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claimed in the Assembly a Representative. Mil
Itary otdere wer?, ?eut annoonctntithat Mnlh*r wa<
the Moderate candidate : but the raayority not yei
heirig ?ohject to the new law of electoral atranvn
lation, did not accede to the military idea of mod
?ration Recent acquitteia of Usa Press befon to,
tribunal?, aaaaji M tin- Ml ?of nhjat ting jury q iali
ficatioDS t" the tame aajraagaae rule tas the electora
law. ?Aberwise. Moderate n does not feel ?ecre
Undtr Louis Philippe the j-ia'iiicationafor sac!
Jurors was the MBM a? t?<<*e for eh ctors. So **
potsm worked m a ataajla circle, ffsaiaf the apo-'
cation of au-h a low, social roforn**. ?ff-"*"L?!
cooperation n. tt Ve impossible, for the sinp.?
reason that a trod an <>f tha pastata wnlcootnii t?a
Assembly and the Courts ot Juif ce-so cailed
Ibe wide.t lAorty and the greatest ca1-n are re?
quired for the ?mc (?.ion of the. (Imperative ques?
tion. There may be speculative ?*M,*aatDfW
saaasaV., rfc b ?aa* ?*??; but ^SSM^J^H^l
of the ;dv?nced'ew-,.ot the ^^J"?
many, nor capai'i.rb,-' so, aodl aha/Pf^?;
imative step, of ?sauolati? ??.?*^0J V *?
?am determined the. ^^??^?n??U
?Tl^s^rw^d Frangir tho ousting, of
? so?ipoiittct ?^:?70Wf?vbvgBtt,of,at0
nr?<tice ihe L?!?*?! s Gospel Lord brougham?
/ist blood? ri: en ? i' ?asista un tha necessity of
?rrrrerse tal.? md r-agu'fi'-erit adornments of
the Jodgea ao poto ted by the Crown for life. In
New York Jud," ? 'er t arma are popularly elected;
srd the d'fl- ? ? ? beswooohor legal t-ansa-ti-o*
S?d the Basj >sh CoorU it, comparatively spinning,
tiigt t-ttaein t-Vari.t ss, direetaeaa and economy,
andtbercveiseof thiso. So L?on Faucher makes
a report wtkm dlsaaaaaaj the impowibility of
Workmen* Aaoodatfoea?whilaj America bristles
with statis'ic?. all ptdntio? to the time wh-n the
workmanwi 1 dispense. w"h parasiticfanctions
T; erv Mthm ?as Hi ?'ages of growth, lU ditterent
r erioSs of ?irei gth It Ftaboa were permitted to
fc? Deny can- by isternal and external influent?,
iro is lif'd for that kind of Government. Her
?ccial amclirt-atiu!.* wast then com? very fait, for,
as her popu'atu"? lie? comparatively elose, and one
twci.tiith of tha money wo roquiro for rail wave
and other anodes of communication, ia needed by
her. The fri< te.n c,f the political and industrial
micbinrs ought to be vastly lest here than with
as, owing to es? i entrhtion and the absence of
Negro Slavery, l?ut now they aro vastly greater.
M Ti ?ers will Btthe alasumtlaught in the Com
nrittcc to c? t r. : < | Oft favorable to the throe million
dotation ot tbe Preatdaat It il stated that Louis
Pfcilipio opposes the Legitimist view of the
question, aia thiihs the money ou^ht to be paid?
Bis plunder vio.. liorna year?thatof
the robber prooeding Charles X. tbirty.six mil?
lions?civil n?t. The Leadttmlat robbors, be as
sared, will ri?, ht a hard battle to get hold of the
aforesaid civil litt again.
A butte illy in a caanrn's mouth? surh now it
Paris. Fashion and carnage afro-tt hand in hand.
Imagire a ci'y ol twelve hundred thousand souls
barricaded with a tkill that pa'l ancioM or modi*
aval lully ship to tic- Mash fir its bforiorily. Ima?
gine war tiopl it a Irom the tima of Hugh Oapat
down, a? though honor l?y ?'or e in making hr.y of
human grata almost before it waa ready for Death's
sickle. Imagine ?tern looking car ornes wherein
dwell whole communities of armed men. Imagine
these armed men daily en duty, fringing along gar?
den walls, palace?, vault?, r?sonnant square?,
echoing ajcaoea, with thooaands of muiL-ai inttru
ment?, trained to v.ork like a 1 u?;e inspired steam
engino of Apollo. Imcgtoe the beat blood of
Fratice select, n for tbete men at arms, for French
economy picks rut tha choice human cattle fir
slaughter, and )eaves the lame, halt, blind and
stunted to keep up tbe breed ; hence the military
standard bight hat been lowered from the utter im
possibility o? linding even enough of live-feet two
men to file.the rust of gfory. Imagine tbo heaviest
and swiftest ho'??, a (ot cu-a'rj?not only thehorses
that France can aupply, her equestrian fount hav?
ing run dry, but other countries. Imagine those
troops, susiaii.nl by 80,000 National Qaards, and
themselves numbe-icg actually 1.10,000, within
Paris. Having eataa so, imagbaa balls, parties,
dancing gardens, h'tcs, theaters, operas, galleries
of art, promenades, drives such as the world connot
show, and an a.ony of modcratethip co- working
with a frenzy of Reactionary and Rovobitionary
bates, delieit i cot, tenors, guiliotlnery, hell breath?
ings. All this is here. A:l tha arts that go to
make life bssjcidm ft"d l'?ely, in'erwove'i with
signals for BlsaiialBsIMai. lalwar Hilssj machines
for eterr.ity oi, credit.
Accompary mo to a grand Rcviow on tho Champ
de Mara. The d*y is beatttiful. Hero we ahall
have full opportunity of tfi-ing tho gr?>at men of
Paris. Names char-;;e?trad.tiont romain. A Pre?
identfor four year?, in*'.-ad of a Kusj for hfe, *e?k
ing ?Jliat.cc? with ktmsjSj. Ar d ye', the President
is so ruui h ?me a King that it would be diUL-ait to
tell the ditl'i mi co He it a small pattern of a m in,
witNiut ?lo i iy ? i pvoecii ?'?. Had he read tha
hand writing on the Republican wa Is of Frs-ice,
and been graudly anxtpta, it would have be:n
dtlieult to have n iiipamt d tfij altitude of bia re
nown or the eminence whereon '.he pooplo would
have plaied I.on lioafcs Nsposooo, however, rides
well. He ha? learn, i the trt in i?ngland, home of
well broken ?ai'dieborse?. He comes on the vatt
plain of tlie Chbinp? de Mars, whose architectural
beauty i? the ftmou* Polytechnic school,? rait pilo.
He approachca tie. Brilliant is his staili There ia
General Cbsngaroier, the ainiahlo chief who is
ready to thiow hot ?hot anJ Congrevo rockets, to
dispense concreto cruel::.a tD which ordinary at
aaaainatioii out of revenge is an angelic trait?all
these pandemonium essence a being now bottled up
to l?e distributed by the aforesaid chief, if tho mon
of February ahould daro to hold on the right of suf?
frage. On the ground are somo British otli.-era.
The people do not cry ?acre lea Anglais, because
the New Faith has taught them hater. Under
Louis Philippe I saw them at a review in theaame
place, execrate a bevy of young eaxon-haired red
coau. The people receive? the President without
applauae, ai.d the soldiers in dead eilence. There
la a good deal of heroic work. It reminds me of a
sat ot overgrown boys, or rather savage?, with their
paint, feathers srd war dances, but it is moderate,
civUiaed ; it ia affiliated with the Church ; it ia
blessed by the abatolle peacemaker?. Oh, chil?
dren aj tun I inheritor? of rag?, ?tr? w, shamea and
anaemias! bow long aro the two milUn? of harle?
quin raffiana on this Continent to tramplo out the
TaS!f . J &'? ,e * Huw ?"K 5 <*? ??(Pon
of Thor and Woden to color every transaction of
Ida, to onrtapt each Bbro of humanity, to blind the
aya for what is good 1 '
The Qswan mtut ia now occupied with iu pro
Jec*e for anieli. rations oi the poor What they are
worth when it auttaina Army, Navy, Beaureaucra
cy andFol.ro, atan expense which eaU up one
fourtb of tbe ettire pro-iuct ot Franco, may be
judged. What they are worth when they wish to
five tbo protnlent a day u much aa ought to sup
port him for a year, msy be judged. Those tbing?
make expenses enormously dear in Paris. Thi-y
aro rather iucreasing than remaining stationary. I
have lived in New York, ami for the expenses of
living?excepting wardrobe?I find them hore
three times aa great as there A dinner fit for an
American itomt-h coate is franct; a breakfatt?
meala being two a day-2 franca. Furnished rooms
ara very dear and ail ?xpenaee for copyright
books, Kogliso papers ten times, fraqnoatlT. as
great as with us. Po?uSB H enomiou.Iy high. So
are public amae. meita. My con?ngunt expenses
here are greater than my regular axpenaea in
New York. By this you may jadgejof what poor
fare iba mass oi the population havo. Women as
a class prostitute thematUes because they cannot
five on a franc, or a franc and a ball a day. There ia
no deliverance for the masses as long as such
wretches ss Legitimist politicians and priesU
Wall, tbe Ureek debata in tbe House of Lords Is
t??reunited ard there is a majority against the
Ministry, of 37 -lb'fito 132. Marvelou? is the ver
boseness over that affair, in print and in speech,
and yet what was it compared to the imprisonment
of the colored British subject recently at Charles?
ton ' The latter insult is pocketed ; the former dif
Acuity puU the Ministry, after Lord Stanleys
speech, in tha minority. Tha whole thing is not a
matter of tbo slightest importance? to the English
people- W bat loteresU them is the liberty ot tha
Press and of discussion, neither of which they poe
sess. A ludicrous incident occurred. Lord Brough?
am, who must bo distinguished always for the ex.
traordinary, insitted on a gentleman leaving the
Pearestes' boa, which io the new i loase occupies
tha same place aa tbe Foreign Minutera' did in tbe
old House The gentleman being tapped on tha
shoulder did so. It wss the Prussian Minister.
Tba incident created great laughter. 11 the Tories
get into power we 1 <ok for some new alliances.
TbauoderstsmJiiig between England and Russis
is much better than is supposed. Ruaaia crushed
Hungary, atayed the tide of Revolution which
would have rolled over Germany, France and Eng
lar i, England i? gratofu!, and tabea up tha H jo
ganan massacro loan Proba Jy th.? invasion of
HoDgary wMondertaken with the ?'?*"*M
I? at tr? r?pense, of tba war could be met in
The trae nrpabllcaa Party-DrFlaiie?.
t? Hte K?itor of TSi TrUmu:
The error? c* romitted by Mr. Kendall in his cor
rtspor.de-ce with the ?Vr?Orhant Pu-nyune hai
muled trie SrwYoik Erprett, aod perhaps others,
with refercnceto the people of Pari? and the ean
dio'atea the y tit et. d on the luth March Bo ?poakl
tatorani af ur measured reproach ol the Domo
rr?tie pony in France, and o? Vidal, Carnot anj
tie in particular. Itu duo to truth an I to
the Ci^inty of tba American Pre?? tbatt.ere sn .u!J
beiogrta? mistakes of fact com niitt-d b M
totlaatrawglaaaf tkwFiwaak people afaJaitbad
Jtl irnasIB? It i? a mistake of fa it no dmbt tg
norantly committee', v. hieb- this letter b bawwdad
to correct, for 1 v. id Bat Mat OB apaoniaf my de?
cided opinions in favor of the Dtrunrrate of Paria ta
the . xiravf pant Maternent that tbey would run af?
ter any body in the ?hape of a kin?. 1 do not bs
litre that even Loui? Philippe, with all hi? rauo.il
for dei.cui.ci. g Pari? by hu OWO BMatfa an 1 that
of hi? I' ?. ?"?? '?' t?, enter tain? exactly tho aaroe
of | rayai taatao o? "tha vile metro
udc" Go:zot aleowfa ois hero on tho
?wot, might bo anotad ngaiaat Mr. Kaadail, to say
i ? tha Irk add of Henry v. tnd the ftattar
frsefM. Bonaj to. Tie people of Paris ibraa
,., I ti, m a? at buy. Bot to tba miitako of fiat,
I ptse over tho denunciation of Vidai an 1 Caraot,
end cr-mo toDeFlottc. Mr. K. ha? altojather mil
stated I i? position and that ol hi* ?appartora.
Thtir roai'.ion is the reverse of what hi? letter
elate? it to be. He ?t?te? that L>. was ono of the
uiiurgetts of June, lain, and of the party bf tho
barricader! ?ho were all guilty of ?treot RM i r
TI at ho wa? caught in the fact,/nV-f, condemned,
?entenced to bo transported, and uUcrward par
doned by tho President and restored to bil ?vi
right?. 'That the people of Paris aro M I
i/.-d that they oolaotad tbb eon* cted felon and hu
coileagnco over the sound Repablicanaof tba 8 n
ernmenl ticket 1?>e Exvrnt also tirant a hard
blow ati.be Pariiian? for ?jiaottag aacb a rapnibata.
it i? not in'petttueut to ?ay to the 1-lxprttt that tins
wa? the language preciae.ly of the dafaaot horso
lot bey Bcutinckin regard to Mr. John Mitchell, the
Irish Republican, the lirat victim ol lit*, and tha
i r \-j Din up totbo mark inlrclar,.). Tfoit ??gtlefa
Lord, who lived with groom? and jockoy?.?at occa
sioually in hi? red coat in tho House ei Ooaaaaoaa,
wbaiebawal tho unfortucato objec', from day to
day,of D'laraab'apraba, abused the whole com
n axd if the eOBYsCi ?hip bccau?u they trotted Mr.
Mit< 11 i. a? a lei.'nw mau. About the 1rs', of his
parliamentary flouriiaci wo? ajaint "aooai
Moa" WBO, for having ton w-li ioved and ?erved
hi? country, wa? caught, tried by a oorrnpt Judge
cd a packed Protestant Jury, (be a Catholie and
the county Catholic) eonvdeaanod, sentenced and
transport? d. Butu to M. Do Flotte. Ht KM
'nn/ i/' aU. He wai> made prbowar after tho bat?
tle ol June, \?n*, in a general haul of aUaaapaoted
peni s. Nountii jirotond? to know Wbva aida ol
the barricEoe? he ?tood, and he. ha? rtv? atadly de
fit d the Government to prove hi? having beca an
innrpt: nt by a ?ingle witneu. In tba midst of lie;
panic tba Constituent Auombly and General Ca
viignae pasted a ikerte of Irantpvrl'Uion en
matte of the thoutands who verein jn? ontutpi
(?ton. They were ?ent in hero? to the seaside pri
?or.a of Saint Michel and Belle Isle. They were
intended for Algiers; but by tho late law are to be
sent to tho Marquet?s laiaiiJs, 1*900 leagues ?Yum
During Louii Bonaparte's canvas? fur tho Presi
detcy he promiied to amnesty all thoio mon with?
out any distinction, if eiecod. Such promue?
were printed in handbill? and aoittarod over the
whole country and posted on all tho wails. I karg
one in my own possession. This was a vary sue
oaaofal oevice. it struck struight at Gcnoral Cay.
B'gnac, tbo opponent of Bonaoarto, and was re?
ceived by the people aa a ?olema plcdga ot svm
patly for piisoner? who had never been tried at all,
nt even by a dram head court martial. Ho was
elected, and did not amnesty accordii g fo promise,
till almcst a year afterward, when ha did release
the largeit part of the accused, Da Flotto with !
the rest. The Democratic party hid never ceased
to demand the promiied amnesty ; but if not, than, i
at least, that the prisoners sl.oui.l he triad accord- !
ii ;.-to law. it vu usertcd and tu?teved that per
?ono had been arrested and pnnbhad who wero '
total stringer? to tho ininmction Both tha A?.
atnoblie? and the President ware aliko deaf to the \
pi pu.'ar demand so tar as the six hoodri d ram tin- ;
n g lut March were concerned. The po^la of i
Paris determined therefore to make a snoot em?
phatic prottat agaiaat tho punishment ot an hau- I
died Frenchme.i by traiuportatton wit mut trial. !
They aCrpted Do Flotto as tne expression of that :
pioti st, bei au?o he v> as one of those who were ?o '
conde nine d without hearing ai I dioariminatbn.
Bo far from preseiiting his name in app.-obatto . of j
an insurrection, "street murder," it waa done for '
the distinct atd noble porpoie of vindieating tha |
first principle of all lawi human t ml divine tnat no |
overruling power ought to confound tho tanas nt
With the guilty; that judge? of ?orno ?ort, either
military or civil, should bear the caso before exe
cutir g sentence. Carrot was adopted at tho samo '
time to expreu a proteat againat the law of public j
iiatruition, or rather of public ignoranco. Vida!
wa? choaen aa another expression against the j
whole reactionary legislation of tha Assembly,
especially on the right to labor. Theso two moo '
are very superior writer? and thinker?, and will ?it j
?robablyia many future French Assemblios. Do j
Flotte 1 know to be a gentleman, a scholar and an '
i niter. To crown all, he is a man of seme and a j
patriot No person can converse with him without
being struck with his capacity and high breeding.
In the debate on the bill transporting political
offenders, M. do Flottes argument waa very re?
markable indeed, and I therefore abstract it for
the consideration of your reader?:
" in aocli Bl societies, the penal l?w bad upiation of (W
(vtta* lor Ha principle Tberef >re ibe leglsl&'.or was most
iogt-it.'u? ;o ..mile?! out punitbmer-i proportioned to toe !
eoorttlly of eacn crtme commuted. Ha never bollered
hlmtelf to be sutrieWutiy rigorous. Ha was cruel; bul, at
least, according uj bl? point of view, he was logical.
"In placeo! Ibis principle, CnrUttanlty bad sabsJtuied
??other By the Cens?an doctrine, Oui alone decrees ex?
piation and determine? It? exloet. Tbe legislator baa
uoibicg oior? to do than to moralize t? I criminal, ibal Is to j
?*}-,tu impoae u|hjo bit conscience tba: moral law wmch
reigo? overall contcleoce* ?IiVe?to mn?ra bl* opinion?
wiio ib? opinion* geaeraiiy received, ana
glon eoolalu* ibe tortnu a
" Bat from Uw day wben the liberty of thought bad been
recognized and pruclansed, loi? second penal principia
had a ?o been ?MUoynd aoriety canuot now pr?iend lo
tupes? on such lOdiTldual die cu.iocuve opinion ll reigns
to longer o?er lb? con*oetic? ; ll ha* jort.dicuon only over
tie ?xiertal aeu Oce mu*t not u.a any more of expia
Uon nor of niorat/atloo 'at tf npxatwt. aid? mor ili.u..?,.
?? ibe alu.'.?l?r ol Ju?lc? bad ju?i done, iciivia! Stm*4t)
Htvgthut ?,;/ta? tvytth-r ii onct. In our day, two eou
U-aJictor* idea*. kV>ci?iy na* B.)'.btnh' moro I, day than a
rlgb'.- wblrt co poraun dream* of conl^itmg?tht r1?bi of
KUarastretcg u j delet.dlog luelf. Wbal ba* It to do for
thai purpoie i To put blm who armi blm?a!f agantt It
BSSaa inrpcuiiiiintyof burUng It. Tau 1? the liant of lu
ri|ibi-itat oug'.i to be the boundary of tu rifar. And that
Ultra reason wtry all severity which exceed* thl* objacl
tniuclly revoit* public oplnloa, uaosforms the culprit into
a victim, aco maie? ?ucceed to la? borror wbicb crime lo
?p ri *, thai ?>mpalhy wblcb ?cITerlug excite?, ibat inutreat
?h'.ch a.w?5? arru?pao?ta a auflirar. Tua (;o use lha
Word? cf lt.de floue) a remarBabln phenomenon ban
pen* : it t* upon ibe jailor. It U on Ute axec juodbi-, Il U on
?ocltry tue!:, thai lb? *eDliinent of borror U thrown, wbicb
at ? r?i bad or ii* object toe crlm? and lb? criminal Taee,
vtl.'-n too lata, die sovereign ex are?*?? regret aud maXn?
t-xrotn? In vain, for lb? culprit ba? txcom? a martyr, in
nearly every Irtuocn an outrageous SSSIUSII ? U bol a
?ocre? of popularity "
The consideratioL? presented by M. de Flotte
were intended to bo followed by a conclusion
agaic?tthe law of tmeeportation which ?ends finn
Frenchmen ?vtpected of political ofTen?e? to the
Marqueaaa Islands, a distance of l?.?oo miles
from borne, where they are to bo buried alive in a
prison, and linger without light or air tul they die.
M de Flotte?concluicn wu arrested by tha ?m
patieLce and unfairne?? of the majority, who do?
tent the Advc-ate even more than the causa of ha
msi.ity for which be lifted his voice with such phi?
losophy and moderation. The coneluaion can b?
supplied by any man having a head to uoderataod
Lu promue? or a heart which respond? to hi? nobia
sentiment?. It is, that luch trocaportatioa as the
Beptb ican Government of France pro.toie? for
thesuppoaad ?usurgenta of June, wbo were never
tried at all, io an excessive panishmeat, an loa
that ktrount oppoocd to tbe manners and new in
ititutioLi i !" Fnnee; that in drawing up such a
law, tbe Ministen of tha late pnlitioai prisoner of
Ham, now President, have overshot the mark, aod
tb*t tbe execution of tbe bill will prodoce aa effect
directly adverse to its intenti ?n. It is high time
:l at the irwmen of America left tbe wrong side of
F-eiKti affairs and so> k ap tbei paawJaian tbe
ii^ht. A 8?r.ri.Ka ttari/aLicaa.
ayTwrt.vr Pat* IB tm Ton??,-' i? tlM
of a little volume, completing the series of de
ti?e sketcbc? tf adventures in tha life of,
Gkeeh, who in tbe character c'' Re
1er" bas obtained suoh a wi.i n-debrity ii
i sated States. Mr.Oreea rafataa ? ? *
with ss raorh eppe'eit o-."d'>m, at if he
writing the history of a';"!lv r p -i -, anja.
fsstidieus concealments, and lasitjisrlaj in no u
er decree of egotism than ia int. parable fra
autobiographical narrativ.v The p-,tei.t vol
I.ko t'<. precc'ling one?, ah lunda in rtcy
nVsMw?Bawtltllia af Wh on the- ". etten wi
pointing out the tricks of black!:*!?? and twinr
snd prtscr.tirir a h.r-id picture of the vie
which tbe author took all the. raffelet >
berime a esotras Of of dial
detcription? beat tbe mar?-? of go.-) ''vti. th
often drawn in itrong clora. ?hev are ri:
amuiing tcci.. t, blended with incnenti tfiat
?ay a fearful aran laatly derived
bitter Batan ? . 11 ad?
I on 1?
devotir.g himself with chariot-ritue shrewd
cr.d enrrry. (New-York: William 1
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EP'"The BorTHtn.N LtTriRAKr MessESci
(July,) edited by John It. Tiiuai?on. sustains
hi h intellectual ten-? lot arhiofa Ibat Magazin
. ' a
h g a liaguior variety o! Ictrnicj ar.d accompi
rr.cnti an-.cr.g its contribatciri, and aa arce!
jad s?est oa thopsrt..i it? Rditor. Theflrat i
? le, on " Morell'? Philosophy of the [tlrieteeath f
tnry," capotea tiie pr?tons ? it sopero
writer, whom nothing but tha degraded ttati
philcicptical investigation in England could h
raited to the brOliaat Lut laotitiow; r?pate)
wMck le i "w aajoye. " Mr. Morell is merelc
itray specimen in the British 3eas from the t
shoal of itnel! tiih that ?port about tho Lewie?
of French Philosophy."?-A graceful articlo on
8a!oons of Pans gives a lively picture of the pi
ent social state of the French metmp? lit, an E
torical Sketch of tho Knights of Mi!ta,from
pen of Mr. Winthrc,\ U.S. Consul at Malta, aboa;
in valuable information, and several miscellan?
ontr,butions, make the present number one of
cu;iar abi'ify ruid interest. (New-York: 8old
Dcwitt A. Davenport )
fy "Tug Knickerbocker " for July has n
tea exceeded in the substantial valuo of
leading artielea or the apetkliasj vivaeity (,f ?t? I
?tor's fable, by any former number of that racy \
ricdical. The tint article is an ab!y written Mem
en tbo " Storming of Ticcr.dcroga in 1758," from t
pen of M. Dudley Bean, evincing profound bi?tc
eul research, and a rare g'?-l fartaae La oolleeti
a fund oflotereetiaa; anecdote relative to tho ti-n
preceding the Revolutionary War. AmoagOti
(CLttibutcrs "??.? notice the names of Mrs. lio*i
\V. II. C Hotmer, T. It-mo y n Back, aal II.
Stoddard. Tbe Editor's Table i? rio!, in th? pi
tonal remini:ccncei,scenes bon childhood, aad d
BertptkU of rural life, which gnsh from the fljwii
pen of" Old Ki.ick," with tho freshness and ha
.' m of a mountain stream.
?y " Tur. Ajiebioa!? Juritsw. or the tfxi
H Sciences," (July.) opens wi'h an account
tn extrs?rcinary ?urgictl case, in wltic'.i a bar
iion was driven though Ibe bead of a young ma
removing a portion of the brain, without doitrevir
i.fc or intelligence. 1 he narrativo iidrsivnup wi
caro by Dr. II. J. Bifetaw of Boetoo, aDd taajjet
many cariou? qaeettuoe, espeeitily to the Pnren i
eins. A variety of medical intelligence and di
cussicncompletes tho number, which i?ono of'mo:
than comme h interest. (New-Wk . BohJ by C. I
Flattest ft Co] _
fjf "The C?aisTtaa Paki.ok Maaastsri" [J
1; | is embe.iiihcd with an engraving fracs a d?
guerreotype of Jenny Lird, and a tina mezzotu
by Sartain. The reading matter ia of a taparle
order, embrtcing article? on " The Heroic Peri id c
the Christian History, "The Wives of Hcc.r
VIII." "Iho Mysterious hlnockicgs. ' "Jenn
Liad," beside several poetical cent -i butions. Th
Review of Passing Evei.ts is an interesting foatur
of the Magazine, and shows the industry an
judgment of the Editor to grea? advantage. (Now
York : Geo. Pratt ) _
13'" ' Tiik AMERteA? Will'. Review," (July,
is the first number of a new voiame, and present
an improved typographical appearaneo. I; is em
Ulliahed with a portrait of Hon. Samuel 8- 1'nelpi
and among other artielea, contains an el-buat
critique on Allston's " Lestares on Art,' written ii
a tpirit cf high appreciation of that ramtrktb'.i
work, a review of the '? Memoirs of Thomas Jcl
ferson," conimenting on tha career of tbe Virginii
statesman in a tone cf not unmingled eulogy, i
favorable notice of the " Village Notary," and ai
intcreaticg survey of "The Pjcta aad Pcctry of thi
QP* SlLLIHAN I "JuiHNAL Ot BCIIMCB ftM
tub Akts,'' (July,) baa contributions from Franc?
Alger, Dr. B. A. Gould, Esq. Charles Wbittebry
Jt lirio? Wyman, Dr. C. T Jack?on, and other dm
tinguisbed scientilie writers. Tbe number cotei
with a rich collection of sclen'itie intelligence
(New York: Sold by C 8. Francis >V Co.,
EP* ?? Browhsoihi ut arteri.t Review, ' (Ja
ly,) has a reply to the Ctrtiria? Examiner in the
vi aal trenchaU ttyle of the Editor, and articles ol
at i-tiderabie u.tcreat to the thtaatlsjtoeJ reader, on
'Bt Peter and Mahomet, "Capea Four Yeart
Experience,' and "The Mercereburg Th-?o!ogy '
New-York; Sold by Edward Dunigan.)
J3T "Taa Ladui' RErosiTortT," (Botton, Ju?
ly,) edited by He.nrt Bach, it an interesting
number of that popular periodical, with contriba
tiens frcm tbo Editor, lUv. T. S K.mg, Mra. C. M
Sawyer, C. F. Le Fevre, Rev. Jahn G. Adamf
Mary A. H. Dodd, and othert. The preseat nam
ber commences a new volume (New York Sold
by HaUeck ft Lyon.)_
J3T We have received "Tut Pabii.t Da?
TisT" by Cuts A Df Buochet, M D. from Lip
pincatt, Orambo ft Co. Philadelphia, "Mar of
the UtiTtD 8TATta and Cabada," Isr^e and web"
execated, from J. DistemeH ; tod "ArrLtroa's
T^AVtlgK.?OolI.B,?' a nteful mtnatl on a aew
pis?. ?Ml pnat.d up to tha latest dates, from D
Apj.lctoo 6l Brothers.
I3T "Thi Ladie?'RcrotiroaT," (Cincinnati.)
for July, edited by B. 7. Tcfft, is a richly embel
lished number, and containa articles of a hu'i liter?
ary ar.d religious character. (New York Sold by
0 Lane aid L Scott)
XW "SraiaoitR A Tow?he?iV? 1nrit"UTin
si Wtiiu Miscn.LanT," No. 5, il pnoc'^aHy
taken up with the " Dom of Danta a," from Fra
ten Msgizin.-*, and contain?, in addition, toma in
terestir.it morceaux of literary inte!!; o
fir" "Littells LlTlM Aie." Mo. Jil, coo
tinuci the ?tories of Lettice Arnold, and Jdaarica
Turncy, and hu a very agreeable selection of mis
.eilar.tow? articles. (New-Y.uk. D. ?vitr. ft Da?
venport ; _
?#** ?' Tmx Votiup.? Maosziuk.' published by
MFiLch and R. Sewell, and ? Mrs. Whitteljet s
Maoazihe i or Mothers," |Iu!y.; coataia articlw
fri m able contributors, suited to the pnpalir taste?
on juvenile religious education.
O** "The Stcdest, (July,) is tho third num?
ber of a peried.cal de voted to the improvement of
youth, ?r.d psrallabad by Fowlers A We!l?.
J3r "The Life or Christ," by Joti.t Fleet
wood, No. II, with elegant illustrations, is pub
Habadk] T*"i?, WiBoagbby ? Co
IV "TRE.'.Tirr. un Maiu.ie ahl. Naval Arcmi
ixrivuz,' by Joit.-r W. GirriTii, No. 7, u issued
irore! A Co.
? ?a? ?
Pur T -i T..
Education and Crime.
Mr. Rlmt'.'K: 1 am a western man, bat thareia
no question which so deeply interests ma as tha
educttion of tka pawnla. It i* tho greatqaostion?
great, to the Farmer? and great to the pnblio ?|
arge. Thi? question is now directly presented to
the people ot New-York, and to thia State, is the
attection of the who! j West directed. If Now
York?tho leading State of tho Union?tha I"
Bute in ?\?r^ sense, should de eat the Free School
System at the coming election, New-York will cot
:? r.ly s??erer frcra such a catastrophe. The
whole W< it. embracing o.uoo.oo'J 0f people and an
Biwaof MO.OOO sjoware milea orof3iv.tr. i,0O0of
arrt??thi? ?reit and nourishing West,from which
eomuch is "expected by tba friends of Progresa,
wiBOalTor abo. The example of New-York will
be most povrcrful throo?'hoat thct wide, fraitfal and
beantifal natnaia lr, then, tba paaploof thb Sate
would start the world ahead in a!! that is .-nod, lot
?betasjartinaajndntretifytbttWt ?? - Syateai
and '!>. bra to tho waiting We?: that ovary child
?ball bo thoroughly educated. Bat it'they lo>k
Ujwo U eut of man with abso'uto Indif?
ference. t!.vy will defeat the F.-co ?yitem and Pro?
gress wiil receive a ikoek wbiek ii will require
y. a: a of ctr*cst effort to evoroorno. W ith ovnry
tme man, there is but one way in wbkb to dejeido
thi? question , and that i? to voto for Free Stbotl?,
and to vote everything which the tstosVagk educa
tion of the pawafa sboaaada.
1 have said that this is a most important ? ica
t'.-n to tba farmer. Why T Because he must con?
tinue to lr,-.-.It nbback with a'artstt toil Rtttil ba
?ball become sofnciei't'y ????eiiigent to direct a1! hi?
labor to tbe grcaUtt advantage. Aa educated Iar?
mer can moke more with hill the toil than tue ig
?iuiMit one. An intelligent farmer ean mak
living ircrn fifty acres by laborinr; less than halt his
time. He csn live in good ?tyie, enjoy every in?
tellectual and sccia! privilege, with plenty of time
to enjoy real happiri.-ss. But au onlnaaBigantoao
cannot livo in decent itylc with tho most slaviih
U il. lhese rre facts, and I kn*?- tbeai to be f?.-ts.
The friends of education declare that it is the
onto means of baniiom?; vice, crime, p .verty and
woe from the world ; but they ore rat r. by the un
bteltigeat with the most fnro'.jui usertian that
Edncition d"e* not diminish vice aod crime, Tab
is a most irrations' assumption.
But let the fallowing fact? tell the ,tory. It con?
tain? a record of crime in the great Blata of New
York for ten years put. Tha ti-st column is the
years, tha se?)' .1 is the number of conviction? m
njl i h Coarta of Record, the third i? the naaber of
n education, the f-iuith of tolera..e < .In ?*
tu n, and the bfih those of a gJod education:
Tan Conest?*! aod tts?r E?mcatitm.
v ?; ..?r R? ark?kail M ? lawk* sat
1 mu. tat 01 u
ittai. . -' M v>
ItV. loi l^-1 1*
.. ZJMI 210 M
: , .3.191 Hl 01 'i
,' l.3,??7 Ui * '.
,.s,as ti si *j
iKi7.liai ? ? u
. i1.... .: \i 1?
Total.. ?j? -i.i. i?
Now let any man who can calculare ia simp's ad?
dition read tins table and notion ito facts. In 1040
tie number of educated conrieta was 300, wlu:e
the whole nuip.b.r of c .tivietioii? WB* 9,4 ?). < or
; barrro; list, n aiiyo who slander the
aim vie by
Of 1040. Only II onto' 1,638 oonviotsooa weraed
mated. Here, while the con vicions !itv-.- inereued
liity por cent, the number of ed ? ts de?
creased nearly one tHwi'ctnd percent!! and that
t-,o wbita the rlamber .-; ? labbaikaaa
contact.'}- increasing !
The nereaae of oooabtsoni is principally due to
the ii'.ercacc of tha Io.mu, and po-ir population.
That there ha! been i guetter increase of cenri -.
ti..n? than of the population is not qaast*oaad but
u the fscts show all th'.a increase has been among
tba tanorant, f I they hsve decreased amour, the
:.t with great and mest encouraging ra?
Now, then, what say you f Willyoavot
tha Free School Byatosal Will you n'tt rather
vote it on s s- i Btgbef plane, in order that your
state may lead the""worl-i in oil that is great and
But further still: I csscrt that no truly eJuc-.ed
man ever did or ever can commit a crime. It is so
CM ntrary to his motives that he cannot do it. 11 *
fet lir^s ?re pure, his thoa^l.H correct, ?ni hi? ae
t. M righteoui. Hi? life i? a constant pialm of
praise to virtue, truth and < rod. A man may grad?
?ale and ?ti 1 be gnasly uneducated. His int dlaot
msy be cultivated, but his moral sentiment! mar
he neglected, and such a ooe may be a criminal.
It ia an education of the t-/w.V man that ia de?
manded. Each child should receive a fuii and har
II development. To thia he liai a right,
and it ia an infinite robbery to withhold it trom
Let then the people think of thi?, and not inllor a
few dollars to outweigh oil that is valuable to man
?outweif-h virtue acd happiness ! If the present
law be defective, it can be amended by the Legia
lsture i but don't voto down tho Free System ; for
it will be considered u voted down if the present
lsw be defeated by the people.
I shall scon return to the West, hut I shall ke -p
my eye upon the Sute of New York until this
question shod be decided. 1 have extolled the Sch.wte
and the School Libraries of New York, and shall
ot utinue to tell the West of her glory, if the cim?
ier election shall sustain Education. All Heaven
is wat? hing the people in t-.i? struggle, ? ,,j if the
prople declare that every child of tho State shall
be qualified to sing with them forever, aba whole
H sj host will make all Heaven rin \ with tha
?ocg of "Peace on earth and good will among
u?rn." Your?. Ac. L. A. Uine.
The New Treatment of Apoplexy la the haad?
af a tirar? hora- Mac.-.-??.ut su n*u?l.
A gMiltman of tb's city, on a tour to ibe Wast, tba?
witte* bosae to t'.? frteeds ander date of tba ZI Inst i
"I came through pleuant'y, although the day
was hot enough for anybody. Nothing of any spe?
cial interest occurred, except that an old man had
an attack of apoplexy. The conductor ha I got
acme ice when 1 found him. There wss no phyii
ctan on the cara, and I was present perhaps from
lityi 1 do not know what else. Bat li .ding a
?rapid set arcuid him, I put in ; got a cushion for
b;m, raised him up, acd applied the ice to his head
?o effectively that he wu quite himself in k-if an
hovr. I suppose if a doctor had been tbera ha
would have let blood, if any thing could bare been
found to bold it in. Tba old usan wu from Pnila
delphia. his wife with him. I found, when wa
?reta about through, that it waa my Brat casa ia
E rut ice, u tbe lady called mo ' doctor.' I told
m I ns^nottobotior.''
AffoTHiR Homicide.?Cecil County, Md. wia
??ein lut week tba scene of death by violence.?
Jsmn A Hyrnnrj of 8*?*arraa Neck kUled a maa
r ?t.. d John Cubry oo Thanday e?eainr, hv ?tob
Ui -,- bim with a kaife. ; H uto a Whig.
a?aesaa Ntoan Navlsroii?? <?nveoMea at Old
C-nn??MijijdetKe of T&e Tntrane.
Oeir P,iaT. Ta. Bararj,,, j,iy<t lM?
n., r!^OOT*Ltiou ?*" D-?l?-?ate. aaeeealaad ?t th?
0,1 p?i,,t H.'tei on thet.h, to rjsaaMtvthe eaaa
?h?<7 of establishing a Direct Trade with Barepe
tf ??? .ru doD:o? ^?* ^y00-1 *? ?>??*??
"dnwuie officer* of the Coo^utKaT
??reV^PrAar.*^ fc?' ?-pSTt?
>?? VrrVem-W a. f. ?!ftU, R H OaHab-r of H ?a
tnoii.StiLUrJT 8-.?,er. TboeWo. ir^J^Z. w- i'
ce,ne tarn of lWo.k. J^a, ?. CuanlugalTrf r^l
A C rmoiittee of TkaTrta?B] ??as appointed to pr?
pare tho bmioett of thj C'uvention; briof ai
dret-es weio doltvercd by Jadge Maton, ttjbt, (J.
Scot?, Esq. James Lyon, Bee> o? Ri hm m J aad
Geo. It'ow, Jr. Etq et* HortVk,ami the meeti g
then aijo'jrt ed tu too next moraicg.
Teetarslej n..>.oi..g; "..h the fjoewettttaa reis
?enibicd in the Chapel of F^rt Mnaroe, when a
sarita af appropriate reeolai?aae wm r*p :i^ ?jy
the Committee ami unacim iut v adopte l. Toe ra
co you tho tubf.ai.ce of tr.c-u la the- shortest
compass (Kotible :
Fsref: Deolaree the opio,.m of the Co mm i tee
that it it of great import aaae m Vir^-.uia. and an
the Boothora States trhoea ptodeeoh ?ei.tto (few.
York and ether Forthcrn ports far ?hiprnont, tha
s afreet ci rionuiocei""!, by a line of rtesm?rs.
shi.uld bo ottabbeoed betaraaa CU'tapeaha Bay
? ? d On at Britaio, aad theooe with other markets.
tjeetnit That the efoatborafJute? ar,? .
to pfticipate eqaalig with tbe Njrf. in ail mats
uret of public utility. HesaOe it i? urged that it it
the duty ot tbe (iovtrnment to afford them e.?ial
postal r?<-iHti>?, eta aad to afford ea much ?id to
the cstablishmr nt cf a lino of ocean ?tcaaiivs from
tbe Booth, u it hat afforded to similar lia? from
Third and Fmrth.- Provide for tbe appoiat
mentof two Ci/mtiiittee? of Five?one to mem real?
ize Cocgrcts, il-! the other to petition tho Virginia
Leaielatare in retatme to rhi? mtfer.
Fifth : Sets forth tho opinion of tho Convention
that, if the pottage?? re -eivedon the ooatemola'.e'
?Lo of steamers shall fat a timo fail stunt of the
i wh'eh ought to be pa> i under the coatra t,
'..'i i cited Mtates aril] oo rally Indomnilod l?y tbe
facility which wii! bo afforded, of adling to tha
s'eani farea of the Navy ou any sudden and press
T!-(.'.'miuitiee appointed to petition tho Legis?
lature of this Stete havo been regaooted ta i
and pabl?tk the petition by the first of Novombor
The Convention then agreed to adjourn to rnoet
at such time and placo a? th.- Ciimioitdoe tha? de
tigr.atc ? and the Committee aro instructed to in
vit? the Bttoadaaca of *'! wlto ma/ f?*il an interest
in the tcccmpl-.sl.nicut of tbe eaterpise.
Ti la Bmvemeat among tho c-tiiena of the ' Oid
Don.ir.i^n' posaWtaMaeoaaal rabia importance and
? meek attention. 1 no matter has bean
taken bold of in e;?.-> 1 Beta est, and we thai! *'?ou
hear more of it. Years. Ac.
: ? iJKAL *U LIU*.?.
er Few 1er? dk Wein. Phrenotogl?uao?t Fu?
1 tauen, CUctou Hal!, Ml Nawan ?t a ?tr toe Fart,
Cf Dr. Phew*? tVatrt-Cure Inatltntloa, I a*.
C-r Twelfth-stand L'ntvert'.ty-place^ m9 if
CBri.ehunca Nprlna? \Vnt?>r-?lnre RatublUh
ment U no? 'ii lu daui y*r uf tucceatful uperaiuci.
Bur../ r<ur.iloc addiees
j,8 in.' N. BKDORTUA, M D.
say* Dr. ilnu.tnion a water i ure cttaciltb
aa*m,? HO ?, Weal i>i9v?nib ttreei, ttro* djor? trvz
i'o?dw?j. _ Jel? la*
t??r Water t'are.-T. L. Nichols, M D. and Mrt.
t*ova Nie-NoLt, x7 West ,i'?v"otT-te<-oo'l-?t. osar H'.x:r>-av,
Coristiliaiions from lo to t faueaui received for fail koerd
lre*iri-ni, dag aTSStaasalj '" V.tlted at Iteti rasldeacs?.
try The ''(?rtuittc . ?uuuvuli. Wutor ?,uie."ai
8o.?rarf.J, N. J.occ tou ? rVti ;>y fiUio?J fi^a, IBeClqr.
Th? eittLllthraent has p-lvai? but!;* au?; Vd lo th.* r?a
BaSaW rocm*. Addrass Dr MKltKKR. 8. Orange, N. J.
CTT* Wo.ter-l'uro Icatliutoa t lt> *???' i'.iun
tr>.- Or. Tkall recelvm oaiie.a* at .1? ci>imiJodlou? city
establiiiii^eLt, I '< LatcBf-sl ?ud ai Oystm bay, L I. C j u
uiurtc-: ..... staaoal u I
railroad. Ueaeral prac 'xa atwadeJ to. CoutuJiatlua* *?'.
ttT O'UleUt'a Teieoritpk l.lnoe esaasttsta
?roadway Open from s Id ihe Btortdnf Oil II at oi<ht?
Viatienla i> ?. fork who tu<* accost ? i ? -..tarUrjj
my ?ectloti of Oat
i: .llrcfii- ?, K,,I f,rl ll Btetr I' t?-i*?l to leave il-ilrdl?
i rt Cits olee, to lua-i? pionini and correct tract.
Bi'atloc. ^_ J* tf
RTXotlce te Oeatrai c?r?.-;?-?'el propottit for
IbesradlDg. masotry, ? tratra<rttio, faTtsu? tbo
irar? ?Ld feneitgUM ('? ??iiJaVii vil Crcli'g Ealuvsd
( ?? ? . f ftauritad, will
he rrealved atibe office of Joba ? King i Cj contractor*.
Ir, C?i eodajfsa, until IK" tS 'i ilay or J..ly
I',. ? - ? . . .... I ?? .. ^ii ? be ufl S . I the Chief
Ei fltie. a, afusr lite 2&U) lnM
T - P.oal 1? abi'iii J'i BtUeslfl c'ugili?!* divided iato
? f . t- niieeafh.
1 ? v. I i ? ro?:tlved OQ tlofle seettoo? or for ?a ?ra1
tnlteil JOHN?. KlSiik C ).
C>at',(la?KU?,Ji'ly.'', If*>1._ JvJi^u*
cay "Vt,ti#'#>.?t ;e,? ibaertthw? le thi eaattsl ttsekoftta
Paamrsia? ?nrl (laekeoaai k Railroad Cotapeo/are resjassl
sd to i""*i at Feier aVreMeaeoa'? Uoari la Paarxm, uaihe
17lh day Of Ju I r,<- > t, lit t'iei pur,Mr??. of eS)?0?tag ?^"er;
it The!'., ? will de open f-oiti 10 o'clock A M. to
J o'clork T M -r?rer*.ir, .,?(,? 19, inyi
C. 8 VANVVAfON?A, 0 K A?r.KN.
J. CHAUWir.K, tllKlsr.jPfcll COLT,
r HAOINNIS. JOHN At.KKR?4AN. Jr
HKNRV U. VOORHEEH, Jr. C^mmusl?aers.
tW Ta Bett HitUere.? tan ilperaUv") Bakers' UlIod
(i. .iinof Can Reaiii.iK-R oat and Ukrary,ls now op*>n at
1.7 Orand-?Ldaliy, from 6 A N Uli 4 P It. and on fundava
?om?m9 sad afeeafsm l? *.??*>? in stteodariee to give
everj fadiiiy i" 1 .????, from city or country, either tU?Udc,
er wrtun? to lee tloute for meo.
uEWIB HAtrBA?E?, Keeper
Ju RoiltT'o?, fee See
)Ur?N L. RKMNr;, rree't
?a*" Hndaon Hiver Hater.I art E?Utbll*n
rrrat, at Tarrytown, with every convenience lor trea'.
saani, will he corcplereei fur L'ie rec*ptioa of patleuls by the
IM of July ce?L for tern?, appiy to
F. 0. PE1BJJON, It. D
Tarrytcw?, Jqn?g^. UV _ Je? lm*
apy? LleiBid O air Dye, improved so m to color the
neir or whi*kert the motwoi?.i it applied wtthoat Use tear
Irij.y?!i 1? entirely fre? from uapiea#*m odor, anc cao be
wuaed wl't me ttrorjett soap Immediately tt Is applied
wi'r-on', wiling to dry For ?ale, or appUedlat Batchil
ia't Wig factory, 4 vVall-r. mylAnnaaattf
At?KLht T BOAKDIMU HCIIOOL for ioya
si Tarrytown, M. *., ?. NEWMAN. Frtnelpal.
in un? ?ctuci?on yonD? ge&Lercea wi.? be moroughly h>
ttmci-d lu all the bracear* of aa Engllaa and Claasieai
?d-Tca?oe, rtxraslte for commercial pursuits or emenda
Tbore ar? two term? tn ? year, ?ach nve moata?. Ta?
?najmcr 'jerm comm'-octng on lie first of May, and Bat
W lxt.-r en the firtt of November. Tern? reasonabla.
Ctrculars C"jnta!alr2 parucalars, ren-rence?, fc?. can a*
frttalrexlatSpaldlnt; k ?hepbv?*b<*^^1*i*r?f'
way. Ne~-Yo?*ror\y addr???to? ? no? to ao FriaelpeJ.
Ll ? Mf'HUUL, AtiKNCf. 2? Broadway, ?eia1?
1. luted1M1""na auTp? rVfecneo. . od aapaiaUetad
?aclU-k? for proenrtn^ compewtl Teaehor^ Ooveroei??-*,
t> iiid followed wtus tie twit rvoa't?. Subscrtter? are re?
lied W purchase a cliect tolha amoost of aoa per onion
ot? ?eti? eomoenta?oii, wbicli procures a vatt amaunt of
vsloable lpformanon, aod U go?4 unit! aa ?quivalent ta re
reived Bee copy belo w. No charge for circulars or pupil*.
Apply ?stly. OaU, sod postpaid.
[Copy of Check ]
New-Yoaa. July t,ll?a
fj 8 SCHOOL AUENCY,
Fay to Frot A-B-, or order,
Five Dcliai* In aervle?, at the rale of on? per rent, on one
E. H. W1LCOZ. rroprtetor,
jy 11 Itos* 293 Broadway.
FRENCH BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL.
-Madam? HI! be* removed ber rreoco and Eogtia*
?VoardiLg and Day a-.bool from 4 Carro?-plae? to 101
St Uarls-p^.a near Ftra-av. Tbe new locaOca I? opea
and airy, with a larg? jardee, ?ad the kooea, a doubl?
,-e ? .l sve.r BSSaatfl Otavaolei^e the icviuat ikoe?
aaring Jaugtuert for whom uey drtetre a ihoruagtand
arit^i^sedDrarlari Ir. ?il branche?, to eall ?ad ???min?
kor lesJtaotUal?. tho ?at ted ostaml-t*: to ter earette
daagttersof many o. ite leading ounklae ?f this dry and
san refer to ?11. _^?3
WI.NANT1* BOARDING SCHOOL FOR
BO Y M.-At Uule Farry, ulrre mile? from H'*"?'?':
Tt J. Thl? insttinnoo I? deetgned for young utde, All Ite
present namber of I-, ai? uadet twelve ta?? ?f ace, and
Bone will be received who are older. Tenawfrot?, |o?i ^
? tau per year Circulars obtained of Mr. Ottraade?, eor.
Canal ac? Verfek *u. New Tort. >>'? ?m*
,OK ?ACM tlHKAF-Aii U>e waterlauj of ? PrtaU??:
? (rflrr-^ e?.?f.iUirg four pre?.?? ?od ?vary Krttel.io-*
??mi forerlntlugs newspaper ?r jot) wotk. Addreao
B.t?Wef T PceKaV?. jytler?
AT * M flPK.- =>"ia ? n>ei 1 lo I loefl Pipe, ?or
oaeftil work? A? gretu nsdt??t?Wl?^7okf?y*??ad
lar?? wage? cao be osad? a? at aav ot*w/ mITT.**.,*** as
meet h. UV f.... try Call oe adaraaa iZ?rL2*?!?*
IttirVu iTamii'v Fubfeattoe y-~hn?h*aaaT-rr1 T?
st up t taira, firti doer. " ? 'I*.****
??PJ aaaaariaanrr? ?rj w uinr u. wiva a
*Ppi?c*r?o? so b? auw? a tneuaVara a
sWVrarto?. h> dv fart hi? charr-?
?1 A.NTRU-A Carer for Boy's elotata,'ITtvT
-V P*t?tl ?e ?<'0 required Apjry o oRfou?.?' tinti'
T.K9, ronyt Cat-erp?. ard Cam y St*. J?lSla?
V\. AM I,U-An errand be-y, ?boat li wa??^j#I-'
T* Apa.v at l I At!*n:ie ?l O.Hiih D^iit. Ills j^~*
(;ihs^ U A* rbsr^? number uf g?Jai"^)7v--r
*?* gtr a ran ffn.1 ?u-a.lv employ ?mit at f^^umT?**
U ?*? '?? ? ?f* u'aetu.iog ?"<??? 6 ?.air*- r. <? fr-aT" ";"?*?
PtW-.. ral,), r,ulu ? U(7S ^ ,,?? m ,?* ?*??'<?.
aanw^Tir-":""u,nr """<?'"' ?j^ttnuCT
tt??ch.r,^,,r,I?arcio,,,Tr> ?"'?"< !XSi5?asa?
r?rsoD."rti?utBiTnow3; a,** ?? <^>'?^'v???*ir7.
flaw Tort H 14 ?Mock, ??i?aVC.*.?^ t-? *?*
oaaoaaoauMttuan o? d.a\r*M toIu.T..ToJu .?!**
? -l abo* ?ucSab . ?, ju pi0, ??'?
B .lu n *?<.d.>oc.e'-book Udmo-ttioe?r?*1*'4?
or'e-J S H ?LU Boum Kisto Sialio. er"?a ?.WCV?
MMJ8 .- ,urtQrU,re.f in, Cr ion rTT?-i.' .*?"' J*?
?oatMiVi ra*a.d.auda::re-??^n*i.a?x?^lt? t*c'"?
N. w.r,.rr?. w/e?aejpwu,Co Jaira, u^?** i,\33b
U< i>BkM w.? 11 M? i * v?.
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<-? e-r v. ? v- -'?'?? -i*-?i.**?H ^2:
teg w.? papa- kaa ?*. ...,. j..,^
a-??iug..~.i.?.,*, L..,teu??aCu_r,.,. . J *>
".i ????;?! e,,J*33
M waUvtjsmtatad ?mi p;?Min, atv) ta? locad? aZ
lia), on-, of Um ..i mim ta.nf-.ru'i* retrWar
C-?.. r '
Weich cirm.<??. <?i can rn hat) ??,.,.,,...e,(. Hre ,, ??
a day In- oo?"j ?.?iimI ih?vi.,.r, an.,-. .
an," ta? ai* s?v?r?l rhurche? m de?.? p. ~
H?:l ' ' m
-,. ,.Tp* ?pc- ?n h...?? k?..-,,,. ^
^ ! ,.? ..r ,,. ... ,,_ rk? r"iy f?v..r'tin ?inVi????
p-lionaiM, ?very iier-rc* S4 ? pf-WMlEl h.'saf'trilT
.-..ruriHMiaiiiig term?. ^
Conr rc-d wo.i. me -staliiufcmart Is ? fO"d Ll?wy r?bW.
and carnages *-..' horse? eaa basad ?t ti dm-* ^
r'?|r-a mo n.g.i.arly i.? rha Ka'i Ri>aH 'o rn-^taari) ??g
Htjirrmm A** Van Bbttrk, Jtlja Wav-r'.T-Piaf? a
V. Price, K?q,0?Buriin?8.ip. '*?".*
N B. Inautre ai the Rail Road for Cole's tiara
BIIAttli AT CUlt^WALL, UltA.NUt; ?.eJuT.7
?Tbe tubtcr-.toar ba-lng concluded to uka bavd?^
aratn ltd? Suuunr, would uka lau m-tbod of tal m( e?
aiienuo?of Bjoso wui.to< losueuJ afajv ?aoSAato?? ?f
tht? 0,011 I eau .(.. ,.?.-?. i, ...ii 1Uj?.,j Rivet,, ?llkla lam
hour* dltlacce uf toe cl'.y Ly Hudson K.vor lUirovl ?
three hours and a k&if by ateaui.tr Co umtut, wblck pua
d?!.'y beiw- ei, Crnv.iUl and N?w-York. Por pajatakat
lEQuire of EEuKilAr k UR1U0S. ?S? Wu',.u?.in,
J>l lw?_rOv\-L,ER ?liaot
BOARS? IN THlTsJulJe.TRV.-A ww ?js?^
can tin ?.v i'.rtioda r.1 **lih hoard a ?bond ?laoearro?
Olen Cove, L. I. The bous? t? (nuaied rty the *e? ?t-va
co. van ?M for tia.kli'g, *al!lt)r, kc.; lb? natm* ar* ivr*
and aby; ihewirronroiRg ? -?'rt-? --1?rn?-tvwpi? I
avrn t n i bat ilellgbinjl r-?r|no Fer ptrilcJltrt laqtir? ??
ALrtfcRT H COeK aC*TnlD?tt. ?jiiw
|>ftAKU IN WILLI AMrtBCKUH.-Ooa irla?
?Jg-bilritiea r?n b? accotntnoeateS wub plea*v.l iocs
and breUfa*'arid tea In a privat? family Sti/iratal m
minute's w? k fron the P??ck slip ferry. Bo?i rtiMway
ft?? mltiixe?. I/viat1<>n ?-ry deslrt't'e; hoot? ft-?,m
waler, corurnaod tag a fia? view of Brookiy?, N??!?.
Fan li?er, ke ke. Jyl la*
BtlAltll HI.I1UM) Alii privateMaoaosHtiVa
51 Oreenwich-*t. Cemlemoa wlih ?rtnele satoOstaWOj
airy room?, 0'.'50 per wsek. day bovders, tiswtmk:
transient boarders. 50 cos'a per day. Baths gr? is. )*d la*
UAs?I>INtV-Two family rooms to l?s ftroWaal ?r
unfurt.l(l.et). ?M. iN.ird, a? 77 Murray.?!. J.|.i a*
ClilM'llV III? a 1'U A. V loa Wil, N??Jrrt?f.
two single or two married g?nt etn-a wlin tkatrUisf
lie? can be aec >mrcod*'ed wttb Board for t?? ?aa?m?ra?
p!ea*antiy I'tcated spot on Union Mill, rt?i?re?? Clatita
and Madt?t>n, about one mi!? w-*t of Chaihsn. Tbectrs
leave wt'bin WO yards o' the house every m?rala?; a f
. 'clock sod arrive ta Mew-York aboat I o'clock. &*?>
tn/, leave New Yorl ?t IJ o cb-c? F ? and arrH? e - at
at 6 o'clock. Tbe above location tt one of tbe mo? Milt
Ic ibearai?. Inquire tt tbe -ate rrtl-ienc? of Aev 0 Ul/S
son. l m a H|u,N. J. Tue ?He Morris and ttsest?"??;
1,' l H .M M11 hi U UOU.U?*?Will or wuiaasi sa?a
board, with a pii.a o f...i..;., ti'.i (i ?.?.?-ici-?e c?n
B ? b. Alto fun,t*bnd '.aa-.-nenlfor nfllc* JaUlac
RO?r.11*s It? I. HT -Very il-autb*?, airy aod pkMMs?
?oomt, rea'lv furnl?hM for ?tntrla jrenOanea. ?niiwts
rxiard, ma? ?>e f.a.1 by ?Pl'lying al *i Fiwlilnat ?Mr
do.'i w-?t of Broadway. _j??> lsj'_
SOHOOLEV'S Mt-?NTAIt* 3PRIK?3, H 1.
'I'UJS KbTABLI^h-.k-Nf, ?o luo? ni UvsrUl
A kuovin to tes pu llr. ?Ill bu opcaid '. rr uw riMSOnM
vlsiior? on L?-.e l?th of Juno next, roo L.'?ss kssiMtO
greatly Sf?srge t daring ib? pastvetr, m.-slibln* SI asts?
si ve dlEing i rom, a larga number of (tood wa aal ???>
., and a new ?*.d ?pa
alinawlyand oaarlyfnmksktil. with special rsfcr?se*a
?nsrrssnoaea and eomaart. Cotiaoctnd wr-i tkl? ??ojkisssj
men', aro?, vera! ci "..>:'>*. so sttua?od os : i t>o rtttrtd, SH
yet ron.'. Blent lo 'be mitn kuiidlo? Tbeaa
by tbe story or room The whul?e*uS.abni'-aiBW??si
bued np to *upertor st.le,and uo Rccomicodtuoaitrtw
s'?rned to bo equal to thct' of aiy waurtag-plac? b at
Tbe unJerstfood cavtof become tbe sole propnaist,??
CTlvo bl* v bole aUeaUon to tbe bo.I net?, ?fid ?lU ?* *?
?Uted In Its manag-eooeal by Mr. U?vld Aj CrosrsS Uf
other goa'.'emec or large experience
JOSKTH H. MkalH.
?Vhooler*? Moootala, May ?, law. saya' **r*a\
BOAJtO AT THE HJQHL ANDS.
I-'HEiubst-r tier, from lb? lmportunlilee of hi* frS<*??>
arid c?rr"ary to hi? o'lylnai ln'?atl'.n, ha* .r?***"e
nianilon at the Highlands lor the accominod*<l<r* if ItW
il> ? tnd ?Ingle gentieii-o, during tie ?ratnn Tu H*?*S
pofietiet t'l ih? ??van'agea of? geateel ratreei r* '' '
"?ting sa UBlnt-rrupt??! ?law of iheasr?*, ?*??
every sbip b?'und in and ont of in? city, mty ???*?*. ??*
wl.eiehuintg ground* tod fublog, wii'j MMOS MSB sa
excorti. n* are adj'-lnlna and ?t hand, f a? tuusas?*j*
tbe best order for comfort, ?nd the proprietor <?* SO**
modat? In to 11)0 hoarder*- and with-* it dMilstrW'S**/
stood that tf I! should si ?r>y time he full. <w pr?r8mu?r
potoitrenil dee cotlc? will be given to id? poa.t?.
HlL'bi*rd?, July 6, 1850. VV1LUA? 10HKI.
jj'J2W Proprlatoro? i?ja ?je?*jvta? H<-*?
,v r.W LEBANON Sl'BlN?S-COLUslBIA
1~ U A L L -Tn'.s Hotel ba? beeo r?^l*irw tat
ltmeose v. log, makiBg iu enure length about ?wssstiw?
cara^le of aceomm"d?ure 5?0 vtsltort. A vtr T *ji*.*~L
b?r of rocnu are uken for the season b7 Is"1;"'^ 'S
bar* oo placa combines so many attractions f? sWa? ?*"
pieajure. _u?_ mt
By taiinr the mor-trr eara by toe ri<>m'?\m?7.
Houratcnte Railroad, or llidaoo River ^."^^.11?
?on. pasaecgers arrive at the Borlog? ai H 9W^mx
arterooon. Far? mroogh only It &>?_ ^^
rrUK BAL1MBLH Y UOl'BJt. fitustad ***$
1 ofoaluoury, tona. U now open for U? i"*?^
bosrders, *y the day. week ortnoott Brier jo ?t'?e-?
of LUet V\ oncepwrnue W?jb?iln(r?nd wa?^"'il?T
aton-cacd Bub Pl?b F?'l?; Mcont Kb'.?4, Mtwati ^
asd many other points of Interett, tbe location is Wjasw
???rv de*lrable, ?cd 11 wUl be tbe cuutun'. ond?????r
proprietor, to r?aaW an? .osttwasnjsf rtjsaws PjfMfJ?
sVr?eable. IJ',8 ** I Hr.NtY 8 NUlWa^
POWCLTOI HOUSE V WBUBOH.
M THE PROPRIETOR of tkd? favotnu atid sgeaS
pi?.:a of Suoitrier re?..rl lake? plnaaur* U t*a*g??
a-i.t.ilouofinaNcA.Yorap.i'.ile to lb??***?*?!
oow pr.-paiod for lb? recept'.oo atvl ?oUftaoaiasss wJ***"
trar ?leot or p?na?voani iioa/der*. Tb? high ?*??? ?'?
which bl? b?Hue Is b?id by tamllld? who bava ?P*"}*,*5
mer mood.* inert?, be U sur? wUi reader an mu?w*?***:
of tu *'i p<-1 wr ??iraeuoi
k'' UliLr. r??ary. In
Hudson River. Tcv?
wtU ?r??>ry delleacy i?
formar faeiddea for reechlng Newbor^b ?yj*"*"!
liter? ?r? Ire iralna of etx* patatar dauy t?"M,,Tf?mZ
N?v7-York aod Albany. Early ap^adoo <**?*SLlfAZ
lot ? s?i?eiioo of reosaa. Ijtsi?asa'l w_PPj**^.
g- 'ibr.togb Soaaer t uyj to the apnnga ^ ^
?Dgeia froen New.York bv the raorruaf ^mt
lay ?rr1?e at in- Iprlcgt |HM of MTZl*
gers by lb? a??en!rf; Irai" ?od boat* fr"*'*
(via Hadsoo.??Tb? ?hortest ?nd l?ast nf^\ad.
to tbeae ce;?iirated olve? is ky the Hod*<o a^J"**??!
acd ?veaiEboalr to Hcdson ; thence bv the Had?* sw
and tiag-'tbr'togb Soaker t.iyj to the ?pringa mm,t?
Paat-nj? - - -- ..?
our r?cb ** Spring? lb? o?xt nn^rlogatsi''-?
Fare from Hudson io in? dprtafs. Il **-.?.? aft
>el5 3m?_J 4 WaTEIMARJ^?
O MAII KOAO CuMfANIR?J^t,***
TB AC1 ORJJ -1 .V?mesT R?? frooi 14 W???
S" tar? flat Rail, ?4?|, 6t to ralay.
31 ?? sacotid tand Plca-a??s.
90 ?? Cnw-bva
S ?? lledre-hasamers -^.a*
AU la yard and for ?ale in V u w ?ol? ?^l^saa*
jyssi' Parrtr.B n MANfi*^^
wbtlaorbaif lnt?re?t In a ?osatl ^ZJd w ?*T ?*
op??r?ilooand cotepleteorder. ??pl>al reiV., wt. o?
eoodaei tba ha f a?.*t !?.*#? To. orod? ass-e -
stant drmand by Hardware ??alare. AppiT*4 jyfiy^
*???* aw*- _Tw???R ??
\ IC?o'ier M de?!?, ta ^^f^Et**?*!**
sil abasa tor Suwsu, Wai- O^^ *J ^??^?1
for ^gtung Mili?. ChortWe?. i?os?B ^J^t^T
Bwb ^-aJr^ ?nd b-a water ?pparata? I ? v"r?-AHU &
Oatks saade to erder.