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Vol. x,, Ro. ee-wnoi* no. aeao.
PATERSON RAILROAD.
From Patrrson to Jrrssy City. ,
Ob ud after Monday, Oct. Id, 1MJ, the can will W**
raTKBIOR Dm.T, LnaVB N*W ?<>** j
A- M. $
UM " P?M?
P M. , , "
Tha Sunday Timina will be discontinued unul furtlier nei'ranspnrtaiion
eara leave daily (Bondnrs eaeepted.) Taaiea
aers are advised to be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlandt Jtreet, a ,
few tuiuute. before the staled hour* of departure JyW 6m? ,
W1 N T K ?TkHA IN <J 1CM K N T? K u ft ALBANY. 1
Via BRIDGEPORT and *%?*!
^ HouiaTOHic III Watraan
^C^^^^3aHaiLD*oaij?, Lai^y, Sundaye^^pj^pj
Passenger* lor Albany by this Route will take thTLe"^ and J
elegant sieamboat NIMROD. C^>t. J. Brooks, which leaves t
i New York from foot Liberty etraec, Thursdaylinorning at half
| past t o'clock, for Bridgeport, thence by the Honeatonic and
Western Itailroa la, without chanie ol cars or baggage crates,
to Albany, arriving earn, ee-nmg at I o'clock, rare through
?. ? . . .
Kor passage or Freight, apply on board, or at the office, foot
of Liberty street. (i. M. PERRY, Agent. <
Ill8ec I
&ASTAT AND flg&a-:
On and alter Tuesdiy, February 27th, the Boata will leave
aa follows, until furtl er notice
Leuvi St at en Itltind. l.tave New York.
At 8)4 A. M. At 9 A. M. I
1? " 18 " |
2 P. M. SK P. M. 1
5 M 6% M '
v. U. On Sunday the boat will leave at 11 instead of 12.
fe29rc
T A FSKJ CELT'S 1
GENERAL EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE
sk m imm.
ARRANGEMENTS FOK 1844. j
The subscribers beg to call the stteution of their friend* and i
the public generally to their superior arrangement* fo' bringing |
out paaaengan from, and ran it'ing money to all parti o? 1
Engla- d, Ireland, Scotland and Waiat.
|THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS,
c COMPRISING
THE QUEEN OF THE WEST, ISM ton*
THE SHERIDAN, 1000 ton*.
THE ROCHESTER, 1000 ton*.
THE GAURICK. 1000 ton*. I
?HE HOTTINO\jER, 1000 ton*. ,
HE KQSCUIH, 1000 ton* !
THE LIVERPOOL, ,150 ton*. ,
THE SID' ONS, 1000 t<mt
Sailing from Liverpool twice averv month, and i
THE UNITED LINE <>F LIVERPOOL PACKETS, ,
Q*mpo?ed ol ?u lienor, fust class American packet*, anil in* i
from Livrimol four time* in each mouth, are the ship* in i
which those whose passage may beenga'ed w.tb the subscriber* i
* wiil come c ut in, and it is a well kifiwn fact the above named
packets aie the most magnificent ships ailoat and the frequency
ol their tailing, {beingevery five davs) prevents the possibility
of passengers being unnecessarily detained at Liverpool. Regardless
of expense, in order to meet the wants of the public
Hud tha wishea oftheir Itienda, Mr. Wm. Tappscott, one of the 1
firm, has gone to Liverpool to superintend the departure for this ]
country of such persons whose passage may be engaged with '
the subscribers, a fact, which to thoae aroti-.iuled with Mr, W.
T., is a sufficient guarantee that they will receise everv alten- '
tioo from him. and be Quickly and romlorubly despatched. j
buet-id cnose sent tor decline coming the passage money
will be promptly refunded, without any deduction?aa uaual. 1
Keuislsancea?Those remitting money can be supplied with
draita at signs, lor any amount, payable IR c of discount or any
oiner cuisrge, m every principal town in Eaglaud, Ireland, J
beotsind and Wile*
svppsy in ay itcttr, po?t paid,) to
vf * J. T. TaPSCOTT, 43 reck ilip,
itew x org?or to J
ym WM 1 AP8COTT, Liverpool. '
PASSAGE FROM ENGLAND. IRE'AND, SCOT- J
LAND AND WALES, VIA LIVERPOOL. <
THE subscriber In* made uui quailed arra< g?m?ut* J
KHWyfar bringing ont emigranta this year. '844. Thoae j
jtMuHhsendingTor their frieud* would do well to apply at 1
the old vetabliahed packet office of
JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South ?t. I
N. B.?The thins ci thi* line now leave Liverpool every live '
day*, and dr-fn can as usual be furnished for any ami.uut. pay- '
able at all the principal bankiag institution* throughout tne '
united kingdom, apply ts above. m'Jec I
PASSAGE FROM DUBLIN. CORK. WATERkXHW-FOKD.
DERRY, COLERAINe, BELFAST,
jHplBCi>iawr.. D'oghtda, he ?Persons wishing to send for
their Iriend can nave them brought out irom any of the above <
pons lu first class A me icm Packet Ships, ou the most reason- '
able terms and without their experiencing any unnrcessa y detention.
Mr W. Ta scnlt, one of the firm, will be on tin 1
spot to give his personal attention to the posseuger* engaged
bv the subscribers or their axe..t* here, and persons may rely
tint tlie wishes and comforts of those whose passage may be
engaged by them will have all due and proper attention. For 1
particulars apply, if by lettrr. post-| aid, to
W?li J. 1. TAPSCOTT,
at their General Passage Office, <3 Peck Slip, cor. Sooth street, '
where, alia, Drati may be obtained, for large rr small anms,
payable on demand, without discount or any other cha ge, at
<h National or Provincial Bank* of Ireland, or any ol their
branches throughout th* Kingdom le23 rc '
tjfit BLACK BALL. OR OLD LINE OF LIVER- I
k$3?WPOOL PA' Ktt'l 8?FOK LIVERPOOL.?Regu- i
JWHBalar Packet of the 16lh March.?The new magnificent i
and ceieoraled last sailing packet ship MONTEZUMA. |
burthen Pifltius, CaptiinA. B. Lowber, will positirelysail i
> on Saturday, 16th March, her legolarday.
It is weil known that the accommodations of the MONTEZUMA
for psaseugers, are fitted out iu a mint suieib manner,
with every modem improvement and convenience, that can add ;
1 >i tk'* comfort of those emliirking, who should call and see
this sph'nd d specimen of uaval arch t-r tare before engagr g iu i
any other sestet. For passage iu csbin, second cabin and I
ste. rage, apply an boaid, foot ol Beekuiaii slree?, ?r to'be sub- i
timbers, KUCriE, hROTHEito A CO , <
?? L" ..?, .Inn. ,i.? n,..,ir
P 8?The MOnTc-ZUMa, tail* from Live/|>ool oil ifr
)*l May. Persons sending fur their friends tan hart them
brought out in lier, or in any of the packet* nt this magnificent '
line, filing liom lh?t Tort punctually on the lit arcl 16th of '
recti mou'.h Drafts at all limas lor ssle on (he Koyal Bank of
Ireland, and 01 M'lara Pre?cot', (irote, A me* Ik Co , Banke s, j
London, or pa.iagr. lie apply a* above
1 he aacke ship EUROPE, will lur.eeed the above packet I
and nail for Liverpool on Cbe lit of April, her irjuiar da\
in6t!6re '
aww "OH LIVERPOOL?The New Line Regular
Packet llat March.?The aoperior New York bmli
jHfiNmPackrt (hip HOTTINOUEtt. Capt Ira Bursley,1030
lone oariheu, will aail aa above, her regular day.
Kor freight or passage, having very superior accommodation*,
apply to tne Captain on board, at weal tide Burling ?lip. or u
woodhull It MINTCrNB,
47 Month at.
The sapenor packet ihip Liverpool, Capt John Eldridge,
IKI ton* bnrtnen, will auccaed the Houinguer, and rail on
her regular day,lift April m?to6rrc
PACKET FOR LIVERPOOL?To aail positive
UWyly on the ,7th int.?The aplendid new faei sailing
JHHKapacket ship COIIOTA. Capt Hepburne, nuw on her
tec ,ii voyage, will sail i nuctanlly at above, ner regular day.
The aupenur racket ha* etcelli nt accommodation* on a few
more cab n passengers, who will be taken at* very lew rate, if
early application be made.
Permus withing to aend for their friend* cm have them
bronght out in the c.biu, second cahiu, or aieerigeol this favor.te
packet, which will leave Liverpool about tne 30th April,
on the moat favorable terms, b'or particulars ariiyon board,
or to W. It J. T. 'I APB',OT 1',
riurc 43 Peck Slip, corner 4outh street.
' KOK LIVERPOOL?NEW LjNkT?liegulai
isnvvPacket of 30th Mar. h.?The splendid packet ahi]
dHHNmROelClUB, Capt. John C lliut, of 1040 tons, wil.
ail aa above,her regular day. Kor freight or passage, having accommodations
nncnnallrd for splendor or comlort, apply or
board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to
E. K. COLLINS at CO.
Pneeof passage, $100. SO Sooth street.
The packet ship Hiddons Capt. E. B. Cobb of 1000 ton*
will sncceed the Koecius, and sail the3oth April, her regula 1
, day.
Passengers may rely upon the ships of this line sailing pane
toally as advertised ftt i
FUR LI VERPOOL?Kevular Packet of the Sth
bATMVMarch?The splendid packet shin PATRICK HEN- I
Caplain Del ma, burthru 1093 tons, will sail as
niiove, Her regular day. i
The accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steeragpassenger*
are unsnrpaseed by any vesntl in port Persous wish
ing to embark should make early ai plication on bo-rd, loot of I
Maiden Lruie, or to J McMURRAT,
105 Pine street, enr of Bonth street
Persons wishing to tend for their Iri-ndt can have them
bronght out by the above ship or any of the icgnlar packets tail
tag weakly, by applying aa above, if by letter post paid.
P. H.?Drift* tt signt. for la-ge or small sums, are drawn by
tie subscriber on tne Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at '
their respective Branches throughout the Country. Also, on
Men?rs Spoourr. At.woi.d Ik. Co., Banker*, Loudon, pay.ihle iu !
erery town in (J rail Britain ^ fe24 tnMOrc 1
FOR LTVERPOOL-Regulgr Pnckrt or the llth
MllV March?Tlie uiwrior packet ahip VI KOi Nl A."*,
jflBHIeCept Allen, will Mil u aboee, her regular day.
livr aceommoiltiiuus am equal to any resael in port: persons
wishing to embitk by thu couvevance, in the cabin, 2d cibin,
or steerage, ihould make early application to
JOSEPH McMURHAY,
m4 rc "" '*'n* ' corner Mouth
KOK LONDON?Heaular packet of the 10th of
kjtJ^W*4areh - i'h? apleudid packet ahip UUEBEC, Capt
JSHBabllebird. will tail as abore, her regular day.
The accommodation for cabin, eec >nd Cabin and steerage
passengers, am unsurpassed by any Teasel in port Persona
wii.hi in to embark should make early application no board,
font ol Maiden lane, or to JOSEPH McMURHAY,
mt re. ,nn"t corner of South.
-JMHt PAsSAteF. HIH OI.AKfOW?Will haee im
iWKmediate diatittch. trie splendid, feet aiilini regular
JkatfiBEeiieck-t ahip ADAM CAltlt, Captain Scott, will aail
aa ae. ?n
, She liaa excellent accommodation* for cab n, second cabin
and a lev rare pniam(nrs. Those wishing to aeenre bertha
ahonld make ear y applica'ion to
W.kJ.T.TAPBCOTT.
43 Peck slip. cor. South atThe
Adam Carr will sail from Glasgow about the ls< of May
?those desirous of lending for th.-ir fiiendi, can hare them
hronght out in this fine ship on the most reasonable terms by
applying aa abore. f27ee
FOR 4JLASUOW?KF.GULAH TKADEKInlVM
sail March t ?The hue. fast sailing British Barque
JHH^lADAM CAR R, Scott, master, williad as above ? u
For i rriaht of the bulk of 300 bales Cotton, or puaagr, apply
on board, pier 14, K. H . or to g
mlit 6 WOODHOLL fc M1NTURNS. 117 South stmet
MM!> FOR MiW ORLEAN4?Louisiana and baa
tJflfW York; Line-R.sitirely First Heaular Pack t-T > tai v
JwBCsl th Ma-ch?The f?at aaiiiug racket ah p OASTON, ?
''apt. O. Eldridge, will rail aa shore, her regular day. hur
freight or lists *e, liaring handsome accommodatiuua, apply on i
board, at Orleaua wharl, f >ot o' Wall at er to
K. K COLUNS It CO , 5fi Seuthat. l
I'caitirely nofaight rece.md after Saturday arming, the 9t'i
S linpers br tHia line may rely upon haring thair goods cor- *
rert!y n.eaaored.
Ag'iila in New Orleans, Hnllin k Woodruff, who will
rr mplly forward all giiodalo their addreaa.
V. The pacaet ahip Louierille, Capt Hunt, will succeed the
Osi'on, aud tail 20th March her tegular day. mj ,c
~ JfdH^ FOR HALE.?The aloop THOMAS COL V Elf
aftWWef Sing Sing, now laying at the foot of Spring street,
JBHOimiNew York, She was built by Thoma* Colyer, at
Sine Si. g, and ia Are years old, and one of the fastest aad heal
limit sloopaon the Hudson rirer. Shi ia eantre-board, nnd of
I glit draught of water, and carriei abont 120 tons, and is wall
ail irted for the freighting or lumber bntinena. For farther par- ticuiara
apply to JOSEPH AOATF.,
237 Broadway, New York, i
Admiaistratotoflheealateof Franklin Agate, decerned. 1
mJ lm*ec g
??? ? ' '
E NE
NEW
STEAM POWER TO LET.
t ROOMS TO LET will STEAM POWER^-Possession
to be given 1st May, Apply U the "Hob" P. T.
M. and Saw Manufactory,
' ?"= K and >1 Oold streec |
M , *1 O LET? A house situated at Bio* miugdale, about i
TjjjW ill uiilra fro.ti the cilv. Jt is d, lightfully situated on
Jaj^thc bank ol tnr Hudson, and is lemarluhly healthy. The
inane rontnus sev?n rooms, wnli pleasure garden, lie. attached.
Kent 1*0 per annum. Apply at the Abby Hotel Blooming- ,
ait lm*rc i
a WANTED TO FUKCHaBE?In Brooklyn, new
the button Kerry, er Williamshuig. near the IVck Slip
"erry. a good two story and attic, or three story house.
rVuy one having inch to disiaiseof, may hear of a cash par:haser
by addrassiug a note, staling leca'iou, lie., to boa 130
ipper post t-flice, N. V. mi ee
tKOK e ALE?A neat and eery couvement Cottage on
the Mill Rotd, North Shore, Statrn Island, within filtreu
mina'es walk of either the Csstletnu or Port Kithitramboat
landing. Attached to the Cottage is hali? an
icre of eicellent land, with p variety of yonug and thrifty fiuit
jess. Enquire on the premises of
fll lm*m JEREMIAH SMITH
a TO LET OR LEASE?A desirable residence in the
couit'T.tnirable for a gentleman doing business in the
city of New Yerh. The house it in the Engligh cottage
ity e. modern bui't and iu good repair; together with ten acres
ifland, inclndiug a garden, and a good i table and coach house.
It is situated at Morrisania rear the Hailem River, in Westtheater
County, within ten miuutes walk of the Harlem Railroad.
For terms and further particulars, inqnre of
H M. M JRKI8, ESQ.
f29 1w?re No. II Pine street, vecond story.
.ML TO LET, CHEAP?A Country Seat consisting ol
T-vjD about thirteen acres of Inid. with a large aud convenient
I'Jl story House, Stable, Carriage House, Ice House,
Tiled, a large tier 'en, with abund-mce of fiuit, situated on the
tia-ks of the Hudson River, opimsite the flute.i Reformed
Church?distance from the City Hall four aud a half miles
For fuithsr particulars, enquire on the premises
N. COBB.
N. B.?The Blooraingdale and Knickerbocker Stages pass
the gate every haif hour. U !m*rrc
TO LET?The HAMILTON HOU eE. situated at
the Narrows, near Fort Hamilton. This well known
(lotal and grounds will be very much improved since
isnn, and a large Stable aud sued added to tneout buildings.
The property in front, on the shore, has also been purchased?the
buildings and grounds will be repaired aud unproved,
and a dock erected directly in front?tha whole of
which will be let with the Hotel.
For particular! inquire of the subscriber, on the premises
GEORGE 8. GELSTON.
Fort Hamilton, February I2th, 1044. 127 tw*re
TO LE <?Thr THAL1AN HALL, No. 460 Grand
street, at > he intersection of East Broadway, ii to let or
lease It was originally fitted up for a ball room, and
sry convenience forsucli a pnrp se, bar has been occupied
for the last t?ree years as a church, and is now fitted up
with seat* for that purpose. The Temperance Societi-s have
ilso met there ones a week. It is located iu the i hirteenth
ward; and there is no other so convenient plsce for politi al
meetings, or any room so large, in the eastern section ot the
:ity. The third story would mans most eicellent accommodations
fir a Lodge rf any kind, U will ba rented low to a good
[eaanr, who conld make, it is bel.eved, a living ont of it by retenting
it Enquire in the store b-low the llall,of
f IG lm*rc T It J. W. COLLINS.
a COUNTRY SEAT AND FARM TO LEASE.?
A rare opportunity is now offered to any gentleman
wishing to retire from the city. The Fa'tit contains
ibnut 120 seres of land, situated on fliroggs* Neck, Westchester,
and lies directly on the Sound having a mile m-i a
naif of shoie and neailv the whole nnd-r a good state of cultivation.
A large doable honse and laige Darn are on the premiiet.
For lish'Ug and sporting the pace canuot be surpassed.
Fourteen miles from Nsw York, and fum from the Railroad
Depot, at Williams' Bridge, tlia communication is so easy that
a man nay do business in tne city and reside with his family
it the Neck, as several gentlemen in the vicinity do. Apply to
THOS. T. FERRIS, 28 La Fayette Place, or THOS. HARRISON,
91 Madison st. m3?w*ec
FOR SALE?TnF LEASE, FORM URE AND
FIX i URES OF A FIRST CLASS HOTEL,which
nas been established I ur years as a Lodging ilonte and
i bar 'Oi m. '1 he b<d roem furniture is oftoebrst quality.
rK. Bar mom and Saloon am fi ted tap in a style unsurpassed
ny any Hotel in the Union. All the fast fixtures must go with
die ltasa. but a Urge portion of the other fixtures and furniture
will be removed if required. The above honse is doing a great
luainess?but it is not expected ihat anv one will believe this
jam statement, but it will be proved to the saiiafacti >n ef the
nost sceptical, who inay wish to purchase. Possession to be
liven on the first of Mav next; or a partner witha cos/i capital
>f $2,000, and good qnalifi-ations to conduct the establishnent
would ie taken, if preferred. The Infer condition is ne:essary,
as the present proprietor will be engaged in other busi-ess
which w.II require the major pait of tits time. Address
'r'. J. R at his office. m*> lln*r
MTO LET?The fonrstory granite front Brick Store}
New street, near Wall strrst
The three itory biick Hooie 38 Hudson itreet, Jersey
nty. fronting the river, and uear the ferryIhree
story brick House 34 Walker itreet, between Broadway'
and Church street, in excellent order.
The two story brick front House 213 Church street, one door
ibove Walker street.
Three story brick Store 207 Cherry street, corner ol P,ke St.,
occupied as a feed store, bv Messrs. Geo. Valet-tine St Co.
Two story brick House No. ? Rivingtou str.-et
Two story brick House 301 Bowery, occupied by Dr. Wm
Bailey. Ileuts moderate. Apply to
JOHN F. DELAPLAINE. 5 New street.
uear Wall street.
LOT8 ON BROADWAY FOR SALE-Five lou ou the
west side of Broadway, three between 17th and 18:h streets,and
two between 18th and 19th streets, including both corners of
I8lh street. This property is uear Onion square, ou elevated
(round, and apposite the proposed site of the Washington Moin
Blent. The front en Broad way is about 125 feet. The whoV
purchase money may remain on mortgage for a number of year:,
if the property is immediately improved. Apply as above.
f7 ln?*rre
ssm FOR SACK?On Staten Is'aod, within one mile of the
psM|Quareiitiiie, a small Farm ol tiftivn ncres; about one halt
agft^is covered with voung wood the balance is suitable tor
rardeu purposes. There is s modern two story house with a
kitchen adjoining, and a never failiug well by the door. Also,
t baru and a Urge variety of fruit trees. For further particulars
runmre of THOMAS 8 CATIY,
fit I in* m I Quariutine, Smten Island.
wage FARM WANTED?On a lease of ten success ve
IpMinri, with from twenty to forty acres ofland, in the best
*dUkState of til'ag-, wi h house, baru, wagon house, andall
ind every thing belonging to the same, as the leuaut wishes to
[lurcliase everything, as fruits horses, cows, tic., as by luvrutory,
but net 1-irih r than six milts from New York, and it
IMissible nearer to the city.
Please to atdrtsa. post paid, J. W.. at this oflice, with price
jf yenrlv lease aud iurcbaae of articles.
Ct>ew Ymk. March 4, lilt. mi 2t*rc
KOJt SALE.
*kgg A F ARM in the Towuili p of Orange, N. J? six miles
PCrekfrom Newark and two from No-th Oinuse?108ac.es, two
^Jha.ihirds meadow and arable, balance thiifty wood? house
iix roams, garret and cellar, lately repaired?baru aud outbuild i
'gs gooda?apple aud peach orchard?plenty aina'l f nit well
watered by springs?gucil well at door?very healthy situation
?lure water. To he sold a bargain, with stock ii desired ? poslestion
when required Apply at 10 Frrry si, 131 Divisiou it,
"2 Dey st, or GEO. BLACKBURNE, Ferry Lane, oil th</lace.
in.'ilinTe.
SEEDS OK EVERY KIND JUST RECEIVED
BV THE
PACKETS QUEBEC AND HENDRICK HUDSON.
DUN LAP & CARMAN
?%g| TAKE this opportunity of retnnnng their thanks to
Ra| their f iends and the public, for the liberal patronage bedim
stowed upon them since n|i*niiig then new Seed Store
tnd Conservatory. They have just reeeiied an additional supdyofaM
the beat known varie.ti a of Annual, Biennis1. and
Perennial Flower Seeds, Veg 'able Seeds nf all kiiOa,
Jrsis eeds of the beat kinds. H riug Wheat, Potato
Data, Ash Leaved and other early Potatoes. *H in prime
irder. Exotics offev-ry description, suitable for parlor
r green house culture; Bouquets, composed of the most
rlioice and -Vlicstell iwers, for ariual or other festive partiei;
Biditand Bird Cages, (sold Fish nud Globes, fancy Flower
Vases and Stands, of various Patterns, with other fancy articles,
ill of Which will D sold on the 1 wet terms. They beg le se
to inf. rm their Trie ds aud the public, that they have uot an old
teed of any kind in the store, and Inve spared neither puns nor
xpeuae to procure the beat seeds of the last seas n'a growth,
from the in <st respectable houses in tn s country and Europe
'II I'l'which will tia warranted. < stabilities wi I be ready lor
istribu iou early the ensuing week. All those in want will
please cs I and etamiue fur themselves before purchtsing eltrwrere.
English Split Peas, Oatmeal and Kmbden Groats for g'uel.
fruit and ornam-ntal Trers of all kinds Grape vines and flowTing
shrubs. herbaceous plants, Ac. Ac., always ou hand at
the new Conservatory ami Seed Store, 633 Broadway, New
Vork.
Several practical Gardeners wanting situations, apply as
ibove. f27 1 in in
N I II L O ' 5
CONSERVATORY JIN D SEED ESTABLISHMENT.
luuiviru riip vuirau sitrtriiQ
THK 8UBSC1UBt* K, in acknowledging the liber*'
KwQ >atrouage rec*ivd by him this seaton, for which h? is
MmMtrver gratefnl, now b-g to iuform his patrons nod the publ
c ihit the rztensive arrmagem nls for the spring business
I which were msde by himself when in Kurnpe last winter, with
treat ca r, unrrmi'ted attention, and wi hout any regard toes,ieii?e,
hare just been completed by toe recent arrivals Oi the several
packet ships from London and Haere.
The stock will be f innd to contain superb earieties of new
inuual, biennial aud perennial Flower Seeds, many cf wiueh
ire eery rare, and will bs found well worthy the attention of
ill lover* of Flora.
Vegetable and Field Seeds have also been imported, of those
inds only which are desirable to be nbtanird at a foreign marlet;
other aorta, for which the American | roduitions are more
elebmted.have been crown by men of eiperience and integrity
'or Ihit etlahlithmenl only?all of which can he strictly relied
ipon as being genuine, and, in fact, are warranted
The Proprietor would also beg local* public at'eution to the
act that iu orserall the deeds from this establishment almnld
ear n gentiine character li- caused all llieold seeds (procured
ly his laie partner, Mr. Dnnlap) to be auld at piblic auction,
vithout any retrrve, by Mr W. II. Franklin, at hia rooms in
Iroad strret. ou the 27th Dee last, tad he can with confidence
stert there ia not a worthleaa teed in the whole stock uow ou
land
Double Dahlias?An eztensive collection of these bountiful
lowering Koala have alio been imported from the most emiieut
growers, and are bnlhs of the most choice Pr-ze < lowers
ihibiled in Kngland during the last two years. They are now
inaer propagation, and good eatabliahed plaint warranted true
n name will be ready P*r aale in due tiMson. Catalogues, couaininc
a fall description of each varietv, tweether with intru
lions for their Cultare, will bo published at an early
e'iod.
A large collection of fine healthy planta in Flowtr.tn in the
nnservatories, which will be found desirable ornaments for
he Parlor, Itc.
Bouquets, Haakets, and Vasea of Flowers ran be procured
n the shortest notice, put no in a neat but elegant style.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, hardy Hoses, It*, in
real variete.
Bulbous Flowering Roots viz : Gladiolus, Mezican Tiger
>'lower, Tiger Lily, Jacobean Lily, Tuberose, ste. lie., lor
ilanting early in Spring
Flower Stands, Fancy Tarra CotU Flower Vaaes and Pots,
if new ami handsome designs. Goid Fi h, Fish Globes, he.
/a largs a?s*mmentof Gardening Tools, Horticnlttiral and
Agricultural Books, lie on hand.
The above are now off-red for aale at LOW PRICES,
laving been iinr:hased fir c 'ah, onadv igtageona terms
I h* Third AnnnslLatalngneis uow in conr>enf publication,
nd will be ready for de.nery (gratia) early in the ensuing
so k.
Orders attended to with promptnesa. and thankfully received.
WILLIAM NIBLO, Sole Proprietor.
171 Broadway.
No connection with any other eatahlishment. f20 imrc
M TO THE BEAU MONDE.
THE NEW STYLE OF HATS,
AT BREWSTER'S.
\NO. 30? BROADWAY.
f 17 lw*m
TO PRINTERS.
70K HALE.?Two founts of Type, Mining and Ntmhsl,
ggWkm Nsw Y oikj Hetald. Apply |
W 1 (
7 YORK, WEDNESDAY
msa -ra?
rPHE SUBSCRIBER h?r?ty informs his friends nnd the
1 Public, that h? intends to comm -nee baking I'assn'er Bread
for the finiiint holidays, on Monday, the 2*lh instant. He
vtoold Tori extremely obliged by persous send nig in llieir orders
u soou ss uossib'e.
Notwithstanding that he has contracted with the cougregatiocs
*1nshi Clitst d Shari SlwmuiiH, aud Beth ltrutl, he still
shall teel hippy to snppty persons b* longing even to ether cougrega'ionx.
The inajority of the members of the Elm street
congregation having already sent in their orders the subscriber
feels ronlident that this noble and independent example will be
followed by othera, who should be similarly sitnaf-d in regard
to their owu congregation, who can act as they vlaaae without
being underauy restraint. M. 8. COllKN.
of a superior quality, six to the pound j
at six cents; meal eight cents per pound.
P. 8 - Orders taken for all kinds of Cakes for the approaching
holidays, at his Bakery, 41 Dey street, or b9 Ouane sueel.
I 20 I in* re
MAOHIN'S
LUGINA CORDIAL,
OR, ELIXIR OF LOVE.
p*01l the speedy and ceitain cure of female irregularities, im
1 potency, barrenness, tluer albue, incipient consumption,
conatutionsl debility, whether the result of imprudence, illness
or accident
The sensation produced by this worderfiil medical discoverry
in Paris, has be,u nearly equalled by its intr?d*cti<>u into
America, Numeuius testiinouials have been received from
those whose constitution was a ttvre wreck, but who have
boeri invigorated by this incomparable Cordial Others who
had i u ned their health by their own folly or extravagance,have
to and in this cordial th- meaus of reatoiaiiou, olte all other
medical aid had been used in vaiu. The hitherto childless tireside
has often been rendered happy, and the iutirin, the impotent
and the debilitated have again exulted iu the elasticity ana vigor
of by rone d.n>s.
Tt e agent of one of the interior village* i f Vew York states
a ca-a. hi which by tl e u-e of two botilei of Lucma Cordial, a
couple uf-er four years of bitter disappoi ineot, we e en bled
to rejoice oi?t the realization of the fondest hopes of a intrrii d
lif*
The igent for the city cf A., New York, rold a hottle to a
ff-ni'etniu who hid teen afflicted with a disease of th- urethra
for eleven tears. In a few davs lie returned and said he had derived
f.ir moie beuetil from I he one bottle tt is . from medical
treatment for eleven years. He immedi tely bought six ho.ties
in ire Uur space forbids us to name the iuau' rases tu w hich
we are at libeity to elrr. The universal a-tiafiction which
this inestimable Kliiir has given, not a single complaint having
bteu made, is uct one of the least proofs of its unrivalled
excellence.
Price $3 per bottle.
Hold at 91 Nassau at. New York;9fl North Sixth street, Philadelphia
; Smith At Fowle, 138 Washiuglon street, Boston
fe27 Im^ec
GAYLER'S UNION SALAMANDER SAFES.
CJ UaYLKH. Inventor and Patentee, 11*6. Several
thousands of Oavler's Patent Fira Proof Book Snfes^ of
all size* from 400 to 10,000 lbs. each have been in use during
tie last fourteen years and uot one has at any time failed to
S-eserve Pa contents when exposed to tire. Nearly one hun ed
have been very severely fated. Iu the great fire of 1836
about f.irty ere. in nae iu the distrirt, aud were, as tnecrrtilicaie,
affirm, as uiueh expoied to the i tensity of that tire as
they would have been in iny atnre at that tima destr yed; but
NOT ONE INSTANCE of failure has at any time occurred.
From long experience and attention to th- eff-cts produced
hy fire upon Saf-a, the patentee has been enabled to make
such improvements that ha can with full confidence recommend
his Union Salamander Book Safes, as heyoud all doubt
pr >of against the action of fire, free frcin dampness, and
strong enough to auslaiu any fall or pteriure to which they
can be exposed in the burning of a store. They are so cnn
true ed as to combine two perfect Iron Safes, united one with
in the olhs-, in snch a manner that the iuu-.-r Safe cannot be at
fee ted by auy heat to which the outer oue may be ex|?>aed?
eachSafa is made uf bar and plate iron,aud the most perfect nonconducting
substances, aud hat an inner aud outer door, each
secured hy a sn>table lock. An assortment of Gayler's Single
and Double Salamander Safes. Also hit Patent Donble Safes,
and Safes of all deicriptions of his manufacture, for sale at all
pricts, from Si5, by n>s agents in this city, viz S. Ely, II
Kul'ou street, near Gold street; A. 11. Moeu, 224 Pearl, opposite
Piatt street; Brett It Backus, 82 Maidrn lane, and by the
Patentee. C. J. GAVLEK.71 Fulton street.
near Gold.
Iron Safes, Specie Chests, Iron Doors, lie. made to order.
Ik lin*rre
CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS.
fPHE subscribers would iuform merchants visiting the city,
A who wish their own goods manufactured, that they are
prepared to manufacture every description oi Clrthiug. broin
their being accustomed to manulactnre for the Sonthern and
Yv esfrn markets for the last twelve years, th-y feel confident,
with.the large number of hands in their employ, to get up a
stock at skort notice and with entire satisfaction.
MANN lit McKlMM, 26 Carmine streetCT7*"
Knickerbocker Stages pass close to the store.
fl9 3tn*rrc
WILLIAM T. JENNINGS & CO.,
DRAPERS AND '1AILORS,
Nn 'I'll umiimviv
AMERICAN HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THft FOUNTAIN,)
OOLlCIT attention to an invoice of NKff GOODS refd
ceiyed per list steamer, direct from our agent in London,
consisting ol Cloths, Ca-finieres. iuvriensnrw styles, gplendid
Silks and Hating for dress Vests, Merino, Velvets, (ac.,
with a Inrge a-sortraeni of rich Silk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats,
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Dreiting-rolies, St'-.
We would suggest to our patroua that from this additional
facility, we shall he able to supply them at an early date with
all the novelties of the London and Paris markets, and sustain
the reputation of the establishment for the moderate prices
wkico have elicited to liberal a patronage since the adoption ot
tl* ready uisuey system, by which we are euibled to fnrniah
garments at from 21 to 2} per cent less than formerly?a
mature in the establishment, which mast commend it to those
requiring articles for immediate n>e, is the addition to our
stock of an assortment of first quality READY MADE OAKVIK.NTH,
including Hurtonts, Cloaks, Dress and Frock Coats,
Pantaloons and Vents, lu-.. ja2t lm*ec
genuine teas,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
the canton tea company,
I'limiyal Store, 131 Chatham street, New York.
Branch 8tore, 310 BUeeker st, N. Y.
Jlgoncy at 110 Fulton ilr'et, Brookyn.
'Jllto, corner of Main and Van Iloulon it, Pater ion, N. J.
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF CITY AND COUN1
TRY families and purchasers to thair several establish
msr.ts, where they think will be found by far the best w
ecttoit of pure and an adulters ted Teas in the United Htates.
The mi iversal popularity and renown ol their house, with raft*
ener to high qusiities. low prices and upright dealing, is too
well understood to render further comment necessary.
Original and only warehouse for the sale of Howqua's Black
I'm Observe? Strangers will be particular to remember the nmn
ner of the principal stnni ,u Chatham street,vie "HI," between
Pearl and Roosevelt streets.
The public willaisobe pleased to te.ks notice, that the csl-j
ton Tea Comisuiy have nothiug to do with any other stores
whatever, except thoae described at the lop of this advertise
sient. fit lm*rc
-m
S? EASY. FORGET THEY ARE ON.-DAY'H First
Premium Sheet K. Over Snors, with his new Elastic Sobs,
besides be ng the ue.tlsat and most durable overshoe in use. are
so perfectly adapted to the Boot and Pants, that the wearer is
ant to forget that he has en an over-shoe at all. So unlike every
other overshoe are they, that whoever esamines them will
canaii ly give them piefe-ence. They will completely dnawsy
with the double or walet proof Boot," which never keup out
'he water.
Warehouse, 26 Maiden lane, near Broadway. Those who
want Day's Over shoe should remember No. 25.
LIFE PREHEKVEHH AND JACKETS-The best article
manufactured in thn United States. Ord-rs for the South
Old West, and North, executed in the neatest possible style, by
th* msnufactu er. HORACE 11. DAY, 25 Maiden lane.
ft I m ere
hilies*. fat and calf skins.
TH1F HIGHEST PRICES given for Hides, Fat and Calf
k ekius, cash current money, on dt livery, at the Hide and
Fat Home of the subscriber, where contracts will be made for
'lalfskins by the season,or the highest price given by the pound
JOHN HUNN.
f tAlmf'e 22* fHwuhelh sr. between Prinee and lionston.
TO CONSUMERS OF LIVERPOOL COAL.
I IVEKPUOL COAL YARD ?08 Pr.R CHALDRON,
Id until further notice. Tbe subscriber in ends giving hn
particulra attention to the purchtve aud sale ol the above Coal
< imp.nmers of Lieerpool Coal ae invited to call on the sobicriher
cefore putcnasiug elsewhere, as he i> prepare I to sell at
imalt profiti. I . STOKES DICKERSON,
in 2 lni'rrc No. 107 Anlhouv at. near Itrosdwav.
" phenix house bazaar.
NO. 180 .1ND 101 MERCER STREET, NEXT TO
BLRECKER STREET.
eft _ The nut regular PUBLIC Al/CTION SALE
Irir^ will take place at this establishment, THIS
f I J ' nA V March Jth, commencing at eleven o'clock,
wi h Carriages Harness, Saddlery, he., new and second hand.
Gentlemen in the country haetng property to dispose of.
-itherat public or private sale, will have their orders faithfully
attended to.l
At Private Sale?25 fine young country horses, kind and
sonnd, lust in from the western part of the Sta'e; two superior
matched pairs of Bay Horres, a fine pair of Brown Horses, a
splendid pair of Ray Carnage Horses, oue very line Bright Barrel
H"rse, young, k'Pil and sound, end a very rest (roller.
Also, several se'y fine-addle Horses
Also, at private sale, a very handsome Kockaway Wagon,
need only on? week. and * number of new and second haul
Usmuche* and L is lit Wagoua.
Mora, a taken at Livery. aud kept in anparior style
Accommodations for dealere' hora.a, in atablea nnaurpuaed
by any establishment of the kind in lha Uuilad Slates.
MTi Ml \Ofc?Vehicles of all dracripiion takeu uu storage in
the large and conveui?ul Kenository ol ilia establishment
W. CO >VAN will altand prrauna'ly to all orders for bayinr
.10d relling horaaa.
All persons sailing properly at thia aitabliahmant may raly
upon having a true account of ail" rendared, and lha Inll
ain' n;it of proceed* will, in all caaaa, La. paid promptly in curiam
money. ... .
1 ha AllKNA of thia e?tnMi?htnent if built on an ant i raly
new and moat conraniant plan. bfuk ilauitrb d from tba main
building and atabla, thereby not iniarfanoit in ilia laaat wi'h
ivary or aala hones going out or coining iu on lha day of suetion
aala.
At all othar timaa t'.a Araoa 11 krpt entirely clear, an 1 r?wryad
for the aaromn.oda'ion of private horaaa aud thnia on
rale, affording ?r?ry facility for at roue, training aud allowing
horaaa CO WAN AND DIL.K8,
mi lm*ee Propnatort
rtf ~ THHKK UOLLAK HAT7-T|FTl ONAHttUK
ealla the attention of the pnhlie to h.aaaaortmant of fine
Far Halt, at lha rat flow price of Threa Dollar*,at 228 Bowery
CJ4 Im rc
SPRINfr FASHION.
[I BIIOWN kCO.'H One Priced Hat Store, 178 Chatham
Hi|nara corner of Mott atraat, wh'ra fiahion, baanty,
Tuability aud economy are combined to adorn lha head The
|>ropuetora hare lha pleaaure to offer a nam iitylr of llal.frr
imitation ol Imater, wheh clonaly resemble those form-rly told
for fi and (S, at tna low lited priea of Tboie, who from
inclination or neresity, are in Incad to atndy economy in that
mdia|>aniihla article of drera, hate now an opportnnity ol doing
in and atlll kiap np t a appearance of ttie m"*t faabion ihle.
BROW N a < I), ID prraantlog thia Hat to the public think
ihey hire nearly reached lha ultimatum of beauty, cheapness,
neatneai. dnrability and comfort "f the wearer.
All a?lea are for c.ah, therefore no good rualomer payi for
loaara incurred by (ha bid BROWN It CO ,
121 lm*m 178 Chatham Hriore, tomar of Mott atreet.
SOME THING ~NEJv.
THK HI'D-4CHI BKK respectfully announces, that hit
j^aSpring Style of (now ready) are conatructed on a
plan different from any he-etofore uaeil in thia country, and
which he ia confideut needs only an eaainination, to convince
itejtletnen of its superiority. It hat bocn a juat canae of c >mplaiat.
that the far on lha edga of the crown aoon wean off.and
[ho* givea to a Hat an apreiranee of having been mnch worn,
whil? the other pails are comparatively perfect Thia aeriom
lefeet the anbacriher baa been enabled to obviate in anch a m.liner
aa not to interfere, but on the eontt i rf, to improve the air
ind contour ol the Hat.
All geutiemen are reoueated to call and aatiafy themaelvaa ol
I he great auperiority of the preaeni method over all others.
JOHN. N. OENIN,
Hat and Cap Establishment,>No. f|| Broadway,
mrl lm*rc Oppositejm. Paul's Church.
)RK ]
MORNING, MARCH 6, 1
THE l'HK ENO-MN!'MOTECHNIC
AND PUBLIC EXPERIMENT \ I. LECTURE FOR
THK BKNEHP OK THE NEEDY
ORPHAN ASYLUMS OF SEW YORK,
Will Uki I'ljCi* OU Wrdllfad.lV, llin ti.ll ilitUDt, at ill*
TAUKKN V I,K
PROFEJSOf K\l VKL-OOUH \UD will addri? the ,v
di-uo?Aiu thf ?ul>;-ct ol Memory tiud Mnamoiurt Kmrrally,
altar ? hicli ouc Im it id wall kuowu fit j!?i? of Nf? York
* <1 iirooklyu. alt uirm <?ra of Piofaivir <?.' i>rrarul cMaa, will
txllibit a tero-a of Pnn-uu- lnrmoirc nic r tiwrinn'i.ta. ih* charictu
and uatur* of wliieh will uo don' t |>/o*e highly gralil\ lilt
to r?riy on* w tin libra an iiitiraat lu richer the "a,atmo"
or lli* diaiutfi*?tfd pnrpo ? ? hich this | ropoard leitoia liu in
new.
Krerv aine?rr plul nhropHl it rrajirtlf'illr invited to remeni
in Older that every syiuuathy may l>e more free'y iniuifr .ted,
the following pl?u lini been proposed and adopted
Evrrr pur haaer of a ticktt of admission will write on tlie
back of n ticket tie name nf tin Orphan Aaylum to which
he wiahea hia dot ation apt lied, aud the diractiou will be armIiutously
followed under the anperiulendauce of Prof. O 'a
silhfulageil aud tlie diiec nri and managers of the vuiouv ita'.it
'lions who invy join him in ihe tame
Tickets 50 cents, cau lie had at I'rof U.'s office, 297 Broadway,
a few doors above tlie Granite Muildiug, at Atwill's, 2.1
Broadway, and at the T her acle nil Wednesday evouiny.
-V large prigri" me of the Phnu-o-Mueuiolechnic exjierimeuti
will t e delivered gratuitously ai the door
The L-rture will beyiu at piecia?ly hiif paat 7 o'elock.
N. b ?The auhiciibera to I'rof. G uraud'a NEW CLASSICS
(both evening and day c asses) are r?qii-il-d to meet on
Fnday evening nest, the 8th insuul, in Clinton H-ll, coruer of
Berkmau and Naaaau vtreeti, at precisely 7S o'clock, lor the
purptseof,eceivii.g aud discussing cotnmnnicalions on th< orgauir.ttiou
el the tiyj classes, after whicn the First l.'-cure of
the Course will b* immediately given. nil 3l*rc
FOR LITKH^ny'llfSTITUriONS AND PUBLIC
AND I'RIVATE LIBRARIES.
HO.VK Il'S ILIA1), in Seven Languages, a highly finished
edition, published at F luieuce, (Italy,) < iilr.KK 'l'lt.X f,
ooiitaniiug a 'uerl Latin translation by lliyue, a Metrical
Version in tiie Latin language, by L'uuieh, in in lull >u l>y
Monti, in the German by Voss, in the English by Pope, in th*
French by Aigu-iu.aud iu the Spanish by Garcia Malo.
This work cotnpris s twenty-four numbers, forming two
liandaouie qutrto volumes. Each number eoutaisa a superb
Eug aving, designed by Professor Nencini, from Florence
The p.-ice of each number ia $1 50?two numbers to be published
mouihly.
Subscriptions received at Mr. RICHARDS' Office. 74
Lispcnard street, coruer of Broadway, over the New York Lyceum
f? Im'ec
EXCHANGE HOTEL?BALTIMORE.
URVSTU9 COLEMAN hat thia day takeu HENRY F.
fj JACKSON into partnership, and in fnture the house will
be 'ond-vcted in the name of COLEMAN Ik JACKSON.
Tlie patronage of the travelling public, and influence of our
friends, is respectfully solicited,
Baltimore, February I, 1844. fl lm ec
HAVANA MANSION HOUSE HOTEL
PHE undersigned takes occasion to inform his friends and
' (he pnblic, that the Mansion llonse is now I owned in Intuisidor
street, No. 67. iu the ricmit] ef the steamboat landing
tad vegetable market, baring commodious family apartments
arranged in tlie mutest order.
A person is employed to procure permit! to land passenger*,
bagy.ye, Ac. who will board veaaela immediately after the visit
ol the revenue officers.
N. B.? Visitors to this Island should procure a passport from
the Spanish Consul, at too port of embarkation, to obviate difficulties
and iaconveniMico.
s21 Since* WILLIAM FULTON.
AMERICAN HOTEL,
PHILADELPHIA.
THIS new honve is situated on Chestnut street, opposite the
State Houie, (Jud-peodeuee Square,) aud iu the iinmediam
vicinity of all the laaiwunable pieces of amusement aod resort.
It has bee>-built in the most thorough manner, hyJuhnJ.
Ridway, Esq ,and contains upwards of one hundred rooms,
many of which arepirlora with bedrooms adjoining, amtabla
lor families, and parties of ladies and gentla:n?n.
ft will be furnished throughout, (without regard lo expense)
with new aud elegant furniture of the most approved style, and
upeued for the reception of the travelling pnblic,on the first day
of March next.
The proprietors flatter themselves, that their long experience
in the business, will rnnble thein to conduct the Amarican Hotel,
in all its deimrtmeuts, in such a manner as will please the
most laatidious, aud guarantee to their guests every comfort
and lasnry, that can be found in any Hotel iu the United
States.
N. B ?Bathing Rooms are attached to the Hotel, where
warm and cold water baths will at all times be iu readiness.
HENRY A CHARTER. )
C. JAMES MAC LELLAN,
ENGLISH ADVERTISEMENT,
r 0ND0N?ST. KATHARINE'S HOTEL, opposite the
aJ St. Katharine's Dock (ivtes, nnd near the Royal Mint.
THOMAS l.KNNEY, late Chief Steward of the British
Uueeu Steamship, respectfully inlormx Ipsfriends in the United
Sta'cs, that he has the management of the above new and elegant
establish rent, which ia built and taruiahed regnrdless of
egjwnse, and ia in every roepeci auTjuoil for the reception of familiea
and gentlemen visiting England, as the hotel frout* that
pa-t of the (lock In which the Imeis and uiomt of llie other Ame
ric ui vessels lay, and ia witma live iniiiutes v/alk of the Bain
and Royal En hauge. The h?u?e will be conducted on liberal
aud I'Couotnical principles. The Ooitee Room la supplied with
ttie London, American, East Indian aud (Colonial (lapera. The
Vi.mda, Wmea, Ike. am ol tlie first qualry. A good Billiard
Room and Warm Baths will be louud in thehonae. Gentlemen
may contract by the wuek or month for board, &c. on the
aom'! terms aa in America.
T LENNEV begs to assure shosewho may honor bins with
Chair patronage that nothing ahall be wanting to render them
owtnfortable, and by attention to the wishes of Ins guests, hopes
taawerit that escfi-lonee and good will an liberally bestow id on
him when steward of tlie British Uueen. dltr
GOLD LEAF REMOVAL.
"PHE SUBSCRIBER h.ia, (in eons qneiiee nl being ttnderA
mined iu "reui" by soinr "gentleman" Oold Beater,) removed
his Gold Leaf (factory to"No.
054 RKJWE STREET,
Only three dnnri Irom his old stind, wlie'e he is confident bis
old friends will follow. SJesi qmlitv Dent-st't liold Foil.
J. L. WAUGH,
ml 2w*ec Practical (fold Beater, No. 91 Mrade street.
ENGLISH HON NETS, MILLINERY, Arc.
TUBT RECEIVED AT J. LkON H, 37 lohn street, and
" 36 Maiden Lane, a splendid sinitm-ut ol E.NGLIqH liO.NJ
NETS, cinsisting ef super Patents, fine KutUudi, Alb-rt
Ursid.Ec. Ee. A'so, an elegant a?sorunriit of Tuscans, Ribbona,
Si'ks, Klowera, and evny other article in the milliuarv
line. Milliners and in hers srr respectfully inrited to evil and
rtamipe ths above. The f.uglith Hats ar - the clearest anil bait
in 'hemar-et. All the abuse will bi sold at wholesale or retail,
at 36 Maiden Lane and 37 John street.
J. LYON.
N. B.?The Bavmeut of 36 Maiden Lane to let?p >sseisiun
gi?en immediately. m3 lm*sc
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
DM. PEYSER E ( O. (lately removed (roin the corner ol
William and John, to No. 60 John street ) offer lor sale
on liberal terms, wholesale and retail, the following articles,
ii-esir-d by recent arrivals ?
Berlin best Zephyr Worsted?the most complete assortment in
Canvass, for Embroidery, of cotton, silk and worsted, in all
widths.
Berlin Embroidery Patterns?of (he choicest sod uewest des
csiptinn; Embroideries, finished and commenced on velvet,
silk, worsted aud cotton, worked in the most Ustefnl Pariaim
style.
Tassels for Hair Dresses, of gold, silver,and silk sod tinselled;
Bracelets, Combs, Ha>r Pius, and a Urge variety of other
benutful Paris Fancy Articles.
Purse Ornaments?Steel, gilt and silver Beads; Bugle's Purse
'Twist, plain anil shaded, in sticks and spools, Embroidery
and llower Chenille, ol silk and BMl aud s Ik.
Also. Fringes, tsunos and Cord and Tassals. imported and ol
their own mauufa :ture, of gold, silver, silk, Ec. all colors
and widths
X~?" Branch Store at 369 Broadwav,(fonnerly (37 Broadway.)
(7 3mee
UMBRELLAS.
SLEEPEli, BROTHERS
NO. 12# MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
ANTICIPATING the revival of business line increased
the ir stock and manufacturing opeta'ions so as to rival the
are-pest es.'ab.ishments i n the globe Farcliasers may rely on
being supplied with any quantity and quality of UMBltEL
L AS, PaRASOLS AND SUN shades, including the
ate Parisian sty ie.
Being ilrterm ueil not to succumb to the present severe competition,their
goods are offered at the lowest endurable adv 'lies
<ni the real cos ; while constantly <>u the alert to introduce iuiprovments
in tiy e, material and workmanship, the stock will
.I Ways comprise the must faibiouablv and best manufactured
goods ill the rnarkrl. m2 re
SALT AND FlSH BTOREn
A Drt BBLS HALIFAX No. 1 SALMON: IK* Nos. 1, 3
TvU and 3 M ickvrel; 6-0 half do, do do do.
100 bhls. No. 1 Mess Shad;
.70 haHbbls. No. 1 Sayb'oik Shad;
il/U bbls. Cod and Scale Fish;
110 d No 1 Uib'd llerrtug ;
1700 hoses Scaled do
In** Ilia Smoked Salmon ;
300 kits Boused Salmon;
200 do Sounds and Tongues;
3>0(1 f]aitil*l? i.odlnh. amtible for thi; piog;
JflO nacka A*hton'i Salt;
?n0 bbla American Silt, kc? he.
All for i-.U in Iota loauir purch-arra by
NELSUN, WELLB fc CO.,
M lm*m *l Dey atr.-et.
:'.VA. W tJlT&NT SOLAR AND LARD l- i\il>s.
IUoRAVI fc HAUOHWQUT, 'KSI Br.<adw y. wr uld re *
ip ctfully luvitr their linrrida and cuttomrra to an map clioa
of a new pat-nt article {of I.ard Camp, ti n fint of which
irr now to be offered to the public. Meaare \V. He II will *? libit,
?n-h rrem if during tha month of Much, a variety if
i idff L?-<1 Molar Liinpa.annir burning Cord, Mime M;eim and
omr Whale Oil Tli'ae Uajia are mail* ov tr.o cebibraied
maniifeUuiere, Corneliua k < n , and before offering Ili-in In
he public they have hern aubmitted, for thorough i lamination,
to a committee of aci'ntifi : g?mlrin-i> attached to the I jot inn
ol I' nnavlvania. wh.? hire reported that the c ol of larj lu
on run. it thrae lirnpo ia aliou: e*|ual to the coat of aperm oil at
A cejia per gallon; and hare Riven tlieir rrport in faver of|lb*
lamp, a* beir.g the oiott mpcrior Lard Lamp that haa come
under tlieir notice. Thie, tog' tlier with the high uiodiea of
the inonulaciurere, ia a anfficiuut guarantee that it lathe moat
oiiperinr Lamp, alllh nga CJnaidercd, now iu uae. The maiinrr
ill which th?ae lain.n are ronateucted ia ?nrh that either
lord or oil m ly be u aeal, and can he kept |0r\tt without the
Iraat trouble. A well made and |?rfect lamp, with food globoid
chiuiuey, wicko Ike Ji'ut will I vat for mine y are, can be
told foe two dollara and fifty n-nt?, and will fiee tw.ee the
liiiht of an ordinary aatral lamp. W it II have completed
*ucn arraufemeata with the innnnfacturera tint they are now
receiving nlditiuna t.f many new pitt-rna to their preaent
lire-' ataoriment, and will aell at more leaaeoable rvfea than at
in;'bona* in the City. A fill aiaortm-nt of all the following
orticl't will alao lie found at thru all iw rJoin* ;
ilaa, oil auil ctndle I htudi'liera. I'e.idanta, Mantel Lifhta,
Bracketa, p irtible Burner*, Lantern-, lie.
Graodolea, Candel ihraa, Bracket Chvudeliera, Wall Bracketa,
Sua; eadli.g Molur Bracketa, Cliaudeliera and rervdinta, a
new article r.| Molar M,de l.ampa
Alao, I'lafeo and Japanned < I loila, Cutlery, and Kinef'ui
Glare, enmnria'iig the he,t aaaortmeot in the Uaited Stalea.
ml im'ec
MONEY TO LEND.
ABRAHAM J. JAOKHON, rawnbroker, No. 'il Keade
aireet, near Uundwi-.loiiii money in largo or amall aumr,
ta may b<- rwi nred on Waiehaa, Jew-dry, Milver Ware, Dry
Goo.ll. Wearing Apparel, and per*onal property of evert de
er ptioe, I'd bn*rie
PEACH ORCHARD COAL??> per ton lor broken, egg
end large atnye. Conanmera may rely on getting ih# beat
lied Aah Coal at the above price, well aereened weighed by a
city weigher, and delivtrcd from'the rard eorner ol King and
Greenwich ate PCTER CLINTON.
|kUin*ee
nRUOM. ke -20 bankefa Annatto, prim ;
J balea Ireah Araiea Klowera;
3 ca*k> Cantom le Elowera,
1000 lb* Itefli.ed Camphor;
10 c-a-a Gum Arabic.
Knr aale by J- 8. A8MNWALL,
i miJt'w M William afreet.Y
HERA
844.
Franc*. P
h orri'sjion-i.-tiri' of tin- IleralJ.J *'
Paris, Feb, 2,1844. Jjj
Pi>t itin?Molibre and the French Arademy?Ariin- p
court and Custi tie's Ruthin?Advertising?My*- ?*I
t erics of Berlin?Concert* and Theatres?Nrto Ar
tide of Importation. _
Lazy l'ellows are never happier than when tliey n
liave too inuch to write, for this is with them a tair
excuse (or not writing at all. With me it is to(lay
quite the reverse. To comply with your re- ir
quest, I made up rny mind to write you as many tl
letters as possible, to keep your numerous readers *
au fait with nil the events in politics, literuture, so- f)
cial and musical lifo ; hut the gods know how [ n
shall be able to bring this epistle to a respectable i'
ItMiL'lli There is nil iilitnlnte ilfirlli i?f inlcrcuini'
news in all circles, perhaps equal to the seven hun- V
gry years ot Egypt. The good is not new, and the s<
new is not good, and so 1 will follow the example ^
of a great number of our modern statesman and c
authors, and shall endeavor to say little or nothing h
in as many words as possible, hoping that you will p
consider this letter more as chitchat than a grave ft
correspondence. ?
The excitement created through the proceedings M
in the Chamber, during the debates on the speech
of the King, has not yet subsided, nor will it disap- n
pear for some time to come. The opposition cling j|
to it as a drowning person does to anything within (.
his reach. Poor Uui/.ot will have to hear the j,
brunt of still many an attack in the course of the p
p arliamentary year He has perpetrated the great- J
est crime, which it is possible to commit in the an- |
I nals of French politics. He retains ottice after a |t
I lapse of three years and a half, and what is worse, t<
avoids every thing which could endanger his porte i,
\ftuille. Thiers and RaTrot could forgive him rt
every thing, even his Angloinanie, but not the ore- v
sidentship, nominal or reul of the cabinet. Tney p
were ready to pounce upon him at every moment, i
like hungry vultures, hut see themselves condemn- (
ed to go to bed without sup|?er. The dotation ]
hill is withdrawn. The paragraph relating to the j
right of search was adopted, without encountering j
any opposition on the part of ministers, and even in ,
the very important question of the impudent arro- |
gauce of the clergy, who agitate for their own t
benefit, meets with a quiet and passive opposition, c
Cfuizot keeps, and is obliged to keep, aloof, leaving |
the whole business in the hands of Martin and r
Villeinain, who only otter a passive resistance, to s
comply with the wishes of the king, who is anxious
to conciliate the clergy, the greatest part of whom r
is Mzitimittc. Nor will Hmzot interfere, being u t
Protestant, and dreading the reproach of intole- v
ranee from the Catholic community. The opposi- ?
tion is, therefore, thrown upon its beam ends ; the f
rit'orme electnrale is rococo, and the time of the fot- v
tilication is not yet come. There is no doubt that e
he will weather the present session, and perhaps |,
the future, if he would not court unpopularity with l
the same obstinacy us Thiers courts popularity, t
Guizot doeH not belong to the school of modem |
itlacliiavellisni, and nets frequently in opposition (
to the articles of creed of that statesman, who t
considered " language as the means ol disguising |
our thoughts." What he thinks he says?this is
honpot hut nnt nnliftr?nl Kr? n/tiiM Lum In* i
- " J | , ?v uvwtu r?V V I# ..in j'u ?< j
lection for England to himself, without alluding to t
it at every uiomcnt. After all, it is perhaps, no bad t
sacculation to scale the ladder of power under the j
shield of unpopularity; there is something new in j
it, and it is of a more lasting nature tliuii popu- t
larily. _ |
The Moliere monument has at last been inaugu- j
rated under the superintendence of Count de Ram- j
huteait. Several long speeches have been made, |
hut not one deserves particular consideration |
The French Academy was represented by a lew |
members only, probably thinking themselves suue- |
rior to one who was refused admittance into that j
illustrious body of literary nightcaps nnd political i
steam engines. To how many of them will i
be erected statues! To Mr. Fasquier, |>erhaps, ,
or to Mr. Fjourens. This monument is u living
satire to the immortals, being more immortal than
they, since the fnuutniit dedicated to Cardinal
Richlieu, the founder of the academy, was demo- ;
halted to make room for the statue. The gentlemen
of the French theatre were not less superci- i
lions, having excluded the Odcon, the second i
French theatre, where Ponsard sought a refuge, j
and found it?front the procession. After the close i
of the ceremonies, it was observed that there was a |
most ridiculous orthographical fault in the inscription;
the. word nmre being spelt with two r's, and
what is still more ridiculous, it has not yet been removed.
nor is there anylikehhood that it will he. So
much for the labors of the committee, consisting of
twenty or more members, selected from the institute.
the French Academy, and several otherequally
illustrious bodies. The attendance was very numerous,
although it was piercingly cold: several
windows are said to have been hired at a hundred
francs a piece. In the meantime, Moliere is a godsend
to pulls and advertisements; you find him on
siiutr boxes, pantnloons, umbrellas, sticks and hills
of fare. Would that he had lived to write a comedy
on puflinsr, as the spiritual Paul Lhirand in the
Sitrle says. _ _ I
Mr. de Ctisline's celebrated work, "Russia in
IM39," continues to be the object of all kind of recriminations
in the Russian circles, who are very J
numerous and brilliant this winter. Mr. Chaude- J
satgues, u pupil of the school of Gustave Planclte,
has a very spicy article on it in the Revue de I'urit,
hut does not succeed in refuting his principal argu- '
inents All unprejudiced persons agree in proclamiag
it the best and truest picture of Russian p<>- '
lilies, life and manners, notwithstanding the small
contradictions which occur here and there. The ,
eyes of all Europe are at present turned towards |
the continually growing despositistn of Russia, so i
that even good uatureu and drowsy Austria begins I
to he nftaid of her usurpations on the Danube. <
Nicholas sees this and tries to strengthen his 111- '
fluence through family connexions, with the minor 1
princes of Germany, lie is already brother-in-law
to the King of Prussia; Ins son is married to i
the Princess of Darmstadt, undhissecond daughter i
is going to he united with the Duke of Nassau, lie
is extremely annoyed at Custine's Russia, and '
works hard to neutralize its dangerous influence.
It.. ,. I .. u..ru wv.>r.> ..rilww.n I,. I... r I
the <German Universal Gazette, and has charged
Mr. Tolstoy to reply formally to it in 11 pamphlet,
which has I already made its appearance, hut
has not produced any effect. European tourists
are at present more engaged with that country
than with America. The Vicompte d'Arlinccurt
has published an extremely enlogious description of
llussia and has received from the Krn|>eror a gold
medal with the inscription prrrmio dipno Custine
expects likewise one, hut is rather afraid it will
bear an inscription of prcrmi iwligno. lint all
these works are said to he eclipsed by a brorhurr,
which is very impaiiently expected; it ih by un unknown
author, and is entitled "The Mysteries of
llussin." If is to he published in Herman and
French. Apropot denhottet, the excitement produced
by Sue's work is shll growing. Every circulating
library has live or mx copies, and even
those are not sufficient for the demand. Scott, !
Halzac, Jatun, even Paul de Kock lay slumbering '
on the shelf. Every body wants to rend the Mys- '
teries, particularly the ladies, who keep it sometimes
too long. Tins made s wag say?for there
are wags even in circulating libraries?he never t
aaw laches keep mystires (secrets) so long. Nearly '
cveiy city fias now its mysteries: there arc- alrcauy '
tour dillerent works published in fWlin alone, and '
still they gin. The Journal ilri /Hbafg, in which
they have originally appeared, lias made the best ,
business after all, ill spite of the great sum paid to ,
the author; its circulation has nearly doubled, and i
advertisements are conseijueiitlyfnouring in. Newspapers
have here little to do with advertisements,
as the right of insertion is sold at auction every 1
year. The Dfhnt* generally got ibOVt hundred '
and fifty thousand francs a year, but tins year it
receives nearly five hundred thousand francs for
the fourth page alone.
The concerts'of the Crmtervatoirr have of course,
begun, and produced the same profound impres-ion
as every year. This is the only place where good
md classical music may be heard. The concerts 1
Valentino and Paganint having ceased several
years ago, Mozart, Jleethoven, Haydn, and the |
other amphytrion*, can only he enioyed in the ,
faubourg Poisoniuire. It is superfluous to speak ,
of the immense superiority of this orchestra, and its
I 'ader.llaleneek, over any other similar institution,
is it does consist of the if tit of the orchestra of ilie '
opera, and of a great unrulier of other great artists, (
who consider it a glory to belong to that hodv. ?
The Connervatnirr is one of the most remarkable t.
and interesting rrsorts in a great many other re- j
spects; all the celebrities of the whole world are i
usually to be found there in a much greater mini- J
her than in any other place, and the ladies generally
belong to the highest and most elegant society
of Pans. The last concert was in every re. J
specl euual to any of the preceding ones, possessing ,
a very nappy selection of standard pieces by Men- (
dclsohn, the 'tanrlu* by Haydn and Ifeethoven's ,
celebrated chorus from "the Minns of Athens," i
which had the honor ol an encore. Next to the i
Cmutrvotoirt, the private musical toirkt of the <
*
L Jtt?
=s
Prle? Two UnU<
IMH. C Ut tisavi iuv ^I'Oiiri IIIHKX
[ present; they are very crowded, and afford to
vera of old music the brat opportunities of listenig
to the glorious inspirations of Handel, liach,
ergolese, Marcello, Palastrina, masters, who are
itirely forgotten in the present frivolity of the
ate of music. The orchestra principally consists
' Hmateurs, but the solos are in the hands of our
eatest singers: the whole musical department is
markably well managed by Nieder, Mayer, the
lehrated composer of " Btradolla," whilst die
rinee makes tfie honnrurt. Ttmporu mutantur:
ie lather of the Prince, Marshal Ney, led armies
ito the battles, and followed _Nai>oleon"s alar
irougli Europe; the son is li ving in the era of railways,
conferences, and political intrigues, and guier?
on the field of arts and sciences those lauds
which his father wrung Irom Mars and Bellou.
I ndi-r these circnmstances, you can easily
liagme that professional artists have a poor protect
of milking meney with concerts, when one is
nnbled to hear nmcb and good music for nothing.
Fe flattered ourselves in the beginning of the scant,
that public concerts would be few and far beveen;
but I'homme propose rt liuu propose ; whole
ruiies of violinists, pianists, tenorisH, flutists,
larionettists, and heaven knows bow many more
eings in ists. are said to lie on their route for
'arts, the eldorado of all artists. I'mst, Sivori,
doliipie, Prudent, Todesco, Drevschock, who
nocks so well on the piano, as Hector Berlioz
ays, intend giving concerts, but if is more than
loubtful whether tliey will take. II they do not
uake money, they may console themselves with
he high-sounding titles bestowed upon them by
rowned beads. Meyerbeer is maestro ot tilling
of Prussia, Ikililer is pianist to the Duke of
,ucca, Dreyscliock to the Emperor of Russia, and
i> on ; but the greatest honor was conferred on
,iszt, whose hud compositions are only equalled by
is good playing?he has been made a councillor
j the Diiae of Weimar. It would have been much
etter he had been created a colonel, being
Iready in possession of a magnificent sword, with
rhich his Hungarian countrymen have presented
tini. 1 may perhaps inform you in my next letter iliat
'anny Elasler lias been made an archbishop?
Uerito a (lame li'honntur, and TagliHiu a beauty,
don't you laugh?worse things have happened, and
nay happen. Do we not read in Herman papers
tow the quondam celebrated singer, Earl, had illdistinguished
honor of singing in these rusrtio before
[fie Sultan 1 M'lle Carl belongs to the old school,
ind need not be under any apprehension for her
food name, as old Odalisku's are not said to be
lighly esteemed in Turkey, if report speaks true,
rirere may be some exaggeration in it, but 1 can
[iiarantee that they prefer the young ones.
Leon Pillet, the director ol the opera, has nrived
in Milan, on his voyage of discovery for u
-nor and a prima donna. He came in time to
vitness a dreadful fiasco of Pacini's Opera?
' Maria" and Taglioni's grand ballet " II patio inernale."
The present Italian composers ate so
cry monotonous and burdy-guidy, that Italy, the
radle of music and the opera, is obliged to ask the
oan of Robert le Diable, Zumpa, Masaniello, and
)er Freischutz ; the dilettanti rlread a little the inluence
of this " miisica ultia montann," but the
lublie generally are very well satisfied witli the
liange; so Robert has made furore in Trieste, and
he Huguenots are, under another title, very much
iked in Florence. Poor Pillet is in a ureadful
'light. Every year Mayerbeer cornes on a visit iu
Paris, and govs with the Prophet under his arm to
lie director of the opera. "Have you got u new
enor and a prima donna V' "Can I conjure uptetors
! do prima donnas grow on the pulm of my
land It' is Pillet's retort. Mayerbeer shrugs his
boulders, and departs right away for Berlin, where
ie is pinrai/ed in ivritine the music to Tieek's"Puss
it Bootn." Thin in the history of that mimical |?iltritnage,
which I hone will enable him to find u
lenor, who will make up hits inind to accept the
mndrcd thousand frattcH, with a benefit valued at
itteen thousand more, tor ui^ht months. Till now,
le has not yet succeeded in finding one; but he haa
n the tneuntime engaged (Jcrito, who receives
twenty thousand francs for six weeks skipping?
poor girl! A pirouette for the high C and the cutchoutcha
for the Prophet! The Italian Opera is
not in a less sail pickle ; there is no tenor to take
Rubini'a |ilacc. r?alvi is tolerubly well liked, but
he is inferior to Murio. Mariaui is engaged in Italy
and Vienna for the next three years, when- are
tenors f a kingdom for a tenor 1 A tenor has, inleed,
a greater income than many a German
irince. Mario, who beloDgs only to the /utle-mi'tVw,
receives lifly thousand francs for five months,
ind Runconi not much less. Even the good old
proverbs do not stand the test of tune ; artiste,
who fifty years ago were obliged to starve upon
iiei tar and ambrosia and to sing the twenty-lour
scales to keep the cold out, have now villas, horses
and carriages, and are yearly exported and im(Kirted
like foreign delicacies. You may de]ientl ujion
it, that you will read in ten years?exported sing
ers, twenty-three ; imported do. forty-five. This
would he very well, if government would make
managers pay a duty upon them, where,on the contrary,
the opera receives now three hundred thousand
francs a year to enable it to carry on the business.
Y ours very respectfully. U. B.
Married?In New York, on the 2Mih February,
Mr. Samuel S. Oardiner, ol Shelter Inland, to Mn. Kustiii
Krankliu Mott.
How strangely m) sterioiis are the way* of Providence.
While these nuptials were being celebrated at New I urk,
i beloved brother, accompanying hi* daughteis on a gay
Measure party ii|ion the Potomac, lay a mangled rorpae on
he deck ol the ateam frigate Princeton.
Forgery is Cabotvii.i.k.?A series of torgerics,
tmounting to about JfJf.HHK), committed by one
VI K. Kager, a painter in < aholville, Springfield, in this
State, waa diacovered last week He waa in the habit ol
orging the namea of endoraera upon notea which he h.td
liacounted at the bank , and neglecting to take up one
which he supjiOHed did not come due until a few das a alter,
the uup|>osed endorsers were notified and expoaed the
fraud. Before the forgeriea had been fully siibatautiHtcd,
lie collected "between two daya" about $ si which was
lue to him in small ainounta, and "lelt for parta unknown
He was seen at (ireenluiah the day he left < a*
hntvllle.? Hailon Trantn ipl, Man k 4.
Fire at Mishawaka, Ind.*?The Toacin coulains
an account of tlie tire which took place on
die evening of the 9th inst. The buildings destroyed
were owned by the St Joseph Iron < ompany and in luded
a machine and pattern shop, an oil mill owned by
i. Si haet'er, and a pump factory owned by J. K Biooke.
V portion ot it waa also occupied as a de;>osit of pattern*
ami castings by the Iron < o , aud contained at the time ot
the lire, a Targe amount of valuable patterns ami castings,
but very few ol which wore saved. The bias of the wt.
loaepli Iron < o. is estimated at trom $1J.000 to fin,<100 ;
that of Mr. Scliaefer ot $ I.'>00 or $3000 , that of Mr. Brooku
will tie less, perhaps not exceeding $.'>00 or $i!00 There
was no insurance on any of the buildings or property.
Fire at Litti.k Fort, Ii.i..?A large chain manufactory,
belonging to I), S. Dewey, of this city, was destroyed
by lireon the'itst last Loss about $J000.
Yankee Mani.'kactvres in Mexico.?In the District
or State nf Duraiigo, Mexico, there are thirtyone
cotton factories. They were got up principally by
' migrants trom Muaahchuaetta and Kliodv Island, nt the
head of which is Philip Tlllinghast, of Providence, Hlio.it>
Island The lactones are ops-rated by native Mexicans.
Spring Birds.?Our cling were vos*al yetrterday
Willi the singing of birds, the tirat indication ol returning
lining, confirming the return of the seasons, rather than
tint " fearful looking lor of Judgment" pronounced by
hose who are wiser than their generation.?JVrse liat?.
\lrral4, AfarclI 4.
Nor a Dt'Rt.in Mi.in Lite.?Yenterday, a inulutii
man named Foster, made a complaint to th'Mayor
that he had received what he conceived to he a
liallenge to tight a duel, which was couched in the fob
I..-, .... l.l.n .1 i.
March the 5th 1H-4-1.
Mr Roster?I am informed that you hare Mn saying A
(reateal atiout inn that yon had no Bi?ines? to say. and i
"(insider you No gentleman and fore thr aame I demand
lutufaction you ran m"r? mr itsny our. that yon npnin'
JOHN LKWIli
Not being a "bookbinder," the ehallrngce'saw no way
to earn|w the riak of ileath by .1 pistol or rifle hall, or th"
ilnmmilaion of the crimen! murder, but by appealing to
tlie majesty anil power ol the law. deeming the latter
prudent comae the better part ol v.ilor, he entered com
plaint In the Mayor'" office, and had the challenger nrrea
toil. The partie" 1 nit at the Mayor's ottlce in the afternoon
without seconds, surgeons. or arms, ami coneltiding that
thia apoing of the "honorable" u a. not the thing it was
-racked tip to lie. very cleverly shook hand*, paid the
co-da, and loft the office.? Hhilairlpfna pnpar Man A ft.
(ton Fki.miws.-?They nttmltpr 30,143 in the
I 'mted Slates ; ha?e arevtnue oi Rfnft.ltMi; paid out ffto,hit)
for relief of members iu ISW, to widows fftKW, nnd for
^location of orphan* R4.3AO.
Khmam ( ATttot.K try is Amkri a.?Hulls from
In- Holy Nee have hern received hy thr Hiehop of
Quebec, erecting into an apostolic enracy the whole ternory
lu-vond the Itocky Mountain" lying North of ( alitorin,
and appointing M Kraneoi* Norbert Hlanchet, Aposulic.
Vicar, with the title ol Diahop of Philadelphia in par
th>i? infiiirlium, one of tho most ancient ?ee* established
II A"ia Minor hy tho Ajioatle St. John. Mnnlrral llna'.J,
Ifnn K I,
OiMMERCR op Texas.?Accounts from fralyeanu
etate that on the 17th till, there were fourteen
iqnare rigged vessels in harlior. loading with cotton, snd
mt one of thefourtoen belongs to the f billed States ; tho
ithers are K.ngliih, Bremen. Kiench and Belgian. Alno?t
all the cotton goes to P. u rope, snd all for the want
if a proper treaty between the two countriea, and the ahittrd
duty Which the I nit.-d States imposes upon Testis
L'Otton

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