Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 4, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 4, 1843 Page 1
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THJ Vol. IX. No.*J3. Whole Ho. 3 48. To the Public. THK NEW YORK HERALD dailynewspaper pub. liehe.l every day of the year except New Year's <l y anJ Fourth of July. Price 2 cents per copy or $7 26 per an. nura postages paid cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD published every Saturday morning price 8J cents per copy, or $3 12 per annum I >0it ages paid cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over 111 ItlTX thuu saihu, ma mcrcuwiij (act. It has the largeet circulation of any paper in thi$ city, or the world, and it therefore, the hut channel forhutinett men in the city or country. Price* moderate caih in advance. PRINTING of all kinds, executed at tho moet moderate price*, and in the rao*t elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, pnoraieto^or the Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets. AGENTS. 1 ne following is a list of th agents for the Herald, where subscriptions will bo received, and single numbers are found tor sale regularly : at what slack. auknti. Boston George W. Redding. Philadelphia B. Zieber. Baltimore W. Tay lor. Washington, D. C G. B. Zieber & Co. Buffalo, N. Y T. 9. Hawks. New Haven, Conn T. H. Pease. Hartford, Conn J.W. Judd. Albany, N. Y G. Jones. Troy, N. Y..., H.Green. Lantingb'rg 4t Waterford.N.Y. Thomas P. Richards. Newark, N.J D Smith. Catskill, N. Y H Howe. New Orleans J.C.Morgan. Cincinnati, O Robert Camahan. Paterson, N. J Matthew Dougherty. Norwich, Con Morgan Saiford. Rochester, N. Y L. Moore. Elizabethtown, N- J Sumuel CraneNew Brunswick, N. J William Solomon, St. Louis, Mo Woodwurd & Mathews. Charleston, Amos Head. Hudson, N. Y George Clare. Augusta, Ga S. A ,Holmes. Mobile, Ala Milton Bollemet. Poughkeepaie Levi Smith. Trenton J. Raunsley. Pittsburg. Pa Jos. P. Israel. Louisville, Ky W. A. HalJeman. Wheeling, Ya J. H. Thompson Co. New London, Con L L. Spt-rry. Newport William A. Fry. Utica J. B. Leak. Savannah, Ga Amos Head. Nashville, Trnn A. Billing*. s h aSNE&AL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, N. W. CORNER OF FULTON AND NASSAU 8T8. is iiii'piied wim tvrrv raverMi ueceiiary n r uic jtohiju, ne n, and economical execution ofcveiy description ol w&mm aaKrasja, Pa 1 if attention it requested to this establishment, in the n suraace that ample sntistac iou will be given as reg mis typography, press work, and chatgrs to those who r.qnire f.uey or common, large or sma'1 work cheaply and expeditiously executed. LABELS, CHE' KS. waybills. circulars, SHOW B'LLS, BALL TICKETS. STEAMBOAT BILLS, BILLS OF LADING, RAILROAD BILLS, BU8INY SH C \RDfl, STAGE BILLS, CATALOGUES, PAMPHLETS, BILLHEADS, HANDBIL'S, NOTES, rou THEATRES, CIRCUSES, CONCERTS, MUSEUMS, LECTURES, PUBLIC MEETINGS, Or anr other place* where the largest description of printiug ia requoed. The facililies for lliu work are not equalled by any office in this city, for, besides the Urge assortmentof AW (RiNABflKNVAl!. WW, This est hlishmeut ha* the LARGEST PRESSES IN TUB CITY. Great pain* have been lakeu to provide every material that csn po.sibly be of service, and therefore persons having occasion for Showbills, will find it greatly to heir advantage to pationi/.e this establishment. 17" Any sixe or form of Bill can be furnished at very short nonce. fj AA E RR Y'5~MU B E UXTTw February. I84S-E mbsTIishtvI menls Tower of Babel, the Thief. Colosseum, Water Spouts, Bovs and Girls, the Hois*, Rural Scenes, Conflagration of t'-e Tower of London. Ac. Costsxti-Sources of History. Somethirg abaut Government, The Law is Every where, Equality, Artificial Ice for Skating, rh Wa'er Spout, Smiles. Beauty, the Elephant and F x, The Vain Seircn, Imagination, Sis er, 3nrui>g 4>f die Tower of London, The Gleaner, Mstals, PiU'siau Exercise, AG me for children, Anecdotes of Bonaparte. Vane tin, Power of Music. Anecdotes, Puzzles, Love of Nature, True Stories of the Y.utig, Ac. The Museum is published on the first of each month, at the excet dinr low price of SI per annum iu advance. The publishers have also the first and second year ofihework, containing 38' pages, n-atly bound, ornamented bv numerous engravings and music, for SI per year. The Museum has a citcuiatiou of 10,000. and is bv far the cheapest and most popular p-rioi*icsl f >r youth id the country. BHADBURY. SODEN A CO.. 1-7 Nassau st N.V. And No. 10 School street, Boston. Also for sale at this office. fi 2k* m A GOOD CHANCE now offers to any perspn Wiibmg to commence the wholesale and retail Wine and Liquor buainers. The stock, fixtures, horse, wagon and harness, also the good will is now offered for sale at a bargain, with two years l...... M ... Tlw. i . .I. .. l ,l, l . ale and ret.iii business, and ran be easily increased. The cheap grocery business can be added with little eipenae and to (realadvantage The alore ia large with a good cellar, situated opposite a good market,and the neighborhood thickly-populated. The atock can ba reduced to suit the purchaser Kent low. The proprietor's only reason fir selling ia on account of leaving the eouutry. N. B The above is an excel ent opportunity for a">y person wishing to commence buaiosss. An early application ia re quested. Address W. M. H Herald Office. PJSt'r T'HE NEW YORK L.'.G.YL OBSERVER is published br Samuel Owen, Editor aud Proprietor, at 12 Ann street, very Saturuay, price oue shilling per copy, or $5 per advance. In addition to the decisions in the American Courts, all the important eases in the following Courts will appear fiom Michaelmas Term, Nov., 1812: The Lord Chancellors Court. The Vice Chancellor of Englands Court. Vice Chancellor Kmvht, Brure's Court. Vice Ch ncellor, Wigiam'a Court. Court of Qneen^ Bench. Con t of Common Pleas, and Court of Evrh quer. f!3t*r I QO MILITARY HALL, ~BOWERY.-FOR SALE J. </i)j The good will nl the lease, fixtures, furniture, crockerv And glass waie, with the stock of wines, ftc , for sale, price $150(1. seven hundred dollars of which can remain on bono and mortgage for one year. The rent is tVO i r annum. The from basement an * the use of one room in the third story now let for S3D0 a year. The purchaser can readily let the rooms lbr b ill., drills, committees Stc lur $100 per tnotith on an avenge. For fu'the.'particu. arc apply at slie bar. Sale positive. Ita'ec WE THE UNDERSIGNED, Importers aud wiol. sale Dealers, having uaed and sold L. Chapman's Metallic R>zor Strop, do freely recommeud it as being smart r to anything which hat hitherto come under our notice of a similar nature Signed A Si S Wilh ts. importers of hardware, No 303 Pearl at; A W Spies >t Co, do, all do; Willit fc Brothers, uo. 215 do; Oakley fc Loomiv, do, (2 do; Sheldon k Phel;*. do, 25 and 27 South William at; Halated k Brothers, do, 51 Pearl at; Kissain, Bryce k Jones, do, 238 Pearl at; Sichuan St Fraxer, imporrers of Fancy Goods, 136 eo; Posts at Main, iuipoiter of drugs, 44 Cedent; Field, I hompson it Co, import# rs ol Dry Goads 55 Cedar st, bellows, Vail Arsdalc k Cooper, Watches, II Maiden Lane; Ufehk Co., 'inp. of Stalron-ry 24' Pear I it; Win K Gouidiug, Surgical Instrument mauufacluier, 35H t hatham at. To be had hy th dogen at the maiiu'acturrr'a pines of the above fi ins, and at retail, at ihe priHCi| l laucy store* throughoqi j 1 c illy. fj Iiii m UNl'lP.Lf Si AT Eft TEA EMPOK1UM. 121, lair 1Chatham stiff I, iVetp York. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I'HE CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer foi 'Afv "** Anb Iragraut Tea* of every variety ami style, j heir assortment specially includes the most delicious and powerful grades ol (jrecn and Black Every paikage bears the siaistr of neatness ar.-d elegance, and the Teas rheteln ap ao thoroughly seemed from right and air thbt th it ./utility and miWer w ill ri main uuimirairtd in any cliinnlc Tneti system o| prosecuting business Is perhaps a.-areely to be excelled. It u lounded upou the utmost regard to the rights ol he custom''liWf'.-I wi'li^respect to weight md quality, and uuri vaneu iiiripur.a. /vu purciiaiera Mr Ci|M ffpoa to return any article whichi Jwl to give ihein the fnllm xtiif 'CIKIn, which the money will be cheerfully and promptly refunded. (JountiJ nii'rrliaiitt, I'Ublie eetabliahimmta, hetda of lainiliea, ami ahipmayterawill nud tt a ilrt nlril advantage to inoplv thrmirlvi-i lioui ihn Mialili^hiorut. Coffee r-'Mtml rvtry day. Ordeii lo ni all inrti of the United fftutea executed with [nunii.tituilc and !*>patch. The only warehouse in America loT thr self of Hon (|lier re'rl"" 1' Ijj ije im . pHILII' HYAN, who etigagid for llir passage , | Klleu MulI I It an Jawea Megar, on tor Kith Not last, will please cell on the nlitoiilH'rt without delay. WkJT TAPUC'OTT, i"(, IVck 'ii> ri.r Month at. e IIOKMKM WAN'1> D Wanted raTsupeiior /iegOHoriri, till able |n- the aaildif. Aw Iv at /v7 l DISBKOW S HIDING SCHOOL, 12 JIT wn Bowery. Foil himrT)k-qttia^uf:tt.ri HtfrKKrv PllN THE CITT Of NEW YOHK A va u Me h um fibonf 8(1 nrwn in Scni'da!'*, Wert Cnesfr* * ountv. two oil let h low White Pimm and twenty-Ave roin New York i.u the main road let dm? io and from eaid places On the premises l a rnactog* double two etciv dwel tog house, with a kitchrn aUaclied; a nam, carriage and onl houree, nil in binOrder; 2 bearing apple orchards. moetiy gi (ted I'rmt, peach, che iy aud uett teee, a good well ot water and ri < ni holding 40 nogal cade of water; ah. tit twelve acrre of wood I m l Th" whole farm well fenced a d mostly with alone wall an.I io g,/od tepjir. Toe Bon Hirer troe > the '< ar, along winch the railro d rune, now n.-arfy roinpleted, to White Plan feiaona detiivUi ol tiring the pre itrt irili And it one of the moat dee.'thle plae t in W. at Chester County. Kn<|uire of J. J. THAY'IA, on the prcmnea, or D. BRUSH. KfcQ ft tm*r No <i; Ktlion t. Vtatf 'iAItiUhN KI.ANTH. Urnqiteti, Krun Ttvtl and & -$11 mlit or tde- D BOLL, Fl rial, corner ot iOih tl ^.ear and Bio oegiiale ro ol. often lor tale a splendid lertioii ol CaniKiliat, Atdei and Kh.'dodendiein Hons, and other freen honse plants, *l verv reduced ptieee. Ilia colleetionof iamrlliot la now in line bloom. Ladiee are partioularlr reqneeted to call and eec them.. bouquets delivered in any pail of the city at very moderate prices. Blooinmudnle atagee atari (torn the Bath at Id, |3, 3,1 ' o'clock daffy. j n , E NE NEW FOR NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA AMI NEW YORK LINE OK PACKETS. Js. My M M> For fr * letter accouunodatinii of shipper*, it is iiiv *ji<lrd le i snip mini mis "on uil I lit' ISI, jut, ll'in, lam, juiii, us tilli ut each mouth, com dicing 'lir loth October anJ cnbUO!| ii unnl May, when regular (lavs will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delay" aud disappointment* will be j revealed during the sumuiel mouths The following ihips will commence tin* airung, men: : i'lup YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONKE.Captaiu Jackson. Ship MlSSISSll'PI, CapUtia Billiard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Caiitaia Hunt. Ship SHAKSPKAKE, Captain Miner Ship GASTON', Captain Latham Ship HU NTSVILLK, Captain Mumlord. Ship OCMULOEE, Captain Leavitl. Ship NASHVILLE, CaptainDkkinaon. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ahi|is wore ..II huilt in the city of New York, eipie**for packets, aie of likhl draft of water, have recently been wly cojipercd and put in yileudid order,with accommodation) lor paaaeuger* unequalled lor comfort. They an cumuiauded by *perieuced iniutet*. who will make every exertion to give general latiafacliou. They will at all tunc* be towed up and down the Mississippi by slenmonatx. Neither the owiuri or captainx of the3C alii| will be response ble for jewelry, bullion preciou* atonea, silt er or plated ware, or for any letters, parcel 01 package, tent 1 y 3 ipnt on board ol them, unless regular bill* ;f .ailing are taken for the same and the value theteon expretsod. Vor freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS A CO., 56 South it., or HULLIN St WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all gooda to tli'eir address. The snips of this liue are warranted to sail punctually as adrertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods correctly measured. mi _ NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. uiJfrom New York on the 26th aud| Liverpool on the llth uf each month. M. M M M From Nkw York. Ship GAKRICK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25th Febiuiiy. Shin KOSCIUS, Captaiu John Collins, 2Slh March Ship SIDDONS. Captain E. B. Cobb, 25th April. Ship 811ERIDAN, Captain F. A. Dejveyster, 25u> May. From LivcRroen. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th Febiuary. Skip SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Dcpeyatcr, 13th Match. Ship OAR1UCK, Captain Win. Bkiduy, 13th Apiil Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 13th May. Theses hips are all ol the lint class, upwards ol lctt'.cns, built .titlie city of New York, with such improvements a scombinr great speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been takeu in the arrangement of their accommodations The twice of passage hence is 8100, for which ample "lores w ill be (irevided. These ships are cpmmanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertiou to give general atisfacaoo Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be response nle for at y letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular Iv 'Is of lading are signed therefor. Forirvight oi pas.-, oiir, apply to E. K. COLLINS A CO., 56 South St., New York, or to WM. A JA8. BROWN A CO.. Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged I2>{ cents tier single sheet; 50 ceuts per ounce, anil newspaper* I cent each. ft r OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKET&. -T<HE ^m^SfE of Liverpoj^^^^-eafter be ". deapntched iu the following order, excepting that when the lay of sailing falls on Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeeding day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, f June 1 July 19 <16 tons. < Oct 1 Nov 19 D. (i. Bailer, t Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June IS Aug 7 7j0 tone, < Oct IS Dec 7 B. L. Waite. f Feb IS April 7 The OXFORD, I July 1 Aug 19 800 tons. < Nor 1 Dec 19 J. Hithboue, r Marc): 1 April 19 The EUROPE, v July 19 Sept 7 CIO tons, Nov 19 Jtu 7 K. u. Marshallr Mar 19 Maj 7 The NORTH AMERICA, I Aug 1 Sept 19 618 tons. 'Dec 1 Jan 19 A. B. Lowber.l April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, (Aug 19 Oct 7 900 tons. Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B.Cropper.I April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE. ilSept 1 Oct 17 850 tons, Jan I Feb 17 W. C Barstow.i Maj 1 June 19 The COLUMBUS, I, Sept 19 Nor 9 TOO tons, .Jan 19 Mar 9 G.A.Cole. May 19 July 7 Punctuality, as regards the day of sailing, wiil be observed as heretofore. The price of nassage outward is now fixed at One Hundred Dollars, for which ample stores of everv description will lie provided, v.ith the exceptiou ol wines and liquora, wloch will be furnished by the slew aids. GOODRUE Si CO., 61 South St., C. H. MARSHALL, 38 Burlinu-tlin, N. Y. je74 lvh BAKING BROTHERS it CO.. Lhuiol. TAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 48 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. Jjjy The snhecribers beg to call the attention of their flieiids and the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringing oat passengers Iroin, and remitting money to, any par* of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, iu tne magnificent packet ships, comprising the " new Line of Liverpool rackets," viz.iShip ROSClUS, Capt. CoJIius. Ship 8IDDONS, Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain Depeyster. Ship GARRICK, CapraiH Skid ly. New ship HOTTINOUER, Captain Bnrsley. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodhouse. Ship ROCHF.8TF.R.Captain Palincr. W.i I IVlr'U pm II I L' 1.1 I Sailing twice every month; ind with the" UNITED LINE," composed of su|>erior firm class American ships. sailing every ten days, will make five shi| -n earh month throughout the year, (or one every sit days) thereby preveuliug the posii Oility of unnecessary detention. Passages direct from London, Bristol and Greenock to New York. Also Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, $ava nah, Charleston. Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the vario s ports in British North America, can at aJl times be engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send Tor their friends, will not fail to tee the advantages to be derived from selecting this line in prefifbence to any other, and they may rest assured that unusual care will be takeQ to make the passage agreeable, the ships being fitted up with an eye solely to the Comfort of passengers. In all cases wl"'rr the parlies sent for decline coming, the money will be refunded without any deduction, as usual. A free passage from the various seaport, of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured. The regular packet* for which the stibscribeis are agents, sail as follows, viz To and from London on the 1st, iOlh.nnd 20tb of tmrh month. To and prom Liverpool on the ut, 7th, i3ih, 19th, and 26th of each month New Orleans. Mobile, Savannah, an : Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons in the coiiDtrv wishing to send money to their friiuds by enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name and address of the parties to receive it, m. y rely 011 a draft for the aroonut being forwarded per first picket, after the receipt tnereof, and au acknowledgement for the same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, without discount or any o;hi r charge, at ine National and Provin cial Banks of Ireland and br niches, Eastern Bank ef Scotland, Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Bult, Son & Co., Bankers, London, Exchange and Discount Bank, Ln 1 and iu every' principal town of Great Britain and Irrlatu Further puticulara made known n application, if by or, post paid, to dSyr W. 8tJ. T. TAPSCOTT, CI Peck Slip. N. York. I^^^^^VRSEli^^^^^he unde nmuur^cd ships will br irgularly dispatched from hence and froin Marseilles on the 1st of each month dnriug the year, thus Froin Ne w York. Marseilles. MINKRV A.Capt Brown, N ,v 1. Jan 1 H'RY THOMPSON, Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. Feb 1 COURIER, Capt Dugan, Jan 1. Marl TRESCOTT, Capt Lawrence, Feb 1. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adam*, Marl. May 1 COHIOLANU8, Cap Haile, A|.l 1. Jon I They are all copperee end copper fastened,and have evcelleut accommodations for passengersThe price of cabin passage will be Slflfl. exclusive o <viur< and li,|Uors. Goods addrsssed to BOYD Si M1NCKF.N, the a gents, will be forwarded free of other harges man those actually pain. For freight or passage apply to O. BROOM ti CO.. or to o22i BOYD Si HINCKEN. Agetils spring arrangement for 1848. m m m olotstablTshei7 emigrant PassatiE office. No. 61 SOUTH STREET, N. Y. DASSAGF. to and from Great Britain and lrel-nd by the reP gular line of packets, sailing on the 1st, 7tb, 13th, 19th and Jit" o' turn month. The old Black Ball line of packet! are a* follow!! Ship NKW YOKK. Captain Cropper, " CAMBUlDUfc, Captain 11 ustow, " COLUMBUS, Captain Cole, " KLROPfc, Captain k'urber, " SOUTH An KMC t, Captain Bailey, " NORTH AMKUICA, Captain Lnwbar, " KMILAND. Captain Waile, " OX k OKI), Captain Karlibonr The Commercial Lmc n composed of lorty superior, faat ailkig ships, all commanded liv mill of ureal experience. Kirat cl tu ah'pa will al o be deapnielsed from Liverpool to Boston, New Orleans and Mobile, three Iimea |>er month; to Bsltimore, Charleston anil Savannah, tv.trt. a ni-rith, to ill- different porta in Biitiah Noith America weekly, 1 lie subscriber, in making known hit arrangements fvr the year 184 I, begs to eall the attention of thoae yrmni residing in the Utnred Stales and Canada, woo wia" to send b>r their frieniU lo ronie Iro i Lop land, I, Seollaad and Wales. thai ihey can alwava he accnnimf dated by tnc line id packet ship* sailing ,u above; mid in older to give more fac litV and quirk ileipatr" to the emigrant, r t rla<a wi 11-known American ships, comprising the Cninmercial Line will, in addition to the picket*, he despatched by I.ik Liverpool ageum, tvery three or fonr day* during the season, thereby avoiding any detention. I' o e ending for their fnenda may rest assured ihat every ihing rouni cteil w til his hnsiueaa will be esccut'd wit, hi* usual piomi tut-s With IsrmrangemenU the subacriber hope* to commaml a preference for this line, and a continii non of ilir public patronage wliitli In* heen ao liberally bestowed for many years past; and in all cases when parlies decline coming (he mom y is refnnded, as customary: a frre passage ran also be secured by steamboats Iroin the different |>orti id Irtland simI Scotland to Llver;iool. Kemutances and Dralia Willi irgard t<i Ins arrat|g *nents rortne payment of his drafts, they aie such as to warrant every satisfaction, ind are paid at nil the hanking lioasi * on di ntand, throughout Oieat Bi itain And Ireland, 'I hose petsotis, thereFore, thiouuhout the Unit'd Stale, who w i h to remit Blonev ti Hp it Iritnd- residing in ipy ),artof tlie United Kingdom, will please "wi ice on I he receipt ol ihe amount here, with D imr nd address ot Ihe party to irceive it, a drnll foi the amount at h rale ol per pound sterling, will he lortsaided per steam siutis or hv Inst packet slop, and a rereipi or dnidirate of same re* turned through the post office For fiiithCT t articuisra apply, (if by It iter |K>st paid) to "i^V?i.",t'^UMAN 61 South air. et, ot J Ik W. K iBl.\ vo5(,Oortc l*ia* ,.*, and Nrptiiin *r Wat, tloo Dock, LivrrpiMl. In Broil*' d Misses Darnel W tight Ik Co., (Jliugow. lu Ireland Dinnis Uelriiv, Ksq., Dublin; Messrs. Joseph Allen bi l : i., Bi llaai; Mr. Win. Cairns, Loudondt iry; A Mur rey. K* l . Coik d?3e ; NKWBURYPOKT Bank Noles wanted lor short usg. Drafrs on Philadelphia and Boston, (pi ulr at 8. J 8 v L VKSTF.H'8, I djlr M Wall et and 1 Broadway. W YO r YORK, SATURDAY M( )ft ift PA88AOEEROM GHK.jHTntPrAIN ANDTKHJAND UV THE BLACK HALL OR OLD LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [S it 1 illix from Liverpool o.j the 7ih and lOtU of every month.] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends can wakt the seetisiry arrangements with the subscribers, and have them corne out in this superior i.ine of Packets, sailing from L if eroool unctu illy on the 7th and 19th of every month. 1 { ev will aJso have a brst rate chvss of American trading shi| , sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly cotnmutuca* lion from that iKirt. One of the finn (,v)r. James P. Roche] is there, te see that 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, without auv reduc tiou. Tne Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise 25? h>>' w iif magnificent Ships, vii The OXM)HD fhe NEW YORK. CAMBRIDGE. COLUMBUS. gUROPE SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. Willi such superior unequalled airaiigemeats, the subscribers confident I y hi L forward for a coutinnance of that support wlui h has been t*uuded to them so many years, for which thev are p.ucecding, r.r .euiiltiuK mouev to their relatives, can at all limes obtain Drills at sight for auy ainouul, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Irelauu, Dull liu, also on Messrs. l'RESCOTT, OKOTE, AMES k CO. Bankers, London,, which tvilj he paid ou demand at any of the Baulis, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout Kujtland, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply,or uddrsss, (if by letter, postpaid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS k CO. 35 Fultou street, New York, next door to the Fulton Bank. N. H. The Old Liue of Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and advantage to select tins favorite Liue for llieir conveyance, in preference to any otlisr. <127 r r LD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PAH nfnKtfWSAOE OKFkJE, 61 South street, New York RegJMSflbsular Line of Packets The aubsciiber continues to bria^ out persons from any part of Ureat Britain and Ireland, who may be engaged by their friends her.-, hy the regular liue of packet ships, sailing every six days 'roin Liverpool. .Persons sending lor their friends, may rely that just care will be taken to haiethem dcspitoin d Wrkhoul delay in Liverpool,and will always endeavor go merit a coutinua ice of the public patronage which has been so liberally bestowed for many years past; and lho<e remitting money can have drafts payable at all the Blinks and branches throughout the United Kingdom. For further particulars, ap.dy [if by letter, posl iwidl to j6r JOHN Hf.RDMAN.8l Sniih tFOB LIVERPOOL NEW LINE .Regular vlrrgV Pack't ol 25tl February. The Splendid Packer Ship ARKICK, Captain William Saiddy, of 10O0 tons, will positively sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having aucommodalions unequalled for splendor or comfort, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. k. COLLIN 8 It CO. 66 South street. Price of passage, 9100. '1 ne Packet Ship Roscius, Captain John Collins, ol 1100 tons, will succeed the Uarrick, and sail the 25th of March, 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 advertised. j26 c PASSAGE FROM LI VKRPOOL The very lflHKfy superior packet nil p MEMPHIS. Capt Kuiglit, will JMBMIEissail from Liverpool early in March. Peisous wishing to send for their frieuds can have tbt-in brought onl in her or auy of the tegular packets by applying personally, or if by letter, post paid, to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner ol South. P 8 Drafts for any amount, payable at sight in auy nank, branch, or agency of a bank, iu England, Ireland aud Scotland, giveu by applying aa above. jy 23i UNITED LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS wMMfV F'rit Patktl The splendid last sailing packet slop JSkEbSSiEUTAW, Capt ' now bulling and will in ri nmi immediate despatch. For r-.iage early auplication I should be mad* on board, or to W.& J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck slip, cotter South street. Persons des'rom of sending lor their friend* can have the in brought out in thia line, en the moat returnable leima, arid (hose wishing to remit money can hare drafts for any aiuount payable on demand,without discount, it, all the principal town* of Great Britain and Ireland. (3 r FOR LIVERPOOL Regular Packet of (tie 'th ftM^aVFebi aa \ > 1813 The Very superior packet ship IbUKOHOti WASHINGTON, Capt iturrows, will tan as JOSEPH McMURRAY, j30r inn Pine, cornet of South street. SiSC PACKET KOK HAV KE, (Second Line) The uJHMFy Ship ST. NICOLAS, John U. Pell, inaater, will JUBMlbi sail ou the 1st of February. BOYD It MINCKEN, jyll T No 9 Tontine Building, " PACKET FOR MARSEILLES February 1st. MnH^-Tlie ship TRESCOTT,^C*gt^ Lawrence., Apply or to BOYD 8i HINCKCN, Asents, jylir 9 Tontine Building. DRAFTS ON IRELAND, foe. The subscribers continue to give drafts payable on demand, without jjUBilEwdiseoiint, or any charge whatsoever. IN IRr.LAND The National Bank of Ireland, the Provincial Bank of Ireland, and their nranches in every county. IN E NOLAND AND WALES Messrs. James Bull, Son ll Co.. banker*. London, the Exchange and Discount Bank, Liveri>ooi, and their branches throughout England and Walesa i IN SCOTLAND The Eastern Bank ot Scotland, the G'eenock Banking Company, and branches in the principal town* ; Sir Win. Forbes, Hunter A Co. Persons in the country wishing to remit money to their friends in any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, by enclosing the amount they wish to lemil to the subscribers, with the name and address of the parties to whom it is to be tent. A draft for the amount will be forwarded the fl-st packet after the receipt thereof, aud acknowledgement of the sane returned per first post. ,12 W It 1 T TArSCOTT. 43 P,ck.lip. New Fork. REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, foe., foe. subscriber continues to transmit money, in sums JCapllfehirKe or small to persons residing in any part of Ire-, laud. Ill the same manuer as ha, and his prrdecesser in business have done for the last hirty years, and more; also, to any part ot England or Scotland. Money remitted bv letter (postpaid) to the subscriber, or ersonally deposited wun hint, with the name of the person or persons in Irulnud, Kuglaud or Scotland, to whom it is 19 be sent, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted and paid accordingly, ami a receipt to that effect given or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money with or claims on persons in any part ol Ireland, England or Scotland, can be collected by the subtcrisM r_ fnr n#rann- raanlim> an * - U- IT :..1 Q* Canada, and will be nai3 to them accordingly. j 8 'Wr IlKHKlll. MeBHIOE. Jr.. 89 1 ailar at. FS?- KRMITTANCE8 TO ENGLAND, IHKI.AND 8COTLAND AND WALKS. Persons proceed JKMhHCb ng or remitting money to any part of i lie old countnr can at all time* obtain rom th mlnctibrn drafts at sight, for any amount on the Royal Bank of Ireland and on Messrs. Preacott, Urote, A no-. in Co, Bankets, Loudon, which arc paid free of discount or anvcliarge whatsoever, in all the principal towns of the United Kingdom. For terms, apply or addresat if by letter, host haid, to ROCHE BROTHERS 8t CO.. 35 Fulton at, neitdoor to the Fulton Bank. P. 8. The subscribers will as hi retofore hare a regular succession of first class American ships, sailing weekly from Liv pool, during the eomiv* year 1(13. For passage, apply as shore dm r BRI TISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200. tons and 440 horse power each, i. r contract with the Lords of the Admiralty. HlBERNIA, C. H. E. Judkius, Commander. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, do CALEDONIA, E. O. Lott, do ACADIA, A. Ryrie do COLUMBIA. K. C. Miller, R N do Will sail from Liverpool and Boston, via HaUfas. as follows : rnoM LITS. SPOOL. PROM BOSTON. Acadia, Ryrie. Feb 4 Mar I Columbia, Miller, AUr 4 Ap'l I "ritannia, Hewiti, Ap'l 4 May I Htbernia. Jodkins, Ap'l 19 M y 10 The accommodations for passengers ere superior. The ve- els re iccempanied by eipenewert surgronv, and amply supplied with Frances* Patent Life Boats. Pisssge ieduced to SI20. No ttertlis secured iDlil paid fcr. For further information apply *o D. UKIUHAM, JR., at HAH.hDKN k GO'S, No.3Wallst. jtoc STATEN ISLAND FERRY. Foot of Whitehall street On and slier Dec. 3d, the steamer STATEN ISLANDER, will ruu as follows, nnril further notice : LEAVE STATES' ISLAND. NEW YORK. IMA. M, 9A.M. 10 Iflit P. M. 1M r. M, dl r 4* .%! > jgM REGULAR OPPOSITION TO CATH Qfg- KILL, and intermediate landings, without tow 3KnBaflL>2L_bargca Regular days fiom Cattskill, Mon days, Wednesdays aud Fridays. Fiom New York, Tuesdays, Thur days a"<l Ba'nrdays. Fare to or from (Cattskill, 10 cents. Berths 80 cents Supper 26 cent*. The new anil fast steamer W AVE, Captain Vauderbilt. will leayr Robinson st. pier Thursday Nov. 17th, at live o'clock. Km further |>articulars inquire of the ca tain ou board. By I running on the days'abnve named, therr will b a daily com tnuuication between Citskillaud New York (audintermedtate places) for freij.' ' -I,l . rssagt " n dm eil pricmn pgr RAIL ROAD LINE OF STAGES 3 rSHl,l'KOM *NKW YORK T > BEDFORD- j rwey>'9if*'w ttn and after Tuesday. January 3d, 1843, the iiilweriher, will run a line of stages Iroin Bedford to New York j three times a week, as follows: Leaves 8eely*s Mansion House, Bedford, every Monday, Weduesday and Fridsa morning at 8H o'cloc.. Leaves the Rail Road Ho'el, corner of Bowery and Broome , sts, New \nrlt, every Tuesday. Wednesday and Saturday morning, by the 9 o'clock cais, passing Marble Hall, East { Chester, ami through White Plains, Bobbins' Mills and Mile rrquare 10 neuiorie. HIRAM DEFOREST. u.c. I>.WI , Proprietors. I The Red Bird Lmr nt'^'agrs will coutinnr to run during rhe , winter from vVInt, '' < every day at 8 o'clock, ami New , Vmk tit ? o'clock, I1 V., Sundaysficeptcd. HIRAM DEH ORES',', , j: !m*r Proprietor. i a. SEW LINK LIVERPOOL I'M KETS.-Pick- ! # V rt Fehnary The rpteuilfd well known f.ef : -ailing packet ahip HOI' II EwTk.R, Capt. Philip . W,>,)< it,e, will tail |i aitivelv aa above, her regular ila\. lia t in in'menceil hrr ti mi I w 'npa .11 Mrrara. Wnodhtill At Miimi i, New Line of Liverpool Parki ta. . Thei m .modntions ol Ihia ahip lor cabin, aernnd cabin and trrngtr ptaaengers.eiinnot be auipaaard. having all the Improve>ei'*a of ibe new inodelleil packet hips. Persona d-annua of n o, g beiih abould not Uil to make early application on , a 1 '">1 ef Burling Slip, oi to ( W. It .1. T. TAPSCOTT, ' 43 Pen, Slip, eo, . Son ill St. ti Persn.ia eair wis of sending for thi ir frienila in tne ),i conn- S trv, can have lb. in brought ont on favorable terms, by the t noove favorite ahip, whn h Iran a Liverpool on the Jih of Apiil, t iter day, anil those wishing to mint money can be upOlieil with ilralU for any m nnt payable on demand, wilhont k liaciiiint, in all the principal towns of Orcit Britain and Ire * I he packet thin Hotllngner will succeed the Roalmstrr. and I j>i| on the Kth March. her regular dsy. 1 "CELT Patent adhesive Felt for sheathing lops of honaes T and ahipi bottoma, for sale in lots to suit pan besers, by JWc E. K. COLLINS It CO. * Sontb st. RK H )RNING, FEBRUARY 4, new jersey ii a 11. >a d and transportation company. NEW YORK ANL) NEWARK. Kari' ~ i '<1 ir^TTf t fi" A. ~ Kroin tne lo t of Conrtliuidtitreet, N**w York (Kvi'iv day Sunday m< < opted.) LeartiNew y rt Leaves Newark At a A.M. At i r. a;. At a. M. At IK P. M 1IK d 4 do. 8 do. 3S do. ( t'4 do 9 do. 6 do 7 do. it 19 do. ON SUNDAYS, from the foot ol Cnurtlaudt street. Leav* New York, Leave Newark. At A. M. sud 4 P. M- At IK P. M. and 10P. M. NKW YORK, KLI/AB'ETH TOWN. Leave New York Leave Klixnbeth Town. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. 1 P.M. IWA.M. 2'X " 10K A. M. P. M. 1 >6 M. J P. M. " The trams fir Wistlield, I'laintield. Bouudbronk, Somerville, lie., Connect Willi the 9 A M, 2 and 4Ji P M trains Iroin New York, daily, Sundays etcepted. Fare between New York and Kliv.aneth Town 25 ceuu. Farebetwven do and Noinerville.75 ceuu. NEW YORK. UAH WAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Kare reduced. I rum (he foot of Liberty street, daily. Leste New York. Leare New Brniuwiek. At 9 A.M. At A.M. s* v. M. 7)2 " ia& " 9 P.M. On Sundays the 5H and 1% A.M. trips from New Brunswick and 2JtfP. M. train from New Y irk, are omitted. Fare between New Yo-'t uid New Brunswick, 75 cents. Rahw&y, 50 ceuu The fare iu the 5p% and T/i A. M. tramf rom New Brunswick, and 2\ and tl4 I'. M. train from New York, has been re duced. New York and New Bruuswick, to 50 cents. " and Ilahway to V% " Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re ceive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the con doctor only ou the Jay when purchased. nil 3n.> NEW YORK AND BOSTON KAIL ROAD LINE. Via Norwich and Worcester Railroads. Composed of the following superior steamers runniug iu councctiou with the Norwich (t Worcester and Worcester St Boston It iil Roads WORCESTER, f apt. J. H. VatiderbilL NEW HAVEN, Oapt.J. K. Dustnn. CLEOPATRA, Capt . On and aftei Monday, Nov 21st,this line will be run tri-weekly, leaving New fork, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only, st 4 P. M. k rom Peck Slip, East River. The new and splendid steamboat NEW HAVEN, Captain J. K. Dustan, wifl leave every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passengers lor Boston will be forwarded immediately on the arrival of the above boats It Norwich, and will proceed without change of cars or baggage. For farther information, eminire at the office of D. B. ALLEN, 39 Pecs slip, up slam. All persons are forbid trusting any one on accouut of the above boats or owners. ri3fir MOllltlS AND ESSEX RAIL ROAD, New Arraugeoieul '1 hit Road having been re-laid at great espense with the must approved and heaviest H rail, to secure a sal. and esprdiliout conveyance between New York and Moriisloivn, will commence running two trips daily, Sundays excepted, on .aud after M nday, Jan. >8. Kir.ll rain from Moiristpwu will leave at7\ A M. Second Train from Morristowu will leave at ltd P M. First Train fiom New York will leave at 9 A A1 Newark at !)Js A M. Second Train (roin New York will leave at 2X P M Newark a: 3> P .M. l aaaeugers by the Morning Train from Mnrristowu will ar rive at ."Newark in time lor ute y A IM Train loNtw York, or llie tnoriiins Train to Philapolphia; bv the Afternoon Train they will arrive at Newark in time for the 3t< P M Train to New Yoik or the Eveaing Train to Philadel|i' ih. r M n by llie Morning Tiai from New York will alrive 1 at Morrutown in time to (lino and take any of the Stages running west or north from that iilaee. j'W Im'rt WINTER AUK A NOEMF.NT. NEW YORK AND F1U I. AD ELPHI AIIATLTTUXD LINE DIRECT. Via Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Borilen town and Burlington. THROUOH IN BIX HOURS. Leave New York, from the loot of Liberty street, daily, at t A M and P M. The morning L>>ne proceeds to Bordeutowu, Iroui thence by steam oont to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden, (opposite Philadelphia) without change of can. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot ol Liberty street, where a rommodious steamboat will be in readiness!, with baggage crates on hoard. Philadelphia baggage cnles are couveyed from citv to citv, without being opened by the way. Each tmiu in provided with a Ladies Car, in which are apartments and dressing rooms expresstv fur the Ladies nse. Hemming, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot ol Chestnut street by railroad from Camden, at > o'clock A M .and 5 o'clock, P M. The Linea for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, and 4 P M, being a continuation of the lines from New York. s2S 3m*r DAILY PACKAGE EXPRESS CAR FOR ALBANY, TROY. AND BUFFALO. pejggjtoB By the Hoosamuie Ran Itoad, runtime through from this C'tv I to Albany in Twelve Honrs Leaves at 7 o'clock in the morning. The subscribe!* luve made arrangements with the Hon uloni Rail Road Company, to run an Espreas Car (esciusively for ou'. own purpose) daily, over their road with the nasseutd train, running through >o Albany in twelve hours, and are now prepared to receive and forward at low rates, S|>ecie . Bank Notes, Packages, Bales and Cases of Goods, lie., for any of the above named or intermediate places. Will attend promptly to the collection and payment of bills, notes, drafts and accounts, and such other business as may be entrusted to their care, dlr POMEROY It CO.2 Wall s reet. New York. PUL.LEN & COPP'SS JiweLdt riLl_. j"L NEW Vokfr EAL Messrs. Harnden It Co, having disposed of their route Irom New York to Albnny and Troy, the snbscri- 1 hers, the old conductors of Harnden It Co's Northern i Eic/ess, from New York, will continue to ran a heretofore, leaving New York, Albany and Troy, Daily , and connect at Troy with Jacobs' Montreal Express, and will for- 1 ward Specie, Bank Notea, Packages. Buudles.Cases of Goods. he., to any place between Naw York and Montreal, and ? throughout the Canada'a. Alao East, from Troy and Albany to ' Boston, and Wert from Albany to Buffalo. All bnaineta entruated to tbeir charce will be promptly attended to. Particular attention will be paid to the collection i of notea, drafts, acceptance!, Ac., and prompt returns made for the same, PULLEN St COPP. Offices Pullen It Conp, 2)4 Wall street. New York. Tlios. Goueti, 15 Eichanue, Albany. A <1. Kilkina, 228 Rieer street, Troy. 8. Jacob's Exchange Court, St Panl at, Montraal REFERENCES. Nfw York. Aloanv. Trot Prime, Ward St Ktug, E.J.Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little, St Co.. Thos. Cough. P. Wells, John T. Smith, St Co.. 8 K. Stow, Pepoon St Hoffman, C. SDouglaxt, Carpenter St Vcrtnilyc, F. Leake Houghton St Co. Drew, Rebtuaou St Co. nil GOUR.AU?>'* POUDRE SUBTILE, KOH COMPLETELY AND PERMANENTLY ERADICATING SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. rPHE universal popularity of this justly relehrated Chemical I. Preparation for the dratrurtion of the strongest and toutheat Hair, from the soft down on females upper lip and arma to the stubborn heard of m li, needs not n word o| comment in ita pmise. It is sufficient to a.iy that it is to he found in llii- city only at the old aud ordinal office 67 Walker at, one door from Broadway SI per bottle. Beware of drleterions imitations. Where also may he had GOUHAUD'S E A U I) E B E A U T K . unmalled for ritermin tiiik Tan, Pimples, Blotches, Sallow] Iieaa, Sores, and all cutaneous eruptions, and eliciting a healthy lavenile bloom. % per bottle. Gnuraud's Vegetable Liquid R.uiite, a -.uperb aside, and me only one in use. 50 cents |asi bottle. (Jourand's Blanc D Espagne, an i icellcut prennrabon lor imi-artinit a purr, life like whiteness lo the completion, free from the iniuri ius properties generally euleriiie into combination Air this purpose. I'ul up iu ulritant boles at 2j reins each. Aciksts. Nt w York Albany, Guthrie, 4 Maiden Lare; Poughkerpsie, Jired Gray; Utica, W.ule, druggist; Hamilton M. Co. Gregg St Grants; Looistille, Louis Co.; W. A. Chase; Gosbeu, Elliott, khnn.. Myers, Chapel st, New II iven; W, K'ulkner, Norwich; Wells It Humphreys. Hartford; Churl-s Daer. J'., Providence; Thomas, Newport; Classes, hairi st,.,;.. r.,.i.i <1.,...,.. s. i'.. av.,. ...,. it.... i ...i.. I"'.'lli; CneKeslmll, South Second it. Now Bedford; Jordan, 2 Milk street, Boiton; Lowell. Carleion It Co.; Salem. Ivei; Nrwbiiryimrt. Hodge; Portsmouth, Prest II; Pottl^nrl, I'.irker, h'.schaiiB* it; Bangor, Oulld; Haltnwrll, Xrarntnoa N-w feriey Newark, I'rippe; Princeton, Dr. Seabrook. Pa., Phi la , '6 Chesnut strut-., Laucsater, Hnuitr-ih, druririir; H.irnthurfeliKohuuon periodical agent; P ttsbu**h, Turtle; Ciacinnati, Thomas Ik (jo., Mainitnet; Va, Kictimond, Mrs Krayter; 17.f.. Washington, Srtby Parker; Ah-v nutria. C. C. Berry; Md., Balliinoie S. S, lianct , &r.. r Applications (or agent -ies must be post paid (none othen 'retaken from the poet-ofice) and aceampriuied with a N. Y. city reference, oneicep iouable M'iihiu a few years tins remark ibli-and useful che meal irivetiLiiMi for completely eiadieatirig superfluous hair, in attain (I the hi.hc't piich of celebrity, and consequently vetted the cupi.'ity of a neit of base counterfeiters, who at empi t" .nrrcli f'nin the inventor the jnst r coinp. in for his abor. Putckiiffs shon'd theiefore ' e on their guard oi.l see hat every bottle of toe Poiidre Subtile is sqnare, nnJ K felu Jonrsnd, Ponrlrc Snbtile . N \ ., < est in < ich bottle, anil the doctor's fac simih etifrs' ed on the ontsid, wrapper. Dirccioiis. French and Fngtuli, accompany caeh bottle. Remember the only office, in N. Y. for the above celebrated bxmetre, is 67 Walker street, one door front Broadw ay, 16 Imr ' pli vim-:'s !)..\t;r!:ki;ia\ < iai.i.kimks, .1 )!\ i 1 BROADWAY, corner of Murray St., N Y ; 7J w i7 1 I "" t i'iirt and I'S Washington st. Boston; I7J Chesmi St. (opposite the Sti'e House) Philadelphia, anil Broadway, * i ralogl Springs. Constitlli.m lou oldes and m l esteusive es a ahlishment ol the kind in the world, and containing nearly a y housanil pietmes. Admittance free. PLuMBK'S Colon-it t'ti. o ur taken every day, V a process confine* eiclnsively in the above establishment, I niJ secured by If'ten pstent, dated Oct. I Mi Plu nbe's Patent Dsfuerrrotype Apparatna and instrnctions dr the production of eoloied likenessea, ind Plmnhe's Patent Clectro (Jiidibg Apparatus, nud inslinetione for yihliiig and 1 dating metallic itrtie'eaof evrrv'description, supplirit to order. e Patent Gliding and Silrerin* done to order in 'tlr never . efore seen in New York. in- Pt mpt attention to all pott paid l-uen , | )m*ec * [ERA 1843. Trial of Commander McK#nil . Third Day Friday, Fan. 3. The Court resumed its proceeding at 10 o'clock this morning. Mr. Scolks made a private application to The Judge Advocate for the purpose of ascertaining whether lie, as counsel for Mrs. Cromwell, could occupy a sent at the table with the members of the Court Martial. The Judge Advocate informed Mr. Scoles that in the first place there was no room for him at the table, and in the second place, that he was not sure that Mr. Scoles had any right to occupy such a place. Mr. Scoles was accordingly necessitated to take up his |>osition at the end of the reporters' desk. After remaining in secret session for upwards of un hour, the Court was re-o|>enedto the public. Mr. Wales was then called,and not being present, he was sent for. In the mean timeMil. Ditkh addressed the Court as follows May I he allowed to say a few words in relation to what I said yesterday 1 Yesterday the Judge Advocate read a paper in which he stated his own views in relation to his position and the performance of his duties, and introduced some opinions in reference to his being exonerated and discharged from the observance of the ordinary rules of evidence, to which we too rashly,on the part of the,defendant, gave our assent. We done so, knowing that the present defendant could not, by any possibility, be affected by any departure from the ordinary mode of examination of witnesses, aware that in vvhatever manner they were examined, neither their veracity could he im|ieaclied nor their testimony shaken. Hut we did not advert to the necessary effect of this assent on the rights of other parties placed ina similar position, lam now convinced that if the course suggested by the Judge Advocate be pursued, it will be dangerous to the rights of the navy, and prejudicial to the course of justice, and lor that reason we propose to retract or modify the assent which we gave yesterday. It is true that the duties of the Judge Advocate ure ina manner judicial; meaning that he is to discharge them in a judicial spirit, that he must act from a sense of public duty, and a regard to truth and justice, and that he is not to consider himself as placed here for ihe purixise of procuring the conviction of the party accused. Hut here our admission ends. For though the duties of the Judge Advocate are to be discharged with the feelings of a Judge, yet he is in fact a public prosecutor, fie comes here for the very purpose of sustaining the charges preferred, and adducing evidence in support of them. Thus necessarily sustaining the character of a public prosecutor, lie cannot he relieved from those rules which the law lias wisely imposed on all persons who conduct a prosecution who undertake, no mauer ironi wnai mouves, lo establish a given charge. Now, what are those rules ! II he calls a witness it is lor the purpose ol sustaining a chargehe ought not to call hun unless he knows that he can adduce material evidence in the case 1 f he calls a witness, he becomes a vitness in support ol that charge,and lie is of necessity bound by his testimony. The Judge Advocate has no right having called a witness to turn round and say "this man is unworthy ol credit." He has no right when lie has called him, and so averred by that very act his own beliefthat the testimony of that witness is to be received, to put a set ol questions for the purpose of impeaching his credibility. Nor has lie any right to put leading questions to witnesses he has called,that is, he has no right to pal questions that by their verv form fuggost the answers he wishes to be given. It any departure from the ordinary rules of law 111 these respects were allowed here, look what would be the consequences'! and it is these consequences a sense that this precedent would be highly prejudicial and dangerous to the rights of the navy that has led me to this explanation. It would take Irom the defeudant the conduct of his own defence it would JuDOK Advocate I would remark Mr. Ddkk Please hear me out. Judge Advocate I merely desired to suggest the propriety of having thisexplaiiation in writing. Mr. Duer The reason I offer the explanation at all, is President I understand the thing perfectly well; and if he (Mr. IJuer) had not assented, it would have been put aside at once, yesterday. It is ol course proper that this dissent should he writing, becau-e the assent was yesterday received, and the statement of the Judge Advocate placed on the record. If objections are off red to what has been thus placed on the is proper that they should nave 11 place mere also, so that the whole case may he placed before the revising power, as well as before ourselves. Mr. Dt KR I will put it in writing. I was however merely going to state in two words, the reasons the consequences. The Judge Aovocate w ould take the case out of the defendant's hands: and moreover theJudge Advocate would be released from rules, which the defendant is still bound to follow. The defendant cannot cross-examine his own witnesses, cannot discredit them, nor put nny leading questions. This condition ot the thirties would be iu the highest degree prejudicial. Mr. Diikr then prepared and handed in the following protest: "The Counsul for defendant beg leave most respectlully to state that in giving assent to the positions ol the Judge Advocate that his duties are of a judicial character, and that he was bound to protect tfte rights of the accused, they were not to be regarded as assenting to sny departure from the established usage in the mode of conducting the prosecution, or to my violation of the known rules of evidence, the due observance of which they regnrd is essential to the discovery of the truth the due dministration of 'justice, and the rights of the Vavy." The Jitdok Advocate was proceeding to make mme remarks, when the President ordered the Jourt to he again cleared. On its ro-opening, the Judge Advocate read the olio wins paper : " The Ji dok AnvocATK states to the Court that he has not as yet been furnished hy the Department with any list of witnesses on the part of the government ; that he has not had an opportunity of con- j versing with any of the witnesses, ol whose names, exce|>t from rumor, he is ignorant; and that lie must therefore have some time for the purpose of conversation with tlieoflicers of the Somers.betore commencing the prosecution. Two suhpicnas have been issued, but have not yet been returned. The Judge Advocate does not expect that any tedious delay will be necrsoary, nor that he will much longer trespass on the |iatience of the Court, hut be respectfully asks the Court to adjourn until to morrow at 11 o'clock, when it is anticipated that all s r.-ik a i.... u ii u i 1 > ftiuuiiuovu luiuici ucioy snail nave nccil rcmuvru. The Court immediately adjourned. Fort Wayne, Indiana. [Corret|x)iideuce ot the Herald.] Fort Waynr, Ind., Jan. 2, 1SI2 FrisciUa ntui the IVtst Old Mud Anthony, and In* Fnrt Beautiful Scenery Belle* and Beaux Gentlemen in Blaelc Mesmerism, Mormon tint. Millerism, Cotillon*, and other Scientific Amusement* Astonishing Performances on the Double Sltvffle. Dbar Friknd : Prehaps you have forgotten that such a place a9 his exists; if so,allow us tojog your memory,and in* orm yon that it is still alive and kicking, and inends to remain so in spite of Millerism and other lumhugs of the day at least, until the great eaitor Ntys the west a visit, when we are in hopes he will ake our young city hy storm. Vou should really | |e|er this matter no longer, for half of us girls are lirng to see you. When papa moved west from dear old < 'range, he i vas so much delighted with this charming place that le immediately made us, as they say here, hustle t tut of the go-cart, and oitch our tents. Although toallv among strangers, we found a host ot Iriends in t . short time, and now we are perfectly at home, al- i hough we have been here only one short month. < Old Mad Anthony must have been a dear lover < I nature, as well as a good General, when he chose i ai piaee to erect the tort winch bears his name. i "lie old lort is immediately on the hlutl bank of the l.iUtnee, a short distance below where the St l lary'e and the St. Joseph's mingle their refreshing i aters, and torm the Maumee. At this spot the see- I fry is |>ertectly enchanting, alihouch mucli altered I o doubt in appearance,tor the eye,which in by gone | ays roamed o'er some hall a ecore o! Indian villages i 'ith theirmntly groups of hall naked Indians reue- < adoes and ill-led curs, now dwells with pleasure on I lluvial farms, handsome cottages, and a beautiful ' oung city, with its spacious canal, which is now > ompjeten to Lake Krie (I *) pules cast) and west 1 20 miles to Lafayette, on the Wabash. We have plenty of foppish beaux, pretty girls, J taitl old gentlemen, and all the other materials e leeessary to constitute a young city, ami some I ^ iglit or ten churches, where the club fooled gen- | w lenian in black is forced to run the gauntlet nightly; I m md ot a surety he gets belabored in^ terrible style. | P LD. Prle Two UnU, which UK lit to be a warning to all evil doer#. Of amusements w hav * a variety t>a11u,con<fert t pitflew, lecturer on Annual Magnetism, Phrenology anil nlei h riding on the canal,serve to fill up the odd time, with now and then a discount from soma Mormonite, Millerite, or perchance a Grahamite* for we have them all in great profusion. At this present writing live churchea are in full blast,hammering tlie aforesaid old gentleman in a manner which js truly edifying to Christians. The elitt are wala in? cotillons In the niosf ln lnonnli!. niulj ble;our worthy Herman citizens are waiizing in a peifeet agony, and the native boomers are going their death flat footed on a toe and heel double ahutfle. Country break downs to the dulcet sounda of a dilapidated violin and one of the hotel triangles Annual Magnetism don't go off to-night, an one of the professor'spupils put hurt in magnetic state thia aliernoon with the assistance of some dozen gla9B of hot whiskey punch. Oh scissors ! Tlw* Herald did not come this evening,so to whilo away time, thought of writing some of our gossip to you. We consider the non-arrival of your paper a great calamity, so Pa says, at any rate; but we think he ia only thinking of the extra sixpence the barber will charge him for having auch a long face to morrow when h- gets shaved. For goodness sake Mr. Bennett,[don't lat Pa know we wrote to you, aa he might be cross about it, and oblige, Tut Two SisTKuaCliuster, Orange Co., N. Y . [Corre iKiudenc ! of the Herald.] Chester, Orange Co.,N. Y., Jan. 1H13. Travelling on the Erie Railroad Beauty of Rumapo Valley a Wedding Great Festivxtiet m old Orange. My Frismd Bbanett : I take this opportunity of informing 'you of the whereabouts of one who well knowa and appreciates your indomitable disposition to herald forth the praise of our ladies, institutions, railroads, etc. etc. Well, sir; here [ am at Piermont, landed from tha stwamer Illinois, commanded by Capt. Schultz, a very gentlemanly man indeed, well worthy of tha reputation he has gained in that capacity. The transfer of baggage is effected with great celentv. and I now find myself ready to commence my trip on tlie New York and Eric llailroad, which ia ono of the beet roads tha' I ever saw (and 1 have travelled on many, both north and south) the track being1 six feet in width; tlie T rail having been adopted in the construction of it. The cars are about forty leet in length and eleven leet in width, with two rows of cushioned seats, and replete with every convenience for the comfort of travellers, rooms being partitioned off, in a number of the cars, with aofaa, mirrors, (fee., appropriated exclusively for the use of ladies, that they may travel alone in perfect safety. The conductor, Mr. Worden, is a very gallant, gentlemanly man, and is quite a favorite among tne ladies, 1 perceive. I do not wonder at it,from the fact of his ever pleasant appearance, and his treating travellers in so handsome a manner, that it renders travelling on the road exceedingly agreeable. We left Piermont 25 minutes before one o'clock, and in a moment were pawing through the excavations of rocks in Rockland county, which county is so celebrated, and deservedly eo too, for its mineral productions. Probably there is not a county of ita size in the States that could contribute materials iu such abundance lor the mineralogist. Mineralogy is a science that has of late becornsto very popular, from the professor to the mechanic, that the stucfy of it is pursued with ardor by all who delight in natur- and her productions. It is a branch of study that seems ihe farther we push our inquiries, the greater is the interest derived therefrom. This country is celebrated for its iron ores,iron being produced in abundance,there being several large mines, and two smelting and blooming establishments. The first one you see on the road is Pierson's, where there is quite a settlement; I should juilge from fitly to a hundred familiesengaged in the manufacturing of iron, eiiher mining, smelting or otherwise, all of whom bear testimony of industry and happiness. I have teen informed that Mr. P. is a native of one of the eastern States. He settled in Hockland about 20 years ago, with small means, and by his industry and perseverance has accumulated a large fortune. Tlie next we see is Messrs. Townsend's establishment, which is much more extensive than Pierson's, they owning a large tract ol land, on which there are several iron mines. They employ a great numher of laborers in mining, itec. Various other mineral productions T decline mentioning, as 1 presume you nave read l>r. Horton's geological report made to the State department of New York, which is a very able one and fraught with intense interest to the community at large. The railroad passes along a beautiful stream, called the llamapo river, on which there are several saw mills, grist mills, Arc. The cars arrived at Chester (which is comprised in the township of Goshen) nt three o'clock, P. M., a distance of 41 miles from Piermont, having been somewhat impeded by a snow storm, nsthev usually make their tripe at the rate or 211 miles an hour, including stoppages. 1 dined that day at the Chester hotel, kept by Mr. Olmsted, one of the most gentlemanly landlords that you will meet with, possessing the "Kutivitrr in moilo,"his exclusive attention being devoted to the comfort of travellers. I being invited by Col. Y. of Chester, to his wedding that evening, who whs to be united to the fair Mrs. R , daughter of Major B. of Sugar Loaf Valley, about 4 or 5 miles south east ol Chester, by a circumbendibus route, I w ill now proceed to give you a description of the grand gala. I arrived at MaiorB's about five o'clock,and was greeted by the gallant Mapir in a very handsome manner. After passing the compliments of the day, 1 was ushered by his fair dame into the parlor, where I found a very large company assembled. In a few minutes the minister arrived. The company continued to aug- . menf till about fi o'clock, when the doors were thrown open and the happy couple presented themselvesat hymen'saliar (lie minister advanced and performed the marriage rites. The gallant Col. fierce for the combat, snatched the first kiss, which wns followed iu quick time by his faithful aid. The number of times the bride was saluted by the company baflles my mathematical powers, but you may put it down from two hundred and fifty to three nundred times. The happy couple looked exceedingly well, as did also the seconds in the affair. After the pair had received the congratulations of all the company, which occupied some time, inasmuch as it was a large collection, say from one hundred and twentyfive to one hundred and fifty, th company went to another room, the ladies being escorted by the gentlemen, and then partook of a sumptuous supi*r prepared for the occasion. After leaving the supper table they returned to the parlors, where the evening was spent in fhe most Hgreeable manner. There were present two other young married cauple, Mr. and Mrs. C. T.,and Mr. and Mrs. B. T., who were all at the very 7.enith of enioyment. There was the sparkling-eyed bridesmaid, sister of the bride, who attracted great attention, as also Miss B., Miss.S., M:_ ii I .1 I..,)... IVI iron, it nil Iiuiliriuua WIIICI JUUUg muiro v c(uai beauty; in short, therejwere none other than beautiful and intelligent Indies present. Old Orange can bonst of her healthy, beautiful and intelligent girl*, not surpassed, if equalled, by any other county in the Onion I saw in the company present several city gentlemen, who as well as those belonging there, seemed to partake in the pleasure of the occasion to a transcendant degree. Mr. if., a merchant of Cheater, the groomsman, did his best to promote the conviviality of the company, and he succeeded to a pre-eminent degree. There were a variety of amusement* appropriate for [he occasion. About 12 o'clock we were ushered nto a room containing the table on which was the >ride-cake, etc., etc., set out in good style, anil ii idly on the temperance system. Alter partaking >1 the luxuries of the table, the conqainy returned 0 the parlor, where alter sometime agreeably spent, hey, at a late hour broke un, after having renewed heir congratulations, and lelt in good spirits. Thursday evening being selected for the in-fair of he Messrs.T's, (in-tVur it being so called bv the people of tins county, when grooms with their brides receive their friends at tneir parents' house.) I left Chester, which is about five miles sotnh of Blooming drove, and nrrived there nhout half past five o'clock, IV M , and found a large collection of relations and invited friends, assembled to congratulate them on their recent nuptials In .1 short time their irl<>rs wete crowded to excess with the gay and brunt ifarf when the bridal pmrs, and also the Colonel, who had tikeii to hnn elf a companion for life [wo evenings previous, appeared, looking exceed,ngly well, ind took seats, when their friends rowded nround to c itch a glance, if not a kiss of he happy brides. Among the company present were 1 number of beautiful voung ladies a Miss B., vhose eves -isirkled with youth and intelligence; a diss A., of Blooming Grove, much admired by the entlemeti; as also MisaS., and Miss B., of Chester, lias If., of New York city, was quite a belle of the vening- Miss O., and two cousins, attracted IU< h attention; besides many others whom space ill not permit me to mention. The evening was lost agreeably spent till a late hour, when the cotniny separated *

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