The Pennsylvanian
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Title: The Pennsylvanian
Uniform Title: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. 1832)
Alternate title: Daily Pennsylvanian
Physical Description: v. : ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Mifflin & Parry
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: July 12, 1837
Publication Date: 1832-1855
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
frequency varies[ former ]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 9, 1832)-v. 42, no. 156 (Dec. 28, 1855).
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
Numbering Peculiarities: Scattered issues are misdated.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Dec. 27, 1855 is numbered v. 42, no. 154-5.
General Note: Publishers: Hamilton & Forney, <1846-1848>.
General Note: Contains: "To the people of the United States."
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00073675:00014
 Related Items
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832: Triweekly)
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832: Weekly)
Related Items: Dollar weekly Pennsylvanian
Succeeded by: Daily Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1855)

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Pubulihed by HMfllin & Parry--No 99 Souti Second Street, [T
TVOL* VI n.DAI. DNoIPPaper$discontinued ED E AYRuntil allMORNING JL

E]A WEEK $5 00-WEEKLY $ 2 00-Halfyearly in Advance.
arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the Publishers. -

NO. 1545

CAMDEN & AMBOY RAIL ROAD LINES O PTOI 'Si URG, Entrance both from Shriver's Courtand8thSt. ANNUITY AND TRS N OTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN, that th following
,t H T'S. Medical HouAseOrot thenmed persons did, on the dates affixed to their
FOR NEW YORK. ViaHarrisburg ai-ioad and Pennsylvania Canal, R'. HUETS Medical e, for the reef(ep l ANNUITY AND TRUST COMPANY OF n persons did, o d
ST/rouh in 3 Day. of rheumatic pain eeret disease, or eonumption. PHILADELPHIA. names, file the accounts of their administration to the
Ther Far b th abv Lin he Dr. maybe consulted trom morning till 11 o'clock rIHE Girard Life Insurance Annuity and Trust estates of those persons deceased, and Guardians and
an h as this daey the above Line at n.b.-PatiGnts.arereeiVed on boardat this establish CompanyofP ladelphia, incorporated by the Trustees'accountse.4c.whose names areundermention-
At 6 and 9 oa.Lgsaclock, ..rM. h witgasO this day been reduced, and N. B.-Pntta arereeied o ar at tha e- o nn aia ed, in the O office of theRegister for the Probate of Wills,
eiN ands eaer Saturday, the 13th instant, passengers -9idcm ts ,n and granting Letters of Ade inistration, in and for the
W ainake r Seraboat New 3 adeinia, P aso travellers for a quick, pleasant and cheap journey Philadelphla, Dec, 15, 183a. Capital of $300,000, city and county ofPhiladel phiaand that the same will
ain D. S. Craven o of ChesnutStreet Wharf, da to the w est. The Express Line consists of entirely I do hereby cetify, tht Iwasaflicted wthamalignant C A T R PERPETUAL, be presented to the Orphans' Court of thesaid ciy and
lan .Crvefot fhenu~ret hrf.diy, new and splendid Boats and Cars, and has never, run dies o oginie, atiIha~d1veteda *0t ay id
(Sundaysexceped)at6oclockA.M. forBordetown, beforethis Boatson. and Cars anr medicines, but of no us. I have tied agleat many Ojffice, 159 C nut t. county, for conrmation and allowance, on the
thence to South Amboy in the Company's Cars, and eaor thea erio n Htl Doctors, but none could do me any good until I heard of Effect Insurances on Lives, grant Annuitie and En. THIRD FRIDAY IN JULY next, at ten o'clock
thence to New York by Steamboat, arriving early in Ch vesn the Ai ate O r 'clckA the celebrated Dr. HUET. I went to him-he found meini dowments, and make contracts generally into which i the morning, at the County Court House in said
the afternoon esnut streets daily, at6 o'clock, A.M. a very bad state, but he undertook to cure me on the most the contingency of life enters, upon the most ra- city.
thihe sftrnon s BOffices-No. 135 Chesnut street.one doorabove 4th; reasonable termns-o I went under his care. He gave me tS 1837
13r No Forward Deck passengers taken in this No. 51 Chesnut street; No. 1 Arcade; and American some of his medicine, and in a little tise I began to re- sonab!.e terms. 1.
Line. Hotel. A.F. GLASS, Agent. cover, and in three weeks I was perfectly cured, there- The Company will insure in future on the following May 17. Nicholas Cauvin, Executor, &c. ofthe
Fare to New York, $3 00 A. A Agent. tie can recommend all those afflicted with the same dis- terms, which are as low as those of any Office in the estate of J. BAPTISTE PIERRE
Breakfast 50 cents-Dinner 75 cents. je 5-ifdtf ea'e to the candoutr and superior knowledge of Dr HUET, United States. JOUBERT,deceased, (third account.)
9 O'CLOCK LINE, VIA CAMDEN, FARE REDUCED TO TWELVE DOLLARS. No. 7 north Eighth t. tISAAC MLLIN, Rates for Insuring $100 on a single life: 18. Rebecca Girlling, Administratrix, &c. of
On and after Saturday, the 13th instant. Northampton Cunrnty. Age. For 1 year. For 7 years. Whole Life. 1R cN
sSpannually. annually. estate of WILLIAM GIRLLING,
Passengers in this Line must previowsl secure their PIONEER FAST PACKET LINE Philadelphia, March 3, 1836. 20 $091 $0 95 $177 dec'd.
Seats at the Company's Office foot of Chesnut street. TO PITTSBURGs To DR. HUET- 25 100 112 204 18 Mar Hughes Administratrix &c ofthe
The Line will leave Chesnut St. Wharf at 9 o'- THROUOGH N TURIEE AND A HALF DAYS, Dear Sir: I return you my sincere thanks for your vaTi- 2 1 0 12 2 04 18.Mart o H N s T
cloak, A. M. precisely, for Camden, thence to Amboy, Starts Every Morning at SIX able medicine and speedy cure 3ou have made of me. I estate of JOHN HUGHES, dec'd (fi-
by the Cars, andtehenceto york, by Stabot had nmistortune to be afflicted with a disease called Go- 35 1 36 1 53 2 75
by the Cars, and thence to New York, by Steamboat. O'CLOCK, via the Philadelphia nortlicea. and not understanding it I applied tola Doctor, 405 1696 183 3 20 nal account.)
RegularLine, passage $3 00-Forward Deck, $2 25. and Harrisburg Rail-Roads and who agreed to cureme in a short time, and I paid him his 45 1 91 1 96 3 73 18. Mehehu McGlathery, Acting Adminis-
Fare to Princeton, $2 00 Pennsylvania Canal The above Line leaves the West charge. I remained untler his treatment tfor the space of 50 1 96 2 09 4 60 trator of the estate of WILLIAM MA-
de Freehold, 2 00 \ Chester House, corner of Broad and Race streets, by three mouithls, anid 1 found no relief by him. I then left
do New Brunswick, 2 50 entirely new eight wheel Cars, and Boats of the very him and applies to a celebrated Doctor-he attended me 55 232 3 21 5 78 THER, dec'd.
eih ver Buscor two tionths and more; I found no relief. I then ap- The Company accept /tsts of Estates and Proper. 20. Thomas Johnson, Administrator, &c. of
LONG BRANCH, DEAL & MANASQUAN. best description, plied to three other Doctors, but all in vain. I then gave ty, real and personal, and execute them in accordance the estate of JAMES S. JOHNSON,
Passengers for the above places will take the 6 and Travellers may rest assured that the accommodations up all hopes of ever getting cured. One day I saw Dr. with the wishes of the party; and also receive Depo- dec'd. (final account.)
9 o'clock lines of the Camden and Amboy Rail-Road of the Pioneer ,Line, are equal in all respects, if not HieI's advertisement; I then thoughtproper to try him-I sites of money on interest in one sum, or in such sums, 20. Thomas B. Priet tr Tn
Company, to IHeightstown, where Coaches will be in superior, to those of any other Line. was then at my worst state. In les than two weeks I telt weekly, monthly, or at other periods of time, as may 20 Thoma Pchet ExecutorTrs
red.OFFICE--N.g. corner of 4th and Cheut.iebt deal tter, and in two weeks more I felt myself
readiness to convey them on. F e E oe t N a utertcovered; I gained new strength and fine appetite. suit the convenience ofthedepositers. tee, &c. of the estate of THOMAS
Fare to Long Branh, $3 00 D ForSeats apply as above; at No. 200 Market and was able to attend to my business. 1 would advise all Further information and Prospectus may be had at PRICHETT, dec'd. (third account.
Fare to Dea and Manasquan, 3 50 street; N. E. corner of Third and Willow; and No. 31 who suffer under this disease to lose no time to apply te the office of the Company. 22. James Lynd and Peter Thomson, Ex-
WM. J3. WATSON, Agent. south 3d st. A. B. CUMMINGS, Agent. him,who can relieve them. I return him my sincere thanks. B.'W. RICHARDS, Pres't. ecutors, &c. of fA
r'AllbaNgageBat-theriskofits owner. N N B-This Line connects with the Mail Steam I rmeain your humble servant, JOc. F.eJAMESAo AarN
my 12--dtf Pake in fo sbrgt Luivll.HENRY BULLUCK, in Green street, Actuar. NAH SOWER, dec'd. (final ac-
myl e 2-d tfe of o r. Packet Line from Pittsburg to Louisville. No. 22 Danger's Court. GEO. W. ASH. Treasurer. mar 9--dwfd count.)
-je 3-dif count.)
C-tg f" u .LfeIsrne- e at fPeim.2.Charles Vantier, AdInsrtrdbos
Sv e Of oU9r. je,-PILOT TRANSPORTATION LINE January 10th, 1835. Life Insurances- '' Rate of Premium. 22. Charles Vantier, Administratodebons
FOn, PITTSBnu G Abouttwo yearsagoleaughtthe secretdisease, andnot THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANYnon, &. of the estateof OLIVER
CanalsandPortage nerstandzg it I applied to a Doctor, who agreed to cure PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY MENIGE, dec'd
SVia U'nion and Pennsjylt'ania Callal and orta"eme in a short time, and I paid him his charge and remain- For Insurances on Lives and 22. Charles Vantier, Administrator, &c. of
Morning Boat lor Baltimore. Rail-Road. edunderhis treatment tbr the space of three mouths, and
RAIL-ROAD LINE, W t Goods will be received and found no relief. I then left hig, and applied to another Granting Annuities the estate of ELIZABETH WAR-
,i V Castle and F enchtown., .forwarded to Pittsburg by the Doctor, and was under his care for six months, and still HaAVE adopted rates of premiums on Life Insu- REN, alias MENIGE, dec'd.
Via above Linelin asdshort time; and getting worse I was toreed to go to the Hospital, and there ranges greatly below former rates, and will now 22. Isabella Trasey, I
O N Wednesday next, the 19th of April, the Steam. above Line in as short time and remained for a long time, and got no relief; but fortunate- insure as follows, viz: .
I boat OHIO, Captain Jeffries, will leave Chesnu t atas low freight, as by any other line. Be particular ly one of Dr. Hiaet's books fell hit my baandsI; I read it insure the estate of JOHN TRASEY, dec'd.
street Wharf at o'clock in themoing, for Baltimore, in directing goods intended for this line, to the large and was inclined to try him; but my money being run out, te for sur 00 Dollars 24 Mary Sherrerd and iHenry Sherrerd,
and, continue to part daily at the.same hour until Receiving Whnarehouse in Willow street, below Third I left the Hostital in a site of despair, and went to him For I yeat. For 7 years. Whole Life
further notice, artn v i at an early hourjn the after- street. BOLTON & CO. Agents, and stated:my case- he took me in hand toe re men three per annum. per annum JOHN SHERRERD, dec'd. operators.
mar -29--dtf Philadelphia. w'eks, wlth I could not believe; but thanks be to God, in At the age of 20 years, 92 cts. 98 cs. 175 cts. JOHN SHER'
noon, when passengers may take the cars for the south one week I went to e ock, and in less than three weeks was 25 112120 I I 205 Henry D. Sherrerd.
or west.I. LEECH 4. CO.'s PACKET LINE FROM entirely well, and any one applying to you, and beiwg30 1245v 28"
PASSAGE, FourDollars doubtful of the same, can call on mei and I will satisfy 30 132 145 238 25. Samuel G. Ruggles, Administrator, &c.
FA bg t t our.Dllars.o Philadelphia to Pittsburg, them. JOHN MORTIMER. 35 153 170" 276" of the estate of HANNAH RUG-
Sbwi at te riskos fothe o etr eo Va Pennsylvania Rail-Roads and Canal, $Dr. Huet will give my direction. 40 178 195 321 (nlaccoun)
ny will not be responsible for the safety or delivery Dprsdiya 1ocok .L o t''i'4 0 2 8 GLES, dec'd. (fina con.
unless receipted for by their Agent. Departs daily at 11 o'clock, A. 45 205227384
unlessN. DAVIDSON,c Ager Agent, kM. from the corner of Broad and at hi 50 249 282 468" 27. Jacob Vansant, an Executor, &c. of the i
ap 17-dtf Chesnut street wharEf QVine streets, via Columbia Rail- DR. JAMES CAMERON, Apply at the office of the Company, No. 72 south 3d estate of ELIZABETH VANSANT,
o- Freight received and sent off daily for Balti- Road, were they arrive at 6 o'clock, P.M. sameday, -Dentist and Manufacturer of In- street. HYMAN GRkTZ, President. dec'd.
sore. and depart immediately for Hollidaysburg in the pack- corruptible Teeth, in all their mar 6-dtf SEARS C. WALKER, Actuary. 29. John Roop, Executor, &c. of the estate
ore. ets, there cross the Portage Rail-Road to Johnstown, beautiful varieties, both of porcelain and metallic MECHANICS'& TRADESMENS' of BARBARA HART, dec'd.
Sunmner Arrangement. from thence, via canal, to Pittsburg. teeth, such as has never yet been surpassed in any
FA R E RED U CE D.' The Boats and Cars, during the winter, have been country. Dr. C. offers his services in the above Loan Comnpany of Pennsylvania 29. Samuel W. Thackara, Exetor, &c. of
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE refitted, and are now in complete order; the cars have branch of his business, assuring the public that he will 7. the estate of HANNAH DEAMER,
Eft < all been placed upon 8 wheels to insure safety. The render themlsufficient satisfaction, from a single tooth Capital 500,0O 0 Dollars. dec'd.
boats being large and commodious, afford every ac- to a complete set. Without further detail, charges 29. Samuel W. Thackara, Administrator de
commodation for the comfort and convenience of fa- moderate. Office, No. 72 Brown street, 3 doors west INCORPORATED BY THE STA.TE OF bonis non cum testament annexo,&c. [
FuR # Vl YORK miles travelling west; also, that persons can have of 2d street,lNorthem Liberties.- PEYNNSYLVAN/'I.q. of the estate of LEWIS DEAMER, I
T T nn Prinn Nw Bri Neark their extra baggage on the same boa with them- AUGUST 1st, 1837. ovYFICg NO. 16 SOUTH SIXTH STREET. dec'd
Through Trenton, Princeton, New runswick, Newark, selves. To the Public in general HIS Company being now in active business, are 3. Frederick Dewald
TO NEW YORK. ~ Passage by this Line lower than by any other To the Pubis will compensate Dr. Cameron for the --ready toadvance mopey on deposit of all kinds 31. Frederick Dewald, Executor, &c. of
Via the New Jersey Rail Road. Line. I hope this takwill compensate me Dr. with a set of teeth, of collateral security, in wasto suit the necessities of the estate of ADAM BERGDOLPH,
T EAVES the Office, No. 31 south 3d street, base- Leech 4- Co. also run a daily line of Freight Roats most beautiful, and yet, better, theywith a swert Ofas tewellateral security, in a to sut the necessities of dee'd.
S ment story of Congress Hall, every evening at to Pittsburg, for the accommodation of Emigrants,&c. as my natural teeth ever did. I can articulate, and The Company are desirous of calling the attention of 31. William Peterson, Executor, &c. of the
9 o'clock, P. M., and arrives in New York early next in which families provide for themselves. Fare, less masticate my food with ease ; but it may be said that the community to this Institution, and give notice that estate of JACOB PETERSON,dec'd.
morning. than by the packet boats, this is no more than common; but I was unfortunate they are prepared to loan on entire invoices, as well as per James Lefever, Executor.
Fare to Trenton, $1 00, The above lines connect with a daily line of steam- enough to have two settsta made by other dentists, much on smaller deposits. a Lfa
Princeton, 1 50 boats at Pittsburng, running to Cincinnati, Louisville, June 2. Hugh Murray, Atc'.M~rn n
New Brunswick, 2 50 boNashville, St. Loui us,Marnning toCincinnati, Louisonville,Al- celebrated for their mechanical skill, and I was not They will receive money on deposit, and allow the uneMalcom Chalmerh, E c rs,
New Brunswick, 3 0250 Nashville, St. LouiMrleans. City, Jacksonville, A- suited; through the perstiasion of a friend, I went to usual rate of interest on the same. Malcom Chalmers executors co
Newark, 3 00rpsagNe, Orleats Dr. C. and he has proved to be the man. They also receive daily deposits, to be drawn at the estate of Gapt. MALOM Mc-
New York, 3 25 For passage, appl at the Office, 51 Chesnut street; A. PHILLIPS. the pleasure of the depositor, on which no interest NERAN, dec'd. (final account.)
Z. B. J. GRISWOLD, Agent. or at the corner of Chesnut and Water ,sts. 0 Dr. C. will give my directions. mar27-dtf is allowed. The office hours are from 9 o'clock, A.M. 5 Benjamin Scott, Administrator, &c. of
N. B.-Seats secured at the United States Mail ap 17-dtf JOHN CAMERON, Agent. till 3 o'clock, P. M. except onSaturday, when the ;of- the estate of JOB SCOTT dec'd
Office. No. 31 south 3d street, in the Pioneer Line, A CA liD. fice is open till 5 P. M. thep estate fJBSOT e'd J
Union Line,and Good Intent Fast Mail Line, for Pitts- C 4 P E M A YA .f. BOUT5 M.(final account.)
burg and Wheeting. IThe large and superior Steamboat A BOUT to leave the city for New York, in which jBy order of the Board.
bW place I intend continuing the Dry Goods and 6 J. LOGJN SMITH, Cashier. 6. Henry Delany, jActingExecutor o
lt Omnibusses will call for passengers in any part OH ,O Captain Jeffries, will commence Jobbing business, the patronage of my Philadelphia aug 31-dtf estate of JOSHUA VANDEVIN.
of the city. je 2-dtf her trips to Cape May on rHURSDAY, omers now and after moving to New Yorkia most TER, de'd.
MALL PILOT LINE the 6th of July, leaving Chesnut Street Wharf at customers, now and after moving to New York,is most PRN GADNTER, dec'd.
MALL PILOT LINE te6th of July,le, av n Chesut Street hafowant respectfully solicited.-Previous to my leavingI have SPRING GARDEN 7 William Morrison, Administralor cur
halfpast 8 o'clock, A. M., and return the fresolvollowing ed on selling my Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Fire Insurance Co. test7. Williame nto annex, &c. of the estate of
FOJ w E f ORK- day, at an early hour in the afternoon. too lowto think of-ionly toberealized.--Among mytestaento annexO TH COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. T a
T The Mail Pilot Line of Cars Her trips will be continued on MONDAYS and oare vi:-2 yards 44 French Jaconet O THE COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. ELIZABETH MORRISON, dec'
S __X rstart (daily) from the office, N. THURSDAYS of each week, at the same hour, until aw ns and Satin Stripes; rich Painteds 4.4 Frenh Jaconet Capital authorized by Law, 400,000 dollars. (final account.)
THURSDAYS ~~~~Lawns and Satin Stripes; rich Painted'Muslins, latest Charter Perpetual. 7 er .GletadWlimGlet
E. corner of Third and Willow further notice, it being the intention to make three style; L. C. Hkfs.; Linen and Imitation Linen Cam- AKlted perpetual .n on 7. Henry R. Gilbert and William Gilbert,
steti 1ocok .M iaRi-od n ta-tisa week, as soon as the convenience of visitor-syc a, nMa. unA"R boilh limited and perpetual insurances on
streets, at 5 oclockP. M. via Rail-Roads and Steam- trips a week, as soon as the convenience of vis brick Scarfs; 2000 yards 10-4 bleached Linen Sheeting, rick, stone, or frame buildings, vessels In port, Executors, &c. of the estate of FRE-
boat. Eto the Cape make it necessary. from 75 cts. to $100 per yard; 8.4,10-4 and 124 Linen stores, kotels, mills, barns, stables, carpenter shops, lumber DERICK GILBERT, dec'd.
EXPRESS LINE. The accommodations at Cape Island have been en- Table Covers; 12-4 Brown do.; 2000 yards 4.4 Irish Li- yards, merehandize, furniture and property ofevery de. ohn Haines Executor &c to the cs
An additional Line starts every Sunday morning at large and greatly improved-a cure and conven- nn; French Painted Muslins, at 12, 18, 25 and 37 riti, and in any part o'r the United states, against 7. John Haines, Exec t
An additionalLie sarts every Sunday morning at larged^^ ^ ^ aW fthUie 3ae -" ^^ ^^1 ^?
6 o'clock, arriving in New York at 1 o'clock. ent wharf is put on the Bay Shore, at which Horses ci. per yard; 2500 yards Ginghams;500 Wilton Rugs, loss or damage by fire. tate of MARG
.p ard Carriages, as well as passengers, may be landed gi zsNAPlications, either personal or by letter, at the Office dec'd.
ja"fC IKE g nt. Caritsafestye. spseges a b nae large size, at $4 each; French and Swiss Needlework, of the1 Comp)any, S. W. corner of Sgixth and Wood streets
ForwiVilniig li. The safety 0fthe OHIO for a Bay Boat. and hersu- Embroidery, Linen Napkins-a large assortment of wilI be decided upon without anytdeay W7. Burbridge Brock and Frederick Stein-
or ilin tO.oSilks among which are 4.4 White, Lilac, Fawn, Blue, act iB-drf SAM HART. See'y, man, Executors, &c. of JOEL WES-
T h The splendid new steamboat TELE- period accommodations for a large number of passen- Pink and Green, suitable for Bonnets and Dsses; S Eecuou
GRAPH, Capt. W. Whilden, jr. leaves gers, together with the determination of the ManagersPFandes uitalesriBons; andEmoeredo COAT, dec'd. (final account.
Race Street ar for Wi iu.gton. ev t the Hoimols on the llanrd. o afford and render eve- am Fancy Am ta Hdk fs. of all descriptions; 100 6-4 Embrooered ioerchat' Boo n urance 7. SamuelThackaas f
ery moaning t SEVEN o'clock. Returning leaves ry accommodolion, makes tis sperorifng place Crape hawls, double and single width; Bombazines; Oft ee, the estate of WILLIAM HACKA.
morning ~com'kei-ff lac 500 pieces Sett and Cap Ribbons; Silk and Cotton Ho- thesaeo WILA TH C -
Wilmington at THREE o'clock, P. M. Fare 75 eta. a desirable retreat during the summer season. siery; French Shoes; 1000 doz. Ladies'and Gentle- No. 83 DOK SREET.RA, dec'd. (final account.)
Fare to Chester or Marcus Hook, 50 cents. Fare, including meals and carriage hire from the men's. Gloves, various styles; Hernani'svarious styles; -- 8. Leonard Kimball, Executor&c. of the es-
All baggage at the risk ofits owner. Boat to the Island, $5-From Chester, $4 50-From thin Silks for Dresses, &. &c. Cl r 000 Dollars. tate ofthe Hn. CHARLES SMITH,
Bl bak gtie p t herov ided on i b oa erd New Castle, $4 25. ti. & .& .JF.. o l r .tate of the Hon. CS
Breakfast provided on board. -s' ... ~, -,, Also, a Brick Dwelling House, built in modern -- (final account,)
Freight taken on the customary terms. Ig All baggage at the risk of the owner thereof. AsaBikDeln Hue ul nmdr
Farei oaen Sunday tWilmusgtonmand ber k, $1,0. je 27--dtf N. the Agewne t. style, situated No 14 Union Square. Apply to WHE subscriber, being aware ef the superior quality of aco nt.)
Fare on Sunday Wilminton and back, C1,00. jeM27-dtf N. DAVIDSON Agent. c. M. MOORE, hi Aetos Fire Prof Chet, and ro the many se- 8. Eli K. Prie, Administrator, &c. of the
do do Chester or Marcus Hook and T CITIZENS GENERAL Centre Green Stores, Arcade, directly in the rear vere tests which t ey have had in recent firesis prepared estate of JOHN MOORE, M.D. dec'd,
bc.7cet.oH.TMor'Str, frnigoChnuat to insure all Books. Papers, and Documents which may be(ltacon.
ck, 75ucentd TO THE CITIZENtS GENERALLY. ofeH. T. Moore8s Store, fronting onChesnut posted in his chests, from loss by fire, as specified in the
On Sunday the Telegraph leaves Wilmington at 4 Plai & Ornanental Printing ePolicy, whih will e given at the timeofpuhase. 8. Jacob Keyser, Jesse Dungan and Jacob
o'clock. P. M. jo 12-dtf 0 iCe, *1 he subscriber respectfully refers the public to the frIl Shearer, jr. Executors,&c. of the estate
PHILADELPHIA & TRENTON No. 48 south 3d St., 5th door b Cheut, (w side.) sical nsr men s. wintenenwhohave witnessed tesuprioiyo of JOSEPH KEYSER, dec'd, (1st
PH LAD LPH A TR NTO No 4souh~dt.,thoordow~esut(wesid.)TulE subscriber has received per late arrivals, an Cheitiondifferent occasions:
Rail Road. VPILADELPHIA. The foplawinc sntlemn were present at different time account.)
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, N. rG. V. TOWN, thankful for past favors, additional and fresh stock of MUSICAL IN Tne places were presoeeurredsand beart heerdftetimony 9. Jene Josephs, Administratrix, &C. of
U T he Ph/Uiae~lphia and Tren- l again solicit your patronage, believing that the S1RUMENTS, to. which he invites the attentionof tethe mpsriorexeellence of the subscriber's chest,. J Joeh, AdMinistrtrix o
tt" TeRail-RadeChar sartdaily,- work they have executed during the short time they purchasers. His stock, now embracing every reason- Baltimore--R. Lemmon & Co., John Boggs It Ce.'lamrs the estate of EMANUEL JOSEPHS,
to' aebe nbuies h uet eomnainte able variety of article i in the Musical line, and al- Corner & Son, Harrison & Sterrett, Wilson & tPeterkin, dec'd.
(undy excepted, farom srtdayhae obcn fereoacntinb u aness thesreoft romedtnthymost every degree of quality of the same article, pre. John G. Chapell, Isaiah Mahkin, James Thompson, John 9 ila .FseAmnsrtr&.o
(Sund ays trCee ts a rot 7 h e oA. and infa serts tottheaac faireo. s i.tW illia m R Fish erA d init ra r,& c. of i
flee, corner of 3d and Willow streets, at 7 o'clock, A. Business, Professional and Visiting Cards, in a style sent to the purchaser a lair opportunity of being suit- WaBo W. Crawford, Jr., H. Thompson & Son, Lawson
M. at 2 P. M. and at 5 P. M. for Trenton, Bristol, no to ie surpassed, on a Plain, Polished, or Ivory Sur. ed as well in price as in taste. The following might TVaA PlesantJr H. W& N thyetteo (final MRY Sct.)
Corawell's, &c. <*b atclrymnind i:thaniiel Dunlop, J. McKildtue, Win. S~inton, ~l eller U.s~tates .,' c',/ r ni
On Sunday the Car will start at 6 o'clock, A. M., Bile. r T Circula, Bill Hads VIOLINS in great variety, some of them of most Bank, Saiuel S. Saundel, A. Partridge, John H. ustace, 10. John Bohlen, Charles Graff, and Jacob
at9BciklAl. t2 .Mad tS .M CekNts of Handin Policies, C airecu la bes, Cilothes superior workmanship, elegant appearance and DE- Heniry Clarke. Solgar, jr. Executors, &c. of the estateI
Passengers for Easton. New Hope, Newtown and Tg, Placards, Handbills, and Jobbing of all descrip- Lhose U Tho NEs wgell worunty ath attention o abe stelAdslnrhmehst,d61Walus.W. Phboladelphia nu,t. of GODFREY WACUSMUTH,
Doylestown, will take the mornin line at '? o'clock. Tagsxcte ihdepth do; Charhion Potts, 297 north 3d st.do; MV. W. Coopser,Cin- dec'd.
je 3-dtf C. AINKLE, Agent. A L S O-- price; VIOLIN BOWS, FLUTES, at all prices; also, cinatti, Ohio; John Hurlinghand Plumbits. Phtila. 10. Isaac Wampole, Executor, &c. of the
Rail-Road d LrSn in GT BRONZE nd O CLARINETS, FLAGEOLETS, FRENCH HORNS, George Broadsman, Camdtn, N. J., Isaiah Toy, Ferry
O .and Packet lne Printing i GOLD, SILVERB and CO- TRUMPETS, plain and with keys, KENT BUGLES, Master, do. estate of MARTHA PEARSON,
"TOPRNCEON Hain mde alabe adiios ad an imroe c.NEW YoRtK Dec. 39,1335. dec'd.
TO PRINCET ON. Ha ving made valuable additions and many improve &. s Mr. John Seott--Sir: In answer to you, inquiries, we be-
zt l '?o, Starts daily, Sumday; excepted, mants in the above style of Printing, especially in in- Also, just received, fine ITALIAN STRINGS, ieve that yeur patent Asbests Chests are fully as good,.if 12. Sarah L. Peters and Harriett Black, Ad-

m B at 7 O'clock, A. M.'from the of- troducing he PATENT STEEL ROLLERS, manu- wcn wits tar.u ne est,. they do notsurpass any other cbests that we have everEeen. mnIstratnxes, cC. oi Ine este oi
W fiee, corner ot Third and Willow faotured expressly forthis establishment, places it out Best English Piano Forte Wire. We therefore reemmend them to the attention of all per ELIZABETH TURNER, dec'd, (fi-
v R r h tfhforanyto peter Pianos most accurately tuned-Musi bound-- sone who wish to supply themselves with Iron Chests. ETUhR
atreets, via Rail.Read to Trenton, thence take the ca of the power for any to compete with them in point Instruments of every kind repaired in a neat and sub following facts willenable every person tojudge: At thenalaccount.)
nal barge to Princeton. Returning, leave Princeto ofthe beauty of the workmanship, istantial manner. A. JUAN time of the great fire on the 16t, we had two single, (one 16. Peter Bender, Executor,&c. of the estate
in time to 'teetlthe 2 o'clock cars from Trenton to Samples of'all the above, with many others, will be Iaa1 ne. t A.o JU RAN, ftheml o your manuacetnre)lron Chests,hin which we put of WILLIAM BENDER, dec'd,(final
PhfltdelpofayourteatofPrnteteni$o 2Chests, ids which. 2e put oftWILLIAMh BENDER, decWILLIAMaB
Philadelphia. Fate to Princeton, $1 25. hown on application. jan 4-dtf my 26--dtf 86 N. 2d st. between Arch & Race. our valuable books, papers, notes and money. The chests
je 15-dtf C. HINKLE, Agent. were exposed to the same heat for about seven hours-and account.)
Fearae Reduced. R E -I 0 P E D.llayor9s Office, on beina opened, your chest was found to have preserved 15. William Kirkham and Charles Roberts,
JR JIOV EDJuN8th, 87. every thing that hadbeen ptt into it. but ofthe contentsof BEN-
NEW ARRANGEMENT. of the ether chest not a vestige was left nmneonsumed. Executors, &c.oa
A COA CH w le ah. C a r O eIE public is hereby notified, that from and after Very respeetfully, your most obedient .servant. JAMIN MASDEN, dec'd.
BA COACH will leave D. The Cheap PrinO ing O ce Monday next, the 12th inst. all violations of the HlUBARD & CASEY. JM AS N cc
Brown's Nassau Hall Hotel, REMOVED following Ordinances will be rigidly enforced : The abovewas the only patent Asbstoschest that was in 16. Thomas H. WhiteActing Executor,&c.
ecetoevry morning,(Sun To No. 151 South 6th street, near Pine, East Side, "Every Dog going at large within the city of Phila. the late fire, and numerous witnesses are willing and ready of the estate of the Right Rev. WL-
ecepted,)e at 8 o'clock,for delphia, shall have securely put ontaigood, sair sb- to testify to the truth of the above certificate.--Papers are LIA M WHITE, dec'd, (final ac-
YEWyORK,,via Camden and PH i LA D EL PHI A. stantial and safe wire basket muzzle, inclosing the tempts iave been made to open:hmthem without sueeess of count.)
Amboy Rail-Road, and arrive in the city at 2J P. M. \ whole mouth of said dog so as effectually to prevent which several eertifleates may be seen at the office of the 16. David Hansell, Executor, &c. of the
Returningwit leave NewYork at 7 o'clock, by Steam- rn \//. him from biting or snapping." subscriber. JOHN SCOTT. estate ol WILLIAM H. YHOST,
noat and Rail-Road, and arrive in Princeton at 1 o'- The Mayor is hereby authorized to appoint as many mar v-dt ec'
elockrP. M. Fare $1 00. persons as he may deem necessary, whose duty it hall t 0 U e
A Coach will leave the above IHotel every morning be to carry this ordinance into strict effect, by causing 17. A. S. Roberts, Executor, &c. of the
at li o'clock for Philadelphia, via Philadelphia and all dogs found running at large in the city of Phila v estate of FRANCIS C. HARRIS,
Trenton Rail-Road, and arrive in the city at 4 o'clock, delphia, to be taken up, killed and buried, when not I M v /V M aS I MY o.*i dec'd.
P M. Returning, will leave Philadelphia at 1 o'. .lo.- .within the exceptions ofthe foregoing section; or in GLAZING, GILDING, BRONZING, 17. William Meredith andIsaac Harvey, jr.
clock, P. M., and arrive in PrincetonI aIt 5 o'clock.- cases of clearly established accident or emergency, Imitation of Weood, Marblc, .?c. &c. surviving Executors, &c. of the estate
Fare $1 50. a P. Bo'Ns lSg ,. where the animal is peculiarly valuable, then and not No. 12 North 6th street. of JOSIAH HEWES, dec'd, (final ac
S Seat taken at D. Brown' Nsau a Stag otherwise, they may be disposed of at the discretion W illiam i s & B eva n count.)
Office. of the Mayor."
From Trenton for Princeton, at Snowden's, Trenton SANY Ornamental and Plain Book and Job "It shall not be lawful for any swine, hogs, shoats, D ESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the 10. John Gest, Executor &c. of the estate of
iou, er the Philadelphia and Trenton Rail-Road Of PRINTING executed on new types, in black or or pigs, to go at large in the city of Philadelphia." m1, public in general, that they continue to carry on THOMAS BLACK, dec'd, (st ac-
fice. D. BROWN, Proprietor. colored ink; the fine jobs w be hot pressed "All swine, hogs, shoats and pigs, found running at the above business in all its various branches-grate- count.)
Princeton, Janusry4, 1837. jan 7--dtf fanorytheloand fako;sthe fine jobso wil/relly. besto,
ry which adds much beauty to the work. large in the said city, shall be deemed forfeited, and ful f or the many favors heretofe so liberally bestow. 20. Lindzey Nicholson, Guardian, &c. of the
CHANGE OF, HOUR. The subscriber, after much experience in the bust shall be taken up and sold by such person or persons ad on them, hope by a strict attention to business,, topesnad i
est Chester Rail- oad Line, ness, a res those who ay favor hin with a call,o aor of the said city shall for this pure ap. merit a continuance of the same. ian 6.-dly person and estate of WILLIAM
West Chete ail-Road Line,3 ^K'M^.;&r hess, th womy ao it ihacll o,

B Y H 0 U SE P o w E R. be fully satisfied with the general execution. point." JOHN SWIFT, ayor. Brita nnia & il1ock Tia e2 OVw RM ONG
om W R. al r Fancy Engravings and Type Ornaments in large je 10--lm je 21-1,aw4w* JOHN GEST,
1%- FT^i From the first of May the Rail variety, to beautify Cards, Bank Notes, Checks, and -- WVares,
'eatrHed Ca l, wi lleave the West Business Jobs in general. W. H. O O R E, F American manufacture, consisting of tea and B OI.
SCS Cheater Hotel, in. Broad near ERNEST CROZF.T, Printer, coffee uots, sugar, slop bowls, and creams to IN
Race street, at 7 o'clock in the morning, and at 2 o'- N -d3mCOFFIN MAKER in s, match.-Forsale insettu orsparate, d HE remarkable scesshi n
clock in the afternoon. The Cars will also leave my 26-d3m SNo. 151 south6tht nd general Furnishing LUndertaker, C. Ki SERVOSS, 68N. 2d st. ,tn bear of eraons a correct busine knowledge
Lrotnumber of persons a corretbsns nweg



[By Mrs Ann S. Stephens.]
The morning-dawned on the-
unfortunate Hale's confinement just as
he had committed to paper and secured
the information he had forfeited his
life-to obtain. Lie knew that he gazed
on the blessed sun for the last time.
He felt that in a few short hours, a por-
tion of the beautiful earth, now spread
out so gloriously, would be lying a cold
mass on his bosom. He knew this, and
his heart cramped like a deceased thing
within him. He thought of his parents
in their bereaved loneliness, of his be-
trothed, in her broken-hearted grief, and
again it expanded with sorrowing ten-
derness. He was as brave a man as ev-
er confronted death, still he felt it was a
fearful thing to yield up life in its young
hopes, to enter into the unknown bound-
lessness of eternity, with a few hours'
preparation. He asked for the company
of a clergyman, but none came; for a bi-
ble, but none was procured. He knelt
down in his last prayer, and the outpour-
ing of his soul was broken in upon by
those who came to conduct him to the
gallows tree. He went forth to his ex-
ecution, not seeking a nian's applause
on the very brink of eternity, by a false
bravado against nature, rushing, with his
proud soul cased in pride, up to the very
presence of the Most High, overcoming
nature's just fears, and challenging after
ages to admire the boldness with which
lis ambitious soul could pass to the aw-
ful face of Jehovah. There was no such
presumption in Hale's death. With a
full and solemn sense of the awful event,
he went to meet his fate as a Christian-
ia soldier. His soul was bowed in 1u
rility to God; and his last words were,
'Oh, that I had more lives to offer up to


* *

It was a splendid scene, the dinner ta
)le of the English commander. From
his own land of luxury had he imported
the massive plate and delicate china that
covered it, loaded profusely with viands.
British gold had purchased the tory far-
nmer's cutlery, goblets sparkled with wine,
ike 'molten rubies or liquid amber,' and
brimmed to the lips ofthe gay young offi-
cers, who Lin their glittering uniforms
surrounded by song and wine, revelling
on the brink of intoxicating., Loud rose
their voices of merriment in gleeful cho-
ruts, when a servant entered with infor-
mnalion that a female had arrived at their i
camp with a flag of truce: and deman s
dled an interview with General Howe.
A haughty smile curled the English-
man's lip, as he addressed an Aid-de-
:amp. 'What trick is this think you?
I'he rebels must be in extremities,
ndeed when they send us women instead i
)f ambassadors.'
IThe aid-de-camp answered his gene- .
ral's smile, and demanded of the servant
f the lady were young or old?
'Young, sir.'
'And pretty?' asked a dozen voices at
'Rather pale, your honors.'
'Young and interesting; our gallantry
s bestirring itself;* exclaimed some of
he same voice; 'general, pray admit
'Silence, gentlemen, silence, the wine
has made you noisy,' replied General
Howe, rising from the table, land order-
ng the servant to admit the visitor im-
Most of the young officers were on
.heir feet, and all eyes were turned to the
entrance as Sarah Easton advanced-
her deep mourning rendered her pale tea
.ures almost ghostly, and her crape veil
thrown back so as to display her white
forehead and eyes, touchingly sweet in
heir expressions, even while resting on
the form of him who made her heart des-
olate. Not a word was spoken by the
group that surrounded the dinner table;
the merry smile was quenched on the
warm lips of each gay individual as lihe
looked on the youngAmerican who stood
before them in the beautiful majesty of
her grief. Howe advanced with stately
politeness to receive her, but she shrunk
from his approach, and with steady dig-
nity, requested thebody ofNathan Hale
For Christian burial.
Howe was evidently surprised at the
nature of the petition, but courteously
answered that it could not be granted,
Captain Hale having already been buried
three days.
'Yet surely he might be disinterred,'
persisted she, eagerly stepping forward
-then seeing denial in his look, she ad-
ded beseeching, 'you will not refuse his
old parents a last look on the face of
their son; if you are a father you cannot
be so cruelly deaf to humanity.'
'Are you the sister or wife of the de-
ceased, that you thus urgently &sk for
his remains!'
'Neither, oh neither,' replied the tor-
tured girl, pressing her hands over her
eyes to hide the burst of tears the ques
tion had unlocked. A young officer pit-
ying her distress, handed her a chair.
She sat down, and was endeavouring to
checkl her 11n1im- to- ikr.,wh. n nn'ilho>

moon-light poured full upon its broad,
white front; and there, just over the
pulseless heart, Sarah with a cry of a-
gony saw that long, bright ringlet of her
own hair.

Lookling.-GlCasses, llardavarr,
Cutlery, &c.
Persons commencing Housekeeping. Country Merchants,
and others, w lshing to purchase Looking-Glasses, Fancy
Hard ware, Cutlery, &e. can saic TEN P R CENT. in
'lheir purchases by a plyingto
U. s .8ERVOSS,
Cheap Looking Glass and Fancq Hardware Stare,
,Ab. 60 A". Second street,
Four Duors above Arch-Street,Philadelphia.
A MONG which ate rich Gilt Mantel and Pier Looking
Glasses. Mahogany, Pine, and Maple Framed Looking
3lasses of all kinds, iBrass Andlirons, Shovels and Tongs,
Knives and F irks, Spoons, Ladles and Skimmers, Japan
Waiters, Brea I Baskets,Snuflersand Trays, Plated Castors,
Ameriean Block Tin Ware, such as Coffee and Tea Pots,
Sugar, Slop Bowls and Cream Cups to match, making eora-
pieie Sets. warranted of superior manufacturers. Iron Pots,
Skillets, Dutch Ovens, Sad Irons, Coffee Mills, Frying Pans,
Tea Kettles, Gridirons, superior Plated and Brass Candlh-
sticks, Patent Metal Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles Pots1 &c.
Britannia Metal Ware, such as Coffee and Tea Pots. Signal
Lanterns, Copper and Brass Kettles, Brass Stair Rods, fitat,
and rounst, &e.
C? Country Mtrchants, House Keepers and others, want.
inc tlie above articles, %ill find it to their advantage to call
as above dir-c ed.
N. B.-Looking Glass Plates tor Sale, separate from

body you are so desirous to obtain.'
Sarah with a stifled cry of joy seized his
'And will you indeed help me? God
bless you.'
'Restrain yourself,' we shall be obser-
ved; sail out of sight ofthe camp; and at
midnight comes I have directed to the
cove-the grave is near by-you can see
tihe tree,'-he hesitated, but too late; Sa-
rah's eyes had fallen or. that fatal old
oak, standing bleak and alone, spreading
its huge branches against the sky, like
the congregated arms of giant execution-
ers. A remnant of rope dangled from
one of its gnarled limbs. Sarah gave
one long, piercing look, and her heart
seemed for a moment in the clutch of a
vulture; then with a shuddering grasp
of horror she sprung into tho boat and
shut out the fearful sight with her lock-
ed hands.
The same moon that had witnessed
the parting of Hale and his betrothed,-
now shone upon her as she sat by the
side of his old father in the boat, that lay
upon her oars in the cove, rocking to
the swell of the rising tide, and drifting
by degrees towards the shore. The
watchers were anxiously looking for the
appearance of the generous Englishman,
within hearing of the sentinel stationed
near the grave. His heavy, measured
tread, at length ceased, and the sound of
some voices came from where he was
standing.-There was silence for a few
moments, a crackling in the brushwood
that skirted the cove, and then the young
officer stood on the beach within a few
paces of them.
'Quick, pull on shore'-he called out
in a suppressed voice-'I have got rid
of the sentinel for half an hour-quick,
or we shall not have time.' Two or three
strokes of the oar brought the boat to
his feet. The old man arose, the very
picture of stern grief, the moonlight dis-
playing the still lineaments of his pale
face, as he grasped with bothl of his, the
large, white hand extended to assist him
on shore. The boatman followed, and
Sarah was left alone.
It was a fearful half hour to the poor
girl, the waves moaning like unquiet
spirits about her, and the dreadful sound
of shovelling earth and muffled voices
coming from the distance. She dared
not look after the three as they went to-
wards the grave, for her heart sickened
at the thought of again looking on the
gallows-tree with its horrid appendage.
A suspension of sounds caused Sarah
to raise her face from the folds of her
shawl, where she had buried it; no liv-
ing being was in sight. But the black
shadow of the bloody oak had crept
along the waters like a vast pall endow-
ed with vitality, till its extremity lay
upon the edge of the boat, and was in-
sidiously moving towards her. With a
cry of terror, and shuddering all over as
if the unearthly dlew of another world
was upon her, the poor girl snatch-
edan oar and shoved the boat out into
the moonlight.-Again she looked up,
and the three who had disinterred the
dead appeared, bearing hini over the
bright grass, wraplxped in a cloak of th"
Englishman, 'the feet supported by the
generous officer, and the gray hairs of
the father streaming over the bosom of
his lifeless son. Noiselessly they came
to the shore. There the old man left his
burthen in the arms of the officer while
he took his seat in the boat; and then
his quivering arms were extended, and
the body of Nathan Hale, shrouded in
its military winding sheet, was laid a-
cross the lap of his father,while his head
rested on the chilled bosom of his be-
trothed wile.
They went out upon the waters-the
living and the dead, when old /Hale
raised his gray head and spoke to the
youtg girl. 'Sarah, in our mourning for
the dead we must not forget the duty
we oweto our country. Let us search for
the papers we are to carry to Washing-
ton.' Then with his old quivering hands
he unfolded the cloak and found the pa-
pers containing the information pur-
chased at so great a sacrifice secured in
the vest. In taking them out of the bos..
om the corpse was laid bare. The

No. 99 S. Second street, third door above Wa
DAILY PAPVER- Eiait' Dtiars per a,,nni.
'IHREE TIMES A WEEK-Five Ddolls. pera


Wednesday, July 13!, 1S3

O^Tl'he sudden indisposition of the carr
one of the Southern rounds, is the cause of
omissions yesterday.

ier o
r sore

We notice with regret the death at New Yor
on Monday, of Robert U. Lang, Esq., senior cditc
of the New York Gazette. This is the third c
the family connected with that ,p.ipr, that ha
been carried off within about a year.

The Mobile Register announces the election c
Mr Spann (Van Buron) to the State Senate, front
Henry county, in the place of Gen. Irwin, (whig.
This restores the relative strength of parties in tha
body, as it existed at the last session, which had
been temporarily changed by the election o
Jemisen, (whig) in Tuscaloosa, in place of John
son, (V. B.)
In Lauderdale county, IHutchings, (V. B.) has
been elected to the House of Representatives, by a
large majority, over Jackson, (whig) and fills the
vacancy occasioned by the appointment of Mr Mc-
Kinley to the bench of the Supreme Court. 'i'ih
vote stood for Hutchings 760, Jackson 197-demo.
cratic majority 563.

We learn, from several sources, that the circula.
tion of bank paper in Alabama had been reduced
nearly five millions-about one half of the whole:
since the first of February last.

The, Bank of Upper Canada, after all the run
upon it, has still 95,000 dollars in specie in its

The Rev. Geo. W. Bethune, of this city, will
address the Literary Societies of Union College,
Schenectady, in the place of the Hon. W. C.
Rives, of Virginia, who declines in consequence of
the early meeting of Congress.

A Mr. Hawley was recently carried over the
Canaan Falls, about 75 feet high, and escaped
with slight injury.

Extensive Robbery.-The St Louis Republican
says: "The store of Messrs. Glasgow, Shaw & Ta-
tum, was entered by thieves on Monday evening
last, the iron chest unlocked with a small key, and
about $20,000 taken. A part of the money was
in specie-the remainder in current and uncurrent
bank bills.

SitAR Ks.-Alexander Barony, a barkeeper in
New York, was seized by a shark while bathing
off Pier No. 5, North River, on Monday evening.
The man's leg was hurt, but he succeeded in get-
ting clear.

The exhibition of Maelzel's Conflagration of
Moscow, at the Masonic Hall, is soon to be re-
moved, we understand, from the city. We hope
all who have not witnessed this truly sublime and
wonderfully effective exhibition, will impreme the
present opportunity, as it is the last that will offer
to the citizens of Philadelphia.

American Museum.-Mr. Welden, the accom-
plished Professor of Natural Magic, continues to
delight large audiences at this establishment. Ile
is a complete master of his art, and is well worthy
of a visit by those who have not seen his perform-

To the Editor of the Pennsylvanian-
SIn:-Will you be good enough to correct a
mistake you have made in copying from my MS.
You make me impugn the Editor of the Commner-
cial Herald as the advocate of the new qurrency.-.-
A reference to the MS. will inform you that my
words are vide a communication in the Herald."
t.It-, l -b s-,)r.- to da axn act of injustice on any
account, but more especially to that gentleman, ..s
Nhe has manfully denounced the new issue.
We learn from the Herald of yesterday that the
Commercial Bank is calling in the Five Dollar
Certificates alluded to by our correspondent.

Mr Editor-Have you read the toasts drunk
the recent Bank Whig Festival in the Third Coi
gressional District? If not, you have a pleasure I
come. If any man ever entertained doubts the
the Federalists possessed not only "all the decci
cy," but "all the talents," they must now be forevi
dispelled. That Jubilee not only possessed th
flow of Biddle Champaign, but the feast of sou
Shall I give you a few specimens, by way of ex
citing your curiosity to go through the whole?
In the first place, we learn from the regular
toasts, that the Biddle Bank has insured Genera
W. H. Harrison's life for three years and there
months, for Regular Toast No. 6:
"General William Henry Harrison-The people
of Pennsylvania exultingly point to him as thei
future leader in the second struggle for "virtue
liberty and independence." N. B. Via "the in
dined plane," and thereby hangs a tail, as Shak
speare says.
Singularly enough, "all the talents," in the 9tl
regular,drink the health of"Bent-n Hard Money"!
But they more consistently,in the ncxt toast (allu
ding, doubtless, to the issue of $130,000 of Shin
plasters, by Messrs R. Price and other such demo
rats in Council and in Bank) drink the health o
"Shaving Shops and Shin Plasters;" this is right
and the members of Councils, if any were present
should have returned thanks.
General Harrison's lite having been insured, he
having been unanimously elected President via the
Inclined Plane, Daniel Webster, "the God.like
man" and Henry Clay, "the gentleman of post
poned veracity," as Mr Benton called, him on the
floor of the Senate, are next to be provided for.-
They are lumped into the 8th toast, and assured
that "the Republic,though deeply indebted to them
will ere lung discharge the obligation." All the
obligations that the Republic owe these worthies
are already discharged. We owe Mr Clay the ele-
vation of John Q. Adams to the Presidency; and
Mr Clay was for four years Secretary of the said
John Q., with whom he refused, when Mr Monroe
was President. to sit in the same cabinet. The
Republic has paid him for this, by distancing him
when a candidate for the Presidency. As for Da-
niel, or Dannell, as the Boston Federalists pro-
nounce it, he has been in the United States Senate,
which is quite reward enough for voting during the
late war, in favor of the British and "against pu-


















Mr Konigmacher moved to postpone the reso
tions and amendments indefinitely.
Mr Dickey opposed the postponement, and spo
in favor of his amendment.
Mr Heister said he had voted for considering t
resolution, but he had now concluded that the
would be no advantage derived from it, and wot
vote bfor indefinite postponement.
Mr Forward was in favor of the postponemei
because there would not be sufficient sober attei
tion to the subject at this time.
The indefinite postponement was lost, ayes 4
noes 60.
The question was then taken on Mr Dicke3
amendment, to rescind the adjournment, which w
lost, ayes 32, nays 79,
Mr Porter then withdrew his amendment,and P
Dickey offered an amendment to submit certa
amendments to the constitution, (the same near
as those ofliered by Mr Stevens) and to adjoui
sine die.
Mr Bell moved to amend, by going into cor
nittee of the whole on the 6th article of the const
tution, and advocated his amendment in a speech
Mr Stevens spoke in favor of the amendment
Ir Dickey, and against the expenses of the Coi
mention .
Mr Reigart spoke against it,and protested again
his sort of proceeding, viz: such as Messrs Dicke
nd Stevcns.
Mr Purviance showed that the expenses cort
gainedd of by Mr Stevens, had been principally prc
luced by Mr Stevens' own propositions, which
vere unreasonable and unnecessary. He estimate
hlat these propositions had consumed nearly ha
he whole session of the Convention, viz: motion (
ir Stevens to deprive the city and county of Phi
idelphia of their representation; that to disfran
hise the members of the Convention; that to hay
1e Lazaretto physician, &c. elected by the people
nd lastly, the present proposition. He said thi
ne single amendment we had adopted would save
che State four thousand dollars annually.
Mr Hopkinson hoped the debates at this stag
f the session would be less personal, and that M
3ell's amendment would prevail. He express<
is disapprobation of the amendment of Mr Dickey
cause it did not preserve the good behaviour te
ure of the Judges.
Mr Dickey said the amendments which he ha(
Tered were such as the people of his county de
red. lie was anxious to submit them in Octo
Without takingthe question, the Convention ad.











Office of the Georgian,
SAVANNAIm, July 6th, 1837. 5
We learn from a gentleman who came as pas.
senger in the steam packet Florida, Capt. Heb.
bard, from the St. Johns, that Gen. Jesup and Stalff
arrived at Black Creek on the 3d inst. on a tour of
inspection, and it was supposed that two iiosts

HARtisnvna, July 10, 18
To the Editors of the Pennsylvanian i
Gentlemnen-This morning, after the press
tion of several petitions in favor of extendir
right of trial by Jury to every human being
Fuller moved a resolution expressive of the o0
of the Convention, that the offices of Judg
the Supreme and other Courts, ought to be li
to a term of yerrs.
The question being on the consideration o
resolution, the Con,%'initiin resolved to consid
Ayes 71, Noes 42.
Mr Porter then moved to amend so as to pi
that the Convention would proceed to consid
Committee of the Whole, those parts of the R
ol the committee on the 5th article, which r


ig the
r, Mr
es of

f this
.er it,

er, in

&U4ra i0 the nrLir1nUL e q;is VA u~r FNrV~rII& sW v,,
and until this low pressure is entirely removed,
e 2d. cannot hope to have any permanent improvemi
1. in the market. Speculators have taken 9000
have merican and 400 Surat; and exporters 1900 Am
d's" ican, 800 Surat, and 100 Madras; 6500 Americ
ricicac250 Bahia, 600 Egyptian, adr 200 Surat, hai
to re- been forwarded into the country last month unsoc
since. The sales to-day arc about7000 bags of all kin
mined One vessel from Mobile, and one from Savanni
dence yet to report. The import this week is 13,2
variety bags, and the sales are 40,290 bags.


n to this subject.
ie Mr Fuller opposed the amendment of Mr P
He said there would not be time to complete
sections in committee of the whole, before adj
k, merit;and it was important that the Conve:
Should express some opinion for the satisfactic
ir the people. This subject and that of some re
f tion on the granting of charters by the Legishl
,s were the only important ones that the people
proposed, which we had not considered in
mittee of the Whole.
A Mr Dicky moved to amend Mr Porter's an
merit, so as to rescind the resolution for adj<
Sent, and act on the Judiciary article before cd
) the session.
t Mr Porter said lie opposed his amendment
d cause hlie wished some more explicit and de
f conclusion than would result from the adoption
Mr Fuller's motion. He wished to fix the teo
so that we might knowwhether our constituent
proved of the term which we should have ado
Mi Dickey said he had offered his amend
a with a view to rescind the adjournment, an
e through the constitution, and submit it to the
Spice atthe October election.
Mr Brown was opposed to Mr Dickey's mo
because there was not time to finish the cons
tion in season to submit it to the people, and
them due time for consideration,before the Oct
election. He hoped the adjournment as agree
Should stand; th;t being the case, the Conver
I would not have time before the adjournment tc
tie, in committee of the whole, all the quesi
which would arise, if the amendment of Mr Po
was adopted. Hle would, therefore, oppose
amendments, and support the motion of Mr Ft
briefly giving his views in its favor.
Mr Forward thought it was not at all neces
to let the people know now what we thought t
it; it would be soon enough when we agreed oi
amendments. Were we to separate without d
any thing on Education, Corporations, Banks,
State Debt, Public Improvements, &c.7 If
Were to act on these matters properly, it would
quire two months. He would oppose rescinding
adjournment, and also the motion of Mr Fuller
Mr Banks said he would vote for the reconsid
tion of the adjournment, which would be consis
with his former vote against adjournment.
would oppose Mr Porter's motion. He had b
for taking up the Judiciary article a few days si
as now proposed by that gentleman, but now tl
was not ample time for the purpose, unless
Convention rescinded the resolution for adjoi
merit. He thought Mr Fuller's motion requ
more time for debate than was now left. If a
cision was reached, he would vote for the moti
but he would not sustain the previous question
the purpose of a decision.
Mr Clarke of Indiana, said he had constantly
posed the adjournment; but now that the Conv
tion had decided, by a large majority, that it wo
adjourn, he would vote against rescinding, beca
a great portion of members were not in a state
mind to give proper and deliberate attention to
siness. They would come back from their hoz
better prepared to act with promptness and pro
ety. The questions of Internal Improvementt
the State Debt were of the greatest importance
generations to come, and we should act on th
Mr Chambers spoke against the resolution of
Fuller, and against deciding any thing on the qi
tion of life offices without the most ample disc
sion. If he were to discuss it, it should be in c(
mittee of the whole-he would therefore vote
Mr Porter's amendment.
Mr Merrill would vote against recinding the
journment. He was also opposed to taking up
question of the judiciary, and to the resolution
of Mr Fuller.
Mr Porter said if we went into this matter at
it should be in such a manner as to put what
did in form, to submit to the people. The resol
tion of Mr Fuller would not do this; his amendmi
would. He avowed himself in favor of the teni
of good behaviour for Judges, and if he could r
get that, he desired that their salaries might




















tA'rh iWS PROM UltoPD. littl eheek ft Monday, In eonequene 0 of t
By the arrival at New York of the packet ship gloomy accounts received on that day from Ame
ford, Captain Rathbone, from Liverpool, v cma; but, on the whole, we have had a good enqui
ha received Liverpool papers to the 0d nd steady market throughout the week, whi
Closes at about 1-4d advance on American descr
June, and London papers to the 2nd, both inclu- tions, and previous rates for other kinds. As t
sive. year 1829 is now frequently referred to as the lo
The political intelligence they contain is of little est point recorded of the market as regards price
importance. in comparing the quotation and stock at this pe
The packet ship Roscoe had arrived at Liver- od of that year with our present supply and pri
o, wit Nw Yr da t th of Myt we have only to remark, that the weekly consul
pool, with New York dates to the 8th of Maytwo tionof 1829 was estimated at 14,331 bags, a
days previous to the stoppage of specie payments. that of last year 19,452 bags; it is needless to (
The news brought by this arrival spread a gloom serve that the pressure upon prices during the f
over the English money market, which could not mer year was the result of a large supply and
have been dispelled by the subsequent intelligence, latively small consumption, whilst on the prese
An improvement had taken place in the cotton occasion the existing derangement of money m
ters il slhe nrimnarv ncaue of our nreaant Io, rt

Report market.
lated From the London 'Morning" Herald of Jun
LONDOn, Thursday Morning June
orter. The Directors of the Bank of England
those been engaged to-day in, it is said, important
ourn- cussions relative to the situation of the Ama
nation houses requiring a further extension of time i
in of pay the advances made to them some time
stric- Up to a late hour this evening the court rema
iture, in deliberation; and nothing upon which depend
Ihad can be placed was allowed to transpire. A va
Corn- of rumors have been current this afternoon,
tive to the present determination of the dire
nend- It is stated that the governor and deputy gov
ourn- had an interview with the ministry to day,
osing the matters which at present exeite so much i
est, but nothing has transpired whatever as to
be- result. It is stated that the accounts from L
finite pool to-day were unsatisfactory, and impede
in of fact, the completion of the arrangements in
nure, tion. The Court of Directors remained in de
s ap- ration long subsequently to the period when
pted. ness regularly terminated in the city. It was
meant derstood that no definite result was come to b
d go the meeting broke up.
p The Court of Directors issued this afternoon
po following notice:
tion, "The Governor and Company of the Bar
stitu- England do hereby give notice, that on and
give the 1st inst., they will be ready to receive ap l
ober ions for loans upon the deposit of approved bi
d on exchange, not having more than 95 days to
ition such loans to be paid on or before the 15th of
Sset- next, with interest at the rate of 5 per cent.
tions annum, and to be for sums of not less than 2,(
orter each.
both "Bank of England, June 1,1837."
miller, The circulation of this notice gave evident s
faction to the merchants of the city, some idea
sary ing been entertained that the Directors of the I
ipon of England, from the delicate position in which
ni the now stand, would have lessened the accomm
oing tion they usually give to the mercantile w
the while the transfer books remain closed. It wi
Swe observed that the words "and other approved s
n re- cities," usually inserted after bills of exchange,
the omitted.
S The meeting of the Court of Directors of
lera- Bank of England broke up about eight o'clock
tent it is asserted that they have come to the dete
He nation not to renew the accommodation to thi
)cen merican houses, unless with additional security
nce, The funds have been heavy to-day, money I
here ing been more in demand. There has been a p
the tiful supply of stock in the market, as the Tnr
irn- fer Books for Consols, the thiee and-a-half
hired cents, and other securities, are about to close,
de- paratory to the payment of the dividends. Con
ion; for account fell to 91 1-8, but recovered afterwi
for to 91 1-4. In money, sales were made as lov
90 5-8, but the latest prices were 90 3-4.
op. new three-and-a-half per cents have fallen tc
,en- 5-8 7-8, and bank stock from 206 to 203, but
uld lied again to 204 1-2 in the afternoon. The 1
use mium on Exchequer Bills and India Bo
of was lower to-day, the former having been quoi
bu- at 33, and the latter at 34. India Stock, after
nes dining to 259 12, closed at 260.
pri. The United States Bank Bonds have been d
and at 94, and Morris Canal shares at 97 1-2 98.
for In the share market there has been no varial
iem of importance. The Great Western have fal
to 43 1-2, and the London and Birmingham
Mr 133.
Les- The Liverpool Chronicle of the 3d June, says
us- that on the annunciation of the resolution of
DM- Bank of England Directors, Mr Glynn, a Lone
for banker of great eminence,immediately posted do
to Birmingham with the intelligence, and, on
ad- arrival there, had the good fortune to meet witl
the party of gentlemen belonging to the Grand Ju
of tion Railway, who had been making an excurs
along the line. The party immediately proceed
all, to Liverpool with the important news in their p
we session, and it became known on 'Change bef
lu- the arrival of the evening papers. The effect
ent this intelligence soon manifested itself. An es
ire blishment, deeply involved with America, and o
not of the largest importers of cotton in this greatco
be mercial mart, immediately suspended payment.
Connected as this establishment is with other fir
lu- of more or less importance, we cannot view t
consequences but with alarm. We are now, il
)ke to be feared, only arriving at the "beginning oft
he PFrom the London Courier.
*re LONDON, May 30.-The greatest anxiety w
Ild produced in the city this morning, by the very d
dressing accounts received from New York-t
nt packet ship Roscoe having arrived at Liverpool wi
n-, dates to the 8th instant, inclusive. The comm
cial embarrassments of the Union seem to have i
t4, creased at a very rapid rate since the sailing of t
previous packet,the arrival of which we noticed y'
i's terday.
as We hear of no transactions in the American S
curities. United States Post Notes are nominal
Ir 944 to ; and Morris Canal Bonds 98 to 4.
in LONDON. May 31.-"The great decline advis
ly in all descriptions of American Securities from N(
'n York, has rendered such paper much more diffici
of negotiation in this Market. Morris Canal Bon
n- are altogether unsaleable. The United States Bar
ti- Post Notes are nominally 95 to 4, with little acti
at al business deing in them.
"Consols are scarcely so well quoted this mor.
of ing as at the close of the market yesterday. The
n. are for money 91 to 4; and for the Account 914
j; Exchequer Bills are 34 to 36 pm."




Y, extent in this country, owes its cultivation i
o Franklin's acute mind. A lady in Philadelphi
held an imported clothes' whisk in her hand, an
- whilst examining it as a novelty, he found a single
o grain still attached to ibe stalk; this he plantedan
a large and increasing article of usefulness hi
k Ween thus perpetuated in the United States. A pa
e ragraph from a northern newspaper of 1836, ha
e a corroborating proof of the value of this discovery
e -"The broom straw speculation bids fair to run a
high this year as it did last. A week ago specu
e lators were offering $50 an acre for the growing
e brush."
- The yellow or golden willow, which now flout
a ishes in most parts of the Union, was introduce
e by the same friend to his country and mankind. Ii
, a wicker work impoi ted basket offered to his view
, Dr. Franklin found some of the twigs were sprout
Sing. He took them out,and presented them to Mr
SNoiris, of Philadelphia, who succeeded in raising
, them very successfully, and to a great height.

The New Orleans Picayqne of July 2, says:-
S"Lieutenant Sloan, of the United States Marimn
I 0 __ -W -- -* 2 I -

Id This, again, is not the ultimate or permaner
as condition of the circulating medium. On account
a- of its general diminution, prices every where wil
s have fallen, or the exchangeable value of mono
Y: will have risen. A more active production of th
s precious metals, consequently, will ensue, u nti
. prices return very nearly to their former rates, an
Sthe circulating medium very nearly to its forme
.- Those of my readers who may have been led t<
d consider every attempt to get rid of a bank note cir
, culation as visionary or absurd, because of the
, quantity of gold and silver actually supplied, o
Thereafter capable of being supplied, in order to be
. employed as money, not being adequate to perform
Sthe office of a circulating medium, will, I hope, be
induced to discard this notion altogether, and to
proceed with me in my future reasoning, disbur,
- thened of the prejudices which rest upon it, and
e possibly upon it exclusive of any other consider.
A*- 4- -- -0 &L- --! -- -- -A ..

he *rcm flu CNBl. 0 ieon. i.
iry No. 7.
ich The following principles have now beetl suli
ip ciently established, or are obvious inferences fre
the what goes beforei-
w. First, that an increase of the circulating media
ies, in any one country, will be diffused through
ri- every other, thus expanding the circulating mei
;cs, umrn of the whole world; provided only there be sp
up- cie enough procurable, in the country where t
ind supposed increase of the circulating medium hi
ob- taken place, to supply the demand for exporting
or- to all other countries.
re- Secondly, that no matter to what extent the c
ent culating medium of a country may at any time ha
at- been augmented, its value always remains sn
tes; tered: the effect of such augmentation of it on t
we prices of things being to raise them exactly in t
ent same proportion. For the purpose of illustratic
A. let the circulating medium be doubled in amour
er- What sold previously for a dollar will now sell I
an, two dollars; what sold for ten will now sell i
ive twenty. It is manifest that the exchangeable
Did. lue of a given sum of money will have been i
ds. duced to the half of what it was, and that, their
ah, fore, the whole of the money in circulation w
:09 possess the very same value which it had befo
In the two propositions which have been static
an increase of the circulating medium is supposed
have taken place. The reader can easily expre
ek, for himself the propositions corresponding to the.
ca- when the circulation of a country is supposed,
ike the contrary, to have undergone a diminution..
at, But, since we often hear, and this even from pe
ive sons whose opinions generally are entitled to a co
set siderable degree of respect, of apprehensions heir
I of entertained lest, under some existing or supposal
an state of things, the United States might not posse
he a circulating medium large enough for the bus
vs- ness purposes of the community, it may be as we
At for me to state explicitly, as a |principle hencefor
nd to be regarded as having been fully established-
wn that, in reference to all the uses of a circulatii
ito medium, it is a matter of not the least mome
ed whether this be great or small. Whatever, in an
he country, may happen to be the amonnt of it, if m
pF. suppose it to be reduced to the tenth part of th
ne amount, the prices of things, as has been show
tat will likewise become only the tenth of what the
ng are; and an hundred dollars will perform precise
gs the same functions which are now performed by
on thousand. The difficulty of procuring the form
on sum will, indeed, be quite as great as is at presei
is. that of procuring the latter; but these sums of m
n. ney will, in the two cases, possess the very san
h. exchangeable value, and will, on this account, b
at stow upon their owner a command to an equal ea
1o. tent over the various necessaries and luxuries
dAs life. I need not say that our general conclusion
ar- will not be different, though we should suppose
he the diminution of the circulating medium t
ry occur in any other proportion than that of ten
b, one.
ig It is true we may conceive the circulating med
id um to be so exceedingly reduced in quantity, and
d, given portion of money, consequently, to becot
he so valuable, that the coins, which are requisite fI
v. purchasing the articles most frequently needed
a. would be inconveniently small. But those coir
to might also be inconveniently large, if the circuit
s, ting mediumtbe exceedingly augmented in quantity
n, And it must be obvious that, between these two ec
treme limits, there is a vast range, in which th
c- quantity or amount of the circulation must be
ie matter of great indifference.
ig To avoid being misunderstood, I wish my read
ed era to note particularly that what has just been sta
ie ted has had no reference to the inconveniences an
er losses necessarily experienced by creditors, whet
is ever the circulating medium is undergoing the pro
n cess of being augmented, or expanded, or to those
o far greater inconveniences and losses to which debt
it ors are subjected on the occurrence of every dimi
ie nation or contraction of that medium. These 'evil
le of change' can only be obviated by rendering th
,. change in every case as gradual as possible. W
n may conceive it to take place, however great it ma
1. be, so very gradually as to be scarcely perceptible
n in its effects, even by the parties most interested
And the ultimate results are, at all events, such a
I have described them to be.
' The temporary evils of which mention has beei
e been made, it may be proper to say, will be consi
dered in some detail, when I shall treat of the im
Mediate effects resulting from the expansions amn
I contractions of the paper money issued by th
e Now looking at ultimate results,-or supposing
n the process of change to be sufficiently slow to fur
n nish no valid objection to a diminution of the circu
e lating medium, if for any reason such diminution
d of it be a desirable measure,-I think that none o
my readers, who have carefully followed my rea
t sonings,will hesitate to give their assent to the fol.
I lowing propositions, to wit, that should ever
t bank note in the United States cease to circulate
and no other description of paper money be issues
by the government, or from any other source, tL
supply its place, the quantity of specie actually ex-
) isting in the country, to say nothing of the varn.
ous sorts of mercantile paper,as well as other con.
trivances for economising the use of money, would
l be amply su'icient for performing all the func-
tions of circulation.
If such a measure, however, as this, be adopted,
or, which is the same thing, if all banks ofcircu-
lation were to be prohibited, there can be no double
'. of every contrivance to supply the place of money

upon between eleven and twelve o'clock, a dashiy
inter- briolet, containing a gentleman of most wa
the appearance, so far as whiskered fierceness"
iver- and who was accompanied by a very dimin
A, in ", tiger," was observed to make the circuit oftD
ques- square so frequently, that the attention of seve
iibe- the inhabitants became attracted. The gentle
busi- appeared to be evidently on the "look-out,"
Sun- stopped frequently at the corner of Upper Glo
before ter st. and gazed earnestly in that direction.
length he was observed to spring from the cal
n the advance hastily to meet a lady who came
Gloucester st., and whom he instantly handed
ik of the vehicle; and, springing in himself, he d(
after off at a rapid pace up Dorset place, toward
>lica- Regent's Park. Five minutes had scarcely e
ls of ed before a tilbury, containing two gentlemen
run, of whom, an elderly man, exhibited signs ofi
July agitation, drove up to the square, and after as
per some question of the man who sweeps the cros
000l. relative to the cab and its freight, they followed
the track of the fugitives, accompanied by a pe
named Wilmot, who happening to be out ext
iatis- ing a horse, and, learning the particulars, deter
hay- ed to witness the conclusion of the affair. On re
3ank ing St. John's Wood road the pursuers we;
they fault, but were soon put on the right track by
oda- liceman, and they proceeded along the road tow
vorld the church, on arriving at which the cab was
ill be ceived passing Lord's cricket ground toward
ecu- Edgeware road. The pursuers now strained e
are nerve, and were gaining considerably upon the
when the tiger," turning round, and percei
the the pursuit, gave an alarm, and the cab went a
,and at a tremendous speed, gained the Edgeware
rmi- and dashed off to the right. On arriving at
e A- turnpike of the Edgeware road, the fugitives re,
es. ed a check, in consequence of a coal wagon c
hay- ing through at the time, and the delay was fat
len- their hopes; for the whole host of pursuers-j
ans- horsemen,and dog cart to boot-came up with ti
per when a scene ensued that baffles description
pre- The younger of the two gentlemen, who comm
sols ed the pursuit, rushed to the cab, and seizing
yards lady's companion, he pulled him out, and ha
v as the advantage in point of strength, commei
The thrashing the exquisite most soundly, amidst
98 laughter of the crowd. His companion, the e
ral- gentlemen, was meanwhile engaged in venting
pre. feelings, in a strain of no very gentle import, u
rids the lady, whom he addressed as his wife, and'
oted did not appear to be thirty. The exquisite at
de- escaped, jumped into his cab and drove off.
other party placed their prize between them in
one gig, and retraced their way. It is said that the
dy is the wife of a retired stockbroker, residing
tion the neighborhood of Portman square. The c
lien panion of her trip" is a gentlemen well km
to at the west end.
One of the modern nuisances, a steam carries
s- while passing through Pall-mall on Saturday al
the noon, between 5 and 6 o'clock, blew up oppo
don the Opera colonnade, to the terror of the many f
wn sons passing that crowded thoroughfare; fortune
his no lives were lost, nor was any mischief done,
i a cept to the machine itself.-London Sun.
nc WOND ERFUL RAPIDITY.-The Eden locomote
iOu engine on the Carlisle and Newcastle railway,
led Saturday last, performed the distance from Mil
os- to Carlisle, 12 miles, in 10 minutes, being at
ore wonderful speed of i2 miles an hour.-Cumberlh
t of Pacquet.
5ta- ADiEv.-In using this expression, which li
ne has rendered trivial, few persons recollect its ]
)m- origin and meaning, and that in pronouncing
they recommend their friends a Dieu-to the p
Ms tection of God.
the The subscriptions to the British and Forei
t i:s Bible Society for the past year, are over 180,C
the pounds, being an excess of 21,000 pounds over
previous year.
The French Institute are seriously occup
vas with a very learned work on the art of bc
lis- making.I
the Destruction of Game.-A gentleman in t]
ith county informs us that, having for some time pa
er- entertained a suspicion that his lambs were und
in- going the process of thinning by some unkno
he and unauthorised agent, he last week proei
es- three couples of dogs,andwith his gamekeeper w(
in quest of the'depredator. The party, after a bi
;e- search, discovered a female fox, which they tra<
lly to the vicinity of her den, and there shot her. Th
then dug up the den, where they found four cu
ed fine, strong, well-fed fellows, a fact which our rea
!w ers will readily believe when they are informed t!
ut besides a number of lambs' legs and :heads, a lai
ds newlykillej,and fragments of many domestic fow
ik Reynard's larder was stored with seven brace
a- grouse recently captured, and which were as ent
as when they winged the air.--.Ayr Observer.
ey FRANKLINIAN EcoNoMrY.-Aside from I
to Franklin's discoveries in Electricity and Philos
phy, a correspondent in the Washington Sun th
speaks of Dr. Franklin's discoveries in matters
ue Domestic Economy:-
e- "To no native American is more honor di
ns than to Dr. Franklin. His science, patriotism, i
s, dustry and morality, as wellas his political sag
er city, have been and are the subjects of general a
n- probation; and, as common property, it is not n
d- cessary to dilate upon them. It is his investigator
y spirit of inquiry, as to whatever new his mind res
dt ed upon, and the beneficial results of his observ
r- tions, that are now brouglh t9 view.
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Prom PuAt e M edg.fi
MAYOR'S COtURT,--Moaday, July 10.
Before the tRecoarder, lderften Binnsi, Vodes
~and others.
)m The Court met this morning at 9 o'clock, whem
the trial of Regina, Sister of Charity, was resumed
im She appeared as on Friday, in Court, attended b;
iut two female friends, associated with her in the samn
di- holy vocation. We had a belter opportunity thai
pe- was before presented of scanning the personal ap
he pearance of this unobtrusive and (as the evidence.
ias proved) excellent and amiable young lady, wh
it las not reached her 19th year. There is a subdue
ed and quiet air-a modest and indefinable chs
ir. rafter of placidity about her, which was in admi
ive rable accordance with the plain garb in which sh
at- was habited.
he Catharine Baxter was sworn.-The witness wa
he an extremely interesting and pretty girl, aged I!
3n, years, one of the pupils of sister Regina. She sta
nt. ted that Ellen Martin was incorrigably idle, and ul
tor terly heedless of remonstrances frequently used b
for her teacher; that she had been frequently warned
va- of the impropriety of such conduct. The witness
re- did not see the chastisement inflicted on Ellen, bu
re.- saw the little girl after, who made no complaints
rill and shed no tears. The witness also testified to th
re. amiable deportment of the Sister,who unfrequentl)
ed, resorted to whipping.
to Ann Eliza Shields, sworn.-This young lad
iss was educated in the school; is now an assistant
se, teacher therein, and is remarkably intelligent. Sh
on stated that she knew Ellen, the little girl,very well
that she was idle, very much so, and would not pa'
)r- attention to her lessons. This disposition hma
n- been frequently met by reproof and admonition
ig which induced no reformation. Threats of corpo
4Ie real punishment were equally vain. The child wai
-ss apt, and "had frequently made good lessons." Shi
ii- was obstinate and unyielding long before she wa
ell punished; there was nothing in the room into which
th she was taken, with which the sister could havi
punished, save a few hair pencils, &c. The sis
ig ters do not ever wear shoes shod with nails. (Here
nt one of the shoes worn by this order of ladies wai
ny exhibited in court, to the jury. We examined it mi
we nutely. It is a common slipper,made of soft leathe
at with spring heel.] The character of sister Reginm
n, is extremely mild, amiable and condescending, and
ly she very seldom whips the pupils.
ly Michael Starrs, sworn.-This witness swore po
a sitively, that he saw the child, about whose illness
er so much has been told,and on which so much strei
nat has been laid, playing in the street, last night, be
a- tween 8 and 9 o'clock. The witness is a near
ae neighbor ot Mrs Ann Martin, who in conversing
e- with him (after the whipping) stated that her chikl
c- had fits, but ascribed them to a disorganization o
of the stomach produced by eating dried apples. He
in advised her to call a physician,but she said she wai
se opposed to all doctors, and believed they did mort
to harm than good.
to Sister Mary Alvisa, the Lady Superior, testified
to the mild and gentle deportment of the 'defend.
i- ant-remarking that she evinced great zeal for the
a improvement of the children,froquently wishing her
ie to examine them.
or Alderman Badger stated that the recognizance
d, was dated on the 6th April; the offence alleged
is committed a day or two before. It was not alleged
a- before me that the child had been hurt in any other
y. part of the body. It appeared, as I sat in my
x- chair, to be black and blue across.
ie Dr Goddard said, he did not think the skin of
a the child could be easily injured, because leeches
had been applied to her temple and created no se-
d- vere mark or bruise.
i- The Rev. John Hughes deposed: That he
d called on Dr. Hornier, for the purpose of requesting
i- him to make an examination of the child. His
0- motive in taking this course was to ascertain
e whether the clamor with which he was assailed, in
t- reference to this alleged outrage on Ellen Martin,
i. was not as he suspected, without sufficient cause.
Is Dr. Hornier was at home and engaged, but interest.
e ed by Mr. Hughes' statement, he walked out with
r him, when they met Dr. Rodgers, who went with
y the witness to the Alderman's office, and made ex-
e amination of the child. Mr. Hughes took no part
1. in this, remaining aloof while it was progressing.
s So far as his observation has extended, he has
known the defendant to evince uniformly, a mild
n and conciliating disposition; and never knew her
i- to have been excited by passion.
.- Sister Alselm, bore ample testimony to the ami.
d able character of the defendant,as did Sister Louisa
e Anna Gubert. The first declared she had never
known the defendant to whip a pupil,unless it was
g absolutely necessary.
- Elizabeth Edleson said she had heard Mrs. Mar.
. tin say that the sister had beat the child's back to a
i jelly, and she would be revenged.
f Mary Franklina young lady who lives in Straw
berry street, stated that she had been a day scholar
* at St. John's school, and paid a tribute to the sis-
y ter, speaking of her mild and gentle chara,er.
, Here closed the evidence on both side. Mr. Al-
I lison briefly opened for the prosecutionand was fol.
> lowed by Messrs. Haley and Randall for the de-
- Mr. Allison rejoined. The Recorder then glan-
* cing at the whole case, charged the jury, favorably
we thought, for the defendant. The jury then reti-
red, and the Court adjourned till 9 A. M. oa Tues-
During tho whole day the Court room was
crowded by a dense mass of persons, and causing
the officers great difficulty in preserving order. One
of the spectators, named Mathew Ramsay, was
brought before the Court by officer Murphy, and se-
rarely admonished. This had the effect of caus.

An adjourned meeting of those friendly to forming
a Society for the rearing of Silk Worms and Manu-
facturing Silks, will be held (on Thursday evening
next, at 8 o'clock precisely, at Anderson's Hotel, (2d
story,) corner of 6th and Carpenter streets. Those in.
crested are invited to attend. Books for subscription
o the stock will be open.
t Second Ward, N. .-The democratic citizens of
the Second Ward, N. L., are requested to attend a
meeting on Saturday evening, 15th inst. at the house
of Lewis Snell, N. W. corner of Crown and Callow-
hill streets,at 8 o'clock, for the purpose ofmaking ar-
rangements for the October Election.
For Baltimore, via Canal.
T This Day.
The schr. INTELLIGENCE, Captain
a Williams, will sail as above. For freight
apply lo JAMES HAND,
jy 12-d 58J snuth wharves.

For New York, via Canal.
This Day.
The canal boat LODI, Captain Hains,
will sail as above. For freight apply to
jy 12--d No. 584 south wharvpes
For Norfolk & Petersburg, Va.
+On Saturday.
JDa The regular packet schr SWAN, Capt.
Tl ,ownsend, will sail as above. For freight
pply to JAMES HAND,
jy 0--d 584 south wharves.
For Savaauah, Ga.
.f A good VESSEL will be dispatched for the
above port in a few days, if sufficient freight
Tffer. Apply to JAMES HAND,
Jo 10-4 58m south wharves.
S For a Southern Port, a good VESSEL.'car.
trying Iromn 800 to 1000 lbs. will meet with
huick despatch. Apply to JAMES HAND.
je 2"-d 581 south wharves

.. ortaern Bank of Kentucky.











being made use of to a greater extent than hereto-
fore. While, for example, a bill of exchange may
be refused, in payment of commodities purchased
Sfrom an individual who is indebted at the very
place on which the bill in question is drawn, be-
cause of his preferring to remit the amount of his
debt in bank notes, the bill of exchange, if obtain-
ed at a premium less than the the expense of trans-
porting specie, may have a preference given to it
when bank notes have ceased to circulate. Other
examples, too, will occur to the reader, of ordinary
mercantile paper finding employment as money, in
the room of bank notes.
But such an addition as this is, to circulation, is
of little comparative importance in respect to my
present purpose. Even if it were not at all to oc-
cur, it will follow, on the principles already ex-
plained, that the diminution which has taken place
of the money of the country, by means of the with-
drawal of all bank paper, will be distributed, so to
speak, throughout the whole commercial world.
Hence it is easier to perceive that the actual dimi-
nution of the money which circulates, after the dis-
tribution shall have been accomplished,-and it
will evidently not be slow in being accomplished,
--will be considerably less than it was at first. If
the circulating medium of the United States be
supposed to constitute a tenth part of that of the
whole world, and if we, besides, suppose as much
as a hundred millions of dollars to be withdrawn
from the circulation, the amount by which the cir-
culating medium of our country will, thus far, have
been diminished, will be only ten millions of dol-

y The marriage of the Duke of Orleans with thlI
Princess Helena, was to take place at Fontain
i- bleau on the 6th of June, and great preparation
). were making for the event.-Scaffolding, theatres
h &c. were erecting in the Champs Elysees,and othI
d public grounds. At the Place de Greve eight hun
If dred workmen were engaged in demolishing build
)f ings which were to be dilarcd away before the da
i. of the grand banquet. Fireworks of unparallele
i. magnificence were in preparation at the Quai d'Oi
e say.
M; eunier had arrived at Havre, on the 29th May
e to embark on board an American vessel bound t
e New Orleans,
A failure to a large amount of an extensive Ame
e rican house at Paris had taken place, it is said, t
r the amount of 400,000.
d CONTINENTAL FAILUuEs.-The house of Frenc
, & Co. in Copenhagen, has become bankrupt. The
. house of Wilhelm Malm,ot Gottenburg, has become
insolvent. The debt is 495,000 rix dollars, and th
d assets 414,000 rix dollars, Swedish banco.
PARIs, May 31.-Bourse, half-past Four.-The
- French funds were quite stagnant during the wholi
of Wednesday, nor could the settlement then tak
* ing place disturb them. Spanish actives were
shade better, owing to hopes of the payment of thi
November Coupons, so often promised. This
however,will not take place before the 10th of June
if it does then,though the people seem to have faiti
in the renewed protestations ef the Spanish agents
* Active Bonds rose j on the strength of this report
* opening at 24j, and closing at 241.
f The Cortes on Sunday, May 21, by a vote of 92
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Philadelphia Board of Trade,
Monthly Committee.:

Letter Baugs,
Up at the Philadelphia Exchange.
Ship Liberty, McDowell, Canton, soon
Ship Algonquin, Turley, Liverpool, July 0
Ship Edward, Cheney, Calcutta, via Madeira, soon
Ship John Sergeant, Vandycke, New Orleans, soon
Ship Archer, Marston, New Orleans, soon
Brig Richard Alsop, Engle, Valparaiso. July 10
Brig Eagle, Martin, Cadiz, soon
Brig Virginia, King, Mobile, soon
Brig EleanorHall, Havlnai oon
Brig E miolument, Eckfeldt, a
St Martins & St Eustatia, soon
Steam packet CharlestonJ W Miercken,Charlesiton.
[July 12, at 9 A. M.
i. All Letters intended to be forwarded by the Li.
verpool Packets, and other vessels advertised in the
above list, must be left at the Foreign Letter Office
up stairs,) Philadelphia Exchange, and not dropped in
the Office briew.

Port of Phihada.-July 12.



y Brig Globe, Dolby, fin Perhanmbuco, June 9th, with
sugar,hides and horns, to John Devereux. Left barque
Mary,Smith,ofand;for Baltimore, to sail in 14 days.-
Y Brig Susan, Laudorman, of Baltimore,was to sail next
i day for Rio Janeiro.
A Sloop Henrietta, Harris, 2 days fm Bal.imore, with
; rye, to J B Lancaster.
v Barge Whale,Baldwin,36 hours fmin NYork,with mdze
d to C&FKing. C
Barque Col Howard, Gatchell, Baltimore, James
s Brig Oak, Ryder, Boston, Grant f Stone.
e Schr Fair Play, Kent, Baltimore, Jas Hand.
Schr John Randolph, Thomas, Albany, Win A Mc-
h Kee.
Schr Elizabeth & Rebecca, Allen, Albany, Wmin A
Canal boat Sarah & Jane, James,New York,A Pat-
a ton,
?Cleared from Schuylkill.
Schr Pembroke, Clark, Eastport, Walters & Sou-
r der.
SSchr Cassius, Cottenal, Beverly, Walters & Sou-
I der,
Barque Ella Hand ashore.-The ship Maryland,
- Berry, 17 days from New Orleans, bound to Amster-
I dam, put inltoiHampton Roads on Friday, for orders.
a 28th June, off the Tortugas, spoke schr Wm Tyrrell,
f. 'Duxbury, 15 days from Tampico, bound to N York.
r 30th, off Indian Key. spoke a schr 2 days from Key
West,bound to N York, reported that the captain atind
two noij of the light boat on Carrysford Reef were
Skilled by the Indians a day or two previous. Saw a
f shipunderstood to be the Ella luind, of Philadelphia,
With hay, abhore on the Tortugas, discharging cargo.
S(We believe the Ella Hand was from N York bound
to N Orleans.)
Ship Renown,Little,was at Marseilles,19th May,for
Philad. in 15 days.
S Ship Peruvian, Stansbury, from St Petersburg and
Elsineur, 42 days, arr'd at New York on Monday.
Sailed in co. wtth ship Garrone, Bardin, lor New
r York.
Ship Robert Fulton, Dubs, sailed fm Liverpool, 3d
ult. for Philad.
Ship Pocahontas,.West,entered for-loading at Liver-
* pool, previous to 3d ult. for Philad.
I Ship Helen Mar, P'roctorat Elsineur,23d May,from
r Matanzas.
Ship Allegheny, Michaels, was up at Liverpool, 2d
ult. for Philad. soon.
The Hector, and HarmanyWilson,sailed from Lon-
f donderry, 28th May, for Philad.
' The Franklin, and Carouge, Robinson, sailed from
Londonderry, 24th May, for Philad.
Barque Ohio, Levy, hence at the Loire, 23d May.
Barque Josephine, Johnson, was up at N Orleans,
26th ult. for Philad. on the 10th inst.
S Barque Condor, Hatch, fm Ponce, (PR.) 25th June,
arr'd at NYorkon Monday. Left brigs Wm Thatcher,
Hill, for Philadelphia in 10 days; Enterprise, from
Edentonjust arrived. July 8th, off Egg -Harbor,
fell in with a centre board boat about 20 feet long
-had been sloop rigged-s-par and tails still hanging
to her-bottom painted green, top black with a white
A letter from Canton, dated 18th March, says:." the
Sbrig Delight, Story, will depart for Singapore and a
market, tomorrow. Ship Commerce, Fleming, will
Assail for NYork, via Manilla, previous to the lot April.
The Osage, Furber; Chamolain, Ritchie;and Splendid,
SRodgers, will load for NYork-time of sailing uncer-
Brig Delos, Smith, hence at Leghorn 15th May.
Brig Granite. Fisher, cleared at Boston on Satur-
day, for Philad.
Brig Criterion, Hunt, was up at Mobile 26th ult.
for freight or charter
Schr John Stull,Teal, sailed from Richmond on Fri-
day, for Philad.
Schrs Russell and John U Dennis, Payne, hence at
Hartford. Cleared, schr Excel, for Philad.
Schr Three Sisters. Stone, cleared at Baltimore on
Saturday, for Philud.
Schrs Sagadahock, Nickerson,and Swan, Eldridge,
cleared at Boston on Saturday. for Philad.
Sloop Kent, Murphy,cleared atN York on Saturday
for Philad.
Schr Miller, Hand, sailed from Alexandria 8th inst.
for Philad.
Canal boat Mary Cornelia, Lenox, hence at NYork
en Sunday. *
A schr arrived at Quebec on the 4th inst. with 15
of the pa:.engers of the brig Margaret, of and from
Belfast, bound to New York,that vessel having sprung
a leak at sea. The whole of the passengers, 150 in
number, were taken out by the barque Carleton, and
landed at Dalhousie, Baie Chaleur.
Another schr arrived in the afternoon from Bay
Chaleur, with 48 passengers of the Margaret, froup
On the 1st of July, between the hours of 2 and 3
P M. off Savannah, the pilot boat Marion discovered
to the leeward something in the water, being eleva-
ted from 12 to 15 feet off N. Edisto. On keeping
away to ascertain what it was, discovered a mast,
supposed to be a schr of 160 to 170 tons, hull up,with
two iron hands,one on the hull, the other abouttthree
feet above.
Arrived at Savannah, July 4, schr Deposite, Ha.
ley, 4 days from Havana. On the 29th ult. saw an
english brig, ashore on Carysford reef, apparently
about 300 tons-eight wreckers on the reef around

ing the observance of better order among the look-
ers on.
Tuesday, July 1lth.
The Jury this morning, returned a verdict of
Guilty of assault and battery on the person of Ellen
Application has been made for a new trial.

LITIGATION, &c.-Hard times for lawyers in
Lewis county! Population, 16,000-and during a
year past, there has not been a criminal case tried
in the county; court, nor an indictment found!
Only three persons have been caged in jail for
slight offences during the whole year. But two per-
sons have been sent to the State Prison in all the
last four years. The number of civil suits in the
county courts rarely exceeds four or five-and oc-
casionally there is not a particle of business for the
court. If they have any thing in Lewis county
worth stealing or quarreling about, we must say
that this picture tells well for public morals in
Northern New York.-Rochester Daily Jdv.

Paganini! Paganini,
Never was there such a geni-
us before as Paganini!
Though his figure's lank and leany,
Though he is a little mean, he
Still, you knew, is Paganini!
Like rich allies fresh and green
Are the strains of Paganini.
Nothing's seen of the machine-
ry of art in Paganini,
rom the first set off, alfine
Nature's all to Paganini.
Fifty piano's con sordini
Can't come up to Paganini.
If there is a man whom the knee
May bend to,-'tis Paganini.
Bilious men, and men who're spleeny
Ought to go to Paganini.
Dullest fellows I have seen e-
lectrified by Paganini.
Such his power that-"Nota Bene"-
The D-I himself or else his pleni-
potentiary is Paganini!
[London Jurnal.