Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 3, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 3, 1842 Page 1
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TH Tel. VII. Ko. 400.?WlioJf No. H074. NEW LINK DI LIVERPOOL PACKETS. T? Mul froo N?w Yuri "? <lii> 2Jih ??d Liferv00' ou l*ie / ttuk momh. ^ NBW^PMS'" Sbtp ROBCIUf, Captaia Joka Collina, SMh kkiy WDDONS. Cauuin E. B. Cobb, katb map NUkRIDAX, Ciptma V. A. Dapayatar. *">' M?P W OARRICK. iapttiiWm. Sk.Jdy, J"?? Kaoat Li'aaruoi.. , ? , tup BHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Daiwyatar. I*h March. Ship OARRICK. (L'apuiu W?. Ski.kly, IJtliApnl. Ship EOBI M- S, Captain J..hu( olliu., IJili May. tup IrDOONS, Captain F.. B. Cobb, Utli Juun. TImbv shl}* sin All ul f^r I1r?l CUMI| UpWAnb "I 1000t <>!*?, built ia ifce of lf*w T?rk. with twch iiupro?BtA*iiUm toiabiii# rial apBBri wiOi bimmi?aI comfmt lor fc.vBrf cbtb mm 1m token ! arrangement ol then ^ccouuuotUtioiM. Til *id? of fiwH* li?u*t li $100. lor which ampW eloree will ka jrert4*i. Tkni ehip? arc commanded by ripeneimeil BUn, will make utery eiortioii to gifn general satinfaoniiiliir la captain. r>r ownara of tlif aliip. will lir rvirpou.ikla fcr 8fcf iwrurl. i-r packer. ??ut by tiu-ia, milw>* ra??ur k.rr lading am ai^ncd thcmfor. Cba .Uipa of thi. liur will krmaftrr go ariuril, .Hid thrir |*.:nBar 1MB*>raat.ua gum thaw aarnrity nut |?wtmil by any utlicr bai raamla of war. k'or freight or apply to E. 1. COLLINS k CO., 56 South at., Naw York, or to WM, k JAS. BROWN k C(k, Lnarpool. LaUrr. by thn pauknl. will ha charged IJ>, caiiU per tingle that! ; it oaata |wr ounce. and iit.wapuprra I emit rarli. ml NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. ISECO.VD LIKE.) tife- jffjjy $f&Tn^^Ln^tf tliia Mn^wiTrhamuMr^raTii Nun^lor^Iu Ilia Ut and Intra an the Ifllh of each uiunih, aa followa : From .Vnf Fork. From Harrr. Tlit bow skip ONEIDA, t lal Marrb i llttb April i'aptaia < lat Jnly < 18th Augu.t J a via. Faaolt. T lat Ntiratnbcrr Ifith December Skip BALTIMORE, L lat April i ICth May Captain < l.t Auguat < tilth September Rdvnrd Villi,-k, / Ut Drrrrm'rf Ittth January SbiulITICA, I lat May i It.th Jtina Captain < lat Aapteuib'rc 16th October k'raderirk Hawiir, ( lat Jaunary ( 18th February Nrw akipST.NICOLAS, k lat Juut i lftth July Captain Ut O.-tobor \ IMli Notambrr. J. B. Pall, f lat Frbrnaryt lAtn Marrh rue a.'rramiriilatioiM oi tlicee aitipe are not nrpavcu. i-ouibiaiug ail thai nay be required lor roufort. The price of raMa paaecge ? $100. Pei urtigci'a will ba anpplird with erery rrqaiiate. with the oeeeptna of wine* anil liqnnre. A lonfe islanded for three veaeela will be lei warded be the aabseeibne. ma froul any other lhaa the aipeueee actually iaounred aa ttieia. For freiglit or liaaeagr. apply to BOVD It HINCXF.N, Agent., aO 9 Toatiue Buildings. . fOtt NKW OM.KANS. LOl^AWA AND NF.W YORK LINK OF PACKETS. <l<u|?tob a ibif flow this port ou the let, Atli, loth, tiih. ttth, and HM^f each aioath, commencing the tilth October aud eoiitinu n^Bpil May, wltea regular dayi will be appointed for the reauKr of lie y#a, whereby great delay* and dieepimialiueiile witlbr piof anted dnrtag ilia enaimer moutlei. The following 'ff' ceaMieaer thte arrangement : HB TAZOO, Oaptniu Cornell, Rmp OCONEE, 0?pt*iu Jark on. Itap MISSIS8lFri.Cai.taia Hiltiawl. Ship LOUISVILLE, Certain Hunt. Slap "HAKSPEARE, Captni* Miuer. Ship OA9TON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNT8VILLK, Captain Mnmford. Ship OCMULGEK, Captain Leaeilt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickitaon. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Skip LOUISA, Captain Mulford. Thane ships ware all bailt in the eity of New York, oxpreuly Her paaketa, are ef light draft of watar, hera rerruilr baau newly eoppered aad pat ia eplaudid ordar,with arraanaoUaiion* It 11 payii ii a a i| it a 11111 far ooinfort. They ere contuiatidrd br maelare, wh# will make erery eiertiou to gire uea?tl4Ealbetiea. They will at all tiaiae be towed n|> and Uo^KtHgoliaaieaippi by steamboats. Ballber lha owners ar cepiaine of thraa ahipa will lie reepon.i^ fllenelry, ballioa. preciont atouee, ailrer or plated ware, afflil legem, parse I or package, aeut by or put on board of mS. nuoea libilai bille af lading are Uksa for tlx same, and m tint niini aapreaaad. Far height ?rMl anplr to I CTTtfoLl.TNS k CO., SC South at., or . HULL1N A WOODRUFF, Agent to Now ObIsml wkt will promptly forward all good* to thair iUimi. Tha U|a of this lis* are warranted to sail nuuelnally as ad?w*e4. aad groat oora will ha takes to Uara the goods oorrecttf a?swrt4, m< STEAM NAVIOJ^^^^^^TEEN ANTWERP AND NEW YORK, VIA? SOUTH Jl MP TON. BELGIAN STEAMER BRITISH QUEEN, M. M. Kkanc, Commands:!. The dors Of dapartnra of this well-known Steamship, hare filltwi * Vreai Antwarp, k'rom Southampton, Fram Nrjsr York, Oa th Mar. !?**. Oa 7th Mar, l?t3, On 7th Jd?, lit! 7f Jalr. 10th Jnly, " Tth Aug., " 7A Soft. " nth Sept. " 7th Oct., " Prfao or naistze, meals not melndrd, to Soathamptoa or Aalwsrp, J70? flu ward * fees, $3 M}i. Tho meals will he ssstvad oa board, aa the plan of a continents! hotel, iu tlia hot oiaonor, aad at drad aad moderate price*. Families or partie* mar aoatraet for the ruyace with the steward. An exiierunced Sorgeoa M board. For freight or twee ago. or any farther information, appl r to H. W. T. lit If. IIA I.I, \~enU, aBdosOr 41 Bearer street. NKW YORK AND NEWARIT fta>B ataa-88^*311 Kre relaTcd tZT*W From the foot of Coortlaadt street. New York. (K*rry day?Baadayseseepted.) Loaraa New York Leares Newark At I A. M. At ? P. M. At 7& A. M. At lVJ P. M. do. 4 do. 9 do. 'Pa do. 11 4\ A). do. ilg d>. C do. 7 do. I do 10 do. ON SUNDAYS, if torn the foot of Liberty street. IsmIs New York, Leave Newark. At r A. \l. and t'j P. M. At I P. M. and In P. \T. NEW YORK, KI.1ZABKTIITOWN. HAIIWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare redueed. From the fuid of Liberty street, daily. Leone New York. L?ar? New llruuvwiek. At ? A. M. At 7>. A. M. 4K P. M. 1 P. M. SOhlERVTLLU Stages conned with these liuur each way. Fare between New York aad Romoryille, so rents. Do do New Bnuuwick, 71 cents. Rah WOT, .'* seuts. Kliaabatlitow n, ^ 71 rent*. i n?- I?c tii uir a> at. nam in?m i^rw urmi'tn im. aim r. y. fcraiu fivm! Nt-w York, Im* l**eu in ducrd ? N?w Yvrk aud New Uuiimuirk, to M cents. aud Kali way to 37*^ " TU rhilidviphiN utail linti |*9?e < llirowuli Nc w Brims* irk fifc Naw Turk f??n' evening at ?J o'clock. Ou Huinkfi tL? 1)9 A. SI. tri|M Iroia New Bnmnwick it OTMIUMI. Paw?tt(?n who prurnrr their ticket* at thr ticket office, rrotift (trrf lirkft Ticket* are received by tkf rundm-lur outr oo t!n Ja) wh. u jmo li??. f? l?ll :.n iMTOKTANT TO U KSTKKN Mi:i<< 11.\NTS. KICI.IA.N4 K PORTABLE IRON BOAT I.INK Far A. TaauaporWli.m of OimhI* I*mini HiiUiJrl|iliu and Pltt.lnirz. flBfr v-TflfrP TKa ptotanipat IB lr.ii.i~.iUli.ni ./ful. I.. Wr.tiru Mrr oiaiMi wt miliar a>l>aati(r?. Tim kimmU Wiiu; rait-fully i-a.'kol Mi Ml at our WWrliouta. No. V.S M*jWat ?trprt, arc rarnrd ? ? lha < ?l.?il?? awl l\>rtn*r Ktilwnvi without trail hipBMBt. Carrftil captain* mil .'raw. tit .m|J;>ypd, wli.> Hi.tImtV* of tin. garni.. t( P1.ila?|pl| kia, ami mntiniM. Willi ll.rui lit Maura ruata, ill." aT.iiilinx >lrla>a ami thr liaUilily of luta bainc a. pa rait d ou tlia way. .N. II.?Paamugara forward*.! to ritt.Uini a?>l I'oit.tillc. atari Jay, Smmlaya cic*i>l?d. H. STORKS. Ayi-ot, all Ha * 7 Waahuartoti .tn?t, h a ilk oa i > notk 'k. MARKF.T AND FREIGHT I.INK. .. Jifii mi maifl wp^bkttnswiok an ii ni:r< mtk. 'PHI NRW JKH8EY Railroad aud Tnuu|iortAtiou < '0111* * V&f hn*n seuddiaiwd a Knight Line bttweeu NraHjJJtlA and Now York, which thay intend to run |*erui?* Lnati^i lf*w Brnaawick at 5 A. M. daily. (Hna<Uv? eii Um foot af Liberty street, Nrw York, at J T. M. dealer*^aud ioerehnnt< the above lino i.? ii*ry de .... .... r,,,,, vwnp rmirryjinrr i?i nirrrnniuiMr m hi, ami more particularly to Dn?*rri ami l>aa)er? ia Lite Hfcrefc, who rail haw 150 hraifof rattle conveyr4 .N ew Drutuviick ami New York, the fame day wheaavsr r*|nire4. T%m f?r tiie trmnn|*ortation of rattle, koriei, mole#, heap, haf, Itr. ami all other kind* of nter>*Uaii?IU* are very Ut. We tar ttctfliiic ateainl>oat price*. IfcnbiaiKar aent by this liar it aot siihiret In any eitrt i+mm m -m tha North Hiter. TV C?aru; h.to Itatrit ap a large <tor atoms# at Ntw B.aatWiek. adtotamg lha llailr.pl Depot, wiiieli will always ba atpta hi lha rwcrptH* of uerrnwlitej toaaapaai pwrrhaaiag ftteir ark** at the ticket oOcaa, will teeater fctry Uaha? gratia. will 3ui* lIllKK'HT AND l'AMM AWK TO 1'iri'HBVM. Tha twopnetors "I BhuIkiti'? Tianannrtition Line to Titto bwag, (tea sotiea kr> the Mrrrhauts of New York, and all other yaawa ahipaiat to lie- Wrti, that flieir line ia now mania* ngJBBap O.-.-wla eowaifaeil In thrin (or aeirt to go in their N|<T*iII hi liitaiMrl with JratalrK. Owtan ar shippers of goo?l?. ileatmril for tlio Western who bate no af-ot or co?iNi*uce at Pittvhniv. will l*|e?M cowiiflpi the ir gnoila to William Hia<hain. I'ituhiiig, wbo will aSaaal la shipping all *ach eonaigiiiucutt withoat AM gavia tiioaU he marked iliatiakatly wn rarli iwrkagr lilkiaillN LINE. A far rates of freight, wliieh an- au I'W at any other line, aiiply " WM. TYSON, Ageui, No. i Writ atreet, op|aiaite Pier No. t, N. It. N. B. Pwwe njf**r? forwarded to Pitt?l*iry and Potuvillr .rfcry .Lip anuiawa a??.. H*f*r to R. afcih.k*. Amcrir?n For f'n, ; H. T. Niroll FrowtRJf* P'Hlff Si (!?,, Fulton *uret ; HnyiUir *mr * Co ; WM. FUnk m, Dvrf^f k. Co, Newark. not 3m ^.aT T. POWKLL iV co.'rt LINK. /OL jih'j newbuhoh i?mm* xi r.m.nwf HT POINT AND < Ol.l) HUE- SrHINO.-Th. ..r.rnl. ,1 IIIOIILANOr.it, f Bp (a ib Robert Warilroti, will Icarr the foot of Warren <trrct, N#W Torfc, ?>" Monday, Thurwlav atxl BanirtUv tftt-niooiM at 4 o'clock. Rrtumiujr. "it Highlander will It-arc Nnihnrvh cfcrr Moodav morning at ti o'clock, mi..I Tn?*cda> ami Friday a.'itraoon at} o'clock. For' rrwivftf or pnaotae, applr to the rapu'n on board. N. B.?All bavvara au<l In ialit of rVvrv d?*?cri|?tion. bank I.NIa or aw cie, |?r on board tln? Iwat, inn t be at the riak of the owner* thereof, anlcM a trail of lading or retei| t it riifn. 4 Tor iht i woa, mt5 0 faitM mi E NE" POMKKOY C O.'S ALDANT, BUFFALO AND CHIOAOO EXPRESS. lUilreatla to ud I Van AI ban t and Halfala. ud the ruierne tilt* place*, for FOUWAHDIN'O, at low rate., with the ?t uo.L.peed, regularitr ud aafrtr, ufcoice Oouda. hwuit, Vuk Note*, Important Paper, and Y'alnabl* Teakac**?Will allaud to tlie negotiation, traiiafcr, aollacliou or pay maul if Bill* ol r.iiAaug*. Net.., Uialla, Acceptance*, Account*. Itc-. at raaeoiiaWa per centage?eierate oijera I'oi the p low. 01 .ale of Mert'liamlien, Protfart* au<l Maunfarturu.l Article* of neery dc ecripliou, jier.oDallT, in ilia Mwim oa tiieii mete, through Menace. HARNDKN k CO'H EXPRESS to Nrw York and lio.tan,and Me ?*re. HAWLET k (O.'S EX TRESS to aud from Buffalo to Cleveland, Danoit and Cbuafo urnl intcnaadiata places?(oruiiof ?( onte the ui??t direc t speedf and |Mrrfeet vomiunnicalioo lo tod fr>.uj the pw'tu Mid wt*c*ru yiliee, for thr arfotutiou aud tr.?ii?*<ti >u ol'all mercantile and prefe^ine*! bn?iufiM, remittance*, ex< liaiiy** &r fUffWncw?K.raeln* Corning, Hidum W. Olrott. Walt* Sheruiau, A. 1). PaUdiin, No*L l.nt, Juum Taylor, 7i?#o<iofe CM?*Ott, Alh.tnr. Ageuriea?Dennett, Harlini It lUwlsr I'tiaa ; T. A. Stuith, Hvramae ; A. 41. tiiuith, Aabiini ; J. F\r*?, Oeueva ; J.O. Shepherd. t.'auaudaisaa ; David Hojrl, Rochester ; Jolio MeKrtikiur, Lock port ; J. A. Claik, Baiavia ; Tli onia* D10**0111, Bu ff*U. POM la IK) Y A <0\ No. 5 Kirl?anf* Building", Albany, all 1 Will stiirt, Nvw York. FARE AltU FiiEIGin REDUC?D. m* m BoSroxTii* STONIN'iifcTn AND NkiW I'OR T, compo<ted of dm following euperior ?taamer?, running is loanro- j tiou with ih? Slouiuglon aud Providence, and Uo*ton aud Pro- < videuee Riilr(?uU? M ARUAC UrSRTT*. Captain Comrtock. ItllODK INLAND. < anuria Thayer. NARKACiANSKTT, <\ptain Woohcy. MOIIKUAN. Capuiu Vauderbilc. On* of which will leave New York daily, (Sunday* ei? rentcd) from Pier No. 1, North Hirer, Battery Place, at lire o'clock, P. M. Fare to Bo*tou, $3 09 Deck ptaaagc, $2 L't do. Piovidenoe, 2 Gti do. da. 1 6(1 AniinnKUriT. Tl.c N A R R AO AN MKT, ou Monday*. Wedneadaye, *"d Friday*. for Stoniugton. Thf MASHAI'HUHIITTS, on Tneadny?, Thursday*, and Saturday*, for Atoniugiou. Paneeuger* ? a the arrival of the >ue*ineni at Stouingtou, uoay take the Railroad C*ra mad proceed immediately lo Provide uce and Bottnu .and for the arcomaiodmtiou of travelling bctweeu New York and Newport, rh* eteAinhoat train* will atop at Wiekford long euough to lean and rec eive pa*M-uger#. Freight taken at the following mnoh rednrcd ratee To Bnaton, ou go ?da weiguiiis lorljr pouucU or upward* to the rnbic foor, at ?> 50 per ton, and ou nirxciireiucut go ode 7 cent* per foot. To Providence, on mcaaureinout gootU ceuU j?er cnbic foot, and apetilic article* a* per tarif to he obt*in*J at office TJ Broadway. ?n.il dm MAIL LINE TO IK>^TDN,\ iA NWWIOTT AND WOKCESTKH MAILItOAl). laara arary Monday, VVaducaday, and Friday aftarunou, at ft?a o'clock, from Exit Kircr Steamboat Clara, font of Bi akman atraat. Tha airanihnat WORCESTER, Capt. foil, will laarr arc, ij Tuaadav, Thnraday, and Saturday altrrrn on, at J o'clockIrani piar No. 1, N. R., Battarr I'laea. Fraiahl takcu to tba abort plara*. No tarry charfa of cam on tliia rnntr. Tickata can l>' olilaiaad anil bortha tocurad at ADAMS k CD'S Expram Office, alMr No. 7 Wall atrart. uiM'oriFrToN I.IM: FOK AI.UANV. FARE REDUCED!! Pnunxr Ona Dollar. NO f 11 ARISE FOR BERTHS. jjji Tha coimnoiliona Sraainboat WASH1NOCaptain J. M. Brown, will laara from liia foat of Warren atrial Tueaday afternoon, 700X11 April, at 0 o'clock. Regular ilaya of laating Naw York?Tnaailny, Thnraday, aud Saturday. Alaany?Monday, Wadncaday, and Friday, at 1 o'clock, P. M., lauding aaah way at tin foot of IlaiumouJ atraat. Nawkurgh, Ponghkaapaia, Cattakill and lludaon. Light freight takaa at radnaad pdaaa. For paaaagae or freight, apply on board. All kiaorof pro|>arty takau ouljr at the riak of tha owuora tliaraof. oil lui?r Tare reduced to ?w "cents'. ~ STATEN IS LA N1) FEU K V. Foot of Whitehall Hiavat. will rtin 11 fnilow., until further notir. Lr.tr, Rt.tru IiUnd L.atm Nrw York. At 7^ eVIuck a. m. At * o'clock a. m. " II " " " 1# " u ! m .. ,, .. .. " IK " ? M. " ? " r. a. .. , .. .. .. 3 j* : :: :: N. D. All I'ooda ibipjt#d ar?- required to b? particularly marked. au' 1 jivm thu n*k t''i on Mera thcraof. Mil PEOPLE*? LINE FOR ALBANY, s/7\ And intermediate places, from the Pier foot of f oilrtUu.lt street?Fare TT~ The NOHT1I AMERiri, Cat*?in W. H. Tiuesdell, I en en as aliore ou Tueiihy, Thuisday mid 3alur?tu v afteruoous, at 5 o'clock. For iiassa^e or freigkr, apply on board, or to P. C. BCIIULTZ, At th- office ou th* wharf. N. B.?All kinds of property lakeu oidy at the risk of* th? ow uer? thereof*. rnlfr STATEN ISLAND FKR1KY. .Wl jgr\ FARE UKUUC'EU. ?W? w The strum boat WAVE will on aud after " r **"i- April, ruu us follows Leave Statrti Lluud at 7}i and 9 o'clock, A. M., 123a ?nd 4}m P. M. Leave New York. Pier No. 1. North River, at 8 una I0!< o'clock, A. M. ; S and j o'cloub, P. M? uutil furlhvr notice. Fare CliceDt*. N. B.?V reiglit* of all kinds will Ik reduced in proportion to the passage. ^ ^ ajyjft*c^ FOR NEW ORLLANS'?Loui?iana and_N?w nTTT*- *<>'* Cine?H irst iteyMlar Packet?Tositl j7**li'rM^? tli iust.?The fast sailing packet slop 1IUNTSSV IfTTTrTTfMuuiford, will |HMitiv?lf H-.il a* ubov* her regitUr4if? For freight or |iaM.i2P, having handsome famUlo-d accouuno* iUtious, apply <>u boa id at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to K. K. COLLINS it CO. South At. Great care will be takeu to bat* the gnotL by this line correctly measured. A g e u Ls ill New Orleans, TV ii 111-it St Woodruff, who will promptly forward all yo.xls to their adiLeot. The packet sliio Oeiinilgee, Capt. lYrf, will succeed the H-iutsviJIe nud sail 1Mb iust., her regular day. ui2 AJ&t Ko|< LIVERPOOL N'? LinT?IL-vnUi Packet Vvf2WrVo1 ?The splendid parl.i ?lup 811KU1 DAN, >*iMi?sCaprain P. A. De|*-yster, of 1000 ton*, will sail as above. her regular day. Por freight <u passage, having accommodations unequalled for aplendor or Comlorl, apply ou board, at Orleans whail', foot of Wall street, or to K. K. COLLINS It CO., 96South afreet, i Price of passage $1U0. The |wicket snip (lAUHICK, (Captain W. Skidd v, of Kkhi tons, will succeed the Sheiidaii, and sail ?>th Junc.lu r regular Passengers iniy rely ii]H>u the ?hi|>* of this line .sailing punctual I) M ulvertised. ati KOIl LfVR K POOL?New Lin* Uvular Packet kyrJWWof 2'rtl1 May?The splendid nac'rfet ?hip KIIKKIDAN, j^ytua(':.p(. F. A. L)c|iryster, of lOOO lous, will sail as above h?r regular day. The freight or |wu?oge, taring aecommiMlntious an*.|iull'd for sindor or comfort, apply on Uiaid at Orleans wharf, fo?K of Wall street, or to K. K. COLLINS 8c < O. 66 South aticd. Price of ia.i?aj;i( fclUU. The |?uik? t ship Oarrick, C u*. Win. teLnhly, of looo tous, uill succeed the Sheridan, and *ai! tlir 2jth June, her regular dat. Pa*4? ii?fr* msv rely ?>u the ship* of this line sailing punctually si advertised. ui'J K(lH 8ALK J'l- '?i* - stiffip \ capered umI KWSVPol,l,fr fastened ship VKNM ' kl, hiiilIn s 'j'Ji lot*, ur aipMpfsihiMir 7U4M) barrel*. This ship was built in Philadelphia, iu IIIIJ, In the uiiMit faithful luaunsr, wu-* Halted <?u t!ie stock*, and coppered witliheavy Copper, on which she has iu<t performed a vuya?e to 1'hia.i and luck?Is well calculated furs r'.uropean p?i?k?t, or lor the India trmlr?||j< f'nll inventory, and now ready to receive a canto. In now offered lor sale to close a concern. Lies at pier 6, North Hirer. For terms, apply to BO\ D Jk IIINCKEM, t!i _ Brokers, 9 Tontine Holding*I SAO I KREOTYPK APPAHATi s. k. A A KTAI LT * * k. I'O.", latrlv 10 ll oml street, and bow liiUh, Fulton street, op|HMite JVt. Paul a Church, have received by packet ship Albany, and offer for sale at low price? 26 romplet- Daguerreotype Aptwranis, new patera itUM French PI ?|e*, large si/.e JO Acrnmatic Lenaes, made at Paris, by Alplione, Oi100 bnlth % llyiHMiilphite of Soda Also, Tri|?oliof Venise, Iodine, I 'house of Iodine, C. routine, I routine of Iodine, Chlorine of < told, an I tin- new aoceleratin/ sulrttince. Mr. K. A. ArtsiiIt k. Co. t ike* this opportunit? to inform their friends and eiislomrrs, that they liave ^ removed llieir ?*tabli*huieut frotu !U Broad street to IhSfa Fulton street, wear Btoadway, opposite St. Paul** churr^L In* /CORPORATION NOTICE.?Public notice is hereby given " ' that a tale of pro|wrty for tiri|?id tales will lake place at pnhlic auction at the Cltf Hall of the city of New kork.ou I'uetday, the 'Jftlh day of Juur uett, at 12 o'clock. ooou, and be continued from ilty to da\ until U?l wlmil or the *ai?l property Hall he Slid that the detailed OUtrtiu ut of the tat<M anil l*n>l'rdy to Ih- ?old i? | nkrliM tu the Ni-w Kr?, ? ica^uiri printed ami pu'jli?ht-i) ia the citj of N? w \ <>rV. ALKKFJ) A. SMITH. Comptroller. Comptroller'* OW.h a mi ./ lawliwtttjyr WrKRirs IMPROVED RUNNERS at ~?vrnt>-ffv# per rent. ! *? than In retolore. The mal>* riber ha* now haud ml a?4nrtn?eut of the imported Burner*, winch lie Ihiw oflrm at tlir above reduced pricta*. A liurrtl iliftrnnut allowed all dealer*. Bc?t quality of tni|>hine at 50 rent* per gallon. I Oa* 75 cent*. Call ami eiamine for > ourarlvea at No. Ill Grand atreet, out door I. ?iu Bioet.war. m?? JAMM HIND*. ^C AR Kind* of Camf* altered, hmuf.cd, gilt and repaired at the abort*rt notiee on vruaaaldi term* aj|7 1m ra Tacoith i-;xi'in;s<, 4 OR VIONTRKAL? rut?WHITEHALL, BL'RLINO TON AND INTERMEDIATE 11.ACES, ii. uv:.....r V "'"ARCTIOJI wi rir MU uroM k , 0-'H EXPRESS TO ALBANY if. JAI UBS hmiiii Aout|>lriril hi. arrjnj.m.Mt. ia w? TO /''i*?'""' M>'Oiirw?nl Willi III. utia.wt .|*ot, EzZitfazwssas sss.^ MdMtrraJ />u III" I'lniu fviv Wvnilnv--thin any -I", frriilil rtrnrdnn l?t* ' Ilinid. u ft Co.'i (ilBff. J Wall Irrrl *1 nr lirlVwc ( oVliwl. r. M.on Tmaliv, will ilfliffr . ,1 in Montr**l, on rrfatir. A M. Piriu u'^r utti-ulKXi fo rolkrtiii4?M tlraA* bilU nnbn, lu\ fc". Abo, *?v UiiiraM rntrii<%i?-?l to .ifTlW *7 % W YO NEW YORK, TUESDAY lCngllalk AdvertlMinriit. N OTI C E TO R AI L W A Y TRAVELLERS. ANDERTON'S HOTEL, No. 1G4 KI.KKT^TKKKT, LONDON. William Hurtling, Proprietor, Rutaru* Kit thanks to the profe** iota! nml Cuuinuroiol tfeutl#ate u, aU?J the pnblic lV?r the lib" rat support he ttM received since occupying the above utuie I lintel, dial hope* bp nununiting attruti'u to nlftjii the paiimmg.' hitherto so geuerouslr afforded. W. 11. Mftiirr* hit patron* that uo endeavor* shall be spared to promote their ioiafurt, ami flatters himself that few cau compete with him as far a* regards Wiues and Viand* it being his ambition to |?r mire the choice*! for the approval of hit supporter*, and rourltiutiiltf business < u the ruo?t HWfJ l|lteM TW daily btll of fare, ooul-titiing the tnMMfwivtf oonlwod with luxjiMliM of pmn, cumh>i fail givift* gansral >etufaeii >u. Breakfcsft (pl*in I Is ftj each; bulging* 10* thl pes week. Public Meetiug and Committee Kootae. til 111? VIBLOm l>a. LARDNKirs LECTINIKS. rfMIK Public ate respectfully informed that Dr. Lerdtter will A deliver a Miifti of In* imi?lrmlioti4 ?>l th* Modem I>i*cor?ii?s in the Astronomical *mi Physical Sciences, md tUeii ai>plicslion to the art* of life, in Niblo** S.?lo??n. Tha ft ill be cuiiiu"or??(| on th? rvruinj *f MomUy, t)*?? id ol' M?t, sod will I* continued four evening* in etch we-k. Rich f?r?iua 4 oiiltminuicut will sreuiiy from two to thie* hours. Kerb discourse will consist of a impels/ notice ofaosil disruvrrjf llnilint tlie sdviui'siuful nf wisims or sit, taiei perswl oct-ftrtioDiflr with p*i*oual narrative* of iuvsotors sad dWovarera. A l?rgs cftlleetion of spleudil drawings ami trmu uarsucias luw boon formed, by which theno discos mm will bo i line (rated SYNOPSIS Ob' THE PRINCIPAL St'BJF.rTS OV THK LKCTlRri*. I. ASTRONOMY. The Hojmr Systrin. Ducoveria* of Kepler aud .Newton?Planetary Motions? Dwtance#?Magnitudes?how determined?Order of Planetary DtftUDCri?Discovery ol the New Planets?-Their probable origin ? Fragment.* of broken Planet. Illustrated by a TntiHparency of the Solar System and by other drawing*. Are ths I'tsusU inhabited I Hiymeal characters of the Planets? Days md Nights?Alnioaphtreft?Twiliftbl?Hftcaons?Tel^copie (>b*siv.tiioii*? Mercury. Venns and Mars. Illustrated by Telescopic Drawings of the Plau-t*? MercurVj Venus ??<l Man. 1 he Snj>erior I'laneM. Illustrated hv tlie f? llowiug lsive Telescopic Trau-?|?arencie?: a Trleacopic Represent *liou of the 1'laaei Jio.k-r with Ins Satellites. And a telesconie rftpreaantation of th<- Planet Saturn with his rings .iud Satellites. 'J'liew- tiaii?imenei?* which are made npou a scale to till the nr*a of the theatre, hare been copied from original drawings in ids by Sir John flrrschel for Dt. Ltrd irr. THE MOON. It. magnitude?di.taua*?.iirthcr?mmmuiiia?volcano..? lid. it all atnioapliere f or a-a. .'?or water??j. ii inhabited?? iio?. it affect thr weather)?it Iniury a correct term??Jo mo leoric atonea proceed from it ? llluetraleiJ by two trans-iareiit Trlmu-opic* Drawing. of lb. Moon?Lkrui from lb. maguiiienil tn.yi of the Moon, by the l*ru?.i.u A.trououiers, ti*r, .ml MadIrr, .bowiuit lb. mountain., fuhanne., *11,1 otii.r appearance, due,'fried on oin .dirHite. Till. tetim.eut.liou uocupiiM . apace of abore .illy ?<iu..ir f.'t. THE HUN. In. magnitude and diatauce?it. phy.iual cou.titntoiu?it. H?>U ?u.lur. of it. auiftrr. To be illualrated by a Tran?|iaieat Teleacopic R-preirntitiou of the Sim. on a .iirfare of above aixty aipiarr fret, with the Molar .pota taken from drawing. by 11.rschel, Wil.oii nod other obaerfrm. THE COMETS. Their orbit*?-diaianer*??number -phr.ienl conxittttion RuoHe'a?Biela'.?tlia hualiiv e>f th? Molar Sy.tein. HALLEY'S CpMET. Narratiee of ita original diaoorery?it? predicted retnrn ia 17JJ, ?labor, of Cl.irault, l.alande and Madame L.pantf"? it. ratarn in 1*11. THK KURD STARS. Their mignitudr?di.lauee*?brightneaa?tboir analogy to tbn iu?dou hi. .t.ra?eolored >lara?temporary atar.? 4>rriodiral atar*. K'LUSTERS AND NEBUJi, 11 In.t rated by a tran. parent teleacopie diorama ol* the tirmauieut?.luiwiug the pUuel. and .atellile.; the awl reinaikablr CiHiieU, from ilrawiui;. made hv aeveral eminent aatronoiiiera; the double and binary and eolored .tar., taken from lie- ob.erratiou. and catalogue* of Mir Win. and John Harsrhell, aud til. I.?.. Mr,lift.- It.. Hl.ll.r f'ln.trr. .lid V,l.,.l... taken from telateopit' drawing! b> H'rtrhrll, South, Meatier, and other obaerTara. Thin aiti'mira raprearntatiou of ilia llcivw u HU through a powerful Heflerting Telescope, nover* aa extant of about thrae thousand winara fact ol" canThe Armament will be prraentad aa It would ha seen by au barracr plarad outbe eutatiir of the earth, looking toward* Ilia anal, tha riew liaaitaj about tort7 degrees oa aatb aid# of tlx aalaatial equator. Tha object* will ba aliowa riaiag eueceaeiyeIy, until tha wlola ciiesinfrra uce of tha kaaaaat *bail Uaaa baa a exhibited. II. METE OK OLQGY. WATER 8 P O U T 8. Node# of aome of tha moat remarkable phenomena?theories pro|>oeed to explain tham. Tliia part will ba illuitralad br two dinramie representations of watar iivuu, aam by Captain Bseahey in hia voyage to Bali/ing'a Straits in Ugo. The Aurora Borealis. Notice of tome of the kp*t rainarkahla of theae phenomenon* ?theories proposed for thair explanation. Tbia part will ba ilhtat rated by two diora.aic representations of rainarkahla Aurora*, aaan at Uoesekop ia West Kiamark, in ltW - taken fiom original drawing* ni?d? by tha obaereer Liaut. Lottin. ' THUNDER AND LIGHTNING. Aaatyai* of these |>bpuo:nan? and thair rauaca?dots lightning ogrnr without thuoderl?or thnudar without lightning r^-M|j. *t lightning?forked lightning?-bill lightning?heat lightning? causes of tha rolling of thiiud-r. THUNDER. CKNF.n*-t}} l'HYHTCS. THE EYE. It* ?trucliirr and function*?trod.-rn discoveries rfi<|ireHqg light ?ita motions?its pulsations?physical ran**- of , eolora?1 ibralion* of tin* rarina?iiow countarl, THE EAR. It* sfuctare and fnuatiooa, uiodara disCOTcrire, rr*|ieflira aouud ?ita motion?pulsation*?harmony?erbo?iu*[i it wesil lor couuliiig the f ibrV.ions of aound. THE AIR. Ik mechanical and physical uaaa?elfecU oa light?on son ml? ou hast?sad 011 daw. THE EARTH. lb magnitude?weight, density, form, ita motion*, and distance from tli ?iiu. POPULAR FALLACIES. Kallaay of tha sriuer?MfPMiy to br r-onnerted l?y thrir judg* man:?fallacies of vision?of touch?of heating ?tutr?;nu lluig. IV. TUK .JUTS. THE POWER OF STEAM. The pliysiil jilieu in which steam power originates? ei?|Hiiat|ou?liaat absorbed and power rnvrloped in it?ita uniyrrmal effect*?-uiirst attruipta I.. *...,R ..r-.n.-.IK tin* Tilfc" s'rKAM V;NUIST.. " To be illustrated by a braw nwiLiua model of a low pro*..lire condensing ateaui euginc, a? used in the arts and manufacturer ? showing the cylinder, air pump, roudriuer ami itfhrrpump*? the rTenil rvirtfl'i operation. '<{ 1?A didactic #ection d model of the unnr machine iurciitud by Dr. Lardner, l*or public lecture#?-elm wiug ail die iuitmal l?rlw>l ihr UMcbiti" moviu,; and wmkiu{ they ilo in the real Engine. Tliir modal will be krpl in motion by lira Working Uiod,,' TI1E ST FA M NAVIES UNITED STATES"ANIT'OHEAT BRITAIN. TO Ilk ILLtlTHApD Ml A model of the machinery of the L ulled State# Htuon friaata Mi*?ouri, urrparcd f??r tlj-#e Lecturer according to llie method of Dr. i?ardurr'? didactic models, be Cdiarle# CopuUuid, E?q, Engineer of the United State# f J ifernnirnt. A model of the machinery of tlx I niled States strain frigate in preparation, under (lie ru|m-iintriidenre of <Stockton? constructed for the** Lectures, undai the dnecliou of C aptain# Stockton and Kricaoii. A model of the sub-raucous profiler, intruded to be applied by Captain Ericao ? tc tin# frigate. A if? del of lire fair* maehitiery of the United State* frigate Mi##u?ippi, pre|Mired by Mr. Co|M*!ai?d, United State# Engineer. A model of tire *wl>-H.pieoua prop llcr indented bjr C. M. Keller, E*u\ Eiaiuiuei u| faceiita, intend, dfo be applied to otic of the U. S. .train (Yigate* . AMERICAN AND nttlTlSI! RAILWAYS AND LOCO .MO 1 IVES. To be illustrated by *f model of lira American Loeoutotirc, Victoria, iuipoitej iu Euclaml for one ol tin* LLitiah railroads, Co in unci i'd according to Or. LardutV* no-tliod, uud.-i tire direction cd' Mr. Hodge, of New York, (author of the Treat mu t?u the Steam Engine, lardy nwMi?tied,) and Dr. Larduer. A didactic arrtiolial luodel of a iiritish LocouioliTe Elluill*. ill its Host approved form, at prcaent aork< d ou Englidi Hail Kxrd*?constiacted under lire direction of Air. 1 lodge and Dr. Lardoer. ; PERSONAL NOTICES OF DISCOVERERS AND INVENTOKS.

Lavoisier-?#tate of cliemiatry in 17^70?fjrat labor* of Lavoisier--liit incthod of iuve?tirf.tlioft?ln? gamut compared with thoae of Scliecle A Plirally?hi# groat discoveries?hi# |x)r?oual character?hi# death. Franklin?notice of hi# eleetiical discoveries?hia claim# m tlic discovery of the nature of lightning disputed by French ulnli^oidiere?hit right# vindicated. Walt?hi* early difficulties?hit methodof eiprriinenfil wire* bv a key?!ii? invculiori of the coud^iwinK Acaiu engine?hi* altimatr .mccffia. Davy?notice of lii a life, character id<I principal di*fof^riai ?hi* T?ait to Pari* during the war?1wa? If enritl *! t?* the intention of the naO-fr hm|if holtou?notice of hit lite and his invention of Attain navigation. . With a new of rendering their Icrtorii ca.-mI>* acccMaihlr to all prnuiiii who tun> d nire t ? attend them, tiie tertiM o|* admit intiwill If twenty-five cent*. Tiokrt-t for fh* cuurne ot" *tv lecture* at $1 each. Doom r?|?ea at 7. Lretnree commence at A o'clock. &?1 THE ANTI-ANGULAR SYSTEM OF WRITING. rPO tlio Resident* of New York auJ Brooklyn?Removal of ' Mr. BRIHTOW'S Writing Ac tdemy to No. TO Broadway, near Park I'lacv. ?u?l omi reilu* lion of hi* t?rni? ! KHOkl TWKLVE TO HVK DOLLARS! ! Mr. BHI S'l'OW, in rvt|*ecifully offering hia anrfice* to the public for thin ***? , i/int* that the very low Onus, %'t (that placing the utefulart witJiju tnr me ana of all) will indnrr era ry one and of aftrjr m*p, to acfuire an elegant and npleudtd hand writing. I* Twfltp Eaar Lttnoai ! The Eadie* meet daily from twelve to one?Tbajr are taught a ueu, rapid and delicate hand, agreeable to the fatlooii of the day. Alao, niugle entry Book-Keeping tmiht. The Oentlemen are taught with inlalliliTe certainty to write with despatch in a m*..terl> uiauner, nnitahle for keeping a act of flookn, or f<?e Mercantile corrcapuBtlrtice. Evening Claaiti from 7 to fl. N. B. Merchant* and Stratagem visiting tin- city can rempletea mm vac in three daya. afelm*r STRAW GOODS. 'P BF.NNF.TT. importer ai*d nmmifartnrer of Italian and 1 FiufH?h Straw G?kwU, rexiK-etfully inform* hi* cu*tmuer? lli.it he Km remofed hi* rilibliihxni nt from Willi.uu aud % I'i.tU, to ft John etreet, where h.- rontinnen to keep a aplendid and etten?ife a**ortinf iit of tarhea' fWliinimblr Straw (#.*><1*, If'irii. It and Knulnh l)nri?tahl*?, Italian Katlands, Am* Tntcan, kaney BheHwork*. Prittcr Albert Straw*. If. Ike. Aim, an entirely naif article, the White Siberian Hair Bonnet for th^*nminer?it mrpa***-* all the atyle* a* yrt introduced, If im; extremely lijtht. beautiful, white and durable, mat lun m _ ,<?EQB?E E&MENDORF, ~ I.A.TK- rtK TIIK HUM OK K.I. MEN DORK lc LORD. HAS r.rtviT..I fnim n>. A.P.r ll.itMr to ill.- , >tal>lr*hn>inl <if J. O. W'j-man. Mm.Ihi.i Tnlnr. 2.0 Broadway, wh<rri' ha "HI Iw hapfry to wait <>n hit old trhnd, and patron*, CM Im't R KB MORNING, MAY 3, 1812 Tlir Mt(?m Krl^atra?Jtr. Ntertm' ??utem. plntvil new Steam hUli?-ofrW?r' We give the following, from a scientific corrcajKiadent, for whut it i* wi>rth. At theaanie time we uro perfectly ready to giro nu eiuwer lo it from die "other Hide of tho houao" na> noon an one reaches 111):? A Review, toiuhing flit no turn of ,U Hubert I*. St event' yi iwiitril In*i SimilarJm Harbor lltjiioe, tin-1 fiinc other Ihiiii;i ui if'ution In the It'll lleiiirtmrnt. t if we American* are distin?m.-lied for any one thing above another, n in lor the love of experiment*. And, 1 donht if another country can lie found which htt4 suffered or paid more dearly for them than we have.. An 1 understand Mr. Steven*' plan, it into build a boat formed of boiler sheet iron, four tliickneMa a in depth, and strongly secured, which, he alleges, hav been proven by ei|>erimenl* made before Ins two brothers and aome government ollieera, (he haa not told ua whom) wuh found lo reniat the fores of a caniiiiu ball, ait:I even one of Iuh own shell*. Although tut:.i.ii * uv,v i. .-? .... huiiiiiu u nek iiuti ?i uiiny-iwo pound liiill, iit jioinl t'Liit- shot, i* capable of penetrating a solid picoe dI' oak tinil)'T lour feet in thickness. Now, it doe* not require much rejection to perceive, that no fur ah the government in concerned, tlir project mum. as lias happened in some other notu lilo cases, prove a fry unprofitable cx[ierinieiit, if ant a niiw'raolc failure. Hat, uu far as Mr. Stevens' interest is involved, it will hkelv prove u better job than cither horse racing, or railroad, or sleuinlkiul H|>ecillations, who It have lor sonictiuie hoeii at u heavy discount This idea of an iron bomb proof boat does not, however, serin to have originated with Mr. Stevens, tit least probably tiltv men lias heard (ail. Homford, ot the (>rdiianee ?tiling dilate oil the Maine plan as his own, and as he has lor many years had the control of tilv t department, and has often involved n anil the Government in expensive and visionary schemes ?either to promote the interest o| favorites, or to have Ilia own notions carried out in the name of another, and as Mr. Stevens and himself, us lie say*, were boys together, it has so hup|N'iied; Mr. S. and brothers have never, as we know of, tailed in netting any favor the Colonel could bestow or aid them to. i It may he possible, Mr. Stevens may have added 1 something to the details of the plan, hut we have reason to believe lie has merely with some other additions and suggestions, agreed to father wlint the other conceived, in order to have the ^20tl,(NX) appropriated, to enable bun to have u boat built, as it . would nut be competent tor the colonel oi ordnance, to upply in his own name for acoiitruet for itch n purpose. l,et us examine the boat Mr. Stevena briefly describes in his letter to Government, tr<?n the general and vague terms of which we are loft to inter. that. he himself, had not fully arranged his plan in hie own mind. He says lie will make hie boat of sheet boiler iron. If no, how thick doea he intend to have each of the four plutes, he is *? fasten together! To answer his purpose, they cannot, we suppose, be less than quarter of Hit inch each. Thin would give the whole ? thickm-as ot exactly one inch. We do not sav, that even this tliickucw would actually either "he homb or hall proof, hut lea* thou this t hick new, would not probably even satisfy Mr. Steven*, for an rogue is Ins description, that much has to be left to uncertain conjecture. Admit the four sheets to be in the whole one inch thick, and euch square inch in surface will form a cubic inch, and one square loot, one hundred and forty-four cubic inches. A cubic inch of solid iron Weiglui 0.281 lbs. A cubic foot weighs 286.8 pounds. A square foot of these four [dates, therefore, will weigh about 40 Ilia.; it is over that, but for the mike of following our calculation hi round numbers, we will cnll it 40 lbs. Now let us see what weight an entire bout so built will amount to ; in order to do which, we must fix upon her dimensions. Here uguin Mr. Stevens has left us entirely in the dark; but, if she is to be sufficiently large, to have engines of probably not less than 800 or 400 horee power, to drive her submarine screw, itself an unconcluded experiment, and to contain 100 men, as he says is the " few required" ro manage her: and she cunnot be less than 175 feet long, 40 to 41 feet beam, and 20 t* 25 feet hold, of from 1200 ty 1500 tons; or, if you please one half, or one fourth the size, yet our calculation would answer as a kind of standard for euch. And in the estimate we shall make of her Weight, we must also sunwise her deck must also he of four sheets of the same thickness of boiler iron, ww ahcli iullm# uu urck, would t>tl>i>rwis?', tuuitile through; and that, in tact the whole concern, sides, bottom, stem, stern, uud deck, we will sujipose to be ol equal thickness, uud an we are wholly unacquainted with the curves Mr. Stevens is to give Ins vessel, we will tor the sake of easier calculations, cast the bout into a regular parrulelagraiii of 55 feet long, 25 feet hold, und ?) fefct beam, and take lone-fourth for curves; we shall then have in our figure a puma tela grunt of 132 1-2 Jour, 193-1 hold, uhd 30 leet beam. The two sides of this vessel will contain about 5,390 square feet. The ends would contain about llbo square feet, and the deck and bottom about 3,967 1-2 square feet, or a total of square feet for all sides of the vessel of 10,512 1-2 square feet, some traction* more or less, deeming it Unnecessary for our purpose at present to he more exact. Now if we, in round uumbcrs, estimate each square loot of this inch thick musw to weigh at least 3) pounds, v. e shall lind a total Weight of his Vessel to be ?qnal to -t il ,700 pounds, or about 210.650 tons, to which would have to be added the weight of engines, imixhnii gun. and Mr. Stevens's shells, Arc., an aggregate weight that would sink this iron box, or bomb proof boat to the bottom uuickcr thun one of llis own shells would dosct ml. Mr. .M. may say he intends to distribute hi* material in such a way, thai it shall only have one inch iron interposed lit tjie most exposed points. such as the (mw ami sides, above the water line, leasing her stern, like the lleels of Achilles, the only pall vulnerable. |(ut With such an immense mw d iron for In-r dock, J.. I ... ...r tlii w ,V|V Hint 111111 1II it I. .Ill V..I...I sort <>}" a top heavy concern would she he ? |n ie-r atise she would he something like a vessel bottom upward; tlio lop strongest, and the bottom, which in till other s;ises i- m ade strongest, in this instance In comes by Ur the weakest. And suppose Air. .Stevens 'osail down the buy of New York with his iron box free from " barnacles" and port windows, to til -i t h i English frigate,also mounted with pnixhnn guns and with she Us, whieh the Knglish are known to |Hisst-SN superior to Stevens's, ami which explode by contact at the moment of touch, while Stevens's vaunted shells com isl ol a lust* iua metullic tube, that is ignited ill passing out oi die cunoil, and tuny explode fteyoiid or short ol the object aimed at, mid is it mutter ol'culcuktlion, and is extinguished in the water. We believe Col. lUuuford and Mr. Stevens ex|w*ct ill Sltell ail encounter to rely i||mmi ii single I'at than gun, of large size, placed in the how of the vessel, and covered with a bomb prool shed. Now hs long as they can keep their boat's head to the enemy, and the other vessel would agree uot to change her position, so us to gain their weather side, limy might be able todo Some damage, provided the other vessel Was sure at every lire to receive a shell front them ; km > ????' iwn Knvlish strainer* to cnu.no* In r ni the sain* time, and win if one e ngaged h<r iii Iron! another worked round to her side or stem, anil gave her shells in her weakest points, and where no tneana existed of repelling the assault, how then is the to whip them both ? l>o not Col. H. nnd Mr. htevens know there is such a tiling ns " miwftf firimand that by this means a shell can be dropped almost perpendicularly on deck of a vessel, and hy exploding swe?p off men, arid often dismantle guns, or throw them from their carriages. (>r is his boat to he no'eontrived that neither hum or gun is to u|s pear above hu ls?x, and no window is to exist, except a hole to |<oke the tnttz/le of Ins gun out at 1? huppone his engine to gel out of order, or his gun to become unmanageable, how is he to retreat 1 like a rr.de stern I ore moat, or turn his vulnerable tail to tin* fire ot the enemy t Seriously, the more we consider this visionary scheme the more ludicrous it appear*. "Hut," says Col. Itomford, "in case our ho.it became disabled, w<: could run Iter into shallow water out of the reach of the enemy's lira." And then, we dare say, the enemy could |iencnbiy I proceed, as master of the channel, to accomplish Ins I purpose. I tot, even suppose Stevens' plan toja?ssess the merit he claims for it, could not the Knglish construct similar boats! How easy would it be, at one half the coal we should incur, in such an experiment, for them to have all the sheets of iron, Arc., prepared in hnxlund. ready to he put together, nntl sent to lienniida, or Canada, and there have it fitted up into n similar lamt; but, Knglarul is not likely fo act u;>on auch an absurdity. \V'c spent hi one imie a few millions on gun boats, of the naiure and tinefulness of which Mr. Stevens' host etrnnrly partakes. If we wish to net as men, let us of once build strong and efficient steam frigates, and boldly inert the enemy, like men, in broad sea room, and with brave sailors, and iiiy_ word 4'"r,1J?_wr "hall 11;?vi liiilliniK to '?' hs-Ii iineii "I- *"? in i? <|um thew piece nn'iil, exhn'iHin?# and Wiwtin^ ex|*riHtenta. The Fulion ha* proved n dead failure, but aorne vi"i?nary limn, ha* no doulit largely prolitted nl ill'1 cxp-nac of the |ieopfr, who ar< taxed to mpl>ly the money tlie e<><i of ihnt miserable boat, I w ith thr aKI.KXt dollar* ju.-i voted l?y Congrpfti, to IE R A j fSli'Vt'iw, would Ik- amply sufficient to liuild a sienm t frigate 01 the lirst class, and 111 every respect a* Urge 1 ana a* efficient an the Mississippi. and will any una I undertake to Bay the latter would not prove more I valuable to the Mrvice of the country than the Ful- I ton, and Stevens' houib-nroof boat, both combined ' It in aaid Dr. Lurdner lias expressed a favorable < opinion of Stevens' boat. If ao, bin opinion ia not | worth a atraw. He in known to be a tuoi-t visionary i man in practical mechanic*, aa hi* views, ho warm- i ly expressed against the practicability ol Atlantic 1 steam navigation, has proved. The learned Doctor proved to his own satisfaction that a steamer could not carry coal* sufficient to last Iter a voyn*e across the Atlantic, and afterwnrtls lived to cro** the Atlantic in a steamer to America, with Ins lady '' It IK lamentable that Congress should vote such large sums for useless experiments. In our next we thall have homothiin iiK>r?* to say on war men and war weapons. Yours respectfully, Scipto. Ashes of tire H?volution. To TIIK KdITOH ok Tlllt IlKltAl.Dt? Sin:? Can von oblige a subscriber by giving plac in your useful papsr to tlie enclosed memorial and eorres pondeuce. They relate in k recent movement in I our Slate Legislature, in* connected with some in- 1 teresting events of our If evolutionary history, and smti to exhibit ill a striking light the feelings of one of the few survivors of the "linn* thnt tried men'a bouln" when " those chords nre struck." Yours, iY'o.^ M. I " 7b the lloaomhL, thr Ia^is&m/i o/ the Stale af AVie Yonff * These presents respectfully represent:? Tliul n presentnieiit is now before your honorable body, for a law authorizing the removal of the bones of the revolutionary heroes who perished in dungeons and prison shi]>s in arid about the city of New 1 Vnrk, and which were thrown into heaps, at the W'nllabout, during the war of the Revolution. These bones are now collected and deposited in a ] vault prepared for the purfMise, and sacred In th- ir memory- This vault, and the premises on which it is built, (und also the bones interred therein,) are my sole property, by purchase from the corporation o! Brooklyn?the value having been sold by that body (to pay assewunents lor digging down and paving the adjacent streets,) to me, tor the sum of mil l- iiumiii-ii it1111 miii'iv-oue (Miliars?anil u lull title Riven to me by Heed Tor llie term of nine hundred and ninety-nine years. Since tins purchase I have made costly improvements, at my individual expense. I have caused new coffins to be prepared ?the lames to Is- overhauled and placed in them? and a suitable monument erected over them?and they now remain in respectable and quirt deposits, wefl guarded front intrusion and depredation, by cood locks, bolts, and burs?and in perfectly sale keeping. 1 have very recently paid another assessment of one hundred and fifty dollars, demanded of me by the said corporation for other city improvements in the vicinity, and am about making further additions to secure the safety of the holy deposits, lain now eighty years old. 1 have guarded theae sacred remains with a reverence which, |?'rhnps, at this day, all may not appreciate, nor feci, for more tltun thirty years. And 1 learn, with the most poignant grief, that Mr. I.ott, of your body, seeks to remove them to a public cenietry. Against such an, act 1 most earnestly protest. These hones are now in their right place, near the Wallahout and adjoining the navy yard. They are my property. I nave expanded more than nine hundred dollars in and about their protection ami preservation. I humbly contend that yon cannot impair these vested rights. If I mistake the matter in this respect, then 1 solemnly implore you not to take from me these cherished relics; I commend them to the care of the general government?1 bequeath them to my country. This concern is very sacred to tne?it lies nearest tny heart. Many years ure gone hv since I laid the foundation stone of this vault. Hut n few more days are left for tne, and I think I would rather, ut once, have this remnant of existence taken from me than to be controlled by any corporation qn earth, in regard to this sacred matter. 1 suffered with those whose hones I venerate?I fought beside them?I bled with them?I,would occupy a place with them in that tomb?I wish to sleep my last sleep beside them?I pray you let nte do so in peace. JBENJ. KOJIAINB. WM. A. MACI-AY, Esu.: IV.A* Snt:? 1 take the liberty of a constituent in addressing you upon a subject pending in the legislature, wilhbtit having n personal acquaintance. The |>o-cedtng memorial has reference to a matter presented by Mr. Lott,and is from my father. 1 do not know in WJIUI MiiijH- mr Minjrui comet? ucmrc you,l!ir IHHICt' taken of it in tli?- papers being ho brief as to give but little light ujion it. Supposing it however, io he an application to remove the bote's from their present renting place to the Greenwood cemetery, you perceive that my father moat solemnly protests against any interference with them, either by the Legislature or the Corporation of Brooklyn. In asking you to present this memorial, I have to request you to send me a eopy of the petition, and the bill, if one be reported, with information of its present stage of advancement, as it is the wish of my father llint i should repair to Albany in season to prevent, if possible, the passage of any bill affecting his rights. With respect, yours, truly, 15. 1'o.waink. New York, March 29th, 1812. Assembly C it am mat, ) Ai.iianv, March 31, 1812. J Uv.\n Sir :? I was unable, for want of time yesterday, to r< ply to yours of the 2!hh instant. The petition has been referred to a select committee, of which Mr. Loll is ebairni ill. lie has not yet made a report, and of eourac there is no bill lyet before as. lie stated to me, however, that when a committee of citizens waited upon Mr. M. Komainu, lie expressed bis unwillingness to yield these cherished remains to any other care than that of the (iraeral or State Government. I know nothing of this, but I do not believe that any hill could be pawed in the face of the remonstrance of your father. 1 railed lor the reading of it, and it made in its dimple statement of tacts, a manifest impression ontlie House. The memorial of the Mayor and ('omrnoii Council of Brooklyn is very voluminous. It is, however, chiefly historical, and the concluding sentence will given good idea of its prayer. ".Mr. Komaine consi tiering that this is a matter in which tlieconstited authorities of the State and Nation, ought to take tin* prominent part, declines surrendering these remains unless upon their call, lour memorialists cannot hat appreciate the just and nohle sentiments hy which lie is Reunited, und th-y therefore most eosoeetfiillv reouest that vour honorable botlv will IkiHH a law ?>r resolution iuK the delivery of the said remains to voiir ineniorialintMfor removal ami sepulture ; and that you will make a liberal appro)iriation for this purpose, ami lor that of erecting a mm able iiKinumetit, which,while it shall ilo honor to thcni, ahall a'so show a people's gratitude. Signed?N. H. Morse, C. I. Smith, 1. (?reenwood, John A. ('ro*, Samuel Smith, U. Lelh-rts. Yours, very trulv, Wii.lt. M i. uy. ToSa.MI.. It. 11OM a ink, KsiJ. Mobile. [f'orriMj'omlrnr^ of flw 1 l#*r !??. 1 .Moiai.i:, 'Jlib April, 1^12. Qtliun Votii/xtny, Mr*. Suit on, Siy. Mim'?I'titincmi?Mount, $ < . To TttK Editor or nit Hmaj.h, Sin, We have all heen in exjieetntinn o( feeing the Italian Company here, as many reports to that effect bail come on since the burning of the Sunt Charles's Theatre. I ton Marty, however, has taken hi* Troupe hack to the Havana, with the e*. eeption of Mrs. Sutton, wit<>"c engagement espired on the 21st instant, ami who reflated to return to the Havana, at this had season of the year. Signer Navel who has returned from the Havana, is now hen" with the above talented Indy, and they have bean literally turning the lo ads of our Mobile | |N'ople. At their first Concert which was crowded to suffocation, both Mrs. Sutton and the Signor took us by storm. Much as we have heard of this j lady, she truly surpasses every artist we have had here. The purity and the richness and the power of her voice is remarkable, ll is not surprising 'hat tlii* l.ulv has so inanv artirtieal enemies, herirrent talent* UK h *inger and piny?-r will always create jealousies HiiKMtRxi her interiors, wliwe envy will show itself hv their influence orcr inferior journals. She aeeonip.inied the 2*tgnor in all hi-* |iieces, th?* professor* here lieing unalilc to undertake it. W'e have several gentlemen h< rr who wiinriwd her playing at the Theatre* in ih<* Havana, and who describe | li?*r sueees* there as triumphant in the extreme. t ^mnor Nagel, whn'hitH sUCeeMMvely delighted the , llavaneiu- and New Orleans politic, ha*prodin eil a | Rrentren.-ation hereUy hi*line playing; his appear- |l - 11 jm jjr t\ La U Price If wo luiti. met* not only hIiowh Uie geiitlennin, hut the (trial, and Ilia performance confirm* the latter. W? i?yr never had any one here who could nppr.wnfc tint in the slittliteKt decree, hie tonea ere > avr*\, lia execution la <> dietinct and rapid, that ha (nay well lie anid lo exercise m fairy wand. Tl^ir sw;on<i (lonerrt look place leal evening, and wan, it loufcililo more crowded than tho farmer. The big nor 'played hm piece dedicated to the Americana iimidal Kie.il applunae, and >lfa. Stilton aai^ the l atitat lJivn. from Noiiiih, hi the luoat aplendtd manner, Min. Seyuiii utlrmpled it here, it waa well we heard her tirat, us it shewed to greater edvantage the lieailliful execution of Mra. Suttoa. Though Mad |o. Hum, niti is here, a great card for iix, "Hill the malinger ana actiiully obliged lo clawe liitt Theutrr the night of the first Concert, from there not being sufficient i-eraona to laduae una to phty ; lie hu? in eonneourrice prevented any more Concerts by engaging Mra. Sutton and ilia Signer to ja-rfoiin lit Hie 'I heutre, where tlmy commence on Fiit'sdny. To we the crowded room*, one would ticurcely believe that the times were bad; itahowc, however, that money run always he found when utiy tiling like the nrewnt cornea before u?. KlIxitiexH though elilI dull ia gradually getting better, and discount* getting lower. Tbeiuieaot l'ixohuiige on New < 'rleun* arc uiueh lower, aa wall lid oil .Sew York. Our Cotton prrnueb we not very uctive. _ ... The nlbur of Miae Ilnmbliu dill oecupiee tha pah lie mind, and haa checked much the Tbvutra-gwiag community ; many nay ahe ia dill uniotigat ua tii*gtiiaed. 'Hie probability of a wur is much ajieoulated oil, ittul by malty mod anxiously desired. 1 remain, Sir, your obedient, A Mounjtrii:. Cltnrleafoii, ?. f ( 01 rmpiaicleiu r rtflho Itomlil.] CiiAtir.KsToN, S. C., April 2f>, lff-12 The fr?,thcr? J'rorniowt?liiuniets?.Mailt?CWivney?Miui/tr?Mr. Calhoun. Mu. Hesskti': IhtAit Sir, The w eather ia now line?the thermometer ranging from *g) to 70 ill the day, with cool night*. Huai Utw tius In'.'ii very dull for the wprinj{, with price* ot provisions and almost every thing else down to nothing. Creen peas have become stale with sh? atrawhcrrics arc ulmoHt out of dale, and fine Urge blackberries may lie had for It cent* per quart. Kgga axe at 10 oentH per dozen; the heal ham* for (i 1-4 cents per III.; sugar at 5 loii cuius at retail (at auction 2 1-2 to 5;) choice claret wine at #2 [ay down, and prime sardines at 00 cents a case ! Tin am who have money consequently can live cheap; hut thsrs is nothing doing in the city to give employment ( lie few mechanics who arc It-re, and ninny arc leaving us probably for ever?nad the time has nearly arrived when all those who can afford it (and utaa who cannot) are turning their fuces toward your great city, to bask in your cool sltudes and riot in your luximc* till the cool acason returns to tw. The line ships will now go full of (pisscugcrt till the last of July, though not so many* probably will go north as in previous years?lacking the means. An effort is making to reduce the pussoge to New York by rail-roud, (which now exceeds ?40, whil# the best ships enrry and find nt 020.) How it will result is uncertain, hut until something is dona M i-llcct a grand union of all the rail-road and steassboat interests, ami a reduction of puiauge. the front thoroughfare will he upon old ocean. There msA lie n great blindness to their own interests, if thaas companies do not do something to secure the immense travel to the north ; their tariff of prices is so higii that none hut those who are couqielled by banner emergencies will go with tlietn. The present contractors for carrying the mail from this city to Wilmington arc about giving up their contract, or rather, it expires shortly, and they do not intend to renew. It is now hoped thatHamdsa may make some arrangement to take this branch of the mail service : but the state of the treasury is nth that it is probable no increase ou the pretest niggardly amount will be submitted to if it csn be kay done cheaper, t )nly $40,iNlU per annum is allowed for 131) miles conveyance on as bad, if not the worst piece of coast between you and us, wlicre it is necessary, with such boats as arc now employed, that four should lie kent constaiitlv in the la^vice of tha company, nnil frequent intrnuptioim now occur of the mail; vet tlic Inst winter has been uu miprovwmont on the previous one?partly lruui the mildness of the w niter, and partly from the thrvatrued commission to inspect these bouts announced m Washington some time since. .Something, in tbn present slate of die country, should he done to exjiedite the mail on the seaboard, or at leuct make it as rrjrttlur as possible. Jiut little emi he hoped nutil a railroad is constructed between Charleston and Wilmington. A few of the West India ateamem could easily put the country to some trouble m consliiunieute witli the nortli mid south, in case i#a rnplure ; us in the low countries, un army or evsn Utn the mail, could hardly progress in summer from tba ravages of local fevers. We hope lor the beat. t >ur currency is still sound, scarcely a new featum 10 be found in the bunking world, except thut tba banks now 110 longer take cheeks in |niyincnt of notes just at the close of hanking hours! Thgcauae, the cause. We now have four cases for murder in oui jail, and several others for lugh-lunded rascalities, forgery, perjury, flee. Mr. Culhomi is most un<picstionuhly in the fie 1*1 lor the presidency, with Matty lo pull llie wires, who is now going lo the Hermitage to secure the co-ope ration of " Old Jliekory." Mr. Itcnion lies low at Washington, and .Vlcssra. t'ulhouu, Wright, and Woodbury evidently understand each other. We shall wait lo see how the Herald sluuds iu tbo Isisiness of President making. It is almost tbo only paper heard ot here north of \\ iu?lmig ton I einperanee 1 louses" and "Temperance Hulk" are all the rage here just now, and the liquor ahofai me after another, urc giving way to the Wtishingtoninns. (Rev. Jason \Vhiunaii, from Savannah, has been here laboring iu the cause: he in a son of the nged patriarch at Knet Hridgewater. Man., who n HIH yearn old. Mr. w. in e|?ii<liug the wirilrr id the couth tor Iiih liealili, having labored with too inueh zeal lor the npreud of ("nitariaiiirm?hi* favorite srlieme of Hiilvulion. I It* wua formerly y?e.letarv ol the American I n i t;a ri a I) A*eociatioll,r?ciding at l!orton, hut htm 11 Hock nt Portland, Mb. lie in mi uhle divine, and a popular lecturer, on thu "'kletilii engine iri breeches" prinei|i|e. Youth, at length. Wilmington, t". [ i 'tii r#--*)M#ii<l? UTf* of (lit* ILthIiL] W 11.111 vn'ii.'t, X. ' April 2S, 1IM2. Ih'tiiiftP? Tvin/fi'ii ?y?lltTtthi?Cotton (i tkl Itflifrjon? IVe.ither mul Nfgror*? Putrvtling?7Vatrim!r, $v. DKAJI Ilr.VttETTI? 1 take thin advantage to send you a line froin lha tar anil ronin country. Hucineea in very alack ; hut four vchhcIs in i?<rt, two ol them for N. Y. with lumber; and our borough pi--cents n very dull aspect. Northern |>cop|e ure beginning to push out. Teinperunee i*< nearly dead; the exriternent, having renehed its climax, ia descending, nnd mint lulrpanre pot oirvery freely, demand daily improving The Herald luia n number of atibscribcr* here ; in fact if in the only northern pn|?er generally read, and to he seen nhout town. Cotton ia dull at K cents; and ' churrli |h>Uh are ringing every <*v?-niii#r biiore leu i* over; those indefatigable*, unveiling preacher*, arc civility the citizen* ^ niahtlv, contribution* nixl grub include)); bur rim'* nothing, idJ trail** iiunx flourish, wo must a traveling preacher. Theweatber is lull, Very hot j tle.i* ami luin-ijintoi-w |>lt uty,dfuntnil dull, Hupply nbuiiilunt, though there'* great *cratchi?* for them! A few night* riner a hnlf dnwn negro?* took It into their woolly [Miles to apr the while*. and go nut onimtrole, no whitened in? their phice* with tlialh ami [mint und off they aauird about midnight; but limline uo unfortunate negro to n?b in their ro**de, entered die negro lion*** und brat and drugged out their inofleiuuve brethren. run* cullotle*, ?nna petticoat*, ami give them e'**y. Alter *nti*t)ing thetn*o|vc* w ith |>atrolling they niiaaled, but were oil ye*tcrday arrested. and earli got hi* fifty Ualie* well ! lid on by the deputy alu-rifl", ?rid there'* coumJcrabh doubt* n* to when they'll patrnle again. My the by, there'* been unother Theatre eorp* lu re, part of the Charleston eompnny. It nppetir* that Igttham. their manager. "rut hi* lurky" amr left them in lite ami* ill ( liarlewton, *?i tliey came up iiere. Jalterwood, Tutlnll, Howard unci Messr-. llrown and Henryf nnd three Indie*; they tlid very well for ii few night?, but, like the ror[>? Kalken' l.?.-?t??l.l I""''1 ! ?? Ui> nti.k ' U ?? oouiuL >lt<l If 1> it nnu' UMMfKiii n? I' i?w-i WIIIHI, III* y 1?... Iiing nnd Maid ton long fort hfircroiiit. Tqthill l>^qoifn n Invorito ninon# onr ciliwrwt. They nil Hi a f?w dayaHiiv'P in a veaqH for N". V. Your-* liuMtily, t>M? Tah. Kt^n. >s I l> pt ' ' ? 1 tfptfMt ' "Hi'? " St *L?|? x jT j x ,

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