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NEW YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 81, 1838. Katie* Co Country Subscribers. Hereafter wnsaevsr any country subscription to the Herald, reaehee a fortnight of ita close, subscribers will reeeive their papers, done up in yellow wrappers. This plan is adopted in order to give our patrons, in tbeoountry, notice, either to renew their subscription by a fresh remittance, er to expect it tp cease at tne dose of the period for which it had been paid. Sub scribers, will, therefore, understand, after this notice, what is meant by receiving their papers done up in yellow wrapping paper. By this method we furnish individual subscribers snth a proper notice, without putting them to the ex pense of postage, and thus shave Amos Kendall, by way of requita for his shaving so often our subscri bes. The fashionable morals of the present day, as atnctioned by the Honorable the Kitchen Cabinet, ?re to cheat aa much as you can so that the law ?oes not reach yos. I do not practice on this pnnci to aay extent, except when I have dealings with the Kitchen? and on such occaaions it is adopted purely in self defence ? if you dont shave you'll get slaved. Every day I am receivinr letters complain IM that the Herald haa failed. ?vhen, at the same tmse, I know fall well that it is regularly mailed.? Why these complaints 1 Becanse mnny of Amoa's sib-treasurers wiM be looking into the Herald, to see the lineaments of their master accurately depicted. They read, laugh, but forget to put the Herald into its wrapper again. Hereafter 1 beg them aa a favor? as a personal favor to me? to try to be as honest as they can. I know they have precious little of that article t but a precious little is better than none. TmkHbbald Shipping List: oa Bbsnktt's Ami ticiN Shipfing List. ? We now regtilarly issue on Saturday evening of every week, in a wngle sheet, comprised in the Evening Herald ?f that day, the ** Herald Shipping List," or "Bennbtt's American Shipping List," for the use and cenvenience of shipping and general merchants, both of this and of other coantries. It comprises all the ship news of the week, combined in one sheet, and arranged en * plan entirely new? a specimen of whieh we have given during the last few weeks in our Morning Herald. At present, our Weekly Herald con tains all the literary, philosophical, political, mone tary and commercial intelligence, exclusive of the ship news, which is vsluahle. The want of room compels as to exclude thia large mass of authentic shipping intelligence. Oar purpose is to remedy this evil, by the publication, in one sheet, of all the ship news of the week, digested and arranged in such a way as to save trouble and time to the commercial reader. This sheet is the size of the daily Herald, and will be sold at two cents per copy, er SI. 60 per an num for subscribers at a distance, payable in ad vance. In addition to all the shipping intelligence of the week, it will contain all the Commercial News of the week, and the news of the day on which it is pub lished? eaoh Saturday, up to the close of business Not one of the least importsnt features of this sheet is its cheapness, combined with its accuracy and com prehensiveness. It will be a specimen of the philo sophy ef ship news and shipping intelligence. Our means to execute this purpose are many and am ple. We own a most sxcellentNews Boat Establish ment, equipped and manned in fine style. It is all ?ur own. We have besidvs an arrangement with the se? tn Pilot Boat* of New York, from whom we pro cure all the shipping intelligence they can rake and acrape in the coarse of the week. The New York Pilots are the most gallant set of fellows tn existence snd we alwaya treat- them as they deaerve. By these means we can, and havsfreqaently outstripped every other paper in New York, in the amplitude and accu racy of oar ship news. The concentration o I these effort* in a single eheet, will be of manifest advantage to merchants throughout the Union, and throughout Europe. CT W? were called upoa yesterday by ? gentleman, who said hr bad l>een k?lia?ll?*r nearly so, daring the last * years, the mult of an accident, which occurred nearly sliteen year* ago.? ? H - ? laird ihai be liad lieeu undrr ibe care of Dr. William* bree w* ebs ami two day*, and caa aow tee tbe moat minutr objects, and caa read large letter*. Mr appeared v< ry aniloa* lapuullsb bis gratltede to Dr. William* lor the food he has been enabled lodohint. lie w as accompanied by a I uly. (tbe mother of a little g irl, Mary Rruwa,) wbo presented tbe in aesed latter concerning barcbild. New York, Jane 24. 1130. Docroa Wiixums? Kir? It gives me pleasare to add my teatimnny to that of na rwerou* others who have witnessed your shlll in restoring the blind to sight The little girl, Mary Brown, who wa* blind, and praoouneed incarable by several meitcal gentlemen of acknowledged skill, oae of whom was my laanilv physician, caa now sea to go to ami retarn from school. Yoa have my thank*, and the thank* of nuny others, who have Uken an in tereet in the fate af this poor child, foi your gratuitous and sue ceaatul treatment. Very respectfully your*, ? ? JAMK* McMILLAN, 394 Hudson st. At the requett of Mrs. Brown, who Is a rommamcaat of Hi. I.uhe'a Church, and well known to me, I cbeermlly state that Uie (acta contained la the above note are *trietly true. J. m. fork (cm, Re?torof St. Lukes' Church, N. Y. New York, Juae * th. Jt?. No. 13 Kin street. Nr v, Ynaa, 27th June, IMS. Ts raa Bwroa or tm? N?w Toaa .? u n? Mr. Aa airload to ibe*atf>riag poorot this large aommuntty. 1 tahe the liberty of sending you a letter which I have read in tbe " Naw York Chriatian Advocate and Journal" of June Stt, writtea by the B-? T. Bainhridge, (a personal f'rtand nf mine,) a mlnMeraf Aoe talents. In the M. K. Church. I several iMU?a accompanied h m vietl* to the house of Dr. W|| li*ms 41V Broadway, and am sat i?Bed. that sliboogh ha speaks la a very eB/cUouair and grateful manner nl that Oculist. aa wall as ilia great benefit lie ka<l witnessed ia many other ?aaaa b aides hb aw a, ba might have added marh more with oat aay eiaggeratlou of fac. By giving this note, together with hi other Raiahrtdge's letter, a place la yaur valuable r*j- ' yoa will marh oCnte, Your* respeetfally, E. | From tbe Christian Advocate and JaarnaL] M _ IMPORTANT TOTHK BLIND. ?*ar Brother Colaa It i* n m>ere<sar v for roe to lefona yoa that lor maav year. I haw *uffered much under a Oi.tres atag affbctloaaf tbe aye, and have tried many remedies, and aadergoae operation* , Jrmm the hands of awme ol tbe flr.t ?cali*u <** tbe day la Rer.pe. bat without effecting a perma nent cure, a?<l alihaagb I coald *ee to read and write by the aid of cataract glome*, still my eyea ware a snarea of iaa.-h traoble and some anilely Having baar.i of the maav (smt In me aimed iacredihir)raree per farmed by John William* Ksn m.w raa dent sa i ihts ? lt?. hat late of Ragland, I determined 1. coetu'l hi w, aad see If I caa id ant Main aav ear. acrardiagly I called apon him al Providence House lie ai a ace told me ibe aaiare of av daaear. ^ aad aakl ? ba did an d?ubt by (lad's hlsaaiaf , to be af mo?h ?ervtra mi me, and aa regard* charge*, aM be waated was' my gratituda. not ha via* at *er time ever received a cant from any Metbo<liat ira*eltne preacher ia his life bat be rroalrea me to call upon htm evavy day.' This I have done for tbe ie*t tea ^aea. and It b dae la Mm bi ssy that I have alreadv received aa anmnnt af heaefit beyond mir moat ?enf sine eapectsiione. for which I caaaot ha toa f raiefal i and It b anw a *?arre of marh regret, both in him sad myself that tbe aaiare af my mlntat- rial dalle* re ?aire* me M leave tbe cl?e, for I have arowg bwpe* that If I re mained here I sbaate etperlerce a rertata rare. I have been prompted to write ihaa to vmi that tbe a?Bicte<1 anmng mv brethren in ibe mimatry , who ran da so. may applv ?? OfTWiiliam*, at hi* bnase. I bare haea an eye wita^a 10 Ibe iiawkrr w' hta paMewts who have hean re*u?red to *igbt after being leaded that Memtag maav year* 1 aad la aome b?. Maaeea those bora Miad aow asm. Aaalker anpaitaat feaiare la bia treat meat is, I', H bis ismedtas appear to be Mfe, ?.xl ahhw?gh powerfal. aa aot ia their apptieatm* prodare macb The rnn rf tbla letter la tbe ?dvwea>e woaW nbiifa yUBt Mtl^tafy.br^ raa wba^ I am wHb reaper t aad Umber I v love v-^rs s^'Wma^; Nee fork, May II 1MB THOb BAIN?BID?? Chatham Circulating Library, No. 67 Chatham street KT THE subscribers beg leave respectfully to Inform tbelr friend* unit lb* public that they have jMt reopened the above establishment, after making many alteration* in and additions i* iu The are now prepared and ready I* accommodate those who may be pleased to favor them with their patronage.? Hitherto they have had a liberal share of public support, and ihey hope front their late important improvement, and by their strict attention to business, to rrerive an increase of it.? The Library at present contain* over (J, 00# vnltMies, ami It is the inteation of the subscribers to enlarge it from time to time, as the wants of their patrons may eem it necessary. His systematically arranged, tun comprises tbe greater part of the most approved work? on tbe following subjects? Histwry, Biog raphy, Voyage* and Travel*, Natural History, Natural and Experiments! Philosophy, Classical end Miscellaneous Litera ture. In addition to the foregoing, they would mere particu larly call the attention of tbe reading community to Uieir ex tensive collection of works on fiction. Perhaps no Library ia the cuy can produce a greater or a mere varied collection.? No effort or expense has been spared to render this depart* nient of their L brary as complete at possible. It contains at present over 3, SCO volumes en this subject, aad is daily receiv lag accession* of new work* from the press both of this eeua try and Europe. It is also supplied with 18 American and Europe an Periodical works, together with a fine collection of 6U0 Plays, acting and standard. In conclusion, they beg leave to state that no exertions on their part shall be wanting to mike tkeir Library sbperior, if possible, to any in the city, and thereby rendering it the most worthy of general patronage aad support. elS-tf UH.O. LANOLFV. MA.NOL.fc.S- UtiM i uc subscribers inform the public that they have oa hand and are manufacturing their Patent Mangles, which it a simple, uselul and labor saving machine, as it entirely supersedes the ase af ironing. and put* a beautiful gless on table linen, sheets, lie tic. Tact may We seen in operation at the City Hotel, Pearl Street House, Carlton and the Atheneum Hotel, where thev tWe general satisfaction They are sold only by BUN CAN k WEsJT. black and whitesmiths, locksmiths, bell hang' ers and machinists, No. 2 Oreen street, near Liberty, New Yorfc. jyJ4-lm# ' BT AARON LEVY. I KVY'S KXHIlliTIUN UOOM FOR PAINT JLj IN OH ANI> WORK* OPART- Th- public is respect all y informed that a large and commodious r?om has been fitted up at 71 Liberty it. two doors east of Broadway, lor the exhibition of Paintings and other work) of art, at private sale. A fine collection of ancient and modern painting* of undoubt ed merit, are now on exhibition, to which tbe attention of la dies, stranger* visiting the city, and lovers of th- fine arts gen erally I* invited. The ladies may lie assured that nothing shall be presented to their vi?w that the most fastidious can object to, Uat on the contrary an anxious rare shall ever pre dominate to exhibit such only as s re chaste, pleasing and ia ?tractive. The Exhibition Room will be open at all hours from 10 A. M till 7, P. M, Admission free. Engravings at private sale in loU to tail purchasers. Jyiy RtHPAKKNT WASHABL.it WINDOW T! BLIND MANUFACTORY.? Tbe subscriber respectfully beg* leave to kafitrm the puttie that he has now forssfle n new and elegant assortment of every deicription of Patent Wash able Transparent Window guides, among which are Land ?cape*, Diaphanous, Chinese, Architectural nnd Fancy Blinds, which hecan coml lently recommend far their beauty, strength and grrat durability, as they have hf en known, w ith common care, te last from 10 to 14 years. Tbe orices of the sba es, in eluding eords, tassels, rack-pnllies and fittings lor windows complete, vary from 96 and upwards per pair. Blinds made to order by applying te GEOiftfE PUTT, 12 Spruce st. New York. N. B.? Country dealers supplied with blinds and fittings. jylO-lrats* TO VILLINlfta AHO others-sherki; d HATS. ?J. McflAY. from London and Paris. l?egsto ap prixe the Milliners anp dealers of ihis city and the distant cine- of the Rnlen, that from bis European experience, and the peculiar facilities be posaese* for the manufactare of Bher red Huu, aad iorthe importation of the newest patlerns, he is enabled to supply these elegant article* wholesale and retail, <?)ual to Hie imported Fren ch Capote, at a surprisingly short nonce, and unoti the lowest terms. Book and Swiss Muslins, Bishop Lawn. Groc de Naples and Poult de Sole, are tbe principal haw now in requisition, and he Is ready to execute aay commands forwarded to him tor either ol the above, and for satin aad velvet Sberred Huts for the (all and winter trade*. Terms caab? No. 12 Orange st, six doors from Chatham ?t, New York. .jyHteortTuThhSgt* TKK M KW K.ST CASH lAIL.VM.IAO Kh TABL1HHMENT, No. 4 John street.? A garment may look well for Its beauty of color and texture of elotb, but the grand object Is loet aniens tne fit corresponds thereto. Tbe pahlic Is r spec im lijr iafacnaad that ?*? H?ve ttwHe gar menu cat In thv mna fashionable manner, and made up by the best of workmen, by calling as above, at tbe following low prices for cash. Dre** coat made aad trlmmeri, ? 97 00 Frock " faced with alk, ? 7.M Vests, M ?? . LVS1M Panta, mm . j.gj lo 2.M Coats of Baeeloth furatshcti for ? Its Pants, - lOOtolOUO A superior coat for ... 2u.m Repairing aad altering always attended to. A suit of clothes made in the shortest space of time. A I or decs must lie paid for ou delivery. No. 4 J<.hn street, second daor from Broa< way. e2S-3?n S" UN IlKR C OWFC AlvT, oT a K tlHOC .t. D Y "S EN I'EKY, CHOLERA MORBUS,aa<t all other derange meuuof tbe Siopacb sad B. >*?!?, are ? ff-ctually cured by Doctor J AY N E'8 CARMINATIVK BAL4AM Huadreds ?f certificates oi its virtues similar to tbe follow lowing. have been received by the proprietor:? Dr. D. Jayne? Dear Sir; Having nnde u?? of your Carniia ative Balsam In my fami'.y, aud finding It to tie admirably adap ted tothe complaints for whleb It is intended, I take plensurein recommending it to the use o( m* fnends and tbe publk gene rally, belierin* those who ar? afflicted with any c th*w com plaints will find relief in tbe use ol this va u.ihle me'trine. JONATHAN ?OINO D D. President of Oraaville College, Onio. New York, May ?, l?37. Prepared and sold by Dr. J41NK. N ", to Boulh Third street. Phi ad< Ipbl*, and told In this city ai the proprietary prior*, by A B h I). Sa<li, No. |W? Fulton ?treet, corner of William, and at mail by P Burnett, 35 Mixth Avenae; J?lm B D Mid, 643 and 771 Broad way $ and W. W. Kmltree, 77 Rut Broadway. Price, 30 cenu. Jy2? lai ?> ask wan I'APK h 3QB ikKU hank note pa O p?rf?r aale by ?ylM J. CAMPBELL k /KRHSR, I Hi and 119 Nwaaa at. HOOKIlRDbllB' L,r A TH * n- fnr?l? by J. CAMPBELL* PERNMR, my I* 11? aad 111 Naaaau IC Bit LOW? I ablp. T- U HAKDWAitK DICAI.KIlv MICVfc. AND BRL'rtfl MIRER*.? Bra** Wire of the fine at number*, writ aaaealed. on *ale by 'y IS y LB WIS rRl7CHTWAN<*BR 9 Coarttaadt <1. I KKflli* i,m;CH BN The anoat aapertior kind Li of Hweediik l<eeche?. In eicellent health, ja*t landing , a ad tpr *ale al No 2 Coentiea Slip by JyB?Sr JL LEO-WOLE. OMR O ? TWO KOOMt AM.R WANTRI), farnnhed or oniurnuh-d, in a romfortabla family, ?nr tki- o?(*. Direct Horace. Hera .1 office, Mating term*. j jrfftf MRDICAL. CAI B-OK. CARPKNTEH.No. 4 reck MI'p, New York. deeaM It proper occaaionaily l* remind Ike public that be continue* to adtniaiawr la tbe affiined at hi? old eatnbli- bed Di*pen*ary. To a vaat nmnlier <M the cititen* nf tbta metmpoli* ke need" no herald* to announce hit victory over ?li*ea?e, in it* moat complicated and destructive lonna ? aor iloei ke deem it mate' rial to be eery (pacific in enumerating ibe aame* of the earl nu? maladies to which mankind and womankind are aatdect. To *t ranger* he l>ega leave nto?l reapcetfally lo remark, that be roaflnea kimaelf to office practice, an4 devotea himaelf per aoaally to tb? welfare of hi* patient*, keep* no a*?i*tants or abop boy?, and ka* *e pa rale office* for tbe privacy of patient*, who caa never corae'in contact. Dr. Carpenter woald add that be la regalarly educated to the profeaatoa of medicine and aarrerjr, aad receded hta Di ploma ia the year 1*13, of tbe New York *iata Medical Socie ty, alg ned by tbe highly re*p?-cted aad moch lamented Joko R. B Rorlf era, M B , a* President, aad tbat be ha* for a long aerlaa of yeara devoted bimaelf to tb? treatment and car* of al delicate and private dlaeaae*. Be particular in tba number? 4 Peck Blip, near Pearl <t. my*93m BR. CAKPBNTRR DH. ULOVRB'I I A I RIT AND NOIT 11*1 PHUVED PATENT TRIIII, Tbe atte*t4oaof thoae afflicted with Hernia, H called to a aew Trn*a lately pateatad in the city of New York. It* *up#rlor tr over aeory other instrument will be evident on a mere ia*peatl?a| for, unlike every other Trnaa, tbe rupture pad ia preaaeil apoa by a doable spring, wklcb I* ao ft ted as lo cenvey the nece**ary prepare to tbe lower part of the raptare pad? thu* keeping tbe pan closely applied in M? MBBM? i it i jf at titude of tke body, and 'diluting and adapting luelf aoder all ci; - ramttunce* to the a-rson and to the part to which it Is to be ap plied Pos*esslng adouhl# *prl g and consequently a double de gree of ala*ticlty, It I* rendered easy and convenient to the wear er. The above Truss ha* taken the place of all other* for the permanent retention aad cure of Hrrnla. or Raptare. It I* a I moat ih? only Tru?* aow In u?e tn th? city of New York, tnd the adja cent country . The above Trnaa ? la adiu*>ed aad applied l.v a Burgeon, who baa devoted particular attention tn the ?ahject of Merwta, and tbe ewnatraatmn and application of Trusaea, at kia office, No. t Aan *treei, near B man way, two dootra from tke Amerieaa Maaeuaa. ,vH Im AUiAMA. ,(IROR?U,ni-(H I4IA1A, MMarippi Certificates of Depoatte parrha*hed at reduced term* by P. J. SYLVESTER. JfBtr MB Iwiiwfi h 1 Wffi R C r TO BB BAFFLE0 r?B, at 452 Broadway, u won U a sufficient niimiKr of MBbcH can be obtained, two noble dogs, OSCAR, a Newfouadland, and L'AMI, a Mount 81. Beraard, by 20 mnibrri, at ?2? eaclt. L'Ami it one of the noblest of the breed of Mount Si Bernard dogs HI* frame U a cenceatratlon of unasual pheslesl power, with a tremen dous rear. The bin ry ol tfceae dog* it too well known to need comment. Tbeir sagacity aad faithfulness make them invaluable companions, or which we need no further attesta tion than tha charitable offices they are made to perform on Mount ttt Bernard, wlit>re they are kept by the m >nk* to rescue traveller* from the eternal snows which sover this mountain, aad would otherwise perish, but lor the timel) aid afforded br iheae dog*. wbioh lor site aad strenj th are unri valled ; and it is tbia that teuder* them *o well calculated ta protsct property and guard it from the assaults of midnight plundered, a* well as to witch over the Uvea of their mas ters, n.any of whom owe their existence to those friendly companions of the human race. Osear, the NewfouUdlaad, i* a large, beautiful and noble animal, aad is onu ot tha best of tha breed, the praperties aad qualities of which are too well known to need comment, liv ing already saved tha lives of two persons. One thousand dollars have been offered aad refased for each ol these doga, and the nroprietor would aot part wlUi then, but in oonsiae raioaof kit leaving ih? country. Important Intelligence to Bmnkiri mnd MtrcharUt. ROB Kit I HANINUTUN has aaw for sale cheap, and which must positively be disposed of, two litters of fine whelps, 8 of the Mount St. Bernard dog, L'Ami, and 15 ol Oscar, the Newft.uxd land. There is sot a banker or gentleman who owns mansions or premises that must necessarily, notwith standing allprecaunon.be more or less unprotected, bat should posses* one of th. se dogs Specimens may be seen at Mr. Ste vens', Hobokvn, Capt. Stockton's New Jersey, Marsh, Esq , Frooklyn.a nd many other distinguished gentleniea. Also several fine breeding Sluts and a few good low priced Watch Dogs . toget he r with five Aral rate Mocking Birds, l> full song. The whole of which can now be seen and par chas'd forthwith at Haainfton's Giant Deg Establishment, Me <52 Broadway. Tke Raffli lis now lies open atf5: Broadway, opposite the Lyceum. Early application must be made to enure a chauce. jy 18-im" TO THK PUBL.1C-D1L DE ANGELIS, formerly a practitioner of in. dtcine in the public hospitals at Ma pies, and member ?( the Medical Faculty ot ti e eity of New York, whrre he has beea practising physic since the year 1798, continues to be consulted at bis offiee, No. 196 Fulton st near ly opposite Church St. The most obstinate and inveterate di seases requiring the soundest judgment 1n trentraent, aad par ticularly all cases originating in imparity of the b ood, and chronic affections, rheumatisms, obstructions, ulcers ia the throat, eruptions of the skin, debility, Ilk. will be speedily aad radically cared by means the least expensive and most eonve nient to patients. Remedies to be used are prepared by him self, and their good effects rendered infallible. Dr. De Angelis has effected a cure in many cases which has battled all the re sources ef theniediaal art; but he cites only a lew. Copy of a letter from Drx. Osborne and Ireland, physicians of this city, to Or. De Angelis: 116 Fulton street, Dec. 6, 1119. Sir? We have no hesitation in replying to your note ia say M you de?rrve much credit for your successful treatment if r. John Thorn, af.erit had bad ?d physicians both here and ia a more favorable climate. We are your obedient servants, SAMUEL OSBOKNK. M D. W. M. IRELAND, M. D. Patients may Inquire of Mr. Thorn hlnMelf. who is to be found at No. 5 Jones' lane, below Coffee ileu?e Slip, and also of bis brother, Alderaian Thorn. Brooklyn. Dr. Or Angelis also refers to Mr. Th?j?as M M* Lean , of 1U Maiden Lane lor hi* skill in curing diseases, and also Mr Phyfe, cabinet maker; Mr. John It. Reern,aadMr Burns, bookseller. N. B. Ail Or. Oe Angelis' family medicines may be had at his office. jerSm' DR VAND K ?? nil tt GH'S KkMAL K UK NO VATING I'lLLS, fiom Germany, an effectual remedy for suppression, irregularity, and all cases where natare does aot have her regular and proper coarse. N. B. Not to t?e taken during pregnancy. The sale of 1JM boxes during the laat nine months is a sufficient gusrauUe of their efficacy. S .Id oaly by MRS. BIRD, midwife aad female physician, 322 Bowery, New York. Likewise her celebrated soothing syrap for chlldrea teething, a safe, sore aad r ffectud remedy. AUn, an excellent remedy for sore aipples, prepared and sold as ahove Advice gratis. my8 Sm* Most k x tkaokdiiiamv scccauss.-Ai. though ths pub'ic press in New York has bee* literally inannated with certificates, affi laviu, aad lette-s, proving the extraordinary and never fall.ng success of COMo.N'8 EM BROCATION, in castsnl Rheumatism, sprains, lumbago, kc. yet it may not be amiss? for the sake of strangers who visit the eity, and others who have aot read the varfous t mi meal all published in the Sunday Morning News and other papers ? occasionally to exhibit additional eviderce* af th* pre-esoi eeai worth of this moat valonbie of all medical preparation*. If necessary, over one hundred sew lestieteuUk. rssshiid by De. Cohen store T?ie f .rmef pnelkatWos, eeuhl now he givea; but the following is of itself so stroag, explicit, and direct to the purpose, that it eanaot fail of satisfying ail, (if any there now be .') who may yet deubt the astonishing properties of this celebrated Lotion. Brooklyn, May 15. 1838. Doctor M. B. Cohee Sir ? Convinced that it is a doty I owe to the pnhlic as well as to yourself individually, to ex press my acknowledgments of the great benefits I have re ceded I rem the ase of year Rheumatic Lintm- nt, I aasten to do so nt the first opportunity that p-esents itself. Very few persons, if anv. have suffered more from Rheumatism tbsa I <tid, a snort time sinee, when by the advice of a frie ad, to whom the celebrity of your Embrocation was known. I pro cured a bottle, and was shortly afterwards relieved from my tortures, aad restored to perfect health. At the time of my first sending to you, I had been crippled with rheumaiism for ?early two months, four or five weeks ol whicb 1 coald ant sealk wi' bout crotches, and was in fact asing them when I Ite gan toapply the Lo loo. Thanks to its good properties, and to your inventive genius. 1 was enilre.y cared before I used one bottle, (having pirt ef it yet left) and have had no return of the malady since. I sanrot hesitate, under circumstances so palpable and strong, to give your K.mhrocaiioa the strong est recommendation that 1 am capable of, the more especially if, by so doing, I can prevail up?a any of my frllow (itilins here or elsewhere, who may he ??ffVriug from Rheumatism, to give it a trial ROHKRT M-DlkMtlTT. ProprU tor of Second Ward Hotel, corner of York and Pearl streets. Brooklyn. NOTICE ? The geaalae Kmbrocatlon bears the signature af the proprietor, M. R. COHEN, and Is so'd only In New Pork at his rtsuleace, No. 210 Hadsoa st. | at Oeorge Pcaeb er's store, 121 Faltoa st. ; and at tbe Bookstore of Mr. Thomas J Cm wan, M7 Broadway. It is also sold at Mr. M'lvers' Bookatore, 47 Faltoa street Brooklyn. Price, #2 per b<fttle. JyS-eod ia Im* K iLHOAYHUA I'l S [ ^\OH1VVJO^ J KX Thl* ia*i?aahle medicine ha*. an-tlded by puffery ?r patronage, fall Ml * i igh repntaiion aolely In cooaequence of it* ualaiiuig efficacy in removing the incipient ?ymptom? of that deadlv foe ioih? human race. Cooaampuon, or in radical, ly raring. In a more mumH Mage, Ha concomitant*, cold*, rout ha. aathrna. luAoeata. rroop, whooping or ugh and all in flammatory afleMieaa oi the cheat and lang*. ii offered tn the pabl r at a p'lee wh rh renders *o ealoanle a ir-paratinn 0?aiiaMe ii*oir?a tlw |onre*i clawe*. |!nder a climate m va ria'> e ?? oar*, the proraier.ee of ?uri, romp.ainu rail. im?era t i?ely fift aome remedy, pleaaoat la iu action and effectaal ia it* operation, i? rem*'* in trio'r Mnh tboae ?vmuna? which. If on<beckro, ntuM rvrotaate la a aerton* di*ca*e, and ?uch a i re para , ton *ual? a remedy i? pre.eated to the rommnnitf )n I ha Pectoral Hooey of I. rerwort, to the unfailing rflirary of ? hirh. tenom ay** tliemo?l convincing aharac.er i? iendered by ma y o< oar moat reapectnhle citiiru*. who. having eap?. rWaceil it* beneficial -frna, .mee etlnmarjiy aaUxvlaed the proprietor to refer In tueoi aay (offerer aaimaa to eaeape from (be di*eo*e* above nileCM to In all ra*e* ?l dlrtirally la breaking eaaaed be laiUmma tkm af the <*be?t or langa, the Pectoral Hoaey of I.'eerwort will be f.iaad as laealaable aod entailing aoarccof rel ef, ope rating, a* U doe*. p'ratoetly yet vffeetaally latboae dwtrewmg complaint* lactdeot to children, ernap, whooping eoof b kr ., It m the only ertam remedy? and In more advanced iifa It i? in e?ery in?uace the aareat ?afeg oard agataat the awpcnacl.e* of coatnmpMon. In fact the notional motto of " K Pierthe* ream," oo< lo tbo aeaae of unity fro-n m aliunde, bat MM one from a thoo<nnd, of advertised modi came ota. way w?b per a liar propriety be applied lo the Pecio ral Hooey of Liverwort. For aai- by JAMRR l> NoWILL, Kit propr trior, corner of Madiaon a> d Catharine at* nirmi. N(Kr?aa k Co., 148 Maiden Lane. T. Mil baa. H?>r?w way. Adamann k Cliff, M Rma^way, and ? Rnwery. Jamea Tarrant, corner of (Ireoowlch aod Warren tta. George D Coggnball coroer of Pearl and Itoee iu. T. R. Mlbbard, m Rnwery. H. V. Ru*l .corner "f Hamoteraley aod Vertek ita. A Urn k Ingeraoll.tiraoO, coronr of Nortolb at Dr. Sbxtdcnort, corner of Allan and Rivinfion it*. Couguaa ? Chatham M. Riagmrr k Power*. Brooklyn, L. L J. r Jonc*, Jamaica. L I. Dr. Bliaa Trlvett, pcle, H. f . Henry Rente* I Co., Albany. W. Rrtetel. title*, N. Y. L. > *?ii, Rocbe?er. Lather Kell) It Co . Oenetro, N. T. J. D. Pnillipa, Nfwm J no. Carpenter, Bi?( ?'"f monr It Diohlnann, Hart _ Hartford. Coon. Doeid Mitchell, New llavoo. P. Tbnrmoa. jr.. New Redford, Maaa. Robert* k Atftmaon. Ralthnor*. R. L. Baker, Charle?toa. R. C. J. Honnevlllr. Roatoo. *a* To dlaappointmeai, ae?er parcbaae a boltie with ooi it bear* ihe prniiii||M*a ilgnntore. A liberal diacouat allowed to dragghu and eoaotry dealer*. ly-n-lat* ' 1 1 n *t I I * < - THR NRW YORK (HKMICAk MANIf PACTURIIVO CO bare cooauntly for taw Oil Vitriol, Altm. ?leaching UnlW, Copoeraa, Anan Amonla, Mnrtatlc Acid, A^naPoriit, Nitric And, ?loe Vitriol, Hfangane*e And man* *ther onlrle* ia tbo line ot their ha?m?m Order* will he received at their Ranking hnoae. No. tl Broadway, or at the olBra of tbHr ageai. No il We*t Mreet. an-lj* ??0 B. OILRRRT, Agent. B^T Having given our reader* an inaide view of Westminster Abbey, and placed them beside Mr. Bennett at the Coronation, which he bo graphically describee, we have now an opportunity of continuing hitf interesting journal, one number of which will ap pear daily. The Journal. PAUl III* Lokbon, 9th June, 1838. I am continually meeting persona in the streets, who come up to me a"d say, " how do you do, Mr. B. 7 when did you leave the United States? I never expected to aee you here." This, by the way, is very pleasant and agreeable. Many of these persons knew me through my paper? others have aeen me and recognized my person in New York. Last evening? or rather afternoon , 1 was in Trafal gar square, hanging over the balluatrade of the Na tional Gallery. The aun was shining most beautiful ly from the west; although tneieare very few clear days here, this was one of them. A young gentleman came up to me-" how do yon do 7" asked he very civilly and very politely. 1 replied in the same way. He immediately told me his uame. He was ? a native of London, but had been in New York and I hiladel. phia for several moptha last year. " I like America, j arid he? "it will become a great country." After a few other words I told him I had been several timea in the National Gallery, and had been, for the first timu in my life, fascinated with the paintings of the ?Id acheol. " Ah !" aaid he, " if you have a taste for paintings I can lead you to a few choice ones." He then entered into a full account of the auction sales fer paintings, which are carried on to a great extent in this city. I accordingly accompanied him to St. James's square, and apent the whole afternoon in gating upon two collectiona of paintings, one of which waa to be sold this day. Some of these were very choice and very beautiful. Today, at one o'clock, I attended the sale. It was held at Christie & Manaon'a Room, King atreat, St. James's square. On my entrance, I found a number of gentlemen, a few noblemen also, principally elder ly persons, as all connoisseurs in paintings ?eem to be. There were also several picture dealers, h ew la diea appeared. I only saw two huge creatures, gaudi ly dressed? one of whom was attended by a very mo dest looking young girl, who wauld, however, just shew the devil, at intervals, from the corner af her left eye, and the color of the eheek. There were nearly eighty paintings to be sold? some of them very choice and extremely beautiful. They brought pr.cea varying from 10 to 120 guineas. My young friend again appeared, and took a poaiuonnear me fer a half hour A very beautiful landscape of cattle and ruins, by Adam Pynacker, brought 123 guineas. It meas ured only 27 by 21 inches. " Mr. B.," .aid my friend, "they would think *550 would be a little too much to give for such a painting.' "Yes, said I? we have hardly the money or the taate far three things -,m 0V? ua tuaa." I r? ?~d ull near th. close, and was highly pleased at the exhibition and sale. .... ? .? The taste for the fine arts-e*pecially in paintings -is not at its full height yet, even in this country. It is growing every day? and the high pnees given for the works of the old masters, by those who can afford it, is only an carncat of what the public taste will be. A few days ago a large and choice collec tion, made by Lord Northwick, was sold at auction. One of the paintings, by Wilson, I think it was, fetch ed 630 guineas. On its being knocked down, the company testified their feelings by a peal of applause aa at the close of a fine aria in the Italian Opera Lord Grosvener's collection is said to be very splen did?but he opens them to the view of visitors only three days in the year, generally in the month of July or August. Painting and pictures farm a great topic of conver sation in cultivated and fashionable society, anil as all English people of any leisure have been on the Conti nent, they possess a taste which would put oar fash lonablca in New York entirely into the back ground. Indeed the more I see of society here, the mere laugh able does the pretended faahionablea of New York aecin i? be. In thia country, wherever I have been as yet, the real, natural, bold, plump American char acter always commands the greatest respect and ea teern. During the last year, aeveral Americans have been in Europe, in spite of the pressure, but 1 be lieve few have created more sensation than my friend J., of Philadelphia. A few days ago he was asked if 'he had visited Italy. "Yea I have," replied he. " R<*rne also?" "Tobesure." "What do you think of the Eternal City?" "Think of it, why it looks, for all the world, like the 'burnt district' of New York, on the day after the great fire. 'Tis principal ly a batch of old hoases, with the chimmea standing ?that's all." On another occasion J. was a?ked if he was returning soon to the United States. " ^ es, said he, " 1 do want to get back aaain, if for nothing else but to get into oar woods, and have a real, down right hollow? I think it would do my health good.? In the bita of woods which they call foreais here there ia nat room for a regular hollow." B. Honest v.? A small lad picked up a pocket book in the Bank of America en Saturday, containing an amount of money, with the name of the owner writ ten on the inaide. He took the aame to hia employer, a merchant, who advised him to search for The loaer and reatore it. The lad, after running around three or four houra in the sun, at length succeeded m find ing the owner, a broker in Wall street, who, taking it abruptly out of his handa, exclaimed? "damn tkia pocket book? it' ? been more plague to me than it' a worth? I suppose the money is all here!" so saying he thrust the wallet into his breeches pocket and turned kia hack upon the finder, without making tke least acknowledgement for the service he had ren dered. A friend of the boy called upon as soon after the circumstance and related the case, and thinks it very hsrd that the boy was not rewarded. The broker did very wrougin wounding the feelings of the honest little fellow by asking if (he money was all there. As to the reward spoken of, we think that the lad d?d hia duty in restoring the money to its owner, and did nothing more. For the labour per formed in this act, the boy has an undoubted claim to be remunerated and ought to send in hia bill, but he is entitled to no reward for the simple aet of doin* his duty? for being honeat. On tho contrary be would have been punished had he kept the money without advertising it It ia the evidence of a debased snd mercenary spirit to expect a pecuniary reward for do 'ng an act of justice or right to a fellow being. he vr?rld >? very censorous, however, and we should not be at all astonished if folk* should aay that the broker acted like a pusillanimous narrow minded wretch, m not offering to pay the little boy for hia trouble. Hacks and Htekmea. Of all the shameful impositions practised upon the public of this city, (next to the iniquitous meat mono poly, and the extortions of house owners,) none are so scondnlous as the frauds daily perpetrated b/hack men. We will not include*// in one sweeping asseveration ?but the majority of them are a low, drunkeu, dissi pated, depraved and disgusting set. This majority never let slip an opportunity to swindle the uasus* peeting stranger, or to bully the timid female- We rejoice te see that two or three of our cotemporaries have begun to take the matter in hand, and we should be wanting in our duty were we to refraia from lend ing a helping hand to put down the shameful ayateni of extortion which the hackmen have ae long car ried on. In order that oar readers may have a data (ego by, and to check the fraud, we will state that the follow ing are the fares of the Hackney Coaches eatabliabcd by law Conveying a passenger one mile or less, 37| cents. Every additional passenger, 25 cents. Children under two years of age, nothing? from two to fourteen, half price. Bach passenger is entitled to take one trunk, va-4 lice box, bsg, or other travelling package? and. M many more as he pleaaes by paying six cents each exira, or 124 cents, if over a mile. If the drsiance be over one mile aad nrrft ever two miles? one passenger is 50 cents, and e^-h addition al, t5 cents. By the day, with ane or mor^ passeagera. $5. By the hour, for the first hoar, r1 j 2nd hear, 7| cents, and succeeding nr^rrs, 59 cents. If a carriage ia ta^ca by the day or hour, it must be so specified at ,ne time of fiiring. If a haok isoeuuned or hindered, the driver is enti tled to 75 (V?nts for the first hour, and 37} cents per hour aft'srwarda, in addition to mileage. Each haek is required to be conspicaously number ed, and to have the the rates of fare posted up within it, and in default of either of these, the driver " shall not demand or receive any pay." The following ia a list of distances : ITIIITfc FROM BATTERY. 'UK CITY HALL. Milu. Mtilm. Rector ? ? ? i Falton . ? j Wsrrsn ? ? f Leonard ? J CbmI ? ? ? Mprtnf . . U Hoattos ? ? * If 4th * S.h ? ? . I4tb 3* 19th . . . || 34th . . 3 5ft h 34 1 h 39Ui 44th ? ? 49tb MU aa?h 78lh ?M SSlli ffM Mth ]02?1 l?7th 113th 117th ISUt S 126th ? ? M 13 1st ? ? ? li 13. th ? a! 140th ? ? 14*h ? ? <H IWih . . 155>h , i s ? | i | ? ?* 1 ? ? 3 P il s 3 The Hackmew.? Mr. Oisturnel requests ua to say that strangers coming to this city, and residenta also, can always protect themselves against tha impost Hon* of the hackmen, by consulting his "Strangera1 New York City Guide"? a little pocket volume, con taining a map of the city, with tables of distaaoea and the rate of fare to which the hacktnea ara enti tled by law. It ia for sale by all the principal book sellers. Emoikberimo. ? We have received an intereating communication from a practical engineer, detailing the various impositions prsctised upon tha public by a parcel of ignorant vagabonds throughoat the Union who call themsolvea "engineers." Our correspondent, also, ably shows the economy of employing regular brad mechanics as engineers of steamboats, Ac.; and demonstrates the actual loss in dollars and cents, to say nothing of the lives aad property of passengers, by hiring for that very re sponsible situation, men eatuely unfitted for the bu siness. It is a very common occurrence, in all sections of the country, for the sake of savmg a fsw dollars a month in wages, to dismiss an accomplished work man from the engine of a steamboat, or a locomotive, and put in his place a fellow, who, but a week or two before, was employed bb fireman, in spitting wood, or pumping water into the boilers; his whole knowledge of engineering consisting in starting and stopping the engine. The title of " Engineer" has recently become very fashionable. It nsed to distinguish men who by their talents snd ingenuity had acquired eminence in mechanical arts; at present it ia adopted by the ve riest loafers in the community. The fellow that heats th* water of a prison, by means of a stesm ap paratus, for the purpose of purifying filtby vsgabonda ortn keep the much pat boiling, has the impedance to announce himself a civil "engineer," the sponger who la employed to ecrnb coppera in an extea aive victualling cellar, rejoice in the name of *' engineer," end the peer wre?ch who toiie in a subterranean reeeaain feeding a eoepbotler-e furnace, will be nothing lees than a practical "engine*." The superintendent of the mad scow, who aerapea out the public alipe and bssins, hie under hie com mand no less a peraonage than a hydraulic " eagi neer." A boaa ehimney sweeper 1a beat known aa a Ore "engineer," end the chief of the patent ecrapera feela himeelf juataamuch entitled to the cogaomen ?f " engineer," ss any other chief doea who blowaene man'a houae into the air, to prevent another man'* ho??e being burned to the ground. This iea great country. Every man aaneshisown title and goee upon hia own hook. It is the very age of humbug. Impudence ie the only stock ia trade nereeeary for aa individual to commence the world upon; and the public? good natured, kind-hearted emtio? are ever ready to favor the pretentions of the greatest impoeter, and become the dupe* of the meat barefaced knavery. O* German silver? forks? spoons? pena? pencil eaaee. A aplendid assortment at 26 Maiden laae, corner of Naasau-street See advertisement of Nome Jacob's in another colamn.