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WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2.
WHIG- STATE NOMINATIONS.
or rtu.NKLiN co.
FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR,
?*?***_ -r? * --* /" _f _____fl?f-5 Richmond.
t? '* ____&??n^._*-^'? of Lister
r?l"*???_^rP?n _?lB?OiV, of Schencclady.
111..A_EX;? ?_?iVSKfolaAM, fulton Co.
v * _? -f-ffrlfl;BfCK ot Lewis County.
vi"t-S'?i!% A JOHNsOV, of Steuben.
??'mflAAnfSm. *TRO*V--. Seneca Co.
yffi"?_feygg Pt TttA.,1, Wyoming County.
Cii*,*/ Congressional Nominations.
Third District....J. PIIII?_IPm PII?NIX.
_"cn/r.i?__tr.cf...JOH>' Ifi. ?i IL L.I AM-.
Ft/'A District.... JO UN B. ?tCOLES.
?ir?A X?w'rtcf.RA.ni I?TOX FISH.
GEORGE El C HELL.
ROBERT SMITH, JOSEPH BLUNT,
E. G. BALDWIN, JACOB ACKER,
HORACE ST. JOHN, SMITH DUNNING,
A. A. ALVORD, JA'S B. BRINSMADE,
HARVEY A. WEED, FLOYD SMITH,
SAMUEL WEBSTER, CYRUS CHENERY,
Election Tuesday, Nov. ?3?(one day only.)
FT The XSemocratic Whig? of the City and
County of New-York are requested to meet at Naiinri'tl
Hall on Wednesday Evening, Novemher 2d, nt half past 1
o'clock, to receive the Report of the County Convention,
appointed lo nominate a Register, and thirteen Members ol
tbe Assembly. JOHN LLOYD, President.
THOMAS McElraTH, ) ________
Theodore E. Tomlinson. J ?-er? taries.
ET The Office of The Tribune is removed to the
new and spacious buildings, No. 160 NASSAD
STREET, in front of the P2rk. and nearly opposite
the City Hall. '_
FT Our fripnds In the Ninth Ward, who do not receive
their papers as early as usual, must bear with us for a shnr
time, as nne of our regular carriers in that Ward is sick, b.'
expects to be nble to resume bis route in n day or two.
,*? It is expected of every carrier that he serve hi? rout?
by half-past six o'clock in the morning Whenever it i
served at a later hour we desire to be informed.
FT The great pressure of Political and other Advertise
merits comptls us to put a great part of our matter on tb<
outside pages. For a list of the candidates in nomination In
both parties for the coming Election, and Mr. Scoles _ *l>
port on the Pay of Watchmen, see Last Pape ; for Dr. By
cha?an on Neurology, Ererest on Homaopathy, Reviews, a
Letter from Boston, "cc. see first Page.
'Awake, old drum !"
Whigs of New-York ! you nro called to ral\
en masse to your General Meeting at Nations
Hall this evening. The object is to consider th'
Count}? Ticket presented for your judgement bv
your Nominating Committee, and to prepare for
the approaching contest. To say more would im
ply that the Whigs 7ieed exhortation to arouse them
to the discharge of their duty.
Hon. Joseph L. White, a sterling Whig Re?
presentative in Congress from Indiana, who ar?
rived in town yesterday, hns consented to attend
and address the Meeting. He ?3 a noble Orato?
of the Western stamp, and will be heard by thou?
sands with gratification.
DOT JOHN H. WILLIAMS, a most respectable
and worthy Mechanic, hns been put in nomination
for Congress by the Whigs of the Fourth District,
againt William. B. Maclay. Mr. Williams has
long been a citizen of tho Seventh Ward, and i.?
justly esteemed wherever he is known. We be?
lieve he will poll the best vote that any Whigevei
received in the district, and have hopes of his Elec?
tion. Moderate in his views but firm in his princi?
ples, ho will receive many votes independent ol
party considerations, and, if all those who believe
Maclay ought not to be successful will just come
out and vote for Williams, he cannot fail to be
?kosen. Whigs ! arouse !
"A Great meeting is tobe held at Tammany Hall thi?
evening, for the purposeof ratifying the nominations that
have been made. [Evening Psst, last night.
[__*" Mike Walsh was last night hoisted on the
Loco-Foco Assembly Ticket in Tammany, vice M.
H. Van Dyke, kicke J off. (Rather a llattcrin_
distinction for Mr. Van Dyk??.) There was th?
usual quantum of Union and Harmony present
but Onion, personifi?"?, by Mik?* was lather tin
stronger. MiU?> let! on his troops in t>. rson, m ?
performed prodigies of valor. H?? murir m pr- it?
sft'i'-y Speech on rri'irtfr? ?n _,??,. i!. of which
fri-nd pftici'ed diun "tie following ?i't-?'i_?'.
doe? honor i ? the author, viz *.
" The arintocntry of talent I rever?*?the aristecra?*.
"power, fairly obtained ami ptvperly e_erc-fet. when Ob?
*' tained, I rrspect?the arUtocracy of mealth. I can tolerate?
"but the low, dirty, cod?fish aristocracy of Demoaacy, I
" loath and dete-rt."
So Hurrah for the Spartans, and down with tin
Old Hunkers! ?\s Mike expects to go to Albany,
the Regency will see the necessity of having theii
Common Council there elect a Police Justier
forthwith. It will not be safe to l??nve the office
unfilled nny longer.
D-J" The Evening Post groans 'Hard Times!'
very severely from day to day. We know th.
times are hard for most people, but thetf are im?
proving?lh*rQ is comfort in that. Our Peoplt
have employment more generally and steadily
than they had four months ago?far more thai.
they would have had if the Tariff had not passed.
Every ship-load less of European Manufactures
ensures employment and subsistence through the
winter to many American artisans. Money i
flowing into tho Country, whereas it is usualK
flowing out at this season ; and a large and in?
creasing number of laborer* find work "in our lately
paralysed shops and manufactories. Very soon
wa shall be making all our own Cloths and Wat-e?,
and then wo shall have better prices for our pro
ducts. The Post itself speaks words of hope in
the following paragraph :
Sf_cii at New Orleans.?Between forty and
fifty thousand dulkra arrived at New Orleans on
th? 21st ult. _very day large sums arrive Ten
thousand doubloons from _patii?h ports were ex?
pected to be received during the last ten days of
O" To ihe names transferred from the distinct?
ive Carroll Hall Ticket of last year to the regular
Tammany Ticket of this, we are now enabled to
add that of Michael Walsh, F.sq. This makes
tbe whole number, if Mr. Daly is the man of that
name rue last year. Last year Tammany threat?
ened vengeance against the Bishop's forces ; this
veat she surrenders at discretion. Tnere is noth?
ing like flogging the Sachems once in a while to
giv? ihern an opinion of your menu. If Carroll
Hall had kille?, the whole regular Ticket last year.
Tammany would have had the Bishop or our friend
Tighe Davy up for Governor by this timo.
VF The Morning Post ,_?*? that of the list
of Van Buren Defaulter published m our Extra
not one became so under the Sub-Treasury sys?
tem, and wishes us to " make the correction.'
\ow our readers must be well aware that those
who were Defaulters in 1833 did not become so
under a law passed in 13*10. It needs no special
pleader to teil them that. But the Post, under?
stand* this ?paestion better than it would have us
believe. The vital question at issue in the Sub
Treasury discussion is the comparative safety of
Banks and individuals a< depositories of (hi
Public Money. The Whigs believe that the Pub?
lic Treasure can be more safely kept and disbursed
through the medium of the best Banking Institu?
tion.?, (especially a National one) than through in?
dividual agents. In support of this position, we
?-oint to a uniform experience of forty years during
which over Four Hundred Millions were collected
and disbursed through a National Bank, and not
? ?ne farthing of it lost to the Government; So ir.
England, where thousands of million?, have beer?
??milariy collected, and not the first penny of it
Now in contrast with this we place the long
i-t of individual agents who have proved faith?
less and unsafe ii.-der the direction and eye of the
very men who are crowding ihis Sub-Treasury
upon us. We point to the cases of Swartwout,
Price, and hundreds of others, where Millions
have bc-n lost to the People, before the Sub-Trea?
sury law was passed, but under the Sub-Trea?
sury principle. The Deposite System, which th<
Whigs advocate, requires that all obligations or
evidences of indebtedness to the Government shall
be placed in the Deposite Bank, that payment
?hall be made there, and the money diawn thence
only by virtue of a legal warrant from the proper
officers of the Treasury. Under this system the
Revenue Officers of the Government will not ab?
stract the Public Money, aimply because they are
not allowed to touch any but their own pay. It is
possible, indeed, to select profligate and rotten
Banks, as was done in 1834-5. but there is no
necessity of doing so; and it is easy always to
?btain ample security- From a National Bank all
experience shows that none is needed. But if
vou set all Revenue Officers to collecting the Pub?
lic Money, you may be very certain that some of
it will stick to their pockets. The trouble in not
*o much that the Sub-Treasury vaults are lcakv,
is that it is difficult to pox all the Public Money
into them. The Sub-Treasury locks the stabl?;
dose enough, but leaves the steed on the outside?
and the Sub-Treasurer spurring him off for Texas.
?And, by the way, the Post is grievously mis
'aken in supposing that Mr. McQueen, the Van
Buren Postmaster at New-Orleans, was the onlv
lefualter after the Sub-Treasury Act was pass?
ed. Pias it forgotten the case of Jesse Hoy/. '
Surely, there was some cause for the virtuous in
iignation with which Mr. Van Buren hurled him
Vom office! What it was, we shall he able to
-tute without, danger of a libel-suit, as soon as our
??strict Attorney shall have been able to bring
urn to triai amito obtain judgement for the amount
?f Revenue collected by him and not paid into the
Sub-Treasury. Does not his case teach our neigh?
bor where there is a screw loose?radically so?in
he Sub-Treasury system ? He, certainly, was no?
i'avored by that proximity to Texas which the Post
liinks so mischievous in the New-Orleans instance.
The fearful penalties of the Sub-Treasury Act ap?
pear to have had no terrors for him.
The Post is mistaken generally as io the defal?
cations under this act. There have been many, as
we ?hall take occasion to show. But why does
ihe Pest, which think? the Loco-Foco plun so ex?
cellent for the Federal Government, never advo?
cate its adoption by the State and City? What
reason can there be for making fish of one and
flesh of the other ?
Georgia.?The full official vote for Members
of Congress in the several Counties of this Slat?'
are as follows :
li'hig Ticket. Loco-Toco.
"Rich. W. Hihersham-.33,?.RS -.Mark A. Cooper.S5,4o1
-"Roger L. Gamble_SS2-19 Henry G. Lnmar.35.307
\. ft. Wricrht.S3.21.1? -- Cahle.35,26.
fti-hanl II. Wilde.___OTrEd"ward J. Black.353?)
Absalom H. Channel!..82,9801-Stiles.35,164
\. H. Kenan.32.ft27;R.rL. Harrison.S5,1?SS
?Tbos. Butler Kinp... 32 822?.I?>hn H. Luinpkiii.So,!?.'
* Members ofthe present House.
Average Loco majority 2.201 Mr. Habersbara is beaten
KFThe Loco-Foco majority last year was 4,1SG:
Whig gain since then, 1,982. Harrt Clay get??
ihe vote in 1K44. The Loco-Focos have ?_<??????
polled so high a vote in the State asj.be JVhigs
>?n?.?e to Gen. Harri.on.
UK Q.ES.lO?. SETTIXD.?Mr. J. Stanley
. ii <?-? hu?? recently been lecturing upon Phre
, .|.??\ at Burlington, Vt. He ex?*el?? in the hu
noroos style, and his leckres furnished co little
arena ntnent VVe observe in a late paper no?
tice of a meeting oi ' citizens.' at which it was
"Resolved, That, inanr judgement,the_?-iVnceol Phre?
nology is ?u_ic.?-ntlv nndersiood and establiihed to ol.tau:
our implicit belief, and that its benefits ami importance tle
.?erveut the community it.-, united support,"
So it ser m s the question is fully settled; and
wo. hereafter, to disbelievers ! \\ hat glorious
inventions these ' primary assemblies ' of the Peo?
ple are likely to prove ! Hud th<?\* been fashiona?
ble in th?-;ir day, Galileo, Newton. Bacon, raigln
have established the truth of the discoveries they
made by a much shorter process than they actually
pursued. In our nineteenth century, when we
wish to know if any * science ' be true, we have
onlv to call ft meeting and ask the majority. I?
r.ot this burlesque somewhat too broad for sober
C_F ROBERT G. RANKIN of Fishkill is the
Whig candidate tor Congress in the VUhh Di>
trict, composed of Dutches? and Sullivan Coun?
ties. He is a whole-souled, ardent Whig, and
will poll the full party strength. We have cheer?
ing advices from Old Dutchess.
Marks the Murderer?John Marks, who
recently killed Mr. W. A. Clarke on the steamboat
Canebrake, on the Alabama River, having been
tried and sentenced to the Penitentiary for life,
was delivered to the Warden of the Penitentiary
on Monday evening. On th? following mot ni? g
h" was found suspended bv ihe neck by a handker?
chief to the bars of the cell door.
?J A Mr. S'.anten, at Toronto, Canada, recent?
ly recovered $100 damages against the proprieter
of a stage in which he was upset and had his arm
- _ -
HT The Sun on Saturday had a lon? account of a wo-?un
?being abducted anil probacly murder.d near Harlem. Sur?
prised thai such an outrage could have eicap?id our re?
ponen*, wc made inquiry and ?-...??n.ained that th? id?ntica;
?-.-...man was at the Police Office in ?ro?-_ health on Satunia?,
where she stated ??be had been abused by two yoan??- men ;
but, on Justic. Gilhen requinnjf her to"_?__ar .o her ?tor.
?be refused lo doit: wD.reupon the Justic. refused to
er_nt a warrant for the commitiiHrBt of th?- ??le-ed o?er.d
ers. and ?h* departed. This is the truth, an?t Tl is all w,
know of ibe matter. For stating it, we are black-u_rd?-?d
ia y???tenlay*s Son, and the ioaltM iusinuatioos are~thrown
out nsams. us?for which lew we sav it.". there is not a
shadow ot foundation. We Know notbine of the p?-rsr>r.?
connected wuh this transaction?not eve_ their name. - bai
it any cntne has been commit.??., we hope the ?dender?.
wul be broagni lojusuce mo? rigidly.
Friend** of American Indn-try! "Till You
At the Loco-Foco Congressional Convention ir
tbe Third District (tbe lower Wards of this City;
the Report of the Nominating Committee says:
" In reference to the Tariff bill larelv pawed by Cor._re?v"
he [their candidate, E. H. Nico__] expressed his decider,
hostility?a ?-entirnent, as your Committee believe, whietl
will meet with a hearty response, not cnly from every De?
mocrat m tue district, but also from very ?any of those whc
have heretofore been oppose?! to ns. bat whom sad experi?
ence is daily convincing of errors of opinion entertained by
them in refer-nre to VV'hig measures, and especially in r?i
feiesre to the unecmal and injurious operations of a high
Among their Resolutions is the following:
Resolved, That we strongly di_tpprove of a Tariff whos?
deiign is protec lion instead of revenue; that we are in fa?
vor of an economic? administration of the Government- and
consequently of the imposition of the lowest duties consis.
testwitfa iu necessities; and that we can never give ocr
assent t* the establishment of any system in which ihew_tu
and revenues of the Government, prudently and jud icio _s
?y managed, are to he d.-.reg?-dedtor the bene.ii of any par
ucular class or portion t.l i_is great confederacy : thai we
are opposed to the Torifflaiely passed by Congress, and thai
th?- fact of many ships lying unemployed ai nur wharves,
otber. returning home freight-? ? and profitless?our bardv
sranien forced to resort to _ic most desperate expedients to
wrin_- from their employer? an ad?quat?? r?mun?ration for
_eirperilous service?our merchants (aimost without dis
? ctioti of party) proclaiming loudly and publicly their
iborou?!i di?at?faction with the bill?admonish us that il
requires ?-??.-Rtial modification, and thai we muit.look to o
Democratic Congress alone for the desired relief."
In the Fourth Dia*.riet, their candidate, Wm. B.
Mac lav, was asked expressly "Arc you opposed
to a Protective Tariff V* and answered Ves, de?
claring that he considered that such opposition,
with ?"im?ar views on other questions, has
" Long constituted the line of demarcation het-.veen the two
Crcat political parties of' the country, and muy now bt con?
sidered as thoroughly incorporated in the Dimocratic creed."
In this District, the following Resolution was
;id opted :
"Resolved, Thai we view with the deepest feelinpsof
humiliation, the enorm u> operation of ?his Alge*?e or Ta?
rir!" law upon the commerce O? our country. I_ drstruetive
??rTrCL?ar?-*een in the ulter prostra?onofirade?ii. the fact that
arge bodies* of seamen and others are destitute of employ,
ment?in the fact of our ships arriving in ballasi from distant
ports aud their departing without having TO?cientfreight
to defiay their expense??and in tht? general depression of
basinets which pervades the entire country."
In the Fifth District, one of the resolutions
passed denounces the Whig?; in Congress, among
all sorts of things, for "the passage of an unwise
and iniquitous Tariffs'"
In the Sixth District, the same party held their
meeting to confirm the nomination of .John
M'Keon, and in their Report proclaim that *' the
Tariff bill of abominations must be revised," nod
two of the resolutions denounce and abuse a Pro?
tective Tariff?one of them as follows :
' Resolved. That a ' Protective Tariff,' so called try a cer?
tain thrice-defcatcd candidate for the Presidency, is a plan ol
protection to th. wealthy capitalist only, giving him from
20 to34 per cent, interest on hii surplus rands, which mn?.t
be paid i?) him ibrongb the Government by the irreal mass
of the people, which but for the estnblisbmi-ni of* ?ach - Ta?
rir, would b>- better able to pay double the amount in the
shape of a direct tax."
Now, we do not dispute that these aro tho real
sentiments ef those who promulgate them, though
we deplore the ignorance and prejudice in which
they are founded. But what terms of execration
ahull sufficiently express the infamy of ihe conduct
of a party which, really holding such sentiments, is
-"till endeavoring to carry our State by broad, posi?
tive, constantly reiterated assertions that they
are the advocates of Protection as st-rennousty
as the Whigs are'! How is this better than seek?
ing to obtain goods under false pretences ? And
??.-ill not the People deserve to be swiedled and
betrayed if they trust to assertions which every
day's history so plainly refutes and exposes ?
DCf" Dr. Bucha.san's Lecture last evening at
Clinton Hall was attended by a larger audience
:iian hoard ihe one delivered on Monday evening.
Me made but little progress in explaining the gent -
ral subject, being mainly occupied in pointing i ?:
delects in Phrenology and other *'sciences." He
made some desultory and rather incoherent re?
marks upon the Ncuaura or nervous Huid?de?
claring that it explained all the mysteries of hu?
man naiure, and stating thai by observations upon
ic all the actions, material and mental, of raun
might bo reduced to strict mathematical formula-.
At the conclusion of the lecture he made soveral
-?xperiments, which were regarded as eminently
unsatisfactory by the greater portion of the audi
.?1101*?. He insisted in his remarks on the necessity
of a disposition favorable to the subject, shying
that what men seek earnestly and with a*ft.e?t de?
file, ihev are very apt to find. This maxim, with?
out doubt, confins the secret of much ihm in the
oresent dnv assumes the name of science. He
lectures again this evening.
_~p" Pauline, a Tale of Normandy." is. the
?hie of a new novel translated from the French of
D?MAS, one of the most celebrated writers of the
age, by a hid*/ of Virginia, and just published in
his cheap octavo style by J. Winchester, 30 Ann
strcet. Wc commend it to the attention of all
Burglary.?We mentioned yesterday that the
U. S. District Attorney's office was broken open
r-i Saturday night. It seems that the object was
Co obuin possession of papers relating to seven
indictments for perjury found against S. L. Frosch,
ein importer o? ihis city. The papers were in
charge of Mr. Barrett; who was informed by ofii
;er Walsh that he (Walsh) had been offered $1000
to steal them. Thev were accordingly locked up
:n a safe. On Thursday night the safe-lock ?va
?ampered with but not forced, and the: paper? were
removed to another safe. On Saturday night the
office was entered and sundry paper, taken?but
only those relatii.g to civil suits pending against
Frosch. Tho burglars have not been found, bu?
an offer in writing of f.-00 to a certain person if
he would steal the papers, is in the hands of the
Police, and will, it is thought, lead to their detec?
Great Fire at Richmond.?The large Tobac?
co factor?,* of Mr. Thomas at Richmond, Ya. took
tire and burned on the __th. Some 450 hogsheads
of tobacco were destroyed?worth $35.000 to
??-10,000, of which $10.000 only was insured?
-?9.000 was in-iured on the building. Two other
large factories with several buildings of little valu??
sveto consumed. The entire loss is not 1rs* than
-?60.000, of which about $25,000 is insured.
[GT A mechanic in Bostan recently recovered
damages in $1333 of a young tradesman for se>
ducing his daughter. The girl swore that no im?
proper connection had taken place, but her evi?
dence was discredited. The day after the trial
the two were married.
DC/3 A stage lately upset near Batavia?the
driver being drunk. The passengers were injured
but not seriously.
C33 A Po-itmr-s-r named John Jones at Clays
viile. Va. has been arrested on charge of purloin?
ing money from the mail.
I.n'cendiarism !?An attempt was made last
night between 10 and 11 o'clock, to lire the Uni?
versalist Church in Green-street. Fortunately the
rire was disco%*ered before it had made any great
progress, and it wa? extinguished by a few pail?
tul of water. We believe that this is the **econ.
or third attempt which has been made within a
few months to net fire to this church.
[Albany J-veoing Journal.
G?PGov. Tucker is about to convene the Legis?
lature of Mississippi for the purpose of distric?ng
A great meeting of the Whigs of the Fifth Dis?
trict was held last evening at the Broadway House.
j The utmost enthusiasm was manifested, and able
? and eloquent speeches were made by N. B. Bll'.it.
Esq. and several others, which were greeted with j
? great applause. C. C. Jacob, s. Esq. was chosen j
Chairman, and the Nominating Committee made j
the following Report which was adopted by ac?
Your Committee, having earaes?y and patiently consid
ered the claims and qnalitkatioas of the?*--*"*eral most resp-c
table ana worthy citixeruof this District whose names were
pres?enied to them in connexion witk ibe object for which
they were delegated, have unauiinously concluded to sab-,
mil to yon the name of
jT?h*. B. MC O I. EC*
a? our ?-anditlatr !<?r IVpr?r>??r_jtatl>e "! ii.?- Ki.'lh D:?ir??**. in
th*- rv-xl C .ne:???-- Mm? ol the rea-*?n> which have Ico u?i
to this choice are ?? ??low?.
I. >lr, "*?> ?-i ?-. :i r?u?h j o_ng ? ?? y? art, has ? . : .al:. ?-I him
,??1! on memorable occa?i ?ns by ??^?10- !?? th?- .au-e if the
L__?oni.f_- Men ?tiii roui'Kx??* ??> larire a njpjority -?t the
vot?*r? 01 our District. h.v.ieJ !.?, a lonmiuit-?- o! ibe Mr*
clnuiic?.of **hos?e cause hi ??.a? early dUtingiiisbed a* a
champion, he abl_? md forciblj i i: ???-?????-. I th?- fir?i M ?-et* "ir
of Mechanic? ever a?-w-ml>ie?l in thi? ? ny lo pr'ir?i a?_-n;i?-i
lher_in***nt cooipetiti ? .? i Sute Prbon La???>r with thai ??(
i-iurh'?wi-?i Ar_.an.<a_d **',.. _.t*i?-i_, lie ha*? erei ?in?. r !??*? n
h ?tradfastt ardent ?;.?l?;!ii eut champion ?t theircan?*?. He
?pen! llirre u.-.-k* n .n? ???;.?'?I i?_. ___?_, mariait r..rnl ?'! our
Sute Prbon?, aid iit-i. in ihe espoaare ol '.!?* ? ? ..* ?'?-?"
trata the ?mploy.ut-nt of convict- ?n our uMinJ .Me_l inn il
II. Mr. Sri?, r.? crrged i.'i?.?.* illoi ll?? rr?.*. Meeting eve*. ?heW
ol ?ur cil r-ii- io ;?-'!'??! again?! th? iniqui ou?aodoppr?_?*ive
Assessment tystetu, .?Inch, from uuall beginning had grad?
uaily become ?i??- in???t overshadowing evil which il?nn?*>imt*d
tiie pro?penty <>i our City The foriuues ol li*< oj aleot.tbe
ranting* of the indastrioas, w?_*r?t swept?!?) t?j :??>' ..*.i?' tt"*
all-devouring vwrtei. if ' Street Ope-mog**,' >tr*-?_?t Ksprii***'?,
kc. and n<? man could know from month lo month h tw >"?>ii
his httle all might become th?- prey : greedy ??rflc ?_.?. and
their more raveivoos lavorlte-?, ???ho olien '.<????? bu properly
from him under pretence "i improving u. .Mr. Score?
dr?*w up. introdu?. ed t? and carried through ih?* LegUhtare
the lint Amti-Jssessment ?ai. ??? bicb became a U?*. and pul
a ?io;> is the? e aboiumatilv alill?.'-?.
III In ihe Common Council, Mr.ScoL_ihasbeen?r.u_lly
djatfciguisbed uthe indexible Ibe ul official at.u??? a_*l the
advocate "! a 11 gestuitve Iteloi nia. In panicuUt *!..- :*i ? ?lu
t ?>n intrixluce?! i?>* him to the Board ol .*is?.?i.int?. (which ii
'has pivjed.? reducing tl??- Mark? I Itenli ol Hutch? -r? i? ?*>i?e
nal nior?- ?ust i>> liai ?-In?-, lhan advanUigeou? !?> Ibe^real
ma.our ctiizen?, ?*i.?> t?y means "< u? adoption **.*ill o:.
Uhu cheaper than hnherio one ol the chiel nee? ?*ai es .-:
IV In perfect acconlanc? ?ni? '? ? conr?e In regard to
rtiair Pri-on L i"?i Mr. 5 ot-as *? n??w th? ardem,deter
mined advocate ol ihe PaoTtccrio. of America.?? Labor
a?_;a!n?.t tl.?? ui.iair and ?.prev?!ii^ .. in petition ..i the Oi.i
\v.>r 1 I. While I??* would welcome i?> > ur dtoiCs Ihe n.tlu
tno tu immigrant who ban _-io.?ii *Ai-ary ?! the de?j?ou?ui
an.l inisrry .-.! Euro}.?-, _tnd . her Uli biiu i? * br??Uier aiuouf.
ii*, lv- bold? ?lm? w? cannot r. i . .?.. :.. .v '.i.<- piodui-?? ";
those .Natm??? wtm.!i prohibit ibe receipiol on? pro.iuc:?n?
return, without involv?Mg ?>ur Country in a ruinous depend
ence on and indebtedne** to tho?e Na?on? which ?o;r?atUN
He holil? " ul? Th >M.?? -It ? ? ?:kv.n mat ?? .1 mid ,mj nation
** sufi'oxe it nusybettt find its advantage bi) pursuing tf. ?v?
'? ftm uf pi ohibitions, duties ..'id regu Uttion.. t behoove* us I?
???ROI?.. 1 ??'. !?'' '" . f?J* eo??nie? ?nnhiLitinns. ./..'ii- iiii
"regulations ?.'??. Free Commerce and navigation u i ?ol
u ta be given in eichangi /. test (i n antliexations, ??OR
?? aRI 1 HI. l.'.k? LV 1.' rRODl .I I RELAXATI?*_>I Ol Tirt?M.'
Tliai friendship foi die Mechanic-? and Lab_rer? oiourow?
Countrv which ?trains at iii?- t-nai (comparatirelj | ? I com
pt-iiiion ?run? e:_.hi i.un.lreil felon? in out > at. I'i.-.?!.., yel
c?mpl"icently ?wallow? tl?e camel ol unMir,one-aid? I? im?
p-iiii-.in troni _-_,._i'itv Mitlioaa t?l European vassal?,com
pell??! if? labor n>r lb? mer?-?'. ueir?_.arir? u: Ii*t in ih? -?-i
vice ot their ar??l.>? rat'c ia*.kni.-i?ter?, \* ill tin-1 no ao-VocaU
nor .? pt??? -?*:'-t in J"H.?. ? >? ul ??.
S"nab, Kelloi. C.l ren??, is ihe ?-?ndidate wboni wie bav?
?eie. led tor your K< ?>re__niai;ve in the next C'rui^re??. Hf
is young; but tbi? is a lault ??.t.irh e?-ery year will diinm
i>h. There m?_? be abler t?n?l nior?* experienced men in oui
l*?!?ir.. i , lu-, i . ? ? none who will mon? ar?leiilijr, ui.ur
ingly labor to promote youi welfare,oi ?lm -.??iii bemon
implicitly guid?"?l by every manifesuiion ot your will. II?
beloi?; ?!??" ' , ?? . I.? ?? ?I .???Mi -1 bj ih? j?l? ?I-.-_ ?. imt, i
clmten your Reprei ? nlattve, i?...! ?I? vote hi? talent? .md en? r
giesenltrelj and t-rniHully H? tb??-di?cbargeol Ihe l?l-.*ti r.
cponsibiiili? will? which youi sa?Trage?- ?hall inve*?i him. -
I)-, ?v.- appeal i ? you in -.j u lot a gt i?-ra? and enihttsia \n
rally in ?uj-i-'it o ? ..i i imii :?ia>n
Hy ordei ??' the <*o ? miliee.
J. K. ?HAMILTON, CA_?r?__*-_
fhc i.ii.iv. in ; Re tolutions were >?! ?" unnnimousl*
Rrs'ilift unmnvnuasly, That the nomination ol John B
->_-.?.e-, i- nur candidate ir Contres? front un? Mstrici
meets our cordial approbation; ihn lu? n?n?isteoi roui
m [Miliin?lu? unwavering ?apport ol the true interest o
thi?. State, as _**h*gislaior -his acuve and efficient it;-??har^?
o! h -duly a? A?.-i?taut Al'lerman?hi? uleni ?ud integrity
. U.in ?or u? -?ur .iiii-ei?- jmi undivided ?upport, ulnvh \?.
will cbeerluily yield l<? him. aud by every bone*! ed??r
-triv#- to sreur. hi? ei?-. <?<ui
Resolved Diat ibe u minatioa oi Lcthcr Bk m>? -h ,.n.
??AHKiti. Ki!?man. ... ib? Deniocnilic Whig caudidiil?-. loi
Govern?*, and Lieut Uoycrnar at the emuing Rtection,ari
in__i?ly acceptablH, and approved ? ?r by Ute Wlitjja of th?
OistncL They are i-.-1. on ?*ii.-iu v?e i an lailhiully r*-l? i<
carry .out the iru?- mea?ttres .?i th? *?*? h -,? parly?men y
nii?-ni. integrity and expenence m l??<_i?| .(im. -.-?n.nil?
erficienl tnr the ?.it?, e.and in ev? -\ re?peciqcalilied ior pro
p?-riy iulhl.ii?_; the high irusu wb ch-w? cont?den?y ?-i|??--;
lo ?*?<? ri-pi-vl III llirrr
Reserved, Thai ?.*.?? highly approve ?>i ? Tariff Bill boih
??? :? mi-.111? ol yieU .._ ?-? .- v. uue lor defraying Hie i,.-!-?? ?_,r.
?RpenW. ol ihe Governni? it and a. a ptot?-ciion to In
can lalx.r ami int?--.-!?, heilig .?.??I convince?) thai mehr?
bill i? a iin-a.uf.- ??-mai to the luture well beiug of UiD
lirinlifd That tin ?? |urie** inn?lc by the present W h
in?-iiii??-r% oi th? CorporaUi?n ol tin? City, into the ?lel'alca.
Ii??i??..| l_i.n?.K.i.-.> ....-? I:..I.?er?, an.I ihi? ?-xp,.,ur.? tberrol
aii-l thr;r ?-.X'-ri KJ-. ?.-..??.- ij?the public ialere*?l ?.'.?in?! lb
rfiiriitiior.. Mi?-rit t'.?? ihai.K? ol ili.?ir co-eslituenl? ?.ml ol lh?_
C?'l)ill.Ui.ll?f /! I .i;r.
Resolved, That ??? I.? r.l.v renew ?>.ir ple.l.e !.. surpori
I th?? Ho?.. H? >??, Clav a? c* indidnie t ?i the office ??!' Wren \
I ili-ni oi ihe United .-'.ai.-, convince?! tu.it in? i> tlir man b??
deserving ol dial lra?l nt the lianth? of bis fellow-country
1 KURii.! i: Ca?UAL.tr.?Wo learn from tin
Portland Adverti-icr that ?m Thursday moitnit-ji
last nt l.??\,i!it. the houio occiinieil h\ \\ . C. \
I.. I'. Smith, .?lie??: iron h;hI tm manufacturers,
.mi- discovered to be in llames, an?l though the
iilarm w.i? in.?tt_ntl\ -_:..-?ri. all aid wa? u????.??... S-i
?v.'dden iva.?, it. that I.. i\ Smith ?.?%??.l nothing but
the ?*li>tii!n__ he l?i?l c-.: and, woful t?? relate, his
oldest child, a beautiful tile daughter of aboui
tlire?*" yrar- ol ;i_?'. together vmiIi another ?riil v.|??j
liv?'?l with th*-rr:. Sophia Jackson, about soventeei.
yt*ars o? ?l.*??, daughter of .'til? ?? Jackson, win
?lept in a chamber, were consumed in the tiame,?.
They must lia*.e been suffocated i??*i??ro the, fite
was discovero.l. us tin-. made no :ioi-e.
SiN'.i'iAi; I'.?. An:.? \ most singular ??n:l prov?
idential escape tt.?ni ;i melancholy ?leatlt occurred
m New-York ?.i?: week. . ?I_u?_:h:??r (about fbui
_\ear? of.ige) ,.f V*lr. A'fte.l (i Pcckham, fomterh
of this City, (residing at No. 11 CliflT-strect,] w;t"
t'layir?- in the room in which her 'i*..?tli*-r was bu
?tly employed, \% Iiti the latter, castin-? !:?-: eyei
to the ?auiiIhw. li.-liel,! a ?ii;lit which mtisi bave
been mo-t harrowing to the in-art ??i .? ??rirent. .\
table hi??! b?'?':i moved from it.-a j?!??-,. to a window,
which waa open . the child had got up on thi??
table by ?or?n? means not known, and. when th?
mother l?**hc!d it. was hanging out of th?* window,
clinging with both h;tr;H-i to th- moulding of th?*
sill, it? ?body suHiHTi.Jr?! over a precipice of ;ib?ni!
30 feet. Mrs. P. scrvamed itn?i fa:nte?l ; the ser?
vant ran to the n?'.?m and with great presen?*, oi
mind sewed the child and .??-it'ired it to its moihei
?but the latter ?n. ?o overcome by the scene that
for several da?,, her life was considered in danger.
Re-?"?..! c.r ti,.. Tribune.
t..-vMr.a- c or r??r i*,.aT.?? IVew-Toaa
TtTUl .No. ??! lor-isri- arrival? m October. 1-U.... .. \S?
O'. do do. ,.,, (J(, ?ul... Jn
?>'?.. t?. ftJirign clearances ?to. IS4J. .. 1?
r>o. ho. do. ,]?. ,,?, I?4I. J4J
Do. do. co_Mwiseclearaneea ?to. ?Sij.. it?
D9*u '?''? do- d?v .In. imt. "?w
(if lb?- tpreleu ?rri-ealj 115 were Aroerkan, so' BniV?, (
Bi*-.?.?i?. > llatnbure*. : Bdjrbni. aiki i Veitexm li?u?
JJrnofninMti'.ns c'__.. i_Sini?, ?... Bar.? J) Rr... ?a
Oallu?i,l : Sehoo??-?.. ?,. ' **"* ""?S. **?
i rTJi.W.lll.h<' ^"J" fheid^tertkiet?nt tbat the ?tupen
?iru Uhtbtton ot Nia^ra Kail? r*w ?-xhibe.inc at the
AniericM.Mu-a.umw.il, realw,t?B*. i. offered ?oAak I.
will make a profitable Miv-sm^i ,nr My .-.)U?iry.
7.' T^rvN*--'*V?!>-i. i-j? wai futTin ovrr?ewbe last
aight *Abeo,o.*h j-.,..*;ui ?uncttesssTan pr ?A?.iS?
*_> jr;"LN?7rn?. .,"l,r.r-*CC',IUPa**'"* ???*? B*i:,ohy
\\V bST.? *"? ^ il"'. ",rn w:,f?,,," ?*?*"??. ?Ml?? Ruiall?-.
_L'r. ?. ?_? Mr Co!1:***'? appemr. Thrre ?HI be ?
pertormaiit- to day al J .?'clock.
i._5i MJZ ? "2.? t"k^ * Z'?r?t th., day a??d evenuig at
the Am?ne? Museom. Two perfonOMC? ??ieplare.one
o-tn-nerictr.t; it three and tbr o_i_.frat lialf p?Mtse*?eno*c?*rx-li
________r________r" ****? J c*?***"'mat ?on of performance, ever put
forus here at? ?jeered on ihts occasion.
...___. _^.v ?.-. vtroru uuum occasion.
BY THIS MORNING'S MAIL.
KF The reported death of Senator Woodbri-__
of Michigan is cuntradicted by letters received in
Washington. He is recovering from a ?evere
OCP Partial returns from ?\rkar_as make it pro?
bable that Cross the Loco-Feco candidate has been
elected to Congress by a Majority of some 1200.
How the Legislature will stand is of course un?
03* Col. R. M. Johnson arrived in Philadel?
phia on Monday evening, and was received by a
II? I?I? I ? I ?I _ll-ll.ll
Lawyers' Diary.?This Day, Nov-mber *2.?
CtKC.it Court?No?. 103,75. 46. 16*. 100. 96,107. 77, 1S5,
120, 127, 73. 76, 126, 106, S. 4.152, 176. 177,173.
Common- Pleas.?Part 1st: No?. 58. -13. 12. 46. 21, 11. 13,
34.51,31.-1, 109, 123.?Part 2d: No*. 3. 6,22, 66,74,76,94,
9B. 93, ICO.
Tuesday, November 1.
Circuit Court.?Before .lodge Kent.
Clinton Bank,N. Y., v*. R. Robertson, Sheriff of Gent-see
Co.?The plaintiff placed in the hand? of defendant lure?*
executions for $i*3 ?-ach, to which he did not make season?
able return, and the present action i? brought against him
to recover the a?n:*unt. It appeared that he ha- been re?
miss on only one of the writ?, and the jury fourni for plain
titTin ?he sum of $92.
Wm. L. Atwaier vs. Win. Lake and Edward Flanagan ?
Action to rei'over *j4fl5, the amount ot a note.?Mr. P. is
endorser, and claims to hare received but $200 on it. He
gave it to Mr. Joseph. Broadway, who was not to part with
it: but he transferred it to Mr. K. M. Morgan, and ihe latter
to plaintiff. Mr. F. also gave 2 memo, checks as receipt for
the $200, which are in suit. Verdict again1*! makers for
amount of note, ami against Mr. Flanagan for $300.
PoLu e Offick.?Violation of the Pilot
Law.?Owen Prescott wa*. arrested ?n complaint of Thomas
A. Harri?, charg?- with a violation of the Pilot law. In hav?
ing, on ihe 10ih October, pilote?! the schooner Thomas Crib
ben through die channel of the E?>i River commonly calle?
Hell Gate, not being a branch or licensed pilot at the time.
lie was held to had iu $500 to answer.
Coroner. Office.?Accidt-ntally Killed.
The Cormier held an inquest at the h-use of Thomas R?ley,
rear of No. 5?. Hamersley-slreet, on the body of Catharine
Riley. his daughter, acred 2 yertrs and 9 months. The de?
ceased went out on Monday aiteruooti to the corner of
Varick and Ham**rs|ey-str?"-eis, where she was accidentally
ruu over by a can loaded with brick, the wheel of which
passed over her head, causing her instant death. Verdict :
Came to her death by being accidentally run over by a cart
driven by John G?nnley.
FT I.irrRA or Leprosy is a cutaneous disor?!er appearing
on various part* of the hotly in whitish dry scabs, which
continue t.. spread, until it h??comes conrluent. and the parts
swell to an enormous extent. It is of ancient origin,
and was well known to ihe Romans, ??reeks and Arabi?
ans being con.idered a disease indicted for transgres
sinn. A Leper whs looked upon as an outcast from society.
L??pro-y heurs a close resemblnnce to Scrofula ; hence it ii
transmitted from sire to son, and many lepers may be seen
rf-rn in tbe pr.-s.-nt .(ay. Ils prculi.ir rhiiructeristi?*-* ar?
white scabs, which being displaced, *leav*?? n red spot, ami
aantlier seih soon is formed, varying in ?irir, depressed in
ihe middle but always having nearly a circular form.
It is believed there i.?. no disease without 'ils appropriate
remedy. The truth in this instance i-> tally verified, and
the l-CU are amply prove?**. Sands' Sarsapnr?la has laid
the monster low, and where the citadel ol life, itself has not
surrendered, this medicine will exert its healing and restor?
ing power?, by ?lisplacing diseased action, anil producing
a free nntur-'l circulation and equilibrium through Ihe sys?
tem, when perfect health succeeds debility and disease.
Prepared and sold :it wholesale and retail, by A. B. Sands
k Co. No. '27. Broadway, (Granite Buildings.) New-York.
\l?o sold bv A. B. -. D. Sand?. Druggists, No. 79 and mo
Fultnn-?l. ; David Sands J_ Co. No. 77 Fast Broadway.?
Price $1 per bottle, six bottles?for $5.
O* We take pleasure in bringing before the public a
[ medicine which has done, and is doing, more to alleviate ihe
. suffering'' of mankind iban any oiler modicine before Intro?
duced. It is Dr. Covert's Balm of Life for Coughs, Coids,
Consumption, Bronchitis. Asthma, Croup, an_ Dyspepsin,
as the following certificate will show :
Dr. Covert?Sir: I feel il my duty instate something of
the effects of your Balm of Life upon a young lady of my
acquaintance. She wa? so far gone with what physicians
coosidered the Consumption, that hope of recovery had been
riven up : ?he was emaciated and so weak that she was un
able to help herself in and outofbed, herphysician thought
she could not long survive, bul to the great surprise and Joy
of all her friend?, ?lie began to amend immediately after
taking your medicine, and in less than two months from the
time she commenced using il she walked up anil down
istairs, and ii is nowabo?t ?"our or rive months since she be
e_ri"usi?g if. She goes to Church day time and evening.
Ii is impossible for ine to state the good effects of your Balm
on this lady. She bail . ???ter who ii was feared w-uld
come down in the same way. Her cough was alarming,
and by the use of t!ii< medicine has long since recovered. 1
cannot re?i-t ihe conviction that if* persons whoarc troubled
with pulmonary disease would use this medicine they also
would benefve?! by Its ase. Yours trulv,
G RIS WOLD M. ROGERS, 190 12th st. N. Y.
Thi? medicine for Cough?, Colds, Consumption, Bronchi?
tis, Dyr-pepsin. Asthma, Cronn, Whooping Cough is forsale
together with Humphries'?! Pile Ointment. Pheln*"? Toma?
to Pills. Sir Astlev Cooper's Corn Salve, at 185 Nassau st.
under Clinton Hall, N. V.
Commencing ?The following facts are published to show
the utility and high reputation of ihe Metallic Tablet Strop
They an: extensively used and approved of in a'l the cuilery
establishments in Europe ; in Americacertif?cated by Ihe most
?cientific gentlemen, and received first premiums at the Fair
oiihe American Institute every time they have been exhibited
for competition ; last,though not least, is ihe only article of
the kind that is imitated, and tint to such an extent that al
most ?-very store in this city hav?? articles for sale alike only
in ont-ideappearaiice, (Uieir only recommendation) lor it is
well known no other article has "the power of producing a
?mooth and thin rdi;i' to a razor.
Be careful when buying to s?-e the name of O. Saunders
?son the label, the original inventor anil manufacturer, lt>;
FT Dr. Taylor's Balsam Liverwort, the only reme?
dy lo: be relied on lor the cure of Consumption. Let all
read Ihe following certificates:
New-York, October 26, ld-12.
I, F. A. Md-d?,24] Grant! ?t.ab in two years since was
troubled with asevere cough, weakness, pain in the breast
and rai?;pcr <<f blood f was induced lo purchase a bottle of
Taylors Balsam of Liverwort, from .7.5 Bowery, which
relievt-ii me when m ih-:.g would, and my wife has since
used it with th?? same beneficial effects, curing the weak?
ness in the eh? St, ?Sic.
I have re nl ihe ahoye certificate, and give it my hearty
approval,nn.I recommend to all afflicted with any symptoms
of cor.snniption or liver complaint io buy the g??"uine Bal?
sam o? Liverwort, fold ?n-|v at 375 Bowery.
SKTII VALENTINE, ror. !>ib si. and .Id avenue.
Dr. Leed.?, wholesale agent, '27 Maiden lane; Mrs. Hays,
129 Fulton it, Brooklyn. C P. Jacobs, agent tor Detroit.
FT Dr. Felix f?ouraud is still transacting business at bis
old stand. 67 Walker-street, one door Irom Broadway, no!
withstanding the destruction of bis ?lock by fir??. A small
stock of Poudre Subtile,for eradicating superfluous hair, on
hand, together with ill?, oth-r celebrated cosmetics of the
Doctor's. o27 tf
J_7' F NO R ."*_ O l' * BEFAX C A TTO >'?*. .a
An Extra w;is issued Froni this oihce on Saturday after
noon which was "prepared under the direction and pub?
lished by the authority of a Committee of Citizens appointed
to investigate the accounts of certain Public Officers." It is
mostly from Official Documents. Copif-s are still for sale at
this office. Ward Committees supplied on reasonable terms
Defalcation of Thomas Lloyd.
? ?' ?? J. D. Stevenson.
" " The ?Mayor of the City.
" " John Ahem.
" William M. Price.
?? " DoctorSmith Cutler.
Forty-nine Sub-Treasury Defaulters, whose defalcations
vary from $1,000 to -SU. .000, and in all amounting
to about .1,04(1,000 00.
Loco-Foco Extravagance, showing an actual waste of
the People's money for Carriage hire, Mosquito
Bars. Oysters ice., Steamboat hire, Oysters, Mules
kc, Extraordinary Purchases, kc.
Release of Prisoners from Black well's Lsland to vote.
Loco-Foco sm and the Tariff.
Daniel S. Dickinson's Opinion of N. York Loco-Focoism.
The Erie Railroad.
Circular to the Whigs of the Sute of New-York.
FT The abov?? important Extra is for sale to War- Com?
mittees and others at |1 per IN) copies. Price for single
copies 2 cents.
A NEW FRENCH NOVEL.
A TALE OF NORMaNOV.
Translated from the French of ALEXANDRE DUMAS,
by a Lady of Virginia. Dumas is one of the most popular
and brilliant writers of the day, and " Pa-line" is the pro?
duction more than any other calculated to display the
varions powers of his imagination, ar.d the escellence of bis
?yle. ' It has been admirably translated by an accomplish?
ed Lady of Virginia ; the pictur-queness and force of ihe
origina! have been retained,, and all idiomatic words and
phrases carefully avoideti. We bave not yet issued a work
in which more true genius "is displayed.
It will be issued oa the 1st of November, in an Extra
New World (octavo.)
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 3.
Price 12*. cents sin. I-, stitched in handsome covers. To
Agents ?3 per hundred. Quice SO Ann streeu nl 2t
FT *Vot-Ce--Tbo- whb have demands against the
American In-smnte on accor*. it of the L5th Annual Fair are
req-?"le- forthwith tosend^them to the Repositorv in'the
Park for the e-aminatioft or.he finance committee, nl-t
FT Noticc.-The sale "or" Furniture, Bed and Table
Lamen, ?te. at -_ Fulton-street, next door to D. Pbyfe _
son's, which was postponed yesterday, will positively take
r?? __?t_- cfi?*7 T,'cl" %vil1 bc ?*" ?Hhout rLrVe!
rbe attaction of the public k particularly r.cuested to ihe
?eem Damask Table Ci.iL,._c , asTt U ff_SrVd to _e
' ?Wf^0^' Thssale ?"?l commence
.l?o clock, -autognes at the place of sale. n2 ll*
FT Mercantile "Library Amsociat'oix.?-*..
teenth Anitaal COURSE OF LECTURES tobedebus,
at the Broadway T_b.-u.ide, 1U2-5,
INTRODUCTORY?An Oration on the occasion t? _.,
Twenty Second \sn?vers?y of the Association, on "#_?__
NESDAY EVENING. Nov. 9ih, 1842, by CHABQj
EAMES. Es?., and a Poem by PARK BENJAMIN *.?'.
The Iniroductory to commence a: six o'clock.
Nov. l..-Oae Lecture. RICHARD H. DANA.
"The Importance of a ngbt life to - true appnwj?.
lion of Literature, and the inn*'. ? ce oi l Uerat?t^
Nov. 22.?One Lecture. RICHARD H. DANA, S
" The character of Hamlet."
Nov. 29.?One Lecture. Rev. HENRI W. B K LIU** $,
Dec 6.?One Lecture. O. A. BROWNSON, Esq.
?? Government?its origin, -rgaailation, and rn?
Dec. 13.-One Lecture. ELIHU BURRITT, Esq.
"The indispensable character and tree?*?uy of popa,
lar Lectures in view of the present and prospective
wants of the community."
Dec. .O.-Oae Lecture. GEORGE BANCROFT, Ejq.
"Genius is the expression ot ihe spirit of the age.*?
De?*. ST.?One Lecture. CHARLES O'CONNOR, Ek?.
" The advantages resulting to Society '.corn ihe ?tady
ami practice of ihe art of Public Sp??king.**
Jan. -.-One Lecture. RICHARD H. DANA, Jr., Esq.
" The Foundation of Influence."
Jan. t7.-One Lecture. Rev. WM. H. FURNESS.
" The Charncieri_r_? of Genius."'
Jan. '.?-One Lecture. JOHN NEAL, Esq.
??The RighLs of Woman."
Jan.31.-One Lecture. JOHN NEAL, Esq.
" G?nerai Reading."
Peb.7.?One Lecture, w.m. m. EVARTS, Esq.
"The service of Political Economy in the advance,
merit of Society."
Feb. 1 ?-One Leature. Rev. HENRY GILES.
"The Spirit ol" Irish History."
Feb. 2I.-One Lecture. Rev. HENRY GILES.
" The Genius of Byron."'
Feb.?-?neLecture. RALPH WALDO EMERSON,
March7.-OneLecture. RALPH WALDO EMERSON,
The Lectures will be delivered on TI ESDAY EVEN?
ING of each week.
TERMS POR THE COURSE.
A Ticket admitting a member ami lady.Two Dol?an.
do. do. a non-member and lady.. Three Dollars.
A Lady's Ticket.One Dollar.
A Tickf?t admitting a Lady and Gentleman to
a single Lecture.Fifty C*iu<.
TickeLs are not transferable and must in all cases be exhib?
ited at the door.
The doors will be opon nt a quartet before seven o'clock.
The Lecturoi will commence at halt past seven o'cl?>.*k.
Tickets may be bad at the Library ; at Wiley _. Putnam*!,
No. 161 Broadway ; nt Bartleu ?? Welter?.-, No,229 Broad.
way; at William A. Le Blanc's, No. 'J77 Broadway; and
at the door of ihe Tabernacle on the evening of the Let'l_r?_
Members will obtain their Tickets at Ihe Library.
By order, CUTHBERT C. GORDON.
Chairman L??cture Committee.
Clinton Hall, OcL 31st, 1842. ? (2 o?l
f?T Irlercatitile Library At-oeiation.?
TWENTY-SECOND ANNIVERSARY.-This Anniter
sary will be commemorated on WEDNESDAY, November
9th, by an ORATION. POEM, and DINNER.
The Oration (by CHAS. EAMES, Esq.) and the Poem
(by PARK BENJAMIN, Esq.) will be delivered in tbe
Broadway Tabernacle, at G o'clock, P. M.
The Dinner will be served at Niblo's Garden immediate*
ly substituent to these exercise?.
TERMS OF ADMISSION.
To Hie Dinner:
For a Lady.$2.
To the Oration and Poem:
For a Lady and Gentlemen..50 cents.
Subscribers to the ltiih Annual Course of Lectures, or to
the Dinner, will be entitled to a free admission to the Ora?
tion anil Poem. Single tickets will be furnished (lo mem?
bers of ihe Association only) by application at the Library
Price 25 cents.
Tickets can be obtained at the Library, or of the follow- p
Committee of Arrangements.
Joint T. Rollins, Edwin R. Tremain, ^
Chits. Rolf1?, Wald ron B. Post, Jr.
C. C. Gordon, B. Pomeroy, Jr.
Saml. K. Satterlee, Henry R. Prall,
Ezra La.How. Jr. R. Burkbalter,
Isaac II. Bailey, Sidney C. Geuin. j
By ??nier of the Committee,
ISAAC H. BAILEY. Secretary.
Clinton Hall, Oct. 31, 1842. o3l tN9 I
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which H. G. DaC-EBS, No. SO Anti-st. New-York, is tliej
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of preparing tbem was left us a valuable legacy by Unit
truly 11 i.-1 i ti _ u i bed man, Dr. BENJAMIN Iit/sii, of Philadel?
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the Speech of Henrv M-IGS at the opening o? the Flirt?
the American Institut": The Procee<lings of the Home In?
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