Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 27, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 27, 1842 Page 1
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T HI Vol. VIII.?-Mo. 318 ? Wholi *o. 3170. fOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINK OK PACKK1 9 MMnunotlSioi^H shipper*. It is *^*5 dc?i?rch * sl.ip from this (port oil the 1st, S?h, 10th, I5lh, Mth, *w JStli ot each month, eomtn.uciog the 10th October ami id* until May, when reKuUruays will b? appointed lor the re mnu.l-r of the > ear, whereby a real delay* and d,if,2'iV,iLSllh2 will hi prevented dermic llie Rummer mourns. 1 >'? lonow * ships will commence this arrangement : Snip YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Snip OCONEE, Captain Jackaon. Ship MISSISSIPPI. Cat tain Milliard. Sin,i LOUISVILLE. Captain Hunt. Sill,. SflAKSI'EARE, Captain Aimer. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. 8l?P HCNT8V1LLE, Captttu Mumford. Ship OCMULUEK, Captain L.avttt. Snip % \SHVII.LK. Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS, Caiitun Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ships were all built 111 lh? city of New Vork, express fm packers, are of light draft of water, have recently beei. m wt> c?*ti>ereil and put in Milendid order, with accomin<>uaiiou> lor paa?eugeni unequalled (or comfort. They are commande< by experienced masters, who will make every exertisn to givt 5? riernl itMslactiou. Tne> will at all times be towed up and own the Mississippi by steamboats. k Neither the ow ner* or capuiu* of these *hi|? will be respotisieh (or jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for tnv Utters, narcel or imckage, ?ent by or put ou board o? tnem, unless ie?ul*r lulls of lading are takeu for the same, end file \alue thereon expressed. * V wr 'reiMht or jiaasogt , apply ?. K. COLLINS At CO., xi South sc.. 01 HULLIN 4 WOODRUFF, Agent in Ne* Orleans. who will promptly forward all Kood* to their address. The ?lup? of thia line are warranted to rail punctually aa advertised, aud treat care will be taken to have the goods correctIf measured. mt OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. rPHE "OTToTTxE of Liverpo^^^^m%aftcr be despatched iu the following order, excepting that when the d.iy of sailing fails ou Sunday, the ships will sail oil the succeeding day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, t June 1 July IS 616 tons, < Oct 1 Nov 19 1). G. Bailey, f Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June IV Aug 7 750 torn, < Oct 19 Dec 7 J\ B. L. Waite. (Feb 19 April 7 ??.n.The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug 19 tOO tons, < Nov 1 Dec 19 J. Rathbone, f March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, (July 19 Sept 7 610 tuna. Not 19 Jan 7 E.G. Marshal/Mar 19 May 7 Tk. MhUI'll AVlk-IMf'A I S.,.. I K...I IO CIS tons. < Dec 1 Jan 19 A. B. Lowber.r April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, (Aug 19 Occ 7 900 tons, '.Dee, 19 Feb 7 T. ft. Cropper.) April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, ! Sept 1 Oct 17 860 tons, '.Jan 1 Keb 17 W.CBarstow.) May 1 June 19 The COLUMBLS, ? Sept 19 No* 9 700 torn, \Jan 1) Mar 9 G. A. Cole. May 19 Ju|y 7 Punctuality, aa legards the day of sailing, will be ohservrd u hereiolorc. The price of passage outward n now tiled at One H luilrtd Dollars, for which ample store* of ever* description ?i[l be provided, v. ith the exception of wine* and liquors, winch w .11 be lurnished hy the stewards. GOODHUE at CO , 61 South st., C. H. MARSHALL, 38 ButiiiiK-slip, N. Y. je?i l"h BARING BROTHERS Si CO.., L'pool. NEW lOKK AND LIVERPOOL REGULAR COMMERCIAL LINE OF PACKETS. Sailing to and from Lirerjiool, Weekly. lift. @ ofu^TABLIoilElH'ASSAGi^FVlCE, 61 SOUTH STREET. Tiie subscriber in announcing his a rr?nge merits for the year 1812, appears be lope his friends with seulimcuU ol sincere respect lor the able support he has received for many year* past.? He likewise wishes to call the attention of those intending to semi for their friends residing ill England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales; that lliey can at all times lie accommodated by this line, by weekly opportunities from Liverpool, as well as by all the well knowu different lines ol packet ships, sailing to and I nun Liverpool on the 1st, 7 th, 13th, 19th and 26th ol each mouth throughout the rear. It has always been the study of the subscricer to hare the emigrants showni civility, and de*|?lched without delay, and skose who send for their friends may rest satisfied that every die and diligent attention will be given by the Liver|HX>l agents to those sent for, as well as all who may embark with litem, and sliouid any of those whose passage has been paid not emjark, the rnouey will be refunded without any charge. The atlbscribel feels a pleasure in making known the different ships by which his passengers came out during the last year, which has givan general satisfaction, and that he has considerably extended and concluded his arrangements for the year 1842. Tiie following is a list ol ships :? Ships Scotland, Robinson. Ships Alabamian, Lane, s. _ _ Fail field, Wilson. Priutice, Hopkins. Frankfort, Russell. Tyrone, Sjieare. Let... Russell Glover, Howe*. Wales, Watts. Hibernia, Wilsou. Westchester, Ferris. 1--' Alfred, Cheever. Osceola, Child*, a B Cliltoti, Ingersoll. St. Cloud, Emevson. L Louisville, Allen. New York, Niviu. 1 Sobieskie, Emerson. Warsaw, Griffiths. Oswego, Wood. Ocean, Willard. IL Talbot, Storev, N. Hamiishire, Harding, i. . Panthea, Ooodmanson. Robert Isaacs, Trueman. V intuiw, wlon. turope, JJalcheldor. 8. Jenkins, Seymour. A free |?uai|r from die different port* Of Ireland and Scot and, can alio lie secured, and dralts furnished for any amouut. payable at the National and Provincial Bm.Iu of Ireland and their respective branches, and also on Messrs. J. It W. Robinson, Liwriwol, which are paid free o* any charge, throughout he United Kiu)(dom. For further iiarticulars ?pply to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South street, or J. k W. ROBINSON, 16 Ooree Piazzas,and an 16 No. 1 Neptune at.. Waterloo Dock. Liverpool. &<(> rfjgr ~ PA^ScTS lffl^M\RSEli^^^^a'he undermentioned hips mil be regularly dispatched Irom hence and Iroin Marseilles on the 1st of each month during the year, thus? From New York. Marseilles. MINERV A.Ospt Brown, Nov 1. Jan 1 H'KY THOMPSON, Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. Feb 1 COURIER, Capt Duaan. Jan 1. Marl TRESCOXT, Capt Lawrence, Feb I, Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adains, Marl. May 1 CI IKIOLANUS, Cap Haile, Apl 1. Juu I They are ail c<>np, res aud copper fasteued.and havt ezcellent aeroinmodaiioiis lor p issengersThe price of cabin passage will be $100, exclusive of w.nes and I ignore. Goods addressed to BOYD k HINCKEN, the s gen's, will be forwarded free ef other chaiges than there actually paid. For fici.,ht or passage apply to O. BROOM k CO., or to o22r BoYD It HINCKEN, Agents ' NEW LINE Ob LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To ailfrom New York on the 26th aud Liverpool ou the 11th i(f ?ach month. , fib. tik ^T*!M Nr* Yoks Ship GARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 26th October. Shin ROSCII'S, Captain Johu Collins, 26th November. Ship SIDDONS. Cantai.i E. B. Cobb, 26lh December. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Drpeyster, 26tn January. Fuom Lirr arosL. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Drpeyster, IJth Novem'r. Slop GAHUICK, 'aptain Win. Skiddy, I3lh December. Snip ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 13th January These ships are all ol the first class, upwards ol luno tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvement* a* combine treat i|ieed with unusual conduit for passengers. Every care as lieeu taken iu the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $100, for which ample stores w ill he provided. These ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every eiertiou to gire geneia! satis l ac Neither the captain* or owner* of the sliii* will be responsible for SI y letter*, iwrcels or packages tent by them, oule** regular b 'tool lading are signet! therefor, i'or ireight in latssMtc. apply to E. K. COl.l.lNS it CO., 56 Sonth st., New York, otto WM. it JA8. BROWN It CO., Liverpool. Lerten by the packets will b? charged 12^ cenis per single aheer: 50 cent* per ounce, and newspaper* I cent each. ol Bill 11*11 AMI NORTH AMERICAN UOHAL A1A1L, STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 ton* and 410 home power each.. Under contract with the Lords of the Admiralty. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, Commander. CALEDONIA, E. O. Lort, do ACADIA. A. Kyrie do COLUMBIA, E. C Miller, RN do Will tail from Boiton, via Halifax. rnoM LtvcnrooL. rnon aoiroi*. Britannia, Hewitt, Oct 1 N?r I Caledonia, L<>tt. Oct 19 Not 16 Acadia, Kyrie, Nor 4 Dec 1 Columbia, Miller, Nov 19 Dec I7 Britannia, Hrwiti, Dec 1 Jan I Passage Money?Krom Boston to Lircrrool, 9135?Boston to Halifax S.t). T !.-?e sh ;.s carry erp, rirnced snrgeons. No Berths secured ntitil pasd f r. Nor a.?Mer, handire aud Specie (except for personal ex pensss) shipped under 'lie Dime of luggage will be charged as freiknt, avid liable toCustmn House Regulations. Apply to o?V r I). BHlUHAM, JR.. No. 3 Wall-rt. e?l^n ft* (f'L\LL AND WINTER AllIIAMIKflw?MENT.?Ihe Steamboat Rockland, will, I ~ oil and alter M ud*\, the 3'st of October, ruu as follows: basing Muldletown Point (tide and weather per milling) at ? o'chsck, and KerpOrl at 10 a'cloek, erery Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Returning, leave the loot of Huron son street, New York, every Tuesday. Thursday sud Saturday at I'o'clock, noon, rouchiugat Seguiu's Dock each way. Slajpm will h* m rrAtliuMS to convev r-msB?w? iamw ***? iof the*country. All h*i{('K* *t the riak of the owne a7 ' ;>tt 2m*ec STATKN ISLAND FERRY. Ki t of Whitehall itieet. |J I'll* utratu Imata STATKN ISLANDER end WAtoSON will leaer N*w York and Stateu Maud followi*? NEW YORK. STATKN ISLAND. 9 B\ II I* lis I All goods stnppfd art required to be particularly marked, and are it the risk of the rmarra hereof. o5 r 7-W-"! st* NEWARK AND NEW YOHK.-Karc - W? Oulr I2H eent?.?The splendid and commodi KwLniu (learner PASSAIC. Capt. John daffy, lien* completely and elegantly refitted, commenced her teener 7rips tnrtlic cnaon on Thnradav, tlarch 10?learini aa lot Koot of Biicl.-y at. New York, at 10,'d o'clock,A.M., and .<,* ?>U k, P. M. Outre wharf, Newark, at I o'clock, A. Nl. and 1 o'clock, P.M., rot d lyiitcladed. 0" Kieitrtit ol avery description carried at reduced pricca. j | ol ?nt*t I T li fc p L ACE 1 N N w Vol A where the celebrated Shaker Knit Shirt can be 1 aUnuWi. at JOHN M. DAVIKS S. JONES. , 106 William at, comer ol Jonn it, i/AdeU? ft' the Shekel** Merriinac Co. N. H. Also?Close And open I nn Drawen, flana*} wtapiwra and Jr.-?e.i, and it* aunWltd Shaker rtaiincl by the yard or piece ?lUi prefeiahk, to any atyla now in nee. oU la* m E N E' NEV NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK ggBBl -ggg rigjgr-* tiW*- gjag. are reUucvTT to Mlltt. k lout (nr (oat ol Coiirtliuiilt ftreel, New York (Every ujy?Sunday epted.) Vt 9 A. M. At . r. M. At 7X A. M. At IX P. M. "X Jo- 4 do. 8 do. 3>, do 4X do. 9 do. 6 do. I? do. It 10 do ON SUNDAYS. Fiom the foot ol Conrtlaudt atreef. Leave Now York, Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. and 4X P. M. At IX P. M. and III P. M. NEW YOI1K, ELIZABETH TOWN. Laatc Nrw York. Leave Elizabeth Town. 9 A.M. 7 A.M. 2 P.M. 8X A.M. 2? " I9X A. M. i? P. M. IX M. J P. M. 9\ " The tr una for Weatlirld. Piaintield. Bouudbrook, Sorncrville, kc., connect with the 9 A M, 2 anil 4X P M tr liua liotn New Yoik, daily, Sundaya excepted. Fare lie ween N>-w York and Elizabeth Towu25 cent*. Fare between do and Somerville, 79 cent*. NEW YOHK RAIIWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK Fare reduced. From lire foot of Liberty atreel, dally. Leave New York Leave New Biuuswk k Ai 9 A M. At 5>j A. M. 2X P. M. 7.X " 4lJ " 12X " 9 P. M. Ou Sunday* the 5X and 7X A.M. lri|>* from New Bruu wick ind 2\ P. M. train Item New York, are -milted. Faie between New York and New ttrunawick, 7J ceni*. Ilahway, S" CMMi The fare in the 5,X and 7X A. M. train from New Brunaancit. and 2 J* and <X >' M. train from New York, hits been rt docca. New Y'ork and New Drunawick, to 50 cent*. " and Railway to J7X " raaaeiuter* who procure their rickets at the ticket office, re eive a terry ticket gratis. tickets are receiTeit try in.-cou doctor only ou the (lay when purchased. anil 3m* WINTER ARR/NUEMENT. NEW VOUK AND rim.AUELHirtlA RAILITOA^HINE DIRECT. Via Newark, New Brntuwi-k, Princeton, Trenton, Borden town and BurJiiixtou. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New York, Irour the foot of Liberty aireet, daily, at 9 A M and P M. The morning Line Proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden, (opposite Philadel|>hia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot ol Liberty street, where a commodious sleambort will be in readiness*. with bag/age crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are couveyed from city to cilv, eithout being opened by the way. Ench train is provided with a Ladies Car, in which are ajartmcnls and dressing rooms expressly for the Ladies use. _ If.-turning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foat ol Chestnut street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M,and S o'clock, P M. The Lilies for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, end 4 T M, being a comiuuatiou of the lines from New York. ?M 3m?r FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED M A I L l"?^1"11 BOSTON, via HTONlNUTON AND NEWPORT, composed of tlie following sn|H.-ri-r steamers, running in connection w ith the Slouiugtou and I'll Vidence, and Boston and Providence Railroads? MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Coinstock. RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer. NARRAOANSEl'T, Captain Woolsey. MOHEGAN, Captain Vanderoilt. One of which will leave New ltork daily, (Sundays ettceptcd) from Pier No. 1, North River, Battery Place, at four 'clock, P.M. AlXIXOtMtXTI. The RHODE ISLAND, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, for aiouiiistoii. Trie MASSACHUSETTS, ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, lor Ston uglon. Passengers oil the arrival of the steamers at Btonington, may take the Railroad Cars and proceed immediately to Provi deuce and Boston. Freight taken at the following much reduced rates To Boston, on goods weighing forty pounds or upwards to he cubic foot, at Si 30 per ton, and on measurement goods 7 cents per foot. To Providence, on measurement goods 5 cents per cubic 'not, and specific articles as per tarif to be obtained at office 2S Broadway. mytl 6m?r FARE REDUCED. LTUlIWjr DUU 111. . (T?" FAllJC HLDlCEU on both the routes from Balimore to Charleston, by the Chesapeake Bay, Portsmouth, Weldon, Wilmington, N.C.. and tlience to Cnaileston, to ii3, menla on the Bay boats included ; or v ia Washington city, Richmond, Petersburg, W.luon, Wilmington, N. and theuce to Charleston, to S22, meals extra?making the fare on both routea the tame, Every exertion in made to keep the Railroads and Steamboats connecting these lines in good aider, and expedite travel, and make passengers as comfortable as pos si hie. By this route yon may be sure of reaching New Orleans rom New York seven or eight days sootier than any other line, at an expense not exceeding $72. E. B. DUDLEY, _n!7r President W. It R. It. R. Co. NEW YORK AND BOSTON RAIL ROAD LINE. Via NonwicH also WoncgtTKH KitLintDi. Composed of the following sntierior steamers ruuunig in connection w ith the Norwich It Worcester and Worcester It Boston Rail Hoa-s? WORCESTER, Capt. J H. Vanderbill. NEW HAVEN, Capt. J K. Dustan. CLEOPATRA, Capt On and altn Monday, Nov 21 st.tli's line will be run tri-weekly, leasing New Yotk, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only, at t P. M. 11 The uew and splendid stearaho, l NEW HAVEN, Captain J. K. Dustan. will l?ave every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passengers tor Boston will be forwarded immediately on the arrival of tho above boats at Norwich, and will proceed without change of cantor baggage. For further information, eunuire at the olH. on the wharf, on bor rd the boata, or to D. B ALLEN, 39 Peck slip, np stairs. All persons are forbil trusting any one on account of the above boats or owners. PtVr PULLExV & COPP'S w -flBfeNE\V~RTRK! ALbX>^ TROY AN^MUNTIIEAL r.Ainr.99. Me?*w. H*rnd^n It Co. hariui? disposed of their ron'e from New York to Albany and Tiov, the ?oh?cribers, ihe old conductors of Htrod^n k Co's Northern Express, from New York, will continue to run a? lirrctofore,l*svinrf New York. Albanv and Troy, Daily , and connect at Trov wiih J icons' Montreal Rvpr-is and will for* wud IpNkr, Da-ik Notes, Packifss BnndlciyCs? <> Ooods. lie., o any place b?t??ecn New York a"d Montreal, aoil Itinmahoat ilic Canvlx'a. Alio Eait, gun Troy and Albany to B'Wton, aid Weal from Albany to BufTilo. All huainrai rntruited to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particular attention vn I be piid to the collection of n te?, draft*, acceptance!, lie . and prompt retnrna made for the iunr, PULLEN St COPP. Off.crr??Tnllen St ''orp, 2}{ Wall atieer, New York. Tnoe. tjnnyh, 15 Eichanfe, Albany. A O. Filkina, 228 River alrret, Trr.y. 8. Jacob't Exchange Court, 8t Paul at, Montreal. REFERENCE*. Ntw York. At-mixr. Taor. Prime, Waid St King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno. I'avne, Jacob Little. ?i Co., Thoa. Cough. P. Wei't, John T. Smith, It Co., 8. K Stow, Penoun It Hoffman, C. 8. Douglaaa, Carpenter It Vcrmilye, F. Leake Houvhion It Co. Diew, Robinaon It Co. n2l lmr FOR AHL^^^^^^^ERPOOL. The Royal Mail Ht< am Ship ACADIA, A. Hyrie. Kit., Commando, will leave Boson for the ibove ports on Thurs(lay, Dec. lit. Passage to Liverpool $' 35. Ilalifai S 20. App'yto D. BRIGHAM, Jr., Agent, n2tr 3 Wall street. 03f FOR ALBANY, TROY, ami IntermediCl .. J*al? Places?The spit:hitiJ low prrisure stratnX_t>p*t SWALLOW. Carton A. McLean, will Iravc tile 'oot of Conlaudt ?t, oil Saturday Afternoon, Nos 26, at 5 o'clock. ijy* Tlir above is a substantial B >af, fitted np with elegant St ite Rooms, and for accommoda leu is unrivalled ou the Hodton. n25 r jg* REGULAR OPPOSITION TO CATS "W.i, J? KILL, and inter i ediale landings, tanhout 'o?,? Regular daya from Catuktll, Vton day a, Wednesdays and Fridays. Fiom NewJfovm, Tuesdays, Thursday t and Saturdays.?Kare to or from CatUktll, 56 centa. ?Bertha 26 cenu?Snpoet 25 cent". . The new ami ftat ?te>mer WAVE, Captain Vand?rbtlt. will le-ve Robinson at pi-r Thursday Nov. 17th, at lira o'clock. For fur:h? r iiarticnl irs inquire of the ca fain on board. By running on the t'ab i?e named, there will baa daily com munieation net ween Catskill and New York (and inter mediate plac.a) lor fraigl.t ud pun yge at rcductuf prices. otr Adfg- OLD BLA< K BAI L LINK <>K PA< KETS k#S3Py for LI V b tlPO'l L?Packet of the J at D-ceinher. flBK*rhe well kuown and fivonte packet fchip EUROPE, < puiber, will po?itivrly tail on Tlinrsday, ?t Dec, her recu'nrday. T.hit splendid ship has unanrpaated accommodations for cabiu. trcoml cabin and sfaerace passengers. Those wiahinK to secure bertha will require to make early application on board at foot of Bergman at, or to JOHN HKRDMAN, 61 South atreet. N. [>. Persons sending for the:r friends residing in Great Britain and Ireland can have them brought out, as usual, by any of the ships composing this line: drafts for any amount Can be furnished, pyyatda in all the principal towns throughout the L 111 I a> J Kingdom, on application aa above. it26r 1JHN DRAFTS ON IRKLA'*D. k NOLAND' SCOT LAND AND WALKS -Pe^n. ending JkUkAfaeiom v to Iheir friends in the ohl country, can have oralis lot SUV amount, payable on demand, without discount at in following places, tii ? IN IRELAND?The National Duik oflreland, the Provincial B ink of In land,.nil all rhetr tranches. IN ENGLAND?Messrs. J lines Bmt, Son It Co., bankers London, Etcaanga Ki>d Discount Bank, Liverpool, and their br .aches throughout E-gland and Wales. Ik SCOT! AND?The Essern Bank of Scotlaud, the O eeno. k Banking Com, any, and all thrir biauch'B. All of which dra ts are paid in anv ol lite principal towns iu Oreai Britain or Ireland. Apply (if by let'er |>oat paid) to W. A J. T. TArSCOTT, 43 Ptckalip, n!7 f cot South atreet. IV vo V YORK. SUNDAY MORr SELLING OFh AT WALKKK'9.-5C0 prladles French gaiters, French and satin slippers and buskins, 100 t?r line calf ?titehed 1 ools, $ J to $3 50 t?*r pair, 300 nr calf and tme pectad booir., from ft? to 2 25 a?d $2 50 per pair, 100 pr ot boy'* covrse and Una boou, Irum $1 in $2 *ud $2 50 p^r { air, 530 pair children'# do from 3a to 5i i>er pair, 500 pr ladies ann misses boot*, shoes and buskins, from 4> to 6s and ft I per 1*, 800 nr of grnts water proof boots, moccasins, Iuilu rubbers in abundince, men's coarse and flrv boots of all torts .ind sites, (romftl 75 to ft?, all warranted. All ihe sbov? goods 50 pt*f ct. the c'iraiM-st in the city. Call and see for yourselves. Canal si, Corner ol Bmadwav. *i oti " J. 3. WALKERS. ( LINTON CH&AP Boot u. i siu>? AUrket, AU9 ^MmfUieciiA ich, corner Spring st, it the only place where can be found boots and a noes to suit the timet. All thos* who wear boots ami >hoee wiil do well to litre a nil. Ladies' and m'saes bu*kiu* Irotn 3, I, 5, 6, 7 and B shillings per pair; geudeineu*' bo tslroin 12 shilling* to $1 per pair; boys' boots from8 ?iiiiIiiiatt to $260 per pan. All who wish to save 20 i?ei c? ut Mill Kite a call at t.;e Clinton Cheap Boot ami r*hee Mdiket, 509 Greenwich corner Spu ug street o2^> lm*f PEN< ING SALOON fe SHOOTING GALLERY. KMKKS, 413 Broadway, entrance in Lispen^d street. second door, lately trout Lurope, Piofessorof (lie art ol Fencing, gives> Fencing ; also in the u*? oi the straight crooked, am! Turkish sword, huuuug knife, inuskel arid ha\ oiiet, stall, and every Species Of Weapons. Gentlemen, lovers of this art, military officers of the at my , navy, fjir. *re reuwctfully invited to call and wituess an eiliibiuou ol his akill in tins naeiul and important art. A spacious dooMe Shooting Gallery, illuinirtated id tlie evtuing, will also be found w iU? super.or Swiss pint >?. *?about nils at * distance of *ilfl yar 's s!6>i *r MVllinakv aKTTCCIS; cloa k s, kc.?vTJTjtP KIN? CO., from Paris, respectfully tutorm the adits of this city, that th*\ veil) open on the 9th inst. 393 Broad way. bet weeu White and YVaiwer street*, a spleudia assortment of Kets, Capotes. C oaks, Pelerines^ Camail*, fancy and street Dresses, Scarfs, Shawls, Veils, heathers, .Marabouts, Ctc., of the latest "a/is la*hion. Just received jwr *lup Ville de L)'<?u from Havre. Dre.?s and Cloak making promptly ei ecu ted. n*> Inn*r GRANITIC.?TIM fttiuu biapd CHnidt* Qmnybdn now in full operation, will supply Orauite of any ditneiisioiu, either cut or rough. Building s;oue* either for block of rouble woik, ashler, sills, and lin't ls, step* and platforms, will bt delivered at shortest notice, Kr title ge for ships, and shingle ballast or smaller stones w ill be d live red ou board any vessel in N^w York harbor at tne lowest iales. Vessels can load with great dispatch at the wharf on Stateo Island, where It feet depth of water is had. The railroad being an goud order, the cars are laden dini brought abreast cf the hipping. No danger from ice dimug the w inter n ouths. For further information apply to LIlWJS GIBSON, Agent, At the Granite VVnarf, Slaleu Is ..ud, or to the Office of the Company,1U0 Pine st,cor of South,upstairs o28 r S K Ol.OV KH. Pit side .t FLUTK ANL) GUITAR. ! r\A R. PH1L1PK F.RNST, Prole saor of the Flute. Guitar, an I 1,1 patent Concertina l>eg a lo announce lo Ins fncuds and public that he has just published hit new "Hondo Mdilaire" for ihe guitar, which wilt be (omul well worthy ihe alteution ol the learner or amateur, Irom it* being well adapted lo that instrument aud calculated uot ou!y to please but to afford instruction. l'hi? Hoailo, with wvtrnl other pleasing pieces of Ins c?in|>o*iuud "for the guitar" >re to be found it Mr. Krnst'i residence 64 Canal street, where he routinue* lo give lessons on t. e above intrnnients 11 "Ira 1 MUSIC.?C. S. GRAFFULLA, 33 By aid stieel, New York, auu .uncos to the Leah r? ol Cotillion, Biais, or Military Bind. of .hew Yorh^ that he hit Ou hainl, and will I arrange at the shortest notice, lor any number ol instruments, the latest and moit nopulvr Goer* it ices, Qtiadri h ?, Po'au.lses, Quicksteps, Waitzes, aud Gallop , original, and by the gieatesl .utli rs. N.B ?C. 8 Gnffulla will also arrange Marcher, Qu'cksreps, he. lor country binds al the shorter' notice, for any number oi in sruireiits. b. d.lectins a few In ra to h in at ii Bay-rd street. .Vine tan.hi, a..d Ics.nii la thoiou.h baas. ntl lw?m ENGLISH SCHOOL. HAVANA, ISLAND of CUBA. CHARLES DUNNE WA I KHLANO, PRINCIPAL. rPHI3 Acnde:n> ? n esiablianrd two yeara ago, under the pi?1 nonage ol ihe former lult udolil ueueral of the istad, aud other distinguished individuals ol Hie nubility aud uu rchams of this city. It i conducted on the pi. in of the Or man 'gvuiuasia;"aud the method of tuition is the "inlenogative." All the scholars under tauil the English language, and many of them speak it habitually and fluetule-, The Principal has tlw eiperiviicc of schools in Fianca, Germany, E, gland, and the united Stales. Hia cliiel aim la to give the youth entrusted to Ins care a pracltca knowledge of Uiose branches of a |?>li e eduratiou, which are tequired in a'l active careers, and are applicable to any. The course of study, ill. rehire, comprehends the English, French. German and Spanish languages; History,Otogr, phiea, Nat'irul Plulusupliy, the practical partot Maltieuiatica, and Drawings of various kinds. rrolessurs of divers nations and acqniiemrnt* rtaide in ihe establishment; ud all the classes receive, in lotaliou, luatruetiuu from the director. Such signal success has attended this plan of tui ion, that several of the pupils, under t - elve years ol ages, write ands|?ak two foreign languages, in a perfectly intelligible manner, and those of riper years, correctly and easily. The acquisition, not only of the Spanish, bnt also of other languages, is thus placed within the ieach of the youth of the United States, without its being necessary for ihtm to relinquish the mauy advantages which accrue Irom anEngliah education. The ohiect of the Principal iu desiriug to red >ve youths from the United States, is to facilitate the acquirement ol the accent for his Spanish pupils, which service would be doubly re|>aid them by by lh? latter, and to introduce here the manly spnitofihe English schools. The youu_,cilizeus of the United Slates can have nothing to fear Irom trie climate, the house beiog spacious and airy, situated in a healihlul spot, at a short dis ance Irom the uy; aud couuiniug within its limits, a hue bath and complete gymnasium tor the preservation ol the pupils' health. Two youths, Uulj arrived Irom Ueruia uy , nave passed me summer in me scuooi lu penect Dtutn. As the principal is a minted mail, and hit wile and sister have charge of the junior dc pat tine ut: children are received al any g?- but t-at "I infancy. Every pupil enjoys his teligious opiuinns undisturbed. The leims aie $100 pel, p liable three months lu advance There arc uo t i ras eicepl clollu-s nil hooka References?.V1ESSUS. CHAS. DRAKE & BROTHERS. ALEXANDER MORALES, ESQ., nll__ Havana. M"OTICE.?Whereas Samuel Beruheiiner, of Syracuse, has acted as the ageul of H. Bernlieimer A Brothers, mere hints in the city of New York, in the collecting of debts at Syracuse, and in other buaintss, all persons aie hereby notified that his |iower as such ageut has been revoked, and all persons are hereby lorbiddeu u> transact any busiurss with htm. as such agent; and whereas Sunuil B* rulieinter and Jacob Bloch, constituting the linn of ? Bciuheimcr k Co.. of Syracuse, Jiave this diy assigned to H. B-ruin liner k Brothers, of New York, all the goods, debts and demands ol every description; therelore, all persona are hereby loibtdJen to pay auy oebtv to said S. Bernheimer k Co. or either of said lirm alter this dab ? and ail pay menu of said demands may hereafter be made to Herr nan Bernneimer.Emauuel Beruheitner or Simon Bernheitner. being the lirtn ol H Beiuheiuier at Brothers, oue ol whom will be louud at Syracuse by any person wishing to inalte paymenu; and on whom .tli persons ind. bted are requested to call immediately alio settle liieir accounts aud notes. Dated Syracuse, N. Y., Nov, Jd, 1.4.'. iti im'i i. Uj-.HMH-.iMMt k BRHTHEKS. fTKRIS TOOTH WASH?Prepared frorti tlie original ra O ciiieatNo.ll ?iold street, New Yrok?The Orris Tooth Wash is purely a vegetable preparation, possessing the properties o tciejung the moath lecturing the gums ton healthy state, and preventing any unpleasant Uste 01 odour in the mouth, whetlier arising from decayed teeth 01 Iron a dc ranged state of the stomach It is designed to be used with a tooth brush, and Will be found to suitersede the necessity c !? [<wj?r .krsyirg tbr teeth clean >nd preventing the wearing away ol U.e gatas it .a the teeth. It is particular!', useful in cases of spungy gnms, lee to ring'.hem to a healthy stale, aud causing them to coulract around the teeth. In painfti!affection::of the teeth and gums, arising from erposure to cold, it will be fonnd highly beneficial. It is particularly serviceable to n?e the Orris Tooth Wash at night just betoie retiring to rest. This in.,tliod is terommeuded by eminent dentists, as by so doing ail particles of food which accumulate during ibc day are rutnely removed, and the moutb kepi through the night in a clean, sweet, and healthy state. Sound teeth and white tecui are the most valuable portions of poor humanity; but how many neglect the attention necessary for their preservation, even when surrounded by all the means needed. Anions these we kuow ol uouemore pleasant ,nd effectual than the lims Touth Wash?it cleanses and who tens the teeth, strengthens the gums, purifies the mouth, e.nd sweetens tin- breath. W.t recommend its use to all, young and Id ?(.Boston Post. The Orris Tooth Wash :s the Lest detergent we e?et used on i,nr enamel.?{ Boston Transcript. for sale by the , in i d druggists in the city nst f CAR PE TINGS. CARTK riNOS, CARPKTIVOS?Cheaper than ever-^Al those who are in want of carie-tings, uottce the lollowing: All wool Ingrain Carpeting, outy it |*r yard. " estra " 4? " super " 4s id" " extra ?up " 5s " " double " Jstid" Three ply, superior patterns snd colors, 8s do do do eatra qu-ilty, 10s English Brussels, extra, Ids Kuy il Wiltou and Veleet Caraetintr, equally low. I Together with a large assortment of druggets, oilcloths, rap, J doorm-ts, table and piano cusera india mailing, stair r -da, nr., I thr largest stouk oi goods in the city. Pnrcti sacis would find il to their decided interest to call and examine this stock before looking elsewhere. 11. SMITH, JR, 448 Pearl sf, Opiiosite William street. N. B ?Heavy Jute Carpeting at the low price of Is id per yard. Remember, the numbs r is 148 Pearl slieet. oil lm*r THOMAS JONES, accountant, 183 Broadway, respectfully aunouucra th.t he has eoininenced lor the season to gife eernins instruction in Book-keeping,Penman ship aud Commercial Arithmetic. The many humlreils of is former pupils who ire now holding situations of the highest rrsiou .ibilily as clerks and hooka- rpert iu this city, afford the best possible test lor any enquiry as to the merits of a syaiem of instruction which hasgi >wii ont ol many yea's of c*p-it nee An adequate diligence under the course here pu sued e ill secure to a student the ahilit) to discharge all the dunes ol thu desk in a mas terly, and gi?. him - kn iwl- dgr of accou.i s such as Is *rry rarely attained through years oft aperh uce Certificates of oiialificafion are giern when deserced. TO I'laRKisTS?Certain# hours of the dav are d-rotcd to the lustraction ol a few young geutlemen who desire a thorough prei-amiou for business. Published and for sale by the author, " Jones's P. inciples and Pr*ctice of Book keeping. 8?o. price 12s. I'hia lain* only American wuik on ihe suhjec reprinted in tngland. Iliaal.o adopted in the first Anaemic fujliintinu* in llna city. ntH in * r bill R-! b ~ SHHIT3 ir,after tire latest and most ap. rnyid French i?tte jh. Coat a, i atitaloous, vein, <unj ,t|| nnder garments, made to older at short notice and in the moat fashionable alvle. Cera tie men'a k'arniahing Htoro, ?7 and id Maiden Lane, New York. .J1m?e WM rni.l.INN offiO.NO, .VlcKlBBI.N * Untl JE. Soikaerr eject, o"STr lor sale? CO "alia Ulterior hearv Blark Wadding. MO* lb Superior Cap Killing, Nos. 70 to 10. 3000 lb r-n erinr Vam Twist, Voi. 2k to <2. A lull aaiorliAeut of coloird Silesiaa and Bleached sheetings dnu Shirtings. 8. Mc:K. fc B. will reeeire orders for the Washington Bleachit g fc Dying Establishment, lor which they arc aole agent* n23 Iw'r SEUAK biVA.N-JO'iH Broadway?James H. Del Veccnio H Co., ret|tectfully inform their numerous friends and the pnhli- , that the> hire iust Opened vlir Segar Diran, 30iS Broadway, adjoining Pitifeans's Saloon, where will be fonnd a large aaaortineiltof the beit segrrs in the city. All scgara sold at tins establishment are warranted imported JAMK.3 h. DEL VV.CCHIO o2t 3m3tawr? lit>H Kit i A. J )W \>(> v. UKUUNO bH IC Kb AN 11 COFFEE AT THE HOPE MILLS, H MarUttflrhl street^ between Broad and Whitehall, late W fcrittnbeth street, Nc.r Vork ij'c, ,2? irr* ul at. Constantly on tiaud, at tha lowest uiarkat and ill the rariert nl packages sat t?n?n< TEACHER OF l'HK FLITTE/ 'I1 MONZANI.Ji lhompeon aucat, .tree iDtlrue.ti >aa on Usajrlata Terms ?li par <iuumi. a? lao'r RK II ?NG, NOVEMBER 27. 1 TO PRINTKKS AND PUBLISHKItS.-A youuir man. a practical iiriure;, who is thoroughly acquainted with his business inie ve- y depart ineiir and branch, a*d t who ha* been wpjoyed in ih ? icity 6f reporter and mb tAi or on r? 1 highly resprcuolcjourui's, is desirous of obttmiug a situation in the country, to take eh nee of, end aunaM .lew**r concerns. A remunerating salary will only be exoected. Mdn | X. ! / it the Herald office. K< c^hjejt tersiices u>\*-a aud required. u!7jab ELM"ll?( ?!A(iN. Til I'l.AlK-i.. .. SItons affection*, he., prepared under the direction or M. L ? tnroUl, apothecary in Paris, aeueral uepol la Now York, b5 frraiiklm * M. Niuuardh. Price it !*0. infallible car.- for the most acu'.a and luveterste pain, such at acute and chronic rheumatisms, the gout, ueura'gy, sciatic, tic (kriorcui, d.inse de saint Oily, chills, im grim, cramps in the atjmach, and.shortly,for ail uertous affections,chiefly diseases of Women rid young Kirls, as green siccness, auieuorrhes, su*>pres.ious, vai?oi?, nrrous macks. &c. uW lm*r SITUATION W'ANTKD?By a coinncicul per uu 10actn-. salesman iu a wholes fe or r t til establishment of Watches Jewelry he. Also uuders and* book keeping aud watch repair in*. Has Deeu in business for himself leu years anu speaks Frcuch. For particulars and references addr. a* Rri* No 7fi9 I.A??r Post Office. QmttU inh'iH? rui ukrn <-.4 ? or^iiiM the winterac ? ?ery reasonable rate. Apply at 68 Maiden Lane. u9 l?n*r BOARDING.?A few iespecuble young men cau be accoiu (1 with go<ul bouru Mid pleasant rooms a' 42 Bey tt. Terms moderate. Also a few day boarders can be accommodated Apply*! sboy,. . S lin'rc BfTiHl- i , \V iltou Koine, S2t? iVarl street, Fntnkliit bquuc?l.ept by Jos. Fowler, from London, r ngland, permanent boo-dris ^2/1 per week, transient 'warders 50 cents per day Families can b' accommodated with private roouis on reasonable reiins. Wines and spirits. *J cents ??er glass?home brew'd ale 4 crnU per pint?fino Welsh rarebits I cent*/ ach?cold cut* equtUy cheap. N. B. Hot cotfce 3 cents par pint?stakes and tnn?toii ehopscm be had ?t all hours. J. F. particularly requests any one who is in waut of a comfortable home to Call Hid int-pect his tstablishincut, and )udsr lor thernsrlves. Persons tra t ell nig for Kngland would ftnatt to their ady.iuUge to call. The house being convenient to Loudon and Liverpool ships, J r.betng appointed ifent, he can give iMssseiiK' rsetcry information. New York add Old Country p pers tnkeu in. n6 3m*r < >FFiC? TO let; a 8UPEHIOK Double Chambered Front Office to let,192 A Broadway, enroer-lohii street. Lnquiru of K. H. HU Dson, ?mj., or A. jonks, in *Hid building- n22r BOAHp?Kauiins or siugle geutlemru can be a comtnoda ted wit h board and pleas nit rooms at 50 firekmaii treet. Terms model n ; i r O EOAK8?SKGA KB?OA R8.?HE N RJQUE - ,, O Wi.haiu street, b?unu'tu. offni fur silo tne following cho'.Ct brands of scgars, whicn lie invites the love s of the weed to call tnd examim fort < rm \e ; the, ' w? re selected by but considered to be - judge Those fuid of a real Havana, will do well to call atid get their supply of he genuine article. 2'>,00 i l .a Norma, assorted colors, 26 (Ml Nooeaas. in half, quarter, lud .ne eighth boxes 5O.0O'? Yugeoudad, u?> do, lo 000 Bronda, 1st and 2d quality, 16 0OO De Flor s, l.S.tKW Norma Regalias, So,(MM Naval Principes, P dma brand, in,000 ' 'aba lero% lO.OOu Otrcini Regalias, 30,001 low pi ice **g r?, of virions bauds. G-^cers and hotel kee|H-rs ?upi?li?*<| on naso tble terms. All orders promptly aiten ed to by addrt ssiug "Hennquis, 51 William str*e'. ba-.em- nt." N. B?The above invoice n| srgars hue arrived |?\r barque Rapid, from Havana. nl9 2wee IVKMlT l ANCLS iO IRELAND, Be.,fcc.?ThosubscriIV bur contiuue* to transmit money, in sums large or small, o persons rui ding in any part of Ireland, iu the same manner is he, *ud his predecessor in business have done (or the last hirty years, and mure; also, to any part of Engluul or Scotand. Money re sitted bv letter (postpaid) rn the subscriber, or Personal !v deposited with, with the name of the person or persons u Ireland, Kuglaud or ScolUud, to whom it is to be sen*, and uraresi nost town, will be itnmtdiairly tMUUAitled and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that elTect given or forwarded to the sender. In like inain-r money win or claims on persons in any part of 'ruland, England or Scotland, can be collected bv the .ubicrioer, for person t reaidn k in any part ol the United States, or (Jan id.I. and will be pai I to thein accordingly. n 18 lro*r OEOKOfc. M BRIDE, Jr.. 82 Cellar ?t. LEECHES ! LEECHES! LEECHES I 09 000 LARGE HEALTHY SWEDISH LEECHES tdAiivV/u ?Juat received per bai k Kir lean Newtou, fioin Hamburg, for sale inane quaulity, at very iiioclaeble p ice* by (5. A k H. W1TTE, Importer.* Leechea. oil lm*?r 111 ?A Sliatn afreet, WEL. LI .Mi 1 O N A. UAK1 bK, Wine and Louuniaaiou Merchant, No. 5 Vew street, one door from Wail atreet, luauo hind, end it daily receiving, choice arrtelea, and offers the n at moderate 1 ricoa, for cadi or city accept inert. He oifera for aale ISO Midi and smaller packages "f Lomeline Madeira Wine 10 caika Milmsey Vintage, of 1812, 26 caika Port, pare juice, the beat iu the m irtet, 47 'Malta Brown, Gold and other anp?rior Sierriea, 21 c uka Heneaeey, buignette and Oltrd Biandy from Lon don U cka, lBpipea Holland Gin. part Swan brand. Ki fined Loaf, Lump, auil Crushed Sugars, from the beat Refincriea, for which W. A. Carter ia agent. 160 bnain. it Champagne, tuchor, and other choice branda. W. A. Carter ia alto general agent for the ancient house of Lomeline. of Madeira, aud t aker ordert for their celebrated Wliter, of everv age or quality required. MARBLE TILES. STEEL, rEPPKR, CLOVES, lie. 7000 Italian Marble Tilea, wlute and blue. 20 baga Suun itr 1 Pepper. 16 hogs real Bourbon Clove.. 60 krga imported White Lead in Oil. 26 boaet Milan Srerl in email but. Alto an assortment of Topu, Aqua Mariue, and other precious Sronee lor lewellrs*. ?U4 1m*? M IIHTARI) IACTOK7.?J COGSWELL lias removed a'A from 114 Allen to 127 Roosevelt atreet, secoud atory of I atore occupied bv Mr. W. PrruUss. coffee and spice dealer, where he is prepared to luiutsh the article at short notice and liberal credit, put up in any style. Hotels and Inailiea supplied with an elegant article. Also, country mustard. n2? Im* r D 0 C T O R K~L L~i O T T, OCULIST, AND OFTHALMIC SUIiGEON, Coufnies his Practice to DISEASES OF THE EYE. Office 261 Broadway, corner of Warren urn 1. 1.:! t,,ir " LSRANCIs'S I'ATENT LI h E HtiAT'' has ben. u ate J P the piat four yr?rs in actual aaavicg, and by eapcruuiut as follows Manned and thrown from the deck 01 a steamboat while undar way ; dropped endwise fro n the atern ol 11 71 ; loaded to the gunwale with iron and sluiire, with the bottom stove la ; turned by force upside down .uid resisting li'e efforts of li mea to keep tier to ; u.ucl by her iimriigers and rtceiviug iht in agaiu inside antl freeing herself frmu water ; bullion stove ill by lauding on a rocky shore anil tin n towed out to si a; landing in a surf, when all inner boats swamjied ; taking crew and |Msaenger* from a wreck in a storm at sea. with the how store la and plugs out; b ardour a wreck with the bolt.en broken open ; leaviuit a sinking wreck fall of |ieeeencers, with the sen breaking from end tu end ; making way across a coral rerf to a wreck slid bringing off *> passengers, leasing the ordinary boa i swamped ; thrown from the deck of* a sliip endwise end a ?vinn 22 persons ; sides and hows broktu through and bottom storo in and rowed in deep water, kc. and finally blown up by a submarine eiploeion, and then again manned and rowed as before. JOaKPH FRANUS Office No. 7 Wall St., at Adams gls'i Impress Office. n8 IKFKKKS0.NTN8UHA.NCIt COMPANY?No.,s7 Wall w eueet, coiner of Hanover Street. This Company con tinnes to insure against loss or damage by fire on buildings, goods, wsres, or inerclitiidixe generally; also, on vessels and cargoes ngainst loss 01 damage by inland navigation, on as favorable terms ss sny o her office. D1RKCTORS. Thorns s W Tliorne Klislia iiiggs Thomas T Woodruff Anson Baker Benjamin K Robson Martin Hoffman Johu K Davison Joseph Allen John H Lee Joseph Drake Fiancis I* Sage Hirnuel Umbo hill Thomson Price, James R Whiting Moses Tucker John P Moore John C Merritt Wm K Thorn Celeb C Tunis Janirs K Holmri THOMAS W. THORNB, PresidentGKO. T. HOPE. Serrelarv. stt It sw MkP r \ITATCHK8 LOWKR THAN EVER?TnToiu.<|oenT? * v of the reduction of duties by the late Uriff, the subscriber is selling his shirk of Gold aid -lilvri Levers, An-hor Kscapemrnt Lf[iue, and other Watches, ol new aud splendid nlttcnis, and Jewelry, a' retail, ar i considerable reduction from former prices, b> ing much low or than they can be bought for at any other place in the city. Gold W itches as low as .To to U dollars each. Watehra and Jewelry eichanged or bought. All Watches warranted to keep goo.I time or the money relumed. Watches and Clocks repaired in the best manner and warranted,ct much less than the usual pricea. G.C'. AI.LKN, Importer of Witches and Jewelry, n"? lm*r Wholesale and Retail, ? Wall St., np stairs. DHILA&ErPftlA DAGI/ERRK<TTITPE1?8TABLI8H? MENT, Kxcriange Hun line Nos. 2? an I 27.?Sidgle Portraits taken, from breaslpm site to ft inches in diameter. Fam ilv g oupa of from two Co 1} pet sons on one plate. Timgof sitting 10 seconds Lous ant y ou lund, and fir sale, l i.tiir-enls of the nine kind as used iu the es abjithmciit ; s'so p'irrs ami all other umarts. W. it F. LANGKNHKIM. nH lin'r JOSEPH McMtjKit \f7100 I'iuc street New Vuik, giv,s ' " drs'ts in sums to suit apiific nts, on the Provincial B ink ol Ireland, pa able at Cork, Limcnek, Clnnmel, Lnndonde-ry, sligo, Wetford, B lfast, Waterfurd^ Galwa^, Armagh, Atli Inue, (yoleraine, Miaeimy. onion, i i.uer. iuuiiimii, r/miikilli ii, Mnu-vglull, Buibridge, tJilI > meria.P.iraniiil.iwii.Do* 0iMtric*. Cavau, Lurgau, Omagh, Dungaiiuin, Buidou. koinia, Billyiliannon, MraDvue, DuugaiTan, Mallow, Moueymore, . Cootehill, Kilrnah. . ENGLAND. Spoon?r, Atwool k Co., B lOknt, Uoii.lon. nayablo in every | KIWI III (iroal Britain. P- VV. Bvrni'i, Ev| , Liverpool. City o| liiaigow Bank. Pavable in eTery town lu Scotland. AN NOMDEN'B WKlTl.vO AnD BOUK~KKLi' AC A lit .VI V ii n?* m*n, HI Broadway, 2nn tloor. lor ill* rt-Cei tion o pupil-, where all arquiic Van Noidru'a bcautifnl > item of .leuiimanehip in a very ihori lime, and write with ? ? < , grace ai d elegance. Mr. Van N.,rdeii ia now prepared to give inatrnetion in Book Keep-rig n|iou plana entire!, new aid elrtcllv ,-racti al. Daring oue inomh'a inatruetio" the papvla -emally n|Mta, balance ainl cloae, i r tclically, from 20 to tf) aet of hooka. Ttr-na very mo-'eiare. Honr* of instruction from 9 A. M. till 4 P. M , and from 6 ti 10 in the evening. i'ha l.adiaa moot drily at 1 P. M. ___ nt.y 1m*r PR IV AT hf( UK? ' 'pu Alil> will ir- ' tiM- riDtr Iron: the htk-h 01 si "ret iniiui* ? n. e. and d?i:( a prompt end i? r i merit ru.e. Dot) I OK JOKDA>'S APECIh'IC CUtJ R* E S-reconrnenlia It off. ten. The.. ixirk.tgei u? no n rent no. mi h, men ly not up to .. II? end ptodu ti?e only of diuppiiliiiDom?nut atond the te.t ol'?. veil year, i xtenaive an i snccr..'ul u.e No I, i. taprcially de>igii"d for the ti. attn nt iri.tug..? and No. J, i. guaranteed en re of Venerr.IUi.eue in every ew, Each package rontain. .very' medicine .nd renoieite, ad.n'rd U? the varied > and * accompanied hv Doctor Jordan'. pritaU IrtaUao, " The Monitor," wherein i. fall direction., with r plaiu dmrriptlon of the nature, ayinptorna, ron.equrnce.atnl treatment of .ecrect di?oJder?,athl much information of jjr ncral intrre.t. The |ivicn of each pack'ire it thrco dollar., inclnding the Monitor. 1 lie Monitor (alone) i. V) rent.; one dollar iioatpnid will ei .are it free. The packages will be forwarded to order .ecttrely packed. gold only at Drug kfrvre 60 I'nnce .treet, corner of Marlon, a'lre door. e??t of Nihlo'. Garden. Private entraneea and ofltr *. for convolution OT;, Mai ion,one J> ot below drmr .Me. Marion .tree t in a e niiit.uation ol Centre ?l. nl!6 lin'r U~ScuilKfcNT MO>El dircoantad uinwrateal JAMK< k CO., n?6lw*r 60 Wall street. |) lit 'K S 0 .NK-. tJ-.nk if L> .... B Ee*ii Cr n tty, and all other donbiful .ml broken bank note a wanted, for which the highrv, price, will he paid by JAMES It CO., 0x |w*r 60 Wall >tee?t. ?TRAW WRaTHNO PAPER?ft60 ream, atraw .,,jT ~ O for aale try PERUSE fc BROOKH, alike *1 Liberty auect. ERA] 842. Original Verses. Dear Father! "drink no more," I pray, It makes you look so tail; Come home mill "drink no more,'" I say, Twill make dear MotUei gin?l. ueai Kalliur think how sick you've been, What aches and pains you've hud ' Oh "drink no more,' unless you mean To drive dear Mother mad. Dear father think me not unkind Whon I entreat you so; Oh ! "drink no mora,"'and then jou'U find homo where'er you go. Dear Father ! think of mother's tears, flow oft and sad they flow I Oh "drink uo more," then will her tears No longer rack her so. Dear Father '. think what would become Of me, wore you to die; Without a lather,lrioud or home, Oh! what to do should 11 Dear Father ! do not turn away, Norfrom me think to roam, Oh ! "drink no more," by night or day: Ndw come?let us go home. Dear Father I "drink 110 more," I pray, It makes you look so sad; Come home, and "drink no more," I say, Twillinakotkat home so glad Thus spake in tenderness the child? The drunkard's heart was mov'd: He signed the pledge he wept ! lie smiled ! Au.l kissed the hoy he loved ! W. T. Albany. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Albany, Nov. 21,1842 Matter* iitui Tilings in Albany. dear sir? Amid the various items and interesting matter w ith which the columns ofyour inestimable journal aredatly embellished, will you permit the introduction of a few on diti, pencilling*, and chance notes, front this ancient and honorable city of morals, purity, science and intellectuality, in order that the brilliant halo of it* rising glory may the more eflectu ally illume every (lark section ot (his mundane ?,'here,and the extended universe (Bucks county included) be induced to bend in homage before the shrine ot its tiaascendant virtue, majesty, and hallowed greatness. Old Gotham is certainly a great city?an exceedingly great city?and must eventu. ally obtain that elevated position in human perfecta bihty, when she will be considered (like aunt (/Missy's cow) good as ever she was Within the confines ol this envied locution, the master sp.rit of old Schoharie's destiny is appointed, ere long, to squat his nether proportion - into the capacities ol the .State Gubernatorial chair, there to illustrate and chalk out the line of distinction betweeu the etlicacies of locol'ocoisin and the operations of coonery, according to his own profound estimate ol legislation, p >hcy, political ecouomy, string lu-ans, and pickled tripe. Tout " old wane horse," 111 honor of the event, has been caretully nicked and favored by an additional allowance oI three bare corn cobs, and a double gdl ot diluted snow, for three successive moutlis, Sundays included. Thurlow, chief tonsor of the Kinpire State, endures his deteat willi a most perfect nonchalance, and exhales tne fumes from his extended niue with ululosophic composure, while Irom ihe frontispiece of his pericranium may be observed his ptireuological buinp ol don't-care-a-daniuativeness, in the very act ol slicking out a feet. Three waited .Neddy snides and simpers 111 anticipation of treasury pap, but us he lias sucked the public teat for nearly sixteen years, it is supposed he must prove a " gone sucker" lor the luiureWe have Tophet and the Segnor lienry to pay at this time, between our sapient city legislators and and their democratic Mayor, (who luxuiiates under the euphonious appellation ol Black iluwk the Second,) relative to license monies received by him and not forked over, according to statute ui sucu case provided. .Much excitement prevails on tne subject, und at the last meeting ot our uncommon Common Council, the tu itter was relerred to a select committee, who have been since hatching, are now parturient, uud will give birth to their report oil Monday evcuingnext, ot which you will he uuty ' apprised. Another of the sage <lf/ue, an alderman ot the second wurd, following the footsteps of his illustrious chief, recently received one hundred dollars in trust from the lerry sujieriniendent, to be deposited iu the chamberiaiii'sollice as an instalment, but by some strange and unaccountable etiect of uiugnetic influence or other, the " siller" slipped into the uidernian's shot hug, en route thitherwards, and on the principle that" nil's fish that comes tot he net," still remains lliere, without any prospect of a future deliverance. Thus we go?thus we progress on the broad turnpike of moral glory. Another fanx pat, of different caste, is on the tapis, in which a celebrated saint and the chrrc amie ot a medicine man figure conspicuously. My next may reveal particulars of this interesting affair; but the fair one has (Virgcn/ at command, that will still a hurricane, orstop a whirlwind, whenever so required. Amusements are rife amongst us at the present time. J. B Rice, of Butldlo, opened the American, Inte Amphi. on Monday evening Inst, with Yankee Marble and a host of small fry. Attendance meagre, .11/1 nrnotutnld ,1 , ?; r. * I.I. .. few clam suckers, assisted by a whiskered fidler, Hilda rough and tumble pummeller of the pianoforte, are charming the canublcrs, liowsrnen, steersmen, drivers, forward cooks, and aft swiljers, at the museum saloon, for one shilling per heud. The exterior of thisestahlishment, if ornamented by two living non-descripta in fur ca|*, who emit " blasts from hell,"" making night hideous," through the ai>erture of a tin horn, and white oak clarionet, at three ?nd sixpence per week, with vocal interludes of "Valk kip, valk kup, jist going to beigin?all for the small charge ov von shilliix " Braham and his son Charles are concerfizing here with much success. Business of all kinds unusually dull. Prayers are offered by express every Sabbath, in all the churches,ehapels,meeting houses and synagogues, for better times. A respite is fully exacted before the Duke of Schoharie's inauguration ? It is now snowing vigorously, being its "first appearance this season." Weather cold?eyes blinking?chins shivering, Hnd noses blue. Our canal has suspended, and shut up shop, warning me to shut up this epistle. Have many more pickings up, which shall let fall in my next. 'Till when, Tom. Lord Moiimcth and the Amktrtcans.?The Sheffield (Eng.) Iris, says:? It is said that Lord Morpeth is preparing his observations on the Am ricans for the press. The opinions .f so distinguished n statesman, so honest a politician, and so good a man with regard to the Americans and their institutions, would be particularly useful at this per id. All classes of politicians would look with anxiety, and be prepared to receive with reverence, his lord*hips opinion with regard to the working of the ballot and "the man suffrage" in America?points that will inevitably be brought forward and discussed in the next sesnion of parliament. In reference to the work here spoken of, the Philadelphia North American rernarks? l-ord Morpeth's viaws on the institutions of the United Stales, will lie looked for with like anxiety here. Lord Morpeth is a liberal minded and philosophical statesman; one who will look upon this country as not folic lightly judged from a cursory examination of its evrry day incidents, hut as requiring for its appreciation a deep and studious observation. His book, we think, will afford a higher order of reading than most similar works by foreigners. It will rank with, if not take precedence of, the Rble effort* of De Torquevilje and Chevalier. Lord Morpeth, in the course of his visit, has taken more pains to identify hirnsell u itli the spirit of the peop'e whom Im wisned to study, than any of his countrymen, who have mostly spent a few leisure hours in elegnnt trifling in the saloons, or rapid travelling on the railroads of this country, and gone home flattering themselves they understood a people which embraces more variety of character, and that less upon the surface, than uny other people on the face of the earth. Lakh Erie.?The Sheriff yesterday went up on the beach, and took possession of the property wieeked In the cabin of the schooner Brandy wine was found the body of a passenger ; th" name on his linen is Otis Burton, Medina. The schr Marshal Ney, and all on board are reported to be safe at Conneaut ?flujfo/o Courier. Thk OovKRtioR Elect.?In answer to numerous inquiries when Col Boock will arrive in this city, we are authorised to ray th it every moment is occupied in the necessary preparations to enter upon he Executive duties on the 1st of January, and that his intention is to he in Allnny as early in Decern her as practicable, probably by the lfiih ?Argvi Fi-owha ? About h^ftet the Indians in Florida went in nt Turn, i Use leeentlv. and the balance hat* promiwd Gcufral Vurth sunvnrW shortly L It Price Two Cent*. The Colt Excitement.?We give the following from the I'lnladelph a Chronicle, lor the purpose ft showing the Mate of feeling in different parts of the country, relative to tins most extraordinary affair:? i'olt, tht muiut rcn?tin. Connect oi hii kiik.idi ani> NTMrtiHiikni.? 1 tic ci line una mat ul Juau C. Co it, Uic murderer 01 Adauik, together uritU uU the kubaequeut proceedings, both legal and illegal, IU ln? CaAti, down to tin; an I ill tragedy ul Kriday lani, i* the mo?t kingulitr ami appalling ca>c upon Un criminal recorda oi Amnion I litre u niucti muru beneath tin kurluceol it than i> geuciaily uudemood, tilerrloic wuhave been particular in puntikiiiug texcluaiveiy, in tins city ,) iiotouly Uie earlie?t but all tin: authenticated lucidetilk < onuected with ilia w (rule uiluir, truin tirnt to left, which we propose luiiowllig witli kuun; ninety kuggckliuuii to the Ulciida oi law, kuciai uidei, and itngiuii, into a u uul by the cakoitkell. i he lemeilkkUi the preaa Cannot now prejudice any judicial moveuiema lu bcnall ol a pi noun, ineieloiu we leel II ee to kpeah. oui mind W ithout auj uunuiiig, ui w e are cuuvniotd that the beat ul :uciely demand a l roe expression irom uiu enure prcaaui the country. Thai Colt uus the uiuiUerci 01 Au?iu. a.t ru is uo doubt, he uunuued it hiuiaell- i hut the crime cniuiuillad was really murder, ami not either luuiijioblt or rxcumbte homicide, w a nave never hesitated lu UuuiVr, upon lUe eviUencv udaticedui I ho trial, but ev eu hud our miud beeu uudeCldcd uj>oii tno subject, iho decision ol an impurual jury ol tw elve lUt'U, heloi w whuse minds all clicu instances wwu poinded thul could be li.uugtu to bear in lavorolllie priMiner, or 111 extenuation ot his guilt, and that to the very beat udvuiiiage by the eminent counsel lor the deleuce , w hiieuvuiy uoubl and discicpuuey that Could be imputed to the evidence lor the Mate, tv an used to lorlily the aide ot' uieicy?the ileciaiou ol the aw ot n and nnpai tial ministers 01 the law would nave been reCeiVod el piuol ol hunt. We conleinjildte him then ai a guilty niuii, w ith the oiiuie ol' murder if.-ung u)>oii hu head?a murder most boirible in its details, aria revolting to the leehugs ol u civilised being. htciy means uud device, judicial and exlrs-juuiclsl, wuich the learning and ingenuity ol cuunael, or lh? money and mtluencu ol Irteoua, counl bring lu bear iu hia lavur, waa hlleiiiylud lor Ilia release, i heao aboiUve ellulls we have beloretnuo commented upo. , and we coinu now to the dernier resorts ol tne Iriends and Sy mpathiseis of the ciinnual, wheu thay hud l.ial the judjcuny isim]ireguuble, the Governor uuawcrvediu his udhei?lice to the constitution and laws, und the law aliout to be vuidlcaled in the death ol the uuioituuate man. What are these resorts I hirst, to gel up a lalse sympathy and excitement in the public inu-d, tnul ibe dominion ol the law might ho siumouutcd by a mob, and the prisoner iescuod ! i lien, to bilbo the ullicci a ol the pr?sou to wink at hi* escape 1 Next, to deter the Sheriff by Ihieata lrum executing the lentance ol ihu law ! And, uany, to lumuh Hie puMiuer w ith the means ol seii-ccsii uciiou? which wa? the auccestlul one. And all this uuder a government ot laws '. Thank. Uod, lor iha honor ol our couutry and i.s institutions,and the aakeoi pecedeut,each ol the j lormc-r villainous odliages w tie liusiraled. A loiiuualo circumstance u ia, iurinmjiu come, uui uir ki| leutpied outrages upun law and justice?Upon tilts morals una lec-ling ul society, a* Well no upon the suncuiy ol tilluidii llle, were nut successful?luut the uuu ol justice wan uot pa*siud 111 this instance, and the purpetruioi ol crime no heinous, aud under circumstances thai cause a miili of horror to pass over I otu uiiuii uud body Ml their recital, is not p< rniiued 10 defy the law mid sunk abroad into the society ol luiioceul men. U wus said l>y the men Js of Colt thut the excitement was caused by the aversion ol the public liinid to capital punishlimit, and that il a nioli had rescued hioi >rum the gallows, it would have been lor this reason ouiy. 'there u uot u wol d ol tiutli in such a statement. It is liue that there exists a stioug prejudice iu lue public mind against lha puiiishmeiit ol death; but the class ol pat sous who mutt strongly onlciluiu that prejudice, ale rot they w ho would surruiiud the w uils ot a prison, or crowd into the prison yard u, on the occasion ol un execution, to mob thu civil uulhoriiies, delylheiuw, and rescue the pincner ; nor would they set un others to do it. No?the nidiviuuaia Who would euiharll in such an undertaking, are uot more opposed to capital punishment, tlnm they me to ail manner o> punishment lor crime, and they could be just as readily induced lu loscue a prisoner irom hard labor, or solitary coutiueuioht, aa Iroui the gallows, and, bad they succeeded Willi Colt, would hate heeu very likely to have tried the same game, at no distant peilod, Upon a mure high-Usuded scheme Wo cute not whether the law prescribes death, hard labor, or solitary couhuemeut a> u proper punishment ot murder, every good ciluen is bound by tne biguest obligations to stand lunh boldly upon the aide ol the civil authority lit carty nig it out. it the punishtnmt is olicnsive to the public liinid?let th m tepeal it, but to lui g as the law is tuete. it must beeu.oiced. Not only is it true that no culprit ' t'er felt the baiter draw With good opinion ol the law but it is iquaily trn that ins inline iate lriendl and sjrmp I th Her* all most generally imbued piwlty deeply with the same sentiment. Alter a pu oner has had the coiit.ilutioliat judicial advantage atlorded hiui io show his ionoI eence, aiid cannot do it, it the operation ol the penalty is to conform to the notions ot tba prisoner's friends?bo they few or many, or by whatever motiv.s actuated? laws would be only active upon the poor and friendless ; trials ol the influential and w ealthy be mure shams, and they utl'ordcd such facilities as would soou reduce society to n slate of anarchy. We say,then, that it is a fortunate circumstance that neither influence, importunity, excitement, threats, or bribes, were sufficient to rescue Colt Irom the custody of the authorities. We say this, not because ol any piedisposition in favor ol capital punishment; lor the transit of a human being from time into eternity under such circumstances. is nil awful thing to contemplate. But for I ik.. salt,.<>f ike constitution and laws, that the iudiciarv may he sustained in it* proper act*, the bdlance of Juitice he equally poised, that the law may in truth be a terror to evil iloer*,"and above ail that brute tyranny may ba rebuked. In the administration of justice, rich and poor, high and low,black and whit--, should fare alike. There should tic no exclusive privilege* tor one and not for the other. The stream* of justice taking rise at the fountain of eternal truth, wisdom, and equity, should be preserved as sacred ami inviolable us iheir source , and while it is true that with Him.from whom all justice emanates,there is no respect ol persons, the example should be most religiously adhered to at every bar, on every bench, and in every jury box in the land. If Colt eou'd have been cleared upon any technical grounds, even though his guilt were conclusive, we should not object, but that justice should bo brow-ticaten, importuned, or bribed into fellowship with crime, is too intolerable for nitferance. Literary Not Ice*. Christmas Presents.? We h ive received from Samuel Coleman, publisher of this city, the following beautiful little books, which are most admirably adapted as ^Christmas or New Year's presents to children.? 1.?The Little Kee|isake. 2 ?Useful Little Stories, 3 ?The Little (t ft. 4.? Poems lor Little Folks. 5 ?Sketches for my Children. All these are got up in a very handsome, and yet cheap style ; nod all who are about to make presents, had better call and purchase of Samuel Colman. We have also received of T. H. Carter, of Roston, the following, intended as iuvenile presents:? 1.?The Annualette. 2 ?St. Nicholas Annual 3.?The Youth's Iveejisake. These, like the above five, are all beautifully bound, and lull of i-Heresting mntter. Nabob at Home.?Hnrj>rr? Brolhtrt?This is a m?.?t inters.nriff work .mil cot uu in a stvle verv superior tn the trash'published hy the mammoth weekly pH|>ere. Kitiss K rttvoi.E's Book.?Cmrprrthtrait <J- Co , PhiOirirlphta ?This is another very interesting work for young people. The story about the Kltrick Shepherd's dog, is worth the price of the book. Our Mkss.?Carcii 4* Hart, have published 19,20, 21 and 22, of this valuable work. Wkstkrs B' mnkss Dirrctorv ?Doqifttt, 79 JVatnm Htrret?This is a very valuable w<irk, and is a complete busineasdirectory, nnd guide to 21 principal cities and towns, out west; also a map of three ol the great routes of travel. The price isonly 124 cents. Kkanrun Evan*. ? ICinrluUrr, 90 Ann *trt*1 ? Wc have not yet had time to read this new novel. F KfiM CaRAOCAS.? A CRI-SADK rRrACHKtl AO ATM ST thk UaiTKu !"*tatks ? \ letter from Caraccas tn a gentleman of this city, bearing date the 15tli of October says:? "Tne only news here is the arrival of a Bishop and an l-'nvov Ritrtnr liairv from H-tnla Anns, of Mexico, (o preach n mincfe against the United States, and to unite all the Sout/i American republics against brother Jonathan, who. he attempt" to prove, intends conquering all troin Mexicoto Chili, on the Pacific, a nl that the b.ittle must he fought in Mexico, by Santa Anna, a? the proper champ-on o! the Spanish race. He will not su-eerd h re He next proceeds to Bogota, and then through all these countries. "The Envoy is publishing articles in our weekly papers to mis.- public opinion in hm favor 'The Bishop calls himself Bishop of Yucatan, which hasseimrafrd from Mexico." Statu ErotsT.aTt'KK ? Under the amended Constitution, our State legislature meets on the first Pitesdsv of January in each year ; the next se? linn will consequently commence on Tuesday, January 3d. The United States Senator elect-on lakes place on Tup?dav following, January loth ? Prungplva* nian. Rhod* Islanp ?For the new Constitution 5113. Against it, 21 To admit blacks to vote, 3157; against, KKH Keturns not complete.

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