Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 19, 1843, Page 1

August 19, 1843 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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t ^ TH Vol. I*.?No. .?Whole No. a*J8. AOKNTS. "1 no following i? a Uft of agents for th? Herald, where subscriptions will bo received, an<t single nnmbera ara found lor sale:? Bolton, Mail Messrs. Redd in* Ic Co. Philadelphia, Pa Miwsrs. Zieber h Ca. Baltimore, Md... Win. Taylor. Washington, U. C. Do. Buffalo, N. V T. 8. Hawks. New Haven, Conn. T. H. Pease. llartford, Caun... J- W. Judd, Albany, N. Y Jonas. Troy, N. Levi Willard. Lansmghurgh, N. Y A Lewii. Newark, N. J.. .D- Smith. CatakiU. N. H IUwc. Pcukskill, N T. Monkhouae Sing Sing, N. Y. 8- Bard. New Orleans, La.. VJ.C. Morean. Cincinnati, Robert Carnahai. Patewon, N.J Matthew Dougheit>. Rochester, N. Y......... .A- Jonea. Elizabcthtoorn, N. J Samuel Crane. New Brunawlck, N. J William Solomon, St. Louis, Mo .Woodward St Mithowa. Charleston, 8.C Amos Head. Hudson, N. Y George Clare. Augusta, Oa 8. A. Holmes. Mobile, Ala M Boullemet Poughkeepaic, N. Y.. Levi Smith. Trenton, N.J J. Kaunsley. Louisville, Ky W. A. Haldeman. Wheeling, Va. F. C. Brookman. New London, Con 8. & O. Rogers. Utica, N Y J.B.Loat Nashville, Ttnn .A. Billings. Syracuse, N. Y James Robertson. Bridgeport. Ct S. W. Hatch. Jackson, Minn J. W. Clark. Vickahurg, Miss Mra. E. A. Parker. New Bcdlord. Mm A. Robinson. Providence,R. I...... John Groen. Worcester, Mass L. Thompson. Nantucket. Mara J. P. Htissey. (tCJ- Yearly subscription to the Daily Herald, $7 96, and for a shorter period at the same rate. The Wetkly Herald, $33?. BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL 8TT.AM SHIPS, Of 1300 tons and 110 horse power each. Appointed by the Admiralty to sail Wnmi Liverpool and Boston, calling at Halifax to land and receive I'assensenger* and Her Majesty's Mails. HIBERNIA, Captain (Charles H. E. Judkius. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward (}. Lott. A C A DIA, Captain Alexander Ryrie, BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. Will sail for Boston via Halifax, From Boston. From Liverpool. Aejidi% Ryric, ICth August. 19th July. Hiberrna, Judkins, 1st Sept. 4th August. Britannia. Lott, lbtli do 19th do ^These snips carry ax|>erieuced surgeons, and are supplied with Frances' Patent Li fa Boats. Passage to Liverpool $120?To Halifax $2(1. No berths secured until paid for. For passage apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr.. Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall St., New York. - ? DH.At'TS ON K.NOI.ANI). IKKLANDyyk&gmjMStt Sic.?Persons about remitting money to their friends in the "old country," can be snpplied with Drafts, in sums of 1, 2, 3,5,10. 20 St ?50, or any amount, (-arable on demand without oi/conut or any other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Bult, Son 8c Co., Bankers, London, I. Barned & Co., Exchange and Discount B.uik, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotlaud, Greenock Banking (.ompany, Sir Wm. 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. Si J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck blip, corner South st. N. B.?All letters from the country must come post paid. jyllr r r-f, _ ?1i*vts ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, jtiEC aflni Sic.?which can be sent by the steamship sVmjk ACADIA, sailing from Boston on tlie 16th ?~SLb> We have at all times for sale Drafts nt sight for any amount, drawn direct 011 the Dank of Ireland, Dublin. Alio, 011 Messrs. l'rescott, Grote, Ames ic Co., Bankers, I.ondon, which are paid free of ri&k or any charge whatever 111 every Proviiica and County, besides all the inland towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, thereby answering the same purpose as Bank of England Notes. Apply to or address, if by letter, (post paid J KOCire, BROTHEns & CO., 3."i Fulton street, next door to the Knlton Bank. I'. S.?K. B. 81 Co., have a regular succession of first class sh^is sailing weekly from Liverpool. Those sanding for their relatives will liml it their interest tnh iu'tlit m brought out t hrongli us. One of our linn, Mr. Jamra D. Koche, is there to forward passengers with care and despatch. For passage apply m above, or to JAMES D. KOCHE, 14 Gore. Piaiias, Miir Liverpool. ~ . NEW LINK OF LtVXIlFOOL I'.ac k ets. To sail from New York on the 2Ath and .Liverpool ou the 13th of each mouth. ^Ify h rom Ni:w Uml f*Uip HCIHl II'S, Capiaiu Jului Collins, SSth July. Slop SIDIXINM. Captain A. B. Cobb, 23th August. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. Deneyster SAth Sepc Ship GAKRIl K, Captain Win. Skiday, ilth October. From Liverpool. Ship BIIF.KIDAN. Captain F. A. Depeyster, 13th July. Slop GARR1CK, Cap!. Wui. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship ROSClUH, Captain John Collins, 13th September. Slim SI 1)DONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 100(1 tons, built in th?city of New York, with such improvements as combine great spevd with niiusual comfort for |>assengers. Kveiy care has lieeu taken in tlw arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $7i. Then* ships arc commanded by es|<erienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neitlrar the captains or owners of tlie ships will Ix reifixnisible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by than), unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. fc'nr frwieht or oassaffe applv U> E. Iv. COLLINS & ('O., Vi South ?t., New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY k. CO., Liverpool. Lfltors by the packet* will be charged 12', cents 1 vi single aheet ; 50 cents per ounce, and newn|n|?ri 1 cent each. jy7 ee Til E NEW LINK OF"~LiVERPOOL PA( KETS. ti^v yjib- ^ N" ""JKHBK" New ahip QUEEN OK THE WEST, ) lUfl tons. Philip P. WoodhouM. i {?? ' Ship ROCHESTER, 8J0 ton.. / '?!}| John Brit,c, J* *. Ship HOTTINOUF.R, I0.M toua. \ !?!l| m""?1*"" Ira Buraely, $ I6,h July Those substantial, fast sailiuc. irst class shi|ia, all built in the city of New-York, are commanded by men of experience and ability, and will be dia|>atchcd punctually on the 16th of each month. Their cabin* are elegant and eotnmndions, and art furnished with whatever can conduce to the ?ue and comfort of pasaenKer*. Neither the captaim or owner* of theae ship* will be reaponaihle fur any parcela or rackagM ?eut by them, unless regular bills lading are signed therefor. Kor I'reiclit or passage Uiply to woouirw-u Sc MINTURNS, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS fc CO.. an 9 Liverpool htffv ^^>'KW VUK^ATJD IIAHUHMLCKKTSJ. Second Line?The Ships of this line will hereafter leave New York on the lit, and Havre on the ltitli of each month, as followa, vil From Nr.w York. From Havre. New Ship ONEIDA, C 1st March. ( 16th April. Captain < 1st July. } 16th August. Jaines Kunck. f 1st November, f 16th December. Chip BALTIMORE, hat April. ? 16th May. Captain < lat August. < 16th September Edward Funck.f lat December. ( 16th .Innnary. Ship UTICA, i lat May. i I6th June. CajKain < let September j 16th October. Frederick Hewitt.f lat January. f 16th February. New ship St. NICHOLAS t lat June. I 16th July. Captain < 1st Octulwr. \ 16th November. J-B. Tell, f Ut February. ( 16th March. The accommodations of ili-m- shins are not anrnasst'd com hilling tli?t may !? required for comfort. Tlie price of c? Imi i* $lon. IWgpri will lie supplied with every w <|iaioiti* with the exception of wines anil liquors. (foods intended for these vessels will be forwarded hv the inb. acrihers, free from any .other than tho expense* actually iucurrt'd on th?m. For freight or Paasagu, apply to BOYD k HfNCKEN. Agent*, ( Wee No. 9, Tontine Building, cor. Wall and Water nit KUK NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANNA AND NEW YOllK LINE OF PACKETS M M & #. (IriMle'better accommodation of shippers/it is intenoeino despatch a ship from thin port on tint 1st, ith. 10th, litli, 20th, and 23th of each month, commenrinf the loth October and continuing until May. when regular day* will he appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby grrat delays and disappointments will he prevented during the summer months The following ships w ill commence this irrangemert: Ship Y AZOO. Captain Cornell. Whip OCONEE, < aptain Jackson. Ship MISS|MSIPPI, Captain Milliard. Ship LOUISVILLE. Captain Hunt. Ship SH AKSPKARE, Captain Miner. Ship (?A STON. Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVlLLE, Captain Mnmford. Ship OCMULOEE, ( ap(am Leavitt. Ship NA.SHVILLK, Captain Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Muliord. These ship* were all built iu the city of New York, exprestly for packets, are of light draft of water, hare recently been newly coppered and pttt in splendid order, with aecommodntions for passengers ?in*>jna1lr<l for comfort. Tli*v are commanded by experienced masters, vtlio will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Tiny will at all times be towed up and down the Mississippi by steamboats. the owners or captains of these ships will be responsil'l*WOowelry, bullion, precious Stones mil ver or plated ware, or for aff\ letters, imrcel or package, sent by or put on board of them, unless regular hills of lading are taken for the same and the value thereon expressed. For freight ?r passage, aptily to E. K. COLLINS fc CO.. V, South st., or HULL IN U WOODRUFF. Agent in New Orleansi w!io will promptly forward all goods to their address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, and great care will lie taken to have the goods correctly measured. mr NEW YORK ROSTOV JHHHn FOT)NiHw)T. /WKN rnKSCOTT, Pilots, cirtikn charge u mMtir Mid V/ pilot or Imnnill to New llnlloril .>?er N*ntucket HhcisW, Bojtpn, Porttmontn, Poitlnnd, Kennebeclt. *nil OTHKR PORTS. (Mice ?t Kryt k Shmw'n (tore, Kt Water ?tn*t, corner Rerkman. Reference to n number of merchant*, ?nd the aerenil ln?nr.\nce Compnniei in*ihi< city, Bo?ton, aud Portlann. jyll jmrir E NE NEW HKMITTANCfcS TO IKKLAJil), Her.-The FOfV 'ibscnber Continues to transmit mon<jp in sums large MUMS* >r mill, to persons residing in any Part of of Ireland in the sail it* in uuntr as he, and his predecessor hi business have done, forthe last thirty years and more ; also, to any part of hngland, or HcotUna. Money remitted by letter (post Paid) to the subscriber, or personally dei?osit*d with liirn, with the uaine of the jktsoii or persons in Ireland, Kngland or Scotland, to whom it is to liesent, and nearest i?ost town, will lie immediately transmitted, and naid accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. n like manner money, or claims on persons in any part of Ireland, hnffland or Scotland, can lie collected by the subscriber for iiersons residing in any part of the Uuited States or Canada, and will be paid to them accordingly. jil7 lin* r GKOIIGE McBKIDF,. Jr. 92 Cedar at. IjO.mVoN LINK P ACKK/rS^Pack*Mil Aug. known fast sailing packet ?lnp MMfea" r.m .MINSKH, Atwood will sail positively as above, her regular day. Having splendid accommodations lor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, those wishing to secure berths should not fail to make early application on board or to W. k J. T. TAP8COTT. 43 Peck slip, corner South at. Persons wishing to sand for their friends can have them brought out by tM above favorite ship, or any MOM regular liue, on reasonable terms. Those wishing to remit money can have drafts for anv amount,payable on demand iu all the principal towns in England. an IS r fcfig- FOR LI VERPOOL?Regular |?ckct of ike Mth WMRlVAucust?The splendid fast sailing packet ship SIDJmMslbaOONS, will positively sail as above, her regular day. Having very sii|?rior accommodations for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage oassrngers, persons wishing to embark should inake early application to JOSKP1I McMURHAY, 100 Pine st., corner of South. The above will lie succeeded by the splendid list sailing . packet ship ASIIBURTON, Capt Huttleson, and w ill positively sail on the 7th September, lier regular day. Persons w ishing to send for their triends residing in the old country, can have llieni brought out bv the shim, or any of the r.gular packet*, by applying as above, (if by letter post paid.) al!) r NKW LINE OK LIVEROOL PACKETS? Packet ol 23tll of August. The elegant, fast sailing SHiSGninil favorite packet ship SIDDONS, Capt E.B.Oobb, will sail punctually a* a^ove, her regular day. The ships of this line are all 1(100 tons burthen and upwards, and their accommodations lor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers it is well known are superior to any oilier line of - l."-?l>- -V l.i c..:i make early Application to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, 13 Peck Slip, cor South street. Pertons wishing lo send for their triends to cotne out in this favorite packet or any of the line, can tlo no on favorable terms, and those wishing to remit money can have drafts payable on demand, without discount or any other charge, in all the post towns of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, on application as above. The new packet ship Queen of the West, will succeed the Siddons anil sail on the ICth September, her regular day. an 16 r tiafr KOtt LIVERPOOL?Packet 16th September.? wHWrVThe new splendid |>acket ship QUEEN OK THE EST, Philip Woodhouse, master, 1260 tons, will sail on her regular day, the 16th Sept. For freight or passage, having accomodations unequalled for elegance and comfort, apply on board, west side Burling slip, or to WOODHULL & MINTURNS, 87 Squill st. The fine packet ship Rochester, Captain John Britton, >100 tons, will succeed the Queeu of the West, and sail on her regular day, 16th October alftr FOR GUADALOUPE.?Tlio very suiwrior copMwrJtVper fastened and coppered French ship GUSTAVE AHD, Capt. Negret. She lias very comfortable accommodations for passengers. For freight or passage apply to BOYD & HINCKEN, aul2ec 9 Tontine Building, cor. Wall and Water sts. FOR HULL, ENGLAND?A ftit class AncriMKrVWcaii vosiil, now loading, could take a small i|uantity i'%i?i 'I light fn-igbt. it' i in mediate .inpplicatioii is made to VVOODHULL k MINTURNS, a15r "7 South street. FOR NEW OB LEANS?This Day?Louisiana CT?HrV.aiid New York Line?The very fist sailing packet MMillE^siiip LOUISVILLE, Captain M. Hunt, is unavoidably detained until 1 P. M., up to which time she will receive freight. Passengers are then requested to he ou board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street. Apply to E. K. COLLINS <k CO., 36 South st. Shippers will please send in their hills lading early this day. Passengers will please be ou board the ship this afternoon at 4 P. M? at w hich time the ship will sail. Agents in New Orleans, Hulin & Woodrnff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship HUNTSV1LLE, Capt. O. R Mnmfnrd, will succeed the Louisville. aulO r FOR NEW ORLEANS?Star Line?First reguMfWJPVlar |>acket ship with despatch?The splendid, well ^Pirr 1 - packet Ship FRANKLIN, Capt. Kennedy, will sail as above without delay. She has splendid accommodations for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers, who will be taken st the very lowest rales. Those desirous of seen ring births would do well to Kiake early application on board the snip, foot of Pine street, or to " JOSEPH McML BRAV, aulO ec 100 Pine street. FOR BUFFALO ANL ALL PARTS OF THE WEST ASSOCIATION PASSAGE OFFICE TO ALB AN V. Utica $2 00 JRochester, $3 l?rt Hyracusft, 2 2.'> Buffalo, ^ ^ ^ 3 30 For 1"hs.'jai:o apply to Nc L. RAY, m23 3m 93 Barclay ?tn?et, New York. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY StffiSP >1^6JwSr " SiSSaR* NEW YORK AND NEWARK. FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. From the foot of Courtlandt street, Nov York. (Every day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New Vork. Leaves Newark. At R A.M. At 2 P.M. At7 A.M. At 14 P. M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. 4.4 do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 5H do. 54 do. 10yi do. 7'j do. 04 do. 9% do ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Courtlandt street. Craves New York. Leaves Newark. At 9 A. M. and \\P. M. At 124 I'. M. and 9\ P. M. NEW YORK. ELIZABETH TOWN. Leaves New Vork. Leaves Elizabeth Town At R A.M. At 3 P.M. At 74 A.M. 3), T. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8,4 do. 7 do. 11 do. 44 do. 1(1 do. 94 do. 54 do. 12 do. The trains for Westfield, Plainfield, Ronndbrook, Somerville, Ikr.., connect with the 9 A. M., and 44 P. M. ; trains from New York daily, Sundays excepted. Kare betwaeu New York ami Elizabeth Town 26 cents. Fare between do. and Somervilte. 75 cents. NEW YORK AND RAH^VAY. Leaves New York. Leaves Railway. At R A. M. At 3 r. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 P. M. 9 do. 4 do. t! do. do. 11 do. do, 94 do. 9 do. 61.. do. 11% do. NEW YORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. From foot ?f Courtlandt street, New York, daily. Leaves New York. 1,eaves New Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At 6 A.M. At ll?4 A.M. 54 do. 74 do. 8,4 P. M. _ ON SUNDAYS. Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and i\ P. M. At ll'? A M? and 84 P. M. I" are. except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. ,W cents. Between New York and Railway, 26 cents. Passengers who nrociire their tickers at ilie ticket niFi.... m. ceivti a ferry ticket gratia. Tickets -,1* received by the conductor only on the day when purchased. an 19 r PATERSON RAILROAD. 3PKz!BBCJSSK'JIWL. FAKK ON'l. V r> < KNTST From Paterson to Jersey City. Oil and after Monday, 17lh July, tlie cars will laare PiTimo* Dktot Leavk New Vohi. 8 A. M. 9 A. M. Il?< " 12)i P. M. 4 P. M. 5 ON SUNDAYS. Leave Patkhson Dftot. Leave New York. 1% A. M. 8>i A. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. Transportation oars ply daily (Sunday* ?xcepted.) Passen?ers are advised to be at the Ferry, foot of Courtlandt street, a w minute* before the stated hours of departure. jyHftin SUMMER" AKH ANGEMENT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAI .ROAD LINE DIRECT, Via Niwim, Nkwum-wswick, Princeton, Trenton, BORIIENTOWN A*? UrKI.IMliTO*. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. ^paving New Vork daily from th?? foot of Courtlandt *t. leming Linaat 9 A. M.?Slail Pilot Lin* at IX P. NV Th? Morning Line proceed* to Bordentown, frotn thenc# by steamboat to Philadelphia. rite Keening Line proceeds direct to Camden (oppoaiteto Philadelphia) without change of cars. _ '' Passengers will procure their tickets at the office K?t (if Courtlandt street, where a eominodious steamboat, will be in wK,'ii>?""?, with baggage crate* on board. Philadelphia liaggage crate* are conveyed from city to city, wihont being opened by the way Kach train is provided with ??? in which are a|>artmeiita and dressing rooms expressly for the ladiea use. Returning, (he lines le?ve Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o'clock, A. M. by railroad Irom Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. n w ?r* '"r Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7 hi A. M., and ?. ; u*'"* r continuation of the line* from New Vork. ~jy*m BBS I NKW VORK, ALBANY. TROY AND MONTREAL KXPRK18. Mr??r?. Harndcn k <.'o. having ditpowd of their rout' from j NewiYark to Albany and Troy, the itibicribrrc, the old condnrtori of Har.iden * Co'* Northern Gipmi, from New York will continue to run, *? herrtofonp, le*vinu New York. Albany md Troy n?il)r, ?nd coniwt M Troy with .laroha' Montr**) Kipnta. slid will forward Specie. Bank Note*, I'ark.taev Bundle*, ('a??* of (rood*, he. to any place bctwivn New York and Montreal, and throughout the < anada'a Alio Kwt from Troy and Alh*n\ to Boa ton, ,uid Writ from Albany to Buffalo. All hmiiiMt minuted to their charge will be promptly attended to. Particular attention will l>e paid to the collection of not,.,, drill*, acceptance*. fcc. and rrotnnt return. mad. fnr >h. s*m?. nrLLKN 9c corp. OlRocs?Piillnt k ( i>np. I Wall ?trwi. Nov York. Tho* liiiiigli, l.? Kucha ugr, Albany. A. O. rilkinn. 7W River treat, Troy. 8. Jacob * Licltanp Court, St Paul'i ?t. Montreal. ref?RKNCEH. Nrw York. Alba**. Taor. Prime, Ward ft Kin?, K, J. Humphrey, Jnn. Payue, Jacob Little It I'o., Thot. t tough. P. Wella; 1 John T. Smiih ft (Jo. S. K. Htow, I 1 V|?<><>ii ft Hoffman, C.R.DoiikI?*i, I Carpenter * Vermilre, K. Leake. Houghton .V < o. Drew, Robinaoii ft Co. a 19f w vo YORK, SATURDAY M< N?W ARRANGEMENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. _a_i i gft rkgulak mail Link?kor pkoflJ=_?A_^?VII>KN('K ANI) BOSTON, vm, STON5L^3KSR-IN<iTliN AND NKWPORT?Comikm?1 ol iIih followinu suimrior nUmmern, running in connectiou with the Slot)inutoii and lionton anil Providence Railroad* MA8SACI1U8KTT8, (apt. Corns tuck. IIIIODK ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. N ARRA< 1AN8ETT. MOIIEOAN. On* of wliicli will leave New York daily (Sunday* encepte.d) from Pier No. 1, Battery PUre, N. Kiier, at j P. III. ARRANGEMENTS. Tlie KIIODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stoniu*ton and Newport, and Friday tor StoqiuKton. The M ASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comitock, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stouiugton, and Saturday fur Stomngton, Newport and Providence, Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stouiugton, will lie immediately forwarded in the splendid and coinmodioui Cars of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will proceed ill the steamer Mohegau (in ?uperior order) from thence at ti o'clock the following morning, thus giving them an opportunity of a night's rest on board the steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and then breakfast oil board the Mohegan. The above strainers have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of passengers, and not surpaeaed ;by any ill the Uuited State*. For |>assage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, apply on board, at north side of pier No. I, 22 llroadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers'berths unu be secured on board, or at the office of HARNDEN Sc CO., No. 3 Wall street (TT^On and after the Kith inst, freight will uot be received and forwarded after half-past I P. M. ml fiin* m XjAKE ONTAKIO S'l'EAIvTbOAT kOUTE, FROM ROCHES VER. T II II E K s T E A M D O A T S. jg/L The A DM IHAL, for Niagara Falls direct, gV?E**Vi*?^>(via Lewiston) daily. The GORE, to Toronto and Hamilton. The AMERICA, for Toronto, touching at Cobonrgh, Port Ilo|ie, Stc., making a daily communication to Niagara Kails, Toronto, Hamilton, &e, A NEW ROUTE BY WAY OF LAKE ONTARIO., Passengers can avoid the Oswego ('anal, by taking the Railroad from Syracuse to Rochester, and then take steamboat for Niagara Falls and Buffalo. The splendid, large and new Steamboat ADMIRAL, Captain Gordon, one ol the best sua boats that ever lloated ou the water or lake Ontario, will leave Rochester landing every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at half-past 10 o'clock, or on the arrival ol the cars from Albany, for Niagara Falls and Bntfalo. Through from Rochester to the Falls in 8 hours. Passengers leaving Syracuse in the morning at 4 o'clock, w ill be at the Falls at 8 o'clock in the evening, and arrive at Buffalo in time for the morning steamboats up the Lakes. H. FILK1NS, Agent. Office at the Morton House, Rochester. The steamer Gore,Captain Robert Kerr, will leave Rochester for Toronto direct, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening, at 7 o'clock; and will leave Toronto lor Hamilton, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at it o'clock. The steamboat America, Captain Twohy, w ill leave Rochester Landing for Toronto, touching at Cohurgh, Port Hope, Bond Head and Darlington, weather permitting, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at7 o'clock, 1*. M. Rochester, Aug. ?, 1843. _ aul5 1m*r aOA FAREIIEDUCED FOR BRIDGEPORT Ca.?AND NOllWALK?Landing at Belden'. 3C?387 iV Neck. Fare to Bridgeport. 2.5 cents. Fare to Norwalk, !2}jcts. Fare to New Haven, 7i cents. The steamboat MUTUAL SAFETY leaves Liliertv street Pier every morning, Sunday excepted, at G o'clock, for Bridgeport and Norwalk, touching at Belden's Neck, nuiniiig in connexion with the Housatouic Railroad. Returning, leave Bridgeport at half-past I P. M.. or on the .-lrrival of the enr? New Haven Line?Stages leave Bridgeport immediately on the arrival of the boat. The distance is 18 miles, with fm? roads and a beautiful country. Fare to New Haven 75 cants. Office foot of Liberty street. JV ? 'in'rc URIAH GREGORY, Agent. fiCA REGULAR OPPOSITION FOR BOSC? TON, via NEWPORT AND PROVIDENCE?Fare to Boston S2 50; Deck $1 50; no charge lor Bertha. Newinirt ami Providence SI; Deck 50 JJs. 1 lie fast Railing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain vV m. H. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip, East River, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. I- or passage or freight apply on board, or to A. D. PECK, i05 South st. aiii Im*in TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. -a OPPOSITION LINK?The splendid steamfc~s?boats NKW JERSEY, Capt liobt Fury,and jLhIPBLpORTSMOIITII, Capt O. House, will form a daily line for the balance of the season between New York and Albany. Leaving Albauv and New York every evening. Freight will be taken at low priccs. For freight and passage apply on board. au2 lm? iWJi UA SEVEN O'CLOCK EVEN I NO LINE gk ^pr3?for ALBANY AND TROY direct, without amling?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, 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 uumber of state rooms,and for s|>eed and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. au8 ec 401 SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE &?j?FOli ALBANY, TROY, anil intermediate T ....I?From tlie steamboat pier, at the fool of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leaves N?v York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy oil Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newburgh, Hampton, Poughkeeimie. Hyde Park, Rhinebeek, U. Red llook, Bristol, Catskill, Hun;on, Consnekie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain S. R. Roc, on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug. 16. The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Gorliam, on Thursday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning, Aug 12. For passage, apply at the office, foot of Barclay street, or on board. Notice.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kind of Pro|>erty, taken, ship|>ed, or put on board the Boats of this Liue?nust be at the risk of the owners of such goods. ail 16 2t r .Mr)i -aa I'EOI'LE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS ^-r^i*3*FOR ALBANY?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.? jii.i WU3Z.Through direct?From tlie steamboat pier between Courtlandt and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at 7 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AM ERICA, Cai>t. L. W. Brainard, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at seven o'clock. M in. Lime. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA. Capt. M. H. True*dell, landing at intermediate places, will leave Monday,Wednesday ami Friday, afternoon, at 5 o'clock. ^fhe COLUMBIA, Capt. II. G. Cruttendeu, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 5 P. M. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive 'in Albany iu ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished w ith neat and elegant State Rooms, and for speed and accommodations are unriveiled on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultz at the office on the wharf. au7 6tr MiI NO MONOPOLY-FARE REDUC F.D. Indepfiident Opposition Line for Albany The new and commodious steamboat NEW JERSEY.Capt. R. H. Furey, will leave the foot,of Barclay street, New York, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening^ at 7 o'clock. For freight or passage apply on board. F reighl taken less than tow boat prices. The New Jersey is furnished with elegant state rooms, and for *|ieed and accommodation is not surp.issed by any steamboat _>fri ** 8TATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT ? - ? "f OK WHITEHALL ST.?vTlie sie.wnlioats ^ * * ^ STATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will run as follows until further notice :? Leave New York 8, 9, 10, 11, 1, 2, 3^, 5, 6, 7. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 10, 11, I, 2, 4, S, fi, 7. Leave New York ami Staten Island every hour an Sunday. Staten Island Kerry?foot of Whitehall street, to Clifton direct. The steamboat Hercules will leave New York? P.M.? Clifton, !> M. on Sunday, July 10th. I'. S.?Excursion to Kort Hamilton, Sundays eicepted.? Lenvv Kort Hamilton A. M., returning from New York, 3.K4 P. M. jll r jMft \g? NKW A It HA N (J K M K NT- FOR &?SHREWSBURY?Loin Branch. Sa.idy mi r Hook, llreni Home and Katontown Landing. Tin- new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John P. Corlies. will now run as follows, on and alter I'htirsday, 27th inst :?leaving New York, from the foot of Robinson street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Katontown Lauding <?u Monday, Wednesday and Kriday, at HI o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as ahov^ weather permitting, until further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. K ire 37,^ cents. N. B.?Stages will be in attendance to convey passengers from lli? aforesaid landing places to any part of the county required. The Shrewsbury will go tlie inner passage, when practicable. jel3r 4??gi fit* NEWARK AND NKW YORK.?Kara Bm, m1?M? on I v I2'? Cents '.?The splendid steamer PASw |K?Z?SA It', after June ith, will run ss follows:? Leave the foot of Barclay street. New York, at 10 A. M., and 4 P. M. Lmw the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7>? A. M . and and \% P. M. The accommodation! both for [?.u>'ti(rri and freight hare (wen greatly improved. Freight carried at very low rate*. jylfi 3m*ec L? D "K()('KAWAV ANT) NKW YORK VW&aJTrivff i A OK?\\ ill nin at follows on ami after .In'v nth nat. I.eave Hockaway at R A. M., for New York. raturninir leave the Warerly House, Ilroailway, at 3>? P. M. for Rockaway, by way of South Kerry Passengers leaving their names at 310 Pearl street, will lie nunc-,

tuaflv called for by 1IKNRY CbNKLIN, anj lm*r Proprietor. yv* I1.I.INOIH ! II.MNOIS!! IIJ.INOIS ! ! !-Anv MpH;?'rson bavin* tor aale at a verv low price, from HO tn Hid .iu.n ie?of lirol late land, .11 > and undulating. in Vermillion Oimty, near Danville. Illinois, inav hearof.? purchaser, by aivplying to JAMKS SIIA\V, 121 Fulton atre**t, N. Y. or by letter post paid, -fating the lowest price |?r acre, the enact location, the peculiar quality, and the quantity of the land; if improved, statinp the |iarticnlani of such improvements ami the manner in which the land i? supplied with water lor farming purpose*. And alsmtating the choapnat and moat direct route from New Vork'city to the lamia described. N. B. State the quantity and quality of the fencing on the land. lm*rc PARIS BOOTfl AND LASTS MADK TO OllDKirHY E. SUSER, 175 Broadway, (Basement,) one door fromCourtlandt street. K. SVSKH, Bootmaker, and maker of Lasts, an jgaHy " Klvc" of (fierce of Pan*. Iiegs learn to inform his friends and all the amateur* of a gentlemanly " chaussurr," that he can now make, in New \ork, with the best Krench materials, all that is so |>erfertly niiole. iu Paris, by his master the celebrated bootmaker Clerot, whose numerous customers on this side of the Atlantic are respectfully invited to try SUHKU'8 boot* and last* before they ikwpair or being chausses' in New York, after (he nicest, latest Pari* Kashion. Also, the genu in* Paris Jet Black Varnish sold. jy88 tm ec _______ - IMIUT AND HIIOK STOKK JOHN RKADi respectfully informs his friend* and-the public. that he has commenced bnsines* in the above line, lit No. 99 Nhiu ulrwt. wli?i? h? will (haiikliillv rw*iT? ?nd r?ithl?nlly Ml orilert h? m*y b? Uroml with on lh? mrwt mumnKltl* rerinn for r<?h jv22r MONK~Y TO LBND. ABRAHAM J. JACK80N, PAWNRHOKF.R, No. 5* '' lt?d? utmt. n?r Broadwiy, loMM money in l*>fr or tm*l I inim, u m?y h? required, on ifxtrhM, j?w?lry, uNcr war*, dry lo.xU, wnrini ip|nu*l, and pwiotial property ?l *T?ry lUirripnon. jylnl lm*r LARD ?14 hbli. fury choic* l^ri^, ior^?|l? ^ ^ ^ ??'< ? 36 South ?tie?t RK H ORNING, AUGUST 19, 1* City Intelligence. j < A ban?oioik?t?Destitution ani> Buicidk ? A luleide, attendant with t>triking'peculiarities, occuirrd yesterday 1 arising from a hushand'4 abandonment of an affectionate > wifv, and her consequent destitution, despair and death.? j The nama of the iiufortunute woman is Catharine Wil- ] helmina Deufrey, and htr husband Samuel Deufrey. < It appears that n few months tinea he leit his home and ' wife and took board at No. M Cheiry street, where, as she J supposed, he was living with another woman, or on t the rve of marrying smother. The wife there" J lore, caneu at inn noar.ung house ol Samuel Chapman, : y No. 15 in the same street, directly opposite, and engaged board, und on Friday of last week, went there with her j things. She informed the family that her husband bad deserted her and lived in the house opposite, and she had taken board thero for the purpotn of being enabled to see him. On Thursday evening she went out and returned j at 9 o'clock. She afterwards remained at the door of the house watching to Ree il her husband came cut of the dwolling opposite, and perceiving two men is'tis forth, | she immediately crossed the street supposing one to be her husband, and begged him for God's sake to speak to ! her. The person addressed turned round, and it proving d not to be her husband,she immediaMy stepped back into | r her Iioarding house. Mrs. Chapman states that she seemed cheerful afterwards,' although the hud at times j fl complained bitterly of her husband's desertion. She 1 j went up stuns to her room about ten o'clock, and < retired to re?t. In the morning, not coming dnwn to ' ' breakfast, Mri. Chapman went tip to see her, when i she lound Iter laboring uuder the ettects of some / poison, but sho refused to make nny confessions, und died soon afterwards. Dr. Newcombe was cnl 1 d in previous to her death, andf discovered a paper on the floor thnt had contain* d arsenic, ami thu symptoms denoting that she had taken that us a poison, he ad. ministered peroxodyd* of iron sk uii antidote, but it hud no effect, as it is t.uppos*d she took the arsenic several hours previous. A number of papers were found in her possession, which shewed that Oct. 18th, IH35, she was married to John Uajerne of Philadelphia, by Henri Scheff, cure of the Catholic community of Hamburg, under the I name of Catherine Wilhelmina Vo-s, of Hamburg, -nd i that on the S6'h ol February, 1840, she was again married to her present husband, Samuel Doulrey, of New V'ork, ' by Henry Chase, minister of the gospel, under the name j oi Miss Wilkelmina t'.nn, and that Oeorgine Vo s und Julius Oewergnes were witnesses. The following, written on a (>neet of foolscap paper, was also fuund in her room after h*T death I " In my lust prayer I shall not forgive Eliza Gibson and Fergenson, and will pray thut their punishment is very haul. I shall pray for you, Dufrey, that God may forgive you, because lalse friends had you in their Hopes, and Bacil Womans. You are the cause of my death, you broke my huurt of Griefo and Trouble, I have no houso nor home tbat was because you told you would no', pay any thing for me. I hope you may get another good wo- I , man, but I hope you will treat her better than mr, but she got a boil headed man with n wieg and a wulf in cheeps close. Tou have to open the tea boxes, there you will find several things; you have to unpack the big 1 trunk very carefully, else you bre?k something. 1 hope 1 Mr. Stxhlinau of the German Church will preach over I my grave. Mr. Valentine, Mr. Wilkins, Mr. Tourner, t Mr. Hunter, Mr. Moore, Mr. Wilson, shall be pall hearers. < You can put me on a linen shirt with long sleeves, as it is , new; it lays in the top drawer. The only wish would he i if I could die in your arms. I shall pray for your forgivement, theu will GoJ forgive you, because you did not know what you were doing, lalau friends u your ruin. ) You don't know what they talk alter your back;thev talk smooth in your face only, every thing to get out of e you, and if your wife told you the truth about it, then you tell her she is a liar, but you not know how you t have hurt her leelihgs by doing to. But my time is ? come now, good, tarewell forever, (here the hand had evidently been afheted with the violent emotion ol the moment) ever, ever. Your truly wife, C. W. DF.UFRKY " " The large looking glass, two jar?, oil can, is at Mrs. Moore's house yet, because I had no room for it." h " To Ma. Wilkinsino, 1 105 Ctdar st., corner of Trinity Place : s " You will p!eaoe see for it, that I get a good coffin and 1 plate on it, |and thnt 1 get buried on our Luthern bury- t ing ground,Jin Vurick street, and out it in tiie. paper that they can be invited to my funeral. "Catherine Wilhel- , mina Dulrey, Irom Hambourg, born 13:h February, lsn7, died , sge 36 y?-urg ? month* days?wile ol j Samuel Deulrey, friends und acquaintances are invited to my funeral this afternoon, at 4 oelock from my late resi- 1 denca." f " Virginia Papers please Copy it." i " You will go to Mrs. Wilson and get from her and I sixpence for soap?M r. Simpson, in the same House, I sold Ift j ards of Carpet at 3shillings pur yard, is $13,62} cents, , that you can already receive lor my funeral, and Mr. Simpson got that Cigar boxes to make, you inHst get it Irom him ; that from Canton and I shall give it to you for present, and Antoinette my Diamond ring,and piece of my 1 hair,?no b#dy get money Irom me I paid them all, arid 1 my board is paid, 1 lult my cooking stove, and the wash li case there, you can sell it to pay the expenses of my fuae- ti ral, at Mrs.' Moores house No. 398 Greenwich st. ' tl " 1 wish that my sister in New Oi leans, 1 will give her a not one piece of my things, and also Fergusion People |, shall have nothing from it, else it would be agin my . wish?The gold watch and the pearl ring and piece Irom my hair, shall have my sister in Bremen, Charlotte Merly Schlefmuhl Ne. 1?T. F. Mertz, my lather,'you can lead v two sheets linen, and my bed?you can send it with Capt. I Paulsen?them other things my husband can keep, the t only wish is that he would not marry that one cve'd Girl Klin Oibso.i, that would be ngainst my with and he would never have luck with her?Mr. Moore is paid, you find the receipt in my pocket book." Acoidfnt to Kkhahu VoOHHirs.?While gunning oa Long Island, this week, the lelt arm of this person waa shot oil below the elbow, and immediately amputated. (. A FLAR>'-ur.?Yesterday morning, a ward constable j and a city marshal, unconnected with the lower |>olice. met in collision on tUo steps, within tliw portico of the Tombs, when one culled thao'hera black-hearted ras- c cal, and the other called the other something s* ill blacker ; and the one caught the other by the coat collar, to c skin him, and the other slipped a loaded club from under t . his sleeve, ami tapped the other on the left side ol the conce, which not happening to come into contact with c any brains, produced no other injury exccpt the blind n staggers, and a small hole in his head. One sued the other for assault and battery, and another officer then d made complaint against them b>th, fur disturbing the p public peace. They then obtained bail lor their appearance at court, and other persons will bit called upon to settle the amount of damages claimed by these deeply I' injured parties, while the public will learn a lesson not to j, engage in the practices so eminently set lorth by conservators of the public peace. 111 Thk Ciiv Hall.?Tho cupula el the City Ilallforse. vera! days past has been undergoing the process of paint- " inR, and yesterday presented the cleanliness and purity If of a new building. The line and fresh unlor of the green tl blind in the centre forms a strong contrast with its recent it uingy aspect now ?ir. i^iorK liogiuator, c.o > out duty, n aiul correct the untimely appearance ot the dial4, aud t| thux add to the imp; ovement ot the top of the City II.ill. |, Anotiirr Attcmftkd Mukdkr?The us? of the knife [I in the settlement ot suppressed private griels, in on the rc- (] pid increase in our city, and sooner or lati-r it will become necessary, or, at leant fashionable, for side arms to lorm an appendage of street dress. On Thursday evening, as a curt man named Uaanighan was proceeding through < 36ih street, to his residence, with his horse aud cait, an > Italian n-med Oeorge Leoni seized a shovel lying in a f cart <i if to wrench it Irom the handi of Utnmghan, ? when word? ensued between them, while each held tho i handle of the shovel, and Leoni drew a large buck horn ( handb* Unite from his |>ocket, as if to uso it in defence. Oanuigbaii asked if he intended to use the knile, and ap- ! prehemling an assault, drew off and struck Leonioa the arm. The latter then immediately (rushed forward, ard ' plunged the knife into Uanninghan's leit side, causing a (. severe, but not actually dangerous wound. He was cor.- b vejedto the City Hospital, where every attention was n tendered him, and Leoni was arrested immediately after < wards, and fully committed at tho Upper Police on a a charge of assault and battery with intent to kill. n Sfreusrp Horik Thisf ? A man who calls himself John c Hughes drove a horse and wagon to the gtocery store oi (l Andrew O'Bry an,corner of Kight Avenue and l?ight St., u yesterday, and offered to sell the establishment for $10.? . Mr. O'Bryan suspecting that the horse and wagon had " l)Pi>n obtained dishOn#Htlv. rpltiUAil In inabf thn ntirrhnid fl and arrettid Hughe* on suspicion ol theft. He ia atlll dt- ri tninod at the upper police waiting this application of the .# owner. The horse i? a light bay, with ?witch tail,andthe u body of the wagon is covered wi'.h coarse oil cloth. tl Sticioi ?? a Cowvict.?The body of a man, dressed in i. the i-rinoii clothes, worn by the convicts on IWack well's .. Island, was discovered in the F.ast River, at the loot of . Urand street, by the ferry master. The Coroner wassent , lor, and on removing the body to th? dock, a rope about '' four feet long was found tied nronn l the neck, with a atouo ri of sufficient weight to sink it, attached thereto The de. h ceased was about 3) years of age, and hud been in tho wa- n terfor several days. Verdict?"founddrowned." Joins L?r.c, the boy whoso arrest and particulars at- S| tending the charge of ataaling a large sura of money, was published in the Herald of Wednesday morning, was ful ly committed yesterday for trial. None of the money has " been recovered. P* Cask or Matm.da Hoao.?A writ of certiorari has been issued by Judge Vander|H>ol, in the case ofthia ' Woman, committed to Blackwelfr Island by Justice Pnr- . " keron Thursday as a common prostitute and vagraLt, w which will bo iirguvd on Monday next, and a full report t( givpn in the Herald the next morning. It was with this th understanding that we published the alKdavit* in full, in ' gj the case reporteil yesterday, in order that our readers! l> might be made fully acquainted with all the facts attt n i dant upon the firtt decision. ' n< M*. KniToa ! ,,1 In jii'ticeto inysell I must request of you to give in?ei? j . tion 10 the following communication It appears that in ' ' the Tolice reports iu j our paper of >est?rdajr, an article 1 ' appeared calculated to injure mo in public estimation: and f being extensively engaged in business in this city, l|deem I ? it no more than an act of duty I owe myself and Iriends ol to stale the particular* ol the altair, and the circumstances ] i* under w hich I was arrested. A week or so ago one I Chas K. Watson, whom I have been acquainted with for J omit time pa?,waniea inr 10 can ana ?> >' nim ai ni? home in tbi? city, anl the niKht I was arretted I stopped in for n lew momcnt? with my homekeeper, MclinJa, who i* paid by m? for her ?ervic?-? by the month, and wa? entca^rd in K convernation with him when acveral police offlcom and A watchmen entered hi# premi*c? without any cauie what- n ERA 543. !ver, snd ui Kktc.i the ?aid Wi.tson and my?elf and locked in up in the City Tnton. There wan tio |>eiion came to raid Watioii'i houae with any woman that night whilst I wan there?nor wii I urri?Ud for any came whatevermil ray case being like a gn at many that are brought up before the Lower Police, where parties are liable to be arrented without any affidavit or cause of romplaint being lodged again*! them, but merely through the caprice of he Magistral or Police Officer for an lina^iuary crime. Iwaatho next mormni;, on a dual hearioir before thv residing Magistrate, discharged, then- bring no comlUint of any kiml ugaiu-t me. I alio deem it my duty to itatn that I work bard for a livelihood, and have been en(aged several years in business 111 this city, and that 1 iave no connection whatever v. i h any oi>h connected vitb tliU touching bulla?I mentioned in Your paper. ALEXANDER IIOAO. Nt w York, Aug. 18, 1843^ Albany. [Correspondence ol the Herald.] Albany, August 17, 1813. Politiial Movemmtt?ICIrction of Dtltgulct to iht Syruium Convention?-Divition amongst the Van Burenitn ami IhrJricmJt of the Farmer Governor. )kar Sir:? Our locofoco county convention for selecting !e legates to the State convention to be held at Syracuse next month, met yesterday at New Scotland, ind strange its it may seem to the mere "lookers on n Venice," a demonstration was made there in eploeilion lo (rov. Bouck. For several days past Crosswell, Corning, Wusson our Tyler postmastei) and those who hold the Governor in the hollow of iheir hands, and have diected all the appointments, have been assiduously it work to pack a delegation from the city to aplaud the (iovernor in this convention. On the ulierhand the "young democratic" were on the ui vivt, and yenter lay the governor's men who :ould not get to be delegates, attended as the lobby. A .tw.n .....o i.l? ilwo- i he convention, approving of the political cource ol he "tanner" while governor, and here these rnen ast ill** lire brand. Col. McKown rose and made l most eloquent speech, in which he insisted that lothing had transpired since the governor came in0 ottice by which ihe parly could judge ol his poitical faith or integrity, or his fitness or capacity for iftice,unless they were involved in his appointments, vluch were, perhaps, ot an equivocal, domestic diameter. He was followed by Messrs. French, /an Dyck, Cassidy, and others, who advocated the ?me vi-ws, and besides, that this was not the time >r occasion for any such manifestation or singular Hbrt; and, again, they were unwilling to hazard the ihancesof their Presidential candidate with such in incubus. On the other hand, Mr. Blanchurd, (who seeks he Surrogacy of Albany, and who mysteriously ap ieart d as a delegate in ihe place of another,) conended that it was the proper tinr*, and that the governor was entitled to all the laudations contained in the resolution. The vote between these parit's was as follows?from the city, 30 votes cast; ltt or the resolutions, 14 against them. There cime up another breez<* as to the delegate, he young men claiming Flag*?, and the Argus and rvier men M?rcy, and of course Klagg shared the lame fate as the objection to Bouck. A pretty general apprehension existing that he Tyler men were too favorable to Marcy, and is he holds an appointment under John Jones' ac:idency, it became necessary to instruct their dele ;,ite to vote with Mr. Van Buren'a friends in the state Convention. It is now conceded that this county will be whig igain thin fall, as tiie Bouck men from the city have aistd a flame which cannot be quenched, and they ire willing to lose it, as none but a young " barnjurner" can be nominated for the Assembly,and him hey can do without. This feud has set in motion aball which will raise 1 tempest, and not a teapot one either; this same scene will be enacted at Syracuse next month on a larger Fcale, and the ward und town meetings this all will be agitated by the Regency. If the "Magician" does not look out sharp, and keep hia personal friends a little in check, he will be divided in lis strength in ibis State. Tiie county and town meetings will, it is said, declare their utter abhorrence ot the dallying ap>rnaclics of John Tyler and John Jones, and declare heir appointments as not emanating from the denocracy, and will require the proper vouchers, that fie party regatd the pauper minions of a trai'or to us parly as not parcel cl the democracy or entitled r> share their triumphs, if triumphs they have, so lie Jones's are destined to he a short lived family Iter all, and their number seems to be legion. It as at last become known why his Excellency was o devoted to Westchestercouuty on his pilgrimage here is a gentleman there named John Hunter, vhoce time as Senator expires this fall: and Mr. luriter's regard lor his Excellency and Wasson,and lamilton.&c., was not unequivocal. Yours, (tec. H. Philadelphia. irnnoinnn.l.nxii nf 1Kb Itnralil \ XVW. V-ru?VMV? V. PHILADELPHIA, Aug. , 1813. }iuiint Remarks on liankt, Binking anil Catholicity. )EAR SIR ;? Please state in your valuable Herald the quantity if specie now existing in the banks of the city and :ounty of Philadelphia ! ! You must have noticed he constant declaration of our oracles, "which annot lie," issuing by authority, what is termed iew.-papers, "that money is very abundant here, nd its hire less than six per cent a year on approved aper." As I have received much instruction from fading your money articles since A. D. 1H35,1 in?r many other citizens are now aware that money, e. coin, being one of the results of labor, as well s a necessary to all dwellers in cities, without round to till, that no act can be more oppressive tan the conduct of the Hump managers of the Phiidelphia banks, in inducing the public to deposite leir money in their buildings free of charge, that it uy remain ther? dead and of no use, because the , imagers of said banks are without sufficient in- 1 ulligfnce to conduct the business of legitimate ' mking, or are hostile to all enterprise in which hey are not invited to share. There is no coinmulityon earth where an honest man can obtain lete notify on loan, or lor so short time an here, under ne dynasty 01 ine i?anagersoi oanfs, proclaim1 ng iourly 10 i lit- famishing population, that I lie banks lave "abundance of money to lend." Lot us ?U|>>ose that the same benevolent managers had (he crew's of all the hydrants and water cocks, and he same population commenced perishing with hirst, as they are now starving for money, are you >f opinion they would be content to depart for "the omb of the Capulets" under the cannngand chauntng requiem ol the Presbyterians, Protestants and Quaker sects that have and still fill the stations ol ank managers. And pray record it as a fact ihnt 0 member of the Roman Catholic Clinrch was vei adirector of the United States Rank here, nor s far as I know, is now a director ol any ol the relaining banks How do you account for this in'a ountrv where the heads of both factions assert tlia< ccording to the declaration of Independence th' nion of Church and State was for ever proscribed ! j t is well known that the three banking sects 1 have ; 1 amcd have, from A. D. 1822 up to 18-10, had an ave< , ije uwue and circulation in thisState of not lets than ! (30,000,000of irredeemable bank notes, with which rea|>on they controlled the ballot box and were ins able to send their representatives to the [vgis i ilive halls, and thus have monopolised and united ! le Church, the State, and the paper money oower. 1 evidence of this, observe that, under this dynasty le wliole character of the population has deterio\ted?ceitainly that portion of it which set in the , igh places of the churcU, the State, and the paper loney mints?but pray record it as another fact, to lustrate how the native blood lias (alien from the ' andard of the Roman republican Brutus, " who o 'onId have brookedthe eternal devil to keep his stat? l Rome," that a very large majority of all these n rsons who have pi lyed such fantastic tricka her?, nd in the legislature, were not native citizens ol 'ennsylvania but emigrnnts to our soil from New Inglnnd, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, t 'hose nakedness and love of luxury induced them > enlist under the banner of the local Catalines ol ns State. The report of the committee ol the Leislature on the #09,000 lumber job of Governor orter, contains thesforn testimony ?| the illus- ' ious President of the Moyamensin^ Hank, (who i i doubt hails as a son ot Pennsylvania, when trav- 1 ling in his coach and four black geldings, but is , /, by birth, hide and tallow, a diminutive i >rn subject of the Prince of He?wc Cassel?our bel forefathers slew Ins countrymen as Heeaian!-) that on said occasion of buying a law to enable ir fifty-one banks to continue the plunder of the r ople another twelve months, he swears he played le important part of a " stool pigeon." I oajy refer i this public action of a public bank officer, to , ove that said Judas was not the product of the t til nf lVnnavlvnnm ami ln> it Mrnrilffl. th&t HO ?l oman Catholic was concerned in that Benedict mold transaction. A Protestant, a Quaker, and ] ? Presbyterian were the committee ol the Untied i LD. Prlre Two Centr Such Hank thai receipted lor the Uolgoiha money ihe " forty pieces of mlver." l.<et us denounce all men and out tliein upon ihe stool of repentance, who have polluted the mantel of religion to serve the cause of Mammon and Belial, that their cureed seed of traitors may not lake root in our land. Are you aware that the still nmall voice of the native sons of Pennsylvania has heretofore atifl-d itself, unj . if __ I iL-A -i_i J _r f i nt?r in#* vhill nope inm huh uunu t?i wur nundred city bandiiii would have become voluntary fugitive* from justice, and that our aggregate character for honor and honesty, might thereby be restored liy following the rnaxim of William IVnn, " Pence nnd good will unto all men"? Hut tliin anticipation has not been realized. It in now a grave tact that the existing managera of the banks and the city councils are the dormant partners and accomplices of the very parties whose audacious acts since 1822 caused the whole world to aver thai this city of brotherly love merited the fate ot the cities of the Plain?hence we say that" no good can come out of Nax ireth!" The epoch has already arrived, when the attentive ear can hear the tones of the tocsin of alarm, rung by the ga'laut spirits, calmly combining iheir atrenth, moral, intellectual and physical, to ellect without delay popular regeneration. The first act ib to remove that modification ol tyranny which has so long plundered and oppressed us in the shape of corporations, with exclusive privileges, whose vocation is followed in every building to which the word "bank" ia given! Moses, Lafayette, Washington and Jerohohani led the first solitary spirits to victory, who shook off the Adoram hand of their era of taxation ! "Go thou and do likewise," is our motto. W. P. Plirnlx Ifnnk Trial*. Oo Thursday morning, nay ? a Bolton paper, at the open . ing of tin; court,Mr. Huntington.the district attorney,com mouccd his cloning argument on the part of the govern ment. It occupied the whole d >y. In Hllimion to n call u|>en him from the other side to show, if VVyman hail the missing money of the Bank, where it wax, he ttaid that he was surprised at such a call; hut had prepared one or two items which would show where some ol it had gone. Among them was one thousand dollars paid to one ot the eminent counsel, aud one thousand dollars to another counsel. At ths Mr. Webster winced perceptibly, and interrupted with the exclamation. " Thin i? vulg-ir, t)?ri/vti/gor." " Vulgar or not vulgar," said Mr. Huntington, " 1 am prepared to prove that the eminent counsel on the other side art* to get their pay out of the plunder of the Bank.'' Webster and Deitur writhed beiieHth thin The former exclsimsd, " This, this in too vulgar, and 1 will not submit to it." Dexter said, " It ii beneath our notice." Continued Webster," I will not 8ul>mit to ait here, and bo abused in thii manner. I will not submit to it without the direction of the court." Jildgis Allen interfered, and Raid he did not notice the particular expression obj cted to, but he thought auch remarks on conntel uncalled (or. Heiaid something further about the right of the accused to employ such counsel as they chose, and concluded by saying that hudid not mean to censuro the district attorney, lor he did not pay particular attention to his remarks. Mr. Hum yaTow then rrsumcd his argument and presented tho variou.'i (acts to the attention ol the jury. The specious arguments urgrd by the opposite side, that tha acts of Wyman did not amount to embezzlement, bccaasn there was no cvidenco that he received u direct benefit from the moucy, were refuted by the District Attorney, who presented Iheconsideration that the strong interest he felt in the standing and success of Stanley, Reed St Co., his relationship to members of the lirin, his motive to screen himself from ruia by further advances to 8. R. k Co., until their ntfairs should take a favorable turn, all showed such wilful, intentional, and known to be unlawful taking for his own benefit, as to amount to an embezr.lement in the obvious, commonsense meaning of the word. The Court was to charge the Jury on Thursday morn w>g. Court fur the Correction of Errors. Auoust 17.?Present?The Lieut. Oovernor. the Chief Justice, Senators Bartlitt, Bicken. Jeyo, Dcnniston, Dickinson, Ely, Foster, franklin, Lott, Mitchell, Piatt, Porter, Putnam, llhoades, Root, Scott, Scovil, Varian, Varney, Works?32 Absent?Jus'ico Btonson, J'istice Cowen, Senator* Chamberlain, Corning, Dixon, Faulkner, Hard, Hopkins, Hunter, Lawreuce, Sherwood, Strong?I'J. No 3. Thaddeus Joy and others appellants and respondents vs. Jonathan Child* appellant und respondent. Mr. E. Darwin Smith continued his argument for J. Childs and closed Mr. M.T. Hey noils commenced his argument for T. Joy and others. Hovsatonio Rail Road.?We lear.1 that the subscriptions lor the new stock in this road imuunt to ilian hull" the sum required, and that the Directors of the Company have coine to thr conclusion that the road must be s?ld, in conformity to law. This is greatly to be regretted, hh the road, if sold, at forced sale, will probably go for barely sufficient to redeem the Company's certified paier Some doubt whether it will bring enough for even that. In such C'iee the bonds of the Company u ill be gsod for nothing. The stockholders, of course, lose the whole of their investment. The cily of Bridgeport owns #150,000 of the nock. Near or quite that amount is owned by individual citizens. The two together make a great loss for such a place as Bridgeport, whose population is less than 5,000.?Bridgeport Flirmcr. UNITED STATES T E A EMPORIUM, 121 latf. 129 Chatham *trcrt, New York. Anil 110 Kulton street, Brooklyn. Ao|.*< V. JIB Bl.KMkhK Hi KKKT, IW II O I, K *4 A I. K. AND R K TAIL, 'T'llF. CANTON TKA COMPANY continue to offer for A sale now and fragrant Tf?i of every variety and style.? Their assortment specially includes the most delicious and powerful prides of Green and Ulack. Kvwv package bears the stamp of neatness and elegance, and the 'I eas therein are so thorough!! secured from lt||nt uid air, 11? *? theirquality and l>ower will remain unimpaired in any climate. Their svstem ??f prosecuting business is, perhaps, scarcely to l>e etce||e<i. It is founded upon tlie utmost regard to the rights ol the customer, especially with respect to weight and quality, and unrivalled cheapness. All purchasers are called upon to return any article* which fail to give them the iitm<?st satisfaction^ whicn the money wll be cheerfully and promptly refunded. Country merchants, public establishments, heads of families, and shipmasters will find it a decided advantage to supply themselves from this establishment. (bftink Java Corrr.r. roasted every day. Orders from all parts of the United Htatec executed with I ITT 'I'll* only warehouse in America for the sale of HorII V? celebrated Black Tea. j29 Im'm ?R INDIA TEA COMPANY. 18s Canal stkkkt, New York. EN<'OIJHA (iKD l>V tlie satisfaction given since (Im opening of their establishment respectfully invite the Attention of nnr:h.viti anil fimiliesto their ample dock of superior Tnu and Coffee, purchased for cash, liy ene of the firm, long ex perien re J in the trade, anil for yearn an inspector of Ten* imported by the K.ast India i"e? CumI'any, of London. They confidently recoiu/ meud them, not only a* the best in quality, but a* ohea|>er, ttnff III to lijmr cent than can be had elsewhere. All orderspromptl mil faithfully executed, *nft lm*m KKWAHD?OR.0S8' SPECIFIC MIXTURE for ip'jyjyj the cure of tlonorrhasa, Oleets, Strictures anil ana logous complaint* of the organ of generation. Of all remedies yet discovered for the ;abo>? complaints this is the most certain. It nukes a spe?dy and permanent cure, without the least restriction to diet, drink, exposure or change in application to business. We give no long quack recommendations to deceive the public. If the medicine does not sjieak for Uself no one shall speak for ?. Our object is to notify wl*re h can b? had, and tlie proprietor challenges a tingle cue of recent Oonorrhira to be brought, in which the mixture will not effect a rapid cure, under a forfeiture of This is a disease Ukit unfortunately pervades all ranks of society?high, low. rich and poor, matrimonial and single. They ire here presented with a remedy by which they can cure themselves without the least exposure, in the shortest time po*ai> ble. Knrther, the disease cannot be contracted if a dose of tlie mistnre is tak>'ii at night oil going to bed when ex|>osed. It is put up in bottles with lull directions accompanying it. It SI a bottle. One bottle lasts a week, which generally cure# ?many ire cured in two days. For sale only at Win, H. Milnor's, 192 Broadway, eonier of John street, opposite Franklin House, New Vork ; J. Jones, torner of ( hestnut and Seventh streets, Philadelphia: and at I. M. Smith's, IM Waahingti'ii strt-f. U?*i"n. j y I r? I in * re it. M ri;v>KK, A' ci?7 NO. 110 William steer, corner of John ?treef. and 437 Broadwiv h ive rtenved, by rei-ent arrivals, an extensive supply >f the following FANCV (MIODH, which were carefully seeded by a comiiefnt person at Paris, Berlin, Sic., and whicK hey offer for sale, iu wti'ileaals and retail, on liberal terms, 'Merlin Zephyr and (lerman Worsted?the most complete ** lortment. ... Ilfrlin F.mbroidery rattmit-icnnneMWCtin. Canraas Cor Lmbroidory, of cotton, worsted, liuen, silk, gold ml sileer, of all widths and qualities. Silk t'lienill*. for embroidery, triinmi otj and flower making. Purvi Twist, (termAll, French <ud Kn|nih, plain and shaded, n skeina, sticks, and on spools. Floss Silk for F.mbroidery ami Fringe makers, in skeina and III spools. Susiwjidwa, superbly embroidered, and Suspender TrimniiiKs. (fold, Silrer and Steel Reads, in all Noa. Mother of I'nnrl, Gold, Silver and Steel Purse Ornaments. Oold and Silror Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twnt, Thread and r aasels. Km broidery Frames, and a variety of different fancy Artiilea. Artificial FIowctj?a choice selection. ... Fringes, of cotton, worsted and silk, imj>orted anil demeatic Gimps, Taasels, Buttons uid all other kind ol trimming. jy 17 3m*ee f'KNTI. KM UN'S I.KFT OFF \ l? IJ ItOJU;?(?entl?ur men or families desirous '>r converting thflVmioff wearIIIK vpparel into ' iah, can obtain for the sainr the Repeat caah ^To families and sentlemen imttiiiK the city,or changing re.i |,?nrr Ii.t>nig am .upwfliious effects to dispose of, will find it mtich'to their advantage to send for the subscriber, who will It tend them at their residence by appointment. H. LF.VF.TT, No. 6 John st. New York \ line through the post office, or otherwise, will receive I loihinx rlwi?d, .mil repniiril. ?i? 17 lim SHIKI YIAM;FACT('I;V, AND <IKNTI.K.MKN'S Fl'KNI?UIN(? STORK, IQ MAIDKN LANK.-Ju.t ir.rivc.l llw- !?? ? ""< ">?? ' 7 uppnivixl French |wtt<-rn thirM. A icii*"! ???orrm?nt ol him, under nirmonu, hosiery, cr?r?tv h?ndk?rchi*l?, Shirt* mid nnd?r Kariiiruti riud# up'to order ?nd r?-j >aira*>X at linrt nottc*. For wl?, 100,00# ?kriu? black^nd 'fv? 3*1 y? r

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