Washington Globe, January 12, 1825

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Washington Globe (Newspaper) - January 12, 1825, Washington, District Of Columbia y p. BLiillllt JOQlf C. RlVm ft»rM«i âire IhUNnitiTois. TERMS. per Annum»..... «•kly,....do......... V>•«•••••«do.. 410 00 ...5 00 ...S 30 00 rtoofl Globe,ditrinf the te^on«..! ItM Man a war—' ^ - ___________; ymr m^nth,.......................1 00 •mime^, ..........................0 5o iMNMllptioiui to the Daily forieMthan two, to ^^ 'Ji* tentf^Weekty for lew than frttir, ok to the fot ten than twelve month«, will not be SiAscrihers may diacoulliioe their paper «t ^ «Me by paying for the lime they hare re-DmnA themt M nui wiiAitut. Thorn who tubtcribe for a yew, and do nai •t «me of iiaiMcribing, order a Uiicontlnuaiwe fttHicend of it, will be c<m«id«red •ufmribera iwrtll tfiey or.lcr the paper to be ^ped, and pay aneartge». raici roB Ativr-«TiM»» Twelve line«, or lew, three itwerlions, • • i 1 0«V Rvery aiKUtional insertion,.............'0 25 I.onRer a^lvertiaement« charged in proportion. A liberal di»c»»int mavle to those who advertiae by the year. AUpaymmhxo be made in advance. Those who Mve not an ojiportunit j-of paying other-wi«:, may remit by m«!, at our riak, potia^t paid. ■file Poatmaster's certificate of auch remittance, •hall be « Bufllcient receipt therefor. The notes of any apecie-paying banka<will be received. ifo aitmtion mil be ^ivm to any order, unk»» the mo'tejft or a Pottrmaiii'» eertijieate that it ha» been rmittedt aecoutpanie» it. (^yjiettert to the Editor», dtarg»d with potta^tt uiif not be laken out qf the Putt Office. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. PEOPLE'S LINE OF COJiCHES, lur Wheeling and Pitt$burrh, Via Baltintore and Ohio Bait Road.saBSMSSí njrUIB Public are reapectftiHr informed, JL thia Spleotlid Line of Coackea ia now in that __in awc- cesnful o|>et«tion, living BalUmare dai^ at 7 o'tbckt A. M , running throu^ to WbeeUn;t »nd PlttaburgU in tico day», 60 mUea on the Rait Ho«d. For aeats in this splendid line, apply at the Franklin Coffee Houae, No. <4 Soulh Calvert itreeti at Beltzhoover'a Fountain Inn, Light atreet) also, utthe General Stage Office, next door to Newcomb's Indian Queen Hotel, BalHmore atreet, attdat the Kail Uuad Ticket Office, corner of CliarkrB and Camden streets. J. HORTON, O. £. BEAMAN, Dec 7, 1833. Proprietors. NOTICE TO SOUTHERN TUAVKl^ LERS. TWICE A WEEK. The Steamboats to and fmn Baltimore and Norfolk ' will commence on THUUS-|DAY, the 27th of Novem-^ to run only TWICE A WKEK—leaving Bal-tilBon and Norfclk every MONDAY and THURSDAY mmiting at nine o'cioek, and on and after TtMraday, Ist Janusoy, 1835, tbey will run only OHTCR A WEEK, leaviog Baltimore every TBUBSbAY, Mid Norfolk every MONDAY morn-at nine o'clock. Should the navigation of the iM»|MOO be interrupted by ice, the passengers will l»e landed at Annapolia formerly. The PATRICK HENRY wdl leave Norfolk tve^ Tuesday and Fridav morning for Richmond, hymning on Friday, S8th Novembei*, and return emy Sunday »nd Wednesday. In conaequence of tUsehai^, the Steam-pack> et YIROINIA will leave Nm^lk for Charleston, 8. a, OR FRIDAY, die 38th November, and 13th December. AU baggage and parcels at the risk of the owners. JAMBS FERGUSSON, Agent. Nov. is—dim _ The Steuner COLUMBIA, Captain Jsi. Mitchell, ' haviaif reanmed tier regular between Baltimore iitidtta, will, during .the season, les«« BiMmofi» for the Distxict of Columbia ev^ SATURDAY, st 4 o^clock, P. M., and retnnui^, will leave Washii^ten at 6, and Alez-andruat 7 o'clock, A. M. every WEDNESDAY, forBaltimofe. Passage <8._Sept 17 dtf BAVIS 9L SHOLBS, ^PliOLS^RERS, importersandmanu&ctur era of variottakfaidBof UnoursaT Goons, iVo. 108 Baltimore iirtet, JMimortt Mi. At this establishment, one of the most extend in the United States, ini^ be found every description of Upholstety Goods, of the Intest s^le, and more e^<HaUy a great vari^ Boston Spring Seat Rocldiw CImits, an article celebrated m the middle and aouthem cfties for Hs ease, elegance, comfort, and conveniencet together wHh the London Recumbent; also, the Pidtent Setfacting, reclining, and elevating Chains with springs in the seat and back—a superior «11616 for the tnvslld, or those of sedentary hkbits. D. & S. have made aucit arrangements as will enable them to attteml personally to every command, and guanui^ that orderly from all parts pi the rountr)', intrusted to their care, either for iV terior decorations or the more soM hrinches of the business, shall be ikithfolly and promptly executed. June 7—3ta(Smif ( BY BI.A1U & RIVm 'TBS WoatB IS OOTMSM TM MlW«.' VifU 4...-HO. m CITY OF WA«fHm«TOIV. mei^ DAY, J Amu AR Y 19 IHM. VERY VALUABLE STORES AND WHARVES IN GEORGETOWN. 1AM authoHxed by Wm. H. Barker, Es^ of New York, the proprietor, to disp>^ of, at private ^ic, together or apart,those two very vsl-uable Brick Store Uouses, in Gemgetown, cm the south side of Water street, with the land between the Mune, and the Wharves attached thereto, IVonting upon W^ter street about 149 foet, and extending the aame width to the channel of the river—at present occupied by Messrs. Cnittenden & Edcles. For convenience of situation, thb property is »urp»ssed by none in the placet «md to capiulists, who intend to avail tbcms^ea of the rising prospects of ttve town, its pdsseMion murt be exceedingly desirable. For terma, apply at the office of the subscriber, Bridge street, George-town- W. REDIN. Dec. 31—dlw* C1ENTLBMEN are invhed to examine the w subscribers stock of Superfine Broad Clotlis, Casaimeres, and Yestings. Having a long experience in the business, he promises satisfaction to those who wish prime Clothing made up in the roost faahionable style and at prices unutu-ally hto. One of the best tailors in the country is eirployed, who will make up articles at the shortest notice. Also, A general assortment of British, French, and Domestic Dry Goo<ls, which will be s<^d at the lowe^ prices. HENRY ADDISON, North of Centre Market, Pennsylvania Avene. Nov. 36—3awl0w. ELEGANT CABINET FITUNITURE. C.tairs, Sofus^ Beds^ Mattra8$e$% ^e. [Comer of C and 10th streets. Washing^! and Royal street Alexandra] JAMES GREEN respectfiilly informstlie public, that he has now on hand, and is constantly manuiacturi.ig at hia oiu esmbliriunenta, as above, a general aiid extensive associment of the most modem and durable FURN17T7RE, which he will narantee to be equal to any ever heretofore offered in the Distnet—having been manufactured with tite utmost care of select materiala, and by »uperior workmen -to which he particn-arly solicits the attentioii of those desirous of furnishing tJicmselves with any description of Cabinet FuruUure, as the facilities which he possesses of manufacturing work enables him to execute any order for Furniture, Chairs, Sofas, Beds, Matrasses, &c., with the utmort expedition and upon the most accommodating terms. Furniture, Car> ing, Upholstering, Repairing &c. promptly attended to. Also—mahogony in the log, plank, or veneer constantly for sale. Feb. S-i—tf. J-'me Cut Chgunug Tobaceoy in small paper». LORILLARD'S and Mrs. G. B. Miller's, constantly kept on hand fresh fnma the Manufactory. Also, the very best Cavendi^, from the first houses ia Richmond and Lynchbnrgh, for re-Uil, at the old Snuff, Tobacco, and Fancy Store, between 11th and I2th Streets, Pennsylvania Avenue. L. JOHNSON. ir^RENCH PATENT CHEMICAJ. ULACK-JC INC. Just received, a fcmall consignmentof the above cxceUent article. The manufacturer has in hia possession written certificates from Gen. Larayette, Edward Livh^OQ, RiAert Y. Hayne, and many other weU kiwwn nsmes, bearing testimony to its merits. lté great %uptriorUy in al! reaped» to every other article of the kind, the low price at which it is supplied, and the great cleanliness attending its use, as Well as the neat manner in which it put up for I'ftailing, has induced the advertiser to offer it for sale. Price 12^ cents. Apply at the Waverly CircuUIng Library, im mediately east of Gadriiy's Hotel. Jan. 9. PKNSACOLA ACADEMY. The Trustees of ths Pensacola Aca<lcmy, (West Florida,) are desirous to employ some gentleman to take charge of that instituUun. The applicant must produce sufficient and satisfactory testimony of his ample qualification to take charge of a literal y insiitution. Reference is made to the Hon. Josxph M. Whitk, Delegate in Congress from Florida, R)r full iiifoi-matinnin reference to Pensacola and the Academy. All applicants in Washington City are desired to lay tneir ttstimoiiials before him, and those at other points will address their applications (post-paid) to j. L. CAMERON, PreMdent of the Trustees. By order: En. L. Dbake, Secretary. Nov, 20—2aW6w [Intelligencer.] BANK OF WASHiNGTON, 13th November, 1834. NOTICE is hereby given that this Bank has resumed specie payments, which were suspended ii\ Apnl last. By oriler of the BoanI: JNO. II. REILY, Cashier. Nov. 14—SUwtf. DR. A. PLANTOU, surgeon dentist, from paris. Dr. PLANTOU is the inventor, manufacturer, and first introducer into the United States ot Mineral Teeth, gfenerally known under the name of PORCELAIN TEETH, so fiu- superior to any other materiMi used for artificial teeth. I'hese teeth are not liable tochanj^ color, or decay, nor are they subject to any noxious smell. He p*acea tliem without pain or any incotiveniencc to the pnti»"nt, on gold plate, and gold springs. He also performs, on the most scientific plan, all the operations of his art. His residence w at Mrs. Mountx's, north side of Pennsvlvania Avenue, Washington. Dec. 6—tf FOR 8ALK. A BAROUCHE and a pair of first-rate matched Ponies. The Ilarouche ia in good repair, the Ponies well broke to harness, young, and in fine condition. For terms, apply at tlie Bar of Gadsby's Hotel. They can be seen at the stables attachm to that Dec 1—tf 41 nét^b FOR SALE. TRACT OF LAND cyntuiniiig between 300 and 400 acres, lying on tlie Patiixeiit, in the borhood of Benedict, adapted to the culture of wheat, oom, and tobacco, now occupied by Mr H. Iturroughs. Inquire dtMr. H. G. S. Key, Leo nardstown, St. Mary's county, Md. A Tract of Land containing between 300 and 400 acres, lying on Mattawoman swamp, (known by the name of Fontainville,) in Prince Geor^'s county, Md., adjt^ing the residence of the late Philip Stuart, and Dr. B. I. Scmmes. Inquire ol the subscriber at his residence, or by letter at Pis cntaway. R. H. STUART. Also, Ten Sliares of Stock in the Eastern Branch Bridge Company. R. H. S. June 26—tf MARSHAL'S SALE. jp^ virtue of two writs of/eft/f<¿u, issued from 8200 REWAll»: AN AWAY from the subscriber's farm, on Broad Run, Loudon county, Virginia, on JL the Clerk's office of tfie C^uit Co«^ of the night of the 2l8t ult., TWO NEGRO MEN, District of Columbia, for Washington CQuntv, and called Charles Cook, an<l Joe Cook. Charles is to me directed, I shaft expose to public side, fbr of black complexion, about six feet high, well cash, on Tuesday, the 20th day ot January neint, formed, and likely, and about 22 or 23 years of at 10 o'clock, A. M. before the Court-house dóor age. He may he easily identified by a rémarkable ! of said couii^, all the ri^^t, title, and interest, dT . — ..ri.:---- .. . -----e , I /effer8,in and to the following property. scar on one of his ears. Joe—brother of Charles —is of rather lighter complexion, about the same form and height, of good appearance, but has a catch in his walk, and is supposed to be 25 or 26 years old. Fifty Dollars reward will be given for each, if taken in Maryland, or One Hundred Dollars for each, if taken and secured beyond the limits of Maryland. All reasonable expenses paid, if brought home. J. L. McKENNA. O* Those men were seen, in company will three others who had also absconded, pacing at mid-day on the 25th inst. through Gettysburg, Pa. on their way, it is supposed, to York. Any communication, addressed to Leesburg, will be atten dedto. J. L. McK. July 3—d3teo2wk2awtf CASH FOR 400 NEtiROES, INCLUDING both sexes, from 12 to 25 years of age. Persons having likely servants to dispose of, will find it to their interest to give us a call, as wc will give higher prices, in cash, than sny other purchaser who is now, or may hereafter come into this market. FRANKLIN & AUMFIKLD. Alexandria, Dec. 15,1834 —dswStw VETERINARY SHOEING SHOP, 4 1-2 Street, Washington Ci'y. IHMHE subscriber, in return for the unprece-JL dented patronage which he has received, would consider «¿¿•»//¡p'a/tiucfe no longer a virtue; he therefore publicly and gratefully returns his most sincere thanks to his numerous patrons in the District of Columbia and its vicinity, for tlieir patronage and support. He would lurther infwrm the members of Congress, and other gentlemen visiting the city, who have valuable and fiivorite horses, that he is prepared at all times, with the utmost despatch, to SHOE or oUierwise attend to such horses, as maybe sent to his shop. He will also, w.th prompt tude, attend any gentleman who may wish to consult him, concerning any natural or accidental disease of that noblest of brute creation. He respectfully and earnestly hopes, when it is known and considered that he served 12 years in the flower of the British Cavalry, as Smith and Farrier, on various arduous continental duty, and that he otherwise practised his profession with almost unparalleled success in many cities in Europe, and with what success for years past in this citv, he leaves for his jelloW^tizens to swy, lie will only (without further prolixity,) say that his advice when consulted in Veterinary cases shall be always candid and charges moderate, for he thinks with the old man of Scio, that " Who dares think one thing and another tell, My soul detests him as the ^tesofhell." The public's obeilient servant, M. FOY, Veterinary Surgeon and Horse Shoer and Dec. 34—eo3m_ Smith in g^eneral. MASON'S FARRIER, 6th Edition. GENTLEMAN'S new Pocket Farrier, com-prising a general description of the Horse, together with the quickest and simplest mode of fattening, necessury treatment while undergoing excessive fatigue, or on a journey, the construction and m'ani^emcnt of stables: also, a concise account of the diseases of horses, and such remedies as long experience has proved to be effectua», by Rich'd M. Mason, of Virginis. Thenixth edition with additions, containing also, a prize essay on Mules, annals of the Turf, American Stud Book, &c. Sic , price $1 25. For sale by Jan. 9 P. THOMPSON VIZ. North half part of lot No. seven, (f) in square No. two hundred and fifly-six, (256,) in the Cily of Washington, twrtity-two feet seven and s half inches fron^ and seventy-two feet six inches deep, witli the improvementa thereon—^being one two-story Brick House, and Other out buildings—seized and taken ns the property of the said Mattliias Jeffers—sold to satisfy an execution in.ftvor of Richard I'eters; also, one othet; execution in favor of George Johnson. ALEXANDER HUNTER, Marslial. Dec. 27—dts NOTICE. WILL be sold, at the Prison of Washington County, D strict of Columbia, on Thursday, 22d January, 1835, a negro giri, coiamitted as a runaway, who cUls harself JANE D^^I*' She is a bright mulatto, about 4 feet 8 and alialf inches higit; is about 21 ^ears of age« had on, whe,i committed, a blue calico dress. She says she is free, and lives in AlexaiMria, D. C. She has a scar on the breast, occasioned by a bum. The owner or owners of the above-described negro girl, are hereby requested to come forward, prove her, and take her away, or she will be sold for her prison and other expenses, as the law direct*. Sale to take place at 10 o'clock ROB'T BALL, Keeper of tlie Prison of Washington, D. C. For ALEX'R HUNTER, M. D. C. Dec 23—lawts GREAT BARGAINS IN BOOKS. George TEMPI.EMAN, opposite FuUer's Hotel, has on hand a large collection of Rooki. which he will sell at very reduced prices. Grntlemen desirous of obtaining scarce and valuable bookK, are respectfully invited to call and they will not be disappointed in getting great bar-gAins. Among the books are—East's Reports, in 16 vols., law binding, $2 per vol.; Bees' Admiralty Reports, 8vo., law binding, $1.50t Wentworth's System of Pleading, 10 vols., full low, $1.50 per vol. Dallas' Reports, 4 vols., Uw binding, at $2.50 per vol.; Cliase's Trial, in 2 vols., law binding, at $1.50 per vol., ^ bound at $1.25 per vol., or in boards al $1 per vul. The'managers in this Trial were Messrs. J. Randolph, Rodney, Nicholson, Boyle, Earley, G. W. Campbell, and ClMke.— Counsel for Judge Chase, Mean«. Harper, Luther Martin, Hopkinson—-a Trial conducted by such men must surely contain much interesting matter for the Lawyer and Statesman—^tlie Speeches alone are worth the money. The subscriber solicits the patronage of a liberal public, having been at conriderable trouble and expense in collecting such Books, Documents, Jour-nals. Political Register», Files of Newspapers, as are useful to State Libraries, Statesmen, and to all persons coming to this City, for the purpose of prosecuting claims, for Spoliaticms, Patents, Boun-t) Lands, Pensions, &c. Dec. 20. GEORGE TE.\IPLEMAN. T For SALE.—A handsome Carria^ and well broke pair of Horses. Inquire at the Globe Office. Dec. 16—luwtf w COURSE OF PRACTICAL ANATOMY, HV THOMAS MILLEK, M. U. ILL commence on the 10th instant at 6 o'clock, p. in. and terminate on the 1st «f March, 1835. Students of medicine and others who desire to attend this course, will oblige Dr. Miller by meeting him at his rooms on 10th street on the above ¿ly and hour. Fee for tlie course, $10. Nov. 7—dtMl. [Telegraph.] POLITICAL ECONOMY, &c. â Statement of some new principles of the subject of Political Economy, exposing the âesoftbe system of Fi^e Trade, and of some other doctrines maintained in the "Wealth of Natiws:" by John Rea. Price $2 25. The 4th and 5th Volumes of the Writings ol Washington, with a Life, Notes, i nd Illustrations, by Jared Sparks. Price #3 per vol. Just received by Jan. 3. PISHEY THOMPSON. PIANO FORTES. mjET FISCHER offers for sale five new and ^fw • handiiome Piano Fortes, manufactured by Chkkenng, of Boston, and Swift, of Philadelphia, which, for neatness of workmanship, and richness of tune, cannot be surpassed. Members of Congress and others wirtiing to purchase, majr rely with confidence on their beiw first rate mstra-ment^ and at a less price than they can be obtained for direct from the manufacturers. EDWARD OWEN, Mbrohant TAILOR, (Seven Building»t) RESPECTFULLY informs tlie ciUsens of Washington, Geoi|;etown, Alexandria, and tlieir vicinity, ttiat he has laid in a larn assort ment of Fasliionable Fall and Winter Goods, which he has selected from the several respective import ing and other establishments in New Ywk and Philadelphia. He has likewise made arraitfemenU in London, by wtdch he wilt receive the Fashions regularly every month, aiMl many other advanta ges eon%uous with his trade. E. O. solicits an inspection of his goods, by which he hopes to re oeive a share of their patronage. Re returns his nncere thanks to his old friends for their past favors, in which he flatters himsell he Ims exercised all indefatlgability to pleasej and in which they may depend on his exerting to all the future orders tliat they may be pleased to favor bim with. N. B. Naval and Military Uniforms, Fancy Costumes, Riding HabiU and Pelisses, and ever othe-er article connected with the varioua branches of his trade, executed in the best stvle and workmanship. Nov. IS—3uw3m. K.REOSOTR. KREOSOTE, a new and powerftil styptic, and a vahiable remedy for destroying caries, anestinf mortification, kc. For sale by DcT». TODD it CO. Mrs. ELIZABETH W. STROTHER, hav-ing removed to a large and commodisM house (on ISth-street, near the Pennsylvanm Ave. nue, and in the immediate vicini^ of th'e Globe Office,) comainiiig twenty rooms, including h& \ 1 some parlours, would he jHatl to accommodate, m. hbsral terma, Membera ^Congress, Clerks, and other geotiemen. Two Stablea and Carriage Houses on the premises. Nov. 27-dtf I^EW YEAR'S PEESENTS^Thc subscri J^ ber has on hand, a great variety of. Fanmr Toys, Sic., su<^ ss are usuaOy soight d-ter for Christmas and New Year's Presents. La» dies or Gentlemen virribing to proeur« arttcles for JtJM, oustoiuary and seasonabl« purpose, are refDMtfuUy request to ttB, befne purchsÌKn|^ atl»« old est^MMd Snun, Tobacco, and Fancy Stec^ between lltli.aBd 19ih streets, Pannqrlvn-nia Avenue. LBW19 JOHNSON. ^feEPSAKE fwimt^jm^^klUbmA^Thm laí- TîBoiipsœi. CHAMPAGNE CLUB, Tío. V.—This morning wiU be published, from the Waverly Circulating Library, immediately east of Gadsby's Hotel. wlSre, by favor of Mr. TAYLOR, sub-scriptions wiU be received, the Champagne Chib, No. 5, a Chronicle and Critic of MiUtary ^ Fa^ ionable Events and Things, and Cfbnuiâi Record of Literary Misdoings. Published week!/, dunng the session of Gongte«, by s Chib of "bored gentlemen." J««« CHILDREN'S ROOKS. HE subscribers have for sal^', a large assortment of Children's Toy Books, English and American editions, from 1 cent to $1. MACKENZIE fc HARTWIG, Dec. 24. 13 st. and Pennsylvania Avenue, FOR SALE. An excell^ well built family Carriage, very little WOTn, and now to be disposed of onl) because the owner has no further use for it. It is in perfect condition, and well suited for a private family—or a public Hack. It is now deposited at the carriage establishment of the subscriber, where it may be examined. ALLISON NAILORj Opposite the Globe Office. Dec. 25—d4 SCHUYLKILL COAL. SEVENTY TONS best Schuylkill Coal, landing this day from the Schooner United SUtes, at Bradley's Wharf, a part of which is H9t engag-^ and will be sold low, if taken from the Whar>'. ji/w, on hand— 700 conls difFercnt kinds of Woo<l. 3000 bushels Grate and Smith's Coals. Just received, and will be sold low. WALTER WAUpER 8c CO. Dec 22—eo3t 12tli St. near the Canal. WINTER LAMP OIL. ^ Casks Winter Lamp Oil, warranted to stand any weather to which our climate is subject, day received for sate at CALLAN'S Drug Stores, corner of E and 7th streets, and Penn. Avenue, east of Gadsby's Hotel. Dec. 24. CASH FOR 200 NEGROES. WE will give cash for two hundred likely young Negro^ of both sexes, familivs included. Persons wishing to dispose of their shives, will do well to give us a call, as we will give higher prices in Curfi than aiw other purchasers who are now, or may buretfter come into this market. All communications will meet attention We can, at all times, be found at our residence on 7th Street, immediately South of the Centre Mar ket House, Washii^on, D. C. JOSEPH W. NEAL & Co. Sept. 13—eodtf._ HE ATTORNEY'S POCKET BOOK, for 1835? just published and for sale by F. TAYLOR. The Attorney's Almanac, pocket, and memotan-dtim book, for 1835. Also, the gentleman's do., and lady's do., bound indiflTerent styles, some of which are beautifully got up in gilt embossed and fancy colored binding, suitable fof Christmas and New Year's Dec. 30. Gifts. ON THB OFFICE AND DUTIES OF SHERIFFS—This day published and fbr sale by F. TAYLOR, the Nineteenth Number of the Law Library for 1835, which contains a Practical Treatise, by Wm. Hennr Wat>on, Esquire, of Lincoln's Inn, on the Law relating to the Office and Duty of Sheiifis, comprising the whola of the Duties, Remuneration, aínd Liabilities of Sheriffs. The copy of the work from which this copy was reprinted, cost the publidier seven dollars and fifty iceiita. It will be furnished in s complete s«nd perfect form in two numbers of the Law Library of which the cost (to subscribers) is 83 cents per number. 1'hc present number being the commencement oí a new volume, offers a favorable period for subscribing to this popular work. The Law Library is publirtied in monthly nundiers for Ten Dolían per annum, and reprints for that sum, an amount of new works annually on legal subjects, which would cost the purchaser, if bought in the usual law boek form, not less thanmxty dc^rs. The facility with which it can be transmited by mail is another great item in iu favor. It will be forwarded safely to any part of the United States, if application is made to F. TAYLOR, Bookseller, immediately East of Gadsby's Hotel. Jan. 1. OYSPI^PSI A CURABLE BY GALVANIC ELBC I'RICn Y. V^YSPEPSIA—sccqnipamed by constipation, mW '^^rtigo, painful sensations in tlie haul and eyes, flatulence or wind, unnatural distemtoii of the abdomen or stomach, Httended with hardness, tome of the affedion» of thi^ liver and spine—and in »omteate» mfllcul^ iii breathing, faUtog of the womb, diseases of the vagina and hamorhoids, or piles—Ites been removed, tcmther with these consequent or concomitsnt aftcciiona, aokfy by the aid of appropriate apparatus, recently constructed by the underrigned for the excitation of Galvanic Electricity in the system. Instruments suitable for this purpose are so snaall and compact, that they may be carried in the pocket { and so mild in their operation, and so simple in their construction, that children can use them as well ss adults: and in many cases of disease, they may be used simultaneously with other remedies. The ratio of cure and alleviation of that form of Dyspepsia which is attended with constipation, &c., has been from this remedy alone—(medicine by way of the mouth and stomach entirely discontinued,) tliree to four in every five cases, as far as known to the inventor of the Galvanic Apparatus. Instruments, with directions for their proper application, and other information relative to the beneficial effects derivable from this first of curative means, may be obtained ol E. H. St C. H. JAMES, of Washington, O. M. LINrHICl'M, of Georgetown, J. D. VOWEL, of Alexandria, Agents for DANIEL HARRINGTON, Patentee, S, E. comer of Arch and 6th Sts., Philadelphia. Rtfvenets.—T. P. Joxsa, and J. S. GusnrsLt, Washington City. The following certificfctt'c of cure and relief, are a few of the whole number that have been given, and t'lat might be obtained from sources of the first respectability. The Galvanic Apparatus, invented by Daniel Harrington, of this city, fjr the cure of diseases, is familiarly known to us By its aid, under Providence, we have been enabled to exchange annoying diseases for comfortable health. Dyspepsia, accompanied by constipaiion, that in our eases had resisted other remedies fur yei^rs, soon yielded to this novel mode of cure, and in the course of a few weeks, our expectations were more Uian realized. Judging from our own experience, we are of opinion that this useful apparatus will be found innocent, where it may not prove more o^ less eificacioua, and tliat it m»y be safely intrusted to any hands. With us, its application has not been attended with any {>a nful inconvenience at all) nor did we find it necessary to observe, for the time being, any rigid restrictions touching diet That there are many thousands of suffering Invalids in this country, who could as readily exchangee disease fbr health, by this rew mode of cure, as we have been erwbled to do, we cannot for a moment doubt. JOHN S. RIDDLE, ELIAKIM LITTELL, JOHN JEMISON. Philadelphia. Being myself afflicted wiih the inconveiuence and (tisease incident to a confined state of the bowels, I was induced to use Mr. Harrington's Galvanic Apparatus, from which I have found the most effectual relief. I tlierefore chcerfully recommend it to all persons laboring under similar aifec-tions. WM. T. BRANTLY. Philadelphia. ■ —' We have been usmg the Galvanic Instruments, invent- d by Mr. Daniel Harrington, of thb city, for a disordered condition of the digestive organs» of long standing, accompanied by obstinate constipation, a connised state of die head, and by general debility; and we have experiencetl that degree of relief that has enabled us to relinquish medicine by way of ihe mouth, finding the new remedy preferable, and we belie re that by its aid we are gradually gaining health and strength, which was not the case previous to our using it. The application has involveil neither pain nor risk with us. SAMUEL A. MITCHELL, JOSEPH WALRAVEN. Philadelphia—Dec 24—dim that LAUREL HILL COLLEGE. The public are j^spectfUlly inform^ StudenU will be received into this institution on the 1st of January next. T^he, Collect- is situated on the R'dge Road, about four miiM north of the city of Philadelphia, and not (kr iVom the Girard CoUei^. It cotr-nttnds a beautiful, varied, and romáhtic view of the Schuylkill river, nearlv as far ss the celebrat-ed Water.wm4cs on one irfde, and the Schuylkill Falls Éod the neighbwhood of Minayunk on the other. The College buildinn are sameientfy spacious to accommodate, comfortably, one hundred and fifty students. The beauty end salubrity of the situation are not surpassed by any in the Union, or perhaps in Eunme. It has been testified by those who rerided in the edifice ijnce its erection, as wcU as by tlie a^jscent residents, that no case of bilious fever, ague, or influenza, ever occurred in the mansion on LaurelHilL Its high elevation, being one hundred and fifty feet above the surface of toe river^ and at the ¡»ro* per distance fr^ it, rendirs it ent-refy iiiacc«MÍ-i}le to miasmata^( an extensive and weíl cultivated garden, furnishing an abun;tant supply of the most wholesome vegetables c^ every description, the exc<*llence of the water, the jp^t variety of the most plnsing shade and ^rubS«^ around the College, unite a'd the advantages which the most iplEYLON OIL, for the pr»ervation and growth of the Hair.—This beautiful animal Oil restores Hair upon Bald Heads, fastens and nourishes the roots, which prevents it from falling out, removes all dandruff and eruptions fhim the hea<I, at the same time causes the hsiir to curl, imparting to it a beautifbl lustre. For sale by J. F. CALL AN, Washington. Dec. 12. « Musical and fancy work boxes. —W. FISCHER would respectfufly mention that he recently purchased when at n. York, a vety large assortment of Musical and other Work Boxe^ richly furnished. AI*Of * great va riety of phiin Work Boxes, Toilet Boxes, Glass Toilet Jars, Opaque Glass Boxes, richly ornamented, witli many ouer handsome articles suitable for Christmas presents. Dec. 13. COAL. TONS first quality Anthrac'te Coal, _ now landing at Davidson's Wharf, and iüé srfd unusually low, if applied for soon to JOHN COBURN, Agent, Comer of 17th Street and Penn. Avenue. Also, a small lot of very superior fresh VENISON, dh>ecs from the Allegheny mountains. Dec. 33—3t* SILATBS! SKATIfiSI fi^HE subscriber h» for sale 900 pairs ^t X Wigh Dutch end Eng^ Skatei^ at Iw prices, tki immediate applicarioa at the old Sm^, Tobacco, and Fancy Store, between lltii and 13th streets, Penniylvanla Avenite. LEWIS JOHNSON. P. 8. Very superior yellow leaf Chewing To-baoco, and real Havana Cigars, by wholo^ » retail, as sbove. Jan#10 VVORY PLAYING CARDS. Just received, per schooner Virnn'i«, C«riMn's Patent Ivwy Cards, f^fmmr to any other* onde or s(M in «he Umled Sitate«. Foraek only br Jan HO. TeL W. nlGW. BROOKVILLE ACADEMY. Fie Trustees, urged by the liberal patronage this institution has received under the government of the present Prinôpal, N. C. Brooks, A. M., have enUrged the Academy, so as toac-connnodete 100 pupils. Thi* Academy ia located 14 miles north of the District of Columbia, in thé midst of a most moral c<Mnrauoity, aitdin the centre of a square of nine miles in which the sale of Spirituous Liquors is prohH>ited by »special act of the Legudature, and where eiieient means ate succsssftilly adopted to pr^rve the mor»ls of the pnpils, and prevent the distmction ^attention so unfriendly to the proper educsition of youth. TIm number of Boardimg Pupils from a (Us. tMçe now exeeeda fiAy, And several more are engaged. Price of Boiod and Tuition of the Ancient Languages, Mathematics, fnd English, $30 per quarter. The Modern Languages are $6 per<|tt«rter extra. For farther information, reference may be made, in Mfubiogkoof to Jas. I^mir», G. S. fanamiab, orF. p. B&A». H. HOWARD, Pres't B. T. Nor. 34—lawôw CHALLENGE BLACKING__Just received a large auanti^ of tht above unequ^le<l and mimitab e Challenge Blacking. Hie Manufacturer cBAUxiisES THE Uviov to producc an article to equal this in sny of the requisite quidities of such a compwiition. It will be found deetdedly »%tpemr to any thing of the kind ever offered tp the American public. It is an ej^edual pretervative of the Leather, and affords, with infinitelv less than the usual labor, a dry, ¡anting, and briUiant jet bbuk poUth. The decided preference shown by all who have used ii is a sufficient pro'if of its neat superiority. A single trial will convince the most acruptdous, and prove its superlative nature. Merchants, Tavern Keepers, %nd others, supplied at the manufacturer's price, by his special appointed sgent, W. FISCHER. Nov. 29-rlm. NEW NOVELS, &c. STEPHEN MORELAND, a novel, m two vols. Self Control, a novel, in 2 vols , by Mary Brun-ton; from 2d London e^on. Francis Berrian, or the Mexican Patriot, by Tnnothy Flint; 2d edition—price, 1 25. Mrs. L. H. Sigoumey's Poems, in one vol, 12mo. Classical Letter Write^, consisting of epistolaiy selections, designed to improve jroung'lsdies and gentlemen ui the art of letter writing, with introductory rules and observations on EpistdUty Composition. For sale by PISREY THOMOSON. OTTO SEALS, ENGLISH ^D GER. MAN POUT FOUOS, FRENCH WATCH PAPERS, BRONZE INKSTANDS, &c—A ftipoly of the above artidea just received and for sale by F. TAYLOR» et the Waveily Cir-culating Libraiy, iinitte&tely east of Gadsby's Hotel. Deo»». Russia bound books.—The si4>aeriber I would reipaetfiiny call the «ttentìbn of merchants snd others to b» ssaortmetrt of Blank Ledgers, Day, Invoice, and Side Book% lUU binding in Russia leather ilid in ealf skin. Th^ are the; neatest and beti boilnd books, and certainly by far the thee^pegt that has ever before been, or that can be hereafter purchased in the DisUict To be bad at the wholesale and retvl Stajlioiuay and Mtisic Store of W. FlBCIlES. Dec 31 (TeL) British Jinnual Register., Niles^s Weekly Begister, Journals of Congresi, ^ Reviews. George TEMPLEMAN, opposite Fuller's American Hotel, Pennsylvania Avenue, has for side— Dodsley's British Annual ftegister, from 1758 to 1804, and Index, in 47 volumes. Niles's Weekly Reg^er, 41 volumes. All the Journals of Congress from 1774 to 1834. Gales and Seaton's Register of Debates, from 1824 to 1833; 8 volumes, in 13 parts. Walsh's Museum of Foreign Literature, the first 19 volumes. Sillinttn's Journal Arts and Sciences, the first 16 volumes. Reese's Cydopcedia, in boards. North American Review. Peters^s Supreme Court Reports, 7 volumes. Dallas's Reports, 4 volumes. Indian Laws and Treaties. East's Reports, 16 volumes. Laws of the United States, in 7 volumes. I'ogether with a considerable collection of rare and scarce Books, which will be sold at very re* duced prices.__Dec. 8 Writing and Printing Papers^ QuiUs, ^c. ril W. PAIRO & SON have received— , Robeson's sup. Vellum, Water, and faint lined 4to Post, T. Amies and Schuylkill, faint lined 4to Post, do do assorted colors, Common and sup. fiunt-lined,and other Cap, Bonnet Boards, common and superfine. Medium Blotting Paper, Medium printing, common to superfine. Imperial do . Commonimd strong Wrapper," Real Dutch Quills, and Sealing Wix of very su perior quality. Waidiingtoi^Pen . Avenue, nearQdi street. Dec25—2t PHILADELPHIAŒYPa yOTJïTDRT. Th« mt$nìbm» (jmnmion to 1fr. aiCBAkO SOIUUMON) iwpwl. Mir (Im MtlM to Ik* rriMwi of tb« DaKdl suim, Oi»! iIm; Ii*«*Md« ««■iw^ »MW— uri iB^vMMati to thiir tm^àrj, imi an tow pn-pu«l tolWMlb «tdm (or wn imtii»am m4 lui^r «f tn», hm PwritoSOilMtru*. T1»yb^T*th*(mMUIy<iriMrtrp««mka iMXto b«ul«art«|Mltolk>iiamaaTMlMrS>a4Trlatel7idM« SOI«, ud th«r traft ttat thair at«M*« iHattMat, urf «te fnal nra wMh wUcklb»r wm«ptk* foulHirfll «atttt* (ktatoaihanaf HirMnc*. PRUfTIN<¿ MATERIAIJS ttWMty Vitt hak^pt MMtMttlr M kaa4i MMh M Priatii« M,OnM, CBtonilH Stich», SnwM*« mmmm ealtoy*,ChMM, Im rodHStoM^rarwia« Fnm SMnU,SlM<ta«AHiw,BtM*Bato.M a«., «SM wio b. »M at Ik. lo»«t priML T>»y hm Mil iriaainali toMll,al ■aaaftiHiiiii' kW««, 9t(nt(nB 9tt«ses 0( »nrf S««ettHi»« ; fMlinürir tboM «kcdtat «ai anck apata«»« pttoM, Um WMkii«toa, im»M bjr kIr.aaM, ^ riMklia, kmatoá^ bjr Mr. Saútb, bMfc •( wUck lh»r «n imS4«Mlr a^ «Ol k« MfflM Ibr «Mtt» hraWwd b; tktir Stereotypiag or Saafei, Cab, naak»,BuA CkMki, k«. ftc. Win k» canMIr altoiM ML ---------«.^j»- .,1 icnuMfim)! .«MUI, «I naMbIMa, aMMN*» < S ^ «MI. ^p CMS. OK lyya naaivai ta a«kaa|a, at S «h rar I b. Mnsui a sMia, rhn«4airkfai,Jaaa,iSM. % lta.SOac>ficiHal na aawiaaiy, aai w« ke nnraüaä to ew wkaaiWh ferlk«»-ffbr bM«r. «MMaaaU. TO TBACH8R8. TSB TnuAeesof dlie Schodl at Luny, Page county Va., wish to employ a Teacher fbr the year 1805- It ie necesssvy that the pen6n to be eiMkved, should produce satidAectory^ tesQn^ nUs M Ws cla^l attainments, stzkt mmmy, and of Ids having some experience'leader. An iifidividusl thtis traalified will be Hberalty coin, pensated, by a specifie sam in omL A^tito scho-hM nnder his csre wfll probi^ not eipeed twenty. The situttion win cer«|dt|Iy^i>e a vety desirable one, to any penon pnmer|f queBfied to discharge its duties. It is des^k tlmt the School should commence as soon sftw new yetf as possible; persons, therefore, wMung to obtidn the situation, will make immedinte apfdieatien to the subs«rher. K. W TAQBR, Treamier Boerd oTThisteee. scrupulous attention to health can require. The ground attached to the Collef^ contains tliirty'three and a half ac-es, and is laid off* with most beautiful walks and play grounds fbr the recreation of the students. It is the intention of the President and his fhends to apply to the Legislature, during the next session, for an act of in corporation, so as to empower the imtitution to hold public Commencements, and to admit iis students to any degree in anj" of the faculties, arts, and sciences, and liberal profesrions, usually permitted to be conferrf d in other Colleges. The course of instruction will embrace the Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Eaglish, French, Spanish, Hnd German languages; Elocution, Poetry, Rhetoric, Logic, Metaphysics, Natural and litoral Philosophy, Chemistiy, Mathematics in jrencrdl. Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Geography, History, Astronomy, &c. Gentlemen of high attainments and long experience in the instruction of youth, will teach the different branches. A cour»e of Lectures on Belles Lettre«,Natural and Mcml PÙlosophy, Chemistry, and various other scientific subjects, will be deljvered at the College by gentlemen from Philadelphia, of the most distinguished chafkcters in these departments of science. Young gentlemen from the city and its vicinity, will be admitted to these Lectures by paying the usual fees. Of the time and subject of these Lectures, the' names of the Lecturers, and tlie terms of admission, due notice will be given in the public papers. Nothing will be omitted to excite in the scholars a vivid'emulation and laudable ambition, both for mental improvement and moral excellence. To accomplish this object, the Professor will take notes, during the hours of recitation, of the application, conduct, 8cc., of the students under their charge—and the» notes will be resd once a month bemre the President, Professors, and Students. An impart'ud report of the application^ profi ciency, conduct, &c , of each student, will be sent semi-annuall|r to his parents or guardian. Two public examinations will be held annually, to which all interested in the education of youth will be invited. At the close of the second exandnation, premiums W'll be awarded to such as shall have distinguished themselves in their respective classes, and their ^mes, standing, &c., shall appear in (at least) two of the papers of the city. It will tend much to the proper direction of the pupils, could the parents state the length of time they mean to leave the children in the Collegei and i^lso, if possible, the department in life for which tliey would wish them to be mòre partku' larly prenare-l. Special attention shall be paid to the instruction «)f Cktliülic pu¡jiU ill the duties of t icir religion; a id it will be expected ind required thst they practise them; but scholars of ad denominations will be admitted, and no interference, directly or indirectly, made with their religious principles. For the sake of order and uiüformity, they may be required to attend with their companions, in the College Chapel, during morning and evening prayers, snd divme service on Sundays. Every attention shall be pud to the morals, manners, h^th, and comfort the pupils. A skilful physician (.the Professor of Chemistty, ) will either reside in the College, or, when necessary, virit it. A respectable and experienced Matron will have the supMìntendence of the wardrtriic and refectory. No student will be admitted under the age of seven, nor sbove that of fiñeen years, unless for spec'ud reasons, and on no account unless he bears a good moral character. No student will be admitted for a shorter term than rix months, and no reductioh made for vacation or for absence, unless in case of stdkness. The vacation will commence on the 1st of July, and end on the 15th of August, during which time, parents will be at liberty to leave their cbil dren at the CQllege. TERMS. Board and Tuition, payable half yearly in advance, #150 00 Extra charge for French, - - • 20 00 Spanish, - - 30 00 Drawing, - 2á 00 Music, Vocal and instru- ^ mentkl, - • 40 00 Use of Piaiio^ - . 8 00 Pens and Ink, - - 5 00 Stationary, books, &c., at the current prices. Washing, mending, and attemLince in sickness, will be extra expenses, to which parents, rending in the cij^, can attend themselves. The college terms will be Washing per anmim, • ||15 00 Mending, - - - - 5 00 Doctors* Fees, - - - 8 00 Medicine at the Ap<^eca^'s prices. Pocket money, 12J cents, or at most, 25 cents per week, which must be deposited in the hands of the Clerk of the College. Every student must be supplied, at hisentrsnce, wit]R^ cot, a mattress, a pillow, two pairs (^sheets, four blankets, a counterpMCk (white will be preferred,) at least six shirts,stx pocket handkerchiel^ four pairs of stockings, two stocks, two nairs of boots or shoes, a black fur hat, a cap, a cloidc or over-coat for winter, a knifè, fork, spoon, tOQ-bier, combs, brushes, and six towek. He must also bave one suit of clothes as a uoìform, to be worn on public occasions, whi^ will be a blue body-coat, with gilt buttons, and pentaloom of the ssme cloth and cdor, for winter, and white pen-taloons for summer. He mustié have two siUts for daily wenr, for which no particular _^color is presoribed. The «tu* dents w 11 be required to write to their parenti once a month, but all letters seat to orieeenred by them, unless they be to or from their paveats or guar^ns, will be subject the in^^ctiont/tte Prendente and as boys are sometimes lUspleased and cothplún without cause, it, is expected that parents, in all such casei^ will iprite imme^ately to the Preudent, that the cwue of thdr di^lea»-ure (should àny be somKised to exnt) tmy he made known to Iuiil thM it oiajr be examined mto, and if justly grouadedi h^^yeedify removed. Alt comiflunidlti<;Mis respecting this institution, addressed (free rf postage) to the Rev. , JiantuK Ksut, laurel Hill (^oD«^ near Philadelphia, Pennsyhwùa, will receive inunediate atteatfon. LrnirelJmC^, Ihsèt^ 334 1834. N. B. No visiters will be received at the college at any tjn^ unless fimúshed tickets of id* H&ue •ALK. SÍY ef« Ileoree of the Court «fChance-|i7arM«7lkni» «»eaiibeeiibers as Trustees ofTer at Publio Sale ta àie highest bidder, on -^uradi^» tbe ^ day of Wtbtmry next, if fair, ifhot,tlieaestfiardsjrtherMlWr^atl3</el«ck, M. '»o tha premlMs, CUILLVM OAtTi.E MANOR, I site the residence of W il Kan Dudley Diggs, doe^psed, and now in possession of Ids widow Mrs. NMsh ThM manor lies advent to the roil«» «rBladensburg, hi Prince George's Cooaty, «nd «ontaiiis upwatds of Ibor thousand Acres of Ule nreMer part of which i< sufcc p. tibie of the higheiM unprovement. From its vicinity to the City of W^shingtan, and other natural advimtages, it deserves the atten'ion of purchasers, It will be sold en^ or in parcels to suK purclias-ers. The terras of ^e at« that one third of the purchase money shall ho paid hi three •onth", and (he residue in nine ttiontha froas the day of sale, tlie purchaser giving bonds with good security to the Trustees for tfii payment af the purchase money, with the interest fhmithe day of sale. JOHN JOHNSON. > w. , THOS, S. ALEXANDER, S Jan. 8—ts BALTIMORK HOUSE. ''■IHIS celebrated Hotel, (known as the IN-JL DIAN QUEEN,) b now opened by the under^^ned. The Rouse has been remoddled and put in elegant order; a new addition of more than tOUy rooms, indodhir a superior dining room, spaciens and beauti^l Saloon, a Ladies' OrdiiMUPjr, and splendid Drawing Room attached, an<t several de^tftil PaHors, situate on and emnnttnding a view of the most fkshionable thoroughfare of the eity. The House and furniture is. acknowledged tp be superior to what it ever has beeni and the Proprietor ple<lges himself to the public, to use his best exertions to pve a eorrespofiding improvement to all that is esMntial to the comfbrt imd plea pleasure of those who win honor tlie Hottse witfi their company. JOHN W. KING. Jan. 1—3aw3w TWRNTY DOLLARS RKWARD. The above reward will be given for the apprehension "f Samuel Dakin, who Irft my house th'e morning, af^er having robbed my drawer of #42 in silver a pair of smidl gold Spectacles, anti a wlver SnufF Box, marked M. c. on tlie lid, with several articles of Jewelry, &c. He took from my sUble a small Sorrel Horse, about fourteen hsnds high, six years oKI, large black face, hog mane, an<l square tail. Dakin is a nitive of ■ Engianil, and is twenty-five or twenty-^ j ears of a^, stout marie, and about five feet ten inches high. He wore a large brimmed hat and Quaker coat of blue broa<l cloth. Jan.7—eo3t J03EPH BEARDSLEY. HAIR CUT fN all its beauties, and die Itead treated in the most comfortable and safe manner, by L . SIIKP PERD, at his office, next door to Mr. FuUer's Hotel, Pennsylvania Avenue. Shaving done in the best manner, and Raxors set well, at the shortest notice. No bur cut on Sundays. THOMPSON, at the old sUnd, on Penn If a qrlrania Avenue, has on hand a few copies of those beautifbl works, Ri^eis's Itiriy and Roger's Poems, in handsome calf binding, with gilt edges^also« Books for Presents* T. P. has the largest assortment, south of Philadelphia, of books suitable for Presents, the handbomest editions, and done up In very splendid binding, which he will sell at the veiy lowest prices; amongst which are BU>les and Pia^r-books, of all sixes and every va-riety of blncBng—AlboB^ fcc., fcc._ To ali ^gent§for Land Ctaims, Pensions^ ifpoliationi, 4rc. GEORGE TEMPLEMAN, opposite Fuller's Hotel, Pennsylvania Avenue, lus for sale all Journals of Congress flrom 1774 to 1834—Con-gresrional Documents from 1805 to 1834—all Documents relating to Spoliations on our Commerce—Land Claims—Pensions, &o. Together with acoUection of valuabla books on rarious Mib. jects, at Teyy low ratea._ Jan. 9PENSION FRANCAISB ET AN-6LAISB. MISS HOUEL announces that her Young Ladies* French and English Boarding and Day School, on F street, four do< s from the Bank Metropolis, wlU have a vaca ;>'n until Monday the 5th of January, and that parents and guardians who may woh to place young Udies under her care, vill then have an oppmiunity of doing so advantageously, on account of the recomme ncement of the classes in a regular course of btudies. Miss lIOMcl tenders her unfeigned thanks fur the Bberal supp^ she has recm^d. She hopes to merit its continuance by renewed exertions to sustain her institutifm in ml the cWacterii;tics of a good school. Her patrons are satisfied,, she believes, of the great advantages she offers towards the attainment of a knofrledge of the French Language. She has placed the Enf^^ Departmeni under the su-perintendenoe of Miss Woob, a young lady of superior attainmeata in all the branches of study; and confidently trusts to continue to exhibit clearly, that the utmost practicable adyancement may be made in the studies conneeted with both lan-giiagea, wluUt an economy ^ time and money is produced by the mode in which they are pursued.TBRMS Per quarter, for boardem»! with tuition in the French and English Language f40. Per quarter, for day schoSars, from $6 to $15, cordoig to ages and studies—both languages be-ing.tmi^t in evety case. Charge* lior Mu«o, Drawing, uid Dancing, by ProfeSsort of tbe first character, at the usual prices. Satisfjactory references will be given on appUca-tion. Jan. S.—d&swtf BY EDW. OTER, Aüctionmr. I^TOCK of Stttíonaij^, Blank Booki^ Books, En-^ gwivingi^ 8(C —Oo Friday evening, the 9th inst. at candle li^^t, I aball sell at the Store of Mr. J. B. Palm«', a lew doors east (^Gadsby's Hotel, all his stock in trade» consisUng of vix. Russia Qnill^ Dutch do., fine hhie Wrqjping Paper, Medium, Cap, and Ruled Paper, Maps Uiuted sutes, Blank Bo<^ a great variety of Books and Engravings, with all the store fixtntrs. Terms cadi. The sale will be cmitinued the succeed'mg eveoings, at candle lif^t, till all is disposed of. EDW. DYER, Auct ________ VVAVERLY CIRCULATING LIBRARY, Wy immedistety east of Gadsby's Hotel, is regwarly aupplied with a number of copies of ev^ new work, immediately on pubKcation. Additions to the Uferary during the mut two weeks. France, Social, Literary, and P<^eal, by Bul-wer. 2 volumes. Tbe Toung Muscovite, or the Poles in Russia— in 2 vdumes, by Captain Chamier, of the Royal Navy, auchwof Life of a Sailor. Recollectionh«^ a Housekeeper. 1 vt^ume. Tylnn &1', a novel, intwovcdumes, by Hood, Mithor Mthe C<M|ic Annual. The life of TaDajnrand, 1 volume, octavo, with a portrait. . " The Muaeum of Fordgn Ljtnfatare^ for December, 18S4. ..llie Bundriiack of Notre Dsim, ia3v<dumes, by Tktnr.Hugo. Rofdcwood, a nore^ in two vohmies. Cn^ ofihe Midge, hj ^ author of Tom Grill's Leg, 3 v<^mem Henri Quartre^ a Bomance of the days of the l^eague. S vohmiesr • Last days of pemp^ byBulwer. Perkia Warbeck, a Romance, by lira. Shelley, 3T«dnmes. Ulb Snd Correspondence of Hanaah More, 2 voioniteH wtth poirtrait. Caltvar, or the Knight of Che Conquest, by Dr. IUrd,authoraftheTMice^«f«lie0ladi«tor. Three years hi the Few. hf an OÍBoer of the United Steles navy. Msthers and B«lglrtians 2 feiuoies. Memofca ef Tldei^ tike Agent of the French Pofiee and eil|ihüto6 ttiefeatcher, 3 volumes. No*vdl«lt«i et tt TMvenei^ Beeklbitl's Italr, Ki^s ow% iNctatei^ori^A^ Lifet all the late feimtoiaor Hofwr'a Ptopily Library, of the Library of Seleot Norelsu of the Beys and Girls' mMKn^ m . aertéshinet Cyelepédia oftliMnTr Bingwpby, ' and-Oiíikelid Seknee.- TefIM'ef wïbareiitolSon. Vive doQiM per an-mMv or aAe éApir for a single mon^. Ja«. 10» The parents or guardinna of the stadante tvülal> ways be adoùtted to sae them, unliaB their shotMbec«neteofi«quentbeoasto.iiitefriipid4Nfr studibk Deo< 8i%i wainonal tíubrbncy.Juitíií«»lffiííT5 r^ {lamphlei ibrm, piiro. 37i «eafta. ^ for a Matknsl Ott^retM^r, •ttdji Y ttraOBBim TABLETS. Just received, and sale by W- 9I8CBBR, a ftw Empoased I Tablea very neat and useful article. laiklO. T^ ' J. __ IffiAllS iOOT m. Í4 Metta f40tl»U wmrnmf^ TODI» fc CO. ;