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I " J mtm i an Outline of the Order or Hu?1iwm id I the House uf Representatives, 1 volume of uurljr 900 pages, price $1 to. This Vtsnual hue been undertaken and cieculed mainly wall the view of giving gentlemen, who may I not have served as member* ol the National i^gulaI tuie, some insight into the mode ol transudate the be auiev. of l.'ongrran c specially in the ii. ol Kepieaeotallies of lite Uncled HUtlea. Member* of the Slate ! .egidaluira will alao hud it serviceable lu the pel fomianee of Itieir legislative duliea, and occasionally even the older numbers of ( ut^tcna will find it a convenient reference. It Coulalua a luaaa of important pal liatuetitary drcialona worthy the attention of every owe dealt oua of becoming acquainted with the Cougreavional practice of the country ; alao the rulra of both lioueea of Congreaa, Jelieraun'a Manual of Parliameaiary Practice, Constitution ?filia United Stalea, Declaration of Independence. (giving full ludeaee of all ot ibrui tor the _ purpoac ol affording aaay and inaiant rafaraoca) and much other uarlul informaliuri. Kar lata hf K TAYLOR, Booliaeller. dec 5 Immediately aaat of Oa.Uliv a Hotel I AOKNCY AT WASH IN t? TOW. AMOS KENDALL mid JOHN K KENDALL offer tlieir services to such as may have business with the Government of Uie following descriplioa, vix ' Obtaining contracts fruui the Post Office mi?l otliri Executive Departments. Procuring patents, and other business connected with the Patent Office. Procuiuig pensions revolutionary, army, and na! vj ; and other business in relation thereto. Settlement of accounts, whether with the State, Tieasury, War, Navy, or Post Office Department*. 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Ir orgei llieer?ny jnlie iiuuiau. My happy home?by J. Blocbley. The promised hour?for the guitar?by G. H. Sound, sound our horns?from "Amelie"?for the Corinthian Waltz. Souvenir de varsovie raise?by A. Ilenselt. L'Aragonaise raise?by D. F. E. Auber. Gabrielsky's six polonaises?arranged for two Kuffner'a light do do do do Uerbignier's airs?from I,a Dame Blanche,do do Wiess' studio on modulation?for the flute. 1 Walltier's airs?from La Bayadere?arranged for two flutes. oct 2(i pAPTAIfT MARRYATT'S NEW WORK.; v_/ Travels and adventures of Monsieur Violet in California, Sonorn, and Western Texas, by Captau ( Marryatt. This day received (Harpers'cheap edition] ' and for sale by F. TAYLOR. I'rice 15 cents. I nov. 16?tf , I^ KUlBSAKi HCltKUiNICLKa?translated mil X English?complete in one large volume, handsomely bound, with many engravings?price thier ; Also, the same work in the original French, impoited from Palis by F. Taylor. Ireland and the Irish, by J. U. Khol, author of Rus ia and the Russians?cheap edilion, complete for U cents. Thirty Years among the Players in England am America, by J. Cowrll, Comedian, written by himself, I Vol. Scene* and Scenery in the Sandwich Islands am in Central America, by J. J. Jarves, I vol. with en P. TAYLOR a - a rt NEW MUSIC. T UHT RECEIVED, the following pieces of New I Music at (he old established store two doors eas > of 12th street, Pennsylvania avenue. W. FISCHER. The Forealers?Words from ancient poetry lit Tyrolienne?Music by Donizetti Thy Heart is my Home?By Phillips The Cot where we weie Born?By the Hutchinsor Family Excelsior?By the Hutchinson Family Cape Ann? do do do The Poor Savoyard?By W. H. Montgomery j The Saint of Erin's Isle?By John II, Ffewill The Parting Friends?By Kdw. L. White F There was a Time?By Jos. Philip Knight The Cross Old Bachelor?By C. II. Rod well | ,, The night before the Bridal?By George Lindley In the Cold Stilly Night?By Sir Henry R. Bishop ! Passing away?by Edw. J. Neilaon I have g*r.ed on the lace of ih? lovely?by Stephen C. Massing. I Cudjo's wild hunt?by the Elhlopiuit Serensders Knickerbocker wall! bv Larner Pemberton walti?by James llootnn Three graml waltxes?by E. L. While On-ka hye wslia Me Caroline wain?by Lannei United Stales Grand March ?by John G. AndreWi Moont Bowdoin Uuick Step?by P. Strong h3d regiment Uuick Step?by Augustus J. Janner The Hea Shore?by G. Weiss Young Pianist's First Deal?by J. Mosehela u - ? p u ult_. ? u/B:7-'v^f.nn^":;'ch?. Fr?i,nok RuR^ftrUn.l.i.-by F. Buff?o?l? Thrm. Irom D.>nix*iu* Op?c?, L kiwi", d Amore tiy p, Burgiuulller. tiic :nw york ovMJlo25r?S?'!3 I (^trhtw, pWt-d a?< h?rmon..?l ??h ? r-?mv?ni j -SlSjaS '"""'Mmo. GODDARD ON THK TEETH. THE Antlumy, hhyuolofy, and Pathology of lb* Teeth, with the moil approved Method of troelJieul including operations, and lbs method ol waking and selling artificial Teeth ? 1 large folio volume, by i'anl It (iwldinl, M I)., Demonstrator of Anatomy in the University of fwinyltaiiia, wuh J*? taiga an [ravings. This day received ami for aala by > TAYLOR Aim), Drum's Hurgery ; Williams's Pathology , Coopar on Dislocations, Graham's t'luiualr) , and a variety of other late auikami Madtciua aud JSuiga ry aud liieir various tiranctiea. da> 7 iMKW aixu nirti wmiiin tiuuuu. WK Kit* (hu daj received large and su|?erior stork of Ftucj and Staple Dry Goods, to which we invite the attention ot purchasers. In pert we have? '25 piece eitn rich Cs roe I Kin change (Poult D'tkaj) 5 do do blue black Amine alike 5 do do do do aattn striped do 15 do assorted, figured si>d plain, blue black silks, Mime of which will be Mild a great bar g???25 do rich Mouse line de Lame 10 do Camcliou Brocade (an entirely new artiele.) 10 do Caahiuere D'Lscotte (do do) 5 do black Cashmere Cloth (a beautiful article for ladies wearing black, and suitable for mantlllaa) IS do jet and blue black Milk Y'elvela J5 de superior Alpaceas (at all pricea and eitremely cheap) 'JO do black and blue black Bombazines I carton ricli embroidered Cashmere shawls 1 de do ramelion silk do 3 do do Cashmere do 'JUO assorted Shawls (of every description, varying in price Irota }1 to ?10) 'J5 do Caahiuere (lose, ribbed and plaiu JO do black inohair and worsted iloae 50 dozen linen cambric pocket handkerchiefs (embracing all rjualitiea and pricea) 50 pieces Irish linen (cheap) 40 do Hint's eya Diaper (extra line) 100 do medium and low priced tlanneU 40 do extra quality 10 do Bob Hoy plaids (for Ladies wear) 'JO do Cashmere do (for boys wear) 5 dozen shirta ( new article without a seam) 10 do 1 jsdiea Merino and Silk vesta 5 do Plush, Silk, and Velvet PoiuU 1 carton Dimity Bands 5 pieces French Dimity 15 do extra line Linen Cambrics 10 do medium do do do at fl per yard, (a substitute for fine Lawn) 25 do Gothic Chintx (for close blinds) 50 do rich furniture Chintz 100 do 1 jeopard do (low priced) 10 do furniture Dimity 25 do cambric do (medium) 'JO do do do (extra) 100 do curtain Muslin (assorted) 10 do drab damask Moreens V. r>..h..r.lt. It^r n-rtsinil 25 do crimson satin Damask 25 do auper ingrain Carpet 15 do low priced do 25 do 4-4, 3-4, and 5-8 Venetian Carpetiag 10 piecea fancy door Druggela 10 do door Oil Cloth 100 do assorted Tufted and Wilton Ruga Alao. 100 Oill Kudu, Kings and Bands, and suitable curtain trimmings, together with Damask Table Cloths, Damask Diaper, Damask Napkins, French Towels, Diaper Towels, Irish and liainsly Sheetings 8-4, IO-4 and 12-4 wide. The above goods hare been purchased at extremely low prices for the qualities, and will be sold accordingly. We again ask a call before purchasing elsewhere when we will be enabled to give entire satisfaction nov 21 F8TKP It CATLETT. NEW MUSIC. J UST RECEIVED, tha following pieces of New Music, at the old establiahed store two doors east of 12tli street, Pennsylvania avenua. W. FISCHER. l?re'a a tell tale?bv F. H. Brown Come with me to a Cedar tree-?by F. N. Crough The wanderer's dream of home?by F. H. Brown Return to me again?by Mias G. 8. Mormski Oh ! Boatman haste?by G. Coder Leucolhoc Waltz?by II. Re 11 iuan Bower Waltz?by F. H. Brown Antoinette Waltz?by Miss E. IHundell Linden Waltz, by F. II. Brown Oct 9 CHEAP LIBRARY lor Families or Schools, consisting of fifty volumes, many of them being the best works from Harper's Family Library, selected from that seriea for this purpoae. All the volumes are of the same size, and bopnd uniformly and handsomely, and put up in a neat book nf Ihren uhplvpji with luck and k?v_ Price for the set, including the book case, $20, oetJQ f. TAYLOR. LOUDON'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OP GARDEN 1NO, and Loudon's Encyclopaedia of Agriculture, cheap. A few copies of eaeh of the above, for sale by F. Taylor, price 19 50 ; the usual price in this country being fifteen dollars. New Works lately imported from London, by F. Tayloh. Donaldson on Manures, on Grasses, and on Farrn1 ing, 1 vol. oolave. Johnson on Manures and Fertilizers, 1 vol. 8vo. Vaux on Tilling and Fertilizing Land, 1 vol. 8vo. The Practical Gardener, by C. Mcintosh, Gardener to the King of the Belgians. The Conservatory and Hot House, |by R. Bainbridge, 1 vol. Hog on the Carnation, 1 vol. Main's Domestic Poultry, 1 vol. and many others. 1 oet 14 Principles and practice of medicine, by John Elliolson, President of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society, edited by Nathaniel Rodgersand Alexander Cooper Lee, m d, First American, from the second London edition, greatly enlarge#!, with notes and additions, by Thus. Stewardson, of the Pennsylvania Hospital. 1 vol. octavo. PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF THE TESTIS, and of the Spermatic Cord and , Scrotum, with Illimtrationn, by T. B. Curling, of the I<ondon Hospital; edited by P. B. Goddard, M. D., I Demonstrator of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania. 1 volume octavo. Just published and this day received for sale by l oct. 81?tf f. TAYLOR. ANTHON'S VIRGIL.?Just issued from the Press. The Kncid of Virgil, with Knglish notes, critical and explanatory?a Metrical Clavis, and and an His, torical, Geographical, and Mythological Index. Hy . Professor Anthon. volume. Tnis day received by F. TAYLOR, dec 2?3t David a. hair!), (late of ' Jfexe York,) lii'Hoi Txara, in all its various branches, respectfully informs the citicens of the Metropolis and vicinity, i that, having made this city the place of his permanent residence, he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line of business, viz:? Window anil Bed Curtauis made and put up in the latest style; Carpets cut, made and put down, in the neatest manner; Oil Cloths and Matting, fitted and put down ; old Sofas nnd (.'hairs, re-stulfed, and re-?overed, and Paper Hanging done with neatness and despatch, and on the most reasonable terms. Residence on Sixth street, between H and I. All I orders left with Mr. Dodson at Mr. Clagett's, or at Mr. Cripp'sCabinet Warehouse llth street, will rei ceive immediate attention. nov 24-tf cpUCKER fc SON, Merchant Tailor?, having just received their Fall and Winter Stock of Goods, respectfully announce the fact to their foreign and city customers, and also extend an invitation to the public generally lo examine their assortment ot r'rench and Kngliah Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings,and Kanry Articles for Gentlemen, all of the very latest styles, and so varied in prices that every one may be , suited. It has been their object, in the selection of goods the present season, not only to please all tastes, by presenting a splendid variety, but also to convince all who are disposed to test the matter, that they can be furnished with clothing at a regular establishment in Washington as cheaply as at a store or by going abroad: it will therefore altoril us pleasure to illustrate these fact* either by direct or indirect comparison net 27-d2wif ZnHK MAL>lt?UN PAFKKri. < Hh M < 1 in thran folnmM octavo, bc?t edit?#t?, b?a4ihfally prill tad, and naatly bound?priaa |7 SO, p*Miab*d "??h <" fc" *"*" ""/TifU \KW AND CHKAK DRY GOODS JUBT RJ? CfclVMi l iio aub?erlb*ia b*v* thi* day ra- , erurd then luwluiwl u( Mpiiag Dry Uvula, and lhev are ptepaied lo otter goods at ?uch price* ai will compel* Willi Uium ol any other ealabltatiiuciit ' in lln* tn any olbat oily Than ?el?< llona hate been 1 made Willi gieal t are in regard lo clieapneea, alyla, ' I ml ijuald*. and will be aoitl on audi lamia aa caiiuol 1 'ail lo give iiiiuaual aaliafaclion l'urclia?ei? are replevied local! and eaainine their ' slock be lot u pure baaing elacwkexe. Tbey name, in part? ' 811.KM. IS piece* i iIra quality black I'oult de Moie and oliier Milka S piece* :> 4 heavy figured and atriped, and oilier 8ilk* ?-L<k niacec ?*kamHiMUi \uiliar.l Mini oluiti RDil I other Silks 11A17. AKIN KS, be. 10 pieces super all wool Ualaariues 10 iio medium Jo 16 Jo low priced Jo 16 Jo rich Mousselines Je Laine 06 Jo meJmni and low priced Jo 10 Jo striped Sciudias, a new article 10 Jo new style priotrd Uerege 00 Jo French l?twu, heautnul at/le 16 Jo Jo lace pattern 16 Jo French and Far Is too Unchains 06 Jo white Cambric Muslins, assorted 06 Jo Jo Jecouel Jo 60 Jo plawl anJ lace Jo 06 Jo Swiss, Niuisook, aiiJ Mull Jo 06 Jo Cuuibric Dimities 60 CorJeJ Skirts, all user corJeJ 56 Josen liisere Linen cauibnc ijanJkerchiefs 06 Jo hemslltehej Jo SO Jo tape borJeraJ Jo cheap 100 Jo Collou Hoisery, assorted in black, while, anJ colors, cheap 05 pieces lush Liueu, o( the finest quality 06 Jo Jo medium 60 Jo Jo low pricej 13 <k> pillow case linens 05 Jo iiirJeje Diapers 05 Jo Huckaback Jo 10 Jo Table Jo all qualities aoJ wiJlhs 100 Damask Table Cloths, all ?iz>* and very cheap 100 pieces sss.nted Furniture ChiuU and CalieuM 15 Jo Furiiltnre Dimities 50 Jo Cotton Fringes, all price* anJ cheap IN Mil AWLS. IS rich hesvy curded Glsce 8lutwl* 12 do embroidered Cashuiere Oo 26 assorted do , do 15 plain Thibet do do 26 assorted Mousehnes de I-auie do 15 Berege do Together with beat quality? Kid Gloves, open lie: Gloves and Mita Superior Lnglish Hosiery, ladies' fancy Cravats Sun-shades, Thread Laces, and Inserting* I >iui11v Bands, Grass Cloth for skirts Tarlelon and Book Muslins And a great variety of other goods in the way of Trimming, fee. BCACK AND 8ICOOND MOURNING GOODS 25 pieces black and jet-black Bombesins, comprising the various shades, qualities, and prices, and of the most celebrated manufacture 15 pieces jet-black Alpaccas ) unusually cheap and 20 do blue black do y beautiful 15 do black Alpacca Chintzes 10 do half mourning Halzarines 100 do low priced black Calicoes 40 do black Veil and other Crapes 1 carton black Love Veils and Handkerchiefs do best quality black Gloves 1 do heavy corded black silk 8hawls 2 do black Thibet do Together with all suitable Trimmings for mourning purposes. KSTEP It CATLETT. ni>i au?juhj rpHB BUILDER'S QUIDS? Cheap. - Hill. I ' Builder's Guide; the mo?t modern and approved methods adopted b.y -kilt'ul architect, in the various 1 department. of Carpentry, Joinery, Masonry, and Sculpture, embracing all the detail., and particularly adapted to the want, of the lean experienced, by Cheater Hills, piactical Architect, containing .evenly large folio platea, drawn on a large acale, and giving al.o . practical treali.r on the aeveral order, of Grecian, Roman, and Gothic atyle of building. The one complete in one large folio volume (newspaper -lie,) publi.hed at IS dollar., A few copies for by F. TAYLOR; pro e 55 ."id. NEW MUSIC. J UST received, the following piecea of New Mu ic, at the OLD established .tore, two door, ea.t of 12th .treet, Pennsylvania Avenue. W. FISCHER. My .iater! Oh ! my aiater?by L. T. Chadwick When the early .tar. are peeping?by C. Meineke Daya of my childhood?by C. F. Heuberer The American National song of Liberty?by S. Raddon A.k me no more to *ing that aong of gladnea.?by Glover The old church clock?by J. Long Unfading beauty?by F. Peterailea The Ftee, the German Rhine?by J. W. Hudson I'm with you once again?by W. R. Deinpaler The Matin bell Jeanie Morrison?by W. R. Drmpntcr TI.. ?r i.r? n t W.I.I. The hells, the bells of evening'?by A. Lee The Inch Cape Bell?by J. Parry Stare of the summer night!?by O. W. Withringon Mary Hay?by R. Bruce Little Eddie!?by J. N. Metcalf The bold outlaw?Glee?by II. R. Bishop 'Tie a very merry thing?Glee?by J. A. Wade Grubbed age ami youth?Guarlette?by Rev. J. S. Stephens Come, Fairies, trip it on the gra?s?glee?by J. Parry Down the dark water*?doett?by C. Jeffries The mariner love* o'er the waters to roe m?by A. Lee Sweet walti?by C F. Ilebestreit Indian summer grand waltt?by T. Bricher Four easy waltxes?by J. B. Wnodbuiy Lite is a dieam?grand walti?by Straus* Lose not?a celebrated quickstep Independent Grey's quick step?by B. Reus Caxueau's quick step?by F. H. Hrunn Nix my Dolly?a favorite quickstep Village quickstep?by E. L. White Johnson's quick step?J. G. Jones Kra tante angroscie, Rondo?by F. Hunter Itenibnven's celebrated andante?arranged bv II. Herz Favorite polka of the Rhine?by E. Wolff Paris polka?by P. Schubert Romance sans paw lea?S. Thalberg Rubini polka?P. Schubert Three favorite polkas?by C. Labitzky Quadrilles les adieux?by V. l.a/.Hrd Ethiopian quadrilles, danced by the Virginia minitrela ha Gitana?by H. Herz Children*' psriy quadrilles?by Csmelle Schobert Rory O' Nioore, wnh variations?by E. B. Boherstewicz She wore a wreath of roses, with variations?by , Valentine hady mine, with vsria'ions King's singers daily practice?by C. M. King A companion to the choir?by C. M. King Jenny get your hoe cake done, by Joe Sweeny. Jim along Josey Ole Virginny break down?by Joe Sweeny De ole jaw bone?by Joe Sweeny Ole Tare river?by Joe Sweeny Jumbo Jiiin?by John Smith Dec. 7?3ti ANNUALS, SOUVENIRS, BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS. JUST received by F. TAYLOR, The Diadem for 1845, 1 volume quarto, bound with crimson silk, with numerous engravings heallets of Memi ry, for 1845, I volume octavo, bound and gilt, in white calf, containing many illustrations and poetical and prose contributions. The illustrated Books of Christian Ballads, for 1845, edited by Rufus W Grxwold. The hiterary Souvenir for 1845. The Gift for 1845 Oracle,* from the Poets?a aew and Fanciful l)i version for the Drawing Room?by Caroline Oil man Poets snd Poetry of England?by R. W. Gri*?ii i . * _ Beautiful edition* of Bhak*pe?re, Milton, Byron, Campbell, Moore, and many other of the most nop ular author* in Poetry and Pro*e, *ome of them beautifully illustrated; othara richly bound and ?mbelHabed. Fine edition* of the Bible; Trayer Book* of arary kind ami description, liooki for young people in great variety. dec 16 BY TUB FHESIDKNT OF 1 lit UNITED | STATIta i IN PURSUANCE of luw, I, Johm Tyi.na Pr?i- i 1 drill ol Ilia United fkatoa ii| America. il.i horrtiv In ltm and make known that public In* will l*? held it Hi* undermentioned I.and Ollii r* ill ilia Slate ol AKKANSAS, *1 the period* hereinafter di signaled, o Wll : At the ] .and Oilier at B A'l'liS VIL1.E, oonnuencng on Monday ill* thirteenth day of January nril, or the di?|~>aal of (he public land* within the undermentioned township*, *i* \orth of the lime Line unit It eel of the Meridian. Township six, of range two. Township tour, of range three. Section* one to inclusive, and *eclion twelve in lowiiahip one, of range four. The anmll traction ol aeelion all, ill lownahlp ten, noilh mid we?t of the Cherokee boundary, ol range ten Tuwnehlp till ecu, of range twelve. Townahip thirteen, ol' range litWn. At the Land Office at PA YBTTEVILLE, commencing un MonJav (tin thirteenth day ol January ueit, tor the di?|?>?al of the public laiida within I lie undermentioned towlivhipe, vix Townahip fifteen, of range twenty-one. Townallip nun teen, of i ange twenty-three. Townahip twenty-one, of range twenty-five. 1'ownahipa twenty end twenty-one, of range twenly-?even. Towti.h/pa twelve and thirteen, of range thirty At the 1 atnd Office at JOllNHON COURT MOUSE, couunencing on Monday tlie tenth day ol February ueit, lor the Otapoaal of the public landa within the limit> of townahip aix, north of range twenty utile, wrat of the meridian. At the Land Office at LITTLE ROCK, commencing on M adly the twenty-aeveulh day of January ueit, lor the dirponal of the public latnfa within the liiiuta of aectiona one, two, eleven, twelve, north half of ihirteen, north half ut fourteen, eaat half of twenty-four, and noithcaal quarter of twenty-five, in lownah'p two, aouth of range three, west of the meridian. At the Land Office at HELENA commencing, on Mondav the third day of February next, tor the diepoaal of (he pubilo landa hereinafter designated, vix : South of the Hate Line ami li'eit ijthe Men (liun. The fraction of towixblp Uirre, cm tn? ?<>uin ami we.i tide ol' White river, including l?o lelanda in KCtioiu ivti-tiiy-eight, and ibirty-lhree, ol range one. Tlx fraction of township two, on the aeuth and wr?t tide of White nvrr of range tw i. The section* and factional aectione one, two, tbrer, four, nine, ten eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen, and the mall fraction# of aectiona twenty-four and twenty-five on ihr north and eaal aide of While liver. Aleo, the aectiona and fractional aectiona thiee, lour, five, an, ten, eleven, twelve, the north half and eoulheaat quarter of aectlon thirteen, the noith half of aectlon lourteen and the lloitheaat quailer of aectlon fifteen, on the aouth and weal aide of While river, in townahip three, of range two. Lands appropriated by Lw for the uae of echoola, military, or other purpoeca, will be excluded from vale. The sales will each be kept open for two weeks, (unleaa the lands are sooner disjiosed of,) and no longer, and no private entries of land in the townships so oflered will be admitted, until alter the expiration of the two weeks. Uiveu under my hand, at the city of Washington, thia eighth day ol October, Anno Domini one thousand eight huudred and forty-four. JOHN TYLER. By the President: Thus H. Blase, C'ommuiuiwcr of the General I And Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled lo the right of pre-emption to any land* within (he timid of ihe townships aliove enumerated, is required lo establish (he same to the satisfaction of (he Regi.l. r and Receiver of the proper Land Office, and mike payment therefor as loon 1 practicable after teeing this notice, and before iheday appointed lor the commencement of the publir aale of the lownahip, embracing the tract claimed, above designated, other* lie such claim will lie lorfeiled. THO. H. BLAKE, Commissioner of the General Land Office. Oct. 10 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. IN pursuance of law, I, John Tylm, Pieaident of the United Stat of America, do hereby declare and make known, that public lab's will be held at the undermentioned Land Offices in the Territory of IOWA, at the periods hereinafter designated, to wit: At the Land Office at DU BUQ.UE, commencing on Monday the thirteenth day of January next, for the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships, and fractional townahipa, vix: North of the Base] line, and East of fifth principal Meridian. Township* eighty-four,'eighty-five and eighty-six, of range one. Townships eighty-four Mid eighty-five, of range two. Townships eighty-foar, eighty-tive, and eightyfcix, of range three. Townships eighty-four and eighty-ail, ' of range four. Township eighty-four, and fractional township eighty-five, embracing two inlands in the Mississippi river, forming part* of sections one and twelve, of range five. Fractional township eighty, including part of an island in the Mississippi, within the limits of seclions seven and pighteen. Fractional township pighty-one, including Swan Island and the part of"Big Beaver Island" wiihin the township, arid townships eighty-three and eightyfour, of range six. Fractional township eighty-one, including the portion of "Big Beaver Island" wiihin its limns, Little Rock Island, and the south part of an island forming parts of sections fivr and six, in the Mississippi river, of range seven. North qf the Bate tint'and Weet qf fifth principal Meridian. Townships eighty-four,^eighiy-five, eighty-six and eighty-seven, of range one. A I.IlLomt nines enm.n.neln. n? M.n.l. .. .... r , the twenty-seventh day ol January next, for the tliajroaal of the public land* within the township* hereinafter designated, viz: Aorf/t of the Bast Line and West of the f\fth principal Meridian. Townahipa seveniy-eight, seventy-nine, eighty, eighty-one, eighty-three, eighty-four, eighty five and eighty-am, of range nine. Townahipa aeventy-eight, e-ghty, eighty.one, eighty-three, eighty-lour, eighty-five and eigh y-*ix, of range ten. Townahipa seventy-eight, eighty and eighty-one, of range eleven. The lots one and two, in fractional aeclion twentytwo, in township ninety-five, of range three. At the Land Office at FAIRFIELD, commencing on Monday, the tenth day of February nezt, for the disposal of the public lands within the townships and fractional townships hereinafter designated, viz : Aor</i qf the Base lane and West nf the f\fth principal Mirulian. Townahipa seventy-tour, seventy-five, seventy-six and seventy-seven, of range ten. Townships seventy to seventy-seven, inclusive, of range eleven. Fractional township sixty-seven, and townshi|is sixty-eight to seventy-six, inclusive, of range twelve. Also, at the same place, commencing on Monday, the twenty-fourth day of February next, for the die poeal 01 ine purine iinm wnmn the townahlpa and fractional townahipa hereinafter deaignated, viz: Nrrth of the Rase Line antI WeM qf lhe fifth principal Meridian. Fiactional tnwnahip aijty-eeyen, and townahipe aixty-eight to eeventy-four, incluaive, of range thirteen. i Fractional tnwnahip aiity-aeven, and townehipa aiity-eight to ee?enty-three, incluaiae, of range fouitpcn. Fractional lownahip aiity eerrn, and lownahipe *uty-eight to aeacnty-threc, incluaive, of rang* fifteen. i The paat half of the annthweat quarter of aertion < eight, in townahip a??enly-ee?en north, of range three, east of the 5th principal meridian. Laoda appropriated by la* for the uae of aehoola, I military, or other pnrpnee*. will be ear laded from I ale. 1 The eelee will each be kept open for two weeka, < fnnleee the laada are aonoer dtapoeed of] *ad ao loa j*i end no prITtle fi'inrt of lend, In the luwrnhlpe 10 altered will be edaillVwi, Until tlwi ll?e eiplieltoli *1 the two w.oke Given under my hnnlkit the city of Wuhlaglou, lbi> metnh dey of October, Anno Dououi, 1m44. r JOHN TYlJiK. f By III# Prreldent t Too U. Hint ( unmuiwntr of lAa (tenet al Land NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS Every pemon entitled to the right ul pre-emption In aiiy lamia within the llmUa of the towiiahipe above enumerated, i> irtjuiicil tu eatabliab tl>? ?juh tu lb* allatncliui) at the Kugialer and Receiver uf 'he (JruI er Laud Olflce, and make payment dierrfur u? euun at ftfaolieable after teaiug (hit nutici, and liefure the day appointed lur the coiumenceuirul uf the public ale ul die towuahip, embracing the tract claimed, tttiuve designated, otherwise ?uch claim will be lurleited. THO. II. BLAKE, < ummittiuntr g/ (he Oeneral Lund ((JfUt. Oct. lit? BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 8TATEB. < N pursuance of law, 1, John Trim, Preeidentof I die 11 Oil.-,I Si.11re of A iiirr ii .! lirrrby declate | uIid make known thai public ??le? will be held at the undermentioned Hand Other* in die Stale uf MISSOURI, ul tne periods hereinafter designated, tu wit. At the Laud Office at FAYETTE, commencing on Monday, the thirteenth day of January neat, for the iliepoaal of the public landa within the undermentioned lownahipe, via: JtTortk 0/ (he Hum liiu and Wind l}f Ike Ji/lk ftrin ipai .Meridian. Tuwnahtta maty five and iity-aix, of range* fuu'teeu, fifteen, and ailteen. At the Land Office at CLIN TON, commencing on Monday, the twentieth day of Jauuary nell, lor the diepoeul uf the public lauda wiihtu the underiiienlioued towiiahipe, via: VarfA til Ike Bate fine and WeiI of Uu J'flk jmnci/ieU rm rotten. Tow nahip forty-two, of ranges twenty-eight and twenty nine. Township ihirty-U ?, of range thirty-one. At the Land Office at SPRIN(iFIELI), eom mcncing ou Monday, the twenty-seventh day of January nnt, for the disposal of the public landa within the undermentioned lownawtpe, ?h: Ji'mlk of On Bail line and H'nt iff Ou flfOi principal meridian. Township thirty-four, of range nineteen. Tuwnahip thirty-two, uf range twenty-one. Township thirty-two, ol range twenty-lour. Townahi|M thirty-three and thirty-lour, of range twenty-five. Landa appropriated by law for the uae of achonla, military, or other pur(*>ees, will be eicluded from aale. '1'he aalea will be kept opeu fur two week*, (unleoa the landa ate aooner disposed of,) and no longer, and no private enlriea of land in the lown hi|? ao offered, will te admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks Gtvan under my hand at the City of Waahiogtoo thia eighth day of October, Anno Domini, IH44. JOHN TYLER. By the President : Tbo. H. Black, Commissioner iff the General Ijand Office NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption to any lands within the limits of the towu*hi| a above enumerated la required to establish the same to the ratmfartion of the Register and Receiver of the proper nltiee n ml makm i>n v ment t tie fet,,r oa lomi <u urar tumble after string tku notice, and before the day appointed fur the commencement of the pubic sale ol the township embracing ihe tract claimed above de signaled otherwise auch claim will be forfeited. THO. H. BLAKE, Commissioner qf the General Land Office. Oct 10? 4 NASTASI8; or the Doctrine of the Keaurreclion of the Body, rationally and Bcripturally considered. By George Bush, professor of Hebrew New York University. REVOLUTIONARY ORDERS OK GENERAL WASHINGTON?issued during the years 1778, '80, 81, '82, published in 1 vol. For sale by F. TAYLOR. no* 1?3t SUPREME COURT UNITED STATES. December Term, 1841. TN compliance with law, sealed proposals will be X received by the undersigned, until 3 o'clock, P. M of Friday the 8th ot Match next, for executing the pinning for the Court truin and after the present term. Each proposal must be signed by the individual or firm making it, must agiecily the price, (and but one price) lor each of the different kinds of printing required, and must be accompanied bv satisfactory testimonials of the ability ol the bidder to perform the work. For specimens of the different kind* of printing required, and the mode and manner of doing the woik, application must be made to the Clerk. By order ot the Court: WM, THOS. CARROLL, dec. 13?lawbw c. 8 C. U. S. 'JM1E MEDICAL STUDENT, BY "PUNCH." ?The Physiology of the l^ondon Medical istudent, and Curiosities of Medical Experience ; with illustration* by Leech. Price 23 cents. neceived lor sale by i>ec. 'J? F. TAYLOR. KEBLE'S CHRISTIAN YEAR; Thoughts in verse lor the Sundays and Holy days throughout the year. Published m a neat small volume. Allison on Taste?new edition?with corrections and improvements ; by Abraham WjlL, A. M. Just received by Dec. !>? F. TAYLOR. rpHK AMERICAN HOUSE CARPENTER?A Treatise upon Architecture, Cornices and Mouldings, Framing doors, windows and stairs?together with the inn?l important principles of Practical Geometry?by R. O. Hatfield, Architect?1 volume, with 300 engravings, price g'2 25. Just published by , F. TAYLOR. fsIlAl'MAN ON FEVERS-?Lectures on . the more important eruptive levers, hemorrhages, and dropsies, and on gout and rheumatism, delivered 1 in the University of Pennsylvania, by N. Chapman, . M. 1). 1 volume octavo, just published and this day received for sale by ' F. TAYLOR. ( Also, Lectures by the same author, on the more , important diseases of the Thoracic and Abdominal t Viscera, 1 vol. oclavu, 1M4. , nov 18?3t lyAVERLY CIRCULATING LIBRARY, Penn. avenue, immediately east of Gadshy's Hotel, is < regularly supplied with a number of copies of every I now work, immediately ujion publication, for the use of its subscribers. r The Biitish Reviews and Magazines, all of whieh t (leaving out only those of a professional character,) I are taken for the use of this Library, offer an ad- c vantage which is given !>y no other circulating library in the United Slates. They aro? f Ilrntlev's Maira/inr 'l'he United Service Journal, |, Tait's Magazine, ? The Metropolitan, Hlackwood'a Magazine, tl The Edinburg Review, j The Westminster Review, The Foreign Quarterly, * The Old Uuaiterly, The British and Foreign Quarterly, Ainsworth's Magazine, r Frazer's Magazine, The Dublin University Magazine, p Colbiirn'n New Monthly Magazine. Theae, it ia to be observed, are not the American re-printed newspaper copies, but the original British editions? good paper and large type, with all the illustrations; the copies for each month beini mailed by the Atlantic steamer of that month, leaving F.ngland on (he 4th, and reaching this Library with great regularity on Ilia 31st or 33d ol the same month for which they are published in England ; the |>netage lone, on this mode of transmission, costing upwards ?f filty dollars |#.r annum. Terms of subscription five dollars per annum Three dollars for six months, or one dollar for a single month N'me but those who si < ribe can he .llo-v s<4 !? obtain sober hoolrs or mags Tinea from t tic Mftrtrj, ?nrt n? wnnd ropy of anything to ho taken I jut tinttl the pre?iooi one be retnrned Dec. 4-tf F. TAYLOR, | CLOTHS, OAHSIMfcRKS, VK8T1WUU, fcc Wfc have l fata day received a large assortment uf Clothe, lesatiuciea, end Veelinge, which, in int of quality, once, and quantity, cannot tie aur esaed in Una maieet, all <>l which will be aold at Ilia oweat poeeible prices. We name in part ?5 pieces eatra finish wool-dyed black Clotha 10 do medium do 15 do do blue do 10 do medium do do -*<? i?.?ieU.U ?raa#l ilulill# oliV**. Iirfiien *u uv .......? , , , and green cloth* 515 do assorted Cloth*, suitable for ImloV use, exceedingly cheap 515 do larodon, Plaid, and plain Tweed* 60 do assorted Cassimeres, in fancy plaids, stupi d, figured, and plain 515 do rich Cashmere Vesting* III do medium * do 5 dozen rich Cashmere Hcarf* 5 do low priced do 35 pieces silk pocket lldktls 10 dozen linen cambric do Together with (Jloves, tfuspender*, Knit Shirt ind l)rawers, aud Hoeiery of every description. hot 514-lf K8TKP Ik CATLKTT n KKAT AKK1VAI. NKW COODS JCs i Hb I I CKIVKl) Wr !..>?? tin. day n crivi d 15 pieces super jet aud blue black Alpuccu* 10 do do drab and invisible green Alpaccas 5 do do chameleon change Alpaccas 15 do do jet black Bombesins 15 do do blue black do 515 do figured and plain low priced black Silk* 10 do extra heavy (wide) Poult de Sole 10 do tiros de Swiss and Italian Lustring* 30 do rich chameleon change Poult de Soie, ru b stripes '15 do plain tiros de Naples, suitable for lining* 15 do double Florences, all color* 515 do ladies' plaid and figured Cloaking* 515 do rich new style Mouaaeltnes de l.aine 10 do Cashmere do 15 do rich embroidered Thibet Shawls m viz* ?hiim?UAn rlianire <io 35 <Jo and medium Cashmere do 50 Bhawl* of assorted qualities 15 pieces 5-4 extra while Flannels 10 do 4 4 do do 15 do 7-8 do do 35 do red, yellow, and green Flannels 10 do French Mertnoes, desirable goods 35 do 4-4 Gothic Chintz, for niaide Minds 50 do rich Furniture Calicoes 1 ease rich and new style Chintzes 1 ease handsome Calicoes, at 13 cents 30 dozen super black Cashmere snd Alpacra Muss 30 do Raw Silk and Mohair Hose 50 do assorted Cotton do 10 do ladies' Merino Vests 3 do do Silk do 15 do colored and white Skirts 10 pieces extra line Cambric l>iuiilies 10 do medium do 35 do extra fine Irish Linens, cheap 30 do medium do do 30 do low-priced do do 10 do Linen Cambrics, from $ 1 to per yard 35 do extra fine Long laiwns 15 do medium do 50 do Birdseye Diapers, some of which are beautifully nne 10 do 8-4, 10-4, and 13-4 Damask Table Lineo 15 do Damask Napkins 35 do Russia, Huckaback, and other Diapers l.i do Hi 1"-1| and 13-4 Russia and Irish SheetI tigs 3 cases 6-4 and 13-4 Hamilton Sheetings 10 do ljongrloth Cottons 100 pieces real Georgia Nankeens 100 do Caasineta, assorted in colors and uah tie* 100 do Canton Flannels 100 do Penitentiary Plaids 50 do Curtain Muslins 15 do red Cashmeret 10 do drab Damask Moreen, and 1000 dn brown Cottons, at 6 cents per yard Together with every article kept in dry goods stores. The subscribers would invite purchasers to call "1^ atraminn llimr extaimiv* oatitrlmiinl nf muvU at the same time pledging themselves to sell as low, if not lower, than any other establishment in this or any other city. K8TKP & CATLETT Again, the BRANCH < >f f. PULVEKmaCHER'S LACE EMPORIUM, 21 Pratt street. Baltimore. In introducing to the Ladiei of Washington this card, I wish them to pay it their particular attention, because there are two things joined in my store between 9th and 10th streets, north side of Pennsylvania avenue, which will prove the greatest magnetism io every one who is inclined to buy, viz. cheap and handsome. The following desirable goods arrived the other day : Black and blue-black Velvet for scarfs, cardinals, and bonnets, together with the most suitable Trimmings, as black silk fringes arid lace for the first ones, and the very corresponding in and outside French flowers for the latter ones. A few already made Velvet Scarfs and I-ong Scarfs, very rich trimmed, sent to me only for models Velvet Collars trimmed with jet beads, Chenille Roses Wreaths for hair ornaments, Silk Velvet Handkerchiefs, at 75 cents ; here 1 cannot help mentioning the price French worked Collars of such a superior quality and cheapness that it would he a pity for any lady not to look at them, at least. Besides these things, Ladies, you will find a beautiful assortment of Ribands, Valenciennes,and Thread Laces, Mutfs, Perfumery, and French Jewelry, nov 29?eod2w Earthenware, china, and glassThomas Pursill, Importer, has the pleasure of informing his friends and the public generally that he has just received by lute arrivals from Liverpool and other sources? 113 packages of the above articles of the newest patterns and shapes Ivory handle and other Knives and Forks, insets ol J 1 pieces, ami separate German and Britannia Table and Teaspoons, Waiters Plated and Brass Candlesticks and Snuflcrs and Trays I^ooking-glasses, Castors, English and American Tea and Cotiee sets Cbffee Urns, covered and uncovered Pitchers, Ac. Astral, Hall, Side, Liverpool, Solar, and Reading Lamps and Wicks, of all sizes Also, Southworth's Patent Lard Lamp. All of which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as ow and on as good terms as at any other establishment. Goods assorted in the original packages, Pipes in jozes, Window Glass of assorted sizes at very low irices, Stoneware at reduced factory prices. The subscriber has the agency of a Britannia manjfactory, which enables him to sell these articlesit educed prices. He solicits a call from his friends ind the public generally at his stole on Pennsylvania ivenue, opposite Brown's Hotel, nov Ufi-eolm THOMAS PURSKLL. JUVENILE HOOKS, lor youths of ill M A large and valuable collection of the above is on land and for sale by F.TAYLOR Among which are many new ones, just receives), ind all of the most approved and standard works of hi? class Miss Edgewmth'a, Mary llowitt'a, Miss Sedgwick's, Miss Leslie's, Mrs. liofland's, and ithers. Also, a small lot of French Juvenile Books jost imsirted direct from Paris; a fine collection of the most stecmed writers in |?.etiy and prose, Imth English nd American, beautiful editions?manv of them finey illustrated, others richly hound, fir Christmas and "lew Year's presents. Portfolios, Drawing Books, beautiful English Bides, Albums, Colored Toy Books, gold and silver 'encil Cases, Card Cases, Ac , Ac . all at the Inwest iriees. F TAYLOR, Hm 15 Immwliitclf East of Gadahy's Motel THE POLKA. I'M IE following New Music is this day rerrived . and foi sale at one third less than the lowrst forthern pricea, at the Music and Stationery Store of WM. FISCHER, Penn. nr., two doors East of 12th street. The Polka, composed hy J. E. Milder. Philadelphia Soiree Polka, hy F. Wetland. Museum Polka, hy A. H. Mcti. Baden Baden Po Ita, hy Musaid. Berlin Prlka, by Labittkey. Faaurite Polka of the Rhine, by E. Wolff. Narrhalia Polka, hy J. Staal. Three Fatorite Polkas, hy Labiizkey. La Carlotla Polka, by Straus* Empress Anne's Polka, by S rausa. Lady Henrietta's Polks, by Bergmuller. New York Polkas, by Korponay. Saratoga Polka, do Faeorila American Polka, by Mad'lla. Knrpanay. Coiito Polka, by Launer. L? Polka Nouvella Danse Nationl, by Hart*, not. 19?3t. ? I