Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 17, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 17, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX.~No. 334 ?Whole No. 3430. To the Public. THK NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?publiihed every day of the year except New Year's day and fourth of July. Price 3 oenta per copy? or $7 26 per annum? postages paid?cash in advance. THK WEEKLY HERALD? publiihed every Saturday morning?price cent? per copy, or $8 13 per annum? post s^cs paid?caih in advanoe. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald if over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increai ing fast. It hat tk? largest circulation oj any paptr in thii city, or the world, and is, therefore, the best channel for hu tiness men in the city or country. Price* moderate?cash n advance. PRINTING of all kind* executed at the most moderate prices, and in the moat elegant sty leJAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor or tiik Hkrald Ektabluumrnt, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassuu streets. AGENTS. 1 ne following is a list of agents for the Herald, where subscriptions will be received, and single numbers are found lor sale:? Bint on, Mass Messrs. Redding Si Co. Philadelphia, Pa Messrs. Zieber tc Co. Baltimore, Md Wm. Taylor. Washington, D. C Do. Buffalo, N. Y T. 8. Hawks. New Haven, Conn T. H. Pease. Hartford, Conn J. W. Judd, Albany, N. Y Geo. Jones. Troy, N. Y Levi Willard. Lanxingburgh, N. Y A. Lewis. Newark, N. J . U Hinith. Catskill. N. Y H Rswn. Peokskill, N Y T. Monkhouse Sing Sing, N. Y S. Bard. New Orleans, La J.C. Monrsn. Cincinnati. O Robert Cam ah a v Paterson, N. J Matthew Dougheity. Rochester, N. Y.......... .A- Jones. K.lizabulhtotvn, N. J Samuel Crane. New Brunswick. N. J William Solomon, Ht. Louis, Mo Woodward li Mathews. Charleston, S.C Amos Head. Hudson, N. Y George Clare. Augusta, Ga H.A.Holmes. Mobile, Ala M Boullemel Poughkeepsie, N. Y Levi Smith. Trenten, N.J J. Raunsiey. Louisville, Ky W. A. Haldeman. Wheeling, Ya K. C. Brookman. New London, Con S.tiO. Rogers. Utica, N. Y J. B. Loat Nashville, Term A. Billings. Syracuse, N. Y James Robertson. Bridgeport, Ct 9. W. Hatch. Jackson, aim*.. J. w warn. Yickshurg, Miss ,, .. .Mn. E. A. Parker. Nhw Bfdionl. Mas* A. Robinson. Providence, R. I John Green. Worcester, M.tas L- Thompson. Nantucket. Mats J. P. Hnssey. tejb Yearly subscription to the Daily Herald, $7 2ft, BndTor a shorter period at the same rate. The Weekly Herald, $325. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHITS, Of 1200 tons ami 410 horse tmwfr Mch. Appointed by lb* Admiralty to sail between Liverpool and Boston, callins at Halifax land and receive PaajtuisfJigws and Iler Majesty's Mails. HIBERNIA, Captain Charlei H. E. Judluus. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward O. Lott. ACADIA, Captain Alexander Ryrie, BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. Will sail Tor Boston ria llalilax, From Boston. From Liverpool. Acadia, Ryrie, ltith August. 19th July. Hibernta, Judkins, 1st Sept. 4t!i August. Britannia. Lott, 16th do 19th do These *bip? carry experienced surgeons, and are supplied with Frances' Patent Life Boats. I'ass.nfe to Liverpool S120?To Halifax $20. No bertli* secured until paid for. For passage apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr., Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall St., New York. DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, sT&Qa&WiiV See.?Persons about remitting money to their friends in the "old country," can be supnlied with Drafts, in sums of 1. 2. 3.5.10. " ?jo (Jt ?jo, or any amount, payable on demand without ifisconiit or any other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland, iTovincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Unit, Son & Co., Hankers, London, I. Banied St Co., Exchange and Discount Bulk, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, Sir Win. Forbes Hunter St Co.( Scotland, and t he branches in every post town throughout England. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by the steamers Great Western or Hibernia, by W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Sly, corner South St. N. B.?All letters from the country must come post paid. jyllr ? - DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, /mMBDltc.?which ran be seut by the steamship >^ftllC!MW'aACADIA, sailing from Boston on the 16th r-TjTu of August. mriP'V ilKAa We have at all times for sale Drafts at sight for any amonnt, drawu direct on the KoTal Bank of Ireland, Dublin. Also, on Mensrs. I'reacott, Grote, Ames kCo., Bankan. London, which are paid free of risk or any charge whatever in every l'rovinca and County, besides all the. inland towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, thereby answering the same purpo? as Bank of England Note*. Apply to or address, if by ^ROTHF.RS k co? 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. S.?R. B. it Co., hare a regular succession of first class shtos sailing weekly Irom Lirerpool. Those sending for their rel%iT?<i will find it their interest to hare them brought out t hrn?|h us. Out of our firm, Mr. James D. Roche, is there to forward passfngen with care and de?i>alch. For passage apply as above, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Goree Piazzas, au5r Lirerpool. NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKET8. To sail from Nsw York on the 25th and .Liverpool ou the 13th of each month. m m m h *o?i Nrw ? unit. Ship ROSCH'S, Captain John Collins, 25th July. Ship SID DON S, Captain A. B. Cobb, 25th August. Ship SHKRIDAN. Captain F. A. Dereyster. 25th Sept Ship OARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 25th October. From Lirrnrooi.. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 13th July. Ship GARRICK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSCll.'S, Captain John Collins, 13th September. Ship SID DONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13lh October. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements as combine great speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $75. These ships are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every' exertion to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sejit by thein, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. F or freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS St ( O., 5? South St., N?w York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY St CO., Liver|iool. Letters by the packets will be charged 12*4 cents i>er single sheet ; 50 cents per ounce, and newspaiwn I cent each. jy7 ec THE NEW LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. M. M. M. M. New Ship LIVERPOOL. 1150 tons, f }?!|; fcber. John (Manage. i ,6U, Apri, New .hip QUEEN OF THE WEST, \ '?[[' 12S0 tons. Philip P. Woodhousa. \ '^y 1' Ship ROCIIESTER, 860 ton.. ij Johu Oritton. SltithJune. Plup HOTTINOUER, 1050 ton., ? Ira Bandy, WhJuly. Those substantial, Out tailing, t"ir?t alas* ahipi, ill built in the city of New York, are commanded hy men of experience and ability, and will be disimtchcd punctually on tlw 16th of each month. Their cabiui are elegant and commodious, and ve furnished with whatever can conduce to tlw oast" and comfort of paasengM. Neither the captains or owner* of these (hip* will be responsible for any parc-la or pnchsgea sent by them, unless regular bills 1.idi,iK are si|tn"d therefor. For freight or i?M?r aj'ply to WOODITOLL k MJNTVRNS, ...... South Street, New York, , or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS ?c CO., at Liverpool. OLJ) HMO LlVLKJ OM, PACKETS. jMfe: ^TiToi.D I.Irs , ol rackets for Liverpool will herealter he -1 despatched in the following order, excepting thst whan tlie sailing day falls on Hnnday, the ship* will sail on the succeeding day, vi*:? .. ? . _ I' rom .New Yo*k. From Liverpool Th? CAMBRIDGE, CJuna 1 July 19 DM) torn. <Qet. I Nov. t<i W. C. Burrow, (F*b. I Mar. 19 Th* KNOT,AND, I Jim* 19 An*. 7 750 tons. \ Oct. 19 Dec. 7 ft. Bartlett, f t*>h. 19 April 7 The OXFORD, \-Mv I An*. 19 Win tona, < Nny. I Dec. 19 J. Rathbone, r March I April 10 Th* MONTEZUMA, (My 19 Sept. 7 I00U tons. ii^or. 19 l?n* 7 A. 1). Lowher, f M irch 19 May 1 The F.UROrF., I Aug. il Sept. 19 618 ton*, < D*c. I .Ian. 19 F* O. Furher, f April I May 19 Th* NF.W VOHK, (new) (An*. 19 Oct. 7 950 Ions, < D?c. lii Feb. ^ T. I>. Cropper, / April I!) Jnne 7 Tli* SOUTH AMERICA,! iS.pt. | Oct. 19 650 tons, <J?n, 1 Feb. 1 K. O. Bail*y, (May | .Inn* 19 Th* COLUMBUS, (9*1*. 19 Not. 7 700 tona, . <>l|li. 19 Mar. 7 (i. A. Col*, f May 19 July Those ship* art not lurpMtml in point of rlrganc* or com for' in tli*ir cabin accommodation*, or m thair faat Bailing qoalitie* liy ?iiv r*a??l? in the trine. The commanucrs are well known aa men or character anil sperience. and th* strictest attention will always he paid to promote the comfort and coiiTanienca of pnsseosers. Punctuality, ai regards th* day of sailing, will be obferred aa heretofore. , . , The price of passage ontward is now Inert at SerentyFire Dollars, for which ample stores of *rery desariptlon will bo lie fiirtiitheil liy th? *t*w?rd?, if required. Neither the cnpt.nu or owner* of these iliip* will he reopnn * nible for ?nv letten, parcels, or imrkneii ?ciit hv them linleaa regular bill* of lading are aigned therefor. For freiulit or pannage, apply to OOODinTJE k CO, fit Sonth ?t. Jy u E NE NEW p 7cEo?v TT^ag tg- DAILY EXPRESS ^rlT^'^r FOR ALBANY, TROY, CHICAGO and theCANADAH. 1 he feUiiscribtMa completed the r .irr.iiiK?aiiu?iiU with J''?.} UJlde * Luiu of otwunboaU. on the North liivcr, and tin* Rail Koad < oiiijMiiin \v??t of Albany for running their KvprAs tif 11 T?f 1843, an Kxpreat will leave i their office, No. 3 \Y all itireet, N?w York, every evening, at quarter to 7 o'clock, ui ???" iiouicu aim iiHcniieinate places. ? . IMPORTANT. I* or the greater safety and security of all valuable and money packages entrusted in tlieir care, tliey hare Salamander Iron Safes on board of the steamboats, in a strte room occupied exclusively by themselves, and the messenger in charge sleeps in the same room with the iron safes,into wliich all such padkages arc placed. POMEROY & COMPANY, ml ec No. 2 Wall street. , -^^HARNDENj^?f^ & co ,g 4EMT"WENGLISH. FRENCH, BELGIAN AND AMERICAN EXPRESS, GENERAL FORWARDING AND COM MISSION HOUSE. HARNDEN St CO. will receive and forward by their daily Express t'ars, S|>ecie, Bank Notes, Pack tees and Parcels, to .my 1 part of the United States or Canada*, aud by the steamer* and I packets t?i any part of Kngland, Ireland, Scotlaud, Belgium or F ranee. Particular attantinn ii paid to the purchase or sale of all descriptions of merchandise, collecting anil |wying Drafts, Notes, and Bills, to the entry of merchandise at the Custom House, and to the general transaction of any and all kinds of forwarding aud commission business. Bills of Exchange in sums to ' suit, furnished on St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. a., or ou any part of Europe. All goods must he marked "Harden & Co." Foreign Post Office Letter Bags are made up for all the Royal Mail Steamers from Boston, aud the strainer and sailing packets from New York. Principal offices and agents:? Messrs. Wilmer and Smith, 32 Church street, Liverjiool, , England. Messrs. Maclean, Maris It Co., 3 Abchurch lane, Loudon. Messrs. Emerson It Co., Paris and Havre. Samuel Haiglit, Esq., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. and J. G. Woodward, S?. John, N. B. I A. W. Godfrey, Halifax, N. 8. J . G. Woodward, New Orleans, La. Messrs. J. B. Sazernc & Co., Havana. IlinwU & Cn 11,,,. All goods mint he marked "Harden & Co. ' N. B.?Harnden & Co. are alone responsible for the loss or injury of any article*, or property of any description committed to their care; nor it any risk assumed by, nor can any he attached to the New Jersey Steamho.it Navigation Compauv, by which their cratea are, or may be transported; nor the "New York, Providence, and Boston Railroad, or the Bostun and Providence Railroad Corporations, in ri'.iifct to the.ir contents at any time. HARNDEN & CO., Jy 12 r No. 3 Wall st., New York. NFW YORK figftgn schoolky^ MOVNTA.N^^^ nMSy^Via K. and Somerville It. Road For Schooley's Mountain, leave pier No. I ixuui riv?'i, at 8W o'clock, A. M., daily, (Sundays exceoted) by steamboat to Efizabethpo rt; or leave tha foot of <'ourtland street at 9 o'clock A. Si., by ii. J. Railroad to Eiizabethtowu, thence connect with the cars for Somerville coaches, thence 20 miles to the Mountain?arriving early in the afternoon. For Easton leave as above, proceed by railroad to Somerville, coaches from tkence (only 31 miles) arriving iu Eastou at G o'clock. This route,'on account of the short distance by coaches, making it by far the most pleasant and ex)>editioits, commends itself to public patronage. Mr. Sanderson, the proprietor at Somerville, has provided himself with carriages and horses to accommodate private parties with extras at the shortest notice, and on reasonable terras. For seats apply to H. D. Hope, Merchant*' Hotel, 41 Courtland st. . Passengers from Philadelphia to Schooley's Mountain, will leave Philadelphia at 7 o'clock, A. M., by New York railroad iirfe to New Brunswick. Splendid coaches from hence, arriving at the mountain early same afternoon. .1 2m* r SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAI jROAD LINE DIRECT, Via Nkwarii, Nkwbhukswic*. Princeton, Trknton, bordcntown ann burliniston. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leaving New York daily fiorn the fixit of Courtlandt st. Morning Lin* at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at I*. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordeutown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening 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, w ill be ia rcaiunm, wim uaggage crate* on boanl. Philadelphia baggage crates ar? conveyed from city to city, wihout being o|ienedby the way. Each train is provided with a car in which are ap&rtmenu and dressing roouu vipreasl)" for the ladies' usa. Returning, the linen leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The line* for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7ijJ A._ M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of the lines from New York. jy28 3m*ac My >? && NEW V(MiK AND HAVUE 1'ACKKTH. Second Lina?The Ships of this line will hereafter leave New York oil I he 1st, and Havre on the lot li of each month, a* follows, vix :? From New Von*. Fiiom Havre. New Ship ONEIDA, C 1st March. C 16th April. Captain _ < 1st July. < 16th August. Jame* Funck. f 1st November, r ltith December. Ship BALTIMORE, 11st April. ( 16th May. Captain _ < 1st August. < IGth September. Edward Kunck. r 1st December, f Kith January. ShipUTICA, t 1st May. I 16th June. Captain < 1st September < lt'.tli October. Frederick Hewitt. 11st January, f 16th February. 1 NewshipSt. NICHOLASl 1st June. ( ltith July. 1 Captain < 1st October, t 16th November. J- B. Tell,? 1st February, f 16th March. The accommodations of ihase shi|>s are not surpassed, com billing all that may be required for comfort. The price of ca bin passage is SI00. Passengers will be supplied with every re 1 qnisite with the eiception of wines and liquors. ' (?ood* intended for these vessels will lie forwarded by the sulv 1 cribers, free from any other i than the ei|*ensea actually in- . curred on them. For freight or passage, apply to BOYD &. HINCKEN, Agents, je25 ?c No. 9. Tontine Building, cor. Wall anil Water sts 1 BL ACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVER- , PACKETS FOR LIVERPOOL.?Only regular jSMMCai arket ship and sails on Saturday, the 10th August.? The new and remarkable fast sailiugfivorite packet ship NEW YORK, burthen 1050 tons, Captain Thomas B. Cropper, will sail positively as above, her regular dav. The accommodations of this magnificent |>acket for cabin, 2d cabin, and steerage passenge/s, it is well known are unsurpassed by urn' otlwr vessel afloat. Those visitiag the Old Country will find it their interest and comfort to select this desirable conveyance. For terms of passage, which will be very low, and 1 those wishing to choose the best Ixtrths, early application should be made on board, foot of Beekman st., or to the sub- , scriber*. r ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO.. 1 35 Fulton street. New York, next door to theFulton Bank. 1 Note.?Passengers will please hear in mind that tjje packets of , this Line sail punctually as advertised, therefore,will meet with no disappointment in selecting the above packet. P. S. The New York sails Troin Liverpool on the 7th of Oc- J toiler. 1 Persons sending lor their friends can have them brought ont in her or any of the packets comprising this magnificent and uu- ] equalled Lina, sailing from that imrt on the 7th and 19th o( ' each month. For passage apply a* above. 1 The packet shin Columbus will succeed the New York, and sail for Liverpool oc the 1st of September, her regular day. an8 ec LONDON LINE PACKETS-Packet 20th Aug. -T.frLtf'.'l'l'.'.'ri we!? known fast sailing p.vket ship oNbKi?Wh.S rXINHEH, Atwood will sail positively as above, her regular day. Having svlendid accommodations for Cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, those wishing to secure berths should uut fail to make early application on hoard or to W. & ./. T. TAPSCOTT 43 Peck slip, corner South st. Persons wishing to send for their friends can have them brought out by the above favorite, ship, or any of the regular line, on reasonable terms. Those wishing to remit money can have drafts for any amount,payable on demand in all the principal towns in England. aul5 r FOR 111 I, I.. E N <J I. \ N I >- \ tir.t" ,1,., \ in* rjwMRjVcan vessel, now loading, could take a small <iuantity .jewtlWgja f' light freight, if immediate application is made to WOODHULL k MINTURNB, < a!5r 87 South street. ^ iJKg. REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, &c.-The MPp?WsTtbscriber continues to transmit inouey in sums large 1 ivUttakMor small, to |>ersOiis r-sidiug in any part of of Ireland ' in tin- same manner as lie, and his predecessor in business have done f*>r the last thirty years and more ; also, to any part of | England, or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (post raid) to the subscriber, or , personally deposited with him, w ith the name of the person or | persons in Ireland, Engla td or Scotland, to whom it is to be! sent, and nearest post tow n, will lie immediately transmitted, and 'paid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or forI warded to the sender. In like manner money, <or claims on persons in any part of i Ireland, England or Scotland, can lie collected by the subscritier for persons residing in any part nf the United State* or Ca- | nada, and will be paid to I hem accordingly. j|7 im?r OKOHOE McBIPI>F? Jr. 113 Cedarat. FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular packet of the 13th | Angust-ili-jesry sit|<erinr ust tailing packet chip >^||#4l?sI1K1' I- 1K.i. 1 >. Captain l'opliam, will positively tail I as above. _ i Hiving ?err superior accommodations for cabin, 2d cabin and i steerage passengers, persons wishing to embark should make ' early application on board, faot of Maiden lane, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY. i attlflec 100 Pino St., corner of South. | OLD BLACK BALI, LINE OF PACKETS.Packet of the I'tth Angust.?The fast sailing packet ] jfiNHMship NKW YOHK, Captain Cropper, will lie de- t spatehed as aliore her regular day. Her accommodations for I cabin, second cabin and steerigH passengers are unsurpassed.? i Those wishing to secure berths will require to nuke early application to JOHN HKHDMAN, (il South street, near Wall st. I Passage from Lirerpool can as usual be secured m any of the Packet (hip* muling weekly, anP drafts furnished for inv amonnt payable at the National and Provincial Hank of Ireland and Branches, and Messrs. J. Butt, Son & ( <>., Bankers, I,on- 1 don; r.ichange and Discount Bank, Lirer|>onl, and Branches. ' thronghont England and Wales, Greenock Ranking Co., and Eastern Bank or Scotlaud and Branches. For further parlicu- 1 ars apply as shore. jy 21 ec 1'OR OUADALOUPE,?The very superior copB^y^tVi^V'?,?n!lc?VT?'re,l French ship UCSTAVE . Mtilu DOUARD, < apr Negret. Mhe b is very comforts- ' nr titmuMiiuixunni ?> ' For fteiitht or ptaaape apply to BOYD & UINCKK.N. tilSer Tontine Buildum. ror. Wall and Water ata. fcra. FOR N1 W ORLEANS- Star Line-Pint n-Kn- ! packet uliip with deanatch?The aplenHid, well fMr ' - .l.ip KHA.NKLIN, L a pi. Kmnr.ly, < will Mil m abo?e without dclav. Hlie hn aplendul accommodation* for cabin, 2d cabin and ? steerace PMieiiRera, who will ho taken at the very lowest imtna. Thote daairoua of scctirint birthi would do well to malt* aarly { application on hoard the .fiip, an til ec gnsjgg? I pLOTH I'AI'K.K.- , ' jo re? ma 10 by IS, poliahed I 30 do 36 by 4ft do ; 70 Ho 34 br ? and M by 40 do f A mi|ierior article, for tale by i ER8SK It BROOKS, t all ni 61 Liberty (treat. W YO r YORK, THURSDAY M< FOR BUKKALO AND Al.l. I ARTS OK TllK. WtST ASSOCIATION I'ASSAliK OKKICK TO Al.l! A NY. Utica $2 00 Jlochester, $3 00 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 50 0?Wf|{0, 2 25 ^ Up. and Lower Canada 5 50 For im?ia*e anulv to M. L. RAY. n?3 3m 93 Barclay street, New York. ROCKAWAY PAVILION?LONG ISLAND BAIL ROAD. I Trains upon this road l?av? Brooklyn, South H crry, fur Jamaica, where coaches are ill readme** JffiipWjJJ for that delightful resort, the Marine Pavilion, at J!5i?!2ifi!!5L_the following hours, vix Half-past 9 A. M., 4 Vclock and half-past 6 P. M. I Returning, leave Jamaica at 8 A. M., 12 M., and 5 P. M. for , New York. Fare to Jamaica 'in. ; through from llrooklyn to ' the Pavilion, 75 cents. iejl ti \s r NEW A K1!A N(ifcI3.1 KNT. : " FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. ^MTI, sza REGULAR MAIL L1NE-F0R PRO- | V1D E N(' E AND BOSTON, via, STONit? y ivc-i'cv AND NEWPORT?Comiiosed of the fojlowiug superior steamers, running iu connection w ith tlw Stonington and Boston and Providence Railroads :? MASSACHUSETl'S, Capt. Comstock. i RHODK ISLAND, Cal>t Thayer. PROVIDENCE. ] N A RRA(?A NSETT. MOHKOAN. 1 One of which w ill leave New York daily (Sundays except- , ed) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. River, at 5 P. ?1. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for SloniiiKton and Newport, and Friday for 1 Stonington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tues- ! day and Thursday for Stonington, and Saturday for StoniuK- i ton, Newport anu Providence. Passengers, ou the arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will i he immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodious <'ars of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for 1 Newport will proceed in the steamer Mohegan (in superior order) from thence at <i o'clock the following morning, thus : giving them an opportunity of a night's rest on board the steam- I cr Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and then breakfast ou board i the Mohegan. I i ne aiK)*e sieameis nave oeeu inorougmy equippen nnu . prepared to promote celnrity of travel and the comfort ami ?*- I cunty of passengers, and not surpassed ,by any in the United States. Kor passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, apply on board, at north side of pier No. I, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight ageut, on the wharf. ' Tickets for the route and simmers'berths onn be secured on . board, or at the office of HARNDEN Si CO.. No. 3 Wall street I IC7**On and after the 10th inst, freight will not he received ' and forwarded after half-past 4 I'. '1. m9 6tn*m | LAlTEljNTAhlO STEAM-BOAT ivOUTE, ' I FROM ROCHESHSR. I T II H K E S T K AM-BOATS, ( ,oa? The A DM I RAL, for Niagara Kalis direct, . hV *T*ji'i jf?(via Levvistonl daily. The (il)KK, to '1 oronto and Hamilton. I The AMERICA, for Toronto, touching at Cobourgh, Port | Hope, Sit- making a daily communication to Niagara Kalis, Toronto, Hamilton, &<-. A NKVV ROUTE BV WAY OK LAKE ONTARIO. i Passengers can avoid.the Oswego Canal, by taking the Hail- j road from Syracuse to Rochester, and theu take steamboat for , Niagara Falls and Buffalo. 1 The splendid, large and new Steamboat ADMIRAL, Captain I Gordon, one ol the best sua boats that ever lloated on the water | or lake Ontario, will leave Rochester landing every morning, , (Sundays excepted,) at half-past Id o'clock, or on the arrival of the cars from Albany, for Niagara Kails and Buffalo. Through ' fioin Rochester to the. Kalis in 8 hours. I'msen ?ers leaving Sy- ( racuse in the morning at 1 o'clock, will lie at the Kails at B o'clock in the evening, and arrive at Buffalo in time for the morning steamboats up the Lakes. H. FILKlNS, Agent. Office at the Morton House, Rochester. The steamer Gore,Captain Robert Kerr, will leave Rochester for Toronto direct, every Monday, Wednesday and Kriday evening, at 7 o'clock; and will leave Toronto lor Hamilton, every 1 Tuesday, Thursday mid Saturday morning, at II o'clock. The steamboat America, Captain Twoliy, will leave Roches- , ter Landing for Toronto, touching at Cohurgh, I'ort Hope, 1 Bond Head and Darlington, weather permitting, Tuesda)*, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 7 o'clock, P. M. i Rochester, Aug. 8, IMS. aui5 im*r , Lwfll 0Z\ FARE"REiDUc EBT?oR~B RIDGK.POIIT , A ND NORWALK?Landing at Beldeu's ( Fare to Bridgeport. 25 cents. Fare to Norwalk, 12^'cts. j Fare to New Haven, 75 cents. The steamboat .MUTUAL SAFETY leaves Liberty street ' Pier every morning, Sunday excepted, at 6 o'clock, for Bridge- j port and Norwalk, touching at Beldeu's Neck, running in con- j nexion with the Housatotiic Railroad. Returning, leave r Bridgeport at hsif-past 1 P. M., or on the arrival of the cars. New Haven Line?Stages leave Bridgeport immediately on 1 the arrival of the boat. The distance is 18 miles, with fine roads and a beautiful country. Fare to New Haven 75 cents. , Office foot of Liberty street. jylil 1m're URIAH GREGORY, Agent. < ygu REGULAR OPPOSITION KOR BOS- 1 fill . TON. via NEWPORT AND PliOVIW&mmX? DENCE?Kareto Boston $2 50; Deck SI 50; BO Charge for Berths. Newport and Providence SI; Deck 50 cts. The fast sailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain Wm. II. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip, East River, every Monday, Wednesday and Kriday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply on board, or to A. D. PECK, 205 South st. an5 lm* m SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING LINE ft TO~ra?for AI.B VNY AND TROY direct, without fj* i....i...r?the splendid low pressure steamboat S WALLOW. Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Courtlandt 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 uot surpassed ou the Hudson. _au8 ec *A SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE Ay^-r^y^KOR ALBANY. TROY, and intermediate T '?nf sr Landings?Krom the steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. i Leaves Naw York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday j and Kriday. The Troy ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, ' at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newburgh, Hampton, . Poughkcensie. Hyde Park, lthinebeck, U. Red Ilook, Bristol, Catskill, Hudson, Coxsackie and Kinderhook. < The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain S. R. Roe, i on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Au?. Iti. . The new low pressure steamer TROV, Captain A. Gorham, on Thursday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning, A ug 12. I For passage, apply at the office, foot ofBarclay street, or on r board. , Notice.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kind of I'roj>erty, taken, shipped, or put on board ' the Boats of this Linejnust lie at the risk of the owners of such \ goods. au 16 2tr f am PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS i for ALBAN V?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.? r. i, fflf. Through direct?From the steamboat pier between Courtlandt and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted * Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave c Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, ( apt. L. W. Brainard, c will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at seven fi o'clock. <3 Mail Link. . Steamboat NORTH AMERICA. Capt. M. II. Trnesdell, r landing at intermediate places, will leave Monday,Wednesday f uid Friday, afternoon, at 5 o'clock. < The COLUMBIA, Capt. It. G. C rut ten den, Tuesday, r Thursday and Saturday at 5 P. M. ' Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive fin * Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for g lie east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, sre furnished with 1 aeat and elegant State Rooms, and for speed and accoinmoda- I1 tions are unrivalled on the Hudson. ti Kor Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultz , st the office on the wharf. au7 6tr dt? INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPP~OS|. ? gL__rrL^3?TION NIGHT LINE KOR ALUANY I 5C_^fil-aLAND TROY.?THROUGH DIRECT i WITHOUT LANDING?The commodious and substantial , steamboat PORTSMOUTH, Captain O. House, will leave J New York, from the foot of Barclay street, on Thursday, the 3d instant, at 5 o'clock, P. M., arriving at Albany and Troy in r time for the cars going west. Regular Days?Leaves New York every Tuesday, Thursday 1 and Saturday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. ? Leaves Troy and Albany every Monday.Wednesday and Kri- | day afternoon. Freight^ taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. P. S. The above boat has undergone a thorough repair, and I is in hrst rate order. (,2 lm*y ( ?NO, MONOPOLY-FARE REDU(lCD. ? New Independent Opposition Line for Albany t J??al tr direct. I The new and commodious steamboat NEW JERSEY.Capt. R. II. Furey, will leave the foot of Barclay street, New S'ork, " pvery Monday, Wednaaday and Friday evening, at 7 o'clock. r For freight or passage apply on board. E reight taken less ' than tow boat prices. * i ne new jersey is lurnisnea wun elegant (UM rooms, ?n<l ' [or speed and accommodation is not surpassed by any steamboat h mi the Hudson river. 117 , 8TATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT i WIlI'l'KHALI, ST.?'l'lif steamboats

SE^SfcuE-STATKN ISl.ANDERand SAMSON will 1 run as follows until further notiCP 8 l.eare New York 8, !>, 10, II, I, 2, 31*, 5, 6, 7. r Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 1(1, II, I, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7. I,cave NVw York and Staten Island ewry liour *n Sunday. Slaten Island Kerry?foot of Whitehall street, to < liflou di- I rect. The stiwmhoat Hercules will lea?e New York2 P.M.? t Clifton, 4 I*. M. oil Sunday, July lOtli. I'. S.?Kvcnrsion to Kort Hamilton, Sundays etff|i|?l.? Leave Kort Hamilton 7}i A.M., returning from New York, H l.'a I'. M. jll r ,i ^MOidL STATEN ISLAND FERIll i I II I TON, Ni All THK. NARROWS?I'mil li lr SB m,tr further notir*. fh- 2 o'clock trip from White- r lalI (the HTATKN I9LANDKH) will, afto m iking her una! l.ni(linxs at the lioarantine ami Htapleton. proceed to the H ifw wharf -*f Clifton, nair the Telegraph. TneSAMsiON |< a ill leave < 'liffcon wharf for the city, at 4V o'clock. On Sunriayn, tin 2 o'clock trip from Whitehall will proem! lirrrt to Clifton, without touching at the Qu %rantiiie ami Ktatleion, >11(1 flv retmm boat v%ill lt*a>e Clifton wharf at G o'clock t [ 'are 12^ cents. i. This* arrangement will afford ailHightful eicnrsion to fHr " ST;\rrow?, anu ail opportunity of enjoying the ir,i brn/j, ?c??- f lery awl proipect, for which that part of Staten Island it no ce- i ebntt?(l, with ample time for a ramble, and bathing on the sea ? tide. j ?Jwr_ J .MM oa NKW AliKANUKMKNT KOK ? r**]* unni. u'um n\ _ i n?-u . ?i BEE ,Hook, Ocean House an<1 Katontown Landing. tl The m w Hteamboat S11 RF.W8BU1I V, Captain John P. ? L'orlies. will now run a* follow*, on anil after Thursday, 27ih , nst :?leaving New York, from the foot of Robinson street, very Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. I \nil Katontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. t| it in o'clock, A. M. The Shtvwsbury will run a* abovn, weather permitting, uniil further notice. All baggage at the risk of tin- owners. V Fare V\cents. N. H.?Mt<g''? will be in attendance to convey paasengers rrom the aforesaid landing place* to any part of the county re- ^ I ii i rod. , o The hrewsbory will go the inner passage, when practicable, e j*o e _qi?| i Nr.WARK AND NEW YORK.?Far- ti . .J*onl v 12'? < ents '.?The splendid steamer PAHe i, after Jnne Mh, will run as follow*:? ' Leave tlw foot of Barclay street. New \ ork, at 10 A. M., and o I P. M. . g l.e ,ve* the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7X A. M., and wd 1H P. M. , The accommodation* both for r-tssengers and freight have J ft een greatly improved. |( Freight carried at very low rate*. jy 18 3m*ec L ROGKAWAY AND NEW YORK '"''^rT.Sf?~ffc BTAOE?Will nin a* follow* on and alter (j fai|n|y uth jnat. L*ave Hock sway at I A. M7, or iNew t ork, returning leave the Waverly llouse. Broadjay, at 3k P. M. for Rockaway, by way of South Ferry assengers h aving their names at 340 Pearl street, will be none*, ri uafly called for by HENRY CONKLIN, ? lm*r Proprietor. 1 u RK B ORNING, AUGUST 17, Hoadnlclv Ilrmliilwrncvii?No. '4. [Correipondence'ot the Herald.] Saratoga, August 14tli, 1843. Ball*, Conceit, Fireworkt, I'oliticiant, Gunpowder, and good living?Mr. Van Buren, Madame Cattellan, and the state oj the Thermometer. Dkar Sir? T At. - i (m-<8 ?vrr uie spaci intervening net ween me 'orti'e of tV?a date cf my list and this, to dot down the joinga of this place at present. I reached here on Monday last, and have thus liad a week for observation. In that time there tiave been thiee bulls?one at the Untied States ?one at the Pavillion, and one at Congress Hall?a concert by Madame Castellan, an exhibition of fireworks by Edge, of Jersey City, a fight a' Union II.ill and another at the States, any quantity of quiet flirtation, some considerable amount of manoeuvring on the political chess-board by Mr. Van [Juren and his fi iends.several thousands of gallons ol water drank, and not a few hundreds of bottles of ivine. Now for the details:?The ball last Tuesday at he Pavilion was one of the best aHaira of the seaion?there was as much or more beauty than at any >revioi?s bull at any place. Nearly all the ladies are re under thirty, nnd there were not three that ivere not good looking out of 150. The belle of the vening was a Misa C. H. MeC K, trom Hurtlord county, Maryland, a very lovely and amiable young lady, whose first season alike in Saratoga und ihe fashionable world this happens to be She is Herewith her sister, Mrs. MtL n. Capt. McL?;n inade an excellent master of the ceremonies an this occasion. The ball at Congress Ilall on Wcdneaday was a very recherrhr matter; it was well managed in the minutest details, und the presence of Mr. Van Buren Tor a few minutes, drew a number of handsome women and fashionable triflers to the place. The hall at the United States on Friday was a very brilli int one?here also Mr. Van llnren was the 1 on of ihe evPning. The Hon Frank Grander and his accomplished daughter were present, as also the former Mayor ol Jersey City, and his daughters. Several distinguished ex-membera of Congress, a very Few ollicers of the U. S /Vrmy and Navy, and a great number of Mr. VanRureu's political file-lead- ! ?rs from all parts of the Union joined in the witching mazes oi the dance, and for a few hours threw ??id? the trickeries and cares of politics, for the more powerful fascination of woman's charms. It is needless t* particularise?these balls rolled through the evening very much in the manner of other balls that have preceded them, and very similar, I feel certain, to sundry other Saratoga halls that will come al'ier them matter year*. There was much less expenditure in dress, however, than at any provionsly remembered fashionable season here, Bud several of the gentlemen danced in boots and accessaries to mutch?indeed every lady and gentleman seemed to have dressed as best suited their purse, pleasure, or pursuits?a plan that is much more pleasant than any other to a majority of the parties concerned, and one that^s much less trying or troublesome to tailors. Major B of Haitimore, was as good as any master ut the ceremonies an this latter evening. Madame Castellan's last Concert was very fashionably attended, and went oil" with immense trial, is the critics say. There were about a 1!X) persons >resent, at $1 j<er head. Her last piece from 1m Sonnambula was lierally vociferously applauded ? The young gentlemen present from all parts of the Union, made an exceedingly loud noise by rapping heir sticks on the flo?r, and shouting "brivo," "encore," "magnifiqae," tec ; and a few iuvenilely dressed, good looking and good natured old gentlemen, whose wives are well aware that they are "out," were equally enthusiastic. Apropos, of Madame C. Mr. Van Buren is not himself on this subject, for on several occasions he has been known to commit himself warmlv and even raptnrously in praise of her singing; he has even rode out in the same carriage with her, and other ladies and gentlemen; and one day last week, whilst 1 was fishin?j on Saratoga Like for those annoying perch and under-sized sun fi'ih that bite a man's bait nfl" his hook ten times before he gels a bite in realiy, 1 heard th>' most delightful warbling I ever lis:en? d to, in the shape of sublunary sounds, the 'music of the spheres" being an univer.-al excep lion to every thing mundane. Turning round, I law in a boat not far from me Madame Castellan, mother lady, Mr. Van Huren, and a eallant Major torn Baltimore, who shall be nameless; Madame lad been frequently importuned to sing to the ExPresident in private, nnd had pertinaciously relut?d, upon the very proper ground that if she sang for :>ne, she must sing lor all, or give oflence; and this ivaa the way in which the little Kinderhook mngi:ian contrived to induce her tochnnee her view? ipon "sober second thought;" for though she would lot sing for him in private, yet when on the beautiiil t.ake of Stratoga for the first time, she could >ot withhold the tribute ot melodious praise to the works of nature. Who says that Mr. Calhoun Hands the slightest ch nice of getting tjie uomiua ion over Matty next May, after this T The foregoing is sufTicient for one letter. 1 have ibundance of materiel, which I shall deal out gralually to your numerous readers in broken dotes, lay by day The only other faets necessary to itate are, that tbe village now contains about 5,200 tranger*; the United States is crowded to inconveuence; they dine 510 almost daily, and numbers lave to sleep out; thev refuged to take any new :orners on Saturday. Union Hall is also uncomortably cowded; Congress Hall is full; and the 'avilion has only room for about 20 or 30. To be ure, the departures each day nearly counterbalance he arrivals. The above four are the principal hoels, and they are all admirably kept. 1 have been d them all; but for real comfort, quiet, elegant reirenient, good society divested ot the hollowuess nd fickleness of fashion, 1 far prefer the Pavilion t is infinitely the best location in the place, and here is not that eternal noise and racket which preails ut some places, so that one cannot, Casca-like, 'sleep o' utghts;" ii|is close to the best spring in the ilace, and an exact medical walking distance rom Congress Spring, which invalids should drink very morning lasting, in quantitits of not less than lve, and not more than fourteen glasses; though >ne unfortunate gentleman the other day contrived :o dispose of 22, in a fit of absence of mind, and lid ii4: discover his mistake until he tried to drink i glass of brandy and water at Fuller's bar after hat, and found ne was " full to overflowing." The Pavilion in former years has been poorly managed, ind the proprietors this year, with a great deal of iruilence, in order to raise it to the highest tone of sxcellence, s.-ritjlor Mr. A. S. Barnum, to take the nanagement ot it. He comes from a good old itock, long celebrated for excellence in hotel-keepng, being the nephew ot that universal favorite vith travellers and veteran in his line, David liarmm of Baltimore. Mr. B. has more than equalled til the expectations formed for him; for though sailed upon late in t'ip season, a month after all the >th?r lmtiU lufl nnened hu lila prcflb-nt irinimo... nent, judgment ami i-kill, he has made thin the iiont comfortable house in the heut dense of the vord in the village, and made for it (his season, a lame and lame that will be a fortune to the prorietors next year, and cause it to be full with the eading people of the country every season that he las the management of it. The breakfast* heie <r excel the celebrated ones at the Astor House; ,11 the accessaries of the. sleeping rooms are excelent, und the smallest details throughout the house re in keeping there w ith. The summer was so backward, the season so late o begin, and the weather now so delightful and lealthy, that hundreds of persons have made up heir minds to stay here till the close of September; n fact, it is admitted by all that September will be lie grand month of the season; and the most poliico fashionable hall to be given here about the 12ih ( that month, will far surpass in every respect all liat have preceded it. An immense number of ouihern travellers this y? nr omitted Saratoga in lieir route to the west, Niagara, Mackinaw, the Janadas, Jtc ; hut all intend sojourning hereon heir return: and this alone will he sufficient to etp the place gay and brilliant for the next six peeks. The display of fireworks given by Edge on 9aurday night near the railroad depot, was most nlliant. It cost $400, and drew a crowd ol over ight thousand people. The old gunpowder king xcelied himself on this occasion, and the mul ide were loud in their demonstrations of spplause. ' t was a gratuitous exhibition, but a meeting is to ' e held to-day to raise funds to repay him for hia 1 enerous ouilay. The weather is most delightful ; thermometer J early all the time below 80; not a death iu the viL 1 ige during the summer, and all the invalids conva scent. Yours, 1 John Jonks, Jr , of Nkw York. 1 Naval ?The U. S. brig Truxton arrived at Gib- i iltiu the 11(11 u?., in a a ays irom Nnrtolk, bound I , p ihe Mediterranean. 1 -11 L . - . J --L. J [ERA 1843. Important feom Rio Janeiro.?Restrictions on Foreign Gommkrce?1Trade but when Brazil ani> tin-: nannk lowns.? we nave received irom a highly valuable correspondent, som<* very important and interesting information relative to the trade of Brazil, and the new laws just passed in that country affecting the tliipping interest of all foreign powers The gentleman from whom we obtain the following letter, is intimately acquunted with South American affairs, and his statements partake of a semi-official nature. [Corrwipondcnce of the Herald ] Ilio Janeiro, June 27, 1843 The debates in our Chamber of Deputies, on finance questions, and on a division of some provinces, have been of a stormy nature this week. Some time last month, the Minister of finance announced in the Senate, iliat there would be a deficit in the revenue of the year of some 9 or 10,000 Oontos de Keis, (one Conto de Fteis equal to #5000 specie, making the deficit four and a half to five millions doll trs specie ) A commission was formed of me rubers from both houses, to "take into consideration and propose measures to meet this difficulty," without having recourse to a new issue of paper money, justly considered as ruinous to ihe country. This committee has now concluded their labors, and presented their plan of finance to the Chambers on the 20th instant, invoking the " patriotism, the virtues, the enlightened views, Jrc , of the Legislature toarsist in finding the moot lenient and most acceptable means to obviate the dangers and difficulty threatening the ISmpire by the want of funds?to procure ihe same by means the least prejudicial to the public weal, and recommend a good example of resignation and punctually in the discharge of iheir duties." On the first article being debated?" An increase of anchorage dues"?the Senator Peixoto de Brito, deputy from the important province of Perndinbucco, rose and made a violent speech on the disastrous state ol the country, pretending that the actual cabinet no ways merited the confidence of the nation. Called to order by the President, lie appealed to tlie Chamber, who with a gre.it majority decided that 'he Hon. gentleman was in the wrong He then went on ag tin, interrupted by cries of " inso lence," " insult," from the Minister of Niarine, and concluded by intimating that the Northern Provinces might take care of themselves: at which he was knocked down by a tliunder ot disapprobation. A very angry discussion was since carried on, and tlie article w as passed yesterday, with Home amendments, by a majority ot 42 to 111. As it is of importance to commerce?more than doubling the already heavy anchorage dues in llraail [torts? we annex ihe name, as fiually pasted: ? Art. 1. The anchnragu due* fixed hy law of 22 1 Oct., I83B, arm now substituted by a tax ol 3$ll. per tun, payable, one hulfon entering andoiiM halt on nailing, by <iil merchant vessels on foreign trading, with the lollowing restrictions Ships arriving in ballast, and going away the same, will pay the old anclioruge ; il'taking cargoes, they will pay half the present dues. Ships entering to get Iresh provisions, or In "Franqia," to try tho inarkut, hut do not discharge, pay only the old anchorago. If thry merely discharge part of cargo, pay on ly hall of present dues. Ships entering under average or in distress, pay nothing if th ?*y do not dischiirgo?or only discharge the necessary for repairing. Ships can ylng colonists, subject to some modifications Ships entering three times in enc year, only piy anchorage dues the first two voyages. The Government is authorized to modify tlia impost, as soon as the treaty with Great Britain expires, as may seem most suitable for the encoutagomcnt of the national hipping trade to loreign ports, or to the whale fisheries. The anchorage dues on foreign shipping may net be increased. Signed, YIANN'A, Minister of Marine. Rio, 20th June. The anchorage dues last year produced 544,000 Srs. A aliip ot 300 tons, remaining 20 days, would nay 30 ra. i>er day, or 180#rs.; or at the same ratio for a longer time, up to per ton, up to 60 days, after which no more anchorage was claimed. She will now pay NOtn, or 460 Sp $, /or any time, long or short. 7 lie present Minister of Fi nunce, the Senhor Vianna, was Guardamor or Captain of ilie Port, Irt^t year, an important office in the South American States, and h-' is well acquainted with all the i let nils ot shipping, ?Scc. A Brazilian brigantine, the DosAmigos, Captain Mariiy, bound trom Kioto Cotinguiba, was ca|>tureci by the British brig of war Curlew, Commodore Foote, a lew days ago, and carried info Rio as Dewg ntted out lor the slave trade," though furnished with the imperial clearances for her legal voyage. The mixed Brazilian and English slave commissioners have already taken her under their care. She belongs to one of our richest Brazilian traders, the Senhcr Bemnrdina de Sa, who has had many vessels in the same jeopardy. These accidents always create an angry feeling towards the English, and a few days after we find a circular from the Minister of Finance to the Inspector of Customs, " to u.?e all possible vigilance to prevent 1 the contraband trade which it has been found that the English packets carry on, and to transmit nil papers and documents regarding the same to the Minister ol Foreign aflairs. 'An ofli ial statement of the trade between the Hanse Towns and the Brazilian empire, has lately been published. We anuex the same, being ol some statistical interest. Probably some treaty with the German Customs League, (Zoll-verein,) may be at the bottom of it, though nothing h.i* transpired. One of the Minoes-Geraes Mining Companies announce their estates, the Cadonga and Aracanga gold mine6 for sale? to be sold with privileges, ores, over and under ground, houses, mills, &c./by public auction, to be held in London some time in or after the month of September. The agen's here are Messrs Joseph Tully Ac Oe. A subscription to the Guadeloupe sufferers is opened bv two French houses, Avrial Freres and Lambert Ac Co. As a curious feature of legislation we may mention that the same ordinance which authorises an , importation of Capuchin mocks from Italy, to serve , as missionaries in the interior of Brazil, also estab . lish six lotteries, the proceeds of which to serve asa lurid for the erecting of mansions, and to defray the ' expenses for the said missions. An oflicial statement of the trade between Bra zils and the I lanse Towns, Hamburg and Bremen lor 1 ihe year 1812 : Arrived from Hamburg, in the dirt-rent ports ot the Empire, Wi vessels, measuring 19,192 tons, with 1 791 men as crews and 124 passenger*, of which 151 Hamburgers, 22 Danes, 5 Swedes, 7 Bremen, Lubec At\ii PrnwMia 1 Kiioliski. with raYPnf* nt mi nHiiinl value of 618,217. The exports to Hamburg were t fleeted in 119 vesI'els, measuring 38,808 tons and 1-181) m?*n, of which 65 loaded ai Rio Janeiro, U5 at Bahia, 10at Pernambueo, 9 at Muianhiim and IT jo Grande. Of these. 33 were Hamburgers, 24 English, 23 Danes, 17 Swedes, 10 Bremen, Hutch and Prussian, 3 French, 3 Portuguese, 2 K usuiun, 2 American, 2 Austrian, < 119; with cargoes of an official value ft ?7.734,201, , showine an export in favor of Brazil of no Ifss than $6,615,988. This Export consists of 244,319 bags, i 155 bbls., Coflee; 22 209 chests, 3 813 bols., bai^s, boxes Sugar; 56,93-1 pieces Hides; 1,171 bales Cotton; I 1,146 bans Gocoa;298,74tiCocoaNui8;beeidesJach- ' randa Wood, Caoutchuc, Roll Tobacco, Half am \ Copavia, Sarsaparilla, &c. Arrived from Bremen, 13 ships, 2677 tons, 123 rnen, ot which 3 American vessels and 13 ships sail ed to Bremen, 2 !>66 tons. 139 men, ot which 1 Ame rican, value of export $846,700; import $8i?,KPfl. mtntderous Oi.tkawk in Hudson County.?On * Sunday evening last, between 9'unrt 10 o'clock two Irishmen, named Joseph Lambert and John Graham, ent-red into n dispute with some third " person about " Repeal" Ht L/avid tfedford's Tavern at Harsimus, neur Jerse> City. Seeing that it wn* likely to become more serious than words, wishing / to prevent the disturbance which might ensue, Mr. * Bedford caused them to be put out ot the house A ' neighbor, Andrew Casey, seeing some disturbance [J there, stepped on the stoop, and while conversing il with Mr. Bedford one of the ruffians stepped up " and struck him a severe blow in the lace, possibly [j mistaking linn for the person who put them out ol ? ihe bar room. A scullle ensued in which the ruffian was worsted and soon lift with his compa- nion. apparently for home. In a tew miuutes aft-r- / ward Mr. Casey proceeded home, in the stme direction, unci when opposite his own house was met J !>y the two men, when another scufll* ensued, which called to Casey's assistance n daughter, a girl it about 18, who says she saw her father throw one 1 >f the men down when the other hit him in the * lead with a club. These are facts as gathered j', rom the scene of the outrage. Mr. Casey's seuli was broken in such a manner that there is hut a w >are possibility of his recovery, i'r. Motf, of New '' York, was called, and a broken piece of the skull b removed. The. two men are in prison tor exami- p nation.?N. J. paper. We have learnt since the above has been put into _ type, that Casey has died of the wounds he ifceived, and the two murderers have been committed for | trial by Mr. Justice Lutkin u li D. Prlee Two Cent*. U. S. Siiif Boston?Hkaliu oir thbCkkw?Report or tiik Assistant Surokon.?BkIow wo give (he official report of the dentil* and mckneMoa board the Boston, during her late cruise in the Pacific and Indian Ocwans. If the surgeons in our Navy would generally adopt the system of giving publicity to their reports on their return home, it would enable medical men to point out the defect* in the discipline <f our naval vessels, and improve the health tind comfort of the gallant tars on board. the entire cruise. MO |>or*ont have been under medical treatment. The turn total of the daily lick lift u upwards of 13,000. There have horn Hit admissions to the lick list from February, 1S4'J, to Anoint, 1811, within which period ii included the lime passed in China, and tho homeward cruise. Out "1 tliii numh.?r, ruiiM wer? tho diseaaea peculiar to tho climnte, viz: diirrhuiai and Jyientarica, 16?; intermittent lever, HO. A< peraons were sometime! admitted to the tick liat several times of th>' nan disease,it n proper to state thn number of pviso.ii, an well as tho number of admissioni to the listThe average complement of the Boston du'ing thntime specified, has been about 108. ISO persons have been lick of diarrbcn >, or fovor, coma having had both; HJ having heed attacked with that of diarrhoa, ami 78 of fever. H have died; the remainder with one exception, hove been cured and are now on duty. Of the 83 caies ol di.irrhtea, 40 were so benefitted by treatment ns to return to iluty in the course of a weak: 33 were very severely attacked, and continued under treal meat from 30 to !)o <Uj t?.hut were finally cured, in a number ol instances the disease was complicated with intermittent fever, but iu no iostance with scurvy. These disease* accompanied ui alter wu left China.? Although wo had but one fatal caae in China, we lost five patients in rapid succession during an inclement passage down tho China seas, and around New Holland. Thii unfortunate reiult ii to be attributed wholly to exposure to holitcrou' weather, with a sudden change of climate, und a temperature decreasing through a range of 40 deg. Kahr. under circumstances which precluded tho possibility of sutlicient prottctiou against either dampneaa or cold. Wo also lost another patient olf the Sandwich filandi, who after being rescued from several severe attacks, so/ fend a relapse in eonsri|tience of undue fatigue and im proper indulgences while on shore at Tahita. As wo doubled Cape Horn in the depth of winter, and experienced ail verse gales and severe cold, we considered ourselves as fortunate in having but one death?a petty otHcer, who was worn out just before we arrived at Hio.with a riiarrba:a of more than eight nwnth* standing. While we were in China, wo were in compa-iy with lev. i a! of tho Knglilh fleet, and passing over the game cruising grounds, lell in again with the Vindictive razee at Tahiti. It U worth remarking, that although the Vindictive was less exposed to the climate of China than we were, and made the southern passage at the ume time we did, yet sha sutlered incomparably more from the diseases of the climate. I think that this comparative exemption can he accounted lor from the excellence of our salted provisiiii*?an abundant and unrestricted supply of water?and tlie opportunities scrupulously otfured to tbo crew, to obtain at nil time* in port, and to take to sea,fruit, vegetables and live stock, fo far aa the convenience of theithip would permit? an indulgence rarely granted in a man of war. There m another circumstance which nhould not be omitte I. Our crew were exercised but little in port in manrouvres against time. The English crews, on the other hand, were often put to the severest ta'ks lor many hours daily, in manoeuvring boats, lending up and down yards,' and "hilting topmasts, he ? While the sick list of the Constellation and Boston together hardly reached thirty daily, without the loaa ot a tingle case from diarrlin a or fever, the Vindictive, with a crew of equal number, had a sick list of 160, with several deaths weekly. Naval ?The U. S. frigate Columbia, Commodore Shubrick, and U.S. ship John Adams, Capt. Conover, were at Rio Janeiro the 4th ult.; officers and crew well. The frigate Savannah, at Brooklyn, is bound to the Pacific aa the ll ig thip ot Commodore Dallas. The frigates Cumberland and Potomac, at Bonton, are ready for sea, and will soon be put in commission. The new brig Perry, at Norfolk, 19 destined to the East Indies. The new brig Lawrence, at Baltimore, will bfl equipped without delay?destination unknown. The sloops Boaton and Yorktown, just re tun? id from long cruises, are to be fitted again for se&Lo* mediately. List of officers attached to the U. S. ship Vandalia, at Port ltoy al, June 23, 1843. Officers and crew all well except Capl&ia McCluney, who labors under a paint ol though not a dangerous illness:? Wm. J. McCluney, Commander; Win. 8. Young, first Lieutenant; Wra. P. McArthur, Lieutenant; Henry II. Lewis, <<o; George W. Harrison, do; Ilobt. 8. Moore, Purser; Daniel H. Green, Surgeon; Thomas M. Potter, Assialont/l/t. Willi?n>unn M?_, M ........ OI.UI., """"" I >'U?i ic? ?. Baldwin, Midshipman; Edward Shepherd, do; Francis Q. Cl irkc.f'o; It. F. II L^wis, do; Churl) s P. MrOiy, do; Edward E. t?tone,do; Jamrn J. YVaddell, do; William D. IJolib, Captain'* Clerk; Ed ward Lyons. Acting Boatswain; Low.in Smith, Acting Carptmler, Win. F. Smith, Master's Mate. Later From Mexico ?By the arrival of the Mexican steamer Petritia, Ca| tain Longhead, we liave advices Iroin Vera Cruz to the 31st ult. The health of the city had improved; hntinesa. generally still remained very dull. On th>- 80th, the Mexican Hiuddron, consisting of the steamers Montezuma, Guadaloupe, Cyr of Dublin, and two brigs, under the command ol Commodore Don Tomaa Mario, arrived at VeraCruz from Tobasco, bringing the entire Mexican lorces?alter having quelled the revolt in that Province. Gen. Santamanat had retreated into the interior, attended by a tew followers?destination supposed to be Campeachy. The uteamers Montezuma and Guadaloupe were exacted to proceed immediately to New York for repairs. The Petritia brings six of the Ferote prisoner*, who made their escape ?n the 22nd ult , viz : Gen. Thou. J Greene, of Texas, Capt. Chas. K. Rcse, Diniel Drake Henry, of Cincinnati, R. A. Rarkley, ot Tennessee, David S. Korneisay, of N. Dyrolina, John Forrester, together with Dr. Skiniikt-on, who had previously been released by the Mexican authorities. Mr. R A Barclay has furnished us with the ivtrues of the prisoners recaptured, vnJohn Young, Thos. 15. Beck, of Indiana, David J. Davis, i)t Kentucky, Thos. Hancock, lormeriy a Santa Fe prisoner, and Duncan C. Ogden, ol this city. Three others who escaped at the same time have itrobably, ere this, made good their retreat Irom the limits ot Mexico, consisting ol Isaac Allen, Samuel Stone, of St. Louis, and Augustus Ely, a German. The " Petritia" reports having passed the wreck of an English bna, which had thrown overboard her cargo, consisting ot cotton, 40 miles from the S. W. Pass. A smill sloop was near her, and had two of the bales of cotton on her deck. We could not learn where the brig was from or where bound to. /V O /??//./.n [*AHIS BOOTS AND LASTS tMADE TO ORDER BY 1^. OUCJjiV, 175 Broadway, (Bnsement,) onf door fromCourtlandt street. -M E. StTSKJl, flootmnk'-r, ,in<l maker of Lasta, an r. I * < " <>f" I I' n ? ill Paris, I iti 1'" ivr (o inform lu? rinids mil all the imitmri of .i t,'-ntl?iiiaiilv " chaiiasure," hit he can now m.ike, in New York, with the r><*t Frtwh materials, all lliat is so perfectly in.u!-, u; rui?, by Ills maatar the rlebr.ited b'ottinker CI'tiv, who?> numerous c'latomera ou bin ?i<ti> of ill" Atlantic are itipe< tfnlly iimwd to try 81 tKH'S li'v.ti lii't l.iita before tlioy ilaepair or l<einf cbatiaaaa' in Sr-v Vork, liter the nirrat, lat"at Paris naahion. Alio, flie genuine IVil Jet Black Varnish fold. jyM !m ec _ ? . nOQT AND SHOE STOHfc. H Ml N I; I \ I>\ i?-?!?'. rf'ilj v inform) |ii<i ft inula ml the iniblic. |h<t h" hai mrawiicfil buiiueaa in lh? abota iip, ir So. 99 Nissan street. wh?Te In" wilt thankfully weeire nil faithfully eiacuta, all order* he may t*i favored with on the loaf pMaonahl* terms for eaah iv22r MANUFACTORY. OF <TT.PI.AIN AND MOULDED GLASS. ~*VF every description, French anil F.nsliah Porcelain, antral, ' and solar lamp*, warranted. Kirsndola* of superior iiuality. 'o the public in general, which aw in the habit of paying ftaonlinary price* for the above articlaa? it i? a great discovery > dealer*. hotel*, stminboat*, *hit>-master*, and families, that ley ran get supplied at very moderate price*, at Stouteiiel * Imtliera glaa* in anufactory, No. 29 Gold street, or at their deot. No. 5 John ttrci't. near Broadway. Hood* sent to iu any ait of the country I'rew. All articlea in itched to patterus, ami I... ...I In or.l.., Vl'l...!..-.1- ....I < all and satufy yoursein* ahout <i>? ility andpric??oft ' skii v K.SKI. V BlloTHKIW^ "inOTON WATK.I! I'VW* KilisT I HKMIUM INDIA RURBKK HOMK it confidently recommended lot ny purposes for which leather i< used.and u warranted lo poaecu the following nrnpertiea , , _ 1st?It i.i perfectly tight under pressure of the Croton. 2?(?It is 111 ill.- of the strongest fabrics, *nd will not mildew n injur? ill the least, anil requires no attention. 3d?It n imt destroyed by coming in contact with oil or TMir, nor stiiWu'il h* cold weather, uor can the rublier deompose, a* inferior article* *re in no case used. Should the lit ri>m| hint be made of the l!o?e, not poiMMinf the aboee rn pert it*. it will he taken bark, at any time inside of Kin ninths from it* purchase, and other given in eichange without lisrge. ^ <th?Coupling and jet pipes will b? attached without charge, uyer* will note that we are clearly satisfied that this how (the ores* of making which is unknown to any other in the trade) Inst the article long wanted for leading water and many her Iniuida. IIORACT. H DA V, jvP im'r Aucceaior to Roibnrv I R. < . *> Maiden I ana MEDICAL AID. ^Ot TOR ( \RPENTER'Sold e.tabli.hed Peck si 11. Di?' pensary, No. | Peck slip, New Vork, near Pearl st. Prieate id confidential. alt ii*?c