Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 28, 1842, Page 2

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NEW YORK HERALD. \?mv Saturday, Mity 18 W. 05- The Weekly Herald of this morning, will he ready for delivery at thia office, at an early hour. Price t? 1-4 ceuts. The New Yore Lancet.?No iloi tl??!lar Medical Journal will be published this morning a^ 0.-tit o'clock, at the Herald office, corner id X.nt-an and Fulton streets Single copies 6 1-1 cents Influence of the New \ock Herald. One ol the most marked nnd latest instances ol the mighty influence nnd power of the New York Herald, we lind in the New York American of lust evening, u very respectable daily print of about 900 circulation, conducted by Charles King, the brother and organ of J antes Core King, the principal of the firm of Prime Ar Co. in Wall street. It is as follows :? Or ten. w ere given by ('apt. Keane unf to deliver pap< t* to :i.n ot the uewsboat* unfit the Herald hoat had obtained filet for that paper. Some ot' the boats approached the hluecn at midnight, in the lower Bay, but tne collectors v. ere not admitted on board the ship, and, in u pelting rain were kepi alongside ; and It was not till this morning that the Herald land went to the ship. Its new* collector boarded, nnd when he w as supplied, the other paper* were permitted to have their turn. As this statement comes from u pure and unpolluted source,we presume it is correct. Indeed we have reason to believe it true?in fact we admit its truth? and on compulsion we would make tin aflidnvit to the fact. Now for the manner it wasdone. On Thursday last, in company with the jeune editeur, we took a trip to Coney Island to see if Governor Dorr was there, but did not find him, although we discovered " thai sword," now doinghavock in opi ning clams. After ascertaining the quality of these clams, we returned by the way of Bath anil Fort Hamilton, stop, ping a short time at each place. While musing there on the sea shore, a little before sun down, we saw through the power of rlairvoi/unfc, the British Queen coming booming along Long Island. We accordingly stretched forth our hands, joined with those of the jeuiit tdilew, which joined ours, forms a whole four horse team in magnetism, and, in the lower bay fi.\ed the British Queen for the night. By the same process, negatively exercised, we prevented all the Wall street newsboats front being able to get aboard the Queen?and Bancker, Lowlier,Blubber Lowber, Loafer A: Co., very correctly reported that the lie" raid was at the bottom of the difficulty. For this hrst instance'of truth telling, we give them thanks. This i? a simple and unvarnished account of the alfs.tr. Vet there is nothing in it remarkable. The highly respectable editors ot the National Intelligencer at Washington, have long since acknowledged our (tower in magnetism, by admitting that we broke up the Koonskin Kabinet, and others say thai we yet keep Captain Tyler under its influence. The gallant " Col. Webb of the regular army," long since admitted that it was the influence of the Herald that diminished the value of certain State stocks in the money markets of Paris and Loudon, not the refusal of these Stater to pny the interest. .Tames G. King, the financial brother of Charles, attributed to " Bennett's influence," the indictment of nil tin- W:?11 hired mill lira fur > lilirl <111 tlm f'.mirt nf Oyer and Terminer. (If course, all wus " just so." in short, there is no end to the extent and variety of our power and influence. We go further. We have moved into our great establishment, the six story granite building corner of Nassau and Fulton streets.and we mean to make that corner, the centre of news, of civilization, of liberty, of intellect, and of power?not only the centre of New York, hut the < entre of all America?the centre of all Christendom?the centre of the whole world, the centre of the universe, and three marine leagues beyond. The New York Situ, by means of our influence, could not rest content till it got in the same mighty centre of mind and thought. Thus we go. Is it surprising then that we should go ahead 1 Is it surprising that the Wall street News Collectors felt our magnetic power! Our establishment is just complete. We may say that we have only begun our great career to reform the age. Wait and see the result*? only wait. Hereafter Fulton street will be greater than Wall street, ten times told. The Koon Skin Attack on the Navy.?The approbation of ourieniarks on the disgraceful conduct of (lit- hard cider Congress towards the navy?we may also add the army?is beyond all precedent. We never had n conception that the navy was so popular with the people, till we had seen the attempt m ide by the koon skin Congress to proscribe if. In furtherance of this fact we Teould publish a number of communications enthusiastic in the cause of the navy; but we have not sufficient space in our columns. Suffice it to say that we Trunk if Hfinii1 fnr flip l?r*?nfh r?f nnhlip mrlicrnntirm to blow tins spark into a wide broad fianie of pure I patriotism. L?t the people speak on this subject, in I mighty mass meetings, in every city, town, and I hamlet. I The " Koon skin Kongress" have nearly filled the hard cider barrel of public indignation. Arrival ok Fanny Ei.ssi.kr prom Havana.? Mademoiselle Fanny Elssler arrived last evening troni Havana, 111 the steamer Natchez. She is in fine health and spirits, and intends probably to return to Europe in the British Queen. We do not learn thnt she has any intention of gome by the way of Boston and Halifax?it is decidedly too far north, and too far out of the way, as n route to Europe. If she should not go in the British Qt 'en, which is now fitted up in princely style, under the management of Captain Keane, she may go in the same ship with Boz. One tiling we should like to know?is she going to Europe, without bringing out those new bnlleta she appeared in at Havana ! Certainly not Strawberries ano Crevm.? Bid you ever visit Gowanus' beautiful bay ! Bid you ever hear of Take Morrison's berry beds there ' Bid you ever iiste any <>f Juke's famous strawberries! Then il vou did, you are of course little better than a barbarian, and almost on a par with Governor Borr, of Rhode Island, including his sword. But if you have ambition, just step into F'attison's, corner of Nassau and Ann streets, call for a basket of strnwtierriet and cream, and prove what we nay. Fori Hamilton Hotel? I'teruirupk Kkirkat. 'lie of the most lovely spots for a summer visit is the elegant and well kept Hotel at Fort Hamilton, i he energetic and tasteful proprietors have pist op.'aed their house?which is now ready to receive ' )in;>ni)> i he lo>(Ue of this s[k>i is unrivalled.' At tin'mouth <>l the harbor?on the Inch bank of lite i,arrows, with the whole upper and lower bay of New 1t ork?on each hand?Staten Island and the Quarantine opposite?and the hills of Xeveraink in the blue dijtanca. fort Hamilton is one of the most lov lv spots in the neighborhood ot New York. It has also a communication with the citv !>v land and water every day l'n.Wni.ii Sat.T W.VITR Hvriis. This is the designation of one ol the most complete, e\tensi\e, and ornamental constructions that ever floated in the American waters, built under the su[>erintcndanre of Mr. Klias Thomas, and to be conducted nntlar that gentleman's experienced management, and placed this day in the berth occupied hv its name-ike and predecessor last year, at the llattrry (fridge. This stupendous work has an extreme length of 171 feet by 75. The Gentlemen's berth measure* feet by ; the Ladies' l.r> by 19 : a M-hool lor voting persons ot considerable dimensions ; shower baths upon a new nnd improved plan ; ami iinterior arrangement.* luted up in a styie 01 comfort and convenience equal to the desire* of the most fastidious. This is the Hath Mr. Thomas so faithfully proini?-d should supply tlie place of his first experiment (now in operation at the foot of Montgomery-afreet, on the final River) ; nnd the public who last year so liberally patronized him can now judge for themselves, by inspection, how far he ha? labored to realize his designs, and continue their encoitrigcmenf to his praiseworthy and public spirited enterprize. H . ' i Four Bays Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE UD1TIC3IT AITru\T uniiioii Firui. Laid' and Fuller intelligence ft'uiu India? Detail* of the Kturl Poilllon of tin lirltluli and their AntagouUt* In IndU and ChinaState of the Market*, du;. The British Queen, Capt. Keane, arrived in the lower hay on Thursday night from Southampton, which place she left on the 8th of May, making a fine passage, aimdat very stormy and unusually severe weather for this season of tl?e year. The gallant Queen has thus proved herself a beau titul and safe seahoat, and her commander one of the (test and most skillul seamen that could he found in either country to navigate her. She brings its our full files up to the 8th of May inclusive. The Queen brought 42 passengers. The news from Indi i is highly interesting, as it gives full details of the exact position of the a Hairs of the British army in every part of India, and their contemplated movements against the Afighans. In the British parliament the lories still maintain their ground. The iucoin? tax hill h is not yet passed toils final reading, but on every division,Sir llohert Peel has lin.il an uverage majority oi" about 10(1. The Money Mnrket is easy, although lunds bad a downward tendency on the 6th and 7th. The Cotton Market in firm und no change in prices. The Virginia packet ship has arrived out. Lord Brougham has presented the Chartist petition in the House of Lords. "Washington Irving Presented tottik Qcekn.? The London Globe in announcing tlie presentations at the Queen's Levee on the 4th of May, has the following:?" Washington Irving, Esq., Minister of the United States to the Court of Spain, by Mr. Everett, the American Minister." Lord Claude Hamilton, brother of the present Marauis of Abeteon, is understood to he the successful suitor for the hand of Miss Burden Coutts. Soithamton, May 5.?The British Queen, Capt. Keane, arrived in .Southampton Wnter, from Antwerp, this afternoon. She is anchored off llytlie. This immense vessel is going regularly from Belgium to New York, calling at Southampton on her passage from and to America. The British Queen will leave this harbor on Saturdav next. Her crew consists of nearly 100 men. The officers on board of her are all Englishmen. She has on board a large number of passengers from Belgium, and a number in hiKtlitJ Inr li??r in lliiu <>niintr%' rTh#? utfntiiPr iu th'.' property of the Helgian Government; and tlie arrangements respecting passengers are of a singular description. The passengers will he charged a moderate passage-money, and they will be considered as living in an hotel, and will be charged continentel prices for what they choose to eat or drink. A West India mail steamer is expected hourly at Southampton.?Globe. TttK Hovat. Masqi'k.?In Spitallields, herMiiicsty's fete has*already operated some change. The tissue of Iter Majesty's magnificent costume is made in that distressed quarter of the town, and it is an exquisite piece of handicraft, in which the clever weavers have surpassed themselves. The ground is gold, over which appear flowers, partly mattes, partly brilliant ; hut description cannot convey an idea of the exquisite nature of the tissue, the beauty of the design, and its striking effect?and we can only add that it is worthy of enshrining her who is? " The cynosure of every eye." The chivalric costume of his Royal Highness Prince Albert has issued from the looms of the same native artisans, and when set off by the manly form and handsome person of so rtt a representative of the great Edward, he will be? " Ay ! every inch a King I" The benefits her Majesty has thus already conferred have inspired us with the hope that we shall soon behold some other epoch of history figuring in another Royal pageant. This splendid /cfi is rivetting the attention of the higher etreles of society beyond any other festivities we ever remember at home or abroad?whether galas or even coronations. The voung nobility, with more than their habitual flow of huovant spirits. first began, at tlie bidding of the gracious Sovereign, this joyous race after elegant pleasure. Tliey have now involved in their impulse many of our oldest and gravest senators; encompassed by their young relatives, even as the incautious farmers are said to he by the fairies, when they trust themselves within sight of their moonlight gambols. We land intended to publish this day a further account of the preparations for this fctr, which, so long since, we had the pleasure of oeing the first to announce. As a foretaste of what is to come, we will now produce the [<ersonages ol one of the most romantic and gorgeous of tiie historical uuadrille?: Lk Qcadrillk us Ft t.ict.?I.ouis XII, Duke of Beaufort ; Anne de BreUgne, H. II. H. the Duehess of Cam. bridge; Comte d'Angotileme, Lord Pembroke ; Princess Claude, II. R. II. Princess Augusta; Gaston de Koix, II. R. II. Prinee George; Dttchesse dcFcrrarc, Lady Ailesbury; Jean d'Albert de Navarre, Lord Gran by; Get niance de Foiv, Lady Clanricurde; Bayard, Lord Cardigan, Jeanne dc Conllnns, Lady F.xetcr; I.e Connetable de Buurlion, Lord Hillsborough; Duchessc de Bourbon, Lady A. Somerset; Louis de Talremonille, Lord Craven; Charlotte de la Tremouille, Lady Wilton; Comte de Chatranbriand, Lord Claud Hamilton; Aline de Villeroi, Lady Lincoln; Chevalier d'Aligre, Count Ksterha/y; Clemence do Ar. magnao, Mrs. Stanley; Guy de la Motte, Hon. F. V'illlers; Claire d'Aubigue, Lady f". lleade deGinkle; Comte de Montpensier, Lord Ward; Blanche de St. Paul, Miss Forester; Comte de Dmiois, lion. C. Forester; Clemence leanne. Lady Hillsborough; Robert Stuart d'Attbignr, Lord Emblyn; Louise de Henoux, Mrs. Samley; Mareehai leChabannes, Lord Malmesbury; Madame de I.apalisse. Lady Craven; Charles d'Amboise, Mr. Kitrroy; M. de Cha'teauhrinnd, Mr. dc Burgh. TheaT*k als.?French plays are nil the vogue in London ; at lite St. .lantes Mademoiselle ileiazet has created a great sensation. Adelaide Kern!?le is starring in the provinees. She met with great success in Birmingham. At the King's Theatre Konconi, Gunsco and Luhlache are playing. Cerito is in Paris. Steplian in London. At Covont Garden they are playing German opera, with the following cast:?" Hon .lttnn. Hon Juan, Herr Mellinger; Leporello, llerr Staudigl; Donna Anna, Madame Sohodel; Donna Elvira, Madame Stoeckel Ileinefetter; Zerlina, Fraulein Gned." At Prury Lane they are doing the " legitimate." Anderson Phelps, Keeley, H. Philips, P. Morton, Mis? Poole, Miss Homer, all are there. At the Mavmarket they are doing the Love Chase, Jcc. Celeste lias brought out a new piece railed the Pretty ??irlnf llilberg Mrs. Xisbett is there. M. Mall nag tin Vow Strand. At the Surrey Mazeptm is ad the rage. Macreatly has played Gisippusfor MissR outer's benefit. LtTKRvrt'RF ?We find the following new work? announced in the London oapers:?The Countess ol Bleasington's new work, tlie Lottery of Life ; the Art of Needlework, from the earliest ages?edited by the Right Hon. the CountesR of Wilton: Pas sum ami Principle?edited by l aptain Frederick Chatnier; Modern French Life?edited by Airs (lore; Stonehengr . or, the Romans in Hritain?h romance ot the days of N'cro ; the Court Directory or tluide to the Forms and Ceremonies of the Court, Otlices. and Public Departments: Xewsfolir Priors, a novel, !>v Miss Waddmgton ; Memoirs o the Right Hon. Warren Hastings, late Governor (reneralof India, including hi* Journals and Letters now lirst published Iroin the originals in nossessioi of the family, hv the Rev < t K i il? n*; the War ii Syria, by Comniodore Sir Charles Napier, M. P. Iv .C.B. ; the Nervous System and its Functions, In Herbert Mayo, F.K.S. ; Rambles and Hesearche: in Thtiringian Saxony ; comprising visits to ih< Courts of Motha and Weimar : Memoirs an I Cor respondence of the Ducal Families of Saxe Hotha with Sketches of Manners and Customs in Thtirin gin, and specimens of the Legends of the Forest, b; John Frederick Stanford, llsq., M.A : Father Con nell.hy John Banini, llaq., author ol " Tales of th O'liiira Family." -Vc. Also, now ready at ever Library, the Lxpertant; the real Design ot tli Tractanansavowed, by one ol themselves; the A< cordance of Kelision with Nature, by the Rev. J II L. (labell, M A.,formerly of Christ Church, Ox lord ; the London and Paris Ladies' Magazine edited by Mrs. lid ward Thomas ; Rright's Urn win Rook on Lnndsra|>e, in a series of thirty-two plates Dr. Dickson's Fallacies of the Faculty; Martin' Civil Costunie of llngland, from the Cone)nest toth present perils), a series of sixty-one plates, hennti tullv illuminated in gold and colors: Strutt's llnglisl Dresses, (rom the Anglo-Saxon period to the nre sent : with an historical and critical inquiry inti every branch of Costume ; Smut's Regal Citstnnn I :ic Regal and Leelcsiasiical Antiquities of Fug tana, containing tt>e HeprntBUIioM <<i a 11 tin Knglieh monarch*, and many of the great person tg s. from I . Iw ard th-Confenor to Henry VIII irw and greatly improved edition, wijh Notes b' I K Planehe, K?q ; Stothard'w Monumental Ktfi lies of (.freat Britain, front the Norm in Conquest ti the Keitrn of Henry VIII?folio, w ith 117 beantifi Mates of Costume and ancient Armour, some n a Inch are illuminated?published at ?19; ha hound, morocco, ?8 8s.: r.mma Roberts'* advic to Indies proceeding to India, price 2s ; the Mai of Orleans. being it translation from ^ohijlcr'* fan -us play ot that name, w ith other Poems, rhjefl rout the t rerman, by the Misses K f5 and T. t Turner; a Comprehensive History of the \V oolle md Worsted manufactures, and the natural ai commercial history of J?heep, from ihe earliest records to the present period, by JamesBisehofl, Esq.; the Mountains and Lakes of Switzerland ; with descriptive sketches of other parts of the Continent, by Mis. Bray, author of 44 Trelawny,"Acc.; some account ot the Trade in Slavesfroni Africa, especially with reterence to the efforts made by the British t iovernment lor its extinction, by lames Banditicl, Esq., Foreign office ; the Knights Templars, by C. Addison, Esq. of the Inner Temple; Hints to Mothers for the management of their Health, during the period of their Pregnancy and in the Lying-in Room, with an exposure of popular errors in connexion with those subjects, by T. Bull, M.D. China. The Island Queen, which reached Bombay yesterday, brings news of the 15th February from Macao. .a series or earner arrivals nau carrieu duck our information to the dates of last month, 18lh January. Little of anv interest has within this period occurred. The Plenipotentiary had returned to lloiigKong, and on the 24th January issued a circular, notifying the slate of operations to the westward.? According to this paper, the Sesostris, Nemesis, and Phlegethon steamers, currying about 700 men, had, on the 2Hth December, proceeded up the river (on the coast opposite to t'husan) to the town ot YuYao, which they captured without resistance, the enemy having retired. The Chinese soldiers were hotly pursued by us, but in vain: at running we were no match lor them. Out of 1200 regulars, 28 were captured and some 101) killed, the rest escaped. A strong fort, live miles from Yu-Yao, was ulterwards taken, and its powder magazine and stores of every sort burned and destroyed The city "1 Tsikee, somewhat lower down, was next occupied, the Chinese having fled before us; the government granaries in the town were broken open, and their contents given to the inhabitants; end the public works were destroyed, solar as t hut was possible without injuring the town. On the 10th the steamers started for Xing(>oon a fresh expedition ; they took the citv of Funghwa, and did with it as they had done with the others.? They returned to Ningpo on the 12th. The Plilegethon steamer and R-ntinck brig of war, next proeeeded to examine the bay of llang-cliow-foo and port of Chapoo; the soundings for the shi|M had been taken and hnovcil oil : .111(1 at tile deimrturc ot the Island Queen it was believed that the city itself had fallen into our hands. The envoy is said to have expressed extreme dissatisfaction, as well he might, with all the proceedings at Hong-Kong.? The jttnk-seizingsystem, that had produced so much irritation, had been put a stop to. Intelligence had been received of the npproacn of powerful reinforcements for the expedition from I.ngland and India. Meantime the Chinese have been indefatigable in strengthening the defences of the river. Their nitrations are said to be directed by a couple of Dutch engineers from Java. The Macao passage anil Salt Junk river are both obstructed, and a few additional impediments will makp the second bar impassable. Kleven new batteries, mounting 390 guns of large calibre, are said to have been erected. These will afford somewhat more formidable obstructions to the ascent of the expedition than those formerly encountered by them?obstructions which will of course be overcome, and tli soldiers placed to defend tlieut, scattered like chaff before the first hot breath of the guns of the squadron. The reinforcements, consisting of the 2d and list Madras native infantry and artillery, embarked on the 13th March from Madras. Considerable additional reinforcements are in preparation, the state of Hurmah permitting the release of part of the troops. The 14th, now at Maulmain, and :19th Madras native infantry, at Penang, are said to be under orders to join.?Bombay Time*, April \. Camlnhar. Our intelligence from Candahar extends to the 10th of March. At that date the enemy were in considerable force within 17 miles of the city. No lighting had occurred since the 12th of January, and of this encounter we gave particulars in our last. A flock of camels had been attacked, and 200 of them carried away; they had been sent off some six miles to graze : 130 of the men who were attending them were killed. The present force at Cudahar amounts to 7,200 fighting men, with 18 pieces of artillery. A reinforcement is now on its way to them of 2,500; the garrison of Kelat-i-Ghilzie, 80 miles from them on the road to Ghuzni, is 1,000 strong. The enormous difficulty of obtaini ng camels or carriage cattle of anv sort seems to be daily on the increase. Gen. Nott s stores iif everv kind seem of late tn have been verv nearly run out; 1(10.000/ and 50,000 hall cartridges were, on the 8th ultimo, desjmtched from Sukknr and ShikariHire for his use. Medical stores for 6,000 men for six months have been sent for to Bombay. Capt. Henderson, of the Madras engineers, had been or- ' dered to quit Sukkur, where he was laying out and planning new cantonments, and proceed immediately to t'andahar to survey for a road along by the Rujjuck l'uss. so that troops might march from Candahar to Kelat-i-Ghilzie without going through the pas< at all. It is generally rumored that a portion of General Nott's force will move eastward towards Ghuzni so soon as the weather permits?everybody asking, at the same time, how they were to be moved.?Bumboy Timrs, A'il 1. Cabool. Our cares for the concerns of Cabool in a great measure ceased with the intelligence of the destruction of our army in the second week of Janua-* ry. Save in the interest felt in the hostages or captives which still remain in it, it isno more to us than it was before the Atlghun troubles began. The offi cent who remain tnere, together with the sick, wounded, and prisoners, seem to have been from the beginning well or even kindly treated. 'Hie "good Nawaub Jubbur Khan" has taken the nussing child of Mrs. Anderson under his charge, and with " the Feringeos' friend," as he was called before adversity fell upon hint, it is as sale and as secure of kindness, as if under its parent's charge. The tales of the Sepoys being sold into slavery to the Oosbegs?highly improba ble as they were from the beginning?remain wholly unconfirmed: and we believe them to be entirely fabulous. There nre considerable numbers both of officers and men, of whose fate wp have now learnt particulars; the former have been detained as prisoners, but complain of no harshness or severity; but on the contrary, speak very warmly of the kindness they have experienced ; the latter nave been dismissed without ransom, and have, in many cases, received small sums of money, to carry thein on their way. Many native rumors have, in the course of the month, been put in circulation as to the particulars of thn siege?the evacuation?and the subsequent destruction ol our army. No official intelligence st-cius 10 nave reacnen me nanus en v>overnmcni ; and no one of the surviving officers has written, at length, nnv of the details. These may not, in their captivity, he permitted materials for writing, or have leave to write at will ; thoir communications have been confined to scraps of paper a few inches square, containing accounts oi tiieir health or treatment, or of the wants they wish to have removed. Dr. Ilrydon, himself, the only Kuropcan who has,as yet,rejoined hisfriends, must either have been most defective in his opportunities or powers of observation ; for n? vet, he has told us nothing save a few particulars of his own escape The Shah Soojah continues to maintain himself ut Cahool. The chiefs, indeed, are said to have been unanimous in offering allegiance to him. Tranquility in and around the city, is said once more to he entirely restored. It is reported that he has written to Government. 1 requesting to he supplied with ?200,000 or ?300,000 I but declining military aid for the present. A letter it stated to have been intercepted, sent by him to I the Ruler of the Punjaub, requesting him to with hold his aid from us, so that the "Fermghecs" might be exterminated. We give these on imperfect evidence: evidence which, however, has been considi ercd sufficient by most of the journalists of India : strongly to implicate the Shah in the proceedings of the insurgents from the commencement. On ihe 28th of January. a letter was received from him at I Jellalabad, requiring Sir Robert Sale to retire, and - to give hostages for our abandonment of Afghanistan : this was declined to he complied with. It may l be. however, that after nil, the Shall is in the hands > of the chiefs; and that he is only playing the game a better man would think permissible when his peril sonal safety was so immediately concerned. We 4 have much reason to suspect his honesty, hut we ' have no direct proof of treachery to adduce against - hun. Jsllalabad. < Mir former intelligence froin the brigade shut up under Su |{. Sale, at Jcllalabad came down to the 2d February; now extends to the 4th March. Nothing of any very particular note appears to have orx curred to th? garrison, save the earthquake of the ' Ifbli February, since the former of these dates. We now it'iirn, however, a tact ot nome interest with which we were not formerly acquainted:?On the ' 2S'h of January a council of wur had been held to deliberate on a proposition then just received from e the Shalt Soomli nt Cahool, to the effect that we should Rive further hostoaes, anil make other nr" rangementa for the immediate and entire abandoninent of tlie country. The proposition was declined to he complied with, thoiiRh not till after a eonsider'* able debate on the suhiect had occurred. On the tnornins of the I Ith of February, I'khbar Khan, with " a raRRcd force of *<<* cavalry and 1.2U0 infantry, enn camped on the opposite side of the river under l.nR" list) tents: it was reported that lie had attacked the r rarrison. and been defeated by them four days after wards, hut this proves incorrect. Any force lie can : muster can occasion them no annoyance, unless acv cotnisinied by Runs, or in cuttinR nfl supplies. Co ' loncl IJcnnie Rave an account of 10,000 Atfirhaiis a " Hamcean with half the present force. On the 19th, ' i severe shock of earthquake which visited IVshawnr. f'erozepore, Meenit, and Delhi. and extended at" far westward as Quettah, shook down many of tin houses and some part of the fortifications at Jcllalahail, which it cost considerable trouble to repair 1. ?- i . i >> . I C .1 I l >?> advantage, However, nail neon insen 01 nir ?r N l 'idrnt l>v the enemy.and the garrison is now as al?l< Iprotect itself as ever, unless that their supplies of , I 11 Utnd? are oner ntore running short on them. I >orno dissension* amongst the chiefs had excited | the hope that they would shortly be enabled to purehase their way to the plains; it was said that the it Affreedis at the Peehawur end el the passes were u illine to treat lor Sir K. Sale's retreat, but would li hear of no terms whatever for (leneral Pollock's ad- 0 s ince. The latter otlicer was prepared, apparently, c to attempt an advance at ail events, should there lie any grounds for serious apprehension of .Sir Robert Sale's immediate safety. Three hundred pound* ot money luid been Bent to him troni Peshuwur and t received in safety. The men who conveyed it got an equal stun lor their pain*? u lair illustration ot 0 the danger of the paajes. The garrison had heard p very regularly from the prisoners in the l.uglimaii w country. They continue to report themselves well, " and kindly treated. The contents of their letters- v were restricted to their own personal affairs and we ^ have hitherto derived from them scarcely any parti- t] culars of the Cabool disasters.?Bombay Timet, e April 1. a Markets. J"

LmdmMms* Msbkkt, Friday, May 6.?In the Stock markets the business trammeled was notot magnitude. On the w hole the Knglish stocks wuie steady, but they left oil'a trifle under the highest quotations of the day. Con sols for money closed 92 j to f ; for the account, !?-2? to f ; Exchequer lulls, ads. to 3Hs. premium ; Bank Stock, tti" to Itid ; India Stock, 2471 to 24HA: a per Cents. Reduced, Pi j :>j |ier Cents.. Reduced, W9J to j; New 3J per Cents., lot); to 1; and India Bonds, 2ls. premium. Mexican fell nearly J |>er cent, to-day on account of a q seller who is supposed to have dealt for speculation. In ^ other respects the foreign market was flat, with more sel- .. lers than tun ers. Mexican closed 32] to 33; Spanish Aclives, 23J to I; ditto, New, -13 to it Danish, HO J toHlJ; Colombian, -70; Brazilian, 67 to dH; Belgian, 101J to 102$; Dutch, 2} per Cents., 63 to J; ditto, A pcrCeuts, 101 to J; and Portuguese 5 per Cents., 22 to J. In joint stock bank shares, Australian were done at At J: I.oudon and Westminister, 22J ; and Vnionof London,9(. 4 The transactions in the foreign exchanges to-day were ' tiut to a moderate extent , bills upon Amsterdam were in demand, and the rate lower in consequence. The prices for Paris and Hamburgh rciq^ined the same as last post. The I'aiiureof the experiment of improving the prodite c tion and cultivation of cotton in Bombay u as ut the date of the Indian journal* a matter of severe comment among ' the parties connected with the planting interest, aud the fc favorable progress of the attempt in Bengal is put in strong contrast with the cause alleged to hare produced so lamentable a result as the resignation of the Americans v who had thesupnrintendenceof the improvement. It has on a previous occnsion been states] that the inefficiency of the controlling power at Surnt is openly avowed e to have caused the unfortunate result, ' nnJ that fa distaste in the party who jiossesscd it to an increased duly, . though accompanied with in, K increased pay. brought about a collision between him and | the American experimentaliters, which ended in their throwing tip their interests with the intent to return to a their own country. An issue so much to be depiored.aud s? which has been made the subject of deep complaint to the local authorities, has also found its w ay here in the shape ol a petition to the Directors of the East India Company j< from the Chamber of Commerce at Bombay, in which-ts pointed out the effects the total abandonment of the scheme would have upon the native producers. The success which has attended experiments on a small scale in I other parts of the Presidency, as well as in Bengal, they (] state, prove beyond doubt, that the culture, if made and attended to in a regular manner, anil all facilities granted, b will he followed with successful results; and the petitioners therefore earnestly impress upon the attention of the Company the necessity wuicli exists lor a new attempt, ? not only in the light of protecting the trade from the innovation of the Kyots, hilt also with the t iew of enhancing the importance of these possessions. 8 Tilt hsp iv. May 6.?Two o'clock?The favornlile ten- ii dency of the India news caused additional firmness in the Stock Market this morning, but a supply of money stock lepressed prices to a slight extent. At the present mo- t munt all is perfectly calm, without any disposition to en- (| ter into speculative business. The very high price o' French Stocks assists in maintaining ours. The account! n from Paris bring the 3 per Cents. H-if. l&c.; and the 5 per Cents., 120f. 36c. Consols for Money are 92j| buyers; ditto for the Account 92j; Deduced 3 per Cents., 91J to 91); Reduced 3V per ' Cents., 99} to 99j; New 3} per cent lOO? to 100?; Bank I Stock, 1 ti7\ to 169; India Stock, 247 to 249; Exchequer Bills, 36 to 39 prem.: India Bonds, 20 to 22 prem.; Long Annuities, 12 9-16 to 12f. 1< Loxnox Cnnx Market, May 6.?At this day's market t there was hardly a sample of English wheat on sale, the i supply-having been disposed of on Monday. We had a very slender attendance, and so little business passing i? i I ti",. r in fri.o f..r?iirr. or linn.ln.t lliol I,. alter our former currency. C The lino rains have dispelled all fears about spring ] corn, and barley is difficult of sale, although oifcred on lower terms. Malt met with but little inquiry. 1 American free flour is quoted at 35a37s. tl London Tii.vdk REroRT-"-Friday Evening, May 6?Tal- j: low?The price on the spot is 4tix 6d, and towns 48s; the last three months, 48s. 6<i., buyers. Sugar?The market has been very flat to-day. 0.000 bugs Mauritius, and 5,A00 bags Donga!, were disposed of by a miction, of w hich I'400 hags of the latter were sold in liontl ?| Mauritius middling and goo.l sold at 04s. fxl.to 60s Oil.; graj and yellow, His. 0 1 to tils.; Bengal low to good white, 61s n 6.1 to 70s.: and khanrand brown, 4os to Ms. The husi- [. uess in the West India market amounted to only 10 or 60 lib.Is, making l.'iO hhds forthc week, at about Is lower. al There were no other public sales of importance to-day . c Livkiuooi. Cotton Market, May 6.?The demand lor cotton has continued to be moderate this week, the trade onlv buying lor their immeiliate wants. Sales have been ^ made in the common qualities of American on rather lower terms, but the better classes maintain their value, u There is not any change in Bra/.ils, Egyptians or Surats. a 1400 American have been taken on speculation, and 800 American and 400 Madras for export, and during the last 11 month 1440 American, 40 Egyptian and 400 Sural have \ been forwarded into the country unsold. Mat I.?The demand for cotton to-day hns been to n fai' extent, the sales amounting to 1000 bales, of which export- 4 rrs have taken 800 bales, and speculators 300 bales. Prices arc without change. May 5.?There nave been about 3000 bales sold in very dull market to-day. Except 400 Surats, at 3dto4ld, an<> f 140 F.gyptians, 7d to 8], the whole was American, 4d to 6d. / Prices are without change. Statu or Trade.?We believe there is tome business in the glove and fancy trade, and it is said the country houses . experience sonic improvement; but the staple tra'de ofthi town continues much depressed. The uncertainty about the tarilt, which we hope w ill soon he removed, creates much uneasiness. The heavy stock of wool in the hand- . of the growers makes purchasers believe that the raw material will be lower, and it is a great hindrance to an improvement in trade. We hope the graziers will learn wisdom for the future, and he willing to take a" times price," < rather than hazard their own interests ?and the advantagi of the country through such a perverse disjiosition. Wr 1 have often cautioned this class against the bad policy ol their proceedings.?Leicester Journal. iuvri:, .May '.!.? rnecottou sales went oil pretty nnwit ut rather improving prices-, the quantity taken out of the ( market that Jay consisted of 84S bales Georgia at 61 Jf to Slf.nnd 160 Louisiana at 6tf to 91f; 400 bag* St. l)oming< Coffee were placed at 45f per 50 kilograms, and 150 hhdi Colonial Sugar at the rate of 63 j for good middling. On contract were told 30 casks American Pot Ashes of first quality at 50f. AnTwtnr, May 8.?The demand for coffee was animated which caused about 2,460 bags, for the greater part 9t i Domingo, to be disposed of, viz. 400 bags ordinary .lavr at 36 to 06 Jc, 1,150 ordinary to good ordinary St. Doming* 304 to 33}, and 900 hags low ordinary to ordinary and good ordinary Brazil, at from 31 to 30J and 33 to 34jr. Of colored Brazil nothing remainetl in the market. The trans- i action* in unrefined sugar amounted to 800 boxes vollow Havana at 13 j to 13 jR. Rice continued to be in little request and prices feeble. I'nited States cotton appeared to be rather firmer, though the sales of the week were re. strieted to 80 bales fine Georgia at 34* per half kilogram. I Sealand madder* were in good request, particularly those from 1839 to 1810, of which but little remained unsold. The business in hides since last week was confined to 4.000 salted Buenos Avres and Monte Video at different prices, according to weight and quality. Whale oil, notwithstnnd- I ing the smnllnes* of the stock at Antwerp, was completely neglected. Pot Ashe* remained firm, but little inquired after. In all other articles nothing worth noticing oc. curred. I SnxoMMRr Msavrrs, Feb. 33.?Since our respect* un- i dcr date the I5tli inst., wc have not had much doing here, owing to the Chinese holidays. The Cowagjee took away ' about 130 chests of Bengal drug, which was brought here 1 at 404 Spanish dollars Tor Patnn, and 3*0 Spanish dollars i for Benares; these rates may still he quoted, F.xchange on London. 4s 8d ; tonnage plentiful anJ ' freight scarce at any price; we are shipping Gambierat A'3 10s per 30cwt. 1II<.'V>|IUI1VI It'll IIIIIIIIIll'IWII Htl Vl,?w,uuu; IlOgOOU congous left. Tsatlee (ilk held as high a* Spanish dollars | 600, anil no more than 700 bnles expected for the season's rrop. K.xchnnge fts. Freight from Whampoa ?:>, Patna tins heeu (old at 160 Spanish dollars, and our friends quoted Benares at Uft Spanish dollars. Our Jate? from Canton are to the 8tli in?t. The newyear holidays had just commenced, and business w ill continue suspended till about the lath. The customary u:i. nual settlements among the Chinese are understood to hare gone off very favorably , anil with less complaint than usual, at this season of a w ant of money. It is believed that the ten men and dealers generally have done a profit, able business during the past year, and we are, in eon soj quence, disposed to anticipate some improvement in our markets for imports, when business is fairly restored, par| liculnrly should political matters in this province take no unfavorable turn, in which our prospects at present are | also cheering. We beg to call your attention to the fob low ing quotations and remarks :? ( 'otton Bombav s to 9-3; Tinnevelly w Mo 9 3. The stock on hand is nlmut .'id.OOO bnles, nnd is held almost entirely by the Chinese. Some improvement is anticipated immediately after the holiday s, unless the arrivals shouli. be large. Cotton Yarn -The stock is aliout 6,000 bales, held chiefly by the Chinese. Some improvement is expected, but we cannot quote more than Spanish dollars 20 for good assortments. l.ong Cloths?Kemain unaltered, and are still sold at 1 30 to 2 7ft. Woollen Cloths?Continue depressed, and nreonly to be sold in small parrels at very low prices. Some sales ol Spanish stripes of fair assortments liav# been made ut 94 cents per yard. I.ong F.fls?Wood assortments ware worth about 6}, scarlets 9J. We are under the impression that these goods have now seen their lowest point, and that some improvement may be looked for ere long. BnMser M vasr.T, April 1?Cotton Woods?The sales o! I i... .! i Iwr ??>.. lloo ' holiday*, which may scarcely yet lie said to be on t having caused a material interruption to business. Th> rc'sura for money in the bazaar continues scTere. nnc In i . appears every prospect of prices generally fallim till lower than they are now. 'otto* The crop this year is a most abundant one, e? 'inflated hy some at AO per rent more than that of any pn edinir > i ar. We hare not heanl of much tieing done daring the month. Prices are still by far too high to admit c shipment to Kngland. N'wai. I^apnch.?To-day in wt apart lor the launch of the frigate St. Lawrence, at Xorfi Ik Will probably l>? stopped by order of the government, Trim, re ru C.u'Iai.n Khane.?We liave received oui a passenger lite following letter, written lo Capnn Keane, the gentlemanly and skilful commander I the steamship British Queen. We publish it be ausc we think the gallant Captain deserves all that * said therein. Os uoahu 11. D. M. Sri.iMMiir Butiiii Qccbm, i May id, im \ Ifcr SIB :? it We, the cabin passengers, on hoard the "British Queen," n her passage from Southampton to New Vork, cannot ait without expressing our mojt sincere regard and best ,'iihes towards you, lor the very able and reamanlike lanner in which you have acquitted yourself on this oyage, being one reqtiiriug much vigilance and skill, ktnl we also express the high satisfaction we feel, for the indneas and attention you have uniformly paid us during lie voyage, and for the good order mid discipline observ.1 on lioard, which has rendered the passnge as agteeuhle s we could have desired, apart from the unfavorable . cat her we have experienced ; and we trust you w ill ivo long to command the British Queen, and ciyoy the ontidence of the Belgian Government, which you deervedly merit. Accept our best wishes for your future prosperity and happiness, und we are, dear, sir, moat respectfully yours, ANDREW RITCHIE, 'o C.srT. M. M. Kkvn, Commander of H. B. Majesty's Steamship British Queen. Mrs. Lilha Pillivuyt; Mrs. Henry, Mrs. M. Moses; Ann rews; Eli7.a Wright; Mrs. Lywhitt; Mrs. Durand; Mrs. enny; Mrs. Denis; E. Barlkt; Rol?ert Warnoclt, D. 11. luraml; George H. Penny; S. Lyrwhitt; K. Dennis; John ingue, Jr.; Jumes I'. Holden; Harrison Ritchie, Alla-rt >. Angue; M. Mows; John H. Wright; Andrew Ritchie: Villiaui Ashton; Robert Foster; Alexander Leith; John lurray; John Ferguson; J. G. O. I.ayton; William 'reelman; E. Uarlitt; L. Pillivuyt; M. Ritchie; D. Caateli; Charles Leifert; Frederick Srhwendler; Julius Chun, L. W. Doerstling; 3. Cohen; R. Henry; Charles A. Hookcher; J. C. Mayer. M and am fa.?The order on the Mayor to show lauee wny uie Aiuernian ana ahsibiuih :viunma? ui he Sixth Ward had not been sworn into office, was irought up in the Supreme Couit last evening. Mr. ^ord Ulrica red in behalf of Messrs. Crolius and AtviII, and read tire deposition* of those gentlemen, ind of various other iiersons connected with tlie lection and with the canvassing of tickets in the irst district. The Mayor appeared in person. lie tated that no return had been made by the inspec" or* of election in that ward, and he did not tee| uthorised to administer the oath in the abaence ol uch. lie alluded to the various affidavits on the ubject, and continued his remarks till "the Court adDurned. He will resume this forenoon Navai. Cock r Martiat..?The trial of Commodore >evy of the Navy at Baltimore, engr-wsee more linn ourdinary attention. This is his sixth trial in lie Navy, he having been once sentenced to be disnisscd, twice to be cashiered, and twice repremamld and dismissed his ship. The court now sitting in Baltimore, found hint uilty of the charges, and sentenced him to be cashcred; but the President thought it to be too severe, ;iid sent it back for a revision. We see nothing in he evidence adduced likelv to change their first lecision that he be dismissed the sen-ice for "tarring nd feathering" one of his "crew." Vvhv SeiTtir?Wkbhv?Win. ('ullcii Rrvant is ryins to console himself for the fright of (xovernor )orr,und the explosion of the root beer revolution,by ittering all manner of severe things on Captain Tyer. Last evening the Post calls the " ("apting" milling less than " Lord Protector of the r- 'dia."? Iold my sides, or I'll burst. Central America.?Morazan, at the last aeounts, was at LaUnion, preparing for '"something." lie Belgians were making rapid progress in their novements in Cuatamala. They intend to navigate tie Montagua with steam, and cut a canal between 't. Thomas and the river. What a Pitching!? A man in Philadelphia, in ttempting to jump on a ferry boat, fell short and truck violently against the rudder, lie sunk im" lediately, and was submerged sen minutes. While ^ingin a state of insensibility, ^supposed dead, he uddenly opened his eyes and exclaimed, " My graious, havn't Iliad a ducking!" Revolution in Theatricals.?The Immortai. 'iiatium.? Forrest closes his engagement on Monay night at the Chatham. His nights have been all . perfect rush. Miss Clifton opens an engagement Iso on Monday next, at the same metropolitan house What has become of the legitimate drama? Deerted the big, cold theatres, and melting in the mall, cash, wann ones. Singular this. Fuiuutful.?Cape Ilaytien was entirely destroy >d by an earthquake on the 7th inst. Tiru tliousaiu i vet lost. Frightful indeed ! Resigned.?Robert C. Winthrop, M. C. fron Boston. Cause?sickncas in his family. Miuabeau in Boston.?'The Hon. Thomas Mar iliall, is in Boston. Heard From.?Gov. Dorr and his sword was las teen in Thompson, Connecticut. "He is there foi ao good." Hard Times?Quite n number of elegant an< substantial buildings are going up in Cincinnati, th city of Pork. Tin and Si.ate.?Hich, Very !?A valuable bed o Pin ore has been discovered on the ffoutli Mountai in York County, Pa. Also a new quarry of very au perior Slate has recently been opened near the ttue quehanna river. Settled.?The law suit between the old and nev " schools" of the Presbyterian Church ha* been sel Med, the "new school" having withdrawn the suit Fire in Oxford, Mass.?The thread factonj r Dower A* Campbell was destroyed on Wednesda uighl. Insured for &D000. Dur\i>Fft..?The steam pipe of the steamer Dotiji lass, on the Ohio, burst on the 16th instant, kille four and severely scalded nineteen Chatham Theatre.?Notwithstanding the inch -C .L- .it ... 1 ?L. (unity i?i me wcraiurr yrsicruiy mr v uaniaiu ua i fall audience, and the play of Macbeth, as i always the case with .Mr. Forr?9t's performance,ntf unbounded applause. This evening a rare treat ha been prepared by the active manager in the admira ble piece of Jack Cade, who will he represented b Mr. Forrest, supported by Scott,Kirby and the whol strength of the company. This piece is most a[ propriate to these revolutionary times, and it is ej pected that Governor Dorr with his sword will b present, to take lessons in the art and mystery < putting down aristocratic governments. Thorn has taught his cotemporary managers how to pa their license properly on the cash system, and hi establishment bids fair to realize the object of th drama, and become the instructor nnd model of th times, and improve the habits ol his audienca. Circuit Court. Before Judge Keul. Morrii Raunhtim v?. Jonrph J. H'rtl, and nlhtri?Th w us an fiction of replevin, to recover pn>pert\ which hi been levied upon in October, lH39,on an ? ' m a?n strain Isnnc lUtinheim. lssnc had occupied s hoii?<- nnd store i Canal street, himself and wife living there, and carrvin on the millinurv and drv goods bsisin.??. In IS.ts 1 assigned to a man named Bemamin V. Lewin, for the ben lit ol his creditors, but no money was ever paid Mori' R. then became the reputed owner of the store, hut the d fondants deemed lssnc still to be the real owner, and issi ed an execution. The goods were replevined, and. i IS4I, taken away, defendants knew not whither. Th nrnsent action was brought to test the nuestion. Verdii for defendant in the value of the goods and interest. Kor plaintiff, Mr. 8. B. II. Jtulah. For defendant, M Mather. Moar Ixdiais Mi-sdi r*.?Several more Indian murdei have been committed. The Indians killed two men named Van Znndt, witlii si* miles of Santafee, on the l.sth, nrtd nttaeked the hom of Moses Cnson, within lour miles of Kantafec, and kill* his wife and one child. Another let'rrstates that the house of Mr, Word w as ? tacked by Indians in the night. After this outrage at Santnfee, the Indians wended ihe way South. Their trail had been discovered, and Liei tenant Baker proceeding to|rxamine it with si* inounti men, had been tired ui>on by niioitt -15 warriors. Two of his men were killed und one unhorsed, wl was instantly stabbe I. Lieut. B. and the other three me made good their escape. All the disposable force, ubot TOO infantry, had gone in pursuit. Court Calendar?'Tills Bsy. CiacriT CoraT.?Not. 73, I'll, 111, f?. 109,94,100,1 >7, 10, II4, 80 47, 44, III, 11,110, I'M. 114, 110 Cismmos Pi.ras, Monday.?Part I?Noa. 133, 14,37,1 Part 1?Noa. 10, 14, 10fl, 44, 133, S, 11, 19, 11, 04, S 104, 100, 110, 119,(114, 11* BY THE SOUTHERN MAIL Highly Iinpoitaiit from New Orleans?Arrival of the I I). He venue Cutter Woodbury, With the Aluerleait Minister and American) Prisoner* from Mexico?Complete Resumption of the Honk*. We have the pleasure to announce the arrival ot the 1". FtntesCutter Woodhurv at New Orleans, on tlieJtnorn'niR of the lihli instant, with the American Ex-Minuter and American prisoners. The resumption of cash payments litis been com pletely suceesslul in New Orleans. The Bulletin of the 18th has the following:? We now announce with confidence, for the information of our distunt friends, that the resumption of specie nuynienta in this city is permanently and completely successful by the Union, Canal, Commercial, City, Louisiana, Mechanics' and Traders* ami the Carrollton Banks?nor is there any thing that we can see in the range of common probabilities. that can affect their solidity. They have, and justly have, the full confidence of the community, who will standby nnd uphold them. Their entire circulation is less than two millions of dollars, and the actuul specie in their vaults still umounts to upwards of 01,500,000; besides which they have upwards of 01,000,000 in Northern and European specie funds. The three non-resuming banks, the Citizens, Consolidated, and Louisiana State remain in statu quo. The Bulletin of the 10th has thin ' ? kescmrttonComplete?Yesterday, the Citizens, Consolidated and State Banks came into line, and paid specie for their liabilities. We learn from the Courier that only about 050,000 were drawn from , rhent in the course of the day, and that confidence in those institulionsappeared not to have been impaired. [Corrcm|>nn<lf nc* of tht Hrri'il.] N'EW-OHI.kans, MUV 10, 1842 The U. S. Cutter Woodbury, H. B. Nones, Esq , Commander, has just arrived, in six days from \ era Cruz. The Woodbury has brought Judge Ellis, Ex-minister of the United States at Mexico, and the following released American prisoners: Oeorge WilUinn Kendall. T. II. Slllll'. tr. C T Inward A Adams, S. Tompkins, G. B. Vioughtailing, T. Torrey, H. li. Buchanan, D. Snively ; also the fourfoiL lowing English prisoners: Peter Gallaghan, Thomp son Robinson, G. C. Jones, T. Ptokes. i The following are Passengers: T. B. Coolidge, Boston ; F. Perrin, New-Orleans; J. B. Bolton, New-York ; J. W. Harper, South Carolina ; J. W Weed, New-York. The following are Officers of the Woodbury i II. R. Nones, Esq .Commander; Onmond Peters, Acting 1st Lieutenant; John Fanner, 3d Lieut. ; Wm, M. Wilson, 3d Lieut ; John Ilinea, BoaUwain; John Collins, Gunner; Peter liardenbrook, Carpenter ; Stephen Pratt. Captain's Clerk. The Woodbury has brought if?i:(00, consigned to Messrs. Schmidt iV Cn._, New-Orleana. On tne evening the Woodbury sailed, a roiuiwla arrived from 1 Mexico with $900,(109, principally for Enropi. Sailed in company with the Spanish friRate Isabella Seconda, for Havana. Left at Vera Cruz tha American barque Ann Louisa, Clifford master, to sail on 18th for New-York ; Am. brig Apalachicola, Am. brig Sabin r. Scarcely any fever in Vera Cruz at the lime the Woodbury sailed. Baltimore. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Bii.timore, May 37, l&u. Mr. Editor :? The distressing intelligence was received here yester- j day by letters to their friends, as well ashy the Western papers, that Dr. Hoffman, his wife, child, aister, Mrs. Wm' II. Hotlman, and child of this city, were among those on lioard the steamer Douglass, at the time she blew up on the ICth instant, near Madrid on her way to Louiavillc. 1 Some of the friends of Mr. Hotl'man bare already gone on to their assistance. TheProtrstent Episcopal Convention is still in session. [ Bishop Whittingham delivered his address yesterday. It was an eloquent and able production. The Rev. Dr. I; lohns, rector of Christ Church in this city, waa recently elected Assistant Bishop of Virginia, an honor which it is nresumed he cannot accept. On Monday next the Baltimore and Ohio Railraid will be opened us far as Hancock. This will add greatly to the advantage*already flowing from that branch of internal improvement. The celebrated guitarist, Madam Dc Ooni, and Mr. i Knupp, the great violinist, are to give a concert at the Assembly Rooms this evening. The Madame has a beautiful pair of black eyes, which of themselves are an attraction. Count Buraio was prevented from holding forth hist , evening, in consequence of the inclemency of the woathcr. A fire occurred, during the former part of the night, I which destroy ed four small buildings, occupied by Degrees, in the eastern part of the city. Virginia money is still improving. I quote it now at 3 a 3) discount.' No variation in northern exchanges. Kluur is per barrel ; Wheat, $1.14 a l.tlO; Corn. .*>3 a 6H; Rye, bt a 70. Thcrn is a slight appearance of i rain. Roderick. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald.] I Philadelphia, May 97,184-J. Yesterday Goarge Monday, an excentric street haraguur, gave to the children connected with our Aim* 1 House, quite a feast, the money to cover the cost of which was produced from collections made after several of his 1 street preaches. Those who witnessed the gladness and joy that attended this holiday to the children, speak of it . as of the roost imposing and interesting character Ice cream*, cakes, oranges, lemonade, Ac. was partaken of by t all the children to satiety. r The Post Master General came into town yesterday; the same time the hearing of the accusations against our Pott Master took place, though 1 suppose the one has no con- 1 j nection with the other. In the examination some din- !j missed clerks were heard, but nothing in the slightest P sustaining the accusations was elicited. The further hearing of the matter was defered to Wednesdav, when, I Drcsutii". from present appearances, tho whole will end i- where it began." The officers ami crew of the sloop of war Marion, will n visit the Walnut street theatre to-night to witness the na I. val drama, u ritten in lionerof tone of the gallant tarvl ces of Com. Stew art. It is a very splendid performance, h ami ia well played. At this house, Addaras, F.aton, and Proctor, arc the stars?quite a galaxy, and all appearon the occasion of Proctor s benefit ti -morrow night. At the v Walnut, I understand, thore is also in preparation a now Indian ballet of thrilling interest, written by the author of the naval drama performing there. It i* for I, Miss F.mma Ince. the dansense of that house A notiee in onp of the papers, says it is en,f tirelv American, founded on an actual occttrrenco which took place at " k'.llis Clitrs," on the Mississippi, wheroin an Indian girl, being pursued by her enraged lather and his warriors, made her esrnpe into the arms of her lover by leaping an awful chasm, twenty feet in width. The" feat was considered so extraordinary, that ? the spot where it occurred is yet an object of curiosity to d travellers, and has ever since been called the " Fawn's Lcnp." Our markets are most abundantly supplied just now witli good things?strawberries, cherries, new potatoes peas, all good and cheap, and butter at a shilling per J pound. Little was done in stocks, without material alteration in prices The little ehaage that was apparent was down ' ward. H W'c have considerable rain here to-d?r, though a warm air. v Bfishan Indemnity.?Mr. Maxcy our Chargt , d'Affaires to Brussels, has succeeded in obtaining e from the Belgian Government an indemnity for tht * destruction of American property in the entrepot ai [- Antwerp, by the Dutch troops, during the revolu e lionarv Struggle in mm i"iiv . ? kjiuik. '' Naval.?The U. 3. strain frigate Mississippi, Car e tain W. D. Salter, arrived yesterday morning fron y Wuahington city, lia\in? left there on the morninf IS of the 25th inst, at half-past eight o'clock, thus ma e king the run in forty-eight hours to Sandy Ilook. r The Missouri, Captain Newton, was left at Wash ington. The following is a list of the officers attached t? the Mississippi -Captain William D. Salter; Com is inander. Franklin Buchanan; 1st Lieut. Charles 11 ul McDIair: 2d do A. II. Marburv; IkJ do Win. ('nan ?t dler: 4thdo llohert K. Hoe; ntn do Kirhard Wain 11 wright; Acting Master, K. 1>. Izard; Surgeon, Johi K A. Lock wood; Purser, Joseph Bryan; ( niel^ Ilngi neer, John Farron; Assistant Surgeon, Sapiue 'C Jackson; Captain's Clerk, Joseph tiiueon: Midship inen, Snmuel Kdwards, Pierce Crosby, jr. (leorgIC I teuudass, Joseph I'am eh, J. S. Byers, J. doling it W. P. Harrison, Charles Gray, Chnrlo- F. Hopkinis Boatswain. Robert Whitaker, Gunner, Jereinia) :t Mack; Carpenter. George Wisner; Assistant Kngj neers, Lane Martin, Henry Hunt, Jesse 15 ntherfott) r X.C. Davis, J. Follanshe, W. F. Mercier. Bankrupt List. ? nf uriv vnm.' r? SOUTHS. It I* "r .. . v. Alfred Hull, (late Aldrich h Hall. Bangor, Mr.) June* n Daniel L. Starr, PottffhVeepaie, June 30. ie Eli Kirk, lamp merchant. New York, June SO. n1 Ilrnrv L. Weal, Lumberlan,I,^Sullivan county, June3< Nathaniel L. William*, merchant, late of Natchez it- June 30. ir TYajt av.?Leonard < toriinff, ln'.e blacking manufactt ii- rcr.now proprietor of an eatint? home in Naaanu atree td tea* im -to! v eater Jav charged with perjury in rrhtio to hi? acliodula in banlcruptcy. He waa examined befor 10 Jwtfea Evarett. m i ???? (bp-Till'. MOST DELIGHTFUL EXCURSION THA can l>e maJe from New York at thia aoneon of the year, unqueationahfy tb floboken. The public pronnd, *0 e? :en*i? e anil divoraified, are no* lovely l?yond deacriptioi a, ami can be ?een to their heat advantage. A* an addition! tHraction, free Concert*, a la Miuanl, under the directio 0. of Mr. Myera. w ill be (fiven in the afternoon, on Mot K?, lava, We<lne*day? and Saturday*, for which are advei tiaemenU, - LI

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