Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 27, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 27, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX.?No. 5i.?Whole Ho. 3*71. To th? Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?doily newapaper?published ?very day of the year except New Year'a day and Fourth of July. Price 3 cent* por copy?or >7 30 per annum?postage* paid?ca*h in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?puhliahedevery Saturday morning?price 0J cent* per oopy, or $8 13 per annum? portages paid?caah in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald U over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increaaiag aat. It hat the Imrgttt circulation ?/ any paper in thii city, or the world, and it thomfort, the hcit channel for hutinett men in the oity or country. Price* moderate?caah in advance. PRINTING of all kluda, executed at the moat moderate price*, and in the moat elegant atyle. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. PiorutTO! ?p thi Herald Kstablishmicitt, Northwest corner of Falton and Nassau strepts. To Business Advertisers. Advertiser* and men of bnsiness, who want to make the selection ol a vehicle lor 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 Yore Herald ) suw Oppice, N. Y., > Oppice, Nov. 1, 18411. { Aug. 29, 1842. j Messrs. Persse k Brooes ; Mr. H.V. Burua :? geSTLEHSR :? bis .? Please to deliver at the Please deliver at the Bun Herald Ottice, New York Oltice, N. Y., fivt hundred Seven hundred and Jifhi reams of paper per week, tor rrumj per week of the small six months from the 10th of sited paper 23 >432? for the October, 1842, to be of this Daily Herald. ' quality, site and weight, the - ' ? v.- r?. :n ...i. Also 00 reams P*r wren ui no w ? >?i ... v??t? the large sized 33 *4# for the every two weeks. Weekly Herald,foronn year M. Y. BEACH, lrom this date, to be of quali- I accept the above order, ty equal to this specnaez - and agree to furnish the paPayments to be made eacA per accordingly. Wtik in cash, in fuU for that H. V. BUTLER, week. Aug. 31,1842, JAMES O. BENNETT. Witness, M. S. Bkaoh, We accept the above order aud will deliver it as directed. PERSSE k BROOKS, No. 01 Liberty street. James Rows, / Witnesses Samuel Beman, \ By these documents it will be seen that the Herald has a much larger circulation than the Sun, and is therefore decidedly the belt 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 8un Is a very respectable and very honorable man?and a oapi al paper manufacturer. So also are our paper makers, Me*in. Pcrsae and Brooks, with whom we have dealt to the extent of nearly $260,000 in paper. Advertisers will remember tfc w * facta NEW JERSEY ttAlLKOAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. ffixsaffa -gwte* Fare reduced to 39 cents. Krom tne loot of Csnrtlaadt street, New York (Kvery dsy? Sunday ?c?f rpted.) Leaves New *Otk Leares Newark At 9 A. M. At i r. M. At 7* A. to. At IK P. M 11H do. 4 do. 8 do. SH do. (M <lo 9 do. < do. 7 do. 11 1? do ON SUNDAYS. Frpjn the foot ol Cvurtlaudt street. uavenrn ion, Leare rue wars. At A. M. and l?f. NC At IK P. M. and It P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN, Leavr New York. Lease Elisabeth Town. A. M. T A. M. 2 P. M. IK A. W. M " 10K A. M. t5 p. M. IK M. I P. M. ?X " The trains for WeatBeld, Plamfield. Bonndbrook, Somerrille, he., connect with the A M. 2 ana tK P M trans tram New Yoik, daily, Snwdays eaeepted Ear* he, vMn New York sad Elisabeth Town IS cents, pare between do and Somerville, 75 crntt. NEW YORK. RAHWAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Kare reduced, f ram the foot ef Courtlandt atreet, daily. Leave New York. Lea re New Brunswick. At ? A. M. At 5K A. M. 4 = 9 P. M. On Sundays the 3K and 7K A.M. trips from New Brunswick and 2K P- M. train from New T irk, are ?mitted. Kare between New Yo-'t and New Brunswick, 75 cents, ltaliway, . SO cent* The fare in the 3K and 7JjJ A. M. train! rem New Brunswick, and 2\ and <K P. M. train from New York, has been re duceu. New York and New Brunswick, to SO cents. " anil Eahway te I7H " Passengers who procure their ticket* at the ticket office, re eeive a I'erry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the coo doctor only on the day when purchased. fll 3m* "MORRIS ANDESSEXRATLTROAD, NeW^SmoS^^^SsEa^h^GrT^^^Knat treat espense with the meat approved and heaviest H rail, to seeare asafrsod eruditions eooveyaoce between New York and Morristown, will commence running two trips daily, Sundays esrepted, on and after Monday, Jan, >1. First Train from Morristown will leave at TU A M. Second Train from Morristown will leave at IX P M. First Train from New York will leave at IA M?Newark at Second Train from New York will leave at 2K P M?Newark at IS MPassengers by the Morning Train from Morristown will arrive at Newark in time for the ? A M Train to Nrw York, or the morning Train to Philapelphia; by the Afternoon Train they will arrive at Newark in time for the JH P M Train to New York or the Evening Train to Philadelp* in. Passengers hy the Morning Trai from New York will airive at Morristown id time to dine and take any of the Stages ronning west or north from that place. j!6 lm*ec WJIVAA.J& AHHA ^ULMLIMI. N ,S"3 LINK Via Newark, New Branawick'lKineeton, Trenton, Borden throIJOH,1N^H|OURB. Leere New York,from the loot ofCourUandtitreet,daily, act A Maud <I(P M. The moraine cm# proceed* to Uordentown, from thence by iteamhoat Ui Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceed* direct to Camden, (oppoaito Philadelphia) without chance of ear*. Faasengers will paocmre their ticket* at the ofllee foot of Courtlandt atreet, where a cemmoduxu tenmbott will be in reed>n?as, with baggage cratea on board. Philadelphia baggage crates art conveyed Horn city to city, without being opened by the way. Each train u provided with a Ladiaa Car, in which are apartment* and dressing roems tipreaalr for thp Ladies nao. Hemming, the linc? leave Philadelphia from the foot of Cheetnnt street by railroad from Camden, at o'clock A M.and S o'clock, P M. ' The Line* for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at ( A M, being a onndnnBtinn of Lkc linM fVnn Nb? York. Antn'r ^ ^ 18LAHP ~ Foot of Whitehall itreot !Jp On ..TeHeTDeo. Id, the i too not STA1ENISLANDEF UATi"ITT'A TI N?!^ LAND 00t1e" rtlc W^ YOKE. ff.M. 'imp. M. dl r t* ffjtw FORK A.N6 BOHTOIM KAIL ROAD LINE. VU PloawicH Anp WoepcaTKii R&ilkuadi. Composed or tn? foHowtu* ??penor ilttmtn n?lining in connection with the Norwich A Worrutei and Worctiter k Bo* ^WOR'O^tV.R, Copt. J H. Tenderbllt. !V?.W HAV?N,U(1J. R. Liu a tan. CLBOPATIIA, Capt -? On and aftei Monday, Not .Ilet.tbia Una will be run tri-weak| It. leaaina Hew York, Tneadayt. Thnrsdaya and Saturday* only, at ( r. M. iX. Dnatan, will leave erery Tnaaday, Thnraday and Batury afternoon. at 4 o'clock. _ . , t ? raaaeacnra far Boat on will bo forwarded immediately on the \ arrival oT Uia abore boata at Norwich, and will proceed with, out change of can or bayyace. ' For fnrtlier information, too a ire at the office of D. ?. ALLEN. ? Paca alip, op etajra. All petnona are forbid iraatiuc any one on account of the above boat* nrewnera. "Mr I ~5|SE HBMITTANCKB III IHBLAMU, Ac., Ac.? tMWVThe aubacriber continnes to tranamit money, in antna jhuifelanre ot mall to pertona reaidin* in any part of IreI laud, in the aame manner ta ho, and hia predeceaaor in hnainana have done for the laat hirty yaara, and mora; alao, to any part ol Knalano or Scotland. blooey remitted by latter (poet paid) to the aubacriber, or eraonally deiawited with him, with the name of the pereon 01 . yenona in Ireland, Knyland or Scotland, In whom it ta to be I ecm. and neareat noat town, will be immediately tnnamitted toil paid accordingly, md a receipt to that effect gieen or forwarded to tho tender Id like manner money with or claim* on nanoai many part ol Irelind, KiifUnd or Scotland, ran ba collected by the anbicrioer, for persona reaidiua in any put of the United Hiatal, at Canada, and will be raja to there accordingly, jit firnneih MrnHirvr, r, mi vJvii ~^jr? la* 'KllM"ALBAlS V ?Hoar Cha grd?Ou uid Ur?aJAaf 1 er Mondav, U li maunt. and nt'il further Sba-a^AJKLiiotiir, pawenarrs for Albany, ria H"u?alouic U<iii. 0 will Ira*, this rilv by Steamer C-niono Ntmrod, I'aily, ( nui.da\a ricepled) at 7 o'clock, A. M. from Catherine Market Miip, test Hivar, airirina in Alhant same eremite. I lire _ ' I'OMKH1 )Y k CO., I WalTat. U"kT7F ?faiauj adtieura Fait lor sheath inn toys el honaaa ?v V'AttiwSrcsrsia. - E NE NEI SPRING ARRANGEMENT FOR 1S13. m OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PA3SAGE ncrini? No. ftl SOUTH STREET, N. Y. QASSAOE to and from Groat Britain and Ireland by the reA aular liuo of packet*, aaiiiuit on tbe lit, 7th, 13th, 19th and 15th of each month. The old Black Ball liur of packet* are aa ftiUowai? Ship NEW YORK, Captain Cropper, " CAMBRIDGE. Captain Baratow, " COLUMBUS, Captain Cole, EL ROPE, Captain Enrber, " SOUTH AviEHIC\, Captain Bailer. " NORTH AMERICA. Captain Lowber, " ENGLAND, Captain White, " OXEORD. ( a.,rain Rarhhnna. The Commercial Line is composed of lorty strperior.rast sailing ships, nil commanded by men of great eiperirner. Firet el[i?a sh'pa will al o be despatched Irom Liverpool to Boston, New Onenna and Mobile, three tunea per month; to Baltimore, Charleston and Savannah, twice a mouth, to the different prrtt in Bririah Noith America weekly. 1 he Wbacriber, i n makiug known Ilia arrangements fer the year 1841, begs to tall the attention of thoae perron* reaiding lu the Uuited Stales and Canada, who wish to send lor their friends to come Iro.u Kneland, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, that they can always be accommodated by tne line of packet ships sailing as above; and in order to give more facility and quick despatch to the emigrant, lirst class well-known American (hips, comprising the Commercial Line will, in addition to the packets, be despatched by his Liverpool agents, every three or font days during the season, thereby avoiding any detention. Those sending for their friends assured iliat everything con nected with his business will be executed with hu usual promptness. With these arrangements the suhsctiber hopes Pi command a preference for this line, and a coutiuuMion of the public patrouage which hta been so liberally bestowed for many years past: and in all caaea when parties decline coming the money is refunded, as customary; a free paaaage cau also be secured by steamboats from the different ports in Ireland and S-otlaud to Liverpool. Remittances and Drafts?With regard to his arrangements for the payment of his drafts, they are such as to warrant every satisfaction, and are paid at all tne banking houses on demand, throughout Great Bntaiu and Ireland. Those persons, therefore, throughout the Uuited State, who wish to remit money to their Irtends residing in any part of the United Kingdom, will pit"?? notice ou the receipt of the amount here, with name and address of the party to receive it, a dralt for the amount at he rate of $3 t>er pound sterling, will be forwarded |ier ateam ship* or by firat packet ship, ana a receipt or duplicate of aaine returned thronith the post office For further particulars apply, (if by letter post paid) to JOHN HKRDMAN. St South street, or J. It W. HOBINr.ON, Goree Piazzas, and Neptune at, Waterloo Dock, Liverpool. In Scotland?Messrs Daniel Wright St Co., Glasgow. Iu Ireland?Dinnis Delanv, Esq., Dublin; Messrs. Joseph Allen k Co., Belfast; Mr. Wm. Cairns, Londoudcny; A. Mur. ray. Esq , Coilt. d?3r' TAFSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. rfflv The subscribers beg to call "the attention of their friends and the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringing out passengers from, and remitting money to, any par" of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in tne magnificent packet ships, comprising the ' NEW LINE 6F LIVERPOOL PACKETS," V1E.:Ship ROSOlUS, Capt. Ccdlins. Ship 8IDDONS, Captain Cohb. Ship SHERIDAN, Captaiu Depeyster. Ship GARRICK, Captain SkidJy. New shin HOTtfINOUER, Captain Bursley. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodhouse. Ship ROCHESTER.Cfaptain Palmer. New ship LIVERPOOL, Captain Eldredge. Sailing twice evety month; and with the" UNITED LINE," composed of superior first class American ships, sailing every ten days, will rnnks five ships in each month throughout the year, (or one every six davs) thereby preventing the possi Dility 01 unnecessary detention. Passages direct from l.oudou, Bristol and Greeaocli to New York Alsoftom Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Savin nsh, Charleston. Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the vario s perts in British North America, can at all times he engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their friends, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived (torn selecting this line in preference to auy other, and they may rest assured that unusual carc will be taken to make the passage agreeable, the shipe being fitted up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all cases where the parties sent for decline coming, the money will be refunded without any deduction, as usual. A free passage from the various seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured. The regular packets for which the subscribers are agents, sail as follows, vis s?To and from London on the 1st, 10th, sod 20th of each mouth. To and from Liverpool ou the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, and t5lh of each month. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, an . Charleston, weekly throughout the seasou. REMITTANCES. Persons in the conn try wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name and address of die parties te receive it, m. y rely on a draft for the amount being forwarded per first picket, after the receipt tnereof, and an acknowledgement for the same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, withont discann' or auy o:h<r charge, at the National aud Provincial Banks of Ireland and braoches, Eastern Bank ef Scotland, Gfl-etiock, and their branches, Messrs. James Bait, Son St Co., Bankers, London, Exchange aud Discount Bank, Liverpool, ami in every principal town of Great Britaiu and Ireland. Enrtherpirticulars made known ?n application, if by letter, DOStOAld.tO <by r W. k J, T. TAPSCQTT. <3 Peck Slip. N. York. Jk&L JGBL. J&L jgQ> JMa> PASSTUKh"ROM anK^TOHFtain AND IK^KND BY THE BLACK 3ALL OR OLD LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool oa the 7th iud 19th of every month.} Persons wishing to tend to the Old Country for their frienda ean make the necessary arrangement* with the snbaeribrra, and hove tlietn come oat iu thii superior L*me of Packets, sailing from L ivi-rtmol unctnally on the Tlh and 19th of every month. Tt ey will also have a first rale class of American trading ships, sailing every sii days, thereby affording weekly communication from that noil. One of the firm ( Mr. James D. Roche I is there, to see thai they shall be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come oat, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any rednc tion. Tne Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, via:? The OXFORD. the NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE. COLUMBUS. EUROPE. SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. With snch superior and unrqnalled arrangements, ths subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which lias been eilended to them so many years, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, ean stall times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on (he Royal Bank of Ireland, Dub liu, slao on Meaars. PRE8COTT, GROTE, AMES It CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banka, or their e ranches, in all theurincipal towns throughout England, 1 rend, Scotland and Wales. Apply,orsddrem.(ifbfcle?eri.posB,^ER9 r ^ JJ Fulton street. New York, next door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this port fhr Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties returning to (he old country will find it to their comfort and advantage to select this favonts Line for their conveyance, in pvefe rence to any other. d77 i ga RAIL ROAD LINE OF STAGES NHl'm dRFKOM NEW YORK TO BEDFORD.? On and after Tnesdav. Jannatv 3d. 1143, the subscribers will run a line of stages from Bedford to New York three times a week, aa follows:? Leaves Seelv's Mansion House, Bedford, every Monoay, Wednesday and Fridav morning at 8R o'clock. Leaves tne Hail Road Horel, corner of Bowery and Broome its. New York, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, by the 9 o'clock cere, uasasmr Marble Hell, Kail Chester, White Plains, Robbins'Mills, Mile Square, Newcas tie, and Bedford. HIRAM DEFOREST, U. C. LEWIS, rrotmetora. The Red Bird Lice of Stages will continue to ran during die winter from White Ha. is every day at I o'clock, and New York at S o'clock, i' M., Sundays esceiitad. HIRAM DE>ORK8T, f7 lei'ec Proprietor. kngyHin* Dobhe Ferry, T?rry TownTo ncSing, Sodom and Southeast. m connect ioa with the Harlem Railroad. This line will (rare New York at 9 o'clock dailv he the Railroad ran for Williamsbridge. and will convey passengers u far at Sine Sing and Peekakill. And oa Tnrsd.iy, Thnrsday and Sa.'urday, the line will be eiteaded to Sodom. On Monday*, Wedn. adaya and Fndaya from Sodom tn N?w York. R. M. TOMPKI.Vt. Proprietor. The Railroad Fare from Williamabridge to New York ia U eeata. _ f 10 >t??t DRAFTS ON IRELAND. fce.-The sukeennere continue to give drafts payable on demand, without { JUMKpdisroiint, or any charge whatsoever. IN IRELAN D?The National Bank of Ireland, the Provincial Bank of Ireland, and their tranche* in every county. IN ENGLAND AND WALES-Messi*. James Bolt. Son ft Co., bankers, London, the Eichange aud Discount Rank, Liverpool, md their branches tliroughont England and Wales IN HCOTkAND?iSie Eastern Bank ol Scotland, the Green.'tk Uankiug Company, and brauches in the principal towns; 8n Wm. Forbes, Hunter ft Co. Persons in ihe country wishing to remit money to then friends in any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, or Wales, by enclosing the amount they wish U> remit to the subscriber* witli the uame and address of the parties to whom it is to bt sent. A draft for fhe amount will oe forwarded the first packet after the receipt thereof, and acknowledgement of the same r? tamed per Sift post. dJi W ft XT. TAPSOOTT. tJ Perk slip. Nsw York. _ WIN1ER ARRANGED EN T-For Goshen MM) via New York and Erie Railroad.?Fare to GoJm^HHuLaben $ I,JO?Turner's t'.li. On end after Monday, January Id. IMA, .he cars ol the New York end Em Hen mad will inn in connection with the ?*e .mboat a ties, Cant A. H. Sehultt. daily, Bcndaya eicepted. b ,,r I'.ii. Nior,? l.eava fliiane atreet nier at 0 o'clock. A. M ; leare (foalien at unaitrr mm I, A. M. For liuaue atrnt pier at 1 P. M.; lear* <)?hcii?( half-Kut 1A.M. H. C. SEYMOUR, Supeiintendi til and Engineer. 'rh* pa*a*nfera train connect* at Tnrjer'a with Bcach'i an!. * *"^"T NeWbnnfh, New Palt/.. Kiafaton, < atakill aud Albany, and at OoaSeii with tne C.irbondale and other Weaterti Line of gt?g?.. ,g. , _HBL iMMJITTANCftS TO ENGLAND, IRELAND GOTLAND AND WALKS.?Peraooi urocucd?' '?mntint money to any part oi the old ennntn , ?k?'",.ro,,,.tt? aobaeribera draft* at ...hi, foi pvl.rJo'TJIL.0" * Royel Bank of Ireland and on Meaara rJ , nf d!oron!^' % ^?i Baufiei*, London. which am |?nd !<?l!n..4>7h?wf.ii 2VV** "h*1*0"' I, in all the principal by^ettw. ho*t haldf l?ID,,,om* Kor Urm?. ?PNe or addreM, if ROfiME RVinTiifl'ua L P - ? u??t door to*t'heKtiitnnfjUnV pool, during the TOS. Hi n JAMBH D. ROCHE, 14 Uorcr Fmnu. iA* T*rtfiAl7FTTK<i>>| LI I KHt*o- n.- t '.^L ^ iwcket ?hip MKMPhld. Capt Knight wi? iflpab?Hil from Liverpool early iu March W1" ftiaotu wiehing to tend for (heir frond ? cao hare then hrongtit oat in her or any ol the iraalar paekrta he annlvim. pertnnally, ?r if by lettar, poat i?id. t > ' JOdfcrH Mc MURRAY 100 Pine ureal, corner ot Bonih P 8?Orafra for any amount .payable at eight in any naak branch,or agency of a bank, in England, Ireland and Acotla?d' giran by applying at abort. jylft ' W YO V YORK, MONDAY MOi NKW LINK OK LTV Ml POOL PACKKTs. I Tn ajlfrotn New York on the 24tli and. Liverpool on the ltth of r.acS wenlA. -tik mk R ROM Nkw \ ok*. Shin UARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 24th February. Shin ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 24th March. Ship 8IDDONH. Captain E. B. Cobb, 24th April. Ship BHERIDAN, Captain F. A. D.'peyator, 24th May. Fhom Lirrarnii.. rthip 8IDDONS, Captain K. B. Cobb, 13th Februarv. Ship 8H Kill DAN. Captain F. A. Oepeystrr, 13th March. Ship UARUIC*; Captain Wm. nkiddy, I3tli April Ship R08CIIT8. Captain John Collini, 13th May. These i hip* are all ul the lint claaa, upwards ol ItMtena, built lithe oity of New York, with inch improvements aacombine treat speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every cam as been taken in the arrangement of then accommodations. The price of |*asage hence is $10(1, for which ample stores will be ikrovidad. These ships are Commanded by eaueriencei masters, wvie will make every eierhnu to irive general ausfaeion Neither the captains or owners of C 'el -iwill be responsible for ar y letters, parcels or iwckaa rsen tby them, unless regular b' ((a of lading axe signed therefor. For (night or pasnutb. apply to K. K. COLLINS A CO.. JO Sotiili it., New York, or to WM. A JAS. feROWN A CO.. Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged 12>? cents |>er single lie' : 40 cents per ounce, anil new-pipers 1 cent each. Pt r /HE NEW LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKET*. a* m M. M ToTinuom Ne wTorkitiih, and Iroin Liveri>ool 5ih ol each Ship ROCHESTER. 800 ion., ir.yj,,, Philip Woxlh mie, 16"' FeW'VShip HOTTINUUKK, 1050 lon?, 1(t,h M.rr<1 Ira Burselv, ; 16th March. New ahip L1VEKPOOL, 1150 tons, a?ji John Eldriege, lOlhApnl. New ship . 1200 tons, 1#th MtjrThese substantial, fast sailing, first class shins,all built in the eitv of New York, are c mmauded by uien of eiperiente anil ability, an-, will be despatched j uuctually on the lfllh of each m"ntn. Their cabins are elg&nt and commodious, and are furnished v ith whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of iwssengers. .Neither i e captains or owners of these ships will be responsib'e foi any . arcels or packages seat by thrm, unless regular bills lading are signed therefore. For freight or passage apply to WOODHULL It MiNTURNS, 87 South sfect. New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS It CO., _fTyr_ Liverpool. OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. THE E of Liverpo^^^^^reafter be despatched in the following order, excepting that when the Jny of aniline falls ou Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeeding day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June 1 July 19 Cl( tons. < Oct 1 Nov 19 O.Q.Bailey, (Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Aug 7 75# tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 B. L. Waite. ( Feb 19 AprU 7 The OXFORD, V July 1 Aug 19 I M)0 tons, . Nov 1 Dec 19 J.Hathboue, f March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, 11 July 19 Son 7 610 tons, . Nov 19 Jan 7 E. G. Mirahsfl l Mar 19 May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, i Ang 1 Sept 19 619 tons. ' Dec 1 Jan 19 A. B. Lowber.i April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, Auk 19 Oct 7 900 ton*. Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B.Cropper.I April 19 Jnne "> The CAMBRIDGE, , Sep. 1 Oct 17 860 tool, Jan 1 Feb 17 W. C Barstow.l May 1 June 19 Tne COLUMBL8, i!8ept 19 N?v 9 700 tons, ' Jau 19 Mar 9 O.A.Cole. (May 19 ju|y 7 Punctuality, as regard* the day of sailing, will be observed as Heretofore. The pncoof passage outward is now fixed at One Hnndred Dollar*, tor which ample stores of ever* description will be provided, with the etception of wines and liquors, which will be furnished by the stewards. GOODHUE k CO., 61 Sonth at., C. H. MARSHALL, 98 Burlinc-slip, N. Y. je?4 lyli BARING BROTHERS lit CO.. LW. FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS M M sh M M For the better accommodation of shippers, it isiuieiicled to despatch a ship from this nort on the 1st, 6th, 10th, 15tli, 20th, and Ksi. .1 l .1. .u. in.!. rL. .u I J tug nntil May, when regular days will be appointed far the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will he j r< rented daiiDg the summer mouths. The following ship* wni commence this arrangement: htup YAZOO .Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Hilliard. SUip LOUISVILLE, Caiitain Hnnt. Ship 8HAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship OA8TON. Captain Latham. Bhtp HUNTSVlLLfc, Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULGEE, Captain Leavitt. Snip NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Slap LOUISA, Captain Mulfcrd. These ahipa were all built in the city of New Y^irk, espress for packets, ate of light draft of water, hare recently been ' u> I sr 010 wur reset ami tsatf i?? aiilui?lt<l Arrlar ear if Is a<s/*n tn mminfions lor passenger* unequalled (or oomfort. Yh?-y are commanded by experienced masters, who will maker every exertion to give Se-Dttral satisfaction. They will at all time* be towed np and own the Mississippi by sleamuoats. Neither the owuer* or captains of these ships will be res|>oniible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any Wtters, parcel or package, sent by o rpxt on beard ot I irm, unVsa regular bills of >ading are taken for the same ,wtd the valoe theieon expressed. for freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS h. CO., 56 Sonth it., or HULLIN <k WOODRUFF. Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The snips of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods correctly measured. m< -Jk undermentioned I shim will be tegularly dispatched from bence and from Marseilles on the 1st of each month during the year, thu __ _ From Nsw York. Marseilles. MINERVA,Cant Brown, N-.vl. Jan 1 H'RY THOMPSON, Cap Sylreater. Dec 1. Feb 1 COURIER. Cant Dugan, Jan I. Mar I I Tia.nL,U 1 I . vapt Liirwiici, rem. API 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adata*, Marl. Mayl COKIOLANUB, Cip >Iu)<. Apt 1. Jim 1 The; are all copperee and eopper fastened,and hare excellent accommodation* lor passengersThe price of cabin passage will be $108, eiclnaira o ' wines and liquors. Goods addressed to BO YD k H1NCKEN, the a (tents, will be forwarded free of other barges man those actually paid. For freight or passage apply to G. BKOOM k CO.. or to oMr BOVO fc HINCKKN^. Agents TOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. The Royal Mail Bteamer aCADIA, will leare Boston for the above i>oiis on Wednesday, 1st ol' Match. Her accommodations for passengers are very snperior.and aha is accompanied by an experienced surgeon. Hire is also well supplied with Fiaaeis' Patent Life Boats. Passage to Liverpool $120 Passage to Halifax 20 For further information, apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr. fUr y Wall street. BRITISH AND NOW^H AMERICAN ROYAL MAII Of ttttatooa and 441 horie jwwer each. Under centraet with the Lorda of the-Adinirnlty. HlBERNlA, C. H. K. Jndkine, ('ommander. BRITANNIA, J. Hewitt, do CALEDONIA, E. O. Lott, do ACADIA. A. Kyrie do COLUMBIA, E. C. Miller H N do W ill Mil from Liverpool aad Beaton, via Halifax m foil owe t raoM kixaarooi.. iion ootTow. Acadia, Ryrie, Feb 4 Mar 1 Columbia, Miller, M h 4 Ap'l 1 Britannia, Hewiti, Ap'l 4 May 1 Hibrrma. Judkine, Ap'l It May l? The aecnmmodatioiu for pttearngare are euperior. The veaaale are aeeatnpaDied by experienced ennreona, and amply tbpplied wiih Fmoeea' Patent Life Boala. Paaeage ,edneed to SIM. No Bertha aecnred antil paid for. For farther information apply '<> n bhwjham im >t ha HNDr.N a rn?B m. i ur.iia. J? _ PULLEN & COPP'8 J NE^Y^n^LbTNT Tw^Av^iBrTtfcAL KXrUKSH. Meaare Harnd'n ft Co. baring diapoaed of their route irom New York to Albany aud Tioy, the aabacriben, the old conductor* of Harudrn It Co'a Northern Kipreaa, from New York, will eoutinoe to ran u beretofore.lea*in|? New York. Albany end Trey, Daily , end connect at Troy with Jaeoba' Montreal Kipreaa, end will for ward Specie, Bank Notra, Paekagee. Bundle*,Caeca of Uooda. Ste , to any place between Naw York end Montreal, and trirorignom ine ^umuh i. aiiu r.nar, iruin a roy nuu aiimit Boeton, ?nd Wait from Albany to Baffalo. All btliineie entrtuted to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particnlar attention will be paid to the collection of n< tei, drafo, acceptance!, Ac., and prompt retnrna made for the aatne, PULL.EN fc COPP. OfScaa? Pollen It Copp, 3H Wall itreet. New York. Thou. (Jonah, IS F.ichanjtr, Albany. A ti. Kilkina, MS Hiyer itreet, Troy. 8. Jaeob'i KirhaDgr Conrt.81 raol at, Montreal. REKIf HKNCE8. Nrw Yoaa. ALnawy. Taoy. Prime, Ward 8t King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, facob Little, k Co., Thoa. Uoogh. P. Weil., lohn T. Smith, St Ce.. 8 K. Stow, Pepoon It Hoffman, C. 8. Donglaaa, Cart .enter It Vermilye, K. Leake Houihthn St Co. 'Irew, Bobinion It Co. n24 UATLTFACKAUK EXPHfSH I AK KOR ALBANY, TROY. AND B1JKKALO. CSkid&hi l&itSdSl -fSflMftjf- JMcAii Br theTl<>ii?,it?>uir Raifliund, loumua tlimoRh frixn ihl? ("ty Is Albtny in Twelve Hour*. Learee at 7 o'clock in the inomin(. The eubeerihen hate made -rraagemeuu with the H outworn Kail Hoad Company, to ton an ttopreaa Carjaaelaaiwalj or out own purpose) daily, own their road with the Mtaeuf ei rait., rannini tnroauh to m twelve hoara.and are now refmred to receive and forward at low rntea, Specie, Bank Notaa, Parkaaee, Balea and (' tare of Uooda, te., far any til 'he almee named or intermediate piacee. twill attend promptly to the eofleotmn and payment of hi)la, ?o?ee, draft* and aeeoanla, and aueh othar baataoaa aa may be I 10 "WMBIoT It CO.t Wallateaat. New T?vk. > R K I ilNING, FEBRUARY 27, a, COUNTKy RESIDENCE FOR 9ALE?In.the Tillage of Hanortr. Morris County, New Jersey, 13 milea froia Newaik, on ine turnpike leading to Morrratown.a in'irc two atoiy noose, containing right rooms ami itood cellar, with good well of water near the Ho t. Alan good coach house and Stable, with three acresof rich laud, all fenced and in good order. If the above is not sold at private will be offered .uAucuun on wru eiaay, 8th of March, at 1 o'clock, 01 the ?"rJ?rlhcr P*'ticular? cnnatrcof JOSlt,! H BOOT H. Ilauover S.J or ) . . . . WILSON J HUVr. We* cor Vuiiua, N.Y J Adminiitiltaf*. _ f8 "n*r /f i TO LKT?In Uetu ttrert, neti Smith it'Ort, Brook- I >yn, the pleii'tiil ih'ee ttory houae, finuhed in the beat I I^MLniaiiuer, with tw i Iota al rroin d attarlied Alio, roach I hou.r, a:ablr?. &c. A nanny of the moat choice gratw Tinea. I alio a< veral fruit trerr, with a well and pump or eacdlont spring water no the premiaea. Thu piopertv ta well calculated for the accommodation of a rrapcrtable family, to whom it will be let for 0110 year or inere on accommndatiui.' lerma, by applying to JOSEPH McMURUAY, _Jll 3tr _ |Ofi Piuc eticet. TO LET?The hjum and itorr No. TU Laight atrett, corner #1 Wealiiiignu. The store la at i reaeD' occupied l"flP a rroccry, and the occupant would sell out immediately. Three dwelling h< Uara iu the tame row, aud aomc parta of house* Inqnire at M L oglit at. 2if2w*r TO LET?Tim twoStory brick home and premiaea, I ffvTW No. Hi Wooater at, lini ibrd iu the mo>t modern aty I -, iAJJLwilh marble mnnllepiece and nhl.nii iloori throughout. Apidvto JOSEPH MoMUKRAl, 2if :i'r 1011 Pi' e ttrcet. Tt) LKT?Two honaea in Jonva >irect,uear Bleecker meet. Apply to JOSEPH. McMUHRAY, lr 1Q0 Pine atrcct. M OFFICES TO LET?Iu store No go Sooth atreat. Apply to JOSEPH McMUKKAY, 100 Piue atreet. I llec Jgd TO LET?from lit of May uait, the modern built ffTTW two alory brica liouae, No. 11 Third at, with utlie, b??<> Jj^J^mrni and cellar, and marble mantles throughout- For farther particulars inquire at 470K Pearl >t lif 1m* TO LB;? From j-t May ueit, two mi dern two atory 1 Houses, in Uraod street, nesr Wooster. Alto, the JlJflL Sl'<re No. 89 Canal it., now occupied at achnr store. It could be made into two very convenient tin et Apply to JOHN THOMPSON ?f l?*lmrc _______ Orvd or n Wooster ate. PKHTY? A Farm of one huudrrd acres, situated ia JUB, Rockland County, ten milei by the New York and Erie Kai'road.or sit miles Ir in Nya< k Landing. Handsomely situated, plenty <d"fruit, well watered aud wooded, aud easy of access a> any day in the wrek, br ihe above road,in three hours. For lurlher particulars enquire at ,7 Oouveueur srruet, where a audio ipe view can be seen. 171 lm*r FOR HALF. OR EXCHANOF, FOR PROPERTY #S?llN THE CITY OF NE*V YORK-A va uable Farm wrf^of about to aeree iu Scarsdale, West Chester Couutv, two miles belew White Plains and tweBty-five rom New York on the main road leading to aud from said places. Ou (he premises u a spacious double two stoiv dwel ina house, with a Uitchru attached; a Dar?, carnage and out houses, all in flue order; 2 bearing apple orchards, mostly gr fled fruit, peach, chc ry aud pear trees, a good well of water aud cistern holding 40 hogsheads of water; nbout twelve acres of wood land The wholo farm well fenced aud mostly with stone wall and in good repair. The Biou River crosses the rear, along which the railroid rnus, now nearly completed, to White Plains. Persons desirous oi seeing the pre ilea *eilI find it one of the most des.'able places iu West Chester County. Enquire of J. J. TRAVIS, on the premises, or U. BRUSH, ESQ. f2 lm?r No 92 Fallon St. a~FOK SALE OR TO LET?And possessiou given the middle ol March, t ie f;rir belonging to the heirs of the late Joseph Woodard, situated near the junction of the WilHamshu-g and Newtown turnpike roads in Ntwtowa, L. I, nbonl one mile fr in the village of Williamsbnrih, containing about 40 acres. The soil and location are not surpassed he an> in Ih- neighborhood of Williamsburgh or elsewhere. The l.oua* is large and comtn >dious, and the Outbuildings very esieDiive. aud it is calcul ted for a vent'eman s residru'e, or an offensive milk eftabishraent It also pisseses many advanta gr s of water CO rnrnun rcati-'US,having two docks ou the pirinisef tug which h < umber <>f lirst 'tie gardueri from York Island fiavu recently located. Terms moderate. For further particulars apply to J. J. A. KB BETH. fn lweod*rc No. 26 Wall st, npataira. CHAPMAN'S JV1 AGIO STROP. WE THE UNDERSIGNED, Importers and Wholesale Dealers, having used and sold L. Chapman's Metallic Razor Strop, do freely recommend it as being superior to anything which has hitherto come under our notice of a similar nature. Burned? A Ik. 9 Willrts, importers of hardware, No 303 Pearl at. A W Spies ft Co, do do >11 do Willis ft Brothers, do do 215 do Oakley It Loomis, do do (2 do Sheldon It Thel|is. do do 25 and 23 South William. Halsted ft Brothers, do do 51 Pearl St. Kissam, Brvee ft Jones, 'do 221 do 9i>elman k Frazer, importer! of Fancy Goods, 136 Pearl st. Ports ft Mam. importer of drug*, 44 Cedar st. Field, I'hompson ft Co. importrrs of Dry Goeds. 55 Cedar st. Fellows, Van Arsdale It Cooper, Watches, II Maiden Lane. D e el ft Co.. importers of Stationery. 245 Pearl at. Wm R Goulding, Surgical Instrument manufacturer, 35X I haiham st. For Sale at 202 William street' To be had hy th dozen at the tiaanufaetnrer's price* of the above firms, and at reuil. at the principal fancy stores throughontiheeify. Made at '02 William street. f3 Im *m PRINTERS?For sale, three sec. nd hand medium handA presses and i?bing methiues ; three second hand superroval naiid-,.1 esses aud inking mscluues. The above ureases and m ichfnes are in good order, and will De sow "r? JO"/ ou ap|o>c?iuil 10 mo nut rnuuui rim Machine and Maw M iDDlaclOiy, Noi. an and 31 Gold srreel. >8f 2?r UNITfcU STATk* HOTEL, NEW YOKE.-Thi. well konwu establishment has been leased lor alerm of years by the uuderogued. who are adding to the already extrusive accommodation a Urge Retiring Room for gentlemeD, where they will tin I a'l the niiucipml "ewspapets ol this eouotry and Eur>pe; a Dressing Kooin and Barber's Snop, not surpassed by any Hotel in the country; Bailii, hot and cold; Minor's Patent V por Baths always in re idiueas, and can be given on th'ee minutes notice. An Ordiuaty for the accommodation of citizens and str nzers not residinc at the Hotel, will be opened on a magnificent scale;and Kent op from 6 A. M. till 12 at night. The interior of the building it undergoing a thorough repair ?n fitting and famishing, cleaning and painting. 1 he relebmtedCrolonWater is introduced throughout the House,which renders it not only healthy in the extreme, but perfectly secure gainst fire. The location is inch as makes it more convenient for merchants, travellers and business men than any other in the city, being eqni-distant Irom most id the eastern, western and aomnern steamboats, and in the immediate vicinity of all the Atlantic Steamers and Packet Shifs. The tables are supplied with the beat our market affords; ti e wines of the choicest brands, and selected by our best coi uoi sears; the servants Clean, orderly (ud attentive?and the public may depend on thountiring efforts of its propiietois to make the United States as comlortabe for them as any othe. hotel in the Union. ??f 'mr BRA18TED It JOHNSON. T JNLMA KUHBEK SHOtS. 53 M.ide.. Lane? Selling oil at X wholesale price*. gentlemen's Over Shoe*. with leather soles.hoili iheet aad cleth robber, are now selling at the uoparaMIed law pric-o'SI.S0. Ladies over ahoe* of every Variety and lend at equally low prieea. Theae good* are the more durable and elegant article* to be found, and in all case* warranted. Those wno hare not teen our Rood* are particularly invited to call and wsamiue before purchasing. Don't lorjet the number, 53 Maidct Care 23! Inii'm HIITCHINSQV k RUVYON WATCHES AND JEWeLKY VtttV LUW-Ai (ha subscriber it constantly receiyisg all deacripli<>n* of Ooid and Silvei Watches, ol the newest styles, fro^ the mainlacturenin England, France and Switxerland.he it eaabled to offer a larger assortment and at much less prices, at.retail .than at any other house ia the city. Also, Gold Chains, Keya, and Gold Pencils. Gold Watches as low ?? JO to 25 dollars each. Watchel and Jewelry eichanged or bought. All Watches warranted to keep good time or the money returned. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired in the best manner and warranted, l much let* thaa the usual price*. G. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches aad Jew?lry_, f? lm#ec Wholesale and Retail. 3D Wall at., dp stair*. TO THE LOVERS OF SUPERIOR BLACK TEA? Howqna's Mixtnre?This eitremely delicious aad anparaileled Tea, ao hi/hly celebrated in China and Europe, just impovted. ia now lot tale at the Canton Tea Company "a General Tea Establishment, 131 Chatham it. Ntw York?id Chinese packages Price 30 cents and 21. Ill lm*r aAa- KOK LIVERPOOL-Packet ofth~ 1st of March. aJnMpVlOld Black Ball Line)?The superior 'ast sailing Jmmmmm ptcbe t imp Oi*brd, Capt Itafhnone, will tail aa above, her regular uay, liavinic excellent accommodation*, aj> ply lo JOHN HKRDMAN, fit Mouth atr?et. N B? Paaeengera from England Ire'arul Scotland and Walea, ran be engaged wtti ine enbaertner by aplrndid firat > Uaa |iaebet ?hi la ?at in? werklv from L'?erponl to New Votk Bnaton Pi.tlad-I,hia. New Orleana and Mobile, thereby aflordiug to Ihoae aent for, a paaaaxe to the near<at port in the United Statea, to their intended enlement Drails can, na nauil. be forwarded for <uiv amonnt, payable in ll the principal tnwna thrnnthi nt the United Kingdom. Kcr fnriher particulars aptly (if by letter i oat pant) to the old established Emigrant Para ate I roce, I, a' ore. JJfr ""PACKET FOR *1AKMEILLES?? 1'he ahip M*WWHEL,l.EbPON I , Adams. Master, will poaitttely on jBKafaihe 1st. Marrh. h "r freight or paaaage apply to 8. BHOOM It CO,, lot Kront at., or to BO*D k HINCKEN, Agenti, fkr t TmiRna Beildiwg "xwf BLACK RAt.L, oi Old Line olTiVlHTDOt rfwV Par beta,?Regular Tachet of lat of Maich ?The JkaUKmcrleb'ated laat sailing lavoiite packet ahtr OXk'OKD, Captain J hit Rathbone, will aail positively r.a above, her regular day. reranaa retarmngto the Ohl Country will find it to their torn lortan'adr ntagr toa leci tint conre\ance id jreierence to Any other For nataage, and to aeenre the be?t hettha, early Application ihonld he made on board, foot 01 Berkman atreet, or to ike anbacribera, ROCHE BROTHER* It CO., J5 Fulton at, neat door- to the Fulton Bank. P. S- The Oxford ?ill aail from Liverpool on the I9tn of April ?thoae aendimt for their frienda. can hare ihem brought out in her. or in any of the Packeu of thia magnificent Line, which aail IVom thereon tka 7th and 19th of each Slonth. Draftaon tk* Royal B*nk of Ireland, a?d ?n Mraera. Preaeott Orota, Amra It Co . bankera, London, which will be paid free ol diaeoa?t or any charge, in erery town throughout England, Ireltnd, Hcottan i and VraMa. Kor ti aaage, lie., apply an above. The new and ?uprrb packrt ahip Monteanma. burthen lOStitona, Capt Alficd B. L >wber. will aacceed the Oxford,and am for Liverpool op ihe loth of March, and wM retnrn again for'hia port on the 7th of May, her rtgnlar day. 23fr R B. k CO. I'OK LONDON ? Regular parket ot the lit M <rch. fry toperon. fmt sailing rackdtliin PHlLAXjaB^DKLPHI/V, Captaia Horey, w:ll positively tail as above her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabia,Mcoad eabin ao<l steerage paste ngara, pcrsoua wishing X> rtnbuk ahonlrl make early application to JOSKPH MeMUKMAV, IM Pin* tt., rot. South. The above will bo succeeded by the paaket ship Mttifieelantl, ?nd tail on the 10th of March. r?rtoni wi-hirg to send for their friend* retidiug in the old country, e.tu hare them bronchi oat by the abort ship*, or toy ofthe regular pickets, by applying at abore ; if by fetter, post . id. a Air ol.n KSTAHUSHM) KM j(llt A N T I'AS i?1HMV SAUK. OKKII :K,#1 South street. New York?ItegaKltkBknMr l.inr of Packets?The subscriber eonlrauet to hrii?K "?l prison. f'Otn any part of Ureal Britain and Ireland who may h-rpgay.d i?y their friend. her. , hy the regular 'io? of pnrki'i .hit*. tiding every ?u day. rom Liverpool. Pet?on? aradiug lor thrirTrien m tv rely thai ,m?t rare Will he oil? ? ' hair tjirin deapaudpd Without delay in Lircrpool.ano vrill alYvavi endeavor to merit t < outiniU ice of the pnbltc patirtiaga which tiai b?en ?o liberally br.towed for many y ear* inut; and tho.e remithng money can hava drafts jwrnble at all the Bank, ami Uriachoa Ihronahout th. 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D or Acrounu of Irish Heirs > All for WINDSOR CASTLE I UK ABVENTURES OF ARTHUR O'LEARY, J A dlscoant on all the above works to agents Subscriptions for all the above Magazines w ill be received at this office, and panctnslly attended u>. jMrc TO THE PUBLICMRS. H., just arrived from Paris, wishes to engage in sooae family; nuderstinds ironing ana plaiting us perfection, and is also an excellent seamstress. A note left at this office ad dressed as above, will meet with dne attention. IT tmtom SINGLE GENTLEMEN can have pleasant apartments and good board in a private family, at MM Fulton near Green wicli sr. N. B. Day boarders admitted on moat reasonable terms. Ififcc JEFFERSON INSURANCE COMPANY?Nn. 47 Wa> W Street, cornet of Hanover street. This Company con tinnes Lo insure against lessor damage by fire on buildings, goods, wares, or merchandise generally; also, on vessels S3 cargoes agninst loss or damage by inland navigation, on a* ftvorsblc t< rms >is nay oiher office DIRECTORS. Thomas VV Thome K.fisha Rim Thomae T Woodruff Atuou Bakrr Brnjinin R Kobeou Martin Hoffman John R Dariaon Joetpli Allrn John H Lea Joacpti Drake Fraucia P Sage Sxmurl Underbill Thomioo Price, Jamei II Whitin* Moars Tucker John P Moore John C Merritt Wm K Thern Caleb CTani# Jamea K Holtnea THOMAS W THORNE, Preaidenf. CO. T. HOPK. Hcereiarv .Wbaw MkK KNGLISll SCHOOL. CHARLE^DU$p& 'v^aVkRLAPI^?UiNCirAL. THIS Acad'-my waa ratabliahed two year* ago. under the patron*?e <H '.tie former Intendeni General of the Lai and, and other niatitutuianed individual# of f'.ie nobility andmerehanta af tnia eitv. Ill'aocdectedou the piaaof the German 'rvmnaaiat" and the metnor of nntioti la the "iaterrocatiTe." All the achnUrannderatandrrie kmuliah I muriate, and many of them apeak It habitually and fluently The Principal hae the experience of aehoola in Oeeee, Ger many, Kpglend, and the United Stalea. Hie ehief aim in te rive the yontli entruated to hie care a practical knowledge of ihoee hranebea Of a polite education, which are required in all active careera, and are applicable to any. The conrae of atndy, therefore, comprehend# the EMtliah, French, German and H|>aniih larvtnates; Hi#U>ry, Ueogr#phiea. Natural Philoaophy, the practical part of Mathematica, and Orawintaof vanon# kinda. Profemori of direr# nationaaud aeoniremente reaide in the anlabliahment; end all tha elaeeaarecelye, in rotation, ma traction from the director. ..... . , , Such aim#' inceeaa haa artemled thu plan of rauion, that ae rent r,fthe>nunder twelve yean: of uti.wnui audapeak twoforewu ra?;:nage*, "? perfectly intelligible manner, and theee ef riperyeare, rorreetly and ?-*?irv. Tha adtuiaitiou, not "ill y of the Spautah, hut alao of olhei Uncut*)-*. U thui pinned within the reach of the youth of the Oaitod State*, without it* being nece**ary for them to relinijuUh the many advantage* which accrue from anttngliah education. The object of the Principal in daahring to tveeive footht from the butted Stater, i* to facilitate the acquirement it the UuaiMh accent for hie Speniah tmpila, which aerriee would t? doubly repaid the to by be the letter, and to inuoduc* here the manly aplntofthe Kticliah tchool*. The yeun*,citiaeua of the L'uited Statee can have nothing to fear from the climate, the houee being apaeiona and airy, aitnated in n healthful vpot, at ? abort iliatance fiotu the city; and eont.nuin* withinib MiiKw.a.Miv WMI auu cmnpicir K vmn*Bi un iut uic i?fPirrfiu#B (>l th? ptpita' Two roalha, lately arrived iron Genoa ay, hurt paaaed llKinm'i in the at.tool iu perfect health. At 'he priaripal ia a married man, and hit wife and timer h?? * ?' '<e <tf the ianiordeiiaitinent children are received en attnat ?l miaacy. K eery papflenjoya hu reliffinu* opinions aedutarked. 1 tie terma arc UM per annem, payable three raontha erne There are no aitrne ereent rlothea end >"><'*?_., LI). Priw l'w Ontf. Rio De Jtntlro. [Correapondaiice ut ih? Rio Dk Janeiro, Dec. 13, 1842. Our Con?ul at Rio?Hi* popularity there? I hunter at Sea? Trade, (pc. James Gordon Bennett, Esq., L. L. D., GkNERAMSSIMO, jtr Dear Sir In one of my previous letters, I gave you some account of the proceedings ot the United States Consul at this port, in his attempt to procure the confiscation of the American bark Mary, Captain ' Cl?rU ininn th#? .ill+b*i\ atround of nmnwlina Truly, our worthy Consul's new office is likely to prove his most profitable employment. My letter has aroused the ire of the honorable gentleman,and he has been loud in his denunciations against "The Herald," and its It 10 correspondent, and has visited them with almost as much abuse as he heaped upon Mr. Tyler when he received information of the nomination of a successor. The effect has been that he has extended the circulation of the Herald, by | increasing the number of its subscribers in this distant land, and confirmed your correspondent in his determination to continue to furnish you with a | faithful account of all the occurrences likely to inte| rest your readers He is in great trepidation for 1 fear of his removal, and has prepared a petition for I a continuance in office, which he has entrusted to th? management of a friend, to endeavor to pester the American merchants into signing. This precious document,which was presented a few days ago for my signature, sets forth his most immaculate r>lturuntiir nvtvonprlinopv (tlnoan fav tka an/J most summing industry in the discharge of its duties. By dint of unwearied importunity, he has succeeded in procuring the names of five or six merchants, some of whom have declared upon signing their names, that they did it out of sheer pitv, while they were satisfied of bis being exceedingly obnoxious. President Tyler is a man of too mucn good sense to be humbugged by such a document, as lie knows the facility with which such petitions can be gotten up by the appeal of friendship. There is scarcely an American vessel arrives at this port but what the master has some uiiplensant collision with the Consul, in the annoying difficulties he is constantly presenting in the most simple business affairs Mr. Slacuni is quite as unpopular here as he is at head-quarters iu Washington; and if lie is continued in office alter the developments which have been made, and are still constantly occurring, T am mistaken in the decision of character, and indexible justice of Mr. Tyler! Price of Coflee, per arrobe of 32 lbs., December 111h:?Superior, 3$5(I0 a 39700; first good, 39100 a 38300; ordinary, 29800 a 38000: second good, 28500 a 28600; do ordinary, 19800 a 2$300; common, 18000 a 19200. I The American brig Africa, Captain Lemont, of Maine, bound from Montevideo to Datavia, when I out 14 dayB, sprung a leak so badly as to be com pelled (o put in here in distress. She has been condemned, and will be 6old next week. I understand some of the insurance offices in your city are interested in this vessel. There have been a number of arrivals from the United States, within a few weeks, with flour, which, at the prices at which the few last cargoes were sold, nays a good freight, but little profit to the shipper. Stock on hand comprises ahout four months consumption. Coffee maintains its price well, notwithstanding the large stock?principal shipments to the United States are making to New Orleans. The American houses ol Messrs. Maxwell and Wright, and Mr J. Birckhead, are doing a heavy business in flour and coffee. Yours, ?tec. Commxbcx. Louisville, Ky, [ Correspondence of the Herald.J, Feb. 17 1843. State of the River?Defeat of the Slop Imw*?Defeat of the Bank*?Public Health?Metmrrium?Magnetiem, tfc. Navigation has at length closed; the river is entirely blockaded with ice; it lias been extremely cold for the last week; we have had very fine sleigh i ing, and a fair pro?|iect for a long continuation ot the same?rather a rare occurrence for thin climate. The efforts ol our representatives to remove the seat of legislation from Frankfort to this r>lnre will prove abortive, at least for this session; the question may again be taken up next year, but if Father Miller's doctrine prove true we will not need any more legislative assemblies in this world. The Commonwealth Bank scheme has exploded; so by the strenuous efforts of the whigs, we are saved from this ragmill?there is no danger of our having this ruinous paper entailed upon our citizens. The relief or valuation law, most likely will share the same fate; so that o( the Commonwealth Bank. Although a large number of our representatives are using all exertions to force the bill through, the majority of the locotocos will, in all probability, vote for relief. Unfounded rumors and reports, calculated to mislead the public as regards the state of health ia this city, are in circulation, ft is published abroad that the small pox is raging with unabated fury, that numerous new cases are dailv appearing, and large numbers dying rapidly. Sucn is not the fact; but one or two cases have been discovered, and those of trifling import; in other respects our city is perfectly healthy. we have had another humbugging lecturer delighting our citizens with his nonsense at ten cents a head. His lecture room each night was crowded ; no doubt it proved a lucrative business to Professor Hronson and Mr. Nash. The last two nights of his stay here he lectured on neurology, mesmerism, fee. A Dr. Stewart, of Indiana, wttn his;-.. k:. : : * iiguiou UIC nuuiruuc w llll 11IO CA^IIUICUM IU UCUIUlogy. It muat be admitted that the boy was well trained, and performed his part admirably. This science is iar more insignificant and contemptible than mesmerism, for the collusion mast be so palpable, and evident to every reflecting mind, that I should think it would be cried down immediately. Professor Bronson, in his lecture, spoke very confidently of his power as a mesmerist; said he was certain that he could throw a patient in the mesmeric state, and extract a tooth or amputate a limb, unknown to the j>ati? nt, or cause him the sliahiest feeling of pain. He narrated some most miraculous talea, that beat Baron Munchausan all hollow; egad, Ins stories are not a patching. Bronson related instances, and gave names, w here a mesmeric patient had told the caupe of disease, when it happened. .Vc. Another narrated a visit to the mountains of the Moon, is Africa, and gave a relation ol what IIII^(II Ur f?rr|| iurir, it? tiuumaimaic an lurer Binic merits Hronson gave the names of those present at the time of the experiment; he also related, that one patient, on being asked, gave a description of the future state, and lrom what he said ske related in relution to thio subject, I should judge she had eatefully perused " Dick on a Future State." Bron son laid great stress upon the names he gave to support the statement he made; as to their respectability, high standing, Sec., Sec. Well, who are those uersons whom he mentioned 1 Not one ol the audience could say they knew any of them; and for obtaining their evidence it would be tiseleas to attempt finding wiiere theae persons lived at the present time, or whether they lived or not,no one cauld say. Supposing thsv are alive, and we knew their abode, it would be useless to enquire about auch a matter, as most likely it was forgottea long since. Bronson knew this; he was well aware that the witnesses he gave would not be called on; he knew that if he eould gull the people by giving them names that it would assist him in hiti humbug, and thst it could do him no harm. This, although of trifling import, has its influence on some classes, for they think he would not give person's names, no matter now nirtiani uipv may or^ unnne me ncu are aa h stated. Such reasoning ia all my eye and Elizabeth Martin. Hawkcyx TAYNtt'S fcXPECTORANT-Tliia Madicioo baa alroodr ** pro?nl itaeli to bo all tint it Hm booa reeo??onded, by thoae who bate |iaeo it a fair t-?t in thia eoonirr. and tnt domand for it ioereaeeo ds'lt. wt bart mthoard of an iionortaut tare of Aathma, which haa heeoeAaeted br rhe iwoof it. in a ne aliboni* town?the eaao wao that of ^aftrealancho^bnd lor a loot tiaae been nndai the care of a nhfaaaian, aarHad >? crired no ralia?and bar aaoe wao coaaidjwaa* laat reaoit the purahaaed a bottle which earned her to rapeetoraie ''** . u. coiiali and rapidlr reatonnf b?r to haaltb. Wo have no hcMtaiion . aayinr'bat rhia preparation of Dr Jafno fo, th. rare 1.1 cou?l??, coldi. irllaaaaa.aatbma. eooMHPUona. Ac, M iha moat raiuabi- medicine eter offered 10 the Aatenaoa public. Tnere ia no an?Carry aboot it?Dr. June a one of the moat tkillnl practiii"* pbjraieuna In Fe nuarWani i; and wher'far hie rarlooa proper 'iona haft been thoroojhlr teated. be look'd open a? a treat pnMie benefactor?Atnaoraet. Ma., Prepared onlv by Dr. JAYNK, No. MS Broodraay. Now Verb , faf laa'm l*TATt'M*B. CLOCK*. AND JBWki.RY,' r?vitr*? is ?? the bf?l nUMi inU WMiWid, murk U>w?r tfeaa it ill >thcr place in tha cite, at jsc ' I

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