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

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 4, 1842 Page 1
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TH] Vol. VIII. ?. 3?s ?Whole ?. 31 HO. THE NEW YORK HERALD?dolly newspaper?publiihod every day of the year exoept Now Year'* doy and Fourth of July. Frica * Ct-nU per copy?or $7 'JO per annum? postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD ?publishedevery Saturday morning?price dj cent* per copy, or $3 13 per annum? post .get paid?cash in advance. I ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald i. ov-r THIRTY THOUSAND, and increaairg fyt. It ka% the I at text circuit ion of em naver in thii city, or the world, and ti i her elore, the beet channel for buetneee men in the city or country. Price* moderate?caih iu adTin Co. NEW YORK LANCET, published weekly, price 12$ centi per aiufle copy?8 centi by the quantity. The price of thia valuable periodical hu hitherto been too cheap, in companion to iti utility, intelligence, and workmanahip. It haa, therefore, been advance ! to $5 per annum for one year?$3 for a half year?or 12} centa per ingle copy?caah in advance, and poatagea paid. REVOLUTIONARY RELICS, or Lcttbbi addreaaed by diatingniahed men to Oeorge Clinton, formerly Governor of New York, during the revelation, and flrat pub. liahed by permiaaion of hia grandaon, Col. Beekman. A beautiful octavo edition in aumbera?price 13} canta each. THE ATHENEUM, a New Monthly Journal or American and Foreign Literature, Science, and the Vine Aiti?Each number adorned with a beautiful en graving?price only 12} centa each. PRINTING of all kiuda, oaecuted at the moat moderate pricea, and in the moat elegant atyle. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraiEToa or the Herald E*tabliihmert, Northweat cornet of Fulton and Naaaau atreeta. To Advwtlieri. For the information of buaineaa men and of the public gei-erally, and aa a guide in the aelection of the beet channel for advertiaing, we place before our reader* the following facta :? New Yore Herald ) Sun Orrice, N. Y.,) Orrica, Nov. 1, 1843. > Aug. 29, 1843. ) Meiiri. Periie A Brooei : Mr. H. V Butler :? gentlemen :? sir .? Please to deliver at the Please deliver at the Sun Herald Office, Ne w York Office, N. Y., fire hundred 750 reatna per week of the reame of paper per week, for mall aized paper 33 M33? aix month* Irom the 15tii of for the Daily Herald. October, 1842, to be of thia Also oo reams per week ol quality, sue ana weight, tns the large sized 32 X40 for the tame to be paid for in cash Weekly Herald,for one year every two weeks from this date, to be of quali- M. Y. BEACH, ty equal to this specimen? I accept the above order, Payments to be made tack and agree to furnish the pawetk in cash, in full for that per accordingly, week. r R V. iiUTLER. ffJAMES O. BENNETT. Aug. 81,1843 We accept the above or- Witness, M. S. Bkach derand will deliver it as directed. PER8?E It BROOKS, No. SI Liberty street (Witnesses By these documents it will be perceived that the ct'rcu lotion of (As New York Hbhald, it nearly double that oj the New York Sow, and that it is, consequently, so much the Dore an eligible channel for all kinds of advertising and business notices. Not a further word is necessary to satisfy the public. JAMES O. BENNETT Fatlaer Miller's Great Camp Meeting Is now published in a splendid EXTRA HERALD, in the quarto form, being a full account of each day's prooeedicga, for ten days, of the Second Adrent believers, in Newark, including their sermons, songs, prayers, Ac., together with the sayings of the Rev. Mr. Brownlee against them,; illustrated with . three beautiful engravings, a portrait of the Prophet, and several scenes on the camp ground. Price cents per copy?or 4 cents by wholesale. Newsboys look out. This brochure exhibits human nature in a new, racy and original shape, far superior to all the flimsy Actions of Bos It is fact, more wonderful than fancy. "(fRANClS'S PATENT LIKE BOAT* bas been usi? t the past four ye"is in actual scavtcE, and by tiwnura, as fallow* r-Msmel and thrown fro in the deck o: aslaamuyat while nadas way; dropped endwise fie<n the stern at i* loaded t? lha uuuwalr with iron and stones, with tne uouua love in i turned by lore# npaide down end resisting tha wmn of 16 men to beep her ao : Upset by her passengers and re.?. iag them attain maid rod freeing herself from water ; bottom (tore in by l-mdiug on a rocky shore and then rowed onl to arn laodi'K in n turf, when all other boats swamped ; taking crew and passengers from a wreck in a atorro at sea. with the bow atoee in awl idoga out; b aiding a wreck with the bottom btoken open ; leaking a unking wrack fnll of paaaeugeia, with the KI breaking from eud to end s making way aeroaa a coral reef to a wreck eud bnugiog ot H paoaengara, leaving the ordiuary boa aiwamprd ; thrown from the deck of a ship endwiae and earing <3 peraoua ; aidea and bowa broken through and bottom love in and rowed in deep water, lie. and finally blown up by a submarine exploaiou, and then again manned and rowed u before. JOSEPH h KANC1S Often No. T Wall H, at Adams i tlo '? Express Office. ml jr<l?Ni-OUNA?GUN S-Al auction price a?1M donble bar " rel docking gana, made expretaly for Sooth Side Long laland. IM Cocking Gana, assorted, 11 to 3 4 bote*, aasVt lengths, IN Single barrel gnua, common to line. 3W Rifles, from ? to SM each. 3Wd Paria piatola Oouaioiths and dealers in guns will find a* this depot every article wanted by the manufacturer or ap >rtaman, in any quantity desired, as follows?fan locks, rifle locks, barre. s, siniugs, cones, caps, wards, worm*, lips, ribs, trigger* furniture, fee. Also, horni and power-flasks, from 1 to IC ot: game bags, ahw bags, primers, wrenches, Ac. A. W. SPIr 8 It CO., 0*6 Im*r til Petri street. STOCK OK KAKTHEN WAKE, CHINA AND GLASS, For 8e|e, and Store to Let.?The present occopant hen g aboolleaving for the e>>uth, the eatire stock of new and elegant goods now in ths 8lor* IM Bowery, will be sold oa rea aooable terms. To any person wishing to embark in lite Et then W re bnaineaa, a good oppouonlty is now offered The store ia well fitted up, and is an no- llent stand for host near. Aoply on ti>* premises, or to JOHN C JACKSON,lit Water street,np aaira. n29 1 w * a? a -?rr-. , r. ?? r v irv oal<Ci. A SPLENDID OV8Tr:H SALOON, wilh bar, boxes ud t?b e?, two eutrsocra, b* iik <> > Ibe coiner, our door each street, orer each do-T illuminated with beautiful signs. The location it un?uri>a?-ed by any in ike city, and duiiu a rrr good and genteel business. The proprietors hay fitted up the above Saloon at great rx penae. being in their ike of bnaineaa, and now having it comrioted and established, offer u fur tale. Caah required Irom i'luC to SltOO tor the whole concern. Kor further particulars, address a note to SALOON, this office, with real uame, and wbeiean internew may be had. d? tf gc U. S. CITY DESPA TCH POST. Pt t?T OrriCfc, New York, Jlth July, IMS. HOURS of Delivery each day, (Sunday excepted) at the Li oer and Lower P<*l Ofi'i- ee:? Letters .* posited before Halt' aat t o'clock, AMI ? u .. I " P M Will be aent oat for deAt ell the Stations before litery at A M. and 1 T o clock, AM and 4 o'clock, P M. II ' " I I " FM : Let ten to be aent Free, moat liare "Free Stamp" affixed to | them, otherwise three ceota will be collected of the parry to whom the letter is address# i. No money matt be encloeed in I eft era nuleea re. istersd at t le I riuci(ial officer. Liata of the ttatuuia (at all of which "Iree stamps" may be pnrehaaed at SS.M per 100 and every inform\lion may be obtained on application at the upper or lower poet i fficea. Sumpe ieaned by the late CityDesintch Poet will be tec .ired It is indiai*-usable that the number of the residence ihoai 1 be tilled in ail letters setti through this Poet. . she Post Master solicits the earliest inioiinatioo ahonld any irregularities occar. JOHN LOKIML.i GRAHAM S I* ee I'oat Master. ARAFFIJE FOR POULTRY,?OEOROK FABLEt, No. MB Cherry iM>i,cg Mr of Market street, respectlul'y tntmaleato hiilntmh and the public. that he inuuds to raffle Poultry orsry Wrdoesday aud Saturday enpitiit. <12 3i# BO\BDINO?Thi onfnial Wajtn Home, M Pearl street. Franklin Hqiarr-kept by Jaa. Fowler, from London, k me land, permanent boe-drrs ?S,M per week, transient ?oar<l*ra SB eenu par day Families can be accommodated with priest* room, cm reasonable terms. Wines and .pirns, I cents per glass?home brew d ale 4 ctnls per pint?One Welsh rarebits 4 cents each?cold cats eqeslly cheap. N. B Hot coffee I cents per pine?stakes and mmlon chops can be had at all honrs. J. f. particnlarl v requests any one who is in want of a comfortable home to call and inspect his establishment, and jutlitt lor tliemselees. Persona travelling for England wonld find I' to their trie a utage to call. Thehooae being eoarenient to London and Liverpool shim, J betue appointed ageut, he can *ire s aaaene rs rrrry ml' omatniii. New York and Old Country p'pera taken in. ni im?r WWL FOR ttALR.?Toal saleable stand known as ihe Loan Island Hotel.situated in the to* n ot lalip, in t4?iXJ^folk county, L. I The honac it bnilt m modern style, auuoi the hot mnltiiila nul workmanship, wi h a from of ticlily'fel kit hen'Ocln-I d, two atppr a h gh. w i'Ii an atlir ; and l? raleulateilt.-at romaiodite4S hoarders.beai-esthe famili and n*ceas ry attendants, and is nir.oui.ded with all ihe net-rear r> ont-i uildinsa, fmit aorl omameiitral litns. ahrnbhery k , Tlehca'im of <lie prernir a is nuriyallrd, < ..mmniiinic a full view . f tin beech, t-e lighthouse .1 Fin Island, and the A'Uotic O esn. An optn sue, < Ironl > f the I onae, and lea'irw dirrctlv to ihe l-o , fu in lies a :eliihtln' ami plratant Walk of fWht or (<n mtnit>a. The L n* hUnd Rail Road jvo ra wuhiti ihmi I'u m ' ?of the |<r nuo, a il afforla ?n ra>yaud conveni*iit coinuionieatiou with the eitiia ol Mew Yoik aud Brooklyn. . N o i?rt i fL 'UK island affords greater larilitiea for fowling, nrbty orhmoa hah.a.', or the noble <|>oit of bark limiting. Deer Iniiuf ?rry aliui.dinr iu the vieiuity, ami are frequently lou ml on the preair-es. 'I'hereia a boat two band red aeiea ol Und, aud meaJow attached to the pteml-ts. aud a food proportion of it and or ah ie. Tltf hoate and necessary oat-baildings, would be ao'd with the whole, or a uartol ihr land, a* may heal mil the purrhaaar. The terma wi IV linaial. and the title nudiaputrd. Fn? a mora minute deaehp'ioo el the property, inquire of JAMth HOWE, 117 Kaat Broadway, or ol D. K. HALL, MIH Chatham treat, Nate York, or of the aobacriber on the lireniiara. WILLIAM HAWKINS. Dated, blip, Not. IIU. da tm*ec i E NE1 NE FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OE PACKETS M MM. MM. accoinirKMU^^^oT thi|?i*T?4 K to J*?P*:cb a ship from tin* port on tike lat, 5th, 10th, 15th, 10th, Mid J5ui of each mouth, com me no ug tin? 10th October ?uii coalino :nx until May, when regular du>? will be -tpiMMuted for the rey?*f* whrreby Cre?t delay* and diaappoiutmeiiU will he pre*eured during tl?e ^uramer tnon'hs. Tha following imp? will commence this arrangement r 5f'?P \AZOO, Canuiti Cornell. ?hfp OCONKE Cajiuin Jacluion. ?MP MISSISSIPPI Captaiu Billiard. Si1'1' k9yir? V CaiiUUU HuuL Mit|i 8H AKSPEAllfc, ( detain Miner. bhi|> OASTON. Captain Latham Ship HI MTSVILLE. Captain Mumford. Slop OCMULiiUE, Capum Ln?itt. Snip NASHVILLE, Cantain Diekinaon. Ship MEMPHIS. Cup!,un Kmn'ht Ship LOUISA, Captain Vlulford. Thru. slops were ull built iu the city of New York, etpiess for packets, sre of lighl dr*H of wster, hu?e recently Wen . tnfMffMM 'ii.l put in splendid order,with uccominoditiouI or passengers unequalled lor comfort. They sre commanded by experienced inaaters, who will mike every exertiau to Kiv< irnerxl satisfaction. 'Fhey will it ill times be towed up ami own the Mississippi by .iieamttoais. Neitlier the owuers 01 .captains of these ships will be rrtpousiole for jewelry, bullion, preciois stones, silver or plslrd ware, or for tuiy Utters, parcel or iwckafe veil 1 y j rpet -n board ol .hem. nnirss rvy-'ar Ml!s : f .idiuu are taken for the same \H (he value theieon expressed. V'sr freiiiht or passage, apply V.. K. COLLINS A CO., 'A Sonth St.. or HULLIN A WOODRUFF, Aitent in New Orleans, who wilj promptly forward all foods to their address. The ship* of this line are warranted to sail punctually as adrertised, aud (treat care will be takeu to have the foods correct y measured. mi NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS! r" silfrum New York on the Zbtli unl Liverpool ou the llth of tack man/A. Jjjy if fly ^Wlll NcwYdluT" Ship OARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 15th October. Shin ROSCIUS, Captain Jahu Collins, Jith NoveiuWr. Ship 8IODON8, Captain E. B. Cobb, filh December. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeysler, i&Ui January. From Liir.nrosL. Ship 8IDDON8, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyxter, 13th Novetn'r. Ship UARltlCK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 13th December. Ship ROSCIUS. Captain John Collins, I3lh Jauuary. These shins arc all ol the first class, upwards of lOUOtons. built in the city of New York, with inch improvements as combiue Cat speed with unusual comfort for passeufera. Every care been takeu in the arraiifemi-nt of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $100, for which ample stores w ill be provided. These ships are cjinimanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertiou to five general sauaAc:ion Neither the captain* or owner* of die stops will be responai>le for y letter*, parcel* or packages lent by them, ante** regular b 'Is of lading are signed therefor. For freight 01 passage, apply to E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South ?t., New York, or to WM. it JAS. &ROWN Ik CO., Liverpool. Letter* by the packets will be charged 12^ cent* per single sheet; 10 cent* per ounce, and newsiwiars 1 cent each. ol NEW FORK AVD .LIVERPOOL REGULAR COMMERCIAL LINE OF PACKETS. Sailing to and from Liverpool, Weekly. M M M Onn^TABLISHnrpASSAOEOFFICE, 61 SOUTH STREET. The lubscriber in announcing hi* arrangement* for the year 1842, ap|iear* befope hit friend* with sentiments ol sincere resKct for the able support he ha* received for many year* past.? e likewise wishes to call the attention of those iuteudiug to send for their friends residing in Eugland, Ireland, Scotland and Wales; that they can at all limes be accommodated by thi* line, by weekly opportunities from Liverpool, at well as by all the well known different lines of packet shins, sailing to and Irom Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 25 ih of each month throughout the year. It has always been the study of the subscricer to have the emigrants ?howu civility, and desiwlched without delay, and sbote who send for their friends may rest satisfied that every due anddiligeutatteution will be given by the Liverpool agents to those seut for,as well as all who may embark with them, and shouid any of those whose passage has been paid not emrark, the mouey will be refuuded without any charge. The subscribei feel* a pleasure in making known the different ships by,which his patseugers came out during the last year, which has givan general satisfaction, and that he nas considerauly extended and concluded his arrangement* for the year 1842s The following is a list of ships ;? 8hi|u Scotjand, Robinson. Ship* Alabamian, Lane. Fail field, Wilson. Printice, Hopkins. o..,..11 t a....... Knurl) Glover, Howe*. Wale*. Wall*. Hiberuia, Wilton. Weilche*ter, Kerri*. Alfred, Cheever. Osceola, Chilvl*. I lilton, liigersoll. 8u Cloud, tmruoa. Louisville, Allrn. K*"* York, Nivrn. Sobieskie, Emerson. Warsaw, Griffith*. Oswego, Wood. Ocean, Willard. Talbot, Storev. N. Hampshire. Harding. Pantile*, Uoudinauson. Robert Isaacs, T rue man. Virginia, Eaton. Europe, Balchetdor. 8. Jenkins, Seymour. A free passage frviu the different port*, of Ireland and Scot and, can al*o be secured, and draits furnished for any amount, payable at the Nalioual and Provincial Bank* of Ireland ami their respective branches, and alsoou M-asrs. J. It W. Robiuioii, Liverpool, which are paid free o^ any cltarge, tlixoughout he United Kiugdom. For farther particular! apply to JOHN HERD.V1AN, tl South street. or J. fc W. ROBINSON, 16 Ooree Piazzas,and al6 No. I Nepluue it.. Waterloo Dock Li*er|iool. OLD LINE LIVERPOOL i'ACKhTa. ^ a 4 THE ^R^lTnE ofPaSS? Lieerpo^v^^^reafter be f despatched in the following order, excepting that when the My of sailing fail* on Sunday, the ahip* will *ail on tlie succeedii4i day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA. (Juno 1 July 19 616 ton*. < Oct 1 Nor 19 D. U. Bailor, ( Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug 7 759 tou*, t Oct 19 Dec 7 B. L. Waile. (Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug 19 90 ton*. < Noe 1 Dec 19 J. Hatbboue, I March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, (July 19 Sept 7 (10 ton*. < No* 19 Jan 7 E. Q. Marshall f Mar 19 May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, (Aug 1 Sept 19 611 ton*. < Dec 1 Jan 19 A B. Lowber.f April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, (Aug 19 Oct 7 99* ton*. < Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B. Cropper./ April 19 Jan# 7 The CAMBRIDGE, Sept I Oct 17 UO tens, .Jen I Fell 17 W.CBarstow. May 1 Jane 19 The COLUMBL8, liSept 19 Nor 9 7M Km, . Jan 19 Mar 9 O. A. Cole. May 19 Jn)y T Punctuality, at regards the day of sailing, will be obaerred aa heretofore. The price of paaaage outward is now fixed at One Hundred Dollar#, for whicn ample atorea ofererv description w>ll lie provided, vvith the exception of winei and liqeors, winch will be tarnished by the steward*. GOODHUE fc CO , 61 South st., C. H. MARSHALL, M Burling-slip, N.Y. jeJ4 1 vh BARING BROTHERS ?c CcL LSpool. ^ "rfSk t^y rtfe. ^^WJlT8 FO^M^RSEl/^SPThe underm,utioued ships Kill be legularly dispatched Irum hence and Iroin Marseilles on the 1st of each month during the year, that? From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA, Can^rown, Not 1. Jan I H'RYTHOMPbOn, Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. Feb I COURIKR, Capt Duxan, Jan 1. Marl TRKHCOTT, Capt Lawrence, Feb 1. Aid 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adams, Mar 1. May 1 COKIOLANUS, Cap Haiie, Apl 1. Jan I They are all cnnperea and copper faateued,and hare excellent arenmmodations for piasengers. The price of cabin pataage will be $100, exclusive of Wines and liquors. Oood* addressed to BOYD k HINCKEN, the agents will be forwarded free of other charges thao these actually paid. For freight or passage apply to O. BROOM fc CO.. or to oMr BOYU fc HINCKEiV. Agents. FOR LONDON. LIVERPOOL. NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE. SAVANNAH, AND CHARLESTON. itflv rt%A lie r> galar pacaeu to sail for the aOoie mcuti .oid ports, are ihe following, ? t The seketship TORONTO, Captain Oriawold, will sail for LONDON, ou ihe mih December, her regn ar day. The jMcket ship EUROPE, Captain Fnrb. r, will tail for LIVERPOOL, on the 1st December, her regular day. The packet ship NEW YORK, Captain Neriu, will tail for MOBILE, to-moriow Th- packet brig WILSON FULLER, Captain Cobb, will sail fur SAVANNAH, tomorrow. The packet ship WAR AAW, Captain Hawktns, will sail for CHARLESTON, to-morrow. Persona bout to embark fur any of the above ports, will find the accommodation ol these packets rrtrv way desir ble, and the pi ice of passage it low, for which, arpty to W. fc J. T. TAPnCOTT, 4* Peck Slip, or dlr M Son Mi street, cor Joiies' lane. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN KOVAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS. Of M taoa and 44* horse power each. Under contract with the Lords of the Admiralty. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, Commander. CALEDONIA, E. O. Lott, 4a ACADIA. A. Kyrie do COLUMBIA. E. C. Miller, R N do Will tail from Bneton. via Halifax. rami Lixrarooi.. raoM tor. Britannia, Hewitt, Oct 4 Nov | Caledonia, Lott. Oct I? Nov It Acadia, Kyrn, Nov 4 Dec 1 Colombia, Miflrf, Nov It Dec 17 Britannia, Hrwili, Dec 4 Jan 1 Paaaaye Money?Krom Buatoo to Liverpool, $U'<? Boitoti o HaliUt $20. Th~?* it|.|n carry expenenced urgeoaa. No Berthi aecured until puad f. r. Not?.?Merchamlixe and Specie (except for per??nal ex jjenaet) .homed under 'he uxme of Imrvaxe will he charted aa relent, a ad liable ioOuxt"m H"iur Reynlnioni. Appli to ojy r i) BKiUHAM IK No. JW.IlHrt DON ??Kttfulai in* kel ??l ihc 10 h of BfWV Pwffwhtr?I'hr reir ftti|t*riov f?l Milmff |*ckrt JHaflfcahip TOKONT", Ct| U U iano:d. will i?..ili?eh ?'! above, her reuul.r day. ror uaaaaae iq c.bin, second cabin, am! steerage, having opeib accoinmodatioua, apply to Joseph McMiikka*\ . .... . . lib Pine >i., cor South. ,. The above will be ineceeded by the (.-.'krl amp We.tminsier, Cm.t Mooie, and tail on the aOth December. P.r.O". wi.hiug to tend lot th. ir fm ude can have thcrn brought out by either of the above .hips, or any of lb? regular peel eta, by .pply :mi ?e above ; if by Utter, .mat i-.nl dl c jSLrfO" HAVRE?To tail ..'i, ,,r before tin Ito mat ? att^A hTA a h,t'8A r .1 i.mailt or p .aaage, a, |.| y ti> d.a. . *"*0 * HINCKEN, -Jr ^4K ^ Tohhii# Hviiuinift llUb1 aptain Huhbanl. will tail aa ?l?oVa. i an nrrommodate eahia, aerond cabin end steerage panenKi at moderate ralea, il early application it made oa hoard hip. or to J6H.N HERD MAN, 11 Bowh at. d? ac W YO W YORK, SUNDAY MOH I SEW J ERSE Y~H AILRO AD ANITTRANSPORTATiON COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. &C^acD &&& zg^1 P?re rciUrrd to '43 rente. Krum >i>r loot ol Ceanlaudl atroel, Nrw York (Every day?Snn.iay un' r|itrd.) Leave. New Y?rt Leave. Newark VI 9 A. M. At i P. M. At 7* A. M. At IK P. M UK <io t do. 8 do. 3H *1? i\ do. 9 do. 6 do. |7 do. It II do ON SUNDAYS. Kioto the foot ol Conrtlaadt nrrrt. Leave New York, Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. and IK P. M. At l?P. M. and II P. M. MCW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave New York. Leave Elizabeth Town. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. 2 P. M 8k A.M. ifK " 1?K A. M. iff P. M. IK M. 3 P. M The tratuafor Weatfirld. Plain field. Bouudbrook, Soiuervilla, kc., connect with the 9 A M, 2 una 4)4 P M tr.iiua Irom New Yoik, daily, Sundaya eacepted. Fare bet wren New York and Elizabeth Town 29 centa Fare between do and Somerville. 7i ceuts. WW YORK. RAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Kan* reduced. I^rom the foot of Liberty street, daily. iir? iurK L>eave w? uruniwic* Ai 9 A. M. At IX A. VI. IX r. M. >? " <X " '?X " 9 P. M. Od Sundays 'l><* JH and 7>? A.M. 'rip* from New Brunswick mil 2X P- M. train from New York, arr milted. Kare between New York and New Brunawiek. 7} cenu. Rahway, 5t) ceuu The fair in the JX and 7X A. M. train from New Brunswick, and 2X and (\ ?. M. [rain from New York, haa been re duceu. New York and New Brunawiek, to M cent*. " and Railway to 37X " Passengers who procure tlieir tickets at the ticket olfice, re eive a ferry ticket gratis. Ticketa are received by the con lector only on the Jay when purchased. null 3m* WINTER AllR/ NUEMKNT! NEW YORE AND PHII.ADHLPHIA RAILIIOAD LINE DIRECT. Via Newark. New Brunawiek, Princeton, Trenton, Bordentown and Burlington. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New York, liom the foot of Liberty alreet, daily, at 9 AM and t\ P M. The momma Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden, (opposite Philadelphia) without change of cars Passengers will procure tneir ticketa at the office foot ol Liberty street, where a commodious steambo.t will be iu readineasa, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to citv, without being opened by the way. Kuril train is provided with a Ladies Car, in which are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for thy Ladies use. Returning, the lines le ive Philadelphia from the foist ol Cliestuut street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.and S o'clock, P M. The Lines for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, and l.F VI, being a coujuuatiou of the lines from New York. s2S Sin*r FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED l-OSTON Am., 9TON posed of the following superior steamers, running iu connection with the Sloiiiugton auli Pn vidence, and Boston and Providence Railroads? MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock. RHODE ISLAM),_Csptaiu Thayer. Uat><*iu Woolaey. MOHEOAN, Captain Vauderoilt. One of which will leave Nrw York daily, (Sundays ? eepted) from Pier No. 1, North River, Battery Place, at foot o'clock, P. M. Ahranoemckti. The RHODE ISLAND, oa Monday, Wedneeday and Friday, for atomiivlnu. IV MASSACHUSETTS, on Tueaday, Thuraday and Saturday, lor Stonnigton. Passengers ou the arriral of the (teamen at Stoma*ton, may take the Railroad Can and proceed immediately to Provi lence and Boston. Freight takeu at the following much reduced ratea To Boaton, on gooda weighing forty pounds or upwards to he cubic loot, at (1 50 |>ertou, and on measurement gooda 7 reuta |>er foot. To Providence, on measuremeut goods 5 cents tier cn&ie not, and specific articles aa tier tarif to be obtained at office tl Broadway myt1gm?r DAILY PACKAGE EXPRESS < AR FOR ALBANY, TROY, A>D BUFFALO. By the Hooaatouic"^^^^^^^S^j^^^^^^^^iIs City to Albany in Twe ?? H ur? Learea at 7 o'clock in the morning. The subscribers h.fe maae arraugcm nta with the Honsatoni Hail Road Company, to iuu an Eanrtaa Car (eictusively for our oar - panose) .laifv, or. r the r road with the MM|N trai", runuiug through 'o Alb my in twelve hours, cut are now prepared lo receive and h rward at low ratea, Specie . Bank Notes, Paakacea, Bales and C-ara of Goods, sic , for any of the above oam'd or iut rmedi ate places. Will attend promptly to the cof'.eciion and payment of bilta, notes, draft* and arcnuais. and such other business aa may be entrusted to ti eir care. dtr POMEROY fc CO * Wall erect. New York. NKw YORK A sD ilAKLiu vl RAIL ROaD COuPA.W. HBP D*c*mb"i5rh. 8ft, ?h?? ran will raoduly uJJ-owi >L?>?veCi'y Hall for L**fe H*r*ena Lem Willninj' Bridfa William*' Bridge, for City Hall. far Citv H til c*aAM o on A AA A AA A KM 9 " 10 0 " 10 81 " II JO " I I# P. M. 12 50 P. M. 3 P. M. J 10 " J 20 " 4 5 10 " J 20 " 5 30 Harlem only. t> 10 " City Ha'l and Twen y seventh street Line will mil at fo'lowi:?F'on 7 30 A M. every leu mount throughout the dav ci' I 7 P. M. Paasenarn for Wealeht iter. Throe'i Neck, Kastchrster. New Roche lie. M imaroneck, Home N ck. Noiln Ciuilr, R <b? bins'Mills and White lit' a, will take the 3 o'clo It, P M. trtin from City Hall. Passengers for Yonkeri will take the 9 o'cluck, A. M. and 4 o'clock, P, M. trims from City Hall, nhl Im'm PULLEN & COPP'S NEW vrnt'ALMAZv* TKOVANDMONTREAL EiPKEsa. Mea?r?. Harnden It Co. having disposed of their ron't from New York to Albany and Troy, the anbacriberi, ihe old coudnctnrs of Hainden k Co'a Northern Kinress, from New York, will continnc lo run aa heretofore Jeanne New York, Albany an I Troy, Daily , and connectatTrov with Jicoha' Montreal F.s press, and will forward Specie, Bank Notea, Pack tges Biiuillea.Caaei of Goods. Ac., to any place between New York and Montreal, and throUKhont the Canada'a. Alio East, froin Troy and Albany lo Boston, and West from Albany lo Boffilo. All business entruatrd to their charite will be promptly attended to. Particular attention wi'l be paid to the collection of notea, drafts, acceptances, kc , and prompt returns made for the same, PULLEN k COPr. Oftcei? Pollen k Copp, Wall street. New York. Thos. (lough, 15 Kicliangr, Albany. A G. Fiik'ii*. 321 Riser street, 'Troy. 8. Jacob's Escbange Conrr, 8t Paul st, Montreal. keferknckb. New York. Alrs.vv. Trot. Prime, Waid k King, E. J. Humi>hrey, Jno Payne, Jacob Little, k Co., Thos. Oough. P. Weils, John T. Smith, k Co.. 8. K. Slow, Pepoon k Hoffman, C. S Doa.'lass, Carpenter k Verm.lye, F. Leake Ilonvhton k Co. Drew, Robinson k Co. n34 lmr FARE REDUCED. PERSONS GOING SOUTH. , U f~ both the rotitri from Baiimore to Charleston, by the Chesapeake Bay, Portsmonili, Wrldon, Wilmington, N.C., ami thence to Charleston, to $2J. meala on the Bay boats included ; or via Washington city, Richmond, Petersburg, Wvldon, Wilmington, N. C... and thrnee to Charleston, to $22, meala extra?mi a inn the fare on both roniai the same Every eiertion ia made to keep the Railroads and Steamboats connecting three liura in good Older, and expedite travel, and make passeugeraaa comfortable aa |>oa ible. By thie route yon may be anro of reaching New Orleaua rom New York seven or eight days sooner than any other line, It an tipeuse not exceeding $72. E. B DUDLEY, nl7? President W <t R. H. R. Co. NEW YORK AND BOSTON RAIL ROAD LINE. Via Norwich sod Worckstfr Kiilr. sdj Composed of the following snporior steam" rs runomg in connection with the Norwickfc Worcester and Worcester It Bonton Rail K .a.'s? WORCESTER, ("apt. J H. Vanderbilt. NEW HAVEN, ( apt. J K.Dustsn. CLEOPATRA, Capt On and afts' Monday, Nov list,this line will be ran tri-weekly, leaving New York, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only, at 4 P.M. From Pe? k flip. East River. The new and splendid steambrvtNEW HAVEN, Captain t. K. Du.tan. will havesvery Tuesday, Tharsday and Saturday aftrruoon, ai 4 o'clock. Passengers tor Boaton will Ire forwarded immediately on the arrival of the ihove hoata at Norwich, and will proceed withonl change of cars or baggage. For further information, enquire at the oft on the whart, >n boi id the hoau, or to D. B. ALLF.N, K Per a slip, np stairs. All pertous are forbid trusting any out on account of the above boats or owners n2V itf'i:lii~aii ni'i i i-ii piiiM To i .a i-w fix 3* KILL, ail<1 i iter rdi <! landii.r*, without tow w' tTr' it tmi,r, c- R nilar <liv? from Cntukill, Mun itiivi, Wenii*e<ln\ ami hVidav*. Fioin Nf w ,Vwk( Ta*'iflay?, T>>U'mUw .iimI S.i'iinl.ivt.? I ?r. oor ftvUl CitUkill,50 centa. -B"*rih* 35tfiiu?rruU. The ni? and f m ?tc mfrWAVK, Cntuin V ntnl- r' 'ilt, will le: ?f Rbnivn ?? fi' r TlmroUy Nor. I7ili, nl h?* oYloc i. For fur'ht r |>nficiiUn iiuiuiri- "T thr ca tain on bnnid. Br running no thr daya'ab ?e i.?in?<l, there will b r ? daily rrun iiih nidation Mwn n C <t-k 111 iud New York (ind intermediate putfi i) for l"n ifM ?m>|imimr at nilttN pncra. nfr UA A \' I) VviNTKlt AUKAMiKMt>T?'1 hf llmlihi.il Rockland, will, *Z_ ou and iftrr M nda) , thf Jim ol October, ma ? lolluwa: having Middle town Point (tida and weather iier

nitiinf) at 9 o'clock, and Heri*?n at 10 o'clock, rvery Monday, Wednreiiay and Friday. Ramming. leave the loot ol Hnbin lonalreet. New York, every Turidav. Thurvday and Bainrday at It o'clock, noon, touching at Heguin'a Dock each way. Btagea will be ill rradiueaa to convey naaarngere to any part of the country. All baggage at the riak of the owien. oil 2m*ec i i i, i i i i ggggggg? JIK H INING, DECEMBER 4. 18 ... ICNGLJ8H SCHOOL. HAVANA. ISLAND Or CUBA. CHARLES DUNNE WATERLAND. PRINCIPAL. THl!i Am?1?i?t viuhlulird two years ago, under the peI tiouwe of the former lulrudrni ii? neral of the Inland, *nd other distinguished iudtt ideals of the nobility and m< rclianu of thiscitv. It I* conducted <?u the plan of (he Or mnn ' gvinna*is;"aud the method of tuition is the 4,iuterrogative.M All the scholars aoderxUii l th* English language, and iniuy of them s|?-*k it habitually and fluently The Princiiasl has ibv ettwr*. uce of schools in Fiance, U?*rinany, EogUiid, and tty- United Sutra H i cliiel aim Is to give the youth entrust'tl to his care 4 pnctica knowledge of those branches of a i*?li e tvWation, which are isquired in a/I active careers, and are aiifdicahle 10 any. The course of study, therefore, comprehends the English, French. Germ in and Spauuh 'ainruaget; History, Oeogrr# ,>hies. Natural Philosophy, the pract cal part of Mathematics, ana D nwiUtftol v rious kinds. Professors of divers nations and acquit emeuts reside in the establishment; ?ud all the classes receive, in rotatiou, instruction Such aigual success ha* attended thia plan of tuiiou, thai several of the pupils, undert rive yean of agrs, and apeak two foreign Inngu tges. in I perfectly iuteiligiole maimer, and those of riper yean, correctly and easily. The aequi itiou, uotoulyof the Spauish, but alio of other lauunagc*, ia thua placed withiu the reach of the youth of the Unitea S'alrs, without ita being urceaaary for thi m to reliuqu1 h the many advaotacea which accrue from anhmglish education The object of the I'riucipal ill deairing to reciive youths from the United States, ii to facilitate thr acquirement of the EugLsh accru' for hit Spanish pupils, which service would be doubly repaid them by by the latter, and to introduce here the manly spirit of the English schools. The young,citiacua of the Uui'.ed St ilea can nave nothing to fear from the climate, the house being spacious and airy, situated in a heat'hfnl spot, at a short dis ance ftomthe ity; and containing within IU limits, a fine bull and complete gymnasium lor the preservation ol the pupils' health. Two youths, lately arrived from Germany, have passed lliesutnm*r in the school in perfect health. As the principal is a married man, and his wife aud sister have charge of the junior department: children arc received at any age but test of infancy. Every pupil enjoys his religious opinions undisturbed. The terms are tfOO per anuum, payable three months in advance There are noei-rss eacept clothes od hooks References-MESSRS. CHArt. DRAKE Ik BROTHERS*. ALEXANDEu MORALES. ESQ., nil - ___ Havens. ^OTICE.?Whi-reu Samuel Ucvnhcimer, of Syraiuse, has Lv acted as the agent of 11. Bernheimer at Brothers, merchants in the cityof New York, iu the collecting of drbts at Syracuse, and in other business, all persoua aie hereby notified that his power as such agent has been revoked, aud all persona are hereby forbidden to transact any bttsitieaa with him as snch agent ; and whereas Samuel Beruheimer and Jacob Bloch, constituting the him of 8- Briuheimer It Co.. of Syracuse, have thin day assigned to H. Bcriitieiiner It Brothers, of New York, all the roods, debts and demands of every deseriptiuu; therefore, all peraoua arn hereby forbidden to pay any oebte to aaid 8. Bernheimer k Co. or either of aaid firm after this dale?and all payments of said demands may hereafter be inade to Herrman Beruneimer.Emaiiuel Bernheimer or Simon Brruheimer, being the firm of H Beinbeimer It Brothers, oue of whom will be found at Syracuse by any person wishing to make payments; and on whom <tli persons iud bled are requested to call immediately aim settle then accounts aud uotca. Dated Syracuse, N. Y , Nov, Sd. 1,41. 114 1,n"r_ _ H BEKNHEIMKH h BROTHERS. TOI'SE El' KM SHIM) WAHI'.HIillKk'-uniiiio - n HAUOHWOUT, Ml Broadway, Manufacturers, Agents I and Commission Merchants, ba?e just received and are uow opening * new and splendid assortment ol the fallowing arti rlea. rii Silvered, Gilt aod Broute Ga Chauduliers, 6 to JO lights. Do Caudle do 4 to 24 " Do Candle Bracket*, I to 5 " Do Gu Bracketa, t ?a 2 " Do Uas .viauu I Lights, I to 1 " Do Girauuoie*, I to I " Caiautebra*. iwn " Astra Lamps, tlall J amps and Lauteraa, Heading Lunpa kc. A new article ot Molar Lamp, a vtry supanoi article. Also, a uew article of Detleclcr lor improving the light of the old pattern of Astral Lamp. Alio a new atyle of Florentine Bronte, color irnn. >le. "Together with every variety of Lamp* and* idelien, for chorcaea, Italia aud public ouildiuita. Platkd Wane. Basket*, Castors, Traya,Toaat Racks, Candle lit. Napkin Kings, Butter Tubs, butter and Frail Knives, Suudeis aud Tr iya, Coffee and Tea llrua, lac. Fine Table Cutlery, iu aeltaand doieua; Ja|>auued Tea Tray*, in great rarity of i>atitma aud forma; hue cut glass Bawls, Pitchsrs, Tuinblers, Dithes, Goblets, Decanters, Water Bottle*. Sugars, Ac. fcc. W It H. beg respect lully to infoim their friends, customers, and ths public geeera.i y tnal their arntiiaemrula with the ma nufactur.-rsare aucht al they cae aell all articles in their line at rsmaikahly lowpri tea; and respectfully invite thein to call aud aee (heir show ro ma which alone ia sufficient te entnnen sate far the trouble t22 lm*r REMOVAL. PHILLLPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH ME NT, I, -erovved fvora 145 Broadway to No. T Aatnr Hnoae ECONOMY IN GENTLE MEN'S DRESS. Garment* of a moat Jrrsnt and Kastueuablc kind ei a saving of 60 per cent for cash. mi ii uuucumi) hi resort u uie nacsneyed systemi ol illviimi:a list of nominal prices, presuming ' h*t r.he lenyrh ol time he has bean established, together with the extensive patronage bestowed on nim, will piove sum ienr toucher for hn capabilities. Possessing the advantage ot being connected with an extensive cloth establishment in Eurrpe he confidently taieu that he can furnish clothes which, ou comiiariiou, will re iound lower than any other hemic making up the bell descriptions of grot It men's drua. I# 3m 3. PMIL.LU'3. a Attor House. Broadway GRAM I'E.?Th? Stateu liUnd Granite <Juirry tuair now in full oper?tion, will snpplv Orauite of any dimrniiona, either cut or rough. Building atonoi either fur block of rouble work, aahler, nils, and liu'eli, atepa and idatforma, will be delivered at dinnnl notice, Krnite lue lor ships, and shingle ballast or smaller itonei will be delivered on ooard any vessel in New York harbor at tne lowest rates. Vessels can load with great dispatch at the wharf on Auten Island, where 14 feet depth of water*is had. The milmad being in good order, the cars are laden and brought abreast ol' the shipping. No danger from ice daring the winter months, r or farther information apply to hnff fh Aidu&Kto, or to the Office of the Company, IM Pine at, cor of South, un stain oMr 8 E GLOVER. PrisirVeot pHEAP KA8HIO IABLE TAILORING, at IM Beeaman V street.?where does the mouey come from lliat sup|H>rts the expensive Tailoring Establiahm-nta scattered over the oily? Can it cotne from any place hat the pockets of their r us tome rs? At the above number it is (relieved gentle men can liud sn est i blishmeut conducted on tne ariictest principles of economy,and garments made in a ?t> le of elex.tncr and durability nniurpaascd bv any honse in the city. Tnrpriees charged are? far Ureas Coats, of the best West of JCugland Cloths. (14 te 2? Wool dyed Writ of Eugland Caaaimere pant* 5 to I Yeats of cashmt re, satin, silk or cloth, 2X to 6 Superfine Braver overcoat*. (4* style, far II to 24 Dress Coats made and trimmed, 7 to 9 Pants and Yeats, IU to 2 JOHN MOFFAT. nl im'r JOSEPH McMlIKHAY, tOO Pioe street, New York, gives " Drafts in sums to sail applies' rt, on the PROVINCIAL BANK (iF IRELAND, Payable at? Cork, Bainbridge Limeiick, Ballymena,' Clonmel, Par*outown, Londonderry, Downpatick, Sligo, Cavan, Wevtord, Lurgsn, Belfast, Omagh, Wa'erford, Dungannon, Gala way, Batiaon, Aruiagb, fKunis, Athlone, Bally ihannon, Coleraiue, 8 rauane, Kilkenny, Duugarvin, Billtua, Mallow, Ttalea, Moneymore, Youghal. Cootchiil, Kuniskilleii, Kilrush. Monaghtn, ENGLAND. Riuyhn*p A f wnail Jb P.n Rinliare I ./,n Jnn Payable iu every towa in Great Britain. P. W. Byrnes, Esquires, Liverpool. City ol ' it mow Bank. Payable in every town in Lcotland n23 lmr LONDON AND MANCHESTER INDIA RUBBER GOODS UTHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL, No. I Wall afreet. Th subscriber has received and otfers for sale a large assortment ol iimairled India Rubber Water Proof Goods, viz: Coals and Capes, of superior Lama, Cashrrere Lama, Persian, Menno and Cotton, of all colora and sitea. ''loth?India Rubber, Water Proof, saper Lama, Laiaa Peraian and Cotton, prepared for t ilora. India Robber Webbings lor suspenders, corsets, lie. s28?m*r ?HA?. AII RAH AM HON MARTIN'S CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. 1M William Street, Corner of Jinn Street, IS decidedly the cheapest in the city. There la always on hand aaelectatock of seasonable goods, purchased for cash, which will be made op to order in the style of make, fit, trim a, lie., that has given aach gcueial satisfaction daring the oar years, and at a positive saving of 30 per cent. Oenticmeuare requested to call and examine. Those whe farniah th>irown goods, can have them MADE AND TRIMMED. Dress Coala, made aud trimmed,' $7 00 t? SI it Frock Costa, do do I 00 to 0 M Pants aud Vests, I 7i to 2 00 Over Coats. a 00 to II P0 Ijy Terms?Cash on delivery. o!6 In'f Mil HAEL K MARTIN riiUfiHTKIAN ACADEMY.?The aubacriher would re Ls .ini tially inform UieLadiea and Gentlemen of New York tnd Brooklyn, that he has opened an Academy, (in thai laige ml com mm. ions building formerly known as the Equestrian Exchange or Cook's Ciicos, 401 Bowery, on Vauxhall Garden) for 'he instruction of ladies aud gentlemen in that healihlul ami necessary accomplishment, the act of horsemanship in all its branches. The Acaoemy is furnished with dressing and sitting rooms, *na every convenience lor u?e comfort Of pnpila, and lite *iric:e*l raeard to respectability will be adhere 1 to. i?e 0 nes made arrangements with Mr. W. J. Davis, ooc of the oldest professors from Europe to take charge of ih# same, and Hatters himself thai the enterprise will meet with the ap(irobauon and enco-uragomeril ef 4 liberal public. Terms and particulars may be ascertained on application as above. The omnibus and n pnss every five inirmf* during the day ot> 3m * re W 6 DlftBHOW. Proprietor. ELKCTKO MAGNETIC PLATED foi rhenoiatisins, ner* vnu? rtlfr ci i-ms, , piejMred under ih?- dliecilon of M. Lsm^uroui, apotliec ?r\ in Paris ?eueial <.root ta New York, 85 Er tukllu * ree*,?t M. NmusrdV Price i> V?. Infallible car* for th?* most argi.c u.d inveterate pain, such is iciti tpd clirooie rkrasiginw, the lutlf uenra gj,< lain tit dolor* 111. d.mae de amuf Guy, chills, megrim, tunp* ui ih limt'h, and,*hovtty,fV?r all nerve us affectum*, 4 hi?-H . disease* of woinn "n'l voting girls, ss green ?ickne**, ameuorrhes. suji? l.res n?o., \ i cm, iter*on* -liarlu. lie. nl* lm#r rllLADELPHTA DAOl ERKE??TYPE ESTABLISHME N J , r.tQ im ?i tiuu Hug Not. 26 mi' 27.?Bidgl* Pur* ir iiu taken, from br* 4*1 pin *iae to 8 inches in di.niiefrr. Earn 11 y gf .npsol fi on two to 15 i>ertM/us <?u ou?- plate Time of sitling 10 seconds Cons ant v ?n hand, and fur safe, fustnt enta of the same kind as used in the ?? aOliMirm nf : a'su plait * aud II oilier tensile. W h f. LAMIKNUKIM nio Im?r PREMIUM HOSE KOR CROTON WA1 EH ?Mailt Iron cotui, cot- red With duck, briua P"l>?r?d iu out uwo anpcrior uiannrr, with I ?lm Huhbarj it pnifectl) w.ki tigi.tu.nlcr ih gnat t>r?MWi?; ia cl.ar, aud la th a brat India Hul.brI H >ae rxUkt. Alao forialr, ihe u.wly invented Hemp Hoa*. on account of and at tha mauafactnrti'a Inweat prieaa, in quantilim to auit. HORACE H. DAY, Aacceaaor to Roabnry India KnbOor Company, 11 cod *r 41 Mniilra Lane ERA] 42. A Pardon in Poktr*.?Bryant, the poet of the "Post," lias writteuand published the following poetic version of Governor Seward's late pardon Pretty lair. Kcho.?To a l?t? Pardon. When-ai, there's a stesmboat cum* up to Ai hany, Loaded lull with Webb's pardon tor dual petition, And, whercss, the names ol i he signers are many, And diverse ill party, degree, and condition , There are lo"ais 01 frolic, auu loversot order, i'he wise, good and aortny, tne wicked and raw, There are Jury an I liar, an I consistent Recorder, Who condemns in one sentence the culprit aud law ? And whereas, 'lisset forth in this declaration i'hat Webb bad no stomach to tigut his late duel, And seeing he sinned on reverse ol (empta ion. It is urged thst to punish hnn now would be cruel , Aud whereas, with a tiagedy air ol defiance, He has met his indictment and owned it was trus, miiiufini/ Hills a nruuMWiirthv u?wll i?#.?itn.l^l On us and our views?which be guessed at, or knew, And whereas?which some think au extenuation, Though others, perhaps, may treat this as a whim, Though the challenge w as given on hla provocation. Yet it was not (how could it be T) given by him? And whereas, we make uo attempt lu catch Marshall, Knowing well that Whig members are slippery stuff", And to punish the one we have caught would be partial, AndbraiJes he's already been puuishad enough , And wueruas, the combat was to iu.ig.-d bunauely, And both ol the men were more frightened than hurt, And were vastly leas pleased, were tnetr thoughts uttered plaialy, To bespatter each other with powder than dirt? And whereas, three pardons have stayed the intlic<ion Heretolore which our laws to this practice adjudge, Yet the practice continues, which proves to conviction That the laws iu the Governor's bauds are all luoge , Now, iheretore, we pardon hnn lie-ly and luliy, But we charge hun hencelurth, till to Texas he goes, To abstain Irom the airs (the braggart and bully, Aud to let himself rather tie pulled by the nose? Let hun keep out of d-uiger herealtur forever, That courage -so hard to screw up?let it lall j Let hun shave off bis whiskers aud never, oh never, Discourse in his paper ot powder and ball. Reinstated in rights and in honor renewed, (And a whitewashing truly was greatly required,) Let him meditate olien in calm solitude, Of the soldier of warlike alarms that was tired ; Premising thus much, and presuming his duty l Will walk in the steps ot this fatherly charge, i We declare him a gentleman, scholar, aud beauty, , And we sei hun heteby Iruin his prison at laige I Santa Croce. Not chiefly for thy storied towers and halls, For the bright woudersol thy pictured wain ; That crown thy hilli, and teem 011 Arno's side; Unit thou delight me, Kiorriice ! I can meet Elsewhere with hall* us rich and valei as tweet , I prize thy charms of nature and of art, But yield them uot the homage of my heart. Rather to Santa Croc el or, To breathe her pe i . fill . imeutal air t The age, the dee.l<, tin n sto explore Ol thsae, wh fin nth h> . marble lloor , ? The stern I tr of tneearly time, Themercli Is ol I iom's stormy prime i? 1 And each i;reat name, n. try after age, Tne praised, the wise t artist, bard and sage. 1 1 feel their awful pretence ; lo, thy bust, , I by urn, Oh 1 D into, not alas thy dust. Flor, nee, that I ove the living trom her gate, ' Want for the' US', in vain, and long (hall wait 1 Ravenna! k the glorious Utile'*trust, l Andu n >eless tactions to be just, t Whilt iiotsph. who bear* hi* name, I Procl his o?hi* country 'a shaina. Nex though cold a* thine, Moulder* lortal ihrine, Ob! Mich.t i *i still and herd. Speak to me, wider; Sculptor, Bard! i And shall those cunning lingers, still'an I col l, l Crumble to meaner earth than they did mould 1 , Art thou, who form and 1 tree to clay could'st glee, Aud leach the quarried ad imant to live, Hid?in the vaultings ofthy mighty dome, PontiActai, outvie im|>enai Rome, Portray unshrinking, to the nuzzled eye, Creation, Judgment, Time, Eternity, Art thou so low, and in this ua~row cell, I Doth that Tilauic genius stoop to dwell ; I And, while thine arches brave the upper slcy, Art thou conteut in these dark caves to lie 1 And thou illustiiou* sage ; thine eye la closed, To which tli'ir secret pains now stars exposed. Haply thy spirit, in some higher sphere. Soar* with the motion', which it measured here. < (Suit he thy 'lumber*, Seer, tor thank* to thee, j I he earth now turns, without u heresy Dost thou, whose keen perception pierced the cauao I Whicii nitre* the peutlulutn its myaiic law, Now trace each orb, with telescopic e> e?, < Au I solve the e'erual clock-work ol the ikie* , While thy worn lrame enjoy it* long repose, 1 And Santa Croce heals A celt i'* woe* 1 I Nor them alone on her maternal breast Here Machiavelli'* tortured limbs have reit. Oh that the could upon hit tortured fame. Might pass away, and leave an honest name. The power ol princes 'er thy limbs is staid, But thine own " Princethat d irk spot ne'er shall fade. Peaceto thine ashes ;?who van have the heart Above thy grave, to play the consort part. 1 read the statesman . fortune in thy doom? Toil, greatness, woe ;?a late and ly ing tomb : Aspiring aims by grovelling arts pursued, Faction and self baptised the public good, A lite traduced?a statue crowned with bays, And starving service paid with funeral praise. Here too, at length, the indomitable will And Aery pulse ot Asti's bard are still. And she?the Stuart'* widow?rears thy stone, Seeks the next aisle, and drops beneath her own. The great, the prou I, the fair?alike they tall; Thy sickle, SantaCroce, reapcth all ! Yes, reapeth all, or else had spared the bloom Of that fair bud, now closed in yonder tomb. M -tek, gentle, pure ; and vet to him allied. Who smote the astonished nations in his pride: 14 Worthy his nume," to taith the sculptured line? Waster ol man, would he were worthy thine ! Hflita va( iinnamful fKorthtfiiPo Kti 1/nnttn ? f - What throngs would rise, could each hit marble heave! But we who muse above the famous dead, Shall soon be silent, as the dust we tread. But not lor me, when 1 shall fall asleep, Shall Santa Croce's lamps their vigils keep. Beyond the main, in Auburn's quiet shade, With those I love 1 and love my couch be made Spring's pendant hranchea o'er the hillock wave, And morning's dew-drops glisten on my grave ; While Heaven's great arch shall rise above my bed, When Santa Croce's crumbles on her dead ; Unknown to erring or to suffering fame, So 1 may leave a pure, though humble name. ________________ i The Autumn Evening. Behold the western evening light, It melts in deeper gloom ; So calm the righteous sink away, Do cending to the tomb. The winds breathe low?the yellow leaf Scarce whispers from the tree ! So gentle flows the parting breath When good men cease to be. How beautiful, on ail the hills, The crimson lijiht is shed ; Tis like the peace the dying (fives To mourners round his bed. How mildly on tho wandering cloud The sunset beam is cast ; So sweet the memory left behind, When loved ones breathe their last. And lo ! above the dews of night, * The vesper star appears ! t So faith lights up the mourner's heart, Whose eyes we dim with tear*. t Niuht rails, hat soon the morning light ][ I s glories shall restore ; And thue the eyes that sleep in death, Shall wake to close no more. h __________ g S?'??. O, why should woman ever love, ? Throwing her chanceawev, ? Her lift e chance ?f summer shine y Upon a rainbow ray : Look hack on each old history, Each fresh remembered tale ; They'll tell how often love has made The cheek ef woman pale; Her unrequitwl love, a Aower r Dying lor air and I'fht i *J Her love betrayed another flower " Withering before aUigut. J Look on her hour of solitude, J H >w manv hit er cares a Bene the smile with which the lip , Would sun the wound it be.ira. Heart-sicknsss, fsHisft tortured, torn, A sky ol storm above, \ A psth ot thorns?these are lore's giftsAu, why m J?t woman love I ' Tile Maiden's ( onfi sslon, Twa? in e starry ni?hl ?f June, Ami Zephyr stinft 'he leave* among, A tender and ? tom-hine tune A? e*rr yet X 'Han run*, And 'h<T?' a m (.'* , ? ?tlied nor love Korth in eoul "dtiduing artng. v. Whm aomenie twllow'd I mm above? ' " O, Imkt ya?r tt'we, Nwi Lucy Ism* , The Chili In the Cradle I Within that narrow twd, glad babe, to the* J<A honndleu world it upland ' ',j Until thy aoul, the boundleaa world ?hnli ha, ^ When man, a narrow had I jD. Prlc* Two C??ti, Capitol PaiiUbiaent, Ma Editoe? A correspondent of the " Tribune," under the sic* nature ot Justice, very properly remarks that wnn those whooelieve in higher authority than merely puUtic opiuiou, the question ou capital punishment tor murder should be simply this : Is it a Divine law or comiu tin! J To those, then, who entertain no doubts as to tha t ut 11 ol Itevelalioii, a sluitle answer 10 tinsquestion will be sutlicirnt 10 eliow, iis well the justice as ihe iuilis,ie.usible obltqa 10 i ot our observance of lilts law Now, we lind altioug others, tu the Sacred Volume, tile loiiowiug pnsritge :?" Whoso rheUiltlh man's blood by iiiau shall his blood be shed " In this significant senteuce is ori< fly contained bcth the apecihcaiiou of the crime ami the penalty annexed t > ii, by the express appointment or coinmaud of UUU. vv llll Mils virw, llierelore, the correspondent above relerr d to very juntly aud enipliati. ally concludes as follows :?that " tli' Te is no other puntshinent which can, wtih the sanction of the Bible, be inflicted upon the wilful murderer, but? Dkaih " mid now, Mr- Editor, what are the replies * Inch, we hear toihe above statement ? In the fiist place, then, some who profess to doubt not in the luspired train ot the sacred recoid, very gravely inform us that the above united coiiimaud is ubolirhed by the new dispensation, an J tliat it is therefore, direct rebelli, 11 in man to execute a law who h his Maker lluA annulled. As the number, however, ot such are comparatively small, aud us the staienient iu itsell is so obviously weak and absurd, we iluuk it quite undeserving of a serious answer. Hut the replies o| the editor ot the " Tribune," although no less absurd, are too amusing to he passed over in silence. He, it seems, adiniu that the above sentence is not abolihsed, but that it is by no means a command to man, in any sense whatever Since, then, it is not according to hiin, a divine " command," it is, he lusiots, nevertheless, a divine " appointment;" thus making the merits of the question consist ina lancied dtflerenee ot lux own between the mere signification of the two above named words. The appointment, then, he explains by quoting another passage us follows : "lie that killeth by iho sword shall be killed by the sword." This, he says, evidrutlv shows that man is not required to kill the murderer, " because a just retribution is the unerring law ot God,who tumself takes care ot its execution." 11 s argument, theiefore, in the case of Colt most mean, it tt means any thing,?thet, since he was not execu ed according to the law ol man, God hunselt took c ire ol ins execution by " an untailing order ot his providence," or, in other words, according to his own law in another way. Again, he says, that it' the government is to take upon itse t the du y of executing one law ot God as such it necessarily follows,according to his (the editor's) judgment,lual it must do so with all :he rest of God's laws! "Under these circumstances," he adds, "we should have more than a union," that is, as he d-tinea it, " a periect consolidation of church and slate!" Agaiu, he says, " We accept and insist on the coiiiiuaitd : 'Thou shalt.uot lull,'"?as it reads, and without qualification. His own inierence, therelore, is that governments or states are, by this very command ol itselt, expressly lorbidden to put the murderer to death ! ! but while he admits, nay innate that this is a divine c, mound to man, the utiier seuleuce referred to is only a divine appointment, and, moreover, one with winch man has nothing to do ! While some, therefore, plead against capital punishments on the ground that tnis law ol God is abolished, others agaiu, us appears in the above case, conteud lllat the same law. so tar troui its beinir abolished, expressly lorbids us to punish the mutderer by death?sinse, without qualification, it reads '* Thou shall not kill!" ilia conclusion of the whole matter is, that, as ha cauuot make room for long Jiscuasions on qurstious 'so ab tract," he leaves his readers, as he says, "to till up the outline"?ami winch, we doubt not, ihey wilt readily do, with iheir own amusing comments. PuilA) JuSllTlA. C. 8. District Court. iielore Judge Belts. Die. 3.?Dcciginnt?Jimtn y \ Lttdt? In this CMS Certifl:at?s oi discharge had been given to bankrupts, sub s notion was made to vacate the same for irregularity I'lie Judge Jeci.led that there were two grounds ol objecsous made by the creditors. 1st. That thedecri us were taken byMefault, in vio'ation if an agreement made between the counsel of both parties. 31. That the order ol discharge was irregular, not being >uch an order as the bankrupts were entitled to by default. As the Brit point became unnecessary to the final decision of the motion, the Judge iutimated tbut all agreements between parties, attornles or Counsel, ought 10 be reduced to writing, ant that he would not undertake to decide in lavor of auy verbal agreement, particularly if the same was objected 10 by the party against which such an agreement is sought to be enlorced. In this case the agreement was merely verbal, and neither ihe bankrupts nor their counsel wks aiirsil the decree, knew of the same, and tbey were not to blame in urging on their cause to a speedy conc.usion. A* to the 4?) point, the Court deotded that where exception* are fllod to objection*, on the ground of their insufSciency in point of form, that the allowance ol inch exception* did not necessarily di-miu the objection*. In hi* ca*e objection* bad been filed to a discharge. Excep.ion* were filed to such objection*, and the same were ;>iaced on the argument calendar. When the oau-e waa :alled, a default wa* taken agaiuat the creditor*. An oriar wa* thereupon entered, allowing exception*, orarruing objection*, and decreeing a discharge and cartificate. rtiii order tna Judge decided to be impro|ier, and the *ame was ?et aaide, and the certificate* vacated and ordered to *>e returned to the clerk'* office. The court waa of the ipinion th it there wa* no imprope" conduct on the part <1 tne parti. *, their counsel or any officer ol the court. Die 3 ? In the malter of Barney Cone.? In till* case thi* pue.tion wa* whether, alter the creditor* had filed their ihjections, ami the case had been aulimitted to the decmon >f a jury, the party can take the caac from the jury and :omc back again to tbe Judge. We are clearly of opinion hat it cannot be done. He inuit be limited to the trial which he elect*?whether by jur\ or by the Court The jarty, therefore, cannot revoke their decision. We lay it town a* a rule *k> n a party electa to be tried by a jury, ifter objection* have been filed, they muit abide by It We therefore iliimi** the motion. V' 8. Circuit Court. Before Judge Thompson. Dec. 8.? R. Taylor, Little Co. v*. Samuel Swartwout ?In eonfinuafton?There are two points of law raited in thi* case?First, whether in the absence of any written protest (which war not given bv plaintiff*) against payment of duties, parole notice or objection* to payment ire sufficient. And second, whether or not there must wa specific objection in the case of each importation, or whether a general notice be *ufficient. The wilnesseson he part of the plaiatiff* established that "silk twist," waa mown amongst* merchant* as different article from 'sewing silk" under which the Custom House had classed t. The Dlrtrict Attorney of the United States also claimed thet after the decision in the caseof Elliott vs Hwart?out, decided by the Supreme Court at Washington in IS3B, the Custom House bad established a general rule hat all protests must be in writing, and that as the plain rta ha l not complied with this regulation, they could not ecorer upon the goods entered alter that time, and which 'mhraced about 3s Od of the plaintiffs, claim. Witness a were then examined as to whether such regulation had >een made during the administration of Mr. bwartwout ? Jut Counsel for the plaintiff contended that the evidence was not sufficient to show that any such rule had been nade, which question was left to thejury under charge of he Judge. Bianckard'i Gun Stock Turning Factory, vs. Silmo Da is.?Action for violsuon ol Blanchsri't patent machine or turning irregular forms, shoe lasts, fcc. The violation onsisti d in making shoe lasts It appeared that tha paent had been renewed by special acts of Congress, passed n ls84 and in ltU9, and that the invention is the same used iy the Unite ! State* at their armories lor turning gun locks. The plaintiffs claimed damages lor wak-ng and eliing'J40")shoe lasts. There was some doubt from the vidence whether as many as that number had been ma la nd sold. Judge Thompson charged that the plantifft rere entitled to recover the profit made en tb? tales, or rhicb might have been made, a? damages. For plaintiffs, 8. P Staples and O. C. Ooddard. For defendant, William M. Prioe. Bankrupt List. 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