Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 16, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 16, 1843 Page 1
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1 MHHERHPKseessHKaaaae TH Vol. IX.?No. Uti'1?Whole No. 3435. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HKRALD?daily newapapee-publiihed eiery day of the year except New Year** day and Fourth of July. Prices centa per copy?or $7 26 per annum? )>ottagca paid?cath in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price 6| centi per copy, or $3 1# per annum? poilkgea paid? caah in ad van eft. ADVfcRTISERB are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increaa ing fatt. It hat I A# largett circulation oj any paper in thu city, or the world, mnd it, there/ore, the kett channel for bu tintii men in the city or country. Price* moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the moat moderate price*, and in the moat elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PaoraiBTOa or the Hihald Jlitabluumiint, Northwest corner of Fulton and Naasau streets. AGENTS. ~~ 1 na following ii a ll?t <Jf agent* for the Herald, where ubscription* will be received, and ?ingle numbers are found for sale Boston, Mas* Messrs. Redding k Co. Philadelphia, Pa Messrs ZicbflT & Co. Baltimore, Md Wm. Taylor. Washington, D. C. Do. Buffalo, N. Y T. 8. Hawk*. New Haven, Conn T. H. Pease. Hartford, Cdnn.. J. W. Judd, Albany, N. Y Geo. Jones. Troy,N. Y Levi Willard. Lausingburgh, N. Y A. Lewis. Newark, N. J , ,,, ,D Smith. Catskill. N Y H lUwe. Peekskill, N Y .T. Monkhouia Sing Sing, N. Y...., 8. Bard. New Orleans, La., J.C. Monran. Cincinnati. O Robert Carnaha ?. Paturson, N. J Matthew Dougheity. Rochester, N. Y A Jones. Elizahethtown. N. J Samuel Crane. New Brunswick, N.J William Solomon, St. Louis, Mo. Woodward k Mathew*. Charleston, 8.C Amos Head. Hudion, N. Y George Clara. Augusta, Oa 8. A. Holme*. i Mobile, Ala M Boullemet Ponghkecnsle, N. Y Levi Smith. Trentan, N.J J. Raunsley. I Louisville, Ky W. A. Haldeman. Wheeling, Va F. C. Brook man. 1 New London, Con 8. & G Rogers. , Utica, N Y J. B.Loat N'ashville, Twin A. Billing*. Syracuse, N. Y James Robertson. Bridgeport, Ct S. W. Hatch. Jack*on, Miss J. W. Clark. Vleksburg, Miss Mr*. E. A. Parker. New Bedlord. Mass A. Robinson. Providence,R. I.. John Green. Worcester, Mas* L. Thompaon. ! namucKFi. mam j. f- nuiiey. <W? Yearly subscription to the Daily Herald, $7 3ft, andfor a shorter period at the lone rate. The Weekly Herald, $-1 aft. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL t STEAM SIHJ'S, Of 1200 torn and 440 horse power each. < Appointed by tho Admiralty to sail between Liverpool and < Boston, callnii! at Halifax |p land and receive Paaseusingers and Her Majesty's MaiU. H1BERNIA. Captain Charles H. E. Judkini. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward O. Lott. ACADIA, Captain Alexander Ryrie, BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. I Will sail Tor Boston via Halifax, i From Boston. FaoM Liverpool. i Acadia, Ryrie, 16th August. 10th July. I Hibernia, Judkini, 1st Sept. 4th August. Britannia. Lott, 16th do 19th do These ships carry experienced surgeons, and are supplied with Frames' I'atejit Lile Boats. Passage to Liverpool $120?To Halifax $20. No berths secured until paid for. For passage apply to , D. BRIUHAM, Jr.. Agent, iu3r No. 3 VVall at.. New York. DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, SfoQmHBV&c.?Persons about remitting money to their friends in tlie "old country," can be tupplied with Drafts, in iudu of 1, 2, 3,5, 10 ft ?50, or any amount, payable on demand withobl TCT' iant or any other charge, at the National Bank ol Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Bult, Sou Si Co., 1 h.?L..,v I nniLu, 1 iu i-? ?_ ?j i I Bank, Liverpool, Ea?tcn) Bank of iicotland, Oreejiock Bank- 1 ing Company, Sir Wm. Forbej Hunter k Co., Scotland, and , t he blanches in ?v?y |>ott town throughout England. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafta will I* forwarded by the toameri Great Western or Hibernia, by VV. k J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, <J I'eck Slip, corner South at. N. B.?All letten from the country mutt cone poat paid. JH lr ' firfc "?'L"ri1 ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, /WUmBI &.c.?which can be lent by the steamship y^*IRCJk^?ACAI)IA, railing from Boston ou the 16th ^jrllniW of August. We hare at all timee for aale Draft a at ?ight for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin. Alao, on Mcasn. Prescott, Grotc, Amee k Co., Bankera, London, which are paid free of risk or any charge whatever in every Province and County, beaidee all the inland town* throughout England, Irelmd, Scothud and Walea, thejrby iiitwexinc the aame puri>oar as Bank of England Notre. Apply to or adiii-eu, if by lett?r, (post paidj ROCHE. BROTHERS k CO., 35 Fnlton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. i P. B.?ft. B. k Co., have a regular succession of firpt class r thips ^ailing weekly from Liverpool. Those sending for their \ relatives will finil it their interest to nave them brought ont I hruugh us. One ol our lirm, Mr. Jamee D. Roche, ia there to | fo ward pa?senger* with care and despatch. For passage apply v above, or to _ _ \ JAMES I). ROCHE, li Qoree Piaiwu, Liverpool. < NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKF.T8. To sail from New York on the 2jih and Liverpool ou the 13th of each month. jiffe ' Kno?t Ni:w ^oim. ( hip PQHCIUS, Captain John Collina, Wth July. Ship SIPHONS, Captain A. B.Cobb 2:>th August. t>u?p SHERIDAN, C aptain F. A. Depeysrer, 23th S?pt Bhip CARR1CK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 23th OctoU*. FnoM Lirr.arnoi.. Ship SHERIDAN, tapi/iin F. A. Depeyster, 13th July. Ship GARHICK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, 13th August. Hhip ROSCH'S, Captain John Collins, 13th September. hliip SIHDON9, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. Thee, ships are all of the fiist class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements as combine great speed with unnsual comfort for passengers. Every care Ins been taken in the arrangement of tl.oir accommodations. The price of passage hence is $76. Thtwa ships are commanded by ei|?rie?iced masters, who will make every neitlon to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships wUl be responsible for anv letters, parcels or packagee sent by them, unlesa regular hills of lading are signed therefor. For fieaaht or passage apply to E. if. COLLINS It ( O., .VJ South at.. New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY k fco., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will he charged 12% cents per single ' th<wr ; JO cants l>er ounce, and news|*pers 1 cent eech. jy7 ec THE NKW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. ^ n- ,u"~ ;!SHSr*New .hip QUEEN OF THE WEST, 123" tone Philip P. Woodhoa~ }?ft ' Ship ROCHESTER^ to-. j!gj John Britton. ?.(|h jBM .. n . j ll'iili Novemtier Imup m, i KVMT.U, ..W n?na. r ,uh NU(lh v* S icth July. 1 Thoa* aulwtantial, Tut aailiug. brat tlAaa ahipa, alt bailt in . tit* city of NewtYork, aie commanded by mm of piparieoce and ability, aud will be diapatclied punctually os the 16th ?f fait h month. Their rnHiim are elegant and commodiona, and are furiuehed witli whatever can conduce to the raee and comfort of paaaenB?ra. Neither the captaina or owner* of tbeae ahipa will be raaponaihle for any parcrla or Packagea ml by them, uuleaa regular , bill* lailine are aijjiied tlierefor. 1 K?r freight or pii?Uf ualt to WOODHCLL ft MINTURN8. I South alreef. New York, ' or to FIEI.DKN, BROTHERS It CO.. *? > Liverpool, OLD LINK LIVERPOOL PACKETS Jfe -tfe JK ,^p?n^ULD IJNT^TTackett for LiverpMal will haraatirr l>e 1 d?a|*tched in the following order. etceptinf that whau the ailink' day lialla on Suuday, the ahipa will tail On the aucceed ingday, rii:? From New York. From 1. TheCAMBIUDOE, LJnne I July 19 850 tout. < Oct. I No*. |9 \V. C. Bnrrow.f Feb. I Mar. 19 The ENGLAND) ( Jnn* 19 Aug. 7 750 tont, \ Oct. 19 Dee. T I. Butl)tt,(rrb. 19 April 7 Tlia OXFORD, S^"'' 1 Aut. 19 800 um?, < No*. I Doc. 19 J. Rathhone, f Marnh I April 19 The MONTEZUMA, {July I# SePt. 7 1000 ton*. < Bio*. 19 Jan. 7 A. B. Lowlier, (Mareh 19 May 7 The EUROPE, t Aug. H S*i*. 19 Cil8 tont, < Dee. I Jan. 19 E. O. Fnrhar, (April 1 May 19 The NEW YORK, (new) I Aug. 19 Oct. 7 950 tout, < Dec. Irt Feb. 7 T. B. Cropper,< April 19 J una 1 The SOUTH AMERICA,! ? Sapc r Oct. 19 650 ton*. < Jan. 1 Fab. 1 E. Q. Bailey, / May | June 19 i Tbt COLUMBUS, t Sept. 19 Not. 7 700 tont, . ? . } Jan. 19 Mar. 7 1 O. A. Cole, ( May 19 July | Theaa ahipa are not turpaated in point of elegance or comfort 111 th*ir cabin cco?modiition?t or in ln?ir fiut tailing qualiti** by any Teatelt in the trade. The commandert are well kn<jwn at mm of character and tperienciv and the atricteat attention will alwaya be paid to promote the comfort and convenience of pataetignra. Punctuality, ai regard* the day of tailing, will be obaerred aa heretofore. The price of paaeage ontward it now filed at Keventy-FI*e Dollars, for which ample atorea of erery deeoription will be provided, with the exception of winea and liquort, which will bo fnmithed by (he atanarda, if reynirad. Neither the captain or ownera of thane ahipa will be reaponaihle for any lettera, parcelt, or nackagea aent by them nnlata regular bill* of lading ara tignen there!.>r For Ireifht ar | aa- | M*. apply to _ GOODHUE ft CO. (t South at. nil I I E NE NEW TAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, ? FECK 8UP, NEW YORK. m- im> m. jm. T!?Mli?crib?n^^?!ill theattention of their friends ami the public gwiorally to their sU|?rior tor bringing out from, and remitting money ti auy part "1 England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, ui the in igiiifnent |>ack et snips, comprising the "NEW l?lNK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VI/.:Shi|? HOSt, < apt. Cellini. Ship SIDDON8, Captain Cobb. Snip SHERIDAN, Captain Depeyster. Ship OARHICK,Captain Skidd>. New ship HoTTlNGllER, Captain Bursly. Ship SOLTHERNER, < 'aptaiu Wondhousa. Ship ROCHESTER. Captain Palmer New Ship LIVERPOOL, Capwin Eldradia. Sailing twice ever* month ; and witli tin* " UNITED LINE,'* composed of sujHuior first thus American ships, sailing cver> ten days, will unite live ships in each montli throughout; the year, (or onu every sit days) thereby preventing the possibility of unnecessary detention. Passages direct from London, Bristol and (Ireeuock to New Vork. Also from Liitjr|>ool tu New Orleans, Mobile, 8a*am.ali Charleston, Philidelplua, Do.ton and Baltimore, and 'he various ports in British North America, can at all tiuu ? be ourated on lihrral terms. Persons winning to send for their friends, will not fail to Fee he advantages to be derived from selectiug this line in pr"fernice to any other, and they may rust assured that untwial car ' will be t'fcen to make the passage agreeable, the ships being fit,ed up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all casus where the partias sent loi decline coming, the mnley will be refunded without any deduction, as usual. A free passage from tha various seaports of Ireland aud Scotland, cai. sc. arid The r?gtllar packets for which the lOhscribers are agents, sail is follows, riz :?To and from London on the 1st, IT), and 20th >1 each month. To and from Liver|>ool ou the 1st, 7th, nth, 19th, and 25th of each mouth. New Orleani, Mobile, Sav.uilah, and Charleaton, weekly tlirouijrliout the seasau. REMITTANCES. Per sons iu the country wishing to send money to Their friends jy enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name and adIress of the parties to receive, it, may rely an a draft for the imount being forwarded i>er first picket, after the receipt thereof, and an acknowledgement for the same returned par mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, are |<ayable ou demand, withjtit discount or any other charge, at the National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and branches, Eastern Bank of Scotland, [ireenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Unit, Son Ht Co. Bankers Londoa Exchange, and Discount Bank. Liverpool and in every principal rowu of Oreat Britain and Ireland. Further paiticulars made known on application, if by letter, postpaid, to W. iL J. T TAPSCOTT. diy r 43 Peck Slip, corner South it fflSsTOE VRO.M t JKEAT BRpTTl^AND IKELASD BY THE BLACK BALL OK OLD LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and 19th of every month.] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends San make tha necessarv srnmaemunta with tK? lave thnm oome out iu this superior Line of Psckets, Sailing [pim Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month, rhey will also have a first rate class of American trading ships, lailinp every six days, thereby affording weekly communicaion from that port. One of the firm (Mr. James D. Roche) is here, to sea tnat they shall be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will >e returned to those who paid it here, without any reducion. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise lie following mngnificewt Vhiiis. viz l'he OXFORD, The NEW YORK, CAMBKlbOE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and nnequalled arrangements, the subicriberi confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which has boeu extended to them so many years, for which hey are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relative*, can it all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct >n the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOTf, OROTE, AMES & CO. Rankers, London, ivhich will be Paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principsd towns throughout England, Ireand, Scotland and Wales. A,?lv. " "M,~' b&im?S,ISiLRS k CO. Ji Fulton street New York, next dour to the Fulton Bank. N. B?The Old Lin* of Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties -eluruiug to the old country will find it to their comfort and idvantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, iu ['reference to any other. d87 r JOHN IIETTDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHEDEMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. ^ KMii LAR L^N^U? PACKET SUITS, 61 South^treTi! New York. PAB8AOE to and from (Jreat Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, by the regular packet ships, sailing on ihe 1st. 7th. 13th, 19tb, and 2.1th of each month to and from Liverpool and to and from Londou 1st, 10th and 2Uth of each month. The subscriber has made unequalled arrangements to bring out emigrants, and can, with great confidence, assure those persons sending for their friends, that every due and diligent attention willbe shown them, and all who embark with them Passage can also be engaged from Ltrnvool direct to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah. Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to the differeut ports of the British Provinces, at the lowest rates. With those arrangements, together w ith the advantage w hich liis Liverpool corresjioiidents possess, living large snip owners, Old extensively engaged in the freighting business despatching yearly at least 10!) first class shit* from Liverpool to the va rous I'orts of the United States, with frviglit and passengers. The facility offered by this establishment is unsurpassed, and from he large number of first class slujts employed ill the line there :au be no detention whatever, which will be guaranteed. The rice of passage will be at the Irwest rates, and should any of hose sent for decline rowing, the passage monev will lie as usiomary refunded. The steamboat fare from the different >orts to Liverpool can, as usualL lie secured. iiMir* ii r.n i).M a ui nomii ?i, m y. rr J. b W. ROBINSON, nrn W?ll street. Merchants anil Emigrants' Agents, No. 10 Ooiee Piatxas, Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. The Subscriber requests the attention of thine remittitur mo Ity to their friends to his unequalled arrangements tor the paynent of his draft* on demand, without discount or any charge ;vh'it??er, at the following Banking Institutions. Til IN ENGLAND?Messrs. James Bult, bou 4 Co., Bankers London. Messrs J. Bamird Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Lircrpool. National Provincial Rank of England, and Branchue through>nt England and Wale*. Yorkshire District Bank and Brau^hes. Birmingham Banking Co. Lancaster banking <a>. IN SCOTLAND?Ureenock Banking Co. in (ilasfow and Sreenoek. Eastern B;vik of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?'Provincial Bauk of livlind. imagh C ork Kim is Mallow Vthlone Carlow Enniskilleu Mone> more 3ril I ina Cavan (ralwa/ Omagh Belfast Colentine Kilkenny Fanonstown iaiubridge Contwhill SligQ iallvmena Dublin Londonderry S'rabnne Janaon Downpatrick Largon Tralee Jnllyshannon Dungr-nnon Limerick AVaterford Jloumel Dungarron 41 iMghan Youghall National Bank of Ireland. Sillinsloe Custlebar Moate Tipperary 3anagher Enniscorthy Nenah Tnam Boyle Kermoy New Kosa Thomastown kosher Calway Roscrea Tralee varrivk on Sair Kanturk Rcscommou Weetport ^ stlerea Longford Sligo Wexford Uharlesrille Loughrea Tallow Wicklow Jhmmel MicTiaelstown Thurles N. B.?In addition to tha Liverpool and London packets, the mbscriher is also agent for the regular packets sailing weekly rom New York to New Orleans, Mobile. Charleston, and Savannah, by which passage can he secured at the lowest rates. yl?-tf JOHN HKRDMAN. MARSEILLES LINE OK PAUKhTH. '1 ha undermentioned ships will be regularly disiwtcliml Iron) tence and from Marseilles on the 1st of each month during the rear:? From New York. Marseille*. XM'RIER. Cam, Duggan. June 1, Aug. 1 I'HKSlOTT. Capt. Myrick, July I. Sept. 1 HELLESPONT, <apt. Adams, Aug. 1. Oct. I 'ORIOLANU8, ('apt. ifaile, Sept. I. Nor. 1 U'RY THOMPSON,Capt.Sylrestar. Oct. 1. Dec. 1 They are all coppered and copper fastened, and hare excellent iccommndations lor |iassengers. The price of cahiu passage will be $100, exclusive of wines mil liquors. (Joods addressed to the agents. BOYD Ji WNCKF.N. will * forwiwled free of other charges than those actually |>aid. For freight or passage apply to BOYD k H INC KEN, Agents, No. 9 Tontine Bmldiings, or S. BROOM fc CO., mtflr 10S Front street. inn until nlll LOCISIANNA ANT) NEW ^OKK LINE OF PACKETS il il & iii froi thr Mm iccoismodation of shipper*, it i* intended to Inraicli a ?hip from tilts port on the l?t, 5tn. lOtn, liln, 20th, ii?| t.ith of mrh month, commencing the 10th October tod continuing until May, when regular lUjn will be appointed for the remainder of the yaar, wliera by ?r?at delay* and di?aj>potntnctiu will be pr>T(nlr>l during the ?ummn monius 1 ha loilowing tbips will commence tni? arranf?n?it: Ship YAZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCONKE. Captain Jackaon. Ship MISSISSIPPI. C?|>lain Hilliard. Ship LOUISVIU.K. Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPF.ARE, Captain Miner. Ship GASTON. Captain Latham. Ship HyVTSVlLLK. Captain Mutnford. Ship OrMULOKE. Captain Leaeitt. Skip NASIIVILLF., Captain uickinaon, Ship MEMPHIS. Captain Knjcht. Sinp LOUISA, Captain Mulfora. Theae ship* were all built in the city of New York, eipreaaly for packrta. are of light draft of water, have recently been ^ewly coppered and pitt in lplendid order, witb aoeommodation? fur paaaengera une^nalled for comfort Thay are commanded hy experienced maaterj. who will make erery exertion t? ? ?? taneral Mtiafcction. They will at all timea be towed ?P and Iowa the Miaaiaaippi by ateamboata. Neither the owner* or captaina of theee ahipa will be ruaponnble tor jewelry, hnllion, precion* atonea, ailrer or plated ware, vr for any lettrra, i<arcel or package, sent by or put on board of :hem, unleai refular bill* of lading are taken Tor tha aame and the raliie thereon aapresasd. '"w,iMks? ?? - ljUl.LIN"k WOODRl't'F, Agent in New tlrleaua. who will promptly forward all *ooda to their addreaa. The >hir* of thia line are warranted to aail punctually aa adrertiaed. anrl great ear* will ba taken to have the pooda correctV nieatnre.l 1I1T PATfiRSON RAILROAD. From Fatmon to Jw??y City. On and ?(>? Monday, lT?h Jnly, th* cart will p*Tr*?o* Derer Lrav* Nrw York. am. *4-fa ll\ " 1?K P. M. * P. M. 1 ON SUNDAYS. I.rart Phimo'' PiroT. I.*arr Ntw York. ^ f 51: I rnniparin'iiiii ran ply daily (*nnd?ya iwr<?ntfld.) [.*? ?rr oivitwl la br \t th* K.rry, loci of Courtl.indt ?'r?w?, ? miuutti W?r* thf ?W<Hl hoan of dri*rtnr*. jyll 6m W YC r YORK, WEDNESDAY - - pome ROY matts, jOMa DAILY TXPHKW FOR ALBANY. TROY, CHICAGO and the I AN ADA? The Mibscriben I laving completed iliu r arramj-nmnti wit th<! IVo|t|<:'? I.ine of tttiviinhoa'*, on the North River, and ill Hai' Rued Cornnuiii'? of AI ban v for running tlicir Kxprai tor the *ea*on of 1RI3, mi Kij)res? will leave (their office, No. Will atreot, New York. every evening. it iiuerter lo 7 o'clorl for the above named and intermediate idiicr*. IM PORTA NT. Kor the greater tafety and security of all valuable and m?n?s Package* tiuli lilted in their rate, tliey have Salimandir Iro Hnfca oil board of the r,teAinboat>, iu a itrte room occupied ej .liwi.i.K l.v 11...I/O III... - 1 I , ... ?. . >?? mil iur?rii|icr iii ' iivkr siitus i the same mow with the iron safes.into which ill su h oadkage are rdaccd. POMEROY & COMPANY, in 1 ec No. 2 \\': II <imt. ? A K N!l E X ggagl Si^jSaL Je co.'8 ENGLISH, FRE\< II, BF.I.OI \N AM) AMKRICAT EXPRESS, GENERAL FOKWARMNO AND COMMISSION riOUSE. HARNDF.N U CO. will receive an 1 forward l>v tlw"ir dail Express < ar.<, Specie, Il.uik Notes, Pa< k lgesaini Par celt, to an pari of the United States or I-nnadas, and by the steamers am tuckets to any part of England, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium " r i a ire. Particular attention is paid to the purchase or sale of all df scrirttoM of merchandise, > dialling awl ptyini DrilU, Nom and Bill*, l<> the entry of merchandise at the Custom House and to tlw general transaction of any and all kinds of forward ink ami commission bu.iitess. Hills of Exchange in sum* t suit, furnished on St. John, N. ii., Halifax, N. a., or ou an; part of Europe. All goods mint be marked "Harden A Co." Foreign Pos Office Letter Bags a,v made up for all the Royal Mail Steam e-s from Boston, aud the st?ainn and sailing packets frota Nev York. Principal ollic??t and agent*:? Messrs. Wilmer and Siuith, 32 Church s.treet, Litorpool England. Messrs. Maclean, Maris St Co., 3 Ahchurch lane, London. Messrs. Kmerson & Co., Paris and Havre. Sarunel Haight, Esq., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. J. and J. (i. Woodward, St. John, N. B. A. W. Godfrey, Halifax, N. S. J. G. Woodward, New Orleans, La. Messrs. J. B. Sazerac & Co., Havana. llarnden 8i Co. I) Court at., Boston. All goods must be marked "Harden & Co. N. B ? llarnden & Co. are alone responsible for the loss o injury of any articles, or properly of any description committei to their care; nor is any risk assumed by, nor can any be at tached to the New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, b: which their crate* are, or may be transported; uor the Nex York, Providence, and Boston Railroad, or the Bostuu and Pro ridence Railroad Corporations, in respect to their contents a any time. IIARNDEN ?t CO., jy 12 r No. 3 Wall st., New York. _ NEW YORK, ^j7-^" Via E. and Somerville H. Road 3I?38d&2&E2& For ScMoolev's Mountain, leave pier No i .xutili nu-i, .t 854 o'clock. \. M., daily, (Sundays excepted) by steamboat t( Khzabetbixiri; or leave the foot of ( 'nurllaml street at 9 o'clocl A. M.. by N. J. Railroad to Elizabethtown, thence counec with the cars for Somerville coaches, thence 20 miles to tlx< Mountain?arriving early in the. after-noon. For Fasten leave as above, proceed by railroad to Somerville coaches from thence (ouly 34 mile*) arriving in Eastou at I o'clock. Tl,:. ?? ~r.i 1 J- - ? ...? uii "I mo mill Iimanm ny coacnes, maK ins it by far the moat pleasant ami eiiwditious, commends it self to public patronage. Mr. Handenoii, the proprietor at So mervilfe, lias provided himself with carriage* and horse* to ac commodate private parties with extras at the shortest notice lid on reasonable terms. For seats apply to H. I). Hoi*, Merchant*' Hotel, 41 Court land st. Passengers from Philadelphia to Schooley's Mountain. wil leave Philadelphia at 7 o'clock, A. M., by New York railroai line to New Brunswick. Splendid coaches from thence, arriv inK at the mnnntain early same afternoon. 3 2m*r SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAILROAD LINF DIRECT, Via Nkwiri, Newbrunswicb, Princeton, Trenton, Bordentown Anb Bl'RI.IN<JTON. "*MWarJ THROUGH IN SIX HOlrR?. Leaving New York daily from the foot of Courtlandt sr. Morning Liu* at!) A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at lj^ P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by steamboat lo Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot ol Courtlandt street, when; a commodious steamboat, will lie iu readiness with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are couveyed from city to city, wihout being opened Dy the way Each traiu is provided witli a car in which art) apartments and dressing rooms expressly foi the ladies' use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Wal nut itiret, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o'clock, A. M and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at "li A. M., am 4 P. M. being a continuation of the lines from New York. jy28 3m*ec i? BLACK BALL~OR OLD LINE OF LIVER KfWV PACKETS FOR LIV EUPOOL.-Ouly regula JtMNHMPacki i ship and sails on Saturday, the 19th August.'1 he new and remarkable fast sailing favorite packet ship NEW YORK, burthen 10S0 tons, Captain Thomas II. CropjHT, wil sail positively as above, her regular day. The accommodations of this magnificent packet for cabin, 2ii cabin, and steerage passengers, it is well known are by ail}- other vessel afloat. Those visiting the Old Country will hud it their interest a:id comfort to select this desirable conveyance. For terms of passage, which will be very low, and those wishing to clioo.'.e the best berths, iwrly application should be nude on toard, foot of Bet kman St., or to the subscribe . ROCHE, HROTHERS It CO., 3S Fulton str*-t, New York, next door to theFul'on Bank. Note.?Passengers will pleine bear hi mind th.ittlie packets nl this Lin* sail punctuallr ns advertised, therefore,will meet with no disappointment iu selecting the abov? pal l et. P 8. The New York sails from Livtu|>ool on the 7th of Octoiier. Persons sending (or their friends can have them brought out iu her or any of tlie |?cket>t comprising this magnificent .ind unenr:iiled Line, sailing from that port on the 7th and l'Jih ol each month. For passage apply as above. The packet shin Columbus will succeed the New York, *u?l sail for Liverpool oc the 1st of September, lier regular (lay. fnfl ec REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, 8tc.-Thc ?3M^subscriber continues to transmit money in sums largt JKHHabor small, to persons residing iu any ( art of of irelaud in the same manuer,{iOv . and his predecessor in business liavt done for the last thirty years and more ; also, to any part ol England, or Scotland. Money r< milted by letter (post paid) to the subscribe oi periouafly deposited^with him, with the name of tlie person ot pi-rsons in I/, Fngl*nd or Scotland, to whom it is to hetent, and nearest post, town, wilj be immediately ti.insmi't-d, and paid accordingly , and a receipt to that effect gn?n, or forwarded lo the sen ler. In like mvnuer mon^y, or claims on pmnns in any part ol Ireland, England or Scotland, can be collected by the suliscri her for |iersons residing iu anv part of the United States or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. j 17 Im'f OCOROK McBHIPK. Jr. M Cedar st. ijCT- NF.W LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS.? UkVVV.PlflUI of loth Amtk?Tw splendid well known, ^HMKbOuI sailing, now, lavorite packet ship LI VERPOOL. < *pt. John Klilridp. IIJO tons burthen, now on her second voyage, w ill sail |>ositively ii? above, her regular day. It is well known and squally admitted hy all, tlwt the Liverpool n the fastest packet shi^ that tails out of New York, having beaten tlm packet shipa Ni w York and Sheffield, on herlait passage hence several days, and also every packet on her return passage that nailed in company with her, a? well a* those which saileif several davs MM her. Her MM?Hwitw ibf cabin, second cabin anil steerage passengers, are silvery superior, that it has gained for her the name of the 'Floating Palace."' Those wishing to secure berths in this magnificent ship, should not fail to make early application on boaru, foot of BurliuK slip, or to W. It J. T. TAPSCOTT,? Peck slip, corner of Hoath st. The Liverpool will sail from Liverpool on the 5th October, affording a favorable opportunity to those wishing to send foi their friends to come out in her, or any of th? regular line, on reasonable terms, and those wishing to remit money, can have drafts for any amount, payable on demand in all tlie principal towns of Oreat Britain and Ireland. The Siddoni will succeed the Liverpool, and sail tfth August. an 11 ec FOR LIVF.RPOOL^Thir~New~ Line?Regular Packet 16th August?The new splendid New York JK>Mm'""'c pocket ship LIVERPOOL, John Kldridge, master, 1150 tons, will sail on the ICth August, her regular for freight or passage, having very elegant and roomy accomodations, apply to the captain on board, west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL k MINTURNS, a 12 87 South st. The new racket ship Queen of the West, Philip Woodhouse, matter, will succeed tne Liverpool, and sail on her regular day, 16th September. AAS- OLD BLACK BALL LINK OF PACKLT8 ? McVvWPacket of the 10th Augnst.?The fast sailing nacket EfoLftT-1..^ NK.W YORK, Captain Cropper, will be spatcneii as .move nrr p>kui ir nay. ner accommodations lor cnbin, second cabin and steerage |n?seii>fers are unsurpassed.? Those wishing to secure berths will require to nuke early application to JOHN HKRDVIAN, ?l South (tract, near Wall st. Passace from Liverpool can as usual lie securcd in any of tlx* pncket ships sailing weekly, anP drafts furnished for any amount payable at the National and Provincial Bank of Ireland and Branches, and Messrs. J. Ilntt, Son It Co., Bankers, London; Exchange and Discount Bank. Liverpool, and II rail cliff throughout England aud Wales, Oreenock Banking Co., and Eastern Bank of Scotland and Branches. For further particuars apply as above. jy 21 ec &&?- FOR NCW ORLEANS?Star Line?Fir?t mnMrftfYlar packet ship with dosuatoh?The splendid, well tr*lir I - ship KHAN KLIN, (apt. Kennedy, will sail as above without dela\. Hhe has splendid accommodations for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage p??s?ngers, who will be taken at the very lowest rates. Those dsn irons of securing births would do well to make carl y application on board the ship, foot of Pine street, or to JOSEPH McMf'RRAV, anIOec 1110 Pine street. ?jf3r- FOR El VERPOOL?Regular packet of the nth August?Thevery- superior fast sailing packet tliip Captain Popliam, will positively tail an above. Having very'superior accommodations for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage iwssengers, persons wishing to embark should make early application ou board, foot of Maiden lane, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, aulO ec I"" Pine St., corner of South. FOR NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana and New ^W^York Line?Positively First Regular Packet?The JMflaKav'rv fast sailing racket ship LOUISVILLE, Captain M. Hunt, loading at Orlmus wharf, loot of Wall street has nearly all her cargo engaged and can take some Ireight if immediate application is inade;onlboard or to E. K. COLLINS St CO., 3? South #t. Shippers may rely on having their goods correctly menAgents in New Orleans, Hulia k Woodruff, who will fOPffitly forward all goods to their[address. The packet ship HUN 1 SVILLE, I apt. 0. R. Mnmfnrd, Will succeed the Louisville. sua ec NEW YORK * BOSTON POUND IMIiOT. f 1WIL? rlir.Si IITT? HloU, or Uk*t lMTW a* miwr yni Pi'^t of xmutU hound to New Bedford, over Nintucker S .,^i,ASott?n? Portsmouth, Portland, Kwnebeck. au<l OTHER PORTS. Office .u Krytfc Hh.iw'ii Nantical atort, 2T2 W*rer trrot, corner ftaekmau. Rafaonc? to a number or mei* chanta, and tht ameral Inauranra Compnniea in|rhi* ritjr, Boaton, and Portland. jyi8 Ixcikr IRK H MORNING, AUGUST 16, FOR BUFFALO AND AM. PARTS OF THE WEST ; *Sl 4S&A. ; ASSOCIATION HAsSAt.r'upKK E To ALBANV. , J tin $2 o? Horlieitcr, iW Syracuse, *24 HtifUI.., 3 SO '.j Oswego, t 2S L'|, Lower Canada 5 SO F or ri?:Mge apply to . M. L. RAY, mftl 3tn OJ Barclay *trpf?r, N*?w York. I I IIOCKAWAY PAVILION?LON<? ISL\ND 11A1L i ?? ^ ROAD. i, Trauit upon litis road leave Brooklyn, South | Ferry, for Jamaica, where cotu-heg are in rrndinnn -iS^flFSz .' yiat delightful ieaort, tlie Vla.iue Pavilion, at _ SalC_tli? following hour , viz :?ll.ill-pa. t 9 A. M., I - i)VI. i h and half-pa:.! C 1'. ftl. Returning, leave Jan.. ica at 8 A M., I ! M., and 5 P. M. for C New i'ork. Fare t.i J.iinaioi 2i. , through Ir-'in Broi klyn to P??lHon, 73 CMJlto. je24inv"r - NK\V AURA VUEM KNT. ~ J FAKE A\D FRKKJHY RKIWCED. ?(Mf) jn MKOrLAR MAI1 I INE-FOR PROvi r> k: n( e a xn boston, via, stony 3EiZ3?taK.IN?TON A\? NKWPORT?CompoS.)d ' y of the following miwrior ni.wn, running in connection with J the btouingtmi ami Boaton and ProYiduuce Railroad* :? i y ASSACHlISKT'i s. Cant. Coraa.of.k. K'liljit. ISLAND, Capt Tliayer. PROVIDENCE. i, NAHM * (.ANSETT. MOHKOAX. I- One of whii'i will leave New York daily (Sunday! eitcepto cd) from "ier No. 1, Battery Place. N. River, at 5 P. M. f AURANOKMKNTS. Thn RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and t Wednesday for Stoni-igtoii and Newport, ajid ! riday lor Stoning'"". v The IA SSACHU8KTT8, Captain Comstock. on Tue*day and Thursday for Ktoningtou, and Saturday for Su.mugton, Newport aud Providence. I, Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will he immwliately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Cars of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for New port will proceed in the steam?r Mohegan (ill superior order) from thence at t> o'clock the following morning, thus giving them au opportunity of a night's rest on hoard ill* steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and then breakfast on board the Mohegan. The above steamers have been thoroughly eqnip|ied and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of passengers, and not nurpneaed by any in the United r Stales. il For |wssage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, - apply on board, at north side of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or ofy fice of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. v Tickets for the route and stniimer?' berths (inn be secured on i- board, oral the office of t HARNUEN k CO., No. 3 Wall street (T7*"Oii and after the lOtli ilist, freight will not Iw received j and forwarded after lulf-past 4 P. M. ni'iilm" in I jMQ jfA KARE REDUCED EOR BRIDGEPORT AND NORWALK?Landing at Beldeu's 1 Fare to Bridgeport. ft cmta. t Kate to Norwalk, 12>icts. , Kare to New Haven. 7J rents. t The steamboat MUTUAL SAFETY leaves Liberty atreet t Pier every morning, Sunday excepted, at (I o'clock, for Bridgep port and Norwalk, touching at Belden's Neck, running in connexion witli the Housatonic Railroad. Returning, leave Bridgeport at half-pant 1 P. M., or on the arrival of the cars. New Haven Line?States leave Bridgeport immediately 011 the arrival of the boat. The distance is IB miles, with fine roads and a beautiful country. Fare to New Haven 75 cents. Office foot of Liberty street. jyltt Im*rc URIAH GREGORY, Agent. jWfl KKOULAR ^OPPOSITION FOlt BOSft TON. via NEWPORT ANI) I'ROVIr BreTllr DENCE?Kare to Boston S2 SO; Dm-k $1 50; no charge for Berths. Newport and Providence Si; Deck 50 . cts. The fast tailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain J Wm. II. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip, East River, every | 1 Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply on board, or to A. D. PECK, *05 South st. au3 lm'm aA SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING LINE ' & ay^*for ALBANY AND TROY direct, without ' 3CaaH2Ca3E_laiiding?the splendid low pressure .steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLeau, vrill leave the foot of Court landt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow has a large number of state rooms,and for speed and accommodations is not surpassed 011 the Hudson. auB ec d Wirii M PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS ^ ftMLTifrFOR ALBAN V-Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.Tri CT rf, Through direct?Krom tne steamboat pier between Conrtlandt and Ltl>ertv streets, Sunday excepted. 1 Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Cant. L. W. Brainard, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at seven 1 o'clock. Mail Line. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Truesdell, 1 landing at intermediate places, will leave Monday .Wednesday r and Friday, afternoon, at 5 o'clock. The COLUMBIA, ("apt. R. O. Crutunden, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at S P. M. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for 1 the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with neat and elegant State Rooms, and for speed and accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson. Kor Passage or Kreight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultz r at the office on the wharf. au7 6tr " Zjjjjji ~jM INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOfl iwU23?TION NIGHT LINK FOR ALBANY 1 5fc^jSfc2t.AND TROY.?THROUGH DIRECT 1 WITHOUT LANDING?The commodious and substantial I steamboat PORTSMOUTH. Captain O. House, will leeve New York, from the foot of Barclay street, 011 Thursday, the 3d instant, at 5 o'clock, P. M. arriving at Allany and Troy in j time for the cars going west. Regular Days ?Leave* New York every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdv,' afternoon, at 5 o'clock. 1 Leave* i my and Albany ever> Monday, Wednesday anil I" nday afternoon. r r?ight taken at reduced rate*. Apply on board. P. 8. The above boat! is undergone a thorough r-^ptir, and it in first rate order. a2 lin*y ~NO MONO! OLV?KARK RKUUED. CW?~*~y **ZH*^,< w Indttpeudent Opposition Line for Albany v "* direct. Tlie new aiid commodious steamboat NF.W JKR8EY ,Cnpt R. H. Furey, will leave the foot of Barclay street. New York, every Monday, Wednesday and Kridav evening al 7 o'clock. For freight or passage apply oil board. i> ivight l>ken le*s than tow boat prices. The New Jersey is furnished w ith elegant 1'ate rooms, and for spetil and accommodation is not s'lrpu^-d by any steamboat on the Hudson river. j 17 i NEW YORK AND KINOSTQN STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. etft For KintsMn, and Delsw-iro and Hudson ' lY*'*1 01t* ^ ^<URTI^EMKIcTlD. Captain John Ketciiam. wiill leave New Vorl<. f..ot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at J o'clock, P M. I Will |e-\ve Kingston (Rondout landing) every Wednesday and SnturiU; at 1 o'clock, P M. The NORWICH, Captain John Sa nueN, will lean" New York, loot of Warren ktrtet, every Wednesday ai.d Saturday at 5 o'clock, P. M. Will leave Ki'igston (Roiidoat landiui) every Tuesday ami Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at 4 o'clock same day. For lreigki or passage apply on board, or to I WILLIAMSON. ilARLOW & CO., ' a21 3m*r 161 West street. an staten islaniTTivRry, foot !' !^?z??rOF WHITEHALL HT.?.The steamboats ! T. .7 Vtf .g-STATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will I run as follows until further notice :? v Leave New York 8. 9, 1(1, II, I, 2, 3}*, 5. 6, 7. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, Id, II, 1, 2, 4, J, 6, 7. ? Leave New ^ ork and Staten Island every hour en Sunday. (i Staten Island Ferry?foot of Whitehall street, to Clifton di- n rect. The steamboat Hercules will leave New York2 P.M.? Clifton, 5 P. M. on Sunday, July 10th. P. S.?Excursion to Fort Hamilton, Sundays escepted.? I Leave Fort Hamilton 1% A.M."", returning from New York, | 3* P.M. Jllr ; .mm aA STATEN ISLAND FERIIY?t 1 IFA rrL TJ? TON, NEAR THE NARROWS?Until 1 further notice, the 2 o'clock trip from Whin- 1 ' hall (the STATEN ISLANDER) will, after making her < .1 i i...... .? .1... o v,... ?..?.?,.i ... .1.. new wharf at Clifton, near the Telegraph, tm SAMSON will leave Clifton wharf for the city, at 4 V o'clock. I On Sundays, the 2 o'clock rrip from Whitehall will proceed , direct to Clifton, without touching at the (Juarantine anil Staidetou, and the return boat will leave (lift on wharf at 6 o'clock ' Fare 1 i)( cent*. j This .arrangement will aff..rj a delightful etcnrsion to the Narrows, and an opportunity of enjoying the sea l>re?je, scenery ami prospect, for which that part of Stated Island it to ce- I lebrated, with ample time for a ramble, and bathing on the ?e* | side. j 29 2wr ( ..Qn-i a* NEW ARRANGEMENT KOR I SHREWSBURY?Lo?g Branch. Handy ' Jt??jSL?BLlIonk, Oc ean Mouse and Eatontown Landing. TT^ievvStnimbnat SHREWSBURY, Captain John P. * Corliet, will now run a* follows, on and after Thursday, /7th t inst :?(firing New York, from the foot of Knhinson street, (J every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Eatontown Landing ou Mouday, Wednesday and Friday, c at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as above, weather permitting, tin- ?i til further notice. All bagt>*Ke at the risk of the owners. Kare 37Wj cent*. N. B.?Stage* will be in attendance to convey passengers H from the aforesaid lauding place* to any part of the county re- \ quired. The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable je!3r 8 _?_n-| OA NF.WARK AND NEW YORK.?Far- 6 i 3* only 12S Cents !?The splendid steamer PASe 3?_-JBL?Z_*Al< .after June .1th. will run .is follows:? f Leave the foot of Barclay street,- New York, at 10 A. M., and ( ' Leaves the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7X A. M., and | ' and l>? P. M. * The accommodations both for passengers and freight hare I been ereatly improved. Freight carried at very low rates. _ jylfi Im^ec t _ HOCK AW AY AND NEW YORK M STAOF?Will ran as follow* on and after V>lrtS^Inly 13th inst. Leave Rockaway at t A. M., for New i oik. returning leava the Waverly House, Broadway, at 3J? P. M. for Rockaway, by wav of South Ferry Passeugers leaving their names at 340J&K,I,?K*?WSiUJ* gfutc-. tually called for by HENRY CONKLIN, Ail'. Im'r Proprietor. UNITED STATES TKA EMPORIUM, 121 latf 129 Chatham ttrert, New York. And 116 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Aor.fitv, 31H Bi.?:i;cii?:n Stui.ict, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, f THE CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer for 1 sale new and fragrant Teas of every variety and style.? Their assortment specially includes the most delicious and v powerful tirades of Oreen snd Black. E?*y package bears the t stamp of neatness and elegance, and the 1 eas therein are so v thoroughly seemed from H*nt *nd air, that their quality and > power will remain unimpaired in any climite. Their system ? of rrosecuting business is, perhaps, scarcely to be etcelled. It h is founded upon the utmost regain the rights ol the enstom- H er. especially with respect to weight and quality, and uuri valle.l cheapness. All purchasers are called upon to return any " article* which fail to give them the utmost satisfaction, which 8 the money will be cheerfully aud promptlv refunded. Country merchants public establishments, heads or familiea, and shipmaster* will rtnd it a decided advantage to supply themsslve* c f>om thi? mtnblwhnuim. ... ' Orwi!i*t J*v? < orrr?ran.!.* wit rtny. Order* fiom all p?rt? of th<- Unitrd Statf* mantra with pcomptifml* and (MiplWn. 4 / p"r Tli?- only wir-hous* in Aot?rict for lh? anl* of liar- ,' ? c?l*br?toa Black Tu. j? lm*m ' I ^ [ERA 1843. New Haven. [Corr??i>ouiifuce of the Herald.] Nf.w Haven, august 14th, 1843 Great Excitewrnt in (he City of Elmi?Commtnc* tntni?Arrio<uo/ Sirangert? Political Uluve/ncnti l ?Lid let ? Concert*, fyc. Friend Bennett: ? As you hud all the world are aware, tliis is a (ra!^ week tor New Haven?the occasion wlien she assumes her most showy dregs, and her incs' conspicu oub bustle It correspond! to anniversary week ir Gotham, with this difference oniy, that here au in lelleciual repast is eerved up instead ol a spiritual The first gun which ushered in the cxercises of th> important occasion whs fired yesterday afternoon ii Co.lege Chapel?the farewell address <>| f'rolehso Fitch to ihe'tafia? c'ns-i It w is a mn?tetly ef fort, honor to the fr'wd ainf heart of the uu thor By the way, fri'-nd Bennett, are. you ac quainted with the Kev ProfessorT lie is a man o exceeding modesty, aud i? not, therefore, as widelj kn >wti as lie might otherwise be?but he 1C< undoubi edly Ihe soundest divine and most nutaphysica writer which our country can b"ast He is, in fact the author of ihe NTew School Theology, g'uerullj attributed to Dr Taylor. The hotel?/ire rapidly filling up w iih s'rangen from all par's of the country. Those who wish ti obtain go'd accommodations, should make arrangements a week at least be fun hand, as the best roomare usually -ecired some days before commencement. Strangers from abroad will find agreeable stopping places at the Pavilion ,md Tontine. In the politeness of their hosts, the ready attention of waii ers, and excellence of accommodations, they are surpassed by none in the country. The Pavilion, though at some distance f rom the centre of busiueae, has the advantage of a tine sea breeze, and a delightful prospect of the harbor Dr. Bushnell, of Hartford, delivers an address before the Alwnai on WidociAqr moraine, and Dr Sprague before the Phi Beta Society in the evening of the s.ime day. Commencement is held on Thursday in the Centre Church, 'this Church lintbeen recently entirely remodelled within, and in the beauiy ot its internal arrangement, the richness, elegance and taste displayed in the pain'ingand or laments, it tar exceeds any thing ot the kind in the State. In politics little is doing Amid all the re verses in other parts ?f the country, the Whigs here stand unbroken. The President gave us the slip on his recent tour to Hunker Hill Unless he should make a call in person, or sends "Aliasuerut," soon, he cannot receive an overwhelming majority in thiscity. Our city, so celebrated for its beauty, has lost none of its attractions ot late. In Meadow street, iVtiv? T. is yet the reigning belle, and whtle the Mies H's are still blooming as ever, on Chapel street, ih^ bright eyes and rosy cheeks of MissB. and VV. havt lo.-t none ot their attractions. A splendid concert wiil be given by the Eethooven club on Thursdaj evening, besides several private ones duihig the week. Russell's concert, given some three weeks since, is spoken of 111 the highest terms of commeu dation. May we not expect another vi&it trom him soon 1 P. Canada?Montreal Athletic Games?We re joice to observe that I he good old English fashion, revived in the mother country, of the periodical concourse ot the youth and manhuod of all classes in athletic sports, has extended to Canada. Nothing u more likely to promote kindly teelinir, to invorate health, and to supply a wholesome interest and ex citement, in lieu of immoral stimulants The Montreal sports are fix<-d for the 13th and 14th of next month, and the announcement includes a haudsom^ list of prizes, sufficient, we ho|ie, to excite emulation, and the most resectable patronage, a sufficient guarantee of order and tair playIt gives us much satici action to see, by advertise ments trom the Commissioners of Crown Lands Office, that a large ireportion of the Clergy Reserve in each district is to be sold this year. This is a great public benefit, as the reserves compost some ot the best land in the ceuntry, which woulH long ago have bren purchased if offered tor sale, and being in large blocks, hasdivided extensive settlements. All we wunt is emigration Whatever ihey may have in other di-lricte, here we have verv few Rt pealrrs, Orang-m-n, or Kadicals?no a'urui orators to tell our people hour miserable they are in naving us a country a? lies out ol doors, and i)i< best of luvva to protect them in it.?Western Ex itrctt Toronto?On Monday evening last, about hail ;iast <> o'clock, a fire broke out in the rook house in rear of the brick tavern kept by Richard Woods, in >olbnne btreef. late Market lane. The building: destroyed are the cook-house, where the fire broke >ut, and two stabler? The brick tavern kept by Woods, is also much iniured. Wo understand tha' it is the property of Mr Oxlev, and that it is not in- ! ured. We reitiet exceedingly the severe ca!nmit> that befel Mr. Thomas I)ixon, the son of Mr. Dxon, minter, of Church street, who Icll beueath a liiasie nt burniiifr timbers, in the midnof his exertione ? The poor fellow's face and hands ate dreadfully l/urnt, and he now lies in a dangerous state, and in extreme agony.?Colimiti. The Journal de Quebec gives a very favorabb account of the agricultural prospects ot the parishes on the lower bt Lawrence, hi the raunties ol Rimouski and Kamarcuska, thcte. had heen genial rains; but in the county ol I/Inlet and ih some parishes of the counties above, the tanners had suffered trdm drought. A' St. Audr", oa the 1st iust uit. there was frost, but not such as to do any mischief. From St. John, Port Joli, the hay cro, ire reported iieavy, and i-ota'oes, where, not planted oo early, promising. The little wheat sown, 1< ol. d well so lar, aud oate and barley gave promise ol treat abundance. Barley harvest has commenced in the county ol louville. We have been requested to state, that His Exoel. ency the Governor General has contributed ?26, hroughthe Rev. W. P. McDonouqh, for the buildng of the Catholic Church in St Catharines. It vill be recollected that the destruction of the late luirch wm8 the work of an incendiary, and we unlerstand that great progress is bwing made with the iresent edifice ?Tbiorito Examiner Major General Sit Richard Affnstropg, arrived n Toronto, on Tuesday, by the steamer Princest toyai. Hamilton, Am. 4 ?Thic Cro ?We It-urn from ill quarters", thai the pro?i*ct < f *n abundant hardest i* most cheering. We are now in the middle nl the wheat harvest, and although thin in aon)*localities, it is larue aud fall in the head, and promises to yield more than average crop. Rust, uwing to the severity of the winter, is complained >t in some patches, hut, cm the whole, the. aggregate will be abundant. Burlhoton Bay Canal.?The railroad trom th?nountain to the bearh is now completed, and th' muling of the stone has commenced. A e re ? luaatity of timber has been delivered, und every arangement made to proceed in the work with ?igor. rhe new canal is to be made on the site of the old me. The south pier will form the breaat work for he protection of the new wo'k v Inch is to be laid lown. The norih wall is to be removed, and th< anal widened to about one hundred and sixty feet Hamilton and Port Dover ?Caledonia bridge iver the Grand River, is now completed, and is alow ed to be one of the most elegant and best contracted works in the western section of the prorinre. The lighthouse at Port Dover is nearly finished, ind the works in the harbor are proceeding with ictivity The grading for the plank road between Hamilton ind Port Dover la finished, unri will be planked iver to the bridge before winter seta m Th? work >n the Port Dover side is proceeding rapidly ?Jour ial and Etpreit. Ykllow Fcvca?Ciiiritt HotriTAt.?Report for the wo day* ending Sstnrday an<J Snn.l <y evening*: Saturday. Sunday. Admitted 9 IS " of yellow fever 3 Discharge*) # II or yellow re?er u ? Deaths 'J ' " of yellow fe?er 'J 'J Remaining V. Fe?er p?ti?rit?. 10 10 Stabbing Affray.?On Saturday night three roung men nt this c>iy, hdward Whitney, H. 1). ^oo'hiind Peter D. McSfabb went into Wolverton'a avern in Washington street, and after drinking hi he bar a*ked for beds The osiler, M?K?wn,who vas left in charg- <>l the bar room, told them that a hey were transient customers th*y must iwy in ?dan'1* for their beds?this they refused to do, and on flcKown ordering them out,a set ffl ensued bet we* a ilni and Whitney, in the midst ot which IV>otn iruck McKowu in the side with a knile. McK is 1 a v?ry critical state, and his physicians are not atisfie t that he it yet out at danger. Booth is in jail, and Whitnry and McNabh are Ut on bail in the hum of $500 eath.?Albany lailf. Navai..?The U.S. Schooner L?ale, S. Mloorl fyane, nnd store ship Relief, wre on the roast or | California June 1st LD. Price Two Cents. ' ' ' *^-*-r"'?- ~ Thb Crops?Whrat in Michioa* ? V?M.ty or the .St Joskphs.?This fertile region is b I rased with a production exceeding even the abundance of former yearn. The Nilea Republican ot the 6c'i irut says: ? ' " The farmers hav<* had moat delightful weather for harvesting, und ihe wheat in nearly all housed in the best order. It is predicted that more wheat in raised in tba St. Joseph valley this vear than at 1 ?nv previous one We huve seen fiaids containing (>00 acres, and one farmer on Terre Coil*"*, with hia . tenants has cut 1 20(1 acr^s. We have nevr seen * ( l?ftt?Tirop in an) oountrv thin ?h* Si. loaeph vali l.*y turn)out this n?a*oa most fields averaging from I i- r uiy .?? ?uny uuiin ifi ?i? in*' ucrr i ?i r u'i#ntiiv - I of (or *il? in thi* valley U iaeatim bie if . I buyers know th<-irown iutereiir, they will mike 'hw i their Btuiiua. We hav*- h?en told that Terre Ct?|i!?e 1 . alone will turn out 160 (X10 hughels. If tito?e wiah' | .iiRto |??ichaa?* lartns will visit thu valley ow before " | harvest lime, they will never have in itching to go ' | any 'ar'her " I CftACTAiTiftTK Co: nty, N. Y.?The labt Fredania ' <>tisor Hays:? r " The new? oF (lie wheat orop is favorable from all quartern, and h farther tall in the price i* expect' ed Largt* arnntnts are uow brought down the lake. ? This crop inthU vicinity loons well, exeepr some ' piec-aol h'prin*f wheat, which has been injured by the late dry weather C5orn look* well, not with' standing we have had Irosta eyry inonih, iha< tar At Charlotte, we understand a troar Jam weok did ' considerable damaee to the crops." I A ftKRiMAN CoHNT?<"aPTAtN OP A WfiSTStm **teamkr ?A correspondent ol the Louisville Journal mve< the h llowing dcgctipiion of an individual whom he met on an excursion on the W-stera rivrs:? W. are now out oi Fever river, nnd again hr< aatI inir the imelilv ni WjIIi in in iIim ?".hm ?nd I'll introduce you to ih?? cap'atn, alias the Count Hamrihy?11 live, full Moeded Hunirarian i'ount?im mistake. He wna one ?f the life guards if tl?t- Emperor o| Austria, iiu intimate of flu' ynunu j D'ikf* of Keidistndt, l*ritw*rrs Ksterhnzy and Me.t i it-ruirh, whom he sucre* moul bountifully; nnd in | consequence of hi* participation in the Polish revoI lufion, whs expatriated, and instead of being a capI tain of horse ani'tigsi t>rtn< ? m and peurs, is now, 'nlH>*! a cnptiiin ot ihe veriest epitome of staam \ boats, hmnngst pilots and pedlars. " Tempora mutantur '-t nosmutamur cum Ult?." lie is a man of extensive information, a fund of ! anecdote, and his history is replete with romance. | Picture to yourself a man of about thirty five, with a bold hazel eye, broized complexion, regular features, raven hair, and the handsomest teeth you ever saw, surmounted with a magnificent moustache, habited m a green cloth op-ra cap, with a i Hungarian jacket, doited with frogs, lace work and j tassels, thrown loosely lik" a mantle, over Ins I shoulders, bis feet decked off with a pair of fied | river mocca-ins, sparkling with bead* and flowers, j and a meerschaum in his mouth, some nix leet long, with a curious antique bowl, emitting a cloud of kirme klutiik (the bark ot the red willow, which the Indiana dry and smoke), and that ia the Count. Immoueratk Dhinkiv; ?The number of glasses of the waters which the visitors of Saratoga should drink, is regulated by ihe taste or capacity of the per son who takes them. The following story ia told in a letter from Paratoaa. of a recent date :? A friend inform*; ma that 1 have fallen much belsw the mark in my last letter, in speaking of twenty glaaaea of Conprea-t water as an extraordinary draught?a lady friendofhlahaving recently ?wallowed aixty three glasses in the courie ef one day ! I' might be suggested te thia lady that ahe would nave much luhor and time, if aha would allow one ol the men who dip hottlea in the apring juat to link her to the proper depth till she Ailed. *The ob iect minht be accomplished very tft?ctivoly and speedily by thia proceaa. Latest from Matamoras?The schooner EmMem, Captain K-nny, airived here lust even in*, left Matamoras on Friduy, the 2S?h ult , reports business dull, but the town healthy Great rejoicings Had taken place there a lew days before, on a< count X the adoption of the new constitution of Mexico. General Woll whs in Matamoras, and but few warlike pre ^rations were s?*en or spoken of; still it wss >elieved Mexico nev?r would consent to the indeendence of r-xa.? Nothing important had occurred of iM'e on th'- Rut del Norte frontier.? N O. Hrrutd. jUJV, Second Li 10?'The Ships of this line will hereafter leave New Vork eii the 1st, and Havre on the 16th of each month, aa follows, viz :? From Nrnr Vnai. From Harar. New Sliiji ONKIDA, ( Ut .March. t 16th April. I aptaiu < Ut July. < 16th A ugust. June* Knnck. r Ut November. f 16th December. 8!iip BAF.TI.SiORK, I ui April. i IGth .May. ('aptaiu < 1st August. l?i?? September. Kdward Fuiirk.r Ut December. f Kills January. Chip 17TICA, t 1st May. I 16th June. Cajitain < 1st September < ,'trh October. ! rrderirk Ifewitt. ' 1st _.inu ?ry. ( Ifith Febmery. New ship St. NICHOLAS ( 1st Jane. l I6*li July. 'aptaiu < Ut October. < 16th November. J- D. Pell, f 1st February. * ICtii March. Thi< accommodations of thee* snip* a* not surpassed, com bitiiiiK all 'hat may be required for comfort. The ^.ric< of c? liiii |>><*safe is $100. Passeuxrr. will K supplied with every t?* <<ou<Is intended fc.r th<>ae vessels will be forwarded by the sub. icribers, fr.> from any <'her than tti- expense* acfally incurred on 'h-m. Kor freight w passage, sri'ly 'o BOY t< k HIN''KEN. Agenn, J< Jj" No. 9, Tontine Building, or Will mil WiMiti DOCTOR BBLL. T~)OC rOR BKLL iltrotii his personal attention (d?ilv, until i0 I' M i 10 the removal of private dsease* in every ?tste. .41! mifr?riniE under protracted cun, .isgniratsd or un <ui-cessfully treated bv inexperienced or pretended prectition' r??those I-boring under the destructive effects of rnereurv or iu.u k uos'rrins, and all who susjxict the rem\ins of disease Imkinz in the system, may consult Dr. B. always with a guax! ut* of a run . r?i ins contemplating marriage, who have beau the sub jects of d*lica?e diseases, may coinult Dr. Bell with honorable iionfule ice. I'ost paid letters, daacribuigth* esse of iwrsona at a distant, have his prompt attentiuu. Dr. B.'s iivatire-'t never ?jpo?es U suspicion, and is well known to be safe and parmanent. I /"-Prirateoflioee B7 Cedar street, two doors from Broadway, nu 12 Im'ec TO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALKHH IN I WOOLLENS.?Henry .Vijei I Hiisherol Cloths, I at?i meres, Satinets, Sir comer nt Laight and Washington St., V. V respectfully informs the manufacturers and dealers in .Voollens, that his establishment is now m successful oiierv lioii, and that he is prepared to esecnte witll promptness all or <lers in his line that may be confiiled to him. Siwcirntmt ot his workmanship ma/ be seen on application to the gentlemen wfc.jse iatnes are annex-d, and to wh<>m he has liberty to rel-ir. He >lso refers to the following remark op?>:: his workmanship at the Fair at the AmettPfui ln\'ituU. Till. (iOI.D MEDAL his l>eeii awarded to 11. Mii.e ' 'oi tie- in.^st beaotifttliy finished Cloths. I'assimeres, ami Satinet*, displayed at ll.e law 'thibition ; the limtitnte li ire >t,ii? Income their testimony to the i>eitertion of the art, by which N'r vligeon has augmented [ me of the most importanl . lives f the mjntil'actunmt wealth ol tlie United States, by adding, it a r. i y trifluig < < ?'. t om ten to fifteen pet cent tc the value f '.lie cloths ?n 'milted 10 his process of finishing and preparation i'he bnllia .t tinislt and silky smoothness ol the cloths prejiaied, must satialy every one who will egamino Ihrin, ol the gnat superiority ( | the process panned by Wr Migeon. Maiiulacturers and lb porters will d* well to acquaint ihemselves by personal <??nn nation with the merit ol bla invention. Orders may b" left st N..? t;3 and fH Hue ?t, UEKEIfKNCKS If slated, Haines Si ('<>? 1J Nassau street. Lamliert & Wolcott, S3 Piua street. W. C. Lancley Si Co., *4 firattm*. Wilson, Hntler Si Co., 37 William street,' * D. II re* ham, #0 Finest. jy?Jm*r PARIS BOOTS AND LASTS MADE TO OKDEH BY K. SUSER, 175 Broatlwny, (Basement,) one door fromf'onrtlandf street. K. SI'SKR. B )otmak?rf uid roik^r vf Liiti, tn " Klvt^'of il'Tce ofrarit, !* ** lea r* to iiitorin hit fri"ixk md all the amateurs < I i clmuuun," that h' cm now make, in New \ nrk will, the t>n*t French material*, all that i* in | erft?cily mm'-. 11. Paiii, by hi* master .he elebratrd bootmaker ' lerre. wh,.t? uniMrau otiitooier* on rhi* (id*of the Atlantic are reepecifolly invited to try 817SKR'H boots ami lasts before they despair or beitig chtusM*' in New Vork after the nicest, lau*! Pans rafhion Also, the genuine Paris Jet Black Varnish sold. j>2>! 1 in ec 0 ROOT "AND HIIOR 8T()RK~ JOHN KKADY respectfully informs hit friend* ami the public that ho lias commenced business in the above line, at No. 90 Nassau street where l>* wilt ibankrolly receive ami laithfullv ciecute, all order* he may be favored with on the most reasonable terms for rash j vWr ~~ MANUFACTORY. " OF CUT. PLAIN AND MOULDED OLA8S. 0 ?ery description. French and Knglish Porcelain, astral, i, ,ol?r warranted, girandoles of superior quality, 1 o the public in general, which ire in the habit of paying extraordinary prices for the above articles?it is a great discovery to deatrri, hotels, steamboat*, ship-masters, ana families, that they can get supplied at very moderate prices, at Stouvenel * Brother* glass manufactory, No 29 Gold street, or st their d?pot, No. J John street, near Broadway, Ooods sent to in any part of the country free. All articles matched to pattern*, ana glvs cut to order. Wholesale and retail f.'all and satisfy yourselves about quality and pnen*. aul Im'ec J_ STOIVENkL fc BllOl HF.R1 pROTON WATER?DA V '1 FIRST PREMIUM INv' DIA RUBBER HOSE >* confidently recommended for any purposes for which leather is used.aud i* warranted to possess tl?p following pro|>erti?'s 1st?It is perfectly tight under pressure of the ( roton 2d ? It ii made of the stmngeat fabrics, and will not mildew to inline in tbe le*?t. and requires no attention. Jd?It is not destroyed by coming in contact with oil or grease, nor stiffened hy cola weather, nor can the rnbher decompose, a* inferior article* ara in no case used. Should the least complaint be made of the Ho?e not possessing the al>o*e properties, it will lie taken back, at any time inside of si* months from it* purchase, and other given in eichange without charge. Ith?4'oupling and jet pipea will he attached without charge. Puyera will note that we are clearly satisfied thst t'll* lioee (the process of making which is unknown to any other i?_the traiie) i* inn tin- r>rin-ii> IOI1K wanted lor ii-?iiiii?w;j"> t?. ..ihi-r liquid,. HOHA'T H. DAY, ( jy)7 lm*r Snccrnor to Rotbory I. K. C , i> M?iihib Jm?

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