Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 23, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 23, 1842 Page 1
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TH Vol. VIII.?No. ?33 ?Witol* Ho. 3083. REGULAR PACKETS. ^tW UNfc tlvTEkl OOL I-ACRETS T. tjlfroai New York on the 2Jth ?ih1 Liverpool ou the 13th Jib- WML ^f5?5 Nsw Tok*7 Slue 8IDDON8. Ceouin K. B. Cobb, ?Slh Augn.t 8hi|> SHERIDAN. Cipuiu F. A. Dewy.U'r ?th Septem r Ship OAKRIt A, ^4|a?1n \Vm SkidJy 2ith Octob. Ship KOSCIL'S, Capuiu John Colliu., lith Nov?uil>? r. K*om LietarooL; Ship (JARIMCK, C.tpuin Wm. Ski.ldy 13th Auumt. Ship ROSCIU8. Ctpum Jot.n Collin., 3lh Remember. fcH... ^nim iw < inf ill. K. B. C/obb. lith Ootobrb Ship SHERIDAN. Captsin F. A. Dereyster, 13lh I*)?nn'i Then jIium ire *11 ofliic lirst class, u, wards of ImM* \>us, binII in th? city of New York, w iili ?ucli iui|iruveoieuts as combine great 4peril with unusual comfort for iwtscnger*. Etriy carinas been taken in trie arraugement ol thrir accommodation*. The piace of passage hence it $100, for which ample stores w ill be provided. These ehi|>i are commanded by experienced matters, who will make every exertion to give gvueral satisfaction Neither the captains or owners of the thipt will be responsible for any lettars, parcelt or packages sent by them, unless regular Ir'ts of lading are signed therefor. Thee nips of this line will hereafter go anted, and their peculiar constructiou gives them security uot possessed by any other but Vessels of war. For freight or passage, apply w> E. K. COLLINS u CO., 56 South St., New York, or to WM. k JA9. BROWN fc CO., Liverpool. Letters by the jackets will be charged 12% cents |icr single sheet; 50 cents per ounce, and news|>a|>eri 1 ceut each. aul'Jr NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS!-(SBCOND LINE.) Thetnip^rf this luiewTn liereaite^^ve Nev^^rrinjii the Island Havre on lire 16th of each month, as follows : From New York. From Havre. The new ship ONEIDA, i lag March ( 16th April Captain < l?t Jnly < 16th August Janirs Funck, f 1st November/ Ifilli December Ship BALTIMORE, t 1st April l lClh May Cajitain < 1st August a IRth S?|>tember EdwaniFunck, f l?t Deccem'rr 16th January ShinUTlCA, I lit May i 16th June Captain < 1st Seinemb'r < 16th October! Fredenck Hewitt, I 1st January f lblli February New sliipST.NICOLAS, I 1st June l 16th July Cajgain < 1st October v 16*1> November. J. B. Pell, I 1st February' 16tn March The accommodations of these ships are uot surpassed, combining all tliat may bo reijuired for comfort. The price of cabin passage it $100. Passengers will be supjdied with every requisite, with the eKf|gtou of wines and liquors. Sooos intended for these vessels will be forwarded by the subscribers, free from any olhrr than the exjienses actually in urred on them. For freight ox passage, apply te BOYD k lilNCKEN, Agents, at 9 Tontine Buildings, r OR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS. afe. M, M. Fonh^Iriter accommodating)! shipper^ it larnteiiXd to despatch a ship from this port on the 1st, 6th, iOth, 16th, 20th, and 25th ul each mouth, commencing the 10th October and continuing until May, when regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby treat delays and disappointments will h? presented daring the Rummer months. The following ship" will commence tins arrangement : Snip YAZOO. Cantain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI. Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship 8HAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON. Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVILLE, Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULGEE, Captain Leavitt. Snip NASHVILLE, Captain Dickiusan. Sliip MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mnlford. These ships were all built in the city of New York, crpresty for packets, are of light draft of water, hare recently been wly ctgiperedand put in splendid order.with accommodations lor |>asaeiiger* nut-<4milled lor comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give Seneral satisfaction. Tuey will at all timea be towed up and own the Misaisaippi by steamboats. Neither the owuers or captains of these ships will be responsible ft>r jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any letters, parcel or package, sent by or put 011 board 0! them, unless regular billa of lading are taken for the same, ?id the value thereon expreesed. Far freight or passage, apply E7k7COLL1NB It CO., 56 South St., or HULLIN fc WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The snips of this line are warranted to tail punctually as advertised, and great cure will be taken to hare toe goods correctly measured. ml OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. ill 'T'HE OL^LftlE of PaSSt^I? Lirerpoo^^n^^eafter be J. despatched in the following order, excepting that when the day of sailing falls on Sunday, the ships will sail on tlm succeeding day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June 1 July 19 616 tons, < Oct 1 Nov 19 D. (J. Bailey, (Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug 7 760 tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 B. L. Waite. (Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, (Jply 1 Aug 19 800 louj, < NOV I i?ec i:i J. Rathbone, ( March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, (July 19 Sept 7 610 tons, a Nov 19 Jan 7 E.O. Minkill/Mii 19 May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, (Aug 1 Sept 19 618 tons. < Dec 1 Jan 19 A B. Lowber. (April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, t Aug 19 Oct 7 900 tons, < Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B. Cropper.f April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, {Sept 1 Oct 17 850 ton?, < J an 1 Fe b 17 W. C Barxtow.r May 1 Jene 19 The COLUMBUS, (Sept 19 Nv>v 9 700 tone, (Jail 19 Mar 9 O.A.Cole. (May 19 July 7 Punctuality, a* irganls the day of sailing, will beobierved as hewiolore. The price of imasage ou'w tril ii now fixed ai One HutiJred Doll irs. for which ampl- stores of ever'* description will te provide?, v.ith the exception of wines and liquors, winch will be furnished bv the new aid*. GOODHUE a CO., 61 Sonth >t., C. II. MARSH VLL, :I8 Burlinie-slip. N. Y. jelllyh BARING BROTHER* CO.. L'pool. STEAM NAYIOr^^^^UT^TEEN ANTWERP AND NEW YORK, VIA? S 0 UTHA MP TOM. BELGIAN STEAMER BRITISH QUEEN, F. Etcbholt, CoMMiitDta. The dnyx of departure of this well-known Steamahip, hare been fin d as follows : From Antwerp, From Southampton, From Naw York, On 4th Mar. 1841. On 7th May, 1841, On 7th June, 18tl rOw-. loth July, " 7th Aug., " 7th Sept. " lorh Sept. " 711. Oct., " Price of passage, meals not included, to Southampton or Antwerp, ?7<V?Steward's fees, $2 621{. The meals will be lerveil on board, en the plan of a continental hotel, in the best manner, and at hied and moderate |>rir.es, passengers being only -halved when partaking of the same. The price of passage to either of the above ports can also he engaged if preferred, with m'-als and steward's fees included for |97 62*6 cents, exclusive of wines. An experienced Surgeon accompanies the ship. For freight or passage, or any further information, apply to H. W. T. It H. MALI. Agents, aS6m*r 41 Beaver street. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. new York and Newark. ^W' ,iirjTgT"gyii Fare rrniiced to ?J tenia. From the foot of Conrtlatnlt rtreet, New York. (Every day?Sunday aifcf eptcd.) Leaves New York Leavei Newark At I A- M. At i. P. M. At 7X A. M. At IX P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 9 do. J>, do. 11 <X do. 10* do. i% do. t do. 7 do. (do 19 do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Liberty atreet. Leare New York. Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. and lk l\ M. At 12 Noon and Id P. M. NE1Y YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN, WESTFIELD, PLAIN HELD, BOUNDBROOK, SOMERVILLE, Ac. Daily. Letvr New York. Leave Elizabeth Town. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. 2* p. M. 9* A.M. 4 " 12 M. 4X P. M. 5 P. M. 9X ' The traina of die Somerville Railroad Co. connect with theae inea each way daily, Sundaya excepted. P.n?en?er? are requested to ptirchaae ticketa at the office, foot jf Liberty atreet. Fire between N?-w York and Elizabeth Town25 rente. Fare between do and Somerville. 75 centa. NEW YOI1K. RAIIWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. From the foot of Liberty atreet, daily. Leave New York. Leave New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 7* A. M. 4X P. M. 11 A. M. 9 P. M. Fare hetwetn New York and New Brunswick, '5 cents. Kahway, 50 centa The fare in the 7X A. M. train from New Brnnawick, and IX M. trim Aom New York, hu heen culured between New York and New Brunawiw, to 50 centa. " and Railway to J7)f " On Snndaya the 7)4 A. M. tripa from New Brnnawick is rmitted. . Paaaenrrer* who procure their ticketa at the ticket office, ra eive a ferry ticket aratia. Ticketa are received by the eonlector ..nlvjin lire .lay when purchased. lull J?.? FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. flgafia KK.iil I.AH MAIL LIN? F7-M p1T>\TuK lOHfON, ... STONINdTON AM) NEWPORT, tornI ..f (! (ollowmif SI1|H ri r ?t.*.nrr?, rnnaimr in t..?iri> inn will' I..- St.mi.11 Hill I'rnvidi ncn, and B<. and Cnv 1J1 ,.rt R.i 1 r? < i?? 1 vSS R'Kl'SETTS. Captain Corritock. KilUi.t. ISLAND, Capain Thayer. NAHI'AOANdftlT, Captain Woolaey. MOilK< JAN, Captain Vnndrrbin. Our oi whi' h will lf*i.- Ncv York c!*ily, (Sunday* ctfl'.il) i' 'in I'irr No. I, N.wt.i Hirer, Baiter) rlur, at A?r . dock, P. M. AFa.ror.Mror. Th* NAR.JIAOANAET, on Monday, Tor Stoniniflnu, and rhn- >.liv. f.n Si..in I.'Ni ? t rl mil I'r... i?,< I I.I MAsSA< II. sr. T I S. ..II I I .day, |..i Srnninglon, S'r\v, rv jin.l l'...i iii.-nr- aw! r r... .y ( >i S")inin;Mn. Tin- ItllODK ISLAND, cu W.'.lnf .da?, I'nr .Momnifton, mid d -ni. 'iy*. ibr Newport, atiJ Pr.-aidenrr. I'a v mcer? on tlif arrival of the iii?m-n at SlouiiMton, n.iy ake i!i<- lUilr.. id <-? nid i-rocied in,n.-d,.t.|y in I ro. 1, ili-l 411.1 U- >*t"l|. )Voihi taken at Uii- f..ll..wniK inncli reduced i?fr? :? T? Imn, on K,.o.l? j?|||ili forty poUM of pmw4a la lie cubic loot, at $J M) pertmi, anil on ineaiureinent good* 7 rut* |>er f.Kit. To Providence, on menaurcinent gondj 5 ci nl* |nr cnbir .nit, ?wl i*rni.1 article* ai per tarif to be obtained at office & ro?dwat. mil 6mr E NE Nj RAILROADS 4 STEAMBOATS^ LONG ISLAND KAIL ROAD CO.?Daring the Kockawiy ?uoa, ami until further notice, a train ol Cars will leave Jamaica at 8 o'clock in ? ! the morning for Brooklyn, commencing on Monamy next, th^ 22a nut. All other train* on the road as usual. _au2l lw*rc /KaI CAMP MEETING^ near Sallem* in the IP*?-v*r-r 4* Kamapo Vullev.?The new *nd suhst *.nrinl m S* r?Ateamooaf JA<'OB BELL. Captain Ui< hard Vaies. ou Tui *day nwruinu 2td August, will leave the loot ot Pi e street at h tlf pa t 7 o'cloc k, foot ol Duam- ?( a' 8, aud Hammond st wharf at cjuarter pa*t n o'clock?and continue running: at ab^ye during the week for Pierrnont, where the New York and Erie K-iln?-?d Oompa.y will have an extra train of cars rt adv to convey t*sscng?ra to the Camp ground. Ketnriiiur?Leave-* SalFrrus at I P M and arrive in tkccity at 7 PM, daily. Fare each way?Steam B-at 2J cent*? Kail Road 37cents. au22 2t * r M " FOR ALBAN*, TROY *nd interna ifcim frdifttc place*.?The solenoid low - l?r* *?nr? 3EL^fcL3BL?tvamboat SWALLOW. Captain A. M'Ly in, will lca\e the foot of Courtlandt st. This (Monday ) Afternoou, Aug. 22d at 5 o'clock. Also, as al>ove on Thursday 25tli instant. ... [[*7* The above are substantial BoaU, fitted up with elegant State Rooms, and for accommodation is unrivalled on the For freight apply on board, orto 8. M. DREW, a the wharf au22rcj Only I2>4 cent* ?The spleudid and com moil i 3?_>_a]ELdK-ou< itcimrr PASSAIC, Uapt. Joliu Uilfy, being completely and elegantly relittvd, commenced her rrjjular trips lor the season ou Thursday, llarch 10?leaving m lollows ? Foot of Barclay st. New York, al 10 o'clock, A. M., anil i o'clock. P. M. Centre wharf, Newark,at half-past" o'clock, A. M. an] hill past 1 o'clock P. M. On Sundays, the Passaic will leave New York at 10 A. M. and 6 P. Leave New Xoik at half-iuist 7 A. >1. and at 12 o'clock, M. CT7"" Freight of every description carried at reduced prices, aula |m*r .MM THE MOST INCOMPARABLE Of cL UCURalONlj is to Hobokeu.?A change 3L__JK?JtLof air and ol scene is Dot only esseulial to health, but a Kreat source of enjoyment in the summer season, to the residents of a crowded city. For this, n -thing can coinrare with a jaunt to Hoboken, to those who can leave New York only for a few hours. Its shady and diversified walks along the river?the invigorating breiz.es l oin the water?the picturesqie beauty of the seenecy?ih* inauy fine and Commanding views presented from the summit of Castle Point.and other points in these elir.hautiuc grounds?the romantic site ol the Sybil's Cave?the delightful verdure of the Klysian Fields enlivened in the attrmeon by an excellent baud ef music, all conspire to render tliis by lar (be most favoiite place ol'summei resort. Access is rendered easy by the Barclay, Canal at t! Christopher tlrert Ferry Boats, which ply constantly durin* the day and evening nulil 2w?rc _iiiwii-i | HEALTHY EXCURSION TO THE FISHING BANKS OFF SANDY HOOK 3CaaJEI2.?The fast and substantial steamer UTlCA Captain J. W. Hatieox, will commeucc making daily excur sious to the above place, ou Monday, July aith, and coitlinui to run every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday anil Saturday, and Irave as follow s Foot of Hammond street at a quartet past 8 o'clock?Canal street at half past 8?I'ike street, E. K., al 9?Pier No. 1. N. H., al half jusst 9. A lit.il ol Music is en gaged. Dinner and al! kinds of refreshments will be furnisher! onboard. On the return the Ulica will remain at ForlHamil ton hall an hour. Fare 25 cents each way. The UTICA will make an Afternoon Excursion arount Stated Island ou Sunday, July 2?lh, ami continue eve/y Tucs a... ...a a i... ?...i i run li mnnd street at ljg o'clock?Canal street at 2?Pike street, E.R at half past 2?Pier No. 1, at 2?a o'clock. P. >1., and arrive ii the city at 7 o'clock. Fare 2A cents each way. jy25 2mr ?/?a OCEAN HOC SE, Long Branch, Kumson fl. ?PMLf. ^?Brown's Dock, Middletown, Eatontown Docl jR^UBaeCLaiid lied Bank, Shrewsbury.?The steamboa IOLAS, Captain Allaire, will leave New York from Kaltot Market Sli|>, East Hirer, every morning at 8 o'clock for Kei Bank, (except Thursday, on which day the boat goes to Eaton town Dock.) Returning, will leave at 1 o'clock each day. The Iolas will run as above, navigation and weather j*rmit ling, until further notice. All freight and baggage at the risk of the owners thceof. June 21, 1812. je293mc KENNEBEC AND BOSTON. 0M The new and splendid steamer J. W. RICH Cm ...nftwMOND, Nathiqiel Kimball, master, wil XaeJLaE. leave the north side of T. wharf, Bostou every Tuesday and Friday evening at 7 o'clock, for Gardine and Hallowed; and returning will leave Hallowell on Monday and Thursdays at 2>4 P. M., landing each way at Bath. Fare from Bostou to Hallowell, $3 00 " " " Bath, 2 SO Stages will be in readiness on the arrival of the boat at Hal lowell, to convey passengers to Augusta, Waterville, B ingor Belfast and Quebec, ftrsons travelling for pleasure will hn< few! pleasinter routes than this one lo Quebec, as it run through a country abounding in beautiful scenery?UM road are good, and the hotels well kept?the distance 210 miles. j y 10 2m*c EVENING LINE FOR ALBAxNY DIRECT, .%0SV?k jag At seven o'clock, P. M., from the steamboa A between Couurtlandl and Liberty streets S^feCjE. The steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt L. W. Braiuard, leaves the above pier Monday, Wednesday and Friday at seren o'clock, P. M. The steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A.St. John, leavei the above pier Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, a seven o'clock. The above boats ars new and substantial ar? funis he J wit) tdegaut slate rooms, and in every respactareu usurpessed amouj the Hudson River steamers. For iMissage or freight, apply on board, or to fc. C. SCHULTZ, At the office on tlie wharf, or on hoard. Passengers taking 'his line of boats, will at all times arrivi west. * ' "iy<" t4FJf~ BLACK BALL. OR OLD LINK OF LIVER !?**>. POOL PACKETS?Bails on Tl.nr.day the l.t u trn.brr?The magnificent well known verv fas ailing rTfiilar packet ahip CA MBRIDOE, burthen 1100 ton. Capt. VVm C Birs.ow, will'sail positirely on Thursday, thi l.t of September, h?r regular day. IV accommodation, of the Old, or Black B ill Line of Pac kets. for Cabin, second cabin, and Soerage passengers, are wei known to l? far sii|>ei ior to any oilier. Parties spiting the old country, will find it to thei Comfort and advantage to .?Irct tin. favorite packet as tlici conveyance ; and to secure the beat bertha, early applic-aiioi should be mad ' on board foot of Betkneii .tr et, or to ROCHE, BROTHERS Ik CO. to Fn'tonst. atiT3 r si door to tin* Fulton B uik. FOll MOBILE?To sail on Friday the i?'h iust. WPSRFWth" superior last sailing n?? IwntUe WESKEAO sRPSfeKMCspt S| voiding, will |<ositiTely oi l a* above, h> rtKularcIai, and <; ii handiou.ely acominodate a limited nnm brr of second canin passengers atmoderat rates, if early appli catiou be made on board the barque at pi- r 12 E nt River or to JOHN HERD MAN, au23r 61 Booth street. FOR NEW ORLEANS?To .all positively oi Wednesday, 21th inst, the first clasa fart .riling pack ...... qOtCEN VICTORIA, Captain Mallet, wil ail a< above, her p-gul ir day. This ship's accommodation Jib cabin, s*ccna cabin and steerage iirss< tigers, is not surpassed b any ship in port, her between decks b- iug fully seven leet high an) in every other respect well calculated for the eotniort an convenience of passengers. And Capr Mrllrt is well known a an ei|>eri-nced cotnuiaiidrr. The price of passage i' moderate Those wishing to secure berths should make early applicatio oil board atpi- r 13 E. R. or to _a?23r_ JOHN HERPMAN. 61 South st. gibe. FOR LONDON.?Regular Packet of the let ftet The first clsss fast sailing ship SAINT JAMES HI Wm T' S hor will sail as above, her regular day. {{ ring very superior accommodations for cabin. ' cond ca bio. and steiage passengers, persons intending to embark shoal embrace so very favorable an opportunity by making iinmediat application en boar J, four of Maiden Lane, or to OLOVER A McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of Sonth. Persona desirous of.seuding fur their friends can have then brought out by the above vrsael, or auy other regular |>acket o the line, by applying aa above. an 22r l*?- ""PACKET FOR HAVRE?(Second Line).-Th WfjMFV-ship UTICA, Kicd'k Hewitt, Master, will sail oi jUBBfathr 1st Serwember. BOVD k HINCKEN, Agents. a5 1 Tontine Buildings, PA88AOE FOR 8 A VAN N AH?Packet ?3d An Mpy*V.guvt?Tile splendid regular packet hri* CLINTON pSMMKaCapl Lyon, sails positively as above. Iter regular day Those wishing t<i secure berths hi cabin, second cabin or steei age, should make early application ou board foot af Maidei Lane, or to W. Jt. J. T. TAP8COTT, Ida 42 Peck Blip or St Sooth street. NEW LIVE OF LIVERPOOL I'AtUfcTSKFyl^ Packet of 25th August?The superb well Known pick Til lr - II I "irrir l Cant, E. E. B. Cobb, will sai punctually u above, her regulir day. The accommadslinns of the il ip? of this line, it is wel known, are superior in every respect to any oilier. They ar all 1(100 tone Iwrthen and upwards, and are fitted ap with erer comfort and conveni nee. Prions wi.long to secure berths in the cabin, second cabin e strerage of this favorite shin should not fail to make early a| plicatipn on board, h ot of Wall street, or to W. fc J. T. TAP8COTT. 43 Peck slip, ori2 South st, corner Jones's lane Persons wishing to tend for their friends to come out in thi packet or any of the regular line, can do so on farorable termi and those ahoat to remit money to thrir friends, can he itlpplie nitti drafts for auy amount, payable on demand in all the pri? eipal towns of the United Kingdom. Applv at shore. aiiKI r ???- FoR LIVERPOOL?New Line?Kegum AaMFVpacket of 25th August?The splendid packrt shi JMSUXm^lRDONS, Captain E B ( obb, oi IOOU tons, will pc titively sail as above, her regular my b r ti.ight or passagi having accommodations unequalled for splendor < r CuniTort, a| Ply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS k CO. M 8<>uu. street. Price of passage $100. The i?cket ship SHEHIDAN.Ciia.iin A. Dcncyster, of IM tous, will succeed tlie SlDDONS, and sail 25th September, he regular day. Paasengrrs may rely on the ships of this line sailing punelt ally as advertised. M*T tWwV Regular Packet?Louisiana end New York Line.JMMln The very fast sailing packet shyo LOLISYILLE (iant. M Hunt, having a large portion other cargo on board will sail as abuse. For freight or ixuaage, harinr superior Oinnthed aecommc dauons, apply on board at Orleans wharf, fool ol Wall st. or tt E. K. COLLINS k CO. 56 South it. Great care will be taken to hive the goodt by thi a line coi reetly measured. Agenia in New Orleans, I In 11 in k Woodruff, who wi promptlyJforward all goods to their aildresi. an?1 r _ OLD LIN E Fult Ll VEHPOL?Frrat Regal ^y^yf'ck. t Siup NEW YORK. CaptainCropper, ?i moftatiwii* for eabin, ?eeoii<i eabin and et.-erase |**ei-ag?r?, 1 rh-on, nr m?ok B..I! Li,,-, art* ttVMprp&iscd. For |?unai; *il! be *t the lowfut raff. *m?h to JOHN HKUOMAN, CI South af. N. B.-P.uhih' from (Jtv* i lint am aim Irel-md. via Lire pool, can m natal he aecnrcd bv any of he line of ptckrU, ar i!i .iti- furni ?hf d loran\ ?inourt>, lav^'r 'hroagliout the Lfni e?J Kingdom, br a> plying aaaboce null ?AAr HA ' 11 .. , i I WT*rV"rliwl,H *V.' ?newnf?at miiiw ??'! MAIll KKAi" JmrnXm' IK./'ar! Hubbard, aaila positively on tin-2ith An H i?in .r'endM a .crvimodnirii* f?r cabin, second cabin an ;tcrr ?/' ruf?r?,ll wis infcto.-(ec?,ie berths r.honld tnah early ant'licatitn onboard, f?o? of Wall areet, or to W. V J. T. TAI'SroTT, an22r 4% l? eU Nivj,* or'i2 ** li b street. I DA< KfcT ship ST. MCli'TLAS htt'iM HAVRT.; X ? iiM/iK'*', hv ihn hip Will p/* ? iwiIkii p. runt* < fcw.l ?H. foit.ir n-ct.-r*i N.vih Hiyrr. All u m'? ii.* permitted by ilie 23<i i lis I ant, will be sent I the ;u lie ?ry j. *"S r Q ALT?SIM*>elu S. U. A.litoiuk BUcktnirii'i,factory Mir O landing fruln?hip8h'ii<l4n.?iirtJot * eta tote to ^pti cli/wen, by h. K. COLLINS M.O., an2.it J? South etreet, W TO EW YORK. TUESDAY M oculists. DOCTOR J. FRANCIS' CELEBRATED EYE WATER. O. 1# BAKt 1 V STREET, within two doors of the ' Aslor JIr v (lis preparations are a perfect euro tor all inflammatory ? sae of tli? eye, weakness oi aujlit, he., ** Deverl'ail in res vine uebulas ol rhe longest itandiiin, without any surgical operation CERTIFICATES. I certify that Jacob V h ntine. a i nnh of aliout fifteen years of a^e, was brought to my h ii- I at I - II. apparently blind. He called on me tn-u.iv, awl state* thai lie has been the patient ol Di. J. Francis, whose tr atntcut has been the means, under God, ofteatoriMg his siitht JAMES MILNOK, It. iror ol St. Gouge's I hurtli, Beehui.iu?t. This is to certify that two of m> c.hil' , ii wet' a'flii ted a? ith diseased r ves f,>r a length of time, one of them wra* aim, st Mind with nebulas, coseiing the sunt. Every remedy wss resorted to without any good effect, and despaired ot them ever being recovered. 'liiey are now perfectly icslorod to sight by Dr. J. Francis' celebrated preparation. DANIEL S. JONES, m Pearl street. I wit* almost Putin lot twelve years. and in lit* wtrkt, muter ' tin' skilful treatment of Or. J. h rancis, my sight is now [t-r fectly good ami sin.in;. MARTHA BROWN, 177 Forsyth street. I certify to the above bring a tru? statement. 7JEOROE BENEDICT, Pasto of the Stanton atreet Clmrch. I was nearly blind for tw? ?ty years with a cataract in each eye and frotn the use of Dr. Francis' wonderful preparation for that <!i t isc, in. , \ i t hi now perfectly recovered. HESTER JOHNSTON, 41 Eldridge street. We, the andersi,-iied, liavin* witnessetf the astonishing efficacy ot Dr. Francis' preparation* lor diseases of the eye, unhesitatingly recommend them to the uolict of the public, a* valuabl remedies. Duncan Dunbar, Pastor of McDouga] st. Church. S. h. Cone, Pastor of the Fitst B iptm Church. Jul 11 reck, Agrut of the Home Mission Society. Jacob Brounsr, Pastor of the North Bai tist Church. Joseph Audrcade, Rom in Catholic Priest of St. Teter's Chiwch. Nuinetons certificates can be seen at the office. Prepared and soitl only by Dr. J. Francis, 10 Barclay street. New York. Artificial Eyes inserted, which cannot be distinguished from the natural, without gi* itig the slightest pain. Dr. J. Francis respectfully inform* his friends and tke public, that in cousei]uence c f the increase of his business. Dr. Glenny, Member of ilie Royal College of Surgeons, Condon, and of the New York Medical Society, has joined liiin, and every confidence Mil be placed in-his profession d skill is an Oculist. Office hours from 9 A. M., until 6 P. M. jy 10 3m*e DISEASES OF THE EYE. R. It. IHOSSY, OPHTHALMIC SURGEON, No. 207 BROADWAY, I Entrance in Fultoti Street, opposite St. Paul's Chnrch. ATTENDS TO DISEASES OF THE EYE, AND ALL THE NECESSARY OPERATIONS THEREON. OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 TO 6 o'cisOCK. Having completed his studies of 5 years with IjR. ELLIOT*T, Oculix, and been subsequently engaged as his assistant, R. K ; Dio-sv is enabled to undertake the treatment of all diseases affecting the organs of vision. Terms moderate and graduated to ' Permission is siren to refer to his late instructor, and also to t some of the most eminent Professors of the Medical Faculty in New York. I N.B. The poor treated gratuitously au4 1m*r | TAILORING. ; removal. ; PHILLIP3' CA3H TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT, b removed from 1C Broadway to No. 7 Aitor House. economy 5 in gentlemen's dress. i Garment* or a moat jegaril and Kaahiauable kind r t a saving of 60 per cent for cash. ^THIE advertiser dt ms it uuneceuary to resott tj the heckA neyed system of giving a list of nominal prices, presaming that the length of time he has been established. together with the estensive patronage bestowed on mm, will prove a auin cunt voucher for hia capabilitiea. Possessing the advantage of bring connected with an extensive cloth establishment in Eunpe he confidently assets that he can Turkish clothes which, on comparison, will be found lower than any other house making up 1 the best descriptions ofgeutlehleii's dress. , my I Jin S. PHILLIPS, T Astor House, Broadway to the ladies. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GQODS.-The peoprie" trees, Miss S KING, daughter of thtrcelebrcted Carl King, offers lor sale a most select ana choice assortment of Millinery Goods, for the spring trade, never as yet presented to the ptsb1 lie, both as regards the quality and eheapneas of the articles The assortment consists of the following J The celebrated SILK HAT, CALLED CAPOTTE D'ORLEANS, as worn by La Duchesse U*0i leans, of Kranee , SHED SILK, ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL STYLE?And Lawn Hats do do?An entire new style o Hats called t " MOWN E 0APOTTES, K LS.3LEIL COTTAGE.' Parisian ami English FANCY STRAWS, of the finest tex tmr. inrrcat firiety. Tne Proprietress respectfully solicits the ladies to favor her . with acnll, and examine her elejnnt and varied stock of Millinery for tluam?elve?, U-fore they purchase elsewhere, as it will in' a great saving to In price and a great advaiit tgf as regards the variety and Quality of the go<-<U. ? MISS 8. KING, Magazine de Modes, jy22 lm?r W3>? Broadway. "important to the 5 PUBLIC.. ALL who wi?h to econnmir.o ran obtain Clolhing of the best ~ 2\. quality remarkably cheap, at 205 Caual street, one door f west of Hudson. Also, a large. assortment of Clouts, Caavit meres, Vesting*. anil Summer Goods, from which Clothing of all kinds are made to order in the best manner at ?rry reduced prices, 2te Canal str-et. jell Jin*r . 811 I K T s. ' OH1KTS made to order, after the most approved French O fashions, Oenlleme it's Gaiuient* of all descriptions made to order at the shortest notiee. ' Gentlemen's Kuriiiahitv Store (7J and 69 Maiden lane, corner of William street, at Ira'r WILLIAM COI.MNS. A CARD TO THE LA LIES. PAH 18 DRESS-MAKING E8XAHLISIIMENT-N . 77>4 East Broadway, on door from Mirkut stie>t.?MRS. ' W. H. JEKFEK8, l"-te Misa S. rurser of Utr'i B road a-1 y, respectfully informs heT former customers and the Lathes generally, that she has re-cemtneuced the Dres*-:naltiiur busineas at the above-named establishment, where she will devote Iter attention to their Service, and confidently a?sarei those ladies who may favor Owr with thetr patronage, that Dress' s, n Clonks, Habits, he., eiitrislrd to her skill shall be deliver ed so perfect in style, lit, and finish of wmkmanthip, as dot I to be excelled at any of the'most approved establishments r Broadway, and lor much more moderate prices. y MKS. W. H. JKFFERS, 77X East Bros,, i, N. B.?Masters, Missi s and Cliildreus' diessea mtde to order II at the shortest notice. ; STRAW GOODS. T BENNETT, 39 John and 11114 William streets, iin porter and manufacturer of Italian and Eulish straw goods, respectfully informs bis cnstoine s and (he public in [ gent ral, that be has on hand a splendid and extensive assort' ment of ladies fashionable strnw goods, which he offers for sale at very much reduced prices, via.: French and English Uunstables, Italian Rutlands, Fancy Srhell and Imperial (a ?ery fashionable and beautiful article) fine Tutiaiu, Albert e Straws, he. he. Also, an entirely new article, the White Siberian Hair Bonnet, which for the summer wear surpasses all the styles as yet introduced, being ettteint ly light, durable, white and bean" ttfn_ and will cleans, wi II as atmcan. aj lm*c rP IIKTjIEAI'EST CASH TAILOR VET I'ETEA V T HUSTED, Merchant Tailor, No. I Chatham sqtiwe, cor r nerof Chatham street, conti .oes to make Clothing to order, in " the neatest style, 10 per cent cheaper than the cheapest cash tailor in the rity. A good lit warranted, and hereafter no dij appointment. an 16 lm*r - ' BILK BANNERS, kel !" U ANNINGTON & CO., 293 Broadway, near Read street, XX Respectfully inform the Order of I. O. of O. F., and Utah friends gen.-rally, that tliev are now prepared to execute ordera for Flags and Banners in the moat superior atyle for beauty, n durability, and economy, baaing Silka made for the express occaaion that will make tire Orgeat bauuera without dialiguriug it with a aeam. Specimens and Deaigtu can be aeen at their Establishment, 2*13 Broadway, or sent to any part of the Union. i| For atyle, design, and execution of works of the kind, we refer to the Getty's Banner, No. II, I, O. of O. F, ax also to II Greenwich, No. 49, Harmony, 44, Corenant, S5, Perseverance, e 17, also Military Companies and Sunday School Banners, and y the societies St. Nicltolaa, New England, St. George, St Andre wa, St David, Itc fcc. ir Window Shades in great variety, frem $1 each to the richest i- and brat, painted by the moat eminent artists. Stainad Glass, after the manner of the ancients, warranted oever to change color, with many recent Improvement* for church windows and other public and private buildings, steamis euits, packet ships, store windows, lac he. i Imitations of Stained Glass, painted on mnalin for church r1 windows,very close imitation of the real glass,at a vary trifling I- expense, or the glass obscured and painted in brilliant colors, vary durable ana cheap. iv 17 r ; GUNS AND PISTOLS. fltj- EXCLUSIVELY.-CO ' "D JOSEPH, 14 Maiden lane, up stairs, imj orting agent for

*" D the sale of English. German and French double and single barrel Fowling mil Ducking Guns, from the lowest ta tl>e tin est iiualitiss ; Pistols of every description, for tins and other . markets, embracing one hundred different kinds, all o< which _ he is now prepared to offei at ilia manufacture-.'t prices, being * appointed agent for the largest houses in that line in Europe, which enables him to sell at extremely low prices. A large assorted stock of the above always on hand. City and country merchants axe particularly r< guested to y call, previous to making their purchase^, ]v27 3m*r i IMPORTANT TO - HOUSEKEEPERS. ? i FEW IMPROVEMENTS have been mad- upon Fisk's A I'atant Novelty Cooking Stove, rendering it impossible r tliat any difficulty should occur with it svsn when minagrd by one who has had no experience in the use of any kind of cook ' atore. Til" Comity wtn?c la the only cook'tora which In* _ bemyot up within the laat three year*, upon en entire new ir principle, all other* being combination of old plana remoilh <1 || in p?Hrin. beating ?ome n?w name, u an incentive to inrrraae j. the wile without any regard In utility or economy. The Novelty Stove ia warranted ill ?H e.iaea to anawer ev.-rv purpny. t fur which it ia reeomrv nded, or it miy he reruote l and ihe 1 won.) will |, re'nnlfd Tt Ten who h la much la /or ij??.i common i.- ? p- rf< a* i! iel or -n, lvte fiafitr. which mintr. bei more, and owing m the peculiar Cfltntnirtinn of thia (tore, id are iKtuly twice i? . rji - n he u?ed tiI?nn any other of (lie I acme ij :. Amongthe Mtm fnl.irei ar a large boiler, moniie 11c V.) _?!lon 'i lli livrela; a Urge rotary middle, which will ? iiU .,1 or.In n liked ' iirVwheal eahc.t a* MM; a UMi tin f o?en. aniuhh for lmhir.it !i lar^e loave* of bread; a ret of r.nu? "* ami i'i|r lor. pj -ire,I kettle, lioin a 2 batrel caldron (o a mall if bra* kettle. '1 In bteve onl) ne' ?U to l>. . UhMMtSMtiMi any one that ita )H licet turn licit; I r lapMlioiilo.il 10 culinary piirpia**, fully meril* tin iiianMVCt wbl< h it hu^unedamonK all who hare rei n it n ir". Kor sale only at fltk't Stove Ejt.ibliahment, WVil.tr utreet. The public art cau_ rloncl not to lie rlrcein d by thc?< who adyertiie their atovca ~ t* l>, injr"the at me principle ot' the Norelty Sinvet" a* no n ?tovi are m?fi upon'hi-' rinciple ricept by Maaara. Pialt, or their legally ?Sthenic I agentHeferencee gire.u at the atore, o 10<I Water?trert, to over eight hutidied peraont who hnte th> m _ in iiac in thia city. alBlm'r I, ll lUCS OP tic HA N UC. on all |a?rt> ol E'lglaiJ, Ireland r and Scotland. ?u ", in t$. tor UJ, till, to aii> amount, for tale at S. J. 8 YL VLsTKR'b. 22 Wall ,lrert, and 130 Broadway. >RK I ORNING, AUGUST 23, I M1SCEIA NKOUS. THE NEW YORK COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY. ESTABLISHED FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF UUACKBRY, H\S inet with the mo?t ui;;re<cd? ntedaucceft since its com mcin ' iii'-ut, I inieularly tr*>m the uuiTtuna'. victims o| unprincipled nretemU who are now daily (lining strength m i visjor under ^he judicious treAt?n?f!?? of tfie College. '1 hi following ptc, .rations ha/, already obtained a relebncy uuiiaralt-llcu m ili?* huh lL of hum!: -in, . THE UNUIVALLTK.) TONIC MIXTURE. AOfrtain cui 1 i . , ,u. low ; i i>I Appetite, lassitude, cutaneous eruptions, Renrril debility, predupositiou to rou.-umi tion, and all complaints arinn^ irein a disarrangement ol tin* uerviou.; system. It may be also lined with great success in c.isrs of fcvc? mid a^ue. and as a pre. Tentative t# yejjipw fi-ver.^ Sold in bottles at $1 aud $2 each. i nt. Nfc LIMMKNT. For the curt; of rlu uinatic paitu, colic, bruises, sprains, apiml;di?t>au?o, nf rvom li?'aciach??, pain* in the joints, and imuiedutr and j*rinauent frlirf guaranteed. Sold in bottles, 75 cu each. THE PARISIAN ALTERATIVE MIXTURE. For the cure of all cases ol a delie tie discasr, or for ttaini in the bones, eruptions, sore throat, or any otln r distressing syini>toms, produced by an injudicious use of mercury, or by quackery. Ho'd hi bottle* at $1 and $> each. THE AMERICAN ANT1BILOUS CATHARTIC PILL, For the cure ol all derange me nis ol the liver, purifying the lood, uicitmg the whole alimentary canal to Wealthy action, nd givi ng new vigor to the vital powers. This medicine is utirdy superceding the drastic purgatives of tint nostrum ndem. the fkmal^ RESTORATIVE PILL. F^r the cure of those complaint. peculiar to the female sex, and to restore and preserve ttie regular action of the female organs, with lull direction, anil cauti in. as to u.e, and told lu boxes at SI. SO ceuu, and lOcent. each. SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S PILL. For the cure of cutaneous eruption., gout, chronic rheutna tism. and to improve the tone of the digestive organs. THE FRENCH ANTIPHLOGISTIC MIXTURE. Guaranteed to cure gonorrhoea, gleet, and all mucopurulent discharges from the urethra. Sold 111 bottle, at SO cents autl ' eac the papillary healing powder. Forthecureof .ore nipple., and .u|>erlicial excoriation, ol the .kin. Sold in cloxcty atopt phial, at .HI cent. *arh. The .above preparations may al.o be had of the followin, sub-agents in this city:? J. W. Baurt, 611 Broidway. Dr. E. m. Guion. 1X7 Bowery, Dr. King, 267 Hudson street. Etias L.Theall, 548 Grand street. I)r. Newman, 132 Cherry .treet. Wm. Armstrong, 181 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Principal office of tlie College fur New York, at07N..sai treet. By order, _a3r W. S.RICHARDSON. Agent DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR. 192 RROADWAY, Corner John street, up stairs. J SHANKS, M. D. respectfully announces to the puhlit . that for the better accommodation of hi. patients fror abroad, ai well as those of tlw city, he has rimoved his offic as above staled, where he will attend from !> to 2 o'clock, daily to the treatment and cure of all^ disease, incident to the hums eye and ear and the diseases of Women and Chi.drvn. Fror 3 to 5 o'clock daily, will be devoted to consultations for the cur nrtniinplhtriiMiiu pnipgnf fliipass in i*r?rv' ileairfmciif nf trnuli cine, including those of a private and delicate character. Doctor Sh inks, in order to acquire the confidence of stran gen, and to guarantee the public against the remotest feeling of iuijajsition aud quackery, begs leave to state that he is i nrar icioner of medicine of 14 years1 duration, a graduate of thi University of the-city of New York: and that his inanguia dissertation for IV degree of Doctor of Medicine from this University, i ntitl.d "The Human Eye, Anatomically, Pliisio logically, and I'athalngirally considered," elicited the higlies approbatoiy encomiums from Professor Motl before the as seinbied couiiciliand leiofessors ofthis learned University, dur iuglhe public examination and defence of the same. Dr. S. regrets the necessity he is under in adverting to thes< circumstances, so repugnant to the delicacy of every true hearted physician ; but the duty he owes himself, and the re gard he is bound to have for the preservation of the publi health. iin|>erinusly demand that lie should siieak out. What must the regularly educated physician, who has spent years ii the study oi tin knowlr.lge necessary m .pio'ily him for Ins Ml and who holds the sealed testimony of learned and comiwten authority before whom he was examined ,o practice suckmust he?I respectfully enquiie ??remain silent inhiaolKcr and allow himself to be thn-st from the hgiMtnve vonndol h. scientific exertion, b\ the bold, presuming reckless qUicksfNo ! I. f.-r one, will not submit to it. And in order to plac this subject before the public in a proper light, noil in such way as to direct towards it the public attention in the stronges isrssible manner, 1 propose to publish immediately my view more at length on th.s topic. Those of the public and the pr .'cvsir n who arc disposed t second my efforti, will "lease cs'iat in, office, and . ui>? ii" f racopy. The expense will not t.e inort t tan a s go n shilling. si 1 le'r CONFECTIONiU, " ICE CREAMS, SODA VVATBH, ivC I BRAPKN, .No. 73 < il street, i mill u !,U M u ? " and will br hippy to ?* * his lii**iul?, as wi ll aa tie publi ijf-m '^lly, an<l woula inform tlv i'i thit In confine ? t<? nni? improvement*in hit arli.h s of C'?tifecMon*ry ami 1 (h*? which hav?- bi ? ti ?o ruud'l v ap ;n *cd of, from their be in pure and wholesome, as no deleterious article* are uit ii in *h lAannfsieturioc of them, th? Hit ;>e-i nit tide nee of the whole b? in under hU imm sf.gaiuL Qp>'K?.criionary. fruits, &c. {tc wholesale ami rut-til. (V7* Particular attention will he paid to orders for furnisl iu$ parties or prie-tf families for Ice Creams, Jellies, fcc., i price* 11 suit the times. Orders for Confectionary from the country will l?e attendf to with promptness and despatch. lie fakee this opp irtuuity of returning his thanks for the Ii Im r ! iotroiu|l bestowed, wild hopes to'merit a continuance < public favor. au?l Im* ~ ECONOMY, EE:. ANCE, AND GUOD LIVING. TMtF. undersi.ncd has. at a i:ri t expense, fitted up one of ih A lurgeif inu most ?| u-ouid Colfee and Katun; Houses i New Y orb ill which one hundred 1. rsoua at least can ait d"W uttMrll it ind a atial break/aft, d i .11 .r r. am I tea, [ t n? the choicest supplies of the markrta, with a bill of fare not el r.clii <1 cither as legards in ility or number of dishes] by any ho tel in the Units<1 Stales awl ?.trying in prices from six cents t one sliding and eighteen pnee per dish. The pun at Java ani Mock* coffee and the Very b-il teas, and served al only llire Ornta per cup. And ail other refreshments in pvppoition. Th waiters ire uniformly cjiil and polite, and every visitor may b assnred of feeling in this establishment quite 'at home." I (act, every dejmrtincnl of the business is under the supcrinrei denrr of comiieti lit overseers, whose sole rare aud attrntion ar directed to die comfort and conveniences of customers an truest*. HENRY GOSLING, Proprietor of the French and American Eating House, Nos 6d and 66 Nassau st, between .lehn si and Maiden Lanr P. S.?Open Sunday s for breakfast, dinner and tea. jr30 Jm FLTKNTS-AMEHICAN AND FORK I U.N UFFict and Agency of the United Slates Patent Office, No. it Slat* street, Boston. This office ha* been established in Boston for the past te years, and inventors are informed thai all busine** relative t the preparation of caveat*, specifications and drawings, assigr menu and otlu r |M|ars. and procuring patent*, is here transar ted with acenracy and despatch ; and all personal trouble, a well as expense* of a journey to Washington, and delay therr saved to them. Attendance hrre is altogether unnecessary? model, which may he sent bv Harnden's Eipress, and a siioi explanatory letter, being sufficient. Pateuts secured in foreig countries, and advice g ren on all legal and scientific mattri re?|M-cting them. The facilities of the subscriber, by hi* ver extensive library ot hooks 011 patent laws, and rare mechanics works, kc? enables him to afford evirl nee and opinions fc suits at Isw, for infringements, Ike., which would be difficult i other respecU for parties to obtain. All model*, kc., forwarr d to the Patent Office, Wash'iigton, free ofripensc. K H. EDDY, Civil Engineer. The following is extracted from letters of the Commissions of Patents in 1839:? To R. H. Kpov, Esq.? Sin :?'" I have to renew the assurance of the high respect entertain of yonr agency for paten era. So far as I have hi *rr | they have expressed themselves satisfied with your services and justice to yourself cninfiels me to say, the business ol yot office, so far as it is connected with this department, evincr much skill and great assiduity. Yours, respectfully, H L FLL9WOKTH For all fuither information, apply to DAVID OARDlNEf Agent of Patent Office, No. 21 Pine street. New York. a2 1 m* r I < > 11 \ U a BRTEirVEKKEN or WF.KRK N, asNalive 1 ' Swiv.erhgd.?Any 0.1c n iio has ever known or heard 1 this individual, or of a person of a similar name, will pleas communicate the fact to me. as this information It of imoor ance to soinr of his family. Hi* real name was John Oabrii Verren ; but iu a foreign land it may, like many other name' have been changed, or become corrupted in its spelling. He came to the United States in the year 1785. and he Is su| posed to have resided in the State of Pennsylvania, and to hav died there ; but as no trare of him aa yet has been diseoverei the informal ion received by me upon the snhject is prohuli! incorrect, and I now take this means of making a general ii quiry throughout the Union, giend l.n'r P. F. HTAIOF.R. Philadelphia, Pa. C. L. INOEUSOLL'S BOAT ESTABLISHMENT. T) OATS, Dinkey sail boats and rate boat*, nleasurr boats, fci J fc<\ The immense Boat Building EsuMuhinrrit of C. 1 Ingersoll, 406 Water at, near Catharine M irket, it one of th most eiteusirf in the Unilnd Sutra. Here were built tne moi beautiful ideaanre barge* and club boat* that ham floated n Ilia liter* aud Iske* ol America. Alao the barge for the Anl< cral of all the Human. eeeer.tl rate boat for Aaiatic Monarch) thr fancy boat called the John Smith of Arkansas. and the fai ailing boat for Mr. (J. K. Banning*. He haa recently complete a lifeboat on a new plan, which baa bean proqponeed by torn of r.ur moat rtperienced nautical men superior to any eeer he fore built. At thia ratabliahment any kind of boat will h furnished with r?rer??d bottom, from a mould, in any way t an it the taste of the purchaser, of whaterer form they may bi The m ,leriais are all of the be?t quality, pine hoard* being n part (hereof. A large aaaortmrnt of boat* of all kind), inoliidni life boat*, anpa, long, quarter pleasure, Whitehall, and rat boats, may be alwaya found at the manufact iry, at price* muc below what purchasers hare heretofore paid, and a lib r.il d:i cunt on the ntual rate* will be made to tnnsp who wuh to *e! again. Please t *11 br fore |>uroha"ing elsewhere; you car. the judge of my work?Reference*. J MM. \V. Hale, Sol Agrut. u8 Will *t. Kor advertisement r. boat*, fce., tec Com #r It Enquirer and Now YorkComm?rc.i* Advertiser. iv22 Im'r HAVANA AND PK1NC1PE SEGA US. MRADSn, WCt.L* 'pn r, T Ilu,# I > Lin * BfU Nornl . Liir Jb tX)fl VV,?i ?rili,. Hi ?ida. Rot'tied ?]* Ivniu i. H. it'-.* i ^ill *t. ~ r ' 1 Dr*n<J* of n*\ H? ' Pi ?" ? Ki*g.ira OAZO PNEUM : fPiiR sine tiB ri* re ?v k i* r li V r ' Pa?*um in** Hydrtulie Macl i??, (' r ?ii-rn?r w.tttr hi ijrttt of nuanfi'y, train mi n ork* of > lit a am ; *iw' tn?? t?>v n*i'v ol the machiii irivfi if a Kft'? advantiKf ov*r*ay othf i sr.'r?V 1 tn'*lm*r *** " "*T "-* *>?... ?<> p;r|f ?T, WE #?CCU~i e.'il.e! iti.,u of i . r r? .fio'Oi r? KneU'ft tc ft d c.H -i L i in1 .Ousbto .i.ricla ee cdvei t ment Ir. anoint r catntn* of 'hir piper, antjln'r" _________ CI (ML ? I "l teas I.i ret r <01 Cuarl .'"oal (or ?*le in I ,t? i / '.II , If.- ;? ?, 0 >w I nor r iri -hip Siddoni. Apply to at EDW D H. ( OI.I.INS. A Co.. Vi Smith street BflAKOI SO.?A lew aeleet bvard?r* wi'l he t. ik'ii Taa r ge tecl and ie?peetable family. Aoolv at No. 704 Kniton at ml ."I Ei El jA 342. Dublin. ; [ Correspondence of the Herald.] Di'Bi.irt, August 2,1842. European Politics?The Succession in France?The Potato Crop?Vis/rets among the Poor?Repeal Association. The profound grief which pervaded France fur the loss which she has sustained in the deplorable and frightful catastrophe of the death of the heir appa, rent of the throne, lias met with unaffected sympathy in the breast of every individual in the British empire Cold and unfeeling must that man be, whose mind is steeled?unmoved by the ulHicting calamity which has befallen an entire |>eople, and the severe bereavement of the family of France. A print* in the prime of life, on whom the hopes ol a nation, und the future peace of the world may be said to have rested, dying in the arms of his afflicted parents?and such a death! All party feuds were , forgotten and laid aside on the melancholy occasion, in giving way to a sincere and manifold sorrow, at the premature and frightful death of this amiable and accomplished young prince, while speculation is now rife as to its probable consequences to the political world?its importance to the entire of Europe. The idea of a regency in France (for the appointment of which the Chambers are now asseni^|?<l) where there are so many jarring elements to contend with?where the seeds of political strife, and national antipathies are so deeply sown, cannot be viewed witli indifference, or its consequences I anticipated without alarm. The firmness and extraordinary fortitude of Louis Phillipe, under the r profound affliction which lias over-reached him and lus family, has won the admirution of the world. He is, in fact, the only one amongst the hosts ol politicians, ministers, patriots, ami parasites, by whom he is smrouiided, who sees his way, or has the moral courage or firmness to pursue it. The task is yet a difficult and embarrassing one, beset j with numerous obstacles, originating with the various sections of contending partie- m the country, each seeking to secure some advantage from ihe present embarrassing position of the Government. Wl. Thiers, the tricking, the unprincipled, Hnd wily leader of a former ministry, who upon the first sound lias emerged from his retreat, is seeking, by tlie same foul and filthy scheming which has hitherto distinguished his public conduct, to reinstate n himself in power; and though there will be no e amendment moved to the address in the French Chamber, the present ministry may be suflicient" ly strong to defy opposition in the outset; sttll e is ii impossible in the present state ol parties ar condition of the country to predict that they e continua to maintain their position to the terinl : tion of the present session, however short it n ; he. The majority of the members of the pres> j Chamber have been chosen for their known .nit ii English bias?their bitter hostility to (<real Uritaiu. A leader more consonant with their political view* . or sentiments could scarcely be found amidst the - numerous aspirants of the present French people, man ivi. inters, mm cany induction mio omce ih, ! then, more than probable, which can scarcely fail to peril the peace of Kuropie, already so near hems "j sacrificed to his personal ambition on a former oc ? casion. 'Tis hard to suppose that the present French minister, M. Guizot, can long stand. His enemies " are so numerous, bo violent in their denunciations? "o united, and full of personal hostility and detenu, lation to effect his expulsion from the counsels of his sovereign, that (hey must succeed, A chump \ of this kind, the probable forerunner of others affectit ing the friendly relations between this count!) ? and France, may also possess some influence on the conduct and disposition of your Government, which, it is to be hoped, w id consult the advantoves vhich the present sub.-isting frientlly intercoms* iietwecn Great Britain and the United states see uiet to each, than to risk the peace of both, by leaning to the (lolicy of the present opposition party in France, witli the expectation of their soon possessing the reins of Government, or sustaining you in any wild >r hostile disposition yon may choose to manifest 'gainst this country. I wish that 1 could anticipate ome final hnppy result from the present negocia ions carrying 011 with your Government at Wash ington, but regret that 1 can see nothing as yet to change the opinion I ventured to express to you, li it the very outset, that the entire would be a fail81 nre, and though that soinc partial good might ulti d inately result from a friendly discussion of the disputed points between both nations, that no inunedinte settlement of the vexed questions would follow as an immediate consequence. It was never ~ intended by this Government to make any concesion that you could accept, but to hold the various e objects in discussion open until sueli time as the n present French ministry should obtain a sufficient u accession of strength to enable them to sign or ratify " the quintuple or "Might of Search" treaty A short w hile will determine whether I have been correct, r that my fears only led me to these anticipations The distress among the poor of this country is abating wherever the potato crop has been sufficiently early to increase the supply of this nece.? r fond of the lower clashes : but in England the desti? tntion and i>resent difficulties of the |>eople are more ip,mlling. Want, without any immediate prospect s. >f reliel, has nearly reached its extreme, with conl sequences that few can foresee. ~ The Government arc at length beginning to feel * some alarm at the state of the country, apprehensive n of some sudden outbreak or tumultuous rioting in the manufacturing districts, for hunger must be ap ijeased in some way. It cannot feed itself. Cheap M food, cheap provisions, is still the cry?vet what avails these advantages,without possessing tne means ? of their purchase or procurement I The fact is, the B country is taxed beyond its means?its burdens are > 'oo onerous to nfTord any permanent relief. The entire system of taxation must be reduced?lessened |J ?ne-half its present amount?not merely altered to n carry out any new experiment. But can this be l lone! ('an the national revenue afford this reduction ! Certainly not, so long as the fundholder? , the public creditor?is continued to be paid in full, to receive hi9 entire dsmand, however exorbitant . and unjust, which every principle of equity points I out as far beyond his deserts. His is a species of i one-sided justice, with an unreasonable preponde|r ranee of advantage secured to himself. I It must be remembered that a large proportion of tins debt was contracted in a depreciated currency ?in paper. I'hat for every ?100 which the country acknowledges owing to t e public creditor nl the ^ present day, the nation received only from ?tf> to >t ?64. That this sum was even paid to the Gnverne inent in paper nioney, which was then subject to !; a further depreciation of from ?20 to ?25 per cent, i, of its nominal value, while the country now admits the entire amount of its original obligation, and pais * the full interest thereol in specie currency. But 1, this is a question, in the midst of the difficulties anil y embarrassments to which the people Hre subject? *" in the distress that everywhere uoounds? tio man ventun a to discuss, or even allude to, but which the general as?eut has kept out of view, excluded from every debate, whether in or out of Parliament, as of sacred origin and preservation. Still come it must, c- and, ere long, become the all-engrossing subject for r irvjtiiry and patient consideration. ii The labors of our loyal repeal association, since ? my last(have assumed so much of the ribaldry and folly of complete inountchankwm, that 1 should a scarcely hope to excuse myself for occupying your d time with tneir details. \V aterfnrd is now iheirbst hold, where the question of repeal may be cxpeet* ed to flicker for a while longer, and then die of in* anity, a natural death. Ii Tne conntry is now peaceable. Since my'a?t the k prospect of the coming harvest is of the most ehcerf ing kind. Seldom hat the farmer been blcr .'d with the prop|>ect of more abundance. The sea1 on II has been most propitious, and given promise of an 11 inusnallv ear'y harvest. ,( Lord tie Grey ha*-, -unco my last quit this govcrnii ment to visit some German . pa for the benefit of uis health. Humor has it that he does not mean <o return. F. \V. fit iv-lnlinn tCo't '" *' of.tu 1 feral J.] Xr. v O .kass, August 10, A Tkprcr J Sole of Thmars in the. South?Tvj ,-n-ty H?nsr* Ml r.'*s?Rft!?~iUc~Pmdn - ! Fan ;n r Fink?The Cotton Cr r>. r> tj. - ~ i i.AK t, | I I nni happy to learn that you have itlqnifd to J vonr c:ty in fine health and renewed ?pirits. L^ns may your life he pared to enlighten the world, n td j ; >' an honorable example to posterity oi' what an | ' editor should be, and what an editor iirs been. Not neeinj much in your valuable papnr at1- ut I ? New-Orleans, I thought 1 would give you a few f items of what is going on in this little corner of the n world, let, We are all broke ; that you knew be- j , lore ; we are now a^uabbling'about the remnant*. " V ' \ LD. PrJte Two (Villi, Why do you not bend on your friends, th< capitalists, to buy up the rcmnanls 1?capitalists with plenty of gold ami silver1 Houses anil lots are now veiling lor little or nothing?a mere song ; situated, too, in the very heart of the business [>art ol the city. A man with a lew thousand dollars here might so invest it as would herealter make him very rich. No house that is put up at auction will bring much more than half what the house itself cost, throwing in the lot This pro|ierty must constantly improve, i?? V..?-.nrU.ii? ...... i ? i 1 ivi xv*. *?? I* ^MJT, J UiiJ ' I y ? %IJ"IiJ' 41*. U. Mow 1 have an ideu. That iiule Napoleon of yours? make him rich at once : st-nd on a few thousand dollars, direct it to be invested in improved property in this city ; you can set as much a? you want at private or public saie, and in live years from tins date, he will have a tortuue. Make up a purse among your friends, and employ u trust-worthy man?send him on to puich.ise real estate here, and my word lor it ihey will never regr< t it. You must take it into consideration, that nearly the whole property of the city has to change hands, verifying tin: old adage, that "fools build fine housea for wise folks to live in." What is to become of all our millions of produce this lull and winter 1 The up-country tanner and trader must have specie. All our banks are as good as broke. The Attorney-General is winding them up as last as possible, and those that stand can do no business, so that they are ol no use. And my impression is, that there is no specie abtoad to come here ; at any rate, not half enough to purchase the immense amount of produce that must necessarily land on our wharfs. The result must be, that the nrice mast be at tiie option ot the purchuaer; so that let what may ha|>peu, those that have specie on hand, and in this market, muei realize enormous profits on it, whether they choose to lay it out in real estate or produce. The cotton crojw are very promising throughout the country. Every thing is plenty but money.? Our city never was more healthy, The alarm about yellow lever is ali blown over. They are hying to get up private banks here ; the exact plan is not Known yet: when rtmy commence I will inform you, so thut we may take sides in the mutter. I suppose it will be an improvement for cheating or swindling the honest pari ot tin. community. Ail wo want here is a good > xchequcr treasury plan lor remitting exchange, &c. Texas seems to have come to a dead halt, and iUexico is standing still. We are greatly in want of first-rate large hotel keepers. Can't vou semi en lev well recommended 1 n ,'] \ A r. i)ii in. [Cor -i t :ii-Il.-.xiJ.J At !. T., Aug IS, 1*42. < nirnenrf merit t t , mru ( -Mar } < /.firm ?C i.i hi i flint Alurriage?'I 'he I Aidits of Avium. Jamk* Cordon Benm.i'i ? Dear Sik:? You have hnd a i ibcr of letters lately frcni this place, and n ! sum; ti<-u for n.y new oarreapondeni iioti..rty faitlnr communicate ut tin re liao h#en a number of inipoi. 1.ee lately, whiclt will no doubt be v. ;o your readers us well as yourself. We have in the first place just got through v. ith our annual conrtiienceineut <>l th Thr ologuul !-\ minary : it wa - a very intereeiing aliaii ; tire m ici*ca eoiiimenced on Monday, and we have had lets of good eernions trom reverend divines, well written ssaysfrum young students, line singing by the well trained choir, and lengthy pray era irom tin m y pious; and also wo have been honored by tin licence of the celebrated Meetoriun ilishep, A.; r \ oiidnnaii, who lias produced a wonder!,. mi.:., ma iiiiongHt the dcm/.eiM of old (ayugii: |nr to nave r Persian and a bishop, dressed in the i e esau ntal robes ot the Nestoiiitua, and denv. ling rpieetios in us native tongue, w luiliei an extrnoieiuury event hi the region <1 ttie country. Alai Y< train.,.n nenvered an oration tins evening at th" r > cond 1 in? lyterianChurch : the house was filled, and ail andeliglited with him. Th? young ladies aie in np ures with his tine beard ami inusUchios. They want to know whether h?* is martied, and all deTarn thai they will have him t so. Uenernl, d you see Iuiii coming duck to r?ew \ ora wun i.no Harem, you must not be astonished. We have a tine theological institution here. There was aboni 1!0 graduates: Borne will go on foreign mission*, some -tuy at home and feed the pigs till they get a chance to preach, some go as moral reform agents, and some to get married, By the by, that puts mc in mind tliat we had quite u little allitir in that line, which is just developed. A student has been paying attentions to one of our young ladies of about seventeen ye irs of age, and yesterday it leaked out that he has been married to her about three weeks, it is against the rules of the seminary for any of the students to be inariied whilst members of the institution, and her father was opposed to the match. Things looked desperate, but faint bean never won fair lady, so hs made arrangements and was privately married at ihe house ot a friend, took her home, an d all things went on as usual till yesterday, when the altair was found oat. Her parents were perfectly thunderstruck, and immediately locked her up, and refuse to let ihem have any communication with each other.? Her father declared vengeance against him. Dr. Bennett, it is a strange puss the world is a coming to, when even our young divines infringe upon the laws of hospitality and decorum in such a manner. I think it is mainly attributable to their not reading your valuable paper. The Herald ought lobe in the hands of every father of a family, and such cases would be rare. We all of us ars .i ware that as the Herald increases in circulation, follies of that kind and vices of every description nave rapidly diminished. Dr. Bennett, 1 ho[<e you will continue on in the selfsame track, and every honest heart will say, " God speed you." The young ladies of Auburn are very much interested in your paper, and they say that it is too bad that yon ilon't visit this place, an they want to see you very much. Your/lying visit ol last year they think was quite a slight, as before they had time to get a peep :.t you, " the bird wasflown." So I don't see any other way for you to rci, but to come up here, and make the acquaintance of our Auburn Indies?for instance, Miss C. S., who has combined she w isdom of an Aspiihia and the beauty of a l'hrysce, with all the coldness of Penelope, tor her suitors? " She can both lair and friendly he, Beware?In w ur, '11 Ust her not? She in fooling thee." Then them are the beautiful Misses S.. with eyes of liquid light; foims and feature* which a Venus might rival, but cpuJd not excel. (Thcv ore encaged.) Aud then nw ay in the weft, on tin! glorioua hillside, H Miss J> , the i*erle.?- beauty, as ths mighty in * relet tie- north v ? " Arid ne'er d;d Oreeitn chisel trace, A i i mp! . a naiad, or a grace, So (1 no a lortn, *o fa.c a face." , And again? " A heart more light, a ?tep more true, Ne'er f om the heath-flowrr dMhi J the dew." But, Dr. Bennett, I must " wind ui'," with a thousand xcuses (or trwina-ing on your time, :?nd hoping you will be ?-ati.- lied w ith my first and only "Holt, Heinain, your frtcud, Juxirs. TlTTTTnVQ M-J V .1 1 V / i. 1 U. T JONES, Sf> PU:i MirrtgHiilu iM inform his friend* thai " III! nrw st\le will not Ik irvlv bof"^ thr lin.t w nli In ''rn 11,11'** rn''""l'hf Klits md Htvi I Edgra, which ?? 'iflui-i ! . fir Id" w * ?' Brut EimUalt M tor'ikrs, $? ,'ifl *' r'rsncli j iji 1', ^ . Twist, j ? 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