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UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE AS SECURED . BY THE CONSTITUTION. PUBLIC MEETING. All persons opposed to the passage of the RE G1STRY LAW now pending before the Le gislature, are requested to attend a public meeting meeting at Tammany Hall on Tuesday evening next 24th inst at 7 o'clock, to adopt a remonstrance remonstrance against the passags of said Law, or any one of similar character, and to express an opinion opinion npon this Unhallowed Attempt to Deprive Deprive the Citizens of the Pbivileges Guaranteed Guaranteed by the CONSTITUTION. New York, March 16th., IS40. Charles G Ferris John B Stevenson Jeremiah Towle Shivers Parker John Lavden Henry Arcularios jr Wra. Hoffman F. S Buckley James A. Chappie Wm.H. Baker J. V. Benschoten Andrew Connolly John McGrath Edward Shirlock Daniel Lalor Daniel Chamber W. C. H. Waddel Wm. Den man. J. P. Hall Eleazer Miller S. Britton Gilber G. Newman George W. Curli Wm. White Joseph Kuler Jas. H. Suydam Joseph D. Edwards Isaac Cocteiair Lawrence Van Wart Charles Webb Joseph O'Connor Joseph Rose jr L K Coon ley Charles Colladay F C Treadwell John Windt Miln Parker Oakley John Maerr Elias J Pentz F Byrdsall E Fiiz?erald John II Bowie Robert Beatly C Hempstead G David Stephen Jordan John Hickey Daniel Lawrence Hugh Killen Win A Jackson John Brewerin Samuel Compton L. M. Van Wart Thomas M. Gahagaa Joseph C. Swain Peter R. Sparks John F. Davis C. M. Brown John Singer William Thomas Allen P. Thomav J. W. Conklin A. W. Hamilton Daniel L. M. Peixotts John Tall man jr Geo. B. Wooldridgt John Orser Robert L. Green Nathaniel Finch Philip Tabele Lawrence Langton A.J.F. Tombs Samuel J. Pooley David Garthwaiie Flward White James M Hedges Thomas J. Middled itch John Hubbard William Taylor Samuel W. Coc Geo. Henry Barrett Thos Dolan C. B. Archer W. L. Castle F. W. Cnrree Isaac Asten Wm. Wine Joseph Alden T. II. Blakclv John W. Heath II. S. Grant T. T. Turner W. D. Palfrey Samuel Gallon Daniel Chambers David Kissam John Iluiton D. W. Blair John Pherrant Cornelius Cassady R. Bunn Clement Guion C. R. Robinson John Reese Jacob Aitne Nelson J. Wateibury Brayton A. Campbell Smith Sloan Stephen Par Joseph A Walter Durbrow Thomas Lloyd James Van Gelden Robert Bunn Prosper M. Wheirnore Wm. Front E. W. Baily Wm. Slokley Moses Looker Edwin Velsor Malachi Fallon W Dupee J. S. Brunett Stephen Ha&brouck R. S. Jenkins Thomas Riley Chas. B?iter Robert Walker John J. Moore Hugh Reilly George Wykes D. Whitney James Neale John Miller Wm. San ford Chas. F. Watts H. Harns E. Heflern Cornelius M. Trueson John Cunneen Patrick Stephens David Price Sampson Moore Wm. Dingier P. Thompson Timothy Cunneen Andrew Smith Hugh Mc Williams Tiuioihy McGarry John Cunneen J. L. Fairchild Wm. Mather Thomas Branson Samuel Mooney Thomas Johnson Levi Gardner Thophilus Civill John S. Totten Wm. Robins Geo. Sherwood Theo. II. Jenkins O. Bellows John Savage James P. Shirkey Fredrick Seger Wm. Arbuthuot Wm. O'Neil Lemuel Freelano Anthony Kelly Horatio S Hamilton Wm. Mclntire Thomas Munday James Hill Frederick Tarr Wm. Ackerman F. Chittenden James Harley Thos. J. Roach Henry Tremain W. D. Kraft Joseph Brown Wm. Johnson John Hasseck Daniel T. Morrison Casper C. Child Evander Child jr Rowland Hill W. H. Lorton D. C. Pentz W. H. Hughes John H. Reid Alex. Niblo Peter II. Hylzer David 11. McAlpin Geo. B. Mead Patrick Larkin Edward Malaly James H. Hyatt H. Purdy Frederick S. Ilender Vincent Bodine Pearson S. Halstead Gilbert Graham Wm. S. Garre Richard King James G. Halstead John I Pittman Wm Hadley Charles Wright George Lorine Wm. H Samler James Chamberlain Wm. Graham Charles Campbell Samuel Vallear James Cruise Daniel Lalor Jeremiah Brasheary James McUraih John Brown Isaac G. Berol Alex. H. Stewait James E. Hyde S. Mellin Henry B. Roome A. B. Purdv John MeCa'ihl Andrew Mutton Wm. Messrve C. Van Benschoien James M. Carstang George Hutton Stephen Brower W. 15. Marsh Wm. Hatfield John Rikeman John Chamberlain Wm. Hipwell John Barry - Thomas Keitch Thos. R. Hatfield Abrm. Chamberlain Thomas H. White Francis N. Douiinick Francis Machlni H. B. Atherton Aaron H. Alden Wm. Odcll Joseph P. Flynn Washington Q. Hutton Robert J. Latnoree Wm. N. Hodges R. Sparks Hepwell David D. Crane R Turner Henry Hellenbake Joseph Nesbit Francis Malcom Samuel W. Disbrow Hendrickson Walters T. J. Middleditch Jacob Mew role Fernando Wood John House John C. Housten John P. Hadley R. H. Arnsdcn E. Van Zant Stephen H. Feeks James Bush Court Mallony Daniel Wester veil Ichabod Lockwood Philip Conklin Joseph Springsteen John Liuryee Wm. Farmer John Row Wm. Blauvelt John Daker James Westcivett Hpnry Springsteen Jacob Cristv Jeremiah Blanch James amvrK Abrm. J. Glnackenboss Theo. H. Knowlton Henry Dunn Egbert G. Sweet Oliver Smith John salmon Henry Licbenan John W. Edmonds A. Mastin El ward Gallagher Wm Froment T. S. J. Shankianu" Jacob M. Kneeland Jonathan Lyon Alex. Ming jr James T. Brady Walter Heyer Wm Woodruff Wm. J. Hopson James Konery J. N. Rikeman John A. GroKban Henry Lannon T. Williams John J Marsh Edward C Marsh William Haring Levi Springsteen Joseph Haring William fli. xscii Peter Duryee David Banta Amb.G. DePew A. Hill Silas Estabrook James English Wm. Durant Samuel Chappell John Peck John (i. Ferris Thomas S Walsh jr Thomas Charlock Christopher Schroab Edmund D. Druminond Wm. F. Douglas David Kilmer Charles Hunter Nathaniel Tindall Sylvanu Bloodgood Daniel Ward Henry Brown Samuel S. Field Matthias Crane Hnry McKee John Cross A. Reed Jarcd W.Bell John M. Bloodgood C. W. Hebberd John H. Low Joseph Hopkins Geo. W. McPherson Samuel R. Gelden Michael S. Roberts Wm. F. Godfrey ftuincy Stuwell William C Bryant Amb.T. Hillyer James Enelish Gerardu Boyce Joseph O'Connor J. W. Carpenter John Pettigrew Archibald Tappen John F. Wardlow Valentine Baker James Dir.an Charles Gallagher John I. Mamford Jacob D. Clute Jacob Colvin D. C. Nichols J. O. Horton Wm Lyons John Gallagher Richard J. Williams John Walling Egbert G. Sweet Averv Green Philip H.Finke Benj. S. Peniman John Vidito Murick Puffer James IL Brown D. W. Lamb Albert Healy Leonard Mott Robert N. Eldridge Oliver Monroe Jeremiah Haley Lianiei fciancjge Dudley Haley Thomas M. Tucker Stephen Moschette John Gibson Isaac Rogers Stephen Halev ir Thomas Gandem Letri M. Hort C. H. Hebberd Cornelius Underwood Chas.Maeniie ?iMa!.l - Tl 1 n . . . icucii. nruwicr smitb Mnraia James Donohne Patrick Larkin Abm. M. Sweet Christopher Schwab Thomas Garrison Wm Hewitt Ke - ssalaer Donohue John J. Wilson Samuel D. Wilson jr W. Smith John Wiggins A. D. Wilson Moses E Oakley John Moore Anthony MtGowan Amos Cheney John Clark I. Van Butkirk F. R.Lee Howard S. Schenck Jonas Colon Jonathan Purdy Henry J. Bowen Peter F. Burroughs Ceorere Desinger H. W. Gibliland Rose well G. Allen Geo. Clinch Barnard W. CarTerty Matthew W. Harpel Eph. B. Bnlander John McKeon Byrla W. Bassford James Hyatt John Vanderleek Samnel S. Beers Jefferson Brondy P. W. Teller - Uniel D. Rose Charles C. Breed Linus Reed Ebn. A. Lewis Smith Moore Elijah Anderson Wm. P. Fisk Wm S. Conely Geo. Sonne Robert Ray Cornelius S. Sloat Michael F.tzpatrick Samuel Donsbee R - B. Connolly Thomas Carlm John San ford James Talbot Peter Vallear Isaiah Vallear George Albeinson Levi D. Slamm Richard WTier M. F. Perrine R.Cunningham Jno. W. Ketchum John A. Reed John B. Barks Beniamine Derve L. II. Emmons Anauius Natheus Angs. C Downing Samuel Tnrney Lewis Dotv Al. 11. Smith jr Robert J. F. Randolph M. H Underhill tsiooraneld Randolph Asahel Reed raincK Koonev John Hurley Alfred Wheston U U. CooK Jer. B. Johnson James W. Clark C. Rutter James A. Frazar P. B. Warts J. W. Oakley John Kevser Richard Glnresleere P. S. Van Houten John Minuse John Green James Kirman David Kinny Thos. J Hendlen W N.Brooks James Thomson Seaman H.W right Henry Kevser Thomas W. Jenkins Wm. Moore Wm. Nilingale IT - FOR TH1C RRNRITIT OF THE RROOK. LVN APPRENTICES' LIBRARY. By particular aolicl - tation, SUior DouKas lectures on the Mili'aiy events of the N iaxara Camnaicn In 1AI4. rm - .fnflv 'tplivrl hfnr the Mercantile Library Aaarciaiiou of New York, will be repeated ai tne Brooklyn Lyceum, for tin hen fit of tlw Apprentices' I jbrary, commencing ou FRIDAY EVENING uri. , nan past o'clock. Tickets 25 rents, to be had at the door; at the Brooktyn Post Office. U 6. Wil.ipr'n and R Riilvcra - e'l'ii Rrtnrn J. 8. Mackav'a Exchange Office, and W. Railev'a lrn Store, eornerof 8an!s ami Fulton sis. Broi.klyn, March 17, 1 - M0. V. M OI.COTT, 11. NICHOLS, T. S WOODCOCK, F. DOW, mil) K Lecture Cotouiittee. tO - THE REV. Mr. KIRK, on his return from Philadelphia, will preach on TUESDAY EVENING, 24th instant, in the North Dutch Church, eornerof Fulton and William streets, at ?4 o'clock ; on which occasion he will present the success and wants of Ihe French Church, which the Rev. Mr. Williamson ts gathering in this city. A collection will be takcu up lor the object. nitf) If C. U. WILLIAMSON, E. H. LUDLOW, Auc l aeer. SHUIKBKRV, ROIE THKKSfc PLANTS. ffr - E. H. LUDLOW CO. will Bell at auction onTHl'RS. DAY, March U6, at 12 o'clock, at ibe salea room 13 Bioadst a splendid assortment of flowers, shrubs, fruit trees, Ac, in fine order, ar.d selected with great care in Europe hy a connoisseur and all warranted consisting of camelias' in bloom, a moat rare and splendid assortment of monthly and ever blnomina roses, embracing the newest and best kinds cultivate in f ranee, some ot which cost from 3 to 4 dol lars a hush in Paris ; earclnnua, japlionicea blooming in Fpiing and autumn, nape! yellow ieamine Two winged silver hells, blue or purple lilacs. Persian white do. a variety variety of magnolias and rhododendron?, English gooseber lies, gold (lowering do, large red Antwerp currents, the berries of this new and extraordinary productive variety are nearly as large as the luorrillo cherrv ; purple, mval and wnue chapels, gripe vines three yeais old, Chinese i.aniuus, wcriiiiz wiiiuwB, logeinerwim a variety or ornamental ornamental evergreen trees terms cash. in!05us CO AlCTIOS NOTICE Eiteniv!r.t.i.. gam and valuable Furniture of all descriptions ; Piano Fortes, Paintings, French Plato Looking Klade. Beds, Mattresses, "Curtains. Brussels Csrpeiicg. Ac, TO MORROW, MORROW, al 10J o'clock, in the Large Rooms. 32 Ann and 115 r niton streets. THOMAS BELL, m Auctioneer. PAl'L B LLOVD, Auctioneer. " BT - PAISTINUS - WM. Cel ORMK K will sell tomorrow, tomorrow, the 21s', at II o'clock, in theaca'tetnv of Arts, No. .t Harriay street, win he cunnnix 4 and rinsed the saic of u ramiing. i nrre are some valuable Paintings an hand, mi oi which uiun ue soiu, as me room must he given up io 11IC BllClllUUU. IU3I II tO - GREAT SALE OP VAI.VABI.K FRAMED OII.PAi - NTING - By the old masters, being the collection of two gentlemen about leaving tbo country, now exhibiting in die new granite building, corner ol Broadwav and Chamber street, entrance in Chamber street. Sale to j lake place on WEDNESDAY &TIITJRSD A Y,25th and 26th March, at II o'clock, A. M. Admission free. This collection is the richest and most interestiuz forv. rimy of subjects of any that has heretofore been olfered at public auction in this country. ladies and gentlemen are invited to call and examine the collection. The Uallery will be opened tor the inspection of the miting every day until the flay of sale, from 10 A. M. lili dark, and will be lighted on uie evening juewuusi. inlSists AARON LEVY, Auctioneer. REMOVED FROM 410 III DSON STREET. tCT - SILK RIBBON & BRAID MANUFACTORY, 109 CANAL STREET, NEW YORK. JOHN Mi - RAE, DEALER IN RAW AND FLOSf PI IK. MOHAIR, dec. and Manufacturer of Silk Coods in general, intorino his friends snd the public, that he manufactures and has constancy cn hand Ihe following goods, with many others, in the ailkline: Round and rquare Silk Braided Cord for Tailors' uae,made of viperior silk rwut. Merino and Silk Russia Braids, all colors, for oruauientinj boya' clothing, furniture, c. Wove Braid, all widths, for Boston wrappers and binding. Watchand Guard Kioooimaoii Silk Guard Chains. Hat Bauds aud Bindingr. Lacel Brai Ja, kc. Friends' suxrior Silk Shawls Braided Silk Fishing Lines, superior to imported, made auy ieogih. ' Flow suit, for embroidery. Fine Tram Silk, for trimming manu&cturers Fine Oreanziue, for Fits weavers. Prepared Mohair, lor Misses' and Ladicd' Nells. c. 2Cr - Orders promptly executed. Uu tO - REPLY TO WEBSTER. Wil! be pu'iilsh ed lo morrow, A LETTER TO DANIEL WKUSTER.ol Massachusetts, a member of the Senate of the Cniterl Siates in reply to his legal opinion to BARING. BROTHERS dc CO , unen the illegality and unconstitutionality of State Bonds and l.oan of Slate Credit. For sale by WARDEN HAYWARD.S) Dmriion street, and othei Bookse lers ; also by JolinWindt. 152 Chambers' streei,aniiai me ouices ot iae Evening Port and New Era. Price 25 ceata. m!3cf A CARD. TCy - T. W. WH1TLY, 211 Hudson street, taies tews of lactones. Hotels hechanical Operations and Machine. ry.and engraves them on corner or stoue. Also, prepares drawings and papers lor the Patent Office, and c leats, repairs repairs and retouches old paintings. N. U. Leksons in Landscape Painting. fcSl EO REMOVAL ALFRED ELMENDORF, Draper snd lailor has removed Irom No. 2 Vcsey slreet to 373 Broadway, corner of White street. He would inform his old patrons and friends that he has made ariangetncms ta keep constantly supplied with a well selected and faslut.n - alile stock ot cloths, c, and respectfully solicit a continu - ance of their patronage. m9 am CO - FL'KNITfR;SAI,E - Tlis undersigned wil give iheir personal attendoo to salee if furniture, as usual. Persons wishing the same dipposed auction, will please hand their invoices to the subscribers. feZJ '.mis JAS. M. MILLER Ic Co., 23 Broad st. rC3 - I. A . MILLS, of the late 6rm of MILLS At CO., - jtT. - rs Id services io his friends and the public lor selling AT ALCTION tha Furniture of families breaking up housekeeping. All orders left at his Office, No 2SPeie street, (opposite the office of the Evening Post.) will be punctually attend edf - ; UA ,,5rTjriRKSCHMItMXERV. - LVHTrTINfS. II AM. 3S7 Broadway, willopen Paris Faihions on Thursday next, the 12ih mtt. mg i MRS. LEWIS, (pupil of Henri Hem.) continues tu give nstructton on the Piano Forte, Singing, and TUro igh Bass, it her own residence and that of iter pupils. For terms, apply to Mrs. L. 3li Broadway, nearly opposite the A'hc - CO - CARD MRS. BAILEY. Vocalist, respectfully infbrnis lier friends and families in New York, that he io preyed to give Lessoustoa limited number of Pupils, in Singing and on the Pianoforte. Mrs. Bailey will also engage to gix - e instruction in Ladies' Ladies' Schools, in either of the above branches. For terms, apply or address No. 8t Walker street, or at Mr. Milieu's Music Saloon, 329 Broadway . fc29 3m K - MECHANIC'S BANK, Nbw - Tosk, 3th ol March, 1810. The annual eiecuon of Directors in thin In - etilulion, will be held at the Banking IIoum No IC Wall street, on Tuesday the 7ih day of April next, between the hours oll2 o'clock, A M aud 2 o'clock, P.M. By order of the Board nwtfA F. W. EDMONDS, Cashier. tp - SOUTHERN MAIL ARRANGEMENT 1 he undersigned would resjiccMuUy state to merchants and o hers. that he has made arrangements so as tn make up mail foi Philadelphia and beyond ot 14 o'clock, P M. every day, except Sunday, which connects with the great Southern Southern mail which leaves Jersey City with tb6o'elock train. if. citimiAHi, r. m. lro P. O. Jen ey City, X. J. March AJ, 1840. CfiT PIANO FORTES WAKE ftl tfV v.. 1C6 Ful on street, opposite St. Paul's Church, liave. on hand a mukc iu ueauuiui assonment oi Koseood and Mahnga, ny brand Action PIANO FORTES, warranted in every ; respect, which ther will scH at re lucrd prices. mlu K - PIANO FORTES. NUNNS c CLARK No. 240 Broadway, opposite the Paik. continue lo ma nnufacluie and offer lor sale al ibeir Wareroom, au ex tensive assortment of Grand Action Piano Hones a prices as low as any other establishment in this city. jaSisif tr - r ISSt'RA NC K. The MECHANICS' FIRE IV SLRANCE COMPANY, Newark, N. J . lucorporated in 1524, insure again lessor dainnge bv fire in Ihe Ciiv of New York, ou dwelling houses, furniture, stores, and mer - chandibe. Applications for insurance, or renewal of policies, will be attended te by J. L. Baldwin. 77 Wiiliam street. . W. A. MVER, President, E. 8. Graham. Secretary. Newark, March 7th, 1W. mhl8 1m TO GROCERS COUNTRV MERCHANTS. SCSp - W. HULL SON, No. 212 Cliffstreet, nowmann - lacture all their flrun hv atAain - nrm . . , .i . ......, wiiimBcw - ea, urown anu au lue lasicy Reaps, periorto that manuUctorea In the at a leas price. aliisSoaD is much m old way, and can be sold Patent Ksansd Moala Caudlfi i 300 25 25 25 as ISO 109 ll 3 a 10 47 iro 10 25 10 33 100 SO I0U N3 100 l'J 114 18S 175 6f.r. i 101 7. a. ross the j 5 from 1 a caah at ? . UJo IS? s I jbs prices S6 late of Mr. Inrf her a Ma at t in at . V -

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The Evening Post (New York, New York)20 Mar 1840, FriPage 2
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