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NEW YORK, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3,1838. Notice to Country Subscribers. Hereafter wnenever any country subscription to the Herald, reaohes a fortnight of its close, subscribers will reeeive their papers, done up in yellow wrappers. This plan is adopted in order to give our patrons, in the country, notice, either to renew thotr subscription fey a fresh remittance, or to expect it to cease at tne close of the period for which it had been paid. Sub ?enbers, will, therefore, understand, after this notice, what is meant by receiving th?ir papers done up m fcll?? mapping paper. By this method we furnish individual subscribers with 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 bets. The fashionable morals of the present day, as sanctioned by the Honorable the Kitchen Cabinet, are te cheat as much as you can so that the law does not reach yon. I do not practice on this princi ple to any extent, except when I have dealings with the Kitchen ? and on such occasions it is adopted puroly in self defenoe ? if you dont shave you'll get ?ohaved. Every day I am recoivinr 'etters complain ing that the Herald has failed, when, at the same lime, I know full well that it is regularly mailed.? Why these complaints 1 Eecause miny of Amos^ a ab- treasurers will be looking into the Herald, to see the lineaments of their master accurately depicted. They read, laugh, bnt forget to put the Herald into its wrapper again. Herealter I beg them ae a favor? aa a personal favor to me? te try to be as honest as they can. I know they have previous little of that article ; but a precious little is better than none. ThcHiralo Shipping List: or Bennett's Ame hican Shipuxg List. ? We now regularly issue on Saturday evening of every week, in a single sheet, comprised in the Evening Herald of that day, the M Hbrald Shipping List," or "Bennett's American Shipping List," for the use and convenience of shipping and general merchants, both of this and ?f other countries. It comprises all the ship news of the week, combined in one sheet, and arranged en | a 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 fchip news, which is valuable. The want of room compels us to exclude this large mass of authentic ?hipping intelligence. Our 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 ths daily Herald, and* will be sold at two cents per copy, or 81.60 per an num for subscribers at a distance, payable in ad vance. In addition to all ths shipping intelligence of the week, it will oontain all the Commercial News of th.i week, and the news of the day on which it is pub lished ? each Saturday, up to the elose 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 of ship news and shipping intelligence. Our means to execute this purpose are many and am ple. We own a most excellent News Boat Establish ment, equipped and manned in fine style. It is all our own. We have besides an airangement with the seven Pilot Boat < of New York, from whom wepro cnreall the shipping intelligence they can rake and scrape in the course of the week. Tho New York Pilots ar* the most gallant set of fellows in existence and we always treat them as they deserve. By these means wd can, and havs frequently outstripped every sther paper in New York, in the amplitude and accu racy of our ship news. Ths concentration of these efforts in a single sheet, will be of manifest advantage to merchants throughout the Union, and throughout Europe. KT W? were callett upon yesterday by a gentleaiae, who said be Md bMn Mind, or nearlvao, darirr the laM& years. ikere*ull of an accident, which occurred nearly sii teen rears age.? M# stated that ha had (teen under lha c are of Dr. Williams bree w?ck* and twu day*. ami caa now see the moat minute objects. arid caa read large letter*. He appeared v? ry anxious lopaulish hii gratitude to Dr. William* lor the good lie ha* been enabled lo do him. He was accompanied by a Udy . (the mother of a tittle girl, Mary Brown,) who presented the aa ?eied letter concerning bar child. New Yobk, Jane 2b, 1838. Doctor Willi***? air? It gives me pleasure to ad 4 my testimony to i hat of na rnerooa other* who have witnea*ed your skill ia resiorlng the blind to sight. The little firl, Mary Brown, who waa blind, and pronounced incurable by aeveral medcal peniiemenof acknowledged (kill, oae of whom wr* my umlly phyaieian, caa now tee to to to and return Iroai school Yoa have my than ha, and the thaaksof many other*, who have taken an In terest ia ihe tale of thi* pour coilo, toi your gratuitous aod sue ceaslul treatment Very respectfully ynor*. JAMK4 MrMlLLAN, 'HM Hudson at. At tbe request af Mr* Brawn, who la a commamcaat of Mc Lake'* Charcb, and well kaowa to me, I cheeriaily state that the tacts contained ia tbe above note are*trictly true. J. M. KOKRKM, Rector of Nu Lakes' Ct.urch, N. T. New York, Jane 2fitk, 1838. No. 13 lira street. Niw Tors, 77th June, 183*. Ta t?? Edito* or thb Niw York fivii? sitr As a friend to ihe*ufleriag poor ot this large community, I take the liberty of sendinr you a letter which I hare read in the " New York Christian Aiteoeale and Journal" of Juae ftri, written by the Rev. T. Bambridge, (a personal lri?nd ?f nine,) a mlalner of Mae Ulenta, Ia the M. K Cliur?h I several time* aecompaaled him la hi* vians ta the h?n?e of Br Wil liam*, 419 Broadway, aiid am *Rii?fted, thai although heipeRks in a very affectionate anil g rats fal manner of that Oculist, aa wa.l aa the greet benefit he had witnessed in many other caaee h aides ni* own, he might have addeil mark more with out aay eaaggeration ol faet. By giving this note, togetlwr with In other Baiahrldite's letter, a place ia yaur valuable paper, yoa will aiuch oblige, Your* respectfully , K. fFrom the ChrUtiati Advocate and JaornaL] IMPORTANT Tl>TH? BLIND. My r**?r Brothrr Coin? It l? anitrcrMirv (iir raf lo lufonn you that for many year* I have suffered much under a distre* alag affection of tbe eye, and have tried many remedies, and an irrgone operation* from the hand* of *<?me of the flrst ocu i*t* oi the day In Rur.?pc, but without effecting a perma nent carej and although I coald see to read and write by the aid of cataract gla*se?, still my ere* were i source of much tremble and some anxiety Having heard of the many (ami to m ? anneal laeredlhle) cores performed by John William., K.q now resident an thi* 'h?, hut late of Kaglaml, I determined ia consu t hlit, and see If I con d not "hum nv relief or rurej accordingly I called apon htm at Providence || ,u?e lie at -??* V)M me the nature of mr deseaae, ami said " he di t an doubt by flop's blessing, to be of maah service to me. and a? regard charges, all he waated war my gratis, le, not having at aay time ? ver received a cent fram anr M. t ho. hat traveling preacher In hla life : hut he rrqalre* me to call upon him evevv day." THI* I have done for ik. last ten dRv*. and ItTduelJ him lo ?ay that I hav? already received an am -ant of benefit beyond my mo*t *nngelne etpeciatlona. for win h I cannot he too grateful j and it la now a soaree of ninch regret, lio* m him a ad my sell, that the nature of my mlnist -rial dalles ra quires me to leave therl-y, for I have strong hopet that If 1 ro auined here I sboaln eiperience a certain cure. I have b? en prompted lo wn?e tha* to you that the aMirted nmnng my brethren in the ministry, who can do no may applv ta Dr Will tm*, at his hoaae. I have been an eyr wiine** to tlie aumber of l>ia pitwat* who' have been re*lore<4 to *lght otter heing denied that blea\ing mauy year* ; and In a?me in ? stances tho*e bora hlind row see. Another imp-riant feature la hi* treatment Is, that his remedies appear ti be Mfe, a. id nl Kough powerful, do not ia their application produce much pain. I The insertion af thi* letter la the Advneate won'd oblige I roe, and I think ??e of i?e?fit tothoaenf my hrrti ren who need the doctor'* aa?i*tanee. and are *a favnratoly clrcamstaneed aa to have tbe opporiuaity ef calling upon him. I am with respect and brotherly lore ynar* affectionately. New York, May II, IMS. THOU. BAlNBRIDflB. t Chatham Circulating Literary, No. 57 Cnatkaao street TT THE subscribers i>eg leave respectfully to Infarm their lneo<lt and thv public that Uiry have just reopened the above establishment, after making many alterations in and addition* l* it. 1'he arc now prepared and ready to accommodate those w Wo may l>e please. i to favor them wiih their natronnge.? Hitherto they have had a liberal share of public support, ami they hoj^e from their late importaui improvements, and hy their strict attention to business, to receive an increase of it? The Library at present contains over 6,000 v?lume% aad it is the intention of the subscribers to enlarge it Irom time to time, as the wants of their patrons may eem it necessary. Ills systematically arrrnged, and comprises the greater part of the most approved workson the following subjects? Hillary, Biog raphy, Voyages *nd Travels, Natural History, Natural and Ex peri mental Philosophy, Classical and Miscellaneous Litera ture. In addition to the foregoing, they would mure particu larly call the attention of ibe reading community to their ex tensive collection of works on fiction. Perhaps no Library in the city can produce a greater or a man* varied collection.? No effort or expense has been spared to render this depart ment of their L'hrary as complete a? possible. It contains at present over 3,600 volumes mo this subject, nnd is dailv receiv ing accessions of aew works froin the press both of this coun try and Europe. Ii is also supplied with II American and European Periodical works, together with a fine collection of SUS Plays, acting and standard. In conclusion, they beg leave to state that ho exertions on their part shall be wanting to ns ike U eir Library tbperior, if possible, to any in the city, and thereby rendering it the most worthy of general patronage aad support. elS-tf f. k H. ?. LANQLEV. [VI A N U L K ?-AU U L. K SI A S U L. b S i ue '"1 subscribers inform the pubPc that they have on hand and are manufacturing their Talent Mnngles, which is a simple, uselal and labor ssving machine, as it entirely supersedes the use of ironing, and puts a beautiful gloss on table linen, sheets, fcc ice. T'.vy may t>e seen in operation at the City Hotel, Pearl Street lloust , Carlton and the Atheneum Hotel, where they irlve general satisfaction They are sold only by HUN CAN k W EST, black .nnd whitesmiths, locksmiths, hell bang ers and waebiuhis, No. 2 Green street, near Liberty, New York. jyt4-lm* BY AAKON LEW. 1 EVT'B EXHlBITIUfl E1009I FOR PAINT JLj INOS and WORKS OP ART? Th? publie U respect ull y Wiformed that a Inrgt and commodious room has been filled up at 71 Liberty st.iwo doors east of Broadway, for the exhibition of Paintings and oilier work* of art, at private sale. A fine collection of ancient and modern paintings of undoubt ed merit, are now on exhibition, to which the attention of la dies, strangers visiting the city, and lovers of tb? fine arts gen erally is invited. The ladies may lie assured that nothing shall be presented to their vi? w that the most fastidious caa object to, but on thecoatrnry an anxious care shall ever pre dominate to exhibit sucb oaly as ire chaste, pleasing and ia s'.-ructive. The Exhibition Room will be open at all hoars fron 10 A. M till 7, P. M, Admission free. Engravings at private sale in lots to rait purchasers. Jy2y THAWSPAHP.NT WASH AKSL.JC. WINDOW BL1N It MANUFACTORY. ? The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inform the pu die that he has now for sale a new aaii elegant assortment of every description of Patent Wash able Transparent Window S.ndes. among which are Land scapes, Diaphanous, Chinese, Architectural and Fancy Blinds, which hecao court tently recommend for their beauty, strength and great durability, as they have been known, w.th common care, is last from 10 to 14 years. The prices of the shades, in cluding cords, tassels, rack pullies and fillings for windows complete, vary from to and upwards per pair. Blinds made to ?rder by applying to GEORGE PUTT, IS Bprnce st. New York. N. B.? Country dealers supplied with blinds and fittings, jy 1 9-1 mis* TO' MILLINERS AND OTH a.KU?? SUERUED HA 1 S.? J. McGAY, from Loudon and Parle, begs to ap prixethe Milliners anp dealtr* of this ciiy and the distant cities of the Rnion, that from his European experience, and Uie peculiar facilities he potseses lor ibe manufacture of Slier red Hats, and lor the importation of the newest patterns, he is enabled to supply these elepant articles wholesale and retail, etjnal to the imported Pren -h Capote, at a surprisingly short notice, and u poii the lowest t?rms . Book and Swiss Muslins, Bishop Lawn, Gros de Naples and Poult de Soie, are the prin ipal bats now in requisition, and he Is ready to execute any commands forwarded to him tor either ol the above, and for satin and velvet Slierred Hats far the fall and winter trades. Ternti c?sfc? No. 12 Orange st, six doors from Chatham st, New York. jy iftoodTuThliSti* The nkwkst cash tail?ri>o ?.? TABLISHM ENT, No. 4 John street.? A gsrmerit may look well for its beauty of celor and texture af cloth, bat the grand object is lost unless tue fir corresponds thereto. The public is r spectiully informed lhat they can have their gar ments cat in the most fashionable manner, and made up by the best af workmen, by calling as above, at the fallowing low prices for cash. Dress coat made aad trimmed, . ?7 M Fr?ck " faced with silk, ? 7 4* Vests, " l.?tat? Pants, *? " . I ? ia '.?? Caats of fine cloth famished far ? '* ?* Pants. - ?< *.?? to ? M A superior coat for ... a aa Repairing and altering always attead*<l in, A suit of clotliei utade in the shortest apaee sf .Mae A I or ders mast lie paid for on delivery. No. 4 J ba ?*ree rianr fenns Rrmi ariv SI MM ?? w COWFLAIBT. ?lllWllA l.>T? KN TERY, CHOLERA MORIIN. ??'< all .hi er . rmnt*. nieutt of lb? Mamarb ami Bow's, ?rr , (frr !??''- >?w< by Doctor J A Y.N K'N UAKM1N A I iV fc B *1.^.4 Raidfedi of nrttlnift ol It* ?ir,i?n *i* ?*r 10 iW Mb* lowing. have been receivt-d hy ihe |?r ffWlm - Dr. D. J^vn?-D?ar Sir : liivin; nu^r a?e >< t-mr Carmia alive Bulwui In my faiui y, a>*i fluting |> I* <r ulitiwWy adap ted lathe complaint! fur Whirl] ll U> ink? -< *, I lake ptrdirr la mo? tliltof it to tbeaae o; m? frienda IW pchir z*"* rally. believing tbose who ar? afili cte<! with team plaint* will find raiief in the aae o( tin. ? . * ? JONATHAN ??? IMI D O. President of Oraa*ille "lot.eje, New York, May 20, IM7. Prepared and aold by Dr. JAYNE. N . ? ??? Tblrd itreet, Phi adelphla, Bud Mild in this city ai tbe price*, by A. B k D. Hindi, No. 100 Pultun atrrvt, rucoer u( William, and at retail by P Burnett. SS l<i?lh Avenae ? J?ha B D ><l?t, 643 and 771 Broadway ; and U. W. Eaaiiree. TT K?? Hrim i w,iy. Price, V) cent*. JfW ll UANH NOTIL fAPHat? SO.iwiaheeu baak notepa U p? r for naif by J. CAMPBELL It i'EKHHB, myl!H4 1 10 and I IS Mauau ?t BOOKIlNDKfca' L,rrATH?- lt - Fori?Jfby J. CAMPBELL*. PKRHHf , rnylf 110 aad 112 Naaaau d BELOW? 1 *Mp. rro ii akFwahi ihcAIiRhh, hiev*. and 1 BHUSrt MAKKRH-Br*<i W Ira of the fine u n a rubers, well aaiwaled, on sale by ?ylS y LEWIS rEOCHTWAMOER. 2 Coanlaadt at. LBKCIIRB! L.l??:< I1KK'- The moat aupcriar kiad of Hweedish leeches, in excellent beallb, jutl Undlaff, aad for ?ale ai No 2 Coeutiei Slip by J23? ?t- J. LEO. WOLF. 05IROK TWO ItOOUURK WANTED. farmibed or unfarni*b?d, la a rnmfortahla famfly, near Ikh odlff. Direct Horace. Ilerald oilce, dating teraia. Jyr tf MKOICAL. CARU-DR. CARPENTER, No. 4 Peek Slip, Naw York, deem* It proper occasionally to remind the pablic that ha coatiaae* to admiauaer to the afflicted at bit eld eatabli>bed Dispenanry. To a ?a?t number M theckiteaanf Ibis metropolis bo needt no heralds to aanounra his victory over disease, to Ks most complicated and destructive forms ? nor does be deem ll mate rial to be very specific in enumerating ibe aamc? of tha varl oh< maadle* to which mankind and womankind are taMer t. To stranger* ha be** leave moat respectfully to remark, that he eonflnesliinttelf to office practice, an >4 devotes hlmaeli per sonally to the wtliareof hit patient*, keepa mi assistants or shop boys, and kas separate offiaea for the privacy of patients, wh > caa never rorae ia c-mtaet Dr Carpenter wald add that be la reralariy edacated to the prafrsuoa of medicine ami *arrery, aad received his Di ploma in the year IBIS, nf the Naw York State Medical Bacle tT, slfned by the highly re-p^cted sad ranch loaaented Joha K. B Rodger*. M B. as Prrahiaot. and that be ba? for a loan serial of years devoted himself to tba treatment aad care of al delicate and private diaetses Be psrtirular In the number? 4 Pock Blip, near Pearl at. my29Sm BR CAliPKNTRR. Dll. OLOVK 'R I.AIEBT AND WORT 111* PllOVIiiD PATEJIT TRUER. The atteatinnof thoa* afflicted with Hernia, is railed to a new Trn<a lately patent*'! In the city of New York lis sapwriarty over every other Instrument will be evtdwnt on ? me' e impeetton; f'?r, onlike everr otlirr fnm, tbe rnptare pad is prea^d apot by a doable spring, nhich it ao filed as lo cenvey the necessary pressare lo tbe lower part of the raptarr pad? thus keeping tbe pao clotely applied ia every at litade of tbe body . and 'd.lastioc and adapting melf andefallrl ? camstaaces to Ibe p-raoa and lo the part lo which It Is to be ap plied. Possessing a double tprl f aad consequently a double He prea of elasticity, It la rendered eaay asd convenient to ibe wear er. Th# ah .ye Trass ha<tak?n the place of all other* for the permanent retention aad careof llernls, or Raptare. It it almost Ibe only Trass now In ase In the city of New Vo'k, and tbe adja cent conatry. Th- abny?Trb?s I* adjusted aad applied by a Hurreoa, who baa deyoted particular attention to the aabje? t of Hernia, and the caosirattlnn and anp'lcetlon of Trusaea, at hit office, No. t tan street, near Rntadway, Iwa door* from the American Maseain Jyl) Im* AlaABtMA. UROHUIA, l.tM IBIARA, ant /l. Mississippi Certificate! of Dapo*lie parr hashed at r'daaed WWky ^ i. BTLVEBTER, J y*-? m Nttff, i M Wain. CP TO BK RAFFLED FOR, at S5J Broadway, a* soon as a sutfieie ul number of munbrrs eaa be obtained, two noble dogs, OSCAR, a NewlouitdUud, auii L'AMI, a Mount Si. Bernard, by 2t) members, at |S5 eacti. L'Ami is one ?l the noblest of the breed of Mount M Bernard dogs His frame is a Concentration of unniuai pUv.icd power, wuhiKrnita tlcus rear. The hi*t ry ol tueso dogs it lot well kiwwu 10 need comment. Their MMCiiy ai.d laiihfuiness make theui mv ilunble companions, of which we need no further atissla ti?n than the cnarituble offices they are made to perform on Mount St Bernard, where they are kept by tbe in inks to rescue travellers from th? eiernal snows wlncb ?ov?r this mountain, ami would otherwise perish, but lor the timely aid afforded by the** do?*, wbi. h lo<- site and strength are unrl vailed ; and it is this uml reuders them so well calculated tt> protect propei ty and guard it f t. in the assaults of midnight plunderers, as well os tt* watch over the lives of liieir in is ter?, ii any of whom owe their eiisttnce to tho-e friendly companions of the human race. Oscar, the Newfoundland, it a large, beautiful and noble animal, an i is one ot the best ol tbe breed, the prvp?riies and qualities of which are too well known to need commei.t, hav ing already saved tha lives of two persons, one thousand dollars have been offered and lefased for each of these dopes, and tuc nroprietor would not part with them, but in consitie ra ion of his leaving ilu cou> try. Important Intelligence to Hankers and Merchants. ItOBKiti l IA \ 1 1% w 1'ukl bus now for wale cheap. and which must pot iiively be disposed of, two Utters of fine whelps, H . f the M .untSt Bernard dog, L'Aini. and 15 ui OtCW, Hie Hewfi unilland. There is rot a lnuiter or gcnlieman who owns manr.ons or premises that most necessarily, notwith standing ail precaution, be more or less unprotected, bui should possess one of thr-se dogs Specimen* may be seen at Mr. Ste vens', lloboken, Cnpt. Stockton's New Jersey, M-irsh, Ksq , Rrooklvn.a ml many other extinguished gentlemen. Also several flue breed in* Sluts and a few good low priced WiUcU Dogs, together with five first rale Mocking Birds, in full fo?g. The whole of which can now be Men and pur cbas"i forthwith at Maaington's tiiant Dog Establishment, No 552 Broadway. Tue It;. ill- lis now lies open alf52 Broadway, opposite tbe Lyceum. K^rly application must be made to ensure a chance. jy 18-im* TU 1'Hi>l)BLlG-DIL UK AN OK LIS, formerly a practitioner ol mtdicine in the public hospitals at Na ? pies, and member ?! the Medical Faculty o< tie city of New Ytrk, wiif re he has iicea practising p'.iysic sincc the year 1798, continues to be consulted at his office, No. 198 Fulton st. near* ly opposite Church su Tim most obstinate an 4 i iveterate di seases, rtquiring the soundest judgment in treatment, and par ticularly all cases or i; in* ting in impurity of the bood, and chronic affections, rheumatisms, obstructions, ulcers in ilie tliroat, eruptions of Uieskin, debility, itc. will be speedily asd radically cured by mean* the least expensive and most eonve nient to patients. Kennedies to be used are prepared by him seif, and their good effects rendered infallible. Dr. De An^elis has effected acurein many cases which has baffled all tlie re sources hi themedWal art ; but he eit"s only a tew. Copy of a letter from Drs. Osborne and Ireland, physicians of this city, to Dr. 0e Anzelis: 1 IS Fulton street, Dec. 6, 1819. Sir? We have no hesitation in replying to yuur note in say ing yon di-s.-rve much credit for your successful treatment of Mr. John Thorn, after it had balB-d physicians bath here and in a more favorable climate. We are y<>ur ob'dient servants, HAMITEL OSBORNE. M D. W H. IRELAND, M. D. Patients may inquire of Mr. Thorn himself, who is to be found at No. 5 Jones' lane, below Cuff?e House Slip, and also of his brother. Alderman Thorn, Rrpoklsn. Di.De Angelis also rel.-rs to Mr. I'hxjias M M' Lewi, of 1W Maideh Lane (or bi? skill in curmg diseases, nod also Mi' Puyfe, cabinet maker; Mr. Join U. Keem.and Mr Hums, bookseller. N. B. Ail Dr. De An veils' family medicines may be bad at his i. dire. jet7 3m* D" 'M~ V AB? D Hl - B il7G ll'S F lfMAL"K Rto. ? U ? VATlNti TILLS, from fiemany, an effectual remedy for suppression, irregularity, and all cas-s where nature does not have her regular and proper coarse. N B. Not to be taken during pregnancv. The sale of 116ft box-'s during the last nine months is a sufficient gnarautt e of their efficacy. S >ld only by MRS. BIRD, m dwife and lemaie physician, a;2 Bowery, New York. Likewise her celebrated soothing syrup for children teething, a safe, sure aad effectu-I remedy. Also, an ? xcllent remedy for sore nippies, prepared and sold as above Advice gratis. myg jm* MOS r KXTHAUtlDlIAHY ?rCC?i8?.-AI tljou<h thv' pub ic press in New York has been literally inundated with crrti6cstes, affi laviu, and letie s, proving the extraordinary and never fail ng saccess of COHc.N'8 KM BKOi^ATlON.in casrsol Rheumatism, sprains, lumbago, ic. yet it may not be amiss?for the sake of strangers who visit the c ' v . and others whs have not read tbe various testimnni sds published in the Sunday Morning News and o:Uer papers ?occasionally to exh. bit additional evidence* nf the pre-emi nent worth of ihis mosi valuable of all medical preparations. If necessary. over one hundred new testimonials, received by Dr. Cohen since th'' f >rmer publitations, could now be Kiveu; hut the following u of itself su strong, explicit, and direct to the purpose, that ii eanuot failoi salts yiar ail, (if any there now be !) who may yvt dnuhl the aaiontsning properties of this celebrated Lotion. Brooklyn, May 15, ]B3t. Doctor M. B. Cohea Sir? Convineed that it is a duty 1 owe to i he p<t hi ic as well as to yourself individually, to ex press my ackn <wltd?menw of the great IteneAts I have re Cei.ed fr?m the u?e *f your Rheum tlie l.inim nt, I nasten to do so ai the first opportunity that p-eseot* itself. Very few p-rsons, if any, have suffered more from Rheumatism ihm I old. i short Ume sinee, when by the advice of a friend, to whom the celebrltv of year Embrocation wa< known. 1 pro < urorf a bmtle. ami was shortly afterwards relieved from my toriares. and restored to perfect health. At the time of my first sending to you. I had b?en crippled with t heumaikm for nearly two months four or five weeks t l which I could not wmk *i bt utciu ches, and was in fact using them when I be gan tospplv the Lo inn. Thanks to its g kh| properti*s, and to your inventive genius, I was # ntire.y ruren helore I used One Itot le, (having pari of it yel laft) aad have had no return of the maiady si*ce. I eanr.ot hesitate, under circumstances sm p sizable aid strong, io five your Embrocation the strong est recommendation that I ain capah'e of. the more especially if, hy sj doing, I can prevail up >a any o( mv f- llow citttcns h<*re or els? where, n ko m;sy lie >uff"riug from Rbeutuati-m, to give it a ii id I ROB ERT MeDCKMOTT. Proprietor of Second Ward Hotel, corner of York aad Pearl streets, ?ro??iilyn NOTICE ? The genuine Embrocation bears the signature nf the proprietor, M. B. COM KN, and is sod only in New Pork ?t his rr science, No. 210 Hudsou st. \ at George PraeU er*s store, 121 F iltou st. ; and at the Boekstore of Mr. TWornas J. Crnwan, Mi? Broadway. It is also sod at Mr. M'lvers' Bookstore, 57 Fnltoa street Biooklyn. Price, $3 per bottle. JyS eod is Im* rc, ORAL Lv IjI VERWO KT k CT Thin tavaioahle medicine ha*. umiried by poffery mr patronage, e?" e<1 n < igb rrpstaiio* *olely In conaeqaence of H? u? (ailing ' fti :acy in removing tbe incipient iymptoni? of thai deadh fur to the Nmnn race, Coacamption, or In radical ly curing '? * ?'lvnn?ed ?taif>- IU concomitant*. cold?, c'>atrh?. a?tlin>*. lullu ara, croop, ? horning c< ugb anil all in fUmnMlnry ?fl>c;ion? of tbe ?he*t and tang*. U off. red lo ike pabltc al a pice wh ch reader* *o valuable a preparation avai.abl?* t? fr n the poorett cla?*e?. Under a climate k> va riable a* ear*, the prevalence of ?ueh conipainM call* impera tively On MMiie remedy, pleamnl ta it* action and effectual la it* operation, l? remove In their binb tboae *ymtoia* whi -h. If ancnechen, niu?t evenio*te ia a *erton? diieate, and ?och a preparation *o*h a remedy l? pre>eate<l 10 tbe community in lb* Fc ctor&l Honey of Liverwort, to the unfaillag efficacy of which, te*tim>>ey of ibe moat convincing ibarac er to tendered bv nil * o< i.nr mnil r> ?pectai?le ni i^ni, who, having eipe rfenced it* l>en?firl*l ?ffeci*, bave vulontarjly aatbortaed the proprietor to r?fe" to them aay (offerer unou la neap* frn,a tbr di*ea?e* above alladed to. In all ca*e* ?t difficalty in breathing, canard by laAamma tlon of the cbe?t or lorg*, tbe Federal Haaey of Lverwort will he fund an lavaluabie aad unfailing aoarceof rel ef, ope rating, a? tt doe*, pieaiaaiiy yet vfleataally I ilinne HiatreMing complaint* Incident to children, croup, whooping Cough. kc., It to the only ertam remedy? and In more advanced life It to in every ln?taace the tarrtt **fegu*rd agaioM tlie apnroact<e?of comamption. In faet the national nioito of " K Piuril'us Unuro," not in the *en*e of unity Iron multitude, but aelectone from a lhoa>aad, of ?dvertl?ed medi cament*, may with per altar propriety be applied ta tbe Pecto ral floury of Liver rort. For i?l by J AM K* D. NOWILL. *oie propria lor, corner of Madiaon a* d Catharine ?t* Otcttl. MrK"">? k Co., 145 Maiden Lane. T. Milhntt, IM Broacwny Adam*- n k ruff, ?i'9 HfM 'way. aad (I Rowery. Tarrant, corner of (Ireenwirb aad Warren eta. George IV Coggc*hall corner of Pearl and Koae U*. T. II 11 M> ltd :.1 rtnwrrv. II. V' Ru?l .corner of Mammrrvlev an l Vfrlek Ma. AHen k Irgereoll.O and. corner of Norfolk at Dr. Sloodgwoo. corner of Allan and Kivingum tta. Cougnaq W Chatham ?t. Bla?mvr fc Power*. Brooklyn, L. I. .1. r .lone ?. Jamaica, L I. Dr. Klia* Trivrtt, P<iurhke?p*|e, N. T. Hennr How le? It Co., Albany. W. RriMol. Ifttca, -? Y. L. B Mwan, N?cbe?t?r. I .u t tier IUII? k C" , Geneva, N. Y. J. D. Pinlllpa, Newburjfc. Jan. Carp?n'er. !*ing Sing. Hevio-nir k O ckintna, Hartford, Cooa. David Mitchell. New llaven. F.. Tlmrnton. Jr., New Redford, Mm, R. bert? Hi Atkm?on, Raliimire. H. L. Iitiir', Cbarletton. P. C. .1 llnnnevllle. Rntton. To a veh I rft?app?lmmrnt, never parohme a bottle with, oat It bear* the proprietor'* ilifnatare. A lib ml diKCntiat allowed to tlrn/gtot< and conntry dealer*. * ? riiD'HlicAlid. TIIF. NKW YORK CHRMICAL MANUFACTURING CG have onatantiy for sate G I Vitriol, Alnm, Rleaci Im Malta, CpPP^i^a. Aqua Antonla, M tnatle Acid, AqaaF'irito, Nitric Add, # ?lae Vitriol,. . Maaganeaa AM mane Jtber article* In tke line ot tkeir btnmaa*. <>r4en will be received at their Ranking hnaae, No. }l R-oadame ?r at tbe ofllce of their are at. No ftl Wrat ttreet. n?||*T' GCG V GILRRKT, AgeaU DK. If, II. mOBBlCS REMEDY FOK CON gumption, Couyin, Coith, Asih ???? W Hooping Cough, Drop ky of lii? Ckcst, luthmmatioa of the BroacMuio, aad, lu (act, all diseases attended wild preternatural escilement. This excellent mediciae ba? !? NO INSTANCE, wh?n j ?iiciously applied, failed 10 broduce the aioi>t SATISKACTO rv it^iVrs. u- Call nt l'Jtf CIIATMAM hCitMKK. anil witness Ibe mmy testimonial* produced in ravur ot Dr. Higbee'* tynem of practice iu Pulmonary Complaints. Kiom the editorial columns of the Philadelphia Spirit of the lime*. We arc personally acquainted with Br Higbee, and know biai to be a maa of nirnsir? scientific acquir. menls, ?ud <?! ir teproachahle ni >rai character. We moreover Know lhai ha is a regu'ar pAytician, lur we hive keen his medical diploma from ooeol the moil re-pecuble colleges in ibe country, and also Ida certificate of license to practice medicine in New Jerkey from the State Medical Kocicty. He is, we believe, the only brother of the Rev. Kit ward Y. Nigbe?>, formerly rhnplain to the United States Sen ute, nud at pr?senl Minister ol Trinity Church, in tbe city of New Yurk. We would earnestly advise all our friends ;i ftlic.ect wwh pulaioajry complaints to (five bim a call. We, tbe andeinlgtied, d(? hereh? certify that we have been acquainted will Dr. H. H. Higbee lor the lam eight yearn, and tint about five y wars ago be was supposed to be very lar gone with |iulmonar> consumption; kh?t lie wait so til as to be con fined to hm room; no one looked for his recovery. When, af ter remaining in this stite for -otiie tiioe.he commenced taking medicine prapared by himself, and very soon recovered tits health, to the surprise of every one who ,kn-w htm. His suc cess in the treatment of pulmonary consumu lion, and diseases of the lungs generally, since he regained his own health, ba* been perfectly astonishing. Several p-rsons within our know ledge have been restored from apparently tbe last stnge* of the disease by his medicine In no instance. wh-ie the d^ease wai taken early , has he failed to efl'ecl acure. We consider it to be a daiy which we owe to the cau*e of humanity, to j*lve this rublic testimonial of ourcoufidence in the rueilUal skill ot Dr. Itgbee, and of the effii- actetu effects of bis remedy for pulmo nary disease. We append our places of residence, in order dial any one who desires information m?y l.e satisfied. MAMUEL BROWN, P. M , Wiighl's Town, N. J. SEXTON EMLKY, Cookstown. N.J. SAMUEL J. flKNNBT, Cooksown, N. J. Philadelphia, Jan. l.Vh, 181*. Br Uigbee? Dear Sir? 1 think it a duty ii^cunibent apoa me, which I uwe to jou anil the world, to make this statement of facts, which I am able and ready to prove. My daughter El ia. 17 years of age, was laboring underadistresstrgenugb, and bleeding of tbe lungs. We had the advice of physicians, and she was pronounce*! in the highest stage of consumption and Incurable. She bad a continual pain in the right side, C.iugbfrom half to one hoar at a time, and discharges of more than a pint of uorruption per 24 hours, and discharges of large quantities ol blood, which the doctor pronounced to be from thelungs; loss of appetite, could not sleep long by tbe con tinual coughing, shortness of breath, and dis?baigl&g Irom the lanes. My daughter was confined three weeks to her bed; we had to stay by her night and day, ei per ting every ininutetobe heriast. 1 providentially taw your advertisement in the papers and the respectable signers attached to it. I felt a itrong inclination to purchase a bottle, and in three days alter she comuiencnl taking yi.ur m. illcine. she was able to dress hers* It and walk downstairs, and her cough left her. It is now atK>ut ten months since she began to lake yeur medi cine. St,e ti.ok ab. hi five Imttlesof it; and she Is in as good a state of health as she *as been lor a * umber of years. I have recommended your medicine to several ?<f my n< quaiwtancc*, and they have all found immediate relief I refer you to John Greenle*fl" between Oermaniow u *nd Miletlowa; Mrs llsri, in Callows ill ureet, at the Post Office ; M<. John Stanecliff, keeper of the prison, at Cherry llill. These are the persons I re con mended your mediciue to, aad ynu can refer any per son to them for the particular herfftt receiver from taking your medicine. 1 live in Callowbill street, No. 315 nearKinib, where you may reler them to me, and they cn have every particular, and see my daughter, or apply to any M the other persons a anted. WILLIAM CONSTABLE. We, the undersigned, do certify the above statement to be true, for we were eye witnesses to the whole facts. William Sinkler and Mary Hinkler, Itace street, nearTenth. II. B Welsh and Jane M. Welsh, Uarden street, between Slh and 9th. Martha Osier and Mary Osier. No. 318 CallowMll st. Philadelphia, April 7th, 1838 Dr. Higbee ? Dear Sir? With pleasure I embrace this oppor tunity of writing to info> tn you of tbe astonishing Iteselit I re ceived irom your valuable medicine. About am year siace I receiveit a kick from a horse, bat after some months 1 recover ed, hut while in that weak suie I caught a sever* cold, and 1 had a viol* at cough, and discharged very much from the lungs, and bleeding from tbe lungs, anil very h> avy aighi sweats, and loss of appetite, and reduced to a skeleton. I was told by my physician there was no hope for m<' ; and that I was incurable. My physxian told me that I was in the la?t stage ol consamption, and discharged me as incurable ? As I was walking out one day Inr the fresh air, I providen tially called into William Constable's shoe store, lor one of my enagbing spells came on, and t?arlng I sKould fall in the street, I w?nt into sit down la rest, (or I citnld hardly walk, eten wiib my cane. He recommended your medicine kwMroagly, and I having known him tar so many years, and ttialhr was a mania wi ose word 1 coold plneeibe utm?-tcos? M .ease, ant? as be offeree to pay for tbe medicine if it did am relieve me, I psreknscda bottle of year agent In Market St., ami bel'o e I bad taken one bottle 1 found relief ; my rough left me, my appetite reterned. my night sweats left me. I continued until I bad takm foor bottles and now eajoy asgoosl health as I ever did in my life, and ray occupation eipos'S me eery much N<*w, sir, I recommen<1 your medicine wherever 1 if (i, and tell every per?on net to delay or to doubt, for if i man so far reduced as I was, and silly two years of age ns 1 am, caii find a cure, the young have no reason to despair. 'I'he reason I trouble voo with this letter, is berause I saw iu a newipapera let er to you from W? Constable, ard be refers to ni* as one of li e peisoea he recomaiendeii your valuoble medicine io. If ibis letter ran beof any service to encourage tbe weak ia make a fair trial, yoa arc at liberty to asr my name, and if need requires I am reaity to affirm to the tiaia in tb s statement be'nre aay magistrate in ibis state. I bave removed irom Milestown to Mannyank. JOHN OREKNLKEKr. New Htooeer, Burlington Co., N. J. August IS. l?'A I d? hereby rertify thai I have beea fo many y^ars afflicted wiib cough and pain in my breast, attended with eipe<;l"ra tiun of large quantities of blood aad matt' r from mjs? lungs, and I finally became so bad as to b? <of fined to tnt^beo. I had hectic fever with nigbt sweats, diarr* ira. gre^remaclatlon, constant cough j anu ewry one wba sa? me belieteil that I w as in the last stare of roosu'nptian, ami bad ao eipectatioa that I would he aay belter. I was attended by Dr II. II. Ilie bee, andtbraogi ihe medicine prepared and presented by bint, I was restored le health Irom my apparently desperate -iiaa lion, and have since had ao return ?f th<- pnim-tnary symp toms LVDI \ II WII.AND. January 'tnib, ISJ8. I, Lydia Haviland, ihe per?on al?ove named, atlbisdat' still continue free from my farmer disease. I now reside ia Wrighistown, Burlington county, New Jersey, and am ready to answer aay Inqalries which may be made r?f,aeraing my lorraer disease, aad Dr. Higbee's medicine which cared oie. LYI'IA HAVILAND. In tbe moath of April! 1831. Dr. Higbee was called upon to prescribe for Mr. Samuel Challead-r, af Ceokstown, N. J., for tbe following sympu ois: constant pain la the leftside, palpitation of the heart ; lever la tbe afternoon, followed by night sweats; a hard, diy coagb; much emacla 10a, and in fact all tbe symptowsof Palmonary Co ?sumption In its worst form. Un-lertbe firm belief tbit his case ? as Incurable, Mr. Challender had resitted all the eatreatiesof hia friends to call medical assivance, aad coasequently his case was far advan ced before Dr. H gbee was applied to. Koowlag that Dr. Ilighe??a system did not require ihe use af an* drastic or oni aoiioes meiticiae, be fiaally consented lo try the laediciae^A qaant ly of It was praonred, and for many months Dr. Ilig l ee h? aril no more af the case. In the month of M?rch sue ceediag, oa a cold stormy day, Mr Challender in persoa call ed npoa Dr. HiKbee.aat so changed that be was noi recoga.s* ed until he nnonaoced his name Me was now a stroag and heal hy man. and had called to express his gratitude, staling that hensed hia lile aad bis present robust health to Dr. If. alone? ibat the relief from the ose of tbe medicine had beea almost immediate? aad that he was able to bear aay etposure or fatigue without inconvenience. The latest inteldgeace, (oaly a few moatbs since) which Dr. N<gb?e has leceived from Mr. Challeader, was that be w as ia the eajoymeat ol perfect health. Pr.rv, ?! oer bottle. For tnl?br THOMAS C. CONNOLLY, l?* Chatham Square, Bole Agent lor the ciljr of N*w York. O* Dr. H. H Hlrhee, having tall eooffilenee In Thnmns C. Ctinoolly has duly authorised hhu lo dispose of HIOBBR'M M ?: WIC'lN K in the city ol New Vork . and hereby as.urethe public that tbe medicine procured firom Mr. Connolly, may be depended a poo as genuine; that Mr Coooolly has the m?di cine hy purchase, and therefore ibat Dr. Higbee is no I respon sible for any rdveni?tag or other sgpensos mnnected there with: And th- said Thorns* C. Connolly hereo* certifie?that be, the sant Coawolly, tsalooe resnonslbie for all ?*'enee c.?n nected with the bus ness in Mew York, ami that be is the only person auihurltrd lo seU Ibe medicine in the rhy of New York. ft. H, HUIBKB. M. D iy3l eodSt* TIIOMAX C COMNOLtT. j ^EW YORK BAZAAR For Plain os?d Pancjr I*nper ll?*ea of oil ? tnos im) sites, it* tv?m stvi.i. ??d roe anr i.tHK er Business wmrno, 1)11 Fulton Sireet? Throe d mrs f<-om Nassau st new roue. _ . . tT City and eouatry mercbanw will find cooatsntly a eery large stock on hand. They can be ac nmmodated at short no tice to any etae or any quantity thev please? also, by shipping Ihem in soomfftable a packing as may be desired to aay part of America. , . . Heal geoeloe Cologne Water, Imported fr?m l.-rmany, ol a most so per*ornuallty-wlll satisfy every purchaser. Also, just received by late arlval. a flee loi oj GRATE APRONS, nftheinnst beauiifel patterns, which suract Hie attention Ladies wooderfally. myll-lmlt 'FUUTII ACHR-TeCTMl ACIIF? Why will you I suffer with the tooth ache, when there is a perfect remedy*.' It has recently been discover ed that the Extract of Gall an.| Kreoeoie is a perfect remedy Cor istotbacbe. It can be used with perfect safety. It remoees from tbe tooth Ihe part that is decayed, and lesvea It white as ootbe oul?lde? it remove* the unpleasant smell from the breath, ao>t tt gives almost msta t re lief from the paia.however severe It has be, n used bv thou sands, nnd It baa never failed to give relief whs n It could be pl*r.e<< le contact with the decoyed tcMn. Prepared hy *n Brown, Boston, aod sold ia this city by the dos?n nr stagle bostlea, by A. B h ?. Beads, No. Euh*o, con er of Wmlam street. N. B ? A Uhend okmoual to iheee who parehaee hy the do MS. )*? l? I from oar Eveni?g|Kdltion] p . Coronation. ?F?M"hVch W^hJSkS.'?' 'h* COmm""'m Sft&Sl i,??' ?" ??- . Glory be to Tbee *>i^.1?hy,fk,ry ' Th- iMkk ~ 10e?.O Lard most HigU. Amen." vice. S U,J 1 iun l)C'*an l'le communion ear f?Sh&w*"Md by ,hc * ??*"?* TH? GOSPEL. rhe Oo?pe wai read by the RmUop of Carliale ixii lV.6"' W' 6 Pe?P ' standins!- Sl- Matthew,, The service being concluded, the Bmhopa who had au^iaied returned to their Meat#. THB HIINON was preached by the Bishop of London, who, before ue conclusion of the creed, had ascended the pulpir, placed against the pillar at the no. th-esst corner of me theatre, the Queen anting in her chair on the south siuc ot the altar, over against the pulpit, with the Bi shop or Durham standing on her right, and beyond nun, oh the same side, the noblemen carrying the swords; on her left hand the Bishop of Bath and ?Us, and the Lord Great Chamberlain. Un the north side of the altar the Archbiahop of ( aaterbury sat in a purple velvet chair; near the 50p 8 *?rter uf nrm'> on the nlinr .* neMt , ^eL(^ueen'8 phair, nearer to thft altar, t.ie Dean and Prebendiartes of Weatminater. v Ti u??1 taken from 2d Chronicles, c. xxxtr,. v. .it And the King stood in his place and made a. covenant before the Lord, to walk after the Lord, and to keep hia commandments, ami his teatimenira, and hm statutea, with all his heart, and with all hia soaL to p?Tforrn the words ol the covenant which are writ ten in this book. ' thic oath. . The sermon being concluded, and her Majeatv hav ing on Monday, the 20th day of November, 1837 ia. the presence of the two houses of Parliament, made and signed the declaration, the Archbishop advanced toward the Queen, and standing before her. addreaaed her Majeaty thus: Madam, iayoer Majeaty willing to take the oath? And the Queen answering, I am willing. The Archbishop ministered these questions; and the Queen, having a copy of the printed form and order ol the coronation service in her hands, anawered each question severally, as follow*:? Archbishop. W ill you solemnly promiae and swear to govern the people of thia United Kingdom of Oreat Britain and Ireland, and the dominions thereto belong ing. according to the statMea in Parliament agreed on and the respective Iswa and customs of the Same ? Queen. I solemnly promise so to do. Archbishop. Will you to your power cause law and justice, in mercy, to be executed in all your judg ments 7 ' J B Queen. I will. Archbishop? Will von to the utmost of yomr power maintain the laws of Ciod. the true profeaslon of the Gospel; and the Protestant reformed religion estab lished by law ? And will you maintain and preserve inviolably the aettlement of the united church mf Kne a j a"d Ireland, and the doctrine, worship, discipline, and government thereof, as by law e.tabl.shed withim hngland ami Ireland, and the territories thereanto be longing? And will you preserve into the bishops and clergy of England and Ireland, and to the churcbee there committed to their charge, all such rights and privileges as by law de. or shall appertain to them, or any of them? Queen? All this I promise to do. Then the Queen arose out of her chair, attended by her supporters, and assisted by the Lord Great Chamber lain. the sword of state alone being carried before Her Majesty, proceeded to the altar, where. kneeW ?.n the cushion placed on the steps, aad laying her right hand upon the Holy Gospel in the Great Bible. k h,4^n e?7i?V? Jh2.proces.ion. and wa* now brought from the artarTy the Archbifbop. and tendered to Her Majesty, she took the eoroutiaa oath, saying these words : ? The things which 1 have here before promised, I will perform, and keep. So help me God. Then the Queen kiased the book, and to a transcript of the oath aether ttoval sigr manuel, the Lord Cham berlain of the Household holding a silver atandisb for that purpose, delivered to him bv an officer of the Jewel otbee. THE A MHO INT I no. The Queen having thus taken her oeth, returned to her chair on tne south side of the altar, where Her Ma jesty had sat during the sermon; while kneelin# at her faldstool, the hyma y?ni, Crtatnr Vpiritu* was sun? by the choir, the Archbishop of Canterbory readier the hrst line. * The hymn being eaded. the Archbishop read the prayer, preparatory to the aanointing ? The choir then sang the anthem j /adod the priest, and Nathan the prophet, annotated Solomon King; and all the people rejoiced aad aaid: (.<?d save the King, long live the King, may the Khar live forever. Amen. Hallelujah. At the commencement ef the anthem, the Qneen, rising from her devotions, went before the altsr, attended by her supporters. and assisted by the Lord Great Chamberlain, the sword of state being carried before her, where the mistress of the tobes, assisted by tba Lord t#rest Chamberlain, divested her Majesty of her crimson robe, which waa immediately carried by the groom of the robes into St. Kdward's Chspel. The Queen then proceeded to Kin/ Kdward's okair. which was Disced in the midst of the area, over against the altar, covered n ith sloth of gold, with a fald stool before it, and sat down to be annointed. Four kinghta of the garter? namely, the Deke of Kntlsnd, the Marquis of Anglesey, the Mar., ?ia of Baeter, and the l)uke of Bfiecleucti (turn mined bv Jevmty garter I holding over her Majesty s rich pall of silk, or cloth of gold, delivered to tkein by th* Lord Oreat Cham berlain, whe hsd received it from an officer of the war Irobe. The anthem being concluded, the Dean ofWestm mater, taking the ampulla and apooa from off the altar, held '.hem reedy, poaring aome of the holy oil into the spoon, with which the Archbishop then aanointed the Queen, in the form of a croea. cm the crown of the head, and on the palms of both the hands, pronouncing the words : Be thou anointed with holy oil, as kings, priests sad propheta were anointed : And as Solomon wss anointed King by Zadok the Crieat. and Nathan the prophet, so be you anointed lessed, and consecrated Queen over this people, whoaa the Lord ysur God hath given you to rule and govera. in the name of the Father, and the Son, and of the Hole Glmat. Amen. * The Dean of Westminster then laid the ampnlls and spoon upon the altar, and the Queen kaeeline at the faldstool, the Archbishop standing on the north sida her-? "' pro"ounce'1 ^ PriJ?r or bleaaing over Lord Jetes Christ, the Son of Ood, whe hv his PjiKm ist?isi?d with the oil ot |lsdn*?s a iove bis >e|low* kt h s h"ly anointing i-ar down upon v., or |.?,t heart thJ. Uie??ing o< the Moijr Ohost, an?( p o?p?f the w?r?s ef ?o?r ? ????? by 'h' awtsiaere nf h i heive.ly grmcr preserve th. people co,. m.tterf io >..er char,e in FuH*1"' .*?T I alter a Ion* anil gloilous coarse a2 rating Ihis temporal hint??t m wisely, Jmtly, and rell(in?j? yoa msy at I. si tie maJe partaker mf <n eternal kmriw through the merita of iesas Chrl.i oar Lord. Amen. This prayer being ended, the Queen arose and reauraed her seat in St. Ktlwarrl's chair. The knighu of the garter having returned the pall to the Lord Cham> berlain, who delivered It again to the efftcer of the wardrobe, went to their proper seats. AMTI Kit 1 1 li I' f. K I H-- t run on# to - - - set WITHOUT r H * rv* p ,< , * G on , h, 7rCT Blesotaim spbrric pre?.urp ,t,y M I.RVK1T |u.,u ron.l?av, entrance first Owsr in Warree at- TK- il. nsent snii tiistinKsiat.Ing leatsrr nf this method *^1-!*" ly effVf llsrol the^ssenlial Mhjsrtsof the emr .nrt the sup-Nla.l teeth Intbemoa-h, wh.dly it m sres springs, or anv other siadl*, means P> ed In this improvement, who are yet ^ *.!'f tore and eaient, mav see hv . n t iST ? r nSfsIrJyjfr WHICH krkklv orrViiKD to? sis is ditf? rent In principle and reanlta f,?_ a Jv JJv 2.'^ ^ est tPJXZTJZ K.' r?