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   Washington Globe (Newspaper) - February 3, 1825, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 ihMÄl Oi (!(*<••» <£««*•« ,».ftg 00 genii-weekly ..  f r  , 0©  Weelty,.;......do....:..........*.*«..9 50  Congressional Globe, daring (h* session,.. 1 00 fer tarn iktm m • ,, ' ■  D«tlj• month*.. .1 00  Scmi-werkly t  do n 50 subscriptions tolhe Vktoy fot les» Ufa* f*4, «r be Semi-Woekl» for km- tba»(bar, « ta «k* Weekly for Je« «Ma »Urate« Moa«h% vit) wot be receivéd. ' ' ' ^  r   Subeoribers amy • dlsflantiwnO <imlr l  popar rt  ÄftSÄ* 1   Those «Ito sobsertbefor ft ye*-* and «o  at the tio* of aubacrititog» • - ..  »t (lie end of It, will be çonridered subscribers, until they orler the paperWftytfpp*!, «adp«^ an  Twelve line«, or lesa, three insertions • • #1 00 Ever/ sMtiorial IrtaeiAfen,./,.........¿0 t5  I onger *lvei^«cmlMl^dMf*rd in proportion A. libeftl diaeeunt ma<le to thoae «ho wwln by (be year. .  JUpuyp/enis to be made in md*me*. Those who have not an opboftuait j of payiag edwr-wine, may remit by maiL nt oar risk, PHtag* j»mid. ri*e postmaster'» certificate of auen remittance, ^sfi be a tofllctent receipt th««4rfbr. The ante«  of any specie-paying baalts wili be received.  attention wttbt ¿tent to say wrricr, unlets Me mo Or a Poetmtuttr'» derttJUde ti*titka$b*cn remitted, •eeo-ttpmu* it.  0 yi*tUrt to the JRditme, charmed tott* pastors trillnot he taken out oftU Poet OJit*.  WJNTJER ARRANGEMBNT. PEOPJUTS LINE OM COACHES,  f>* Whttling mn*t TiUeburgk, Irta Baltimore and Ohio Rail load.  THE Public are respectfiilfy "informed, that thia BplemlidLh»eb4 CbMWitr«t bioa* cessfwl operation, leaving*BmUimore dmly mt J o'clock, A. M , running 1  through to Wheeling and Pittsburgh in two dayt, 50" mites on the Rail Road.  For seats in thia splendid Line* apply at the Franklin Coffee Houae, No. 4 South Calvert street^ at Beltzlibover's Fountain Inn, L%ht street; alio, at the General Stage Office, nextdoor to Ncwcomb's Indian Queen Hotel, BaMWore street, a'id at the Rail Road Ticket Office, corner of Charles and Camden streets.  J. HOBTON, D. B. SEAMAN, Dec 7, 1833- Proprietora.  Ufa'  Mt^ra, price 7cents Mr tmaoWr,  ------«»uíoing foí)o«rí9c  "ÄflAt'  TtjESP^Y, rmi^AKy ihm.  M  »^^Fo^f, by a. llMlG^kBkti  es of wie Hafl, by the Rev. Q.Cn'ib  .íÜToidí ** rtnr * 1 "  be»  [<«h Bar«»; by CUhi |teeve t  Lighta and SWowa af BooOiah Ufc, by Joba Wileoai  dé RouMrnf, by Q. MacKewie, Tb«; Tapeatiied CMbcr, by Sir W. Scott, Zulucco, by Dr. Modrei Yiow ofWakeâeJd, by GoUatnith« Lettera ofLagjr Moahnai «ai^tUofOtnuHo, by aTWalpole,  A4vénturea vi GM Oka, SmoUet'a tranUationi MM^PP^ by IrOrtByrom DretmafRttgeiie Aram, by Hoodi Iffird Eeaayp«  Chew Chaae» Il AHerro* 11 Penaeroao, Pro-v«ba ofall Nationa. For aale by  M4CKSKSIE k HARTWIG, Jpn« 33, » 13th and Pennaylvani» Avenue.  i#2?1iNTt,EStEIt ire iffrited to examine the •IW wJfcacribcr» atock of Soperlitie Broad |C»&tba, frmtaen*. and VeaSnga. Having a long ;efcp*ri«nce to fhe btWne*, he pron^sea aafisfac-tion to thoae who ariafa prime Ctothirtf made up in the «Mat Staile rtyle and at prioer w<iu htb. Olle àf the heat lailora in the country ia e<rptbyèd, w1>o will imnrt np artidea at the «hort-teat notice.  '■'A^ A renerai aaaortméM of BrHiah, French, àbd DotheMfc l>ry Goods, which «iff be aotd at the 1<)wen priori.  HENRY ADDISON, North of Centre Market, Penn«yl»anfa Afene.  Nov. 26—2awl0w.  BANK OF WASHINGTON,  13*H NOTEMBB*, 1834.  KOTICB ia hereby given that thia Bank has reaumed apec ie paymenta, which were aua-Ipended Hi A phi but. By order of the Board: JtfO. R. REILY, Caahier.  Nor. 14—Stawtf.  HTGKlAN PILLS/ IflE , «nderàfned. |«ring been appointed Vvurat Jge*t far Dr. JUlph't Mr '  ROPERTT.  i Cftwuit Court it Coitrt óf  *P the puhtc that he Equity, for WaÁbingim ¿minty. in Û# DUtrict of 1   to aupnly thia valuable medicine 09 the Cölumtri«, the  7  " - ' — • - - •  SAL® OP VALtJABLB  fw DUMuafvce of» decree df of tHe" t hitea Stitei, aiU  ~ " ""abingtoivcotinty, _ . . it- . , » , ..  L  , subscriber Witt oA^r at public  •^ ^■p 1 !.**  at  "f M» New Y«rk. on ti»e 16th day of February, in the year 1635, the  A JIbcral diacount hen« made to retailjnerchmU. following valuable property, situated in the Cfty The extraordinary benefit and curea which of WMihingfon, D. C^. on Pennaylvani* ArenUe, thouannda hare experienced frem theae pitts can via.  «»fy be accovn'od far by the feet of their bang Lot numbered ftve, (J,) in Reservation mim-founded on the «Mdom and experience of the , bend Ten, (10.) with all ib improvementis privi-Itntiah College of Phystciins and S|»rge9«w, I^tn-; k^s, &c., consttting of a tvo-ato^y b»4ck Dwet-dwM and recommended by ihe writmg* and prac-1 ing und Store, with other necemrf building« at-tice of Sir A at ley Cooper, J. W. Abe met hy^ and tached thereto.  Or. Babbington,as well aa by most of the eminent 1 Term^ and conHiti<^is of sale arei one third of practitioner« of England and the caniiwent. Tbc! the purchase money to he paid m c^ah at the time limits of an advertisement will not allow of enter- j of s«1e; the bat »nee in tWo eq inpayment* at six inf upon an explanation of the princaDle on which; and twelve months, to be sccurfd by bonda, With ihia medicine ts suited to so many d>nei—*----—'-----'------' ' * -  Dft. A. PLANTOU. SURGEON DENTIST, PROM PAHIS.  DR. PLANTOU ia the inventor, manufacturer, «lid 6+at Introducer into the United States ot Mineral Teeth. |enendlv known under the name of PORCELAIN TEETH, so far Superior to any other materi»l used for artiAcial teeth, Theae teeth are not liable todiaage color, or decay, nor are they subject to any noxious smell. He p'acea them without pain or nay inconvenience to the patient, on gold plate, and gnld spring». He alao performa, on the most scientific plan, all the operations of his art.  His residence ie at Mrs. Mounta*a, north aide of Pennaylvania Avenue, Washington. Dec. 6—tf  FOR SALE,  ^ BAROUCHE and a pair of first-rate matched Ponies. The Barouche ia in good repair, Ponies well broke to harness, young, and in fine condition.  For terms, apply at the Bar of Gadaby'a Hotel. They am be seen at the atablee attached to that  Dec 1—tf  NOTICE TO SOUTHERN TRAVEL LERS. TWICE A WEEK.  The Steamboats to and from Baltimore and Norfolk ' will commence on TH0I9. ____| DAY, the 27th of November, torufronty TWICE A WEEK—»leaving Baltimore and Noffblk evefy MONDAY and THURSDAY mot-wag at hum e*dbeA, and on and after Thuradagr, 1st January» 1335, tMy-wUI run ufily OKtiE A WEEK, leaving Baltimore every TH DM DAY, a»d N««!bfk ev«ry MON DAY morn ing at luneo^dock^ ^Should the navigation of tht Patapaeo lift interrupted by ice, the passenger» will be landed at Annapolis'as formerly.  The PATRICK HENRY will leav© Norfolk every Tueisday and Friday morning for Richmond, beginning on rri.lay, 38th November, and return every Sawday and Wedaesdqr.  In cooaeouence of thiach«iige, the Steam-packet VIRGINIA will lfcave libHolk lor Cbarleaton, S. C., on FRIDAY,the 38th November, and 13th December.  AH A Jho fiak of the owners. J A ME9FERGU8 8 ON, Agent. Nov. 15—______  The Steamer COLUM BfA, C^ptaia Jaf. Mitchell, ' having resumed her regular I tripe between BdtHaorc Columbia, will, «hmag the season, leave Baltimore for the District of Columbia every SATURDAY, at 4 o'clock, P. M., Md returahig, will iesVe WaAington at 6» and Alex-«ndmat 7 o'clock, A. M. .eveiy WEDNESDAY, for^thnore. fasaage f^. Sept 17 dtf  ELKGANt CAB1NET PtTUNlTlfllK.  Ghmrt, ¡Of«*, Bed** Mai(ra$$et<, ^c. [Comer of O and lOlh atreeta, Waehington; and Royals street Atoxandria.3  JAMES GREEN reepectfitlly inftviB» the puh-lic, that be has noW on hsmd, and rs co»-staatfy. mawifccitmimi sttkotft qyihhairsti, aa above, a general andextemhre aaftcteient of the most modem and durable rVHRTOltK, which he will guarantee to be emwl to any ever hereto-for» offered in the Distnct^4eav)ng b« en nwna-tacttMttd Witt tfitWUMk car« of aelect material«, and by superiors» 11 Irniis »towhlahhe'^wrtio^ arly solicit» the-.cttoMstm "vT thoae deairoua of fitrnishhy• thu—li is With any draeiiptioni of Cabinet Furniture, atf the fiw^Me» whieh ho pdas sessen of maanfceturing wort eMblee ltimtoex^ eeult Mjr criw Ar fttralM^ Chaba^ Beda, Ma>jaaaaa, lu:., **tmort«*pedHkm  and upesithe aaoatamiwiiia Js^iimlerma.  Furniture, Orviagv UpholsteringV RepeM^f fcc. promptly attcftMd m  :  . » - rr  Alao^-nmhogonf hi thtflsf, plank, or rina»r constantly fc» sale. PA.-SMC •  Cut a«^ .Mm, in  paper*., , ,  LORILLAKD*» ami Mrs. & & Miler^oon-stantly kept on hanA fresh ftoaa the Manu» factory^ Also» the very heat Cavendish, frMa th« first honaea in ttehnaod «ad.l^rnchbvegh, for re. tail, at the old 8saf, Tobacco, and Fsoncy Store, between 11th and 43th Streets, Pennaylvania Ait-ernie. t» JOHNSON.  Defence of ncmìth carolina from  THE ASPERSIONS OF MR. JEFFERSON.—Just published and lor salejby F. TAYLOR, a Defence of the Revotyáoaary QkUifyofthe State of North Carollnà from íhe A^perfton* oFM'. Jefferson, by Jo. 9<aweII Jenes, of Shocco, North Carol na, in one vphime. , ' Jan. 14.  GOSLIN'S CBLKbRATED PREKCH CHISMICALBLACKING. Unt quailed Ijf any Iti the World.  THIS day received, m ank by the doaea or «ogle boXi et New York price* at CAk-LAM'S Drug Store«, conwr of E and 7th streets, or. at comer 41-3 afrafct andPanaayvsitia Avanue. Only try it. Jan. 8.  1M Rft. ELIX ABETH W. ST ROTH ER, bar-1TM. *C »emove<l to« kege and oatnaaadMrn hwta»; (ool3th-«tieet, iwrtbePcaMytr»* Ave-nue, and in the imaacdi<4s vicinity ot the Globe Office,) eontaiasHg tweoty room*, mdudm^ ba 1 some parlours, would be glad 10 accommodate, rr UbeaU term, Mktasbeni of Congress, Clerks, and other gentlemetw — - - -  Two Stables and Carriage Houaea on tbe pre  Nov. dti  ^tEYLON OIL, for the preaervation end growth of the Huir.—Thia beautiful animal Od restores Uai^ upop Bald Heads, <«atena and i tour «abes the roots, whichpre»ents it fron» fiiUinf <>uv oamoves all damfeuff and erupù<ma fnmi the hf ad, (a,tW causea the baiato «uri, hn-  p»rtiñg U* it a hnntiti|y >hwt«e« For naie by  : i. V. CALLAN, Waahington.  Dec. 13.  KKKPSARE lUr ISSS, fm nobltshetl —The Keepsake ffw 1831 eontsinmg l8 Ehrrav->, priee <6. For sale b f  13— P. THOMPSON.  To erUtJor toM Pernione  GEORGE TBUFLBIIAN, «morite FuHer% Hotek Peam^ivaaU AvcWvr* >ha» fbr sale all  Journals of Congreaa from 1774 t» IS34—Con-pessional Dm ilii>f>iil> firww ISM to 1834—alt Documento relating, to Spt£atie^a om mrGm merce—Land CKWW TiUMfb».. 9m Ti^etbei with X collection tit wlMabïa boA» 0« **h-  j^cts, at veryiów raté». ' ••.',' „. :, „jNw, ft.  PLAYING CAMDS, A*aale by Jan. 15. ' J. F. CAIAAN.  PERCUSSION GAPH. porsaleby i. f. calla*.  Jan. 15.  many different com-pUinta{ experience, however, teaches that,no disease whatever can in any way be ityured by its use« while those disorders which commonly prevail in private and domestic fife, are always c ired or much alleviated by it. It may be further remarked, that those who sdfier under any long continued ¡Ones« Mid yet nr gleet a remedy so much wi'hin the reach of every one, and so evi-de'itly designed to heal diaeate and alleviate tbe afflictions incident to human life, are either ch»rgf able wiih prejudice or the omiasion of an abaohite doty*  '1 he disorders of which m»ny thousands have occurred in testimony of this remedy, are the following!  Dy»pep*ia rod the whole of those disorders ariatng from habitual constipation of the bowels— apoplexy and all affrctiona of the head—gout— rheumatism—scrofula, wi'h every apecies of salt rheum and disorder« of the skin—consumptive cough—Kver disease and the effects ofin*emp»-r snce—'fevers and inflammations—j»uwli«;e—dropsy—piles—gravel—gleet—*nd othrr diseases of the urinary and genital organ».  They are also eminently useful in the wh >lc class ( f ditorders termed nervous »nd hysteric:»!, aa well aa certain others which are peculiar to the female constitution. In small and suitable doses nothing can be more aafe and beneficial in the common complaints of children, particularly in affection'« of the head, stomach, and bowels.  The directions which accompany theae pills are als > remarkably plain and particular. Tne pro per «lose an<l management bung mentioned under tbe head of each disorder separately.  It only now remains to piiard tbe public against the sale of spurious Hygei n Pills; thrse, however, may be easily de'ected by exam-ning 1  tbe big-nature on the envelope of every package. None are genuine which are not signe>l as follows-   M J09. RALPH, M. I>.  " Graduate of the University of Edinburgh, Member of the Rcy«l College of Surgeons, London, Lecturer on Midwifery and the diseases of Women and Children, and author ot the Domestic Guide to Medicine."  N. B.—-Dr. Riua'i Domestic Guide is a small volume, designed for the use of e very family, particularly those rea ding in thecountty. It is written in the plainest manner, and is intended to spe-dJy more particularly thoae diseases to wh'ch the ;Hygeian Pills are adapted, and the m«nner in wnich they should be taken.  W. KIRKWOOD, Corner of 11th street and Penn. Avenue, Agent for the District. Jan. 16. [Telegraph.]  FOR SALE.  TRACT OP LAND containing- between 300 and400 acres, lying on the Patuxent, in the netgnborhood of Benedict, adapted to the culture of wbeatt, corn, and tobacco, now occupied by Mr. H. Uumwgha. Inquire of Mr. H. G. S. Key, Leo nardatown,' St. Mary's county, Md.  A Tmct of'Land contuning between 300 and 400 acre*, lyin| on Mattawoman swamp, (known byvthe name of Fontainvitle,) in Prince Georra's «ounty, Md., adjoining the rOwdence of the late Philip^tuart, and Dr. B I S- mmes. Inquire of the subscriber at bis residence, or by letter at Pis cataway. R H. STUART.  Also, Ten Shares of Stock in the Eastern Branch Bridge Company. B. IL S.  June M-tf  TURNER'S ANNUAL TOUR.  WANDERIMGS by the Seine, from Rouen to the source, by Leitch Ritchie, Esq., author of Heath's Picturesque Annual, ète , &c , with twenty engravings, from drawing* by J. M. W. Turner, Esq., R. A.—Price $6.  This is by far tbe mi>st beautiful Landscape Annual that has been published. For Mile by Jan 16—3t P THOMPSON.  mr EWTOCKET MAPS OF KENTUCKY AND Hf TESNES8M.—This day published, an* Mr sale bjr F. TAYLOR, n new and improved Packet Mnp on n Urge ecjde, of Kentucky and Twnw^upon the aape aheet, with ita^e and Steamboat routes, distances, fcc-i brought up to the done of 1834, with the (.opulatMm, and other statistical details, beautifully engraved and color ed, and mallrespects the moat petfect,eomplate, and correct Map of these Statea ever published* containing, a«ao, aeparate plats on an enlarged •ode of the diatricts adjmning. Louiarille, Frank-fert, Lexington, and NJudnrllle-»-neat]y bound lor  ^jjM^akrgeand beaetifct Pock«t Map of Ofeio» Hldlasa, IWMis, aad Mkhim of tbe same date, aMicontaioinr the eame dntwla end advantage«  and. the Wiacoasin Territory  Mapa òf all kinds and rixes, AtUses, &c., constantly 4br sale ait the lowest manufacturer's price*, at the Waverly Circuleiing Library, imme. dietelyeaat ofGadaby's Natiotfli4otel.  Ordert by mail promptly attended to.  ^iMAMPAGNE CLUB, No. 8—Thia morn-■ > ing (Saturday, 34th January) wili be pub-lushed the Eighth Number of the Champagne Club, a Chronicle and C itic of Militaiy and Faah-ionable Events and Things, and Criminal Record of Literary nnd other Misdoings. Published Weekly during the eearions of Congress, by a club of Bored Gentlemen. J*n. 34.  EDWARD OWBN, M*»oha»t Tailor, ^ (Seven Building*,)  EBPECT*ULLY ioforma tlte citiaena of . Wasb'ihgtfrn, tieOqpctewA, Alexandria, and v.Jrvicinity, tAat he baa laid in a laweaasart ««nt efFewloanble FaU and Winter Goods, whieh he baa selected from the acveral respective import ing and other eatablishmenta in New York and Philadelphia. HeVilikew'tae made arrangementa in London, by whieh he %ill weeiviB tfce Fashions rtgelarhr every month, and many other advanU geaco^iguooa wilh his trade E. O- solicits an Maapectiou pfktogeoda, by which b^ hope« to re ceivc a share «f fhmr patronage. .  He returns his sincere thanks to his old mends for their palt favors, m whxbbe flatters himself he Has exercised all indefttigability to pleaae« and in which they may depend on ha exerting to all the future orders that they may be pleaaed to favor him with.  N. B. Naval sod Military Uniforms, Fancy Coa-tumes, Riding Habita and Pelisaea, and ever othe-er article connected with the various branches of liii trade, executed in the beat style and work utnmbip. _Nor. l3**3t«w3m.  KREOSOTK.  ' REOSOTP, a new and powerful styptìc, and a vakatble retnedy for destroying caries, IiwiMttifieatíen, h* For s-le by cTSo. TODI» k CO.  RAZOR 8TR APS J2H0 HONES. ODGEKS'S Metallic Strap and Mom. y Emerson'aaupemw l'omero*'» Ieyrwel ditto« Jan. 16. , . K T¿  B«oo reward:  RAN .AWAT ftem tbe subscriber's fsrin, on Broad Ron, London oounty, Virginia, on tue night of the 9m TWO NEGRO HEN, called Cbarks f aok, and Jpe Cook, Charles is of black complexion, about fit fret high, well formed, arid likely, and about 32 or «3 years of age. He may he easily identìBedhf* Hwiarkable scar on one «f bla Joe~brott»er of Cbarles  —ia of rather fighter comple»e«, «bo»<t tbeaaate fomand heUku hf good appearance, but hm ft ontchin hbinffi, «adi»suppo^ to be35 or 2f   7 t$5lY Dollars reward wiB be given for each, if .tskee k Maiytódi or One Hundred iMIare fòt each, if tak«. and aeoured beyond the limita of  Maryland. Aj| majonahle saxpensw pkid, Kroajrht home. ^ l.X.MfeKESNA.  * trtham-tHm were seen, in company wtó tiuee othert whe hnd ateo abeeonded, paéslag it théifthiMt through GettysNig^ Pa. on their w«^. k m aupposed, to York. Any «p»  «MrtiM^ddreaandtoLeeaberg, wlllbeattM  j«ly3-d3teoSwfcta(Wtf  approved security, bearing intere* from the day of sale; and upon full payment of (he purchase money, an l ratification of the sale by the aforesaid Court, a deed to the a»i<l property wM be given. Sale to take p ace on the premiers, at 4 o'clock, P. M. C. H. WJLTBERGEfc, Truatee.  EDWARD DtER, Auctioneer.  Jan. 34—cots  MAIL STEAM-BOAT  CHAMPION, AT 7  THIS splendidJBoat haa resumed her run between this city and A qui» Creek, carry ing the United States MUil, connected with first fate Coaches a:\d Horses, South and Southwest, and will continue daily, unless interrupted by ice, at 7 o'clock, a. m. WM. P. REYNOLDS Capt.  Jsn 24—tw.___ .  THOMAS LLOYD respectfully informs his friends «nd the public that he intends having a HALL on Tuesday next, the 37th inst., at ha hotel. He bin spacious and elegant room, well adapted for the purpose, end no exertions on his part, or the managers', shall be wanting to render th» evening's entertainment agreeable.  Ticket« c«jn be obtained from die proprietor, and at the bars of Brown's and Fuller's Hotels, to include two ladies and a gentleman, at two dollars each ticket. Jan. 34—eo3t.  HANDSOME PAIR OF HORSES.  f HE purchaser of be very beaut&il pair o ■L clnn Horses, lately the property of Gen. House, deceased, baring been disappointed in the conveyance of tlu-m south, offers them at private s ile till Thursday, 29ih inatant, when thry will be exposed to public sale, in front of Brown's Hotel, at half past*4 o'clock. Should they not be previous y dispos d ot privately, they c^n be seen in the inti rim at Pumphrcy's StatfTes. Apply to  EDW'D. DYER, Auct'r.  Jan. 26—dtTh  THE NEW FASHION HAT.  A FULL supply of this neat new fashion Hat, differing entirely from all former fashions^ is now ready for sale ut 4 and $5.  S. W. HANDY, Jan. 26—3t. between G»dsby*s and  Brown's ho'els,  VETERINARY SHOEING SHOP, 4 1-2 Street, Washing ton City. fl^HE subscriber, in return for the unprece-■ dented patronage w!iich lie has received, would consider riknt /¡TatUude no longer a virtue; he therefore publicly and gratefully returns his moat sincere thanka to his numerous patrona in the District (^Columbia and ita vicinity, for their patronage and support. He would fur:her infarm the members of Congress, and other gentlemen visiting the city, who have valuable and favorite horses, that he is wepared at all time«, with the utmost despatch, to SHOE or otherwise attend to such horses, as maybe aent to his shop. He will also, with promptitude, attend aqy gentleman who* may wiah to oonantt him, concerning any natural or accidental disease of that noblest of brute creation. He respectfully and earneatly hopes, when it is known Mid Considered that he served 13 years in the flower of tbe British Cavalry, as Smjth and Farrier, on various arduous continental duty, and thftt he otherwise practised bis profession with almost unparalleled success in many cities in Europe, and with what success for years past in thia city, he leaves for his fellow citucns to s»j, he will only (without furthtr prolixity,) say that his advice when consulted in Veterinary cases shall be always candid and chaiges moderate, for he thinks with the old man of Scio, that " Who dares think one thing and another tell, My soul detests him aa the gatea of hell."  The puNic'a obedient servant,  m. FOY,  Veterinary Surgeon and Horse Shoer and Dec. J4—-eo3m Smith in general.  0R. J EBB'S RHEUMATIC LINIMENT.— Ita croera' ion is often immediate. The Liniment has frequently cured rheumatic affections, of years standing, in four and twenty hours, and is recommended with confidence as one of the best applications known for chilblains,' stiffness of the joints, numbness sprains, and bruiaes. Price 50 centa a bottle.  DUMFRIES' ITCH OINTMENT.  A safe, certain, and expeditious cure for the itch, be it ever so inveterate, ¡n one hour's sppfica-tion only! No danger from taking cold It does not contain the least particle of mercury, or other dangerous ingredient, and may be applied With.perfect safety. Price 37| cents a box.  .DUMFRIES* REMEDY FOR THE PILES.  One of the best and most thorough remedies known for thia troublesome complaint It has more perfectly answtred the purpose for which it is intended than any other now in common use, and pifbrda immediate and permanent r«-lief, both from the disorder itself, and its accompanying symptoms of pain in the loins, vertigo, headaciu-, loss of appetite, ind gesti<>n, and outer marks of debility. Price $1 f or both articles, Ointment and Electuary, or 50 cents when but only one is wanted.  The above valuable articles are prepared by T. Kidder, Boston, and are for sale by his agents,  Jsn. 16 TODD k CO  FOR SALE.—A handsome Carriage and well broke pair of dorses. Inquire at. tne  Globe Office.  Dec. 15—lawtf  COURSE OF PRACTICAL ANATOMY, BY  THOMA8 MILLER, m. D. *T71LL commence on the 10th instant at 6 V V o'clock, p. m. and terminate on the 1st of March, 1835. Studenti 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 day and hour.  Fee for Che course, >10.  n0v.7—dtMI. [Telegraph, j  FILE OF THE NAT'L. INTELLIGENCER. YnOR the year 1837,1838,1829, 1830, strongly JP bound, for sale low if applied for imme f^y- ' F.TAYLOR.  RKI8H DYE —Just received, and for sale JL at FISCHER'S Stationary Store, Alia ad Deen Mahomed's Turkish thre, for chaining grey Or pied Hair, on the Head, Whiskers, or Eyebrows, byaiingle application, to a permanent brown, varying to a compkte black, without stamfnr eHhrttte hands or finen.  Jan. W JSii  EW TEAR'S PRESENT.—Just published *k the North» and this day received—for Sk> by F. TAYLOR^-The Sybil's Leaves for Mrs. Cotey, s colkotàon of Poetical and  i Jim IßifW*, ^ , .»i •  TRUSTEE'S SALE. RY EDWARD DYER.  PURSUANT to the terms of a Deed of Trust . from Robert H. Clements to the subscriber, dated 17th of August, 1833, didy recorded in the Clerk's office of the county of Washington, in the District of Columbia, I will offer for sal«; at the housti of said Clements, on 3d street, near Penn sylvania Avenue, on THURSDAY, 5th March, all the goods and chattels, Honaehold andKitchen Furniture, in said Deed of Trust mentioned, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay s  the sums of money mentioned in said deed, and to cure the payment whereof s»id deed was executed. Amongst the art cles to be sold are many of the best quality, and worthy the attention of genteel private ftmilies and respectable boarding-house keepers—such as:  Best Ingrain Carpets and Rttgs,"Soft, Pier and Centre Tables, Card Tables, Mantel and Pier Glasses, Cane, Rush, and Windsor Chairs, Dining and Kreakfast Tables, Sideboards, Iv ry Knives and Forks, Plated Castors, Candlesticks, Trays, Britannia Set, China, Liverpool, and- Gtesaware, Andirons, Fenders, Maple, Mahogany, and Staiiied Bedsteads best Feather Beds, Hair Mattresses, Mahogany Bureaus Wardrobes, Waahsfandi, Toilet Glasses Chamber Carnets, flail and Stair Car pets and Ho ls best Bedding and Table Linen, Moreen Curtains and Ornaments &e. 8tc.  A large assortment of excellent Kitchen Uten ails.  TERMS OF SALE.—For all sums under 30 dollars, c iah; of 30 dollars, and under 50 dollars 60 days credit) of 50 dollars and over, 3 months. For ¿1 sales made on credit, notes, with approved endorsers, and bearing interest froht date, wilt be required.  Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, A. M.  GEORGE SWEENY, Trustee.  EDWARD DTER, Auct'r.  Jan 26—wtlMar.  KusMDAvriM MA»uksCQM% ) Qworftr Jinit*** (Mm > 9th jaaqar«^ SEPARATE PROPOSALS wdl be **cet»ed at  fixrmaHingthe fottowing artkhe for clothing for the Marine Corps, via:  W00 yards of giyy twiUed K«^. 6-4 wide exokMreoflist.  135 gross Marine Jacket Buttons.  4000 yards of yellow wonted Laoe, | inch wide.  4000 pair Shoes*.  3000 pair Woollen Socks.  1800 pairLinenOvcraiia.  1300 Linen Jackets.  3500 Cotton Shirts.  1000 Knapsaeks.  1000 Leather Stock  Samples of the lmerent artiolea can be seen at this office, and the offices of the .officers com-thandtng marines at Portsmouth, New Hampshire* Ctarlestown, Massachusetts Brook^n, New Yorki Philadelphia* and Norfolk, Virginia* the whole to be of domestic manufacture, and to be delivered at the Marine Ckxhing Store in Philadelphia, 0» Or before the 30th day of April next, in good, new, strong packing boxes for which no charge will be allowed, free of expense to the United States, and subjact after delivery to the inspection of such persons as the Quarter Master miy appoint. The proposals to be endorsed, " Propoasls for Marine Clothing." E. J. WEED, Q. M,Jt. Q.  The Portsmouth Gazette* Evening Post, Boston* Eveniitg Post, New Yorkt American Sentinel, Philadelph'im and Norfolk Herald, will respectively give the above three insertions per  reek till date.  Jan. 13—3tawtd  MARSHAL'S SALB.  IN virtue of a' writ of fieri fkcias or judgment of condemnation iMued from the clerk's office of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, for the county of Washington, ami to me directed, I shall expose to public sale, on Thursday, the 36th d*y of February tiext, at 10 o'clock, a. m. before the Court-house door of said county, all tbe right, t tie, and interesV>ftsrtel T.Canb/,in *nd to twelve Land Certificates in the CrawfordsviUe Land District, in tbe State of Illinois—signed by «Israel T. Canby, Receiver,** drawn in favor of William Hendricks and by him endorsed on the 14th March, 1834—dated respectively, vi*. No. 15,173, October 10th. 1831, containing 290 acres 95 hun-dreths. No. 15,174, same d»te, containing 80 acres. No. 15,175, same date, containing 80 acres. No. 15,175, same date, containing 80 acres- No. 15,176, sxme datt, containing 80 acre». No. 15,353, dated 15th Oct. 1831, containing 80 acres. No. 15,750, dated 16th Npvember, 1831, OonUin-Ing 160 acres. No. 15,751, same date, containing SO acres. No. 15^80, dated 5th Nor. 1831, con-tuning 160 acres. No. 15,581 same, date, containing 160 acres. No. 15,603, dated November 14th, 1831, containing 80 acres. * No. 15,843, da-ted Nov. 34th, 1831, ponUi&ing 80 acres. No 15,844, s tme (lite, contaliun^ SO acres.  Sened and taken a« the property of the said Isarel T. Canby, and mM to satisfy said execution b favor of die United Statea.  ALEXANDER HUNTER, T7. Statea Mafahsl for the District of Columbia.  Jan. 21—dts  TO  FplHK subscriber, afWr y»y ofjWtl^fi<p*e»  thesubjectof 8team, haa at last arrived at n ma*k hapfiv and mucsmfol ti|Mwj1%ii ef his Lbcps. Hie kniprevei man Bstarf» ^ phcity, eftciftAcy, and d»u»Mil a prood cewnariion with ft^y pi^ee ei .or nshanksr structure, at present k Hi» iof«e*«d. Boiler of/ 8te»» Csegatnr enm. bince in its Mfn^Mire, all abM^ ndi»m>f«« ,iy useA»l «lahdea which either science deehws. »« good aense feqfira% vis. It lequiresthe Ism* fmfc 3ble quantity of foe», beinf so wymote* ^ the fl»d um&k e^npikd to im^rt to the Mr or slam in the boa* aft excwssrf oalarift shqyi the temperature ef the itww ^  U ia oeapletelp guarded ftf^nat Mwf mi tht danger of expMfan fron> \ha dmm»Ubn of sediment. It earries die least poaamls nnentto « water and etMHi the grefttiat prssfole iHMe to the fiisMd must of course,.** oapenkf, lighter and occupy less sp^Me thnn any other for« of boiler. It miny easily, ind rtwymhiwIiiW so constructed as to give, nil poaribte and reason»* ble assurance ofaafiety against tbe dangeraot nx-plosion and accidenU by lire. Pursuant to pahlie notice in die papers of «itr. his iawMNttd Steam Rotary Engine, being a small medac of ten inches in diamalei, was twice nublic^r enhihited, under the action of high steasa. helpw wapy ofjlhe first men of the^M^^meeWifJJ^h  stmcttonand pcnect permemance. wit AqM| a®n>n§f  lowic^ objectjnna to its utility have been raise either as the result of envy, jealjuqr, prejudice, or ^norance, to each which, 1 stndl give or attempt a eomplete refutation.  1st« *' Its velocity^ or the rapid ty of its rneden is so great that it ncv r can be applied .to any practical or useful purpose, except for loeomo-tives on railroad«," for wbichlhey ftdasittod it to be pre-eminently qualified« This objection oan-stitutes one of the highest encomiums it» inventor can give it- Its unlimited capacity for taking Up steam end returning in it» «paft ea equivalent of power to be uaed at the diaoretion of the owne^ without the least jarring in die machinery or danger of injury to the engine oreay of its parts oon-stitutes one of its most valuable quahtics, wpd for this alone, it would stand unrivalled in the history of steam engine«. Thousands have lneiented the want of activity in their steam engine» bet one ever complained. of «n s«s«ss of either  PASSAGE TO NORFOLK,  The Stetmboat CO  LUMBtJS, Capt. Houaas, wilt leave Baltimore every Thursday morning, at nine ieavt Nórfblk every Man day morning, at die same hour.  Whilst the navigation of the Patapaeo is interrupted by ice, she mill leave JbrnepoSt on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.  cyPnssege and Fare 98. All baggie and parcels at me link of the uWner«.  JAMES FERGUSSON, Agent  Jsnl6—d3w  MARSHAL'S SALB.  IN virtue of two writs offieri faeuu, issued from the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, for Washington county, and to me directed, I shall expose to public sale, for cash, on Tuesday, the -20th day of January next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. before the Court-house door, of said county, all the right, title, and interest, of Matthias Jeft'ers, in and to the following property, viz. North half part of lot No. seven, (7) in square No. two hundred and fifty-six, (256,) m tbe City of Washington,, twenty.two feet aeven and a half inches front, and seventy-two feet six inches deep, with the improvements thereon—being one two story Brick House, and other out buildings—seised and taken na the property of the aaid Matthias JefTers—sold to satisfy an execution in fkvnr of Richard I'c-ters; *>!so, one other execution in favor of George Johnson.  ALEXANDER HUNTER, Marshal.  Dec. 27—dts  The above sale is postponed until Tuesday, the 12th of February next,—-same hour and place.  A. HUNTER, Msrshal.  RACES TO COME, f ■ VIE closing of the Breeder's Stake, to be run | pver the Washington Course, (advertised to be closed lrt February,) is postponed until the 1st of April To come ofT 2d Tuesday in May. Jan. 26.—eo5t.  MEDICO-CHIRURGICAL REVIEW.—Con. ten< s of the Medico-Ch rurgical Review for October. 1834i Art. 1 Leçons Orales de Clinique Chirurgicale fates a L'Hôtel Dieu de Paris; par M Dupuytren. Art. 2. I'atholi»gicll and Surgi* cal Observations on Disease of the Joints Art. 3. Physiologie Vrgetale. Art. 4* An Inquiry into the Nattire of Sleep and Death.  Subscriptions rec ived by Jan 26 PISHEY THOMPSON.  PERFUMERY. 1 HIS MORNING* received at CALLAN'S Drug Stores the most elegant assortment of Perfumtry, ever offered for sale in this District— among which are the celebrated C KYLON OIL, <)U ot Tyre, for the hair, Rowlands Mscasaor Oil, perfumery for Wardrobes Florida Water, kc. Jftn 26  ESS AGES, YETORS, &c. of ANDREW JACKSON.—Just published and for sale y F. TAYLOR complete in on» volume, the Annual Messages, Veto Messages Prockmatidiu kt. of Andrew Jackson, President of the United States, neatly half bound, price one dollar. Jan. 26.  N  ORTH AMERICAN REVIEW for 1835— The Jamiuy Number of the North AlaoriOia Review is this day teeeived by F. TAYLOR, tHA reaily for distribution at the Wereriy Cireuh^ing Library, immediate^ Eftst of Gaddnr*s Nstitttkal Hotel, where individuals wishing to stHHtcrihe, ire invited to apply, and from which fhe work will be aent in perfecit safiity to any port et the United States.  ( "  :   Appttes*iona by mail Iwpi rlltoljf ■ttondod to.  forrest. FK^HE sttbseriber oflhrs for rent i that burge and elegant House on H street Narth, between 13th and 14th streets West, erected by Count-Demenoo, and at present in the occupanev ^f his excellency the French Minister. The house nosse sees every eonvensenoe for the eccommoda feon of a large estabhshment, Is in tbeimmediaite tieinity of the President's boose and pi^lic fioe% and has jm attendant supplyof the very best Water within a few steps ef the door. ; Possession may be had on the first of June en iubig.  Apply to W. W. BILLING, Agent for the proprietor, 13th street, between G and H streets. April 12—3awtf__.  Baits or the Mrtaopolis, ) Sd J^nuarv, l$S5. \ IHE Board of Directora of Uua Bank, We declaied a dividend of 4 per cent .on the ipital stock, for tlie half year ending the 31st December last, which will be payable to the stock Mders on me after the 5th inst. Jan 3—eod3w GEO. THOMA8, Catk.  power or metion, which ba could nofe-eontroL  3d Objection. * There will be too much friction from the packing." It is easily demonstrated that this objec ion, is also without fijuedetion. if the piston of a common engioe present aaareot of fifiy auperficial inches and thecrankbelSinelsos with a sweep of three foet, »ndthe *otarybea wheel of three feet diameter, with a valve' of fifty superficial inches it is evident that there will be fifecieely the aaaae packing reqsdred in Mm one as the other, and that, the fnetimt ia both'wueld be tbe same, did not the valve io the rotary always run in the same direction* while the puton is compelled one half its time to pursue a reta», grade motion, whieh gives a decided advantage to UK valve over the piston, both ia parking and friction. In addition to the valve, a semicircle of thè wheel on each side, jnust he packed m that part òf a rotary where the steam nets and this io all* but in a common engine, it* addition to the piston, there ia the piston rod, valve cods» «fide valves pocket valves side jawa for the piston rod* air, or vacuum pump, with all its apparatus eccentrics cranks connecting rods ¿"d bearings and many other things a>l attended with more-or less friction, which taken collectively produce a quantity of friction equal to ten times the amount of the semicircular packing iA the wheej, ofa.ro. tary.' Ai to the facilities of packiog with either bemp or motalliie jtackingt the rotary the advantage over the coimnoo ei^^oe. Thus if the objection that the rotary is burileood with too much friction, could^^be clearly demonstmtod by facts it would be easy to prove, that a low pressure engine could not move at all, but the fict is that a well conducted rotary, on my preaeat improved plan, will have much jess reatstanoe from friction, th%n anv reciprocating engine of the sane power can possibly have.  The 3d and last objection* <* »»ther querjvi», ** Can you get powerftem «deh fn erittoef** Tlie answ«> to this is easy. Steam is ah ^wé» which, other circumstances being o^ual, exerta tbe same influence, and prod|acei th(t results. Now. If théjrahe in a rotary prt« resisting sur free til fifty inches to the steam, wheel of three feet diameter, and a coMrakm. ton present fifty inchea with an 18 ihoh craaK or three feet «weep, it is c!ear||y sdf èv)dent that tM pressure óf the steam on both WBl be die aaflMS and the power cusBtnunieated t6 each, wiH bè thè same in the abstract, but the tesuit or amount of power communicated to die two tpliaA» Ih» tte use and benefit the owner, IriS be vastly do^ ferent The power created on the valve hi the rotary is alw^rs at Ole same «fistanee from the shaft, and ita 'nfluenee comtounioated to the shaft for the use of the owiaéi' is tlio s*me in every section of the wheel, while the  SVH Bn%4riMh ¿imJmk  ^■Â-'S • - ' ' V if f .i'l  Mm 9m  3  1 lb. 35-100  ,«•' . ^ * OhI >ift«l||g AohMo«'  .-^i^L «MÍsafojln he flMod íom the '  54  «  56 »  nSi létottmífr'  *  Heigh* ef Sfcmg» *  M   IM. . . S -  ÄS^wSS* if -  : Tread) • 3# "  ñiíi f**^ **  ïghr »y ^  axlos iftlenalho ef 13 i«t4iMlM%to 13 foetSk H, 3, 3|, 3|, and 3| bebes diameter.  CU Uns forlaaBiiail Flnné^ehert «ndatay link*, «Mwwfoxuii i frai the ». V¿ Cable Rrtl%and prmn. ed atthOgwisifOflisiii .  India VMmWmpm tm MM Hui^ emde of New lealand flax.  Rtaiy desoripitiep oi Bailww^ Iran» aa weH aa Looontotìre Mtttfunu .lOHSoMowet thodhortoot bo> tice, pad under The inspection of date ofeer part-noqi ftHiiaiifai In If'igliail flu tjhhs wiiin ' '  a iJaJTtm.  BALTIMORR HOU6B. ■ fXm» ioelahwO»IHe>ov<knownaoth€ t«r. JL IUI ütw»ii '1m ■  tpWPBP^BPWph . Mi' WiHW 'M ¿PWJI ?   and tH»un elegmtenlerf'«.ne«r adMkMdf «Mve than forty tooMs lnaMfoa a s^elrtsl • dUMg toem ifriii— d»d1iiialiiil ltadbws « Ladle?  Md'seVeral d^y Mwf commaniling at riewof thix.-«Bg^i:r thoroughlsro of the city. ^  tote In adtnoeMM be euperiortO «riwt k ever Waheoht awfthwfWe^riewpNdgifc Hhilif to the pnbl'ie, to usahisbeat «xevddhmto glveNi eottefpeadl^ imptonnwut toodl thntireaaeotkd to the comfort and pleaaure ofthose whowiillaÜMi the House with tht ir Company«  JOHN W. K1MG-  Jan. I«»3aw3w  HAIRCUT  Cefi its beauties and the head treated iathe^Mt omfintable «ad aafo lit»na», by L. SHEP g*,* k* doér tollr. Fuller's  Hotei» fiMff I tank Avenwa. Bhavhtg done id the bestsmmiif, and Rasore set well, atthe Adit eat notice. Ne Mr out on Snndaara.  MTOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC — m WILLIAM FISCHER has just received from New York the following pieces of Late and Fashionable Music:  Tel me not of hoarded gold, wriit¿n and composed by T. H. Bayly, Esq.  Wither away, written and composed by do.  To read the Stars Pretending, from the opera of Gustavus the Third.  When Time hath bereft thee, from do.  Home of my Youth.  Woman's Ltfr, sung by Miss George.  Come, dearest, atiEvening Hour.  To you, Dear Maid. M remember thee.  Hence, cold doubt*  Farewell to the Nymph of my Heart  Peace within the Grave.  The Breaking of tbe Day.  Rose Aileen, written and composed by T. HL Bayly. My Father Land.  Wake, Lady wake, the Midnight Moon.  Pavilion Waltz; t^ancaster do-; Military do.  The celebrated March from the Opera of Mosi in Egkto.  Lw Dansomanie.  Quadrille de Contredantes et Gallop ade, com« posed by Hunter.  GusUvu« Quadrilles.  Introduction and Chwus from the Opera of La Stramira.  Ervivra Allegri, fqm the Opera of U Pirata.  'Tia the Last Rose of Summer, introduction and variations by Henri Hers.  Ladies wishing Music to form a Book, will do well to nuke their selection at FISCHER'S, be receiving all the New Music (hat is published, and has opened in the last week seven hundred piece», arranged for the Piano Forte and Guitar, embracing songs Waltses, Marches Rondos Overtures, Quadrilles fcc.  Musical Instruments constantly on hand. Jan. 39 [Tel.]  n  IS8 MARTlNEAU'S WORKS.—Lntrly ra-ceived and for sale by Fy TAYLOR, Ireland, i Marshall, Brook* and Brooke Farm, Hours Abroad, Ella of Uarveloch, Demcran, Weal and Woo» A Maocheatcr Styike, Ac. kc^ all priced of a uniform aixe. Price 35 centa each. Jan. 31,  |p|R. C. HAMMOND, m  ^^ and W. HARÊER, tm ______  are authorixed Agenta for the sale of Rowand's Tonic Mixture. Jan: 20. ^ jf. F. CAU^,  s   ■"TL ft! i/fl . ■' Jl ■■- ' - I' 'IÌT" J.1 :  -  HEW POCKET MAI* OF LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, AND ALABAM*.~taift published and for sale by F. TAYLOR, «the Watferiy CireuLting LiOnuy, immrrllstèly~ea«t of Oodsbjre.Hotel— - '  A perfectly new Map of the State» of â Wwhy Louiaimis, «ad Mississippi, on a lHge aatde, coe-taiaing the-thoae Statoa en «hè ìmm Aeetl «¡Ovl^f bound for the pocket* exhibiting the stage tad steamboftt sowtes ceuatry, popttlalloat aad other statistM detaito, brought «p to the^toso of l8W. Beautifuj^r engraved aid eo&iirf* had will be found upen ti—thMioa to be.unmiiitittailily die mocteoaqriccw and «oaisot ìmijNMM im  crank haa two dead and only twó living ih Hs whole revolution, where it can retarn through the shaft to tbe owner anything &e an emùvalent for the weight of steam on the i^ftton. Their relative powers may be thus-demonstrated: Let, a drum or three feet diameter be wrapt oitiiatMRI-sand feet of rope, to which fhsten 1,000 pounds weighty end let it run doWn into a well' of that depth off the side of the dram* let another rope of the same length, with the aame weight, unwind tself from rouna a board three feet wid<s aMd but one inch thick, with an axSe through its oeht^ei let eatdi axle be geared to a grind-stooe,and see which grinAtone wiH db moat execution " duriof the descent of the twowe^htÉ. Moo^eeshdfh ny but thè weight on the drum ór cylinder sriH do nearly, if not quite; double the execution of the one on the boaidt soit w demaosUable that a eel-urna ef steam constantly exertiqg ite power en dm periphery of a «dieci wiQ ntumftr us«, nearly tf not quhe, do^le the power ia tho shaft diat the same columns of steam exerting its influenoe oa < the piston of a common engine can tisssibly fe> turn. The improved votary, piopevooned %o ita power, takes up bet little space, is vory fight, end much fesa expensitfe than the eoaoada lepws not liable to gst eat eterder, and wqnlres ao daily engineer to stop k and put it in motkii* andthe subscriber pledges his reputation that bis improved rotary *nd bmler, when built wW» the saaae neatness and aoeursey requited in all higfti pree» ' aura engines wiH do double the eseeotioa* WWh the same fuel, of any engine, whether high pre* sure or low, now edis'ing in the world. The sab' scriber is now reidy to scoodnaodatc afi those Who-wish to pnnlhaag patent righta for the aheee enginesan l boilers or to furnish them ready b«dlt and warranted, as shall beat suitpurolufeers.  E. BALDWIN, Patentee.  N. B.—JOHN BRUCB, Esquite, df Kentucky, is eoneesaed with me in the^bove haprOvements, and we intend, aaaoon as we oan ndse the frauds to deinonstrate their poweiniand advawtoges by building an iron steam boat, tu be jwopelledbythe rotary and impte^ed boilBr. ' ^ . . ».  BALDWIN It BRDC&  NAVY SLOP CIX)THINO. lfart Goanaasvovottf OMMi,> • - , m . ' Stat Jopwaiir, Iflils. 5 • piBOPOBALS, sealed and* endlnfed« wiH he JT^reOeived By the Bnaidwf Navy Oaraaiìaiia ' «rs et their Ofltoe, until thiee e'oleek, P. M« ef thatfiSftohalMdly of Febrmur neat, for forntahh* anddeliveriogat the Navy YOrds htfria mentioa> etl, the Mas mm artidtea of SlopCIotíUnfc via.  700 Drab Pea JOdMSy 9000 Duck FOOcks 9000 Pairs Daok Trowsers ^ 9090 White Ffauaiol Shirts 1500 Mi Whke Flañnel img Drawer«, 3000 Pairs Leather tewed Shoes, of assorted ¿ sites '  1000 Mack »Ut Neok han dkerchiafr àie of sample.  The said Stop Clothhig must confinm to the fusftyof thesame^artMe« on diinnél«, assm», pie», at the aeveral Navy Yarda, aao at Dakimore.. Thé Pea Jackotseanst be offiè «fois emraopond-i »f to die mesaweo numberod iwkpS /Arar on «10 snhrdwles In «mm/ prvptrtimu, '^lÊe Duck FroekaandyiMmtl-gilrtaawtttMiiraafiusiJ tatito respective mea«««« lanaberedftM 00 the sebe-dtdoa. ■ TheDadkTreWsaie nto-tbe rtffaegdmm, 0 nnspsnilhig to the m<a<òiea nowSered ékrÂ, JfcsWï andjÉMfedn ' *■ den« Of «  three and four, aad fme^yfafo efthe slae aandior-edfive. Hie Fhulnei Drawers mest be offro» ««se», corvwspeadtngto the folfowing measures: length towaistiMnd,4J lndies for m «Mt sfoe, aadV inches for the aecond riaef length of 0 riWNaiifL 35 inches for the firet, and 36 h&U IbrtheMid d«M oad, hoeadâi^n tilg aiat when doubtod. tfefr* teen iadsesft* theMandfitttrtoeniMhesllrtka «eaadshmí M the aropérfUdii dT mrt&4 of the firtsiae, andias llitrdl of the neoad riao. Yka Shoes thall he of aamrtod havb sU«a, aad not than «e4ifrhef the whofetiasidity ëhriRhe  nfaUte iu«*. a»ii th* : Ih WinM i ti  ... >m wf n^m iwuvninaai  ■«■hyfor jtiili liiliMuáiualifirafcrradto tto rfctpe^veOosaaiaMMag OAeeri ef the «flüeat Navy Yards for the l&thsr specücatioos of the a issnr» retmed to in this aivmianaaaii. aad fir thequalky of the difiFlcrent artkdes.  At the «id aMioM of Slap OfothlMr must be suh|»oiodto saoh ei^wotiqiiai ^a Cnmmiidoasrs of the Jfooy diftBdh<eo^ and natst be ettnal tothe samples «ali in tftefeer respeots in strict («mforator to the tonai, stipidatio«, oadeeéi^ tkmsefthe oOfMMor ^eyw3| ba^daetod: they MMttakoha dehmedatcMmt oTthe-N^y Tarda at CharlMWwaJftaeaeltaaetts ar toooldnL New York, the Commisnonerstasy direct on àrhe-forethofiftt dfty of Jaae,183S, p«dbad in good, t^^saaitfft\aad drr pa*ktog bo»eS a5d in nod sMpping eider, all at theexpeuM and risk of theoomasetor. - . '■ •  TW «r^ea atltod lhl'tiip aeveral denomination« of artlqfea mos» be mmt prkt* t  anhoiit regard to the several sfrosaad musttwii akiilaiejto oover every estense attending fte MMüfcl of the haa* tr»ees «ntil the articlès have passed inspection, bren tpfflwtod, and received. PropoM» to be made for Skdee sysraAfo freOt ether artteles.  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