Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 28, 1843, Page 1

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a i mm m TH Vol. I*.?Bo. ?03._WM? la, 3411 The Great Bunker Hill Herald, Published on superfine paper, containing a lull account .... .. , _ . ..... nl' t V. a rtn oi uie ceieurauon 01 tsun&er rim, cuu>i?iuB w. ?- ? criptionr and Mr. Webster's oration : accompanied with five splendid engraving*,comprising 1st. A rare and original view of the Battle of Banker Hill, which took place on the 17th June, 1775; exhibiting the array of the American armv, engaged in deadly conflict with the British troops, their ahipa and thar forces. iind. A view of the procession forming on Boston Common. 3<1, A view of the procession crossing Warren Bridge. 4th. A view of Bunker Hill Monument from the nerth, as it looked on the ilay of the celebration, with the flags above and crowds below. 6th- A view of Bunker Hill Monument from the southern buy, as it looked on the quiet Sabbath morning alter the celebratian. Agents will please transmit their orders before the edition will be sold, as tho demand is unprecedented. The price, wholesale,to agents, $8 per hundred, or eight cents per copy. Retail, 12} cents. To be had at this office. FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. The lUyal Mail Sttam Ship CALEDONIA K. O. Lotl. ( oinmander.will l?(?ve Boatou for Uie above ports, on Tuesday, Aaiuit 1,1143 Passage to Halifax, 20,' Applrto D BK1UHAM, Jr . Agent. j?23 ttt f No. 3 "Vali street. r rt1 . UHAKT8 ON tNOLAMJ, 1HE/nyBILAND, lie? Person* abonl remitting ino>^?KflRjr]Mhury to their friend* in the ,-old country, ?"n supplied with Drafts, in lumi of 1, 2. "3,4, 10,20 & ?50. ?r an* amount, payable on demand, without discount oreny other chaise, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Btnk, do., Messra. Jame* Bult, Son & Co.. Banker*, London, I. Barned fc Co., Exch.iuge and Diicount Bmk, Lirerpool, Ea*tern Bank of 8cotland, Greenock Banking Company, Sir Wm. Korbe* Hunter St Co., HcotlaDd, and the branches in every poit town throughout Englaud, Ireland, Scotland (It Wale*, which draft* will be foswaraed by the iteamer* Great Wcitern or Hibrrnia. by W St J T TAPSCOTT At their General Pauage Qflice, 43 Peck Slip, cor. South it. N. B.?All letter* from the country muit come po*t paid. ly llr REMITTANCES TO IRKLAND, fce.?The yejwy ?nb?criber contiune* to transmit money in *um* large MwKor *mall. to person* residing in any part of Ireland in the same manner a* he, end his predecessor in buiineu have done for the laii thirty yerr* and more;also.to any part of England. or Scotland. Money remitted hjr letter (po*t paid) to the snbicriber, or personally deposited with him wits the name of the peraon or perton* in Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it x to be lent, and neareit poit town, will be immediately tranimitted and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or lor warded to the lender. In like manner money, or claim* on peraon* in any part of Ireland, Encland or 8cotland, can be collected hy the *ub*criber for persens residing in any part of the United State* or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. i 17 Im*r OK.OKOE McBKIOE, Jr. ?2 Cedar ?t JOHN HERDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PA3SAGE OFFICE. Mt M: M KmHTlAR LINEW PAOKE^bHIPS, 6nSout!i?treet, New Ifork. PASSAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liver* pool and Loudon, by the regnlar packet ships, railing on the lit, 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25ih of each month to and from Liverpool, and to and from London lit, 10th and 20th of each month. The subscriber ha* made nneqnalled arrangement* to bring out emigrant*, and can, with great confidence, as ure those perion* leading 'or their fritndi, that every due and diligent attention will be ihown them, and allwVo embark with them, faitage can alio be engaged from Liverpool direct to New Orleana, Mobile, Saiaunah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, B.v ton, and to the different porta or the British Provinrei, at the lowrit rate* With these arrangements, together with the advantage which his Liverp ol correspondents poiieu, being la ge ihip owners.and extensively engaged in the Ireighting nsineis despatching yearly at leaat 100 first class ships fmm Liverpool to the variau* port* of the United State*, with freight and passengers. The lacilny offered by this establishment is ansurpassed, and from the large number of tint class ships employed in the Hue there can be no detenuon whatever, which will be guaranteed. The price of passage will be at the loweit rates, and should any of those sent tor <lecline ermine, the pas sage money will ba as customary refunded. The steamboat fare from the different porta to Liverpool cau,aa usual, be ?? cnrcu. JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South it, N Y, or J. * W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants' aud Emigrants' Agents, No. 16 Goree Piazzas, Liverpool. DRIFTS AND EXCHANGE. The subscriber requests the attention of those remitting nonet 10 their friends to his unequalled prrangemruts for the pay* mtntof his dr-fta on demand, without d.tcnnnt or any charge whatever, at the folUwiLg Banking Institutions, viz IN ENOLAND?Messrs James Bult, Son & Co., Bankers. London. Messrs J. Barnard k Co,, Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool. National Provincial Bank of Entrland, and Branches throughout England ana Wales. Yoikshire District Bank and Branches. Birmioshim Banking Co. Lan"aster Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Ureenock Banning Co. in Glasgow and Greenock. Eastern Bank of Scotland and Branches. 1K&LAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. Am?gh Cork Ennis Mallow Athlone Carlow Enniskillen Monevniore Bt'lina Cavan "alway Omagh Belfast Coleraine K'lkenny Parsoostown 1} an bridge Cootehill Kiliush Hligo Hallvmena Dablin Londonderry Strabene Bindon Downpatrick Largan Tralee Ballystisnnon Dungannon L'meruk Waterford Clonmel Dungarron Monaghan Y?w;htll National Bank of 11 elandBillinasloe CasUeuar Moate Tipperary Banagher Knmacorthy Nenagh Tuam Boyle Fermoy New Ross Hinmastown Cosher <4*lway Rrscrea Tralee Carrick on Sair Kau'urk lloscommon Westport Castlerea Longford 8ngo Wexford ( hariesville Loughrei Tallow Wicklow Clonmel Mitchelstown Thurlcs N. It ?In sddition to the Liverpool and Loudon packets, the subscriber is also agent for the regular packrts sailing weekly fr >m New York to New Orleans, Mobile, Charleston, and Kavanoah, by which passage cau be secured at the lowest rates. jylltf JOHN MgHDMAN. TAPSOOTT'S GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. ^ ?& M. The subscribers beg to call It he atention of their frieuds N. B.-Th? Old Lino of Liverpool h?k?U sail from this poll (of L??rpool on the lit tail l*h of each month. PnttM returning to the oJd country will And it to their comfort and * advantage to eelect this fkronte Line for theu cou?eyance, w prefer* M? to uy other. 4*T j and the public generally, to their snperior arrangement* lor bringing out passenger* from, and remitting money to, any par* of England, UeUud, Scotland ar Wales, in tne magnificent packet ships, comprising the " NEW LINK 6F LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:Ship ROSC1U8, Capt. Collin*. 9hip SlDDONS.Captain Cobb. bhip 8HE.RIDAN, Captain Depeyster. Ship UARKIC'K,Captain SkidJy. New shin HOTTINOUER, Captain Burslsy. Sh?P 9 <JlP-iU ''".SCaptain Woodhou?e. Ship ROCHESTER.Captain Palmer. New >hip LIVERPOOL.Captain Eldredge. Sailing twice every month; And with the" UNITED LINE," competed of *uperior nr*t clais American ahipa. tailing every ten Java, will make fire ships in each month throughout the year, (or one every til days) thereby preventing the posai l-jiitv of unnecessary detention. I'assage* direct from London, Bristol and Oreenock to New r. AI to from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Sumo U o .r'etton. Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the vano-i i . tt in Bntiih North America, can at all times be engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their friends, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived fiom selecting this line in preference to any other, and they may rest assured that unusual earc will be taken to make the rassage agreeable, the ahips being fitted up with an eye solely to the eomfort of passengers. In all cases whe'tthe parties sent for decline coming, the money will be re'?ded without any deduction, aa usual. A ree pesaafe Irom the tar ions seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can alto be secured. The regular packets for which the subscriber* are agent*, sail as follow*, vie To and from London on the l*t, 10th, and 20th of eacii month. To and from Liverpool on the 1st. 7th, 13th, 19th, and SSth of r.ich mouth. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, aa J Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Person* in the connlry wishing to send money to their friend* by enclosing the snm they wish sent, with the name and addrm of the parties to receive it, nwy rely on a draft for the ?wv,n,inf Iviinii forwarded rwr tirSt nitrknf after the reecint thereof, and an acknowledgement Tor the tame returned per mail. Draft* at light, for any amount, are payable on demand, without duconnt or any other charge, at trie National and ftovincial Banks of Ireland and branches, Easte.n Bank of Scotland, Give nock, and their branches, Mrmra. James Bult, Son It Co., Banker*, LoniUn, Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool! id in every principal town of Great Britain aud Ireland. Further particulars made known on application, if by letter, postpaid,to W. k J. T. TAP8COTT, diy r 43 P-ck Slip, corner South st. m. tfb & [ Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and Itth of everj month.) Persons wishiug to serd to the Old Conntrr for their friends cso make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and hare them come out in this superior L.ine of Packets, selling from Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. TKey will also have a first rate class of American trading ship*, (ailing every lit dayi, thereby affording weekly communiontiou from that port. One of the tirin (Mr. James D. Roche) it there, to ice that they lhall be forwarded with care and deapatch. Should the partiei agreed for not come cat, the mon?y will be returned to thoie who paid it here, * uhout any redne tion. 'ftie Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ship*. vi* The OXFORD. fhe NK.W YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS, EUROPE. SOUTH AMERICA, ENGLAND. NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled airangemeata, ths subscriber! confidently look forward for a continuance of thatiupport which I** been extended to them io many years, lor which they are grate (hi. Those proceeding, Of remitting money to their relative!, can tall timei obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct OB the Royal Bank ol Ireland, Dublin, also on Meiers. PUCSCOTT. URotfE, AMES It CO. Banker*, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banki, or thsir Blanches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland aud Wales. Appl,.or.dd,.?.(,fbtleU.r^itfia(.d^KRg ^ 15 Fallon street, New York, nest door to the Pulton Bank. E NE IN NEW LINK Off LIVERPOOL PACKET^ Tr tail from New York on the 25th aud Liverpool od the ISih nf each Viirnth. ?fit m. ML ? KB..M Nf.WYorkT Ship R08C1U8, Captain .John Collins, 25th July Ship 8IDDON8. Captain E. li. Cobb, 25tli Au?u?t. Bhip SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. D.pey.ier, ttii! Sept. Ship UARR1CK, Captain Wm. Skiduy, 25th October. Krom Liverpool. 8!>tp SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Depeyster, 13th July. g '!P ^ARHH K, J aptaiM Wm. pkiddy, 13th Augutt Snip ROSC1U8, Ctptain John Collins, 13tS Stptfmber. Ship SI D DONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 11th October. Thesei hips are all of the lint class. upwards of 1080 iou?, Duilt iHUic eny ol New York, with ?ach improvement* a combine Geat ?peed with unusual comfort for i>a**enger?. Every care j been takes in the arrangement of their accommodation*. The price of passage hence ii $75 These ship* are commanded by experienced master*, who will make every eiertion to cite genera atisfaetion Neither the captain* or owuers oCtS at. . Mwill be respncsible for at y letters, parcel* or package uen by tnem, unlet* regular bi til of ladinx Me ugucd therefor. for freight 01 passage, apply to ?. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South it., New York, or to BROWN. SHIPLEY k CO., Liverpool. Letter* by the packets will be charged 12X c?ui*pcr single *be> t: 50 cent* per oance. ami newspapers I cent each. j>7 ec VHE NEW LINE OK L1VEUPOOL PACKETS. & M. M. To tail Irom New York lClli, aud from (Liverpool 5th of each mouth. Ship HOTT^OUEU. 10*0 ton*, I I6tU July. New (hip L1VEKPOOL, llifl tou*. i 16th John Eldridae, I 16th Aoguit New ?hip Great Wc*tert>, 1260 ton*. J .,,h l'hilip I*. WooHhouse, 116th September. Ship ROCHESTER, uiO ton., J lsih Mrt h?r Jeh Brittou ( 16th October' i'hc se substantial, last sailing, Tint cias* ship*,ill built iD the city of New York, are commanded by uien of experience aud ability, ana will be despatched punctually on the lfith of eaeh month. Their cabin* are elegant aud commodious, and are furnnhed witn whatever can conduce lo Uie ease and comlort 01 paste nl?r?. Neither t1 e captains or owner* or these ships will be responsible for any parcels or pack2ces sect by them, unless regiiar bills lading are signed therefor. If or freight or passage apply to WOODIIULL ?t MINTURNB, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDKN, BUOTHE11S fc CO., 1*21 r Liverpool. m NEW YOHK AND HAVnE PACKETS?Secona Line ?The snips of thu line will hereafter l?a?e New Yorkcmhe 1st, and ll.vie on the ICth of each mon'h, as foll"w?, vit.:? Ftom New York from Havre. New ship ONEIDA, t 1st March. i lbth April. Captain < 1st July. < lbth Auuuit. Jamos Kuuck.c 1st November.? I61.1 Dec. Ship BALTIMORE, ( 1st April. ( 16th May. Captain < it August < 16th Sept. Edward Funck.( 1st Deeember.i 16th Januaiy. Ship UT1CA, (1st May. ( '6th June. Captain < 1st Septembers 16th October. Frederick Hewitt.f 1st January. k( i6th February, New ship ST. NICHOLAS, C 1st Jane. I 16th July. Captain < lit October. < I6ih Nov. J. B. Pell.C 1st February. ( i6th March. Thearcommod ttious of these ships ara not surpassed, combining all that mav be required for comfott. The price of cabin passage is $ (-0. Passengers will br supplied with every requisite with the exception of wines and liquors. Goods intended for these vesse s will be forwaided dy the ubscribsis, Iree fro ? any other, than the expenses actually incurred on them. For freight or patsage, apply to BOYU U 111 Nt/KEN, Agents. jettec. No 9 Tontine BniMimr. cor Wall and Wnter sts. fOK >K\ HLKANS. LOUISIANA AND NEW V >KK LINE OK PACKETS For the better accommodation of shippers, it is intended to despatch a ship from thia nort on the lat, 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, mid Sitli ol each mouth, com.i cueing the 10th October and continuing until May, when regular daya will be appointed for the remaindirr of the year, whereby great delaya aud diaappointmentf will be i reveuted during the summer months. The following ships will commence this arrangement : Hhip YAZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE.Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captiin Hilliard. Ship LOUISVILLE. Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPEAKE, Cap win Miner. Bhip GASTON". Captain Latham. Ship HUN'J'SVILLE, Captain Mumford. Ship OCMLLOEE, Captaiu Lcavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson. Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ship* were all built in the city of New York, express for packets, are of light draft of water, have recently been j/wly coppered aud put in splendid order,with accommodations lor passengers unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced matters, who will make eveiy excrwn to give Seneral satisfaction. They will at all times be towed up and own the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owikrrt or captains of these ships will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for any Utters, parcel or package, sent by o rput on board of litem, unless regular bil.'s of lading are taken for the saico and the value theieon expressed. for freight or passage, apply E. K. COLLINS & CO., 54 South ?t., or HULLIN & WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will be taken to have the goods correctly measured. m4 BLACK BALL OK OL.D LINE OF LIVEll iflwyfOOL JACKETS?Hegular Packet, and tails TuesJMUI?rJ*V> the lit of AugtMt?The well known fast sailing favorite picket shio EUROPE, Capt. Edward O. Furber, will sail potiiively as above, her regular day. X he accommodations of this magnificent packet for cabin, eeondcibin aud steerrge passengers, are w<il kLOwn to be uusurpasted lor spleu.ior, convenience and comfort, by any ic to thrir interest to select this desirable convevanre in prefeienea to any other. For lerm? of paasii e, which will be low, early application should be made to chocie the bet brihi, apply on boar''. Toot of Beekman at'eet, or to the iub>cribcri KOCHE, BKOTHEKS It CO , 34 Fult-nstreet, next door to the Fulton Bmk. P. 8. The Europe will tail from Liverpool on the )9:h of Sept. Persons sending for their fncoda can have them bronxht out in her, or auy of t.ie packes comprising thia magnificent and unequillea lice, sailing from that port on the Ith and 191k of each month. Draf satsignt for a-y amoaat, drawn direct on the Rryal Bank of Ireland and on Messrs. Prescoti Urote, Ames k Co., bankers, London, which are paid f ee of ditc >uut or any charge whatever. jl everv town tluoughont Ktgland, Ireland, 8cOiland and Wales For nusage, itc., apply is above. The new and m-guilicent pecktt ship New York, wil succeed the above packet, and aail for Li?erpool on ate 18th An gnat, Jj^r regular dav, j v2i gait uLiTTilAcnrTALirTlNiroFTACiSiTi MffiFOU LIVERPOOL?Packet of the lat Aug ?The JHBjB??si>lendid fajtaailiug new packet ship EUROPE, Captaiu Kurber, will be despatched aa above, her regular day. Thia elegant ?hip his ucaurpaaeed accommodations tor cabin, 2d cabin and steerage pastengers. Those wishing to seenre berths will reqaire to make early application to JOHN HEKDMAN, 61 Smith street, n?ar Wall St. The splendid packtt ship IlOSClUa, Uaptain Collins, sails en the 15th inst. her regular day. A few more passei gers can y t be acco in modaled at the lowest rates N. B.?Paiaage fromGieat Britain and Ireland ,?ia Liverpool, can at umal be secured at the lowest rates by the regular packet snips sailing weekly. The subsciber has just cnelnded unequalled urMngemmts for the |>avment of his drafts at the following banks?The National and Provincial Banks rf I eland, and at all the'r b-anches. Also ihe Nanonal and Provincial B*nk of England and all its branches throughout England and Wales. Also the Eastern Biuk of Scotland, the Oreeuock Banking Co, and all their braochea, throughout ScotUu i. P or further particulars apply as above.! jy80 r JM row LI VKKPOOL.?Regular pacfcei of the 7th a9Sy<f Auguit?The very superior, fast sailing packet flSHMLsnip INDECKSiDENCE, Uaptain Nye. will positively sail as above. (laving very superior accommodations for cabin,seeond cabin and steerage passengers, persona wishing to embark should Osaka tarlv application to JOSEPH McMUKUAV, 100 Pine at., cor. Sooth. above will be ancceed-d by the apletidid packet ship Shatfield, Capua Popham, and tail on the Itii Aoguat. Peraona wishing to tend lor their lrienda tu the old country, can have them brought out by the above lhip, or any ot llierenalar packeu.by applying u above ; if hy letter toil paid. )v?g8T Mm LiyfcKt'CiJL?w~iiTSi^-.neKuier Packet of Jill1 Aug ?The Splendid Parket Bhi# ?jfijfcSIL)L)O.N8, Captain K 0. < obh, of IO.iJ toot, will pMiitively nil aa nbove, her regular day. Kor Ireight or auage, having aacoimnodiUtona uneijuaiied for (pleitdor ot omfort, apply on board, at Orleaut wharf, foot of Wall atreet, r to K.k. COLLINS It CO. 64 South .treat. Price of ptuaaga 17J. Toe Packet Ship bheiidan, Captain F. A. Dtptv?ter.'will aucreed the Siddotia, and aan the Mth of Sept. fauengert tuny rely *?n the ahipe of thu ULa sailiB( paneteal 1 aiadvertiaed _Jy28r ?OH >fcW OKLfcAMei?LOUISIANA AND JHfl^NKW VOHK LINK-Kirit Regular Packet-The Wvw^' rv faat tailing coppered ahip ()( O.MfiK, C?main Jackion having a very large proper, ion of Iter cargo on boatd, l early all enpated, can yet take ?<>me li tre firiglitif imu-e diate application ii mads. For Ireight or paiaage, having handiome foiniahed areommoJatious. apply on hoard, at Orleaua wharl, foot of Wall it. orto K. K COLLIN'S k CO. !* Sooth n Shipperi mayrely npon having their goodi correctly meaaaed. Age nit in N. Orleant.Hullin k Woodrnff, who will yroapt ly forward all gooda to their addreta. The packet ihin Louiaville. Capt. M. Hunt, will tacee?4 'he Oenn>e iyS7 "HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS V' n K. COOK K RETURNED FROM ENULAND. D E8PKCTITULLY informs h Irienila and patrons throngh*? out the Unitrd States, Canada, North ?nil South America, the British Colotii.-s, Sic , that having all the latest important leformatmn from Enrope, he i? universally perform!** caret of the wont ela?? ol Venereal Direaae in its moat rggrrvated foims.with nnprrcedented expedition and disrntch. and may spam be consulted na iminl. peri"iially and coulidrmiUly, athia otfu'e No 3 Norton atre<-t, Alo.iny, N. Y. Dr. COOKE attends reraona.lv to his natieou. COLORED ENOHAVINUS, rlescnntivr of Disease in both sexes illustrating all iti *ioat malignant forma with a complete Practical Treatise on Venereal Crmplaiiits and their immediate anl remote conaroumcrs, in eluding observations on certain aflictiona of the Uterus?may he emuined at any time if deaired by the unfortunate at the HoapiUl, when-patienU will find it both eouvrn>eKt and advantageous to board and lodge with Dr. Cooke, who will comfortably accommod ite them.while under medical treatment,until recovered ? ? , WhU'ver celebrity Dr Cook may have attained in the treatineat of Dis-ase, tie brlieves loVlunii tmo ether by that name m this cou try; this well known I'hysicia i and Su'ceon, who haa no Attenu, and la not connected with any similar estab i.h ment in the United Htatet. cin be foai.d at the Albany Lock Hospital. No. 3 Norton street, Albany, N. Y., and no where ''rhe unfortunate will please " attend to ihia part of their do ty, take due aud timely notice and govern themiclves accord"^REMEMBEll NO. J1NORTON STREET^ ALBA fit n. i. w vo fRW YOKE. FRIDAY M< SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NEW VORK AND PHILADELPHIA UAILHOAO LINK D RfcCT, Via" Nbw*h?, N?w Daumwica. PmifcKTon, Tbintoh' Borubwtown and Buriinotow. CassC'3 -IS^BK ^ 1 * THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leaving New York duly Irom the fo'.tof Courtlandt *t Morning Line al9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Liue at P. M. Tlte Mornma Liue proceed* to fiordentewn, from thence by teamboatto Philadelphia. The lCveuiuK Liue proceed* direct te Camdeu (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of cara. Pauciurer* will procure their ticket* at the office (not of Courtlandt atreet, where acomtnodiom iteautboat will be in readme**, with hatfipige crate* ou board. Philadelphia baKnaiie crate* are couveyed from city to city, without b*jw< opened by the way. Each tnin i* provided with a car in whieli are apartment* and dreuiug room* ripreuly lor the ladie*' u*e. Returning, the liue* leare Philadelphia from the foot of Walnutatreet. by ateainboat to Borileutnwn at 7 o'clock, A.M. aud by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'clock,*P M. i ne iiiin mr omnmore leave riiiiHUeliili ia at 7 >4 A. M., alia 4 P. M. being* continuation ol the line* from New York. je4 NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRAIN PORTATiON COMPANY. ^8BhS- 'tjCXanA NJiVV YOK.K AND NEWARK. Fur* rcducati to !<S cants. From the (ott of Ceurtlnndt street, New York. (Everr day?8uudaya.esc epted.) Leavea New York Leave* Newark At 3 A. M. At 3 I'. M. At 7 A. M. At IX P. M. 9 do. t do. I do. 4 do. U do. 4 do da. 5VJ do. 6* do. 10>4 IX do. (3? do. 9)2 do. do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Courtl&ndt atreet. Leave New York, Leave Newark. At A. M. and 4* P. M. At 12*P. M. and 9X P- M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN, I.eavj New York. Leave Elizabeth T?wa At I A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7k A. M. Stf P M. 9 do. 4 do. 8)g do. T do. 11 da. 4jf <"o. 10 do. 9X do. SH do. 13 do. The trains for Westfield, Plainfield, Boundlv v>k,8ou>erviilaf Stc., connect with the?;9 A M, and.4XFMt xinatrouiNew York, daily, Suodaya eicepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Towu 15 ceota. Fare between do auu Somerville. 74 Ccuu. Mlfw YORK. AND RAWWAY. Leave New York. Leave Rahway. At 8 A. M. At S P.M. At 7 A M, At 3 P.M. 9 do 4 do 8 .w> Hfi do 11 do 4*4 do d? 9 do i2 do 1132 do NEW YORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Krom foot of Courtland atreet. New York, daily. Lefcte New York. Leave New Bruuswie* At 9 A. M. At 4 P.M. At6 A.M. At 11X A. M. 5K do 7* do 8X P. M. ON SUNDAYS Leave New Yorfc. Leave New Brunt wick. At* A M and4* P M. At 11)4 A.M., and 8* P M. Fare, exchpt m the Philadelphia trains, between New Yo>h and New Brunawiek, ftO centa. Between New York and Rahway 25 centa. PasaeuK'eri who procure their tickcta at the ticket olhce, ra ceive a ferry ticket gratis, l'icketa ate received by the coa dartor only on th?* day when pnrrhaaed _ mil 3m*r FOR BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS OF THE WEST ASSOCIATION PASS^i OF* RE TO ALBA.N V. Utica, $2 00 Roeheiter, $3 00 Syracuse, 2 2J Buffalo, 3 I/O Oswego, 3 25 Up. tk Lower Canada^ SO For pataaxe apply to M. L. RAY. ml] Im 93 Barclay street. New York. PATERSON RAIL ROAD. Ab> ?\Hf. ONLY 2i CENTS. From Paterann to Jersey City. On and after Monday, 17th July, the cars will leave Patkrion I)troT. Leave New York. 8 A.M. 9 A.M. lljtf " )2tf P. M. 4 P. M. J " ON SUNDAYS. Leave Patersoiv Oetot. Leave New York. 7* A $ 8)4 M 5 P. M. s P M. Trauspnrta'ion Car* ply daily (Sunday'seicepted ) Pasarnictra are advised to be at the Ferry, foo Courtlandt atreet, a few miuutea before the alated houraof depa.ture. jy!9 6m nh.w y< >kk. 8uhoolkv '8 mountain and kas- m . Vin B. and Somenille R Road. f or Schooley's Mountain, leave pier ISo 1 Norlk river, at 8W o'clock A Nl, <iailr (Sundays excepted) by steamboat to Elizabi-thport; or leave the foot of Courilaud street at 9 o'clock A M, by N J Railroad to Elir.abethtowu, theure connect with tfie cart for Somervilie cmcIiui, thence 20 miles to the Mountain?arriving eaily in the afternoon For Gascon Ira'e u above, proceed by railroad to Somer ille. coache* from thence (ouly 34 miles,) arriving in Easton at 6 o'clock. Thi* iou<e, on account of the short distance by coaches, ma king it by far the most pleasant and expeditious, commends it sell to publidpatronage. Mr Sanderson. the proprietor at So mervilie, has provideu himself wiih carriages ami horses to accommodate private |>arlies with extras at the shortest notice, and on reasonable terms. For scats apply to H D. Hope, Merchants'Hotel, 41 Courtlandt st. Passengers from Philadelphia to Schooley's Moantain will leave Philadelphia at 7 o'clock, A. Mm l>y New York railroad line to New Srunswick. Splendid coaches from thence, arriving at toe mountain early s.ime afternoon. 3 2m*r NEW YORK, BCHOOLEY'S ? K&SfL.MOUN T A1 .N fc EASTON. Leave the foot of Courtland street, daily (Sundays ri<-eptt-J) at 8 o clock, A.M., by railroad f.om Jersey city to Morristown, ttience by Post coaches through Mcndham,Chester. Schooley's Mountain, Auderson Town, Port Colden, Washington, to Easton. At Washington, a daily line intersects to and from Belvidere For seats apply to J. Hill, at J. Patton's, Commercial Hotel, 73 Courtlaud street. N.B.?Extras furnished nt the shortest notice by applying to N. B. Lose. United States Hotel. Morristown. invll 3m ee ROCKAWAY PAVILLION-LONG ISLAM) RAILROAD. Trains npon this road leave Brooklyn, Sontb Ferry, (or Jamaica, where coaches are iu readi nets lor that delightful resort, the Marine Pavil3SHE2. lion, at the following hoars, viz Half past 9 A. M.,4 o'clock and half past 6 P. M. Returning, leave Jamaica at (A.M.. 12 M. and 5 p. M. for New York. Fare to Jamaica, Is.; through from Brooklyn to the Pavilion.75 cents. jeu 6 w*r "tnKW ARRANGEMENT. FARE AND ? RE1UHT REDUCED. am REGULAR MAIL LINE?FOR PROAZL5JLCa?VIDH.NCK AND BOSTON, via 8TON W M & iMiiTOM AND NEWPORT-Composed olthe lollowing superior steamers, running in connection with the Stonington and Boston and Providence Railroads:? MASSACHUSETTS. Cent Conutock. HHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. INARRAtMNSETT. MOHEUAN One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. River, at 5 P. M ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stonington and Newport, and Friday for Stonington. The MASSACHlHETTS.CaWain Corastock.on Tuesday and Tliurseay for Stonington, and Saturday for StoninKton, Newport and Providence. Passengers, on the arrital of the steamers at Stoninirton, will be immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Carl of the Kailrotd to I'rovideuce and Boston, and if for Newport will prai-eed in (lie sieamers on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, and on the iLtervening days, proceed via Stoning ton Railroad to Providence, and fiom thence in the steamer tolas, witliont any additional charge. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths can be secured on board, or st the office of IIARNDEN <t CO., No J Wall street. JT^On and after the 10th iust, freight will not be received and forwarded after half-past i P M in* 6m# in OA DIHECT KOR NKWPORT AND PRO cL?VIDENCC?AHRIVINO IN TIME KOR T. ~l?f TE.PA8SENMEKS TO TAKK TIIK CARS 1 O BOSTON?Ksre $1 50?Deck Kare #1 ?The new, comniodions and fast sailing steamboat CUltTlS PECK, Capuiiu Wm H. Peck, wi'l leave the pier ea?t aide Cathrune Maiket Slip, East River, every Monday, Wednesday and Kridiy, at S o'cWk, P. M. For passage and freight inquire at 2 5 South it. np stair*. iyTr /MM KAIIK REDUCED KOR BKIDUEPORT AND NOttWALK?Landing at Beiden's Fare io Bridgeport. 95 cents. Pare to Ncrwalk, 12X eta. Kare t? New Haven, Tjceuis. The steam boa* MUTUAL SAFETY leaves Liberty street Pi-rever, morning, Sunday excepted, st (o'clock, for Bridgeport and Norwalk, touch ng at Belil><ii's Neck, luamng in connexion wiih the Housatonic Railroad. Rt turning, leave Bridgeport at half-past 1 P. M., or on the arrival of the cars. New Haven Line?Stages l?av- Bridgeport immediately on the arrival of the boat The distance is it miles, with fine tosds and a beautiful country. Fare t? :.ew Haven 75 cents. (J (Be foot ?f Libert} street jyU lm?ic URIAH ORFOOHY, Agent. *? STATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT dr>V>'|i' WHITEHALL oT.-Tlie steamboats JE?M2E-STATIN ISLANDER and SAMSON will run as follows until further notice>? Leave New Yoik 8, 9,10, II, 1, a, 3*. 5, 6. 7. Leave Staten Island (, 9, 10. 11,1, 2, 4,5, 6, 7. Leave New York and Staten Island every hour on Sundarr. S.?Excursion to Fort Hamilton, Sundays excepted. Leave Fort Hamilton 7M A. M., returning Irem New York SX P M. 111 r i ? rttWAHK AINU NC.VV VuKK?Kare only 12H Cents!?The [ lendid steamer PASSAIC, after Juue 5th, will run as folLeave the foot of Barclay street, New York, at 10 A.M., and 4 P. M. Leaves the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7X A.M., and '^Vhr accommodations both for passengers and freight have been greatly i uproved. Freight carried at very low ratee. al ' fm r

.mm HAMILTON HOUSE. KOK1 HA.vI 11-TON The ateamboata STATEN fm 11 W hi a %n? ii ....i SAMSON will run every day (Sundays excepted) during the searon.as l?iiows:? Leave Fort Hamilton st 7)t A M. and 4 * r. M. i Ne York. Whitehall Doca, at P. M. i This arrangement may b> relied on as permanent, as its eon- i tinnance will not depend on <nv contingency j 15 Smr BUUI A.VJ an Oik d 1OU. 1 JOHN KEADY resi>e<:tfully informs his iricuds ud tne public, thit he nas commence.! business in the above 'me,at No. 99 Nassan street, where he will thaukluli, receive ,nd faitlifuliy exeeute, all orders he i^ay be lavored with Se milt resa^nshte tenai-'nt r?ih *'Xr I IlW DISi-OVEKY lot gilding. siTvernig snd platinizing , by HydwElectririty, without Galvanic Battery. at a very trifling expense and labor. Prepared Powder for gilding, silvering and platiniting. with a very simple apparatus and the di- , lections, to uk? uee of this secret-. ?,?i'J7, . iy? lm*ee OEO. TILMANN,61 Chatham xi, | RK E )RNING, JULY 28, 1843. BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. IN |iinu?neeof law,?, John Tyler. Tre?ident of the Unil'd Hiatw of Amenc*. do her by declare and makt* known, that public title* will be held at the undermentioned Lind Offices, in th? Territory of Iowa at to wit:? At the Land Office at l)n Bn<|ue. commencing on Mouday, . the sixteenth <lay ol October next, fir the disposal ol the public 1 lands withiu the limits of the undermentioned townships, vii:? Noitli of tlie base line, and fc.ist of the fiflh piincip.il meri ( dian. i Townships eighty-two and mghtv three, of range one. Townships eighty one.iighty-tWD and eighty-three, of range , two' i Townships rightjr-one, eitjhty-two and eighty-three, of range 1 three, I Township eighty three, of range five. I An Island iu the Mississippi r.rer, c'litiiuing thirty-jne ao-l<M) aces, forming pirts of sections thirty-four and thirty five in township seventy eight, ol range thtee. I North of the base line, ami West of the fifth principal men ) dian. Towu?hits eighty-two and eighty-three, of range one. ( At the Laud Office at Fairfield, commencing on M?nd<y,th? . second d<y of October uegi, for the disposal of the public lands hereinafter designated, viz:? J North of the base line, and West of the fifth principal meridian. I Township soventr six, of range nine, I An islauvl in tht Mississippi uver, forming parU of sections seventeen, eighteen, and ciueteeu, in township sixty-eignt, of range two, and puts cf sections thirteen and tweuty-foar, of ] towuship sixty-eight of ringe three. Two >inAll islai'ds in the Mississippi river, fowling |?rt of section sit. in towbkhip s veutT, ofracge one, and parts ofsec 1 tioi s one anil twelve, in towuihip seventy./'f range tl.o. _ An island it the Missieiippi river, I'orminif parts ol sections fifteen, siiteen, twen'y-nne und twenty-two, except that portiou ut the itUtil withiu tne limit* of section niiten, and two ulaudi in the same nv-r, one of them forming a portion of lections twenty-two, twenty-lix and twenty seven, and t*e other inn of ire ions twenty tww nud twenty-seven?all in township seventy-four of range two. Three islands ia tne Mitsisuppi liver, forming parts of seclions twenty-one, twenty-two, t?enty-seven, tweutr eight. twenty bine aud thirty two, iu township leTeutj-jne.of rautje on*. Union Island and six itnall islands in th? Mminirri rirer. foriniuK parts of sections thrru, nine, ti n, liftem, sixteen, twen ty one, twenty.two, tweuty three, rweuty-six, twenty-seven and thirtv-four, except 10 much ol llutuii lilaud as lies within the limiti of section sixteen, iu township seveuty-two, of range ?ne. An island ia the Mississippi river, fortniitf part of section three, in towuship aeventy-t wo.of ikuk" t.ue.aud part of section lhirtv-t< nr. iu township seveuty-three, of ratine ous. Au island iu the Mistiss:ppi river, I or in inn pans of lection twenty-two, twenty seven and thiily f .ur, iu township seventy three, of rauire oue Four islands in U e Missivippi liver, forming rn<ts of sections twenty-tight to thirty-fir*, incluiivr,iu township seventyIf V1 II, of range OSS, Lauds a*>propri it< d by law, for the use of schools, military,or other p irposes, will be excluded from sale. The sales will e ic1! be kept oreo for two weeks, (unless the lauds are sooner disposed of,] tnd uolopger; aud u? private entries ofland.ii ih? townships so off red,will D? admitted,until after the ex, i ration of the tt.e two wieks. Uiven uuder my hind, ?t the Ci y of Washing ton, this eighlth day of June, Auno Domini, nil. JOHN TVLElt. By the President: THO II BLAKE, Commissioner ol the Ocneial Land Olfije. NOTICE TO PBE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the light of pre-empt i c>u to any lauds witniti the limits ol the townships above enumerated is rtquucu iu riiau 1111 uic same ro mt? 941 i&'ttcuon 01 me i\e|f 1*ter and Reci iver ot the propnr L iud Ofli'e, and make payment therefor. as soon as praciir -hie alter seeim tins uoilce. nud before the day ^ppoiated 'or the com-aeiicemrnt of the public tale of the lowiiihip embracing the tract cl timed, above delimitated; otherwise such claim will be fortei'?d. THO. H BLAKB. Commissioner ol the (Jeneial Laud Office. jeM It ew to 20ct r liY THE PilESlUKNT UF THE UNITED STATES. IN pnrsuance of law, I, John Tyler, President of the United States ot America, do herehr declare and injke kn that public sales will be held at the undermentioned Land Offices in the State of Missouri, at the periods hereinafter ?' nated, to wii: ? At riattsbursh, in Clinton cunty, the seat of the Land < fice f"r the Platte oistnct < f Missouri, commencing on 1 dsy (he mutn day of October next, for the di |>osal ol public la-di within the nude uientioutd townships fractional townships, to wit:? North of the bis? lii e and west af the 9th principal mn and wet t of the former western houud^ry of the State. Tnwi.shipsuiy-ttvo, ol ri>nge ti.iity f. ur Townships sisty-one aud suty three, ol range thirty-five. Townships six'y two and sisty four, of range thirty-six. Towush pasxiy o >? and .ixty-tf'ree, of ranee ihirty-ieven. Townshus s'lti-two and siity-fcor. of ranee tniity-eight. Tne west Kilf of tnwuship ant, one, ot range thirty-uine. fractional township >ixiy-lwo, aud township sixty-four of range foity. Kiactioual townships sixty-two ai.d sixty-three, ol range fjr y-one. Fractional townships sixty-llirce and sixty-four, of range o'ty two. North of the "ass line and west of th? 5th principal meridian, aud east of the former W'steru bjuntiarj of the State Towiuhips sixtv one aud lixti-two, of range iwenty-seven. Towuihi;* sixty, sixty-ote anJ sixty-two, of range tw?.utv tight. Township sixtTone of range twenty nine. Also, e'. toe si me place, ro jineucn* oj MonJay. the thirteenth day ot November, next, tor the disposal of the public luids within the limits of the undermentioned township* and fractional township*, viz '? North of the baselinen>d weit of th? 5th principil meridian, aud west of the any western b wndary of the State. Fractional townships litty, liftv-oue, fitly three,tifty-live,aud .fifty-seven, of rauge ihiny-a ree. Townships tilt J wo, fifty-/our, fi.'ty-iix, fifty-eight,and sixty of range thirty-foar. Fractional township fifty-one, townships fifty-three, fifty-five fractional township fifty-;eveu,and township fifty-nine,of range ( thirty tire. l : i ...i. ... r. r... r r.r... rw ... ...... ....i rrnuuouoi iunu>nsi? n.iy-iuui, uiit-m, auauii)-icicu,?ii? township sixty, ol range thiryr-six. 1 Kraction.il towot hips lifiylive, lifty-six, fifty-eiuht, and liftjnine, of range thirty-seven. Fractional townships fif.y-fire ?nd ?iity, of range thirty- 1 eight. < Atthel.nnl Office at Lexington, cornmcnciisg on Monday, f the second d<T of October next, for the disposal of the public | lands within the limit ol the undermentioned townships.to wit: North of the base liue and west ol the liftn principal meri dian. I 1 ownships thirty-tii, thirty (even, atd thirty eight, of range fourteen. Townships thirty Gve and thirty men, of range fifteen. Townihip thirty-fire, of ranges si teen and bineteeu. Township! thirt>-nve, thirty-six, thirty-seven, and thirtyeight, of ruivr twenty-nue. Township thirty-eight, of range twenty-three. Townshin thirty-nine, of range twen.y-eight Towiships thirty-eight and thirty-uine, of ringe twentynine Township forty, ol ranges thirty one, thirty two and thiitythree. South-west fractional quarter of section twenty-one, and the north-ea?t a~d hotth west fractional quarters of sect on twentyfour, iu township fifty one, sonth of Missouri river, of range twenty-six. Southwest quart) rof section seven, in township forty Bine, of range twenty-seven. Lands appropriated byliw, far the nse of schools, military, or other purposes, will be excladed from sale. The sales will eieh be kepi o,>eu lor two weeks, (unless the lands are tooner disposed of,) and no longer; and no private entries of land, iu the townships so offered,will beadmitteu until after the expiration of the two weeks. Uiten under my hia l at th- City of Washington, this eighth I day of Jnne, Anno Domini, 181). _ < JOHN TYLKR. . By the Piesidenr. THO. H BLAKE, I Commissioner of the Oeueral Land Office. s NOTICK TO PUK-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. * Kverv pet?oa entitled to the right of pre caption to any lands < withiu f'e limitsol ilie ti* uships above enumerated,is required t to esfblish .'oe same to the sa'isfact'oa of the Register and , Reeeiver of the pr"i>er land office, and nuke payment therefor as soon as practicable after setinu this notice, anit he'or.- the dav appointed lor the commencement of ihe public sale ol f the towuthip, embracing the tract claimed, above designated, [ other,vite such claim will be forfeited. THO. H. BLAKK, t uotnmtttiourr oi tnc ue eia> uium uni je. v JcfT It iw to 90Qct r STATK OF NKW YOHK-IN CHANCERY BEFORE , THE ASSISTANT VICE CHANCELLOR OF THE FiRST CIRCUIT. ANN E. YATES. ARCHIBALD WATT, aud others. i IN Punaince cf an order of this (,'onrf, wade in (he above cause, will be i"ld at pnol e nuctiou, under tlie diieeiiou ol the anbiciiber M ilie Imm in the Merchant's (Exchange, in 1 the city of New \ oik, e:i Saturday, the twelfth day of Aucuit I nan, at half--, cat twelve o'clock, at n.?on. ill that certain piece | or pa-ctl of situated, lying, and being at Ha-lem, in the twelftl ward of the city of Nrw York, hounded eaiterl* liy 1 the Kingsbndge mart, wes'erly b/ land belonging to Peter Myeti. he heir of Ju-.,b Myers, and J B Lawicnce, and , noitheily by land of I Mutt, t'eniaiuiog twelve acies and an half acre, be i he tame more or l-aa Also, all that other mece a* paicel of land, situated. lying and I being at Har'em, in the ward and city aforei'id.boun ir" on the | writ by King?br dge road, un the uorth by oilier land of the , aid Archiha'd W itt, oil the east by the high.h Aveuue, and 1 on the iouth by the othrr land of the saitl Peter Myrrs.con ain- t ing tix acre* and seventy four huudred.hs of an acie.be the | same more or less. Alio, all thit other piece orTlwrcelof land, situated, Iyiotr 1 and bein* at Harlem, in the waid ?tid city af uesaid, bonuried I on the wot by the tight Ayenne, on tbe north by other land ( of th> slid Aichibald watt, on th* east by land ol ihe a .id Pe- ' ItMv?i, and Chtrles H. Hall, and ou the aoutli by laud of 1 John Myers, contair.it twenty-iii?e acres and ninety-tix Imu < died lis of an acre, h? the same more or leas. t Also, all that certain o<her tract, piece or parcel of meadow i an-i upland, situ ite* in the ward nnj city aforesaid, being the ' nor hern part of the island m Harlem river, bounded on tlie < north and east by said river *nd on the south and west by lands < of Peter Myeri. Charlea H. Ha I, and Perer Mjers Jnd, con* i tainin.' ten acres and tliirteeu hunerodths, be the same more or leas. Also, all that certain o'her t'aet, ptec; or parcel of meadow f ml npland, ituitrd in n<e w?rd atid city nforesaul. being the louihern end of the island aforesaid, boumied on ine salt and i-,ut? by said river, and on the w?*st and tioi*h by land of the 1 inidPtier Myers and John Myers, containing two acres and r Iwenty two hundredths of an acie, be the same mare or leas. Dated 10th of Jnly, I8U. STEPHEN A. DAOUKTT, t Masier in Chancery. i HENHY FULLER, Solicitor j>Ji 2taw lw*r \ UNITED STATUS t TEA EMPORIUM, t 111 jiti* 129 Chatham itreet, Nnc Yoril t fcAnd 116 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. ] A??r> )vlll Bi.groccR stkkkt. WHCLKBALE AND UETA1L.1 rlK CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer foi 1 sale uew and ragrant Teas of every variety and styla, c rhair auortmtnt specially includes the most delieioas and owerfbl grad-s > (ireen and Black E>ery package bears the itamp of tieatne'iaud olegar.ee, aud the Teas therein are so 1< horoughly secu .ed from tight and air that th-'ir quality and >ower will tern in unimpaired in any elimate Their system > >1 prosecating onsinest isperhnpe scarcely to be exeellod. It 1 s foauded opon the itinoet regard to the rights of 'hecustom- II r. especially wi'ti reipecl to weight an<T inaliry. and an. j- p ille.l .-heapneu \I1 purchasers *re called upon to return any irt lee which lail to give theta thr fallest satisfaction, which >ne money will >?* cheerfully and promptly refunded ?,o?a- C Lrv liierehauts, public establishments, heads of families, and j, !~?wtaiswiRfiud il a decided advantage to -aptly ll?? lelves froin this establishment. Genuine Java Corrax roasted every day. 8 Order* from ail parti of th* Unite* Stales eieeated with n promptitude and despateb. ... . .. . _ it j* The only wa/ahoaaa is' Am*r;*a f*r (lb* aale of Hi*- 11 i?a * llllkltlli llMt T*? )? lnj | [ERA] Perth Amboy. [Correspondence oi the Herald.] r Perth Ambov, 2fitliJnly, 1H43. h Vew York Sunday S<liooU?Great Celebration? p Puteyitm, anil other religion? mailers. |> Jear Bennett? d A meeting of Sunday Schools took place here tolay. The steamer Fairfield arrived here from New ol iforkat 10 A. M. with about 2(X) parents, teachers tl ind scholars, b*ing the Sunday School belonging to he Baptist Church in your city. They were n net, on landing by the several Sunday School of w his place a id of the adjoining towncthip ot South j? Amboy, who paraded early with their banners way- it ing, and ribbons flying, and parasols, which were in ? ?reat demand to ward ott the heat of the sun. The. whole line of New York Sunday School, J] and the Perth Amboy Baptist, Methodist, Presbyte- o rian, and South Amboy schools, with iheir teach- 0 its, took up their march for the ground* of Matthias Bruen, Esq , where he had most liberally invited Ihem, and made preparations for their reception. In the rear we saw a small organ, carried by two gen tlemen, which poured forth its melodious tones in proper time ami place. A rumor was rife in the town that the Episcopal Sunday School hud backed out, but we saw them on the around at Brighton house. They probably knew better than to parade iu the sun under a heat of H9 degrees. On the ground a stage was erected under a most delightful shade in the serpentine avenue of Brighton house, and the rising ground in front admirably suited for the audience, where all was shade and pleasant breez?s. O.i the stage we saw Mr. Bruen, the clergy, and n few gentlemen from New York, and the Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian clergymen of our place. Beneath and near the stage sat the Rev. J F. Halsey, not invited up until after the ceremonies were over, because he studies the Bible so much, and believes its every word so firmly.he is an heretic. Mr. Bruen first addressed the ^teachers, and cautioned them to beware ot the innovations of the Catholics, earnestly advising them to bring up the children in the ' nurture and admonition of the Lord." The son of the Rev. Mr. Summers of New York, a very promising young man, then addressed Mr. Bruen on the part of the New York school?reciprocating his sentiments as to the Catholics, giving us a little touch of patriotism, and kindly thanking him for liis christianlike hospitality. A promising young rnnn, Rev. Mr. Rogers, our Baptist minister, then made a prayer very appropriate to the occasion.? Then we heard the sweet and angelic voices of the stmday scholars, boys and girls, pouring forth a grateful Hoaanna to (rod, in an appropriate hymn, assisted by the organ. The Rev. Mr. Summers then addressed the audience about 25 minutes, during which he told ns he taught the first SundaySchool himself 30yearsBii.ce, but Sunday Schools date their origin only 27 yenrs ago as per record. I suppose somebody else started them then, or perhaps they have uianv origins, as well as many motives. He expressed much fear of the desecration of our country's Hag, and of our ! liberties, by the abominable heresies which are ( now making their way into ourcliurches and schools ] under the character and name ef Puseyism, winch , he denounced in very strong language, and made a i hit at the Episcopalians generally. Our Eniscopa- t liati CI' igyman wi- absent from town?which was ' c? rtainly a very fortunate circumstance. Mr. S. 11 said he was a foreigner, but loved this country, T and relating the circumstance of Hannibal being , made to swear when lie was a child, that he would ti never be nt peace with Rome?besought the chil- n Iren that "they would ever serve the Cod of their c atliers and love their country " Fram his very ? strong praise of the valor of the Britons, I t suppose hiin a native of the Island, and from 1 jiis partiality to song, to stimulate their courage J in the heat of battle, I thought of the Coons, hi ] short, his speech was, as he said, desultory, and I ] did not see him look at the written one in his hand but once during his remarks. His allusion to the l distinguished host was most happy, but hisobjec- t lions to enthusiasm, and his passing fears fofthe ] safety of our government, created 1 presume, by the ' enthusiasm exhibited in the President's reception, 1 were all dissipated when he said he had gotten a ] jew idea on board the boat, which was to have , not one, but two excursions every year, and eacli , one better than the former, and he would write out < a speech especially for the occasion i This over, the organ and choir struck up a gloria ' txielsis, followed by the benediction. Before the ' n/?Un/.la mnifod tr\ ('nrni in rtrnnoaalnn a vnnniy tnaa- ? ter, a Sunday scholar, delivered an address, part of J which was an abstract from the Hon Daniel Web- , ster's speech, alter which the ladies and children ( partook of the lemonade and spruce beer refresh- | ments provided on the ground. 1 The procession was now formed, and our black, t .lot brass, band, made their appearance, and es- r sorted them to the bont, which the New York J fchool entered with singing, and our several schools ! fnarched cff, headed each by their pastors, the ^ Presbyterian holding possesion of the black band, fi in company with that from Somh Amboy. \ John Jones of Nkw Jersey. p Lake Maliopaek? [CorreipondcDCeof the Herald.] t Montz Hotel, Lake Maiiopack. J1 Srtnrry of Isikt Mnhopack ? Ijtvtly Island*?An- t gling?Hulls?Music?Bright Eyes ? Owls, fyc, r J. G. Bennett, Esq ,] Dear Sir? t You are fond of noticing the many beautiful 1 places about the environs of New York, but among j which, 1 do not recollect seeing the name of Lake < Mnhopack. This beautiful lake is some twelve miles east of , PeekBkill, and is Approached by gradual accents ( through a well cuhivated and romantic country, < until you reach about 1,000 feet above the Hudson, i where you fiad at your feet as pretty a piece of wa- ' er for its size, as was ever seen in any country It ' s about three miles long, surrounded by gradually f iloping hills, some 200 to 300 feet high, part under ( food cultivation and part in a state of nature, t :overed wiih ?he nohlest forest trees, with here and > here a point of rock projecting into ihe slumbering ji flassy lake. fi Three large islands covered with heavy timber, o ind wiih rocky or pebbled shores, add greatly to its n jeauty, while the water itself (being the deep ' tusbing spring which forms the head waters of the " Proton River) is pure and sparkly as crystal, down ,, which the lazy pike and lively perch, may be seen ? to the depth of ten feet or more. e There are three houses of accommodation here, fi besides many farm houses. At present the com- I pany is collecting last, but not so plenty as to be called crowded. At sun rise may be s? efi parties of anglers with their boxes of worms, pails of live bait, o and some halt dozen poles and lines hanging over c the stern of each gaily painied boat, dashing oil r through the glassy waters, to mud reH, willow reef, or the rocky point of Perra. c After breakfast, partus of ladies and gentlemen, p *nd frequently lour ladies alone may be seen row- 0 ng around some of the islands?or furnished wiih p jooks and needlework, spend the morning under p he shade of the trees on Peira (one of the islands). {? Dinner fetches all the party home again, except p mch as have gone pic-nic-ing?and a few incorngi- n ile fishermen who will bob hII day for three pickerel li ind twenty perch, with the mil pouring down on *< hem most unpoetically, and the thermometer at " W Dark will fetch them home with their red faces h tnd the skin peeling off their noses, a load of poles " in their shoulder, and a bunch of fish lhat could be j? louglit in New York for 18d?the fruits of a day's \ lard work?a pair of nasty pantalo ns snick inside ? ?f a pair of boots, and a slouched hat drawn down a >ver their eyes, is a tolerable picture of many New A ifork clerks and some heavy down town merchants. ? We now hear the sounds of violins and other initrumenta, a piano, and some good performing. Fhe ball has commenced?the tired fisherman may je seen half brushed up relating the story of his ex )loita?how many bullies he lost by their biting his Ina nr fnnrhinz the side of the bout when lifting N hern in, and what n glorious day he linn had. The ^oune; ladies are all life, and wear their prettiest imiles as well as their best drsMM, and the more lesiRuing beaux have neglected nothing to make p hemselves respectable as well as acceptable. The ?' vrning passes of! with son? and dance, and at 11 J ?. M., the hotel seems illuminated in most of the e oc.ms?the sober party letiring?this is the signal or the Owls (a party of young rowdies) t? come iut?six segars and three jule|?s each, with quiet ong, just send them to bed ut three, to be ready or a ride or a row on the lake in the morning We have here at present a number of well kn?wn Jew York families, whom it is needless to name? tiey are modest persons, well satisfied with th? ir phere ; we have others not known any where, but 1 fho letch all (heir finery in the country to be at leHsi onspicuous there, and who foolishly invite a strict ? nq?iry into their humble circumstances, and leave <ii oom for the busy tongue ol scandal. We live in reat harmony here, notwithstanding an owl occalonally breaks loose, a saddle girth breaks, or an ipstart Yorker would pass for more than he is worth. . OWLINO. ?? ? wag LD. PrlM Two C?ntf. Obation of Genkkai. Cass ?The omtioa deliveed by Gen. Lewia Cass at the Orand Canal celerntiou of the Fouth, at Fort Wayne, la., hao been ublished. We copy an extract, contrasting the ist and the present in the west, as noted by the intinRuiehed orator:? Hcureely two centarie* hare pa??ed a way, mnc? a imall anil of adventnrera aeated themtelvca upon the ihorea f a (liitant ocean. An interminable foio?t wa? around lem, and it* repealled were occupied by ? fierce id vindictivn foe. They came out to ?uifer In n'ir dav. but to become jrlorioua in their ae. e ration. And well did they fulfil their minion. ii now the (nfnt which iihnt them in, and where i the Indian who roamH over and guarded it? Both are ud low. The great wave of civilization has swept onrartli,hearingdown the forest and i'i tenant*, till thin ittle band Iuih hecomp a mighty people, who have spread hemselve* over >i great Continent, and term deitined, in he providenseot Ood, at ill to go on, till checked by one it thorn- chastisements by which the moral (overnnrnt if the World in vindicated, and the ingratitude of na'iooa mntshed. Well may we exclaim In the language of inpiration, "the line* have fallen to uu in pleasant placea, M-a, we have a goodly heritage," when we survey thia inble country between the Lakes. tho Ohio, and the Mississippi, where wo have established onr dwelling.? rhere ia prohahly no region npon the globe better fitted or the residence of mini, and lor the support of the pro. luctions which are essential to hii wants. Allthoiawho >articipated in'ita first settlement, have not yet palled iway, and the survivors llnd themselves the members of i community of three millions of people. I have myielf witnessed much ol this progress, and have had my share )[ its toils and rewards. It ia forty three years since I landed upon the northern shore of the Ohio, u young adventurer, seeking the land ef promise, which hai been to him, asto many others, the land of performance. At that :ime the Territory of Indiana wai not organized, and the States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Michigan, and the Twrritnrv ni Oiiiamnaiti fnrmo.l nn? wovprnmpnt. linilfir ;he name of the North western Territory. I iha'l not *top :o bring before you the incident! of a frontier life,nor the lilHcultie* and privat:ons,and surterings, in peace and in war, hy which the forest in acquired and reclaimed, and Inally auhdned. During many yearn thin region had its 'nil share of trouble*. The line of your canal wns a bloody war path, which haa seen many a deed of horror. And this leaceful town has had it* Moloch, and the record* ?f hunnn depravityfurnish no more terrible example* of cruel :y than were offered at hi* shrine. Th? Miami Indian*,our predecessors in the occupation of this district, had a ter rible institution, whose origin and object* have been lost In the darkness of aboriginal hi?torv, but which was continued to n late period, ?nd whose orgie* were held up?n the very spot where wo now are. It was called the man-eating society, and it was the duty of it? associates to pat such prisoners a* were preserved and delivered to Ihem for that purpose. The members of thl* society be longed to a particular family, and the dreadful inheritance descended to all the children, main anil female.? The duties it imposed could not be avoided, and the sanction* of religion were added to the obligation* of immemorial usage. The feast was a solemn ceremony, at which the whole tribe was collected, a* actors or sp? etators. The miserable victim was bound to a *take and burned at a Mow fire, wilh all the refinement* of cruelty which savage ingenuity could invent. There was a trn ditionnry ritual which regulated, with revolting precision, the while course of procedure at these ceremonies. Latterly the authority and obligations of the institution had declined, and, I presume, it has now wholly disappeared. But 1 have *een and conversed with the head ol' the family, the chief of the societv, whose name was White Skin ; with what feelings of disgust I need not describe. ? Incoming to this place, I passed along the canal and narked with delight the beautiful river upon whose bank t Is constructed, and the charming countrv to which it rives new lifo and value. I was forcihly struck with the :ontrast between this journey and a former one. Nature i?s been prodigal of her favors to the valley of the Maunee. I can never forget the first time it caught my eye. t wasnt the commencement of the late war, when the poops destined for the defence of Detroit, had parsed tirough the (orost from Urbana to the llapid* ? rhe season had been wet and much of the ountry was low, and the whole of it unbroken by a ingle settlement, nnd we had to cut our road and ~i. r- MAifiaiAnf nn.l KavifklTa With ffmnt Ifthnr ind difficulty. We wit# heartily tired of the march, and were loneiit!! for if* termination, wkm wo nt'ained thn irnw of the table lnnd, through which the Manmee has nad" a passage for itself and a fertile region for those who tiavo the good fortune to occupv it. Like the mariner, we felt we had reached a port'; like the wanderer, a home. I have since visited the three other quartern of :h<- globp, nnd nas<ed over many lands and seas. But my mi'mnry "till clings to the prospect, which burst upon ti? In a bright dav in June, from the vallev of Manmee. to lh* river wendintf nwav b?vond our view, to the rapid*, (irenentincr every form of the most picturesque objects. to he hanks clothed in deep verdure, and to the rich hotoms. denuded of timber as though inviting the labor and nterpri/e ofthe settler. In a subsequent (onrnav, led by >tticial duty, I ascended the river in a birch cano?. There something mmnntic, associated with thBt mode of conreyance, hut it soon palls upon thn traveller. During nany a wearv mile and hour, f have been home ny thil iboriffinal skiff over the Ink* s and rivers of the north west, and seen it carried through the dense forests, across wild portages, nnd then floated upon some little stream, which gradually swelled hv successive tributaries, he:ame a large river. It was thus I passed frem Lake Superior to the Mississippi, launching my frail bark upon a nera rivulet, and descending before the peculiar characeriKti"? of thpstream announced that we were upon that nighty r'ver which flow* from its fountains in the North o th? tropical seas. Here where your canal prepares to cave the basin of the Lakes for that of the Mississippi, left the river with mv birch canoe, and placing it upon ""gon.it was transported to Little river where my ?ithful voyngers re-embarked in it, and joined me at the Vhite Raccoon's village, to which I rode, and where I assed the night. My friend, the Raccoon, treated na rith great ho?pitality. but he was a lit?le too hospitable to imself and his kindred. He produced his keg of fire waer, todo honorto thearrival oftheChe mo kee-main.hnt infortunately he was too free at his own feast. One of hose scenes of intoxication followed, which are at once he bane nnd the attendant of Indian life, and I retired to ny blanket, leavintf my host and hi? friends at their or 'ies. In the morning I em^arKerl upon me wanann ana lesrpndpd that rivpr to it* month, stopping occasionally o examine and admire the beautiful country. through vhich it flows unsurpassed prohahly upon the face of the rlobe. I revert to these incidents of frontier life, to place n holder relief the chan^p, which has rewtifi) this region 'rem the Indian, and has crownel it with the precious tvork of civilization. The two sister and contiguous States of Ohio and Inliana, have projected and complied thi? (Treat commnni;ation. To enter into thpstatistics of its coat or product, rould not be suited to Ihp prespnt occasion This i? not > day for figures, Hrit for results. I know, ami we all know hat a great enterprise ha* been accomplished, and we ja vp coma together to re|oice at it. We have come to feel ind not to calculate. A stupendous undertaking has been ironght to a fortunate termination, amid many difficulties md hv the energy and perseverance of two new State*, heoldest of which hasJust deer its fortieth anniversary. Inother ron'e hns been opened, by which the two rreat sues of onr RepnbPc are united >?ge?her, giving to the rtile conntrr nlon<r It a choice of markets, and a chance f a better price and a quicker sal*. It is the second linglinn of the waters of tl<o Lakes and of the Missis Ippi. A third route i? in progress, which we may trust rill ere lonif he completed. And there others, formal hv nature, and which require hut little aid from man > render thpm nspfnl. Thev too will he undertaken and ccomplisbed, and the table land which divides those reat intprnal sens from thp Ohio and Mississippi, will he tirrowpd by cannlt, wherever the country permits and ts wants require. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Our works of Internal Improvement were honorable n thp conception, and many of them have been vigornsly and successfully prospcil'pd. The system has boon heckeil by temporary cansps, but the*e sre gradually, assing away, and then the great work will agitin go on tore was no doubt planned than could he immediately onstrue'ed. The whole protect was too gigantic lor rompt execution. But this fault, if fault it he. finds its rigin in our na?i'o"il character. Th"re is a reckless ?n rgy about us, if I may be alio wed the expression, which rompts iih to the mo?t gigantic enterprises This arljr f exportation nnd confidence in the result, lie at the mndstionof all great success. The will to dare mirt recedo the power to do. Even rashness is sometime* risdom. Ho who stops coolly to calculate every step in fe mar indep,| move foward, hut h? will soon find him.< . , ' ' !? n 1 !. ,L 1 ^1 3li iipninii ni* i-n'i'mpnrni i*"" uiiwrnn in-r |i7?< wwm f mir ?*<> nnd cnnntrv. Vfffr, in the hiatory of man, m human exert'on hcon more diaplayed and rewarded, lan in the roiraclea of improvprm-nt, which atari up a inn'I n?, which hare chequered nnr land anil hiatory, om Plymouth an<l lameatnwn to t.ake Snwnor and the Ijaaiiaippi. and from the lamlin* of the Pilirrima to tho rnrk whow consummation we have thia day come to hail nd which opona to 'he tahle laml? of the Lake*, both the itlantic ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. If^RTiVJVTInJS) OBNBBA& FRINTZNO ESTARU8HMENT, L W. C(IHN'KR OK KULTON AND NASSAU 8T9. i aupplied with rrerv material neeruari^r Che prompt, neat and economical eteention of eve^^eaeripiion of <ssa oMic attention * relocated to rhu eafabliihmeor, in the ??trance that ample antiafaciion will he rtreo?aa re?<"ta in>?>raphy, preia work, and rhartea?to th.ne who require taper or Dininon, lartje or imall worfc|:Vhaaply aod eti>eJitioualT secured. ? LARKLM, a MB WAVRIt.T.S. ? ?Wl\\ VLl/u SHOW BILI,S. m? t *n V,l STKAM BOAT nil.f.B, "i'./ifvl!? VAnn J' RAILROAD BTM.8. ' STAOr B?l.t,S, Cm,T,K uJ\ wi PAVPHt,?-TS, ilLl. HICM)#. HANHBir.'S. ^ roa HKATHKS, CIRCUS**, OONCRRTS, MUSEUMS LKCTURK8, PUBLIC MWCTINOS. ir anr other where the lar*e?t description of prlnt'ii* jui'eil The fieilitiea for thia worlt are nor equalled bv any nee in thi* city, for, heaidea the larse aaaortmentof /v/J, Tliii eatabliahment baa the LAH.UKNT Pn/JHRS in TIIK CITY. g" Any lix or form of Bill ean ba fariuahed at rrrr shori

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