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

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 9, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX--.No. 817.?Whol* Wo. 3410. AG K NTS. 1 na following li a liat of amenta for tha Herald, where BUbdcriptioni will b? received, and (ingle n urn hen era found tor >ale Boston, Mass. Meaari. Reddin* It Co. Philadelphia, Pa .Meaara. Zleber 1c Ca. I Baltimore, Md Win. Taylor. Waihington, D. Do. Buffalo, N. T.B.Hawka. New Haven, Conn T. H. Pease. Hartford, Coin.. . J.W. Judd, Albany, N. Oeo. Jonaa. Troy, N. T Levi Willard. Lanningbtirgh, N. T A. Lewia. Newark,N.J .1)- Smith. Catikill. N. Y H- Rawe. Peekskill, N. Y T. Monkhouae. 8ing Sing, N. Y 8. Bard. New Orlean*,La J.C. Monran. Cincinnati. U.. . Kobert Carnaha "v. Paterson. N. J.. .......... .Matthew Dougheit>. Rochester, N. Y.. A. Jones. Elizabethtown, N. J Samuel Crane. New Brunswick, N. J William Solomoh, j St. Louis, Mo Woodward fc Mathews. Charleston, 8.C Amoi Head. Hudson, N. Y George Clare. < Augusta, Oa 8. A. Holmes. Mobile, Ala M Boullemet , roughkeepsie, N. Y . .Lnvi Smith. Trenten,N.J J. Raunsley. I Louisville, Ky W. A. Haldeman. Wheeling, Ysu K. C. Brookman. New London, Con 8. A. O. Rogers. Utica, N Y J. B.Loat Nashville, Tenn A. Billing*. 1 Syracuse, N. Y James Robertson. i Bridgeport, Ct S. W. Hatch. Jackson, Miss J. W. Clark. ! Vlcksburg, Mi?s ..Mrs. E. A. Parker. New Bedlord. Mass A. Robinson. Providence,R. I.. . . John Green. Worcester, Mass L. Thompson. Nantucket. Mass J. P. Hussey. Mb Yearly subscription to the Daily Herald, $7 and for a shorter period at the same rate. The Weekly 1 Herald, $3 36. tflTlTISH AND NORTH AM E Hit AN ROYA L M AI L ! STEAM SHIPS, i Of 1200 tons and 440 horse power each. I Appointed by the Admiralty to tail between Liverpool and Boston, calling at Halifax to land and receive Pass en- < sengers and Her Majesty's Mails. i HIBERNIA, Captain Charles II. E. Judkiu*. f'ALEDONIA, Captain Edward O. Lott. I ACADIA. Captain Alexander Ryrie, I BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. Will sail for Bostou via Halifax, ] From Boston. From Livhrpool. 1 Acadia, Rjrrie, 16th Ancust. 19th July. I Hiberum, Jitdkms, 1st Sept. 4th August. 1 Britannia. Lott, 16th do 19th do These ships carry exiierienced surgeons, and are supplied with I Frances' Patent Life Boats. i Passage to Liverpool $120?To Halifax $20. I No berths secured until paid for. For passage apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr., Agent, su3r No. 3 Wall st., New York. - DRAFTS ON ENGLAND. IRELAND. //XyQaAJKQ ?Persons about remitting money to their friends in the "old country," cau be sii|>- . plied with Drafts, in sums of 1, 2, 3, 5, 10. 20 8c ?50. or any amount, payable on demand , without discount or any other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Bult, Son &. Co., i Bankers, Loudon, I. Banied &. Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock Bank- , is( Csnnuv. Sir Wm. KorU Hunwr t Cn >>,.1 the brandies in every pott town throughout Lngland. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by the steamers Great Western or llibernia, by W. It J. T. TAP8C0TT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Teck Slip, corner South nt. N. B.?All letters from the country must come i>oat paid. , Jyllr ~ r, r t| ? ON KNOLAND, IRELAND, he.?which can be sent by the steamship J sailing from Boiton on the 16th j We have at all times for sale Drafts at light ] for any amount, drawn direct on the Iloyal Bank of Ireland, I Dublin. Also, on Messrs. Presccrtt, Grote, Ames & Co., Bank- 1 ers, Loudon, which are paid free of risk or any charge whatever 1 in every Province and County, besides all the inland towns I throughout Kngland, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, thereby * answering the same purpose as Bank of Kngland Notes. Apply to or address, if by letter, (post paid.) I ROCJfE, BROTHERS k CO., 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. 1 r. K. n. K Co., have a regular succession ol tint class < ships sailing weekly from Liver|>ool. Those sending for their ' relatives will find it their interest to have them brought out 1 through uv One of our firm, Mr. James 1). Roche, it there to < forward imssengers with care and despatch. For passage apply ' as above, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, U Ooree fiazzaa, ? anir Liverpool. I NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETST To sail from New York on the 25th and Liverpool on the 13th of each month. 1 M aBSfc Mm. A f ROM Nrw luKK. Ship RQ6CIITB, Captain John Collins. 25th July. Ship SIDDON9, Captain A. U. Cobb, 26th August. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster. (ith Sept. Ship <<A1<KICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, iith October. From Livmrooi.. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyjter, 13th July. Ship OARRICK, Capt. Win. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSCI US, Captain John Collins, 13th September. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. These ?hii>s are all of the lint clans, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, w ith such improvements as combine ^reat speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Kvery care has been taken ill the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $7J. These ships are commanded by aiperienced masters, who will make every exertion to givn general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will l>e responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by tliem, unless n>gular hills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. h. COLLINS St CO., 56 South ?t.. New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY Si CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged I2>? cents |>er single sheet ; JO cents per ounce, andjiewspaper* 1 cent each. jy7 fc ~THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m. m. m m. New Ship LIVERPOOL, IliO tons, t'?! ' John Eldridge. < ffih XSP Nrw ship QUEEN OK THE WK8T, (J?!{' 1160 tons. Philip P. Woodhou*. < Ma" ' < Ship ROCHESTER. MO tons. ? !*{!' John Brittoa. I '?J| , HhiP HOTTINOUER. 10J0 ton., ] j?{j fc 1'"Ira Bursely, $ 16lh Jn|y Those substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, all built ill ' the city of New York, are commanded l>y men of experience 1 Mini ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 16th of 1 each month. Their cabin* are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to tin rase and comfort of paasen- I Iters. Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be responsible for any parcels or package*sent by them, unless regular 1 ? bill* lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to WOODHCLLSi M1NTURNS, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS & CO., 1 an 9 Liverj>oo\. TAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK BMP, NEW 'YORK. tUS- ittk llfjfr- ^HIV i lie subscribers lie;! to call the attrition ot their friends an,I the public generally, to their superior arrangements for bringing out iwssengexs from, and remitting money to any part of F.ntlanu, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in the magnificent |?ck et ships, comprising the " NE\V LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:Slii|i ROSCICS, Capt. Collins. Ship SIDDONS, Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain Depeyster. 1 Ship OARRICK, Captain Skiddy. New ship HOTTINOUER, Captain Bursly. Ship SOUTHERNER. Captain Wuodhoiue. Ship ROCHESTER, (Wain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL, Captain Eldredge. Sailing twice every month ; and with the " UNITED LINE," composed of superior first class American ships sailing every ten days, will make five ships in each mouth throughout the year, (or one every six days) thereby preventing tlw |H?silulity of unnecessary detention. Passages direct from London, Bristol and Ureesiock to New York. Also from Livmmol to New Orleans. Mobile, Savannah Charle?ton, rhilade|pbia, Boston and Baltimore, and the various l?>rts in British North America, can at all tun.* lie engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their friends, 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 nnusual care w ill lie taken to make the isusage agreeable, the shi|>s being fitted up with an eye solely to the romlort of jusseugers. In all rases where the imrties sent lor decline coming, the monev will lie refunded without any deduction, as usual.' A free iwssage from the various seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured The regular packets for which the subscribers are agents, sail us follows, tilTo and from London on the 1st, ID, and 80th o( each month. To and from Liverpool on the 1st. 7th. 13th, l!)th, and 2,'ith of each month. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons in the country wishing to mid monfy to their friends by enclosing the sum th?y wish sent, with ?h?- name and address of the parties to receive, it, may r> ly on a draft for the mount being fontinM per first iwicket, iil'trr the rweipt thereof and an acknowledgement for the lam-1 returned l*r mail. Orafts at sight, for any amniint, arc payable on demand, without discount or any other charge, at the National and f rov inrial Hanks of Ireland and branches, Kastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock, and their hranrhcn, Minn. James Bnlt, Hon Ik. <o. Bankers London Kiehange and Discount Bank. Liverpool and in every principal town of Great Britain and Ireland. Further particulara made known oil application, if by letter, post paid, to i W. St J. T TAP8C0TT. d.'iy r <3 Peck Slip, corner Month st. MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS. Miv t Hi' niidermeiitioiiiu-liips will lie regularly dispalri,.,i Iruin hence and from Marseilles on the 1st of each month during the year:h rom New York. Marseilles. COURIER, CnM, Dnnan, June i. Aug. I SHKM(;OTT, Capt. Myrirk, July I. Sept. I KLLK8PONT, (apt. Adams, Aug. 1. <?c?. I (-OKIOLANL8. ( apt. Hiile, Sept. I. Nov. I H'RY THOMPSON.! apt.H} Ivrster, Oct. I. JVc. I They at* all coij|iercd and eopper fastened, and have excellent accommodations i'or iwssengers. The price of cabin passage will be $10(1, exclusive of wines and liquors. (>o(ids addressed to the agents, BOYD k HINl'XEN. will , lie forw arded frrv of other charge* than those actually paid. or freight or passage apply to BOVI) * HINCKKN, Agents, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, or 8. BKOOV1 ll (r()., 10} Front street, 1 E NE NEW tggy jg&- Jffc. PASSAuTp^ROM UltWniTlTAIN ANIHRT.LAND BY THE BLACK BALL OH OLD LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [SailniK from Liver|*>ol on the 7tli and I!?h of ercry month.] Persons wishing to ?riid to the Old Country for their frieiidi can make the nwcesaary arrangement* with th? subscribers, and have tlieiii com# uut in this sui>erior Lint* of Pickets, Sailing from Liverpool nuu Qt ually on the 7th mil 19th of every month. They will also have a first rata class of American tradiug ships, lailing every six (lavs, thereby affording weekly commuilicatioii Iroiu that IHirt. One of the linn (Sir. James D. Roche 1 is here, to see that they sliall ho forwarded with care and desiwteh. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will In* returned to those who |>aid it hurt), without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverptol Packets, comprise he following magnificent Ships. viz :? 1'he OXKORI), vl'he NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS . EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERIC A. With such superior and uneoualled arrangements the subicribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that supHtrt which has b?eii extended to them so many years, for which hey are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relative*, call it all times obtain Drafts at sight lor any amouut, drawn direct >11 the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOT'l\ OROTE, AMES it CO. Hankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, ill all the princi|>al towns throughout England, Inland, Scotland and Wale*. Apply, or address, (if bv letter, pout mid.) ROC fit ,t BROTHERS St CO. 33 Fulton street New Vork, next door to the Kulton Hank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packet* sail from this lort for Liverpool oil the 1st and 19th of each month. Parlies -etuming to the old country w ill find it to their cuuifort and idvantage to jelect this favorite Line for their conveyance, ill preference to any other. . d27 r JOHN HEllDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. jjfjV IlK <^^^ffi"LINKOhP,\C h^^^ffiTpS, ffffnatTstreet. Sew York. PASSAGE to and from (treat Britain and Iiyland, via LIrerpool and London, by the regular packet ship*, sailing on lie 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, and 23th of each month to and from Liverpool and to and from London 1st, lntli and 20th of each month. The subscriber has made unequalled arrangements to bring >ut emigrants, and can, with great confidence, assure those rcrions sending for their friends, that every due and diligent attention will lie shown them, and all who embark w ith them Passage can also be engaged from Liverpool direct to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah. Baltimore, Philadelphia. Boston, and to the differeut ports of the British Provinces, at the lowest rate*. With those arrangement*, together with the advantage which liis Liverpool correspondent* |?>ase?s, being large ship owners, mil extensively engaged in the freighting business despatching yearly at least 100 first class shins from Liverpool to the va rous [Hirts of the Uuitud States, with freight and passengers. The lability offered by this establishment is unsurpassed, and from the large number of first class ships cuitdoved in the line there call be no detention whatever, which w ill be guaranteed. The price of passage will be at the lowest rates, and should any ol those sent for decline coming, the passage money will he as customary refunded. The steamboat fnre from tlie different liorts to Liverpool call, as usual, lie secured. JOHN HERDMAf}. 61 South st, N V. or J. & W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants and Kmi^raiits' Agents, No. 16 Gome Piazzas. Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE'. The Subscriber re<|U>i*(s the attention of those remitting mo ley to their friends to his unequalled arrangements for the payTieut of his drafts on demand, without discount or any charge whatever, at the follow ing Banking Institutions, viz :? IN ENGLAND-Messrs. James Bult, Soli & Co., Bankers London. Mmsrs J. Barnard St Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Lirerpool. National Provincial Bank of England, aud Branches throughHit England and Wales. Yorkshire District Bank and Branches. Birmingham Banking Co. Lancaster Bankiug Co. IN SCOTLAND?Oreetiock Banking Co. ill Glasgow and ireeuock. Eastern Baiik of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. \magh Cork K.unU Mallow Vthlonu Carlow Enniskillea Money more [sal Una 'avail Oalway Omagh Belfast Coleraine Kilkenny I'ar.onstown Sauihrulge Cootehill Kilrush Sligo Ballvmeiu Dublin Londonderry Strabane Bandon Duwnpatrick Ltrgen Trait* Sallyshannoti Dungannou Limerick Waterford 'lonmel Dungarron Mouagliau Youghall National Bank ?i' Ireland. iiillinsloe (.astlebar Moste Tipperary Sauagher Enniscortliy Nenall Tuam 'oylf Fermoy Jiewr Ross Tliomastown _,Osher Calway Koscrea Tralee jarrick on Sair Kanturk Roscommon Wcstnort 'astlerea Longford SI igo Wexu>rd liarlrsvilld Louchrea Tallow Wicklow ^lonmel Michaelstown Tliurles N. B.?In addition to tlie Li?erpool and London imckets, the subscriber is alto agent for tlie regular packet-* filing weekly ram New York to New Orleans, Mobile. Charleston, and Savannah, by wliicli passage can be secured at tlie lowest ratts. yH-tf JOHN HKHD.MAN. FOR NKW ORLEANS. L0UI8IANNA AND NEW YOItK LINK OF PACKETS >Hiy iHly tlffv For tlie better accommodation ol shippers, it is intruded to lespatch a ship froin this |iort on the 1st, ith, lOlli, lith, 20th. likI iirli of each month, commencing the 10th October anil coninning until May, when regular days will lie appointed for the emaillder of the year, whereby great delays and disaji|>oiiitnents w ill lie prevented during the summer months The (blowing ships will commence this arrangement: Ship \ AZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, < aptaiu Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI. ( aptai.1 Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE. Captain Hunt. Ship SHAK8PEARE, Captain Miner. Ship OASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVILLK, Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULOEE, Captain Leavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mullord. These ships were all built in the city of New York, ei pressy for iwckets, are of light dralt of water, have recently beau lewiycopperau anu put in spiejiuiu oruer, Willi accotnmoilaions for passengers n 11 ) 11 .t 11 <! for comfort. They are comnanded l>> eiperieoced masters. who will make every exertion o give general satisfaction. Tliey will at all time* lie u>w*il up and flown the Mississippi by steamboat*. _ Neither the owneri or captains of these ships will lie risaponlihle for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, >r for any letters, parcel or iwckape, sent by or put on board of hem, unless regular hills of lading are taken for the same and he value thereon expressed. For freixht or jKtsaage, apply to K. K. COLUNS & CO.. 56 South sf., or HULLIN Si WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The shi|>* of this line are warranted to sail Punctually as adrertised, and great cart w ill b? taken to have the goods correcty measured. mr REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, fcr.-The nfjfJVs'ibsrrilier c?nti|lues to transmit money in sums large aHa|u>r small, to |<ersons residing in any part of of Ireland in the uine manner as he, and his predecessor in business have gone lor the last thirty years and more ; also, to any part of Kngland, or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (post Paid) to the subscriber, or personally deposited with liitn, witlt the name of the lierson or persons in Ireland, Kngland or Scotland, to whom it is to betent, and nearest post town, will be immediately transmitted, and raid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money, or claims on persons in nny part of Ireland. F.ngland or Scotland, can lie collected by the subscriber for |iersons residing in any part of the United States or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. jl7 lm*r OKOKOK McBRIDE, Jr. B2 Cedar st. FOR LONDON?Packet of the intli August.? JMffyTlie picket ship TORONTO, '"apt. Oriswold, will ill as above, her regular da^^For^iasse^e,^i|ily to 61 Seuth street, near Wall st. N. B. Passage from Londoi^ or L iverpool by the regular Jackets can always lie secured at the lowest rates, and drafts furnished for any amount at all the principal llanks and Branches throughout the United Kingdom, on application as above. au7 ec ?JK?>. LONDON LINK PACKF.TH?Psekerintl. A,,? MHnPW??The splendid well known fast h;?iIiiitc packet ship jffgKlBaTOROS'TO. ( apt. (Jriswold, will sail positively a* nlxitf, licr regular day, having splendid accommodations ior cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers. Those wishing to secure berths should nut fail to iruki' early application on lioarii or to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck slip, corner Smith St. Person* wishing to send for their friends ran have them brought out bv tne alK>vi> favorite ship, or any of tlir regular line, on reasonable terms. Those wishing to remit money can hatrdnifti for any amount, payable on demand in all the principal towns in England. anil er BLACK BALL OH OLD LINE OK LIVERkHrPVPA<KETS FOR LIVERPOOL.?Only regular jfwkn!1''1 Wet slop and sails on Saturday, the l!Hh August.? '1 lie new and rental k able fast sailing favorite packet ship NEW YORK, burthen 1050 tons, Captain Thomas II. Cropper, will sail positively as above, her regular day. The accommodations of this magnificent packet for cabin, 2d cabin, and steerage passengers, it is well known are unsurpassed by any oilier vessel afloat. Those visiting the (Mil f'ountry w ill find it their interest and comfort to select this desirable conveyance. Kor terms of passage, which will lie very low, and those wishing to choose the liest berths, early application should be inaiie on board, foot of Beekman st., or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS 8c CO., 35 Kulton street, New York, next door to theKulton Bank. Note.?Passengers will please liear ill mind that the packets of this Line sail punctuallv as advertised, therefore,w ill meet with no disappointment in selecting the above parket. P. S. The New York sails from Liverpool on the 7th of October. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought out in her nr any of the packets comprising this magnificent and unequalled Line, sailing from that |>ort on the 7th and l!?th ol each month. Kor passage apply as above. I he packet shin Columbus will snccced the New York, ami sail for no >1.. I., ,.r U I. I _ I .. i ... ? .. ?. or|iwraiin, I it ir?in? ??n er Jt*?- OLD BLACK BALI. LINK OF PA< KF.TS.WfWjVracket of the 19th August.?The faat aailmif packet jit'NKW YORK, Captain Cropper, will 1*' <!<" patched us ahovp her regular day. Her accommodation* for r.-tl>in. ?econd cahin and steerage passenger* are unaurpaased.? Those wiahiwt to ws'iirr bertha will rtiiuirv to make early application to JOHN IIKill)MAN, 61 South street, near Wall at. Taaaairr from Liverpool ran aa usual he secured in any of the packet shipi sailing weekly, anp drafts funiiaheil for any amount payable at the National and Provincial Bank of Iraland and Branch#?, and Meaara. J. Butt, Hon It t'o., Banker*, London; Kichange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and Branches, throughout hntland and \V a lea, (Jreejiock Banking <'o., and Kaatern Bank of Scotland and Branches. For further i>nrticnlara appl y a? above. j y 21 ec XAJc FOR NF.W ORLEANS?Loniaiana and New JHHpWYork Line?I'otitivrly Firat Regular I'acket?Th? faat sailing irncket ahip LOlJ I8V1LLK, CaptTT^^iiii.i io.idiml il Orlnna wharf. foot of W.ll Iiaa nculv *U her cargo engaged and CUM lake lomf (Wight if immediate ui|<lieitHiii ? made on board or to K. K. COLLINS ft. CO., .M South ?|. Hhipperi mar wty on haring their goods correctly mesiAgent* in New Orleann, Hulin k Woodniff, who will promptly forward all good* to thnr addrm. Thi packet ahip HUNT8VlLLE.JUif*. 0. R. Mnmfnrd, ill iwccvwi the LouunlJe, *u? e? W YO YORK, WEDNESDAY 1 nkw rorx. ifftAlflliln Sl'HOOI.KY'S mountain jbsfess*. and kahton, mnrhl . ' .V i?, > ? ?' Homervillo R. Road For Ncllooley a Mountain, leave pier No. i .Suiui river, at 8}? o'clock, A. M., daily, (8uiiday? excepted) by iteamboat to iJixaUthport; or leave the foot of Courtland street at it o'clock A. M.. by N- J- Railroad to Elizabethtown, thenceconnect with the cart for Smnerville coachen. thence 2U mile* to the Mountain?arriving early in the afternoon. For Kaatou leave an above, proceed by railroad to Somerville, coachci from theuoa (only 34 inilea) arriving in K.aitou at 6 o'clock. Thu route,"on account of the ?hort distance by coacbei, makinc it by far the mo?t pleasant and expedition*. cmnineiid? it sell to public patroimue. Mr. Bnuderaou, tin- proprietor at Somervilfe, has provided himself w itli cirtiacn am! horse* to accommodate private parties with extras ?t the shortest notice, anil on reasonable terms. For seat* apply to 11. D. Hope, Merchants' Hotel, 41 Courtland st. Passenger* from Philadelphia to Schoolev'i Mountain, will leave Philadelphia at 7 o'clock, A. M., by New York railroad line to New Brunswick. Splendid coaches l'roui thence, arriv iuu at the mountain early same afternoon. 2m*r S,CH02W?Iflfe.TA,N Dot of Courtlandt street, daily (Suiid.tym uucepieu) at 8 o'clock, A. M. by railroad from Jersey qity to Morristown, thence by Post coaches tliroiiKh Meudliain. Cheater, Sclmoley"* Mountain, Anderson Town, Port Coloen, Washington, to Kaston. At Washington a daily line .intersects to and from Belvidere. For seats apply to J. Hill, at J. Patton's Commercial Hotel, 73 Courtlandt street. N. B.?Extra* furnished at the shortest notice by applying lo N B. Luse, United States Hotel, Morristown. myll 3mec NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS PORTATION COMPANY. J0S NEW YORK AND NEW A UK. FARE RKDUCED TO TWF.NTY-FIVE I'F.NTS. From the foot of Courtlandt street, New York. ( F.verv day?Sundays executed.) Leaves N'fw York. Leave* Newark. At 8 A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7 A.M. At 1% P. M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. 4^ do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 5)? do. iK do. 10)g do. 7'? do. do. do. do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Courtlaiidt itrrcl. Laaves New York. Leaves Newark. At it A. M. and l?i P. M. At I2}i P. M. and '.tj* P. M. NKW YORK, KLIZAtfKTH TOWN. Leaves New York. Leave* Klizabeth Town At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7,^ A. M. 3,'a P. M. 9 do. 4 do. do. 7 do. 11 do. \\i do. 10 do. 9)a do. do. 12 do. Tli* trains for Westtield, Plainfield, Houndbrook, Somerville, Sic., connect with the 9 A. M., and i}2 P. M. ; trains from New Voik daily, Sundays excepted. Fare between New York and Klizatieth Town 25 centsFaro between do. and Somerville, 74 cents. NKW YORK AND RAHiVAY. Loaves New York. Leaves Railway. At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8 do. ti% do. 11 do. 4?? do. 9}? do. 9 do. f,C do. 1I?J do. NKW YORK AND NKW BRUNSWICK. From foot of Courtlaiidt street, New York, daily. Leaves New York. I.eaves New Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At ti A.M. At ll1* A.M. 5>a_do. 7>a do. li>? P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Lurra New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. ami 4M P. M. At l l'^ A. M., and 81, P. M. Fare, except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. 50 cents. Between New York and Railway, 25 cents. Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, receive a ferry ticket uratis. Tickets are received by the conductor ouly on the day when purchased. mil 3m *r SUMMER. ARRANGEMENT. NKW YORK AND PHILADKLPHIA RAILROAD LINK DIRKCT Via Newark, Nkwbri'mswick, Pfincktom, Thk/vton, Bobdkmtown And Birukhton. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leaving New Vork daily from the loot of Courtlandt st. Morning Line at j) A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at 43* P. M. Tlif Moruing Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by steamboat lo Philadelphia. , The Kveiling Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of cars. < ^Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of Courtlandt street, where a commodious steamboat, will be in readiness, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia btygin crates are eonveyri from citv to city, wihout being opened by the way. Each train is provided with a car in which are apartments and dressing room* expressly lor the ladies' use. Returning. the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Hoi?1fnlMnu at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at b o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7K A. M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of the lines from New Vork. jel PATERSON RAILROAD. KAKK ONI.V l~NTS. From I'aterson to Jersey l ity. On and afW Monday, 17th July, tlie oars will leave Pat?:rjo:v Dkpot LfAvr. Nf.w Vork. 8 A. M. 9 A. M. II3? " 12% P. M. 4 P. M. 5 ON SUNDAYS. j>e.?vk Patersox Dki*ot. Leave Nkw York. 7'i A. M. 8li A. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. Transportation ran ply daily (Sundays excepted.) Passengers are advised to lie at tho Kerry, foot of Courtlandt street, a few minutes hefora til. stated liuurs of departure. jy 19 tiin ENGLISH, FRENCH, BELGIAN AND AMERICAN EXPRESS, GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HOUSE. HARDEN 6c CO. will receive and forward by their daily Express Cars, Specie, Bank Notes Packmen and Parcels, to any part of the United States or Canauas, and by the steamers and packets to any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium or France. Part icular attentinu is paid to the purchase or sale of all descriptions of merchandise, collecting and paying Drafts, Notes, and Bills, to the entry of merchandise at the Custom House, mo to tlm niwfil tiwrtion of iny and ill kinds < ! forward* iug and commission business. Bills of Exchange in sums Ifo suit, furnished on St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. S., or on any part of Europe. All goods must be marked 41 Harden Ic Co." Foreign Post Office Letter Bags are made up for all the Royal Mail Steam- I era from Boston, andfthe steamer and sailing packets from New j York. ] Principal offices and agents:? Messrs. Wilmer and Smith, 32 Church street, Liverpool, ' England. i Messrs. Maclean, Maris k('o? 3 Abchurch lane, London. ,>ie*srs. r.iiKTrton ?. ? o., ran* ana navrfi. Samuel Ilaight. Ksq., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. ' Messrs. J. ami J. <?. wood ward, St. John, N. B. A. W. Godfrey, Halifax, N. S. .1. (?. Wolndward, New Orleans, La. Mmn. 1. H. Si/, n. St < On II iv ww I Harnden Si ('o. R Court it., Boston. All goods must lie marked "Harden k Co. , N. B.?Harndftt fic Co. an* alone miwnniblf for the loss or iajim of \n\ irtn l' s, ui pmwti ofmv deicriptioB committed to their ran*; nor is any rink aanumed by, nor can any In* attached to the New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, by which their crate* are. or may In* transported; nor the New York. Providence, and Boston Railroad, or the Bostnn and Providence Kailroad Coriioratious, in restart to their contents at anv time. flARXDKN k CO., i \ \2 r No. 3 Wall it., New York. JgA FOR 8ALK OR KXCHANGK FOR CITY PRO jvTTW PKRTV?A small Farm of about sixteen acres, in the XjjLhighest state of cultivation, situated but live miles from the llohokeu Ferry, leading to the city of New York. This property ha* on it an excellent story dwelliag House, N by 25x built in the most approved style of the State, with outbuildings and all other conveniences to make it suitable for a tradesman's residence wishing to retire Irom the bustle of the city, and yet be able within an hour's drive to visit his counting house, as two stages piss the house night and morning?It is also suitable to the market gardner or small farmer, at tie* same 1 time taking hoarders from the city. But above all this, what a situation for a road side tavern,which it has been know n a tho St. John's Hill Mm litvatra between Hobo ken and Hackeusack, embracing the whole of tl m great tralic that losses those Places to the interior of l>nth those States, New York 1 and New Jwe\. The s;ip! Y trm will l?e sold cheap, tlief pre- 1 sent proprietor having business in Kugland. N. B.?There is snout six acres of first rate'ipotatoes; also J five acres of buckwheat; a quantity of young frui; trees, Ac., all in a flourishing condition. Application to lie made to :Ytr. WM McDONNKLL, Auctioneer, 171 Chatham street, , York. I II more convenient a portion o| the purchase money may re i main on bond and morfff auf? 'm*ec ILLINOIS! ILLINOIS!! ILLINOIS! ! !-Any ' JpC^I-erson hivinc lor sale at a very low price, from IK) to :W?0 <<'m of tirai r.< island, dry and undulating, in Vermillion I utility, War D.inv "r, 'llinois, may hear of a purchaser by ap- ' plyiuK to JA VII* "J ? tl AW, l?l?Kiilton atrret, N. Y. or by let* i ler jiost paid, sUlnik >iu* lowast price jier acre, the exact location, llw peculiar i)*;i lit',;, and thr quantity ol" the land; if im* . proved, stating the (articular* of auch improvements and the ' manner in which the land is supplied with water for farming J mir|H>?*?. And alto stating the chmpest and mint direct route from New York City to the lantU described N. B. State the quantity and quality of tlie fencing on the land. __ j?8 lm*rc | PARIS BOOTS AND LASTS MADR TO OHDER BY ' E. SUSER, ? 175 Hroadwny, (Hasement,) one door from Court- 1 landt street. K. Sl'SF.K, Bootmaker, and maker of Lasts, an ' Klve" of I lerre of Parii, liegs |i**re to inform Inn frieuili and all tlie amateurs of a fcentleirnuilv chtttssiire," , that he can now make, in New Ynrfc. with the |>e?t French materials. .ill thai ia no |ierfeclly niHiV. n: Parii, by liia maater the celebrated bootmaker Clcr^a, whose numerous customers on f thia aide of the Atlantic in* respectfully invited to try St'- ,, SK.R'S honU and lasts before they despair or Ix'ing chausses' in New York, after the nicest, latest Pan* Fashion, Also, the gin nine Paria Jet Black Varnish sold. jy28 Im ec , ( \ Itl)?To .the 70,000 unmarried and 40.0*>0 ' ^gj^Bi^ni irrii d Ladies of New York.?'I'he subscriber tinders Ins compliments to the Ladies, and would inform them 4 that be i> furnishing city made shoes of the bs?st kind at inch prices as cannot fail to suit the most economical. , Best Silk (Jailers, made to order 2S a $2 .W Best Pninell 2 00 e t ?J h Buskins H * ' '* ii 1,allies Slippers 62K a I 00 Muses' < Jailers ^ ra|,' >B,' 1 a ,'k, I Tidi-iice of the iati*firtion i)l tin cu?tomer? witii hit prim and the durability of hit >hoe?. <1 N. B.?i Ity mid country dealert ran h*?e their order* pneculed on the moat favorable terms, and with ilioea made by tlie beat workmen ill the country. D. O. CROSBY'S La.liea' Shoe Store, ti No. il Catherine st. two doom Mow Madison ?t. jy3 im*ec * t BOOT %N0 SHOE STORE J JOHN KK\DY re,|-ctfnlly inform, hit friend. '' and I lie imhlic that lie Ill's commenced bll?lne?? in fha above ^ line, at No. W) Vanaau Mreet where he will thankfully receive ' and faithfully eiecute, *11 order* he m.i> be favored With on th* " moil reaaouablc t?nn< lor cuk. )y13i RE H HORNING, AUGUST 9, roft 111 KKAl.O AND M.I. fAKTS OK THK Wt.HT. /&SL&. a12. jwpx ASSOCIATION PABTJJBTHTFFICE TO ALBAN V. Utica $2 (W Rochester, $:i ?? Syracuse, 2 25 Huff|, 3 50 Oswcko, 2 2.') _ Up. and Lower Canada 4 M Kor |iasi?({* ai>i>ly t? Si. l. ray, B l"i 93 Barclay street, New Yoik. ROCXAWAY PAVILION?LONG ISLAND RAILroad. Trains unon this road leave Brooklyn, South Kerry, for Jamaica. where coaclie. are in readiness JRsSBRt lor th.1t delightful resort, the Marine i'avilioii, at , ll"' lolln" "'K I vis :?Hall-pa*' 'J A. M , 4 o'clock uliil ball-past ti P. M. Returning, luaVii Jamaica at B A. M., 12 M., and 5 P. M. for New York. Fare to Jamaica 2a. ; through from Brooklyn to the Pavilion, 7.'> cents. je2l t>w*r aA 8KVKN O'CLOCK 1^KNTN(T LINK. g??for ALBANY ANI) TROY direct, without jB??TTi' V .lanilint!?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Courtlaudt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow has a lance number of state rooms,and for speed and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. au8 ec ua pkoplk.'s link ok~htkamb6ats ^ycjkoh ALBANY?Dtilv at 7 o'clock p. m.Jt?HI W Through direct?Kroni the steamboat pier between Courtlaudt and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. Steamboat ROCHK.STKR, ( apt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Kvening, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMK.RICA, ( apt. L. W. Brainard, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday livening, at seven o'clock. Mail Link. Steamboat NORTH AMKR1CA, Capt. M. H. Traesdell, laudiuK at intermediate places, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday alternoon, at 3 o clock. The COLUMBIA, ( apt. If. G. Crutteudeu, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 P. M. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive in Albany in ample tune lo take the Morning Train or Cars for the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with neat and eleKant State Rooms, and fur speed and accommodations aru unrivalled on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultz at the office on the wharf. au7 6tr 0* INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSIcL ''ft^jTION NIGHT LINK FOR ALB AN V " w 3L.ANP TROY.?THROUGH DIRECT WITHOUT LANDING?The commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, Captain (). House, will leave. New Vork, from the foot of Barclay street, on Thursday, the 3d instant, at 5 o'clock, r. M., arriving at Albany and Troy in time for the cars going west. Regular Days?Leaves New Vork every, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. Leaves Troy and Albany every Monday .Wednesday and Friday afternoon. Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. P. S. The above boat has undergone a thorough repair, and it in first rate order. a2 lin*y *a NO MONOPOLY-FARE REDUCED. LW r-fpN'ew Independent Opposition Line for Albany ,Jr' -l:? The new and commodious steamboat NEW JF.R8EY.Capt. R. H. Furey, will leave the foot of Barclay street, New York, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening, at 7 o'clock. For freight or passage apply on board. Freight taken less than tow boat prices. The New Jersey is furnished with elegant state rooms, and for s|HH'd and accommodation is not surp.u>sed by any steamboat oil the Hodsou river. j 17 a* 8F.VEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE & '^*1 "T^OR ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate if T I. ii.'lni' . From the pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leaves New Vork?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newburgh, Hampton, Poughkeepsie. Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, Catskill, Hudson, Coxsackie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer TllO V, Captain A. Gorham , on Tuesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning. Aug ft. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain 8. R. Roe, on \Wdnesday, at 7 o'clock ill the morning, Aug. 9. For iwssage, apply at the office, foot of Barclay street, or on board. Notice.?All (roods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kind of Pro|ierty, taken, slup|>ed, or put on board the Boats of this Line^nust oe at the risk of the owners of such goods. aufi 2tr NEW ARRAN GE ME N T. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. dtdy) REGULAR MAIL L1NE-FOR PHOVIPENCE AND BOSTON, via. 8TON^ iMnTtiv AND NEWPORT?Composed til the follow iug sii|>erior steamers, rumiing ill connection w ith the Htoiiiugton and Boston and Providonce Railroads :? MASSACHUSETTS, ( apt. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. i ivv V r?. NARRAUANSKTT. M OH KUAN. One of which will leave N?*w York daily (Sundays etcepted) from Pier No. 1. Battery Place, N. River, al 6 P. M. ARRANUKMKNTS. Th?? HHODK ISLAND, ( attain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stoningtou and Newport, and Friday lor Stouiugtoii. Til*- MAflOAO!!U8f.TT?. Oa,Mai? on Ttirr day and Thursday for Stoningtou, and Saturday for Stonington, Newyort and Profidfnre. Passengers. on the arrival of the steamers at Stoningtou, will he immediately forwarded in tlie splendid and commodious Cars of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will proceed in the steamer Moheuau (in superior order) from thence at f? o'clock the following morning, thus giving them an opjiortuufty of a n itchf rent ou board the steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Inland, and then breakfast 011 hoaid the Mohegan. The above steamers have lieen thoroughly e<]tiip|M?d and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of passengers, and not surpaesed by any in the United State*. For passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, apply on board, at north side of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or ofBee of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the whan. Tickets for tin* route auu steamers1 berths can l>e secured 011 board, or at the office of IIARNDKN kCO., No. 3 Wall street (1 7~On and after the loth inst, freight will not Iw received and forwarded after hi)f-past I P. M. m9 6m# m ^%nn gsx REGULAR OPPOSITION FOR BOt TON, via NKWPORT AND PROVIjLmJDSL DKNCK?Fare to Boston $2 60; Deck SI 60; do charge for Berths. Newport and Providence $1; Deck 50 rts. The fast sailing steamboat CURTIS PF.CK, C aptain Win. 11. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip. Kast River, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply on board, or to A. D. PECK, 206 South st. au6 Iin*m OA ~FARK RKDIVKD FOR BRIDUKPORT Oa 3* AND NOR WALK?'Landing at B*)d*u's V 1 a? rr Neck. Fare to Bridgeport. 26 cents. Norwafk, 12*gCts. Fare to New Haven. 76 cents. The steamboat MUTUAL oAFluTY leaves Liberty street Pier every morning, Sunday etcepted, at 6 o'clock, for Bridge* |?ort and Norwalk, touching at Bflden's Neck, rulining in connexion with the Housatonic Railroad. Returning, Ihhvh Bridgeport at half-past I P. M., or on the arriral of the cars. New Haven Line?Stages leave Bridgeport immediately on :he arrival of the boat. The distance is Ifl miles, with fine -onus ami .1 iwmmiii country, ran* 10 i^?*w ii.tvru ij crwu. Office fool of Liberty street. , j y IB Im'rc URIAH (ill EOORY. A gen t. *EW VOHK AND KINGSTON STKAM FREIGHT i AND PASSAGE LINE. , jMM ,aj| For Kington, anil Delaware anil Huilaon r ?|-?i?i"?lM?AU KMKRALI) and NOR- J The KMKKALD, Captain John Ketcham, will leave New | V'ork, footo!' Murray street, ewry Monday and Thursday at b /clock, I*. M. Will Ifare Kingston (Rondout landing) every Wednesday I and Saturday at \ o'clock, P. M. The NOKWIt'll. Captain John Samuels, \%?ll Itaue New ' York, foot of Warren utm-t, ov?ry Wednesday and Saturday at ' 5 o'clock, P. M . 1 VV ill l??v?? KuiKaton ( Roudout landing) very Tuesday and ( Friday at 3 o'clock, P. \l. KXTRA TRIPS. < The KM KRA LI) will leave the loot of Murray street every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. l<HurmuK, leave* Kmuston nt 4 o'clock same day. For freight or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, bAKLOW kCO., 21 3m"r Kit West street. ^^0 03k STATEN ISLAND I KIlin KDOT (){,- WHITEHALL ST.?ilV steamboat* 3E?_>9UZ. STATE N ISLANDER and SAMSON will run is follow* until further notice :? Leave New York N, ?, in, II, I, 2, J*4', 5 6, 7. Leave Stnti-n Maud 8, 9, 10, ||, |, 2, I, A, 6, 7. Leave New Vork and Nt iteu Maud every hour su Sunday. Staten M uni Kerry?foot of Whitehall street, to Clifton direel. The steamboat llercnle* w illleave New York2 I'. .VI.? I lifton, :> P. M. on Sunday, Jily inrli. P. 8.?Etrimion to Kurt Hamilton, Sunday, excepted.? Leave hurt Hamilton ?l, A. M., returning from New Vork, 1*4 P. M. jll r dV?n azi st vten isi.wi) h Kiun-YlikTON, NEAR THE NARROWS? i;ntiI further notice, the 2 o'clock trip from White- I tall (the STAT K.N ISLANDER) will, after making her j istial I.uulinv* at the (Quarantine anil Stapleton. proceed to tile . lew wharf at I lifton, near the Telegraph. The SAMSON . K ill leave Clifton wharf for the city, at ills o'clock. I On Sunday,, tlie t o'clock trip Irom Whitehall will proceed i lireel to I liftoii, without touching at the Quarantine and Sta- i ileton. and the return lioat w ill leave I lifton wharf al 6 o'clock 'are 12', rents. This arrangement will afford a delightful excursion lo the 4 Varmws, and an opportunity of enjoying (he sea hreer.e, ?ce- i icry anil prospect, for which that part of Rtaten Inland is *o ceehrateil, with ample tune for a ramble, and bathing on the sea ' iide. j 29 2wr .MM OA NEW ARRANOEMENT KOR 1 rwl'3* SURE WSRl'RY?Long Branch. S-.ndy j 3C__Sk_aStL.iloilk. Ocean House ami Eatoutown Landing. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John r. orlies, w ill now ruu a* follow,, on and after rhnrsday, 87th i nat :?leaving New York, from the foot of Robinson street, i very Tuesday, Thuriday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. VI. . i r I ?i \t.... I .,- vt*...l I. i L'... il 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrew?hurv will run a* ?Ih>v<\ weather permitting, unit further notice. All hagg.ige at the risk of (lie owner*. Fare J7,1. rent*. N. It.--Stag.* will !? in attendance to convey p?*?enger? rom tIk- aforesaid landing place* In liny part of tlie comity relit i red. The Shrewubnry will go the inner passage, when practicable. jellr _ ajl ~1 OA NF.WARK AM) NKW VORK-Kare S.~ r-?J?imlv ti'? < <'ii?* ! The splendid itwnier PA Safc?jT? .17 SAlt , al'tt r June jth. will run n follow* Utri' tin' toot ol Barrliy itni't, New York, u 10 A. M., and P. M. Lean* the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7'a A. M., and nil I', P. M. Tli* accommodation!! lioth for paaaengor* and freight hare en greatly improved. Freight rarried at ?ery low rate*. alK *>mr _njl -1 431 HAMILTON HOI SK, KORT HAM 3L^H./Tj?n TON The Ste.-,mb?at? STAT K.N -&-9 '* \NDKH and SAMPSON will run even a\, (Sunday* encepfed) during the imaon a* follow" Leave Kort Hamilton at Tk A. M.. and P. M. New Voik, Whitehall l)ock, at J1*' P. M. Tin* arrangement may lie relied on u permanent, a* it* con imimif will not itfiwnn on ??y ffontitmoncy. _jls_3mr # ~ HOCKAWAY VM> NEW YORK I ^ m STAOK?Will ran as follow* on and after July nth iiwt. Lain Rockaway at 8 A. M., H ,r ? . ?rn. rmraiiiiE !? * lh* Wamly Hoiim, Bratd. q ray ai * M. for Kockawajr. by way of Aoutn fmy ?uJ lm*r Proprietor. j [ERA] 1843. 'l'lif UUn?itroiiH Kmuliit of the l?lr tttorui. < The Philadelphia imperii bring us much additional J melancholy intelligence respecting the loss of life , ^ and property by the recent freshets. One of them contains the following detail* ol the disasters, occa- P sioned b> the great Hood at Cheater :? 1 Chester and its vicinitv nre bowed down beneath V the chastening hand of Providence. The horoncK and its neighborhood present scenes of desolation, J41 such as in the absence of the terrors of war, have vj never been seen in this State. Our shores are ^ strewn with wrecks, our streets are filled with ruins, and from every section we hear tales of terror and N desolation and death, sufficient to appal the stoutest ' heart. " In the afternoon the rain became heavy beyond * description. It tell as if in a mass. The very lulls were sheeted with water, and in the valleys, runlets r became creeks and creeks were swollen into rivers. A freshet was of coursc anticipated ; but a flood, ' such as ensued, could not have been anticipated.? p It 1b said that the passengers in the ufternoon boats saw a water spout burst upon the heights between , Ridley and Chester creeks ; but though any ordina- ' ry fall of rain, however copious, seems inadequate , to have produced the subsequent flood, there is no satisfactory evidence of the existence of a water ^ spout. About six o'clock it was found that Chester creek was rapidly rising. Every effort was instant- H| ly made to place such property mm was moveable out jr ef the reach ofdABger, but so instantaneous was * the swell of water, that the next moment left no feeling but the instinct of self preservation. jnesiream roar, 11 is saiu oy some, mix ieet in |} five minutes; others aver that it rose six feet in one j ( minute, i'lie water poured down as if a wave ol'j the sea had been swept onward by an earthquake. I In about two hours it had risen 23Ieet. The neighboring creeks were swollen in the same proportion; ! and the roar ol the impetuous torrents rang (or miles , through the country. The flood swept irresistibly , onward. The dams built tor its restraint were as reeds before the ocean that rushed by; the channels j u were lost, and the vast volume ot waters spread over ^ the plain, tearing up the largest trees, and sweeping lactories anil buildings, like bubbles, upon its ' surface. Fortunately this took place before dark, or the scene wouldl have been even more terrible than it was. In Chester the torrent rose as it by magic, and swept angrily through the streets. The build- ^ inga which were most trail were swept away; and from others females were b*rne through the angry e and rushing waters half dead with fright. Houses, dam^, bridges, boats and an immense mass of lum [( ber, furniture, mill wheels, tec., shot by upon the current. At length, while the assembled citizens e gazed, with white lips, upon the ruin, the railroad bridge, built at an enormous expense, was lifted Iromits foundations and tlung down the stream. | q The next to tollow was the suspension bridge, j j, This structure was one of wh'Ch every enlightened ^ American was proud, as it was the first chain- tj bridge built in the world. Europe has since claimed I (he invention; but here stood?alas! it Btands no longer! the proof, erected thirty years ago, that to ^ America belongs the credit of having invented and I if constructed the first suspension bridge. When the g mass ot matter, which shot u|>on the stormy and roaring torrent, struck the bridge, it swayed and w groaned, and at length, after a moment's resistance, |)( its vast iron fastenings gave way with a crash, and (j the chains, as they grated upon each other, sparkled and flashed like lightning. It swung heavily for a moment and fell into the Hood. I The water now swept through several of the low- j er streets. I saw this morning a house in the mid- j ^ die of one street, and a shallop in another.left there \ ' by the recedfg stream. The nature and extent ot i1 the injury done could not then be estimated; but it | was with a dismav which approached despair that i p citizens saw the flood roll into their storehouses and sweep their hard earnings away. This morn-I iug. however, disclosed in part the extent of the | ruin. It was found that wharves, tan-yards, ma- j chine shops, storehouses, lumber and coal yards, F <tec. had been either carried off bv the flood or ruin- I ed by the inundation. Messrs. liyres, Kilts, Brobs- t! ion, j'axion, ixc., ore 6?>vere numrcts. uui ine r, consequences in Chester are trivial in comparison ;j with those which have occurred higher up on the j, Ch?ui?r nnri K iHley creeks. Every bridge, or scarly every one on thoae two streams, has been carried away. Many of these were costly and substan- Ml tial structures, and it will cost an immense sum to t? replace them. Most of the mills and factories upon a, th?se streams have shared the same late. ^ The factories of Mr. Crozer, of Mr. Dickson, of p Mr. Kiddle, and others, have been swept away.? te Immense numbers of bales of cotton, boxes of |y goods, barrels of dyewoods and barrels of flour,have been carried down to the Delaware, or scattered 8j upon t:ie meadows into which the flood, in its fury, j,t broke and deposited its spoil. It is believed that all n< the dams are gone. The pecuniary loss to individuals is frightfully great?and that which has fallen upon the county is not less appalling The lowest or estimate of loss ts #26<),(Km?but thi" is made up, to j| a great extent, upon conjecture. The county will nn probably be cons-trained to raise, by loan,the means |e. ol reconstructing her bridges, as nil intercourse be t,u tween the different sections of the country is now r? cut ofl . . Z Hut the loss of property, terrible as it is, is incon- tor siderableto the los-sof lile with which this affliction of Providence has been attended. It is believed that not less than twenty, and probably as many more, persons have been drowned. At one place on the He Chester creek, an entire family, tliut of Mr. Hhoads, jg8 consisting of himself, wile and two stiall children, found it impossible, so instaneous was the rise and rush of the torrent, to escai* the house, and all per is ished. At the tiour mills, a devoted mulatto wo- ble man, finding that Mr. Flower was in great danger, attempted to rescue him, but the sudden dash of the flood swept her away, and she was engulfed. ,ai Mr. Flower, who was in an upper story of the W rnill ill., into ? tr?.< . I.n remained uniil the torrent tore up the tree mid swent at it onward, He however succeeded in getting hold ' :>f the branches of another tree that resisted th?* jjt id, and he was eaved. Several bodies have been ari( :ound upon the shore and in the meadow*. This '|t.| fatality is to be ascribed to the unparalleled suddenness of the rise ol the water It was as it the earth (hr had opened and poured lorth her secret flood ? i ^ct-rctly was the presence of danger known belore lo it was followed by the absence of ho|>e. Hundred* ma ol' hair breadth'scales are narrated The whole country is overspread with gloom, and the consequences ofthe last night s calamines will,long overshadow the prosperity ol this lovely seetion ol coun- 8k| ,rV' an (From the Newark Daily Advertiier, Aug. 7.] ur DESiKicrtON by tiir Saturday Storm?It is agreed, we believe, that this city and its immediate vicinity was never visited with such heavv and destrnctive showers, as tho^e which nearly Hooded us on Saturday afternoon and evening. The first catne w up from the north east about the middle ol the al- rn ternoon, and was moderate. Three showers sue- nf ceeded, constantly inc reasing in violence, during the evening, and from about 8 o'clock to between 1 and c( 2 o'clock on Sunday morning, the rain literally fell in torrents?seemingly one incessant sheet of water from the clouds, accompanied with thunder and ligh'ning Much concern was excited throughout ? ihe vicinity for the consequences, and those living in low grounds, along streams, and exposed situa- s,r ions, mad'/ sucli preparations as the time would al- ' o* to meet the emergency. Hundreds of citizens 9,f were at work yesterday bailing water ?ut of their 1? jasernents and cellars,and striving to keep the water {'ei courses clear. The damage is nevertheless very J jreat, and we have thrown together below such I [pf (acta as will serve to indicate the severity and ex- i "" lent of the Hood, (or Mich it really was. 1 he So far as we can learn the storm extended as far Nr west of us as Schooley's Mountain,hut was not very f?rr levere beyond Morriatown; North to Patterson, i (vliere a flour mill wa* carried away; East to Long , cat Mand, and South as tar as Wilmington, in Dt-la- i nai ware. net Many families living on the west side of the city, cot n Washington, Plane, and other streets under the to < lill, huve suffered moreorless. Upwards of a hun- 1 fred cellars and basements mu-t have been flooded. j pro Several j?oor families and three or four retail atorea tna lave suffered severely from the damage to goods, I urniture, A*c , specially in Plane, William, Church j cat md Catharine streets, ?outh ol Market street. In *uc iome cases the first floors of dwelling houses were roc ntirely submerged, the light furniture floating. < fundreds were engaged yesterday in bailing and thi Irawingoff the water,and several fire engines were I Inr feneroualy brought to their aid. The water poured obi l.iwn Market street in a flood, and of course lound t ts way into every open door. The damage to 1 tw rather and other property in that rreet is very con- 1 th? -J Ll- I Ku 'lorrnmr. , The water swept away all the dams upon the mill <>r frearn culled First river, which rrosiw* the city a: fie north end ol Broad street, carrying in ita course cat very thing in its way. The dam at rttouding^r'* nin 'ranklin Iron Work*, was damaged from to ' fl,5<IO. A soap factory established some two weeks ' HO at the same dam, in the building formerly known mo .? a Mrewrty, was washed of every thin* except a "i uantityof tallow. ' "P At the Washington Factory, owned by Mr. Fitch "Re !mith, a atone bridge belonging to the county, and I ren nany things from the baaementofihe building were km LD. Hrle*. Two ( ?ntt arried oft?the occupant* were Anion Crawford, an. Minhop, and John Omihu)*-, who think them. ?lve? damaged from $80 -AN** each. The whole >8K is estimated at #1000. On f h? Sppnn/J Ifiuar nnrlk? ? 111 -A in mfam at elleville, every mill dam and bridge from Bloomeld to Belleville, wee more or lend injured At the oho Copper Works ot the Messrs. Hendricks, the am wan swept away, frgether with proierty mounting to 7<lfl0dollars. The White Lead Works, Monging to General Moore, the American Print /orks of George Bird, and the Rolling Mills of tej'lifriH & Thomas, were alao greatly damaged. The bridge over the stream on the old road from lewitrk to Helleville is entirely destroyed, and the rater broke the embankment and rushed from ita hannel in one sheet down the road, completely aublerging the bridge at the lower road to the depth f several teet, making the stream impassable on ither road ; and the only communication is by a nvate bridge used by the workmen or Mr. Bird's ronertv. On Third Hiver, Mix's dam, Kingsland'a dam, nd the dam at Curtis' paper mill were all much inured. At Paterson we hear of no great damage, except ie submerging of cellars A grist mill of Mr. Alea, on the opposite side of the river,was destroyed, nd the atones carried 75 to ItH) yards. At Elizabethtown nearly all the bridges over the mull streams are carried away, including three beinging to.the county, iviany cellars have three or our leet of water. At Springfield Campbell's dam broke,and his mills re damaged to a considerable amount. 7 he ridges on the turnpike are carried away, and the :>ad is impassable. We hear of no damage at Westfield or Plainfiald. Some six or seven county bridges have been cared away. At Mendhani, some six miles west of Momntawn, began to rain about ft o'clock. We do not hear f any damage. In Morristown the rain was very heavy, but we nderstand did no irreat damage. About three ilea south of ihe town,on a stream running through reeii Village, two mills near each other, were firriedaway, nut without destroying much other 'werty. Thk Morris Canal.?The Morris Canal waa roken in nine places betreen thin city and Little alls, some five mites west of Paterson, tour of the reeches being between those two places. Nft locks r inclined planes, we are glad to hear, were injurd. The basin at the weigh lock immediately west f the city gave way, and the channel from tnence ) the river tun a flood, which carried away the asin near the wharves, and thus the canal was goon nptied The rumor that the bunks on the hill weit f the town gave way,is,we understand, not true. No rater was thrown into the streets from the canal, 'he damage to the cunal is serious, (i>erhapB$2000,) ut we are authorized to Hay that measures have een promptly adopted to repair it, and the navigaon will probably be resumed in ten days or a fortieht. The) Morris nnd Kssex Railroad was broken in >ur or five places where there are culvers. The truest and only serious break was at Millvtlle, near pringfield, where the bridge over the stream, some lirty leet in width, washed away. Thi?, however, ill not probably interrupt the operations of the road ryond to-day. The connection will be kept up unI the bridge ia restored by separate trains from ewark and Morristown. The New Jersey Railroad has not been materialinjured. A considerable breach was made through ie great avenue south of the city, and a portion of le track carried away, but the rails have been romptlv restored. The Dekware and Rnritan Canal was seriously >jured between New Brunswick and Princeton, wo heavy breaches having been made near Boundrook, which will probably susi-end navigation for fortnight. A letter from Valley Forge, Montgomery county, 'a , states We had yesterday, at this place, a most deatrucve frephet. The rain commenced falling modeitrly. at an early hour in the morning, but about P. M. it fell in torrents, and continued so to fall >rsome hours. The Valley Cr?'?-k, which runs trough tU* place, rone wi ll unex uopled rapidity, ad at about 7 o'clock, thr western end of the subantial dam, connected with the extensive factory 'longing to Charlvs H. Rogers, E-<| , was earned way The impetuosity of th?* current was treendou-?, and reminded me strongly of Trenton alls or Canada Creek, nearUtica, N. Y. An elusive gun factory, lust below the dam, was entirecarried away, ana also another dam, just below, he damage sustained here, has been quite extenve, and the reports are, that extensive breaches ive been made in the canal and railroad running ar thin place. The particulars I have not been ile to ascertain. The gun factory destroyed at Valley Forge, was le of three erected in the days of the Revolution, le two others were, one ct Harpers' Ferry, Va , <1 one at Springfield, Mass. The factory at Valr Forge, has not been occupied for some years ; t it is painlul to see the reminiscences of our untry fading from our view. May we not hope it Mr. Rogers will be induced to rebuild the lacy, if only oil this account * rhk Socikty Islands.?A paper published at molulu gives some extracts from a proclamation ued kv the Queen Pomare, before the seizure of islands by the British admiral. The document interesting, presenting as it does a very intelligi' exposition of the ideas respecting the maintence of personal rights and the public weal, enterned by the native government of these inlands, e therefore transfer it to our celumns ?? That a council of government shall be established Papeete, the capital of Tahiti. The council is invested conformably to the conion of the protectorate, with the administrative 1 executive power, and of the foreign political utionsof the government of the Queen Pomare. ( lie i imiih ii i/i uic m?vr i iiiur 111 |B Ol ee members, viz : ? ['he consul oi' Krance, commissioner of the King the government ol Her Majesty the Queen Pore. fhe military (xovernorol Papeete. The captain of the port of Papeete. The decision* of the council of the government all only be taken alter deliberation in council, d shall only be executive when pronounced by animity. Civil justice shall be exercised at Tahiti, by tribuils entirely composed of natives, named by the neon, for aHairs among the natives, according to e established custom. By the same tribunals, to hich shall b<? joined an equal number of white iurs, (to the native jurors of the mixed tribunals) imed by the council ol government. All judgments ^hall b* givf*n alter the laws of the >untry already promulgated The natives and whites shall be equal in the eyes the law. Liberty ol worship is proclaimed The govern rnt will a third them an equal protection. None ran sought out lor his religious opinions, nor con aiirru in iii? rjirrt'ivc ill fim wurfiii|' Individua! liberty is guaranteed; none can be ipped but by it written and explained ordpr of the uncil, alter deliberation, anil upon a unanimous cision. K I property, of whatever description, ts guarand; deputes that may arise on this subject, conmably to the reserves made by the Qeeen, shall exclusively the resort ol the native tribunals, me can be constrained to sell or exchange his pperty. VII whites resident at Tahiti must hare a certifie of nationality, or known by the consul of his ion, or again taken under the protection of one ;redited; in default of this guarantee he will be isidered as a vagabond, and as such be obliged put the country. I'he interdiction ol the sale of spirituous liquors, nounced by the laws of the (^ueen, Pomare, is intained. Svery one's dwelling house is inviolable. They inot be entered except they keep public houses, h as hotels, eating houses, taverns and billiard ima. , . laming houses are in'erdictfd?all infractions of f sh.ill be severely punished, ana in caw- ?> rr e, 'he person rendering himself guilty .?hall be liged lo quit the country. \ll whites who interrm-dd.V with the aftaira be pen the government of the Queen J'omare, and it of the king, provisionally established, or who their clamors, their intrigue*, their calumnies, their actions, shall seek to trouble public order i good h?rni?'nv which is about to be established, i, upon n resolu'ion taken in council by a unaiity oI voice*, be forced to quit the country, he captains of vessels who may ent>?r the port of ieete, s'lall be obliged to nuke declaration of the five ot their coining, at the office ot the captain th?* |M>rt?and to inform him of the day ol their aMure, and pay the duas of pilotage and anchorfixed by the Queen Pomare These dues shall 11in the same until the decision of the king ia >wu under the acceptance of the protectorate"

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