Newspaper of The New York Herald, 9 Haziran 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 9 Haziran 1842 Page 1
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. 1,rr' pr-vr-vryn 1 'fjg1 *wg" "qji I : I ? I ' LI m TI 1 11 Vol. VIII.?No. KM.?Whdle No. 300U. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ~ TO PAPER MAKERS. UfcRSEE fc BliOOKS, No. ft I Liberty. iliwl. between *- Broadway and Nassau street, New York, import direct from tin- Manufacturers the following art idea, via:? Blficliiog Powder of Boyd k Son1* make?warranted, for Uniformity and strength, equal to any in tlik country orOreat Britain, and for the taJu of which they arc sole incuts iu tile United States. ? . .. Engindi Cylinder Machine Felting of very superior quality, 36, -40, <43, fift. T2, and 84 inch** wide. Dryer Felting of stroug fabne, and of widths usually required. Blue Siiiilt*.? slaving the agency of the Button Co morn's Blue Smalts, they arc enabled to supply hr r E, and e! r FE; in anv quantities. Jfirea for Fon* Junior and Cylinder Machines, maun factored from tl?e purest metal?also, Jackets?vv ctrnd Priu Fells. Pull) Screens, Nos. 1,2.^, of brass metal. Orders for any of the above articles, together with Foreign and domestic rag*. Soda Ash, Vitriol, Alum, Twine, Ike. Ike., will meet with pru.jpt attention _ _ in 11c VTE\V GUITATT-MUttIO?fJEORGEH. DKUYVOKT, J-' ptofcuot of th. Kuitar, No. 138 C.ii.J i&efl ili< Hi. John'. cliurco, hat tli. honor to acipi.iul hi. friend. anJ tile public rli.i hr Hm J a variety of new nnd popular inu?ir, armiued with Huy accompanuncut. for xoitar. Mr. D. will al.i arranKe ana compoa. for orchestra, (nitar, ami other, and give iuatrti.tiotu to amateur. on the piano forte and violin.< ini2 6w-c f"AW HEPORTlf.H, FOR JUNE, 1812, Tki? Day P.M.sbI-t eil,?Content. ; Greonleaf on Evidence : Bankrupt Law, e* parte Kotter, wherein the validity of attornment of the property of Bankrupt., on mean, proc.aa, la di?cui?ed with the usual ability una discrimination of that learned Juri.t, Justice Story; \Vuliiu*toii Bank v.. Short left : United Stated... n, . n: -r l i. i i lanv ; Binkrupt* iu Mini*, including all w\*o hate pftitimwl to b?* declared Bankrupt* iu Maine up to May 20, 1812?whole number, ; Bmkntpu in Mfe?sachu*etts continued from imu|? 42, including tin names of p?Mifinners from April 20th, to M^y 20th. 1811 ; New Puhlicatious; Obituary Notice? ; The List of Bankrupt* in New York will D?- continued in next number. BRADBURY, SODfc* It CO. mlO .a ?t 127 Nassau ?t. N. Y. and 10 School ?t. Boston. PAPER HANGINGS. MA. HOWELL 8t CO., 3H7 Pearl street, are now reeeit lag Rom their manufacturers at New Biun.w ick, an rite naive assortment nl' Pi|M?r Hangings, Border#, Sic. of the Utett and most approved patterns and stylos, suited to the city and country trade , which they offer, to dealers at the net maunlac; ton- prices. Also .their nsual variety of French Paper, Borders, Fire Boerd Prints, View,, Ac. Tne best workmen to put on puper in any part of the city can he hail at the shorteat notice. al3 eod2m*r HO.VKKPATH1AC WORKS.?Just published by WM RADDE, 322 Broadway, Jahr's New Manual ol Homoe* patliic Practice, edited, with annotations, by A. Gsrald Hull, M. D., second American, from the third Paris edition. This indispensable book to hoinrnpathista is now complete in 2 vols.? Price in napy $<i?a full bound copy $7. The Family Guide to the Administration of Homoapathic Remedies, third edition, from the second London edition, with additions?Price 2J cents. Popular Considerations on Homirpatbia?by Wm. Cullen Bryant, Esti., delivered before the New York Hoimapathic Society , Dec. 23, 1811?Price 18\ cents. Also, just published. Mydriatics, or Manuel of the Water Cure, as practised by Viuccut Prinssnitz, iu Greefeuberg. corn piled and translated from'the writings of Charles Munnc, D. (Erie!, D. B. Hirschel. and other practitioners, by Francis Grader?Price J I?neatly bound. This little ueatly printed bookconuiii* an exuoRition in nrh<it manner litis simple agent Ua* been tomnl remedial. mil lm*r book binding paper ruling. H IRELAND, No. 120 Nassau street, having ad entire new slock of Binding Tool* and Ruling Machinery, ol tin: latest and most approved pattern*, is now prejiared to execute all orders in lite most durable and handsome manner. Merchant* Accconnt Book* and all other kind* of Blankwork ruled and bound to auv patterns, and in a .style that is warranted to stive satisfaction. Any work ordered can be done iii'thr EntItsa: mode if required, a* 11.1. ha* had toug experience in both method*. KOR BALK?Two teeond hand Copperplate Presses. Apply a* ahove. mUtlin hats. HATS! HATS! HATS!! "DROWN k C.0'8 One Price Hat Store, wholesale and r|* O tail, 170 Chatham Square, corner of Mott street, wheje fashion, beauty, durability and economy are combined to adetn tlie head. Theproprietor! have the pleasure now to offer in addition to their recently unproved abort napped HaL a new style, tile imitation of beavrrr, which so closely resembles that of all flits the most cosily and beautiful, that tin difference is not easily perceived. Price three dollars. Wi strictly adhere to the ode price cash system, which euablet us to furnish a very superior Hat for the price chanted. In prer.eiitiiig these Hat* to the public the proprietors think they have reached the ulliinatutn of beauty, durability, cheapness and comfort. ml 3m? . "Jewelry. * WATCHES AND JEWKLRY, very low. 'PI1K Sabscritier is selling all dcjcriptji/art ) I field u d Silvfr A Watrhcs, Child and Silver Pencils, Iki J I rfjjr, rieya, fcc-, at retail, lower than at anv other ilrcs iu tins city Gold Watches as low an thirty to forty d?l(rrs ease. Watches and Jewelry exchanged or bought. All tVatehee tie mrmifeil to keep good time, or tl-.e money turned. Wrtriirs *nd Clocks repaired in the best manner, ami WerrspteJ, 3t .much less thtn the usual jarifs .IV .-si o i.hy tinest WCra.mon bi the cilv. O. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches and Je*alry, wholesale and retail, JO Wsll street, up stain, mill lm*tn WATCHES, JEW[ELRY, CUTLERY, kc^-The sa b ?V irriliers being desirous of materially reducing their ttocg, oflfer for sale at uiT|iortalion cost, for cash or ap|*oved sho t ini|n-r. gold.aud silver wmrhes, gold chains, pencil*, rings, at d breaches, diamond puts and rings, unset diamonds, |wste ttuno I, plated. Japan, and German silver ware ol'evtyry description; r i xn.i on cards and iu doxerw, pen, p?ch.rt and dirk knives, tci if aors, sets of table cutlery; also, silver spectacles, tl.imhl.s pencil', tooth picks, |>icUI,- forks, plated earrings, chains, rings, lockets, eve glasses, motto seals, pocket hooks, serar rasi*, cork screws, kc. kc. S. J. NEU$TADT U BAk.NETT, m? Im* r 42 Maiden lane. ^sTTeWELLERhi. MINIATURE PAINTERS, ate. 1 C. k J. JJARTNETT, No. 2 Courtlandt street, nc ir Broadway, Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of Trave Iling, Writing, Dressing and J> wrl cases, miniature cases, *i <1 settings, flute, locket, watch, ring, and pin cases', cases for s(lrer piste, neatly arranged to oulcr. Also, trays made r.nd fitted to Jewellers' show cases, to contain watches, chaiw, nncs, keys, |dn?, thimldrs, pencils, kr. ke. ke. A variety of the abovu article! constantly on hand, and made to order, with iieatncsa and despatch. No. 2 Courtl indt street. New York. mil Im c R E MOVED.-TOLAi KE WALTER, *rrni and purmerpf TV the house ol Bercer Walter, the on) y ai iunfactory of Wat4h (Jlassci in K ranee, No. 27 Par-dis i'oiasounicre street. Park, has the houor of informing Mssrs. dealers in watch works, sad all aitirlcs conuecled with the line, at also Mssrs. dealers in cat glass, that their establishment of w itch glasses, cut glass, ggt nnd colored, fancy articles, lie. Ite. kc., has lately hern re moved from No 40 Maiden Lane, to| No. 90 William street, i Gentlemen desirous of purchasing fiom the only dc|mt of tgt fsctoty, nape at/ally invited to call at oar pttSidc^, where will be found an unrivalled aaaortmrnt of the above mentioned goods, which will be dis,<oacil of on the moat reaaunatae terms. m4 2m*t| NOTICES. KKtce or tmf Aiwin k tWiir.i-rc* K. R. Co. > " fianandairna, Jnnn 2. 1812. i \ Hemi Annual Dividend of Kive |>er Cent will be paid on the a. *. i apiUJ stock ol tnia Company on the first day of July next. Shareholder* whose Stock it registered in the City TransfVr Books of this CoMUVi will receive payment at the Bank of the State of New York, i? the City or New York; and those whose Stock it not registered in the City will be paid thetr Dividend .at thit Office. By under of the President and Directors. iejtojylr C11AB. SEYMOUR. Treasurer. XJOTICF. TO CLERKS, and all other peisons whose lm?iN uess raust t them to be e?nsUutly on their leet.?By calling St the old exclusive B >ot Store, HI Chttham-<(reci, they can b# accommodated with the invaluable article, ROGERS' METALIG ELASTIC HEEL BOOTS, warranted in every lenticular, and at the same price of the ordinary Boot. The fill lowing its some of the unity advantages the Elastic Harls hate over every other kind ; First?The elasticity adds greatly to the durability of the Boot. Secondly?Th< y mike no noise in walking ii|>on the pave', in-nt. Thirdly?Tlicv prevent Boots from running down to the licel. Fourthly?They enable the wearer to waJk with ranch le?s fatigue. Fifthly?Tin y do not cut or tear cerp*ts as do Iron or nailed heels. Siath'y?They ran be worn with comfort by those having tender feet. Asntoal, constantly on hand all kinds of Boots at wholesale an l retail at raai'ntVtorer'a prices. jr6lm*c itut. umnIoiuch malTOn^ .La BURR, JONES k < O., 112 Broadway, corner of John a'.rcet, N, Y., are prepared to engrave all kind* of Maps, Clnubi, Pima and Sufeye, or any work of that elav, in the most be*irifnlatVlCt with unparalleled repedition, and a' prices far lie low those ciiarged for similar work etecord by hand rngrWiuyc?the cost of fine iteel or coivper plates not exceeding Lithographic wot*. N. D.?Specuaans of the work done by the Omnigrapli can b? e?sm?> d al rhc ofllec in nnvsdway. mojglmr PIANO FORTES "VfANUFACTUREr) by A. H. OALtfc CO..UuN. V -i" Piano Fintc f o.? Purrhatcra are in?i:rd to ei >nnnr their rnrnttre ?tnck before putrhuimre We where, at their Manufactory and War* Rooms, Third Aveune, corner of Thirtreinh ?: rrf t. N. B. Pricea I" anil Ihr timre. j?| |m PIANO FORTES. OOFTHEHN IlEAl.ElttJ at i!t -i-.ruwete if. .irrally will Had O it to their ndrantaffr to rail a; J rtmtltee a r*r>k? .iMrrim<?it of the al?vre article, romjairtiit a renctr old and iciarea, of rnaew nod and intdiouiny, Willi a'ruaJ rtlinn. rcrofl (lands, and nery modrro iinpro? juesJ. Inoar luatraitenu are warranted In he etjual to auy ii It* c/t V, Vk! mil he a >11 at the l<>w. set poaaible pnoea for oath, at the mart tl tetr", 41 W??t Fofrteeoth afreet, between Fifth ?o t f*?at? arriicti y. B.?Piano Kcrtm lor A tfoxi uarwln.' at of ?*.afi? Fmlea lot hire at the mai n factory " Int uKENi H Rest m ra n i ^ i S S. r the Cnatom H .nar.-J. BONNARl) St P. DKI.AMOTT.E hate tlv honor to inform Uxor arqiiaintanca and the |mblicTn senpial, that th' V IwrtaHnl to their old estihliahmcnt, known for npwatda of two yeara und< r the firm of J. Boniurd, the gr. at HiltHtn on th" firat floor of th* ?ame houae, ami Kara l|raide* arranged aryaral V*aer Saloona for the accommodation ?if yritr-te yariie* .uid aociety dinnrwa. ?... I.,, *utorrtfN lor UtniKrtaliil Nnnper* in an\ mrt of the i ny. * fln;<in? ?nd'n ihr iipn*r .fori-, of ii,? ??m? I.<>.?,. may ha I of llirm it \er\ tiioflerat# rent*. Ir| jn, r ( tOHIORA HON NOTK K - v' i ?Iir or proprrtj- fur impniH l??i mil irhr |.,v. .i ( oWirjrirriPo ?t ll.e Cilv I I'll of Ihr- . itv of New York On tm* &tli day of Junr n#?t, at Ifothfk, noon ami bf c?\ tutted from day to ?!%>- until llw whole of the mid nm petty sh*?l ? * hit and that the detailed statement of the Utea Id prwvrty to r??? m.IU i* puM mIh-I in the \fw JCrt, a printed ami )ninti?h*d m tfc t?ty of New Yoffc? - AI'FREl* A fMirfl. Comptr r.llir. romptroIWi'. Olner. April w,, 18?. * ? UwMwiltj.r li AOS?IW IiaIo* Krirl'?h H |?- ,TW-P^14 J'7 c 1XRSSK fc BROOKS, 61 LiUr.y ,1. .J* / u: / ,i iii'i'Nr. ^li > i | in II ~n Tr r E NE1 N | / TRIAL OP If COL. MONROE EDWARDS, ! ff FOR POIlliEUY. 1 Court of Oyer uud Tcrralurr. 1 Before Judge Kent anj Aldermen Balis and lint field. Sr.coto D*r. i Wednesday, June tl. The avenues to the Court room were crowded long liefore the hour appointed to open the court, but the arrangement* mail* were such as to prevent any very greet coafusion. The ollicers attending on the court, particularly Relyea mid Colvin, nilurdiug every assistance toeuch perilous as had a right to entrance within the lair, end indeed bring " indrtatisahl t' in preserving order. At a lew minutes before lOo'clock, his honor Judge Kent entered, and at 10 o'clock the Aldermen having arrived,(the court wat opuued with the usual formalities. When the door was opened, the rush to obtain an entrance was so great as to nearly overthrow tho othcers in charge of the door, and after every seat was occupied there was still an immense crowd outside, who would htve got in if they could. Colonel Edwards entered in custody of officer Colvin at 10 o'clock, displaying the mm rkutancf so conspicuous ill hit deportment, and taking his seat at the foot of the table appropriated to hi* counsel, commenced reading a letter, displaying a smile on his countenance several times, us if it whs something that highly amused him. After waiting a few moment* till the wrival of the counsel on both sine*, His Honor said Gentlemen on either side, nine of the Jurors have requested that they may be allowed to proceed home for one hour in the custody of an officer, and if no objection is made by the counsel on either side, f shall grant their Qp- ! plication. 1 suppose there will tie no objection. Mr. Evants?We have no objection, sir. Hi* Honor then directed nine officers to be sworn to proceed each with n juror to their homes, and to return within an hour, and stated that arrangement* would be made to nllow the Jurors to go home earn day in the morning, so as not to interfere with the sitting of the Court. The officers were then sworn, and left the Court with the Jurors in their charge. During the time the Jurymen were absent, Mr. Marshall sat lor some timo beside Edwards, conversing and laughing in a Tory l'amilinr manner. Monroe Edwards also talked with all his counsel at different times, apparently as unconcerned us if there was not a particle of evidence to identify him with the John P. Caldwell who had presented the drafts and cheeks at Baltimore. Among the spectators were John Anihon, Aaron Vanderpoel, the Kindorhook Roarer, Col. Webb of the Regular Array, and many others, some of greater, and others of lessee note. By mistake, we stated vestorday that Joseph R. Hart was counsel for the aliurift'of thjia citv, whereas he came from Philadelphia, and George V. Aileu, whom we stated to be of Philadelphia, is ol tlus city. At a few minutes past rluvcn His Honor and tho Aldermen returned into Court, the names of tho Juiors were called over, und having all answered to their names, the District Attorney called:? Jons H. Mostaoi e, who was sworn.?1 reside in Richmond, Virginia-, 1 am n clerk in the Exchange Bank; have no personal acquaintance with John P. Caldwell; u person of that name presented a chock or draft to me w hidli 1 delivered to Argcnti; this is the paper. It was presented Jnd Sentcmbcr, by a person purporting to be John P.Caldwell; it was not then endorsed ; he came in and I was dfcengaged at the. moment, and the teller refused to pay the check without reference, as he did not know the pertoti ; he said it would be a great deal of trouble, and staid thefe till the cashier arrived and paid it, 1 s?w him endorsu it; it was presented in tiie morning.? 11c was n.t asked where he lived; 1 saw the person yesterday in Court; that is the person (pointiiq? out Edwards, w ho bent over and spoke to Evarts.) Tile amount of it is $131 76; I saw him endorse it. Croit-fj-amincd?By Emmett?I had never seen tho person who presented the check before that time; I saw hifai about-JO minutes afterwards in another bank; I saw hitn about twenty minutes the first time and five the second; 1 remarked nothing, but lie was a gentleman of very pleasing manner; hu was dressed in a frock coat and grdy mixed pantaloons and black bat, which he did not talie off; I am inclined to think his whiskers were of a lighter color than now, and not so large. They appeared to stop at the jaw ; cant say what sort of a stock he had on ; his whiskers were dark brown ; hit whiskers now are black. I should say; I have not seen any description of his person in the papers; there may have been one published snortly after the discovery, but" don't know I read it; 1 was called on by Mr. Argeuti some few days alter the discovery of the lorgofy at Richmond ; Mr. Argenti is a gentleman hi employment of Brown, Brothers & Co.; don't know of what country he is a native; believe he is a foreigner, bkt neverhcard; Mr. Argenti called at the Exchange Batik and inquired of all of us what we knew : I endeavored to descrilx' him as near as I could; 1 liad conversations with other persons through the city of of Richmond ; I was asked if tlia Bank lind any thing to do with it; 1 said that a cheek had lmen paid, and described the person ; never saw Mr. Lowndes before I caifie here ; never was asked to go to Philadelphia ; never w|s called on by Mr. Brown ; the prisoner was not pointed out to me yesterday ; he was sitting where he is to-day J1 had understood he had shaved otf his whiskers?(A laugh) ?that was in UlnhmonH nr*/i I U?*.l ?.??soi ...1.. very much bleached by confinement. The District Attorney here interrupted Mr. Kmmett. Mr. E.umett?'Will you allow me to examine the witness, if you please ? Examination returned?By being bleached, I mean he was of n florid complexion before; when I kutv him in Richmond, he wu* much the same fcs now. I call him now n man of florid complcxiop. I have lormed my opinion of his identity from hie general appearance ; don't undertake to describe anything particu larin his appearance, or shape, or manner, but his general appearance. I have seen him twice before ; 1 have never had any cause to identify any person once presenting,a check. I do not undertake to say I should recognise any person who carac to present a check, but 1 should any m^n who carried on stich a conversation, in such t manner is he did, for such a time. I dont remember how long it was liefore I was called upon about this business ; it w as before hi* arrest. District Attorney?If the Court plcese, that wiudotv blows directly upon my neck. I would rather be lockdd up in a cell fcr six mouths than bear that for six hours. ' Hit Honor directed it to be closed, and another openefl. Crott examined by Emmett continued?I gave the same information I have given you to aid in the pursuit : 1 told them he was a tine looking genteel man ; I doii't remember describing his whiskers ; I gave same information I ha; e you ; can't undertake to say particularly what I said ; I am sure 1 said he had a frock coat and was a geptcel fine loosing man; I may have told them morn. Direct by District Attorney?Mr. Argenti came to sie if the draft had been paid ; lie had an interview with tge Cashier before I saw him ; 1 think he said my description tallied with those given before. Emmett?We don't want to know what hesnid. Examination resumed?My inters iew may haro be On five minutes in duration witu Mr. Argenti. The secodd time I saw John T. Caldwell was at the Bauk of Virginia at the teller's desk. I think he showed a letter when tie check was refused to be paid, which induced the cashier to pay it. It is a rule o* the bank to require a reference from strangers presenting checks. It is usual for persons so treated to remonstrate. He did not offer to refer to h>* hold keeper. The Virginia Bank i t diagonally opposite the one I am employed in. lie had the same dress on. Did not sec him receive money. Robert H. Maury, tworn and examined?I reside In Richmond. Engaged in the lottery ard exchange buiiikies. The firm is Maury It Parscfl, and J. W Maury bi Co., the first conduct exchange business, the second lottery. John P. Caldwell called on us on the -id September, to get us to negociate some checks unon different hanks Our others are both in one building. He said the banki In Richmond would not cash them. The amount of the drafts presented was about $3,000. Mr. Parsell was out when he camai u, and I asked him to take a seat and wait, and when Mr. Parsell came in, he agreed to negotiate them, and drew a check on the hunk. lie said he was a planter in Louisiana, and had come to buy slave* to get in his crop, and unless he sent thcni early his crop would be injured. He said he had received somewhere about $13,000 from Brown, Brothers k Co., as advances on some cotton which was or^ had lawn shipped to their ac- I count. Did not say whare tn. Did not name nny particular date thr.t be had received themoncv, hut satdinstesd 1 of sending funds he could use, they had sent clu-cks, which he was under the necessity of getting cashed; did ' not say where he got the money, but I understood nt j Alexandria. ITe was sitting during the conversation with his hat off; the time. 1 think, was nearly an hour that he ,1 was with me; did not see him again nntifycsturrlay. 1 enrtio into Court, and li nking round, having been told he whs < outside.and going into that corner,the north west, I recognised him sitting there. That is thi man. He warne* pointed i out to me; the information I received was that hi was out^f i the room i the one hour spoken of w as the whole time c?i- ' nloyed cashing the check; can't undertake to describe I his "whiskers then; 1 saw he had whiskers; t recognise him from general appearance; suw him endorse the < checks, but could not swrar to the signature; < 1 was sitting down; did not hring the check 1 which wns drawn for them ; this is one of the I checks; 1 did not see him endorse it, but saw him writing, 1 and afterwards saw the hills endorsed: he was asked to I endorse them; 1 had not noticed whether they were ?jn- ' dorsad before. Crotn y.raminrH?By Emmet?'This happened on the ' $1 September, from comparing the entries, fin going to ' l;?nk I fciiind thesc checks put to our credit that day, nltd >iw; ??? |wn to the bank shortly alter we ro;< ived ! them. There were four check*. One is (or 1,036 OH on Petersburg. " " l,il*4 3a nn Krndcricksburg. " ao.'? on Norfolk. " " 361 67 on He was about an hour in ronversatinn. soma time bet<We dinner ; bank hours are from 0to a, and it was before the bank closed some time; I cant say what time , but abotit H or I o'clock, in thn neighborhood of 13 o'clock I should think; did not go nut during the conversation; I was mitt ell at the time; he w as drr?ard In light colored or ?ky blue pantaloons, dark vest, and dark colored coat, whk-k I think tvasa frock, but am not sure; I think black, but it wit* ? dark one; did not particularly notice hit whiskctx, hi* whiskers then were not a* largo as they arc now; they I were dark whiskers; I did not notice thein particularly; i could not be an honr in company with a man with *ufh 1 whisker* as those and not notice them; did not notice th|m i particularly . I noticed that he ' w hiskers. UmmhIH iin K|i)?';ir< -i in !.' Hi good color, dark; mora inr line Tt-> fair than lirunn ; Iin hail hi< hat off; the distance hotu^n ' Hiehmond ami Bait more i? 100 or IT# milea ; it take* a <kv l to travel it ; you travel by ateamlmat nxt.-va mil*. nfc'e ' by taf.the remainder by rail road ; you leave Washington at twelve o'clock in the *7, ml get in then- at night; I 1 I mean about twelve hours by a day ; it would trke a little more than twelve hours; you would get in about ' 1 W YO EW YORK. THURSDAY seven or eight o'clock ut night; including the sixteen ileal liy steamboat and niuc by stage, it will take about nine or ten hour* from Washington to Richmond ; don't know how iwaiiy hours from Baltimore to Washingtoa. (Or, ova llorrMaK. It is aliout two hours.) y.raminnlian rmiu.rJ?There was no mode by w hich ho rould have left Baltimore the morning of hii interview w ith mo, and nrrived in Richmond in timu to see me. lie must have left t o-li.reeding night. I w as first applied to ' an this subject ui. the last ot September or first of October, by Mr. Parsoll my partner. I bad been up in the west #f Virginia, and lie w rote to inn that an agent of Messrs. Drown, Brothers k ( i , ha t called about the drafts of Jne. P. Caldwell, and asking m<- to describe him. I did so in a letter. 1 have since s.u-n that letter : I have not got it hcrt; ! it contained the suine orscriptiou 1 have given you?that | he was a genteel well Jr< >?cd man. I did not lurntieii Ins i whiskers or hidcomple vion in that hitter, lla.l no imprt* km about the appearance of liis whiskers when I wrote j that letter, otheru isu tlruii that he had whiskers. The ; uext application was made thia day two weeks through Mr. rlendeuniug and Mr. Lowndes. Mr. t'lendenning keeps the Washington Hotel at Richmond, and does not live ut Washington , lie said he was lequcstrd to applyby Mr. Lou te es w ho bad called at my oince, and I had gone home, lis had said to my Clerk, that if 1 could recognize Ml. Caldwell, he would lie glad ifl would come on to New Vorlt to aiteno the trial ; Mr. CU-ndennilig raid the same the next morning ; l)r. Brack in worth abo said ho thought it was my ilut;, ifl thought 1 could recognize the man, to come on; Mr. Lowndes had been talking to him about it. By Dutbici A iTorm:i? I saw the funds paid Caldwell, nnd think they were all of the Bunk of Virginia, in liunilieds?tha: is my impression. We hesitated taking the checks, and lie pulled out a letter, and a dd, " her? is a let- ' ter from Brown. Bioheia k Co., which enclosed thu | checks." I did nut read the letter I think the checks hsd j been otfered previously to my seeing the letter. By Mr. Emmutt - It is merely my impression that ?he hills were hundreds Bv Distkict AiTors?r?Tliey were certainly ol' the 1 Bank of Virginia. * ' Mr. Ocoik.k F- A 1.1.t;v heru read the following depo- I litions :? i The People v*. .Voido. E'livard*.?Deposition of John i B. Smith, a witnin jirolura), sworn onJ examined dt 1 bent ease on the part ol tho I >. < , in certain causes peild- ] ingin the Com t of Oyer and i ] tinner in and for the city nnd county of New York, whei i thi people of the State I of New York are plaintiffs and or.toe Edward* it de- t fend ant, taken pursuant to an orilct rv irby the said Court < in the said ranges, on the twenty-cign'n Jay of t thousand eight hundred and forty.two:? " t City and county af tfeu< York, it.?Jo n B. Smith being duly sworn and examined, snith :?Thai lie resides in Honrico county, Virginia, nlsnit n mile from Il.rhmord -, acted t in thocaparity ol assistant teller in tho piece of the assit. t int teller in his absence. Thuro is a pay ing teller, receiving teller, Hiid un assistant teller , the last assists hotli t the others. That wittiest acted in this capacity Ironi about : first of August to about litli or JOlli of September, lsll. That four chvckl marked hy His Honor William Kent, Es<l.. I). E. F. and ti were presented at the Farmers' Bank | of Virginia, in Richmond, on the lecoiul day of Sep! em tier ' 1941, by a genttemnn w ho purjiorted to be John P. Cakl- I weil; witness does not know w hother tliey were endorsed t at the time thev were brought to the bank, that witness doee not know from his own knowledge that the checks ] iii ti. |nutJi um.ui. AivMnmiu uiui u iMiumr ioe paving toller at the said luink, that Archibald Blair hand- , ed Kui h checks to witness, lor the purpose of charging them on the hooka, and charging the amount to the draw ] er of the cheek ; that witness did charge them ; that the , following is a copy ol' thu entry made by the witness in j said book , Thursday, Sept-2, 1341. | A. Warwick Si Co 3(H) do 47 30 i do ii3 l>2 R. B.-Maxell Si Co 2*13 39 I A. Vuughau Si Co 730 , A. Tompkins Si Co 1-00 H. H. Perkins k Co 133 73 ] J. I). VermilyeaSiCo tooo That the last four entries were (hen made in relerriicc to the checks in question, and in witness' handwriting, , opd denote that the checks were paid bv the teller. Thul | the won] "puid" written in red on said cliecks is in witness1 handwriting, and was made on (he said 2d day Sept. 1811. That Archibald Blair is not in Richmond, Virginia, and is ill bad health, and quite ill the day before I left Rich mond; [28th May instant, I left Richmond] so much so us to have to go home from the Bank with chills and fever; was too ill to leave Richmond, or oven to attend to his duties at the Bank. (Signer') J. BURTON SMITH. Being cross-examined by the counsel for the prisoner, the witness deposed ns follows :?Never sow the gentleman who presented the checks referred to in the examination in chief before ; am not certain that I saw him that day ; do not know that 1 ever saw him ; can't say at whut tlu m the checks werejpnseuted, excepting that I suppose these to have been early in the day, because the banking hours commence at 9 o'clock, A. M-, ami by th- regular course of business the checks arc charged soon after they are paid ; cannot say of my own knowledge or remembrance at what time the checks were presented. Being asked if he has ever seen Monroe led wards, the prisoner, he says that he docs not know that lie ever litis ; my only reason for supposing that the person who presented the checks, purported to be J. P. < ieldwcll, is that by the regular course of business at the Bunk, and by tho rule of the Bank, it is the duly of the paying teller not to pay checks, except with the endorsement of tho jierson who presents them, 1.1. checks payable to order; 1 do not ofmy own knowledge know whether these checks were presented by one person or another, by a man or by a boy-" Sworn before me, this 31 st day of May, 1813. WILLIAM KENT, Circuit Judge. (Signed) J. BURTON SMITH. Oyer and Tiirmixer?Citv a.xd Corfu* or Nr.w York:? The People e?. Monroe Edwards.?Deposition of Richard Archer, a witness produced, sworn, and examined de henr esse on the part ot the people, in certain causes pending in the Couit of Oyer and Terminer in and for the city and countv of New ^ ork, wherein the People of the Stnte of New York are plaintiffs, and Monroe r-dwards Is defendant: taken pursuant to an order made by the said Court in the said cause, on the 23th day of May one thousand eight hundred and forty-two. City and County of Sew York, ss.?Richard Archer being duly sworn, ilrposcth and saith.Thathc resides in the Cpunty of Chesterfield, Va., opposite Richmond; is the first teller in the Bank of Virginia, Richmond, that cheeks produced by thu witness, and maiked by his Honor, Wm. Kent, Esq., Circuit Judge, ABAC, were presented bv an individual lor payment, on the ?ccond Hoy "of Sept. IMl, at the Bank of Virginia; that that individual called himself John P. Caldwell, and in presence of the witi.m, endorsed the checks with the name "Jno. P. Caldwell;" that the check* were then paid in hank notes, in notes of the Banks of Virginia,but what particular lianka witness don't remember; that deponent means by " Banks of Virginia," the Bank of Virginia and its branches, the Farmers' Bask of Virginia, and the Exchangr Bank of Virginia, and their branches. (Signed.) RICHARD ARCHF.R. Being cross-examined by the counsel (or the prisoner, the witness further deposed,?Docs not recollect the time of day at which the individual ruferrcd to ( in the examination in chief, presented hlmsell at tb<Bank of Virginia, except that it was between nine A.M. and 3 P.M, those being the hanking hours; never su-v lhat gentleman before that time; never hare ?een him since cannot say whether I should be able to identify the gen- ( Lleman or not ; took no special notice of his appearance ; being asked if he lias ever seen Monroe Edwards, witnn \ says, never to my knowledge; that is any person calliag himself by that name. Sworn to before me this 31st day of May, IBM. Signod, RICHARD ARCHER, Signed, WILLIAM KENT, Circuit Judge. Johx L. Cer.xdxxxtini being sworn, savs?I reside in Riclimond; don't know nny person named John P. Cahl- I well nor Monroe Edwards; a person named Ctildw ell ar. I rive J in Richmond about 11 o'clock at night on the 1st of I September and put up nt the Washington Motel, which I kevp; he had some baggage with a porter,fie came in as i persona usually do and registered his name; he wrote his < name in the l ook; I hav c the look here; it Is entered on 1st September; Caldwell, l.a. is entered; the usual train * came in from Frcdorlckshtlrg, which la one. route from I Washington; 1 have aecn lhat person since; I see him now; thai is the man (pointing to F.d wards, who locked at him 1 steadily w ill.cut changing a muscle); there was no one in i company v.ith him; hrd no particular conv trralion with ' him he asked me w here the lionks were the next morning, an I 1 told him on Main ft root: this was between " aniljl i l o'clock, refer ?aw him be tore that nipbt; he remained j i two nights aa l one dav; he 1 rcakfai'ed about half-past i ! lorea; don't recollect wnctbcr lieaupDe I; can't slate the i pxnct lime he risked the question, lilt t think It won n>mn time before 0 o'clock; can't **y whether he left the hotel immediately. Dinner hour i? half pent l-vo, he we* in ?t dinner. I >aw him between dinner nnd tee: a ommon conversation paaaed, which I do not rememberlont remember any other convrnation with him . he loft :he morninr of the id. before 1 wa* op ; ! understood abont ronr o'clock ; did not tell me he wu going ; sent for hi* bill. Haw him again in the Tomb*. The regular mail rain of cur J leave* for Fiedericksburg. coming north gain. Croit rramintd by F.??hh? There wa* a man named pilaris at my home on the 1st September. I raw him at linner on that day. Don't recollect any particular conraraation with him. Have leen him liefore. Knaw him personally. He doe* not live in my t eighhorhood. Donl recollect whether a man name I Barclay wa* at my house. Don't know when he cntne, how long he *tai<l,or when he went away. The lat Saptemher wa* the first day I entar ed on the hoteL Don't know Mr. Barclay.. I may hava ?een him before. (The book wa* ahown w itne?* w'lth the name in it, hot lie **id he could not recollect him.) The nitwit? jbiiics vim^ut i? nm c uu vac itvu r?rpi?-iiiurr. lie p came at night. Can't tell when he left; how long he t ataid, whether 1 had wen him before er not, or whether I n should know him again, or whet aort of a man he waa. or r how he w?a dreiaed and whether he had whlakera, or whiu- a ker* under the chin. The nam* of Daniel Pollock ia alao r here on the 7th April. K aimilar rourae ol croaa-eiami- * nation w.ia p\irawed by Mr. F.vtirta, but the w itnina rould a not reme.niber anything ahout him. Tlria oceaaioneil a good teal of mirth among the apec?ator* from the rapidity ol the ? inratioua.and the anawt r? all lieing in the aame strain t I 'ont know can't tell?can't aay?and Mich like. On r Wednesday, May llth, in thia year, the name of Jumna lohnaon waa found, but the witneaa hail no recollection t 11 hntaver of the poraon. I dont know what the average r

"imh?i ofpertona Mopping at my hotel la in a month; you ? will ace by the reflate" r By Judge KraT. Anawer, Mr. Clett tinning. Ii Tour hotel a place doing a large hnaineaa ? u WitMM?|t j, pratty goo<l, ah-; aometimea 10,|and (? sometimes j in a day. \1 RK B MORNING. JUNE 9. 184: Bv Evaets -The first timr I saw CalJwcIl after, was at he Tombs, about the lust of October or first of Novuuiber-; had been on a visit U the North, and was returning ; I vent to Mr. Loivndus' ottice to see him , my own notion,; had a curiosity to see the gentleman, and I haJ met -Vr. trgvliti ; 1 first saw Mr. Argcnti the day I saw- Mr. Kdvards in the Tombs, In the streets ; I hull seen him before ,t my house in Richmond between the 00th and 05th Sc|trmber ; he enquired atiout Mr. Caldwell ; don't recollect he conversation ; he inquired whether CalJwi 11 leal taid there, ami I told him he had;he asked for hit descripion ; can't remember what description I gave him ; liawe cud some descriptions ol prisoner in the papers; 1 don't reollocttbe description thai wits given; it wai a very short imc; 1 saw the prisoner in the Tombs,in the retl; 1 went in done; Mr. Lowndes did not go in. 1 passed th.c con.piimeids If the day with Mr. Caldwell; I told him I had come outef uriositj to site if he wits the person called Caldwell; don't -emember whether he wis standing or sitting ; I told lim he was the man; he thanked ttefor my candor; don't 'ecollect saying to the prisoner that lie locked very muoh ike the man w no had stopped at my house ; did not say I :ould not tell whether hu w as the man; as near as 1 cqu ecollect, 1 said I had coine out of curiosity to see u man :alled Caldwell or E lwaids, who had staid at my house, mil that I thought he was the man ; I noticed that he was i man of dark complexion ; did not notice any difference nvhis dress; his whiskers are altered a little in shape 1 ih'ould judge; they did not cover the chin asmtichat my louse as w lien 1 saw film at tin. Tombs ; 1 think they did tot cover his chin ai nil; did not notice whether this whiskers w ere young or eld. The prisoner smiled ut his as if much amused. Direct > > returned District Attoenkv.? rhis vras the first day 1 had takni the house. Mr. Caws'ell was the first man who registered his name after I iime inio tut: house, a:vl I noticed Itim more particularly r.i that account, and renumbered it ever since. I some, .itne* don't see number* who register their names; I had icon a hoarder in 'he house before 1 hoc ante owner. Br Kvahts?There wore several who had registered heir names that day. I first had an impression that list man who staid at mv house was engaged in this fraud from wlint : saw in the newspapers. My partner said very probably his was the man, and 1 said I thought it was. ft might be bout the doth September, and J remembered there had >t'cn n men there of that name. Don't know whether my partner rcmcmbere! the man or not. Thebook was here shown by the witness to the jury, and he explained thr he tirst names were copied from heol t lawk, some of them being transient customers, aird >thor? boar l ux. Caldwell w as the first new customer I iad *, the liest proprietor gave up on the last day of August; here was no arrival on the 1st September but Mr. Caldwell. Dtstsict Attosxev?Those marked B, breakfasted, und hose marked D, ilinntrrd?1 mean dined w ith you ! Wits r.i*?Yes, 'ir; butthoy are all regulur iKiurdem Jl'Dcr. Kf.ut?Hero is a letter to ono of the Jurymen ; here is no objection to his reading it, and sending an anitver, as it lion private business. District Attoiitkt?"We have no objection, sir. The letter was understood to convey intelligence to tjie person it whs addressed, of the delivery of his wife of her ' first born," and occasioned u good deal of mirth among ill present, ono lawyer saying he must be a " happy man ;o bo so situated." (JcoR'tK Baona was thou called and sworn?I reside in Baltimore; 1 am not a member of the firm of Brown Brothers and Co.; wdtWO and a half years ago. 1 was littiug in my counting house, a the gentleman carne jn atiout 11 o'clock on :)lst August, when no oue w aa there out myself; I turned round,ansl thugentleman said hisinitio ivas Caldw ell, and he had weuu transactions with the fitm in New York, and that the 15 ink had refused to cash tlniir . huck lor f10,000 ; 1 knew that the house was about making an advance on 1000 bales of cotton incidentally, Si said if it would lie of any use to him I would go to the Bufck md say so for him; I could not then identify him, because I had not seen him before. He observed tirat it would lose lime, and be inconvenient for him to go to Congreasjto tee members who knew him, and I took my hut and wont with him ; he did not then show me any pa|>ers, but 1 knew that thl; advuuee was to be made ; the house in New York had written to me to know about Maun*<]11, White Si Co., audi sent word that they ware highly respectable , we walked up together, but he kept a litile behind me ; I went up to the Bank of Baltimore, and we ?i,? r..l<i.i ij . i ^4.1^.1 0.1 i ......I I identify hini, and be toot a letter out of hia pocket, which I did not read? [Colonel Htoml here entered.]?but 1 immediately laid it was a genuine one; there win an ac count current with the list of drafts, and as 1 knew that the h-tter was a genuine one, I said that I should ]>uv the draft if it was presented to me, and Mr. Jamieson said he was satisfied, and paid it; this gentleman had told me he Was Irom Louisiana, und I aaw another gentleman whom I knew came from Louisiana, und 1 asked him.? Mr. Kmc it?Stop, Sir. Diitsict Atto?nisi ? Let him go oa. Mr. Emmktt?Stop, Sir. Distkict ATTou-sr.v?Have you made inquiries about Mr. Caldwell from persons belonging to Louisiana. Mr. Kxacr r?Wo object. After a little discussion the question was waived by tho District Attorney. Here Senator Nicholas entered and tools a seat. next saw the prisoner in the Court Foiise in Philadelphia, and the momentl laid my eye* upon hii> I knew he was tho man; he was pointed out to me as a person who had been arrested for this offence ; I went to see if 1 could recognise the person who had lieen in my office! I thought it wan the man as soon as I saw him and'when ne rose up I was sure of it ; I heard him speak in the Mayof's office, New York, and it was the same voice; my eyesight is not very good, but I have no doubt that ilthe'ma'n. Croireramintd by Mr. Evart.?My firm is Alexander Drown It Hons ; we have correspondence with Drowjn, Brothers & Co. I am engaged in tne exchange husiuesp ; there was occasionally adventures in which both houfie* have an interest. 1 In-came acquainted that they wgre making this advance from their writing to inquire alsfut the standing of Maunsel, White iiCo. This was about a month before I saw Mr. Caldwell. I know n reward was offered of $6000 for his apprehension, by Brown, Brothers, iiCo. It was offered fornix apprehension ; I don't knew whenit was payable. 1 don't know whethertheadvertiiement contained a description of his person ; 1 endrxvoncj to assist in his apprehension ; I liave not omployed perstfns to search for Caldwell. George W. Brown was engaged as a lawyer to assist in endeavoring to annrehend him : lie ha> employed persons to March for him-, I don't know hiw much he paid. I have asked several persons to go on (to Philadelphia a* witnesses ; 1 asked Mr. Ing* for one. did not ask any of the firm of Ludlow, I'm null It Co. I was not present at the examination in Philadelphia. I lad gonu to Philadelphia to a funeral, when the prisoner was l>ointcd out to me. 1 was in the Court room ai>oHt an hopr; was not roquested to be a witness then ; w as not in Coart ban Mr. lug was examined. The examination had bden concluded belore I saw him ; when I recognized the pr^oncr I was shoot as far from him as 1 am now. 1 had glares on ; 1 am sometimes at a loss to recognize people across a room ; I occasionally pass mv acquaintance in the strict withoutJMMpillag1 was incoropany with Mr. Caldw ell on the 31st August about ten minutes altogotlir, five minutes in my oHicu, and live minutes in the Bankf? lie introduced himself to me, as Mr. Caldwell; 1 ddn't know whether he introduced hi inn If as Mr. Jno. I', aid. well or not. I understand there is a civil suit ponding regarding the money obtained from Browu, Brothers U Cp., commenced by them. District Attoinet.?We object to this evidence, if the Court please. Mr. Kv?ht??1 wish to prove what anticipation tlie witness has in this suit. Judge Kent.?Go on, sir. Witness.?I had no interest in causing the suit in Philadelphia, further than in obtaining such evidences* Brown Brothers St On requested me; I nevur went to Philadelphia from Ballimorein relation to that suit; I did not observe Mr. Caldwell any further than his general appearance, lie liad I think a Idack coat on, audi think was aliout my height; I thought he was about 3J years of age ; If I ware irked if some of my most intimate friends had whisker* I :ould not tell, I think he hail whiskers but I did not notice; when the discovery of the lraud was mndn I endeavored <? recollect all about him as well as I could ; I speak from he general impression he made when he came into my ofIco, sat down, got up and w ent into the hank with me. Mr. Hanson was called, but no answer was returned, ind the officer at the door was told to enquire il he was Itttskde. He shortly made his appearance. Jaws W. Hanson was sworn, and told to he soated while thay examined another witness who wished to go tway. Roarer Mtcai.r., sworn.?I am cashier of tho L'nicn U?nk of .Maryland, in Baltimore ; this cb'-ck is signed by - it wnttfi by one of tM clerki: it is all corrttt 'runj an naaminntimv of the hooka ; tliU check was iwert'rd and pr id nl lha bank,as I have certified hero; it wn* >aid by the teller ; I only know It by the book"; it tea* vain by the flratte'let in the until manner, in th . fundi of he hank. Jchm W. H vssots?I shall be 1# neat July. I reside in Jiltimorc. 1 am clerk to Johnston It Son, Exchange dealtrs. 1 was at thcoffico on the .11 at August, and Mr. Johntone had a money tranaaetlon in my presence on that day. letwern nine and ten o'clock a mo-son, calling himtelf lohn P. Caldwell, presented a check ; Mr. lohnttone a?kcd f I'll name waa Caldwell : he said It WM ; he told him it vas enstomnry not to pay draft* to strangers without relrr nee. 11' said he did not know any ene in tor, c, bnt hnd i?d Iransactiom with Brown, Rrotncri, It Co. Mr. Johntone asked the iioekkeeper if the drill waa right, and ound it was the exact balance of the account; he then pfcid t; ! hare that draft; 1 handed him a pen to endorse it; I lid not see it again until night; 1 don't know whether it vhs endossod previously or not, hut suppose not. It su mid. lie asked for Virginia money,hut said ha would prider y>ld to purchase negroes, and Mr.Johnstone said lie would yt as much as he conld, as it wes very scarce, and ho ufUhn office; the check is for $4f>4 43; I was In when heronmed. and asked forthe gold : I went to the lower office vherelhe money was counted ont, and he refused part, vhieh waa in aovereigna, and said he wanted Ameriaan told; the whole amount was nlwuit s>Wfln: the American fold ?m *1410, which we gave him and he paid for ft itnd hie premium and rcqnested a bug. which I handed to lilm, ind he put the Hold in and led the ottice : the hag Waa narked with the mark oftho house, J k LEE; I mark them ill nryaelf lie put the moner in thu hag ; 1 next nw that nan in Philadelphia ; I sec him now, that la the man ; I lioald know the Img again; it I* made of linen ; it wal a hot bug. The nuriii r Atnuatt handed him two bag* and Mk d him to look and nee If either of them was the hag. This i? the one, holding it up j these are mjr narks. Monroe Edward* and hi? Counsel appeared rather starIrd at thia, and avrhangnd anxious looks? Edward's !|px rioving rapidly, with what appeared to be an invoiiiat.p-y notiou, although not a muscle of his fact otherwise tired Wrrarss?I can distinguish my own marking from tier |*'rson? . when Caldwell whs nuestloned abort', re rencr, he sai l he knew no one, lull had had transactions 'iU* Brown, Brother* k Co,, and ;?howed several other jgWMNflv' Ili'MMtKW?iI JtjyI.WW i IWII^W1 IMMMHIIIW iflMM 1 1MB dJ'J ii,4H AilOt 'Hik, | I ' L Jii H A. 2. draft* i it wai paid liini, as it w a* the exact balance ; 1 recuguu'-d the prixouar a* soon a* 1 taw lum in Philadelphia. Crotvtxaminrd By Mr. Mihihai.l?Have not seen this liai; from that da\ till now ; it w a* described to mo iu Ph ludclphiii, hut not that J Sl LI".K w as printed, merely that it hud ill mo marks on it ; it lias not been described to me ; it ha* been said tuch u bag wm found in Mr. Ed Yards' possession; it wax said that n bag marked J. St Leo tvni found with gold' in it ; 1 wm not examined in Philadelphiai I wax inforinud by a ml LMona that 1 should bo n witness at New Yo li/ Mr. George Brown, of Baltimore, is the first pernio with whom 1 convorsed alanit coming here. I don't ree illact talking with any other person on this subject. 1 talked to Mr. Brown in'Baltimore. I don't know that 1 uu\ e conversed with any one eh*. 1 have not talked to au- one to-day uluiit it. The subpo-na did not say any thing alioilt the hag. I did not know what sort of a bag it w as pat ticnlarly. it has not been described to mo individually. Mjikhiul-Has it been described to you collectively. ( laugh.). Mhrstii?It was said to me ul Philadelphia that there w?; inch a bug. There are other hags of this sort to put coin in. Perhaps about fifty. Some marked ami some not. I have marhsd them all. We have had dealings with the Custom House and they never returned the bags without thev were marked. I marked them all. The lings generally returned to us if not sant out of the city. Thenwas no understanding at the custom house that the lings should all he returned to us. I banded the bag its n matter of eoiirse to a customer. There was uo understanding that Mr. Caldwell was to return it. It was done n> n favor. We may have done it to other*. 1 can't nay that thla was the only bag that wns never returned. Can't say it is not. All bags we loan in the city we expect them to returnto us. It may have happened that other bag* havo been given. I described the bug by the mark J k L K F., and not by the number. Mr. WniTiNn here assisted the witness in framing hi* an-wer. Mr. Marshall I do protest against Mr. Whiting answering the questions. Mr. Emmitt We want to obtain the answer from the witness. The District Attorxkv.?I submit to the protest, and pretest against Mr. Marshall repeating the answer, unless he reiieat it ull and correctly. Judge Kknt.?Now we will proceed correctly. Put your question, Mr. Marshall. Witness.?1 did not reeoUect tho No. 13 was on the bag. 1 have examined the bags at home, so that I might compare them with tile one (expected to see here. I did not count them; I don't know whether all the bags arc there now that were when this man called; I hud no doubts of my capacity to identity this bag. 1 went to examine the other bags to show it to Mr. Ilrown, not to enable me to identify it. tThis contradicts the evidence given butamoment before by the witness.] I have been with Johnson and Lee about eighteen months! 1 do not recollect getting a new supply of bugs, I don t know that all the hags are there now; I don't know that the legs wore mark.yl before I went. They may have been murked before, hut 1 think not. They were not marked ut all that | know of; that hag was not marked before 1 marked it; I marked the hags because we wanted them to be brought back. They were not new bag*. Thoy may have been there when I went, but 1 don't know. I don't think any new bags have been got since 1 went there, and I dont know that any have been lost. They were marked and numbered, so that 1 might know them again. No one told me to mark the bags. They were undftr my care, and I marked and numbered them to prevent them being lost; but I never took particular notice whether any were lost or list, The number never decreased much.? I never counted them. Looked at them in a lump. They were received by whoever was there, and thrown umoag the others. I dont know that there arc half a or a dozen lings lost.; don't know whether the bags are numbered or not; dont think 1 have numbered any since this was marked, but cun't say positively; 1 first mentioned the circumstance of the bug last fall; 1 think to Mr. Lowndes, before the trial at Philadelphia; Mr. Brown has nut suoken about it until lately; Caldwell put the gold into the hag himself; I gave htm the bag be counted the gold in tho room: the draft was endorsed; I saw him put the gold in the bag; 1 brought the bag; I did not examine the mark of the bag; I gave it to Caldwell; I can t say whether it had any mark on it or not; I know the bag* were generally marked J Ic LEE, but there might be some which were not marked, and / did not notice whether the hag J gave Caldwell wae marked at all or not. I did not know till this morning that this bag had that mark. The District Attoeret objected here to the courae of thu examination. Mr. Marshall said he threw himself on the Court, and thought lie should refute what the witness said wheu he doubled on him. Jciiiii. Kr\r?I have not noticed that the witness has doubled on you. The whole Held of enquiry is open to you, Mr. Marshall, to arrive at the truth. Witness?I did not know how that was marked till I saw it this morning; I rceollect marking it; I can tell by the marking it is my doing. Bv a Jc una?1 know now that is tlia bag 1 gave to Caldwell; I did not know before. By the District Attorney?I know I gave a bag of Johnstone Sc. Letts to him, and have described it by saying that it would have the mark of Johnstone &. Lee. I don't know that this is the identical bag that I gave Caldwell, hut it is one of Johnston St Lee's; 1 recollect Mr. Caldwell's person, and kn?w him when I first saw him ; don't remember when the bugs were brought in ; to secure their return from the Custom House, I marked and numbered them from one upward* consecutively ; I first learned of the hag in the Court in I'hiladelphia, Thu Court adjourned for one hour. Avternoon Session. Mr. Brown recalled?Had learned a negotiation was to tike place between our house in N.Y. andCaidwell,through a letter from them, which I answered. Two letters shown to witness. Witness?These ureboth written by my partner in answer to those letters. They wrote me bclbrw I saw Caldwell ut all. These letters are of the 'Jrtth and 29th of .illgust, answering those of the 24th and 26th of August,? They nrc letters of Alexander Blown It Sons. Letters marked A No. 2 and A No. 3. District Attorney produced the Commercial Advertiser with the advertisement offering a reward of {>10,0110 on Sept. 26th by Edgar Corrie, jr. and Brown, Brother* St Co. 10,(Hit) Dollar* Reward. Whereas a person representing himself to be Johnl P. Caldwell, has. by means of forged letters of credit obtained upwards of {.'jh.OOO from each of the subscribers, notice is hereby given that the above reward will lie paid on recovery of the money, or in proportion for any part of the same. Signed, BROWN, BROTHERS Sc CO. cor. of Exchange place and Hanover St. Signed, EDOAR CORRIE Jr. S? Broadway. m 34 Gt Lr.wis Tarr ix?Is a mercantile agent; know* Monroe K<1 wards ; *aw liim two years ago l'irst; that i* the person there (pointing to prisoner) ; never saw him write ; have received letter* from him which he has acknowledged to be hi* should know the character ol" the hand writing of K.dward*. Letter shown to wttnea*. Whiting?Doe* that resemble hi* hand. Kmw?:tt objected. Judge Kent said it was admisRihlc, but,the defence coold cross examine the witne** before the letter was read. Witnpss?I think this letter wn* written by Monroe Edwards. hut it appear* to be in a disguised hand. Derrwcn objected to the question. Corsr overruled. Defence excepted. T\rr?x?Knows the character of Edward'* hand writing Letter marked A. and written 9th July, 1841. It was signed by U. fl. Hill. (Iran examined?I have in my possession a long letter of Edwards', written to me two year* ago?from that I judge of the character of his hand writing; 1 hold it in my hand ; it is without date: I wrote on it " received July 8,1840 from Monroe Edwurns he w?* introduced to our tore by Morris ItohuiPo.i the latter of May or June, 1810. 1 received two or three note* from him ; that's all tin: corre*|ioni|encc I had with htm ; he was in our store n do/en times when he first came to our store ho wa* attended by n ronng person in boy's clothes, wham he rallrd "lkn>"y f' he was the messenger liutween us often. Emmitt stopped him. Tappan- -In that long letter ho asked to have the n"tfi returned that he had written to me; that I consider an admission that he (Monroe Edwards) wrote thst lctt?r. Monroe Edwards was introduced by Morris Rohinson to Arthur Tapptin ; my brother introduced him to mo ; it was a yellow hoy ; he invited him up stair* to my room, and hat a conversation of an honror two with him; he said he had emancipated a large number of slaves in <hnclnnstl, sn.l oil the-e note* refuted to that subject, dated at the City i Intel, and I sent mine to the City Hotel ; they 1*11 related to the Mime subject matter. Whitino offered to read the latter. Emmi tt objected that the proof <hot Monroe Edwards t arret* xi (Kim leHor wac ft ft! IMiril-Tt Corn i allowed it. better reaiI. Utii> ran* II. 8. Him. to Mavaiei.. Whitf. k C6. run.*., 9th July, 1841. Mnarti. Whiti It Co.? OcTTLriiKi*:? My Brother k ?elf having lately heeome proprietor* of it large Cotton Kitete in Phillip* City Arkn?**are anxiooa of forming our arrangement! in your City for the agency oftheeame. Our friend Mr. tirayof Richmond ha* recommended your llnuveto ua na one in every tray calculated to protect our internet k. I therefore write with ilia view to know if yon will take the ageney af ad plantation. It it now producing from 800 to 1000 Ride* k tva contemplate lucreaatug the numher of Nhgloe*, we ?hall not want anv advance* until pur tir*t rrop in in 'hand, nor thall we then require i*iy advanet beyond what ia utual for tha plantation mnplet ke We have been told that probably one of your Hoaxwill tie on north thia Rummer If to we should like to roe him in person and will tie glad to be Informed oi hit wnaninom We know nothing nf cotton planting onr?elve? hat intend to ??nd ont n competent manager. We alao *i?h to rend oat an Kngine and aeveral approved agricultural implement* from Neu York, and we will be obliged if yon will aend tu the addreaaof your New Verk rorerr pondent. through whom we will order the artirler we want. Yottr early attention to thia letter a 111 greatly oblige t trutlrmon Yr. Obt. Rervt. H. R. HILI4 P. n. Direct to me at the Exchange Hotel, Baltimore Addreaa.-d Mc?r?. Maiinrell White ,\JCo. Merchant* New Orleans La Kl . \ * % t'-UL* LU.Jlli. . I axilLD. Twt Uau. Three olher k-Uer?, Mgued Jolm I thin <II. ?Lu* a to Wltnnaa. Tar rat?I nhoul i uot h-minle to any thai tkeou mo to the tunic hand-writing Out) ?MS.ith iiiKUil. Ib-Jl.l.nt. i K. Tito cthei naa Letter I., n-tnic data u it h the coiiaignnient ti< cut Ion Thr other if Letter V- of Hopinanbar S, acknowledging ierot|' ol draft* from Broun Brother* fc. Co. CroirrtaiMtntd?I Ihiuh all tbeoo four lettaw are to a iliMfuiao'l hand. By aJraoa -Should yo? ii; that all thraa letter* nere in the wmc hand-w rilnijr. Ttrrtr-I ahould certainly anyao , thrro la a wvalfanty at unit it ; tho | roiioun I n matto like a J, and thoro la a peculiar way o( making Ike hail atroke , I think at eldent they ore all v/nltm in a constrained. diaguirtrl Itockward hand ; thr 1 i* made like a J alrnoat m every in stance throughout the letter*, u itli mibio rarejMiotia. llitre out' olthi- juror* handed hun hark oueet the toUrit with a auutoof contempt, and aaktxl hi at U that tea* on# of the letters which he would aw car Ui front that circaai itanca. Tirnx.-Yn, nr. Joaoa-?la thr I in that air, made aa you aey f TaPPan?Ytt, tor no, nr? thrro u hut one 1 la tint Jvaoa.?How iathat made airf Tappan?In /A? rrfti/m troy. The juror* antiled with content)* Low Tappan blushed critoion?the Diatrirt Alturuey tried to help kim out of the (crape, hut it wouldntdo. Richabd Vat'i.?!? Recorder of I1uladrl|4it? arnica- ? officio justice of the iieace. Knowa Monroe Mw aria Kirst saw hnn Saturday night. Jd of last Octobai at lha bouse of Mrs. Philips ill South b'ront street, hekiw Walnut streot, on the west side; 'twas a hoarding house la front room stood Monroe Kdw ards by side of rsutrs table, ia company with Young the high constable of theme | told Young he tvas a prisoner?put him into the southeast comer of the room?moment I did that, ha ashed bra g 1ms ol cold water. That was according!* fi'sa hist, and as soon as he'd drank it. 1 told Young to Uks him to my oifice; he did >o. and at ti that morning he was aant to Moyamensing. The bag produced in court thismarning tvas taksn from a trunk in Monroe Edwards' room?lane white patent leather trunk with " M. Edwards, Louis, i.ina" on it. I opened it with a kev Monroe Edwaida gave me. The clothing in it I gave to him al his request - the bag has been in my possession ever since. Thsre was * of American gold in the bag. (Referred to a memorandum.) 1 package of 100pieces of gold in tha American, Balti more, newspaper1 oi 30 pieces. I of 20 do 1 of 200 do I of 40 do 1 of 140 do making six packages of American coin, all sealed up and marked; I cant tell what the valor of the pieces were, whether they were of fa, or more or less in value; there w en? fi'JOgold pieces in all; don't knew (As aggrttaltt mlvnflliem; w e fiund a good deal more money in the trunk; leant teli the aggregate value; in oae blue and white pocket handkerchief was taken out ten packages of bank notes, marked thus:? Package No. I $10,000. - " 3 10,000. " " S 3,800. " 4 3,000. " " a i(ooo. " o " 7 1,000. ' 8 1,000. " 0 1,000. " io In No. 1 were $1000 of the Union Bank of Manrland, another ditto; another ditto; $1000 of the Bank of Haiti? more; onu bill of $300 Bank of Baltimore? one ditto; another ao; another do; another do; one $1000 Bank of Baltimore; live more $300 billi of the Bank of Baltimore. Package No. a?One of $600 Bank of America, N. Y., 1023 letter A; another $600 Fame bank; another $600, and another $600, both tame bank; and 16 more $600 bille; the last four of the National Bank of N. York; $8,000ol Bank of America, and $2,000 of National. Packauk No. 8. $100 Union Bank of Maryland. $100 Bank of Baltimore. $300 Merchant!' Bank. $600 Bank of Baltimore. $600 Do. $600 Do. $600 Union Bank. $100 Bank ol Baltimore.! $100 Do. $300 Union Bonk. $600 Do. $300 Bank of Baltimore, Package No. 4 ha* $'1000 in it, all of the rhenix Bank, N, Y., aO in $100 notes. Package No. 6had $101*1-all of $100 note!, Bix $]$0 of Bank of Virginia, and four $100 billt of Exchange Bank of Virginia. Package No. ti had $1000 in it allofthe Bank of Virginia all of $100. Package No. 7, precilely the tame, Package No.*, precisely the name. Package No. 9 $1000 in $100 bills of Exchange Bank of Virginia. Package No. 10, all $100bilWof Bank of Virginia. Making in the aggregate $31,?00 wrapped up in oiled i ilk. Package No. 11 contained $6000 or was marked $6000 In Louisiana. In small bills. Package No. 12 bad $660 in it, all of New York City mils. I'ackagoNo. 13 was a bundle of Bank Bills, marked $760 Louisiana. 37 pieces of American and foreign gold?dont know the value. Also a bag of gold in bottom o< trunk in newspaper Tribune August 37. IH41, marked City Bank Ncwnaveu ; it had 940 sovereigns and 10 half sovereigns. The 37 pieces were 30 hnlf eagles and S7 sovereigns. Recorder Vaux said that he could not tell the aggregate amount. But it appeared that he made a moat miserable blunder about the number of gold pieces in the si a packages ; he said there were MO pieces, he supposed $6 each. Whereas the contents were as follows : 1 package $100. viz : 13 hf eagles and 14 quarter eagles. 1 do 200, viz : 10 half eagles. 1 do 200, viz : 44 half eagles. I do 200, viz : 40 limit eagles. 1 do 200, viz: 40 half eagles. ' 140 $1040 Making in all the follow ing sums $31 ,H(J0 in notes, 1,040 in gold. 6,000 in notes. 060 in notes. 760 in notes. 4,031 63 in gold. 100 in gold. *2 46 in gold. <44 0.61 03 Another trunk wa? opened and nothing *? in it. A third trunk wan opened and found to contain 1 of Colt'f revolving piatol*. 14 pair of pantaloon*. 1 bottle of hair dye. 4 V >?t*. 3 coat*. 1 cloak. 1 hlouie. 1 atomach pump. I liook. 1 money belt. 1 pair of iiiapender*. 1 napkin. 1 bundle of type. 1 bundle of atarop*. 1 pair bullet mould*. 1 boa cologne. 1 powder rlaik containing powder and ballet*. Rtcoaora Vara.?1 have the itamp* with me that were found in the box , one i* a round itamp, the other a long one. (Tin box produced.) there wa* red and blue ink ill the box, for *tnmping ; plenty of type in the box-, aome type had been u*ed and aome had uot been uaed ; them were apecimena of printing in the box, to *how the nUaap had been uicd , one (tamp mark* " PAID,'' the other makua La. for Louisiana. The atampa were handed to the jury. The word* La. ? <m nun in unc 01 me stumps : ami on a rag loand in Ilia tin box were damped the word* La. *n wxral places. Ka< oaDF.a Val*?The white trunk had in it 14 ahirta, IB handkerchiefs, 1 pair kid clove*, 1 blue aaah, 1 ban, 4 I'fiir lmota, 1 damp, letter* M. R., and 1 anal with roat of nrra*. The 3 coat* all dark except one, ami 4 veals. Thar* w v alio a ((old watch and chain, 3 bread pins, a pair spectacle* with blue glasses, and a draft at hO day* ssght, by brown Brother* fx. Co., 3ud and 3d of Exchange, dated New York, 31st May, 1A4A, for ?633 i I* 3d starling, in favor of Monroe Edw ards, this ia said to be a forgery and that tha find of Exchange wr* paid by Monroe Edward* to his tailor, ia l'aris ; also a draft dated 8th September, 1841, for ?1W 3* Od, at do day* sight, M of Exchange, drawn by Prime, Ward and King, favor of the order of Bamnel Foatar, on account of F,., drawn on Baring Brother* ft Co. London ; four of the letters in the box, making PAID, had been n?ed with 'red ink, and it tit* with the Paw office stamp ; all the others of the type that had been usod were with dark ink. The Postmaster of Philadelphia brought several stamp* to show me, and a number *f envelope* he had received from Louisiana. Objection* made by Mr. Kstwrvr. fh am,notion resumed.? 7b* round v/swp found tm as* frvnfc in a riretr autiidr ; it fill 'h rtrrlt * th* outkido / fir Irlttr la Hrown Hrotkrn # Co.. purporting to ho from ^ Mavntrll, H'iifr 4" Co.- rktrttu M* ngulor Sow Orlcaai Port off, rr it amp dan tkr murk on tkul lutlrrt I hare compared the stempwfth the mark PAID on the letter to Brown Brothers fc Co., which H ?U, while that mark doee not correspond with the mark on letter* from Louisiana the Postmsder show ed me ; and there are alao letters which maketheAtMl. in the centre poet mark, and thsae letters are *tami>ed w ith blue Ink. This paper was Kino in the trunk ; those two circles were on It when 1 lowed tt: the PAID I nut on myself ; the ink of the circle * is dark, apparently bine ; there are several circle*, and one of them has some letter* in it , rant distinguish what Ihe letter* IK. The Jury, aaaiated hv the fliatrirt Attorner, hare ear? ?. ettentirely eaamineri the piece of paper, the Judge hiring previotnly looked WiT*ra*~-produced apiece of raff with tame Jmpreeaionf made on It. f'rott-r ramified ky/ Ee?BTt? The drat oecaaionofmjr (tain* to Monroe F.dwerde w*e that I waa waited on by Mr. Hart who raid he wanted an officer and bar in* elated aotaa Tacti I Hined my warrant and ??n? aia officer* to arrant him. The warrant wai to imtf Monroe r.dward* ; hia ' nrtrnifp .md |>eper? were not mentioned in the warrant. It wa? nliont an hour after j-?uh* the wariant that I ?ew Monloc Edwards 1 went at the tint* the officer* did. In ( , t