Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 8, 1843, Page 1

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TH Vol. IX.-?Ho. 07.? Whuit No. 3SI80. To ili? Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?dailynewapapor?published every day of the year except New Year's day and CourtU of July. Prica J cent* par copy?or $7 JO per annum? postage* paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price 6} cent* per copy, or $3 13 par annumpostages paid?cosh in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing ast. It has the largest circulation of any paper in this city, or the toorli, and is therefore, the beet channel for business men in the city >r country. Prices moderate-cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds, executed at the most moderate prices, ami in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PnorRiETon op thi Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of STiltnn ond Nnasnn street'. TO LET?The upper t< rt of the store No. 7 New utreet, h f w doers from Well street; the second story two offices, and it is adapted for a merehaut or lawyer. Also, the three story house Jt Wa'ker st between Brmdwav *nd CVurch st, nn eicelleul sitnation for a genteel f-mily, oc ni' it u ny mr. verpi?uc;s The brick sto:? corner of T\ke and C"etry itroetr, occupied l>y Messrs. Valentine Ik Co., as a leed store, a desirable situation. Tne coureuieut two story house with attic rooms^ basement and counter celler. No. 829 Nineteenth street, occupied by Mr. Weeks The two story brick house, No 73 Gold street, one door from Spruce st, formerly owned by Mr. Miles Hitchcock. The rents will be moderate. Appiy to iVIR. DELAPLAINE, 08 Wall street, mfi Im'r in flice No. 9, cor, ef Water at. Ml') LET-In Dean slrn t, i.ear Smith slree , Brooklyn, the so'endnl three story liou e, tinislied iu the heat manner, with two lou of ground attached. Also, coach r entes Ike. A variety of the most choice irrsre vines. Also, several fruit treats, with a well and pump of excellent spring water on the premise! This pro.ertv it well calculated for the accommodation of a respertablc f tmily, to whom it will be lei for one ye ir or more on accommodating terms, bv apply,ngt<> JOSEPH McMCHRAY, m( r 100 l*-ne street. ToXET^-A BOAKD1NO HOl^E-On* of the most desirable stands in the city, having hr-en occupied XJK as such for a number of years, with ngnod run of busi ness Enquire of James T Bi",? . J5J I carl street, in the time buildi'ur or of Honlcr?on. 811 Pearl st. ir.6 lw*m MgjL TO LET?The hjusc and rtore No 78 Laight street, Pe? corner of Wialiiugon. The store is u presen* occupied tUjJE as a sroccry, and the occupant would sell out immediately. Three dwelling houses iu the same row, and some parts of houses Inquire at 01 Ls'gh' st. tif iu*t J|A TO LET?Kroni 1st of Miry next, the modern built ]?!! two story brie* house, No. 11 Third st, with attic, baseJ^jflLmrut and cellar, and mirble mamlrs tkrnughout For further particulars inquire at <79H Pearl st ISflm* B'tAROINu HOUSE. No. 380 Pearl itreet, to let, pT9 containing over thirty ro-n s, wi'h a dining room 3D feet U.JJLlongon the ground floor. Rent reduced to tuitihe times. Enquire o? 8. ?t S. HALS l ED. ml lw*oc No. H Od>r street. OFFICES TO LET?In store No. #? South street. ffW Apply to JOSEPH Mc.MURKAY, XJML 100 Pine street. I l lec amr HOTEL ?For sa'e, lease or let, the well rstauliphed {rvB Hottl. situ ited on the corner of William aud Duane su, JiJJL Ne w Yoik. known as the bhakspeare Hotel, is now to be dispose of anil on very advantageous terms. F?ir part'cu :ars inquire ni. the premises, or to ABRAHAM A. HEMSON, Esq , Wallahout, Williamsburg orhr letter to J. \ WU" r.sq., rai-umrr, diwuyu, hi tu j i.hdmiSEN, No 8 Wall it., between the houri 01 11 snd 12 o'clock. Win6 lw*ec M FOk SALE OK EXCHANOR FOR CITY*PRO1 .W PERTY?A Farm of one handled acrei, limned in -Ul Rockland County, tea roilei by the New York and Erie Railroad.or six miles Ir "in Nya'k Landing. Handsomely situated, plenty of fruit, well watered and wooded, and easy of access at any day in the week, by the above road,in three hours. For further particulars enquire at 17 Gouvenear srrcrt, where a andtcape view can be seen. 171 lm*r COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE?In the Tillage of Hanover. Morris County, New Jersey, 13 miles from Newark, on the tnrupike leading to Morristown.a large two story House, containing eight rooms and good cellar, with good well of water near the dour. Also food coach house and stable, with three acres of rich land, all fenced and in good order. If the ahove is not sold at private will be offered at auction on Wednesday, 8th of March, at 1 o'clock, on the premises. F"r further particulars enquireof JOSEPH BOOTH, Hanover N. J., or I A(|niin;.t,s?n?? WILSON J HUN"f. West cor Fuhun, N.Y. J Administrators. f8 lm*r sw* FOR SALE OR FXCHANOF. FOR PROPERTY 3K?ltN THE CITY OF NEW YORK-A va u?ble Farm ^Ask*f about $n arrea in Scarsdale, West Chester County, two miles bclewWhit* Plaits sud twenty-five rom New York on the mam road leading to and from said places. On the prrinisea is a spacious double two atoiv dwel in* house, with f kitch-u attached; a earn, carnage and out houses, ail in fine order; 2 bearing apple orchards, mostly gr ftcd fruit, |ieaah, cherr;- and near trees, n good well of water and cistern holding S'l hogsheads of water; ab?ut twelve acres of wood land. The whole faru' well feuced and mostly with alone wall and in good repair. Toe Brpvx River crosses the r-ur, along which Die railroad runs, now neatly completed, to White Plains. I'eisous desirous ul seeing the pre ises 'fill fiad it oim of the most des.rnble plaees in West Chester Comity. Enquire of J. J. TRAVIS, on the premises, or D. BRUSH, ESQ m3r No 92Fnlu>usl. EXPRESS FOR CLEVELAND AND DETROIT 'IMIfc >ubscribert will send an rxi rtss through Irom mis city, A t > tbe abore named and iutermr>liite places, ou the morning of the 9lh mat., lor the tr-u aportation ot specie, bank Dotes, bundle? and packages of goods, collection of drafts, bills n-tes and accounts and all such other busin ss as may be entrusted to them. POMEHOY * CO.. 2 Wall st, N. V. N. B. Immediately on the opening of lake cavitation, the above express line wul be extended to Chicago, Cincinnati, Sic . and rouiitutd lirouihont the entiie aeasnu, in c >unexion wirh their New York, Albany, Troy, and Buffalo daily express _ m6 r FVENCH STYLE SWEET CHOCOLATE, made with a Krencli machine,at 417 Broadway, New York,?FELIX KFFKAY returns his grilafal thanks to the enstomen who patronise him for his sweet chocolate, and he takes this op|iortumty to infsrm the public that he has at work a machine in hia more to show ho* nicely the article is made F. Effray's French ityle Sweet Chocolate, made, with a French machine, can be had at the wholesale price, either in boxes of 21 pounds or iu large cakes, it the factorr, 419 Broadway, New York. Dealers are earnestly invited to try the article. N. B ? Hot Chocolate and Coffee served up in the Saloon, ml lm'ec TOOLS?TOOLS?TOOLS ALBERTSON'S, Cong' r's, Horton'sand Mifford's warranted Cast Steel Coolers. Carpruters and Ship Caruenti ra Edge Toois.cau ee had at wholes vie and retail.of OSIiOHN Si LITTLE, '43 Fultuu streei. New York, (It per ceut allowed to merchants) and who keep ou hand a lull assortment of Coopers' Tools, Iron Kirett, Trass Hoops, Stare Jointers, Stock Howella and Crocot. Also, Importer* and Oeneral Dealers in English, Oerman aud American Hardware, Cutlery. Naile, tee. tic. CHARLES OSBORN. f 113m ec* CHARLES S. LITTLE. METALLIC RAZOR STROP WITH FOUR SIDES, invented by O. SAUNDERS, for keeping Raznra always in order?it produeea a smooill, and thin edge to a uxor in a tenth part of the time required on a hone, without using oil or Ws'er No other artlc e of the ki"d h> s ever hei n so unitersally known and an u?' in neailv alt iHj cutlery estabiishmrn iu Europe, nod lli-re acknowledged to hove no equal. In New York, wh-re it Wet invented, it received first premium* at the American lutlit'ite every time it was presented for competitiou, cud gr.Uailly (withoutthe aid of puffing,) established a reputation in all parts of America, of Being me only Kasor Strop that will keep razors in perfect order. Certificate* are n the possession of the inventor from the moat scientific gentlemen of both countries, speaking highly of their superiority. When taking into consideration that those gentlemen have no interest in the sale ef .he article, and gi'c their testimony without solicitation, speaks volumes in its favor. It IS the only Strop thst has been deemed worthy of nutation and coanirrlritiBK- The great number of those -.lone would stamp it as bring the climax ol perfection. That it may be mnie sstisfactorv to the public, the names of hose gentlemen who haVe gi >en certificates as to the merit* o( the Strop are here publisncd?General Jamei Tal'madge, President ottlie America Institute; Prof. John (Jrtscom, Dr. Vaen Hue Mott, and Mr. Millikru, culler to the Koyal Navy, 301 Strand. Msunfactoty 163 Broadway, >>w York ml lm*r pHltONO'iKTlK hOK SALE?A., tight d.y ci*ri|K>ol ' hronometer for s ile low Is in charge ef Mr. Stewart, March m a' Exchange, who will snow it to paachisers. ftjr ' DLltAfMlNOTOWJiRf-IIO cull, now lancing from *htp Roicras, and for ulf by PEM>BE It BKOOK?.H Liberty st asQ^jfk /Mt /OH ALBAN Y ?llottr Changed?On and Q? . "" i i^* alter Mondav, llih instant, and amil farther ^^kMs^Bn^K?notiee, passengers for Albnny, via Honsatonie H ilro^.d V*ill leave thls citv by Steamer Croion or Ntmrod, daily, (Sunday ? excepted) at 7 o'clock, A. M. from Catherine Market Slip, Km River, amvuw m Aibnuy time evening. . < ? ? POMERUY k CO.. a Wall st aLr _..?AIL HOAu LINE OK STAUES iSKSEnftf, i YOIIK TO BEUEOUJL).? TBSHfTMHB Oil and after Tuesday, January 3d, 1913. the subscribers will ran n line of stage* Iroin Bedford to New Yoik three time? n week, m fojiowi!? Leaves Seelv'a Mansion Hons*, Bedford, every Monaav Wednesday and Friday morning at I)* o'clock. Leaves tht Kail Koad Hotel, corner of Bowery and Broome sts, New York, every Tuesday, and Saturday moiuiug, bv the 9 o'clock cars, passing Marble Hall East Chester, White Plains, Bobbins' Mills, Mile Square" Newcm tie, and Bedford. HIKAM DEKOKEHT, U. C. LEWIS. _ _ ... Proprietors. The Red Bird Lin* ol " nn will continue to ran daring the winter from White ri?.n? every day at 8 o'clock, and New York at 8 o'clock, r1 M., Muodava excepted. HIRAM DEFOREST, f7lm*ee Proprieinv, WINTER ARKA NO KM EN T? For Ooxhnn via New Voik end Erie Railroad.?Fere to OoJBUfiBULaheu $1,40? Turner'a On and after Monday, _JH*_J inu.iry ad, 184 J, >hr cari ol the New York aud Em lkiiiin&d p ill run iu couueeiiou with the 1'eeaaboat Utica, Capt A H. Sehnttx, daily, Bui.daya excepted. Pol f'aiatugora? Leave Duanealreet pieret9 o'clock, A. M.; learn Ooehen atooerler paat 8, A. M For Fremht?Leave Duaiie atreet pier at 3 P. M.I leave (ioahen at half-baat 8 A. M. H. C. SEYMOUR, ftiipOTuatemlbCtaml Engineer. The paaaengera tram eonnrcu ?t Tnrnerx with I'm avh'n M*il Mt cealo: Newbni*h, New PaJu. Kiiaatoo, Calakill an.' Albany, and .itOoaheu with tnu Carbondnle and other WcMeru Line <if S'ugm. |gi r :aail for liverpool- m,v h,..,,,, L^jrSw. Packet ol MtP March.?Th* bnlendid Packet !*hi|i t .aptam John Goilitm, of lino toua, wiP poMtivvly aailna above, her regular da>. For freight or aawja*, having uecjiiiioodatiuna nne.|nallrd for apietidnr or comfort, apply on brwr i, at Orlriru wharl, foot of Wall atreet, or to e. k. I.OLLINB h i.o. it Booth atreet. rice ot rwaaa,'*. aino. 1 na P.iAet Hhin Siddnna, Captain K. B. Cobb, ol 1MB tubs, will luceaed tha tt'iaciua, ait<l rail Ibe ijtl, of April regular day. Lrttara lor the ahtpaofthu line will only bararaived at Oilt'tp'a and Itala'a iSiewa Room. I'*??enir?ra may rely on the aliipa ofthia lane lathiw punecnal I y ?? advertised. fn r F! NF, NE SPRING ARRANGEMENT FOR 1&13. jibi i ft OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PA3SAGE OFFICE No. 61 SOUTH STREET, N. Y. 'DA8SAGE to and from Groat Britain and Ireland by the reA ?ular line of p*cketa, sailing on the lit, 7th, 13th, l$thand 3Stn of each mouth. The old Black Ball line of packets are aa follows:? Ship NEW Y ORK. Caplsiu Cropper, .. CAMBRIDGE. Captain Baistow, COLUMBUS, Captain Cole, EU ROPE. Captain Eurber, ' SOUTH AMEIIIC\, Captain Bailor, " NORTH AMERICA, Captain Lowber, " E.NGLA.ND, Captain iVaite. " OXFOItn, Captain Kathboue. The Commercial Line ii compoaed of lorty hi pc nor .Ian sailing ahipa, all commanded byineu of ureal experience. First data ahipa will alio be despatched from Liverpool to Boston, New Orleans and Mobile, three timet per mouth; to Baltimore, Charleston and Savannah, twice a month, to the different porta iu Brniali North America weekly. 1 he (flhacriber, in making known his arrangements f?r the year .1843, bega to call the attention of thoae peraona residing iu the United States and Canada, who with to send lor their friendi to cotne Iron. England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, that they can always be aecnmmidntrd b>y tne lini of packet ship, sailing as above; and iu order to give more facility and quick despatch ro '.lie emigrant, hret cla?. wt I'-kuuvvu American ?hip?, compris ihf the Commercial Line will, in aildiuon to the pickets, be ileapatched by his Liverpool agents, every three or four dnya during the season, there by avoiding any detention. ('Vote aendiuK fv>r their triend. mav rest assured ihar every thing coa nected witlr hia business will be executed with his usual moinDtueas With these airaneeineuta the subscriber hones to command a prufercuee lor this line, and a coutinu>-tioa of ihe I public patronage which }? > been >o liberally bestowed for J many years past; and in a!) cases when parties decline coming I the money is refunded, as customary; a free passage can also j be secured by steamboats iroiu the different porta in Ireland a and Scotland U> Liverpool. Remittances and Drafts?With regard to his arrangements J for Ihe payment of his drafts, they are such as to warrant every I satisfaction, and are paid at all rhe banking houses on demand, throughout Great Britain and Ireland. Those persons, therefore. thsougbout the United Slate, who wiihto remit money tc their Iriend.t residing in any part of the United Kiiivdmn, will plr -ae nonce on ths receipt of ihe amount here, with name and address of the party to receive it, a tlr itt for the amouut at he rate of $5 per pound sterling, will be forwarded per steam ships or by first packet ship, and a receipt or duplicate of same returned through the post office For farther particulars apply, (if by letter post paid) to JOHN HKRDMAN.61 South street, or J. St W. ROBIN SON, Ooree Piaszas, and Neptuuy it, Waterloo Dock, Liverpool. Id Sootland?Messrs Dame! Wright Si Co., Glasgow. lu Ireland?Diuuis Delany, Esq., Dublin; Messrs. Joseph Allen A Co., Belfast; Mr. Win. Cairus, Londonderry; A. Mnr. ray, Esq . Cork. d'JJe' TACkLTB FOR M AUSEICLES^The undermentioned ships will be regularly dispatched from hence and from Marseilles on the 1st of each monih during the year, tiins? From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA, Cant Brown, N >v 1. Jan 1 H'KVTHOMPSON, Cap Sylvester, Dec 1. Feb 1 COURIER. Cant Dngan, Jan I. Marl TRESCOTT.Capt Lawrence, Feb 1. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt Adams, Marl. Mayl CORIOLANUS, Cap llaile, Apl 1. Jun l They are all cepperca and copper fastened,and have eiceilent accommodations for passengers. The price of cnbin passage will be $1011, exclusive o' wines and liquors. Goods addressed to BOYD ft WINCKKN, the a gents, will be forwarded free o f other iharges [tan these actually paid. For freight or paipage apply to O. BROOM k CO.. or to oOr BOYD k HINCKEN. Agents NEW JERSE* tt A1.LU.L>ALI A Mr IRAN*. POR.TATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. From tne loot of Cenrtlandt street, New York. (Every day?Sunday .ugtepled.) Lease* New York Leaves Newark At ? A. M. At t P. M. At 7.X A. M. At l>i P. M. ll's do. 4 do. S do. 3ii du. <X do 1 do. C do. 7 do. II 10 do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Ceartlandt street. Leave New York, Leave Newark. At 1 A.M. and 4!a P. M. At 114 P. M. ami 10 P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN, Leave New York. Leave Elisabeth Town. 9 AM. T A.M. t P.M. OK A.M. aw " A. M. ox r. M. i* M. I P.M. ?? The trains for Wesificid, Plaioficld. Boandhrook, Somerrille. fce? connect with the 9 A M, 2 and 4X F M trains from New York, daily, Sundays escepted. Fare between New York and Ehrabetli Towu Si cents. Fare between do and Scinerv- He, 7i cents. NlfW YORK. RAHwAY AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Karr reduced. Yroni the f?.o! of Conrtlandt street, daily. Lcaie New York. Ijearr N?w At 9 A. M. At >? A. M. $ P-?M- !& : f P. M. On Monday* 'he 5>? and 7X A.M. trip* (torn New Brunswick and 23a P. M. train from New York, are .mulled. Fare between New Yo-k and New Brunswick, 71 cent*. Railway, 10 cent* The l'ai* in the 1m> and /H A. M. trainfroin New Brunswick. and 3Sk and 4* P. M. train from New York, ha* been re daced. New York and New Brnuawi ck, to M eeuti " and Rahway ta VX " Passengers who procure their tick) u at the titket office, re eeite a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the con doctor only on the day when purchase d. fit in.* nk w~yT?U1P ALBW V "TKTMANSJStr KAL KXPKI'.SS. Meaara. Haruden It Co. having diiposed of their route Irom New York to Albany and Troy, the subscribcra. the old couductora of Haraden A Co'* Northern fclnresi, from New York, will continue to run oj heretofore, leaving New York, Albany and Trey, Daily, and Connect at Troy with Jacob*' Montreal Ki press, and will forward Specie, Bank Note*, Packages, Bundlct.Cases of Goods Ac-, to any place between N*w York and Montreal, and throngbont tile Can rda'a. Also Kast, from Troy and Albany to Boston, and West from Albany to Buffalo, All basinets entrusted to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particular attention will be paid to the collection of notes, drafts, acceptance*, lie., and prompt relnrna made for the lame, PVLLKN A CCPP Office*? Pollen A t 'oiip. 3 Will street, New York Tlio*. (lough, 11 b'.ichaugc, Aluony. A (J. Yilkras, 228 River street, Troy. 8. Jacob's Joxci.rmgrCciurani ?t, Montreal Naw Yoag. ,, ALha.av. Taoy. Prime, Ward k King, *- J. Humphrey, Jao. Payno, Jacob Little, A Co., Thoe. (lough. P. Weils, John T. Smith, A Co., 8 K. Stow, Pepoon A Hoffman, C. S. Dong la**. Carpenter A Vermflye, f. Leake Houghton A Co. Drew. Robinson A Co. n34 MORRIS AND KSSEX RAIL ROAD, New Arrangement?Thiatt< ad having been re-laid at great expense with the most approved and heaviest H rail, to iccare i safe and expiditiooa eogveyauce between New York and Morriatown, will commence ranning two tripe daily, Sundays excepted, on and after Monday, Jon, !-8. Firit Train from Motrietowu will leave at7>? A M. Second Train from Morriatown will leave at ljg P M. Yiret Train from New York will leave at 9 A M?Newark at IkAM. Second Train from New York will leave at 3\ P M?Newark at J)n P M. Pa*?engere by the Morning Traill f rom Morriatown will arrive at Newark in time for we 9 A M Train to Ntw York, or the morning Tram to Philaitolphia; bv the Afternoon Train they will arrive at Newark in time for the 3X P M Tram to New York or the Kvening Train to Philadelp- la. Passengers by the Morning Tiai horn New York will airive at Morriatown in time to dine and take any of the Stage* running wcetot north from t'aat pi ace. j26 lm*ee WINTKK AKKA SMKMKN'I. NtW MIRK -i) ! I"L VtK^^S^vTT^^A^TlNt', Vie Newark, New Brunawick, Princeton, Trenton, Borden town and IJiuimgtou. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New Yoik,from the loot of Cou rlaudt *tre*t,dnily. at I A M nod <\ I' M 1 he iiioniina Line proceed! to Bordeucown, Irom tktme by teamtKiat to Philadelphia. The Kvenimr Line proceeds direct t? Camden, (oppoiitc Pliilailelphia) without change of cars. Faaienger* will procure their tickets at the office foot of Conrtlaudt dtreet, where a enmmodiona eteainboai will be in rend'oesaa, with baggage era tea on hoard. Philadelphia baggage crates are roufeyed from city to city, vithont being opened by the way. Knch train ta provided with a Ladies Car, in whirh are apartment* and drriting room* expressly for the Ladie* use. Returning, the line* leave Philadelphia from the foot of Cheetnnt (treet by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.end i o'clock, P M. The Lmee for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 9 A M, beiug a continuation of the line* from New York. AM Irn'r _ STATEN ISLAND FERRY. S*&A . ?ru:..a .T*L Id, the aleamcrBTAl rill run m follow*. until foriher notice LhAVK STATIN ISLAND. SKW Y(IP*IKA.M, ?A.M. It II J P.M. W f. M, dl r _ 1 NlfiW YOKK AND BOSTON KAIL ROAD MNfc. Vi* Norwich iud Worchtkr ILilumm. Compoeed of (he loHowing nuperior tlemnrrt rnnning in connection with the Norwich It Worreetei and Wo'coeter h Bo# ton Rail Road#? WOKCKHTlCH. Capt. J. H. underbill NJ<.W H AVh.N, Capt. J. K. Dusun. CLkOPATKA, t'apt On and alter Monday,*t,tkie line will be run tri-wrek ly, leaner New York, rueadaya, Tim and Saturdayi only, at 4 r. M. Prom Foca Slip, ft#|t Hiicr. Tht now wid Rolrnaid iwiwbwt NEW HAVE*!, r?ptiu? J. IC DoaUm, will Wave every I uouUy, ThumtWy ao<I Batar dav afternoon, nt 4 oVIock. raa%f NK?'ri lor Dowton will bo fnrwardod itfttootftaroly on the arrival of tin abort: boat* at Norwwh, nd will without change of car* or bns:. af?. ^ ^ a m 0 rvr innnriiHiuni'intu:, cuuuirv m u?n wm<? hi D. B. AifLRN, 39 r?eft ilip, np <??(, I All Mrnotw ?r# forbid tnitinc any am* "? neroiiot of the I abort boau orownort. i?i I (;?MI rt. 4, I'd ? -? ?<tl m BatM W TO w YORK, ' EDNESDAV NKW LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. I * > ajHrom New York 0:1 the ittth aud Liven*"'' ou ff.e lJtV. Ml M. i& mat tBMBBb1 P I RM NRVI \ **, Hluj? UARRH'K, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25th February. Shin RO8CIU8, Captain John Col'ins, 23th March. Ship 8IUDONS. Curtain E. B Cobb, 23th April. Ship SHKBIIHN. Captain K. A. Depeysier, 25th May. From Livrrpovl. hhip SIDDONK, Captain K. B. Cobb, 13th February. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A liepeyster, 13th March. Ship OARRICK, Captain Win. nkiduv, I3ih April Snip KOSCIUS, CapUiu John Collins, 13I.S May Theses hipi are a! hit rtn (list clan, upwards of IfiM'.sns, on ill utile city of New York, witli sacn improvements a scoinbtue comfort for p.useugtrs. Every car* fins been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hvnee i. Jlttn, for which ample stores will be provided. Theae ships are cpinmimh <1 by csperienced maaiera, who will make every evertiau ro g:v e general atisfnction Neither the captains or owners of t> ail. -.will bo responsible for ai y letters, parcels or puckag^ itea tby them, unless regular b: lis of lading art signed therefor, fo'trvight or pa.HMee, .lppiv to if.. K. COLLINS Si CO., :it> South it., ISew York, cr CO WM ft IAS. BROWN Et CO., Liverpool. Letters by the pickets oil' be el arged I2K cents per single < US": 30 cents per oil'ice, mil new?i pvrs I cent each 13 r /HE NEW LINK Of LIVERPOOL PACKET*. rffb- Mt T^aillrom New ivrkiOth, arid fromLtverpool i'h of each mohtli. Ship KOt'HESTER, 8M ton., 5 .... r-.t,,,. Philip Wootthonae, J 16,11 Feb ry' Ship HOTTINOUEK, 1(15(1 tons, S Ira Burse I v. { l?th -Uareh. I New ship LIVERPOOL, 1130 tons, J .... s_.:i John Eldrisge, J 16,h Ap,jl' New ship . 1200 tons, j 1<th May. These substantial, fast sailing, first clars shies,ill built in the city of New York, are c nunandsd by oeu of experience end ability, one will be despatched i m.dually on the IStii of each m nth. Their cabins t'e elgaut and commodious, au4 are furnished v ith whatever can condnce to the ease and coinfiutof passengers. Neither t e captaias or owners of these ships will be responsible foi any arct Is or packages sent by them, uu'ess reguiai bills lading are signed therefore. For Ireight or passage apply to WOODHULL b MINTURNS, 81 South Street. New York, or'to FIELDEN, BROTHERS Ik CO , f 7^y r Liverpool. OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. 'pHK ^^^^TnI. of* Livcrpooj^nU^^eafier he k despatched iu the following order, excepting that when the I vy ofsailins falls on Suuday, the shins will sail on the succeedM day. For New York For Liverpool. Che SOUTH AMERICA, I June 1 July 19 Alstons. {Oct 1 Nov !9 D.U.Bailey, r Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, f June 19 Aug 7 75# tons, < Oct 19 Dec 7 n r. W-.ii. i f-R i? *? n i The OXFORD,"" Lj?lT l" Aug" IB 800 tous, < Nor 1 Dee 19 J. Huhboue, ( March l* April 19 The EUROPE, IJnly 19 H?,?i 7 CIO loin, < Not 19 Jan 7 E. G. Marshallf Mar 19 May 7 The NORTH AMERICA, ;Ao* 1 Sept 19 818 tons. < Dec I Jan 19 A. B. Lowlier, f April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, C An* i* Oct 7 900 torn, a Dec, 17 Yob 7 T. B. Cropper, f April 19 June 7 rhe CAMBRIDGE, C Sep. i Oct 17 960 tons, < Jan 1 Feb 17 W. C B.vitow.f May 1 June 19 The COLUMBUS, < Sept !? Not 9 700 tons, {Jan 19 Mar 8 O. A. Cole. (May 19 Jn|y 7 Punctuality, as regards the day of saitinc, will be observed n? Heretofore. The price of mm*** out ward is now fixed r.t One Hundred Dollars, for which ample stores of ever* description Will be provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, which will be famished by the stewards. GOODHUE A CO., 61 South St., C. H. MARsH.ALL.JS Burliiiv-slip, N. Y. je2i lyii BAKING ??i)TIIKH9 k CO.. lVioI. FOR NEV KLEANh. LOUISIANA AND NEW RK LINE OK PACKETS ! '11'(j^MMMSdl to I despatch a ship from this oort on the 1st, 5th, 10th, 10th. 2tlth, ntid 15th ol each mouth, com rticinu the 10th October ami continn- i in* until May, when regular d^ys will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will he ) reTeuted dnrin* the summer months The following ship* wit' commence this arrangement : Nup V A ZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackr.on. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain liilTiard. Ship I.OUIBVILLfe. Captain Hunt. Ship BHAK8PEAKE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVlijLE. Captain Mnmford. Ship OCMULGEE Captain Lvavitt. Ship NASHVILLE. Captain Dicltiuxcr. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mnlford. These ihips were all built m^nir^cit; of New Y^ork, nxpicaa Jn\y nopjiered and pot iti Milcudid order-with accommodations lor iraasengert unequalled for cointbrt. They are commanded by experienced masters, who wil' make every exerti*n to give general satisfaction. They will at all timet he towed up and down the Mississippi by, steam boat*. Neither the owusrp or captains of these ship* will he responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silter or plated ware, or for any letters, parcel or pickage, scut by a rpnt on board ol H-tn, unless regular bills af lading are taken for the sune ,tt!J the value theieott expressed. Vor freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS Ik CO., be Sown st., or IIULLIN Ik WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to tKeir address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, ami great care will he taken to havt the goods correctly measured. m4 TaPSCOTT'N general passage office, 48 PECK SLIP, NEW YOUK. m. M The subscribers beg to call "the auention of their friends and the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringing out passenger* Irotn, and remitting inoucy to, any pV of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in tne magnificent packet ships, comprising the " NEW LINE fiF LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.*Ship HOSClUS, Capt. Collins. Ship 31DDONS,Captain Cohb. Ship HH e,KID AN', Captain Depayster. ShipOAHRI* K < aptaiu Skidiy. New ahii. HOTTIMIUER. Captaiu Bnrsley. Ship SOUTHERNH.H, Captain Woodhouse. Ship ROCHESTER. Captaiu Palmer New ship LIVERPOOL,Captain Kldrrdgc. Sailing twice every month; ind with the" UNITED LINE," composed of superior first class Ameneati ships, sailing every tsu days, will make five ships ibeach month throughout the jrear, (or one every six days) thereby preventing the possi Gility of unnecessary detention. Passage* direct from London, Bristol and Oreenock to New York. Also from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Save" uah, Charleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the vario s pens id uruir.n ivorui America, can at ail timet ne engaged on liberal terma. Persona wishing to tend for I heir friemla, will not fail to tee the advantages to be derived from selecting tliia line in preference to any other, and they may rest aaanrril thai unusual care will be taken to make .lie passage agreeable, the ahipa being fitted up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all e sc* whr itbe parties scut lor decline coining, the money will he re mded without any deduction, as nana I. A free passage from the taiaoas seaport* of Ireland and Scotland, eah alto he secured. The regular packets for which the subscribers are agent*, sail as follows, vit :--To and from London on the 1st, 10th, and 20th of escli month. To and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7111. 13th, 19th, and t5th of each month New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, aa i Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Tenons in the country wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the tnm they wish sent, with the name and address of the parties te receive it, m.v rely on a draft for the amount being forwarded per tir*t packet, after the receipt tnereof, and an acknowledgement for the aa.-ne returned per mliL Drafts at sight, for any amonut, are payable on demand, without discount or any O'.ht r charge, at the National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and branches. Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock, snd their ^branches, Messrs. James Bolt, Son kCo., Bankets, Louden,, Esctwiige and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and in every principal town of Great Britain end Ireland. Farther pvrticalars made known on application, if by letter, post paid, to dbvt W.fcJ. T. TAfSCOTT. 47 Peck Slip, N. York. PAJ^^FRO.m ORFAAIN AAd BY THE BLACK BALL OH OLD LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7lh and l'Jth of every month.] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends can make the accessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have th?m come out in this sma-rior MM of Packets, sailing from L ivertMoi unctaaJly on the 7th and 19th of every month. Tl e v will also have a first rale i lass of American trading ships, snilinjt every sis days, thereby affording weekly ronimitiuealion from that t ort. One of the firm (Mr. James D. Roche 1 is there, te see that they shall be forwarded with rare and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduc tinn. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool rackets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, viz :? The OXFORD. The NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE. COLUMBUS, EUROPE, SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. With snch superior and nneijuslled anengf meats, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which Fas been extended to them so msuy years, I.o which they ate giatcfnl. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, call atall times obtain Drafts at sight for sny amount, drswu direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOTT, GROTE, AMES k CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Walen. Arnlr. or add/eat. (if be letter, oosi naid.l ROCHE. BROTHERS * TO. Si fnltoo ilrert, Nm York, Uegt dour to the Kulion Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Livrrprwl Parker* tail from rhit port fur Liverpool on the lit and lllli ol' each month. Partir> returning to toe old country will Hod it to th ir comfort and id*tillage uiselect thu favorite Line for their conveyance, it prefcreure to ituy other. din r iji- tii.i- K.aTAiu.Hifk'T5 EmTTTTT/vS i pa-" Idijpjy SAUK OKKk B,?l South itrret, Now York?Krualai

Line uf PaekrU?The Continue. to . nt tiervona from any pa*f of Ureal Britiin and Ireland who may re engaged hy their Iriondi hero, hy the regular line vl picket ihipe, tailing every <i* dayi 'rom Per* tone Sending lor their I'rien ta, may rely that ruat rare will br t*hec 10 hatr them detpet.Jv il' drlay in L.rcrnonl.and w I' vlwayi endeavor to m> rit e rmtitnu ice of rhr pnolic iwtrotiage which hnt lit en to liberally hretowe^ for many yenra iwil; and thorn remitting money tan have drain payahle at all the Bank* and briuihrt throughout the United Kingdom, Kor further pertnitltri.ap, IvJ if bvletter. noit paid] to jtr JOHSt lia.RnvTAV. at B.urih tt. \l A H II BOX HI> A HOB.?tWfl penude, juit irreited an iY1 foramle by I'BHHrvk". It BKOOK8, >* ? SI Liberie it. IRK ( r MORNING, MARCH 8, AMKRICAN AND FDHF.IUN newspaper and PERIODICAL ? GENC Y, No. 4 AitU lUMt, N. Y. The stibsenorr lu* iiiK completed hit .rrsuKeiaeuls, ? eaabled {ofiirnisii to ijnl r. t>i Kite .it ur iu<livnin i s, any paper printed in the or Kiiul-nid II ns'ra'rd Loudon Nrwi, Punch Bell's Li'e; Weekly I)It Sunday Tints; Aanr st Willmer U, Smith's European Time*. 'Ihi. Wilmer's American Nsws Letter And a variety nl other* ere received by ?*pre**on the arrival of each steamer. Any pip-rnr vrjib damn! miy be had by the neat return aft* >m< r. The Bn?H'n Motion, S3 p?i year, cent* sinyl* Also, all tb? publication* of the day. _ _ E. B. TUTTLE .N.B?The subscriber* w ,1 pick Bundles aud parcels f*>r newsmen of all the publication* and newspapers of Philadelpina, Beaton, and New Vorlt, at publishers'prices, for a small charge forsrrviecs n inlrred. Any oilier Aai ncy business will be attended to)?*ith the same promptness an if the pet son here himse-f REFERENCES. Messrs. Greeley & McKlrstli, New York Tnbuna Messrs. WilnouSc Co., Brother JonathanMessrs. Burgess 8tZeib-r, Philadelphia George Hob-rts, fosij , Boston Times M.ssis Bradlev ft Co. Borton M ill A.lain* St Co. Bos on Mr (ieoic - Jones, Albany Mr CI arles Wilm?r, Liverpool. ( S. W , i'.? i II iva .a. J. A TUTTLE. sjr..,.i m E. a TUTTLE. NULIBil JCitCUL, i' * VAN A ISLAND OF CUBA I . M.-.S !?lt v M.VA'I'I'.I!! AND. ",'HiNCIPAL. IV >18 ?. iilrmy w-?i e*ubli*hed two year* a?o. -indei the pe* ctw, - ?> hi ;ne firmer Imendoni General of in: i aland, and nH-t :iii!in: iiu'mii individual* of the uobility md merchant* of li i? citv hi conducted ou the plan of the German ''rvmnaii.'.;" mi l tne mrtaoe oi tuittnii 1.1 lira "interrogative." All the ic'viluu in demand the Kuylish laqinige, ana many of thetn (peak ii rually au-J riueatly The P.incipa! Vi* ill* nntneuci of school* in Franco, Germany. Ernhnt, md the United State*. Hi* etiiei oiun i* to rive the voatlt -utraated to hi* rare a practica' knowledge of V.\i W.nnihe* of' polite education, which are required in all -.. ti-.v careen^ ind in applies'.)!; to any. c.iur*c of ttoilv, the-cfore, cmtprihendi the l?niili*h, r .. i< . <>?rman -ud Sp.mUh Uuifiiane*; History ,Geot{r? .ihie?. Vatnrnl Philosophy, the practical part o< Mathematics, and Diawiafiof various kinds- ? l'n>: .isor* of div-n nation* andacquirement* reside w the.e*otblivrnonr, and tit the classes receive, m rotation, instruction from lilt: director. Much ritual success oat attended lhi> plan of taiiion, that *? rer-.l , f the pupil*, under tv. elvc yearn ol -iqes, write and apeak two f i-e:ifti nn pna-*. in a perfectly intelligible manner, end .hose of riper ye tn, correctly uuti easily. rite acquisition, uotoiilvof 'he Spanish, bnt al*o of othei laDguiuos, it thut placed within the reach of the yooth of the Li.ited States, without ttt baton ueceaaary for them to relinquish the many adsantasea which accrue from auhhutluh education The object of lite Principal in Jniriuu to receive youth, from tiie United Slates, i* to facilitate the acquirement of tli' (CnjtiL*h rcceut loi In* Spanish pupil*, which service would lio doubly repaid them by by the latter, and to introduce be e tlir manly *piritofthc Huyiisri schools. The,- li* of the llniW State* can have nothing to fear I root the climate. the hou-.e beiug ipactou* and aiiy, situated i* a healthful pot, at a thort distance from rite -ity; and containing within it* limit*, a fine btth and complete gymnasium for the ureaervutinn of the pupils' itealth. Two youths, lately arrived from Germany,hire passed the *umme< iu the sc.iool in purlecl health. A? the priacipitl i* a married man, and hi* wife aud sister have hi" qe qf the junior department; childrsn are received a am r. very pnpf! euioys In* leiinous opinions undisturbed. 1 uc terms are StOO per -.uutim, ptyable three month* There are no extras ?*cept clothes and book*. RcietMieet?MESSRS. CHAR. DUAKJE A BROTHERh ALEXANDKlt MORALES, ESQ.. all Havana. L1R. MORRISON. V UV. l H UiVER DISPENSARY. 2? Of Fultoni<r?elnear Oreenwicn.?Dr, Morrison, Member or the Royal f'ollrgr .if Surgeons, Louden, and formerly Surgeon in the Itricish Nil <rr, coutiuuei to be consulted daily on all disease' ot a delicate nture, ood nil tho*j distressing symptoms consequent on iujoJiciou* treatment, and the imprudent uae ( fquaclt medicines I),-. M. ha* tptd an esrwrieoc. of twenty t wo yems in treating delicate disease* in all their various a arte .implicated forms, And use* a mild, safe nud infallible tubstitnts tor mercury, eradicnt r.? the "eriercal V'rn* with certainty, w ithout subjecting the patient to any risk or rescr-ctiiig him in I isusual diet* or ptir nhs tvhiie hi* medicine* are agrernble mlaili and smell. Per<o on-ntobatructiou* iu the urethra. *uch a* strictnre* and enlargement of the i-roitare gland, accompanied with mnch ir/i.e-.ion and dull pain about these part*, are some of the consejuences cl mnl-treatment. Dr. Hi treat*strictures ill a scientific manner promoting absorption of the thickened eitcalsr emb'aP' witnoiit any pain. CONSTITUTIONAL DEBILITYThon*imd*of yoaui men aie tiiftcrini: lrom tile conacgieiife* of indulgence il* a secret deuracttee habit,and whose urrvfs are farther injured from the use of nrst'ams hi d pretended specifics, which stimulate d't to induce greater.lepression. Or. M. treats such case* no surely pathcloifici i prineiplet, mid nevor fail* in establishing* cure?th.e strictesi I,cor -ludcoulideuce are observed. Letters post iwi.l.and containing a suitable fee, wilt ensure the correspondent lull advice, and medicine to any part of the Onion, bv his siring history of hi* ** iu detail. 204X Ku'rrsat r- - *. -nvrieti. m* loc*. KELLY'S DOUBLE EXTRACT OF RARSAPAttlLLA 1 ANDY.?One pnnnd o'" this candy contains the active principle of two pounds of the Sarsaparilla root, and is warranted to be the best remedy ill ca?ea ol Rliiiimnuni, and in nil diae-ar? arising from nervou*excitability, or froin morbid III! mora ill I lie blood In cam * ol coitireness, and Hi those peculiar affect'ona of the alimtuury c mal arising from dryness and want of a hie secretion i: ir without a rival. I'll proprietor has himself experienced ill brnrfieial effects, and tliciefore ?;*sak#'roiii < sp.Jlouce. _ In all der.tiiKeineiiia of ihe accretions It will be found of in Cni'lll llllr- mill WlltTf llll- CIU?-.I'"I"'II 'Ian Slllicrcu Iron the me of mercury, or I'roin other Causes of dehility, this Double K\ r icl of Hars.ip vrdla wi'l briny jov nod gladuess. In scrofula, scurvy, .toil .<11 oilier glkuJulsr .lif e lows; io coughs and colds; in disease* of the skin, us sail rheum, erysipelas, and the like, the be Ur I'll will hire to be experienced lo be appreciated Sold in psi kageaof lour ounces, for 2) cents. Let those who are using S trsapnrill* nice n at rial in this form. To h'had si J. W. KKL.LY'8 llothain Coufee'i"uary, 2#7 Broadway. n<2 Iw?ec lAYNK'S y.X I'K.CITOKA N T?This Medicine has > I ready " proved lUelt lo he all 'hat it has been rccomH>euded,i) y those who have given it a lair t-st in this ennutry. and the demand for it increases daily. We have ustlieard ol an minor* taut tore of Asthma, which has been effected by the use of it. inane |UoHm tOWll "the case wast.atof a female wlio li id lor a loci; time hem under the care of a physician, bnt had receiied no relief, and her c ise was considered hopeless. At a list resoitshe purvh.usd a b dtle of Dr. J n ue's Kspectnrsut, which raused her to vijitcti rate freely, gradual ly ci used to coiikh, and is rapidly restoring h-.r to health. We hare no hesitation tu sayiuk that this piepsration of Dr. Jayne tor the cure of cr Utrhs, colds, iiiflitetizi, asthma, consumptions, kc , is the most valuable medicine eyer offered to the American pub lie There is no Qnacacry aboot it?Dr Jayne is one of the most skitlul practising physicians in Pennsylvania; and wher ever his rarinu* prepar-tions hare bcrn thorough ly test ed.he s looked upon as a great public bcacfactor.?Somenct, Me.. Jstrnal. rrpared only by Dr. JA1 Nt, No. 30J Broadway, New [ Y?rh. Ojf im* >n nKAKNESSf UHED?SCARP \'S ACOUSTIC OIL? For the cur-of Deafness, Taini mid the discharges of mliter from the Ears. Also, all those disagreeable noise* like thehnsziiig >1 insects. fa liug of water, whining of (team, Ik'' Ik' . which tie at mptoms of approaching deafness, and alto generally attendant witfi th? disease. Many i*'mni who hare been (leaf for ten, fifteen, and twenty yean, and were obliged to nie car trumpet*, has", alter using one or two bottle*, thrown aside their trnmpels, being made perfectly well, rhysinans and su?<e?ns lughiy recommend it* use. Read the following eilimri ii from ihe Times Dkakvkss Cu?r.d -Wo hare heard a great many speak of the virtues of Beirut's Acoustic Oilas s remedy for Deafness, and we ti assured that it it uutnrpatted by snything known for the purpose. One or two instances of iu curaiire effects have neen iiointed out to us, and they are really astonishing. ? Visited oy Dr. B. Bell, and sold on agency, 305 Broadway, New York Price <8 per bottle fll Im MEDK'ATKU V a IM >K BA 1'HS, a) Conrtlandt street, established IB?6?ScaiLt terer, colds, intlammatory and chronic rheumatism, <tc cured in a few days hy the use of J. P. Carroll'* Medicated Vspor B ins. Open from f? o'clock in the morning till nine o'clock at night. Sulphur Bath* nquir; one hour's previous notice. Portable bnh? sent to any part of the city or Brooklyn. Bathing tubs and hip bath* tins hire. m4 Iwr JOHN M. DAV1ES Jc JONES, inr. WILLIAM STREET, CORNER OF JOHN, LJAVE just received from recent imp jrtatinns, and of their Tl own mauuiacture, a very superior assortment of Spnug Goods, consisting ol crcry thing neat tasty and fashionable in the gentl-inrii's furnishing line, which audrd to their former stock, comprises ail assortment of goods rarely if ever before found in one store, among which are:? CAPS?In every va-iety, for gent'emen, youth nnd childr-n. CRAVATS?Of plain and figured aatin, gro grains, cam brick*, Sic BCAH K8?Of vrstine ra'in, broche. (JLoVa.S?Oi kid, silk, brown and chene linen, lisle, spun silk, flu;, HOSIERY?Of coiton, merino, wool si un silk, lie, UMJk.K (I \ IIM EN I'S?Of shaker knit merino, woolen, silk, cotton, tie, LIN E N COLLARS-Plain mil 3yron, of all qualities and shapes. SHlH I'm?Of linen, muslin. French cambric, plain and with rufll-s.&c. SIJSI'EN D Ell 8?Of gum elastic. sQk, cotton, Itc. OIL.KU SILKS?Of while and faucay colors, warranted not f? adhere in *ny climate The above c..inpii?e. only part of their assortment, and purchasers will consult their own iutrre. i by eiaiaiuiui this splendid as.oTtment i firnod> before piii.hasing. Willllib'ALIl, AMI RETAIL, at their old established Oap, Stock, Linen anil Oiled Silk M itiu'nctorv. No. tor. W11.L1AM STREET, CORNER OF JOHN m3 3in m DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. THK Pirtnership hrrotafor* eiittvna between JOHN GAL LIKH lud MURPHY, hi the bnsint'si of lois* I posit.on Ornament Mnnul cmrers in the i.ily of New Fork, w.iv dissolved ou the 21st day of January, I8t3, by the mu'nal consent of both parties. Tne business will lie continued at th obi stsud, No. M2 Bronlwav, by John Oilie r, who ia ch-rxed wilh the collection ol all debts due to ihe said late Hi m, and the liquid it ion of their iiah.lities, and tb, said John Outlier is also mpowered to use tne n.une o( the said lirui for the purpose nfursaid. All i>eis<<ns indebted thereto will plcsse i av the some y.ithout delay, ind those having claims urainst the firm will please to render thcr accounts as above JOHN UALLIER, JAM EH MURPHY. TO ARCHITKOTS. BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. JOHN OALLIKR, (.'.imposition Ornaineut Mauufactme ind House i.'arver, No. 'i92 Broadway, N'W York, 0|>p..s.f? Lafay rttc Hill, has on at hit establishment as above specimens of Architectural ornaments of every variety, mulched from the West examples, consisting iii oart ol capitals lor Qolumns, consoles, tiussea enriched irvuldiaxs, ros. rtes i .items Sic Sso (kc., which he Is ursiwmd to furnish prompt I , ity will, tin-Hliif-i _____ "" * rjl Im' rHK WIIOl'-B VVOKul) tlii.nltl know Ur Jiymb Ki ll . r nl t? .1 ! rl nit t ur.. t .f ?ili i n, Ih t fur uniitlu. co'il'i comewiiti -n, whoo|.in? cough, rrni.p, troni hifin.i'iTii' - oilier ili.rd-- of ilitt luiic* i r turner ii in fiire tn nr.' u.rv iht molt ilccute-l Ik Of fit. It i> i- comuit ml- il by itn u in mil ?Tno hue trir/J it, nutl nil my iliui it i> I lie b--?l remedy, withotnanv nri-i-'i ?n, f"t all iiulmontry dincimii t'et ln?r rti rbn nnlilWli, lor H *lw*y? JI?-.? n-lirl, ? d fltffi wliei ( Ti'ry othor irn ..m have failed. P -1' inl iily b? lit. l-yir, JO h Tlii-U ?t, Phtlnileli him ami N? 05 Bn nlmny, N-w York. Prim SI ;'er bottle, jrii Im? p.) nth. L.OVKU8 o? Bl'PKKIOK BLAl K TK.A? 1 llow'lui'n Mulkrr ? I l.u mfj? inely Miciillt end tin) nrkl l.-lf.l IV ,, in highly ci Ubratci! in Clmi.i and K?ro|ie, jmt in portt'l, n m>w fni mle ?t the ( intnn TeaCnmpetiy' tt.neral I'm Keubliihnieat, Itl < hntlminit New Yr- t?in I I..near peehMf*. Price J" ccati imd tl. D> li?*i i 1 I ' IERA 1843. Trial of ( ommnnrtcr ItfcKnmlc. Twenty-Ninth Day-March 7 Thi Court m.-t punn int to adjournment. The minuta* bring rrail, Pur*?r Hkibkpll wu recalled, and cross examined a' great length and with much particularity by the Judge Advocate. We give such ol hi, replies, a? appear most important I cannot tell it the minutes taken before the Council o'' Officers were rend over to the council before I showed tho minutes to the Commander ; I cannot say if the first Lieutenant told the council that the Commander was anxious to get their reply j | took the minutes to the Commander about 10 o'clock on the 1st of D-cember ; I had not written out my opinion ; 1 do not think we had concluded to hang them on the night previous ; the papers now shown me are the original minutes; they are made with pencilJudge Advocate?In so grave a matter, xvhy were they made with a pencil T Witwkss ? 1 can give no reason, except that we had no lawyers there. Judge Advocate- Put that answer down?(to witness) It is a great pity, air, there had not been one there. Cross Examination resumed.?There were alterations made in the minutes?Warner's was altered, hut no alterations made except in presence of the witness-1 am not positive if any portion of the testimony was altered after the execution?it may have been ?The minutes will not tell that,nor who were examined on the day of the execution. The minutes wereon loose sheets, and afterwards stitche-'. together. I concluded that the three pri oners deserved death on tho day they were executud ; I concluded so because I believed them guilty ; I presume that on the 3f)th the officers freely spoke their minds of the guilt ot the a men, and of the necessity of putting them out ot the way. This conversation was unreserved, and made in the presence ot the witnesses. No proposition was ever made to apprize the three men of thmr situation or of tho charges against them, or to offer them assistance, or to see that nothing but truth was testified to against them. Before his arrest Mr Spencer had visited the ward room and dined there once. The other steerage officers may have dined there oltenef. .Mr. Spencer made Mr. Gansevoort a present of a pipe made of a whale's too'.h? s ? ? ? * 1 was not in a situation to seo if Mr. Spencer's messmates took leuve of him on the day ot his execution. I do not know if any order* to prepare for the execution had been made previous to my showing the minutes ot the testimony to the Commander. The witnesses were asked if the vessel would be safer if the prisoners were made away with, meaning by that, put to death. Something was said in the ward room about its being a disgrace to the Navy to take the prisoners to a foreign port. It was not hum wihi n nioiigm [u me uniteu oi?k? iucj wuum escape punishment. [Here the witness went over the particulars of the arrest of Spencer, and was subjected to a v? y cl"8c cross examination,lor the pur|H>se of eliciting Mr. Spencer's reply to the hut question put to Spencer whej he was placed tinder arrest, hut the witness could not recall tLe words to Ins memory which passed ] I did not hear Spencer say that the conversation with Wales was the first time he had ever thought on the subject of a mutiny, or that it was a thoughtless act ; did not hear the commander say that Spencer was half eruzy or childish. I never heard Small charged to his face with having carried away the mast. * * * I do not know if Spencer applied for permission to write to his friends, or if it was refused or not. 1 saw him telling the commander something, which the latter wrote down, hut as I suppo'ed it to be private 1 did not wait near enough to hear it. I have never heard the commander speak of that conversation, or allude to it. They wereso emraged for 15 or 20 minutes. Q?Do you, when the Indies of Mr Spencer and the other two men swung at the yardarta, recollect heating Commander McKenzie say, thie?while pointing to the liod) ol Spencer?"Now Commodore Perry did not take the responsibility of removing that young man from the brig, but I hate OF llANOiriC him " A?I do not recollect hearing it. Q ?Well, sir, did you hear him say it on the Sunday after the execution? A?I've no recollection of it, sir. In reply to other questions, the witness stated that lie bought the dirk so olten spoken of, and made a present of it to McKinley, who was his cot boy. He considered it a present In a good and serviceable boy. At a subsequent part of his examination he said, that the minutes ot testimony taken before the couilbil, had been copied several times, and Wales had rtcopied his own statement after the execution. The witness was then examined at great length with respect to Mr Spencer's account, and the tobacco 8c . he had drawn from the brig's stores, which is all omitted. By Capt Boltox.?I know that Wales and the Commander hail a misunderstanding ; it was of a delicate nature, and affected Wales' character before it was explain' ed; I do not know whure the explanation took place,but I think it was before the arrest. ' In answer to a question, tke witm sn saM that out of 166 apprentice*, he picked cut 70 to go the cruiie. | Capt. MoKcnzit. ??id, he was willing to ?ay that he had every opportunity tor (licking out the best of the apprentices on this station He made a selection, and sent hack those b' did not like. He picked thum mostly tor their physical ((ualitius. Here the Court rose and adjourned. Lllerar) Notices. Democratic Review, March.?We huve overlooked this able periodical for the present month. Our limited apace prevents us saying what we otherwise might, and what the work richly merits, but this we will say that it is pre-eminently the national periodical of the country, and the country may justly be proud of the, high order of literature which j its pages exhibit, ft might be called the Hindi, wood of America. The articles of the present num- i her are extremely interesting and valuable; those . particularly by Whittier, Mr. Ellett and Hawthorn; to those of more abstract tastes, there are the papers | of Brownson, O's'ullivan, and some others; while others who prefer the lighter style of reading, will find abundant pleasure in perusing the paper on " Handel and his Messiah." or the " Loose Leaves by a Literary Lounger, about Authors and Copyrights." The writer is Mr Saunders, who gave in the Review some time since an amusing paper about "Author Booksellers." The portrait of the number is Levi Woodbury, a good engraving of a good head. Ilowrrr's Rural Life of Germany?Carey and Hart have commenced the republication, in a cheap form, of this most interesting work. The Sketches 1 of Mr. llowitt present incomparably the best pic- ture of the scenery of Germany, and the manners , and every day life of all classes of its population, which has yet been given to the public. There is a freshness and vigor about Mr. Howitt'a style, with which it is impossible to avoid being captivated.? We are heartly glad to find that a work so enter- f tainingand po wet. calcufed to instruct and improve j the heart, is now put within the reach of all classes r P.A mimh.r i,, .?!,! .1 11 Tk. I typography and paper are unexceptionable. jj Thk Hook of Daniel clkabi.y Explained.?Bp I Henry Kalone.?Published at the Beacon office, !M ? 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Published by Carey and Hart. 1 Bennett? l I have hitherto been a gratified reader of your useful paper, and under that impression take the It p berty to a'ldress you on the important subject of the public morality in this our day, which I have the T vanity to believe is running very wide of the true in- a terest, no less than the spirit, of our valuable constitution. Tolerated friends of almost every de- Bl scrtptton, are now more frequentthan at any former period in my recollection, and it is not to be wondered at, wh n men who have plundered thousands, r and fully detected, are new walking our streets in c open daylight, apparently exulting in their superior art Of rascality, Hlia, I nm sorry m miu, micro (IV t the hand by those formerly of good standing. I here , is evident c ause of alarm the useful purpose of all law is lost sight of, more patlicularly when *1 permitted to argue in our Courts of law to show the community a nglitlul distinction between good unit evil deeds, and our daily pipers evince the dreadill con#e(|U?nce8 of such ruinous examples reaching n every direction through our Jttate. II a poor, lecilv man, with a needy family on his hands in w his day of general pecuniary depression^ should, * 'af her ih.ui see his offspring Mnrve, help himself to i IohI ot bread, he is hurried to the Toiiilnc, perha|? a or Some time, and his needy family deprived of heir slender.though only support, when on hi* way. r\ lass one wfio has stolen his Ihoiisauds, who strut- Js1 wiih e.xaltaiion in the meritorious deeds he has lone. I ' As I am not a Judge, all this may be law, bat I I ' Ifel confident it cannot comport wiih even handed I ^ |ustice, which I should suppose is the meritorious I A Inundation of all law I A* Old Ravourrionitrr. " M % LD. ' r* .* i Priot TW? Owtl. Mobile (Cnrieipuotleucrwl the Herald ] Mobii.r, February 18,1&1S. Currency Meeting? Statt of (Mng> Dkar 3ir? A meeting wan held on Saturday evening, 11th instant, called and attended by a majority nf the business men, in relation to the currency, now, as you will perceive, daily fluctuating. Ex-Gov Gale prefaced an eloquent appeal, by stating that many reside amongst uh. both foreign and others, that find it ?n object to misrepresent the honor and solvency of our State. We, the sovereign people of Alabama, are legally and morally bound to sustain the currency of our State. Anfl why should our paper be so depreciated 1 I attribute it, in part, to acme combination Allusions were made to exchange brokers, or rather sellers?the crowd whispered, "the shavers in Francis street." Judge Marlin and Mr. Sayre followed Governor Gale. All ol ihose gentlemen, alluding to a meeting held 6ih i iislaiit, lor the same object, as many suih posed, but conveyed a different impression throughout the country. Such was the impression made in the county ot Huglpter, that the sheriff could not obtain half-price for goods then to lie sold. These remark.- called out the broker's advocate. Mr. Redwood, who appeared a little r*cited, and atler n tew reinwrUy be null-il I'....r. C. - - - ? ^ -fvu vuu wnifcrnor 10 retract what he had said in relation to the currency, and the impression made throughout the country aa the rectuIt of that meeting. The Governor roae, much excited, Hn.I said, kit, "if I have said any thing derogatory to any individual, I retract with pleasure ; but, air, do I understand you to ray that I have not been told what 1 have asserted; retract* ing,cir, any thing ol that would be to acknowledge I was a rascal. No, sir; your original design did not intend to make thai impression, but auch haa been the fact aa stated." Mr. Burna appeared for the shaving shops, and said, " |ui down the jiaper? repudiate." This, you will perceive, ia the only object of these designing men?we are all aware that the paner muit be good; the assets are one million of undoubted debts, one million of Bpecie; her liabilities are five millions Redwood, in my opinion, unjustly misconstrued the Governor. " We have eara to hear, Aud cannot iaconatrue if we draw near." Cotton is coming down slowly Exchange,60 days' bills, 19 a 20; specie, 18 a 20; freights ia Liverpool, Is. 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