,r oS a hiia
a large ol o sL', lv i rom., hrrt di rp I'.,L
ALSI. rij LE'T OR Frt SALE-Tt.e threesto-
ry attic house the corner Fourteenth street and Union
Square, wiil h. t1,4 dEhti.d parlors,eight chambers with
grates and ,inail-le iriantell, and four good attics. Lot
117 feet dip. giaren. &as. &c. Apply on the premi-
ses, of
ap13 3t* W. BUTRGOYNE.

Mr JOHN BLU N r iito partnerbship, tIhe business
will heisaltr be conducted under the nameofHerrick
& BIuni, lo hav e r.ow on hand at the old stand, 203
Pearl street, a large and well assorted stock of Staple
and Fancy Statr-nerv of English, French and Domestic
manufacture, which they affrer fur sale on libeial leims

quality En

GALLEGO VLOUR-12t0 bbts fresh for sale by
mW0 GRISNELL,MINTUBN &UO.moutht. apl2 i

Wi h:L L' A L)-bOkips ,'eiy supciidr
iglish Whitle Lead. for sale by
87 South St.

SJACOB SHIPMAN has absconded with fifteen
thousand dollars belonging to the Union Bank of the City
of New York ; and said Bank hereby offers reward oftwo
thousand dollars for the recovery of the sum, or a ratable
amount for such part thereof as may be returned to the
Bank. Shipman is about 35 yearslid, 6 f-etl1 height,
broad shoulders, square. stout Lu.lit, lfi sandy complex.
ion, heavy sandy beard, small sandy whiskers and hair,
light grey eyes, Roman nose, large mouth, short upper lip,
anid has a remarkable dimple or hOle in his chin. He was
last seen in Philadelphia, and is supposed to have taken the
western route to Texas. 'Shipman is well known as the con.
fidential travelling agent of Banks and Brokers between
New York and Philadelphia.
Editors ofjoarnals throughout the Union will promote the
causeofjustite by Copyinrg ths. apIO Iw
RUSSELL at the Broadway Tabernacle, Friday evening,
April 14.
These distinguished gentlemen will lend their aid to the
American Temperance Union in a Grand Temperance Soi.
Professor Greenbank will pronounce an Oration which,
for its graphic temperance sketches and profound reason.
ing, has been much applauded in large temperance meetings
in England, and will recite, with his own peculiar Power,
the Rum Maniac.
Mr. Russell will sing in his unrivalled strains, the Dream
of the Reveller, sung by him before 3000 persons at Exeter
Hall London;-the genius of Temperance, anew son. com-
posed by John Henry Sharpe, of New York, and dedicated
to the American Temperance Union; the Pilgrim's address
to the Deity, the Gambler's Wife; theManiac; the Drunk-
ard, #e. tc.
It is believed that no Temperance treat of this character,
so inviting. -has been offered to the citizens of New York,
and it is hoped that they will improve the occasion both for
their own enjoyment and the benefit of the National Tem-
perance Society.
Tickets at 50 cents each, ta be had of each of the Com-
mittee, at Saxton & Mile,s, 206 Broadway,at tbe office of the
American Temperance Union, Clinton Hall, atH. Raynor's
76 Bowery, and at the door. EAVITT,
apl2 3tis* Committee.
SURANCE-The subscribers to the Course, after the de-
livery of the first Lecture, held a meeting, at which Chan-
cellor Kent presided, to consider of the terms and time ol
delivering the future Lectures: and on motion of President
Moore, a committee was appointed to confer with Mr. Duer
in regard thereto, with power to make such arrangements
as should be deemed best. The Committee met on the 7th
inst., at the office of the Atlantic Mutual Insurance Cem-
Present-Walter R. Jones, Chairman; J. W. Alsop,Ja-
cobHlarvey, Stewart Brown, Alfred Pell, Ogden Hoffman,
Geo. F. Allen, and Geo. B. Butler.
The Committee, upon conferring with Mr. Duer, and
considering the lateness of the season, recommend the
delivery of six of the twelve lectures the present season,
and that the price for the six lectures thia season
be $3,00. Students at Law, and Members of the
Mercantile Library to be charged only $2, the six lectures. Lecture will be delivered on Wednesday eve-
ning, the 12thinst, at 8 o'clock ill the Lecture Room of the
Mercantile Library Association, Clinton Hall.
Tickets maybe obtained from any olfthe Committee.
WALTER R. JONES, Chairman.
George B. Butler, Secretary:
N. B.-The difference between the present prices,|and
that paid lbr original tickets, will be returned to original
subscribers, or additional tickets issued, on application to
Mr. Robinson, Esq., No. 44 Wall street, or to the Secretary
ol the Mercantile Library Association. ap8 4t

..-MR. LORD'S Fifth Lecture on the Middle Ages will
be on Wednesday Evening, at 8 o'clock.
Subject-The Physical Causes of Modern Civilization-
the Crusades-the Spirit of Commercial Enterprise-and
the Rise of Free Cities.
The last lecture next Monday evening. Single evenings,
25 cents. apll*
cial meeting of the New York Historical Society, will be
held at its rooms in the University, en Saturday evening
next, lith inst., at hall past o'clock.
At this meeting, some remarks are expected from Hon.
A. Gallatin, (the President.) on the subject of the late
treaty with Great Britain, in connexion with a map found
amongst the papers of the late Mr. Jay.
Per order, JOHN JAY, Recording Secretary.
New York, April 12th, 1943. apl2 It

L",Mr. CHARRUAUD'S, last Soiree Ballis unavoida
bly postponed from this, Thursday 13th inst, to Thursday
evening next, 20th inst. ap 11 3t
3 BOARD, with pleasant rooms, can be obtained at
No. 8630 Broadway, near Bleecker. References reqmuired.
aptO lw
3'CHOICE OLD WINE-The private stock ofagen-
411nii hi.-. 1..-: to remove from his present residence on
i.. iSL -t AI M l tis offered for sale in lots to suit purcha-
sers, and o ilavorable terms. These Wines are of the
choicest quality, the greater part bottled in 1818, and pure
as imported, they are well worthy the attention of those
wishing a supply of fine Wines. For sale by
ROBERT GRACIE, 16 Broad street,
next door to the public store.
Orders from other places for Wines in wood or glass,will
receive attention and forwarded as directed, apl2
E. H. LUDLOW, Auctioneer.
H. LUDLOW & CO. will sell at auction on Thursday,
April 13th, at 10 o'clock, at No. 10 Beach street, between
Varick street and West Broadway, near St. John's Park,
the furniture contained in said house, consisting of Brus
eels, ingrain, parlor, bedroom, and stair carpets; oil cloths,
hall lamps, pier glasses, pier and centre white marble top
tables, piano forte, (made by Geib & alker, N. Y.) blue
damask medallion seat, satin, wood arm and small chairs,
eof each; mahogany sofas, chairs, book case, dining and
tea tables, wardrobes, bedsteads, bureaus and washstands,
satin wood inlaid bedstead and table de nuit, imported
French beds, hair mattresses,bedding, sheeting, &c.; bronze
and gilt candelabras, mantel clock, white marble; crimson,
moreen window curtains, china,glass and plated ware, entry
stove, cutlery, Sc; inlaid rosewood liquor case; a general
assortment of kitchen utensils and furniture, with which
the sale will commence. (No 62) ap68&12
LIAM DUMONT will sell on Thursday, April 13th, at to10
o'clock, at 465 Houston st. corner of Green, a handsome
assortment of Furniture, consisting of Kidderminster, in.
grain and Venitian carpets, straw matting, sofas, chairs,
dining, work and centre tables, sideboards, 2 pair giran.
doles, cut glass,china dinner and tea service,window divans,
blue and white damask curtains. English oil cloth,
bureaus, bedsteads, beds and mattresses, double and single
washstands, refrigerator, kitchen furniture, stove, desk,
kce. &c. St. apll tis
EDGAR JENKINS, Auctioneer.
ALLIDAY & JENKINS will sell at auction, on
Thursday, April 13th, at 12 o'clock, at the Mer-
chants' Exchange, under the direction of J. Newland
Cushman, Esq., Master in Chancery-The four story
Brick House and Lot No. 28 Cortlandt street, situate
on the northerly side, a short distance west of Broad-
way, containing in width, in front 25 test, in width in
the rear 36 feet, in depth en the easterly aild westerly
sides each one hundred and twenty-two feet 8 inches.
The property is eligibly situated, and presents an op-
portunity Iot a good investment. (A 45) aspl 2t
ST'I. B. BLEKUKER. Auctioneer.
LEGANT FURNITURE at No. 130 Chambers at.
-JAS. BLEECKER'S SON will sell tomorrow, 13th
instant, at 10 o'clock, at No. 130 Chambers street, a
very elegant assortment of Household Furniture;
amongst which are costly satin damask curtains, pier
glasses, &c. &c.
Sale to commence lt 10 precisely, apl2 It*
-Thursday, tomorrow, 13th inst., at 10 o'clock, all
the furniture contained in the house No 24 Seventh at.,
near the Bowery, consisting of elegant Brussels,3 ply
and ingrain carpets and rugs, elegant sofes, cost $70,
Egyptian marble top centre tahbe, Freneh chairs, otto-
mans and divans, glasses, elegant French bedsteads,
mattresses, beds, marble top dressing bureaus and wash-
stands, wardrobes, solar astral lamu s. giransloles, clocks,
dining and tea tables, card tables, chiis. &c. Al: the
furniture wts made to order enJ hais tEeti is use i-ut d
few months. P. IN;RAHAM,
apl2 Auctioneer.
D GEt. B. ROLLINS, Auctioneer.
Thursday, April 13th, at 10 o'clock, at Julhen'sConlection-
ary Store, No 573 Broadway, opposite Niblo's.
A choice assortment O1 confectionary. preserves, cordials,
store fixtures, &c., consisting in part of fine mahogany
counters, desk, tables with marble tops, divans, stools and
chairs with hair cloth seats, white fig'd muslin curtains
with gilt rods and rings, French clock, show cases, oil
Cloth. &c.

7th-Ar U S R cutter Jackson, Farits, on a visit to
the light house in this district, with Collector of Cus-
toms of this port._
SHIP MOsSLam.-Tie ship IMoslem, Capt French, ar-
rived at Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, front this
port, after a passage of 57 days-the shortest by six
days ever known; she averaged 150 miles per day. The
dates from England by her were later than th.-so e rce
ed direct. She was to sail about 10th January fur Call
The jIhip Susquehannah, Miercken, from Philadel-
phia, has arrived at Mobile. A ship was reported seen
ashore on Sombrero Key, about llth March, and sup-
posed at the time to be the S. It was ascertained soon
after that thre S did not leave Philadelphia until the 9th
-consequently it could not have been her.
A letter from ship London Packet, Sampson, NBed.
ford, reports her at Bay of Islands Nov 25, with 1430
bbs sp oil, 24 mnos out.
A letter from ship London Packet, of Faiihaven, re-
ports spoke Sept 17, Ion 1 76 East, lat 4 South, ship
Win & Hean o I airhoven, 250 bbla, about same time
ships Levi Starbuck. Nant, 400; L)dia. d,. r00
A letter from bark Lsgrarg o nfFairhaven. repnrts
having spoken July 1st off Pliasani Island, ship Sha.
r,,i, nf Fairi-Rb ,. 350 i.
A Iulin ri,..m alip Harria.)n of ti. porl. reponru Srpt
13, on Off Shore *round, ship Adeline Gibls, Bais lie.,
Fairhaven, 450 bblis sp oil, all well.
Arr at Edgartown, 10th, ship Gee. & Mary, Coffin, fm
Pacific, with 1850 bris sp oil, rt wh.
A letter from ship London Packet, states that barque
Benezet, P3rkt,,r o F'rhaen, sirto, k on a teef near the
Fejee ailsrIs ,ii Aug. last, i.- it 0 tO pieces. All
hands saved A quantity of iher oil was picked up by
the London Packet. There is insurance on vessel and
cargo at the Whaling iasurance 4 Iffice in New Bedfidl,
$2700; Pacific Ins. Office, $9000; and also some insur-
ance in Fairhaven. transferred to the Sun Office New
Baique Boston, condemned at Bay of Islands is ii-
sured a. follows: Bedlord Com'l office, New Bedford,
$5,000; Mechanics, do, 810,000, Siun office, New York.
(transferred frorn the Merchants' offi.-:eta New Bedford)
At Guayama, 23d -ult. brig Pandora, from New York
wag frt.
At do. 25th nult, brig R.owland, for New York, 7.
At Mayaguez, 29th it, brig Llewellyn, for NYotk,

CANTON-Ship Uelbi-4520i bags sugar, 1500 bales
Merills a hemp. 450 picul sapsn woud., 302 chests Young
hyson, 2150 halfdo 300 6bL. b.iesd oi I td hestsi thson,
3U half do 3U7 6'b bor- and. 30] 130 b .0 35. ithsls t.y-
son skin, 771 do souchong, 235 hI do 50 chests, 240 hf
do I ouchong, 300 13ib boxes, 600 6ib boxes imperial,
10 half csests 72 cannister boxes do 104 half chests
gunpowder, 100 canister boxes do 500 G61b boxes 500
14b do 8090 mats ,assia W A & Co; 33 chests 118 hf
do young hyson., 213 half do, 30 half chests powchong
and son,.hong, 31 b xes powchong, 25 hf do 5 cheats
hyson, 97 chests souchong, 584 half chests young hy-
son, 188 cheats do 102 do do, 150 hf do, 160 do hyson
skin. 62 cs silks ; bO do rhubarb, 2 boxes China ware,
9 rolls matting, 4 boxes tea, 5 mats mdse, 5 boxes lac-
ueredI ware 1500 Malacca sticks, 2 bgs coffee CTown-
send, 310 f chests young hyson, 44 do imperial, 19 half
gunpowder, 38 hf du stouchong. I hex musb ; 30 es rhu-
barb, 28 pkga mdse A A Low, 49 hf do souchong, 1 box
musk, 62 do young hyson, 1 clihat hf do powchbong Grin
nell, Mintuirn & co, 1 bx China ware Davis & Brooks,
4 do M Hooper, 9 hxs s uchong, 30 (io young hyson, 21
do souchong, 1 box China ware S Quar!y; 106 hf cheats
young hyson, 17 half do Crocker, Sale & Warren, 25
cases mdse, 10 half chests powchong 10 double chests
powchong, 10 double chests hyson it B Forbes; 25 cs
mdze, 10 half cheats powchong. 10 double chests hyson
R B Forbes, 400 13 Ib boxes gunpowder and imperial,
145 131b boxes young h) son, 54 cases cannisters im-
perial and gunpowder 8 cases silks Greenway, Henry
& Co.
BUENOS AYRES-Brig America-15 M ox horns
Sampson & T'appas, of Boton; 4 ales call skins .J
Rodman, 1200 W D Forest & co. 263 bis wool, 10 do
nataia skins, 1993 ox and costhides order.
MAYAGUEZ, P R-Schr Joseph-100o hhds sugar,
12 bags coffee Alsop & Chauncey; 190 do 2 hhds 1 bbl
molasses Cspt Pike..
NEW ORLEANS-Brig New Castle-167 hhds
sugar to Spofford, Tileston & co ; 163 E Fiedler, 20
bblo beans, 40 do flaxseed Newbold & Crult, 42 bags
tags E Ely
CHARLESTON-Ship Calhoun-21 tcs rice J Rich;
22 do Victor & Duchwitz; 58 bales cotton Smith, Mills
& co, 5 packages Sprague, Robinson & co, I box H
Wheeler, 1 tadl J G Gregory, 248 tce rice H S Lever-
ich; 906 hides, 445 pieces leather J Avezza, 138 bdls
hair Burrit & Eaton: I tee J S & W Post, 116do Gray
& Crosby.
ATTAKAPAS-Brig Abby Amelia-72 hhds molas-
ses J Peck. 25 do sugar C P Leverich, 45 do do R S
Maitland, 50 do 25 ilo molasses, 85 brls do D 8 Sayres.

High Water, this morning, 6h. 43m.
This.3h.rniig--iipa Stitfieyd, Alien, for Liverpool,
Robert Kermit; Camilla. Watlington, Rotterdam, Victor
& Duckiiiiz.ltr.p. Freeman, Kilman, Havana, K. P.
B-, t, .sm,,ri N. bott, Given, Bath. J. Elwell & CL..
Belle, Myers, Wilmington, E. S. Powell; Georgian, Ba-
ker, Boston, Foster & Nickerson; Electo, k'ackard,
Wilmingtoni, N.C, Nesmith, Leeds & Co.; schooners
Homer, Reut, Boston, E. & J. Herrick; Rio, Grifling,
Newbern, Medad Platt.
Last EL'.,,ii.--Si,1. Franklin, Kennedy, for New Or-
leans, (u. dI.,.. & G.'., brigs James Hay, (Br.) Wise-
man, Sierra Leone, P. 1. Nevius & Sons; Cornicus,
Coupland, West Indies, Chastelain & Ponsert; United
States, Keazer, Bermuda, Nesmiith, Leeds & Co.; Ohio,
Davis. New Orleans: Oneco, Blutler, New Orleans, John
Elwell & Co.; schr. Ganges, Nye, St. Croix, Win. W.
Brig Sea Flower, Northorp, from Trinidad, Cuba.
with 15,000 galls molasses, 175 boxes sugar Chestelaer
& Ponvert; 1 royal Bengal tiger, Poonah bear, 1 black
tiger, African Leopard, African Gazelle, 1 Lioness, a
Rocky Mountain Bear, 4 considerable sized serpents,
to June, Titus, & Angeoine left 19th March to Gilchrist
& co. Sailed in co with brig Martha, of White Haves,
for Bierien; ship Yo:k. of Kennebunk; bark Windsor,
of Boston; brig Henry, of Yarmouth, all loading for
Cowes; bark Caselda, of Wiscassett, Hell, for Dantez;
brigs Franklin, from Boston, nse; Cordelia, do do; Laoi,
rel. from IPorto Rico, une; sch Mary & Susan, of Bel-
fast, fhor St Martins, disc. .9.h, outside the haibor,
spoke brig Ellen Maria, of N Yaimouti, fm St Tho-
mas, bound in. 20th, spoke Br ship Steadlst, 43 days
London for Cienfuegos. 27th, off Tertoga, spoke schr
Sarah Parker, or Fall River, fin Savannah. 30th, off
Cape Florida, was passed .y ship Adrian, of Boston.
The S. F. experien, ed gales of wind from 31st March
to 10th April. She has been absent about 6 mouths,
and sailed 6000 miles and visited 15 harbors.
Sob John Fairfield, Leland, 19dys fin Mayaguez. PR,
with molasses toNesmithb & Leeds; 180 hhlds do Mason
& Thomidson-vessels left before reported.
Sch Iodine, Blue, 2 dys fm Philadelphia, mdze to
Sch Industry, Richmond, 48hs fm New Bedford with
rch Eliziqeth, Newell, 4 dye fm Dover, Del, with
corn to the master.
Sch Elias Bi Caldwell, Lake 3 ds fin Philadelphia,
with coal ts the master.
Schi Elizabeth, Griffin, 4 ds hi Richmond, with coal
to the mtoaster.
Sch Daniel, Goodwin, 4 dIs fm Dover, Del, with corn
to the master.
Sch Rector, Hallet, 3 ds fm Boston mdze to E & J
BELOW-Packet ship Switzerland fm London,
Chadwick, via Newport, to Grinnell & Minturn; brig
Wi:lism, also 1 brig, I ship unknown-
SAiLED-Ship Franklin, NewlOrleans; brigs James
Hay, Sierre Leone; Hider Alli, St Cruse.
Ship DeLhi, Cole, from Canton, Dec. 20,h, with teas,
silks, &c. to Cary & Co. Left at Whampoa, ships
Annti McKim,Vasmer, uncer ; Splendid, Lands, in 10
days; Puobus, Sumner, in 3 days; Mary Ellen, Henry,
Jan 10th; Akbar, Dumaresq, in 10 days; One da, Swift,
uncer; Caroline, Fabeus, leb. let; Levant, Faulk, for
Manilla, 10 days; Grafton, Gardner, uncer; Oscar, 7 de;
Niantic, Hepburn, iust arr; Calumiet, Leach, uncertain;
Lema, Poor, for Bombay; barque Vaiparaiso. Lockwood,
for NYork, 3 days. At Macoa. 20th Dec., ahipa Panthea,
Martin, une; Bazaar, Kilham, just arr. At Hong Kong,
ships Lowell, Peirce, from the East Coas'; Jessors, just
arr from Manilla. Left at St. Helena, Feb.27th; bark
Jane, Manchester, 1000 blis elephant oil, for Sumerset,
next day. Bark United States, Barnham, for Stoning-
ton, 2200 brls, sailed the day before. March 25th, 'at
25, long 50, spoke ship Fortitude, of Portsmouth, stand
ing West.
ABrig America, Tredwell, (of Salem,) 65 days from
Buenos Ayres, with wool, skins, &c. W. W. Deforest.
Left ship laette, of Salem, for Boston, in 10ldays; ibaks
Three Brothers, for do do; La Plat.a, from Philad. just
arr; brigs Vintage, of Salem, loading; Commissary, of
Boston, for N York in 10 days; Arcturus, unc; Orleans,
Idg for Baltimore; Cadct, from Boston, dischg ; Henry,
Otis, far Boston. A ship, reported the Talbot, from
Philad, art at Montevideo about e1st Feb. Spoke, Feb.
7, lat34, 58, long 48, 13, bark Junius, Church, 61 days
from NBedtord, nooil, all well, bound round the Horn.
Brig New Castle, Adams, (of Bangor, Me.) from New
Orleans, left th.e Bar 20th March, with sugar, &c. to
the Captain. Spoke noting.
Schr Joseph, Pike. 14 days fm Mayaguez, P.R., with
sugar, &c. to Alsop & tShauncey.
Schr John Fairfield, Leland, 16 days from Mayaguez,
P.R, with sugar, &c. to Nesmith, Leeds & Co.
Schr Win. Hart, Gandy, 4 days from Georgetown, S.
C, with timber, to E. S. Powell.
Schr ZHphia Ann, Sahsiston, 4 days from Beaufort, N
C, with naval stores, to Depeyster & Whitmarsh.
Schr Litchfield, Jinsen, 4 days fm Wilmington, N.C,
with shingles, to Williams & Northam.
Schr Edgar Laing, Turner, 4 days from Washington,
N.C, with naval stores, to H Ruggles
Schr Leontine, Knapp, 3 isa)3 hi.m Riclihimond, with
flour and tobacco, to Allen & Paxson. On Sunday last,
passed going into Hampton Roads, achr Tuscarora, hence
Schr Express, Smith, 2 days from Brandywine, with
corn meal, to Allen & Paxson.
Schr Saml B. Painter, Brittingham, 2 days fm Dover,
D0l. with corn and shingles.
Schr Geneva, Carver, 10 days fm Prospect, Me, with
spars, to R. P. Buck.
Schooner Jasper, Nickersoi, 13 days from Boaton, via
Chatham, where she has been ashore, with mdze, to K.
J. Herrick.
[From our Correspondent.]
EDGARTOWN, April 6-Ar ship Baltti, Gardner,
90 ds fm Mt Carlos (coast oh Chili) with 1450 bbls sp
250 wh, for Nantucket; reports ship Helvetia of NLon-
don, 100 p 300 wh; Nancy, of Newburyport. 600 sp 900
wh, barque Wade, Fairhaven, 10J0 sp; Navigator, Fish-
er, Nasa, 500; Mt Hollaston, Salem, 190!) whi 400 sp.-
Spoke bark Alto, Fairhaven, to cruise off Rio de La
Plale; Richard Mitchell, Nant, 1200; Columbus, Nan
tucket, 1200 ; bdrque Franklin, 900; Corn Morris, on
the coast, 400 sp; spoke barque Blackatone, bonl home.
lat 20 Ion 32 with 400 sp i500 wh; b,,rque Levant of
Wareham off Staten Island, clean; Courier, merchant,
96 ds fm NlBedford, clean; spoke Eagle, Perry, N B,
lust out of Mt Carlos, 2000 bbLa.

Linseed-3 M bushels.
Iron-100 tons Russia New Sable.
Cordage--200 coils Russia, superior quality.
Duck-Heavy 30 inch Bail Cloth ; :ight and heavsy
Felt-100 bales Russia for shesathing.
Coal-250 chaldrons Lvrrpo il.
A I-.. 550 raes Rubir.eic SerS.g Silks. apl2
I M-,ii,,eer andt Cusioms of the Ancient Egyptirnrs,
in,-.i adir trir Pniv.ite Life. ( G-verlnmerni, Laws, Arls,
Minulsrit'uFis, Religion srid Early History, derited
ft-r -, rcomiarioi. sl lihe Phintings, culplures, anr,
Monuments still existing, with the accounts of Ancient
Authors. Illustrated by engratings rf thuose eut jects,
by Sir James G. Wilkinson. 2nd edition. 3 vols e o0.
reocirnd Serns-Including their Religion and Agi-
criuliure, 2v.1l 8O, sHrd I vel, plates.
An A1 ti1,It of Ibe Manners ad CusIomrs of the
Mloidernr E} pii sns, written in Eg)pt. by Edmard Lane.
ltas.rjorlt ii Lthe Arabian Nigntils Entertainmerils 3d
fdliitn. n li larSge additions and impirosemontl, and tii.
lnrmn with "' Wilkimsonoi's Ancient Egypimans." ? v,,ls
6%o. wlih niimerous illusltrtions.
Tire Modainm Htaoy andl Condiltion of Eiypt. its cli-
mat. dlsrase-, ind capabililies exhibited in a person
al Narrative ol Travall in that Counlry, with sU an-
ContUL of the pocoodullp ol Mohammed AhIt Pacha frIom
801 i,, 1843 Intersmpersed with Illustiationa of Sc. ip.
lutre Ifhistory, the fnulfilmet of prophecy, and the pi.o-
riP t,1 civilizmion in the East, b w iliim r Holt 'Yais,
2 I..-Ls 8vo, wwith llubtritina. Impelled and for sale by
Booksellers Publishers and Imnpoters,
apl2 161 Broadway.
,H..-use- -all prit..s requimrinm s supply of Chms.
6l8s., ,,r E.rtliirware, should nori ail taL. call at No.
Ast.r H..u-,, iu w-il kawnr as the cheapen store mi the
cit). Alwiy, -'n hai-al, i itih lihwestjricers, a lull assort.
me, ,oi Dinner, Toa, arid Dessert SeL ; Toiler War ,,f
:i.- ci. ,.es aridJ a inur lashirsable patterns ; Cut and Mouid.
Pd G Iass el vtr) descriitiun.
liunri ts ti Ironr the low prite of 13.
Thie St pieces, real ivory handles, and oflthe
best manuacLure, $12.
0 PKiIN rEKS-For sale 3 Printing PFresse, iml
Liking machines. Apply I
mh2,l)if 82 Cliff at
TORUAGE'-Taksn on reasonable terms in tn time-"
I proof stores, 48 and 44 Broadway. ApIly to
apl2 N, P. HOSAC ,t40 Bo dwy.

soon; schrs Joseph, for do, next day; Velocity, uncer.;
Helen Perkins, do, Anti, Tau, from NemiburyporL, do;
Hope, Mitchell. do.
At Ponce, 30th alt. brig Fidelia, Small, for Baltimore.
At St Thomas, 15th ult, schr Fair Play, Whitten, for
Boston, about 20th.
At Matanzas, 30th ult. ship Adelaide, Adams. fm New
Yo k, just arc; brig Millinoket, cargo unsold. Sai'ed
b ts E lsworth, Ilomei, Boston; Vandalier, Berry, New
England, Granger, Providence.
BOSTON, April II-Ar brig Bernard, Matanzas;
sbch Goeo Warren, do.
10th-Ar .r ship Eli Whitney, Liverpool.
Brig Tim Pickeriag NOrleans. On the 21st ult, *ff
Indian Key, spoke brig Rideout, N Orleans for Alexan-
dria; no date, off Cape Look Out, while lying to in a
sale, was passed by ship Svffolk, from NOrleans for
Brigs Augvsta, Montevideo; Wm Purrington,Charles-
ton, 25; Acorn, Philadelphia.
Ar on Saturday, brig Metamora, Havana.
Cid barque Wallahe, Havana: brigs Garnot. Surinam
Gpenango, St Jago de Cuba: Lodi, Philadelphia; sch
Cqariot, Niork.
PORTLAND, 9th-Ar brig Mary, N York; srhi Alert
PORTSMOUTH, 8th-Ar brig Baltimore, Balti.
GLUCESTER, 1st-Ar sch Henrietta. Richmond.
NEW BEDFORD, 10-Ar sehs Ellen NYork; Sa-
chem, Salem, NJ. SId sbche Adelaide, NYork; Mercy,
NEW HAVEN, April 9-Ar schrs Despath, from
Brandywine; Victory, do; Harvest, N York; sloop Pie
sident, do.
SId, schrs Elizabeth, Hudson; Cicero, N York.
PHILADELPHIA, April 11-Ar schr Eugene,
Cld, bark Levant. Marseilles and Leghorn; brigs De-
laware, Rio Grande; Rowena, Laguirs; Sulls. Boston;
Augustus Lord, N York; lassee Tunnell. arid Eclipse,
I Deep Creek, Del.
BALTIMORE, April 10-Cld, bark Pioneer, Hava-
na; brig Catharine, New Orleans.
Sid, brigs Water Witch. Si Joian's, P R; Ann, West
Indies; schrs John Barr, St Trirras, Policy, Charles-
ton; Alicia, Savannah; L T Hinckly, Bangor.
S11 th-Ar brig Chatham, Boston; sch Eliza, Saco, Me.
Cld, brig Caspian, Barbadoes; soirs Susan Taylor,
Bangor; Milliceent. N York.
RICHMOND. April 9-Ar schr Abstract, Portland;
Arenzamenidi, Bostor. SId brig Odeon, City Point.
NORFOLK, April 8-Ar schra Empire, New York;
W B Marsh do; Jane Fisk, Thomaston.
9th-Ar sebs Gas Tacon, Attaaapas; Commerce,
CHARLESTON, Apr 8-Ar ship Tecumseh, from
Dunkirk, brig Howell. Havans. Ch .ipmsr., NOrleans.
Cld, Br bark Lord Palmerston. ieenock, brig Clari-
on, Boston.
SAVANNAH, Apr 7-Cid, ship Allianue, Liverpool;
sch Caroline, Matanxuas.
Sd, sch'Ann D, NYork.
MOBILE, April 4-Ar sch Faith. Charleston.
The ship, Pewhatan, fm Liverpool, reported yester.
day, touched on the Banks in coming over, and com-
pelled to lighten the ship by throwing overboard 100 Ions
NEW ORLEANS, March 28-At ships Ocean, Liv.
erpoul; Nonantum, do; Schiller, Bremen, Vicksburg, N
York; barks Hero of Sidon, Liverpool; Chieftain; do;
Hull, Boston; brigs Plymouth, do, Aldeiman do, Albert
NY, schs John Murray do, Dectaration do, Rapid, Mat.
Cid, ships Champlain, Liverpool; Phsrsalia,do. Chas
Carroll, Havre; Orient, do; Br barkGlasgow, Liverpool,
Fr bark Victorihux Laguna; brig Plato, Marseilles; E-
lizabeth, St Louis, Senega; Russia, NY, Yeoman do. D
R Martin, do. Anawan, Norfolk; sechs J W Taylor,Mon.
t go Bay. J: Ceres, NY: Alliquash. do.I
April 3-Ar ships Prentice, Havre; Taglioni, do; Col.
chin, Amsterdam, Berwick, Bristol, Eng; St Louis,
Philad; Saratoga, NewYork; Emily, do; bark Parthe-
an, Norfolk; brigs Delaware, St Thomas; Saline, Phil-
adelphia; Orchilla, Jacmiel; schrs St Pierre, St Tt-om-
as; Cayman, Grand Cayman; Margaret; Margaret, Cam-
peachy; Brilliant, Camden, Me; Oriana, Bucksport, Me;
Chat L Vose,NYork.
Below, coming up, ship Moosoon, im Antwerp; baik
Sol Saltus. brig William, NYork.

near West Point, N.Y.-Z. J. D. KINGSLEY. a gradu.
ate of the U.S. Military Academy, and for many years in-
structer of artillery in that institution, residing on his
farm, contiguous to West Paint, will receive into his
family and instruct a limited number of pupils, in time
usual branches of a thorough English education; and, if
desired, in so much of the classic* as to prepare them
to enter College.
The academic year will consist of two terms of five
months each. The winter term will commeRce on the
lItof November'.and close on the 31st of March; the
summer term on the 1st of '1)y, iand, lose on the30;h
of September.
No pjiupil will be received for a less period than one
Pupils remote from home can remain during vacation
at the same rate as for the term.
ExPENSEs.-For Board, tuition, lodging, lights, wash.
ing and fuel, per term, for pupils under 10 years
ofage, $100
Over 10 years and under 16, 125
Over 16 years, 150
Payments to be made for the term in advance, in all
Books, stationery and clothing can be furnished on
reasonable terms, at the expense of the pupil.
The course of instruction will embrace the usual
branches of an English education; viz: reading, writ ing,
grammair, composition, declamation, geography, history,
and rhetoric; arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonome-
try, mensuration and surveying; and for those who may
desire it, a popular course of civil engineering, natural
philosophy, navigation, and astronomy; also, moral phi-
losophy, and the Constitution of the United States and
that of the State of New York. In tmhe French language,
the usual exercises of the French grammar, and the
reading and translation of Telemaque; and in Latin and
Greek, the course required to enter the freshman class
of Yale Collete.
On the Sabbath, besides attending Divine Service, a
Bible lesson will be required from each pupil. The object
of the whole system of instruction will be "to train up a
child in t'e way lie should go," which can be effected
only by a ChrsiLtar education.
The Chaplain of the U. S. Military Academy is invi-
ted to supervise the course of moral and religious in-
Al hough it is not the design of the school, in any-
wise, to provide a military education, hiait, unless ex-
cused by parents or guardians, pupils wil lle taught so
much of the elementary drillofthe soldier as cOultnl.u-es
to health and tloan easy and graceful carriage.
The regulations for the internal discipline und police
of the school will .e strict, and, at the sasne rime pamen.
tal. No pupil of vicious habits will be p rmitttd ir it-
main in the school a single day; and when dismissed for
such cause, he will forfeit all the money paid at his en-
trance. As a condition of admission, every popil %ill
be required to pledge himself to abstain from the use of
tobacco and all intoxicating drinks, and from visiting
planes where intoxicating drinks are sold.
Col. S. Thayer, Boston; Maj. Cha's Davies, U.S. A.
West Point; Rev. L. P. W.Balch, Rev. N. Sayme Har-
ris, New York; Gen. Rufus King, Albany; Gov. Win.
H. Seward, Auburn; Ja's V. Schoonhovsn, EKq Troe,
President Lindsley, Nashville, Tenn.

The undersigned have been personally acquainted
with Mr. Kinsley for many years. and harig hadea fair
opportunity of ascertaining his qualhicaiornis as an in-
structor, do with confidence recommend him to parents
and other guardians of youth as fully equal to the task
he has uedert..kan.
D. H. MArAN, Professor of Engineerny.
WM. H. C. BARTLETT, Prof Nat & Eap Phil.
A. E. CHUnCH, Prof. of Matherniitea.
J. W. BAILETY, Prof. Chem'y, Mm and Geo'ogy.
M. P. PARKs, Chaplain and Prot. oi Ethlmca.
1'1 ered Cardinals; do do Capes; do do Fichus; do do
Chemisetts; do do Scarfs; de do Dresses; do do Shawls;
do do Handkerchiefs; doudoChilds;do do Robes Muslin;
do do Linen Cambrics; do do Girls; Jo do waists for
Children; do do Organdy Dresses; dodo Collars, an end-
less variety of new pattern and styles, cheaper than
ever before offered,whth a veriesy of Caps.Dmmity Baidms.
Collars, Cuffs, and a full asaonment of every Stid of
Mualin, with a new Muslin imported by the subscribers
for Dresses which washes better than Tarletnnond is as
clear. Cambric Handkerchiefs of all kinds at ery low
prices at JAMES BECK & CO.,
apl2 359 Broadway.
P. S. A large lot of Muslin Trimmings at half price.
OODHUE & CO., No 64 South, street, offer hor
sa'e-Copper Sheathing-16a30 os, English arid
American bolt j to 11 inch.
Rags-200 bales Leghorn.
Sheetings-50 bales brown Russia.
Goat Skies-2700 Mexican.

I )PD, with good rooms.
X 16 Park Place.
Sby 7 o'clock in h
UOLLkJC'IJNO madeua th
S Richmond,
and Cinc
mh21 by T. P. RICHAR
A FEW Thoussad Dollars S
ty Insirann. Co
s6000L, o proved irop
r1k.!^ '"'o r..,c- a
Ark Apply no
1I Mer,:hanrE
r 1 ,
apl 12
payable in New
T HE PUBLIC is riespectfu
by's Improved Lightning Co
of buildings against lightni
cation to him. at his office
orders from the city, or co
tended to. The price is red
He believes it at a single o
adequate, under certain cir
small buildings. He was l
fully studying the laws and
fluid, in, connection with p
tical results, as exhibited
&c. that had been damaged
iashied with l
To buildings not mo e tha
I affixes two rods; to larger
ber. The number of rods n
tion, and their proper posi
form cf the building, the l
J position and height of ne
Buildings are differently si
exposed; and the rods requ
cation according
To enable him to decide on
the best arrangement of th
ines the building himself.
ble, he requires a full des
given personally by one ac
SHis system of conductors
churches, school houses. en a
which, v.hen filled %ith peo
Share moth I moic erised to th
Buildings that are unoccupi
to a great number of dwelli
houses, batik buildings, co
different parts of the cou
years, and they have never
pose for which they were d
rods may be seen on the Ch
nor of l0th street an 5t

The Summier Session will o
and there are at prese
AIHli, alion may L.e made t
by peraoural interview at t
even TuerAday
Circular containing referee
terms, and all needful part
Bartlett & Welford, 229 B
76 Bo
The high character of this
stiuction, and kindl and wat
pils, united within the beaut
of the location, and the fac
render it one of the most de
tion of
ably known as a very compete
with the Princieal, and wil
ficiency to the Cl
mhI8 2m cod Pr
The summer term of this
on Monday, the firstof Mdy
tion from $160 to $400 per
ges. Its location on Washin
from thire Brooklyn Ferries,
and healthin-,s C.,,-,iuu
parents oir ir.dli ii, lutt
and regulations of the scho
store of Swords, Stainford
or at the Brook
All letters sill be promp
forwarded by mail if equ
Leave to inform her cust
general, that the DR
continues to be under the
competent Dress Mdker, w
given such general satisfacti
ing made arrangements to e
and at the lowest prices, res
tion of their patronage.
ihas just completely a large
furniture, manufactured ac
style, which he offers for s
Mr. It. having in his empl
manufactories of France, is
cles in h:sa line in the mo
Mr R. refers to the t
S. M. Fox,
M. Livingston,
Hr Urinna,.ll,
S. Ward.
8 H A K S P E A W
This number comprises th
ado about Nothing-Midsum
Labor's Lost-M chant of
&c. &c., with
This perfect and elegant e
eight numbers of 144 pages,
It will rempii&e a body of v
lusirated % il oinete
In one vol
apl0 3t
^ & L. HOLMES, No. 22 Jo
L. way and Nassau street,
W able goods for the spring t
^f importation, of the bestmk
offer for sale at th
Irish linens and sheetings, f
pillow case linens, 8-4 to I
Doubis Damask Table Cloth
Heavy Damask and low
Table and Piano Covers. Mar
panes, Grass Cloths and Mar
American L
Cotton shirtings and sh
Extra fine Bed Tics, Cambr
Extra wide Russian Diaper
Leng Lawns, Linen Camb
White ant fancy c
French Drills. Gambroens, pl
India and Ger
Black and col'd Drap d
French and American p
Cambric and Ja
Mulls and medium Muslins, s
Needle work
Gatze Flarnnels; real W
Silt warp do ; best quality
Ship Blankets an
Chintz Druggeit and B
French Bombazines, ver
Black OrGis ie Rhine S
English Cotton Hose ; de
Also, an assortment of wool
of good quality, for sale lo
of goods in their line, at wh
Jobn s
N. B.-On hand, genuine E

T. NICOLL. No 67 and
sale the follow
200 chests, 500 hf. do, 50
Hyson Tea, of superior, go
150 chests, 100 hf. do, 50
150 hf. chests, 800 6and 13
terms, Gunpowder
200 chests, 100 hf. do. 20
P tui.h.r,-n,, with all the
lOou, baks heavy
800 bags fine Old Gov
50t) do Prime St
300 tdo Prime
500 do do S
100 do do
900 bags Jam
100 do Ra
20 casks and 50 blIs.
100 buls. Cayenne Cloves e
he new
50 cases Manilla Indigo
50 croons selected
150 cases, 300
20 casks Du
1000 bales M
A. Seigie te Brandy, of th
hf. pipes, qr. cas
,)dil,'dAi 1 Bi,1,lv," J J
pagne Brandily. ul tlie
25pipes Holland Gn, H..
custom-house 'ock. arid
mh22 2a
H ORACE WALDO, offers f
150 bales 26, 27 and
320 bales 4-4 and 5
S60 bales indil
45 cases indigo blu
75 do madder c
20 do black
55 do color
430 do 3-4, 7.8, 4.4 and
25 do fine wh
45 hales pant
40 do mariners twill
35 cases Marlboro an
240 bales 34 br
115 cases Cloths asd Case
15 do low pricl
20 do Apr
45 do heavy twilled i
65 bales and case
20 cases Oxford iaesd

Sceived by the Great Wes
cis 1st, from Harre. the fo
to which he reapectfullv invis
merchants, the ladies of
and othe
Cases of plain Cambric Ha
do Hem stiched
do do Revere
do Revere
do Trimumed
do Richly embroide
do Printed borders
do Childien
Cafes of plain Jaconet,
Book. Swiss, Organdy, Tar
Cheekad and striped Jacon
Together with a choice asso
Cambric and Imitation do,
every width andi qu
Jusl received, an entirely
Jaone and Swiviss edlgings'
and di ciLd
Cases of colored embroid
promenade dresses, a grea
Richly embroidered do wi
stiched, quite new, aoI ver
Cases of richly emb'd collar
do do Chemezettes,
do do Beris Stomaq
and high neck dresses
Children's Collars, Cheme
Infant's fr
Just received a very choice
style to any thing yet seen
an elegant assortment of i
Cartons of Point Laces, F
patterns, v
Real Valenciennes,
Brussels, gr
English and
Just received an entirely n
sisting of Imitation Point,
nes, Maliens, Canton, Denta
greatly reduced prices. Li
yards, Ic a
Cases of black and white B
Veils and D)emi,
Cases of Dimity BonndI
do Swiss and Jaconet I
the m
300 dos white Cotton Hose
400 do Bro. do do Is
200 do open work
Children's hose and sock
.l fully offers to his customer
complete assortment of every
trade, of the best quality, ma
for cash, wholesale or reta
of different
Men's merr:o, silk, cotton,
and dr
Boys' merino, silk, cotton
and dr
Women's merino, silk, cotto
Do Saxony wool and patent
all co
Girls'and boys' patent mer
and drawers
Men's whti, blk, and pat
Boys' and girls'
W.irb ,o.i .' blk, wht, ubac l
is r ,'.l .:
Infants' wht, unbleachaed
Wromon's cashmere, mohair
ton, lambswool. Persian ya
Men's silk and cotto
Men's scarlet, worsted, fan
cottons ni
Men's black, wht andtcal'd E
Women, *anti girls'
Children's fancy style, spo
Men's gum elastic, silk
Men's black and cold Eng
Men's, women's and childrenS
silig all the vari
Girl's rich emfibroidered, wht
Women's iwht and btk rich En
Children's wiht and col'ld l
mitts, newtl.
W oaeii'6 .. d L li 1l" 1.% 1'. r-..v mi j c-o rtviw 1w
MIen's ,. V .. -, ,,iii .1-.. i J .i 0,
Men's women's and children
gloves, a
Boys' and men's fleecy and
Men's and boys' buck, caste
Women's and girls' aslrr. li
Childlrcn's lancy style in.r
Men's and boys yeoman crav
Together with a full assor
Dealer in hosiery and g
mhi a Between
sale English Sheathing C
Swedes Iron, 60 to
English Tin,
Try Pots, 24 Try pots, 1
Gallego Flour, 12
Rio Coffee, 2500
Havana Sugar, 5
Havana Sugar. 6
Russia Duck, 500 pie
Russia Ravens D
Russia Bolt Rope, 150l
Russia Diape
Russia Cras
Russia Sheetings,
Florette Paper, 10 bales
Madders, 20 cas
Ivory, 4O prime Teet
Chlieee Soy, 50 jars ; 20
E I Rhubarb, 20 case
Winter Nutria Skin
Earthenware, crate
Olive Oil,
Candles, 300 boxe
Winter Oil, 1000 g
Chalk, 800 tons ; 300
Also An assortment
White Pongees, 2
White Pongee H
White Figured Pong
Crimson Figured Pon
Satin Damask, I cas
Crar.e Shawls,20 cases, emb
Containing a clear exposit
Practice, by Andrew Ore,
with 1240 engravings. This
popular work of the kind ev
mirably adapted to the want
unity. The following are
the learned author end
To instruct he manufactu
tradesnan in the principles
ses. so as to render them th
To afford ierchants, huroke
the revenue, characterestic
ditios which pass t
By exhibiting the finest
sid physics, to lay open an
students of t
To teach capitalists, who
their funds in some branch
cionsly among pl
To enable gentlemen to be
the nature of
To present to legislators
the staple manufactures as
acting laws which
And to give the general re
achievements of science in
formations of matter, to wh
States owe their parsmoui
among the nation
The latest statistics ofev
ufacture ase given fr
The work is just complete
printed on fine white pape
bound in leather fur g5
lowieg t.l.,.h, Works ha
by tire s
I-The Sporting Sketch B
guished sporting writers of
an elegant portrait el Pri
2 The Horse and the Houn

treatment by Nimrod; illu
3-The Sportsman's Repos
finished engraving
4-Pierce Egan's Book of S
embracing the Turf, the Cha
interspersed with original
etc; 1 vol 8rvo, num
5-Sports and Pastimes,
mestic Recreations, etc. etc
the present time. 140
6-A Treatise on Manures,
John Donaldson, Land St
Bookseller and Impo
English books in every bra
in large or small quantities
as parties may desire.
sch Brilliant, a cargo
Coal, fresh mined this season
perehasers, by
250 Washington, East Br
apl2 3t and 8th st
casks, each 8 dozen, quar
foil, and in fine order, lan
prices, if taken
apl2 nex
ty, in cases each 1
Also-Pale, Brown, and G
J patternss, Oriental Dress,
bric, cut after Frenclh fashi
French Wadding. They are
invalids and persons in feebl
S piano and table covers, be
ceived from auction,
apl2 R. &A. LANE, 1
complete of a drawing-room
order, in Paris, by one of
makers. The whole is the st
rich and recherche, For furt
ter to H. W. Living

f Drect Through. AUCTIONSALES
r B The splendid and subraa
"OOMMU "- PROCHESTER, Capt. A. P. St. John, w
leave the pier between Courtlandt and Libert
(Wednesday) afternoon, April 12th, at 6 o'clock.
Forpassage or freight, apply on board,srto P. C.Schult
at the office on the whart.
h And the intermediate places. Furnitu
-08 The splendid low pressure steamboat and kitch
A i SWALLOW, Capt. A McLean, will eave carpets, sofa
the foot of Courtland st.. this Wednesdayafernoon, Apricr a n
12th, at 0 o'clock.
12th, at 5 o'clock. ~~~lamps, chandeliers, dining adtatbe hnpao
The above is a substantial boat, fitted up with elegant pi
state rooms, and for accommodation is unrivalled on the
Hudson. apI2 and b
SAt 10 o'clock, at th
I I Fresh Teas-The cargo of th
rived from Canton, consisting
W. .- c=-"11Wi'si- skin, imperial. gunpowder,
On and after Monday next, April 3d, and until further ka
notice, the Cars of the New York and Erie Railroad w
run in connection with the steamboat ARROW, Captai
A. H. Schultz, as follows:
The regular mail line will leave foot of Duane street
daily, (Sundays excepted,) at 31 o'clock P. M
The accommodation line, for passengers and light freight,
(with barge,) will leave foot ol Duane street daily, (Sun.
days exceptedJ,) at 7 o'clock A. M.
i"The freight line, tri.weekly, will leave as
every Monday, Wednesday end Friday, at 7 o'cl
March 31, 1843. api2 Mahogany-At
NEW s l West and Laigvn
carpenters and cbntmkr.
(aw-MfM At Il o'clock--2
M '-lp wi v )For account of whom it may
Passengers for Albany, will leave foot o Liber
North River, by steamer Mutual Safety, Captain Davs
every morning at seven o'clock, ISundays excepted,) for
Bridgeport, where they will take the cars of the Housaton
Railroad, and arrive at Albany the same evening, without
change of Baggage. Freight taken through to
and intermediatn places, by this line, on reasonab
Passengers for Boston, will take this line at foot l
berry street, every morning (Saturdays and Sundays except.
ed) at seven o'cock for Bridgeport, thence
Railroad to Wost Stockbridge, where they will
proceed next m..rning about nine o'clock for Boston by t
Western Railroi.d train, arriving in Boston thesa
a 'here will be n, night travel on this route, and only 0
miles by Steamb, ,at.
This isathe only Boat that ruds in connection w
Housatonic Railroad.
Tha Mutual Salety will leave Bricgeport at
on the arrival of the cars, every afternoon, lor New York,
(Sundays excepted.) t
For further information, inquire of Pomeroy & Co. No. 2 ture an
Wall street, and at the office of this line, loot
tree. At 10 o'clock, at No. 466 Ho
apC Handsome Furniture- -AhadoesormnofFni
FAR AN FEIG T F-.-U-;E. tur*, consisting of kidderminatr nri n eeincr
REGULAR MAIL LIN E. pets, straw ma
S. tables, sideboard, 2 pair gira
^ p H Bnec and t service, window a
curtains, English oil cloths,
mattresses, double and single
Composed of thin. f.niu.; t.ri .r Steamers, running
connection "w,t thie t L .r, , iand Boston & Provi beg
dence Railroads: withnco
MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Comstock 1 fe
RHODE ISLAND, Capt. -. Also,
NARRAGANSETT, Capt. Woolsey. 425 f e3-r,
MOHEGAN, Ctapt. Thayer 3.. ,. L
PROVIDENCE, Capt -, Esq, ma
One of which will leave New Yo.rk daily (Sunday
ed) irom Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. R., at a P. Hi
ARRANGEMENT FO THE WEEK Old rigging, hatch doorsshi
The NARRAGANSETT, Capt. Woolsey. on Mlonlay* dies an
Wednesday andt Freiday or Stoniungon. e
rlue RHODE ISLAND, Csapt. Thayer, on Tuesday soil
Thursday for Stoningron, and Saturday for Stenington,
Newprrt and Providence. 14t
Passengers on the arrivalof the Steamers at Stonmngton, 2
take the Railroad Cars and proceed immedi
vitence, and ifbound to Newport, will take the steam
IOL.S Irom thence on lMonday, Wednesday and Friday,
without any additional charge. Tl,
Tickets lor the route, and stermers berths, can be obtain. 23 b I ,
ed orn board, or at Harnden t Co.'s Office, No 3 WVall it.
Notice to Shippers and Consignees.-All Goods, Freight
Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kind of property
1.-.. i,- pp.. or put on board the Steamer of
inn-n L.--. 1 Irs risk of the owners of ouch Goons Frciai'it '- ,,I Iitaceanthesorbikfot
Baggage, ., and all freightnconsisting of Gooads, Wares,
amid Merohandise, or arm s mi'-' ftpi. r.- i ,1-2 fromthesef
Steamers, if not taken ,i-iirihad yM N Y ,,pri.17i,,r ,
S^ ^^ ^^ ^ yiMONDAY ,;.I;*

will be put under cove: L i i- n-b i...I" oern ins n
resonects whatsoever., AP12 No. 33 G
ei- FOR LIVERPOOL.-Regular Packet oa the ICth side o
.,& Aprd.-Ths new, splendid packet ship LIVER- on e
=n-POOL, John Eldridge, master, 1150 tons, will sailHo
as ahove, her regular day. main o
(.an yet take 100 bales cotton-for freight ofw
passage, having elegant and unequalled accommodation
applh '; rim captin an b-ard, west si'. B., Ir., si;p: ..r
a.1k WOtDHULL 8 MINTITRNN .7 .s.,r, a1. sale-8
.R LI t i tit'il 'L -i-.em .-1 i-irt, Ap ,i em
.Tre pketsi t,,. SHI EFFIELD, F P Irlin h Al s
-ci..r, %iiU .,il ai above, her regular day.
F.r finsc.,, ..rp,,,., hay.r, .- na a
,I.riy .i, b..ard,at ..i .." M1 ',.c-,,c ln,;.,. ,.r
'ii 8 f i- Ens ..Ini 74 South at. At 0 o'clo
The packet ship STEPHEN WHII.NEY, will sceed Fu
the Sheffield, and sail on 18th May, her regular day. apl
FOR LIVERPOOI-,-N at.,,.--', -Kn iTUSYinl2
VSS t Aprnl-The 'ph.,.i,.J l'.m.i.. .,T h.-
Aprl-heSpc-ldI-Rr Ml-At 608 Broadwa-Friue
tCaptain E. B. Cobb, of 1000 tonls, will sast
tier regular day.
For freight or passage, hLaving accommodation
led lor splendor or comfort, applyon board at Oreas
footer V. al
foot f Va] Iat.,or t FOR SA'LE.--A good fml os 5 ad
E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st. hatnh
Price of Pasegne S100.
The packet ship SHERIDAN, Captain A. Depeyster, of
'Oe,0., ause the owner has nottm ouehm pl
1100 tons, will succeed the Siddons, and sail on the 25th
May, her regular day.
Passengers may rely upon the ships of this line sailing
punctually as advertised.ET- efist floor
Letters for the ships of this line will on
Glpin's and Hale's News Roomss. _O
far Packet of the 19th April.-The elegant packe
& .hlp NEW YORK, Capt. Thomas B. Cropper, will
sail aa mbhove, her regular day.
Foi freight or passage. r...' .., accommodations unsur- s
passed for splendor or c..].,.., apply to the Captai
board, at the foot of Beekman t, o
JGOODHUE t )G., or ( t ELLAR
C.H.MARSHALL, 38 Burllng-slip. e 40 Br
Price of passage is $100,
The elegant packet ship CAMBRIDGE, Captain W .
C. Barstow, will succeed the New York, and sail on th
e1st of May, her regular day. pl2 1

April.-The packet sh
Atwood, master, will sail
For freight or passage, apply
of Pine str
apl2 JOHN
packet ship ST. JAME
Swill sail as above
For freight or passage, hiv
apply on hoard, foot
The packet ship GLADIATOR
succeed LthIe St. James, and sa
FOR HAVRE-Packet o
Tte packet ship RHONE
Jr., will sa Ion her
For freight or p~ssaae
apl2C a te.
packet ship VILLE DE L
i will sail on her r
For freight or passage
York Line-Regular Packe
The fast sailing packe
0. R. Mumford, will positive
For freight or passage, ha
conmodations, apply on boar
Wall street, or to E
w8 South
Shippers may rely upon .. ir, o
sured, ansa that tie shipsol it-i.
advertised-any guarantee to
fulfilled, that i
Agents in New tOrleans, H
promptly forward all zs
The packe; ship OCMULGEE
ceed the Huntsville, and sail
3& liglbterage.-The fast sailing
-ZA. L. H. Mallory, master,
For freight or passage, hav
commodationa, apply on board,
apl2 E.D. HURLBUT k
Goods intended for the inteer
the ship, at Mobile, will be
EMIELINE, N.G. Fish, m
diate d
For freight or passage, hav
apply on board, at west
apl2 E. D. HURLB
packet ship EDWINA. Ge
have immedia
For passage only, having su
nations, apply on board, at
ap2 E. D. HURL
coppered and copper fa
Edwards, master, will
the abo
For freight or passage, havi
apply to SCH
F.R SALE-The fast saili
per fastened barque FR
or about 2500 bbls., built in th
materials, and was complete
new deck, and newly copper
last summer. The vessel bein
and a fast mailer, would be
irade, or a Southern packet,
separate state rooms, and
inventory is very complete, a
sea at very little expen
MADGE, 365 tons bur
af keepsie, in 1836, expr
under the superintendanc
frame is oak; stanchions lo
oak, copper fastened, anud b
locust tree.nails. Thorou
and coppered just previous
full inventory ; 1200 bbls o
oats, &c. For further part
6, North R
OUDRETTE is considered th
in use in this country, to t
port manuie, as it contains no
worth as much as fourteen or
ure. Price S15 ,or ten barrel
barrel deliv
ADEIRA WINE-3 pipes,
casks very superior Mad
to close sales by
S qr cask and dem
pl0 N P
Also a few dozen very old
IN PLATES-150 boxes "
ap82 w __
of this truly superior arti
William at.

S 16o Soutuh street, stleor
1 Ship Ciandlery business
good tenan
apill WOODHULL &
_AN& TO LET, in the 7th
*!| modern built 3 story a
BjjLgers Place, one of the m
7th Ward. The lot is 26
52 ; a handsome court in front
rerfact order, with i bathing
range, and every cohvenienee
sion will be given the 25th A
tenant the re
Apply on the p
ilO hOntis* JOHN L. B
jp The residence ol the s
s en iNuated near the steam
1I,1lUof the East River, atA
the city. The house is nearly
in the beat manner, in tihe ms
with every convenience for
kitchens with water brought
house. (filled) vegetable
Astoria is very easy of ac
of stages, running every hto
villag- are churches, good
apll03w GFO. C. T
& I, -_ nl"L- -R i I .m I.
story and attic house o
Fourteenth strecL, a few
to be finished by the first
z or as will be finished inot
Elizehethan styles. T'iee s
and the house is replete
ALSO to Let or Lease, the
dence, containing about thi
ver) spacious, together ith
5j miles from the City Ha
Bloomingdale Road, next
grounds extend from the ro
are well woode'L. The H
thorough repair and wil be
May next. Applyto
mh24 3taw Imo

Widow Shade
The suhscrilers take his m
S numerous customRners and t
tion to their old store No
opened the above new estab
commodation of the city traden
vite all wio are in want of a
and examine their assortment
N. B. Country Merchants
are particularly invited to
stock of French and Ame
Transparent Window Shad

S.11PE R *d.
P ARES & FAYE, No. 379
ceived new and approve
&c. &c, comprising the ric
patterns, the most extensive
ment of every quality and d
ported or manufactu
Merchants, dealers, landlo
The most competent work
&e.. furnished tocust
mh9 3imois
THE subscriber having pu
licits the inspection of purch
and general assortment is of
cash or approved credit.-N
mh21 dlwisiulm*
v subscriber is constantly r
Gold and Silver Watches, of
manufacturers, in England, F
enabled to offer a larger asso
at retail than any ot
Gold Watches as low as $2
Jewelry, exchanged or boughA
keep good time, or the money
Pencils, Gold Chaise, Keys,
o. f. sl.... e ..C.... I A

Office No. 13
Merchants' Exchange to No.
their sales of REAL EST
At 12 o'clock, at th
Chancery Sale-Under the di
man, Esq, master in cancer
The story brick house and l
on the northerly side of Cour
containing in width in fiont o
width in the rear 0 fuelt, in
feet 8 inches, adjoining prop
in depth on the easterly side
property of David Cargill.
master's advertisement in C
Peremptory Sale of Bethune
1. The plot of ground on th
street, 81i feet westerly from
being 22 feet in width in front
about 100 feet in deptb. 'The
feet for the depth of 80 feet,
the same
2. Also, No. 139 Bank street
northerly side of Barks ;r. r.
206 feet easterly of West i a
in front, 89 feet 9 inches in
depth. The plot embraces a w
the depth of 100 leet, and then
Two-thirds of the purchase
and moiltgage f r 5
Lithographic maps may
Peremptory Assignees' Sal
three story rich house and lo
situated on the southerly aid
way, formerly occupied by Gi
feel in width in front and rea
25 by about 50 feet, finished
conveniently arrangeJ, with
rooms on second story, four
attic, a good kitchen anJ pav
excellent neighborhood. The
chase money can remain on
other particulars apply to E.
to the au
At 12o'slock at the
Chancery Sale-Under the d
Esq, master in chancery-2d
teen lots of ground on the we
and southerly side of48th stre
ly corner of 2d avenue and 4
1-10th in width in front and
10 lots on the southerly side of
joining, each 25 feet in width
4-10th in depth, formine a plo
nue, and 350 feet on 48th st
see master's advertisement i
At 12 o'clock at the
By order and under the dir
Sheriff, A. T. Hilye
The Merchrnts' Exci., .. -
terest of the Merchants' Ex
had on the twenty.eightlih day
tuime afterwards, of. in and to
pau-cel of land arid the build
distinguished as the Merchan
and being iff the First ward o
ed and described as follows,
%% ,i 'I ..; .i. r %ni i.h r n th
.r t., t. i -ir. -. .- i and
gether with all the hereditam
unto belonging or in ar .
WEDNEit. i
At 10 o'clock, at N
Household Furniture- A eene
furniture, comprising the pearl
kitchen ware, of a famil
At 12o'clock, at the
Chancery Sale-Under the ti,
Esq, master in chancery -.i ri
tain lot of ground, with t1.. -..
ate, lying and being iti the Ei
York, on the easterly side
and containing as follows : wes
street 22 feet, easterly in the
Fowler, and partly by land
Shaw, 21 leet, northerly on
merely of the said James Fowler
ly uon theother side by lot Irontin
streets 75 feet. The premises I1
toidcd to include a gore of
deceased, of James Fowler a
bearing date tihe 23d day of
particulars see advertisement
vid Codwise, master in chac
At 12 o'clock, at theM
Chancery Sale-Under the di
master in chancery-St Mark
-All those two certain lotsr o
westerly corner of Eighth str
nue A, fronting ona Tompkins
of property ol N. W. Stuyveai
and 31, each of said lots con
rear 26 ft 10i inches and i
Also, Tenth street-All that -r
on the northerly side of Tenth *irL
Second Avcuiut '. ,,.... ....t
northwesterly c i F
containing in width in front
each side 94 t
For further particulars see a
Post, signed David Codw
Store No. 54 William stre
At 10 o'clock, at
oo100 cases French, German, a
prising an extensive assortment
ol recent importation, adapted "
six months oil niall sums of $100,.
C...,-ii.,. ..f r i. figured
blk It ,.. -,ri .., 4.4 green
mnousselin do laine, bik filet
satin; satin strnp'd and flg'd
jet and blue blk gros de '.,,.. ,
lored crape lissue; silk a .1i ..
na hdkfs; ex rich satia scarfa
seline de lane printed chally;
bik p,)ult de sole; women's goat
blk and colored mousseline d
ribbons; extra rich printed m
siennes for dresses; 6-4 and
shawls; silk gloves; pondiche
colors gro die naphs; figorei
reps; fancy bell; black aii
hidkits; imitation Ii l; ,., I ...
ing silks; blonde I,.-. a.. 1
damasse shawls; wn...: Ii,..i .. i
togs; irophane crapes; print
pladid gros de naples; mille r
galloons .f nugru.t iit- l...,.;,
shades; :ruiir-, cl .k a.t in.'
damask gauze hdkfs; black l
de lames; embroidered peler
cold bumbazines; Lyons silk v
and louissinne ribbons; thread
col'o drapd'ete; linen cambri
slate cotton hosiery, lisle thr
dl work inserting; lace veil
colored g
Also, an invoice of new
Also, an assortment of the m
tidcles, such as bonnet frame
willow sheets, chips, straw bo
foundation li
Also, 30 pea extra fine Frenc
Catalogues arid samples
At 11 o'clock, at
SILKS-The cargo ot ship Ch
Canton, consisting in part
hdkfs, fig'd and plain; super
rich damask and emOroidere
points; suchan pongees; sinc
and levantine hdkls; extra r
large assortment of feather,
and painted silk fano; black,
very superior saddler.' sewing
hdkis; pearl
Also, 2 cases blue and
Also, 1 case best g
Also, b cases supor sca
Also, blue and yellow nan
Also, an invoice of lacque
Also, an invoice
Also, an invoice o
Also, hI cases new style ge
article, ass
The whole are fresh import
quality, and enti
Al 10 o'clock, at the store
250 cases of French Goods,
saistmg in part of the
Rich bonnet and cap ribbons
do, rich points hdkfs and sh
bonnet silks, foulard silks, n
printed; plain and figured ch
patterns, blk lustrings, gir u
stock satins, col'd do of light
Os, black and oo5ld fig'd siak
black and cdlud crapes, fancy ur
bhns, fancy gauze scarfs asd ri
plan arid printed borders; f
shawls and veils; Llk anil asso
coat buttons, black Italian c
meni' neek scarfs, black and
black and cold Paris made ki
tic suspenders in great varie
berage and veils; black auit
onay lacets; men's black and ci,
ribbons; sa0. 'Siij. rd
shawls and i,-.n i. A i ..
.. Also, 1 case plaid and Spit

Also, 20 extra rich China e
very superior style, a'aapted
silk velvets, bailed silk ser
drip d'ete of superior fabric,
No 12 bonnet ribbons, No 12 1
cap do. bonnet stiffs; artifi
Nos 6, 9 and 12; lisse d
2 it ii.:.,J-:," ='lr1 ii,i~r].ir
' r-r r --. ..n r
At 10 o'clock atr
a credit of six months, for a
sums of $t0
At 12o'clock, at
2 eases gum shellac, (ora
At 10 o'clock, at
PACKAGE SALE-200 package
tic Dry Goods, comprising a
sonable articles, on a credit
$100 an
Also, 200 English
Catalogues and samples
At 10 o'clock, at
a credit of six months, for a
sums of $10
An invoice of French mackin
I to 3 points; super white pon
gee hdkfs, white and crimso
pongees; blk, blue and ass

Piin, fi s r... esG, no,. .s GA
Importer of Watches & Jewelry,
Wholesale and Retail,
mh28 is E f 30 Wall St, up stairs.
has just received a few fine Diamond Pins and SH
Rings, which he is selling at retail much less than
usual ~~FRIDAY, Arl 4
usual prices. G. C. ALLEN, 30 Wall st.
ap4istf Up stairs. PACKAGE SALE
Dry Goods, comprising a desrabe a m o
WV paired in the beet manner, and warranted, at
much less thanthe usual prices, at
G. C. ALLEN'S, At 1
mh28 istf 30 Wall at. up stairs. PACKAG
Dry Goods, comprising a desire
S prior article in demijohns and bottled, for sale by
N. P. HOSACK, 40 Broadway.
Also Scotch and Irish Whiskey, in bottles and de
johns. apl0 1 G

Sales Room, No
W. & R. in addition to their
and private sale, will attend
ture. They also keep a Regis
perty at pr
At 10 o'clock, at Juliens'f
Broadway, opp
Preserves, Silver and Plat
of confectionery, preserves,
consisting in part of fine ma
with marble tops, divans, sto
seats, white figured muslin cur
French clock, show cas
Cut Glass, consisting of w
decanters, tumblers
Also, aine assortmentofSheffe
Catalogues the day before th
11 Bro
At 12 o'clock, at the
Chancery Sale-Under the d
Esq, master in chancery- H
streets-All that piece ol land
taining 2 lots of land exte
streets, taken together north
south by Perry street, conta
street 25 feet and on Perry st
each side 190 feet, be
Also, all that lot of land i
side of Hammond street, dista
ner bounded by its intersection
er street, containing 25
Also, all those 3 dwelling
ward, on the south aide of
and Bleecker its, lying adjac
together in front on Hammond
75 feet, and ii lengt
Also, all that lot of land
side of Bleecker street, be
containing in breadth in front
the rear 23 fleet 9 inches, and
Soe master's advertise
Administrator'.s Sale of Lea
Daniel Bush, deceased, Was
story and attic brick front
ington street, with the unexp
May, 1843, of the lot 21 ft front
at a ground rent of $225 per a
front by about
Also, the very substantial b
No 247 Washington street, a
unexpired lease of 18 years f
21 feet front and rear by 75 f
of$i2a per annum, with a pri
21 ft front and rear by about 4
The above houses can be alte
to command a good rent, being
cinity of the market a
Also, the Pew known as No. 7
Also, Pew No. 129 north aisl
pulpit. Possession on the 1
and benches go with th
At 12 o'clock, at the
Chancery sale- Under the
L.-CI. sisterr in chancery-Al
e-'rt.. I as follows: north by
west by the 10th avenue about
the line running through the
street, and which, on the 10th
north of3dir street, and east by a l
southerly side of 34th street, at
easterly from theft 10th aven
soouherJy direction parallel
9 inches. For further partic
At 10 o'clock, at No. 132 T
Genteel Furiture-An assor
furniture, consrnting ol maho
tea and dining tab es; dress
i>L.',",-. ;.. ,,I ,i-i"i .,,,I ua
i...1 i t ..a i i ir ,- in i a s,
pets; rugrs, oil cloth, mapl
chairs, patent windlass and o
es, looking glasses, chinals, gl
Also, mahogany piano forte
large plated 30 inch salver.
office of the auctioneers
At 12 o'clock, at the
Scrip of the Mutual Safetny
Do. of the Spanish Govern
with the U. S. ofl 7th Fe
Also, Forty shares of tiNe
par value $37,
Chancery Sale-Under the d
master in chancery-The unex
from 1st othMay, 1827, of the
Second street, being in front
inches, on the easterly aside 6
early side 49 feet 7 inches. Fo
ter's advertisement
At 10 o'clock, at Niblo's Sa
Household Furniture, Pianos
general assortment of House
At 10 o'clock, at N
Elegant Furniture-The eleg
above house, consisting of n
to match, with broad stripe l
and window curtains lined wit
bourette with crimson plush
with Seagioli top, French sid
fancy Italnin and . :,...
and quartette and . ......r .
dressing tables, sasy chairs
library chair, pier tables wi
glasses 34 by 60 inches, Turk
and bed curtains, fire screen
book cases, wardrobes, mahogany
divisions for minerals, French
bureaus, washstands, toilet t
gilt and bronze astral and m
chandeliers, hall lantern, flow
and ingrain carpets, matting
rugs, fig'd drugget, dinner s
and itea services of flower pat
nankin chins, cut glass, rush se
,it., &c. Also, a line tone m
t ",.,rR. & Co; music seat, wa
choice preserved humming bir
plated ware. Catalogues can
tire auc
At 10 o'clock, at No. 3n8 Four
Elegant Ho- should Furnitr.
At 12 o'clock, at the
Chancery Sale-Under the d
Esq, master in chancery-Th
brick dwelling houe anid lo
andL 0th streets, and known
I t t;.. .,1 width in iront an
t s, a".... either side 26 leet4
side 10
Chancery Sale-Under the d
Esq. master in chancery-The
street, on the north side betw
The iot is 25 feet 7 ins front
depth. The premises are now
the annual rent of $850 foray y
tenant to do all repairs. The
this lease. The sale, being i
to the highest bidder. Two-
chase money may remain on
more years.
Also under the direction of
ground with the buildings t
253 Maiden lane next to the c
'-.-., n w-, in in front on Ma
fi ,, ,ein, one side 39 fe n
6 inc
At 10 o'clock, at N
Household Furniture-
At 10 o'clock, at No. 62 V
Household Furr.iture-
(Na 0 Broad, corner
A. K will give his attention
Stocks, Ho sehohil Furniture,
A new 3 story dwelling h
A .t B,..ry .,vnr-ii.,, E house
A ,n..r, .i ,.nn ,, house
A .i ..oe .I, i.," house
for sale o
8 lots in Broome street a s
wiltl or without tise buildings
location for d
tichigan Lands-Several S
the county of Kalamazoe, wi
in thi
Money procurad on mortggae
$2,000 to loan, on
BY D. C. & W.
Store No. S9
At 12 o'clock, in front of Mr.
Wines, Brandy, Oil, Cordia
very superior Armagnac brand
casks Manierra; 100 casks Res
do Port; 300 do Muscat; 200 b
boxes Muscat; 400 do assorted
200 do Curacoa; 100 do Mar
setre; 200 Olive Oil;
At 3 o'clock, at the Yard o
and 7.1, i e
Superior Mahogany--i,. i
.r;: ;. i i... ported by M
:. .....,,.i ud .... judge, m
in the trade. iE consists oh
ful cabinet logs, well adapted
kets. Terms, 4 months fo
i. ,l.' ,:,J-..i fi.n
i. LI'NL-'I
At 3 o'clock, on Duryea's
after at Thore's Yard, near

Superior Ln.isc. arTosl"... t
Lapwing a., ,I 't lio ..n n ..
St Domingo mahogany, a great
usually i.,rot e;: .- 11f a d
arid 6 irn ,-,in i,. r ap
At 3 o'clock, on Du
Mahogany-The Mansanilmla
on, of superior qua
Large Sale of Old Copper-
Yard, Brooklyn, under the
Navy Agent for the port of
sheet copper; 20,908 hbs old
do; 0,729 old composition m
_.,: ,iuly se nir-inl-. ..f the c
jC. n..n-i..- .j ur..,: each day
takes placa on application t
Yard, Bl
At 3 o'clock, in Bergh's Yard
Mansanilla Mahogany-15,00
ny. carns of tho brig Gen Bro
superior quality and desirable
approved end
60 bags Ja
The Irish Marble per bri
large proportion of whi
Store No. 89
At 11 o'clock, in
French Window Glass-700 b
Paris Whit
At 10 o'clock, at No. 54 Irv
17th s
Household Furniture-A han
nature, comprising brussels an
mahogany chairs, sofas, card
dining table, window curtai
mahogany bedsteads, mattress
&c, together with a large ass
which the sale
12 puncheons fine old Scotc
3 cases fiue Canton bamboo

W INDOW GLASS, of vari
8xlO. 10z12, 10xl2, 10x16
to suit pur
a Sn N. P. HOSAC
To gentlemen building Green ho
sortment presents a good o
ticle suitable for their pur
at a low price.

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B E. H. L
Office No 11
Real Estate, Stocks, Ships
oat door sales in gener
At 10 o'clock at N
French Furniture-A general
a family giving up housekee
and West Broadway, near S:
brussels, ingrain, parlor, b
cloths, hall lamp, pier glass
white marble tops, piano fe
N. Y.) blue damask medalli
small chairs, 6 of each; mahoi
dining and tea tables, wardr
suit, imported French beds, ha
&c; bronze and gilt candelab
ble; crimson moreen window
plated ware; entry stove, cut
quor case; a general assortment
which the sale
At 12 o'clock, at th
Chancery Sale-Under the dir
cery-Ali that certain dwel
situate in the 10th ward ot
northeasterly side of Eldrnd
n ,. in,, r..r, ty El.r; l. -.
yI .-., Aii. i-rnr ,, 1d.*C i .
on the east by ground now or
and on the south by house and
miss are now occu
Farm at Tarrytown, Westche
acres of first quality of lan
house 46 by 25 feet, barns
young grafted fruit trees, &
road leading from the main r
ving Landing, and knowns as
particulars apply to the au
At 10 o'clock, at the sal
Furniture-An assortment of
listing in part of large psyc
ny F re i.. . I I i li 1. ,' I.
es and ..- ,i . tI,ina -.:6., -
b u re a u s ii, ,. ,inns In : in
crockery and glassware, and
At 12 o'clock, at the
Farm at Springfield, New Jer
acres, on thie sauth side of
Essex Railroad, 8 smiles fro
Newark. The property forme
map, deceased. On the place
and out.bamldings, with two n
within a few steps of the hou
tioned as to tillaable, wood
being healthy, prospect comm
York by railroad via Newar
country residence. The prem
to Henry Sears, a
Also, at the same time, 15
Elizabetntown meain!ow, in tw
other of 5 acres For particuls
B. Meeker, near
At 10 o'clock, at No
Elegant French Furniture a
Iraimies, belonging to a family
in a fe
Store No. 20
J. J. SWIFT will give his pe
all descriptions
At 12 o'clock, at the
Chancery sate-Under the di
Esq, master in chancery-All t
cel of land situate in the llth r
of the city of sNew York. and ..
map between Thios. L. Ogden
by Daniel Ewen, city survey
ter's office of the cit) and co
of conveyances, page 271, beit
Lewis and Seventh streets, a
easterly in front by Lewis str
lot No 144, westervly in the r
southerly side by 7th street,
rear 24 it 4 inches and in le
advertisement in the Express
ter in c
Also, at the sam
Chancery Sale-Under the
Esq, master in chancery-All t
eel ofground situate lying a
city of New York, on the we
known and i,:, ,.. ir.- a onma
uated in the i n ir, i r I i
to the estate of John Hack,
city surveyor, in March 1S33,
erly in front by Lewis street,
lot I. r,;....- ; ylo ... -. I .,
NOo .., 11.1- u 'rr i, n ;dci,,
containing in breadth iin front
on the southerly ride 76 feet
side 73 fe
Also, all that certain other
last above described premme
folows, to wit : easterly in f
inches, westerly in the rear
24 feet 0 inches, northerly b
S0 feet, and southerly by 7th
ment in New York American,
ter in c
Also, at the sami
Chancery Sale- Under the d
Esq. master in chancery-All t
of land, witi tIhn the t iree
ate, lying and bLeirg in the
York, on the easietly side of
as follow i. .. ..... at apon
avenue, i i. in, I t sou
oi 6th avenue and Amity street
ly and parallel with Amity st
and parallel with the 6th av
parallel wri h Amity street 8
ihe--...- r.i i I ong the
of ... r.. .- it.. house is k ow
See advertisement in N. Y. E
master in
At 12 o'clock, at the F
Chancery Sale-Under the d
Esq, master in chancery-All t
o( land situate in he village
ty of Kings, State of New Y
., .111.. I ','., .1, gr11.1u, un
i. ,. -. .. I. ,
.. ..r D, a.e E ...1n
the said 6 w f: 1t5 fwe
corner oft-, i -
Also, all those 4 certain le
the asoresand map as lots Nos
ed easterly in front by Smith
rear by lot No 562o o
Pew in Dr. Spring's Chu
Pew in St. Sohnns Chur
For sale, cr x. h1-,.., r-
see county, _n i
To Exchange-10,000 acres of
or India
hStore 169 P
At 10 o'clock, at
PACKAGE SALE-250 package
tic Dry Goods, conmprisinga l
of seaonaiable artniles
Catalogues and samples
At 11o'( i.. i,
BRUSSELS AN. i%,i.,. \l
complete assortment of Busselsi
grains ; Brussels, wilton andt
floor cloths and baizes; oil
Also, an invoice of 7.4 and
Also, an invoice of superior
just received ; 100 rol is extra
Also, an invoice of 3.5, 3.
Also, I case super c
Also, an invoice of super pl
and bo
Also, 0n invoice ofoil cloths
did pa
Also, 2 bales Brussels carpe
landed, to be
Also, 5 bales 6-4 chintz flo
drugget ; I bal
Also, an invoice of Sax
Afso. 300 pieces ofthree-plys,
grain carpets, of superior sty
of the best manufacturers in
the attention
AlsO, an invoice of superior
widths, quiinin-
',l-;\L, \\
At 10 o'clock, at
al,,-; is,,.i.,.,r.'il t .. .r
rc-n. I "- r. e
Catalogues a,,,t ., "
i L E -i[,.
At it o'clock at
of fresh goods, of NC in a t
marks, comprising men's, boy
and double brim, white and
misses bolivars, for city ret
dena nonnets ; Tusca anod fa
&c., comprising a most desir
late ar
Also, an invoice of super
This sale comprises every ar
Catalogues and samples
At 10 o'clock, t,, i
PACKAGE SALE-For lt r.- i ..
months 250 i' n' .,- I ..
Catalogues a,,ir .in.,i ir
ami P(InA
35 bales 3.4, 7-8 and 4-4 ti
and furniture prints, new Sp
Earlston ginhamns; 15 cases j
bales best quality mariners cli
....- .. : i; . .'.I -cks; .0
^j hru nI C'a..

Store corner ofl' Willhianm
At 10 o'clock at
PACKAGE SALE-For approve
months credit-250 package
A i :. .' e ,.s i .
n. -.. .*. fo in ht
Also, 10 c ises extra Ca
Peremptory Sale of Prints-A
prints, madder colors
Catalogues and samples
At 10 o'clock at
FRENCH GOODS-For approve
months-100 cases French Silk
assortment of fancy
Catalogues and samples
At II o'clock, at
notes at 6 months-A large an
sels, three-ply, ingrain and
rugs, mats,
Also, embossed and print
Also, 4-4, 5.4 and 6-4 Nankin
qualities, just received per
Also, 3 bales royal Wilto
grounds, rich c
Also, 20 bales superior quali
rious styles and splendid pat
for spring trade, now landi
Also, 10 bales printed drug
: i nporte thi sep
'., -l.-.'. n and sanmpl
Indigo blue and mixt Kentuec
3-4 plaid linseys; chintz fur
braces; leather end do; made
nature and apron checks; M
colored merinos; 28, 30 and
No 1400 Greenwich and Villag
and Catskill ticks; laurel ca
rino cassimeres; blue mixt do
cottonades; ingrain and e
Stua 196
Kr Liberal cash advances

this choice Wine, from a
Ina store-Bordeaux and Clar


To sail from New York 16t
of each
P. Woodhue,
Ship HOTTINGUER, 1050ts h
Ira Bursley.
J. Eldridge.
New ship -, 12
These substintial, fast sai
built in the city of New
of experience and ability
tually on the 16
Their cabins are elegant
furnished with whatever c
comfort of
Neither the captains or ow
responsible for any parcel
unless regular bills of l
For freight or p
87 South stre
To sail from New-York on t
on the 13th o

From Ne
Ship GARRICK, Capt. WmS
Ship ROSCIUS, Capt. Jn
I l.., S[[lCiNt. C I.t
Vhip IH EKl I IDAN, F 2
From Li
hip SID)DONS, Capt. E
dhip SHERIDAN, Capt. F.
."hii, GARRICK, Capt. W
St,,. ROCIUS, Capt.
'I these ships are all of t
1000 tons burthen, built in
aucrn improvements as combi
comfortt for passengers. EH
the arrangement of their
of passage hence is $100,
eluding wines, &c., will b
commanded by experienced
every exertion to giv
Neither the captains or ow
responsible for any letters,
them, unless regular hills o
For freight or p
Letters by the packets wil
si*vee sheet, 50 cents per
sent each.

To sailtrorn New ork oin
on the 25th o
From New FYor
'lt)Jan. 7Fe.2
tons, Henry Huttleso M

tons J. C. Delano,
fMar 7[Arl2

Oct. 7 No.2
A. Burrows,
These ships are all of the
handed by able and ex" -
cabinis aie elegant, i-r.i .d
minodation for the c -pl-e.' ,
passage from New York t
(rom Liverpool to New Yo
tlares ii.l bedding
Neitihr the captain nor o
for any letters, parcels,
Ilsof ld;n i, ire sig
d24 (; I1 '4\ lL. M

Ssiii,, ir.m New York on t
*n te Is L Lav
From Ne
Feb'y. 13-The UNITED
March 13-The SHEI FIE
April 13-The VIRG
From Lr
Dec. 1--The UNTTE
Jan. I-The SHEF
Feb. 1-The VIR&I
The qualities and accommodio
and the reputation of their
Every exertion will be made
asengers and tfe interest o t
passage to Liver, nol is fixe
be responsible lor any latter,
above ships, for winch a bill
freight or pas
d22 R,,-4 i: 1 KER

f For the better accommodation
despatchch a ship from this po
20th and 25th of each month,
and continuing until May, wh
pois.ed for the remainder oft'..-
anc disappointments will be ..-r' -
months. The following ships
Ship YAZOO, CFpt. Corne
Ship OC- NEE Capt.
Ship GAS'ION Capt
Ship HUNTSVILLE, Capt. .
Ship MEMPHIS, Capi,
Ship LOUISA, Capt.
rhese ships were all buil
el'presly for packets, areof a
etillF 's, '.. ie coppered and
aer-'mriu.l obr tn asen
Tney are commanded by exp
make every exertion to give
will at all times be towed up d
steamboats, and the strictest p
of sailing. Neither the owner
Will be responsible fer iwPrl p
ver or plated ware, (.r ip r
ges sent by or put on .. 1r.., r
lading are taken l for the sam
pressed. For frijrht
E.K, fJ',LLINt. :. is,
..rilULLIN l\ F
t flew Orleans, ,ui., sB, t,..u
Aeir add
The ships of this lina. vs w
advertised, and great sae wi
errectly measured.

Shio LORENA, -
This line will consist of n
as to despatch three ships
quires it. These ships are
pressly for the trade, of th
copper fastened, with ext
modations and commanded b
ill sail punctually as ad
bailing falls on Sunday, th
day following. The price of
quors. All goods forwarded
shipped free


Ship EM B LEM,
New Brig ALMEDA,
These v,-selsaate of light
pressly for the Vtade, of th
teed and o.jjium.t.], w
and will ,.,il,11 isa
sailing falls on Sunday, the
following. The price of pass
All goods forwarded to the
free of c

The rnew rnig EMELIN,
" .. SAMSON. A. Sa
S J. D. NOYES, S. W.
The subscribers have esta
packets, lo continue in the
and to run in regular succ
class of vessels, built in th
materials fo thie Southe
able and aspt iecced mast
the vessels, and will sail
All goods sent to the subs
free of c


Srig MCO REA, Geo.
eri ,--'---
I 1 these vessels are of ligh
best materials and copper
dations, and will sail p
The price of passage i
All g ods forwarded to the
fed Iree of
s1l E D..,HHURLRI &
-f gEr tlerner's asri ld, i
only Ihe price of g.a.l lam
will he found not only exce
sectlysafe and h
112 40 & A. LANE, 11 an


To sail from New-York on th
from Havre 1st, 8th and 24th
FromNew- York.
Mar. 8A
July 8> Ship ARGO. C.A
Nov. 8)
July 16> FRANCOfS Il1,A.
Nov. 16)
4(ar. 24)
hiiv 24 > Ship BURGUNDY,
q.)v. 24)
April 8M
Aug. 8> Ship EMERALD,.
Dee. 8)
April 1
Aug. 16< Ship RHONE J..J1 tn.
Dee. 16 (
April 24 J
Aug. 24 Ship V1LLE D
'Dec. 24 ) Cht-. Stod
May 8
Sept 8 Ship ALBANY, W
Sept. 16>S'oipSlLVIE
Jan. 16 W. C. Thom
May 4J)
Set l.l t Ship L. PHILIP
Jan. 24M
June 8)
Oct. 8 Ship DUCHESS
Feb. 8) A. Richard
June 16
Oct. 16> Ship SULLY, W
Feb. 16
June 24
Oct. 24< Ship IOWA, D.
Feb. 24 1
Theie ships are all of the
handed, with superior and
passengers, comprising al
comfort and
The rice of passage to Ha
oat wines wh-ch will be f
hoard, when required,

To sail on the 1st, 10th,
This Line of Packets wil
of the following ships, whi
in the order in which they
ly from New-York and Ports
20th, and from London on
every month through
From N. York.
Jan. 1
May lIST. JAMES, W. S.
Sept. 1
Jan. 10 )
Septl0 I
.ian.20 .
May20 7 v
Feb. 1 y
Oet. 1
Feb. 10 )
JunelO > C UEBEC F. H. H
Oct. 10 ) D
lF'eb.20 1
Mar. 1 Ne hip VICTO
July I. .e... 1
Nov. 1 D Eu. M. ogo
July 10 S. "Chadwick.
Nov.101 SDn"7Jn
Mar.20 uENDRICry M
Nov.20 0.n Moore.
14r. 1 1
Aeg. I >ONTARIO, W. K.
Dec.I I
Apr. IC)
Aug.10 TORONTO, R.H. G
Deo.10 J
Thliese ships are all of the
burthen, and are commanded
navigators. Great care wi
wines, stores. &c., are of
price of c.'1in passage is
fo'- each ad." without wi
captaiPst .1ce twieownerso
sponsible for any letters,
them, unless regular biils
Apply to GRINI
78 South s
or to JOHN

The Old Line of Packets for
ed in the following order, ex
*lay falls on sunday, the sh
Front New York.From Liv
Jan. 1 I
Sept. 1) C. a
Jan. 19 7
Sept 19 D G. BS
Feb. 1)
tune 1 I The COLUMBUS-T
Oct. It Col
Feb. 19)
June :9 9 The ENGLAND-7
Oct. 19) Wa
Mar. 1)
July 1 The OXFORD--00to
Nov. 1)
Mar. 19)
July 19 New ship MONTEZ
Nov. 19) A. B. Lo
April i)
Aug. I .The EUROPE-618t
Dec. 1 be
tug. 19 The NEW YORK-9
Dec. 19 B. Cr
Th.L sa .1.1 r. not surpassed
art L k ., accommoda r
i .ai isels., .in.,
1 i,, . '.- s- well k..r ao r c
and experience ; and the strict
paid to promote the comfort
Prnctuality as regards the day
.as her
The price of rpi, .s. outward
which ample .r,; i every d
with the exception of wines a
aisied by the ste
Neither the captains or the
responsible for any letters, p
unless regular bille of l
For freight or p
^Hosken, R. N., Con
M | to sail for t
Froe. N
Thursday, 16th Mar
Thursday, llth M
Thursday, 29th
Thursday, 24th Aug
Thursday, 12th Oct
Thursday, 7th Dec
From E
Saturday, lth Feb'y.,
Saturday, 15th Apr
Saturday, 3d Jun
Saturday, 29th Ju
Saturday, 16th Septe
SaturdIay, 4th Nov., fro
For freight or passage, or
personally or
HESE instruments are to
SON'S, S Astor House. Of
struction, they require mere
of the ear to give immediate

Persons, non-residents of
mittance of 5 dollars, car
post, or if desired, a
N. B. Agent for the
and other kinds, for saie
Eagle Gunpowder, i nt cannis
Eagle Powder is warranted c
er than any other Sporting
The different kinds of Eagl
quality, being manufacture
of materials of equal purit
size of t
Superfine Sporting Powd
the largest grain being desi
Also, Gupowder in kegs, w
lity, of the f
F FF and FFF glazed,
Cannon, or Muske
These three last kinds ar
ing of the quality manufac
Navy. They answer the bes
count of their ve
117 No Powder warrant
is purchased from one agent
be supplies
Wilmington, Del.
cheapest and best store in
French Porcelain Dinner S
White Granite
French Porcelain Plates 1s
k" Tea Cups and
S Egg Cups,
Wines, from
Lemonades handled
A very superior assortment f
the set of
22. SIPO
H the most approved patted
this week or ne
ja201 n
S just received by the ship
and oier for sal
150 pipes Med
400 bags prime Gov
12 easka Dutch Ombro Ma

Great Reduction isn the prico
I I'm aw-ftinrf

Oi and after Monuriday, Februa
wtll be reduced to th
On Atlantic street, f -("IR.
Bedford and East N. Y. 12
Brushville, 311 cents
Hempstead, 37* do
Westbury, 431 do
Farmingdale, 62* do
Suffolk Sta
Horse Manure pr load, 121 tis.
Street do ie do 15
Ashes do do 1
Bone,per bushel, 2
Lime, loose, do
Wood,dryoak,prcord,75 i
Wood,dry pine, do 75
Hay, per cwt., 4
Potatoes, per bushel, l
Live Stock, horses pr hea
Cattle, per head,
Calves, 181 cents
Sheep and Lambs, 10
Meats, Poultry. Fish and Ga
Washington Markets, 181 cent
191 cents through. N. B. All

New Arrasgement-Comm
Fare Reduced to T
From the foot of Courtlandtst
Leave New York.
At 9 o'clock, A. M
11} 55 "
12 P M
1 '
41.P N
7 '*
ON SUNDAYS from the foo
Leave New York, at 9 o'c
Leave Newark, at
New York and
Leave New York L
9 A.M.
2 P.M. I
2} "

The trains for Westfield, Pl
ville, te connect with the
from New York, daily
Fare between New York and E
New York and Some
New York, Rahway a
From foot ol Courtlandt
Leave New Fork. Lee
2} P.M.
47 "

On Sunday the 51 and 71 A
wick, and 29 P. M. trains
Fare between New York and
do. Rahway
The fare in il. j ad d 7*
wick, and 21....i it P. M. tr -
reduced. Between New 1-.
cents; Rahwa
Newark, Elizabethtown, R
passengers who procure their t
ceive a ferry ticket gratis.
conductors only on th
The Commutation fare betw
and intermediate places, .i;-
reduced to $50 per year.
New York, $75 per year.

Daily, (Sundays excepted,) a
No. 2, North River, near
By steamboat to South Amboy
railroad, and arrive in Phi
Fare to Philadelphia.....
Forward deck passengers to h
To Spotswood and West's....
To South Amboy...........
To Perth Amboy ..........
To Freehold and Monmout
town ...................
Passengers for Trenton will
ladeiphia at 3 P. M. at Bor
Forward deck passenger
Breakfast and dinne
Breakfast 50 cent
All Baggage at the
Via Newark, New Brunswick
den'own and Burlington

Leaves Nets York, from foot
at 9 o'clock Jl. M..,
The lines proceed direct t
deiphia,) without
Passengers will procure their
Cosrtlandt street, where a co
readiness with bagg
Philadelphia baggage crates a
without beina op
Each train is provided with
apartments and dressing rooms
Returning, the Lines leave
of Walnut street, by sailro
anit 5
S The lines for Baltimore, le
A. M. and 4 P. M., being a c
New York.
BOWNE & CO. No. 149 Pea
street, have bfor sale at
1000 reams of low priced
500 do fine
1000 do superfi
Quills-A large assortment of
the different numbers.
Quills of.,1i in-. hi,'i-r i,,i.
Russia Q u.i ir, i.
Websteris Elementa
English Lead Pen
Sealing Wax, t
Wafers, the best Eng
Do. d
Pass Books, Copy Books an
1, 2,3 and 4
A large assortment of Accou
Day Books, and all other kin
Stephens's Blue Ink, in
Maynard and Noyes' black I
English and Americ
Do do
Do do do
10, 15, and 2
5,Roulett's In
Advance Books,
Boxwood Sand Box
rd Cocoa d
Red Taper, wide and narrow
kept by S
For sale by
sep2 No. 149
LINIMENT are the most e
plications ever invented.
leigh estimation by the Med
patronised and highly appr
and Nobility, and are now of
the grea'.st confidence to
tain cure for the diseases
the following table, by whi
five different kinds of Cerat
virtue, as does a
No. 1, Plain-In cases of g
ed sore throat, swelled lace
inflammation, boils, bruises,
yans, mosquito or other ven
swelled feet
No. 2, Camphorated-In rhe
ca, paralysis, sprains, cram
swellings, scrofulous tum
hooping cough, cramp, c
No. 3, Emollient-For choppy
No. 4, Balsamic-For brui
the skin is broken,
No. 5, Sulphurated-In sal
craw craws, sc
The Liniment is applied i
used, but is a more power
and testimonials will acco
sold at 37$ cents, 87 cents
the Liniment 87$ cents
iaA7 8
DIARIES FOR 1843-Jansen
incidents, &c. &c., containi
Commissioners of Deeds, Ma
Postage, Foreign Consuls, Ba
Neebitt's Diamond Diary, c
lion for the use of L
Bowne & C

Desilvvr's Pocket Book and
Merchants, members ofthe B
eral, for sale by
Suffer for sale in lo
Old Yellow Government Ja
Government Banc
Caraccas Indigo as
uperori Hollan
Rhenish Wine of the be
5ri ss Kettles, assorted
50 baskets andicases of th
and f
10 tube Parm
60 boxes fresh Macco
29 cases Palesi's Rooi.i-j,
from Leghorn,
ing from schr Bo
mhl74 Suhsr
W HALEBONE-20,000 lbe of
the Noithwest Coast o


On and after Monday, Febru
will run a
Leave Suffolk Station at
Deer Park, )
New York,
Brooklyn, U
Leave Jamaica at
New York,
Suffolk Station,
SDeer Park,
Hicksville & Hempte
The 41 P. M. trains r
The Sunday 4j P. M. train

14 72
15 77
16 84
17 86
18 89 9
19 90
20 91
21 92
22 94
23 97
24 99
25 1 00
26 1 07
2711 1
28 1 20
29 1 28


30 1 31
31 1 32
32 1 33
13 I 34
it i 35 1
35 1 36
36 1 39
37 1 43
38 1 48
39 1 57
40 I 69
41 1 76
42 1 85
43 1 89
44 1 90
45 1 01 9

4-6 92
47 1 93
45 1 94
49 1 95
50 1 96
51 1 97
52 2 02
53 2 10 2
54 2 18
55 2 32
56 2 47
57 2 70
58 3 14
1i9 3 67
o60 4 35

Trustees residing
Goold Hoyt, New-York;
Henry Rankin, do.
H. D. BULiCLY, M. D. Ph
J. N. PERKINS, Cashier
Agent in New.York.
New York, 9th
At an Election for twenty.t
Institution, held on Monday, 1
tlemen were elected
J. Smyth Rogers,
John Adams,
James McBride,
John Haggerty.
Gulian C. Verplanck
John Johnston,
Thomas Suffern,
James Bryar,C. V, S.
John I. Palmer,
Peter Lorillard, Jr.
James McCall,
Robert M
And at a subsequent meeting
ROGERS was unanimously ele
ing year.
NY, with a cash capital o
And notes now subsc
plan for...............
Persons wishing to participate
pany, are informed that the
make Insurances on Marine
favorable to the applicants,
pany will be disposed to settle
and liberality, as to warren
The Board of Trustees have
insured the means beth of saf
that when the plan for accompin
it will be foun
Under the Charter of mis Co
ficates of earnings over $500,0
ly, which is a result that wil
Walter R. Jones,
Josiah L. Hale,
George Griswold,
Jonathan Goodhue,
Elisha Riggs,
Henry Parish,
Thomas LilestnA,
Henry Coit,
Charles H. Russell,
E. D. Hurlbut, RichardT
Joe. W. Alsop, junr.
John C. Green,
Win. S. Wetmore
A-jg'-j i-, A rri.
T n, J.:.i T" J-..r...,
Lowell Holtrook,
P.A. Hargous,
Edward H. Gillilan,
Meyer Cans,
Win. C. Pickersgi
1e24 tI JOSIAH L
saale by the
Doaner's double
Do single
Do No 1 h
De No 1 h
Do best ca
Do card s
Do clipp
Do unc
Do white
Ruessler's AA
Do B
Do No 3
Do ear
Do unclip
8 cases Brabandt Coney F
3 cases London
7 bales bast Saxony Lamb
manufacture o
C NACES.-The subscriber
Water street. Stimpson's
Ranges, calculated for th
chimneys, economy in4uel,
peciallv for carrying off the
are so offensive in cooking
Range is warranted to perfo
cases. Any information in
obtained by calling
Bryanit & HErm.Ii',ns Hrt-Ai
churches, public building
dred of them have been p
ity, and have given universe
naces erected by the subscr
in all cases. CHA
New-York. Sept., 18412
The subscribers beg leave to
they have received a large a
some the most elegant to b
which, with a variety ai miew
they call the attention of
purchasing elsewhere

SURANCE CO., No. 5 Wall
Buildings, Manufactories Goo
ture, &c. &c on the
T. BuLL. Jun.Secretar.
PANY, No. 56 Wall street,
dollars, which is well secu
continues to insure, and at
or damage
T. BULL, Ja., Secreta.
PANY,-This Compapy continue
No. 56 Wall street, to insure
Merchasn lies. Household Fu
Samuel F. Mott,
Peter H. Schenck
David L. Haigh A
Win. Wallace,
Win. F. Mott,
Elisha Riggs,
Rufus L. Lord,
E. J. Anderson,
Thomas Barron.
Henry J. Pierson,
Samuel V.
T Secured Profit
HIS Company continues t
vorable terms. And the prof
the premium
Zebiedee Cook,Jr.,
Gulian C. Verplanok
Robert B. Misturn,
Pelatiah Perit,
Charles H. Russell,
Andrew P. Pillot,
David Hadden,
John D. Van Beuren
Herman Oelrichs,
Alfred Pell,
Henry W. Hicks
Samuel F. Dorr,
NSURANCE against loss
reduced rates by th
John L. Bowne, C
John R. Willis,
Silas Hicks,
Robert C. Cornell,
James Barker,
Benjamin Corlies,
Henry H. Lawrence,
Stephen Van Wyek,
Robert D. Weeks,
George Hussay,
Uriah F. Carpet
Ebenezer Cauldwel
Morris Ketchum,
Joshua S. Underhill,
John Wood,
Benjamin Strong,
Win. H.
JAS. WILKiS, Secretary
$300,000-Office No. 54
pany continues to make i
damage by fire, and
Rensselaer Havens,
Cornelius W. Lawren
Najah Taylor,B. L.
J. Ph.llips Phonix, h
Fanning C. Tucker
lohn Morrison,
David Lee,
John D. Wolfe,
Caleb 0. Halstead,
Henry G.
L. PHILLIPS. Secretary
COMPANY, will effect .nsa
office, No. 15 Wall street,
the Company i
Table of Ithe rates of Insur-a
a singleif

over three hundred applicat
premiums on which are upwar
dollars, will grant insuran
Principle, at their Office,
may effect insurance with
lives or the lives of other
duration of life, or
The terms of insurance ar
any similar institution
The nett profits of the bu
be divided among the insu
mount of premium paid b
the chatter, the liabilities
their than the amount of th
by them.

The Rates of Insurance on
Single Lifefr On

0. G -4 .

14 72 861 5330 1 31 t 3
15 77 88 1 56 3 1 32 1
16 84 901 62 321 33 1 4
17 86 91 1 65 331 34 1
18 89 92 1 69 34 35 1
19 90 9311 73 35 1 36 1
20 91 95 1 7736 11 391
21 92 971 82 37 1 43 1
22 94 99 1 88 38 1 48 11
23 971 031 9339 1 57 1
24 091 071 98 40 1 691
25 100 1 12 2 04 41 1 78 1
26 1 07 1 172 11 12 1 85 1
27 1 12 1 23 2 17 43 1 89 1
2E 1 20 1 282 24 44 1 90 1
2c 1 28 1 352 31 45
Morris Robinson,
Denning Duer,
Robert B Minturn,
Mortimer Livingston,
Theodore Sedgwick,
Stacy B Collins,
John W Leavitt,
Henry J Anderson,
James S Wadsworth,
Philip S Van Renisela
Gouverneur M Wilkin
John V L Pruyn,
Thomas W Olcott,
Charles L Livingston
John C Cruger, I
Alfred Pell,,
fe3 Phy

.W W

A LL PERSONS who requ
are requested to call
No. 49 Bond street, and e
provements in mechanical D
firmly to secure the tmet h in
ritation and discomfort to t
the teeth of more real use i
articulation than any thing
Dr. J. hns discovered a new
gold, and when the operati
stage of decay, the teeth a
position of this article is en
Cemenrits, and it does not c
can be filled without pain,
decayed, and in a few hour
hard as the teeth, and they p
had ever existed. It is the
going badly decayed teeth,
11? A remedy that will upo
paralyze the nerve, and in a
B3j' Publir Institutions a
to Colleges and Semi
References-Rev. Dr. Brow
Rev. Dr. Hutton, Rev. Geoo.
M. D., J. R. Manly, M. D.,
gent, M. D., B. Ogden, M.
t.f Supreme Court, David
cery, J. Nelson, M. D., A.
derburgh, M. D., J. ". Gra
M. D., Rev. D. Knox, W.C
J. A. Houston, M. D., J. M
U'. M. Livingston, Esq., A
peyster, Esx., with many o
dviduals of the first respe
at wholesale.-The subsc
customers and the public i
sortment of Dry Goods for
tensive variety, ordered exp
which are 5, 6, 10 and 12-4
Silesia do, 5,6, 8, 10 and
5, 6 and 10-4 Russia do, S
TABLE LINEN-6, 7,8,10
mask Table Cloths; 7, 8, 10
6, 7, 8 to 9-4 English do do
ed diaper do do; 6, 7, 8 to 12
10 4 Irish diaper and damas
lish diaper ; 6,7,
TOWELLING-5-8 to 4.4 d
napkins; 5.8 to 4-4 Kin.s
Scotch huckaback, 3-4 borde
ish huckabmack, 7-8 do do do;
4 Irish bird
rose blankets; 9,10, 11, 12
ed; 9, 10, 11, 12 to 14-4 qu
to 14-4 summer quilts, 3-4 b
counterpanes, fo
table covers; 11 4 dod n do pi
their with 5-4 Irish linen,
superior bleach; long law
brick handkerchiefs; pongee
and silk hosiery; fine flanne
6 and 7-5 cotton sheeting; b
zes; cambric jaconet and mu
and bombazines, &c. &c. &
the best descriptions, and w
For sale very low. wh
R. & A. LANE, 14 a
Merchants from neighboring
espectfully invited to call
roods, of extra aualityv, at
W IN US, TEAS, &c.-Th
sale the follow
Madeira Wines-Sereial, B
stitution, Brahmin, Old Por
in wood a
French and German Mners
Cantenac Larose, ilinbrii,or,,
Chateau Margaux, Saultern
brunner. Hockh
Spirits-Old Otard, Cham
Jamaica and St. Croix Ruc,
-mngahela Whiskey, Peach
tavia A
Cordials-Of eve
Sugars-Loaf, Crushed an
St. Croix and
Cofdes-Old Government Jv
London Sauces and Pic
Porter and Ale-Best L
Stout, and Scotch Ale
Champagne Wines-Heids
Venage, Lord Durham, Cab
Havana Segan, of t
Mushroons, Peas, Salmon
in cannisrers, L
Spices, Fruits, &c.
Family Flour in who
All the above are of the cho
fered for sale on the most
1les to suit
fe3 N .P.HON.CP.
THE public is invited to in
of these usrivalled Lamps,
ed by the subscriber, compr
rich assortment that he will
finest lot of goods in the line
ceunnry. An early examination
the stock is complete, as the
early part of the season were
ny parties were disapp
The goods just received com
tiles of that exquisite tast
turers, such as porcelain s
ecapes of figures, some colored
porcelain shades for libraries
renaissance and gilt, for two
and globes, coloured and cu

Some important improveme
manufacture of the lamps now
ing them unquestionably the
most economical lamp extant.
lished, and any one at all sc
convinced of it by calli
E. D.
Depn o-i M).:hTos,lil Li
The PSimst8L. ,ai.- wr,.', ir,.e
fcr 1-il irim itie Ia,'.i ithat i ie
is inIs city are hiL
Astor House,
N. Y. Society Library
Pars Place Haae.S
Cafe T
They are also to be found
ings throughout the country,
perfect satisfaction.
AVA COFFEE-200 bagsp
11011itGys hw
(Staffordshire) bar an
aplO 3t DAVIS, BRO

with a capi
is now doing business on a pli
giving the assured a participa
pany, with the additional guar
furnished by the pledg
This Conmpany is prepared t
and Inland Risks on the most
will be liberally an
Simeon Baldwin
Justus Harrison
William W. Todd
JosephFoulke, Jr.
Robt. H. McCurdy
Russell Stebbins
Win. Augustus Whi
Jasper Grosvenor
Anton G. Phelps
Charles Brugiere
James G. Stacey
Dennis Perkins
Charles Kneeland
Edward Benient
Samuel Byerley
W IL.tAM W. DIBBL, Secre
A statement showing the inve
will be open for the inspect
business with the Camnany.

skins, white and
mh30 BOWNE &
SALAD OIL-Bordeaux an
and boxes, Also, very ch
es, each 30 bett
the finest quality and o uio
which are Chocolat a la van
lait d'amandes, an lichens,
ap825 59r da
mer Flannels of superior ki
ont received from auction, a
-retail by
TOBACCO-18 hhids receive
sale by DEPEYS
ap 8 ,
ferentqualities, some ve
R.& A.
ap3 Noe. I&
PIG IRON-I150 tons No. I B
ville- charcoal man
aplo 8t DAVIS, BRO
l quality, assorted Non. 18
ap 1 I w
MV for sale by
S packages, for sale
aplO 4___
200 boxes assorted sizes
purchasers by
ap8 .
HA&lPAIGN ', IN i.-Hei
S J. C., Tipfecanoe, Denoge,
ham and oiler laoriLe I.-t
sale b N P HOSACK
W HALF. OIL-300 hbla W
Lhe Norlhaesl| Coast o
for sleby GRINN




dozen of Ladies' super
Hose, just received by the su
and Gloves o
mh29 between
offer for sale a Telesco
and a quarter inches apert
ifcal length; it is mounted
the great telescope at Do

EDand black Canton Iik.
& lotIsalr i.y
mlil 14fo Pe rl sire_
I delphia a[test. Perry'si
elng., for sale by
nmhl Stationers.
P I K jlN-35JU tons PeeI
fiom the Vctoria Furna
Hemstite Ore, No I Foundr
struigent snd smoothest eas
fkrge lion Iii pudlng
m3 90 Pi
cas Indigo,for
d232 1Nstt
iN 1 t.,OLD CLlN 'I Au
ne oling to an Act of Co
for s'ie by BWNE
mhi7 14
bridge's superior English
,179 8 OL1 net
E Eri gish. i
IG IRUN-30u LIns of ti
Goidonr," Muunt Vern
SO 21 Br

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James Leaox vs. S
State of N
In pursuance of a decretal o
made in the above entitled ca
the First Circuit, will be sol
&Rollins, Auctioneers, under
ber, one of the masters of sai
change, in the city of New Yo
1843, at 12o'clock, noon, ol t
or parcel of land situate in
New York, containing two l
Hammond to Perry streets
gather are bounded as follows,
Hammond street; southerly b
land formerly of William L. v
field ; and westerly by land
owned in rt by the said Jo
thew McDonald, containing i
twenty-five feet, and on Perry
length on each side one hun
same more or less ; also all t
eel of land, situate, lying,
the city of New York, and bo
on the southerly side of Hammon
twenty-five feet, eastwardl
its intersection with the eas
and running thence eastward
Hammond street twenty-five f
allel with Bleecker street nin
thence westwardly parallel
five feet ; and thence north
street, ninety-sitx feet and eig
ning ; also, all those three c
or parcels of land situate in
New York, on the southerly
tween Asylum and Bleecker str
jacent to each other, and ta
Iolilows, to wit : northerly
southerly in the rear ol land
part thereof now of said Joh
now or late of Mathew McDona
which Fosdick and now ol sai
by land late of Christopher
Wright, containing together
mond street aforesaid, and als
and in length on each side nin
certain other lot, piece or par
ward on the easterly side o
street, between Perry and Ha
early in front by Bleecker str
ground formerly of the said
said John Wright; northerly b
Christopher Beakley south
the said Aaron Henry,and now
containing in breadth, in fron
and also in the rear, twenty-t
i,-. *i. i ..-0 ,,.?1, thirty-three fe
;-li "*..l, ialL3
mh23 2aw ts
In pursuance ofan order of
entitled cause, will be sold a
reaction of the subscriber, one
Chancery, at the Merchants'
York, by E. G. Buoling, Auc
April next, at 12 o'cloc
All that certain stableor te
ate in the Eleventh Ward ofe
the premises which by deed
1833, made between Peter Gera
New York, and Helen his wife
Geer, of the same place, build
cribed as lbiows, namely :
All those certain 3 lots of
ofthe City of New York, an
as follows : Beginning at a p
of Ninth street, and where the
ly distant from the north co
Ninth street; and running th
northeasterly side of Ninth st
easterly in a line parallel
thence southeasterly in a lina
feet ; then southwesterly in a
ue 92 feet, to the place of be
reference to the said Deed, or t
ofRegister of the City and Co
of conveyances, page 493,
whole of which 3 lots ofgroun
lots, on which stables are er
alley of the width of 15 fee
thereof for the common benefit
the owners of said stables,
as by reference to a map
filed in the office of Regi
of New York, will more fn
lot and stable thereby inten
on the said map by thu No.
the premises intended ton be
by Ninth street, northerly by
said map as No. 2, and east
the centre of the cour, or al
Lafayette Court, and contain
side and northerly side inclu
of Lafayette Court, 37 ?fee 6
westerly sides thereof 23 feet
expressly agreed and understo
common court or alley called
the common use, benefit and a
the several stables and to be
tween them.-Dated. New
Master in Chancer
R. J. Dillon. Solicitor.
IN CHANCERY.-Before th
Samuel WarJ, Adminisrat
Ward, deceased, vs. B
State of Ne
In pursuance of a decretal or
made in the above entitled ca
the First Circuit, will be sol
Dumont, auctioneer, under th
one of the Masters of said
change, in the city of New Yo
1843, at 12 o'clock, noon, of
of land and dwelling house th
Lafayette Place, in the city o
the houses and lot on Lafaye
counting from the southernmo
with columns erected by Seth
easterly by Lalayette Place,
through the middle of the
ranted and the house next
Lee, and by a continuation of
hundred and thirty-seven feet si
of Lafayette Place, westerly in
Lafayette Place and drawn th
ly by a line running through te mid
the house now granted and the hou
or formerly of Seth Gear, and
thel said rear boundary which
southerly sides of the said h
said adjoining houses, which
seven feet, more or less.-
1843. 3 L
mh23 2awts
Sthe Vice Chancelloro
The Mercantile Insurance
Christopher H
In pursuance of a decree of
State of New Yoek, will be sol
direction of the undersigned
Court, at the Merchants' E
York, by John J Swift, auctio
day of April next, (A. D. 1843
All that certain lot, piece or
ing and being in the Eleve
York, en the westerly side o
tinguished on a map of one hu
situated in the Eleventh War
longing to the estate of Joh
Ewen, city surveyor, in Mar
hundred and fifty four (154),
Lewis street; westerly in the r
ed on said map by the number
(151),: northerly by lot dis
number one hundred and fift
premises hereinafter deacrib
front twenty four feet six
four feet four inches, and
side seventy six lee t nine
side seventy three feet six
tain other lot of ground adjo
premises, bounded and contai
erly in iron: by Lewis street
westerly in the rear by part
and fifty one, twenty four fee
above described premises eigh
Dated New York,
BiciHeUs H. BOWNE. Comp
the Vice Chancellor ol th
worth vs. The New York &
In pursuance of adecretal o
ry, made in the above entitled
auction, under the direction
Masters of said Court,by S.
tme Merchants' Exchange, in
13th day of April eext, at 12
All that certain lot of la
at Harlaem, in the I2th
York, between One Hun
and One Hundred and Twen
west by the Fourth Avenue as
hundred and forty feet; east b
Fourth Avenue (widened as a
ninety feet therefrom; north
Hundred and Twenty-fifth st
thereof at the distance of fo
southerly by a line drawn
Twenty-fifth street at the dist
and one quarter inches the
lot being twenty.eight feet e
an inch in front and rear, an
side. Dated New Yor
mh21l2awtst J. A. SI
Portfolios, and a great va
be had at the celebrated m
William street.

In Bank
NOTICE to show cnaus
lyn, to be declared Bank
1843, I
Auciioneer, (and as one ot
& Jones, and Jones & Scot
rupt, Saturday, May 27,18

Corporation A

on the Stocks of the Cit
first day of May, will be p
W. Lawrence, Esq. Chamberl
fice, in the Bank oil the S
books will be closed on Mond
Comptroller's O
March 29th. 1843.
N OTICE-Persons taking
contracts expire on the
who intend that the supply
that day, are informed that
lie given in writing at the
Board en or before the 1st of
will be chargeable for the
the ue of the water to the
or renewed en application a
paid in advance. In all ca
and unpaid ten days after it
the Corporation of New Yor
Water tenants are reminded
applications the supplying
is forbidden under the pena
payments and the sto
By order, A. B. BIG
Office of the Crot
March 22d, 1843.


ROUSSEAU, assisted by
a School, 113 Bleecker s
-the course of instruction
French languages and all
liberal and bril
To Ladies wishing to revi
SFrench language, Madames
from 5 to
School of Drawing and Pai
E. ROUSSEAU gives lesson
to 3 o'clock, 3 times a w
make a special study of Dra
receive lessons every day
Class from 6 to 9 o'clock
from busits or statues
Mr. Rousseau paints portr
at the ests
For persons unwilling to
R. paints Cabinet portraits
J. D. KINSLEY, a graduate of
cademny, and for many years i
institution, residing on his f
will receive into hin family a
pupils, in the usual branches
tion ; and, if desired in so m
pare them to
The acatleisic year will consa
sach. The winter term will
member, and close on the 31
en the 1st of Ma), and close
Pupils will be received at a
be continued during vacation fo
nay wish to remain, at the s
Expenses.- For board, tuitio
and usel, per term for pupils
Over 12 years and undorl%,
Over 17 years
Payments to 0e made q
For any period Ies" than tw
030 per
Books, stationery, and cloth
sonable terms, at thei
The course of instruction wi
of an English education ; vi
composition, declamation, geo
arithmetic, algebra, geometr
and surveying j and for those
course et civiIenigmeering, n
and astronomy : &also moral p
tion of the United States antd
(n the French languaiee, the
grammar, and the reading a
aiAnd in Latin and Greek, the
rtshman class oYaleoll
On the Sabbath, besides atte
lesson will be required from
whole system of instruction wi
he way be should go." which
The Chaplain ot the U. S Mi
supervise the course of mer
Although it is sUt the design
provide a military education,
or guardians, pupils will be
ry drill of the soldier as co
eax w,.,1 r-. L
1hr5rt, U'r ltr
'1 hi r-., gio .r,,n iur li,, in
the school will be strict, and
No pupil of vicious habtile wil
school a single dlay ; and,
every tupil will be required t
tirely from the use of tobacco
o,.eferenc es Col 8 Thar
right, NeweYork; Rev'd B S e
Albany; Prof sor Charles Da
Dix. Albany; Ja's V Schoon
Lindlsley, Nas
Tte undersigned have been
Itr. hinaley for many years,
ity i0 ascertaining his qnatl
bvith confidence recommend
muarlians of youth as fully e
0. H. Malian. Professor o
Bartlett, ProProt'Nat. and Exp
Pr)tl'r ofMathemnatica- J. W
Mm. and Geology; M. P Parl
EW CHART; &c.-E.
ijst published, in one the
Marks to New Or cans, compr
including those of Capt. A.
M issis
Also, Bowditch's Nav
Blunt's Coast P
Books of Brections, Hflors
tory, Nautical Almanac
Charts of Indian and Paci
required b
Chronometers of the most appro
cases warranted to perform
Ship Compasses, B.rome
Glasses, Cases of Mathematica
Octants, Quadrants., &o
HOIiE- WINES-Il do EIr, E ---
C. Leroy, Bayard It Co., in 181
8 dozen South side vintage 1
10 Star wines from a pri
20 Sercial vintage
30 Amelia Ma
21 Blackburn's Made
the benefit of
10 Old Reserve, vin
6 Old Reserve,
12 India So
10 Leal Ma
10 Rapid
6 Juno, b
15 Santa
12 Edward
30 Tontins, from
10 South side Madeira
6 Moantiro, bottled in
10 Brahmi
S '" Grate, Phila
l3 Blackburn's "F
via Canton, 184, a
1 Olivera," impor
2 do do
8 Wardropse Made
3 Blackburn "Bed He
leans i
4 Old Ca
3 Wandere
Also, in demijohns of various
which has been in g
Also, Pa:s, Brown and Gold
quality, in boxes, each 1
various private stocks and wa
be sold in lots to
next door it
Orders from other places for
will receive attention.
-A large invoice of Ladi
and colored Enghsih spun
just received and now open-
low prices, wholesale or