Brooklyn Daily Eagle 16 Nov 1850 - elected 8th ward elections inspector

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a of a a - I in a the that her and hie i in Va.t over ! I ! twenty of I smart ; now San the . the New York papeTei which are all wrong in their statements of the majority for Governor in Kings. A complete table, Which will hot vary ten votes from the official canvass, shows that Hunt's majority is 632. Albany Atlas. Our assertion, it will have been seen, is fully sustained by the official canvass there being a difference of nine votes 'between onr table and the official report. We gave Hunt 632 majority, and the Board of Canvassers returned 523. For Mayor, Conkliu Brush.,.. .. John Rice . . - George Hull Rice CRice.... ..4220 ..3937 ..11)91 .. 1 Whole No. votes. 1J13 John Smith..... ;.420 frank HDikemim. 415 Charles Demareet. . 128 William M Barnottl3l 96: Johu Conkliu Brush Ricojl Brush G Hall George C Hall ... L Tappun Philander Shaw.. Geo Hull 10,159 Still Voting. JohnC Wright, the Whig Edi tor of the Cincinnati Gazette, arrived in Cleveland last week and reported that they are still voting for Wood, in Hamilton county majority increasing from day to day, about one hundred. Upon this the Cleaveland Plaiudealer, (Dem.) says : " We are authorized by the Governor elect to request that further voting now cease, as the official majorities from all the counties are now in, aud there are found to be votes enough ; also, to render thanks to tho Hamiltonians for their patriotism and perseverance." Dreadful Railroad Accident A train on the New Haven Railroad, near Hartford, or, Thursilnv evening, came in contact wi'h n vehicle containing a young lady and gentleman. They were both dashed to tile ground jind instantly killed ! No clue to their identity was obtaiqpd, although it is reported that they were brother and sister, and named McLelland. They were very haudsomely dressed, and nppareatly of the first class in society - . Jenny Lind. The Conoert of the Vocal Queen, last night, was fujly attended, though not crowded. She was in glorious voice, and entranced her heart ers with every note she carolled. Wc shall say more in our next. for ComDtroller. Charles C Betts 5480 Peter Bergen 4023 P Durgen, jr 0 Peter Bergen 1 Ethan Rstabrook 1 Daniel CbaunCev George. A Searing. 3 John B Stratton... 1 John Dimon 1 James How y CharlesHThompson 2 Nathaniel F Wurln ' 2 William Hininun. ' 2 Robert Lucky 1 WmCHeatou ... Cornelius Vnndino 105 110 369 359 10,117 For Street Commissioner, John l Lawrence 5422 Ethan Estnbrook 4022 Edward Copland 3 Peter Bergen 1 1113 962 Commissioner of Excise, Wholo No. votes. .512 454 John Dimon 109 343 Joseph Potter 102 08 Fiaher How J Thomas Cohviu.. 1 John IS Merrill SDBaccus 1 10,048 Tor CominisV of Repairs, John W Cochrun 5401 William M Harris 4655 W M Harris I W H Harris J Crowded Out. The statement of the City Canvassers has crowded out much matter, which was intended for this day's Eagle. Reduction of Fare. Jamaica will shortly be rendered as easy aud cheap of access and ogress as any suburban village of the city of New York. The L. I. Railroad Company intend shortly, we understand, to reduce their fare from and to this village and Urpoklyn from 30 cents to 12 1 - 2 cents ; and a continuation of the omnibus line from Peck Slip to East New York, to be extended to Jamaica. Jamaica with these important advantages must and will go ahead. L. I. Jfarmer. 10,058 Collector of Tuxes, Isn - je P S Ltrinnt 5405 Danid Vim Voorhis. . .4040 1) Van Voorhis 2 Daniel Isaac P S Brian! I Ethan Easlubrook 1 1) Vanvoris I Vans I I V tl riant 1 Corneli'm A liogiirdns. 1 Aldermen, Whole No. votcs..806 477 Thomas DHudson.2i5 105 M'irtiil Ejer - on...i(jo 114 SeymourL HuatedlOl ji'j J limes McKee 183 1 29 Dusted l 8.10 - 177 Constable, Whole No. votes. .402 237 William liydo 228 115 Kufus IC U illiams. 174 iv - Assessor. Whole No. votes. . Iliram Fnrrington. Coo D Juckson. . . . 402 237 238 124 114 10,059 For Chief of Polico. Johns Folk 5427 William Jenkins .... William M Harris... Daniul Van Voorhis. Jenkins Janus Folk James W Kirby .. . . Z It Combs. , Philip Crook .4057 10,091 First Ward. Districts, 1st. 2J. Captain of Polico, WhoJeNo. votes Joel Smith Robert White - .., .:iso .259 ,1111 Stateincnt of tho Board of Cauvasscra for City Officers. The Board of Canvassers having met pursuant to'law. at the room of the Common Council on the 1 lib day of November, 1850, proceeded to ascer - I tain the votes given at the election held on the tb day ot iNovember mst., (lor Mayor, Aldermen, and such other officers as are by the provisions of the act.entitled an act to revise and amend these veral acts relating to the city of Brooklyn, passed April 4th, 1850) for the several persons voted for thereat; and do hereby determine and declare that the following pera - ms have respectively received the highest number of votes for each 'of the offices mentioned in the following statement, and are re spectively elected to such offices, viz': For Mayor, Conklin Brush. Fur Comptroller, Charles C. Betts. For Street Commissioner, John D. Lawrence. tor Collector of Taxes, Isaac P. S. Briatit. For Chief ot Police, johu S. Folk. For Captain of Police. 174 102 174 310 99 92 7ll 75 172 103 62 1 1 174 102 70 1 1 1st district 2d do Sd do 4th do brutal on as a men - for off at Car - rest ; assassin the the who met his spot the the gore and the piteous men ider - crime was had depth, sev one the his de - by them belonging in Joel Smith Thomas King James VV. Kirby Christopher Wright For Aldermen. Ward. 1 Thomas Brooks, Isaac H Smith i Edward Pell, Francis B Spiaola 3 Jesse Read, Charles R Marvin 4 Peter G Taylor, Samuel Booth 5 John Leech, Frederick Morris 6 Electus B Litchfield, George W. Stilwell 7 Thomas D Hudson, Seymour L H'usled 8 Johu V Bergen, Henry A Kent 9 Rem Lefferts, John S Ryder 10 Edward A Lambert, John Williams 11 William M Muchmore, Thomas R Lush For Attestors. John Cashow, Benjamin F Meeker, James Friel, Erra Baldwin. John Rosa, George Remsen, Hiram Farrington, Peter Wyckoff, Jr., John Mott, Hiram K Haskins, Francis O Kirby. For Constables. William K Squires, Daniel Sirey, Jeremiah W Higgins, Samuel B Hicks, Nicholas Bennett, Mathew O'Rourke, William Hyde, Zebulon R Combs, James Connor, - . Daniel K Smith, Alexander Skinner. 1 Ward 2 do 5 do 4 do 6 do 6 do 1 do 8 do 9 do 10 do 11 do 1 Ward 2 do 3 do 4 do 6 do 8 do 7 do 8 do 9 do 10 do 11 do 1 Ward 2 do 3 do 4 do 5 do 8 do 7 do 8 do 9 do 10 do 11 do Fisher How George LShaw, John Dimon, William H. Carey, John McNamee, Samuel P Robinson, Egbert K Van Beuren Elisha Burbank, Thomas H Redding, Henry NKeeney, John D Emmons. For Inspectors of Election. Ward. Dist. lt 1st Charles H Thompson, James How do 2d George N Mead, Oscar Johnson 2d 1st Benjamin F Meeker. John P Lott do 2d Andrew J F Tombs. Joseph M Van Aradalo 3d 1st John Smiih, Frank H Dikemau do 2d John B trutton, John Dimon 4th 1st Moses Van Bureu, Robert Atwater do 2d Isaac Allen, Moulton Bullock 5th 1st Daniel Ladd, James Howard r do 2d Harvoy Force, cramuel C titringbam 6th 1st William C Heatou, Cornelius Van Dujno do 2d Mich olC flicker, Silas V. Wimple 7lb 1st John P Meud. Miller Bobbins do 2d William A Creene, Marvin R Bobbins 8th Obadiuh Walling, Joseph II Field 8 h Isaac ISrinkerholf, John Swan, 10th 1st Michael T Gibbous, John Van Duyne do 2.1 Henry N Keeney, George lulvev 11th lt Lewis H Foster, James K Morrell do 2d John Buckley, Thomas Pettit The following named persons having the next highest to the elected inspectors are declared to be Inspectors by the Board of Canvassers, viz: Ward. Dist. 1 1st William Hinman do 2d James H How 2 1st Joseph Abraras do 2d Dauiel T Leverich 3 1st William M Bennott do 2d George A Searing 4 1st Joseph Hegeman do 2d Gerard M Stevens 6 1st Aaron Storer do 2d Joel C Oakcs 6 1st William H Robertson do 2d Jarvis W Ser.cerbox 7 1st Olarkson Underbill do 2d Thomas Kitzsimmotis 8 James Sharkey 9 Georgo W Van Winkle 10 1st Johu D Cocks do ' 2d Hamilton B Bradshaw 11 1st Cornelius Nostrand do 3d George YV Rogers 300 Aldermen, Whole No. votes.. 7i3 Thomas Brooks . . .253 Isaac 11 Smith.... 252 Henry P Waring . . 102 Edward Lynch . . . 103 F T Peet J Ieachar G Rcid... 1 Leonard N Delackcr. 1 Edward A Lambert William H Story.,, J E Souihworlh David A Fithian 713 Constable, Whole No. votes. .358 William KSquircs259 Patrick Mullen.... 98 Isaac Schuyler 1 Wm Whitehill John R Corr 358 Assessor, Whole No. votes.. 247 John Cashow 247 Isaac Van Anden. James 1! Faronism II K Haskins 247 174 Inspectors of Election, Whole No. votes.. 72J 337 Chos H Thomson. 258 James How 249 1 N'alhan'l F Waring 89 William H'niman.. 100 1 James II How 11 George Sweeney.. 11 60 CharlfB Demurest, i WjlliainMBuruet: 1 James H Howe. ... 69 George N Mead ... 104 Oscar Johnson.... 95 Jacob Kaler 1 A Van Duyue 1 MTGibbius 1 J Van Duyne 1 CH Thompson 1 N Waring 1 William CHeaton. 1 720 337 Commissioner of Excise, Whole No. votes.. 326 123 Fisher How 222 77 Mott Bedell...... 102 49 William HCary. . 1 John Xlurion J SamuelP Kubinaon 1 Thomas Cobart... 1 32 - i 128 Skcond Ward, Captain of Police, Whole N o. votes . . 29 524 Thomas King 157 267 John Fulton 135 257 King 1 J Fulton 2 295 524 Aldermen, Whole No. votes.. 599 1037 Thomas J Gerald.. 140 212 Edward Poll 170 269 John J Studwell . . 127 260 Francis B Spiuola. 138 260 E Pell 1 FBtfpmola 2 J W Knox 1 W S Dillingham - - 2 E C Nelson 1 William Jenkins. 1 599 1037 Constable, Whole No. voles. .289 521 Henry Oakey 136 2U4 Daniel Sirey 151 257 H Oakey 2 28s) 521 Assessor, Whole No. votes.. 302 523 George W Prince.. 136 257 Benjamin FMeekerl66 271 302 523 Inspectors of Election, Whole No. votes. . 522 891 John P Lott 100 Benjamin F Meekerl63 Joseph Abrams. . . 100 Isaac Van Keureu, 98 Litle Skrogins... 3 B F Meeker 1 Andrew J F Tombs 263 JosM VanAredale 263 Daniel T Leverich . 184 William M Boerum 181 512 451 Fourth VVakd, Captain ol' Police, Whole No. votos . . 508 724 Joel Smith 410 463 Robert White 153 251 James IV Kirby... J Christopher Wright I 568 724 Aldermyn, Whole No. votes. II 32 1450 Peter G Taylor.... 417 451 Samuel Booth 4s2 470 Barnabas H Booth 140 267 John Miirschnlk... 145 255 1 homos Brooks... 1 Isaac jr Sra'th i James Ashlield 1 Jchn Williams 1 Jesso Rend 1 William M Muchmore 1 Thomas It Lush. . 1 Blower Marschalk. I B Booth 1 1132 1450 Constable, Whole No. votes.. 568 721 Samiwl B Hicks.. .420 463 Moses Abbot 144 252 Pop Morrell 1 George Holboit:. 1 Isaac Van Kuren. . 1 William K Squires 1 Daniel K Smith... 1 Alexander Skinner 1 Jenny Lind 3 Jeruniinh WUiggins 568 721 Assessor, Whole No. votes. .572 739 Ezra Baldwin 410 380 Samuel W Sneden 161 345 John Cashow 1 Charles R Fleckner 1 Sneden 1 Samuel Terry 1 Francis Kirby.... I 572 739 Inspectors of Election, WboleNo.votes.mil 1460 Mosas Van Bur - en. 414 41! Robert Atwater. . .415 46 Joseph Hegeman. 145 9 John C Roach 144 10 Isaac Allen 8 419 Moultou Bullock.. 8 417 Gerard M Stevens. 2 255 Alfred Emmanuel. 2 249 James Howe 1 Charles II Thomson 1 John D Cox 1 William H Hoe..'. I Blower Carter John Whitseley. . . 1 George W Rodgers 1 Leonard H Foster. 1 James It Morrell. . 1 John Smith 1 Frans H Dikeman 1 238 Inspectors of Election, Whole No. voles. .799 4R8 John P Mead..... jo 13 Miller Uobbius. ..D08 13 Clarkson Underhilig3 10 Frederick Scholes.lGl 10 B Schjles jc, Casper Urban 7 Thomas Fitzsim - mons 7 (1.1 M R Kobbins ; tlj William A Green. 4 115 Marvin R Rubbing 1 is 799 - 163 Commissioner of Excise, Whole No. votes.. 307 227 Egbert IC Van Beuren 531 108 Edward Thorpe ... 133 1 19 Asa Ilubboll i John Dimnud 1 367 227 Eighth Waku. Captains or rolice. Whole No. votes Aldermen, Whole No. votes 64 1 Joseph Wilson 141) John V Bergen 10U Henry A Kent 19J Theodore Polhemusjr. 141 Cornelius Bennett 1 611 Constable, Whole No. voles 31 1 Zcbulou R Combs 205 Augustus M. Savage. - - ''6 311 Assessor, YV hole ro. voles 32 - 2 rct'rWyck - orr, jr iKi Adrian V Cortelyou. . . 139 322 201 John Swan 201 . - fteorge VV Van Winkle 144 Thomas French '. . HI, "C87 Commissioner of Excisn, Whole No. votes.. 334 .Thomas II Redding... 208 Jeremiah Lynch 126 331 Tknth Ward. Cuiitniu of Police, Whole No. vote.. Oil 571 AlexanderAiulersou285 280 .TamusW Kirby. . .326 291 OU 571 Aldermen. Whole No. votes. 1239 1155 Edward ALambertSOl 309 raviii - Fithinn....206 234 John Williams. ...324 291 James Ashtleld 318 271 '. B Lichfield .... 2 Ceo W Slillwell.. 2 1243 1155 Constable. Whole No. votes. .017 575 Daniel Smith 313 282 John R Corr 271 293 Mathew O'Rourko 3 617 Assessor, Whole No. votes .624 Hiram K HaskiKS.300 Charles R Fleckner322 George Rcmnen . . 2 578 306 Oil 578 Inspectors of E'cclion, Whole No. voles. 1234 1144 S Mullov J!l II A Keeney 20 John D Cocks 231 103 William H Noe.. .229 101 Michael T Gi!lons244 23 John Van Dyne... 245 23 M C Hickey 1 W II Robinson.... 1 Silas V Whipple. 1 Hamilton B Brad shaw 102 J Hoiikin 101 Henry A Kenney . . George Molloy...'. John Ilodgkiii 179 271 2711 174 piipft'of Begs to liberal announce Lyceum the 8th Ladies, on the Mr. and several Hull, streets, October, o clock. o'clock. The Looms, Saturdays usual with Ball Polka renips celebrated Tiio their Terms Schools a3f" island and Goods ing from Boiuticui 1234 1144 Commissioner of Excise, Whole No votes.. 493 526 Ca:b J Leverich. .247 257 Henry N Koeney..240 269 Inspectors 01' Election. Whole No. votes.. James Sharkey Obadiah Walling William II Tatidv ... Joseph II Field..". Donasha J Donshea. .. . ... .. Wm Chesley James Donshea . . 611 143 173 no 169 I I oil Comiiiissioner - of Excise. Whole No. votes 228 Cornelius Beimel 101 Elisha liurbttuk 1 - J5 Blank 2 Ninth Ward. Captains of Police, Whole No. votes Aldermen, Whole No. votes 677 Rem LeOcrts 195 John S Ryder 183 William H Campbell . . 153 Alfred S Smith 145 D Waldon - - - - 1 1141 1460 Commissioner of Excise, Whole No. votes. .493 048 William H Cary. . .384 437 Suydam Hegeman. 109 210 Daniel T Leverich 1 John Dimon 1 r uher Howe I J ohn McNamee. . . 1 Blank 1 Mott Bedell 1 Fifth Ward. Captain of Polic, Whole No. votes. .748 578 Thomas King 492 313 John Fulton 253 265 John Hunt 1 John Bird..., l Thomas Burns 1 748 578 Aldermen, Whole No. votes. 1515 1170 John Leech 252 252 John Nnylor 1J34 250 Frederick Morrisl349 1711 Jesse M Folk 3 .'8 172 i rancis G Quevedol87 138 Henry A Moore. . . 105 179 1515 1170 Constable, Whole No. votes. .762 588 Nicholas Bennett. .432 325 William Saunders.329 263 Tom McCabe 1 762 583 Assessor. Whole No. votes. .766 590 John Robs 520 327 F.benezor Smith.. 216 263 766 590 Inspectors of Election, Whole No. votes. 1332 1103 Daniel Ladd 439 James Howard 328 William A Brownlee91 James O'Farrell. .231 Aaion Storer 242 Arthur Wellwood. 141 Harvey Force 312 SnmuelC Stringham 244 Joel C Oakes 944 William McLaughlin iB2 1332 1IQ3 Commissioner of Kxcise - Whole No. votes.. 651 531 James DeRevere. . 95 159 Minnie Suydam ... 1 93 240 John McNamee... 361 132 George Hall 1 Jonny Lind 1 Constubie, Whole No. votes. .. . James Connor Thomas Gill Assessor, Whole No. votes.. John Mott Mathew Keeium. .. 34 - 1 193 151 344 344 20d . 138 344 inspectors of Election, Whole No. votes 637 CAPTAINS OF POLICE. First Pistiuc - t, 1st Ward joei Smith 3u do do 4tli do do 1st do Robert White 3d do do 4th do do 493 529 Elkvknth Ward. Captain of Police, Whole Ao. voles. .785 721 ChristopherWright49 - 2 353 William 11 Sharp.. 293 3liS 785 721 Aldermen, Whole No. votes. 1580 1447 William M Much - more 41 348 Thomas Rj Lush. 441 3:10 Ciiarlea A Denike . 314 376 Henry Ilurtcnu 314 384 1580 1447 Constable, Whole No. votes.. 790 723 Alexander Skinncr463 326 John 1 1 McCormick327 397 790 723 Assessor, Whole No. votes. .783 Francis C Kirby. . .472 Abraham Haas 311 733 Inspectors of Election, Whole No. votes. 1539 11U3 Lewis II Foster... 439 James K Morrell. ."36 Oharliss'Mori - ison. .280 Cornelius NostraiuI2S4 John Buckley 30 309 Thomas Peltit .. . 30 36' John Whitbey 35 333 George W Rogers. 35 334 1539 1103 Commissioners of Excise, Whole No. voles.. 722 681 John D Eminons. .421 340 William Vail 288 341 Blank 10 Velvet Brussels Imperial Superfine Extra Common Wool Tap. Royal tiau American 4 - 1, Stair yuso 2d do 5th do Majority for Joel Smith Second District, Thomas King do 2d do 5th do . . .John di - Fulton Ob do lOthdo 6lh do Majority 0r Thomas King Third District, James W Kirby do . . . Alexander Anderson . lllthdo do 7ih do llthdo 7th do litluio Majority for James W Kirby Fourth District, Christopher Wright do . . .William II Sharp do 722 618 .259.. ..102 .425.... 373 .410 468 2il37 .101.... 72 .138.. ..100 .158 254 - - ' S29 1208 .157. ...207 .492. ...313 122!) . 135.... 257 .253... .205 910 319 .272... .219 .320 291 1 108 .256 241 .285 2c0 1062 46 ..184.... 127 . .492.... 353 1150 ..220.... 109 ..293.. - .308 990 and Also and taste. 1'. S3. business in have such New undersold by ITS'" opposite is now above variety desirable usually advantages prepared The solicitor. sl6 DAY Tho their proceeds enlargement that As every provide honor Charles James Bt J. I. John John John H .T. Charles Hugh JamoH John Majority for Christopher Wright 106 We certify the foregoing statement to be a true and correct account ol the votes returned to the Board of Canvassers by the several Inspectors of Election, and of the persons declared to bechosen. SAAIU1CL SMITH , Mayor of the City of Brooklyn. Samuel G. Abnold, City Clerk. 525 891 Commissioner of Excise, Whole No. votes. .276 495 George L Shaw. . . 163 254 DanielT Leverich. 113 241 651 531 i Sixth Ward. I Captain or Police, Whole No. votes. .533 460 James IV Kirby... 272 219 AlexanderAnderaou256 241 Joel Smith 5 533 460 Aldermen, Wholo No. voles. 1067 921 Electus BI,itchfle!d272 246 JamesESouthworth270 216 George W Stilwell .260 235 William H Story.. 259 221 Thomas Brooks. . . 3 Isaac H Smith 3 Story 2 Wm Story At Ithaca, on the 13;h instant, by the Rev. Chus.Bui - ritt, U illia.m F. Cillkv, of New York, to Mary C. Heath, or the lorrner place. J limey on I 1? viLu my. and for 11 276 Third Ward. Captain or Police, Whole No. votes. .563 Joel Smith 425 Robert White 133 James W Kirby . . . 563 Aldermen, Whole No. votes. 1062 Jesse Read 391 Charles R Marvin. 390 Issacbar G Reed. . 136 Leonard L Delakerl36 George C Ripley. Thomas Brooks. . . Isaac H Smith... . Henry P Waring. . Edward Lynch .... William 11 Story. . James ESouthwork C T Baldwin 495 482 373 106 3 482 903 371 377 104 101 3 3 1 963 1062 Constable, Wholo No. votea. .551 480 JeremiahWHiggins410 369 Isaac Schuyler. ... 142 105 Reverend Dr. Cox. 1 Isaac Jeremiah W Higgins Schuyler. 1 William K Squires 2 Patrick Mullen 2 IIC Bowen 1 Wm Whitehill.... 3 Jame DaviH 3 559 Assessor, Whole No. votes. .550 Saiiiuul Terry 420 James Friel 136 Isaac Van Anden. . 2 Johu Cashow 2 Bryuut Stephens. . James B Fidrman. 480 179 372 103 1067 921 Constable, Wholo No. votes. .529 455 William Whitehiil268 215 Matthew O'Rourke230 237 Wm K Squires... 5 M O Rourke 1 William Wilson.. 1 Matthew Roike. . . 1 529 455 Assessor, Whole No. votes. .536 458 George Remsen. . .267 272 James B Fairman. 264 189 John Cashow 5 530 458 Inspectors o! Election, Whole No. votes. 1069 912 Wm C Healon 26ti 2 Cornell usVanDuym - 266 3 Wm II Robertson 261 James McKinney. .260 George N Mead. . . 5 Oscar Johnson 3 James H How... . 2 Michael C Hickey. 2 237 Jarvis Cencerbox. 1 John Itlackmi - or. . 1 2i3 Silos Whipple.... 2 JarviaWCcncerbox 216 Silas V Wimple.. 237 J McKinney o W H Robinson... 01'9 912 Commissioner of Excisn, Whole No. votes. .444 418 Samuel PRohiuson267 222 Thomas Coburn... 175 196 John Diamond... . 2 560 479 Inspectors o.' Election, 444 Seventh Ward. Captain ol Police, Whole No. votes. .405 William H Sharp. 220 ChrlstopherWi ightI84 Wright.... 1 1)8 236 109 127 JEB, A in uii!) ouy, on the Join instant, after a long illness, Mr. 1 111 Anthony kKau,aged 73 years and 11 months. 1 he relatives und friends of the family are respectfully invited to aitend his funeral from his lutb residence Prospect Hill, L. I , to - morrow, 17th instant, at 2!4 e'clocr., P. M. Carriages will bo in waiting and leave Ihe Fulton Ferry at 2 o clock, precisely. tides, non sucn. 3? Religious NoticeThe Lecture Room the Brooklyn institute, corner or Concord and Washington i - A of - TBL tut; street, will be onen everv SUNDAY for divine worship In - I York the congregation of Calvary Episcopal church. Rev. John ! W. Clark, rector. Services to commence at 1(1 a,.m, and j 7H v. m. Seats Free. s2S ir ' SL . IW A V - axH A. STEBIUNS, Architect, thankful lor the liberal pal ronage extended to him for tho past 15 years, would beg leave to inform his rriends and tin; public that he has lately taken an additional office nt No. 25 Wall street, in the city of Sew York, and in order thai he may continue his business at his present long established office, corner ot Henry aud Atlantic streets, Brooklyn, he liusta - ken inlo copartnership Mr. David Paten, the Architect und bupennteudentof the State Capitol.al North Carolina, and rormerly Assistant to the late Sir John Soana. K. A. Gentlemen wishing to huiJd either in thu ciiy or country, would do well to call and examine their extensive assortment ol original designs for Cottages and Villas, ami the inos. modern stylo ol' buildings fur the citv. Tho undersign - , d tee! assured that thoy can furnish plan's and specilicu - tions aud superintend the erection of buildings on as reasonable terras asany other establishment, and at the shortest notice. ASA STEUUiNS, Mr, - ,, DAVID PATEN. " - Messrs. S. ir. P. will open an Evening Class this winter lor ihe benefit of those who may desire instruction n Architectural und Mechanical Drawing. Mr. V. having had considerable experience feels himself peculiarly capable or imparling instruction in either of the above branches; this, therefore, is an excellent opportunity, as but a limned number of pupils will bo taken. Early application wit be necessary. For terms aud i'uriher puriivu'iirHupply at the rooms, corner of Atlantic and Henry streets, Brooklyn. nl." In. iTRE INSURANCE. HARTFORD COMPANIES .ETNA, Capital 300,000 PROTECTION, " 300,000 H AUTFORD, " 150,000 Authorized by Comptroller's certiilcatc, renewed for 1850. Risks taken und Policies issued by C. E. BTILKELEY, Agent, s9 3ra 16 Fulion street. JOHN A. DAYTOiT, Office, 43 Fcltoh street, lip.noKLYK, i thesale, purchase or lousing oTreal estate on commission. d7t Henry Austin SJimly, Attorney and CacssKLLOit at Lnv Office. No. 37 Wuh Blreet, New York. Residence, 68 Poplar street, Brooklyn. n5 3m 3 !9 an Aud 7 The 01 Gnme and sidis that sent lime, at j r m, ja

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