Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 10, 1843, Page 1

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TH Vol. IX?No. tflN ? Whole No. 3430. To tho Public. THE NEW YORK HKRALD?daily newapaper-pubHiked try day of the year except New Year'? day and Fourth of July. Prica ti canta per copy?or $7 26 per annum?poatagea paid?caih in advance. THK WEEKLY HERALD-publiahod every Saturday morning?price 0| cent* per copy, or $3 1'J per annum? pottages paid?cash in advanee. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald l? over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increa* ing fast. It hat the largeit circulation of any paper in tliii city, or the world, and it, there/ere, the beet channel for bu iintu men tn the city or country. Price* moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kind* executed attha moat moderate price*, and in the moit elegant sty Ie. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraiiToa or thi Hkiiald Establishment, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau street*. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 tons and 140 h'?rse iiower each. I Appointed by tli* Admiralty to tail between Liverpool and Boston, calliug at Halifax tn laud and receive 1'asseuuuugt<ra and Her Majesty's Mails. HIBERNIA. Captain Charles H. E. Judkins. CALEDONIA, aptain Edward O. Lott. ACADIA. Captain Alexandor ltyrie, BRITANNIA ll--;.. , Will sail for Boston via Halifax, From Boston. From Liverpool. i Acadia, Ryne, 16th August. 19th July. Hiherma, .1 utlkins. 1st Sept. 4th August. Britannia. Lott, 16th do 10th do Those ?hi|>> carry exiw-rieiiced surgeons, and are supplied with Frances' I'atont Lil? Boats. Passage to Liverpool ?120?To Halifax $20. No bertha secured uutil paid for. For pansage apply to D. Bill GHAM, Jr., Agent ' Rti3r No. 3 Wall it., New York. r [-ft? DRAFTS ON ENGLAND. IRELAND, Sic.?Persona about remitting money to their friends in the "old country," can lie sup- 1 plied with Drafu, in sums of 1, 8, 3,5,10. St ?.10, or any amount, payable on demand I without discount or *ny other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Bult, Son St Co., 1 Bankers, London, 1. Barned &. Co., Exchange and Discount 1 Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bauk of Scotland, Greenock Bank- 1 ing Company, Sir Wm. Forbss Hunter & Co., Scotland, and the branches in every post town throughout England. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which draft* will be forwarded by the 1 steamers Great Western or Hibernia, by 1 W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, , At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, corner South st. N. B.?All letters froin the country must come post paid. ' jyllr : " r rtl _ nmn-a ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, j jySf^JtkpV &c.?which can be sent by the steamship i ^y&K^WEJ^^ACADIA, tailing from Boston ou the 16th , ^JShEESWw We have at all times for sale Drafts at sight j for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, , Dublin. Also, on Messrs. Preseott, Grote, Ames & Co., Bank- ( ers, London, which are |>aid free of risk or any charge whatever in every Province and County, besides all tlio inland towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotlaud and Wales, therebyanswering the same purpose as Bank of England Notes. Apply to or address, if by letter, (post paid.) ROCKE, BROTHERS k CO., 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. t P. fl.?R. B. & Co., have a regular succession of first class ( shi|>s sailing weekly from Li verpool. Those sending for their , relatives will find it their interest to have them brought out through us. One of our firm, Mr. James D. Roche, is there to j forward passengers with care and despatch. For passage apply ts above, or to ^ JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Gores Piaxxas, auJr Liverpool. , , NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To tail from New York on the 25th and .Livar|>ool ou tlis 13th of each month. < WlTl'ry* Mjyu^ *" ifiSwi Nr.w Ship RQSCIU8, Captain John Collins, 25th July. Ship 810I)()N9, Captain A. B. Cobb, 25tli \ Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster. 25th Sept. Ship OARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 25tu October. , From Livkhpool. I Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Depeyster, 13th July. Ship (iAHKICK, Capt. Win. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSC 1l> S, Captain John Collina, 13th September. Ship SIDDON8, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. 1 These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, , built in the city of New York, with such improvements as j combine gm>t speed with unusual comfort for paaaeugers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their acroni- ! modntions. The price of passage hence is $75. These ships . are commanded by experienced masters, who w ill make every . exertion to give general satisfaction. . Neither the captains or owners of the shi|>s will be rexponsi- . ble for any letters, parcels or package* sent by tliem, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS &l CO., !/> South st.. New York, or to , BROWN, SHIPLEY Si CO., Liverpool. ; Letter* by the packet* will lie charged I2>a cents |ier single \ heet ; JO cauls |ier ouuca, and new spapers 1 cent each. j)7 ec THE NEW LINEOF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. , ^; j New ship QUEEN OF THE WEST, (,'sfh I2J0 tons. rhilip P. Woodhouse. jJcthMav ' Ship ROCHESTER 85. ton.. ) John Britton. ^ 16th June-_J__ , Ship H0TT1NUUER, 1050 ton.. t ^ Ira Bursely, > 16th July. . , TIiom substantial, fast sailing, Irst clua ships, all built in ' the city of New York, are commanded by men of ex|ieri?nce and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on ill* ICth of well month. Their cabins are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with wlialavtT can conduce to tha case and comfort of passengm. Neither ike captains or owners of these ships will be reaponSlide k<r any or package* sent by them, unless regular bills lading are signed therefor. F?'r freight or passage apply to WOODHuLL Si M1NTURN8, 87 South strew, New York, or to F1ELDEN, BROTHERS & CO., | an 9 _ Liverpool OLD LINK LIVERPOOL"PACKETS. , tUfv C 'PHt, OLD LlST^ilTackets for Liverpool will hereafter be J I despatched in the following ordr., excejitiug that when the r sailing day fall* on Sunday, the ship* will sail on the succeed- t ingday, ?u:- | From New York. From Liverpool Tke C AMBRIDGE, (Junn 1 July 19 850 ton*, \ Oct. 1 Nov. 19 W. C. Burrow, f Feb. 1 Mar. 19 The ENGLAND, I June 19 Aug. 7 750 ton* {Oct. 19 Dec. 7 _ 8. Bartlett,f Feb. 19 April 7 Tha OXFORD, lJuly 1 Aug. 19 800 ton*, < Nov. I Dec. 19 J. Rathbone, f March I April 19 The MONTEZUMA, iJuTy 19 Sep*. 7 1000 ton*. / Nov. 19 Jan. 7 A. B. Lowber, r March 19 Mav 7 I Th* EUROPE, SAuS' " Sfpt- '9 1 618 ton*. < Dec. t Jan. 19 , E. O. Furber, (April I May 19 , Tl* NEW YORK, (new) ? Aug. 19 Oct. 7 9i0 tons, < Dec. Id Feb. 7 , T. B. Cropper, (April 19 Jun? 7 Tho SOUTH AMERICA,! i Sept. 1 Oct. 19 , 650 ton*, Jan. 1 Feb. I , E. O. Bailey, r May 1 June 19 , Th* COLUMBUS. v Sept. 19 Nov. 7 t 700 tons. < Jan. 19 Mar, 7 li. A. Cole, (May 19 July 7 Thrae ship* are not *urpa*<ed in point of eUgance or comfort in their cabin accommodation*, or in their fast sailing >]ualities ' by any vessels in the trade. The commanders are well known as men of charactar and J experience, and the strictest atteution will always be paid lo ' promote the comfort and convenience of paasengers. Punctuality, u rcgardt the Jay of (ailing, will I)* obterTed at J heretofore. The pric* of |**tage outward it now filed at Seventy-!1 ire Dollar*, for which ampU ttores of every description will he provided, with the exception of wines and liquort, w hich will lie furnished by the itewarda, if required. Neither the captain or ownert ol thete tliips will he responsible for any letiert, parcelt, or packages tent by them unlet* regular bills of lading are aignrd thereTor. For freight or passage , apply to OQODHUF. fc CO, South at. II. MARSHALL. 31 Hurling tlin. N. Y. nnit of BAKINO, BROTHERS & CO, LV>o1.| 3t 12 TAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK JLIP, SEW ,V OHK. 1 lie tuli>?rih?n> l>eg to call th? attention ol their friend* an,I the pnhlic generally, to their stiiwrior arrangements for bringing out inittengr-rt from, and remitting money to any part of England. Ireland, Scotland or Walun, in the magnificent |?ck| et ships, comprising the . \N?\V LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:Ship RQ8CIU8, ('apt. Collins. Ship HIDDONS, Captain Cohb. Ship SHERIDAN, 'aptgjn Depeyater. Ship OARRICK, Captain Sknldy. t New ship 110TTIN(U'ER, Captain Bnrtly. ( Ship H(H,'THKRNER, Captain Woodhouse. SI,ip ROCHESTER, (. aptain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL, Captain Eldredge, Hailing twice every month ; and with the " UNITE!) LINE," composed of superior first class American shipt. tailing every j ten nay a, will inaks five ahipt in |cnch month throughout the year, (or on* every six dayt) thereby preventing th? |>oiaibility of unnecessary detention. I'aasages direct from London, Briatol and ttreenock to New York. Alto from Liverj>oo| to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah Charleaton, Philadelphia, Botton and Baltimore, and the various ports in Briiisli North America, can at all timet he en- j gaged on liberal terms. Pertont withing to tend for their friraids, will not fail to tee the advantages to be derived from telectiug this line in preference to any other, and they may real ataured that care will be taken to make the passage agreeable, the ahipt being fitted up with an eye tolely to the comfort of passengers. a In all cases when" the parties sent for decline coming, the money will I* refunded without any deduction, as usual. A free pnstage from the various seaport* of Ireland and Scotland, can c alto be teciired . ii Th* regular packets for which the tiibtcribert are agetits, sail at followt, ?i* To and from London on the Itt, lit, tud ?"th ol each month. I o and from Liverpool on the Itt. 7th. 13th, 19th, and ?Mh of each month. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charleston, wt|ekl^ |liro^houyhe teuton. Tersont in the country wishing to tend money to their friendt by encloting the mm they with tent, w ith th* name and addresa of the partica to receive, it, may rely an a draft for lite amount being forwarded per fint packet, after the receipt thereof, and an acknowledgement for the same retnrned per mail. Draftt at tight, for any amount, are iwyahle on demand, without ilitcount or snv other charae. at the National and I1 rlal linnkn of Ireland find branch^, Kaitern Bank of Scotland, ii i10CV ml l^f'r bmnchwi, Mr?tri. Jamet Bait, Ron ai c;6, j l Hanker* London Etching*, and Diicoanr Bank. Liverpool and ,ni/f*ty ^n?ip*l town or Omit Britain and Ireland. Y nrtner particulars mad* known on nnplication, if by letter. ,H..Iir*id, to W.?k J, 'I TAI'Hl {)TT. , w ' <3 Peek Slip, conur South ?tj j * -jiip i .* ' . - mm*** * vtym-m / '' E NE NEW i&> i&. ifflv riife?AsW7iK KII(JTM>KT:AT isiin\nTANn IRTLAND Bi Tllh. BLACK BALL Oil OLD LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from l.imr|N>ol on lite 7th and I'Jlli of every month.] I'ervMis wishing lo send to the Old Country lor their friends ran make the MCtMin with tint subscribers, and have them come out in this superior Line of Packet*, Sailing f^oni Liverpool punctually oil the 7th and 19tli of every month. 1 hey will also have a first rat* class of American trading shi|>?, sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communication Irotn that port. One of the firm ( Mr. Jamas D. Roche I is there, to tec that they shall ba forwarded with care and despatch. Should til* parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverp?ol Packets, comprise the follow ing Biagnilicuut Ships, viz :? The OXFORD " vri.- NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE. COLUMBUS, EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With sncli superior and nnoqnalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which has buen extonded to tiiem so many years, for which rhev an- grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relative*, cau st all time* obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawu direct ou the Koyal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Me*srs. PRE8COT']\ OROTE, AMES St CO. _ Bankers, London, which will ue paiu mi iiemanu at anv 01 tne uankx.or iheir Branchm, in all the priuci|?l towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wale*. Apply, or address, (if by letter. post paid.) ROC IfV._, BROTHERS & CO. 10 Fulton street New York, next door to tint Kultou Bank. N. B.?The Old Lin* of Liverpool Packet* sail from this port for Liveriniol on the lit and 19th of each tnoiilh. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their coinlbrt and advantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in Inference to any other. uS7 r JOHN"HKKDMAN'S OL1) ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE# iHS- igfc IR KKGULAR LINK "hl PACK FT SI HI'S, 61 SoiTthTtrJet* New Vork. PASSAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, hy tin1 regular packet ships, sailing on [ho 1st. 7th, Htli, 19th, and 2.0th of each month to and from Lircrpool and to and from Loudon 1st, 10th and 20th of each month. The subscriber ha* made unequalled arrangements to brin* nit emigrants, and can, with great coufideuce, assure those persons sending for their friends, that every due and diligent attention will be shown them, and all who embark with them Passage can also be engaged from Liverpool direct to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to the different ports of the British Province*, at the lowest ratai, With thoie arrangements, together w ith the advantage which lii* Liverpool correspondent* poaiess, being large ship owners, uid extensively engaged ill thu freighting business despatching y early at liflst 100 Iirat class ships from Liverpool to the va rons [>ort* of the United States, w itli freight and passengers. The facility offered by this establishment is unsurpassed, and from .he large number of first class ships employed in the. iiue there :an be no detention whatever, which will be guaranteed. The price of passage will be at the lowest rates, and should any ot hose sent for decliue coming, the passage money will be as :u*tomary refunded. The steamboat fare from the different >orts to Liverpool can, as usual, be secured. JOHN HERD MAN, 61 South ?t, N Y. or J. & W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants aud Emigrants' Agents, No. 16 Ooree Piazza*. Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. The Siilucriber requests the attention of those remitting tno ley to their friends to his unequalled arrangements for the payneiit of his drafts on demand, without discount or any charge vhate.ver, at the following Banking Institutions, viz :? IN ENGLAND?Messrs. James Buljt, Soli k Co., Bankers Liondon. Messrs J. Barnard St Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool. National Provincial Bank of England, and Branche* throughnit England aud Wale*. Yorkshire District Bank aud Branches. Birmingham Banking Co. Lancaster Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Greenock Banking Co. in Glasgow and jreenock. F.asteru Biyik of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. Vtnagh i oik Funis Mallow Vthlone Carlow Euuiskillen Moncyinore Sal I ina Cavan Gal way Omagh Belfast Coleraine Kilkenny Parsonstown Jain bridge Cootehill Kilritsh Sligo 3allymeiia Dublin . Londonderry Stnibane Sandon Downpatrick Largen Tralee R?llv>l..?nnn rt I l.?.L Jlonmel Dungarron Mouagh&n Youiihall National Bank of Ireland. Till i us 1< >< Castlebar Moate Tipperary Saiiashtr Enniscorthy Nenah Tiiam ioyle Fermoy Jlaw Rom Thomatlown Josher Calway itnscrea Tralee 'arrick on Sair Kanlurk Hoicommon Westport 'astlerea Longford Wexford pharlesville Loughrea Tallow Wicklow Dlonmel MicTiacUtown Thurle* N. H ?In addilion to the Liverpool and London packed, the inbscriber is alto agent lor the regular packets sailing weekly roin New York lo New Orleans, M..lnle Charleston, and Savannah, by which pasaage can lie gerun d at tin- lowest rate*. yJ3-tf JOHN 1IKHDMAN. _ tfe >$!? jj'fjy yoio^^D IU^CTVKKTS Second Lino?Tim Shi|>< of thin line will hereafter leave New fork on the 1st, aud Havre on the ICth of earli month, as folows, viz From Nr.w York. Khom Hsvkk. Vew Ship ONEIDA, ( 1st March. ( 16th April. Captain _ < 1st July. \ IHI It August. James Fruick. r 1st November, f 16th DecembiT. Ship BALTIMORE, i 1st April. I 16th May. Captain _ < 1st August. < 16th September. Kdward Kunck.f 1st December. ( 16th January. Ship U TIC A, i 1st May. i 16th June. Cajitaiu < 1st Septemlier. < 16th Octobflr. F rederick Hewitt, f 1st January. ( 16th February, lew (hip St. .NICHOLAS t 1st June. t 16th July. Captain \ 1st October. ^ 16th November. J- B. Tell, ( 1st February. ( 16th March. The accommodations of these shi|>s are not surpassed, rumlining all that may be ie<|uired for comfort. The price of calin passage is $100. I'assonip'rs will b<' supplied with every rvinisite with the exception of wines and liquort. Goods intended for those vessels will be forwarded by the tubcribers. free from any other than the ejtisiinee actually injured ou tli-m. For height or passage, apply to BOYD Sc lflNCKEN. Agenta, je&i ec No. 0. Tontine Building, cor. Wall anil Water sts. KOR NKW ORLEANS. -OUISIANNA AND NEW YORK LINE OK TACKETS gfrftv Kor the belter accommodation of *bipi>ers. it is intended to le?|?tch a tliip from this port on the 1st, Hh.lOth, lith, 20th, ind 25th of each month, commencing the 10th October and coninuing until May, w hen regular days will be appointed for the emainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointnejitt will lie prevented during tne summer mnntlia The folowing ships will commence Ibis arrangement: Ship YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE. Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship HHAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship OASTON. Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVILLTE, CaptainMumford. Ship OCMULOEE, Captain I.eavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS. Captain Knitht. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ships were all built in the city of New York, expressly for packed, are of light draft of water, have receutly beeu lewly cop|>ered and put in ipltMidid order, with accoinmodaSons for passengers unequalled for comfort. They are comnanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion o give general satisfaction. They will at all times be towad ip and down the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of these *hi|>s will be rcsponlible for jewelry, bullion, precious stonea, siItht or plated ware, >r for any letters, parcel or package, sent by or put on board of hem, unless regular bills of lading are taken for tlie same and nevalim thereon expressed. For freight or Passage, apply to E. K. COLLINS fc CO.. SS South ?t., or HULLIN & WOODRUFF. Agent in New Irleans. who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The slii|>s of this line are warranted to sail punctually as ad'ertised, and great car* will b? taken to hare the goods correriy measured. mr SKW JKHSKY ]\ A11.H (>A I > AM) TKANS PORTATION COMPANY. ggfiffa wjy NEW YORK AND NEWARK. FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. From the foot of Courtlandt street, New York. (Every day?Snndays excepted.) Leave* New V'ork. Leaves Newark. \t It A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7 A.M. At IKP.M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. 41, do. II do. 4 do. 9 do. S'2 do. 5.4 do. 10X do. 7*2 do. C>4 do. do ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Couitlandt street. Leaves New York. Le.ives Newark. At 9 A. M. and *K P. M. At I2W 1'. M. and 9j? P. M. NEW YCMlK, ELIZ VBGTH TOWN. Leaves New York. Leaves Elixabeth Town \t fl A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7K A. M. 3>. P. M. 9 do. 4 do. do. 7 do. I 11 do. 4W do. 10 do. do. J>? do. U do. The trains for Westfield, Hainfield, Rnundhrook, Somerrille, he., connect with the 0 V M , and 4,4 P. M. ; trains 'rnm New York daily^Sundays excepted. Kar? between <lo. and Somerville, 75 centj. NF.W YORK AM) RAHWAY. Leave* New York. I,e?ve* Railway. U * A.M. At 3 P.M. At 7 A.M. At ST. M. 9 do. 4 do. R do. fi i do. 11 ilo. 4 \ do. 9U do. 0 do. fi a do. ujl do. NKW YORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. K rom foot of ( onrtlandt *treet, New York, daily. Leave* New York. Leaves New Brnmwick. . Vt 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At 6 A.M. At IIS A.M. 5W do. 1% do. P. M. . on sundays; Leavaa New York. Leave* New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and 4\ P. M. At IIS A. M., and F- M. r are, except in the Philadelphia train*, between New York nd New Hrnntwick. Ml cent*, lietweun New York and Railway, 25 cent*. Pw?MiK>T* who procure their ticket! at the ticket i.llire, reeivo a ferry ticket grati*. Ticket* are received by the conInctor ?nl\ on the day when purchased. mlt:<ni*r PATERSON RAILROAD. JEjjfe i3i& from Pater*on to Jer*cv City. On and after Monday, 17th July, the earn will leave PaTr.F?o!? Depot ,Lr*vr. Nr.w York. K A. M. 9 A. M. "X I\M. ON SUNDAYS. Ueayk PaTsmoi* Dr.fOT. Lr*vr N*w York. a. m. *x a. m. j p. m. , 6 y, m. Trimportation can ply d.iily (Sunday* excepted.) I'mswi[er* *ie advised to he at tho Kerry, foot rtf Courtlandt atreet, a , f* minute* befoie the ?tated houri of departure. jy!9 Sin W YC r YORK, THURSDAY B "Wat mtm ^ if TT DAILY KXPRK8H ZBSELjEK. KOR ALBANY', TROY, i'IIH \<i<> anil the < ANAPAf 1 he iiibicrih^ri hnvint; completed tli*? r arrangements wit the Pwple'i Liiie of Steamboat*, on the North River, and tl Hail Road t'omiianiea west of Albanv for runniiiK their Eii>m tor the season of IUI3, an Kxprev? vmII |raVc ?their office. No. \\ all street, New Y ork. every evening, at quarter to 7 oYlocI lor the above named and intermediate place*. I \1 PI I U 'I' t v liuiunini^i. For tlie givater safety and security ??fall valuable and monf packages entrusted in tli**ir rare, they have Salamander Ire Safe* on board of the tt?a hi boats, in a strte room occupied e cltlsively by them?el ve*t and the uiesnenKer ill chargc sleeps I the *ain?* room \%itli the iron salt**.into which ill such padkag< an* placed. I'OMfclROY & COMPANY, in I ec No. 2 Wall street. ENGLISH. FRENCH. BELGIAN AM) AMKRH.'A! EXPRK88, GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HOI SE. HARNDEN & CO. will receive mil forward by their dail Express Cars, S|>eeie, Bank Notes, Package* and ParceU, to an part of the United States or Canada*, and uy the steamer* an jwekett to any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium < France. Particular attention in paid to the pu rcliase or sale of all d scriptions of merchandise, collecting and paying Drafts, Note and Bills, to the entry of mercluuidise at the Custom Hou* and to the general transaction of any and ill kinds of for wan in|f and commission business. Bills of Exchange, ill sums I suit, furnished on St. Johu, N. B., Halifax, N. ?., or on an part of Europe. All goods must he marked "Harden & Co." Foreign Po Office Letter Bags are made up for all the Royal Mail Stean ers from Boston, andithe *jf.imt'r and sailing packets from Ne York. Principal offices and agents:? Messrs. Wilmer and Smith, 33 Church street, Liverpoo England. Messrs. Maclean, Maris & Co., 3 Ahchurcii lane, London. Messrs. K.mcrson it Co., Paris and Havre. Samuel llaight, Esq., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. J. and J. <i. Woodward, St. John, N. li. A. \V. Godfrey, Halifax, N. 8. J . G. Woodward, New Orleans, La. Messrs. J. B. Sazarac & Co., Havana. Harnden & Co. 8 Court St.. Boston. All goods most lie marked "Harden it Co. N. 15.?Harnden 8t Co. are alone rea|iontible for the loss o injury of any articles, or property of any description committf vo.. , urn is any riSK ftsMIUV'il i>y, nor Call ally De ai tached to the New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, b which their crates are or may lie trans|K)rt>d; nor the Ne< York, Providence, and Boston Railroad, or the Uostnii and Pre vidence Railroad Corporations, in tesiect to their contents a any time. HARNDKN & CO., jy 12 r No. 'J Wall St., New York. _ NKW YORK,"" SCHOOLKY'B M <UN T AIN *^?P^P*Vi? K. mid HoniervillV H*. Ron.l ?&&&&&& Kor ScTiooloy's Mountain, leave pier No. i iNorili river, a IKo'dow, A. M., daily, (Sundays excepted) by steamboat t Elizahcthport; or luave thn foot of ( oitrtland street at 9 o'cloc A. M., by N. J. Railroad to Klizabethtown, thence connec with the cars for Somerville coaches, thence 20 miles to th Mountain?arriving early in the afternoon. For Eastoil leave as above, proceed bv railroad to Somervilh coaches from thence (only utiles) arriving in Eastou at o'clock. This route,"on account of the short distance by coaches, mail ins it by far UM most pMiint and expeditious, ii self to public patronage. Mr. Sanderson, the proprietor at Sn merville, has provided himself with carriages and horses to a< commodate private parties with extras at the shortest notici ami on reasonable terms. Kor seats apply to H. D. Hope, Merchants' Hotel, 11 Court land st. Passengers from Philadelphia to Schoolev's Mountain, wil leave Philadelphia at 7 o'clock, A. M., by New York railroai line to New Brunswick. Splendid coaches from thence, arri\ iug at the mountain early same afternoon. 3 2m*r SSCHOO'LKV'S^MOUNTAIN I AN1) K.A8TON. oot of Courtlandt street, daily (Sumuts excepted at 8 o'clock, A. M. by railroad from Jersey citv t > Morristowu thence by Post coachee through Meiiilhain, Chester, Schooley' Mountain, Anderson Town, Port ( olden, Washington, t( Kaston. At Washington a daily lino intersects to and fron Belvidere. Kor seats apply to J. Hill, at J. l'atton's Coinmer cial Hotel, 73 Courtlandt street. " N. U.?Kxtras furnished at the shortest notice by appl) ing l( N B. Luse, United States Hotel, klorristowu. myll 3inec " SUMMER AH RANGEME N'J\ NKW YORK AND PHILADKLPH1A RAILROAD LINE DIRECT. Via Newark, Newbbunswick, Prikcktow, Thkhton, Borde.ntuwn Ami Burlimhton. T MM w w -ir w ~ THROUGH IN SIX HOURa. Leavius New York daily from the foot of Courtlandt st. Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at I'. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordeutown, from thence b' steamboat to Philadelphia. The Kveiling Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite v Philadelphia) wjchont change "I i PftkM'IICfril will I?r*?r ll r*? (Uir liulr^n ?fc t tV?* o flTi 1>U f<M)t O Courtlandt street, where a commodious steamboat, w ill be ii readiness, with baggage. crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates an conveyed from city to city wihout being opened ny the way. Kach train is provided w itl a car in which are apartments and dressing rooms expressly fo the ladies' use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Wal nut street, by steamboat to Bordeutown at 7 o'clock, A. JV1 and by railroad front Camden, at A o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7^ A% M., am 4 P. M. being a continuation of the lines from New Vork. je NEW YORK & BOSTON POUND 1'ILOT. AWF.N mF.arOTT, Pilots, or take* charge as master and " pilot of vessels bound to New Bedford, over Nantuckel Hlioals, Boston, Portsmouth, Portland, Kennebeck, and OTll F.R PORTS. Office at Frve & Shaw's Nautical store, 2'i't Water street, comer Beekman. Reference to a unmber of mer chants, and the several Insurance Companies in this city, Bos ton, and Portland. jy!8 lroisr remittances to Ireland, jcc.-tim MrVVVsuHscriher continues to transmit money in sums largi JVSeafav'r small, to persons residing in any part of of Ireland in the name manner as he, and his predecessor in business liavt done for the last thirty years and more ; also, to any part ol England, or ScotlanJ. Money remitted by letter (post paid) to the subscriber, 01 personally deposited with him, with the name of the persons in Ireland, England or Scotland, to w hom it is to be' sent, and nearest post town, will l>e immediately transmitted, and paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or for warned to the sender. In like manner money, or claims on persons ill any part o( Ireland, England or Scotland, can lie collected by the subscri' her for persons residing in any part of tlie United States or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. j 17 lm*r GEO ROE McBJUOE, Jr. 82 Cedar st. ~OLD BLACK BALL LINE OF PACKETS.? fOTPJ^^Packet/if the I9th August.?The fast sailing racket Miry?t?i|> NEW YORK, CapUin Cropiw, will I- despatched as above her regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed.? Those wishing to ?ecnre berths will require to make early application to JOHN HKKllMAN, fit South street, near Wall st. Passage from Liverpool can as usual be secured in any of the packet ships sailing weekly, anP drafts furnished for any amount payable at the National and Provincial Rank of lieland and Branches, and Messrs. J. Butt, Son tc Co., Bankers, London-, Eichanpe and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and Branches throughout England and Wales, Greenock Banking Co., and Kastern Bank of Scotland and Branches. Kor further particulars apply as above. jv 21 ec JTgg- BLACK BALL Oil OLD LINE OK LIVEIC J#*fWPACKETS KOR LIV KRPOOL.?Only regnlai anHasKBl'acket ship and sails on Saturday, the 10th August.? 'J he new and remarkable fast sailing favorite packet ship > E\V YORK, burthen I0i<) tons, Captain Thomas 11. Cropper, wil til POntlTtlt as above, hi r regular ?, The accommodations of this magnificent packet for! cabin, 2< cabin, and steerage passengers, it is well known are unsurpns*e? by any other vessel atloat. Those visiting the Old ounlr) will find it their interest and comfort to select this desirahli conveyance. Kor terms of passage, which will lie very low, am those wishing to choose the best lierths, early applicatiol should be made on board, foot of Beekmaii st , or to the sub scribers. KOCHE, BROTHERS & CO., 3i Kultou street, New York, next door to theKulton Bank. Note.?Passengers w ill please hear in mind that the packers ol this Line sail punctually as advertised, therefore,will mo t with no disappointment in selecting the above packet. P. S. The New York sails from Liverpool on the 7th of October. Persons sending for their friends ran have them brought out in her or any of trie packets comprising this magnificent and unequalled Line, sailing from that port on the 7th and 19th ol each month. For passage apply as above. The packet ship Columbus will succeed the New York, and sail for Liverpool oc the 1st of September, her regular day. uR ec AftC- VOR NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana and New M^JV^ork Line?Positively First Regular Packet?The MMHIEavery fast sailing tucket ship LOUISVILLE, Captain >1. Hunt, loading at Orleans wharf, loot of Wall street has nearly all her cargo engaged and can take some freight it immediate application is made on board or to E. K. COLLINS Ik CO., 36 South st. Shippers may rely on having their goods correctly measured. Agents in New Orleans, Hulin & Woodruff, who will Tin1 liciirt ship rft/NT8VlLLE, Capt. O. R. Mnmfonl, W 11 I iurrr.'<l the I .mim 111 > l?n9 CC rAK1S BOOTH AND LASTS MADE TO ORDER BV E. SUSER, 175 IJrondtvay, (Basement,) one door IromCourtlandt street. E. RUBER, Bootmaker, and maker (if Last*, nn " Klve" of Clerce of 1'aris, Ix-tfn leave lo inform his friends and all the amateurs of a l?*ma>ilv " chaussure,'' lint lie on now make, in New V ffrk, (villi the l?"?t French materials, all that is so iicrfoctly nuute. n: Paris, by his master the celebrated bootmaker Clerfc, wh??r numerous customers on this side of the Atlantic are rv?|iect fully invited to trv SUSEH'S hoots and lasts before they despair or being chaussei' in Now York, after the nicest, latest Paris Kaaltion. v Also, tlit* genuine Paris Jet Black Varnish told. jy2# Im ec A CARD?To,the ?0,<>0ll unmarrieil and 40,000

married Ladies of New \ork.?The subscriber tenders hit compliments to the Ladies, and would inform them that lie is furnishing city made shoe* of the l>eat kind at such prices as cannot fail to suit the most economical. Best Silk (Jailers, made to order $2 25 a $2 SO Best TruiieM " " " 2 00 e i ti Buskins W a 1 12)% Ladies Slip|>ert 62^4 a I Otl Misses' Gaiters- ' I Y," ' V." ** * ' Those ? ho call at this store invariably call again? the best evidence of the satisfaction of his customers w ith his prices and the durability of his shoes. N B.?t ity and country dealers can have their orders e*ecnted Oil the most favorable terms, and with sliM-s nude, by the best workmen in ^"{^CBBY'S L^, No. 52 Catherine st. two doors below Madison st. jy3 1m#ec . - BOOT AND SHOE STORK. JOHN HEAD* rtpeetfidl y inform* hia fri?ml< and the I Ml M to. that hr ha? romnwnffil hiiaineaa in the abovr lino. At No. '>9 Na?aau ?tr<*t. where lie will thanklully rtTfiviand faithfully cwcute, all order* he may be farored with on the nnit renaonalile trrma fur caan. jy2?r SPECT A<:LE??(TTi.TkAUZORAr, Ocnliat and Opti cian, < anal atiert. No. HA, (remored from Broadway, Ml) haa constantly on hand a large aaaortment of 8|w>ctaole* for iliort aightrd and far sighted persona. AUo, etery kind of Spectacle Gla??e?. an3 lmVc JUL. . 1 I. ... IRK I 10RNING, AUGUST 10, rom BUFFALO UNO ALL FABT8 <>K THE WEM i&l era"? I, ASSOCIATION PAssaI;7 oh'KU'L TO ALBANY. If Utica $2 IW( rtoclie?t<T, $1 <HI ? Hyracuie, 2 2.'? Buffalo, 'I M 3 Oiwego, 2 25 U|>. and Lowar Canada 5 SO 11 For iiuSttgo apply ? ? St. L. HAV, wM n? 93 Barclay itnwti New York. '>' KOt KAWAY PAVILION LONG ISLAM) KAIL ?- ROAD. jtl Trains unon this road leave Brooklyn, *uiit , ?? Ferrv, for Jamaica, when coaches are m readings for delightful nnort, th* Marin# Pavilion, a ti?. t*n111n\ i..vix Half-past 'J A. M., ? o'clock and balf-past ? P. M. Returning, leave Jamaica at H A. M., 12 M., and 5 I*. M. fn f New York. Fare to Jamaica 2a. ; through from Brooklyn t the Pavilion, 7.Went* i*?2l t?w*r * ^afif SKVKN <r< uii K KA'T.nTnO I.IM N fl^2r3,<or ALBANY AND THOY direct, withon lr MS 7, landing?the ?j?l?-ii?lid low pressure steamboa SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean. will leave tne foot o V ('onrt)andt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Haturda y evenings, at 7 o'clock, lor Albany direct. id The Swallow lias a Iarge number of state rooms,and for spee< )r and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. aufl ec r OA I'KOi'LK'S I,INK <>K MTKA\|[ioAT> "! A I,BAN V?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.,|1 JK?Jw r. Throng direct?From the steamboat pier l>? 0 tweeu Court limit and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. y Steamboat ROC H EST I li, < ipt. \ Houghton! ??ll luv Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday KveninK, <*t 7 o'clock, gt Steamboat SOUTH AMKUK'A, rapt. L. W. Brainard t- will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at sevei m ovwck. Steamboat NORTH AMfcRICA.'Capt. M. H. Truesdell |t landing at intermediate places, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at .0 o'clock. The COLUMBIA, Capt. It. O. Cruttenden, Monday Wednesday and Friday, at 5 P. M. Passengers taking thin Line of Boat* will invariably arrive ii Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars fo the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished witl neat and elegant State Hooinn, ;md for speed and acconunoda tions are unrivalled on the Hudson. For Passage, or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schuit: r tot whan i1 OlA INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSI J (fc-- rtT*r^g?T|ON NIGHT LINK KOIl A I.n A N \ JLANH TROY.?THROUGH DIKEC'J WITHOUT LANDING-?The commodious and substantia steamboat PORTSMOUTH, Captain O. House, will leav 1 New York, from the foot of Barclay street, on Thursday, th 3d instant, at 5 o'clock, P. M., arriving at Albany and Troy ii time for the cars going west. Regular Days?Leaves New York every Tuesday, Thnrsda' and Saturday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. I Leaves Troy and Albany every Monday,Wednesday and Fri . dav afternoon. "t Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. 0 P. S. The above boat has undergone a thorough repair, ani k is in first rate order. a2 1m*y e S&\ NO MONOPOLY-FARE. REDU<~ KI) C New Independent Opposition Line for Alban: The new and commodious steamboat NEW JERSEY.Capl R. H. ran, 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. F reight taken lea than tow boat prices. ,* The New Jersey is furnished with elegant slate rooms, an for speed and accommodation is not surpassed by any steamboa on the Hudson river. j 17 - a* SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LIN1 , ^ *H/T3?FOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermedial | ' I:? i||(. steamboat pier, at th foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leaves New Y ork?The Empire on Monday, Wednesda ami Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 A. M. Lauding at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newbursh, Hampton 1 Poughkeeosie. Hyde Park, Rhinelieck, U. Red Hook, Bristol Calskill, Hudson, Coxs.ickie and Kinderhook. ) The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Gorliam , on Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug lit.f ^ The new low nressure steamer EMPIRE. Captain S. R. Roe > on Friday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug. II. i For passage, npi'l y at the office, foot of Barclay street, or on - board. Notice.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie > or any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on hoard the Boats of this Linrtpmist ue at the risk of the owners of such goods. aufi 2tr , ~ NEW AIIRANIIBMENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. OA REGULAR MAM. LINE-FORPRO Cm t"HL?-3?VH)ENCE AM) boston, via, ston ?9 iviiTt:v AND NEWPORT?Compose, of the following superior steamers, running in connection w itl the Stonington and Boston and Providence Railroads *.? .MASSACHUSETTS, Cant. Comstock. rhode island, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. N A RRAGA N8ETT. MOHEGAN. y One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays except ed) from Piex No. 1, Battery Place, N. River, at i P. .M. B ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, am f Kinniugton aud Newport, aw.t Friday fu it Stoiiington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tues , day mid Thursday for Stonington, and Saturday for Stoning i ton, Ne*vjioit and Providence. r Passengers, on the arrival of tlie steamers at Stonington, wil Ik- immediately forwarded ill the splendid and coinmodioii' Cars of the Hailroad to Providence and Boston, and if foi New port will proceed ill the steamer Mohcgau (ill superior order) from thence at t; o'clock tin* following morning, thai 1 giving them an op|K)rtuu!ty of a night's rest oil hoard the steamI er Massachusetts or Rhode Llaud, and then breakfast on board the Mohegan. The alio*e steamers have been thoroughly equip|ied and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort ami security of passengers, and not surpaesed .by any in the United States. | For |>assage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, t apply on board, at north side of pier No. I, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. i Tickets for the route anil steamers'berths can be secured on . board, or at the office of 1IARNDEN St CO., No. 3 Wall street ITT"On and after the loth inst, freight will not lie received and forwarded after half-past 4 P. Si. inflfim* in ' REGULAR OPPOSITION FOR IK >sI V-i? TON, via NEWPORT AND PROVI^ H I>KN< K?Fare to Boston $2 .'?0; Dtck $1 5<>; p no charge lor B nh*. New|?ort and Providence SI; Deck 60 eta. The lant sailing ntcamboat <'URTIS PKCK, Captain Win. H. Peck, leave* Catharine Market slip, Ka?t River, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply oik board, oi to A. I). PKf K, i0!t South *t. au5 lm*m : PARE REDUC ED MM* BRIDGEPORT r AND NORWALK?Landing at Bdden's l< iif t<i MiiilffpDnrf i'? Fare to Nnrwalk, I21^cts. Fare to New Haven, 73 cents. The steamboat MUTUAL SAFETY leaves Libartv street Pier every morning, Sunday excepted, at 6 o'clock, for BridgeI<ort and Nnrwalk, touching at Beldmi's Neck, running in connexion with tint Housatouic Railroad. Returning, I?mtm 1$rnl?'%i <>rt at half-past I t*. M., or on tli* arrival of the can. New Haven I.ine?Statin leave Bridgeport immediately on the arrival of the boat. The distance is IA mile*, with fine roads and a beautiful country. Fare to New Haven 7J rents. Office foot of Lilierty street. j> 18 I in * re URIAH GREGORY, Agent. NEW YORK AM) KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. aG\ Fur Kingston, and Delaware and ITidNoii (F-- -jJ*l anal?steamboats EMERALD and NORThe EMERALD,' aptain John Ketcham, w ill leave New Vork, foot of Murray street, every Monday ami Thursday at 5 o'clock, P. M. Will leave Kingston (Rondont landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at I o'clock, P. M. The NOKWK II, t attain John Samuel*, will le.iuc New i York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 1 5 o'clock, P. M. i Will leave Kingston (Romlont landing) every Tuesday and i Friday at 3 o'clock, I'. \1. 1 EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leav? the foot of Murray street fvery I Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at , 4 o'clock same day. For freight or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, bARLOW 8UO? a21 3m?r lf>4 West street. 1 Zan ~stafkn Tsi;\niFfe rirv'" nnTt 1 &=Jsr?3*OF WHITEHALL ST.-The steamboats ~ W tP STAT KN ISLANDER and SAMSON will run as follows until further notice Leave New York S. 9, 10, II, I, 2, 3%, 5. 6, 7. Leave Staren Island ft, 9, 10, II, 1, 2, !, 5, 6, 7. Leave New York and Stateu Island every hour ?n Sunday. Stat'-n Island Ferry?foot of Whitehall street, to Clifton direct. The steamboat Hercules will leave New York2 P. M.? ('lifton. ,'i P. M. on Sunday, July 10th. I'. S.?Excursion to Fort Hamilton, Sunday* excepted.? Leave Fort Hamilton 712 A. M,, returning from New Vork, 3'^ P. M. jll r m/Hi staten isi,\\i) KEiiiiy -< ( ie nr 1 r. \i\ i nr. i/iinuMi o? i mil forth' r nniu'1", the 2 o'clock trip from Whitehall (the HTATF.N ISLANDKtt) will, after making tier ii m il landing* n( tlx1 <itur.niline anil Staplcton, pro< "mI (o the new wharf at < 11lion, near the Telegraph. TheSA.SlSON will leave < 'lifton wharf for the citv, at ijj. o'clock. On Sundays, the 2 o'clock trip from Whitehall will proceed direct to ( lifton, without touching at the (jiiarautine and Ntapleton, and t)i<- return boat will leave Clifton wharf at 6 o'clock r are 12Si cents. This arrangement will nfTord a delightful excursion to the Narrow*, aim nn opportunity of enjoying the sea breeze, so>nery anil prospect, for which that part of 8tat?ii Island is so celebrsted, with ample time for a rainble, anil bathing on tlte sea side. j 20 2wr .Mf) OA NKW M (It A N O F. M F. NT KIR SHRKWSBURY-Long Branch. Hs.,dy tvt rJ> ii....i. Ocean House and Katontown I.sliding The new Steamboat SIIRF.WhBURY, Captain John P. (orlies. will now run as follows, on and after riinrsday, 27th inst leaving New York, from the foot of Itohinson street, every Tueeday, Thursday, and Saturday, at in o'clock, A. \l. And Katontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at Ifl o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as ahnvn, weather permitting, until further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Kan- KK rents. N II ?Stages will lie in attendance to convey passengers from the aforesaid landing places to any part of the county required. The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable. je|3r .MM jgft NEWARK AND NKW YORK Fare ' A. ,.le.nily 121 a Cents !?The sulenilid steamer PASjC___2Sl?JI-.s A |C, after .lune Ath, will run as follows:? Leave the foot of Barclay street. New Vork, at 10 A. M., and 4 P. M. Leavea the foot of Centre Street, Newark, at 7li A. M., and and P. M. The accommodations both for passengers and freight have been i;really improved. Freight carried at very low rates. alAGmr ? ? ? ?i It A MII.TOM lint '?! VoHT II \ M A^THLCyplt.TON. Tlv Hte?mbo*t. STATKN ? <F 1X1 A Mllt'H .,n,| SAMPSON will run evtry dav (llumlfiyi rK-ei'twl) Muring the union *? follows!? Leave Kort lumillon ?t 7). A. M.. SMI'I 4l< P. M. New Yoik, Whitehall f)ork,*t J'i T. M. Tlii? arrangement m-xv I* relied on u ptmUMMlC, M It* eontinimnre will not on ?ny contingwiey. JIJ 3mr __ jlOCKAWAY AND NEW YOKK ?-fm 8TAOE?Will nin m follows on mul after SiltxaxliA1'- '"'y '"h j?*t. I.eave Rockaway at # A. M.( I'uT >e ? I ~, K, returning leave the Wwerly Homo, Broadway at 3l4 1- M.for Hockiway, by way ol South Kerry IWnger. W??M ,h"r >>*"*? at I", VX"C' luallv callM lor hy H&NIIY ( 0NKL1", auj lm*r Proprietor. IER A: 1843. P. I tl?r I'liait 111 x Hank KiuiuIm The trial of William Wyman, late President of ^ | the ]'hu;nix l'ank, (or embezzling th?* funds of the bank, commenced at Concord on Tuesday. The I indictment contains eighteen county ten of which j are against Mr. Wyman anil Thomas Brown, Jr., cashier, as principals, and eight against William II. Skinner, merchant, as accessory before the fact. Daniel Webster and Franklin Dexter are counsel ^ for Wyman, and KulusChoate and Sidney liartlett [ j lor Brown and Skinner. For the prosecution, AsahI el Huntington, attorney fur the second district. ,, We copy the proceedings Irom the Boston I'ott : ? The ball was set in motion by Mr Huntington, ' who moved that the defendantsshould be arraigned. \ Mr- Bartlett suggested a delay in the arraignment, r and said that thu counsel lor the defendants had it v in contemplation to submit a written motion (or 1 separate trials; but they would not be prepared to submit this motion till after dinner. Mr. Huntington replied (hat the motion might be < entertained in the afternoon, notwithstanding the - arraignment, of which lie egreed to take no adndvantaae. i- Mr Dexter said that there was yet another motion, which the counsel tor the defence intended to ; make, viz., that the attorney lor the commonwealth shoula be required to specify in advance the counts in the indictment which he proposed to rely on. 'f The court then, to save time, ordered the indictment to be read, and allowed the defendants to sus pend pleading to it until the motions suggested had , been made, heard, and decided upon. r | The clerk, Elias Phinney,then proceeded ! to read the indictment, the first count of which al\ leges the felonious taking and stealing of no less than lour hundred and fifteen thousand dollars, i r Without calling upon the defendants to plead, the court adjourned till after dinner. The reading of the indictment, in which similar alleg*tions were . reiterated eighteen times ?ver, was considerable of j a bore. I think it strange in this age of legal re's form, that the legislature has not passed a law pr?J vidmg that in all cases where an indictment exceeds two pages of foolscap in length, it shall he composed r in verse and set to music. In capital cases, a dead march would answer. In bank cases, "Take your time, Miss Lucy," would be very apropos. In the afternoon, Mr. Bartlett, for Skinner, read 1 | an application for a separate trial, supported by an j affidavit made by Skinner, setting forth that he has ' counsel entirely separate from Wvlnan ; that there y are counts in the indictment (the 3d and 4th) which .. do not refer to him; that evidence must and will be > admitted on the said counts naturally calculated 10 ? unjustly prejudice him in the minds of the jury; and further, that the respective defendants have separate and distinct defences. The affidavit concludes by a declaration, that the defendant does not in tend to use either of his co-defendants as a wite ness. ? The force of the defendant's claim to a separate trial will be understood by a reference to the 3d y and 4th counts, charging Wyman and Brown with ' embezzling #50,(100, but not charging Skinner as , accessory. Mr. Bartlett supported his motion by citing authorities. and pointing out the peculiar hardbhipol unit ing Skinner with the other defendants. In rising to reply, Mr. Huntington stated that he1 i had secured the assistance on beiiall of the prosecu- i tion of Daniel Wells, commonwealth's attorney for the middle district. He then proceeded to show that the court and counsel could so present, analyze and apply the different points of the evidence, as to enable the jury to distinguish what portion was per- ' tinent and applicable to each particular individual's ; case. i The Court intimated that there was some weight i in the suggestion ot the defendant, growing out ot the third ami fourth couuts. Mr. Huntington then proposed to nol.prog. those counts, hut the Court declined to allow the case to proceed any farther until all the defendants had . pleaded, after which the pending points could be decided. . Alter the delay of a minute or two, the defend-j r ants.ihen severally pleaded "not guilty," in the or- , der in which they are named in ?h?- indictment. The third and fourth counts were then abandoned J by Mr. Huntington. I Mr. Wells opposed the application for severance, ' and asserted that the grounds relied on by the de[ fendant were by no means novel in cases where ! i more than one person was impleaded, and that, in [ : the course of his practice, such grounds had not ; been held to be sufficient. Mr. Choate referred to the preliminary examma- j tiona before the magistrates in Charlestown, last | fall, as furnibhing absolute, overwhelming proof j that Mr. Skinner's defence must depend on widely different evidence from'that upon which the other defenoants rely; and also that the evidence against the defendants was totally diflerent as to time, cir cuinstances, and character. They are three dis tinct classes ot individuals?one a presiding, discretionary officer; the other a recording,certifying officer, and the other a borrower, and each touched the property at diflerent and distinct stages, if either of litem touched it at all. Mr Dexter said that he himself and his colleague, Mr., counsel for Mr Wyman, were desiri ous that Skinner's application should prevail, asihe separation would enable Mr. Wyman to present his | case with greater perspicuity and simplicity to the 1 jury. Mr. Webster referred to the practice of giving in- | I dependent challenges in capital trials, wh^re there 1 1 is more than one defendant. Now in the case at | 1 I the bar, the defendants have no right to challenge j I npromitfArilu Lnf t>ui li mnu fihallfnirp (nr pniiup utwl I practice in England, that no man should he lu re |>u( , in jeopardy o! nislile and liberty, or character, with . ^ out the most rigid adherence to the established forma of law. He denied that the defendants had no master* or overseers. The directors of the bank stood in that relation , towards them, and had the power to make or un- f make them, and were sworn to watch the manner | in which they discharged their duties. Mr. web- t| ster spoke at considerable length on the point of j, duplicity in the indictment, and with great clear- ! J , ?... ...u; .... ..UU.:v , <ll|U one defendant may have cause to challenge a juror who might be quite acceptable to the other defendants, or one of them. Hie Honor the Judge, said he was considerably impressed with the Kuggestion, that great injustice might en.-ue to Mr. Skinner, if he was not severed in the trial. Now if there is obvious danger that : the delencesof the defendants will conflict, the argument of inconvenience from the loss of time, dcc., was not entitled to much weight. He bel ieveJ that from the nature of the case, as far as it whs indicated in the indictment, such a conflict, or jostling in the defences would be likely to occur. This could not be without working injustice in some quarter, and for that reason, Hnd that alone, he would allow the motion. His honor then directed the clerk to empHiinel a jury to try Wymanand Brown, but Mr. Dexter objected to tin call until the attorney for the prosecution had elected 1 upon which counts to try the defendants. He charged that by adding count upon count, the dis trict attorney had, in effect, evaded the statute which provides that in trials for embezzlement evidence of acts done more than six months belore the finding of the indictment shall not be admitted. Mr. Hnntington replied, that the whole stries ol j fraud* constituted but one continuous, stupendous transaction, and that evidence to prove one instance f had a just tendency to explain the criminal motives j of the parties in other instances. Mr. I)exter, in his reply, cited n host of authorities, growing out of similar ommbua caw, chiefly of embezzlements of servants from masters, and agents from principals. Mr Huntington in reply pointed out the natural and important difference between a mere corporate institution, ana a person, as a master or principal ? I The officers indicted were the eyes, the mind ol f < ! the bank. The bank possessed no faculties by j whirh it miild annprviop thp rnr.flnrt nt thnup nlfi. cers. The officers alone possessed the means ol explaining the transactions, and the government had called upon them to do so. Common sense pointed out the distinction which thus existed between men J and corporation* ; in short, Mr. Huntington demon- t strated that " corporations are bodies without t i souls," hut he did not exactly say so. ; He was followed on the same side by Mr. Wells. who maintained, from analogy, that distinct and n separate larcenies might be proved under an indicti inent like the one before the court. In this case * all that is charged, is, that the defendants had ta- ? ken all the money ot the bank. The money was [| certainly all gone, and it disappeared while it was tl in the keeping of the defendants. Now the govern- t ment surely may prove that a portion was taken at 11 one time and portions at other times, and hence the J particular Irame of the indictment. He did not ( think the ligid rules of the English practice, justified | by her sanguinary criminal code, were applicable . I to the administration of the law in our courts. Mr. B?rtiett,for Brown, insisted that he could not < be called upon to answer to independent felonies in | one indictment. Mr. Webster, for Wyman, m untamed that the constitution of the State, adopted in 1780, expressly J protected defendants, under criminal charges, in ! I matters of form; it was intended, lar beyond the < LD. I'rtru Twit Tent*. netw, bat, Irom it-4 nature, the whole discussion I must be necessarily void of interest to the general reader. In fart, the counsel for the '-Jovernment liave admitted that the general rule is in favor ol the objection taken by the other side, but they claim that the peculiar transactions involved in this case I create an exception. Without deriding die points, the Court, rexervinK the question, directed the empannelling the jury to be proceeded with,and it was inquired of them individually whether they stood disinterested, indifferent ami unprejudiced. The Court then adjourned. Important Pcikntifio Discovkry in Spafi*.?We translate the following important article Irom a Madrid paper of the 1 Ith June, in relation to a newdijcovery lor propelling vessels:? " We inform the public that we have seen the model ot a new invention for nronellinc shins, bw Mr. Andres l/.n, and which has been constructed by means furnished by our institute here, for promoting mechanic ll inventions. The one alluded to is unquestionably highly important, Irom the immense locomotive nower allied by hand, through the agency ot an endless chain attached to wheels of twenty j and thirty feet diameter, according to the depth of water and height ol the vessel; it is demonstrated j that the power of one man thus applied, is equal to j that of six horses in steamers?it is shown that foar i portable wheels can be easily applied to a ship of war of three or four hundred men, possessing thus a tremendous locomotive power by the principle in question; the same is applicable to merchantmen without extraordinary hard work. A most glaring revolution in navigation has been attained by Mr. Iza, but he requires the support of the whole antioa that his invention should not be usurped by toregnere, as has happened with steam power." We, Yankees, had better take care, or those Spanish philosophers will get ahead. TiikHiipi'oskdPiratk.?Thomas Coffee who was i arrested by Nixon on suspicion of being the PiraW* Webster, was yesterday examined at the-Police Ofj lice. We give the annexed statement of that examination from the Citizen, concurring fully in the opinion, that though some of the circumstances attending the movements of this Coffee are alittle suspicious, there can scarcely be a doubt that he is not Webster:? The principal witness in the case was William Sterling, who testified that this man, wliojgave his name as Thomas Coffee, came to his office in New York a few days since in company with two others, to engage a passage to Buff alo. But they had no monrv, and he could not send them on unless they would leave baggage enough lor security. They thenwentaway Coffee came back the next day and offered to leave a chest of carpenter's tools in security for Ins passage to Buffalo, and In consequence received a ticket and was sent on. A lew minutes after he was gone, Sterling heard that two seamen had been arrested, charged with piracy, and gubsequenily learnt that one of them certainly, and he believed both,'were the persona who were with Coffee the day he first solicited a passage to Buffalo Officer Nixon testified to the circumstances of the arrest anu ueuineo conversations nr iiau uuu wun the prisoner. Among other things the prisoner said lie had never solicited passage to Buflalo at Sterling's effiM. The account which the prisoner gave of himself was, that he shipped on hoard of the brig Margaret, of BOMOD. at Pictou, and came to Fall River in th?t vessel as seaman and carpenter. He, in com|<any j with two shipmates, It It the vessel there and proj ceedeil via Providence and Stonington to N. York. He was questioned close by the I'istrict Attorney 1 and the court, but hist story was a straight one, and I his answers direct. He was detained for further examination, on the ground that in consequence ?f the importance of the case, and the enormity of the crime tor which he was arrested on suspicion, as well as the fact that he was seen in company with one of the fellows who has since been identified as j one of the pirates and murderers ; together with the circumstance tfiat he had a chest of tools and a trunk of clothing which corresponds with the published accounts in relation to the case, it were proper tlut he should remain in custody until witnesses and the necessary information could be procured trom New York. Thegrundaof suspicion are somewhat strong, but there is no evidence of his guilt whatever. We are of opinion that a full examination will result in his discharge.?Albany Eve. Jour. flcf~ The Madisonian says information has been received at the Departmental >tate at Washington, from Kamrn Leon Sanchez, Esq , U. States Consul at Carthagena, New Grenada, that, by a law of the Congress of New Grenada, bearing date the 2 fih of April last, sanctioned by the Executive on the first of May last, granting certain exemptions to the city of Carthagena, it is provided, t)l!it from the 1st iluv lit Kenlemher 1R1.T In the 3ler of Aumift, 1H53, all the wheat Hour imported for the exprees consumption of the city shall be free of importation and alcahala duty, which is equivalent to $4 84 per barrel lest* than that article pays at present, which is 20 per barrel. The flame lnw provides that all vessels, foreign and nntional, coming direct to the port of Carthai;i*nn af ter the said 1st of September. 1843, and for rhesame period above stated, shall be exempt from l>.lying tonnage duty, entry and anchorage. All other |>ort charges will be exacted as heretofore. C( )NFKCTK >XKK V CREAMS, ICES, JELLIES, -Vc. fee. Arc. WHOLESALE A Nl> KK.TAIL, *t It.iUicod Pric?, ?t 7J ( anal street?JOHN HRADkN.ithf well known pro rietor of tlie above old establishment A>r the l ist ten years, trateful for tpatronage hitherto received from his friends, iiid desirous to merit a continuance of it, respectfully informs hem and the nublic/(enerally that he is now ready to supply amities and dealers in the city and country, with confectiolery, in all its branches, in inch quantities as they I* ploased o order, always provided (hey keep within the bounds of < >ssihility. The extent and elegance of his saloons for the reception of 'ompany to which is attached a private saloon (up stairs) eiiressly for the use of families, together with the acknowledged minority of his < reams, Jellies, Ices, Confectionery, and re'reshments generally, are too well known and too generally appelated to require commendation by advertisement. By maintaining for his establishment the superior reputation which he his at threat pains and expense built up for it.he hopes o secure a continuance of the extensive patronage tie has hereof#re be*n favored with, and give the name universal satislac* ion to all who favor him with their custom. (reams, Jellies, and I< es, in forms, at tis per (juart. Orders *ent to any part of the city free of expense. jy9 lin'ec ________ PHILADELPHIA DAGUERREOTYPE ESTABLISHMENT EXCHANGE BllLDING, ROOMS 26 St 27. HMIK. Siih*<'ril>?r<. hafini; nrocnrwl th>- Agency lor tli?* w>l? ?f 1 VOIGTANDKR'S i)A<HEKREOTYPE APPARATUS, cuiutriictPil according to Profawor I'mol'l calculation, lmv? on liamt Urgr a*w>rtin?it of Ap|<nratii>, an<l *m?u well as amateur* ol'th*ir art. wishiiik to procure a good au paratua, wil 1 find it to their advantage to procure instrument* of this construction. They also have lately itn|>orted a larre quantity of (tcriimn and French plate*, and all the chemicals used in their art, which th?y warrant ill every reaprct, an they art- in hI* to their onlrr. Polishing subatancm, ami morocco i-a.Mn, mill til nwwiry material* p? ?old on the mo?( reasonable terms. The following gentleman have agreed (o act as their agents, vir:? K. While, K?j., 17} Broadway, N. V| P. Haaa, haq., Washington, I). ('. Dr. A. ? as pari, Richmond. Va. P. I.aurnis, Ksq.. Mavannah, <?a. William We?t, Kaq. Cincinnati. Ohio. All communication* (i??t paid) ami order*. accompanied with remittances, will be promptly attended t.>. and should be lirect'd to \V' & F. LANfiKNHfcLM, m*r Ktrhanifr HmMniic. Phila. GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN FRICTION MATCHES. ANF.W MITH'LF. OF MATCIIKS, without brimitonn or my other offensive quality, and actually- waterproof, ha* stely been patented hi letter* patent ol the United State* in avornl'the inventor. W. K. Aahard, and it* now mannfaciired and offered to the public by th- proprietor* of said p?,Ht ill No Ml Bleaker stn*t, New Yorfc, where all who wish o purrhaae K?od inatche* are invited to rail and prove them Vml all |?r*ons whatever ire hereby notified of the said patent ml w arned not to violate or infringe upon the same in ?uy nanner, lest they incur the i<enaltirs of tlie law in such cases These matches ignite with ease and certainty in all weather* nd climates, and burn with a brilliant flame ; and if placed m vertical position, will continue to burn long enough to seal 'veral letter* with wax. They may lay immersed in water for our* md day*, and it is believed even for week* and wh?n taen out and dried, will ignite and burn aa belbre. Three qnaliies of these matches are made and sold as above, namelv?No. , Kxtra anil Perfumed. The latter are agreeably seemed and t for ladies' toilets. Kxporters, segar smoker*. housekeej?r*. nil all who use matches, will readily perceive how decided the dvantage possessed by these over all other*. >rders aud communications to he addressed to . (J. BOWKN. No 161 Bleeker ?t. Jv*2l lm*r Agent for the HateBfrya and iWanmacimw. IN X >K-!CEEF1N( | THOMAS JONKS, Arroiinwnt, 1*1 Broadway. ?ontintuv I rtirotmhoi.t th.- SiiminT month* to rr<f it. [>u|>il? who are 'rnrtirilly anil thoroughly in?friirt#il mi In# various dutwa of hr ilrak. Privet* l#a.on? ai* *i*?t *" > l:r"wrc"-t , ? Piihliali-il tntl lor hv (lw author a* a bote- Jo?? a Prin inlea antl l*racli<-P of BookkwiMiW, H?o. SI M. rim work laa Ix-mi adoptml in muiv ol ili? nr?i A<ad>-inie institution! 111 tin country, ami haa hen ns'iiMiOnil in England. for a irnopaia "I llm imi>ro??l method of lung. ait. 2 Hunt's kUrrlianl'a M?*a*in?, l?rc. ISI2 V*c??Mnt vif*nip?Areottnti ?djn?t*d in e%aes of Hupnta, litiat ion, inaolefiicy or death. Bonks opened or balanced. *.1 fm*rc SHIRT MANUFACTORY, AND OFN'TLF. MEN'S Kl'RNfSHINiJ STORK, MAIDKN LANK.-vJiiu received the l.?tent wd moat 'y appmred French pattern *hirta. A |p-ti^rnl aafnrtrnent ol liru, under garments, hoaiery, i ra*?ta, handkarchiefa. aw. Nhirta and under garments made up to order and nyaired at IUIrt W',?r ? !.- 1(10 000 vkflllS M.tck U'd Ifght^njrja JJJW IK Ik. \VM lULLI^B, jy* 2*dv? r "?3J8

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