Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 8, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 8, 1842 Page 1
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THE - TJ "T* * Vol. VJUU-M. 34V~?WlMi*U? UN. .mr une or livkhpoqc packkt? " ' < To ?U(fo?Mt? Tor* o? u?i ?#ih,oi?i Liverpool ca tfceibth efrock tmoiUk, A ^m ; FROM NIW TOIL 1 mm HOBores, Casein '<>h? ** Nee. giitiVnii-if latum vr?. nb.Sy,** r?b. dp MCHIDAV.C^aiii'E."'JKpeyeler.lNhNoT. , KSoAERIC*.,<??(iUVu Wm. ?ki*l>,l?kOec. I Bp R0SC1US. C^iTn J..;,u Culiiae, lllh Jit. , Skip 81DDONS, Captain E. B.Cuhk, 1Mb bek. TbeMahiO* V* ?ll of thr tint tlAA?vupw*ril? of laootone ,btfn I hoiaatf of New York, with lurlt wproeemeeu to ceaibie* nil linU Tilli mpMuel comfort for uaeecafcra. Every cere 1 See Wcn tekca in the arrangement oftheiracenmmodatioaa. Tlx . prteeofpwwhcece is fivu.for which emiile etoree will be , provide*. Tbcee ekipe ere commanded by uperienced mu- J ban, who Will make every eeertion to ft re general eatitfae Neither Uw eepteine or owi>rr? of Iheeeekipe will be reepooei . SS^?a^^RS3?r' *"*- -h" - ** * ?;,i K.?^i,r m tmei and their oece ewwewwu* ih?r?'ibf io Mcunty by any other JK^I^or M gq^h H , N*w York, or to Wkt. fc JA8. BROWN fc CO, Liverpool. Letters by the pocheta will he charged 14) eeuta per lingle jheet: 00 eetU per ounce. und newapaperr I rent each. fty irOK NEW OKLEAN8 LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE Of PACKET* # m jfifc ft VoMh^etter eeeolnmojltion o^nippm, H iainteuded to llMetch aahlp from tiiii port on the let. Mh, 10*h, IS'h, flMh MtMhafoaeh see nth, eotnmeiciuii the tptb October, and eaMtmeiaf ealii Miy. when reenter daya will be appointed fot the ?lainltr of the ycir. whereby rre?t delay! and dump ttitflainti will W prevented dorm* the eeaamer montbe. The allowing ehice will commence thae arranteuvnt hip YAZOO,' apt. Cornell, luth Oct- tail. his OCONEE, nipt Jockaon, isthOet. Ep M188nS8lPPl7Cai.t. Hilkard.tWhOet. (hw LOlHSVlLLE, < *}>t. Hunl.ttth Oct. BSHAKSPEARR, Capt. Miter, ut November, nip QAtTON. Co! L ?lhnin, Sib Nov. Kb HUNTS Y1Ll7E,Capt. Mumfoed, 10th Nov. KpOCMULiiKr.. Capt Leavttt, Utb Nov. Stt NASHVILLE, Capt. Dickinson.Mth Nov. Sip MEMPH14. Cape. Kt.teht.Mth Nov. hip LOUISA, Cut. Mu font, let December. These ahipe were ill built in the city of New York,eiptcaily Car per bate, apt of a liclit draft of watee, have reoentlv been Bewly coppered and pet in aplcudid order, with accommodation* fa |iMa< aeara ant iiaalleil rir rr nfort They are commanded by etpeneoced annate ra, who will raajia every exertion to five general aatla I action. They will at ell times be towed up end .a. w ^ i. hitbrJewelry,bnllbm,: reck>ut *tonee, ailvar, ?r plated ware, or far any l?Uera,pnibelor package, aeat by nr put on board of Sam, ualeea regular billn of leditg; are taken for the aame, and flpvtlaa thereon eapreaaed. JAMES E. WOODRUFF, Agent in New Or!earn, who wilt promptly forward aH gooda to hit addreaa. The ahipeof thi. line are warranted to aail iHiiieturlly as ed oerlbed, and grealearc will be taken to have ate gnotb correct krmaaaund. Jg|y NEW YORK AND HATRE PACKETS. (SECOND LINK.) JSk M M M TbeKpeof thn HaeeriU heoaenrrleeve Nn^oXeathi Mt end Havre en the 1Mb of eodi month as follows l __ From Ntw Tank. From mart. At new Alp ONEIDA, ( let March ( Kth April Cm. < lat July < latti Aagnat Jmatrapk. ( lat Noveaabar ( utb December bap 1ALTIMQRK, (let April (MthMay oShe isinssb. laaKsy hpUTICA, < lit May (ltthJone - sm- i ??t ytjtiMw J 1Mb gctober^ SP-iiS HP; fipfSgsgp?s: Oodi'alMU SfUMK ?eaaela wiUhthriwM Vr the i ; 1 ? TootiaoBoiUWrJNKW YOHK AMD RtWAIL * j wft wf? Witt ,'M' Fara miBMd in ? Mnu. i im tehMtf Courtlapdt otpaat,Raw Ttrt. aitty^sr | F? Leara Raw York. faMl New Brtaiewiek. At 4 Jtf A,J fjf nSnc^a Um n A.M. train from Raw lnu*iS,'ut<| I f Id. trwa Ami Raw York, baa beaa niatitlahrm Raw York and New Bruaewick la M eeala. 1 M and railway U Mf " ltwfkaa dolphin a- aiiimt naaaaa Utraajh Raw Bi in iahlbe RawYb?* ar?7 eretiine at t o'clack. I JiiMlipth nATM. tnpfrooi NawBraaawickiaaaait- ! fefr"*' I i the day whea purchased. all j btaten island rmt. i ^ia ? ** - ? i I ? ML 'I " r.H. , |1 H 91 7- - ?r ? , Ob Sunday there will be twa boata la na. The last boat laaiaaa StaUa lalan<at? o'clock, r. M. oa STARUNB. FOR NKWORLEARA^ aaS3auiatiain?iiii of a portion of yoar freight ta Raw Or laaaajla thia Haa. which will be takea at (hp vary towaat lataa. haJUgMlowiagakipa, which will aaceeedaach other mm aail fnRDSoTSu:A8TLK, Captain 8.0. Olorar. Mad ethee ibtoe of the ?aaae cliva, lo uilew each other ia qaick | imaninaa. For fart bar particular*, apply oa board at Pine treat wharf, oc ta ainvrn a Me Mint w a v >11 H?>iKit>>r.iiili. 1 MEW TOM AMD LIVERPOOL COMMERCIAL LINE 1 U? PACKETS. I * ' Jfc # A JR sailTnuto anTTfTom cWotmoL wEHETr. OLD ESTABLISHED PAgsAOK OFFICE, No ll Sou'h *treet, New York. rpHF. subscriber, in tun unctu* hie areancrments for the year A I in. appears bcrorc his fi im.le with sentiments of eiacare impact for the able ?m |-ort In hae received for many year* He likewiae wiahce to call the atleaiioa of those intra ding to eettd for thai* fr rods in Finland, Ireland. Scotland. aM Wales, that they sea at all tine* be accommodated by this Use, by weekly opporiuiwtiet from Liverpool, aa wetlia by all the well baowa different Ines of packet hire latitat to and from Liverpool,on the lat,7th, t?th, tbtn, and 35 th of each month, ih-owghout the year. It Wis always barn the study of the sabsrriber to have the migrant* shows civilily, aod dirpatched without delay; and I those who sand toe their rneuda may rrat tatisAed that every ears aud dihsaat aiUiUoo will be liven by the Liverpool | Agents to those scat tor, at will at afTwho may embark with , them; and ahoatd my of those, wnaoa paaarge hat baaa paid, otembark, the meaty will be refunded without any charge. j TlaaabrsHber atht plaaaore iaiwakmu kaotra the different ship* by which hia psmcngtr* caom out dunog toe last year, Which has given general a .tiefiction, aad that ue has contider- I ably n landed and eaaekaded bm arraogameala for Um year fim folloirtng la a list ef ahipe Sup WcnHaad Honintou Ship Oaoaoia Childs i rati field Wilun ' St Cloud Emerson | Frankfort Kuseell ? New vark Niren i RastaHieover II wee ' Warsaw Griffiths " MwHh WiLm " Oawsga Wood " AWrtd Cheercr - Ocean Wetland pSfton lagcrtoil - Talbot glory _ _ Allea * N. Hampshire Harding dbmaki Emerson * Pan the a Ooodwaaaoo " AlahaaUta Law - Kobt Itaae Treem.n Prentice Hopkiai " Virginia Eatua m XCC?" ??*** " Europe Batcheldrr ekb " ^ P*li of Ireland aad Sootthem reopactirebfaoi-hee, and also OB hfaaare J. fc W.TLtonSlUHuTxtikir *" P>'J-TrW Far further twtoeulera a pel I to j. dto aad No. I Ne?t.?. Watert? JLhrevpaol. <sms>mbw mo TWO FflBR WHEEL CiK, 60 CENTS PER HOUR. 110118 a Hie 00017. tf HUDSON & 81109718 Residence 60 Lenght Street. \ mtimi) floor. POM ?>! Atvro wheal Fin ill Oak, opam in Sm H Apply as abora. PIS MUSIC" 1^ i I -L Mil ?'! ' I NE1 NEV >F?nlng Ot Ue Spring Trade?Advertising The Spring trade for the year 1$42 in beginning to >pen about the* days, in thin commercial metropois, on a new and important footing. The anspicea ure highly favorable?the prospectscheerful. From all the events taking place around tie,and from he remarkable facts developed relative to the ?nnnat traductions of this remarkable country, it is very evident, that in every species of wealth ami industry, hie noble country is richer, healthier, happier, than he moat sanguine imagined. The applications for letting ridoi their debt* under the new Bankrupt Uw, seem to be utterly insignificant in point of lumbers, influence, or character. Mot two hundred pcvwuv, III III UUI lar^'CIMCS, U?TO JV % npyiiru, ?HU how ire just such persoos sever add my thine to latural wealth or narural industry. It istrae the debts jf some of the States appear large and very heavy, unounting to about #200,000,000?but vrnen it is mown that the surplus wealth of this country, for >ae year, with economy and prudence, is capable >f paying up one half of the debt, who should be tightened, or talk of repudiation about the interest'! With aa annual produce, in agriculture, fisheries, nines, forests, sod manufactures, equal to 1800 milions of dollars, it would seem to be very easy to reorganize anew the state and general governmeat inances?to homage the currency?and to complete ill really tfselfal pdWfc hoiks. be they railroads or smals- Why then should not trade revive, and public and private credit be invigorated, by purwing a right and honest course of poliey 1 There ia 10 obstruction, but what we find in the clamors of l few paltry speculators out of Congress and State Legislatures?and the folly and squabbling of m-ny oolish legislators in both such public bodiea. Under this general aspect of affairs, there is every prospect that the trade of lft 12 will revive?that pubic and private credit will cotne up again?that the sountry will go on to prosper, by punning right prinsiples. The first thing to be done, is, for Congress nt once to stop their squabbles, and to nettle the enrreney and other questions. The next thing is, for all the mspended banks that can resume, to remise at once ?and to compel the rotten banks to wind up?dismiss their incompetent or dishonest officers?and make them farmers, to gain a livelihood. Too many have crowded the commercial and financial ranks of life,and too few have turned their attention to agriculture aad honorable labor, which will alwaya return an equivalent, equal to human comfort and sustenance. In this city, the prospect of real busineta has not been better since 11196. It is tras Wall street is down,and many of the speculator* there are in agony ?but Wall street ia not New York?nor is New York the State?nor is the State the whole Uaion. There ia a vast quantity of hoalty business doing here, very gaietly, oa tho right principles cash or tkorlartdUt; and if Philadelphia, Baltimore,Mobile, New Orleans aad all the other large cities, would cloae up their rotten banks, aad compel their good banks to n sit specie payments, all would be as merry as a ohurah bell in a spring morning. Take aa instance?Bufiale, in^lbja Saaa, ia without a bask?all are goat yet gvtfhflnied that the prospeeta for 1842 ia BafEflyi frgalgssd sound business, were never better. In Pittdbwrgh, they have oa the stocks for this year, abont 20 aaw steamers. This is a sample of all the great island commercial towns. With these general fiews, baaed oa uaqueot .oua ble faots, we are positive that the trade for lo44, will be better than that for any year aince 18X3, provided the commercial and financial c la wee, make the atart on right principle*?moh as etuh and ehort eredit* a paper cwrency invariably payable m demand m epede?and IKt rmtudLUio* of public credit, by tbe imposition of taxei, by Congress and the Stalee, to pay their expentee honettiy?and to meat the interest tm their public debit. Let us aot be any longer the qport of rascally politicians?President manufacturers, dishonest financiers, or bankrupt speculators. It is time, therefore, for our commercial men to >egia moving?and the first movement to be made, is to advsrtise liberally and largely ia those newspapers that advocate sound doctrines in trade, and Mve a genual circulation over the whole country imong the best and soundest business men. Among the first of this clam is the Nsw Venn Hsbalo, which has s circulation of nearly thirty thousand, hrooghout the Unioa, among the cash and abort :redit men of business. A word to the wise is enough. Let us take the first step aright, and nil will end right. Newbtrn, K. O. | Corr<?poodtoc# of the HeraU-1 Nawaaaji, N. C., Jan. 29,1S12. Politics?Ttoepero^ct ? Weather?Butinett?Juvenile Depravity ?Railroad Impositions?Murder and Fire. Dbau Bejiwutt? I've just returned from the Raleigh Democratic State Convention, for the nomination of a democratic Governor. Lewis D Henry, of course, was the ahoioe, though there it not the slightest possibility of bis election. Governor Morehead is n man beloved by all classes and parties, and therefore his competi* tor, should he hire the temerity to Maid the nomination, which U doubtful ret, will be "a used op man." Temperance is pro greasing, groggeries diminishing, and I hope our town will aoon be cleared of them entirely. Let rational amusement usurp the throne of debasing, humiliating rum, and we'll become a healthy, happy, prosperous people. Weather is fine ; already the genial glow of spring is with ss. The fioest and most delicious fish that a New k orker would fain relish, are here in abundance ? Shad, ho! royal fellows, they are four shillings per pair. Business is reviving; cotton, tobacco, rice, turpentine, tar, ice., is on the raise, as tha demand is increasing. A couple of lads from the north, Philadelphia,! believe, named Masters Bit 'band Young, wire dancers, have been playing off great precocious talent, in way of potloinmg money, watches, etc. from the different persons with whom they have been putting up within their pertgrinations inrough the State.? Though several turns apprehended, yst owing to their juvenile appearances, <tec , they were let slip to practice again. I will here take an opportunity of saying a lew words relative to a grand imposition practiced by the railroad agents on the Raleigh and Petersburg road. The fare from R aleigh tofrastoa averages eight oents per mile; from thence to Garrybunm, ten cents per mils ; I root Garry eburg to Welden, t wen'yfive cents per mik*; and part of which distaoc you must walk in mad wad water, three. Ave, and eight inches deep; hUMt shifted a half dozea times, thsowa io mad and awe, and sometimes lost. Imagine,, friend Rennets* the utility of ladien' shoes sad ? -?L. 1 .1 1 C?. , murf nioht a mil* aaia half down incliaed planes, along the shore of theKoaaoke, to the steamboat landing- Heaven help the dear creatures, as I said to myself a few rngku ago, when I saw them and myself poleiag Miioeeh theeimJ, a negro carrying a torch to light ob to tmt hading. There's been foal murder committed near Waaeobury. A drunken brawl, blows, when a farmer, at whose hanaa it ooenrred, took a club and literally bent the brains oat of a guest, ordered bis slaves to drag him to the rand, where he lay until the next morning, and was putty eaten np by the hogs The otbnena tamed ant about noon, a jury was held, the " "ead'agby.and none dam lay baada Pn hiaa. Thateveamahe Jefifor Teaneaaee. and lipis cloned ihoaenaa. Wo hovo hod a fire or two, but to do armos extern 1 have jast heard that a vary serious fare occurred n night ago at Wilmington ToaraaTtaa, EaaoFiao Wtodsod floras hays atodatltolr appaaraasaia tha rivets af Msrtfc CeraUaa ft doabt whather Ihoy bataag to the rogalar aslgratma I II Y YOJ 7 YORK, TUESDAY MOB Hartford, Ct. f Correspondence of Ike Haraid-1 p IlAKTroHD, Saturday evening, ) Feb. 6,1812 S Blur fMtca m Comteticut ?A Coat of Finoatttrimg Few Bankrupt* in Comnic!i<ut?Box ErpttUd. . Ma. Bimitn:? ! Not baring noticed in my favorite " Herald," ^ for a long time, any communication from thie city 1 of piety, bypoeriay, geeaippiag, and tlnmsceering, where the devil plays his fantastic tricks under the oloak of Christianity, I hare dared to trespass up- * on your patience. p You will recollect that one Morris appeared J here last fall, with a eomnanv of juvenile dancers k and comic (inhere, the performaoeas of which 9 highly pirated a large Majority of our oitisenf, < who are aovar allowed to witne.-aany thing more " than a tempcraaee lecture, a enofereaee meeting, " or a party of old ladiee over their cups or tea. One of Morna'a company wai guilty of the heinona *] crime of chewing tier knee joint to the aatoniahed ? natirea, during a " Highland Fling." which, of courae, eoald not be anbinitted to by '* Deacon ? Bnmpated," and poor Morrla waaaccordingly pro aecutad, under one of our "blue law" i-tatutea.? ci He waa tried before the Superior Court, now in n ae-aion, and found guilty on two coaeta?due, ?60 u each. That ia, he ia to pay J?) for exhibiting Mia a ai Clementine'a knee to the audience, and $60 more tr for aendingnpon the etage a" lit'le nigger inn U bag!" Such are tbe lawa of old Connecticut! A tn nana woold ba fined here for kiaaiag hie wife before o.i a aniet on n Sunday. The eity baa been thrown into an excitement, oj during the paat twe days, by n theusnad rumors ci respecting a/ergeryauid to hare becu committed hi by n certain newspaper editor! Theee are the n ficta. Mr. Holbrook, editor of the " Pntriet and tt Eagle," n political paper, though not hacked by it cither of the two great political partiaa, waa ar- pi rested on Thuraday aremag, on the charge of forg- tc ingthe name of Wm Kogera, a respectable jewel- sj ler of thia city. The note, #175, waa drawn by at Holbrook, and Rogera'name waa Haed upon ita di back. It waa discounted at the Phoenix Bank, oi and from there aentto the Hartford Ba->k for col in lretion. The Cashier of the latter, " Old Spikes," ai who is eagle-eyed, suspectud aomething wrong, tl and accordingly presented the note to Regera, who m pronounced the endorsement a forgery, and ao tea- tl tified, under oath, before a justice It waa alae pi rumored that other notes, used by this same Mr. Holbrook, had been altered te larger euma than in aa origiaally drawa, after being enderaed. But thia u( matter waa toon husbed, and Mr. II waa arreated tc en the euppoaed forgery of Rogera' name. He was It taken before a" juatice r.a Thuraday evening, and ti held to bail in tbe turn of $1200, to appear before fr the aaid justice this day. The ease accordingly c< ease before Justice Mann, (whose bend ia by no th meana transparent,) this morning, for examination, th and occupied the entire day. Rogers, who sworC T on Thursday ereaing, that ne never sign< d the no ? th in |qu->ation, seemed, to-day, (by some means r d< othrr,) to be fleuneing about in the fog. He had ni doubts about the signature ?did not know positive- p< It bat ha nirHt have endoraed tbe aote?bad en- ti< dorsed Mr. H.'l notes befsr*, and in thia ?aae th gtiiibt hare done so, though ha denied it on Tbnrs- th day night. Under these circumstances, the pro- th aeeution did not deem it advisable tooall him as a ol witness, and the defence dare uot do it, bocausa al the prosecution would, in that ereat, addnae his si testimony of Thc-aday night. The Caanier of the a* Hartford, Phoenix, and Fanners* and Mechanics* ol Banks, swore that they oensidered the endorse- ti Heat a forgery?that it did not ag oe with Borers' to a anal signature, though it was a tolerable imitation, b; The teflem of the baak< aleo gave eridonee of the i0 same nature. Other individuals, among the sum- sj her. two brothers of Rogers', swote thatihey b?- w lieved the signature te be genuine. The Cashier te of the Hartford Buak, attempted te state as evi- m deuce, all that he knew abeut the affair?but this c the counael of defendeat would net eenseat to, and ju finally succeeded in confining him to sneh ques- ta tions as were asked. The Justice thought the evidenee was not strong enough commit him, and he was accordingly disoharged. His newspaper is M traasf-rrrd to other bauds, though today's number it appeared under his eame. q This alf ,ir has created a greet deal of exaitemaut, n ?more than has oscarrod sinee elder Kaappap peared hera aome twelve months siaca. Seme gl thiak it was a little stretch of tho modern system 0 of finanoeering only,and others exhibit wofnl eonn- 0 teeaaees arhen mentioning the matter. 0 Tho Diatriot Judge will he here ou Moaday, and v the Court will open ou Tuesday next, to consider c applications under the Bankrupt law. There are t| but few eases here. Coaaeetieut is a creditor, net j a d-btor State, and will be u loser by lbs law. d Oar river is clear ol iee, and approaching n fresh- p e?. Meek raia baa fallen within a few days, and 4 we hive mad in any quantities. Ware it not for (| yonrlively Herald, we ahonld be in a gloomy con- p ditien. The Banks are tight, and refuse same good 0 paper. " Bos" will be he.e next Mondny?we rj shall " rat" him on Wednesday, and ear literati are u CU tiptoe in expectation of the event. Mere aaoa. a Rar.oAXD. n Superior Court Before Jndgea Jones and Oakley. " Decisions. Feb. 10.? Jot- I* Aawrtaax vs. Richard J Euan*. 11 ?This was a ease in which the plaintiff bought a p k(nieu4 let it I* hi* brother Andrew, who had u been unfortunate in businesn. The defendant sued " an old elaiaa against Andrew out of the Court of " of Chancery, and was appointed receiver on hit * furniture, but the plaintiff claimed it, hating 1 bought it in uodera landlord's warrant loaned seme ? time previous, sued, and reentered judgment. A ! motion was th*n made t> have the verdict set '* aside. Motion for new trial denied Isaac Jacques Mtriam and Char let Berntrd va m Jacob Acker ?The plaintiffs were engaged ee pert- ? nera in the aele of baskets at a store in Cedar <t ? " The aheriff aerted en execution, which waa do m- \ ad to be illegal, end an eetian of replevin brought, r which reunited in n verdict for plaiaiitfs. A mo " Uon waa made for a new trial, principally with a " view to tent the right of the aamgnee to the pro P perty. New trial g anted, eosta to abide the u event. P James Bird and Hit am M. Btardslee vs. Richard " Pnrtp'?The plaintiila lomed $200 on a b.nk n cMfe, Psr a day or two, giving for it out of town " my. .he cheek was contested on the grneud 11 of usury, but resulted in favor of plaintiffs A mo- * (ion was made for n new trial The Court siated n that no usury bad been exercised, the out of town ' money was payable in specie at the counters of the c bank* issaimr it. New tr.nl denied Abraham Baseford vs. Thomas Birds all-?This " wassa action to rec ver the vatus i f two billiard j' tables sold in 1812, the defence to which gn the " itatntenf limi ationa A Witness testified to de- 3 fondant having been oat of the slate part of tbe " time, and a verdict was rendered for plaintiff. A * motion #as made to set aside tbe verdict on the I " ground tbat ih witness had not been eorreetly in. {' lerned, as the defsedant residnd nt buffalo, and had J? not left the State. New trial granted with aosts to '[ abide the uveal. jit Edtvard Sandjord vn. The Mayor, Corporation, *' tfC, of A'rtr York.?This was an action brought by 11 the plaietiff tn recover the amount of his snUry as P1 one of tha Judges of the Court of Oeneral Sea- c< ions, which WM oppo ed on the ground, first, that &' the law treating ths Judges was unconstitutional, I" not having bees passed by a two-third vote, and, ? secondly, that aoffiaa could not l? brought armiait ol the Common Co?ail for the amount. The Court * stated that all tha objections had been passed upon " by the Supreme CMK, and decided in furor of toe 11 law, and also the right to sne the Coiporation. Jadcment for plaiatfw 01 Muiktw M Mm ra. ijyon Ijtri-?This was an " action, tha Coort stated* which rested entirely "I upon questions of fast It was relatire to a Urge Pj lot of goods pledged to defendant, sad which ne " sold ander eirruosstaaoes of great loss ? plaintiff P Verdict eras given 1st latter. Motion for new trial u denied. " Peter J Stuyveeant ra. Catkarint IVoodt and other* " ?This was sa aetioo on the non payment of reat, " to recover back premises leased to a deceasrd ten- ? ant. bat the defendants claimed ihat they were ad lt ministrators, and were entitled to a year to settle V ap tha aetata. Tha Court held that a landlord, in a sash a aase as ihs present, had a right to possession, c if ths leasa wera not complied with, and a verdict ti was given for plaintiff! indgment affirmed. il Edward Damtemdm mad other*, ve. Chorgia hum fi rnnet Company ? This woe a demurrer to a deeU-J e ration. 'lm plaintiffs insured a vessel for a year to ran between certain ports, but ehe went beyond, ? and wae lost Judgment for deleadaat, with leave o to amend within tea days, en payment of caste. p ' it Brtsasi VistToa.?A yoasg seal was hilled a >1 few days age on the bench near Now llivrr, la m Oaslow eoaaty, PI C, about t#oaty mifoe to 4m b aofthwurd of this, h la i ntulalj vevy tammbslls that one should have strap ad off bo this Mffioa.? js H'dmingtom, If.a, Otr.nldi ol a RE H JMNG, FEBRUARY 8. 11 IUvrgMlMtlon:7>!ErCourt at RchIom Ix Amemblt, J ax 26, 1842. *?oxt or thi Comwh ran ox tub Jodiciabt, ox TBI MemoKIAL AMD BlLL BMflO IXO CautlXAL Couats or in Cit* ajcd cowati or New Yoajc. Mr O'Scxuvaw, from ths committee on the judiiary, to which was referred a memorial from the layor, Aldermen, and commonalty of the city of r?w York, for tho repeal of the law paused May 14, MO, (or then?w organization of the cruniaal courta fthccityof Ntw York; and also a bill to carry into Ifect the said repeal, Report*: The memorial thns referred to the aonsideration f this committee nets forth tnat the law whose reeal is oraved for. has not produced that etfect of tivanciug the pnolic inlereau, which it is to be pre tned must have been the design of the Legislature ft Which it ?u enaeted: that the Court of General as at present constituted, has neither been i^means of despatching the public business nor of mintaining the public peace, to any greater extent inn under its older and better organization: that nder its former organization great benefit was deved to the public from associating the alderman of I te city in the administration of criminal jostice,

y ensuring public confidence in the judgments of le coari; by furnishing essential aid tn the proper pportioning ef punishment; and by carrying into fTeet the design of the charter of the city, so as to take the great end of criminal jurisprudence coratensurate with an enlightened public sentiment; ad that the law above referred to was passed cooary to a great majority of the people of the city, otwitnstanding the remonstrances of their reapsenitives in the city and atate governments, anowithut the requisite constitutional vote. So strong has been the repugnance of the people fthe city U> this law, as represented in their muniipal councils, that ever since its passage the latter ave refused to recognise its constitutionality; have ;fused to make appropriations for the salaries of te additional judges appointed in pursuance with s provisions; and have been engaged in angrv and rotracted litigation with these officers, iu relation ?the payment of these salaries; while the novel wetaele has been ever since exhibited of a double it of judges in occupation of the same bench, each enying the constitutional or legal authority of the [her to the plaees which both have been unyielding i maintaining; with occasions from time to time rising in which the most unseemly collisions of autority have been with difficulty avoided, only by a iutu.il exercise of forbearance and good temper, en te inexhaustible continuance of which it would not ?rhsp?, be wise always to rely. This committee consider it unnecessary to pan^e. i view ofthe cogent reasons of expediency adduced gainst the continuance of the law complained of, > dwell upon the question of iu constitutionality, his been strongly and urgently challenged on that ouud, as a violation of the chartered righu and anchises of the city, of ancient date, of repeated . >nfirmation, and of very recent ratification, both by e Legislature and by the approval of the people . emselves interested, in convention assembled. * he law was enacted without that majority of two rrds which the Constitution of this State expressly p claree requieite to every hill for " ewatinf, eonti* f ling, altering or renewing any body politic or cor* irate." That it did involve a very material altera-. P on of the charter, with reference m well tn the bur. tens of the municipal expenees na to the ri^Mh'f le people and the privilege* of their elective aulorinee, cannot be seriously questioned By a vote : this house (89 to 13y at the session earning to that : which the taw referred to was passed, ths neceory of a two thirds vote to bills of this character as expressly asserted, after an extended dtscutoioa F the whole question. And although an adjodicaon has been made by ths supreme court, favorable the constitutionality of the law; ret it was mads r a divided bench, and on grounds, aa contained i the opinion delivered by one of the two members F that tribunal, composing the decided majority, bich seem to involve, notwithstanding its nice chaical distinctions, a virtnal surrender of ths main Notion. lis ultimate decision by the Conrt for the orrection of Errors, to which an appeal from the idgment of ths Supreme Court has already been iken, it not a proper subject for speculation by this Maimltee. Ths eomontla* repeat, that they deem it aaaesestry to go farther into a superfluous consideration of lis point of riew in which the obnoxious law in seetioa is presented by the memorial rafbiwd to rem. They have thought it proper to bo tbaa elided to, only for the sake of not letting the oceaon puss without asserting the impoiUnt principle f legislative independence of judicial construction n const itutioaal questions. Even if the judgment t the Supreme Court bad been mere decisive in faor of the soustitntionaltv of the law than, when losely scanned, it is found to be, it would, neverhelers, be not only the right, but the imperative nty of the Legislature to repeal it immediately, if irir independent and paramount judgment on that oint should be adverse to the law, even though they liould find thermehres at ftriance with any or all le members of the judiciary in ths Stste. Thev rsceed briefly to state two other leading grounds n which, in iheir opinion, the prayer of the memo- i ialitts in the present instance, without reference to , te constitutional question, oucht to be granted, as n act of wise tnd proper legislation, and the re- 1 tovalof an oppressive grievance. In the first place, the operation oi the law is to retore from the bench of the Coart of General Sep- [ ions for the city and county of New York the two ? Idermen who, by the charier of the city, were de- S tared constituent members thereof, substituting for t tern two salaried judges with a five years' term of tfice, and cboeen and appointed, not by the people lemselves locally interested, but by the extraneous i uthority of the Governor and Senate of the State. , 'o this feature ia their charter the people of the ity have proved themaelves particularly attached; >r act only did a general satisfaction prevail respect- ? ig the coastitatioa of that tribunal, but not farther i ack than the year 18V, whea a city coavemion , ras held for the revival and amendment of the barter, in which body full and thorough discussions ' rere had upon most of the leading principles inolved in it. n proposition was expreaaly made to eprive the aldermen of this function, and to vest it 1 professional judges, and expreaaly rejected. Nor ras it without well founded re at o a that this princile teems to have been thus carefully cherished by le people of ihe city, in the organize ion of their rincioal local criminal court, by placing upon its ench, in asaoctation with n presiding legal judge, a mjor. ty of peraona drawn from the ranks ol comlou life, responsible to the people, by election, for leir exercise of its powers and duties. A coosiderbie part of the mass of the co.ornunity coroe, in one lode or another, wiihia the reach ot the action of ?ch a court, either as witnesses, accused or proscuiois, or as connected through tha various relations f lite with those thus more directly interested in its usiae.-s,?independently ot the interest pervading is whole in the proper administration of its powers, ir the general raaintainance ol the good older and ?od morals of the community, It is in the highest rgree desirable that such a tribunal should pea>** not euly the conli lence but the attachment of le people; nor is the committee aware of any mode i which that object could be belter attained than y lUfllUM U0 IllliUliiVtUW iiiud viii 11 iii V. ?V liiuv om the body of the people themselves, and mating s tent responsible to i vigilant public opinion, by J eqiient subjection to the approval or condemnuob of the teat of popular election. Simple ai the riuciplei of criminal law are, there is neither ne aniiy nor propriety in placing on auch a bench any reater amount ol prvteauioaal familiarity with lie actiee than is abundantly securtd iu me perron i iu presiding judge. L<mg continued occupation T a s'-at upon a criminal tribunal has been too ofien nown to produce a petrifying effect ou the ctiaracr ot the incumbent, with a narah aiernneaa ol feelig and beating, prediapoard to the atdeof prejudice gainst the acouaed, aad of severity in the infliction I punishment, alien perhaps to the original diapo iionot toe individual, and certainly foreign to that nrit which ahouid animate the administration of enal justice. It ta well to plaee aide by aide with its tendency, on the criminal bench, a salutary tentering corrective, m the persons ol associate judges, nprijfessioaal, elective, and subject to frequent ro ition. A result w thus obtained wisely analogous, i reference to the fair and just measure ol punish teat to be meted out by the court, to the principle n which is founded the insmuuon of ihe jsry lor le fair and just ascertainment of the fact of guilt. Vhile by thua popularizing its moat important crumnl tribunal, the great moral and social evil of dtana tent with the spwit ot the administration of jus- t ce, too spt to arise on ihe part of those upon whom may bear severely?ui tho persons of relatives and a iswns, if not in their awn?is obvmind to ths great- d aC fiteal nnihlr fl In aecoidaaoe with this pvtmnpie it is to be nb- , rrved, that the psovtsioa in iho charter of the chy i f New York, wlunh was abrogated by ihe hw now , roposed tw bn repented, finds a ptaoe in the uhtr- f ?rs of the other pnaespei eiuee m the Umto; while | le en mi sal eeens inronghoat the State at large I re, in lite manner, heM hy a majorat* ot by me pi < em, ihe firat jndge being genemtty, though nor hesmartly nor inmnahly, a Inwynr, aad ihe ether < idgoe being smillf Mhng from the eemmnn wajka , l aaprofcamoaet hie ( ? ' pp ERA B42. , . iu wc MM pv, luarpcuoruuy ul ine Kruuuu above staled, there is yet another reason which ought alone, in the opinion of ih* committee, to be decisive with this Legislature in favor of granting the application of the present memorial of the corporate authorities of the city. The law which it is proposed to repeal was passed by the Legislature of 4810, in disregard of the strenuous opposition of the people of that city, through all the accredited public organs by which the wishes and will of authority of that people could express themselves Its entire delegation on the floor of this body, fresh from a recent popular election, by their voices and votes protes ed against it. Its mere immediate Iocs} representatives, in the councils of the city, by cflicial memorial remonstrated against it. It was thus nmooetrated and protested against, not only as an unconstitutional violation of the chartered rights of tie city, but as at the same lime unnecessary, uncalled for, expensive, at variance with the sound principles which should regulate the organization of a criminal court of that nature, and as being,from the general train of circumstances attendant on its passage, in a very high degree obnoxious to the feelings and wishes of a majority of the people ? Such legislation, in the opinion of this committee, unless for conclusive and urgent reason to the contrary, ought rarely to bt allowed to aland on the statute book a single unnecessary hour after its repeal is rendered practicable by the restoration, in the legislative bodies, of counsels more in harmony with the democratic genius of our institutions. In eivic matters of this nature, compulsory legislation from abroad, by meana of political majorities representing other and perhaps distant sections of a State, ought sever to be brought in, to impose on .the people of my particular city, important changes in the affairs ?t their awn local self-government, alike unsolicited ind un welcome. If very extraordinary circumstance# ihould, on any occasion, justify such an exercise of he paramouut legislative power, there were eefainly none such on the occasion here in question Vnd inasmuch as the people of the city of New fork, through their representatives in this body,as vsll as in the city councils, have continued their >ppoeition to an act declared by themselvos to be so innoxious to them, by urging its repeal both at the >ast session and at the present, this committee?in he absence of any good reason adduced in favor of is continuance, in the absence too of all reraontrance again* its repeal?would feel themselves vanting in regard to the first fundamental principle ty which our legislation ought to be governed, if hey hesitated to report to the Houss a bill to carry nto prompt effect the wishes and will at the people olely and locally interested, e And in accordance with these views the commit ee report to the House the bill referred to them, ind recommend the passage of the came. AN ACT RsLtTIVV TO ClIHISil COUSTI I If THC CITT tVD countr op Nkw Yoaa. The People of the State of Now York, represented in I mate end Assembly, d# enact as follows SscTioif 1 The set entitled "An act for tho better or anisetion of criminal courts in the oity and count} of few York," passed May 14th, 1940, is hereby repealed. $3. This act shstl met be construed to invalidate any ruceodinrs or iudrments of said courts commeacod or effected prior to tC? passage of this act. S > Thin act shall take effect immediately upon its ?!?(>. Court of Common Plaaa. Before Judge Ingles. Feb. 7th.?Semmi llriitnlh ana John D. ShuUx,ts. rodn Clark. ? The defendant is proprietor el the 'ieture Gallery in Barclay street. The preseat ittios is to recover the amonnt of a n>ta for gi2u0, jiveu by hiss to Lewis Morrison, partner of S. J. Sylvester, the defenoe to which was nanry, Ac. 1st defendant stated that he was deeirons of raising J500, and applied to Mr. Sylvester, who expressed liosself willing to let kiss have it, provided he lenght certain shares of the North American Trnst Jo stock. He finally agreed to do so, and hence he note for ftlhOO for whieh he never received any 'nine, and whieh was transferred to claimants. The trial lasted two days, hnt the plaintiffs made mt their ease te be a legal, evea if net n jnst one. ind obtained n verdict in thnir Caver for 81268 h) oeats For plaintiffs, Messrs. J. Wall is aod E J ward landlord?hlr. Jordan and Mr. Williams for dolaat. City Intelligence. Thb Wilius on Pinn.?Mat Hammond whe jemmrnced yesterday rrtoraing at seven o'clock, to calk or stand 48 successive hours, without rest or iltep, was in good trim last night et ten o'olock, when he had been on his feet fifteen boars. He iraws crowds to see him at Caii-and's hotel, opperite the Tombe in Centre street. At twelve o'clock yesterday, George Washington Dixon commenced I he same feat at the Cottage in Broadway, belew jrothie, late Masonic Ilall. He was confident of loeeem at eleven o'clock last night. The first man hat performs the feat is to receive the earn of $4000. ind we understand there are numerous bets that (either of the men now started will bold out over birty-jix boars. Nov* veiront. Anothsk Richmond is the Field.?Mr. Richnond Moffait, the young pedestrian of the west, tearing of the very liberal offer of $4000 by Mr. Stevens, has come to this city, from Buffalo, for the txpreas purpose of accomplishing the feat of walkng forty-eight hours on a platform fifteen feet long ind three wide. He will commence to day at 12 >'clock ia an apartment in the Terrapin Lunch, sr he re arrangements have been made, corner >f Broadway and Ann street. We understand that bis young man has already performed some of the noel extraordinary feels of pedesuianism ever per'< rmed ia America. Stole two Loads or Wood.?Jacob De Baun and Fohn Smith were arrested yesterday in the set of Mealing two cart loads of chestnut wood from the >ulk heed between Robinson and Barclay streets. North river. The wood belonged to Mr. John Piersoll,Jersey city, and the men were seen to rile it on their carts by a colored man named John Van Anten. They were taken to the Police Office by ifficer Low, with their horses and carts containing he wood as loaded up by them, and held to bail for rial. Waeed dp tii* Familv ?One Ma>y Maxwell enered the house of Daniel Lee, No. 31 Prince street, >n Monday night and stole two iron pots, hut while talking off with her booty she let one of them fall ind Ihus alarmed the family who secured her. She vas committed at the Upper Police. Dishonest Sbnvant.?A girl named Mary Linear, vho has recently been in the employ of Henry Kr ten, No. Ifl3 Walker strerl, was arretted yesterday >a a chars;*" of stealing clothing and a gold ring from he family of Mr K , at diff-rent times within the >ast month, the value of which was Rboat 018. The ingshe had given toa child of Mrs l>e Wm. After xarnination she was fullv committed. Rowdyism.? Matthew Neelis committed a violent Lflsaolt and battery on Sunday night, on watchman > Tolin P. Moody, and John B Acker, while th'*y were endeavoring to prevent him from ill treating a woman. He waa committed William Gaston, William Peters and James Hi'lrer, for rowdying in the streets on Sunday night, were held to bail in the sum of 0300 Th* Wat to tat room Rear.?a few days since, i gentleman called upon a Mr- Muzzy, in Cedar st, ,o collect his rent then due for the past quarter, when instead of being met with a proper exense lor leglect to mtkeihe paym ml, he waa requested to leave the. premises instaoler, ar.d not going quite as est as Muzzy considered necessary, be ootted round he counter, and commenced kicking his landlord, i taponUrio, uitil he ejected him into the street.? The result was that Muzzy was marched to the poiee elfi-'e, and held to bail to answer for his conjuet. Tnis kicking sod killing men who ask for heir own is getting very fashionable. Collectors of nopey shoxTd take a witness with them, il they votila prevent being salted down and boxed tip. Death raoM Istoxicatiow.?A colored n.an lasted William Park, who ban resided at No. 51 Lnthony stieet, died on Sunday night from the ecent eflfrcta of a drunken frolic. The Coroner eld an inquest, and the jury returned a verdict of doatk front congestion of brain, produced by inrmpe ranee." AociosNLAt, Dkatm.?Yesterday a few minutes fter the boiler of the steamboat Citizen had explolod in Um East river, near the foot of Clinton street, i German named John Frederick Fink, ooe of the workmen employed in the sugar refinery of Wooley Woolsey, netwaen Clinton! and Montgomsry street, pmceeded towards one of the windows 'rowing on the river, for the pnrpone of viewing the wnt. when he accidentally stepped through the latenway, and fell to the around fleor, a distance of sight stories. He waa killed almost instantly. The Coroner ntsn beM nn mqsst on the body of * colored wnwnswsd John Hill, who died nn Snnday ifternooa from snddsn constipation of the bowels ind want of modtcnl attendnnoe. ill' i Eaac?5..L . LD. Causht at last.?Ufficfn A. M. (J. tfcailh and James L. Smith, Sweet, Stokely, deputy keeper ltuckel and Captdi Fisher, made a descent pa the engine bouse o/ thirty-nine, on Sunday niabt, fscthe purpose of arresting a young man named Manning Kelly, who stands charged with being concerned in ihe alleged robbery of David Bewighonse, on the first of January last. Kelly wan arrested nt (be time with three others, bat succeeded in making his escape. Hewighouse it the proprietor of an exhibition ol deformed animals in the Bowery, and asserts that he was knocked dowa on the above named evening while in hisshow room, and robbed of aooot ?100, by Kelly and others. ~ NoToaior* R oaves Amuestzd ? On Sunday night, an^ James L. Smith, aided by deputykeeper Ruckel, succeeded in aeewriag two notorious t> "raises and hall thieves, named Robert Mtlltnge, alias Robert WaahiagUa, and Gssrge Mason, who are.i-uppoaed to have committed apme hundred larcenies from the entries of dwelling-houses during the past winter. Towards offifrv Dswn-tirketa were round in lheir possession ; and persona Who have lost valuable clothing, Arc., from (heir dwellings may find poriiona oi ihem by applioation to the abeve named Messrs. Smith's, at the lower police. Caik or Amoiiy a*d Lkm?This suit in which John Haggerty is the prosecution, is put down for trial at the (General Sessions this morning. Quite a Mistake.?Yesterday in the Court ot Sessions, a man named Patrick Wood, was put at the bar charged with the crime of disorderly condue, and when bis name wat called the Court supposing him to be the man of the amme who ia charged with an attempt to murder, was about to Bend him back for trial, when the clerk rectified the mistake and the Recorder discharged him, with a remark that he bore a name of suspicioua bearing,and should therefore t o leaver to refr<iin trom acts tha would bring him into a court of justice. Acciuk.vtal Death ?Yesterday, a few raioutei after the boiler ot the steamboat Ciikten had exploded in the Kast River, aear the foot of Cliatos street, a German, named John Frederick Fink, on of the workmen employed in the sngar refinery o Woolsey Woolsey, between Clinton and Moot Sornery streets, proceeded toward one ?t the winows fronting on the river, lor the purpose of viewing the boat, when he accidentally stepped through the ha'chway and fell to the ground floor, a distance of eight stories. He was killed almost instantly. Common ConneU. Boaxd or Aldekmek.?Fib- 7.?A communication was received from the Mayor, containing the annual report of the trustees of the sailors Snug Harbor, and also from the directors of tbs Bowery Savings'Bank. A communication was received (rem Alderman Purdy, the acting Mayor, enclosing a espy of a letter forwarded by him to the widow of tha lata President Harrison ia Mareh last, by order of tha Board,concerniegthe resolutions passed bytheCemmon Council at that time The delay in preseufltt the aopy of this letter hae arisen from the au^fmeP tioa that an answer would have been returned on its reception, whth has not bean the case The annual report of the Greenwich Savings' Bank was received, end ordered on file. An in v.tation from the numbers ef the Fifth Company of National Cadets to attend their aaaaal B?U ?aaeepted. PtUUont ?A petition from A M. C. Black, Bamel E Glover, and 500 others, asking far the removal of M. H I'nderhili, the iBimistwisst <ti stay**, for neglect of duty, in allowing the omnibnsecs to race np md down Broadway, was referred t* committee on application for rffite. We know not whether this refeience was intended to pine* all the names on the petition under the head of applicants for the office now held by Mr. Uad rhiil, but it certainly looks very much like it. :A petition was piesentcd from Henry Belts, re la tire tea pUu he breposes to iatrodnee milk into the city of New Y? rk From the Connecticut Hirer Steamboat Company for am of the west side of wharf at Peck slip, and also from the Norwich beat* for the use of west side of Stevens wharf. From 8ociety of Indigent Female* fer aid. For a market at the corner of Hoeutoa aad Fir*t streets. From the Washingteo Temperas** Benevolent Society, for the use of tho ropmn over the Centre Market to hold a Tempemaoe Festival on tho 22d instant, Washington's birth day? agreed to. From James B- Nicholson, for release of pier foot of Chambora street. Rrporta of Committtn.?Vrom Fire and Water Committee relative to the chsrres alleged against James Baekridge, foreman ' Arc company No. 82, and others. They reportee in favor cf suspending him for two years, and Jndas Frarer, Robert J. Lummsres, aad Samuel Ounlap, member* of the company for eighteen months, for cutting hose of eompany. From Committee on Charity and Alms House, in favor of a change in the present system of employing the peepers at the Alms House on BUckweli'e Island, separating the criminal from those committed for poverty, and employ nil who arc able to work, in some business that will toad towards paying the expenses of thair support. Also, giTing the superintendence of that deportment to a commissioner, who shall hnvo fall control, and tbeap pointraent if all under officers.?Ordered to be printed. The report of the Finance Committee, rrlative to the assessment ef taxes for] 1442, in aocordaacs with the annual statement of the Cemptroller, was read and ordered to be printed. The street committee reported in favor of paving 15th street between the 8th and 10th avenues. Also to flag the sidewalks in several streets of the Ninth Ward. A resolution authorising the release e( John H Barlcigh from a fine imposed upon him for a violation of the ordinsnees relative to Hickney Coaches by drivirg without a license, was agresd to. A re?o!ui< nto :*. ay Barrett Melorlcy a fiaeim posed upon him for violation of a eity ordinance, in receiving money for taking baggage tonne of onr steamboats without a license, was agreed to. A petition was received from Pine, Hopkins end others, appointed a committee of the Board of Assessor* to recommend to the I.-vielator* a change in the present law of assessment, so an to prevent owner* of property from compelling an assessment, ia accordance with their oaibs, as to i's value?referred. An invitation to attend the re opening of Peaje'f Museum on Tuesday night, was accepted A resolution to pav Dr. John C. Covill for attendance upon George De Luce, at on* of the city watebhooees, where he had been taken after receiving a gun shot wound ia 1885, in oae of his arms, rrnm a person unkanwo. was rejects*! by a vote of7to7. The bill presented was $26, but , was reduced to #5, by the committee to whom it was referred, and defeated by the boord even at that reduction. A resolution to release Bernard Gibson from a fine for selling meat el-ewhert than in the public markets, produced considerable debate. Alderman lanes stated that he was decidedly opposed to tno preseni raimci in w?, mu ue gcucTia mtj we re oi)j i?l; oppressive, and unconstitutional, and ho, therefore, did not feci it incumbent on kirn to support them. The resolution was adopted by a vote of 11 to 4, Alderman Kimball, Lea and i'olleek Toting in the negative. The Committee on Watch, Police and Prison reported in favor ef paving Benjamin Wkitebonse, the turn of f >r injuries received while ia the perfnrmance of hie duty as a city watchman, in arr* sting a prisoner. A communication was received from theConnsellor of the Roaid stating that all the snits against the eity for sales of property under ths astessmrnt lawa, had been di*posed of and reenlted in favor of the power of the Corporation to eompel pnTmeut of arrearage! by sale of real e?tate aoasseaved. Pmptrt from Iht Board tf AuiiUinU ?To a'low the Alderraea of tha Twelfth and Sixteenth wards to appoint two physicians in each ward to raeeinale the poor of the wards at a salary of $1-10 per ananas?was laid upon the table. >, To re namber Attoraey street?concarred ia. ReoolnUon*?To leaea thn cellar ia Fulton Market now oeenpied by flaiaod Smith to Isaac Knowlton?referred. ... . A resolution was also passed authorising the renting of all the rellarv under Fuitoo Market by public auetioe, except those already, leased. Alderman Pardy presented a resolution to make application to the Legislature for the ens etwee* ef a lew to allow the auction dnti. a collected ia this eity to be snprnprieted towards the payment of the expenses of the Croton Water Works?Adopted. Also, to authorise the counsel ef the Mined to com rare ce a sn t in the Court ef Errors, in thoaeee f Judge Bradford, whoh?d reooverod a verdant in the Supreme Court, for the payment ef hip salary. Lest, by a rate of six to six?Alderaaaw Pollock voting ia iha negative. Also, that it is inoxporHent to makooay aMcration in the pre i eat Fire Deport men', en aooeaat of the aatieipeted introduction of thn Cvoteatsstsr into the oily. The Board than adjourned. ? '> " J

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