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THE TRIBUNE.
Puniahmeatsj in the Nary.
To the Editor of the Tribune:
In your paper of this morning a piece appeared
wader the head of " Reform in the Navy," which
is calculated to prejudice tbe mind of the Public
against this most important arm of our National
Defence. It was most evidently written by a per?
son who knew nothing of the subject, for he pro?
posed that u Midshipmen shall hereafter be made
from the Apprentice^.*' If that, was tbe case, we
would indeed have a fine Navy, one of which we
could boast?our officers composed of the very
tiregs of the country, and our Navy a disgrace to
America.
He also state* : " The officer Srst steps on board
a National vessel a Midshipman, bearing a war
jant from the Government?a warrant for tyranny
*ver, and abuse of tbe helpless slaves of this atro?
cious system." Is this correct ? Is our Secre?
tary a tyrant, that he gives a warrant for the ex?
ercise of undue authority ? No, sir, it is far from
being correct: no such warrant is given; no such
power is allowed to be exercised; and hy such an
assertion our " Naval Commanders" (those who
have fought and bled for the welfare of their coun?
try ) are declared tyrants.
Who is there that can accuse Decatur, Bain
bridge or Perry of having been tyrants ? Was
it tyranny to humble proud England ? Was it
tyranny to soar our glorious stars and stripes
above her bloody cross? If it was, God grant
that such tyranny may ever last in this country,
and may tbe Navy of America be able to boast
another Decatur, another Bainbridge, and another
Perry, to bear her banner in triumph o'er the deep.
Klag cf the free heart's only home,
By angel hands to valor given :
Toy stars have lit the welkin dome,
And all thy hues were horn in heaven.
Forever float that standard sheet!
Where brea'bes the foe but tails before us,
With freedom's soil beneath our feet,
And freedom's banner streaming o'er us ."*
New York; Jan. 2C, 1B43. A Constant liKsnea.
Remarks by the Editor.
The article complained of above was our own,
and no one else is responsible for it; but it was
based on the experience and narrations and forti
fced by the judgement of several who have served
m the Navy?both as gentlemen and whipping
posts.
We see very little in this article that needs an?
swering. The same objections were made in
France to the selection of officers from the ranks
of the Army; yet when had France better armies
than those forced under the Republican rule, when
merit wns the only requisite to rank and promo?
tion ? If our Naval Apprentices are now " the
dreg! of the Country," that a fiords the best rea
iud in the world for changing a system which fills
the Navy with ' dregs.' Was it with ' the dregs of
the Country' that Perry and Bain bridge won
their victories? Never believe it! But let the
beating of sailors be stopped, and the monopoly ol
promotion abolished, and our Sailors and Naval
Apprentices would no longer be " the dregs of the
Country."
If 'Constant Reader' cannot understand thut
v/e oppose an abominable system without accusing
itny men, particularly, wo waste words in talking
with him.
The Colonization Society.?The Intelligen?
cer states that the American Colonization Society
held its annual meeting in the Hall of the House
of Representatives at Washington on the evening
of the 18th inst. which was attended by a great num?
ber of distinguished men. Rev. James Laurie,
D. D., one of the Vice Presidents, presided, and
Mr. Gurley, the Secretary of the Society, pre?
sented the Fxecutive Report. Among those who
took part in the proceedings of tho meeting, we
observe the names of Senator Miller of N. .1.,
Senator Morehoad ofKy., Hon. J. R. Underwood
of Ky., Wise of Va., Mason of Ohio, Mr. Pen
son, Solicitor of the Treasury, and others. On
motion of Rev. Mr. McLain, the Society pledged
itself to raise nt least $40,000 the present year
for great ?inject?, which it is urgently important
should be uttained, such as the purchase of addi?
tional territory, the opening a road to the forest*
in the rear of the Colony, the removal of sundry
emigrants whoso elaim? to the interposition and
aid of the Society it is well nigh impossible to re?
sist, and for various other purposes.
Blackwell's Island.?Joseph Keene, Esq..
the very popular superintendent of Blackwell'*
Island, deserves great praise for his benevolent el
torrs in behalf of the unfortunate inmates of that
establishment. On Tuesday last he made arrange?
ments for that devoted Washingtonian, the Rev.
Mr. Balch, who delivered a very able und affecting
address, which was crowned with very sigiml suc?
cess. Mr. Keene himself, with a number of hi;,
assistants, with about U00 of the prisoners, signed
the Washingtonian pledge, and on Wednesday
evening another meeting was held, which was ably
and feelingly addressed by Mr. K. Dowries Con
nery, of the Prospect, und Mr. William F.dtnonds,
of the Marshall, when about 100 of tho prisoners
came forward and signed the pledge. May it not
be hoped that the result of these meetings may
long be felt in the happy experience of all the par?
ses concerned. [Washingtonian Organ.
KJ* We understand that another Washingto?
nian meeting will be held in ihe Chapel of the
Penitentiary on Wednesday evening next, which
will be addressed by Mr. Kdmonds and others.?
Heaven prosper their undertaking!
Extraordinary Memory.?The memory of
Dr. Leyden was most tenacious, and he some
tiaiea loaded it with lumber. When he was at
Mysore, an argument occurred upon a point oi
Knglish history; it was agreed to refer it to Lev
den, and, to the astonishment of all parties, he re?
peated verbatim th? whole of an act of Parliament
in the teign of James relative to Ireland, which
decided the point in dispute. On beiag asked how
he came to charge his memory with such extraor?
dinary manor, ho said that several years before,
when he was writing on tho changes that had taken
place i? the Knglish language, this act was one ot
the documents to which ho had referred as a spe?
cimen of the style of that age, and that he had re
tamed every word in his memory.
- ELettej from Sir J ohn Malcolm.
OliE1? SILK, manufactured itTeverv
^^^^^^^^^
article by a firm in bus city. v.bo have ban .
clusjri-saleot?dedSdk. 'Wlhoio^rsiS^?S 7?
all silk not nnisbed equal to *?Tx^<?n>??^y*Xor
Orders received for us and samples to ?... seen >t a w
?J?RUM'S. 123Maiden lace, ^-BSffil&5
a. Co. respecting ocr resrH>nsibiIity._ j24 eodSm
ECONOMY AND KA0Hl0^sT^Iwa7
ranted ?s cheap as ibe cheapest lhat can be bought
in lae city. F.sshieaable Hals warranted tcr bodias, :rum
$*) to $4. Splendid imitfttion moleskin Mais, cloth ander
Urimi, $2 $C If in any instance the above hats do not give
kaiisfactioo. tbe wore* can be amply suit.bed by -ivm
-nformailon to the subscriber, wbt re ihey are oosMaafiy
iiisnufactarkg. J.W.K tCU.OGG,
j?l lm" No. JS2 Canal-sL cor. of Thompson.
COAL AFLOAT.?A cargo"of jPeach
Orchard red ash Coal, now Ivmg at the foot of Mar?
ket-street, E. SL, and will be delivered ut good order at tbe
reduced price of $5 per ion, weighed by a city weigher.?
Apply on board of the Pottsville canal boat Colrain. j27 Si*
PEACH ORCHAKJJ iN?T COAL, of
large sue; also, Broken and KgK. constantly on hand,
a ii handsomely screened and delivered, at the shortest no?
tice and at the lowest market prices.
... . WARD 4. BROWNE.
411 Washington, corner of LaigU-street
la yard, Virginia Coal, for smhhs' cat. ^
Boz's New Worx?'Martis Chczzlewit.'?
The first number of Mr. Dxkens's new work,
? Martin Chuzzlewit,' appeared the last day of the
year, and ha.-* excited a good deal of interest. The
opening chapter, desultory and general, is rather
weak ; but the two chapters which follow contain
some vigorous writing, more condensed and epi?
grammatic than the author's usual style. The he?
ro of the piece, an old misanthiopic invalid, has
adopted an orphan child, a stranger, in the person
ftf a young lady about seventeen, his constant com?
panion, to whom he pays a handsome annual allow?
ance, on the understanding, according to Martin's
statement, " That no term of affectionate cajolery
shall ever be adopted by either to the other, but
that the shall always call me by my Christian name,
and I by hers. Sne is bound to me by ties of in?
terest ; and losing by my death, and having no ex?
pectation disappointed, will mourn it, perhaps;
but for that I care not."
The old man, it ought to be premised, being
rich,1 and disgusted with the fawning and servility
of friends and relatives, who used him for bis
wealth, has taken a solemn oath never to leave her
sixpence when he dies. In striking contrast with
the inflexible sternness and eccentricity of Martin
Chuzzlewit, ?lands the character of Pecksniff", an
oily hypocrite, who doles out aphorisms and mor?
sels of philosophy?the worthy parent of two fright?
ful beauties, whom he styles ' Mercy and Charity.'
He belongs to tb** Squeers genus, inasmuch as
he calls himself " architect and surveyor," though,
of his architectural doings, nothing was clearly
known, "except that he had never designed or
btiilt any thing," bat like his prototype, the York?
shire school-master, almost, if not entirely, con?
fined himself to the reception of pupils in his house.
" His genius lay in ensnaring parents and guardians,
and pocketing the premiums."
The other characters introduced are.?the land?
lady of the Blue Dragon, near Salisbury, (at whose
house Chuzzlewit and the young lady, who nre tra?
velling, stop, the old man having been seized with
illness on the road ;) a smart young fellow, named
Weslock, of one Pecksniff's articled pupils, who
" had been taken in and done for; an insipid, go?d
meaning creature named Pinch, who lives with,
and acts as clerk to Pecksniff; and the beauties
"Charity and Mercy,'' already mentioned. As far
as a judgement can be formed of the first number?
which, by the way, is like judging a house by a sin?
gle brick?the present work promises to be equal,
if not superior, to any thing the author has yet pro?
duced. There are detached portions of it which
for power and graphic effect will bear u compari?
son with any thing he has ever written. Master
Humphrey's Clock damaged the literary reputa?
tion of Boz; Martin Chazzlewit seems likely to
raise it.
N PURSUANCE of an order of the sur?
rogate of the County of New-York, Notice is hereby
given to all persons having claim- against Edward B. Sum?
mers, late ol the City of' New-York. Grocer, deceased, to
present tbe same with the vouchers thereof to the subscri
ncrs at No; J& Rivingston-street, comer of Essex street, in
the City of New-York, on or before the1 thirtieth day of
June, 1842. Dated New-York, the twenty-seventh day
of December. 1842.
2R lawCm* CUARLE?"VER^LeY. 1 Administrator?.
N PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur
_ rotate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby
Given to all persons having claims against George W.tGil
j bert, late of the city o- New-York, Gentleman, deceased,ti?
present the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscri?
ber, at her residence; No. ?'*"> Porsyth street, iu the City of
New-York, on or before the tenth day of June next. Dated
New-York, the Bib dav of December, 1842.
d8 law6m MARY ANN GILBERT. Executrix^
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Bur
rogaie of the County of New-York, notice is hereby
given to all persons hiving claims against Mibr.ar Howell,
lite of the city of New York, iron founder, deceased, to
present the tame wiut the vouchers thereof to the subscri'
ber, at the office of Joseph E. Coffee, comer of Bench and
West streets, in the city of New York, on or before the
fifteenth dav of June next. Dated New-York, the 12tb day
of December. 1R42. NELSON HOWELL,
dl51awGm* Administrator.
IHT'pult^
rotate of the County of New-York, Notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against Robert Eckart,
late of the city ol New-York, caulker, deceased, to present
the same w ith the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at bis
residence, No. 1 Broome-slreet, In the- city of New-York,
on or before the twenty-second dny of June next.? Dated
N'. w York, the nineteenth day of December. A. D., 1812.
dSO lawCm" WM. GRAY, Executor.
N P?R SI)AN(/ E of an order ?fThe Stir
rugate of the county of New York, Notice is hereby
given to ?II persons having claims against John Sbepard,
bite of the city ol New-York, jeweler, deceased, lo present
the same with the vouchers thereol to the subscriber, at her
residence, No. 119 ReaJe-slreel. in the city of New-York,
on or before the twentieth day of June next?Dated Ncw
Yotk, the seventeenth day oi'Derember, 1842.
d2l la?6m JANE MARIA SHEPARD, Administratrix.
IN pursuance of an order of the Surrogate
of the County of New-York, Notice is hereby {riven t..
all persons having claims neainst Mary Clarkson, late ol
the city of New-York, deceased, to present the some with
the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at Mr. Wiliink's *?f
6ce, No. 73 Nassau-street, in tIi*? city of New -York, on or
before the first day of March next.?bated NfiW-York, the
twenty-ninth dav of August, A. I). 1842.
au30 law6m? JOHN ABM. WTLLINK.
"N PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur
rognte of the.Connty of New-York, notice Ls hereby
given to nil persons having claims aoainisl David Milne, Inte
of the Island of Santa Crux, in the West Indies, deceased,
to present the same with the vouchers thereof to the sub?
scriber, at bis office No. 42 South street, in the city of New
York, on or before the sixth dav of February next. Dated
New-York, 1st day ol August, A. D. 1842.
_au3 lawGm___JOSEPH W. ALSOP
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur
rognt* ol the County of New York, Notice is berebv
given to nil persons having clnims against Gibert T. Odell,
late of the City of New \ork, milkman, deceased, to pre?
sent the same with tb? vouchers thereof w the sub*cnl>er.
at ?te Office Of William S.King, No. 25 Nassau street, in
the Citv of New York, on or before the Kith day ot March
nexh Dated New York, the 15th day of September, 1842.
s!4 lw6m* PHILETTA OOKLL. Admrx.
N PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur
rogateof the County of New-York, Notice is hereby
given to nil persons having claims against John Green, laie
of the City ol New-YotK, Lnmber tlealcr, deceased, to pre?
sent the Same with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber,
at his residence. No. 807 Washington-street, iu the City of j
New-York, on or before the first day of May nexL Dated
New-York the thirty-first day of October, 1842.
jnl law Cm*_;_WILLIAM GREEN.
N PURSUANCE of an order of the
_ Surrogate of the County of New York, notice i? hereby
given to ail persons having claims against Abraham W.
Cooper, late of the City of New York, grecer, deceased, to
present the same n ith "the vouchers thereof to the subscri?
ber, at her residence. No. 719 Greenwich-street, in the City
of New York, on or before the twenty-ninth day of May
next. Dated New-York, the twentv-sixlk dav of Nov. 1342.
n29 law-Cm_MART COOPER, Admintstratrix.
N PURSUANCE of an orderof "the Sur
__ rogate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against Nancy Cadweli,
late of the City of New-York, widow, deceased, to present
the same, with the vouchers thereof, u> the subscriber, at
the store of Abner Millen, corner of Chatham and Mott
streets, in the city of New-York, on or bet?re the first day
of April next.?Dated New-York, the 2Sih dav of Septeru
ber. 1842. s29 Iaw6.u* WM. P. S. CA DWELL.
I~N PU ISSUANCE of anorder of the Sur
rogate of the County of New-York. Notice is hereby
given to ail persons-having claims against John C. Roberts,
late of ?ie City of New-York, Merchant, deceased, to pre?
sent the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscribers
at the office of Henry W. Sill, No. 84 William-street, in the
Citv of Rew-York, on or liefore die 6th day of March next
Dated New-York, the 35th dav of August, A. D.. 1842.
HENKY W. SILL,
SAMUEL THOMSON,
auSO law6m* Adtntnlstrator ot John C. Roberts, deceased
IN'PURSUANCE of an order of the
Surrogate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against ELIZABETH
SHERWOOD, t?te of the Citv of New-York, widow, de?
ceased, to present the same with the vouchers thereof to the
subscribers at the dw elling of Maria Smith. No. 15"2f Divi
sion-street, in the City of New York, on or beiore the" twen?
tieth day of May nex'. Dated New-York, the 15th day ot
November, 1842. MARIA SMITH, > c
ntfi lawtim? NANCY TOMPKINS. ( ?ecutors.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur
rogate of the County of New-York, Notice is hereby
given to all person* having claims against Peter B. Demi
rest, lateof die City of New-York, gentleman, deceased, to
prese nt the same with tbe vouchers thereof to the subscrib?
er at hu residence. No. ?4 Jones street, in tbu City of Jv'ew
\ ork. on or be.ore tbe thtrteenth dav of April next.?Dated
near-York the tenth dar of October, A. D 184?
J?w6m? HENRY P. D EM ABjeSTjxecctor.
TN PURSUANCE of an ordeToflhe Sur
men^l??i?Ll^Co.anl?/ of New-York, notice B herebv
Del \S V*n*iK having claims again? Benjamin Hal
[ ^'?^^Cuy of New-York, Cartman, deceaseJ. io
eTT^t;^>Sai,^w>i,Q ^ vouchers thereof to the sabscrib
?i,a Goerck cit>" 0!" Newport
York, ?,5saias?^m ^
NEHKMt.vli H ALI ICK )
W ILLIAM HAL?ck. \ -^draintstraton.
jyS law?ra* '
NOTICE is hereby girealhat an ^prylT
ca?on will be made at tbe next Session of the [erb
lature of the State of New-York to facorpora?- g s3n
Dtip.society of the City* New-York: I
New York. Dec 15,1542, dlSHwaw? !
[
IN PURSUANCE of an?rder of the Sot
rogate cf the County of New-York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against William H. G.
Brown, late of the City of New-York. Boatman, deceased,
to present the same wiih the vouchers thereof to the subscri?
ber, a; the office of Thompson It Carter, Attorneys. No. 25
Nassan-street. in the City of New York, on or before the
tenth dav of Jone next. Dated New-York, the seventh day
of December A. D. 1842. ELIAS P. BROWN.
d3 Ja*6m Administrator.
I~N P1;RS~?ANCE of an order of the Su7
rogate of the Connty ot New-York, notice is hereby
given to ail persons bavin? claims against Daniel McFar
iane, late of the Island of Santa Crux, in the West Indies,
deceased, to prevent the same with the vouchers thereof to
the subscriber, at bis office So. 42 South street, in the city of
New-York, on or i-efore th?* sixth day of February next.
Dated New-York, the first day of An gast. A. D. JS42.
auS lawCm JOSEPH W. ALSOP.
Tri PURSUANCE of an order ol the Sur
JB. rogate of the Connty of New-York. Notice is herehv
given to ail having claims against MARY VAX ZANDT.
late of the City of New-York, spinster, decease,!, to present
the same with the vouchers therpot to the subscribers at the
store of the -ub-cr::?-r Robert Lane, No. 1?. Mai.ien laif. :n
tue Citv oi New-York. ?n or before th?* Third day of April
next.?Dated New-York, the Thirtieth day of September,
1842. ROBERT LANE,
ol law??i_JOHN R. BRIGGS.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur
rogate of theeoucty of New-York, Notice is hereby
given to all person- having claims against Charles Taylor,
late of the city of New-York, porter-house keeper, de?
ceased, to present the same with the vouchers thereof to
the rabscriter, at her residence. No. Stj Division-street, in
the city of New-York, on or !>efore the 25ih day of March
n^xt-?Dated New-York, the twentv.third dav'of Septem?
ber. 1242. ELIZABETH TAYLOR, Administratrix.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the
Surrogate of the County of New-York, notice i< herehy
given to all persons bavin? claims against Margaret Stewart. I
late of the City of New.York, single woman, deceased, to !
present the same with vouchers thereof to the-subscriber, at j
bis ' trice. No. 20 Chamber-street, in the City of New-Y irk,
on or bet?re the ninth day of May next Dated New-York,
the 7th day of November. A. I). 1842.
nS law6m* RICHARD L. SCHIEFFELIN. Executor.
N PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur
rogate of the County of New-York, noticp is hereby
given to all person- havinr claim* against John Rockett,
late of the City of New-York, ?liipm*-ier. deceased, to j
present the >aroe with the vouchers thereof to tbe subscri?
ber, at his orF.ce No. 15 Cetjtre-ftreel, in the City of New
York, on or before the twenty-serond day of April next.
Dated New-York, tbe nineteenth day of October, A. D.
1312. JAMES E. BEERS, Administrator,
o20 ItaGm with the Will anneied.
N"PURSUANCE of an order of ?iFTStS
rogate ol the County of New-York, Notice is hereby
given to all persons bann? claims against William S. Cham?
pion, late ol the City ol New-York, merchant, deceased, to
present the same with the vouchers thereof to the suliscri
hers, Rt their office, No. 819 Delancey-street. in the City of
New-York, on or beiVire the Sixth day of February next.?
Dated New.York, tl.e 2d day of August, 1S42.
SARAH A. CHAMPION, Executrix.
CHAS. F. CHAMPION, ( ?,??.??
aagS law6m? JAS.ROSS,_I Executors.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of tbe Sur?
rogate of the Connty of Npw York, notice is hereby
given to all pervins having claims against Isaac B. Merntt.
T?te of the city of New York, grocer, deceased, to pr? - at
the wine with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, ai her
residence. No. 127 Mulberry street, in the city ofNew York,
on or before the 27th day of January next. Dated New
York, the 23-1 day of Julv. 1842.
iv25 llawfim* MARY M ERRITT, Administratrix.
"N PURSUANC E of an order of the Sur
rogate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against Amasa Jarkau,
late of the city of New-York, merchant, deceased, to pre?
sent the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber,
at bis store. Sc.. IS Coentles ?hp. In the city of New-York,
On or before the Twenty-fifth day of January next.
Dated New-York, the Twenty-second dav of July. 1M2
jy23 lawGm*_RALPH MEAD. Adreinistrator.
N"PI:RSUANCE of aiT07d^fth7s~u7
rogate of llie County of New-York. Notice Is hereby
given to all persons bavins claims against Joseph Ridgway,
rate *f the City of New-York, gentleman, deceased, to pre?
sent the same, with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at
the office of Isaac O. Barker. No. 134 Nassau-street, in the
Citv of New-York, on or before the Twentieth day of Jan?
uary next.
Dated New-York, tbe fiflef-nth day of Julv. lp.42.
jyl8 lawfim* SARAH A. RIDGWAY. Administratrix^
N PURSUANC E of an order of the Sur
_ rogate of the County of New York, Noiice is hereby
given to ail persons having claims against Samuel Good
rich, late oi the City of New York, carpenter, dctean-d,
to present the same With the vouchers thereof to the sub?
scriber, at his residence. No. 51) Essex-st, in the City.of
New York, on or before the fourth day of March next.
JOHN GOODRICH, Administrator.
New York, Sept 1st, 1842._6l law 6m*
NTT?RSU ANC E cT aTordeTof the~Sur
L rogate of the County of New-York, notice* is hereby
given to all persons having elf mis against Robert RaBiday,
late of the City of Ne~-York. merchant, deceased, to pre?
sent the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
at bis office, No. 35 Liberty-street, in the City of New York,
on or before the eleventh day of February nexL
Dated New-York, the eighth dav of August, A. D. !"42.
au9 Inw6m?_KDW. C. HALLIDAY.
l^T?UlvSUANCE of an order?f the Sur
rogate of tbe County of New-York, Notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against Vincent Bodine,
late of the City of New-York. Hay Carman, deceased, to
present the same with the vouchers thereof to the inbscrib
ers at number 184 Orchard street, in tlie City of New-York,
on or before the second day of July next.?Dated New York
the twenty-ninth dav of December, 1842.
GARRET M. BODINE,) . . ? ,
jy5lafim* JOHN M. BODINE. '{Administrators.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the
Surrogate of the County of New-York, Noiice is here?
by given to ail person* having claim- against SARAH
HOLLENBECK, late of the city of Newport, widow:
deceasrd, to present tbe same, with the vouchers there"!,
to tl.e 'subscriber, at bis residence,No. 72 Crosby-streeL in
the city of New-York, on or before the nineteendi day ol
June nexs.?Dated New-York, the sixteenth day of Decem?
ber. A. D. 1312. DAVID SHERWOOD,
dl7 lawfim* Administrator.
"N PURSUANCE of^^rdTr of the S?7
rogate of the County of New-York, Noiice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against Cornelius W.
Van Raost. lateof the City of New-York, gentleman, de<
ceased, to present.tbe same with the vouchers thereof la
the sobscribers, at the residence ol tne subscriber, Ann C.
Van Raust,No. 720 Broaoway, in the City ol New-York,on
or before the twenty-seventh day of May next.?Dated
New-York, the twenty-fourth day of November. A. D.,
1842. i>2j law?m*
I" N PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur
rogate of the Counly of New-York, Nonce is hereby
given to all persons having claims against LEWIS TOOK
ER, late of the City ol New-Yo'k, Cartroan, deceased, to |
present the same with the vouchers thereof to the subscri?
ber, at his honse, No. -}f? I Houston-street, in the City cf New
York, on or be.'ore the Sixth djy of May next?Dated New
York, the -ith day of November, IS 12.
n? law?m JOHN S. TOOKER, Administrator.
OTICE.?Pursuant to an order of Na?
thaniel W. Davis, Surrogate of the Couniy of Tioga.
iKd.ce is hereby given to all persons who have damu
against W illiam Worthington, late af the town of Richford
m said County, deceased, to exhibit die sann? with the
vouchers thereol to William Beiden, at the dwelling house
oi the Administrator in the same town of Richford, in said
Connty, at or before the 19th day of June, A.D. 1343 ?
Dated tbeTUh dav of November, A. D. 1312.
.-*? -~ WILLIAM BELDEN. Administrator.
X)TICE.?Daniel Hawk? of Cortland
ville, Conland County, Supreme Court Commission,
has issued an attachment against StDlman Knight's estate,
n non resident debtor, which will be sold lor the payment ol
hi- debts unless be appear and discharge such attachment,
according to law, within nine months from the first publi?
cation of this notice. The payment of any debts due tb Lira
Kj residents ot this Shite ; the delivery to him or for his
use of any property within this State belonging to him ; the
transferor any such property by biro, are forbidden by kiw
and are void." |jv23 law9m] " E. C. REED, Attorney.
A^miT^sTRATOi^^OTic e.?
Pursuant 1? an order of Alexander H. Wells, Surro?
gate of the County ol W estebester, notice is hereby given
to all persons having claims against the Estate of Lemuel
WelJs, late of the town of Y >nkers. in said County, deceas?
ed, to present die same, with the vouchers there*)!', to
E:iza H. Wells th- Administratrix of the said deeeav-d, at
her plare of residence in tbe said town ol Yonkers, oa or
before the twentieth day of March next
Dated Yonkers, September 10th, 1842.
sl3 lawtim ELIZA H. WELLS- Administratrix.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.?In pursu
ance of an order of Alden Spoor.er, E-q.. Surrogate
ot Kings Counly, notice is hereby given to all persons hav?
ing claims against David Halliard, grocer, late of the city
of Biooklyn, deceased, to pre>ent the same with the vouch?
ers thereof to Ann Halliard, corner of Fr nt and A ar.is
streets, or to Joshua R Holden. 3-t Front street, in the laid
city ot Brooklyn, on or before the third day of July next.?
Dated January 2,1S43.
ANN HALLIARD. ) F .
rtSl lawGm*_JOSHUA R HOLDEN. S
OTICE is hereby given to ail persons
having claims against the Estate of PETER PALM?
ER, late of the Citv of New -York, deceased, to present ihe
same, with die vouchers thereof, to the sub-cnoer. at the
?vt;ce of Elias G. Drake. No. 43 Wall street, in tk? City of
New-York, on or before the twenty-first day ?f J une next.
JANE PALMER. Executrix.
New-York. December 20th, 1S42._n21 la-adni?
TV]"OTICE.?The Protestant Episcopal
_L^I Soci*ty for promoting Religion and Learning in the
State of New-York intend to apply to tS?e Legislature of this
State, at its next Session, for an amendment ib their charter,
permitting them to receive gitts, bequests and devises of
prooeity upea trust, to further an- of the objects of such
Socletv. New-York, 22d December, 1842.
drsiavsow_WM. H. HARRISON. Secretary.
VILLAGE TAX FOR 1S42.-The
a!>ove Tax has been put into sny bands for collection,
by the Trustees of the Village *>f Wi'iliauishurgh?aad but ;
a short time allowed for its collection; it is necessary,
therefore, that immediate attention should be given to this
matter by tbo-e w bo would not be subjected"to tbe addi?
tional expense of havler their lots returned unpaid and ad?
verb* tL
I sha 1 aUend at my office, on Pint, near Grand-firee:, for
the purpose of receiving the above Tax, from 7 to i o'clock,
A. M., and from 4?3 o'clock. P. M . of each basioess day.
> j/ WILLIAM D. Llyv> EJtBJB, Village Collector.
Wdharosbcrghjjan. UrtHt, ? j27 Iaj?
BY ORDER of Daniel P. Ingraham, one
of tbe Associate Jcages of rcJ^^J*F*?
Pleas in and for tie City and County of NewY-rk. Noll?
is hereby pretv pwsaaat to tbe provisions w
authorizing atucbmenis against non-resident debtors. that
an attachment bas issued airamst :be estate cm
eil. resident of Nantnckeu Massachusetts, and that Be*"
will b? sold for the payraeat cf his debts, unless he appear
and d;scbargesuch attachment, according to law, wtuuo
nine months from tbe first pabiication ot this nouee : an?
tbat the payment of an* debts due to him by residents ot
this State, and the del'>erv to him. or for his use.oi anj
property within this State belonging to him, and tue tranv
?r ?* any such pn.pmy by him, are forbidden by law, ano
axe void. Dated the 24th ?ay of November. 1342
dSl law?si BURR k BENEDICT,
K ve. Journal copy. Attorneys for AtuchJn^_Cjedjtor
BY ORDER of the "Honorable Michael
UUboeffer, First Judge *f th<* Court of Common
Pieas for tbe City aod County of New-York. Notice :s here?
by given, pursuant to the provisions of the statute authnnt
ing~attachments against non-resident debtors, that an at
tachm* nt bas issued against ibe estate of Joseph Hubbacs,
a non-resident of the Stole of New York, and ibat the same
will be s->M for tbe payment of bis debts, unless he appear
and discharge such attachment, accenting to law, witli;n
nine months from Use first publication of this notice; and
tbat tbe payment of any debts due to hira by residents of
this State, "and Iii? delivery to hira or for his use, of any
property within this State belonging to himasd the transfer
of anv ?ich property by him are iorbidden by law, and are
void." Dated the 8th day ot November, I'J4*2.
GRIFFIN fc HAVENS,
Atton?es for Attaching Creditors.
XT Evening Journal copy._n25 Iaw9m
BY ORDER of Stephen Chapman, Esq.
Supreme Court Commissioner, residing at Clockvule,
in the town of L*nnx and County of .Madison, notice is
hereby given; that sn attachment has issued against the
estate ot Hiram Ck>.-e. as a non-resident debtor, on dee
proof made to the slid supreme Conn Commissioner, pur?
suant to the directions r.f the statute concerning attachments
again-', absconding, concealed and non-resident debtors,
an?i that the same will !x? sold tor tbe payment of bis debt*
unless he, the said Hiram Close, appear and discharge snch
attachment nccon'.icg to law within nine months from tbe
first publication of this notice; and that the payment of any
debts,and the delivery of any property belonging to the
>a d ilebtor, to him or for his use, and the transter ot sny
property by him for any purpose whatever, are forbidden
by (aw ?nd'are void. Dated this 2d dav of Nov. lK-t i.
TIMOTHY JENKINS.
dl5 law?m* Attorney lor Attaching Creditor.
BY ORDER or Frederick A. Tall
tnadge, Recorder of the City of New-York.?Not re
is hereby given, pursuaBt to the provisions of the statute
authorizing attachments against non-resident debtors, that
an attachment hps issued against the estate'of Charles Col
liua, resident of St. Louis, in the State of Missouri, and Uiat
the same will be sold for the payment of his debts, unless be
appear and discharge such attachment, according to law,
within nine niontlis irom the first publication of this notice :
and that the payment of any debts due to him by residents
of this State, and the delivery to nim a r for bis use, of any
property within this State belonging to him. and the trans?
ter of any such property by him are forbidden by law, and
are void. Dated the 10th day of October. 1342.
o!4 law?m O. H. PLATT. Atn'y lor Attach. Creditor.
BY ORDER of Francis H. Rubles,
Eso. . Jvdge of Chautauque County Courts oi the de?
gree of Counsellor at Law in the Supreme Court. Notice is
herebv given that an attachment bas ksus-d aeainst the Es?
tate oi RHODES CHAPMAN, as a non-resident debtor,
and that the same will be sold for tbe payment of kis debts,
unless he appear and discharge such attachment according
to law, within n it" months trom the first publication of tin
notice, and tbat Hie payment of anv debts due to him by re?
sident* of this State, and the delivery to hint, or for bis
use. df any properly within this State betonging to him,
and the transfer of any such property by htm, are torb.d
.!f-:i by law and are void.
Dated this 'Jib day of November. 1342.
WILLIAM P. MELLEN;
n2l law 9m Attorney lor Attaching Creditor.
BY () R1 > E R of J oseph Center. Esq..
Supreme Court Commissioner in and tor the County
ol Ningara.
Notice is hereby "iven tbnt an attachment tins b?en is?
sued against the estate of Henry A. SHI; as a non-resident
debtor, and that the same will be gold for the payment of
his debts,Untess h? appear and discharge such ailarbraent
according to law, within nine months from the first publi?
cation of this notice; and thai the payment of any debts
ard tbe de ivery of any property belonging to the said
debtor, to him or tor hi- use, and the transfer of any pro?
perty by bun lor any purpose whatever, are forbidden by
law, and are void ?Dated Aug. 16,1842.
NICHOLLS It NEWTON, Attorneys for
nl law9m Attaching Creditors.
BY ORDER of Thomas A. Osborne.
Judge of Chautauque County Courts, of die degree
of Counsellor at Law in tbe Supreme Court
Notice is hereby given, that an attachment bas issued
against tin-estate of Leonard Jacobs, now or late of the
t?wn of Ripley, in tht County of Chautauque and State of
New-York', an absconding or concealed debtor,on due proof
made to the said Judge, pursuant U) the direction* of tbe
statu'.e concerning " Attachments again*! absconding am.
concealed debtors," and the same will be sold for the pay?
ment of his debts, unless he the said Leonard Jacobs appear
and discharge such attachment according to law, within
three months from the first publication of this notice. And
the payment of any/debts, and the delivery of an/ property
belonging in the said debtor to him, or tor bis use, and tbe
transfer of any property by him, for any purpose whatever,
are forbidden by law, and are void.
Dated Westfield, November 15, 1842.
AUSTIN SMITH.
n2l lawSm Attorney fur Attaching Creditor.
BY ORDER of the I Ion. Frederick A.
Tallmadge, Recorder of the City of New^York, N >
tire is hereby given, pursuant to the provis oi,.s of the Mat
ule authorizing attachments Bgainslabscondiug,concealed,
and non-re.-i"lent debtors, that un attachment has i>-.'.:eil
against the estate of It. Watson and E. Watson, trading un?
der the firm of R k E. Watson, residents of the Stated
Connecticut, and Uiat the same will be sold for the payment
of their debts, unless they appear and discharge such at?
tachment accord tog to law, within nine moalbs from the
?rsl pnblicatioa ol this notice; and that the payment of any
debts due to them by residents of this Stale, lind the deliv?
ery to them, or lor their use, of any property w.thin tins
State belonging to them, and the transfer of any such pro?
perty by them, are forbidden by law. and are void. !) <?..-,:
the 50th day oi November. 1312 WEED k HILLY ER,
<'l lawgm Attorneys for Attaching Creditor.
BY ORDER of ElishaWard.Esq.3udgc
of the Chautauque County Courts ofth e degree ol
Counsellor, jee, notice is hereby given, pursuant ictlie pro?
vision ol the Statute authorizing, attachments ar'-rnst non?
resident debtors, that an attachment has issued a.-ainst the
e-t.ite of William Culbertson and Orrin Hook, non resident
debtor.- residing in the Slate of Pemaylvani i, and iwt the
same w ill be sold for the payment of then* debts unless ihey
appear-and discharge such attachment according to law
within nine mouths from ;he first publication ofthili :;.>tlcts:
? ami that lbs payment of any Hein an l the deliveryol ah3
property belonging to such debtors, or eii|,er of tnem. tor
their u.>e, or the transfer pf any property by them or either
?f them, lor any purpese whatever, are fot bidden bylaw,
and are void. Dated the 20th day of July, IH42.
M. STROPE, Attorney for Attaching Creditors,
aul 2aw9:n
~ V^?RITeR of the Hon. DaoTelTiTtaH
?maikre one of the Associate Justices of the Superior
Court of the city of N. Yoi k, notice is hereby im %?<.;., pursuant
to the provisions of the statute authorizing ittacbmenuag liust
abscomiing, concealed, and non-resident debtors, that an
attsfhmeni has issued again-ttl e estate ot Allred B. Chnrcb,
a resident of Hamburg, in the State ofSooth Carolina,and
that ibe same will l>e sold for the paymeatof bis del>;?, un?
less he appear and discharge such attachment, according to
law, w in.in nine moudis from the first publication of this no
tice; and that the pnv ment of any debts due to him by resi
dentsoi the Sbite of New York and the delivery to him,or
for his use, of any property within the State of New York
belonging to him, and the transfer of any such properly by
him, are forbidden by law, and are void. Dated the twenty
fourth day of September. 1812.
WELLS i: VAN WAGENEN,
Attorneys (or Attachtug < -editor--,
s29 law9m 11 Pine-itreet, New-York.
~Y ORDER of Joaep?l:"entert Esq.,
Supreme Court Commissioner in and for the county
ol Niagara.
Not;ce is hereby given that an attachment has been Issued
against the t -...te ot' HEN it Y A. SILL, as a aon-rrsideot
debtor, and that the same will be sold tor the payment of
b:s debts, unless he appear and discbarge su?.h attachmi ol
accord , g to law, within nine months from die first publica?
tion oi this notice; and that the payment of any dents and
the deir. ery of any property beloD?ring to the *aid debtor,
to him or lor h's use, and the transfer ol any property be?
longing to the said debtor, to him or for his use, and tbe
transfer of any property by him for any purpose whatever,
are lorbidden by law. and are void- O.?ed Aug. Id,
NICHOLLS At NEWTON,
aogC4 3mlaw_Att'ys for attaching creditors.
BY ORDER of Willis In-lis, Esq. one
of the A-ssociate Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas, of the City and County of New-York, Notice Ls here-'l
by given, pursuant to the provisions of the statute authori?
zing attachments again^non-resident debtors, Uiat an attach?
ment has issued against the estate of JenaUaa Going, a
resident of the Suite of Ohio, and that the same w?l be sold
fcr the payment of his debts, unless he appear and discharge
such attachment, according to law, witiun nine months trom
Ute first publication of dais notice; and that the payment ol
any debis due to him by residents of this state, and the de?
livery to mm or for his use, of any propertv within this
state"belonging to him and the L-unster of any'such proper?
ty bv htm are forbidden by law, and are vo^.L Dated the
third day of January, 184L C. NAG LE,
Attorney for Attaching Creditor.
Evening Journal copy. aalO law9m
B
Y ORDER of Stephen Chapman, Su
_ preme Court Commissioner, Notice Ls hereby given,
thai an attacbu?r:t has issued against the estate of ROB?
ERT PARFREY, tow or late of the town of Acgusta, in
the Courty of Oneida, an absconding or conceaJed debtor,
on due proof made to the said Supreine Court C-*mmi?iooer,
pursuant to the directions of the Statute concerning "Attach?
ments agmnst absconding, concealed or nun resident debt?
ors." and that the same will he sold for the payment of his
debUjUnless be.tbesaid Robert Parfrey^ppear and discbarge
such attachment according to law, within t?re?* montls
from the first publication of Ulis notice. And lhat the pay?
ment of any debts, and the delivery of any property be?
longing to the .-aid dtbtor. to him, or for his use, and the
transfer "f any property by bim, for aiy purpose whatever
are frrbtddea by taw and are void.?Dated at Clock rille, in
the u?wn of Lenox, in the ct,untv of Madison, the tilth dav
of December, 1S42 TIMOTHY JENKINS.
jlS law3m-_Attorney tor Attaching Creditor.
PURSUANT to an order of George^lil
ler, Surrogate of the County of Suffolk, norice is here!
by given to ai! persons who have claiins against Saroae
WlBetts, late of the town cf Brookhaven, in said conntv de
ceased, to exhibit tbe same, with the vouchers to Platt" Wjl
leu*. Hempssead, Queens cocutT,orto Daniel G GdJett.
Patcbogue. Suffolk County, executors ot the said deceased
at or before the twentieth dav of July n?xt. '
PLATT WILLETS, > ..
D. G. G1LLETT j "?ators.
Dated the 9ib day of Janoary, 1343. jU uwi?
January. 1342, to the _
Estate* in the Books tn bis oftce.
.'ames of Intestates whose Ev
tales bare been taken charge
of by the Pubhc Administrator
?r his predecessor, and which
have beea heretofore reported.:
Addition.
James Vaieton.
Abbv Montier.
Walter Coppiager..
Eliiabeth Camne...
Joseph Young.
Samuel M. Briggs...
John Estabrook
Merchant.
Sempstress.
Grocer.
Boarding-house keeper.
Musician.
Clerk.
Merchant.
Philip Cavanagh. Grocer.
James Sumersu.rfc^a^iV iitfWr
Comtant.ne Smyth.L- ^ *?>0t5c<r
Alexander Uffaittecr.j Confectioner
John McKown
Julies C. Peck
Mariner..
Merchant .
Joseph Lawion.Clerk .....
Robert Grersoa.r ^eh-r...
Sarah Adatr.(Widow....
William W. Karnsvrorth. Agent.
James Har.ver. Manner...
William II. Bulkiey. Lawyer...
Achilles Merlin. Druggist..
William II. Penny. Boatman..
Charles McSoriey. Manner...
HenrvBnnckmonn-. Grocer....
Bernard Roth.Shoemaker
James Wells. Mariner...
Mar-ntret McCabe.Servant...
Geliert Hosenbein.'Spinster
Ralph S. Kindley ..
Benjamin Perry.',. . ? ?c'*?l*V
A ntiiony Boutirssett.i W me Mf rchant
Alexander Morrison. Mariner.
John ?. Irwin. Physician.
Der.oi* Dugan. laborer.
Antonio Camillus.' Manner.
William Brown.' Manulacturer..
Joseph lean!. Gentleman.
Mungo Currie. Clerk.
John SterTans.Mariner.
Jose Peregra.> do .
John T?te.! Gentleman.
John Henry. Manner.
Frederick Hans. .1C nknown.
Flenry Steerman. Mariner.
George Rowell.) do .
Albert Ferdinand.: do .
William Harvey. do .
Samuel Hoggins. do .
John Francis.| do .
George Cengoli.Chemist.
John F. Sicvert.Mariner.
Thfimns Ba?com. do .
John Hall.j do .
Frederick Werthensoh*..Unknown.
William P. Dobson.Clerk.
Israel P Smith. Mariner.
Jobs V. Born.et!i.Jeweler.
Diana Bubois.'Servant.
Lewis Somers.'Clerk.
John Atkinson.Carpenter.
Joseph Leo Wolf.1 Merchant.
lohn Ritter. Unknown.
William Burrows.j do .
T. (Jr-orge Harrison.| do .
w iUiam Richard.<on.Mariner.
David Peabodv.'I'nknown.
.lugnes Pogatsctaig.Turner.
Jame. Perm. Clothes dresser.
Solomon L?benhan. Peddler..
.lac b Winz.Victualler.
George A. Reinhard. l'nknown.
John White. Mariner.
James W ard.I do .
Dani.-I Dri*coll.(Laborer.
Luriu- K.rtland.(Baker.
James T. Moore.,Painter.
Frederick Rhoda.i Mariner.
William Conklin.(Miner.
Jean C. Bennison.(Unknown.
John L>uUa-k.(Mariner.
Catharine Thirst.(Single woman .
Eusebe Kaiftir.j Comedian.
W illiam II. Rolph.(Clerk.
Carl Scbmidtman.(Furrier.
John Finck.Mariner.
John Joy. do .
Fiancis Graham.| do .
Isaac Mory.;Merchanl .
Charles Hall.jMariner.
William Wallace.j do .
Juhn Morrell. do .
Christopher Light.j Grocer.
Alexander Brown.[Unknown.
John F. Holtjie.[Mariner.
Anson Cole.i do .
W-lliam Lane.Waiter.
Peter Thompson.|Mariner.
James March.(Last-maker.
Names of Intestates whose Es.
tales have been taken charge'
of by the Public Administrator
or his predecessor, and which I
have not been heretofor re?
ported.
New York.,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ireland.
New-York.,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do ..
Germany...
Statiner;..j Englasd ..
New-\ ork..
do
do ..
Residence,
or
Where from.
> 3
< V
w
? w
?a
$10.93*1 27
260 00
829 ?2
50 42j
do
do
do
do
do
do ....
do
Unknown ....
New-York ?
do
Louisville ....
Bremen.
New-York....
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Germany.
New-York....
do
do
do
do
do
do
Germany.
New-York....
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Germany.
New-York....
do
do _
do _
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
New-Orleans.
New-York....
do
do ....
do
I New-Orleans.
New-York....
do
New-Orleans.
New-York....
do
do
do ....
do
do
Boston .
Germany.
Charles Bosse.! Unknown .
h'r. derick Bacheiiu.'Unknown.
John Campbell.{Mariner.jNew-Jerswy
Jeremiah Deerlng. Unknown.|Ireland.
JohnApling. do .New-York.'.
Marcus Brutus.I Bisardinghouse keeper .. I ?So
James Turner.iBlacksmith.[Boston.
John W. Cropland.j Pilot.. Rus-ia.
wiiimm Littlebay.iComb-maker.(New-York..
John Gallagher.(Porterhouse keeper .... do
Adeline Heimelt. l'nknown. do
Isaac Cox.'Mariner. Liverpool ..
{leorge Moore.i do .(New- York..
William Wood.I do .jLiverpool..
do
do
do
do
do
do
Jrwinh Dowdy ....
Richard Adams ...
William Brown ...
Thomas Adams...
Peter L?bbe.
Charles E. Barker
John Turner.iCmpenter..
Peter A. William?.(Marin*
George Andersen.| do
Peter Thomas.i do
Richard Leu.I Porterhouse keeper . . . . . INew-York
William Dunn. M ison.j do
William Thompson.iUr.knowu. do
William Hulibard.' ?lariner.I do
Andrew C.'hintie.
Rob< i t Maeslin.
Francis H. M;r~vews
Charles Taylor
New Jersey..
( 8osion.
, 'Unknown ....
; New-York....
,! Denmark.
tBaltimore....
Scxv' York....
[Hamburg.
: New-York....
(Austria.
do .! England.
Musician. England.
Gentleman.(New-York....
Soldier.'Pennsylvania
Hugh Morrison.Tavern keeper.I New- York
Thomas Bowser. Mariner. Unknown_
Andrew iWilson.i do . Massachusetts
Hugh Curfee. do . New-York_
Malthiiis Riker.'Grocer.I do ....
Edward Welsh. Mar ner.iScotland.
Charles Rich. do . Unknown....
Edward Bowerbank. Unknown.jLn.idon.
Eleanor Morris., do . Unknown_
Joseph K. Carito?. Mariner.I ?!o ....
Jane Murdock. Single woman.!New-York....
John McNeil. Merchant.j Scotland.
A. M. Harris. Mariner.(Unknown ....
Charles Long. do .iNew-England
.Mary Dwyer.Single woman.(Unknown ....
Charles A. Hornau. do ....
Thomas A. Mera. Unknown.. Virginia .
John Murdock.j do .jNew-Yort_
John Oscar. Carpenter....'Sweden.
William Breckenriilge. Unknown.(Scodand.
William Monon, er Horton.... Mariner.(Norway......
John T. Hasiell. Unkr.own.I Maine.
Ju?aLyneb.i do . 'New-York_
William BoulUin..Farmer.?England.
Wiiimm Garfe-rth.iCurrier. do
Mary R/.bin?on.'Boar.iinghouse keeper!!'New-York.".!.
John Brown.(Colored mariner.(Unknown_
l.ou;s Den.,.IUnknown ,. 'Germany.
John Roberts.(Shipmaster. !" New-York....
George Walker.i Unknown. ,Scotland.
Ernest Schotte.I Clerk. S witzerlaud ..
John Hurl v. Porterhouse keeper
Patrick llney. Grocer......!
Richard Ery in. Laborer.""
Nicholas Walsh.i do .!!!!!*
John P. Hudson.IMariner.
Ell? n Shay. Widow.
Ariel M. Rollins. Clerk.'.'.'.!!
Emily H. King.; Board in? house keener
samuei Mir.erhi. Gentleman......
Robvrt P. BniW. Physician.
Miguel Nadal. Unknown.
David Hughes.i do .
Dennis HoiigsoB.t do ....!!
Frederick Meyer. Cabinet maker!!!!!'"
Naiah E.Cooke.Carpenter ...
David Jones. Unknown ....'.'.'!!""
Frederick Nnzscbmann.'Shoe-maker .
Ens.gti Wilks. Mariner.!."." :England
Wolga Norton. do . "" Maine..
George WB?s. Unknown.????iEugiand'!!!!
Thomas Llovd. Collector City Revenue |New-York...
Charles Cams.Mariner. 'Unknown ..
James\eoinaris.\ do . " Connecticut
New-York.
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