Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 13, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 13, 1842 Page 1
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TH Vol. VIII.?Ho. 444 ?WMk Ho. 3073. regular~packets7 NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PAOKitT*. T? gllfrosi New York <>u the iitli and Liverpool on ihe l*h of each month. m. m. M && N?* lollr Ship S1DDON8. Captain E. B. Cobb, 2iUi Augus' Ship SHERIDAN. Captain F. A. De^jjMjr. ?4th SeplemV Ship OARRICK, Captain Wm.8kiiWy.?*h October. Ship ROSCIUB, Captain Jehu Collins, itth Noeemlwr. KkoM LlFtlirOOL. UARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy. 13th August. Stiip ROSCIUS. C-tpuin John Collin*, IJih September. Mup SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cohb, 13th Octobeti Ship SIJERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 13th Novetn's. I'll, ,. iliios art all ol the tint oliu, upward, of lotto tons, built in the city of New York, with audi iniiurovenirula as combine great s|iee,l with unusual comfort for )>as*eiigers. Every car* has been taken ill (lie arrange incut ol their acconimodatious. 'I'h. mace of passage lieuce is $100, for which ample stores w ill u, provided. Tlietr ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction Neither the captains or owners or tire ship* will be responsible Tor any letters, parcels or |?ckaget seul by them, unless regular b:!ls o!' lading are signed iheretor. Thet nil* of this line will hereafter go armed, and their |>ecnliar construction gives llietn security not |>ossessed by any otiter but vessels of war. For freight ot passage, apply R> E. K. COLLINS It CO., 56 South St., New York, or to WM. Ik JA8. BROWN it CO., Liverpool. y Letters by the packet* will lie charged 12X cents per single sheet; 50 eenss |>er ouuce, and iiewi|v?|M rs I cent each. aul3r NEW YORK AND HAVRE TACKET8. (SHCONV LINE.) 4 M. The ships of this hnSwJlhereafteMease Nev^^n^tn the Island Havre on the Ibtli of each month, as follows : From New York. From Havre. The new ship ONEIDA, t 1st March t 16th April Captain s 1st July < 16th August James Flint k, ( 1st November f 16th December Ship BALTIMORE, I 1st April I 16th May Captain c 1st August I 16th September Edward Kuuck, (1st Deccem'rf 16th January Ship UTICA, ( 1st May V ICth June Captain < 1st Septemb'rj ICth October; Frederick Hewitt, ( 1st January ( 16th February New shipST.NICOLAS, I 1st June I I6rti July Captain ( 1st October < ICsli November. J. B. Pell, ( 1st February ( ICtn March The accommodations of these shi|* are not sur|iasseil, coinbilling all that may he required for comfort. The price of cabin passage is $100. Passengers will be supplied with every requisite. with the exception of wines and liquors. Goods iHtemled for these vessels will be forwarded by the subscribers, free from any other than the ei|teuses actually incurred on them. For freighter ^aasage^aji^dj/tsj ^ ^ a8 9 Tontine Buildings. FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS. iv ^ ^ m & Fortlw better accomniodaliou of shipper^ it is intended to despatch a ship from this port yn.thc 1st, 5tli, nit It, l.'ilh. 20th, mid 2j||i ol each inolilh, commrncingthe 10th October ami continuing until May, when regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will h< prevented during the \uturner months. The following ship> wdl commence tins arrangement : Slup YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captaiu Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI. Captain Milliard Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hum. Ship SHAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON. Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVILLE, Captain Mttmferd. Blilp OCMULOEE, Captain Leavitt. Snip NASHVILLE, Caikain Dickinson. Ship MKMTHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulfnnl. These ships were all built in the city or New York, expressyfor packeta, are of light draft of water, have recently been wly rijipered and nut in splendid order,with accommodations lor |?aseag(eni ttnetjifelled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertien to give Seiieral satisfaction. They will at all times be towed up and own the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of these ship* will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precipus stones, silver or plated ware, or (sir any letters, parcel or package, sent by or put on board ol them, unless regular bills of lading are taken fur the same, and the value thereon expressed. For freight or passage, apply K. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South at., or HULLIN SiWOODRUFK, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to thVir address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods correctly measured. tn4 OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. JfiSi *3^^ jjggfiF rT,HE ffljDxTNE of PaoS^!T LireriKH^^^^Rreafter be -I- despatched iu the following order, excepting that when the day of sailing falls on Sunday, uie slaps will sail on the succeeding day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June 1 July 19 616 tons. < Oct 1 Nov 19 D. (4. Bailey, ( Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug 7 750 tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 B. L.Waite. C Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug 19 800 tons, < Nov 1 Dec 19 J.Rathbone, (March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, (July 19 Sept 7 610 tons. < Nov 19 Jan 7 E. G. Marshall ( Mar 19 May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, (Aug 1 Sept 19 618 tous. < Dec 1 Jan 19 A. B. Lowber.f Atwil 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, (Aug 19 Oct 7 900 tons, < Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B.Cropper.(April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, (Sept 1 Oct 17 850 tons, <Jan 1 -Ft b 17 rr.. iTunfiTiBarstow.J May 1 June 19 jne i/uiiunnuo, i > ' ?' ? 700 tons, < Jon 19 Mar 9 O.A.Cole. (May _ .19 July 1 Foil' luality. a* regards the day of sailing, will be observed as heretofore. The price of passage outward is now filed at One Hundred Dollars, for which ample stores of everv description will be provided, v,ith the exception of wines and liquors, which will be furnished bythe stewards. GOODHUE it CO . 64 South st., C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Buriing-slip, N. Y. jo2l lyh BARING BROTHERS k CO., Lsi>ool. STEAM NAVIOJ^^^^^^EEN ANTWERP AND NEW YORK, VIJl?SOVTHA MP TON. BELOIAV STEAMER BRITISH QUEEN. K. Evobholi, COMMANDP.B. The days of d? parluru of this well-known Steamship, hare been fixed as follows : From Antwerp, From Southampton, From New York, On trh Mav. 1812. On 7th May, 1842, On 7rh June, 1842 Hwt. 10th July, " 7tb Aug., " 7th Sept. " lOrh Sept. " 7th Oct., " Trice of passage, meals not iuclnded, to Southampton or Antwerp, 870?Steward's fees, $2 62ji. The meals will be served on board, on the plan of a continental hotel, in the best manner, and at hied and moderate prices, passengers being only -barged when partaking of the same. The price ol passage to either of the above ports can also be rngased if preferred, with meals and steward's fees included for (97 02>s cents, exclusive of wines. An ex|ierienced Surgeon accompanies the ship. For freight or I?asage, or any further information, apply to H. W. T. k H. MALI, Agents, a22 6m*r II Beaver street. NEW JEl! SKY RAILROAl) AND TRANS PORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. From the foot of Ceurtlandr rtreet, New York. (Every day?Suuday uncvptcd.) Leaves New York Leaves Newark At 8 A. M. At i P. M. At 7X A. M. At IK P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 9 do. 3K do. II 4X do. 10X do. ifi do. 6 do. 7 do. 8 do 10 do. ON SUNDAYS. Kioni the foot of Liberty street. Leave New York. Leave Newark. At 0 A. M. and P. M. At 12 Noon and 10 EM. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN, WE8TFIELD, FLAINFIELD, BOUNDBROOK, BOMERVILLE, kc. Daily, I.erve New York. Leave Elizabeth Town. 9 A. M. 7 A.M. 8V p. M. 8SA.M. 4 " 12 M. 4\p. m. 5 P.M. " The trams ol (lie Somcrville Railroad Co. conneet with these lines each way daily, Sundays eurepted. Passengers are requested to purchase tickets at the office, foot of Liberty street. Fare between New York aud Elisabeth TowuJS cents. Fare between do and Somrrville. 7J cents. NttVT YORK. KAIIWAY AND NEtf BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. From the foot of Liberty street, daily. Leave NeW York. Leare New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 7* A. M. P. M. 11 A. M. 9 P. M. Fare hetwern New York ami New Brunswick, *5 cents. Railway, 50 cents The fare in the 7R A. M. train from New Brunswick, and 4X P. M. train (bom New York, baa been reduced between New York and New Brunswick, to M cents. " and Rabway to 37){ " On Sunday* the 7X A. M. trip* from New Brunswick ia omitted. Passenger* who procure their tickets at the ticket office, reeeire a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the conductor only on the day when purchased. m2B to.* FARK AND FREIGHT REDUCED. BOSTON, via 8TON1NGTON AND NEWPORT, composed of the following sn|ierior steamers, ntnaing in rntmection with the Stoningtoo and Providence, and Burton and Providence Railroads? , ? MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comatock. RHODE ISLAND, Csptain Thayer. NARRAOAN8F.TT, Captain Woolsey. MOHEOAN, Captain Vanderbilt. One of which will leave New York daily, (Suiidn>a earrpteil) from Pier No. I, North River, Battery Place, at five u'taock, P. M. Arraisormkist. Thv NARRAGAN8ET, on Mouday, for Stoniugton, and Thursday, for Stoninftoii. Newport and Providence. The M A88ACHU8E I'TH, on Tuesilay. lor Stonington, Newport and Providence, and Friday for Stoniugton. The RHODE ISLAND, on Wednesday, for stonington, and Saturday, for Stoniugton, Newport, and Providence. Passeligera on the arrival of the lteamen at Stoniugton, may take the Railroad Cars and proceed immediately to Provi denee aud Boston. .... , . . Fraight taken at the following much reduced rates To Boston, on goods weighing forty pounds nr upwards to he cubic loot, at $5 M per ton, and on meaaaremcnl goods 7 cents per foot. To Providinee, on measurement goods J cents per cubic foot, snd specific articles as pet tarif to be obtained at offir# jj roadway. mSUmi E NE' NEV OCULISTS. DOCTOR J. FRANCIS' CELEBRATED EYE WATER. r WO. It BAKC. Y STREET, within two dor. of the Aslnr He- III. pre|uratious arc a perfect curt* for all J1: nillammatoryC u> of the eye, weakness of sight, he., a'J uerer fail in rei ring nebula, of the longest standing, without ' any surgical op* tation 11 , , CERTIFICATES. . 1 certify that Jacob Valentine, a youth of about IWrm vtara y of age, was brought to my houae But fall, apparently bliud. He ' called on me to-day, and atates that he haa been the patient of I Dr. J. Krancia. whose treatment haa beeu the taeaiu, under J" (iod, ofiestoring hi. sight. JAMES MILNOR, Rector of 9t. George's Church, Beekman at. This it to certify that two of my children were afflicted with * diseased eyes for a length of tune, one of thetn waa alinoat blind with Uehulaa, coreiiug the tight. Every remedy waa retorted to without any good effect, and despaired of them ever being recovered. They are now perfectly restored to sight by Dr. J. 1 Krancia'celebrated preparation. ? 1 DANIEL 9. JONES, 499 Pearl street. c I w is almost blind for twelve years, and in five weeks, uuder e the skilful treatment of Dr. J. Francis, my sight is now per tl fertl) good and "r^'?UT,IA jjrqWN, 177 Forsyth street. n 1 cr nil V W Hi* AW'V UVIIIK *u?r nauiiiiiii. i w 1 JEOKUK BENEDICT, tl I'ajtn of thf Stanton itrert Clmrfh. I wm ntarly blind for ,twi it y yean with .1 cataract in e<i< li li eye and from the n?e ofl)r. Eraiici.' wonderful prccantion for 1 that diaeiue, my ? ? ? ar- now prrfoctly rrrnv.-red. h JOHNS TON, 41 KWrnhtt ?trrrt. , Wr, Hit* uiicli* rsigued, h tviiu witnessed the astonishing cffi- i| cacy ol Dr. Knacii' preiwration* lor diseases of llw eye, .1 unhesitatingly recommend thein to the nolictf of tin* public, as vt valuahl - remedies. ? Duncan Dunbar, Pastor of McDougaJ at. Clmrch. fi 8. H. Cone, Pastor of the Kivat Bijitiit Church. t< John Peck, Agent of the home Mission Society. g Jacob Brouner, Pa a (or of the North B 11 list Church. Joseph AndrraiJc, itounn Catholic Piitst of St. Peter's Church. ~ Ntimeraiia certificates can he seen .it the office. Prepared and sold only o> Dr. J. Francis, 10. Barclay street. Naw Yorku Artificial Eyes inserted, which cannot be distinguished from the natural, without giving the slightest pain. Dr. J. Francis respectfully informs his iiieiids and the imblic, that in consequence of the increase of his business, Dr. (vleiiny, j Member of the Royal College of Burgeons, London, and of the New York Medical Society, has joined him, and every confidence can be placed iiehis professional skill as 111 Oculist. Office hours from ') A. M., until ti P. M. jylO Jm*c 1 "DISEASES OK THE "EYE." 1 K. K. DIOSSV, I OPHTHALM10 SITKc i EC>N, tj No. *17 BROADWAY, , J Entrance in Fulton Street, opi*?site St. Paul's Cnurch * ATTENDS TO DISEASES OK THE EYE, AND ALL THE NECESSARY OPERATIONS THEREON. ? OFPXCK HOURS FROM 9 TO 6 o'ciAK-K. j Having completed his studies of j years with DR. ELLIOTT, f, Oculist, and been subsequently engaged as his assistant, R. K r Dioasy is enabled to undertake the treatment of all diseases affecting the organs of vision. Terms moderate. ud graduated to f the nature and extent of the diseas**. g Permission is t iw ii to icfei to his late iii*tiuct??r. and also to some of the most eminent Professors of the Medical Faculty in ? New York. N.B. The poor treated gratuitously nil 1m*r I DISEASED EYES AND INFLAMM ATION OFTIIE WY K-LIDS. ANY disease or weakness of the eve, or inSanimation of the eye-lids, can be quickly and safely r two ted, by the use , of the \ ROMAN EYE BALSAM. . Mrs. Davis, No. 77 Esse* treet, has been cured of ttifl.immatiou of the eve-lids and weak eves, of vears duration, hv using 1 only one ytr ofdw be lehiiii , Mian Fit/. Gerald, No. 2 Market street, had for two or three yeara been 10 much afflicted with weak aud intlammcd eyes, < that at times she could scarcely see to read. Her eyes have been completely restored by this Balm, after all other means , had failed. Hundreds have DV its healing virtues, been restored to light, where almost total btinduess, caused by excessive in- : (laminations, had existed for years. The " Roman Eye Balsam" has been, a Iodic time used in private practice by the most eminent oculists in this aud fereirtu countries, and its astonishing efficacy in temoving all disease, and inflammation from the eye, has established for it a reputktion far beyond the reach of any other preparation. IN DIMNESS OF SIGHT, caused by fixed attention to 1 minute objects, or by a long exjiosure to a strong light, and in the weakness or partial loss of sight from tiektieas or old age, it is a sure restorer, and should be used by all who find their sight failing without any apparent disease, rut up in small jars with Full directions for use. Price 37M cents. Prepared and sold, i wholesale and retail, by DAVID SANDS Ik C O., No. 77 East : Broadway, comer Market st, N. Y. | Sold also by A B Ik D Sands, 79 and 100 Fulton street, aud by j A B Sands and Co., 273 Broadway, corner Chamber street. i jv14 Im r i TAILORING. ~~~ ; REMOVAL. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT, Is removed from 145 Broadway to No. 7 Astor House. ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. Garmeuts of a most .legnutand Fashionable kind rt a saving of GO per cent for cash. tyilE advertiser di ms it unnecessary to resort to the he.ckI neyed system of giving a list of nominal prices, presanTuig that the length of time he has been established, together with the extensive iwtronage bestowed on him, will prove a sum eieut voucher for his capabilities. Possessing the advantage ot being connected with an extensive cloth establishment in Europe ' lie confidently asset* that he can lumisli flollics which, on com ' paruon, will be found lower than any oilier house making up ' the best descriptions of gentlemen's dress, my I 3m S. I'll I LI. IPS, 7 Astor House, Broadway 1 LOOK OUT. He who steals my purse steals trash, 1 But he who filsties from me of my-good name Hobs me of that which not enriches him. But makes mepoor indeed.?[Sliaksiieare. I MARSHALL, A T HIS ONLY TROY SHIRT DEPOT. No. 90 Chatham 1 71 street, makes the above quotation, because others eDdeavor ' to lilch from him his good name, fame, and reputation. We j have more than once made public the many imposit ons practiled on dealers, strangers and others, in pursuit of our highly ' reputed Troy Shirts, Bosoms, and Collars. But now that im- j positions are on the increase, therefore, we shall keep these ' facts before the public, which will expose imposters, and may ' cut off their wicked designs. Make no mistakes therefor*. ' " Marshall's only Troy Shirt Depot" is painted on our awning I and window. Be paiticular, howerer, to see the ndtne " Marshall's" on our window and about our store. No. 96, our only Troy Shirt Depot, is situated about 16 doors from the corner of Pearl and Chatham streets, and on the right hand side in Chatham street, in passing to the City Hall. Seethe name (C7* MARSHALL'S andyou art correct. CATALOGUE OK PRICES. Strong made Cotton Shirts, with lineu hosmns, collars and wrist bands, warranted, at per dozen. $7?7 50?8 ?8 50?9?16? 10 50? II?12?12 50?15?16?16 50-17?18?20?21?22 50-24?25 I 26 50?27?28. All Linen Shirts, iierdoz. $20?20 50?25?27 50? < 30?32 50?36?38. Plain Cotton Shirts, per doz. $5 50?6?7?7 50 ] ?8?9. Colored Shirts, pel doz. $5?5 50-6?7?8?9?10- 11. I Collars just received?In addition to our former large stock of < collars of every description, 1000 dozen, all Linen collars, at ' 50 cents per dozen, 62c?75c?37c?$1?1 25?I 50?1 75?2?2 25 ?2 50?2 75?3?3 2V-3 50 and 400, including our new style. Marshall's Byron Collars, which have been so highly approved < of. These goods, with our plain and ruffle bosoms can be , found at many of ine principle ready ma 'r lineu stores throughout the city.aniQat the manufacturers, nJ^-Mars ball's only Troy Shirt Depot, No. 90 Chatham street, New York. We caution dealers and others against thr many mistakes that have been made of late, in consequence of seeing ticketed prices in some of the windows. -Recollect, no marked or ticketed pricea are to be seen in ou~ window. But remember this the cut of ourstore, with the prices attached, will be circulated for the benefit of all. These circulars only maybe seen in onr window : anJ, furthermore, wc advise again, see the name and . number, ' Maishall's, No. 90." No patronage asked of those who beat down. jyl6lrn*c TO THE LADIES. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS.?The prophesy trey, Misa 8 KING, daughter of thr'celebrated Carl King, offers for sale a most select and choice assortment of Millinery ] Goods, for the spring trade, never as yet presented to the public, both as regards the quality and rheapneis of the articles The assortment consists of the following :? The celebrated SILK HAT, CALLED CAPOTTK D'OR- , LEANS, as worn by La Duchesse U'Orleans, of Kranee , ' SHED SILK, ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL ' STYLE?And Lawn Hats do do?An tmire new style o Hats called " MOMNE CAPOTTE8, ELSSLER (XfTTAGE.' 1 Parisian and English KANCY STRAWS, of the fiaest tei- J ture, in great variety. I The Proprietress respectfully solicits the ladies to favor her J Willi acall, and examine her elegant and varied stock of Mil- ' linrry for themselves, before they purchase elsewhere, as it ' will be a great saving to them in price and a gre it advantage as f rcgardi the variety and quality of "the (nods. ~ t MIS8 8. RING, Magazine dr Model, * jyM Im'r 293.% Broadway. IMPORTANT TO THE f PUBLIC. \ ALL who wi.h to economize ran obtain Clothing of ihe heit r quality remarkably cheap, at 201 Canal street, one door I wet! nl Hudson. Also, a larg. laaortm. nt of Cloths, Caaai- h inerei, Veitingi. and Summer Oooda, from which Clothing of h all kind* are made to order in the be?t manner at ?ery reduced c pricea, 201 Canal itr'ct. jel9 3in*r a SHIRTS. CJHIRTS made to order, after the moat approved French / O faahiona. Oentlemen'a (Jarmenu of all descriptions made to order at the shorten notice. Gentlemen'! Furniihiigt Store 97 and 69 Maiden lane, corner 0fanmi*rm *r"t' WILLI_4M COLLINS A CARD TO THE LADIES. r PARIS DRF.8H MAKING K8TABLI8HMENT?No. 77R Kut DrOMlwiy, one door from Market >IKS. W. H. JKKFKKH, Ure Misa ? Punmr of 293 Browlwtf, ? respectfully informs her former customers and the Lathes . generally, that she hat rt-C#mmenced the Dress-inaltim: htisinet* at the abovr-nsined establishment, where the w ill devote her attention to their service, and confidently assure* those ^ ladies who may favor her with their pat ronage, that Dresses, . Cloaks, Habits, kc., >utr-isted to her skill, shall he deliver ? ed so iwrfect in style, fit, ah.I finish of workmanship, as not to be excelled at any of the'most approved establishments J; Broadway, and for much more moderate prices. 1 w n as MR8 W " JEFrERd, 77H East Bro.v. ! .Vl " r-Mssters, Misses and < hildrrus' dresses made to ordtf . t the shortest notice. U imV | L. STRAW GOODS. \ T 39 John and 111^ William streets, im- ? rT'u^lu^ of Italian and English Straw \ k y ,n ir,n"i * ca*tonie's and the public its 1.3! . r**k*OTI ui plcndhl and extensive assortof ladies fashionable straw goods, which he offers for , K!L..ki7 iSf.?riK,o#i.I,ri?ei? *?* : French and English DunsUhli?, lull*!. Rutland., haney Scl.ell ....I Imp, rial (? . .cry fuhiiiiMhle and beautiful article) fine Tu.cau. Albert | Straws, otc. etc. _ Alio, an entirely aew article, the White Siberian Hair , Bonnel, which fnrlhe atimmer wear inrp.fa.ei all the itylea aa yet intrndnced, being eitre nely light,durable, white and beautiful, and will clcanai wi II a? lm*e T ADIK8" NIIRSF.?The widow of an eminent phyiicnn otfrn her leivicei to the Lailiei ) Hliia city, being fully ca pacitated by long ezperience. Teitimi niala from the Ib.t phy ician?, and reference!given. Apply i 3tt Greenwich itreet I jylJ lmeod r W YO V YORK, SATURDAY M< WATERING PLACES, &.C. CATSKILL'MOUNTAIN HOUSE, AT THE PINE OHCI1ARD.-IM2. PHIS romantic and faahiouable resort will be conducted dur? in* the present season under the direction aud superinteuance of the subscriber. It haa undergone a complete and lorourh repair, and is new aprii for the reception of visitor!. T lo etforl will lie sjwred to inaiiiuin the deservedly high ehamc- 1 rr which It has heretofore acquired. h As heretofore, its tables will be furnished with every delicacy n i.U the New York market can afford; and every i>oasihle al ntion that can promote the convenience and enjoyment of iu 0 alrnns will be promptly bestowed. The road Teadiun to this f stahliahmeiit and especially that part of it on the mountain, has een rendered perfectly smooth and sale. p Messrs. A. k . Beach te Co.'s excellent liue of stages will run s heretofore regularly la 'tween the landing aud the Mountain s louse, on the arrival of the boats. C. L. BKACII. Proprietor. 0 June ISth, 1042. jell Imr ? 3ATH HOUSE, LONG IM. A\D."-Thi7Toug and well ' known boarding and sea bathiiiR establishment, having reently undergone numerous improvements, amoiiK which is the rectiouof several elegant summer hosues upon the margiu of le ocean, is now o|>en 1 a the receptiou of company duriint the rasou. The great extent of private beach on this shore?ihe erfect security in bathing, even for ladles aud children, (the athinc houses being within a stone's throw of the mansion)? be shady, cool and delightful locust grove ai^oining the house - he |,|, v. mi rides in the surrounding country?the excellent J mawuinit- tli -b?*.tiiMlui view oftbe A f I uiic ocean and th? ?\yt r bay, almost c iwUntly enlivened by uimerout veweit rriving or ctnw'.rd bound, render lhi? situation in every re- n |h?c? unequalled l?y any in the vicinity. Its accommodation* i< avn|de, the r??oin* airy and the teni)>erature. even in the rarmeat day* of summer, anything hut o mire strive. The coneuience of communication and distance, (being but nine mile* ioici Brooklyn,) the access by slaffcs ul hour* accoinrmulated ? has int.** under it imculiarly well adapted a* a reaideuce for v entlemen of bmir. ** in New York, jrl'i 2m *r WILLIAM BROWN, Proprietor. FURNITURE. ? GEORGE W. DAWSON, S Vkohnate and Retail Furniture and General Fur- \ mvhing Warehouse, No. (iT Chatham ntrtei, cor- H nrr of I>uane afreet. Nan York. iLTllKKK he beep* for sale a l:irg? a)rtintnt of the follow- j ing arliel, *, vi/.: SidehotnU Bnrems, Bedsteads, Cots, , Table*, Chairs, Office ami Portable Desks. Glass Case*. Book t ?ses, Looking Glaiues, Dining, Centre. 'I ea and Pier Tables, 'ianos, Sofas, Soli Uetlsieada, iKuls, Beudtng. _ Pale alters, Matreaaes, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Matting aid i?ire Lous, Wash (rami*, T<??l? t Tab."*, c andle Ktafti.U, Bureau Bedsteads 1 treeing Bureaus, Sales, flic. 1 Also, a k?ru* assortment of men ami woineu's Wearing Ap- i ?reI, iu-w and second banned c All the above articles are offered to the public at very I iiw prices. Persons in wont of said articles w.mhl find it to heir advantage to make au early call at the above esUOlish- | il : t I Shipping orders pmictu.lly attended to and r?eked on the r hortest notice, ana on reasonable ferma. Mattresses, Bedding, ' lc. for fitting out vessels, constantly on hand. s All orders to the above establishment will be punctual)/ at- y ended to and thankfully received. ff. B.?The highest prices will Ire given for Secoud Hand t 'urnilure, and Geutlemeu's and Ladies' cast off Clothing. I ji22ttjn*r (,000 SUMMER WINE. I B. STOUVENEL, Importer of Krench Wine, of ' . the most approved brand., Bordeaux Claret and other , iVines. He let. removed froin lit, old stand, 61 Nassau street, o N<>. 21 Ann sdreet, (m ar Nassau) basement. ' Always on hand, the best and most rechtrchr Wines, St. Ju- J i.uij Moutferraut, St. Esteve, Lalitte, Aledoc, die. in barrels, ' tall casks and cases. Also, Champagne, various brands; Bur- 1 [undi, Hermitage, fcc.; superior Comae Braudy; bestipiality ' jiri, I'ort Wine, Portugal and Mimnisli Wines. 1 J. B. S. will also sell by the dozen bottled Wine forpiivate amtlies, which will be sent to any |?rt of the city, also by the ' tallon or olhtVwise, to those who may favor him with their pa- . .roiuute. INO w iuea art iropurt sola by him, as lie imports them lirect. . (?7~* J* 0. S opened a boarding house at Hobnkeu, opposite Vauxha.l i. arden. ou the inaiu road, wltete is kept an as- t lortmentof S ? I **?t Wines. Private parties supplied with good linners audrafr* si ments. jvl2 lrn*c PARSELLS & AGATE MANUFACTURERS OF STOCKS, Suspenders,Linen Drapers, See. have just received a very light ?nd beautiful 'lock, expressly for summer wear. Also. a ncli and varied as lortment of Summer Scarfs, Uravals, Silk, Lineil Thread, ami ICiil (Roves, with a large assortment of Suspenders,ready made Linen and Muslin Shirts, Linen Collars, Ureas Fronts, gentlenen's under garments, he., at the old establishment,2! I Broadway, between Park place and Murray st. jyll lin*c PERSSK & BROOKS, VJ"A 61 LIBERTY STREET, between Broadway and L'U. Nassau street, offer for for sale 161 Blocks Irish black marbl*. 100 Casks refined basket salt. 300 Casks Boyd's bleacliiug.pawder. 30 Tons superfine soda ashes. 2 Cases patent leather. 50 Bales Chesterfield factory brown sheetings. 7000 German patent fire brick. 20 Caska 3 and 4 F E blue smalts. 2 Bales cotton carpeting three and four yards wide. 5 Bales Machine blankets All of w hich will he sold at lowest market prices, jy 17c NOTICE TO EXPORTE P8 OF COTTON. T^HK CONSUL GENERAL of France hereby notifies the f Shippers of Cotton to France, that in order to obviate all ilifficulties with the French Custom Houses, and in c??mplinice with instructions he has received, a certificate will be required at his office, from the Collector of this port, w hen vestels are cleared for France, stating the place of growth of Cotton laden on board said vessels. au'J lwr ECONOMY, EUkGANCE, AND GOOD LF/ING. '"PHE undersigned has, at agrrst ei|>enje, fitted up one of the largest and most spTcftmd Coffee and Eating Houses in New York, in which our hundred persons at least can sit down :o an excellent and substantial breakfast, dinner, anil tea, [from :he choicest supplies of the markets, with a bill of fare nut ex :elled either as regards quality or number of dishes] by any hole! in the United States, and varying in prices from six cents to vne shilling and eighteen pence |>er dish. The purest Java and Viocka coffee and the very best teas, and served at only three leuls |>er cop. And all other refreshments in proportion. The waiters are uniformly civil and polite, and every visitor may be lssured of feeling in this establishment quite at home." In "act, every department of the business is nnder the sn|ierintenlenee of competent overseers, whose sole care and attention are ltrected to tile comfort and convenient!-* of customers and meats. HENRY GOSLING, Proprietor of the French and American Eating House, Nos 64 and 66 Nassau at, between Jaliu st and Maiden Lang. P. S.?Open Sundays for breakfast, dinner and tea. je30 3mr GUNS AND PISTOLS. OO- EXCLUSIVELY.-#*} B JOSEPH, 14 Maiden lane, up stairs, importing agent for the sale of English. German and French double and single varrel Fowling and"Ducking Guns, from the lowest to the fin :xl qualities ; Pistols of every description, for this and other narkets, embracing one hundred different kinds, all of. which le is now prepared to offer at the manufacturer's prices, being which enables him to sell at extremely low prices. A large assorted stock of the above always on hand. City and country merchants are particularly requested to tall, previous to making their purchases. jy27 3m*r T<0 OUN DLALKRS Uuns, Piitols, J- articles 100 Sincle Barrel Fowling Pieces IIH) Double Uuns, imitation twisted 300 do do real twisted and patent Breech. 4000 Pairs of Pistols?assorted?llifldifferent varieties. Ixlfles and llitle B urels?Locks and trimmings Oatne Batrs?Powder Klasks and Percussien Caps Sporting articles generally. The above articles will h? sold at unheard of low puces, )y A. W. SPIES k CO. ' _jy!6 Im* c 218 Pearl street. J HAVANA AND PRINCIPE , SEGARS. \A RADER, 46 tliiatham street, offers for sale "A. 18u,<KH> La Norma Segars. I M.nfltl Noval Priuci|ie. 25 000 Woodvillc. ' f 21,000 Rionda. Untitled to debenture. Besides a full stock of the choicest ' rrainli of Havana end Principe Hegars. jy20 In eod*c 0~ L. INGEUSOLL'S " 1 BOAT ESTABLISHMENT. ? D OATS Dinkey sail boats aud mce boats, pleasure boats, kc. Ir kc. The immense Boat Building Establishment of C. L. nttersoll, 406 Water st, near Catharine Market, is one of the ' nost extensive in the United States. Herq, were built the most reautifnl pleasure barges and club lerats that have lloated on t he rivers and lakes of America. Also the barge for the Auto- t rat of all the Rnssias. severs! race boat for Aaiatic Monarchs; h" fkney boat called tlu; John Smith of Arkansas, and the fast ailing Imat for Mr. O. P. Banning*. He has recently ttMNM 1 i life boat on a new plan, which lias been pronounced by some , if our most experienced nautical men superior to any ever be ore built. \l this establishment any kind of boat will be ' urnished with reversed bottom, from s mould, in any way to \ nit the taste of the purchaser, of whatever firm they may he. Hie materials are all of the best quality, pine hoardj being no art (hereof. A large assortment of boats of all kinds, including if Mats, Kites, long, quarter, pleasure, Whitehall, snd mce mats, may Ire always found st the mrmifact try, at prices much s'low what purchasers have heretofore paid, anil a liberal dienunt on the usual rates will be made to those who wish to sell gain. Please call before purclusing rlsewliere; you can then udge of my worh?References. Jas. W. Hale. Sol i Agent, 18 Wall st. For advertisement of oats, kc., see Com er k Enquirer and New York Commercial vuvcrciser. .ivs* im*r CROLIUS' BOAT ESTABLISHMENT. I 400 WATER STREET, POUR DOOPA KAST OP CATIIARIVK MARKITT PHK Subteribci having in hit malmfactory, and midrr liia / I own immediat sii|*criiitondin.-c, aorne of the oldest and V loaf experienced 1 silders in this city, and the boat of materials ai ir building every description of koala, which enables him to 01 rnish, at the shortest notice, Hogs of the moat approved mo- n II and workmanship, on the moat liberal terma. 01 BUILDER of the Sultan of Muse it's Pleaaure Baric* , the ta Vave, (la/.i lie, Victoria, Atlantic, Wakona, Stc. Also, the rv inn, of Peek?kill, Washington, of rouglikecpsiu, Din hi ?, of lyde Park, Sylph and Wave, of Mobile, Oiro flleWvt, of .ouiaville, Madame Celeste o( New Orleau. kc. Alao? I'he sail boats Wn Croliua, Fashion, Zanonl, Star, an-l M>111 Forrest, Itc., I i., he. jy23m<*->d?c J DEARSALL'9 OAR ESTABLISHMENT. founded in }' t 193-1, at 1(12 W iter street, live floors above Catharine mar '-1 let, the only establishment of the kind iu the United States. *' nntiiiues to supply the Navy, the American, Russian, and " tpanish war steamers?has supplied all the race boats and club J1 mats for the last four years?ami has now the largest assortment if oars, sweeps, and aculls ever collected in oue place. N. B ?The Bianch Oar Store on the North River side, ia " hut up, and removed to 402 Wale r atreet; and aa I aave all the 1* itpenaesol **lie store, I will sell enough cheaper to those who 11 t ime frmn ilie Norvli River side to |iay them for their trouble, dace boats, club boata, oara and acnlla sold 90 per cent less n han last year. roil 3m* e J nrrftrriNO WATERS .000 reams ruled aud plain Letter 1,1 vv Paper; 750 do do do Foolscap BOO teams line and superfine Flat f'ap 500 do English Copying Paper 100 do fine superfine medium blue and w lite w 200 do do do demy do d > Alao, a large assortment of Envelope Paper, for sale at very f aw prices by PF.KSSE It BROOKS. V. jy? 01 Liberty atreet. RK I JRIN^NG, AUGUST 13, 1 Ml SCELL ANEOUST FRENCH, ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL ACADEMY. No, 7 Dlvlulou-utrei-t. N consequence of the enireaty of a number of patron* whose children frequent tint school, the undersigned will continue tt instruction* iluriuK the Coming vacations, anil by thaw iearn open an avenue to those who prefer school to vacation. 1 he iulent of this institute is a rapid and thoroughskuow ledge f the French aud English languages, Mallieaiatica, Natural f)iloso|iliy, Ike. The Student of the Latin aud Greek will, in a short time, be rcpared to enter College. 'The F'seiich being the predominant branch, witl of course lie poken in the classes. The session commences ou the 1st of August, yet pupils may bum admission any time iwicnls can make it convenient to mil them. The terms are moderate, as will be seen in the circulars. . P. LUX, Principal. N. B.? 1 he Evening School is open for young men only. )yW2w*r ASPUALTUM AND MINERAL TA1U WMI\T i ntirinir/ JwnrN jAMVii/i, No. 2 Wall-Street, LJ AS constantly on hand natural Asphaltum Rock and MineA ral Tar, which are used for the following purposes Garden* and sidewalks. Floriug of Buildings and Cellars, where the exclusion ol lOlsture i? required Canals and lit idges. Piers, Whorls ."ltd Docks. Vaults. Bolts, Aqueduct *, Reservoirs, Sewers. Terraces, Hoofing. Coating of iron w< ik, to prevent its uxidauon by air are. rater. Coating of timber wotk, uaed at railroads, &c. Markets, slaughter ho n?es, and Bonding warehouses, where he tsclusiou of vtrrniu is reaired. |vlMtneod*r iqhn Gabriel verren o! werren, * n?u of ' Swiuerlaud.?Any one who ha*^ ever known or heard ol liis individual, or of a person of a similar name, will please ominuuicate the fact to me, as this information is of imoortnce to some of his family. His real name was John Gabriel Werren ; but in a foreign land it may, like many other names, iave been changed, or become corrupted in its spelling. He came to the United States in the year I78i, aud he li *ui>ooed to have resided in the 9t^e of Pennsylvania, and r<> has < lied there ; but as no trace ol liiin as yet lias been discovered, he information received by me upou the siibjt ct is probably noonnet, and I now take this Means of mnktag a general iniitry throughout the Union. i eod ! in i P. F. ST A1QER, Philadelphia, Pa. IN PRESS.~l, tl.. care of PROFESSOR WEBSTER I of Harvard * niteisjhf.<BaCanibridsi edition of ,L1EB1G*S iew work on Organic Chemistry in its applications to Physidogy ami Pathology. Edited from tlo Author's Manuscripts, >y William Gregory, M. D.. Sic. The only correct and autnorixed, edition will be that now iriiiling at Cambridge. For this edition the author and ? ditoi nve not only supplied all the corrections and alterations^ bul iew and additional matter not contained in the Londou edition To the Cambridge edition will also be prefixed a biographical ketch of Professor Liebirg, and an account of his otiiei srorks. The delay in the appearance of the work here has been caus :d by the Don- .naval of the last pages ; these have now beer ereived, and the work will he out in a few days. Persons desirous of obtaining the correct and perfect worli will address the publishers, Messrs. James Muiiroe and Co 34 Washington street. Boston. B >trow,July 20, 1812. a3 llaw 3t r SILK BANNKK8, lie. LJANNINOTON Si CO., 2s3 Broadway, near Read atreet, I 1 Ke*i>ectfully inform (lie Ordrr of I. O. of O. K., and theii 'ri. lids generally, (till they are now nr. nared to execute orden or Fl*gi am! Banner* iu the imat superior style lor beauty, Inrability, and t-couomy, h it ink' Silks made for the exprru oe:a*ion that will inake the larguxt banners without disfiguring it suth u seam. Specimens and Designs can be seen at their Kstahlishmeut, 9:1 Broadway, or sent to any part of the Union. For style, design, and execution of works of the kind, we reer to the (Jetty's Banner, No. II, I, O. of O. F., as also to Greenwich, No. 40, Harmony, 44, Covenant, Si, I'erseverauce. 7, also Military Companies anil Sunday School Banners, and he societies St. Nicholas, New England, St. George, Si AnIrews, Si David, Ike Ike. Window Shades in great variety, frum $1 each to the richest lid best, painted by the most eminent artists. Staitisd Glass, alter the manner of the ancients, warranted lever to change color, with many recent improvements foi hurch windows and other public and private buildings, steammats, packet *hi|>*,?i ire windows, Ike Ike. Imitation. Glass, painted on muslin for churcl inflows,vet y 1I00 initiation of the real glass,at a very trifling rxpetise, or the al ia* ob .cured and painted in brilliant colors rerv uurable and cheap. iy 17 r WATCHES AND JEWELRY"VERY LOW.-Th.~sub '* scriber is selling all descriptions ol gold and silrei Watches, gold and silver pencils, gold chains, keys, Ike., at re ail, lower than at any other place in the city. Gold Watcher is low as lib to 30 dollars each. Watches and Jewelry exchan [ed or bought. All Watches are warranted to keep good time, >r the money returned. Watches and Clocks re|>aired in the rust manner, and warranted, at milch less than the taut ?l prices, by one of the finest woiiimen in the city. O. C. ALI EN, 1111rorter of Watchesaud Jewelry, wholesale and reta I, 36 Wall Ireet, up stairs. jyjllm*r 3PLEND1D DISCOVERY FOR LEARNING TO ^ PAINT AND DRAW FROM NATURE.?Amateur nay see, at No. 231 Broadway, next door to the Americas Hotel, a number of samples of |?ainting on wood, velvet ilk, muslin, paper, Ike. &.< , by a process for which the in 'eutor lias received a premium of two thousand dollar) from the French government. The imitatiefcs of oil painting' ire so perfect that no painter can imitate them without learuini .he process. By this method, any artist or other i?er?<>n mai learn, 111 a vcrv few lessons, to pilot With oil, water color miniature, and also many new and handsome inventions, to j perfection understand without seeing the samples or taking a sin-It- lesson of Mr. VICTOR ERNKTTE painter to |In Courts of France. Russia, Jkc. Tlie Artiste will remain only till the 14th of neit mouth wlien he intends returning to Fiance. Specimens may lw mtii <4f the above address. |?11 ym*C P A TENTS?ANlT; RICAN AND FOREIGN OFFICE A and Agency of the United States Patent Oifice, No. 21 State street, Boston. This office has been established in Btrston for the |>ast tet years, and inventor* are informed that all business relative t< the prei>aratiou of caveats, specifications and drawings, assign m? nts and other papers, and procuring patents, is here transac Led with accuracy and despatch : and all personal trouble, ai well as expenses of a journey to Washington, and delay there, tared to them. Attendance nere is altogether unnecessary?a model, which may be sent bv Harudeii's Express, and a snort explanatory letter, b? ing sufficient. Parents secured in foreign countries, an J advice g ven on all legal and scientific mat ten respecting them. The facilities of the subscriber, by bis %?p eimsiTf 11 bra it of books on patent laws, and n." mechanics works, fkc,, enables liiin to afford evid rice and opinions foi At IflW. for lllfi iilb'fliollf s Sir which wniilrl <11 tfi.-n 11 ill utlier ni|*{U for iiartie? to obtain. All model", kp., forward ed to the Patent Office, Washington, free of extreme. H H. EDDY, Civil Engineer. The following ia extracted from lettera of the Commissions! of Patenta in 1830 To R. H. Eddy, Esq.? m Sir " I have to renew the assurance of the hitch respect I entertain of 1 our atjency for paten ees. So far as I l.ave fit aril they have expressed rip mtrlves satisfied with your services slid justice to yourself compels me to say, the business of youi tffire, so far as it is connected with this department, cvinrei much skill and great assiduity. Yours, respectfully, H. L. ELLSWORTH. for all further inforination, apply to DAVID OAHDINER Agent of Patent Office, No. 21 Pine street, New York. a2 Im* r NOTICE TO CRED1 TORS.?The Assignees of Decasse Mi?r|e k Co i irj reily to omIm i nnl utyment, :r?dilori of the s.iiil firm, are irqucstfd to call on Monday neif 15th inat. at 303fi B.o dwav, to n?r? ive their j?roi>ortion. F. O. BKHTKAU, J a j AUG. JUROSSLlV, j Assignees. 12th August. |8I >. an 12 I w *i NOTICE TO CLERKS, and all other persons whose busi tiess causes th'-m to b constantly on their feet.?By callini it the old ricluiive B tot Store, M4 Chatham street, tney cat )e accoinmodrted w ith the invaluable article, ROOERS M E PALIC ELASTIC HEEL BOOTS, warranted in every |nr icular, and at the game price of the orrtinaty Boot. The fol owing are some of the many advantages tne Elastic Heeli lave over every other kind elasticity adds greatly to the durability of tin Soot. gecoudly?They make no noise in walking upon the pave ncnt. Thirdly?ahey prevent Boots from running down to tin teel. Fourthly?'They enable the wearer to walk with much lem a'Ufue. ! ifthly?They do not cut or tear carpets as do iron or nailed teela. Sixthly?They can be worn with comfort by those havitiu ender feet. At usual, constantly on haad all kinds of Boots at wheleaaU imi nmn, ai maiiiirayrer ? "new, jy i? cuiniCricr or Jr.Frrusnrs fii. ('ompidv, Ne* York, August 1, 1812 r!K Board of Director* of this in (ilutinri have tin, day d I lared * semi-innual Dividend of seven percent, payable 11 the atoekholders, or their legal representatives, on and after lie 1 Oth instant. Transfer books closed from 6lb to Otli instant inclusive. Jjttr OEO. T. HOPE, geciufry. 'N(Tf,I.ECTION9.?The SuRsiTnbers will collect Note ^Drafts, Acceptances, Certificates of Depositee, fce. (through desert haniden 8t Co. from New York to Albany) upon any d tlie Inlawing places, and guarantee returns to the city ol dew York, infrom six to tight dnys. Iftica, Canandaigtia, Syracuse, Rochester, Auburn, Batavia, Oenetta, Bufialo. Rcrrtiscrs : Erasmus Corning, 1 honuu W. Olrott. Albany. POMKROY It CO. 3 Wall street. New York, fj < orner State and Market streets. Albany. New York & Albany Rail Roan Compact, 2 Park Place, New Yotli. ^OTICE is hereby inven to the ^stockholders of the New * York and Albany Rail Koad Company, that die President ml Directors have directed a call lor an instalment of five p< r ens on the Capital stock of the Company, payable on the fth day of September next. Aumist I, 18R. By order of the Board, a21 sap3 r JOS. E. BLOOMEIEI.T), Sseveum-. lORPOltATION NOTICE?PuKic Notice is hereby go J von, that a sale of | ronerty for unpaid taxes will take place t Public Anction, at~-ie City Hall of the CitynfNew Yerk, it Wedoesd . . r :.' ay of September nest, at 12 o'clock. OOli, and l" ii in day to day until the whole of said ropertysb i 1 that the detailed statement of the lies, and prop > < > i published in the New Eia, a ewsp-perprinted audioi i.i si.ediiithe eitv of New York. ALK ED A. SMITH. Comptroller, t mil trailer's Office, Mavl 1842. je2S Iawt9ept2? c PHHEE DOLLARS?Doctor J. PROVOST would m k form (hose who are so unfortunate as to contract any form r a certain delieate diaqase, that he has reduced his price to u- small'sum of three aollars. Having recti,ly purchased a rge assortment of the very best medicines, he can afford the one without eitra charge. Thus, gentlemen, von |ieireire lat no extortion will be made It would be useless to eipati. c u|?n the many wonderful cures performed within the last sv years, they are well known. The object for reducing the rice, if to bring it within the means of every young man to ee h'Msell from this dreadful malady, as well as moderate rsonal gain. Office No. 91 Broad street, eortie- of Stone, rixate entrance in Stone street. J. PROVOST, M D j V'30 2 w e __ _ DO NKW'YORK IN VALIDS.?Dr. JOHN THOMSON, ' of Albany, son of the Founder of the Thomsonian System fPraetice will, by particular request be at No. 313 Broome si. ir a lew days, where .he inay be consulted by sncli patients as e afflicted with chronic, disease, from which they can find no liiffrom other sources, especially drs|<eptics, four-fifths of hich he thinks may be cured under fifty years of age. auT lm*r lOXL-IU Ions Liverpool Csnnel Coal, for sale in lots te S suit purchaser", now landing from ship fliddons. Apply to Ut LDW'b K. COLLINS, It Co., M South street. IER A 842. Nnvy Utntral Caarl Martial on board of tli? 1'. S. ahlp North Carolina. 1 Fiuuay, Auguit 13. ] The folia wing letter has been received by Lieut. Robt. i E. Johjhom, of the Exploring Expedition, who, it will lie seen, therefrom, is honorably acquitted of the charge* preferred against him by Lieut. Wilkes, so that another of these trials has ended in tmoke. The following is the letter :? Navy Department,( Htb August, 1H42. ) Si* :? The Court Martial before which you were recently tried at New Vork, upon charges of " disobedience of orders" ami " wasting the public projierty in your custody," preferred on the information of Lieut. Charles Wilkes, acquitted von of the same. This sentence is approved. You are, therefore, relieved from arrest, and will regard yourself as on leave. I am very respectfully, Your obedient servant, A. P. UPSHl'R. Lieut. Hobt. E. Johkson, U. 8. Navy, New York. Trial or Lieut. R. F. Pinxnev Continue i>. cording! were commenced by the examination of? Lieut. C*nw&LLAnck Risooold, called for the prosecution. In reply to queitions hy Lieut. Wilkes, be said 1 promulged those surveying instructions 011 lioard the Porpoise ; I think it was'bet ween January and February, |H8?, and some lime in the month of August following. Lieut. Sincluir was on board tlta i'orpoiso in August, 1*39. He took angles and was engaged in surveying opentlions with the other officers. The observations were regis teiod by the Master, or rather the deck-board was under his direction. 1 should judge that every officer on board was acquainted with the method of keeping a deck-hoard. The duty of surveying on lioard the brig was done in conformity with the instructions received. This deck-board (shown witness) is similur in form to those used on the brig. lly the Acct.'irD.?I don't know that those instructions were promulgcd to the accused. I do not know wind sort of a deck-board w us kept on the Fl> nig Fish. The Relief, on which the accused was 1st Lieutenant, was atisent during the time the surveys took place, of which I have spoken. We found her at Orange Bay, Cape Horn. I made some repairs on lioard the Porpoise anterior to the arrivalof Lieut. Wilkes at the Bay of Islands, sueh us caulking, new rigging, Sir. It was my custon to muke repairs immediately 11)1011 entering |iort, such as I thought to be absolutely necessary to make the brig tit for service. I considered it my duty so to do, without waiting for the authority of Lieut. Wilkes, and I did it ill this instance. 1 t immediately reported to the commander ?f the expedition j officially,the repairs Iliad mode, and the expenses I had incurred. He approved of the lulls when they wera handed in to him. I run, r heard of any generul report or rumor at the Bay of Islands, that the repairs and altera. 1 tions made in the schooner Flying Fish, were made for the convenience of her officers, or to make her more flashy. By Lieut. Winn?I made the report of the repairs on the brig to Lieut. Wilkes in writing. The Court was here closed for deliberation, and on its being re-opened the Judge Advocate stated to Lieut. I Wilkes and Lieut. I'inkuey, that the Court had decided that in the case of all witnesses called, either by the prosecuting witness or the accused, thev must state the iioint they intended to prove !?y him before summoned, ami if they had been summoned before he was called to the stand, and that this was to be adopted as a general rule iu all cases to be brought before the Court hereafter. Passed Midshipman Hshrisois called and sworn, and the letters complaiued of in the first s|>ocificatioii being shown to him, while ho was examining them the accused said, to save time, he admitted that the letters were written hy him, and forwarded to Lieut. Wilkes. To the second specification, the witness said that the accused had never shewn him any letters except one, ' which lie requested him to copy, nor had he seen the letter addressed to the Secretary of the Navy, aud accompanyingtlia charges against Lieut. Wilkes, i To the third specification, the witness said he knew I nothing of the transmission of the charges through a third ' person. To the first i|x>cilication ofthe second charge for " neglect of duty," he said?so far as 1 am any judge of those ' matters, Mr. Pinkney endeavored to keep the public pro| perty from being injured. To the second specification he said?I know that the five men deserted, and took with them a boat which was never afterwards recovered by us. As regards keeping the watch, 1 know that a strict watch was not kept in port. Mr. Sinclair, in whose watch it was presumed the men deserted, was on deck during his watch ; whether he kept there constantly or not I do not know. The reason , I know he was on duck was that 1 went on deck myself, i being alarmed by a report that a vessel coming into port , was nearly running into us. To the third specification he said :?It has always been [ my belief thut Sir. Pinkney endeavored to do his duty | whilst surveying the island of t'polo?the weather was very had most of the time. I don't know whether a|deck , lioard w as kept or not; I had not much to do with the sur? vey, not understanding a great deal about the matter. I know nothing about liis reporting his arrival. ' Questioned hy Lieut. Wilxks?I saw no deck board, nor any thing likethat, (one shown him) hut there may ' have been one. To the third charge he said :?I knew Lieut. Pinkney mada certain repairs in the Flying Fish, which I conceivi ail were necessary. I don't know whether they were with or without authority. 1 Question hy Lieut. WiLsrs?I think thoic'repairs were | the making and repairing galfs, anil caulking the vesael, and some other little things which 1 don't now re, member. Of the 4th and 3th charges the witness knew nothing. 1 To the 6th charge he said : 1 never witnessed any cniel or illegal punishment on board the schooner. I heard of Weaver being punished afterwards, but 1 don't think it was cruelly or illegally. I heard that Mr. May flogged him, but 1 ilon't know personally. Q. by the Accusr.o?It is my impression that the accu1 sed was not allowed twice before leaving Callao to repair the vessel, or break out her huld. I don't remember whether the hold of the vessel was cleaned atMatavia Bay ber fore arriving at Papeite. 1 know the hold was broken out, hut I don't know whe.her it was completely or not. 1 know some water casks were landed, with the log book ' of the Flying Fish before me, [ stated to the court that on the 17th, 18th, and 19th Sept. 1839, we were employed in p cleaning out the hold ami spirit room at Matavia Bay. I remember receiving orders from Lt Pinkney to superintend the cleaning of the arms and inspect them, and I performed that duty on two or three occasions while I was on board, so far as inspecting them after they were cleaned w as concerned, lt was a matter almost of im|>osaihility to keep arms in order (on hoard the schooner; it w as so had. There was no place for them between Callao and Otaheiteexcept below, and that was almost as had as on leek. Ii was so had that I have seen an officer hoist an umbrella to keep the wet oil him w hen below The accu e. vas never cruel to the men tinder his command; on thi contrary. he t eated thi-m w ith great kindness. Oil mi occasion during eur southern cruise, he shared the cabin with them. The letter which I copied I do not remember i tho date of, or whether it was dated Aug. '48, 1839. I Q. by Lieut.WiLKr.s?I know I was on board the Flviag Fish aftvr I left Callao, for I left there in her; I don't remember how. much of tho voyage between tlia' place ' and Otaheite {was sick oil board the Vincennes; 1 thick I was transferred to the Vinrsnnes in the dangeruue Archipelago, ami at the time the Vincennes and Flying Fish were separated; I w as sent hack to the latter, at my ow n desire. The Flying Fish was with the squadron during a portion of the time it was cruising among those islands but Idont recollect whether she was engaged in survey1 ing with them, though I think she was. T don't remember I whether she fired guns to measure base by sound; I had nothing at all to do with surveying; 1 have heard other vessels firing guns frequently, but I don't remember whether among those islands or not; I presume, however,they did; I don t itnow wuether any were fired atClcrmont Tonnere. Mr. Jts. W. Hnwisox called and questioned by Lieut Wilkes?It was usual in promulgating general orders to send a copy to each of the vessels. I believe the surveying instructions now shown me. were promulgated in the usual way; I can't say positively; I don't recollect whether a cony was ever furnished to the Relief or Flying Fish. The instructions were issued in June or July,1839. n. cupy 01 ihp survey mg ireaiise uy ine coinmniiorr 01 me expedition, was sent to each of the larger vessels; I am . notsure whether it was te the schooners; 1 don't recollect whether it was issued without orders; I don't know whether it was issued as orders. By Accused?1 received from the hands of Passed Midshipman May, at Honolulu,a communication in an unsealed envelope, nddressed to the Secretary of the Navy, and was requested to hand it to Lieut. Wilkes. By I dent. received the package in the mor- I ning, but I don't recollec t the date; it was on my way to hisnouso, between S and !) o'clock. I did not see Mr. May the evening previous. By the Accused?I noviT heard a report or rumor that the schr. Flying Fish was alteied for the convenience of her officers. Lieut. recalled and questioned by Lt. Wilkes?i am very sure that Lieut. Wilkes was not in the observatory when Lieut. Pinkriey called with the package, because I "had just been upstairs; he might have been about the building somewhere, but to the best of my knowledge he wnsnot I don't know on what Halt Lieut. Pinkney called at the observatory; I don't recollect at what hour he called. It was most certainly between 9 and 4 o'clock in the day. By the Arm sko?I never have heard any rrjiort or rumor that the Flying Fish was altered for the convenience of the officers, or to make her more tlashy, nor any thing of the sort. I don't recollect that Lieut. Wilkes ever said he would brenk the accused; hut he did say thnt the " nddihonal thargts ha had again if him would go rtry hard with him" A deck ho aril was not usually kept on board the Vincennes; it was seldom seen on deck; tt w as not kept at surveying among the Fejees, w hile I w as on board the ship on the northwest coast, and at other times, which 1 don't recollect. By Lieut. Wilkes?I don't know how long I was on board the Vincennes, on the northwest coast; I was not suspended from duty lor a week before we nrrivivl at i'aget Sound. Lieut. Wilkes here stated to the Court that on the isth , of July he had written to the Judge Advocate to request ( the summoning of several of the crew wf the Flying Fish, 1 including the ntgro, John A. Weaver, and presented to the Court a letter which he bad received from the Judge ? Advoeate, in which he had replied that he did not n et . himself authorised to summon a negro without the rity of the Court, believing that such testimony would be i illegal. w. . . . Lieut. Wilkes then stated the man w as on board, nut c the Court said the testimony could not be received. LD. Price Two Cent a. Alter some further remarks. in which he disclaimed my intention or wish to l>c considered the prosecutor in :liis or aay other case, and stating that he w as satisfied from the testimony that the accused w as nat cruel, the matter w as dropped. The piosecution being closed, the Judge Advocate intoimed the accused that the Court was ready to receive any evidence he might have to offer. The un used then called Lieut. Wilhsis. <4?Did you before writing to the accused on the -J3d Sept. 133W take any steps to \ erifv the report, which in that letter you assert,)ou had received from Captain Hudson ami the carpenters I A.?I did not consider it necessary. <4-?You have stated that the accused, at King's Island, made a verbal application for an arm chest, but that you muuuniiniuig\iTD9i applications?now came you to attend to the verbal application lor a rack? A.?I am not aw are ihut such an one w as made to me. The minutes of the witness' previous testimony were referred to by the Judge Advocate, when it appeared that racks had been provided upon a verbal representation of the accused. Witskss.?I don't think a- verbal application was made for racks;the racks were a suggestion, I believe, of my own. li. -What w us the cause of the detention of the t lying Fish at I'apeite I A.?Heaving out. Q.?Why did she heave out? A.?For repairs. Q.?What repairs? A.?General repairs. Q.? Was it not to bolt on her kelson ) A.?I can't say. <?.?Was it necessary forany other purpose to he m her out! A.?1 have said it was lor general repairs; I can't answ er the question farther oi my own know ledge. Q.?Wus the kelson iijured by the negligence of the accuse<I' A. ?I can't say. H.?Were the surveying instructions which have been relerred to ever sent to hint ? A.?I think the) must have been; they were promulged; I don't know that they were sent, to my own Knowledge; I think I did sign those instructions to he sent ou the Fi) ing Fish to him. Q.?Does the error in (he ehart made on the survey by the accused, indicate positively that the survey w as performed negligently? A In my opinion it does. 4-?V ou have stntwd that the notes of the survey made by the accused were uot sent to you, and that ) ou could not verify it. How did you ascertain it was erroneous? A.?From the survey and my own observation, and no data furnished ma w ith the chart to prove it. If.?Was there not u much greater error in the survey of King's Island by the Peacock, than in that made by the accused? A. No. Theiewasno error in the survey mbde by the Vincennos, the Peacock, the Torpoise or the Flying Fish; the error w as in the survey made by the Russians; that was a part of the work oi the Exploring Expedition I feel particularly proud of. Q.?Did Lieut. Knox survey l?polo in 1941. If yea, produce the chart. A?I don't think he did survey it; he attempted to survey it. Q?Wasthe Peacock ordered to Upolo expressly to reHIlrt'AV ihta CAIllh oi'ln aI" iKn Irlnx/U ............. .^luauui A.?Thnt wan the principal cause. Q.?B? the Coi'rt?Did you inform Lieut. Pinkney of the report made by Capt. Hudson anil the carpenters, and ntfonl him an opportunity of explanation previous to addressing him the reprimand of the "23d Sept? A.?Not to my recollection. Q.?By Actt'sed?Refer to the log l>ook of the Flying Fish and say when the mainmast wus found to lie sprung, which you say you went on board to inquire altout on the 23d September. A.?I cant vouch for the log. The witness objected to being examined as to that log, as it was for the purpose of impeaching his testimony,and because Lt. Sinclair had testified that he had made memoranda in writing at that time relative to his conduct. The Judge Advocate rend the minutes of the log on the '24th September, from which it appeared that was the day an which the defect was discovered. Lt. Wilkes still objected, and the Accused then ottered the log book in evidence, to prove that the mainmast was not discovered to be sprung until the -24th September. Q?Where was it the accused spoke to you about rating one of the crew of the schooner us boatswain's mate. A.?I dont recollect where. (d ?Did you wot at Apia give the accused permission to rate a man as boatswain's mate. A.?No, not as I understand it. I gave him permission to nominate or report a man, but not to rate one, nor w ould 1 to any officer under my command; particularly not a boatswain's mate, though I might other petty officers. I refused a boatswain's mate to the Sea tin 11 before she w as lost, and appointed a quarter master to her. Q To whom was that refusal made' A.?1 believe to Passed Midshipman Reilley, her commanding officer. Q.?Was not Henry Tabor reported to you for refusing to punish one of the crew of the Flying Fish I A?Not to my recollection. Q.?Was the accused rated us Lt. f'omrad'g in the F.vploring F.xpedition I A?I tielieve he was , he received the pay. 1 suppose he was so appointed. The appointment will shew. Q.?Did y oil order Purser vvm. Bpeeden to deduct ^1300 from the accused, and for what reason! A?1 ordered Purser Speeden to deduct the amount of extra pay from the accuaed in consequence of his not having performed the scientific duties which entitled him to it, after I received the knowledge of the destruction ol his journal, and that he and kept none. Q.?Did you not retain in your jiossession for a y ear or more, a report made by me of y our behaviour, to the Secretary ol the Navy. The witness declined to answer this question, as it was the subject of one of the charges preferred against him by the accused, and be might criminate himself. The accuser! stated that his reason for asking this question w as to explain w hy he hail sent the parkaire ronmin ing his charge* against Lt. Willie* in the manner laid in the charge against him. Lieut. Hudson recalled, to allow him to explain some of his testimony of yesterday. He now stated that the instructions, the dute ol receiving whir h he could not remember then,were received Ly him on ,19th January . 1?3?, off Rio Negro. M*. Dihslk, Carpenter, was then called and sworn, and questioned hy Accused. I did not make any - opart or statement as to the condition ol the schooner Flying Fish or her sails on the 23d Sept. 1839. She wa lying at Point Deinas when her kelson wiu found to be loose. I cannot sjy whether the hold was broken out. She was broken out so far that I could examine her kelson round the mast. 1 don't know how far aft I could see the kelson. I suppose 10 or I f leet aft ; perhaps 6 feet forward. I went to Papeite in the Peacock from Matavin Bay. The schooner was heaved down because her kelson was ]oo-e an.1 supposed o be hrsken, and it wa1 to secui e if I think 'h-- 1 1 oom r was at Papei r v hen lo r r nno -i v io d e. i prung 1 am sure it whs. | i ?, no I \ the condition of the schooner'-liowspii' when h took command ul her a' 4'nllau. Li Pinkio y sikol n?-1<? go and look at it, hut I don't recollect what the condition was. The schooner's hold was clean at Papeite on the J3d September, w hen I was at work in her. The accused hc.e stated that he had concluded his rase, and asked to he allowed until Monday to prcparo Ins defence. The Court exptessed a w ish 'hat he > tiouId he ready to-morrow, wh-n he stated that he could he wady by l'j o'clock to-morrew, and the Court adjourned un'il 10 o'clock to-morrow. Inoiin Wen again.?The Sioux and the Chippewa* are taking each others' scalps again. The Galena Gazette ol the id inst. brings information of a battle between them, which recently occurred. One hundred and thirty Chippewas attacked the Lower Sioux village, killed thirteen and wounded eighteen. Five Chippew as were killed and a number wounded. The Utter then retreated to their own country. Aholition Row in Nkw Bfdfosd.? Foster, the abolitionist, who goes about trying to get mobbed, came very near succeeding at New Bedford, on Tuesday evening.? 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