Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 6, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 6, 1843 Page 1
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. f ' tou '"LJI _ ... Hf** ""TBT"*" 1 ti ??il. H3 .w*ui? mo. 3305 The <>reat Hunker Hill Herald, Published uu superfine pupcr, containing u lull accoun) of the c?lehration of Bunker Hill, consisting of tbe descMptionc, and Mr. Webster's oratioi j accompanied with Ave splendid engraving*, comprising 1st. A rare and original Tie*' of the Battle of Bunker Hill, which took place ou (he 17th June, 1775; exhibiting th? array ot the American army, engaged in deally conflict with the British troops, their alupa and hup ior.ina Jnd. A view of tho procession forming on Boston Commo;i. 31. A view of the procession crossing Warren Britlne. 4ih. A viow of Banker Hill Monument from tbenertb, on it looked on the 'ny of tun celebiation, with the flags ubovr and crowds below. 6tu A viow of Bunker Hill Monument from the southern bay, as it looked on the quiet ttubbath morning alter the celebration. Annus will please transmit their orders before the edition will t h sold, at the demand is unprecedented. The price, whole*ale,to agents, $9 per hundred, or eight cents jiercopy. Retail, lij cents. To be bad at this office. NhW Y 'KK SCHd iLEV'S I > ' MOUNT ilN *ND EA8dlHR Via K. ?rd sTmenille I* Koad Scliuot-v'? Mouut-iin. leave p'er N" I -uilh river, at IS o'f'i ca A M d*ilv (Huiidiv* txctpteil) by aieamhoat to Klizibrthcortj or leave Hie font of ( ourtlaiid atreel at 9 c'oc? A M, bv "J Kailroid to Kljs?helhtown,. thence coniji cr wuli iliti cars f t S mrrville a-Hchet, ihtnce 20 miles to th>- Moun aiu?trnviugeaily iu the afmruoon Kor I' as'.oo Im'c u abo*e proceed bv railroad to Somer viile. coaches from thence (only 34 miles,) arriving in ?ost?n 'at? o'clvck. This ou e, on ?rcount of the short dii'arce by coaches. ma Utn^ it b/ far thr m iat pleasaui and expeditious, com melds it rcl; to imblie pationsce. Mr Bamlenon the proprietor at 8;> m?r?il t, I as p ovided h:mielf wi h carriages <ud horses tj ac coojnuMla'e i rival* pailics with extias at the shortest notice, an * o i reasonable terms F->r seals apply to H D. Hope, M'rchauu' Hotel, 41 CourtImidt st. I*- jrugrrs fr*m Plii'id-'phia to Schooley's Maintain will leave Phi ?d*'|ihi< at 7 o'cb ck, A. M., hy New York railroad liw I'Nc* l>iMP>wirk dp endid coaches fr?.m ib?nce, airivi g ?t tn? mountain eirly n.-m^ afternoon. j23 2m*r ROC KA WAY I'AViLXT'"-? LONG ISLAND KAILROM). ** "*8 Tra;na open this ro?d leave Brooklyn, ^ooth v .1! F?riy, fiir J n aic?, where coach" are iu readi u*?s lor that d-ligh fnl ieiorr, t?c MriuePavilISR3H2L lion, -t tin foll.'wii.g lioun, vizHalf put 9 A. M..4 i-'ufrck and htlfpj?t6 P VI. Re'ntring, l<" ve Jamaica at 8 A.M. 12 M. and 5P M. for No* Y?nk. HVe to Jamaica.u.; through from hionklyn to t ie Pavilion. 75 cent* j?I4 6**r ?.?, AtUtANUK utiN l'. /AllH: AND f IIMUHT REDUCED. ^ UKOULAR MAIL LINK?KOR PROQe^Bek,jyij?VlDH.>Li6 AM) BENTON, via 8TO1SC^JE_JZ.!NUT0N AND N E W POKT?C oin poaed olthi- following ?ni't-rior ?ti>niner>, running in connection wilh t'^e Stouintton ami Boai<>ti and Providence Hailronds:? MASSACHUSETTS. Capt Comatock. HHODK ISLAND, Capt lhayer. PROVIDENCE. NARliAiMNSETT. MOHEGAN One of which will 'eave New York daily (Sundays ere? pled) from Pier .No 1, Bitt-r/ Place, A. Kt\er, at 1 P. M ARRANGE vtKNTfi. 'Pnc RHODE ISLA ^ D, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wrd-ies<iay lor Stuoiugton and Newport, and Fnday lor Storiiurftou Thr MASSACHU^RT l'fl,Captain Comitoclr, on Tuesday laid T.inne ?r for Stoi.ingMn, and Paturdiy for tttonington, Newport *ud i'rovideuce Piiikcnurrs, ou the arrival of the steamers at BtouinittOD, vvxJI lie immediately forwarded in thr tpli-ndH and commodities Cars of the luilioidto Providence and Boiton, aud if lot Newport will pra-ced in flic steainers on Mouday, WedDeidai and SatordaT, and <>n 'he intervening diys, proceed via btoumtton Hailrxmi to Provuleuev, and tmru thence in the stenner lol..?, without any additional charge. Tickets lor the roate ruid steamers' bertlu can be secured on board, oi *t ibe office of HARNDEN b CO., No S Wall street. tT7"On and after the 10th iu?t, freight will uot be r-ceived una forwarded after half-past 4 P M. piD6m* m NEW YORK*"AND KING 8TON (J flCAiVl f'REIUHT A P-D PASSAGE ^ mo| For KuiksIou, add I tela ware and Hudson rlT ?steamboats EMERALD and NOR The hMti>ALD, Captain John Ketcham, will leave New York foot ol Murray sueet, every Monday and i fmrailay at 5 o'clock P. M. Will leare Kingston (Rondrnt landing) e?ery Wednesday an;! ; attirdav at 3 o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John uaniuels, will leave New York, fool of Warren street, every Wednesday aud Saturday at W.ll l-'ave Kii.^tton (Ronilou! landinc) every Tne *y and k'ni! \y jt 1 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TKIT8. The EMERALD will leare l!ie toat of Murray atreet e?ciy Snrnly morniuw at 7 o'clock. Keturuinu leavn Kjtisiicn at 4 u'f )<"!b uv 1".y. Kor fre talit or r ??<? xiiuly rn board, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW k CO, 'l 3in?i 164 Wftr ?tr?et. MAYOtt'rt OKKl? l>, ) (."HaaLEtTon, S C , J tut 0, 1S:J. i TO KENT IfOiv i Ir.-M Olf YtAKS, O KOR R?LE, waft Tint l-tr^e an) c immodiuua eitablithment known as [.j# the ?'htilrst"n Hot' I,annate i n,' I * t of the city, JjUm,'roi)ti:iK I'U Meeting ?tie-i, i .uili un Hayi.e meet. n*>d arl|u m ig th* n'runr? ian;o of nhj|< *a!e n< r?a; eaat on Hct I I'rrn; pKi'.hou Pi ci rr a-raet 'i he hotel i? a'iur i;o feet by abont 17} le id"ip (oa-stores hi?:li coutaimug abotu 1)2 p-ilo't 4 id i h iinbei bes de? the fji-ma'or ladies and g nt'emen; a b'r rea.iiii: rootn, offices, au'i rMiiii nod ^iieitrD; alto, fi- r corrs and a barbei s room, iu 1 ia*.aiyf iru'ing on Harue s:r rt?a ltf((cittern, contarn g no ut 81 000 sa'l<n?, and a foicj pump, in ca?e ?i fire, attached thereto. BUo two w, lis on the pre.-iiise*. The whole Ir in oi ihe Hotel embellished Willi a spacious two atory colionaie. Tt im< nf sale will be, a eredt ettending orcr a p-rioj of at lra.l B yexrs, r.nd conformably ? > the provisions of tha ltte "Sivr ! ire L >an Act 'se. ured b? mortgage of prtinues; up pii ?cd tif.flii.y wiil be rqaired on 1c se or sale Crooouls addresred to the >iayor of Charleston, will be received until (he i5th July Li-it. J. 8CHMCRLE, M.ror N. H ?Th- following oewn.a *i?: the >ew York H?wld nrd Connor k Kiiqittrer; 'he M-tfon Con ier; the 1 hiladclptm Uaiietr SHUtt Hai-'te : the tt.ltitnor- American; ihs Iaew Cileans Bh; tin Mobile Ke iur md Jo-ioal wilt ir g rt the iu i coiip csuui place, once a week until the lith p-oiinn, mil firtvaru their accuunti for payment to C.iu'ier otlire. 13' wi jy lit COU.NTKY SKAT FUlt 5? A Lb?Tu Bfc LEI* 01U LEASED. MIT iiaituatedon th: Kent 'i?Rf ?t-ont an mile* frcm *ew Jo k, accei'iblent air hoi>ri of the d*j l?y leanboat. stagr* rr mlroa<l and ( r heal.h and h-nnty of (iriMuvet cannot be norpnMed. l lu liooae u i f atone (nearlr new) lam and coHvenieut, witiigreau-nonae. tta lnand every ue?'r n ? out-otm in g ; ine kiouuoi, id <u< iuiii atr *, ?rc nut u with fmii itttt aud the bt of evei> dcacrij) uo. It will ee l?t lor il>?aua>mcr crforone or more yfr< Sot paniculareepply 10 JOHN HUNT 8t ' O, IJO iw*ee 18* Warn rre't _______ MINTHKBK.LMoNTHOUaK. NEW BRIGHTON ?Trtj suheenbei rmvuufttnt up this e*tat> ishment at a gt'Ht eipenae 'or th<- comfort of hii fueii^* ?n l <ho public, nud tnuf il for the v?rr libera. pationeae alieat.v be :o?eu ou him, liu?ta by hit to pleaie lor a cou'inu,wce of it He beg* to infarct the?n that hi has rill two double and til erauiKle roomi u 'Occupied, which he will Ittr.n urnt low to mil ihe inula, if immecist; nrvlica'iou be in??lp,, nd will be happy toa-< imino.mte lxrsoc* whmo* to eoj .y tua ueanty tuJ advauiate* of ihn plscc. Th? it of the most deatrahlc on the Terrace. Ho 'Of! < ve< y ti;:e I .tree bulling house directly in f out, the boaiurra cnu ei<jo7 that Iniary with the git-aieei conveui .nee and plei?rrro T. e itramboiu ply constantly tlrmifhont the diy to and from Now York. oitpaUii PltM#. Bilmubt Houte, New Btikhloo. June ItS IJI3. jM' r'AHIa UOvJl'ft AMU LABI'S MADE TO OKUMl By K. SUSER, 176 Broadway, (Basement,) Uu? Daor from Courilandtatfert. E SUSEK, Bootmaker, aud maker ol Lasts, an "Elye" ol Clerce of Pari*, he^a li ave toinl<>rin hia <Ti<:uda*>iJ all ihu amateurs ol a ijesultiaatily "el.auaiure," tliat ha cjn uow inak':, iu New York, with the beat branch .ni'eiials, all that i* io perfectly made, in latta. by lus master tile celebr.ited bootmaker Clerce, winue mr-ierom customers on this aide of the Atl>?ut'e, are reap etfully innted to try MUSEK'li boom nnd last* be lor" they despair ol be inn "chinaae?" iu New Y irk, alter the ulceit, I item t'ana Uahion. Alto, the uetiuiuo Par;* Jet Blare Vcr.nah sold. mil) Tw"r ? '1'iiE fOUHlll OK JUlY: HOOTrt A ND SllOfctt. 40^9 l.i eaii tfoot aud .Shoe Market, No 509 Greenwich street.? L*uie? aud tfrnttnnen sve ail' ucii to call at ihe above ?t?re and provide ihemse'rca tiith n-i?onat>!e summer roots, alippc-ra, gai'era, tic, m.inf in the nr.tot and mixt fashionable atyle, aud sold us cheap il uoia llu e "huap-r lhan elrewhere. Heads ol latiui pi will >.ivr moi.ey by c-llinii here, r.t the clie^o depot D u't fornei ihe enrnfer, Clinton Cheap Bovt aud Snoe M irket, N?. 300 Oieenwieh street, corner Siring at. *ii*fl ln??r ' I.OUH AT THIS! Loou.of he?tqn?!'ty, f4 to $1 M Kte: cn, do do 1 to 3 SO K:ne ?cw?>1 * 9? to 3 00 f>KK?d a 50 Moro -co ()?.. j aj I'eal tfliiunrrt <'mll 1 75 to '^00 Cloih huttou IMttw, 1 25 I'mnclla do a L3 Kino Calf 8hoe?, utirehed, 1 00 Call *hoea, 1 U# to 1 75 Boy'* Sue ?wed hwli, 2 25 " pegKnd bo?U, c Jf, 113 " H-.\l:,kin an J Or.iln, 1 1*X " 1' ine Calf Shoe*, I 25 " " Kip Shoe*,.-. I 00 Youih'n 8ewe" Bo't?, 1 00 to 150 LADIES' bduTNk SHOES.?Ladiet, in theae (lures yon will lind Ihe greateat aaa r ment of Waiter B >( ,*, Hlii pera. BmiiK a, Tie-, Fmnellt Bmaina, licht and dark colored h^ll UiKcia, llouae hlipp'r*. whre and Black attliuilipper*. aauii Itaiteia, Miaara and Childrei.a' frauera, bu- alia, wlicper*, tiea, und all other kind* of booti and ahora. of our own tnauufiCtnri tig with the bett of Kiench K?oda and wanauted to ba ilia but filial ? i t'.rrti ftl fhe: at Ta.7 .iiiai U'l C.innl It. j) 'inr UtittUOUa lit t.AHUX. v^u A CaMU-To th? 70,001 nuuiaiiieo and 40,MO ? - m ?? ?J l.?oieai f New Votk. 'Alie mbac lucr ti-ndTti Ina (.oini'liineiila 10 the Lau> a, aid would iufjr n th. ra Iw la loruiahina rity m de lion 01 thv bvit amd at auc.t ?i-icfa aa cannot fall to aait tne moat economical. Ueat Silk Uniura, made to ordet ?J JJ ? *a 50 Meal Proutll " " ' * 00 a 1 it 1? a I liH uidin "ip art (Ii>4 I 00 / Ml?a*V U utera W I 00 i Ti.oae whoiull at .hit atote tuvari?bly c*ll ?Riin?the hea< 4 uf thn a iti?l< cumi of nia mitomeri with hia p.icea and ihe curability of hiaahoea. >> D -Liij an.I rouutiy d?ale'? can hare their oidera eteeoitd on tlie in.>u far?r.?t?l?* -crm*, aad with tho ? m.ide by u>? he?t vTorkniro in the c< uonr 0. < . l/HOiiif'H LaHie't Ah* 8ti r?, TSu. iI Cathciiue it, two dojii bc!ow r>la iiaou at. I yl Im'tt Amu anon. el'uKi; .<Mtft)tTOi JOHN r-.ftlA.UV reaiwrtl'ully ml irm* hialriandi ? ?> ; ootid. Hut he jma ctuninencao bnnueaa iu the afeott till- . . >. i>. f 1 Na??n airf-et, w.iere hr will tli.mklnlly iecei*c wim .mm ii' ?.? ??a ornrri ne i*.ay n? mmeu wuu he ii 'it rf wooible terms 1 or east). *?r i I n! 4 E NE NI THREE DAYS LATER. FRO M E U <1 OP E . AttttlVAL OP THR STEAMER HIBERNIA. This fast sailing steamer nrrived at Boston Mon- 1 day morning, at lour o'clock, bringing datea to the evening of the 20ih of June from Liverpool, and London the 19th, making a passage in 12 days. Under the proper heads will be found all that is really interesting in the. continental news. The epidemic amongst oxeu still continued in Egypt, more than five thousand, lately purchased for Ibrahim Pacha having died of this distemper. The Iocujis of Egypt have nearly destroyed the i cotton crop. it was nopea mat me approaching ' inundation of the Nile would destroy them. The Pope of Rome has ordered prayers and procetsions, to implore protection against the grasshoppers A very extensive failure in the iron trade has been reported Irom Bristol. The firm, that ol Harlord, Davis and Co. was of high and long standing, and said to be possessed of extensive iron works. The amount ol the failure is reputed to be for half a million at least. The amount of treasure in gold, diamonds, (tec. captured by Sir Charles Napier %t Hyderabad, is stated at ?'200,000. The annual meeting of the Odd Fellows at Bradford, was attended by more than 500 deputies irom all parts of the country. As Wombell's Menagerie was proceeding to Knby, the lioness whelped three line cubs, the spotted hyena one cub, and the wolf nine. They are all doing wt 11. A person, named George Goldie, has absconded with ?3-10 belonging to ihe city of Edinburgh Lodge ol the Independent Order ot Odd rellows, ot the Manchester Unity, ot which he was treasurer. The Prince of lady writes from the great metropolis to a Iriend in the country, " I nave also seen the Prince of Wales, a9 odd, wretched, funny, and ugly a little fellow as ever 1 set my eyes upon." This is certa nly by no means complimentary to the looks ol his royal highness. Repeat, ofthe Union?Agitation in Manchester. ? i he agitation ui>on this question, which is now convulsing Ireland to its centre, has at length reached Manchester. Wednesday evening a number of Irishmen were parading the streets, and levying contributions upon the thopkee|>ers. Their num bers were not very strong, but the intimidation and threats were ot such a character as to force money from many of the shopkeepers and publicans in lli-j neighborhood of St. George's road, the principal resort ol the Irish. Information was conveyed to the police, and immediate steps were taken to put down this system ot extorting money for an object which la disapproved of by a great majority ol ihe people, i Th-re la d secret movement going on here, by which 1 considerable sums have been added to the " repeal ' lund." There are upwards of 8'J,?I01) Irish in Manchester, and great numbers ot tlnm have formed j themselves iuto societies, and declared that they will not deal with either publican orsha, keeper who will not contribute 10 lurther "repeal." Thus/ considerable sums have been raised and sent over to Ireland. Ireland. The repeal agitation still continued to progress in Ireland. The following account of Another Great meet- ' ting in (hat country, develops the bold, indeed the daricg, tone ol defiance which the Irish leader now uses towards the British Governmen;, in stronger colors than any previous one. The crisis is evidently approaching. Mallow tvae, on the 19ih ult, the ecene of the next demoubiraiion, at which -100 (JKK) persons are said to have been present Large bodies of troops and police were stationed in the neighborhood. The enormous multitude graded the town in procession,and thea proceeded to an ot.en space, whi-re Mr. O'Connell delivered an address). Mr. O'Conuell dwelt mui 'i on Sir Robert t eel's use ol the Qv en s name, and a Loid L) ndhuret's assertion HA ? the lush v. re ali mis in blood, language and religiftn? "When he heard nun say that they were aliens in language, he replied that,talking the same laiiguage, . the aaxona S|>oke it wall a hissing, croaking tone, whilst the Irish .-poke it out fully from the lieai l, and gave the significance of cordiality to the words they uttered." l!ut his most notable speech was at the dinner: when six hundred persona sal down to table. He began ihus? _ . "The time is come when we must be doing.? (Cheers ) Gentlemen, you may soon learn the alternative to live asslaves or die as Ireemen. ('Hear!' and tremendous cries of'We'll die Ireenien!' mingled with cneers.) No, >o'J will not be Ireemtn it you be uot perfectly in the right, and your enemies in the wrong (Criesof'so ihey are! ) 1 think 1 perceive a fined disposition on Hie part of some of our Saxon traducers to put us to the :est. (Cheers ) The efforts already made by them have been most abortive and ridiculous. ('Hear!') In the midst of peace and tranquility, they are covering over our land with trooj?. ('Heat!') Yes, I speak wall the awtul determination witn which 1 commenced my address in consequence of news received litis day. There was no House of Commons on Thursday,for the Cabinet was considering what they should do, not for Ireland, but agaiust her (Cheers ) But, gentlemen, as loug asiney leave us a rag ot me constitution we will stand on it (Tremendous cheering ) We will violate no law, we will assail no enemy ; but you are much mistaken it you think others will not assail you (A voice?'We are ready to meet them!') To be sure you are. (Cheere ) Do you think taat I suppose you to be cowards or tools? (Cheers ) 1 am speaking of our being assailed.? ('tirar, hear!') Thursday was spent m an endeavor to discover whether or not they should use coercive measures. ('Hear, hear!' and hisses ) Yes, coercive measures; and on what pretext 1 (Cheering.) Was Ireland ever in tuch a state ol profound tranquility! (Crieu ot 'Never!')" He imputed the Waterford expedition to the misinformation ol "low vilo Orangemen," through whom the people were to be coerced ; and remarked thai tnere was not a tingle Irishman in the Council on I hursday. He proceeded? "What 1 want you and thein to understand is, | that we are sensible of the position in which we are placed?(cheers)? that we have our apprehensions ?by appiehenaiona I do not mean tears?(loud cheers) -hut they are threatening ns Irishmen, peaceful and tranquil;and lor what onencel ('Hear!') An Act oi Parliament binding two countries together is insisted to t>e repealed by the Irish people.? ('Hear, heai!') Have we not the ordinary couragc ol Englishmen! (Tremendous cries ot ' Hear, heat!') Are we to be called ulavesl ('No, no! ) ? Are we to be trampled under foot! ('No, no!1 and cheering.) Oh, they never shall tiample me at least (tremendous cheering that lasted several minutes.) 1 was wrong, they niay trample me under toot.? (Cries ol'No, no!' they never shall ) I My they may trample mt; but it will be my d^-nd body they win trample- on, not the living umn." ('Heai!' and must tremendous cheering ) Dublin inielligence ot Tnuraday reports another Repeal deinonstmiioii, at JWurroe, near Limenck, 011 Tuesday?KM),000 attending A parish priest headed the sjwakers in "the daxou," it nd handed to Air. O'Conuell lor Repeal rent Mr. Thomas dteele " Hung open deliance to Lord de Grey and the bloody villains?Wellington and Peel." The proceedings at Ennis, on Thursday, were distinguished by the same enthusiasm which has characterized all the gteat gn'herings recently in Ireland. The numbers present are variously estimated Irom 250,000, o 800,000. One or two extracts Irom Mr. O'Conuell'sspeech will intficc:? Men ot Clare (he said) he tiad news for them ; the repeal was coming ; they were on :he very verge y( carrying it, and it would not be long post|H>ned. (Cheers ) Clare liao spoken out, and Irolund once ai(ain should be Iree. (Cheers.) The voice ol ( l<tre was heatd again on the wilu winds of heaven wuh the power ot the storm and the torce ot light inn);?iw powenui light already proclaimed liuerty lor old JrHand, and frightened Wellington ot Waterloo, imii Ins conlidani Peel, the spuming Jenny. (Cheers and laughter.) Glare beat Wellington, and klucked down Feel?(cheers)?und laughed at both lor tailing. (Ch?ets and laugnter ) Ye#, the fiteen loliage ot Glare was ?pread out be tore them. Peel and Wellington were the toes which they hated, and were quaillug beneath ihtir exertions; their banner wan waving onihe Hiimmii ot the loliiest bill in Ireland, and lei bun arc the hand thai would bring iidown. (Cheer* ) The lorce with which they contended lor emancipation wai not cne*tenih ot the power which waa then displayed through the land. For . ? . . / A J -- J <1 /UWI A<tA - A Immat lorinigni ne aanrcwu ui niruchrertul, healthy, chirping, determined, and |*ace- | W YO KW YORK., THURSDAY able men?myriads, whose arms slumbered with more than the giant's streng li in the table, and whose physical power was auk to conquer fcurope and Amu. (Loud cueers.) in the course ot his speech, Mr. O'co'iaell stated, that he was told by a distinguished pernon, who had it Ironi ihe Queen's hps, that she never authorised Sir Robert *Vel to use his name us lie had done in the House oi Commons, tor putting down the Repeal agitation. He ?Uo stated that in a tew werks lie had addressed 2,000,000 ot his countrymen, and Hint when lie got 3,000,000 of Repealers he would proceed on tt new tack. Alluding to the rumois abroad lor putting dovyn the agnation, lie said the Sovcriinii'ut had resolved upon not coercing them; luey wished to "coax ttie buds otl the bu?n." It tbev were prepared to sever the church lrom the state in JrelunU, he should be much obliged and delighted witn the change, and meet them iu excellent jood humour, "llie real sinew?the arms," as iVlr. O'Coiineli says, tlowed in iu abundance. J?l,2n0 it Euuia, ?bU0 at Murine. and Heaven knows liuw much troin Atliloue <>n rsunday; und uo one need wonder il tue repeal reat for ihe next week lar exceed ?3,(k)0 In tne ilouse of Commons on the 17ili ult. a very important uua animated diecussiou on tue lrnm Anna Hill look |>lace. Hie lollowuig extracts Irom itie repot t will lie read with interest, as tney pieseut lie ?euiimeni8 ct boili the great political patties: ? SirJiiiKs Obahau lilu, that if the state of Ireland was what Mr. Hoeouck had described it, mis bdl out to bo paused at oiicc. It had had ita origin in an Irish Parliaweiit j it had beencoiitiMUed by a British legislature ; it tad been renewed lioin time to time lor hfty yeais ; and woul 1 tbn llonsi-, in the alleged mate ot lieland, refer us urthcr maintenance to a committee above stair* 1 He hen slated,liom the otlicial returns niadu to the Home>Ui^e, the comparative numbeis ol muideious crimes in England and in lieland, showing a vast proportional ex;o?s in thulalur kingdom. Mr. Wyse, the mover ol this :ommittee, had himself introduced a similar bill in 1840. l'liv proposal ot u committee aDove stairs was a lutile one; ;he giouuds mken t>y Mr. Wurd and Mr. Hoebucb were much highei; and tnu sooner the opinion ol Parliament was expi essed on tliem the better. He enumerated the many luetfectual measures ol conciliation and concession which Had passed within the last low years. He listened to the attempt which had been made bv Mr. Ward to break down the In h Church ; and he desired, that il its licsuucuon were deemed by men ot weight in that us euibly to be a subject t< quiring a decision, the suuject might be specially biwught bn ore tnu House. He . ad always been a lriend to emancipation ; he had believed the declarations, the anticipations, and the oaths ol the noblemen, geuiiemen, und clergy oi the llomai. Catholic faith, who, however, now appeared to have grjally deceived themselves. Further measurt s ol couciliation were now required ; und he called on these who demanded 'hem to point out what measure ol conciliation were now in the powur of Parliament, which would not involve the trauiler ot the land, and the surrender ot the Church. Lord John Russkll justified tho coursn pursued by himsell and his colleagues in their loriuer renewals ol this till, admitted that he saw no suiiicient (inference between the ciibumstauces under which those renewals loo* place and theciicuuistauces ot tho present day, to relusu his vote lor proceeding with the bul. To particular Clauses, indeed, he hud objections ; but those clauses might be resisted in committee VVuu MJMOt to the ge neral state ot Ireland, ho warmly censuriu Sir J. Graham ior haviug unnecessarily entered into it on this occasion. That Flight Hon. baronet had made it matter el chaige against the Catholics, that they had not been sufficiently gratelul lor past concession,ana he had declared that conCis-ion had now reached its liuiii. When the liovernment uf lui 6 continued the Anus hill, they were contemplating ol a conciliatory character to accompany it, one respecting tithe, aud one respecting education , but not so the present ministry. Lord .iielb. tirueN government had endeavored to give an unrestricted municipal franchise, but the Tones effected a lestnction. An extension ol the parliamentaiy iranchiae n?d been proposed?the Tories li ad successfully resisted it; aud since lh? ir accession tootficetnev had materially departed lrom tiie doctrines which tney nad held on that subject wlirn they were in opposition. Ho next adverted to the diitlculties attendant Upon the agrarian question, and thu total atiaence ot oia elimination among the ' midnight legislators" between justiuliable ami uiijusutiabic ejectment*. For this he unew notthu remedy. Then a* to the Church question; H appeared to hiu> that a mere destruction oi the cata?luUmeui in 1'elaud would have oaly the effect ol d> straying all cstablishmeuisthiouMhuut the three kingdoms The plan proposed bj in 1336, wxuld, he believed, have been successful, il it had been lulupted then. Hi* own view was, that the best way now w>.uld be, not to depress the establishment,but to ruise the Hnmmi Catholic clergy . The present statu ot that clergy was one upon which you coulu not teat much longvr. 'l'ne subj ct shuuid be coiisidcicd gravely, without pnjudice ana with a view M conciliation. Thepieiient (iuveinment of In lund did .. ,in his opinion, petiorm its lunciiont in a mmine- which uu^tit to obtmn lor them the coi.fidt-nee of the people. Bow in cordi .Jity to concede, and in litmiiess to resist, that lio veiument was wanting. It was true that many 'oncts" ion* ha.t born m<*de to the Catholic*; but this w as only b. cause i ho debt you owed them was so laige but a nisj >nty upon a Church debate in that House, ttiougu it might give a party triumph to the Ministers, would worli little satislactiou to the lush people. HU trusted that Sir It. Peel would not act 111 the spirit ot lome o* his colleagues, but maintain to the Queen what she so lung had hel l, th? altuctioua ut her Irish ?u jecta. A givat meeting of the Irish Conservative Teers and Mrmtiers, was lield at tht^arl ol Wicklow'a the 17th ot June. Resolution* expressive ot a tleteiimnation to support the Government m the su|>prn>.-ionot Hie repeal movement, and touched iu very strong language, were passed. On the 14th ult. a great anti-repeal meeting was held in the Rotunda, Dublin. Piotessur Brett delivered a verv t-lc.iuenl aiieech. denunciatory of (he repeal movements. The Conservative pariy in Ireland are evidently considerably alarmed. A woman :s in custody at ballaghadtrrine, county Mayo, who has been in service for six months as a man, and in that character marricu a female servant! Fourmt n, who reside near the slate quairies in Kilkenny, were arrested tor the murder ot Mr. Marum, m mat county, some years since. The gunpowder works, within five miles of Cork, formerly held by the Government, Hre now at lull work. Down House and offices, at Strokestown, Roscommon, the residence oi James Cooper, ht<i, were in great part destroyed by tire recently, and ihe family rushed from their beds through the flames. France. Ihe political news is of no importance. The "Journal de Calais" states that a system of smuggling was discovered this week at Boulogne, which is worth mentioning. Tulles and otiier goods were e nclosed in leaden cases, made water tijiht, formed to imitate pieces of rock, and covered with sea weed, to better carry on the deceit. These cases were thrown out by the vessels bringing them nlong the coast on the shingle, so that tin y might be tucked up at any time by the carts employed in gathering stones tor building or other purposes. It is said that Ibis system has been going on for a length ot time. Ihe sa i.e paper titles that at Calais u plan had been practised tor some time, ot introducing tulles in barrels ot beer formed with a double bottom. Ihe trick was discovered this week Ov one ol the custom honae nllircra txkinir il miii his head to sound the bar.el. The " France" gives the following piece of scandal Some sensation has been created by a lady having eloped trom her home with one ot the well known fashionables who frequent the balcony ot the Grand Opera. The liutband set the police on the track of the fugi'ives, but they bad crossed the Irontier into ^pain from St. Jean Piedde-Port, at the moment the order for their arrest arrived there. Spain. Humors had reached Paris that Espartero and the young Queen of Srain had fl-d from the capital. Die h'tench government is accused of withholding the n<;w? ir<>in Spnin for purposes t.f i's own. There was no truth in the statement, though it is evident that the po-iuon of Kspartero is still critical. The embsTii8sm',ntsof the Regent arc increasing Nearly the whole of Catalonia is in anna against him, and a considerable portion of the troopj sent to quell the revolt have abandoned hn cause, and ctded with the movement. The whole of the garrison of Barcelona has declared against Espartero, and the same may be said of the garrison ot Tairagona. In Valencia, the Governor was killed in an at)ray, snd Ins body ilragged through the ktreets; and the constituted authorities are liors de combat. Some fresh details have arrived ol the events of Barcelona and Tarragona. On the 10th Zutbano attacked lleuss without success. On ihe Dili he brought 2-1 guns to play upon it, and Prim, to spare ihe towu, retired to a village near, whilst the towns men capitulated. Portugal. The Oporto Pobres relates that on the night of the '29ih ol May a number ol Men proceeded to the cerra ae mar, tin cjuchbitt m< iuwh, and cut through with hand-sawa and pruning kuivt * no lewer than KM trees; which they pulled to iht ground And lett theie to rot. The treea were very Hue. and greatly prized. The papera teem with M utiuMMl number ut niurdcreHndronberieu in all pana ot Portugal. Kgypt. Our private correat>ondeuce from Alexandria, ol the 27ih ultimo, announces the intention ot the fucha i>t E^>|H to pr? ceed with tlie execution ot the long proj?o?ed work ot joining the Red with the Mediterranean, by m?*anj iT a einal to he cut Irom Sue* to Paluaium. 1R K I MOttMlJN(r, JULY 6, VM Markets. LowDOfi Monk* Mahkk r, June 19.?In the 8toclt Mar ket una moruimj, tliero lia> Imcu u nligut d?|ne?#i?u in CunsuU, owing to tl?f daily aggravation of ultaire iu Spain, Whir.h m.n.-iir In h?- fuLin.r < that mrfV ?QI)Vt'lt all unltr in the Peninsula, and again lead to foreign intervention, astspartero alone can hardly have the means of comliatni' uu insurrection organized throughout the whole country. Oi course Spanish htock has, more than tho English, been depressed. Our observation* under this In a I on Satuiday hare been fully verified; there wal no jobber at la to take stock when ollerr-l lor sale, and u decline of two par cent, in the New three per cents took place ut tho lirst opening ol' toe maikot; there was no feasibility ol dealing until the price* fell to a**, whenu slight maud was made. Private accounts | from Pans are quitu positive as to the power ot Christina to carry the whole nation with uer; but it may bo leared that iro n the luijioiioility ol tuo ^uaen returning to Madrid, theis only oveithrowing the prasnt government, without the means ol organising a new one,which would lie the cumoaeucenient ot scmir* ol anaiohy und coutu sion, lata! to the interests ot all t^o bondholder!). Ol Course the 8 per Cents, are le?s affected. The lurther decline in the Com Market lias given a little mote firmness to the S ock Market. Consols are 98j to 93} lor Jul); Reduced; 91} to93j; Bank StocK 174 to i'Sj Hu."1 aoed jj, lui j tn lot j; Long AunuitieH, to ?2|i Lxchtquer Hum .>3 io i>S preui.; do. ut 1J1, 40 to 48 prciu. The Spaniith market liad been extrnni-ly llut, but a further fill was mopped by the |iui cUmd ol u le ad ill g dealer ol live per cents; the quotation* are 17j to 10 tur 6 per cuius; do 26jJ to Jb lor uu? 3 per cents; foituguese, 40jto II}; Mexican, 'id to iSJ; Brazilian at*' baa lallen tu tiiij to btij; Ordgiau lOJ to 103; Dutch i 44} to o4J; do 6 per cents, 99| to 100. Litki<pool Conor* Market, June 30.?Our Cotton market continues heavy, and puce* though not decidedly lower, are, owing to the very lu ge supply, raiheriu favor ot buyers. Dullness has continued very dull as regards Cotton since the depasture ol tho Great Western, ai,d ws canuot perceive the least indication ol improvement. The matkut openr-d veiy languidly on Saturday, without any rpeculutive inquiiy. The Rales amounted to about ~i,6U0 baies; and yesterday 3,.">00 bales were sold to theuade. The supply has proved abundant, but no lurther aluiation has taken place in prices. The Corn nado continues dull, aud lower terms have been submitted to lor Win. at. The weather since uur las-' report has continue I brilliant and warm, and has lurther Tended to check speculation. in Tobbaco we have no change te notice, and American 1'iovision.. remain she same us previously noticetl. Livki.fooi., June *20.?Cheese, U. S.?Since our last, the transactions in this article have been limited,owinj to the martlet been cleared, nt our public sales 30 th ultimo, of all saleable pai eels. Fine large cheese is wnnt'd, nnd will doubtless command qui'.e us much money as at last salts We repeat our Inst quotations, as we leel they would lie fully supported il We had the material to uct upon, viz; oroinary 3d a 40s; middling 4j a 44s; line 4As a 48s per cwt. duty paid. Duty 10? til per cwt, with live per cent added. Bed U.S.? In tins article we have at length imports to the uxtent of a lew hundred barrels a^id tierces, ull which have madily been taken at good prices, excepting one parcel of 'iUO tierces, called "t'rinie Mess,"which were lound to he short iu weight, und extremely irregu lur in quality, aud were coiuequently withdrawn. On the l Jtn and 14th instant, several parcels ot the late arrivals were oil', red ut public sale; but pricos not coming up to expectations ol holders, only a moderate business was done, but it led to private transactions, in which ail were taken ull at the following rates, vi* I'ianters' (packed in imitation oi Irish,) ol rather inferior quality aud light Wright, at 90*; India 88s; Navy 80?; and Mess at 70s in bor.d. 1C0 tierce* ordinal v me?s brought only tils a tils and ten bairels OJOO lb) Winche?ter s Ohio mess, were nold at6Is,in bond. It should be remarked, that all ?f tho above bail was short in weight. The tierces were stamped 33d pounds, but the nett weight did not average over 3:18 pounds, which caused dissanslaction.? Whether tho tierces be packed lor 304 lb. orS.'lO lb. thoy should invariably contmn that quantity, and something ' over if possible, as this gives coulileuoe. Caro should uiso be taken that the miJdle and bottom correspond with the tops of casks. In the late sale this was another cause lar iiiiuriuiis ivmnrk. Kvlru nn-ss and tauiilv beef, trom ttneldige cattle, say lro:n 0 to 12 cwt, would, we think. Command 100* per tierce ol 33H lb. in bond. Duty, 8s per cwt. with hvo per cent added. Pork.ll. 8.?Only one mall lot of new has arrived since our last. It was ten barrel* Winchester's Ohio m< ss of'200 lbs. which were taken at 37s 51 per barrel in bond. Tin* poik exhibit* tin; ukumI characlcrist c of Western cored, namely, wli and oiiy, cls though Indim corn bad been scarce in that quarter. We look with some anxiety for the new Boston and N. Yurk city cured to convince the dealer* hero,tuat no country can pioduce fi.ier, firmer, or sweeti r pork than your si'eol the water. W?o repeat our last quotation* at 32i a 341 for prime, aud 3t>s u 38* tor met*, per bar rel of JOJU)* in bond Duty,bs prewt, with Sprceiu ad,led. Lard, U 8? A lair business has been duwg in thi? article, and prices fully maintain**!. Flue sweet i* becoming scarce, and would lully command our quotation*. 1 Lienor, i'S* a 30*; middling 3'2ii a 3is 6J; line 35 s a 8iis per cwt. duty paid. Duty -2s p*-r cwt. with five per cent added.? Ham*? Dried U. 8 A lew cai>ka ol Boston cured in b ig* havo been olfeied; but withdiawu, being mamlestly out ol condition (ritiemely Foft) Irom want ol air Tbecatv.i* is tjniti. a sufficient piotectiou, and casks *houl i never he used lor thin ?rticU. We repeat that 60* per cwt. might beolitaiued,duty paid, fur prime well cured. Duty, M" per cwt., with live per cent added. Bulttr, U. 8.?>0 sweet on biaid. Homemade extremely abundant, and unusually low, say sweet Irish, lOd a Is per lb Duty 203 per cwt.,and five per cent adited. Butter Urease? luqui ries increase for this article lor sheep shearing, and par eels are readily taken at 35s s38<percwt, Juty paid. Duty Is 9J per cwt. with five per Cent added. 80-1 er* Urease ? .No arrival*, but clean would command, we tun k, 30* a a 32s percwt.duty paid. Duty 1* 9d perewt, with fiveper 1 cent added. Wheat, U. 8 ?The return to line weatner ha* placed a damper on all oblation* in this article, aud a part ui ihe lute advance lias been iost, consequently we ure brought down to our last quotation* et 7fca7s0d per 70 lb* lor tree, while 4s 9d a 6* p- r 70 lb* may be quoted in bon*. Present dutv, ttd per 70 iu?, with five percent added. Flour, U 8 ?The sau?-cause ha* affected this sr tide; and little or nothing is doing 111 it. Sweet Irie is 27a a 29a 01. Sweet, in bond, 31* a '23a. Sour, in bond, 29s. Present duty, 12i old Per lirl. Thk Sandwich Islands?From the British Government.?We give the following from Monday's Madisonian?We have no time lor comment:? Thk Sandwich Islaisp* We are grati^crt at being able tolay in lure the public ihe following despatch, re. ceived by the Secretary ot Stale, from Mr. Kux, the British Minister: ? WtiHixnTON, June 36th, 1843 Sir: ?Her Majesty's Govei nment, previously to the departure from England ot the last steam packet, bu4 alrt ady received information,though not officially, oi the provirionul occupation of the Sandwich Islands, in the name ot Great Britain, by the offici r commanding her Majett) '* ship "Carysfort." I am directed by the Earl of Aber.leen to state to you, for the information of the Government of the United State*,that the occupation of the Sandwich 1?lands was an act entirely unauthoriztd by Her Majesty's Government; and tnat, with the leant practicable delay, due inquiry will be mndeinto the proceeding* which lad to it. The British Government bad already announced to certain Commissioners, who ai rived in Great Biitainin Match Inst, on the patt of the King of the Samlwicii Island*, that 11 -r Majesty had determined to recagnize the independence of those Inland* under their present Chief. To that determination her Majestp's government iutemls to adhere. At the name time, however, it ia right that it should he uuderitood that the British government <<|ually in.end to engage, ondil necessary tocompell, the Ctiiet of the Sand wirh IxlanJs to redres* whataver acts ot injustice may have been committed against British suDject? by that Chief,or by bii ministers or *g< nu, cither arbitrarily or under the false color of lawtul proceed ings. Instruction* which dnrirg the pant year were address* .I by Her Miyi'*ty's government to the British Consul resi. ding In the Sandwich Island*, anil to the naval officers employed on the Pacific station, enjoined tho?e officers to treHt, upon all occasions, the native ruiers of the Band* wich Islands w i'h forbearance and courtesy ; and while iiffordmg due and efficient protection to aggrieved British stityi-cts, to avoid interfering harshly or unnecessarily with the laws and customs ol the native government. It has hern the desire of the Bnttsh government, regit, luting the intercourse ot it* public sets ants with the native authorities of the Sandwich Island*, rather to strengthen those authorities, aud to give them a sense of their own independence, by leaving the administration n( Justice in their own bands, than to n ake them feel theii <lep? nden'^e u|<on foreign power* by the exercise ot unnecessary Interference. I: ha* not been the pu po?e ol Her Majeaiy's government to seek to establish a psi amount in Itienco (n those islands for Oi eat Britain, at the expense i?f tb?t t-njoyoil by other power*. All that has appeared ifquisito to Her Majesty's government has "..een, that other power* should not exerr iso there a grcutcr influence than that poMrn?'l by Great Britain. I nvail myself of thu occasion to renew to yon the assit rsnco "f my distinguished consideration. (Signed.) H.8. FOX. Hon. Ann P.Ursitcs, fcc. fcr. Tremendous Fire at Fali. River.?We learn from Col. Hutch, (who was thin morn in? informed hy his correspondent a' Fall K iver) that a fire broke . out yesterday about 3 l*. M.,m the cabinet maker's shop of >1r. Wtstgaie, which, before it w*s arrest ed, had laid more than one quarter of the vilage in ashen Lost from *200,000 to $300,000-8100 (NO ol which la supposed to be insured by the Bn.'twivJo Mutual Fire Inn Go. Among the (rincipal building*-destroyed, are the well known PocsMrt House, the Manufacturers' HoipI, the Custom House, Posi office,(paia-rs, letters, tec. saved) one large lacioiy. Methodist, Kree Will Baptist, and Universalis Churches; Fall Kiver Hank, und Savings Iiistnution From one to two hundred buildings?dwelling hoiiae0, dry goods stores, dec.?are supposed to liav^ been destroyed?the wind at the time biowiu* heavy from the southwest. Several ^ individuals were mote or less severely'injured. The village thin morning prt senied a scene o1 heart-rending desolation and contusion.?Hnffim TYanttript,37 in*t. Navy Otnuts, June30 ?Com. W. command the Warren; Lieut. Arthur Sinclair, to command the I'lunix; burgeon Ueorge Terrell, leav? ii J fti.j-t: u ii % / 1 Ihref monin-; i dwru jiihniiimiimii, i\. ii vvyriwii' I to llie < 'n-Kn-Hyr; Piifwd Midshipman II. Town| nend, leave one moruh. IE RA i'S. Proorkhs of Oovirnor Bocck.?Our indefatiga- ' ble and innumerable rrpoitt-ra mid correspondent* J have followed tne triumphant progress ol the Jar- . mer Governor from place to | lace, until he was sale- I ly deposited in the FMlMMttll aputmeatsol How- * ard's Hotel. We subjoin the reports of several of J our John Joneses, nnd it' nnylhing further should ^ transpire, we shall receive it by "special express " I Sltitf !Jlii|(. ' [CorifHpoudauceol? the Hernial.) Sing c-ino, July 3.1843 , (jovrrnor Bourk in IVettcheaUr County. i Dsar Bennett :? My last left his Excellency ut Sing; Sing on Monday morning, where, after rnakirg a lew private , calls, he btar'ed from the residence of Colonel Car i miehaelfor the village ofTarrytown, attended by a < lorag escort, composed mainly of citizens of Sing , Sing in carriages. i On his arrival ut Andrew's Brook, he was met by the cotnmi;t?e nnd several hundred ol ihe citizens ot Tarrytown and Ore< naburgh, on horseback and in carriages, and welcomed by an eloquent and appropriate address by Mr. Charles II Lyon, to which Ins Excellency replied in an ofl-hand manner (hat | demonstrated his Urniliarity with ihe scenes of our ---i . 1 _ i..11 .1..., tiruu nn rhimir rfV'MlllMW, IIIIU It mil reuse nm> Uv ground; niter which the procession escorted him to the Friinklin Houae, where he was greeted by the citizens. After dinner his Excellency called on Dr. Beck- | man, ex-Mayor l'aulding, and Steuben Swartwout, t Esq , nnd at four o'clock left tor White Piains, attended by an escort of the citizens of Tarrytown. C. j White l'luln*. [Correspondence ot the Herald.] witnk Plains, July 3, 1843. Great Excitement among the Dutch? Unprecedented llise in Sour Krout. Dear Bennktt :? 1 hive only time to writ? a few linee, to give you timely notice ol the Rreat events which tire about to tulie place in our little village. The bage ot Pcoharie Creek nnd the old white horse are on th?way. The dreadful note of preparation has already been sounded, and the greatest excitement prevails among our otherwise quitt and peaceable citizens. Hii Pu'ch Excellency was expected in our village SatnrHflv. and much preparation was made to give |um a gratifying reception One of his greatest admirers, J. W. Tompkins, went to the trouble and expense of getting every thing ready to prepare, ut the shorted notice, a "sumptuous feast of lat things," in hourly hourly expectation of the arrival of his democratic highness; but us Friday parsed away and no signs ot a Governor api>eared, and us the hot weather w?.i about to make ead work amongst the choice meals, ifec , which were p itienily awaiting his arrival, they were all trails/erred to Dr P.tlinerV ice-hou e.whei.they still remain; and some consternation prevatla this morning, owing to u rumor in circulation that a larye keg nf t>our kr< ut had been entirely spoiled, and will prove a dead lots upon the hands ot the ownt r We received wurd this morning that Gov Houck arrived in Sim; Sing un Friday, uud would remain there until Monday, when he would set out for this place. As soon as this word was received, the excitement commenced. Even Bishop Crawford, the Loan Comraireionei, partook ot the general excitement, and paraded the village, like a recruiting t'lfiuer, inviting and urging ?very one he met to appear on horseback, and meet ihe great head of the '* hunkers" on ihe Hroux Bridge. J. Warren Tompkins, a nephew ot the late lumented governor, .ind Charles A. Purdy, a brother of th? celebrated Aldermau of your city, immediately started for **'iog Sing, lor a second band of music : and Jlenty Wille's, our pood Matured 2)ui?civiaot, commenced preparing a speech, with which the great democratic chief was to be welcomed to our village. Even now, whilst I write, ihe cannon h sounding, the committee maki g arrangement?, An.l oil th>-> while *cmit>in metal Mo .viiik martini wundt' 1 will write agaiu to-morrowand gave you an account ol nil the proceedings. Yours truly, O P. Q. Recent inn of the (Jovcriior at White Plaint. IC</ric?i.<iinleuceul the Herald. J Whitk Plains, July 4th, 1&13 " What is the end oi all f.,m? ? 'tis but to till A certain portion ot uncerta n paper ; Some liken it to climhiug up a hill, Whose summit, like oil other hill*, is lost in vapor." Byron. Dear Bennett( William C. iJouck, the great political philosopht r of the "Viy Sutnit," Ex-Canal Commissioner, Governor of the Empire State, and owner of the oltl white liorae, Acc Acc., arrived in our village jesteiday afternoon, at six o'clock, aj anticipated in m. cpirftle of the 3J inst. His Excellency fouud ver> comfortable quarters at the private reaideuce of Joseph Warren Tompkins, a gentleman of some amiable qualities, but who, at the same time, it unlike hid great namesake, of Bunker Hill notoriety, as under.circumstances requiring the exercite H courage, he is so very unfortunnie as " to lose hM hat." At about five o'clock in the afternoon, our village presented a scene of unusual animation. Mesci!:. ( Tompkins and Purdy had arrived from Sing t^inij . with a band of music, (lie darkies began to flock m i from " the hills," with tne axious inquiries alter tin | " Ciubbernor," the military, and ihe gentlemen on | horseback hegsn to collect at the place of render- I voub near Tompkins' oHice?the music i?ealed fort- ; its-sinrim; notes, the cannon sounded, and evety j thing si-emed to add to the tutvreet arid excilemet ' ol ttie occasion The Westchester County Guards, under Oaptan S. C. Tompkins, with the band, commenced th line of n.arch, followed by about thirty of ourcit zena on horseback, whose object was to meet th Governor in the town of Greenburg'.i and escort him to this village. And, Mr Editor, had 1 the pen of an Irving, or the pencil of a Cruikshank, I could convey to your mind some idea ol the appearance of the cavalcade ; but ce I have not, a. ' my similes aud attempts at delineation must necef sarily prove abortive. Neiiber the gallant Hudi* bras, when mounted and equipped for lu? patriotic campaign against bear baiting, nt r the less oouraijeous, but more romantic Ichabod Crane, when on his way to the residence of the lo\ely Calrenu Van Tassel, presented uscene more unique in i's appearance, and rnor original in its design, than that presented by *nm>' ot oiirgood democratic fellow citizens, when mouii ted on their long-tailed nags, tor the purpos** of receiving the first and last farmer Governor of thEmi tie Stot:'. Among those on horse buck, I noticed N. H. B . I with Ins iron gray, nnd it can b? truly ?>ud of him that? " A better caTaliirr ne'er mounted horse. And heing mounted, ne'er got down agxin.1' His gray on this occasion reemed to be nnmmnlls*l irued, nnd it seemed that ?" *o fiery he would bound, A* if ho grieved to touch the ground : That CiejMr'<i horse, who, as lam'- goes, Had c?rn* upon bis feet and toen, Was not by hall so tender hoof'd, Nor trod upon the ground so >o!t j And as that beast would kneel nnd ?t?op (Some write) to take hit rider up, Mo NichoU*' (it iii well known,) Would often do to it t him down." I also noticed among the cavalcade He?ry Wi'- 1 lets, our supervisor ; J. W. Tompkins, who aciei! | as h kind ol Genrnlwinioof all ihe forces; Ddiiie! | Dusenbury, formerly member of ai-sen.bly trorn j your ciiv ; C. Kutherford, editor of The Spy ; air' Bishop Crawford, who acted as a kind of aid de camp to Tompkins, and a number ot other gentle men too "tediouVto mention. met his Excellency a short distanc beyond the Bioux bridge, in company with Or. Benjamin Brandreth, President of ihe village or t?in< Sing, and ol pill noioritly ; Thomas J. Carmiciiael, Caleb Koscoe, editor ol the Wcat?;hesi? r Herald ; Demos Lyon, a id other gentlemen Iron. 1 arrvfown, Sing Sing, and I'eekskill when he wn? introduced to tlie V* hue Plains Committee by our Supervisor, and ihe united processions proceeded it th- Plains. Here ihe Governor waa received on ih?i>, 7.7.i in Ironi ot Mr. i orripKios'aou?r amiu iii'roar ol cn-inon mid ih?* ritninj(ol bHls, (th. j wn? in very bad taste) and v a-* first inlroduced t< j , Caleb and W. Tompkins, broth*- ?>l tic- ? mt? Governor, William Barker, and other old ffen- J llenien. Hp wad addressed by J. W. Tompknw j with athort hm u^pmrriatetpeecli, in winch, in ih j i.aro" ol hi< l"llow-ciu*ens, lie Wf Icotned uia r *oel- | lenoy to Write Hams and to the county ol West- * cheater Hp Mid they were particularly gratified J # L?. Pri?? Two Ctntti ?v a visit from fh?* < -hi?*f VT it of 'h? ite i' hi?time. 11" to ' i '? ?v -r v>r% e ) i itnon villi the lamented Po'ii.tkma i>i the c lamiU ot die ?latc?hoped his Excellency'* at,ly vno u mw >nld te made agreeable?thanked t'l* Ciovemor on h < iwn behalf for th<- honor h" h*d don^ him by ac!e|)liiiS5 his hospitalities mid on betiall* ot hH lello* :itizena lor his visit to tins place, and coocluded (>7 milling him thrice welcome to the village ot Wmt? Plaun. The (Joveroor, in reply, said he \va< gratified bf ,he?e demonstrations of re?v?ct (ro n liij le'lo*citizens ot WVstchewter; and thanked th* p-ople of White Plains for the honor they had done h m by this reception. His Excellency spoke of the critiL-al situation of count/ in the "dty? lli?t tried men's soul*," beiii? bounded oa botli Hides with navigable water, and expo*?d to llit* nl' ih.. onutnu a wl spoke of Schoharie county, as v>;newn-it simdariy situated, beitifj surrouad'-d by the "rneriltti /<? gens," who descended upon their settlements aul murdered and scalped their wives and children and carried off their property, without giving them a moment's warning of the horrid tat>- xvhich awaited lhem. He and he had lately buried hu lather, at the age ot 8fi, from whom lie had learned these horrid stories id' the cruelties of the " 'ngens." He then referred to Governor Tompkinp, with whom l.e hud been aa-wciated in his public duties. "And," said I.e, "n.vl am here amoni! his neighbors and relatives (and here is his brother on my lejt,) (pointing to the venerable 1st Judge,] [ will relate an anecdote which happened iu the history ot that great man. During the last war, he was offered the office of Secretary of State by President Madison, an office which is generally considered a stepping stone to ihe Presidency; but aa his friends thought his services could not be spared in the State ot New York lie refused to accept. He said that when Mr- Monrof: was nominated for the Presidency, Uov. Tompkins thought justice had not been done him?that he was entitled to the nomination for his services in the cause ot hi? country?and that the politicians, not the people, had cheated him out of the nomination. His Excellency was certainly too extravagant in his eulogy upon Gov. Tompkins. He said he did more than any other man in existence tor the successful termination of the war? that New York, without Governor Tompkins at that time would have been like a rudder without a ship, [at tins slight nil' talie, l aiscovereu a pieasam smiic upon the serious face ol S. Ward, who was Hai.ding near the t-overror.] In conclusion, the Governor thnnked Mr. Tompuinsfor hie hospitality, and bio fellow citizens lor their generous recepiion? alter luting said once or twice that he wae but a plain farmer, and did not pretend to make speeches. The Governor then went into Mr. Tompkins' drawing room, where he was introduced to most of our citizens ; tin; band played a few national aira and the people retired. "Great things were row to be achieved ot table, With mii?y pIatnfornrmour, knivai and lark* For wuapoui," as tiie Governor pa! down fo a guinptuous repast at Mr. Tompkins'.-1, where he spent the night, and this mornin? .it 5 o'clock, he started for your city. Your's troly, O. P. Q. Wiinhlogtoit, O. C. ICorneiftomlenca of tlie tlt-ntd] Washing ion, Waturda^ July 1, 1843. Hie Cuhiiiet?Itx iVrie Appointmentnirui Dttttntioni ? '/'/if C'/ioifKf CommtMtonrr?tht IVealher. It lias been decided that Mr Upshur is to be Secretary of State, Mr. Henshawof Boston, Secretary of the Navy, and Mr. John Neilson, of Baltimore, Attorney General. So you perceive the Actum Pre. udent has made a dip into the democratic ranks for two of hiri Cabinet. Mr. Nelson, who was inducted into office to-day, has been n prominent Van Buren man in Maryland. [A corresooqdent from Bsltimoreeays lie is a Calhoun nun ] He i* an amiable gentleman, of some talents, and aa the people generally care verv iitt!? who or how many men Capt. Tyler may put into his Cabinet lor tbe next year and a half, no one wiil take the trouble to question this or nnv other appointment. Mr. HeiifUtiw, who been appointed S? cretary of the Navy, has been ht-arii of as formerly a druggist in )i iston. and more rt-c-ntly as Collector, lor a *liort j*e tod. He is a "Calhoun man," which is the reason lor his appointment, as the President informs Mr. V.'iue. A persona! Iriend of the I'rrsident a?kerl him, a day or two since, why he did not bring some emin *ut ."-talesman into his > abinet. He reolied that the two great parties o( thecouutry mono polize'1 all lite talriit, and In? was left tu nuke ihe besi of what lie could find unions the Tyler men Mr. Wise arrivtd liert yesterday, but too lute to efU-ctiiny ol>j?*ct, lis the.appoinimenis of NeiNon and Heushaw had been made before nis arrival The i'rtnidrni told .Mr Upshur that it was necesH?ry he should leavf the Navy Drpartment, as a new arrangement had been made. lie retires with the good will of 'he whole Navy; mid it is much to be regretted that the srrvice is to lose bo valuable and Tr^pectabie a lieud._ Mr Spencer is disappointed at th?* promotion of Mr. U;>ehur. nnl threatens,secretly,vengeance moat dire. Mr. Ui>t.hur will hold no conference with him whatever. The President thinks of making a visit to Williamsburg, to mak*- another upeech, as soon as Kobert has finished writing it. Mr. Ousting, the Chinese agent, it is said, will sail in the Missouri in about four or five weeks; he is to be lauded in the Meditenanean, after which the sliip is to proceed to Kngland. The heat or ihe weather is very oppressive. The thennometer has been standing at })6 in the shade for the la?i two days. Various projects are on foot to celebrate ihe Fourth of July. 1 wish you a cool day, and much Inn in New York. John Jones op tiik White Hoitsb. L.IHJINA CORDIAL, OR THE ELIXIR Of LOVE In aldca nm?, amine tho Jem, That loin * ?rc^i?l wile iriKlit cliowe? WiOte ii ft I. hy K? '? niikiudl7 doom. No <!*n t<> <s to H??* 1.1* I ome. A llm?, u.c K i ' in matron I'myta to Uu'iue, Hie mnwii < p.tjoii < kUirptia-i wire*, w ioeh ae t <llr'HOtheir aid Trir'H >?t' Ir*is ; A'iU venoow.lhe meek Warm aa her clime, aud (eutier tau? |l chi dlew >? !?? month. Irotn her biidot Kliea weepi./ to her troieleta idol. And with ri Mti hnida, inaecenta wild. IVtiuoiu Br^m?h tor iSiill : Y'.r we!! ?h> k.: ivrr, I,ore ihucs to bleaa The Hindoo i?-d el ban'iioeu. 3o much l*r love in d ly'a by gone, And ?**A*e r?!iim io ynnrowa; (iutMjr.etrn iww. u ei Love ? c amaniva in out mid, .t iienli uuiea I No ofltiaiea coajncal felicity, )a that diatnrix ci? ?> , e'eu in l?i? eity. Vei mar ilie h*ne?, if they ?rr 'i he ui?T'i, "iucrctae and ranlupty," Wi'h 'L'ire^ K.I'H'r" (or h r!rie->J, Tlia chilrtleaa nre'a repining* cod But not ih? p'oeiestira power AIob-, it thia Klmr'i dower. <;one?imptt,>n'? ill* it will prennt, With ri?o* clothc the unyocetit} Huprr??? nalett, whate'er ita, A'.d all lifa t Innetiona reuorata. kruDtioin from t ? >\in it trhaaea, Ann urini/i hi. g bemty and <l?e irrirea t 'Tia irorn 'ro l?Tin J neVr dceeirei her |i rom Klr-f Alf"?a it ieliere? her s \nd e>eh (I se?a?. (with proper eare, too.) Her (Vr i--l frmte term la lieir to. i but imtha, wlioci!i? ihemfiction Minll hare?*;rn iroc'n cootri?!ict?ni>. trrtera?*.(' fonr* ot a".eatmi"B? fro-i tl" jvaua ofemy na i m; tVifi rai'?i?e? 'rom ill i??rtfr?, Vmrj t'V L'ia.-nae ml U'i*?k?r?'ii, I hottaanrfi >*|) 11 iy, witli fluttering bl/' lib. Almoet Witbin thej-iwa of i)eath| Now in their nightly prayeta repeat ') h?nh? to Li'e'a friend, in !*aasf.n ftreet. An iom?tiin*a i?mr the rery unmher? Or. dr'nniriji of Dnriv't nroeal, Cry ?nt for in? 'Lncin* OoMiiJ. I>rtn"a orurrinir this m-ificuc fom ih? country, t>T ?ea<irf ? rrmit'in %e, r?n na'f it boied n> nod rent to aoy p?rt cf tho Union. I'ner fl per bottle.or JJi (trdotea. It it ulao for ?*lcj iu riit'adelphia, at 90 North 8uth afreet, mil Im re CHANUEaulk locks for sale. James kylem invention. CUITABLi. for ft .kka. Ufficta, and Htore Jnora * ??? w- ?f?ry i? trqni'iA. IVxona la w.i:it o? a ft ?' Mt# aftli * '"f thr-t i"iri <>a*, mv uliliil ttie a*m- by *t>ply?>(f at ?l If in>inon ?r, c.>r iif ffodt 11^ ____ i" " ' RAIIK t; HA N.iK ru? Markov <> Fl M '.*n ?*?r or 10 let lor a Kim of y?<ra, [!? ?? lora ?f I ?od. >> in* c?rb?r of Fu'tyth xud Bian on at eela. on which ua brick four aloiy bui di ?, on* hundred IVwt in 1'mth ?n Ko>y h atr^t ?ad a*?ei/ty fir? fet ?j I iwth ? > M-ioion a'r-.i, hailt .tprtaaly for mioiiiaetofoff H'po... ? AMHERSTr'WItJtrf, ' Jyl lo*m >" W ? '? ?'??C 7?, SHiKTd. 7?, W I I, L I A M ITKK It T. _ _ ...unto ?r mtlovv ... \iok.n la>E. n. Ti 1 _|,nn'oaMr<rt? ?V *h.r? Mwnwn,,,,m ^ ?,, VV l?. ? \li ?<(l tiuJ ?? ?*?? > W * .Ik? .? ,,i itimi? i"?tn?? *? ?. It i" n..l t'i* 'ol'" ?2 m?<p|> ^r< in thi? adfrCUBoirul ?l'P"r " * ' *" ' 9? ' ft? ha0 ruhrs to ti? tin <n?wh it* <??? . ?4hiit?. ??ne<j lt,f *o?> ??fbli?Niii?pC to ?u t'1' hivh?fJoilMt ^ixtBwivi'ia *1 * mi?fh lofitf r*c* 4 w ^ ' o iu ih? of pnyiM """TKJTC^*^iTS^S. _ Mf" ? -&"*>? ?lMatM?ito W"?* ?+"* " ,l%#f

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