EXHIBITIONS OF THE CTIABACTEIIS _1ND HABITS OF THE NOBT11 AND
SoUTII AllEIZICAN INDIANS. Two different exhibitions, affording an insight into the modes of life among the Indians of the Northern and Southern parts of the New 'World, have been recently ()veiled, almost simultaneously. From each of them much curious and interesting inm'ormation may be gained; while on visiting both in succession them contrast between the two races of men is remarkable.
CATLIN'S/nil/Wt. Galicig, at the Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, is a numscum of the varimms tribes of North American Indians. The Guiana Ea. b ibi- tion, in Ilegent Street, illustrates the natural history of this portion of the Smith American Continent, (the El Dorado of RAumm,) as well as the character and habits of the people.