Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 21, 1843, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 21, 1843 Page 2
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tr*df Bsrlev commanded the mibc price#, with a moderate supply. I'aaa are a very dull sala, and beaui are declining in valae. The quantity of oats being much : redui.i 1.1 it w. < U's pricea were maintained. i >c rr. . 14 a a v t , April S.? Very little bu?i; tin-1 art month, although two or three hey. r> hare been in the market for Virginia Leaf f'orexpnni.iion. hut holder* having stood upon firm prieea whirk nr- higher than on the continent, prevented busi ? am h or home trade and bonding also hut a tew trausac- 1 tioo* hare taken place. No otters have yet been made for the cargo per Tihor.for which 21a are asked. Li?rsrotL CeTroa Markvt, April 3.?The sale* on . Saturday were 6,000 balea, inclusive of 500 on (peculation ; and to-day the transactions have comprised 4000 1 bales. Attn of w'nch have Wen taken for exportation. It 1 will be perceived on reference to the foregoing reports, that a very large amount of business has taken place 8 within the 1-st fortnight, and that, notwithstanping an 1 abundant supply, prices were tolerably well supported up to Krillav lAti. Tlin hv WpitfTIl ' steamer, which artived on Saturday, have, however, had I a *ame what unfavorable i fleet upon the market: holder* ( have evinced more anxiety to sell, and American Cotton ha*. in several instances, been purchased at an abatement ' of nearly } I per lb., Irom the present quotations. M tar 11 31. ? There has been an increased extent of business dnne this week, and prices have been full; support- 4 ed, the market continuing very steady. Speculators have g taken 23 000 bales of American, an I cxpoiter* 3000 American an I 400 Prrnams. 11,040 bales ot American, 220 Per. ^ nam* an I 80 Babias, have been forwarded into thecountry c this month, unsold, ami 3(>0 American, 1300 Pernams and f 300 8urats, were burnt at the late file. 230 Sea Island and 60 stained do are declared for auction on Friday next. The e sales to day are ti a 7000 bales of all kinds. The market is ; not so lively as it was. J M nun -24.?We have had a very large extent of busi i nesi doing this week, but producing only a slight advance < in prices, at most not more than J. and that not general. The demand has been fully met. The market is decidedly ? more steady, nml as such it closes to-day. Speculators g have taken 14.000 bales of American, and exporters 2200 bah s of American and H)0 Burnt and Madras. The sale* 11 to day are estimated at upwards of8000 bales of all kinds, tl Livcarooi. American Provision Market, April 3.? There1 hnve been extensive transactions in old Beef and Pork during the past month, at prices varying according J< to the condition of the article. The market is now firmer 0 for what remains in first hands. New Beef, as well as . Pork, meets a ready sale ot quotations, but the arrival 11 of large supplies woul I cause prices to recede- No new t Bacon or Hams h?vo a-rived. Old pickled Hams are npar ly unsaleable The stonk of Chees.- is much reduced. The last public sale was rot well attended ; but a considerable c quantity was taken, some well selected, at extreme . quotations. With large arrivals of l.ard, prices have considerably receded, and secondary qualities, for chandlery U pttrjioses, have not met a ready sale. The finer sorts are in ?' demand; the last pacel ottered (1000) found buyers at 30s to 37s fid par cwt. There are inquiries for Grease But- 0 ter. * d Latest State of Tbade.?Boi.toi*?The trade begins w to wear a flourishing aspect. Counterpanes have received . some improvement during the last fortnight, and weavers pi begin to be fully employed, though but at very low jg wages. For muslins and power loom cloths there is a very considerable improvement in demand, and slight ad- ai vanoes are realized in prices. Quiltings are steady, with n a very fair demand. Cotton yarns are in greater demand than thpy have been before during this year. All the ?l mills are working full time, and are extremely busy, stocks being very low. The Mearh-works ol the town and neighborhood are nil very throng of work. Foundries of every kind are graduallv becoming tmore and more It to*. ' ? Bradford ?Yarn Ma: ket: There is no alteration worthy ? of remark since our last. The spinners are acting with great caution, and only producing to order, which aalu te tnry measure will prevent any accumulation.?Piece w Market: Since last Thursday more goods have been removed than for some time past, and the operations of to- C< day are fully more extensive. We trust now to be able to m report a gradual improvement, which will tend to work p well for the unemployed. Prices continue very low, and " barely remunerate the manufacturer. a] Halifax Market ?The demand for goods here on Sa g( turday was fully as brisk as tor sometime past; and the q. price 'of both stutfs and wool was about the same as our -1 last quotations. t( Hosiert and Lace Trades.?The effec's of the Spring t? trade are at length beginning to be sensibly felt in the , bobbinnet branch, and we have heard of several additional " hands having* been set on. Upon the whole, the fancy oi trade may be snid to be in a fair state; and we have heard of seme slight movements in the plain branch, though it . till continues much depresseJ, and is likely to remain so, in unless a great change should tako place iu fashion. Leeds ?We are glad to be able to report an increased demand (or goods of nearly nil descriptions, and particularly for good cloths of the finer qualities, suitable to the W spring and early summer trade. And not only has the p) business of the village manufactures Improved of late, but there is more animation observable in the warehouses of thp merchants chiefly connected with the inland trade ; cl yet we cannot report any material improvement in prices. Hvddkrsficld Market.?Thpre was again a pretty good attendance of merchants at this market on Tuesday ; 6* and the amount of business transacted was about equal to g| that o( last week, as far as regards the Cloth-hall; but there was more business done in the warehouses, with re- 11 gard to finished goods. cl Itii'muLs Mirkkt. March 37 There is little g or no change in the piece market to-day, every thing con- , tinues dull Bn l flat : the demand for gnod? has been vety limited, an 1 the buyers arc ofTering less money. Wool is re on the decline, and the manufacturers bay very sparingly. j Hsvne, March 29.?A fair business has been done in cotton and prices have met with steady support. gj, 31 ? Cottons?The generally improved feeling has given an impulse to prices, which have realized an advance of flal on U. 9. ordinary and middling descriptions, to which attention has hoe> more immediately directed. Th- greatly amende 1 character of the intelligence from Manchester and Liverpool is the principal cause of the arm Iterated asp-et in things "here, and at present there rs seems to be a probability that the improvement which has taken place will he carried still farther. The imports of the month 60.343 bales, and the outgoings 33,343 bl hales; our stock is now dailv decreasing. -p The sales from the 33 1 to 31st March were 13.617 hales, of which 71-14 New Orleans at 51a87f.; 1401 Mobile 50a78f tl: and 36 ?9 Upland 61 f. 50a73f. Arrived during same pariod ? 75 hales. ' ?Trice* of Potash hove declined. 323 brls 1st h< brands were sold at 41 f. pprSO kil. duty (31.35) paid. Pearl A?h is ottered at 49r. but no buyers. Rire ? Ca'olina Rice has recede!. Only 400 tierces, 84 par'lv to arrive, found buyprs at 30f.a32 35 per kil, duty fr (I,H71f.| paid, stock 600 tierces. IVhaiehnnr?Five tons American fishery, Southern, F were run eff at f.3.30a3,27J per } kil., duty paid. ti MsBsriLt.Fs, March 26?The business in United States n cotton was very limited, the principal sale consisting of 330 hales Flori las, Georgia, and Mobile, af a quality somewhat h?low ordinary, which went at a price we could not exactly ascertain, hut is supposed to be about 58}fr. Our b; quotations are about the same as those ol Havre. The la cotton sales this dav hare been large, they have eg- In reeded 3000 bales, and prices have advanced 2fr since 8a- p< turday last. CI Roltw, March 21 ? Though we have now arrived at the most favorable period for onr manufactured goods, " there if still little activity prevailing in our market. Prints, farfrom improving, are of a more difficult sale than h"fnre, an I it is. at the price they are selling, notwith- P' s'an'ingthe low course of the raw material, impossible ' fjr onr maiiufactii'ers to subsist. Of white calicos, some ? sales have been effected since the last eight days for our J?* colonies, but at equally wretched prices. ^ N*">rrs, March 27.?Onr prices for tallow have con. ?r tinned fo decline. New York has been sold at S6fr. Dis* count remains steady, and long bills can easily be placed ac at 4) to 6 per cent. ?c AsTs rst, March 07.?The sales of Coffee during the ed la?t week included 20(1 good ordinary St. Domingo at 21, uj and 8.10 bags ordinary and good at 13J, to 111 to -20J cents. In unrefined sugar we had no variation. b? and th" silos ol the last eight days were limited to .100 boxes yellow Havannah at 16j to 16fl in bond, and 1 400 a! bales Pernambuco, of which the price did not transpire, re Cotton continued completely neglected, and prices unal- m tere l. Rice was more inquired after, and a lout 600 tierces b? New Carolina found buyers at 12 to 121; 200 baes Java at OJ to aj, and ISO bags Bengal at!?to Pjfl, all per SO kilos in consumption. Pot and Pearl Ashes were dull of sale. Hides met with ra'her more demand. A'>ont 4000 salted Buenos Avres and Monte Video and 0000 dry ditto have v changed hands in the course oT the week at different cur- J, according to weight and quality. Hsmrt-ro. March 24.?We hive had a tolerably ani. mated demand for coffee this week, and the sales have h comprised 7,100 Bra7.ils, ordinary at 3 3-lfsch., real ordinary at 3 3-16 to .3 6-1 #5, good nadinary at 3| to J, and good a ordinary- colored at 3} to 4f sch. 2,700 bags Havanna jg went, the good ordinary at 4}, good ordinary colored at ^ ~T lU IIIM UI Hum > HI l,Jl?.,J. DIIU ICU llliou Trnrefined sugar has been in request; 300Tioxei yellow rt Havanna have found buyers, the former at ft} to 6, and the latter at 5} to ftj grot; 320 chests brown Bnhia ft} grot. Nothing of importance has taken place in Cotton and re Hides, on a poor inquiry, have remained nominally unal- a| tered in value. , Amstvbdam Markft, March 20?Ol 872 hhds Maryland Tobacco, which yesterday were brought to the ham- gl mer, 920 hhds went ? 101 to 42}, or on the average at 34; ^ 300 uarknge* Porto Rico leaves at 18} to 4fi, on an average at j7\ 193 do in rolls at 49 to 45}; 80 ceroona Cuba leaves were withdrawn at fiO, and .90 ceroons Havana do at 84 C( con's. In the preceding week, 3000 boxes yellow Havana Sugar were disposed of; IftOO boxes at 33(1.and the remain- ? der at a price not generally known. The business in g( Potashes has been confined to a few trifles; 1st sort New York may he hmght at 1711. in bond, and 2d and Sd s >rt in B1 proportion; St. Petersburg at 17J11 in consumption, and Tuscan nominallv at 191 fl. In Cotton no alteration has ? taken place, and there remains only to be said, that even at our present law prices the demand for the article i? un- ai important. Towards the 12th April B'ptlhlic sale will be held of about 300 hales Surinam and Nickerie, htside* about 2900 halea from the United States. In all otherarticles nothing worth mentioning has taken place. n FKKMfKTs?Accounts of tho freshets continue to po\ir in a? rapidly as inc wucr hkii puum uown l( the river*. On nil sides we hear of damage done. ^ At one time the all mills in Lowell were compelled J to atop running. d A Rvstit.T?We learn from Mr. Colman that ^ three of hi* houses in Under street, advertised yes- y t r cyinthi Herald, have been rented; one only, ^ N" HI. r< ^in? i much for low rents and adver- |( tising in th?- right paper forrion Papkk* ?We were, as usual, indebted to P Adams flc Oo , and tlarnden V Co., for the early h delivery of our I'.rrian parcels yesterday morning. The Cleopatra arrived at five o'c lock. Letters and papers hy the mail were re ceived several hours after '* the eipresses delivered their parcels ol BsaiMNino Kari.y.?It is said that the wheat crop at the West ia not very promising ai i\E\V YORK HERALDN?*vr York, Friday, April 111, 18*3. Herald Literary Depot, All the new and cheap literary publication* of the day ire Tor tale, wholesale and retail, at the Herald Orrica, aonhweat corner ol Nassau and Folton street. Tub Riqhtof Visit? Rrlationsofthk U. States ind Ens land.?The most interesting and important ntelligence brought us by the last steamship is the delate on the "Aahburton Treaty," which we pretented to our readers yesterday. By the Gbeat Western, the President's Message on the corresmndence between our Government and that of .Treat Britain relative to the conflicting intsrpretaion of the late treaty, reached London. As we inticipated, quite a ferment was produced. The /Vmet, in its characteristic cavalier and contemptu>U8 manner, refers to the Message as the most linking illustration of "Much ado about Nothing" vith which they had ever been presented, and ridicules the idea of its throwing any light on the conroverted topics. On the 3d inst.?the Monday sublequent to the arrival of the Great Western, the subect was brought up in the House of Commons, and i warm and exceedingly interesting debate ensued Sir Robert Peel, in reply to Lord John Russell, had mmmenced a speech on the subject of the right of earch, but the report breaks abruptly oflf, and we nust wait till the next arrival for the conclusion of he debate. From the tone assumed by the leading British jurnalists, it is easy to perceive that the adjustment if this qutstiovcxala will be a matter of no little dificulty. Great Britain insists with the greatest perinacity on her right to subject suspected vessels sailng under our flag to visitation, for the purpose ofas:ertaining whether they have a bona fide right to hose colors. Sir Robert Peel declares in the most inqualified manner, on the part of the government ? ' We have not abandoned our claims in the slighest egree, and it did not make any part of our intention uring the controversy to abandon the rights to which re have always laid claim." This is certainly very lain speaking, and shows conclusively that theBritih ministry are not at all disposed to acquiesce in the micable and reasonable opinions expressed in the lessage which has elicited such a marked feeling of ^position. We certainly anticipated a more favorable recepon for the message thanithat which it has met. vindicated with great calmness the rights and im. lunities of our commercial marine, and presented ith singular clearness and precision, the only inrpretation of the terms and spirit of the treaty, hich an honorable and candid judgment could mceive As we, however, took occasion to relark at the time when this message was issued, reat Britain is resolutely determined to maintain 11 the assumed privileges of that position of ocean ivereignty which she has so arrogantly asserted.? he plain, common sense, honorable and just docine of maritime law for which our government con>nds, cannot, after all, be supposed to find favsr in le eyes of a power which has bo repeatedly trampled a every principle of equity, and even on its own >lemn declarations,in the prosecution of selfish and 1 liquitous lines of policy. We await with no little anxiety the intelligence 'hich shall inform us of the issue of the debate hich has elicited these brief remarks. The pros- 1 ?ct of a settlement of the question at issue appears ) become more and more distant every day. The loud no bigger than a man's hand, which now ap* ?ars in the heavens, is but the harbinger of a sea?n of storm and tempest; and no one who closely :udies and properly understands the relative posions of both countries, can regard the probable hanccs of collision between England and the U. !ates, without deepanxiety. This controversy may ; amicably settled soon, but we confess that the cent intelligence has considerably weakened our < ith on that point. However, we watch and pray, j Dunter Movement at Tammany Hall?The < " Young Democrncle" opposed to the Le- ' glslatlve Caucus?Beginning of the Kami- 1 ly Jtrit i The Young Men's Demociatic Republican Gene- i il Committee met at Tammany Hall Wednesday i k'ening for the transaction of their usual monthly | asineBs. A series ot resolutions were presented by dmund S. Derry, and adopted by a majority of tose present, in entire opposition to the legislative tovement, and really in favor of John C. Caloun. The flare-up was to be expected?and may lead to >me amusing scenes here and elsewhere. The old ten's committee will arouse next?and then the real mass meeting?but, in spite of all.this opposion,we are still inclined to think that the VanBuren omination will triumph. There will be fun soon. The following are the resolutions:? " Resolved, That we do not approve of the action taken y the Democratic Republican members of the late Legisitureolthis State, in attempting in the address and resoitions, which they have prepared and presented to the bo pie of this State, to give their official sanction to the laims of any particular candidate lor the Presidency. "That it was in no wise entrusted to them to commit ieir constituents to any candidate, or to make for him ich an evidence of public opinion being with him, as ' ieir address and resolutions may be understood to ex. f ess, and we sincerely regret that our representa- . ves have been so far forgetful of the nature the trust reposed in them, as to assent to this ob- I :tionable feature of the address and resolutions. , "That,until the people shall have conferred on eommita hereafter to be appointed, power to express their I eference, and until these committees in convention , all have actually selected a candidate, we assert that the tion which any Legislature may take in relation to a imination for the Presidency, must, and should be regardas being only the individual opinions ot the members wn a subject on which as Itgitlalort they had no right enter, and as to which they have neither consulted, nor >?n instructed hv their ranatitiiAiiti "That our party are prepared to submit to the deciiion of National Convention, and that we will enthuiiaatically spoart to the nomination which that convention may ate, and we reprobate all efforts to prevent justice there :ing done to all." Movements, Ac. Hon. L. Sherwood (and lady), Senator from Vayne county, are at Howard'e, epending a few ays in the city. Mr. Burden, from Troy, who has distinguished imself somewhat in the matter of steamboats, is Iso at Howard's, with his accomplished lady. He i about constructing a boat for the North Itiver, ) be 600 feet in length, and which is expected to in to Albany in five hours. Messrs. Cannon and Southwick, of Troy, the di ctors of the celebrated new steamboat Troy, are Iso at Howard's. They expect to nut steam upon tis new boat to-day. It has one of Lighthall's enmes, and is altogetbor a splendid affair?the largest oat low afloat in these waters. J. B. Steinberger, Esq., the celebrated Southern attle dealer, who for some years monopolized all te eastern markets, is also at Howard'e. His pre* nee in the city at this time may account for the idden rise of salt provisions. Maior Barker, of the Ordonnance Corps, Captain chriver, Lieutenants Luther, Arnold, aed Hunt, tid the Hon. II. Allen, of Vermont, former Minis r to Chili, are at the American. We understand that the Court Martial at Fort Ha lilton is adjourned till next week. Anothkr Suit aoaivst McKkn/.ie.?Another suit Ha been instituted against Com. McKcnzie by IcKinley, one of the persons brought home in irons. IcKenzie has commenced a prosecution against the 1ournul of C'ommtrre lor libel, in publishing that even of the members of the Court Martial were in avor of convicting him. If this be the policy rhich the gallant Commander intends to adopt, he rill have plenty ol work for six months to come, at art. He may institute eight or nine hundred libel in'- for we believe that about that nuiober of news apers have published the same stati inenielor which e now seeks to punish the Jouivuil of Commerce. Naval.?It is said that an office.r of theU. S. N. shortly to be tried by a Court Martial for commitng a shocking and most unnatural crime on board I one of our first clasa vessels. No name given. The trial of Caj>t. Ramsay ia i>ogrewing slowly I L Norfolk. I City Intelligence. Caycga Chief Paid Forfeit ?The match between the eelehrale?t trnttinff hnreea Cavilia Chiei. and Kipton, for $1000, one mile repeat in harness, was to have come off yesterday afternoon, over the Beacon Course. Both horses were upon the ground, but owing to the heavy state of the course, and the additional fact that the rider of the "Chief" was full twenty pounds weight heavier than that of Ripton, the former paid the forfeit of $250, and allowed Ripton's backers to pocket the stuff. Both horses were in fine condition. Corlis's Saloon Robbed.?Robert H. Corlis's saloon, 218Broadway, upstairs, was entered yesterday morning, about daylight, by burglars. Watchman Leacraft happening to be passing at the time, in company with two other watchmen, overheard the burglars attempting to escape from the rear door in Ann street,and on their rushing out with their booty, secured a man who calls himself Joseph Williams, but his associate escaped. On searching him they found eighteen silver spoons, valued at $27; a gold breast pin, worth $5; a quantity of segars, &c , that had been stolen from the Bowling Saloon of Mr. Corlis. A cloth overcoat, valued at $25, and a dress coat, worth $15, with several other articles that were stolen, it is supposed were carried away by the other burglar. They entered the Saloon through a rear window of the second story, and obtained entrance to that by a flight of stairs, in the rear of the premises leading to the story above, fn escaping they drew the staple to which a padlock was ta&tenea, on one ot me rear doors, ana inen passed into "the Climax Saloon," by bursting the lock from the door, and theiice into the street, where Joseph Williams was caught. Williams says he is a native of Syracuse, a bookbinder by trade, and resides at 14 Market street, Brooklyn.? He hasthusshown himself to be a daring and efficient burglar, aud will no doubt receive his just deserts when he comes up for trial. Drowned in Taunton Pond ?The Coroner held an inquest yesterday, on the drowned body of William B. Bassett, of 28 Sullivan street, who came to his death under the following circumstances:?He went on Saturday last to visit his brother at Newton, Connecticut, and on Tuesday went on a sailing excursion in a small sail boat on Taunton pond. About ten minutes alter they left the shore, the boat was capsized, and both brothers drowned. The body of William was brought to this city, and that of ms brother interred at his late residence at Newton. Brr His Nose Off.?On the day of election last week, a man named William Vail, bit off the right side of the nose of George Mount, 523 Washington street, in a scuffle caused by rum and politics. He escaped pursuit of the officers of justice until yesterday, when he was arreBted and committed in default ef $3,000jbail. Henson's New Aerial Steam Carriage.?These are the names both of the inventor and of hi6 new invention. We cannot call it a castle in the air, because it has never yet elevated itself above terra firma. It is a flying machine, however, and it it has any merits, they as yet rest on a very solid foundation. It is altogether of English extraction, and our last English papers are full of very copious details and pictures of its construction, together with sanguine expectations, strong faith, and lofty imaginations respecting it. A bill for the transfer of the patent to a company has been introduced into Parliament, and we are sorry to add, that it was greeted in the House with shouts of laughter, on all 6ides, by the enlightened senators. It is intended to go by steam, and weighs only a ton and a half?3000 pounds. We shall, undoubtedly, be astonished some bright morning to see it come dapping its wings over on our American shore, with news " in advance of the mailfor the English papers seem to consider it as Bettlsd that? On Cherubim and Seraphim, Full royally 'twill ride; And on the wings of mighty winds, Come flying o'er this side. Thbateicals.?There was an excellent house at the Chatham last night. That sterling comedy, " The Honeymoon," was played, and we can say with great sincerity that we were agreeably surprised and much delighted by the performance. Mrs. Brougham, as Juliana, played with all her characteristic grace, life and spirit. Her perception of the character, which is one well adapted for a display of her talents, was correct and admirably sustained throughout. The surprised and indignant spirit with which she submitted to the harsh discipline of the Duke, and the delight elicited in the cloeing scene, by the discovery of her husband in his true character, were manifested with a natural and un affected vigor and effect, which we have never seen surpassed. Mrs. Brougham is indeed one of the most agreeable actresses we have ever had amongst us, uniting all the fascination of a most lovely person, and most lady-like demeanor, with histrionic talents of no ordinary excellence. Mrs. Hautonville as Violante looked very pretty and acted with great taste and spirit. The.other characters were well sustained, and Charles Mestayer as the Mock Duke, acquitted himself in a very creditable manner. Mr. Brougham is the only man on the stage who dees not suffer by recollections associated with the memory of the lamented Power, with whom Mr- B. was long connected in the bonds of cherished friendship. Mr. Brougham's Irishmen are not caricatures. They are real genuine impersonations. At the Park there was a good house. Hackett is well received, but poorly sustained. Why do they not get half a dozen good looking actresses to dissipate that gloom which seems to have settled so :hicklyon Old Drury 7 The pretty Julia Turnbull ttas been prevented from appearing here for some sights past, in consequence of indisposition, but is recovering and is coming out with an elegant new dance some of these nights. District Attorney Resigned.?James R. Whiting, Esq. has tendered his resignation to the County Court, to take effect from the 12lh of May. The candidates for the vacancy already in the field are John W. Edmonds, JohnMcKeon, James T. Brady, and James M. Smith, jr. Get shaved and be ready. Steamer Rochester struck a rock or something else in the Hudson, on Wednesday, and received some damage. It occurred near the Highlands ? Her passengers were taken off by the Westchester o nrl Krnnirli t In fKin niftt Slnmn Ita arrra typ ura a Inaf WIVUQIIV UIIO Vti;. "?n9uBv " **** some nerves shattered, and the steamer will be ready for her trips again in a day or two. Signor Benedid's Concert this Evening.?This gentleman's concert takes place this evening at Niblo's Saloon. Sig. Benedid's very high reputation, indeed we believe he is unsurpassed, upon the guitar, together with several other eminent performers upon the same instrument, and a very attractive bill, cannot fail to draw a lull house. Some of the pieces will be performed upon twelve guitars, constituting a great novelty. John Anderson's Complimentary Concert this Evening.?This concert will take place at the Apollo this evening, He will be assisted by the Misses Cumming and Mr. Clirehugh, and also by Mr. Phillips, and several other distinguished artists?being a combination of vocal and instrumental music. Sir Baoot.?The health of this gentleman is no better. Rooms have been taken for him at the Astor House, and the Warspite is still standing ofl the port awaiting his arrival. Diplomacy.?W. W. Irwin, Esq , Charg? d'Af faires to Copenhagen, accompanied by his family, Bailed yesterday in the New York for Liverpool. Financial Discharoe?Wm. 11. Dabney, of the Hank of Virginia memory, has been discharged from further prosecution in Richmond. Embaroo Rkmovkd.?The wind "chopped round" yesterday, and a fl^et of square rigged vessels went to sea, after an embargo of four days. Fi n in the Gulf?The Texan squadron, under i command of Commodore Moore, was to have left New Orleans on the 11th inst. for the coast of Yucatan. Mayor of Portland ?Lliphalet Greely, whig, has barn elected by the Common Council. IIukry.?What lias become of the " Empirt /" United IttUi Circuit court. Present thu Circuit and District Judges, d ran. 20.?The People vs. Jette Hoyt?After the Court aat, the namea of the Jury were called over; and Wm.C.Obat recalled?Produced papers placed in hi* possession by the District Attorney; they are the aame a* vended by Mr Coe yesterday; made at the request ol tho counsel tor defendant, certain statements from these pa . ?i ik. ~ i * nf fhn rnlWtnrs: made these statements himself in preference to allowing the documents to pess from his custody. Mr. Tallmadoe enquired the object of the testimony. Mr. Cadwalladfr atated itwastorhow the improvement in the Naval Office as a check on the collector, compared with what it wai in Mr. Coo's time. , Mr. Gray read from the statements:? By the Naval Office itatement it appears to be $4,061,74*1 06 By the account current it appears to be 3,641,316 07 Difference, $1,439,414 99 Natal Orncs. Bounties 476,339 69 Debentures 1,062 664 64 Custom house Clerks, Sic 483 337 31 Marine Hospital Disbursements, itc 319,106 63 Expenses oi Collection,See 940.268 09 Appraisements, Sic 140 151 81 Revenue Cutters, See 471,761 69 Incidental Expenses 180,109 29 $4,081,743 06 Collector's Orrica. Bounties 461,609 34 Debentures 1,064 884 65 Custom house Clerks 46.294 75 Marine Hospital Disbursements 98,471 98 Expenses of Collection 788 616 00 Appraisements 161,064 34 hevenue Cutters 61,838 26 Contingent Expenses 88,029 98 $2,642,318 07 Judoc Thompson?This is to show that there is a difference of $1,439,424 99. Cadwallader?Yes. Cross-examinsdby District Attorney?The monthly returns are a part of, and form the quarterly returns. Judge Thompson?Are these accounts composed of the same items 7 Witnfis?Yes, sir, leaving out the " &c "of the Naval Office; I have examined the whole amount of the monthly returns from the Naval Office; all the disbursements in the monthly statement should ho included in the quarterly; they may appear under different heads in the two accounts; 1 know that there is a fee and an emolument account: the difference between the two ia better understood by the District Attorney than by mj self. Mr. Selden?Read the Naval Office certificate, tho heading, 8cc. Nr. Cadwallader?Mr. Coe said that the monthly and quarterly accounts agreed. Direct (resumed?1 nave no knowledge of the mode in which these differences have been made; no such mode suggests itself to me; but I have no doubt that all the difference is accounted for in the account current, under some of the various heads. Richard M. Blatchford sworn and examined on tLe part of Mr. Hoy t?Is agent of the Bank of England; has been for many years acquainted with commercial transactions; the commission charged upon bank transactions ia one per cent, that per centage applies to millions as well ag to small amounts; the Bank of England paid that per centage to the United States Bank forcollecting. Cross exnmined by the District Attornet?I never knew any difference betwepn the per centage, whether the sum on which it was charged was $100 or $1,000,000; but if I was an agent, and receiving a salary for that agency, I would not consider myself entitled to charge a per centage. Q. If you were an agent for the collection and disbursement of money, and received a salary for it?that the disbursement was to be made in a particular way, and if the mode of disbursement was afterwards altered would you consider yourself entitled to charge the per centage in consequence of the alteration. A.?I don't think 1 would. The question was afterwards put in another shape, and the witness stated that in his opinion the per centage was chargeable. The remainder of the day was occupied in reading the correspondence of Mr. Hoyt, and the functionaries at Washington. The Court adjourned at three o'clock until to-morrow (this day) GenersU Sessions. Before Recorder Tallmadge, and Aldermen Furdy and Leonard. April 30 1 he Jury in the case of Centlivre, returned a verdict of guilty of an assault "The Whip."?George and Charles Colborn, indicted for publishing the obscene paper called " The Whip," were discharged on their own recognizance, on condition of premising not to engage in the publication of any arretted and tried. Burglary.?A man named John Saxton, was tried on a charge of burglary in the third degree, for breaking into the store of William Bennett, 208{ Chatham street, and stealing $100 worth ot dry goods. The goods were found in hit possession at Newark, and he then stated that he obtained them Irom a man named Matthews. Saxton had fo-merly been in the employ of Bennett, andhad previous to this charge sustained a good character. The Jury were absent about two hours, and came into Court, being unable to agree, and standing eleven for acquittal, and one for conviction. The dissenting Juror refusing to give way, the Jury were discharged, and the Court ordered a nollt prosequi to be entered in the case, and the accused was discharged. Cruelty to Animals.?Peter Spanier, who was indict, edior a misdemeanor in stabbing a hoise, entered a plea of guilty, and sentence was suspended. Trial of De Merritt This celebrated financier will be tried this day if the witnesses are present. There are several indictments against him for grand larceny, false pretences, kc. The Court then adjourned to 11 o'clock this morning. During the term, we have noticed a genteely dressed man awaiting the proceedings of the court with great anxiety, as though he was interested ,in some important case to come up before it. Yesterday we ascertained that he was in attendance as a witness, and getting entirely out of patience, it appears that he addressed the following letter to the Court that speaks for itself :? New York, dOth April 1843 } Dig ts forum On account of your declaration I ask you Lib I Tit 1 quid justitiae est 7?and if itis a good exfr. 10 in ample of morality, humanity and of justice prinetpio to force a foreigner under penalty ot $d40, Juititia tit that he wait here from the 10th till the end hahitm acti of the 30th of April without to indemnify onenuasle him for his trouble and loss. Look, sir, Digitus sanohs gestorum Lib: XLIII Tit: XVI. fr. I ? 41. cit'ilibut que Also we find the appointed law in the corcon/ormandi pus jure Romani, canenici et Germanici (though in ancient times, among pagans and oarbarinn people) that everytone is obliged to indemnify the person.whom he has brought in damage- We judges in Germany would be ashamed to trouble and damage a foreigner so much and hinder him in his business without indemnify him and every judge would oppose himself against such a law, through which foreigners are troubled, because it is contrary to human moral. In Germany the government indemnify every man if the accuser is poor, because Justice governs there in every case I must remember that I am no workman, but Doctor juris Romani,Canenici et Gemanici and 1 assure that, if a german judge would troubles witness 11 days ha would bo dia. {ilaced directly; then among thousand cases lappens not one case in which the witness must appear twice. Every judge must have J dettre only all in good order?I am here, to find out the thai juetice character of men of morality, politics, and to which tot extend so far as possible my sciences give to J or- Ask your country men, ii they are troubled eigners and so much in Germany for nothing in visiting not more it. The account of expenses and loss:? For 16 times for the stage (11 For 7 days trouble $9 I hare lost more than $19 $10 AUOUSTIPt SCHAEFKR, Doctor j a ris and Professor. Court Calendar.?This Dav. Superior Court.?Nos. 67,99,48,43,61, 60,66,36,30, 31,33,41. Commov Pleas.?Nos. 10, 4, 44, 46, 47,48, 14, 103, 60, 61, 63. Literary NoticesA Gau-or amono American Sck.nkry?By A. E. Sillirnan.?This volume contains a number of rather agreeable sketches of American scenery and adventure. It is published by Applcton te Co., in their usual elegant style. New Music.?Hewitt & Co., of 231) Broadway, I I ?.UC.L.4 ... ?r U ??,.l >? and the "Newfoundland Dog," a song composed by Henry Russell; and also "The Suitors," a yery excellent ballad, the words by Gen. Morris, and the music by Charles E. Horn. Atwill has published on beautiful colored paper,and in his well known style of elegance, "The Gambler's Wife," "A life in the Woods," and "The Belle of the Convent." SitAKercARK's Works.?We have received the third number of Shakspeare from the Harpers,who deserve credit forthe tasteful manner in which it is presented. It will he completed in eight numbers at two shillings each. For sale at this office. Thk Wives of Enoland?Bv Mrs. Ellis?This work has already gained, by ihe unanimous consent of the wisest and best of British reviewers, the very highest place in the standard literature of our language. The American publishers, the Messrs. Langley, of Chatham street, have performed a most acceptable service in issuing ihe work in its present form. It is Rut up in really beautilut style?aeeidedly superior, in all respects, to the ordinary cheep publication* of the day. Its price is 25 cents. It should be in the hands of every lemale in the land. For sale at this otnce. Miiman's History ok tiir Jews, vol. 3, has just been issued. This work is the first of the new cheap series of Harper's invaluable " Family Library." For sale at this office. Brands'* ENCYci.or*:dra, Patt VI., has just been issued. For sale at this office. ILouisiana.?The legislature, before its adjournment tine die on the 7th nislnni, passed Hn act dividing the I-hate into districts lor the election of Representatives to Congress, conformable to the new apportionment law. i I I $ ~btt the southern~mail7 Phlladilphla. [Corrruioudence of the Herald.1 Philadelphia, April 20,4 P. M. Large Sale of Stocks and I.oans at the Merchants' hr<.han or nmmirrrlnu Mr. Bennett :? The extensive and peremptory sale of bank and other stocks and loans, came off at 12 o'clock this day at the Merchants' Exchange. Assurance having been given that the whole would be sold without any reserve or limitation whatever, a large number of our capitalists congregated, probably with the expectation of getting a good bargain. The whole sale was completed in one half hour. The bidding was animated, and the purchases con" fined to but few. Such a gathering together of the capitalists of the city and county has not been witnessed for some time. There were at least two hundred present in the Rotunda. The purchasers were but four in all. and only one of the four on individual account, Mr. Comegys Paul. The other three were bank agents, as follows:? R. M. Lewis, for Bank of Pennsylvania; W. Gill, for Commercial Bank; R. D. Wood, for Philadelphia Bank The whole amount of sales to be divided pro rata, lor account of purchasing and other banks interested. . The stock was considered by the knowing ones present, sold remarkably well; and it is my belief had there been any one present to " bid up," the amount of purchase would have been higher, for there was a determination on the part of the agents of the Philadelphia Bank, the Bank of Pennsylvania and the Commercial Bank, and of the Trustees of the United States Bank, on whose account the sale took place, to buy at any thing like a fair price, as you may see by tne bid on the bonds of the Delaware and Raritan Canal Company, and Camden and Amboy Railroad and Transportation Company. 5 per cent interest, when the Bank agents bin as high as 80 against Mr C. Paul, who bought at 80i, only one wuuu vii uic xruiaiiiiiiK u uuuus ucing pui up, i>ir. Wood agent for trie Philadelphia Bank bid 70. and they were knocked down to nim, no individual venturing to bid against him. Another evidence is noted on the stock of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, which started at 15, and Mr. Benjamin Tevis proposed to a friend a wager of one oyster slipper that he could run it ta 22, which was taken, and by bidding 50 cts. at a time he reached 21 50?22 was bid by Mr. Gill agent of the Commercial Bank, and Mr. T. won his bet. On the bonds above mentioned, and which were started at 60, a wager was offered that they could be run to 80; and sure enough they were. These bonds were sola at $4 44 to the ? sterling, so that the purchaser made 36 cents on each, the Doncte being payable in England at $4 80. This fact caused them to run up. It had not been stated on the catalogue, and the question as to the amount of pounds sterling selling price having been put by a spectator, was answered by Mr. Thomas, the auctioneer, that they would be sold at $4 44 to the ? sterling, so much per cent on the dollar, and they at once run up. The terms cash, payable on or before Monday the 24th inst., at 1 o'clock P.M. The payments to be made to the trustees at their office, in the Bank of the United States. Trustees, James Dundas, Mordecai D. Lewis, Samuel W. Jones, Robert L. Pitfield, Robert Howell. It was stated on the catalogue that the payments would be required on Thursday the 27th The announcement of the alteration was made previous to the sale commencing. Firit Lot?678 iharei of the capital stock of the Miners' Bank of Pottsville, par value $60 per share (last dividend, May, 1842), were first ottereu. The first bid was $10?little interest manifested; but the whole were knocked off at $-26 per share to Robert M. Lewis, agent of the Bank of Pennsylvania. Second Lot ? 1,-222 shares of the capital stock of the Union |Bank of Tennessee, par value of $100 per share (last dividend July 1841). Started with $35?very little spirit. Knocked down at $41 to Robert M. Lewis, agent, as above. Third Lot.?330 shares of the capital stock of the Bank of Louisville, Kentucky, par value $100 per share (last dividend January, 1843). Bids, $66, $67J, $60. Knocked down at $60 to Robart M. Lewis,agent, as above. Fourth Lot.?840 shares of the cspital stock of the Pennsylvania and Okie Canal Company, par value $100 per share, (last dividend January, 1948) commenced at 30; bidding spirited, until 34 was reached, at which point it hung for some time, and finally knocked down at 39 to W. Gill, agent of the Commercial Bank. Fifth Lo r.?Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Co. Fun. ded debt, $337,693 30, bearing interest at 6 per cent per anatim, payable semi-annually on the 1st days of January and July in each year. Principal payable July 1st, 186e, (one per cent interest paid January, 1839) with the privilege of the whole, or any sum not less than $1300. Fifteen dollars for the hundred the first bid?lively, up to 31?a Jong dwell, and the hammer went down at 33. W. Gill, agent, as above, the purchaser. Sixth Lot Five per cent Loan of the Danville and ruimviwr juuroai ^o.?*>iio.vj,j Oil. luicroi nuw??. teed by the State of Peuniy lvaiiin, payable aemi-annually on the lit daya of June and December. Loan redeemable June lat,1961,with intercat from lat December 1842. $6 per hundred first bid?struck oil at $10 to W. Gill, agent, aa above. Savr.nth Lot?Beaver Meadow Railroad and Coal Co Co?$51,31$ 74, aix per cent Loan, intereat payable on the 1st af Keb. and Aug. being part of a loan of $-J50,000, authorized by the by-laws, enacted at meeting of the stock, holders Aug. 15,1S39. Mortgage executed to the Oirard Life Insurance and Trust Company, aa security for the above Loan. Principal payable Aug. lat, 1844, with interest from 1st Feb. 1843. $10 per hundred the first bid? spirited up to 32?a long dwell?knocked down at 33 to R- D. Wood, agent ofthe Philadelphia Bank. Eighth Lot?160 bonds ofthe Williamsport and Elmira Railroad Co. Sicoo each?$150,000, bearing interest at 6 per rent per annum, payable semi-annually on the lat dava of Jan. and July .redeemable Jan. 1. ISiO, for the pay ment of which Heal Estate and certain etfe'ts ol said Co. have been pledged by Indenture of Mortgage dated the -4th day of Sept 1839, with interest from 1st July. 1841.? First, and the only bid, $10 per hundred?struck oif to R. D. Wood, agent, aa above. Ni.tth Lot?10 bonds ol ?600 each??5.000 st'g?of the Delaware and Raritan Canal Co. and Camden and Amboy Railroad aud Transportation Co baaring interest at 5 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually in London on the Istdays of Feb. and Aug., iaterest paid to the 1st of Feb. 1843. Coupons attached to the bonds. Principal redeem, able Aug. 1st, 1863 in London. This lot was put up rating the pound sterling at '$4,44. Sixty per cent was the first bid?firmly and spirited? One Bond knocked down to C.Paul. The remaining nine bonda were then in market and immediately ofLred?70 bid?knocked down to R. D. Wood, agenta as above Arrest of the Murderer.?An examination was had this morning before Alderman ltedman, ot an individual who was arrested on suspicion of having committed the late diabolical murder in Baltimore county, Maryland. He gave his name as John Horn. When arrested he threw away a thimble. which was picked up by oae ?f the offisers who had hint in charge, and which is ot the kind only used by tailors. Upon his person was found a deed conveying property from himself to one John Storch ?value $800, a small amount of money, and a lease of property in the city of Baltimore. He answers the description as given in the advertisement exactly, and there is but little doubt but what he is the actual perpetrater of the foul and bloody deed.? The Alderman, after a long and close examination, committed him to prison. Ocj- Hon. J. B. Dawson, a Representative in Congress from the State of Louisiana, has been appointed by the President to the office of Fostmaster of the city of New Orleans, in the place of Gen. Win. Dcbuys, resigned. Snlca of Stocks at Philadelphia Yesterday. $2000 Wilmington fl's, 1845, 70; 01 shares Mechanic*' Bank, 17; 8do Union Bank; Tenn. 40. After Board?'200 shares Heading RR 15$; 1 do N America Bank, '777$; 7 do do '278; $0000 State 5's, 1848, 41. LATEST SOUTHER.N SHIP NEWS. PHlLAiir.LrHlA. April FO?Arr Glide. Cresse, Providerce? Below, Osceola, Whipple, Rio Janeiro; J Pctetson, Green, N Orleans. Baltimore, April 19?Sid Roanoke, Smith, Rio; Metamora, Lowe, Rotterdun; Goethe, (Breni) H 'oanu, Bremen; Canada, Biahop, Pacific; Poultney, Mouait, Ric; Napoleon, Cheiebrough, do Alexandria, Apiil 17?S'd Favorite, (Br) Masters, Barbadoea;John H Stephens, Hall, Bermuda. Richmond, April ii?Arr Margaret Forbei, Preicott, Liver pool. Norfolk, April 17?Arr Mercy, NBrdiord. .... Georgetown. SC. April 15?Art Fdnuy Colt, myden, N Ynrk;G n Scott, do. ? ........ Charleston, April 17?Cld Tyhee, McCormick, N ifnrk. Morilk. April 13?Air Warren Hutiigs, Liverpool; Sattrl lite, lieiivii a; Charlemagne, NYoik; fcsilwr, StThomai. Cld Angnita, HiVAua. New Orleans, April II?Air Dumfrieshire, Liverpool; Huron .do; Tn g*. Boston; Matihinnass of Ab-rcorn, Londonderry; Delia. l urks Island: Trio, Point Petre, Ouid. Cld Alabama, N Ycra; Sigartahook, do; Chietiain, Liverpool. QQh.Whilej the drama is in n depressed state and the theatres almost deserted, there is no falling oil in tho crowds of persons who nightly llock to tho Amarican Museum. The entertainments nreof a Light and diverting description, and better calculated to please an enlightened audience than a tedious tragedy or a serious farce.? There is such an infinite variety that n person must possess n moat fastidious Insto who cannot discover inmplhine to afford him gratification. Wineliell, Mill Darling, Chang Kong, and Mi?? riiillipa, arc powerful attraction*. The fat boy remain* but two day* longer, Saturduy being hi* lait. The serpent* arc to be foil to morrow, it i* a *cene well worth witnessing?thplr tremendou* mu*cel?r pow. er* enable them fo crush their victim*; and by the peculiar construction of theii J i w?, which they can extend to an enormous wid h, they are capable of swallowing an olij. ct equal in circumlerenco to the thickest part ol their own body. <VJ- THK rARISIApT ALTKHATIVK MIXTURT, i* guaranteed to cure all form* of *ec.ondary ?yphili?. rt.tient* effected with pain* in the bone*, cutrneou* erujtion*, *ore throat, and every ether aymptora indicative of the existence of venereal taint, ahauld u*e thi* "reclAc without delay, Sold in bottle* at >1 each, In ewes of half a^dozen bottle*, %t>, (forwarded to any aildrew.) W. 8. RICHARDSON, Agent, | Principal Office of the Collage. 07 Na?**u street. (K^We were surprised last night to find such a great number of parotic assembled at Peale's Muicum. From the place having been recently opened we did not expect it would become to popular in such a abort apace of time? but we had occular demonstration of the fact. Or. Valentine fully maintained hi* reputation aa the best mimic .and most correct representative oi eccentric characters in this or any other couutry. The audience were thrown almost into convulsions by the Dr's exquisite humor and mirthprovoking powers. Signer Blitz too added bis quota of amusement bv t is address and dexteritv li? /ti.-i..?i All he iloei denote* the artiit?hi* plate dance ii inimitable. La petite Cerito, the charming danseuse, waa grace perionified. (Vf- NEW WORKSUTPRESS, AND WILL SHORTly be published at the New World OtHce,80 Ann street. New World Supplement, No- 4, with the April part* of Martin Chuzzlewit?L. 8. Lover?Arthur O'Leary, by Lever?Windsor Cattle, by Ainswortk? and the May Part, in advance, of Tom Burke of " Our*." Price 12^ cent*. The Man of the People, a Romance of the French Revo, lution, by the author ef the " Prince, Duke and Page."? One of the best novel* of the day?full of spirit stirring incident* of that great drama in the world'* history. A Black wood's Magazine for April?a capital number. Price $3 a year?18} cent* tingle. J. WINCHESTER, Publisher. 07-HALF PRICE MU8IC?NEW AND FASHIONABLE MUSIC.?There is not a store in this city where a greater variety of new and fashionable music can be had than in the store of Mrs. Mary King, 141 Fulton street, between Broadway and Nassau street. The cheapness of t'-o selection is alto another important consideration in these trying times. Only think of the most popular pieces bring oflered at three cents per page?one half the price demanded by other dealers. Mrs. King invariably keeps the most approved instruction books for tho piano, flute, guitar, accordion, iic., at very reducod prices. Music is also bound full 25 per cent cheaper at her establishment than at any other store in New York. Call and be canvlnced. (The Surrey Hnd Middlesex Standard, Dec. 6, 18381 ftTT- PAUNDER9' METALLIC TABLET AND RAZOR STROP.?Next to a good razor a good strop is to be desired -, and to those of our readers who are not possessed of such an article, we can strongly recommend the one mentioned above. The effects of the tablet upon a razor are electrical: one strop of the razor acres* it is sufficient to give it an edge, the very shadow of which wo had al mosi nam wouia maxe a weex's oearu disappear. jolting aside, too much cannot be said in favor of this invaluable tablet and strop, and it more than realizes all that its ingenious inventor ascribes to it. A few remarks are inserted in the prospectus accompanying the tablet, respecting the choice of a good razor, which in themselves are worth the whole price ?From an Knglinh paj>ir. G. Saunders inventor and manufacturer, 163 Broadway. (ft?- PROVE ALL THINGS?HOLD FAST THAT IS GOOD?We should almost despair of arresting the attention of our fellow men, and causing them to enquire into the truth of what we from time to time stubs in regard to the remarkable cures performed by Bristol's Sarsaparilla, in cases of scrofula, and Impurities of 'he blood, were it not the fact that no cases are published but such as will bear the closest scrutiny. Besides, those stay cured who are wise enough to get Bristol's, which has had the unbounded oonfi lenc.o of the faculty in town and country. Asa purifier ol the blood it is unequalled ; anil although efficacious in renovating the systpm, may be given to tender infants with safety and good effect. The reader's attention is directed to a Card of Mr. Turner's on the last page. Sold wholesale and retail, by Wm. Burger, druggist, 60 Cortlandt st, and 198 Greenwich st. N. Y. 0(7- CAPT. TYLER USES SHERMAN'S TOOTH Paste, and so dons every lover of n floe set of teeth and sweet breath. He uses Sherman's Lozenges, and so should every body who wants to care a cough, cold, or headache in a very little -.time, and by a very pleasant means. No person should go to sea without Sherman's Camphor Lozenges ; they cure sea aickness without fail in a few minutes. No parent should let a child suffer from worms when a box of Sherman's Worm Lozanges would destroy and drive them away?or who would suffer from weak hacks or rheumatism when, for ia| cents, he can get one of Sherman's Poor Man's Plasters that will cure himlJPOnly get Sherman's Lozenges aad Plaste-.-s and you will not be disapnoiated. Warehouse, 106 Nassau street. Agents?(2-27 Hudson, 77 East Broadway, and 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn, and 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia. ft7- ANTICIPATE DISEASE?The old custom of going through a courseiof medicine in the ispring, is like many other old customs which are scoffed at by modarn flippancy, a very good one. Persona are usually more in temperate both in eating and drinking in winter, than at any other period ofthe year. Thebracing healthy atmosphere of the season, however, prevents the effect of these excesses being felt at the time. Bat when tha warm spring air relaxes the system, when the yores open, and the vital action becomes less vigorous, the impurities which had lain dormant in the elements of the blood during the cold weather, begin to develop themselves in the shape of disease. These impurities should be swept away in the spring, by the use of proper medieine, and health and tone imparted to the digestive organs, in order to enable the system to bear up against the enervating heats of summer. For these purposes there are no preparations so speedy, thorough, aad certain in their operation, as Peters' Vegetable Pills and Cathartic Lozenges. A few doses of either, taken at this season ofthe year, may not only save hundreds of dollars in physicians' bills during the summer, but perhaps life itself. Be wise in time. A preventive is better than a cure. Office, Ida Fulton, cotner Nassau street. MONKY MARKET. Thursday, April 30?6 P. M. The Britannia, at Boston, gives us again 13 days later new*. She brings specie as follows Brown, Bro'sSc Co. ?87,000 B. Bangs, ?3,900 J. E. Thayer St Bro's 19,000 T. Btinlin and J. ForE.Baker St Co. 10,000 ter, 1,318 B. E. Dodd, 1,000 Order 43,600 Boorman, Johnson St Noble & Stnrtevant, 393 Co. 5,000 Oreeley St Guild, 349 W.R.Redman, 300 T.W.Ward, 1,603 J.C.Lodge, 1,299 Wm.Twing, 1,829 Total, ?212.794 H. Inches. 1,790 Hardy St Baker, $900 Bramhall St Howe, 1,-126 R. Lincoln St Co, 1,000 Geo. Pratt, 2.619 L. Bartlett St Co. 826 J B.idrer, 1,692 Rice and Thaxter, 1,706 Ketchum, Rogers St 8. Ciealand, 184 Barnett. 4,600 E. D. Hunter 2.000 Stephen Glover, 1,881 J.C.Wilde 1,600 Total, $6,318 J. W. 8. Williams, 319 T W. Ward, 6 boxes H. Lincoln 8t Co. 1,023 Rice St Thaxter, 1 box A. Orrenough, 2,000 Order, 1 box Deckbam & Moore, 3,000 E. K. Jov, 1 bos Amos Noyes, 200 Gilbert St Sons, 2 boxes J. N. Blaney, 2,349 Sampson St Tsppan, 1 box G- M. Sampson, 6.000 M. W. Piarce, 1 box H. Inches, 1,930 Hands, Fox & Co. 1 box C. Wilkmi 8c Co. 1,183 Order, 1 box Lombard 8c Whitmore, 640 E. Jackson, 1 parcel gold J. H Pearson 8c Co. 1,800 This is atotal of $1,900,000?an immense sura. The commercial news is Interesting in many points of view. It appears, what we hinted at yesterday, is about commencing, viz. the opening of the spring trade of Eng land. The symptoms are an increased supply ei bills of. fering for discount, but not to an extent which affects the price of money. In the manufacturing districts there is undoubtedly an improved business, but not sufficient to warrant the extraordinary speculations in cotton in the face of the large crop. These speculations have been attributed in some degree to the hostile tone of 8ir Robvrt Peel in Parliament, on the receipt of Mr. Webstsr's die patch. It will be remembered, that that dispatch claimed an unconditional disavowal of all right of visit or of search. Sir Robert peremptorily declared he should not recede from the right of visit. The movements of the currency are very interest!*?The following is the return to March 96 :? Ba*k cr Kvecsnn. March 25, Frh 25. _, 1842. 1B43. Increase f Ircnlition, ?20,013,000 ?19,371,000 ?3.11000 Dspism, 12 001.000 11,201.000 |793 ''00 Hecmiliss, 23 010,000 22,091,000 1,til 000 Billion, 11,051,000 10,9*5.000 109.000 The Bank has advanced tho Gevernm> n'. ?1,000,000 of Syceesilver on deficiency bills. It will be remembered that some months since we animadverted in strong terms on the iniquitous movement of the Bank in making paper money artificially plenty, to favor the avowed determine tionofthe Government to reduce the 3} per cent stocks to 3 per cent. In another column will be found an extract from the London Bankera' circular to the atma efl'ect. Alio the ^statement of a repudiation of a large ?um in Exchequer billi by the Oovernment of England, on the ground of an unuuthoriaed and froudulent act of an agent. Thin ii precisely the act and the reaion for it of Miiiiasippi. The difference in tho sum doca not vary the principle. The amount of apecie letting from England doea not yet alarm them, became a? yet the unemployed money in the Bank continues to increaie. The following table will ahow tho progreia this year : Oi'ncfi or Gold ard Siltf.r Bullior on Coin Eiroantn from OiliT Bhitair. from tiii Viar i837totmc ioth of Mirch, 1843, Accordiro to At* Official Rcturu JUST MIDI TO THI HOUIK OF COMMORI : ? Year. 1' ?f Gold. Ox. of Silver. '101,481 13 010.004 4SI.43I 13 339.813 1849 037.311 13,800,483 1840 374.671 16,008,377 184 1 31,033 13.334,417 1841 117.103 13,081,788 1843 198,813 1,440,310 Total, 3,031,347 87,366,117 The gold, in money, expirted thl< year ii woith ?780,400, or $3,600,000, making with the ailver $6,000,0 m in two monthi, and nearly ai much an in the whole year of 1S37, and morn thin in both your* of 1*41 and IftW,while the proportion of aileer i* larger then in either previous ypar. Wh*t rn enormous drain flora thia preaent ! and aa the quantity in Ilanlt increaara, it mint come from tho circulation of the kingdom. In relation to American stocks, tho moat amusing follies are in circulation. Bomn writer published a recommen dationto the American bondholder! to sun the defaulting State* in tho Supremo Court of Washington. He bases

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