Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 28, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 28, 1844 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. 1., No. 3i*U-Wfcolo Ho. WAV. NEW YORK, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1844. Price Two Cents* THE NEW YORK HERALD. _ AOOKKUATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. HIE ORE ATE ST IN THE WORLD. To the f'ublie. THK NEW VOKK HERALD?-Daily New.Papw-?.? oni"rpn7|0l'1^,eM e"c"" New w* Md Voatth ?uY "^KALU?puhhthfj ririr Baturdar ?. JC aSL- ?"????? - wmstas 1'iiVv'm m/? 7 C,,un/,V- fticea moderate?cash in adv.tnc' ind f/;NUlVmoVt?el^Lk;n.?1'l"eCl,trd " m0,t mod'n,t' JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PltorillKTOft OK THE HeRAM> ElTABLIIHMtlfT Vorth west corner of Kuhon and Nassau stree'ta. NKW VOitK AND HARLEM lUtUtOAB v-?UiviIJAN Y. wr* m iffnri*i*n (i i r AK1U' w"ira CUVHMt 2V"; CaM, will '"?? ""'low.! !;"vIhM 8.4.', A. M.,'ii.4.Va. M.^Tp M 4Tp M"V'e 4r^'i" C?V,Aall H2? aI'm" IuTaMjm y^* M 1 30 P irv I' Vl V11?' 'ur- Cil>' ,ltt? 8 A. M..11 A.' ' Th \ LTe w)vle PI'T" it &* leaTe Cily hal1 at trrmedr?4,d'4"."id -Mor?Uui* tor Morriaiania and in m'.VuAt\i> je"Mor^orlr-,n,v?"d,MorH^'-'7 A-M- 9 A ii-ii.* a m:, .o a ,<i u a. m:. 3TZ.%nrStfor cily . .0 , ?Lj" "tJ" ol 11,0 W'. 8. CA1U1AN. Secretary. TO ^ VkTKtloi*UVraT^Ct0"*1? ?? ViU hp* .JSteV " ? - P. \l. mi ? ?.M . I I. ? v. Cl<* "?U?UA*I. t o clock A M. . t o'clock A.M. tWtf Vc ' M _ ' 4 " * M. Fok haliFajTaMJ LIVFkI'OOL ^s^a-attiK'EESff'is the above porta, as follows :? 1 OI CaWoliTa K W.V fc*"1'' J,:?mnlllllf!". ?? Friday, Dec. I.e. fefo L\hXy Lo"""a"^'' ?,??? .. to Ha;.Iai ? V. r or fieight or passage apply to * D. BRIGHAM. Jr.. A?eut. n26rc M "* oUice 0C^nr'lcbf' Co ' ??? No- 3 Wall street. Bn.l.BH AND NO^^AM^ICAN KOYAjTMiuL 1?*? tom and HO hone power each.? Mil liMHli w?th the Lor it of the Ad| OA^^bo'^/V frWtoia AJfiandet Kyrie. \CAUIA J-.aptain toward O. Lott. Will Jrrom J.1Uw Wte?i^M^riWl.w.? (^jlonia, Lott, ATuKiSto0, Kr?m Livfr^>>- ' JA, &. wU>tub,rSSl;.CMrT "t"rieaeed wd are ,u,-plied Kor (I'ijtht or past&ffn, apply to jaa ^BltlOHAVurWfc.L FARE ONLY 142 (,'E\TS TI1K! NEW A?^ RAINBOW, ON and after S.?ptMub.-r IDtl, will run daily, as follows (Sundays included) '.? Leave New "fk; &Srt?*CTutrlaU*"' ? o'cleck A RU , foot of iiarciay street, 9 o'clock P. M. fLMbAh I* AiVJU CtllSiAF KACUKMONm new IKl^ND.) AND N&W YOkK KS&K^TAri?N 1^'o-1.1 North Hirer, foot of Battery Plaea. /<*^Q /?L?|y Steamboat PTNDEHKLLA. w.ll run u ^r--^Sr^rr?l.i''y"; May ?th toOctob-.r l.t, f^rfT^odi N'W y?rt " 9 'nd U 10 a'T'w ^winut"?-'.'??l 1? mtnute, to p.JjJp? N,>t ""*tuon ?l ? Md W A. M.; at IX, 5 and 7* On Jhwday?Learn New Vork, at 9 and 11 A. M ? at l a mrA itV S and 7V ? Mft ltlrflm0U(i> &t 20 rainutea to I and lo'A.Al; ?N'.wYorU.^Tl*. m mrll 8m*r? ALBAN V-HOUK 1-HANHKI.J aCSfetMOf? KN^KKHBuCKKH and Noi-emh? I..Vi f , Aif W : 0,{ ,'l?,l "fter Maturday, herrtofmr Alb iuy at 5 o clock instead of 6 ai u20 6t 1'hOfL.E'S LINE OF STEaMBOATB~ Koit ALBANY. ' S-ndniMcepted-ThronBh direct, ?? .i i' j"! ^amboat Pier between m _jt,<jurtlau?Jt and Liberty atrneu. > 11 ?\*tea?iboi.t KNH KEitBOCKKR Cautain A P Br Tuesday, ihars^ay and .'Jnrnrdav kvcnings, at 6 o'clock. . ... O* ioot of Barclay street , ^'SgS^^TfSSB&SrSSSETbn.. cTork!' Wadniidjy, aad f AlVrnoom, tt i 0' 1hrS|-ambo,;MBIAl Carnm William H. P^ck iu?*dav, Ihuraday >nd ^atardr.y Anernnoni, at 5 o'clock ' ? *^*'e,|t*ers taking either of the above lines will arrive ia Ai.??ui> in *n?pie *im* to take the Morning Tnunt of Cars for S.i m ?1 "rK- r- ?ren'w ^dlnb^ml^Vi" S? T'l ,lrw and ?l*f,it state rooms, aud for sp^ei and nc ?Omaodations, arc nururalled on the Unison. of aw bos" ?r ?w? ?o?sT^ra^,,p,rw&OTto p-c- "ft?!?. NEW ?TIiAMJU)AT LINE FOR HALTIMoSe KAHhntKUUC'tipg"? ON^BoLLAk"fcV.KTY CT8. >flM 1 he only ?_jl Opposition Lioe between f lHUdfli'liia and B^ltnno e. leaves ihe firk? ^ , - i * *'?? Chesnut stnet every morninv. (e* 852?u,u?5viV.i Ti.prt7,"cl,;ck,,p" /picnd.n.X. H - V. i , 1 '}? V*l'ta,u J. Deroa, u? Delaware City : iifouijh the Canal to Chesapeak* City, ill tint 'ate I .itket 13o.its.aud thence by tlie hteainer OS! 1<)s Capt J. D. Turner MAHYLAND, Capt L. O. Tailor And arrive at Baltimore early the same hi rnioir 1 h.- public are assured that (notwithstandioK ihe false reports in escalation, of this line having stopped) u is, and wf!?be couiiBBed. ai d no exertion will b' .pared to give comfort and Ii.7r I 0n|v clianue that has bc. n made is that II. T. Rees is no long, r Age.:! lor this Line. .I^ lt.ii^. i V- ,,"po,1J'?"- 'Ch* " Pioaeer Line" is ran by the I tail road Company's Agent, for the purpose of putting jown the tegular opposition. If you wish to keep tlie lare re" uUber The aie^'m1 W| f? bv V"' ltfa7ler Portsmouth, and no ^?to^rSTvr0" bV th" L""' #r" "> be I ''r"r ,fMr N*fw<-*?'l?' ?"'! Salem will take this Line from lower side uf CliesntU ?tnet. Kare 2iceuts. Aiply to 5'iV* V1AN' AgeSt, or to \ n ?Tlie-? ir> ?'AMKS II AND, 3o f?outh wliarvs. * .if i . ^ ? Daily Liues of Mages between Balii mow and Washington City, at a lure of SI Jo, making the *)u^ 0ulTi3rOm 1 ,"| , |?'h,i to Washington City, by this - ' ' ? iii'j Jw ?'Oll BATH, OAHDINKK AND HALLOWKLL. -M Tl e new ?te.\mer PKNOBa<;OT, Capi .^AMUKL THOMfSON'S OLD I ED PA88AOE OFFICE, No. 773 1'earl strret. THE Bnhnrriliers in anuonncing to t eir friends and tlie pub* lie their enutSlined and evtemled arMiigem'iit* for bringing out Emigrants from Great Britain ami Ireland, would merely any, lliat lor the yrar 1HJ eoniiderahle etpenne hav.- already been in rur ed, and ho pains will be spared to enable them to retain that preference, which for more than twenty years have been extend ed to th Ik Line The ships employed are only of th* first class, commanded by Competent and ? iRcieut men, well known for their kind and eon* slant attention to the comfort and convenience of piusengers, and as a ship of ihe Line sails from Liverpool every sis days : detention at that port is entirely avoided. When those settled for, decline coming oat. lies passage in .ney is returned to those Irom whom it was received, without any deduction. A fiee patnige, i. r s;euner, Irom tlie various ports in Ireland and, can lie secured, itd*sued. Kor further particu lars enquire of _ SAMUEL THOMPSON, 27J Peirl ?lree?, or C. OHIM8HAW it CO., lOOoiee Piir.xas, Liverpool. Drafts and Eic'iauge at sight for any amount, can lie fur nifln d on the Nat onal tl.nk of lirlmd, the Northern Compauv, ttie National Bank of 8cotlaud, payable at the nu merous Brandies ihrougliout the country; on C. (irimshaw Ik Co., Merchants, Liverpool; and 1L C. Glyn Ik Co., Banltrn, l,ondon. nil] lm*m u VI, LIVKHPOOL-The New Liue?Itegnlar JHST7*! 2!*t Deremlier.?'The superior fast sailing New AMfiaYork^bniU packet ship LI V EM POOL. Captain John Klilridge, 11 JO tons bnrthern. will sail as above, her regular day. 1'or freight or passa.-e, having very superior accommodations, by any ship in jiort, apply to the CajiUin on board weat side iiorluig Hiip, or to 1 * WOODHULL It MINTURN8, Price of Passage BIMt. ?7 Honth .tre.1. Tin fin- |wcket ship t^iieen of the West, Capt. Plulin Wood tr far ty.'2UU^"CCffd ^ "?d Jl&Si Ji.U8E Y CIT V KLOATING DOCK.-This^ J^MWantl unproved Dock has commenced operation. Cap. ^???fa'aiiis and owners ol vessels ere invited to call and ?(. amine u, and they will at once see that it is aa well adapted for raising and repairing vessels as any Dock now in ojieration 1 here is also attached to this Dock, Blacksmiths, 8hip-carp*^' ters, Caulkers and I aintert. All work dona in tiie mosteipa ditioaa manner and at maoaabla ntaa. mosieipa "11 im'iro HILL k MaLAUOHLUT. KOR LONDON.?Regular (Packet of tlie 1st De cember ?The splendid, nrst sailing packet - PRINt E ALBERT. Captaiu Kr. 8. Sebor, will tail iu ibove, li?r rt-tflar day. Having very superior accommodations Tor cabin, secord cabm and steerage passewfers, | prwm wishing to embark should make immediate application on board, foot of \1aideu laue, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, nil rrc No. 100 iue street, comer of South. fjfg- KOR LIVERPOOL?New Line?Regular racket JHnPWto sail the 26th of Dec.?The regular faat sailing JwEBfa^acket Ship SI i)DONS, Captain E. 15. Cobb.of l.luo tons, will sail as above, her regular day. Kor freight or passage, baring accommodations unequalled for splendor or comfort, apply ou board at Orleans wharf, foot o( Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS k. CO. 56 South stmt. Price of Passage, >100. Tlie packet ship Hheri 'an Captain A. K. De Peyster, will succeed it e Siddons, and sail 26th January, 11H5, lier reuular day. n27ec KOR LIVERPOOL?Regular Packefor 0th Dec. ?The splendid packet ship JOII N R. SCIDDY, < .apt ,W m rkiddy, will positively sail as above, her regu* ay. Having most superior and elegant accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passagers, persous wishing to embark, should make immediate application on board, loot of Maiden Lane, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South. The spendid packet ship Samuei Hicks,Captain Bunker, will succeed the above aud sail on tlie lltli Dec. u27ec PASSAGE KOR LI VERPOOL?Packet of the vMrVWIsi December. The splendid, fast sailing packet ship J^MBfiaEUROPE. Capt. Kurber, sails positively as above, her regular day. , ... The accommodations of this ship for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers eanuot be surpassed. To secure, berths early application should be mad* ou board,, or to " W. k J. T. TAPSHOTT. u27 76 South street, corner Maiden Lane. ???? KOR GLASGOW?The fine new British ship >1JM^ANN HAULEY, Dtyican Smith, masfr, now on JMBfiSbBhrr way to this port, aial on arrival will hare imine diale despatch Slie is intended eapressly as a regular trader Le .ween th.s and Glasgow. 87 South s'reet. The packet ship ADAM CARR will succeed tlie Ann Har ley. nlQrc PACKET KOR HAVRE?SECOND I.INE.-Ths ?ship BALTIMORE, Edward Kuuk, master, will rail -on the l.'it of December. Kor freight or passage, apply to BOYD fc H1NCKEN, i3 ?c No. 9 routine Building, corner Wall and Water sts. KOR MARSEILLES?Packft of 1st December ? ? Tin- ship TRESCOTT, Wm. W. Lawrence, masur, j,w ill sail as above. Tight or P^'t^|Vc^"pHELplr H- W 103 Front st, or to BOYD & HINCKEN. Agents, ul9 rc 9 Tontine Building, cor. Wall and Water sts. KOR NEW ORLEANS.?Louisiana and New ? York Line.? Regu lar packet?To sail on Fruhy, 6th D.-C- The elegant last sailing packet ship GEN ESh.E, Japt. iVlinot.will positively sail a- above, her regular day. Kor freight or passage, having el-tan' furnished accommo dations, apply ouuuard, at Orleans whari\ foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS fit CO. 56 South street. Positively no goods received ou board after Thursday evening, Ml Dec. .... , , Shippers may rely upon having their goods correctly measur ed, and that tlie ships of this liue will sail puuctually as adver Ageuti in New Orleans, Messrs. Hall in and Woodruff1, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. n27 rc PASSAGE KOR NEW ORLEANS-Positively ? the first Packet or passage free, and only regular ^__-imcket of Is'. December.?The spl-udid Cut sailing pv ketship OCONEE, Captaiu Jackson, will ?aiU positivly as above, her regular day. , ,. . The accommodations of this ship for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are very superior, and [persons about proceed ing to New Orleans may rely on the ships ol'this line sailing punctually as advertised. To secure berths early application should be made ou board, foot of Maidi ^lane^or^o n|2 pc 7# Smith street, corner Maiden*. ?fast sail KOR NEW ORLEANS? Uuiou Line?Regi ?.lar packet of the 23th November?The splendid fa ??sailing ship COREA, Capt. W. R. Gardner, will s? as above, her regular day. Having very superior accommoda ion, for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, iwr'ous wishing to embark, should make early application ?jn board, foot of IVIarray s wharf, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, n22 1!0 Fine street, corner of South st. EXCHANGE ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, JWSVSCOTLAND AND WALES.?Ths Subscriber has Jfifiajut all times for sale Drafts from ?1 to ?1000, payabli SEfrincipaI NT B. Passage to and from Liverpool can be secured at th? lowest ratea by my of thlline of packets sailing ou the 1st. 6th Uth.iltlh, 21st and J6th of each month, on application as above. Jyftee OLD ESTABLISHED PACKET OFFICE, 61 JfwPW South street?Passage to and from Great Britain and fiKfiajLlrelaiid, via Liverpool. Passage can at all times be engaged at the lowest rates, to and from Liverpool, by the regu lar iiacket ships sailing under tlie new arrangement every Tew ilavs. and drafts can as usual be furnished for any amount, paya ble at tlie National and Provincial Bank, Ireland, and their branches, and throughout the United Kingdom, as well as at all the principal banking institutions in Lnjtland, Scotland ana Wales, without discount or any other charges. b or further par titulars, .f by letur. poat OM A S. ?. TOST OFFICE. I New York, Nov 2ith, 1844. S "CNGLISH MAIL.?Letter Bags rer steamer BRITANNIA, ?Cj will be closed at the Upper and Lower Post Offices ui this city, on Saturday, the 30th insUnt. at i5 minutes Past 3 o clock, P. M. The overland postage of l?& cents ou each single letter, must be paid. JOHN LORLviER GRAHAM, P. M. n27 4tic ? 1MONEY, TWENTY PER CENT-Any Party having iVl from 1100 to ?M>0 to invest in the erection or a building which would be taken on lease by a good tenant, may hear ofan opportunity of making twenty |ier cent certain on the <J?'b?y. by addressing a note J. 11. M., Herald Office. n27 It rc LOST, $:? KKNVaRD. T 03T. st or uear tlie Post Office, on Sunday last, a Purse -Li colli lining seventy dollars, i? hills on various banks. 1 lie tinder will please deliver it to W. STONEALL, 131 fr ulton street, who is aothoriced to l>ay the above reward ou delivery ol the purse and cod tents. "27 3t je VTOT1CE?The subscriber informs the public, that he Will IN pay ne debts contracted by any member of his family from hereforth, and requests that all debts already contracted by them will be presented to him ^payment, with.ri one week from the dale thereof. HliMlHRY DONOVAN, nJ7 3t*ec 40 Washington street, New \ ork. MORTOAGE. THE PUBLIC is notified not to purchase or receive a transf r ol'a Mortgage for fo?r thousand dollars ($1000) executed by CHRISTIAN WATZENECKER to me, da-ed 26th October last, on premises in Molt street, in this city, as an assignment of ihe morlgage was obtained fioia me by undue means, and legal measurts are about beiug taken toJmve tlMMma eancelled. I1 LLIvll I*' MUoEliKs New York, Nov. 26th. 1811. n27 3t?rc READ THIS. ALL CASES in the Surgical and Medical line, especially those of long standing, cau rrceiieadvice andmedirinetratis on the first application, neither name or residi nce required, at No. 57 Heade street. S- HEINE, M. D. n27 3m* rc TO MANUKACTURERH FOR SALE, a valuable Factory, convenient to the city all seasons of the year, the machinery of which is in Itrst rate order, part of which is for broad cloths and part satinets, will be sold at a great sacrifice. Address a uo'.e to A. at this office. "*7 lw<w! THE NEW YOHK HOTEL, ON BROADWAY, WASHINGTON AND WAVERLY T'HIS new and elegant establishment, situated in tlie most I'tshionable qua'ter of the city, will own ou Monday, Dec. 2d. It has been finished aud fnrmshed with |eculiar rr'Terenre to ih' coiivenieii'*? of fiiinUief, and will be conducted oulhe plan of Mwirice's Hotel, Paris. JOHN II. BILLINGS, Proprittor. B. MONNOT, Restaurateur. N. B.?Table d Ilote at 6 o'clock. u?7 3t?rc THE SARACEN'S HEAD,' NO. 12 DEY STREET,two doors below tlie Kranklin House, Broadway. This House, well known to those of our Citl 7.?ns who like to enjoy a mug of the "blood of John Barley corn" iu undisturbed quit, with the privilege of reading the latest foreign and Amercsn ps|?"rs, has Utrly been purchased by the subscribers. A:, will be seen it has becomi a halj-l BICi. establishment; but its o'd customers as well as new ones, will find no deterioration in its usual comforts. n27 2w*ec UUS11N Sc PRICE. DISSOLUTION.?NOTICE.?The co;l?rtner?hip hereto fore ^sisting between JOHN SlYERS and 11ENRY LYON, as Watchmakers and Jewellers, at No. Eighty 110} Chalhim street, in the City of New York, is (his day dissolved by mutual consent, Johu Myeis retiring rrrm the Brm. I lie business will lie hereafter londucted by Henry Lyon at the above named place. Dited New York, Nov. 25, 1?M. HENRY LYON All debts due by the said parlies to be paid by John Myers. n26 3t*rc I'HYSIOLOGY OF THE 1'ASfcIONS. STUDY OF HEALTH. Anew and original MeJico-Physiological Work on the Phy siology of :he I'.isMon.', illusu.tlin of the rise, progress attainment and decline of the human reproductive (>oviers; por traying the results or youthful im|irovidenc; s. the indiscretions of mature age, and the follies of advanced life. Hv 11. J.Cul verwell. M l)., Memlier of the London Royal College of Sur geons, Licensed Practitioner in Medicine, aud author o| I oye, Courtship, Marriage, Green Book, Manhood, kJ Hold, wholesale and retail, lit Chriilie No. 2 Astor lioute, New York. nW3 m PRINCE EDWARD'S ISLAND POTATOES AC \KOO of this superior Rrtirlr, e<in>il to Irish, for sale at a much lower pric, in lots to suit ... nj|3t*m No. 21 aOU 1 it oin.r,r j MEDICAL CARD. ? u rvOCTOR KAWCETT. of It6 Kulton street. New York, D Member of the ILryal Collfge of Surgeons, oj l^ndonand Edinburgh, anil Graduate of tlie JefWsoa Medical Collega of Philadelphia, also autnor of a work embracing the l\)llowing -nhiects, vix.Matrimony, Imiwtency aid Sterility, anato mically, physiologically , and medically riplained, with a com piemnsive exposition of tlie nature aiid n'odeni treatmeiit ol Syphilis, Secondary Spmytoms, Gonorrhae; Gle?t, Strictures. Nocturnal Emissions, anil all tlie consequences arising from liollution. Doctor Kawcett contiuuea his privatt consultations ou the above-mentioned diseases, at his long established office, 1!>6 Kulton street, w lien the most aggravated formsor all aBec tions of the generative organs will yield to his mode ol treat mait, without re?raint iu diet or eie rcise, and without mer cury. E'en when the procreative energies become torpid 01 parilyted, from excessive indulgence, or from masturbation, he will be able to restore the [xirts 10health and vigor. I ersons at a distance, enclosing f I, can have a copy of the work. All letters must l>e post paid, and directed to Dr. II. raweett, 1C6 Kulton street. New York. "2*i Im tn IIOTATOKS.?UiOO bushels very suierior Irish Potatoes 1 landing ex ship Siddons, from Livrrpool, and lor sale in lots to suit purchasers, by uldiec E. K. COLLINS h CO. 56 South st. SHEATHING FELT.?* cases of the very superior patent Sh.iathing Paper, admirably calculated for sheathing vessels snd reofs ol houses. Kor sale, in lota w suit purchasers, by "* K ' 'M.f.ivu >? I ?l . '* W..mli s> PLOUR?134 bbls. Ettra Eagle Mills. r 376 do Lachede, do Laadinf ex ship Indiana frem New Orltus, and for sals in lo*u> nil purchasers,^by^ CWJJJi# COj ? ^ COLT'S REPEATING PISTOLS, The above is a true repine I**'."!* I'istol: great imnosm ,Wj 1 H the latest I mnrovements S- l?*? aud 1814 I. Hammer of ristol?2. Receiver wiili life Chambers ? 3. Trigger? d. Wedge ?or holding barrel upou pin?I. Lever or r unuier to rain the ball down with. "t'r v.ei'* 11 representation of the Colt's Patent Re. onVh. L"rMt ""Positions have lately been practised up Curkm? P i? IV WW* M'"1 ""lug 'I" bi* Barrel or Self ilr v ! ? ?* * Patent 1'istol, which, with all its im f.r r .1."rl '? ?Vi"erlciu' ""d ?,a(le tli*- very lest materials? li?;?'kL i"' 1,14 tt "" M i" tl e lix barrel pistol and highly finished in every res, ect The Sit Uarr'l or Self locking PU |i' * ,(la" invention?the pi'teni pistol was imported by a wm?^?X7i??h;.V1,,ry?Pe manufacturer of this article mer<attached"li fi00!44"'- Holster Pistols, with therein J!!? I f ' latest and most approved ol iinproviiieut in ire f?r ""it ,u..n M- ?Scura<:>- a"'1 distance, they c?nV.f fi.ii ?;?/* . rtaPocket and Short Barrel Belt Pistol Lirl or powder, loaded with balls and caps only, the I' eiT lLR|^C"irafV' ?' J? '.0.12 ?"*' With gieat force, iinf times iu less than hall aui fromthfl most scientific and practical navy and 2! vice ^ l'' ' ryntatiou in the United States propriety's .to4 1111(1 *'n?1"'11 nav>' ca" be a< Hie .oi'd^c0^ ^rrfcap^!%^r^oTu" bnyd 8hot 0uui are .ntl^te.rr1' Orl^by^K^ald'^rrSo. Mmsi? BhiX?t'.i ?a ,,im','"'.', b>', ,Ja"'ia' Consign ?t HviL lf?' i l ""^ & Co.? Je Janeiro, Brazil, and at Hyde lit Uoodnch's, New Oileans. n20 lm*ec FRENCH'S II O T E L. T'the ' ^'? U|H ,e?P*?My informs hia friends and at lin'ifh . , lie haa opened his new aud splendid hotel diatevieinitv ofm 1* t ea,t Broadway, in the imme . 'C1"'tl of mercantile busineas and the principal places of amusement, ai.d lias furnished it iu a style that wilt bear favor able comparison with the very best hotels in th.' city The pro iwardhtt"i" u>' ttlj"ve house has had stitct Sfil (1r?'11" coinlort and that he has combiu. d eCo nomy the following prices will show A KOO.Y1 KOll ONE NIOHT 25 ,r,A " WEEK... 140 ih-rel^nm,..7l'.? ""?"?? anJ uPon uu occasion will fiX 'n?re than one bed in a room. There is a REFECTORY attached, iu which there are u\Mifso"il fth lTntt,tmALL MUUI"1ofrthe da>' a?'i eveuiug. There i.l^u. 'ru ij~om* connected, for warm, cold and ahower . i1? i w lu attendance at all times darinir the N h TiDl and to let them out at all hours. rinKtMXT WaUl L?d*,UM a,trrl1" h0U\C}?<.rjU rnuv M ^Ewr y? BRASS BAND. I fi.ii ,h'' New y?rl? Band would resect fully inform their natrons and the public in neneral that it a ra?Tr?H wfLidlHrJa ^''.^nr Hall, Bowery?^!! Nov." M iH Al'iii i a !? M ""a"im.')Uily elected leader, and C. it i . ? ? ComjKiser ol said Band?Hud tliey UOw feeJ usured that the Baud will be inferior to none iu this country.? ^i ? i '?""? their thanks lor the very flattering i^. trouage bestowed upon them the put season, and will u?e every S!'|?,00|W ?lfiei.,t a co,,"wiiance of the same. Applications for tbeBandwdl be made to Richard Willis, Leader, 49 street, James (.onuer. Secretary, 33 Bayard street, or any of the following members; Win. Wallace, 49 Spring stree': Alfred 11 leates, 1> Norfolk street; Daniel Underbill, 114 Wooster street M. Merne. liO Korsyth street; John Walface 7 Clark str?i! /oh" BleaUl.y, 109 Walker street; J. Fuysiug. M Orchard siw[? HJPisjl0','1"r? <3? ?'ouytli street; k. Wheeler, comer 9th Avenue' ,utHA"f' wiuJr >*?%' N. B? Bauds provided for Public Balls, Private Soirees .Un'.n*!^" y *,,|)1>"lu" 10 W,n- Wallace, 49 Spring strnet! ? N^W YORK RIDING SCHOOL. Nos. 05 and 07 Watt ?t. near Canal. TO ^ roprietor nf this popular establishment, begs to render i-AjFrr?1 ac'"lovvll'OjjrI"eut ..f the distinguished puroii tfvrwiiln s/JlS.rf<:e,fc,,! ?" th'''"bllc- a,1(1 10 ,tHte ">at his tyrmiNO Si hool (or Kcpieatrian Tuition and Kxercise Ridir.g will open for the season on MONDAY ne*t, the 20th instant llours from 7 to 10 P. M. The Evening, of Mo^afind 1W dav are set apart lor gentlemen auu the ladies of the families exclusively. 1 he riding mister i well known to be one of the most experienced and successful in this country. I n!9 Imdli* JAMKS CUDDlNOTtIN, Proprietor. DISRKOW'S RIDING SCHOOL, 4 Na. 408 BOWERY, ' a*ii"Ai? ?A,T0* ?b La Kavkttk Places, New Yoa?. lU iii.'.?V L- ? rf to announce that his School u opeu lUdij^ Evening, foi Equestrian Tuition and Exercise | ' TERMS: . l'CTWX KXKacllI aiDIKfl. JJ Lessona 915 09 i Month til 00 '? 10 00 20 Ridea li 00 * 5 00 10 " ... ......... { no Single Lessons J 60 Single Ride......... .. 74 Koad " 2 50 Puidf.'to h?*'Ur and '1Uiet ,lor*"' for the Koad or , EVKItlXO CLASS. U Letsona $? 00 I 20 Rtdea |10 M 9lu?le 1 00 I Single Rid*... ... .. . 75 . J. _ IIULiIlH ? I.?Ail l^Msoni1 or Kidea i?nid for on consmencioff. J.?Om hour allowed on ench L??ton or iVd* m the School. I.?One hour and a haif to a Leaaon on t Ik* Koad. ' l.?Hoars for Ladies, from 9 A. M. to > T i\]. 5.?Hours for Gentlemen, from S to *>d from 7 to M 1'. M. L jibes ? nll,men during (lie hours appropriated to Acard o M drees in requested previous ro eommencinr. i?*" k?rLn|{ t,!I" ''o?*" this establishment, will havei the privilege of nding thein id the School gratis. old lm*re ROGERS' GYMNASIUM. Nob IU, 17, and 10 Canal atrcet. rPHH SI LENDID ESTABLISHMENT is now open day J- and evening, for the reception ol pupils. All persons of rbrU ,houltl Pn,otl?? ?*ae exTCiies, wnich art the only remedy for contractions of the Chest, Dyspepsia, Ice., the dying1'1' re,u constantly bending over the desk, and ?tu iVd Guardians of Boys, and all interested, are in N H i i> ii .. ROOERd, Proprietor! . i. n *1' ?' '"connection with W. J. Wyer, bas opened OymuMinm iu Brooklyn, at No. 166 Kulton street! Uentlemen doing business in New Yurk, who rrside in Broiklyn, will hud tins estihluhinent a complete one for the purposes of exercise. U|nu d ly andeveuiug. lUfun-rc COURSE OF FRENCH LANGUAGE ON THE a w '.wskrtsonian SYSIEM the^rst'^eison1'"* ^ ^?"ovr *-"our'' *r? invited to attend at All the subscribers shall hive the privilege of following the other courses, except the ladies' one ? A course lor l- ")iea will be opened ou Monday, 25th?days of Sjf'o'cToek 1,1 Wednesday and Friday, iroui II,1 j to For information apply to Mr. Edmund du Bnisson, 400 Broad way, from V o clock to 10 A. M. aud from 2 o'clock to 1 P. M . RKfKUfcNtKS. ?M. DeWpreat, h renchCon- Dr. l'orter, 1 Barclay at. ill's 1? n Pf Urossman, 400 Broadway W B Draper, 51 Bearsr st. W. 11. Cary In Co , I Ki l'earl at. E. f abrequettes,61 Maiden lane. C. C. Carter It Co , Hi do 1C. Logan. Esq., 4 New st. Berard a Moudon, J? Court {;? Esq., 49 Nassau st. land st. nl' 2w ? c" ' 11 Uarc,*y M. Melly, iS Maiden Lnne. C^iWW, KsvsTlf',v|LAa (|iUAi(iK 1HK "HAM. is ICAL SY81 KM.?'Adopted in the ( olleura of hnuice, 71 LisiME-nHrd ?freet, corner of Broadway. New Vork Lyceum?By ]? ? RICIlAH D, Professor of French, Latin and (ireeh, ancient Inspector of the Inuitutiou Chataing at Paris, h.xprofessor Reiietitor of the Koyal Coll-ge ( haileinagne at Pal (|s, lor some years tutor in an American family. The Course of I-rench, by Mr. F. RiCHAKD, will <om mence 011 Monday evening, 2nd ol December, at 7U o'clock P M., and w;ll take place every evening following, Sundays rx cepted. J le pupils will be divided m two classes, one for those a ready advanced, and anoiher for beginneis. The first W'll take place on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, lite se cond on 1 uesdays, ihursdays and Saturdays. Mr Kickard has engaged several I rofensors of trench, German and English, for the establishment of a trench Day School, which wilfhe kept in the same place, Irom 9 o'clock, A. M. till 3 o'clo k. All those wishing lor private lessons of French, Ueiman or Italian will Please call at the above place. ' qJ^^Cf'I'fions will be receivtd by the following, at |>er Messrs. D. Appleton & Co., 200 Broadway. ' llenry O. Lsnglev, 8 Astor House. l-ockwood U Son, 411 Broadway. JVljliain Rande, 322 Br advray. Williams a Stevens, 343 Broadway. Bart lett Ik Weldford, 7 Astor House, baxtou (k. Miles, 20i Broadway. Maik II. Newman. 199 Broadway. Lockwood a Co., 4i9 Broadway. t- O. Herteau, 31j Broadway. References.?Messrs. Fox Ik Livingston, Broad street; Anson n uTr . "H "V? '? ^ N?""" '""Ij ? Draper, Jan , 10 Warreu street; John 1 yler Brig bun, 47 Walker street; J as 1 liomnon, broulw.iy. ni5J tJ'rc TO THE DAGUERRIAN ARTISTS. J Silrsti"'1 D from J**''*, bypaiket ship Francis the 500 French Daguerreotype Hates, large sir.e, (star brand.) 1 A' romatic Ulruaes, 3/4 inrlies dinrnet^rs 12 do/a ll i f (iilt I* rames, of difTerent sizes. G Uermau Instruments, for ta.iug family a roups. And for sale cheap for ca?h by F. A. ARTAUL V, . . Frruch Materials Importer, Lafayette Baxaar, 149 Broadway, cor. ol Liberty st. i 1)25 lm?rc DR. LARDNER. CONSULTING KNGINEKJf. A CARD.?Tlie PuhLc is iiifoimed, that Dr. LARDNER . continues the pracFrce of busiue.s as a Cousultiug Engi gineer, which he followed on an exteusive scale for mtny years in r.ngland and France. Inventors, patentees, maiiulxcturers, merchants, anil others engaged in the arts and mauufacturea. may consult him on matters requiting the application of ihe principles of practical science. Certificates and 01 inioas on the validity aud usefulness of new inventions and processes in tlie ? rta. Heports oil disputed questions aud doubtful iwinu, ex peri'neutal investigations, with a view to the discovery or test ing of improved pract ises, will Le siyiplied or undertaken when required. Office No II Spruce street. New Vork. All Business I-etlers must be post-paid, and to prevent time neing lost by frivolous aiiplicatiiius, all applicants will be ex acted to pay a retaining lee of ?I0 before tonaulution. n22 3mrc [7XPRESS PRICt.S REDUCED?The Subscribers have a K*.-ess pricea on all small package* of law sua other docamenta, from to ceou to 30 cenu per paekase fiom thiai city to Buiialo and the interuied.ate points. Also! through .Veila a Co. s Expiesa fiom Budalo to Chicago, at X t1"'e,tT 10 U"CM0'Md Uie 'at*rn,e<''' i?> LIVINBHTOV ?oy.LI.M > POMr.WdV yiNC-xitus?/.,c afloat?for sale by r* - WOODHULL h MINTUATIb St-.'.. OATMEAL?About MOO Iba Irish Oatmeal, in good order V for aale br JOHN HERdAan, s 1 RAW BOARDS?10 tons assorted Nos lor sale l>v '?*1 I'ERSSE Ik BRUOKS, 61 and 07 Nassau st. PIO IRON?100 TONS BEST SCOTCH. SO TONS CHEAP AMEBIC AN. 100 TONS BEST AMERICAN, very strong, amiable for Rail .'load Wheels or Vachiaerr fat "l'ei?bTwma - * VV^D, Tl SPIRI'i'S TUKPKNTINE?7# barrels, beat unality Soother afloat, for aala by WOUUHULL It M1NTURNS, 'f'* 11 Wowth .tree. XX^OOl^-7 balea of1 verv sopenor Waatarn W VV ? ahtp V^on Jfyji Wool, laniia, by iwImhIim Rose Buds from the Calendar, WHO ARE " THE SAINTS?" | *alnt Hom of Lima, Virgin. wifh'thV JZTV an^ A,rica? had been watered ?,!!* blood of many martyrs, and adorned du ring many ages, with the shining examnles o'f in menof God'"t'h' Whils'' by ,he in*crutul>le judg "en and ,? I v?8t regions of America lay bar ren, and, as it were, abandoned, till the faith i,f Christ.began to enlighten them, and thLs saintan S ?r taUf Peru born 'be cap.- | bntthe^^J^eolo^n sei ming, in some measure, to resemble a beautiful rose, the name ot Rose was give* her From he/ infancy her patience in Buffering, and her love ?t clnldhZt10:' Were exfraordiaary, a,S whilst Jet a weet Z6 tSt^S^nd" sea she took St. Catherine ot Sienna for her model Every incentive of pride and sens-uahty was to lier s& \ZI!X imt on. hn hnd , g.rkKfToweW^^w|f Mock in ,i, winch pricked hci mSotlh? the maid at night could not take off the s H without aome difficulty. Hearing others treouen, y commend her beauty, and fearing lest it should be an occasion of temptation to any one, whenever . Wii? ??'Ko abroad to any public place shr Z,1 the night before to rub her face and hand's wiih ihe ?ark and powder of Indian pepper, which is i vio ent corrostve, in order to diifigu e her sl in w th little blotches and swellings. A young man haru EfT!"* h"e ,du>; '"Vmire the fineness of" he 'km he r It a nds'in t oh JiTditt,dy ran ft"<l SrllS both tier nanus into hot lime. Baying, "Niv< r Iff mv hands be to any one an occasion of temptation " make it^the*,r ?'^n 18 ,hiV?mpl? to?ho??h0 te a- KJ-2S K CTl10 themaelven, not to be'overcome by era Thusrf'd 5f" Puni"h**8 berself to preserve oth* s. I hus did she arm herself against her external and against the revolt of her senses Hut she was aware tha' this victory would avail h? r ? ittle, unless she died to herself by crucifvinc in her heart inordinate self-love, which is the source ?f pitde, an? all the other passions. This is the most important and most diflicult part of our snirit ual warfare s or so long as selfWove reigns in the inlti? ??n ? heart, it blasts with its poisonous nflu?nce even virtues themselves; it bas so many little artful windings, that it easily insinuates and disguises itself everywhere, wears every matk and seeks itself even in fasting and prayer. Hose triumphed over this bubtle enemy by the most nro found humility, and the most perfect obedience and denial ot her own will. She never deoarted w?i fully from the or.-ler of herparentsin the least tittle" and gave proof, of her scrupulous obedience and invincible patience under all pains, labor, und'eon tradictions, which surprised all that knew her. St. Gregory Thaumaturgu*, HlsUop, C. /Iheodorus, afterwards called Gregory, and from his extraordinary miracles, surname d Thaumatur ge, or Worker of Wonders, was of Neoc!. "aTea in n8' ^?r,n l,are.nf8 eminent for their rank and ortune, but engaged in the superstitions of ldola in J r fourteen years of age he lost his lather Zd,??TtlV'mr beKan to d."W?ver the vanity of the heathenish religion, as hia reason grew more quick and manly, and was improved by education ? and by tins means his inclinations were insensibly turned towards the belief of the unity of thTlKiy and the Cht i tnm faith. His mother pursued the plan begun by his father, n giving him <i literarv education, with the intention of bringing him up to the bar, and the practice ot oratory. In the stiuJv of rhetoric he made such surprising progress imit .t was easy to foresee he would one^dfy be one of the greatest orators of the age. He learned lifiefl!t ?? lon*5e' w,'ich was a necessary qua il nm?V?r-|,ref^eBt ,0 preat dignities in the I udi nf# ?lrnm hl8 !nd8tt'r8 alao Persuaded him to study the lioman laws, an acquaintance with himCm ?hya. U'f h* a Rreat 8 <1 vantage. to mm in whatever profession he should afterward embark. His sister being married to the asses- or or assistant of the governor of Cajsarea in Pales' tine, she was conducted thither at the public charge, with such as she was disposed to take with her. Gregory accompanied her upon this occa sion, with his brother Athenodorus, who was af terward a bishop, and sufl-red much for tWaith of ji sus Christ. From Ciesarea the two brothers went to Berytus, to uttend a famous school of the Roman law in that neighborhood. Alter a short stay there, ihey returned to Ciwsarea. The city of Neocitaarea was rich, large, and SW ?'? deeply buri,d in vice, an! Jo mi serably addicted to superstition und idolatry th u it seemed to be the place where Satan had fixed bis seat, and Christianity had as yet scarce been able to approach its neighborh?od, though it was in a flourishing condition in many parts cfPontus St. Gregory animated with zeul and charity. ar> to hfm anH PV'J?0ro y to char?e commitied to htm, and God was pleased to confer upon him an extraordinary power of working miracles of some ol which bt. Gregory of Nyssa gives us the following account. As the saint was returning from the city to the wilderness, a violent rain obliged him to take shelter iu a heathenish temple the most famous in the country, u|>on accoui.t of oracles and divinations delivered there At his I entrance lie made the sign of the cross several ' times to purify the air, and then spent the night there with his companion in prayer, according m custom. The n,.,! monin, h. JnSoVd ffK nej, and the idolatrous priest, performed his i*ial superstitions in the temple; but the devils decK they could stay tbrre no longer, being forced away by the man who had passed the iLt night there. After several vaiu attempis to bring those powers back, thi priest hastened after the saint threatening to carry Ins complaints sgainct him to the magistrates and to the eti.peror "regorv without the least emotion, told him, that with ilie' help of God he could drive away, crcall the devils when lie p eased. When the idolater saw he dis regarded all his menaces, and heard that he had a power of commanding demons at pleasure In* lury wu8 turned into admiration, und he entreated the bishop, as a further evidence of the divine authority to bring the demons back again to the temple. Ihc saint complied with his request, and dismissed him with a serin of Piper, in which he had written, ''Gr^orf "o Satan: hnter Ihis being laid upon the altar and the usual oblation made, the demons Rave* he!r answers us usual. The priest, surprised at I what lie saw,went alter the holy bishop, and bigged he would give him some account ol that God whom hMl8 rea(),'y ?.bf. yed. Gregory explained to him the principles of the Christ,?? faith, and find mg the priest shocked at the doctrine of tne incar nation, told him that great truth was not to be en forced by words or human reasoning, but by the wonders of the divine power. The priest hereupon pointing to a gre. t stone, desired the saint to com mand that it should change its place to another which he named. St. Gregory'did ao, and the stone obeyed, by the power of him who promised his disciples that hy laith they shoald be able to re move mountains. The priest was converted by this miracle, and, forsaking his houce, friends, and relations, resigned.himself up to the instructions of divine wisdom. The people of Meocmsarea, hearing of the mira culous actions o Gregory, were alUmbitmus fo see so wonderful a man, and received him with greet applause when he first arrived among the,,, But he pawed unconcerned through the crowd! without so much as casting his eye on one side er another. His friends, who Ud accom paniedhimotit of the wilderness, were solicitous where he should meet with entertainment. The saint asked tli-in if they wer.- banished the divine ^[r'L' c T ' T bade them not be solicitous con cerning their bodies, but about their minds, which are cd infinitely greater importance, and are to be prepared and built u,, for heaven. Many were ready to open their doors to so welcome a guest; and he accepted the invitation ofMusmius, a per' son of great honour and esteem in the ciiy, and odged with him That very day he fell to preach i and betore ni^lit had converted a number mil hcient to form a little church, klarly the next morning the doors were crowded wuf, s,ck pr ions, whose distempers he cured, and at the same time he wrought the conversion of their souls. The body of Chrutains soon became so numerous that the saint was enabled to build a church for their use, to which all contributed either money or labor I hough churches were afterwards demolished in the days ol D'oclesian, and though an earthquake the npl*hboring buildings,this scaped both dangers, and not a atone oi it was shaken to the ground, bt. Jerom and venerable t$ede mention, that when St. Gregory built this fa mous church near the sea, he commanded a rock, which obstructed the work, to yield place, which it did. The river Lycus, now called Casalmach, which passed by the walls of Neocu surea, falling from the mountains of Armenia, sometimes by ita impetuous Hoods swept away inhabi.ants, cattle, houses and crops. St Gregory, mo^rd with com passion, fixed his slutf uear the bank, and prayed that the waters might not exceed those bounds, and they obeyed hiB voice; und no such Hoods happened again to the time when St. Gregoiy o( Nyssa wrote ; the start also took root and became a large tree. The miracles ard wisdom of the saint brought him into such reputation, that,even in civil causes, wherever the case knotty and difficult, it was usually referred to his decision. Two brothere happened to be at law about a lake, both chal lenging it to belong to their part of the inheritance; nor was the saint able by words to accommodate the dillerence between them ; but each resolved to maintain his right by force of arms, and a day was set when they were to bring into the lield all the force they could raise with their tenan's. To paevent unjust bloodshed, St. Gregory continued all the night before the intended engagement in prayer upon the spot, uud the next day the lake was turned into solid land, whereby the contention was removed; the remains ot the lake were shown long alter. Mt. Simeon Stylltea, C. St. Simeon was, in his life und conduct, a sub ject of astonishment, not only to the whole Roman I empire, but also to many barbarous and infidel na tions. The Persians, Medes, Saracens, Ethiopians, Iberians, and Scythians, had the highest veneration for him. The kings ol Persia thought his benedic tion a great happiness. The Roman emperors soli cited his prayer*, and consulted him on matters ot the greatest importance. It must, nevertheless, be acknowledged, that his most remarkable actions, how instrumental soever they might be to this uni versal veneration and regard for him, are a subject of admiration, not of imitation. They may serve, notwithstanding, to our spiritual edification Hiid improvement 111 virtue; as we cannot well reflect on his fervor, without condemning and beui^ con founded at our own indolence in the service of God. St. Simeon was son to a poor shepherd in Cili oin, on the borders of fc-yiiu, and at first kept his lather's sheep, lieing only thirteen years of oge. he was much moved by hearing the beatituc'esreuJ one ilny in ohuroh, |>urtieulurly lit. ? 44 are they that mourn: blessed are the clean ol heart." The youth addressed himself to a certain old man, to learn the meaning ol those words; and begged to know how the happiness they promised, was to be obtained He told him that continual prayer, watching, tasting, weeping, humiliation, ana patient suflering of pe.'secutions, were pointed out by those texts as the road to true happiness; und that a solitary life attotded the best opportuni ties for enforcing the piactice of these good works, and establishing a man in solid virtue. Simeon, upontlns,withdrew to a small distance,where,tailing prostrate upon the ground, he besought Him, who desires all may be saved, to conduct turn in the paths which lead to happiness und perfection; to the pursuit of which, under the help of Ins divine grace, he unreservedly Irom that moment devoted himself. At length, falling into 11 slumber, he was favored with a vision, wInch it was iibual w ith him alterwatds to relate. He seemed to himself to be digging a pit for the foundation of a house, und that, us often as he stopped for taking a little breath, which wus four times, he was commanded eacli tune to dig deeper, till at length he was told he might desist, the pit being deep enough to re ceive the intended loundation, on which he would be able to raise a superstructure ot what kind, and to what height he pleased. "The event," says Theodoret,41 verified the prediction; the actions ol this wonderful mun were so superior to nature, that they might well require the deepest founda tion of humility and fervor whereon to raise and establish them." Rising from the ground, he repaired to a monas tery in that neighborhood, under the direction of an holy abbot, called Timothy, and lay prostrate at the gate for several days, without either eatir.g or drinking ; begging to b?.* admitted on the foot ing of the lowest servant in the house, mid us a general drudge, flis petition wasgrnnted, and he complied with the terms of it with great fervour and affection tor four months. During this time he learnt the Psalter by heart, the lii?i task enjoin ed the novices; and his familiarity with the sacred oracles it contains, greatly helped to nourish his soul in a spiritual life. 1 hough yet in his lender youth, he practised all the uustentiesol the house; and, by his humility and charity, gained the good will ot all the monks. Having here spent two years, he removed to the monastery ot HHiodoms, a person endowed with an admirable spirit of prayer; and who, being then sixty-Five years, of age, hud spent sixty-tw o of them in that communi ty, so abstracted from the world, as to be utterly ignorant of the most obvious things in it, as Theo doret relates, who was intimately acquainted with him. Here Simeon much increased ins mortifica tions; for whereas those monks ate but once a day, which was towards night, he, for hrn part, made but one nual a week, w hich was on Sundays These rigours, however, he moderated, at the in terposition of his superior's authority, und Irom that time was more private in Ins mortifications. With this view, judgiug tne rough rope of the well, made of twisted palm tree leaves, a proper instru ment of penance, he tied it close about his naked body, where it remained unknown both to the community aw* his superior, till such time as it having eat into his flesh, what he had privately done was discovered by the stench pro ceeding from the wound. Three days succe6siV" ly his clothes, which clung to it, were to be soften ed with liquid.', to disengage them; and the inci sions of the physician, to cut the conl out of his body, were attended with such anguish and pain, that he lay for some time as dead. On his reco very, the abbot, to prevent the ill consequences such n dangerous singularity might occasion, to the prejudice of uniformity in monastic discipline, dismissed him. After this, he repaired to an hermitage, at the foot of mount Telnescin, or Thclanissa, where tie came to a resolution of ptissing the whole lorty days of Lent ill a total abctinence, after the exam ple of Christ, without either eating or drinking, lldseus, a holy prisat, and abbot ot two hundred monks, who was his director, and to whom he had communicated his design, had left with him ten loaves and water, that lie might eat if he found it necessary. At the expiration of the forty days lie came t<> visit him, and found the luuvis and water untouched, but Simeon stretched out on the ground, almost without any signs of life. Taking a sponge he moistened his lips Willi water, then gave him the blessed Eucharist. Simeon, having recovered a little, rose up, and chewed and swallowed by de. grees a few lettuce leaves, und ether herbs This was his method of keeping Lent during the re mainder of Ins lite; and lie had actually passed twen ty-six. Lents ofier this manner, when Theodoret wrote Ins account ol him ; 111 which nre these other particulurs. that he spent the first pait ol the Lent in praising God standing ; growing weaker, lie continued his prayer sitting ; and townrds the end, finding Ins spirits nlmost quite exhausted, not able to support him elf in any other noiture, ht luy on the ground. However, it is probable, that in his advauced years he admitted some mitigation of this wonderful austerity. When on his pillar, lie kept himself, during this Inst, tied to n pole; but at length wns able to fast the whol^ term, without any support. Many attribute this to the strength ot hi:i constitution, which was naturally very robust, and had been giadually habituated to such nn ex traordinary abstinence It is well known that the hot eastern climates aflord surprising instances of long abstinence among the Indians. A native ot France has, within our memory, fasted the forty days of Lent ulmoet in that manner. But few ex amples occur ot persons fasting upwards of three or six duys, unless prepared and inured by habit. After threp years spent in this hermitage, the saint removed to the top of the same mountain, where, throwing together some loose stones, in the form of a wall, he made for himself an enclosure, but without any roof or shelter to protect him from the inclemencies of the weather; and to confirm his resolution of pursuing this manner ol life, he fastened his right leg to a rock with a ijreat iron chain. Meletiu*, vicar to the patriarch of Antioch, told him,that a firm will, supported by God's grace, was sufficient to make him abide in his solitsry enclosure, without having recourse to any bodily restraint; hereupon the obedient servant ot God sent for a smith, and had his chain knocked of!. The mountain began to be continually thronged, and the retreat his soul so much sighed after, to be interrupted by the multitudes that flocked, even from remote and infidel countries, to receive his benediction ; by which many sick recovered thrir health, Pome w?<re not satisfied unless they also touched him. The saint, to remote these cau.-<? of distrsction, projected torhim?elt a new and un precedented manner ot life. In 123, he erected a pillar six cubitshigh, and on it he dwelt four yeim; on a second, twelve cubits high, ht; lived three years; on a third, twenty-two cubits high, '?n years; and on a fouth, forty cubits high, built tor him by the people, he spent the last twenty ye*ra of his lite. Thus he lived thirty-seven years on pillars, and wat) called Siylites, Irom the Greek word Stylos, which signifitsa pillar. This singu larity wati at first centured by all, as a mark of va nity or extravagance. To make trial of his humi lity, an order was sent him, in the name of the neighboring bishops and abbots, to quit his pillar and new manner of life. The saint, ready to obey the summons, was lor stepping down; which the messenger seeing, said, that as he haa shown a willingness to obey, it was their desire that he might lollow his vocation in God. His pillar ex ceeded not three feet in diameter on the top, which made it impossible for him to lie extended on it; neither would he allow a seat. He only stooped, or leant d, to tnke a little rest, and often in the day bowed his body in prayer. A certain person once reckoned one thousand two hundred and forty-four such reverences ot adoration made by him in one day. He made exhortations to the |>eople twice a day. His garments were the skins of beasts, and he wore an iron collar about his neck. He never ?ufTered any woman to come within the enclosure where his pillar stood. His disciple Antony, men tions, that he prayed most fervently for the soul of his mother after her decease. Nt> Dynipna, V. M. She was the daughter of an Irieh king, and having by vow consecrated herviginity to God, to avoid the snares to which she saw herself exposed at heme, passed to Antwerp and choose her abode at Gheel, a village in Hrabunt, ten leagues from Antwerp. There she served God in retirement and ussiduoun prayer. Hut being at length disco vered und pursued by those who were the enemies o! her chastity, she was murdered by them because she refused to consent to their brutish passion. Her relics were solemnly taken up by the Bishop ot Caiubray on the 15th of May, and are preserved with veneration in a rich shrine at Gheel. She flourished in the seventh century. St. Ocntbrartl, or Uenebtm, martyr, He was a holy Irish priest, who having baptized St. Dympnu in her inlancy, was her attendant in her flight bev nd sea, and was beheaded by her murderers. His relics were translated to Sant beck in the Duchy ot Cleves, where his interces sion is devoutly implored, especially for relief under the gout and iu levers; and blessed rings which bear his name are used. Dr. Wintringham and Dr. Lifter, in their treatises on the, gout, inform us that this disorder rages even amongst laborers in the countries about the Rhine, in Silesia and others where acid wines, such us Rhenish, dec. are much drank. St. Dorothea*, Abbot. He was surnamed the Theban, because a native of Thebes in Egypt. He retired first into a monas tery, but after having learned for some time the exercises of an ascetic life under the most expe rienced masters, he shut himself up in a cavern in a wilderness nine miles from Alexandria, on the road to Nitria. Here he lived in most austere ab stinence and labor. Duiing the greatest part ot the day, even in the most scorching heat of the sun, he picked up and carried stones, and built cells for other hermits; at night he made cords and baskets ol palm-tree leaves, by which he earned six ounces ot brend a day, with a handful of herbs, which was Ins whole subsistence. His watchings were inert dible; nor would he allow himself any indulgence in his old age. When his disciples en treated h mi to allord a little more rest to his en feebled body, his answer was, "This enemy would destroy me; therefore 1 am resolved to be before hand with it, and keep it in subjection." It hap pened that his disciple, Palladius, spying an aspic in the well, durst not drink of the water. But the holy Abbot, making the sign of the cross upon the cup, drauk, and said, "In the presence of the cross oi Christ, the devil loseth his power." This Pal ladius, upon his coming into the wilderness, chose St. Dorotheus, who had then lived an anchoret in the same austere manner sixty years, for his first master. The saint died towards the end of the fourth century, and is honored in the Greek Mentua. The Tay Steamer.?The arbitrators at the Ha vana, in the case of this vessel, when she ran ashore on the Colorado Keel, and ? ai assisted from her perilous position l>y the Spaniih war steamer Congresso, have decided the salvage to be allowed the latter by the Royal Mail Htcam Company shall be at and after the rate ol 16 per cent on the value ol the vessel, and M per cent oa the value of the qulrlts'lver on board?thus, valuing the steamer at say ?70,004), and the 690 flaaka quicksilver nt ? I J,000, the total amount of the salvage to t>e paid, by the above decision, will be ?11,600 sterling.? BuihadotH Globe, Oct. 13. Hohkmii.e Mukdkk ani) Robbery.?The Chili cothe (Ohio) Advertiser gives an account of the robbery ol thu store and murdrr of Mr. Frederick Ed wards, at Boumevillc, on the l!Uh inst. It ia supposed that bcmn time after midnight an entranas into the store room was effected by forcing open the front window shutters and window, whence the assaasin pasted into the room where Mr. F.dwards slept, who could not have nwoko until the entrance Into his bedroom, whan, proba bly, springing up, he encountered his murderer, and re ceivcd his tatal wounds. m. Ml / VoIIk k H AVllr. I'Ackf KK.w-vmnnt HAvKFrra^aS taava New lows, "? Fram .Vein York. New Hh;r ONKIDA. < ftES* _ I J.m?s Knock,} l?l Novembca., iSiiSL. BhlP UTH A, ) iji Hei.trinh*f? ? ---r ?>-Lrtl.rir .asf?? a Tontine Buildinss. SO*. llaJnWDi Ig Na*; ? VV 0- BaratOW.l r*b. I p?c. > The BNOI.AND, JJ D~: ? 714 B?M. }**b. '? ? Apnl ( Tta OXFORD, J No*. 1 Anil it !). fUlhbon*. } March ^ fcg ? TheMONTK./A'MA. * J"- ? 10M "a-'B. 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