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NEWTORK DAILY TRIBUNE.
VOL. X......NO. 2982? NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1850. PRICE TWO CENTS.
P^YORKJTRIBUNE.
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
French Leetares?Rev. Mr. Astie will <h
?;l:.'J JJIS EVENING. ?t7t o'c
PASCAL'S PROVI ,N
DISCOURSE or. the
rs Frene?
?Jf?l'HTH J I
?tSops Cnspcl.
CIALKS ami hll
?SSIONS ol juyv?. - -
CSS?! f"'\;''yri-s^i s.V/: [Jr'oa'lwuv:
ROE. LOCK WOOD \ SON'S. Ill Broadway;
E. IllTTY'S. Plmrmacion, tif>9 Broadway._
Tir Far Bremen vi? Southampton.?The Ui ted
#1%, n?j| Steamship WASHINGTON, G. W. Flovd,
Corouiauder,? ill sail for Bremen via Southampton, on Wed?
nesday, Nov. 20. from Pier No. 3, North River, at S o'clock,
P H. Price of Passage in the first cabin, 3120. Price of
piisage In Hie second cabin, ?<;n. An experienced Surgeon
isstiached to the sliij). All letuiru mux (to through the Post
Office Specie delivered in Havre at reduced rates. For
Hi.-rlire or freii'l.i, apply to _ j
Soil*_M?LLER ii SAND, Agents. 50 Broadway.
"ry Cnllt'Kf of I'hvsiclnn.H nntl Surgeons?
CROSBV ST.?Dr. Mott, Euieutus, Professor 01 Opera
rivr Surgerv. will deliver his Introductory Lecture, in the
Had oi the College, on Thursday evening, November 7tb,
U fialf-i aU seven o'clock.
Subject; Ren nesc.sof Medical Teachers and Medl
AlTeaching In New \ ork.
Tl" profession and the Public are respectfully invited to
ittetd. h6 2l*
fp' f.'encral Society of Mechanics <$.-? Trades?
men of the t'iiv ?I New-York.?The regular meet?
ing of the Society will be held at MECHANICS' HALL.
No. 472 Broadway, this (Wednesday ) evening, ut one hour
iiier sunset. [nUU*] THOMAS EARL, Secretary.
ry Merctuuile HbrnryAasoclatJon Lectures,
-llie Arnual course of Lectures before this Institution
srill commence at Clinton Hall on Tuesday evening at 7J
O'clock, and will consist of ten Lectures.
Nov. 5?1 Lecture. By E. P. Whn'I'Lk, i;srj. Boston.
Subject: "Character.''
Nov. 12?1 Lecture. B Very-Rev.JambsRroER,D.D.
Georgetown, D. C.
Nov. 19? 1 Lectc.e. Om. H. Milks, Esq. Baltimore.
kTbe Crisis and The Struggle."
N0V.2&-1 Lecture. J. S. ilwiniiT, Esq. Boston. The
Opers, especially "Mozart's Don Giovanni."
Dec.3?1 JLeclure. Rev. John Lord, Medford, Mass
"Gustavus Adoiphus."
Dec. lb?I Lecture. Rev, John Lord, Medford, Mass. ?
Dec. 17?1 Lecture. GEORCE VandENIIOFP. "Sketch of
the Life of It. B. Sheridan, with readings from bis Come
dlet." Readings from the principal scenes In the Rivals.
Dec. 24?1 Lecture. George Vandenhoff. The same
eontimicd. Readings of the principal scenes in "The
School for Scandal."
Dec. 31?1 Lecture. George Vandenhoff. Tbo same
MDtitiued. Readings from the principal scenes in "Critic;
orsTrsgedy Rehearsed." His Decline, Death?Briefre
eurte ol of Sheridan's merits as a comic dramatist.
Jsn.7-1 Lecture. Rev. E. H. CliAFlN,New-York: Sub?
ject: "The Man of the World."
Tickets of admission to the Course, lady and gentleman,
) single ticket to the Course, S2; single admission. 50
1 cents. To be had at the desk ol the Library, and jho prln
clpsl bookstores. GEO. PECKHAM, Cor.Secretary.
023 eod tf
CV Wigs und Toupees.?BATCHKLOR'S celo
brsted WIG FACTORY Is at I Wall st, where al all limes
essbs found the largest assortment in tho city. Strangers
?od citizens should call and judge for themselves before pur
chafi"*- '.isrwbere. BATCHELOR'S newly-invented
WI08 obtained ? silver tnedtt1. at the Fair ol the American
Institute. Copy the uddresa. my 15 MWiiFtf
ft?" Mercantile l,ibrary Association.?The first
lecture of the course will be delivered THIS EVENING
It CLINTON HALL, ut 7$ o'clock, by P.. P. Whipple,
Emi. Subject: "Character." Tickets, ad milting a lady.'and
stotlemin to the course, S3. Single tickets, 82. Single
idmlision, Ml rents. Members half-price.
n-Mt GEO. HECKHAM, Chairman Lec. Com.
t? (.'liiiitl Division,S. of M.N. \ .?An adjourn
(tTBession of tho Grand Division, will beheld on WED
NB8DAY,the6thlnsL at 7J o'clock. P.M. in tho Hall,360
Broadway. Business ?i great Importance will be present?
ed for consideration. By order.
n52i* THOMAS EDGERLEY, G. S.
West-India MuH?.?Post-Ofi k b, New-York,
Nov. 2, 1850.?Notice is hereby given, that Mails will bo
aisdeup ut lids office on THURSDAY, the 7th mst. for Ber
smdaandthe British West India Possessions only,-closing
w II A M. to be forwarded by the steamer Merlin, for Ber?
muda.
Letiers by this steamer must be prepaid ? cents, tho sin
tie rule, and 00 letttrt can be received esciT1 for the British
Wett India Islands and Bermuda,
Newspapers must bo prepaid 2 cents each.
P4 lit WM- V. BRADY, P. M.
ty A Ci^d.-ClUlZElsrGE-()NE THOUSAND
DOLLARS AGAINST FIVE HUNDRED. ? Believing
lliat the decision of the Committee of the American Insti
aite on Daguerreotypes was 1101 a fair and just award,
foumied upon the comparative merits of lite pictures e.\
hlbiled, but w hs the result of other influences, I do hereby
protest uga'nfl ii, so far as my own specimens are coii
cerned.. VwULStake $1.000 against ??txi that no Daguer
resn sriisi exhibited at llie laie Fair oral any previous Fair
of the American Institute, twenty-nine pictures ol equal
sizes displaying each for each the same amount of skill and
fidelity 10 nature as mv own there exhibited. The fact oBa
gold medal having been awarded In 1849 Oh Daguerreotypes,
and the present year oulv a silver medal, would seem to
indicate that the art of Daguerreolyping bad retrograded
in Ibis country. The truth, however, is, that the art has
greatly advanced, ami therefore, In behalt of the Profession
it large, as well as iu justice to my own reputation as an
srti5i, l ofiter,in good with. 81,000 to half that amount on
theism,, i propose, that the question be decided by live
compiftenvaod Impartial judges to bo fairly chosen iii such
? tt?y and manner as may hereafter be determined upon
t? Ibe pariy accepting the challenge and myself. All
mil desire is a fair field and no favor; and 1 am ready
to put down the money aud abide the test forthwith.
_n2iw-_ j. GURNEY, 189Broadway.
New-York Floatino Drv Dock Co.)
October 21ith. 18.W. 5
A Dividend of 5 Ucr Cent, has beer, declared
from ibt. Earnings of the Dock, for the stx.niontbs ending
Nov. Ut, payable to the Stockholders on and after the 9th
?ST Ol Nov. next.
fhe Transfer Books will be rlosed from tho 1st to 10th
of Nov. By order of the Board.
a29 iN9* H. V. MASON, Secretary.
BP" Mr. l.utoner'n Kar Infirmary, 2J Warron
**t near Broadway, open from o till 2, fwr llio exclusive
fraatnietil of ear diseases, ds-afni'ss, discbarges from the
sv, and aU unpleasant noises in tbo head cured in a short
mn?.??iiout risk or pain. Consultation fee, $1, by letter
omberw isB. Unpaid letters refojed. sl9 2mDU{2sitW
t&~ Or. Banning, having perfected his Body Braces,
bpitiai Supports,and Hernial Trusses, hasreht'rned to Sil
Broadw ay, for the management of female spiual, digest?
ive, nervous, pulmonary a:-d vocal derangements. Pi:yai
nsiis and dealers are Invited to examine bis inventions.
oSl tf
T OST?On Saturd ay niuht last, tt fiTRV
??-^Bare t'efore it light buggy wagon. Any person ?iv
'-t bjfcrmai ion at the office ol Lovejoy's Hotel where ihev
e*> be found, will be liberally rewarded. n-i It* "
PCRSf FURS! F?RS!?YOUNG'S
* NEW CHEAP FUR STOKE, 9d Bowery, between
f^-ttrmid Grund st. bus a handsome assortment of Furs,
finished m a superior manner, as cheap, if uoi cheaper than
?iv wJiuleaaleor retail store in this city. T. YOUNG.
N L ?All kinds of repairiug done in a workmanlike
giannej with dispatch. n-'i lwis
TVKW-YORK LAUNDRY, 15 Spruce
fj ?feet, near Nassau ?To New Shirt Dealers, Single
wcii.-uien, soir.ih,.?,\c.?Thi* is one of the most perfect
a.a e.\!ei>.veeAiabbshinen!sof Uie kind in this or any other
JT'':,"r>' Jt has been erected at an expense of about four
Umsand dobar?. and combines the following advantages:
ete^vrS^'iSt^S Ul0 ci;-v ta h??'?'<--aa have ihelr
to three hours lim*. n,?d ^ * superior mouuer m from l wo
^oli^^&^^i apartment but
are not destroyed bv pwent^.^010" ? ?l^r. hence clothes
tensive., sdverns JM^^"^ buIut>U?S *?
Sd-Gentlemen-s ahirta ,
oa sale; gemVmen'. cvalsrt tro^d to new sldrts
colored vests and pantai,Hin,e ,? Tr7 ,9rlei, W
4th- Clothes lo*I or mlwol (wtS2^S~ *"d P0??64
pens) will be promptly paid for *??oin or never hap
6tli?Clothe* wasiieii at lids eatabUshmm,, ?m
bni-er, Simply because they are DoVS?SLV*2K ""iCh
cwv. but no injurious dn.g. SO gwttroily ^j"1 ?uhgreal
feonitted to come near them. y u*cd ln w*sbuig, is
6tb?Ladies' dr? s*e?, and all fine articles. ,? , i
an experienced Freneb Laundress. ' doo<! "P by '
Clotbea taken and delivered free ofexua chan.? , ^
Spots aodsiainserTecitiallv removed. caKi><>- Ink
D^p0r<ll'ti!t'rts! '{? Office, 15 Spnice-sL or ?ent throa^h
tbe Peony po?;, will receive prompt attention. woa<B
MADAME RAY.MOND. Supertnteodem
fc?f^WP?rW)e*l 'aads are employed to Iron'new
* ?a8 3uiU
A
WANT PLACES.
S Accountant ami Salesma:
>r, Shipping a
ItO kiiowiedtC
A:
timore. Ha referslo his present employers in I hua-lel
phin. nr.! lo Marcus, Spring k Co.Hunt, Daniels t Co.
Bii'L'. Hitchcock 4: Garrett, James S. ?ibbons. Cashier
Ocean Bank_"';
S Plain Cook and first-rate Washer
mid Ironer. by a young, respectable Woman, who bos
five vears of ihe liest of citv relerenr.e: she is willing to
do !/m- Housework of ? small private family. Apply Hi 3!l
Eleventh-st between First und Second avs. on second floor,
front room. _nfi It*
A S Cook. Chambermaid, Nurse. Waiter,
J\ & c. by two respc ctable young Women : one as Cook,
ar us
A
S ( 'uambermaid
i-well recommended, tidy t/i
dren; is a first-rate Washer in
Btressj would make herself gene
Call ut 5?(i Broadway;
AS Cook or Limn
Chambermaid mid Waiter o
the oilier, incityior country, by
(iirls, with good city reference
tin- Bookstore.
AS J each er in ft privat?
-Piano-Forte, by a very respectul
would give instructions on the Piinn,
terms, or for his Board. Can give thi
to rhnnicter and ability. Call at 223 I!
A
S Wet Nubs
Oood referenc
AS Plain Cook, by a young Wt
-and to do General Housework and Washing at
man.
d Iron?
ing i has no obi
br>t of citv re?
da] s tit 95j Al it
no objections to go in
gaged; best of city
front basement
sir
md Ironer, <>r to
W
le addressed to J. it. Tri
ided to without deliiv.
AS Chambermaid a
in the Washing and Iron
respectable young woman: tl
Cull at 245 Canal-st front room
two days.
AS Housekeeper in a genteel fai
or Matron in nn institution, by n middle-aged An
Lady; is well qualified for either of the above sitw
the best of reference (riven. Cull or address u note l
e. M. 35 Tw enty-lldrd-Bt. near Fourth-av. m
AS Cook, Washer and Ironer; or as
Laundress and Chambermaid or us General House?
maid, by n respectable young Woman with good reference
Apply at 14 Fiith-st. in the reur. Can bo seen for twodays'
AS General Housemaid or Laundress*
-by a respectable young woman with good reference.
Apply at 110 Seventh-av. between Eighteenth und Nine?
teenth sis. nil 1!"
A
S Chambermaid ami Seamstre
t-respi ctable Woman. Applv ...
plover. 52 Eusl Twenty-fourtli-sl. She is well recom?
mended. nC Steod*
AS Cook, 1)3' a very competent Girl witli
pood citv reference; is" it good Cook und flrst-ruto
Washer and "ironer j understands Baking, kc. Cull at 71
Sixlh-av. in the bookstore._mi If
AS Cook, Washer and Ironer. nr to do
Housework, by ajgood recommended Girl: would do
Chamherwork mid make herself generally useful tor low
wwaj?. f.uiiutifca Bowery-_ "" u'
AS Domestic Servants?Some expe?
rienced und desirable Servants, well recommended for
euch department, can now he obtained ut the Protective
Agency, 148 Grandest. _nC lt
npo UMBRELLA MAN IT ACT ?
J- HI its and MERCHANTS.?The advertiser having
many years experience In manufacturing Umbrellas, is de?
sirous of h situation us Foreman or Manufacturer for any
establishment, or a person wishing tt.gage hi that busi?
ness. Helms machinery und tools sufficient to earn,'on a
largo business, and could influence a considerable trade,
Apply 151 Ailunlic-st. Brooklyn. |iu>2i,j H. GARNER.
VV'ANTEI".?Families in want of good
S Chambermaid and to assist in Wait>
a respects
ence from
FilUij und
A S Nurse and Plain Sewer, hy a respec
XjLlable French Woman in an American family; hits the
best of recommendations. Apply uiuo Howard-st, n5 2i*
AS Wet Nurse by a healthy respecta?
ble voung Woman; good references given. Cnll at
83 Forsyth-st. _~_n5 nr
4 S Seamstress by a very respectable
.i ? American Girl, in u private family. Apply ut 138
Thompson-at Can be seen tor four days. n5 2t*
IX) Ih kTR SELLERS and PUBLISH
nnoBOO
J- ERS.?Wanted by a young _
well acquainted with the Freuen ruid German lungung
Cataloguing mid Book-keeping und Foreign Books. He
bus been accustomed to good bouses of business and cun
give good references. Address F. 11. Bos 2,KC Post-of?
fice. n53t*
npo CHEMISTS and DRUGGISTS.?
X The subscriber wishes to obtain ? SITUATION where
be will meet with a salary adequate to his services. He
bus served u regular term of live years, and been in the pro?
fession about twelve; is perfectly conversant with the re?
tail und dispensary department, und can produce highly sat?
isfactory testimonials in his favor. Address W. H. Tribune
Office. " ut St"
npo PUBLISHERS.?A young Man and
-1- a Practical i'nnter, is desirous of engaging ns CLERK
in a Publishing House or other concern where his know?
ledge of ibe Printing Business would bo of value to his
emp over. Good references given. Address WM. FENE
LON, Box l,47ti lower P. O.New-York. n5 21?
TANTED, SITUATIONS for a num
ber Of excellent GIRLS and CHILDREN, recently
arrived, free from city habits and associations, and willing
to work for moderate wages. Application lo be made ai
the office, of Couiiulssiouer? uf Emigration, in the Park. No
charges. S.M tf
YV
WANTED.
ANTED.?Situations are wanted for
ti smart, tidy, well recommended SER?
VANTS of every
German and Iris
depend upon oblni
led Protestant En
Bleecker.
AN TEI) IM M EI HATELY?Part of
a pleasant HOUSE in Brooklyn
minutes' walk of the South Ferry, bv a i
self and wife; rent not to exceed*?200 p?
C. C. Bex 3,136, New-York Post-Office.
\ 'ANT1:1)?A SCUooL TE ACH ER
v to co to the town of Atlantic. Moumouth Co. N.J.
?ply ut .Uil Wat.-r-st. _ag -V
I\'ANTE??1?U ACENTS to s^l a
? * new Manual for families. As high wages can be
realized as atony similar establishment Call or address,
post paid, the American Family Publication Estublisbment,
Naajau-sb N. Y. second Ho?r. mi lar
riiO LAWYERS' CLERKS.?Wanted,
-I- a competent clerk in a lawver'a ottice. to whom a fair
salary will be given. Address, m handwriting of applicant,
and stating terms and references, box 1.7jj Post-Oilice. lt?
TV*ANTED?A Young Man to act as
? " Clerk ::i a Book and Stationery Store; one who
bus bad some experience in the city. Applv nt SIM Green
w:ch-s:._^_ 'u?ii''
pAHPENTERS WANTED at 90 Ann
Vv'st. None bat first-rate hands need apply. D. LEAL.
\VANTFD.?A Travelin- Companion
f T who can invest from 5500 to $?,O?O In a sate and !ti
envive business, to travel West ;m<i South. Address N, P.
Tribune Office, stating where an interview may be had.
WANTED.
ANTED?A man to run a Planing
DC A good Machinist, and one acquainted
with the WoodwortSi Machine, may find permanent em?
ployment on application to P. G. GARDINER, Room 16.
10 Wall-st. ai 3f
?TV) PRINTERS.?Wanted a Pressman,
BCCfuainted with the Adam'i Press. Good encourage?
ment for a food hand, and no other need apply.
n4 41* RAKER. GODWIN', t CO.. Tribune Building.
IXOSIERYSalesman, from 1st January.
-R -* A perBOn thoroughly qualified to take charge of this
department in an importing and Jobbing Dry Goods House.
Also, one or two competent salesmen for ?ur general busi?
ness, and who are acquainted with citv and adjacent buyers.
Apply to HASTINGS. LIBBEY it FORBY,
nlbt" 57 Nassau-st,
LUCRATIVE EMPLOYMENT given
to Ladies and Gentlemen who have leisure time, in a
H?hl and genteel fancy work, taught in a few easy lessons.
Considerable emolument may be derived as soon as acquir?
ed. Apply.personally, between the hours of ten and four,
at Mr. ROSE'S, 4J Burciay-st. near Broadway. Premium
for teaching, S3. mi lw
T
O HAMMERSMITHS?Wanted, a
pood TILT ER. Apnlv at the New-York Caststeel
Works, fool of Twecty-totirth-si. Ea*i River, New-York.
olo tf
AMUSEMENTS.
MADEMOISELLE JENNY LIND
will give her TWENTY-FOURTH GRAND CON?
CERT in America, st the TR1PLER HALL, on THURS?
DAY EVENING, Nov. 7.
PROGRAMME,
Overture?Cristiani o Pagani (first time of per?
formance!.W. H. Pry
Duetto?Bella Imago. Semirainide.Rossini
Miss Pi.,laid (her tir-t appearance., SiSnur Beiietti.
Rec-SuBanna. Aria-Dove Sono, Nozze di
Figaro.Mozart
DuelU?Lfl Mere Grand.Meyerbeer
M'LLE JENNY LIND and Miss Pintard.
Barcarola?Sulla poppa del mio Brick, La Prigi
one d'Edinburgo?.Riccl
T: io for Voice and Two Flut??Camp of Silesia, Meyerbeer
M'LLE JENNY LIND.
Overture?Giistnvus.Auber
Duetto?Voglio dire. VKii.-ir d'Amore.Donizetti
Polaren and Quarletto?Son VerginVezzosa, I
Puritan!.Beliinl
M'LLE JENNY LIND,
Miss Pintard. Signor! Perelli and Beiietti.
Aria?Come rugiadaal cespile, Enutni.Verdi
Signor Perelli.
The B,r-J Song, (bv general desire).Taubert
.M'LLE JENNY LIND.
The Herdsman's Song, commonly called the Echo Song,
(Bv general de-ire.)
M'LLE JENNY LIND.
Conductor.Mr. BENEDICT.
A Fuil Orchestra of Sixty Musicians, comprising the first
talent in the country, has been engaged.
The Prices ofTicttets in the body of the house and In the
second sircle will be ?3 each. The front row of the first circle
$5. and the remainder in that circle $4. Every ticket sold
for any part of the house will have a number indicating and
securing a particular seat. Places may be secured atTripler
Hall, Wm. Hall it Son's Music. Store, in Broad way, and
al the principal Music Stores and Hotels.
Doors open at 6 o'clock. Concert to commence st 8.
No Checks will be Issued.
The grand Piano used on this occasion Is from the manu?
factory of Erard. and imported by Messrs BOardman
Gray of Albany.
Books containing the programme and words ofthe songs,
in Indian. German, Swedish, and their translations, may bo
obtained In the Lobby of the Hall.
Mademoiselle JENNY LIND will continue her Concerts
on TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, for a few
nights only, and will then proceed to Philadelphia, Balti?
more, Washington. Charleston, Havana, New-Orleans, St.
Louis and Cincinnati, und she will probably sail for England
in May next
tW At the request of many persons from the country, as
well as numerous families in thlsclty Mademoiselle fEN
NY LIND will give a Morning Concert on WEDNES?
DAY next, commencing ut 1 o'clock P.M. By gvneral de?
sire. 7V/i Bird Song tad Echo Song will be sung at each of
the few remaining Concerts In New-York, r n? 2t
THE OPERA OF LUCIA DI LAM
MERMOOR, ran bo obtained at FRENCH'S 15]
Nussnu-sl. Price I2( Gents. nO it
"aiT'OLIAN C'ONCKRT. MR X K~
ilJ LINCOLN, assisted by Mrs. L A.JONES, Mr. F.
H. NASH, Prof. VAN DER" WEYDE and others, will
give a Concert of Miscellaneous Music, at the Norfolk-st,
Bupiisi Church. (Rov. Mr. Armatage,) for the benefit of ihe
Church, on Thursday Evening, Nov. 7th. T.Gilbert i: Co.'s
new voierd it-olian Tiano Fort?? will boused at the Concert.
Tickets 25 cts. eachjtobe obtained of R. E. Peterson til How
erv, Norman Cook 50 Bowery. A. F. Swaney 57 Norforlk
st* and til the door. Doors open ut 01. Concert to co n
mence at 7i o'clock. nov62t*
5TN(ilNCi MEEtTN'ViTt (Ii.- T??KR
NACLE.?Free Lecture.?Mr. WILLIAM B.BRAD?
BURY will give a Free Lecture at the Tabernacle on
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 6, explaining and illustrating
his new method for learning to ting in classes, All inter?
ested are invited to attend.
GT Several Glees and Part Sougs will be sung by (he
CBolr of the Tabernacle, WM. B. BRADBURY,
ill 2tM*VW 40 East Eighteenth-sL
"ITALIAN OPERA HOUSE, ASTOR
-?-PLACE.?WEDNESDAY EVENING, Nov. 6, will be
performed the grand Opera of
LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR.
Lucia.Sig'rn BertuccB | Flora.Sig'a Avogadro
Edgardo.Signor Forti I Ashton.Sig.Beneventano
Raymondo.Sig. Rosi | Armro.". ....Slg. Patti
Doors open at 6J. To commence at 7 J o'clock. n3
"ITALIAN OPERA HOUSE, ASTOR~
JsPLACE?SEVENTH SUBSCRIPTION NIGHT.?
Second Appearance in America of M'Ue TERESA PA
RODI, in the character of Norma, on which occasion she
wlU be assisted by Slgnorina Amelia Patti, Signor Lorini,
and Signor NovellL Prices of admission?Secured seats,
parquet and boxes, $2 50: admission to parquet and boxes,
on the evening of performance, ?2; Amphitheater, Si.
THURSDAY EVENING, Nov. 7, will he performed Bel?
lini's Grand Opera, NORMA
Norma.. . .Signorina Parodi I Aduigisa.Signorina Patti
Pollione.Signor Lorini | Oroveso.Signor Novelli
Conductor and Director. May. Maretzek: Leader M
Krjuuer. ' n? "
AST (7R O P K R A H O US E.?VVIL
?LIAM HALL Js SON,239 Broadway,havepurchised
for the season and have for sale a number of the choice
boxes at tbe above Theater. nti tf
TVIBLO'S GARDEN.?Doors open at 6*
J. 1?10 commence at 7} o'clock.?Tickets 50 cents to all
parts of ihe Saloon?Private Boxes, .>.i.
Manager.Mr. JOHN SEFTON
THE WONDERFUL RAVEL FAMILY.
WEDNESDAY EVENING. Nov. tl, the Pantomime of
JOCKO ; or, The Brazilian Ape.
Characters lustained by the Ravel Family.
To conclude with tbe gorgeous Pantomime of the
GREEN MONSTER
New Dresses I
New Machinery'
New Tricks and Transformations'
New Properties!
White Knight.Autoina | Green Monster.....Marze'.t
BROADWAY THEATER.?DOORS
open at 6J?to commence at 7 o'clock ?THIS EVEN?
ING, Nov. 6, will be presented Burkstone's Comedy of
SINGLE LIFE.
Peter Pinker....Sir Win. Don [Susan Snare. .Mrs Knight
G RA N DFAT HER WHITEHEAD.
Drov.or..Mr. Moihews | Whltehead_W. Davidge
POOR PILLICODDY.
Pillicoddy...Sir Wm Don | Airs. Piilicoddy...Mrs. Abbott
Sir Charles Coidetreain.Sir William Don
Prices of Admission : To Dress Circle and Parquet, 75c;
Family Circle and Third Tier, 25 ; Gallery, 12j cut.
BURTON'S THEATER?Chambers-st.
rear of City Hall.?The nearest Theatre to the lorg?
Holeis.?THIS "EVENING. Nov. 6, will be presented
MAN AND WIFE.
Ponder.Mr Burton | Helen Worrell. .Mrs. Skerrett
To conclude with tbe Comedv of
BREACH OF PROMISE.
Ebenezer Sudden..Burtor. j Mrs. Trapper?Mrs. Hughes
Doors open at t>J? to begin 7$. Boxes. Dress Circle and
Parquet, 60 cts; Family C ircle, or Second Tier, 2d eta i Pri
Vhie Boxes, to and so"; Cushioned Arm-chairs, 75 cts.
GRAND CONCERT.?F. EDWARD
DOCTOR and Madame LOUISE DOCTOR^ iPi in
ist.-. from Vienna,) will have the honor of giving a GRAND
INSTRUMENTAL AND MH'AI, CONCERT, at the
Chinese Assembly Rooms on TUESDAY EVENING. No?
vember 12lh. 1850.
Vocal Performers, Mrs. EDWARD LODER, and Miss
DE LUCE.
Tickets, Fifty Cents. Particulars in future advertise?
ments, nti 11'
B
ARNUM'S AMERICAN MUSEUM.
?P. T. BARNUM, Manager and Proprietor. J. Green?
wood, Jr. Assistant Manager THIS AFTERNOON,the
very laughable piece of ROBERT MACAlRE. and in the
EVENING, the popular Drama of tbe LADY OF LYONS.
The English Giant, Mr. Hale, 8 feet high, has beea eu
esged. Tbe new curiosities embrace i very large aod
rare collection, among w Inch Is a Marble Bust of Jenny
L:nd. kc The Gipsev Fortune TelVr is now here. After?
noon performances at"S, Evening at 74;. Admission 25 cts.;
children under 10 years, 12J cents. n"
THE CELEBRATED PROFESSOR
J- :n SINGING. Sgnora ELIZA VALENTINI. bss
removed her successful class to 543 Broadway. The art ol
Singing being like ihe art of Painting, an imitative art, it is
an advantage for a lady to be taught bv SJgnora Vslentini,
from when: she can imitate as J fee! tic firm it: ??; ifs?. : -?
tbe scales, the tun, the shake, and elegance of womanly
style and expression. u5 4t*
TV EW-YOR K A M P H ITH EAT ER, 37
1 1 Bowery-JAM ES M. JUNE It CO. Proprietors.?
Tir.-riAV E\ENINo. n,,v. -,. performances bv the
h RENt 11 TltOL Pi.. The four best Female Riders 111 the
world M'lle Louise, M'lle Tourniare, M'lle Rosa and Mad
bhip Benoit, will appear on the same evening! also Joo
Fentland the inimitable American Clown. M'lle Toural
aire will in roduce her dancing horse Marango.
Private boxes. 50 cents; Boies, 25 cents; Pit. 12i rents.
Doors open at Eft perfunnar.ee to commence ai "i o'clock.
FELLOWS' OPERA HOUSE?Hall
of Lyrics. 414 Broadwav, next door to the Olympic.?
OPENING W EEK -This new ?.?j -tw-chd H J: win ,-e
opened on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON and EVEN?
ING, Nov.and con?nne open EVERY NIGHT during
the week. FELLOWS' ETHIOPIAN OPERA TROL'PE,
comprising a company of 14 talented and efficient per
fonuers, under the direction of J. B. FELLOWS. Con?
cert to consii-t of Songs, Duets. Glees, Quartettes, Clio,
rosse?, Restrains, kc. kc. Burlesques on Italian Opera.
Dutch Drill._ Instrumental Solos and Ethiopian Dances.
Admission 25 cents. Doors open at concert at 7t o'clock.
Afternoon concert on Wednesday and Saturday, commenc?
ing at 3 o'clock. ng
fiHRISTYS OPERA HOUSE, Me
V/rrmnic's Hail. 472 Broadwav. above Gnsnd st.?OPEN
EVERY NIGHT during the week, until further notice.
The original and wen-known Christy's Minstrels, under
the management of E. P. CHRISTY, whose Concerts in
this city lor a succession of four years, kave been received
with favor hy highly respectable and fashionable audiences.
Tickets 25 cents. Doors open at 6J ; commence at7J.
Afternoon Concert every Saturday, commencing at 3
P.M. mim'
f< C QUICK & CO'S. MAMMOTH
VT? MENAGERIE.?Two great collections of'ANI?
MALS combined, formerly Vaii Amhtirg It Co. and .June,
Titus i; Co. The above collection will exhibit in this city
at ASTOR PLACE, comer or Elghth-st and Fourlb-av.
commencing on MONDAY. November Ith. 1850, for a few
days only. Doors open from 2 to 4. and 7 to 9 o'clock. P.
M." Admission 25 cents?children under ten years, half
price, forfur?ier particulars see fituru aJverUaeineuta and
bills._ o24
LOOMIS'S PANORAMA of CUBA?
Open every night at the Minerva Rooms.406 Broad?
way, representing most faithfully, by pictures of the highest
artistic merit, its cities, country, "products, and tropical
vegetation ; also the social customs of the Creoles. Doors
open at t:J o'clock ; Panorama moves at 7J, precisely. Ad?
mittance 25 rents; children half price. r.J lm*
THE D?SSELDORF ACADEMY of
FINE ARTS?NEW PAINTINGS recentlv arrived
from Europe, among which is "Germania," by Kochler, a
work of art of the highest class. The exhibition of Paint?
ings by artists of the above school has received manv addi?
tions, and remains open at the two rooms over the Hail of
the Church of Divine Unity in Broadway, between Spring
and Prince-sU. from 10 o'clock A.M. till 10 o'clock P.M.
Admission 25 cents; Season Tickets SO; Catalogues 12J
cents. JelStf
HOARDING.
BOARD WANTED?FOR a LADV
and CHILD, with an UNFURNISHED ROOM, in
the Upper Purt of the City, above Broome at, and two
or three blocks east or west of Broadwav. References ex?
changed. Address W. B . Tribune Office. n6 2t*
\7|7* ANTED BOARD?By a Young Man,
? ? near Totr-pkinc-siiuare. where "the use of Warm and
Cold Water Baths may be hud. Terms moderate. Best of
reference given ami required. Address Y?UNG MAN,
this otlice. ntilw"
YV ANTED? BOARD by a SINGLE
f f GENTLEMEN; Partial Board if in the Upper
Part of the City, Full Board if in the Lower. Address A.
B. C , office of the Tribune, stating Terms. Location, ic.
wilt* _
"171/" ANTED?By a JtToung MAN. FULL
* ? BOARD, in a Private Family, where the Comforts
of a home may be enjoyed. Locution not above Walker,
nor below Vesey Sis., and west of Broadwav. Terms must
be moderate. Address I. T., Box 221?, Post Office. p6 It"
BOARD WANTED.?A Student de?
sires a Home during a course of study, for
which tuition In one of the besl^lnstltntions for young ladies
will he given duritit' the same period, or uiition to one or
more lnde In one of the liest private schools in New-York.
Instruc?on in Vocal or! Instrumental Music, on iho same
terms. Satisfactory reference given and required. Ad
dress. through the I S. Post Oll ce. I). V . O. care of C US.
W. t'ciI.MlN, 859Broadway, N; Y._010 lm_
X>OARD in"WILLIAMSBURGH.?A
J-* gentleman and bis wife, and one or two single gentle
"'??O. CUU lm MrCimoee.lMle.l u-i.li plensliul ruoiiw in II rill.
VA;l r. i-l"n i. V. at 56 E Irst ... one ?ta??r. waia trom ffie
Peck-slip Ferry. Boats run even-five minutes during the
diiv. Location very desirnhle?house facing thu water,
commanding a fine'view of Brooklyn, New-York, East
River, kc. _o31 lm*
IX >A RD WANTED with a FURNISH
JsJED ROOM, for a Gentleman, Wife and Child, in the
I PPER mid WESTERN PART ofthe CITY. No objec
til n to going its high as Chelsea. Private family preferred.
Ti rme must be moderate. Address " Board" ut the Office
of this paper. n5 2l*B
TX>ARD in BROOKLYN.?Gentlemen
JL*not yet ?ttited for the Winter would tind PLEASANT
ROOMS, suitable for themselves or their famiiies,at 157
Adams-st. corner of Concord. til 3t*
1J?OARD WANTED?In a PRIVATE
* KAM IL Y. in New-York or Brooklyn, for a Gentleman
and his With?Gentleman without Dinners. Address
A. W. Tribune Office. n2 5t*
BOARD IN SOUTH BRO?KLVN?
Ina House with every modern improvement plea?
sant from for families or sintle gentlemen. Inquire at 54
Harrison-sL References exchanged. o^8 2w*
BOARD AT BR?1 )KLYN.?Pleasant
ROOMS, with BOARD, la Hicks-St, ueor the South
Ferry. Apply, 2 Atlantic-st. u53l*
GENTLEMAN and~LADY" or TWO
-genteel young MEN, can be accommodated with a
SLIT of ROOMS in a private Inmiiy. wi?iin three minutes
walk of the South Ferry. For particulars inquire at 64
Stute-st. South Brooklyn. nb 3t*
R~C^iS~TO LET, WITH BOARD,
In one of the tlie most pleasant locations in the City,
on a STAGE ROUTE. The best of reference given and
reqnired. Apply at the N. B. cor. of Thirteen th-st. and Sev?
en lh-av. o9 lm*
ROOMS TO LET, with HOARD, suit
ablefor GENTLEMEN and their WIVES, or SI N
GLE GENTLEMEN, at 145 Hudson-it.opposilh St J?hn'i
Park. Reference exchanged. o9 Im*
MERCHANTS and MECHANICS
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY?Office,
56 Wall-Si ? THIS COMPANY Comtnencea business
with a Capital of $ | 00.000, actually paid in and invested
In the Slocks of the L'nued States and of the State of New
certain the payment of U> sums Insured hy the Company,
whether the claims arise fifty years hence, or within a tew
years after its creation. To tl'iis die character of the Trus?
tee* are pledged. To enable them to redeem thai pledge,
they deem it necessary to require the payment of full pre?
miums, according to the rates of insurance of the most ap?
proved offices both in England u.id here, tn cash, and not in
notes either in whole or in part.
Persons assured by this Company, will participate in the
profits of the Company to the eili-nt of eighty per cent, of
the amount, for the present, with Uie prospect of dividing
the whole of the profits among themselves within a short
period.
Arrangements have been made to enable individuals, who
now accumulate a fund for a fiiiure day in Savings Banks
to avail themselves of the additional benefit of Life Assur?
ance ui this Company, without making larger deposits trom
their savings than are now made.
Premiums may be paid annually, or may be. divided into
semi-annual, quarterly or monthly payments.
The prospectus of the Company wiucii more fully dis?
closes its views upon the subject of insurance, may be ob
James Brown. Henrv Orinneli,
Robert B. Minturn Horatio Allen,
RrvseU H. Nevins. Charles N. Taibot,
J. Smvtb Rogers. Stewart Brown.
Paul Spofferd. ' William H. Webb,
Jacob A. Westervelt O. W. C. Srnack,
Mark W. CoileL Martin Hoffman,
George P Pollen, G S. Robbing,
Wm. D. -Murphv, Wm. W. Billings, N. London
David H. Nevics, Benj. Htintington^iagHarbor
Richard Irvin, John C. Lee, Boston.
Henry Chauneey, Samuel Lawrence,
John H. Gouriie, RoDert Hooper,
Alfred Large, Thomas B. Curtis.
P. Strachan. Wm. S. Buliard.
J. SMYTH ROGERS. President.
JOHN L. WENDELL. Vie.. President and Actuary.
GEORGE AB OTT, M. ? , Physcian.
R. H. ROWNE. Solicitor.
F. I". JOHNSTON-M.D. t Medical B-.a.-d of
G. BL*CK. Jr. M. D. 5 Consultation
li2 2miseod ALEXANDER M. OREJO. Secretary.
*v\\nLDER".S PATENT SALA.MAN
T v DER SAFE" having proved itself to be of ineatj.
mable value over all others, has induced other makers to in?
fringe on the patent right of my Safe. S. C. Herring, 135,
137 and 139 t\ ater-st. and A. S. Marvin, 146 Warer-st are
tlie onlv persons authorized to make or sell In New-York.
The genuine is marked as abov-. ?? Wilder"* Patent Sala?
mander Saie."[ olo tfeodj B. 0. WILDER, Patentee.
JOHN H. ALDEICH. Carpet Ware
mf !.. i..-e. 4-i'i Peari-st. New-York. Agent for Rice 4: Sam?
son's celebrated Floor Oil Clotiis. Carpets. and all articiei
connected with the trade, always for sale at Manufacturers'
Prie s. o!9 2misTuTai.SiU*
npHOMAS E. BROADWAY is offering
J. .'..me of the choicest BEEF. VEAL, and MUTTON
in the New-York Market, at his Old SuUL I Clinton MarkeL
Pem siting the attove Market will do well to give him
am.:. o31 iineod?
DRY GOODS.
MARCUS. SPRING & CO.?Printing
Cloths. Brown Sheetings, Brown SWrtJngv
Bleached Cottons, Shirting Stripes, PanbUooociy, -
Blue I), nmis, Cottor.ades, great variety.
I'la;d Linseys, Plaid Coatings. Kentucky Jeans,
Fancv CessnnereS, Satinets, Tweeds.
i Clothes, I Cassimeres, Silesias, and
Cambrics, at 51 Exchange-Place. o263t SiW
LA < ES, FRINGES and BRAIDS.?
Black and colored MOHAIR TRIMMING LACES.
Black and colored Fringes and Gimp?.
Assorted colored Algerine Braids.
For sale in lots to suit purchasers, hv
HENRY MORRIS It CO.
o'.O lmeod' S4 Pine-st. nearest Nassati-st
TTIR Y GOODS at WHOLESALE, FOR
JL/CASH?McHARO !t RICHARDSON. r\i Liberty-,'
Invite the attention of cash buyers to their Stock of GOODS,
consisting of Cloths. Cassimeres, Vesdngs, Trimmings,
Prints. White Gtxxis, Bleached Shirtings. Linens, Flannels,
Ticks, in fact everv article needed in ? retail slock, which
they will seli in 1-its to suit purchasers, at low prices for
cash. s-T Smeod*
T
0 MILLINERS and the RETAIL
TRADE ?In consequence ...
business, we arc now SELLING OFF our entire stock of
Ribbons, Lace Goods, Embroideries, kc. at LESS THAN
COST. Fixtures for sale, ?ton- to let.
"?"-'*_THOS. FAKRELL ^ CO. 11 John-st
T)RY GOODS FOR SALE AT LOW
-sl-' PRICES?Merinoes. Alpacas, Mohair Lusters, Dam?
aged 1 rimed Cashmeres. Blankets, Flannels. Broadcloths
tassuneres. Long Shawls, Linens. Table Chubs, Napkins'
Prints. Mushus, ?c. WM. MAT HEWS,
"' 3'*_tin Catherine-si.
SHEPHERD'S MAUD?Or GENTLE^
MEN'S SHAWL.-Tius article is used in Scotland, for
protection against rain and cold, as a promenade garment.
In England and this country it is becoming extensively used
for the same purpose, as well as in carriages, railroad cars
and steamboats. As a bed-hlunket. in traveling-, noihing
can exceed it lor comfort A full assortment from the Bay
State Mills, for sale by WM. T. JENNINGS It CO. ?1
Broadway, New-York, wholesale and retail dealers in
ready-made Clothing. o23 if
BLANKETS.??Elegant 9-4 to 13-4,
both Whitney, ribbon bound, and other BLANKETS,
for Fsmilies, Hotels,Steamboats and the City Trade, at the
lowest wholesale cash prices. E. BARTLETT,
"-' b' '_ 16 John-SL
DRY GOODS;?Most complete assort?
ment of Lsilies'. Gents and Children's DRESS
GOODS to bo found in therltv. G. M. BODINE,
o28 Im* 323 Grand-st. cor. ol Orchard.
CALICO PRINTERS7 BLANKETS,
Lapping and Sieve Cloth, Type Printers and Engravers'
Blankets. Roller, Cleaver and Jacket Cloths, for sale by
my 11_ C. B. LE BARON, 55 Pine-sL
^LEACHED GOODS.?1.000 cases,
comprising every width and quality, for sale by
o? NE SM ITU i CO. 5C and 52 Pino-st
BROWN SHEETINGS.?150 bales Sa
lisbury, Eagle, Mohawk Vollev. and other stvle?. fo
sale low by liny 111 C. B. LE BARON, 55 Piue-st
JJROWN COTTONS.?1.500 bal^T
ties, for sale by |o5| NESMITH It CO. 50 and 52 Pine-st
B
"4-1. 5-1. 6-4, and 12-4. comprising a!) the various quail
? "ITH V '
LUE and CANARY PRINTS.?A
new sud superior article, fast colors, for sale by
myll C. B. LE BARON, 55 Pine-at
~~H R EE-FOUR BLEACH ED SHIRT
JL INGS.?150 rases fine and low priced, at 3 to 6 cents,
fcr sale by [my 111 C. B. LE BARON, Pine-st
LA N K ETS.?150 cases Mai.kinaw.Ne
gro, Family and Berth Blankets, for sole by
NESMITH i. CO. 50 and 52 Fine st
B
1
B
M
K
ASSIC BATTS.?300 bales best qual?
ity, for sale by NESMITH k CO. 50 and 52 Pine-st
7LANNELS.?1 00~baTes scarlet, for sale
. by ' |o5| NESMITH k CO. 50and 52 Plne-st
ENTlJClCl^rI\NS.?50 cases mixed,
for saJu hy |o.">| NESMITH St CO 50 and 52 Pine-at.
REMEMBER 76 Fulton-street, Sign
Of den. Taylor.?P. L. ROGERS, Wholesale aud Re?
tail Clothier, 76 Fulton-st. respectfully invites an examina?
tion of bis new anil elegant stylo of ready-made clolhing
lor me ran or 1000 o.u YVtuioi or im?-oi.
In the Wholesale Department will be found an ample
slock of well-made and fashionable garments, calculated to
do good service in all sections of the country, aud cheaper
than ever before offered in ibis rity.
The Retail Department Is stocked with an I ununse varie?
ty of Overcoats, Sacks. Frocks, Dress C'oata Veils, Paiitu
loons, kc. of every material which fashion (auction*, or
economy approves: ami ihn following list will show thai
the prices are graduated by tbe very lowest scale of living
profits:
OVERCOATS.
A mo-t splendid assortment of Drab English Devonshire
Kerseys, from.$10 Ml to 20 IK)
H.urk, Brown and Blue Beavers. 5 00 10 O?
Fancy light Overcoats. 5 00 10 <K)
I Drab; Biuck and Blue Pilots. 3 00 9.00
Splendid Dress and Frock Coats. 5 00 15 00
1 PANTS.
Pauls of every shade and color.. 2 00 6 00
Vests of every style of good's....'. 75 5 00
BOiS' CLOTHING.
Sacks and Overcoats. 2 00 6 00
Jackets.
Pants.?,Y,V'""t"t"6\
Vestiugs constantly on band and mod
esl nonce.
A full suit of Winter Clothing for 55.
A fit guaranteed m ail cases, and orders executed in tho
Custom Departmebl;;; tbe most fashion::!.;;; s'.v.? and wiuj
|be utmost promptitude. P- D. ROGERS.
ol7 Siueod" No. 7&Fulton-st. corner of Oold.
I 25 3 00
assimeres, and
ier at the short
MEN 'S and BO YS' CLOTHING, whole?
sale and retail, at VERY LOW PRICES. The sub
! scriber. JACOB V AND ER HI LT, SI Fulton-st. invites his
1 friends and the public to his Fall and Winter stock of clotn
: hag, which consists of over uyiflo READY-MADE GAR?
MENTS, equal in every respect to the best custom wort
, Also, over 600 pieces of FASHIONABLE GOODS, which
will be made to order in a stylo that cannot bo surpassed.
1 Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
08 lmeod JACOB VaNDERBILT, 81 Fulton-st.
TO T E L E(i R A P H COMPANIES
THROUGHOUT THE L'NITED STATES AND
BRITISH PROVINCES.?The subscriher would respect?
fully give notice that he has opened rooms ai 177 Broad
way,New-York, for the purpose of keeping constancy oo
sale Wire. Registers. Magnets. Insulators, Zincs, Porous
Cups, Tumblers. Acids. Protectors, Oluistead's Battery,
Gutta Percha and River Wire, and every description of
MAGNETIC AND CHEMICAL TELEGRAPH
APPARATES,
At Manufacturer's prices.
The advantages to the Companies iu having a room of
this kind are nxi obvious to require a moment's considera?
tion, and it is sincerely hoped they will extend to It their
support All valuable improvements will be added to the
slock as soon as possible. Orders will be punctually at?
tended to, if addressed to
NORTON'S TELEGRAPHIC ROOMS,
012 SaiTillcThtf 177 Broadway, New-York.
npHE yTOUNG LADIES BOARDING
JL and DAY SCHOOL. 10 R("TOERS-ST. A. k S. R.
CLARK. Principals, will commence its winter term on tbe
24tb of ibis mentli. Pupils are received al any interme?
diate perils!, being charged only from the time of enlrauce.
Prof J. W. HOWS instructs in Elocution.
BENJAMIN H. COS " Drawing.
Prof. GILBERT L. HUME is now dedveringa course
of Lectures oa Chemistry, and the French classes are under
Die rare of Prof N. DE LA PLACE, who will also, during
tbe coming season, give instruction to private evening
Classes at the school-rooms. A stage is employed for pupils
residing al a distance, as well as for those who wish to ride
only in inclement weather. n2 2*eod*
T I ILL'S ACADEMY* AND ESSEX
?* ? SEMINARY Is situated in Essex, on me beautiful
margin ol tiie Connecticut, near the seaboard. For heaith
fulness of location and completeness of arrangements, this
Institution is unrivalled. It combines the advantages of
both male and female Seminary taught by a joint faculty,
while, at tiie same time, by a peculiar adaptation of tho
fc'...>::t.gs of the Institute, the usual objections to similar in?
stitutions, are obviated. By this arrangement, parents can
here favor their sons and daughters at the ttme school, with
every faci.::y for obtaining a thorough and accomplished
education. Terras $200 a year. Fare from New-York City
by the splendid steamer Connecticut and other boats of the
hoe. So centa. For circulars, please apply to tho Principal
or WM. H. LYON Si CO.nl Cedar-st
o2I10teod*a LL'CIL'S LYON, A.M. Principal
DANCING ACADEM Y.?MA DAME
GRAVIER, (late M'lle. Desjardins,) will, for the ac
commodanon of her numerous pupils, give lessons at I
Washington-place. 73 Third-av. 866 Broadway, at Madame
Contau's School, and at her residence, 74 Leonard-st where
r< armunicati ins are to be addressed, and where she can be
found at ail hours, unless otherwise engaged.
o!7 UlThASat*
GJ.LTTAR.?A Lady accustomed to giv
" ing lessons on the Guitar, wishes one or two more
pupils for that instrument Terms moderate. Apply at III
JlcDougal-st. Also, a pleasant Room to let, with or with?
out breaklktt and lea. r.5 2tTu feTb* |
FOR SALE.?A great business stand,
store, buiidtng and dweiling.and stock of goods, or
would be disposed Of separately, if wanted in dial iti*nn?r
Buiidtng in prime order and located in a very ^*???f
l?ge ob the Hudson River. A cash businessln run ?r?**??
and established for many years The owner -j'-inr m
health is obliged to remove South, hut svouW .
place low enough to ose bis batoen? for ^
Piyu, Jpeter'j. stryher (?^??,1;^ ,.
N E W SgBUCATIONS.
T) APPLKTnN & i o.' VMl^Z
'xVi'^rhl ?i VAVI,(^ W,ith pw-phets
AMi APOSTLES, A ?er!?of 18 highlyfinishedSUMiEa
graving*, designed expreMrr lor this W?rk-wiU> rTJirX
Uons by ranoug Amern**.? Divines, r^it.xi by J. M Wa i
wright. I). D. one volume. Imperial svo. Handsustte'r
hound,f7; morr. extra. $10; morr. inlaid. $r>; bound in,
plaiegl*?, rlch.'y painted.
com int.;
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Isaiah?Rev. Charles Burroughs, l>. D.
Ezekiet?Re v. Francis Vintot>, i> I?.
Malachi?Rev. James Scott, I?. D.
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