Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 1, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 1, 1843 Page 1
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TH] V?l. IX.?No. M.?Whole No. 3X46. TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. 1 beg leave to give notice to the AMERICAN PEOPLE, of all clauee and conditioni, that I am making preparation* to republiah, in the cheapeat style, and In the weekly quarto form of newspaper*, a diversified and valuable election from the RELIGIOUS LITERATURE of Chris tianity, produced by the men of genius belonging to every seot during the last two hundred year*. The reason for attempting such a project is plain. MaInrialiam infldelUv anil immAPftlkv of fell kinili hava nf late been industriously circulated throughout tha country under inch imposing names, and to so great an extent, that something must be done to revive the ancient spi rit of Religion an 1 Morals. Lecturers of all hinds?sophists on every subject?the worst and wickedest literature uf France and England, re-produced in the cheapest forms, have demoralised the age?and upset all the established land marks ot morality and religion throughout the land. It is therefore necessary that something should be done But who is to do it 1 If none other will, I shall. I propose to republish in the cheapest form, in quick succession, a selection from the works of the best and purest RELIGIOUS AU THORS, be they Presbyterian, Episcopalian, Catholic, Methodist, Baptist, or any other denomination. These selections will not be on religious controversy?but such as treat on practical piety?on good works?and on the ge neral principles of Christianity, without the bad spirit of sectarianism. To carry out this project well, I possess a large printing establishment, and the Hssald, a daily newspaper, of thirty thoutaad circulation, now considered the principal advertising organ m me country, capauie 01 giving hroughout the Union intelligence of these works as they appear. This Printing Establishment comprises 10 presses, 60 printers, 10,000 pounds of type, and a consumption of about 800 reams of paper, of all kinds, per week. We have eveiy means in our power to carry this project Into operation?and we believe that the American public is reedy to aid and assist any man, who will throw himself into the breach, and endeavor to revive the ancient piety, virtue, and principles of our forefathers, in apposition to modern scepticism and immorality, which are stealing stealthily over the present generation, under the masks of geology, mesmerism, fourierism, finance, neurology, transcendentalism, human perfectability, and the whole train of modern philosophy and light literature. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. To Business Advertisers. Advertisers and men of business, who want to make the selection of a vehicle for their notices in the ap proaching spring business, are particularly called to the following authentic documents, relative to the circulation of the two leading papers in the city New York Herald ) Sew Office, N. Y., > Office, Nov.l, 18411. { Aug.29, 1843. | M!* > . PbrsiekBaooas ; Mr. H. V. Butlee :? gewtlemhw :? Sia .? Please to deliver at the Please deliver at the Sun Herald Office, New York Office, N. Y.,fire hundred ? Seven hundred and fifty reamt of paper per week, for reams per week sf the small air months from the ICtii of sized paper 33 X33? for the October, 1843, to he of this Daily Herald. quality, size and weight, the aiho 80 reams per week of same to be paid for in cash the large sized S3 X46 for the every two weeks. Weekly Herald,foronn year M. Y. BEACH, from tins date, to beof quali- I accept the above order, ty equal to this speciuiea - and agree to furnish the paPaymunts to be made each per accordingly. week in cash, in full for that H. V. CUTLER, week. Aug. SI, 1843. gJAMES O. BENNETT. Witness, M. 8. Beach We accept the above or derand will deliver it aa directed. PER3SE A BROOKS, No. 61 Liberty (treat. James Rowi, i .... 8 ami're uimak, \ By these documents it will be Men that the Herald haa inch larger circulation than the Sun, and ia therefore decidedly the beat 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 &1 paper manufacturer. So also are our paper makers, Messrs. Beraae and Brooks, with whom we have dealt to the extent of nearly $360/100 in paper. Advertisers will remember the* * facts. To ths Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?pub. lished every day of the year except New Year's day and Fourth of July. Price 3 cents per oopj ?or $7 36 per annum?postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday morning?price 6} cents per copy, or $6 13 per annumpostages paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that tha circulation ef the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing fast. It boo the target circulation o/ any payor in tkit city, or the world, and it therefore, the boot choanal for bnoinoto men in tkt city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. NEW YORK LANCET, published weekly, price 131 cents per i .ngle copy?8 cent* by the quantity. The price of this valuable periodical ha* hitherto been too cheap, in companion to it* utility, intelligence, and workmanship. It has, therefore, been adTanoed to ft per annum for one year?$3 ior a half year?or lty cents per ingle copy?cash in advance, and postages paid. REVOLUTIONARY RELICS, or Larraas addressed by distinguished men to George Clinton, formerly Governor of New York, during the revolution, and first published by permission of his grandson, Col. Bsekman. A beautiful octavo edition in numbers? price 11J cents each. THE ATHENEUM, a New Monthly Joubnal or Ambbican and EoaaioN Litcbatube, Science, and the Fine Abts?Each number adorned with a beautiful sat graving-price only lty cents each. PRINTINO of all kinds, assented at the most moderate prices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, r PaoraiEToa or the Hebalo Establishment, NorthweM cornet of Enlton and Nassau streets. AOEKTa, Ths following is a list of the egents for the Herald, where subeciiptions will be received, and tingle numbers are lound ior sale regularly :? at what place. aobvtti. Boston, Georga W. Redding. Philudelnhie G. B. Zieber. Baltimore W. Taylor. Washington, D. C O- B. Zieber A Co. Buffalo, N. Y T. ?. Hawka. Naw Haven, Conn T. H. Pel*. Hartford, Conn J. W Judd. Albany, N. Y O. Jonea. Troy, N Y H. Green. Lansiugb'rg A Waterford.N.Y. Thomaa P. Richard*. Newark, N.J D Smith. Calakill, N. Y H Howe. New Orleans J.C.Morgan. Cincinnati, O Robert Camahan. I'aterson, N.J Matthew Dougherty. Norwich, Con Morgan Harford. Rochester, N. Y Moore. Elixabetbtown, N. J.. . .. . . Hamuel Crane. New Bums wick, N. J William Solomon, St. Louis, Mo a... .Woodward It Mathews. Charleaton A mo a Head. Hudson, N. Y George Clare. Augusta, Ga S. A^Holmes. Mobile, Ala Milton Boliemet. Pnughkeepaie Levi Smith. Tieninn ? .J. Raunsiey. ftttahurg. Pa Jos. P. Israel. Louisville, Ky W. A. Haldeman. Wheeling. Va J. H. Thompson A Co. Now London, Con L L Sperry. Newport William A. Fry. tJtica J. B.Loab. Savannah, Ga Amos Head. ? Nash villa, Testn A. Billings E NE 1 NEW FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS. #. jjfe ^ rI4tv , Fur the better accommodationnf ahipiwra, it isiutended te tespa.'ch a ship from chit nort on the 1st, 5th, lath, 15th. JBth. aua | 15th ol each mouth, coin i enciug the 10th October aud rontmaug unnl May, when regular days will be appointed for the reaaiuder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointment# will be | reveuted daring the summer tuourhs. The following hip* wit! commence this arrangement : Ship V AZOO, Cainahi Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Ship MISKIHSH'PI. Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLfc. Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKHPKAH&, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVlLLE. Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULGEE, Ca|>uiu Leavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. I Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Kuight. Slap LOUISA, Captain Mulfoid. These ihi|? were all hnilt in the city of New York, eapresafor I?ckets, are of light draft of water, hare recently been wly co|?pered and put in yrlendid order^with accommodations lor pussUKon uneqii&Jled for comfort. They Arts commanded i jy erperienced matters, who will make every eiertieu to give | teneral satisfaction. They will at all amos be towed up and i town the Miasisaippi by steamboats. Neither the owuora or captains of these ships will be reaponai- t tile lor jewelry, ouiiiod. precious siones, surer or piaieo ware. i or for any letters, parcel or package, sett ty rpvt on board ol Ivem, unless rogrltr bills af lading are taken for the same .and the ralue theieon expressed. For freight or passage, apply ] E. K. COLLINS it CO., 56 Sooth it.,or HULLIN It WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to (heir address. The ?rups of this line are warranted to sail punctually as adrertiied, and great care will be taken to have the goods correcty measured. in I NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. j fn ailfrom New York on the 26th aud| Liverpool on the 13th , of each month. m m, ^rTsai Nr* Yosit Ship OAKRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 25th October. 1 Ship ROSCIUB, Captain John Collins, 25th November. 1 Ship SIDDON8. Captain E. B. Cohb, 26th December. * Sliip SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 25th January. Faow Livcaroet.. 1 Ship 81DDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. ' Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Drocyster, 13th Novembr. 1 Ship OARIUCK, Captain Wm. skiddy, 13th December. I Ship ROSCIUB, Captain John Collins, 13th January. 1 These i hips are all ol the fiisl class, upwards ol I9M tens, built inthe city of New York, with snch improvements a room bine treat speed witli unusual comfort for passengers. Every care una been taken in the arrangement of (heir accommodatioiu. The price of passage hence is $100, for which ample stores w ill , tie provided. These shi|is are commanded by experienced i iiasterx, whe will make every eiertiou to give general alisfnc- , ion I Neither the captains or ownsra of the ships will be response < ale for at y lettera, parcels or packages sent by them, unless re gular b: 1 b of lading are signed therefor. For Irvight or pasr.?gk. apply to I E. K. COLLINS A CO.j, 56^onth sL, New York, or to i WM. 81 J A3. BKUWN K U<J., Ll??r|K>ol. Letter* by the packets will becltrged 12)6 cents per single t ?heet: 50 cent* per ounce, and newspaper* 1 cent each. ol OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. ! E of P^^P^^LiTerpo^^^^^-e?ft?r be | | despatched in the following order, excepting that when the Jay of smliug falls on Sunday, the ship* will sail on the succeeding day. For New York. For Lirerpool. ' The SOUTH AMERICA, June 1 July 19 <16 tons. -Oct I Nov 19 D. O. Bailey, I Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, l June 19 Aug 7 1 750 tons, Oct 19 Dec 7 ' B. L. Waite. I Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug 19 1 900 tons. "Nov 1 Dec 19 J. Hathbone, i March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, July 19 Sept 7 j 610 tons. ' Nov 19 Jan 7 E. G. Marshall I Mar 19 May 7 1 Tbe NORTH AMERICA, I Aug 1 Sept 19 r 111 tons. < Dec 1 Jan 19 A. B. Lowber.l April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, i Aug 19 Oct 7 900 tons, Dec 19 Feb 7 t T. B. Cropper. I April 19 June 7 . The CAMBRIDGE, i; Sept 1 Oct 17 50 tons, Jan 1 Feb 17 . W. C Barstow. i May 1 June 19 ' The COLUMBUS, i.Sept 19 Nov 9 I 700 ton, ' Jan 19 Mar 9 , G. A. Cole. May 19 Ju|y 7 Punctuality, as regards the day of sailing, will be observed as heretofore. The price of passage outward is now fixed at One * Hundred Dollars, for whicn ample stores of ever* description wiU be provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, which will be furnished by the stewards. GOODHUE It CO.. 61 South st., C. H. MARSHALL, SO Burlins-slip, N. Y. , jc?4 Ivh BARING BROTHERS It CO.. L'pool. [ TAPSCOTT'S GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, " 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. ' m. . The subscribers beg to call the attention of their friends and the public generally, to thrir superior airangementi for bringing out passenger* from, aud remitting money to, aay par* of Eugland, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in tnc magnificent packet ships, comprising the new Line of Liverpool packets," viz.:Ship ROSC1US, Capl. Collins. Ship SIDDONS.Cantain Cobb, bhip SHp.IIIDAN, Captain Depeyster. Ship GAKK1C.K. Captain Skidiy. New shin HOTTINGUER, Captain Bnrtley. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Wood house. Ship ROCHESTER,Captain Palmer. New ship LIVERPOOL,Captain F.ldredce. Sailing twice every month; ind with the" UNITED LINE," composed of superior first class American shipa, sailing every ten days, will make five shipa in each month throughout the Sear, (or one every six davi) thereby pieveuuug the possi ility of unnecessary detention. Paasages direct from London, Bristol and Greenr-clt to New York. Also from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Satan nab, Charleston. Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the vano a pwra id British north America, can at all timea be engaged on liberal terma. Pi raoua wishing to rend Tor (heir friends, will not Tail to aee , the advantages to be derived (torn lelrcting thia line in preference to any other, and they may rent aaaured thai unnaaai cure will be taken to make .he passage agreeable, the ships being fitted op with an eye aolelv to the com'ort of passengers. In all caaea where the parlies aent for decline coming, the , money will be refunded without any deduction, aa usual. A I free passage fiom the ranous aeapotu of Ireland and Scotland < can ilao be aeenred. I The regnlar packets for which the snbicribers are agent', aail aa follows, rix :?To and from Londou on the 1st, lOlh, and 70<h of eacl. monu . Toaod from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th. ijth, Ig'h, and tith of each month. New Orleans. Mobile, Savan- i nah, an Chaile?ton, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persona in the country wishing to send money to their frienda by enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name and address of the parties to receive it, m.y rely on a draft for the amount being forwarded per fir't packet, after the receipt tnereof, and an acknowledgement for the saine returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, without discount or any oth>r charge, at the National and rroriecial Banks of Ireland and branches, Eastern Bank of Scotland, i Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Rult, Son It Co., 1 Bankers, London, Eschange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, aud in arery principal town of Ureal Britain and Ireland. Fnrlher particulars made known on application, if by letter, 1 poet paid, to dliy r W. k J. T TAPSCQTT. fl Peek Slip. N. York. I ml m.m. M. PAXJreTS FOH MARSElLLES^The undermentioned hips will be legularly dispatched from hence and Irom Marseilles on the 1st of each month daring the year, thus? From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA, Capt Brown, N .v 1. Jim 1 H'RYTHOMPSON, Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. Feb I COURIER. Capt Dugan, Jan 1. Marl TRESCOtT, Capt Lawrence, Feb 1. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt tkdami, Marl. Mayl CORIOLANUS, Cap Haile, Apl 1. Jnn I They are all eopperea and copper fastened,and have eioellent accommodations for passengersThe price of cabiu passage will be SIM, eielnsive o wiue> ' and liquors. Goods addrvtaed to BOYD & H1NCKEN, the a gents, will be forwarded free of other harges lean those actually paid. For freight or passage apply to G. BROOM It CO., or to ottr BOYD k H INC KEN. Agents SPRING ARRANGEMENT FOR 1S13. JfiL JflL BUmmm fiSfiUl SUSmm JBUmb? OLufc^ABLlSHEl? EMGKaNT PASSAGE OFFICE. No. ?1 SOUTH STREET, N. Y. DA8SAOK to mil from Great Britain and trel-nd by tha re1 golnr liue of packets, sailing on the lit, 7tb, 13th, 19th and 15th of etch month. I The old Black Ball line ofpacketa are aa follows:? Ship NEW YORK, Capum Cropper, < " CAMBRIDGE, Captain Baratow, " COLUMBUS. Captain Cola, " EUROPE, Captain b'urber, , " SOUTH AvERIC 3, Captain Bailey, " NORTH AMERICA, Captain Lowbar, " ENOLANDrCaptain Waite. ' " OX hOHD, Captain Rathbone. 1 The Commercial L<ue it rompoaed of lorty aapcrior.fut 1 sailmg ahlpa, all commanded by men of great eiperienre. Eiral diss ah>pa will al o he dmpa1 cued from Liverpool to Bo-ion, New Orleana and Mobile, three timet per month; to Balii more, Charleston and Savannah, twice a manth, to the differ- , ent porta in Bntiah Noith America weekly. 1 he anbacriber, . in making known hit arrange menu far the year IMt, bega to r-all the attention of thoae pertoua reaiding iu the United , .States and Canada, wno with to aend lor their frienda to come Iro n Envland, Ireland, Scotland and Walea, that they can al- , ways be accommodated by tne line n( packet ilnpa aailing an , abate; and in order to give more facility and rjuick deatraicn to ( the emigrant, lint clau well-known American ahipa, compria- , iug the Commercial Line will, in addition to tire pickets. be dea|iatched by nia Liverpool areola, every three or four days daring the season, thereby avoiding auy detention. Those ending for their frienda may real aasnred ihat every ihing connected with hia bnaineaa will he executed with hia naual , promptueaa With iheaeairangementa the auhacribei hopea to command a preference (br thia line, and a contiimMion of lb. public patronage which hat been ao liberally bealoweu lot many yeara past; and in all caaea when partira decline coming the money is refunded, as cnstcmary: a free paaaagt- can also jo61, ateem boat* from the different fiorta in Ire laud and S-otland to Liverpool. Kemittaucra and praf'a?With regard to hia armngementa ' lorlne payment of hia drafts, they are such aa to warrant every I satisfaction, and are paid at all the hanking hooaea on demand, I throughout Urea' Bntain and Ireland. Thoae peiaoiia, therefore, throughout rhe United State, who wuh to remit money If i their frienda residing in any part of the United Kingdom, will |ilr?ae nence on the receipt of the amount here, wuh uamr ane address of the party to receive it, a dralt for the amount al Iu raleollb re-r |?mnd arerling, will be forwarded per ateam ship, or by fiiat iwCket ship, and a receipt or duplicate of same re turned through (be post office rot further particulars apply (if by letter post paid) to " I"'1 \ South street, or J At W. H' 'BIN hON, (hirer Piaaxas I and Neptune at. Wat. rloo Uncg, Liverpool. In Scotland? Messrs Daniel Wnght It Co., (il?ag?w. In Irelaud?Duiliia Dtl.-nv, Ea?p, Bubliu; Messrs. Joseph Allen k Co , Belfast; Mr. Wm. Cairns, Londonderry; A. Mur rgy. E?q . Coik dJJr* NEWBURVrOK l Bank Notes wanted lor a short'time*' Dre/la an Philadelphia and Boston, let sale at S. J SYLVESTER'S, djlr 19 Wall at aud IM Bioadway. * w y o YORK, WEDNESDAY 1 jjSy iBR PABflAOl^ROM ORK^HnTPrAIN AND UUCAND BY THE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF ? . , LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Hailing from Livrr|ioul n.i the 7rli and I9lli of erery month.] Persons wishing to seud to the Old Country for their friend* can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and jiave them coine out in this ?uif nor Line of Packets, tailing from L iverpeol uiictu*lly ou the 7th and 19th of every month. 1 t ey will also have a first rale class of American trading ?hi|?, lailiuj; every sn days, thereby affording weekly com mum car lion from that port. One of the firm ( vir. James D. Roche! is there, la see that they shall be Joi warded with cars and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduc UOJL ( Tn* Black Ball , or Old Line ofLivrruool Paclten. oomnrue mat lounwinir inagutfkuat Ships, The OXFORD, The NK.W YORK, CAMBH1DOE. COLLI M BUS, EUROPE, SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled auaugemeats, the subtcrtbers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which luu been extended to them ?o many yean, for which .hey are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatitea, can it all timet obtain frrafti at tight for any amouut, drawn direct in the Royal Bmk of Ireland, Dublin, alto on Maaan. PRESCOTT, GROPE, AMES k CO. Bankers, London.. which will be paid on demand at any of the Banka, or their Bianchea, in all the principal towna throughout England, Ireaod, Scotland and Walea. Apply,or add.eaa, (if by letter, poatpaid.) ROCHE. BROtHEUS fc CO ?5 Fulton street, New York, neat door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets tail Irona thia iort for Liverpool on the lit and 19th of each month. Partita etur'iing to the old country will find it to ihi ir comfort and idvaulage to select thia favorite Ltoe for their conveyance, in irefereuce to any other. d27 r lAt OLD ESTABLISHED " EMIGRANT IAS ajMPwWSAOE Ob KI .'E, 61 South street, New York?Reg KSllCau'ar Ltoe of Packets?The suhicnber continues to inn,; rut i*'tsons fiotn any part of Great Rrttai'i and Ireland, *ho may he engaged oy theirfrtend* here, by the regular line if pocket ahips, niting every an days "roin Li.erpool, Reruns sending lor their men Is, mav rely that just care w<ll be aken >o hase them despuidi-il wktiont delay in Liverpool,and sill always endeavor to merit a coutimu ce of the public latrouage which has btenso liberally bestowed for many years iast; and tho>e remitting money cm have drafts payable at all he Banks and brauches throughou' the United Kingdom. For further inuticulars,ap ly [if by letter, post |>aid] to jtr JOHN He RDM AN. 61 S. uth st. ijftE FOR LIVERPOOL?NEW LINk-.K^.u, Packet ol 25ll February?The Splendid 1'ackei Ship mOAKRICK. Captain William Skiddy, of 1000 tons, ill positively tail aa abort-, her regular da?. Kor freight or i.tssage, having aucominodalions unequalled for splendor or lomforl, apply on boar 1. al Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, >r to E. K. COLLINS & CO. 56 South streetPrice ol passage, tlOO. loe Packet Shin Itoecins, Captain John Collins, ot 1100 Ions, will succeed the Oaxrick, and sail tbe Itith of March, her egularday. L iters for the ahipe of this will only be received at Gilpin's ind Hale's News Room. Passengers may rely on the ships of this luie sailing punctualV as advertiaed jJ6 c tS?- B ACK BALL OR OLD LINK OF Ll.Ve.KwWMIVPOOL PA< K*.TS.?Sails on Wednesdty, tt.e 1st UMImoI Febiuary?The magnificent packet shin COLUMbus, C.,|it Oeorge A Cole, will sail positively on Wt ducsd >y, I t Frbiuary, her regulni day. For imssace in cabin, second cabin, and steerare, and those wishing to secure the best berths, will plea** make early application on boaid, foot oi Be ek mail si,or to ihe subicribcrs. ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO , 35 Kulion st. ni it door to Ful on Bink N 8?Persons sending to the. Old Country for ihi-ir trieuds, :an hare them brought out iutue above favorite packet, or in iny ot the packets comprising this old establishsd magnificent ine which sail from Liverpool on thu 7tli and 19th of every nonlh For passage apply ns above. j27 r PASSAGE FROM LIVERPOOL?Ine very nTjWfVsuperior packet ship MEMPHIS. Capt Knight, will UjHMMSesail from Liverpool early in March Per sous wishing to send for their friends can have them iruught out in her or auy of the tegular packets by applying lersoually, or if by letter, posti*id, to JOafcPH McMURRAY, 1110 Pine street, corner ol South. P 8?Drafts for any amount payable at sight in auy riank, iranch.or ageucy of a bank, in Lngland, Ireland and Scotland, ;iveu by applying as ahovr. jvllr OLD BLACK BALL LINE UK I'ACKKIS wJffyKOH LiVEKPO' >L?Packet of the 1st Kehruari ? HHlLiThe superior well known packet ship COLU Mlua, Capt. Cole, will positively sail as above, her regn ar day Hiving nnsnrpassed accommodations for cabin, second labin and steerage passengers. Peons annul to rinblaik houId make early application on board the ship fool ol Beeknan at, or to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South street. N. B. Persons sending for their friends residing in Great Irttain and Ireland can have them brought out, as usual, by auy iftlir shi|>s composing this line; and drafts furnished for auy [mount, payable without discount throughout the united kioglinn. apply s? ahovr. )J4 ee PACKET FOR HAVHE,?(Second Line)?The (JJWV Ship ST. NICOLAS. John B. Pell, roaster, will MhKb tail on the )si of February. BOYD k HINrKEN, jyll r No o Tontine Buildinir, " k-n Plf>lfL'T tfrkH?siiUcl ll I L? .a 4.-^- - . . ah.p TBJCMCOTT, O p'. I.awrcrcr. Apply SIML O S BROOM ACO, or to BOYD k HINCKEN, A.enta. )yl3r 9 Tout'ne Building. Afrjc DKAKT8 ON IRKLA -B, Ac.?Thr subscribers (dHWy coutinur to ni?? drain payable on demand, without SkMBk<ti>cooM, or any chance whatsoever. IN IH r. LA N D?The National Bank of Ireland, the I'rovin:ial Bank "f Ireland, and their "ranches in every county. IN ENGLAND AND WALES-Meaars. James bolt. Son k Co. haukera, London, the Esciange and Diacomit Bank, Liverpool, and their br^ochea throughout England and Walea. I.N SCOTl AND?The Eaa'era Rank 01 Scotland, the 9'eenock Banking Company, ami hianchea in the principal lowui *, Sir W in. Forbes, Hunter St Co. Persons in the country wishing to remit money to their friends in any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, or Walea, by inclosing the amount they wish to remit to the subscribers, with the name aud aJdreaa of the partita to whom it lato be eut. A draft lor the amouul will be forwarded the firat packet iflnr the rereipr thereof, aud acknowledgement of the aamc real rued per firat poat. d? W h I T TAPffCQTT, n Peck-lip. N?w York REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, Ac., AceMhMfVThe aubacriber continnea to rrinamit money, in snma SaWfirlargr or small to peraona reaidiug in any part of Ireand, in the same manuer u he, aud hia predeccaaar in buailesa. have done for the last hirty years, and more; also, to any tart ot England or Hcotland. Money remitted by letter (poet paid) to the aebaenber, or -ersonafly deposited witn him, with the name of the person or eeraona m Ireland, England or ScolUud, to wham it ia to be irn'.and nearest post town, will be immrdiately transmitted and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given ot for warded to the sender. In like manner money with or elaima on persona in any partol Ireland, England or Scotland, can be collected by the au bar riser, for persona reaidiug in any part of the United Spites, or ' anada. and will be paid to them accordingly. jlfimOr OkTlRflP. MeBIIinr. tr * I'edar at. REMITTANCES TO ENGLAND, IRELAND mW^SCOTLAND AND WALES.?Persona proceed Ufa ng or reuniting money to anjr part o< the old county cwii in iimnuDnm rom tne auoacrioers oraiu a[ >1(111, lor iny amount on lh? Royal Bank of Ireland and on Messrs. Prescatt, Orotr, Amn It (Jo, Baukeia, Loudon which are panl free of discount or any charge whatsoever, in all the principal towns of the United Kingdom. For terina, apply or address, if by letter, hoat haul, to ROCHE BROTHERS k CO.. 35 Fnltoo >:, neatdoor la the Fulton Bank. P. 8 ?The anhacribera will a> heretofore have a regular aueceteion of firat elate American ships, sailing weekly from Liv pool, dnring the eonmw year 1113. For passage, apply aa above ilatl r FOR LIVERPOOL FROM BOSTON. ^2^ The Royal Mail Steamer CALEDONIA, will leaye Boaton far Liverpool. via Halifai.on VV, dueaday, Feb. lat Her accommodations for passenger- are anperior. and fitted with every comfort. She alao ctrriea an r?p%rienced aargeon. For paaaageor any other information, apply to D BHIUHaM, Jr Agent. j25 6tr At Harude i it Co.'t oflfi e. No 3 lVall >r. _ STATEN ISLAND FERRY. Foot of Whitehall atTeet ^oTau^SerDee. 3d, the eleamer STATEN ISLANDER, will rnn aa follow#. until further notice :? LEAVE STATEN ISLAND. NEW VORK. IXA.M, 3 A.M. > 12H 3P.M. >M p. M, dSr REUITLAR OPPOSITION TO CATS - f'. Jl ^ ILL. and iuterniediale landings, without tow jK^MflKsJL-barves ?Rrgnlar daya finm (-attakill, Mon lava, Wedneadaya nnd Friday*. Fiom New York, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdaya.?Fare to or from Cattakill, 50 ceota. ?Bertha 25 cents?Supper 25 centa. The new and faet steamer WAVE, Captain Vanderbdt. will eaye Robinson at. pier Thnraday Nor. ITth, at lire o'clock. Fiji farther particulars inquire of the ea^ tain on board. By -unking on the days'aboye named, there will hi daily rom nunieation between Cntskilland New York (aud in termediate laces) for freight and passage at reduced prieee. mir RAIL R0A1 LINE OF ITAOE8 .wtt Ai?rn FROM NEW YORK TO BEDFORD MWysdSR On and aft' rTuesday, January 3d, 1143, the itibirnbera will ruua line of stagealrom Bedford to New York hree times a week, u follows:? - Leaeea Seelv's Mansion House. Bedford, errry Monday, IVedn?aday and Fridsv morning at IHoVloc_ Leases the Kail Road Hotel, comer of Bowery and Broome iw, New York, iy?ry Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday noming, by the 9 o'clock can, passing Marble Hall, Eaat 'heater, and through White Plains, Hobbiui' Mills and Mile Square to Bedford. HIRAM DEFOREST. U. C. LEWIS. Proprietors. The Red Bird Lice of '-age* will eontinae to rnn during the sinter from White erery day at I o'clock, and New Fork at 2 o'clock, tJ >i., Sundays etceiited. HIRAM DEFOREST, j; lm*r Proprietor. Aa ? NEW LINE LIVERPOOL FACKETS.-I'-rkfa V ?t 16th Felioary ? Th? -pi lid well known fast MUtrstfa sailing packet ship ROCHESTER. Capt. Philip Wood use, will sail poeitirely aa above, her regular day, lann I wnmenced her rrgula- tri|>e in Mraare. Woodhnll At Vlinm 'a New Line of Liverpool Packets. The i. rommudatioiis ol I hit ship lor cabin, second cabin and iteeragr paasetigers,cannot be aurpasaed, haviogall the nnprott -ep-sof ihe new modelled packet -hint. Perseus desirous of a -i . g berth- ihould not fait to make early application on * a I, >it uf Burling Slip, or to W. fc J. T. TAP8COTT, 43 Perk Slip, eor. Sooth at. Prrsojs rair m* of sending for lh- ir frien-l- iu the old connrv, Can hate tin m hr.-nghl OtH on favorable trim J, hv Ihe ipvtc iiruriir wnu n irmm uivrrpi ui on mr j n ??i iff day, and thoac wuhin* to rfmil money can be aupmrd with draitt I'm any am ni.i i>ayahl< i.nilriwail, whknii n.ri uut, iu all the principal town* nf Ureat Britain and litanil. I h' packet thiii Hotllncncr will tucoacil the Rosheitir ami ail on tha I6ih March, her munlar Ha v. j2? r I t} MBfcKMR.NS' BANK. "WiTrren, IV. .XorOiamprai B,hk' AI,MU"wn' r'- >}ewl*7.rsTLf?trW " n Wall it, and 1*0 Broadway. I RK H MORNING, FEBRUARY 1 SEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. - it n< i ,SJL. Krom Ine lo?t ol Ceurtl.iadt atreet, New York (Every day?Sunday n?i e|ited.) Leaves .New Yoik Leaves Newark \t 9 A.M. Ati P.M. At 7K A. M. At IK T. M MR .0. t do. 8 do. JK do. I ?V do 9 do. 6 dr.. 7 do. It 10 do. ( ON SUNDAYS. , Kiom the (Not ol OenrUnndt itreet. Leave New York. Leave Newtuk. At 9 A. M. aud IK P. M. At IS P. \L and 10 P. M. M?W YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. 1 Lean New York. Leave Elizabeth Town. ? A. M. 7 A. M. 1 2 P.M. M A.M. 2V " los A. M. 4.V P. M. IS M. I S P. M. 9\ " The trains Cor Weslfield. P!\i:>fi< Id. Bonndbrook, Somerrille. , lie., connect with the 0 A M, 3 ltd P M mini Irom New Yoik, daily. Sundays excepted. Enre between New York and Klizabeth Town 2& eenu. S'are between do and Somerville. 7J cents. I VYW YOltK. UAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Kare reduced, t rom the foot of Liberty atiret, daily. I Leave New York. Leave New Bmuawiek At 0 A. M. At IK A. M. I 2\< P. M. 7k " i* ? iA ' 9 P-^M. _ . , , iru aonanyi inr :>*% and ,-a.ivi. rnp# irotn [Mew uruntwicli and 2X P. M. train from New V rh, are quieted. Fare between New Yo-b ulu New Brunswick, 75 cenu. Railway, 50 eenti The fare in tlie 5j? and 7X A. M. trami'roin New Brum- , wick, and 2X ?nd (X r, M. train from New York, has been re duccd. New York nnd New Brunswick, to 50 cent*. " anTl Railway to 37X Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re j *ive a ferry ticket gratia. Ticket* are received by ihe con iuclor only on tin Jay wlmu purclia?ed. nil 3ir>* ' "NEW YORK' AND BOSTON KAIL ROAD L1N K. Via Norwich and Worceitkr Railroad*. Composed of the fnHowing aoperior ateainer* running in couuection with the Norwickfc Woree?tei and Worcester it Bostou Kail K.m>i*? WOHCKHTf.R, Capt. J H Vanderbilt. NEW HAVEN, Capt. J. K. Duatan. CLEOPATRA, Capt . On ami after Monday, Nov.2l?t,this tine wfll be rnn tri-weekly, leating New York, Tueidaya, Thuraday* and Saturday* only, at 4 r. M. : Krum Feck H,,.. E*~ k"er. The new and splendid steamboat NEW HAVEN, Oaptain J. K. Duatan, will leave every Tuead ly, Thuraday and Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passengers lor Boaton rill be forwarded immediately on the arrival of tltrabove boat* at Norwich, and will proceed without change ofcaraor baggage. For further information, enquire at the office of D. B. ALLEN, 39 PecK alip, upstair*. All persona are forbid trusting any one oa account of the above 6oata or owner*. n25r MORRIS AND ESSEX RAIL ROAD, New Arrimreuieiu^r^?"at great expehse wiih ihe moat approved and heaviest H ra'l, to secure a safe and eap<diliou* convcyauco between New York and Morriatown, will commence running two trips daily, Suudaya eacepted, on and after Monday, Jau, ! . First'I >win from Moiriatown will leave at7X A M. Second Train from Morriatown will leave at IX P M. First Train from New Yoik.will leave at t A M?Newark at 9X AM. Second Train from New York will leave at 2X P M?Newark at 3X I' M. basseugers by the Morning Train from Morriatown will arrive ai N- wark in time for the 9AM Tram to New York, or the morning Train to Phi'apelphU; by the Afternoon Train they will arrive at Newark in time for the 3P M Train to i New Yoik or the Evening Train to f'hiladelp ta. Passengers by the Morning Tiai from New York will airive at Morriatown in t>me to dine and take auy of the Stage* run- ' nine west or north from that place. ji6l*n*ec I WINTER ARBANUEMKNT. ! NEW YORK AND PHTLADkLPfllJTRATCTTO^B LINE DIRECT. Via Newark, New Brunswick Princeton, Trenton, Bordea lowu and Burlington. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New York, from the foot of Liberty street, daily, at 9 A M and 4X P M. The morning i,>ne proceeds lo Bordentown, from thence by ati amDoat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceed* direct to Camden, (oppoaite Philadelphia) without change of ear*. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office font of Liberty street, where a commodious steamboat will be io readi nesss, with nagerage crates on board. 1 I'hiladelohia baggage crates are conveyed from city to citv, i vitiiout being opened by the way. Erich train is provided with n Ladies Car, in which are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for thy Ladies use. Ill-turning, the lines lenve Philadelphia from the foot of | Chestnut atreet by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.and , i o'clock, P M. The Lines for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, and 4 P 1 M, being a continuation of the lines from New York. ?28 3m*r | DAILY PACKAGE EXPRESS CAR FOR ALBANY, I TROY, AND BUFFALO. | gasafo By the Housatonic Rail Ko il, runniuc through from tliii City to Albany in Twelve H mrs. Leaves at 7 o'clock in the morning. | The subscriber* have made arrangements with the Hnnsa:oni Hail Road Cotn|>any, to rnu an Eirrris Car (escliisively for ou u?i |hirnone) daily, over their road with the nuuenarr train, runuina through W? Albany in twelve hours, inu arc now prepared to receive and forward at low rates. Specie. Bank Notes, Packs. .<?. Bales and Caaca of O.iKla, Ike., for any of I the above named or infrtnediate placra. Will atteud protiiplly to the collection and payment of billa, uotei. diafta and arcnunia, and such other business aa may be entrusted to their care. d?r POMEROY It CO 3 Wall ?'roct. New York. PULLEN <te COPP'S Meaara. Hernd'O k Co. harinc disposed of their ronte Irom New York to Albany and Tioy, the anbecri- i hcra, the old eondnetora of Harndcn k Co'a Northern Kipreu, from New York, will continue to ran as . heretofore 'lean in; New York, Albany and Trey, Daily, and I eonnectat Troy wnh Jacobs' Montreal Ktprcaa.and will for- i ward S|iecie, Bank Notes, Packages. Bundles,Cases of Goods j kc., to any place between Nsw York and Montreal, and thronghont the Canada's. Also East, from Troy and Albany to f Boatou, and Weil from Albany to Butf.ilo. t All business rntmited to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particular attention will be paid to the collection of in tra, drafts, acceptances, ke , and prompt return* made for 1 the same, I PULLEN k COPP. Offices?Pnlleu k Corp, JW[ Wall street. New York. Thoa. < Jonith, 15 Evchaugr, Albany. A O. Kilknis, 238 River atrcet, Troy. U. Jacob's Exchange Court. St Paul at, Montreal. , REFERENCES. Naw Yore. Albawv. Tnor. Prime, Ward St King, E.J.Humphrey, Jno Pavne, ( Jacob Little, k Co.. Thoa. Oongh. P. Wclfa, John T. Smith, k Oe., 8. K. Slow, Pepoon k Hoffman, V. S. Donglaaa, 1 Carpenter k Vcrmilyc, F.Leake I Hons hton k Co. I Drew. Robinson fc Co. n24 GOU RAUli'S POUDRE SUBTILE, i FOR COMPLETELY AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATING alTDOULM ITllTTU II A ID oui ijiiruuv'uo 11 /\ i rv . rpHE nniveravl popularity of this justly celebrated Chemical j I Preparation for the destruction of the strongest and toughest Hair, from the toft down on (em lies upper lip and arms to the | stubborn beard of m u, needs not a word of eommrnt in its praise. It is sufficient to sty that it is to be found in thi* city only st the old and original office 67 Walker at, one door from I Broadway?(I per bottle. Beware of deleterious imitations. < Where also may be had OOURAUD* EAUDEBEAUTE. | unrivalled for extermin ting Tan, Pimples, Blotches, Hallow! ' II-as, Sores, and all cutaneous eruptions, and a healthy ( juvenile bloom. it per bottle. Gouraod's Vegetable Liquid Rouge,?a superb article, and , the only one in ttse. Vlcrnts |*r bottle. ' Oouraiid'a Blanc D'F.spagiir, an excellent preparation for | itntartiuK a pure, life like whiteness to the complexion, free ] from the injuti <us proprrtirs generally euteriug into comtnualinn for this purpose Pot up in elt s int boxes at IS rents SMB. I Aouivts.?New York?Albany, Guthrie, t Maiden Lace; p Poughkcepsie. Jsred Gray; Utica, Wade, druggist; Hamilton > M. Co. Gregg A Grants; Louisville Louis Co.; W. A. Chase; Goshen, Elliott. C? tin.. Myers, Chapel at. New Haven; W. ' Faulkner, Norwich; Wells A Humphreys, Hartford; Charles [ Dyer. J'.. I'roridenre; Thomas, Newport; Clowes, hairdresser, Springfield; Greene A Co., Worcester; Burt, Li'tle Kalis; Coggesnall, South Second si, New Bedford; Jordan, 2 1 Mi k etreet, Boatou; Lowell, Carleron A Co.; Sslein, Ives; | Newhuryport, Hodge; Portsmouth, Prest n; Poitlaud, Parker, , Exchange at; Bangor, Guild; Hallnwell, Scaminos. New Jersey?Newark, I'rippe; Princeton, Dr. Beabrook. Pa., Phila , f hi Chrsnut stree>, Lancaster, Heiuitesh, dmvgist; Harrisburgh- f Kobiusou periodical agent; Pittsburgh, Tu'lle: Cincinnati, t Thomas A Co, Main street; Va., Ricninoad, Mrs Frayzer; D. C. Washington, Seihy Parker; Alexandria. <5. C.. Berry; Md., Baltimore 8.8 Hance, Ac. ?c Applications for agent ( eies mnst be gaowt paid (none othei* are taken from the |?ost-of- ^ fice) and ace >mp?nied with a N. reference, uuexcep tiotiable. Wi.hiu a few years this remarkable and useful che mical inreniion for completely eradicating vnnerflnons hair, has attained the hi-hc.t pitch of celebrity, tun consequently f excited the cupidity ol a nest of base counterfeiters, wh > at tempi to siiMeh from the inventor the just recompense for his Ishor. Purchaser! should therefore ' e on their guard and see * that exety bn'tle of the Poudrr Snhtilr is square, and K Krlix r Gour-ud, Poudre Subtile, N. Y., cast iu each bottle, and the Doctor's fac uniile ciign'ed on the outside wrapper. Directions, French and F.trglith, accompany each bottle. t Remember the ouly office in N. V. for the shove celebrated n Cosinet c, is 67 Walker street, one door from Broadway. ^ ffilmr 'I'O THC LOVERS OF SCfEHIOK BLACK TEA* Miitirr?Tnii umnely drlictteus nud nnpiraJ!el#?d Ttt, no hiffhly etlihntcd in Ch'Dn And Kurope, jtut im P *T?a tfitahliirlimi nt, 'II cli*?h?in at. Nf? York*?io i'hme?? " pnrkaara I'rirr V> fnu and tl lit )in?FC< >NOMY FN DRI 88 JWiBOADWAY. O TO ITE THK FOUNTAIN. , I would ?n* oil to the comoinuilv thai I am luinUhit'* rrrn* a liclf or clothing at pruoortior.ahTy prtrra, ftr t a'Mch hatr brrii ?lf.>rd*d, tad wonid ?n!icn j a eall from thotr caprb c "f apprreiaiina work, urn l th*y may J tidy? of the indne? mmta "(Tnrrl to thine paying muy inourt. ( Strange, in the ?ity running (.trmenU, Will pleaie Irani " our pncea. . WM. T. JENN1N04, JW lm"c Draper aud Tailor. > [ERA , 1843. Letter* from Turkey, In Kurope?Ho. 3. [Corrrapondence ol the Herald.) Constantinof!.*, Nov. 24, 1842 Events in Stamltoul?Movements of the Sultan? Appearance of Society, tfc. Mr. Editor :? Had I to communicate intelligence of a political nature only, my task would lie a a barren one indeed, for a calm has reigned here since my last date, broken only by news of li'tie if any importance, and which h-'s almost invariably proved to be either false or greatly exaggerated. We are, however, expecting the return of the Seraskier Pacha from Syria, where he is making a tour to examine into the affaire that have so long distracted that country. The representatives ol the Allied Powers have received directions from their respective governments to exert themselves in re-establishing order there, and they are only awaiting the Seraskier's return, to settle definitively the footing on which the inhabitants are to be held; for until now, they have been regarded by their rulere as captives to their bows and to their spears, and are treated accordingly. Under the most favorable circumstances the subjects ol (he Porte are ground to the dust with oppression. Ho you may fancy the cheerful and encouraging position of a population that is looked ii|ion by its rulers as a herd of robbers Hnd rebels. The Sultan, as I informed you in a postscript to my last, has been blessed with another son, ann has iiHined him Abdul Hamid. He has sent autoarauh letters to all his allies, informing them ol an event so auspicious to the Ottoman Empire. For a week after the birth of this prince, salutes were fired three times a day, in everyplace in the empire, which rejoiced in the possession of a single cannon, wherewith to testify their joy. The Bazaars and minarets were lit up with thousands of varied colored lamps and mashallahs, and each trade uecorated its Bezestern with analagous emblems. The 9ound oi cymbals and twanging of mandolines issued from the numerous coffee houses,?and hs I strolled through the crowded streets,all appeared as happy as if each one had derived some great personal benefit from the event they were celebrating. The steamer " Bangor" arrived here the 12th inst. from Boston. Her peculiar construction, which is so very diflerent from that of the Mediterranean Bteamers, lias excited much curiosity. She has been thronged with visitors ever since ner arrival in the tlolden Horn. The Turks call her the steam kiosk. It is said she is to ply between Constantinople and t?alonica. 1 fear that her enterprising commander, Captain Dun, will have many difficulties to overcome, as an Austrian company has long had the monopoly of most of the steamers here. On the 4th inst., being the first day of Bairam, His Imperial Majesty proceeded in great state to ofl'er his prayers to Allah in the gorgeous Mosque of Sultan Acnmet. The procession commenced at 8, A. M , and at an early hour every avenue to the principal gate of the Seraglio was thronged with Muspulmen, rajahs, giaours, &c. We were lucky in securing a favorable sjhii near the gate, and had not been theie many minutes before we heard the crashing of the imperial band, as it approached through the interior courts of the Seraglio, at the head of the procession. But ere it appears, I must inform you, that this gate opens on a large rquare, which offered to smcIi as were elevated above the common herd, an undulating sea of turbans, fezes, and calpacks, from which arose a vast murmur, such as was perchance heard at the building of Babel But we return from this digression in time to see the head of the procession make its appearance. The imperial band, under the instruction of the brother of Donizetti, bids fair to rival that of any European Monarch, and on the present occasion, as it poured forth the thrilling melodies of Bellini, 1 thought 1 had never heard anything so inspiring. After the band, followed a long array of military officers of high and low degree ; all in full dress, and covered with brilliant decorations, their chargers prancing in wild gambols to the sound of the music that preceded them. Old Tahir Pacha, Minister of the Marine, who eomr.-anded the Turkish fleet when that untowaid event happened at Nuvarino, naced forth on his ambling palfrey, and no one would have guessed, from he good natured smiles which mantled his sunburnt loufiiptiu fho Iparfnl iruffpriipd hp apfprl in Hiipiiiw ihe Greek revolutionary war. It is related t<f him ihat on one occasian, on visiting a frigate in the Bosphorus, having some trilling laull to find with Iter commander, he saluted him with a kick, and on the latter's presuming to expostulate, he ordered his followers to administer him the more convincing argument of the bastinado, which was accordingly done in the presence ol the whole crew, no doubt to their infinite edification' Rizza Pacha, the Muscher of the Palace, was greeted with a hum ol approbation as he issued from underthe vast portals ol the Seraglio. His appearance was certainly the most magnificent of any that hud, until then, passed us, both with regard to the splendor of his apparel, the richness of his horees' caparison, and the number of his retinue. After the Cabinet of State, came that of the Harem, headed by a huge negro, mounted on a powerful steed, and supported on either side by officers of rank. His ill-favored countenance, black as |et, served admirnbly as a loil to the innumerable brilliants with which he was covered. The multitude on boih sides ol the path, kept open for the pageant by double lines of soldiers of the Imperial guards, made many profound salarus as he passed, but cracked their jokes on him as soon as his back was turned on them The inferior eunuchs did not fare as well as their chief, for some adventurous wags laughed in their faces at their beardless chins. Toallthe witticisms of the mob they returned no answer, nor ndeed seemed to hear them, but with faces dish tured by untimely wrinkles, rode on at a slow pace jn their well-fed geldings How was heard a mighty tramping and neighing, and as soon appeared the most beautiful horses of the Sultan's stables, each led by a couple of pages in costly attire, whose united strength was scarce fiufficient to hold in their maddened prisoner. These horses are nil of the purest Arab, Persian, or Koortlistan breeds, though somewhat fleshly from being too much pampered, and not taking sufficient exercise, as no one but the Sultan may back them?their beautiful forma, taper limbs, small sinewy heads, fiery eyes, and broad flaming nostrils, bespoke them the peers of those noble races. Their heads were decorated with ostrich plumes of various hues, and lewels of great price hung on their foreheads. The housings by which they were covered, embroidered, ?ome with diamonds, others with pearls, emeralds, or rubies. These jewels have been heirlooms in the Imperial lamily for many generations, and have received frequent additions from each succeeding Sultan. They are regarded as (tarred, and only aee ihe light on occasions like the present. I could aee with what watchful eyea the pages guarded their gorgeous charges, tor they are made responsible for rvery stone that is lost. But now approaches his Sublime Highness, at <ight of whom the multitude prostrates itself. He jestroile a majestic snow white barb, and was supported on each side hy Pachas. Around him were .he Bostangis or body guard, who wore lofty green eathers in their caps; and after them caine the mblic executioners, and hangmen, clothed in green Loud hurrahs rent the air, as Abdul Mepd ap>r?aehed, proceeding froin the throats of his valliant mldiers, and well paid cries of" Long live our Sulhii, ' made sturdy efforts to inspire the mob with ttilnusMsm, but did not meet with the success they irobably anticipated. This imbecile monarch, his lips apart, and a va:anl stare on a countenance already deficient in expression, rode through the crowd as it scarce aware >f their presence. He honored us, as he generally Iocs Franks, with a long and deliberate stare, and 'ven tuned his head when he had passed us, to give is anotl < r glance. The |-|[ cession then closed with a detachment ol fiiards, ^ hich was followed by a rabble rout, such is usual\y deligh' in constituting itself the fag end ifall processions. We mingled with the throng, and entered the exensive court in front of the mosque of Sultan Ahnet. I fere th" led horses were paraded about, and ve remained for some lime admiring their beautiful ironortions. Novemhfr '27th.?The Seraskier Pacha has reurned Irorn Syria, and after having rendered an ccount to the Sultan of the important mission that as been confided to him, the ministers of the Alied Powers will urge the speedy solution of what * now stvled ih" question of Mount Lebanon, and stablish on a firm basis the right9 of the inhabitants >' that country. It is indeed singular to mark the coolness with vhioli the great Kunqiean powers arrogate to themelvt-sthe rmht of interfering in the most s'rictly inernal affairs of this tottering empire. It reminds ine of a childish old invalid surrounded bysot-t/t?/o< friend , wht?se apparent anxiety is to prolong lis existence, but whose secret hope is that eytry Irug they administer may hasten his dissolution, rhey defend him against rapacioua relations (i. e. he Pachn of Egypt} only that the inheritance tray ail safe and entire into their own hands < % LD. Pile* Twt Out*. Philadelphia. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Puii.auEi.rHu, Jan. 80, 1843. Dkar HI* : ? The announcement of your intention to publish in a aheap form the religious literature of the last two hundred years, meets, as it deserves, th? approbation of ail discerning men and women in this city. 1 have lung thought that something should be done to divert the tide of licentious writing from us, and am glad that while the authorities have slept soundly under the infliction, you were the tint to raiau your mighty voice in this common cauae, the go?d of human kind. Within the last twenty-lour hours we have had two horrible suicides?one of a Malay youth, recently urnved in the ship bt. Lawrence, from Manilla?by ripping up the bowels. The mede of infliction, and the conduct ot the young man during the voyage, (he huviug repeatedly attempted his life betore,) would le..d to the most probable conviction ot his insanity. The second case was that ot James Hart, who came to his death by deliberately juioping into a barrel ot very cold rain water; cause, great Buttering Irom a rupture. The Tansill court martial still progresses. The evidence being completed, Lieut. Tansill was heard this morning through Mr. Hoban, his counsel, in a withering reply to his persecutors, amply refuting the charges against him, and recoiling in no trifling way upon Lieut. McLaughlin. The Walnut street Theu re on Saturday evening presented one ot the best houses ot the season to welcome Mrs. and Mr. Brougham on their return to our city. The Love Chase waj performed to admi ration, and it is no false praise to say that Mr. Chippendale's was the very best done part in the piece. This gentleman possesses rare and versatile talents, and is justly appreciated by the intelligent Walnut street audience. Constance was very good, by Mrs Brougham, but we have seen it played much better. Miss S. Cushman found a display tor that true loveliness which hangs so sweetly about her, in the amiable and heroic bllen. The concert at the Musical Fund Hall on Saturday night was a very brilliant atiair, and drew an audience ot fifteen hundred persons, to be delighted by the harmony of sweet sounds, we would propose a repetition at an early (lay. Mre. Bailey takes a benefit to-night at the Chesnut, with the entire opera troupe, playing Fra Diavolo, and John ol Paris. Ttie weather continues most charming, and Chesnut street is tilled with all the colours ot the rainbow, mouuted upon the most cliartniug lorms, laces, and eyes, which the world can produce. Vours, Arc. PhiladelphiaHa tor son, N. J. [Curr?|>oii(l?uce ol the Herald.) Paterson, N. J., Jan. SO, 1843. New Putt matter?JJuti neu?Balls? Politico?Mi I lerism?Fashion. James Gordon Bennett, Esq.:? Dear Sir? Our jiious but uristocratic town has been in considerable commotion the last week, on account of the appointment of a postmaster in the place of Judge Parker, removed. The ex-postmaster is an old and very respectable inhab tant of our town, but it seem* a few of the faithful, thinking he was not quite as accommodating as he might be, and that he did not sing enough of the Ty, (without .he Tip,) they set themselves to work to procure a man that had all the requisites the case demanded, and at last they found one Charles D. Quin, a democrat of the first water. A strong petition Was lorwarded to Washington, headed by the Ex-Governor, (Dickeraon,) and in a few days Mr. C?uin received his commission. Judge Parker never indulged in politics at all?always attended to the business of his office? and it he did make some mistakes in his calculation, it was not ignorance or inatteniion on his part; and what man among us is perfect! The appointment is far trom being popular?a huge majority believing (and justly too) thut if a new postmaster was necessary, a much better selection could have been made. As the old saying goes, we have surely jumped Irom the Irying pau inio the fire. Business is quite brisk at presen:, most of the mills being in operation. A number of the aristocracy have formed themselves into a club for the purpose of giving what they call " social balls," every week, at the residences of the ladies'! Their band consists of one performer on the violin, and the way the rosin sutlers, is a caution to manufacturers of that article. Among the an this of the day, 1 hear that a fina meeting is to be held at the elegant mansion on fhe hill, for the purpose of completing the organization of the Clay club. Whether the Colonel of the regiment is to be present or not, I can't hear, but it's certain his presence cannot be dispensed with. Millerism flourishes considerably among us, one quarter believing in the doctrine. Many are selling their farms; merchants giving up their stores ; factories ^hutting up, and every body thinks there is no chance for living more than one vear- I see you expect Miller in your city soon. If you can prevail on him to come here, you will greatly oblige us.? And that you can help the cause of sufferingHumanity, no one doubts. In my next 1 will give you a description of a grand wedding that is to come off soon. Your paper is in great demand among us?and the fact is, there is very little else thought of until the first train of cars arrive Your agent is very bilging. Acceptmy best wishes for yourself, and the young editor, hoping he will prosper in his business, ana be the means of reducing the Beach leaves ana oysters. Respectfully, Patkrson. Vltmrmrj ilotltM. Th* Democratic Review, (February)?/. 9y H. G. /singlfy.?The conteota of thia Magazine appears to be asauming a more light and varied character, and we think the change was desirable. Major Davezac contributes a very excellent "chapter on Gardening," in which he reviewa with great judgment and much taste,several interesting worka, which have recently appeared on Horticulture and Landscape Gardening. "The Community System" by Mr. Hrownson is a long and sufficiently obscure development oi the transcendental theory of human nature, and the principles of "Commercial Organization." Some of the notions promulgated are curious, and we may take a future opportunity of subjecting (hem to some examination and exposure. "Adam and Eve" is a very gracefully written paper, by N. Hawthorne, and contains much quiet sarcasm of some of the frivolities of artificial life. "The Secret Pamphlet," a tale of the time of Louis XVI," by Dr. Mayo, is written with great spirit, and has excited our desires to meet with more sketches of a similar character from the same masterly ,?en- A good engraving of Silas Wright, Jr. is given, with a memoir of the life of this distinguished Senator. Ria.vca Cafblw by Lady Lvtton Bulwer. Thia new novel has jnst been i?ued by tViiuhtattr. It is a work of great |*>wer and interest, and has excited greai aitrntion on the o'herside of the wafer. It in for sale at tlie Herald Literary Depot, pnce 18J cents. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.? WtncAttI ttr, pnblithrr?Price 18J cents..?Thta reprint is another proof of Winchester's liberal enterprise Blackwood, one of the best, if not the very best of the British magazines, will now be within tne reach of eyery body. This work is also for sale at the Herald Literary Depot. Roberts' Reprint of Bk.nti.ey's Miscbixant? Price I2& cents ?Bentley's Miscellany, is now almost universally known for its humor, wit and comicalities. It must now become universally popular here. For sale at the Herald Literary Depot. The New York Legal Observe*?January.? them, 42 Ann street. A very interesting number. Prime Fa'.ts for the Farmer.?By Af R. BartIrtt. ? A very useful publication, it is ol the greatest value to agriculturists, and breeders of cattle. Hector O'Halloran?No. 9.?AppUton + Co.? The merits of this work are sufficiently known and appreciated. Thk Rainbow ?A dee 4- Entiibritok ? A very neatly got up and interesting magazine. All the fraterternity should have it. Court f Common HUas. Before Judge Inglis. Jan 31 ? Gerdirnr IPktrlwrtgM vs. Colti 8. Fmtdtet ? This w?s an action on a promiaory note lor two Ths de l*?neo wai uflury Mr. GofMnrd for plaintiff Mr Thompson for .loffmdant.

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