Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 23, 1842, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 23, 1842 Page 2
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TV *eitate of Hamburg ha*juet published a third list of subscriptions towards the relief of the sutler era from the late fire. The total amount received up to the 15th ult was three million* of marcs banco, about 4,8U>,IHXM Turkey and Egypt. We have letters from Alexandria of the 28th ot June. It was reported that Mehemet Ali had offered to the Porte to send seven regiments of the line to assist in disarming the Syrian mountaineers Ibruham Pasha left Cairo on the 9tb (or I ppvr E--;*pt, to superintend the erection of sugar mills, which h- is building for Ins own account. The P isha had acceded to the proposal submitted by the British Consul, that the import and export duties be tor the future levied upon valuation o! merchandise, and in Egyptian currency, without reference to the tariti of The trade in cotton had also been declared free, the five per cent duty on the imports becoming i?ayable from the 26th of June. The letters from Constantinople are to the 18th of June. A: in extraordinary council held at the Porte on tic iffurs of Syria, the various points of the quests, m wre fully debated, each foreign minister giving his. anion on the subject ; audit appears that th'-v unanimously agreed that the policy hitherto pursued by the Divan, with respect to that country, was conformable to the real interests and dignity of the government, and should consequently be perse The Overland Mall?India and China. The Indian M lil arrived at M ir-^illes on the29th of -Tline. The following telegraphic despatch readied London on Friday:? < -neral Pollock liad joined Sir R. Sale at Jellalah 1, re-establishing on his march the authority ol Thomas Khan Sullpoora. He was to march on Calm! as soon aa he was joined hy Colonel Boulton.? General England had re-united troops, forced the p^^nes, ard joined < feneral N'ott at Candah ir Ctiptain M'Kenzie had arrived at Jellalahitd, with otiifer* from Akb ir Khan to release his prisoners on conditions. The answer was not known. Genera' Elphinstone di"d on the 23d of April. The accounts from China are interesting On the I8t!i of March tiie Chinese, ]o,??t.t or 12,000 utr 12. tried to lake N'ingi'o, while another force attacked Chinghue In both instances they were repul-ed with cou.-iderable loss. The details nave since been received. The mail is despatched from Bombay on the 23d of May, ten days earlier than usual, in order to avoid the monsoon. The Chinese were allowed to enter Ningpo w ithout opposition, but upon reaching the market pl ire were attacked on all sides by the British troo|>r and instantly routed When they got within one hua Ired vnrds of the British guns, a terrific fire of r i and c mister w is poured down upon them ? T on ?! -I in confusion, leaving about 250 dead.? Th I Mi regiment wis then sent in pursuit, but ui> to the last accounts h id not vet returned. A simtil t i ieous attack h id been made upon Chinghae. The enemy were again routed. The British did not suffer i "ingle casualty at either place. This appears to have been onlvpart of a concerted attiek, as at the same time fire boats were launched against the shifts. Th- in inuarin* also contemplated an attempt upon Chu in. lor which purpose 'hey h id collected a consi |rr Pile force on the island of Taisam. Their int?-nt|o s were, however, frustrated,by the Nemesis ho'i i. been sent to reconnoitre, and ascertain the ex' nt of th?ir preparations A boat having been des latch *d from this vessel, was fired on by the Chi''"se, wli n pulling into a creek The steamer's crow were immediately landed They succeeded, after killing many of the enemy, in capturing 30 junks, supiiosed to have been intended to convey troops to Chilean. It w is rem irked that all the Chinese soldiers left dead at Ningpo and Chinhae had a few dollars aboip them It issuppos-d from this that a gratuity was issued to them immediately before tney attack"! the city, in or ler to induce thein to advance. n 1-1 111 in u nit* r.nipvror n ?s ordered niat the provinces which arc the neat of war -hall defray th whole of us expenses We 111 iv conclude, therefore, that the Cabinet ofPekin do not conceive it necessary to in ike a if rent 11 itiona! effort against theii loes Tiie inhabitant.* of the invaded provincesar< naturally disinclined to bear the whole of the heavy pecuniary charges necessary for carrying on hostilities. The consequence is, that the Chinese arim to the south of the Ilung-how river is in want oi pay an 1 I t.tnte of supplies, front which cause th troops were in such a stale of insubordination that it wis expected they would shortly disband tliern selves. The de iih of Shall Soojnh is also confirmed ; he fe'l by the h m I of Zemaun lvhan, brother to Dosi Moh enme I The most sati.sfactosy intelligence h id been received of the Cubal prisoners; Capt. M'a o/ie. one of their number, had been permitted bv Vkbnr Klian to visit the camp at Jellalabad on parole, is ihe bearer of a despatch from Maior Potting*r, and to treat for the ransom of his companions. He brouvht news of the death of Gen. Elphinstone on th- 211 of April The other prisoners were (loin r well, and had been treated with considerable kindness. It is said that ait enormous sum had been demanded for their ransom. Bv a notification from the pleni|K>tentiarv, it appears that the Chinese will be suffered to use their own discretion in fortifying the banks of the river between Whampoa and Canton ; but that if they venture to erect new works below the former place, hostilities will he immediately resumed. The state of trade at Canton had improved, many sales li tving been effected during the latter part of th" month of March. Opium was sold at very low raf"s. Trade had been carried on as usual, but, with the exception of cotton, not upon remunerating prices. Barter was the only means of commercial interCOIl-Se. Sir Henry Pottinger continued at Macao. The destruction of the garrison of Ghuznee iconfirmed. Col. f*ilmer left the citadel on the 2(>th of M irch, and took up his quarters in a portion of the town There, us in the case of Cabul, the Ghatv*e?. apparently without orders, attacked the troops, and a frightful slaughter ensued. The leader oftne insurgents. S'i'itnshoodern, interfered, and took the offie -r* under his protection, and they are describe!' as now living as prisoners in the citadel. About It*' only of th" sepoys ire sup posed to have escaped ! Litest accounts from Hat ivia s >e..k in frightful terms of the eff'-cts of the late earthquakes in '.be is) in Is of Sumatra and Java. These earthquake.wer cius 'd by a new eruption of the volcano ol Go a a mg G.mtour, the highest in Java, which on vered th" rich country around it with ashes and I iv i. in I entir-lv i|o-troying some of the finest coffee pi intations of the island. Many lives were ulso lost \ d yng?rousshoal, of from one to two and a half miles long, and not having more than Iff feet water on s-i ne parts of it. has iust been discovered in lat I d 7 miri , ue tr Pulo Tava and the Seven Islands, oil the pass ig? from Batavia to Singapore. Ilrltlih ntiil French Tariff*. Amimci oi tin; Bhitkm Tisirr Him..?t'rohibitio: to im;i irtation of ca'tle and meat repealed ; also in resper to li-h 'iroilglit l y foreigners, if cleared at a foreign |>ort Purbots of foraigu taking not to be landed without en try. Tobacco, the produce of Mexico, Columbia, the Conti nent of Snatli Vmerica, St. Domingo, or Cuba, may be im ports I from British possessions in packages ol SO lie weight; and negrohea I 'obacco, from the United State o' A neri -a, in pickagesof I "a) lbs. 1'a ticalar weight and lare of tobacco need not be mark ?a n >on ei -h hogshead, Ste. s 'J irate manifest for tobarco not required. fn 'i "o and other goods not worth the drawback, en fo'ien d. i goots importing into the United Kingdom oi B:?;?h , t"*'~.?ion?, with namci of Britiih makers, forfeite afterMli January, Kt3. S iiriii inir come in atone bottle*, not exceeding one quart each. Eu-opaan iilk manufacture mar be admitted at Southamp Oil. N alio i eu-eto be ma le on sugar damaged on voyage. 11is le'ainel for being undervalued, can onlv be so deal- vithin the space of seven day* in England and ten da- a in Weill and alter final examination. Wi-ehouting fond* to continue in force longer than three year*. xo v'lau-ment o( duties on account of damage on canthan Jo*. ' > rt rod ?>-, ,? ansa-, tqba-x. wim k 1 ni ion such when foinl derelict,jetsam, Hot t j n, or wrack. \ Ira etM -k to lie allowed on go-ids entered mit o i merchandise or stori a, win. h may h. of leas ralno tlia i th< me. it of tru-.vl i.-k rlaimel. P? tatty ol jCfiOO.or trebU 11" aiaaun' claimed, < too 1* exporting on drawback to give loud for due Ian."ing the place entered for. vtT|f|e for ..rti mrs of tha royal navy may be shipped r,'. Liverpool on drawback. ,xo idoxs whatever, reprinted abroad from origini. Britiah pithlic.aliona, allowed to be imported. except whe the copyright has expired. Pr >hib.tiou not to take place unless notice of copyrigle nn I date of us expiration tube given to commissioners i customs. (Jm Is. the produce of any British possession aliroa \ i ' tht? territories of Bengal, Madras, nu I Bombay)., i hive the ur.irfliof nuch unless the goods are met tioa I in Iheoflivial document*. Loi Is of the treasury empowered to regulate certiflcat* or produce. Timber an 1 wool to be piled at the eipcnse of the itnliort-r. a to enable the odicers of custom to measure it, an I no h i vancc to in i le for interstices in the pile. H it I- lis mi i., h?#r Is, and planks may be m ensureby the piece, ant taken arcouut of separately. Veisels hat re pured licenses as being under JOO ton* by the ol 1 -nole of a I n.-asurement, not to require ?uch if tin ter 170 tonshv the new. . Vas els from a he h goods ar? thrown orcidoard to pr< vent seizure, liable to oe sane 1. Act tor r-gu luting registry of vessels iu (Jrcat Britai: sh ill extend to vessels halo giig to British possessions. Repaymant of duties on barilla, used in the bleaching of linen repealed. Lords of the Treasury to have the power of reducing local duties and charges upon foreign goods andvi-aseli. in cases of reciprocity. * ilted tioef and pork may be exported without the re* unction ot a special bond oi ileoiaxauon. i CommLslonars of Customs may remit the duties on any goods In bonding warehousaa loet or destroyed by unavoidable accident. * Auy good< (beside# woollens, Linem, silks, or cottons; may be delivered from the bonding warehouses to be cleaned, umler tba regulations ol the Commissioners of the Customs. Committee of sugar-refiners to provide sanf^le loavaa of patent sugsr ; and sugar entered tar bounty, not equal to ttie tlandard sample, forfeited. Draw back* on silks, aud on wool uied in the mine* of Det on ui Cornw all, to ceaae after the 10th of October neat. Good*, tha produce of British possesion! abroad, to be certified a* such upon the clearance. No foreign gold or ailver plate to be exposed to aale, uuleaa stamped or marked et a British or Irish assay-othee. Tiia New Taairr or Faseea.?Article 1.?The cus torn*' dutiea oa im|>ortalien will be eatablisheil or modified in the manner tollow ing with regard to the undernamed i article# :? Linen or hempen threads, plain, meaauring by thekilogramma 6 00(1 mettea or lei a, raw 29 f., bleached in any t degree ,Vtf., djed Sdf. the 100 kilogrammes. More than 6,000 metre* and not mora than 12,000 metre*, raw 41|', bleached in auy degree 66f, dyed 70f the 100 kiloi grammes. More than 12 000 metres and not more than 21,000 metres, raw EOf, bleached in any degree 106f, dyed lOflf the 100-kilogramme*. More than 24,000 metres, raw 125f, bleachetl in any degree 163f, dyed 1601 the 100 kilogrammes. Linen or hempen thread*, twisted, measuring 6,000 i metres at least, raw 44f, bleached in any degree 6lf, dyed 701' the 1"0 kilogrammes. More than 6000 metres and not more than 12,000 metres, I raw 601', bleached in any degree BIT, dyed b6f the lOOkiloI grammes. More than 12,000 metres and not more than 24,000 metres raw 104f, bleached in any degree 1361', dyed I34f the 100 kilogrammes. More than 24,000 metres, raw 167f, bleached in any degree 2161, dved 206f the 100 kilogrammesAll threa is of different kinds from the above are to bo presented at the Custom-house, under the penalties prescribed by the law of the 6th of May, 1941, in bales or se'tarato chests. t nrh hale or cheat to contain nnlvnnn kind ot thread. Linen or hempen cloth*, without distinction oftlie manner of their irn|>ortation. I'Uiu rluth* prtscnting more or less opening iuthu space of five millimetres :? Ilalf-hleaehX umber of Threads. Jiaw.lhe 100 ed. the 100 Dyed, the kilogram's. kilogram's. I0? kilo's Francs. Fiancs. Francs. Less than 8 threads, 60 "HI 90 1 threats, 80 116 116 9, 10, 11 threads, 126 191 146 12 threads, 144 '219 167 16 threads, 267 417 299 17 threads, 287 467 317 IS and 19 threads, 297 477 329 20 threads, 342 667 390 More thraii 90 threads, 467 917 637 Table linen, of which the web presents more or less opening in the space ol live millimetres Worked, less than 16 threads, the duty on plain cloth of IS threads. Ditto, 16 threads and more, the duty on plain thread according to the fineness. Damasked, the duty on worked linen augmented 20 per cent. Linen c.loth for mattresses, without distinction of fineness, 21 if. the 100 kilogrammes. Tw ille.l linen cloths lor beds,212f. the 100 kilogrammes. Twilled lineu for clothing, raw, 322f. the 100 kilogrammes. Twilled linen cloth for clothing, other, 364f. the 100 kii logrammcs. Thick cloth for carpets, either of linen or hemp, dyed, of less than eight threads to the five millimetres, 76f. the I 100 kilogrammes. Linen and hempen cloth and thread imported by the | frontier situated between Armantiures and Malmdison j n-ar Longuy, are not to subjected to the abovementioned luties longer than to the 20th of July next, unless another j ordinance shall be issued for that purpose. Mahogany wood, imported in French vessels from Inj lia and other countries)situated beyond Europe, to poy ] one half the present duties. 1 The drawback granted on the exportation of mahogany furniture and veneering to be reduced one half. Cigars ami other manufactured tobaccos imported for he account of the government by French ships from all countries beyond Europe, the present duty is to be maintained. Manufactured tobacco imported lrom entrepots in French ihips, 71'. the 190 kilogrammes. By foreign ships, 161. the 100 kilogrammes. Nuts Imported from ludia in French ships, lOf. the 100 kilogrammes. Sulphate of potass, 19f. the 100 kilogrammes. Oil printing type, exclusively imjiorted for melting lown, 101. the 100 kilogrammes. Produce imported from the west coast of Africa byFrench ships : Yellow and brown wax, from Senegal, 3f. the 100 kilogrammes. From all other parts of Africa, 60f. the 100 kilogrammes. Exotic resinous produce from Seuegal, 26f. the 100 kilogrammes. From all other ports of Africa, 60f. the 100 kilogrammes. Produce of Martinique and Gaudaloupe :? Cassia, unprepared, 20f. the ISO kilogrammes. Kocon.snme as lrom French Guiana. Wooden clocks w itli metal works, 2f. the niece. Feathers, blark, snmt' duty as at present. All others. 100f. the 100 kilogrammes. Metal pens, except gald und silver, 4f. the 100 kilogrammes. Gold and silver, and minerals, 10 centimes the 100 kilogrammes, cubic measure. Isinglass, SO centimes the 100 kilogrammes. Art. II The Custom-house of St. Laurent du Var is ulded to those mentioned by the law of the 3d of Jul) 1836, for the admission of prepared plaster, whether ess or calcined, with a duty of 10 centimes the 100 kilogrammes. Art. III.?The privilege of w arehousing salt is grantee to the town of Uravclines (North), under the conditions prescribed by article 26 of the law of the 8th Florcal, yeai 21st and 13d article of the 1 |th of June, 1806 ; and the 9th and 10th of the law of the -27th of February, 1832. Special regime for the island of Corsica":? Art. IV.?Italian paste will pay 16f. the 100 kilogrammes on importation into Corsica. The second bark of oak will cease to be exported from Corsica to an> foreign |>ort. Exports of that article to Algeria w ill continue to be permitted on paying the duty tixed by the law of the 2d or July, 1836. Markets. London Mover Market, July 4.?Public securities remain iu much the same statu as the market closed ou Saturday. There has lieen no sensible pressure on the discount market to meet the commercial bills that reach maturity to-day, and although it is yet too earlv to speaE (icremptorily on the subject, little difficulty will be experienced in providing lor them. From the state of busines. it mustbsobserved, however,that the paper of that description artuat is greatly diminished in amount. Reduced Three per Cent Stock has been done at 91 }, Consols for the Opening at 91 ] and } Exchequer Bills are firmer, at a shu le oi advance, those at 2d per cent pel -lav being Us., and those at 2}d., 47s. 48s. premium. Foreign Bonds are not quite so heavy as they were thgreater part of last week. Colombian have been done a 22], Mexican at 36}, Spanish Five per Cents at 21}. am he Three per Cents at 21 J. Bank or England.? An account showing the quarterl) average of the weekly liabilities and assets of the Bank o England, from the 29th day of March to the 19th day o JuneLiabilitiet. Jlnttt. Circulation, ?17,796,000 Securities, ?31,191,001 D?i>osites, 9,011,000 Bullion, 7,330,0C< ?25.806,000 ?29,501,00 tiri'i ican Stocks?Alabama Sterling Bonds, 5 per cent I9,'i9, 60?sellers Illinois 6's, 1970, and do dollar 6's, 1861' 19?sellers. Indiana 5's, 1963, and do dollar, 21?selleis Louisiana 5'a, 63?sellers. Maryland 2'i, 40 to .60. Ne t'ork state 5's, 18 25 to 1960,74 to 76. Ohio 6's, 1S50 to ISO "6. Pennsylvania 6's, 1864 to 1965,45. Canada 90. Sou'.l nrohna Sterling, Palmpr's, 6 per Cent, 76. Our prices of lim-rican stocks are merely nominal here ta-i.ig no demand whatever for these securities. London Ekadi: Rr port, July 4.?Tea?A good bitsines runsacttxl at advanced prices. Is 9d lor sound common : cash. Sugar- 160 hh Is sold to-due at steady prices in the raw nirk'-t. The only public sale was 800 bags white Be gal, which w ent at 6d to Is dearer, vix : good and fine 66o 69?. c.itfee?100 casks and barrels Jamaica brought 105s tc 109s 61 lor low middling to middling, and 70s to 95s 6d fot irdinary to fine ordinary. In East India. 1,600 bags Con anv's lava were taken in at 60s to 61s ; and 337 bah good ordinary Mocha taken in at 90s. tsalpetre?12 > bag< Bengal brought 27s 6d to 28s fo v hite, refraction 4. t olfee?The sales of plantation are to a moderate extent mil .'.o not exceed 100 ca-ks of Jamaica, at irregular price ?but previous quotation* are continued. Of foreign, 30i bags were sold, Maracaibo at 46s, Laguay ra at 44s, and St. Domingo at 39s per cwt. Ashes.?Some trifling said of Montreal T'ot A?hei hnv, been made at 34?, and of Pearls at ,V>s ; liut in cons<*]uenr. of some shipment* made coastwise, the quantity is now r. .luced to alajut 300 barrel* ; fresh supplies, however, ar ltily expected from Montreal. Tobacco. There w as some little Improvement in th demand ton nrdaTthe close of last week, but it has not co tinned, and the market is again dull ; the sales so far the month reach 4-0 hhds, of w hich 130 were for export. 6e for Ireland, 40 for Scotland, 35 to ".|>eciilator*, and the rinain.ler to the trade. Lower price* have in tome instai i?t> i'ii a opted, , ?|ieciully for Kentucky stemmeit: Vit ginia leaf and stemmed generally support former price* tnd good descriptions of the latter are now difficult to hi net with. Losiiox Metal M?axrr, July 4th.?Quickailrer ha Mitnoicil iii sl?-a y demand at i. per lb, th. stock -.b Kittles is l >ther extensive, but under the present monopoly I* without effect on the price. It okii Iron hat fallen so low that a further duclin eems ini(s>s?il,le.* have been sold in Wales at A'4 1..' per ton b ... j pvi cent discount, but it is not probable th it i.auu'.uctttiera will long sell at such unremuneratin,: price*. scotch Pig iron ha; further given way.andsonte pat !* in second hands h been sold at the net price o! ' 'I!1 M (Jlatgowr, the market has since improvee .id be I iw A J I5s, w ith H per cent llacouflt, little, if any an be omaine<l. Lead?A new feature h.* appeared in this market by thi riv al in most j oof continent *f parcels of Atnorj. in I ig on t ml, the ipiality i? much approved of, and to " i g? quantities can lie imported at present rite* the eire. < ? ill be to keep down prices r.I b itislt and Spanish. Sain we be. n m i le ;n Liverpool ? ?16 t;? ?.,q , at for the hulk here it i* no'likely that less thin ?17 It ill be taken, at which price sale* bare been effected. British Tin?The di*coutinuanoeof the quarterly sab vat expected to have imparted gieat stability tothemar ,et, but the result has been different, and owing to tin lackiu?s* of demand the market i* decidedly flat. Livraroot. Coax Msrkkt, July 4?Having very fev myer* at our Lorn Exchange to-day, and no impulse fron lier markets to enliven the trade, the transactions ii v aeot, being confined chiefly to Serv e the want* of our InI millers, were v ery mo.b rate in amount; pnme quali s howev er, which arc much less plentiful than othe senptions, were held at price* little short of our la?t r ^ ligations, whilst the general rune of free foreign, which i form the bulk of the supply, were decidedly 3d cheaper, and a cargo of Vcuitien wai forced off in retail at a d. chile of ad per 701b. Home made, Irish, and foreign Out) , paid flour, restricted to a slow limited demand the two former kinds receded in value le per sack, and the latter tid per bbl. below our last currency. Livihcool Cotton Market, July 3.?To-day's demand for Cotton has been mo derate, and the sale* amount to 1400 tags, including 600 American lor export. Prices are without alteration, hut there is great ditliculty in effecting sales. July 4?The demand for Cotton to-day has been far from being brisk, and yettheroha* been a numerous at tendanceol the trade, who air evidently under tha necestitv of purchasing for immediate consumption ; about 4000 bags nave been disposed of entirely to the trade, . with the exception of 100 American and 300 Hurat taken for export. The market is well supplied, and prices have | no tendency to advance. LivKarooL Cotton Mabeet, Friday, June 34.?The cot' ton market has this week been without animation, hut on 1 the w hole a frir amount of business has been dono, 36,610 ' bags having been disposed of. Exporters have been con- i .-tantlv on the look out, their pun base amounting to 3000 American, .'10 and 130 Surat. Speculators have I bought only to a moderate extent, they not haviug taken mom tban I 100 American. The market has brum abun' dandy supplied, especially with the common ami middling qualities of American descriptions, and for which firices are barely supported. Holders show no deposit ion lowever to press sales, there being some confidence in the maintenance of present rates from the fact,that the stork of American cotton now in the port is 40,000 bags less than were held at the corresponding period of las' year. The imfiort of tbo week amounts to 44,661 bags. Fbidav, July 1.?The Cotton market has been without animation throughout the week, but the salos amount to 37,460 bags of all kinds. Exporters have been constantly on the look out, and have taken 1400 American and 440 Surat. Speculators have been vary supine, their purchases not exceeding 1600 American. The trade have taken more than their mull weekly supply, although the Yum and Goods market last Tuesday at Manaheoter, was without the least improvement. The market has been well supplied with Cotton, hut prices have undergone no change, although the stock in the port has been on the increase during the last two w eeks, owing to the extent ot" the import. I.ast month there were forwarded into the country unsold 3900 American, 150 Bahia, aud 300 Sural. There hove he. 11 declared forpublic sale nest Friday, 1050 Saa Island, and 100 Stained. The iuqort of'he week amounts -o 44,393 hags. To-day there ha- tieen rather a large attendance of the tiade.oiid pretty nearly 5000 bags have been disposed of at the rates current during the w eek. The Tea Trade?The China news has not|liad any j particular effect on the London tea market, though it ' serves to confirm the steadiness that has characterised it j lor some time past. The business done lately solely by I private contract has been to a very fair extent, and the dsliverics last month were highly satisfactory. The letters from China will not reach till n?*t week. On the 80th tilt, the stock of tea iu Loudon wss 33,107,736 lbs. and at the corresponding date of last year 37,040, 331 lbs. In addition to the stock now held about 3,300,000 lbs. have been received by three or lour vessels that have come in. The stock of Congou constitutes 31,837,000 lbs. of the total quantity on hand. Tne deliveries this year have been 17,615,837 lbs, or an increase over those to the corresponding period in 1841, of nearly 600 000 lbs. The imports have greatly increased, being 10,809,186 lbs. this year, without the 3,300,000 lbs. above specified, against only 6,398,779 Ids. to the end of June last > ear. Our exports of the leaf have rather fallen 1 off thts year, but the home consumption from Loudon lias risen from 11,351,146 lbs. to 13,066.837 lbs. These statistics at the present time are of some value. Manchester, June 25 Our cloth market was never so depressed as it lias been this week, and men of all shades in politics seem to think that things are likely to grow even worse than they now are, indeed, there docs not appear t? lie the smallest hope from any quarter; and strange to say, speculation is altogether out of question. Twist is saleable to a fair extent, out again prices are in favor of the buyer. Two mills belonging to Mr. Richard Roberts, Manchester, will cease working this day (Saturday.) The very extensive mills of Messrs. Stirling and Becton, in whish it is said t wo thousand hands hare been employed have not been working since last Saturday. Another mill, and an extensive one, belonging to a company, will either totally close to-day or next Saturday, or the 'greatest part of the machinery will stand still. The Oxford Road Twist Co., will stop four hundred looms this day. Messrs. Sharp, Roberts and Co., the well known and very celebrated locomotive engineers, gave notice a few days ago, it is said, to tu-nnr 11, nu. H ,it i.t r..,l r.,1, c ...1... . 1 were received before to-day,they would, thi'- and the succeeding week, he discharge.!. The hand* tlial willthu* be thrown out of work, with those dependent ujion such is are heads of families, cannot be less than eight thousand?a frightful number to add to the list of the unemployed. On the market days in lt*38?37 there were brought lor sale in the Manchester Cattle Market 1,406 head of cattle. On Wednesday last only 361 head of cattle were exhibited lor sale. Leeds, Saturday.?The markets at Leeds, during the past week, have presented no new leatures. The demand [ ibr line goods continued limited, the principal cloths sold being heavy low priced fabrics. In Petersham cloths there is not quite so much doing as of late. Some of the merchants' warehouses appear to be pretty thronged. The new wool that has to come to hand appears to be of a better quality and somewhat cheaper than the remains of the former clip. Prestox.? In this town out-door relief is now given to eight thousand mora persons than was the case two years ago. rststF.t.?The manufacturing department continues in i very languid state. At this season of the year, it is so ven in ordinary circumstances, and, on this account, ware it not for the large number of unemployed hands, would not excite much uneasiness. Wc are at present in he transition state between the spring and autumn trsile, ind the preparations for the latter, though progressing <re scarcely forward enough to admit of taking on new weavers. Afew ofthe principal houses ?indeed there srlow but few comparatively altogcthei ?have been engaging hands for the last eight or ten days, but it is to a small extent, and the number engaged w ill not much exceed the number thrownifrom kind of work now over for a sramnn. During the present month there is a prospect hv several nouses of taking on a considerable number of hands, in preparation lor thu demand for goods usually made from \ugust onwards, and this prospect is rather brightened by I he circumstance that the stock of goods, both in the hands if manufacturers and merchants, is small. Hatri:, June 30.?Cottons?Considerable octiuty has continued to pervade our market throughout the whole of the week, and the transactions have been on a still more restricted scale, than noticed at the close of our preceding circular. The further addition to our stock has contributed in some degree to the present depression, and although prices had not hitherto undergone any decided unfavorable change, the demand has been of such a limited nature, that holders, in order to realize, have at last been obliged to yield to a decline of f.3a3 on ordinnry and interior, and f.l on middling United States desenptions. tint since ths receipt of advices to 7th inst. from the other <ide of the Atlantic, which reached us last Saturday by he British Queen steamer, rather more firmness ha* been exhibited, as the shipping season is now nearly brought o a close, and it seems tone generally admitted, that the imount of crop will turn out somewhat below the com utod estimate. Within the last two days some inquiry las been manifested for consumption, hut there appear* to disposition oil the part of sellers to press forw ard tco agerly, nor to submit to any further depreciation, not| withstanding the absence of buyers for transit, and all I want of speculative feeling. No revival of importance an, however, be expected duringthe electioneering peiod, which is fast approaching, and the uncertainty as to its results, added to the inauspicious character of the inelligence from England, will most probably for a time act as a eheck on commercial operations. During the present month, the imports have amounted to 43,380 bales, ind the outgoings to 33,380 halea. We now refer to the ubjoined table, showing the movement in our port, for he hall'year mding this day, contrasted with former years. Ashes?By the Sully and St. Nicholas,from New York, we received 465!. ds Pots, and 107 lihls Pearls,of which the jieater portion ?,1 the former had been sold prevcus to arnval, at f4ft a 4A .SO per 30 kilo., duty (IS 3ft) paid. A lot f 30 lihls Potash ha* since been run oil, at t'46,which price s now fully maintained. Pearlash i* worth f46 a 46 SO per id kilo. lliee.?No demand whatever has been manifested, hut ricci remain steady at fJA,50 a 39 per ftO Veil., duty (fl,37.) aiJ. The Cabot, from Charleston, came in with 38 tieraea. Whalebone?This articles continues in request, the sales consisting of only a few small parcels, taken on the not ut fl ,8ft n 1,86,1J duty pai l. Prices also have a downvard tendency, and may naw be writtan at ft ,75 a 1,86 1J. Phc two last |*cket ships hed on hoard 177 bundles,

nakinguur stork 60 tons, against 330 tons last year. Hatrk Markets, June 3ft.?The transactions in cotton -day were limited to 357 bales Florida at 6Sf, 179 Georgia at 63 to 83), and 62 bales Loui-ana at 69f ; in all other irticles little or no'hing worth reporting took place. Our rrivals duringthe w? i k amounted to I*,000 bales against 500 bales sold, leaving o rtock of about 160,000 bale*. For he rest, we have to state that the article since the last ight days declined 3 to 31' per 50 kilogram. Hambi ko Markets, June 34.?In the Hamburg markets uriig the week ending June 31. rather fc luige business as done in coffee, the .les being 5600 bags Brazil, at 3} O 4> sell-. -jnOOof ..111 , ... i.i ,.j xv i n.u, hfw Ol I.H','UHVa, at lj to ? sch; 900 Havana, at 4] to ftj sch; and 100,000 1)? of IVrto Kico, at 4i to 6 sob. Cnlorisl Bra/ 'is <!?'arer. In sugar the transaction, were I30u boxes of brown and 'How Havana, '.'00 ol white, 340 of brown Bahia, and 130,000 11m #f Belgian an I Dutch lumps. Refined find be n n nmrh rerpit'st, and ?? ' dearer. Carolina Rice sold nore freely, the holders accepting reduced rates; 1.30 tons verc di.?| osed of. Kor Spices there was very little donand, and prices were much the same. St. Domingo To>acco sold at 1} to fi* sch, and Kentucky n! 1 13-16 o 3 ?.lti ch. The stock of Russia Tallow was vert -mall. The transactions in cotton tins week we. e to n ronsidcible extent, consisting of about 000 bags Nov:) \merir-.,, .30 serous I.atbinyra, and aliout ISO bales St. Domingo. Kish oil is in limit d demand, and prices are as follows : eal, pale at banrh marks 43 to 19, netting ?'19 Ss toJfiP 9s; w hale and ffreenland, at banco marks !3 to 44, neti ing 4UH lis to JM9 6s; South Sea at banco minks OH, noting A'3A 3<; brown and cod, at b inco marks 34 to 3\ neting A'j'1 7s to ?-J3 Is, per ton imperial. Amstfrdam Mahki t- -Froi- Amsterdam to the 38th vc learn that the transa' lion in i >ifee w ere rather active. Jherihon was at 31c for soli w hite. Tohacco w as very nfet. Cotton was firm though not brisk; best sorta were i 33 to 41c, for Surinam. Ol Surinam sugar, parcels no! t t 18to30Jf; and for other Mi',s holders wire inclined to ?k higher rates. New Caiolina rice was jn dc .and at 9J ?o 1 If. Bengal, Calcutta, at,<: Bombay hioca were ra; ccr. (b-nei a s ti without chant'"H noiws Statistics.?The following statistics of tki est-to nan Church in New Jersey are gathered fror tficial reports fir the year. They do not, however, itr. race those ol the Newark Trcsbytery, which belong- to '.o new schooldlvision. The number of churches is 96 : f ministers 109. The number of communicants is 13 33; the number of bap'i'tns 1,099. The collections loi fissions amounts to $4,490. This, however, ir nly ot.e f ilnotfiecU lor which collections are made, the wholi mount (or education, Theological Seminary, and otbei eligious purposes, is 11,664 dollars. Besides the mn isrs ?N,v? enumerated, there arc 37 licentiates and 11 can^ lidates. NEW YORK HERALD. New York. (Saturday, July ?3, 18*4. The Weekly Herald, published this morning at H o'clock, at the corner of Fulton and Nassau street*, will contain the whole of the foreign news brought by the Acadia, together with all the domestic intelligence of the week. Price 6^ cents fjrj- The Sitnday Herald of to-morrow, will contain its usual variety of interesting and important information from all parts of the world. Price only two cants. Office corner of Fulton and Nassau streets. Tlu Foreign News. Wre received the highly important news brought by the Acadia yesterday morning at half past 3 o'clock in advance of all our cotemporanes. For this we are indebted to the enterprise of Harnden and the Captain of the Albany^boat. The news is very important. The treaty with Texas?the sickness of Sir Robert Peel?his quarrels with the Tories?the precarious state of Louis Philippe?the successes of the British in India and China?the fitting out of dozens of vessels of war? the passage of ihe new tariff in France and England, and oth'-r matters, render this the most important news we have had for a long time. Read, learn, digest it thoroughly, and be wise. Highly I-mcortamt krom the Mormon Cotnrntv. ?War in tub tar West.?Late lust evening we received despatches from the Mormon country, with further most astounding disclosures, which lead us to believe that an insurrection or civil war will be the immediate result in the State of Illinois and along the Mississippi, where the Mormons reside. We have two more letters from General John Cook Bennett, with astounding disclosures of the Mormons?and more from Prophet Joe Smith, showing up Bennett. They are extremely rich. The "Sunday Herald" to-morrow, will contain the whole of these curious particulars. Latest from Vexezckla and New Grenada.? We have the Venezolano, a Caracas Journal, to the 14th of June. The condition of commerce and business is truly lamentable. A new revolt has taken place in Cienega. Obando was advancing with a few troops, which he had picked up in Ecuador, towards New Grenada, with a view of fomenting an insurrection on the coast of the Pacific. Arrivals.?We observe in the city, at the American, the Hon. Mr. McKennan, Hon. Mr. Forster, Hon. Mr. Colquit of Congress, and Mr. Milliard of Alabama, the new Minister to Belgium. The visit, era from the south are coming in very slowly; very few families south of Philadelphia are about visiting our watering places this summer; they defer their visits this year until the fall. Ili: ffians,Pickpockets and Loafers.?The feeble ness of our police, its total want of energy and activity, arising from its miserable organization, is causing our city to be filled with loafers and beggars. The weakness of the police emboldens the ruffian and pickpocket, who now assemble by night and day at all the most frequented places in our city; here they contrive to get up sham fights for the purpose of crowding the population and picking pockets. The first ward is filled with sturdy beggars, who sleep nightly on the Battery. The I'UUIIV. IIUU2II. Hit, iioivi, IIIC Vll> llUltl, JIXvTt UIU c, the American Hotel, are constantly infested with beggars. In 6hort, the citizens are alarmed at all these things, and justly complain that the police do not do their duty to the city. Foreiun News.?We are under many obligations to the enterprising Harnden A: Co. for the early delivery of the foreign news brought by the Asadia. Harnden sent an express by the way of Hudson, which reached here in the North America at a little before four o'clock, yesterday morning. We are also indebted to Adams Ar Co., and the officers oi the News Koom for their attention on this occasion. Naval.?The brigantine and three schooners which sailed.from Indian Key on the 10th inst. arrived at Norfolk on the 18th inst., and anchored ofl the Naval Hospital. They are, schr. Flirt, Lieut. Com. McLaughlin, senior officer of the squadron; tirigantine Jefferson, Lt. Com. John Hodgers; schr. Van Buren, 'Lt. Com. Marchand; schr. Madison, Lt. Com. Ileindon. The tichrs. Wave and Phenix remain at the station. The U. S. steam frigate Missouri, Capt. Newton, left Norfolk on the 19th for New-York. The U. S. brigantine Boxer, often gun?, Lt. Bul'us, from Santa Martha, arrived at Port Royal on the '23d ult. Frigate Columbia, Captain Shubriek, went to iea yesterday morning from the Lower Bay for Rio Je Janeiro. Steam tiiis Mo.vrii.?The British Queen is the next steamer due. She left Antwerp on the 7th. tnd Southampton, England, on the 10th instant: tnd is, therefore, out thirteen days this noon from the latter [tort. We may look for her on Monday wtth certainty almost. The Great Western comes next. She is out one week to-day. Then follows the Columbia with advices down tc the 19th instant. Politics in Massachusetts.?All but six towni in the ninth District are heard from. Now the vote stands?Democratic, 2054?Whig, 2053?Abolition dot). This shows a change in faver of the locofocoi of over two thousand votes. Another Marine Curiosity.?Wc learn the fol lowing particulars ofa cock boat from Captain Crane of the Emily, arrived. The English sloop Blackbird, 14 de.ys from Ber muda, with onions, was at St. Thomas on the lltl inst. The B. is a sloop of only four tons, navigatet by the captain and one man. They experience* very bad weather all the passage, the captain hav lllff hppfl wnellpfi nvfrKnor^ Tlin ulrwvrt 1*uLrot badly, which required the man at ibe pump most o the time. The Cai>tain was a man 60 years of age We believe this to be the smallest vessel that eve floated to the West Indies. It is to be recollected that Captain Crane onn crowed the Atlantic from Englajid in a little iroi steamer of eighty tons burthen. Car Stone.?This morning, ut 6 o'clock, the cai stone is to be placed on the HunUer Hill monument two hundred and twenty feet fr om its base. So thi splendid obelisk is finished at leist. The Rev. Mr. Swan.?Can any person tell ui where the Rev. Mr. Swan ijite.nds to preach to morrow ? Ma. S. C. C.ttiNr.t.'..?Th is gentleman who was i witness in a cu e, in th& Circuit Court, reportec vesterdny, is a very e?p?ctablc citizen, residing ir Hanover street, and 'ojng the business of a stock broker. American Atmospi ikrb.?What fine weather w? tave had for two days! Cool and comfortable VIercury at 72 in the. shade. Chatham Th* ure.?'Thome having returnet rom the country and resumed the management he (campaign op. ens fresh, like a northeaster. It hat >e, n "ontemnlo led to close the house for a short pe od in order to complete the decorations, but owini o the admirahje plan adopted and the vigor of it xrctition, the whole will be done without interrupt ug the performances. The fronts of the boxes wil e ornamented w ith pi eces descriptive of nations vents, and a most mi ignifieent drop curtain repre rntingthe engagcrueAt of the Constitution and th< luerriereis in proceiw of eonstniction. All the ar ingements are on n scale every way worthy o Thome's high reputauo^ i as % manager ^ wi^ * City Intelligence. An iHfottAKT iMrtortMK?T is called for by the Corporation, connected with the administration oi juitice at Blackwell's laland, which it i? to be sincerely hoped will ' be adopted a? loon aa practicable, and which we regret '.hat the Mayor did not call public attention to in that part of hia message i elating to the combined erili ' of the present Police system. We allude to the ne. v esslty of providing a suitable place at the Ferry, loot oi olst street, within the control of the city, to land and se. cure prisoners while waiting for the passage of the boat ( across the stream, as also to shelter the sick and those af- [( dieted with contagious and infectious diseases. Public j policy and humanity prompt such a course, as the Corpo- ( ration are now merely on suSsrance, and allowed the use of a landing through the publie spirit of the owners of H ihe adjacent property. We earnestly call the attention ! of the already efficient Committee* on Watch, Police, and Prisons, and Charity, and Alma Houae, to thia important ' subject, the necessity of w hich will be readily perceived > by a visit to the plsce alluded to. Thia matter waa be- 1 fore the last Common Council, but by some undue influence, beyond our ken, no detinue action was ever pro- \ duced. At that time the following certificate was pro- , t tented to the Committee on Charity} and Alms House, to ' s whom the subject had been referred " The subject of providing on this side of the river, at , the ferry to P-lackwell's IsUnd, proper meant lor the seeu- | rity of prisoners, as well as suitable accommodations lor j < the sick and others, who are under the necessity of being i ( transported to the island, lieing now before the committee on Charity and Alms House for their consideration, we l deem it our duty at public officers to urge on the commit- i tee and on the Common Council the necessity of providing , such accommodations as well lor security and protection, as to preveut the too open palpable intercourse now exist- | ing between the prisoners on the island and their associates . in the city, which at present, bailies the best eilorti of the ; } keepers, and of the police. I ' e. stevens, i < i h. w. merritt, i miln parker, | GEO ROB W. MATSELL, ( Police Magistrates. . f. a. tallmadge, Recorder of the City of New York. 1 b. w.osborn, Clerk of Police Court. john myer, Superintendent of Alms House. ! alexander f. vache, Resident Physician. , John Mcclelland, Assistant Physician at Lunatic Asylum. john w. brown, Keeper of BtachwelPs Island, j JAMES H. hUCKEL, I Deputy Keeper of the Penitentiary. < HENRY VANDERVOORT, ! Clerk of Sessions, 4"c-" i Moke or the Habeas.?On Thursday, a man named 1 Jerry McDonald was arrested by otlicer Stokely on strong suspicions of being concerned in a recent burglary, and , although there were two additional complaints agaiust < . him for assault and battery, he was taken out of prison iD less than half an hour after commitment, on a writ of habeas corpus, and admitted to bail by Judge Lynch. This daily, we might almost say hourly, discharge of prisoners by the Judges of the Sessions, when many of the facts aud ' I circumstances of arrest and commitment arc not before ! I them, is calculated to prevent that due administration of i , justice that is so necessary in these days of rascality. The ; < writ of habeas corpus was never instituted for such pur- , 1 poses, and it never should be resorted to except in cases ' where the public interest or private rights are endanger- : ed. The daily application cf this writ in cases of notori- ; I ous burglars, thieves, and pickpockets, is a mockery of . its virtue, and should be frowned down by the public. | | Accident.?Yesterday morning as Anson I . O. rhelps James, grandson of Anson G. Phelps, and son of j Mr. James, who is absent with his lady in Europe, was re- I turning lrom the city to the residence of his grandfather in a carriage accompanied by the colored coachman Jo- j nathan Brown the latter stopped the horse at Nelson's . blacksmith shop near the corner of 39th street and Third , avenue, to enquire relative to the carriage lamps, and left , 1 the youth above named, aged about 13 yearn, sitting upon ' the front seat with the line* in his hand. The horse start- 1 1 ed suddenly, ran oft at full speed and when turning the 1 corner of the Third avenue and 25th street the waggon was capsized and the boy thrown out with such force as to cause the fracture of the skull and almost instant t death. Dr. Vache, was passing in the immediate vicinity 1 at the time, and raised the interesting youth from the ' ground in his arms, but his skill was of no avail, as death ensued almost immediately afterwards. I The Recent Counterfeits.?The publication yester- > I day in the Herald of the arrest of the gang of counterfeit- , era, brought forth a large number of persons who had re- , ceived the spurious $5 notes of the Tolland County and f 3 i of the Greenwich banks in payment for goods purchased. . j In the course of the day Honora Shepherd, the wife of one j ( I of the Shepherd gang, now in prison in Trenton for pass| ing counterfeit money; Peter O'Brien, her brother, and | Charles Shepherd, were recognized as having passed these | counterfeit bills, and we trust that evidence sufficient 1 . i will be secured to send all arrested to the State prisonft| Let every person who has ben defrauded come forward ' and recognize them. Another of the gang, who says her \ ' name is Elizabeth llennessv, was also committed yester- i : day in company with Ann McCiiunity of No. 8 Hester ' ! street, with whom she lived, and to whom she gave one of J thenotesto get changed, and which was passed upon Mr. i Barney, grocer, corner of Division and Suffolk street. 1 The Grant. Procession for the introduction of theCro- ' , ton water wiil take place about the 1st of the ensuing 1 month. Great preparations are maing for this important era, particularly by the Fire Department, who intend to surprise even the New Yorkers, who are rarely surprised at any thing. Fiaa.? The alarm in the second district yesterday proceeded from the partial burning of Prout's Ink Manufac- j 1 tory in Prince street, between Elm and Crosby. The pre. ' ' misci were not much damaged. The alarm at eleven o'clock, in the fifth diitrict, pro , ceedod from the burning of the sales room of Bolen & Parks, stationers, 107 John street, near Pearl. Smoke wa- ! i seen issuing from the door and windows, and on th store , being entered by the insurance firemen, flames were dis- ! covered proaBeding from one of the upper shelves, on j , which were placed a number of boxes of wafers. The fire was extinguished by a bucket ot water. The oceu. pants were fully Insured, and the cause of the ignition of ' the fire is unknown. From the manner in which the , City Hall bell was ruag, it was almost impossible to tell j ( whether the fire was in the fifth or the first district. Ring 1 slower, you new comers, when the fire is down town. ! A Monster in Human Siiaee.?A brntn in the shape , ' of a man, named Jacob Cochran,{who resides in Centr* ' street, while in a state of intoxication yesterday, threw one of his own children, an infant about 18 months of age, from the second story window of the dwelling in which he resides and fiaclured one of the little innocent's legs, . and otherwise so injured it that its life was despaired ol j , last evening. He was committed for examination. I , Ned Piter Drowned?A well known genius of the ' colored species, named Edward Piper, one of the Catha- ' rine market fish boys, was found drowned at the slip near . 1 the*mark?'t yesterday morning. The evening previous 1 about 11 o'clock, Mr. James Wade heard a person fall into j the water at the end of the slip, and immediately ran to the ' wharf to rescue him, but arrived too late to accompliih 1 - hii purpose. The eoronerheld an inquest on the lardy, ' i and the jury returned a verdict of accidental drowning. J i Par.cottot s Defravitv.?A little girl aged about 13 , vears. named Hannah Horn was found veaterdav in a houac of prostitution on the " Points'' by her half brother. r She reins.ul to return to his hotiae. but preferred being , sent to the House of Refuse, which request was complied | with by Justice Stevens, m order to site her from total , e ruin. H A Bowf.rt Acioh i> i nr. Tomb*.?Yesterday morning ' a Mr. Montague Lawson, who hail just landed from Eng- < land with the intention of making a flourish at the Bowe- 1 ry Theatre in some capacity or other, having been let p loose on the flattery, endeavored to kick up a fight and a 1 row on a stakeol a pound sterling, when officer Joseph, 1 '' who waa very quietly discussing a plate of Teter Bayard's t 8 chowder, informed him that he had pe*aiblv mistaken the i name of the Battery for a place where assault and batteries t could be committod with impunity, and therefore as an of- ; finer oi the peace he requested Mr. Montague Lawson to keep himself cool and comfortable. Not relishing this ad- i vice, he pounced upon Joseph like a hawk upon a June ' hug, and down went officer and up went Lawson, until I the war raged so violently that Joseph, like hi* uamesake I of old. left a part of one or hfa garments on the field of hat- | i ile but secured his man, who was landed in the Tomb* to < | cool himself off in aspac* of eight leet by four. I LaTbst r bom Jamaica.?We have received Jamaica pa-| 1 ' per* from theOOth to the 99th of June, inclusive. Nrws j ( not very important. 'J'he planters are cry ing out for an ! ( influi of laborers from Europe?tbe East Indies?Africa? : . anywhere. The free ncgroks will not cultivate the plantations. The weather in the North Western pari* of the island lias been unusually sei ere. Such an accumulniion i ; of watershas not been known for thirty years. Tha effect i ! upon the cultivation of the estates, and in retarding the j , ; manufacture of sugar, has [been very great. Business ' ; continues dull and money scarce. Failures are as pit ity , | in Jamaica as they are in any place?confidence is there- j j fore suspended. Fbkshkt on thi- Raskoci s, s?tn I.oss or Lis r..?The 1 t Mount Holly Journal mentions that the fchet on Stu. day last carried otTthe Pemb" ton bridge ,nd several im< ' inthepiues. During the high water on Sunday, four i young men went to Lumtterton in a bat'eau, on the s> uth i I iirancn of the Rnucocus. On returning, they attempted o pass nnrler the Lumbcrtnn tiridge, hut the water having ! raised several inches, the boat struck the hriJge and cap- i sized; three of the eompnny reached shore, the fourth sunk immediately, and has not yet been found. One ofthe | pfhers returned into the water to get his hat, and was also Irowned?body not recovered. Their names are Joseph , Kirkbrid* and John Wilson. A son of Caleb A. L. Shinn, l 1 vas drowned in a branch of the Rancocus creek, near , i Tmcentown, on Monday Inst. f tcor>r?tx)oH?ncc of the Hcrtld.1 Washington, Thursday, 3 P. M. Jong rcsstonal Pro?(eitln|*-1l'?rm Debate lathe Scnatr?Th* Bankrupt Law. In the Senate the Commerce and Navigation re>ort from the Treasury iJepartment for the year 1841 vas presented and the usual extra number ordered o be printed. Mr. Calhot*n presented a free trade memorial roin Middlesex, Virginia, and sent to the chair a etter written by Gen. Harrison in 1836, in which h? nststed that the Compromise Act ought to be main ained, and that he would resist any violation of its pirit or principle. Mr. Calhoun said it was certain hat the compromise act, after this explicit and sormn declaration of Gen. Harrison, could not have ?een disturbed, had he lived. The President had tcted on tliia question, to say nothing ot any other, recisely as Gen. Harrison would have acted. Mr. Chittenden replied at some length and vith much animation, deprecating the introduc- i ion ol General Harrison's name into the debate, 1 tad then breaching off into n:i attack, upon the po- I iticul character of Mr Calhoun?charging him vith inconsistency?with acting with the Whigs I iud Democracy alternately?with being originally E innna^fi In -? ? ?'' -. . I- * ? tr??vu ?w imv uvuipiuiutac an, miu wim vuuii| iur ft-' t with reluctance at last. Mr. Crittenden spoke I with his usual vehemence, and great inter tst was manifested in his remarks. i The J^enator from Kentucky.said Mr. Calhocs in I eply, has made a most unprovoked personal attack & tponme. But for this I feel no unkindness towards A nm. So conscious am 1 of the rectitude and hon- A fsty of my course, that attacks on my public career H lever disturb nic. The Senator passed from Gen. 9 Harrison's letter, which contains sentiments unac- 9 Mftabls to him, |? my course, which is a more I ilpasing topic. The Senator says I voted foyH he compromise act with great reluctance . ^ir, said Mr. ('alhoun, addressing the Chairman, Mr.9 Mangutn, with the exception of the late Senator,9 front Kentucky, Mr. Clay, and myself, no mail ; knows the history of that act better than you do. ,''' It was first broached by myself, in a conversation with Mr. CUy on the avenue, between this and th?Jw Jepot. Attliis conversation you, sir, were nresentjlj Mr. Calhoun spoke lor some time, and as tie about concluding, he referred to Mr. Preston, whojBB le supposed, had made some suggestions privatel^H an the subject of the debate, to Mr. Cnttenden^H ?oine alteication took place between Mr. Prestor^H ind himself, which at one moment threatened se-^A rious consequences, but it vas adjusted without dif^| ficulty. 9 This matter disposed of, the Senate, went intothe^f consideration of private bills,in which it is now en-9 In the House Mr. Bates, from the Committee on9 Pensions, submitted a report accompanied by the following joint resolution,which was read, and pass-9 ted to a secondradlng. 9 Resolved by the Senate and llouseof Representative* la L'ongross assemblod. That the benefits of the act entitled,^| 'An act granting hall'pay and pensions to certain wi-^| tews." approved the seventh day of July, eighteen hun-^| ired ami thirty-eight, shall not be withheld from any^V ividow whose husband died alter the passage of the act o^H :h? aeventh of tone, eighteen hundred and thirtytwoj^B ind before the act of the seventh of July, eighteen hun^H ired snd thirty-eight, if otherwise untitled to the same. ial In the Hou.^e, Mr. Iloosevelt called up the tol-^H [owing resolution, recently ofl'ered by him. 9 Resolved. That the renort wUk 1^9 itructions to the judiciary commi'tec to prepare and [Wit a bill, to takeefl'ect after a reasonable time from the^| i>asaoge thereof, containing a uniform system of law, ap-^H dicable to bankruptcies of monied corporations through*^! >ut the United States. And that the committee have leava^H o report ?t this or the next session of Congress. |H The rejiort referred to was made by the Judiciarj^f Committee, declaring it to be inexpedient to legis^H ate on the subject at the present session; aiu^H Mr. Roosevelt made some remarks in support of hi^H evolution, when a motion was made to lay it o^H lie table. This was rejected by a vote of 1(17 to 7(^H Several attempts were then made to get iVs of th^H -esolution, all of which tailed, and the matter come^H tp to-morrow. The sentiment of the House is fa^R ,'orable to the resolution, and it will probably bflff' tdopted. . |ER Reports from committees were received for fia. ime, when Mr. Filbnore offered a resolution dwjfi ecting that all debate on the Navy Appropriation bi^VpY hall cease at noon to-morrow, which was adoptetSKj The House then went into committee of the wholffiR >n the bill, and Mr. Wise is in the midst of a speecjSK n su|>port of the navy and in defence of the Secr^^P ary. Mrl Evans reported the tariff bill, with somfl imendments, and it is to be taken upon Monday.^! Niblo's?Two popular Vaudevilles, strongly caatiB ind the Promenade Musicalc this evening. ThMB hardens fill nightly. A splendid new Pontomuuir is in preparation. Knperlor Court. Before Chief Justice Jones and Judges Talimadge aflftJK Oakley. ; Ji lt 23?DsciSIOmi.?Hamilton 11. Jarkion vs. ./oAgk'iSj Walker.?This was to recover $1,COO on a contract mntflBn n respect to the log cabin which was erected in Broa^Hg a ay, near Nit.lo1!. The defence was that the contract wl^^H lie.; al, under the statute providing against corrupt an^HE (legal conduct ns related to elections. The Court hel^H| hat the plea was not good, the statute not intending t^K' each a case of this kind?as well might it be directe^H| igainst a room hired for election purposes. Motion fo^^H tew trial denied. MM JoAn Clark, tt al, V?. William C. Taylor, and Henry X RtYA.?A disagreement in relation to freight. Judgmen or defendant!. Triton Int. Co. vs. Henry Mc Far Ian.?It wai contandei hat the company had no right to bring mit, at their capl al bad not all been paid in. The Court held that they hai iuch right, particularly ai related to the lubacriberi ti heir capital, but they were not authorized to go on mak ng insurance. Judgment for plaintiff. George Lair vs. Thomae Jlddir^t.mmetf, and othert.?A. turety ior the patent arms company at New Jertey. Ver lict for defendants. The tame as to Israel Randolph vs. the same. Edward C Halliday vs. John Noble.?This was an action lor false imprisonment, and sustained on the ground that the Recorder hail issued a warrant on the testimony of a jierson not acquainted himself with the facts, bat had iieard them from others. The Recorder was wrong. Judgment for plaintiff, with liberty to defendant, lie. II illian F. Haynet vs. Monmouth B- Hart.?The Sheriff had seized goods n the hands of a man named Nevins, who had hired them trom plaintiff for the year. He had only a right to sell the year's interest The plaintiff hod been non-suited, but the jurv permitted to estimate damages, who gave for the whole amount of the property. This was wrong. Motion for nonsuit denied, and the assessment for damages set ftkido, with leave to defendant Itc. Henry G. Cook et.Jfta Gardiner, tt al.?A note had been signed by Gardiner and by Packard, keepers of the City Hotel and the Broad street Hotel. The note they declared to have been accommodation paper and usuriously discounted. They refuse to pay it. The note hodbeen given to the person who supplied poultry to the hotels, and with whom they had an open account. This note was charged, and the Court considered a business one. Verlict for plaintiff'. William II. Bend vs. The Georgia Ms. Truet Co.?The company had insured $10,000 on store No. 16 Cedar street, which was destroyed by fire on the 14th Dec. 1839. The compaay refused to pay on the ground that there were 8 casks glass ware stored in the garret?that glassware was 5ne of the articles described extra hazardous, none of which was to be allowed in the store, or that if any extra hazardous article cam# in,the policy was to be suspended. Action was brought and the plaintiff non-suited on these ground* Clot ion is made to sot the nonsuit aside on the {round tk* he casks were tight, containing champaigne (lassea, vo, being so, not considered hazardous as in :asos where the packing is exposed. The Court considered C at plaintiff should have an opportunity of thewing the usage in the case, ami ordered that the nontuit be *et aside. Judge Tallmadge also dissented in this ;ase and cited cases in which tke danger it shewn of permitting usage to overpower the express words of an agreemnht ? Gilbert Garrett, and Mary, hit wi/t, vs. Caleb Kirby.? Relative to mmt property in Mulbeiry street, w hirh had seen improperly made over, nome year* ago, by John 3arrett, to the exclusion of tha other heirs. Verdict ior ilsintitf. Jame* Gallivay \ I. lhnry Ogdrn?In the sale of two lots of ground, covenant had bean made that they were 'rec of incumbrance, w hereas they liaj been assessed by he Corporation in the sum of $67 for opening avenue C., ind afterwards sold for 46 years by the rily government :o pay the assessments, and not being redeemed within 'J rears, a lease was given on the part of the Corporation, rhe defendant contends that he was in the city, but had lever been called upon for the assessments. The city government is bound, before advertising property for the tale ol assessments, to receive an affidavit from the Collector that he has caller! upon the owner twice for the pay. It is for the plaintiff in this case to show that tha Corporation proceeded according to law. Verdict for 4cVmlant, with liberty to plaintiff Ac. f;; Jctrph Dia> vs. Elitha AIuntlL? Judgment for plaintiff. Jamtt l.ynrh vs. Tha Mayor, <} r. of \rw York.?To recover the amount of salary as one of the Jndgcr, of the 1 ourt of Sc.lions, rhe facts bad been passed upon in f ludge Sand lord's cb< e. Verdict for plaintiff. Qninlin vs. SkrHott?In this case tho Court had g/m- ' irmud in part and reversed in part. Its power to do so 1 had been questioned. The Court decided that tinder the law of 1-C17 it posvi s-rd such jow i r. Decision confirmed, lint without costs to either side. Hcbtrl ,'lnderton vs. Jamtt P. Drummend and William T Vol ton.?A case where snrcties had not justified, and lietn superseded by other*. Judgment for plaintiff, but proceedings to be stayed and aw ait result. William Covan vs. Dai-id M. Paytnn.?An action had been hrought to recover the vnlueofa horse, which had >een hired lor a pleasure trip on the Sabha'h, but overIrhren and Willed. A motion for nonsuit w as granted inderthe statute, invalids! ng contracts made for suJi in ela'ion to the Sabbath. The Conn held tha' n debt so wntrncted could not he recovered, hut h -re was a further harge, tha'for Willing the horse, and the plalnt'lf should >e heard. Nonsuit set aside, and new trial granted.? lu 'ge Tallmndge said he dissented from his hrethreL, md thnvght, under the statute, the astion could not he naintained. Sta/ihtn H. Di throw VS. Corltnvdt Palmer?The Court leld that it is not necessary in a charge of brand to state 11 the particulars in entering action. Judgment ior df todant, w ith liberty for plaintiff to reply.