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Vluklngluu, O. C.
X commence on the first Monday in November,
and continue until the end of March.
Thomas Miller, M. D., Professor of Anatomy
and Physiolog-v.
William P. Johnston, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics
and the Diseases of Women and Children.
Joshua Riley, M. I)., Professor of Materia Medica,
Therapeutics, and Hygiene.
John Fried. May. M. !>., Professor of the Principles
and Practice of Surgery.
Grafton Tyler, M. D., Professor of Pathology and
Practice of Medicine.
i^foimrti n. u?iv, m. u., rroieaaor ox l ncmieiry
and Pharmacy.
Robert King'Stone, M. D., Adjunct Professor ol
Anatomy and Physiology.
James E. Morgan, M. D., Projector and Demonstrator.
Clinical Lectures twice a week, on cases selected
(rotn the Washington Infirmary. Operations performed
before the class.
Fee for a full Course of Lectures, $90. Demon- I
strator's ticket, $10. Graduation fee, $25.
Good board can be procured at lroin $2.50 to $3
per week.
Dean, 7th st., between E and F sts.
July 10?2a wt IstMon.Nov
Colonization Rooms,
Washington, July 6, 1*49.
I^HE LIBERIA PACKET will suil from Haitimore
for Monrovia and other ports in Liberia,
on the first day of August next. Emigrants who
design going in this vessel should be in Baltimore
? ,i?... ...... .....i .......... ... ,i...
Colonization Office, Post Office building-.
Letters for Liberia or the U. S. Squadron on that
coast, will be forwarded if sent in time, and post
paid, to this office, or to the Colonization Office,
W c are in great need of funds to enable us to
send some emigrants in this expedition. We have
to pay this month, $'2,4'29 88, toward the expedition
from New Orleans, iu April; 01,600 00 toward the
one from the same place iu January last; and
$1,500 00 toward the one from Savannah in May,
and our treasury is now empty.
w e are therefore under the necessity of appealing
to our patrons for aid. Auxiliary societies, pastors
of churches, and the friends of tlie cause generally,
will confer a special favor by making us remittan- j
i'f? with the least possible delay.
W. McLAIN, Sec'y A. C. S.
July 9 j
Catholic bibles, prayeb books, :
testaments,<fcc?TAYLOR & MAURY, ]
Booksellers, Pennsylvania avenue, near 9th street, I
have iust received a fine lot of?
Catnolic Bibles, large and small, in rich bindings |
and plain.
Catholic Prayer Books, in beautiful velvet and I
Morocco bindings, and plain.
"Tales of the Sacraments."
Schmidt's Tales.
"Catholic Keepsake." And others, loo many for
an advertisement. July 7
Office Pknitextiakv, D. C.,
W ashington, July 6, 1849.
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals ]
for Wood and Coal," will be received at this j
office until25th inst.
80 cords of half-seasoned good oak wood, full ;
length of medium sire, and free from limbs or
lap wood.
12 tons <*f red ash anthracite grate coal.
The above to be delivered at the Penitentiary
wharf. THOS. FITNAM, Warden.
Jul}'7?edtJuly 25 (Intel. & Union.)
For Norfolk--Two trips a week.
j^-i:fr-. rp H K STEAMER OSCEOLA
P LJ -* 0,1 Saturday, the 7tli
installl, commence making- two
trips a week to the above place?
leaving Washington every Wednesday ana Saturday,
at 9 o'clock, a. m.; returning, leave Norfolk
every Monday and Thursday, at 4 o'clock, p. m.
She will touch, going and returning, at Pinev
roint, Via roint, tone river, anu me usual lunmngon
the Potomac.
Puatp- and fare to Norfolk, S'o : passage and
tare to Piney Point, during the bathing- season, $2. !
July 7?dtf Captain.
Scenes in a clergyman's life, by c b !
Nelson on Infidelity?Its Cause and Cure.
Philosophy of Religion, by Mcrrell.
Gardner's Memoirs of Christian Females.
A few copies for sale by
July 4 Bookstore near 9th struct.
Agency of the Book Publishing Houses In
the United Htmtes.
TAYLOR k MAl'RY, Booksellers and Stationers,
Pennsylvania Avenue, near 9tli street. Laving
formed connexion* with the principal Book
establishment* of the country, will supply all order*
for Religious. Miscellaneous, Law, Medical, Scientific,
and School Book*, in lot* or single copies, at
the lowest publication prices. Schools, institutions,
and individuals intending to order foreign or American
book* from tor northern cities, ran save trouble
and expense of Is-avy freight, kcc., by testing
their orders with Taylor & Maury, in Washington
Jnlv 2
-J ?
II near Ulh ilmt.
" ROWLAND CASHEL," by L ?-r, -hi part.
edition. No. I.
" ED.MOND DANTE*;" Sequel to " COUNT
Henry Col man
Marcui, or Tht Rrrlory Our*/."
July S
C'ORPORATION STOCK and Cb<n?pftkr and
/Ohio Canal R>nd? for ?ale. Government, Stair,
and other elorka, and check* on all the principal
citiea, bouyht and Hold. Collection* made through
out the Lpited State*. Note* and draft* payable
in the District collected and remitted Sir in rnecka
on New York. Raton. Philadelphia, or Baltimore,
at one quarter per rent., bv
Chi bb a schenck
June 2*?3tw4w
SI BW4 KIBKKM ut the American Art Union for
lH4t ran obtain their engraving* by calling at
the bookatorr of
iunr 21 Mr*r Ninth rtn-rt. ,
ARRATIVKof tix U. K Expedition lutbt Dead
Sea and lb*- River Jordan, by Lieut W. F.
Lynch, I'. H. V, with map* and numemua illu*
t ration*.
Ninevah and ita R>main*, witli an account of a
viait to the Chaldean Christian* of Kurdiatan. kc.,
kr., hy A. If. I^jard.
Hint* on Public Arrhitecturr, with view? ano
plana of the Srnithaoman Inatitution, by Robt. Dale
Owen, Eaq.
Minifie'* Teat Book of Geometrical Drawing, illuatrated
witli 50 aleel plate* and 201)diagram*.
Downing'* l.wiid*rapc Gardening ami Rural Ar
rht torture
Five Year* in China, from 1H42 to lMl.by Lieut.
F. E Forhe*. R N., I vol. I>mdon
For aale l.y TAYLOR ? . MA CRY,
June IS Bookaeller*, near ?Hh *tr?WT\
TITO, with eatra< t* from bia'Corrcapondetne
and Manual ript*. 3 vol*., with portrait.
The Work* of William E. Channing, D D.,
with an introduction. S vol*., complete.
june <11 n?tir fin at.
ft CT^jS HKmhi P-" k't WASHINGTON,
Isaac Wowl, M?#trr, burthen '2,000
^ K*Wi!S*tbarrel*, leaves Baltimore, on Mat
uruay evening, at 5, p. ru.; leave# Gvurgi town ?
ery Tuesday; leave* Alexandria every Wednesday
morning, at 1 o'c lo k, a. m.
, For freight or passage, apply to
Agents: Peter Berry, Georgetown.
Rose. .Merrill A Co., tin It i more, Md,
June 18?1 nid
rpAYLOB ?<t MAI BY. Bnok-.-li.... 9ih *t ,
I Washington City,are r? . iving regularly from
the publishing house# in tin United State# all p?J>.
I nation#?which they sell in every ase at the publisher'*
lowest prices?
kirhuol Hook* af erery kind. \lrrltrol Hook a, Mttrrl
laneou* and I-air Book*, J norm If Hook*, and rhmf,
LlUraturt. BibU* and Prayer Book*, piatn and rtrhly
Blank Bnoksof every ?ixe and qu?ltty. Stationery,
Slates, Copy Hook*, A< June 13
from his impuMished correspondence.-by G
H. Lewes.
THE POTTLETON LEGACY', o netr norr/ by
Albert Smith, author of Christopher Tadpole." Ar.,
I volume
Tbia day received, for sale by
June 22 Bookseller*, near 9th at
I Ebenkzeb Cook. Gkobok B. Sabobnt.
Comer of Main and Second Street?,
Oavatfwrt. Iowa.
June 30?dtf
UKOHOK MACK A Y, Attorney,
(late ok klobiua,)
11 7 ILL attend to all kind* of buainean before CunV?
grave and tile Department*.
Hon. E. C. Cabell, Florida;
" K. Toombs, Georgia;
' 11. W. Hilliabl), Alabama;
' A. Bum, Soutli Carolina;
" K. C. WtNTHB<*l?, Minseai hu.K Its;
" C. B. Smith, Indiana;
" R. L. Kobe, New York;
" John Young, New York.
June 16?tf
K. W. HlS(iUBf
ATTORNEY at bw aud Agent for Claims
against the United States. Office on Pennsylvania
avenue, near 15th street, Washington.
| June 13?ly
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
H'a*hingtun city.
June 13?3tawlm
Pa. Avenue, between Bth aud 7th street*, j
Washington, D. C.
June 13? tf j
Corner of Pru. Avenae and 14th itrrrt.
Washington, D. C.
HENRY A. WILLARD, Proprietor.
June 13?tl"
OFFICE Pennsylvania avenue, near the corner of
4$ street, Washington, D. C. June 13?ly
military and naval
Pennsylvania avenue, between 141A and 151A streets,
June 13?ly
Near Sixth street, adjoining the Washington and Neu>
York Telegraph Office,
or transient boarders, with or without meals.
Salt, Vapor, Shower, Sulphur-fume, and Elec
tro-Magnetic Baths, always in readiness.
June 13?3taw4w
Notice to Owner* of Land Warrants.
General Land Office, June 1*2, 1849.
THE OWNERS of the Land Warrants mentioned
in the letter below, and which are supposed
to have been burnt in the late fire at St. Louis, are
requested to file proofs of their ownership with the
Register of the Land Office at St. Louit, Mittouri,
in order that they may be replaced by duplicates
from the Pension Office at Washington e'ity, and
the lauds selected located according' to the original
intention of the applicants. And it may be well, in
cases where the description of the tract intended to
be located has been also lost or destroyed by the fire,
to file a new description with the Register, in order
that the lands thus selected may be reserved from
sale until duplicate warrants can be obtained as
above suggested.
RICHARD M. YOUNG, Commissioner.
Land Office, St. Lotus, (Mo.,) May26, IH49.
Sib : The following are the numbers of twentythree
.Military Bounty Land Warrants brought to
this office for location between the 1st and 17th instant,
all of which were lust in the late fire, vis., No.
794, .>3,177 , 7,972 , 53.677 , 4,273, 11,938 , 30,058,
3,190, 30,960, 15.58S, 39,750, 37,946, 47,982, 31,0-25.
42.575,42,574,52,312,53,465 , 52,872, 55,482,4,024,
3,900, 40,302; allof which numbers are in pencil on
the township plats, but the namcsof the person* who
located them are not known. In addition to these,
several warrants, the numbers not known, which
were awaiting further action on the part of the
owners, were lost at the same time, as also some of
Ukm' returned by U>< UenrrHl Cam! (Mb re Ujt correction.
The'nam** and numliers of tlintr are nut
known to thiaoffice, aa the letter which accompanied
j them ia alao lost.
Verv reaper tfully, your obedient acrvanta,
Hon. Ricmahp M. Yopwo,
Commimxonrr of tKe Hmrral /.arid Officf,
June 16?31 Wmtkimgiim, D. .
SOI'THKVM Commonplace Book, 1 volume,
Lomtuu, I?Southry'a Coiumuiiplace Book
?choice pawaye*?moral, religioua, political, philoaophiral,
historical, poetical, and miace-Hancou*.?
Edited hy hia aon-in-law. For aale by
June 2* Buokaellera, near 9th etreet
RIVERS, by H. D. Tboreau, I vol.
lion to the study of Rhetoric and B< Ilea Ixtln-a,
E t tn-li v. \ M.
Juat received. For aale at
June lb Honkatorc, near 9th street.
U'HOLESALE and retail dealer* in Carpeting,
Floor Oil Clotlia, Matting*, Ruga, Curtain
Ma n-riala. Sheeting', Blanket*, and Houae Furnishing
Good* generally.
P?nn. av., between 7th ami Nth ?lrreU. Washing ton,
I) f Junr 16
I - \ I \ I lilVVIII I IIL II ?.' I ll:llil v*nu<
1 [j L.KIM?K. illustrated ?ith map- and engraving*,
1 Urfp volume.
ftiick'o iBunUitUuM of the Huljr U ripmrw, I larft
volume, with many plate*.
Simpson'* Key to the Bible, with map* and illuatraliuns,
London, I volume,
St ran*'* Life of Jrsua, laiiidon, 3 volume*, Hvo.
For *al* low at T.AYI/)H It MAURY'S
June 2A Bookalor. . near *?tii at.
V> Compriainr in one Volume R***rla*, Vicar of
Wakefield. of Siberia, Paul and Virginia,
Gulliver'* Tr*\eU, Sterne 'a Sent mien ta I Jtmrney,
Caalle of fhranto. fcc., i , In-.
W tVERI.V A NF.<'1M>TF>, illustrating popular
< liarae tera, m emea, ami in< idenu, in the .Novel* and
Roman' ? of Sir Walter S< ott, I vol., I>>ndon. j
June 21 Hnokaeller*. near 9th at.
/ \ (Alt A* Mil \ HPKt *M HI NA A ANATOMY.
VIL edited by Joaeph is-idy, M. D., 2 vol*. <a tavo,
with over five bund rod illustration*
Saco?o Ncmiii or OAVII) COPPKRFIKLD,
by Di? ken*. < But,) thi* day received for aaie by
June 19 Book?ell< r*, near 9th at.
> K A t'TIKt l. I'll it Kit RtNtKI III) Hill
HI,KM. of every atyle and <nt>
Plain liound 'heap Prayer Book* and Bible*, of i
every varietY.
Family Rinlea of the largest ?i?-, 81.25 In $50.00
each, and intermediate price*.
laurr Ml! JI?- * r< . . n < li< I l?>f h| I.?Vk.-t
Northern pr* e?, at
June 36 loukiloK, near 6th itmt.
JOHN H BUTMMANN. Pennsylvania Avenue,
south aide, between 4 j and streets, haa received
a further supply ??f nuperior Cognac and
Pale Brandy, Port Wine, and I on don Brown Stout.
Al?<> expet t?-d, by schooner Aauaotoii, a few
riKire dneen of Ui? old "Alpha" Cognat vintage of
1*15, and a few doxen of the do.
June 13?St
For the Springs
PtRKER at hi* Fancy *nd Perfumery Store, ha*
a freah aaaortmeni of good* ordered expressly
for peraona visiting the Spring*, Sea ahofe, or the
(Viuntry ; such a* Floating Soap, Bay Water, Florida
Water, German Cologne, eery mpertm And
alao the largest and beat assortment of l>rea*ing
Com ha, flair Brushes, Tooth and Nail Bruidisx. Ox
Marrow, Pomade, lie. ; in fart every ne> emary requiaite
for the convenient e and comfort of the toilet,
June 16 3tif
New Style Gilt Cornices and Window
1HAVE juet ret t-ived from the .Nt?rth a large anil
pleiiditl ae?ortment of Gilt W indow Cornice*,
w iomow Shadea. and a new atyle of Pit lure Cord
and ThhwU.
I alan keep on hand a large aaanrtmerit of Aineri- I
i an and Fr< nt h Paper Hangings. Kire Board Print*. ,
Column*, Feather Hod*. Hair ami Husk Mattresses. ]
I make to order, at the shortest notice, Brvl end
V\ imiow Curtain*, Carpet* and Cuahiona, and every
thing in the Uphotatrririg line furnished complete
on trie test tern.* J NO. ALEXANDER.
Penn av , bet. 12th and 1>th ?ta.
June 13 3taw2w
Orrtce ok thk Soucrroa ok tuk tstatuhv,
Jwu 27, 1849.
SKALEI) PKOPOSAUsi will be received at this j
office until the 1st day of September next, at j
1 2 o'clock noon, for (lie purchase of the interest ot
the United Stale*, at law and in equity, in the property
hereinafter described, upon the terms and |
condition* mentioned below, to wit:
No. 1. Lot No. 21, in eastern section of Washing- i
ton, District of Columbia.
No. 1 Lot No. 22, in eastern Met. of Washington I
No. 3. IsH No. 23, do do do
No. 4. Lot No. 24, do do do
No. 6. Lot No. 25, do do do
The five lots above named were sold ou execution j
against Nathaniel and Henry Ingruham, by Tench i
Ringgold, marshal, and by him conveyed to the :
United Mtatea, December 29, 1831.
No. 6, Lot No. 1, in block 504, in Washington.
This lot wa* conveyed to the United States by i
Luther Rice, President, file., of Columbia College,
October 13, 1H2H.
No. 7. Lot 10, in square 651, in Washington.
" 8. I/ot II, do o51, do
' 9. Lot 12, do 561, do
" 10. Lot 27, do 552, do
*' II. Lot 2d, do 552, do
" 12. Lot 29, do 552, do
" 13. Lot 30, do 552, do
" 14. Lot 7, do 553, do
" 15. Lot 8, do 563, do
" 16. Lot 9, do 553, do
" 17. Lot 10, do 553, do
' 18. Lot 11, do 553, do
" 19. Lot 12, do 553, do
' 20. Lot 13, do 553, do
" 21. Lot 19, do 553, do
22. Lot 20, do 553, du
" 23. Lot 13, do 554, do
" 24. Lot 14, do 554, do
" 25. Lot 15, do 554, do
*< O.H litt lit ,In 554. fin
' '27. Lot 17, do 564, do
" -28. Lot 1, do '299, do
" -29. Lot '2, do -299, do
" 30. Lot 3, do '299, do
" 31. Lot 4, do '299, do
" 3'2. Lot 5, do '299, do
" 33. Lot 6, do '299, do
?' 34. Lot 7, do '299, do
< )", I,.i 17 .1.. OUO .1.,
" 36. Lot 18, do 239, do
" 37. Lot 19, do 377, do
" 38. Lot 17, do 653, do
" 39. Lot 18, do 653, do
" 40. Lot 1, do 705, do
" 41. Lot 1, do 4, do
" 4i Part of square 743, 5,000 square feet, do
" 43. Part of lot 10, in square 686 do
The lands described under the numbers from 7 to
43, inclusive, were purchased by S. Pleasanton,
agent of the Treasury, from Robert Y. Brent and
Jo. Pearson, executors and trustees of Robert Brent.
No. 44. Lot 1, in square 948, in Washington
No. 45. Lot 2, do 948, do
These two lots were conveyed to the United States
by Buller Cocke and Edmund Law, trustees, kc.,
of Lewis Deblois, an insolvent debtor, June 4,1821.
No. 46. Lot No. 1, in square 902, in Washington
No. 47. Lot No. 7, do 951, do
The two lots Now. 46 and 47 were conveyed to the
United States, in 1818, by Charles L. Kaulkman.
1. Each bid must be for a separate number on the
schedule, for cash: to be deposited at one of
the following places, to the credit of the Solicitor of
the Treasury, specifying on account of what particular
number in the schedule of property it is deposited,
to wit:
The United States Treasury at Washington, District
of Columbia; the AssistantTreasurer at Boston
and New York.
2. Each bid must be accompanied with a guaranty,
in the form given below; which must be certified
by a collector, naval officer, marshal, United
States district attorney, or postmaster, that the
guarantor is good, and the party making it is re.
sponsible for the amount.
3. On receiving a certificate of deposite, signed
by one of the depositaries above mentioned, a quitclaim
deed, conveying all the right, title, interest,
and claim of the United States to the property described
in the bid, and paid for, will be executed
and acknowledged by the Solicitor of the Treasury,
irrc ui mi tiwr^r w mr pun. uiuci. outn ronvejrance
will be sent free of expense, to any post office
in the United States, as may be requested.
4. No bid will be accepted unless it shall be satisfactory
to the Solicitor, whether there shall be one
or more bids for the property.
5. Before bidding', all persons are requested to
make themselves acquainted with the situation,
value, and title of the property they intend to bid for,
so as to rely upon their own judgment in bidding.
6. After the last day for receiving them, the bids
will be opened in the presence of such officers of the
Department as shall be able to attend, and will be
examined and passed upon. Notice will be given
promptly to each person whose bid is accepted, but
to no others.
7. The name of the bidder should, in all cases,
be written at lenrth, and in a legible hand. The
bidder should give the name of the post office to
which communications for him are to t>e sent.
8. Bids must tie sealed, and marked on the out
aide in thr*e words: " Sealed bids fob C. S. Property,"
and addressed to the "Solicitor of the
Treasury, Washington, D. C."
9. Form of bid, guaranty, and certificate :
I, , raiding at , in the county of ,
State of , hereby offer the United State* the
sum of dollar* in cash, for their right, title,
interest, and claim in the property described in the
printed advertisement to the Solicitor of the Treasury,
dated June 27th, 1*49, upon the terms and
condition* therein mentioned ; and I hereby, in c<msideration
of the premises, agree, in case my bid
therefor shall be accepted by said Solicitor, to d?poaite
that sum in lawful money, in one of the depositories
mentioned in said advertisement within
sixty days after my bid shall be accepted and notice
thereof sent to rue by mail; and, m case of forfeiture
hf may resell at my expense, or accept the
bid of anv lower bidder wbo will oav for the same.
unci I agree to pay all it mm in mitaequenee of my
failure in perform my hid.
Dated , , IM9.
For value received, 1 guaranty U> the United 1
Stale* the p? r lor I mince <*t the aluve undertak nig
by the aigner thereof, in cam- hie bid be accepted.
Dated , , IH49.
I certify that the above guarantor ia reaponaible
for the mini mentioned in the above bid.
10. Bida not performed on th< part of the bidder,
according to thr term* upecifted in the above condition*.
may. at the option of the Solicitor, be declared
null and void; or he may, if he aball rbooae
to do ao, rearII the property, and require auch bidder
to pay the difference between the mini actually
realized therefor and the price offered in Ilia bid.
11. In all caae* where fraud ahall have been prar- 1
tiaed againat the United Statea, the Solicitor may, j
before eieruting the ronveyam e, declare the bid
invalid, and of no effect.
June ?1?2dlr'2w Solicitor of the Treaaury.
1AHE ?l*rtr place will h?- open for the acrommo- 1
dation of viaitera on the let of June. Thia de- !
Iightful watering place ia at tin- mouth of the Potomill
rill r litut full l it'U t?f !>?< fIri Rnu
A mnetant and regular ara-brrrxe. beautiful *hadr- (
tree*, aii'l the great nafcljr of ?urf bathing, (there I
being mo under-rurrrnt,} combine to make this one
of the nxait plenaant lad healthy reaort* to be found. I
ft m dtwlrfl on the beach, but o few junta from the j
water, with every convenience for bathing free of
charge, win-re will be found obliging and competent
The Table will be oupplied with "all the luxurie*
of the aeaxon, both fn>m the markrte and the water. |
An excellent Band of Mimic ie engaged for the
aeaxon. and a variety of amimeniento furniahed for |
(rued* free of i harjfr.
Per day 91 60
Per week 9 00
Per month 30 00 i
The proprietor* arc now ready to make arrangement*
with familie* for the waxon.
The aU-amer Oreola, ('apt. Jauie* Mitchell, leave*
Waahington every Thuraday at A O'clock A. M.,
and Sunday* at 7 o'clock A. M., for the Pavilion; j
returning, leavrw the Pavilion on Saturday* at 3
A.M. for W**hington, and Sunday* at fc P M. for 1
The ateainer Columbia leave* Baltimore on Halur- |
day* at .i P M , arriving at the Point at 6 A. M.
on Sunday*; returning, leave* Waxhington every |
Wedncaday for Baltimore at 6 A. M., arriving at ,
the Point *ame eiening at 6 P M
Due rw/tt< e will be given of the other taint* wtcn ;
they irf pl?fn) on the rout*".
June 1.1 2?w tS.pI Proprietorn.
tiroeery. Klour. and KmH
IlHfc ?nlw riber baa now on hand a large aaaort
menl of ironda < arefully irlo ted, whirh he c?f
fern low.
All who d?irr really giaid article*, are requentcd
to rail. Th<- hip beat pri< paid for country produce,
Pa. aw nor, near the A<lelphi.
June 1.1 3t
Terma redweect l^inlavllle ttrrhl) Janrnal.
fjlOR one copy, on- ymr. paid al the time of anh
acrihing, or at m la-fore the commencement of
the year f'l 50
For one copy paid after the time of nubac
ribing, or after the la ginning of the
year, and within ai* month* therefrom 3 00
For one copy paid after ai* month* * 3 fiO
For cluh* of one or more, pnicHn advance,
each .. ... J 00
We aak om Whig frienda to aid in procuring
clnba for the Weekly Journal, ft in now, for tfie
matter it contain*, one of the c heapent napera in
June ? i FAitort
, Navv Aukst'k Omvi, Pensacola,
JuutdO, 1H49.
OKALK1) phoposals 111 duplicate, for each
k ' class s<murately, endorsed "Proposulsforsupplics
for Navy \ ards," will be received at thin office until
12 o'clock M., on Monday, the 30th day of July
next, for furnishing and delivering' at the Navy
Yard at Peusucola, at audi place or places us atay
be directed by the Commandant, free of expense to
the Government, the materials and articles hereinafter
specified, via:
Class No. 1.
Specification of the granite to build the permanent
wharf at the Pensacola Navy Yard.
Bill Jh No. 1,
Include* all the Header$ under water from the
foot course to the surface of the water, a height of
24 feet, and extending 400 feet.
1st course, 42 headers 11 feet long, 2 feet wide, and
24j inches thick
2d do 44 headers 10 feet 6 inches long, 2 feet
wide, and 26 inches thick
3d do 42 headers 10 feet 0 inches long, 2 feet
wide, and 25 inches thick
4th do 44 headers 9 feet 9 inches long, 2 feet
wide, and 25 inches thick
5th do 42 headers 9 feet 3 inches long, 2 feet
wide, and 25 inches thick
utii no ft iicuacrn v icn u iiRiiuM lung, z leci
wide, ami 25 inches thick
7 th do -1 '2 head era 4 feet 6 inches long-, 2 feet
wide, and 26 inched thick
8th do 44 headers 8 feet 3 inches long", 2 feet
wide, and 26 inches thick
9th do 42 headers 7 feet 8 inches long, 2 feet
wide, ami 26 inches thick
10th do 44 headers 7 feet 3 inches long, 2 feet
wide, and 25 inches thick
11th do 42 headers 6 feet 9 inches long, 2 feet
wide, and 24J inches thick
12th do 44 headers to feet to inches long, 2 feet
wide, and *24 inches thick
In all, 516 blocks.
The above headers are only to be dressed ou the
beds and builds, which dressing- is to extend 2 fpet
to inches inwards from each end of the stone. There
is no face work, but a draft of an inch must be run
round each end of the stone, showing full corners
and square edges, which must continue full to the
gauge within. The ends and middles of the stone
may be left as split from the quarry, being full dimensions,
but no allowance will la- made for any
excess of size.
Bill j2, No. 2,
Includes all the front and back stretchers, closing
blocks, and counterfort encasement stone, from the
foot course to the surface of the water.
1st front. 468 stretchers 8 feet long, 2 feet wide
bed. '24 inches hiirh.
*2d front. 34 blocks 4 feet long, '2 feet wide bed, '24
inches high.
3d back. 480 stretchers 8 feet long, 18 inches wide
bed, '24 inches high.
4th counterforts. 308 stretchers 61 feet long, 18
inches wide bed, '24 inches high.
The above stretchers are required to be dressed
only on the bed? and build*, the face and back being
left as split from the quarry. That is, the top, hot
una, aiiu me two anas 01 tin' stone art; atone u> De
dressed, with the exception of a fair draft of an inch
run round the face and back of each stone, so as to
show full courses and square edges. It will be perceived
that the back stretchers and counterfort stone
have but 18-inch beds, while the rise of the course
is '24 inches. It is the 18-inch beds and the builds
of these stone that are to be dressed.
Bill A, No. 3,
Is the balunce of the foot course.
HEADERS.?134 lineal feet of header blocks, of
o jet-i oeo, ano irom i to o ieei wiae on tne race.
This course is to be *2 feet thick for 2 feet in from the
face, thence the top bed is sloped inwards, at the
rate of one in six for three feet, so that the inner
ends of th?-#e stone are but 18 inches thick. The
beds and builds of these stone are to be dressed, but
not the ends, except the draft before directed.
Bill B, JVo. 1,
Includes all the Headers of the rusticated rock
work above the water.
13th course. 42 headers 6 feet 6 inches, 2 feet wide
on the face, 18 inches high.
14th and 15th courses. 76 headers 6 feet lonir, 2 feet
wide on the face, 18 inches nigh.
These headers are to be dressed throughout their
whole length, on the top and bottom beds, and for
2} feet in trom the face of the builds. The face is to
be rusticated rock work, hereafter described.
Bill B, Jo. 2,
Includes all the Stretches of the rusticated ruck
work above the water, 13th, 14th, and 15th courses,
120 stretchers, 8 feet long, 2 feet bed, 18 inches
The lieds and builds of these courses are to be
closely dressed; and the (ace, first class, rusticated
rfM'k u iii'k
Bill By jYo. 3.?Coping.
434 lineal feet coping-, 5 feet wide on the bed, and
front b feet to 8 feet long, and '2 feet thick.
The coping in to be dreascd on the top and fare,
according to the specification* for the firat chute fine
cut work. The bed* mid builds are to be dressed
truly, so aa to make clone joint*, with tiliarp arri*
edge* and full corner*. The hack line of the top to
be full and aquarr.
First Class Work.
The fact and the top of tSr coping muat be of the
uaual iiea? notion, of fine cut tcor*. Smooth and
true draft lines, two inchc* wide, muat be run
round each aurface, which niuat be worked perftelly
out of trtrui ; within the draft line* the atone
muat be drcaaed to a true, even aurface, without
depression of any kind, and finished by tooling at
right angles to the betls, and on the top of the coping
at right anglea to the front line. The tooling
to De such a* would be produced by a patent hammer
of six blade* to an inch.
The arris edg?-* of all joint* of the work above the
nurface of the water included in Bill B, Noa. 1,2,
and 3, must be sharp, clean, and true, without 1
break, nick, or ?palling of any kind. The front
top line of the coping is to be rounded on the arri*
edge, two inches on each face, or the-quadrant of a
circle of two inches radius.
The face of the stone included in Bills No*. 1 and
'2 is to be well executed ' Rusticated rock a-ork,"
formed by fine cut draft lines, two incAss truit, run
round the surface as above specified; said draft
line* to be sunk to a depth of not lets than half an
tnck, or more tkan two incites, below the rough surface
of the face of the stone, within said draft lines.
The rough surface of the fair to be full, and round
ing* from mm- urait Him*, and in no ctu* hollow, or
flunk In-low thr limits.
Second Clas* Work.
(M Ihe Bed* and Buildi qf (he finr tooted mark
above the mater. The arris shall be straight arid
true, fcraiinf clone, and dean even joint. True
draft linen 4 un ite* wide munt be run entirely round
each lied, and the surfs/ of the top and bottom
beds worked perfectly out of wind, and parallel to
each other. The surface within the draft linen
munt be drraeed true to a straight edge, without
Itollowing. No depression of any kind will be admitted
within b inched of the face arrin or within
the draft lines on the back and jointa; and none
will be admitted on the hedn or builds exceeding b
indie* diameter and one inch in depth, nor doner
together than one foot; and in no rase when- they
shall together exceed one-fourth of the area of the
' hird CI run Work.
AU (he fame included in fitiit A, Am I, 2. and 3, |
or nit mat tttrn nturw IM turj act <y m water, trtu ot
qf On* dttrriptum.
The corner* and mI^? of each atone mu*t be full
to the line*, A fair, atraigfht draft, two inrhea
wide, munt lw run round Urn top and bottom beda ;
which munt alao be taken truly out of wind, and
made parallel to each other, and of the thi< knee*
*tated in the bill. Within the draft line* the atirf*?
e of the ntrntrhcr la-da inuat be pointed down arid
finiahed with a common axe, no aa to preaent a full,
even, tlmiijrh rouyh aurfare, to a alraigbt edgw.
For two feet of the lieda at the middle of each front
and hark ntretrher, and the drrnaad portiona of the
beda of each header mirat be worked more clnaely,
and no deprr??ion will be therein admitted exceeding
three in. hea in diameter and half an inrh in
"* t!-iT irmrr in?n iwu n ur|ii i wnnif i?i
thin portion of the rurface ; on the remainder of the
lada and tan Ida thf aame allow*n< < . in thi* rcaporl,
will bf made h? in tbf aecond <l*?r work.
A fair <Ira ft of an inch i? to br run round the front
and ha< k of < arh atretcher, and round lioth endliof
ca< b header, an hk In *kmr full rarnrri and iquarr
The bttilda or joint* muat he dreaaed aquare to the
fare lin?-e and tii the bed* of the atone No alark
joint* will in any caae be admitted.
The work will he laid in alternate header and
atretrher < ouraea, laith beneath and abore the water;
the fare of the atimr brin* left rough will fltrrn
rejfular met rated rock-work aahiar, earept the enping,
which will he full drea?ed a?hlar.
ijunlity oj the Stone.
All tin atoneeinbra< ed in the foregoing Bill* inu*t
l>e of the la at and rnoat durable dew ription of fJranite
or Sirnitr, and of theae two the latter will receivr
a derided preference; and in every ea*e the
atone hating the lra*t frldapor in it* compoaition,
and being therefore leaa liable tod lain tegrat ton, will
he preferred.
Spe< ttnena of the ftonc proponed to be furniahed,
properly lal>e||ed, abotild accompany the bida, atat j
ing the pre< i*e location of the quarry. The atone
muat in all < uaea br aoch a* will withaland the waah
of the aea.
All the slum: embraced in Hills 11, ?los. 1, 2, and
3, must be uniform in color and appearance, entirely
free from sup, stains, crack*, flu ws, and pyrites
of iron,
The atone embraced in the Hills A, Nos. 1, 2, and
3, may vary in color ami appearance, (he quality
being otherwise unexceptionable; they muni be free
from sap, cracks, flaws, and the sulphate of iron,
as aliove.
Order of Delivery.
The delivery of the stone should commenceat the
Navy Yard, Pensacola, in ninety days from the
closing of the contract ; and within sixty days
thereafter one-twelfth part of the number of stone
in Hills A, Nos. 1 and '2, should be delivered, commencing
in the order of the courses as expressed in
those bills; one-fourth part of the stone, for the first
four courses respectively, should by that time be
delivered. The delivery of those two bills should
be continued at the rate of not less than one-twelfth
part of each bill per month, following the. above
order in regard to the courses; that is, one-fourth
part of tho course* of stone, from 6 to 8 inclusive,
and next from 9 to 12.
The delivery of the above bills must be concluded
on or before the 1st of July, 1860.
Of the remaining bills, one-fourth part of each
size specified in the bill will be required to Is- delivered
on or before the first day of July, 1860, and
the remainder on or before the first day of Juuuary,
Mu.'., n. ? ... u... _:_u. ?r
j ugl.l UI .11ereasing
the quantity of stone ot lilt' respective sizes,
specified in the foregoing bills, seventy-five per
cent., to be delivered in such reasonable time utter
the date last named above as may be agreed upon.
LEWIS.?The stone must be m illed to receive a
lewis of such shape and size as the engineer may
PATTERNS, gauges, and drawings, with such
other information as maybe necessary, will la* furnished
to the contractors by the engineer in charge
of the work.
DISCHARGING VESSELS. Vessels will la' discharged
in the order in which their arrival at the
yard shall be reported, unless otherwise directed.
Cranes, machinery, and such other assistance us
may be necessary will be furnished by the Govern
luent, as lar an the means of the Navy Yard will
Persona offering proposals will please state separately
the price per cuuic foot for each description
of stone mentioned in the. several bills, to bo paid
for by the nett dimensions dressed. They will
also state the prices respectively for which they will
deliver the several descriptions of stone named in
the bills, undressed, but lairly quarried, and to be
paid for by the nett dimensions to which they will
dress according to the bills.
Schedule of other Material# for the Perma
nent Wharf Const' '-ction of Railway,
Repairs of Dredging Machine, Sfc.
Class No. 2?Materials for Concrete.
300 cubic yards of small fragments of any good
hard stone, not exceeding { lb. each in weight, intermixed
with pieces of various sizes, down to that
e\f a honn Tn no rloan u rw4 fr.w. frAnrt nnriti
Proposals will also be received for furnishing' any
proportion of the above quantity, in Hountf and
clean shells, or in similar sized fragments of hard
burnt bricks.
The delivery to be at the rate of 167 cubic yards
per month, unless otherwise directed.
Class No. 3?Bricks.
20,000 hard burnt bricks, of the best quality and
uniform sizes.
Class No. 4?Cement.
3,600 barrels of the best hydraulic cement, made
in Rosendale, New York, or fully equal in quality
to the best cement prepared there.
To be delivered at the rate of 300 barrels per
month, unless otherwise directed, and to be subjected
to such tests as may lie deemed necessary.
Class No. 5.?Bar Iron, Steel and Spikes.
1 ton 0 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 6 by i inch, best American
Mir iron
1 ton 18 cwt.,0 qrs. 0 lb*, of 5 by j! inch, best
American bar iron
1 ton 6 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 4^ by 2 inch, best American
t>ar iron
1 ton 3 cwt.,0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 4^ by J inch, best Ameic&n
bur iron
1 ton 2 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 4 by J inch ts-st American
bar iron
1 ton 5 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 4 by 2 inch, beat American
bar iron
1 ton 2 cwt., 0 qra. 0 lbs. of 4 by jj inch, bent American
bar iron
1 ton 5 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 11*. of 4 by J inch, best American
bar iron
1 ton 15 cwt.,0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 3J by 1 inch, best
American bar iron
1 ton 5 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 3$ by f inch, best American
bar iron
1 ton 6 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 3 by 3 inch, best American
bar iron
2 tons 5 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 3 by 1} inch, best American
bar iron
0 ton 5 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 3 by 1 inch, best American
bar iron
2 tons 5 cwt., 0 qrs. 0 lbs. of 3 by ? inch, best American
bar iron
I ton 5 cwt., 0 qra. 0 lbe. of 3 by J inch, beat American
liar iron
0 ton 5 cwt., 0 qrx. 0 II*. of 2 by I inch, be?t American
bar iron
0 ton 7 cwt., > qra. 0 Iba. of 2 by ^ inch, heat Ame
rican liar iron
0 ton 1 cwt., 0 qm. 0 lb*, of 1 j by ; inch, l*xt American
bar iron
0 ton 6 cwt., 0 qra. 0 Iba. of 2 inchra Mquare, bent
American liar iron
0 ton 8 cwt., 0 qm. 0 11m. of 1J inchex aqunrr, licat
American bar iron
0 ton 10 cwt., 0 qra. 0 It*. of I inch xquarc, beat
American bar iron
0 ton 6 cwt.,0 qrx. 0 11*. of incbo aquare. beat
American bar iron
0 ton 5 cwt., 0 qra. 0 11*. of j inchex square, bext
American bar iron
1 ton 0 cwt., 0 qra. 0 lb*. of , inctw-a xquarr, l**t
American liar iron
13 tuna 12 cwt., 0 qra. 0 lba. of bar iron
18 tone 0 ca t., 0 qra. 0 11*. of 3> inch diameter, beat
American round iron
IF lull n I Wl., u Ijru. II IUB. UI Z , III' II CIIMIIIl'MT. IX-I"I
American round iron
2 tona 0 cwi., 0 qra. 0 II*. of 2 inrh diameter, beat
American round iron
2 tuna 0 rwt., 0 qni. 0 Iba. of I j inch diameter, beat
American round iron
0 ton 3 cwt , 0 qra. 0 llw. of IJ iuch diameter, licet
American round iron
to tona 10 cwt., 0 qra. 0 lha. of IJ inch diameter, beat
American round iron
0 ton 7 cwt., 0 qra. 0 Iba. of IJ inch diameter, beat
American round iron
1 ton 10 cwt., 0 qra. 0 Iba. 1 inch diameter, l?e?t
American round iron
2 tona 10 cwt.. 0 qra. 0 Iba. of I inrh diameter,beat
American round iron
0 ton 6 cwt., 0 qra. 0 Iba. of ^ inrh diameter, iieat
American round iron
0 ton 8 rwt., 0 qra. 0 lha. of ^ inch diameter, beat
American round iron
0 ton 1 cwt, 0 qra. 0 Iba. of J inch diameter, Iieat
American round iron
0 ton Ocwt., 1 qr. 0 lie. of | inch diameter, Iieat
American round iron
0 ton Ocwt., I qr. 0 lbe. of J inch diameter, Iieat
American round iron
17 tona 2a;wt., 2 qra. 0 lha. of round iron
It pinch barn, in the rnujrh, of to feet Ion*. I J mchm
aquare for IN inchea, thence rounded, tapering
to |t inch, at the other end
xi pinrn nara, in the rough, ? '?"e? lung, inchea
aquare at one end for one foot, them e
rounded to one inch
80 aheeta of {-inch boiler iron,6 fret long", 26 inchea
10 aheeta of i-inch aheet iron
180 pounda of 1-inch octagon caat ateel
100 do j-inrh do do
100 do I g-inch aqua re do
80 do 2 ny 1-inch ahear ateel
800 do 6-inch boat apikca.
Class No. 6.?Railway Iron CashnqM and
About 20 tona, more or leaa, of American railway
iron, a. pattern, 31 inchea high, 2 inrhea wide on
the top table, and four inchea on the bottom, in bara
not leaa than IS feet kmr, weighing about SH pounda
per lineal yard. To he pernVtly welded and free
from acalea, < ra< ka, cinder hokca, and other defecta.
The bara to he atraight and cut aquare to the
ftOO pound* of hook-headed railway apikea, treat
?|iin Iity. ft in< he- long, about 3 to the pound, pointed
or rroaa mil*
The iron work of two turning- rail* for thf < ara ol
a railway of 4 frtt 8J indiea gauge.
Class No. tt?.Miscr///inrmi*.
Iron ( Rating* for railway and other purpnara, aa
the tame may be rruuired during th- year, including
the ratting of IK ahravea of 13 by 31, inrhea to
The price per pound to be ate led.
Class No. 7?jhiscel/anetnu.
10,000 noiinda of pig lead
700 fret of lead pita-, I J-inch diainater, (li^rlit i
pipe,) made hy Tatem K Rrotlx-ra, Phila
delphia 1
200 pounda of ahect copper
20 do apelter
100- do bkx k tin
Clans No. h?Miscellaneous.
20,001) yard* of strong double-thread bugging, tola
26 inches or more in width; or proposal*
10,000 bag* of not lew than 26 incite* iu width and
a yard iu length. The proposal* will state
the price of each
From 100 u> 400 pound* of strong sewing twine
2 dozen of Collin* & Co.'* cost uteri attd wood
axes, from 6 to 6 pounds weight each
4 dozen of Ante*'* beat abort-handled shovel*
1 do Arnea'a best long-luind led shovels
I do Ames'* best spades
II do Ames's broad hoe*
I grinding stone, 4 feet diameter, 5-inch face,
sharp even grit
1 giinning tuiue, * jeet diameter, 4-iiicn isce,
sharp grit, but filter quality
60 pounds oT white lead, ground ill oil
60 do red lead do do
1IM) do tallow
100 do parking yarn
2 coils of 6-inch Manilla rope, 300 fathoiin1
coil of 4-inch do do 100 do
2 eoiln of 3-inch do do 200 do
1 coil of tarred hrinp rope, 4-inch 100 do
2 eoiln of 2-inch tarred hciup rope, 200 do
3 coil* of 12 threud ratline
3 eoiln of 9 do
1 coil of marline
3 coil of houneline
100 pound* of lg-inch deep-sea lead line
10 pound* Itontx
Class No. 9?Miscellaneous.
? ream large nize ruled paper, 12 by 18 ilichen, j
faint lines, ruled ' inch apart, J. Whatman's j
60 sheetn double elephant drawing paper, 41) in. by I
2b in.
10 sheet* antiquarian drawing paper, 27 in. by 19
24 sheets assorted sizes trace paper
b smull ttoltles carmine red ink
2 do blue ink
1 gross extra fine pointed steel pens, (Jos. tiillott's)
' I
<> <loseu hard lead pencils
t> dozen best quality engineer's drawing pencils, j
from two H to four H
1 dozen assorted sizes camel and sable hair |
3 three-quire blank books, good paper and well
3 two-quire blank books, good paper and well I
1 six-quire requisition book
2 dozen leuther-bound memorandum books
3 four-bladed penknives, voiUi one erater blade
1 dozen pieces India rubber
'2 sponges, fine
1 piece fine tanned doeskin
4 lbs. gum arabir
3 folding rules, 2 feet long, with three joints
1 small Scotch hone or whetstone.
Class No. 10.
700 cedar nilln for railway, 7 feet long-, 6 by 8 in.
Class No. 11?Miscellaneous.
From 500 to H00 cords of sound pine light wood,
to be landed in the yard close to the site of the Permanent
Wharf, at the rate of not less than 60 or
more than 100 cords per month, as may be required.
It is to be provided in the contracts, and to be
distinctly understood, that the Government reserves
the rig-lit to increase or diminish the quantities of
articles contracted for to the amount of aO per cent.,
as the wants of the service may require, and whether
the quantities required be more or less than
those specified; the prices shall remain the sumc.
All the articles must be of the best quality, delivered
in gxiod order, and subject to such inspection
at the yard of delivery as the Bureau may direct,
and be in all respects satisfactory to the commandant
thereof. For further description of materials
and samples apply to the commandaut of the navy
The deliveri<? of all the materials may be commenced
forthwith, and must be commenced within
sixty days after the date of the contract, and be
continued from time to time, as, in the opinion of
the commandant of the yard, the wants of the service
may require, and must all be completed by or
before the 30th of June, 1850, except where otherwise
specially provided.
Classes headed "Miscellaneous" to be delivered as
required during the fiscal year. On these twenty
per cent, retained may, at the option of the Bureau,
be paid quarterly on the 1st January, April, July,
and October, where deliveries have been satisfactory.
The balance (eighty per cent.) will be paid
by the Navy Agent within thirty days after the
presentation of bills in triplicate, ttuly vouched and
A rig-id adherence to the contract will be enforced;
bidders, therefore, are especially cautioned not to
ftin 11n nrnaitArt that on *??foiiainn t\f Mmn
will be grail Led or permitted.
Approver! sureties, in half the amount of the con tract,
will be required, and twenty per cent, a*
additional security, deducted from each payment,
until the contract shall have been completed or cancelled.
The sureties inuat sign the contract as
sureties, and make affidavit tiiat they, in the aggregate,
are worth, over and above their debt* and
liabilities, to the full amount of the contract.
Kach offer uiuxt be signed by the neraon or persona
making it, and his or their residence, as well
as the names and residence of the guarantors,
naming the town and btate, must lie distinctly
Person* whose offer shall lie accepted will be notified
by letter through the post office, which notice
shall Ire considered sufficient; and if they do not
Btt i into contract within fifteen day* from tin
date of notice of the acceptance of their bids, a contract
will lie made with some othe^person or per
mum, nuu tlir ^unmiiUMf MJ PftUl t H I rt U111II UHHUT
will be held responsible for cxrrm of prior, if any,
over the accepted offer.
To the Navy Agent at : I, ,
of , in the State of ??, hereby offer to
furnish, under your advertisement dated , ami
subject to all the requirement* of the same, all the
article* embraced in Clam No. ?, vii: for ,
(here insert the article and prices carried out,)
amounting to , (write the aggregate in words.)
The undrnrigned, , of , and
, in tin* State of , n* guarantors, bcnbr
undertake thai tbc above-named will, il' lux
i>(T?t be accepted, enter into r. on tract, ax before required.
with the United Ktates, within fifteen day*
liter the date of notice through lite poet ofli< r of the
acceptance of hi* bid aa before mentioned.
(Kumatiircs.) ,
I certify that the above-named and
are known to me to be good and reaponaible gunran
tor* in Utia caae.
iff- AU ,rropotalt irnl hw mail mutt b* prut patH
jJO- The New Orlean* Bulletin. Halt inn.re American.
Philadelphia Enquirer, New York Courier and
Enquirer, Ho*ton Daily Advertiser, and Union,
Washington, will publiah once a weak until the
30th ilay of July, ItMfl.
July 12? At ________
THE NUKSTRIHERS offer their aerrirea to per
?mix wishing to obtain patentx in the United
States or in foreign countries, and will prepare specification*
and drawing*, and take all necessary
steps to secure a patent.
r roni their long experience, ax practical ine< hanica,
added to a thorough knowledge of the Patent
Lhw and acquaintance with the ih-taila connected
with the business of the Patent Office, they trtlat
they will lie able to give satisfaction to their employers,
Imth in the clearness and precision of their
specifications, and in the promplneas and ability
with which they transai t all business entrusted to
Persons residing at a distance may procure all
necessary in formal ion, have their business transacted,
and obtain a patent, by writing to the nubacribara,
without incurring the expense of a personal
attendant! at Washington.
Model* can tie sent with perfect aaft-ty by the ex- ^
Hough sken lie* and descriptions rati be sent by
|nnjf. i, ]
rnr fvulrnrf r?f Uirir c4imp*tri?cr unn intrprrity,
they would renp?*ctfully refer to all thoar for whom
they have tranaai ted buaineaa
Ijcttera hi nut he r? etna id Often on F atreet, op.
poeite the Patent Office. P H. WATSON, '
June IJ. | mw B. S. REN WICK
Xohrr to boUUrn qf rLatm* a ftnn.it Mrxtro. prtntdsfi
for by thr fifth nrtirU qf thr imratifirrt ronrrntion of
Xormthrr 20. P*4J
r|,HK Hoard of C'ommieaionem to udjuet claim*
1 ii train Hi Meaico, appointed under art of ConfireiM
of 3d March, I Mi, have adopted the followng
order, hi wit:
" It appearing to tha Board thai memorial in
several of the caee* provided for in the fifth article
of the unratified convention of November 40, IH43,
between the government of the United Statea and of
Me aieo, to wit, clainia which were conaidered hy I
the commieaioncra under the treaty of 11 tit April,
ISJW, and referred hi the umpire, and which were
not decid?-d hy hiin, have not la-en filed agreeably
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