Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 7, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 7, 1842 Page 1
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T H ] Vol. VIII.?Ho.341 ?Wholo .SIM To lite Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD-daily newipaper?published every day ol the year except New Year** day and Fourth or July. Price a cents per copy?or >7 M per annum-postages paid?caah in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday mornisr?nrice SI cent! uer cot. v. or $3 U per annum pottage* paid?cub in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that th* circulation of thrfHerald it over THIRTT THOUSAND, and increasing flit. It K*t Ike Large it circulation oj any paper in this city, or the world, and ,i tkort/ore, the belt cKannol for buoinctt men in the city or country. Price* moderate?cash in advance. NEW TORE LANCET, publiahed weakly, price Li} cents per tingle copy? cent* by the quantity. The price of this valuable periodical hat hitherto been too cheap, in comparison to its utility, intelligence, and workmanship. It hu, therefore, been advance 1 to per annum for one year?$3 lor a half year?or 12} cents per single copy?cub in advance, and postages paid. RE VOLUTION ART RELICS, or Letters addressed by distinguished men to Oeorge Clinton, formerly Governor of New York, during the revolution, and first pub. lithed by permission of his grandson, Col. Bee km an. A beautiful octavo edition in numbers?price 11} cant* each. THE ATHENEUM, a New Monthly Joubnal or Ankbican and Fobeion Litebatube, Science, and the Fine Abtb? Each number adorned with a beautiful en graving?price only 12} cent! each. PRINTING of all kindi, executed at the moit moderate prices, and in the mostolegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraiEToa or the Hebald Eitailiihbekt, Northweat cornet of Fulton and Naaaau Btraeta. To AdvtrtiMri, For the^infermation of buaineu men and of the public generally, and ax a guide in the selection of the best channel for advertising, we place before oar reader* the /Allowing (act* New Yoaa Hkxald ) 8cn Orricr, N. Y., \ Ornc*. Nov. 1, IH42. J Aug.'.19,1843. \ Messrs- Pa.**** 9- Baooat: Mr. H.V Butler:? tiewn.Kk'*"''':? Ci? ? Please to deliver at the Please deliver at the Sun Herald Othee, n" York Oltice, N. Y., five hundred 730 reaui* per peek of th e reane of paper per week, for small sired paper 23X33? six month* irom the IStli of for the Daily HeraW- October, 1943, to he of this Also 90 reams per week of quality, size and weight, the the laige sized 32 X49 for the same to be paid for in cash Weekly Herald,for one year every two week*, irom this date, to be of quali- M. Y. BEACH, ty equal to this specimen? I accept the above order, nyments to be made each and agree to furnish the pasortie in cash, in full fer that per accordingly. Vreek. H. V. tfUTLER. THAMES O. BENNETT. Aug. 31,1843We acrept the above or- Witness, M. 8. Bases J > ?III j-l?? Is O. Ai. rected. PER8S-E St BROOKS, No. SI Liberty street. I By these documents it will be perceived that the strew /often of the New Voaa Herald, it nearly doubte that of the New Tore Suit, and that it is, consequently, so much the more an eligible channel for all kind* of advertising and business notices. Not a further word is necessary to satisfy the public. JAMES O. BENNETT. "PRANCIS'S PATENT LIFE BOAT" has been uwi " the part four years in actual service, and by experituen as follows i?Manned and thrown from the duck 01 aruamwei while under way ; dropped endwise from the stem or a re loaded to the gunwale with iron and stones, with ins ooiium stove in ; turned by torce upside down and resisting thosuiwr. of 15 men to keep tier so : upset by her passengers and re.? . ing them again inside and freeing herself from water ; boouta atDfp in hvUnliutf on e rnrkr shore and then rowed ont to sea . landing in a turf, when all other boats awaraped ; taking crew and pamengrra from a wreck in a storm at sea, with the bow store raand plain oat; b anting a wreck wiUi the bottom broken open ; leaving a sinking wreck fall of passengers, with the sea breaking Irora end to end ; making way across a coral reef to a wrack and bringing off S6 passengers, leaving the ordinary boa a swani *d ; thrown from the deck of a ship endwise and saving 23 persons ; sides and bows broken through and bottom acme in aad rowed in deep water, he. and bnallv blown up by atubm.iriue explosion, and thru again mnni rd and ruwed aa before JOSEPH kllANLlS, Office No. 7 Wail it., at Adasua A ' ?>'? Express Office. at _ f UPTS?UlTNS?GUNS?At auction pricea?100 doable bar O rel ducking gnua, made expressly for South Side Long laland. 200 Cocking Onna, assorted, I 6 to 1-4 bozet, asaht lengths, 100 Single barrel gana, common to fine. )oo Rifles, from fb to 94$ each. 3000 Paris pistols Ounarniths and dealers in gone will find at this denol every article wanted by the manufacturer or sp irtsman, in any qnantiiy desired, as follows?gnn locks, ritie locks, barra.s, spnugt, cones, caps, wards, worms, tips, nbs, (riggers fnrnitnre, Ac. Also, home and power flasks, from I to IS ozs game bags, shot bags, primers, wrenches, Ac- A. W. SFIfcS A CO-, n2S lin'r 2l? Pearl street. (J. a. CITY DESPATCH POST. Pt ?T OFFICE, New York, 29th July. 1042. TTOURt of Delivery each day, (Sundays excepud) at tha H u oar and Lower ram vmccs:-? Letters uc posited belori Hall' ast I o'clock, A Ml 12 " "1 3 " P M I Will be seat oat for daAr all rh* fltaiinus before V livery at I A M. and 1 7 o clock, A M ) and 4 o'clock, P M. II " | > r mj Lot ten to bo i?nt Free, nan hut "Free 8uuap" affiled to tbrm, otherwise tliree coat* will be collected of the party to whom thr letter U address# J. No money noil be enclosed in leners unless ret istered at t ie rrincipal offices. Luti ot the stations (at all of which "free tumps" may be purchased at gl.Mprr 100. and every information may be obtained on application at the npper or lower post i Hices. Sumps issued by the late CityDespateli Post will be recused. It is indis[>eusable that the number of the residence about 1 be stated in ail letters scut thriraghthis Pant. The Post Master soliciu the earliest imormation should any irregularities occur. JOHN LORIMK.v UKAHAM auM Iv sc Post Vlaster. BO \RDlNO.?The original Walton House, M Peart street, Fanhtiu Square?kept by Jes. Fowler, from Loud >n. Kny land, permanent boa-den 12,W per week, tranaieut ' oarderi it cents per day Families can be accommodated with prirate rooms on rrseoiuble terms. Wines and spirits, J cents per gl.isj?home brew'd ale 4 cents per pint?hue Welsh rarebits 4 cents each?cold cuts eqalllr cheap. N. B. Hot coffee 1 cento per pint?stakes sud mn'ton chops can be had at all hours. J. F. particularly requests any one who is in want of a comfortable home to call and inspect his establishment, and imtos lor tbsmeelyes. Persons travelling for England woe Id Dudii to their ad vantage to call. Thehoaae being convenient to London sad Livsrpool ships, J F. being appointed agent, he can give paseeeagers every information. New Y'<ik and Old Country papers taken in. ni 3n*r PREMIUM HOBE FOK CROTON WATER?Mads from canvass, covered with duck, being prepared in oai own superior manner, with India Rubber; is perfectly water lk? area! measure- is elesr. snd IB ths heal India Kubbcr H<*e eiUut, Alio toru'e, ihe ncwlf invented Hemp Nose, on account of and at Lb# manufacturer'* Uweat prices, in quantities te suit. HORACE H.DAY, IkmimiIo lloibary India Rubber Company, ni end *r 4^ M.tden Lang OOKPOUAlToN NOTICE.?Public uuiice is hereby aieen V tbat a S ue of Property for unpaid Taxes will lake place, a public au.-tion, at the City Hail of the City of New York, on Monday, the Hi) day o( December, llal, all) o'clock, noon,and hs coot ini'rd from ilay lo day outll the whole of said property ball be sold; and liiat the detailed .talemeot of the uiea, and proiwrty lobe sold, is published in the New Era, a newspaper printed and published ,,, the^of^ew Vork. Comptroller's Office. Aug. '0, l>41. si I taw lie SEGAH DIVAN?305K Broadway ?James R. Dal Veccmo k. Co., respectfully inform their numerous friends and the public, that they have jnst opened the Scgar Divan, 30JH Broadway, adjoining Plateau's Saloon, where will be found a large assortment of the best sugars in the eity. All sefars sold at this establiatiment am warranted imported jameb r. del yecchio o34 lislawr* BOBK.RT a. JOHNBOr*. 8 H I R T S . OHIRTB made after the latest and moat approved French kJ patterns. Cocas, pantaloons, euets, snd all under garments, made to order at short notion and in tho most fashiodUde style. Oentleman's Fanushuvr Store, 17 and M Maiden Lana, New York. die*' WM. COLLINS. SEGARS?SEGARS. '1 BIQUHAVAN5l ANU PRINCIPK BLOAR STORK, wholeaele and retail, baac merit 41 William at. Hi 'i d ia. In half and qnarter boaea Do. No. half and qaarter boaea Noriegaa, in qaarter and eighth do Tin K.galoa, in qaarter do Keealiaa, of a aupenorqaality. In M, H and l-lgth boaea (.'onareata, in quarter boaea Trabiicea, do do U Norma, do do La Kaperanxa, do do Tree Amigoa. in carta na of M each London Krgaliaa, ip cartoea of 4t each La Pruela, in qearter boaea vunn'a a potted, in qaarter Imxea ranenlla'a, do. of aopenor quality Yngenendad, do nemoyaa, do Matfoc, do rrincipeo, of the Kendoo, Cmi and Bane, all eat. to dek. Prima reraa, in qnarter boaea Alrannaa do Cnnatanfiae, do Imperial do, inqnarto oaea, a anperior article. N. B.?Hotela andgrocrra plied on reaaonable irrma. o!4 link CA BtMlK. 1'4 Broadway, U nhlc Hall.?A complete aa aortinent of Haetnannd Principe Began iaalwa>a on hand aa well aa choice Regalia, of all aitea. Ptantalhv 9 g<>* (Vegneroa) and La Cabana, firat quality, haa t?e? ii received b\ the Rapid. nl( eodtw'rc GROLINL) SPICES AtJb comfit; MTHJl HOPlC MILLS, 14 Marketfteld a treat, between road and Whitehall, late XT IClixabeth atreet. New York. OfBee IX Front et. Ceaataatly on lund, at the Inweet market pricea, and ia the tuwal ranerr of pacaagee. a!7 Xa?aa E NEi NEW ?OR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OE PACKETS. M m m M rormebettcr accoiiiinodaLJotwJi shippers. it i^utrndcd to toapatch a ship from this port on the 1st, 5th, roth, 16th. 20th. and DUi of each month, romini ucing the 10th October and continuing. nr. Ill May, when regular days will be appoiuted for the remVi l1*' ? Vf". w**t*by great delays and disappointments will be prevented during the \ummer mouths. The following mips will commence (his arrangement : Stnp VAZOO, Captam Cornell. 5f*'P OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Ship MISHISSlhPL Captain Hilliard. Ship LOU1SV 1LLE. CaKain Hunt. Ship SHAK8PEARE, Captain Miuui. hip GASTON. Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSViLLE, Captain Mum ford. Ship OCMUUIKE, < uptain Lriiitt. Snip NA8HVILLF., Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ships were all built in the city of New York, express , f'ir packets, are of light draft of water, hare recently been , wly coppered and put in splendid order.wuh accommodations lor passengers um ijeallejd lor comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make erery exertion to gire teneral satisfaction. fSey will at all times be towed op and lown the Mississippi byialramooats. Neither the owners osjeaptains of these shipe will be respontiole fpr jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silxer or pitted ware, ir for any letters, parcel or package, sect ty * tput on board ot :hem, unless regeltr kills ?f .ading are taken for the same and (he valor tbeieon expressed. Ear freight or passage, apply K. K. COLLINS It CO., M Booth St.. or HULLIN fc WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who wilj promptly forward all goods to tlieir addiess. The ships of this line are warranted to tail punctually as adrertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods eorrectly measured. ml NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. r? ailfrom New York on the 26th aud Lixerpool on the lith of each month. lHIV Ship QARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 26th October. Shir ROSCIU8, Captain John Collins, 26th Sorrrok-i. 8hn> 8IDDON8 Captain E. B. Cobb, 26th December Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depcytier, *6Ui Jauau. /. Fhom Lirearoet.. Ship 8IDDON8, Captain E. B. Cobb, 11th October sl:_ auroini v ? a n > ., a* ?_ Ship GARU1CK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, I'Jib December. 9hip ROSCI US. Captain John Collins, 13th Jsnuiry These ships are all ol the tint claaa, upwards >il IUOO tool, bui't in the city of New York, with laclt improvements a? combine (teal speed with unusual courioit lor i**it ugert. Every rare has been taken in the arrangement of thrir accomniodatiotu. The price of iiassage hence is $100, for which ample stotra w ill be provided. Theae skips are commanded by experitncrd maa'en, whe will make every eiertiou to give general satisfaction Neither the captains or ownen of the shipa will be reai>onaible for ai y letter*, parcel* or packages lent by them, unices regular b '(a of lading are signed therefor. Forlreight 01 passage, apiuy to E. K. COLLINS &. CO., S6 South it.. New York, or to WM. it JA8. bROWN it CO., Liverpool. Letten by the packets will he cl arged !2Jt? cents per single beet: SO cents per oonre. and newspapers 1 cent rach. ol NEW YORK AMD LIVERPOOL REGULAR COMMERCIAL LINE OK PACKETS. Sailing to and from Liverpool, Weekly. m TABL ASSA^^^^ICE, 61^^^ STREET. The anbacrilier in announcing hi* arrangements for the year 1842, appears befope his friends with sentiments of sincere respect lot the able support he has received for many yean past.? He likewise wishes to call the attention of those intruding to seud for llwir friends residing in England, Ireland, Scotland aud Wales; that lltey can at all times be accommodated by this line, bv weekly opportunities from Liverpool, as well as by all the well known different line* of packet ships, sailing to and I rum Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, 13lh, 18th and 2ilh of each month throughout the year. At ii? urru iiir nuuy 01 me luustmrr in nave me emigrants shown ei'ility, and des|*lched without delay, and shose who wild lor their friends may rest satisfied that every due and diligent attention will be givsn by the Liverpool agents to thoae sent for, as well a* all who may embark with the in, and ilmuid any of thoae whoae passage has been paid not em>arkt the mouey will be refunded without any charge. The subscribe! feels a pleasure in making known the different ship# by which his passengers came out during the last year, which has givau geaeiil satisfaction, and that he has cousiuerauly extended and concluded his arrangements for the year 18t2? The following is a list o( shi|a :? Ships Scpllaud, Robinson. Shiiis Alabamian, Lane, Kaiitield, Wilson. Printice, Hopkins. Frankfort, Russell. "Tyrone. Speiro. Knsseii Oloyer, Howes. Wales, Watu. Hiberuia, Wilson. Westchester, Ferris. Alfred, Cheeeer. Osceola, Childs. Clifton, ltigrrsoll. St. Cloud, Emerson. Louisville, Allen. New York, Niveu. Sobieskie, Emersou. Warsaw, Griffiths. Oswego, Wood. Ocean, Willard. Talbot, Storey. N. Hampshire, Harding. Panlhea, Ooonmanson. Robert Isaacs. Trurinan. Virginia, Eaton. Europe, Balcheldor. S. Jenkins, Seymonr. A free passage from the different ports of Ireland and Scot and, ran also he secured, and dralts furnished for any amount, payable at the National and Provincial Beaks of Ireland ami their respective branches, and also on Mcssn. J. It W. Robinson, Liverpool, which are paid free o* any charge, throughout he United Kingdom, For further particulars vnply to JOHN HERDMAN 61 Sowh street. or J. It W. ROBINSON, 16 Goree Piaziar.ai.il an 16 No. 1 Neptune St., Waterloo Dock Liverpool. OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS.! S. Se l X. V. slrtv > M7&'T'HE OLuTTn E of Pi3^S? LiT?n?onlSR??(l(r be *- de?retehr?i in the following order, excepting that wlteu the Jay of ailing falta on Sanday, the ehipa will tail on the aucceedcng day. For New York. For Liverpool. The BOUTH AMERICA. (June 1 Jnly It tit tons, < Oct 1 Nor It D. G. Bailey, f Feb 1 Mar It The ENGLAND, (Jane It Ang 7 74t tone, __ < Get 19 Dec 7 B.L.Waite. /Feb It April 7 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug 19 tOO tone, < Nov 1 Dec 19 J.Ralhbone, I March 1 April It The EUROPE, (Jnly It Sept 7 &10 um*, 'Nov It Jan 7 E.G. Martha!I Mar It May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, Aug 1 Sept It tit tone. 1 Dec 1 Jan It A. B. Lowber.i Apiil 1 May It The NEW YORK, Ang It Oct 7 900 ton*. Doc It Feb 7 T. B. Cropper. ( April It June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, Sept 1 Oct 17 ttO tone, Jan 1 Feb 17 W.C Baratow.i May 1 June 11 The COLUMBLS, Sept It Nov t 700 ton*, \Jan It Mar 9 G.A.Cole. (May 19 Jnly 7 Punctuality, ai legarda the day of failing, wiil be observed aa nepeujiore. i ne price 01 iwvagv uuiwira is now uifuai uur Hundred Dollari, for which ample Korea of ever" description will lie provided, v.ith the eiception of winei and liqaon, which Will ba fnmiahed hv the atewarda. GOODHUE It CO.. ?1 Sooth it., C. U. MARSHALL, 38 Burlinc-slip, N. Y. Je? Ivh BARING BROTHERS It CO.. L'pool. li^^^^BSElil^^^he undermentioned shit* ?ill be regularly dispatched Irom hence and irom Maria ill ea on tha lit of each month dnrtng the vear, thus? From New York. Marseilles. iniiiCii\r /\,^niuruwn, nor l. JtU I H'llYTHOMPSON. Cap Sylrester, Dec I. Feb 1 COUKIKK, Cut Dikid, Jsd I. Marl TRESCOTT, Capt Lawrence, Feb 1. A|>l 1 HELLESPONT, ('apt Attains, Marl. May 1 COKI0LANU8, Cap Haile, Aril. Jon) They are all copprrea and copper fast?ued,aiKl hay* excellent accommodations fur piasenf eraThe price of cabin passage will be SIM, exclusive of wmee and liouora. Goods addressed to BOYD k HINCKEN, the a (eats, will be forwarded free of other chaifres than lliese actually paid. For freight or passage apply to O. BROOM k CO., or to o?r BOYD It HINCKK.V, Agents BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL, MAIL STEAM SHIPS. Of 12M.teus and 44* horse power each. Under contract wit!, the Lords of the Admiralty. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt. Commander. CALEDONIA. E. G. Lott, do ACADIA, A. Ryrie do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, ? N do Will sail from Boston, via Halifax. moM Livuiroou roots eoerew. Rrifamii* ll.witt III i ?,? < Caledonia, Loti, Oct It Noy If Acadia, Ryne, Not 4 Dee I Colombia, Miller, Not It llee 17 Britannia, Hewili, Dec 4 Jan I Paaaaee>loney?From Boa ton to LiTarpoel, $l|>- Boaton to Halifax |M. There ship* carry experienced snrgeons. No Bertha seemed antil paid ft r. Note.?Merchandixe and flpecia (except for personal ex Knars) shipped nnder the name of Inggare *111 be charted as ignt, a ad liable toCastom lloose lire illations. Apply to o6y r P. BRIUHAM JR.. No. I Wall-et. DRAFTS ON IRELAND, Re.?The subscriber* sJJJ^y continue to give dralta payable on HEM, VMWM jUBflwsdiiconnt, or any charge whataocrer. I.N IKe.LAND?The National Bank of Ireland, the Proyineial Beak of Ireland, and their nranches in eTery county. IN ENGLAND AND WfALES?Measra. James Bait, Son It Co., bankers, Landon, the Exchange and Oiaconnt Benlt, Li'erpooi, and their br .aches throughout England and Wales. 1 N BCOTk AND?Tha Eaa'eni Bank oi Scotland, the Geeno'k Banking Company, and branches in the principal towns; Sir JVm. Forbes, Hunter k Co. Persons in the country wishing to remit money to their friends in any pait of England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, by enclosing the amount tiny wish to remit to the snbscribt rs with the name and address of the parties to whom it is to be sent. A draft for the amount will be forwarded ihe fi st packet after the reeeipt thereof, and acknowledgement of the same rtt"dlv*PWfiffc y*T. TAI'SCOTT. 41 Peck slip. New York. _ jjnited^states r I A BBruni LI .VI , 121, late 129 Chatham $ti rtl, New i ork. WHOLESALE AND KtTAlL. THE CANTON TEA COMPANY cooiinue to off?' for 1 fill naw and fragrant Tea* of erery eariety and atyle Thair ajiortment apeciallv inc'odea the miat drllcioua and powerful gride> of Oreen and Black package bear* in* tamp of nratncaa and elreance, and the Teaa therein are ao Ihoronghly leenred from light and air that iheir quality and power win rt maiu unimpaired in anv climate. Then avatem of jiroaecating bnaineaa ii perhapa aearcely to be eacelled. it ia founded apon the ntmnat regard to the righta of he cnatomer. taneeially wi.h reapect to weight and quality, and unriTailed cheapneia. All puichaaera are ca|led up-.n la return ant article! whichliil to gir? ih.in the folleat aiii?f-clion, whirh the money will be cheer*all" and pr. mprty n fond-o Coaatry merchants, public eaubliihmenia, brada of lauiiliea, and hipmaarrra will find it a decided adran'aga to aapply them elvei from thia aa'abli hrncnt. Coffrt r aated ey?ry d?y. , Order! from all parta of tha I nitad fltutaa ataeuted wiib 1 SSslSr"A-*-"" " * -wsp W YO YORK. WEDNESDAY M NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPA.NY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. from u>e loot of Can rtlandt meet, New York. (Kveiy Jay? Sunday iibiopted.) Leaves Nm York Leaves Newark \t 9 A. M. At I T. M. At 7>* A. M. At 1* T. M 1!), Jo. 4 do. 8 do. 3* do. do. 9 do. t do. t7 do. It It do. ON SUNDAYS, from the foot ot Ceaitlaadt atrooL Leave Naw York, Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. aud iKP. M. At 1>?P. M. and It P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave Naw York. Leave Eliaabelh Town. 9 A.M. 7 A.M. 9 P.M. B>i A.M. Z* 10* A. M. 4& P. M. IX M. 3 P. M. " The trains for Weslfirld. Plainfield. Bouiidbrook, Bomcrville, lie., connect with the 3 A M, 2 and ?X P M trims Irom New Yoik, daily, Sundays ricrpted. Fare between New York and Elilsbeth Town 25 cents. Fare between do and Sotnerville. 75 cents. NKW YORK. RAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Kare reduced, f rom the Toot of Liberty street, daily. Lea.c New York. Leave New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 5X A. M. IX P. M. lH " " iiS ? " 9 P. M. On Hnndays the 5X and 7X A.M. tripe from New Brunswick ind 2\ P. M. train I rem New York, are mutted. Kate between New York and New Brunswick, 75 cents. Haltway, 50 cents 1 lie fare in the 5X and IX A. M. train from New Brunswick. and 2X and <X p. M. train from New York, has been re New York aud New Brunswick, to 50 cents. " and Rshway ta 37X " Passenger* who procure meir tickets at the ticket office, re eei? e a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the con dectnr nulv on the Jay when purchased. aull 3tn* WINTfcR ARR/NOiflSIENT NEW YORK ANDTWIJUII-'L*!ARAILTTO^D ClNK DIRECT. Via Newark, New Brun-.wick, Princeton, Trenton, Bordentown and Burlington. THROUGH IN SIX HOURSLeave New York, Irora the foot of Liberty alreet, dally, at 9 A M aid i\ P M. The morning Line proceed* to Bordeatown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceed* direct to Camden, (nppoaite Philadelphia) without chance -fears. P-useugars will procure their tickets at the office foot ol Liberty street. where a com-noil ioui steamboat will be 111 readiness*. with baggage crate* on hoard. Philadelphia baggaar crates are conveyed from city to city, vitlioui heiii|( ope led by the way. Enrh train is provided with a Ladies Car, in which are apartment* and dressing rooms espres-lv for ibr Ladies nse. Returning, the lines Icare Philadelphia from the fo*t ol Chratnut street by railroad from Cainden, at 9 o'clock A M,aud i o'clock, P M. The Lineafor Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at T A M, and 4 P M, being a continuation of the linea from New York. s28 Jin*r D ATLY TATTCA ft P. F.*PRrS? - AH FOR ALBANY, TROY. AND BUFFALO. Br thDi JUsatonir Rait Hoan, iu .oiui 'hr.^^M^^^uiia CitV to Alb-nv in Twe.ve H >ur*. Leaves at 7 o'clock in the morning. The labscrihera have made arrangements with the Honsatom Hail Road Company, to mil an Ksnreas Car (exclusively for our owu pnrpnte) daifv, over the-r road with the i-asseuger train, running through to Albany in twelve hours, ana are now prepared to receive and ( rwarJ at Inw retea, Specie. Bank Noies, Paekaees, Bales and C ?aca of Goods, lee, for rny of the shore named or intermediate rlacri. Will attend promptly to the collection and payment of hills, notes, draltsand acconuis, and such other busiueas as msy be entrusted to tneir care, da- POMfcROY k CO a Wall s-reet. New York. NK W A N V WINT K. II AHKANNUFMr.N 1?Ooand alt. r Monday, Drcrmb. a Jth. i8<2, (lie ran will ran d tily as follows y? Leave Ci'y Mill for Leave II ir'em Leave Willi?m-' Bridge Williams' Budge, for City llall. forCitvIl.il 6 30 A. M. a 20 A. M. 8 00 A. M. 9 " 10 0 " 10 20 " JI 30 " I in P. M. 12 50 P, M. 2 P. M. 3 40 " 3 20 " 4 " 5 40 " 5 20 " 5 30 Harlem only. 6 30 " City Hall and Twenty-seventh street. Line will run esfo'IowaFr >m 7 30 A. M. every ten miuutei throughout tlie day till 7 P. M. Pastenaers for Weatch?ater. Thing's Neck, Eai'chester. New Hoehr Me. Mtmaroneck, Horae N ek, Noitli Caatle, Rabbins'Mills and White Pla> a, will take the 2 o'clock, P. M. train from City Hall. Paiarn^-era for Ynnkera will take the 9 o'clock, A. M. end 4 o'clock, P, M. trains from City Hall. Dill I in* m PULLEN & COPP'rJ EXPRESS. Meaara. Hsrnd'n & Co, having disposed of tkeir route Iron New York to Albany and Troy, the tehjeri Deri, me old couluim nt Miruden n t.os nankin Exurcia, from New York, will continue to ran u heretofore-learing New York, Albaur and Troy, Daily , and connect at Trov with Jacobs' Montreal Ktprrsa. and will forwarJ Specie, Bank Notes, Packages Bundlrs.Caset of Goods. Ac., to any place between New York sod Montreal, and throughout the Canada's. Also East, frum Troy and Albany to Boston, and Weit from AJhany .10 Buff 1I0. All business entrusted to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particular attention will be piid to the collection of n< tea, drafts, acceptances, Ac., and prompt returns made for the same. PULLEN A COPP. Offces? Pulleo A Copp, 2X Wall street, New York. Ttioi. (lough, 15 Eichsnge, Albany. A G. Filkuis, 228 Hi?er street. Troy. 8. Jacob's Exchange Court, St Panl at, Montreal. REFERENCES. New Yoag. ALaartr. Taor. Prime, Watd A King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little, A Co., Thoa. Uough. P. Weils, John T. Smith, A Co.. 8. K. Stow, Pepoon A Hoffman, C. S. Douglass, Carjienter A Vermilye, P. Leake Houihion A Co. Drew. Robinson A Co. n2( Imr FARE REDUCED. rc.?.ou^a wi?u Buuin. on both tlie routes from Balimorr to Charleston, by the Cnesa|icake Bay, Portsmouth, Wrldon, Wilmington, N.C., and thence to Chvlestoa, to $23, moll on the Bay boat* included ; or via Washington city, Richmond, Petersburg, Waldon, Wilmington, N. 0... and ihencc to Chailc?ton, to $22, meala extra?making the fire on both routes the aame. Every exertion ia made to keep the Railroads and Steamboats connecting these lines in good order, and expedite travel, and make passengers as comfortable as pos sihle. By this route you may he snre of reaching New Orleans rom New York seven or eight days sooner than any other line, at an expense not exceeding $72. K. B. DUDLEY, nl7r President W fcR.K.R. Co. "NEW YOffK AND BOSTON RAIL HOAD LINE. Via Nouwich sisd Wobcesteb HaiLBuans. Composed of the following superior steamers running in connection with the Norwich It Worcester and Worcester k Boston Rail Roa-'s? WORCESTER, Cept.J H. Tandeibilt. NEW HAVEN, J. K. Dusun. CLEOPATRA, Capt On and aftei Moudiy, Nov.2lit,th'i line will be ran tri-weekly, leaving New York, Tuesdays, Thursdays sad Saturdays oaty, at IP. M. From Peck Mip, East River. The new nod iplendid itwnlwH NEW HAVEN, Captain J. K. Du-tan, will bate every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passriwera for Boston will be forwarded immediately on the arrival of the above bona at Norwich, and will procwrd without change of cars or baggage. For further information, enquire at the offir on the wharf, on bond the boata, or to D. B. ALLEN, IS Peck alip, np atairn. All pemong are forbid trusting any one on account of the above boats or ewnera. ntV FOIt LIVKItPOOL?Hennlar Packetol the 2'th hlWJPVOecembei?The aidrncid, hit aailintt packet ahip JlM?.|N'DEi ENULNCE, Capt Wye, will tail as above her r. gular day. For tieaaane in eahln, aeeond cabin, and steerage. having aplendiu accommodations. apply on hoard, loot ol Maiden lane, orto JOSEPll McMURRAV. 1#0 Tine itrect, corner of South street. P. 8.?The above will be aucceeded by the packet shid Vir ttitiia, Aapt Allin and sail on I] Dec. Persons wishing to aend lot their frienda, residing in the Old Conutry, can have them brought oat by this snip, or any 01 Int r?rni*r pvcatu, vj applying a* aoove, 11 leuer p<w paia. Jit^r ntSr FOR MOBILE?City Liu?-F<m P rkn-I he iJSVlFWelrgam, 'miaailing packetahip MAllV FRANCES, JABBfe' apiem HnltlMid, Will til a? above. L nu icromainiUte cabin, eecnud cabin and eteerage paeaenirera at moderate rales, it early application la made m hoard ibe ship, or to JOHN Hc.RDMAN.dl uo?th at. dj ee WJ JOI REGULAR opposition to cats k=?5|i^lIIII<L, and intern,ediale landiuca, without '? 3^H>^iaNGK>barvrai? R- ?ol?r daya from Cattakill, Mon lava, Wedoeadaya and Fridaya. Fiom NrwVork, Tueadaya, Thundaya and Salnrdaya.?k are to Or from Cattakill, 30 centa. -flanha ft cent-?A0|?tirr 25 rente. The new and fiat ate-mar WAVE. Canuin Vinderhilt, will le-ve Rnbiuaon at. pier Thuraday Not. 17th, "t live oVIocfc. For further pnrticnlara itniuire ol die ca lain on board. By running en the daya'abnve named. there will bi a daily com munication between Catakill and New York (and intermediate I'laCt a) for frrlght and |Mtaaa?e at reduced prirea. ndr /KR FX LIT AMI) WINTER ~X1[WXSUTMENT.?The ateamboal Rockland, will, on and after M nnday, the ]iat of October, ran a tollowa : leering Middle town Point (tide and weather per slitting) at*o'clock, and Keyport at 10 o'clock, erery Monday, Wednrad.1T and Friday. Recanting, leave the loot of Robin on atreet, New York, raary Tueedav. Thuraday and Saturday at It o'clock, noon, tonching at Hegnin'a Dock each way. Stagea will be in readiness to convey inaeengera to any pnrt of the country. All baggage at the ruk or the ownca. nil 2m*ec STATEN ISLAND FERRY Foot of Whitehall etrcei. On ei.d alter Dec. JH, the steamer 6 TATEN liLANDEK, vr II mil u lollntti, Oil'il furthy notice Lb AVE 8TATEN IfeLAND. NEW YORE i)i A. M. 9 A.M. It OH aP. M J2 p M, di i 4 <X

RK H [0RN1NG. DECEMBER ' KNOLIMtl SCHOOL. HAVANA. ISLAND OF CUBA. CHARLES DUNNE WATERLAND. PRINCIPAL. Academy wu established two years ago, under the paX uonage ?>f the former loteudtDi Utsrrtl of the Island, and qjhtrwuuytjihed luJmdualsoitbu nobility iMnsraniliov this city Iti oonductad on thu pun of the Os'Mi ''rvnu sit', and the method of tuition is the "interrogative." All the scholars underJtaud the English language, and many of them apeak it litlntuilly and fluently The Principal has the experience of schools in France, Germany .England, and the United States. His chief aim U to give the youth entrusted to his care a practica' knowledge of tho?e branches of a |K>li e education, which are required in a/1 active cirecrs, and ire applicthlr to any. The course of study, therefore, comprehends the English, French, tseruun and Spanish languages; History. Geogrs juki. Natural Philosophy, the practical part of Mathematics, auu Drawingsol vtrions kinds. Professors of div?*r* Iiafi/Muaml aan?iioM*i>la ? ?k?? ? rablitliim-at; and all tlic cIumi receive, in rutatiou, instruction bom the director. Suchsignal <u< cph hat attended lliia plan of mi iou, that several of thi* pupils, tinder t?elve years of ages. write and speak two foreign languages, in a perfectly intelligible manner, and those of riperyears, correctly and easily. The acquisition, not only of the Spauish, bat al?o of other hnenagr*, is thus placed within the reach of the youth of the United Statei, without IU being ueceaaary for ihtm to reIniqU'.li the inauy advautarea which accrue Iroui anEiigliiheducation. The object of tlie l'riueipal iu drsiriug to recti re youths from the United States, is to facilitate the acquirement of the Engl ah acceut for hia Spanish pupils, which aerrice would be doubly repaid litem by by the latter, and to introduce here the inanly apirit of the English schools. The younx.cititrtu of the United Statea can hare nothing to fear Irom the climate, the houae being apacioua and airy, wasted in a healthful a pet, at a short dia'ance from the -ity; and containing within ila Innita, a fine bath and complete gyinuaunuin for tlie prearrvation of the pupila'health. Two yonlna, lately arrived from Oermauy, hare passed theaninmer in the achooi in perfect health. Aa the principal u a inarrit d uian, aud hia wife and aiater have cliargc of the junior di|?ai ttneut: children are received at any age but that op infancy. Every pupil euioya hia leligioua opinions nndiatnrbed. The trrma are laud per annum, payable three month* in advance There are no ex'ras eie.eot clothes .-.ud hooka Reference*?\1 ESS H 8. U|{AS. DRAKE It BROTHERS. A LEX AND Eu MORALES, ESQ., nil Havana. NOTICE.?Whrrtia Samuel Bevnhciiner, of Syrs' Use, has acted aa ill- ageut of 11. Dentin.liner at Brolhera, merchant.* in the cirv of New IM,M the collecting of dehta at Syracimc, and in other buaioeaa, all permous aie hereby notified that has power <u such ageut has been revoked, aud all persons are hereby (orbiddeti to transact any buaineea with hun. aa such agsnt ; auil wheum Samuel B -ruhrnner aud J,cob Bloch, cou tituting the finn of S. Beiuheimer It Co.. of Syracuse, hate this day ass'guedto H. Bernheiinnr It Brolhera, of New Yoik, all the goods, debts and demands ol every description; therefore, all persona are hereby forbiddcu to pay any oebta to said H. Beruheimcr k Co. or either of laid firm after this dap?and niau Brriim imer.Kmauuel Berulicimer or Simon Beruhrimrr. being ilie firm of H Bemhaitner It Brother!, one ol'whoin will be (ouiiil l| S> raciuc by any MM wi?liiii? t? make i>ayii ent?; and on whom all person! iuil bled are refuelled to cull imm Jiately aim mulo their accounts and notes. D.w-il Syracuse, N. V., Nov, 3J, 1,42. *5 lui*r II BKHNHK.IMKH h BKIITHKIIH. HOUSK KURNISHINO WAHKHOUHK.?WORAM k HAUOHnUU'l', Ml Broadway, M mol'acinrers, Agents and Commission .Merchants, Imt juat received and are ui w opening a uew and splendid assortment el lite fallowing aiti flea, via t? SilveruJ, Uill and Bronse Ga Chandeliers, 6 to 26 lights. 1 Lie Candle de * u> it " L>0 Candle Bracket!, 1 to 1 " 1)0 U.u Bracket!, 1 la I " lto Uas Mautcl eights, 1 to I " Uo Uuattuoick, 1 to i " Cai.utchr u, <iun " A-fjaa Camps, Hall i am;a and I,totems, Heading Lunp* kc. A uaw article ol Solar i.*mp, a very superior article. Also. a uew article ol Uertecler lor improving the light of the old pattern ill Antral^ Lamp. Ai?o t new tryic ol r lureiilmu Drome, color immovable. Together wilhevery variety of Lamp* and CiiaudeRers, for eliuxciies, halls and public nuildings. I'UTrn VV t?. 3 isk. u, Castors, Trays, Toast Kicks, Candlesticks, Napkin Rings, Butler Tabs, butter and Fruit Knifes, Suuffcis aud Tr tys, Coffee aud Tea L'rus, lie. Fine Table Cutlery, in setts and dozens; Japanued Tea Trays, in itreal rattty of pattern* and forms; line cut glass Bawls, Pitchers, Tumblers, Dishes, (joblets, Decanters, Water Bottles, Sugars, Ike. Ste. W. St II. Ik-k respect lull t to iiifuiin tlieir frieuds, customers, and the public gearral y. that their arrangements with the maMMtsrmln sucht at tlicy can sell all articles in their line at remaikably lowpri ;es; and respectfully iuvita them to call aud see their show ro -trs which alone is sufficient t* c<>mpen sau-for flo trouble sff tm*r REMOVAL. PHILUP8' CASH TAILORING EST A BIJSII MENT, Is reiaored from iC Broadway to No. 7 Astor House ECONOV1Y IN GENTLE MEN'S DRESS. Garments of a most Jegaat and Fashieuable kind ri a saving of (0 percent for cash. rIMIIi advertiser d? tns it unnecessary to resort to the hack ueyed system of guinea list of nominal prices, prtsaroing that the leuyth of time lie has heeu established, together with die estensive patronage bestowed on mm, will ptovt a sots clent toucher lot his capabilities. Possessing he advantage e( being i' mtltlwwan exleusitr cloth establishment in kin.' spe he coulWieiuly assets that he can furaish clothes which, nu cempariso.i, will be found lower than any other MM making up tke best descriptions of gentlemen's dress, s 10 3n? S. PHILLII'8, T Astor House, Br sad way I JOSEPH MoMURRW, 100 Piae itreel, N<w Voili, unci I ? Drafu la iam* i? >ui; nlifvu,on the PROVINCIAL BANK UK IRELAND, . Payable ntr? ' Cork, Bainbriilgn Liraeiiek, Ballymeaa, Cloiiiuul, Bnraoatown, f.nudondt rry, D<>wni>Hiick, SllKO, CdViU, Wfjioril, Largan, Belf.il. Oinaah, Wa'erford, Duaxiunon, Gala way, Bandoa, Armagh, Kouia, Aihlone, BailyahaanMi, Coleraine, 8 raoane, Kilkenny, Dungarvin, B.llina, Mallow, Tratee, Mourymore, Ydbyhil. Cootchill, F.onukilleu, Kilrtub. Mouaghaa, KNOLAND. Spooner, At wood It Co. Bankcn, London. Payable in every town ui Great Britain. P W RrrtiM I .iwerrvif.l City of Oi*t.?fow B<uik. Payable iii every lovrn in LcotUnd Imr LONDON AND MANCHESTER INDIA RUBBER GOODS XITHOLE9ALE AND RETAIL, No. I Wall street. Th * * subscriber has received and otfrra for sale a large assortin~nt ol imrortrd India Rubber Water Proof Oooda, via: Cnati and Capea, of eniwrior Lama, Cashmere Lama, Paraian, Merino and Cotton, of all colon and airea. Cloth?India Rubber, Water Proof, auper Lama, Lama Peraian and Cotton, prepared for t ilora. India Rubber Webbings lor suspenders, eorvets, lie. s28 Urn * r CHA8. ABRAHAM9QN. MARTIN'S CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. 154 William Street, Corner of Jinn Street, J9 decidedly the cheapest in the city. There ia "Iwaya on hand a select stock of seasonable goods, purchased for caah, which will be made up to order m the style of make, lit, tnmmins, kr., that has given such general satisfaction oaring the last tour yeara, aud at a positive saving of 30 per cent. OeDilcjieuare requested to call and erarniue. Those who furnish tli -eir own goods, can bnve them MADE AND TRIMMED. Urus coats, made and tnmmed,' ?' 00 ta SI SO frock Coats, do do I 00 to 9 SO Cants aud Vesta, I 75 to 2 00 Over Coats, 0 00 to 11 00 !T7~ Terms?Cash oa delivery. ao im?c MICHAEL E. MARTIN PQUtHTHIAN ACADEMY.?The subscriber would re l-s sped fully id form the Ladles and Gentlemen of New York aud Brooklyn, that he has opened an Academy, (in that larta and commouious buildinx formerly known at the Equestrian Rich iu*? or Cook's Circes, 400 Bowery, on Vanshall Garden) Tor the instruction of ladies and gentlemen in that healthiul and necessary accomplishment, the act of horsemanship in all its branches. The Acaoeuiy is famished with dressing and sitting rooms, aud every convenience for the romfort of |>npils, ana the strict*** rwrard to respectability will be adhered to. hir id hat mad* arrangi msntt with Mr. W. J. Davis, oue of #ie oldest professors from Europe to take charge of the tame, lis! rlltfors Miur.os.ir fl.nl lha onfamrik# will ITlfft Willi th* Alt probation and eneomiMfement of a liberal public. Term* anil particuIan may be aaceruined on application ai fcove. The omnibua and r? pa*? ererv fire minntea during the day. 093 3m* re W. 6. DIHBKQW. Prrnnietor. TJ'LKCTKO MAGNETIC PLATE'S foi thcumatwna, nerX-r rona afft-ctiooa, 4tc , mepaied wider the direction of M. Lamanroui, apothecary in raria, aeueral ueoof m Mew York, &5 Franklin a ieet. at M. Ninnarira. Price Si id. Infallible core for the moat aenle and inveterate pain, inch a* acme and chronic rheamati?oie, the gnwt, oenra'cy, ariatic, tic dolorrm, danae do Paint (iuf, chilli, at|nm, cramp* in th at jinach, andjihonly.for all utrr.ini aneetione, chiefly diaeaua of women ana young girla,?U aicaneaa, amenorrhea, tufe pres.KJua, vapor*. nrr>om attac.ka. Ice nia iin*i PHILADELPHIA DAGUERREOTYPE ESTABLISHI MINT. Eichaiige Hariding. No*. 18 end ST.?Subtle Portrait* taken, from brraatpiii nae to I inchea in diameter. Family group* of from two to 1) penon* en one plate. Time of ?itU ng 10 second*. Gouaraut'y ea hand, and fur tale, laatra -euta of the iame bind aa uaed in the ea.abliihment : a'ao plate* and all olhar gtemil*. W k F. LANOKNHE1M. nI* Im'r *pO Y 8 I TOTS ! ! TOY a I! I?Juit oiiened ? ?e w and Iresh A awerrment of common and tin* Toy*, luiCab'e for th* holidiya, at US Centre itreet. oppoaile Centra Market, fnr i*le, who'eaale aud retail, cheaper than ever. Toy dealrri are rj Betfully inmcd to call and aumiM foi ihrmirlm. Don't jet the nnrabar?2J3, two door* above (Wand alrvrt. 1*1 flaw to i?l?m VAN KOHUKN'S WRITING AND BOOK-KEEPING ' ACAUKMV u now open, 201 Broadway, Jno Hour, lor the reception or pupili, where all acquire Van Noiden'a beautiful a)item of pennmanahip in a eery ahort time, and write with e*?e, trace and ele*auce. Mr. Van Nurdeti it now prepared to give imtrneiinn in Booh Kerp'mt npon plana entire!/ new and awictly practical. Dunn* not inuuih't iuatructi.i . the pnpila 'OtnaDy opaa. balance and cloae, practically, from 30 to JO act of hooka. Ter-na ?ery moderate. Honra of in-truction from 9 A. M. till 4 P. M., and from 6 ti 10 in the caviling. The I.allien meet daily at S P. NT n!5 Im'r COAL! COAL! COAL!?The aobacnner having laarn the yard ?nut -wear corner of King and Greenwich atreet. ianow receiving a full anprly of Sennylkill and Poach Or chain Oial, aelec'ed Irom ,he heat reina, which ha offara at the fidUwing ledaced pricea, tix Erutfl the yard, nrat quality, broken and acreened, |5,V) per ton. *" ** Egg aite, w J..10 " " " Store, ? J.tt " ? ? N'nt. " i.Xt " From the bou, " Broken, " S,? Km tiie, " 1,74 " Store, * 4.00 " Nat, 4,75 " Delivered free of cartage04 lw*ee JAMES DOW VET. T?ANCV ARTICLES FOR 1'Hh Hi?LVDA?S ?II. I ?- ai>b?crbc> hae r?mved by the la rat arrivals a rery rich aaaoitm utof Pana Fancy Artlcler eonMviing ol faeey work bi xca, |*prr ilo, earn a hi ro e Wood boxer, embroidering f,.,m-e with caoraaa ai d rol'd cot tin, children'' toya, per fiiiner,", i d I aoep, of aaeoricd qo^itiea, ete. etc. The ynbnc ** reepeetfnlly invited le call and examine the a here atocb, "srsi," -d-"VWfcMiMW, w tm?m. k. [ERA] r, 1842. Revolutionary Reminiscences?General Hamilton.?We have been handed the following curious speech, delivered by General A. Hamilton, in the first Congress, on the admission of Vermont into the Union :? New York, March 20,1787 A sketch of Col Hamilton's sjioech on the bill for recommending to Congress to admit into the Union the assumed State of Vermont. After intimating that he had attempted to introduce tins bill, hs a matter of course, on Wednesday last, but in compliance with the opinion of the House, had given previous notice of bis intention, he goes on? This formnli'v having been thought reauisite. T presume it will be expected that I should, on presenting the bill, accompany it with my reasons for doing so. Perhaps the sentiments I entertain of the present situation of our national affairs, may induce me to view the object of this bill in a more se rious light than many gentlemen equally solicitous for the public welfare. I confess I am in the habit of considering the state of this country as replete with difficulties ami surrounded with danger. The anxiety 1 feel on this head, has been my inducement to bring forward the present measure. I view with apprehension the present situation of Vermont, over which this State claims jurisdiction, and whose pretensions to independence have never yet been formally recognised by this State, or the United States. Notwithstanding, 1 believe there is not a member of this house but considers the independence of the district of 'erritory in qm siion, as a matter fixed and inevitable. All our efforts to a different point have hith-rto proved fruitless, and it is long since we seem to have entirely given up the controversy. Vermont is, iu fact, inde|iendent,butshe is no' confederated, and I urn constrained to add, that the means which they employ to secure that independence are objects of the utmost alarm to the safely of this State, and to the confederation at iu,.rU ar. .1.... ; ?:.; ? ?a ?.? ??. **-~V ??? V..V.U ragng settlers by an exemption of taxes, and availing themselves of the discontenia ol a neighboring State, by turning them to the aggrandizement of their own power ! Is it not natural to suppose, that a powerful people, both by numbers Rnd situation, unconnected as they now stand, and without any relative importance in the Union, irritated by neglect, or stimulated by revenge; I say, is it not probable, under such circumstances, they will provide for their own safety by seeking connection elsewhere! And who that hears me, doubts but that these connections have already been formed with the Hriti.-h, in Canada! We have the strongest evidence lh.it neirnliatuin* hnvs been nn hf. tween that government and the leaders o> the people in Vermont. Whatever may be the present temper of that people, it is easy to foresee what it will become under the influence of their leaders. Confederated with a foreign nation, we can be at no loss to anticipate the consequences of such a connection, nor the dangem of this country from having so powerful a body of people, increasing rapidly in numbers and strength, associated with a foreign power, and ready upon any rupture, to throw their weight into an opiwsitescale. In their present situation, they bear no part of our public burden"; if they were a part of the confederacy, they must of course participate in them. They are useless to us now, and if they continue as they arc, they will be formidable to us herealter. 1 have observed before that the people there enjoy an exemption of taxes. Jn these States, the tuxes must be considerable to fulfil the oublic engagements, to support the government. What a temptation will a comparison of situation in this respect, furnish to the inhabitants of those States bordering on Vermont. It is the policy of the Vermonters to make proselytes to their government, and the means which they employ for that purpose, are well calculated l.? accomplish their design. Are they not daily encroaching on our State? in every light, it is our interest, if possible, to put an end to their pre-ent situation. I am aware there is. in the minds of some members, nn objection founded on a 6Uppos lion that, if we accede to the independence of Vermont, we are bound to make compensation to the citizens who have claims 'here under the grant of this State?I shall not pay what justice might dictate, in respect to those citizens; but I shall observe, that, as far as that obligation is bind ing upon us, it applies more strongly to the actual slate of tilings than to that which is intended to be produced by the bill. It is the duty of the Mate, us matters now stand, ether to snp|>ort the claims of its citizens, by un exertion of the public forces, or 10 make compensation to those who are sufferers by the neglect. Passively acquiescing in ttie independence ot Vermont, is not less a violation of that protection and security which the public owes to individuals, than formally acceding to it. Indeed, by acceding to it, we out our citizens in a better situation than thul in which ihey now are. We at least give them a chance for asserting their rights. The bill makes it a condition of the intended acknowledgment of the independence of Vermont, that it should become a part of the confederacy. The claims of individuals may then be submitted for decision to a federal court, and as far as our citizens have equitable claims, it may be expecteif they would prevail in such court. At any rate, we shall not be under a stronger ob ligation in thin respect than we now are, and we may avoid many and ' xlensive mischiefs by acceding to the measure proposed by the bill. Many more considerations might be urged, but I think it unnecessary to enter into them at present. If any gentleman has arguments to oppose to those I have used, I shall be glad to hear them, and I flatter myself I shall be able to obviate any difficulties that may arise. l*>?ilevllle, [Corrupondenceof the Herald.] Louisville, Sunday evening, Nov. 27,1842. Dear Sir:? While the church bells are tolling in sweet harmony and the good sou's are wrapt in humble devotion, I will give you another chapter on men and things in general out here. And first I must warn yon of the danger you are in?arising from the wrath of some of our young bucks, who felt themselves highly offended at my last communication.? Here as elsewhere there are certain vapid, inflated coxcombs who have heads of goatu and hearts of chickens? "As nofiy as the wind, As empty as the sir? who cater to the vanity and pride of the rich with the hope of catching the crumbs that fall from their tables?who whine, and fawn, and Hatter?fashionable insects, whom folly has painted and poverty plumed. Many such as these who probably were as far from the writer's mind, as one single particle of sense is from theirs, have been puffing, blowing, swearing and sweating to their own infinite satisfaction?evidently pleased, though, that they should see themselves noticed by those uround. Exactly in keeping and on the same order with these gentlemen, are certain of our fashionable ladies. Some rather green youths think that a woman is all pure and holy. How soon would this vain illusion be cleared up, conid thevonly see our very first lades ?mothers and daughters-?brotheri and sisters all promenading the streets in mask, and thinking to hide themselves behind their disguise. 'Tis raid that virtue is ever in danger in the dark. How much is that danger increased, when such familiarity prevails between the two sexes as that a man should be allowed to accompany a woman in the drew that he had borrowed from her for hours together. These are facts, that can br proved by a large num. ber ot our citizens, ana u is oniy wun aaesire 10 check these old and heartlers coquettes in their demoralizing career, and save the many artless and innocent girls th.it are growing up, from their pestilential example, that I now write. ftuch are the characters, both male and female, who have been hurling volcanoes of abuse and damnation upon the Herald and iUi correspondent. And did I not know tliat the ruling principle of their lives was ? "tint discretion is the better part of valour," 1 should be in constant fear and trembling. "Prince Hal" left here this morning for the ft .uth. He is still <n fine sprits, and (el's us still to "pick our fluitsand try it again " ftome strange tales are passing in an under current about certain of the grandees and nobles in the upper part of the town?but I don't like scandal any way. Business is brisk?the river is iopretty good order. Some little fuss about the conme ot me legislature as rejmron reuei ami me election of a Hen a tor to fill Mr. Crittenden's place. The Istkitt will find it a hard matter to oof him even with the mighty influence of the "Old Duke" and liia barbecues. But my yarn ia spun?farewell ?Goodnight. Yours, dec. Bankruptcy in Kki?tucky ?The whole number who have applied, up to 1st October, for he benrfii of tiie bankrupt act, in Kentucky, wa? 1 270 Toe highest indivi ual indebtedness was gfilo <i#>; neat highest, #362 000; several of nearly #2"0,0U0, a gfal number from #20,000to #100,000; and some down as low as #70 and #80. The assets surrendered up, amount to a million of dollars, while ihe debts Itqut dated by there amount to ten millions. LD. frltt Two c?iu. Tht philadelphia, Nov. 30, 1812. James Gordon Bennett Esq :? Sir :? I noticed in your paper some days past an articl reflecting on the Secretary of the Navy for conferring the command of the sloop Vencennea on Commander Franklin Buchanan. The person who furnished the suggestion upon which that article was written, certainly labors under an error as to the number above Commander Buchanan who have not had commands. There are seventy-nine Commanders above him, and out of that number fortythree have had commands?forty-two of the seventy-nine above Mr. Buchanan, have been promoted since the 1st of January 1841. There are sixteen below him, and out of that number lour have nad or now have commando, la it fair or ju*t to impugn the motive* of the Secretary forgiving Mr. Buchanan a command?a man who ia acknowledged by all (thai 1 have heard apeak ol him) as one of the first officers of his grade! Mr B is certainly a young commander, but under all the circumstances, he ia fairly entitled to the cammand conferred upon htm. The department never has rigidly adhered to seniority in making selection* for the commands, but in this instance, upon that score, Mr. B. ia lairly entitled, as will n|>pcHr from the above abstract from the Navy Register The fact is, however, that lei an appoin'mentbe ever so judicious, there will never be wanting those to complain and find fault. It is rumored that the Vmcennea is going to the Coast of Africa. H so, do yon want an old commander to go there, who, being satisfied w.th himself, and knowing in the course of things he must he a Post Caplain, and having no motives lor exertb n, and not beitrg willing to run hisdaily-looked for Captain's commission into jeopardy by constant cruizing along ihat sickly coast?or do vou want a man who will be active and watchful,Htio desirous to show that although young, he can carry out the inst>uctions of his government quite as well as an old oneT But after all. Commander B. is only finishing a cruise. The limited appropriations made at the lact session of Congress, made it neceasary, as I understand, to lay up the steamer Mississippi, and the Vtncennes being ready fur sea, a transfer of officers was, I think, the mntt economical to the government, and just to Commander B. as well a* to the ?. l. . az uiiirr tiincrro. In the wimf article, the Secretary is charged with partiality in giving the command of a ten gun brig to his brother, Lieut. Geo. P U|*hur, a Mian who has been fifteen years a lieutenant, and has seen as much hard service as any officer of his date, and acknowledged by all. 1 may say, to be qualified for a command. Now, let us see whether he was not entitled to it. He is twenty-nine from the head of the list of lieutenants?the four first on that list, it is more than likely will never have a command, as they have Ion* since been over-slaughed?the next four are entitled to promotions to fill vacancies?of the balance, seven have commands afloat, six are attached to navy yards, stations, Arc.?one sick, one in the East Indies, and the remaining three waiting orders, and, as I understand, have never applied tor a command. There are below htm twelve, that I know (from looking over the Navy Register) who have, and part of them now hold commands afloat Is Lieut. Upshur, because he happens to be the bro ther of the Secretary of the Navy, to be kept out of what he is justly entitled to?or is the Secretary, because his brother is entitled to a command, to overlook him for fear of being accused of partiality'' Certainly no man can wish that It he is to be in nuencea Dy sucn peiiy consmerntions, ne is n i iu mwnthf country inltes him to be. Jrsnrn. JM FOR BAI.E ?That valuable Hand kniwn 11 the pi Long blind Hotel, kiiaated in i)m mi oi blip. it SufXJ^folk cnuuty, L. I. The hnuae it built iu modi id atyle, alio oi thr brut inatrriala and workmanship, wi h front of eighty leet kit hen toclutlad, two until > h gh. with an atlie ; and ia ralculatedtn aecommodate 40 boardrn.beri rathe family and nectaa ry.attendants. and ia snrionnded with all ihe neeeaaetv ont-huildinga, fruit and ornamentral lieea ahiuhtrery lie. Tl e loca'ion of the premirea ia unrivalled, rommainting a lull virw of the beach, the light houer ?t Fire I.land, end tne A'lantir O aan. An o|>rn 'ane, in from of the louse, and leading dirrcll) to the hay, fututaheaa oeltghtlul ai d plra.ant walk of right or tin minutes. Ihe Long bland Rail Road, pastes within about f u inilra of thr pn miaea, a> d a fiord a an i aay and ennrrnirut communication with the cilia ol New York and Brooklyn. vo |iart of Ltityt (aland affords greater laeilitiea for fowling, or b?y or brook nahinr, or the noble apoit of back hunting. Deer being verv abundant in the Ticrnity,and are fretjuruily Ionnd on the pirmi-ea. Theteik shorn two hundred acre* oi land, and meadow attached to the prermits, and a guou proportion ol' at-aud oi kh re. The hnaae and necessary our-bnildirgi, would he an'd with the whole, or e uart.ol the land m may hot >uit the purchaser. The terini wi I Be liheral. and the ti'te ondiapnted. Fo' a more i. inutr dorrip'ion ol the property. inquire of J V.MF.8 HOWE, 117 Eatt Broadway, or ol IV K HALL, ISIS Chatham ..treet. New York, or of the autoenber on tl,? premier.. WILLIAM HAWKINS. Dated, blip, Nor. 1817. rtllin*ee md 'I O LKT?Lower |>ait ol house 131 Vanck atiett. Vrty convenieitt lor a mall family. '"*? dfit ?r tA llBl. 1C HOUHfct" he d>?p??' <1 of, situated in Ole of the b ?' luC4liiio< in the city ; it ? n..w d ilk a ?rofilaht-ard respectable htta'n ?, which can be greatly ed. Trims mod?t>ta. At'l'i* Mr. .MS RILLIVGE. Oroee*, Kl> Greenwich, near Bairl-v at. A Cotter. Sleigh, and Carm-iia Urdp, f ir nl?. <*g >t*r jS5T Kiln SALe., the cheapest Pa/iu iu iheae pails, ?,f 7t [?? acres, coon build met, plenty of fru't, wood and water. jljUL Do for eele oreichauge lor vood city property , four valuable faima and lour houses and Iota iu and nigh Plaiofirld. Do. to trade for dry goods tad trocoiiea, new homo and two ota. Do. valuable lota in Jersey City. Call on 8. VAIL. 8ntarUys, 41 Courtlandi atroet, from It to 2. Other daya, PitinAald N. J., or at '74 Washington at. Ten small I arms tor sale low. B. V n2i) Sw*m ~msL W A.STRli TO PI KCHA8E? A counter residence | 'k within H inilca ol New York, one with from J to M jwlffiL acres of land, Dear Long lal'Jid Sound, preferred. Ad'ress with full rorticolara, box T, sat Office, Poo. kfcoepaio, N Y. ?J4 CM WILLIAM BROWN'S cheap cash store, l? Chatham i^u orimaite Ri* evclt street.?< a>?npere. silk and Pur Hats, Ot er, Seal, Nutria, Cloth and Silk Velvet Caps. Several new patterns, richly trimmed and neatly Anishru. A largo mortment ol Inicy nm, I, at trimming, tplrndid lyni mufti, and ilie re U awanadnwu triuiutiiis, all of which will be told, wholesale or retail, very low. I.lf lm*ee. LAblfcV BTJoTS AND HMoEl^Loeh^i: Broadway, keep* a fin* assortment of iaoiee'and childrem boota and inoes, of the liteat American and Eu rii|ieau fashions. Orders received by the dosen from placet of f-uhionahle resort. uK lm#r seVRNTY-FIVE CENTS /or Leather do'id ^fHI/Orrr khori, warrantrd waterproof, and really wonii much aa many Shoea that aell for ?t-DAV. ?J Maiden Lane, (don't miatake the nno bei) haa of hia a?g manufictare, fifteen different kiuda andatyleaof Robber Snoef and Oyer Shoes, and received all the tint premmraa at tha recent Fair. If the anlea separate from the uppera, the ahoea will he taken back witlrmt gramhlluc, and the inouey refunded Kvery rue timer thai I beaatiaAed.il it cut nt the value of all he buy*, we ara opposed to imposition in every thane, and particularly caution hayers not to purchase any ahoea for oar make oat of any atore, nnleaa oar name ia paaled inaide. Many ahoea era told for oar make, that we never aew until they came to be eiamined. HOMAGE H. DAY. nSA 'm* Maiden lane. TH) THE LOVE KB OF BUrKHlOK BLAi.K TEA? J- HoW'iaa'a Mixture?Thia extremely drl'ci<.ua and iinpa'alleled Tea, ao highly crlel rated in Ch na and Europe, |nat imwirtnl, it t ow for tale at the Ganton Tea Compa< y'a General Tea Eatabliihmi nt. III < hvhamst. New York?in Chineae packages. Price Jtl cents arid Si. d6 lm,r I5KOKEN B*NK9 ? Bank nfL-yons, Conamerri.il Buffalo* D Lee it Gouiity. and all^other donbtful *nd broken bank oui vt.uuev, lur wnitu uio ijishcvi jincri win w iwi?i oy JAM KM k CO., d3 ec <M? Wall atrw#r. Patent preserve^ portable meats and soups. TTTARRANTED to keep anv length of Mm. in anrclimata, ?* fit: lobstere, halibut. ?had, aalmon, or ft# re. and rlama, berf, MUM, tttl, 'lurk, rhichena, turkey, beef aonp, mutton broth, ebicken ?oup, of tail inap, mock and firm turtle >oup, vegetable aonp, green peaa, muinroonia, cariou, turoipa. par nip*, tomatoa, mt'k, lie. he.; manufactured an.. told nliolcaale bv WILLIAM MULLANK, H lm*f N<acau atrect. k| | *^H \LLKNOE ?Tli* geuuine Kreoch Pill* afainat dpiJ\J\J all the 'joark aoatmou ol the aft, lor lha core of a cerfain ilwren. The French Ptlln hare been eitenaifely n?ed for th. laat tan yeara. daring fthich time more than fifty thogaand pereona ha*, teatru their anrifailed firtuea. aSuTIII a ceitaiu, ?afe, and plraaaat randy, and neeer .ana.ate even the moat delicate stomach, and taking them all in all, are the ntoat deniable remedy lor aocrat diaaaaei afar diaeore'ed. The Kienah P. I la hare bean to anireranlly ancoaaafol.'that the proprietor challenge! any o?e to piodnce a eaae they will not rote, nuder.a forfeiture of fire huudred dollare. Price one dollar per boa. Sold only at M Raaaan corner Fulton at. alt lm"r mfcdical aid. DR. (1REOORT, maiding at M Mott at root, haa long ainc faeouMy eatabltah'd hia character and qualification ? a ohyaician ; he haa therefore no further need to adrertice eieept tea aiantlaa aliaiur.ra iknf k. alill naaiw. aldivi At home* Alift reatfy fo ilminuin to the ?lifiet*d?to furt hie ptlirM< u peedity u their indtridnal wolf?r? width# rari. d tlirimilU' era will nermit. I'm tuilf rtir?? i# general *rr oof <lrd ihlr, irnnilv becaoae (hey are not |?rtn .nrnt?11 honld h# the ?h)-cl nfee?n Io'ilid fotrnt hinw ihrii diaeaae lamp. red eiih, hy which mean# poaaibly the caae may become eireeriinaly 1-iimAii m rv**n dai.aerona, or may he diaaatrooa. The way to nentd ttnpr.pet treatment and imperf.ct core# i# to obtain a little book entitled " The Rubicon " it giaea a hiatory 10 detail of the dl?ea?e, with the proieraod troe mode of treatment? by pern ami it patituli will b# aole to ondrretatid their own caae and condition. It U wnkn hy a phyaicean whoa# ampin aypent nee waa named 10 the cour- of an eatenaiee p actio# among oatienta ofihia claat, embra. ng re- ry form and eariety of tb-r diaeaae, that it i? poawbla to ttnigme. In reler-nre to rbc menu of the little book itanlf, the bmt eeidence nf iu ealae u the eotutant and increaaimr oppoaition It meete with from ttioac whoaa o-cupotion ia endangered by in rapidly iocreaaing aala. friea M Cenu Br Dr. O. at hia reaidencr. M Mott atrret, nearly oppoa.te ilte chnrch, abtinl Itt V trda rmm Chatham arjaare. and alio at the droit atorea of tha Meaara. Sanda, T? and 10* b allon at., and on b.-th cor ieta of Bro-dway and (.hambera at. Br mrrirar.?Prraona afflicted with err'etnre lion Id call on Di Utrgoiy and tnqnir-into the meriuof hia pi of car H? It it ill nm? rri.iy and willuw to t?io?e tin1 n ? mi-inno 01 raring * nUlelnr* l? o'-rdirr iitd mnt> certain thin in? common mode of treiiment. The time rrqniird to i nn bv thit m> thnd ii from qaartrf of hour lo ib?ot tin can. Thou outline to miki further inquiry Will not bo charged osca|?t for MftlcM tendered and modemte comi*Motion null that notpcetod In

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