Newspaper of The New York Herald, 9 Nisan 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 9 Nisan 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX.?No. ??.?Wboio No. 3814. To tbo Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?publlshed Mtry day af tha year except New Year'* day and Fourth af July. Price 3 centa per copy?or f7 36 par annum?pottages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERAL^D?published every Saturday morning?price 6} cents per copy, or f3 13 per annum? |iuni|rB I'liu ctuu ui au*wuw ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald Is oyer THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing ast. It hao the largest circulation of any paper ?? this city, or the world, and is therefore, the best channel for business men in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all hinds, executed at the moat moderate prices, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Pbopbietob er the Herald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets { Ari HOUSES TO LET AT YORKVlLLt.-s large ! ( house* on (he comer of 84lh street and 3d avenue; either X^jLof them is calculated for a public house, grocery or pri- I vale residence. Ou the premises is a line stable, bowling alley, < and a fine garden, consisting of 8 olv with grape vines and fruit I trees thereon. For terras, inquire of I JOHN A. MORRILL. Esq., m8 twr No. 11 Chambers st. TO LET OR LEASE?The modern built three i ! ; story dwelling honse, No 32 City Hall Place, i- perfect XsJnLorder, wifh Conner cellar, imhog-nv doors, kr. Tot \ good tenant it ?i 1 b? let on reasonable terms. Possession may beh<d neJM<o Mey if reouired. Us location is convenient for the Pott Office ana the Park. I a2 l>v*rc CHARLES G. STOPPANI, MTO LET?The upiier part ol the atore No. 7 New street, a few doors from Wall street; the second story has two offices, aud it ia adapted for a merchant or law- i Ter. , Also, the three story honse 34 Walker at, between Broadway and Cl.urch st, an excellent situation for a genteel family, occumrd by Mr. Verpl'nck. The brick stoic comer of Pike and Oerry streets, occupi- , . Oy Messrs. Valentine It Co., as a iecd store, a desirable situation. Tne convenient two story house with attic roomi, basement and counter celler. No. 229 Nineteenth street, occupied by Mr. Weeks The two story brick house. No. 73 Gold street, one door from Spruce st, formerly owueo by Mr. Miles Hitchcock. The rents will be moderate. Anpiy to MR. DELAPLA1NE, 68 Wall street, m6 lm*r in cffioe No. 9, cor, of Water st. TO LET?The tire proot nnck store. No. 165 -ou.h ffiw st, with immediate no**-si ion if required, apn'v to WOODHULL k mIn fURN, iq 'tr 87 Honth street. aje TO l ET?The two story brick House and premises, tS? No. 14S Wooster street, finished in the most modern ^tfLstyle, with matble mantel-pieces and folding doors throughout. Apply to JOSEPH McMDKRAY, m23r 100 Pine siteet. TO LET?A Sail Loft >n store No. (1 South street, on reasonable terms. Apply to JOHN HERDMAN, m?lr On the premises. OFFICES TO LET?In store No. 69 South street, ffir Apply to JOSEPH McMUMRAY, XJJL HW Fine street. " fllec ~SjC O 'WANUS' HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN- Cot- I f!|t'|(? Hruie to Let, co. tainin* twelve rooms two | anXiH"n-s a vault, wood hou'e. and large garden all in good ordsr The house is in a beaut-ful and heilthy locst'oo. and commands an uninterrupted view ofthi Biy, Staten 1 land, New Yoik, jkq.. inc. A stage passes the end rf the st eet sever-1 times daily. Enquire of R. MARTIN k CO., s7 lw?ec. 86 John street, N Y, 2 FOIt SALE, EXCHANG'., OR LEAnF? The pleasant Country Seat, si'naird on hiah grout d, overXlULlookinr Nrwtown, four miles from Willivaisburgh.? St ge? piss the door ihree times diily, from Peck slip; contaiuing near 16 ac-es, part handsome wood, mansion house, two story, pi zzas front and rear four rooms on a fl lor, hall ihrough the rent e. pariors, folding doors, Kussia grates, painted walls, and finished in a handsuose and substantial manner, convenient kitchen, oven, dairy, nud ice house filled with ice from a fish pond on the piece; well and pn? p and brick cistern, spacious coach h use and barn. Grape arbor rear ol the house, fronting the road a hand.ome tence extending to the gardner's house. A map may be seen, aud terms liberal. Apply to 1. L. SCHIKFFELIN, st 2w*r 114 Can?l street. an.rioi i a ?sn L-.uuinUi ul k- UIITV T I V " rHiLAD'<l?-HTA"~ J/A THE fashiun'ble Hotel, Marshall House, capable of k;;l accommodating ISO persons, situate in Cheatnnt street, JsddL bet wen 6tn and 7th streets in Philadelphia,having beeu recentl- much improved and repined throughout, is to be let at a reduced r? nt, for a term of tears. Apply to SAMUEL, POWEL, 207 Chestnut street, or to JOSEPH B. TOWNSEND, m2S 2taw Im*r 309 Arch street. SFOR SALE?The Farm formerly occupied by widow Coe, situated iu Ramapo, Rockland county, containing 19 atres of excellent laud. meadow ani tillable, with agnod two story dwelling house, and mher out holies; alio, a ffeung apple orchard of grafted Iruit, alio fruit of differr ut kinds; an eg client well of never fading wat-r. It is situated within mrleaof the New Tmk and Erie railroad, 9 miles frnm Nyack, 8 from Havertfaw; alao wuhin 5? of a mile of a Presbyterian c urch, and lig miles from a Dutch Reformed church. It has hern occupied as a store for the last 20 years, and is still a nrat rate stand lot business. For terms arplv to EDWIN COE. No. 90 Bowery, or of Abraham Hogenkamp, Clarkitowu, Rockland county. a?u. r "" >v'AI>TS BOO I S h SHOES / THb O eateat Reduction in Pries ever known. 40^yOnlr think of Oentl-men's fin- dreis call stitched Bouts, ol the most fashionable shape, (2,77 to (3.00. Fashions O'e regg-d boots (130 to 12,00 a pair. Ladns faicy colored French and city made Gaiters for (1,33 to ((,30 a mil And all the fathions for IMS, for Gentlemen, L,*diei Mid Cbild.'?n,from thirty to forty per cent cheaper than aver, at 117 0"e?wichst, corner of Barclay. JAS. WlOOfNh. a3 Im'r GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE FURNISHING STORE. TJARSKlL* * AOATE. Old Established Manufacturers' I 0< Kr ady-made L'cei>, Slocks, Suipencera. he., he., offer a rich and varied aaioitmeul ol the following fashionable goods ?Scarfs ol rich figured satin, silk and m .hair; plain hlsck and black fisuradof saiin. silk, mohair, aeaprsand barralien: cravatiof rich haured and plain English silk and satins: lich tig I plain and plai Is of French and Italian silks; por ket 'kerchiefs of Spin I field Inidis aud Tnrin hem'd, for immediate nse; readi made li.icn aad mu.lin ihir'a. made ia the mist fuhiomble and fanhful mann-r jUnek. of English mode satin and homb.zme; ic-rf, cravat tiesjall fronts, sic, ia great variety; gloves of kiJ, goat skin, silk, Imea and cotton thread of all descriptions. Suspend ?is of English, French, Uerman and American manufacture ; geuilemea's dretaibg gowns, hosiery, linen collars, dress froott, silk and cotton night cepi, purses, um brellas, canes, money bet's, and under garments of silk, merino, l?mbs'-wool cottooc, h he. P kA would particularly recommend their improved artitie ihe gentleman's Kussia riding belt. Their establishment las been favourably known lor the last fifteen years as the .mnovmni a# Lahmn and kv 1'nct and audi Tided attention tO the intrfit and taste* of their ruitomeis, thsy hope to merit a continuation of their patronage. >ARSELLS k AGATE, at 1 m*o? >37 Broadway, corner of Park Place. OF FRENCH MILLINERY GOODS. TEN ING of the Spring Fashion* at the Magazin da Modes, O so Caasl street. MAD. D. BEHRMAN begs to inform her nnmeroos friends and the pabl c that the has just received from France, an satire new and beanii'e! style ol? Silk materials for ladies hail,and along with it some eases of Paris silk 1 lists, which fornovel'y and elegance of style never yet was prrten'ed to the public before! among which is moit pre-eminent a silk ha*, railed Capotta d'Elenon, which is indeed emblematical af Parisian taste. Mad'me B. has ju-t opened several ctses of French impored fincy whalebones and straw hats nf the choicest Styles; also a Urge assortment of Tnsmn* and Tine Onostsplet; site a I rge and varied assortment of French la we hats from tuf'nts sizes opto ladies?ihe whole of which Mad B. has determined, in order to meet the ezigencv of 'he limes, to offer at such low price*, as mnit em.u-t her the conliananee of her patrons, who for many years h**e honored her with their commands, and trusts to obtain the preference of those whose ratraaa?e the now solicits. An early call is requested at the old French eetab'ishment, Maraziu de Modes, 10 Canal street. Mad. B. has also received an assortment of Paris Bowers and ribbons, which for variety sad styles, may be called complete. m 33-lm?r AN IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION FOR THE LADIES.?MR#.LOVE, Corset Maker, No. 60 Liapenard St. calls the a teotion ol ladies to her important invented Abdominal Supporter for the presentation of the health and strengtn during mregnaney. Phis Abdominil Supporter has railed forth the fullest approbation of the most eminent Medics men from the satisfactory results to those ladles who hare used tb*m. It Is perfect id its applies'ion, acting as a support and preventing all attain upon the muscles, and ,he consequent latirnr and ez anrtaoon of the whole system during pregnancy. Nothing that has ever bean invented, offers to many decided advantages rot invigorating the system against every see.dent at the period of gwstu'iouat the same time preset sing the natural form. Couutry merchants and city retailers supplied on advantageous U lias Mra. L >ve at the same time calls their attention to her improved Shoulder Elastic Braces, for misses, as being the long required desideratum lor the eipinsiouof the chest. Mrs. L. has secured u patent. She begs io refer in relat'ou to ths above, lo the following emin-ni men sf the Medical K"^'7~Dr jTrt-r "TPood. Dr. MeDonaid, I rolessor Oillmsn, M. D., Professor Parker, M. D., Dr. Nelson, A. C. Castle, MiDrf Dr. J. W. Mooru, J. Neilson, M. D-. J. W. CHEAPCAfH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. A3 John it mi, (neor Witlimm.) THE aobaeriber respectfully nnuonnees to his friends and tha A public fane rally, that he hu opened an Eiuhli^mant on the Cheap Cash System, where gentlemen will always And a New and Fnahionabla Assortment of Clotha, Caasimsrea and Veatings, which will be made np to order in a atyle of At and workmanship, not surpassed by any other ealabliahment in the the following low rricea ? Fuw Dreaaor Frock Coats, any color, from fit to fit Bntwrfno do do do 11 to I] fanta o7 Wool I'ack. or Fancy Caaaimerea J to t Vestsol Baun, Silk, Valentin, Velvet kr., 3 to 3 J a at room red. a aplendid aaaortment.of Spring and Summer goods, at evtraotdiaary low pricea. d7~ Qantlaaaan tarnishing their own gooda can hare them mad* and trimmad, at the loweat poaaible pneea for Caah. mAlm? JAMBS LACY. LONDON! AND MANCHESTER INDIA RUBBER GOODS. TXEHOLBSACK AND RETAIL, No. I Wall atroofc Th saksonkor baa roesirwd aad offer* for aale a large assortment of iaswrted India Rabbet Water Prool Oooda, nx: ..Coataend Capea, ofanperior Lama, Caahmara Lama, Fenian, Lam*. Lama Ttf MAHTlN'a CASH TAlLUKlNU ESTABLISHMENT. 1M FriJUmi Btfit, Comar ?f Jhm Strut, TB daeidadlr tha chaapaat i? tha city. Thara ia *lwayi a* 1 haad aaola ttator.k of aaaaonabla inoda, parahaaad for each which will ha aiada op ta ordar ua tha atyU of, trim bmiik, ka., tfi a haa ai?au wck tenant! aatiafaetioa diniu um aal roar feat a.aadaii poamra writ* 01M par cant. Uantleman aro raqnaatad to call and niaiM. Thoae ,wh< 40 E NE NJ FOR NK\ RLEANS. j LOUISIANA AND NEW )RK LINE OF PACKETS 1 For the better accommooatio^of shippers, it i^iutenued to despatch a ship from this nort on the 1st, 5th. 10th, 15th. 20th, and 25th ot each month, com i encing the 10th October and coatinaing until May, when regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments rill be ; re vented daring the summer months. The following hipa will commence this arrangement : ^iu|? AAUU. ">aniam i/onimi. Ship OCONEE.Captain Jackson. Shy. MISSISSIPPI Csptain HilHard. Ship LOUISVILLfe, Captain Hunt. Ship 8HAKSPEAR?. Captain Miner. Ship GASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNT8VILLK, Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULGEE, rfaptaiu Lvavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ahii* were all built in the city of New Y?rk, express for packets, are of light draft of water, have recently been J/wly coppered and pat in splendid arder.yvith accoimnodations or passengers unequalled for eomfort. They are commanded ?y experienced masters, who will make every exertism to give jeneral satisfaction. Triey will at all times be t'owed up and town the Mississippi by steamboats. j Neither the owners or captains of these ships will be responsitie for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware. >r for any letters, parcel or package, sent by ? rpat on heard ol ;hem, unless regtuar bills af lading are taken for the sasne .and the value theieon expressed. For freight or passage, apply ETJC. COLLINS It CO., 5d South St., or HULLIN i WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The snips of this line are warranted to sail punctually as adrertised, and gTeat care will be taken to have the goods correctTiieasiirrd. ml PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND i M dfc m mHaving complet- d extensive ami important arrangements for bringing out passengers from the old country, the sub- ' icribers Can v. ith conlidcucr inform those who innv wish to set tie for friends to emigoHe the present season (1843) that they will find it their inte>e>t t make the neressAry arrangements with this; being tha oldest or longest establi.hed out of i this port, it is well known that thu the arrangem-nti are complete?the ships of the first class suliug weekly, anil the accoinmndarinDs fitted up expressly for the comfort and convenience of passengers. Should those settled for decline coming out, the passage money will, as usual, be refunded to the party from wnom it was received, without deduction. A free passage per steamer Irein the various ports of Ireland and Scotland, to Liverpool, can be secured it desired. Apply to SAMUEL THOMPSON. Old Established Passage Office, 273 Pearl St., Or to C. ORIM8HAW Ik CO. II) Ooiee Piazzas, Liverpool. Drafts on London, Liverpool, the Nation*! Bank of Ireland, Northern Co. ml National Bank ol Sacotiauu, at sight, and for any amount. Apply as above. n 8 )m*r NEW LINE Oh LIVERPOOL PACKETo. r? S'lfrotn New York on the 25lh and Liverpool on the ISth itf each month. & m& ?& From New Vore. Ship OAKKICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 25th February. Ship ROSC1U8, Captain John Collins, 25th March. Ship BIDDONS. Captain E. B. Cobb, 25th April. Bhip SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 25th May. From Liverpool. Ship BIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, I3th February. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 13th March. Ship OARlUOK, Captain Win. skiddy, 13th April. Ship ROSCIUS. Captain John Collins, 13th May. Theses hips are all ol the first class, upwards of IWf tens, Duilt snthe city or New York, with such improvements a scombine Geat speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care s been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of iiassage hence is $100, for which ample stores will be provided. These ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general atisfac- 1 qou Neither the captains or ownen of t' til .'swill be responsi- 1 ble for at y letters, parcels or package ssen tby them, unless regular b< lis of ladiug are signed therefor. For freight or uassyrfe, apply to E. K. COLLINS & CO., 5C South st., New York, or to 1 WM. fit JA8. BROWN fc CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged I2X cents per single 1 sheet: 50 cents per ounce, and newspapers 1 cent each. 13 r JHs. j?v Jfe ; fASSAO^TROM GRB'.A'WRfVAIN AND*TKWSND BY THE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Bailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 19th of every month.] Persons wishiug to send to the Old Country for their friends can make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them come out in this superior Line of Packets, sailing from L ivemeot punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. They will also have a lirst rate class of American trading ships, sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communication from that port. One of the firm (Mr. James D. Roche) is there, te see that they shall be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come tut, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduc tion. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, viz:? The OXFORD. fhe NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE. SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND, NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled arrangemeats, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which has been extended to them so many years, iur which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can stall times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn dirsct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Messrs. PRE8COTT, GROTE, AMES It CO. Bankers, London, which wilj be paid on domand at any of the Banks, or their Blanches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if bv letter,post paidj ROCHE, BROTHERS It CO. 25 Fulton street, New York, next door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets tail from this I < port fl>r Liverpool on the lit and 19th of each month. Partiei returning to the old country will fiud it to their comfort and advantage to select this Ihrorite Line for their conveyance, in preference to any other. d27 r OLD LINE LIVERPOOL JACKETS. . E jftLiverpot^^^^^reafter be I I X despatched in the following order, eicepting that when the 1 day of sailing falls on Sunday, the ships will sail on the succeed inx day. _ For New York. Fox Liverpool. The SOUTH AMERICA, (June f July 19 It tons, Oct 1 Nov 19 D. O. Bailey, I Feb 1 Mar 19 The ENGLAND, l June 19 Aug T 759 tons, Oct 19 Dee 7 B. L. Waite. 11 Feb 19 April 7 tl. r\ virnun i^i. ? n... Jl lie VAPVU*', 1 Aug if 800 tons, Nev 1 Dec 10 < J. He th bone, i1 March 1 April If The EUROPE, I July II Sept T i 010 tons, ' Nov If Jan T I E. G. Marshall I Mar II Mar 7 The NORTH AMERICA, I. Aug 1 Sept 10 611 tons. < Dec 1 Jan If A. B. Lowber.i April l Mar If The NEW YORK, < Av II Oct T ' 100 tons, Dec If Feb T T. B.Cropper.i'April If Jnne 7 The CAMBRIDGE, .Sep. 1 Oct IT SO tons, .Jan 1 Feb IT W.CBarstow.l May 1 Jnne If The COLUMBUS, i Sept If Nov S TOO tons, .Jan If Mar f U. A. Cole. May If Jn|y T Punctuality, a* regards the day of sailing, will be observed as heretofore. The nriee of passage outward is now Csed at One Hundred Dollars, for which ample stores of everv description will he provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, Which will be the stewards. goodhue It co.. 01 Souths!., c. h. marshall, St Buriina-slip, n. t. left lyh baring ?* OTHERS ft co.. l'pooI. ?HE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m. m m m TosaWirom New York 16ih, and from Liverpool 5th of each month. Ship ROCHESTER. M0 ton., .... flkw Philip Woodhouse, I l?h FebYy. Ship HO j TINGUER, 1050 tons, |(tk Marc4l New ship LIVEKPOdL, U50 tons, .... ... Jehn Eldriege, 10th April. New ship . 1200 tons, ath May These snbetantial, (act sailing, first class shire,all built in the citv of New York, are c< mmanded by inen of esperience and ability, ana will be despatched punctually on the 16th of each month. Their cabins are elgant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passengers. Neither tl e captains or owners of these ships will be respon billi lad toff are signed therefore. J ( Fo, freight or fc MINTURN8i 7 Sooth etreet, New York, ' or'to FIELDEN, BROTHERS ?t CO., f 7 v r Liverpool. j J^^^^RSF.lfll^^^he unde^m^ed bin will be regularly diapatcbed from hence and from Maraeillea on the 1st of each month daring the year, thoi? ' From New York. Mareeillei. 1 MINERYA,Cept Brown, N-.vl. Jan 1 H?RY THOMPSON, Cap Bylreater, Dec 1. Feb 1 J COURIER. Cant Duaan. Jau 1. Marl 1 TRESrOTT. Cap- Lawreree, Feb 1. Apl 1 HELLESPONT, Capt A. lama, Marl. Marl 1 COKIOLANUB, Cap Haile, Apl 1. Jon 1 They are all coppered and copper faeteoed.and have excellent nncpmmodations Tor passengersThe priee of cabin paeeage will be tltt, exclnaive oi wmea andliquore. Oooda addmaed to BOYD It HINCKEN, the a genu. will beforwarded free of other hargea than thoee actually paid. For freight or paeeage apply to ? O. BROOM * CO.. or to o** BOYD fc HINCKEN. AgenU. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAI1 STEAM SHIPS, . Of I^Diltons and 440 horse power each. Under coiftract with the Lords of the-Admiralty. JgrANNV J. fl;wV^ i^rr,A* COLUMBIA, K. C. Miller, R N do Will Mil from Liverpool aad Beaton, via Hakfnt m follow* s moM LIVERPOOL. PROM lolTOR. Acadia, Hyne, Feb 4 Mar 1 C ilnmbia, Miller, Mar 4 Ap'l I B'ltanma, Hewitt, Ap'l 4 May 1 ILbernia, Jndliini, Ap'l 19 May II ?he accommodation! for pamengen arc anpenor. he Teasela are accompanied by eipenenood nrcaoni, and i amply (applied with Krnncei' Patent Life Boata. ( Paaeage redaeed te 1190. No Bertha aeenred until paid ft r. i k CO1#, No. I Will-* W V ( EW YORK. SUNDAY M' SEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. Putflffii ftntfa -ISBfr jfly, jfl'. Wi-M, Pure reduced to 45 cent*. fricm the (o?t of Ceurtlaadt street, New York. (Kvery day?Suaday taxiepted.) Leaves New York Leaves Newark Kl 9 A.M. Ati P.M. At 7!% A.M. At lH P. M. I 1 lis- A /Irs Q .1/. 1/ J#. 4X tin 9 do. do. 7 do. It 19 do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot ol Courtlandt street. Leave New York, Leave Newark. At 9 A. M. and 4X P M. At IMP. M. and It P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN, Leave New York. Leave Elizabeth Tow*. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. 2 P.M. 9XA.M. 2M " 10* A. M. <? P. M. IX M. 2 P. M. 9X " The train* for Westfleld, PlainAeld. Boandbrook, Somerville, he., connect with the 9 A M, 2 ana 4X P M train* from New York, daily, Sauday* excepted. Kare between New York and Elizabeth Town26 cent*. Kare between do and Somerville. 75 cent*. N!fW YOltK. RAHWAY AND NEtf BRUNSWICK. Kare reduced, from the Toot ol Courtlandt street, daily. Leave New York. Leave New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. . At 5X A. M. ir '- $ " 9 P. M. On Sundays the 5X and 7X A.M. trip* from New Brunswick tnd P. M. train from New V irk, are omitted. Kare between New Yo-b and New Brunswick, 75 cents. Rr.hway, 50 cents The fare in the 5* and 7)? A. M. traiuf rom New Brcns wick, and 2X and 4 V r. M. train from New York, has been re lucec. New York and New Brunswick, to 50 cents. " and Rahway to 37X. Passcntters who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re reive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the con luctor only on the dLy when purchased. fll 3m* WINTER ARRANGEMENT. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA fiAILROAD LINE DIRECT. Yia Newark, New Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Bordeatown and Burlington. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New Yurk.froui the loot of Courtlandt street,daily, at 9 \ M and 4\ P M. The morning L,tne prtceeds to Bordentown, trora thence by itcamhoat to rtulailelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden, (opposite Philadelphia) without change of cars Passeugers will procure their tickets at the office foot ol Courtlandt street, where a commodious steambost will be in reaihuesss, with baggage crates onboard. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, vitnout oeiup opened oy me way. Each train is provided with a Ladies Car, in which are apartments and dressing rooms expressly Tor the Ladies use. Hemming, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Chestnut street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.and i o'clock, P M. The Lines for Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at ){ and 8 A M, and 4 P M., being a continuation of the lines from New York. d28 tm*r MORRIS AND ESSEX RAIL ROAD, New Arrangement?'This Road having beeu re-laid at great expense with the most approved and heaviest H rail, to secure a safe and expeditious conveyance between New York and Morristown, will commence running two trips daily, Sundays excepted, on and after Monday, Jan, '/I. First Train from Morristown will leave at7M A M. Second Train from MoTriitown will leave at IMP M. First Train from New York will leave at 9 A M?Newark at ?XAM. Second Train from New York will leave at 3K P M?Newtrk at 3X P M. Passengers by the Morning Train from Morristown will arrive at Newark in time for the 9 A M Train to New York, or the morning Train to Philapelphia; by the Afternoon Train they will arrive at Newark in time (or the 3% P M Train to New York or the Evening Train to Pliiladelpt ia. Passengers by the Morning Trai from New York will airive at Morristown in time to dine and take any of the Stages runDing west or north from that place. jlfi lm*re JPULLEN & COPP, 3 Wall street. EXPRESS. Mesara. Harncien 8c Co. having diipoied of their route (rom New York to Albany and Troy, the aubacribera, the old couductora of Hnrndeu it Co*s Northern Expreaa, from New York, will continue to run aa herr tofore-leaving New York,Albany and Trey, Daily .and connect at Trot' with Jacoba' Montreal Express, and will forward Specie, Dank Notes, Packagea, Rundlea.Caaea of Goods. 8tc., to any place between N?w York and Montreal, and throughout the Canada's. Alao Eaat, from Troy and Albany to Boaton, and Weat from Albany to Buffalo. All bnaineaa cntruated to their charge anil be promptly attended to. Particular attention will he paid to the collection of notea, drafu, accertancea, Stc.. and prompt returna made for the aame, POLLEN It COFP. Offices? Pulleu It Coup, 3 Wall atreet. New York. Thoe. Oough, 15 Exchange, Albany. A O. Filkins, 228 River atreet, Troy. S. Jacob'e Exchange Court, St Paul at, Montreal. REFERENCES. NKW YORK. Albaut. TUOT. Prime, Ward It King, E. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little, It Co.. Thoa. Oough. P. W ells, John T. Smith, It Co., 8 K. Stow, Pepoon It Hoffman, C. S. Douglass, Carpenter k Vermtlye, F.Leake Honchton fc Co. Drew. Robinson k Co. n24 HIGHLY IMPORTANT. ADAMS k CO '8 New Kork and Emtio Daily Package Expieaa, via Noiwichaul Worceiter Railroad.?1 lie sub?cribers respectfully ,U3^^B2L.Kive notice that the .'amag-a to the Nerw ichRnnd, ir/? m .mivri hr fW* IA I tlAi m ka v? k??n re mi a* J anal ritaf rli^i * :ars now pass overihe entire route,thus aft rding to merchants, brokers and olheis, havine valuable package* to be transported, h- safest and most eip-ditious mode of co vcyance;ar idi g is it does the danger* and delays of a pun. ge r <nkd Point Judith. ADAMS & < 0. a3 6t?r 7 Wall st'eat. SOyNLTpILoT. AWEN PRE8COTT. Pilot lor New Bedford, Nantucket V/ Shoal*, Boston, Portsmouth, Portlaud, Keuucbeck, and other porta. Office at Frye St Shaw's Nautical Store, 222 Water, corner Beekman street, N. V.?Vice versa Adam* El fir***, Boston, three days before wanted. Charge the same as mm Way Head. m4 iter fO FOR LONDON?Regular Packet of the 10th of kflWAnrii?The very superior fast sailing packet ship flEkBfaTORONTO, Capt. Oriswold, will sail as above her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second ca bin,-and steerage passengers, persons wishing to embark should make early application. JOSEPH MeMURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South street. Persons wishing to send for their friends, can have them brought out by the above ship, or any of the regular packets, by apply iub as above, if hv letter, pott-paid. a* r XM&- PASSAGE FOR LONDON?Jacket lOih April. ?The sphndi.i faat sailing packet ship TORONTO Wrnmmm Captain Oriswold,will sail positively as above, her regulai day. Having splrndid accommodations for cabin, second cahin and steerage passengers, for passage early application ahould be mads on board, or to W. fc J. T. TAPSCOTT, ap r 43 Peck Slip, cor Snath (t. KOH LIVERPOOL?NEW LINE?.Regular sHR^W Packet ol Mth April.?The Splendid Packet Ship JHlEHpSIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, of 1000 tons, will poaitively aailaa above, her regular day. For freight or paiaage, having accommodations unequalled for splendor or eomfort, apply on board, at Orlaans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS It CO. 5f South street. Price of nessage. SIOO. Tnc racket Ship Sheridan, ("apt. A. Dspeyster, ol tNO tons. will tnccsed the Siddons, ana ?ail the 23th of May, her regular day. L. iters for the ships of this line will only be received st .Oilpin's sod Hale's Newt Room. Passengers may rely on the ships of this line sailing punetuel? as advertised. aTe tfg- NEW LINK PACKETS FOR LIVERPOOLlJf]WW Packer IBn April?The splendid, new packet >h'p MMk LIVERPOOL, 12* 0 tons hnrtnen, Captain Jolg) Kl.ii iilge, will be d-soaiched on ltlh Apri1, her regular day Thi. Hcent thin is the largest ever built in this ci v? he'cabin is e egantly furnish. d?her between d cks ?re lofty, well lighted throughout, and with several other imprevrmrnit makes per he most desirable conveyance far second cabin aad steerage passentrera of any othei ship. Perron* about lo visit the old country, are particn'arlv invitrd lo examine the accommodation* of this ?npeib ship, and ihoa? wishing to scco'e bert* s should not fail to make eaily applies)i >n to prevent disappointments, at a limped number inly will be taken For passage, apply on board foot Bnrling Slip, (writ side.) or to W. It J. T. TAPSCOTT, (J Peck Slip cor South st. Tiie Liverpool will sail from Liverpool on th? 3lh June. Persons wishing to send for their friends ran have th-m brongl t ont iu her, or other first class ships tailing weekly, on favorable ! c m*. Drafts for any amount, payable on demand without discount, in all the principal towns of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, constantly for tule ?.* above. 'I I,. P.,L..r _,ll .......J . P. t ind Mil nil the ?Sih April. m'0 r FOR LIVERPOOL?First British yessel-The fWj. fius well mown fast ssiliog Bi. ship CHKHTEH, JMNKa Csptsin John Dos le. early etpecvd to arriye, and will hare in-meditte despiteh for the atioye port. Those wishing to engage freight, will please make early application to the suhscrteers, ROCHE, BROTHERS It CO. 3J Fulton at. mil r i eat door to the Fojron Bank. REMITTANCES TO IRELAND,lw7, ?te! MkVy.The subscriber continues to transnlit money, in soma iHpMwIariti' or small, to persons residing in any part of Irsland, in the same manuer ss hs, and his predecessor in bnainess, hare done for the last thirty yean, and more; also, to any part of England or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (postpaid) to the subscriber, or -ersoaally deposited witn him, with the name of the person or persons in Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it is to be sent, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect giren or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money with or claims on persons in any pert ol Ireland, England or Scotland, can be collected by (he sob icrioer, for persons residing in any part of the United States, or Canada, and will be paia to lliem accordingly, mil Im'r OtmfttJh. VeRltinV. Ir ?? 1,'ed.r ,? dlALLENuE TO CttOLills 1 HE Sittrcn foot tail hoat ' TROUBLE*" will MrjgVWstand rrtdy to ?ail any di.tance, irom hi to 0 miles JHMNlhsagaiiiai any sail hoat erer rut by Win Croliot, from L> e nit itay of June un il the first day of Augmt nest, one month's notice being ?is ru,tosad two separate days lor me mm if tltd, each day. The sole object it to test the sailing qualities if the boars. N. H.?To tail without osrt or tender*. ,, _ C. L. INOERSOLL, 7 lm*?? <04 Water suet t. )RK ] ORNING, APRIL 9, 1843. TYPE AT REDUCED PRICES. TYPES. AND ALL OTHER PRINTING MATERIALS MANUFACTURED AT CONNER'S UNITED STATES TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY, Curnkr or Nm.iu ?r?o Ann StREKTt, NEW y.,RK, CAN BE_HA_D.AT KI'-HTKK V PER CENT DE UUCIION FKOVl OLD PRD :ES. THF. under ignrd resnerrtu'ly iuloiuis l''e Old Patrons of the Type and Stereotype Foundry, lorincrlv knowu aa James Connku s, and mote recently as ('onnkh at Cooxc's. and thpublic in general, that inev are prepared in execute oidura for PKINT1NG TYPES, PRKS^FS. CHASES, CASKS, IMPOSING STONE", INK, FRAMES, and ey-ry other article necruiry to form Complete Printing Eit-rbliihoi"uta, nn <a lavonb'e term*, aod o aa good a uu ilit> aa auy other establishment ia the Uuited Slate*. at* riticci, rr.a found old trices,>er pound. Agate, 86 caota. Agate, 108 cents. Notn areil, 16 ? Nonpareil, 84 ? Minion. 54 ,, Minion, 66 ,, Br?vier, _ 46 ? Brexirr, 54 ? Bourgeois, 40 ,, Bourgmia, 46 ,, Lone Primer, 36 ? Long P imer, 44 ,, Sm'.II Pica, 34 ? Small Pica, 40 ? Pica, 34 ,, Pica. 38 ,, Borders, Cuts, Brnn Rule, and ell other article* manufactoied et thia establishment, at the aame reduced rate*. New Aiticlea got up to order, au being furnished with pat erus. t he Type east at this establishment, is, both in the style of Face and he material of which it ii made, particularly adtpted fur service in Newspaper P in'ing. All bin I* of Steeotypiug lurni.hed to order. N. B ? Such Newspapers a* will copy the above three times, I will be entitled to pay in Type, on maatog a bill of tonr limes the amount of the thiee insertions al THK A SUMY DKPAMTMENT, I Washington, Mb March, lo4S. ) SF.ALKD PROPOSALS wnl he rcc iv?d at this Departmeui until the 17th A-ril neit fur building thehul'sof one. two, or tnrre Iron Steamer* to be used aa Revenue Cotters nu the sea coast, of the following dimensions, say one hundred and forty (1411) feet on deck, twenty-three (23) feet beam and ten (10) feet hold Drawimrs aud models lor building to be furnished h* the Department It is expected that these bo its will be built in reference t<> Hunter's or Kticss u's propellers. The iron used iu construction must be American, aud of the very best quality, and ia to be painted, with two good coati of red lead, (?ne before the work ii put up, and the other after.) The whole of aaid iion work shall be weighed afier it ia wrought and fitted to its approp'iale place, and previous to ita being tut together. Pavment will be made according to th:a net weighrpar pound, inclu liug coal hun1'eta, water tank* and Btl'aya. The chain p ?lrs, bobstays, and all iron work necea sary to the hull, apara, rgging, aaifa -nil guns, will be includou in the proposal ; and the price for such work will he separately ataied. A spar deck of ohite pine 3 by 6 iip-hrs to be laid, secured from underneath with the " wood acrew bolta,"caulked and planed; berth deck ..I aah or yellow pine 2)4 inches by 6, spiked and bolted to the berth deck beams, also cau'ked and planed; ceiling plank of white oak to the flooring heads 5 inches thick, thence yellow pine 4 inches ih ck to the I w-r deck clamps, all of who h will be estimated by the aqu 're superficial feet. The materia'a and weight used tu construction to be jppr >?ed, and the work to be inspected by such ofRcr as the Secretary of the Treasury may annoint. and the work to be done according to the direction of the superintendent. Tbe vessels to be completed within sis mouths from the day of deliveries the moulds and plana of building The workmanship to be inspected previous to delivery by two competent judges, one to b- chosen by each of the parties of the contract, who, in the evrniof their diaagreeme it shall aeleot a third, who are to determiuc whether the work haa been executed iu all reipects acco.diug to the proposal and agreement. J. (J. SPENCEK, Secretary of the Treaaury. m23 toAlT r THkAHUKY DCI'AHlMUN'r, \ Washington, 17th March, 1843.) OEALKD PROPOSALS will be received at this Departk incut, until the 17th A tiril tiexW for a x Kngiiits, Boilers and Pri pellers, constructed on the plan known as " Hunter's plan." Two of s?id P ngines. Boilers and Propellers to be delivered on Like Eiie, as designated by the Secretary of the Treasury ; the others at such place or places on the sea coast as the Secretary may direct. Also, two K.nginea, Bailers and Propellers, upon the plan kuown as " Ericsson's plan," to be delivered at some place on the sea c 'ast, as the Secretary may direct. Trie Eng'tie, Boilers and Propellers to he made of the very best Materials, to bear tbe proof and inspec ion of such person or persona as may he selected by the Secret try of the Treasury. The Boilers to have not leas ihan seven hundred (700) feet fire surface, each; working pressure eighty (80) pounds to the squire inch ; Proof two hundred and forcv (240) ; eight (8) eighteen (18) inch Cylinders, with three (3) feet stroke. The whole to be d-livered as directed, within fire months Irom the time of receiving the drawings and plans for building. The Proposal* will state the price for which the Engines, Boilets and Propellers will he delivered, and nut into complete operation. But as the application of the Engine working to either of the said plana, is a patent right, the proposals will also stale the price asked, including the authority to use the patent right, and also tiie price exclusive olsaid an'huity. J. C. SPENCER. m23to17a r Secretary of the T reasnry. TNUi.KSOLL'lTTiREAT BOAT LAZAAK KOK 1843? i Keinember one ctdar and oak boat is worih twenty pine and while wo id ones. The aubicriber intends daring the ci ming season to fully satisfy t"e world of the difference between good boats and bad onts Therefore every boat from his sstahlishmm". wainuiced will bear upon it the stamp of C. L. Iugersoll. During the past season the snb?criber has produced that inimif.hla If. r.,.,r cailinir Plintav Trnnhl.r which r.e.iva.l Ihe challenge froin the Aintiic-n lus'itute and took the guld med i! ; the if now read): to show her (tarn to any sailing boat, do matter where built or who by, lor any v tluible tro' hy ?Alia the 10* boat Henry Stork, which won three races in succession, wnh eise Also the tiiumnhtut O. W Chapman, which w't'<out an effort, made the quietus' time unou record. Hrwever, during the coming seifn he intends leaving all his own former effor's in the shade. He will estim te for any kind or rlesc iptiou of boats from on? to fitly tons wherever his stamp mcy be found there w ill be a b"at that can't be beat. C. L. IVGEK80LL, Boat Baz ar, <06 and 414 Water st. and 121 Cherry St. Jti. W. Hale, Sole Ay nt, 58 Wall st. P 8 ? Kace.sail, cluh, life, and plrasu e boats, miv always be fouud at lnversoMS Bazaar, cheaper than they caa be purchased elsewhere spt lm"r ^ WF J?.KKEH?ON INSUitAIhCfL CUM FA ve NY?Office 36 Wall street. This Company continue their business ol' insurance against loss or damage by fire, on goods, wares and merchandize and also, on vessels and their cargoes against loss by inland navigation. DIRECTORS. Thomas W Thome fclisha Kiggs Thomas T Woodruff Benjamin It Robson John R Davison Kronen P Sage Thomson Price. Joseph Allen John H Lee Joha P Moore Mases Tucker James E Holmes Csleb ft Tunis James R Whitirg Anson Bakerf Wm K Them Joseph Drake Irad Hawley John C Mevitt Thomas Morrell THOMAS W THORNE, President. GEO T HOPE. Seen rsnr m!3 y jib PAPER. PER89E It Liberty street Jhava for sale the following? 1 0 reams news printing 33 by 5# 200 " " " 32 by 41 250 " " " St by 41 500 " " " 26 by JT 300 " " ' 28 by 42 251 24 by 36 I 350 " " " Si by 32 500 " " '* 21 by 31 Also, nook paper, 19 by 24 , 24 by 21, and 34 by 30. They have also a large assortment of writing sndlwrsppiog paper, of different sizes and qualities, which they offer at the lowest market prices. ml ec Ut. inn * Mviltl UN'B Truuk Repository, rao. 84 wii I liam street. comer Maiden lane, manufactures and keeps constantly on hand, wholesale and mail, al! kioda of Travel line and Packing Tranks, Carpet Baira, Hat and Bonnet Casei. Merchants and others are respectfully invited to call and examine ear stock, belore purchasing elsewhere. Minnt-ef-rv. J4tl R-ovl etreet. Newark. N J. m!2 lm*es HA1K CUTTING AND 8HAVINO. ' HILL,the inimitahle Hair Cntrer, takes this m-thod of inloimius hit friends and the mblic in veneral, that he has r'taVen hit Old Mam , 86 I 'arl street, imm-diately adjoining ihe Pearl St'ret House, whirh has been newly fitted op, and w.ere he will he pleased to watt on all who may favor him with theii patronage, in his neat and skillful style, at the fol lowilist moilerite prices H ll's inimitable Hair Catting, 11K cents. Luring, UtJ " Shaving, 6va ' D m't forget the number?No. 86 Pearl street. m30 lm*m_ To THE LALHEt. Dh HULL'S UTKHO ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER. f"PHl8 new Instrumeut for the radical cure of Prolapeus Uteri 1 or Falling of the Womb, by external application, superseding the asa of the objrctienal Pessary, is eonfidently recommended to the afflicted as the means of perfect restoration to health, it never having failed of performing a core, even under the most aggravated circumstances. The Supporter has attained a very high character in Europe aa wall as in this country It is adopted to the entire disuse of pessaries.and all other painfai surgical expedients,in the Lyingiu-Hospitals of Loxdon and Paris, and is universally recommended in K.ntnpe by medical men of the highest rank In this country^ tis snstained bv the leading inemkers of the raeultiea of Colleges and Hospitals, and by all the eminent private psaelitrouers Kooms have keen furnished eiclusively for ladies, at No. t Vesey street, having a separata entrance from the business department, wnere a lady it in constant attendance, to apply Trusses and Supporters to female patients. ai Itnr JOHN M. DAVI KB 5 JON KB, 166 WILLIAM STREET, COKNEH OF JOHN, IT AVE juat received from recent importations, and of their fl own manufacture, a very io|ieriiir assortment of Spring Goods, consisting of every thing neat, tasty aud fashionable in the gentlemen's furnishing line, which added to their former stock, comprisei an assortment of goods rarely if ever before found in one store, among which are:? CAPS?In every variety, for gentlemen, youth and children. CRAVATS?Of plain and figured satin, gro grains,camhncks, he SCARFS?Of Testing iatin, broche. OLOVES? Of kid, silk, brown and cheae linen, liila, span siik, he. HOSIERY?Of eotton, merino, wool ipun silk, he, UNDER GARMENTS?-Of Shaker knit merino, woolen, silk, cotton, he. LINEN COLLARS?Plain and Byron, of all qualities and shapes. SHIRTS?Of linen, muslin, French eambrie, plain aud with ruffl's, he. 8U8PENDEKR?Of gum elastic, silk, cotton, he. OILED SILKS?Of white xnd fancy colors, warranted not la ailkere I h tnv f 11IRtfA The abo?e Comprises only part of their aaaortment. and rmrchaser* will coosill their own interest bv examining this (Hendid assortment r. (goods before purchaaing. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. at their old established Cap, Stock. Linen and Oiled Silk Manufactory. NO. 106 WILLIAM STREET, CORN Eft OF JOHN. ml lm?m BILLIARD SALOON. NO. 5 BARCLAY STREET, THREE DOORS BELOW THE AMERICAN HOTEL. PRICE REDUCED to One Shilling per Hundred, from I A M. to 5 T M.?The luhactiher informs his friends and the public ill general, that lie his Fire New Billiard Tables, in leparale apartincntx?two in the ur per front aaloou?two in the rear saloon, and one in the front room?all in firil rate order. Each ?ex tlemai sisiting the establishment will be furnished with a prirate Cur, for his especial use?the tabler being in different apartments tne proprietor thinks it will render it more | select and agreeable to gentlemen risitimr his house. ALSO, TWO FINE BOWLING ALLEYS IN THE BASEMENT. His Bar will always he stoc- ed with the choicest Wines and Liquors ami the rest SeRars to be had aloo Sherry Cobblers, Mint Juleps, Pnnrhes; made in a manner not to be surpassed N B.?The apartments hare undergone a thorough refilling ?now paper, painting, rac. ttJ^-Oentlemen will please to esmmnnicate any neglect of duty or the attendants, at the bar. FRANCIS MONTKVKRDE. inchII im*t i Barclay stmt, gKRA Roe heater. [Correepondeneeot the Herald.] Rochester, 31st March, 1843Tyler Meeting in Rochester?Great Rou> among the Office-Holders and Office-Seekers?Battle between the Real and Pretended Friends cf Capt. Tyler? The Political Millennium Dawning! Pursuant to notice given by the Tyler Committee, a " meeting of the Democracy and the friends of President Tyler," was held at Monroe Hall,this day. About 17b persona were present, consisting ot about one hundred Clay whigs, fifty Van Buren and Calhoun democrats, and twenty-five "friends" of the Captain. It was a most extraordinary meeting? extraordinary from thejiianner in which it waB got up and conducted. I have carefully reported the proceedings ; and in order to have them laid before the public as they ought to be, and in a paper having the largest circulation, I have transcribed my notes for the benefit of your readers, which I suppose includes the Captain and his cabinet. THE MEETING. The meeting wai called to order by E. B.Wheeler, Esq., who nominated Gen. E. A Theller, for President pro tern. This motion was opposed by Mr. Watsor? He was in favor of open nominations. He wanted ail the otflcertf appointed by the meeting? packed committees were obnoxious to him He moved mat tne nan joiifh btioho do ine regular presiding officer of the meetiug. Mr. Bassett? I second that motion. Let the officers be appointed by the meeting, 'i his is true democracy. I hope the motion will prevail The motion was voted down by a large majority, and Gen. Tbeller took the chair. A committee of seven was then appointed to nominate officers for the meeting, and after a short absence they came in, and made the following report:? Hon. Joseph Sibley, President ; George Mosier, (Whig) Dr. Smyles, (Loco) Peter Pried, (Whig) Giles Molden, (Loco) John Cunningham, (Loco) L. Benedict ,(Whig) Jos Strong, (Tyler) Jos. Med berry, (Loco, and not present) John Hayes, (Abolition) E B Wheel* r, (Laco) and Jareil Newell, (Loco) Vice Presidents; 8- W. D. Moore, (Whig) L. K Faulkner, (Tyler) Jason Bassett, (Whig) and P J. Macnaramn, (Loco) Secretaries. The report was adopted, and the above named gentlemen took their seats?that is, as many as could And se ts? as officers of the meeting. On motion of John David Walsh, a committee of seven, consisting of 8. G. An drews, (P M.) A. H. Jones, Dr. Smyles, John Hayes, E A. Thaller and John D. Walsh, was appointed to report resolutions. The committee retired, and a scene of great contusion commenced. A Voice.?" Mr. Chairman, 1 call on Mr. Watson for a speech." (Roars of laughter.) Mr. Watson begged to be excused. "Kidney! Kidney!" was shouted all over the room, amid loud cheers, laughter, Ac. Kidisr.v.?"Gentlemen, I am here, and right, too ! Shall preach temperance to you by and by. That's alL" (Cheers.) A Voice.?" Best speech yet!" Here there was a short pause ; but at length loud calls for Mr. Bassett were heard. "Bassett! Bassett! Judge Waring! (Cheers.) Dawson! (Roars ot laughter.) Jones! Sawyer! (Cheers.) Go it?great conntrv this!" and other names, remarks, Ac., were called out all over the ball. A Voice?"Mr. Chairman, I never saw such a meeting." Another Voice?" You'd better lay down, and take something warm." (Cheers.) Amid the uproar of the meeting, the committee on resolutions entered ; and Mr. Andrews, the Postmaster, and chairman of the committee, came up to the table and said : ?"Mr. President, Gen. Theller will read the resolutions." A Voice?" Read them yourself?don't want to hear Theller all the time " (Cheers ) Another Voice ?"Read 'em, Andrews !" Chair?"Order?I say, order !" Gen. Thillik then read the preamble and resolutions, which had been prepared by the committee. I will not write them out,as they are long, and mere echoes of those adopted at the recent Tyler meeting in New York- I will, however, state the substance of them. The preamble sets forth the numerous public services of John Tyler, and the obligations the "democracy" are under to him. Thu drat resolution nominates John Tyler for the next | Presidency, subject to the decision ol a Democratic National Convention. The second resolution approves of thpvi>tn nf th*? hank hill. Hintrihutinn hill Arc. Th? thirrl endorses the political honesty of John C. Spencer. And the fourth is a mere conclusion to the three first, except that in recommends the establishment of a Tyler paper in this city. The resolutions having been read, Mr. Watsou moved that the words, " subject to the de. cision of a National Convention," in the first resolution, be stricken out and Thkllkh?" I oppose that"? Several Voices -"Vote him down !" Watsoi*?" 1 hope the motion" Thellkr?"If at y one wishes to break up this meeting, let hiir come out openly. That gentleman (pointing to Watson) has no business here." Here there was general uproar. Some called for one thing and some lor another. " Hurrah for Clay !" was heard all over the hall. The chair called to order. Col. Jason Bassctt?" Mr. Chairman, I am sorry to differ from any one here, (groans,) but must speak my sentiments plainly. 1 am in favor ol John Tyler, because he is opposed to thesub-treasury and a United States Bank. I favor him, because he was opposed to the distribution law. when the government was $18,000,000 in debt. (Cheers and groans.) He is assailed by both parties, (Oh! ob!) and ev?ry man who loves his country (A Voice? And spoils) should support him Look at the Exchequer! What an escellent measure that is 7 ft does not loan nor endanger the money of the peple. (Oh, dear!) The whigs told us, in 1840, that Mr. Tyler was a Jrffersonian Republican. 1 have been such myself?so has Mr. Tyler. (Roars of laughter.) I go for measures and the man! (Loud cries of11 sit down?who asked you to talk 7 Question?order !") Mr. Walsh?" In reply to the gentleman ?." Hare there were loud cries of " sit down? go it, Walsh?put it to him?order, kc." A dozen gentlemen were on the floor yelling " Mr. Chairman?order?throe cheers for Clav?sit down !" Chair?" Mr. Faulkner has the floor." Faulkrrr?" 1 think, air, the resolution should be modified. I see gentlemen of all parties here, and who would vote for the resolution if modified." He wanted a test resolution, and offered the following :?R solved, That wa are in isvor ol the Exchequer Scheme, and John i jmr, wiin or wiuwiii nomination uy a niuonai convention ; and that we are oppoaed to a United State* Bank and Henry Clay on the one hand, and a Hub Treasury and Mr Van Bnren on the other." Walsh?'" No,air! we dont content to any inch thing ai that." A Voice?" T^ler standi no better chance at the National Convention than a toad in h?II!" (Roar* of laughter, and crie* of " we all know that!") A Voice?" Mr. Chairman, what ia the que*tion 7" Several Voice*?" Chair i* aaleep?can't tell !" Wat*oa?" Sir, I heard the resolution Ju?t offered. Wn mu?t comeoutopenly. The Bank and 8ub-Trea?ury have both been condemned by the people. I hope they will be buried in the largeit clav nank in the country. (Cheers.) Bury them deep, and let the epitaph ba, " Lie (till if you are wise? You are d?d if you ariie." (Terrific cheering.) Chair?" Let u? haveorder " Wal*h?"Read that resolution again. Let u* know what we are about." (Oroans ) Mr. Fauleer read his resolution again, and there were loud cries of "queatioa?divide?vote it do wn?cant suck the democracy, no how!" The Chair put the question on the firs* amendment offered by Mr. Watson, and decided it lost. The question then came up on the adoption of Faulkner's resolution, in place of the first one offered by the committee. The Chair decided this amendment lost. Watson?"It is not lost, sir!" Walsh?"That gentleman (Watson) is a foielgner.? He has no business here?hustle him out!" (Laughter.) Watsoit? ' I will reply to you presently." (That's Theller?"Bet dawn, sir. (Roars of laughter .J Heterai. Voices?"Let us take that vote again V Chair-"I will not put the question again." Mr. Jones?"1 was on copimitteeto prepare resolutions, hut do not wish to he tenacious. I will rote for Faulkner's substitute." (Cheers and groans.) Chair?"All in lavor of the rcsolution'will pass to my right, and all opposed to ir-y left." ncio mere win a KninrHi pulling ami naming, ana uch conluaion prrviiN, the Chair laid he would not count, but declare the resolution loat. Thki.lkr?"Hope all are astistled now." (Yea, no!) Here a large, Jolly Irishman came ruahlng np to the , atgjid, crying "clear the way?make a ring?I'm for Viator Van Buren!" (Iloara of laughter, and loud cheer mg.") Chair?"I ahall withdraw unleea there more order Voice?"Wont go home till moraing!" Mr. Whiiuk-1"1 more the reaolutiona be now adopt6(1 " The motion wea aeconded, and declared carried, although they were voted down two to one. Watson?"Mr. Chairman." Walsh?"You hare no buaineaa here?ait down!" Wat#on?"Your name can be epelt with tour lettara, air, l.i-a-r !" (Iloara ot laughter ) WkLati, ahaking hia cane?"Oo to the devil, air." A Voice?"Here 1a a piatol, Waleh." Chair?"Order?order?I aay, order!" "Hurrah for Clay! Speech Irom Dawaon! Beware of pick |*>ckota"? waaahouted all over the room. A Voice?"Three cheera for Clay!" and three cheera were duly given. Here Dr. Theller mounted the atand, and commenced a violent speech. "Sir," aaid he, I expected conluaion? llieae renortera make it all. Dawson's reportera, air,make the conluaion, air, and 1 point them out here. (Voice? ' they are reporting for the Herald.") No, air, they are not llerald reportera?I aeethem and? Skverai. Voickr?"Bet down?whe wanta to hear you ?who aaked you to a peak?" (Loud cheera | In the midatof which Theller "aloped." 'Wataon! Watson!" was now ahouted all over the room, and he took the atand, and apoke aa follows:? Mr. Chairman?I thank gentlemen tor calling on me. I thank them lor an opportunity to reply to my tradttcera ?traducera who are crawling,, at the feet at John 1) lar, and begging for the ci umba that fall from his table. 8?r, 1 am net a uatiyo born oiuaaa, it la tr?*? LD. W" ww Cmto, What of beef there ia here (shaking hi* *rtn.p|*Uncle Sana. I am not like the Robesperian* and Benton* of late and preaent time*, nor even like the demagogue* who aurround me?but I am a republican. (Loud cheers) ? Sir, are naturalized citixens to be ubuied by naturalised citizen*? (No!) Sir, there were nine foreigner* that signed the Declaration of Independence. They fought and bled to recnretho libertie* we enjoy; and the cypreia tree wave* a* mournfully over their*, aaover the grave* of the reat of the patriot* and aagea who affixed their name* to that immortal document!" (Here the cheering wa* tremendoua, and Watson aat down ) Here the uproar waa beyond endurance: and the meeting, having aiven (is cheer* for Henry Clay, and three groan* lor John Tyler, adjourned tint Jit. Thu* end* thi* most ridiculous farce, which we hope may prove tk* last. SrT, Harrlaburg, Pa*. f Corrsinnmlitiu** r%f the HsmIiI 1 Harrisburo, Pa., Slat March, 1843. Curious Movriuentt in Pennsylvania? Content for Stale Printer in Harrisburg?Scenes of Albany over again?Henry Clay's Prospects Rising. Dear Bennett:? Thia cily, and the Legislature which ia now in session, has been in the greatest excitement in consequence of the law having passed, electing a State Printer for three years, to do all the printing of the Government. I will subjoin a history of the case, as it came to my knowledge. I Since my arrival, the excitement haa grown out of the circumstance that the three leading Democratic papers, to wit, the Reporter, Keystone, and Gazette, had combined their interests, united their strength, and supposed their election sure, without opposition. But the editor of the Reporter, JohnH. Dimock, not having been included in the arrangement, came out as an " independent candidate," and before any one wn' aware ol his movements, managed his card wi't such adroitness and success, that he drew one-half of the Democratic members into his support. From these he extorted pledges to refuse to go into a caucus, and vote for him in convention. He had managed tesecure the entire Clay Whig vote, and up to one day previous to the time fixed for the election, his movements were not discovered bythe combined establishments. It was at last discovered that he had taken the field, and no sooner was it known than the mast determined effort was made to crush him. He was thrust out ol his situation as editor of the Reporter, and every species of falsehood was put in circulation against him. The Buchanan men swore he was pledged to T^ler? the Johnson men swore he wan |>ieu?cu iu ??ut;iianaii?"inc /\n?i-r'orirr I'-Pfl swore lie was leagued with the Governor, and ihua single handed, without a press with wh ch to amain himself and friends, he boldly and fearlessly met the fierce and vindictive assaults ?.f those whowere combined against him. He contrived to loment jealousies and divisions among his enemies?drew his own friends more closely around him, and although several of his IriendB deserted "im, having been bribed or frightened away, he still was formidable. At length, the Speaker of the House deserted to the enemy, having been promised the next Governorship, as is saia, and with him, went several more. At last, acaucu9 was held, and Rratton, one ol the combination, was nominated, there being but 42 out of SO members in caucus. Seeing his case growing desiierate, bimock managed to enlist the Governor and his Iriends on his side. But here he met another obstacle. Several democrats, and many whigs, refused to join the Governor's friends, fearing all was not right. But he succeeded in uniting all the discordant materials of which his party was composed, and when the Legislature assembled in Convention, on Monday last, the vote stood, on second ballot? For John H. Dimock 63 votes. John B. Bratton 63 " Scattering 16 " Another ballot would have secured the election of Dimock, beyond a doubt, but the friends of Bratton, foreseeing the result, succeeded, after about six hours had been consumed in angry and tumultuous debate, in postponing the election until to-day. Meanwhile the most prodigious efforts were made to defeat Dimock. Every press in the city combined against him, save the Intelligencer, the Clay paper. Fenn, of the Telegraph, a Scott paper, Bent to Lancaster for Thaddeus Stevens, the "great unchained," to come up to the aid of Bratton. Bribery and corruption stalked abroad through the city and the le?[islative halls; thousands ol dollars were bid for a ew anti-masonic votes by Bratton; Stevens moved through the halls from morn to night, and then caucussed in his room Members sold their votes to secure local bills ; others were drawn away by flattery, threats, coaxing or bribery; in short, heaven and earth seem to have been moved to secure the defeat of Dimock. But he has played his game with astonishing gkill and success. Although not 28 yearn oia, as i hiii informed, ne naa snow* himsslf a match, and more than a match for Stevens and all others who are combined against him. ?Albeit Stevens succeeded in getting from him 8 or 10 anti-ma- , sonic votes which were cast for Bratton, Dimock on the other hand, drew away an equal number of the democrats who had formerly voted f >r Bratton. And so the contest wage 1, until todajfcat 12 o'clock, when the Legislature again assembled in convention and proceeded to ballot for State printer?the vote stood? For Dimock 47 For Bratton 4A Bcatteiing 18 On the next ballot Dimock would have received nearly all the scattering votes, together with tour or five democratic votes which were cast for Bratton. Again Bratton's friends moved for an adjournment, seeing at once that he would be defeated on the next ballot. Here again occui red a long and exciting debate. The lobbies aBd galleries were crowded with spectators, wha seemed to partake of all the excitement of the parties interested. An adjournment was at length effected, and the convention is .o assemble again on the second Monday in April. What will be the result no one can determine. It is said that nn attempt will be made to pass a law immediately to allot the whole printing to the lowest bidder, and thus gel rid of the question. Bratton cannot be elected, and it is only by breaking up the Convention that his friends prevent Dimock's election. If they take another ballot, Dimock will be the State Printer. To see a young man,without pecuniary resources, with no printing establishment at his control, thus thwart and defeat a | owerful co i bination of presses, money and influence, backed up by Thaddeus Stevens, who is universally conceded to be the greatest tactician in the country, causes all to gape with wonder and astonishment. But his energies never fl ig, his mind never sleeps, and he pursues his ob ject with untiring zeal and perseverance. Although he is a red mouthed |ocofoco,the whigs have rallied around him with singular unanimity and firmness of purpose. They are as true as steel, and will stand by their young friend, come what may. There were five or six anti-masons, also, who voted for Dimock, although every inducement was field out for them to abandon him The friends of Mr. Dimock embraced nearly all the talented and independent members of the legislature of all patties. After they had espoused his cause, they seemed determined to triumph or die in the breach The contest between the candidates is a beautiiu! comment on politics, politicians, and morals in the capital of Penney'**"18 " he caucus nominee of the loeofceo par'y was supported by Thiiddeus Stevens and ?everal whig and anti-masonic member* of the legislature! What appears wholly inexplicable tothe good peohere, is (he fact, that although Dimock, as edt or ol the Reporter, lias kept up a continual warfare upon Porter's administration, all the Governor's friends, including, I believe, members ol the legislature and his cabinet, are exerting themselves to secure his election. To whatever cause this may be attributed, the result has shown that he lost more than he gained by the alliance, if one there was. Although the appointmentof James Madison Porter was expected to make John Tyler a host of Irtends in Pennsylvania, I cannot learn since I have been at the seat of government, that he has a single open and avowed friend here. Gov. Porter is too unpopular t? retain his own friends, much lew to make friends for Tyler. . _ Buchanan, among the locos is t' t"8" 10 vfnn" sylvania, although (/ass, Johnson and Calhoun nave some friends. As I learn. Van JJuren ',fts no mor? ol a strong hold here lhan John Tyler. Henry Clay is strong in this State -forty out of fifty-two Whigs in this legislature are Clay men. If Van Buren gets the nomination of the Democratic party, I have heard if said by intelligent men of all parties ihat Clay can carry this Slate. More anon. Mai.vk Fur Traoc_?The Portsmouth Journal says, that Maine supplies more fox sktna than any other territory of squat extent in the world. Two years since, a New York trader went to Maine, and in less tnan a fortnight, returned again with nineteen thousand fox skins, for which he paid about ? >? i??i i. | in iVKl f.ites hl'I JJ11 n n ' iviiiiiicvi ?u?? ?v(vw been killed in Maine thai winter.

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