Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 7, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 7, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX ?No. MIA?Whole No. 34*47. AUK NTS. 1 om following la list of i|niU for the Herald, where ubacriptione will b? received, and tingle number* are found for aale:? Bo (ton, Man. .Meaira. Redd me It Co. i Philadelphia Pa Mwn Zieber It Co. Baltimore, Ud .Win. Taylor. i Washington, D. Do. i Buffalo, N. T T. 8. Hawke. 1 New Haven, Conn. T.H. Pease. 1 Hartford, Coin. J. W. J add, Albany, N. Geo. Jones. , Troy.N.Y Levi WiHard. Lantingbargh, N. Y A. Lewia. Newark,N. J ?i , C auk ill. NY .H R?we , Peek*kill, N T. Monk house 8inf Sing. N. V 8- Bard. \ New Orleans, Li .vJ-C. Morran. ? Cincinnati. Robert Carnaha \. > Fatenon. N.J - MatthewDoughoi t>. ; Rocheater, N. Y........ . Joaea. t Elizabethtown. N. J...... .Samuel Crane. < New Brunawlok, N. J William Solomoh, I St. Louis, Mo ? Woodward k Mathewa. ' Charleaton, S.C Amos Head. * Hudson, N. Y George Clara. Augusta, Oa.,.. 8. A. Holmes. MoDile, Ala. M Boiillemet Poughkeepsie, N. Y ..Levi Smith. ?rentan, N. J..M J. Rauusley. suiaville, Ky.. W. A. Haldnman. , Wheeling, Ya. F. C- Brookman. i New London, Con 8. & O. Rogora. i Vtica, N. Y J.B.Loat Nashville, Trnn.. A. Billing*. 1 Syracuse, N. Y .James Robertson. , Bridgeport, Ct 8. W. Hatch. Jackson, Mlaa.. .J. W Clark. < Vicksburg, Mits Mrs. E. A. Parker. New Bed lord. Maas A. Robinson. Providence, R. I John Green. Worcester, Maas L. Thompson. I Nantucket. Mas* J. P. Huaaey. Q&- Yearly subscription to the Daily Herald, $7 96, and for a ahorter period at the same rate. The Weekly j Herald, (826. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL I STEAM SHIPS. 1 Of 1200 tons ami 440 horse power each. : Appointed by the Admiralty to sail between Liverpool and Boston, callinx at Halifax to land and receiro Pajuensengers and Hex Majesty's Mails. HIBERNIA. E. Judkins. CALKDON1A, Captain Edward (>. Lott. ACADIA. Captain Alexander Ryrio, BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. Will sail for Boston via Halifax, f IJ | ,?u.nAAI Acadia. Ryrie. lGth August. 19tb July. HibArma, Judkins, 1st Sept. 4th August. Britannia. Lott, 10th do 19th do These ships carry experienced surgeons, and are supplied with France*' Patent Life Boats. Passage to Liverpool $120?To Halifax $20. No berths secured until paid for. For passage applv to D. BRIOHAM, Jr.. Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall st., New York. NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL, PACKETB. To tail from New York on the 24th and .Liverpool on the ISth of each month^m Blafa OHBa From New x okk. Ship ROSCIUS, C'apuiu John Collins, 24th July. Bbip 8IDDON9, Captain A. B. Cobb, 24th August. Ship SHERIDAN, Captaiu F. A. Depeyster, 24th Bept. Bhip GARR1CK, Captain Wm. Skiday, 24th Octobcr. From Liverpool. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 13th July. Bhip GAKRICK, Capt. Wm. Bkiddy, 13th August. Bhip KOUCIUS, Captain John Collins, 13th September. Bhip 8IDDON9, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvement* as combine great ipeed with unusual comfort for passenger*. Every car* has becu taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage heuce is S".V Them ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give geueral utiafaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unlets regular bills of ladiug are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to ?. K. COLLINS It CO., 56 South st.. New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY it to., Liverpool. Letters by tlie packets will be charged 12% cents per aingle iIm ; JO cent* per ounce, and newspa|)ers 1 cent each. jy7 ec THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKKTS. )lfiy To sail from New York Itith, and from Liverpool Sth of each month. Ship HOTTINGUER, 1050 tona, < lrt. JnIv Ira Bursty, ilCthJulj. New Ship LIVERPOOL, 1150 tons, J 1ril . . John Eldridp. \ l6,h Au,u,L "" ?!. ?W?. Bh.r. ItOc HtsTl.R^W]mu. i ,?,h Oel?b.r. Those snbstantial, fast sailing, first rlass snips, all built in the city of New York, are commanded by men of experience and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 16th of aach month. .. . Their cabina are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever caa conduce to the ease and comfort of passeugrrs. Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be responsible for any parcels or packages sent by them, uulets regular bills lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to WOODHCLL i MINTURN8, 87 South street. New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS It CO., je II r LiveniooK PA SB AUK FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND RV TMF HI KCM R A II. nil C%\ T? I IVI.' HV LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Hailing from Liverpool ou the 7th and 19th of avery month.] Peraoos wishing to irad to the Old Country Tor thrir friends can tmke the necessary arrangijms?ta with the subscribers, and have (hem come out in this superior Line of Packets, Sailing from Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of entry month. They will also have a first rate class of American trading ship*, ailing every si* days, thereby affording weekly erimmuniea. tion from that port. One of the firm (Mr. Jams* D. Roche) is thrne, to see that they shall be forwarded with care and df?patch. Should the partim agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it hera, without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packet*, comprise the following magnificent Ships-vit Tbe OXFORD, Tl.e 1KW YORK, f'AMBKIDOF., COLl'MBUS. EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENOLAND NORTH AMERICA. With snch superior and unequalled arraitiieintinU, the subicribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that suitport which has been eitouded to them so many years, for which they ar?grateful. '1 hose proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all limns obtain Draft* at sight for any amount, drawn direct on tlx Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCO'ltf, UROTE, AMES ?c CO. Bankers, Londoa, which will b* mid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Brwichas, in all the principal towns throughout England, Iralaud, Scotland aud Walas. Apply, or address. (if hy kt^ jx^ ?id.) i?\/v n tij diiu i itr.,km 3c v. v?. 35 Fulton street New York, next door to the Fultou Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this Ixirt for Liverpool on the Is) and 19th of narh month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and advantage to aclect this favorite Line for their couveyauce, in preference to auy other. diT7jr NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. Second Liue?The Ships of this line w ill hereafter leave NewYork on the 1st, and Havre on the 16th of each mouth, as follows, vi* From Nr.w Yon*. F?om Hivkk. New Ship ONEIDA, i 1st March. t 16th April. Captain < 1st July. J ltith August. Jame* Funck. ( 1st November, r 16th December. Ship BALTIMORE, I 1st April. I ltith May. Captain < 1st August. < 16th September. Edward Funck. ( 1st December, f ltith January. Ship UTICA, i 1st May. \ IGth June. ( sptain < 1st September. . 16th October. I" rederick Hewitt, r 1st January. f 16th February. New ship St. NICHOLAS! 1st June. I 16th July. Captain < 1st October. < 16th November. J-. B. Pell, { 1st February. ( 16th March. The accommodatious of ihttse ships art* not surpassed, combining all that may be required for c.infort. The price of cabin |>assage is $100. Passenrers will be supplied Willi every lequisite with the exception of wines and liquors. t foods intended for ihme vessels w ill t? forwarded by the subscriber*, free from any other than the rimnw actually iucurred on them, r or fn-iglit or pannage, apply to BOV I) II Ifisruvv a...... jeji re No. 9, Touting Building, cor. Wall iuid WsTer'sts. KOR NKW ORLEANS. LOUISIANNA ANI) NKW YORK LINK OF PACKETS as*, jfc. ^ Vor the better accommodation of shipt?rs, it i? intended to deajiaicli a ship from this port on the 1st. ilia, 10th, lith. 20th, and 13th of each month, commencing the 10th October anil continuing until May, wIhm regular da>? will lie appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great clelayi and disappointments will be prevented during the summer months The following ships will commence this arrangement: i Ship V AZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship pCONKK, aptain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. ship LOyiBVILIA Captain Hnnt. I Ship HHAKSPK.A Rh, ( aPlain Nliurr. ghiP ' aptain Latham. _ Captain Mumford. Siouifl^ Captain Lea*itt. utt/iuni ?'1 Captain Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, ( aptain Kiitfht. . Ship LOUISA, ( aptain Mulford These ships were all built in the city of New York, nptmly for packets, are of light draft of water, hare recently been newly copperad and pnt in splendid order, with accommodations for passengers unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by eineneuced masters, who will make every ciertion to give (eneral satisfaction. They will at all times be towed np and anwn the Mississippi by steamboata. Neither the owners or captaina of these ship* will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious atones, silver or plated ware, or for any Utters, parcel or package, sent by or nut on board of them, unless regular bills ol lading are taken lor tlie same and I lis rillM fkai-ivMs Mitru4iiui For fruiflu or muicf. ajflr to fiSS^FWOODfuiV* AiJnt'Vi ?N.w ufL?*n,i wko will promptly forward nil goods to their addrms 4 ht Rhipt of thi? lina ar* w* minted to nail punctually m ad# rfiMrd, m4 great car? will bt taken to ha?? the goods cornet\Y maaturad. m E NE NEV JOHN HERDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISH Ml) EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. mm.rn.rn. ttEgrLAlCLINK Oh PACKKT Sliir8.'ffsfSir?tre*t. Sew >ork. PA88A(JK to and from (iivk Britain and Ireland, via LI reri>ool anil London, by the regular packet ships, sailing ?!? he lit Ttli, 13tli, l'Jth, and 2Ath of sen month to and from Liferpool and to and front Loudou 1st, luth aud 20th of each nonth. 1 he subscriber has made u n e< j n a 11 < <! arrangements to briitK >nt emigrants, and ran, with great confidence, assure thoie persons sending for their frieuds, that every due and diligent attention will be shown them, and all who embark with ihein. I a**age can also be engaged ftom Liverpool direct to New Oreans. Mobile, Savanuah, Baltimore, Philadelphia. Boston, and I o the different port* of the British Provinces, at the lowast Mat. .With those arrangements, together with the advantage w hich lis Liverpool correspondents possess, being large *hip owner*, ind eitsnsirvly augaged in the freighting Gusin*** despatching 'uarly at least 100 lirst class ship* from Live.r|Kiol to the vi rou* K>ru of the United Stales, with freight aud p**te:iger*. The iu-ility offered by this establishment is onsurpessed, and from ha large uumber of first class (hip* employed ill the line there an l>e no detection whatever, which will be guarantee,! The trice of passage will be at the lowest rate*, and ihou'4 uiy of hose sent for decline coming, the passage money will he a* ustomary refunded. The steamboat fire from the different >orts to Liverpool can. as usual, he secured. JOIIN HKHDMAf"}, 61 South ?t. N V. ar J. 8t W. ROBINSON, neer Wall street, Merchants aud Kini^rant*' Age;iti, No. 16 (Jorae Piazzas, Liviiiiool. DRAFTS AND KX< HANOK. The Subscriber requests the attention of those remitting motey to their friend* to his uuequalled arrangements for the paynent of hi* drafts on demand, without discount or any charge whatever, at the following Bankiug Institutions^ viz London. Messrs J. Barnard Si Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Lirerpool. National Provincial Bank of England, and Branches through>ut England and Walw. Yorkshire District Bank and Brandies. Birmingham Banking Co. Lancaster Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Greenock Banking Co. in Glasgow and Clreenock. Eastern Buik of Scotland and Branched. IRELAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. \inagh Cork Eunis Mallow Athlone Carlow K.nniskilleu Money more Ballina Cavan Oalway Oinagh Belfast Colerain* Kilkenny Parsonstown Bainbridge Cootehill Kilrush Sligo Ballrinena Dublin Londondexry Strabane Banaon Downpatrick Largen Tralee Ballyshannon Dungamiou Limerick Waterford Clonmel Dnngarron Meuaghan Ytughall National Bank of Ireland. Billinsloa Castlebar Moate Tipperary Banagher Enuiicorlhy Nejiah Tuam Boyle Fermoy New Uom Thomastown Cosher Calway Roscrea Tralee Carrick on Sair Kanturk Kuicommoii West;>ort Castlere* Longford Sligo Wexford Charlesville Loughrea Tallow Wicklow Clonmel Michaelstowu Thurles N. B.?In addition to the Liverpool and London packets, the ubscriber is also agent for the regular packets sailing weekly from New York to New Orleans, Mobile, C.harl eston, ami Savannah, by which passage can be secured at the lowest rates. lyljMf JOHN HEKDMAN. TAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. <Hiv Sh- Jffijjt- ^ The subscribers lieg to call the attention of their friends and the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringing out ti&sseugrrs from,'and remitting money to any part of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in the magnificent packet shins, comprising the "NfiVy LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:? Ship ROSCIUS, Capt. Collins. Ship 8IDDONS, Cajitain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN. Captiiu Depeyster. Sliip OARR1CK, Carnal* Skiddy. New ship HOTTINGUER, Captain Bursty. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodliouse. Ship ROCHESTER, Captain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL. Captain Eldredjie. Sailing twice ev?ry mouth ; anil with the " UNITED LINE," composed of superior first class American ships, sailing every teu days, will make five ships in each month throughout the i lit* morning i-Mi'' proc?*?i? U) oorueiuown, iroin uniiir uy 4tminl>iMt lo Pniladrlpni*. , . The k veiling Line proctvdi direct to CiniKU (n|?|K)?iie t" Philadelphia) without change of car*. f Passengers will procure th??ir ticket* at the office loot ol Courtlandt street, where a commodious itmnbotti will be m r?'\uiinfSH. with Ituctf.iK** crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crate* are kc;?nvc\. ?! from city to wihout mm optnei l?\ the way. Each t ram i* profiOTWiin \ Ctf |l whteh an* ipartlMVtl and dr****ing room* cipr*?*ly lor the ladies' me. , . Returning, the line* leave Philadelphia'from the foot ol Walnut street, by ?teainl?oat to Bordentown at 7 o clock, A. and h> railrond from Camden, at & o'olock 1* M The liiiet for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7l? A. M., and P. M. l?eing a continuation ??f 11? line* from New York. )e| " NKWYORKt Mifflin SCHOOLKY'8 VOl NTA1N . iplU \M) K \s ION ' liJ ^_l_tVia K. and Some mile H. H<>ad B^BEkiL-SiK? For HuSfrffley'* Mountain, lea\e pier No. I ^oritt r???*r, .%t lk| o'oloA A. M., daily, (Sundays ncrotnl) I)1* steamboat to KJizaln-tMbrt^ or leave th? foot of (ottrtfand street at *> o'clock A. M.. T?y N. J. Kailrond ts Uliiabethtown, thmtt connett with the car* for 8omerviI|e coaclnw, thence 20 mi lea to the Monntain?arriv ing oarly in tne afternoon. For KtttOH lenve a* ADO re, prOMM PY railroad CO 9otMni|K coaches from thence (only 'J4 in lies) arriving in Ka-ton at G o clock. This route,V>n account of the nhort distance bv Coaches, making it by far the most pleasant and rt (volitions, commends it ell to imbhc patronage. Mr. Sanderson. the proprietor at 8omerville, ha* provided himself with carriages and hones to accommodate private |t*rtie* with estras at the shortest notice, snd on reasonable term*. For seats apply to II. 0. Hope, Merchants' Hotel, 41 Courtland at. PassanflPr* from Philadelphia to flchoolev's Mountain, will leave Philadelphia at 7 o clock. A. M., by New York railroad line to New Brunswick. Spleodid coaches from thence, arriving st the moii'itam early same aftcmoon. J2m*r HO< KAWAY PAVILION-?LONG ISLAND kail ROAD. Train* upon [In. r?jd Imtc Brooklyn, South Kerry, for Jamairi, wlirr* coachn arv in ri"\diu<-u for tint (Irlinlillul rwurl, tin- Marinr r.irilion, II tin' following houri. rii Half-nut '(AM < ..vfT.J. .:,n-.n..t(i P. M. Rrtiirum*, !? ?? J?m*l< ? at 8 A. M., 12 M? and J P. M. for New York. Kurr to .lam*ic? U. , through from Brooklyn to the Pavilion, 7J cwt?. jrt4 ?w?r year, tor one every six uaysj inereiiy pre\entiiig <lif possibility of unnecessary detention. I'as?ag>* direct from London, Bristol and (}reenock to New York. Also from Liver|>ool to New Orleans, Mobile. Savannah Charleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the various port* in British North America, can at all times be engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their frinuls, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from selecting this line in preference to any other, and they may rest assured that unusual care will be taken to make the passage agreeable, the ships being fitted up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all cases where the parties sent for decline coining, the money will be refunded without any deduction, as u*u:il. A free passage from the various sea|>orts of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured. The regular packets for which the subscrilier* are agents, sail as follows, viz To and from London on the 1st, 10, and 20th of each mouth. To and from Liverpool on the 1st. 7th. 13th, 19th, and 25tb of each mouth. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons in the country wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the nun they wish sent, with the name and address of the parties to receive, it, may rely on a draft for the amount being forwarded per first packet, after the receipt thereof and an acknowledgement for the same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, arc payable on demand, w ithout discount or any other charge, at the National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and branches, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Bull, Snu Ik Co. Bankers London Eichange and Discount Bank. Liverpool aud in every principal town of Oreat Britain and Ireland. Further particulars made known on application, if by letter, post paid, to W. Sc J. T. TAP8COTT. d3y r 43 Peck Slip, corner South st. F O KB U FFAlTO A~STJ ALL~PART8~OF THE WEST' iSi &&& ASSOCIATION PASSAUfe, OFFICE TO ALBANY. Utica $2 00 Rocheater, $:i 00 Syracuse, 2 23 Buffalo, 3 60 Oswego, 2 25 lTp. and Lower Canada 1 M For pasiage apply to M. L. RAY, m23 3m 93 Barclay streat, New York. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS PORTATION COMPANY. FARF. REDUCFJJ TO TWENTY-FIVE CF.NT8. From the foot of Courtlandt atreet, New York. (Every day?Sundays eicepted.) Laavas New York. Leaves Newark. At 8 A/M. At 2 P.M. At 7 A.M. At IX P. M. I do. 3 do, A do. 4\ do. II do. 4 do, il ilo. 5U, do. do. toU do. ?H.v 6*J do. BSi 'jodo. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Courtlanrit ?treet. I,mim New York. Leave* Newark. At 0 A. M. and 4V P. M. At 12** P M. and 9* P. M. NKW YORK, KLIZABk.TH TOWN. Lenvm New York. Leaves Llir/ibeih Town At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M, At IS A. M. ISi P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8 Kt do. 7 do. 11 do. 4}? do. 10 do. 9j* do. OS, do. 12 do. The train* for Wettfield, Plainfirld. Roundhrook, Hotnwvilla, fkc., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4la P. >1. ; traiu* from New Yoik daily, S?|dav* excepted. Fare between New York and Klii.iVth Town 2i cent*. Fare between do. and Romerville, 7J cent*. MKW YORK AND RAH<VAV. Leave* N?w Y ork. I.cavfi Railway. At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. At J P. M. 9 do. 4 do. A do. tiji do. 11 do. do. do. 9 do. ti}* do. ll^L do. NKW YORK AND NEW Biil'NSWK K. From foot of Courtlandt street, New York, daily. Lcivea New York. Leave* Nrw Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At 6 A.M. At lll? A.M. 4.S d"- 7>, do. 8>-, P. M. ON 8UNDAY8T Leaves New York. Leave* Nrw Bninawick. At 9 A. M. and l\ P. M. At IO? A. M.. and 8*, P. M. Fare, except in the I'hiladrlpliia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. 60 cent*. Between New York and If all way, Z'< cents. PasMUtKcra who procure tlieir ticket* at the ticket office, receive a ferry ticket gratis. Ticket* are received by the conductor only on the day when purchased. mil :im*r SUMMER ARKANTIEMENT. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAILROAD LINE DIRKCT. Vu Newark, Nrwimrw?wic?. Pmwcetoi, Tr?.\to"?, Bnm)?'.MTOw<t Ann Bt Hi.iMiTQ*. THROl (Til I.N !HIA lull HIS. Lcat iuu New York daily from the foot of fourtlamlt at. Morning Liue at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at t\ P. M. W YO V YORK, MONDAY MO PATERSON RAILROAD. Allr, (INLY t> OKNTlt. From Paterson to Jersey City. On and aftor Monday, I7lh July, thecals will leave P*TKH?ot? Dkpot. L? aw: Nr.w Von*. 8 A. M. 9 A. M. I??"u IS* P.M. 4 P. M. a ON SUNDAYS. Lkavf Pirr?<(iN Dkpot. I,fat* New io*k. 7>? A. M. IkA.M. J P. M. 6 P. M. Transportation cars ply daily (Sunday* excepted.) Passenk'ftt air advised to be at the Kerry, loot tf Courtlaudt street, a few minutes before the stated hours of departure. jy 19 Qui Leave the foot of Courtlaudt street. daily (Suuu.iu at 8 o'clock, A. M. by railroad from Jersey city to Mormtowii, thence by Po?t coach* through Meudhatn. OhesttM\ Schooley % Mountain, Anderson Town. Port Colden. WashinRton Kastmi. At Washington a daily line intersects to and Iroin Belvidere. For seats apply to J. Hill, at J. Patton's Commercial Hotel, 73 Courtlaudt street. N. B.?Extras furnished at the shortest notice by applying to N B. Luse, United States Hotel, Vlorristown. myll Jmrc N EW~AR RA nTTf. \t ENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. oca REGULAR MAIL LINK?FOR PRO^r^wL!73?VIDF.NCK AND BOSTON, via. STON* Z.INOTON AND NEWPORT?Composed of the following superior stivtmers, miming i* connection isith the Stonington and Boston and Providence Kailroads :? MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Comstock. RHODF. ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRAOANSETT. MOIIEGAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays eicept?d) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place N. River, at J P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODF. ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stonington and Newport, and Friday For Stonington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stouiugton. and Saturday lor Stoning* ton, Newport and Providence. Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will be immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Cars of the Railroad to Providenc* and Boston, and if for Newport will proceed in the steamers on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, and on the intervening days, proceed via Stonincton Railroad to Providence, and from thence in the steamer Iotas, without any additional charge. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths can be secured on board, or at the office of HARNDEN St CO., No. 3 Wall strwt G^7"On and after the 10th in?t, freight will not be received anu forwarded after half-p?st I P. M. m9 Sin* m NKVV YORK AND KINUHTON STEAM FREIUltT AND PASSAGE LINE. Kor Kingston, and Delaware and Hudson ura^T^raiial?ateaiuboats EMERALD and NORThe EMERALD, Captain John Ketcham, w ill leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at 5 o'clock, P. M. Will leave Kingston (Rondout landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will le.iue New York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, P. M. Will leave Kingston (Rondout landing) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'cloclc, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Reluming, leaves Kingston at 4 o'clock same day. Kor freight or passage apply on board, or to WILLIAMSON, llARLOW St CO., a21 3m*r 164 West street. gz\ FARE RFPUCED FOORIDOKPORT ft uf J* v,NP NORWALK?Lauding at Belden's Fare to Bridgeport. 25 cents. Fare to Norwalk, 12>,cts. Fare to New Haven, 75 cents. The steamboat MUTUAL SAFETY leaves Liberty street Pier every moming, Sunday excepted, at o'clock, for !lrul#?port and Norwalk, touching at Belden's ,\, ., running in cunlies ion with the Housatonic Railroad. Hemming. leave Bridgeport at half-past I P. M. .ir oh the arrival of tin- cars. New. Haven Line ges leave Bi eport imnn ili.itely OB the arrival of the b TIm- distance is 10 mile.s, w ith fine roads and a beautiful < Fare to New Haven 75 ceiitf. Office foot of Libert v i. jylH Im'rc URIAH GREGORY, Agent. .Mfl zfl" S'l K.N ISLAND FERRY, FOOT OK 1'EHALL ST.?.The steamboats T m Y S'l N lSLANDEllaud SAMSON will run as follows until I notice :? Leave New York a, lu, 11, 1, 2, 3>4, 5, 6, 7. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 10, 11, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7. Leave New York and Staten Island every hour *n Sunday. StaIt'll Island Kerrv?foot of Whitehall *1rwT tn ' 1 il*r?111 (11 rect. The steamboat Hercules Mr ill leave New Yorki P. M.? Clifton, 5 P. M. on Sunday, July 10th. P. 8.?Excursion to Kort Hamilton, Sundays nwiiti-i.? Leave Kort Hamilton 74 A. M., returning from New York, 3,4 P- M. ill r .Mj, ^g, 8TATEN ISLAND FERRY?CLIFgL^-?jvTgl? TON. NEAR THK NARROW*?Until ^ * further notice, the 2 o'clock trip IVom Whitehall (the STATEN ISLANDER) will, after making her usual landings at the Quarantine and Stapleton, proceed to the new wharf at Clifton, near the. Telegmph. The SAMSON will leave Clifton wharf for the city, at 4 V o'clock. On Sunday*, tlie 2 o'clock trip from Whitehall will proceed direct to Clifton, without touching at the Quarantine and Starleton, and the return boat will leave Clifton wharf at 6 o'clock rare 124 cent*. This arrangement will afford a delightful excursion to the Narrows, and an opportunity of enjoying the sea breeze, scenery and prospect, for which that part of Staten Island is so celebrated, with ample time for a ramble, and bathing on the sea side. j 21) 2wr .mm an NEW ARRANGEMENT FOR ?LZl5jrC3> SHREWSBURY?Long Branch, Sandy 3C^aCai.Hook. Ocean House and Eatontown Landing. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John P. Corliea, will now run as follows, on and after Thursday, 27th inst :?leaving New York, from the foot of Rohinsoti street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Eaton town Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as above, weather permitting, until further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Fare 37)4 cents. N. B.?Stage* will be in attendance to convey passengers from the aforesaid landing places to any part of the county rehM, The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable. jeI3r 4A NEWARK ANI) NEW YORK.?Fire fit?J?onlv 124 Cents !?The splendid steamer PASr waI/ .r._. i..... t(i. ?,ii u follows:? Leave the foot of Barclay street. New York, at 10 A. M., and i r. m. Leav<? the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 74 A. M., and and 1,4 P- M. The accommodations both for passengers and freight have been ({reatly improved. Freight carried at very low rates. alfi fimr ati HAMILTON HOl'SE, FOHT HAM J?*uiT3?lLTON. The Steamboats STATEN X^^fcGJLlSLANDER and SAMPSON will run every day, (Sundays excepted) during the season as follows :? Leave Kort Hamilton at 74 A. M., and 44 P. M. New York, Whitehall Dock, at 3.4 P. M. This arrangement mav be relied on as permanent, a* its contimiincr ?<|Fnnl <Wl?>nd oil mi' e.mtinironrv if. tmr "dill ?&\ REGULAR OPPOSITION VOR BOS~via NEWPORT AND PROVIJtl?22???11K N < K?Kaie in Boston 32 M?Deck Si .'ifl; no charge lor Birth*. Newport anil Providence Sl_; Deck JO cts. The last tailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain Win. II. Peck. lmves Catharine Market flip. Kail River, ev?ry Monday, Wednesday and Kriday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. Kor passage or freight apply on hoard, or to A. D. PECK.'tOi South ?t. an5 Im? m HOOMS TO LET. tIN THE BELMONT HOUSE, NEW BRlOllTON?The Subscriber having lifted up this estahlisliment at a greet t-ipense, for tlie comfort of his friends public, and grateful for the very lilieral patronage alrmdy hestowea on him, trusts by his exertion* to please lor a continuance of it. He Iwgs to inform them that he has still two double and three single rooms unoccupied which lie will let on term* low to suit the times, if immediate application be made, and will be happy to accommodate |<ersons wishing to enjoy the beauty and advantages of this place. The situation it one of the most desirable on the Terrace.? Having a very fine large bathing house directly in front, the boarders can enjoy that luiury w ith tbe greatest convenience and pleasure. The steamboats ply constantly throughout the day to and from New * ork. OKOlUiE PIERIS. Belmont-House, New Brighton. June 211th, 1(113. j30 r Jgl MONTOOM KRY HALL, MONT(iOM~KK fffjW ALA.?The proprietors of this Establishment, so faX^JH^vorably known to the travelling public on the great thoroughfare between Charleston and Mobile, air determined to maintain the high reputation for comfort and liberality of arrangement whicn it has so long, and tliey trust, not undeservedly enjoyed. The buildings, which are very t|iacions and conveniently arranged, have been thoroughly repaired, and the bed rooms both double and single, have bern refurnished with new beds and bedding, also w ith every necessary article for comfort and convenience. The Parlors, both public and private, are larjje. airv and elegantly furnished. These facilities. with carelul and attentive servants, a sellar well stocked with choice old wines, a table supplied w ith every lumry that the season and market can afford, and tie- firm determination of the proprietors to omit nothing that will tend to the satisfaction of their guests, will, they trust, ensure tliem the favorable attention of tlie travelling public. An Omnibus will at all times lie in readiness, to couvry passeng-rs from tin- Rail Road and Steamboats to the house, fire of cliarge. W. TILLEY it CO. Montgomery, June 7. 1843. au 12ni*r PARIS BOOTS AND LASTS MADE TO ORDER BY E. SUSER, 175 Broadway, (Basement,) our door from Court- |

landf street. E. Sl'SKR, Bootmaker, and miker of Lasts, an " Elve"of < lerce of Pans. lwg< leave to inform his friends and all the amateurs of a gentlemanly " chaussnre," that he can now make, in New York, with the best French materials, all that is so perfectly made, in Paris, by his master the celebrated bootmaker < lerce, whose numerous customers ou this side of the Atlantic are respectfully invited t* try Sl'SKR'S boots and lasts More they dcsimir or being chausse*' in New York, after the nicest, latest Paris Fashion. Also, the genuine Paris Jet Black Varnish sold. jy2fl lm ec ^ M. > \ I A HI) ?To Llbe 70 0011 mitn.rrio/l ...<t III |S?1 n irri?*<l Lwlin "f Nfw York,?The unhacriber teuilf is hiii rom|?ln?"i?U t" the Ladies, and would inform them th.it he i* fnnii*hinif cit> MwihoNortlw l*-*t kind :?r men i iirir?* cannot fill o .nil the mo*t economical. Br*t Silk <(iU?r?. in?le In order $ > 25 a $2 M Beat Pruned " " " 2 00 e 2 2.'i Biitkinn 71 a I 12,'% Lndiea Slipper* 62^ a I 00 Miim'lhilni 7A a 100 Thnir who c?ll at thin *tore mv.iriably call ajc.nn?the bent evidence of the *ati?fiietion ofhi? customer* with hi* prices aud ih'- durability of In* shoes. N. B ?City and country dealer* can hive their orders eieeuted on the must favorable term*, and with shoes mide by the beat workmen in the country. . I). O. CROSBY'S Ladies' Shoe Store, No. i2 Catherine *t. two doom below Madison *t. jy3 Im'ec __ BQOI IND SHOE STORK. JOHN KKA1)\ rc.?|iect fully informs hi* friend* auu inu i.ublic, that hn ha* commenced km*im-** iu the above line, at No. 91) Nassau strwt, where lie will thankfully receive and faithfully eMcnte, all order* he may be favored with on the mo*t reasonable term* for ca*h. j> 22r RK H RNING, AUGUST 7, 18EXCHANGE HOTEL. '"PHK subscriber would inform his friends ami the public that he has lately takfn tli? h (change Hotel, No. 2B i'ourtlandt , itiwl, in the city of New Vork. The whole house ha* been | thoroughly repaired, nml refurnished in an elegant aud comniodious manner, and in every nrranc mmt about the establish- ! ment hi? gre.tlest desire has been to fu;uish every thing that the spirit of the age requires from rompeti'irt for puDlic favor. Its location in the business part of ihocitv, and convenient proximity to the points of arrival and itopai , re of the stea niboat and railroad lines of communication, |?i.icularly recommend it to the business and travelling community; while, at the same t ime | his moderate charge* will he adapted to the time*. He has been so fortunate as to secuie the servica* of Mr. Erastus I'helps, one of the late proprietors, w ho will be the j principal manager, which, of itself, lte 11*1* confident will lie the beet guarantee thai can be ottered, th it every thing Wll I he so conducted as to give entire satisfaction to those wno shall favor him with their patronage. V. B. RYERSON, New Vork, July 29. 1(113. *3 Im* ro B0AD1NG REDUCED. WALTON MANSION HOUSE-336 Peail street. Frank1 in Suuare, New York.?J. Fowler & Hon be* leave to return thank* to their friend * and the public in general, for the liberal support they have received tor several year* put at the above hotel, and hope, by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their favors, the proprietors hating reduced the price* of Boarding to K) cents per day, or two dollars fifty i cents per week. The house is situate in the most business part 1 of the city, being convenient to the Albany, Boston and Philadelphia steamboats; likewise to the London, Liverpool and j Bristol packets. The above house needs no comment a* it is J one of the most airy and spacious premises in the city, having | a large y*rd with a fine spring of water, w ith every otlter recjtllsite to make it comfortable, in fact, the above house combines ] more comfort in iti line of business, than any other in the ! city. The senior proprietor, being always on the premises, hn I will *ee every attention paid to his guests, not only by hiini<*lf, i but by his agents and servants. Ales, wines, spirits. Xc. 3 cents a glut. Fiue Loudon and Dublin porter, in draught and bottle. P. 8.?Private rooms for families. No charge for itorage. N. B.?No connection whatever with the Walton House next door. j2 2m*r MKKICAN HOTKL, NKW YORK.?Having complete<l the repairs and alterations of the American Hotel, and the adjoining house (which 1 have annexed to it) I respectfully solicit from my friends and the public a continuation of their patronage. The situation is as good as that of any limilar establishment in the city. It fronts on the Park, ana the Fountain is immediately oppoiite. The houie has been uewly carpeted, and every thing thoroughly repaired. j 14 eodlm*rc WM. B. COZZENfl. F.MZARF.THPORT HOTKL F.LIZAUf.lllrUIll, INKW JEK8KY. r IE subscriber begi to announce to him friends ami the , public, that he has taken said HOHl, (lately kept In E. Aldrien,) which has undergone a thorough cleansing ana repair, j and it now open as a public boarding house for the reception ! of visitors. The table will be furnished with every variety the market (if- I fords, and every attention will be cheerfully bestowed that w ill conduce to the liealth, comfort or enjoyment of visitors, with j prices to suit the times. The ne.tr DTOXimity of Elizals'thport to New York, renders this a desirable summer retreat for merchants and others, encaged in busines in tha city, as the steam- | boats Cinderella and Waterwich leave New \ork, pier No. I | North River, and Elizabethport every two hours during the i day. JAMES MOORE, jy 18 lm*r N" EW LEBANON SPRINGS is the most healthftil and I pleasant place of reaort for visitors during the summer i months, in the United States. Visitors from the south, who intend ?isiting that place, will find it the most expeditious route to laud at Hudson, thence by raltrond to Edward's l)e|Hit, whera stages are in readiness to carry thein to the Spring*. _ I The cars leave Hudson at 6 A. M. and 4 F. M. or on the arri- ! val of the boats from New York, and passengers arrive at the Springs in three hours from Hudson. aJ 3w*r PALMO'S ARCADE BATH. 39 CHAMBER STREET. THE OENTLEMEN8' SALOON NOW OPEN.-Oreat Reduction. Bathi 25 cents. Baths with robes or sheets - 37" " 2i tickets for_ ci. The subscriber having leased the above establishment, for a term of years, h:u commenced improvements on a scale which when completed, will, he flatters himself, ?ie in taste, in costly elegance aud magnificence, with any similar establishment in the world; having visited the best conducted baths in Europe, lu feels no hesitation in assuring his fellow citizens that til* spirit which has for the past thirty years actuated him in providing (no matter at what cost) the most sulejidid mansions for their social comfort and convenience, shall not, on the present occasion, be lost sight of, and that to the improvements and elegancies of the Europe.au baths, he will take the liberty of I adding from the inventive resources of his ow n cultivated and well known taste, all that he ha* observed wanting to render tile enjoyment of a bath the " lie plus ultra" of perfection. The Ladies' Saloon will be in readiness in a few days. A full description of the varied improvements will be given 1 when completed, aud the whole thrown open for public. ius|?-c- [ "mii3mec FERDINAND PALMO. RETRENCHMENT THE ORDER OF THE 1 DAY. NOTICE to Citizens of New York and Strangers sojourning in the City.?O OSLINO'S SPLENDID DINING ROOMS. Nos. r.t and G6 Nassau street.?The immense patro...... .. I.;-!. I... I.,.,.., ...I.....I...I I,, 11... ?nhiicriK.<r ku s III,.-ml mil enlightened coin in unity, h? enabled him to enlarge and improvalii* Dining lloom* no as now to accommodate two hunilli"J persons at our time. Whilst making these addition* to his favorite an J well known establishment, he has not been unmindful of the jtill greater comfort* and convenience* of his customers?having thoroughly ventilated the Iiuht airy saloon, and detached the kitchen*, so a* completely to eicliide the etflie* ia and heat w liich necessarily arises from rooking for two or three thousand person* per day. The walls of the saloon have been embellished by some of the most elegant and costly Oil Paintings of the ancient and modern schools: marble pillars and statuary, and busts of Washington, Napoleon, Sic. Stc. The bill of fare surpasses all others in any pait of the United Stales?including salmon of 3D and oilbs weight, at IH .1-1 cents per plate, with anchovy sauce, butter, bread, Sic.; all kinds of roast and boiled meats of the pest qualities, with bread and vegetable*, at 6 cent* per plate: ;r en peris, new potatoes, asparagus, strawberries. Pastry of 'II kirn' ; turtle and other soups steaks, chop*, Sic. and one hundred otb different article* of the choicest description, at prices equ.illy low. 11.-st Java Coffee, green and black 1'ivu, at 3 cents per cup ; Chocolatc G cents, Sir. Sic. Attentive aud civil waiters are employed, who spnik the French, Spanish, German and Dutch languages. Kvery article is served up iu the neateat possible style?anil hi every department of the establishment competent and experienced overseers are placed. Having visited and being conversant with the mode of business of many of the best conducted Dining Saloons iu Europe, America, and the West Indies, the subscriber feels no hesitation in assuring his fellow citizens that his establishment is inferior to none that he ha* *een in any portion of his arrangements?beside* which, the superior qualities and low prices of even'article included in the Daily Hill of Fare must, in that respect alone?exclusive of all other considerations?render it the very ne plus ultra of Fating House on this Continent. The establishment has been supplied throughout with Croton Water, which passe* through improved filterers; and the Saloon is open every day from G o'clock A. M. until 9 P.M., and on Sundays from 7 o clock A.M. until 8. jfl :lm*r HF.NRV GOSLING. WM. T. JENNINGS & CO. HRAPERS AND TAILORS, 211 Broadway, American 1 ' Hotel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of seasonable g including Cloths, Cassimares, Vesting*. Sic., in all the new and various styles, under the assur ance run tin' system 01 smaii proms and ; Ml r K returns which has elicited ?o liberal a patronage, will be continued, while our arrangements are such as will enable tia to All all orders in future with promptuess. A lealiire in the establishment, which mint commend it to thosejeouiring articlea for immediate use, la the addition to our stock. of an assortment of first quality ready made Oarnicuta, consisting of Surtouts, Frocks, Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vesta, Office Coata, Travelling Frocki, Dressing Oowna, Jte. A choice colloction of Milk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, UnderShirts, Drawers, Muslin Shirts, Collars, Sic. At prices which must offer inducements to purchaser*. jy24 3m*ec ___ CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. C PHILLIPS, Merchant Tailor, (late of 7 Astor House, >? Broadway,) impnwsed with the necessity of meeting 'he exigency of the lime* by the reduction of his prices, and finding it impossible to do so while subject to the enormous outlays a Broadway location necessarily incurs, has determined on the onl\ way to effect this?w ithout disparagement to the quality of nis garments; litt has therefore, removed his establishment to 136 NASSAU STREET, comer of Beekman, where i gentlemen can now be supplied at a deduction of ten |?r cent from his former low prices. The following is submitted merely as a specimen of the foregoing assertion Superfine ('oats made in the liwt style from $16 to $18 Kxtra do of the finest quality, 18 to 22 Challie Vests, $2 75 S. I'. begs leave, in conclusion, to observe, the above articles may lie relied on, ill all rapects, to be of the most genuine description. and lower than any other house furnishing the same quality of articles. jyl linr CHEAP < \sil TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, 301 PEARL, LATE 108 BEEKMAN STREET. rpHE Subscriber, well known for the cheapness and durabiJ 1 ity of his work, desires to inform his |?strons and the public, that he is now, to suit the economical tendency of the times, making garments of the very best quality, at a reduction of 20 per cent from former prices, and less, it is lielieved, by 20 |ier cent than garments of the same quality are made by the cheap houses in this city. In order that gentlemen may understand what is meant by cheapness, the following bill of prices is submitted to their consideration, with a guarantee that the goods slnll lie of first rate quality, and the fit unexceptionable :? Superfine west of England ('loth Coats $12 to $16 Pants of black or fancy Double Milled Cass, 5 to 7 Vests, of Silk, Satin, kr 2 J* to I Making and trimming, in the best style, at the following prices : Coats r.l, to Si) Pants and Vests, U to All orderi executed with punctuality and despatch. JOHN MOFFAT. As the season is advanced, thu present stock of summer goods will lie sold low. au3 lin *r COAL. COAL IVmIi Orchard lied Ash Coal, first quality, will be sold by the subscriber at the following low prices for cash: Knsh broken and rgg, from lump in the yard, screen- j ed, and delivered to any part of the city at $5 per ton; stove St.- | 75; large nut $1,50; 25 cents per ton l?~s?? will In1 charged if taken | from the boat?weight and quality warranted. PETER CLIMTON, jyJ2m*r 571 Oreenwich, corner of King st. I KATHKR AND KIND I NO STORE, 2ftTSprinii st...-t, i ' i two doors from the corner of Washington street, ne.ar M .rlo.l N..w\..rL I ,iiKNi,lk- ,i.. ... * rtmailt of Sole unci Upper I.anther, Black Morocco and Kill I Skiiii, willilW, 4io.it and Liml**ktn Binding*,Shoe Threads, Lutingi, (Mlooiin. Rihlxiti*. Sheeting*, Linen and Leather Lining*, Boot Cord and Webb*, Boot Trre*. La*u. Hammer*, , Pincer*. Awl* and Tack*, with a lull a**ortment of Shoemaker* Tool*, of the inoit approved pnttern*. a?3lm*r _ WAKIUIN S. WILKKY. UALK MAXWKLli, No. 2 I KHAR STREET, NKW YORK, COLR A?ent? in the United State*, for the Fiench Report ' of Funioi, translated into English, with Pattern Sheen. Coitnme* Sir. for tailor*, dre** maker* and milliner*, received from Pari* on the arrival of every Packet. Tho*e who wiah J tint only original French Kunion now tent to America in the Kiiftli*h language, can have tlwm by calling a* above. Term* oflht Megant, or '1 jiilor v nhion, Kite Dollin imr , year, iuued munthlv. w K lift, c Ladiea Kailiion. Ten Dollar* per year. i?*ued weekly with > ighty four tine colored I tteel engraving* |*'r year, or *ev?n ach n "ttn. jyX> lm*r DROTK( riQN OK HI M \N Lit ... in ILD1NOS ft. SHIPS'FROM LIOHTNINo.?I'.iwen' improved l.ightinng l inductor;, Apply lo of addrew J. A. POWK.HS, 176 IroMWKf, New York- jyd im*re J [ERA] 43. Key Weat. (Correspondence of the Herald.] Key Wkst, July 25, 18-13 Dkar Sir i i General Worth visited una few dayn since on his i | return from Tampa to yt. AguBtine, nnd made as i cardul an examination of thin Island and harbor as | his time would admit ol. L'ke every intelligent ' military man who has expressed an opinion on the i ' subject. General Worth seems to think that Key West sliwuld be fortified. It does, indeed, appear strange that the importpnce of this Island to our Government seems to be so little understood. Possessing the very best harbor south of the Chesapeake, in the Fnited States, lying immediately on a great highroad of commerce, and having within itself ex-1 cellent material for constructing fortifications, it j may yet become a hornets' nest to the commerce I of our country, if th? government take n? measures io retain uirir |>utHCfit?iuKi. The British man-of-war brig Albatroa, of sixteen ' guns, came into our harbor this morning, and will j remain here tli ee or four day*, but we know not the cause of this unusual visit. i The Island is perfectly healthy. Respectfully, &ic. Portland. f Correipondruce of the Herald.] Portland, Aug 5, 18-13. tVed/ling in Fatliionnble Life?On Dit?Convention at Gray?Tlte IVeather? Office Holder* and Expectants? Theatrical?" Donation Parties." D?ar Bin.nktt? O.i Tuesday evening last, at precisely eight by [ " Shrewsbury clock," L T , Erq , of Balti- i more, led to the hyinenial altar, at St. Stephens'. J the charming and accomplished Miss B. of this city. Immediately after the celebration of the mar- | riage nuptials, a magnificent levee was held at the temporary lodgings of the happy twain, in , street. The lovely brunette, Mi98 W . the belle of our city, was most conspicuous among the guests ?delighting all eyes and ravishing all hearts with the happy naiveli of her manners and the bewitching glances of her sparkling black eves. The Misses C ?, too, were there, and the buxom, vivacious widow D , the daughter-in-law of one of our millionaires. Then came the modest, quiet Miss W n, one of nature's fairest specimens, and then the dashing Mrs. O , who, despite the snows and adversities of more ilmn forty winters, still manages, with her brilliant jewels, and j more brilliant eyes, to sustain her character for " a charming woman." The Misses S were as ' playful and talkative as usual, and though peculiarly 1 iond of brass buttons and epaulettes, ure worthy I girls. The delightful Miss De M , " ne'er car- 1 ried head so high," and never displayed her charms j to greater advantage. The L's and P's were there also, and the W e's and the C k's ttec. tfce. This has been the most brilliant affair of the season, | ' and passed off', as all such affairs should, with pre- I sent joy and prospective happiness I It is currently reported that a Yorker, one of your 1 prom sing young merchants, will shortly come ? hither, and do likewise. The banns are out, and ' nrt/inmnlulu-W Junfllifor flf finM ni itnr rnnct rt>- I ' spectacle citizen*, and grand-daughter to two ol | ^ the most wealthy families in the county, will scon 1 be withdrawn from the circle of singles. This will come off'in the cnurf* of a week or two, and will be n grand event. The particulars 1 shall advise j you of. The Democratic Convention, holden at Gray on Thursday last, resulted in the nomination ot Robert P. Dunlap (Calhoun), as candidate for Congress from ilus district, and Levi Morrell (Van Bu ren), delegate to the Democratic National Convtn- I tiou. The vote on the latter question was a close i rfne, Morrell having received S4 votes, andhisoppo- I nent, William Clapp (Calhoun), receiving 150 votes of the 64 delegates. The weather here is charming, anil our city, at I this present writing, is honored with the presence ! of many distinguished strangers Our hotels are doi ing well, and the town of Portland, with its vicinity, i j is a much greater nlace of resort in the warm sea- ! i son than is generally supposed. Its superior leca- : | tion?the magnificent harbor, with its numerous islands?our Beautiful women and homely men? attract the attention of the romantic, the amorous and the curious, and the* present season has been an unusually gav one. The month of August is the j ' period ot recreation : and the trips to Cajie Cottage ' I ?the drives to Allen's?the excursions to the islands?and to the numerous pic nics in the splen- ' did groves adjacent to the city, render the depart- ' ' ing summer month a season of gaiety and excite- j ' ment. 1 The office-holders in these diggins continue to tremble in their shoes, and the office-seekers are | ( constantly on the qui rive lor the latest intelligence Ironi head quarters. 1 " Any thing new, to-day T' says one. " No- t thing." 44 Southern moil in T' "Yes." 44 Any ' < thing from WHshiugtou V 44 No." 44 Vtry tardy!" I i 4 Vtry." ' Wonder those appointments don't I come " " Be patient " (This man holds an office, and is looking Ur promotion.) 44 Yes. Vpose 1 we must." 41 They're coming, though." "When 1" "Oh?byandby" '4So ischrismas!" "Fineday, i to day"?"Very"?and our hope-deferred friend | dives into Robinron'i, swullows a julep to keep him cool? Hna quieuy sua aown wnn a ciiuni 10 a , game ot domino! Our theatrical season closed triumphantly on Fri day evening. The company have been higbiv successful, and leav? the city of Portland with flying colors. The hall has been well filled nightly, and on many occasions, has been crammed. They must have made a good job of it. Among the novH modes down in thin region of "raising the wind"?instituted by some one who must indeed have racked his brainfor the invention, and which has of Idle prevailed to a " considerable extent iu this community" (as poor Dicky Hiker I used to siy,) is one characterised by the appellation of "Donation Parties." The good city ol Portland, I believe, 1; ys claim to the honor of originating it? at any rat?, it is a down east notion. The object, however, is truly creditable The beneficiaries, generally, are poor clergymen, elders, or other prominent church people?and the arrangements aie got up by bisfriend<, tor the purpose ol rendering ! hi in pecuniary aid, in a manner the least oflensive. It is understood that the recipient is to keep "opeu houre"?and, on a certain day, ihe charitably disponed (and others!) make him a visit e?imatte,each carrying or sending a bouniiul quantum ot stores, j clothing, or money. Tli* company "stop to tea"? the committee receive the presents and deponte thf*m about the premises?the family, meantime, ! quietly prf sid'n? in the n Criving room or rooms? J , and after a pleasant chi' dial ot some few hours, L ihe company retire. Mine h >st and his gude wife j |( (hen examine the closets and cupboards and blore , ' room, and find a considerable augmentation therein, i | in the shnpe of flour, nie.ita, vegetable, and fixins J of various sorts; and haply, on the chimney piece, j a reasonable supply of the ready?in all, sufficient J ,| *o keep thetn afloat for six months or a year! Is not M; mis a preny moae ot ussisung me deserving |<oor : 1 I ihink it i?. You have i\o doubt have been present, however, (| at eonfl tgration?where refreshments have been prepared lor the firemen?and have witnessed the crowd ol loalers and spectator*, who would not take th' ir hands from their breeches pockets to save the town?but who, at the name time, while ihe iodus- ^ trious and humane were toiling at the "breaks"? enter most religiously into the spirit ol the refreshment proceeding', and gulp down the eatables in a manner decidedly cautionary to the provident. You n should visit one of these same "donation parties," n and observe the old maids, the cousins, and the le- H| male men who come in "about tea-time." They i regret being too poor to render aid, and are happy to see the matterso prosperous? but iheirappetttes, on 1 such occasions? God pity them!?are awful, awlul! Well?this is the drawback to the object. But I did j not inoan to spin such a varn?my sheet is full.?| Adieu again. Yours, irulv, II. j J1 Ciiki.ska W.m.kino Park?Khvorth and Fo*g, I" aeuomp'ished 200 miles yesterday. Elwonh'i time i j" ol walking. 11 hours22m. 54*. Shortest time one ' ' mile,9rn It. longest timeone mile, 17tn 32??|. K' gg'a time of 200 miles, walking 16 hours, 42m fi<> i. Shortest tirnp I) n ?> milp 11m f I.mu oue mile, 17m. 7s. Both were in good train. Mont Shooting.?The Nashvile papers announce i llie tragcal death id Jesse A. Bryan, Kh| of Mont- f if im'-ry county, Tenn , who wan Phot by Gideon C. Matlock, in an affray, on the evening of the li)h il'imo, in the public room ot the Nat-hville Inn ? ' The deceased i< represented as hjvitK been ?r?a'ly '' respected and beloved by a numerous circle of con- > noxious and friends. He expired in a lew minute* n niter the wound was inflicted The papers d* not ?ive the particulars of then flair, but we learu Jliat n it ongiuated Irom apoUucal dtscuasion. L LD. ? ? Price Two C?nt?. Later krom Buknos Ayres- By the arrival of the bark Chancellor, Capt Vivum, from Buenos Ayrea, we have received full ftlesof the "Arqentine Ncw?" to the 17th of June, from which w?- make the following extract*. The American achooner Carolinian wan caught hi the act of smui?gl.n? provisions ?r the Buenoa Ayreans, by the Monte Video gunboats, and taken into Monte Video, and willproba 3ly be confiscated. On the 2<l inst., the Frenchmen and Italians, after i great deiil of blustering, made a sally from the own, in concert with the Africans?in all, n bode if about 40(10 men. They advanced a* far aa thy iut-|>OHtsof President Oribe's army, when a heavy skirmish took place, which lasted for a lew hours, and the p-sult of which proved to those aspirants of military glory, that there is, as Tom Crib used to ^ay, a vast difference between sparring and fighting. They came back aft?*r receiving a sound drubbing, and liHvc nut finc>* tried th?*ir hand again at such play. There was, however, a grand s|>ectacle on their return, not to celebrate victory, but to bury the dead of the French corps. The account of this ceremony, which forcibly reminds us of what we witnessed in Buenos Ayres in IS29, and in which the honors paid to the victims of the "three glorious days" in Paris have bren ludicrously parodied, is must romantically pathetic, and we would advise such of our readers us are fond of emotions tojie msr the funeral orations o! Messrs. Felabaere, Lamas, and Bustamente, and the order of the day ot the redoubted Col. Thiebaui. Above all Commandant Pelabaere's farewell address to hii fallen comrades was sublimely eloquent?"I swear to avenge you, aye, I swear by God. by my honor, and by the point of this sword," exclaimed the gallant chief; and ihe legions answered, "And we too," with an pmphasis well calculated to produce a moat thrilling effect on the electrified by-atandera. Private letteia from Montevideo acquaint ua that he Riverista authoritiea still affected to believe that England would be induced to interfere in their belalf, and alleged their confidence in a favorable result to the communications transmitted by Commodore Purvis, per " Partridge " in March last, as the reason why they did n?t rick a decisive battle, the isaue of which, when it took place, tney pretended not to fear. On the strength of this assurance, they have made proposals for another loan tothe amount ot #100,1 XX), holding out, at the same time the threat, that if the capitalists did not come forward, they would make an emission of paper money. That they are " hard up" tor funds may be readilv believed, when it is recollected that thty are in the receipt of no revenue, and under the necessity of incurring heavy exjienses; and it would not be surprising that these leckless men who, after selling all the public property that could fetch a dollar, hav? not hesitated to Bciz.e the lunds of pious and charitable institutions, and even those of minors, as well as judicial deposits, should appeal in their desperation to a resource so fraught with consequences of the most ruinous description to every claes of the community; but that the evil will work out ita own remedy may be confidently anticipated. friend* of President Oribe, in Montevideo, were in contemplation, but the nature of which was not known. There had been some fighting on the Cerro, but without auy important results. The insurrection in Corrientes. as might have >?en expected, alter the sad experience which the >eople of that province have undergone, has proved 1 complete failure. The revolutionists met with no sympathies among the peasantry, and although, 10m tin; absence of au adequate armed force, they were enabled to seize the capital, they could not find n single tnan of any standing that would accept the office of Governor; every citizen of respectability having emigrated on their approach. In their distress they had recourse to the parish priest, but even ihera they met with a rebufl. Since then they have been attucked by a combined division of Gorrentinos and Entrerianos, under the command of Col. Ramirez and Col. Tncuabe, and completely routed at Curucuutia. As this victory would lead to the immediate re-occupation of the Capital, and consequently to the restoration of the legal authorities, Col. Luciih Moreno, who had been detached by General Urqui/.a with a strong column, had repassed the Uruguay in order to join his commander; and, the latter, at the date of the last advices from Payi-andu. was making active preparations to cross the Rio (.Negro with uu imposing force, and, what it more, an abundant supply of spare horses. Indeed. we believe that l>y iliis time he will have ruste d ihat stream ; and we have no doubt that Rivera will soon be obliged either to try hia fortune in another engagement with the conquerors of Arroyo Grande, or go and join the ranksof the Farrajios in R io Grande, whither he has been already preceded by his friend Baez, and many more of his late followers. Of one thin? we are certain : if Commodore Purvis remain much longer in this liver, he will have lbjndunt reason to acknowledge that he was miirrably deceived in underrating the resources of he Argentine Confederation. Huenos Ayres has been visited with a heavy gale >( wind from the E. S.E., which commenced early n the morning of the 29ili May, and continued uuil the afternoon of the 30th It has caused great lamage to the shipping in that port, as will be aeen jy the following details: ? The baique Aurora, of Boston, D?v'e, Master, went on Miore near the Recoleta, on Tuesday morning, having been run foul of during the night and parted two chain cables?was obliged to cut awav the masts, is high and dry at ordinary tides, had 3ft bales on hoard, loading tor Boston. The baiqite Serene, White, master, of Baltimore, parted two cables, having been run foul of by a vessel unknown, lost foremast close to her deck, brought up by stream anchor after driftiog near the Argentine jquadron, from whom Capt. White received assistance of men, anchor, and cable. Brig Oswego, Greene, master, of Boston, after losing her anchors, received a pilot from Admiral Hrown and proceeded to Las Conchas. Schooner f?aratrga, of Boston, lost two anchors, ind sustained damage by getting foul of a vessel in he inner roads. During ihe late gale the boats of the Argentina quadron were ol great service, and saved from vreck several vessels of different nations. On the 9th, during the worst part of the gale. Admiral Jrown sent boats to every vessel in distress; in (act, m the evening of that day lie had but one officer in board his vessel, ihe others being absent on board lillerent loreign vetsels. We have much pleasure n publishing a letter addressed to Admiral Brown, vho sent anchors, cables, ai.d men, wherever vunted:? Consulate of the ?. S. of Amfrica, ^ Buenos Ayres, May 31, 1843 } Sir?On the !fi>ih instant the barque Serene, ot Inltimore, and the brig Oswego, of Boston, were ssisted by boats sent by your order from the Arentine squadron under your command. The humane and friendly leelii gs that induced be officer" ol the Argentine squadron during the eight.ol ihe gale and at great risk to all in the boats, n board these vessels, by which two valuable caroea vere saved from total loss, cannot be leo high. / appreciated, and at the request of Captain White, f the barque Serene, and Captain Green, of the rig Oswego, 1 have the pleasure to transmit to you rieir grateful acknowledgments for the timely asistunce they received from you and the officers uner your command. Please accept my thanks for the assistance rented to my coumrymen by yourself and the offiers of the Argentine squadron under your com[laud, during the late disastrous gait*. Your obedient eervant, Amory Edwards, U. S C?nsul 'o Admiral William Brown, commanding the Argentine squadron, of! Buenos Ayres. The aeiivitv and exertions of tne captain of the nrt, and those under his orders, were incessant, lie pelice, both horse and foot, and pat roles of lilitary, were continually on the alert along the tore, and what property could be seved wasdepoiec in the Resguardo. The greatest anxiety exited on there during this distress:nil italr: the beai li nd the nz>teas or the Commercial Koom were iropged with spectators. We fe ir that the above constitutes only a portion ( the damages sustained, and that the accounts torn the coast will inform us of much mare .inasmuch :ts th?* Rule, a'thmifjli not 30 violent as that o| .7th September, 1834, was of longer duration. The o^h of life, we trust, has not been very vreat; two Irowned teamen w? re oust nja>n the beach, near lie Alameila, on the .'Wfh. Mr>. Mary Ann Shier of Philadelphia, died on lie 21>.h of May n*w Port or Entry?The Canada Gazette, of he 29'h July. contains a proclnniation, declaring ? uli St Mary "a poit of inny and clearance; tnd inc'n'ig wrhm the limits of the said port of muI' M Mary, all that part of thf co*?t or shore nig between Lak** $u(>enor and Ltke Huron, omrntncing at < *r?>?? Cap*' a' 1 lie discharge ot Lake H>f nor, and thenc* following downwards along le north and east id?ore* of the River St Mary, ike George, Mud<ty Like and Luke Huron, to the touth of ih< Trssaloua River. on the north shore o . ike Hurmi.

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