New-York gazette & general advertiser
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Title: New-York gazette & general advertiser
Uniform Title: New-York gazette & general advertiser (New York, N.Y. 1822)
Alternate title: New York gazette and general advertiser
Alternate Title: New York gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59-66 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Lang, Turner & Co.
Place of Publication: New-York N.Y
Creation Date: July 4, 1838
Publication Date: 1822-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 13466 (May 1, 1822)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1840. Cf. Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers.
General Note: Publishers: Lang, West & Co., 1832; John Lang & Co., 1833-1837; C.F. Daniels, 1837-1839; C.F. Daniels & A. McCall, 1839-1840; Alexander McCall, 1840.
General Note: Editors: R.U. Lang, <1837>; C.F. Daniels, <1838>; Alexander McCall, <1840>.
General Note: National Republican, 1822-1835; Whig, 1835-1839. Cf. Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers.
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VOL. 50,-NO. 18.417.

I1 I I II. I


The proprietors of the several Lines of Packets
between New York and Liverpool, have arranged
thr their sailing from each port on the 1st. 7th, 13th,
19th and 25th of every month; the ships to succeed
each other In the following order,-viz
Days sailing
Shins. Captains. from New York.
PENNSYLVANIA, Smith, July 7 Nov 7 Mar. 7
SAINT ANDREW. Thompson 13 "13 13
ORPHEUS, Bailey, 19 19 19
disAKSPEARE, Collins, 25 25 25
CAMBRIDGE. Bursley, Aug. 1 Dec 1 Apr 1
VIRGINIAN. HIarris, 13 13 13
*OXFORD, Kathbone, "119 1, 19 19
aIDDONS. Britton, "125 "25 25
NORTH AMERICA, Hoxie, Sept 1 Jan 1 Mayl
ROSCOE, Delano, '. 7 7 A 7
SHEFFIELD. Allen, "13 13 13
EUROPE, Marshall, '19 19 19
SHERIDAN, Peirce, "25 25 25
COLUMBUS. CropDer. Oct 1 Feb I Junel
GEO WASHINGTON. Holdredge. 7 7 '7 7
UNITED STATES, Holdredge. "13 '13 13
SOUTH AMERICA, Baistow, "19 r 19 1 19
GARKICK, Palmer, 25 25 *'
ENGLAND. Waite, Nov 1 Mar July 1
Days sailing
Ships. Captains. from Liverpool.
ENNaVLVANIA, Smith, Aug 25 Dec 25 Apr25
SAINT ANDREW. T'hompson ect I JanI May I
ORPHIEUz. Bailey, 7 .6 7 7
IBHAKsPEARE, Collins. "13 13 13
CAMBRIDGE. Bursley, i 19 19 19
INDEPENDENCE, Nye, 14 25 "U5 25
VIRGINIAN, Harris, Oct 1 Feb 1 June 1
OXFORD. Itathbone, 7 7 i 7
SIDDIINS. lirrtton. 13 13 13
NORTH AMERICA, lioxie, 19 "19 19
ROSCOE, Delano, 25 25 25
slIEFFIbLD, Alien, Nov 1 Mar 1 July 1
EC.ROPE. Marshall, 7 7 L' 7
JSHERIDAN, Peince. .13 13 13
COLUMBUS, Cropper, "19 19 19
GEO WASl1lNGTGN,Holdrege, 25 '" 25 25
UNITED STATES, Holdrege, Dec 1 Apr 1 Aug I
SOUTH AMERICA, Barstew, 7 7 7
GARRICK. Palmer, "13 3 13 13
ENGLAND Waite, '119 '19 19
Trh ese Ships are all of the first class, and ably
commanded, with elegant accommodations for pas.
sengers. The price of passage from New York to
Liverpool. Is fixed at $140, and from Liverpool 1o
New York at 5 guineas, including wines, stores
and bedding. Neither the captains or owners will
be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages,
unless regular bills of lading are signed therelor. j
agents for ships Oxford, North America, Europe,
rCfIlumbus, South America, England, Orpheus, and
GOODIIUE & CO. or New York,
Agents for ships St. Andrew, Virginian, Sheffield.
arid United States
T. & I. SAN D & CO. Liverpool.
Agents for shins Pennsylvania, Indepeudence,
Rosece. and GeO Wadhiugitn.
G;IlNN ELI.. IN I lNN & CO. NewYork.
Agents f...c ships Silakspeaie, Siddons. Sheridan.
aand GanLick
g. K. COLLINS & CO. New-York.
JL2 WM. v JAS. BROWN iV CO. Liverool

?s i tn lait, Iuth, and 20th of every month- fis
Line of packets will hereafter be composed
01 tile IOJInlwUi, g Ships, which will s-cceeid each oth-
er in rne order in which they are named, sailing
punctually from New York and Portsnrouith oil the
st, 10th, and 20th, and from London on ttie th, 17th
sald 27th of every month throughouL tie year, viz:
Jan. I1 Feb. 17 Feb. 20
ST JAMES, Sebor, May I June 17 Jmne 20
Sept. Oct. 17 Oct. 20
Jan. 10 Feb. 27 C Mar. I
MONTREAL,Grrfin-m, May 10 1une27july 1
Slct. 10 Oct. 27?Nov.I
Jan. 2 Mar. 7 Mar. 10
GLADIATOR, Britton,May 0 uly 7 .luly 10
Sept. 20 (Mar. 7 Nov. 10
SFeb. Mar. 17 Mar. 20
MEDIATORCharplinJue 1 .luly 17^l I .luiy 20
Oct. I (Nov.17Nov.20
SFeb. 10 Mar. 27 Apiil 1
QUEBEC, Ilebard Julle 10 July 27 Aug. 1
JOct. 10 (Nov,27 c. I
Feb 00 April 7 pri 10
WELLINGTON, June 20 April 5 Aprl 10
D. Chadwick. Oct. 20 Dec. 7 Dec. 10
h.HI A, Man. I 'April 17 1April 20
Morgan, Juy I Aug. 17 Aug. 20
Morgan, Nov ec. 17 ( ec. 20
(Mar 10 April27 May I
SAMSOM, Sturges, July 10-Aug.27 Sept. 1
Nov. l10 Dc.27 Jan. 1
Mar. 20 (May 7 May 10
-PRESIDENT, July 21) Gept. 7 Sept 10
J. M. ChadwIcK, Nov. 20 (Jan. 7 .an. 10
April 1 My 17 May 20
ONTARIO, Huttleson, Aug. 1 Sept.17 Sept.28
(Dec. 1 san. 17 (Jan.20
( April 1 May 27 June 1
TORONTO, Griswold. Aug. Set.27 Oct. 1
Dec. to(Jan. 27 Feb. 1
(April 2) June 7 .une 10
WESTMINSTER,Moore Aug. 20 Oct. 7 Oct, ID
(Dec. 203 Feb. 7 Feb.10
These shipsare all of the fistclass, about 600 tons
Surthen, and are commanded by able and expe-
rienced navigators. Great-care will be taken that
the beds, wines, tores, &c. are of the best descrip.
tirn. The price of cabin passage, M3 now fixed at
140 outward, for each adult, which includes wines
and liquors. Neither the captains nor owners of
thesee packets will be responsible for aMy letters,
parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular
Bills of Lading are signed therefore. Apply to
GRINNELL, MINT1IRN & CO. 134 Front-st. or to
JOHN GRISWOII). 70 )South.street. New Ynrk. J2
Persons desirous ot emigratIng to this da
lightful and healthy country can have tieir
passage secured on application at the I EXA l P'AS-
SAGE OFFICE,. 14 Tontine Building, -all street.
The country Is rapidly filling up with emigrants,
and of the very best class. Many Scotch, German,
Swiss andIrish families on arriving in tills country
have immediately embarked for Texas. 'Ihe soil 3
ofthe very best quality, the climate suseniorto any
.other on the American continent, and labor far
more liberally rewarded; oflenins great inducements
to the industrious mechanic and farmer to make
this couiltry his future home. The price of Govern-
ment Lands is fixed at .1 Ci) per acre. the scrip for
which, wi h aright to lIcate upon lads unlocated,
can be obtained of the suascrlber. First rate ves-
sels will JIe deespatched fur sone part in Texas as of-
ten as once or twice a month. ihe subscriber is
ever ready to give any information In hia power ta
those who may wish toi make inquiries in relation
to the country, andwillbe found at his ofuic daily,
from 9 A M. to P.M.
B. IH. No(RTON Tontinri Building,
Jl4 corner Wall amd Water-sts.

NEW ORLEANS--[espastcr Line.J
Thtj Line consists ot 21 Ships and Brigs, one of
which will sail weekly till 1st October, after which
two will sail weekly through the business season.
These ships are all of the tirst class, warranted to
insure at the lowestrate, and to take steamersup
the ilississippl. Freight and passengers will beta-
ken at 10 per cent. less rates than by any other
line whatever, Apply to
R. EL WELL. Plt tOffice, 50Southstreet.
All goodsfrom out ports will be shipped to and
forwarded immediately at New-Orleans free of
commission, and every care and attention paid to
warrant despatch and safety. Merchants having
right to dispose of will find it decidedly to their
nterest to aDDly as abo'e. a9

New sinip EDWINA, F. West, master,

S hip LORENA,.3. Urquhart, master.
Ship TUSKINA, R. H. Post, master.
Ship ALABAMIAN, W. B. Lane, master.
Ship RUSSELL BALDWIN, J. U.Magna, master.'
Ship JIUNIOR, W. II. Williams. master.
Ship ELISIIA DENISON, G. West, master.
Ship ST. JOHN, G. I. IHitchcock, master.
The line will consist of nine ships, which will cna.
Die us to despatch three vessels a month, when the
trade requires It. These ships are of the first class,
built expressly for the trade of the best materials
coppered and copper fastened, with extensive and
handsome accommodations, and corn handed by ex-
perienced masters, and will sail p'urctually as ad.
vertised-when the day of sailing thlls on Sunday,
the ship will sail on the Monday following. The
price of passage Is 875, without liquors. All goods
forwarded to the subscribers will be shipped free
s6 E. D. HURLBUT J& CO. 84 South
,$af The subscribers have established a line of
A packets to run between this part and Mobile,
tO consist of vessels of a suitable size to go to the
City without lighterage, and is composed of the fol-
lowing vessels:
Brig VIJTRESS, S. W. Dickinson, master.
WARSAW, P. Sheffield, master'
DETROIT, F. W. Williams, master.
," LEWIS CASS.J. Thatcher, master.
CAMILLA, F. Nicholsmaster.
New brig MOBILE.
The above are all good vessels with handsome fur-
nished accommodations, and are cammandedby ex-
perienced masters,. Insurance can be effected at
the lowestrates of premium. This line ofpackets
will have prompt despatch, and all goods forwarded
to the subscribers will he shipped freeot commission.
For freight or passage, apply to
d8 RTURGES CLEARMAN. 92 Wall-st.

Ship MATILDA, W. W. Benson, master.
Ship INDIANA D. D.Churchill, master.
New ship GEORGIA, E. Talbot, master.
These vessels are of light draft of water, built ex-
pressly for the trade, of the best materials, copper
fastened and coppered, with handsome accommoda-
tlons, and will sail punctually as advertised-when
the day of saillng falls on Sunday, the ship will sail


To sail from New-York on the 4th, 16th and 24th,
and from lHavre on tile 1st, 8th, and 16th of every
From ,New- York. From Havre.
16th Dec. l st Feb
J. Castoff, (21th July Sth Sept.
24th Dec 8th Feb.
Ship SULLY, D. Lines, 16th Ap. >1st June.
(8th Aug. 16th Sept
Ship BURGUN'DY, 8th Jan. 16th Feb.
John Rockett, 24th Ap. > 8th June
( 16th Aug I st Oct.
16th Jan. 1st Mar.
Ship RHONE, Wi r sklddy. s\8th May. 16th June
(24th Aug 8th Oct.
24th Jan. 8th Mar.
Ship CII ARLEMAGNE, 6th May 1 st July
Capt. Richardson. ( 8th Sept. l(;thOct.
Ship VILLE DE LYON, th Feb. 16th Mar.
SChas. Stoddard, 24tnMay 8th.July.
( 16th tiep 1st Nov.
16th Feb 1st April.
Ship FRANCIS I. Win W Pll 8th June 16th July
(24th Sep 8th Nov
24tlh Feb. 8th April.
Slhlp FORMOSA, W. Orne, ith.une> st Aug.
8th Oct. 316th Nov
8th Marh 16th April
Shirt SILVIE DE GRAS8E 2th.lure 8th Dec.
L. Welderholdt. ( ith Oct. lIst 1ec.
C 16thMar, 1t I May.
ShIDPOLAND, Capt. Anthony. 8thJuly 16 Aug.
(24th Oct. 8th Dec.
24th Mar 8th May
Ship ALBANY, J. Johnson. l6thJul 1st Sept.
8th Nov. 316th lec
These vessels are all of the first class and ably
commanded, with elegant accommodations for pas.
sengers, comprising all that may be required for
comfort and convenience, including wines and
stores of every description. Goods sent to either of
the subscribers at New-York, will be forwarded by
their packets free of all charge except the expenses
actually incurred.
WM. WIITLOCK, Jr. 46 South st d16

The ships of this Line will continue theirdepartura
from New York on the 1st. ard will sail from Havre
on the 24th of each month during the year, thus:-
PraomNer eYork. From Ha
Ship UTICA, Ist anua-rI 24th Feb.
Ca, .J.B.Pell IstMay 24thJune
1st Septeinc'r 24thOct.
ShipCH .CARROLL, 1st February 24th Mar.
;aptWin.Lee, 1stJune 24th July
1st October 24th Nov.
Ship ERIE, 1st March 24th April
Capt. Edw. Funk, st July 24th Aug.
1st Novemb'r 24th Dec.
Ship BALTIMORE, I st April 21th May
Capt. Jas. Funck, 1st August 24th Sept
(lst December 24th Jan.
The commanders a;e well known; their reputa-
tion is the guarantee of the qualities of their ships.
The accommodations are not surpassed, combining
all that may be required for comfort. Passengers
will be s'.4.pplied with every requisite.
Goods intended for these vessels will be forwarded
by the subscriber, free from any other than the ex.
penses actually incurred them. For freight or
passage apply to
min0 JOHN I. BOYD). Agent, 9 Tontine Buildine.
g The Louisiana and New YorkLine ofPack.
5Q ets will sail on every other Monday,from N.
York, and from New Orleans, and to insure the
strictest punctuality in the time of sailing, the Line
will hereafter consist ef six ships, viz-
Ship VICKSBURG, Capt. Woodhouse, 29th Jan'y.1
MISSIfSSIPPI, Capt. Davis, 12th February.
YAZOO, Captain Trask, 26th February.
LOUISViLLE, Capt. Palmer, 12th March.
IIUNTSVILLE, Capt. Eldridge, 26th March,
The above ships are all new, ot the first class, are
copper fastened and coppered, and upwards of 500
tons burthen-are of a very light diaftof water, be-
ing built in this city, expressly for the trade. The
price of passage is fixed at 8100. Their cabiga are
fitted on the most improved and convenient plan%
and furnished in a neat and ezcgant style. Ample
stores of the first quality, will be provided, and
every regard had to the comfort, convenience and
entire satisfaction of passengers. IThese packets
are commanded by captains well experienced in
the trade, who will give every attention and ex-
ert themselves to accommodate. They will at all
timesbe towed up and down the Mississippi by steam
boats and the strictest punctuality observed in their
time of sailing. Neither the owners or captains o1
these ships will be responsible for jewelry, bullion,
precious stones,silver or plated ware, or nor any let-
ters, parcel or package. sent by or put on board of
them, unless rn-gular bills of lading are taking for
the same, and the value therein expressed. All
goods sent to the subscriber, will be forwarded free
of commission. For freight or passage, apply to
E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 Scuth st.
No freight received after the Satturday evening
previous to the dayv of sale. .119
Ship LYONS, Davenport, Master.
Ship CIIARLES, Brewster, do
Ship ANNAWAN, Tooker, do
Ship MAJESTIC, Sanison, do
Ship IIENRY KNEELAND, Bartlng, do
The line will consist of ample ships to be dis
patched on the 1st, 10 h and -20ih, of each month,
when the trade requires it The vessels employed
will be ofthe first class, that will Insure at the low-
est rates, will be towed up the Mississippi by steam,
and all goods forwarded forshipment, will be attend.
ded to, free of commission.
Applylto D. H. ROBERTSON,
a7 169 Maiden lane.
The Vessels comprising the above line
will be despatcheJ from New York and Sa-
vannah, in the following order .
New shipu AlIiRN, N. P. Durfey, master
Ship T'1ENTON, Jlames S. Bennett, master.
Ship REPUBLICAN, R. W. Foster, master.
Ship MILLEDGEVILLE, D. L. Porter, master.
Ship NEWARK, T. Dunhajn.Jr. inaster.
The above Ships are all of the first class and all
built in New-York, expressly for this business.-
Their accommodations for passengers are elegant
and extensive, and every facility will be afforded to
slippers by tills line. Goods forwarded to the sub.
scribers will be shipped Iree of allcharges except
those actually incurred. For freight or passage, ap-
ply to
JOHNSON & LIOWDEN,8R Wall-street
J6 or WASHBUIIRN & LEWIS, Savannah.
SAVANNAII PACKETS-Brig formerly Schooner)
This line is composed of
Bris MADI)ISON. W. Bulkleynmaster.
Brig T''YBEE, F. Lyon, master.
Brig WM TAYIOR, N. Haey, master.
Brig GEOIGIA, E. Sherwood, master.
Brig SAVANNAH. (new) .1. Livermore. master.
Brig AUGUST'A, (new)A. Hubbard, master.
Builtexpressly for the Savannah trade, and have
superior furnished accornoodations, and are com-
manded by experienced and obliging masters. They
will sail inregular succession and continue to meet
with their usual despatch. All goods forwarded to
the subscribers will be shipped free of commission.
For freight or passage, apply to
a21 S'ITURGES &. CLEARMAN. 92 Wall-st.
Brig D. B. CRANE, R11. T. Rrown, master,
PREMIIUIM, A. Carlow, do
Brig MACON, A. Bibbins, do
DARIEN, C. P. Buckley. do
NEW JERSEY, B. Mathews, do
T'rhe subscriber has in connection with Messrs.
HIawes, Michel&Collins ofDarien, Gao., establish.
ed thie above line f vessels biilt expressly for the
above trade and all copper fastened, who have also

three steamboats running on the river. All goods
forwarded to the agont in New York will be forward-
ed free ofr;ommirsion. Apply to
R. M. DEMILL, 188 Frontst., or
P. S. A Line of sntaes runs from Darien to Macon
three times a week. Also, steam boat to St. Au-
gustine twice a week. J13

This Line is composed of the following vessels, viz:
Brig SUN. George Brown, master.
LAWRENCE, I). Bulkley.maater.
PLANTER, J. Sturges,gmaster.
GEORGE, B. Hull, master.
MOSES, D. Brown, master.
JONES, W, Huil.master.
COURIER, Thos, R. Herbest, master.
The above are first rate vessels on which insur-
ance can be effected at tha lowest rates. The Cap-
tains are men of much experience, have been long
in the trade. are obliging, and will exert themselves
to give satisfaction. Allgoods from the country di.
erected to the care of the Agent in New York, will be
forwarded free ofcommissions.
GEO. BIULKLEY, Agent, 88 South st. or
W. JONES & SMITH, 82 East Bay,
Fl Agents in Charleston.
[Commercial Line.]
The following Vessels comprise the Con.
mercial Line. viz :
Brig DIMON, F-redeick Sherwoad. msrter.
Brig COKI)EIIA, Francis Sherwood.
Brig BIIENOS AYRES. It. Stuart.
New brig ASHLEY. J Pike.
New brig PERRY, H. Hamilton.
The above are all first class Vessels.bult expressly
for this trade, and commanded by experienced and
obliging masters. Their accommodations for pas-
sengers are extensive and neatly fitted up, and
every exe"tion will be made to please inoth shippers
and passengers. All goods forwarded to the subscri-
baers, will be shipped free of Commission. For freight
or Passage, apply to the master, on board, between
Murray and l'ine street wharfs, orto
m27 WM. A. CAiDWELL & SON. Charleston.
The following vessels will compose the
Tremont Line for the season.
Schooner BEN.I. BIGELOW. F. Wells, master.
Schooner FR1ENI). .J flaker.master.
Schooner SALEM. A. Eldridge, master.
Schooner FAIRFIELD, W. Burr. master.
Schooner GRECIAN, A Chase, master.
Schooner A. Matson, master.
The above vessels are all of the first class, com-
manded by men experienced in the trade, f-nd will
insure at the lowest rates. One vessel will be reg-
ularly despatched every Wedresdc.y and Saturday,


Goods to and from Great Britain and Ireland.
Regular communication with the Banks of England
Ireland and Scotland.
' The regular packets sailing on the 1st, 8th, 16th,
24th, and30th of each month in the year. For the
immediate purpose of remitting with safety, Drafts
will be given directly on the "Royal Bank of Eng-
land," to those feeling desirous of sending sums of
money to their friends, avoldidg a connexion with
any agency or agencies throughout the provinces.
Passengers intending sending their friends, will
study their comfort, by applying at No. 67 South-
The subscribers feel a pleasure In making known
from their systematic and business engagements,
they have considerably extended and concluded
their arrangements with the most opulent and
wealthy bankers. for the payment of their Drafts on
presentation in England, Scotland and Wales, a
convenience only known to this establishment "
As regards their Drafts or Bank Post Notes, on the
"Royal Bank of Ireland," they wish it lobe clearly
understood, they are paid at sighl,free trom charge
in every Province and County, besides in all the in-
land towns, answering the same purpose precisely
as Bank of Ireland Notes.
Tho.e persons des;reus of having Drafts on the
undermentioned places, can always be accommo-
dated in sums, large or small, to suit the conven-
ience of purchasers. The same they cen forward,
with their New York Cert ficate Passage, by the
packet ships sailing frorn hence on the 1st, 8th, 16th
21th, and 30th of every month.
On Dublin, the Royal Bank of Ireland, C. CoDland.
Esq, manager, payable in all the inland towns
through Ireland.
On London, Messrs Prescott, Grote, Ames & Co.
On Liverpool, the Union Bank, James Lister, Esq.
manager, payable in all the inland towns through
On Glasgow Branch, John WyldEsq. manager.
On Edirinbure. Commer-:ial Bank of Scutlana, Robert
Paul, general manager.
On Dumfries, William Goldiu,Esaq, manager.
On Inverness. JohnTlionpson, I-sq manager.
Also, thie West of England and South Wales Dis-
trict Iank. and Its Branches; and the East ofEng-
land Bankl. Apply or address, post paid,
ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO. 67 southh St. N York.
CDa Who beg respectfully nt iorm the public
thaL they have nu connexion with any other'estab-
lishment. J23

I'ersons desirous of shipping Goods to Columbus,
Georgia, and other towns on the Chattahoochie and
Flint IRivers, are informed that regular packets will
run between New York and Apalachicola, where
steam boats will be in readiness to transport the
goods up river. Goods for Apalachicola will be land-
ed from the ships upon the wharf. Those for the
interior will be transhipped at once on board of
stearmboats, and forwarded without delay to their
destination, with a single handling. Those who
choose to accompany their goods can reship them
at Apalacihicola without incuring any expense, and
at very low rate oftreight. For further particulars,
refer to Messsrs. E.D. HU.LBUIr & CO 84 Soutl-st.
New York. NU4JR-E, BROOKS& CO.
General Agents and Commission Merchants.
J30 Aoalac!iicola, 1loridz.
rpRUNKKSguitable for tlieSouthern trade, dealers.
I and others. Seal Skin Trunks, in nests and hf
nests; Hair do; Leather Folio do. A quantity of the
above Trunks, best quality, manufactured by Fol-
som Dorsett.for sale by the subscribers, at their ship
bread and cracker bakery, 96 Pine-st.
PILOT BREAD, Medium Bread. Navy Bread, Wine
Biscuit, Butter and Water Crackers, constantly
on hand. and for sale, in quantities to suit purcha-
sers. at 96 Pine-street.
L 31 Broad street, offer for sale the following as-
sortment of Dundee Linens-
Burlaps-4 4 of various qualities
Canvas Padding-assorted numbers
Imitation Russia Sheetings-bl'hed and brown
Brown Twilled Sacking
Crequillas andTicklenburgs
Twilled Sacking and Hessians
Brown Buckram -of superior fabric
Linen Drilling-brown and dyed
Hemp Carpeting-of various widths and colors
Unbleached Bear Duck
Also--Cotton Bagging, Seine and Raline Twine.

G ERKDING & SIEMON, 59 Maiden Lane, offer tor
sale low and on accommodating terms to
Glassware, of every description; Piano Fortes
Seraphinos, Accordions, Violins, Guitars, Flutes.
Also, fancy boxes Cologne Water, Snuff Boxes
Toilet Stands. Beads of all kinds
Scissors, Thermometers
Surgical and Mathematical Instruments
Guns, Pistols, Fancy and Sword Cases
German Silver, German Silver Knives and Forks.
Toys and Dolls by the case, and Fancy Goods in
general. Goods imDorted to order. m2l
I YER & CO. Commission Merchants, 56 Broadway,
next door to Waverly House, offers at private sale-
Duff Gorden & Co's. Wines-Gold, brown and pale
Sherry wines, Amontillado brand, Sherry do; the
above in hhds and qr casks.
Duff Gorden's-Superior old pale Sherry; very su-
perior old Paie Sherry; AmonlilladoPasado do. vin-
tage of 1796; Amontillado Pasado brown Sherry, vin-
tage ef 1796. These wines are put up in cases of 1
doz. bottles each.
Port Wines-Old London Dock Port. Brown Sher-
ry and Madeira, selected with great care, in cases
of I dozen each.
Champagne-Comet, Star, Jolly, Pearl, Phenix
Belle. Heidsick. Ship, Anchor and other brands.
Claret Wines-Chatteaux Margaux, Leoville, St
Julien, Latour. Laflitte, Demljohns. &c. jis
HARDWARE, GUNS, CUTLEItY, &c! 67 New-st,-
I.4 casksbrass drop Pad Lotks;.assorted
3 do bright face Sledge and Hand Hammers
16 baskets Smith's bright face Vices
2 do double Handscrew Plates
4 casks 4j feet polished IalterChains
6 do Japanned Norfolk Latches
3 do warranted Steely yards
4 do brass and lion head Fire Irons
150 dozen Shovels and Spades, Nos. I and 2-
10 casks brass Chamber Candlesticks
Wood Screws, assorted
3 do Attwood's do do do
2 do straight bright round Bolts
2 do Carpenter's Knob Locks
5 do Closet. Chest, Till and T'runk Locks
2 cases Flint and Percussion Gun Locks
2 casks Rat Traps;4 do Corn Mills
7 do Smiths' Bellows Pipes
10 do Carpenter's New York yellow handle and
Mane n'urry Combs
20 cases single and double barrel Flint and Per-
cussion Guns,whi te,steel &silver mounted
20 cask- Lyndon & Adams' Japanned Carolina
Ilocs, Nos. 000, 00, 0,1, 2, 3
7 no tinned and untinned Tea Kettles
i do bright and tinned short handle Frying Pans
6 do untinned and untinned Sauce Pans
51( Waldron's Anvils; 1 case Holster Pistols
10 casks black and filed'edge Hooks and Hinges
10 do Polished 6( feet straight and twisted link
Trace Chains. Nos. 23 4
4 casks Table and Pocket Cutlery, assorted
10casks Saws Drawing Knives, Sucket Chissels,
Plane Irons. Rasps, Files, &c..
3 cases real Mouse Hole Anvils
100 doz. "Waldrons" prime corn &grass Scythes.
sale by
j18 HUBBARlD &CA,,SEY.67 New street.
PE'iTR IHARMONY & CO. offer for sale at No. 631
Sugar-200 boxes prime white Havana Sugar;400 do
do brown do; 200 10ds choice Porto lico Sugar
Coffee--500 bags Laguira green Coffee; 33 bags coin
mon Havana do
Sheetings- 500 pieces sup'r quality Russia Sheeting
Duck--100bol ts UX Russia Duck, 500 pieces light Ra-
Hemp-2 tons damaged Iemp. [vens
Coolilla-25 tons superior quality Hemp Codilla
Tvrtoise Shell--100 bs Tortoise Shell
Segars-500,000 choice Iavana Segars
Saffron-160 Ibs Spanish Saffron
Sarsaparilla-15 bales Jamaica Sarsapnrilla
Almonds-300 bags, 150 large fails hard snell Al-
Raisins--Bunch Raisins, in whole half and qr boxes;
200 kegs Malaga Sun Raisins
Hides-17(0 Jamaica Hides
Leather--300 sides South American Leather. j18
BENJAMIN H. FIELD offers for sale at 2a Burling
Lead-16.500 pigs of Fever River. In store
Sugar-218 lihds. perbrigAnn Smith,from N. Orleans
Alrnonds-300 bales Marseilles hard shell; 60 do soft
PlcKles-300 cases Olives and Capers [shell
Salad Oil-500 baskets, entitled to debenture; 100
ca-es do, in white bottles
Indigo-Manilla, Caraccas and Guatemala
Saltpetre- 1000 kegs Salem and Boston refined
Alum--00 bls. Baltiniore, alem and Patapsco
Copperas-15t casks Green Mountain
Shel!ac-100 cases liver and orange
Madder-75 hhds Dutch Crop and Ombro
Blue Vitriol--O 5is. of Boston
Prussiate Potash--5000 lbs English and American
Prussian blue--!0,000 ls of No. 1; 2000 do No. 2
Lemon Juice-Concentrated in pipes
Olive Oil-l-0 pipes entitled to debenture
Cream Tarmar-fi casks refined
Causuor Oil-100 his No 1; 20 do do 2
Co:ks-20 iales common; 10 do vplvet
Chrome Yellow-200 cases Baltimore Chemical anid
Baltimore manufactured
Chrome Green-50 cases Baltimore and Tieman's
Epson Salts-20)0 bhs and 300 half do
Flor Sulphur-30 casks
Also-Licorice Root; Tarteric Arid; powdered White
Wax; Canada Balsam; Magnesia Carb.; Senna
Estenhdia; Quinine, Cochineal, silver grey; Rhu-
barb Root, of handsome quality.
White Lead-100 his and 100 halves of dry Plilad.
and New York; 500 kegs in Oil, pure, do; 500 do
do No 1. do; 500 do do ds2, do
Red Lead--100 kegs of fine quality
Litharge-100 kegs of fine quality [factory
Glassware--A full assortment from Bridgeton Glass
Window Glass-15,000 boxes of the Watertord. Poto-
mac. Washington.Columbia. Jackson Peru. Mar-
shallville Champlain and Cumberland brands.
J W. & T. NESMITH,50 Pine street, offer for sale
by the package
100 bales Waltham A & B and Nos. 2,3, 4. 5 and 6
Brown Goods
120 do Portland and Attleboro heavy 4-4 brown
Sheetings [Sheetings
100 do Lonsdale and Woonsocket4-4 stout brown
90 bales Weatherhead and )anielao 4-4 brown do
80 do Wrentham and Smithfield rnRmdiuimnuiiaitr

Mobile. Alabanla

John ClapD, Esq.
Messrs. Hamilton& Co.
Van Schaick & Adams,
A. Adams & Co.
Joseph Repha, Esq.
Thess. Wickersham, Esq.
Messrs. Randolph & McCredle,
Cclton & Jiarke,
R. B. Haxall J& Co.
Rogers & Gray,
Mssrs. Nelson & Stockdell,
Dunns,M'llwain& Brownley
Chas, F. Osborne,Esq.
David Dunlop,Esq.
Hon. John Robertson,
John Tyier,
W. H. Harrison. Ohio.

I New York.

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PLANE MACHINE, for planing, tongueing and
grooving from forty to sixty feet length of plank or
boards per minute. with a smoother surface than
any other machine heretofore erected, either softer
hardwood. The subscriber having obtained letters
patent therefore. under seal of the United States, da-
ted 15th November, 1836, now offers for sale Rights
for States, Counties, Towns, or Single Machines.
Said patent was granted under the new patent law,
(and underwent the strictest examination,) which
took effect 4th July, 1836, the old law being repealed
on that day by Act of Congress. Said machinery
can be seen In operation at the old planing factory
of Win. Hasiins. Esq., Troy. Rensselaer County
(where the comparative merits of Woodworth's old
and new Patents maybe seen in operation,)who has
lull power to sell and dispose ot Rights and Machines,
which will be furnished at short notice in and for
the States of New York, Vermont, and Michigan,-
Also in operation in the city of Albanv at the Dye
Wood Mills of George Russel and Brothel, 57 Water
street, who will give all requisite information as to
sales, &c. Applications personally ir by letter.
postpaid, to the subscriber, No. 27 Pine street, over
the office of the Evening Post, or to ALONZO WAKE-
MAN, Repository American Institute,187 Broadway
will be attended to.
\ lRITING INK--Nothing is nore desired by ill
classes of society than good Writing Ink; and
unceasing have beert the labors ofexperimentalists
arind chemists, to produce that which would give
satisfaction, and meet the approbation of the public;
yet it would appear, for the most part, that they
have been unsuccessful in their undertakings.
i'luid Ink," as it is called, was the product of long
experiment; and, when first introduced into this
country, raised the most sanguine expectations in
the minds of those whose daily avocation was the
recording of business. But experience has ulti-
mately brought disappointment; and shown conclu
sively that its corrosive qualities are even greater
than Inks which have fallen into disrepute; beside,
the uncertain hue it assumes alter having been
written with, is, of itself, enough to render it obso-
lete-sometimes yellow, green or blue, but rarely
black. Tomeet the exigency of the case, Mr. P. O.
prepares, alter the old fornrila, with additional im-
provements, an Ink perfectly fluid, durable, anl of
good blaclk;which he subnritsupon its own merits,
doubting not but it willabide the ordeal of the pub.
lie. P. H. O'HERN. j19
IHOIUSE, 163 and 165 Chathan, corner James
street.-The subscriber respectfully informs his nu-
merous friends and customers that he has now on
hand, and constantly receiving, large supplies of
all kinds of English, Scotch and American Carpet-
ing, of the newest patterns and most approved co-
lors, from 4s. to 16s. per yard; 5-8, 3-4 and 4 4 Vene-
tian do.
Also, Floor Oil Cloths, from 2 to 12 feet wide; plain
and colored Mattings; Brussels, Wilton, wool and
worsted Hearth Rugs; wool, Alicant and fancy Door
Mats; Lamp do; stand, table and piano Covers; flat.
oval and round Stair Rots and Eyes; Trun's patent
Window Shades
Also. Looking Glasses in great variety. Allof
which will be sold at prices corresponding to the
hardness of the times, by WILLIAM C. PROUTY,
At his Carpet Warehouse, No. 163 and 165 Chathan,
corner of James street.
N. B. Goods are shown freely at all times, and
sent, without charge, to the purchaser, to any part
of this citv or Brooklyn. a6
B ULOID & CASWELL, No. 87 Front street, offer
for sale.
25 chests and 300 hf chests Young Hyson Teeas,
40 do and 20 cases canistei Hysen 'ea.
50 hf chests,20 cases canister, and 200 6 and 131b.
boxes Gunpowder Tea,
20 hlf chests, 20 cases canister,and 190 6 and 131b
boxes Imperial Tea,
40 chests. 50 hf chests, and 75 cases each, 2 231b.
boxes Souchong Tea,
150 hf chests Powchong Tea,
20 chests Hfyson Skin Tea,
5 pipes, and 15 hf pipes fine old Otard, Dupuy &
Co's Cognac Brandy,
20hfpipes Dupuy's Brandy,
10 hf pipes Seignette do,
10 hfpipes fine old pale Cognac Brandy,
10 pipes Holland Gin.
2 puncheons Irish Whiskey,
6 pipes, 10 hf pipes, and qr casks Newton, Gordon
& Murdock's Madeira Wine,
20 hf pipes, and 15 qr casks Madeira Wine,
20 qr casks SL, Lucar Wine,
5 butts, 10 hfbutts, and 10 qr casks paie & brown
Sherry Wine,
5 pipes 20 hf pipes, and 30 qr casks Port Wine,
10 hf pipes Pico Madeira Wine,
15 qr casks Canary Wine,
10 qr casks S. L P. Carpenter's Teneriffe Wine.
40 qr casks, & 20 bbls Dry & Sweet Malaga Wine,
3 pipes and 10 qr casks Lisbon Red Wine,
15 qr casks Marseilles Madeira Wine.
15 cases Johannesburgh Ilock,
25 cases Claret Wine.
4 hfpipes, and 12 qr casks Iniham's Sicily Ma-
deira Wine,
500,000 La Norma, Noreiga. and other approved
brands Havana Segais,
3 casks prime Nutmegs-5 casls prime Mace,
5 bases White Peoper.
250 bags Minilla, Laguyra, Sumatra, and St. Do-
mingo Coffee,
1000 j, 1, 2, 3, and b gall Demijohns-25 bxs Starch,
Bunch Raisins, Ceylon Cin namon. Cassia, Pepper,
Cloves, &c. &c. Wines and Liquors entitled to de.
Denture. m7
I street, offer for sale in lots to suit purchasers-
ANISEED-l-bags prime Sicily Aniseed
BAGS-2000 (2 bushel) empty linen Grain Bags
BRAZIL COFFEE-About 500 bags prime green Bra.
zil Coffee
BRIMSTONHE-SO tons crude, and 200 boxes roll, in
prime order
CHINA MAT) ING-4-4 and 64 Brussels patterns
CLOTH-6 cases black Broad Cloth
COTTON BAGGING -A few bales heavy Dutch
CROWN GLASS-50boxes English Crown Glass
DRUGS--20 cases Star Anniseed
HARDWARE-An assortment of English lacked
and polished Heath Scythes; best Coffee Mills,
with simple screws and polished handles;
prime Chaff Knives, with handles; prime
Bramble Scythes; blue German common do;
Right bent Siheep Shears; do with patent
HORNS-A few thousand large selected Buenos
Ayres Iorns
LINEN--50 pieces German; 4 bales Polish Bagging
MA1)DEIR-10 casks prime Dutch Madder
RAGS-70bales superior SPF Trieste; Sicily SPF and
EF; Gtrnman SPFF and CSI'(-F
RUM--40 puns. New Orleans Rum
SAIL CLOTH- 60 pieces heavy Dufch Sail Cloth
SEGARS --20,000 very superior Ilavana Segars
SILKS--White Pongees, black Levantines, black
Sarsnets. and other China Silks, andageneral
assortment of Sewing Silks
STARCH--50 bhis prime Dutch Starch
SUMAC-2;'0 bags prime Verona; 1I0 do do Sicily
TEAS-An assortment of Young Hyson, Twankay,
Imperial, Gunpowder, &c.
WALNUTS-i-l0 baas washedSicilv.
WIIHE A'T--3000 bushels prime red German Wheat.
rpEAS CASSIA, &C. &c.
1 300 chests,
800 half chests, i
300 131b boxes, YOUNG IIYSON TEA.
80 61b boxes,
50 cases 1221b canist'sj
200 chests,
200 h;lf chets, I
250 131b boxes, HYSON TEA,
300 6lb boxes,
50 cases 1221b canist'sJ
30 chests,
100 half cliets, | TINPOWDER & IM
600 131b boxes, PEIA TEA.
600 61b boxes,
200 cases 12 21b canist's
250 chests. j IYON IN TEA.
200 halfchests. HYSON
Souchong, Pouchong and Bohea Teas, in chests,.
and half chests.

300 cases, 5000 mats Cassia,
500 bags heavy Sumatra Pepper,
600 bags Sumatra Coffee,
5 bris prime Nutmegs-for sale by
J-20 S. T. NI( ()LL. 69 Front-st.
3000 kegs F. FF and FF Fair Lawn Mills, of supe-
rior quality, of hlarh proof and glaze. war.
ranted to stand well the change of climate
and long voy ages
200(0 kers of Blasting Powder, of great strength
501100 canisters of one pound each, for shippii,g
500 kegs Kentucky Rifle Sporting Powder
300 half kegs Kentucky Rifle Sporting Powder,
put u. in superior style, with copper hoops
and screw hungs
2000 canisters of American SportingPowder,
The above Powder is manulactuied by Loomises. 1
Hazard & Co. of Enfield, Connecticut, and warrant.
ed equal to any made in the United States, for sale
on accommodating terms by
j-23 A. G. HAZARD & CO. 135 Front-st.

offer for sale':
100 pipes of Holland Gin of choice quality
65 casks Dutch Madder, I case Dogs Teeth Coral
120 casks Hibbelt's Bottled Stout and Ale in quarts
and pints
15 puncheons fine Scotch Whiskey
2 cases Coral Negligees
14 butts fine Zante Currants
11 cases pointed Cotton Shawls
2 do do Challis Shawls
15 do Prints, Printed Muslins, Printed HRkfs. &c.
7 cases fine Dicked Gum Arabic. m30 1m
COARSE WOOLLENS-10 bales 6-4 Flushings, a;'
sorted colors and quality

TO WHALEMEN-The subscribers will keep con.
stantly on hand, afull supply of Leonard's cele-
brat ed Whale Oars.
a17 tf SHERMAN & NYE, 98 C. H slip,
PORTER-A further supply of Porter a d Brown
Stout, in casks of 7 dozen quarts and 8 do pints.
and in fine order, will be landed during the week and
for sale by ROBERT GRACIE, 20 Broad st
In store-London Porter and Brown Stout, quarts
and pints; London Pale Ale, Burton do do do; scotch
Ale, very choice do dodo.
Orders from other places will received attention.
"T COGSWELL has removed to No. 73Cedar street,
w* where he offers for sale, in lots to suit purcha-
sers. on liberal terms for approved paper-
12 pipes old particular Canary Wine
20 half do do do do
10(0 qr. casks do do do
60 lad. his, do do do
18 qr. casks do Malmsey Wine
40 ind his, do do do
Tinto Canary V ine, in pipes and quarter casks
Old Madeira Wine, in quarter casks
All the above Wines are of superior quality, and
n bond. j25
PAINTS-3 tierces conainlng the following Paints
83 tins light and dark Brunswick green Paint,
10 a 20 Ibs each
36 tins each 20 Ibs celestial blue Paint
9 tins do do do white Paint
4 do do do do Chrome Yellow Paint
The above Paints are I ondon manufactured and
of very superior qualityfor sale by
j26 WOODHULL & MINTURNS,87 South st.
OIL OF VITRIOL, &c.-500 carboys OilofVitrito
0 200 do Aqua Fortis dup. and pure Nitric Acid
500 doManatics Acid for sale at the lowest manu-
fauturers prices by
WM HALSEY & CO 182 Water st.
cor Burling slip.
W..H. & Co. are prepared to contract lor the de-
livery of Oil of Vitriol to any extent, and on such
term as will be found highly advantageous. m28
EACHI MOUNTAIN COAL-The undersignedhave
Lfor sale Peach Monntain Coal, of superior quali-
ty, in broken, egg, lump. and nut sizes, in quanti-
ties to suit purchasers, hy applying to
LA1NG & RA.NNDLPI. 250 Washington-st.
cor. of Le Roy and Greenwich st. and
j30 cor. of East Broadwav and Gouverneur-st.
O PRINTERS, PU ilISIHES, &c.-A double cylin-
der perfecting Napier Press, with the latest im-
provements, finished in the best manner, by Hoe &
Co. It is one of the best Presses ever made, and is
well adapted for book or legislative printing where
the numbers are large and wanted in great haste,as
it will complete 1OuO sheets an hour on both sides.
It will be sold low for cash o- for approved notes.
J30 BANt;S,RICHARDS & PLATT, 196 BroadwJy.
UNDEELINENS-The subscribers have on hand
D and for sale on reasonable terms, at their store
66 Pine street
Canvas Padding, Nos 1 to 6
Osnaburgs,4 4 and 40 inch Burlaps
Hessians, Crequillas, and brown Sheetings
Linen Buckram, Baling and Sail Twine
Also, a superior lot of Cotton Bagging.
1IEVITAS MOLASSES-228 hhds 27 tierces,45
bls. prime retailing Mo.usses, cargo of the brig
Aladdin. from N uevitas, landing at Bicknell's wharf
Brooklyn, for sale by
j30 CHASTELAIN & PONVERT, 36 South-st.
-jLOUR, MEAL, &c -300 bs. Philadelphia Flour
.Ij'st received
200 bis Falls Mills, fresh; 250 do Ohio Flour
250 half bls Flour, fresh ground
5000 bushels prime Northern Oats, afloat
1500 do milling Rye. afloat
1000 do Jersey yellow Corn, afloat, for sale by
j30 E. W. DUNHAM, 5 South-street.
S ALT AFLO.T-Ashton's factory filled Salt, in ele-
gant order, now discharging from the packet
ship Cambridge.
In store, Worthington's, Broughton & Sutton's and
Marshall's and other factory filled, in elegantorder;
also, 1000 sacks partially damaged, suitaulo for hay,
cattle. &c.; also. all the common brands of coarse
Salt, all for sale on accommodating terms, by
J30 181 Front st. cor. Burling slip.
GIN. LANI)ING--20 pipes high flavored Holland
Gin, Pine Apule brand, landing frombrig Nep-
tune, pier 9 N,tR.
In Store-A. Seignette Brandy, pipes, half do and
barrels: J..J. Dupuy Bordeaux Brandy; 7 pipes Hol-
land Gin,Grape brand, for sale by
j29 E STEVENS' SONS. 110 South-st.
SEALING WAX-Just received a large invoice of
English Wax. red, black, green and variegated,
which will be sold as reasonable as at any stationer
in the city, at No. 1 Nassau st. Corner of Wall st.
m31 M. P. O'HERN.
M1AADDERS-Dutch Crop and Umbro, finest descrip
111 tions, for sale ly
j23 38 Beaver-st.
ship Shakspeare. toot of Wall st. Blondells Orrel
Coal of superior quality, excres ly tur fairly use,for
sale on board or by appfyingto
LAING & RANDOLPH, 250 Washing'on at.
Lerov and G.eenwicih streets and East Broadway
and Governeurstree s. J27 41
EINE TWINE-10 bales 18 Ibs. Bridport Seinre
S Twine; also. 30 bales assorted sizes, 5 to 30 Ibs.
just received perOntario, and for sale by
j27 WOOD.J'IINSTON & BURR1TT.31 Nassau st.
)UINART CHAMPAGNE-Just received 50 boxes
R of the above established brand, in fine order,
for sale by
j27 FRED. GEBHARD & CO. 21 Nassau-st.
SOERG'S CiAMPAGNE-100 baskets superior Sil.
Jlery Mousseux, from the vineyard of Messrs.
Goerg & Co. Chalons S-M, just received and for sale
j27 by F. GEBHARD & CO. 21 Nassau-st.
S i'pi_ I.',. -r this well known article is kept con-
staittly on hand and for sale by
i129 RUSSELL & EDWARDS, 109 Front-st
pL rime quality" Llc Dye; SO do Gum Sheilac; 600
bags Saltp. re, for sale by
i3'J LEVY & COLGATE, 67 Wall-st.
SGIIAK AND Mi)LASSES-100 hhds. prime Porto
Rico Sugar; 40 do prime retailing Mola.ses, ba.
lance ot cargo per brig Pinta, from Ponce, will be
landed this morning at pier II, and for snie by
j30 AYMAR ; CO. 34 South-st.
A SEIGNETTE BRANI)Y--A S-rgwettte and ,. J.
*i Dupuy Brandy, of high flavor and superior
quality, entitled to debentur,'. forsale by
j30 S. T. NICOLL,.69Front-st.
-',INDOW GLASS--300 boxes assorted sizes,for
Vsale by
j30 ARTIIUR & BROWER. 07 Front-st.
(MOLASSES-98 tierces Sugar louse Molasses,
landing from brig Mogal, for sale by
j30 GRINNELL. MINTURN & (0. 134 Front-st.
T'RAW PAI'EltH--20 reams long and small size,
. for sale by
i30 JOHN JOHNSON'S SON, 2 & 3 South st.
and 25 half do Gunpowder
200 cases 1221b canisters do
100 13 Ib boxes do, 30C t Ib do do
20 chlestsInperial; 200 cases canisters do
100 13 Ib boxes do; 300 6 Ib do do, lor sale by
12 It. I,. WOOLLEY & CO P9 Front-st.
H W & S ItAIR[ISOW & CO. 133 Front-street.
have in store, for sale
Brown Stout, Porter and Pale Ale
Old Peach Brandy
Otard, Dupuy & Co. Brandy
Chain Cables; Buntingi Loaf Sugar
Linsedd Oil. in pipes and tierces
With!l a general assortint ot Vines, Teas and
Groceiies. j2
S UGAR, MOLASSES. &c.--80 Lhds prime Portoflico
SSugar; 40 do Porto Rico Molasses, of superior
quality, will be landed this morning at pier 10, and

for sale by A R & C- 13 Soutl st.
120 hhds prime Porto Rico Sugai;30 bis do do
200 bags Jamaica Pimento
750 hales Alabama and Florida Cotton
49 bales Sheep Skrins; 15 tons Lignuivitat
8O puns high flavored St. Croix Rum, ot choice
250i lbs Tortoise Shell brands
1(! 0 0 1 1 .
C7 :,.I i ... r.i i egars
Madeira, Teneriffe. Sherry and St. Lucar Wines in
pipes, hhus and qr. casks, .
D t 1I.- I Il' ANl i 'III LI; I \liL-.- I I,, uLt-i I-
beis Iteep constantly on Ihand an extensive as-
sortmient of the following goods, viz:
Nails-Cut and brought ord braes and Spikes
Twine-Seine, Sewing, Baling, Wrapping, and
Bellows-Fancy and common, and smiths'.
Sieves-Brass and iron wire and hair and wheat.
Brushes of every description.
Shoe Threads-lleached, gray. green and yellow
Baie Rope and white cordage of every description
Glue. Cowhide Whips.
Window Glass, 7x9, x lO, 12
Coopers ware, viz. Paiis and Tubs in nests.
Cotton Bagging, Osnaburge, Burlaps and Canvas
Liquor Cockls-MAorris&Fenns, and Molcsses Gates
Mats for door- and entries, Wrapping paper
Shovels and Spades-Ames's and others
Cards-Cotton and wool and horse-Ganny Bags
-Cotton, Seine and Wrapping Twine
DJearborn's Patent Balancos. &c. &c. which they
will sell on liberal terms, for approved city or count
try paper. CEBKIA & CUMtING. li5 Pearl st. j2
j IiSSEY & M 'CKAY. 83 South st. offer !or sale-
200 bales large, medium and small size Guntry
7(1 cases orange, liver fvnd gamfct &ielalc
20 do ctude norax.; 200 bags Salrpetre
15 bales Senna
Sherry and P'ort Wine, in hlids. qr. casks and In-
dian barrels
150 bales 1 and 2 Russia Feathers
116 boxes Trieste Steel, assorted, entitled to de-
90 coils Bale Rope venturee
4'0,000 Spanish Segars; 18 bales Domestic Siheetings
4 bales Creas; 7 do Choppas; 1 do Cistons
2 cases East India Tortoise Shell
10,000 gallons fine quality Fall Oil
2.)OOO do Winter; 40hls refined Whale Oil
2o00 galls bleached I-ali Oil
6500 boxes assorted Sperm Candles
.100 eo Easte-rn Mould Candles. j2
i-A LCUTTA GOO I S-130 cases prime orange, gar-
Jiet and ruby Shellac
(100 bags Saltpetre, fine quality
20 cases Bengal and Madras Indigo
40 bales Cawnoore Goat Skins
10 bales fine Bengal Raw Silk
17 do prime E. I Safflower [Bandannas

Importeraof Hardware,
67 Netv-street.
Also. Agents for the sale of American Hardware.
G ERMAN PIANO FOR'L'~-12 first rate German
Piano Fortes, of superior tone and warranted,
for sale by
m20 GERDING & SIE1M N,5 9 Maiden lane.
OLD ROPE-17 bales Old Roee, just landing, and
for sale by
i8 SHERMAN & NYE, 98 coffee House slip.
OARS-15.000 feet unfinished Oars, suitable for
shipping, for sale by
j8 SHERMAN & NYE, 98 Coff( House slip.
I ography and Letter Press, plain a oxnament-
al. will be executed in the neatest poalble style,
and on the shortest notice, at No.1 Nasu corner
of Wallstreet. M. P. O'BIRN. j7
RANDX-20 half pipes fine old CognacranI,
HIennessey; 10 do dodo do dodo, Otardupuy
& Co; 15 do do Bordeaux do, J. J Dupuy; 1 dodo
Rochello do, A Seignette; 30 do do fine old ham.
pagne do, vintage 1S05, entitled to debentur' for
sale by BULOII) & CASWELL. 87 Front-st.
0 cases, containing 30 to 60 boxes each Sardines.h
oil ; also a great variety of Nantes preserved Game\
in boxes of Rss'd sizes, all fresh and of the subscri-
bers importation, for sale by
j21 RICH. WILLIAMSON & CO. 19 Maiden lane.
BORDEAUX CLARET-60O cases Clarets, consist-
S ing of Margaux, Lafitte, Leoville, &c of excel-
lent quality, and low priced, for table use Also,
very superior high grade Clarets, of various brands,
all received by late arrivals from Bordeaux, and (br
sale by
i21 RICH. WILLIAMSON & CO. 19 Maiden lane.
MIERINOS-23 cases 6.4 assorted colors and black,
of various qualities, ju t landed and for sale by
j22 38 Beaver-st.
OAT SKINS -1000 Ci oe de Verd. landing, for sale
j22 by PUTNAM & SLOCUM, O5 Front St.
and Ale--or ale by
i22 R. WILLIAMSON & CO. 19 Maiden lane
POUTr WINE--75 qr. casks of a superlative grade,
j22 19 Maiden lane.
GUM ARABIC-7 cases fine picked. for sale by
j22 38 Beaver-st.
FM. & F. JAQUES, 87 South street are prepared
v to make cash advances on produce consign
ed to their house in Liverpool, to effect importation
goods of description, or to furnish Hills of Exchange
in sums to suit purchasers on London, Liverpool
or Bristol. ml
SPERM OIL-1000 gallons Spring pressed bleached,
and 1000 do unbleached, warranted pure and of
first quality, in barrels, for sale by
.37 IT. &- D. COTEAL & CO. 4T) Water-st.
R JSSI AN HI MP-40 tons of superior Russian clean
IIemp, for sale by
j27 FRED. GEBIARD & CO. 21 Nassau-sr.
HOLLAND DUCK--10 cases first quality wide AA,
S. AB and narrow AA Ilolland Duck, for sale by
j27 FRED. GEBHA[tD & CO. 21 Nassau-st.
SELTERS MINERAL WATER-50 hampers of su-
perior fresh Sellers Water, in whole and half
lugs, just receiv-d and for sale by
j27 FRED. GEtllARD & CO. 2' Nassau st.
CHOICE CLARET WIN ES-100 bxes superior St.
C Peray. Cote Rotie, Hermitage Rouge: Chateau
Grille and Muscat. of 1 dozen each, in perfect or-
ler, for sale by
.j27 F. GEBRHARD & CO 21 Nassau-st.
CURRANT---a0 caratels of fine Zante Currants,
C now landing and for sale by
j27 38 Beaver-st.
SEINE TWINE-47 bales Seine Twine, of 7,, 9,16
and 18 Ibs. Bridport manufacture, for sale by
j27 EDW. INNES. 207 Water st.
I1NSEED l)IL-25 half pipes English Linseed Oil;
J 100 bbls Dutch do do; 65 do American do do. for
sale by
J29 ISAAC C. VAN WYCK, 3 Coenties slip.
HORSE HAIR--1S bales Buenos Ayres mixed, and
a small lot of manufactured flair, for sale by
j29 hIENRY HAVILAND. 98 Wall-st.
HAMS AND LARD-10 casks Hamrs andll)kegs
Lard, on board schr Canton, for sale by
j29 BENJ. It. FIELD, 28 Burline slip
PHILADELPHIA LOAF SUGAR-1 50 boxes and bls.
various qualities, in st-re and for sale by
j29 WlHEELER & HUDDELL, 53 Front-st.
ITINDOW GLASS-A full supply of Window Glass
V from the Winslow, Mullica, Lime, Mercer,
Gloucester, Hammonton, German, Eagle, Colum-
blan and Baltimore factories, for sale by the agents.
j28 FRYATT & CAMPBELL. 141 & 143 Front-st.
COTTON- 40 bales Georgia, landing from brig Ma.
con, for sale by
J30 E. D. MORGAN, 63 Front st.
XOOL-Barbary and Grecian Wool-97 bales Gre.
I'N clan Wool; 40 do Barhnry. for sale by
j30 HOWLAN I) & AS-INWALL, 55 South-st.
of prime quality, just received and for saleby
j30 WITEELER& UDDELL. 53 Front st.
MERCURIALS--Calom el, Corros. Sublimate and
Red Precipitate, for sale by
J30 II. M SCHIEF'ELIN, 142 Front-st.
Ii OLASSES-150 hhds prime Porto Rico, n6w land-
Ing from brig Edward, at pier 9 E. R.for sale by
j30 MORGAN. BUTLER & CO. 40 Wall st.
W HITE PONGEES-R cases 30inch, and 12 cases
while Pongee tdkfs, corded borders for sale
j19 by GARY & CO. 90 Pinest.
OSNABURGS-Of various qualities, for sale on
0 reasonable terms )y
j30 o MITIH. T'ITTIRARi & CO. 66 Pine st.
0'TTERI SKINS---300 superior jut landrid. far sale
X j30 by J, & J. T. HOWARD. 89 Front st.
PORTER STOUT AND ALE-In quarts and pints,
i of John ilibbert's brand, for sale by
j33 ILAURENCE, MURRAY a INGATE. 38 Beaver.st.
BEEF-90 brls Navy Mess Beef; 50 do No. 1 do; 45
do prime do, for sale by
.i30 .. & J. T. ITOWARD. 89 Front st.
BOOTS AND) SHOES-300 cases men's and Wo.
men's, for sale by
j30 J. T. BALCH, 25 South st
HORSE HAIR--10.00i Ibs curled Prussia. for sale
j25 by J. & J. T. HOWARD, 89 Front st.
HOGS HAIR-80,000 los curled Russia and Prassia,
I for sale by
i30 J. & J. T. HOWARD, 89 FronJil
LUMB R-26 000 feet Pine plank and hoards, 25,000
Shingles, 400 Oars, 5000-Hoops, 5000 Hoops, now
landing, for sale by
j30 JOHN JOHNSON'S SON. 2 &3 South-st.
COCOA-200 bags Varnas Cocoa, prime quality,
J for sale by
j30 MEYER & HUPEDEN. 9 Broad st.
RU iSUT.i-2I) bhass for sale by
j30 49 Sourh-st.
HOTtSE TAIL--5 cases white for sale by
j30 J. & J. T. HOWARI). F9 Front St.
LAX-40 tons Russia Fx, for sale by
j30 J &J.T OWARI,89Frontst.
H EM P--' tons Hemp Codilla, for sale y
j30 J. T. HOJ. WAR). 89Front-st.
)RISTLES-20 casks back, white and gray Okat-
J kas, Brack, Crown and Riflings for sale by
j30 J. T J. HOWARD, 89 Front-st.

W IIISKEY-100 bls. Morse, landing from barge
Lafayette, for sale by
j30 ARTHUR & IBROWER,97Front-st.
TEA-45 half chests superior Young lyson,for sale
j30 by J. & J. T. HOWAR). 89 Front.st.
RICE-50 tierces prime quality, for sal- by
GEO. SUTTON. 8" South st
j30 Corner Burilng slip, up stairs.
rTOiBACCO I''ES--200 boxes, 6 gross each, in
_Inrime order, for sale by
j310 B. i. W(OO.LEY & CO.89 Front-st
(O11OCOLATE-400 half boxes Baker &i others
G B nda V. W. Mass' brands, just received direct
from the manufacturer's, and for sale in lots to
suit buyers, by J. T. BALCH. 25 South-st. 30
TAR-210 bls. for sale by
JEANS-Stierces Beanis, Northern; l(i bs Northern
n small Pea Beans, for sale ny
SUM-30 puns. St. Croix Rum, of fine flavor, for
I sale by
j40 DE PEYSTFR & WIIITMARSI. 19 South.st.
HULLED BARLEY-50 kegs, a new article.just re.
J ceived, for sale by
j30 J.IN JOHNSON'S SON.2.1k3 South st.
I0lASSES-- 0 hhds. prime Gaudaloupe. now
Mi landing from brig Durlap, at pier 9 E. River,
for sale by
i30 MORGAN. BUTLER & CO 40 Water-st.
GIN--liih flavored Hoiland Gin. Strawberry and
SDouble Anchor brands for sale by
j30 MAITLAND, KENNEDY & CO 31 Broad 1t.
i l, (;n A.;A--i8 Cases 011 f ciaC;sa. Just re-
ceived, for sale by
j30 DOW & CO. 157Pearl st.
itlliSKEY-I00bls low proo', in fine order,for sale
'Vj28 by S. H. ILIRICK. 5 Coenties slio.
I EMON JUICE--2 pipes of concentrated, for sale
Sj30 by BENJ. I. FIELD. 28 Burling slip.
Lhl KSS PORK- 150 bls cily inspection, for nale by
I J.130 S. i IIEKILICKS Coenties slip.
T ENERIFFE WINE-Bruce & Co's London Parti-
Sculam and Carao Teneriffe Wine, in quarter casgs
and barrels, for sale by
j30 MAITLANI), KENNEDY Jr CO. 31 Broad.-t.

OI11 ANNIS--39 cases Oil Annis, just rcceivedand
for sale by DOW & CO. 157 Pearl-st. )30
fIAS'I'RUMI--60 lbs Castorum, tor sac by
Sj30 LEVY & COLGATE, 67 Wal-st.
IUISSIA SHEETINGS-170 pieces brown Russia
Sheetings, for sale by
i3D0 DOW & CO. 157 Parl-st.
1000 lbs Virginia ,'-nnke Root, for sale ty
j30 LEVY & COLGATE. 67Wallst.
HOSIERY-A complete assartment of Cotton Ho-
siery, for sale by
i30 CASPAR MEIER & CO. 4. Broad-st.

BLANKETS-100 bales, comprising a good assort-
ment of scarlet, green, black, blue, trown and
white Mackinaw; Bed Blankets of all sizes, and a
variety of Horse Blankets, for sale by
j23 A. LOU BAT. 73 Wall-st.
R AGS-Trieste SPF and Leghorn No. I and 2, for
sale in lots to suit purchasers, by
j22 H. W. T. & H MALL 41 Beaver-st.
FLOIJR-500 bls Ohio Flour, for sale by
F j28 JAMES BOYD & CO. 21 South.st.
SHIITINGS-250 bales heavy'Nashua Shirtings,
for sale by
128, DAVIS. BROOKS & CO. 19 & 21 Broad-st.
H.AMS AND SHOULDERS-2O hands. Hams and
S. holders, for sale by
j28 JAMES BOYD & CO. 21 Seutl-st.
HEMP-23 bales Kcntucly IIemp, for sale by
j27 JAMES BOYD & CO 21 South-t.
(ARACCAS INDIGO-20 croons of prime quality,
for sale by S. T. NICOLL. 69 Front-st. .28
SUGAR AND MOLASSEs--67 hhds prime Porto
Rico Sugar; 79 do prime Tetniling Molasses, now
landing from brig Pinta, from Ponce, at pier 10, and
for sale by AYMAR & CO. 34 Soutli-st. j.8
W INI)OW GLASS-3000 hall boxes tthe Anchor
and Star brand, comprising a complete as-
sortment of sizes, from GxS to 14x20, juqt received
direct from the manufacturer, and for sale in par-
cels to suit buyers. by
j28 J. T BATCH. 23 South at.
V'OR SALE-10,000 heavy dressed Pipe Slaves;
ic 10,000 dodo fhd. do; 10,00r do do Barrel do, suit-
ale, for the Madeira marlcet, for sale by
J HEN tY W. BOOL & cO 547 Water st.
-T-OPS-For sale to lose a conslgnment,7000 four
M aen feet Hickory Hoops-apply to
j28 I HENRY W. BOOL & CO. 547 Water St.
OC r--40(0 bags prima St. )omingo, fct sale by
j28 J. T. BALCH, 25 8 iuth st.
quality foi sale by the'subscribers
j28 "INRY W. HOol, 1& CO. 547 Water st.
TANNER "' IL--200 "hs.- Bank. Shore and Straits
i Oil, f"' rh by
i29 I. C. VAN WYCK, 3 Coenties slip.
RIIUSIIED SUAR-In harr Is just received from
the AmnerlcaiEteam Sugar Refinery, for sale by
j29 ClIAS rL\AI1N & PONVFRT, 36 outh.st
JUNIPER IieIlRlki 00 bags, for sale Dy
j30 JOHN JOINSONS 'S SON, 2 & 3 South St.
1I.MEI--1200 bu els afloat, for sale by
jj30 JOHIN JOHN.)N SON. 2 & 3 Soulh st.
W0ISRHKEY-- 100 rl ye. In best hrls. 50 do old
Monongahcla, 10 d tbierry Brandy, for sale hy
j30 JOHN JOiINSO\S SON, 2&3 South st.
WINDOW GIASS--1600oxes Frenn Window
12 boxes 22x13; 25 do 2nrl-\ ; do! ,xl2
109 do 17x11;270 do l-x: -,,? do 16x12
134 do 16x11; 107 do 15xt1; 40 to 14x11; 100 do 14x9,
landing, and for sale by
m17 FAIER & MELE. 44 Broad-st
H'IIIE LEAD- Brandrams Lotiou white Lead,
ground in oil, for il by
j30 MAITLAND, KENNEl Y & CO. 31 Bioad-st,
SALT-- 200 sacl&s Liverpool ground, ending, and for
S sale by
J30 GEO. BULELEY,a South-st.
VELLOW NANKINS-3 cases Maiee Chop yellow
Y Nankins. for sale by
j30 DOW& C6,157 Pearl at.
IU SSIA DIAPERS-4 balei Russia iipers for sale
it by
j:0 DOW & CO. 1. Pearl-st.
ATS-500 bush. Northern. afliat.for se-y
.1303t JOHN JO0INSONS' SON.2&3putli t
IL I'PEPPERMIliNT-500lbs lor sale by %
0 J30 iIENJ. H, FIELD, 28 Burlift iip.
SEER SKINS-150 dozen BuenosAyresDePjIN s,
for sale by
.i3 GEO. D. BALDWIN. 96 Maiden late.
SILK HATS-1 case fashionable French Silk nits
S received per Louis Pnillippe.for saleby
j3 CHADWICK, CARRiNGTON & CO. 32 Pine-st.
'W INES-300 qr. casks superior Malaga sweets
Wine; 92 dozen old Port and 100 dozen (1327)
old IIock Wine, for sale by
j3 FABER & MERLE, 44 Broad-st.
choice Leoville and St. Julien C~aret, 30 case.
Sauterne and Barsac, for sale by
J3 DANIEL L GRAY, 105 Front-st.
ADDER-20 casks Ombio and Mulls, f.r sale by
j3 FABER & MERLE, 44 Broad-st.
RICE-150 tierces, 19 half tierces of prime quality.
for sale by DAN'L L. GRAY, 165 Front-st. j3
BRIMSTONE-300 boxes Roll Brimstone for sale by
i3 FABER & MERLE, 44 Broad-st.
Sl'ERM CAN tl.ES-2000 boxes assorted sizes, for
sale by D. & A. KINGSLAND.55 llroad-st. j3
CLOVER SEED-10 tlerces Southern, 3 tcs and 4
blis Western, for sale by
j3 DIAN'L L. GRAY, 16 Front-st.
QUGAR OF LEAD-10 casks Sucar of Lead, for sale
,.i3 by FABERI 1 M. RLE. 44 Broad St.
l"iUTTER"l-170 small kegs of common quality. foi
sale by DANI'L L. GRAY. 16i5 Front St.- j3
COFFEE--2000 bags Rio Coffee. for sale by
j3 PFA1ER & MERLE, 44 Broad-st.
N1 EATSF( >OT OIL--100 bs. Neatsloot Oil, in excel-
Slent order, for sale by
j3 GEO. D. BALDWIN. 96 Maiden lane.
B RANDY--lOOhalf pipes Otard, Dupuy & Co. and
Sarzerac Brandy, o various vinvages, for sale by
j3 FABER & MERLE, 44 Broad-st.

C'PRING OIL--20,000 gallons light colored, for sale
0 j3 by D. & A. KINOSLAND. 55 hlroad-St.
COFFEE-200 bags first quality Cuba Coffee, for
sale by
j3 a BEBN. STEVENS' SONS, 110Oouth-st.
NU'IIT (t.LuI0 15 nales prmne AAeppo Nutgale tcor
sale by FAHBEt. & MERLE. 44 b;rnud st. j3
LIX of superior quality, for sale by
j3 65 Wall st Squires Buildings.
C O'Tr)N RA(GING--30 bales heavy Dundee fag.
ging, for sale by
.i:3 FABER & MERI.E, f4 Broad-st.
ENETIAN RED- casls for sale by
i3 WMI. & '. J.AC1IES.87 outh-st.
N NNtSEED--10 bags prime Sicily Annimsed. forsale
j3 45Soutn-st.
GOAT SKIN S-3000Bueaos Ayres Goat Skins, large
size selected, for sale by
j3 GEO I). B-LD WIN. 96 Maiden lane.
P~ EADEL'S PATENT CANDLES-3"0 boxes suit
) ble. forsaleby
j3 HAVENS, SIJYI)AM & CO. 164 Front st.
BRtMST-rONE-50 tons Crude, and 200 boxes Roil.
in prime order, forsale by
j3 45 South street.
SCOlTCHi ALE-Einabuig and A[loa of choice qual-
ity, in quarts and pints, now It iding, for sale ,y
j3 33 Beaver-st.
b hand and for sade by
j3 HAVENS. SIUYDAM & CO. 164 Front st.
it. MOLASSEfi-54 hhdsby thl Madawaska,wrll
P be landed this morning, for sale by
,T0111--6 cases black Broad Cloth, forsale my
j3 45Sout'i street.
T1'. CROIX SUGAR AND RUM-Thle curgo of the
brig Adamant, larding and for sale by
WII.SKEY--100 bbls, in lots to suit purchasers,
for sale by
j3 HAVENS. SUYDAM CO. I14 Front st.
R(JU--2U cases otar Anniseed. for sale by
j3 45 South-st.
HOPS-5) hales superior 1st sort Eastern, in fine
1 shipping order, for sale by
j3 !IENRY IAVILAND. 98 Wall st.
V Brandy, anJ 100 bls Whiskey, in lots to suit
purchasers, for sle by
j3 HAVENS, SUYDAM & CO. 164 Front st
RICE-100 tieraes prime Carolina, for sale by
j3 45 South-st.
COFFEE-200 bags prime Sumatra, in grass bags
for sale by
i3 ItENRY ITAVILAN). 98 Wall-st.
RUM-30 puncheons for sale by
j3 45 South street.
N I. IUiA-15 hbda, and 15 bls. for sale by
j3 HAVENS. SUYDAM J& CO. 164 Front-st
SAIL CLOTII-A few casesheavy Dutch, for saleby
j3 45 South-st.
IIITE'S BALTIMORE GIN-20 pipes. 25 half do
arXd 1U00 bis. in lots to soUit piUc ravers, for sale
i3 iy IHAVEiNS, lYDAM & CO. 164 Front-st.
.L(,L'LU-52 bls. fine RiclImond coumut y. tor sale by
Sj3 DANIEL GRAY. 165 Front st.
W li A'I'-3000 bushiels prime medGernian,t s
J1 45Sout 'st
fI1.bOONoNGAEl .A WHItIKEY-15 forsaleAg
V j3 IIHAVENS, SUYDAM & CO. I ront.st.
SJMAC--200 bags Verona, and 2' 0 dAicily for sale
j3 A 45 South-st.
GIJOLASSES-17 hhds Matanzas, landing trom brig
LIJ Argali, at Waring's wharf, Brookly n, for sale by
j3 DE PESTER & WHIT 1ARSII '9 South St.
U lRLED IlAliI--2uuO Ibiure curled Horse fair,
superior quality, city/rmanufacture, for sale by
j3 GEO. I). BIALOW IN, 96 Maiden lane
SALTPE RE-I1U tAgs prime E. 1. crude Saltpetre,
Sfor sale b,
INE BOTTLES- English patent white, for sale
j3 ii. H. 8CHIEFFEL1N & CO. 88 Maldrn lane.

GOAT SKINS-40 bales Cawnpore Goat Skins, for
sale by

BUTTER-50 firkins fresh Tompkins Co. dairies, In
handsome order, just received,for sale by
j2 JOHN JOIINSON'S SON. 2 &3outhf,
C OTTON BAGGING, &--100U peces heavy Hemp,
also, Flax and Tow Dundee Cotton Bagging; 1200
coilsale Rope. Various qualities 5000 pounds u-
peilor Baling Twine, for sale by
j29 DEEN. HYSLOP & DEEN.75 Wall-st.
- I0OC-LA'E--n lotatosult purchasers. for sale by
j29 26 South street.
DICE-50 tierces a prime article, for sale by
RI j29 GEO. BULILEY. 88 South-st.
BATHI RICKS--.000 Brown andCol's phLelt Scour.
J2 ing Brick, for sIle by
J2 WM. &F. JACQUE8.87SoWhust.
INSEED OIL--C barrels American, o( Superior
Squality,or sale b CORNELL, 7 C t p
i2 T.. CORNELL, 7Coerlle al!D.
O'TLTES-Bristol Wines and Portersj also 18 oz.
B Bright Oils, for sale by
j2 WM. & F JACQUES 8,7 SoUtllst,
PALM OIL-16 casks prime quality, for sale by-
Pi2 T. F. CORN ELL. 7 Coenties sIlD
UDBEAR-Of 1st and 2u quality. for sale by
- j2 WM. & P. JACUQES. 87 SmUth.Et.
QALERATUS--150 bs. superior quality, for sal a
SJ lots to suit purchasers, by
j2 T. F. CORNELL. 7 Coenties sllp,
OeCHILL-170 jars pure Canary, for sale by
P L WM &PF.J rQUC E.S7.8aolbh.st.
LIVE OIL--20 half piper for sale by
3j2 PUTNAM 0, SLOCIIM. S6r-rnt-stpet,
'SEINE TWINE--flb, 71b, 81b 91b. 161b an 1 ilb hea
iBridgeport manufacture, for sa'r by
J2 WM. & F. JACQTUEq. 67 Souihast.
AITALT TRE-43basR E. I. for sale by
S i' PIl1 N AM I a&i-iL(OICUI..5 Fmnl-st.
EMP CARPET I -G I;- h.- s l ,,ral II\
J2 '\ M F. ..1-.QUES, 87 Souh-st.
DATES-SO fralls new, for sale by
j2 PlUTNAM & SLOCUM. 85 Front st.
TIN PLATES-500 boxes Pontypool brand, 4X, for
Sale by WM. & F. JACQUES. 87 South-st. J2
PlA NU'TS--10lO0bushels Afri.an, (new) for sale by
J2 PUTNAM & SLOCUM.8SFront-st.
AINUOW GI.AnS--500 boxes Window Glass, as-
v sorted sizes. Franklin manufactory for sale by
i2 EDW'I). INNES207Water st.
ANNISEED-4 bales prime quality. for sale by
)j2' sm &uh-st.
BaAZIL WOOD-12 casks Ground Drazll Wood, or
sale by WM. & F JACQUES, 87 Southat. 12
POPPEl-f cass of London Sheathing Copier,
Sfrorml 6to 32 oz, for sale bv
j2 HICK'S & CO. 80 South-at.
pEACHES-5 hhds dried Peaches, for sale by
21 Sourt, street.
VOLT ROPE-60 ccils of first quality Russia Boi
.11uope, for sale by
i2 HICKS & COn outh-st.
COPPERAS-1 19 bl. 6hhds.for sale by
j2 26 South-mt.
OBACCO-150 hhds prime Kentucky,fer sale by
j_ ROBERT & WILLIMS; 106Front St.
LA GUAYA COFFEE--5 bags for sale by
J2 GEO. WHITAKER. 57 South-st
-PiRITS TUIRPENTINE-1- brls. for sale by
j2 DE PEYSTER & WIII'MARSH, 49 douih 8t.
RAGACANTHl-6 cases for sale by
J2 26 ! RAVENS DUCK--510 pieces light Ravets- i)uck,
a entitled to debenture; 60.pieces heavy Ravens
Duck, for sale by
j2 BAKEWELL & COLE, 128 Front at.
AGGING-20Q0 pieces of Phenix Mill Baggng, for
Sale by HICKS & CO 80 South.t j2
ICE---40 tierces good quality fresh beat Rice,
Llanding this day from brig Veto, and for sale by
1j2 S. S, CLARK,,229 Frcnt.st.
' JESS PORK-80 bis city inspection, for sale by
\ j2 B. L, 'OOLLEY &-, CO. 89 Front St.
[OPS-O100 bales 1st quality Hops,for sale in iqan-
.tities to suit puchasers, by
_2L HENRY RUGGLES. 172Front-st.
CIIINCHILLI SKINS-300 superior just landed, for
C sart by J &J. T HOWARD. 9 Front-at. R
GUM COPAL-loo- cases i. I. Salem washed, large
size; 10 do do do do fine do; 10 do African do do.
for sale by PUTNAM'& SLOUM, 85Front at. -V
ARGOL-6 casks Red Arvol, of ti-st quality, for
sale, by WM. HALSEY r CO. '92 Water-at.
J2 cor. Burllng slip;
Hf SO(N AN14 YOUNG TBA-200 chess- and 600
half do Younge lyson; 200 do and 50 do do Hy-
son; 400 13 Ib and 6 lb boxes do, for sale by "
j2 B L. WOOLLEY &rCO. 89 Front-at.
SICILY MADEIIRA WINE-100 qr. casks. 100 half
S pipes Cannilta brand, for sale by
j2 CHAMIBEIILAIN. BROOM & CO. 103 Front-st.
QHE ETINGS-3 bales very superior brown Russia
S-Sheetings, landing this day, hor sale by
j2 BAKEWELL & COLE. 128 Fron-Istreet.
URLULD t'OBRSE HAIR--3uOO lbs curled 110ose
SH lair, for sale by
j2 J. V. MACIIETT,251 Front St.
'IHELLAC-15 cases now landing and for sale by
2 .PETER EDES, 91 Front-st.
P) PPERIL,00 bags heavy Sumatra Pepper. for sale
i2 by S. T. NICOL. 69 Front st
LINSEED OIL-20 bis Linseed Oil. for sale by
Lj2 HENRY RUGGLES, 172 Front-st.
AIAD EIRA W1NE-In bottles, superior quality,of
NI the vintages of 1812 and 18li. for sale by
i2 PETER EDES, 9 Front-at,
IOEl'bI nKINS-I00 superior Oter ;.nlus, for sale
r2 by J. V. MACHETT, 251 Frontst.
QP liTsOF 'IURPENTINE- 100 bis In prime order,
0) landing this day, for sale by
j2 MITCHILL & CO. 190 Front at.
stantly on hand and fo sale by
j2 J. V. MACHETT, 251 Front-st.
BIUWN rOLlS--LOO rleces cerman, for sale by
"2 J. & J. T HOWAlD. 89 Front at.
I '~inSToKUM--60 Ibs in shipping order for sale by
'jI2 S.A. IHALSEY, 189 Water-sr.
(OTTON BAGGING--100 pieces German, for sale
'J2 by J. &J. T. HOWARD. 89 Front Bt.
n j2 J. V. MACHETT, 251 Front-st,
'IpUItFENTlNE--15..0tO bl. Nor-h Cosnty prime, for
I saleby BIII'CIILL & CO. 190Front-st. j2
iOlT SHEII.L AIMONIS--200 frails Ivlca soft shell
'Almonds, lust landed, tor sale hy
J_2 CIAMBERLAlN, BROOM & CO. 189 Water-st.
CpHINCHILLI SKINS--150 dozen for sale by
xJ 2 S. A. HAI.SE-t. 189 Water-at.
GUNNY BAlS--In bales, small and medium sizes,
_Ior sale by PE'tER EDES, 91 Front-st. j2
CALF SKINS-700 Russia Calf Skins, lor sale by
J2 J.V. MACIIETT, aS1 Front-st.
OUNG HYSON TEA-90 chests for sale by
J2 PETER EDES. 91 Front-st.
MATTING--26 pieces Alicant Floor Matting, for
sale by
j2 CIiHAMiBERIAIN, BROOM & CO. 103 Front at.
OAT SKINS--2 bales E. I Goat Sinn, for sale by
J2 S. A. IIALSEY, 189 Water-st.
ROIN-627 bhis afloat, for sale by
j2 MI' CHtILL & CO. 190Front.at. -

ROOMS--100 dozen Corn Brooms, for sale by
j2 S. ALSEY. 189 Water at.
FRESH WAI.NUTS-250 bags fist quality fresh
washed Walnute, for sale by
j2 CIIAMBERLAIN, BROOM & CO. 103 Frontst.
DORK-300 Ils. mess and prime Pork, city inspec.
tion; 86 do tnin mess do; 58 do Flank do; 11 do
-Rnamps; 12 do IIeads and Shoulders; 33 dosour prime.
and 39 do ssurShoulders, for sale by
.'2 BRUSH & CO. 45 Water st.
SAI.ALliIRA POIT WINE--c qr. casksprime Ca-
/ labria Port, for sale by
j2 CIIAMlIEPILAIN, BROOM & CO. 103 Front-st.
RIO COFFEE--200'bags for sale by
i2 PETER EDES.91 Front-s
SOUlCHONG TEA-100 chests and 300 haldo; '
S 14 Ib box.s. i.. r aLi i by
j2 B I. VOuLLE & V .0.89 xont-St.
OARS--60fu feet superl..r Oarsfor sale by
J29 .1. ATYrie a( o. 38?ourh.st.
LLOUR-:iI, t.! Rici.m.na Mountain supernns.
i' suitable for the RioAarket. for sale by
j29 WOOD, JOHINSTON & BURRITT, 31 Nassau-st.
REFINED SUit l-Slngle and double loaf, just
receive&2from theAmnrican Steam Sugar Be.
finery, for a6le in quantities to sult purchasers, by
.129 .9IASTELAIN & PONVERT. 36 Soulh st.
S New st. have still on hand a few tons of approv.
e.m qu.Aity No i. which wiil be sold low to close the
Cn. inreiii jl29 Im
,.IMENTO--ICO bags Pimento, for sole by
S. 3 HOWI,AND& ASPINWALL, 65South-st.
D OLL. BRiMS'rON'-200 cases Arst quality refined
I~ Roll Brimstone, for sale by
j3 CHIAMEiiLAIN. BRIIOOM & CO 103 Front-st.
X AX--100 bales White Wax. landing, for sale by
W j3 MOSES TAYLOR,44 South4lt
Ui/TUSCOVADO SUGAR-84 hhds prime Muscovado
ilL Sugar, Idnding this morning, for sale by
j3 HOWLAND & ASPINWALL. 65 South-st.
OT'rT'L'o N-1I bales re-packed,tor same by
j3 R. M. DEMILL. 86 Front-st.
AIRt SE.ITINGS-Assorted sizes, for sale by
j3 GEO. B. MOREWOOD & CO. 52 Southat,
AW sllK-10 balesBengal Raw Silk, good quali-
R ty. for: ale by
i3 CHADW'IC(, CARRION TON &CGO.32 Pine-st.
BRANI)IES-A. Seignette. .. J. Dupuy; Otard, Du-
Bpuy & C. and Champagne Brandies, entitled to
debenture, for sale by
J3 E. STEVENS' SONS, 110 South-st.
LEXANDRIA SEGAaS-160 cases Shaw's No. I
A and 2. 3000 each, for sale by
j3 JAMES HUNTER, 157 Maiden lane.
TI TEMP-nbalhnlas Manilla. Inf c,- ., -, I

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THE NATIONAL DAY.-We are inclined to be-
lieve from the newspaper notices which have reach-
ed us from all parts of the country, that our nation-
tional anniversary will be celebrated with more than
ordinary enthusiasm in every part of the Union.
In this city the day will be observed with all the
usual demonstrations, and with quite as much spi-
rit as on any former occasion, if not, indeed, with
more. And why should it not? Is it proper be-
cause the past year has been beclouded by partial
exhalations from fetid political elements on the
surface of our fair land. and because the effluvium
of a loathsome corruption has in some measure af-
fected all around us, that we should permit the na-
tal day of the nation to pass without its annual hon-
ors and its annual manifestations of joyousness ?
The moral atmosphere, we trust remains untainted.
The stamina of our national glory and prosperity, is
untouched and unimpaired. The people of these
states are what they always were and what we trust
they always will be in all time to come, whatever
may be the character of the Government temporari-
ly exercising authority over them. Our institutions
have been attacked, but thank heaven have not been
carried, and never likely to be even beseiged for any
length of time. The ballot boxes will set every
thing right, the moment the people can get to them.
But, upon the fourth day of July there should be
no such thine as party politics. It is a day in which
all differences of mere political opinion should be
merged and forgotten in the general joy and grati-
tude of the whole nation, and it is in that spirit we
would speak of it. This people have much, very
much cause of felicitation in their condition. With
all its inconveniences and with all the drawbacks
upon its intrinsic excellence by the mischievous
measures of a bad Administration, our Government
is the best in the world, and maugre all the sneers of
Monarchical revilers, and in despite even of those
defects in the Administration of the laws of which
so much complaint is made, and by none more em-
phatically than by ourselves-this republic is un-
doubtedly the freest, the happiest and the most ra-
tional in its general character and career, that is to be
found in the world. Our system is the best that hu-
man wisdom ever yet devised, and if we will hereafter
exercise a little more care in selecting those to whom
is to be confided its practical operation,and a little vi-
gilance in watching them in the discharge of the du-
ty, there is nothing in our government or in the form
of its organization that 'the firmest friends of civil
freedom need desire to see changed. We quarrel
with no other people for a different form of civil po-
lity, and feel no desire to encourage them in chang-
ing it. Their own institutions may be the best for
them, and far be it from us to interfere in the slight-
est degree with their own preferences. We only
have to say that in our own opinion, the form of go-
vernment under which we live ourselves, is the best
in the world-at least for us.
The inestimable blessings we now enjoy have been
bought by the blood of a gallant ancestry; the
achievements which have secured them to us, are
worthy of commemoration as long as we speak the
language, and tread the soil of the glorious men who
left us such an heritage. Never-never may we
fail to join in that commemoration !

D[ iNo paper will be issued from this office to-
morrow-not because we would do nothing to pre-
vent our fellow laborers in the establishment from
participating in the observances of the day, as is re-
marked by the Commercial, but because we wish
them to do so. The day ought to be devoted to the
glorious remembrances that belong to it, and every
individual of the entire nation should assist in the
celebration. If those who have any thing to do with
the New York Gazette were to manifest any luke-
warmness on such an occasion, we woold urge them
into better feeling. But, there is no danger of their
ever doing so.

The preparations that have been made to celebrate
the day, and the various sources of pleasure and
amusement that have been opened for the participa-
tion of the public, are too numerous and too multi-
farious for enumeration, and we content ourselves,
therefore, by referring to the notices that appear in
their proper places. Those interested in them in-
dividually are better qualified to ftiihiri thrart.sa -
lars than we can be presumed to be, and they have
done so. The Theatres, the Gardens, the multi-
tudinous exhibition rooms, and the excursions land
and aquatic-the numerous dinner parties and the
thousand other modes of enjoying the birth day of
the nation, are amply noticed in the daily papers-
our own and all the others.

Anderson, one of the "patriots" who assisted in
burning the.British steamboat Sir Robert Peel, has
recently had his trial' at Watertown, for that offence,
and been acquitted! though he is detained, it seems,
for another mock trial on a charge of robbing thatboat.
He will, of cdorse, be acquitted again, and upon his
discharge, probably sue the Judge for false imprison.
meant. Thus, we fear, the whole of these infamous
villains will be permitted not only to escape from the
punishment they so richly deserve, but to disgrace
their country in the process. Why is it that such

mortifying mockery is permitted? Why is there not
a change of venue ? Is it possible that these fron-
tier Juries are forever to be permitted to add
perjury to piracy ? If' the border robbers and
incendiaries are to be tried by confederates, the
President was quite safe in saying that the re-
sult of these trials "cannot be doubted." There is
no manner of doubt in the business. The only won-
der is, that they go so far into the formality of the
thing as to indict them by a grand jury. There were
more honesty and less silly pretence about it, to fol-
low the example of that most honorable and consci-
entious body, the Vermont Inquest, and refuse to
find a true bill upon the confession of the culprit,
himself corroborated by the direct testimony of a
General Officer of the Army.

Loammi-Baldwin, Esq., so extensively and so
',R L known as a distinguished Civil Engineer, died
at J'B dnce at Charlestown, Mass., on Saturday
last of a paEtitti hock with which he was stricken
the day before. HM_. vs educated at Harvard
University, and afterwards',pdmitted to the bar, but
relinquished the profession f8athat of engineering,
in which he rose to great emin anr d his skill is
attested by a great number of noble public works
erected under his superintendance-amo"i others,
the Dry Docks at Charlestown and Norforlk.?1 Mr.
Baldwin was formerly a member of Congress. ..

PROM TzxAs.-The steam packet Columbia,"'
Captain Moore, arrived at New Orleans 24th ult.
from Velasco, which place she left on the evening of
the 22d. Gen. Houston is a candidate for re-elec-
tion to the Presidency. Wm. H. Wharton declines
being a candidate for the Vice Presidency, to which
he had been nominated. At Velasco and Brazoria
public meetings have been held to take into copside-
ration the propriety of marching immediately against

The steam boat Erie, 150 tons burthen, has been
chartered for the service of the United States, upon
lake Erie, in pursuance of instructions from the
War Department. She is said to be one of the
swiftest,boats upon the lakes, and will cruise be
tween Frie and Schlosser, under the direction of an
ofier of the Army, to be detailed for that service
by Major Young, in command of the United States

I FROM THE SOUTI.-The steam packet New York,
Captain Wright, arrived yesterday afternoon, after
.a passage of 68 hours from Charleston, bringing us
papers to Saturday evening.
The U. S. Revenue Cutter Dexter, Capt. Moore,
which sailed from Charleston on the 22d in search
of the wreck of the steamer Pulaski, returned on the
29th, after having fallen in with several portions of
the wreck. The D. furnishes no further intelligence
concerning the fate of the passengers and crew than
that previously received.
T#E CHROKEES.-A despatch from Gen. Floyd
to the Governor of Georgia, dated New Echota, 18th
June, announces that all the Cherokees have been
removed from Georgia, with the exception of a few
stragglers in Union and Gilmer counties, near the
Tennessee and North Carolina line. The removal
of the Indians from Tennessee, North Carolina and
Alabama commenced on the 12th, and at the last
accounts were yielding quietly to the troops, and no
difficulty whatever was apprehended.
June 17, 1838.
The removal of the Indians, for emigration from
the middle district, late Cherokee country, being
nearly or quite completed, arrangements will be
commenced at once for the honorable discharge and
payment of the volunteers and militia in the service
ofthe United States within that district.
For these purposes, Brigadier Gen. Floyd will, as
fast as the state of the service will permit, cause
those troops to be assembled at one or more points
as, after consulting with Major Payne, the acting
inspector general, may be suitable or convenient.

Acting paymasters Bennett and Buck, will imme-
diately repair to the middle district to pay off the
troops as fast as they are discharged, in the bos'
money they may be able to command.
The commander of the eastern district wil'as
soon as he can dispense with their services, eder
the Georgia companies at Chastain and FortNew-
nan, to report to Biigadier Gen. Floyd for discharge
with the other Georgia troops.
Captain Cleveland's company at Dahlohiega. will
be discharged at the discretion of Brigader' General
Eustis, giving notice to the paymastersabove men-
tioned; and he will retain Capt. Derrir-s company
of Georgians for further orders.
Brigadier Gen. Floyd, it is hoped will remain in
service, until the business of his datrict shall be en-
tirely completed. He, his staff the officers and
men of the Georgia line, wilt please accept the
thanks of the United States, pr the promptitude,
zeal, and humanity they have Amost universally dis-
played in the discharge oj their painful duties.
The only exception to this Pist commendation, isthe
detachment ordered to Clastains, and in its course
the delays and disorders committed, are, no doubt.
mainly to be attributed to the misconduct of the
Lieutenant Colonel. wo has since resigned. The
Brigadier General hiriself has exhibited a degree
of intelligence, decision and method, which would
do credit to any service.
By command of Major General Scott.
(Signed) W. J. WORTI.
Lieut. Col. and Chief of the Staffl
TALLAHASSEE, June 23.-We learn by gentlemen
direct from Tampa that a day or two before leaving,
the Indians who recently came in with Alligator at
that post, made an attempt to escape. A party of
twenty warriors stole horses, loaded them with pro-
visions, and decamped in the night. Gen. Taylor
immediately despatched two companies of troops in
pursuit, who succeeded in capturing the horses and
provisions, but the Indians made their escape. On
the return of the troops twenty-five horses laden
with provisions were also captured. It was the
intention no doubt of all the warriors to have made
their escape, but the vigilance of Gen. Taylor pre-
vented it. Alligator is yet at Tampa, and we are
informed in the employ of General T. at high wages
to bring in the Indians.
We have little hopes of inducing the Indians yet
atto surrender. Their movements are most hostile.
We learn that every post abandoned by our troops
has been destroyed. Fort Clinch on the Withla-
coochee, Fort King, and Fort Mellon have been
burnt, and most of the bridges in the nation are
destroyed. Scarcely had our troops passed the
bridge near Fort King, ere it was burned by the
Indians, who were following close in the rear of the
Our informant states that Gen. Taylor is pursuing
Gen. Jesup's plan of coaxing the hostile. We are
mistaken in our opinions entertained of this officer,
if he suffers himself to be imposed upon more than
once by the treachery of this faithless remnant of

A country paper calls the editor of the Transcript
a "venerable bachelor." What sort of a looking
man was John Rogers. Mr. Transcript? We
believe you saw him burnt ?-Post.
We should be right glad to know what gemman
trew dat last brick bat." What country paper is it,
Master Post, that has such an accurate idea of our
senescence? Perhaps it would like to see ourtrade
teeth. Theyare sound yet, thanks to a temperate
life, cold water, and a hard brush. But touching
poor John Rogers, we remember him well. He was
a t*olla elr poepaeae-ia.nea. lseottieangeatlaau,
witli a, otrigtt, e1e a1Im leavenly coontenance. lie
wore a wig, according to the fashion of the times,
which did not, however, in the least disfigure him.
When we last visited the family, it was in company
with our elder brother of the New York Gazette, who
was particularly smitten with the I ,:tutyof Mrs.
Rogers, who was surrounded by a fliiiily ofbeauti-
ful children, but we rather cottoned to the one at
the breast." The old gentleman presented each of
us with "a little book." We do not know what our
brother has done with his copy, but we often "look
upon" ours with many recollections "pleasing and
mournful to the soul."-Boston Transcript.
The old gentleman is growing forgetful and has
confounded matters. It was our Grandfather. He
livedto be 150, and was a boy when he went with
Mr.Walter, then quite an old man, to call upon the
Reverend Mr. Rogers and his family. We have
heard our venerable relative laugh about it a hun-
dred times, towards the middle of the seventeenth
century. He described our present "contemporary''
as cottoning very closely to the baby, until the beau-

tiful Mrs. Rogers becoming a little uneasy under the
contiguity, hit him a hard blow with a rolling pin
which she happened to have in her hands, and old
Master Walter's philoprogenitiveness dried up from
that day. The "little books" were certainly pre-.
sented, and ours is still preserved with great care,
for future generations.

For the New York Gazette.
Ma. EDITOR-It is so long siece I have had the
felicity of shaking your good edkorial dexter, and
so very frequent is it that my heart has been made
glad with fat things" in your goou old Gazette, and
withal, so difficult has it been to gei sight of you, and
so very impudent to persevere in tha'attempt,that my
excellent friend I am fain to say 'htwd' do,' in But-
ler's Writing Fluid. I want to se. you, and if I
dent seize some medium of communication shortly,
my constitution wont stand it. You riink wine this
hot weather most horribly. Dent bluth, a yes, and
say a, no. The oldest Saga of the Ncrth, the wis-
Ist Apothegm of the South, in short the best of So-
lomon's proverbs, don't contain more perfect truth
than this saying, which is very ancient alio: "when
the wine is in, the wit is out;" and youi wit has
been running out and cutting all manner ot gambols
every day since this hot weather began. You had
better-follow Aristippus' example, betakoto cool
physic and cold logic: you have specious, if got bil_
ious, causes operating upon you. Perhaps your wit
nt wait for wine, but, like the school-boy's pro-
fani% swears itself. You may not therefore re-
quire 'e physic.
Talking f sheep-stealing-what on airth is
the reason yblcant believe in Animal Magnetism%,
Canada patriotis:i, the Sub-Treasury, a small Navy'
notArmy and Abo4,tion ? I'm sore afraid you are
too sceptical, too old fashioned for the New Era.
'Twouldnt surprise ime one particle to hear you say
you like order in society', cost what it might and
grieve whomsoever it may. "' Nor have I the least
doubt that you believe in the Devil and have other
antiquated ideas about moral responsibility. What
else could it mean, that you so strenuously protest-
ed against an undoubted right the boys have to dis-
turb worship in the brick church ?
Never mind, I forgive you; but if I could avoid
reading the Gazette. I would-I would cut von off

FROMt JAMAICA.-By the Frances, Captain Smith
we have received Kingston papers to the 9th June.
The Royal Gazette of the 9th says it has been
decided by the Honourable, House of Assembly, that
the remaining two years of the apprenticeship of the
Praaedial Labourers shall be abandoned, and that
entire, complete,and unrestricted freedom shall take
place on the first of August next in this Island."
From the Jamaica Times.
It is with sincere pleasure that we congratulate
the island on the successful issue of the delibera-
tions of the House of Assembly. Freedom will ere
long be proclaimed-full, complete, and unrestrict-
ed freedom will be conferred on hose who, accord-
ing to law, would have had to continue in servitude
for two years more. No disseitient voice was heard
within the walls of the Assenbly, all joined in the
wish so often expressed, thtt the remaining term of
appreticeship should be ,ancelled, that the excite-
ment produced by a law vhich has done inconceiva-
ble harm in Jamaica, ir alienating the affections of
her people, and creavtlg discord and disaffection,
should at one cease. Thank God it is now nearly
at an end, and wertust that Jamaica will enjoy that
repose, so eagerly nd anxiously sought after, by all
who wish the Islmnd well.
Yet while wezongratulate the Island in its almost
certain road tehappiness, it would ill become us to
forget the r*any, very many, which by this very
measure wi1 be reduced to beggary. There are
those in F'gland, as well as in this country, who
depending entirely upon the return received from
Jamaict property-annuitants and others, we fear
will bechrown into utter destitation. It may be said,
that tte unhappy day has only come a little sooner,-
but-wo years is an age to those who may not have
brad to eat in consequence. There are others also,
vjio have been induced to lease and purchase pro-
2erties, in the faith that the apprenticeship would
have been continued ; they, too, will stiffer much,
their expenses will be doubled if not tripled, and in
fact in many instances, where they have expended
their little all, in anticipation of the next year's
crop, and have not wherewith to meet the expenses
which the future culture will require, the loss will be
very great. Itis the poor man and helpless annuitant
that we look upon as being truly objects of pity, and
require the sympathy of the British government to
be extended towards them. The rich landholder
we do not consider will be a loser; it may, in the
first place, require an advance of capital, and par-
tially reduce his income, but it may also be the
means of increasing his resources ; what appears at
present a sacrifice, may be the means of affording a
very great return. We trust that those who can
shew a loss, and that they have sustained ain injuiy
by the measure, may receive that further compensa-
tion they are so justly entitled to, and though go-
vernment has decidedly stated they will not enter-
tain the question of further compensation generally,
we have no doubt that individual cases of suffering
brought to their notice, will be readily attended to.
The die is now, however, cast. In less than two
short months, the great experiment of emancipation
will be complete. It only remains then for us, indi-
vidually and collectively, to sooth down angry con-
tentions and lurking asperities-to forget thie past.
We say, let all heart burnings be buried in oblivion,
and let us one and all join in advancing the true in-
terests of the country. We shall continue on our
part to do our duty, and it affords us a pleasing re-
trospect, in having advocated and recommended that
course, upon which the safety and salvation of tlhe
country depends.

Thle following justly deserved tribute to Mr. Cur-
tis, was laid aside for insertion when it first made
its appearance in the Courier & Enquirer, but was
overlooked and forgotten until we were again re-
minded of it by its appearance in another paper;
but, late as we are in placing it before our readers,
no one of Mr. Curtis's constituents can more warm-
ly or more sincerely assent to it orjoin more heartily
in appreciating the character and services of our
worthy representative.
There is, however-, one case which it would be
unjust to pass in silence. Mr. Curtis of your city,
has long been very unwell, and has suffered greatly
during a protracted illness. He is when in health,
an efficient and useful member. He is prompt, in-
defatigable and attentive in the performance of all
that is required of him, as a representative of the
people. I saw him eight or ten days since at his
lodgings. His visage was pale and wan, but he
jocosely remarked, that he could say-No, as well
as any man. He had requested that he should be
sent for, when the trying question on the Sub-Treasu-
ry bill was about to be taken. When that crises ar-
rived, he was removed from a sick room to the Hall,
where tie recorded his vote against destroying the
credit system-that system which has elevated our
country to the glorious eminence, fiom which the
past and present administration are rapidly tumbling
it. When the motion to reconsider the vote reject-
ing the bill, was to be taken, Curtis was again at
his post. He looked better than on the day before.
His countenance seemed to light up. Again he re-
corded his vote in the negative. On his return to
New York, his constituents should greet him with
the welcome, the cheering salutation--" Well done
thou good and faithful servant.'

A child at Cincinnati was a few days since while
standing at the door of a house, seized by a full
s- .;Z- a.7 K "1'4dran ,of' with it in hii tertll the dis-
tance of several streets before the child could be
extricuted from his teeth. The child was so man-
gled that it was not expected to recover.

The steamboat Sandusky picked up five dead
bodies off Silver Creek on the 29th instant-a part
of the unfortunate victims of the Washington. Two
other bodies were picked up at Silver Creek on the
same day.

DELIGHTFUL EXCuRSIoN.-The elegant steam
boat Massachusetts, Capt. Comstock will make an
excursion to West Point, starting from the foot of
Marketfield street at 9 o'clock this morning, re-
maining there till 4 o'clock, P. M. and then return-
ing to the city. This noble boat and hergentleman-
ly commander, will make this party one of the most
agreeable during the day.

The U. S. ship Ontario, from Tampico, arrived

at the Balize 23d ult. with $50,000 in specie for the
merchants of New Orleans.

The U. S. brig Washington, Lieut. Gedney, ar-
rived at Newport on the 26th inst. from a coast sur-

At the National Theatre we are to have a capital
fourth of July selection of amusements. Noah's
play of The Battle of Chippewa, Van Amburgh's
unparalleled exhibition with the Lions, Leopards,
and Tigers, patriotic and comic Songs, by Horncas-
tie and Williams, and the popular drama of Robert
Macaire make up the evening's entertainments. No-
thing can be more attractive.

Head Quarters of the Army,
SACKETTS HARBOR, June 23, 1838.
I. The Major General Commanding in Chief, ha-
ving moved his head quarters to the Canada fron-
tier. the commanding officers of the troops on that
line will, besides rendering the usual return to the
Adjutant General's office at Washington, make re-
turns to General Head Quarters at Sackett's Harbor
until further orders, and will address the General on
matters relating to the state of affairs on the bor-
der, as often as any thing important may occur.
From all other quarters, general and other officers
in command will address their communications to the
Adjutant General at Washington, as usual.
II. Brigadier General Brady will command on
the frontier from Buffalo to the Northern extremity
of the United States-Head quarters, Detroit.
Major Young. of the 2d infantry, on the Niagara
frontier-Head Quarters, Buffalo.
Lieut. Colenel Cummings, of the 2d Infantry,
from Fort Niagara to where the 45th degree of
North latitude strikes the St. Lawrence-Head
Quarters, Sackett's Harbor.
Colonel Cutler, of the 4th Infantry, from the St.
Lawrence, along the boundary line to Lake Cham-
plain-Head Quarters, Plattsburgh.
Major Churchill, of the 2d Artillery, from Lake
Champlain, along the frontier of Vermont-Head
Quarters at Swanton, or any other suitable place
near the line.
And Major Clark, of the 2d Infantry, the remain-
der of the frontier, to the sea coast-Head quarters,
As the foregoing is but a temporary arrangement,
it will notinterfere with the one heretofore announc-
ed in General Orders, assigning officers to the com-
mand of military districts.
III. The object of this arrangement of commands
is to preserve the peace of the border to place the
troops in positions the most favorable for maintain-
ing the treaty stinulntlnnsa Oiatiln hertweevn tha IT

From the National Intelligencer.
ESTABLISHMENT.-The bill which, for several days
past, has been the subject of discussion in the House
of Representatives, was, after receiving much
amendment, ordered on Friday night to a third read-
ing, and was read a third time on Saturday, when a
motion was made to reconsider the vote by which it
passed; which motion is yet undecided. Doubting
not that our distant friends in the Army, and our
readers generally, desire to know something of the
measure of the proposed increase, we have after
particular examination of its provisions, prepared
the following synopsis :
Artiller?/.-Increased 830 men, including the ad-
dition of fourcompanies, one for each regiment-
with the reduction of one lieutenant in each com-
Infantry.-Increased 8670 men, including one
additional regiment, with an increase of the com-
plement of commissioned officers (33.)-Total in-
crease of rank and file 4500.
It will be seen that the increase of the rank and
file is 4,500, while the increased number of infan-
try and artillery officers is only 13; ofthe latter, there
is a reduction of 20 lieutenants, and of the former,
an increase of 33 officers.

Infantry, I a 1 10 0 33
Engineers, 1 2 6 12 21
Ordnance Officers 20 2

Commissaries, 1 1 3 5
Assis't. Adj'ts.Gen'l.- 2 4 6*
Quartermasters. 2 2 8 32
Surgeons 2 7
Wagonmasterst 20

Total increase 4 6 8 37 72 146
"Omitted to the addition, as these assistants do not
increase the number of officers in the Army.
tAttached to the Quartermaster's Department,
with the pay of captain.
From this number, (146,) deduct the 20 lieuten-
ants transferred from the artillery to the ordnance,
which makes the actual increase number of officers
in tile aggregate 126.

The pay of the Ilon-commissioned officers and
privates is somewhat increased-artillery and infan-
try privates to eight dollars.
An additional ration, estimated at 20 cents, is al.
lowed each officer for every five years he may have
served in the Army. Thus, an officer who may have
served twenty years, tnder the rank of a genera
officer, would, hereafter, be entitled to the addition.
allowance of four rations, or eighty cents per day,
and no more.
The pay and emoluments of thie engineers and
ordnance arc advanced to those of cavalry rates,
which constitute them mounted corps, and not, as
heretofore, officers of foot. The pay of the artille-
ry and infantry officers has not been advanced.
There are other minor provisions which we have
not time to examine : among these, forty dollars and
four rations, &c., arce to be allowed to such persons
as may be employed by thle officers of any garrison
to officiate as chaplain, who shall perform also the
duties ot schoolmaster at the post.

The Governor has subscribed for five millions of
stock in thie Mississippi Union Bank for this State,
and has executed and dclivem-ed to the directors
bonds for that amount. One million twohundredand
thousand dollars of thle bonds are payable on the
5th of February, 1850, and three million seven umn-
dred and fifty thousand dollars are payable on the
5th of February, 1858.
The Directors of'the Union Bank are still in ses-
sion, and the Commissioners to negotiate the bonds
are also in attendance upon the Board. They will
start for the northern cities in the course of a very
few days, for the purpose of effecting a sale of the
State stock.-Mississippian.

NAVY ISLAND.-It is true as we stated yesterday
that Navy Island was re-occupied, but not by any
very blood thirsty Patriots. A small party of them
who wished to enjoy a practical joke at the expense
of the Royalists, went on the Island at the time
stated, and fired a few musket shots across upon
the main land. The alarm was instantly given, and
expresses started off with the information that the
Island had been reoccupied by a large force.
All being still last evening or this morning, the
Island was explored and the Patriots were found to
have vanished. This we are assured by gentlemen
from Canadas is the irue vession of the story.-Buf-
falo Commeracial Advertiscr.

FATAL AFFRAY.-The Peoria Register gives an
account of affray which lately occurred in the La
Salle prairie, between Mr. Van Schaik and a Mr.
Eldridge. During the rencontre Eldridge shot Van
Schaik whilst stooping; the ball entering the lower
part of the back, near thie spine, and passing through
the body to the right breast. The testimony of the
several witnesses before the coroner conflicts, very
much as to the party in the wrong.

The Harvest has commenced in this vicinity, and
is nearly over in the more Southern portions of the
State. The weather has been most favorable, and
from all quarters we receive the most cheering ac-
counts of the crop of whpnt, and indeed of all kinds
of grain. I'erhaps for 20 yours there lias not been
so good acrop in Virginia.-Frederic/kstbeu Arcna.
EXTRAORDINRY WIND.-A current of wind pass-
ed over West Jersey, not far from Mount Holly, on
Sunday week, which broke eff large oak trees, and
tore up large apple trees by thie roots. It was con-
fined to a narrow space. Several animals were
killed by lightning during a thunder shower.-
Newark Daily Adv.

JUNE 28, 1838.
A motion having been made that this Committee
select and appoint a suitable person to deliver an
Address on the 4th day of July next, and that we
recommend to the Whig party to celebrate the anni-
versary of that day-after full discussion upon the
importance of the subject and the solemnity of the
day, the following preamble and resolutions were
Whereas we regard the birth day of our national
freedom as at once the loftiest and the proudest era in
the history of the civilized world; an era whose
anniversary recalls to our minds the heroism, the
toils, the sacrifices and the glorious triumph of our
patriotic forefathers in the sacred cause of human
liberty and the rights of man;
And whereas, we deem the patriotic observance of
this day far above all mere political, sectional or
party considerations;
Therefore Resolved, That while we highly approve
and cordially recommend the celebration of that
anniversary throughout all time, we disapprove and
regret any attempt to advance the interest of any
political party by the desecration of our National
Jubilee ; and we therefore deem it inexpedient for
this committee to recommend to our" Iri-:nl, as a
political party any distinct and separate partizan
celebration of our national birth-day.
Resolved, That on the return of this sacred day
we will ever discard all sectional feelings, political
predilections, party animosities and local interests,
and join with our fellow citizens generally in hailing
with feelings of unmingled patriotism another annual
return of that auspicious morning which conferred
such lasting benefits upon society, elevated the
temporal destiny of man, and subserved the best in-
terests of the human race.
Resolved, That tIle gratitude of every American
heart which beats for American liberty is due to the
founders of our happy republic for the patriotism,
zeal, perseverance amnd devotion with which, in
defiance of dangers and in spite of discouragements
they manfully sustained their country in her hour of
peril and discarded all party considerations, leaving
anexample worthy of imitation to the latest pos-
Resolved, That in the spirit of thIe above resolu-
tions we recommend to our fellow-citizens generally
without distinction of political party, to meet and
unite in celebrating the day in a manner worthy the

occasion and consistent with a due regard to the
memory of the illustrious founders of the Republic.
Extracts from the minutes.
tJ4 N. B. MOUNTFORT, Secretaries.



100 shares Phenix Bank 106
655 do Del. &Hud. Canal Co. 821 83
325 do do do this week 83j 83.
50 do do do .b 20 days 84
100 do do do 30 days 84
125 do Farmers' Trust Co. 1141 115
140 do Ohio Life & Trust Co. 107?1 107;
25 do Illinois Bank i021
19 do Mohawk Rail Road 711 7lQ
50 do Paterson Rail Road 59
50 do do do b 30 days 59
125 do Harlem Rail Road 651 65
60 do N. J. R. R. & Trans. Co. 103M 104
480 do Stonington R. Road 48 4'a
50 do do do next week 48j
280 do Long Island Rail Road 58- 59
10 do Canton Company 541
The Merchants' Fire Insurance Company, has de-
clared a dividend of five per cent. and the New
York Life Insurance and Trust Company, 7 per cent
In noticing the sales of stocks in yesterday's pa:
pet, we committed an error in regard to the Patter-
Son Rail Road, by stating that the stock had declined
12 per cent the previous day,instead of3. The mis.
take originated with the American, where the sales
were reported as having been made at49. The stock
advanced again yesterday 2 per cent. sales having
been made at 59. Most stocks were higher at tihe
Board yesterday, the advance averaging j per cent.
Sales at Auction, July 3.
By W. & R. I. Gerard-13l bales old Cuba Tobacco
at II a 13 ; 19 bales Havana do 22 cents, over $100
90 days ; 14 boxes manufactured Tobacco at 8, and
1 lb. lumps at 7- a 91, cash ; 13 kegs do do, IG's, at 9j
90 days.
By L M Hoffman & Co.-76 boxes Lemons $11 a 29;
7 cases Holland Duck, damaged, 12 pcs each, $201 a
$22; 145 half kegs Raisins at $2, and 33 kegs do at
;j: 50 boxes M. R Raisins at 1 2j a 105; 24 do Wic-
ker at $1 ; 44 bags Laguayra Coffee at 91 a 91; 32
kegs and 4 bris Tamarinds at 3! a 1; 95 boxes Canton
Fire Ciackers at 95 a 100 ; 6 pipes, 6 half pipes and 1
hhd Greek Wine at 35 a 62j, cash.

MATANZAS, Jure 19-Our stock of Coffee is quite
reduced, what remains is principally of a quality
held at $8a$9. Molasses firm, some dealers ask 4
rs. Box Sugars in fair demand, of Muscovado our
stuck consists principally of ordinary to lair quality
as before advised, atG a7 rs. A small parcel office
sold at 151 rs., In the absence of large supplies this
article will probably rule high through the summer.

CIHARLESTON, June 30.-Cotton-The firm state
01 the market as noticed in our review of the 3d
inst. has been followed by an active demand in tiiis
article ; and the sales of the week are 6,4(:0 bales,
with an advance ofiully a I cent per lb. on all qual-
ities of Upland, which is to be ati riotted to the light
itockfor sale, and the recent favorable European
intelligence. There is a great scarcity ot all sorts
above fair to fully fair. We quote 8 a 1l2c, actual
sales, and would remark that some choice parcels
are held at 13 cents.
Rice-The sales comprise about 450 tierces, at
prices varying from $4 25 a $5 per 100U. There are
about 570 tierces in retailers' hands.

HAVRE-Ship Henri 4th-166 baskets wine Boiceau
& Mul lei-700 do Davis, Brooks & Co--10 R Braem--
100 J Mitchill-40 E Prescott--3SU ItWilliamson & Co
-99 Sturges, Rose & BariK-r-l case mdze C 1H Sand
-4 C C Becket--ll Shultz & Blerdom-5 J A Joly &
Noel--l Caleb Andrews & Co, of Boston-2 A Keisle
-100 casks ochre E Fiedler A& Co-200 do zinc 4 casks
mdze, to order.
SANTA CRUZ--Barque Plaides--5316 quintals ba-
rilla 400 casks wine G B Morewood & Co--5 hhld 147
casks do Maitland, Kennedy & Co-10 do wine A H
Palmer-2 camels, to master.
SAN JUAN-Brig Frances-9 bags specie 3 do gold
1868 hides 12 tons wood 2 silver plates I mug 15 lbs
indigo Ii & D Cotheal-15 tons brazil wood Maitland,
Kennedy & Co.

In the ship Henri 4th, from Havre-Alex. )anelll,
Martha Dainelli, A Bosking, L De Conelycl and P
In the steam packet New Yoik, from Charles'o--
Messrsaramuel P Fairchild, George HI Griflin,Q Maler.
chant, John Ilenry, George Asliton, .lames Ashton,
11 V King, HI A Ogden. R 0 Ander-on,John HIarshaw,
John Walker, James K t1hll, Voun.', Locirhart, Snow,
Hagan, Baxley, Broadbent, Henry, Menlovec ; Mr
White, lady and 2 children ; Mr James Young and


ligh Water .................... 5 57m
Sun Rises, ........................41 35 n.
Sun Sets,...........................71 275ttr
MooN--First Quarter, June29 8ti 20n. A.


Ship Eben Preble, from Canton, via Boston, 4 days,
with silrs and teas, to Goodhue &Co.
Ship Hlenrl 4th, Kearney. from Havre, 27th May,
with mdze, &-ci. to C. Bolton. Fox & Livingstoii.
June 8th. lat 43, long 32J, spoke shi, Ieald, from
Charleston, 15 days. for Liverpool. June 10th, lat -.4.
long 35J, ship Portsmouth, hence, 17 ds. for Liverpool,
19Lh. 20th and 21st, experienced very heavy gales
from -W to NE in lat 39J. long 47 51. 32th, lat 43,
long 64, passed bai que Regulus, standing East.
Barque Plaides, Young, 57 days from Santa Cruz,
Teneriffe, with mdze to A C Rossire & Co.
Brig Despatch, Dudding, Wilmingtmn, NC. 5 days,
with naval stores to Hallet & Brown.
Brig Frances, Smith, from San Juan, Central Ame-
rica, via. Kingston, Ja. 16 days, with specie, to II &
D Cotheal. Left at Kingston.brig Susan, of Balti.
mere; schr Oneco. Lat 30, long 40, spoke ship Fa.
bius, 5 days from Boston, bound to Mobile.
Schr Delight, Collins, fm Wilmington, NC. 5 days.
with naval stores.
Schr Petersburg, Latourette,, Savannah. 4 days,
with 450 bales cotton to Johnson & Lowden. Spolte
schr Clide 13 passengers.
Steam packet New York, Wright, 68 hours from
Chtrleston, to C. NMoigan. Passe i, on Sunday, July
1st, ship Niagara, lat 33 55, N. bound S. 2d instant,
passed a ship with FD in in her signal. At 11 30 a.
m. passed the ship Sarah Sheafe, bound S.
BELOW-Two brigs.
CI,EARED--Ships Drie Vriender.i Dutch) Leples,
Amsterdam, Boonen Graves & Co; Thomas Wor-
thingtori, (Br) Wakehouse, Quebec, Masters, Markoe
& Co.-Brigs ltarry King. (Br) Woodworth. Windsor,
NS ; Victory. Dunham.Apalachicola, E. D. Iurlbut
& Co; Oceanus, Burgess, City Point, Va, H. Havi.
land; Queen Victoria, (Br) Young, Bermuda, Mid-
dleton & Co; Retrench, (Br)Miorrison, Quebec, Boor.
man, Johnston & Co ; Star, Hull, Charleston ; Alla-
din. Hutchlngs, Portau P:att. Nesmith & Leeds;
Pinta, Silvester, Portland, Me, do; Franklin, Patten.
Bath do.-Schooners Cairo, Buckman, Tenerliffe,
do; Cele te, Ferrall, Savannah; Ann Eliza, Somers,
Richmond; Benjamin Bigelow, Wells, Boston; Mi-
chigan Arey, West Indies, Pratt & Vose ; Green-
ville Garden, Wilmington, NUC ; Eliza Jane, Shoe-
maker. Richmond; Alex. Washington, Hooper, Ba-
racoa, H. Hudson.

Spoke 26th May, lat 34 55. Ion 858, brig Oriole, of
Duxbury.fm Leghorn for New York, 25 ds out 29th,
lt 3714. Ion 3. brig Gov Brooks, 28 (Is fm Savannah,
for Marseilles. 17th ult, lat 42, Ion 45 10, passed
barque Proli. of New Yolk steering W.
At Cape Haytien 16th ult. brigs Globe, Simmons,
from Bremen 20th; Mary, Snowden. fm Philadelphia,
ar 10th, not commenced dis'g; Wave. Stoddard, re-
pairing; Red Rover, Girdler. hence, arr and sailed
14th for Port au Prince.
At Pictou 20th ult, brigs Tidal, Parker, for N York,
10; Martha & Eliza. of Deer Isle, for Fall River, 3;
schr Constellation, of Bangor, for Providence, 8. SId
in company with brig Tom Paine, Robinson, for New
York; schrs Norway, Emery, for Providence; Mary,
of Yarmouth, for Fall River.
THOMASTON, June 25.--Arr, Voltaire, New York;
26th, Majestic, do.
PORTLAND, June 30.-Cld, Rival, Churchill, Ha-
vana; Orono, Melcher,Cuba; Washington, Robinson,
Matanzas. Scbr Jubilee, Coombs Provincetown, put
in leaky.
NEW BEDFORD, June 2 -Sailed Georges, Sill,
SALEM, July 1-Emeline, Lambert, last fm South-
ern Ground, 120 sp. 29th, Sailed Emerald, M'Kensie,
Pictou. 30th, Cld, Wm & IHenry, Fabens, E Indies;
Palm, Chaplin, Conway and Pars.
BOSTON, July 2.-Arr, ship Gloucester, Lane, Ca
diz; barque Binney, llopkins, Havana; brigs Cyno-
sare. Howland, Marseilles; Pauline, Maason, Cape
flaytien; Africa, Tucker. Palermo; Sarah Ann Alley.
Straw. IIavana; l.ancei, Amesbury, New Orleans;
Ludwig, M'Lellan. New Orleans; schrs Potomac,
ilarstow, Philadelphia; Zela, Smith, do; Paris, Peice,
Natanzas, w;th loss of fore and main topmasts--
Ceres. Skolfield, Pictou, 20th ult; Grand Island,
Brown, Richmond; Solo Rosevelt, Brown. Philadel.
lhia; Am Eagle, Sculi,do; James Bertine.Cavalier,
do; Ransom, Brown, do; Emperor, Gray, do. ld,
Retrive, Parker, Windsor; Elizabeth, Porter, Dirby.
PROVIDENCE, June 30 -Arr brigs Leonidas, Par.
sams,Matanzas; Lavinia, Nickerson. Savannah; sclirs
iob Roy, Miner. NOrleans; Union, Smith, Baltimore;
Ia .y Jane, English, Philadelphia; sloop Van Boren,
Young, Philadelphia. SId. schr Charleston Packet,
Rhodes, Philadelphia.
At Warren, June 29th, brig Chapman, Thompson,
Charleston; 30th, brig Vermont, Martin, Bath, for
West Indies, put in to obtain a crew. Sailed from
Bristol, 29th, brig Emeline, Gladding, Pictou.
ROCHESTER, June 26.-Arr. Orion, Purrington,
Itlantic Ocean, 50 bbls sp, 20 do wh oil; 27th, Anna.
lan, Snow, do do 320 sp 20 blk fish.
BRIDGEPORT, June 22.-Arr, Harvest, Halsey. S
Atlantic, last from Bahia. 35, where she sold her oil.
ALEXANDRIA June 30 -Arr. schrs Baltic, Bray.
(Newburyport; Nile, Harden, Boston.
NOltFOLK, June 29.-Arr, schrs James lBusick,
Hall, Mayaguez, 11 days; Virginian, Bedell, N York;
Victoria, Nilton, Attakapas.
In Hampton Roads-Ship Olive and Eliza,Parsons,
from James River bound to Antwerp.
The brig Savannah. of and for Savannah, fni New
York, was spoken yesterday 10 miles E of Cape Hen-
ry, by the pilot boat Hannibal.
CHARLESTON, June 3).-Arr, U S steamer Poin-
sett, Trathen, Black Creek. Cld, schr Peru, Place,
Jacksonville. Went to sea, ship Calhoun, O'Neill,
New York; brig Dimon, Sherwood, New York; schr
Daniel L Smith, Smith. Philadelphia; Reindeer,
Coombs, Cuba.
SAVANNAH, June 29-Arr, brig Ceres. Blanchard,
Liverpool. Went to sea. ship America, Fletcher, Li-
verpool; Tory's Wife, Pickha m, Yarmouth; Howard,

Dividend -A dividend of five p er cent on tl
capital stock has been declared tk.is day. payab
at the office of the company, No. B5 Wall street,
and after the 16th instant.
j4 lm NATHANIEL W. STRONG, Secretary.
D IVEIUND-The Trustees of the NISWYORK LII
dav declared a dividend of 7 per cent, on the cal
tal stock of the Company, being the semi annu
dividend of six per cent, and one per cent exut
payable on and after the 10th inst. The transit
books will be closed from the 7th to the I 0h inst.
j4 3w E. A NICOLL.Sec'ry.
TION.-Notice Is hereby given to the subsc
bers to the Capital Stock of the'- Mlechanics Bankir
Association." that an Election for 21 Directors w
he held on Wednesday, the lltn July. in-tant,
the lecture Room of the Mechanics Society, in Crc
by-str elt. near Grand street.
The Poll vx iII open at 4 o'clock. P. M. and be close,
at 7 P. M. Each share will be te;itled to one vot
By order of the Special Committee.
j4 ill TIIOS. R. MERCEIN, Ch aiman.
NOTICE.-The Cwipartnerihip been the su
scribers, under the firm of GURDON BUCK
SON, is this day dissolved by mutual consen
Either party is authorized to use the name of tt
firm in liquidation.-New York, 4th July, 1838.
The undersigned have formed a Copartnership f
the transaction of a General Commission Busine,
in this city, under the name of BUCK & CO.-Nei
York, 4th July, 1S38. CIIARI.ES D. BUCK.
j4 3t DANIEL BUCK, Jr.
BOARD WANTED.-A parlor and bed room wlt
breakfast, wanted by a gentleman, in the uppi
part of East Broadway or any of the streets hetwee
East Broadway and tl'e East River. Address V. be
165 Lower Post Office. j4 3t
BOARID.--Three or four gentlemen can be accon
.Dmodated with board and lodging at 38 Iarrisc
corner of Washington streets, j4 3t'
L. M. IIOFFMAN, Auctioneer.
SIOFFMAN & CO. will sell on Tuesday the l0t
July at 10 o'clock at the P'lienix Sales Room, a
entire invoice of choice Teas, imported in the shit
Marblehead and Duncan, eneisting of
261 half chests IIyson; 150 131bbxs, 76 61b bvs do
1000 chests, 500 hfdo Young Hyson 150 131b and 61
hoxs do. 50 cases do, 126 hf chests Gunpowdi
175 131b boxes do, 20U0 61b do do, 100 cases cal
nisters do,
170 half chests Imperial, 100 do Hyson Skin,
165 chests Souchong, 31 hf doTonkay,
Tne above Teas are entire invoices and will b
found to be of very choice quality. Catalogues an
samples will be ready the (lay previous. j2 3t
PARK.-On rriday Morning-, July 6th, will be sol
at auction at S o'clock.A. AM tile magnificent Plant
beloneiig rig the valuable collection of the late 1)
Hus:-ck. atl Hyde Park. These Plants are in exee
lent condition and iamany of them perfectly unique
pIlticularly lihe larim"r lB tnksias. C('atahi ,u os w:
be ready f.or delivery in it f'.ew days. l.sdir's nn
gentlemen desirous of examining thie Plaints, ca
do so at any moment by applying to Mr. HOBBz
Gai diner of the Establishment.
j28 Htis AARON LEVV, Auctioneer.
F. .1. BEARINS, Auctioneer.
AUCTION NOTICE-Will be sold on Friday. at I
1 o'clock, in front of 91 Wall street, 200 boxes MWe
sina Lemons, in prime oreer. and worthy the matter
tion of shippers: also. 31) baskets Champagne. j4
TOBACCO AND SEGAKS-40 oalesSt. Jago Toba(
Sco, entitled to debenture; llO0,00OSt. Jago Segar;
entitled to debenture, for sale by
jl 3t TIOMPSON & ADAMS. 53 South-st.
.LORll)A BIANK NOTES purchased a reduce
.' rates-also. United States, Pennsylvania, Vii
ginia, Delaware, New Jersey, District of Columbim
Maryland, Kentucky. Indiana, Illinois, Ohio. Eas
ern, and Safety Funt dts, by
S. J.SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
J4 aid 22 Wall st.
")II,.LS OF EXCIIANGE made payabTe on any oar
I) of Great Ilritain and Ireland in sums of j ani
upwards, always for sale by
S. J. SYLVESTER, 130 Broaway,
j4 and 22 Wall st.
at S.J. SYLVESTER'S. 130 Broadway,
j4 and 22 Wall.st.
TEAS-1(10 half chests superior Young -Hyson; 5
do do Hyson; 40 do do IHyson Skin, for sale by
i4 PUTNAM & SLOCUM, 85 Front-st.
BEESWAX-A lot, for sale by
j4 lDE PVI STER & WHITMARSH, 49 South-st.
POT ASH SCRAPINGS--The highest price paid fo
SPotash Scrapings, bv
j4 J. V. MACIIETT, 251 Front.st.
USSIA BRISTLES-4 casks Suckoy, for ea;e Ib
1j4 DOW &. CO. 157 Pearl-st.
SALT PETRRE- 16,000 ibs. for sale by
S ji DeOW& CO. 157 Pearl-st.
lHITE BEANS--180 bushels jusi received, f
sale by ARTHIIUR & BROWER, 97Front st. J
HAVANA SUGAR- -IO oxess prime yellow lHavant
I Sugar. landing from brig Uncas. for sale by
j4 AYMAR & CO. 44 Soutih,st
RYE, FLOIItK AND CORN MEAL-600 bls. Philad
and Jersey Rye Flour: 400 bhis Corn Meal. for salt
j4 by P. I. NEVIUS & SON, 11 South-st,
HAMILTON GOODS-100 packages Z & T and III
Long Cloths. and 6-4 brown Cottons, for sale by
.J4 J. W. & T. NESMITH. 50Pine.st.
YELLOW PINE BOAR U1)--For sale, 33,000feet yel
Y low Pine Boards, It inch. afloa- Apily on boarc
schr H. Middleton, at Dover st, wharf, or to
j4 GEO. SUTTON, 88 South st. up stairs.
W INI)OW GLASS-500 boxes 6x8, 7x9, 8x10, 10x12
&c. for sale ty
.il ART'HUR & BROWER, 97 Front-st.
FLOURlt-10 his suplerline in handsome order ftl
ehipping;250 half his do do do, for sale by
J4 E. W DUNHAM. 5South-st.
LU,1ti'kR-40.U;Ofe'et common Boards; 200 bunches
Shingles. for sale by
j4 JOHN JOHNSON'S SODN, 2 4 3 foutb.st.
INSEED OIL-30 bis pure American, for sale by
j4 E. W. DUNHAM. 5 South-st.
ATS-400 bushels prime Northern, for sale by
j4 JOHN JOfINSON'S SON. 2 &3 South.st.
ru/OLASSES- 123 hhds of good quality will be land
IVj. ing to-morrow from nrig Argali, froln Matanzas,
at Wartng's yarm'. Brooklyn, and for sale by
j4 WOODHUI., Ar M{N'IJuRNS. 87 South.st.
IIIT.AllAC-5O cases good n'i,, ,i 'i ,' "
k ^j4 B E N J., H 1'I L m i H ,,rj,i, bt.,i.
SALT1'PETRTE-1I0 hags for sale ly
_j4 I.EVY & COLGATE, 67 Wall-st.
GLUE-50 bls of various qualities, for sile by
j4 BEN.l. II. FIELD, 28 Burline slip.
LUE VITRIOL -]5 bls, for sale by
__)j4_ LEVy 4 COLGATE, 67 Wall-st.
IBLEACHIING POWDERS--15 casks superior, for
j4 GEO. I M(OREWOOD & CO. 52 South.st.
MANNA--12 cases small flake, for sale by
j4 LEVY & COLGAT''E, 67 Wall.st.
WHITE WA<--5 cases good quality. for sale by
jy BENJ. h. FIELD. 28 Burling slip.
HAWLS-Tartan Wool, assorted patterns, light
Sand dark grounds, and woollen checked Cloth
for trowsers,landlng and for sale by
j4 33 Beaver.st.
DRUGS, &e.-Gum Kino. Gum Arabic. Citric Acid.
Cxalic Acid. Coculus Indicus, Annilseed,Caira-
way Seed. Gum Olibanum. powdered Rhuhaib.
Grains Paradise, Senna, Gamboge, Mustard Seed,
Mace, &c for sale by

j4 BENJ. HI. FIELD, 28 Burling slip.
C ORIAL-l case dogs teeth Coral, and 2 boxes of
Coral Negligees, for sale by
j4 3S Beavei-st
BROWN SUGAR LEA)--I0 casks for sale by
j4 GEO. B. MOREWOOD) & CO. 52South-st.
LOUt-52 hibs. fine Richmond county, tor sale by
j4 DANIEL L GRAY, 1i5 Front st.
RUGS-20 cases Star Anniseed, for sale by
j4 45 South-st.
BUTTER-170 small kegs of common quality, for
Sale by DAN'L L. GRAY. 165 Front st. j4
PltPRING OIL-20,000 gallons light colored, for sale
0 J4 by D. & A KINGSLAND).55 Broad.st.
LOVES--30 bbls. for sale by
C j4 PUTNAM a ~L.OCUM. R6 Front-st.
CLOVER SEED-1-0 tierces Southern, 3 tcs and 4
bls Western, of prime quality, for sale by
j4 I)AN'L L. GRAY. 165 i'tront-st.
CLOTH--6 cases black Broad Cloth, for sale ty
J4 45 South. street.
OPIUM-12 cases Turkey, lor sale by
J4 LEVY & COLGATE, 67 Wallest.
ONEY--100 demijohns superior quali ty, received
and for sale by
j .)J, V. MACHETT, 251 Front-street.
OOL-40 bales superior clean picked Buenos
Ayres Wool, for sale by
j4 SMI'II, T'IIURGAR & CO 66 Pine-st.
ANNISEED-10 bagsDrime Sicily Anniseed, for sale
j4 45 Soutn-st.
CASTANHA NUTS-500 oags for sale by
Sj PUTNAM & SLOCUM 85 Front.st.
PERM CAN[ILES-2000 boxes assorted sizes, for
sale by D. & A. KINGSLAND. 55 Broad-.st. j4
]ICE--150 tiercesof prime quality, for sale by
j4 DAN'L L. GRAY, 165 Front st.
BRIIMS'TONE-50 tons Crude, and 200 boxes toll,
in prime order, for sale by
j4 45 South street.
RICE-100 tierces prime Carolina, for sale by
j4 45 South.st.
choice Leoville and St. Julien Claret, 40 cases
Sauterne and Barsac, for sale by
J4 DANIEL L GRAY, 165 Front-st.
RUM-30 puncheons for sale by
j4 45 South street.
KIN S-Buenos Ayres Goat and Deer Skins, for sale
j3 by GEO D. BALDWIN. 96 Maiden lane.
GROUND NUTS-173 bags for sale by
j4 49 South-st.
'AIL CIOTH-' A few cases heavy Dutch, for sale by
j4 45 South-st.
J 2500 casks assorted sizes, for sale by
j4 CEBRA & CUMING, 106 Pearl-st
1EGARS--20.000 fine Havana Segars, for sale by
j4 45 South-st.

Correspondence of the New-York Gazette.
WASHINGTON, July 2, 1838.
The little sub-treasury bill passed thie Senate ti
day by a vote of 27 to 22. Mr. Calhoun spoke an
voted against it. He goes for no such half wa
measures. The bill, by repealing the first twelv
sections of the deposit act, i.e., the whole act sofa
as it relates to deposits in Banks and the reception
of Banuk notes, throws the Treanury on the ac
of 1789 and the law of 1816, as further explain
ed by the act of this session preventing a
discrimination, as to the mode of payment
between different branches of the revenue. There
will be no restraint upon the receivability of specie
paying bank notes ; but on the other hand, there wi
be no compulsory deposit of the revenue in banks
The President will, na doubt, have to employ bank
altogether and all the objects of the suc-Treasur
as it passed the Senate without the specie clause
will thus be gained.
The President. will be absolved from all legal re
straint in the matter, and left to exercise his ow
discretion. Mr. Benton said the bill only pu
all the Balnks on an equal footing, and the Pre
sident would, no doubt, voluntarily continue t
employ banks as depositories. Mr. Calhoun said
this was the case the bill would meet his views, an
instead of destroying the system, to which he wa
opposed, it would only absolve it from legal regular
tion. I don't think it will pass thle House. The Ligh
House bill was passed in the Senate. Mr. King o
Alabama, was elected President pro tempore of th
Senate, in the absence of the Vice President of th
U. S. and took thle Chair.
The HIouse of Representatives passed the bil
increasing the army by a vote of 112 to 80. and i
was sent to the Senate, where it was referred. Th
Senate will riot concur in thie amendments, but th
diltcrunce will no doubt be settled by a conference
Cambreling reported a bill to invest the funds re
ceivcdt under the Smithison bequest. The Harbo
bill wa under coi:itileratiorui whlien the nail closed

DEATH OF MITCHELL.-We learu fronri the ulo
bile Examiner, of the 25lh ult. that Mitchell, wel
known about that city as "the Pirate," died tha
morning, about six o'clock. Several days previous
he was imprisoned for riot, and by some mean
made his escape. He was retaken the day belbre
and bound, but whilst on his way to tihe prison
lie managed to unloose himself. In securing hbin
he made resistance, and the guaed was obliged tc
shoot him down. He died from the wound received

PHIIILADELPIIIA, July 3.-Arr, brigliPeru, Crosby
Boston; ascirs John M Clayton, Erricksoui, N York
Lucy and Abligail, Baker, Providence; George, Al
ford, ll'irtlord; Susan, Baker, Boston; tuak Hill, Sun
son. East Machias: Lugraune, Patlterson, Pirtou.NS
Vultuie, (Ciay, I.utec; sloop llarriet a d Martha
Green, New York. Cid, sclnr Phlladtlphia, Brans
comb, St liarts. Below, ship Roan )ke, Hlarris, Buen.
os Ayres.
BAILTIMORE, July 3.-Arr brig Harriet, Phillips
45 days front Rio de Jantiro. Left, 18thll May, brigs
Montezuma. Jack-on, from Baltimor just arrived
brigs Medina, Albertson. from Falk.ands, refitting;
lnaependence, Graham, for N. York, in 3 or4 day,.
The brig Mary, Spencer, from NYork., bound to Val.
paraiso, arr on 16th, in 93 duys passage, after being
in Ion 71 Wilat 58 S. twice--stove bulwarks and
stauncheons fore and aft, decKs swept of boats Ac.
and would probably havy to undergo some conside-
rable repairs.
Also ar brigs Solon, Forest, Savannah ; Freeman,
Sparks, Matanzas ; Levant, Henday,do; sch Fabus,
White, Port au Prince. Left. Jnne 21, brig Red Rover,
Girdler, fmn Boston. via Cape Haytim-n; schr Ontario,
Alden, fm NYoek,dischg. Cld. ship Draper, tiillert,


ROM AN CEMENT-200 bIlsjust received, for sale
1 i by DO)W & CO. 157Biiotd-st.
r I. USSIA SHIEETINGi--15 bales received and for
I J sale by I)OW & CO. 197 Pearl-st. j4
a TALTHIIAM COTTONS-150 packages A and II
v and Nos 2,3. 4.5 and6 brown and bleached, fur
sale by J. W. & T. NESMITH, 50 Pine-st. j4
LExACHED (ioOJP$-780 pases comprising every
e 4 style and quality, for sale by
j4 J. W. & T. NESMITH, 50OPlne.st.
L GARIS--900,000 for sale by
R3 i4 DOW & CO. 167 Pearl.st.
DEFINED WIIALE OIL-2000 galls refined Whale
IL Oil, for sale by
J4 J. V. MACIIETT, 251 Front-st.
RUSSIA CRASII-9 bales for sale by
31 0 )OW & CO, 157 Pearl.st.
N NNIS OIL-391 half piculs. for sale by
A j44 DOW & CO. 157 Pearl st.
COT'lrON SEED OIL--2L0l gallons Cotton Seed Oil,
S for sale by J. V. AlACHE'rI,, 251 Front-st. j4
I sequence of numerous applications for a more
extended course of mercantile education, the' un-
dersigned have made arrangements to receive into
their establishment, 183 BroaaVay, a se:ect class of
youns gentlemen, who will be thoroughly qualified
or thle aqtieg of the coumlting house. This class is
now forming, and is strictly liimite t to 25 pupils.
The course of studies embraces I'ENlMNSHIP,
TING. &c. The pupi s are exercised in making out
Invoices, Account Sales, Accounts Current, In
Drawing and Accepting nills, in lthe ('Calculat;ons
of Exchanges and Interest, iand are passed through
the ),Ifle roUitne ofCountiingg house prat"ice.
BOIUK i F PfINO is taugllt upon an original plan;
the result of several years assiduous application,
devoted almost exclusively to the advancement of
this branch of education. The limits of an adver-
tisement preclude an5 discussion of the merits of
this method. Its main features, however, are to ad-
vance thle powers of the learner's understandingto
a level with the subject, while all other modes of
teaching are attempts to simplify the subject by
means of some rutlm, to the level of al1 capacities!
This distinction will be well understood by those
familiar with trud science;-an attempt to simplify
Geometry would be equally absurd with the attempt
to simplify Book keeping so as to dispense with the
necessity of reasoning clearly through a demonstra
tion of its theory. There would be no difficulty in
teaching a young man, by the help of ruies, to Jour,
nalize, Post and alanpe 600 transactions, in the
space of a lew weeks; but to ponclude that by such
instruction he is qualified to undertake the arrange.
ment ofa merchant's books, is by far too absurd ior
the grave consideration of a practical accountant.
The notorious inefficiency of the ordinary process
of teaching BOOK-KEEPING, so justly complained
of, is to be attributed to the use of rules in teaching
it. their object beiqg to dispense With that process
of TH[NKING which real business imperatively,
though insensibly, leads tlhe earner into. Rules,
it is true, are used by practical men,but never with
safety, till they have learned to deduce them from
As it is a naxim in this institution that no pupil
can be taught faster than he can learn, no promises
are madeto teach .BOOK-.EILPING in any stated
time; ifa pupil be capable of learning it In a fortnight,
he may lest assureoft being taught in that time;
but if his mind be not sufficiently matured, he must
undergo patiently the labor ot study, and the teach-
erwho pretends to relieve him of this lab' r by any
new fangled notion must inevitably deceive him.
PENMANSH1P will receive particular attention ;
and as skill ip this art depends mainly upon PRAC.
TICE, the number of lessons are net listited, but
pupils who attend the school regularly are taught
till they are proficient.
The pretenstohs every day put forth of imparting
that mechanical dexterity which is indispensable
toFREE WRITING, in afew easy lessons, could only
be equalled byprofewssng to enable a pupil to rival
PAGANrNI in the same time on the Violin i Such pro-
fessions are too absurd to deceive any but the ignor.
ant and unthinking multitude.
MERCIIHANTS and PARENTS who may feel inter-
ested in promoting a well organised plan of COM-
MERCIAL INSTRUCTION are respectfully invited
to call at the rooms, 183 Broadway, and judge for
themselves. References to practical book keepers,
who have commenced their duties as acconlltantts
in extensive mercantile houses immediately on
leaving the School.
ml ls2taw tf TIIOMAS JONES Principals
BROOM & CO. No. 103 Front-st. offer for sale-
MADEIRA-150 qartecqass superlorSicily,Cone to
PORT-250 qr casks superior Sicily, Carlill brand
MALAGA-100 qr casks Dry, superior
RAISINS-600 boxes Malaga Bunch, in fine order;
150 casks do Cask; 300 do red Smyrne in prime
ALMONDS-160 bales soft shelled Morse!lles; 150 do
Lisbon paper shelled; 150 do hard shelled Mar-
seilles; 100 boxes Bittet, shelled
WALNUTS-300 bags Palermo washed; 70 bales Gre-
noble, superior
FILBERTS-300 bags superior Sicily
CURRANTS-300 small casks superiorZante; 6 butts
do do, put up for London
LICORICE PASTE-75 cases, very small sticks, Od
brand; 50 do do Polizzi do; 50 do do F. Butter
do; 100 do Messina
VERMICELLI-30 cases Naples white
MACCARONI-60 cases Naples white
DRUGS-Landing from ship Minnett, 4 bales Alex-
andiia Senna; 6.do Cumin Seed; 10 do Anni-
seed; 6 cases Gum Tragacanth, 4 do Gum Gal-
banum; 13doColocyth; 13 doOrris Root; 2casks
Asphaltum; 7 do Gum Myrrh; 14 canisters Oil
Rosemary. Also, 5 hhdsCrops DutchMadder;
15 do Ombro do, 10 cases Cantharldes; 9 casks
Gum Arabic, fine picked, superior
GLASS TUMBLER-50 cases, 600 each, f half pints
RAGS-150 bales Sicily Linen
SUMAC-500 bags Sicily, superior quality
SALAD OIL-200 baskets superior Bordeaux; 100do
do Marseilles
WOOI,--100 bales Mogadore
BRIMSTONE-900 cases refined Roll: 30 tons Crude
FREDK. GEBHARD & CO. 21 Nassau street offer
for sale in lots to suit purchasers.
25 casks Brass Kettles of approved quaiitv'and
20 cases Schliecher's German Pins sizes













D-3- The public is respectfully informed that
these magnificent Pictures are now open for exhibit.
tion at the new Panorama building, corner oi Prince
and Mercer streets, Broadway.
Is a splendid painting, of the largest class, covering
a surface often thousand square feet, painted from
drawings taken by Mr. Catherwoud, in 1834.
Is also a beautiful picture, and has been pronounc-
ed by competent judges superior to any represent.
station of this celebrated Cataract ever presented to
the public.
Open from 9 in the morning till llo'clockin the
evening. Admit:.,:r.e 25 cts. to each Panorama.
Books ofdescrlptij.a may be obtained at the door
at 121 cents each. J.18 Imis
commence at 8 o'clock, Vocal and Instrumen-
tal. under the supe iintendence (, ,.lr. Watson.
Mr. John Sefton in a variety u: ;omic Songs.
Alter the Concert, the ni..; splendid display of
FIRE WORKS evem exhibited in this Garden, by
that unrivalled arti., Mr. II. J. S. HALL, Pyroteelh-
nist to this Garden ol.ly. Mr. Hall has been engaged
during the winter ai.d spring in preparing this ey.
hioition, and pledg( i himself for the beauty of hia
ocesigns and billiai;:.y of colors, many of which are
entirely new and l..-own only to himself, and for
which ne has recei..:-d the highest premium by the
American Institute, .-d which has procured forhlm.
selt the honor of fui... shing exhibitions for the ho-
norable body, the C i portion of Boston, for the las t
two years.
The Garden ont: s auspicious occascn will be
brilliantly illuminate, d with thousands of variegatsi
Lamps. Transparencies and Devices, appropriate
to the celebration ol uur Glorious Independence.
Should tie weath> r prove unfavorable the enmer-
tainmen.ts will ta]~e place in the Saloon, when a go.
laxT of talent will e',.rt themselves to amuse thoue
who may visit the Garden on that occasion.
The gates will b. open at 7 o'clock, when th3b
grand Military Ban\ -wtll perform VarlOua popul,,r
National Airs, Marclecs, &c
At ;o'qlo0k, the entertainments in the Saloon will
commence witll a Cncert in one part.
Prepared expressly for this occasion, in which will
be Introduced the air of Hall Columbia, Major An.
drie's Lament, and i ankee Doodle--Lucas,
Song-Mr. Archer -' Vhen the Banner of
Freedom is w.,vi .g Mozar'l
Solo on the Valve Trtinpet.Sig. Gambatl. Rossini
Comiri Song, Mr. Fra!lmln. The Cork Leg" Jones
Song, M,. 1', Bishop, The Mountain Maid"
Song. Mrs. Williams, "-iHail to Columpbia,
fair Queen of thW Oc an."
Solo on the Violin, .Mr. Opel, the Carnival
of Venice with. tl c ar nations ol Paganib
ni Opal
Comic Song. Mr. JQiui Softon, embracing
the following Cla sical Airs: "Al round
my Hai," "Mine Lofe is der Rider,"
"Swiss Roy." "Ml.rrily oh I" "Zurich's
Water," "~'u du ,legst milrim herzen,"
and "Swiss diover Boy."'
Overture to Figaro, Morgat
After which a superb display of
By that celebrated Artist Mr. Hall, Pyroteohnlst a
this Garden only.
Will take place, with a variety of new and maa
nificent devices, rei resenting colored flies of the
hues of the rainbow-the art of producing wnlch i-
known only to the unrivalled Artist. Mr. Hall. Thcy
will be given in the 1 blowing order:
Large Signal Rokl is, colored Meteors.
After which, the Fi, y Serpent ill fly repeatedly
from the North to th, South Gardesl.
After whiich a new and splendidpiece. called the
After which, the Mo ring Glory.
After which, spend id A lgerine THUNDER WHE17L
of unusually large dimensions.
Two pound bril.iai,t Marine Rockets with flower
This splendid Piece commences with a revolvlrg
Sun of Silver Fires, which changes to the figure
piece THE PERSIAT ROSE, in silver lace wo k.
This piece will form thile uentre of two immense con-
centricions of brilliant fire, revolving in contrary di.
sections, and decorated with re. solving lights of
every color,and of tte most dazzling splendor.
FINALE-The Exhibition to conclude with the
Covering a space of 3,000 square feet. dedicated to
and got up expressly for the occasion--forming one
of the largest pieces of Fireworks ever exhibited m1
the United States. This rinagnificent piece extends
from the eastern to the western extremity of the
Garden; it is thirty feet in height, and will display
a surface of colored and brilliant fixed and turning
fires of about three thousand square feet. In the
centre is seen the vestibule of the Temple, exhibit.
lng a magnificent AMERICAN STAR, formed by ev-
ery color Imagination can devise, enclosing in fig
ures of silver lace work, the date Of our glorious In-
dependence, 1776. The whole ending in a fea de
An intermission of half an hour for promenade and

To conclude with
LE MALHEUREUX-or, My Old Luck.
The Poetry by J. B, Phillips, Esq. The Mualo by
J. Watson, Esq.
Eliza, Mrs. Hautonville I Goodluck J. Sefton
Mr. Milton, Mr. Archer I Mr. Smith, Bishop
Mr. Watson, composer and director of the Music.
Tickets 50 cents, Doors open at 7 o'clock, and the,
performance to c,'mmence at 8 o'clock.
Omnibusses will run to and from the City Hotel,
to the Garden, during the evening. Jy4
r3.-Last night but one of the engagement of the
extraordinary RAVEL FAMILY now 14 in number.
Under the direction of Gabriel Ravel consisting of
Gabriel Ravel. Javilli Ravel,
Antoine Ravel, Jerome Ravel,
Dominique Ravel, Eugene Fencion,
Francois Ravel, Jean Ravel, (8 yearsold)\
Madame -Jerome Ravel, Mad, Eugene Fenelon.
Leader of the Orchestra-Mr. D- Ravel.
Second night of the TERRIFIC AACENTION.
T13-This Evening, the Vaudeville of
Which will be performed in the French Language.
Schahabaham, Mr, T Bishop
Maricot, Jerome Ravel
Roxalane, M'me E. Ravel
Zetulbe, E'me J. Ravel
To conclude with the TERRIFIC ASCENSION of
Madame Jeroime Ravel and Javelli Ravel on the Tight
Rope, extended from the South to the North Garden,
a distance of 300 feet to the top of an Ancient Tower
constructed expressly for this purpose and designed



62d iear of Independence--the front of the Theatre
will be Brilliantly Illuminated.
r3 This Evening, the Farce of
Odboy, Mr. Placide I Ellen, Mrs. Chlppindale
After which the fist sceno of
With other entertainments, consisting of Songs
and Dances by Mr. Checkeni and Mr. King.
After .which, first act of LA BAYADaRfi.
Alter which the Opera of
After which the Furce of
Mr. Singleton, Mr. Placide I E. Singleton, Wheatley
Julia, Mrs. Chippindale
To conclude with the 2d act of
Doors open at 7 o'clock--Performance to com.
mence at 7j o'clock precisely. J4
(LateItalian Opera House.)
FOURTH JU.LY-62d year of Independence-Splen.
did Illumination, and portrait ot the immortal
0::- This Evening, the Drama of
Indian Chief. Mr. Henry Wallack
Captain Pendragon, Mr. Browne
Jerry, Williamls i Ceristine, Mrs, Sefton
Mr. Williams will sing All Round My Hat and Prison
Comforts ; Mr. Horneastle, will sing the Hunters
ot Kentucky--and a Sailors Hornpipe by a
After which
Robt Macaire, Mr. Browne Bertrand, W. H. Williams
Clementine, Mrs. Rogers Germerril, Rogers
To conclude with the
Fearless and Extraordinary Performance of
VAN AMBURGII as the Roman Gladiator.
Doors open at half past and performance to com-
mence at half past 7 o'clock. Jy4
OF I.IBERTY' 1776.
City Saloon, opposite St. Paul's Church-Day and
Evening. Performance on WEDNESDAY, JULY
4tb, 1838, Combination of the following novel
attractions. Miss Jones, from the Royal Coburg
Theatre, London, will mate her first appearance on
the Flying Wire. golng through a variety of novel
and daring Feats, never executed by anylady be.
lore, the only female Equilibrieat in America. Per-
forming a variety of surprising Feats, comprising
Swords, Plates, ltings, &c concluding her perfor-
mances with a grand Fancy Garland Dance.
Six new Moving Dioramas, of the most intense and
thrilling interest.
Day Perform anree at 2, 4, and 6 o'clock,
Evening Perfoimance at 8 and half past o'clock.
Order of the Amusements of tie day.
t cone I-Allegorical Representation of the Des.
truction of'Temple of Jerusalem, under Vespasian-
Painted by Wilker.
Miss Jones will perform her wonderful exercise on
the Flying Wi. e., as performed by her at the Royal
Coburg Theatre, London, for lifty nights, with un-
bounded applause.
Scene 3--A View on the Rhine, by Lehr.
Scene 4-The fourth is a Dioramic Scene of exqui-
site,calm and solemn beauty,representing by moon-
light a dilapidated Convent of St. Francisco, near
Barcelona, Spain.
Miss Jones will display a variety of her surprising
Light and Fancy Equilibrium Equipaireing, Swords,
Plates, Rings, Keys, Coins, Feathers, anda number
of other fancy articles.
Overture on the Piano, Bassford.
Scene 5-Corruna, in Spain-painted by P. Grain--
sea, consisting of a sweet prospect of hill and dale,
verdant lawns and towering forests.
Diaromic Scene 6-The Departure of the Israelites
from Egypt. Tnis is a scene of solemn grandeur to
the Christian ; it is replete with association of the
execution ofttne will of the divine Creator, as des-
cribed in the sacred volume.
Miss Jones will conclude ller performances with
a Fancy Garland Dance.
Admission, 25 cents, children with parents halt
price. Jv 2 -

-.' W*

elevated position, the re
Battery. At half-past 6 o
will be requested to retire
the evening's amusement
tainment's will begin at
Signal Rockets, at Interv
cension of a Montgolfier
Smagnitude, any Fire ro M
htblted intais city, it w
displaying on attaining it
nate changes of splendid
With. illuminations, S
'evening exhibition ofFir
ly for the celebration b
ncl Artist to.this Garde
nine m,'clo k, with a Ca
which will illuminate in
rounding object, Rockets
Rain, &c. A new and pat
Texian -tar Piece; this r
ces with a line of revolvi
luminated with cen res o
Orange and Gold, which
figure piece or Qhe Texl a
display ofMosaic work. in
over a surface of upwards o
ving lluminate centres
explosion of a Maroon Bat
eta with Streamers. 8in
Shell, projected from a
thousand ie t in the air,
greatest altitude, a sple
fire drooping to the eart
&ac. A beault.Il Bengola
will instantaneously Ill
object. Rockets, with c
A handsome new piece. st
tain ; this splendid piec
commencing with a Hex
Sombre, Rayonet,'brillia
Gold fires, with an illua
crimson, and green chan
dical Fountain, composed
versing brilliant fires u
in the air, terminating wi
with Comets, Stars and
and migniflient piece, c
with three imutations, fir
cal Wheel ofsilver, gold,
Grecian Maltese and Chin
ing te tloar silver Stars o
riched with golden circle
splendid display of Malte
Lattice work, ending wit
tl-t flatters himself that t
ing acknowledged an ori
fired by any other artist
with crimson and purple
crimson. green, orange a
and splendid piece, for t
.Scroll and Passion Flowe
tical wheel of large dim
a beautiful scroll ofSitl.e
centre of the assion Flo
the revolving Intersectio
liant jessimine, with cent
purple, crimson, blue an
surrounded oy a magnificent
minatinrig In a grand e leu
ting at one view. ail the
present known in the ar
brilliant Marine Rocket
Streamers A new and sn
time In this Garden, ca
three mutations; an octa
ofsilver, gold, brilliant
Pcrsian and Columbian F
four silver stars of luxu
with golden circles of ru
cid display of jessamine,
Work, ending with a Feu
minelResplendant Light,
and Sliver Stars. A new a
the Kaleldoscope;, This
forms one of the most
ever exhibited in this cou
havingbeen spared by the
rior to any piece of the
to thepublic This piece
did Vertical Wheel ofvarig
its cernme, a rainbow cir
commllicaiiagt.W a grand
evolving Fire?, hlie exter
mense sun of silver, go
file- i lunilnated. upwards
,. changing; to superb di
dazzling biIlliancy The c
res, are iroo numerous t
piece dei ive.s its name, s
with gold and silver Rai
Piece called Camelia Ja
perb pie-ce, forms one of
sing appearances of Pyro
this country, as no pain
arnst to render It equalif
hlitherto pr..-sented to the
mutatto,,s, first commenc
gon Vdriclal wheel of so
brilliant and spangled tu
the centre with ruby, eme
topas and silver fires, a
police Flower of diamond
brilaiancy, terminating
Chinese spangled gerb fi
Ruckets \Mith cilns
An mii'trrmissiiL.i of tw
first anda second parts f
noifil. Part d-BATTLE
6plieidid and extensive
bited in this c untry. A
the Marseilles Hymn. T
opens with a splendid vi
with the town and fortifi
Algerine Batteries are di
on the south, the French
others under a press of s
the rear of the town is t
ror,numerous French ship
unier full sai moving i
keeps up an incessant fir
cations. The battle co
report from the Flag Shi
answered by false fires
drums beating to arms
whole line of the French
Moslem Clarion from t
Fiench Fleet are now see
a press of sail taking the
enemy's Forts on which
fire of RED HOT SHOT a
they are in return annoy
on the island on which
by the French Gun Boats
and blown up. The Alge
from the south by the Fren
ed by a brisk fire from th
adding is now opened fr
Fleet. A desperate effort
the Algerine batteries f
the Fort of the Emperor,
returned by the whole l
The Cit, is seen on fir
combat becomes m, re an
length it is terminated by
the gallant French, the A
their Flag is truck, and
ror is blown up with a
r3- The visitors on thi
opportunity of Judging th
as regards the beauty of d
brilliancy of the colors,
all com
The Garden will be sup
several thousand varied
will perform dur
B Gates open at half
ces at seven o'clock- Ad
one shilling-Evein F
Broadway. corne
T- At an early hour th
for the reception of vislto
windows and the parape
witnessed all the process
tions of the military and
works to take place in t
the usual attractions of
tensyive in America,) and
mance of Signor Blitz-T
day and evening, a Livi
or the Ourang Outang, the
Irom Borne, ever brtug

Each performance of the
clude with the dance of si
mon table. This feat ca
other ersonin America.
take place at interval
In the Temple,
Admittance to all 25 cts.
opposite the
Thi proprietor announces
from west coast ofAfrica.
"connecting link" is n
can be seen during the da
E1r- A Novel exhibition
day eveningnext, 21st, a
every evening unt
Italian Fantoccini or M
commence on Monday, July
o'clock, and continue t
it will take place several
evening. In the course of
Will perform several
The great living Anaconda
is so perfectly docile tha
most timid, Itwill be fe
and Fridays, at 12 o'clock
ing it within its folds, a
Amnittance including th
Children half price.
try- EXHIBITION at the
Tuesday nex
Which without the use o
'possess a brilliancy
of shade not excell
Admission 50 cents. chil
12-MR. MARSH respecttu
and the public, that th
tensively improved and e
attractive style will be
lllh,for t
His celebrated Band of
direction of Mr. Thos. Di
and will amuse the visit
N. B. FIRE WOBKS ev cr
Admittance one shilling
will be furnished.
144 Fron
Window Glass-2000 boxes
Vials and Bottles--1500
Venetian Red-175 h
Spanish Brown--150
Yellow Ochre--100
Shot-400 bags dro
Caster Oil-100 his fresh
Chrome Green-120 cases B
Glue-100 bls New Yor
Litharge-100 k
Prussian Blue- 60
Bdchelle Sal
Seidlitz Mix
Tartaric Acid-75 boxes
Asphaltum; Aqua Forti
Acet Distillat; Aceti
Cayenne Pepper; Cham
Copper Bronze; Cyanure
Colomel; Corros. S

DlIVIDEND-The Presiden
Marchcants' Marine In
this day declares a Divide
able on and after
Jy4 2w JOHN
IIE President and Dire
dividend of six cent on t
last six months, payable
the 6t
j3 2w JAS. S. SCHER
dent and Directors havys
vidend of five per cent o
Company for the last si
Stockholders or their leg
after the 9th inst, at the
Company of the City o
-The Board of Directors
dividend of five per cent ou
six months, pay
j32w_ L.
cent on the capital stock
declared, payable on Mo
transfer books will be
j3 Im .1. WORTH
IVIDEN --TheBoard of D
a semi-annual dividend of
plus dividend of five pe
stock, payable on an
jy3 Im LEWIS
C due on the 1st ult. on
Municipality, will be paid
j3 2w D. EBBET
New-Yor .iun
NOTICE-The Annual Elec
Inspectors of Election w
ing-house on Tuesday, th
Poll will be open from one
P. M. By order
J21 tJIlO DW. T
Office of the At
New York, 27t
DIVIDEND.-The Board of
Declared a dividend of f
to the Stockholders or the
and after the 3d day o
j29 2w is JACOB
Directors of the Phenix
cleared a Dividend of fou
Stock, payable on and after
of July.-New Yok2
Bv order o
j28 2w I N. G.
V JUNE, 27, 1838.-DIVIDE
tors have this day declar
cent for the last 6 months
2d .uly, until when, i he tra
j281m By order. JAM
Stockholders of the N
annual election for Direc
spectors of the next annua
the Banking House. No. 1
the 10th of July next, bet
o'clock. By order
J25 15t Jun
S oThe BOOKS of this Co
subscription at No. I Han
o'clock, and at the office
Bowery, from 3 to
j20 istf EDWARD
PANY of New York-Cap
850 each. Duration
The undersigned. Comm
Company,hereby give notice
tion to the capital stock
from II A. M. to 2 P. M of
day and Saturday, the 12
July, 1838, at the C
Two dollars and fifty cen
bed will be required to be
at the time of subscribing
ter in accordance with th
act of incorp
Sect. 11. Before the sai
mence business, or assum
of this act, the whole am
shall be paid in specie or
have been secured to be pa
the United States., or the
York, or of any other state
stocks of ANY INCOR PO
shall be at or above par at
of the Corporation of the
Incorporated city of the
lue, at least, thirty three
than the amount loaned t
funds and monies of the c
ties aforesaid; but the b
leasehold estate shall at
ly in
Sect 6. The stock and af
shall be managed and c
directors (chosen by bal
holders.) Each of whom s
a resident of the State
sure onil ALL KINDS 0 M
risks b
N. B. Stockholders in t
tract or engagement of
j21 tl5jy JOSEP
JEta Fire Insurance C
necticut, is at No, 135 Fr
will be renewed and issu
terme.bv A. .
Company, Boston, S. In
dent, will insure against
chandize in the city of
made to A. G. HAZARD 13
first floor, over the au
nLturn & Co. 89 Wall steel
1810, and possession give
the premises.
NO'TIlC.-The copartne
between the subscribe
under that of CARLISIE
solved on the first of M
outstanding business of bo
Havre by Mr. Emerson, a
Norwood.-New York
By his Attorney,
F3 R EMERSON will co
and Commission Business
ticle known for FILLING

ed in private practice for
the first time offered to th
ing advantages over all o
Being put into the tooth
forms to the cavity howev
comes as hard as the toot
bly escape as other fillin
applied without any pain.
require the painful opera
tions of the teeth in order
It maybe used in all ca
the Teeth ma
Dentists have always
having the precise quality
great importance, but hav
without success. In ever
greatest satisfaction, The
at Mr IPs office, 28 Stant
cimens and receive refer
other respectable persons
has been applied.
j26 MW

V &c.-Cargoes of the
Joinville, iust arrived
Per George-81 i
64 hhds Clairet Wine, (
45 hds White do. (Saut
210 qr cas
402 do Marlei2a
100 qr casks Musca
200 dases do do (I,
170 do Cl
400 baskets Champagne,
250 do Olive Oil, w
100 cases Olive
25 do Cornichons; 3
10 bales Velvet Cor
29 bales soft shell A
30 baskets
Per Joinville-5 pipes Mad
550 qr casks do do;
90 hhds White W
22 qr casks
125 hhd
150 qr casks Muscat. 100i
2.O baskets (ilauduusdin
415 to Sa ald Oil, in
60 hampers empty
65 bales soft
50 cases Olives;
20 do Capres; 20 d
15 do Co
1000 qr casks
100 do Po
150 casks C
100 do White
150 qr cask
75 ind bls
1000 boxes
5 pipes old T
200 cases
150 do Ma
100 do E
300 do Assor
150 do A
100 do Eau d
300 basket
4 cases c- staining 1
100J cases Bordeaux Wine
gaux. tour, I.eovil
Brion, Branne Mouton
St. Gemme,
100 cases Chamberti

    The elegant new pa
    R. W. Foster, master, havi
    on board. will sail as abo
    having superior furnish
    on board, at Murr
    J4 JOHNSON &
    1z3-T e above ship was b
    trade,and draws a light dr
    steam at t
    (To go to the city
    (First Vessel
    The elegant fast saili
    VICTRESS, Dickinson, ma
    cargo on board, will rec
    to-morrow. For freight or
    commodations. apply on
    Murray's and Pine-s
    To sail on th
    The fine fast sailin
    DAVfD B. CRANE, R T. Bro
    quarters of her cargo en
    will positively sail as ab
    or pass'ae, apply on boar
    330 R. M.
    The elegant packet
    La Tourrette. master. will
    or passage, having super
    tions, apply on board,
    J4 JOHNSON &

    KOn Sa
    A The superior fast sa
    TON, Win. Whittlesey, mas
    having the most of her ca
    above. For freight or p
    street wh

    The superior fast sa
    brig WM, TAYLOR, N. Hoe
    what freight may offer
    freight or passage, havi
    apply on board, foot
    J4 STURGES & C
    (On Thu
    The fast sailing co
    Sinclair, master, hast has
    cargo on board, will sai
    passage, having splendid
    on board, east side
    J4 Corner Burling

    (With De
    The packet brig MOS
    will receive what ficlght n
    For freIght or passage,
    commodations, apply on
    ling sli
    J4 GEO.
    L3i- The brig Star, will tak
    ed early

    (With De
    The superior cooper
    DIELIA, T. Sherwood, mast
    of her cargo engaged and
    what freight may offer an
    spatch. For balance of f
    superior accommodations,
    J3 J. TINKITAM &
    The fast sailing b
    Kenyon, master., wil
    spatch. For freight
    .12 JO
    The elegant st
    YOIRK, Captain Jo
    leave pier 5, NIR a
    P. M. precisely. For ligh
    ply to Captain
    N, B.-No freight taken af
    of sailing.
    The brig NANCY JANE
    be leady to receive
    next. for whizh, o
    The fine schooner A
    will take what freight
    despatch. Forfreight r
    foot Central
    .13 R. M
    The schooner MARY,
    S will sail to-morrow. F
    appiy on board, east
    LOn Sat
    The superior fast sa
    THADDEUS, II, Walpole.
    clear as above. For freig
    accommodations, apply o
    toM. BEDE
    J2 STURGES & C
    Washington City
    The fast sailing p
    VINCENT, Judson. maste
    despatch. For freight or
    Jones wh
    (On Thu
    The superior pack
    S. S. Woglam, master, hav
    board, will sail as aoove.
    passage, apply on board,
    [On Sat
    The copper fast
    -. Barlow, master, will
    lance of freight, apply o
    J3 McKEE & LO
    First Vessel
    The fast sailing r
    TOM WOOD, B. Atwell, mast
    as above Forfreight or
    at Jones' w
    asFreight will be taken
    El-The vessels in thi
    running weekly, and ship
    aailiuz punctually here
    The fast sailing coo
    tened packet brig I'AVILI
    loading at Old-slip, an
    freight or passage, which
    ap ply on b
    .14 J &
    The fine packet can
    master, is now loading,
    For freight, apply on b
    .14 J. &
    The fast sailing sch
    master, is now loading at
    above. Forfreight,
    J4 J. & N.

    [McKee & Iodon
    Through in
    (This E
    Also, the canal freight
    will leave as above, For f
    at reduced rates, apply o
    ties sli
    McKEE & LOUDON.,
    N. B Freight and passen
    burg-time 6 days-for whi
    en. For further particul
    ries, Bathing Houses, D
    his pu p is c 'st of th
    tal, elaborately finished.
    ble to get cut oforder, wo
    continued column of wa
    fioni acistrrn well or boi
    below the station of the
    30 feet lor mii)re above it
    va; ious sizes and capacity
    3 o0 140 gallons p-r mi O
    sizes is applicable as a fir
    toi es, ships, s'eambats.
    ged as obc m vneaole atpl
    a stream of w ter can be d
    I u Iding
    The pump working with
    used wimi advantage isi m
    and be ng made without pa
    wanted for sugar refinerie
    and throw off hot syrup
    the power of one man at t
    by two men at the rate o
    and that wit
    mi I hose in common use in
    diameter, 2 inches thick
    crank and occupy but li
    their irom the well, cite
    of the house. The pum
    room where most convene
    tra flxtuies, it ill raise
    cold water, es wanted, i
    but in the simple form it
    one only. For the various
    pumps have be ,n a plied, a
    tv .. nd oit.'r:,.ion tle t
    t'olow lllg geltlE.uill: i, in
    pumps in con tant use for e
    pense or
    For its operation inpiiva
    D. Keese, No, 42 Barclay
    Messrs. Schuyler &
    Smith W. Anderson, t.
    For its r-pplication as a
    factories to Gen.Jas. A
    Mr. Wm. B. Leonard, of
    In Sugar Refineries-to
    Mr. .as. A, Berry
    And also to manv other
    this city and elsewhere
    of these pumps for their
    to tihe amount o01 t1
    Abot:t670,000 worth of
    sold since their Inventi
    the city o Ne
    iti du- to tIe public, t
    I eeome acquainted w th t
    ticle, to inquire of i m
    lava used llhein-and not o
    in danger."
    A rnlnar asrtnrrpenr onn


    The Old Line of Packets f
    ter be dispatched in the
    that when the sailing day
    will sail on ihe s
    ORPHEUS, 575 tons,
    Novem 19
    D. G. Bailey, (M
    CAMBRIDGE. 850 tons,
    Ira Bursley, De
    OXFORD, 800 tons,
    J.AprilRathbone, Apr
    W.E.Hoxie, Janary I
    May 1
    EUROPE, 618 tons,
    E. G. Marshall. Ja
    May 19
    COLUMBUS, 663 tons ,
    T.FebruaryB. Cropper,
    June 19
    SOUTH AMERICA, 610 t 0nn

    B L. Waite, ( J
    These Ships are all of th
    by men of character and pe
    ished with stores of the
    will be paid to passengers
    and convenience. The ra
    fixed by an understanding
    tire other lines, at 8140.
    of every d
    Neither the captains o
    Will be responsible for any
    ages sent by thim, unles
    are signed therefore. For f
    10 GOODHUE & CO
    j3 and to BARING, BROT
    To sail on t
    The packet ship P
    Smith, master, will sail
    For freight or passage,
    board, at the foot o
    [To sail on t
    The packet ship PRE
    wick, master, will sai
    day. For freight or pas
    tain on board the ship, a
    The well known fast
    & LAND. coppered and
    Robinson, master, will po
    above. For freight or pas
    on board at the foo
    The packet ship
    Thompson, master, wi
    regular day. For freight
    at foot Maide
    J13 ROBERT
    The ORPHEUS. D. G B
    sail as above, her regular
    sage, apply to the Captai
    man stre
    J3 C. H. M
    -i,'oK LIV ERP
    [Regular Packet o
    The packet ship SHIA
    master. 800 tons burthen
    freight oi passage, having
    butunequalled accomodati
    board, at Orleans-whar
    J3 E. K. COLL
    The first class shi
    & man, having the great
    engaged, will be despatche
    out delay. For freight or
    tain on board,
    FOR B
    The fine coppered
    & ship NEW YORK, Wach
    half of her cargo engaged
    For freight or p

    The fine fast saili
    Im perfastened ship JOS
    ter, has the greater part
    will have immediate de
    freight or passage having
    piy i)o D. If. SCHMIDT&
    'To sail on t
    The fine fast sailing
    coppered barque EMPRESS
    ing superior accommoda
    rooms in packet style wi
    venience, will sail for th
    return the latter end of
    ing to visit Gibraltar, Gre
    &c. and return in the Autu
    and pleasant conveyance.
    application must be made
    all the berths are eng
    J30 D. H. ROBERT
    Persons desirous o
    friends to England. Ir
    now enter into arrangem
    the sh'p ALFRED, Captain C
    Liverpool early in Augus
    ing drafts or sending mon
    Old Country, can have
    On London-Messi
    Apply or address. (if
    FOR MAL kGA-
    To sail 1u
    The fine ooppered
    brig OCEOLA, Sweetser, ma
    For passage only, having
    The superior fist c
    anc coppesed packet
    Anderson, master, wi'l sa
    the 12th July. For balan
    having superior acco
    J29 D. 1I. ROBE
    The fast sailing sc
    ET, Captain Babcock.
    or bIefore the 5th July, tw
    ing already engaged. For
    sage, having excellent
    and steerag
    B. H. NORTON,
    14 Tontine Bui
    ls--The above vessel is
    servers" from the Roxbu
    The vessel will return to
    Packet of t
    The elegant fast sa
    ship JOHN \V. CATER, Mil
    sail as above, For freight
    gant furnished accommoda
    AYMAR & CO.
    N. B -A lighter will be a

    freighlt for the ab')ve sh
    FOR H
    The regular packet
    master, will take what
    have qnick despatch, an
    modate a number of
    33 MOSES TAY
    The regular packet
    schalk. master, will
    offer, and sail on the 10th
    sage, a
    J3 MOSES
    FOR ST.
    To sail on t
    The superior fast sai
    and coppered brig ROW
    master, having most of h
    ing on hoard, will positive
    lance of frei-ht or passage
    J29 D, H. I.ROBER
    The British hbrqu
    take what freight may
    (With De
    The fastsailing pao
    Eldridge, master, will sai
    passage, apply on board,
    J4 E. LE
    (With D
    The regular packe
    MARY, J. C. Hall, master
    freight or passage, apply
    ties s
    .14 EZRA LE
    The schooner \ ILLI
    & master, will sail as
    passage, apply on board, e
    (With De
    The regular packet
    SuU oli. I-I iIiLl.lr 'lji L .F
    freight or passage, apply
    J4 EZRA LE
    [On Sat
    The regular packet
    Sparrow, Mnaster, will sai
    passage, having fine a
    board, east side C
    J4 EZRA L
    The fine coppered
    Norris, master, burthen
    order for a voy
    J4 EZRA LE
    The fine coppered sc
    niarter, burthen 120)0
    F OR l'REI(ItT
    The new copper fast
    timnore schoo.,er HE
    8n0 brls.

    (1390 tons-Jas. Ho

    The regul
    days of the
    for the rema
    year, are fxe
    From Bristol.
    21st July.
    8th September,
    27th October,
    Rates of passage to Brist
    wines, &c. for berths in t
    guineas, ($163 33)-in othe
    guineas, (8$140) Stewards
    dren under 13, and
    Letters received on board
    per single sheet-larger
    bag will be appropriated t
    ofEurope, and they will
    payment, in addition to t
    of the regular English pos
    port of departure from E
    which port of departure
    the le
    The ship can carry abou
    persons wishing to impo
    ance, and who have no es
    at Bristol, will have every
    ed on application to the s
    cility will be afforded to
    this to Bristol, for their
    place of d
    A Surgeon is permanent
    and every provision made
    rity of the
    For passage, by any of
    or freight, apply perso
    J28 Agent of the Greani
    way at IIALLE
    SI he new and
    boat -- TAR, Ca
    will run as
    Leave Flushing,
    At 4 o'clock, A. M.
    *8 "
    12 M,
    5 P.M.
    The Flushing Pavilion Is
    modation of visitors.
    The steamboat
    tain Charles Peck
    cursion to the ab
    day, July 4th, leaving Nw
    Retuming, will leave Gle
    chelle at half pas
    Dinner will he prepared
    at 1 o'clock precisely, fo
    sengers. The above excur
    gers a fine opportunity
    JULY F
    The steamer M
    Capt. Comstock, w
    Place, N. River
    July 4, at 9 o'clock, wea
    State Prison Dock to rec
    ceed to WestPoint; remain
    when she will return
    Music on board. A cold c
    on board : Tic
    Fare for the whole excur
    The new steam bo
    Allaire, built expr
    b will leave from fo
    R Wednesday morning, July
    lor the Ocean House and
    will ieave Red Bank at h
    HIouse at 6 o'clock, PM,
    seners will have from 5
    House for Sea Bathing an
    Fare each way 50 cents
    a .0B On Wednesday,'
    steamboats SAM
    and UOLIVAR,
    Whitehall and the Quarant
    ry 45 minutes, commencing
    ending at7. PM.
    The Albany and
    S~t 3 freight Barges w
    zI& _fflP from the foot of B
    at 5 P M. For freight
    a24 E

    From Battery Pla
    The steamer PROVIDEN
    leaves this afternoon, We
    clock,ifor Providence, a
    The steamer LEXINGTON
    leaves this afternoon,
    o'clock, for
    Passengers for Boston
    immediately on their ar
    From the foot of
    The CHAMPLAIN, Friday
    The ALBANY, Saturday
    From the foot of
    The SWAI.LOW. this
    N. 1B.-All Goods, Freight,
    cie, or any other kind of p
    put on board the Boats of
    risk of the owners of all
    gage. &c.
    spectfully announces t
    and the Military, that he
    stand 202 to his new store
    above the American ilotel,
    where in addition to hi
    just opened a full and
    Sportsmen's articles of t
    a general assortment of M
    smiths use. a very full s
    ed and unfnisnhetl, aoalea
    ble and single barrels, tw
    iels of all sizes. Flint
    ry variety, and of super
    nnd Brass mountings, fini
    ver O)rnaments, in great
    Double Triggers, RIibs, M
    materials of every kind,
    cases oi Rlifles if assort
    cases of fine Guns,prinicip
    kers, anid of superior qua
    ne opened in a few days
    meant of double and sing
    and Rifles now open; pa
    new principles; fine hair
    pocket, belt, travelling, h
    tent revolving six barrel
    and safe of any in use for
    40 qr. casks of the celeb
    cannisters, Ilay, Merricks
    received from London
    French. Percussion Caps;
    Lead, 2 cases large Blunde
    S. Muskets and bayonets,
    Orders executed prompt
    tion in skill and superior
    ufacturing and repairs, i
    Also lor sale a first ra

    C IDER VINEG ItR-200 bb;
    I/ Vi ,egar in shippi
    j2 3tis EI)W.
    ken into partnershiNl
    and Mr. LEWIS H. MEYER,
    will he conducted under
    PEDEN & CO.
    W E have this day taken
    SHA W. BLOSSOM, and sh
    act business under the
    STOW & CO.-New Yo
    T HE undersigndd have t
    nership for the purpose
    Dry Goods Commission Bus
    ner of Pine.
    entered into copartne
    I.A.IUS & B(t)ILUGUET,fort
    ing a general commission bu
    York, 2d July, i38S.
    i2 3 .
    C Chronoineter, just ret
    "Parkinson & Frodshan. Lo
    in ali other respects made
    new, will be sold at a fa
    cost, on application to
    ton near Pearl st,
    0 in the schooner Boston
    Texas, and return in abo
    charge of consignments,
    to his care, for Galvesto
    Velasco and Matagorda.
    enquire of B. H. NORTON,
    tine Building.
    Sconvenience, the subscri
    5 anl upwards, payabl
    principal towns in Engl
    Wales and I.le o
    .. i.,. ca1 b-'. n c
    with good rooms and board
    near the Battiry. in the h
    WM. III.L'S new and in
    Cutting. Shaving done
    ble style. Constantly on
    of Perfumery, Fancy Artic
    street, un-stnirs.
    S tORAGE-For the bulk o
    S store 142 Fron
    nm29 HM SC
    l ILSONS & CO. Ship Br
    Have constantly on nia
    Wine Biscuit and Crackers
    for sale on accommodating
    the Bakery. 73 Fulton st,
    & COBB, 49 Water street,
    ' corner of Greenwich a
    are constantly manufact
    Sugar a large assortment
    &c. including Vanlia Cre
    about the same prices as
    nanIalt sold.


    (Sales Room No. 1
    3r- L. & G. have made
    to the sale of Furniture o
    lies breaking up their es
    with buying, selling, re
    Estate. and the loanin
    At 12 o'clock, at their
    Chancery Sale.-Under t
    Cambreleng, Esq. master i
    tain lots. i ces or parcels
    and being in the 1 Ith war
    and known and distinguish
    ted May, 1831, made by Sb
    veyoi,and filed in the regi
    map showing a division of
    Nicholas William Stuyvesai
    situate in the llth ward o
    the following numbers, to
    480 475 474 473 472 514 510
    420 315 256 285 331 332 302
    190 203 205 357 373 394 393
    130 95 132 93 106 !49 137
    with all and singular the
    and appurtenances there
    wise appertaining, and the
    remainder and remainders,
    thereof. And also, all the es
    dower and right of dower
    and demand whatsoever, as
    of the said Nicholas W.S
    his wife, and to the same
    thereof, with th
    Granite stock-Sold to p
    of stock of the Blue Iill G
    the Legislature of the Sta
    per share. Said company
    present time, and are fu
    church erecting corner o
    street. Approved p
    At 7 o'clock, p. mn. in the
    Stuyvesant Inst
    Oil and Water Colored P
    elegantly framed, by a mo
    of oil and water colored p
    A. N. A who is about leave
    the same time and place, h
    and the furniture of his s
    chairs, a library of books
    French clock-they can be
    5th July, from 10 to
    At 12 o'clock at the Broo
    large of Binghamoto,. Co.
    I. Chancery Sale-Under
    Mumford, Esq. masterin ch
    parcel of land situate, l
    side of the Chenaneo river
    in said IIill's location,
    and survey made by Willi
    ed north by lot No. I, we
    by Beman's lot, and south
    19 rods oflaid; also all t
    situate on the east side of
    south side ofCourt street
    Julius Page's store, east
    store, and south by L. Wee
    brick store and premises
    2. Chancery sale-Under
    Mumford, Esq master in
    piece, parcel or lot ot gro
    ing in the town of Vesta
    state of Now York, and on
    quehannah river,andbein
    faim of Daniel Dubois. an
    Hooper's tract, and genera
    wit: north by the Susque
    formerly owned and belon
    mour, south by the Pri ice
    ed, east by lands belonging
    Dubois, jr. deceased ; co
    nine acres of land, be the
    more particular descripti
    to Broome County l00oo.;
    141, and book No 15, page 2
    tie, interest and claltn of
    in and to the following de
    lying and being in the sa
    said town of Broome, to w
    mill standing at the lowe
    called, together with all
    for water, and water course
    with the saw mill yard, c
    acre and a halfofland, b
    witn all the privileges fo
    sary for the occupancy o
    -more Darticular descript
    ro Broome County Book ot
    3. Chancery Sale-Under
    lMumford,Esq. master in ch
    parcel ofland in the vill
    west side of the Chenango
    number three in Samuel S I
    guished by a map and su
    is bounded north by lot
    street., north by Levy Mi.
    lot number four, and con
    land morem or less The s
    larly snown as dwellings
    At 12 o'clock at the Eag
    Buffalo,Co of Er
    Chancery Sale-Under th
    Mumford Esq. master in C
    piece om parcel of land si
    the village (now city) of B
    State of New York, disti
    10 in said city, and the n
    lot No 9, extending from W
    creek, and fronting on s
    dred feet, and on the cr
    described in two several
    from the Iolland Comp
    and Ebenezer Johnson, he
    November, one thousand
    three. recorded in the Libe
    the other from Charle
    Colt, bearing date of twen
    one thousand eight hund
    corded in ,iber 1o
    (Store No. 35 W
    EARTHENWARE-At 10 o'c
    room. 100 crates assorted
    from ship Wailter Scott.
    men's, 75 packages earth
    Also. 100 casks English f
    of best Coburg and TB
    pagnes; and i pint tum
    canters. cordials, refle
    Also, 20 casgs white,
    Catalogues will be read
    250 bales 36 and 37 inch b
    station; 150 cases and bale
    100 bales fine Moravia do;
    do brown drills; 25 cases
    ford mixed, plain anlnd pri
    tinets; 50 do 2 and 3 colo
    linseys and kerseys; 25 c
    West of England cloths an
    aerial white counterpanes
    20cases fancy ginghams
    .and muslin-; 20 do apron
    do hlNuck nnd colored cnmt
    JOHN M
    \9ucceasor to B.
    21 Beaver street a
    Back Walnut, Curled Map
    &c &c.
    S. J. SY
    130 Broadway, an
    Has no other office in th
    JAMES N. (
    HAS R
    To No. 65 Wall street,
    (corner of Pearl

    B II.
    Tontine Building, cor
    Mt9- A regular line of Pack
    ent ports in 'Texas. Te
    Texas Government No
    M. P.
    ;Stationer and Accou
    ,a3 No. 1 Nassau
    Ship B
    155 Maiden lane
    tt New street to 73 Ceda
    PUBLICAN--This is the
    newspaper, published in J
    'full intelligence of all lo
    proceedings, and contains
    assessment notices and
    tance to those interested
    Subscribers in New York
    with the paper at their
    Subscriptions and Advert
    by J. Winchester, No. 29
    through the post-of
    j7 Iwis IE
    I.aguira Coffee, cargo
    and for
    j30 4teod J MAT
    STORE TO LET-On th
    No. 73 Water street a
    Sany business. Apply
    Water street.
    FOR SALE-The 2 sto
    Willow street, Biooklyn
    a1llar. marble mantels,
    filled with shrubbery and
    ,court yard in front Can
    Apply on the premises or
    r .l, T-'-Frolm tlie
    t.r LL story Ilouse No.
    --. ,.- in the rea
    AISO, TO I,,Tt'--Tlhe two
    li3 and 105 Prince street
    firstofMay. Apply to G
    STORAGE.-Storage can
    cious Stores Nos. 214 a
    &ad 52 West streets
    VTessels can generally f
    North River, opposite
    STORAGE can be had on
    No. 38 Beaver st. Apply
    boxes small China Rock
    700 ooaes Fire Crackers.
    sale in lots to s
    jl18 'w;s ISAAC MOSES. .I
    C 500 ca .e
    I)O do
    1000 do
    for sale by JAM
    j30 65 Wall


    (Store No. 23
    at the stores of Austin Me
    street. 100 cases boots and
    calf skins; 100 doz do moroc
    sheep skins; 50doz tanned
    a quantity of finished upper
    At 12 o'clock, at their
    1, Chancery Sale--Under t
    drey, Esq. master in chan
    of land situate in the 1
    map made by S. Ludlum,
    21st, 1838. on the southerly
    78 feet II inches easterl
    tainmg forty six feet in
    the two story frame
    2 Chancery Sale.-Under
    drey, Esq. master in ch
    dwelling house and lot or
    erly side of Beekman st
    William streets, known b
    street, containing in br
    street 23 feet, in rear 27
    street 26 feet 11 i
    3. Fulton street, Broo
    and lot of ground. known
    Brooklyn The lot is 25 ft
    on one side and 112 ft on t
    ton and Willoughby street
    Hook Lane, upon the premi
    ing in complete repair o
    whole are leased to a goo
    term of fiveyears at$450 pe
    and 8500 per ann for the
    The premises will be sold
    concern. Title indisputa
    lars apply to R. Anderso
    Duane streets, or
    At 12 o'clock, at their
    I. Chancery Sale.-Under
    Cambreleng, Esq. master
    certain lots, oleces or par
    ing and being In the twelf
    X(ork, and known and ,di
    ftap of lands belonging to
    lyP, Benjamin L. Benson,
    salitmap is now on file in t
    citYvnd county of New Yo
    668 7( 776 777 778, bounded
    south y 98th street Lots
    avenuenorth by 99th street
    street. Lots 630 631 632 63
    by the 5t\ avenue, north
    centre lirn between 98th a
    parallel live of 5th aven
    No. 189 IS 91l 192 and 10
    street, south by centre lin
    east by line Pkiallel to t
    592 513 439 40441 442, eas
    by 104th street,1outh by
    and 104t
    At !2 o'clock, attheir
    1. Chancery Sale-Under
    Cambreleng, Esq. rigster i
    tain parcel of land, Stua
    city of New York, on the
    McDougal and Barrow ss.
    Barrow street, and 55
    At 12 o'clock. at No. 15
    1. Chancery Sale-Undert
    Ruggles, Esq master in c
    lot of land with the build
    6th ward of the city of Br
    of Atlantic street, distant
    of Atlantic and Columbia
    25 ft front and rear, and 8
    At 12o'clocK, at tme sal
    1. Chancery Sale-Under
    Codwise, Esq. master in c
    lot of ground situate in
    south side of 14th street
    Bowery, and containing 30 f
    The above was postpo
    At 12 o'clock, at the sal
    1. Chancery Sale-Under t
    Ruggles, master in chance
    or parcel of land, situate,
    ward of the city of New Y
    north by 125th street, sou
    7th avenue, and west by a
    avenue, at the distance o
    ing 75 ft in width and 200
    all the right, title and int
    the first part to the str
    Also, those three lots, p
    situate, lying and being a
    of the city of New York, be
    and 4th and 5th avenues,
    of land at Harlem, in th w
    New York, now on rile as
    register's office, in and f
    NewYork,as I ts number
    ard also known on the sai
    eels. numbered 86, each lot
    deep,.together with'all th
    of the said parties of the
    front uf th
    At 10o'clocK, at tne
    field IIardware, Cutlery,
    consisting of knives and f
    knives; scissors and she
    halter chains; cast butts,
    and bits, plated and Iro
    sauce pans, tea kettles,
    hand vices, hand sledge
    hatchets, axes. plated tab
    plated tea bells, wood scr
    and socket chisels and g
    plane irons, tea trays, wa
    and iron candlesticks, sn
    gimblets. screw plates. s
    and bread knives; awl bla
    lies; brats flush and sprin
    do. pocket and plate cast
    closet, chest, till and pa
    latches, Salter-s patent b
    den hoes. guns. pistols,
    percussion caps. slates and
    on a credit o
    Also, a large and very sp
    lish pattern cards. Cata
    the g ods can be exami
    BY JOHN E.
    CARD.-The subscriber
    Auction and Commission
    store No. 126 Water-street
    the patronage of his f
    JOHN E. VA
    One share stock In the
    A very desirable and pi
    for building purposes, si
    provements, on the corn
    the Jamaica Turnpike. in
    of Bro klyn, within 50 fee
    the cars run from the S
    each day. The dimensions
    follows, vlz I l2feet S inc
    5 inches on the .lJamaica
    in the rear on Vandl;rbil
    pal Church is w
    A map and further part
    room. The properly
    CELLAR TO LET-A good
    126 Water street to let,
    (Store corner of William-
    TO LET-The store No.
    joining their auction r
    Messrs. Carr
    G T. 4DEE,
    BY ADE. TI
    (Store No. 37 Willia

    Red, white, green and yve
    oldnmill canyon flannels;
    bed ticking; 3 4 and 4-4 i
    brown doeskins; 3.4 and
    shirtings and sheetings;
    fancy prints; white and
    jeans; white domets;
    BY D. C &
    (Store 87 W
    At t11 o'clock, In tront
    Rio Coffee--O bags
    Chambertin-50 c
    Port Wine-20 c
    At ll o'clock, In front
    Tobacco-2 bales ma
    Port Wine-50 qr
    Flour-27 bbls
    St. I)ominngo Mahogany.- A
    sliD. Ell 3500 feet super
    mahogany, per brig Gustav
    approved end
    Superior P rt an Platt M
    Waring's wharf, Brooklyn
    Nrig renlah.,from Port au P
    (about 6'J9,00 feet) St.
    crotches and part cannon l
    sizes. This cargo of wood
    very superior quality and
    of the trade and of expo
    previous to sate. Terms 4
    .approved end
    Samos Wine-12 o'clock,
    Holford, Brancker & Co. 7
    cargo of the brig Robert,
    170 indian hbis old Samas
    to any importtlon for s
    Demijohns-400 Ha d
    Bay Rum-50
    At ll o'clock, in fron
    Cuba Segars-28 000 Cuba
    Ihishb larble-At fo1ot of
    c.,rgo of thle hbrig Allgust
    ot 1:37 ons Irish Marble, f
    Ireland. Terms 6 mos, a
    Catalogues giving dimen
    the auct
    A few cases very supeiio
    of a most favorable vintag
    suiL the purchasers, well
    Port Wine-400 qr cask
    custom ho
    It. R. MINTURN
    BY R.t K. MI
    (Store No. 89
    At 11 o'clock, in front
    Clocks-1 case cloc
    r)9 boxes 2d quali
    (Store 85 W
    At l0jo'clock, in front
    Sonars-50,Q00 gen
    W4. GERARD,
    BYIW. & fR.
    (Store No. 84 Wall str
    Soan--0 hnboYas first. seo


    AtlOo'clock, at their sa
    Green and Hot Hoise Pl
    nent of green and hot ho
    3amellas. Oleanders, Lem
    Geraniums, Roses, with a
    choice Plants. Catalogue
    At 12 o'clock, at their
    Harlem-The two neat fra
    each, and brick basements
    at Harlem, between 3d a
    leases of the two lotgfor
    1837 and 1838, at a ground
    years on each lot, and 4 p
    er 15 years, at the expira
    improvements to be paid f
    'The premises can be seen
    Rhan, 127th street
    They are near the princi
    rail road cars, and directly
    I. Itivington street-The
    330 Rivington street, on
    Niangin aid Goerck street
    the house 22 by 36 feet, w
    leading to the rear of th
    stable. The house Is now
    with tin roof,&c. 81900 P
    remain en bond and mortga
    2. Chancery Sale-Under t
    De Peyster, Esq m
    Lewis. Rivington. Stant
    streets-All those cei lain
    the Ilth and 13th wards,
    lollows-all those 7 lots
    the late 10th ward by the
    3672, 3673. and 3674, which
    bounded as follows: begin
    I.ewis and Rivington stre
    side of Lewts street 175 fe
    Ington stre
    Also. all those 3 lots of
    aforesaid by the Nos. 3679
    3 lots taken together are
    from the SE corner of L
    running along the east a d
    and parallel wit', St
    Also, all those 22 lots o
    aforesaid by the nnhbers
    3520, 3521, 352. 323, 3524,
    3534, 3535, 3536, 3537, 35
    lots taken together are b
    lows: distant 25 ft W fro
    ton and Lewis sts ; runnl
    Rivington st. 75 ft, then
    non st. 125 ft; thence A a
    st. OO10ft to Cannon st.; t
    Cannon st. 225 ft to point
    corner of Stanton and Can
    rallel with Stanton st. 200
    thence S along the W line
    point distant 100 ft N. f
    and Livington s., 25 It.
    Lewis ft. 100 ft, to
    Also, all those 18 lots o
    aforesaid, bv the numbers 33
    3372. 3373, 3374, 3375, 3378,
    3384, 33S5 ind 3386, which
    are bounded and ci ntain
    north from the northeast
    Columbia streets. running
    east side ot Columbia st. 2
    south 25 ft from the south
    Columbia streets, then
    Stanton-st. 200 ft to the w
    soutP along the west line
    point distant 150 ft north
    ofRivington and Cannonst
    lel with Rivington st. 200f
    Excepting therefrom, howe
    3668, 3a78, 3385 and 3386.
    3. Fro t sti eet--The 4 sto
    Front street, between Wall
    lot, 18 feet 6 inches by 82
    money can remain on
    At 12 o'clock, at their
    1. Chancery Sale-Under
    Addis Emmet, Esq master
    certain lots of land, situ
    15th ward of the city of
    tinguished on a map of 36
    ward of the city of New Yo
    Jones. Esq. dated
    2 Village of Auburn, N.
    house with stable and oth
    an acre of ground, situate
    opposite the house forme
    Dr. Cox. In the vill
    Also. a vacant lot adjoini
    Also, two lots each 50
    Also, one lot 53 feet 6 ins
    coren of North stre
    Als:). two lots adjoining t
    bed, fronting on Nbrth ave
    and rear, by 153 ft
    The above will be sold ei
    rate lots which form a fro
    ',North street, and 214 ft
    situation is most desirable
    IaV rods from the centre
    Is 'isured fo, five years
    perry can be seen
    A12 o'clock, at their s
    In Partition-Chancery S
    of Pre dcric I)e Peyster,
    9th, 1lth and 12th wards
    7th and hall streets, 6t
    A. 2d and 3d streets, Kip'
    3d avenue,3d street, Lo
    All thatcertain lotofla
    known on a map of property
    distant 171 ft 54 inches fr
    6th avenue and 6th street,
    Also, all that certain oth
    ward, on the east corner o
    posite the Tompkins mar
    front on Hall street 22ft
    north side of 7th street 75
    a map ofpropert
    Also, all those certain pa
    12th ward, on the south si
    the 6th and 7th avenues,
    southeast corner of 15th s
    of said 4 parts of lots bein
    100 ft in dept
    Also, all that certain oth
    ward, between 2d and 3d st
    avenue A, designated as No
    from the southeast corner
    containing 22 by 76 ft,
    Also, all that certain
    and stables, lot of land, s
    the southeast side of the
    bridge, (parcel of the Kip
    vided Into 48 lots,
    Also, all that certain par
    one of the said 48 lots,
    by the highway, southeast
    road by name Elbert street
    the highway 118ft 2 inches
    129 ft 6 ins, and in length
    and along the land former
    be the same
    Also, all that certain oth
    tenements, and those sever
    the ]2th ward, on the west
    25 ft from the corner of 3d
    line between the ground
    Waite. thence southwest a
    avenue 306 ft 7 ins, to a
    certain line of a street f
    thence northeast along th
    thence south 254 ft, thenc
    thence northwest 162 ft 8 in
    thence northwest 125 ft 2
    1O inches, thence southeast
    Also. all the rest, resi
    term of40 years from the 6
    come and unexpired of all
    being the southwest half
    formerly laid out by the
    tending from the 3d avenue
    commencing at a point whe
    street meets the west l
    south of 3d avenue 30 feet

    Louisa street. thence north
    the old post road, thence
    Louisa street! thence sou
    ginniimg, being the same
    mayor, alderman and co
    New York, to George and
    tule of
    BY L. M. HO
    (Store No. 83 Wall street
    At 11 o'clocK, in fron
    Rum-40 hbds e
    Damaged Teas-A quantity
    uh am pagne-- 1 00 basket
    Wheat--400 b
    SEAL SKINS, &c.-12 o'cl
    600prime wet salted fur se
    skins; 1700 dry salted fur
    875 tdry otter skins; 5 b
    skins; 45 lbs beaver do;
    hair seal skins; 20 do Ge
    makers. Catalogues will
    may be exarnined
    SATURDAY, July 7
    At l1 o'clock, in front
    WOOL--300 bales Barbary
    wool. Also, Mogadore.
    Schooner Oriole.-At io
    Exchange, the -ach.,oner i
    Deers Island, onheavy itib
    for the North Ca olnra
    naval stores. Maiy r.e El
    'h1UES ~E.
    At 10 o'clock, esa
    FINE TEAS--'I tl e
    per ships Marbleheai nd
    half chests Hiyson, l0 ch
    Hysorn; l16 half Jr.onpowd
    chests Sout n,.n-i. .iOa
    131b -,,,e<- HBy.J-n.Thie
    and represented te of
    Also, 175 131b boites Gun
    100 cases caimste do; 200 131b
    15 cases canistegdo; 131
    tM'i cases canist do; 99 c
    voice of super p Meas
    At 10 o'rock, at th
    CARGo.-V-e entire cargo
    from ship Morrison, consi
    son. Hysao Skin. Gunpow
    Powchom, and Orange Peco
    usual vahety of packages a
    litles. Catalogues and s
    BY F. J. BEAR
    (Store No. 91
    gROCERIES-At 10 o'clo
    ofRlvington and Goerick s
    grocery stole, consisting
    coffee. pork, hams, rum,
    brandy, 1 pipe gin. flou
    soap, nest of drawers, sc
    cider pumps, pewter mea
    Also, four 200 gall stand
    1 cart and harness; n
    FURNITURE-Also. imme
    the same place, a quanti
    consisting of 1 sofa beds
    tea and dining tables, fe


    TO LET-The two store
    at 79th st. between
    J m23 H.a& D.e
    iW PORT, Connecticut-A
    2 Barn and outhouses, su
    Public House, situated
    the New York and Boston
    sant and desirable situat
    for the reception of an o
    Dwelling House a short d
    gregational Church In West
    family, Select School or
    likewise In the village a
    distance from said dwel
    will be let on reasonable
    for occupancy. For fourth
    GEO. SUTTON, 88 South s
    KIAH ALLEN. Westport,
    TO LET-A Counting R
    97 Washington street,
    .L the lofts above, being
    a sail make
    m2ti 0. R. ROB
    TOR SALE-A lot 25 by hal
    s- side of 8th street front
    has a fine view of Washi
    sold at affair price, and
    remain. If improved, 60 or
    will be advanced, and re
    if required
    m2 E. &. J. HERRICK,
    ulstory House in the up
    iL the west side of the
    will be paid. Address, w
    No. 543 Post Office.
    TO LET--he upper
    commodious fire proof
    llam street, well calcu
    diy goods. Apply to R
    TO LET-The large a
    No. 358 Broadway. wita
    a Benson st. Lot I
    The lower part of the
    altered into a store, for
    Apply to C. BOLTON.
    Broad street
    TO LET-A suitable a
    ment for an Exchange
    Wall st. now occupied
    regular customers. Apply
    ment, corner ofNassau
    STO KRENT-The first
    Counting Room, and t
    A No. 3J Broad street, s
    change Place. Apply B
    CO. 119 Greenwich street
    A TO LET-The uppe p
    and 57 Broad street, f
    u & A. KINGSLAND, 55
    f suitable for bonded liq
    Aiipled as such) in the fi
    tflet. EnquireofF. J.
    t TO ET-A convenient
    In the store No. 165 Ma
    iiLApply on the premi
    l Hallett's Cove to let
    iBltoS A. HALSEY, 189Wa
    SSTORE in Maiden-lane
    floor and cellar, and
    Aii D. BALDWIN, 96 Ma
    STORE TO LET--No. 39
    < Apply to S. A. HA

    LOFTS TO LET-The s
    I 189 Water street, wit
    SA. IIALSEY, 189 Waer
    The elegant double tw
    J ,Bleecler-s
    m29 S.. A.
    street to let. Apply to
    Water st.
    StM built two story house,
    .L in Henry street, near
    minutes walk from the
    given immediately. Apply
    street, Brooklyn, or at 23
    of Washington and teub
    Apply to D. & A. KINGSL
    ate terms, a comfort
    house for a small fami
    with vegetables and fruit; f
    ated in Westchester, abo
    to and from whence their
    every day. Apply to A. B
    FOR SALE--3 lots of gro
    flourishing village of
    and under improvement, o
    99th street opposite the
    together or In lots to suit
    ply to WHEELER & SO
    A TO LET-The conveni
    House No. 53 Lumber s
    best manner, with ma
    doors, grates for anthra
    HARMONY & CO. 631 Br
    TO RENT-A modern bu
    House in Madison nea
    AiULtleman and his wife
    ily if convenient, they
    house keeping. Apply to
    Front st.
    FOR SALE-The house
    at. between Broadway
    L north side of the street
    and rear, 104 feet deep-a
    where many important i
    gress. For te
    m3l WHEELER
    TO LET-A very hand
    f with a private office
    L.&street, suitable for
    merchant. Apply to N.
    TO LET-An office on th
    B91 Wall street. Also 2
    JtJ5F. J. BEARNS,91 W
    a TO LET-A backoffice
    Store 67 South-street.
    kTHERS & CO. on the
    TO LET-The Cellat u
    i between Broad street a
    lill times dry, as the tide
    ly convenient for the rece
    Aroly to KETCHUM &
    acres of Texas lard for
    ed quarter interest, or a
    veyance ofl 12,000 acres
    Texas. wlthin25 miles of
    blne river. These lands a
    by actual settlers, previous
    dependence, and patented
    the Declaration. The ob
    river having been remo
    within 25 miles of the a
    choice Cotton lands, imme
    the well known Robrts P
    per acre has been o
    The patents to these lan
    n consequence of the mnul
    Lard office they will be s
    33j per cent. to be paid o
    ahd executioh of the tran
    the time of contract made,
    ments of3 to6 month ea
    and satisfactory accept
    nWir*n Ar N w York. at t

    Price l1 peraere. -For fu
    J4 tf on
    A FOR SALE-The two st
    lot No. 86 Sixteenth store
    JilUmodern style, with fo
    rear, grape vln
    318 R. M. 1EMI
    FOR SALE-A desirab
    residence beautifOlly
    JInLside of Staten Islan
    The views of water and l
    any in this country, the
    front by the magnificent
    Hill and other elevated pos
    All the lighthouses are d
    constant arrival and depa
    description, gives an int
    scene, The soil Is of exce
    divided Into wood, arabl
    woods being sufficiently
    purposes, besides afford
    treats during our oppre
    buildings and fences ar
    premises is a great varie
    *abundant supply of fine
    |dy beach affords the be
    bathing as well as for taki
    In their different sea
    akIasy. Inquire of
    No ;$Bsalst eet.
    ir-v Ho0isI Bleeckestre
    M1HLALSEYV N ter-st

    a FOR bAL bea
    u dence situated In t i o m
    Jlft5onVan WyekAvenue
    ofthe Jamaica, Williams
    about fifty rods from the J
    Both side of the avenue.
    with 46 feet front by 35 f
    wings, which are each 61
    has been built but two ye
    marble mantels, mahogan
    eleelto correspond, being
    residence for the owner.
    acres of ground handsomely
    ed with ornmental and f
    near's cottage, a substant
    stable, with stalls for f
    belng'ln every respect a d
    eleven miles from the ci
    on application to the Ga
    terms, which will be ma
    Riront st. up stalrsoro
    T & J. T. HOWARD, 89 F
    j Beef-100bbls. NavyMe
    50 do No. I d3 d
    Hemp-20 tons
    Flax-20 tons Flax Codll
    Hair-300 rolls Curled Ho
    Tails, black white and g
    Hair, Prussian; 10 t
    Bristles-20 cases Okatk
    cases Brack
    Cotton Bagging-1000 pcs
    brown Rolls-1200 do
    Rattans--40 bdls. sp
    Shawls-A few splendid
    Hair S
    Balsam Campevia-16 can
    Annatto-35 base
    Teas--4 halt ches
    Tobacco-lO boxes manu
    Lacquered Ware-A few c

    Capital 1l,000.000-By t
    the property of each sto
    amount of his stock for
    Company while he is a s
    months afterwards; whi
    sponslbility of the institute
    of dollars. Insurance again
    may be effected on as rea
    other good offices, and all
    miums are rece
    m2 6m HENRY THOMA
    NOTICE of application
    debtor's person from
    to the provisions of the fir
    ter ot the second part of
    RENCE WALKER-Notice fi
    1838. Creditors to appear
    P. Ingraham, Associate
    Pleas, at his chambers in
    of New York, on the 4th d
    o'clock in t
    A. 0. MILLARD, Att'y,
    CHESTER, payable In al
    sweri rig the same purpose
    payable on demand in sum
    the Banking house of Mes
    & Co. London, the Union B
    mercial Bank, Stotland.
    ERS & CO, Agents. 67 So
    nal Supporter is in all cn
    lady. a source of immedia
    the patient. In a very gr
    produced radical cures
    It was recommended by th
    State of New York. at its
    substitute for all oth
    Dr. Hull begs leave to c
    Medical Profession against
    stations oithis Instrument
    ventures in this anid oth
    they are all inefficient
    The genuine instrument h
    embossed upon it.
    Office for sale and appli
    Extract from the Boston M
    SNew York Medical Societ
    "report in favor of this
    "express a belief that it
    sede the use of the pess
    "ion of good judges in t
    JUST OPENED at 142 Pult
    complete assortment of
    ological publications, En
    new works received as so
    ished at tile lowest pri
    m21 SiR)
    ving purchased the int
    the late Jamrries Hloodgood,
    at Flushing. L. I. heretlo
    firm ofl)LO(ODIDOOD &
    BLOD)GOOD & CO. is diss
    be continued by them und
    & KING, who have had t
    the said Nursery for the l
    on hand a large assortmn
    Frult and Forest Trees.
    mhlubs and Plants, Ios
    Plants, &c. &c. &c. Ca
    had of the proprietors at
    AS BLOODGOOD, 208 Frcr
    Ing, L. I. June 12,
    jOfN W
    In behalf of
    Ji0 3w JAMES
    being proprieto. of Mei
    turning the above Psint. off
    duced price, manufactur
    pure Soap Stone. The sub
    nufacturer of this Paint f
    his experience for 8 ye
    using said Paint, he reco
    the best, and the most du
    roofs of Houses, especial
    makes them durably tight
    protect against fire equal
    ver 100 square feet.
    For s
    j7 FIZYATT & CA
    IRON CHESTS-The subsc
    a complete assortment of
    -at his store 102 Water.s
    offers for sale o
    C. J.
    The following with many
    testimony to the superior
    To whom it may concern.-
    we, the subscribers, occup
    street, in this city, and th
    instant, our store was de
    cipal books and panels, r
    containing over two hun
    dollars in bills receivabl
    C. J. Gayler's iron ches
    tunity to remove the ches
    store. It was consequent
    tensity of the fire, and f
    among the burning mass.
    the chest from the ruins
    pleased that we can state,
    contained in the pocket
    that all our account boo
    chest perfectly legible.
    dered another of Gayler's
    experience, we feel iustif
    full confidence in the ch
    WANZER & I
    New York. Dec. 24,1S3
    From the New York Tim s a
    gencer of Jun
    L friend of ours having
    operation under the hands
    sion to speak in high prais
    facility, and new mode o
    tooth, or teeth, by the I
    unique principle, of artif
    devoid of pain or incon
    shown a circular contain
    Yoik Mirror, the Courier
    Star,all speaking in the hi
    new principle for the const
    of its utility, and ofits d
    cated machinery of spri
    simple introduction of at
    has been found infallible
    ment ; indeed, in this la
    stand largely indebted to M
    tion, and ingenious applic
    pressure principle.
    DUTNAM & SLOCIrM, No $5
    IIVORY-15,000 lbs prime
    raging 62 1.10th Ibs; 5
    6.0(i0 do Scrivellos
    OIL-30,000 galls. Winter p
    tierces and barrels; 2
    Sperm Oil; 5000 do bl
    Winter ores
    OLI ti OIL-20 half p
    GUM COPAL--100 cases E.
    size; 10 do dodo fin
    FRESH DATES-100 fails
    PEPPER SAUCE-300 boxe
    TEAS--100 half chests su
    Hys an,40 do Hyson
    FLORENCE OIL--0 ch
    great variety Chinese
    men, Fire Screens, P
    Trunks. Tortoise Shell

    carved Pearl, Ri
    SILKS-White and crimso
    ed Crape Shawls, I
    every kind from the HIop
    to suit p
    SOAP-125 box
    CANNON-6 pair different
    BIRD PEPPER-20,000 lb
    INDIA CURRY-20 doz. E.

    D AVID I.HADEN & CO. 6
    by late arrivals, and off
    Spring Go
    BLANKETS-Point, Duf
    CLOTHS--Super wool dyed
    and M
    VESTINGS-Marseilles pri
    CAMBLETS-Low priced a
    PADDINGS-3-4 and 6.4 re
    THREADS-Patent Spring
    HOSIERY-A good assort
    Hose. Shirts, Drawers, Gl
    ton. Worsted. V
    Crowns. Insertio
    LACES-Gimp. Tattlngs,
    SHEETINOS, &c.--Init. R
    CARPETING-Super Kidder
    sells, 3 ply and Venet
    FLOOR CLOTH-Druggets,
    TABLE COVERS-Blue and
    Piano Covers; worsted
    BINDINGS-Carpel an
    WORSTED YARN-No. 12 a
    WOOLLEN YARN-Assorted c
    SILK-Raw alnd thrown, sui
    ITALIAN SILK-Lustrings
    and heavy Ge
    STRAW GOODS-Loeghorn
    Plait, Trimmings. &e.
    " IUST received, per Ontar
    arls pressed Legho
    S0-do white Ch
    FP1 ,ce Braids, ass
    Lads Fra
    Ladies' fe patent
    do dcolor
    do do' us
    Ladies' gold a silver mounted
    Also-Charts and.N autica
    ing of Maps. Sextants, ma
    Brass hanging Comp c.ses
    package or case up
    a3 W. M. 1 WN
    IHBICE WINES-The sdb
    CJ per ship New London,
    as samples, and to which h
    White Bucellas Wi
    Red Port
    Claret Winesin hds an
    Sauternedo do
    Burgundy do, d
    White and red Her
    Hock Wines different

    654 Wall street-NEW C
    Company continues to mak
    and damage by fire. and
    J. Philli
    John M
    Joseph B
    Caleb 0.
    B. L.
    Meigs D.
    John D
    DOLLARS Office No. F2 W
    situation for insurance aga
    sure against Loss or bama
    ses, ware houses, blildi
    dise, ships in port lnd th
    niture. and every descri
    on terms as favoiAbl" as s
    This ComparT is incorpor
    pose of insurirg against l
    cumscribed 5s operations
    and immedat
    The Capill Stock is se
    gage oin ral estate and
    assured nay therefore ie
    dence i' the solidity of
    losses ,r damages will
    and lit
    'abriel Furman
    William W'ilson
    Joshua Waddingt
    Jacob Lorillard
    John Oothout
    George Ireland
    George Arculanu
    Robert Benson
    John Camnbell
    George Conklin
    Joseph Tucker
    James Lefferts A
    nite, INIT'IT:) STATE
    I PANY have removed their
    corner of Wall street, whe
    rance against loss or dam
    prompt a
    John L. gowne
    John R. WIllis
    Silas IIicks
    Robert C. Cornell C
    James Barker
    Benjamin Corlies
    Lindley Murray
    Henry I. Lawrence
    Stephen Van Wyck
    Isaac Frost
    Robert D. Weeks
    John Wood
    Thomas W. Jenki
    Benjamin Strong
    George Hussey
    Uriah F. Carpente
    James Hi. Titus
    it6 JOHN
    A; 'TI-A aIN-st.'uikANC lar
    .L-J necticut-H-ave esta
    city of NewYork.-Insures
    ital i209.000-l-'aid in ain
    ter, so thatwithin :30 days
    to the payment ol'losses. I
    damage by Fire on manuf
    dwelling houses and store
    household furniture, &c.
    pany has obtained in a b
    yam s, for liberality in a
    paying Losses, and also,
    ways observed in scattering
    a sweeping fire, their abi
    stroyed, it is hoped will
    public p
    The following gentlemen
    Thomas K. Race
    lHenry L. Ellsworth
    Thomas Belden
    Samuel Tudor
    Griffin Stedman
    Henry Kilbourne
    Joseph Morgan
    Elisha Dodd
    S. L. LOOMI
    --A. G. IIAZARl), (Oflice
    ed Agent: for the city ot
    receive proposals, and iss
    vorable as any office in t
    COMPANY-Persons may
    this Company on their ow
    others. and either for the
    for a limited period.
    may be either made annual
    Premium on one hundred
    Ago. 1 year Age. 1 year.
    14 0 72 26 1 07
    15 0 77 27 1 12
    16 0 84 28 1 20
    17 0 86 29 1 28
    18 0 89 30 1 31
    19 0 90 31 1 32
    20 0 91 32 1 33
    21 0 92 33 1 34
    22 0 94 34 1 35
    23 0 97 35 1 3 3
    21 0 98 36 1 39
    25 100 37
    Money will be received
    pany and held in trust, u
    allowed a
    On any sum overl00 irref
    100 5 mon
    100 for
    Win. Bard
    Thomas W. Ludlow
    Wm. B. Lawren
    Jacob Loriard
    John Duer
    Peter fhlarnmony
    S3. Van Rensselier
    Jenina (5 Ouster
    T'homnas Suffern
    John Mason
    Samuel Thompson
    Benjamin L. Swan
    Stephen Warren
    Robert Ray
    John Johnson C
    WM BARD,
    E. A. NICOLL
    Dudley Atkins. Physic
    1' Company, Bosto:n, Capita
    cured agreeable to charter
    operation twenty years,
    men compose
    Samuenl Appleton,
    J. I. Bouditch,
    B. A Gould,
    Horace Gray,
    John Heard,
    Caleb Loring,
    J. S. BARBOU
    Applications for insuran
    ings and merchandize In
    be made to A. G. HAZARID

    ford. Cornnecticut.--
    against loss or damage b
    Stores, Merchandise, Mills
    property, on terms as fav
    ions In t
    Eliphalet Terry,
    S. H. Huntington,
    II. Huntington, Jr.
    Albert Day,
    Job A
    All applications for Insu
    policies, and all business
    may be made to the subscri
    ed Agent for the city of
    to receive proposals, arid
    &c. on the most s
    j26 E. D. MORGAN, Agen
    Monthly Report-Since
    sons have b
    Of whom 3 are resident o
    Of whom 6 are residents ou
    2 are S
    2 are Me
    2 a Te
    1 are other
    Of these there are insur
    Of these there are insur
    Of these there are insure
    Of these there are Insure
    Of these there are insure
    May 1.1833. a5 E.
    $300,000, all paid n, and
    sure in the City of New
    age by fire, on dwelling ho
    and mer
    Samuel L. Abbot
    Frederick II. Bra
    John Lamson
    Eliphalet Williams,
    Applications for insuran
    may be made to THOM
    May 8th
    8500,600. all paid in an
    W. SWETT, President, con
    lessor damage by Fire, o
    ture, Stores an
    Applications for Insuran
    may be
    m8 THOMAS H ,
    P kegs assorted sizes25 I
    1500 do do do 20 lbs each,
    lbs do do do do, of super
    manufactured by Lsomlses
    Connecticut. and for sal
    a24 bv A. G. HAZARD
    TINES Madeira, in pipe
    W Sherry, brown, gold and
    qrs. and eighths; St.
    Port, in pipes. h
    Teneriffe.in hhds.

    M EYER & HUPEDEN, No. 9
    received and o
    Hosiery, complete assort
    Ginghams, new style. in
    Cotton Fringes
    Fancy Silk and half S
    Heavv black Silk Cra
    Silk and half Silk
    Black Silk Plu
    Prussian Shawls, new s
    Cotton Laces;
    Blue black and
    Tuikey Red Yarn, color
    Diaper Towelling
    Shirting and S
    Linen Checks,
    Browd and unbleache
    Flannels, Tapes, B
    Coffee ond Grain B
    Heavy Sail Duck, cut Gl
    Looking Glass
    FOR E
    A large complete assor
    viz: Platillas, Creas
    Rouans, Listadoes
    Italian and
    1006 reams p
    1500 do m do.
    iNew street. have just
    ton, from Dundee, a full
    of newly manufactured D
    can seil on the mo
    Osnaburgs. in whole, half
    144 and 72 yard piece
    Burlaps-Of different
    Hessians, from 35 to 60 in
    Bear Duck--Brown and Ble
    Canvas Paddings,
    Sacking-22, 26i & 40 inch
    Floor Cloths, of various
    Sheetings-Imitation Rus
    Diapers-Bleached anrd c
    Hemp Carpeting--18 ich,
    wide, a great variety
    Cottonu e dmeiing--(
    Also, i-.r. -, and dome
    Sewing Twines.
    This is a new Medicine
    used by IDoct. SeguIr, in
    yearssince. It is found to
    ficacy in all dyspeptic affe
    ing of listlessness, indi
    action of the food to the
    vated cases, with all the
    distresses, nervous symp
    ments wh;
    The process of cure is en
    of otner Medicine 1st. I
    when it is taken with, md
    the food. 2d. Its operating
    more regular and natural t
    tern, d. T'h longecr it i
    to produce the effect. 4th.
    and streugateninc tht system
    perfect action is establis
    further aid is
    To those '.vho kno.v the
    Bull, no evidence c-in 1a
    efficacy and saletv of th
    pression of his full conf
    experience as wel
    Dr. G. C. Segur-Dear Sir
    forwarded last month is
    you to forward me by st
    one gross. I take peasur
    fects produced by your R
    from tihe satisfaction ex
    used them, and more parti
    have derived from them m
    to doubt that they are b
    complaints for which th
    any other medicine now
    mild operation, without a
    imparting vicor both to m
    same time, having proved
    but free from any preiudic
    tution, entitles then to t
    need such a remedy,
    E. W.
    Killingly, A
    This may make inown tin
    I have been laboring un
    health and was brought v
    the time able to take so
    charge of my domestic c
    the time, however. :ny
    ikdeed.-Thie mostpromin
    at the stomach, occurring
    severity, so much so as to
    tended with an exceedingly
    the head, as dizziness an
    memory and total want o
    appeared to be a complete
    tion in the stomach and b
    a sensation of numbness ;
    was too weak to circulate
    to be no actionbut a dis
    became extremely sallow,
    and at the time I applied t
    sufferings were indescrib
    physician, I had made us
    and blisters repeatedly
    exception of some present
    cumstances I had but little
    tion of medicine,but after
    of amy complaint, he prone
    vated case of dyspepsia, w
    liver and gall. and Immed
    storative Stomach Pills;
    perceptible relief was
    appeared to be a breaking
    rent action in the stoma
    once more commenced its
    continued to use them. o
    with no other effect than
    ally and pleasantly, the
    till health was restored
    head feels clear. I have a
    my countenance hasresum
    This may certify th at t
    wife, in the above certific
    ascertain, are correct
    Pastor of the Congr
    References can now be m
    In the
    For sale, wholesale and
    street, corner William s
    who are appointed
    For sale also by Rushton
    street; E. A. Mel can, 20
    corner of Madison sandCa
    and 771 Brcadway; Chas.
    Crumble, corner Bowery a
    E. Moss, 492Grand street; E
    st ; James MI Hart,M. D.
    ber street; Thomas T. Gr
    Walker street; C, H. Bad
    Brooklyn, L. I.; and the
    1J tESlI TEAS-CARY & C
    J for sale the remainder
    Asia just lande
    509 chests Yo
    493 half ches
    &2 chests fi
    200 clhests S
    500 half che
    400 131b bxs Gunpow
    Agents for Messrs. He
    Bristol. Eng. are prepared
    different articles of the
    of Wine, Porter, Soda, Dru
    Pickle Jars, &c. sample
    ceived and now landing
    from Br. brig Spermaceti.
    dled Newcastle Coal, a ver
    and quality, being double
    suitable for smiths, manuf
    in lots to suit
    Le Roy, Greenwich

    H ANDKERCHIEF-- Imitati
    Picture IIandkerchiefs:
    lines; printed Cotton Shawl
    25 Ilbs each assorted s
    Powder; 800 do 12, do do
    screw bungs; 200u canis
    sporting Gun Powder, all
    ulautured by Loomises, H
    irecticuit, and warranted
    United States, constantly
    a25 A. IIAZ
    'ARBI.E PAPERS-A ful
    M.L Papers from the Manufac
    E Mann, ofDedhanm. Mass
    Cap, Boyal and Medium,
    styles,just received and
    tail on the most liberal t
    ment, from the same manuf
    COFFEE-100 boxes prim
    4r00 do
    200 bags Laguay
    33 do conmmo
    500.0(00 choice o
    168 bales prime Cuba
    EI)W. K. COLLINS & CO. 56
    sale the follow
    300 kees prim
    15 casespate
    6 bales Seine Nets,
    50 do 3 thread Sa
    100 do 5J, 6,8,12.18,
    5 do Go
    300 bolts English Can
    FOA RSE SWOLLEN S-10bale
    - ed co'ors and qualitie
    do d do; 30 do --4 and
    Twilled Blankets; 10 do
    the whole oflate imp
    C 10 cases aoy 1 dozen qu
    Preserves I China blue fi
    citron, coimquat, cran
    chinchew; 40 bales each
    for sale by JAMES
    j27 No. 65 Wall s
    2000 boxes Bunch, 1
    1000 do
    500 do Muscat
    350 casks, and 100 h
    300 qr casks, and 150
    All of the choicst qualities
    127 65 Wall-str
    C 1260 base
    230 do L
    500 do
    100 do
    194 do
    100 do pints, of rec
    beautiful orde
    j27 WM. IH. WRIGHT.
    or 6 gross each; Negro Pi
    T. D1). or long Hunter, in
    long and short tipped or
    3 or 4 gross each; Indian


    Wi ANTED, to purchase
    which the highest price
    to J. V. MACHfETT. 251 Fr
    W ANTED--'he advertiser
    ing two seats in St. '1
    son having such to rent
    by addressing R 856 lower o
    W ANTED-A Woman to do
    ly of a small family.
    None need apply who canno
    for character and capab
    RICK-Wanted to pureh
    burnt building Brick.
    2,9 Ful:on street.
    W ANTED--A Nurse, one
    tomed to the care of c
    ply but those who can bri
    Apply at 689 Bioadway.
    WANTED, to purchase.
    V. MACHETT. 251 Front
    COOK WANTED-Wanted,
    to do the cooking and wa
    Apply at 35 Mercer st.
    TANTED-A colored you
    VW family going to a water
    mer. lie must be a goo
    talking care of a horse.
    tions. to 32 South street
    ITAN'I'ED-A woman lor
    VV irtnin2 and who will
    any kind of housework, to
    city. Those answering th
    goud r-fci ence, may enqu
    A TED-A Mate for coa
    dteckbrig le mustbe wel
    and diligent. Good refe
    Apply to S. S. CLARK.
    his lady, or two gentle
    ed with board end a hand
    closet and grate in the tht
    fist class, pleasantly loc
    Week References excha
    the lower postoffice, by
    U3,L.\Y WANTED--A stro
    w w1th a good leather to
    P.st Office.
    ltime is partly unoccup
    Will attend to the collect
    any business which will
    time. Satisfactoryreteren
    addressed to W. S. at th
    promlpt attention,
    UOArlD-Gentlciu, n alnd
    ) n men, can be handsomely
    lying at 119 Leonard s
    0oT--ln the vicinity cf
    L Note of lHand, driwn b
    favor of Tho.s. J. (rant. o
    and endorsed by 'l'ioo Vi
    1838. All persons itio c;iU
    said Note as payment
    tinder will confer a favor,
    by leaving it at 182 Was
    LOST, on Saturday. at noo
    of theLafayetwo Bank, In
    way, Thomas or Anthony
    and fifty two doll
    1 $50
    5 50 259 the on t
    The finder by leaving th
    where all satisfactory p
    given, will much relieve
    old gentleman, father a
    large family, and will re
    Fifty dollars reward are
    son whose inlornation
    cause the above sun to
    ' OUST-Dropped in the vic
    L-a a Pocket Book, cont
    dollars in money, and som
    but the owner, The find
    by returning the pocket
    ter.street, or by leaving
    office. directed to box 33
    will receive Naval Store
    near the Navy Yard, at hal
    STORiAGE--Can be obtained
    U Store 57S outh st. A
    ' bulk of 300 bales and 1
    TORAGE--Goods taken on
    S Apply to S. A. HA
    S TORiAGE-Sturaee may be
    and in the cellar of St
    Cellar would b
    J3) KTIII
    STORAGE-The bulk of 5ib
    3 taken in the fire proof
    rate terms. Apply to F
    STORlAGE---Storage for
    - proof Store 67 South t.
    THERS ,v CO. 67 South s
    U proof stores for the bulk
    No. 26 BI'aver street. or
    STORAGE-1000 bales of Co
    - can be taken in the fir
    Apply toGOODHU1 & CO.
    TORAGE can be had lor
    S street.
    S proof stores'Jor tlie bui
    26 lever street or Mark
    STORAGE will be taken
    Store No. 40 Fletcher
    South street. Also in the
    store, lead or iron will b
    on the premises.
    STORAGE -500 bales Cott
    will be taken on storage
    proof store 54 Broad stre
    to IEE. MORRISON & CO.
    135 Front street, areso
    States for the sale of th
    factured by John IIall &
    brated Gun Powder stand
    quality, is warranted super
    aliiijttorln oni hand-a
    ,_'-'i: '.- I.I. -25 M. Al
    J soned. ApDly to IIHE
    NEW BRIGTON--A few
    received at this school
    the Academy at New-Bri
    had ast No. 2 Beaver store
    pa ents and guardians t
    tih is summer.
    A. FITCH, Principal.-A
    received at this establi
    which have been made a
    dious as to offer every a
    of scholars. At the req
    guardians there will be no
    1st of August as mentio
    Every information relat
    obtained of the Principal,
    S'TIe;REO)'I'YI'E PL',AT
    GL.OTT BIBLE, steroty
    and heretofore published
    ton." It is one of the bes
    United States, containing
    Testament, the Apocryph
    copius Index. Tables.

    about 50 engravings, and
    The plates arein neifect o
    been printed, and they ar
    &asnew. Will be sold on t
    t) price an
    TN CHANCEIRY---State of
    Ito an order of this Hono
    at public auction to the
    direction of the subscriber
    said Court, at the Sales &
    No 15 Broad street, in th
    5th day of July next at 12 o
    certain lot, piece or par
    aild being in the 7th Ward
    and known and distingui
    made of the Estate of Th
    William Bridges, City Sur
    ty-five; bounded wester
    strect,easterly in rear by l
    ty of Benjamin Ferris, sou
    perty now or late of Cor
    northerly on tile other si
    property of John Ferris. c
    twenty seven feet and in
    ty five feet, be the same
    that house and other lot of
    Ward of the city of New Y
    of Ridge street, beginni
    inndred feet northerly fr
    ner of Ridge and Stan ton
    and ialallel toStanton
    thence northerly and para
    ty-five feet, thence weste
    street one hundred feet
    southerly along the east
    twenty-five feet to t
    Dated 13th
    J14 2aw ts S. COWDREY
    mixt, Adams mixt
    Super blues, blacks, stee
    Stout 3 4 brown filled Clot
    Blue mixt and brown twil
    Drab Pittsburg Cords
    Shetucket 3.4 and
    Pensgroves 4-4 and 7 8
    Blue Plaids 7-8 wide: 3 4
    Georgia Naneeens, Bengal
    Also, fine Silesias, all
    BleaWhed Cotton Diaper
    1)o34, 7-8 and 4-4 com
    Super and extra fine Lonsd
    Large size Cotton Shirt
    Also, 3 4,7-8 and 4-4 fin
    Brig 3.4 heavy W
    Do 7 8 and 4-4
    IDo 44 Lonsdale, Coventry
    Do 4-4 Brunswick D
    Also, a large assortme
    Adams. P. Allen & Son,
    other works,
    Navy and two blue of
    Common and fine m
    Fine and super block
    Superfine light small figure
    well as ladies an
    Dark ruby grounds,
    Rich Chintz Furnitnres; al
    for s
    j3 LAWRENCE &
    T HE Subscrib-sJs offer fo
    Water st and 287 Cherr
    20,000 Albany Boards
    Ifl fn00 nnpe Planlr nfoI

    D R HORNE continues t
    dentially at his Office.2
    the corner of Warren. St
    apprized, Dr. Ilorne being
    cal profession in tic city
    tica! member of said facul
    the last 33 in the city o
    from being general, he
    branch of medicine, which
    tention. Itis experience
    astonishing. Hle cautions
    the abuse of Mercury. Tho
    curialized out of life. Re
    out mercury extinguished
    cases eradicated, not
    Dr. Buchan emphatically
    sons and persons about to
    ticularly cautious of those
    ful inheritance to iransmi
    afflicted with protracted
    not despair of a complete
    Dr. HORNE. A residence
    city, has established Dr
    mar. of sterling honor; an
    ability and skill. L)r. If.
    guaranty. Dr. Iorne's o
    patients never come in c
    half past 9 i
    c3- Noletters takenin unle
    letters must
    "' Stultorum incurata pu
    Horace's 16. Eistle.
    tious aliment for the si
    as food for infants. This
    offered to the notice .of t
    nurses and mothers, as a s
    to which it is infinitely s
    have been hitherto unknown
    but has been used, within
    in England, where it lies
    tion of the most distingu
    whom are l)octors James Jo
    make favorable notice of i
    nals. Small quantity ha
    the West indies, and is off
    ery Medicine Store, Bowe
    city where it is to be obt
    packages, with directions
    RliETALLIC WAtH--A ew
    jAl Glass, Brams and all
    least possible labor. It m
    no poison. One pint bottl
    two siuliings, with care wi
    tions for using it on the bot
    ed for every empt
    Agents--Milnor & Gamli
    of Dey street; John B. D
    and lileccker street; Gog
    Arnamison T. Oliff. 399 Br
    briee, cornimr of Enst Br
    J Magnetic Remedies,in
    public are referred to th
    symptoms and remedies in
    II. II. SHiElWO(l), M.. 1)
    Bruadway. where he wii
    to chronic diseases belon
    trophy. and commonly kn
    suoip!ion, ldys!epsia, ch 'o
    spleen. iduev. thSoliot l,
    scgald hiead, icr3ylulouas s
    corrhoea, chlorosms, men
    saints, diseases ofthe sp
    swellings of the joints an
    nations of structure of th
    eluding all the fo.mrs c
    ment, for the Ring Wormn
    eruptions of the, skin, st
    any other country. It has s
    more than thirty years, an
    tend strictly to the direc
    cured, the proprietor will
    fond thi money paid, so
    Agents--Milnor & Gamble
    kie, 413 Broadlway; Forbe
    208 Greenwich street ; Ada
    Soillard & )eluc's, Park R

    Other kinds, for sale
    Eagle Gunpowder, in cann
    point's Eagle Powder is wa
    and stronger than any oth
    tofore imported. The diff
    der are all of the same q
    by the same process, and o
    ty ; they differ only in
    Snperfine Sporting Powd
    the largest grain being d
    Also, Gunpowder In kegs
    quality of the f
    F. FF and FFF glaze
    Cannon, or Musket
    OP M
    NP N
    These three last kinds
    being of the quality man
    States' Navy. They answ
    rocks, on account of th
    WM. KEMBLE, 91 W
    CAILY & CO.
    {Q- No Powder is warrant
    Is purchased from our a
    known to be su
    E. J. DUPONT D
    Wilmington. Del
    Squire's building
    PAPER--Florette and Med
    American, of ev
    DRUGS, &c.--Licorice Pas
    seilles, Leghorn, Candia
    Olive Oil, in pipes, hh
    Brinmstone, in casks and
    Juniper Berries, in bags
    Corks, in bales and half d
    Beeswax, white Cuba, i
    can; Cassia Buds, In ca
    C i
    SPICES- Pimento. PCI-per
    inegs; Naee, Cloves an
    WINE&--Madeira, Sherry, P
    and other Iled Wines, i
    pagne and other Wines.
    Madeira; Malaga, swe
    Muscat, in qr casls and i
    SALAD OIL,, &c.-Florence,
    anti Marseilles, in bas
    Pickles and Sauces, in
    Mustard, in cases and k
    Olives, in ke
    SEGARS-Havana and Prin
    FRUIT, &c -Itaisins, Mala
    Blooms. in boxes; Lexi
    mats; Smyrna red and bla
    Sultana In drums; Zante
    Pamfltv--- Am--i- ,I-- '- I
    drums and boxes; Almon
    seilhes, Ivica. Alicanie.
    shelled, in bls and case
    in hba-s; Genoa Citron,
    ed and havan
    rTII)MAS WELl.S, IS5 Fron
    Window Glass-600 boxes
    edfromrn 8xl2 to 14x22 ofthe
    Bottles-700 crates Newc
    very genera
    Pipes--400boxes Tobacc
    Demijohns--500 fives and
    T'oilette Bottles--2 cases
    cut and cho
    Brushes--2 cases aIIr a
    CarpetBags-2 cases Carp
    Percussion Caps-10 cases
    Nos. 2,
    Lucifer Matches-- c
    Magnesia-300 lbs cal
    Wine-superior old Port a
    quarter casks. demijo
    BM. BELL &. CO. 28 Pin
    by late arrivals, a fu
    Goods, for the spring sa
    oil o
    4-4 Linens, light make
    whole and demi pieces
    ferent fi
    4-4 heavy Linens, soft f
    also, a few cases of
    hand s
    5-8 and 3-4 Lawns
    9-8, 5 4, 6.4. and 12-4
    3-4 Birdse
    A general assortment
    Damask Table Linen
    3 4, plain Pantaloon Stuf
    5-4 bleached and
    3-4 dyed fanc
    4-4 and 3-4 brown
    Imitation grass
    Also-Some Londou dress
    Wail st, the lo
    1509 pieces I a 1 Ilb. h
    ton B
    35 bales 36 a 40 inch B
    15 bales Osnaburgs, in
    17 bales Crequillas, B
    10 bales Canvas Paddin
    general assortment
    1000 coils Hale Itope, va
    3500 lbs. superior qual
    Seine, Sewing
    200 pieces
    1301 hds Kentucky Tobacc
    fine and suitab
    50 bales Kentucky Tob
    40 bales St Domingo T
    20,000 IHavanaSegars, v
    SIIowell Works Company,
    near Beekman street, hav
    son, and are now constant
    extensive addition
    HOLLOW WARE-Of every
    for this and the South
    WOOD SCREWS-Iron and B
    prices less tha
    SAD IRONS-Assorted. in c
    SS"LU WEIGHTS-100 tons
    20 Ins., which are offered f
    and upon the most favor
    tion ofSOUTHERN ANDO
    vited to the above assortm
    posed of about 1000 to
    10,000 gross WOOD SCREW
    assortment ever offered
    H N. PECK & CO. 130 Fro
    RUSSIA DUCK-150 bolts
    androff; 300 do I)Dmetry
    XII an Ivan Serikoff; 10
    IMPER IAL DUICK--350 bolt
    450 do Nos.
    FINLAND DUCK-200 bolts
    RAVENS DUICK-100 piece
    heavy and stout ; 400 do
    CANVAS-20Odo N
    SIIHEETING--I150O do. Russi
    ed ; 200 d
    SCOTCH RAVENS-300 do

    Via Camoide and Amboy and
    Rait foad,, at
    (Except Sundays--on Sunda
    S The Pilot. Lin
    running on Thursd
    ing pier No. 2. N.
    o'clock, noon, by searrb
    thence by Camden and A
    ladelphia Rail Roads, arr
    7 o'cl )ck, P. M.
    The United States Mail
    every day. at 5 o'clock, P.
    Southern Mail, arriving i
    ning. Fare
    All baggage at the
    a4 W .. R.

    WINTERt .tt.l-

    FOR THEE f

    Will leave Chandler's IT
    at 4 o'cl
    PASSENGERS by this Line
    at the office, No. 73 Cou
    I-eave for Newark. the eve
    Road Cars, there take Pos
    town Newton, Milford, Taf
    Montrose, Owego,
    EI:-All Baggage at the ri
    their particulars,en
    .1. J. ROY & C
    m6 B. M
    DAILY, (Sunda

    Willleave Chandler's H No
    Passengers by this .ine w
    thle office No. 73 Courtl
    leave lbr Newark the even
    Road Cars, then take pos
    field, Chatham, Bottle Hil
    Chester, Schooly's Mounta
    Ington, and arrive in Ea
    Leave Easton e Jery day
    o'clock, A. M. and arrive
    Ing by the Rail Roa
    All Baggage at the risk
    particulars, enqu
    .1.. ROY & C

    FOI t?'TT.'BU
    Via Pcnt.sylvanire -

    (;F IIiLLE ,E ONCI
    Merchatits who are. int
    trade, their a tte-tion is re
    above Compnany's new li
    mnie of toiled iron, ar
    cars whliilst oin tllu Ril I
    Canal. 'lley tire fiate ai
    and goods are conveyed t
    boats in which they are p
    without any transhipmlen
    any other line. A model
    ner in which they are pas t
    rail road, can be seen at
    w'0o are now prenired to
    sengers and merc
    M cKEE & LOUDON, Age
    Corner Front-s
    N B.-For speed and safety
    stand pre donni. ate.

    FARE from Jeisuy City
    Elizabethtown 37.- : Rahi
    wilk 75 Passengers whop
    tne Ticket Offices, recei
    (Every Day ex
    Leaves New-York, I
    At9 A. M.
    5 P. M.
    (Every clay, Sund
    Leaves New York,
    9 A. M.
    11 A. M.
    2 P. M.
    5 P.M.
    7 P. M.
    6 P.
    Every Night e
    Leave New-York
    At 8 and 11 P M.
    Fare in the night
    The office in New York is
    street,Inmedlately adjoin
    Iloats start punctually a
    At Newarkthe. office is at
    street, and at New Brunsw
    of the
    The Town Tracks in th
    been underlet, and Passe
    and from the Depot to me-
    ure of the trains for 6t
    On and after We
    the new and el
    ST'F.'rESMAN, Cap
    run as follows fromn Fulto
    Days excepted. Leave
    at 7 o'clock. and New Roc
    will leave New York every
    Good Stages will l)n in r
    to convey passengersto
    CAfI.)K.N A',ti raM
    For PIhilaerllphia daily,
    A. 1I.from Pier
    6 o'clock Iinel
    yi w NR. by steaboaAmb
    from thence to C
    Road, thencein steamboat
    . plhi at I o'clock, c
    Forward dockt pas2
    boat, via Rail Road to H
    Freehold by *stages--f
    ton by 64 o'clock boat,.
    Trenton $2.--Forward dec
    Fare to Perth, Sou
    All Baggage at the
    m7 .
    v', n ,a On and after
    following trip
    Lear e Quarantine. S. I
    At 8 o'clock a. in.,
    At 10 A"
    At 1 p.m.
    At 4 "
    At 6 t'
    Every fair Sunday two
    each place at every even h
    N. 11. Allpersonms are ca
    the crews of this Ferry'
    On and after Wednesday,
    STAIl, Capt. Leonard, wi
    Sunday excepted. Lea
    inug at 7 o'clock, IIallett'
    venswood at8 o'clock. Re
    at half-pas
    Leave Flushing every af
    o'clock, Hallet's Cove, a
    venswood at half
    Leave New-York every a
    tE--NOTICE-The Flushin
    for the reception of Baard
    duced price.
    _____ On and after T
    steamboat STATES
    Peck, will run as
    York from Fulton Market
    ce'ted, at l.alfpast 3 o
    IReturning. leave Glen
    quarter before 7. New Roc
    til fourth
    NB. Stages will be in re
    the boat at Glen Cove to
    ram and O
    Fare through. 75 cents
    aris The steamboat S
    Coarles Peck, will exte
    places, every Tuesday.
    leaving New York at half
    turning, will leave Ovst
    nesday, and Friday -nornin
    and Peacock's Point at a
    Commencing on Tuesday,
    AND ST
    ^ n a On and after Thu
    the well known
    CAN EAGLE, Capta
    will leave the pier east
    every afternoon, Snndays
    Returning, leave Stamford
    Rocky Neck at half past 6
    fore 7. and Mamaroneck at
    Alex. Seiignette Brandy i
    Otard, Dupuy & o, in
    Alex. SeignetteCh
    S Coi *aiA. brand, ir n ha
    7Orvis' Chai
    Iredin, An
    Prestwick, in p
    Chateau Margaux, in bo
    table use, direct impor
    j19 A. SE
    200 pcs AA &All wide a
    300 do Uinty & logan,
    250 do UX and I ri
    200 do DmIltry and Bit
    400do common
    250 do wide arid narr
    200 do brown Imp
    150 do Impe
    600 do heavy a
    200 do stout Rav
    milO0 BAKEWELL
    DRIY (4(OI)S--F. S. SCII
    Sat 56 Pi
    Hosiery, a large and co
    mens while, black and
    half Hose, and means
    Gloves, Line
    Linens,brown and Iliel
    Sheetings, 5-4 and 6-4
    Table Cloths. slnnprinr

    The first class cop
    Capt Fuller, 300 tons
    ry about 4500 bri ls. Is in e
    really for a voyage i
    J30 HENRY H
    The superior copper
    & ed brig OCEANUS, Tor
    about 3600 brls. in fine o
    load. A
    The superior copper
    schooner DAVID PRATT
    tons. A
    The fast sailing b
    ; Thoits, master, 900 br
    spatched immedi
    J2 JO
    Tie fast sailing copp
    BERLAND, Darling, mas
    -built at Brookhaven in 1 o
    rials, has a inew suit of
    order for any v
    J? JOH
    -. FOR SALE, F
    The ship COWPER, 39
    repaired in a th
    months since, carries abo
    en qu
    J4 PETE
    The superior copper fa
    STERLING, Chase,mast
    J2 NESMITH &
    The fast sailing cl
    PROVIDENCE, Jacobs,
    329 t I E N RY CA
    The new copper fast
    timore schoo ;er HE
    8(00 blrls.
    J3 E. W
    The very fast saili
    & JANE, Brown, master,
    1400 brls. is newly copper
    for any voya
    A neat little sloop
    but three mconthis
    throughout carries with
    12 persons at the same t
    by two. Her swiftness h
    any boat of her length i
    sails and rigging are li
    order; to ensure entire s
    cylinder under each seat
    tanks for Iresh water. A
    lshimp Louis Phillipe, foot
    boat can he seen

    I A very fast sailing
    & 150 tons burthen. in g
    to close a con
    J30 GEO.

    A very superior copp
    pered barque of 300 t
    found- she would be excha
    or 1600 bss bu
    The superior coppe
    & GUSTAVUS, 95 tons o
    years old, well found in
    J2 GEiO. W
    FOR S
    The very superior
    & ADAMS, Martin,inaster,
    fastened and coppered,
    sails very fast, has a su
    13'2, well found and will
    further partic
    j2 D H. ROBERTON,
    The superior coppe
    .GRTANGE. 192 tons, a
    brls. 4 years old. sails fa
    water; wasbuilt uf the bes
    excellent ordes. Apply c
    The fast sailing copp
    GALI, burthen 155t t
    thoroughly overhauled an
    vembel, sails are nearly n
    be sent to sea at a trifli
    Ing'syard, Broo!;tyn
    J31w W01Oi )ULL& M
    W.\ NTD'ID
    Four vessc,s. from 15
    & take coal from Pictou
    i2 J. & BRI

    A good Brig, of 190 to
    deck, for a return ca
    dies. A
    A good Veu .el of25 tn t
    James Rivel :'or a Aor
    J29 RICHAR R
    A small Hi-' or Sch
    omonly, to the \Ves
    J9 OODE &
    A Vessel i ,bout 180
    ob-go ofyellov 'ine timb
    from Wilmington,
    328 5t HENRI uV. OO
    A good co; ; er fast
    tons. not dr,,wvling o
    loaded. She must ',e In
    well in all the city c ice
    of this description, i.d w
    J3 S S. CLAR
    A LOUBAT, 73 W..1-str
    SCORDIALS- cases
    BRANDY FRUl' :--1
    ANN1ZE'TE--51 .) bask
    CHAMPAGNE--!I 0 do v
    sALTUS & CO. off, r for sal
    sers at 32 S
    Ashes-15 br
    Axes-200 dozer
    Anchors-50.0 Ar, iiors.
    Boiler Iron--300 i ns
    Cordage-1500 c. :
    Chain Cables--l: I Chain
    Cotton--100 bal
    Dundee Cotton I'
    English Rolled
    Flue Iron--Philh.;ielphia
    the New OrlI
    Hides-A small
    IIorns-A small o
    Iron-500 tons A:.ieric
    Jute Hemp--100 .
    Lead--850 pig
    Matts, made frori J
    Nails-501S 0 kegs
    Oakum-20O b
    Rope-1000 coils ,tale R
    Steel-20 boxes 1
    Tin--100 bo
    Twine-15 bales
    Wool-A smali
    Zinc-8 casks G, nmanZ
    1500 boxes,500 half an
    1000 boxes Bloom :i 'd 3
    250 casks and 150 'c a
    500 qr. casks Ma
    t20 indian bbls
    1000 boxes low pri
    200 casks do Sun
    j30 65 Wall
    ROBINSON & WAi:D, 143
    R sa
    25 hampers Junkllottles
    100 kegs Saltpetre; 25 b
    Lamp Oil, winter ail: su
    Linseed Oil, Eng
    50 baskets
    Druggists Glassware,
    Gum Shellac, or
    3:)00 lbs. Pulveriz
    10 bags
    Lamp Black, Engl
    75 boxes L
    200 gross Lucifer Matc
    k BELL, MARTIN & CO. 45
    and offer on very
    300 pieces extra he
    500 do prime ful
    500 do common d
    1000 do light Bagging
    1000 coils Bale Rops, of v
    190 bales Twine, 2 and 3
    Also-Burlaps, Hessians,
    Pieces superior qual
    50 bales superior
    00 pieces lig
    IsO bolts h
    20 tons Co
    2 tons damaged H
    S liver Shellac. 20 bags bl
    dry Verdigris; 10 cases r
    fined Sal Ammon
    WM. HALS
    j29 181 Water
    Spuns Rum, f r
    208 hhds. Sugar, 58 pun
    68 hhds Sugar, f
    20 do Sugar from brig
    and for
    j29 BE
    bags He
    150 do superior w
    80 bales Wil
    5 tons Nica
    4 casks superi
    8 do Sal Soda
    j29 FITCH & C
    I sale-- -
    Whale Oil-5000 galls crud
    Sperm Candle Wicking-200
    Sperm Candle Paper-100 b
    Sperm Can dles-30 boxes
    Cigars-30,000 g
    Whale Bone--15.00
    Scales-A r.n.stant ollln