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   Washington Globe (Newspaper) - February 11, 1825, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 'm  c  ■.iñf  1  >?' f 4.  7-7  Editors abb pMVtumis.  -  t  TfcKM». '  r  *  jwpvr perAnmi®,. . • rJttrtfO  .*itkl!—','<* t) >•• •• ••• •' J 2  ky,... »«Vo.v.™ during <1* s*a»tari...i<»  ly, jhr montiv•.«......  .i.i-weekiy, do................ ..... r .O JON  h«iiptiowloth« Daily for.l»th^»$,to Se«»i,*eekly for ^ thw» feu*, WM> kly (or I> i»th»n twelve mpmhHWlU^nrtVbe  ubtcrtbcrt may d'^o<.ti«V,ttair wipfif ^  me  by paying for the time they nwe re-l thmit; W rhft witkouL  iose who  e time . —* .. .. .. - 1  e m^Mm** ^M^tolij^ lii 1 they or ler the paper to be,«popped, »1  [14 »rages. ' V '  mica r«w «*?***«**• Ulve Knes» tfti^nsertlims,.« $1  very addition!! IlWitfioStik» .,»«..'.« .. "0 3d  1)n „ e , »avrrt\sem»ht»etl4i**d 4« fHWBfftfch. Kheial discetmfhuWeto th«*« t^wiWrMertiee i>e year. "" ' ''"*■* "  7 piiymrnti to be made *» admmee. Thoael nave not an opportmK Jff , may remit hy nis*« at onr"« 1 ^ Postmaster*» oertifte«te of 4  he •Mffleient reOfint *hei ^y «pecie-pay ing* bank*  altrntitm ey, or 0 /W  =r  wBim FBBiiMar 111  3  M*  Ml  iure invfled to examine tbe üoefc òl' Superfine ftrüiá  notçs  io Rubscribe for a yétr.aiùrdò rtctlcÇU»^ passiver** and Vesting*. Hating a king of subscribing, oçto jtdiraiUnuanqe [^perifïnit* to the business, be promfrea  to vhoaeVbo wish prime Cwhing made wp ie ta<*tlW$iiiablest}fe and at prieer mhiw. Onioffhe be it tailor«IntheceUntry H  '<4 Who «rill make up article« at the sftort-  '  k  ' '  kU^ A' Mttefal assortment of British, Frenefh, Mid OomeMtb ftry Goods, whteh wiH be «old at tfce low Atpricei.  ' HENRTAnmsON,  North Of Centre Market, Pennsylviaia Averte. ■r Jjtov. 96—2awlQw, ' •  J7 BANK, or WASHINGTON, . 13TH Novumbkw, 18S4.  *W"OTtCE «hfcreby pirefl that this Bank has X^l reaumed roeeie pifitiem«» which were ana pehded in April bat. By onier of the tloarri < JNO. 1!. HEILY, Caahier. Nov. 14-3tawtf. __  DR. A. PLANTOU,  SURGEON IIKNT19T, FROM PA1US.  DR. PMiNTOU latha inventor, manufacturer, and fir* introducer into tlte United Stat«» ot Dtineiftt-Teetb, frrneraliy khowi> under the name of PORCELAIN TEETH, a* far auperior to any other materia) naed fop artifiohd teeth. 1'hcae tMth ale-not liable to «hanKe-eolor* ov decays nor are they anbject to any noxioua amell. He p'acet  ......^ , . ^ ,  A  hhem Without p«ih or attje inoonvenieaoe to tb«  HE ife Mpicwn Mil«an^ ttit:f|atifn^ on nid plate* and gaid apnnga. He also  tbi»8ptefKW bi*0 ot'CMciiekhi now faMtM-it M^forma, on the moat acieiitifio plan, all the ope ful^ o|ieration, hmmg J^m^jito^ ^ 7 j&yoiw of hi« art.  HU reaidet tee ta at »frs. Mount a 1 *, north ai4e -of Penntylanifc A-venue, Waahinfton. Dc6. 6~tl  HYOBIAN FILLS. HB undemrned hafbiy been appointed . G&itrnl Jîgtfd for Df. Rftlph't JmpnmA ^(m JHB^ befçi to acquaint the ptM-e that he U «Babied to aupWtiiN Vatttat^e medicine on the MWOefr-'riWi aütthé office lit New York.  Äl iiltd, *ceo»<  .»* 4- ■  Utbntotim ud UnUttn  ■ ■!_. I _ILL lljll........... IjjrtÍlW 1  "I........  WINTRR AfHtAMMttiT.  EOPI &S Mm W eOACHS^ tar Wheeling mni Via BfHimoreand OMb  <•*, A. M »rmininjç ^WheeU«« and  Rbur^ in two rfajr* fiO mDeatm the Rail Road. or «ea«a in thi» épkariKd lifte. am>ly al the knkliii Cofl'ee Mouae, No. 4 South Ouvert -et, at IWkahoorer'a E'ooWaiia In», L«ht rei ( aliti, «t Out Geoml Steg« OAoe, neart «fcor iNoweomb^a Indian Qiieen. HotH, » BaMmont [-et, aidât the RàU HomI T«LttOftc«, «orner ^liartraan<l Oamdon atoreeMit c  J.HOPFOM, B. B. MAMAK,  lliœ 7, 1833. ; • FropHetora.  ) ru e to southern travkl-  LBR8. T\VlCE A WEEK.  Tlie Sijynboata to awi from (KÎnd Norfolk  ili cMUnenpf on THÜRS; Xf , the pf Novem-A WEEK—leavipf Bal y"§M>K a»»dNo^lk«v«ry MON9AV.#»d TUURÄ-2 \Y «orajpg «t «Ma. «'«faafr* and oo,juad after  tW wilirun ouTy A WjB|4krllHp>ff; Baltimore every 5wURSllATé««a|%^U| weiy MONDAT morii  FOR SALE,  to nin i  S  r it nine o'clock. ShMhiiiie narig»tio<i of tbf ¡J 'tapac% tecJpttfrng^d, by ice, the paasengen he landed at Afwtapariia aa formerly. The PATRICK HENRY will leave Norfolk try, Twailay atx» Friday mormnv for Richmond,  a ^lining on Fri.lay, SMl KHveMter, and return ery4no<Ujr and W«dae#ty. In cM«MMiot«B* of thia4>lian|  -  2 2  In ctHMuetKt of, toia^ilianfe, tbe 8teani>paab* VlK^l^fi^U ieave Norfolk for Cbarlorttm, C., on I^ttPAYithe Mût November, and l2th cember.  All tiagipn ana parcela at the rvk of the nan.- James Fergus son, Ageat. Nur« 15»-4tm. • .- • ;  The Steamer COl.UM-  BtA, Captai« Jaa. lfetehell, harinjg rraumed htrnfihr ^»ripe bttwe*» Cotawbia, wiH, a«on, ìé*m 1MtMìor«lbr tbe District a every BATUHDAY, at 4 o^clook, R tumine, witt laAvw WMhmgton ft 6£IMf(| -Almi, idrtaat 7- HMy WE|>N«#AY,  r Baltimore, gi—f H- Sep* "  A TRACT OF LANO oontaining between 300 J^k awl 400 acrea, lytng oo tlie PaUixent, in tlie , ¡lrighborhood of Benedict, adapted to the culture of wheat» forn, and tobacco, now occupied by Mr H. Iturtpugha. Inquieepf Rr H. G. 8. Key, Leo nardxtown, St. Wwpy'a coonty. Hd. . A Tract of Land^oiitaiiting between 300 and 400 acre«, lying 09 Matt^woman awamp, (known by the name oTfontainviUr,) in Prince George's county,. lld^ adjoinUif the reaidf nee of the l»te Pltilip, Stuart, aud Or. B 1. Scmmea. Inquire of ' the attbacriber at hia rcaidence, or by letter at Pis cataway. . . R H, STUAUT.  Alao» Ten Sltareaof Stock in the Eabtern Branch Company. R. II. S.  June 36—►tf" ___  VALUABLE OIL PAINTING.  AVERY beautiful copy, by an Italian Art*«, i f TITIAN'S CELEBR ATED PICTURE OF DANJE. will be diapoacd of by tbe drawing of the Virgiuia Sutc Lottery, which will take ptace at Alrxandii», on the 28th insU, the fir*t dnwn number to take the prise. , The Picture is . uf tbe aixe of life, and h pro-nounccd by the beat judges to posacaa extraordinary excellence.  The certificate of Mr. Peraico and of Mr. Cranch, to tlut effect, may be aeeu at the office of the Telegraph, indie basement ataxy of the Atheneum, on Pennsylvania Avenue, where the Painting in now exhibited, free of charg<e. It is ihe property <>f a very reapeetable lady, who took it in discharg - of a large debt due to h«r from the former proprie-to% and who avail« herself of the prraent mode of t&apoaing of it, which s»he h'»pes will enable her to ical ze a mm nearer '»'« value than (>he could expect tvi obtain by aaa'e to an individual purchaser.  Feb, 4—eotf.  SALE OF VALUABLE PROPKJlf*'.  IN pursuance of a decree of the Chreuit'Court of the United 8tttes, sHtmf^ as a CetfK of Equity, for Washington county, hi the Di-rtrfct of Colunri'ii», the aubwiber will offbr at publie aale,  IM04 «erihjia« V thé general office fil New York. > on the 16th day of Februny, in tho year 18W, the A liberal macioont bt-ing made to retail metchamH. foHowing valuab'e property, situated hi (be city . Tbe éltriordinanr benefit and carea which ' of Washington, D. C^ on Pennaylrania Avenue, thouk»na» bar¿ experienced from Ihrwe pilk can :via. '  Court, a deed 10 the «aid property witl be given Side to take p'ace on the premiara, at 4 o'clock, P. M. O. II. WiLTBERGER, Troatee.  EDWARD OYER, Anctioaeer. Jan. 24—eota  V. S. MAIL STKAM-HOAT  accounted for by tbe fart of their being! Lot numbered Five, (i,) in Re*erv«tKX* »inv ro«ided pn tbe wisdom and experience 0» the brred Ten, (10,) with all ha imtTrovementa» prhi> Itrttlah College of Phyttd^s ami Surgeon«, txm. l^g'«, 8to., conmathig of a twfratoiy bHok don; and recommended by the writing« and prac- j ing and Ktore, with other neceaaary buildiMr* at-ttce of Sir Aatley Cooper, J. W. Aberneihy, and tached tlwueto.  Of- Babbingtoft.M well aa bv mo»tof«ie eminent! Term* and condition« of aale are: one third of  RrikCtitioner« of England and the continent. The the- purchase money to be paid in ocah at the tint« mitaof anadvertiaemertt will not »Now of enter- ^of la lei the balance in two equal payments «to^x j upon an exjplanation of the principle on which I and twelve month«, «0 be aecurvd bf bbnda, with « medicine & wired tO jo matiy different com-, approved peoority, hearing interest from the day pUintst experience, h >w$rer, teaches that no di»- j of sale« and upon foil pmbMrnt of ihe purohaae ease whatever can in any war be injured by ¡ta 1 money, and ratification of theaale bytheaforeadki  whife those d aOrders which commonly pre- ~ ...  vail in private and domestic Fife, are a* way a cure« I or much alleviated by it. It may be further remarked, that those who suffer under any long continued UTneas and yet nr gleet a remtdy so much wi'hin the re-ch of every one, and so evidently derigned to hed disease aud a!Kviate the afflictions incident <0 human life, are either fh irgf able * lib prejudice or the omission of an absolute duty.  T he disorders of which msny thoownda hare occurred in testimony of this remedy, are the foU C3HAM PION, AT J O'CLOCK..  THIS splendid Boat has resumed her ran he-twe< n tbia city and AquK Creek, th* United State« Mail, emneot«dkwitlP C'tach«- and H««rsea, South and SMrfhwest, and wi(t continue daily, unless interrnptcd by iee, at 7 o'clock, a. m. WM. P. REYNOLDS Capt. Jan 24—__  MOM AS LLOYD rispectfully informs his friend« »nd the public that he intends having a HALL on Tuesday next, the 37th in»t , at his hotel. He h'8 a apaciout and elegoit room, well adapted for the purpuse, an l no exertions on his pai t, or the manager»', shall be wanting to render 'h. evening's entertainment agreeable. -  Tickt t* c .n be obtained from the proprietor, and at the bar» of Brown's and Fuller'» Hotels, to include two ladies and a gentleman, at two dollars each ticket. Jan. 24—eo3t.  ja, January 13, ffei ' aubacribcrf o^ar for sale the fotlowftt  A., lift of artkjes oonsiantly on hand, for Rail Read», vis. ,  Flat Bara, wiih countersunk holes and ftOtred omts, -  by A, fifteen feet ¡a length, 4 Tb. 68-100 pr. ft. ' . " «« 31h.33.lfl0 " «* » lib. &TAO0 * » «• •« xib. a^ioo  «« 2 H  with Spikes an d Splicingjplates adapted theret Rail Road Car and Locomotive Engine Tire wrought and turned, ready to befitted oh tb wheels, ra. ,  33 in. diam. Height of Flange U In.  Width of Wheel 4| • Tread  FlTHNpfmR.  AMES GREEN rMDCC«fM»r InftinaMt)» t  iLKÖANT CA  yoraer of C  CHITTrS MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE, and OUNGL1SON*d ELEMENTS OF HYGIENE, this morning published and for aale by F. TAYLOR. Practical Treatise on Medical Jurisprudence, by Chit'y, with so much of Anatomy, Phjraiology, P*»holofry, and the practice of medic, ne and aurgeiy, v ia essential to be known by lawyers, coroarrs, magistrates, ofRecra of the way aaid nary, See. kc.. :<nd tbe laws relating to «wdicatpractitiMiera, with explanatory platen and WDtrs ana additions, adapted to American works »nd judicial deci&i >na. 1 volume.  tiUNl LlSON ON HEALTH. The elements  lie, that he haa no# On h»nd, and ia coo-r.tly manu&cturittgat hlaoW eau^liahmeiita, as | of Hygiene, and the influence of atmosphere an > Dove, a general andtxtenafrre Msortment of tlie loca ity, change of air and climate, a^asnns, foo !, nost modern and daMble FUTWll VRK, wluah I ckxhmg, bathing, exercise, sleep, corporeal and )e will ruarantee to be equal to any ever hereto-1 inte lectual purmrta, he. he. Jan. 4.  fore offered in the DiMrie»—having brei» manufactured with thcUtnsoit "care of «elect a»at> rial«, nd by superior workmen -to which he rarticu-rly solicits the Mttcntfam of thoa« deainma of. rniskiag thiiaaelits with My .deacriptkm. of iabinit Furniture, i* the facHHiea whiehii« poa-of maimArirtimi*' : vork «nabka hiaa to ex-cute any owler fsr Rllihaii Hhaba, Bofiu, leds, Matraasea, he.* witiithe «ttaosfcoxpodkion knd upon the moat accwnmodatiag ternaa.  Fuftiture, C*rvDMr, U|dutM«nOff> Repairing tc. promptly attended to.  Also—maho&ony In the log. pbnk, or veneer constantly for aale. |^. lUtf  |/W Cut Chtwuig 7bb*mi - m »mall paper$  »ARE AND VALUABLE WORK.—Geo 1 graphical and Historical Dictionary of A me and tbe West Indira, containing an entire tranalation of the Spanish Work of Colonel Don Antonio Be Alacdo, £aptain of Royal Spanish Guards, and member of tbe Royal Academy of History; with large additjone and compilations from Modern Voyages and Travels, and from original and authentic informations by G. A. Thornpao«, Eaq. in 6 vols- 4to. Price #30. , This wivk ia extremely scarce, and not to be i+d in aav other Bookstore in the country. For sale by P. THOMPSON.  Feb. 4.  Dy>.pepMi ahfl the tMlcle of tb«ae disorders »rising from habitual comtipstlon of the bowehn— apoplety and all affections of the head—goHt— rheumatism—fccrofu'a, wiih every specie» of salt rhehm and diso-ders of the skin—consumptive cough—fiver dis. ase and »he efiec's of in'emp. r ance—fevers and inflammatKína—itumUce—dropsy—piles—gravel—gleet—and otn-. r diseases of we nihiary and gmitel or(jtn<.  They áre also eminently useful in the wh'de cla?s « f di*ordf rs termed nervous and hvst ric»l, aa well as certain others which are peculiar to the f male constitution. In small and suitable doses nothing can be more safe ami beneficiul in the common Complaints of children, particularly in affections of the head, stomach, and bowels.  The directions which acoompany these p lls are ala.) remarkably plain and particular. The pro pet» dose and management bring mentioned under the head of each disorder separately.  It only n*>w remains to guar I tbe pubic against the sale of spurious HVgei n Pill«; th» se, how< v-er, may he easily defected by exam ning tlie signature on the envelope of every package. None are genuine which are not signed as follows-  «JOS. RALPH, M. I».  " Graduate of the University of Edinburgh, Member of the Rcyai College of Surgeon«, London, Lecturer on Midwifery and the di<e*Sf S of Women and Children, and author 0t the Domestic Guide to Me licine." N. B—Dr. Ríuh'i Domes'i c Guide ii a small volume, drhigned for the u.*e of every family, particularly those res d'Og in the country. It s written in me plainest manner, and is intended to *pe. cify morepaniculsrly th >se diseases to wh<ch the Hvp*ian Pills are adapted, and the munner in which they ahuuld be taken.  W. KIRKWOOD, Corner of 11th street ami Penn. Avenue, Agent for the District. Jan. 16. [Telegraph.]  VETERINARY SHOEING SHOP. 4 1-2 Street, Washington CVy.  II HE subacr ber, in return for the unprecedented patronage w'iich he his received, would coiu^der aitrnt gratitude no longer a v.rtnr; 1  he therefore publcly and gra-e'ully returns his most «ncere thanks to his num-roii« patrols in the District ofColumb a and its vicinity, f >r tVir patronage and support. He w aild fur her in r  -rm the members of Congress, ami other g ntl -n.en visiting the city, who have valuable and favorite horsea, that he is nrepared at all time*, wi h the uto ' * despatch, to SHOE or otherwise a tend to auch horse% aa maybe sent to h*s a'<op. He wil) also, w thprompt tude, attend nny gentlemnn who may wiah to consult him, concerning sny natural or accidental diaease of that noblest of brute creation. He respectfully and earnestly hopes, wbt n it is known a»a considered that he served 12 years in the flow«' of Vie British Cavalry, as Smith and Farrier, on various arduoua continental duty, and that he otherwise practised Ins profe«aion with al-moat unparalleled success in many cities in Europe, and with what success for years pant in tins city, be leaves for his fellow citizens to s lie will only (without forth« r prolixity,) say that b" advic« when consulted in Veterinary cases shall he al-  T'  HANDS MK PAIR OF HORSES.  f ■ VIE purchaser of he very beautiful pnir o I dun Hor*es, lately the property of Gen. (Ions?, deceased, having been disappointed in the conveyance of them youth, offers tliem at private s <le tifl Thtirsdw, 29ih instant, When they will be exposed to public sale, in front of Brown's Hotel, :it lulf past 4 o'clock. Should they not be previ 011- y dispos d ol privately, they c »n be seen in the ii.t run at Pumphrey's Stables. Apply to  EDW'D. OYER, Auct'r.  Jw. 26—dtTh  THE NEW FASHION HAT.  A FULL supply mf this neat new fashion Hat, diffVring entirely from'all former fashions, is now ready for sale »t 4 and >5.  8. W. HANDY, Jan. 26—St. between Gtdsby'a snd  Brown's ho't-ls.  from the  LORILL ARB'S «ad «In. O. B.M®er»% con _________________________  stantly kept on hand fresh from the Manu-1 of^rtòusTìaes, which will be sold unusually low'  office tape.  rriHE subscriber h^a recently received five W' hundred dosen 6e«(red Tape'for office use,  I factory. A to«, the very beat Cavendiah» from the first houses in Richmond and Lynchbuo^W for re-tail, at tbe old Sniiff, Tobkoco» and Fimcy Btotia, between 11th and 12th Streeta, Pennsylvania Av-Lnue.__t. J0HWSON #   Defence of noh*wi carouna from i  THE ASPERSIONS OF MfL JEFF BR-1 SON.—Just published and for aale by F^ TAYLOR, a Defence of th« Revohuiteary History of the State of North Carolina from the.Aspersions ofM'. | JefT.rson, by Jo. Seaweii J«nea,of lihoeeo, North ] Carol aa, in one vohmr. . Jao. 14.  GOSLIN'S CELKKKATBO FRENCH CHEMICAL BLACKING, Unequalled hf uny in Ik» IPorlel  at the wholesale and retail stationary, music, and fancy atore, by W. FISC H BR. J¿. 31. (Tel.) __  « li| virtues, nothing earthly could surpass her, Save thine incomparable Oil, Macassar!"  iOWLAND'3 MACASSAR OIL, for sale J. F. CALLAN.  nowi % b l  Othnt'o, or Pead Dentifrice.  A Pure white and highly approved Dentifrice, for Cle; nsing, Wbitcn ng, Beautifying, and Preoemng th« Teeth.  Also—.CMeriae Tooth Wash and Chlorine Tooth Paste, for sale by J. f. C ALLAN. F^b. 4.  OWEN, M^c^r T.uo.,  LAN's I »nig Stores, comer of K and 7th streeta, or at corner 4 1-3 atreek «ad PenMy*«"* Avemie.  Only try it.  r  jNfli B. •  MRS. ELIZABETH w. STR0THER, hav-  ing temoved to » llui^ and ccuiinHMlMMi' house (on l3th-s.treet, near the Pennsjrhranla Ave-nue, and in the immediate vicinity of %*r*Skhe Office,) containing twenty roota*, includiagHa 11 some parlours, Would be ^adlo aocommodate, _ libarnl terms, Membera t^CcMgresa, nlerka, aud i ges contiguous wkh his t»de  o'her gentlemen. ''  L --  Two Stables and Carriage Houses op the pre mises. / ' Nov. 4tt  (Seven fhtUdinga,) ESPRCTFULLY informs the citiaena Wa^iipgton, Georgetown, Alexandria, and tiuer vicinity, toat he haa' tpd in a 'large aaaort ment of Fashionable Fall and Winter Good«, which he haa selected from the several respective import ingand other establishments in New York a«d Philadelphia. He h^sKkew'iae made fwmngeoaenta in London, by wbieh tie will receive the Fashions reeolarly every month, a'id many other advauta •» /. , ^ b. o. solicit« an  CEYLON OIL, for the pr*en*rim aodJ growth of the Huir.—Thts bewttiftt! aniiwal  Oil restores Hair upon Baki Heada, foatrwnmd_______  nourishes the roots, which prevents it from AHiog j him with, out, removes all dandruff and eruption« from thfc | ^. g/ head, at the same thne cAusesthe hair to curl, imparting twit a beautiful Hi-stm For wde hy  j. F. CALLANj Waahmgton.  Dec. 12.  inspection of his goods, by which he hopes to re ceiv^a share of their patronage.  He returns his ¿neere thankato his ohl friends for their past f-vor*, iwwlnoh -he flatters himaelt he has exercised all indefatigability to pk*ae» and in which they may depend on b a exerting to all the fhtureorders tint theymay he pleased to fiavor  K  Dec.  EEPMAKE for 1 Keepsake, for 1334 price ¿6. For sale by  12-  Navml and M'ditary Uniforma, Fimef Coa tume^, Bidmg Habit« ami PeKssea, and «ver utfae er aiHie?« «otmected with tit» varions branchas oí hia tvede, executed m the beat style and wurk-uiansHip* Nor. 13—3taw2m.  «1 —I  P. THOMpSON. To ali Agenta for Land C&mi> ftHshnh SpolibtiohiifV  GEORGE TEMPÉfeMAlt, ^««slt^ l'uller's Hotel, Penmylvaniir AYem*-, hM Waale aU Joumala of Congr««tf ! front 177* to l»é »Con-  Ï  36  44  54  60 •« ««  Height of Flange Width of Wheef Treçd  Height of Flange Wi&i of Wheel Trèad  Height of Flange Width of Wheel Tread  Height of Flange  Car  Width of Wheel 4| Tread 3[  . E. V. Patent Chain Cable Bolts for Ri axles, in lcnfftli« of 12 feet 6 inches, to 13 feét 2J, S3, 3i, 3?, and 3 i inches diameter.  Chains for lnoliiwi Planes, short snd stay finks, uuim&fturcdTrom the E.y. Cable Bolts, and prbr-'«t ^e*neat«|t sfratti.  ., a IHwilMli «iima fjtf Inclined Planes, m*de of iÎtw fi jham ^X*" x,..  Everyde«rip6ono?BatT#k¥ ìré^W^W Locomotive Ënginesi, imported at the ahortest notice, an? I under tlie inspection of one of our partners, who resides in England fortius purpose.  a. tc 6. ralston.  Jan. 16—d3m.  tt> 'ctir public-  Sne subacrtber, after yeara of patiant pene-vtring, and noat expensive «xperiaèents, on ttWectM Stegm, haa at Ut* »rrived at a moat himpy and auCtìiàsful tenmnatiort of hìs Lhora. R& Ìmprev^l Steam ItttUiy, for capacity, s-m-bHóity, effltóéncy, and duratarlity, will bear i proud compsri-.wi wWi a«y pkoe of machinery, or nk«ha|dcai structare, at pHtsent in «xisténeie. Hh hnptived ' Boiler or Stetti Gènerator 00» bine^ in ita Mvtfcture, ili tlioie athranftaM or uiefol qualities trbich eitber acietie« devlaes ur ood sense requlres, vht. It reqtrirea the leaM pOa-ble quantity òr fu«V beiag so eonsCme^ed that  , _/ebrv»ry,181*. itti tealod mi «ndavaed, will be Hweiredby-t^e Soan| of Navy Commission, era, at th«far OfKc^ tM'ifim o'clock, P. M. of the MOMtdofMM hext, for ««mWiing and ! del|verfi«MinUt9a^ THd, Washington, 5 O. t'»e Mhwnaá ffiwui lotion of ChaAh C^ile Irón, rix. Ö.lW ÄIs. ^'incl.e« diameter—56 inchea  i diametfcr—33 inches*  l<Ur*BlOMU-10i  éspthiHi leh»A. ^jcs end Boté, S| Indios diameter—27 inches  ftoh» ht WhgtH. t& end liaka^ 91-1« bebes diameter-2J inches  each, lit length. ' 9 anchor rfi aèfcTei W eonntotSng rfiackle»—18  •wivel pieces »9 box piece«. ' 9 anchor shkekle*—63 esnnt eüng dhactíea—18  swivel piece»—• bo« pleoea. 13 feet 6 inches of 4J by 3| inehea eeW pm  , iron—in length« off foot 6 inches. * 45 |eet of 3* by 9| Hich?s ova! jiln iron—bt  léngtlisofífcet. 12 feet of 3f by 34 inches owl oía ítw in  , j hsngths of Ï foot 4 inches 43 Ibét of 3 by 2* inches ovai pin iron—in lengths of J fret.  and drawlng rtjowiiythe shape* and di.  tite temperature of the stètaà  It i« complet^lp gtuirded aCvhM^ injury and the danger of explosioir from the detWiahlon of the sediment It Wriea the leist p«e«hl« otMuitity of water and exposes the grrttfeot p<^alble «ariiée to Oie Are, and must ofconrse, fori s c^MWhy, b« íghter and occupy less space than sityMftcr fom of boiler. It may easily, and alwaya should be so constructed as to give all possible and r^aaona-ble assurance ofaafety against the daftgert ot ex» plosion and accidenta Hyfh'e. Pnrauant to pnbhe notice in the topers bf this city, hb improved Steam Rotary Engirfe, being a snudi mode) of ten inches in diametei, w»a twice ptablicly exlribüed, under the action of h%h »teaìki hèf Oft «any of the  l>ôxe* andpfn iroii,wfllVe fomiahed upon applica* tlon tè Hie Ootnmaitdhif OWeer of the Navy Yard. WájrtNftéte All the aaid irtm «hail be American, and o» thébOstqtiaHty, fcnd Mall be manufactured . ^ TteteM bar twih. cut. piled, and rolled to about twtf tubes diameter, then cut, piled, and rolled to the required sites. The iron for tft«eMlèsi )ArÌvefs, and box pieces, and the pin iron, s'iku behartiltirred to the f*«pec»ive shapes, and or ilimetrtion»—the whole of the said frati shall free froth flaws, raw and fogged ends, a»3 ifll other d^foc*®. and shall be delivered in stralglit lengths: On deliretj; the wtfd. iron will he liwimcted, tested, and proved,. in a manner that >vill efffecnjally determine whether ft is allofpro-  H aa» i|tTi«riM Mtnw Uoara,  Quarter Muter*» Offre, 9th January, 1835  first min of the nation, mo«t, if not kn of ^'»^HiÄÄ^ í^eb^SÍS S^l^í ^ were highly gratified wHh its simpHeity ùt om kìl^^^ 'r ^^  of  ^ contract, undér Struction »nd p^rreci péw'^f'nance. Burft^ncÒMMg  äirS^Ä^If^ O^e fhírd of ,each wise and of each description  W®^ 01 »^ » Î toío deHy^ çh or bef »ré the 99th day of May  ¿fttoót a oottmlete rcfoiaÜon. I - - ° F thc díiy   1st. "It* velodiy. bt- the r»l*rty of ^ «m«o« ^¿^  from t .  _ ÉO great th» it ntv r eah be mppliet* — — 1  T«i W ee^ttith w ll he ththbeil from the  practical or useful purpose, exceft for ' for which >bey admil «tatiAed. This objection  waya candid artd chai gc% moderate, for he thinks {  with the old man of Scio, that  " Who dares think one thing and another tell, My aoul detests him as the gates of hill " The public'sobedient servant,  M FOY,  Veterinary Surgeon and Horse Shoer and Dee. i4—eo3m Smith in general.  MARSHAL'S SALE.  IN virtue of two wnta offieri facia*, issued f the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of District of Columbia, for Washington coun' v, and to mc directed, I ahall expose to public aale, for. cash, on Tuesday, tlie ¿0th day of Jsnuary next, at 10 o'clock, A M* before the Coui t-house doof ol ««id county, all the rigM, title, and interest, Matthias JeHers, in and to tlie folloM-ing property, viz. North half part of lot No. seven, (7) in square No. two hundred and fifty-six, (256,) in the Cily of Washington, twenty-two feet seven and a hall inches front, and seventy-two feet six inches deep, with the improvements thereon—being one two story Biick House, and oiher out buildings—scix-e.d and taken as the property of tlie sa d Matthias J'-fTers—sold to satisfy an execution in favor of Richard I'eters; also, one other execution in favor of George Johnson.  ALEXANDER HUNTER, Marshal. Dec. 27—dts  The above gale is postponed until Tuesday, tlie 12th of February next,—same hour and place.  A. HUNTER, Marshal,  FOR RENT.  r | VIE subscriber offers for rent ■ that large and elegant House on H street Nerth, between 13th and 14th streets West, erected bv  SEPARATE PROPOSALS wiU be received at th s office until the 9th of February next, for mrnishing the following articles for olotbing for the Marine Corps, vit:  5000 yaws of grey twilled Kersey, 6-4 wide exclusive of lift.  125 gross Marine Jacket Buttons.  4000 3 ands of yellow wonted Lace, f inch wide.  4000 pair 8hoea.  2000 pair Woollen Socks.  1800 pair Lirten Overalls.  1200 Linen Jacketa.  3500 Cotton Shirts.  1000 Knapsacks.  1000 Leather Stock  Santplee of the different articles can be seen at this omce, and the offices of the officers commanding marines at Portamouth, New Hampshire; Ch rlestown, Massachusetts; Brooklyn, New Yorkj Philadelphia; and Norfolk, V.rginia; tlie whole to be of domestic manufacture, and to be delivered at the Marine Clothing Store in Phi'adelpbia, on or before the 30th day of April next, in good, new, strong paekmg boxes, for which no charge will be allowed, free of expense-to the United States, and subject after delivery to the Inspection of auch persons aa tbe Quarter Master may appoint. The propoaaia to be endorsed, " Proposals for Marine Clothing." E.J. WEED, Q. M. M. C.  for wb»eh 'hey ad mitt  «Ä^ÄÖ^^rss: 1 at ír  can give it Its ùhnmited capacity for taking np  ÄSSfcn" . T « b ' P-^-t <-lM « «»k I» th« Olrt». N-  s. J ^».kAmíI Thk <M«#iinn pe'TOrntance of the contract. Which WÜMn no be pre-eminently qualified. Th* O^eetion eon-1 ^ ^ ^ ^  tf  »----  with ih alï t-eupect».  stitutes one of its most valuable qualities, and for this alone, it would stipd unrivatled id.the history of sti am engines. Thousands have lamented the want of activity in their steam engine*, but no one ever complained of sn excess of either power or motion, which he could not control.  3d Objection. «»There will be too rmtel frittion from the packing." It is easily demO'strated that this objec ion, i« also without foundation. If  _ the sixteenth day of February next, for furnishing  the piston of a common engine present an area of I »nd delivering at the Navy Tarda herein mention-fifty Superficial inches* and the crank be 18 inches, r - -----  assorted  with a swe p of three feet, and the rotary be a wheel of three feet diameter, with a valve of fifty su erftcial inches, it is evident that there will be precisely thc same packing required in the one as the other, and that the friction in both would be tlie same, did not the valve in tbe rotary alwaya run in the same direction, while the piston is compelled one half its time to pursue a retrograde motion, which grrea a decided advantage ta  the valve over the piaton, both in packing and ____ _ __  friction. In addition to the ^«lve, a semicircle of I quaUttf of tlie ¿me~srtk&«Ta" d^Tite" m sam the wheel on each aule, must be packed In that  lt  the aeVcr^l Navy Yards, and at Baltimore. paH of a rotary where the «team acta, and this ia The Pea Jackettmust be of two tit*, eorrespond-all; but in a common engine, m addition to the to the measures numbered /»»and three on  The Portsmouth Gazette; Evening Post, Boston; Evening Post, New York; Amerioan Senti nel, Philadelphia« and Norfolk Herald, will re specthrely give the above three insertions per week till date. Jan. 12—3tawtd  galveston bay and texas land company t >  NOTICE.—A meeting of the shareholders of the Galveston Bay and Texas Land Campa ny, wilj be held at the Shaksp«are Hotel, at the corner of Ka«sau and Fui on streets, i« t'ie city of New York, on the segond Thursday of April next, (9thÌ at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, -for the purpose of amending the Articles of Association and conferring additional powera on the Board of Director*.  WM. M. WILLSON, Secretary. New York, 21«t Jaimarv, 1835—Feh. 6—d2w  COURSE OF PRACTICAL ANATOMY, BY THOMA8 MILLER, M. D.  WILL commence on the 10th instant at 6 o'clock, p. m. and terminate on the 1st of MartQh, 1835- ' Students of med cine and others who desire to attend this course, will oblige Dr. Miller by meeting him at h» rooms cm lOtli street on the above day and hour.  Fee for the course, $10.  Nov. 7—dtMl. [Telegraph.]  Count Demenou, and at present in the occnpanor  of his excellency the French Minister. The house possesses every convenience for the accommodn tion of a large establishment, is in the Immediate vicinity of the President's house snd public of fices, and has an abundant supplr of the very best water within a few Steps of the door.  Possession may be had oh the first of June en suing.  Apply to W. W. BILLING, Agent fbr the proprietor, 13th street, between G and H streets.  April 12.—2awtf  n)serve the cause of justh'r.  WHEREAS ABEL WILEY, supposed to have been a native of New Jers- y, a't an-ner by trade, married to Sarah Ann Roswe'l, ot Georgetown, or Alexandra, D. C. about the year 1803, moved to Washington County Tennessee, in 1806-—died without heirs in thi* cefontry in 1821, possessed of a tract of land «aid cotmty, supposed to be worth from $700 to ft000. His widow became the wife of the undersigned in 1822, and died in 1833. It is supposed that th -above Mr. Wltey, had a chil l by u former mar riage: this is to hotify the lawful heir or heirs of said Wil*y, if living, to cbme iorward. properly identified, and take possession of. the Estate.  Washington henshaw.  Oreeft Co. Tenn. Jan 9ft 1835. p. s. Editors miy serve the c <asa of justice by giving the aboye a plate in their papers. W. H. f«o.2.—10».  RACES TO COME.  f ■ 1 'IE closing of the Breeder's Suke, to be run | over the Washington Course, (advertised to be closed 1st February.) is postponed until tbe 1st of April To come off 2d Tuesday in May. Jan. 26.—eo5t.  INDESTRUCTIBLE WRITINO INK.  IT is known that Chlorine or Solution of Potash, when passed with a feather of a quill over writing, will destroy it, and one may again write on the same place, so as to change the date, sum, or condiion} of any written agreement.  Thi« invalu tble Ink cannot be destroyed by time or c'lemical process, as experienced hy several prof ssional chemists.  This Ink has also been highly approved of by all the Professors of Bowdoin College, and the certificate of Piofe«aor Cleaveland, a aistinguished chemist, is hereunto annexed:  ** Bavxswicx, June 6, 1834. "It is hereby certified th«t Mons. La Baov haa requested me to examine some ink of his manufacture, with reference to ha power of resisting the aetion of chemical agents. I found its pbwer of resitting chlorine and aplution of pqtaah, decidedly auperior to any record ink with which 1 am at quainted. (Signed)  PARKER CLEAVELAND. This Ink is now for sale at BARNARD 81 RAY MOND'S Drug Store, Pennsylvania Avenue. Also, by LE BRON. Price 50 cts per bottle Feb. 7—dlw.  EDIOO-C HI RU RG1C A L REVIEW.—Con fj tens of the Medico-Cli rurgical Review for October, 1834: A< L .1. Leçons Orales de Clinique Chirurgicale fates a L'Hôtel Dieu de Paris; par M Dupuytren. Art. 2. Pathological and Surgt-eal Observations on Disease of the J&ints Art. 3 Physiologie Végétale. Art. 4. An Inqùiqp into the' Nattire of Sleep and Death.  Subscriptionsrec ivedby Jan 26 PISH E Y THOMPSON.  perfumery, fgl HlS MORNING, received at CALLAN'S H Drug Stores, the mrist elegant assortment of Perfumery, ever oflrred for sab; in this District— among fchich are the celebrated CKYLON OIL, Oil ol Tyre, for the hair, Kowland*s Macawor Oil, Perfumei? for Wardrobea, Florida Water, fee. ' Jan-26  $800 reward1 "AN AWAY from the subscriber's farm, on Broad Wit), Loodoo county, Virginia, on ti^ hiehrot' thbmit ult., TWO NEGRO MEN, caÜsdrCharlcs fook, «ml Joe Cook. Charles of black complexion, about six feet high, well lormed, and Hkely, »Äd ^hout -39 or 93 yeaM^of age; Helfta^ be etaHly identified by a remarkable  _____________„, ¡¿af on «ne of his e«r«. Jbe—broker of Charle«  grewional DoonnMents froii 1805 to 1834—all I  e f „uhejMighter conrolcxioii, about the same Document« relating to S^aliaöikna on • oöf Coo»' I forts and height, of gootf appearanee, but haa a merce—Land Claim»—Penatoa, fco Together h'» walk, aM is «oppose* to be 25 or 96  With a collection of valoabft books on various sub. J  yeMn  old.  A 1   OF SH«RfFFS.—The Febnwy Number of the Law Library^ this day received and ready for distribution by P. TAYt.OR, contains ihecon-elusion of Watson on the Office and Duties of Sheriffs, with Itwleke«, Appendix, kc. Tlnfe treatise h contained in a full and Complete form, in two hnmbers of the Law Library, and ia furnished to subscribers at one dollar and sixty-seven cents, or ^eighty three cents per number. The copy from which this was reprinted, coat the puhlisher of the Law Library over «bt dollars. The Law Library is pttbtfshed in monthly numbers; subscription price ten dollars per annum, and rvprints for that sum an amount t>f Kngli-b legal works which Wodld cost,- If' purchased in the usual law book fern», not less thu» sixty dollars?  lad'triduals wishing to become subscribers, are invited to lt?ave their mmes with tbe adveitiaer, at the Waveriy Circulating Library^ immediately east of GadAy*« Hotel; from which the work will be sertt (securely enveloped) to any part of the United States. Apf^catkms by mail promptly at tended to. Feb. 5.  M'  J^cts, at very low rates.  Jan. 9  »LAYING CARDS, for «ala b; Jan. 15.  ri  CALLAN.  PERCUSIÓN C AP«; jpwj «ale by J. p. callar.  Jan. 15.  razor J^OOGERS'S  ,PS~AND HONES. ^ * andillM«.  Fifty Dollars reward will be give« for **cb, If taken in Maryland, or Ohe Hurtdred Oollara for each, if taken and sroured beyon« limits of Maryland. AH reasonable • tmpmrnfiJfW, if brought home.  J. L. MetBJWk-y tT Those mei> were see^, in company Witt three others who had also absconded, pasaing at nü<l-4ay on the 95th inat. through Gettysburg, Pa ooHw way, it ia supposed, to York. Any; co«s-munkation, addreated to Leeaburn wilibe atien Jedtt». " i. L. McKt  ' Itfly fcflawtf  OLD CREAM.—Tbe admirable qualities of _ this elegant article in cleaning, >oftening, and preaerving the «kin» and. in rendering ctimplexionMelics^ely fair and beautiful, have oc* c»sioned it to supersede all others» Kxperienoe 1 aa increased Its character—opposition more clearly shows ita superiority, it will completely rsnapve redness, sun burns, and freckles; and ita cooF.ft* balsamic qu^liti^s rendrrit t-xcrllent for infantv aa H keeps the skin soft, oool, sod free Çcni dryness. It is h ; ghly r commended for the  KSSAGF.S, VE1 OBS, &c. of ANDREW JACKSON.—Just pubh&hed and fur Spile by F. TAYLOR, complete in one volume» the Annual MHKages, Veto Messages, Proclamation &c. of Andrew Jackson, President of the United States, neutly baif bound, price one dollar. Jan. 26.,  NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW for 1835— The January Number of the North American Kevit w is this day recti veil "by F. TAYLOR, and rek- !y for distribution at the Warerjy Circulating' Library immtdiately East of G^daby's National Hotel, where individuals wishing to subscrihe. are invited to appfy, and from which the work will be * nt in perfect safety to any part of the United SUtes  Applications by mai) immediately attended to.  Miss,MART!neairs WORKS — Lately received and foraaleby F. TAYLOR, Ireland. Co tsin Marshall, Brooke and Brooke Parti^HoOrs Abhoad, EHa of Garireloch, Oemerara, Weal and Woe, A Manchester fetrike, i^c., all jurinted of a uniform sixe. Pries 23 etfatt iach. Jan. 2i:  N'  EW POCKET |fAP OF LOUISIANA, _ MISSISSIPPI, A|iO ALABAMA.—Just published and for sale by F. TAYLOR, atthe Wrtverly Circuiting Library, immediattly east of Gadsbv's Hotel—  A perfectly new Mat) of th$ State« of AUbaiba, LoUivana, and Mississippi, on a large scafe, coo-t^niiig the three Stites bn* the gjime sheet, WMtly hduna for the pocket, exhibiting die suge and  ¿ parpases, by many families who haveexn«- ^eamboat routea^cauntiy, popnlation, and[other red i s beneficial effects. Pr.ce onlv 25 cents; statical deUit«, brought up to the close of 1834. , with wery other kirul of Per&imerv, at HeautifuUy engravsd and colored, and wili be esale and retail Stationary a«d Music ! fou '4upon cxaminatumtobe unquMtionably the W. FISHER, i^Bit'OOTORfW aiìd otìteét map of tboae«tatea  i ^ |everpóbwiied.  Jaa.31  net, Pehtnjivanlan, Baltimore Republican. . Feb. 7—tawtd, __ _  navy slop clothing.  Natt Commissiskbrs' Omca,) 91st Jamiary, 1835. 5 PROPOSALS, sealed and oivdorsed, will be _ received by the Board of Navy Commi» ion-ers st tbe* Office, until three o'clock, P. M., of  el, the following articles ef Slop Clothings via. 700 Drab Pea Jackets, 2000 Duck Frocks, 2000 Pain Duck Trowsen, 2000 White Flannel Shirta, 1500 Paita White Flannel long Drawers, 3000 Pairs I,eather eetued Shoes, of aa silsea,  1000 Slack Silk Neck-han dkerchiefr—-size of sample.  The said Slop Clothing must conform to the  piston, there is the piston rod, valve rods, slide ralve«, pocket valves, side laws for the piston rod, air, or vacuum pump, tvi'h all ka apparatua, ec-eentriea, cranks, c » n-xnng roth, alia bearings,  atid niany other tli i.gi a 1st ended v^'itli more or  the schedules, in equal proportièm. The Duck Frocks and Flannel Blurts must Ttitprnid to the respective measure« numbered he» en the. schedules. The Duck Trowsers must be at thrtimes corresponding to Mie measures numbered fkree,  less friction, which taken coUectrrely produce a U^  %n Ajfae, on the schedules, awl in the propor^ qoantity of friction equal totentimes the amount of threleighthe of each of tile sbes numbered of the semicircular packing in the wheel of aro- tliree and fbur, and tw+eigktke efthesixe number-tary. As to the facilities of packiog with e.ther  C(1 fiye . The FlAnnel Drawers thti< be Ktwo mzee, hemp or metallic jvackmg, the rotary has decidedly corresponding to the fol'owing m**«**: length the advantage over the Common engine. Thua,  t0  w«istb-,ni, 43 inches for the firtt -lke, and 47 if the objebnon that the rotary k burdened wwh h nc h« for the second aire, length of wristband, too much friction, could be clearly demonstrated 35 inchesfor the first, and 36 U^hea for the second by facts, it would be ea*y to prove, that a tew  8l «« and, breadth in the aeat when doubled, thir-pressure en.' ne could not mova at all, but the fact U^n for the first and fourteen inches for the  ia that a well constructed rotary, on my present improved plan, will have much less resistance from friction, thin any reciprocating engine of the same power can possibly have.  The 3d and last objection, or rather query, is, " Can you get power from auch an engine!" The  second aixe$ in the proportion of one third of the first «ase, andim>-lAinrf>of the second size. The Shoea shall be of assorted large sizes, and not more titan one-lifth of the whole quantity shall be of smaller sixes than the samples. Individuals wishing for other information are referred to the  marshal's sale.  IN virtue of a writ of fieri facias or judgment of condemnation issued from the clerk's office of the Circuit Court of the District of Cohimbia, for the county of Washington, ahd to me directed, I shall expose to public sale, on Thursday, the 26th day of February next, at 10 o'clock,' a. m. before the Courthouse door of aaid county, all the right, t tie, and intérest,of Israel T.Canby,ln and to twelve Land Certificates in the Crawfordsville Land. District, in the SUte of lirmois—signed by * Israel T. Canby, Receiver.^ drawn in f*vor of WilBam Hendricks, an»f % him endorsed on the 14th March, 1834—dated respectively, viz. No. 15,173, October lQth, 1331, containing 290 acres PS hun-dretbs. No. 15,174, ' s^raé dite, coht^nlhg 80 act««. No. 15,175, teme date, containing 80 seres. No. ' 15,175, same date, containing 80 acres* No. 1^176, s/me date, cdbtaining 8tì acres. No. 15,253; dated 15th Oct. 1831, çcmUining 80 acres. No. 15,750, dated 16th Novem v >er^itel, C0nt«in-iag 160 acre«. No. 15,751, «ame date, contuining 80 acres. No. 15^80, elated 5th Nov. 1831, con-taining ìtìO acres. No. 15,581 same date, con-ta'riing 160 acres. No. 15,693, dited ÎÎovember 14th, 1831, contailiing 80 aères. No. 15,843, dated Nov. 24th, 1^1, containing 80 acrea. No 15,844, a-tme d^te, containing 8U acrea.  Seized a^d taken Aa the property of the said Isarel T. Canby, and sold to satisfy said execution in fatar of the United states,  ALEXANDER HUNTER, U. States Marshal for the District of Columbia. Jan. 21 —dts ,,„'__  laws of the united 8tates  from 1789 to 1834. fVlHE LAWS,, from the first to the 19th Con »; gres« inclusive, or from March 4th, 1789. to M»rch 3tU 1837, aire included in aeren volumes, thè first five volumes of which wefe pubBihed by Blomt fc Dûaiièf the I h vo>tmfe,hy Davts 8c Foroe; the 7th vedume, by Wm. A- INrna, Esq. These srren volume» are ¿ompleted by the Pamphlet Laws of the 90tl^21«t,knd 9~2d Congresses, and the Fb*f Se#oii*t)f the 93d Congreaf. fe M aeven pan* phfets. The Subscriber can frtfnlkli full seta, of th« aboVe volume«, and pamphlets, together with an In dcx io the first seven Volumes. Be also, haa a eonrideriahle Collection of rare Books, which he willseR kt very loarprices.  GEORGE TOJtPLEMAN, Book Store oppovte Fuller's Hotel, Pennayhra-nui Avenuë. ' Jan. SS^tf.  answer to tKia » essjr Steam ia an abstract power, respective Commanding Officer» of the different which, other circumstances being equal,^ alwaya  NaV y Yanla for the fSrther «pecificalions of the exerts the same influence, and produce« the same «eaaures referred to io «ia advertlaement, and for results. Now, if the valve m a rotary present a th e qtn fity of the different articles, rerfsting surftce of fifty inches to the steam, m a  A fl the said article of Slop Clothing must be wheel of three feet diameter, *nd a common p»»- objected to imch infection u the CorSmi^onr™ ton pre^t fifty inches with an lS inch orank or of the Navy shandliST and must be folly equS three feet sweep, it is «Veari^aelf evKkat ^ the  tothe  wtmples and in all other respects in .t. ict pmsureof the sttam or berth will be the^same, UonfortniW to the terms, etiptttaJoSTind coadi-and the pow» eommumeat-d to each, will be the Uons of the contract, or theTwin be rejected-same m the »hstraet, bat the «^toramoontof  lhf y must also be delivered at either of tliTw^ power commttnicsted to the two shafta toe Je Yards at Charlestown.Massachusetts, or BrooklyiJ use ami benefit of the owner, w.Hbe vastly <fef-  Ncir  York, the Commiasioners may direct on or b£ forent. The power ewated on the valve in the I , orc  ^e fit«t day of June, I835, packed Wi good rotasy ia always at the aame distanee from | tight, suh^antial, and dry packing boxes, and in  g^frjng order, all at the expense ahd r'iak of  The priée» aifcttf for tike »everaT denommat'ions of articles must be meori price*, * iihput regard to the several sixes, and must be calculated to cover evettéfcpehee àftendfrig the folfifineirt of the contract», until the articles haye passed inspection, beep approved, ahd received. Proposals to be «•dje for 8hom<Mpârattly from other aitielef.  Ten p^ cetrtum will be withheld from the amount or each delivery made, as collateral security,irt addition to the bonds given to secure the performance of contracta, wh'ch will in no ease be paid Until the contracta shall be oomplied with in all respects. ,  To be published twice a week in tlie Globe, Natibnal Idtetfigencer, United Stitea Telegraph, Eastern Ar^us, New Hampih re Gazette, Com-mefc'al GÉtttté. New York Evening Post, New  the ahaft, and its 'nfiuenee communicated to] the dkaft fbr the use of th« owner ia the same in evety section of the wheel, while the crank has two dead and only two living in its whole revolution, whtte it can retmto through the shaft to the owner any thing like an equknUeat for the weight of steam on tbe piston. Their relative powers may be thus demonstrated» Let a drum of three feet diameter he wrapt with a thou< sand feet of rope, to which fasten 1,000 pounds weight, and let it run down into a well of that depth off the side of the drum« let another rope of the same length, with thesame w^ght; unwind tself from round alboard three feet wid<s and but one inch thick, with an axle through Ma centre; let each atxle be geared to a grind-stone, and see winch grind-stone will do most execution during tbe descent of the tWtt weights, tto one can deny but the weight on the drum or eyttnder will 4«  umnof«Uamconstantly exerthi^it»poweroath«| Saw.  periphery of a wheel wtil return for use, "nearly if t ————>■*•'.......•*■ —.......... -—-  not quite, double the powerin the shaft that thai THE STEAM BOAT «ENTUC K.Y AT  sam« columns of steam exalting it« bftoenoe on the piston of a common engine can nosaibly re. turn. The improved rotary, proportWoed fb kta power, takes up but little space, ia*ery light, and much lev« expense than «»e commoii esiglne, is not liable to get out of order, and requires nodai* ly engineer to «top it and pto*it4it mdtSsn; andthe subscriber p'edges • hi* reputation that bis improved rotary and boiler, when huilt wMt the aame •neatness and accuracy required ia aM high pres . -  M  -sure engines, will do ^loebli the etexmtton, ¿afith the same lutA, of any engine, whether high pwra». *' * sure or low, now exw'ing in the world. Theaoft» «crib er is now ready to aeocmimodMe alt thban who wish to purchase patent righU for the abov« engines an l boiler», or to furnisn «hen> ready built and warranted, as shall bestauit purchasers. ' E. BALDWIN, Patentee,  ' * bawx o* th* Mrraopous, ?  3d J inuary, 1839. J fflHK Bpaid of Direttori of th* Bank, h»vè J| declared a dîvidènd of 4 per cent «n tiâ capital atock. for the balf year ending the 31»t December last,, which witt be to thé atóele  holders, ou «e after tiie Sth hkst. .  W>. THOMAS, OaaA.  PUBLIC SALE.  BY virtue of a Oecroe m»de .at l^ft September Term hy Baltupore Çoun-» Couit rulfee, wffl offer the «I»«» «DAT KENTUCKY, her In-  mttomogmym the  Exchange 19 the «ty of Baltimore, at 1 o clock, " " ' IDAY. tbe 19itday af F.bru*rv tl . an 1 is  iperfaiUened heavy  an4 hM^^ e^cnUçat Engin^s, ma" k Bp^l, ft^io rate tham at the Her furniture is ampU*, She has run  pnC Equity, tiie : ^ptend«  made by^W) potior  ara* well «h<*ei!,«nd U in good state. N- B.-JOMN BRUCB, ewiutrs/of Kentuoky, I ¡¡^¿»«i'PPi«!* and ia in such good condition aa Concerned with nie in the above improeementa! l ^  to  W W whatew--her bodera  and we intend, aa soon ü we can rahe the JhncSr*^««^ bemg peifect too. Her mv«itoiy  ^^^^ooiiqwiaeaetmiy.articleiisuallyeBVlojred m stçanw  to demonstrate their powers aod advantage^ b^l^y^^W n^u^ty W»oyca,nsi^ building an ir on stewnboat, to be propellrf hy the Herp.bins«re so spacious  rotaiyand improved boiler. ™ I that on^ ^onpand p*meqgen coold at any time be  BALDWIN fc Rsnnn lacnpmmod^odon hoard of her.  t   ^f.^T- , The term« of sale* as prescribed by the decree, GILT, and  w  on« thbd casZTwd tbe balance in equ4 parts B RA » L C ,?*?f-T The ««hsciibM haa on U two» ftwr,Andaix months, securedbynotea w th «S V^ ^^^»^fei^l«»« 14 » 1 «** 0  be approved by the Tnwtee. Tortoise ShilL fc ^ ^ Bra^l Cottibs, | ^ W. F. REDDINfi^ Trustee,  «jw^ng k^da now inj»^ at l Baltimore, fan. 30—Feb.7^d3w-  the lowest prices for ^^^ f" LANDSCAPES ffiOIL.  Between 11th &12th Sta. Pen. Av. 1FM1HE adroirera of modem ¿Aintlqg, are re-P. S. Best fire fvmfi «MB, Hem. Ivory and JL spectfolly tnfprmed that caght Landscapes Wood Dressing Combs, forsala as above. byOougbty, have j^amye*} frottl BbMon, aad  __J*o- 29. ,t (InteL) _ are now to be aeen4 the Athenscum. The beau.  W AWS OF THE UNITED STATES—from  MWe J| , M  ^  MM to lS34.—Asingte oopy of the above  lo   ftrsai« by F. TAYIXMt, imme^ately east of j have been  Gadaby'a National Hotel, m aeven volumes b«»nd. I »^^t^fj^ ^ t  udie *  of   Ttite ia the aame OtfitMn of the Laws to complete I ^^ «W«» Arduas, and we pUced m the collec-whfeh Congres» antbOriaed, at tiw laataeasion, the ^ ^'rtA* 0 **  to ^ t fffV* tt ¥ l V 0,l to  the Exhibí-compilation of an eighth ^éhune.bringing the aei I «tf* 1 "» 0 «^ *****  unto the nruentv«** fbcaalelow. ff aooteation «t MjPIWa .«W »f^™ feel an interest la  S». W|tt>v»)i themadv^a of thia opportunity,  uptothe pireMMfe f*MN fof sale low> W ap| is made knmedlateiy. ^  PERFUMERY»  vir  AVERY extensive assortment of Froaehand American Perfumery kept at Fl8CH8R'S •tore, wholeaail or retail, at tije HilitklmiiV prioes. ■'■•■■'» j****» 1   . two ..  eg»« occur for many years, of  v iTely so maay valuable paintings, . ate rery large» fifor« ^ of lifo. ^ |>^n«b«sefthe mat master*«*« , worth the attmfkm of yood jwdces, ani- We been col l«gd ^«reattnwhk apd «(»en*».   

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