Washington Globe, November 5, 1842

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Washington Globe (Newspaper) - November 5, 1842, Washington, District Of Columbia BDITED BY MÌANCIS P. BLA1ÌL tgANCIS P. BLAIR A JOÛN C. RIVES, PROPRIETOE« and rtlBLIMIKfUI. •tow 600 TXRtU. fiili'Si» • pw moniti. ' » for lAH than • year, 00 e». p«r month : : ÎS CoMrwrtona Ok>o«durlí*«i*rtoo ■ . 100 -éo.' áb. - 1 » IO üw Dtiljr ftr law ihM two, M tiM «ernt- AppMláiX to do. Wm^IoHm ttoo fow, ór 10 tho Wookly for Iom Uua Hz monilM. will not ba raeolvad SubMTibara may dtacomlnoa tlwir papan at any Um« by DiriaC for racaiTad Uiam; btrtnttwUMaut. ThoM whoaubacnba for a yaar, and do not at tha Uma of rab-eribiof ordar a dlaeonUnnanca at tha and of h, will ba eonaidarad nbaciilWi (>>«7 l'I« raarMM. PBioM rom AOTntmiira. Twatv« linaa, or laai,thrMinaartioiia, • . tl 00 Ifwyaddiilonal ioaaitton. . . . . » Loqmt adrartlaamaou chañad In propottion. A libara) diaeoant madalo tboaa wDoadvartiaabytlia yaar. jUipatrnmUtobtrntOtinathmmt. ThaaawbohaTa a t ■n opporuiDitT of pajrlM otbarwlaa, nay fwnit by mall, at our risk, P^ PoatoMatar'a cartinca>a of asch ra- nûuvtca Mali ba aanfllctont raeaipt tliafafor. The ootaa o< .aMcie>payinf bank wtll baraeaiVad. hr«o/<i ------------- aPMt pañis» il m? •pacw'payini owih win dvhtobi« atienliim be given lo mmt »rdmr, mnteee the moneìf. eraPoetmaeter'eeerUfteaHthalU hae keen remi tied, aeeotn- irf Lettere » the PrapirUte)n,dkarged»{tk Poetage^ *riU neto* ttJi«* o«( of the Feet Qßee. WASHINCrrON BRAJNCH RAILROAD. T&AMtPORTavioir DEPOT, Deeember 13,1837. !T is respcetfally made knowo that merehandiae or other eommodiiies received at this Depot, delivery in this city, or to be forwarded to Baltimore, or to points on the line of th« road, will heresAer be sabjeet to the foliowiag regalations, of which those interested will pto^ take aotieet 1st. The flrei^t and eharg«s on all goods eon sipied to indivSnals ia this «icy or its ttehntrnost be paid before their rmoTal from the Deppt. ad. Coaiinodities offnred for transportation mast bedistiacsly marked, and be aeeompanied by list, in duplicate, of the number and deseription of pseksfss tobe forwa.ded, the name of the con tignee, and of ttie party forwarding the same otherwise they eannot be received. inie Company will not berespoDsible for damage arising from leakage or breaksge, nor will they be responsible for damage alleged to have been received by any goods or commodities transported by them aniens the claim shall be made before the lemoval of the goods flrom the Depot. Further if goods which shall have been transported on this load be not received or taken away oy their consignee or owners on the day of their arrival at the Depot, the (Company will not be responsible for or pay any claims for loss or damage which may be sQstained by such goods, in other words, it goodi!, as above described, be permitted to remain in or on the cars on the railway, or at the Depot one or more nights after their arrival, they will re main so at the exclusive ri«k of the owners or con-signets. The hour for receiving and delivering goods will antil further notice, be from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m By order. SAM*L STBTTINIUS, Oct 13—tf Argent BY BLAIR RIVBS. TRB WORLD 18 aOVBRWSi» TOO MUCH/ TOL, XII....NO. 124. CITY OF WASHINGTON. D^IMslT' SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 1843. THOMSONIAN B8TABLISHMRNT, E Street, near the new Post Ofllce. JAMES SHACKELFORD, long known to the afflicted portion of the community, tenders bis services to all laboring under physical infirmity; and assures those who favor his system, that, from the wondroas efficacy of the botanic msdieines, he entertains no fears of the certainty of a cure, when applt<»iion is made in proper season. His experience in tbe practice, and the evidences hitherto given of his skill in the management of fevers, ohronic complaints, and other diseases of a senons nature, will, it is hoped, induce all who are not satisfied of the efficacy of his medicines to call, try, and be convinced. Another inducement to try his system is found in the VAPOR BATH; Which needs but a small df^ree of praise, sine* its good effects are known, perhaps, to all who may favor this with a perusal. As a prelude to tbe bo> unie course, nothing is more pleai'ant and effective; and those predisposed tu chronic aSections will find great relief through the warmth of the bath. Fenules desirous of availing themselves of the bath, will be promptlf attended Mrs. finaosst-roan devoiesW attention to this branch of the es-tabiislNBient. Botanic medkiioes of every deseription eare-fally prepared, at a very low price, for cash. Aug. 11 im rt byii! QALABRUN'3 EUROPEAN HOTEL, On Ptnniyloania jivmvu, near the TVtsivry BvUding. ~ OUIS QALABRUN has taken tbe large and commodious establishment formerly occupied r. Fuller, has bad it elegantly fitted up, and IS now prepared to accommodate residents and others in a superior manner; for which purpose the house will be opened on the Ist day ofuext month, (August.) Chambers may be had large or small, neatly furnished, with or without parlors, and families can be provided wiih suites of rooms. The table will be abundantly supplied with all (be luxuries and delicacies of the season, under tbe management of experienced cooks. A bill of fare will be kept, and di&hes or meals served up at any time, and at the shortest notice. The regulations of the hotel will be such as to secure the comfort of those who may patronise it, and no pains will be spared to render it one of the most agreeable and very best establishments in every point of view. July 25— ASTOR HOUSE, NEW YORK. fB'^HE subaeribers have renewed thrir lease of JL the Astur House for several years, paicca. Ladies* Ordinary . • per day. Tbe apartments devoted to families exclnrivelj are spacious and elegant. Gentlemen's Ordinary . per day. Private Parlors, or Suites of Rooirs, with private meals, |3 per day each person. Parlort ex-tra. The charges at this Hotel are regular, and no higher than other first-rate Hotels. nocas roa mbals. Breakfast in Ladies and Oentlemenli Ordinaiie» . . . .8 o'clock. Dinner in Ladies* Ordinary . . 3 do. Dinner in Gentlemen's Ordinary . 3i do. Tea, from . 6 to 9 do. Supper, from . . 9 to IS do. These are the regular hour!»; but if it suits the inierest or convenience of oar patrons, we provide breakfast at any moment between daylight and dinner time. Dinners for one or more at any hour. In short, we take pleaanre in providing for the want* ef oar pairooa, regardUna of the honr or ou own inconvenience, wiihoot extra diargcu Qratefol lor the liberal patronage which has been given to onr establishment, we pledge ofr selves to keep it ever in order. We shall endeavor, without ceasing, to render every thing agreeable to our guests, and respectfully request them to give notice of any negligence. July l&-.3m COLEMAN dk STETSON. |\]EW LAW BOOKS.—Archbold's Law of ^^ Pleading and Evidence in criminal cases, with statutes, prec^ents, Ac ; 4th American, from 7th London edition, enlarged, with the decisions to the present time—1 vol. Judge Ccnkling's Treatise on the Organisation and Jurisdiction of the Supreme, Circuit, and District Couru of the United States—1 vol., 1843. Clerk's Rudiments of American Law and Practice, on the plan of Blackstone—1 vol., 1843. Raymond's Digested Chancery Cases of tbe Court of Appeals of Maryland—1 vol. Wheeler's Digested Index of all Reported Decisions in Equity in the United States Coorts, and in tbe Conrta ot the several States—2 vols. Treatise on the Law of Set-oflT, with an Appendix of Precedents, by O. L. Barbour. Labels ^uity Pleading, American edition, edited by 3. D. Wheeler—1 vol. Qreenleaf on Evidence. Story on Partnership. Owen on Bankruptcy. Peters*s Reports, vol. 16. And many others—all at the lowest New York and Philadelphia prices. F. TAYLOR. PICTORIAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND DURIMO THE REIGN OF GEORGE THIRD.—Volume one, illastrated with very name-roos beaatifol engravings, wood-ents, A«., is just received from London, and for sale by P. TAY-LOR—to be completed in (3 volumes) in coarse of the present year. The above can be iold separately from the pre ceding portions of the work, which are completed ia fonr large octavo volumes, from the commence ment of the history of England up to the reign of Qeorge Second, inclnaive. This history claims to have reeommendations pooseased by none other, a history of the people and the nation, as well as of the kingdom and tbe Government, it contains mach valuable information on manners and customs, literature, science, and fine arts; national industry, tbe history of religion, condition of the people, dkc-i not to be found in any other printed book. It is the work of several British writers of known ability, and is equal to acy other history England in style, and superior to all of them fatness and correctness of information. June 6— t WALKER'S RHYMING DICTIONARY.— New and enlarged edition, just imported from London (a few copies only) by F. Taylor. Answering at the same time the purpose of a spelling and pronouncing dictionary on a^lan not hitherto attempted—the whole language being arranged according to its terminations, and words liable to a doable pronounciation fixed in their true sound by a rhyme; with critical and practical observations on Oiihograply, Syllabiction, Pronunciation, rhyme and Poetry; andan index of allowable Rhymes, with the authorities from the Poeta for their nsage, together with mach other useful and interesting matten eomplete in one volume. July 14 AVAL AND MILITARY SCIENCE__Jast _ imported from London, by F. TAYLOR, and this day opened. Selections from the Despatches and General Orders of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, by Lieutenant Colonel Gur-wood,complete in 1 vol. octavo, 1841; New An-naal Army List for 1843, by Lieutenant H. G. Hart, 49ib Regiment, 1 toI. octavo, 1843; The duarterly Army List, pablished at the "Horse Guards," for April, 1843; Wilkinson's Engines of War, I vol. octavo, 1841; Rules for tha Practical Operations of a Siege, by Colonel Pasley, Royal Engineer, 1 v»l., 1841; Code of Signals for tbe use the Mercantile Navy, by Lieutenant Walker, Royal Navy, 3 vols., 184S; Plans for tbe Formation of Harbors of Refuge and the Improvement Rivers and Seaports, 1 quarto volume, with l4aies, charts, Ac , by Captain J. N. Taylor, Roy-Navy; British Nautical Almanac for 1845, and same lor 1844 and 1843; Tables for the use of Nautical men. Astronomers, supplemental to the Nautical Almanac, by Olinthns Gregory. 1843; Treatise on the Improvement of Rivers, Burs, dkc., b? W. E. Brooks, of the Civil Esgineers, 1 vol., 1841; Tbe Royal Naval Service of England, by Lieutenant Miles, Royal Navy, 1 volume, many engravings! Practical Treatise on the Defence of outposts, by Captain Jebb, Royal Engineers; Practical Treatise on tbe Attack if Military Posts, Villages, Enirenchmenia, Ac., by the same author; Tr^onometry, Topography, and Military Recon-noissanee, by Lieutenant Frome, Royal Ei^ineers; British Naval Biography, 1 volumr, British Military Biography, 1 volume; Maxwell's Life of Field Marshal His Grace the Duke of Wellington, volâmes, octavo, filled with engravings, maps, >lans, portraits, Ac. ; Naval History of Great Britain, by Captain Brereton, Royal Navy, 3 vols., with numerous plans, portraiu, d«.*, Memoirs of Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, 3 volumes; Macaulay on Field Fortification; Hosti's Naval Evolations; Simmons on Heavy Ordnance; Sir John Ross on Steam Navigation; Cleik's Naval Tactics, notes by Lord Rodney; Magratb's Art of War; Marshall on Soldiers; Mitchell's Tactics; Braddock on Gun-dowder; Rubson's Marine Surveying; Mackenzie's Marine Surveying; Belcher's Marine Surveying; Robbins's Gunnery; Sir Howard Douglass's Naval Gunnery; Griffith's Artillerists' Manual; Major Jackson's Military Survey inc; Lieutenant Colonel Humphreys on Modern Fortification; Lieutenant Colonel Leach on the Duties of Troops; and many others too numerous for an advertisement. May 6 NEW MUSIC. JUST received, the following pieces of new Music, at ihe old established store, two doors east of 13ih street, Pennsylvania avenue. The Musical Hu»band, by Valtoline. The Haunted Barque, de. Rosy Tints of Evening, by W. J. Lemon. Farewell Jeannie, Scotch ballad, by Vanden-berg. The Watcher, by Dr. W. Lardner. The Heart that only Knows One, by P. Klitz. Belfast Waliz, by F. N. Palmer. Souvanir d'Aflection, a set of favorite Waltzes Funeral March, on the death of the Duke of Orleans, by Q. Blessner. Clay's Q,uick Step, by C. L. White. Mosaiqae Musicale, 48 favorite Melodies, by Henrv Herz Take Them I Implore Thee, from Norma, ar ranged as a rondo. Oh! What a Hapless Maid Art Thou, arranged as a rondo. The Battle Chorus, from Norma, arranged as a rondo. Do I Not Prove Thee, from Norma, arranged as a rondo. Grand March in Norma. Sept 30 W. FISCHER. MINERALS.—Jast received by F. TAY . Jl LOR. nnd for sale at extremely low prices, two Cabinets) one of seventy-two, the other of one hundred and twelve, specimens of minerals, salts earthy salts, earthy stones, combustibles, and ore» all nambered and labelled, with localities, dke. pat np by a professional mineralogist. Price |19 and eadi. Also, four cabinets of Gkma and Preeiottt Slonea, and a large and valnable eolloe-tion of the beat works on Geology, Mineralogy Conchokigy, Chemistry, and all their branches many ttf them reoMtly imported by the sabeoriber from Londmi. SevenU of them are entirely new l^CW NOVBL.--Sir Henry Morgan, the Bac caneer, by theaaihor of "Rattlin the Reefer,' ''Ootwaid Boand." 4be., Ac.» this day received for sale by F. TAYLOR, Or for circulation from the Waverley Cifcalating Library. Also, Keble's Cbilds' Christian Year; or. Hymns for every Sunday and Holyday. Also, the Practical Advantages of Homapathy illastrated by namerous cases, by Harris Daneford M. D., 1 vol. Price one dollar. July 13 OBNNY CYCL0P.£DIA, 1 fi CHEAP__The _ first six volumes of this valoableCyelopasdia are offered for fale (a few seu only) by F. TAY LOR, at one dollar per volame, in fall binding The remaining volumes can be proeared at the regalar price—two dollars per volame—at which price it is one of tbe cheapt^t books in the market This work is pablished by Lord Brougham*» cele brated Society for the DiflTusion of Useful Knowl edge; the volumes being of the largest octavo, or mall folio size, closely printed, with very numer ns engravings. Jaly 8 SHORT PATENT SERMONS,by •• Dow, ja nior," originally pvhlished in the New York Snaday Mereary, in 1 vol.; joat pahliahed, and this day received for salt by F. TAYLOR. Also: The Book of Jaahar," refened to in Joehaa ud 9d Samael, fatOifnUy traaalated from theorigi-ntl Hebrew into English. 8ept7 HISTORY 07 THE FEDERAL GOTERN-MENT FOB FIFTY YRARS-from 1789 to Ì8S9—bj Aldon Bradford : one Volarne, octavo, 480 pwprtpe fi as. J^^j^^by Aug.». Annals of annapolis, i voiame of 383 pages, price 50 cents, just received for sale by P. TAYLOR; being the history of that city from the first {settlement in 1649, up to the war in 1812; together with various incidenu in the history of Maryland, early records, public documents, let ters from General Washiagion, Hancock, Lee, and others, never before published. By D. Ridgely State Librarian. Containing, also, an engraving of the old State Hoase at Annapolis, in 1789. COTTON GHNB. DATBNT METAL CYLINDER COTTON * FANS, with iron firames, wlih the latest im-provemonu, manufaetared by Wm. loLta of Philadelphia, in Willow atrecH first door below Sixth Street. I4 it w«H known that the cylinder on whieh the sawa are fastened, is the must esMmtial part of a gin. The saws have heretofore been fastened in wood, in different ways; but the shrinking and giv-ing of wood ih dry weather, and expanding in damp, eaoses the saws to deviate more or les», and a large proportion of them cannot pass in the centre of ihe space between the gin-ribs, passing either too near on one or the other side of said ribs or grating, which cats the cotton in passing, forcing the cotton into the teeUi of the saws, causing the many little knots; the cotton being cut lessens materially its valne, as it only suits for the eofrser numbers of yarn, and sells accordingly. Thiwloss an<l difficulty is overeome by the Meul Cylinder Gin, on whieh the cast-steel saws are of entire circlea, and are all fastened in metal instead of wood, on atroog iron shafts, and cannot va^ the least, and mast pass diroeily ia the oentrt of ^«paee hei#«en iw iron gratings, whi^ fs flw griim] point of a gin; as It ean then not hurt or eotthe cotton, and gins fast, as every saw must do its daty and run with less power, and will last a long time, the frames being iron. They have moveable joarnal-boxes to set them to any degree. Another advantage is, as soon as the gratings are too much worn, the saw-cvlin-der can easily be raised or lowered a little above or below the worn place, and set as before. The grating will serve this way a long time; and if some saws get injured, they can be taken out and replaced by others. It is evident a metal saw-cylinder is subject to vary neither by dry nor damp weather. Also, 9 and 3 CYLINDER THRASHERS, to clean the trash and dead leaves from the cotton in the seed, before it goes to the gin, have proved very useful. HAND GINS to snit the South American market. IMPROVED IRON PORTABLE HORSE POWER, to drive gins; so constructed that it can be placed in or outside the gin-house, as the weather has no effect on it; can b? ^et up in a few hours; no part weighs more than 310 lbs., and can be carried by mules over a mountainous country. PORTABLE IRON PRESSES, for small bales, to suit the South American market. Tbe subscriber has many certificates and letters from those who have the gins, dbc., in use. WILLIAM IDLER. Cotton Gins of all sizes to be bad at Philadelphia, and of Messrs. Oakkt, Patmb, and Hawkins, New Orleans. Messrs. Htran Linch, A Co., Alexandria, Red River. J. B. Taxziiie, Natchitoches, Red River. Messrs. Lyons A Co., Port Leon, Tallahaswe. Messrs. Dodob, Roob, and MeRoT,Apalachicola.Mr. Malcolm Brooosn, Mobile. April 30—9aw3m* NEW NATIONAL WRITING BOOK—W FISCHER has just received from the pub lishers 3,000 Elementary and the National Writing Book, comprising a series of seven numbers, with copies adapted to each; prepared with special ref erence to the wants of the various classes in schools and academies, by David P. Page, principal of the KngHah High Sdiool, Newbaiyport, and Charles Northend, princi^l of the Aborn street Grammar School Salem. Teachers and parehts are i^uest ed to call and examine these books, (being the very best exunt,) at Stationers'Hall, where every artiele of superior quality is constanly kept for wholesale and retail. April 30—taw3w D' OWNING'S COTTAGE RESIDENCES — A series of designs for rural cotuges and coitage-villas, and their gardens and grounds, Adapted to North America. By A. J. Downing, author of "Landscape Gardening." Bees, Pigeons, Rabbits, and the Canary Bird familiary describwi, containing directiona for the care of several American singing birds. By Peter Boswell, ef Greenlaw. Leibig's Animal Chemistry, or organic chemis try, in its applications to physiology and fwthology Jast received for sale by Aug. 17. F. TAYLOR. } CBAaLas Coonrr Coobt, OtMtr T«m, 184S. The petition ofThoma Lloyd was presented •nd/eadin the words following, to wit: '*The petition of Thomas Lloyd represaata to yonr honors that Wilfred NoUingham, late of Charles County, died sometime in the month of August last, indebted nnto your petitioner in the sam of one handred and sixty-five dollars; and that there haa been no administration on aaid Nottingham'seatate. He died possessed of some personal property. He prays yonr honors to take suoh steps as are legal to enforce administration on said deceased's estate; and, in case of failnre of Ihow entitled to administer, to appoint said petitioner administrator theie-of,"4kc. Whereupon it is Mdered by the Coart, that said petitioner give notice of hia application for letters on said Wilfred Nottingham's estate, and that the same be poblished oi|6e a week for three snccea-live weeks in the Olohe newspaper, edited in the city of Washington, for tbe next of kin of said Wilfred Nottingham to appear on or before the seoond Tneadav in Dooemher nast, and administer on tha pofMHMl «ainla of sftld doe«M«d} oKiorwiie, letters of administration will be ftanted to said Thomat Lloyd. TeM: AaUILLA BATSMAN, Regiaier of Wills for Charles Connty. Oct. 98—lavSw f|nHIS is to give notice that the mbseriber J. has obtained firom the fVphans' Court of Charles County, Maryland, letters testamtntary on the personal estate of Alexander Matthews, late of Charles eonnty, deceated. All persons having claims against the aaid deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the aame, with the vonchars thereof, properly antheatieaied, to the aubacriber, on or before the latday of May, 1843; they may otherwise by law be ezeluded from all hesefit of the said estate. Given under my hand this llth day of October, 1843. HENRY C. MATTHEWS, Executor of Alex. Matthews. All persons indebted to the said estate are requested to come forward and make payment to the subscriber. H. C. MATTHEWS, Executor. Oct. 17—law3w Navt Dnraaniuv, 17th October, 1849. S^IEALBD PROPOSALS will be roeeived at this § Department nntil 3 o'clock p. m. of the 16ih ovember next, for ftamishing the necessary materials and COMI meting a depot for the preaervation of the eharu aad iastraaenta behming to the navy, wi'h iia necessary oboervatoriea, granite piers,*«. The depot to consist of a eentrnl hailding Ifty feet sqnare, wuh wings of twenty-five feet in lei^th and eighteen feet wkle; the whole lo be bnilt of brick. Plana and speeifieatiras will be exhibited at this Department to persons wishing to bid for the same. The exeavation to be completed the present wlater. All the materials to be famished of the best quality, aad the work to be done in the heat and meet workmanlike manner, and to tlM - entire satisfaction of tbe officer snperinteading the eonatroetion of the bnildings. Payments te be made not oftener than oace a month, and then only on billa cerUfied by the aoperintending oflBoer, aad approved by the Secretary of the Navy—reaerring ten per cent, on all hiUa, aa collatenl aeenrity, nntU the tolMie shaH he «Malted to the entire satisfaction of the Department. A bond for the faithftil performance of the contract, with two aatisfactory secarit|M, shall be given for one-tbird of the estimated amonnt of the whole cost. Oct. 18—eodtNov.15 The Son and Repablican, Baltimore; American Seatinel and Ledger, Philadelphia; Daily Morning Post, Pittsbnrg; Journal of Commeree, Standard, San, l/nirn, and Morning Post. New York; Morning Gisette, BofiTak); Daily Timeo and Morning Post, Boston; Hill's ihttriot, New Hampshire; Enquirer, Rtdimond, and Beacon, Norfolk, Virginia; ill publish the above. Mfmm, umtBt nikti, IML IMS. E' WBANK'S HYDRAULICS AND ME CHANICS, in one volume, with three hundred illustrative engravings—being a descriptive and historical account of hydraulic and other machines, ancient and modem, for raising water; and of various subjects connected with the mechanic arts, including the progressive development of the steam engine, and of e?ery description (ancient and modern) of bellows, pistons, rotary pumps, fire engines, water rams, pressure engines, air machines, ancient wells, air bed.-«, c^ wheels, blow pipes, steam idols, and o her machinery of ancient temples, experiments on blowing and spouting tubes, natuie's modes and machinery for raising water, syphons, fountains, water organs, dkc. Ac. treated popularly for general perusal. Just pub-li^ed at New York, and tbi« day received for sale by F. TAYLOR. Also, Jamieson^ Mechanics of Fluids, for practical men; Hydrostatics, descripit?e and constructive; Tredgold's Hydraulics; Lardner*« Hydrosut-ics; Storrow on Water Works; and a variety of valuable works on tbe .'«me class of science, on the steam engine, &c., most of them imported direct from England. Sept. 33 FIRBNCH LETTER PAPER—expressly for the use of the metallic pen.—Manufactured and Sniihed expressly to tbe directions of F. TAYLOR: one hundred reams, just imported, and this day received from Havre,be ing the most beautiful writing paper ever brought to this market. The surface and style of finish of this article are entirely new, and will enable any one to make ase of the metallic pen, even those who have heretofore been debarred that privilege. For sale by the ream or quire, at a price not exceeding that of tbe best American made paper, but containing two more quires to tbe ream. Also, a small supply of French Note Paper and EUivelopes, ornamented and embellished in various styles; French Sealing Wax; French Medallion Wafers; Gayot's Paris Ink; French Carmine Ink, Ac Aug 11 «yEW BOOKS ON AGRICULTURE, GAR-DENING, Ac., this day received from London, imported by F, TAYLOR, by the last voyage of (he Great Western ; Johnson on Fertilizers and Manures. 1 vol. octavo. Vaux on Tilling and Fertilizing Land. 1 vol. Morion on Soils, and their connexion with the Geological Formation on which they rest. 1 vol. octavo, London, 1843. The third volame of British Husbandry. I vol. octavo, published by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Subjects—Flemish Husbandry ; Useful and Ornamental Pluunf | Road, making; Cottage Eeonutaf; Select VIBPms, Ac. Main on Breeding, Rearing, and Fattening Poultry. 1 vol. Sir Humphrey Davy's Agricultural Chemistry. Sixth edition. Guide to the Ploughman. Price, 50 ceats. Guide to the Shepherd. Price, 50 cenui. Gaide to the Poultry Maid. Price, 50 cents. The Flower Garden—its Cultivation, Arrangement, and General Management. 1 vol., with beantifally colored plates. The Fruit, Flower, and Kitchen Garden. By Patrick Neill. 1 vol. 12mo. Bagsier on the Management of Bees, with forty engravings. 1 vol. Huber on Bees. 1 vol. The Beekeeper's Manual. By H. Taylor. Nutt's Practical Directions on the Managemen of the Honey Bee. 1 vol. With others too nomerous to adveriise. On band, a large and valuable collection of the best works, both English and American, on all the various branches of agriculture, botany, dkc. dbc., to which additions are constantly made. Eiooks, stationery, and periodicals imported to order, from England and France. May 3. BUILDER'S GUiDE-Cheap-By Chester Hill, practical architect: one large folio volume, containing seventy folio plates, drawn on a large K»le, embracing all the details adopted by skilful architects in the various departments of carpentry, joinery, masonry, and sculpture, and >ractical treatises on tbe several orders of Grecian ^man, and Gothic architecture. For sale (three copies only remaining) at |5 50 per copy, published at |I3. Also, Shawk's Civil Architectare—a theoretical system of building; one large quarto volame, containing one handred copperplate engravings, price |4, pablished at |9. SmeatoQ's Builder'« Manual—giving the elements of, and practical rules and instroctions for building, surveying, architecture, carpentry, brick-layin?, masonry, Ac., Ac., properties of materi-rials, dke.,&c., and a variety of useful tables and receipts Price 75cent8, published at |1 50. F. TAYLOR has in store a collection (Various, extensive, and valuable) of book», of the same clats of science as the above, and on all its branches; all for sale at extremely low prices. Sept 31 __ Book of the NAVY; being a History of tbe American Marine, and of all the most celebrated naval battles, from the Declaration of Independence to the present time; in one volume, beantifally embellished with numerous engravings, vignettes, and steel portraits. Just published, and this day received by Sept. 33 F. TAYLOR. New music__Just received, the following pieces of new Mnsic, at the old established store, two doors east of 19ih street, on Pennsylvania avenue W. FISCHER. Poor Heart, be still—with variations for the voice La Serenata—by N. Vacai L'Echo de la Fontaine—by C. Haas Break my Heari, Break my Heart—by J. T. L. Sullivan Old Frienda and Trae Friends—by J. P. K^ht Dear is the Memory of my Home—by J. Watson Come, Oh ! Come with me, the morn is beaming— for tbe Guitar Bellona (Quickstep-by J. C. Viereck Le Diabíe Amourenx, rondo—by D. Roaellen Giand Waits—by Fred. Chopin La Surprise, gallope militaire—by J. C. Viereck Florida Quickstep—for two performers Three reveries—for Piano-by H. Rosei len Hannah Moore Waltz—by Louia Strack Valse Sentimentale—by J. C. Vierrck Miss Lucy Long—with variations for the Piano— by J. C. Viereck Gen. CadwalUider^ Parade March La Kermesse March—by A. Adam Nashville OaUopade Quickstep—by J. C. Viereck Sergeant Tom 8Ì|aai's Oaiekatep—by J. M. Deems Walnat Grove Wali^-4>y L. Strack Midsammer Night's Dream WaH»—by L. Straek Brialey Wait»>-bj U«^ BMWb Oct 11 * UMBUtS TWO AND THREB OF HAR-jyi PER'S BDITIONOF CHEAP NOVELS; eontaining The Diaowned, aad Deverenx. by Bnl-wer. Jost received for sale by F. TAYLOR. Also, Hope Leslie, or Early Times in Maaaa-ehusetts, by MissS^wiek, (newedition:) Kane's Elements of Chemistry, American edition, edited byjohn W. Draj^r, M. D , professor of ehemia-try in the aniverstty of New York. Sept 3 WRITING FLUID—W. FISHER, importer and dealer in Fancy and Staple Stationery, has just received, hy the riiip Welling ton, direct from the celebrated mannfactnrer Henry Stephens, of London, thirty grosa of bis uoequalled Writing Fluid, comprlaing dark and light anchangeable bine and red. Also, his black Writing Fluid, pat up in neat 4,8,16, and 39 ounce stone judgs; all of which he will sell to the trade at aa low a price as they ean purchase them for in New York or elsewhere ia the United Sutea. March I B IBLIOTHEaUE HISTORldUE ET i\}IL- CBRUISE OF THE EXPLORING SaUAD-y RON.—A Synopsis : by its commander, Cbaries Wilkes, E«q., delivered before the National Institute 30ÜI June, 1843. Published by the Institute, in psmphlet, illusuated with a map three feet by two, in size. Price 50 cents; being the ex act cost to the Institute of tbe printing and en graving. Sold by Aug. 18 F. TAYLOR. npHE POETICAL WORKS, SACRED DRA-MAS, &c., of Hannah Moore, complete in one volame, with ber life: beantifal London edition. Price |1 50. Also a few copies of same, richly bound, for presents. Just received by Sept 31 F. TAYLOR. ORCHESTRA MUSIC—Tbe following pieces of Orchestra Music may be had very cheap, if early application be made at W. Fischer's, Pennsylvania avenue, between llth and 19th streets; Two Clnadrilles and (Tontredanses, from Adams'« opera of the Brewer of Prcs'.on; arranged for the orchestra by Mo&ard. Three favorite Waltzes, composed by Strauss; arranged for full orchestra by A. Fessy. Overture from the comic tpera of "LaReine d'un Joar;" composed for fall orehesUa by Adam. Overture from Macon, composed for full orchestra by D. P. E. Aaber. Overture from Aeteoai composed for- full or-chestra by Aaber> Overture from "Le Lac des FEes;" composed for fall orchestra by D. F. B. Aoher. ' Ang. 93. g WHICKERING PIANO FORTES—W. FISHER has just received one Rosewood and one Mahogany Piano Forte, with iron frame and harp pedal, urom the anequalled manafaetarers, Messrs. Cbickering aad Mackays, Boston. Suffice it to say, that all professors of mus», of merit, prefer and lecommend the Cbickering Pianos as su perior in every point of view to the German, or any American manufactorer, either of which will be sold at the manofactnrers* price, and packed free of charge at Stationers' Hall. Dec. 98 be completed in six volumes octavo.—Volumes first, second, and third, (all that have yet appeared,) are this day received direct from Paris, by F. Taylor, being large octavo volumes, closely printed in the finest style, each illustrated by an engraved Military Atlas. Tome Premier—Ce volume renferme La Guerre du Péloponnèse de Tbucidide, 4 volumes; La Cyro-pedie de Xenophon, 3 volumes; La Retraite des Dix-mille, 3 volume»; Les Expeditions d'Alexandre, par Arrien, 3 volumes. Tous ces ouvrages imprimëd, in extemo, sans aucune altération, sont précédés d'un ESsmi sur la tactique des Grrcs. Tom« Dwuciím«—Ce volume renferme Un Essai sur les Milices Romaines; et Polybe, Histoire Générale. Terne TVoisi^mc—Ce volume renferme Les Commentaires de Cesar; Vcgece; Onosander; Les Insti-tutirns de l'Empéreur Leon; Frontín; Polyen; Stratagèmes, Ruses de Guerre, Embuscades, Sur- Îcises; Extraits de Feuquires, Folard, Santa Cruz, oly de Maizeroy, Cessac, Carrion-Nisas, Jomini, etc. etc. Ces ouvrages sont ornés de cartes, de plans de battaille, d'armet», de machines en usage à cette epoque. Ce travail est fait par des dessinateurs et des graveurs attachés an depot de la Guerre. Les plans que accompagnent les Commentaires de Cesar présentent un travail précieux. Il sera consulté par tous les gens instiuits, et surtout par eeax qui voudront enfin comprendre les opérations militaires de ce grand homme de guerre. Each of the above volumes will be found complete and perfect in itself, as a separate work. Price Oncluding the Military Atlas) |4 50 per volume. The fourth volume (expected shortly) will be devoted to the campaigns, battles, tactics, strategy, and military operations of Napoleon. V All new works on military subjects imported regularly from London and Paris. Books, Stationary, and Periodicals imponed to order. June 38. F. TAYLOR. VIRGIL, with English notes; prepared for the use of classical Schools and Colleges, by Francis Bo wen, A. M ; 1 vol., octavo. Jast poblished in Boston, and this day received and for sale by Aag. 13 F. TAYLOR. CARLYLB'S FRENCH REVOLUTION. Cheap. Fine edition in two volumes, complete, for |9 95. (published at |S 50.) Also, Cartyle*s Miscellanies, 4 vols. Carlyle*8 Sartor Resartns, 1 vol. Carlyle'à Heroes, and the Heroic in History, 1 vol, Carlyle!s German Romanes, 9 vols. May 19. F. TAYLOR. ■ .family BIBLES—cheap—Family Bibles, M/ l«irg« quarto size, welt printed, and neatly and strongly boond in full leather, price |1 SO. Also, the same in richly ornamented Morocco leather, printed on the finest paper, for i8 95, at > TAYLOR'S July 1— (3beap Bookstore. OXFORD DRAWING-BOOK, (cheap,) imported by F. TAYLOR from London, price |3 75, f published originally at two guineas,) being the art of drawing, and theory and practice ol perapective; teadiing, by progressive information, keiebing, drawing, and coloriag of landscape scenery, animals, and tbe human figure; detailed n an eaay and perspicaous ttyle, with many engravings, cakalated for self-insu action One small folio volume, with over one hundred engravings, and copious letter-press information. By N. Whittock, teacher ot drawing and perspective to the University of Oxford. A few copies oaly received. Jaly 30 BROWN'S TECHNICAL DICTIONARY — Containing phrases ased in the arts and sci enees, technical words, Ac , not nsnally fonnd in dictionaries, together with popular quotations from foreign languages, with their trsnslations; 1 pocket volume; price 37 cents; (pablished at 75 cents.) Aug 19 F. TAYLOR. Family secrets, or hints to those who would make home happy: by MissStickney Cúmplete in two vols. Just received by F. TAYLOR. Also, Bartlett on Typhoid and Typhua fevers: jast pablished. Oct. 10 . Aeey Ckm^i, wOt 1« rteündat íSíi fwfïîiilî" ^^'áoSSíÁ^ »•ri», Ch^totkg.iliéaeliw«ti. «ntklyi^aV York, t»4 Hkmfwi, Vfifinli. m^^ ttii¿ti£i of any w lit of tbe fMlowlB|.|nneÌltf1l£rtr un etelhiiig i» may he order«! darittf Ai |«r lift by the eonamidanli of the MVf-yaide la- specavtln vte w" It itoSfi^*^ w»d oOwr Atoo, WwIlSIïSÏT' Thick aewedleMher aboce, Sewed leather puipa, Woollen Wanke«; All ilM wwl^ geoda an to heaade fhM mÊtê- «®iL f!^*^, nmntiftetufa. All Iht utk^ ^poelied in the aavy.yarda it Búaion. mèSt^. Philadelphia. SJ^^iSm^^ val station, and at flUi ofloe. —^ All the aforenld artieleB miat he mMooi to MNb inspectioa tad Mtrey aa tha Oáaf of £e ttm« of Proviiioaa aad Qoibiaf mai direoi MMiter* ize; and no portion of the aaid articka wiU be ie-eeived that ia not f^lly eqiMl to thaaui^Oi mi-tema, both in materi«! and «wkMMUa, and which doeanot ooafiMm in all other raiMMt lo *e atipolatione aad proviaiona of tta aoatnMta lo be made. The clothiag is divide« teto two elaiMe, vim menial boyt*-^ t^ offen nutdiid^pîîili& pnott for euch class, had nnet be caleiilatod to Mver enqr taianm tnwUtt» «a the cantil^ &Md«dinc dM ÜMeiÉU^ Ml aU naval hvitohs. The ^la pnst ba delimd át Uta ri|k aad «z- sTdi'iyîÂiC^ abippinf oïderVïài «f «UijiioAeOaltod íK HBADaoABTaas or ran MAamn Coaps, WAaninoTOM, 4th Oct., 1843. SEPARATE PROPOSALS will he received at the office of the duariermaster of tbe Marine Corps, in this city, until 10 o'clock, a. m-, on Tuesday, the 8ih d^ of November next, for furnishing rations to the United States Marines, at the follow* ing stations, for the year 1843: Portamonth, New Hampshire; Charleatown, Maasachusetts; Brooklyn, (Long Island,) New York; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Gosport, (near Norfolk,) Virginia; Pensacola, Florida; and Washington, District of Colnmbia. The ration to consist of one potind and a quarter of fresh beef, or three quarters of a ponnd of mess pork, eighteen onnces of bread, or flonr, at the oj tion of the Governnaent; and at the rate of » pounds ef good clean coffee, twelve poands of good New Orleans sngar, eight qoarts of beans, four quarts of vinegar, two quarts of salt, fear pounds of soap, and one and a half ponnda of good dipp^ candles to each handred rations. It is understood that the full side of beef (neck and shins excluded) be delivered, if required; if each quantity be not required, that the fore and hind qaarters be delivered alteinately; and the bread or floor shall be of superfine quality. All the anicles to be unexceptionable, and to be issned to the troops without expense to the United Stales. No offer will be entertained at this office, nnless accompanied by the names of the aareties of the bidder. Proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for rations for 1849." AUG. A. NICHOLSON, daartermaster Marine Corps. TIm Anwriean Sentinel and Pennsylvani-vania, Philadelphia; the Portsmouth Gtasette,'New Haa^iaf the Utm lrwIt.Bfenia»Pfla|, tiha liaw York Berald, the Hew York Bbm^, aad tbe Rev Tetk Obmb} Hw Btfliteore lUpnWiean; the Norfolk Beacon, the Norfolk H«rald; the Rich-mend bqairrr and Ridimond Wtig} tbe Alexandria Gazette, Alenndria, D. C.; and the Penaaeola Gazette, will give tbe above three insertions each per week, and send one copy of the advertisement to accompany the aceoant when forwarded to this offioe for payment. Oct 6 ARROWSMITH'S NEW LONDON ATLAS of Universal Geography, very large, just received, (a single copy only) for sale by F. TAYLOR. Black's Edinburgh Atlas of Universal Geography—Edihbnrgh, 1841;—the latest, most beautiful, and most complete atlas extant. Just impwt-ed, a few copies only, hy F. T. Aug. 4. SPANISH BOOKS IMPORTED FROM PARIS ^ BY F.TAYLOR, AND JUST RECEIVED.— Novelas Ejemplares, por Cervantes, 1 vol. octavo. Don daijote, con la vida de Cervantes por Na-vanette, 1 vol. Conde—Hiatoria de la Dominación de los Arabes en Espafia, 1 vol. Aseargorta —Historia de Espafia, 1 vol. Tesoro de los Romanceros y Candoneroa Espa-Soles, Históricos, Caballerescos, Moriscos, y Ouos, 1 vol. duintana.—Tesoro del Parnaso Espafiol, Poesías selectas Castellanas, 1 vol. Historia de Gil Blas de Santillana, 1 vol. Vertot—Revoluciones de Portugal. Memorias del Conde de Comminge. El Bachiller de Salamanca, por Lesage. Gonzalo de Cordoba, por Florian. Comedias Escogidas de Lopez de Vega y (^Ideron de la Barca, 1 voi. Cartaa Marruecas y Poesías Selectas: Colmena EsMfiola. nbulas Literarias de Iriarte y Comedias de Moratin, 1 voU Historia de Méjico, escrita por so Esclarecido (Conquistador Heraaa Cortes, 1 vol. And others, too numerous for an advertisement. Also, Spanish grammars and dictionaries, and books of instrof tion for learners of the language— a full supply—all at low prices. Aug 4 andtptbeaMira satiaActioiioCtbereseeetiveesae-aaadaaia of iba saU yards of dett««^ Smto vrofoiali aMM be elade-^n, far all tiM aad paaips) sseea^ for all lb« steeUit« andsjwks; Mr«, for an the Maaketit tt^JmiS, for all the other artidesj m mmrnk Hill htmaitf^mktlai», Aad iboee IvIm) aie eMiied in the manaihetnie of stoelda|s, m>«lk$rSSSm, pnmps, aad hlaakeia, if of NspoasfUa staadftif, will have a pieference, if tbdr toraM »in AdHM of it. In case of failnre on tbn part of lb» coatraaien to fomish and deUver the several artieiea wbkh may he ordered Area tbeai,iii ftwptr ftes aad e/ prspcr fueliff, the oficeis or afsnts of ibe aavjr shall be antboiiaed to jpnrdhase what mmj be rc-quired to supply tbe defcieacte; nad any ezceai.of cost over tbe prices agreed to he paid ^ tha contract, shall be charged to and vM by the nsp^ra contractors. . • Bonds in one-third the estimafed anoaat of the respective centraets will be required, wiOi two approved sureties} and ten per centam, in addhtoa, will be withheld from the ainoant of each deliirery made, as coUatoral sacarity for tbe fiiihfM par-formanee of the respective contracts; wbleb will ea no aceoant he paid natil tbe coatrads are eola-plied with ia all respects, and is to be forfaitodto the use and benefit of the United Stalea te the event of failarea to complete the daHreriea ia coa-formity with the orders that may be made. Aftor making the deduction of ten per eeatuBa, paysMnt of the balance will be made the Uaitod States within ihiny dafs irfler ttmsaid dothii« aball have been inspected, npprotwd, aad received; and bills for the aame, (hily antheatieaied by certifleatee of inspection and survey,hy the receipts of the respective navy storekeepers at said navy yBrib, and by the approral of the motive commandants of said yards ef delivery, aball be presented to the nat^ agent, by whom payment is to be mate. Department reserves the right to re}ect all offers fron persoas who have heretofore failed to inlfil their contimets. Persons offering to sv^dy eiUier«^ the above sriicles, will he pleased lo derigaato ibe place or places at which ibey maj desire paymaalstobe made to them. Oet.9MnthNov. TohejMbli^ ia ibe Madiaoaiaa, latoilipli* eer, aad Qlobe, District of Colaa^ t^tMvk J^Hiznal Mad BiRio MaH Ka» IfMiijililH t aComteg Post andDa^ times, f^aCTBSn-ehasettsi Joaraal of CeMnMfaskjSaa, Staadard, Uaion,jand Momina Past» H^ Torhi Aamiea« Seatinel aad PablicLMlier,PUiad«lpbia}9aa aad Repnblieaa, Batiimoic, Marytead; Bafniser, Rteh-mond, Viigtatei Beacoa, Noifblk, yiitlnia; BonJi-era Patriot, 8o«ih Cmralbw. iE^-Tbe editors or the above pajpeis are inqaast- ed to send a conv of the paper ceatateiag ibesaaM to this boreao, daring the coatteaaaas of tbe ad-vertlsement, as a necessary Toacbar te tbe a^ost* ment of ibeir aceonats. O' UNNiS DOMESTIC MBDICmB^Tbc Poor Man*» Friend in Fate aad ttakae«, in one volume, jnst pnhlisbad, pdntiag oat te plain tengoage, free from Doctoia* toau, dm diseases of men, women, and ehildrea, and tbe tetest aad most approved meaas ased in tbeir cnre, te-tended expressly fur family ase. Containing, also, descriptions of tbe medicinal roots and herbs of the United Sutes, and how Uiey are lo be ased te tbe care of diseaics; the whole arranged on a new and simple plan, by whidi tiie practice of medicine u redoeed to principles of common sense. This day received for sale by F. TAYLOR. Oct 17 ■ EMPRIERE'S ^CLASSICAL DICTIONA-Li RY.->Cheap, 439 pages closely printed, and fall bonnd in leather, price 87 cents. F. TAYLOR. Aug. 4. WHITE SULPHUR WATER.—A supply of the above water, in barrels and half barrelf, just received by pi HEAP LETTER AND FOOLSCAP PAPER ^ Good common letter paper, |1 75 per ream cheaper diuo, aueng and well made for practical purposes, |1 50 per ream. Gbod commoa foolscap at |1 75 per ream, being Ims than 9 cents per quire; extra fine ditto, ivory surface and ruled, |3 00 per ream. Blue laid, hand made, linm let ter psper, cold pressed, made for those writers who centinne the use of the goose quill in prefierence to the steel pen, |3 00 per ream, just received hy F. TAYLOR. |L;^K)ther deaeriptions of writing paper, not mentioned above, for sale at the same low rao^ of price»—cbeaner, (that is to say, having regard to the quality) man has before been offered in this market. Sept 34. C. H. JAMES. IVEW NOVEL.-Cheap edition from the ofilce ^^ of Ihe New World. Abel Parsons, a tale of the present times; an original copyright American novel, pablidied in large pamphlet form, for circulation through the mail at newspaper postage only. Price 18 cents. Aug 6 F. TAYLOR. Godolphin, a novel by BULWER, cheap editioo in pamphlet form] large quarto aize complete for 18 centa; lowest price heretofore, |l 95. This day received for sale by F. TAYLOR. Auguat 90 ( HE PATAPSCO, AND OTHER PDEMS, JL by Charlea Soran, te one volume, just pablished, aad for sale hy Jnna9 F. TAYLOR. ilNDEUBLElNK.—W. FISCHER, importer, [ has jast received direct from the manufacturer, enry Stephens, of London, bis improved composition for marking on linen, which writes with eqaal facility on the coarsest texture as on the finest fabric, and which, requiring no drying or holding to the fire, is the mostezpeditioos mode of marking linen ever offered to the pablic. Also, Indelible Ink of exeellent quality, made by KeuL Edes, Felt and Co. and Smith nnd Hodgson; all of which is f«» wholesale and retail at Stationer's Hall. March 15—9aw3w NATDRAL HierrORY, compiete te one ocm ▼o volume, 880 pagea, and aevemi handred engravings, price |9 S5, in fhU leather binding; compiled from the various works of Gki vier, Richardson, Lacepede, Baffon, Wilson, Lewis and Clarke Audubon, and other eminent naturalists. AigJ r. TAYLOR The man OF fORTUNB.^A novel, hy Mrs. Gore, two volumes; Romantic Biography of the sge (tf Blistheth, hy W. Cook Tay lor, author of the Natural History of Sçciety, two volumes. Just pablished, and this day received for sale hy F. TAYLOR, or for cireulatixm from the Waverly Circulating Library. Sep 1 T^RENCH NOTE PAPER of different siaes JP French letter paper of several different kind», i^ach folio post, jnst imported from Paris direct, by F. TAYLOR, and this day opened. Tliese papm are made expressly for the use of the BMiailic pen—for whieh purpose there st none other equal to theai in this or any other markeu Also, French tracing paper (papier vegetal) of various sizes, some very large, and of nnasaally finequali^. August 96. SHALLBNQE BLACKING.-W. FISCHER has just received from the manufacturers, m- J* Mfson & Co. a large supply of their newly made, unequalled, and inimiuble challenge Blackteg, whmh will be sold to the trade at the factory price, at Stationers' Hall, the proprietor of which ie the agent for the District of Colaahte. March 17 5 of Harper's Library of Select Novels cfwtaining Eiwene Aram, by Bnlwer, just received hy F. TAYLOR, immediately east of OadsbT%. Sept 30 Mrs. OPIE'S complete works: cheap In three volumes, large octavo, otmtaining r novels aad tales—forty-two in number, handsomely prteied and neatly bound te ctetb; Price #5 60. Sep a F. TAYLOR. SI HR UNITED IRISHMEN, by Doctor iiadden, cheap édition, from theoflce of tbe World, comptatofer Shceaia, pahli»h«d te large pamphlei-foraii for chrenlalioa tbroagb the mails at newsp^ postage oaly, last receifed, for sale by F. TAYLOR. Aag fi CI OLD LEAF.dkc.-W. FISCHER has just If received a large tapply of King's best deep Gold Leafi Gold aad Tte Foil for Deatists' asr; whieh will be coastaatly Impt for sale atSlaiioB-era* HaU. Sept SS OWNING'S COTTAGE ARCBITBC TURE.—A fcF more copies jusl ree^ia^ lew Tariff oa and after Aagaat Bjr B.D.Otdea. A few copisi for talc to OetC p. TAYLOR. ft The bankrupt law of thb uni TED STATES.-With an outHae of tbe system, together with tbe rules, and fonas, and references to recent divisione, by P. W. Cbàndlé*. one of the comarfssioners of hankrnptoy in Massachusetts, one voL, priee 50 cents. Just pnhlv-b-ed, and this day received for sale hy F. TAYLOR, who has ateo for sale scveral othei receaily puh-lished Works on the same subieci. Oct. 91 Help t6 printers and publishers; being a series of calculatioas, showing the quantity of paper required for any given number of signatores in hook work, and the number of tokens embraced therein; carried oat to an extent embmcing Ac tergest jobs: also ccmtaioing similar tables for job wmk, bilht, labds, duaiicaies of book work, Ac., ftc. By Samael N. Dkikte-soa. 1 volame, of 940 pages. Price, |196. Just received aad for sale by Nov. 9 F. TAYLOR. Bishop pearson on thb orrbd 1 vol. Bishop Buraet on tbe Tbirty-ntec Artieiea, 1 voU Newcoaib's Four Pflters, or The Trath of Christi aaity Demoastraicd, 1 vol. Jay% Morniag aad SveaiH Bxercisea for the Closet, for every ^y ia te year. New aad im|woved edttteac« ]84S^ast pablished, aadtUs day received for sale by Jnly 8 F. TAYLOR. 0LIVB;,R*8 CONVSYANCING, cheap.— Practical Cohveyaaciag, beinf a selectf«^ of forms of general utility, with actes teterq|iaÌNd. By Benjamia L. Oliver, CoaaafUor at Lav: 1 tél. 8vo, of 635 pages, tew biadiaa, mhlisbed al|6. A few copies (purchased at half price) iaaiV oeived by F-TAYLOR. Price |3 BS. Oct 96 iiw AVLAA*s, ja Bx varsmaax te; SUR vBy ^ OF HUMAN KMOWLSGB, Utastraiag thebistory, relatioas, aseB,aBd <rf>jaeta<tf ali ibe braacbea of sdence, witb a synopsii of 4air leading facia and prtaci]^, and a select ci of ho^ oa ali sdbjects, suitable for a library. The wbole desigacd u agfidafo) andasa popolar directory mi Uemtaray' and the nris, hy Roswell Park, A. M. te Jast pnblished, and tbis day rscaivad, foti Sspt 1& F. V WARPER« UBlARYClFBKt^JIÒy-11 BLS, No. T, aóatateteg «fha GmZ** an historical roaaaaae of iha aoai4 af ftawiu. bj Mrs. HofAsadt arica SS cflM»{ jùL iMääadte Sketches^ 9 vote:, ifà pablisbaF^ ojt • r a^Hl OIFT 10« 1843, aCbri»ltatetii«<llMr beaattfallir boaa^ Tli Föetry of Ftoweis of Phctiy, Wwmüm A. spieaikg coloared pte|»»^ aad tilia i AHDOli ^ paWsbed,««! Ang. 13 ;