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SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13.
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The LvstntcrKTStATBS op the Creole.?The
leading Southern journals arc out in full choi isfoi
a War with Great B.ilain, in ca>c -he does not
di-claim the-conduct of the. authorities at Nassau.
N. F. and deliver up the slave* who mastered the
brig Creole and took her into that port, where they
obtained h recognition of their freedom. Now it
ma) be that Britain will surrender the actual mu?
tineers to our Government, and it may be that -tie
will not, hut act on the principle laid down by Guv.
Marcy'in p-fu,ing ti surrender Wrn. L. Mackenzie
:?> the Candida authorities on a charge of mail-rol -
ben : Gov. M. took the ground that the civil 01
criminal offence charged was blended with or grew
out uf the political attitude of insurrection, and that
he could not give up the fugitive. Such, wo be?
lieve. 1ms been tba uniform rule of our Federal and
Smte authorities. Shall we be able to brine Gre?:
Britain to acquiesce in similar d emu rids from us to
those we havp refused when preferred by her '?
Perhaps we may t but in regard to the slaves who
?were not personally conc.crnod in the revolt, there
is no perhaps in the case : England wi.l assuredly
never give tbem up, even though bei resistance
should involve her in a twenty years' war with half
the wot Id. In the eyes of her Government, her
People, and her institutions, their race is precise!)
the same as though an Algerine or Moorish vessel,
with a crew of twenty Turks or Arabs conveying
one hundred and fifty Christian slaves, had been
captured by her cargo and carried into a British
port. 'Slaves cannot bteatho in England;' the
chainn of bondage fall from the limb.- which havo
once pressed her soil. Theolaims of the two slave
dealers who bad freighted the ('reoln Hie prepos?
terous in her eyes: ?he will neither give up th-ii
human chattels nor pay a farthing fot them. If our
Government should seriously demand either, it will
be told, ars by Lord Palmerston in regard to the
Right of Starch on the Slave Coast, that " Hi i
Majesty's Government have decided" the point,
and, as by Lord Aberdeen iu regard to the seme
matter, " it is fur the American Government
atone to determine what may be due to a just re?
gard/or ilx National dignify."?Such is the ac?
tual posture of this matter: we have aimed to state
it plainly, not to argue it.
While we cannot but regard with concern this
multiplication of serious issues with Great Britain?
presuming that an isstto shall be made by us on this
oast?tliete is one aspect in which we view it with
complacency. The Sonth has long been endeavor?
ing to fascy Great Btitnin her natural ally against
the rapacity, monopoly, and especially thefanttti
cismof the North.' aud the forty-bale theorists
whose Nucleus is Mr. Calhoun liavo been assid -
ously fostering the impression, w ith a view to more
intimate sympathies and associations. Whcthei
we have war or peace with Great Britain, this
Creole affuir will exert a most salutary influence
on ull the region below Mason ?V: Dixon's line.?
Let it lmveits free course; for, while we shall de?
plore the day when tins country is involved in a
foreign war in support or vindication in any way of
Slavery, we shall rejoice to see the South awakene I
to a nearer and clearer perception of the advan?
tages of a Home Market, of Home sympathies,
Hnd, where the necessity obvieutly is forced on us,
of a Hour. LEAGUE.
ViK.ii.MA ?The House of Delegates on Tuesday
rejected a proposition to relieve tie- Banks from tin
payment of 12 percent, interest on any notes which
they shall refuse to redeem in specie, by u vote of 65
to sit). No s:gns of Resumption yet.
Moke Repudiation.?A public meeting ha
been held in Washington County, Indiana, and
.(Mother in Shelby CouHty, at ench of which rcso'
lutions were passed expessing the opinion of tin
meeting to be, that the Legislature should refus?
to pay all State bonds for which the State lind i o
received u boim fide consideration.
EF The Indiana Journal of the 20th ttlt men?
tions the death of Thomas Jefperson Evans,
for a long nine Member of the Legislature of thai
Stute, and in lliil!' candidate for Congress at i
Goti. Howard, He died on the 13th ult- a: Bur?
GCF The South is beginning to understand her
true interests. The Richmond Whig and Savan
nah Republican are ardent and efficient in advo?
cating the Protection of American interests against
foreign policy and British domination.
KJ* We leant that a new Daily paper will shortly
be established in this City under the patronage ol
the Catholics, und edited by one who has been
prominent in the support of their School claim
It will not. we believe, take any direct part in
Polities, but will labor to elevate the chat acter ol
the Catholic body, by the diffusion of Moral,
Literary und Scientific intelligence. Price 1'.'
cents a week.
eCF Mi. Jarei> Stakks deiner? the last of its
Lectures in this ci.'y This Evening at the Taber?
nacle. Th? subject is a most interesting one_
The Combined Operations ol" the American and
r'r?nch Armies during the War of the Revolution.
I he Lecture has not been delivered before.
Kf* (!. G. Poster, late of the St. Louis Pennant,
?- about to take charge of a ' Native American"
pa] ei in New-Oileans.
Goon.?The Bank of Louisiana a: New-Orleans
has resumed Specie Payment.
wits Directions fors vi.^t, r,">.b,j> *. OweBook;
edse. and harm* it a, coJLi, HP!; Acquiring Know!
of no anpropriaf. ffift hfe,by xaeana
By BE^ aGcen^,^,^^^ Naaaeitcal Key.
We have examined this work, and find it excel?
lently adapted to its purpose. A Diarv or Flaca
booVou it,i principles would ritaina v,? nmwmt
ui facta er.evencs ,? lhc tmedl. ? w
.nailer- ?i Waebinsrto-s.
Tb. Editor of ilm P-?P? 'eturned 0? Tatf*'
oight from a few day. of observation and tn
qoiry in Washington. The impressions imbibed
during bis brief sojourn at the Federal Metropolis
have been freely communicated from day to day
through his letters. The general results of his
inquiries arc the following conclusions:
I. There is now rather more probability that
some plan of Finance and Currency, based on the
President's suggestion", will be adopted at this
Session than that one will not. Its character will
probably undergo material transformation, either
in Commif.ee or i:i the House. Tne power to
discount or purchase Bills of F-xrhange will proba?
bly be stricken out. The great difficulty will be to
so designate and constitute the Board of Control,
(or whatever it may be termed.) as to add nothing
to the power and patronage of the President. On
this |>oint. many Whig Members are. inflexible, and.
if not conceded, they will reluctantly vote against
II. There is good hope that a thorough ex*
nminatiun of the ordinary Ksponditures of the
Government--Salaries, Fees. .tc.?will be made
at this Session, with a view to the Retrenchrn tnt
of any and every expenditure that may be cur?
tailed without injury to the Public Service. If
any offices are found unnecessary, they will most
certainly be cut or!'. An excellent and determined
Committee has this subject specially in charge
and the temper of the House is good. The; point
j of mo-t difficulty is the reduction of the pay of
Members of ( ingress. Many consider that they
\ have less now than is paid to public, servants i;i
I any other capacity requiring equal talent and in?
volving cpial responstbility, apart from thefact that
they are so irregularly employed us to det inge
any business they may have without paying them
for more thin a third of their time. There is force
in these suggestions; yet we are confident that h
reduction of their compensation t? the bate co>t of
economic living in Washington?say $25 to $40
per week?would tend greatly to reduce the length
and the incidental Cost of the Sessions, and improve
the character of the Houses, by leu'- im: out n.-edy
young professional men who are injured by being
taken from their business and se.-,t to Gongri is at
any price, and replace them by men of greatut
experience and tnaturcr judgement, who are noi
distracted by private cares, and to whom the ['ay
would be no object. We earnestly hope that a
reduction will be made, and that the Mileage will
at any rate be cut down one-half. It would then
be higher, in view of the greatly improved means
I of communication, than the present rates were
III. The Departments of War and the Navy
! call urgently for largely increased appropriations.
: in order that the Country may be placed in h
thorough posture of defence. Tue general impres?
sion that o-u Foreign Relations arc in so critical a
j condition thut ample preparations for War are the
only sure conservators of Peace, will induce Con
! gress to accede measurably to these demands, but
probably not to their full extent.
IV. The supposed alienation of many Whig
Members from President Tyler will rarely induce
them to vote against his Fiscal project. On the
coutrary, many w hose dissent from bis course is
most decided are among the meet earnest advo?
cates ol adopting some measure based on the Pre?
sident's proposition. Indeed, it is evident that, il
personal considerations wote to overrule, the re?
jection of his plan would strengthen the President
more than its well-considered adoption.
j V. Tho Tariff will probably be somewhat im
! proved at this Session, though not half what the
' interests of the Country require. The Compro
: mise Act provides that duties alter July next be
j based upon the value of the imported articles it.
' this Country : thi-.' can only be carried into consist
I ent and beneficial effect by ascertaining and set
: tling the average Home Value of Iron, Sugar, Silk,
j Arc. and making the duty specific on that
\ amount. For instance, if the average value in this
Country of pig iron is found to be thirty dollars a ton
let the duty invariably be twenty pur cent, on ilia:
amount, or $6 per ton?and so throughout. We
hope this will be done, but do not feel assured ol
it. More we hardly expect this Session.
VI, The Lund Distribution bill will not !>?? re?
pealed, nor will the Bankrupt Law*. It tiny at
tcmpt is made on either, it will only be for effect
elsewhere. An effott will be made tu subject Bunk
to a Compulsory Bankrupt Law?we hear, without
Vit. A vast number of Private Claims against
the Government have been suffered to accumulate
hroughout tne last ten years?many of them pre?
posterous, but many, again, founded in the clearest
justice, and the postponement of which is a griev
ous and inexcusable wrong. We ure confident
that they will be investigated and settled at thi
\ present Session.
Uev. Mr. Knapp.? flic slander suit against
this gentleman has not been withdrawn. The
origin of the difficulty was as follows: Mr. Knapp,
' in the co-srse of a sermon nguinst Dmversalism
i asked if any person present knew a Universalis!
who prayed in bis ?n ily. A lady rose and said
? Yes.' The next evening Mr. Knapp nude the
' observations upon this lady or her family fot which
the slander suit has been brought.
PlRE.?The building No. 39 Fulton-St. Brook?
lyn, the upper pan occupied by J. Vunaudcn os a
printing-office, and the lower by Prince & Gu?
j as a paiiit-st->re, was destroyed by rite yesterday
' morning. The adjoining building was somewhat
injured. The whole loss, however, was covered
iCf An affray occurred at Grand Gulf; Miss, on
the 17th ult. between Peter Massey and Orris
Smith, in which the latter was killed. Massey
was acquitted ots his examination, on the ground
that he acted in ?elf defence.
DCP On the -23d ultimo, while Mr. Prevost of
, Opelousas, La. was examining his gun, it went
oft", lodging the charge in the limbs of his wife,
who has since died from the injurv.
?XT The puint-shop of John Dawee at Eastoa.
I Pa. was butr.cd en the 10th inst. Loss, $800.
j JJT Alex Welsh, lone known as the host of the Ten
rapin Lunch, corner ot" Broadway anlsnnst having be
com? a member ol* the \Va>h:?ctoa Tr-nperauce Socirtv
has abaidonej his old stand?the reibe? cf Alcoholic
; drink.- being inconsistent with his pnncip'o. We have
hcarS that be contemplates opening a spacious and con
1 veaieut Temperance Saloon, in a central part of the city
inclndm; s Reading Room, a Hall for Society Meeting?
? Refreshment Rooms, Ac We hope he wiil rind eccour
? ayeineut to undertake this enterprise in which -.be best
i wisse? of the philanthropic will attend him.
Dr. LarJnrr\ Ninth Lectnre.
Dr. I.ardner cetxunetsced his lecture at Niblo's
last even-.a? bj starjog that the models which were
in preparation to enable him the better to illustrate
some additional points connected with steam nav-i
in were not jet completed : they are models of
the machinery to be employed on board the steam
frigates Missouri ar.d. Mississippi, nowj build:.-::. '
! and their preparation wa? a ma'.t?r of more difficul
, tv than had h-en anticipated At some future time
they will be represented, and. in the meanwhile, I
: ask your attention to a few remarks upon the gen
! era I topic.
The subject of river navigation, so far as a com?
parison of what has been dene in England and the
United States can *x? made, is of considerable mo?
ment. The question of navigating rivers by steam
vessel* in England is dtffert nr from whil it i- here,
and one striking point of difference is found in the
superior swiftness of your boats. Indeed. England
has none of those vast sireams which afford a cban
; nel for navigation in this country.
I The Thames, one of the longest lire* of steam
river navigation in that country. partak-s more of
the character of the soa than of a river, and in the
portion near its mouth to so great an exten: i? this
true that the boats you u-e upon th?* Hudson
would l>* scarcely admissive there. The upper
portion of the river, indeed, would admit swift
bouts to oe navigated on its surface; but so ti-o
rougbly on*mifted upon Uo* minds of the people
are the habits ar.d the prejudices in favor of sea
steam navigation, that river boats are almost un?
known. In form and genera! character the boats
! used upon th- Thames and upon the Clyde, which
for a Ion; time has been navigated by -team.
; closely resemble these of sea-go ng vessels. Sui h
; boats as wc see ut-or-. the North and Kit-t Rivers
are iiuite unknown there. The Knri'-h do nor
: make u?e of long cylinders, noe uf the expansive
power of -team; in these respect.-, and in other
' principles of con iderublc-importance, the Engli.sfc
boats differ widely fiom those of the I a tf i Statt =.
Sjtrtc years ago the question ol swift river navi?
gation was raised i? England, and attracted the
general attention of Ln"in-era ami practical men.
Can ti ti ivigalion was then used solely for the trans
poi ation of merchandize?the boats beine drawn
by hot?? nt. the rute of soimc three or four miles
an hour. An attempt was made upon a chiiuI be?
tween Edinburgh und Glasgow to transport pas?
sengers iti boats drawn like tit? others by horses,
uut at. a much greater speed than was ever known
. before. The r-sults ol this experiment gave rise
to the discovery and develojscment of a principle
new to scientific men, and of vast importance :n
river navigation, both in its theory and practice;
affording one of many instances of how important
a ran accident often plays in the developement ol
j The principle that governs the resistnnceofbodics
J moving through the water hid long been known
, and classed among tiie settled laws of physics
prior to the time of Newton. I he principle is
: this- if a body pass through the cater it suffers
a certain resistance, owing to the displacement of
i the fluid, which increases with the speed of the
body. Other things being equal, dotilding the ve
: locity will produce a four-fold resistance a tripe
velocity will eive a ninefold resistance: a quu
. druple velocity increases the resistance to sixteen,
I ?fcc. This principle is mathematically expressed
; by the rule that the resistance of a body moving
i through a fluid increases as the square of the vel >
lhis principle was rccetvedby all natural philo
i sophcrs without doubt for it long while, until the
; period to w hich I allude. A course of experiments
' was then commenced upon this subject by a young
( philosopher named Russell. He observed that
: some bouts upon the canal to which 1 have made
Bllusion, run with a speed which upon the pricci
: p!?-s just la-d down would seem to he impracticable.
? After attaining, for instance, a velocity of seven
! miles an hour the resistance according to tbisprin
1 ciple would be forty-nine limes as great as when the
j boat was going o.iernile an hour t tl is would -etui
! to reml.-r its progress quite impossible. From ibis
; circumstances Rit-r-'-ll was lod to suspect a fallacy
in tne rule laid down, since he could not believe
that the resistance increased in that enormous pro
| portion. He thereupon instituted e. seres of ? ?:
! penmen's in some of which 1 was myself joined
i with tiitn and can therefore speak with certainty
cot.rning thern. We put swift horses to a small
' iron skiff and found that so long ns the boat went
foi ward at the rate of live miles an hour the horses
evidently worked with great difficulty and labor.?
But when their speed reached ten. twelve and even
fourteen miles nn hour, the only difficulty with the
horses was to keep up their speed; in a great
measure they were relieved from the labor of
drawing the boat. We were immediately con?
vinced that this was a fact which w as quite con
trary to the theory of Newton thnt the resistance
was in proportion to the square of tin- velocity,
i In searching for the causes of this phenomenon
our first suspicion was that upon reaching n certain
speed the boat rose out of the water: the draught
was le-s at u high than a low rato, and that the re?
sistance was therefore loss. Although the genera
rule hehl good until the boat's speed retielied
about seven miles an hour, when it went hoy .ml
that it failed. More resistance was destroyed !>y the
elevation of the bout out of water than wus acquired
by the increased velocity. This wo te.:,-,| by plac?
ing in a hole in the bottom of the boat a perpendic?
ular glass tube, in which, by the common princi?
ples of hydrostatics, the water would rise to u level
with that outside the boat. This of course would
measure the draught of water. We lound that
when the speed rose beyond seven miles an hour
he gauite fell, the water is the tui-o s.mk unlit the
column was very small, thus showing the draught
of water was very light. Tin* will account fur the
wondrous speed attained by setne of your river
boats; the engine has power sufficient to give the
oout speed enoug i to tender the resistance very
But this elevation of the heat is not the only nor
perhaps the principal cause of the diminished re?
sistance. Another effect has been since observed
by RusseiL When a hont moves through still
water, a wave is raised at the how. which spreads
out obliquely to the two adjacent shores. This
wave oi body of water increases in althu io until
a certain speed is attained, wtie.ii the huat passes
ovur and leaves it behind. It seems that there t?
a certain -peed which this wave is capable uf at?
taining, but beyond which it cannot go. When
ibis ts reached, there's no head of water in front
to obstruct the m-tion of the boat: and here we
see anotht realise of the fact discovered by Russe!
The pra ties! effect of this discovery was the es?
tablishment of boats for passengers, which wen: at
the tale ol about ten miles an Hour on several of
the great canals?on that between Kdinburgh and
Glasgow, and one betwoen Lancastei and Preston.
These moved at the same rate of speed as the mail
coaches, and their cheapness was a weighty re?
el mmendarion. They carried pa*-enit?rs t?n miles
an hour at uae quarter of the price of railways,
which go at a_n average rate of twenty-five miles an
It would be expected that in the application
steam iiver navigation, swift boats would be
adopted at leas.t ia those countries which had
lar^e rivers?upon the Ruine, for instance, which
is navigable for a great distance from its rnouts?
i as far as Basle in Switzerland. But the same gene
i ral form for their boats was adopted here as in Eng
i land: so also with tuose upon Lake Geneva, the
i Swiss ami Italian Lakes. The Danu&e has re
! ceatly been navigated by steam, and here also the
j Br:ti?h models are adopted.
Dr. Lardner here closed this part of his lecture,
j ar.d proceeded to the consideration of some paints
in Astronomy not before mentioned. A Report of
1 this portion of bis lecture we are obliged to deter
: intil Monday. The lecture this evening is to com
; mecce at buif past tJ o'clock, instead of half p.s.-t
j 7 as heretofore.
Bowsnv AMPBiTHiiTHE.?Aa ur.asual diversity of eo
. te ta nme o is erf red here to night, well calculated to
? please all classes, old aad youae. This place coatleUf-s
I crowdsd nightly with aud eoces who by their !ou- ..u
i dits, appear to appreciate toe generous cntlay made by
! the managers for ?e prauscatioa of tie public
CCF The Mail from Washington had not arrived
a: Philadelphia when the train left for ibis city.
E7" The Steamboat Belie left this city on TTmrs
dav atVrnoon a; about 4 o'clock P. M., but was
soon forced bv tbe storm to anchor under the lee
of Hart's Island. At about ten she dragged her
anchor, which was cast in a new p a:c. The ca?
ble soon parted, as did that of the second anchor.
The machinery was set in morion, but the tiller
ropes nave wav. arid the boat was driven at the
raercy of the winds, and went ashore it salt" past
ten. She continued to vriihstand a most furious
s*?a unti; half pa-t one. when she sprung a leak
and soon filled ??::!; water. The passengers, crew
and freight are all saved. During the whole, the
Captain acted with creat coolness and discretion,
and the crew with promptitude and vigor. A
meeting of the pas*e-i??>rs >vas h-ld yesterday
morr.in-r. and resolutions complimentary to the
Cap-ait; and crew adopted.
Florida.?The ApaJachtcoIa Journal ol the
27th ult. states that the Captain of the ship Plume,
from Kev West, report* that Lieut. McLaugWin
bad captured seventy-five India-? oh New River,
the news of which had reached Roy West before
he left, and v as credited there.
Fk >m Jamaica.?Latei dates from Jamaica have
been received a: tbe Exchange Reading-Room.?
There is no ;? intical news oCgcncral interest The
.' i: aica II msc of Asscnibl- convened on the 2.1 of
November. Tbo following extracts from the Gov?
ernor's Message may be interesting :
??hi- expected tiro in the approaching season;
onr s'npie exports will considerably exceed those
of late years
" The Silk Company and 'tie Coppet Mine ('.?n
patiy are proceeding with favorable projects.
?? Cotton has been produced sufficiently to show
that, if i: were not excluded by devotion to iHore
valuable articles e: by insufficiency of labor. it
mii'h". become an additional source of prosperity.
?? The cultivation of r?baeco on a large scale, is
about to commence;"
?? The relations between employers and laborers
appear to have arranged themselves on die natural
basis of mutual interests."
" Flic want of t ontinuoUs labor is still complained
of in some district*, but not so generally as hereto
" The t-ri.eral good conduct and orderly habit- of
toe people, and their improved feeling toward theil
employers, ate ju.-r grounds for unqualified con?
Me si-ii s ates tint some of the importations ol
emigrants fu>m Great Britain and Ireland bavt
done well, and some the reverse. He has. als.:
placed a r- -Tu tit upon the indiscriminate im?
portation of European omigrants, and tire?ses the
encouragement of emigration ot free Airicuns trorr
Sierra Leslie, under the belief that Africe.n? ate
the only successful laborers in that climatB;
Zj* A National Agricultural Meeting took place
ia the Hall of the House of Representatives a
Washington on Wednesday, at 4, P. M. It wai
numerously attended by Members ot Congress
and many enter prizing Agriculturists from varioui
States. It was also cheered by the presence of i
brilliant rirelc of ladies
Hon. JaMej M. Garsett, of Virginia, was ap
pointed President; Senator Linn of Missouri
Hon. Edmund Doborry ot Norm Carolina. Josepi
'i des Esf| of the District ot' Columbia, Dr. .lame:
VV. Thompson of Delaware, Benjuiniii V. Frencl
Esq. of Massachusetts, and -lame* S. Gilford o
Illinois, Vice Presidents; J. F. Call.ui of the Dis
trict of Columbia, and R. K. Hornet of New-Jet
A Committee of Fight wa? appointed to prepare
a Consiitution for tbe Society, which wa- reported
amen.led. and adopted.
The President delivered an Address on taking
? the Chair.
One of the beneficial objects intended, beside thi
improvement tn Agriculture, by triis Society, i?, b;
ihr? aid ot' Government. Civil. Military and Nava
officers abroad, to obtain foreign seed*, roots, fruit
j ami other articles, through our Consuls and olhe
Government officers, which may he useful atii
valuable to out farmers in different parts of thi
i United States. [Phil I". S. Gaz.
Abslitiom ?To petition or not t-> petition, that is tii
rpicstion; whether the lo o I obi dames of our Northen
States and their duti ul husbands shall time the privilefj
of petitioning Congtesa for tin: suppression of Slavery
seems to If a very troubb - -tn ? -|ue-i ion. ami one um 11K
ly to be very easily setll rd. The chivalrj of the South i
proverbial, hat they la k ronieihiegof discretion in the!
hitter ah : | ersev,opji .silii a to the right ot" petilio
on tin. a- any other subject. Every session of our Na
tional Le-fisli tun- hringa up tin; old contentions, am
M it- ely arc tie-- meinbars .11 ,li ir seat-, before the moot
ini; of tins vexed iju slion sr. Let those who hav
thi! abolition of -Slavery so much at heart, send:each o
? iho Southern members a box ol Shermaa's Camphor Lo
1 zenge?; thoysre wonderful soothers, f thi" nervous s>*
lean, and undo :!, e :l? won'.! make tli'in view the stb
1 jfet llior.-ib-pa,-i"iiai. |v, and perhaps jioltl their -ton
opposition to tbe wishes of their Northern brethren.?
Sherman's Lozenges have done as itranse thioga before
they have cured many ol consumption in a few week.
. and thousai ds of 1 ?>!.: ? and :oug ? 1:1 a fee hours, and ar.
j -old at 1' 'I N ???.vi .t. and bv In. agei t- 110,373, --nd 151
Broadway, 186 Bowery 77 East Broadway,1221 Bki-cker
2S7 Hudson st, Ftusbton a Aspiswall's three stores, 51
ani 139 Fulton street. Brooklyn.
Tut Right or Search.?Ureat Britain, day nf.er day
in the African Seas is exer isingaa Aristocratic tjrraauj
over America i vessels, nn.i-r ibe assumed privilege o
Slave-hunting, disregarding ill the courlesie* due to thi
Star-Spangled Banner .of our glorious and unalienabh
liberties. Toe President in his recent Messsge prope-l*
e pi this violation of rights and positively elaim? th.
exerci'e of those powrr- coaferred on luml'y'ihe couutrj
: io rcsisliog such aggressions. It is folly to conceal thi
'act, but the right of search is not claimed by Engten?
. alulae. She is opposed by an equally ob.-lioate pow.-i
who claim, tin- priv.legc, not cer *.ti.ly of searching ves
' ?ei-, but men, women ?".d children, all sexes, siz*-s,co?
lors sod tribes?a search that w ill diseorer the germs ol
l-?tb ml!;.; iiuiiiiu frame, ar.-iuj whether froai, lorn
! neglect or recently acquired pain, in the .ides, col I
Mtbmas, coughs, catarhs re.ultini' from uoxiou- vspurs
damp b et. exposure ia sto-piy weatiicr..sudilen trau-iliot
from heat to cold, aod tin. authority is irresistible. Nt
interference of Congress car, cause its subm ?wa. Then
Is only one who cau boldly face th-; earmy of mmkis-:
generally?that o..e ia Hoar ouini Tandy I His power u
omnipotent!.;. sea and land, bis searching powers uncon
.r-ila1;-. fc:s aetboriTtv ar binary, b u-ivilt-ge? universal
Ties is the ?ul. r:2rt ofscarch iliat can be practiced witi:
justiei s,i.i .-u :cessaiod,i .c rcudczvouVfbr rtcrui's for thi,
service is at .arty li-e Divi-i in iL, where multitude* ar*
; hourly curdled at Pease A Son's.
ET No Ch-irr': n ul the H or is restored.?Beat's Han
K';*tor:itivi! is ii..w ii.-iuc appiied ti overSOl) persons or
' the above tersns. at No. ol Cedar sL Also forsslei prist
$3aad$*. Aceat 'or Utica, J-m-s Ingol?. i Boiras'i
-ouarc: Auburn.8 K-a-ii l<y ? Pougbkeepsia, P.Rivbt
er i K--hit.-ter. Win. Piiktii : Alhanv, H. Raw|e? A Co.;
Was. Ware; VViimioftoa, N. C^ KeesviL'e, N. V . Wru
II. Safford. _
IT" Wjlj.wtth i'>'...i>j .* still iae generalappreben
! sion. Every >-ar seems to a-'.l to the trouble, and dtlfl
I eulties between the t?o N tioas The North Eastern
Bo iadary isstill in dispute' the Canada frortier is dis
i qaisted by ai w hunhngs ar.d cutrsi--,; the dfsiructios
f 1 ' ? r> ma.e- ii.i it >t:-;l f'.r . aud our Ureeor
Territory is in Bnti-ti possession ; ur.w. on the back of al
j these cnii 'a of quarrel com-; the aircravstin* Right ol
j Seirch and the terrible Slave-Case of the Creole. What
is to be done ' Haw can so many alarming i-sues be
peaceably closed up ' Mast we resort to the sword, and
rat age each other'? fertile ?elde and sta.u the hear'ha ol
triou-anCs with innocent blood ! Ala> for the boasted ad
vancemeat of t'ie Nineteenth Century I Why caaaat Na?
tions core th'ir ills a? readily as individeal? '? Tbousandi
are daily attacked by disease., but ?hc fit' Tiiev hav?
only to pneiurc s baa of Dr. Pen r-'. V- geuble Pit'ls.anJ
dieeass is c-mpeUcd to relkrjnish his e'rasp This in?
valuable reinedv warraated cenuiae, may be obtained at
t'ie New Medicine S ere, IC-li E.oadway". Try it y? aj.
ET How.'. Hyre-at: it- r . ...t iJaady is becoming all
. the rege, asd will soon be ia sverybodyV mouta. aod nc
I wonder, U is so i.'elieious.
Buy tt at IBroirfw-ry, ?"o n-r Howa-d. and of Pete,
I Palmer, corner B.-csidfay sad S.-cuad street, aad euro all
I your hoarsen- colds,coogrba Ac
ET We would resromm-cd io all affl -ted with Tooghs,
? Hra's?e-s?*. Ir ni--aa Ac. to >r> - leers'* American
I Cough CsttJy.r r,r s-l -.-y.r, Br-adwav. and at 1U
: Canal-st.-<-'L a?7 l-rteawirh- irerr. -2S7 Jadson street, -15
Cam rne-streer. Smith'-, cor .-r of Ku'toa aud Water
i streets, a-d Jas. W. Smith, cenrr of Ft itonanc M-dda-h
! -'.reets. Brooklyn. 8) jja u"
THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE
(or Dcermbtr 1*3.
I. .POETRY.?Lament for Ich ibod Cram?The Pre?
sence of God?The Murderer's l>e*ta-Be*???hall
we meet in Heaven.
II. . .DR. LARDNER'S Lecture? on Astronomy am. ihe
Steam Marine, re orted far The Tnbaue.
IIL. BAK.NaHV RUDUE the two teat chapters re?
ceived from England.
IV\?THS RIGHT OF SEARCH,belog aa sbetrectof
the Correspondence oa this subject between Lord
Palmer-ton and Mr. Stevenson, o'ir late Miniater
V REP0R7 of the Secretary of tha Navy.
VI *ASSOCIATIOS PLAN UF FOURIER.
VII... Abstract of the MESSAGE of ihe Goiemer of
VH .EDITORIALS,?Matters at Washington?Fresi
dent's Jlessage? Home League? Indiana?Arkan?
sas^?Tennessee, Ac Ac.
IX CORRESPONDENCE of the TRIBUNE.?Letters
fror VVashingtoa-Prceeeduiss of Cangwss
I euer from Harriaburg?Letter from Key V\ est
X ..Abstract of the REPORT of the SECRETARY ol
XL LATER FROM EUROPE?Front CHINA?For?
eign new- by the Acadia.
Xll... MISCELLANEOUS.?Extracts from Newspaper ?
?Items of News, ate *ft **?
.Mil B.tk N..t? TsS-.o. bei? a complete li-l of all the
g-od Bidk- iu th? United States.
XIV?NEW-YORK MARKETS?Country Market?
Cattle and M?nej Market.
; XV-..MARRIAGES AND DEATH5.
Torms?Two !?oliars a year; Single Copies 61 cents.
Subscription* solicited by
GREELEY x McELRATH, Ne -> I Abb st.
r Iaiatori.nl Snoieiy-s l.rrtnrcs.
SPARKS in concluding his Course of Lectures at the j
Tabernacle THIS EVcNlNU, tS.turduy, Dec. if;a.> *?ill
, eise a new Lecture, not before delivered in thie city.?
' Subject?' The combined operations of the American and
FrcBsh Armies during the War of the Revolution." To
commence at 7f o'clock. Tickets at tho door. Siegle
Ticacta ".'> l-cut?. dl-It
] Lecture).?Dr. WESTS Lectures "OatheSub
lime and Beautiful in Scripture" sriil he ecutinued To
morrow Ereniuir. in ihe Columbian Haii,2li3 Grand-street,
i Doors open aibelfpastS o'clock, exercise to commence
about 7. Admission fr>c. and a volanury collection si er
the Lecture .-odefray incidentalexpenses. dls Ii"
T Booms and Board.?Gentlemen wishinir to
engage Apartmeau end Boarding fer Hie Winter will !??
accommodated on most reasonable terms iu the uew n u
exi II ent bouse No 13 City Hail Place, not one minute's
nalk North of the Pcwi Office, and couveeieut to fcStua i
w ay. Wall and Pearl-ttreets. Those who have notyel
; nude arrangements forth* ?inter arc earnestly invited t
call before e.'sa^-iuc elsewhere, aa every etr,riwu( here
\M made to ensure ihe comfort aud satisfaction of the
irders. C2> dl! if
Mrtle? at the SiocU liirhante, D?. 1*.
j in Uelde. Und. 99 900 do. 515
tn ,i?. L'-}3'? de.b30d Ms
BO de.?3d t-s 100 Harlem R. H
15 do. Ptj do. 11}
40 do.suw '.>7jl '0 do.?10d I t:
60 do. Hd I SO do. Hi
10 do._nw 971 30 do.*l0d Hi
t!.-, do. 971130 Ho.bllid II.
? do.snw 96j 50 do. HI
>i Amer. Ex. Bh.s30d fc?250 d-. M
14' Manhattan Bk .... '"..r?l do. sl'M II
.' Rak of Am.. !U ileU do.b3J? Ut
17."> Ilk ofCom scrip s' 'l -"? : ;sl Stouiiigten K.. I'1
Farmers'Trust *3i 2Sj ?.?> do. 1H
?j.-, do. 23 ? SO do .cash ID
50 do.*31 -s" o'J do.biOds I t
50 Paterson R .13 I ..i , IW !o . 19
511 do.b3ud 31 j. IW Canton Co;.. b3 I
50 do.-tied 51 30 dc. ?30 I I '
56 L. I. R. 5<j S3 do.ed '.l |ii
100 do.slOd 5ll| do.cu;h l!>i
50 L. I. R. all 100 do. HI
225 Harlem RR. Mi i" do..aw Ml
.VI do. Mi '-5 Farm Trust. 29
15" do. Ml' 30 do .Md 29
Consult t rial mill .Money Matters.
, j Fridaw, P. AT.
j The aale? at thi Brokers' Board to-day were to a large
i .mount, loo. a c?neral decliae took place in puses. Man?
hattan Bank declined } percent. Illinois Hank 2, Delaware
j It Hudson31, Canton}, Long l-tond I. Stontagloa M.
I Farmers'Trust ]. Of Harlem upwards of 2000 shares
l wero aold, closng at UJ, a decliiie ef ? per cent.
InStatc Securities the f< elnic aninuulcd lo nbou'. B
' j panic. Iiidiiiim Sterling I! teds sold at SO, a fall of 0 per
] cent since yesterday. Dollar Bonds closed at -1|, a de
' j cliue of n| per cent; Illinois Sixei nt ?1?, a decline of 2
I j per cent. New-York Five and u Haifa declined +. Ken
1 tucky Sixes sold at 70; lha last sule wsa at 76. We are
I much surprised at this fall in Kentucky Sixes. She has
? never, we It licve, failed to pay her iutere;l promptly,
.md her finances are reported to lo; in u ?ery healthy con?
dition. At 70 her In nda pay nearly nine per cent inter
' est. For Ohio Sixes IflCO, 80 a?ai offered, e3) eskei.
j St.ita >!>?'- BO offered, '.* I atked. The coiiti?iied stricture
, en the money market, nud 'he impression that a large
amount of bonds h; j* liberated in Wall streut must be
" : thrown on i!i- market, have no doubt tended lo produce
J i 'his heavy decline iu the Western storks; and probably
I the infamous doctrine of rspudialion openly asserted N>
I some Stetes baa bad it- ? (Tact. The S erliur Bonds sold
? I ai -.Ii?cost ihr. -el.er ??'). Tlic sales exceeded $l*i,O0t'.
II S3 ei 0 N. V. ?-, 'ol. .- 000 In I. Bds . .
1 3,000 Kentu kvtii_ 70 ; 3,<"?J do . 21
$5000 III.6s. *70. S'.| 2 000 do.uw ill
? 3.0i II do. 86 I.0C0 do. .-I" Vt,
2.000 do-. 2511 1.000 do.i-lu 2.|
1 5,000 do.?5j| 1000 do. 23j
?jiHH? do.u-.v -.'".i 2,0)0 do.23i
1 3.000 do.?51 a i 00 do.83
? ITiNJO do. till S.fcOO do.S4j
i vi(sit) do.t*0 Mil 1,000 do.241
2>00 do.s60 21 20,000 do.tili
2J>0 do. SMJI S.0?9 Jo.sit)-dI
1 OOOInd.Stg. Bd. . .. vl -J.50'J t:orp. 6|ir cu ... urt
?.H.'U-ii do .. -J) lln.WS) Ala. 5a.-Um M
There is no relief in the money market. Tho street
rat.- for Arstrate -tree.t paper is I a lj per cent per month.
The Foreign Excbui ge market i. very dull. Southern
bills are coming forward free1/. We .|uote Sterling, city
bills, ei a 9ij Southern i a -j: Francs 5 ti7}.
j The Domestic Exchanges are generally worse to-dsy.
W.; i|Uote :
Philadelphia. ."ij a <* Ir-.terwr of Ala.l.'ljall
B.i!tini"re. I j li New Orleans. 7? a i
Virginia.. <>i a ?INashville.13} al l
North Carolina.5 a ?iLosiwviUe.10 alO
, Charleston. I? ? I?I Cincinnati.b.'i al3
Savannah. 3 a 3| Indiana.II a ?
Augusta. Ij .. ?jllliuoi-.15 a ?
, Columbus.It) all 'Natchez. ? a
Maeon.|2j a!3 , St. Louis.II a ?
Mobile.13 al3i|Tuscaloone.13 a ?
Mexican DulUrs jai premium; Spanish 3 a 1, Five
Franc- '.'3; a B<; American Ilalv;s aad liold p-r. Spaiu-h
Doubloons D5 10 a 16 50; Patriot do 16 00 a 10 10. The
Havre racket look 100,000 Mexican Dollars, boogiit some
weeks siLce at j s I per i ent.
j The following are the rates at which ene of the lar?.
1 onenrrent money dealers bu> ? the. suspended Back note.
' Bank ofOlean -50 disc't I'.iuk Of Butfalo_V) disc t
I Sl Lawrence.4? u Commercial do.25 ??
L-CliHtonCo.-J) '? do olUswego.ttf ??
i Allegheny Co.j) " I
I ?. S. Bank to tea arc rather worse to-day, njrae buyers
orTeriur only 45.
Aa stuck hancjf Iren uia-i'e on the credit of the Powell
Bank ofNewburg, Mr. Powell the President hsa stated .u
' the Newburg Telegraph that he pledgrs his whele esUte.
real and pcr-onal. for the redemption of every bill issued
I h.v- ?ud for e,,;ry dol:ar which is or nay b<! depoaiied in,
that lustitution. Fie was ihe mter up of it, aud is a !ar?e
stockholder: aud hie pride is interested in ?ustalniug it.
The Hour and Wheat ihipped from Michigan ihi- sea
! toil is catimated to be worth upwards of two millions ol
ASHES.?No change. Pota 6S 00; Pearls 5 37} a 3 50.
j Sales light.
I COTTON?The sales to-day were about ICO0 beV,s ai
, a decline in some caaee ot j ceuiper lb.
FLOL'R?We. continue to .;iote as yesterday, ei ItU te
the rate for Geaeeee. 'j >;0 is offered for exfort, and re
fu*ed by mnst holders. A tale of 2000 bbis is reported a<
( having been mads yesterday, ? T. P. Williams ' brand, al
6 00, md 15 0 of other brands at 6 12} Ohio 6 1?: Mich
igan 6 00 a 6 12}; Troy 0 I2J. No dem tad for bema.
snmeti n. Georgetown 6.TTj; Brands-in? 6 .V?-, 6 05 re
fu.ed for 900 bb!s. Bichmond City 7 50; Norf.ik 5 3
Fredrnek-burr and Alexsndria 6 25. Rather more in
?I-Jiry f-;r Southern, with a prospect of an export demauc
i ebould freirh s decline.
GRAIN.?Sales soO busheb DI icois Wheat for mi bac
at 135 cts. Corn and Kyc are rath>-r quiet About tilt 0
j bushels old Jersey Corn na*e been takon for shipment la
I England at 7o. weight. Sales csrgo nc ? Northern ut*.I
j *? i.ht, delivered. Kye is held at 75. Sale- 13 0 bushels
j siouthern Oats at 13; fiorti? River 15 a 17.
Ill ITeiliocriitic Wbifj '. '. i ur : .11 < on; i:i j; ,r<.
Dr. . v?c? 7:rt 1-1]
Resalcd, Thal ihr D -mocrsue Whig Elector, tf j^.
City of New York be r?^ on. mended to meet irr ih?ir m.
ucciivo War.:?, ?1 uio following places, on Monday ti?.
nine. 2" Dee-niber ic?lar.t, at half-put 7 o'clock tot*.
lect ?vc Delegat? fram each Wart!, to compose tie n.
111./??ratio Whig General Committee lor the ?l-u.ii>; y?,
let Ward. Trims er's. comer Br?? and Peart
oj .. geceerd AVardUote^ST KaaaanaL
" 1 North K >-'r t'otiee if use, Washington at.
Siai " r-fca?,p.-<rc. Daaii--anil William sir.
5th " Vanoi: Hons*. 165 .\ esl Broadway.
?31h " Mouroe H-ll. corner CeeUe sad Pearl ?u.
7th ?? Franklin Hotel cor. Cherry aud ""itrtar
jtti " T1-0I1 ?a oon. Utr Riehmi'Lii Hill.
9th " Northern Kackan^ Weeekerat
Kuh " Coluiu'ui:: Hall. Grand at
I ith ?: as <hail oe designated hy iae Ward Coniiius,
12th - do. do. do
13th M Tippecanoe Home, SShertnat.
tst.i - Broadway Hoase.'ccrnerGrend ft
t?th ?? Constitution HeU,Broadway
ltita ?? H eeltcVs, 6th avenue aad lTth st
I7.ii ?? ll rr%i iy Honte, svenuo A and t?t ic
Reolftd, That it he recommended toihe Kltctortt?
re -organize the Ward Committees for the ? ?.-? ?g
ai the -ami' meeting.
Resulted, Thai luo Delegates so elected to the Dstso
cratlc Whig Gea ral Committee i'ar 1 r I ^ be rtcjaaeksj
to meet at '.!? ? 5r.-nt.?ay House.ob T lead y. Ith J r.aur
next, at! nif-p'-l 7 ..' I- ek. p. M.
js.sM'i. Q. RAYMOND, ChaiTtoaa
H. C, VVssti a, 11 r, 1 s,.,
?:. M !!? dI64t
jT'-fiiwi IVnnl In pursuance 6 a rr-coram a ??
tm.i of ihn tieneril i onim tttc. the Desaoera tc Well
Etectora of the First Ward are rcejaeai I to ?...:??
boote of M. 3 Thresher B-n dsn set Hotel nor.ofP.
and Broadetrects.on MONDAlVEVENING i ti
at 71 o'clock, foi the purpose of et? 1 r ? iteslors
present sai 1 Ward the eesuicg year 1? the General I'on
mitteo, and to-anpoint a Wate reo
tit IV: It CO B Cl lirmsa.
OtTo-'Wai Vaw Tuti Secretary. Uta it
t Fourth Ward ?'? ? fihs
Fourth Ward ate ianted to meet al ah ? ? I. .
tel. c oiot of William an I Duase Stl ? ? ?B "DS-Y,
EVI.M <?. 3 ih 111st. a; '. j n'ilac 1, I iliyeuut. Iii DJ*,
gati . t.. 1 ? W if G?n< ral Coraui ? ? ?
Dsitteefor, the eusamir y< r.
By ordci 01 the Wa,i? Come III e,
WM HALL, Chat.
Tito.. M. Aexuscs. Sec-eQiKjr.
r. Tublii raectiu?; in? VVn'g t ret 1 the
Thirteenth V\ ar I ??? r. ,t 1.i?tcd to meet oa MONDAY
EVENING Dee ??tb.al ; o'.-l< ck si No 5 ShuitTst. ti
accept the District's ?1 !ea:ou cl General Committee ami
,ud elect om Deli rate from ibe War.! to each ol tfa ?<'.-.
era! Committees an t to transact ?ueti other imsiiieasu
may be deemed necessary
Bi order i>f tre Ward Committee,
OBADtAH NEWCOMB, Chairman,-.pro tea,
Josim USrtaart,Seer ? _?'?. A
t Pounccum .....a. 17- lS41e
Pur.usntti res lutious ol the Whig-Gen rai Co nmiitu,
the?eoiocraiic Whig Elec'orsof ibl* Warn ?nmest
at Central Halt. Grand-street, on .Monday Evi 1 ing next,
tne 20'h of Deceaibi r 1 istani, at 7J <?'do k. 10 sebct i,?
Deieeates from the Ward to me Goueral Comiuibesu]
. lad a Ward Committee lor the an uiug yi j
Byorder, JOHN STEWAKT,Cbairmaa.
Chas. K. rsVLoa. ISeW8ttfiM.
j 1 \ s is 1 llo, . _
VT Tin Character aod P.ttiss of Jmliia.
ALectun ?1 bedelirercdou Sunday | o-morrow)E?ta>
iys u the Uaireral:st Church, Elizabeth ?<re?t o,?r
Walker, by Rai I ti. tt illi m ou ou the I '1 ? ttcrital
Pate of Jude? Tut Chap 20j>erseSH Sesvmesest.
ia'.Dceal 7 o'clcck. Also during thu uuiai. 5 anu alte.
II .>u I l!.?: 11 ua! ho'.-rr.
A larc Lveiuie Room u let Inquire a: j. Uamiltoa
sueet t?i I
Lord," mw.t 11 'ortne I irfew I. ?' Da/ala-lsi l.u e".
i.ildmis,Uu sou stroi,.wi:l 1.1 fug jju to a ?-?h/.oa
>ei\ cc at h ?I p I'1 ill the Caarnirsv and lit t' ?eoia|
a h It ? o'cLck. Subject?th-jCoas ? and 21?
:i ??! Paiil.
in 1 u'u c in am it ?iiitcl. Tkc Boom is coal
:i litiua iK.1 1:1 ? ? ta rc l-'iee. I: It'
XT i.'euil t i si ?a . 11 umeu '.ill InkeBoldbl
one man. J. r. 1 1. I'hree scrmoos lVum thoso sroroi to
mono?, at ih Hull.No. 161 aj*e;j,J. 10J A. 41 ?!, s?J
7 p M i 5
I ?Joritinnisin InrsiatigoterlMr 1
ler having been, requested io:.give.Moiffioni>m a public
investigation hereb1} e..n> on any Hoiiao 1 ?r M irm n-to
meet him in discussion ai the Hall, No. 187 Bowery, ja?
above Del .toy, ou the evenings ot Monday, Wedncad.y,
iu>l Friday oi next ek Admit! .ncc to tUe Di . aft 01
three cwiits, meruly lo defray expenses. Uli
KT BEHOLD! BEHOLD BEHOLD!?Our pises
of JMeetioe i. Changed 10 lh?i .a ilit-iiiini Clall,
Vo. -II?? 11? ulway. -NoTtce?On Sdnda) u-:xi, its
19th inst. at 3o'clock, I' M? .>tr Horner will resume in
1,'o'irsc of Lei iure.. .01 -'i-icuce, Religion and lb. Arrarfj
menu of tbe New Moral World. At 7 o'clock, P. M Dr.
Humbert will commence his Course of Lectures oa Ox
Oeing and Attributes of God, i" bo illustrated Sad uV
monitrated by Scienutii Experiments aud the Lawsjsi
N. It. All Classi - of die Coniiiuult) ire Invited to :t
tend. Sosti Free. (-) dull'
XT l>oti?'r. - In in- quooce of .no Inclemency of Ut
weather, the Laili *' Beat ?oeut Snwi-c Soicieiy of iki
I lib Pre byterian Cburch will continue ibeirs?le ofiue
till and fancy articli s in their Church in Fourth ?irset, be?
tween iveuue ?.' and D, This Day, c immenciog at ill' 'elk
iud continuiag tbreegh the day ami evening Th?"
friends, aud all those f. iendly to the caute ol R'bsios,
are r-.-^i ee fully invited loa'iend. dl8 If
KTFirr! Fire ?n?l ??iii.-r-The sub-cnt>er.
having had their block 11 dry Goods damaged^by are
eiil ofTer ureat inducements to pnrciiuorrs. Asians
ikeirstoi k ma) be f und a larci- assortment of Bres
91 Iks, to which they would purlieu ."ly invite the ?>
tentioh 'if Ladli 1 wisbli K g 1 ?1 batgsmi Also, Bdsssa
aines, I'agli mis, Cloths, l?simcres, Sbswls, Prints, Ai
Ae. a'l of a In. 11 n.u-l li- - .1 I ml : >'??! -
ol7lw ..- GERARD st KLINCK,167 Sprlng-st
Crtaentlcnien's sjcitrfo.?McNAMEE a SAH
FOR I), TO Beaver-street, hav* ju.t received per last sr
rival a superior a sortment of Gentlemen's tscarlsi wha-'i
they will ret nl ai wholes de prices.
McN. A S. have als ? a i excelb at aiaoruneut bfCrivate,
Gloves (BsjouV), Suspeaders and Umbrellas, silk aul
giiipiiaiii, iiiaiiiifacliir.:U by tin 10, witli espce.al refcrsiic
;o rainy weather, ami which are in all respects a (a ssesV.
ii) dlt 3t
tOT CIsiipiMau'H Knzar ?sii oj> undecidedly
best known tor rh..rpci 11 % a dall BsZoT, ao : ever aftei
keepiag 11 in perfect order. Try 11. ih- VVi!liam-tt.
I M. Uulae, I -s! Grasssl-al. 1
tacoafjrmiiy with sie annualprad ice;willotTar liis?b?l?
slock ol Dry lioo-'., till tin: 1st of January, at cost. A>
-toe* ..?. 1.1 I, ,,i-at at auction, freut bargains cau
lie had. On hand, mhks, Meriooes. Mouselin'de Laidesi
GingOaau,Calicoes Flannels, Muslins, and overy article
usually kept by ill* craft. (8)
CHEAPEST CAf?7l TAI LOK YKT.
TT'' ?*r??-r V. flu<st?-d, No. 1 Chatham square,corn?
er of Chatham street, makes Clothes to order in the ne?'
etl style, t'l per ceul. cheaper liiau tho cheapest 'V'i
Tailor m th.s t -y. A good Iii in all ca?ss warranted.
&i if rov
E7* Pctstnaaabip. -Thefallowi - i
be con-ult--.! to tti-. udmtrubU . ffecl o/Davieoa'a VV'ri
ung liaide, in i-ivin^ east 10the sa-tieeofiae m*seles,ssd
ecuriug ia 1 tlton time a beeunfnl and expediusss
hand arriusg: King & Feeks, Principals ClassicalIsstl
lute, 630 B o ,.l way , O. El Us. Com? Public ScbOOllC t.
West, Princip I Kutgeis Pi n da Institute ; .*. Cbk hciUr.
No, 1 Markee*-tri et; Rev I D. WUHamsoa >? Pat 1?
Principal Public High Ksko J No.3; I McKsea.Ne.5i
I W. McKetchan, .No 7. A:c. Institute for iii-i ructian ami
1 pot for the sale of ilia Out le, 'Ziu Broad war. sorsvsroi
PerkPlace. _i*. ulj
r. rise Vaang s lion, or.
anginal snd selected, by Win. B. Bia jbury, and U 'v
Sander-. The attention ofTsacbers is pari^ttlarl/.ra
luested to the foBowing notices, Jtut received by the fib
New-York. October 125.1AB.
M^-r-. Davton St Sanerss-Gea?em^sv=-I h?v<-.-inn
in^d yourvalu . de Ii i. music il publication." Tbc V.m?|
Choir," and feel rratified to b? able t?i express my Tncon
ditioml a..probation ?/ the same. It is juu the tbiag
wanted for juvenile claasi - \ and 1 hopo it may be widei/
and exienstvely oatrontzed.ffigg^i
iamrewpsctfully \nur>, 8.B.POND.
Laic vocal Lea .., of the N. Y. Sacred Mu.ic Society
Messrs. its , ton A iaxrdsi?I have received the cop/
of" The Vouiir Choir." by *>V. ',. Bradbury and C. W
3andera,and l'h e., examined it ihorougaly ?nd witB
grea: pl< a-'i-e. Ti-e in us ?: is tha?te. and simple 1*0 great
tzeellenci s inamusieai work, 'lim .rrsne^ment 1, veil
lesigned and executed.and I kc*w of no work of ths kind
'letter raicl^trJ ro do good. TSC wo-k al-o coitai 'l
smugh of the " Elements of uusic,' to answer ?II per, o
?es f.,r youth
I dwUbt net on: it a ill aff-ird s-iUifsctioa to ?c>>Oo ? (st
:hildren and youth and I hope it will obtain a rem ml me.
C P. SMI I H M; r ? fsTa-?Blyn.
IXto1 r-J>>, 1841.
D Si Si also pubflefi 1 New C?'teclion of lustra 1
Uuaic. con:i--| tr -f Solo-. D'iet- a:,d Tin- or 1 .p K. .. ?,
Violin and V"Wiocelle?ftom the works ol Beethoven 5b
'>rt Haydn. Pe ITof, l\ a!sh Strauss, and other err. ntit
;ompo?crs ; lu won b a/K added br:e'Uotr^ctioaslore-eh
AliO in press?'Tai Northern Harp," consi't-rT 91
?rig.na1, ..ereil, a. .-'d sou/s, adapirc to thaniOStp P
ibr laei-dies, for f .- Piao'o-forte and Gaitar. By M:-.
v'ary S. 8. Dana, suthor of ?*The8 athernBarp ?
DAYTON A SAXTON,
nlrJ yi, 'Jl Nasssu eireet. coroer Ful'OiV