Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 4, 1842, Page 1

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TH vol. vin.?- no. ? ** ?muu? roi dw>. REGULAR PACKETS. NEW LINK OFLIVERPOOL PACKETS. ?*lfro3i N?w York on thr 2Mh and Liverpool on ihe 13th of each m0fUk. rfflv M. Mb Ntw'TTrr' Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Deneyaior,*Sth Septem'r Ship OAKRK'K, Captain Win. Skid.iy, mil. October. Ship ROSCI US, Captain J<>hu Collins, ?th November. Ship S1DDONS. Cantaiii E. B. Cobb, JJth December. Faow Livkrpooi.. Ship ROSC 1 US. Ciplain John Collins, 13th 8e|<ember. Hlup SID DON S. Captain E. B. Cobb. 13th October. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain F. A. Deney?ter, 13th Novem'r. Ship (JARRICK. Captain Wm. Skiddy, 13th December. These ship* arr all of the tint class, upwarda of IUUO Ions, Imilt indie city of New York, with such improremeuu as combine Cat speed with unusual coml'oil for niusengcra. Every care been taken in the arrangement of their accummodatioua. The price of passage hence is SIOO. for which ample atores is ill be provided. These ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every' eiertion to give general satiafacdon Neither the captains or owners of the ahi|? will be resp-usihle for any letter*, imrcel* or iwckagea sent by the in, unless regular b 'Is of lading are signed therefor. For freight oi passage. ..piny no E. K. COLLI?}S & CO., M South at.. New York, or to WM. A JAS. BROWN k CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be cl arged W)f c uts |wr single ahaet; 30 Cents |?r ounce, and newspapers I cent each. s3ec NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. (SECOND LINE ) Mb The ships ul thw UnewInhereatteMeave Nev^^IrlHio the Island Havre on tlie 16th of each month, as follows : From Nrw York. From Havre. i?i nvrina i i.> r ic,h a.,r.l Captain ' J lit July J 16th August Jarii'i Kunck, f lit November! 16th December Ship BALTIMORE, I lit April C 16th M >y Capuiu < lit Aiiintit \ 16th September Ed ward Kunck, r lit Deccem'rf 16th January Ship UT1CA, \ lit May V 16th June Captain < lit Septemb'rt 16lh October' Frederick Hewitt, ( lit January f 16th February New shipST-NICOLAS, I lit June I 16th July Captain t lit October t lbth November. J. B. Pell, C lit February! 16tn March The accommodations of theae ihi|w are not surpassed, combining all that may he required for comfort. The price of cabin pais age II Sioo. Passengers will be supplied with every requisite. with the eiception of wiuei and liquors. OooJt intended for theie vessels will be forwarded by the subscribers, free from any other than the eipeuaes actually incurred on Ihem. For freight or passage, apply to at BOYD k HINCKEN, Agents, 9 1 online Buihliugs. FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS. m. -m M M. For the better accommodation of ihiptwra, it isinteuded to despatch a ship from this port 911 the lit, Jth, (0th, 13di. 20th. mid 2Jtli ol each mouth, commencing tin- 10th October and continuing until Miy, when regular days will be apiwiuted for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will h? prevented during tka ^umir.er mouths. The following ships will commence this arrangement : Ship YAZOO, Captai-.i Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPEARfc, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham Ship HUNTSVILLE. Captain Mumfonl. Ship OCMULOEE, Captain Leavitt. Snip NASHVILLE. Captain Dickinsen. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. Theae ships were all built in the city of New York, expressfor packets, are of light draft of water, have recenllj been lor passenger* unequalled for oomfort. They are commanded by Ctrerirucrd masters, who will make every exertien to give Seneral satisfaction. They will at all times be towed up and own the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of these ships will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any Ictteis, parrel or jwckage, sent by or put on board oi them, unless regi.ar bills of lading are taken for the same, and the value thereon expressed. For freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS Si CO., 56 South st., or HULLIN k WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The ship* of this tine are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods correctly measured. m4 old line Liverpool Packets M M M 'T'HE of Pa^S^STLiverpo^^^^^reafker We A despatched in the following order, excepting that when the dhyofsmling falls on Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeedhm day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June l July 19 616 tons, < Oct 1 Nov 19 D. <1. Bailey, ( Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug 7 7SO tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 B. l. Waite. (Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug 19 OH tons, ,No? I Dec 19 J. Rathbone, I 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, l! Aug 1 Sept 19 618 tons. Dec 1 Jau 19 A. B. Lowber.f April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, (Aug 19 Oct 7 900 ton*. < Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B. Cropper.(April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, ( Hept 1 Oct 17 8)0 tons, <Jin 1 Feb 17 W. C Barstow. r M.<y 1 June 19 The COLUMBL8, ( Sept 19 Nov 9 700 tons, < Jan 19 Mar 9 O. A. Cole. ( May 19 Ju|y 7 na lotrnrile tli* Aatf .if alUinff Will hp (lllterVPfl M heretofore. The price ol'iuusage outward is now turd at One Hundred Dollars, for which ample itore! of everv description Wi'l bp proriiled, with the exception of winci and liquors, which Will be furnished bv the steward!. GOODHUE It CO , 61 Sooth it., C. H. MARSHALL,. 38 Burling-slin, N. Y. jeJ4 l^h BAR!NO BROTHERS fc CO.. l/pool. NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL REGULAR COM MERCIAL LINE OK PAt KETS. Sailing to and from Liveniool, Weekly. jjjfy l&fiy && UE1H!3TABLISH]''D PASSAGE OKF1CE, 61 SOUTH STREET. The subscriber in announcing his arrcngements for the year 1M2, appears bel'ope his friends with sentiments of sincere respect for the able suptiort he has received for tnany years past.? He likewise vftihes to call the attention of those intending to srnil for their friends residing in England, Ireland. Scotland and Wales; that tbey can at all timet Be accommodated by this line, by weekly opportunities from Liverpool, as well as by all the well known different lines of packet ships, sailing to and Sim Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, lltli, 19th and 23th of each month roughoul the year. It has always been the study of the subscricer to have the emigrants vhowu civility, and despatched w ithout delay, and shoae who tend for their friends may rest satisfied that every due and diligent attention will be given by the Liverpool agents to those sent for,as well as all who may embark with them, and should any of those whose (uusage has been |uul not embark, the mouey will be refunded without any charge. The subscribe! feels a pleasure in making known the differ which Mi gizJn general satisfaction, and that he has considrrably czteaded and concluded hia arrange menu for the year 1812, The following ia a list of ahipa :? Ships Scotland, Robinson. Ships Alshamiati, Lane. Fairfield, Wilson. Printice, Hopkins. Kiankfort. Russell. Tyrone, Siieare. Russell Glover, Howes. Wales, Watts. Hibrntia, Wilson. Westchester, Ferris. Alfred, Cheevcr. Osceola, Childs. Clifton, Ingersoll. St. Cloud. Emerson. Loniseille, Allen. New York, Niven. Sobieskie, Emerson. Warsaw, Griffiths. ?iwego, Wood. Ocean, Willard. albot, Storey. N. Hampshire, Harding. Panthea, Ooodmanaon. Robert Isaacs, Trneman. Virginia, Eaton. Europe, Balcheldor. 8. Jenkins, Seymour. A free passage from the difft rent porta of Ireland and Scot land, can also he secured, and drafts furnished for any ainouut. payable at the National ami Provincial B'lks of Ireland and their respective branches, and also on Mjssrs. J. Ik W. Robinsou, Li?eri>ool, which are paid free o" any cliarge, throughout the United Kingdom. For farther particulars apply to JOHN IIERDMAN, CI Soolhstreet. or J. 8c W. ROBINSON, I# Ooree Piazzas, and an IS No. 1 Neptune at., Waterloo Pack. Liverpool. STEAM NAVIGATION BETWEEN ANTWERP AND NEW YORK, VIJl?SOUTHJIMP TON. BELGIAN STEAMER BRITISH QUEEN. P l.niu... I nww. _nr. The d?yi of departure of thu well-knowu Steamship, have Wen fixed u follow. : From Antwerp. From Southampton, From New York, On ?h Mar. 1141. On 7th May. IMJ. On 7rli Jnne, 1142 /trie* ISth July, " 7(li Aog., " 7th Set*. " 10th Sept. " 7th Oct., " Prieo of maaa.re, meals not incladed, to Boatl ?m|*on or Antwerp, $70?Steward's fees, $2 G2^<. The meals will be served on board, an the |>lan of a continental hotel, ill the best manner, ami at hied and moderate prices, iMsvengers being only "harmed when partaking ol the same. The pree of passage to cither of the above poits can also be engaged if preferred, with m all and steward's fees included for fyf UH aenu.escln.ive ol wines. An experienced Surgeon accompanies ihe ship. For freight or passage, or .in further information, apply to H. W. T. k H. MALI, Agents, sMtm'r 41 Be *vrr ?try rt. " FARE AND FHEIGHT REDUCED. ^Sgf'aa.L Ml! .lUllWr BOSTON, via STONlPiOTON AND NEWPORT, comnosed of the following rn|>eii ,t .teamers, running in conmecrioti with the Stonington mid l it r.dence, and Boston and Providence Railroads? _ MASS \CHU8ETTS, Captain Cnmstock. RHODE ISLAND. 4 'total a Thaj pit. N4RRAGANSF.1T Capta.n Woolsey. . MOHEOAN. i a rtiu Vanderoilt. One of who li will have New York daily, (Snnd-ivs exrented) fr m I k. No. i, North River, Battery Place, at five o'clock, P. M. AnnatvnrMEhTi. The RHODE ISLAND, on Monday and Friday, for Stoning on. and I'ne.day, far Stonington, Newport and Providence. ihw MASSACHL'BKTl H, on Ttie.idavand Saturday, lor Stonington, Newport and Providence, and Thursday for Stun"fusengera on the arriral of the steamers at Stonington. may take the Railroad f 'ara and proceed immediately to Provi iUru'w >iltl lit-sail)!). Fmgtit taken at the following much reduced rate* To Boaton, on good* weighing forty pound* or upward* to he cubic toot, ulti N per ton, and on meaauremeilt good* T cent* per foot. To Prottdaaee, on meaattrement good* 5 cent* per rubie foot, and apecltio article* aa pet laitl to be obtained at nlKcr 22 t nadwatr, mtltei 0 OAL AFT.0a T ?200 ton* m penior qu alfiy fecoteb Coal k McMURHAY, 1M Pine at. cot. of South. V E IV" E NE1 'miscellaneous.~ UNITED STATES tea emporium, 121, latt 129 Chaliiam nirret, Neu> Yorle. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. THt (.ANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer for ' ??Ie new uid fragrant Tea, of every variety ami style.? Their assortment specially includes the moat delicious and powerful Kradra of Oreen and Black, Kerry package bears the stamp of neatness and elegance, and th? Teas therein are so thoroughly secured from light and air that their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any climate. Their system ol prosecuting business is perhaps scarcely to be excelled. It is founded u|k>ii the utmost regard to the rights of the cuatctaer, especially with respect 10 weight and oualrty, and unrivalle i cheapness. All purchasers aie called upon to return any articles which fail to aire them the fullest satialaelion, when the meney will be cheerfully and promptly lefuuded. Country merchants, public establishments, lo ad , of lamilies, anJ shipmasters, will find it a decided advantage to supply themselves from this establishment. I offer roasted every day. ... Orders from all parts of the Uuiteu States executed with promptitude and desi>atch. /* The only warehouse in America for the sale af Houqua'a celebrated Black Tea. suit lm?r THE OLD UNITED STATES CAI- STOCK.SHIRT JOHN M. DAV1ES & JONES, successor to _ LUKfc DAV1B* * 80*. 106 William street, corner John, New York. PURCHASERS will at all limes find ihe moat extensive as1 sortinent iu 'In- United Sutea, of the following aiticles, on the moat monal'lr terms, wholesale and retail. Can for geutiemeu, youth and children of velvet, cloth, me rino, .ilk,glazed silk, lie. Ac. Full and .art trimmed with fur and plain. A run and Navy officers dress and undress >^ips. Stocks of every style and quality?of satin, boinbazme, vest init, he. made nlam trimmed with bows, cravat ties, Paris ties, dress apron stocks, he. he. The superiority ol our frames is well known by tke lightness perfect lit. ease and elaaticity of every stock. Shiris o( all liuen plain and fnlled.of muslin plain and (tilled, with linen collars bosoms and wristb nds of the most appioved patterns. Fancy cambric shirts ot all qual ities. Llttts collars and bosoms of every style and quality, oiled silk, white, idaid, and fane y^ of superior manufacture. Ladies, misses and ci ildrrn's oiled silk aprons. Oiled silk, medicated, for the cure of gout, rheumatism, he. JarranED leather, linen and muslin, suitable for harness and coach manufactures, cap fronts, he he. The above articles are made under our own inspection, in the best possible manner and of such materials and workmanship as will be found on examination equalled by none. To which is added, a superior assortment of fancy articles of various qualities and prices. Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Scarfs, Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, Hoitery, Craval-Stiffnera, Guard-Chains, Under Garments of every description and quality, Shaker Knit and Flanuel Shirts and Drawers, Th# .itr^nfmn nf iK.. ntiKlie* trwneral 1 v* ar* invit#<l tn ilia* almvp extensive assortment ofgoods, many of whiciiare of our own importation and will be told at <nch price as cannot tail to suit. JOHN M. DAVIES It JONE8, anas lm*r 106 William, comer of John. "STOVES! STOVES!! BACKUS' PATENT RARE FIE R, OR FRUGAL HOUSEWARMER. THE Proprietor, in offering this valuable store to the public, would briefly state some of the advantages of heir improvement, which consist chiefly in the following particulars, via:? 1?To obviate the evil of im- 5?To be capable of affordCnre aid noxious gas in the ing a inild or an intense heat. urnmg of anthracite coal. 6?To avoid all incovenience 2?To generate and diffuse from dust. a warm and wholesome at- T? l'o preserve the air of the mosphere In places eipoted to apartment pure and wholedamp and cold. some. 3?To lesson the risk of acci- 8?And ti unite with all dent by Are. those excellent qualities, an i?To be quickly kindled elegant and durable article of and easily managed. furniture. This Stove is coutructed of tlia best quality of Russia sheet iion, upon the cylindrical plan?the fumace or fire-chamber occupy lug a part of the centre cvliuder, to which is attached an atmospheric RareAer upon each side, of a tubular form, and lined throughout. The heat that is created in the chamber passes between the linings of the two rareAers (or radiators as they are called] into the base at the bottom, anda current of air continually rushing through the tubes, which are left open at each end (or that purpose, carries a great amount of rarened or warm air into the apartment. The purity ami softness of the air in a room heated by this stove are peculiar and remarkable, the heat being diffused from a great exteul of surface moderately heated. The hrated air, nn onr.,!,,* 11... win*. ?r .01.. ,,f ,1,.. .,??. ,.J ........I. onr tin entire surface of the bur at die bottom, keeping the colder portion of trie air next the floor in coustant circulation? in the meantime preserving it entirely from contamination, rendering this Store perfectly safe and agreeable for apartments of invalids, sleeping rooms. Sir. Manufac urrd by J.li E. BACKUS, U Bowery, NT. Y. N. B. A new article of air tight stoves, with rarifiers ; also the new kitchen companion cook store, warranted equal to any in use in this city. au2l lm*r TO DEALERS IN BLACKING. rPRY IT ONCE?The Eureka Blacking?This is a newera ucle of Blacking, aud possesses qualities greatly superior to all other kinds now in use. It softens and preserves the leather, imparting a brilliant polish withhalf the usual labor required in the use of the common Blacking. It further pt ssesses tlaat requisite so loug sought for in the peculiarity of the composition never becoming hard dry, or mouldy by age. Dealers in Blacking are requested to call and receive a sample of the article gratis. . Perfect satisfaction warranted in every caae. Manufactured by J. M. JOHNSON, No. i Spruce at. Near Nassau, New York. ' The firm of Burgess A Co. is this day dissolved by mutual conseut. The business in future will be conducted by _au27 lm?m J. M. J'-HNSON. New koaa k Albany Rait. Road Compart, 2 Park Place, New York. NOTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders of the New York and Albany Rail Road Company, that the Presideut and Directors hare directed a call tor an instalment of five per cent on lite Capital stock of the Company, payable on the fifth day of September next. Subscriber* leaident in New York and Westchester, will pay their instalment to Josiah Rich, Chairman of the Kinann Committee, aud Trraaurer foi the Southern District, I7S Front at. Subscribers resident in Dutchess, Putnam aud Colambia counties, will pay their instalments to Joua. Akin Taber, of the Finance Committee, aud Treasurer for the Middle District, in l inlint'i Huhscrih r, resident in Rnnsnelanr eonntv will njv their instalments to Jonas C. Heart, ol the Finance Committee, ami Treasurer of the Northern District, at his office in the city of Troy. By order of the Board, aJtsepir J09. E. BLOOMFIELD, Secretary. buttons. J JONES, 26 PUtt stieet, wishes to inform his friends that his new style will not he ready before* the first w>ek in September, hut has on hand the Flats and Bevel Edges, which he offers at the following prices :? Beat English Brocades,' $150 ' French " 2 Oil " Twut, 2 00 11 English '* 2 25 Figured Satins, 1 50 Mohair Over Coats, 1 50 Seeeral hands wanted. au!7 lm*r daguerreotype APPARATUS. JOHN ROACH, OPTICIAN, 72 NASSAU STREET. TO ARRANGE a Perfect Camera Uhscura, requires some J. knowledge of Outlets. Persons wishing to proenre an instrument will therefore tiud it to their interest to purchase efsn optician. au30 irn'r new Extract of SARS i PAPILLA. THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY ITAVE just prepared s large quantity of the fluid extract of 11 Sarsaparilla, according to a new and protracted process, hy which the active principle of this valuable drug lias been obtained in a much larger proportion and purer form than by any of the common modes of preparation. The root has been se lectetl ol the nest quality?which thai produced by the amilax officinalit (of Humboldt and Bonplaud,) and grows on the banks of the River Magdalene, near Bijorqne, in Sonlli America. The public may now relv on the genuine and condensed extract of this efficacious root. The value and extraordinary restorative powers ol this medicine, when proprrly prepared, are well known. Caiea of scrofula, nodes, foot, cutaueons disease, heated state of the blood, and syphilitic complaints, will be most essentially benefited by the use of this new and elegant preparation. Hold in lanre bottles at 75 cents each. In cases rontaininc one dozen hottles, S6. Do do do six bottles, $3 50. W. 8. RICHARDSON, Agent. Office of the College of Medicine ami Pharmacy, aii 3D Iw is 97 Nsssan street, V. Y. GAZO PNEUMATICS. 'I'HB subscriber is i-renured to execute orders for the Oaxo I ruenmaiic Hydraulic Machine, for raising water any height or quantity, from mines, or far water iiorka, by means of vacuum ; and the simplicity of the machine gives it a great advantage over any othei now in nsr. au9lm?r R9 Of SLl PEh'|OR>*b'l<'' ^ gt* I How.jiia's Mixture !?This extremely delirious an. i i'.ir ralleb d Tea, so highly celebrated in China and Europe jusl imported, is now for safe at the Canton Tea Company s General Tt a Establishment, 121 Chatham street. New York?in Chinese packages. Prices 50 rents and >1. an 21 Im'r g- a IjHKSS BOC TS?Latest pieach Style?The ?s^jBi^Vsubsciiher respectfully invites r'-e citizens of New Voik, and strangers visiting the city.to ctJI st lit Fulton sirest Slid examine s large assortment ot Do-as Boots, made in the latest I .shion, and of the fine it Kreneh calf-skin, Gentlemen csu have boots made to order in the heat manner at $6,00 -,ier |*ir, wamn ed equal to any made at 87,J0, and as the Iiiidi-rsigurd ukes drawing of tne feet and kerns lsau for each customer he can ensure an nsy vet haudaomc fit. Constantly on hand, FaaUijusble Boots, Ike. st the following reduced prices :? Seal Skin Boots, from $2,25 to 2,75 Calf, 3.00 to 0 00 Hvlf'Boots, 3,00 Gaiters, 2,25 Hhoei, 1,54 to 250 Pumps and Slippers, Sir., pvoportionahly Inw. Trims, cash ondelivery. JOHN L. WATKINS, su25 Im*r lit Fulton st, betwccu Nassau and Dutch. FRENCH 1M PQKTtt) OA1T K.K9 of oilcolor. of Faahion ; French boot. and 1.ether bora, dree -hoe., ganera, walking .lioea ?nJ pump., I Of * n boy., and childreu. Men and boy. cheap boot, from JJ.iJ. {3,V), and #1 per pair. MenS .bar. 7 to It) and 12. per pair lira' .hoc. JO to 74 cent, and $t, and warranted good. Laule.. niiiwi. and children. gaiter boon, bn.hin.' walking ?Uoe. mil lipper. of all color, and .ire*, lair.t faahinm, tie., bn.kin., and flip., 7j cent, to SI, good i. .lipper*. Come and we a good ...ortment of the aborr article, at 12 Canal .treet. comer I), ' id way, and at 296 Canal at., north-wet corner Hndaon at., at W tikrrV au?t lm*r HARD TTMfc?-The~ only reaaon that A. tk CO. can aaaigii for aelllng to many hoot. a >lioe. at tha Clinton Boot and Shoe Market, 20. Canal at. northeaat comer ol Hndaon erreet?when almoat eery body complain, of hard tine., ia, that they keep gooda of the beat qua'ity and wll them at pdena to aoit the timet, and it eeema a. if almoat erery body had found thia ont. If any who irad tin. ahould not yot haee found out the atom, the aoonor they W V 0 \r vnr>T/ oTTvrt\ a -%r 1URA., 1V1WXV MISCELLANEOUS ~~~ U. S. CITY DESPATCH POST. f P?'.8T OK KICK. New York, ttthluly, 1MJ. H ^pMrimi^ower Pol'Office!:? * " "" Letters deposited before Half-past t o'clock, A Ml " l? " . II L a ' P M I Will b? lent out for deAt all tke Stations before V livery it 9 A M. vud 1 7 o'clock, A M aud i o'clock, P M. t " P M] Let tern to be lent Free, muit hare "Free Stamp" affiled to them, otherwise three cents will be cnl.ected of the iiarty to whom thv letter ii addreued. No moory mu?t bp pucloieil in letters unless re istered it t .e principal offices. Lists of rhe stations (st ill of which "free stamps" mar be purchased at tP.60 per 100. and every information may be obtaioed on application at the upper or lower i?ost offices. Stamps issued by the late LityDespatch Post will be received It is indispeusable that the number of the residence should be stated ill ail let& rs scm through this Post. The Post Master solicits the earliest itiiormation should any irregularities occur. JOHN LORIMKR OKAHAM ""M IV ?? Poat Maatcr. POMKROY k CO S NEW YORK, ALBANY TKo*BLFFALO, CHICAGO AND CANADA 1'ACKAOE t.vrKtSS. leaves every Lreuina. Sundays excepted, lor the above named and all ii?t*>rinn*di?i,> nlare. Office No. 2 Wall street, New Vork. aul7 r TO KAIL ROAD CONTRACTORS. OKALED PROPOSALS in writing will be received b/ the h' Mohawk aud Hudson Rail Road Company, until Tuesday ihe 6th day of September next, at uooa, for coustructiug a new section ol Kail Road to avoid tr.e inclined plane at Schenectady : commencing at the Company', store house in the city or Schenectady, and interseeftng the main line, about three miles from said ritv. The whole work to be finished ou or before the 1st of April next. I'ro|iosaU must sute the amount in grots for couitruetiug the whole work, including all materials, excepting iron rails. Plans and specifications of the proposed work, may be aeen at the Company'* office at the head of the inclined plane at Schenectady. Proposals to be addressed to WM. BANKS, Prest. a?29 ts6r. Office No. ii broad street, New York. THE TWO GREATEST INVENTIONS OF THE AGE. KENNEDY'S COMPOUND VEGETABLE PREPARATION. VQ1 The treatment and preservation ol the Hair; the only " infallible preservative against balduess, and a certain cure for all diseases of the scalp, such as diudrulf, idica potnica, lie. Ike. he., including all cutaneous affections. This article is prepared with great cart by the inventor and proprietor himself, after a study of ten years, during which his time has been simoil exclusively devoted to the iwrfeciiou of this incomparable article for the beuelit of the growth and beauty of the Hair. In the meau time, inanv nostiums intruded for the same purpose, have arisen end dp a, while this rejoices iu the full vigor of manhood?and is destim d to lavs as long as a fine head of n sir is duly prixed or its cleanliness and beauty admired. Let those w ho nave these desires but give It a single trial and he has no elated, and when to a|> -rrcialeil the proprietn expects to otxain hit reward from a discerning public, and ask* it not before?lie it not afraid of getting out of patience. Nearly fire bundled certificates. t? stifling to ita rirtuea, in all curl for w ich it ia inteudrd to be uaed, from the moat hitchly reapectablc individaala in varioua part* in the Uuitad State*, the Canada*, Sic., can be Been at the office of the inveaatoraad manufacturer, No. I Pine atreet, New York. INVENTION NO. 2. The second invention of modern time*, to which we would respectfully call attention, ia KENNEDY'S CELEBRATED PREMIUM CHEMICAL HAIR DYE. tlic first ever invented in thia country, '1'hia article, aa can be teatified to by a large number of oral and verbal recommendation*, ia auperior to any thing of the kiud imported from any part of the world, and ia rapidly au|>erceding all other nostrums foi changing the color of the hair and whisaers to a beautiful dark brown, or let black, from tl*xen, red, grey, ar other objectionable color, in a single application, without affecting the akin. The above Hair Dye waa exhibited at the Fair of the Americau Institute, held at Niblo'a Garden, and receited the first premium, aa being superior to any other exhibited. It miy be obtained at the following placea Bailey, Ward Si Co. Maiden Lane; Leary ? Co, Astnr House; 63 Bower*', comer Walker; 330 Bowery comer Bond street; Tiffany, Gourd St Ellis, 239 Broadway, end at the manufactory, No. 1 Pine street, New Yoik. au30 lm*r GEORGE KENNEDY. PATENTS-AMERICAN AND FOREIGN OFFICE, f and Agency of the United States Patent Office, No. 22 State street, Boston. This office has been established in Boston for the past ten years, and inventors are informed that all business relative to the preparation of caveats, specifications and drawings, assignments and other pa|>ers, and procuring patents, is here transacted w ith accuracy and despatch ; and all personal trouble, as welt ag-axpunses of a journey to Washington, and delay there, *avud IA Rums. Attendance here is altogether unnecessary?a modef, SHMknay be sent Hamden's Express, and a snort expuuiasory letter, nring sumcienr. patents secured in toreign countries, auJ advice g.ven on all legal and scientific matters reflecting ihrm. The facilities of the subscriber, by hia very extensive library ol books on patent laws, anil rare mechanical works, (kc? enables him to afford evid. uce and opinious for suits at law, for infringements, Ike., which would be difficult in other respects for parties lo obtain. All models, kc., forward ed lo the Patent Office, Washington, free of expense. (f H. EDDY, Civil Engineer. The following is extracted from letters of the Commissioner of Patents iu 1839 J? To R. H. Eddt, Esq.? Sir " I have to renew the assurance of the high respect I entertain of your agency for paten.ees. So far as I Lave In ard, they have expressed themselves satisfied with your services; and justice to yourself compels me to say, the business of your office, so far as it is connected with this department, evinces much skill and great assiduity. Yours, respectfully, H L ELLSWORTH Kor all further information, apply lo DAVID GARDINER, Agent of Patent Office, No. 24 rine street, New York. a2 I in* r rPKIAL Ok BOOK SAFES.?The subscriber deems it his -I duty to contradict a report which has been circula ed that one of Wilder's Patent Salamander Safes was destroyed at the latr tests of Safes, ou Coffee House 8li|>?as Wilder's Patens Salamander Safe was not submitted to that test, but an article newly introduced, called the "Improved Salamander Safe." All attempts to an improvement upon Wilder's Oenuiae Pro* per.y Preservers have failed The contents of one has never been destroyed by fire. They hare withstood the strongest possible heat for eight hours, in furnaces, while safes of other makers hare been destroyed by the same hrat in leas than two hours. The Safes an tried, and Committee's reports thereof, cau be seen at the Irion Ssfe Store of the subscriber?the only place iu the city where Wilder's Patent Salamander Safe can be had, or made to order. SILAS C. HERRING, aii2!) Iwd Itw ec. 139 Water street. r-s TTT*TTsm-1 "w tsu grvarT a UxlliNii-Siii JLiiiMUIN 1 A* AN ENTIRELY new and splendid article for the Toil.* r, in Irairrancy uiy article of the kind that hu ever been iutroduced into thi* country. Every housekeeper will hii(iilv ap|>rcciate it as an indispensable family invigora tor. Also, Lavender, Tine Apple, Vanilla and Colorne, hghly fraii.aiit?together with every variety of fragrant odors in liquid fon.i. K ir sale wholesale and retail at the Depot of Health and Strength, Jfl Canal street, out dour east of Broadway. aniOtwT A V. H.WEBB Agent. DR. MORRISON. NORTH RIVER D18rENSAHY &hR Kulton street near Greenwich.?Dr. Morrison, Meinbet of thr Royal College of Murgeoiis, London, and formerly Surg, on in the British Na Vy, contiuues to he consulted daily on all diseasei i l? delicate nature, and all those (k? ire wing symptoms consequent on injudicious treatment, and the imprudent use < Iquac t mcdiciues. Dr. M. hu had an nperience of twenty : wo yeais r treating delicate diseases iu all their various and: implicated Inrms, and oses a mild, aafr and infallible substitute I r mercury, eiadic.itjug the i surreal viin< with certainty, without |subjecting the patient to any riek or restricting him iu I iiotaal dieta or pursuits while rut medicines are agreeable in taate and amell. Perm .nent obstructions in the urethra, auch aa stricture* and enlirgementof the |irusl-ate glaud, a-er inpanied with much irritation aud dull pain about these parts, are some of the consequences of mal-treatmeut. Or. tiestsstrictures in a scientific manner, promoting absori no of the thickest <1 tircnlir membrane without any pain. CONSTITUTIONAL DKBILITY.?Thousauds of young m< n are suffering from tie consequences of indulgence in a secret desunclivehabil,aiidwhose nerves are further injured from the use of nostrums.ar d pretended specifics, which stimulate only to induce greate r depression. Dr. M. treats such rases on purely pathological principles, and never fails in establishing cure?the strictest nouor aud confidence it observed. Letters post paid, and containing a suitable fee, will ensure the correspondent full advice, and medicine to any part of the Union, by his giving a history of hit ease in detail. Z04H Fulon street near Greenwich. anJO 1m*ic "TENDER CHINS. A NY GENTLEMAN may be instantly relieved from all as. pain during the operation of shaving^ by applying his rator to the ME TALIC TABLET RAZOR STROP, invented by u Saunders, which supersedes U.e necessity of a hone, and k. which the most unskilful ran always )>rodvce as keen and smooth aa edge as the rasor could by any possibility vxhibit under the moat eipcriencad hand. It is the only effectual means which the art ef man naa yet derised forfeit ing to every on* an opportunity of suiting his razor to his chin with the tame certainty aa he can mend a pen to suit his own hand, which any person will be shown by tiring int: a dull raror and trying ths Tablet hefotr purchasing. Retad price of the best article of Strop and Tablet, $1 and f I 60. an!7 lm*r Sold at O. SAUNDERS, 143 Bmadwav. ~TOUfsH BEARDS!!

r\ I L- A QITUt' IV *1U i VIM 1 ..rnrmi Ktv I Km ..mm of I 'Van vs. x inan'i MAGIC RAZOR STROP, with METALLIC HONE, forming one of it* four aide*, with which every per aoiimav keep hie raxoi in perfect order, whether at aeaor on land It preaenta four facia, each of different afurrening propertiea, commencing with the Metalic Hone, of t? u lime* ihe K>wrr of the ordinary hone,and firishinc on trie aimple calf (kin. Retail price* 50, 70, 1 00 1,25 and 1,5#, each according to outward aue and finish. The performing part of the 75 cent atrop bring tame a? one at $1,50. Wholtaale pricea $3,:i0, $1, Sti. >7,50, (9 and $12 per dux. L. CHAPMAN. No. 102 William atreet. N. B. The perform.ng part of rny 75 cent atrop warranted to be iu|>erinr to George Sounder*' beat, at $3 each,and the money returned if the ,nrchaa, i be diaaatialir d. au73 lm*r IOHN GABRIEL VEKKEN or WERKEN.a Native I ? Swirxerlaiid.?Auv oue who lia* ever known or heard of tliia individual, or of a ireraoa of a aitnilar name, will plcuar communicate thef act to me, aa Una information la of imiioriance to aome of hia family. Hia real name waa John Gabriel Verren ; but in a foreign land it may, like many other name*, have been changed, or become corrupted in ita na iling. He came to the I nited Stale* in the year 1785, and he i* anppoied to have reaidrd in the State of Penntylvaina, arid to have died there ; hut a* un trace of him a* yet haa h.'eu diacovered, the information received by me ii|a>n theanhirct ia probably incorrect, and I now tage thia meana of m.iking a general inquiry throughout the Union. at cod lm* r 1' K. STA1QER, Philadelphia, Pa. ECONOMY, ELEGANCE, AND GOOD LIVING. rTMIK nnderaignedhaa, at ^freat expenae, fitted np one of the I largeat and moat apTenJtld Coffee anil Eating Honaea in New i erk, in which one hundred neraona at leaat can ait down to an excellent and aubatantial breakfaat, dinner,and tea, [.from tho choictat autg.liea nfthe market*, with a bill of fare not ex celled either aa regard* quality or number of diahea] by any hot^l ?W. lfnGa.it Utafpg and \ ATinir in firir*? frnm lif fpnli fn on*' dulling ami eighteen pence |-cr di?h. The pureat Jaia and Mocka come anil the eery beit tea*, and aerred al only three acuta per cop. And all otlrer refreahmenu m proportion. The waiter! are aiuformly cieil and polite, and e??ry visitor may be laanred of feeling in tliii eatablishinrnt unite "at home." In Tart, every department of the bnaineta ia under thesnperintendenee of competent overeecn, whoee aole rare and attention are direeud to the comfort and coair^, Proprietor of the Preach and Ameriran Kauna Honae. Noe M and fid Waa.au at. between Jebn at and Maiden Lane. IRK I NING, SEPTEMBER 4, II tailoring! removal. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT, Is raiaoved from 145 Bfroadway to No. 7 Astor Hoot*. economy in gentlemen's dress. Uarments of s most Jegant sod hashieuable kind ft a sarin# of GO per cent for cash. r"pHK advertiser d< mi ll unnecessary to resoit tj the hack1 neyed system of giving a list of nominal prices, presuming that the length of time he has been established, together with the eitensire patronage bestowed on mm, will prove a stun eieut voucher for his e.apabilitics. Pussessiiu| the advantage ol being connected with an extensive cloth establishment in Eiur?|* he confidently assets that lie can Turkish clothes which, on comparison, will be found lower than any other house malting up the Pest descriptions of geullrtnen't dress, my 1 3m S. PHILLIPS, 7 Astor House, Bread way to the ladies. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY OOOD8.?The proprie" trey, Miss S Kl NO, daughter of the celebrated Carl King, offers lor sale a most select aud choice assortment of Millinery (Jooda.for the spring trade, never as yet presented to the public, both as regards the ijuality and clieapneea of the articles The assortment consists of the following The celebrated SILK HAT, CALLED CAPOTTE D'ORLEANS, as worn by La Duchesse IJ'Orleani, of France, SHED SILK. ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL (PTYI^g-j?And Lawn Hats do do?An entire new a yle o " MOIMNE CAPOTTES, EL3SLER COTTAGE.'1 Farieianand English FANCY STRAWS, of the finest teiture. in meat variety. The Pf ptietreii respectfully solicits the ladiee to favor hri with aeall, and examine her elegant and vaiied stock of Millinery for themselves, before they purchase elsewhere, as il will be a great saving to them in price and a great advantage as * Ttosrafc&sass*- a. antj Imr 29JX Broadway. STRAW GOOD'S.T BENNETT, 39 John and IllH William streets, im. porter and manufacturer, of Italian and English Straw goods, rcspectfnlly informs his customris and the public in general, that he has on hand v splendid and extensive assortment of ladies fashionable straw goods, which he offers for sale at very much reduced prices, vis.: French sud English Dunstabies, Italian Rutland., Fancy Schell and Imperial (a very fashionable and beautiful article) fine Tuscans, Albert Strawa, Ac. Ac. Also, an cuiirely aew article, the White Siberian Han Bonnet, whicn for the summer wear surpasses all the styles as yet introduced, being eatre nely light, durable, white and bean tifu? aud will cleanas will a* nuu?n. a3 Im'c GUNS AND PISTOLS. CO EXCLUSIVELY.-GO B JOSEPH, 14 Maideu lane, up stain, inaiwning agent for the tale of Eruilith. German ami Frtuch double and tingle barrel FowlingaudUuckiug Gnna, from the lowest to the fin eat qualities ; Pistols of every description, lor this and other market*, embracing one hundred different kinds, all ol which he is now prepared to offer at the manufacture.'a price*, being apixjiiited agent for the large*! houtea in that line in Europe, which enables him to sell at extremely low prices. A large aasoited stock of tne above always on hand. City and country merchant* nre particularly requested to call, previous to making their purchases. jy27 3m*r SILK BANNERS, fcc. 1JANNINGTO.N k CO., 293 Broadway, near Read street, fl Kespeclfully inform the Order of I. O. of O. F., and their friends generally, that they are now prepared to execute orders for Flags and Banners in the most superior style lor beauty, durability, and economy, having Silks made for the express occasion tliagasill make the largest banners without disfiguring it with a seam. Specimens and Designs can be seen at their Establishment, 213 Broadway, or sent to any pan of the Union. For style, design, and execution of work* of the kind, we re fer to the Vetty's Banner, No. II, I, O. of O. K., as also to Greenwich, No. 40, Harmony, 44, Covenant, 36, Perseverance. 17, also Military Companiri and Sunday School Banners, and the societies St. Nicholas, New England, St. George, 8l Andrews, St David, kc he. Window Shades in great variety, frem $1 each to the richest and beat, painted by the most eminent erluta. m... -A? *L? P.I ? ?? -? umihvu wiau, ?uci me niauurr vi tuc aiiciruu, warninifu arret to change color, with many recent improvement* for church window* and other public and private building*, sleam vitis, packet ships,store window*, Itc lie. Imitation* of Stained Glass, painted on mnalin for church winOowa.verv clo*e imitation of the real glass.at a very trifling expense, or the glass obscured and painted iu brilliant colon, verv ourable and cheap. iy IT r IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS. A FEW IMPROVEMENTS have been made upon fr'isk'* Patant Novelty Cooking Stove, rendering it un|>os*ible that any difficulty ihould occur with it even when managed byone who has had no exnerienc* in the u*e of any kind of cook stove. The Novelty Stove i* the only cook'tov? which ha* been got up within the last three yean, upon an entire new principle, all other* being a combination of old plaus remodh d in pane in, bearing soine new name, a* an incentive to increase the sale without any regard to utility or ecouomy. The Novelty Stova i* warranted in all cases to answer every purpose for which it is recommended, or it may be returned and the money sHB be refunded. The oven which ia much larger than commou is as perfect aa a buck oven. The fixtures which num ber more, and owing to the peculiar construction of this stove, are ura ty twice a* Ur*e as can be uaed upon any other of the tame site. Among the extra fixtures are a lance boiler, measuring 19 gallons or 1*^ barrels, a large rotary giiddte, which will bake il ordinary siced buckwheat cakes at once; a barge tin oven, suitable for baking 6 large loavra of bread; a set of r.ngt suitable for any- sited kettle, from a 2 barrel caldron to a small brass kettle. The Stove only needs to be rtamined to couvince any one that its |>eifect simplicity and peculiar adaptation to all culinary purposes, fully merits the high favor which it his gained among all wha have seru it in use. For sale only ac frisk's Stove Eatabliahment, <109 Water street. The |>ublic are cautioned not to be deceived by those who advertise their stoves as being "the same principle of tb * Novelty Stove*/' a* no stove* are made upon this priuciple'ricept *y Messrs. Fisk, or thrir legally authorised agents. References given at the store, 209 Waterstrtrt, to over eighthundred persona who have them in nse in thi* city. altlm'r OCULISTS.' DOCTOR J. FRANCIS' CELEBRATED EYE WATER. NO. II BAKE". Y STREET, within two door* of the Aslor He. i His preparations are a perfect cure for all inflammatory C sse of the eye, weakness of sight, he., * ?. never fail in rei ring nebula* of the longest standing, without any surgical operation. CERTIFICATES. I certify that Jacob Valentine, a youth of about fifteen veari of age, was brought to my house last fall, apparently blind. He called on me to-day, and states that he has been the patient o! Dr. J. Francis, wfioee treatment has been the means, nnder Ood, ofiestoring his sight. JAMES MILNOR, Rector of St. George's Church, Beekinan St. This is to certify that two of my children were afflicted with diseased eves for a length of time, one of them was almost blind with nebulas, covering the sight. Every remedy was resorted to without any good elfeat, and despaired of them ever being recovered. Tney are now perfectly restored to sight by Dr. J. Francis* celebrated preparation. DANIEL S. JONES. 4? Pearl street. I was almost blind (or twelve years, and in five weeks, undet the skilful treatment of Dr. J. V rancis, my sight is now per fectly good and strong. _ MARTHA BROWN, 177 Forsyth street. I certify to the above beings true statement. ^EOROE BENEDICT, Pasto of the Stanton street Church. 1 was Dearly blind for tws ity year* with a cataract in each eye and from the use of Dr. Francis' wonderful preimration for that disease, nay eyes are now perfectly recovered. HESTER JOHNSTON, 41 Eldridge atreet. We,the undersigned, listing witnessed the astonishing efficacy ut Dr. Francis' preparations lor diseases of the eye, unhesitatingly recommend them to the nodes of the public, as valuabl remedies. Duncau Dunbar, Paator of McDougal at. Church. S H- Cone, Pastor of the First Baptist Church. Jol.n Pack, Agent of the Home Mission Society. JscjD Diouner, Pastor of the North Bsrtist Church. Joseph Audreade, Roman Catholic Priest of St. Peter's Church. Numerous certificates raa be seen at the office. Prepared and old only by Dr. J. Francis, 10 Baiclay street. New York. Artificial Eyes inserted, which cannot be distinguished from the natural, without giving the slightest rain. Dr. J. Francis respectfully informs his friends and the public, that in consequence of the increase of his business, Dr. Olenny, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, and of the New York Medical Society, has joined him, and every confidence can be placed in his professional skill as an Oculist. Office hours from <> A. M.. until 6 P. M. jylO Jin*c DISEASES OF THE EYE. R. K. DIOSSY, OPHTHALMIC SURGEON, No. ?7 BROADWAY, Entrance in Fulton Street, nuimsitr St. Paul's ChurchATTENDS TO DISEASES OF THE EYE, AND ALL THE NECESSARY OPERATIONSTllfcREON. nrricK hours prom 9 to 6 o'clock. Has ing completed hit studio, af 5 years with uR. ELL101*T, Oculist, and been subsequently engaged as his assistant, R. K Dio.sv is enabled to undertake the treatmaut of all diseases aftVrtmir the nrsiiis of vision. Terms moderate slid irrsitnaleit t(. the nature snu extent of the disease. rrrminioo i< girrp to refer to his late instructor. and alio to some of the moat eminent Professor* of the Medical Facoliy in New York. N B. The poor trrstcd gratuitously an< 1m*r DISEASES 6F~THE~ EYE AND EAR. 102 RROADWAY, Corner John street, up stairs. J SHANKS, M. D. respectfully .mn.uncrs to the public' thu for the b< iter a<; omm 'nation of his patients from abroad, w well as those of tli? city, he tin ti moved his office aa abov stated, where he will atr.-nd I mm 9 to it o'clock, daily, to the treatment end cure of all disease* Incident to the human yeandrer and the diseases of Women and Uhodreii. Fr >m J to 5 o'clock daily, will be devoted to consultations for the cure of miscellaneous caaea i i disease in t eery dtpartm- at of ia, dicine, including those of a private and delicate character. Doctor Shanks, in order to acquire the cODl'idtnee of stratige^s, and to guarantee the public against the reuroteat feeling of imposition anil quackery, begs leave to state that he it a pracitioncr of medicine of 14 yeam' duration, a graduate of the University of the city of New York : and that his inanguial dissertation for, iht degree of Doctor of Medicine from this University, entitled " The Human F.ye, Anatomically. Phisiologically, and I'athalogically considered," elicited the highest approbatory encomiums from Professor Mott before the assembled council and profeaiort of thia learned University, during the public examination and defence of the tame. Dr. 8. regrets the necessity he ia under in adverting to thrie circumstances, so repugnant to the delicacy of every truehearted physician ; but the duty he owea himself, and the regard he is hound to have for the pteserrstion of the public health, imperiously demand that he should speak out. What I must the regularly educated physician, who has apetit years iu tha study ol the knowledge necessary to qnslify him for his srt, sod who holds the seeled Testimony of learned end competent authority before whom lie was eiamined to practice such? nut he?I respectfully enquire 4?remsin silent in hi* olBce, and allow himaelfto be thurst from the IrgirimUe around of his scirntinc exertion. by the bold, presuming reckless quacks!? No! I, for cne, will not submit to it. And In order to place thn subieet before the public in * proper light, and in such a way u to direct towardr it th* public attention tn tnc ttronctit pouibl* manner. i propoae to poblith immediately my riewt "YhooaoftEepltbK and tf? prulaMion who art ditpoxtd to trtond my eforu, will plea* call at my oftce, and mhtcribe for a copy. The eipenaa will not b? mow than a litpence or a hillmc. anal lm?r IERA 342. ririt.fcJN DAYS LiAIEJK FROM ENGLAND. HIGHLY IMPORTANT. ARRIVAL OF THE C A LE_DO_N I A. Prorogation of Parliament?(^neeti'i Speech OUturhanreH all over Kngland and Scot" land?Depression of Trade, and the Mar. kcts?Another Strange Alan In the Queen's Bed Room?Pallnree?Parliamentary?Washington Irvlng's Speech to the Spanish Regent?Sir Robert Peel's Mansion burnt by the Mob?Prance?The EastMarkets, die. The Caledonia arrived at Boston early Friday morning, bringing u? our lull files up to August 19th, inclusiveThe news is of great interest. There have been horrible riots all over England and Scotland. Several rioters shot. Thousands are starving in the manufacturing districts. The Queen and her babies, nevertheless, continue to enjoy fine health, sound sleep and apparent happi ness. So docs Prince Albert. They are going to Scotland. Cotton has fallen one eighth; and the sales of Cotton dull. The trade are buying sparingly. The London Produce and Money Markets are flat. The Corn Murket is falling fast, and the crops will be immense. The Queen has appointed the Duke of Wellington commander in chief of all the forces in Great Britain and Ireland, an honor belonging of right to the King or Prince Regent alone. Parliament was prorogued by the Queen in person on the 12th of August to the 6th of October. Another strange man has been caught in the Queen's bed room. We've no hesitation in saying, and we say it boldly, that this it strange. VerySir Robert Peel'B house at Tainworth was surrounded by a mob on the night of the 18th, and burnt! Troops were sent from Birmingham to quell the riot. Walter, of the "London Times," has been returned for Nottingham, beating Joe Sturge all to pieces. Matthew Bolton, of the Soho, Birmingham, is dead, and has left $3,000,000. Lord K o Mil no re is dead Baker, the corn merchant, has failed for 1,000,000 dollars. General Grabbe's appointment lias been confirmed. The Queen's Visit to Scotland?We congratulate our fellow citizens and Scotland at large, on the spirit-stirring intelligence which has been recei ved, that her Majesty is about to gratify her loyal subjects in tlus, her ancient kingdom, by a visit to the capital and palace of her ancestors. It is, we understand, certain that her Majesty, aecompanied by Prince Albert, and Beverul of the Ministers of State, will proceed to Edinburgh by sea, about the beginning of September, so thut theif arrival here may be expected in the course of two or three weeks. Ordsrs have been received to fit up Holvrood Palace preparatory to the Royal visit, tnougn it is understood that her Majesty hereelf, with her immediate attendants, will spend the short ume they may remain here chiefly at Dalkeith Palace, the princely residence of the Duke of Uuccleuch. It is understood that the royal partv will proceed from Edinburgh to the North, his Royal Highness, Prince Albert being anxious to participate in the held sports of our Highland moors. Sir R. Peel is confidently mentioned as being of the party ; and we are sun: the delight of our readers will be only second to thut derived from her Majesty's visit, when we mention the very general expectation that the Duke of Wellington will take this opportunity of paying his first visit to Scotland. It is probable that Sir James Graham, as Home Secretary. will also accompany her Majesty, if the disturbed slate of the manufacturing districts do not compel him to remain jq London?Edinburgh Courant. Another Intruder upon thr Queen?On Monday night, between nine and ten o'clock, shortly alter the breaking tip of the royal dinner party, a strange man was discovered seated upon a bench or form in the footmen's waiting hall, within a very few yards of the Queen's entrance from the Quadrangle to theCastlo, and only a short distance from her Majesty's private staircase, leading to the suite of private apartments and the royal nursery. The man to have reached this part of the Castle must have gained admittance at the servants' entrance, and have traversed the several passages of the Castle to the extent of between two ana three hundred yards. Upon being discovered, and inquiries being out to him as to his business there, and the mode of nis gaining admittance, especially at that hour of the night, to tliQ interior of the Castle, he stated that he followed a potboy who was carrying beer into the Castle, anrl that, having lost himself, he had sat down upon the bench'. have a rest. He further stated that he had been walking a long way in search of work. He subsequently stated that he had arrived from Woolwich, and tnat he had walked into the Castle through the servants' entrance, while nobody was there. r i c i i- j: > a- i wI'woiwbui ?tii iiuur oriore nc whs uiucovercu iu be a perfect stranger at the Caatle, he wan observed by the orderly in attendance, sitting upon the bench in the hall, by whom he was considered one of the workmen engaged in the Castle, or a porter who was waiting oo some business for those employed. It was soon discovered that the |>oor fellow was crazy, and had been for some time. The i?p*rs think it very arrange that persons can so easily gain access to a building in which there are such multitudes ot guards and attendants. It does indeed appear that the people about the Queen are not remarkably vigilant.?London Timtt of Auputt 17. Prorogation of the British Parliament. The Parliament of the United Kingdom was on Friday prorogued by her Majesty in person. During the enrlv part of the morning Parliament street was as quiet as on ordinary occasions ; but aboat 12 o'clock the carriages of the nobility and gentry who had be<tn fortunate enough to obtain tickets of admission to the House of Lords from the Lord Chamberlain, began to arrive in rajrid succesaion, and before half past 12 there was a regular line of splendid equipage*, which reached from the ilouae of Iyords to the. llorse Guards. The doors of the Mouse of Lords were thrown open at 12 o'clock, Hnd shortly afterwards the House The dresses of the 1 adieu were very elegant. The line ot road, leading from Buckingham Palace to the Houae of Lords wan kept clear by a strong body of the police, and hi one o'clock the diflereni regiments ot Lite, Guards were stationed on the whole line ot road, the soldiers being placed about three yards from each other The crowd in the Park was very great, and the utmost anxiety was manifested to obtain a view ot the Sovereign. A few minutes before two o'clock, her Majesty, accompanied by Prince Albert, the hereditary Prince of Saxc Coburg, the Prince-sot Saxe Coburg, the Duchess of IJueeleugh (the inistr*-* of (he robes), the Lord Chamberlain, thr Lord High Steward, the Master of the Horse, and other great officers ot the Household, left Buckingham Palace, and proceeded in the accustomed state through St. James's Park to the House of Lords. Her Majesty appeared in excellent health Hnd spirits, and was most enthusiastically cheered by her royal and affectionate subjects. On her Majesty's arrival at the House of Lords, the bands of the different regiments plnyed the national anthem, and the cheers of the assembled multitude were deafening. A discharge of cannon announced the approach ol the Sovereign. The House, although not quite so crowded as it is at the commencement of a session, was very full, and presented a splendid appearance. The Foreign Ambassadors and Ministers were in full costume. There were ohairsplaced on the right of the Throne for l'rince Albert, the Prince of Saxe Cobnrg, and the Princess of Saxe Coburg. A flourish ot truinpetii Wan the signal (if her Majesty's entering the House At thin moment the peers Pna* onrl eama.as.. J! ..I I _ t< - - Un/I ^ ?..,4 ^u.n,?ru MftiiuinK uniu irt iuijwiy "?? taken her seat on the throne. The Qussen desired their lordships to be seated. j The Lord Chancellor then directed S* Au?u?iui I Cliflord, Usher of the Black Rod, to summon the I LD. Mm Two C*nti, House of Commons to hear her Majesty's most gracious speech, on the prorogation of parliament. In a few minutes, tne Speaker, accompanied by a number of members, appeared at the bar. Her Maiesty gave her royal assent to several bills, after which, The in an aimrnDfiftti her Ma lent y, recounting the business of the eefraion Her Majehty then, in a clear and distinct tone of voice, read her moat gracious apeech, of which the following is a copy :? " My Lordinna Gmt'tmm,? "The state of public buiineas enable* me to release you from further attendance in Parliament. " I cannot take leave of you without expressing mv grateful sense of the assiduity and zeal with which you have applied yourselves to the discharge of your public duties during the whole course of a long and most laborious session. " You have had under your consideration measures of the greatest importance connected with the financial and commercial interests of the country, calculated to maintain the public credit, to improve the national resources, and, by extending trade,and stimulating the demand for labor, to promote the general and permanent welfare of all classes of my subjects. "Although measures of this description have necessarily occupied much of your attention,you have at the same time effected great improvements in several branches of jurisprudence, and in laws connected with the administration of domestic affairs. "1 return vou my especial acknowledgments for the renewed prool which you afforded me of your loyalty and affectionate attachment, by your ready and unanimous concurrence in an act lor the tocreased security and protection of my person. "1 continue to receive front all foreign powers assurances of their friendly disposition towards this country. uAlfnAUirh I linvp rlpsrtlv frt lament rswsssss which have befallen a division of the army to the westward ofthe Indus, yet I have the satisfaction of reflecting that the gallant defence of the city of Jellalabad, crowned by a decisive victory in the field, has eminently proved the courage ana discipline of the European and native troops, and the skill and fortitude of their distinguished commander. "Gentlemen of the House of Commona,? "The liberality with which you have granted the supplies, to meet the exigencies of the public aervice, demands my warm acknowledgments. "My Lords and Gentlemen?, "You will concur with me in the expression of humble gratitude to Almighty God. for the favorable season which His bounty has vouchsafed to ua, and for the prospects of a harvest more abundant than those of recent years. "There are, I trust, indications of gradual recovery from that depression which has affected many branches of manufacturing industry, and haa exposed large classes of my people to pnvationa and sufferings which have caused me the deepeat concern. "You will, I am confident, be actuated on your return to your several counties by the same enlightened zeal for the public interests which you have manifested during the discharge of your parliamentary duties, and will do your utmost to encourage by your example and active exertions, that spirit of order and submiaaion to the law, which is essential to the public happiness, and without whioh there can be no enjoyment of the fruits of peaoeful industry, and no advance in the career of aooial improvement. At the conclusion of the speech^ Her Majesty left the House, and proceeded to Buckingham Palace in the same state as she arrived at the House. The crowd was very great at the time Her Majeaty left the House of Lords. The Sovereign,on herreturn to Buckingham Palace, was moet enthusiastically cheered by the assembled thousands of her subjects. Parliamentary.?In the Commons on Monday. August 8. the Newfoundland bill was read a third time ana passed. Lord Palmerston asked Sir R. IJ 1 L ?. 1 -L ...L' .L J ? rcci wiiruicr iuc ncwo wuiui uwu imirijr sruvta from lndin was true. There were conflicting accounts but one of them Hated that the GovernorGeneral of India hud issued orders for the withdraw, al of British troone from the west hank of the Indus. Sir Robert Peel said he had strong objections to make communications upon the subject; bat he had every reuson to believe thai the British troops stiU occupied Candahnr and Jellalabad, and that thoy were in such a condition as to prevent their being speedily removed. A new writ for Ipswich wsa loaned . In the Peers, on Tuesday, Aug. 9, the Ernst India slavery bill was read a third time and passed. In the Commons, the proposal to erect monuments to the memory of Lord Exmouth, Lord de Saurnarez, and Sir Sydney Smith, was agreed to. On Wednesday, August 10, the bankruptcy bill was read a third time and panned. The Statistics of Parliament ?The session is at length over, and we are happy to be enabled to give the following statistical information regarding the events by which the first t-rssisn of conservative rule has been distinguished. The house baa sat upward of one huudred days, and has soiled in the same period nearly 700 white waistcoats. Out of more tnan a thousand speeches, about one half have sent their hearers to sleep; and of 200 orators, two have been pulled down by their friends to prevent their continuing to make fools of themselves. There have been nearly 30,000 44 cheers," and the words 44 hear" has been repeated so often 11 m f HtntiHtiriil vifil/inpfk hnn nnnKU tea koon pace with it. Of miscellaneous noises there have been six, the two principal of which ar?> crow* ing like a cock, and braying like an ass; the latter have been the more natural. Of the reports of com* mittees the number has been large, and the result in waste paper very considerable. Of legislative improvements, two have been naitiallv effected, and 26 have been talked about There nave been, on an average, a thousand white neckcloths, fonr hundred satin scarfs, sixteen stocks at four*and*six, and one (Mr. Hume's) at two-and-three in mohair. The majority of the members have worn Welling* ton hoots; but six have been detected in Clarence^ and one in Oxontaos.?Punch. Serious Outbreaks in England and Scotland. A series of alarming riots have broken out in the manufacturing and mining districts ot England sad Scotland. The people during the past two years have borne the most pressing privations with exemplary fortitude, and have submitted to repeated reductions of wages, on account of the bail stale of trade, under the promise that whenever there should be a revival, better remuneration should be given to them. Just, however, when an improvement in business was noticed, and tbey might reasonably have exacted a realization of their long cherished expectations, it was proposed by three of the leading manufacturing firms at rtialeybndge, near Manchester, and by some employers at Dunfermline, in I Scotland, that they should submit to a still further reduction. Whether there was any concert between the mill-owners, at so great a distance, cannot well be ascertained : but the people, in both oases, became exasperated, and it is clear, from tha l: *.L LI _L. IL-... ....... ...../J k.. rrauint-bb wuu which nicy wcio juuwu wy wuiinucn of all descriptions, that the flame had long been smouldering, and only wanted encouragement to burst forth into an extensive conflagrationThere had, a fortnight previously, been a turn out of the colliers in Staffordshire, ana thev had visited the pits in the adjoining countries, for the purpoeeof compelling the peonle employed therein to join them. Some of tliem readily acceded, but othera resisted, and they then returned to their own homes. The turn out weavers and spinners appear to have adopted a similar course, but in consequence of the crowded state of the population in the manufacturing districts, they were the more formidable in their irrnptions. After numerous meeting! at Staleybridge, Ashton and Mottram, there wak a general i?rn out of the spinners and weavers at the former place, in compliance with the dsmauda of an immense mob. A procession was then formed with bnnners, on whicn were inscribed their determination not to resume labor until their wages were raised to the s?ine rate as in 1839 and 1840 They compelled colliers, calico printer*, and other trades to i?in them, and went to Duckinfield, Ashton. Oldlum, Hyde, Fairfiuld, Uroyladen, Denton, andother surrounding towns, stopping the mills in sll these places. At Manchester they were frequently dispersed by the military, but re-assembled, and succeeded in stopping all the works of Manchester and Salford.? Thence thev extended their incursions to Stockport, Macclesfield, Gloasop, Tintwiatle, Heywood, Middleton. Oldham, Rochdale, Bury, Bolton, Chorley, i Blackburn, Clitheroe, Burnley, rrevton, w if an, and all the surrounding towns where the population was great or manufactories existed, causing one universa! and wide-s|>read insurrrciion, whilst a similar course was pursued by the colliers in the Staffordshire Potteries and at f'lasgow. Since Tuesdav, the 9th instant, Manchester has been inasNfe of di*organiiationx all business beinr at a standstill, and the military being constantly ngnged in dispersing "otouaassemblages. There bss, however, been, comparatively speaking, very little destruction of property, and not much plunder, though many of the milts have been attacked ana the sbofmeapara have been compelled to fins np their stocks of provisions. At Halifax, Rlsekbmn, and Preston, the military have fired upon the mobs, and several lives have been lost The mill own en -vfr To -rtWi ' rn met. -o?j Wfl ' ' J' t ?-* _^T ;'

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