Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 22, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 22, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX.?Ho. *3.?WhoLe Ho. 3885. To Bnalness Advertisers. Advertisers and men of business, who want to make the (election sf a vehicle for their notices in the ap preaching spring business, are particularly called to the following authentic documents, relative to the circulation of the two leading papers in the city *.? New Yobs Hebald ) Hun Office, N. Y., > J Officf., Nov. 1. 1848. ) Aug. 19, 1849. J Me 9 lap. Pe base k B boo us : Mr. H. Y. Bu nti:? ; Oentlf.mbn :? Bib .? Please to deliver at the Please deliver at the Sun Herald Office, New York OUtce, N. Y., five hundred Seven hundred and fifty reams of paper per week, for r.nn.. nrr wrrk of tfa e small sis months from the 16th of lizeil papur 33 X33? for the October, 1843, to be of this Daily Herald. quality, ilze and weight, tha Also 60 reams per week of same to be paid for in cash the large gized 33 X46 for the every two weeks. Weekly Herald,forone year M. Y. BEACH, irom this date, to be of qusli- I accept the above order, ty equal to this ipecnnet - and agree to furnish the paPayments to be made each per accordingly, i week in cash, in full for that H. V. tiUTLER. week. Aug. 31,1843, j JAMEB O. BENNETT. Witness, M. 8. Bkach, We accept the above order and will deliver it as directed. v. PERUSE fc BROOKS, IKK- ' No. 61 Liberty street. By these documents it will be seen that the Herald has a much larger circulation than the Sun, and is therefore decidedly the best for advertising. Yet we would not ask any person to select either paper, contrary to their own views and feelings. The paper maker for the Sun is a very respectable and very honorable man?and a capi tal paper manufacturer. So also are our paper makers, Messrs. Persse and Brooks, with whom we have dealt to the extent of nearly $390,000 in paper. Advertisers will remember these facts. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?published every day of the year except New Year's day and Fourth of July. Trice a cent* por copy?or $7 20 per annum-postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday morning?price 6$ cents per copy, or $3 12 per annum? postage* paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of , the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing fast. It hat the targeet circulation of any paper in this city, or the world, and it therefore, the beet channel for butintte men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. b NEW YORK LANCET, published weekly, price 12$ V cents per single copy?8 cent* by the quantity. The I price of this valuable periodical has hitherto been too * cheap, in comparison to its utility, intelligence, and workmanship. It has, therefore, been advanced to $& per annum for one year?>3 for a half year?or 12$ cents per single copy?cash in advance, and postage* paid. REVOLUTIONARY RELICS, or Littiis addressed by distinguished men to George Clinton, formerly Governor of New York, during the revolution, and first published by permission of his grandson, Col. Beekman. A beautiful octavo edition in numbers?price 12$ cents each. THP. ATHF.NRITM. a Nev Manthlt Joitinal or American and Foreign Literature, Science, and the Fine Art??Each number adorned with a beautiful an graving?price only 1'2} cents each. PRINTING of all kinds, executed at the most moderate prices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor or the Herald Establishment, Northwest coruet of Fulton and Nassau streets. AGENTS. The following is a list of the agents fbr the Herald, whe"? subscriptions will be received, and single numbers are found Mtriale regularly :? at what place. agents. Boston,. Oeorgs W. 'Uedding. Pnil..dflphia G. B. Zieber. Baltimore W. Taylor. Washington, D. C G. B Zieber A Co. Buffalo, N. Y T S. Hawks. ' New Iiavett, Conn T. H. Pease. Hartford, Conn.. J. W Judd, Albany, N. Y O. Jones. Troy, N Y H. Green. Lansingb'rg k Waterford.N Y. Thomas P. Richards. Newark,N.J D Smith. Catskill. N. Y H Rows. New Orleans J.C.Morgan. Cincinnati, O Robert Carnahan. I'atarson, N. J Matthew Dougherty. Norwich, Con Morgan SatTord. Rochester, N. Y L. Moore. Elitshethtown, N. J Samuel Crane. *.t n -wsUW V f William Solomon i^?JW DIUHlWHft, ??... St. Louis, Mo Woodward It Mathews. Charleston Amos Head. Hudson, N. Y George Clare. Augusta, Oa S.A.Holmes. , Mobile, Ala Milton Bollemet. Potighkecpaio Levi Smith, Trenton J. Kaunslcy. ritteburg. Pa Jos. P. Israel. Louisville, Ky W. A. H aide man. Wheeling. Ta. J. H. Thompson k Co. New London, Con L. L. Sperry. Newport William A. Fry. Utica J. B. Loak. Savannah, Oa Amos Head. Nashville, Tenn A. Billing*. kri HOTKL TO LET?The spurious sad splendid Hotrl ku wo ?? the Shakspere H >tel, situated on the corj4UJL'"'r of Willi nr. sod Dusue streets, new doing sn rseelle twiuier business, such as balls, concerts, kf... for which ihe hotel is so sdaatraMr adapted. The summer tn'inea* has al ways been good, and can tie increased to a much greater client by a yet son who is acquainted with Eastern and Southern people, as the e is not a location equal to it in the city, beiua Eu'lt on the highest ground, and free from n ose, turmoil, and heat of the city It is aoDtiguous to the E tslern boats, and within a few arena from tie City Hsll, Post Office, and fashionable places of amusement. To a capable perron the aubscri her would lease it on very favorable terms, that would euable him iu a lew years to make a very handsome competency. For terms apply to the proprietor, who, trom ill health, is obliged to quit the ho'el business Po.session vt?-n immediately. J>r9_w*tc HUBERT ANDERSON, Propria to MTO LET?The premises f.nmtily occupied by the late J tin, s Dobtuu, Esq. beiweeu the 4lh ami <ih a>rtines, extending from 13 to ki'h street, consisting of a spacious ami convenient dwelling, with stable and suitab'e opthouses attached, with a large aarden in perfect order, well ' tilled with every v iriely ol troll, and an atiuudance ol shruNtery?the situatio > the mml sightly on the island, commanding an rate naive view of the surrounding coonlry, and the only on* overlooking the receiving leaervoir?being a desirable reaiilmct for a private family ; or would be let to a careful tenant fnra pnblie hnuee, be inn about 5 imuutet' walk from the Kailroad. A Ian, about five acrea ol |<aature land adioining the above premiaea, to let with or williout the aamc fcnquireat 261 Jd av lone, or of W If. K. N 2-W TON, j,l7 2w*r No. 20 Chambers street. " jkut" FOK SALE CHEAP?Two fine buildings situated T7-, m a flourishing and healthy village iu N. Je.aey, suitJUiJLablv for nvrcanttle business or reaidence, will b- sold lor cash and store anode. A lao, a Farm of 170 aciea, good -and, with three dwelling h uuses,barna.Olc. aittiated near rlaitilirld, N. J. fn $ V, per acre, tod one of ki acrea good land, at S2f per acie. Also, IJ email, a o JO lurge farma, cheap, to suit the tiinea. Also, alore-hoitara, lanueriea, mills, public hou-rs, 3lc. Please call on 9. VALK, fl Cortlandt street, every 9 itti"l ly from I# to 2, or othei days at 171 VVaahlugton alreet, where lurtli. r particulars will heiiiven. jlilm'r vwa WAM'tU TO PUKCHASIt?A country reside tier within 20 mi lea of New York, one with from J to 20 JJJt arresoI tai'd.near Lung Island Round, preferred. Adtress with fall particular!, bo* 7, oat Office, Pou. hkeepsie, N V. n]4_ f>ITY HOtK.L, NlCW YORK.?-The subscriber hat again v taken the above house, which haa been trfitted ami furnished it> superior style, and will be opened on the tat of February licit. Tne whole eiterinr and interior have been painlrd throughout. The ladies'apartments ye materially improved, by widening the stairs and passages, inserting closets, having the hells waimed by fnroaces, aoit the assembly room cna/crled iipo sever *1 suns of rooms f r families, and a spacious ladies* dim' g room. The ptthlic dining room is (iratly improved, by a d 'me detiaurd to iu reaae light and ventilation, and othei ben. ficial *lt? rati roe. Mjny oi the walla and ceilings 'lave been renewed, and the Croton water is int'oduced on' the estab'ishmrut. The house will be amplt i.mviitail wilh wVW.V mull sile the business will k> -MulHMaJ ill In- mtrni lib. rai'maunor, and the aub.enbrr. and Mr. Wi>Iinl, who will hu .aaonaled wuh htm, rerpectlully policit tl* r,mnB of ,hrirold fr,eu,u"dlorf?8r?R JENiNoa. Nrw YnrV. J -n. IM3 ji '? Iwrrc. vTaU I'll1 Uli 1 K-TH A.N U ?Wt.El' BRI? A 4 H.?The whole wo>ld cannot prodnce a batter preparation for cleaninil the teeth, heepu g them tro.n a< hunt and decay, hir len tl.e cum* aid the oreath, than Sherman a Orria Tootn r*?re. 'I he only peileet and deliri?a-. d>nilfrice e*er offered toihembliC. It w naed and recommeudi d by the lirat lamilira in Ameiiea, and hat rrcentlybern iota ^ced into the'amilira ol a- eeral of the nobility in England arts, wince. Dr. Cattle 2117 B'way, one of onr fiiat dentiata ; Dr. Itllfc*?, the ocnljat ; 1 he Hon. B. H. Beardaley, O n. Winehea'er of the New World, and nearly eyery phyaieian and dentiet in thia < ity.uae* nnd neomini uda Mherman's Onii Tooth I'aate aa the heat of all preiunatiotM for the tareih. Dr. Hiermm'a warehouae ia ai 10ft Naaaan atreet. A?eni<. no, 271 and 450 Broadway , UK Bower,: 1!7 Hndaon afeet:77 Kaat Broadway: lift Wi'liam triet; III Aa'or Houa ; lit Fulton atreet, Brnoltlvi : t Mate at eet, Burton; 4 Sianwi* Hill Alha iy ; 4t We?lminaierat. Pine d, ic e, 1 Ledger Bnildiuga, Philadelphia; aud 147 Main a'rc? t.toin inoa'i. " jylOr 'I'D i hk. LOV Etta Ob t*Ufk.HTT)H BLACK Th.A? I llow toa'a Miatore?Tint eitremely and unparal leled I'aa, ao highly celebrated ui 4Jh>na and Kuru|>e, ,nal im ported, ia ow I'm aale at the Canton IVi Cmien' y ? Oeurral l >.i Lauhliahrn, nt, 111 Chatham at. New York?in Chiurae I :. man. Pnra Ml renta and tl jll laa?r UOR SAUK?A'o. ol Slate Pouda, 01 naic ealue, will T he in hanged fur gooda. Addreaa J. Y. C., at thia nlflke. _Jyt.Pt: I IVER^OOL COAL?170 Chaldrona beat Orral Coal in or aala in lota to anit pmchaac.-r, by JOHN HERD MAN. i I % E NE NE EOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OK PACKETS. For the better accommodation of slnpiiers, it i^nteuded ta ieipa;ch a ship t'roin thia oort ou the In, ith, loth, Utli 2llih, ami Uth ol each inouth, com i r.liciiijc the 10th Octolier and cohtiuuui( uniil May, when regular daya will he appointed for the reraiuilerof the year, whereby great delay* and disappointments will he j revented (Joring the summer inontha. The following dupe wiii commence this arrange incut : onip 1 a?uu, lyBiKim t'Orueii. Ship OCONEE. Captain Jackton. Ship MISSISSIPPI. Captain Hilliard. Ship LOUISV'ILLE, Cajitain Hunt. Slup SHAKSPEAliE, Caj uu Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham Bhip HUNTSVILLE. Captain Mnmford. Bhip OCMULGEE, Captain Lravitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. Bliip MEMTHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain MulfortL These ship, were all built in the city of New York, express for packets, are of light draft of water, hare recently beeu wly cojqiered anJ put in splendid order,with accommodations 'or passengers unequalled lor comfort. They are commanded by ei|>erieuced masters, who will make every eierti.ii to give reueral satisfaction. Tney will at all times be lowed up and town the Mississippi by, steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of these ships will be responsiole fpr jewelry, bullion, precious atones, silver or plated ware, jr for any letters, parcel or package, sent by 3 ipttt on board of them, unless regular bills if lading are taken for the same ,aud the value theieou expressed. Ver freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS It CO., 56 South st, or HULLIN tk WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods correct'y measured. ml NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. r? ailfrom New York on the 25th and Liverpool on the ISth qf each mttnlh. ^T>OM NKW YOMIT^ Rhtp OAKRICK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25lh October. Shin ROSCIU8, Captain John Collins, S6t)i November. Ship 8IDDON8. Captain E. B. Cobb, 25th December. Bhip SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyiter, 25Ut January. Fkom I,i.KHrn?L. Ship 8IDD0N8, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. Ship SHERIDAN,.Captain E. A. Depeytter, 13th Novem'r. Ship GARUICK, Captain Wit. nkiddy, 13th December. Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collitia, 13th January. There i hips arc all ol the first class, upwards ol I3M w:us, built lOthe city of New York, with such improvements a rcombtue treat speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $100, for which ample stores w ill be provided. These ships are cpmmandrd by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general atufac ton Neither the captains or owners of the shi|<s will be responsible for ai y letters, |?rcels or packagrs sent by them, unless regular b- 'Is of lading are signed therefor. For Ir-ight oi pass tab. apply to E. K. COLLINS it CO., 56 South St., New York, or to WM. it JAS. BROWN h CO., Liverpool. Letters by the lockets will hecftrged I2.H cents persingle sheet; 50 cents per ounce, and newspapers 1 cent each. ol OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. M- M M. ""PHE of PsflS^ST Liverpo^^^^Tercafter be J- despatched in the following order, excepting that when the lay of sailing falls ou Sunday, the ships will tail on the succeeding day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June 1 July 10 616 tons. {Oct 1 Nov 19 D. U. Bailey, f Feb X Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug 7 750 tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 B, L. Waite. f Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug 19 800 tons. < Nov 1 Dec 19 J. Rathbone, f March 1 April 19 The EUROPE. (July 19 Sept 7 610 tons, < Nov 19 Jan 7 E.G. Marshallf Mar 19 * May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, C Aug 1 Sept 19 61S torn. j Dm 1 Jan 19 A. B. Lowber.r April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, (Aug 19 Oct 7 900 tons, < Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B. Cropper.f April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE, (Sept I Oct 17 860 tona, tjan 1 Keb 17 W. C Barstow.f May 1 June 19 The COLUMBUS, (Sept 19 Not 9 700 lout, < Jan 19 Mar 9 O. A. Cole. (May 19 July 7 Punctuality, as regards the day of sailing, wiil be observed as heretofore. The price of passage out ward is now filed at One Hundred Dollars, lor which ample stores of ever? description wi|l be provided, v. itli the exception ol wines and liquors, which will be lUrnished hythe stewards. GOODHUE Hi CO , 8( South St., C. H. MARSHALL. 38 Burling-slin.N.Y. ieJI lvh BAKING BROTHERS & CO.. LW1. TAPSCOTT'S GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. ^ The subscribers beg to call the. attention of their friends aid the public generally, to their superior arraugemeuts ft bringing out passengers from, and remitting money to, any ppr' of England, lielaud, Scotland or Wales, in tne magnificent packet ships, comprising the " NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL RACKETS,* V1Z.:Sliip KOSClUS, ('apt. Collins. Ship SIDDON'S.CaiitainCobb. Ship IDAIN, Captain Depeyster. Ship GAHRK K, ' apisin SlidJy. New shin IIOT'I lN'OUER, Captain Btirsley. Ship SOUTHER NEK, Captain Woodhouse. Ship ROCHESTER.Captain Palmer. New ship LIVERPOOL. Captain Eldredgr. Sailing twice ever)-month; mil with the" UNITED LINE," composed of superior first class Am rican shi|im, sailing every ten days, will make five ships in each month throughout the year, (or one every six days) thereby pieveutiug llie post! bility of unnecessary detention. Passages direct from Loudon, Bristol and Greencck to New Yoik Altofom Liverncol to New Orleans, Mobile, Sava*? is *h, Charleston. Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the vario s port in British North America, can at all times be engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send lor thrir friends, will not Tall to arc ho advantages to be derived tiom selecting tliia line in preference to any other, and they may real assured that unusnal care will be taken to make .he passage agreeable, the ahipa being fitted np with an eye aolelv to the com'ort of paaaengera. In all eases where fhe parties aeut for decline coming, the mouey will be refund d without any deduction, as usual. A free iwssage liom the various seaports of Ireland and Scotland, car dsn be secured. The regular pm keta for which the subscribers are agent*, sail a* follows, vit '.?To aod from London on the 1st, lOth, and ?o li of eacl. rnon'r. To ami from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, I3ih, ig'li, and 25th of each mouth New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, an . Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons in the country wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the sum tiiey wish sent, with the name and address of the parties to receive it, m, y rely on a draft for the unount being forwarded per fir?t packet, after the receipt thereof, and an acknowledgement for the same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, without discount or any o'.h< r charge, at the National and Provincial Banks of Irelai d and branches, Eastern Bauk e( Scotland, Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Ru't, Son It Co., Bankers, London, Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and in ?very principal town of Great Bri'ain and Ireland. Further particulars made knowu <>u application, if by letter, post paid, to d5v r W.gtJ. T. TAPSCOTT. 43 Peck Slip, N. York. ^H^^?T8 undermeiiliuued shins will be regularly dispatched from hence ami Irom Marseilles on the 1st of each month during the year, thus? From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA.Capt Brown, N .r 1. Jan 1 H'RYTHOMPSON. Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. Feb 1 COURIER, Cant Dugari, Jan I. Marl TRE8COTT, Capt Lawrence, Feb I. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adams, Marl. Mayl CORIOLANU8, Cap Haile, Apl 1. Jun I They are all coopers a and copper fastened,and hare excellent accommodations for passengersThe price of cabin passage will be $100, exclusive of wines andliqeors. Goods addressed to BOYD & HINCKEN, the t gents, will be forwarded free of other haiges than those actually paid. For freight or passage apply to O. BROOM A CO.. or to oMt BOVD k HINCKEN^. Agenta SPRING- ARRANGEMENT EUR 18J3. m m. M. &L OLl^dTABLTtiHEl) E]VfiOrK7&T Pa55aT;E OFFICE. No. M SOUTH STRKET, N. V. PASSAGE to and (rnm Great Britain and Irel tid by the re1 *ular line of packets, taping on the lit, 7th, I3th, t'th ?nd tith of each month. The old Ula-g Hall line of imrkela are aa followft ? Ship NEW YORK, Capiain Cropper, " CAMBRIuOE, Captain B.<rstow, " COLUMBUS, Captain Cole, " EC ROI'K, Captaiu Kttrher, " SOUTH AVEKIU \ .Captain Dailey, " NORTH AMERICA. Captain Lowher, " ENGLAND, Captain Waite, " OXk ORl>, Captain Ralhbone. The Cotnmercial Line is compoaed of forty anperior. faat ailmg ahipa, all commanded by men of (treat experience. Firt el isa sh'pa will al'O be despatched Irom Liverpool to Bo?ton, New Orlrana and Mobile, three timet per month: to Balii more, Charleston and Savannah, twice a month; to th- ililTerCDt porta in Bntiah Noith America weekly. I he anhaeriber, in making known hit arranitementa f?r the year IM1, begs to "all the attention of thoae prraona reaming in the Uuired Stale* and Canada, who with to at nd l?r their frirnda to comr Irom Kna land. Ire Ian t, Scotland and W tlea, that they can always be acr. mm. dated by tne lineol packet ahipa tailing aa abate; and in nider to give more facility and rpnek deal aim to the emigrant, lir?t claaa wt ll-knonu American ahipa, compriaing the Commercial Line will, in addition to the ptckeu. he deepnichrd by tiia Livt rpool agriita, every three or four ilaya daring the sratun, thereby avoiding auy detention. 1'hose lending for their frtenda inay real assured .hat every thing connected with hia buaineaa will he executi d witn hia nanal promptnraa With theae airaiigementa ihe subscriber hopes to command a preference fbr thia line, ami a cotituiu lion of the public patronage which hia Keen ao liberally bestowed for many yeara past; and iu all casea when parties decline coining the money la relnnd. d, hs eiiMi mary; a tree paaaage can also be seen red by steamboats Iroin ihe differest porta in Inland and S"otland to Ltvet|iool. t "'m',u,DC, a auil Ural's?With regard to hia arrangrmrnU ror the payment of his drafts, they are auch aa to warrant every aatislactiou, and are paid at all the hanking homes on d< mano, throughout Great Bi itain and Ireland 1 lioae peraona, therefore, llirnuglioat ihe United State, who wish to remit money to their Itlends residing in any part of the United Kingdom, will 1."' I,0l('^? 011 'he receipt ol the amount here, with name and ??(? VI mi I'triy 10 icceive II, a dmll lor lite amount at he wlr ol tJ twr |*>uud arerling, will be forwardi 'I per ateain ehipv Or by that packet eliin and a receipt or duplicate of aama relumed through (he licet office Kor farther particular!apply, (if by litter poet paid) 10 J Ji.HKBDMAN, 61 South etreet, or J V W. Hi iBIN ?ON, Oorer Planar, and Neptune at. VVat. rloo Dock, Liverpool. In Scotland?Mceare Daniel Wright lit Co., (Jlaegow. In Ireland? Dunne U< '-nv, Km|., lo,i 1,1,,,; Me>ere. Joerph Alh n fc ( o , B> Hart; Mr- Win. (airne, Londoiiderry; A. Mur ray, Eny , Coik. d?3ec THE A nin ve. vary ol the Birth of Robert Burna will be celebrated at the Bine Bonnet Honae, 17 Spruce atreet, on ihe ?'ith January uietant, Rt 7 o'clock evening. An luauumrntal ^4 ? ?&e" MCe,,d*"Ce K?'1J wVISfif. S^rX'y. M W TO :w YORK, SUNDAY MO fgg- |g AJBPAS^VO^'ROM ORE^TntTrAIN AND IK?TAND 11V THE BLACK HALL OR OLD LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool ou the 7lli and 19th of every month ] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friend* can make the necessary arrangement? with tlie subscribers, and have them come out in thi* superior Line of Tacketa, sailing from L iyernaol unctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. Tl ey will also have a rtrat rate class of American trading aliipa, t.ulno' every aii day*, thereby affording weekly communication from that port. One of the lirin ( V1r. James D. Roche) is there, la see tnat they shall be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, wi.hout any reduc tion. Tne Black Ball, or Old Line of Liver|>onl Packets, compriae the following munificent Shins, viz :? The OXKOHD, The NKW YORK, CAMBHIDUE, COLUMBUs, KUnoi'E, SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. With auch au|>erior anil unequalled aiiangemeals.lhe aubacriber*.confidently look forw ird for a continuance of thataupIKirt which ha* beeneileudrd to thein so many year*, for which they are giateful. Tltoae proceeding, or remitting money to their relative*, can at all times obtain Drifts at eight for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bnik of Ireland, Dub I in, "l*n on Meaara. PKESCOTT, ORG I E. AMES St CO. I Bankers, London.. which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply,or add.ess, (if by letter, postpaid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS St CO. :?4 Pulton street, New York, neit door to the Fultou Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liver|iool Packets sail troin this poit for Liverimol on the 1st and 19th of each mouth. Parties returning to the old country will find it to th ir comfort and adv uitage to select this favorite Liue for their conveyance, in preference to any other. d'ri r AASJ- OLD ESTA B LI S Ft ED E.MlGnAN 1' I'Aa jdHMFy9AOE OKKI ;E,6I South st'eet, New York?RegJKMiallfaeu'ar Line of Packets?The suhsc.tber continues to bring ?ut |ieisons f.oin any part of Ureal Britain and lieland. who may be engaged by their friends her.-, hy the regular line of packet sliii>s, idling every six days 'rem Li .erpool. Persons sending lor their frien la, mav rely that just care will lie taken 'o liasethein despati h-d wiltiout delay iu Liverpool,and will always endeavor to merit a coutinua ice of the public patronage which has In-en so liberally bestowel for BUSY years pas'; and llio-e remitting money can have drafts payable at all the Banks and branches throughout the United Kiugdom. For further particulars, np ly [if by letter, post paid] to J?r JOHN HEHDMAN. 61 H. mh ?t. JJg- FOR LIVERPOOL?NEW LINE?.Regulai JHRVW Packet of 25tf Jmuwv. The Splendid Packet ship f^jSttCsSHEKIDAN, Captain F.A. Deiwysler,of 1000 ton*, will positively sail as above, tier regular uav. For freight of passage, having accommodations unei|ualled for splendor or comfort, apply on boar I, at Orleaus wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. k. COLLINS fc CO. Jti South street. Price of passage, $100. 1 ne Packet Slop Owrick, Captt. William Skiddy, of 1000 tons, will succeed the Sheridan, and sail the 25th February, her regular day. L Iters for the ships of this will only be received at Gilpin's and Hale's News Room. Passengers may rely on the ships of this line sailing punctually as adrertised <1J7 r _ NEW LINE LIVERPOOL PACi ETS.-Parket 25th January.?The Milcndid well known fist jjkMlfa sailing packet ship SHERIDAN, Captain Depetster, will sail positively as above, her regular day. The ships of this line are all 10(10 tons burthen, and upwards, and their accommodations lor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, are well known to be superior to any oilier liue of packets. Persons desirous of securing berths should not fait to make early application on board, foot of Wall street, or to W.k.l. T.TAPSCOTT. 43 Peck Slip, cor. South st. Persons desir >us of sending for their friends can have them brought out by the aoove favorite shin, which leaves Liverpool on I Jth March, or any of the regulai line, and those wishing to remit inooey ran be supplied with drafts for any am um payable mi dem<ud, without discount, iu a'l the principal towns of G-e?t Bri'ain an I Ireland. Apply as above. jvftr AdSdf- PACKET FOIl HAVKE.?f Second Llue)-The wWfV Ship ST. NICOLAS, John D. Pell, master, will JBImIm sail on the Jst of Februarv. BOYD tk H1NCKEN, _jyl! r No !> Tontine Building, 6lG& DRAFTS ON IRELAND, fcc.?The s .bscn KrSRa|V continue to give drafts payable on demand, wit tit MflBtauiicouDi, or any charge wnacso' ' IN 1 llr.LAND?Tin National Banko ill* Pro! cial Bank of Ireland, and their nranches in IN ENGLAND AND WALES?Messr s Bull. Sou A Co.. bankers, London, the Exchange ai count Bank, Liverpool,aud their br-nches throughout I id Mil Wale*. IN SCOTLAND?The Eaitern Bank i-otlaud, the Greenock Banking Company, and branr the principal towns; Sir Wm. Forbes. Hunter A Co. Persons in the couurry wishing to reuut money to their frieuds in any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, by enclosiug the ainonut they wish to remit to the subscribers, with the name and address of the parties to whom it is to be sent. A draft for the amount will be forwarded the fi at racket after the receipt thereof, aud acknowledgement of the same returned per first post. dZr W In J T. TAPSCOTT. 4S Perk.lip, New Vork. K EMIT TANCfetS TO Im KUAHO, Us.., V, _ kJMySV l'"e subscriber coutiniies to transmit money, in sums 4Oai|0^ldrKe or small to iiersous residing iu any part, of Irelaud, in the same maimer ts lis, aud his predecessor in business have done for the last hirty years, and more; also, to any part of England or Scotland. Money re nitted bv letter (postpaid) to the snbscriber, or yrsonafly deposited witn him, with the name of the person or persons m Ireland, Eueland or Scotland, to whom it ia to lie srni,and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted ami paid accordingly, am) a receipt to that effect given or forwarded to the seuder. In like maimer money with or claims on |>eraons in any part ol Ireland, England or Scotland, can he collected by the subscriber, for persons residing in any part of the United Statea, or Canada, and will be pain to theni accordingly. jl2 In'r OEOWGE VV nillhfc It . <t* < V-Sr st 4**- REMITTANCES TO ENGLAND, IKELAND SCOTLAND AND WALES.?Persons proceed JMlillbs M or mini MM to any |wito! the old country can at all times obtain rom the subscribers sight, for any amount on the Royal Bauk of Ireland and on Messr*! Prescott, Grole, Ames A Co, Bankeis, Loudon, which are paid free of discount or anv charge wluUoevu. in all the nnucinal towns of the United Kingdom. For terms. ?p|>ly or address, if by letter, host hud, to ROCHE BROTHERS & CO., 35 Fulton st, nest door to the Fultoa Bank. P. S ?The subscribers will as lit retofore have a regular sticcession o* first c'ass American ships, sailing weekly Irom Liv I tool, curing the eomiw year 1813. For passage, apply as shove <I3? r FRANCIS* PA"ft NT LIFE UUAT8. THF^objeci of this invention is to save human life. The number of passengers and other persons saved by ^UhflBstoex' boats from wrecks in storms when the ordinary boal? have rwami ed is over 150. The nnniberof |iersons drowned forwent of the Lite Boats at the burui g and wrecking of steamboats and other vessels is according to accounts published the past month over 556. It is impossible to swamp this boat. The price vaiies from $75 to to $400, according o the number of persons they are required to carry, with the bottom stove in. The class of boats for picking up men failing overboard, are so Ihtht as to require hut two men to handle them, and by the new apparatus can be set iu the the water in 30 seconds, with two men iu her ready for the rescne. As the safety of vessels at sea ?ep?uds mainly on the services of the crew, this class of boats is intenden lor their preservation. Office of FRANCIS' Patent Life Bnat7 Wall it, tig At Adswis h On.N Kspress Office UK 111811 AINU nuHm A.tlbliiCAN hlH AC M.'.iL stf;am ships, Of 1200.t?ns and 440 horse power each. Under contract with the Lords of the-Admiralty. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, Commander. CALK HON I A, K. O. Lou. do ACADIA, A. ltyrie do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, R N do Will aail from Boaton, via Ha!-ifax. raoM hoitok. raoM Livr.arooL. Britannia, Hewitt, Jan 1 sc Caledonia, Lott, Feb 1 Jan 4 Acadia, Hyrie, Mar 1 Feb 4 Columbia, Miller, Ap'l 1 Mar 4 Passage Money?From Boaton to Liver|<ool, (13'<? Boston (0 Halilaa (20. Thrae alii|>a carry experienced surgeons. No Bertha aecnred until paid fcr. Note.?Merchandize and Specie (except for perasnnl ex prnaea) shinned under the name of luggage will be charged aa freignt, aud liable toCnatom Houae Regulations. Apply to _o5y_r I). BKIOHAM. JR., No. 3 Wall-at. ST A l b IN ISLAND FLAKY. Foot of Whitehall atreet On and after Dec. 3d, the steamer 8TATKN ISLANDER, will run aa lollowa, until further notice t? LEAVE STATIN ISLAND. NEW YORK. n'i A. M, 9 A.M. 10 12H 2T. M. Jja P. M, d:i r 4 V -/**I ROTCp: OPPOSITION TO CAT?" KILL, and intermediate landings, without tow 3EwnJHt>2K.bnraes?Regular days from Cattsbill, Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays. Fiom NewOforb, Tuesdays, Thursdays ami S.itnrdaya.?Fare to or from Cattakill, 50 cents. ?Bertha 25 Cents?Stt(,per 25 cents. The new and fast steamer WAVK, Captain Vanderbilt. will lesvr Robinson at. pier Thursday Nor. 17th, at live o'rlncg. For fnrllu r partienlara imjuire of the c*. Win on board. By running on the days'ahnvr namrd, there will bi a daily com mouieafion h- twtti Cataltill and New York (and in tsrmediaie places) for freight and passage at reduced prices. n6r aa- RAM. ROA ) USE OF S I AUKS m?? FRO v) NEW YORK TO BEDFORDWPv*'ssrw On and aR. r Tuesday, January 3d, 1813, the ?ut'?i ribers will rim a line of stages Iroin Bedford to New York three times a week, aa follows:? Leaves Beelr'a Mansion Houae, Bedford, every Monday, WedD'sday and Fridav morning at 8H o'eloc_. Leaves the Hail Road Hotel, corner of Bowery and Broome ats, New York, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday moitiiug, by the 9 o'clock ca a, passing Marble Hall, East

Cheater, and through White Flatus, Bobbins' Mills and Mile Square to Bedford. HIRAM DEFOREST. O. C. LEWIS m ? , n. , r 0i _ n Proprietors. 1 lir urn u11( Uiiir in nin^n will COOUUIIC II) IUII lltirlnit trie winter from While Plain* every day at 8 o'clcrk, and New Yoik at 2 o'clock, P. M., Sunday* exci sed H1HAM DEFOREST, j5 lm*r Proprietor. HARNDK.VS. ADA VIS', * TUMEROY'S EXP MESS. ?Per ton* in the habit o| aeudiiiK to thi* city for my lemedie* for chronic dl?eaar?, with dirt etiom lor their u*e, are informed thatthev will hereafter be promptly forwaided bv either of time line*, according to direction*, free of any other , clue iliau the ,|uaiilily ordered H. H. 8HERWOOD, M DNew Vork' Jan. 10. 1242 _jyll lm*r Ml 91' ? I'artie* nd ball* attended Willi inutic? S Sttnpaon oiler* to the cititen* of New York and it* vicinity, Ivlnniiahl* quadiille*. w 111 re*, Sat played by itood mniician*, from ihre ui til in number, a* may be d(?ired. Order* left at 2( Heaile street pn n iualiy att- tilled to. jyl8 I2t?m THt lifcK-MAN SUKGKON.vjOLOMOM HINK, M. t?.. No 17 Heade meet, New York III ?crolnla aud chronic dieaee* no charge made till tin iietient n iatialied?iiiedicme delivered itiatia. All pt-raona de formed, under tweuty-one year*, can have their bone* arraiyht it, tl. Helereucea given aa to uumerout pi.ueui* whotmte aeUCUied Id thiacitv. 0*7 tin ? UNt'UHhKNi' MONEY ol all kind*, tmrenateu at lh? loweit market rate* by S. J. S Y I. V K. "TEH'S, /4 Wull 'V* nm*f1wj?y V ALT?2760*ack* Aahtoii'* Salt, I tctory filled now landiuy irom ifiip Shetidan, and lor *ale by I dki I k. K. COLLINS It CO. % Soeth >t. >RK I RNING, JANUARY 22, 1 NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. ft! Pare rednceil to 25 cent*. KnJni tneloot of Ceurtlandt street, New York. (lOvery day?Sunday naif epted.l Leovea New Y":k Leaves Newark At 9 A. M. At 1 P. M. At lb A. M. At 1H P. M. 1IX do. 4 do. 8 do. 3>? do. i\ do 9 do. 6 do. 7 do. 11 It do. ON SUNDAYS. Piom the foot o( C?urtlandt street. Leave New York, Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. and Od P. M. At 1* P. M. and 10 P. M. NKW YOlfK, KLI/ABETH TOWN. Leave New York. Leave P.liiabeth Town. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. 2 P. M. 8? A. M. 2* " 10* A. M. <X P. M. IX M. S P. M. 9X " The train* Co* We?tfield. Plaiufuld. Bonudbrook, Somerville, fcc., connect with the 9 A M, 2 anil 4X P M train* Irom New York, (I,lily, Humlavi < m t-iiii il. Fare between New York .ind Elizabeth Towu 25 cent*, fare beiweeu do nnd Soinerville.75 cent*. NEW YORK. RAHWAY AND NEV^ BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. Frora the foot of Liberty ?treet, daily. LeaiW New York. Leare New Brum wick. AlT9 A. W. At 5X A. M. 2X P. M. 7? " 4X " 12X M 9 P. M. On Snud.iys the 5X and 7X A.M. trip* from New Bruniwick and 2X P. M. trnin from New Y irk, are omitted. Kate between New Yo-'t and New Brunawick, 75 cent*. Railway, 50 cent* The far# in the 5* and 7)? A. M. trainf rom New Bruniwick, and 2% and iX ?. M. train from New York, ha* been re faced. New York and New Bruniwick, to 50 cent*. " and Railway M " rasaeiurer* who procure their ticket* at the ticket office, re seive a ferry ticket {rati*. Ticket* are received by the con Inctoronlv on the div when pun-bawd. nit 3m* WINTER ARRANGEMENT. NEW YORK AND PIWLADEcPHIA ICATEEOAD LINE DIRECT. Via Newark, New Bruniwick, Princeton, Trenton, Borden town and BuHituttnn. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. i.enve New York, from the foot of l.ihertv af reet, dailv. at 9 I A M vid P M. TUc morning U'ne proceeds to Mordentown, from thence by steainnoat to t''iila<1elphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden, (opposite Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure tneir tickets at the office foot of Liherty strew, where a commodious steamboat will be in readinesss, with (luggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are couveyed from city to citT, without heinft opened by the way. Pinch train is provided with a Ladies Car, in which are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for the Ladies use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Chestnut street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.aud 5 o'clock, P M. The Lines for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, sud 4 P M, beiuga continuation of the lines from New York. >?8 3in*r DAILY PACKAGE EXPRESS! CAR KOR ALBANY, TROY, AND BUFFALO. By City to Albany in Twelve Hours. Leaves at 7 o'clock in the morning. The subscribers have made arrangements with the Hnusatoui Rail Road Company, to ran an Express Car (exclusively for ou' own purpose) daily, over their road with the passenger train, running through to Albany in twelve hours, and are now prepared to receive and forward at low rates. Specie, Bauk Notes, Packages, Bales and Cases of Goods, kc., for any of :<e above named or intermediate places. Will attend promptly to the collection and payment of bills, notes, dinitsanJ accounts, and sncli other business as may be eu'ru:.: d to tl.eircare. _d2r I'OMKHOY It CO 2 Walls'reet. New Vork. PULLEN &: COPP'S N E AL Messrs. Harnden k Co. having disposed of their route from New York to Albany and Troy, the subscribers, the old conductors of Haruden St Co's Northern Express, from New York, will contiune to rou as heretofore-leaving New York, Albany and Troy, Daily , and connect at Troy with Jacobs' Montreal Express, and will forward Specie, Batik Notes, Packages. Biiudles.Cases of (foods. We., v- Oit place between Nvw York and Moritreal, and throughout the Canada's. Also East, from Troy and Albany to Boston, and West from Albany to Buffalo. All business entrusted to their charge will be promptly,attended to. I'arlictil ir attention will be paid to the collection of notes, drafts, acceptances, lie., and prompt returns made for the same, PULLEN it COPP. Offers?Pullrn It Coop, 2H Wall street, New York. Tuos. (sough, 15 Exchange, Alimiiy. A O. Filkitis, 228 Hiver street, Troy. 8. Jacob's Exchange Court, St Paul st, Montreal. REFERENCES. New York. Albany. Thot. rrime. Ward St King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little, it Co.. Thos. (Jough. P. W ells, John T. Smith, It Co., 8. K. Stow, Penoon It Hoffman, C. S. Douglass, Carpenter St Vertnilye, V. Leake Hoiuhtou St Co. Drew, Robinson It Co. nil NEW YORK-AND BOSTON KAIL, HOAD LINE. Via Norwich and Worcester Railroads. Composed of the following superior steamers running in connection with the Norwich St Worrestet and Worcester St Boaton Rail Roads? WORCESTER, Capt. J H. VandcrbilL NEW HAVEN, Cspt. J. K. Dustan. CLEOPATRA, Capt . On and after Monday, Nov.2lst,this line will be run tri-weekly, leasing New York, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only, at 4 r. M. _ The new and splendid steamboat NEW HAVEN, Captain J. K. Dustan, will leave every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. PasseHgrrs for Boston will be forwarded immediately on the arrival of the shore boats at Norwich, and will proceed without^ change of cars or baggage. For further information, enquire at the office of D. B. ALLEN, 39 Peca slip, up stain. All penons are forbid trusting any one om account of ths above boa Is orowuen. n25r GOURAUb'S POUbRE SUBTILE, FOR COMPLETELY AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATING SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. rPHE nuiversil poeuUnry of this tus'ly relehrated Chemical J Preparation for the destruction of the strongest and toughest Hair, front the soil down on It-males unner lio and arms to the stubborn beard of m n, needi not a word of comment iu its |>rai?e. It is sufficient to siy that it is to be round in thi* city only at the old and original office 67 Wa'ker ?t, one door from Broadway II w|oni, Beware of deleterious inntatioaa. Wher* alio inay be had OOURAUD'H 12 A U 1) E BKATJTE. unriealled for eitermin lint; Tan, Pimples, Blotcliei, Hallowneaa, Hon s, and all cntan-ous eruptions, anil eliciting a healthy j jverule bloom. V per bottle. Oonrand'i Vegetanle Lionel Rouge,?a superb article, and the only one in use. VI Cents |ier bottle. Goiiriud'g Blanc D'Espagne, an eicellent preparation (or imparting a pure, life like whiteness to the complexion, free from the injurious properties generally entering into combination for iIih purpose. Put IP in elegant boxes at 2") cents each. Abchts.?New York?Albany, Guthrie, 4 Maiden Lane; r<>UKhkr?|nie, Jared Uray; Uttca, Wade, druggist; Hamilton, M. (At. Gregg 8t Grants; Louisville. Lonii Co.; W. A. Chaae; Goshen, Kiliott. Ccnn., Mren, Chapel it, N<* Huen; W. Faulkner. Norwich; Wells & Humphreys, Hartford; Chines Dyer. J'., Providence; Thomas, New|iori; Clowes, hairdresser, ?*prinicli<-l<l; Greene !k Co., Word stcr; Burt, Lull" Falls; Cnggeshall, South Secood ?t, New Bedford; Jordan, 2 Milk street, Boston; Lowell. Carleton It Co.; Salem, Ives; Newburyport, Hodite; Portsmouth, Prest n; PoiHand, r.irker, Fxchauge it; Bangor, Guild; ilallowrll, Bcamrnoa. New Jersey?Newark, I'rippe; Pniiceton, Dr. Peabrook. Pa., Plula , 76 < hesriut (tree.. Laocalter, Heiuilesh, druggist; HarrisburghK.ihititou i'eriodiCil aKent; Pittsburgh, Turtle; Cincinnati, Thomas 8t Co, Main street; Va, Rtcnmond, Mn Frayzer; D. C. Washington, Seihy Parker; Alexandria. C. C. Berry; Mil., Ballimote S. S Ilancr, <tr. Ike Applications lor agent eiri must be |*>st paid (none othel* are taken from the post-oifice) and ace aropnuied with a N. V. city reference, unexceptionable. Within a few yeara thia remarkable and uieful chemical invention lor rom|iletely eradicating snperltuous hair, hsa attain d the hi. hn-t pitch of celebrity, nnil consequently excited the cuprclity of a neit of haie couiifeilYiters, who attempt to an itch fromlhe inventor the jmt recompense for hit labor. Porehaiera fkoxld therefore be on their guard and ?ee that erety bo tle offhe Poodre Subtile is square, and F Felix Gonrsnd, Pondie Subtile, N. Y., east in each bottle, and the Doctors far simile enframed on the outside wraptrer. Directions, French anil F.oglish, accompany each bottle. Remember th" only office in N. V. for the abo"e eelehrated Cosmetic, is C7 Walkeratrect.onc door from Broadway, jt 1 in r HAVANA ?Mrs. West's Bontding house has hecn entirely refilled and prepar d for the reception of travellers. The loea'ion ot'lliis house, No. 1 Calle .Son Prrlrn mfrenrlt ile la Machinn, is decidtdly anpmior to any other previously eatab ian?d iu 'his city. It is directly upon the rfsy, at ihe teruiiii iiioii of ine Cominercul wharf and adioiumg the iim'ioat landing, commandi'g ail exteneire and tieautifui view ol 'heriitire hatbor, Willi the adjacent country, towns and vi'lsges. and possessing ihe advantage of a much fresher ni l |M 61 ii tliui'li- tnteitnr streets of the cily. although t? is withiu the usual business limi s. The m jonty of the apa ttn nls ate iiiin ually lofty, siacioiti and airy, and it may be confidently sYitcil that uo place in this par ol the Island olTets greater advantag- to tha traveller or invalid for a winter residence. The prop ietori again cantion strangers destined to Havana, to briim with them a passport, sinned or verified by a Spanish Consul, which ti| oil arrival is taken bv the Boardinn liffirnr, and in rotiforiniiv with wh eh a permit to Uisrmbiik with luggage, Sac. his lobe procuied by some resident of the place The Clerk of the Home w ill attend to this fmmality, which it tigidly enl"need In the (J overnment, and passenger* desirous of going to Mri. West's, by sending then names up to the Honse will tie relieved immei.i.itrly. If they < sn advise hy a previous vesse of the.r inieiition to emtiaik, iwtints can be l>roeiired in snticipalton, whicn in the event of their arriving late in thi day, will nhviat a detention of from 2 to 21 hours on board. Travellers may leave directions at Home to have their letters sddres'td to the rare t f Mr. C. 8. West, ('aktitg care to have hia name distinctly written, as veiy frt qnent n istskes are merle with 'oieign names at the Havana |h st office) ?h ch will ensure lit it earliest delivery through Ills bo*, ana taeir safe keei it! hi ogse of ih ence. American and Knghth coin received in payment, and lelttrs of er? do for moderate am, lints negotiated or leceived. jy!7 lawtw* ACCOUNTANT-The suhseriiter, for many years a time ttesl Book keepei in this city, prop sesto write tip. adjntC or baia cr, any sett of books ol account, embracing the ship" pi ig, importing, foreign and domestic commission and iniuir tsctunng business, with despatch, and upon reasonable terms. N. 9. LCULUM' iyl6 iw*?? No. M Yeucyit. IERA , g 843. *Vnahlngton. [Corrpipondence ot the Herald.) I Washington, Thursday nighr,) Jan. 19, 1&13. $ The Arbitrary Conduct of Poetmaetere? llemo?Tlin Armv Tk.. T1...1? l'k.. ii-v.. lasting Bankrupt Ulll.Cu?hln|'l Reply to ( the Attackn on him. f The seventh week of the short session is virtually 1 ended, because to-morrow and Saturday will doubt- J less be conaumeu with the discussion oi private bills. 1 The Sknatk did nothing to-day, but listen to an- ( other long, unmeaning and useless tirade by Mr. \ Benton against the treaty, and the House just lis- t tened to the introduction by Mr. Gushing, of a bill ' making appropriations for the treaty, and one or two ( sjieeches on the re-consideration of the bill repeal- I ing the everlasting bankrupt act. When the real ' business of the session is to be transacted, Heaven ' only knows, at this rate. i Let me describe what was done as concisely as 1 possible. In the Hoitsk, a joint resolution to authorize Mr TTpshur to nppoint an agent in Missouri, and another 1 in Kentucky, to purchase water-rotted hemp for the i U. S. Navy, was read twice, and is to have a third i reading in a day or two; it has already passed the I Senate. There have been the most gross abuses practised in many of the U. S. District und Circuit Courts lor several years, by the marshals, attorneys and clerks, in defiance of all law ; therefore the following resolution was offered by Mr. M'Clellan, to bring these gentlemen up with a round turn, and was adopted:? Kcsolvrd. That the Secretary of the Treasury be recjurnted to ie|or( to i liia II use copies of the reiuriik made to him by the " veral Diitrict Attorney!, clerks of the Circuit and District Courii anil vu stcils f ihc Unilnl State!, of the foe? ami moliimeiitK c reived by them respectively. ill pursuance of die act entitled "An Act inikim; appropriations for the civil and diplomat ic expense! ol the Government for the } ear eighteen hundred and forty-two." The recent arbitrary decisions of the Postmaster General about newspajiers, has created a great ex- ! citeinent in the West, and Mr. White, of Indiana, . presented resolutions from his Legislature j>raying Congress so to modify the post office laws about * newspapers as to remedy an tne grievances com- 1 plained of. And it is to be hoped that all these of- ! ticious postmasters may be taught to know their place and attend to their duty by preventing embez- ' elements in their own otfices, seping the mails reg- i ularly transmitted, and not interfering with the 1 rights of private citizens. ' After this, the Speaker said the Bill repealing the Bankrupt Law, as reported by the Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, (Clifford's Bill,) on which Wish moved the previous question?was in order. But as a similar law had in the meantime passed the House, Cushina moved to lay it on the table ; and it was so disposed of. A Bill to reduce the army and to allow aliens to enlist in it, was then read twice and referred to the Committee of the Whole. The next subject in order, in the morning hour, was reports from Committees. That part of the President's message relating to the Ashburton treaty was, as you know, referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs. M*. Cttshino, from that Committee, rose and reported a Bill to provide appropriations to carry that treaty into effect Of course it was ""t discussed, but the Bill was ordered to be printw.? Here is a synopsis of it:? The first section provides that a commissioner shall be appointed on the part of the United States, for the purpose of running, tracing, and marking the boundary line between the United States and the British iMissessions, according to the sixih article of the treaty j mid that there shall be allowed and paid #3,000 to the said commissioner, who is em|>owered to employ a clerk at the rate of #1,500 per annum ; the salary, however, not to commence until ordered into service. The second makes it lawful for the Presulein of the United States to cause one or more of the corps of topographical engineers to assist the commissioner in running, tracing, and marking the line. The third appropriates #15,000 for the purchase nnd repair of iuatrumenla, persons employed and contingent expenses. The fourth a|>propriates#300,000, according to the fifth article of the treaty, to be divided intoer|vial moilips between Massachusetts and Maine The fifth provides that dollars shall be paid to those States for excuses incurred by them in protecting the heretofore disputed territory on the northeastern frontier of the United States, and making a survey of the same ; and the sixth makes it the duty of the President of the United Stales, in pursuance of the eighth article of the treaty, to apply so much of the naval uppronriHtinn may he neaessarv for the nrennrntmn equipment and maintenance oi the naval force stipulated to be employed on the Coast of Africa by the United States. Mr. Cushing was going on to explain the views of the committee. He said that they approved of the treaty, and were desirous that the House should take the MCeMUrytttf* to have it carried into effect; that is by providing the requisite appropriations, >tec. Mr. Hunt called him to order; as tiie subject] was not then properly debateableCushing?I am not out of order; as I merely mean to make a motion to refer the bill to the committee of the whole House. Here there was great contusion?over twenty members were on their legs at once, all talking, or trying to talk. Some cried " ' >rder"?some cried " Go on"?some cried " Question," and one cried out, "For God's sake give us some explanation of all this," and much laughter, particularly among the ladies in the gallery, where at least a dozen members were^lien flirting. Mr. Cushijig (faintly heard amid the din) said that the bill was intended to carry out the treaty in good faith, as it was deemed a good treaty. C. J. Ingeksoll? is the bill accompanied by a " report! ? Ci-shing?No, sir; but the committee will make a report at a very early day, and that report will be ready quite as soon as this bill will be taken up se- " riously by the House. 1 move, Mr. Speaker, that " the bill be read a first and second time, and he re- n ferred to the Committee of the Whole on the Union, " and that it be ordered to be printed. ' AH this was done. l! The next thing in order was the hill to relund ' Gen. Jackson's fine. Mr. Hunt, who has stiil 8 twenty minutes lelt to speak on this subject, saiil he r would postpone his remarks till a future day, as the morning hour was just out. (Laughter, and a cry of * " No three bites at a cherry !") ' Mr. Fit.t-.MORF. then rose and said?I ho|>e the House will now take up the motion to reconsider ' the bill to repeal the Bankrupt Act. That lies in I1 the wav of all other business, blocks up the progress of the House, and I want to see it finally and speed- 8 ily disposed of. 8 Criesof " Good?that's right, Fillmore?get rid 8 of the d?d thing." I On this point, you know, Cushing had the floor, solely to reply to the attacks m ide upon him. He bad prepared full notes lor a very capital speech of five or six hours, but as he had to condense a!' into ' one hour, the s|>eeeh was a comparative failure, d However, he promised to write the whole out and i print it. Mr. CrsiiiNO said?The Pr""ident had been ' charged with vacillation and obstructing the busi- c ness of Congress. It was not so. It was the whigs, who with sacriligious bands were extinguishing the '' last act of the ill-starred extra session; <7 whig '' members forming a coalition with the democratic members were about to destroy the last act of that session. Wisr?Yo.i forget me?there's 48. (Laughter ) 8 CisuiNo?That's true?I did'nt count you a whig ?yes, I* whigj. (Roars of laughter.) They have accused the Secretary of State and President of nil the crimes in the IJeealogue. They have charged s' me with throwing it firebrand into the House. It is 1,1 not true. The gentleman from Tennessee (Arnold) began this; and if in seM defence, it be necessary to carry the war into the enemy s camp, " I shall always do so Those who arrogate to themselves the title of Whig-, seem to think they have an unlimited license of attacking here. But if they (M come at me with a stick, and I have a loaded pistol, I shall tire it, no matter whom it kills. (Laughter.) ln If they indulge in their frantic, brutal, and frenzied 8 abuse of the President and Secretary of State, I * deem if my duty to reply, if my honest convictions 'h are different from their views. I made no attack, sir, but I held a magic mirror up to them, and to the rt,< country, and they have seen then in the hideous defortuity of their conduct?(Laughter ) An I when c'8 ;r ntlemen charae nie here, as thev have done. I challenge tliem to put their linger on a single sen- 'h encc ol mine to warrant those charges; and I say hat they are endeavoring to pane upon the country he false coin of political profeswou. Their views proceed Irom the interested motives hy wh eh men handed together in what are railed "parti**," seek ?w to gain their unhallowed ends. What is "patty," ,r(J ?ir? It is an intiono/ men Hiking In git /xnrtr' (Laughter ) That, sir, is party And when gen- j llnnen talk of the vrmrintn of their party, I find t^i With one it means a United States Bank; and with k LD. PrlM Two Con to. '.he other a sub-Treaaury. Faugh' out oil tuch principles. Does a bank really ntean |>rinciplee1? Does the sub-Treasury mean principles'! The genleman from New York (M'Keon) nods, sir. But [ scorn the narrow limits of such a definition, and fenounre such narrow prejudices as bavin* nothing o ilo wiih true and honest (principles, Ruch aa are for he welfare of the whole country (Cry of "that's ;ood doctrine, Gushing") 'Sir, I well understand he gentleman from New York (M'Keon.) By irinciples, air, he means the restoration of the exielled and fallen Bourbons! (Roars of laughter ) Cries from the Whigs opposite?"The restoration d who?" CirsmNo?The restoration of the Bourbons (Cuah ng pronounced it B<xnb<m?) for the purposes of re enge. (Laughter nil round the House, and seveal locofocos cried out, " To lie sure, and we uieau o pay you nil off next session.") And whilst these wo factions are running this selfish race, it is high line lor the people to rise in their might, shake oft [he accursed snd corrupt yoke of party, and not ( ietly remain to be crushed between these two upper and nether millstones (Great laughter) of the ultra factions. And for simply calling on the House to aid the President in carrying on tne government to the principles ot the constitution, I have been denounced in the most infamous mantier. And when I saw the gentleman from Indiana (Thompson) expanding one paragraph from the , Globe, about the auction, into a speech ?f an hour, * and the gentleman from New York (McKeon) adding thereto, and exciting the whigs on, it reminded me of the iioet's remark? " Mischief, thou art a fool, Take thou what course thou wilt." I could not account for the gentleman falling eo asily into the trap set lor him bv the Van l'uren crtan here. It was like the wild bull in the arena, a im dashes at the red Hag,whilst the matadore steps side, and plunges the deadly weapon into his neck. (Great laughter.) Why, sir, as sopn as any man on his Hour dares to utter a great national and honest principle, these party hacks are thrown into spasms :>f holy political horror at the audacity of honest men who dare to act as freemen. Sir, the great itruggle in this Congress has all along been this:? whether one or two executives were to rule this naion?the recognised executive chief at the White House, or the party chief in this Capitol (Clay.) That was the trouble. (Cries of "True!") Tnat ias been the great question agitating all our controversies, from the extra session to this hour ; and I lor one felt it to be my duty to stand by the constitution and the constitutional chief for the time being. Not only was it the only mode of carrying on the government, but it was actually the only mode of ireserving the ascendancy of the whig party ; and it they had taken my advice, they would still have tieen in the ascendant. But no-they never asked what was for the interest of the country, but what was for the interest of party. " Party, party," was the cry, and they have gone to destruction with that ringing in their ears as their death knell. Tkey enquired not what was best lor the public interests, the constitution, or the government; but what wan best tor the sell-created despotism of party, and to lierpetuate its tyranny. And that has destroyed them. And I care not what the views of this or that parly may be. 1 will he hewn down where I stand rather than Hinch from those principles which I deem best for the country. Sir, the gentleman said the whig party were overthrown because the President did not sign the great measures of relief ihey passed He signed the Tariff? the Bankruptlie Distribution?and many other bills. But he Jidn't sign the Bank Bill. There's the trouble. And if i majority of this House say he ought to have done, hat I'll anpeal to the people, and they will sustainhe President. The gentleman from Maine (Feseenlen) said the whole whig press was venal, and sang the same sonizas the President, and thus destroyed the party. This is not true. The press of thin country is not venal; and that party destroyed themselves. The gentleman read a paragraph of Swift's, ridiculing me us a no-party man. Swilt was a corrupt tory of the corrupt reign of Anne, and he is brought?the great libeller of his age?an authority to denounce me. I am ashamed to see a gentleman come into this Houee and read sueh extracts. I *h<>uld have been gl id il he had read an extract or two from the farewell address of the Father of his lountry, where he holds up the danger of factions, ind denounces party spirit. Sir, there have been wo great republics, somewhat analogous to ours? rreece and Rome?and both fell by party spirit.? He read an extract from Thucydides to this effect.) \iid i, sir, as a moderate inan, have done but ny duty in calling on this House to susain the government independent of party, and Ins is called putting up the empire lor sale, like tha retorianguards! Shame. It is in vain to combat he men of straw set up by the gentlemen. 1 shall ict combat the windmills ihey so quixotically ran a ace at. (Laughter.) The true question has ever >een and is now, between constitutional order, and he party anarchy set up by the ms|ority here. And t is not the power of the government?it is not the amatory power 01 ttie i'resident; but it is the fixed 'onstitutional (art that he is President for four rears, against which the whig party have struck, ind dashed themselves to pieces. For here you an't change the government, as you can m Kurope, ?y a mere vote of the Chambers. (Cries of " No, hank < iod '") It is the duty of all to aid in carrying m the government; if it cannot he done exclusively y the votes of either partv, it must be done with a ortion of the votes of each And this is not corupt, but constitutional. Thus the tariff and bankupt bills were pas&aed; and by this combination ths atter has been repealed. Sir, this administration tands proudly erect on its own acts and measures; t comes into this House on them alone; and alone t goes to the country on them. And by them it vill be judged. All these controversies are bu' of an tour, they will nass away with the hour?all the trivial harangues (denouncing it, will soon pass away. \nd if this administration is condemned by this geleration?(although when tried fairly I am sure it viil he highly appiauded,) for itsactB and measures, t will appeal to posterity for an a|>proval of all those icts and all those measures, against the heated and liegraceful partisan conduct of the present day. Mr. Fks-endkn replied, and said that it was not rotn a single passage of Cushing's sjieech he had rawn his inferences, but from the general tenor of le whole of that siieech. As to Cushing's com tents on his (Fessenden's) speech, all he had to say /us. that his s|>eech was not correctly reported in ne Intelligencer. As to quoting Dean Swift, he had one so, because he thought that such a corrupt wrier would best suit the gentleman's (Cuahing's) taste ind habits. (Jarrett Davis and Thompson both rose at once. rnoMi-soN said he was ready to reply right ofl to the [entleman, without any preparation, if he could get he floor. Davis sooke a few minutes, and eulogised Mr. 3lay and denounced Mr Tyler as the " incidental" ower at the other end of the avenue. I went into the Senate, it being now three o'clock, ind when I came back Marshall was on his feet, aying it was enough for him that Kentucky was gainst the Bankrupt Law, and he should go for reeal. He spoke but a few minutes. Proffit rose. Stanley?1 he gentleman has spoken once. Proffit?I have not. And as I am responsible nr this debate by opening it up again, I will withrnw my motion to reconsider. Cri"s ol " Oh, oh,"' and great laughter. Thompson?I bee my colleague not to withdraw i, as I wish to reply to the gentleman from Masrn* husetts . Cries of " To-morrow," " Monday." " Never," Adjourn," " Oo on,'' "Adjourn," and much fighter . , Cavk Johnson?I move we adjourn, stt. Nearly all the members left. Speaker? Gentlemen ? move?second?house? djonrn. Alr. present.?Aye?aye?aye, and the Hotua r/ionrned In nix Senate?Smith, of Indiana, presented re ilutions similar to White's, complaining of the arfary tonduct of the postmaster about neweptt|>ers. M. Tall.waimjk moved to take up the Exchequer, was made the special order of the day lor next Wednesday. Mr. Morehead called on the Secretary of War >r information about the Hudson's Bay Company rcupying the Oregon territory. Mr. Benton then consumed the rest of the day goig over all the old ground about the treaty ; andtn very potn|>oiis, nonsensical manner, called Mr. debater the President's head cletk, and declared lat he had shamelessly given away a large part or is country to Great Britain The Senators looked him wnn pity, and laughed ; and several left the "nate. He is such a wretched speaker that yon in scarcely hear him twenty feet off. M. Stillwki.1. has arrived to look after at " Last of the .Vfohicana," the Bankrupt Act. e is a day behind the lair. W. H. A. LEECHES ' LEECHES! ! LEECH^ffT"1 BnOO L?'*? tollhy Swfiliih uiH Lttckn, .Wvu imi received jisr ship btci.Kiuu, from Hamburg, i ifiilv aipectad, o.r oo Rwr?li*h suit Oerman Leech m ,rti bark Waahiaatoo, m Hamburg, for sale at moderate rncca, by O. A. h H. W ITTbi, yll m*r 111 William it , ImiaiTtrr of Lrrekr*. AM * FT DOIBLOONS- K~r Ml - by jrtttu WM a jyo U'BHICN. UWatl.t