<rm Vol. IX.?I?o. 013.?YVHoio No. S?T3. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?pub. luhed every day of the year except New Y ear's day and Fourth of July. Prioa 'J cent* per copy?or f> 30 per annum?post ugos paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday morning?price 8$ cents per copy, or $3 13 per annum? portages paid?caah in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald ia over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increwdng ast. II hat Ike largest circulation of any paper in this city, jr the world, and it therefore, the best channel for butinen men in the city or country. Pricea moderate?caah in advance. PRINTING of all kind*, executed at the moat moderate price*, and in the moet elegant ityta. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, P&oraiKToa or tub Hiraxd ErraanisHiuirr, North weat corner of Fulton and Naaagu street* a COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE-Iti the village of Hanover. Morris Coouty, New Jersey, IS miles from Newark, on the turnpike leading to Morristown.a lame two story noose, cool*tutu* eight rooms and good cellar, with good well of water near the do?r. Also good coach house mid stable, with three acres of rich laad, all fenced audio good order, if the above is uot sold at private aale.it will be offered atanction ou Wednesday, tth of March, at 1 o'clock, on the premises. For further pellicular* enquire of JOSEPH BOOTH. Hanover. N. J., or > WIL SON J. HUN T, West cor Full Ja. N.Y. S Adn?nl?t,*t<>r?' f8 lm*r TO LET-Thv h-iuse and store No. 78 Laigbt surest, corner nf Washinynu. The store is at present occupied as a grocery, and the occupant would sell out immediately. Three dwelling h< uses in tne same row, and some parts of houses. Inquire at M Lt'ght St. 3if ?ss*r M OFFICES TO LET?In store No 81 South street. Apply to JOSEPH McMURRAY, IN Pine atreat. fllec JgA TO LET?Krom 1st of May nest, the modem built two story brics house, No. 11 Third st, ~"th attic, basrJkJim ut and cellar, and mirble mantles throughout For fort her p?>ticnl*r? inquire att79K Pearl ?t. Itf Im* jjjf FOR SALE OR EXCHANGR FOR CITE PRO|.. 'O PEKTY?A Fsres of one kaudrrd arret, situated m l> IH li 1.1 m'll... I?. ,!,? IVI..UT Vi.rk ....I EnoRailrotd.or (it milea If m Ny.t k Landing. Handsomely ntualed, ulrnry ?f fruit, well watered *nd wnooed, and easy of access a' any day in the week, by ike above rcad.in three hours For further particulars enquire at i7 Gouvenrur srreit, where a aud?cipe riew can beaern. t7(tm*r kd TO LET?The lire-proof battling corner R< se and pm Pu.v e sts, w> II c tlculaled for any kind of manuractu tng XJJL husinets Th re la a tteam rngiue on the pren>is>sin complete n-iler, which nta/ he u ed bv the occupant free of (haree. Rent low. Aptdy at the office 233 Washington it. m.' 3c?r B'lAKUINo H'i(J fro. 380 Pr ,rl street, t > let, p!m containing over thutv ro-ur ?, wrh a dining room 5u feet '.iA lone on the ground door. Rent reduced to 'uil'lie times. Enquire if b. St 8. HA L8 I ED, mi tw*?c No. 14 C-d-r a rret. FOR'TQLLKITR IUfHAVUflFOB PROPERTY tf*?lN THE CITY OF NEW YORK-A va u ble Farm of abou 80 acres in Scaridale, West Chester County, two miles below While Plains and twenty-five rom New York on thr mam road le.diug io and from said places. On the premisra i* a sprcioua doable two stcry dwel tua house, with a kitchen attached; a nam, cinrioie and out houses, all in IItoorder; 2 bearing apple orchards, mostly r fled fruit, peash, che ry anil pesi "ees, n good well of water aud cistern holding 40 t-nyji'eads of omrer; ab-.ut twelve acre* of wood land The whole farm well fenced a?d mostly with atone wall and in good repair. Toe B on River crosses the r?ar,along which the railroad mna, now n -arly completed, to White Plains. Petsent desiious oi seeing the pre ises ' rili find it one of the must dr'.'ahte places in West Cheater County. Enquire of J. J. TRAVIS, on the premises, or D. BRUSH, ESQ ir9r No tt Fnltoo at. CHAPMAN'S MAGIC STROP WE THE UNDERSIGNED. Imnoitira and Wholesale D'alris, haring used and sold L. Chapman's Metallic R<xor Strop, do freely recommend it as being so peri r to anvthiug which has hitherto cams anoer our notice of a similar nature. Signed? A 8t 8 Willeti. importers of hardware. No 883 Pearl at. A W Spies k Co, do do 218 do Willis * Brothers, do do 111 do Oakley A I,re.mis, do do (3 do Sheldon A Phelps. do do 23 and 27 South William. H?lstedb Brothers, do do I 38 Pearl st. Kissam, Brvce A Jones, do 228 do Spelman A Finer, importers of Fancy Goods, 138 Pearl at. Posts V Main, importer of drugs, 44 Cerl-rst. Field, t'hompsou A Co. importers of Dry Goeds. 33 Cedar st. Fellows, Van Arsdale A Cooper, W?tehes, 11 Maiden Lane. D'iiI A Co.. mpwrtera of Stationery. 843 Pearl at. Wm R Goolding, Bnrgical Instrument manufacturer, 35R f'harham St. For Sale at 282 William street* To be had hy th dosen at the manufacturer's prices of the above firms, and at retail, at the principal fancy (lores througnout rbe city. Made at >82 William street. ft lm*m TTNITED STATES HOTEL, NEW YOKK.-Thi?well Lf known establmkment has been leased lor a term of years by the uodrr lgued. who n- adding to the already egtrnsive accommodation a large Retiring Room for gentlemen, where they will find a'l the p.iucipal newspapers of this country and Ear upe; a Dressing Room and Barber's Shop, not surpassed by a-y Hotel in the country; Baths, hot and eold; Minor's Patent V por Bath* always in rasdsacat, and can he given on three minutes notice. An Ordinary far ihe accommodation of eiti* sens and mongers nor residing at the Hotel, will be opened on a magnificent sole; and kent up from 8 A. M. till 12 at night. The interior of the building is undergoing a thorough repair ?riGt'ing and famishing, meaning and painting. The celabratedCrutonWater is introduced throughout the Iloase,which renders ft not only healthy in the extreme, but perfectly secure The location is such u makes it more cooveqiepi for merchants, tnielhri and basineaa men than any other in the eicr, being equi-distaat from most <>f the eaatern, weatero and southern steamboat!. and in the immediate vicinity of all the Allan tic Steamers and Packet Shi (a The tables are supplied with the beat our market affords; tfce wines of the choicest bra ds, and selected by our best copuoi aeon; the servants clean, orderly and attentive?aad the public may drpeod on tbe untiring efforts of itaproprietaia to make the United Stales as constoitab e for them as any otkei hotel in the Union. Uf Imr BKAI9TED It JOHNSON. Y*TATCHBS AND JEWELRY VERY LOW-As the ' v subecriber is constantly receiving all descriptions of Gold and Silvai Watches, ol the newytt styles, from the mauulactnrera in England, Viatic and Switzerland, he it e jabled to offer a larger assortment and at much lest prices, at retail,than at any other house in the. city. Also, Gold Chains, Keys, and Gold Pencils. Gold Watches as low aa SI to 2b dollar* each. Watches and Jewelry exchanged or bought. All Watches warranted to keep good time or the money returned. Watches, Clocks nod Jewelry repaired in the beat manner and warranted, much less than tbe usual prices. G.C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches aad Jewelry, fit lm*M Wholesale and Retail. ? Wallet..npstaira T1EAFNE9S CURED?SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL? C For the care of Deafness, Pains, and the disehaigea of matter fro in the East. Alio, all tboaa ds*agrce?ble noises like the bussing ol insects, fa ling,of water, whizzing of stsam, ke. kt . which are s) mptoma of approaching deafness, and else generally attendant with the disease. Maoy pawns who have been deaf for ten, fift'sn, and twenty years, sad were obliged to use eat trumpets, have, alter using one oriwo bottles, tipmrp aside their trumpets, being made perfectly well. Physicians and sumeans highly recommend its sase. Read the following editorial from the Times Dr.ayiscss Cunr.D?We have heard a great manyspeak of the virtues of Ssarax'aAcouatie Otltsa remedr for Deafness, and we sre assured that it is unsurpassed by anything known for the purpose. One or two instances of its curative effects have been pointed not to as, and they are really astonishing. ? Prepared hy Dr. B. Bell, tod sold on agency, MS Broadway, New York, brree gS per hortle Ol Im O I - AVI PnWEA. with well luhcd room* l?> i?(.iu 4,H ir'? I bwiMtmr*,* 29 31 0*M Kftqiitrp ?i ?hr prr iniar*. '*>< Iwm jgm roil ALBA.N V ? Hoar Ghiuged?On ?nd fl,. mEI*. jJMffer Monday. I3?h instant, ftod o-?m! fWfthrr XMMjBiMK.riotirp, p?amimihvs Tor Albany, via Houomuic Rnlr. (I will l<n?? tills cite by Steamer I>o on o- Nimrnd, daily, (Suttdavs excepted) nt 7 o'clock, A. M. fnm ('mheriDe Market S'ip, East Hirer, airivingin Albany same eveninx. I llec POMEK. Y It CO.. 8 Wall at. KMOAM>NlTwAvipM'Vo ^ElMvRlE? JB2H9?*TIGS "Oil .fti-rTucsday, J aorta iy 3d. |g?3, the nhcrik?n will ruu * line of .Ultra Iroi* Bedford to New Vorli three rime* a Week, a* follow.;? Lcav*. Seelv'a viaaaiou House. Bedford, every Mouoay Wedm adnr ami Frid-1 in'OuiiiR *l IS o'clock Leaves the Kn< Road llnrel, corner of Bowery am! Broome u, New York .eery Tuesday, Thni a>y *?id Saturday morning, by the 9 o'clock caia, passing '-larlile rlvll, Kail Cheater White Plaiua, Kobbuu' Milla, Mile Squaic, Nrwca* tie, and Bedford. HIP-a.M DEFOREST, ?. LEWIS Proprietor*. The Hed Bird |,iue of 7* age* will eontiuke to mu during the a lute t from White ? -ir every day at # o'clock, and N*e York at I o'clock, r' Vj Sunday* excepted. HIRAM OKbOREST, i7'm"ee Prone tetat. grJW' YVlNTkH AHliA.NUE viENl-8 JT1 ' ' PKlNrJ'Uneo Sag* for Yonkera, ITiir ai* T Itohba Ferry, T irvy Town ? ugSiiig. Sodom a?d awuibeaa n oouee i ,u woh tb# He leia K<ilr<>ad Thia lin" will leaiv N-w Ytirk a 9 o'clock ilaoy, b-. th f'ail'i.ad *r? for AVii|Mnil>kriih|e, aud will oowvey p?aae>igrrv aa Car a* Sinn Sin* atul I'eekaaifl And oil Tnead > , Thurafla\ aud Sa tt'day, the line wll be extended to b d,im On Ml udaya Wedn *daya an Friday* from s ilom to New York. , , ? , RjM TOMI'KI>8. P.on.ief. r. The Railroad Kare from Wiltiamsbridge to Haw York is tJ Crota. lltte'r - - ^WlHTklR AKRa Nukt M tST?Kor Ooaheu via New York and Erie hailiued ? bare to OoluHgNkflLnlieii $I,W? 1 ouer $',2v On aud after Monday, 'y J n.u ,rv 3d. iMI. necar. of the New York *nd Err Kai." ad will inuin c unci ion with the Ve mboat Ut.ca, I.apt A H. Sebut* nail!, 8v day* eiee|?ted. r r !',? *, ogen- Leave Utiaue.irret |ii?r at? o'clock, A. M ; le-ve tie-aheii at ou uler |ia*t I, A M. For Fir- III?Leaie Vuaur ?? *t pivr at 1 P. M.| leave Ooehcn half-bast . A. M. ^ p ?Ey MmJR S'lpt* iuteviiiLDl and Emi -r*r. Tn fXMicpgerg tr;?iu coi u*-ct* 't 'I n ei ? with IJinch* M*t1 lti|fifo* Nawbttrgh. New Fait* Kiu^sio iCattktll uk! Albany? and atOixhfQ *ith tne C rboudalt: ami oilier Wrutaiu Line ol B uy* . It' r ,oa i OK LI V ERPOOL ? N E\V LINE-Rrgnia l?T?V Ticket ol ZMt March?Thi Snletidul Packet Mhit ^KMKwHOHCIUS. Captain John Colli!,., of llfci ton. will positively ?.tl aa th ivr, liei regiiluf daT. K"* inri\ht ot paa? N*, hannj 'MComniodaiHHi. nnei|ualled lot .pleoiloi oi c.oeniort, ,:pt>li on l.w.t I at Orleau. wtwrl, loot of Vvali aticei, otto E. K. COLLINS t> '-O. 3fc S"iilli .'rent. Hrico ol paaa iKr, 91(H). 'loe Pncket Shir Siddona, Captain K. B Cobb, 1'jlO IOTU. will aaoceed the IVoicou, and eai> the \'M< o> April.'"' resolar day. Letters (or the ? <*i'?" t line will auly berec*ircd M Oil|?t>'? 4M<> Hale'j iscwa liooin rauenqeia may 'ely on ttie sbip. < flhia line railing iu.iciojIlyjia advert i*ei| f27 r AAde ' PASSAtifc FllOM LI VKHPOiiL?The very vopornT P"kct ahip MEMPHIS. CaptKuiahr, will jMHkdBmv 'i' from Liven ol early in March Kiwio wi.hiint to HD'I for their frieudv can have them brought out in lift or nv ofthn legalar (mekeu by applyi'g pei.on illy, or if by li tter, povt iwid. t < dOBEPh McMURRAY 100 fine "ire.-1, coruxr ul South. I ??Drnlu for any ainauiit, Payable at tight in any Dink, biaixh, or agency of bonk, in KaglaiMl, Ireland and Scotland (iv?u by applying aa abort. jytk -T? IV T? JLU XI JLLA * VKW LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. r? itlfrom New York on I lie 16th and Liverpool on the 11th iif tach wutnlk. m. m ^TRS newT??^ Ship GAHKICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 26th Februuy. Shir ROSCIUS, Captain John Collin*, 14th March Slur BIDDON8. Captain E. B. Cobb, 26th April. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain E. A. Dopeyiter, 26th May. Knox* Ltvcaroei.. Ship 8IPDON8, Captaiu E. B. Cobb, ISth February. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain K. A. 15ei>ey?ter, 13th Much. Ship OARIIICK, Captain Wm. skiddy, 13th April Ship ROSC1U8. Captain John Collin*, 13th May. 1 heap ihip* are all ol the lint clan, upward* ol IMtlon*. built ,iithecily of New Yorlt, with aach improvement* a(combine treat tpeed witli unusual comfort for juneugera. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodation*. The puce of passage hance i* 1100, for which ample stores will be provided. These ships are commanded by oanerieneed master*, who will make every exertion to give general atitfac .ion Neither die captain* or owner* of tl tal juwill be respousible for at y letter*, parcel* or packag . **en tby them, nuleu retnlar b< lis of lading are signed therefor. For freight oi past, act-, apply to E. K. COLLINii A CO., M Sooth St., New York, or to WM. A JA8. BROWN A CO., Liverpool. Letter* by th* packets will be charged 12K cents per single she't; 60 cent* per ounce, and new?nai?er? 1 cent each. 13 r J-HE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m m m. m. To Mil from New York lCUi, and from Liverpool 6th ol' each month. ShipROCHESTER. 900 ton., IRlh Philip Woodhouse, i 16lh * eb ,y" Ship HOIJtINOUKR. 1060 ton., j ^ Marc4l. New ship LIVERPOOL, 1130 ion., .... A , John Eldridge, l?th April. New ship ; . ISOO tone. ; 1(lh May These substantial, last sailing, first class ships,all built in the cityof New York, are e mmaoded by men of experience and ability, an-. will be despatched punctually on the 10th of each month. Their cabins are elgant and eommodions, and are fnrnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfoitof passengers. Neither t e captains or owners of these ships will be rrspousib'e for any arcels or packages sent by them, na'ess regular bills lading are signed therefore. Ftr freight or passage apply to WOODHULL ?t MI VTURNS, 87 South street. New York, oi'to KIELDEN, BROTHERS It CO., f7 y r ___ Liverpool. OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. JUL JUL MgDK NBH> JfJEK ""PHE OLin!TSjE of fSSt^C?Liverpoc^^^Sreafter be 1 despatched in the following order, excepting that when the lay of sailing falls on Sunday, the ships w ill sail on the sueeeedug day. For New York. For Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, Juue 1 Jnly 19 619 tons, . Oct 1 Nov 19 D. U. Bailey, l Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND. June 19 Aug 7 750 tons, , Oct 19 Dec 7 B. L. Waite. i Feb 19 April 7 The OXFORD, I July 1 Aug 19 900 tons. .Nov l Dec 19 J. Kathbone. I March 1 April 19 The EUROPE, July 19 Sept 7 610 tons, .Nov 19 Jan 7 E. O. Marshall i Mar 19 May 7 Tha NORTH AMERICA. .Aug 1 Sept 16 611 tons. '. Dec I Jan 19 A^B. Lowber.r April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK. Aug (9 Oct 7 am tons Dec 19 Feb 7 T. B. Cropper.i April 19 June 7 The CAMBRIDGE. ilSep. i Oct 17 950 tons, Jan 1 Feb 17 W. C Barstow.i May 1 Jnne 19 The COLUMBL8. Sept 19 Nov 9 700 tons, Jan 1* Mar 9 G. A. Cole. May 19 Jnly 7 Punctuality, as legards the day of sailing, will be observed as Heretofore. The price of message ontward is now fixed at One Hundred Dollars, for which ample stores of ever* description wiU he provided, with the exception ol wines and liquors, which will be famished by the stewards. GOODHUE It CO.. 61 South St., C. H. MARSHALL. U Burline-slip, N. Y. Je24 lyh BARING ?m>THFHS k CC... LWl. FOR NEi ' KLEANs. I LOUISIANA AND NEW RK L1NF F PAt K FT a jt^. Ak ihz | Foi the (letter accommodation ol shipper- luteuded to despatch a ship firam this "ort on the 1st, 5th. 5th, 70th, and latl --I. .......it. ....... ,|._ in,t. I i .... ub tinnl May, when regular days will be t-d for the remaiuder of llif year, whereby great delay ippuiutinenta will be ) reTt-nred during the summer mn The toll owing thip> wn commence thu arrangement : Snip VAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE. Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Huuu Ship SIlAKSPEAllt, Captain Miner. Ship OA8TON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSViLLlC. Captain Mamlorr. Ship OCMULUEE, Captain Lcavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinsoi. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mnlford. These ahipe were all built in the city ?f New York, expieu for packets, are of light draft of water, hare recently been /wly coppered and put in splendid order,with accommodations ler passengers unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give Seneral serisfactiou. They will at all times be towed up and own the Mississippi by. steamboats. Neither theowuals or captains of these ships wilt be respons' ble for jewelry, bullion precious stones, silier or plated ware or for any letters, parcel or package, sent by a rpxt on board ol tbem, unless regular bills eluding are taken Tor the same ir" the valne theieon expressed. Vor freight or passage, apply ?. K. COLLINS It CO., 46 South si., or HULLIN It WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail panctually as advertised, and great care will he taken to have the goods correctly measured. ml TA PSCUTT'S GfeNEKAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. Ift ilfK. Jgt ^ The subscribers beg to call the attention of their frieade and the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bnuging out iwssengert from, and remitting money to, any par* ofEnglaud, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, iu tne magnificent picket ships, comprising the >1 NL'UI 1 IWl' OO I llll.'U?lini D AI'eVTJ ? iri? . ShipfloSClUS, Capt. Collin*. Ship SIDDONB, Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain Depeyster. Ship GARRICK, Captain Skidly. New shin HOTTINOUER, Captain Buraley. Ship SOUTHERNER, Csptain Woodhouee. Ship ROCHESTER.Captain Palmer. New ahip LIVERPOOL, Captain Eldredce. Sailing twice every month; and with the " UNITED LINE," composed ofaupenor firat claaa American ahipa, sailing every ten days, will make five ship* in each month throughout the rear, (or one erery aim daya) thereby preventing the poeai btlity of unnecessary detention. Paaeae** '-'ret from London, Brietol and Gheennck to New fork. Alto from Liverpool to New Or lean a, Mobile, Saran nah, Charteatoe. Philadelphia, Boatoti and Baltimore, and the ratio a perr* in Briliah North America, can at all timea be engaged on liberal terroa. Pereona wishing to send for their friends, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived (torn (electing this line in preference to any other, and they may rest assured that unnsual carr. will be taken to make die passage agreeable, the ships being fitted op with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all eases where the parties sent for decline coming, ihe money will be refunded without, any deduction, as usual A free passage from the ranous seaiHirt- of Ireland and Scotland can also be secured. The regular p*< he's for which the subscriber* are (gents, sail as follows, viz -?To and Irom London on the 1st, i0th, and 20:h of each mootr.. To and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7ih, :Jih, !9'h, and lith of each month New Orleans. Mobile, Savannah, en . Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Person* in the country wishing to ssud money to their friends by enclosing the inm they wish sent, with the name and address ofthe parties te receive ii, m.y rely on a draft for the amount being forwarded per first packet, after the receipt thereof, and an acknowledgement for th- same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, without diacouut or any o.h-r chaige, at the National and Provincial Sinks of Ireland and branches. Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Bolt, S?n St Co., Ilaekcrs, LoudUu, Exchange ami Discount Bank, Liverpool, and in a very principal town of Great Britain wad Ireland. Fartherpirticular* mole known n application, if by letter, poet paid, to diy r W. It J. T. TAPWQTT, 41 Peck Slip, N. York. 4tK iUK dft passageVtiom onkj^tnttrain and Ireland by the black ball or old LINE ok liverpool packets. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 19th of every month.J Persons wishing tosrnd totbe Old Country for their Irieml* can mnke the necessary arrangement* with the Subscribers, am! nave them come out in this superior uine of Packers, sailing from Livemaol unctually on the 7th aud ilth of every uionih Pi r\ will also hate a first rate class of A merican trading ships, sailing every sit days, thereby affording weekly euinmumra inm trout dill port One of (he frtm ( dr. James I) Roche I is there, le see that they *!-a!l be lor warded with care amides ...L twwa. Should the parties agreed for not come oat, the money wiM he returned to those who paid it hure, wuhont any redee *Vne Black Bel), or Old Line of Liverpool Pick eta, comprint the fallowing maguificent Ships,m _ The OXbOKD. the NEW VOHK. CAMDH1DUE. COLUMBUn, EUR0PK. SOUTH AMERICA, ENOLAP/D, NOR PH AMEKH A. With such superior and nnecjualled aiiatigrmeals, ih? aub cribrra eoufulr ml v look forward for a continuance of that tapport which lata been eitendrJ to them ao many yeara, for whicli their are grateful Thoae proceeding, or remitting money to their relative!, can at all litnea obtain Draft a at audit fur any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank >f Ireland, Onb liu.also on Meaara. PRESCOTT. UROTE A v1 EM k CO Bankera, London, which wilj be paid ?u .lent Old at any of die Banka, 01 tlieii Binnchea, iu all die 'principal lowua throughout Eugliud, Ireland, Seotland and Wales. Apply,or bldreaa, (if by letter, poar mid.) KOCHV., BROTHERS lit CO. J5 roliou atreej, New Vork, v n ki neat door to the k'ultou Bank. 1.V T- Old Liue of Liverpmil Packeta aail Tom thia port IUf Liverpool on t'.,e lat and Ittli ol each mouth. Parnr* returning to the old touutry will liud it to thrir comfort and idvantage toaelect thia favorite Line for their conveyauce. in (IT- f! en.-" m utr other An r .Italy .. /.>.l.'.l)..KSTAllLIWiiEU EV.IUfitA.Vi i'A ' ' " ' ' t.dl Booth atreev, New Vork-Rega"lar Liiu of Packeta?The jurWcnber continue to bri!?; out Persona Trout auv. part of Unot Britain and Ireland who miV be encaged hy their friend, t,.,. I... .n. i.. ... . I |M?krt ihltx, Mllinf every six ,l?y? 'torn Liverin?|. lettou* tenili y (or their ItienJa, m?v rely thm juat eaiv will b. lib. n o hue them dripnu heil vtihoot del iy jn LireriMml.xud will nluoya endeavor ro menl a i-imiiidiu ire of the nnblit paironnye which haa baeii ?0 liberally tx-nuweil lot mnuy yean paxt; and thoxe remittmit money can nave rirnlix payable at all the H.ir.ka and briacliet throueb.iui the United Kingdom M*fa?i.??,x ,OA ""^faEtVrisair " fUM iiLibmnt W YO rEW YORK, FRIDAY M< SPRING ARRANGEMENT FOR 1W8. J6L Aifc t&S: MOL jEffiL EBBBL OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFIGE. No. M SOUTH STREET, N. Y. DASSAUE to nuil from Great Biitaiu and Irel ml by the reL tul?r line of picket*, tailing on the lit, 7th, llth, IKhand Mth of each month. The old BUck Hnll line of packets are ai follows^? Ship NEW YORK Captain Cropper, " CAMRRIullK. Ouitiin Buitow, 11 COLUMBUS, Ciptaiu Cole, " EL ROPE, Captain Furber, " SOUTH AMEHIC \, Captain Bailer, " NORTH AM ERICA. Captain Lowber, " E NOLAVD, Captain Write, " OXFORD, Captain Kathboue The Commercial Line u composed of lorty superior, fast ailing ships, all commanded by mru of great experience. Firat class ships will al o be despatched Irom Liverpool to Boston, New Orleani and Mobile, three limei |<er month; to Baltimore, Charleston and Saviiiu.ih, twice a mouth, to the differeut porta in Bntish North America weekly, t he Subscriber, ill making kuowu his arrangement* for the year 184.7, beg* to call the atteutiou of those persons rrsiiliug in the Uuited Stales and Canada, who wish to send tor their friends to come tro.u K.mrUud, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, that they cau always be accommodated by tne line of packet ships sailing as above; and in order to give more fac lily and quick despatch to the emigrant, lirat class well-known American ships, comprising the Commercial Liue will, iu additiou to the packets, be despatched by hit Lin n*>ol agents, every three or four days during the season, thereby avoiding any detention. Those sending lot their friends may rest assured that every thing con nected with his business will be executed with his tisual promptness With these arrangements the subscriber hopes to command a preference for this line, and a continu-noo of the public patronage which his beeu so liberally bestowed for many years past; ami in all cases when parties decline coming l the money is refunded, as customary; a free passage can also | be secured by steamboats from the different ports iu Ireland and Scotland 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 the hauking houses on demaud, throughout Ureal Bnlain and Ireland. Those persona, therefore, throughout the Uuited State, who with to remit money te their Iriends residing iu any part of the United Kingdom, will please notice on the receipt of the amount here, with name and address of the party to receive it, a dr-lt for the amount at the rale of $6 per pound aierltug, will be forwarded per steam ships or by first packet ship, and a receipt or duplicate of same returned through the mist office For further particul u* apply, (if bv letter oosl oaidi in ' jOflN HF.RDMAN.6l Month street, or J k W. Ri>BIN->ON Ooree Piassas, and Neptune at, Wati rloo Dock, Liverpool. In Scotland? Meiers Daniel Wright It Co., Glasgow. In Ireland?Diunia Deltnv, Esq., Dublin; Messrs. Joseph Allen It Co., Belfast; Mr. Wm. Cairns, Londonderry; A. Murray, Esq . Cork. d13 r? m M M & rXCKETS FO^^>TC.R9ElLLEM^rhe undermentioned thins will be legularty dispatched from hence and from Marseilles on the 1st of each month during the year, thus? From New York Marseilles. MINERVA, Cant Brown, N ?v 1. Jan I H'RYTHOMPSON, Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. Feb 1 COURIER. Cant Dugau, Jan 1. Mar I TRE8COTT, Capt Lawrence, Feb 1. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adams, Marl. May 1 CORIOLANUB, Cap Hnile, Apl 1. Jun I They are all conperea autl copper fastened,and have escelleot accommodations for pease liners The price of cabin passage will be $;ou, exclusive o wines and liquors. Goods addressed to BOYD It H INC KEN, the , gentf.wili be forwarded free of other harges man those actually paid. For freight or passage apply to G. BROOM It CO.. or to MI3r BOYD It HINCKEN. Agents MEW JC.tt.-sEI tt.AlL.lvO/iL AND fR.ANJ>PORTATION COMPANY. NKW YORK AND NKWAKK. smummaa Fwre reduced to 48 cents. From tne lowl ol Conrtlandt street. New York (Every day?Sunday usi rpied.) Leaves New York Leaves Newark At a A. M. At I P. M. At Tj* A. M. At IX P. M. OX do 4 do. do. IX dp. 4X do 9 do. 1 do. 7 do. II U do. ON SUNDAYS. H roui (lie loot oi CMurtlandt street. Le -ve New York, Leave Newark. A. A M. <nd P M. At IX P. M. and 19 P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN, Lr.ve New York Leave Elisabeth Town 9 A.M. 7 A.M. I P. M. IX A. M. 2X " 10X A. M. 4X P. M. IX pM. 9X " The trains for Westlicld, Plainfield. Bound brook, Somerville kc., connect with the 9 A M. I and P M trains from New York, dsily, Sundays evcepted. Fare between New York and Elisabeth Towu 25 cents. Fare between do and Somerville, 75 ceuts. NYW YORK. RAHWAV AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. I rom the foot of Courtlaudt street, daily. Lnatr New York. Leave New Bruuawifk. At 9 A SI. At 5.X A. M. 2* P. M. 7X " 4* " 12X M f P.M. On Sundays the SX and 7X A.M. tripe from New Bra lawiek and 2% P. M- train from New Y >rk, are .muted. Fare beiwrrn New Yn-H and New Brunswick, 1 > ceuU Kahway, SI cenu The fate in the M and 7>4 A. M. trainf rom New Bransatchj and 2|f and M. train frooi New York, haa beeu re New York and New Brunawick, to SO eente " and Railway te 17X " Passenger* who procure their ticketa at the ticket office, re iei*e a ferry ticket gratia Ticketa are received by the codoctor only on the day when purchased. fit 2m* PUL.LKN te t)OPP'S MA AeQftflte ^rn NttW-YTfiHfTLB^F TttR^AN^WkttAL EXPRESS. Meaara. Uaruden k Co. having diapoaed of their route from New York to Albany and Tiny, the subacribera, the old condectora of Harnden k Co'a Northern Express, from New York, will coutmor to run aa heretofore-leaving New York, Albany and Tray, Daily .and connect at Troy with Jacoba' Montreal Express, and will forward 8pecie, Bank Notes, Packages, Bundles.Cases of Goods, he., te any place between N?w York and Montreal, and throntthovt the Canada'a. Also East, from Troy and Albany to Boston, and West from Albany to Buffalo. All business entrusted to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particular attention will be paid to tke collection of notes, drafts, acceptances, kc., aud prompt returns made foi the same, PULLEN k COPP. Offices?Pullen k Copp, 3X Wallstreet, New York. Tnos. CvoiikIi, IS Esciiange, Albany. A 11. Kilkina, 228 River street, Tioy. 8. Jacob's Exchange Court, Hi Panl at, Montreal. REFERENCES. Niw Yore. Albaisv. Taot. Prime, Ward k King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little, k Co.. Thos.Ooiuth. P. Wells, John T. Hmith,k Ce.. 8 K. 8tn?, I'rpoon U Hoffman,, C. _8. Douglass, Cwpenter St Vermtlye, Y. Leake Honsliton k Co. Drew. Robinson it Co. nf4 MORRIS AND ESSEX RAIL ROAD, eip- iiw wuh the m oil approved >nd fceav>est H rail, to secnrv a <af and esp< dilioa* conveyance M"?n ,'i'W York and Moristowu, will commence runuiiuc two trips daily, Sundays eireptwl, <>n ami after VI >u<tay, Jan ' #. Kirn Tiam from Mormtown mil leave atTX A M. Second Train from Mo.-rislown will laavt at Ik P M. Kir*t Tiaiu from New York will leave at 9 A M?Newark at MAM. second Train from New York will leave at IX P M?Newark at J* P M. P.vsiciigers by tht- Mornini; Traiu from Morriatown will arrive a1 N-wark in time for .vie 9AM Traiu to N? w York, or the morniua Train ui Phi'apeliihia; by the Afternoon Traiu they will arrive at Newark m lime lor the ll< P M Trim to New York or the Erenni} Train to Hiiladrlp i.a Pasu-naers by lire M irninn Tiai fmm New York will airivr it Morrntnwu i.a lime to dine and take any of the Srairee molinr w?t ir north from 'hat i.'aee. i9* l-n*ec WINTKM AHKA SUEMkN l. a K w\oKi AN OYUt L. AD E L PHI A |CA I LTTOT H LI Nk DIRECT. Vm Newark, New Brunswick Prineetoti, Trenton, Border town and Bnriiuitlon. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. L-.itr .New York,from '.he loot of Con tlaudl ?tre- daily. at * A M and ?X P M I'll* u .iniiDK Lrtoe proceeds to tlnrdentown, (to a thence l? itcatnuoat to t'liitadelptna The Eveniiit l.iue proceed* a ire or to C-.ntdcn, (opposite Philadelphia) wthout chelate of Cat* Paaseiilfr r? will |ioru(e their liekeU at the olfce foot ol Conrllamlt street, wliere a eomrnodiori* tteamboei will be il -e?d netaa, with hagiraicr crate* onboard. Philadelphia haKKaer ct >tc> are conveyed from uty to eit?
'ithour beiuy peueJ by the way. E.ieh train i* provided with u Lad>e* Car, in which are apart ueols and dressing room* espressli for thf Ladle* uae. Rrturwinc. the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot ol Chestnat street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.anH 1 o'clock. P M. The Lines for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at A M, being * "onrinoarioo of the tinea from New York, dm lm* r 31 ATEN ISLAND KERRY. Foot of Whikahallatreet On aad after Dec. *d, the steamer HTA1 F.r^SLT^DKh a<ll run s? follows, uo'il turther note. O AVE 9TATKN ISLAND tfKW VOKS. RK A. M, 0 A.M. IS UK aP.M. IK P.M. dj r <v NKW YORK AND MMTON KAIL KoAL' LINK Vis Nuhwii h *!?;> Woacesruu Uiitiuei. Comfioii<t "I lf?e following ani silo- steamrrs running in co;. nection with the Norwich k Worcsstei and Wo cm >-r h to* ton Hail Horn's? WOKt"K9Tt?.H. ni>t.J I). Vanderbilt. NfW HAVKN, '.'apt. J K. Oo.tan. CLKOPA I'KA. r *pt . (ill ami >l'ti" Moudsy, N'ov.Slit,lliis line will be ran iw.it lyf li-stmi New York, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Hsmriiay mly. < ?. M WMf ti? I? rum feck > 1 ip, K^*t Riv*r. Chenevf ?ud artaudid stctfulnvt NKW HAVKN, ( I. K. Dunl in win l it. . ser- Tuesd y , Tlmii.'sy mill rtitm lay afternoon, at 4 o'clock PasM'aerr* lot Hosion will be forwarded immcdisrely on th irn?al or tin- iboer boats at Norwich, ..id will pioseed wit! >nt change of cap or baggage. _ For ftirther iiiroriiiitioii, emioire at lha office of D. B. ALLKN, It Peca slip, apstairs. All persons are lorbil treating ray ouc oa account of ths bote boats or swnara. nlte IRK I ORNING, MARCH 3, 184; Albany. [Corrripondruce ofihe Hfrild 1 Albany, Feb. 28,1843. Lot* of Public Manic*, whether by Whig*or IjOco/ocos?Paul Grout'* Sucre**?Vauderpotl,t Appointment?Groom* of the IVhitt Hor*e?Po*tma*ter for Albany?Custom House Officer*?Interview with the Governor?Albany Appointment*?Henry E. Rielt, &c tyr. Mv Dkar Sir :? An excurNion to Syracuse, which has occupied the last ten clays, has prevented me Irom being as regular and punctual in my correspondence us I had desired. So far as legislative matters are concerned, mere nas not neen any thing ot much interest developed in either branch. The Senate are mostly engaged with the Erie Railroad question, whilst the Committee of Investigation are engaged in the question whether Mr. Canal Commissioner Bouck or Mr. Canal Commissioner Whitney are most liable to answer for the unnecessary thousands of dollars squandered upon the first ten miles of the Erie enlargement. Thai immense sums have been lavished upon contractors, both parties admit; that much needless work has be#n performed, between this city and West Troy, every body knows; but whether the whig or locofoco Comm issioners are to be held responsible, is a question which a democratic committee are to solve. There is not the least doubt in my mind as to the character ot the report, which is daily expected. .You will of cours- infer that I have not yet succeeded in convincing his Agricultural Excellency of my qualificaiions and fitness for the office, which I have been teasing him for during the last six weeks Whenever I call U|>on him, I urn received with the most extreme politeness, and the honied accents which uniformly flow from his lips, will induce me to respect him for non-commit iiism, even should ne reject rnv application. Paul Grout has gone to the ciiy, after a residence here almost long enough to become a voter, with one of the best sinecure commissions in the Governor's gift. Paul chuckled over Stevenson, Johnv Riker, Willoughby and Swack. And as he is ihe first one of the Calhoun "barn burners,"who has obtained favor in Albany, it gives renewed activity and encouragement to others of the same kidney, who are now waiting upon his Excellency with a perfect rash. Vanderpoel's Judgeship stood extremely precarious for two or three weeks; and it was not until the Sage of Lindenwald demanded it, that it was done. The habits, associations and talent of the Kinder hook Roarer, disqualify him for the grave and dignified station on the bench; and if there was cause lor regret at the appointment of Tallmadge as Recorder, bow much m >re cause is there lor vexation nt placing Vanderpoel in such a distinguished p"fitionl? especially, too, when such a splendid man as Beniamin F- Butler was a competitor. During inv long sojourn here, I have become acquainted with many of the conspicuous grooms of the O d White Horse. Congress Hall, where I stop, is the place to get into the right kind of company. They all congregate there. Among ihe Albany osuers, are v/ruswen, me oiaie printer, a cautious, creeping, sneaking creature, who promises nothing, but performs every thing?that is, what he desires to be done, is done with promptness. Marcy, now in New York, manages the most important matters, and John C. Wright attends to the minor affairs. Since the semi-official announcement at Washington, that afterlhe -fth March, President Tyler intends to make a universal sweep of all Clay office holders, the Old Hunkers here are actively engaged in organising a Secret Tylerguard. Jim. Wasson is to be Postmaster in this city, and Alderman Chapman United States Collector of the Port. This Wasson, I learn from enquiry, is one of the Old Regency hacks, who has hela office already nearly twenty years, and by his penuriousness, has amassed a princely estate, all from office His professions for President Tyler are all hypocpiltcal; heisas subservient to Mr. Van Buren as Croswell himselCand only wishes to impose upon the credulity of the President and the Postmaster General, for the appointment. Colonel McKown, who cannot be induced to com mil a mean action, was a candidate, and recently despatched a committee of the young barn-burnets to Washington. They returned a dav or two since, with a refusal on the part of the President to appoint Col McK on account of his close alliance with Prince John. I understand that the democracy ! thi? city are remons'raiing against the nppointment of Wasson. If one half be true, as related to rne, he ought promptly to be defeated. Why should a particular set of men monopolise all the offices'? and why do democrats desire appointments from Mr. Tyler? But there are many men who never can rest satisfied unless they are supported by go vernment. I had an interview with Gov. Bouck on Saturday in relation to my office, and urged upon him the necessity of knowing my fate. He was pleased to inform me, that my recommendations were sufficient to obtain any office, and that my chance was as good as any of my competitors; but as he was going into the Albany appointment next, he should not dispose of my case until next week. Somehow or other, the Governor ascertain* d that I formerly resided in Troy, and asked me confidentially whether I was acquainted with any of the Albany applicants. He mentioned the names of Barnum Whipple. Peter C Doyle, John Hitchcock, George Monteath, for harbor master Whipple, 1 remarked, was an old stager?an olo office holder, both under the General and State (imrprnmrnln?r, jHv In fnlr? office from any party, as he is known to have applied for office from the whins, and does now, or lately did hold, a thousand dollar office under John Tyler. Doyle I am not acquainted with ; but told the Governor, thai as he was an Irishman, he would hardly suit our Yankee coasters. I know nothing of the oil er two. The Governor then read over the names of candidates for flour inspector. Palmer, Miller, Starks, Osborn, Updike, Vosburgh, Schuyler, and two or three others, whose names I disremembrr, were those from , which he intended to choose. He seemed to manifest most desire for I Schuyler; but being a distant connexion, he thought that might be. an objection, asso much had already been said because he had thought fit to confer some little favor upon his family. I notice in the Herald that my particular friend Riell has tak? n " some notice" of my remarks ? Weli, 1 certainly have no objections to his reviewing my communicaiions 1 certainly intended no disparagement to the personal or political character of my friend. I have known him long, and know liirn to be honest But he must not attribute his tiefeat to my interference. I only told what I believed to be the truth?that Senator Varian defeated him. I know that the Governor felt disposed to appoint Mr Kiel!, and that his name was actually on ihe late with Conner's Riell himself says, *' the Go vernor had decided to send in my name." Does this not correspond exactly with my assertions 1? Most certainly Rut Mr R's name could not have been withdrawn in consequence of my letter, not could the Governor have been "influenced by some gross misrepresentations," or " hints or t-ugges tions" in said letter, because the appointments were pumisiien netorc my coimnunicitiion w?b penneti.? What, thru. is the cause of offence f I simply asserted thitt H irll was on the eve of appointment, but ould be defeated. Thrn proved true. I also asserted that he" would not holt." Has he bolted 1 So?his article exhibits the most humble submission under a state of intense nfTl ction that possibly can be. He implores all his disappoin ed compatriots to adhere to the partv, and go into the battle-fielu with increased energy. Yours, &c., Jon Smith. County Court* Man. i ?1This Court convened in pursuance of the call, Judge Ulihoi fter presiding. The Outsict atrnnast appeared for the prosecution with psper* from the New York Medical Society, which had hi-< a transferred to him according to law, charging Dr. Charles IT Jackson with misconduct or immoral practice in his profession, in procuring an abortion of a qnick child, in the case of Susan Skaate, Maroh I, 1940. Dr Jackson was tried and convicted in the Court of Sessions, t'tif this offence, and sentenced to six months imprisonment in the city prison Mr. Whim>o, after stating the ca*-e bri fly, proposed that Dr. Jackson should plead to these charges, either tuilty ot not guilty. Mr. N*ct.r. nppeared lor Dr. Jack ton, and demurred to ih* charges. First, on the ground that Dr. Jackson had committed no offence, but w as unjustly convicted. Secondly, that having he. n tried, convicted, and punished once, he is cot liable to be triad again for the same offence. The Court overruled 'he defendant's demurrer, and re. ijuiri 4 the de'endant to plea ). Ma. Nsolk. V\V plead not guilty. Me. Wiurivft.? The defendant admits the conviction ind lentrnce, .is set forth in the charges. On this admis I sion in evidence we rest. Ma. Naolk tlu n proposed to read the auhatance of tin case at It had been made out, containing the evidence ol witne?aea,thr Reoordet '< chat ge.Sir., ami that on tbi* ilont he Conn should decides* to Dr. Jackson* guilt or inno c.ence. I hi* course was acceded to hy Mr. Whiting, and ht therefore proceeded to read ihn case. AHer thecasr was read, the whole was auhmittcd to thi de. iaion of the Court without argument. The Court theadjourned to next Monday, at 4 o'clock 1*. M, a I Kit A 5. The Mlllor Examination. Be fore Justice Stereo*. The Court assembled at 10 o'clock, and Mr. Joaoan for prsecution continued the cree* examination of Mis* Am Mixta Ciihmkrk, who was upon the stand ye?terday. <4?How lone was Mr. Charles F. Miller at Mr*. Eagle'* when he called to see you I A?I should think it was notorer Are minute*. Ct -Did you and Mr. Charles F. Millet ever ride together any where 1 A?Never but once, and then Mrs. Miller was along? we went from Little Falls to Peterson. Q?When was that ? A?When I lived at Little Falls. Q-Did you ever walk out with Mr. Miller alone while living there 1 A?1 did not. <4?Were you and he ever alone in a room together 1 A?He had often set dowa in the ki'.ohen when I was about. By Justice Breve as?Was he ever alone with you in a room on any other occasion ? A?I think net, sir. Q?Who was present at the Interview between him and you at Mrs. Eagles*'? A?Mrs. Eagle* was present, and I think four young ladies. Q?Who were those young ladies ? Q ?On you want me to give the names I A-Yes. A?Sarah Gardner, Isabella Wall, Mary Hughes, and Abigail Cummings. vj-iiao you ever any interview wnn v,narici r. ivuuei at Mrs. Eagles, except in presence of these J oung ladies I A?No, I had not ; there wan a young gentleman with Mr Miller present, but I do not know his name. Q ?Have you ever hail any interview with Charles F. Miller in the house of Mr. Durnet or elsewhere while you lived there 1 A?Never, till Tuesday last, when he come for me. <i?Have you ever had any interview with Charles F. Millar since you left Little Falls, except at Mrs. Ea. files', at any place, in doors or out! A? No.gir, I never did, until ho came to Mrs. F.agles'. Q?Has Mr. Miller, or|any oue else given or offered you any money or any other valuable thing it you would swear tdat Mrs. Miller had showed you that note ? A?No, sir, they hav'nt. Q?Are you positive of that? A?I am, sir. Q?Do you mean now to swear positively, without any reservation or exception whatever, that you never have had any ether interviews with Charles F.Miller,since you | left Little Falls, except those already mentioned? (By interview, I mean whether you have been together,either in lipht or darkness.) A?I state 1 never have, except what I have men. tloned. Q?Do you now state positively that you never had any interview with Charles F. Miller alone, at the boarding house of Mr. Baldwin, at Little Falls, either before or alter Mrs. Owinn left? A?I never have that 1 know of. Q?You have said you cannot road writing, can you read print? A?I nan. [A law book was here shown her, and she read the letters on the outside?" Barbour's Criminal Treatise."] Q?Have you ever received any written communication from Charles F. Miller, written in roman characters, like those on the back ol this law book'' A?1 never have. Q? How did thrt noto read that Mrs. Miller read to you ?can you recollect? A?I don't think I could?all that was in it. Q- Can you any part of ill A?She read her name, and Mr. Miller's, and Lemuel Wells. Q?Do you recollect tha words " for value received,'' were in that note? A?I could not state positively. (I-Do you recollect the words " I promise to pay," were read in the note! A?It was In, sir. Q?Do you know what the next words were after " I promise to pay 1" A?I think that the words " Martha and Charles F. Millei" were there, as near as I can recollect. Q?Do you recollect whether the words " or bearer," were there? A?I canot state positively. (J?Do you recollect whether the words "ororder" were there? A?I do not recollect that they were. Mr. Jordan here asked that Mr. Charles F. Miller should remove his seat, as he said he was looking the witness in the tare. [Laughter.] Mr. Miller sat on the opposite side of the tahle, near the wall, alongside of his counsel, Mr. Hall, about eight feet from witness. Mr. Hall replied that his client had a perfect right to be seated alongside of him, and he considered the remarks of Mr. Jordan as uncalled for, as Miss Cashmere had conducted herself on the witness stand in a modest and proper manner, such as not to call for any insinuation of such a character from counsel. Justice Stevens called the gentleman to order, and the cress-examination was continued:? <1.?Do you recollect anything elso that was in that note ? A.?I do not. Q.?Do you recollect whether " my hand and seal" were thera 7 A.?I do not; ! can recollect that it was for $30,000, if I havn't said it before. Q ?Well, madam, will you now please to repeat over all that was in that note as near es you cau recollect? A?I do not know the date; she stated that she had had it one year the next month. Q?Now, state all that was in that note as near as you can recollect7 A?1 could not put it together as she said, but i will slate it?"I promise to pay Martha Miller," I think it was, "and Charles F. Miller, $30,000," and I think that Mr. Welis' nemo was signed to it; that is as near as I can recollect. Q?Do you recollect that Mrs. Miller was absent from Little Kails any time during that winter? A?I think she was at Yonkers once that winter. Mr Ioiidin here rose again, ami nuked that Mr. Charles F. Miller should change his seat and take one in some other part ot the room. Mr. Hall objected, as he cor reived the insinuation conveyed, aa ridiculous. Mr. MiLLaa rose and stated, that for the purpose of preventing delay in the progress of the investigation, by objections of counsel, ho would leave the court loom entirely, which he did, with tho murmuring applause of the spectators, ami the cross examination was then continued as tbllows, by Mr. Jordan <1-Do you know that she was absent from Little Kails rfurine the month of February that winter ? A?I could not state whether she was absent that month or not; aha might have been. Q?That wnsin the winter of 1641, was it? A?Yes, sir. Q-Do you know where Mrs. Miller was in the winter ol 134'), in the mouth of January ? A?I do not. Q?Did Mr. Millorgo with her when she went to Yenkrrs in the winter of 1841 1 A?He left Little Falls with h< r, but whether he went all the way to Yonkars with her 1 could not say? Q?How did they leave Little Kails?in what conveyance ? A?In a sleigh, I think it was; a hoy drove them to Newark; 1 do not know exactly; they then took the cars, I understood. Q?How long were they gone ? A?Mr. Miller was cone three or four days ;~Mrs. Miller wns gone lenger; I could not state how long .she was gone. Q? How did she return ' A?1 think she came up in the Paterson traia of cars; I do not know how shecame to the house from I'aterson. Q?Had yon ever been acquainted with anv sf the Miller tainily previous to your living at .v rs. Baldwin's at Little Falls, that winter 7 A?No, sir. Q?Did you know any of their relations, or anybody who was said to have been related to them ? A?I know the Vanderpoel's by sight, and havesince < heard that they were related; I think that is all. Q? Had you known Mrs. Charles F. Miller, or any of urr rrnuvCT, prewuusiu mai wmior r A?No, sir. Q?Were yon a?d Mr*. Miller on pretty intimate term* dnriactkat winter 1 j A?we were es far a* I knew. <4?Did yon frequently go tnto her parlor and ait down ami chat with her, and that and associate A? I hare frequently went in and Rtaid sometime* an 'jour, and perhaps longer. (4? Did you ever go out viaitiDg with her I A?No, sir. Q?Did you ever converse with Mr. Miller sociably, the samo a* you did with hi* wife 7 A?I have, sir, when the was present in the same room. Q?Who invited you into their room in the flrst place to convene and chat sociably, or did you go without invitation 1 A?Mr*. Miller did, the said aho waa lonesome. <4? In any of your conversation* with Mr. Miller or Mr*. Miller, or both of them, did you ever hear any thing aboat Mr. Well* having refused to help tham to hay furniture for the house which they were going to keep aAer Baldwin left 7 A?I dont recollect that I ever did. (4 -What time did you go to that house to live flr*t 7 A?In the early paitol the month of October, I Ml). Q-Was Mr. Owm and his wife living or hoarding in the samo house at any time afiei you first went there 1 A?They were not. (4- Did yon know Mr. Gwin and his wife 7 A-l w?* acquainted with Mrs.Owin, and knew Mr. Owin b. sight, hut was notiMtch acquainted with him. <4?Whotf did they live w hen you lived at Mr. Baldwin's at Little Kalis. A?But a very short distance from them : I could not state hew far. U-Did you ever hear Charle* F.Miller say that Mr Wells, his wife's uncle, had never done anv thing fjr hem, ?r any thing oi that kind ? A- 1 don't recollect that I ever did. <4-Did Charles V. Miller ever make von J present ol ?ny kind 7 " A?No, air. Q? *re you poaltive 7 A?I am positive of that. Q - Did you *v.-r tell any body that he did 1 A -No, air. <4?Are you poaitirw jf that 7 A?Yea, air. Q? Do you remember any body thatwaa a clerk wi 1 I Baldwin while you waa there 7 1 L, D. PrtM tw? Cmu. A-He h?<1 two clerkTwhile I was there. * Q In order to get the tight one, give of the name of both. * A?The first was named Alexander Harris, and the eecond Howard Yitout. 4-Where have you been staying while yoM have been in New York. A?At Mri. Bokeet?the sistsr of Mr. Miller I be . lievo. Mr. Jobdax closed here, and thu direct examination wai resumed by Mr. Kvabts for defence, as billows Q?Did or did not the family of Mr. Baldwin and Mr. and Mra. Miller frequently occupy the setting room as a place for conversation 1 A?Yee, they did. Q?Did you or did you not take your meala at thu saina table with Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, including Mr. and Mrr. Miller / A?Yes, air, 1 always did. By JoauAii?Was there any other servant employed in that house except yourself ? A?I was not styled a servant, air, but there was no one to do the work except me and Mrs. Baldwin, ti ? What was you styled in the bouse ? A?I was accounted as good as one of the family, as far aa 1 know. II all.?That wi'cull " a help." Joroav - Let h?T unswer herself By Kvahts?When you were addressed by Mr. and Mrs. Baldwiu, or by Mr. end Mrs. Miller, what terms did tbey use?how did they cull you 1 A?They generally called me Ann. The examination of this witness was hern concluded, and sh? was then requested to move her chaii aear the clerk, in order to hear her testimony read as recorded before she siuneil the ;illiilitvit. Mis* Caiiimkhr raised her chair and placed the back of it in front of Mr. Jordan, who had been seated apposite her. und then sat down, giving him a view ot the rear of her bonnet, amid the laughter oi the audience. Mr. Jordan wheeled hi* chair around *o aa to bring hia backagnin*! Mia* Cashmere's. (More laughter.) Quite on emtule thru took place between counrel, and Jnatice Stkvkns cloaed the debate by intimating that he ahould expect such paaaing rancorou* remark* ltom some ofthe emull counsel about town, but not irom the diatingulahed gentlemen now here. On concluding the reading, Mr. Hall aaid be wiahed to aak witness whether the could write or not, a* if aot, she could sign her affidavit by a mark. Hhe answered that she could not write readily, and wai therefore allowed to aigh her affidavit ny making her mark. Q by Mr Jordan?Did Mr*. Miller request you net to mention that she had shown you tho note, or spoken to you about it? A?I don't think she did. Q?Is Mr. Baldwin and hi* wife here? A?Not to my knowledge. The examination here closed, and Mr. Hall stated to Justice Stevens that the defence deaired a adjournment, in order to introduce the evidence ol Mr Baldwin, with whom Miss Cashmere resided, at Little Kalls.in order te confirm her testimony on all points relative to the $?0,000 note. AUo Mr. John A. Miller and Mrs. Dr. Vanderpoel, to show the general kindness and attention of Charles F- Miller to his wife, and the Mlas Wellera, to prove that while Mrs. Miller was in this city, at their house, after the alleged abduction from Connecticut, she was not constrained in any manuer, nor confined to the premises by her husband or any of the family. Justice Stevkmi replied thut the case bad already occupied too much time, and that a large portion of the te?timony introduced on lioth sides was irrevelant to the Question before him, anil he desired counsel to confine all urther examination to the point in issue. Mr. Hall replied that it was the intention of defence to introduce no further testimony, except such aa went poirt ruiy 10 couirauici me lesumony 01 ?irs. .tuner, ana iuiko her credibility in the opinion of the Justice. He thought that all auch testimony was relevant, and it was onlysuch that they desired to olfcr. The court then adjourned to 10 o'clock tbia morning. Sad Doings at Fort Plain.?A lovely young lady named Miss Achsa Cone, hns been subjected to moat grievous and ungallant treatment at Fort Plains in this State. The circumstances under which ahe has been actually imprisoned, will be beat seen in the following petition, which is now offered for signature in the village :? To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of New York : The Petition of the subscribers, inhabitants ot Fort Plain village, and its vicinity, respectfully shows? That for a tresspass, assault and battery, alleged to have been publicly committed by Heknt C. Adams, Ksq., Attorn-y at Law, ot said village upon Miss Achsa Come, ot the same place, in one of the Churches of said village, at a time appointed for exercise and instruction in sacred music. she, the said Achsa, then, and for some time previous, having bren a distinguished member of the choir of said Churcn , she, the said Achsa, instituted a suit again-! the said H.-nry C. in the Supreme Court, under the confident expectation of recovering some damages for the said violence upon a young lady, committed in the presence of said choir, and many others assembled in said church. Your petitioners will not pourtray this transaction,in any other way than by a simple narration of the outlines of tne case. The said action was brought to trial at the laat November Circuit of Montgomery, when the Mid Arhsa, upon a technical ground, was nonsuited, and thua subjected to a beavv bill of costs, independent of har incidental expenses. That the said Achaa is destitute ol pecuniary resources, other than what is derived from daily labor as a seamstress. In consequence of which desti tution ol means to pay, and in consideration of her exemplary deportment and respectability in said village, her friends and acquaintances have made an effort to settle the defendant's costs, by offering to pay a portion thereof?but this overture in behalf ol the young lady was rejected, and on the 37th inst. she was arrested on a Ca. *a. issuad in said cause, for about eighty-six dollars, at the hour of seven o'clock, r.M., and in the night carried to the jail at Fonda, a distance of fifteen mill* from the village aforesaid; and there she is now confined within the limits, with no father'.i sympathy to cheer her solitude and reconcile her to her sadden humiliation, because she has no parent but a widowed mother, who is in daily need of hei ahsent daughter's labor and society?with no powerful or wealthy family connexions. She cannot make a "voluntary assignment," at our next Conation Pleas, because she i! so unlortuuaie us to have been "Plaiutift " in the cause. And should she apply for a discharge under the bankrupt, or any other insolvent deb'or act, her imprisonment or confinement will continue for several months, which your petitioners believe would beunmerited, as well as re. ugnant to humanity. They believe there ia but one alternative lor this cose, of which they hasten to avail them^olvei. Your petitioners, therefore, under all the circumstances, with great c .nfidenoe appi al to your honorable Iwdv, in behalf of Miss Cone, and they pray that at an early day a law may he p used releasing her Irom her confinement lor the costs aforesaid. And your petitioners, as in duty bound, will ever prey Dated Fort Plain, January 31, 1843. It s|>?aka little for the gallantry of the men at Fort Plain, that they did not at once defray the fair [ one's bill of costs. They should have settled it on the spot, and then ducked the defendant in the nearest horse pond. Court of Common Pleas. Before Judge Ulshoefier. MateH 3.? Tlitodori Chagot vs. Francit W. Laitack and anolhtr.?This is an action of replevin to recover a quantity of feathers of various kinds, which were seized under a landlord's warrant, issued against the plaintiff by defen dant?the defendant owning property in John street, and the plaintiff hired show rooms in the 3d story of one of his house*. The defendant contends the rent was to be paid in advance, and under that impression issued his warrant aAer the first month's occupation. The plaintiff contends the rent was to be paid at the expiration of the quarter, and therefore brings this action. After the levy, a tender was male of the rent and lees ol the officer : but he charged $1.30 mora than the plaintiff said he was entitled to, an J he refuted to pay it, but would rather pay a lawyer's bill. Verdict lor plaintiffs, $30 damages, and assess the proI nertv at 41300. United States Clrcalt Coart. Before Judge Betta. March Od?-The Grand Jurv came into eourt and brought in the following true bill t? Unittd State* vs. .Jamti Skrpktrd, on the charge of counterfeiting. Tho Grand Jury then ritired, and the court adjourned. J.t V vf.- . Xi r.< I Oh A n I?Tli ? Med hat uv?d> pros. d itself to he all rh t it has beea reooina ended, by 'hoar who litre giie. it a fair t it in Una e< niilr., and the demand for it increases da'lr. We hire (tit heard ol an imnoitant tore of Asthmi, which hta been effected by the ate ol it. in a ue nhboriu* town?the caae wuatlntof a female who hid ior atom; time hern under the car* of a phytHian, but had receited no lelicf. and tor c ??< was considered hopeless. Aa a last reao.tsf.n purshiaed a bottle of Dr. Jayne'a Etrectoraut, which caneeil her to ri|>ect<rate freely, gradualMhr ei wad to cough, and ia rapidly restoring in r to health. 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