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Bay XTtk J mm, fur Mm, with 1808 barrels otL ?rMat April Sits Mhg?EmaaA*M? aisss Ik. buau. . J i PWIliN UMTS. Mat a neas, March 19? Brtg Sa?, Hood, foe Boston ? days* U. 8 schr Shaft?all welL UNITED STATES POETS. Boston, April 1?Ar brig Was Br schr Man ha Grace, Cole. Cumberland, NB. CP^wrjf Roxaaa. Harmao, Portland; stars Trader, Ntckarson, N York; R it# ? sMg r|o. Holmes'^Hole, April I?Ar brig Cecelia. Kent, Baltimore for Button; schr* Jubilee, Coombs, N*w York tor Duxbnjy; Ann a wan, Boston for Richmond. 31?brig Lucy, Casnady, LaaceroOa via ft Thomas 27ih Feb. for Botton; schr* Alma nac Treat, Norfolk; Columbus, White. Baltimore for do; Falr fteld, New York for Salem; Betsey, Pearson, Providence for Boston. Sl'd the above, except schr Annawau. Philadblphia, April 4?Arschr Flash, Robin-on, Richmond A days; slooo Cutter, Emerson, Baltimore 2 days. Ci'd ship Ohio, Oar-in, New Orleans; brigs Veneeuela. Ruran. Laguay ra; John Hancock. Lincoln, Boston; Argonaut, (Br) Belts, St Johns, NB; schr Deposit, Howe-, New Orleans. Baltimore, April 2?CPdlBremen ship J laanaes, Oarhade, Bremen; schr. Millieeat, Chester, New York; sloop Union, Biddle, Philadelphia. Charleston, March 29?Ar brig Constitution. Green. Phila delphia 9 days; U S steamer Andrew Talcott, Thatcher, New York via Smith vide. 90?schr Mary Dow, Tilley, Matanzas 10 days. Tn die Offing?Br barque Gleaner,Liverpool Todays. Ci'd brigs Enterprise, Holme , New Orleans; Emily Davis, Bornauau, Philadelphia; scbrVanda, French. 8t Josephs, Fa. Savannah, March 28? Ar brig Kosciusko, Duel. Boston;schr Amphitheatre, Burcb, Vienna, Va. 9 days. Ci'd Br ship Tho mas Bold, Long, Liverpool: Br bark Pearl, Fletcher, do. Mobile March 26? \rship* Crescedt Ball, Boston; Niantic, DotV, New York 16 days; Lorena, Urquhart. do; Paragon, Doile, Boston; birk Ottawa, Davidson, New York 29days; lirigs Monticcllo, Fuller, Msyaguez; Camilla, Nishols, New York; ?cbrs Caspian. Milliken, Hnv-oaa; Export. Lawton, do; TeX'S, Shackelf 'rd, New York* Ci'd ships John Brower. Wilson, Ha vre; Nicholas Biddle. Niern, Liverpool; brig Falco, Hailow, Boston; schr Home, Churchill, do. ' New Orleans, March 26?Ar sclirs Genl. Lamar, Oxnion, Galveston 14ih; Caroline, Sherwood, Matamaras 13.b; Hebe, Galveston 14 b; Surerb, Mvrick. do I4?h; Geneva, Almy, Sa rannah 14 days. Ci'd ships Vicksburg. Woodhouse Liverpool; Saratoga, Hathaway, New York; b?rk Brazil, Noble, Havre; brigs Oriental, Hatch, Boston; Ltidwig. McLellan, New York; Dian, F?nt, Barcelona; Sarah,Gavet, Baltimore; schrsManhat tan. Coliey, Richmond; Urchiu, Pitu, Pniladeiplua; mistico Golondrina, Fabregas, Barcelona. Concert at the Stuyvesant Institute, Broadway. 0"MR. McCLEERY begs leave to inlerm his friends and the public that his CONCERT will take place at the above rooms on THURSDAY EVENING next, the 5to of April, when he will have the h tnor oi making bis first appearance in t is country. He will be assisted by the billowing distinguished Artists Mrs. MORLEY, Mr. MORLEY, Mr. CHRISTIAN, and Mr. BE AMES, who will preside ai the Piano Forte. PROGRAMME. PART I. Duetto?Mr. and Mrs. Merley?Crudel perche, Mozsrt Ballad?MsCleery?The Rover's Bride. A. Lee Ballad?Mrs. Morley?Meet me in the willow glen, A. Lee Cavntina? Mr. Morley?Large al factotum, Rossini Irish Air?Mr. Christian?(C arionet,) . Aria?Mrs Morley? II braccio mio cooqnbo, Nicolini Ballad?Mr. AlcCleery?Erin U my home, Maeder part it. Aria?Mrs. Morley?"Rove ol Hope"?first time expressly arranged lor her from the celebrated Aria "Kuriiiice," by C. .leflanes, Esq. Glnck Song?Mr. Morley?The brave aid Oak. E. Loder Balls I? Mr. McCleery?Savourueen Deelish, Kaight Air?Mr Christian?Cathlaen Tyrrell? Ciaiionet, Irish Ballad?Mrs Morley?Rory O*More, or good omens, S. Lover Balla I?Mrs. Morley?"My Love and Cottage near Roebulle"?from the popalar Opera,the "Siege of Kochelle" _Btlfie Ballad?Mr. McCleery?"True Love can ne'er for- ~ get"?ir >m the Superstitions of Ireland, S. Lover Duetto Buffo?Mr. and Mrs. Morley?Giovenetta che fan all Amore, Mozart Concert to commence at 8 o'clock precise y. TT T c "tei * each?to be had ai the ninnc stores of Messrs Hewett, A twill, Millett, Ac. and at the doors oa the evening of the performance. aS-2t BLACK TtttMKlMO LACE. O" JUST received, a large assortment of tbla fashionable article. of various widths and patterns,suitable for Shawls and Mantillas, under the nsual prices, al T. R EVANS' Lace k Embroidery Warehouse, a4 3t- 67 Cstharine ?t. iCTTliR CoNSKltVATtVE. a new daily paper, devoted to the true democracy o< the country, published at31 Ann sl, where pernor sdesirous ofadverti.-iug, or becoming subscribers, will plr-a-e leave tbelr names. A number of boys wanted to circulate the same. H. ANDERSON. Publisher, a3-3t* 31 Ann street. CAHP(CTH KOu <;aSH. ITT Jo?t received 5000 yards ot Scotch Ingrain Carpets, all wool, at the low price of 75 to 87| cents per yard Also, Ingrain Carpets, fa?t colors, at 50 cents per yard. Also a splendid assortment of Brussels Ctrpetiog, Tufted and Brussels Rugs, Three p'y do Plain ana Printed Baizes, Superfine do Stair Carpeting, Russia and Orleans Carpets, Table and Piano Covers, Plain, plaltl and figured Malting*. N. B ? Floor Oil Cloths from 2to 18 leet wide. Those about purchasing carpels will find it greatly ta their advantage to call and examine our assortment previous to pur ?chasing elsewhere. R SMI I H, jr. . . ?^ t2 lot* 448 Pearl street,opposite William. 1MPOKI AOT IMPltnVEINKNir -NAGLE'S PATENT WATER PROOF COMPOSITION, KT For sale at LEE k THOMPSON'S Blacking Kestab ishaient. No. 28'? Broadway. This preservative is warraoted -water proof for boot* and shoes?also, for harnes-es trunks, canvasses, awnings, he. he. While this Cntupo ition renders tlie leather, ke. impervieustownter,it will also prevent the She leather from cracking, and adds durability to all the above Articles. m l7-3m* Thr Statr or Mississirrt, Lowndes County. Circuit Court, Tuesday, lotb October, 1837. George Tucker, j vs. J Attach'!. Bigelow k Clough. ) This day came the plaintiff, by h:t attorney, and it appear ing to the s-itisfkctloa of th? Court that the defendant Is a n?n resideut of the State of Mississippi, on motion of the plaintiff* atturney.lt ts ordered by the C<>urt that publication be made for six weeks In the New York Herald, a paper pobli-bed in the city of New York, notifying the dowuaants of the penden cy of this suit, that unless they appear on or before the nrst day Ot the next term ot this Court, give special hatl and plead, judg tnent will be entered against tbetn, and the property attached will lie sold to satisfy the plaintiffs demands, and this causa is ?continued until the next irmrof this court m28 6w UlLLUTTil Cf LBBKAllCD PAlfbAl1 METALLIC PMS JIM. O" CONSTANTLY oh hand, attbe manufacturer's ware house, 1 9 Reekmaa ?Ueet, a large itock of all hit well known PENS, warranted <>f be*i quality. Tbe?e Pen* are manulactured under the personal superin tendence of Mr. Oiliott! The public may therefore confi dently tiep'nd upon the maintalnance of iboae qualities which have obtained for ihem mi gi eat a reputation I N R Beware ot Counterfeit*, which can eaally be detected 4?y their unfiimlied appearance, and the inferior manner in which ih-y are put hp mte-tm ' TT NEW ?lT RITABLISHNhh.?Si perlment It the be*. tent of quality, three fore lei all thoae who feel di*pw*ed ta make the eiperimem of buy ing one of R()WE It CO'fi abort napped or piaia bea rers, and the result will be tn say person not blinded by pre judire, that tie can obtain a Hat poi.eeeed ef all the eaaeatlal requisites of the moat colly at the reduced price af M 23, and wari anted equal ta any ?nld In the city at $0, and If any pur* chaser altouM not be tatUfird after comparing them with those ?*M at|5, the money will be reftiaded and the Hat received back. Thete Halt are warranted fur bodiet, and heaver and on trid nap*. HOWE It CO. 3 Hanover at between Wall and Beaver ata. opposite the Eicbaage. mlfiw Cwalwam Haute ttnainess. U THE fubecribe liegt leave to offer hit service* te t? e Mercantile Community in any ouaieema if #y m?v have cou steeled with the Cu?om House, or the Revenue Departmeti Of the Oovemment relating thereto, believing that en uninter rupted etperi. nee nl forty years at an officer la the New York Cut lorn House, will be found to have entitled htm to the confi dence ? f the public In tuch matter*. w3n tf DAVID ft. LYON. No, 3 Broad tt. tiVI YORK BAZAAir ~~ VOR PLAIN AND PANCY PAPER BOXES OP ALL Rinht aiud sites, IN ivaav tvvi.ii, ano roa anv l,|tl OP at? 11 MR at WHATRVaa, 131 Pnltoa Street, Three doer* from Nuimo St., new touk. tf Cliy ami conotrv mercbam* will find constantly a tery large stock on hand. The* can be ae ommodaied at abort no tice to any size or anv qavrtitv they please?a|*e, by shipping them in orofltable a packing at may be desired to any part ef America. Real genuine Cnlorue Water, Imported flrona Germany,of ? moat superior quality?will satisfy wary purchaaar. m29-1 m W'? MCE.?The wholesale bu*ine*? of Dr. Braadreth'* orlWliiM nffie* ie now removal to hi* new ami ipacioo* *?tab |i*hment Nn,Jtl Broadway, where hia teebrand "VROB "TA BLR UNIV KRMaL PiIlS" may it ali time* hr nbtiinnl tn taupe nr <mnlt quantities,and where all age nts are desired to direct I heir fommnntwatifm*. Hr member? 'aL br, The PWjNCffAL BRANDRKTMIAN OPFICl it The WinJ Tut Mintir fMwrt Irfw 1R7 lladaon street. 1 Spruee *treet, neit to Bun office, ami 27fi Bowery. N. B. 1'or aathrwhed agem*,??* Dr. Br.odreth .a veriise tnenl, ami ob?erve ihat all whowU the renuine medictm have a ceriifit-Ke of agency sealed and *igned. Ihfl-tf R HRNDRETH, M r> CT A GOOD HOUSEWIFE ?bould never i.e without . 1*,* of Or BENJAMIN BI1 \NDRETH*B VEflETARI E VNIVRRSAL PILLS. They have been proved by thoetanda -of Individual* to be tlte bett assistant of nature ever discovered end mav.br taken at all timet, under any f'neuewtadfee*. hv ? paving urlct attention to tbr dlrenlon* which aerorrmanv each bo* To he had genuine nf all the stent* advertised hv Dr. Brand ret h. and likewiae it hh own office, J4| Broadway, ?oproalte i he Park. _ N. B. H-ware of eouatcrfelt*. All afeot* who tall the bin- medicine have a certificate sealed and signed R. Bran dreth, M D. Purchaser, a*k to tee It befare yon spend v#ar Ml-tf Auntl* td LET-Pemiahee or anfarniahefi fan It. ea- be badly applying at ? ?? Math* Place,e-r?erlit avenue. cr new orrice, jre *i broadway. new Tone, mi, It Dr. BRANDRETH'tl PRINCIPAL omCI for I ho art* of Ma Justly eftrhrwfd n?fwl?M ??*???*AKJ DMA VERBAL PII l.s ' The fog Imputation of thiacxcelleot? ?Heme It now to generally utwf 'WiiOMDT tf aH thousandsot individuals wbohhvee^H^M^^^^BDE|^^H unnecessary U? revert^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H -h?uld be lb* particular care of "GENUINE BKANDRETH PILLS," not to purchase of any individual* in ihit city who bate not a certificate of agen cy sealed and ?ign?d B. BKANDRETH. M. B. mM-tf ?Cr COUNTERFEITS! !!-Tm man who passe# to hit neighbor a counterfeit bill, and takaf hi- good# in return there for, knowing the tame to be a counterfeit, la a thief, a robber, a s windier, and it amenable to the law* af hit country ; hat the wretch who would put into the handaof his fellow creature a counterfeit PILL, wot only robe him of his mosey, bnt destroys lilt constituting and endangers bit life. beware, then, fellow men, BEWARE op COUNTERFEITS,and recnemoer, when yoa wish to obtain tbu GENUINE BRANDRETH'S PILLH go to my refilar appointed agents, who have each of them a certificate o'agen cy sealed and signed by me, B. BRANDRETH, M. D. or to my owa office* at No. 241 Bread way, No. 18? Hudson street, No. 1 Spruce street, and No. 276 Bowery. m31 tf " DIBEA8ES OF THE EYa. DR. ELLIOTT, OCULIST, ATTENDS TO DISEASES OF THE HUMAN EYE, AND IMPERFECTION8 OP THE VISION ONLY. SPECTACLES. The Eye examined, and Spectacles adapted to suit the par ticular defect. Hours af consultation front 11 to 4 o'clock, at the office, 908 Broadway?entrance in Duane street. 17 Dr E. has now an opportunity of adding to his list of the poor twelve patients, who w ill receive gratuitous treatment. n.Sl'lm* MAIN'S, YOimHS' AMU CttlLDHibn'f CLOTHING.?GEO. A. HOYT It CO., No. 14 Bowery, have on hand mt extensive assortment ofrea.lv made clothing, suited to every age ami site, which they will sell very cbea| for sash, either at wholesale or teutil. m23-3m* TWO PIANO FORTE CASK MaKKHS 1 Want Wanted for A bitty, immediately. Competent men oaly need apply, and such as can give the best of reference, both as to workmanship and moral character. Apply to Mr. J. P. COLE, at Hewitt's Music Store, n4-2t 239 Broadway. Tuscans, Tuscans, Tuscans?encap and Warranted.?Premium Tuscan. Straw and Chenille Hats, Millinery, Ac.?MRS. M D. HODGE, from Loudon, grateful for the lioerul patronage she has received ("rum her friends and the public, retu> us her sincere thanks, and respectfully solicits a continuance of the same?to insure which, .Mrs M. D. H. new offers for-ale her splendid Royal Victoria Gipsey Hats, una Cottage Bonnets, which are acknowledged by the best judges to be superior tu shape to any in this city, at the lowest possi ble prices, for cash, by the case, dozen or single one, at her stare 339 Grand street, between Essex and Norfolk streets. N. B. Mats cleaned, altered and pressed in a superior style, cheaper than at any other establishment in the city. New York. April, 1838. a3-lm* AGAUOKNK- "WANTED,-(toe competent to take chnrge of the dowerfearden as well as the kitchen gar den. Apply to G. WINTER, 16 Wall street, third itory of the Mechanics' Bank. a3 St* f> OOMH TO JLA.T? With or without Board. Apply at AC No. 8 John at. m 15-Inn* DIAPHANOUS WINDOW sHA., ES, WARRANTED TO wash with sponge and water AND TO STAND ALL CLIMATER These elegant and graceful creations of fancy?so much pa tronized by the fashionables of Paris and London?uiust be seen to he appreciated. Tliev UNITE FASHION WITH TASTE AND ECONOMY, are equally suited for the drawing room, parlor, boudoir or bedroom, and are as universally admired for their novelty, variety and beauty, as for their pleating and eheeiful appear ance. A wet span ge wipes these shades clean aitd restores their original freshness mnd beauty W iih ordinary care they will last for years, and coa-equrwtlv, at their present low prices, they a<e NOT ONLY THE MOST ORNAMENTAL BUT THE CHEAPEST AND THE MOST ECONOMICAL WINDOW SHADES EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. Sold wholesale and retail, by E. DOYLE, 8 Beekman street, Clinton Hall. And by A. LENT, 377 Broadway. a3 1na* Opposite Nibln's Gardens. CM RAP CARPETS-CHEAP CARPKTS Selling off the stock at 187 Bowery, z early opposite Spring st?These goads must be sold before die 1st of May, and per sons would do well to call immediately before the handsomest patterns are sold. Three ply, superfine and fine Ingrain car peting. Stair Carpeting of every width and quality, Tufted and Brussels Rugs, Parlor DoorMatsnf different hinds. Bras. Stair Rods, Table and Piano Covers, and a variety ?>f other ar ticle* in this line of business Also, well cured floor Oil Cloths of every width and landaome patterns, and Russia Carpets nt four shidings per yard. 87 187 Bowery, rearly opposite Spring ?t. a4-8l* WILLI AMSBUKGHPMOPRRT^ ?'Thosetwo YY beautiful lots, 25 by 10(1 feet each, on the north side of 8outh Second street, 50 feet east of Seventh street?a fineloca tian and au improving neighnorhood. This is a rare chance, as they will besold cheap if applied for immediately. Inquire or ?4 3t*_ MU. IIOPEIW3. 98 Nassau at, WANTKD?In a lawyer's office, a smart, active lad, about fourteen years Of age, who would be desirous of pursuing the study of the law, and of making himself general ly useful. To one answerinr the above description, a small compensation wiil he allowed. Apply at No 98 Nassau street, between the hours of 9 and 10 o'clock, A. M. a4-l w W?. ? K SHOPS TO LRT?Fine, well ligVted.com. modious workshop* to let, suitable for mechanics of eve ry description Apply on the premise-. Card Factonr, Amos " listre " * street, corner of 4ik street, between hnlfpaat 3 an.1 6 P. M. a4 lw* ONR HUNBRBI) DOL< A> S HKWAK1) ? L st.on Saturday, the 3l?tult. two Check* drawn hy Win. H. Brown, ?>' the Seventh Ward Rank, for #4"0 each, and a note of E. P. A A. Woodruff, for #850 68, at 90 nay*date, front 13th March, payment of which last i* stopped. The rbechs were presented and paid on Saturday runni ng at the counter of the bank. Th* kbove rew ard will be paid for aay information which may l?ad to the recovery of the mooev. a2 I*' CHARLES McKVERS.jr 35 Broad at. WANTED CONSTANTLY, ? number of young men, (Americans) for whaling voyages in rood ships. Amongst tlmse that are wanted are blacksmiths, coopers, car penters and lanriamen. Those that wish such a voyage, would do well to call at THOMAS LEWIS* Clothing Store. 247 Water str< 8'., corner of Peck slip, where they will lie hono rably dealt with. All clothing and other nectasnries fa nislied on credit. ot Im* VISITING CARDS* CA'CDtf AT HUMS, mOUK CAft&DS. AC' VALHNTINE'S fashionable visiting and store card ESTABLISHMENT. N John streat, corner of William. KT The latest fashion* received. n?l4-lm* BO A It DtN?.?Furnished tnm*, with breakfast and las, and ninn#r on Sunday. M $3,flo per week, may be had, in a private ramify, where there are no children. Every atten tion will be rendered In order to rive aathnaction. Apply at 01 Greenwich, cor. of Reel or st. aS-weod* CH1LOK KN*IH LOTHIMO-ThewWllinikm coaatamly on hand an eiteaeWe assortment of children ? clothing, made ia the meat faahionable ttyle, which they wi I tell oo very reaanaahle term* at whole?ale or retail. m23-3nt' ?K<? A. HOVT It CO. 14 Bower*. HLKOFOLD, 191 William atreet. Importer of Dry ? Good*. and Tailor, reapectfuliy announce* that he ha* jo?t received a rrry handsome a**?>rimvnt of Cloth*, CasaJ tea. Vesting* ami Taney Goods, of the newest and moat fa rtefi ah'onable style for the pie-ent season. which he ofTcta lor ?le at mo?t remarkahy I law price* fwr cash. H. L. particularly iavite* the attention of the trade, assuring them that they will no where find goods cheaper than at hi* lore. Oenth men purchasing their owa cloth, are here offer atore. Oentbmen purchasing i ed indueemeats to bay which a single glance will conviace them of. In the Tailoring Deportment, H. Leopold acknowledges himself second to tone, and those gentlemen who may honor Hint with their command* may depend on having Clothe* made in the most 'aahtombla style of elegance, and at eitrem* ly mo derate price*. N ?ate prt [KW LAKICA'I Ult*? !*.?The New Coda otChi valry approved by the Karl of Dart* nor, and the 3d edi tion of ' A Scene in Washington or a Morning Walk on the Pennsylvania Avenue," will he issued this morning, April 2d and for sale wholesale and retail at CHARLES DEL VBC CHID It SDN, 44 Cha ham street, MATSELL'S, 479 Peari street, and at thonfBce of the New Era. ?? 9t* CHI IW CliLAR-DR. M. MAR I* has ream ved bis office to IS Marray st where he will he happy to see hi* friends.? Tn make new profeaaioM after ten year* residence in America, out off.rtT-fivo years successful prautice. thirty-five of which wa? spent la nearly all the known h* *p?t?l? in Eur pe, and a majo port ia the army. Earing the whole campaign, la ah the varioaa aad complicated affliction* that beset the human race, debility, and all the most delicate and obstinate wm Blsint* of every denomination, soore* of thousand* have passed is hand* in perfect convalescence. A mild treatment and speedy core, without the least interruption of the usual daily occupation, ft riot honor and cnvfidence may be relied on. Hours of attendance frnm 19 A. II lo ? P. M. Wanted imosediately?A goad clean Bay to attend a Doctor's Office Inquire 33 Marry st. inlfi-lm* I Ifll/'TA RY NALOttm, 71 Division street -LEE A ivl ROLLINS have taken the id. 3d and 4th stories of the building 71 Division st runnine through In East Bm.idway ? The 3d story It fitted op for a Saloon The 3d and 4 h stories are fitted up for Drill Room*. I V> feet long and 53 feet wide ? They I eve nlan small room* Tor Committee Meeting*. Boat Clubs, Engine Companies. Ac. The Saloon it fitted up in the best sty e . nd nm*t fashionable manner, with the best of liquors. Wines. Segtr*, London Ale, Scotch Ale, and Bottled Cider They have al?n a Bummer House, that will He Bite* ap for the accomo odatlon of Military Companies, their friends aad the public i" genera". All Mll'tary Companies that are not aogaged, are rftpdctfttl'y Invited to colt and see the roojw JOBHIrA H. LER. HARVY ?. ROLLINS. Dmp into the Saloon and take ft giass of wine with n?. Ea trance 71 Division st mSn tm jy| a f.JIP ff_N?:TT. STRAW ; HAT MANUPACTtT RER. 1ST tmsdway. respecttnllv inform* her cnstome,a that she has removed her business from the store to ap stair*, an the first Boor tT Please in be pertlralar?the eatrsnee is hy the private ?lone, near the Scotch siu-ue Mr*. B ha* the ple*??r? to Inform th? Ladies that she has a good assortment nf all hind* ef English Straw Hats, L spheres aad the most splendid Tuscan Hatt that ever have beptt im "ST Good ?tr*w Sewers wanted ?t 2Y? Broadwgv. mf? Im* JbeBftMtt. TWt mm haseupdfior ami is ftued wttb separate ubiM for the MMinaodMioi of kailin, lo wham every possible atU>nUo? will be given. Fare?Cabin. $J4fi,taciading pro*wioaa wises, fee. Koeond Cabin. |M, mewling provbion* TMs superior sb-ans ship baaing been chartered by the Di rector* of the British and American Hteam Navigation Compa ny nf London, to meet tbe pressing damaads of the public, in anticipation of the steam ship "Mural Victoria," now building. IS a new * easel, about sfat months old, and has proved taersell superior in speed and seaworthy qualities lo any steam vessel on ibe British waters. Passengers will be landed at Portsmouth, and thus be ena bled to lake conveyances direct to the C eminent. Furtber iafei .nation afforded en npplicatioa, and for freight *V2dS WORTH k SMITH, 4 J"u?v Latw, (rear of 1?5 Front stf) niM-tMl Agents British It AmericanHleaiu Nav. Co. FOR SAL v ?A handsome and convenient two a?m story brick bouse, consoling of 11 r om*. folding doors ?*"*in the lewer rooms with marble mantels, buck and front vaults, a small garden with an abundant supply of grape vt4,es. and plenty of water. Part ol the purchase money ran remain on bond and mortgage. Apply ou the premise*, at 107 Hester *t near the Bowery. a4-3t* TO LKT?A superb house in Duane street, No. 168 opposite tbe Park, having 30 room*, f lding doors ?and marble mantels, with a separate dining room, 20 by 60, Ai-o the next h use, w?ll finished and in excellent order, and two small bouses in Anthony street, Nos. 34 and 36. w itb two small house* in Hancock street, next u? tbe corner of Hous ton. Wanted, a Gardener, a single man. Apply at 164 Duane street. m2l-2w* TO L* T-FAWST ?? A TIC 81TIA ?IONS FOK BDS1KW8H-'The large Hou?e and duire, with a Refectory. No. 17 Orange street, and is well cal culated far an extensive liquor and grocery store and boarding b'?u*e. Also, several bou??s and store* in Cherry, Water, Madison, Monroe, Koucvelt.Scauimel. Orange, Ridge, Riving, ton. Walker, John, Mercer, Moll and Cr?-uwicb su , which will be let low to good tenants. for further particulars, apply at 37 John su, from 7 to 1# in tbe morning, and from 3 to 7 in the evening. mlP-lm* MTO LKT-A 3 story brick Itoose, 69 Anthony between Church *t and Broadway. The house con tains 10 good rooms, a large yard and woodbouae. To a good tenant, it will be let low. a3-3t? MTO LKT-i two story trame house, (brick base ment,) *nd 4 lots, each 100 by 25 feet,situated at Bergen Five Corners completely finished last spring, in hand some stylp, about half a mile trom the rail road, and on the Newark Turnpike, where stages pas* daily to and from Jersey City and Newark. For terms, apply to ?M. WKIR, on .be premises, or to Mr. JORDAN, at the Jersey City Ferry. a3 1?? FLBKlCIJt TVttksl.?Tbe sub?cril?er begs to inform the public be ha* now for sale, at unusually low ? price*, a splendid collection of beautiful new Dahlias, Roots, Geranium*. Moss and olber Roses, Cactuses, Fusbia*. Calcerlmr'u*. Salvias,Campanulas, krithrinas.lthn.indentiroas, Pa*Mfloras. Crassula*, Ptronias, Luvinuses, Avuncular*. Violas, fcc. kc. Al o, a select and rare collection of Annual and Pp. rennial Flower Seeds. Dahlia Seeds, collected entirely from bit collection, tbe growth of 1837, at $1 per oz. Moss Roses in C>ls, and now in bud: l#ftof tbe new large red fruited Rasp ?rry plants; the drab, while and rose, sweet scented China Piaonia; Root*, 500 yards of box edging, and a few good fruit tree* and shrubs. W. RUSSELL, Florist, Alt. aS^t* Jay and Willoughby sis., Brooklyn. Lfl. ORE B V KN KK Equal to T 13 Candles 11 Glrwud'a Patent N?chanlcal La nips--war ranted.?3 10 Canal street. ILT OHtOUD, ?ol? Inventor and Manufacturer of the above Lamps ia this city, in returning his tliaaas far the patronage he has received ever since the lormatiun of bi* establishment, respeciiullv announce that he has j-st completed a great se lection of the said Lamps, which he offers for sale. The Cancel Lotnos, and those of a similar coaatroetion, which are sold in Atis country, are liable t" maay expensive derangements, from which the Giroud Lamp* are entirely free, inasmuch as the pump and mechanism of the latter are separate from i'*e reset voir of oil, and may be cleaned without difficulty?while it is impossible to clean or repair the others without a perfect knowledge of their co*** ruction. The object of Mr. Giroud in manufacturing Lumps in this city Is to procure a material advantage to purchasers in avoid ing the h*avy duties and expenses incumbent upon importa tions. He is therefore en a bed to supply this useful article at the same price a* if bought in Paris. A more appropriate ornament for parlors, and more econo mical for hotel a?d store keepers cannot !>e found. Dealers supplied with Glass Giobet, Crystal Lamps, Chim neys, Milken Wicks, Reflecting Shades, and all otner materials necessary for Lamps. CP On the 1st of May next .oe Factory will be removed to Broadway. It Is now 2td Canal st n>3 lm* FOR HAKTEOkiD.?Fhr su-nm. boat CLKOPATKA, Captttn Du?tan. wil leave from Fast Kiver Steamboat Plare.foot of ttei-kmnn st. every Tuesday, Thursdar ami Saturday after noon. at 1 o'clock Tne stesmlioat BUNKER HILL, Cspt. Sanford, will leave frnm Ka?t River steamboat place, foot of ttiekman st. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock FOR .MEW LOMDOM.?Mage* will be iu readiness at Lyme to convey passengers to New London. ITT Freight taken until 3 o'clock. For further information inquire 00 board, or of D. B. ALLEN, IS9 South st. N. B. All persons are forbid trusting any one on account of the above boat or owners. n?20-Sni" AUOOO CH ante ko maWnbku OK FAMILIES OF LIMITED MEANS-If tenor fitteen of those, who are satisfied of the inutility of a longer residence in New Fork, would consent to remove t?> a tract of fertile land, welt situated, an opportunity will he aflb'ded them, wltD fuM details of the advantages of tne situation, by addressing a tine to X. V.. at the oilier of this paper. Native Americans, sns me or more operative mechanics would he preferred. sa30-l w* SWAIN'S WORN SUGAR PI.UMS-An effica cious and convenient medic ne for children, causing worms to be ai-charged in great numbers an* even whea there i?i.o appearance ol worms they do much good in carrying ofTthe secretiofi of n.ucus frsmtbe stomach and bowel* which gene rate them, at d i? a* ui'uiriou?u> cbtldreH as worms alive. For sale by the proprietor's?gml, NATHAN B. GRAHAM. mFTtf No. HO Nassau si e n tier of Fulum. noOMN \V ? N ? K D.-bst of twn rooms and homes lU are wanted by a younr Oentleman. w hose relative reside in Kentucky, and whose occupation is exclusively a library one. He will furnish the rooms, if necessary, in a handsome manner. He would prefer liv ng in ? domestic circle, where he could enjoy the advantages of female society. Breakfast would he required every morning ?wd tea occasionally. The family with whom he resides would have the privilege of a good library, and all the t-ewspapers of the country. Address Hormet," at the office of thb paner. m12 tf till ON llOTrL earner 01 Park P. see and'Broad w;y. formerly Park Place Hoo*e, will he open on and af ter 24 h March, foe the reception of permanent and transient hoarder*, bv JAHES RTAN, of (lie Manhattan House, and formerly of the I'o-ard House Boston. taSS-Ini* rfOOTH ACHE-TOOTH ACHE 1?E?t ran of 1 Gall sod Kirosote. an effectual remedy for To uh Ache. Prepared oaly by Wm B own, Che . 1st. No 481 Washington st. Boston. As a security against counterfeits, observe hit sig nature on the directions. Why will yon sufler with the toot it ache when there is a remedy The above extract has recent I b een discovered to be a as fe and sure remedy for the moth ache. It removes from the cavi ty all the decayed substance, and leaves it w hi e st the outside nf the tee lb? also. removes the soreness, and takes away aU that unplea-ant tswell arising from defective teeth. It doet not injure the teeth like many articles that are used. Sold wholesale and retail by R M Gutou, 127 Bowery, cor ner Grand si; corner Henry sad Pike ?ts; and 441 Grand si;? ami retail hy J H. Hart, corner Broadway and Chamltert *tt W. H Mllnor, coraer Dey sl and Broadway; Wm. B HoC , man, 657 Bmsdn ay, and A B. and D. Bands, coraer William and Fulton streets. ttiTT lm TAKE NOTICE?The?abscr,her hews leave to Inform v the pobllc. that he has take? a lease Of Uie Livery Mtahle No. 48 Bayard sh adjoining the North American Hotel, and la ready to receive carriages and horses, hy the day, week or month, fmm those who wish to pat ma lie him. P. B, There will he a sapply of ca> rtages and horses ready at all llr-.es to the order of the costomeis. n>r> lm* FRANCIS O'NEILL. CHINESE MORI S W'LTIC AULIS, Ac.-The ? uhsarioers bsve sld-remaining on hand, SA.OM) trees of lb# Moras Muliicaalls, In fine condition, varying in sixe front twn tn three feet nnd upwards, the wood well matured and aii warranted genuine 24,080 trees M-ma expanse; a very saperior variety, with large, aasooth, t lossy leaves, and Ave to seven feet high. 25.808 Bras?a Malherry.fnur to seven and a half feet. Aay person wtshiag a quan'ity. will find hiatself dealt with on modernte terms, aad aa inspectloo of the trees caaeot fail to give satlsfsction. ....... Specimen trees can be seen at No. ? Liberty street-office up stairs. Prired cstalotnes may be had there, and also of CHARLES GOFF.No. IW Maiden Lane. WILLIAM PRINCE A SON. I Liaiuran Garden and Narserir*. Flushing. n>30-2w* TOOT II AC Mb " TOOTH ACME' JAN ISBN'S CONCENTRATED RLF.TTARIA tr This article, a highly concentrated preparation ef Rreo Ist* and Cardaman. has. in all cases where it has been used, ami has been placed In contact w-Hhthn nerve of the dis eased tooth, tbos far proved AN INFALLIBLE SPECIFIC for that sm>t severe and tormenth g annayance, the Troth Ache. Unlike moat other articles far the purpose, U can be applied with the utmost safety, as it is aotlo tne least degree hurtful to the teeth, and therefor* produce* no injurious ef. feet* if placed in contact with those that ars sound. Aa a remedy TOOTH ACHE, lis sueress is without a parallel. It thcr-?ughly remove* all soreness, aad leaves the Teeth la a fit condition for being Ailed t and. as it effectually arrests the progreat ot desav. and eventnnlly removes those portions that have already became canons; M entirely destroys that disagreeable smell which Is always Imparted to the breath hy decayed terth. Price V> cents. Far sole only by W. ft). mmwon.TP Fulton street! .tomes N. Hart, M. R.. comer Broadway and Chnmhers street; F. M. Ou>?u. corner Row my and Grin' A street, corner Pike and Hew-y street, ami whole sale ami retail. 441 Grand street, between East Broad svny and Division street. 118 amend* F- H W A I.N. I. O \t ? I he W in.I Mill in ij>h sr. -eartbe ? 3d sveene. with or wit boat the machinery. Applv at Hf Mantra Line. in 14-1 m* m i?. ? ? . ,i. ? DAMN TMRBA ' " ? ?TIB IVINMI. ?? ?Aadrnr i?f. Mr fMc-Twrnt, Mr Fisher? Mrs CUvUMaw A PAB DEDEUX-by Mmrr ud Mir* WeBa. Ti? wfaKb wilt be xMtd, MOMi*. MALLIT MiMin PMc?i MtlHHr k. NetAHowe, Mr Maker. After which, A PAH Dtt DKlrX~by Mr. ud Mr*. Cbeckem. ("?conclude with SAM WKLLIR, Or, The Pickwickian*?Mr PVkwich, Mr Chlppladnle?Tracer Tipman, Esq, Mr laberwood Mr Namuel Waller, Mr V R Blake?Master Jatepk Bowphu, Mr Plaeide?Miss Isabella Wardle; Mrs RtchartWoa. Door,open mtik?Darforuaannes roaweaee at7o'clock Boxes fl?Ph Adeem*?Gallery 2k cents. IXJATIUNAL THRITKK Lmt* flokn Opera Htuti.?MR. WALLACE. Leasee.?THIS EVENING wilt he performed. H AMLKT?Hamlet,,Mr Vandeuhoff-Mhost.Mr H. Wallaek Laerties, Mr. Wsllaek.Jr?Horatio, Mr. Matthew*? Pn'aaiae, Mr Stanley?Grave Digger, M* Williams? Ophelia, Mits ?. Wbeailey?Queen, Mrs W. St ttoo. Two popular Overtures. Alter which, A PAS *BUL-By Miaa Kerr. To rone urie with ASSIGNATION?Pierre Dubors, Mr Williams-Madame Du bois, Mrs W. Seflon. Doors open it 6J?Perfbrmance be fin at 7. Boxes, $1. Pit So cents. Gallery 25cents. BMNJAM1N CHAPIN 1<?S Maiden Lane, bat can stanily on band a large assortment of fashionable Tuscau and Straw Bom.eta, of hie own manufacturing. which headers for sale very low by the rase ordoxen. Alao, Kildwns. Milline ry articles, sc. he. Merchants and others are invitetl to call and examine for l be use I v? >. mlfl lm" fF<0 ulllT?The upper part ol Not. 4 and 6 Peck Slip, A communicating, a -mall brick kitchen in the rear, celltr kc. a convenirut residence for a respectable sma.1 family?no oilier laniily in the premises, the lower part being occupied as offices. Apply No. 4 Peak Slip. f2fl-tf OOOTS?NOTICE.?The thousands who are In the habit " of going to KICHAKDS' lor his inake of gentlemen's e ream cheap Boots, are respectfully inormed thai many ol the bet t Boot makers in the city and country having been throw n out of employ the last w inter,have beea busying them selves iu making up the m*,*' elegant, fashionable and durable dress Boots ever worn by gentlemen, and have left them lor sale at RICHARDS' Bt?<t E-tah.i-hmenta, Nos. 234 audit Canal st. the two stores next to Greenwich su at a price to co ver cost? at retai no more w ill be asked?$2.50 to $4 3n the pair. Pieasecall RICHARDS' Noa. 232 and 254 Canuu 2 stores next in Greenwich si. m!4 lin* largest assortment of iashiunalj!* Boots in the ciiy BKALS* HAIR RKITORATIVK^TInti vain able discovery is now introduced to the public with the fullest confidence ami af-urance that it will effect the object of its application, via: THE COMPLETE RESTORATION OF THE HAIR upon the heads of these who have lost the same, anil have thereby liec?rue buhl ?r partially so. Numerous certificates might be given to show how success fully this compou.id has been applied, (never having failed in a single instance.) hut as it is not brought before the public to sell, but to be applied upon the principle of?no charge with out succe-s. it is deemed unnecessary to swell an advertise ment with particulars. Its virtues have been fully and satisfactorily tested. The heads of those that were entirely bald, have been, by the ap plications! this Restorative,covered with a luxurious growth I ol beautiful hair. All humbug and qutckery in this matter is utterly dia | claimed. Beales' Hair Restorative will he applied by tlie discoverer or inventor, Levi I. Benls, la those wno may desire to avail themselves of its beneficial effects, at the office of O. M. Mac daniel. No. 9 Plait street. New York. None need despair, whether old or young, of having their hair tally restored. No payment will he received for any application of tbe Re storative until the individual who tries it is satisfied by the restoration of the hair. N. B. Strangers who may stay a month in tbe city, can have their hair started sufficiently to ensure iu complete re.tnra t.on. ml9-3m' IAFLl'kkZA, COl UM ?. COLDS. PUTtolB Sore Throats, Rheumatism,all Cutan- ous diseases, such as Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Scrofulous Eruptions, kc. run be cured In u few slays by the use of Doctor Jackson's Medicated Vapour Baths, ni 209 Bowery, where visitors may lie accom modated with a Bath at five minutes' notice, every day, from ? o'clock, A. M. until II o'clock iu tbe evening. N. B. Gsnteel fumishrd apartments, wuh board, and the best of nurses provided lor invalids who may wish to put themselves under Doctor Jackson's treatment, and his .Medi cated Vapour Baths. It is proper to mention, these Baths base no resemblance to the Tbomsoniau system, nor treat ment- ni22 3m* UCOl T'S-PATENT MOOR SPUING -Thn KT superior article, which can lie applied to any description oi door, at a very trifling expense, particularly recommends itsel. to tbe notice of the t ublic generally. It is iidinirahly calcu lated for hill* of mansions, hotels, churches banking establish menu ihtairea, stores and private dwellings, or in (act far any place where it is desirable to keep doors closed ; may be seen and iU use anu application explained, at EDWARDS k CO.'S Tea Warehouse. ml.S-lni* 92 Chatham It. I ? p IIIkMKM KNIV KH."-By Uteret^Iamvais V/ we base received from the celebrated manufacturers. Josh. Rodger* It Son, Croooke k. Sons, and Wo-tenliolme*, the choicest selection* of I, 2, 3 ?nd 4 blade Pncktt Knives ever int ported into the 17. 8? amnnyst which are many beautiful Knives, gold and silver mounted; also, a fine assortment oi Rodgyrs* Sci-snrs, Raaors and Table Cutlery, Co lt Screws, Cheese Mcmpsaud Champagne Openers,setts *f ivory ban tied Table Cutlery, with ana without forks, iu mahogany cases. Carvers and Slirers, to ma>ch; Ladies' Companion, and Silver Thimbles; London mace Ladies' and GenllemeiV Dress ing Cases. Common Table and small Cutlery, hy the package or (mm tbe strive*: Brnisn Plate Table and Desarrt Forks k Spoons, warranted to k*rp tbeir color; Sterling Silver, Pearl ?nd Ixory Handled Table Cutlery .lor private families, w arranted good ; ? large asfonmenti f Beit, Holster and Duelling Pistols; Colt's krpeatiag Riflesan<i Pistols. Country msrehants and retaUrrs supplied at a small advance, for cash or approved taper. . GRAVELY k WREAKS, 9 Ador Honae. IT v7 MsckleN Magla Raxor Sirup. mlfl-Iw* PAT' fa. N T i.AMI'K. WAMNA NT fall! Improved M. chaaical ar-d Ornamental Lamps, recently iavented by Messrs. Decan k Co. Paria, sapcrior to aay former invention or their utili v and beauty. The subscriber, as sole agent andi aipnrter In the United State* for Messrs. Decau k Co.. begs leave respectfully to in form the ladies and gentlemen ofthi* city that behatjust npea rd a store No. 76. junction of Maiden Lane ami Lihfrty streets, up stair*, with a complete assortment of the ilxivr slated tugt rinr lashiona le Lamps, which he intends to keep constantly on band,and invite* all those who maybe interested in the use thereof, to favor Mm with a call,being confident i hat Ibis arts ele, entirety new, from the great popularity it ha* already ae qaired among the fashionable circle* in Paria and from ll?e ex tensive orders which are constantly reraised, that its merits cannot fnil to be as dalv appreciated Mr this intelligent run>ina nity, a tew seconds being besides sufficient to exainine it and iecognixe all its usalal properties, the mrcfa*a>s<a be'ng per fectiy plain in iu construction and wperalion. mid M-iag jd the same in* e an object nf curiosity hy itself. 1 h<-?e Lanios can He adapted to any purpose :u the way ot Illumination, and a can 'f averted without hesitation or exag geration?ihat tse aloe* produce* a lie' ? *4tll U !1 nam enndle*. One Ol these lamp --v, lie used ?> i - r>imn witnoa tbe least al teratmu on the niantie piece, n>, ike la ale, or hy a very simple mmlnnation adapted a* a rfca .arlier. Oaeof tbe peculiar prsperties ot (hi* lageaious invention a Ik?l it is Ihe glasa tube and not the wick ti nt recuiabsa tbr Ughl. as the latter Is not in lb* least Increased by lb? raising nor diminished oy the loweringaf the wick,except, hnw?.ver, when totalfxiiuctinn i* requited. Aaother peculiarity Man of it is. that the meat eommon lamp llcaabe used, it becoming clarified hy the function* ol the aieclianom, which latter U woand up oner iu the >-v? i ag.ans1 the light suitably regulated, an snuffing or do further aHentloe ts required for the whole night. Tbe subscriber ha* also en hand a (ufl assortment of plah and fancy Candle rtcreens, an article also entirely new, stamp, easily adapted tocausile*, winch givea them the deceptive ap pearance ni fancy lamps, ami as they cause an agrrrahle awl gem le light, are very recommendahle to industrious rm oi and writers. There are also such faacy screen* ol a larger de scription, and faacy glnhda attacked to the above laaip*. JiMw' AUO'N DIAOON. - - - - ?KRTLINBa?l CAST Off CLOTHING BOUGHT ? ?4 I be Tell value fiven tn caab, br H. LKVBYT. No. 230 Bleacher Mrret, mr Carmine Hreet, Mew voak. CT Knnwmn there are pernor* who make a rreat pair la their advertiaement* for C??t OfT Clothing, and who la many eaae* ? e not five the fall valor f-r the ?? me, H. L. will ?? tare thnae Gentlemen who mar have aarh article* try them, and who may vend (br him, of their receiving the vary aw aanat value tn radi for every erticle. N. B. A line tbmufh the pnat edlea ar otherwiae, to tb a ha re addreaa. will meet w itb dae a item Ian. M-fon* /MIAL.?WmblBftaa Coal Yard, corner ?t Barrow and Vy Waabinatna ata.?A atacfc of rupertor Be liny Ihitt Peach Cr rbard Caal la at prawnt on hand in thia yard, which wlH bean d tor amah at very reduced price*. Families will find it to the r advantage to rail before pnrcbaaing. A card with the price* n en at Mr. Athlnaoa's. lb Banvar at. and order* kit there or at he var4 ? ill be duty MnM to. .1 lm* isoMf r D PICK* II* lonn cnae*, I dot en each, radon jan |ooo do ito do hint da .vto do do d? quart do. put np ?operior ?tyle, and for rale by ft k J. B. WBLLH, I at Water ?u |2V%w* Mil rloor to Holt** Howl E. GRAHAM BRNNKBsfTarn.erly of Newborn, N. C. Attormkv amd CowntKLuan at Law. Ltoden, A I*. Rr.rcncNCK*.? Ilea. William Gaaton, Newborn, N. C. - Hath WHIiam H Haywood, Ral, N. G. ??* kp-M*WY. rtT'trllle, N. C. ? Mr * H.Tayter.Mohde.Al. B. ft. Htoaat. K?,w Mobile. Al. 2r "I?1" M Htron*. Linden, Al. WiHIam Locke. Linden. Ai. f 19 6m THK NBW Yf>RK V ft?VICAlV *"ANUFACTURIN * CO. have conataatlv foriate Gil Yltrfol, yy,,, Bleaching Mafe*. Copper**, Aqua Atnooit, MorW A aid, Aannrorti*. NRrlrAcM. Bite Vitriol Mnnraneae, ?M many other article* k the line of their haatnew. Order* will hp reeeived at tln-ir ??wkmp-houne. Ma. ? Broadway, or at the nitre af their ay eat. No.?l *'<?? ""*?? ?di-ljr* OM?. B. BHIMT. Ayeat. thltlp-t G-FbrdU*'or J *1 :eqn?"'? oi \pplv m the ?.e*bof thiaot Ac*. nmujiks. MSSSlTljKMP ItrJSHSS lion. km will t>r rtaarrfd on Mini mirt Mty." Thr next irinwUmiwum Mowday, April Ms. IM, at It o>ciaca,aad till borwi, ke. intended for tni* ?ale nuMbe 4mJf?HH?.or Mara Betantay, Aprtl T,a? 5 P. M. " *?herae caa be offered at a actio a aoleas registered la Uai far tke catalogue. W . ? JOHW W. WATBOm.HB Dreerfwae. Horaea retwrnt lor tala moat be la A at New York TaUeraatu Mora it o'clock oa lira day of sale, eg the* w? aoi be offered. jit AM* en* HEHillO dfc ION, * ?wR?LK I** ?LC MILLS, RED0ITCK. U" Return their sincere thank* (or thr preference given, for *? y <*Vf\10, ' Needlea a ad Ki*h Hooka, aad bag to assure the public that tUry still coatino* u? use tha yraateat ei r i lions to manufacture aa art tela that will aire universal oik taction, ibJ, Wiry truat, easare a continuance of ikiirkM it> tmaage. R affltai.ij ' ??o bare here obliged to ? sullen ike public "Tr?-1 i'TlTl? c*rrfnl fru? ?'horn they purchase Needle# aud Ktsh H<>ok? purporting to be of tlirir maau far tare nod ne ver ha* ihrre been npenorf when a repetition of that rantkMS was more required. R. II. k Son basing recently received ha lormaiion that a great nutnherof individual*. who formrri* rr. sidert in England, have rstahliabrd themselvesia niiWlowT New York, Boston, and the principal towns in America, nod make it their business to commit this fraud to a great extent by importing Needles without labels that they iaav label thesa in imitation of R. M. It Son's best qualities, well knowing lb at were they to atlenr pi la do so in England, the severest penal ties would await them. To as>Ut in accomplishing their ends, these unprincipled i*. dividual* invent numberless falsehoods, soateof them baring the assurance to style themselves the Agent* of R. Hemming k Hon, aad purposely employed to ?e | their Needles and rbb Hooks, and diey even carry with them Invoice Heads, printed exactly the same as those at ways used by R. Hemming k How. Others a?sert that the original parties who composed the firoa of R. Hemming k Sou are dead, and therefore any onn may use their nam* s, which t* totally false. In hue, it would l?e quite impossitle to enumerate, in thin circumr, the numerous tricks these persons make one of to as sist in their deception upon the public; for. to obtain orders, they invent any tale that tkey imagine will give their spurious articles a more ready sale. K. Hemming k "on do not wish to claim a greater preference than their long tried artiole entt.Jes them to, aad tbey fear ne competition, exevpt that of the unprincipled individuals who seek every means in their rower to deceive the public and de stroy iherepuiatiwnnfR.Hemmingk Hon, which has been ac quired t?y strict attention to the manufacture of an article hith erto unrivallad; and, under these ciretiinstance*, they venture to nnke this appeal w> the public, for pro lectio a, feeling wcl assured it will he afforded to them. Richard Hemming k Son have farther to observe, that they now in variably stamp all lb" ir Large Cod Hocus with tbeir naine.4 and address, but as this cannot he effected upon Jtke smaller kindsot K-h Ho ks, the publie will please to be very particular in sel-cilng t? eat, and give a strict examination to ihe labels and style of wrappiag up. August 31. 1833. RICHARD HEMMING k SON taketbeliberty afsiaimiar attention to the above ami meat respectfully solicit the public chase* ol N< vdles and Fuk ta he on their guard in making pares Hooks purporting to be of the genuine manufacture, for al though the impovtioa has in many instances been checked, aad the unprincipled parties exposed! R. H. k Son have every t em si?h to believe, from inforaiatton lately received, that lire din Itonvsl system of forgiag their names is Mill carried on to w great extent, and that large quantities ot inferior Needlrs arc now preparing in England, forth# purpose of being labelled* in America, in imitation of R. Hemming k Son's awtaufactoso. Forge Needle Mills, Reddtteh, November 17,1837. flb-la w3at \KW YORK 1IIHVRAMCK COMPANY ?A ll aa election held at this office aa the 8th hoc die lilloabf gentlemen were elected Directors of the Company far the en suing year. Charles Me Evert, Henry W. Hicks, J:,cob Harvey, Stewart Brown, John W. Schmidt, Robert Kermit, George T. TrimhJe, Adam TredweK, Cornelius W. Lawrence, Robert R. Minrura, I L C. Hammers ey, Josiah Macy, Matthew Maury, Bsc be McKvers, Edward R. Jones, Casper Meier. Joseph Haads, Gulian C. VerplaaCk, Tleodore Meyer. William Banks, Theodore B. Saiterthwaite. And at a meeting of tlie Board oa tbe 9th mat. Charles Ma Evrrs Esq. ami Adam Tied well, Esq. having declined a re election. It ache McKvers. Esq. was anamnMHvdy elected President, and Theodore B. Saiterthwaite, Esq. Vice Pisd dent. Jffi III: HtlWAKD INkl'KABCE COMPANY ?New Cap ul $300,000.?Office No. M Wall st?This On continues to make lusorsace against loss aad damage by Ike. and Inland Navigation. f directors. R. Havers, President, David Lee, Mieali Bald* in, Cornelius W. Lawrewea, Caleb h. Halstead, Joseph Otis, Najah Taylor, Wm. W. Todd, Kattnitig C. Tucker, Wm. Coaeb, JrliHil Jagcer, Meigs D Rrqjasnw, J. Phillips rh?en>x, Moses Allen, John 1). Wolfe, Joaa Morrison, B. L. Woollry, Jolio Rankin, J. B. Varaunt. 134 LEWIS PHILLIPS, Secretary. EAST MIVKU EIRE INBUHANCK com PANY?No.44 W tlliHm st. next do< r south ot Wallatraet and opposite the new exchange, continues to insure agaiaa lot or damage by fire upon all hoosrs and other buttulega and upon goods, ware* and eterrbaadixe. Ol SECTORS. James McRrid-, Joseph Keraoehea, J"hn Moorhead, James Bowen, John R Peters, John Broun er, E. L. Williams, John Wilson, Tboma* Sufforn, Robert Dyson, Henry W. Ililv, Charles Oakley, Wnt. Mandeville, P.M. Osgood. Campltel! P. White, Aboer Weyman, Robert J. Dillo , C? orge CoggeshaM, Hamilton Murray, Thomas N< smith, John G. Ilicks. WM. MANDEVILLE, President' G.R. 8ILLI MAN, Secretary. j? JKKKKKfOBi IN HUMAN CK COMPANY? Office Na. 47 Wail it. corner of Hanover u.?This Cooiaa ny continues ta insure against km* or damage by ore oa baud Ings, go da, wares or merchandize generally; aisn < and cargoes against loan or damage by island navigation, oaaa favorable lei u>s as any other office. DIRECTORS. Thomas W, Tharne, John H. Lee, John R DmiMin, Moses Tucker, Tbo*. T. Wadnf. Tboa. K. Davis, Kctvard D. Howell, Dr. David Rngrta, Thomson Price, J. H. Ransom, John Moras, Hr. B. R. Robaoa, Anson Raker, Joseph Drake, John C. Merrill, Rtrphen Lyoa, Alex. Maatertun, Caleb C. Turn*, Francis P. Soge, Rami. Underbill, T. W. THORNE, President. GEO. T. HOPE. Herreiary. JM GltKKNVt ICH IN8UHANCI6 COMPANY ? ? Itire No. I3a6 Hudson si.? lasnranre ag#?nat loss or dw> mage hv fire an haihtings, of every dasrription, merehandMe, household furniture, and all hinds of personal property, take* on as reasonable u rm* aa any other office ia tkia city. DIKRCTORS. Ttmothy Whittemm e, Grerge Sack try. Jacob Brash, Joseph W. Bvndle, A?n?r Martin, Ms art J. Meamwn, Horatio Mott, John R. Ruterlee, James N. Wells, Nathaniel Jarvis, Clinton Gilbert, Edward D. Wes?, la*ac L. Vanaa, Abraham Coarsen, Abraham v?i Nest. Wm. L Morris, Wm F. Havemeyer. Wm. C. Rhinvlsader, Jolia DcUinater, Robert Halhday. TIM"TliY WliITTRMORE, JOSEPH TORREVRecretar* HAKTFOKD riHK INSIKARCB COM PANY, Hartford, Connecticut.?This Company insumu Slnpi riamiigr or loss by firs, dwelling bouse*. nam, mi ndire. mills, manufactories, and nml dorripnnn* of pm perty, on terms a* tasornble a* other office*. The ftlwh jrrnllrmrncomprise the Board eC Director*. Khpli?let Terry, Albert Day, Job Allyn, Aamoel H. Ifaatiagta (Samuel Williams, George Pulaeia, H Huntington, K. D. Morgan. Junius S. Morgan, FLIPHALKT TURT, President JAMK9 O. BOLLK9, Secretary. All applications for Insurance, hn the aenewal of policies, aad all hum new roanectrd with I lie office, may he made ta the mh? scriher, who is duly appointed A rent lor the city of Mew York, with fall power torecelee proposals and it?ne poll-lea, tiaia alt.kc. an the most satisfactory terms. B. ?. MORGAN, Ami. JtA Office N.i. S3 fr.mi <i. OrKlth Of Til IB WAHHINGTON RABIN* INSURANCE COMPANY, of thr city of New York, * Wall tt.?At ar. ei-ftioa for Directors, hela at the oBlee nf the Company, on Tuesday, the Sd January, the following gtaUa men were duly Heeled Directars far the present year Oili.ert AUeu. Edward Riehai ilaaa, John Thome, T. T. Klrsatn. Jed Fy re, F. <1. Them urn, J?me* N. Cobh. Into* Newton, O. H. Jnes, James Pre*land, James Bogert, Jr., J. N. Reymoar. George Kin.latter, A. G. (Stoat, Albert Woodball. A B. Morrell, J- l? Din* way, ana* Brown, R. H.xWin*low John V.?reen?eAd, , A^r.^iafHre Board. Gilbert Allea. Rag. waa unanimously re-eiectrd Pres-dent. and James Lanaaa, Ba%. vwrmw*. ^ *T8.liwmt.w? tt'li.l.l tNsIM Midi PIHK INISUttANCB WCOMPANY A?RN''Y-*lo. 44 Wall at. ap stairs ?. reetly opposite the Meirhaats' Kichange, and larmerly acr*. tved hy the Traders' lasyanca Company?This Company baying established an A gene y at the Share place, edbr in iw ? ,(?ir felkiw cititens thrnnghi ut ihe Cniteo Mates, aa hnildiors, merrhandite. and peiaaanl property generally, aa H Prrornhle terms aa any siaallar Inatnat oe in the eity The caoital stork haying been paid In. and well secured on bond and morteare. the public may rely that nil buses aaptained hy thka i ?i?psny, Will he ?<0aated with fairaem andTRerahty and promptly paid. ataacToas. Bdmtmd Frost, President, Jereiaiab Jnhaaon, John Morrell, Rtepbeu B Masters, Lemuel Rkhnrdaon, Wm. P. Powers, Wrn R'nclaN, Charles O. Ifnndy , George D Mr ass p, PSrpben ftonn, Henry P.'Robert son, William Wyckoir. John RkUlman, CHRISTIAN f. ABRIBKIR, Vice President tad A gem. WASHINGTON PWfrr, Raarsury. jB?