Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 10, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 10, 1842 Page 1
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V' f HP TT Y?I. Til.?**, 354 ?Wlultl* 3039. _ mCW LINK OK LIVK.RPOOK PACKETS To anil frost New York oo ti>? 45th.aid Liverpool on U?e llth of tat K month, & Ml m.A vToINbw Ship ROSCIU9, Captmu John Collin*. Wth M ireh. Ship 810DON'S,C?puin K. B. Cobb, 5t5lh April. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain !1 . A. Depeyeter, 514th May. Kh.-na BRICK, (.plain Wm. Skuldy .Kith Jam. Knoii LivKnro?L. Mm SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Depeyeter, lHh March. Mwo OA.RRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 13th April. Map ROfMGIUS, C*pt-tin John t'olliua, ISth May. Ship 81DDONS, Captain K. B.Cobh, 13th June, ftieeeehipe are all of the liretclaee.upwardi of lOOOtona,built In the city of New York, with atieh improvements aa combine Cat apeed with uniuiial comfort for yanengera. Every care been takeu iu the arramteuientof their accommodation#. The ' ' ?liu Ai> aliirk amnl. .Inn., .ill h. proride<f!"*The?eships are commanded by* experienced masW who will make every exertion to give general sausiac Neither the captain* or owner* oflhese ihipn will be reapooni Ue for any leMejs, parcel* or paek :?*;?* seut by tkcB, unless re alar bill* ol ladfcg are ?ikik<1 Iherefur. The ship* ol thie line will hereafter go armed, and theirpeen Mar construction gives them security notposeeseed by any other (atvessels of war. For freight or p.tssafte.apply to K. K. COLLINS i CO. M South st . New York,orto WM k JAS. BROWN k CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will lie charged I2| cents per sii?li Mheet: M cents per ounce, and newspapers I cent each. ant ' fUH NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF rACKETS m. m. Fort! h^Tetter scco n n.'jTlion 01 rouupers, it isiotended to despatch a ship from this port on the 1st. 5th, 10th. 15th, aoth and 4Sth of each moutn, co ninr icing the 10th October, and outinuing until May, when regular days will be appointed foi the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disap Ciatraents will be prevented during (he summer months. The lowing ships will commence tins arraugeini lit Ship YAZOO,Capt.Coruell. Ship OCONEE.' apt. Jackson Ship MISSISSIPPI,C?pt. Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Capt. Hunt. Ship SHAK8PEARE. Capt. Miner. Ship OASTON. Capt Latham. Skip HUNTS VILLE, Capt. Mum ford. Ship OCMULdUE, Capt Lcavitl. Ship NASHVILLE, Capt. Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS,Capt. nuisht. Ship LOUISA, Capt. Mu'.ford. These ships were all built in the city of New York, express ly lor packet*, are 01 a u*rn arau o. w tier, nave rectniiv peea newly coppered and put in splendid order, with accommodation! far putengers unequalled for contort. Tney are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. They will at all timea be towed up and down the Mississippi by ateainhoata. Neither the ownera or captains of theae ahipa will be responsible for jewelry, bullion,precoma a tones, silver, orplated ware.or for any letters, parcel or package, aeut by or put e ' board of (hem, unless regular bills of lading are taken for tnc same, and the value thereon apnecaii _ Forfreiaht or passage .apply to E. K. COLLINS h CO. tt South st.,or JAMES E. WOODRUFF, Agml in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to his address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as ad j yertiieil, and greatcare will be takeu to have the goods correct If measured. . tnt HSE'W VOKKA.NU HAVRE PACAKTb. ISEC&ND LINE .} jfiEb jflfe Tn^Rtpsof this un^wul hereaite^eave Nei^Y^^on.ths 1st and Havre on the ttth of each month as follows: From New York. From Hours. Ike new ship ONEIDA, 11st March ( lfth April Capt. < 1st July < Kth August James Fuuck. ( lit November ( ltth December Ms BALTIMORE, I 1st April lfth May Cart. < 1st August < lfth September Edward Funk. ' 1st December I ltth January , BhipUTlCA, t 1st May lfth June Capt. 11st Ifcipteoibar ltth October Vred*kHewitt. fist January ltth February New ship hT. NICOLAS, ( 1st June (ltth July Capt. < let October 1 lfth November J. B. Tell. f 1st February lfth March The accommodations of these ships are net surpassed, eon Mning ell that may be required for comfort. The price of ca> bin parage is $100, Passengers will be sqpplied with ayary fequieite, with the exception of wines and liquors. Goods intended for these vessels will be forwarded Yf the subscribers, free from any other than the expeusee actually! 11mrred on thorn. For freight or passage apply to BOYD fc HINCKEN, Agents. > > Tontine Buildings. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. Mflfln ftsaa? |B|UA1J1 From the foot of Courtlandt (treat, New York. (Everyday?Sunday a excepted.) Uw NiwYoA. Leave Newaik. _ _ At A.M. At l P.M. At A. M. AtU P.M. 11 fc i do ? *? M da 4} do lot do do T do II do ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Liberty (treat, laooveNew York. Leave Newark. BS^ABETHTOWN! Xift? -w?. N?W brunswkJK, Kara reduced. From the foot of Liberty atreet.daflr. Loire New York. Leave New Erunewiek. At I A.M. At T| A.M. JOMXrViLLE Urea connect with thcee liaoaeacfe war. ere between New York ami SomerrUle, fOeenll. no do New Brawwiok, Tl cent*. ' fffiPyf, Mee>>ta' ?he*fare fatheT) A. M. train from New Branawick, %i f M. train from New York, hie been reduced between New York am! New Bruaiwick to SO cents. " and Rahway to IT) " The PnDadelphia mailliue paieee through Now Biunswiekfor Mew York every even ins at? o'clock. On Sunday the T) A.M. trip from New Brunawiekiaomit|?4. Peooencere who procure their ticketoat the tieketofBcc,ratal 'e a ferry ticietgratia. Ticketaarereceived by theconductor Pair on the day when purchaird. feb 11 FREIGHTS TO PITTSBURG. BINGHAM'S LINE. T*>e proprivtor of Bl"?ham'e Trnniportati'n Line to Pittiburg. gave notice to the Merchant a of New York, end all other peraoae iiipnirg to th : Weat, tnat their line k now ib active operation. G')d? convi.-ned ?to them (or eent to go in their line.) will be forwarded withdcapnlr.h. Ownere or ahipirra of goo.'a. devtioed for the Weatern Stalea, who laieno agent or ron.i?Uee_a,t Pittebjirg, will please canaurn tneir f .it to Vfiiliam BlDcham. fittuburc, who will attend to shipping nil luch eouaiguaimta without coodi shou'd be marked d-atinetly on each paakag* BINGHAM'S LINK. For ratea of freight, which are aa low aa anv other lirie. Apnly to wM. TKSON, Agent, No SWeatatroet. oiivwite Pier Na. 8, N. R. N B.?Passengers forwarded to P.llsburg and Pot'arille, every day,Sundaja accepted. Refer to K, Crook', American Fur Co. : I. T. Nicoll, Front atreet; rheliw. llo'lge U Co. Fulton atreet; Suydsm, SagelcCo.. Wm.Hankiu. Duryee&Co Newark' m< 3m AfATKN ISLAND FKRK1. ~ ^S^JaFoot of Whitehall atreet^^^^a ^aaUame^T'ATEN ISLAND RR or SAMSON will runes followa until further notiea:? Loaves Staten talma Leaves Whitehall i.At PI o'clock a m. At t o'clock a.m. "It " " " 11 " " H " f.M. "3 " P.M. " 4 " " i " N. B. All gooJi shipped are required to be particularly marked and art at the rule of the owners thereof. ol NEWARK AND NEW YORK. Fare Only 181 Centa. uMn wgl The aph'MiIid and commodious ateamer PASSAIC, Captain John Gaffy, being com. ^EZwJKSbpletOv and clrgautly retltted. wi'l commence her ragalar tripa ft r the season, on Thurtday, March 10th,? leaving aa follows-? Foot ot Barclay at .New York Centre Market, Newark. 10 o'clock, A. M. 71 o'clock.A. M. 4 o'clock, P. M l| o'clock, P. M. Freight ofevcry description carrie 1 at very reduced ratea. in 5 2w* T. roWffLL ft (OTiTLiNE. mm ^ FOR \KWBt RtiH. lending at CALD WELL'S. WEST PfflNT AND COLD CSS3LHPRINIJ?The etranr.boat HIGHLANDER Copt. Robert Wardrop. will leave the toot of Warren etreet |h?w York.every Monday, Ttvi vtay end Saturday afternoon"* at * o'clock. Retaruiog the Mien. an>.er will .vewburgh very Monday mnrninv at o'clock, ant Tueaday and * nday afternoon at I o'clock Tor freifht or paeeayr apply to the Captain an board. N. B. All kaayatrc aud Trei|<ht of every deeeriptien, bank I kill* ortpeeie, put on hoard thi* hoat.muat DC at Uir rick of the awnara thereof.unlee* a bill oflading orreeciptiaeigoed for die taM WW 8 P HIN f J ARKA NORMKNT. Man 0* FOR SHREWSBURY an I PKD BANK. d^Ba>?**-ll<i aud ?(ier SueurJay.Marth I*, I84>, the Steamer OSIR18.Captain Allaire, will leare New York everv Tueaday. Thursday .and Saturday, at 8 a'clotk.A. M. Re urniiiy, leave Red Bank every Monday at g o'clock, and Tueaday and Thuraday at it o'clock, noon. MM M MAIL, LINK K5r ALBANY, and inter mediate placee. r< far ae the ice permit*, the Ifrl " lad 0 ......u.. UT1CA, Capt A H flehullt.will Ware tke loot of Courtlandt atreet, THIS AFTERNOON, at io'clock,Friday. Match 4th. For freight or paaamir, apply on board, or to PETER C. BCHULTZ, at the Olficeon the wharf. The etramnat TELEGRAPH will leave for Albany on Baturdiy Afternoon, VI tten r I . at 5o'clock. **4 tt?MlTl A.NCK.8 I D AND PASSAGE f KD.Vj GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. BY THE 4ft..j|ft..Jft...dft Persons wishing to ssnil to the old corntry for their friends, an make the necessary arrangements rith the subscribers, and hart them conwoul id this superior line of packets, railing Lirerpool on the Tth and 19th of erery month. They will Hohate Hrst rate class of American transient ships sailing frer'.affording a weekly communication from that port. One sf the (inn. Mr. Jam s D. Roehe.isther. Ma will rsmaio duriug the ye^r IM3, 'oeee that all the person# h?T? ?>"n paid here are forwarded with ears 8l^d toe parties kreed far net come out the money will be returned to those who paid it here withonteuydednetM. yiinferos " rNui'ialn " AMERICA. ,JuNX^fenn land, and on Present!. Orote. A me. I> r.? if.-a" . .if" wtitrh will be paid on demand, free of diteotinl, in all'the n#tn * __ !''">t' ',*T, *"mrln frnluw lUntr. N.T pxrrirrimTMrs6(8S;hpi;rro*-^o, r rkviinir ?t Aral Prar ahorr ih? -<-r?w |)o?V, Pirr ??, KhI Rtrar. l,onji*Be*? will pivat* attend to tbt receipt of Urair good* unmeditfrlj'. m? E NE ?ih THE BEST WIG MAKER IN NEW YORE. FHALON.Iiti of Chat' Square, new of 314 Ii oldwiy' hu again taken the Ant Premium for the bet tepee i men of WIGS AND SCALPS. A CONVINCING proof, if any were wauling, that native ingenuity it sppraeia'ed before foreign boutmg and hum bug. a< Hie opinion o three of the o dcat tod beet judgcl ia the protmeion in New York can tevtifv. The public can now judge from the premiuae, via. the liter medal I eat year, and the Unit premium thie, awarded by the American lnatitute who it or ii not Ike beat Wig maker. K Phaloa reepectfullj invitee ail judgee aad wearere to etamina hi* premiuu impro veJ Goiaaintr Wig. which, for eurpaaaing elegance, elate re eemblanee to Mature and beauty of mechanical itrueture, may be regarded aa one <1f Uic greateit muter piece* of art avat produced in the world. N. B.?Tin* splendid wag weigh* little ov?r half an eanca, the lighten ever known. Manufacturer and proprietor of Phalon'*celebrated ANTI DANDRUFF, for removing the dander completely from the head, aad a tber oogh cleaner of the lurface anil h?ir cf the head, but leavea gloeay and eilky apiwarance to the HAIK. Observe, none m genuine unles* ligned by me in ink. EDWARB PHALON. Applied on the p*egii?e? for as cent*. n 9 I in* CARL KING. The well-i anwn and celebrated Millmerv and Ladie* Straw Hat manufacturer iv hi-r in j"ty he QIJEEN 1>F ENGLAND, reipectfnily btge leave to a in >unce to the Ladie* that he hu on hand a meit aplendij and taihiouuhl: aesortment of La'ies straw and Mi* tuts The Sm* Hate ?r? m uiufaclured to a m >? farina iuy mi b'cominz *h?pe, called THE K' L?LKR COt'TAOE, with Gipeey tides ?nd a Swiss Flare around the Croat. The braid* hese Hats wre'mnd* ol i* of the mot'elegant pattern*, Ihe Albert straw in particular *i natrnnuad by QUEEN VICTORIA. The silk department it conduced by the most ingruiout and tasty inillinerii not to be equalled. The'ilka are of the newest style, fresh imported. Trimming and Flowers to eorr rpond, Thoee who wis i to conrinci ihemseltca may call at No. so Canal n. ar Broadway, and IT Dieiti >n streets. N. B.?His I'a it Ribbons aud Krenrh Flowers, are of the latest style.and ctu he pu rh ted at either of nis establish menu, at wholesale and ret -i' oo re*sonab'? term n.B lm* AN NATTO?2000 lb*, superior an ici in r-lls, in tr.iaeasjml tin ea?rs, for in tuufacturers and retailing, not equalled by any in the coun'ry. Indigo?10 i a-e-. Madras 'arbonate Ammonia?275jars Blue Vitriol?10 casks Castor Oil?25 buret* American Do do 25 case* East India Chamomile Fiowtra?i casks very large Flowers, fresh and handsome for retailing. Gum Shellac?10 cases Orange Alcohol?20 ha-re a Spirits Turpentine?15 barrels Glue?to barrels I'hilad dp ia Gum Aloes?10 ca??s- Cape A1 res Isinglass?300 lbs Russia Sheet Nu'megs?5oo lbs Oil ltos s?200 nunc >il Win'trgreen?300 lb* Piuk Hoot?II bales and 2 casks Warsanarilla?40 bales Bath Brick?25,000 Thompson'* Biacalng?200 srors For sale by WILI I AM BURGER, Wholesale Druggist, m9 8t* 60 Courtlandt?t, and l?? Greenwich street. TO THE LOVERS OF FAT BEEF. rPH? Subscriber has purchased two superb six year old J- Steers, fatte t by Mr. George Wellen, of Orange County, famed for its grazing land, and fat beef. Tliey will be slaughtered The Da\,9 li lust., at No. SOS Sixth street, snd remain there until Friday, the 11 h inst. I hey caa be seen there until th*t time, alter which ihey will be removed to the stall if the Subsbriber, No. 2 Union Market, aui exposed for sale, at prices corn spouting with ike times. All old Knickerbockers, aud alt other* who are fond of looking at beef that would make an Englishman's month water, are invited to call at either of the abore places, and take an obsersatioa. FELIX QUINN, m9 it* No. 2 Culpa Market. 1?ROM S 00# to 10 OOOlbs of fresh Garden Seeds, in ail the T choicest species and varieties, for sale, in quantities to suit Bridge.nao's permanent cstablienment, co ner of 18thstreet and Bruidsray. Also,The Young Gardner's Ass s'aot, containing ihe re.ults of his 92 rears pnetiee in New York. As this work hss been honored by the award of a Gold Medal, from the American Institute, who, with tie New York Stale Agricultural Sociity. hare tlioawarded several conies at premiums for superior st ecimens of garden products. Further eomm-nl is de. med unnecessary. ml lm* lOHN MeCABIL It CO.'* INTELLIGENCE UFKiuk. ? 90 Nassau st. Rcrr.nmpcr.s?Hon. M. H. Grinnell, H. Brevoort, Esq., W. p,?r u.n?b WAtoHKS AND JEWELRV. VERY LOW-The tt eubacriber ia telling all detcripti' n> of gold ami lilfu iVatcMagnll and ailver ptneilt, gold chaiua,ktya, he , at retail,lower than at any other place iu t' e city. Gold Watche* aa low aa SO to 40 dollara each. Watehea and Je*elry exchanged or bought. All Watche* are warranted to laeap good time .or the m?ney returned. Watclieaaud Clock* repaired in the beat manner, and warrauted, at much leaa than the utual trice*, by oxe of the fineat workmen in the city. G. C. ALLEN. Importer of Watehea and Jewelry, wholraalx and retail. 90 Wall at. upataire fotlm* NTO"HUMBUG, BUT A HAIR t?TA TEMEN i !-l ha7e L> built a Life Boat on a new plan?competent jut'g?a hart examioed and approved of her. I will build any kindnfboat to order, of any m .del?Life Boa'a, " rercreed botto , on a laat. orotherwiae. I h tee a large aaaortiaent on hand, fleaie c?ll before pj'chaiing elaewhere, you cau then judge of my wmfcand prieea. N.B. "7 ..oait are built of oak and eedar, fattened with city made naila and American iron. C. L. INGKRBOLL.tno Water aL. fig Im 7 <ioor? K*?t of Cailwriiy Market. nRY COLOKH ?The liillnwiug colors, of hrai quauy, adapted cither for (>il Printing or Kaljomine.fur aale at 944 Broadway, corner of Franklin? Waahed Blue Blaclu, Heal Indian Red, Super Chiueae Blue, Super Purple Brawn. Emerald Green, Msdifrr Lakea, Bruuiw ck Green, Vermillion, Saxon Green, Chromca, Turkey Uni'Tt. Ochrea, he., he. To Printeri ami Engraven.?Frankfort and Engliah Blacka, , very ?uperi!?r,fur aale at feb2T3m* 38t Brotdwny. corner Franklin TO" BHK.WeRk aNU DtsTiLL.h.kij. ? the auna*:ilueia I offer for aale all that valuable property, atluatcd in Auburn, and known aa Wataon and Hon'* Brewery and Diatillery.witk a Dwelling Home, outbuildiugi, machinery and fixture! eon nectrd th-iewith. Said property e mailt* ?T about two acre* of laud, lying on thoeoulh aide of die Oaaaco river in laid village; a boiek dwelling houae, a dwelling houae.a diatillery capable of diatilliug 150 huthela of grain per day, a large and convenient bri w-vy and malt house. with two kilna SI feet niuvre, anp i v an-rege for 30,000 buahela of grain, a barn 4ieda.iitable ifii t or 600 boga, and an (.flice aituffted thereon Connected with tr.e dMtillery and brewery there in a ateara enghw of *0 home power with two cylinder*?ample machinery for grinding, and a superior rectify rag eatabliahmeat, contain iuxoieof John Wrighl'dTntent alcohol atills. The whole eatalff ialunrat ia of a aupenor kind, well finiahal and eonvanient in all ita arrangementa, aituatad in a rich and ttourwhiug grain growing country, ia now in complete order aad in fulT vperaticn. It having ka-oine neceaiiary to Belt the fame in emif"vi of the dee- ?ae of H. Wattorn. it will be diapoaed of at a bar Sip One third of the purehvae mouey will be required on e delivery of the deed, and the balance may be laA on bond and mortgage for a term of yesra if deaired. Kor reference toauire at Win. Lritch'a. Ti Hndaoa atrawi New York,or of the aubacribera in Auburn, N. T. (WOHuK K. LK.ITCH, dig la* W fc M WATHOV \I7 ANT ED?A young man from If lo iT yeara old, who cao W be well recon mealed, aud who tan apeak the French and Engliah language!, to go 8outh, a* a clerk In * grocery atore. Add rem to J. J. LABOUIS8E, leb 11 I taw la* 172 Front itreet. oiicK.?iMruKTAtvr To mkkcha.V I'M and an I other* aendwig lettera to England by the UO YAL MAIL 8TEAMEtl8 from Boetoi. Meaant. Haruden 5c Co. would reepectfully give notice that they do guarantee that all letterv received at their office, No. 8 Wall alreet. New York, go tc the day previoua to the oeoarture of the boat from Hoaton ahall he placed in the Engliah mail on board the aloamer before ahe eaila, even in caae of accident or detention to the boata on the Sound, uuleaa the delay ahall be more than twan ty-four hour* over the ordinary running time, N. B. Meter*. II. It Co. would alao give notice to theii frienda and tlie public that they du not giva the above aaau ranee without power to fulfil the name. _J? ___ _ HARNPV.N Ik CO. CO AL YaHU TO L KASbI'he Clinton Uoal Hard, No. 158 Monroe I, with Office. Stable, and the Yard raved. The adverser will attend daily at U o'clock, A. M at WILLIAMS ?t FERGUSON'S corner ot Madtaon and Jrffereon (treetf. ml end aw* COAL. ! COAL !Reduction ?t Pncee?FeacrT Orchard, Red Aah. Broken and Screene t* in the yard, delivered cartage free, to eloae a eooatgnmeat, a tha following pncea. Large Nut, $7 00 Broken and Eg* 8 00 Lehigh,any TOO Liverpool 50 N. B ? B ackjmith'a Coal $8 6 0. Yard, 504 Waahington, near Spring at _ _ _ aoiimi p R nitrttuavvacn ""CHEXFanb srbbtan i ial bookb1ndino~ AT r. WaLKKR'H Old Stan I. Ill Fulton corner of Dutch atree'. K. W. ha* juit nuhlohetl hie third ulition of the Prraidenta' Vrj.agu, from VVi.ahicgton lo Tjrler'e lut Men >fe?handanate eniboaaeil minim hindit.g. jXf- No American citizen'* ii'irary n complete without thia valuable end com tie rolume of Eiecutire Document*. Tn be had of all the Uonheellere. Cloth caaee made and etamped fi-r I he trade nl *m " Tclh i.iVf.HPfini.?New Line?Regular Packet ?JlK M t1 March?The aplendid packetehip KOttCIUS. Captain aohn Colline of 1100 tone, will eail ae atmae, aer regulardajr. FerfrftghlorpaeaagejiaTitigaeeominodationi nailed for fpUndrq-or comfort,Apply on board, it Orleini wharf,foot ol ail at.,or te ^ K.COLLINS fc CO. It Boutkitreet. Price of na'eafe $IOu. _ _ , The packet enip rlDDON8,CapUin C. B. Cokb of 1MI tona. will ancceeil the Roectua, and eail 33 h April, her regular day. Paaeengera majr rely upon the ahipeof thia line tailing |puncteallr a* adrrrtiaed. ml At4? t-LKS?Regular Peebel .?The fiinfcn ? A, (."apt. wiralow. will am <m the BBftCtat of A pail. The mibaerlhera pnrpote diapatrhing a Ship punctually on (He lit dap of each month d tring the pear lor Marseille*. (Jooda aeut to the au -acribera for f rwa dine wHI bediapatched free of a p other than the charge* actually incurred upon them. The Sliipa have eerp comfortable cabin accommodati?nc. For freight or panaagr, apple lo BOYD It HI.fCKF.r*. Agent*. aa> t Tontine Iluilding. II * 'Z'1 VkRPOOI,?Regular Packet of the 11th feflr/VW Miren ?Thr auperflor fml aailinc packet ahiu WStHHEFFlfeLD, burthen noo to?? will pneilirelp aail an above, her regular dap. Hill ahtp'a accommodatioaa for cabin, aecond cabin. ?t.d teeragepaaiennera, are not aurpaoted hp any rraaal in toe trade, and berth# car be teeurrdon moderate term#. if immediate application ta madt on hoard, foot of Maiden lane, or I > OLOVKK ft Me MURRAY, 10b Pine at. oor. Soutkdk P. B.?pert on# tj? Bend for f heir rrtidinc n? nr 010 conniry, ran ni?e mrm oui in inr anore eplra did ihip, nailing irr.m Lirerponl on the i't/tf M?jr, or nag of the regular peckete failing from there on the lit, Tlh, 11 h.lllh ?od Mth of each moth. The SheffirH, will be tucreeded by the packet >kip Ron due. Capt. Collin*, to *ail on t>e Itih of March. M OLUVtR It MeMUARAT, W YO ;w YORK, THURSDAY A THE NEW YORK LANCET. EDITED BV JAMES ALEXANDER HOUSTON,M. D., PIBI.I8UED EVERY SATURDAY. CONTENTS OF NO. X. IICTUIIIDr. Forry on the Law* of Climate, and it* Influence upon the Animal and Vegetable Kingdom* .... 146 Profe**or Mott'* Lecture* on Surgery, No X. Compound Hare-lip 160 Complicated Hare-Hp 160 Compound Complicated Hare-lip 160 aariew*. Dr. Ramtbotham'*' Proceis of Parturition ' Imtrumental Labor 146 The Induction of Premature Labor 146 Haemorrhage during Labor 146 Puerperal Convulsions 146 Guy'a Hospital Report*?Dr. Bird on Electricity a* a Remedial Agent in the Treatment of Disease*. Hborpa 1A1 Paralysis 161 A Dictionary of Arti, Manufacture!, and Mines. By Andrew Ure, M.D., F.R 8 , kc. Ac. Ac. Adipooire 161 The Retrospect of Medicine and Surgery. Edited by G W Braithwaite, Surgeon to the Leeds Gencral Eye anJ Ear Infirmary, Ac. Ac. On Asphyxia,and on the Rescuscitation of Stillborn Children IS 2 Outline of a Philosophical History oi the Reproductive Function 163 Woman Physiologically Considered. By Alexander Walker. With an Appendix 134 Beauty; illustrated chiefly by an Analysis and Classification of Beauty in Woman. By Alexander Walker 164 First Principles of Medicine. By Archibald Billing, M.D., A.M., Member of the Senate of the University of London, Ac. Ac 134 BDironuL nr.rsBTSiERT. Spring Course of Lectures 153 Albany Medical College 133 Mistake Corrected.?Dr. 1.1. Greenwood 154 Testimonial to Dr. Quackeuboss, of tho Collage of Physicians and Surgeons 154 sir.Dico-ciuauanicsL a k r ok t k a. Crosby street Clinique 136 Cases in which the Psrotid Gland was successfully Removed 166 Csseof Enlarged Thymus Glind. By Dr. Mantel), L L D , F R S * ? 156 Dr Isaac I. Greenwood, of New York, on the Cure ofToothaehe 167 Improved Peaiariei 167 Case of Paralysis in connection with Hepatic Derangement 167 Treatment of Sore Throat, or Angina, by Alum. By M. Yelpeau, of Parla 169 Colica Pictonum treated with Warm Water. By John Wilson, M.D., Phyiician to the Middlesex Hoapital 160 Belladonna in Caaea of Ueua. By 3d. Becker 169 items and iinuiainci. 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Nelson, Poutaoe Cottvtt, Ohio. ?The people of Nelson have been visited with severe (iekness the past winter. The epidemic commenced in a time of general and severe colds, and hat principally raged among the people of Nelson township. The sickness is now subsiding, aud is thus deicrihed by Dr. J. G. Stevens ia the last Hudson Observer: ? " The fever as it has prevailed in Nelson during the winter of 1812,*is of a highly inflammatory character, properly denominated " the synochal grade of Idnphatic fever," with anrne peculiarities not usually attending that variety of continued feverIn almost every case which haa fallen under my observation there haa been a highly deranged atate of the billiary organs, the skin and albugmla putting on e yellow hue with other ieterie appearances Soon after the attack some local determination and inflammation has been g"nerally developed. That localiiy has been some portion of the mucus tissue; i in some instances the mucus tissue of the lungs I has been its seat, but in a great nnjority of ihe I caaea the mucus titsue of the alimentary canal haa 1 been the most severely affected. In tome caaea, ] if the disease be not checked in its progress, it as- i somas the typhoid type on the third or fourth day, I and en the fifth er seventh terminates in death. i Kinr># til* ft ret nl Jtn IAJ9 iYtmrm Kara Komi uLnm 4 on* hundred cases in the township of Nelson and ita i vicinity. Up to thin date there have bean but eight I deatha from the fever. Several deaths from other I di.eases hare occurred aince the firai of Jan. laat. Hydrophobia.?We aee it atatcd in the Fayetteville, (N C ) Observer, that a daughter of James Mitchel, of that plaee, aged eight years, died of this dreadful diaeaae on the 22 J ult. She waa hitten in the wrist by a rabid dog iu October laa!; the wound healed in a short time, aince which ahe complained occasionally of pain in the arm, extending to the neck, and frequently exhibited some spasmodic affections On the Kith ult. she waa violently attacked with spasms, which continued ap to the time of her death. TnrMXisDora Ricvival.?A great reTiral of religion has recently taken place at BealJsville, in VVaahington County, Pa , and we learn from the Washington Reporter, that every maa in the town had joined the church. Remarkable.?At Lexington, Kentucky, the thermometer stood in the sun, at two o'clock on Febraarv 22d. at 2t. In the shade, at the same time, at &i. Thb Fim at Otikoo.?The loaa of property oc- ? enaioned by the burn ion; of tho paper mill of Ira fc T"dH & Co., amount!! to about $111,000?insurance $2,000. Wo ware wrong loat in alating that o all tho content* of the building worn deatrorod? " quality of tbo mg < nod aome of tbo machinery ? wore eared, although la a damaged condition.? Oi ti ugopaptr. * I V , f m f , RK I 10RNING, MARCH 10, Auburn. I Corre*pou?l?D(.e of ihe Herald. 1 AlBU**, Feb. 25, 1842. Auburn Revisited?Romeo's Reception?Laughable Error?Excitement? IVho it Romeo?iMiliet Opinion ?Sentimental Situation?Flowers? Poetry?Ball? Preachers? Music? Churches? Prison Tempt ranct?/-male. M* J. G. Bciuictt When I la-t wrote you from this place inOciober, I promised to write again in February, and I am here again juit in time to keep uiy word. I found thing* going an rery pleasantly ; the young people hare been enjoying themselves very well with parties, balls, &c.j Iney have not hud snow enough they think, but have managed to do without it, by making more} fun within doors. I was glad to find the ladies looking as smiling and appearing us happy as usual, and was pnrtieulaily phased to receive the same warm grasp of the band which spoke a sincere and honest welcome Commend me to those warm kind souls who, when tbey receive a fiisud or stranger, welcome him in no dubious manner, but intend to him the welcome hand, and show by their deportment that they are riends indosd, and make him to feci almost at home. I was highly amused to find that my communication iu October was credited to another p-rson They thought it was ayounggentleman who chanced to be hete at the tame time that I was, who was en gaged in a law suit which came ofTat the October term. That communication occasioned quite an excitement, as it was the first, they said, which had puHcnoi .muurn ai an; ana wno is ttonuu' was the all absorbing ipiestinn for a fortnight. That the alo esaiil yt.iing gentleman was tiif. Komeo, all the young lawyers said, because they satv him writing in the court house all one day; but whether he was writing the particulars of the trial in which he was interested, or in letter writing, deponents could not state My particular friends, Mr. B nud Mr C , took a dreadlut oath that he was the man; Mr. II. said *1* would like to whittle him to chips, and Mr C. declared he would crack chestnuts till the crttek of doom if he pleased. The ladies (bless their pretty eyes) did not know to whom to credit it; some were fur this one, and some for that, and some more rather suspected that the lawyers were right. They did not like to have their initials in a newspaper, but the rest of the communication they con'.d not object to; but they would like to know what gentleman had discernment enough to appreciate their society so much, that they might ext-nd to hitn their kindness still more. Oue young lady spoke t?. me about the matter the other night; and when she closed with "O, how I wish 1 knew who Knmeo was," she looked up so sweetly, with her large dark eyes full of, that 1 was strongly tempted to throw myteif at her feet and declare mysolf the Komeo, and taking a libe.ty with the immortal Shakspeate, exclaim, " Ob! that I were a tress upon that cheek, That I might linger there forever." Well, another has had all the credit of my pro duclions in letter writing, and 1 roam about here, " pencilling by the way," and wondering if 1 shall pVOP hfk Itora Bffailt I hnuo tvilWia no IT, 1 f tlint 1 may be here in midsummer Tor I know it uiuit possess greater attraction.-!, when the " green garniture ol nature" is spread out in all its loveliness; when the sweet lily of the valley, the Daffodil, the Pink, and the Rcie, all lend their sweet fragrance 10 the air and speak in silent eloquence to man the kind care of bis Creator, and st-ein to say, He who cloihts us in all our beauty, will be not care for ybul Who dies not love flowers 1 What a delightful and instiuctive knowledge it is, to know tS* peculiar nature, and parts of each of those sweet thinge, spread out with a liberal hand by kind Mture, 10 charm our eyes with their delicate tints md wonderful structure, and delight our senses fiih their grateful odor. How charmingly one of Mr modern poets has described the culture of flowers; hear him? "Still,gentle Laty, cherish flowers? * Truly fairy fiieads are they, On whom of ell thy cloudiest hours Not one is thrown away; By them, unlike maa's ru ler race, No cere conferr'd is spurn'd, But ail thy fond and fostering grace A thousand fold returned. The Rose repays thee all thy smiles? The stainless Lily rears Dew in the chalice of its wiles, As sparkliag as thy tears.. The g lances of thy gladd'ning eyes Not thanklessly am poured ; In the blue Violet's tender dyes Behold them all restored. 1 nu origni usrnsuon?uuco luy cuieu Bent oVr it io the bad ; And back it givea thy blushes mevk In one rejoicing tloud ! That Balm has treasured all thy sigh, That snow-drop touched thy brow, Thus, not a charm of thine shall ore, Thy painted people vow." Flowers in winter, like snow in summer, are lather out of season it is true, but the cheering spring time is nigh at hand, and so young ladies, you will soon hare a chance to cultivate th >se lovely things again, and if Kotneo should coinc among you again, won't you give him a bouquet 1 L??t Tuesday evening I attended a Are ball at the Auburn bouse. It was given by a fire company, and waa numerously attended by the military corps of Auburu and Rochester. It was <i beautiful affair, and (he numerous ladies present showed oflTto excellent advantage. I with I could paitieularise, but among so many charming creature* it would seem invidious, lor they were all fair; and if Korueo should mention but a few, (as he did before, and only stopped then not to moke the article too long,) it might ocean on a littlx jealousy; and besides that, tbeldCie* (as I said before) did not like to see their initials in print, and as I respect them toe highly to do any thing which might cause the least pain in any of their gentle bosoms, 1 will refrain from that; bat to describe their dre-6es surely cannot oSsnd them?so here goes: The young lady with a pure white dress, with the sleeves tucked with blue, and a small bunch of flowers in her hair, danced very gracefully, and the soldier he daueed with seemed proud of her, as well he might Two sisters in dark t-ilk dresses looked sweetly, and the exceeding agreeable and easy manners of one of them was wortny ?f especial notice A dark eyed beauty in pink and white loo ,ed quite captivnting 0,,e in a velvet bodice danced with much grace. One with an ornament on her f/tvAkeosl ** >m rlreasari arith nnllAh tuslp Kilt that ornament wa? altogether superfluous; nature had et two diamond* in her head, and art rather spoiled the eflVct. 1 cannot remember any more dr*?ses, lor I hardly looked at them, the fair owner* were too pleasant arid happv to allow one to think < f auy thine; but their swert looks and agreeable manners As for any other dresses it is a chaetic mass in my brain; a plaid dress, two or thrca more plaid dresses, bluett, blacks, changeable*, wreaths had dowers in the hair, and bouquets in the hand. One thing 1 missed sadly, and that was that there was do waltzing, except a little in the Spanish dance How was that 1 I hare attended an exceeding pleasant oarty in a retired nart of the rillsge, and nn quite d- lighted O.i Sunday, I h>ard the venerable Dr Hopkins dr lift r an excellent discourse; the singing was very rood, and the organ was played very sweetly by a lady. If it is the same person who played here in Dctocer, she has improved murh, and will certainly Se a superior organist. I also heard a discourse by Mr. Lathrnp, of the second chtireh; lie is a man of great power,and his wri'ings must read admirably, hut he lacks energy in delivery; hen minded me very much indeed of Dr. Dewey, and (to me) his raalt is the same. The singing htre w as alto good, tnd the choir is quite large. I oid not attend the r.piscopsl church; they have a very handsome ediIce, and I am told the interior is quite in keeping with the exterior. The Baptist church looked m f it needed rcpairing very much. I also visited the prison, where I ssw the gieat liuflalo speculator, the ufamou* and ferocioux 1 > king Leit, and llela liarre, who wat tent there in October for dealing a nan'a hontebold good*and chattel*, including wife u>d children; nuidry ex bank tellers,clerk*, innocent bank note engraven, &c The caute of temperance here, a* rite where, it ;oiug ahead with rapid ttridet; ami if our Croton vater work* get on a* fad a* (he temperance water voik* here, we thall toon be inundated with, a dream of nature'* purest nectar, which (hall gladlea many a thirsty toal, and g > far toward* pro uoting the good temperance cau?e. Bat I hare done; no more doe* Romeo expect to eviait (hi* place, but the bright remembrance of he kindnet* which he ha* received here, tha ;race and intalligenca of th* ladie*, the natura harm* of this place, and the many pleaaiog asmiation* which, ? Cling around m> memory atill, Like tome delightful virion ofihptoul," rill ever be with me; and if I havebeen cauntie, it ia< been for the good of tho*e to whom it a' plied, nd not irnm any *ini*ter motive. There are tome th'rato w h >m the word* of rep.-oof would b? like apple* of gold;"' let tome " niee young men' here xemine ihetnielvee well: a wi*e man will improve itreby, but a fool will (preee on and be pnni-hed. komco. f ' {<.'!, <{!. ! .j im* ? ?' !? ' -J >b *t#* j >vdKou(m| nil ,' ?ifi '< IERA 1842. Lctteri from Brazil[Correspondence of the lterald.1 Rio Janeiho, Jannaryjl'2,1842. Commercial? Trade t" Africa?American Shipping. The difficulties which hare been thrown in the way of the trade to the coast of Africa by British cruiser*, under the plea of suppressing the slave trade, but actually to endeavor to establish a monopoly to their own vessels, has, within the past year, produced* considerable change in the course of trade between Rio and that eoast. Brazilian vessels fitted out and cleared for a lawful trade, have been subject to so much detention and annoyance. as to render it almost iniDOssible to nrose cute it to advantage, and has been abandoned. The remonstrance* made to the British government, by Mr. Stevenson, and the protect* of the U- S consul at Cape Town, have caused more respect to our national flag than formerly, while those of other nations which they suppose can be annoyed with impunity, are subjected to all kinds of difficulties. The result has been that American vessels in this port are in demand for freights to the coast With the present low prices of freights, the owners of American vessels tind it their interest to accept charters whieh are offered for the shipment of merchandize to Benguala and other African ports. The brig Odessa of your port has just cleared, h ving received a charter of $-1.000, with a condition of -ItMay days, and #10 per day demurrage. The Philadelphia ship, Robert Bowne, is loading lor the same port, (Uenvuala) and 1 understand ia chartered for $9>OO0an(f$75 per day demurrage. The New Yoik barque Sagamore, haaalso a very liberal charter for the tame destination, while the New York ship TV hit more is in treaty for the same pur pose._ The Brazilian merchants find it much to their iutere.-t to employ American b >ttoms, and so long as the British cruisers exercise their oppression upon the commerce of nations which they consider incompetent to vindicate the honor of their flags, the vessels of the United States will be in demand here for the transportation of meiohandize to Africa. Englishmen may talk asthey please about the magnanimity of their great nation, but interest is her ruling principle, aud to that every thin? ifl anr.rifiAsid. Ilnrmifraonnin /*Amlsirs# tka " . o -- ?? ??" " ? Chinese in not more censurcabie than the course she is now pursuing in regard to the slave trade on the coast of Africa. If the suppression of that detestable traffic was the real, as it is the ostensible cause for the activity of her cruisers, philanthropy would rejoice at the vigilance of her officers; but when the actual motives are so apparent, we lose all respect for the mercenary motives which influence thun. Last week a Portuguese vesselarrived off this coast, and landed upwards of 500 slaves without interruption, while vessels engaged in lawful trade are subject to constant annoyance. We are charged with conniving at the trade by accept tng charters to transport merchandise which it is alleged are designed in payment for slaves. This may be so, but it comes with an ill grace from Joan Bull,whi>n,it|is considered that these goods eo transferred are of British manufacture, invoiced as coast goods, and designed particularly for the African market. That there is an important (lawful trade to the coaft no one will deny, and it is not easy to designate what portion of merchandize shipped may be applied to the purposes of the slave trade. True philanthropy'would seem to consist in checking the evil at the fountain, which would be found to ?e in Mancheder, Birmingham, and She/field. 1 hinted in one of my previous letters the propriety of connecting the coast of Africa with the naval station here. Every day confirms the iinportance,of the measure, and 1 again commend it to the attention of the Sccre aryof the Navy. We have a large commeroe engaged in trade with Africa, and part ?f the force from here could be readily employed in cruising there, and could bo relieved occasionally as might be required, and the interests of our merchants require an addition to the small force now stationed ttiare. Let John Bull see that we are determined to proteet the stars and stripes when engaged in a lawful commerce, and we shall soon cea;etohear of aggressioas and annoyances to American vessels when they are sustained by the batteries of a few sloops of war. This kind of argument will address itself to Johnny's most sensitive faenlties?his own interest. CmcisiTiit Albany, [Correspondence of the Herald.J Albany, Match 8,1912. All the ab;cnt members having returned, the attendance in the Asaembly, this morning, was very full, and a large amount of business has been dispatched to-day. To-day and to-morrow aro the days set apart for the transaction of real business, as no resolutions, motions, fee., ean be introduced __:? |_ fTL- ?....-a.l 1 C witMMut UUMUIUU ui tuiiPi-ni. iu? prviouiKUUD 01 petition!, owing to the accumulation during the day* that the boute was not in session, hat bsen unusually large A bill was reported by Mr Putz in lavor of an alteration of the New York Pilot Law, which was read twice, and ordered to a third reading. The minority of the committee also gare notice of an intention to bring in a bill oa the same subject. Mr D. R F. Jokes reported a general bill tto extend the time for the collection of taxes in sbe various towns in ibe state The house then reolved itself into committee of the whole on the bill, in relation to the State printing. Mr. Palmer moved to amend the first section, se that the term of office should be fixed, ibe same as that of o.her state officers. Mr. P., who is a practical printer, stated that the term, as fixed in the bill, would not warrant the person appointed in going into the large expense of purchasing presses and type. It was lest. Mr. Fla?ler said, that under the law under which the present incumbent holds his office, the appointment would be made as this first sectioa provide. He would not believe, until be ?w it made evident by the acts of the majority, that there was any intention of iaterf-ring with the contract between the state and the pri sent incumbent He therefore saw no reason for tbc first Miction, and to shorten the details of the bill, he moved to strike it out. Mr. SiMMOxssaid he did not believethat this bill would ever become a law. He did not believe in ibis changing the officer m-rely becau-c he h ippeaed to be opposed in politics t > the majority; it u as not right to make it a mere party matter. This I proposed violation of contract was next door to re puuiation; and if he must spcuk plain, it came from just the source from whence he would exprct such i doctrines. This state, he alleged, was the father of i repudiation. Another reason why he waaopposed I to the bill, waa because he did not see any provision i to indemnity ine present state primer lor urmtn m contract, and damage* incurred thereby. He did I not deoy the right of the legislature to repeal the I law, but they were bound, if no charge wan made of i non-performance of duty, end he had heard ?! none, I 10 indemn.fy the printer for ihe d?mage he should I inotaiu. Mr. 8 argued at length in eupport of in- I corpora ting a piovision in thi? bill to meet thisdc- I feet If ten percent could be saved by the package < of thio law, a? was alleged, u hy did not gentlemen think of it ten year* a*o1 An imm use amount of money might have been oared to the State by thio t me lie believed that thio buoineoowao al got up for DunrombfMr. M'MoanAV replied to Mr. Simmono'o charge of repudiation, ao being involved in the principles of thio bill, and denied the charge that ouch a doctrine originated here. He alluded to the case of Blairand Riveo, at Washington, ao being a precedent in thio matter. In reply to Mr Flagler's remarks to breach of contract, Mr. M'M. said, that according to the showing of the gentl-man from Kssex, there existed no constitutional objections on this head. Why, sir, he retnenabsred that one of the strongest reasons urged by the friends of the present incumbent, at the passage of the law undr-r which he holds his office, in favor of it, was, that the priater could at anytime be removed. Ihe state printer knew thi? when he took (be contract; and why then were we called npun to pay damages 1 i He apprehended that this legislature would make no i difficulty in panning this law; it was expected and I dtonauded by their constituents, and the people at large Mr. Tamum* said in reply to Mr Simmows ex prvaaion of belef, thnt thia bill would not become * law, that be did not know upon what ground the , geoiletnnn baaed aueb belief, but he auppo cd that th- intervention of the Goveronr'e veto whnt net going to prevent it. And 'lor what renaon? Whv, necnuae there waa no proriaion providing for the t payment of damage* to th* State Printer. He (Mr. fl r )d(?|>raJke eould ahowIbat the State pr ntor I hid groeely overcharged the State for bia work, t and that 'bia bill waa not a aaere party meaanre, | bat a patrie ic one, and one too,wbieh would ggent- | LD. " FrtM two Conti ly benefit the Stale at large. Mr. T e> nteudeu that there wua no branch of public expenditure, ia which mere gross abuaca had prevailed, and it was lime that some correction abould be applied- Mr. T.argued ou the grneral merits of the bill at eoa idersble length The qneation then recurred on the motion to etrike out, and it waa loot. Tbe blank in the second sectu n specifying tbe day apoa which the election of State Printer ahali be made, was tilled after some debate by inserting tbe fourtk day of April next Alter the adoption of some slight and unimportant amendments, tbe committee rote and reported. The I hair then ar.nounct d the reception of a message from the Governor, stating (hut the Continental Congr< as during the Revolution, had voted the sum of ?5(10 to be appropriated for the erection of a monument to the brave Ciea. Herkimer, who fell at Oriskany, but their retclve had never been carried into etlict. It recommended the pas-age by tke Legislature, of resolutions of instruction to tbe representatives of the State in Congress, to call tbe attention of ibat body to the eubjsct. Mr. Hoffmax hoped the matter would be sent to a select committee. He thought a monnment had already been erected-one too that would endure as long as the memory of man The very resolve of that great and patriotic body, wua a in nutrient mora glorious and mere eaouiing, than any that could t>e erected by human hands, and he. ?. ..... ...vuiiu.iiotiiHii nun u uwi ue saopieu. Mr. Simmon* and Mr Davkzac, hoped it would net be tent 10 a committee w ho would make an advene report Major D. made a long and very eloquent speech in furor of the Governor's iccoaouiendation. Mr. Hoffman replied that the gentleman frcm Eiiex, (Mr. h.) appeared to think he (Mr. H.) was disposed to treat this as a matter of finance, and that in bi< (Mr. H.'s) opinion, it would be wrong to grant money (or such purpose, in the present embarrassed and distressed condition ol the finances of the State. If the gentleman bad lute ened to the reading of the message, be could not have formed any such opinion. He was makii g it altogether too cheap, too pitiful, to make the grt at State of New York go begging to Congress for such a purpose. He reiterated the monument bad already been ereeted. When the swift Achilltn fell before the plains of Troy, his countrymen erected a mound to his memory?but they bar* disappeared?none can oil where either stoodThree thousand years hare elapsed, and his monument, erected by Homer, still stands iiuperith ble and immoral. That erected to General Herkimer, was by hands more holy and mote patriotic, and in as great as it is undying. His cnuntrymeu,his companions in arms,ask no more?they want no paltry column of marble or brasa to freshen their rememb;ance. The question was taken on Mr. H.'s motion, and lost, and ikwas then referred to the committee having in charge ihe question of erecting a monument to De Witt Clinton. The Senate, after the rtception of petitions, for want of other business, it is presumed, consumed the day in the discussion of aqnestion of reconsidering a rote of yesterday. General Davis, of Rensselaer, who ha? since the first week o( the session been confined by sicknese to his room, has sufficiently recovered to be enabled to take his seat again and resume his legislative duties. Mr. D. is one of the most talented u. .-j ? ... - in iui uuuh, ana ms pretence will be ol great assistance. Cave Ulciscar. The Caaa of the Captain of the Henry Clay. We publith the following at the request of several of the highly respectable shipmasters of the port of New York :? A Hard Case.?We are informed that Captain Scbriever of the ship HenryClay and his first officer were some days since arrested and lodged in the Tombs, upan a criminal process issued out of the United States Court It will be recollected that the steward of the Henry Clay obtained a verdict of #3,000 against Captain S, in the Atarine Court, for an assault and battery. We have visited the. captain since his incarceration, and found him confined in a cell near that of the murderer Colt, i<nd but a short distance removed from the cell of hdwards, the notorions forger; strange company truly to place a person in, who is certainly not guilty of the ehurges to the extent impiiied t? mm. 't here are circumstances connected wi'b this case wh.ek we would particularly call attention to, and that if, that this action wss brought against the capiain and mate after a period of six months had elapsed from tba time the assault is alleged to have been committed It appears, as we are informed by the captain, that the steward left the ahip at Croastadt, aud there declared himself to be a British subject, bslorc the British Consul, wl o tent hira to Lo don, and on his passage to that, he whs shipw reck, ed. He however reached London,and there be suddenly ehanges the place of his nalivitv and arserta that be if an Ameiieaa citiz?n, and ibea demands the protection of ihe American Conaul, bv whom he ia sent to New York, in the packet ship Quebec, la it not lingular, too, that he did not represent hie case to the American Consul at Cronatadt, where h? would hare been taken care of, and aent direet to thia country 1 but he did no auch thing. Is it, then, not reasonable to aupjioae that all the injuriea thia steward complains of, he tcceired after be left the ship at Crenatadtl And, we would aak, how in thename oi hearen any physician could fura moment believe that tkia man's itlneae was produced by injuriea received on board ihe Henry t lay, especially be had been away from that khip for ao fang a period; and we are told that while on board the ahip Quebec be exhibited no timrka of violence upon hia person ? in faet, he bore no evidence of ill treatment, but appeared to be in good health and apirita; and no doubt he waa in fine apirita at the prospect unfolded to hia view of sweetening (aa the phraae ia) the captain of the Henry Clay, on hia arrival at this port Let our captains look seriously into thia matter, for it in one in which they are deeply i teieated; if they are to be thua traduc- d, villihed, abused, and imprisoned upon every frivolous charge which any designing tellow may bring against them. The case of Capt 8. bis mate ia ono of extreme hardship, and which ahonlJ awaken a feeling of sympathy in the breast of every shipmaster. If captains are thus to be dragged to prison for enforcing orders, and keeping up a proper degree of subordination and discipline on ship board. It will not be sale much longer for them to navigate their vessels. We say, It t shipmasters look to it, aa it most vital y affects them Thai Capt. ^bxie row may huve acted somewhat imprudently, we are willing to admit, hut not to the extent attributed to htm. lie has in a'l conscience suffered enough already?a verdict of three thousand dollars nose a lands recorded against him, and (as we before said) himself > I inroite of the K.yption Tomb', awaiting with painlul anxiety the slow procraitinating motions of lawyers, and the glorious uncertainty of the law. He is now in his cell, and will probably remain there until some kind fiiend is willing to become hi* ball- I Ic in a el ranger here, bis fam.Iy fur olF, end comparatively friend leu* It baa been 'aid that he ia part owner of the abip Huch ia not be fict; la ii. T r < w.itd a timber cf k-r He kaa rep ate ,ly expieaaed bia willingness to give up all lie little property he haa. even to his watch, to satisfy the demands against him. Thnae who lave cauaed the preaent criminal ptotecutiaa night have been aatisfied with the verdict obtained in the Marine Court without hun'ing mm doatn with anch vindictivenc a, coating bins into a dungeon, and having hia limla manacled when taken to Court, like a pir te or a midnight robber. We auk again, hia he rot already softYred too much 1 (Lving to thia affair, be haa been diacharged from the command of a tine ahip. Ilia funda have been exkanated by the expenaea he haa he>-a aubjected to, and be ia now penniless Haa reputation hitherto haa been unsullied, and it will take a long, long time to r> move th' i?putatians now resting upon him " They haa e taken that frem him w hich doea not enrich thr m, but makes him poor indeed;" an ', a? if hie cup of miaery was not filled to overflowing, he is deprived at his liberty and plaead in company with that of mmderers and forgers. Let the ship masters or the port then assist a brother in diatre.-a. Let th'm call a meeting at once, and adopt measures to effect hia speedy liberation It might as will be hare stated that both anils were commenced agaiaat the captain'and mate, collectively, no doub for the purpose 01 prcTrniinK oe?= itsoir ? the other; end ihe evidence of the na?teJ if he had been permitted to testify, would have Riven an enlire fiiflerem coloring tnd complexion to this affair, in which Captain 8 br.ever and his mate have bee* he unfortunate victims. Malty Merchants MiLt Btraitii) ?The steam flour mill end ditfillirjr, at Lawrencebtirjf, was bnrat down Ja?t night. > he light was to vivid here at to eau*e an alarm of ire Lawrmceburg it distant aboat twenty mile* - Cincinnati (laxttlr, March 8 Fiaa 131 Gavava.?By passengers ie the eoatcnk rem yesterday morning, we learn that a disastrous ire occurred in the village of Geneva, at half pest 1 on ttnturday evening. Two dwelling honere, wo bares and foer horses were consumed. Tbw oss is estimated at #4.000. 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