Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 26, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 26, 1843 Page 1
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Ma?? TH Vol. EX.?No. 83,?Wbol* No, 3DN. To tlio Public. THE NEW Y#RK HER ALD?daily newspaper?published every day of the year except New Year'* day and Fourth of July. Prioe 3 cants per copy?or f7 90 per annum?postages paid?cash in advanoe. THE WEEKLY HERALD?pnldishedevery Saturday morning?price 6} cents per copy, or $3 13 per annumpostages paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation oi the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing ast. It hat the largest circulation oi any paper in this city, or the world, and io therefore, the boil channel for business man inths city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds, executed at the most moderate prices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, .. .? II.... - B ? Northwn* corner of Fulton and Nassau streets M HOU8C 8 TO LET AT YORKVILLS..?a large houses on the corner of 84lh street and 3d avenue; either of them is calculated for a public house, grocery or private residence. On the premises is a fine stable, fowling al'ey, aad a fine garden. consisting of S .ot?, with (rape vines and fiuit trees Ihereuu. For terms, inquire of JOHN A. MORRILL. Esq., m? 8wr No. II Chatrhsra at. MTO LET?I he upper o?rt ol the store No. 7 New street, a few doors from Wall street; tho second story has two offces, and it is adapted for a merchant or lawrer. Also, the three story house 31 Wa'lter at, between B rood way and Church at, an eicellent situation for a genteel finally, occupied by Mr. Verplsnclt. The brjck atoie corner of Pike and Cherry streets, occupied by Messrs. Valentine k Co., as a leed store, a desirable situation. The convenient two story house with attic rooms, basement Mid counter ccller, No. 129 Nineteenth street, occupied by Mr. Werks The two story brick house. No 73 Gold street, oue door from Spruce at, formerly owned by Mr. Milsa Hitchcock. The rents will be moderate. Appiy to MR. DELAPLA1NE, 68 Wall street, at lm*r in rffice No. 9, cor, ef Water at. M" TO LET.?In Dean strest, near Smith stree', Brooklyn, the splendid three story home, finished in the best manner, with two lots ol ground attached. Also,coach . stables, kc. A variety of the most choice grape vines. Also, several (ruit treets, with a wsll and pump of excellent spring water on the premises. This property is well calculated or the accommodation of a respectable family, to whom it will be let for one year or more on accommodating terms, bv applyl,S!,0 JOSEPH McMURRAT, ml r 1(W Pine srroet. mTOL.ET?\ pleasant two story house, com aim ng 3 bed roi.ms, an openganet, two sitting looms, front and back basement, s ood cistern ol water, grass plait front ir. Inquire at 93 Eldridge at. Also, to let, two rooms, basement and cellar, enquire at 241 Division at. mil 2w*?c JmA TO LET?The firo proef brick store, No. IbA Bouth fr?W at, with immediate ro?rsi inn if required, app'v to ,'^jL WOODHULL k MINI URN, m'4r 11 *?inin urm. ~55F TO l.ET?1 ha two story hnck Home and premises, f!IJ No. MS Wooiler street. finished in the most modem JJftityle, with marble mantel-pieces and folding doori thmn:kout. Apply to JOSEPH McMORRAY, m23r 100 Pine street. TO LK|>-A Rail Loft >n (tore No. 61 South itreet, on teuunim terms. Apply to JOHN HERD MAN, m?lr On-the premises. TO LET? From 1st of Moy next, the modem bnilt r? two itory brick house, No. 11 Third at, with attic, bnteXjULmeot and cellar, and marble mantles throughout. For farther pa'ticnlars inqnirc at479K Pearl at isr Im* JtaA. OFFICES TO LET?In store No. 69 Hoath street. Apply to joseph McMUBHAY, Jyl ? Pine street, f liec COTTAGE TO LET?To let on I org l.lnud, beantifally sitnated on the water, about 20 miles Iroin the ciiy, a neat rouotry cottage, with garden, stable id; a mage to and from the tail.oad prases the home every mo>ning and cvrni'g; for a widow lady wishing 11 retire from the city, or f-r a small family during (he summer months, the silnatioois vety das-rable; to a respectable tenan' the rent will b- moderate. Apply at 132 Amity rt _ ipgS tt*r j/si, For SALE?A desirable country residence at fifi Hempstead Village, Long Island; a large well built f '.iSi House, inc. ttue style, with iarut, Sheds, Ac.,and ten acres of first rare land, in fading a Garden well stocaed with shrubbery, fruit trees, fee., in a high state of cultivation; it is located on Fulton street, leu then e half e mile uf the New Yoihai d Lob; Island Railroad, whi-h lias a couimuiiie.riou with tht1 city several times a day, and at a rate of tare v-ry much reduced from former prices, making it a most dettiable residence fora person retiring from the city, or one who may with to do business in the city. A portion of the m ney can remain on mortgage, rail the p.il ui. e c in Ye paid in dry goods or groceries at market prices. For further pat titulars, apply to JOHN ?*. VOORHIES, Book Store. No 74 Nh iru st. N. Y , or JOHN J.MARSHALL. Postmaster, mt Jw Mamamneclr. Weatrheatcr ,o., N. Y. awA Fom OALK ?A .??>! n! ?? ia F,r R<v-kaway. L I , rt-w sitna cd on the tu, omle hetwreu r|i- 1 oil gate and Da rid T. Jrnumgs'. brtwrt n five and tit acre# o' land, two I en clouted, and ote set out in walked peach tree*, with a smalt In us- tni Toon Alio 4 Lota on 47th street, 9)0 feet from the 8 h Ar?nne, For fprher particulars app'y to John L. Noiton, Jr., at Dr. A L.And r?on, 3) East Br. adway. i?216*r 8PAL 10US A v D FASHIONABLE, HOTEL IN PHILAD ' LrHlA. AaA THE faahleniblr Hotel, Marshall Home, capable of ff'IO accommodating 150 persons, situate in Chestnut street, X4lL.b<:(Wrr0 6lh an I 7th streets iu t hiladt luhia,having beeu reiruil. roach improved and repaired throughout, is to be let at a reduced rent, for a term of rears. Apply to SAMUEL l'OWEL. 207 Chestnut street, or to JOSEtH B. TUWN8END. 93 2taw lm*r 309 Arch street. FA"M~FOR BALK ront-imng 33 acres, the greater I yAjiart of which is meadow and plough land, with a grod oung i pile orchard, with a variety of cherries, pe*rs, and rlntnba, and other frait. The buildings, consisting of a good Intra, cow house, carriage home, corn crib, and sheds. Tor cattle, together wi.h a good dwelling house and well of water at the Joor; a sufficiency of firewood; there is a freer (ailing stream of water tunning thiough the taad. The above farm is situated about three miles fmm Elisabeth town, N.J , on ihe main road to Westfisld, and within two hundred yards of the stopping place of the Eiitibelhtown and Bomcmlle Railroad cars. Any further description is not aeersrary, us persons wishing to purchase will view for themselves. For price end nsrucn'ais, apply to John D. Murdoch, ou the pre mists, or Jame> D. ft, No. 141 Rivinjton slreet, N Y. M B ?This would he a desirable location for a pumrn driog business in New Yok, bri.tg withia two hours lideofthe ciry. March Itth, I?1. Htw'se SFAKM AT AUCTION?WUI be offered at public vendue, the farm late of William Cook, deceased, in Hanover, Morris Cnnaty, N. J., containing 129 acres suitably divided in meadow, pasture and plough land, with a large supply of wood and timber, a convenient dwelling house, two barns, and other out hnases. Will he offerea together or in parts, at the home of Win. McFsrlaa. iu Whi ipany, on Friday, the 34th of March, instant, at i o'clock. P. M. Conditions will be liberal, and attendance at the time of #?le by the subscribers. SILAS TUTTLE. CALVIN HOWKLL. *r Kn?fniosi 01 ni<l Drcra?ed. tod HMORANUE h?ving taken ihe Ma shall Home, corner of Broadway and Reed (treat, and fitted it op coinmodionsly for the reception of boarders. would mott reapectfully auuemiee to the [eraclities in the United stater, that he has a in i>le accommodation lor a large nimer of gmitlriifn, with or wit!oat their wiecs, daring the I'aitover Hn.iilayi. Pir(out Ireliug detiroo( of melting the Marthall Home ihtir home for toy I eriod, wilt find th*t no aiuutnn or expente ihall be apartu to reader them comfortable, and the pricei moderate to aoiMhe timet. in21 ht't TJ EMOV AL.?The office of the J ff?no'< I nenrance Coin i* It II* bat been lhn day removed to 36 Wa'iatreel, opuc vil the Mi rehauu' Kxehauae. n> 13 ec D KMOVAL.?P. MAES. Hair Dreaaer and W ig M titer, li*s XV removed from 163 to lib ilritdw y, a lew d-ur? below the Fr?nkliu H u?e, and o|nioaiie Jului creel Having fined np a new room a he most (aeliionable <tyle, he ni l continue the saaae business ami Will tie pleased to aee ilia old friemlj and patrotia and oihera who mavnonn him witliaeall Hu lis. also private Minn for ladtea hair dressing and jatnpooiug. Tliia powerful Eilr.cl of Jampoony i< eoiniidere t by thousand. ot New Yorlieis and (tmugen at one of the healthieat articles for the eon of daudrnff an i strengthening of the hair?approved by the faculty of Madicme in Paris, and patented at Washington. Nothing it more pleasant aud deli.htful than to go through this operation in the hands of P. MAES. mi6iw*ec BILLIAKIJ SALOON. no. i barclay NT KENT, THREE DOOI',8 BELOW the american hotel. 1)RICE RKUUCED to One Mulling per Hu dred.froml * A M. to JP Me?The subscriber inloiins hit tnand. aud the public in genera1, that ho hu kite New Billiard Tables, in epuraaa apairmenta?two in thcu; per fiont saloon?two in the rear saloon, and one in the fiont room?ill in first rate oider. Each get lie mat viaitmg the istabluhment will be furnished With a private Cue,'oa his especial use?the tablet being in different apartments, too pr-ipriitoi thinks it will render it more ?Ri,l,VlRrS lo gentlemtuviMtioa hu houaa. ALSO, TWO EINE BOWLINU ALLEV8 IN THE . ... . BAJEMRNT. Mia Ray Will ft imvi ht iiraniaul w.ti, .l. uri a Liquor* >"> fcMt ***'? b* h?d?Ol.u Sherry Gobbler*. Mlu* Itlru. ranches; made la a rosuuer But to be surpawed N B.?The apartment* h*n undergone thorongh refilling ?new JlBfKf, paiUUB*, ?X|T7-(i*ntlem*? wiu plaaeeta eamaanieat* air neglect of daty of ike nt**deB*?, at the bar. KKA.NC1B MONTKVERDK. lech 14 1?**f i Barcay itrwt metallic razor strop WITH FOUH SIUJlS, invented by Q BAUNDKRfl, Iut keeping Ma*or? alw.ya in oidei?it prod urn a tmooth and thio edga to a uxor in a tenth part of th* tinr required ou * bona, withoni twing ail or water. No other at.ic'r of the kind b ever bet B *o uiim rully known aad approved oif, liavuig been lar lh? la*t twenty-fiva yean in coin taut nee in neatly all the cutlery c?tabli?hinen'? in Karate, and there aeknowledyed to have no equal. In New Vorfc, where it w?a invented, it received lint premium* at the American Institute erery time it wa? preaented for competition, and dually (sailboat the aid *f puffing.) ealab i.died a rcpututin iu all pari* ol America, at being uicouly hoxoi Suop uiat will ke* p r.nara in perfect order. Gertilicair* are n the |>o*?'*?ion of Ilia inventor from the mm scientific gtmlnaeu of both eoontriea, speaking Uigniy ot Iheir Bparionty. Woen taking iuio coiiankrslion that thoae gentleinrn have no mlereat 10 llir lata rd .lie article, and give thi ii teaumoay without solicit ituiu, speaks voluior* m its favor. It i* the -uly strop thai liaa betn drained winIby el uriUlion and Oountr ilrmug. The great number ol thoae alone would rump it a* being lhef.Pm.tinl |ierfeCliou. '1 hat it may b? ino,e aatnl setory la tut public, the Bimeaof hiMCgrnlleiot-ii wlv h vr gnen cerimcaie* a* I i ihe menu of the bir >v are ''en pubiitnrd?-tieneral Jtimta 'i'allmsdge, Prendeutoltlie Auoriic n lustiitsie ; Piol. John frnacom, Ul. Vueuline hioit, aud Mr Mi'likr n, catlrt to the |{n>al Sai y, jel fttrand VI nafneiory bM Broadway. New Vork mi iiu't Ii" H K 11 >1 r A I ? l he i i, | i , , J,,,. .,|,|, , hi oi llio c,iiuer ol Weat and Wwtff?q strreta, would infounh-* CB*t mar* i'nd ill' p-.blie in (euna', lliat owing to th* >at<Hie? vl (lit *o?*nn n* ha, ( .UC *1-II Ui cl use the above place, lu will slwaya *? Is*dy *uid willing to .u.iply bop keeper i and ret* leia with be- f, ' utk au I M iiton nv Uw qwirur or ,arg> r qnrnlt'y fro h<* H' ngnier House a h street,!'* ton* wish ? V ' ( < bs thu* auppiied wuli a fil'l r* e article and at a muder ate price, are rs quelled to aiakr a plo-aiioi, *, above, or at th* Upper Bill's Head, a irner Jd avenue and 24th *|a. miT lia'r JOHN W. PHAETON. fNtifPHH?A eomplate aaaortmant of ailim quality fcugliah X Gopper. (mm llMfiai. iaat reeeis ed i*r late arnfala, for ifc by A H GOU.UNS * CO.M BofiUi .1 E NE N ~~ Jit SOUND PILOT. r?WKN PRE8COTT. Pilot lor New Badlord. N?nt?cket Shoals, Boston, Portsmouth, Portland. Keuuebeck, and other porta. Office at Krye tir Bhaw's Nautical Store, 2tt Water, corner Bevkman street, N. Y.?Vice vursa Adams' K* i>rs??, B.ntoit, three duys before wanted. Charge the nme aa froru Gay Herd. m4 liar drgg- " OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PAS .JHFeVSAGE 0KK?;iC,6l South street. New York?Re* eMWfau'iir Line of Packets?Tlie isheiibsr continue* to brm^ out iwrsous from any part of (ireat Britain aud Ireland, who inny be m^yed by their friends here, hy the refQl&r 'loe of packet ships, siilirij every ?u days #rom Liverittol. Peraons ?endui?,' for their friends, nsav rely that just care will b? taken 'o hate them d**patched without delay in Liveroool.aud w-il always endeavor to merit a continue ice of the public partomtac which has been so liberally bestowed for many y^ars : past: and tho?e remitriur money can have drafts payable at all the Banks aad brauchet tnrouehout the United Kingdom. Kor farther particulars, apply fif by letter, post paid] to idr jTlHV MKUDV1AN.6I W?.mh ?t. tSHVilBH A>1> WORTH AMSKIUAJN ftOkAL MAU HTKAM SHIPS, Of ldMitons and 441 horse power each. Under contract with the Lorde of the-Admiralty. IT* aSBE HlBERNIA, C. H. E. Judkins, Commander. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, do CALEDONIA. E. G. Lott, do ACADIA, A. Ryne do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miliar, H N do WUI sail from Liverpool and Boston, via Haltfur us follows: .Rom nitsarool. from sostsr. Acadia, llyris, Feb 4 Mar t Colombia, Miller. Mir 4 Ap'l 1 Britannia, Hewitt, Ap'l 4 May 1 Hibeniia. Jndkius, Ap'l 19 May 16 The accommodations lor passengers are superior. The vessels are aecmpanu-d by experienced surgeons, and amply supplied with Frances' PateutLife Boats. Passage redus' d to S120. No Berths secured until paid for. For further information. apply ro D. BKIUHAM, JR.,al HAKNDEN It CO'S, No.lWalUt. j?c f UA Jl/UilVAA AL>1/ LilVliArUUli. The Royal Mail 8team Shin COLUMBIA. 0. H. E. Jud kins. commander, will leave Boston for tlie above porta on Saturday, Apiil 1st. Passage to Liverpool $120 Passage to Halifax 20 Apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr Agent, m2'ec 3 Wall street. STATEN ISLAND EKflitT. " Foot of Whitehall itreet On and after Dee. 3d, the steamer STA1 EN ISLANDER, will run aa follow#, until further notice LEAVE STATIN ISLAND. NEW YORK. OXA.M, 9 A.M. 10 11 3P.M. Uif.M, d3r 5 aifW, | RAIL ROAD LINE OF 8TAOE8 WK! Wh^HMFBOM NEW YORK TO BEDFORD.On and after Tu'tday, January 31, 1813 the luBscribert win rcn a line of stages from Bedford to New York three timet a week, aa follow*:? Leavea Seely's Mansion Kouie, B-dford, every Monday, Wednesday . and Ftitfav rnorn-nr, at 8X o'e ock. Leavea the Railroad Hi tel. corner of Bowery and Broome atreeta, New York, every Tneaday, Thursday and Saturday morning, by the 9 o'clock rara. patting Marble Hall, East Cheater, White Plaiua.Robbina' Mills. Mi'e Suu'r*. Newcaatleand Bedford. HIRAM DEFOREST, > O. C. LEWI9, J Proprietors. Tlie Red Bird Line of Stagea will continue to run during the winter from White Plaina every day at 8 o'clock, and New Yorkat 2o'cIock,P. M , Sundays excepted. HIRAM DEFOHE9T, m2fl lwc Proprietor. TO THE LADIES. INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT AND PERSON1 AL BEAUTY, cimaiderrd in connection witli DR. FELlX OOURAUD'S POUDKES SUBTILES. The ten I p: or whose atndy it to imitate the exquisite workmanship of nature, port rave in hi* model o! the human form, a broad and elevated forehead. Tina develo. ment ia not only consonant with, but sometimes necessary to the possession of a higb order of m-util faculty. If a hue I ore he id it a mark of intellect, ins no lets in esreutinl element of personal beauty, and it it of imiarrtance to th"se.and there are many strch,possessed of this prominent feature, though obscured by tlie encroachments of a too luxuriant growth of hair, to remove that pardon ol an excrescence which tends, in their caae. only to deform, This can be dune safely, speedily, effectually, and, if used in accordance with directions, without the least inconvenience, by Dr. Felix Gounod's Poudre Subtile. Tiir Itnze ol the lip, when annoying, or the short hair en the hack of a l-.oica' neck, when too apparent?the hair of a mole, or the Beard, when nigh upon the chee*. may all be removeJ, and eventually the roots destroyed, by the use of this preparation. OOURAUD'S EAU DE BEAUTE, OK TRUE WATER OK BEAUTY! Fur removing freckles, tan, piuiples, blotches, aorea, burns, and a'l culaueona eruptions, realizing delicate white hands, peck *l?d ar,p*t *f.d eliciting a hc*IUi| JuiuulU apprOliUjCe.? $1 pcrhotrle. OOUH \yD'S /EOETABLE ROUOE ! Composed materially f.om Rowers and simples, imparts delicate carnation tinge to the cheek, immovable by perspira tiou or rubbing with a handkerchief or a linen doth. 50 cents per bottle. OOURAUD'S BLANC D'ESPAGNE! An excellent preparation for imparting a pure, life-like whiteness to the completion, free from the injurious proiiertiet generally entering into combination lor this purpose. Put up in eiexani Doles IIU cents escn. Aeggrs.?A. S. Jordan, 2 Milk street, Boston ; New York?Albany, Outline, 4 Maiden La?e; Puughkeepaie, Jared Gray; Utica, Wade. druggist; Hamilton, M. Co. ( rear k Grants; Louisville, Lonis County: W. A.Chase; Goshen, Elliou. Conn., Myers, Chapel at. New Haten; w. Fanlkaer, Norwich; Wells k Hninplireys, Hartford; Charles Dyer, Jty Providence; Thomas, Newport; Clowes, hair dresser, Spriuafield; Oreene k Co., Worcester; Bun. Little Kails; Coggeshall, Booth Second it, New Bedford; Jordan, 2 Milk street, Boston; Lowell. Carleroa k Co.; ftalein, Ives; Newbnryi>ort, Hodge; Portsmouth. Pre|t <n; Portland, Parker, Exchange st; Banm, Guild: Hallowell, Bcsmmnu. Nrw Jersey?Newark, irippe; Priaeetou, Dr. Seabrook. Pa.. Phila., 76 Chesuai street. Lancaster, iieiuileah, druggist; Harrisburgli, Robinson, periodical ngrut; Pittsbu-gh, Turtle; Cincinnati, Thomas k Co., Main street; Vs., Richmond, Mrs. Frayzrr; D. C. Washington, Hrlhy Parker; Alexandria. 0. C. Berry; Md.. Baltimore 8. S. llancr, kc. kc. Within a lew yaars this remarkable and useful chemical invention for completely eradicating superfluous hair, has attained the hit best pitch of celebrity, and consequently excited the cupidity of a nest of base counterfeiters, who attempt to snatch from the inventor the just recompense for his labor. Purchasers should therefore 'e on their guard and see that every bottle of the Poudre Subtile is square, and F. Kelix Goo rand, Toudre Subtile, N. Y., cast in each bottle, and the Doctor's fae simile engraved ou the outside wrapper. Directions, French and English, accompany each bottle. Remember, the only office in N. Y. for the above celebrated Coametic, is 67 Walker street, one door from Broadway, ml Im m EXPRESS FOR CLEVELAND AND DETROIT. '"PHE subscribers will send an express through from tbia city, A o Uie above named and intermediate places, on the morning of the 9th inst., lor the trati|ioriatiou of specie, bank notes, bundles and packages of goods, collection of droits, bills notes and accounts,and all such other business as m.iv be entrusted to them. POMfcROY k CO.. 2 Wall st., N. Y. N. B. Immediately ou the opening of lake navigation, the above express line will be exu used to Chicago, Cincinnati, kc.. and continued throughout the entire season, incmneiion with their New York, Albany, Troy, and Buffalo daily expresi in 6 r Adams k co.'s new youk and newakk e : PRESS ?The public are respectfully informed that t t subscribers have eitablitned an Expreis belweeu New Yo a and Newark, N. J., fur the transmission and speedy delive ? of packages, bundles, money, kc.kc.; thu collection of oof it and bills, and all other business appertaining lo au Expyeaa ? Orders for articles lu be re lumen by thu Express will i* neutered free of entree. _ i# N?w York at No. 7 Wall meet, aotl in Newark, *ai SMITH'S Newspaper Depot, No. J20 Broad ?t. Leave New York at I IK A. M. and 4% P. M. Leave Newark at ? A. M. and IX P. M. dlW ADAMS 0 r O UAHNDEN ft CO.'S EXPRESS.-On and after Thnra day, the 16th. tiarudeu A Co will run their Espreaato Boat.in e.a Htoniugton, Daily. in 17 >wr HAKNPEN ft CO. 3 Wall at. PirOHTANT TO OLD COUNTRYMEN.-ME88H8 H AHNDKN *> CO will draw at their Esprrea and Foreign Letter Office, No. I Wall street. amall bill* of earhange Irom AS to Alto, in auina to tait, payable at sight, for the accommodation ol persons wishing to remit to their fricuda in England, uaUtdf or Scotland. The letter hags tor the Royal Mail Steamer* forLir rjeol are alio nn.de op II their office. Kor further information apply to HAItNDEN ft CO., S Wallttro e Agents uj Loudon?MACLEAN, MAKftIB ft CO. Liverpool?WILMKR ft SMITH ?_ IPHENCH STYLE SWEET CHOCOLATE, made with a F rereh inachiue, nt 417 Broadway, New York,?k ELIX EFFHAY returi.a hit Kntefal thauka to th* cuatomrrt who patronise kirn forhis sweet cho< elate, aud he takes lit it opportunity to inform the public that he hat at work a machine in hit store to thuw how nicely the article it made F. Effray's Krench style Sweet Chocolate, made with a French machiuc, can be had at the wholeaale price, either in boxet of 21 pounda or in large caket, at the factor*, 41$ Broadway, New York. Dealer! are earneatly invited to try the article. N. B.?Hot Chocolate and Coffee tarred up in the Saloon. ml lm*ec DL. if ARNAM, 14!) Water atreri, New York, maimlac turer ol every apeeiee of HyJraulic aigjarntne. Fire Engines, of every eize, for citiet, rillnges, faetoriee. plantations, Ac. Gerdeu Engines, Fire Hooks, Fire Duckets and Fire Capa. Hemp Hose, Leather Hose,of any aiae repaired. Suction lloee, Cupliuai Screws, fcc. Lilt and Force F'ompt. to lift and forse water any distant e, Irom 10 to 10# gallons n minute. Wind Milla, Horse Power*, Watar Wheels, Ac., for work pumps. ship and Steamboat Pumte for Ailing boilers, he., to be used in cm* of fir*. Air Pnmiis for racucm or condensation, of any reyiured oa* Lend mid Iron Pipe, Brass Cocks, fcc. Cast Iron Fountains, of various figures and devices, vs. u.? I he pumps of my manufacture ere double aetien, of * '*? *' tcri't!h, aud very simple in their construction, haunt rar cicolerly well cAeulated liir the Southern aud to'osi litlis 411 ts?*ic , n u a - *9 K,1 1' FEmalE FIT7i7?. 'I Hr.nr. lar lamed and ee.lebrnred rills, from Portugal, *l? *? te'ce'ia, to be ohtaieed in ihiseountty. He* udreiu's \ 4p1 iW I *Al?tann \ ftw* M S' ' 1 ' i' ' '""a i?r> superior r->.i< 1, 1'ig i Irou, Lanulouu biand, lor tile hy WOODHLLiu, ft MINTURNS, ,n:'' . ?7 d/ uth sr ect ii i u "f j ^ '/?.< "nail.arts oi k uglaixl, Irelan. "ami Si otHnd.in sunat of ll.jUO, All and Soup- an* emnum payable at sight with at disc.mat Petunia desirous of re mil inut to their frieuda will hud Ibis a sale method Aiuilt tu ?. J. BlLVEftAjL*, 1114 >| Wall ISO W ?arlwse A1 CtiAS, (JLCK-K3, AND JS.vrk.Lity, teiairiwTa the rest inauuer aud wanaatad, much lower than at any other i Koe in th# city, at G. C. ALLEN'S, I importer of Watches and Jewel*, wholesale and retail, I I lin'r i# Wall rtrert, ap>'*isa. | iW Y( EW YORK, SUNDAY M( TO AMERICA N T RA VELLER8 GOING TO EUROPE. TXT J. MARK WELL. Proprietor of LONG'S HOTEL. Jam Clilfori street; also, the LONDON b A M.LY HOTEL, Albemarle street, hat the honor to arquuut Fmilies aud Gentlemen visiting LONDON, that 1 thoa* Houses hure ondergone a com| lete r^ruioti, wi'h new j aud appropriate Furniture; the Cellars are filled with WI NE 1 ofruhncU* th it is ran I y to he met with, bein* selections fr?m private stocks ttiaf h ve been rathered toge'her by various N hitmen <*nd G titl ineu who prided themselves on their judgment; more tnan .*000 doz? n in bottle is now cougregated, beside a vart quantity iu wco-i. W J M. has ?l? > tin' ho Kir to call the attention of Mrrehants nml U'ti'li-inrHto t>is Establishment iu the City, undot the mnisgeinerit of Iii, 8011, THE ,OK I II AND HOIJTH AMK'U'tAN OOKEKE HuURt.CO' K XAVEKN kHCB-CIUPnON ROOM. Vis-.i-vi* the New Koyal Eiih,nge; the \a hole is in the must irn!> , t int poaitioa in the City, possessing every inTiirnintixn u regaida ihe Snb?oripti n lioom, Ir,'in m11 parts of 'lie world, t e proprietor having pledged niuiself to p roe a re the enrliesi iiitelliaei.ee. The charges are 00 the moit moderate (tale consistent with the lespectabilily 01 the house. The Knriiifre istntirely new, the Weeping department replete with eom'ort ; in (ict, no est.blis* uirul in the C'ty can ' surpass this in in general accommodation. It is admirably ' itaated as regard* toe Northern, Eastern, nud 8 Eaalern Kailway* bring not a few minutes drier. Irom their various termini. A Porter ta appointed to atrend through die night, for the benefit of t' otr aniving or departing by tne train m ii <w igb UNITED STATES HOTEL OF PHILADELPHIA. ALL travetlrrs win hare passed ihe daya and nights of their ' aoinnriiiii Philadelphia at this fine estahliahment, speak in { tarms of 1111 iu iliti-d piaise of its aceomm, d it'nus, it* table and management. The arrang'meu'fo' the house are adinira- ' bly systematic, and there are substantial contort* to be f'Ond ! ill tliia Hotel that wilt be ap|irreiated by in rat p-r*on'. such at , acleau.quirt, and w, ll-lurnivhed bona-, a well-supplied read ing room, and a host whom constant rtTorli are di'eclr I to render this 11.an-ion a highly agce-iblr retort lor ratpectahle tra- [ Teller,. Mr Hea, lit his oolite and air.ble deportment., and hi* ' uiiremntd per*t>< al attention to the tnblaa. end tlic geueral eoailortof his guesla, wins favor from all who frequent his . house, Those who in the morning prefer to indulge in tlio "sweet restorer balmy sleep," instead of ntlerdiug to the breakfast summons, lind at the hour which sutta their own convenience, { a table act lor their especial nse, with several sei vanti in at- , tend nice to consult their wishes, and have auy delicicr which . tnc house affords, prepared with celciity for 'heir gratilic tuon. 1 The dinner is serve dins light, airy, and siiacioua dining r"om, ovt Hooking a vardeu. and ia a lepesl that woatd do credit to j any rioiri mine country. The situation nl'this home i* decidedly the brat in Fh ladelphia, b'ing on Chrsuut at, opposite the Bank of United Mi let? 1 the very centre of fashion and business oi the city. ' mil lm*r 1 UMTKU STATUS HOTKL, NKW YORK.?This well ' knowD establishment baa been leased fur a term of yeara by the undersigned. who are adding to the already extensive accommodation a large Re tiriur Room for gentlemen, where they will find all the principal newapapera of thia country and Europe; a Dressing Room and Barber's Snap, not surpissed by any Ibotal in the country; Batha, hot and cold; Minor's Patent Vapor Batha alwaya in readineaa, and can be given on three minutes notice. An Ordiuaty for the accommodation of citixena and strangers uol maiding at the Hotel, will be opened on a magnificent scale; and kept np from 6 A. M. till U at night. The jiileriorof the building is nndcrgoinga thorough repair ?refitting and furnishing, cleaning and painting. The relebratedCrolonWater is introduced throughout the House,which renders it not only healthy in the curcme, bat perfectly secure gainst fire. The location is anch as makes it more convenient for merchants, travellers and business men than auy other ia the city, being aqui-diatant from moat of the eastern, western and southern steamboats, and in the immediate vicinity of all the Atlantic Steamers and Packet Shits. The tables ore supplied with the beet our market affords; tue wines of the choicest brands, and selected by our best cotoioi seurs; (he servants clean, orderly cud attentive?and the public may depend on the untiring efforts of its proprietors to make the United States as comfortable for them as any olhe hotel in the Union. Ufjaar BHAISTKD It JOHNSON. fpHK NEW MIRROR?All the arrangements fur the puhliT cation of this new |>eri die il being now completed, 'he liist number will lie issued on Saturday writing. the eighth ol Ap-tl next. Each number will be adorned with an ori.iuil c elling on steel, by J. G. Chapman, illustrating the letter-press, ami Drat Cf.Trr. Those wlto wish to receive the work from the rnmmt-ucemcnt (if (lie volume, and thus arcure a coin. It te set with all the embellishment* (at only a limited edition will be printed) ran do ?o by leaving dir.'Ciiona at the office of publication, No < Ann s'reet, neat Bioadway; or at 136 Nasiau street, Comet of Beekmaa str.-st City ?ubscr bm will, have the paper left bv carrier*, and to tli ?- residing at a distance it will be forward db mail, with the utmost rcgn'ariry. TeimsThree Dollars peram u n, i- vvi .bly in dd??nce. GEORGE MOhRIS, Kditoi aud r.oprietor. New_Yoik_ March 31. I8H. m??toAp8r TMPORTANT-GKKMAV SILVER! GERMAN Sl>. 1 VETl.-JAMKH o MOFFET, 121 Priuc-Mreet, N. Y., off rs for stile, wholesale aud retail, ljliO lbs *t Gerumu Siher, at the lowest mirkt t pri-es. ttjf" In consequence ol'raanulaciurinethe artie'e himself he raa wairaut it (rr ro.nior toeuy ever hefoTe manufactured lu this comi'ry, nu I fully equal to the imported. TO CEDAR WARE COOPERS: JAMES O. MOIf FKT Manufacturer, 121 Prince street, N. Y., offeis f >r nalr^ wnolissl and ret?il, a siiierior lot of Coo pf re* Brass. Pnl Em ??H Rivets, ?t th? lowest mir'iet prices. TO UMURELLA MANlfFAV riSRERS, tf-e. t JA MK.A II MGKKIt I , Menufe lurer, if Prince Street. PC. Y . offers for sa'r. wholesale a d retail, a au. etior lot' f Umbrelie, Pansolaud Shade Furniture, at the lowest market prices. in 18 I in *r TAMK8 O. MOFFET. 121 Priuce s1.. New kork, has els' wavson baud nod offeri lor ss'e by wholesale an I retail, at the lowest market prices, sit G-rman Silver of different thicknesses, a very superior article ; Sheet Krrst; Piste's do; Coopers' Brass ; Pail Ears and Rivets ; Umbrella, Parasol and Sha le Furniture. Which he warrant! tu quality equal to any in the United 1 States,and ofhiiown manuficture. IC Gold, Silver, and all km is of mnal, rolled at the short- 1 est notice hi tt lm*r i E.vGLI?il ADVERTISEMENT?Notice in Mn-teri ol' j Vessels and oth rs i isilniff Liverpool on bnsiness or pleasure?Mrs Gorsnch. late of the Washington Hoiei, begs respectfully t* iuform her numerous American friends, that she tins removed from Saiut PaulsSquare to No. Jfi l)n:?e street, Liverpool, a few minutes walk from the Custom House, which private house is fitted up with every comfort hud conacnieuee, ami Units to be favored with a continuance of that import so many years afforded to her. ?.l i-tr LOST?In the mouth ol February. I?42. berweeu llult-lo J and th'l city, a letter enclo?ino i-rntiesr? V , as A ,,?.i Jan. 2*), HUM, for fifty sliar?a in (he capiul stock of the Com- 1 mereial Bank of Manchester, Mm., sta din* in mv name ? ' Any person having found the same. will lie suitably rtwa-ded by for warding it to the subscriber. New York, Web 17, IgiJ. ' 110-t'iai'2 ?t ?. W. HATCH. pi. I f.ita k hild'l'ON'h Tinnk Repository, No. SI Wil linn stiecl, Coruur Maiden Itna, niauufactorei and krepe constantly on hand, wholesale nod retail, al k ndi of Travel i hni( and Packing Trunk*, Carpet Ba *, Hat and Bonnet Cases. | Merchants and others are respectlully invited to call and ei- i arame aur stock, helore purchasing elsewhere , Manufactory, Mu Broad street. Newark, N. J salt lm*ee OF FRENCH MILLINERY GOODS. ! OTEMNtl of the Bonne Fashions at 'he Migazin da Modes, t 60 ( anal street. MAD. D. BEHftuAN In gs to inform her numerous frierds and the poM c that she has jus! received I from Kratce. an entire new and heauli ol style ol Silk mate- i rials for ladies hati, and alonir with it some cases of Parn silk i baa, winch fur novel y and elegance of style MTI r y<t was ' presetted t? the public before I anion which it must pre-enp- ! in'ut a i ilk ha' called Capotlc d' KleBOra, wt irh is mdscd i in- ' blematiesl of Parisian taste. Mad'mr B. has ju-t opened seve- 1 ral r ,ses of French impor i d f iney wmlebonea and atn w hats of the choicest style,; also a large esa-irttnent of Tuscan* and " flue Dnusta|?les', also a I rite and v.vi-d assortment of French J lawn halt fn ta inf oils i izes np to Indies?ihe whole id which Mad. B. has determii ed.lu order to meet the etinenc" of'he j times, to offer at such low pr ost, as luudcu u , her the eon- j timiance of her pa'rons. ?lio for in any ye.ira li >?e honoied hrr j with their c mmsnds, a'd trusts to obtain the pre'crcpce of | th Hie wf oae patrona-e she now solicits An early call is rei|tn s'ed at the <>to Fienrh estab'iahmnit. M.iXatin de Modss. I Gil Canal iteet. Mad B ha* also received an asviKtmriit of | Pan-, (lowers and riDbous, which lor variety and stv leu, may be ( cslled eomp'ete. m ?>ltn?r , N IMPORTANT CON-IDEM ATION FOK THE LADIM.-.MKf.LOV E, Corsvl M tker. No. 6* Litpenard ' st c.ills the a tentiou ot ladies ui her important invenie.l Ab ' dommal 8nj.;orler lot the preserration of the health and strrDatn daring pregnancy. 1'his Abdmnin I Mat poller has ' called (cith th, fullest approbation of the most i n inest Monica m n Irom the aaiisfi'lorv rcaulia to lb jse ladies who have | used ih in. It is perfect ill it* appliea' ion, acting as a so. port , tnd preventing all sti tin upon the muscles. ?Dd h.- cons* >i?i nt ' tat'vne and e* an'ta.ion of the whole as st? m Jurug prey nancy [ Nnthii'tt ih it h 'S ever been invented, oilers so many decided Ill nt. fr* f it metformin: llM )siein .1. i-nst every ace dent .it the period n| gortaiou nt the some time presetting the iMtnral form. Country m* rclunt* and < ity retailers sUi idtud 011 adTaiiLiKt otia ti tun Mr* L ve at the Mine tune call* their attention to tier improved Shoulder Kluiie Bi*c< ?, lor mine*, at bring the long required d, side-atom lor the upon .11 of ihe rheat. Mrt.L Im* secured a pate t. She begs o n let in r Ut'oii to the above, to thn lt>|t wina ru in?nt in. n of th Mr du el faru tv-Dr kraueis, Dr If". t>. Pond Or ?1' Ll< 11 <1. 1 rob v nrUillmiu, M. 0., Pn fe??or Parker, M. 0., I)r Nslsna, A. C. 1 nt e, M D , Dr. J. W Moore, J. Nrilsju, M 0 , J W. Flaunt, M. D. iriHOImr CHtAPtASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, I fl'J John *treef, (near William-) '['HK aubarriber rev|ieettttlly announces to hisl'rii ml* and th* A public geuemlly. that he hsa 01 cued an k.-tahlnhmrnf on '* ? cheap Cash System, where gentlemen will always hud a New aud ksshiouable Assortment of Cloths, Casstmeres and Vrsiiugs, which will be in idr up to aider 111 a atyle of tit and * workmanship. not inrpasaed by any other ealablishutem in the city.at the followiug low price* ? Kine Dress or krock Coats, any color, from $11 to $18 Supetline do do do 18 to ?S . Psura of Wool Black, or Fancy Caasimerei 5 to 8 " Vrstaol Satin, Hilk, Valentia, Velvet. fce., S to J "* Ju?t received a splendid aa*nrraaeni|or Spriug aad Sumner gauds. ar estrlordia.iry low prices. ' (?7" Gentlemen furnishing their own foods cm hn?e litem made and triurmed, at the lowest possible price* far C.uih. ' ' m? itncc J A VI ICS CAtiY. Jf MARTIN'S GASH TA1LOKINO '? ESTABLISHMENT. I, 1$4 If ilham Sfreef, Corn* *f ?1nu Afreet, (B dettririlW the rheajaest in the oity There is always ol band a sets t mock ol seasouae'o anode, purchased for cash ehic.ii will t? in tde up to ordei 111 the style of make, fit, trtut niiJi, kc.,tli a baa given stu.lt fcnrnii satisfaction daring tin t\stTour years.and ai a positive saving ol 10 per coot. Gentlemen nte requested to ecu and eivmtne. That* wh> IknOiebtb'eiroWll ?? *'<% eau have thcin 1 MA I) K AMI) 'IRiMMKP, 'kesi L it*. Made aud trimmed, $7 00 'a tit St track Coar. do do 8 M to 'I it t ir is *-ni V I Ti tc 2 <h> tjver Coots. 10 10 11 ffl v ry |'?rnvs?Casli on rlaiieery. iv.a tip MICHAEL K. MARTIN ssKANi iH CUEA.M t. A Nl)Y.?vieenrs. J. R iei 1 Son I . ' Couit I doners, ti Divisf ei street, hnvu brought forth Iiiouier OeliCioaa compound to itialily the sweet teeth en / i?it ? Ui pita s ot iioae who indulge in such "sweetiue.,t 1 1 Tins rti dy p.'?<* '' tine flav-ii ofthe H.isui man.*, an , I a r ihii.k tell nil" vceire Hie pnn luaac wl theLd,. ... oyer* of r,infer iounr. in u-ncnl ?Anrora. 'ti- ' Ctt-'AUh.?7 , rt.? I ? I't . l>a tl.tii v AiHxiviiie O j#,u' C Mioei.deras Ml lii'O tin Regalia ,8,,80 M.iro |e IKm 1 sriones 2h,i00 Victoria SO,#00 B.iiiha Principe " eatred by Cnifloval Colon ?nd He Icapout, troaa Hataa deaUued todebeutBio. lor*l? ky J <11 1w?T? ynwtv " * ' n^H ? j linNPOW OLA?ft--M> bo*f? ol (he *1 Hn?u? <sio?u ' for tale by* " ***' *c'"yyyODlitlL "li M.N^li^.4WW niUr 17 Booth sun I k* >RK ] )RNING, MARCH 26, 18 JOHN M. DA VIES & JONES, 1M WILLIAM BTHKBT. CORNKH OF JOHN, . LJAVk. jaic received fro in recent importation!, old of their 'A nwu mtnulacture, a very anperior aaeortment of 8t> in* (JooiIj, connitiua of every thiurf neat, tuty and fuhionable in the gentUinen'i fimiiihrig line, which auded to their former iturk. emprise* an assortment of good] rarely if ever before found in one itore, among which are:? CAI'S?In every va iety, for keut;miien. youth end childr-ii. CRAVATS?Of iilain anil floored slin, bto grains,cam brick?, Uc :/\ If KH?or veatiny latiu, brochr. OL< )Vtf S?Of aid, silk, hrowu aad chane linen, liile.epon i'k, Si<\ HOSIKIIV-Of cotton, tnrrino, wool apun eilk, fee, UNPKH tJ \ IIMRV1'*- Of Shaker kuit merino, wool en, rilii. cottio, Sic. LINKN COl.LAHS?Plain and Byrou, of *11 qaalitiea and Inner Bill RTS? Ofliucu, rnnaliu, French cambric, plant and with rttffl- ?, fee BUHI'KN IJKHH? Of mm elastic. ilk, cotton, fee. OlLF.D SILKS?Of whit- and fancy colon, warranted not to adhere in any climate. The abov** cotnpiiir* only part of their assortment, and tiur:hat< ri will conault tin ir own iutereat by eaamiuiug tnia eplinlid assortment cfgoods before pnichasin*. WflOLK-'ALK AND UKTAIL, at their old oitabliahed Dan, Block. Linen and Oiled Silk Manufactory, NO. 106 WILLIAM S l'KKKT, COKMJCR OF JOHN in] Jm*m T OAN Oa S'30,090 KOH THK PAYMKNT OF CON y-t TRACTORS AM) OTHF.Kb ON TUB PUBLIC WO K KS?'I he I em minion,ra o( the Canal Fund, by yirlne >f the act entitled "An art to i rnvide lor the payinen' ? Contractors and other* on the Public Works," pu<?u Vtaren '6.IMA. *-reby give no'irr, that sealed proposals will lie irceived uunl Monday, the third day of April o it, at 4 o'clock in tlira alterjonn ot thai il-.v, lor e loan of Three Hundrco and Twenty l'h'iiitaud Dollars, for which trauafe'able certificates ofatock will ke Issued, i the name of The People of the yitueof.Nrw Pork, brarini inMreal at the rite ol ?ii per cent per annum, wiy.Dir (im.ieilv, mil the principle ieiml"ir?ahle at the pleanrcof the Commissioners of the Canal Fund alter the yenr 1861 It ii to be uuderit oJ, that the Commissioners an; to he at iberty to tike a leas sum, if the offers are not such as ia their >]>in'on a<e advantageous to the interests of the State. The proposals may he lor the whole or sue nart of said loan lot less than Sin,Old); all proposals to be sealed op ami endorsed Loan for the i'ayinent of Comractors and others on lh? Public Works," and enclosed in au envelope directed to theComptiolerat Albauy. The money will be required to be p?id on or before the 6th lay of April nest, in such Bank in New York or AIbroy a? .hall b? designated by the Commissioners of the Canal Fuud. Stockholders residing in the 1st and 2nd Senate Districts,and hose residing out o( the state, will receive the interest ou the itock held by them, quarterly, at the Bank of the Mmhaitau Company in the city of New York; all other stockholders, at he New York Sref Bank in the city or Albany. Dated Canal Department. Alb-mv, March 16th, 1813. A. C. FL GO, Comptroller. 8. Y'HIN.}. Seeretnry of State. GEO. P. BARKER. Attorney General. NATH'L JONE"4, Survey ir General. THOMAS FAR RING TON. Treasurer. m2ltnaplr D. 8. Dl' KlN*OV( Lieut. Governor. "UKANCIS' PATENT JLlFE BOAT," Othcc No. 7 " Wall street. mjl hats! SPRING FASHION NOW READY.?Ths subis"* seriber respectfully informs bis ftiends, customers, and ths public in geneial, that they can pnrchtse at his atore a handsome Short Nap S'lk Hat, a neat and durable dress hat, at the low price of (2 50. Also, elegnnt Moleskin Silk Hats at S3; fine Nnteia Fur Hats at S3 50?equa' in appearance, and hut little iuferior, to those gen-rally sold at St 50. Alto, a general assortment of caps, if the newest patterns. WILLIAM BANT A, mi tm*r 130 Chatham street. l.tiMK AT THIS?Selling off that rich and <4^0^P9aplpodid stock of boots and ahees. 25 per cent below cosr. to close the store on 1st of April. So ladles and gentlemen, that are in want of those articles, please ea'l before the Islof April, fo you will save all o' 50 tier cent. Do not foiget the No , 92 Canal street, corner of Wooster street, ml I to at*r GREGORY V CAHlLL. TOO LS?TOO LS?TOOIaS. \ LBKRTSON'S, Coug-r's. Herton'sand Gilford's warrant ed ( ast Steel Coopers, Carpeuters and Ship Carpenters Edge Tools, can ke bad at wholesale and retail, of OtsBOKN k LITTLE, 33 Fulton street, New oik, (It) per ceut allowed to merchants) and who keep on naud a lull assortment of Coopers' Tools, Iron Rivets, Truss Hoops, Stave Jointers, Stock Howe lis and Crazes. Also, Importers and General Dealers in English, German and Americas Hardware, Cutlery, Nails, kc. kc. CHARLES OSBORN. fit 3m oe? CHARLES S LITTLE. WORAM <fc HEATHER, No. 577 BROAD WAY, UPH OL8TK R E RS. t"IT (St II. respectfully inform their Iriends an I the public, " that tnev a"ti-ud t i t^e abo e biisiu, s. in all its btauches, siitl make up i.ppttj in the neatest an i best sty le ou moieraie ti rms. Estimate* and cou'racts given at the shortest notice. N H ?All kinds of old Woik a.tended to with pu ictnality. ? 11 !m*r Okki'h ok IKl.kER.sON INSURANCE com PAiNV?(ilTice 30 Wnl stre.'t. This Cnmimuy continue ilieir bussncss of insurance against loss or damage by ore, en goods, wares and inerchaiidite and s'so, on vessels aiiJ their cargoes against loss by :nland navigation. DIRECTOR* TAkmas W Thoroe Elisha Rigtrv ThomitsT Woodruff Bruiamiu H Robson Jnlrn K Dsvisop Francis P Sage Thomson Price Joseph Allen Jobu II Lte John P Mrmfc Moses Tucker James E Holotca Caleb C Tnnig James H Wbiukf Ana, .u Q.ikci) Wm K Theru Joseph Drake Irsu Ilawley John C Merritt Thomas M'qrell THOMAS W THORNE, President. GEO. T. HOPE. Hccretsrv tnt3f Jgb T^HE CARDINAL POINT OK CONTROVERSY be1 I ween the Church of R >mc and the ProlestanlHuht hurrh On Kriday morning urtt, will he punlishrd, ' An Inquiry into the Merilsof the Psformcd_ Doctrine of Impnlalioti, as contrasted with those of Ca'hnlic imputation ktt.,kc , ?si h Miscellaneous Essays en Ca'hnlic Killitby Vanbugh Livingston Esq , reeeutly a member of 'he Pr itestant Em copal (.jinrcb, preced d by an intnnlacli-n written ri,>ie,sly for the work, by the Right Rev. Bishop iluglics. CASSEllLY k SONS, Ct'ec ll'J Nassau Uwu oi.r, rAini iiAUi.'va ? ASII?1 Ills exlraorili nary discovery iu the art of chemistry, fur the immediate eraaicmiiiu of da .drill, without the 411 of the count), it lor talc kv the inventor P. I unrldu, 17 1'ark Hon. iisctiicicy ?nd luiioriori y hat beeu tested by thousands. It* application imj media'elv destroy* d indriff, and .uliivates lh? hair. Prtee a1 pur bottle. or 2 > cunt* for a single w ?h, at 'ho shop, IT Park 11 iw, New York. rPUtiBEUDU. mil |rn#r PLUMBIC DAOUKRRIAN OALLkKY OF PATENT l COLORED PHOTOGRAPHS, eoraer nf Broadway tod Murray street, (orit door 10 Pr tleN Museum.!?Plutnhc Patent Colored Uifiinrrotrpf Likenesses taken daily, 111 a luperior sty Is to say tiuug erer secu in New York, at f J each, tnd a duplicate gratis. Plnn.br Pi'rr.t Coloring Daguerreotype Apparatus, and itamhe Patent IC'eetro Gilding Apparatus, with iustructious ind Fatrut R ghta, sapplied to order. Also, plates, cases, he., rery low. Caution?The raat superiority of the Patent Colored Photo t'Spln, haruiK ilir wn tac old kind entirely luto the sh ale, serrrilol the rhotogmuhen iu New York are attempting to mpose npo. the pualic by advertising their productions as 'patent," whereas the only pitent ever granted ny the United d'tl'-s for nu improvement iu I) i.uerreotrpr Portraits, is ' Plumlw's,"1?dated October 22, 1*42?and the only place in Mew York where the pateut one can be obtaiued, if the abort istahlithmeni. mJ lm*m NT OTIC 6 I'O DEALERS AND CONNOlhSEUKS IN MADEIRA WINES.?WICtaLINOTON A. CARTEK. Cntninmi.iu and Wiue Merchant, No. 5 New stret t. Mew Ymk, Sole Ayent 10 tin Uuiletl Jtpi cs lor the celebrated tnnieliiio sladeira wines, offers for sale, at moderate pri es Mid in lUMMit es Bo pie is* bu vers,his rutur st .rk 1.1 'hat brand. ,'d) half pioei and Su.aller casks, (under Custom House lock ) The Some lino wines are f urn the South Side; tliey base a liirh and peculiarly rich Ba>or, the Tintagra aie Irons 1*12 io 1*14,and he a, justly ce.eorated 111 Europe, the E' si ladies,aud Uiiited stales. Au.ithrr oppm-uuuy us ly not occur iu many ftais to obtain old wines at serv 1. w prices. W A. CARTER sol,sun twnu ths public and his Prsends a oiitiuustionof sAntr snokrsrt. as h'a win-s and Ininora n wood nui ylata,art aidrays autuciadfrom tits bet iuinaikat. m IS iror _ pO THE LOVERS Ok SCTeKToK hl.A' rt IEA How jus's Mixture?This extremely delici..us aud uuparaleled Tea, s>> highly eelehnited 111 China aoil Europe, just isii lotted. is now for sale at the Canton Tea Company 'a General Tea Establishment, 121 Char'mnsi New Yc 1?in t bines* iseksges Price Ml cents ard gl. mIT lie*' DAGUERREOTYPE LIKENESSES TSSS.IS, WIT ALL TNI BKSUTIES OP NATURAL COLORS, AND ON A LARUE SIZE.i DOCTOR L "T M . CYRUS, 231 BROADWAY, UP STAIRS. !T7"" Likenesses taken esery day, from curly in the morning S'iI 3 n'c'oek, P M 111 6 lu?*r a. N. VlTV 1/EHfA JXJM PV91. P( ?MT OKKICE, New Vnrk, ttth Jul?. 1M2. JiHJKhnf Delivery each day, (Sundays eicepted) at tha 1 U -tier an?l Cower Pes* Offices'? .et'eri ijcpoiited before Mill t Aft 9 o'el;>ei, AMI If " " 1 I " P M I Will b? tent ont (or Jet alt the Hutiout before > liter? ?t 9 AM.andl 1 o (.lock, A M I ?d0 4 o'clock, P M. 'i " P Ml Lettrm to bo tent Free, mutt bare "b'rre Hump" affiled to ui, otherwiae three cenU will be collected ?f the inly to hom the letter r? nddrette A No miney mmt be enrloted in item nnUit reeittered at t m i -.(Bees. Lift* n| (ho Aliiioe (at all of which "Itee atainpa" may be purrhaacd at (.50 per 100. And every information may be obuinei'on A|e icatiou nt the upper ot lower poet? (lice*. Mum pi iisneil by ie late (.'itvDriv .tch Put will be rec ived. It >i lU'liapamtablr iai tlie number of the reerrienea ennnl I he tinted in ail lettr r? an through-f hit Pott. The Pott Matter toliriu the earlirtt information ahould any rtgultrilie. oaear. JOHN l.OKIMKU OUAHAM left le e> Poet M.atei l/NiThD h'l A'i Kb TEA EMPORIUM, 121, laXt 129 Chatham itrrrt, /Veto York. Antncr lit Bi.aaoaiH itbkrt. WII'H.ttdALk. A.M? Mr. 1 All,. ['HP. CANTON TKA COMPANY continue to offer for ' ilr i.'/w ihd fi lyrint Tear of ercry rin-lr ihd ttylt I 'i. . ornirat io cially iv mle\ the ntuti daliciout and ?,tM ir.ilet of ftreen tud Black F-*ery ptekairr heertlha Aiepornaat a i eiecawco, tod tha Teat therria are to . ghly tea ired i -m light uid Air M at th banality tad ] ,wer will le' iani ttninifnirad ni ioy climate Their nytleu. pToteciitiiM botinett it parbapt tcareely to be eieelled. It lmied UP'at (be utuiott regard to the ritbu of hecuatom e?i rci il'e wid rct|?el to weight 'ad quality, tod oni' I illrd ibeni n-?t All pnrchaieri are e i|led upon to return uy iiclrt winch I 'I io give mem the fnlleti taiitl'.etion, which ie in n i > Will cheerfully and promptly relnodrd f onn v icrcbtott, , uHie aitahliahnient*, Wr ult of familioa, and upti.i tjwill old >t a decried ii' uiU|i to imply thorn ive< (ram tliia rtitblialuneal. <'iffrr ri aated iv^ry'ley I Older, 'mm *11 porta of the United Ktatei eiecatod witli > c un-iiuue end deapoieh. I irjr I'll*.Hill warehoooe ia America, for tha aale of How i eleb.mr.i Ultra Tea ^ m!7 lm*r , "iVtKI'OUL oTlKILLL COAL?loo toaa, warranted, a J eery a?|ierior article, ou board thip Hoilingacr, watt tide f urlinf rtlip. ForMfnf i WOODHULL It JtlNTURNB, m l IT Sooth 11 root. II KR A 43. CiRRAT GALA WEEK AT INGERSOLL'S . , BAZAAR AIOS AND Alt WATER ST., AND 141 CHERRY M T this establishment every taste can be gratified-the een* inimical deli .'hied, and the sportsmen accommodated. Boats ofe?ery style. form, mon 1.1 or description furnished at one da v's notice, >o order. Lif Boiti built with or withoaireversebottoms. io a manner which tUrnpemtion, or if desired. huilt afror the same Principle or manner at what ia trrtned hrsnris' Patent Life Boat*, and sold tor the ordinary roit of olh-r boats, merely rip 1,'iiU f ir the ?ir recti* tu and putimg th-m in. Th- mo.t eipertenc d Navrl Office , ,,f the United States, aft* r ye irs o1 practical experience hivel It wtto the subsi riber th-1-written opinions ttpoii th* sublet t, decUrintt lutfer* aoll's Lt'e U nits tl* c tiled If su oriorto all others. All >oats hu it ar this estahlirhiacDt are by etov ienced workmen, and uaSe* he immediate eye of the ptaprietor. Cedar and oak tieibrr, and copper and Americsn wrought nails, nr? the only materials used at thia estaMuhmeot The test of tilt years'n"erieuca apon upward of three ihousaml Boats, Ins tamped the reputation of the proprit tor bryond the reach of repiOSc" orcalumuv. The reduced prices which he has ever fu nishetl his work, together wi'h rhe superior quajity anil -V mnii'ir r iu wni- n -in fwu coua icku rm ninivit nunuea?. Im called (a him a flood of customer* which he lw? ?< ? ion ro feel proo i of. All orders from any part of the world fulfilled with prompted and care, upon the thorteit nonce. Hp has made, within the past season, several Terr important improvements, which he earnestly call* the nrteutinn of the ? tenlific to. Kcmembcr the price > are with the timet, and ihne whe wish to purchue *f I be riclil y rewarded for a viait to Chit establishment. The asribrr ia prepared to offer eatimateaor propoaala for butldinv b.ati from the amalleat dimensioni tip to fifty tout kortneu. H- wold alro here atate that, during the part aaaaen, he haa bait' pie following boala, which have commanded uuiveraal a Imitation, i i*:? Ttip forty t(Mil nee boat Washington, for the officer! of the IT 8 ?|i11> Ohio. The t'.iitv f iot nee boat G. W. Chapman, which won at ? thu great contested match ou the 18th of October, in iking the ' witteat time on record. jl '1 he nineteen loot race boat Henry Stork, which won three j rare* in suceeaaiou. The aiitoen foot tailing dinkey Troubler, now standing the proud cliuiuplOU of the Waters The twentv-two foot aail boat Swiftattre, for the rough water of Newfoundland B uka. The twmtv four foot barge K morris, for Coaat of Florida. The thirty four foot pilot boat for pilota of Templco Bay The twruty-eight foot braaa mnuutrd gig La Petite Neptune for the auryeyr of Tampico Bay. The celebrated thirty-foot race boat Cimbria, whirh received the premium aa a an) erior race boat (no competition being off-red) at the American Institute. Hheiaunw eihibitiug at the Bttur. The eighteen foot pleaaure boat Fashion, fir an Apalachieola sportsman. He teceived at th? late Fa<ra?ild medal for a fast s*'l boat, a silver medal lor a thirty-fool I'aat row h tat, a ailr< r medal for a c pta u'i gig, and a silver medal for a W hilehall boat. A'so, the gold medal ?ht- h thecrtW of the <}. W. Chapman rec ived, ilit*y p.raenttil to him aa the supcib const u 't?r of h r. Alan, im uineiahle diploma* Th- MOpiirtor lia? received evi i five hundred testimonials for hia akill f om scieutfir ilia itulions, nautical n rn, vnlui Uty "pinions ol the preii, a d the uu venal approbation of a diaciminat'tig cemmuni'V. umk.s nrinnuu'ii ay tne proprietor, are liom uns aate to be branded with *i? nxtnr. P. H ? Dumig this week hi? Bax**r will b- open to the I ublic, wh-rn all hi'GJd M.dilt, D pinnies, Nrptuut, mil the race< off Castle Garden will b? nhibited, together with hit great caoinet of Boats, Mod-It Sic. Sic. C. L. 1NG?. KSOLL, Sole Proprietor. James W. HiU, Agent, M Wall street. m?3 tit*<-e AM- KICAN" A.ND KOKKlUN NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL AGENCY. No. 4 Ann street. N.Y. [ The ttlhsctiunr having completed hit arraQgeruenti.ts enabled tofuruith to order, to age .It or individuals, any paper pruned in the States or England. Il'attrated London News, Punch Bell's Li'e; Weekly Dispatch Sunday Tittltt; Satirist Willuier x Smith's European Times. Chat. Wilmer's American News Letter And a variety of others are received by express ou the arrival of each steamer. Any paper or work desired may be had by the next return steamer. The Boston Notion, f.l per year, 6.1*cents single Also, all the publications of the day. E. B. TUTTLE. N. B ?The subscribers w.,1 pack bundles and parcels f>r newsmen of all the publications and newspapers of Philadelphia, Huston, and New York, at publishers' prices, for a snntl chaise fur services rendered. Any other Agency business will be atteudvdtojwith the same promptness as if the prison were heir lumse f REFERENCES. Messrs. Greeley It McElruth, New York Tnbnns Messrs. Wilsou fc Co.. Broth, r Jonathan Messrs. Burgess It/eib. r, Phil ujelphia George rtob- rts, Esq., Rostou Times Messrs Brtdlev St Co. Bjxtou Mail Adam* fa lis R Mr. Oeorpa Jonea, Albany Mr. Charles Wilan?r, Liverpool. C. S. West, Esq. 11 lva, a. J. A TUTTLE, Mfrod m K B TUTTLE. rl1HK lie oral Asmmblv fill* Freurh Be it v.'teut bitirty, i held on the 22j itiat., was adjourned in ace-tida ce wiih l.ie 321 a-tiele oftlm Consti utiou; the iiouibera are there-ore r<melted to attend f.n n j--ur>ie.i tene-al me-ti tut, on iheistnf April nrit, at hilf-piat 1 o'clo-k, P. M .at 'te.'ira D Itiauico'a i-i np'er to decide whether the school thali be nuintai ted or abalLhil, which would reader n-cesmry the a neudmcut or kut'p < iiuofTt"-! a j6 and 19 of the <'<n at.cation. B t oidrr if ihe P Midi-ni. E. FOB I*. Secretary. I N?w Vi'k. March isrj mjJioAIr MILITIA.AND iffri iniiiiTn ~AW SSUSSM 553TC?5 1 Ilia y way a iff red from ill - nppessire enforcement of i ;he present Militia I.aw, ri her by I -pr s in netit. fines, or ex- . Ctious in lien rifline?, will very materially lurtlieritie exertions now m Vint at Albany, to procure a repeat o- that udioua < and k'al in? law, by addres<itiK letters roi tiijnx the lacta, i witii tt e real name of too auffere.-, tj J. H. H., a', ih thee of i tlti? paper r' 2i 3fji;b TYPE AT KEDUCED PRICES. ! flEOROE BRUCE A CO. Ty.f Founder-. .at No. 11 VX Chsmhersstree', near the Poet Office, New York, have en band au ui.tuuaily lame alack of their well > nown Pru.iiugType?v Ornamt n'a. Borders, Kales, A: , of the beat m tal cast in i ri/iual iratrixe-, and very accurately fiuiahed, all jl which lh?y have def renin-d to sell at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. , riaeirc ihe Book and Newspaper Ko laas follows: Pica, at 32 clan lb. Small Tica at ' 31 I Lome Primmer at :I6 I H'tiryoi], at 40 I Brevier, at 46 Minion, at H ' Nr.npariel, at 66 Auale, at 86 i Pearl, a: U0 For approved paper at 6 mouths, or 6 per cent 'est for eaah. ' Wood-iyp-, prititiuit ink, preatet, rases, (alleys, biaaa rule, c.oini;"aiiiit aticys. h ises, and other prtniiui! materials, Inruiah ed -?ih i riiini.iit id uid.it ths lowest prir.-i. Pri teta or Nasanaaari who aakikh tl.:, ?dw-r?:-..,w-..i woh ih a n-.tn liner tune* brio'# >he M of June, 1811, an 1 actid one of the jnoert t>> 'he Foundry, will be entitled 10 payment el tb'ir bill ou bi> ing four titnea I lie amount of it. m26 ?t*m PAPKR. ~~ pERSSE fc BROOKS, No. 61 Liberty street, have lor aaie 1 (he lollowioK? 10 re-m* news priming >1 by SO 201 " " 33 by 4* IS by 46 500 26 by 37 300 " " ' 20 by 42 259 01 by 36 351 03 by 33 51)0 " " ' 21 by 31 AI?o, nook paper, 19 by 34, 24 by 20, and 21 by 30. They ha*# also a Ilrge assortment of writing and 'wrapping paper, til diff.-n lit aizi-a and qnalitiea, which they offer at (he lowest market prices. m9 ee L^)NDON~AND MANCHESTER INDIA RUB- _ BliR GOODS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, No I WadJ atreet. Ih rrbarriher ha* rei-er.ed anil oiler* for aale a Urge assent raenl ol imrorted India Rubber Water Trool (foods, viz: Coata ami Capet, ofmperior Lams, Caahrcern Lama. 1'rraian, Menno and Cotton, of all color* and met. Cloth?India Rnbbrr, Water Prool, anner Lama, l.arnt Tetaian end Cotton, pre pored for t ilor*. India Rnbbe- Wal liiijr* lor suspender*, corsets, Jtr .r?am?T (HAS. ABM A HAM AON. Notice io debtors?tiw i*ie ti>m 7>i john r DKLAPLAINE k CO of the city of New Yorit, m#rehinti, to clmr thr various debt*, bonda, notei, judgment*, kc dnr them. will gladly receive lull payment, and in many ca*>* enmprotmae lot murh leas thnn arrnally due, and th-y lurite their debtors kindly to attend to this notice, as many may not deaire publicity; a* it ia their intention to ii*|in*e at public auction.at the M-rchiiu's' Kiehaugr.of all debt*, kc a?t aeitled by oayniriit or compronnae previous to the fu*t day of May licit. A liat of 'hoar that do not aettle will he pnblithed. hut a* far at coneeni'-nt, notice will be ernt to the gentlemen debtor* 1 Ap?I>moi _ ^ JOIl.N E. DELAPLAIN>.,ea Wplac I r*ew i cm, utn roarcm, i?;i. ml? imw|fc NuN* Et.ilO VAHY ? Notice?The suiMcnb r be,. !? ?.?? I v-f lo i fi'tm hit (quommi a id frienns in * d-ral ?b.t hs h-s this day r. imced the prica of h ? Co .f-c ronary, bo h wholr nit wd Ptol, iml 'tin hli toiutry riiradi i welt aaeity. I r?ll y <1 esamrne his Hock b fore purchasing, o h* in eiidi to ro tit u *'o m-nufartu e as (nol at. uricle a> e in l>o fou ,U .ulhectv. JOHN HENKV , Hlill*! *_ |1S O ..I i ret'. i MHS.CtllHOI.lt OLD KS IMl'l.ISH" I) MEDICATED VAI*OUH HATHt.JJ Counl.ii.Jt .feet *t.. well known to be essentially uecess.ry n tin* inunu of ihr year, when the system leqn c-j an aunlii-y to throw off th cuticle acramulhtrii during wtn'er, and which, ' y rrmaiiuiui < on 'he surface of lie i<in, iirndncee enfanenns tl nim. col. i, | Mo mil i um, sculri fa Ver, fcc.hc Th? y are in m* a'iou fr m f. ?' lock in the morning till 9 o'clock u uiyht ulphur II itL* ' r< quire one hour'* notice. Po"*b e Vanour b i'Ih ?ent to a y t (Wilt r.f the City or Brooklyn. Bathiug Tub I and Hip Baiha for I li.re. _ _____ mt> Iwr | THE EMPIRE STATE AOAI V INTTHE KIELD.-Tn r, Mi* Lovers of Eat Bee'? Hu I'rrmiain Sterrs (that took c l'a pieminm arthe last Aariru Inral fair in OraH? * rnntr. Sta-e of New York ) will iw offe-ed for sale on Saturday n*it, R'h intrant, at stall No. I VVa?h mton Marker. 11 They are allowed, by yowl indues, to be as *ood, if not bet- r, ter than any ollrred iu th.a city ror many yeara, 1 hey were fattened by Mr. Bull and Mr- Strong of U anen. N B.-f be Plica will be ^J^^ViTZ'j'kRALD. mlTf??t*r I Washington Mailt?t. DRAFTS ON lit ELAND?Ai .11 times ran In- h d fr .m the subscribers, drawna di ret on the Royal Bank of Ire- 1,1 land, nraoy amount, which are pai l free < f auv charge, in all vi ihe nrinmisi' towns ihwityho?l Ireland. Apply to ROCHE. BROTHERS (a I O. button N. Y.. m2l r Nftt rtoortolh* K?? 1 r ? ll k ' fTx i k.NDE ON LONDON.?Billa nt E?i < . SO ' ' ' : I . ' i r . I 1 I if I 4 ' , ' ' I I I I ' ' i ' . t' k ' 11 ' ) I . ' ' " I 1 I ' I , | 1 1 tf M iiflri. Pri ?c<itt% G.OaC, Ainct 3i Co., London, at all tim ? |] ROCHE, BHOTIIERS ?t CO.,3i Fn'ton t., ,x in 'I r _ \. s- . . r K I I' nk. V [JVCKKT 8HII i.Oi:iVVlLI.E tan nTw Or i I 1 dic'i.r in* at Or ems wharf, loo of 'Vail .treet. Co.- i uur * will pltaae at'eQ.l to tha reer.pt of iheiryno.U innn ,1 lateh. _ pnK ' I) A KEV SHIP -OU fill.'Rv Ell ron i.urrp .1 ? m. 1 1 ? y .1 a per I rtl I sli p will pleas J a*iel I >ri pa rni. t> oil noaoi ? !? stside Bu-I.ny 9 ip, or to the offl ofthua . I All ?<>:> is no' |>ei nilisd in t days innit uuatoi.labl. be i- ip m o the i ublicstore. WOODHULL U MIVTl'ItV?, > mtjr 117 d 'nih orert. J IP BALTTMoR: HI? iTtiAVUK- .1-11 s'l'i II I ' .hi w I. phaat send intir putnits on Ooirda pier N.rith I its'. wiu.tiuidnia*. .... Goods no'i erin tiad by tha 27th mat, w.ll ou.iToid.bly b. wot to public stole. ii 21"' UATENi SHEAilliNOI AiEU-aubalesolay.rv.il | a penny arrieU. um< h approyrd of and wall nl need for hot ' nMofshipo, roofs of houses, he., for sal* by ll E k. COLLINS It CO , h Ml H Bwulh slicat LD. I ^ 1 PrlM Twe C?iU. Oiw?||o. [Corr**i>?udeuce of Hi* Oswroo, March 21, ltM3. Explosion of the OsivetfO Bank?Oswego yet remains ? Proof that a City ran Live without Bunks-In. dustry?Improvements? Trade. Mr Editor? fn the absence or silence of your ci-devant correspondents, I will attempt to give you au inkling of ihe present condition of Oswego. Yesterday our good citizens were all Hinazement, at hearing that the Oswego Bank had exploded. This appeared the more strange, as a celebrated financier had lately been imported from Troy to nurse that institution. During the whole of yester day there was quite an assemblage on the steps and in tront of the Bank, but no business was done ; the Bank neither paid specie or bills Anxious enquiries in regard to the President were made by the lookers-on, when it was ascertained that he had fione home, taking the apeote with turn. It was ucky lor him that he was not to be ionnd ; tor though it may be sate for " the Douglas in his hall," such would not have l?een the case here Some were even disposed to make him unlike Diogenes' description of man But uever fear, the |<?nk is sound?the circulation does not exceed SfSO OOO.and the deposits are small. To meet this there are good notes and abundant securities. Our place is looking up. Two mills are being erected in the burnt district, and one, that front ineligibility of situation has lain idle, will be in o|>eration this summer. The steamboat and schooner lines on the lake are arranged for a good summer's business, and as the odious ordinances in regard to salt have been repealed, we expect a good increase oi business. The United States Hotel, burnt a year ago, has been rebuilt, and under a popular publican, will again become a favorite. As for our ladies, God bless them, they are the same here as elsewhere?our comfort and our joy? they are " uncertain, coy and hard to please," or as " ntinistering;, Htigels " Some tof our most beautifu young ladi-s, who h.-vs been lionising elsewhere, have returned to gladden our hearts with their smiles. With great respect to you and yours, Timothy. Baltimore. [Correspondence of tke Hers Id. J Baltimore, March 22, 1843. The most Aitouniling Discovery ever dreamed of in the Philosophy of Man?Phreno and Animul Magnetism thrown into the shade?Confirmation of Millerism and the End Approaching?Proselytism by the IVholesale?Extraordinary Excitement. Friend Bennett:? Never before in the annals of American history has there been known such an extraordinary excitement aa now pervades our community. It commenced with experiments which lor several daya have been making in (he ecience of Animal and Phreno Magnetism, by a tat, good natured gentleman from Virginia, named Jeter. He first met with strong op[>osition trom able and learned gentlemen, who were disbelievers. Finally, phenomena ao striking were produced that these very same sceptics became converts, and are now the strongest advocates of Mesmerism. You may be surprised when 1 tell you that amongst them are ministers of the Gospel, judges of the bench, lawyers of the bar, phvsicinns of the best reputation, and citizens generally of the strongest minds?all classes, young and old, elite and plebeians, are in a perfect stale <1 ex citement, wonder and nsto' ishment. The Hall, or Saloon of the Law Buildings, where the lecturer holds lorth, is nightly u perfect jam. Every one possessed with physical ability, h is become a mesmeri/.'r,and are making daily experiments, which prove successful.so iur aatosatisly themselves Dr. A.'a yellow boy is the lion oi the night. He ia manipulated, and responds to the touch uj>on his nr, .3 ?|rkeys of a piano under a skillul finger, to the melody of sound. Hub mirihfuluess wiih tune and he not only sings, but dunces Lucy Long?touch combativeness, and he becomes rampant as a mad dog? than benevolence, and he searches his pockets lor money, which is generously extended ta the person nearest hiin?sensitiveness being excited, he is mum ?veneration, and he assumes the attidute ot prayer ?adhesiveness, with a slight pressure of amativeness, and he vociferates a love ditty?and to conclude with self esteem, he is the perfect "rfrm /otn" nigger, and no mistake. Wonderful, however, as have been the phenomena in this infant science, mother has just been discovered that makes it, when trough) in contact, appear ns a mere plaything, and and baflies all speculationLanguage fails me to find an appropriate name by which to cognomise the new and astounding disrovoryjuRt made and developed in this city, but for want of a better 1 must call it "Aenotisin;" Hnd now for a brief statement of its incomprehensible operation The subject is placed in an easy chair, with the feet resting on a pedestal nearly at right anules. The operator then comrnencea with manipulations reverse precisely of those used in the old way of producing the magnetic sleep, running from the extremity of the legs and toes towards the hand,thereby dispel sing the fluid into the surrounding atmosphere,similar to the radintion of heat or light After a considerable time, say 20 minutes, has been thus appropriated, the subject is then placed cautiously in an upright posture, having his full weight on both feet. The Aeriotizer still perseveres in his manipulations, at the same time having his eyes, as well as iiis mind, fixed and concentrated, not upon the subject und?-r his influence, as in Mesmerism, out on a certain position in spare, at any desirable lists nee,(say five or ten feet,) front the earth. Thus, it a aiven period, when the Aeriotizee is sufficienily arified by the dispersion of fluid, it only requires he Aeriotizer to will that his subject shall ascend to i given point in space, when, quick as thought, he foes it, and there remains stationary, entirely uniupported by any perceptible power, exhibiting the Host astounding phenomenon that ever man beheld All who saw this were literally confounded?aye, nVrwhelmed, snd could not refrain trom declaring 'hat the mysteries of the human intellect, and the jiscoveries of men in theae latter days, were even overleaping the powers ol thought. Two experiments only of this kind have na yet been succt srtul. One of the subjects wan an intelligent mulatto boy, i>f about fourteen years ot age; the other a white boy with a red head, whose name I have not learned. There have been but three failures, and they but uartial. Some have attempted to solve the myr-tery by asserting ihat the power ot gravitation is wholly ?for the time bring?annihilated. Having thus rotten the Aeriotizee thus into spac*,a difficulty may occur i? me reauer, now ne is nrongnt oown again. Thin is done by pincing 11 ladder against him, on which the Aeriotizer ascends, i?nd gradually rrverpes ihe manipulations. Herein have 1 given as accurate an account of the above inlant phenomenon as I could well do in the brief time I have had to look into the incomprehensible mystery. The advantages ihat may result Iroin this new discovery, provided it does not portend the end spoten of oy Miller, must be obvious. The Aereotiter, I understand, can will his subject to ones through he ethirial regions with the velocity of a comet, root one sphere to another, or from one continent o another. It so, it will supersede the necessity of rjegraplis, and save the $30,000 appropriation reenily made for that purpose It will ulso do away nth ballooning, and supplant the dangers ol steam avigation, as also that of locomotive < ollisious on lilroads. Aerial navigation m> st be the result, aa half dozen good subjects, well Aeriotized. with a ? attached to their ankles, can, it is computed. ?rry thirty passengers at the rare of lour hundred liles jier hour. The only disadvantage I see attendig it is, that il generally adopted as a mode of con-yance, it may operate very much ngain-t the ile ol the State's interest in our internal improvelents, and render the act of the legislature in refernce thereto, abortive. The editor of the Clipper, r. Anon, Dr. Jennings, Z C Lee, United States '(strict Attorney, possibly Cosltphilm. Kev Mr. irtz, Dr. Gibson, the F.ditor o? the Republican, Ir Ludl< w. and several others, I believe, hav- he. oken ilie lirst vats, and will probably make ai xivriruentnl tour to the Celestial Empire,as soon >u -finite arrangement* can be midc for the voyage, 'heir captain and helmsmen will doubtless he thorn by billot. Yours, Msonitm BOMT M. t a. \ 1 Hi N( i PA Pp. H? 0 i nuibL l.n r.-ot* ol 'mn, i pt i-i ? H in*, h'f' '? 1,1 " in K_ K i (H.I.I - I t Cn ts * ?' 1" I)-3i) barm* pitnir L .U Laol ei 'ue O'lsaus Irom * nsw t>rl??as, foi m!( bv K. K. COLLINS k ( O. " Jtr * **"" ?>?( KM Eaglisli Briu4 <Jrt f , I i *?lue ti mug . \ and Oitl Net rwinss. somposioa ? f" 1 fftrcut siovs. ??J all ,W. 1^7 '"P0'*

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