Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 12, 1843, Page 1

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# V % V TH Vol. IX.?fto. 41!).?Whole Mo. 3431. To the Public. THK NF.W YORK HERALD?daily newipapcr-rub lislied every day of the year except New Yeai's ?lay and Fourthof July. Price -J cent* per copy ?or $7 'iliperannutn? postages |>ai<]?caih in edvar.ee. THK WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday morning?price 8J cenl? i?er copy, or $3 19 per annum? pontugi-s paid?caih in advanco. ADVERTISERS are informed (hat the circulation ol the Herald i? over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increas ing fait. It hat the largest circulation oj any paper in Mil city, or the world, a nil is, therefore, the belt channel for bu tinese men in the city or country. Trice* moderate?cath in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate prices, and in the moit elegant styleJAMES GORDON BENNETT, PKOrftlKTOR OK TIIK HcRALn E ?T A II LISHMNIS'T, Northwest corner ol Kulton and Nassuu street*. AUKNTS, Ine following is a list of agvutsfor the Herald, where subscriptions will be received, and single numbers are found for sale:? Boston, Mass. Messm. Redding & Co. Philadelphia, Pa Messrs. Ziuber It Co. Baltimore, Md YVm Taylor. Washington, D. C Do. Buffalo, N. Y T. S. Hawks. New Haven, Conn T. H. Pease. Hartford. Coin J. w. Jh.ih. Albany, N. Y Geo. Jones. Troy, N. Y Levi Willaril. Lausineburgh, N. Y A. LewU. Newark, N. J .1)- Smith. Catnkill. N. Y H- Re we. 1'nekskill, N-Y ,T. Monkliouse. Sing Sing, N. Y 8. Baril. New Orleans, La.., . J.C. Moraran. Cincinnati. O Robert Carnaha-k. P?t?rson, N. J Matthew Doughr.it*. Rochester, N. Y A- Jones. Klizabethtown, N. J Samuel Crane. New Brunswick, N. J William Solomon, Rt. Louis, Mo .Woodward fc Mathews. Charleston, S C..... Amos Head. Hudson, N. Y .George Clare. Augusta, Oa S.A. Holmes. Mooile, Ala .M Botillemei Poughkecpsin, N. Y. Levi Smith. Trent?n, N.J J. Raunsley. Louisville, Ky .W. A. H&ldeman. Wheeling, Va K. C. Brnokman. Now London,Con 8. & O. Rogers. Utica, N. Y J. B.Loat Nashville, Tenn A. Billings. Syracuse. N. Y .James Rolwrtunn. Bridgeport, Ct S. W. Hatch. Ja<-k?on, MiM J. W. Clark. Vickahutg, Mis* Mi*. E. A- Parker. New Bciltoril. Mass A. Robinson. Providence, R. I., .John Green. Worcester, Masa L- Thompson. Nanturket. Mars J. P. llusscy. {&- Yearly subscription to tlic Daily Herald, $7 28, andfor a shorter period at the same i?to. The Weekly Herald, BRITISH AND NORTH A MERIC AN ROVAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 ton* and 41ft horse power each. Appointed by the Admiralty to sail tietweeu Liverpool and Buston, calling at Halifax to land and receive Passeilsengcr.. and Her Majeaty's Mails. HIBERNIA, Captain Charles II. K. Jiidkins. CALEDONIA, t aptani Edward O. Lott. ACADIA. Captain Alexander Ryrie, BRITANNIA, Captain Jotm Hewitt. Will sail for Boston via Halifax, From Bostow. From Liverpool. Aradus, Ryrie, 16th August. lOtli July. Hilienna, Jiidkins. lit Sept. 4lli August. Britannia. Lott, Ititli do 19th do Tlime slii|>s rarry exiierieneed surgeons, and are supplied with Franees' Patent Life Boats. Passag#Io Liverpool $120?To Halifax $20. No Ix-itlis securwl until paid for. for passage apply to D. BRIOHA M. Jr.. Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall *t., New Vork. DRAFTS ON ENGLAND. IRELAND, Sir.?Persons about remitting money to their sytitLMnjUh/tei friends in the "old country," can he sii|>plied willi Drafts, in sums of I, 2, 3,5,10, 20 ike ?40, or any Amount, payable on demand without discount or any other charge, at the National Bank of 1 I I I? : 1 ii. .1. -i- \< > ... ....... . I.M mqwi M 'UK, au., .uvxar*. .1 .init's i>ui(, DOR * ? n., Hanker*, London, 1. Barned & Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, (ireenock Banking ' ompajiy, Sir Wm. Forbes Hunter It Co.. Scotland, and i|k brandies m every |<oat town throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will lie forwarded by the steamers Oreat Western or Ilibernia, by W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their fleneml Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, corner South at. N. H.?All letters from tlie country muat come poat |>aid. j> llr r CH n? a I TS ON ENGLAND, 1HKLAND, ^nflaHV&c.?which can be aent by the steamship A<: AI)IA, sailing from Boston on the lbtli August. We have at all times for sale DrafU at light for any amount, drawn direct on the I loyal Bank of Ireland, Ptihlin. Also, on Messrs. Preacott, Orote, Ainea & Co., Banker*. London, which are |?id free of risk or any charge whatever in every Province and County, besides all the inland towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, thereby answering the same p?r|H>i* as Bank of England Notes. Apply to or address, if by letter, (post paid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO., 36 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. S.?R. B. fc Co., have a regular succession of first class shi|>s sailing weekly fro in Liverpool. Those sending for their relatives will find it their interest to have them bronchi out through us. One of our lirm, Mr. J.itnes I). Roche, is there to forward pusenjers with care and despatch. For passage apply as above, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 11 Ooree Piazzas, in'ir Liverpool. mtw LINE OF LIVBRTOOL PACKETS. To sail from New York on the Ulli and Liveri<ool on the 13th of each month. jlfj^ ilfiy ROM Nrw \ IIKK. Ship ROHCIUR, Captain John Collins. 2,'ith July. ship SIDDONS,< apt.lin A. B.Cobb, iiith Angust. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain F. A. Depeyster, 2ith Sept. ship (tARJtICK, Captain Win. Skiddy, 2jth October. From Livrnrooi.. Ship 8HER1DAN, Captain F. A. De|>eyster, 13th July. Ship liAIIKII'K, Cspt. Win. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSCH S, Captain John Collins, 13th September. Shit. SIDDONS, Captain E. I?. Cobb, I3lh October. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in tlie city of New York, with such improvements as combine gml speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $71. These ships arc commanded by experienced masters, who w ill make every exertion l? KIT)' general sal.isinci ion. Neither the captains or owners of tlie ships will lie r?s|>oiisiMi for any letters, parcels or packages sent by tliem, unless regular lull* of lading arc signed therefor. For freight or imssage apply to E. K. COLLINS & I O., 56 South St., New York, or to BROWN, SIIIPLKV Si CO., I l/ltm by lit? packfU will be chawed 12)^ <vnt? |**r singlr sheet , 3$ ewtjj na WW nipm i cent inch, j \: ee nil NEW LINK OF LIVERPOOL PA< KM s. iiftv ShN "-jffiggr-sii jgF* New ship QUEEN OK TIIK WEST, ( J!!!!' ^','7"b<r' I2J0 tons. rhilip P. WoodhouM. S 1st h May Ship ROCHESTER, R.'iO ton*. / John Britton. I **??? Ship HOTTINOUER, lOH ton., ) |?jj Nov.-ml?. Ira Burst l>, > 16th July. Those substantial, fast sailing, first clasa ships, all built in tin* city of Now#Vork, arc commanded by men of experience lunl ability, ami will lie dispatched punctually on tlie 16th of cacli month. Their cabin* arc elegant and commodious, and arc furnished w itli w listarer can conduce to the case and comfort of passengers. Neither the captains or owner* of these ships will be responsible for any parceh or rackagcs sent by them, unless regular tolls biding are signed therefor. For freight or passage ai<ply to VVOODITCLL SI MINTURNS, 117 South street, New Vork orto FIELDEN, BROTHERS & CO., ** * I. i vcr|K>ol OLD LINK LIVERPOOL PACKKTd 4m m. cI*HI-. OLD LI^T^M^ckcts for Liverimol will hen-alter he niling 'lay 'talis on Sunday, iiic ihipa'wifl Mil on the *iicce!'dinn day, vi*:? _ ? ? . ? prom New York. rrom Liverpool The CAMBRIDGE, (June I .Inly m B.W ton*, < Oct. I Nor. in W. C. Burrow,f Feb. I Mar. In The ENGLAND, V '???'* '*> 7 7AO toil*, \ Oct. m Dec. 7 8. Barllelt, ( Feb. in April 7 The OXFORD, \ July I An?. in Hon ton*, ] Nov. I Dec. in J. Rathhone, f March I April in TV MONTEZUMA, iJnly in Sept. 7 1000 tons, < Nov. IS J?n. 7 A. II. Lowber, f Marrh 19 May 7 Tlie EUROPE, \ Aiiii. I ?ei'?- ^ til* ton*, < Dee. I Jan. in E. O. Fnrher, f April I Slay 10 The NEW YORK, (new) i \ug. in (Vt. 7 n? ton*. < Dei;. It) Feb. 7 T. I?.''ropper.f April in June 7 The SOUTH AMERICA,1 i Sept. , Oct. I!? (i ill (on*. i Jan. I Keh. I K. (t. Bailey, ( May | .1 in The I OLUMBU8, i Sept. m Nov. 7 THO tmn, . < Jan. in Mar. 7 O. A. I'ole,( May III .Inly The*e ?ht)M are not *tirpa.s?ed in point of elegance or cnmfor' in their cabin accommodation*, or in tlieir fa?t nailing iJMalitiei by any v**el? in the trade. The commander* are well known a* men of character and experience, and the strictest attention will alway* he paid to promote the comfort and convenience of paaaciiKcr*. Punctuality, a* regard* the day of sailing, will be observed a* heretofore. The priee of jiatsage outward i* nOw lined at S<'venfy-Kive iirovidi'd, willi ihr exception of winm mid Inpiors, wliich will [>? liirnistird by th?> ?t?wnrd?, if rf<jniivd. ?. Nnlhi-r iIn> capuin or own?r* of thw *liip? will b* mpon*ihlc l?r .my l'?ier?, twin-el,, or iwrkaiiiM mm? liy thrm unlit* rriciinr oilU oriadiiiK are siirnnl ihiT'ior. For frriuhl or p*?. fuse, apply to JWODIWK k < (?, r.l Sonlli ?t. , /? 'i.W.AHHHAM,. 3* Burling .lin. N. Y. and of BARlNtJ, BROTHkllS k CO., L^ol. i Jy 13 ] sl i , ^sssBssmmmesssssssE E NE NE"V TAPSCOTTS (JKNKKAL PASSAGE OFFICE, ? PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. jffijV i ^ '" "Z* l>?c r i In-r* be# to call thn attention ol their friend* an.l the public generally, to tlnir .superior arrangements for bringing out Iia.,?,-iu;rr? from, anil remitting money to any |*irt of r.iiglind, Ireland, Scotland or Walw>, in the magnificent pack ft ?lii|w, comprising tlie " NLVv LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:? ?!?!! "'i'S. Cajit. Cotlin*. SI>11 8IDDON8, Captain Cobb. Sli||i SHERIDAN, ' iptain De|*y?tw. Ship UAH Hit K, (amain Skid.ly. New sliip HOTTiNGUEK, Captain Unruly. Sliip SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodhoua*. Ship ROCHESTER. Captain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL. Captiin K.ldredjn*. Sailing twice every month ; and with the " UNITED LINE," continued of ?iii>erior lirst clas* American ship*, nailing every ten d^js, will make live shi|>s in each month throughout the year, (or one every aii days) thereby preventing the poaaibility oi unnecessary (intention. Passage* dirfct from London, Bristol and Greenock to New York. Alio from LnerjH>?>| to New Orleans Mobile, 8a\ uir.ah Charleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the various port* in British North America, can at all tine* he en^upd "i > 'i mins. Persons wishing to Betid for their friends, will not fail to see the advantage* to be derived from selecting this line ill preference to any other, and they may rmt assured that unusual care w ill he taken to make the passage agreeable, the ships being titted up with an eye solel) t<? the comfort of rawtnfrri In all cases where theparties sent for dncliue coming, the money will be refunded without any deduction, as usual. A free passage from the various seajMjrU of Ireland and Scotland, can ,ilvu be Mewed The regular jmckets for which the subscribers are agents, sail as follows, vir. :?To and from London on the 1st, It), and 201 h oi each month. To and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th. Kith, 19th, and 26th of each inouili. New Orleans, Mobile, savannah, and Charleston, weekly throughout the season. UKM1TTANCKS. Persons in the country w ishing to send money to their friends by iwiMipi the ram they wish sent, with the name aJid ad* dress of the )>arties to receive, it, may rely ?tn a draft for the amount being forwarded |?er first packet, after the receipt thereof and an acknowledgement for the same returned |?er mail. Oralis at sight, for any amount, are payable on demand, without discount or any other charge, at the National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and branches, Kastern Bank of Scotland, w,?r.i.M ?, aim Hirir uranciie*, Messrs. .J.lllH'S lilllt. Soil & Co. Bankers London Kxelian*e, and Discount Bank, Liverpool and in every principal town of Great Britain and Ireland. Further particular niado'known on application, if by letter, post paid, to W.r& J. T TAPSCOTT. d5y r 43 IWk Slip, corner South *t I'ASSAi.K KROM ORP.AT I1HIT,\IN AMI 11!' " 1) BY TUf. BLACK BALL OH OLD LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th anil 10th of every mouth.] Persona wi.hing to neiid to tin- Old Country lor tlnir friemU ran make tin* necessary arrangements with the subscriber*, and have thein eoine out in thi* superior Line of Packets, Sailing from Liverpool punctually on the 7th anil 19th of every month. They will also nave a first rati' class of American trr.iliiiK ships, sailing every six (lays, thereby aHordiug weekly roinmunication from that port. One of the firm (Mr. .lames D. Roche) is there, to see that they shall be forwarded with care and (leupntch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will lie returned to those w ho paid it here, without any reduction. Th? Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Slops, viz The OXKORl), Tlw NKW YORK, CAMBRIOGE, COLUMBUS, EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NOKTH AMERICA. With such superior and unequalled arrangement*. the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which has been extended lo them so many years, for which the}- are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, ran at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland. Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOTT, UROTE, AMKS k CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid oil demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, iu all the ininripal towns throughout Euglaiid, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (i?f by letter. post paid.) ROCTIE, BROTHERS & CO. ;? Fulton stri-et New York, licit door to the Kiillon Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and I'Jtli of encli month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort anil advantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, iu preference to auy other. <127 r JOHN HI:ROMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED" EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. tUSKKGDLAll LIN " UK PACKKTOHTTO.Cl Southrtrcet! New York. PASSAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, by tlw* regular lwcket ships, Hailing on the 1st. 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th of phcIi month to and from Liverpool and to ar.d from Londou 1st, 10th aud 20th of each month. The subscriber has made unequalled arrangements to bring out emigrants, and can, with great confidence, assure those persona sending lor their friends, thai errry dm and diliMtat* teution will he shown them, aud *11 ? ho emhai U with them Passage can iliobc engaged from Liverpool direct lo New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to the different ports of the British Provinces, at the lowest t i: With those arrangements, together with the advantage which his Liverpool correspondents possess, tie jug large ship owners, and extensively engaged iu the freighting business detfiatchiug yearly ?t least 100 first class ships from Liverpool to the va rous , ports of the United States, with freight and passengers. The facility offered by this fttahlishmeiit is tins misused, and from lie- hige nninliei of first class .slops euil>lo\ed in the line there can be no detention whatever, which will he guaranteed. The l?rice of |>assage will be at the lowest rates, aud should any of those* sent for decline coming, the passage inouev will be as customary,refunded. The steamboat fare from the different |N?rt* to Liverpool can. as usual. l?e secured. JOHN IIKKDMAN. 61 South st, N Y. or J. W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants aud ('.migrants4 Agents, No. 16 Goree Piacsas, Liverpool. DRAFTS AND KXCIIANGK. The Subscriber requests the attention of those remitting mo aey to their friends to bis enennallcd arrangements for the p?vnk iit of his drafts on demand, without discount or any charge whatever. at the followiug Hanking Institutions, vir. :? IN F.NGLAND?Messrs. James Bull, Sou & Co., Bankers London. Messrs J. Barnard & Co., Exchange aud Discount Bank, Liverpool. National Provincial Bank of England, ami Branches throughout England and Wales. Yorkshire District Bank and Branches. Birmingham Banking Co. Lancaster Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Greeuock Banking Co. in Glasgow and K.asfrn R.vik of Scotland and Branches. IRKLAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. Amogli Cork Kuiiis Mallow Athlonc Carlow F.nniskilleii Mouevmore Ballina I'ltin Oalway Omagli l)cl f??t < adenine Kilkenny Parsonstown Bainhridge ( cot.'lull Kilrusli Sligo Hull y men* Dulilin Londonderry Strabane Bind.hi Downpatrirk Largen Tralee Ballyihaniion Dunganiiou Limerick Waterford Clonmel Dtingarron Monaghau Y'oughall National Bank of Ireland. Billinalov Castlebar Moat* Tip|>erary > Banagher Knniscorthy Neuali Tuam Boyle Fermoy New Hosi Tlmmastown (.oilier _ ( alway itoscra* Tralee Carrirk on Sair Kanliirk Roscommon YVestjiort Castlerea Longford Wrilonl f'harlcsvillrt Longhrea Tallow Wiokluw Clonmel Micnaelstown Tliurle# N. B.?In addition to the Liverpool and London imckcts, the subscriber is also agent for the regular pai kits sailing we. Ul\ Iroin New York to New Orleans, .Mobile. Charleston, and Savannah, by which passage can lie seemed at the lowest rates. JylS-tf JOHN HKKDMAN. MAltSEIIXKS LINK OF PACKETS. m. m. m. The undermentioned hips will he regularly <h spatclieTlroin hence Hill from Marseilles on the Ut of each month during the year:? _ _ From New York. Marsnillcs. 1 COl'lllKR. 1'apt, Duggan. .lime I. Aug. I TRKSC OTT, Capt. Myrick, July I. Sept. I I HKLLK8PONT, Capt. Adams, Aiik. I. Oct. I CORIOLANCS. Capt. Ilailc, Sept. I. Nov. I H'KY THOMPSON,Capt.S> Wester, Oct. I. Dec. I Tlioy are all co|i|* i I and coppei fastened, and have cM?|lcnt i accommodations lor passengers. 1 The price of cabin passage will lie Sinn, exclusive <if wine* i and liquor*. Goods addressed to the agents, BOYD fci HINCKKN. will ' lie forwarded five of other charge* than thoie actually paid. < For freight or iiatiage apply to BOYD & UINCKKN, Agent*, No. 9 Tontine Buil<Ung?, or ' 8. BROOM k CO., I m20r H'3 Front street. _____ LOVISIANN'A AND NKW YOllK LINK OF PACKKT8 , Ml & M. M.' hoi the better accoinmoiUtion of shippers, It is intended to | despatch a ship from this |Kirt on tin' 1st, Sth, 10th, 1Mb, 20th, and 2.'?th of each month, commencing the 10th Octolier and continuing until May, when regular days will be appointed lor the | remainder of the year. whereby great delajs and disappoint- i menu will lie prevented daring the summer months The fol- > lowing ship* w ill commence this arrangement: < Ship YAZOO. Captain Cornell. ' Ship OCONEE, < aptain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. I Ship I.MI' ISV I I.I.K, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPKARK, Captain Miner. Ship tiASTON, ( a|itaiu Latham. Ship IIUNTSVh.LK. Caotain Mumfurd. Sliip OCMULOKK, < aptain Lrovitt. Hliip NASHVILLK, Captain Dickinson, Hlijp MKMPHI8. Captain Knight. Ship LOITISA, aptain Mnlford. Tlie*c ?hi|? were all built in tin- city of New York. express- g ly for packet*, are of I mill draft of water, hare PPWntly hevn newly coppered and put in splendid order, Willi accoinmodationa for paavngers unequalled for comfort. Tliev are commanded by experienced mauler*, who will make every exertion to give genera] _ satisfaction. They will at all times la' towed up anil down the Mississippi by steamboat*. i rlfljher the owner* or captains of time ?hi|<* ? ill be respon- i sihle for jewelry, bullion, precious stows, silver or plated wan-, or for any letters, parcel or |>acka^c, sent ny or put on hoard of i them, unless regular bill* of lading are taken for tlie same and i the value thereon expressed. For freight or iwssage, apply to K. K. ( OI-l.fNN 8c CO.. Vi South st? or I UI.LIMfc WoODRUkK. Agent in New Gilestis. who will promptly forward all goods to then address. The *liip* of this line are warranted to aail punctually a* id- , vertiv tl. ami car* will I* taken to Invr tin* coo<U correct* t ly measured. W j PATERSON HAILROAU. ' ? ',.tin IM' rMM v ' >n I On and after Monday, 17th July, the cars will leare Phtkksot* D?:ror Lr*\? Nrw Yo??. 8 A. M. > * Mnv ' "X P-,M. 4 P M. 4 ON SIAPAVS _ , , Lr*v? 1*atkr<on P?ror. L?atk Nr.w York. ' 7?A.T * A. M. i 4 F. M. 6 P. M. Transportation rar? ply daily (Humlavs excepted ) I'assen- \ revs are advised tu bi at the Kerry, foot ol t ourtlandt street, a ( law minutes bcftiu the statvd h'jurs of d?'|?rtuie. jylOlnn i W YO V YORK, SATURDAY I ? r n m e in. v tfawfc-, i.nn i S^fc <?;*,?, ww KOU ALBANY, TIIOV, Cllli A(i(l ,ml tl?- < ANADAH. The nulwcriheri having completed I lie1 armniicmeiitii with tlie Pitipk't UiH* of Him'iImwU, on (he Nortli lliver, and the I!.ill Ko.nl I'niiumiiin wi st ol' AIImmv fur running their Kiprvai for ihe season of 1813, au K*pre?i will leave Jlheir office, !Su. 3 Wall strict, New Vork, every evening, it i|uarte.r to 7 o'clock, for tin- above iianx'tl and intermediate place*. IMPORTANT. Kor tlif crcater safety anil security of all valuable ami money packages entrusted in tlu-ir can-, they have Saliimauder Iron Safes on board of the steamboats, in a strte room occupied cy ctnsivelv by themselvrs, and tlir messeiiKer in rliarge hWiw in tbe same room with the lion *afc? into which all inch iiadnaKes are placed. I'OMEHOY ?t COMPANY, ml ec No. t Wall ?treet. arsi-a." *A1?? KNULISII. FRKNI'll. BKLUIAN AND AMKKH AN KXPKK88, (iKNKIIM, KO|{ WARDING AND COMMISSION IIOl'SK. IIARNDEN CO. mil receive ami forward by fli**ir daily Kxprcss Cam, 8|**cie, Bank Notes, I'auk tgesand Parcels, to any part of the United States or Cauadas, and by (lie steamer* aud packets to any part of Kng laud, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium or France. Particular attentinn is paid to the pu rehase or sale of all description* of merchandise, collecting aud paving Drafts, Notes, and Bills, to the entry of merchandise at tin* Custom House, and to the genera} transaction of any and .ill kinds of forwarding and commission business. Bills of F.vcliange. in sums to suit, furnished on St. John, N. B., IIalifax, N. o., or ou any part of Kurope. All piods must he marked "Harden & Co." Foreign I'ost Office Letter Bags are made up for all the Koyal Mail Steamers from Boston, aud the steamer and sailing packets from New York. Principal office* aud agents:? Messrs. Wilmer ami Smith, 32 Church street, Liverpool, Kng laud. Messrs. Maclean, Maris & Co., 3 Ahehurrh lane, London. Mt'ssrs. F.memoii & Co., Paris and Havre. Sanimd llaight, Ks<j., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. J. and J. O. Woodward, St. John, N. B. A. \V. Godfrey, Halifax, N. S. J. (*. Woodward, New Orleans, La. Messrs. J. B. Sa/.erac & Co.. Havana. llarnden & Co. ft Court st., Boston. All goods must l>* marked "Harden & Co. N. B.?Harndeu St, Co. are alone responsible for the loss or injury of any articles, or property of any description committed to their care; nor is any risk assumed by, nor can any be attached to the New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, by which their crates are, "i nn be treaapprted;<toi tin New York, Providence, and Boston Hail road, or the Mostun ami Providence Itailroad Corporations, in resi*'Ct to their rontents at any time. iIARNDKN & CO., jy 12 r No. 3 Wall st., New York. - NEW YOTIK, SCHOOL KY'8 MOUNTAIN iWRWMF . .AM) K ASTON, v\SF'r\Mj y ja K. and Somervillo R. Road SBSHDESsES rorScnooley's Mountain, leave pier No. I iNorin river, i?t 8j?j> o'clock, M., dail y, (Sundays e* rented) by steamboat. I <? Klizabethport; or leave the foot of ( ourtland street at !) o'clock A. M., by N. J. Railrosd lo Fdizabethtown, thence connect with the cars for Soinerville coaches, theucs 20 miles to the Mountain?arriving early in the afternoon. For Kastou leave as above, proceed bv railroad to Soinerville, coaches from thence (only 31 miles) arriving in Kastou at 0 o'clock. This route,'on account of the short distance by coaches, making it by far the most pleasant and ex|?editions, commends it elf to public patronise Mr* *anderaon, the proprietor al So* merville, Ims provided himself with carriages ;unl horses to accommodati piii He punts >\ 11 h extras at the shortest notice, and on reasonable terms. i For seats apply lo 11. D. Hope, Merchant.1 Hotel, 41 Court- I land st. Passengers from Philadelphia to Hclioolev's IMoimtani \% ill ] leave Philadelphia at 7 o'clock, A. M., by New York nil road line to New Brunswick. Splendid coaches from thence, arriving at the nu inn 11ii early same afternoon. 3 ra' i SUMMER AB RANGEMENT. NEW YORK AND PillLADKLPIIIA RAILROAD LINK DIRECT, Via Newark, Nkwhiii'.nswk k, Princeton, Tkknton, borpkntown A.M) ijurl.tNOTON. THROUGH IN SIX HOCRa. Leaving New \ ork daily from the foot of < -ourtlandt st. Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at P. M. 'Plie Morning Line proceeds to Uordentowu, from thence by steamboat t?> fftiladelpnia. The Fveiling 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 Ik* in readiness, w ith baggage crates on board. Philadelphia I tag gage crates are conveyed from city to city, wihout being openedb) the way Each train is provided with a car in which an- apartmmts and dressing rooms expressly for 11 I idles' use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut streetj by steamboat to Rordentowu at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines lor Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 1\% A. M., ami \ P. M. being a continuation of the lines from New Y??rk. jel BLACK BALL OR OLD LINK OF LI VKR?**WPA< KKTS FOR LIVKRPOOL.-Onlv regular ship and sails ?>ti Saturday, the P>th August.? The new and remarkable fast sailing favorite packet ship NEW YORK, burthen IOjO tons, Captain Thomas B. CropjMT, will ail posit ivt i\ as above, bei Rfakr onr. Trie accommodations of fill* inairn r norUf r.,p fiKin ->?! cabin, and steerage pashenuers. it is well known are unsurpa.i.ied b>; aiiir other vessel afloat. Those visiting tiie Old t ountry will find it their interest and comfort to select llii^ desirable conveyance. For terms of passage, which will Im? very low, and those wishing to choose lite l?est berths, early application should he maue on hoard, foot of lieekmaii si., or fo the subscribers. RO< HE, BROTHERS & CO., 35 Fulton street, New Vork, next door to the Fill ton Bank. Note..?Passenger* will please l?car in inind that the packet* of tliis Line sail punctually as a?lveftiseil, therefore,* ill meet with no disappointment in selecting tlie above packet. T. S. The New Vork sails from Liveri>ool on the 7th of Octoher. Persons sending for their friends can have thein brought out in her or anv of the packets comprising this magnificent and unequalled Lint, sailing from that port on the 7th and 10th ol each month. For passage apply as above. The packet shin Columbus will succeed the New Vork, and sail for Liverpool oc the 1st of September, her regular clay. auR ec REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, fcc.-The JjrlCTWsnbscnU'i continues to transmit money in sums Urge sin ill, to persons residing in any part of of Ireland in the same manner as he, and his predecessor in business have done for the last thirty years and more ; also, to any part of Eacl wd, or Sci 41mm. Money renittfd by letter (pott Mid) to 11?? subscriber, or penoouly depoaitef with nim, with tnt name <>\ theperson oi l<ersons in Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it i? to In tent, and nearest post town, will he immediately transmitted, sad inxid accordingly, and a receipt to that efleet Riven, or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money, or claims on persons in any part of Ireland, England or Scotland, ran lv? collected by the siihscnl?cr for persons residing in any part of tlie United States or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. j IT lm*i GEORGE McBIUDE, Jr. 92 Cedar ht. ???> NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PA< KETS.? WfJJWPacket of Itith August.?The .splendid well known, rw<yit9?st'ast sailing, new, favorite packet ship LI V KRPOOL. I'apt. John Eldridge, 11.'?0 tons burthen, now on her second voyage, will hail positively as above, her regular day. It is well known and equally admitted by all. tint the Liverpool is the fastest packet ship that sails out of New Vork, having lieaten the packet ships New Vork and Sheffield, on her last passage hence several days, ami also every packet on her return passage that sailed iu company with lier, as well as those which sailed several da\s liefore her. Her accommodation* for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, are so .very stti?erior, that it hah gained for her the name of the Floating Palace." Those wishing to secure In-rths hi this magnificent ship, should not I nl to make early application on board, foot of Burling slip, or to W. *t J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 reck slip, The Liverpool will mil from Liverpool on .the 5th October, affording a favorable opportunity to those wishing to send for thrir friend* to romp out ill bur, or any of the ti'simr 11 <>, on iraiomblr trrtiu, rnid thow ? itliini t? n'liiil money, cm have draft* for any amount, payable on demand in all tlx- priucipal tow n* nl'Oraat Britain and Ireland. The Siddons will succeed the Liverpool, anil sail 2.'ilh Anp?1? Miii?e tin> r.OR I.IV KII POO 1,?The New Lfoa?Rmlar WMMIVrarKet Ifitli August?The new splendid New Vork frrlr ' *' pai ket. ship. LIVKRPOOL, John Kldridtfe, matter, USA loin, w ill sail on the ICtli August, her regular lay. for freight or passa?e, having very elegant anil roomv accomodations, apply to the captain on lioaril, west tide Burling dip, or to WOODHULL & MINTURN8, a 12 AT South it. The new packet shin Queen of the West, Pliilip Woodhonse, master, will succeed the Liverpool, ami fail oil lier regular day, 16th September. l*g- OLD BLACK BALL LINK OK PACKKT8.? MfWFV Packet of the 19th August.?The Cant sal line packet ff rTi ' -p N K.W VORK. Captain Cropper, w ill lie !< patched a? aibove her regular iliy. Her accommodations for ahin, second Cabin and steerage |>a**cugers are unsurpassed.? rhose wiihinR to tecnie lierllia will reiiuirc to make early ap>lication to IOIIN UK RDM AN, 61 South street, near Wall st. Passage from Liverpool can a* usual he seen red iu any of the arket ships sailing weekly, an|> drafts furnished for any unmint ps\able .it the National and rioviucial II ink of Irel mil uid Branches, and Messrs. .1. Iliitt, Son lc Co., Bankers, I,onion; Kxcliaii|te and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and Branches hronghont Kniiland and Wales, Wmenock Banking Co., and juterii Bank of Scotland and Branches. For further particuirs aiiply a* aliove. jy 21 ec FOR NEW OULKANS?Star Line-Finn reguKtjMkV' 11 *" 1 " ith dcsjiaich?The Splendid, well jvMfclUb'iiinw u packet ship FRANKLIN, ( apt. Kennedy, a ill -an as above without delay. She lias splendid accommodations for cabin, 2d cabin and tcerap" passeiiirrri, who will Ik- taken at the very lowest rales. I hose desirous of seeming births would do wi ll to make early indication on board the ship, foot of I'ine street, or to " JOSKI'Il McMl'RRAy, atilOec 100 Pine street. FOR LIVKRPOOL? Regular packet of the l:ith \uuil?t ?Thetery bii|?-nnr lis! sailing packet ship jH>MKnslll'.KI< ll ^l'l', ' apuin I'ophain, w ill |Hi?ili?cly sail

is aliove. , , , ...... II it lint very superior accommodations lor ealun, 2d cabin and iteerage ivuseiiKCrs, |s rions wishing to einlmrk should make arU ainnication on board, foot of Maiden lane, or to > IM JOSKI'll Mc.MURKAV, anlrtcc '00 Pine St., corner of South. Ajff- KOM NKW IM! I V \NS Louisiana unl N,-w WrjHFV-York Lino?Positively Kirst Itnrnhr Packet?The SUSttm^rrvla?t sailing luckei sliip LOUISVILLE, Cap. Lam >1. Hunt, loading at Orlrm* *Imrf, loot of Wall ?trivt las nearlv all her cargo engaged and can take ioiiih freight if immediate application is maili- on hoard or to K. K. COLLINS O., S6 Hon til *t. ' Shippers may rely on taring their goods correctly in canned. Agenta in New Orleans, Ilnlin & Woodruff, who will promptly forward all good* to their address. 'I'll" packet ?hip UUNTSVlLLE, Capt. O. 11. Mnmford, till MNeinl tin liimiitillo, an!)ec NEW YORK ^f|y * BOSTON POUNU 1'JL.OT. fWEN PTIF.SCOTT. Pilots. or takes charge as mister and 17 pilot 1)1 hoiiml In Now Ile<tf->r?l, over Niiitncket tlioaU, Motion, I'orUmoutli, Portland, Kmint-lwclt. wid OTHIt I'OHTS. Office nl Vryt & Shaw'* Nmitie;il ?tnrp, 222 I iV.itrr utrcet, cnrnrr Itrakmrni. lO-fercuri' to n nnmbw of mrr- | :(i ?nl?, nnil tlte ???<r,il Iiuuraucc Companies in thin city, Bo?on, and 1'oillaii l. j>18 linisr ?RK E tfORNINGr, AUGUST 12, KOH BUKKALO A Mi AM. I'AKTS OK TIIK WK8T. I iSL * AHSOriATION r Ass \(.K (?I KI? K TO Al.B ANV. Utica (hi Itnrlmter, $1 Syracuse, 2 V, Hullalo, :? '? Omvejjo, 'I 2:> Dp. mid I.nwer Canada 5 40 l"<ir |>a*.W* al'L'ly In Sr. L. HAY, _m? Sin M Barclay rtwrt, New Yorfc. IVUI I\AHAI I'AYILION LONG ISLAND KAIL , KOAD. Ti*iin iiihhi iltiii road leave Brooklyn, South A HrrV? for .Jamaica, \\ conches are in readiness JW*-' '4I&4 for that delightful resort, the Marine Pavilion, at .*9EKZ^the following hours, \ u. Half-past 0 A.M., I o'clock anil half-psst t? P. M. licturiiiuK, leave Janiaici at 1 A. M., 12 M., and '> P. M. for New York. Fare to J.unaica ; through from Brooklyn to tii'- r ?\ ilioa, " . esnta i. >\ ?.\% I r NKW A n l< \ N< i K M KNM\ FARK AND FltKIGHT IlKDIJ*KD. j&t KK(?l'LA H MAIL LINK-FOR PUOfc^f^tVIDKNi K AM) BOSTON, via. STUN7W toi \Mi M Ul'nifT < ..11 1 ,1 the. followingsuperior sImhiitj, ruiininx in connection with tlir Stoninutoii and Boston and 1'rovidence Railroads M ASSAM IUSKTTS, (apt. i omstock. KHODK ISLAND, I aptThau r. PROVIDKNt K. N AHRAOANSKTT. MOHKUAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. I, Battery I'lue, N. River, at 5 P. M. A It RATS' (J KM K N T H. The UIIODK ISLAND, ( apt.in Th.iycr, on Monday, and Wednesday for StoniiiKtou and Newport, and Friday for Stoning ton. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tuegday and Thursday for St oiling ton, and Saturday for Stonin^ton, New port and Pro* idence. Passengers, on the arriial of the gteainer* at Stoiiington, will be immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Cars of tin4 Hail road to Providence and BoHton, mid if for Ni-wport will proceed in the steamer Moliogau (in superior oroer) from tbancc aI 6 o'clock the following morning, thus giving them an opportunity of a might's Hit on lioard th? steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and llten breakfast ou board fin.' Mohegan. The above steamer* have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and tile comfort and security of passengers, and not surpaesed iby any in the United States. I F.or passage or freight, w hich is taken at verv reduced rates. I apply on bonril, at north side of pier No. I, i> llroulwdy, or of- I J tire of Samuel Oevf.m, freight .lifeiit, oil lie' wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers'berths can be lecured oil board, or at the office of HARNHF.N k CO,, No. 3 Wall street 0"0n anil after the Idlli inst, freight will uot he received ana forwarded after hull-lust I 1*. Si. mOlim* m OA FAIIK K H Dl i F.DFOU IHIID.JKPORT A NI) NORWALK.?Landing at Beldeu'n Van? to Bridgeport. 25 cent*. Fare to Norwalk, 12'icts. Kari" to New Haven, 7.') cents. The steamboat MUTUAL 8AFF.TY leaves Lilierty street Pier every morning, Sunday excepted, at r> oVInek, for llridgeport and Norwalk, touching at Beldeu's Neck, running in connexion with tie* IlousatOMC Hailroail. Returning, leave Bridgeport at half-past I I*. M., or on the arrival of the ears. New Haven Line?States leave Bridgeport immediately on the arrival of the boat. The distance is Hi miles, w it It fine roads and a beautiful country. F are to New Haven 7i cents. Office foot of Lilierty street. _j ylH lin?rc URIAH < ill KOORY. A Kent. id RKOULAR OPPOSITION FOR Boscl ^y-^rT TON. via NKWPORT AND I'ltl ?V Is yff ii PK,Nl K?Fare to Boston S2 111; Deck $1 'Hi, no charge for Berths. New port anil Providence $1; Deck .'ill cts. The fast sailing .steamboat CURTIS PKCK, Captain Will. II. Peek, 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. PKCK, illi South st. an} Im m _IWT ai\ SF.VKN (tri.dCK KVKNIN(TT7nK P.: for ALBANY AND TROY direct, without '111 ?.w ~j ,i .a i:.i |IIW nn^mini steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Coiirtlaudt stieet every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow has a lame number of slate rooms,and for s|ieed and accommodations is uot surpassed on the Hudson. auK ec ** PKOPLK'S LINK OF STF.AMBOATS MgJSgaFOR ALBANY-Dailv at 7 o'clock P. M** '''' direct?From tin' steamboat pier betwivn Coiirtlaudt and Liberty stn-ets, Sunday excepted. Steamboat ROCHESTER, i ipt. A. Honthton, will mtc Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday K veiling, at 7 o'clock. Sie Iinlioat SOUTH AMKRICA, Capt. L. W. llrainanl, w ill leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday K veiling, at seven o'clock. Mail. Line. Steamboat NORTH AMKRICA, Capt. M. H. Truemlell, landing at intermediate places, w ill leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at S o'clock. The COLUMBIA, Capt. It. O. Cruttauden, Monday, Wednesday anil Friday, at 5 P. M. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive iu Albany ill ample time to take the Morning Train ol Cars for the i- ist or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with |,ni . * tlw fmrt of I' ' rtn'Nrwark, at 71, A. M., and li ?ml lr. M. k Tlx- areoniiiivlatimn Imth for ami frri||lit hare . Ini'ii i;nMtly impm*?n. * Krrinlit I'llri.il at rery low rate*. air, tilnr I) HOCKAVVA Y AND NKW VOIIK K "Jy 'STAtiK?Will run n follow * on mil il>ri p| wl9vl'v>*'? July 111I1 in?t. I.pure IWhwuv it 8 A. M., ? lor i\?'W ) i.ik, retiirnini: le.wc the Wavrrly Ifonv, Fir. ml- ' ?j\, it 3l, IV M.fnr Rm-kawav, liv way of Smith KVrry " i'ltavnitrn Ir.ivini! tlirir iuiiih at Jfll IVirl ?irr*t will I* ininc-. c: tn illy i illfii lor hy Ilh.NRY ( ONKLIN, ? ??.< Im'r Proprietor. V N1AUARA FALLS. OKHSONS i incinK th'' K.ilU, irr informal that the whnl" I , x,.. i-. > is's mil .( null.. ,r l'.iri ?, for nturninit liv tlic 11 ? iv >! the St 1.iw fur*, Montnul, Tiionil-nmi, through ft i, iki' I... iriti* til < alilW'-HV n $1:1 7 i. Thta u pnli-Mhle to i? > in ii i iic the MUM way attain by I'tira, fc.\ I.ikr ?....iiiv- it Inn 21 mil", from Saratovgood rtaif... " JyJ7 2t4w2w*r fi I lieu mid elegant Stale Room#, and for speed and accommodaI tions an* unriv^ll^d on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, a&?|>)y on hoard, or to P. C. Sclnilt/. at the office on the wharf. nu7 6tr >a&f INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOS1fflfr ttK,ct?tion night link for albanv TT IIIJBLAND TROY.?THROUGH DIRECT WITHOUT LANDING?The commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH. Caiitain O. House will leave New York, from the foot rjf Barclay street, on Thursday, the 3d instant, at 5 o'clock, 1'. .vi., arriving at Albany and Troy in time for the cars going west. Regular Day#?Leases New York every Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. Leaves Troy and Albany every Moutlay,Wednesday and Friday afternoon. Freight taken at reduced rate#. Apply on board. P. S. The above boat lias undergone a thorough repair, and i# in tint rate order. a2 I in * y M NO MONOPOLY?FARE REDUi ED. Cp-v ^PWf Independent Opposition Line for Albany The new and commodious steamboat NEW .JERSE Y.Capt. R. II. Furev, will leave the loot of Barclay street, New York, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening, at 7 o'clock. For freight or passage apply oil board. Freight Liken less thin tow boat Prices. The New Jersey is furnished with elegant state room#, and for speed and accommodation is not surpassed by any steamboat on the Hudson river. 11; 401 SEVEN O'l LOCK MORNING LINE FOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate 1jE?^m2Bm2L? Landings--From the steamboat pier, at the foot ot Barclay street. BreakI'tst and Dinner on board. Leaves New York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Siturday, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, New burgh, Hampton, Poughkeeosio. Hyde Park, llhinebeek, If. Red Hook, Bristol, Catskill, Hudson, Cossaekie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer E M PI VIE, Captain S. R. Roe, on Friday, at 7 o'clock in the morniuff. Aug. II. j The new low pressiin* steamer TROY, Captain A. Oorham, on Saturday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning, Vug 12. < For passme, apply at the office, foot of Barclay street, or ou board. Notice.?All flood#, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie. } or any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on board the Boats of this Liiiejmist Ik- at the risk of the owners of such i goods. ?u6 2tr NEW YORK AND KIN4IHTON STEAM I KkK.HT AM) PASSAGE LINE. r jafit For Kingston, and Delaware and Hudson fl.. , Jet <nal?steamboats EMERALD and NORT W 'F.WH n. r /IV EMERALD, ? .plain .John Ketcham, will leave New York, foot of Murray strtvt, every Monday and Thursday at 5 h o'clock P. M. Will leave Kingston (Uoudout landiuu) every Wednesday * and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. f The NORWH II, Captain John Sunuels, will Icane New j York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at. 5 o'clock, P. M. r i Will leave Kingston (Rondout lauding) every Tuesday and i Fridav at f o'i loclt, P. >1. I V \ Til V Til IPS The F.MF.RALI) will leavn the toot of Murray ntreet every Sunday moruiim at 7 o'clock. Returnim,', leave* Kingston at | 4 o'clock namo day. For freiit it or pa*? lire apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW Si CO., >1 3mV 161 Went ntreet. aMQ ST\TKN I SI, AM) FKH1J \ . Kill f ? . f WHITEHALL ST.-^Tlif nteamhoat* T... git Jg-S ryi'K.S ISI.ANDKH 111.1 SAMSON will rim a* follows until further notice Leave New York 8. 0, III, II, I, 2, 5, 6, 7. Leave Staten Itllfiil .1, !), 10, II, I, 2, I, J, (>, 7. Leave NVw \ ork and Stnleti Ul.mil every hour ?n Sunday, I Miali i Inland Kirry?foot of Whitehall ulreet, lo I ill on di- , rect. Tlie nteamhoat Hercnle* will leave New York J P.M.? Cliflon, ,'i I'. Si. on Sunday, July loth. I I'. S.?Excursion to Fort Hamilton, Sunday* excepted.? | Leave Kort Hamilton 7,'j. A. M., returning from New York, i 3*4 P. M. jll r 1 .qm aa STATEN ISLAND KKRRY?GLIF* ' tJLfrg* TON. NKAIl THE NARROWS?I'ntil If i Mi i' furtlier notice, t!(? 2 o'clock trip fioin White- i lull (tin' STATEN ISLANDKK) will, after nuking her u usual landman :it tin' Quarantine and Stapletou, proceed to tienew w linrf 'I < lifton, near tin- Tehxraph. The 9 AM SON will lead' Clifton wharf for the city, al 4'V o'clock, ? On Sunday*, the 2 o'clock trip from Whitehall will proceed | direct to ? 'Jilt on, without touching at tic Qu trantine and Staideton, and tie r> mm hoal will leave i'lillon wharf at 6 o'clock Van- U"? milk ( This arraniri inent will ;i(Tord a delightful excursion to the ^ Narrow i. 4iiil mi o|i|?>riuiiity of enjoying tlw net breew, scenery a ill prospect, lor which tlia' part of Staten Inland in no celebrated, with ample time for a ramble, and bathing on tlie *ea F ?lde. j 2D 2w r | _tn-i _i NKW ARRANGEMENT f'oTl ' SH HEWSB1IRY?Long Unnch Sandy t 3B^aJBtj3Lillook, Oi i'oi II ami Kalonlown Landing. The le'W StiMinboat SllIIKWSHITRY, Caiitain John P. ' Coriien, w ill now run a* follow*, on and after I'liurnday. 27th ii!Hr leaving N w York, from the foot of Rohinaon ntreet, r everv Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. . And Kalimtontl Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, c at i? o'clock. A. M. C The Shrewsbury will rnn a* al>ov<* weather in'rmitiins, until further notice. All baxgage al tie- risk of tin* nwiuri. Fair 37'? i nt?. . , ? ,V II.?Stages will be in atlennince to convey pannencers t from the aforesaid landing place* to any part of the county re- r iinired. Tlie Shrewsbury will go tin- inner passage, when practicable. jellr ll Sriairn -S NEW AUK AND NKW V mUL-Far*- 'I 12' , I ent* !?Tlie n|i|pndid steamer I'ASe V S \ I < , after June toll, will run an follow*:? k. In tli. loot of Barclay ntreet, New York, at 10 A. M.. and i [ERA 1843. Mmlhuii, (in. l< 'orrcgpondcncn of the Herald.] Madison, <>.?., Ana;. 1,1813. 'Ifir Herald?It t tvi$t utility? Mwlison?Its Buni ntss?Manner^ of Inlribitunts?'lhe Fatkiont ? Tlte Crops. J. G. Bennett, Kt<(.? Dkar Sik? Your Her.ild is to uh a voice from the universal world, from Paseamaquoddy to CHlilornia?from Calcutta to Kamchatka. lis financial articles?its touches on Wall street?on stocks?on the fermented banking system?are read with a great deal of interest; besides through it we generally receive European news one day earlier than by the rent of your city papers. Amidst these stand still days, when the "dogstar reigns," and the planters of our county are giving the finishing touches to nature's own portrait? or as we commonly call it, laying by the crop?I drop you a lew lines from the quiet scenes of village life. During the fall, winter and spring mouths, our little town presents u busy scene j ?our streets are full of wagons, dispatching pro ; duce to and from the railroad, which is on the great southern thoroughfare from New York to New Orleans. Our county is not very ?ld iu the map of the > world, having only been entiled about thirty-six years. Several of the first settlers are still in our midst, pursuing the even tenor of their way, and are too old and too wise to conform to all the improvements winch etiquette and fashion have thrown hroatl c tut over our once happy land, aw) which I fear will yet overthrow all the domestic comforts of social lile, as itouglit to be enjoyed. It has rained every day for the last three weeks.? At present ihere is every prospect of a heavy crop of corn, cotton and potatoes, especially if we have some sunshine mixed in. We are generally :u the , midst of extremes in this delightful climate. So j wet, an dry,so hot, so cold, that people say they can't make any thing, or do any thing. Yet strange to say, thousands have made fortunes, both by mar- | rying and by work, and so will thousands more in the sunny south. Hahhakkijk. Avon Springs. (Correspondence of tha Herald.) Avon Strings, Aug. ?, 18-13. Crowd of Visiters nl Avon?AIt< Urinal (futilities <>/ the IVuter?" Sugnrbury Retreat." fkiknd bknnktt : ? Dhak Siii?Delightful Avon is thronged with visiters; some making a brief Hojourn for the purpose of inhaling a pure air, and enjoying the fresh viands and racy small beer of the country; while others j linger around our healing waters, in the hope of [ early restoration. The sanative qualities of the j New Bath Spring are fast winning their way to enviable celebrity. The intelligent and enterprising proprietor, Keuben K. llickox, Esq , discovered this salubrious fount in 1834; the waters possess ingredients common to oth?r springs in the neighborhood, but in different combination, and are enlivened with treble the amount ef airiform fluid? withal, the water is very cold, and made ijratelul to the palate by some rare and dulcifying property. 1 have visited the celebrated Germnn spring, also Sharon, Saratoga, and the Warm, White, and lied Sulphur Spiings of Virginia, Harrow, and other watering places in England, but l ave never drank at a fountain that so highly impressed me with Us value us an active and powerful agent in the cure of disease, as the New Bath Spring of Avon. Krom a gravelly bed it ootrg op, And RnarkleH like e.hrvMal in the cup; Young Beauty comes "with visage wun, Hot- voice is tuint, her brightness gone; Shedunksa glass of the "New Bath Spring," Ainl hope return* with radiant wing; While the huffled flund ol disease retires, And life rekindles her waited fires. Hurrah lor the fountain clear and cold, Dispensing health to the young and old; A pongof jay is in its (low, The wide world will soon it* v'rtues know. Haste then, haste, ye stricken ones ! Krom the well head of bliss n current run', And those who quart'it will thence depart, Kcscut'd from death, and renewed in heart. Before closing my letter, I will give the "riugarbury Ketrent," that well known boarding house, h passing notice. It id kept by Colonel C. Marsh, and il urbanity ol manners and skill in selecting choice liquors and delicate viands, are desirable accomplishments in a landlord, iny friend, the Colonel, is worthy ol patronage. Attaehed to Ins embowered abode is a fine livery stable, where his guests can be accommodated with well groomed steeds and glit I tering pleasure enrriages Captain Asa llrown, of the "Queen's Hangers," Canada, C. Kord. Esq , J Judge Todd, ot Chicago, and many other gentle- . men are now honoring the "Retreat" with their 1 company. More anon. J Truly yours, Lso. a Diamond Cove. (Corrt'tpouilstice of llie Herald.I Diamond Covk, (near Portland,) ) August 7th, 18$. S Excursion to Hag Inland?Diamond Cove?Fun and ,i Frolic?Hie I'rorpcct?A Chowder?Spent?Finnic. Dear Bknnett? On Thursday last I received a polite invitation to { oiu a party of ladies and gentlemen, bound on one j jf these pleasure trips down the harbor, with a view o land upon Hog Island, nnd enjoy a " chowderand iccompuniments." The morning was lovely, nnd ilicr a pleasant sail of some two hours or more, we love to, nnd came to anchor in front of one of the nost rrmantic locales I have seen for many a day. Diamond Cove, than which 110 brighter spot "be- ' leath the fun is spread/' is located on the easterly ide of the island. The form of the cove is a ere uriu, aiiu us iiuiue ui i'kiiiiuiju, i uciirvf", ? roin the existence of ti ledge of stone in the vicinU y, from which, in former days, visitors need to r, filter small particles ol a transparent mineral (h i ' <ort (it chrystal), which was very clear and brn- J liant. Tins spot is emphatically tiie resort of our ci- | " t liens in the warm season, and the excellent fishing grounds in the immediate neighborhood, renders it 1 a most capital place for a chowder or fry Our party was composed ot some dozen couple ot < choice spirits, and having come to anchor oil shore, we first proceeded in the small boats, to land our ' precioushve stock, ond alterwards followed wiih the hi*pan, chowder-kettle, culinary matters, anil fixiusin general. ! Imagine your co?res|iondent?by the way, the J, most inodest, retiring, unpretending bachelor in , Christendom?stationed, by general acclamation, at u :he "post of honor" upon the gunwale of the small *, joat,and doing the agreeable to some twenty rol- " icking, joyous, bright eyed lasses, as lliey passed |> >ver the schooner's side. " I><-ar me, how it tips," shouts the cherry-cheek- $ rd Charlotte, as fhe jumps on board, pays the toll, ?i tfd scampers to the stern sheets. " Oh, Mr. H , I can't stand up -pray hold me," || ays Mi*s C *, umI with both arms round her de- ? icate wai?t, I assi.-t her over the thwarts. " Hold me last," cries the charming Miss W [? and didn't I obey, though)?" there, there, that ? will do?thank 'ee; I'm very well now." Then came the sprightly Sarah S .with her iretty little lat foot and small ankle. (I couldn't lelp seeing the ankle, because the side of the "Sea tuII" is so high.) Sarah is very timid on the waer; she clasped my neck to the decided disarrangenent of my well plaited cravat. p. Then followed the charming Miss B f, whose laughty auburn ringlets became entangled with my i 17 ireast pin, and brought Iter rosy lips in tantalising jon'actwith my own. And then cune her sister, wlio positively could lot stand at all, the boat was so uneasyand then il, he lovely Aune 8 h, and Misses It. and (i , and nore?all beauty, all life, all enjoyment. '"j Well, as I have said, the day is delightful?we s ind in safety, and while a portion of the [> rty go in N uestof "ameew"ot the tinny tribe, some tew of the ;entlenien remain to keep guard, amuse the ladies, uild a tire, etc. etc. The view from the shore is magnificent. Direct- 1 ir opposite the mouth oi the cove Ties the pretty spot il nown as Crow Island (hut more commonly called il" 'umpkin Knob), with its clump of dark foliage and right rocky sides, reflected in the calm ^een wave. I Icjfond, oil the left, stands Barn Island, a barren lare, without an object upon it, save a single dilftidated building, which siands out boldly on its top, < ' slieved against the clear blue sky. Far us the eye *" an reach, in every direction, the broad expanse ol >, . rater is studded and dotted with islands ot various triiMand sizes, upon most ot which, however, are irnisin a high state ot cultivation. The harbor is j, 'illy a beautiful one. Talk of your Sandy Hooks nd your Rockaways, your Staten Islands and your Jew Brighton*?pooh M'ome hither, man, and snufl *? (ie fresh Seabreeze, as it rushes on the sensesfrom ?r oil climes, and breathe the pure air ol heaven, [ nm LD. Price Two Cents. untainted by the smut ami fogs ol your Atlantic and North river steamer*. Come hit her. irom the smoke dried and shrivelling influences ol your dusky saneturn, and learn to skin "cunnern." Am we stand upon the high blurt which forme a part ol the cove, intent U|Kiii tiie lovely i>ros|tccl before us, a sail shoots by yonder point?the "Sea Gull" rounda to, wiih colors alow and aloft, enters the cove, and oncefmore comes to anchor. After an abseiicelof Homo two hours, the party returned with a glorious mess of tautog, cumiers, rock perch, tec.? and now coines the sport. The torch is spplied to the fagots and brush, the fry pan ornamented with a layer of glistening pork, the tcaly gentlemen are forthwith stript of the coats dame nature his furnished them, and in a brief space of time the music mi cheering to empty stomachs and good appetites, nse< up from the simmering of our finny captives. Then follows the triangular stake, the chowder keitle and its contents, the layer of pork and the layer of vegetables, and then the .,? II., I. .....III.... .1 ?' I .L ifiyci vi urn, anuilirii iiiimurroi CttCll J ine pOI itf filled, the lire roars nwuy beneath it, the steam Rushes from iincapacious mouth, tlie hoys are all cooks, and the girls are all " bustle" (beg pardon, but can't stop to correct), the cloth is being laid on the smooth grass in the grove yonder, the viands are ready, the ladies seated, (lie chowder is done?then it is served up, and then gTilped down; then follows the fry, and ilien thedeaert, and then the smallest dron of claret, cooled and diluted by water which gushes from a clear, sparkling spring hard by ; and then the tete a tttr. and then the romp on the liwn, or the prornenude on the beach, to .settle the dinner and gather muscles, where the ladies get twilll?rs and kisses (the latter are very plenty), and then the departure, and the rowing aboard, and the handing the ladies up the side, and the toll gate through which they all mustpats on their return, and then the merry "heave, ho," and then the raising of the sails, the adjustment of crumpled dresses and bonnets, and then, then we catch the breeze, glide gently up the liuhnr wifli mrrrt/ kmuct mid unH nfft>r Urn* t-ing the ladies once more all round, and repeating ih" operation again, lor the very last time (but one), lest some ot thein should have been missed, and would feel slighted, the beautiful little schooner touches the whart, the party resumed their quiet deportment, shake hands and pari?and thus begin* and ends an Excursion to Diamond Cove. Yours, truly, H. I.Mtinry Unlkt'K. Tiik Freemason's Monitor?By .Desilver and Muir, Philadelphia. TIiih volume contnutH a delineation oi the fundamental principles of Freemasonry, operative and speculative, unwell in a religious as a moral view. It has explanations and plates of all the emblems of the degrees of entered apprentice, fellow cralt, ttec. \:c. up to the select master's degree, and order ol priesthood?Compiled by Z. A. Davis from the most approved writers. The work, appears to be well udnpted to the use either of Masons, or of those who desire to become such. ScBirriritiiL Views of Holy Baitism?As established by the consent of the Ancient Church,and contrasted with the system of the modern schools. By Kev E. I! Puaey, 1). D. Published by Hurgess Ac Stringer, 222 Broadway. Coming from Dr.Puscy this work will be read with interest. Tiif. Farmer's Maniiai.?Hy 1). Appleton & Co. Being a practical treatise on the nature and value of manures-; should be owned by every farmer. PlUX KKOINns OP AN FcCl.tASTICAti CoirNon.in the case of the proprietors of 1 Loll is street Meeting House, and the Kev. John Pierpont, their pastor. Prepared by S Iv Lothrop. From the press ol W. W. Clappfe Son, Boston. Piiii.ii- in Search of a Wife?By a Gentleman Butterfly?Being a sequel to " Kate in Search ol a Husband," by a La<1y chrysalis. Winchester, 30 Ann street. Price 12J cents. New Music.?"Love's Chosen Hours, or Morning, Noou and Night," an admired song, as sung bv Mims Mary Taylor?the words by H. P <?ratlan, Esq.? th* music arranged and adapted by Francis il. Brown. Published by Atwill, 2<)1 Broadway. "The True Heart of Woman," a ballad sung by Mr. Hrougli, and by Mr. Francis Brown?the music by Alexander Lee. Published by Atwill,201 Broadway. " Sparkltnq and Brioht."?The New Mirror for thin week. Tliiaperiodical is rapidly attaining au umnent>e popularity. We predicted this at its alarting. Our prrdictoins Renerally turn out true. PHILADELPHIA DAC.UERREOTYPK ESTABLISHMENT EXCHANOK BUILDING, ROOMS 26 & V. rIMIK Subscribers, having f?r.?? nr?**l tin- A^ncy for tie* sal* of i VOHiT WDKIl'S l).U?l KIUIKOTYTK APPA HATCH, constructed according to Profnvsor Perzval's calculation, iav?- on html a l.irge assortment of these Apparatu*. aim! artist* is * II as amateur* of their art, wishing Co promt** K?">d ap?;?r irnM, wil I find it to their advantage to procure in^f r?nri?#nfs >f tl?.< i nstruction. Tl^y hI?a have Iv imported a l.iofw |ii tin it v of < Jeriu ui and Kreuch plates, and all the chemicals i*etl iii their art, which tln'v warrant hi f*wy mjfft, as they ire made to tlwir order. Polishing substances, and morocco aaes, .iikI iill necessary material* art* sold on th?* most reasonihle term*. The following geutJenieu have agreed to act a. heir ap'iit*, > i/:? K While, Kan.. 17 t Broadway, N. V.' IV Hans. Kw|m Washington. 0. I*. Mr. V l Hirliinond. Va. P. Laurens, Kkk. S.n pn.iii, (lit. Willi tin West, K*i|. f tncinnati. Ohio. All communication* (pout paid) ami orders, accmnpanied nth r?imftincoi, will Im i?i<?mifl\ attended to, iml should be io.n-.lfo W. & V LANuKNIIKIM. je I Jm*f KxcIimrc Building, Phna. MANUFACTi m; v OK CUT, PLAIN AND Mot U)ED fJLASH, ")K every description, Krcnch iml Ktixluh Porcelain, antral, ' 11111 olaji hm|a, wan i it I. gii > imol auperioi utility! To the public in general, which are mi the habit of |iavlnK *'*" raordmary pnAei for tie* above irticln?it is .1 great discovery ? dealers, hotels, steamboats, shiiwmiiittr'M, anil fa in 1 lie*, lli.it can 1 ' -"i. i, ,1 .r v . . mod > iU prices, ?' StouTcno! At lroth?ra kI is* in tuufactory. No. V) 4told street, or at tlieir df> of, No. :t lolin street, near Broad wav. Good* sent to in any irt of the country fm. All article matched to paitsrus, and U** rut to order. Wholesale and retail. < <11 and satisfy vouravlvin afmur omlitv and price*, ant ln?**t STOIVKNKL * BROTHERS. iKOTON W \ I'l l: l> \ \ ft FIKft P NM MM M IN J I>I \ Kl IIUKK IIOSK M confidently recommended for ny |*t raises for which leather is used,and is warranti*d to i?os ** the following l>ro|>ertie* 1st?If in perfectly fi^lif under pivssnreof the Croton. 2d?It is made of the stronK**at fahrica, and will not mihlew > injure in flu* Icaat, and riiiuini no attention. :td?It m not di'atroyeil l?v coining in contact w ith oil or was?\ nor af 18f?*it?*al hy cold weather, nor can flie rnhher de)in|>osf, a* inferior articles ans in 110 ca*e used. Should the >ast Coinphint niad?a of tli?* II??h?', not |H>s?wssinK the alM>te ro|H*rti?^?, it will l?e takiii hark, at any tune inside of ail louths from ita purchase, and otlier Kiten in eschaiiK*1 withont barge. Itli?Coupling and jet pi pa* will lie attached * ifhont charge. Inyera w ill note that we .ir?* clearly satisfied th.it this hose (tne rocc?s of inakmu which is unknown to any otlter 111 the trade) just the article lonu w anted for leading water wl many itlier Inpiida. HOliACK 11. DAV, jy 17 lm*r Successor to H?)ihiiry I. It. C., 46 Maiden lane IM) M \ N V V V CTTR V. R S AND I>K Al.KHS IN VVOf U.LK.NS,?Henry Mi if eon., Kiniaher of Cloths, t*aai inprrs, SatinetH, lie. conur of Laittht and \V is hi 11 at on st., S'. \ , rrs|M*ctfully infonns the mannfacturera and dealers 111 iVoolleiis, that his establishm?mt is now in succesalul oiieraion, and tl it he is pre|>ared to etecut with promptness all or* lers in Ins line that may b?' conAdrd to him. Specimens of Ins vorkrn inahip mav be seen ?>n application to the gentlemen whose iamea are anueied, and to whom he has liberty to refer. H?* lao refers to the following remark upon Ins workmanship, at he Fair at the American Institute. THK <?OLI) MEDAL as been awarded to H. Migeon, for flu* most l?eantifnlly fin innw, i uitinem, ?iid diiplaynl ?t th*? imm ihibition ; the li*titfite have thus become their testimony to le t'crfitt!'>n of the art, by which Mr. Mi*eon lias augmented in* of the most important smirces of the iiiannfacruriuK wealth I* the United Star . Iiy wlilinx, nl ji very trilling cost, (mm ;ii to fifteen per cent to tlie mine of the cloths submittal to is process of tinuil)jitjr mill preparation. Tli" brilliant finish nl silky smoothness ol the cloths thus prrp.ir?-d, must satisfy rery one who will esamine them, of th? un it anteriority of ic process pursued by Mr \1iireori. Mxiinlaftnivrt and im nrtcrs will ilo well to anpi lint themselves by personal maim ition witn tb? limit of Ins invention. Orders tiny be left at Not fi t and "I Pine st, (I KKKK KM'KS' Ifalsted. Hainos fcf'o., !)l Nassnit street. Iiimh rt .V VVolrott, (>3 Pine street. W f l. tiiKlry St<<4 Pine street, Wilson, Butler St Co., 27 William streeti P. Bre^-ham, 60 Pine st. iy W Im'r \IIIS BOOTS AM) LASTS MAUt TO ORDK.K BY E. SUSER, '5 Broadway, (BHsoinent,) one door I'romCourtlandt street. K. SI HKK, Bootmaker. ami tinker of I .aat*, an " Klv " of ( lircr o| Paris, lie^s If ive lo inform lit' ends anil all 111** amateurs of a gentlemanly " chaussiire," at In-ran now make, in Niw ^orfe, with tlif neat K tench ina rial*, all that is to perfectly III,nV. it Paris, by hi? mastpr the hbr.ited bootmaker < lrn?-, whim numerous cn?toin?*r? "Hi is side of tlx* Atlantic arc rmiwtfully invited "> v" KR'H boots anil lasts before they ilrtjuir or lieuijf cliwuiw m ew York, nfrcr the nicest, latest I'nn Kaihioii. Alio, tin- genuine Paris Jet Black Varni?b sold. iytt I in eo ________ jC i \ n !)_ [',, r(|? 7(|d#B nninarriiil and M.iWO *^0m..rr Ladies of Vw V. rk -The oikscribertenT7Tii7iTini.il,ni nl. to llie I n ,. -, anil would I'lfor* Uwm iat he is furnishing citv maile shoes of the bust kind it ?uch I ret as cannot fail lo .nil the most economical. B?*st Silk (faitm, rouilf to order %2 Ma $2 V0 Be?t a?: f?? Buskins l.adic* Slippers M.? * ?! i.) % I 'Hi TIm?.?c *li<? ?' " at ?fus uiv*n*blv call au.^in? ih#* jHi io'e of flie wtMlartHin of hit cuatomen with his prices ,| the durability nl'hi* alioe*. N U -( it) ami country ile?lcr? can have their orilera e*ecuI on the moat favorable tcrnia, anil with shoe* made by the it workmen in the country. I). ??. 'HOSB Y'S I. ad lea' Shoe Store, No. 52 Catherine st. two doors below Madison st. \ 1 Im'ec HOOT AND SHOK HTOK.K. (fl*/ JOHN IlK ADY mspectfully informs his fri?wd? I tlv IMltllir, lll.1t hi- I hlllllNM* 111 ItW AflKVH i', .it So. y.) N.umii ?rnv?, wlwn* h? will ihmikfullv rrc?i?? i C.i11tiluii v < ti'i'iitp, ill nnli r? in' ou>' 1a favored with on tht it rv<uuiublc u rnu fur co?li. jy Ui

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