Newspaper of The New York Herald, 20 Ağustos 1843, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 20 Ağustos 1843 Page 5
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NET Vol. IX.?No. Whole No. 344* HALF HA ST SIX, A. M. ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WESTERN. ONE DAY LATER. Further Riots In Wnlra?Movements In Spain?State of the Markets. The steamship Great Western, Capt. Hosken, arrived ibis morning after a boisterous pat-sage of fifteen and a half days The whole voyage yards down acd topmasts struck. The last week experienced very thick weather. The G. W. brings 121 cabin passengers and a full freight. James Gordon Bennett, Efq. of the New York Herald, with his lady and child, passed through Liverpool on the 5th instant, on their way to I reland. The packet ship Montezuma, which leit New York on the 19ih ult., reached the Mersey on the 4th at 8 o'clock. The weather had improved, and the great corn ?? \17\, I. - _ J L... lalu uiui i\ti av ?t ancuciu waif UUl ttt'icu ujiuu uy iuc 10^ heavy rains to the extent that we anticipated. No Berious injury has yet been done to the crops, and if the remainder of ihe month should exhibit a fair portion of warmth and sunshine, all may yet be well. But the time is critical?sufficiently bo to excite apprehension. Nothing in the way of news had transpired since the departure of the Hibernia. Seville, Spain, continued to be bombarded on the 25th ult., showing great resolution, but Buffering great disasters. Sarrogor<aa had sent in its adhesion to the Government at Madrid. The Junta of Burgos had ^arrested General Seoane, on his passage through that place. Madrid continued tranquil. Nothing of importance from Ireland. The Lords of the Treasury had issued a minute, which had been received at Dublin, and a copy forwarded to every person holding office under Government, threatening with immediate dismissal every individual who connects himself in any way, however remote, with the agitation for the repeal of the Union. The repealers will, of course, regard this as a mere brulum /tilmm, and laugh at it accordingly. Repeal ? O'Connell has invited Sharman Crawford and the beat of Ireland's landlords to become members of the Repeal Association. He says, in his letter, "that the relations between landlord and tennant cannot possibly be suffered to remain as they are. There must be on end put to the wholesale massacres of the clearance system. There must be an end put to the retaliatory associations of agents, landlords, and in-coming tenants The stain of blood must be effaced by obliterating its causes, and that can be done only by an airangement consented to, and concurred in, by the be3t olaas of landlords, and rendered sufficiently protective of the occupying tenants. Nothing can be more absurd than to accuse the repealers of a desire for separation or lor revolutionary violence. What we want is to preserve and improve the social statenot to injure it What we desire is to consilidate the connection with England upon a popular basis ?not to sever it." The Augsburg Gazette mentions a report that the King of the French is not opposed to the idea of marrying the young Queen of Spain to an Italian Bourbon, and that negociations on the subject have been opened with the Court of Lucca. Tug Nkw York Packet Sun s ?Since the despatch of yesterday's publication by the Steam Ship Hibernia, we have the srrival of three Packet ships from New Yoek?the Virginia, Captain Allen; the Montezuma, Captain Lowber; and the Hottinguer, Captain Burnley. HoirsK or Lords, Friday, August 4.?The Lord Chancellor took his seat oa the woolsack at live o'clock. The Commissioners for taking Affidavits in Scotland and Ireland Bill went through committee; to be reported ou Monday. On the motion ol the Earl of Dalhousie t he Exciee Bill was read a second tune and was ordered to be read a third lime on Monday. The Earl of Kodcn presented two petitions from the county of Down in favor of a grant to'he Church Educa'ion Society; a petition from the Protestant inhabitants of Westport a^ins; the national bystem of education in IreUnd; petitions from places in the counties ol Wesimeaih and Antrim against any further grant to the College ol Maynooth; and a petition to the high sheriff, grand jurors, clergy, and geniry of Kilkenny, s^ainst the repeal of the legislative union. The earl said he would take this op. porlunity of giviug notice of his intention to present a peiition Irom a very large class of the Protestant i inhabitants of the csunty of Down, respecting the act of Parliament relating to proce^ions in Ireland. He had intedded to present the petition in question on Monday next, but as he uuderstood there wou'd be some bbsiness before the hou?e on that day, he would submit it to their lordshipi on Tuesday. The Slave Trade (Ai stria) Bill, the Slave Trade (Mexican Republic) Bill, the Slave Trade (Chili) Bill, the Slave Trade (Poitugal)iBill, and the Stamps Bill were teverailv read a second time. Hebrccn Hints. Swansea, Aug. 4, 7 o'clock, A. M.?No sooner were the parlies whose examination wes sent you in my last report committed, than the Rebeccaites, as if to show the wantonness ot their power, and their utter contempt of the very large military and police torce assembled at this place, actually deetroped three gates, and broke in the doors and windows of a toll-house. Spain. Tklewkafhic Despatciiks Bayonnk, August 1. " 1 he bombardment of Seville still continued on the morninS of the 25:h The disasters Bccasioned by it were very great. The city evinced the strongest determinant to resist. " The Government (in Madrid) published on the 30th a manifesto, tending to establish ol its legality, and announcing the speedy convocation of the | Cortes " The intelligence from Saragorsa of the 28ih and 29 h makes no mention of a reaction which was said to have taken place in that city on the 23th. " Hrigadter Ametler issued on the same day a conciliatory proclamation. The Political Chief had given in Ins resignation, and the municipality had announced his adhesion to the Government of Madrid. Pkhpignan, August 1.?The junta of safety ot Valencia has recoguized the Lopez ministry as the provisional government. Nothing new had occurred at Barcelona down to the 30th ult. We have received by ihe same express Madrid .journals and correspondence of the 27th ult., on which day it was believed that the CorteB would be convoked lor the 1st of Octofcer. The appointment of the Duke of Baylrn to the guardianship ot the Queen, was held to show that the provisional Government would not take upon itself the responsibility of proclaiming Her Majesty of age before the time fixed by ihe constitution. The Dake of ^araeossa had been named Captain-Commander of the Halberdiers. The "state ol siege," in which the province of Madrid wss declared on th# 9;h, was raised by a decree of the 28th The Hrraldo stales that the Ministry would probably be modified for ihe purpose of completing it. M. Lopez would in tb:?t case assume the direction of the Foreign Department; M. Aylon that of Justice, and M Madoz w.m'd succeed the lattenn the Ministiy of Finance The brigade pf General Bayona, consisting of four battalions of infantry, several squadrons ot rivalry, and some artillerv. entereil Madrid on thf 26th. O'Donnell had arrived at Madrid, nnd was to be appointed Captain-General of the Island of Cub,i vice General Valdes. Oa his pasjage through Valladolid O'Donnell (irerented himtelf bebefore the junta of Old Castile, and declared that the enemies ol the union and liberation of the countiy could alone attribute to him and his companion* in rxile ideas of reaction, vengeance, or even of | oil. tical predominance; thai he come to jain hi* fellow-countrymen in supporting Queen Isabel II , the constitution of 1837, entire national independence, and the conciliatory programme of the Lopez Mimatri. Our Paria letter of Thursday states, that a feeling of indignation against Kspariero was becoming general in consequence ol his violent proceedings at Seville. It was admitted that to possess himself of ' ** ; V YO] NE I that city at any price might nave entered into hi* i original (>!an oi ope rations, but thai to pursue it n<>w was only gratuitous and unnecessary crutlty. J.he rrench government was about lu recognize ihc new government 01 Spain,a formal notification that it had been installed having reached Paris, and it was said the British government was equally and similarly prepared. The new government has publithed a ina- | nifesto, in which it claims to be " legally consti tuted," and " deriving its power and legality Irom the insurrectionary junta or Government ol Barceloua" (and whicli Wbs tor a long while personified in Genera! Merrano), " which has been recognised by all the provinces," and " Irom the , universal acclamations with which the Lnp?z Miniatry had been called upon to take office:" ! This mate logic will paei tor what it is worth. Our correspondent states, that the ex-Queen Regent wet seriously thinking of proceeding to Madrid, and mentions in support ot the arerrtion the names ot parties connected with the household who had already taken out their pasports for Bayonne. He then adds, "You will teel tuiprised, possitily, at the tendency to improvement which the French , funds manifest in the face of the difficulties which some fee to the gen- ml establishment of trdnquilitv la Spain, but tLs order has been given Irom the dominating power to brin<? up the funds tor the moment at least, and to speak wiili more certainty or necessity, lor meeting the liquidation has compelled purchas' rs at high rates, and in this latter fact, at least, you have the secret of a rise which is in no respect due to any favorable circumstance or intelligence kept secret irom all the world." There is not a word ot domestic news in the Paris j papers before us. Market*. London Money Market? 1'he English Stocks have not undergone much alteration since our last publication; investments to considerable extent have been made by (be public, and no new feature of ony importance has pn sented it'elf. The rectnt intelligence by the Overland Mail ha* had no eff.ct upan the market The prtmium upon Exchequer Bills ia lowur and Consols have recaded slightly of late, tee sales of an influential b:oker having affected pricea slightly; in other raapecta we have .little alteration to notice in British lunda. In anticipation of a large imprtation of grain Irom abroad, the Foreign Exchengea have declined ; they will probably remain without improvement tar aome time, but from the abundant supply ol bullion in the Bank of England, the fluctuation ol the corn market will have little elf?ct the priceaof Stocks On the receipt of advices stating that an armistice had been concluded between Texri ana Mexico, tbe bonds ol the latter country immediately advanced nearly 3 per cent : they are, however, now ra.her flit at the quota'ions. Columbian have improved, as also have Brazilian, though it is by no means improbable that iue new ujvvi iiiiivm ui opuiu win reiuse 10 recognise the arrangement* ol the late Minister of Finance ; Span ish stock continue* on the rise, IS per cent, being considered a sufficiently high dividend to warrant the risk. Friday Night, August 4.?The weather and the state of the crops are topics anxiously commented upon at present; the general impression is tnat prices ol corn will advance, and in that anticipation many orders have bern sent to DiBtzis aud other continental ports, as before sta. ted; however, the value ol' British stocks is no* likely to be much affected by the probable impoits. Consols for immediate transfer, and time, are 93j to 93|. Exchequer Bills are 663 to 67s premium, and East India Bonds 6Si to 70s premium. The New Three and a Half pert'entsar* 101} to 1011; the Reduced 10-J| 1<U}; and the Three per Cents 9-ij to 94|. Bank stock lev} to 181$, and the South Sea Old Annuities are 02J to 92j. Thn dealings in Spanish Bonds are atill circumscribed, and the quotations seem rather heavy, though no decline can be noticed. The Five per Cents are I9j to J, and the Three per Cents 26j to J. Portuguese Convened Stock has realised 40to 4?J, Mexican 3ij to {; and Brazilian 71J; the Dutch Two and a Half per Cents are 53J to J. ' London Tradc Report, Fridey Evening. -Sugar.? More demand has existed for Welt India sngar to day, and stead v prices have generally ruled. The sales amount to 869 bnds including It Ohhds including 100 hhds Barbados at auction, all of which louu4 buyers at from 69j 6d to 67 tor low to fine. No sales of Mauritius or Bengal took placc. In foreign 1.633 bixcs Havroa and 1,066 baps Manilla were offered , the souud ol the loioier wps taken in at 18s. to 23s. for yellow, and 21s. to 31*. lor white; the damaged (abmt 1,100 boxei) all sold at from 16s. to 24s. The Manilla brought 17*. ftd for good brown. Cot-ran:.?The market continues (tealy. Of 2,1C0 bags Ceylon at sale, the sound qualities were bought in at a very high figure. 36 bags plantation Ceylon sold at 76s. to 9Js. 630 bags East India went at 20s. 6J to 30s. for Tadang and Samarand : (30 bale* ot sold at AOs. to 7lt. 6.1.; and 3 ( casks of Jamaica at from 63s to 103s. 6J-, which were full prices. Livkrpuoi. Co i tom Mahkk.t, August 4th, 3 o'clock. P M ? The merchants of Liverpool are making a movement to induce Uovemmeut to allow a drawback upon duty paid Cotton expoi ti d. At present foreign buyer* are limited to the quantity in bond, but undertne new ayctrm they will also have the free stocks to cbooae from? It ia a fortunate circusnstpnce that the Commissioners of Inquiry into revenue affmra, and the President of the Board of Tiade are favorable to this plan. The market to-day maintaina a steady appearance, and thera is no alteration whatever in any di scription of American Cotton ; a fair demand continues to be experienced. The sales will reach atout 6.0C0 h.lfs. Cotioi* Thidic- A' gust 5?4 o'clock P. M.?The Cotton trade tc- lay has a tolerable steady appearance, but the mirket does not displa) any animation, and the supply of Ameiican sor's continues abundant. The quotatioua of yeaterday remain undisturbed, and the salea will amount to about b.C'JO bale 3. In our market lor other foreign and colonial produce, nothing ol any importance has been transacted. The weather tbia m< rnlng has undergone a favorable change, and ia at present very firm and warm. L vfcRrooL Conn Market, Aug. a.?In contcquonce of heavy rains which have fall, a this morn ng, our market has acquired more firmness, and the transactions In Wheat to-day, though on a limited scale, hate generally been at rather higher ratea. Flour likewiie on a very moderate demand, has brought : jmewhat better terms. We have nothing of impoumce to notice in other erticl?J. Statkoi- Trade?Manchester, Friday evening.?The immense shipments fur China since the peace seemingly previ lit any s*ir in the cloth market since the arrival ot the mail, most per.ies fjneying that os soon na the supplies get to hand there will be more than sufficient for the dumand?uO that we repot t th'ngaas on Tuesday for all descriptions of goods. Twist continues ready sale, and atpricci without any quotable change. The demand c ems tully cauel to the prodtictson. Bradford, Thursday.?There is no decided change in our piece market. The demand conMnnes good, end all 0|^rat;ves tully employed. Yarns?This article is in good demend, both lor home use and lor e*pjr . The ad vance lately eaked by the spinne.a has been generally given The spinner* are workihg mostly to order,eud of couise busy. Couas A?thenti<)ue.> -Pari*. August 3.?Five per ct's., 13if. 9 le.Mc.3C3.; Three per Cents., 81f. 53c. 4JC- 63c.; Baik Auctions, 3,20:?f.-, Kente de Naples, lf6f 3)c.; R> mana, 18.',Ji; Spanish Actives, S3 asj; Belgian Five per Cent*, 1831, 104; Belgian Five per Cents, 1S10, 10SJ |? Belgian Five per Cents, 1849. 107; Belgian Three per Cents, 74f ?0J. Belgien Bank.777l. t0:.783f ; Dutch Twa. and-l-half per cents, 04; Hay tlr>n Loan.47, (tie. Exchange an Landon, one month, paper, 34C 55; money, 3*f. 53|.; three months, monev. 'Ul. isr Bourjr, Aug. #, half p^t Three o'clock P.M.?Lut Price*.?Kive per Cent*, I9J1. 46c.; Three per Centa.ESf. die. PnsRongcr* Arrived. ** Liverpool?Strain ship Great Western?Jacob Abbott, Ja* Buckley, John Buchanan. Wm Barhonr, Francis Rurstall, Win Barton. John Bradbury, M Buckhardt, WK8 Coolidxr, P J Cockhnm, Miaa Julia Cook. I) D Castillo, W H Coles, Henry Cocker, Thoa W Ca?kerry, 8 K Cromwell, Dr Tlioi Cock, Jno W (asilear, K Cohjuhouu, lady, two children and servant. Louis C Callett, Tlios Dixon and lady, Miss Dixon, Ury J Ii Dnrhin, F Dr Coeu, M Dubbin, I'O Ham Denny, K K Dimcan. Saml B Dver^ F Dandelot, O Drake, Charles F.ngler. I id v and sWvant.Q B F.nxlish. J KlfAfnnt, John Foster, J i Fisher. W M Uio.ioii, K Guniey, B Goldridge Miss J Garnett, Ml* K Onind, M Griffith, M Olasheii, 8 VV Handy, Chas D Haiea, J K Derrick, A Holmes. C A Holmes, F K Huntingdon. Miss K Juson, L Jatldon, Lt ( has Jeffries R N, Hichd Jandon, Miss Jennis, James C Little, C I?ee, I' Low, J Lefferta, Dr B Moffatt, C Martin, May, rhomis Manning, G B Murray, Miss Murray, Mr Mackay and lady, YV H Mann, A 8 Moutant, Mrs and Miss Mott, K Pleasant,Thoa Paton, John Parrott, Chaa Pease. Mr Putnam, lady and servant, H Plan teen. A \V Primet, 11 Pickersgill, A S Petrie, (} \V Peiinnilton, M Prave K M Richards, W Ro*., Miss De Ruyter, W C Richards, M Rickuff, K IS Stone. T A Smith, J H Smith and servant, D A Stratlier, 1C B Strange, Thoa W Starron Jr, Hev G K S-mpaon, M A Tliorndike, M ThoBpson, C; W Thomas. Thos Toddington, S S Thornton, A S Valentine, K Wissmanu and ladv. Miss Wissmann, 8 P Williams, Geo Wood. Geo Wright. K A Whittha.11, J II Wicht, J Wilson, M Wliyte, Miss Whvte, 11 Willmers, L Ytnrbridge Total, 121. NHIPP1IVH INTRLI.IUENCK, At.nirns, July 2.5?Arr Fnincea Amy, Giberson, NVork. Ci.ydk. July 30?Arr Jupiter, llose Slobile; F.utaw,Charleston: Lady Mary Fox, Oalbraith, NOrlcans; Auk :|, Guiana, Smith, do. I'aivM, Aiij3?Arr Frances Ann, Jackson, NOrleans, and proceeded for Antwerp. r ai-moi'tii, Aug 3?Arr Rapid, Roberta, and John. Dyer. Charleston for Liverpool, On 2d, Anita, Baker, St Thomas lor Hamburg. IlsvRr, Aug I?Arr Constantino, Boston; 2d, Columbia, N Orleans. < ''irj**!01 'Aiir 2?Arr Wellington, Chadwick, Condon for NYork., Aiik l? Sid Venice, Gill, Bottom DW1LHELMS, No. >31 Broadway, opiH>*ite tli* Fountain, ! ln? received a large ?upplfOf ifooiU, which he offer* i wholnalt, anil retail, it very resu<.ia?le price*? Berlin, Zephir, worsted, tierinaii, c*r|iet and ?had?d Wonted Kmbr.iidery Pattern, a Ivaiitiful Irction Hanvau ofeyerydencription Worated, Silk, Cotton, Gold and Silver, F.mhroiderie*, Trim i mum anil Mower making < hemlle I Flonn and Pnrae Silk, plain and ahaded Artificial Flower* and Feather* ! A great variety of ca?t iron Work I I'erlnnwry, to lie aold iu package* from \ to X gro*>, at vary 1 low once# Fancy Note Paper*, Wafer* and F.nvelopea, together with a large MaOrtOMnl of Uucy article*, Gloves, Work and Segar Ca*e* Ring* and T??el? for pnr*?*. _ anlt lm*ec riOAI., COAL.?l'?aeh Orchard Hed A*h Coal, Ar*t <iuali> v> ty will lie ?o1d by the ?ulncriher at the following low price* for' M?h i fret 11 brokan and egg, from lamp in the yard, screened anil delivered to any part of the city at S4 per ton ; *love (t 74 ; Urge nnt St 50 ; 24 cent* iier ton leai will I* charged il t iken from the boat-weight anrf^ah^ warra?j|rf^ jy?.Im*| 471 Ugcrnwich, cornai of King it. ElK H 3i>/i W YORK, MWfBiSY MC NKW I.INK UK LIVEKPOOL PACKETS. To tail Iroin New 1 ork ou (lie u.'itli aiul .Liverpool on dm 13th of each mouth. iHlv j||jk *&ffv Kkom Nkw Ukil 8Ju|> RQflCfUB, Captain John Collins, 2Ath July. Ship SIDDOMS, Captain A. B. Cobb, Kth Auguat. Ship SHERIDAN, Captiiii K. A. Depeyater, 25th Sept Ship (iAKKK K, Captain Win. SkiUGy, 2ith October. From LivKHroot.. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain K. A. I)e|>eyster, 13th July. mup II.AUHII t .<!>!. win. Mkiildy, 13lh August. Ship HOSCIU8,4'aiitain John Collins, 13th fUptember. Ship 8IDD0NS, ( aptain E. D. Cobb, 13th October. 'JnesetUn ar? all of the tirit class, hi >\.ii.U of 1000 tons, built in tli? city of New York, with such improvements as Combine gn-at ?i?v<l with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care li.t* been taken in tli? ai raiigement of their accommodations. Tlie price of passage Iiwiich is $75. Thea? ships arv commanded by ex|*-rieuced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Naither llie captains or owners of the ship* will lie reflioiuible for any letters, parrels or packages sant by tliem, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS At CO., 56 South St., New Vork, or to UllOWN, SHIPLEY St CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged 12,^ cwuts |>er single sheer ; AO cents |>er ounce, and newspaln-ra 1 cent uncli. jy7 <*c OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS m m m. M rpHCT)LD LI^T^ilrackets for LmTpool will hei*aTtrHie -* despatched in the following order, excepting that whan the sailing day fall* on Sunday, the ships will sail ou ilia succeeding day, v ix:? From New York. From Liverpool The CAMBRIDGE, {Juiiw 1 July 1? aju IONS. \ *JCt. [ fNOV. I'J W. C. Burrow, (Feb. I Mar. 19 The ENGLAND, (June 19 Auk. 7 750 ton*. <Oct. 19 Dec. 7 S. Bartlett.r Feb. 19 April 7 The OXFORD. V July I Aug. 19 8C0 toll*. {Nov. 1 Dec. 19 J. Ilathboiie, r March 1 April 19 The MONTEZUMA, I July 19 Sept. 7 1000 t*'in. < Nor. 19 Jan. 7 A. B. Lowber, r Marcli 19 May 7 The EUROPE, ( Auk. 1 Sept. 19 018 tone, < Dec. I Jan. 19 E. O. Furber, r April 1 May 19 The NEW VORK, (new) I Auk. 19 Oct. 7 9i0 totu, \ Dec. lt> r eb. 7 T. B. Cropiwr.f April 19 June 7 The SOUTH AMERICA, ( Sept. I Oct. 19 650 tons, < Jan. 1 l*eb. 19 E. I). Bailey, (May 1 June 19 The COLUMBUS, I Sept. 19 Nov. 7 700 tons, {Jan. 19 Mar. 7 G. A. Cole, (May 19 July 7 These ships are not surpassed in point of elegance or comfort in their cabin accommodations, or in their last sailing <l(ialiti- s by any vessels in the trade. The commanders are well known as men of character and experience, and the strictest attention will always be |<aid to promote the comfort and convenience of passengers. Punctuality, as regards the day of sailing, will he observed as heretofore. The price of passage outward is now fixed at Seventy-Five Dollars, lor which ample stores of every description will lie provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, which w ill lie furnished by the stewards, if required. Neither the captain or owners of these ships will lie respoiliible for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by them unlets regular bills of lading are signed thereior. For Ireight or passage, apply to GOODHUE & CO, 61 Sooth st. C, H. MARSHALL, 38 Hurling slip, N. Y. and of BARING, BROTHERS & CO., LW IV ?g PASSAGE FROM GRKAT BRITAIN AND 1RKLAND m M. M. M. ^jffTTHK BLACKBALL OH KM) LINF^tK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on (lie 7th and 19th of every month.] Ftumoua wishing lo end to the Old Conn try Tor their frit-mln Can maku the n?ce*aary arrangements with the suhscrihers, and hare them come out in this sujierior Line of Packets, Sailing from Liverpool punctually on the 7th and ll?th of every mouth. They will alto have a first rate Has* of American trading shi|>?, sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communit ation from that iiort. One of the firm (Mr. James I). Roche) is then1, to see that they sluill tie forwarded w itli care and ue?l?tch. Should the |>arties agreed for not come out, the money will tie returned to those who i>aid it here, without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, vir. The OXFORD, Th? NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS, EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and uueiiiialled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that su|>port which has been extended to them so many years, for which they are grateful. 1 hose proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct ou the Royal Bank of Ireland. Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOTT, GROTE, AMES 8c CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, iu all the priuci|>al towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if by letter, post paid.) ROCHb. BROTHERS Ic CO. SS Fulton street New \ oik, next door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country w ill find it to their comfort and advantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in preference to any other. d27 r TAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. ?& m M. ^TTiesubscribers beg to call the attention of their friends an.I the public generally, to thrtr su|ierior arrangements for bringBg out iNusengers from, and rvinitting money to any part of ugla.iu, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in the magnificent pack et sniiis, comprising the "NE\V LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:Sliip ROSCIUS, Capt. Collins. Sliip SIDDONS, Captain Cobb. Shin SHERIDAN, Captain Depeyster. Shfi GARRK'K, Captain Skiddy. New ship HOTTINGUER, Captain Bursly. Ship SOUTHERNER. Captain Woodhouse. Ship ROCHESTER, < aptain Palmer. INew Slnp L.I V l-.Kt'tJUL., Captain K.ldredre. Sailing twice every mouth ; and with the "UNITED LINE," comiHueJ of su|>enor lint Hum American ships, sailing every ten days, will make five ships in each month throughout the year, (or one every nix days) thereby preventing; the possibility of nnneceaaary iletention. Passage* direct from London, Briitol and (^reenock to New York. Also from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah Charleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore, and the various ports in British North America, can at all times be engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their friends, will not fail to see the advantage to be derived from selecting this line in preference to any other, and they may rest assured that unusual care will lie taken to make the |<asstge agreeable, the ships being fitted up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In ill cases where the parties sent for decline coming, the money will lie refunded without any deduction, as usual. A free passage from the various sea|K>rU of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured The regular packets for which the subscribers are agents, sail as follows, vix :?To and from Loudon on the 1st, III, and 2uth of each month. To and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th of each month. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons in the country wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the sum they wish sent, with the name and address of the parties to receive, it, inay rely on a draft for the amount lieing forwarded per first packet, after the receipt thereof and an acknowledgement for the same returned |?>r mail. Drafts at sight, for any amount, an1 payable on demand, without discount or any other charge, at the National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and branches, Eastern llank of Scotland, (ireenock, and their branches, Messrs. James Bull, Son fci Co. Bankers London Exchange, and Discount Bank, Liverpool and in every principal town of (treat Britain and Ireland. Further particulars made known on application, if by Utter, post paid, to W.'Si J. T TAPSCOTT. d5y r 4.1 Pack Slip, comer South it JOHN HKROMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. UK. KMJFLAR LTNT^JPPACKEi^TJTra, ci SoiftPTtJS* New York. PASSAOE to and from (rreat Britain and IrHanri, via Liverpool and London, by the regular iwcket ships, sailing on the 1st. 7th, 13th, I9tli, anil 2.'?th of each mouth to and from Liverpool and to and from London 1st, 10th and 2Uth of each month. The subscriber has made unequalled arrangements to bring out emigrants, and can, with great confidence, assure those |>erton> sending for their friends, that every due and diligent attention wilTbe shown tliein, and all who embark with them Pus age can also lie engaged from Liverjiool direct to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to the different |nrts of the British Proviuces, at the lowest rate*. Willi thoae arrangements, lopthrr with tlie ail van t ige which hit Liverpool correapondenta |*>aaeaa, being large ahip ownera, ami ritn?i>jy engaged in the freighting bnaineaa il?-s|xitrhiiitf yearly at leaat 100 Itrst data ahipa from Liver|>ool to thr va rona porta of the United Sutra, with freight aixl p*?trn;<eri. The facility offered by thja ealablithmrul ia imaurpvaaed. anil from thr In..' nutnbrr of first claaa aln|i? employed in thr linr thrrr can Ik* no drtrntion wliatrvrr, which will nr guaranteed. The prlc? nf |>aaaagr will br at the lowest ratra. and ahoulil any ot tho-tr arnt for <lrc linr coming, thr |>aaaagr inonry will brat customary refunded. Thr steamboat fvrr from the dilfrrrnt iiorta to Liverpool can, aa uaual. lir arenrrd. JOHN llKKI)MA!"i.6l South at, N Y. or J. k W. KOBINSON, near Wall atreet, Mrrchanta and Kmigranlt' Amenta, No. 16 Clon* Piaxtaa. Liverpool. DRAFTS AND KX( ?AN(?K. Thr Stibacrilirr rniueata thr attrntion of those remitting mo ney to thrir frienda to hia unequalled arrangements for I lie pay. meat of hit drafta on demand, withoat diacnuut or any charge wliatrvrr, at thr following Banking Institutions. viz :? IN KNOLAND?Messrs. Jainea Hull, Soil i Co., Bankera Meaara J. Barnard ik. Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liveruonl. t National Provincial Bank of K.ngland, and Branchea throughout K.ngland and Wales. Yorkshire District Bank and Branches, Birmingham Baiikiup Co. Lancaster Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Oreenock Banking Co. in Olaagow and tlhvnnrk. Kastern Bank of Scotland and Branches. I KKI-AN L)?Provincial Bank of Ireland. Ainaffh Cork Knni* Mallow Athlone Carlaw Kunukillen Money more Ball ina Crran Oalway Omiifli Belfast C'owminf Kilkenny Parnoiiaiown Bainbridge < ootehill Kilrmh 8ligo Ballvmena Dublin Londonderry Strabane B onion Dow u pat rick Lariten TmU Bally?hannou Duuganuon Limerick Water ford Clonmel Dnngarron Mouaulun Yoiittball National Bank of Ireland. BilliiiflliM* Caatlebar Moat* Tipperary Banagher Knni?corthy Nenah Tuam Boyle Kermoy >l?w Kots Thomaitown t' oh her Calway lto?rrea Tralee Oarnck on Sair Kanturk lloacommon WeutiKirt % Caatlerea Longford Slifo Wevtord (-harle?ville Louuhrea Tallow Wicklow Clonmel MichaeUtown Thnrlea N. B.?In addition to tlie Liverpool and London imrketn, the stihftcrilier ia alto aiient for th?? reifular packet* *%iltiiK weeklv from New York to New Orleans. Mobile. Charleston, and JSarar"-b> ,Wrt- " rasa w&fesxyr* wgptmmgm.. U J I ERAI 1C )RNLNG, AUGUST 2t, 18 THK NKW LINK t>K MVKHHWL I'AC KKT8. m m. M. m N.w Ship L1VKKPOOL, HMtou., John Kldndge. ^ 16lh Af)ri| New iliip QUKKN OF THK WK8T, I !?f{? Itto un... rhilip P. Woodhousa. \ {jft ' Ship HOCHK8TKR, M ton.. j !??[[! JvSry. Johu Brittou. S 16th June., 10S0 ??u. J ^ MmcT^' j Ira Burst ly, SwihJuly. TIiom substantial, fui sailing, first dasa snips, nil built in the city of New \<>rk, aif rnmuii'idfd by Rifii i)f and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 10th of each mouth. Their cabins are elegant and commodious, anil are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comlort of passengers. Neither the captains or owners of theae ships will be responsible f?r any parcels or packages sent by tliein, unless regular bills lailiutc are signed therefor. K?r Iri i^rit or passage apply to WOOD HULL Sc MINTUKN8, 87 South street. New York, or to K1KLDKN, BHOTHKHH k CO., au 9 Liverpool MAKsKIU.KS L1>E UK PACKETS. i 1 ? Jl The uuilerinentii ?lups will lie l>*kuIii'Iy dispatched froui hence and from Marseille* on the 1st of each month during the year:? From New York. Marseille*. COURIKK. Capt, Duggan, June I. Aug. I TRKUl OTT, < apt. Myrick, July I. Sept. 1 HKLLKSI'ONT, < apt. Adams, Aug. 1. Oct. I COKIOLAM *, rapt. Ilaile, Sept. 1. Nov. 1 H'HY TIIOMI'^ON.t apt.Sylvester. Oct. I. Dec. I They art* all co|?l*?rru ami co|?|ier f.tsteued, aii<1 liave excellent The p-ice of cabin passage will b* $100, exclusive of wine* and liquors. Oood? add r*?sed to the agents, BOYD He HINCKKN. will 'ree <>f Oilier charge* tlian those actually |uid. r or freight or passage apply to BOYD St lUNCKEN, Agenti, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, or 8. BROOM St CO., ""Mr 10.1 Front street. tlifv 7)'KW YoRWfc'D HAflfffiCcKETt^"" Second Line?1 lie Ships of tliis line w ill hereafter l*av? New V ork on the Ul, anil Havre on the 16th of euch month, ax follows, vu :? From Nkw York. From Havhr. New Ship ONEIDA, ( 1st March. 116th April. Captain < 1st July. < 16th August. n. . .. . . Jff5? Funck. r 1st November, r 16th December. Ship BALI IMORK, I 1st April. i Itiih May. Captain _ < 1st August. < 16th September Edward Fnnck.r 1st December, r lbtli January. Ship UTICA, v 1st May. I 16th June. Captain < 1st September \ 16th Octobar. r rederick Hewitt, r 1st January. r 16th February. New ship St. NICHOLAS^ 1st June. I 16th July. Captain < 1st October. < 16th November. J- B. Pell, ( 1st February. ( 16th March. The accommodations of these snips are not surpassed, com billing all that may be required for comfort. The price of ca bin passage is $100. Passengers will lie supplied w ith every re quisit* w ith the exception ol w iues and liquor*. (roods intended for these vessels will lie forwarded by the sub icribers, free from any other than the expenses actually incurred on them. For freight or liissagw, apply to BOYD St IHNCKEN, AgeuU, je25 ec No. 9. Tontine Building, cor. Wall .mil Water sts FOR NKW OHLKANS. LOUISIANNA AND NKW YORK LINE OF PACKETS dpv My For th? better accommodation of shippers, it is iiiten(ir<l ui despatch a sliip froin this port on the 1st, Mb. lutli, 150i, 20th, ami 2Ath of each month, commencing tlw I Otli October and continuing until May, when regular days will he appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments wilj be prevented during the lummer mouthi The following ships w ill commence this arrangement : Ship YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE. Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Hilliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPEARE, Captain Miner. Ship OASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTSVILLTE, Captain Mumlord. Ship OCMULOEE, Captain Leavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA. Captain Mulford. Tln-se shi|>s were all built in the city of New York, expressly for packet*, are of light , draft of water, have recently been newly copi>ered and put in splendid order, with accommodations for passeni{era unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. _ They will at all times be towed up and down the Mississippi by steimboats. Neither the owners or captains of these ships will be responsible fi>r jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated w are, or for any letters, parcel or package, sent bv or put on board of them, unless regular bills of lading are taken for lira xauie and the value thereon expressed. Ken freight ?r passage, apply to E. K. COLLINS St CO.. 56 South St., or HULLIN St WOODRUkK, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. Th> snips of this line are wart mi ted to sail punctually a* adrertised, and great care will be taken to have the good* correctly measured. mr NLiW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS tim? t t fpr/-\ikr nmifn i \nr tru iv iai \jVjmrAa i frjy&Q figa&l Mil VLW?U *Wa NEW YOKK ANIJ NEWARK. FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. From the foot of Court land t itmt, New York. (Every day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At 8 A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7 A.M. At l>i P. M. ! 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. <!>( do. 11 do. 4 do. !) do. 5,l? do. 5% do. 10% do. do. 6>? do. 934 do 8 do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Couitlandt street. Leaves New York. Leaves Newark. At 9 A. M. and 4i? P. M. At 12W P. M. and <>%. P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leaves New York. Leaves Elizabeth Town At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7y, A. M. 3% P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8% do. 7 do. 11 do. i}? do. 10 do. 9^i do. 5? do. 12 do. The trains for Westlield, Plainfield, Roundbrook, Somerville, Sic., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4% P. M. ; trains from New York daily, Sundays excepted. Fare betwueu New York and Elizabeth Town 26 cents. Fare between do. and Somerville, 74 nsits. NF.W YORK AND RAIliVAY. Leaves New York. J.eaves Railway. At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 T. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8 do. do. 11 do. i\ do. 9K do. 9 do. 6'a do. 11?4 do. NEW YORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. From foot of Courtlaiidt street, New York, daily. Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunsw ick. i At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At K A.M. At 11'4 A.M. 5)4. do. 7k do. 8>, P. M. ON SUNDAYS. I Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and iji P. M. At IU4 A M? and 8>, P. M. ' Fare, except in thePhiladelphia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. 60 cents. ' Between New York and Ilahway, 25 cents. 1 Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, receive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the codductor only 011 the day when purchased. aul9 r 1 SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NEW YOKK AND PHILADELPHIA RAI .ROAD LINE DIRECT, < Via Newark, Nf.wbih'wswick, Princeton, Trknton, Borbkntown Ami Bi ri.inoton. JESS? THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leaving New York daily from the foot of ('ourtlandt st. MnmiHV t.t,i*alA \ M Mail IMi.t I.,,,,, at it' P VI Th? Morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from tlience by teamboat to Philadelphia. The Krmiing Lin# proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of cum. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of (. otirtlandt street, where a commodious steamboat, Will l>* in readiness, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, winoiit liejng opened by the way K.ach train is provided with a car in which are apart menu and dressing room* npmily for tlie I idies' line. Returning. the line* leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at i o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7A. M., and i P. M. being a continuation of the lines from New York. jyM lm ec FOR BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS OF TDK WK8T , ASSOCIATION PASsAtlh OFFICK TO ALBANY'. Utic* %'/ (>0 Rochester, $3 Ofl Syrarusa, 2 2.') Buffalo, 3 50 Oswego, 2 21 Up. and Lower Canada i 50 I For tmsiage apply to Si. L. RAV, mM Jm 93 Barclay street. New York. ENGLISH. FRENCH, BKLOIAN AND AMERICAN EXPRKB8. GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HOUSE. I HARNDF.N k CO. will receive and forward by their daily . F.Ipreas Can. S|iecie, Bank Notes, Pack\gesand Parcels, toany l*?rt of the United States or fanadas, and liy the steamers and packets (a any part of kng land, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium or r'rance. Particular attentinn is paid to the purchase or sale of all deicriptioiM of were haw! iae, collactinc toil pa>tng Drafts, Notes, , and Bills, to the entry of merchandise at the Custom House, and to the general transaction of any anil all kinds of forward- i nig and commission business. Bills of Exchange in sums to . suit, furnished on St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. S., or on any l>art of Knrope. All goods must be marked "Harden l( Co." Foreign Post I Olfin Letter Bags are made up for all the Royal Mail Steam- ] ers from Boston, and tlx steamer and sailing packets from New 1 ork. _. i Princi|ial ofRcei and agent*:? i Messrs. Wilmer and Smith, 32 Church street, Liverpool, Kngland. } Messrs. Maclean, Maris fc Co., 3 Abchnrch lane, London. a \jessr?. Kmerson Ik Co., Paris and Havre. Sinmel llaight, Esq.. American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. t Messrs. J. and J. (J. Woodward, St. John, N. B. A. ? . wnaiiry, iiiiiiMi, ii. o. J. G. Woodward, New Orleans, La. f Meuri. J. B. Snwnc fc <^o., H.ivana. i| Hum den k Co. II Court (., Boston. All good* mint be marked "Harden k Co. N. B ? llaruden k Co. are alone re*|>oiiaihle for the lou or in liH \ of 111 % MMMW. or >nywl| of Ml MliHmWMMN to their c.ire; nor in Any riak aaaumed hy, nor can any be at- i tachnl to the New Jmey Steamboat Navigation < mni?.uiv, Wy . which their cratea are, or may he transported, nor the New ' York, Proyidenw, and Boston lUilroail, or the Bostnn and Pro- ] ?idence Rulroad Corpo*tion?, in reanect to their content* at ' anytime. H A KNDKN k ( O., I /> 18 r No. 3 Wall it., N?w York. , D?EX -7? ? . * ? -t 43. W iir N'o. a VVull-Mreet, NKW YORK ALBANY, TROY AM) MONTREAL KXPRKSS. Meaara. HurmWn fc. Co. ha?iiiK diapoaed of their route from New Y?rk to\ and Troy, thi* miliacrilierv the old foilductora of lUrnd.u (f o'i Northern Kipreia. front New York will continue to run, aa heretofore. leaving Sew York, Albany and Troy Dnil);, and counect at Troy with Jacob*' Montreal Kiprvaa. and will forward .SiieciM, II oik Notea, Package*. Bundim, Canea of (inoda Sic. to ui) place between New * ork and Montrnal. and throughout tlie Canada'a Alao K.a-t from Troy and Albany to Boaton. and Went from Albanv to UnlFilo. All biuineaa eutrnated to their charge w ill lie promptly attended to. Particular attention will Ih paid to the collection of . notea, dralta, acceptance*, Itc. and prompt return* m.ulr for the I * i in'1. PtlLLjtN St t OPP. | Orticea?Pnllen k Coup, 3 Wall atreet. New York. Tlioa < lough, |> Kichinge, Albauv. i A. <>. Kilkina, iflB lliver atreet. Troy. 8. Jacob'* hachanife ( ourt. Ml Paul'* at. Montreal. RKKKRKNCK8. New Yornt. Aijaht. Tkov. Prime. Ward tc king, K. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little Sc Co.. Tlioa. Oouglt. P. Wei la; Join. T. Smith & Co. S. K. Stow, Pepoou St Hoffman. ('.R.Dougla?a, Carpenter ill Vermilye, K. Leake. Houghton St ( o. Drew, Hobtmon fc Co. a I9r .in-i I'l'MKROY V IwhILDAILY t'ti'nt un w w KOR ALBANY, TROY, CHICAGO and theCANADAS. The tubacril>?TH liaviuir riimnLiwI ?!? r rnnn?.'iii?M?r? with the Peopl*'* Lines of Steamboats, on the North River, and the Hail Road Companies w?Mt of Albany for ruiiiiniK their Kiprsfcs for the season of 1813, an Kxpre** will lea%e their office, No. 3 Wall street, New York, ewry evening, at <|uarter to 7 o'clock, for the abovu named ami intermediate place*. IM PORT ANT. For the greater safety ami seenrity of all valuable and money package* entrusted in their care, they have Salamander Iron nal'eN on hoard of the iteamboats, in a strte room occupied ex- , ClUBlTtl) b) ' In-ill ami ttM RMNMM Ml rh.?r??* in the name room with the iron safe*.into wliich all such padk ages i are placed. POMKROY & COMPANY', ml ec NO. 2 Wall sfrtH'f. FATBR80M RAILROAD. flbfo fare only 2i cents. From Paterson Mi Jersey City. On and After Monday, 17th July, the cars will leave Patkrson Dkpot New York. 8 a. m. 9 a. m. h*." uk p.m. 4 P. M. S on sundays. Lkavk I'a rcRsuM DrroT. Lkavk New York. 7x a. m. 8>g a. m. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. Transportation cara ply daily (Sundays excepted.) Passengers are advised to be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlaudt street, a tew minutes before ihe stated hours of departure. jvl# fim N E\V A H HA N (iK. M KNT. fark ani) kreioht reduced, -a regular mail link?kor proatrt-ividkn(:k and boston, via, hton9 iv.i-i-iiv AND NKWPORT?1'ompoaed of (lie following &u|wrior steamers, running in connection with the tttoiiington and Hoslen and Providence Railroads : ? MASSACHUSETTS, t'apt. Comitock. rhode island, Capt Thayer. providence. narraoansett. MOHEUAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. I, Battery Place, N. River, at .'i P. M. . arrangements. tl.- duflttt* iui * vj n i' : 'im *? i .. , 1 Hie iiuuiTi inurti*!', iva|>iiiiu i nuyer, on mommy, aim | Wednesday fur Stonington and Newport, aud Friday lor : Stonington. The MASSACIIUSF.TTS, Captain t'omstork, on Tutu- ^ (lay and Thursday for Stoniugton, and Saturday for Stoning- I ton, Newport ana Providence. a Passengers, on the arrival of the steamer* at Srouiugton, will be immediately forwarded ill the splendid and commodiou* t Cars of the llailroad to Providence and Boston, and if for |] Newport will proceed in the steamw Molii-gaii (in superior or- . der) from thence at B o'clock the following morning, thus giving them an opportunity of a night's rest on lioard the steam- t er Massachusetts or Hliode Island, and then breakfast on board t the Mohegau. . The above steamers have been thorougliiy equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort, and se- 1 curity of iMiisetigers, and not surpaesed ,hy any ill the United t States. f Kor iwssage 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 agent, on the wharf. I Ticket* for the route and steamers'berths Mil lie secured on < board, or at the office of HARNDEN k CO., No. 3 Wall strwt I [TT^On and after the 10th inst, freight will not be received | anu forwarded after half-|>ast 4 P. M. m9 6m* m LAKE ONTAHIO STEAM-BOAT ttOl/TK, 1 FROM ROOHES1ER. ' T II It K K 8 T E A M -BOATS I The ADM I HAL, for Niagara halls direct, | gL PMLT?^?(via U-WHton) daily. . jLmJBLJE. The (tOKK, to Toronto and Hamilton. The AMKRICA, for Toronto, tonching at Cobourgh, Port * Hoi**, Su?.. making a daily communication to Niagara Falls, i Toronto, ilttiiiiltoii. Ice. A NttW ROUTE BV WAY OF LAKE ONTARIO. Passengers can avoid the Oswego < :anal, by taking the Rail- T road from Syracuse to Rocliester, and then take steamboat for 11 Niagara Kalis and Buffalo. j The splendid, large and new Steamboat ADMIRAL, Captain Gordon, one ol the best sea boats that ever Moated on the water or lake Ontario, will leave Rochester lauding every mor niug, (Sundays excepted,) at half-past 10 o'clock, or on the arrival ol the cars from Albany, for Niagara Kalis and Buffalo. Through from Rochester to the Kails iu 8 hours. Passengers leaving Syracuse in the morning at t o'clock, will be at the Kalis at 8 o'clock in the evening, and arrive at Buffalo in lime for the morning steamboats up the Lakes. H. FILKlNS, Agent. Office at the Morton House, Kocliester. The slenmer Gore,Captain Kobert Kerr, will leave Kocliester Tor Toronto direct, every Monday, Wednesday and Kriday evening, at 7 o'clock; and will leave Torouto lor Hamilton, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday moruing, at II o'clock. The steamboat America, Captain Twohy, will leave Kocliester Lauding for Toronto, touching at < oluirifh, Port llo|>e, ^ Bond Head and Darlington, weather permitting, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 7 o'clock, P. M. Kocliester, Aug. 8, 1843. anl.'<lm*r a OH PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS ? A-~tKJ3?FOK ALBANVTUailvnt 7 o'clock P. M.? II Through direct?From the stenmboat pier be- t| tween Cnurtlandt and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. The Steamboat KNMKK.KBOI KKR.< apt. A. P. St. John. will leave Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. Il Steamboat RO<-HESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave H Monday, Wednesday and Friday Eveuiugs, at seven o'clock. ,, Mail Link. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainard, y will leave Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, afternoon, at S u o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. II. Truesdell, " will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at five I o'clock. [ Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Morning Traill of Cars for ? the east or west. I The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with g neat and elegant State Hooms, and for speed and accommoda tions are unrivalled on the Hudson. Kor Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultl h tt the office on the wharf. an2l 6tr wMQ Jga SEVEN O'CLOC K MORNING LINE ?> i J* f Oil ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate (| jL_AJL.L Hidings? From the steamboat pier, at tlie root of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leaves Nsw York?Tlie Empire on Monday, Wednesday H ind Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, a it 7 A. M. _ Lauding at?(,'alilwell'i, West Point, Newburgh. Hampton, , Poughkeensie. Hyde Park. Rhinetieck, U. lied llook, Bristol. II Datskill, Hudson, Coisackie and Kiuderhook. It The new low pressure steamer EVI I'lRF., <'aptaiu S. II. Roe, in Wednesday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning, Aug. Hi. The new low pressure steamer TRO V, I aptaiu A. Go r ham , T an Thursday, at 7 o'clock hi the tnomini;, Aug 12. (J For passage, apply at the office, foot ol Barclay street, or on v hoard. 7 Notice.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie n or any other kind of Property, taken, shipi>ed, or put on hoard ? the Boats of this Liue/nust lie at the risk of the owners of such goods. an 16 r .MM SF.VF.N (> ( LOCK EVENING LINE [ ril*f"r ALBANY AND TROY direct, without 1 ^ i ?t:'T -i-i 11 i pressure steamboat I SWALLOW, ('aptaiu A. McLean, will leave the foot of ( Courtlaudt 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 I and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. au8 ec To THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC? t .Mft az\ OPPOSITION LINE?Thvsplendid steam- ' LL T*^? JaIm.ii, NF.W .IKKSEY, Capt Kobt Fury.and tj W i.i.ii-eyy?iiiTii jf,,,, q House, will form 1 a <1 11 v line for the balance of lUe ?eav>n !? ( ween New \ ork Freight will be taken a I low prices. Fur freight ami passage *1'- C ply on board. au2 Im* .mm ml JUGULAR omJiiTioN roe n< s ^~mUT3? TON, via NEWPORT AND I'llOVl- ,, DENCE?Fare to Bo,ton *2 JO; Deck >1 JO; !' 10 cliarge for Berths. Newport and Providence SI; Deck 30 0 cts. Tne fast sailing ?teaml>o?t CIJRTIH PEC K, Captain it Wm. H. Peck leave* Catharine Market dip, Kant River, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. < For passage or freight apply on board, or to A. D. PECK, 205 [' South ?t. ani lm*m l( .MM aA NEWARK AND NKW~ YOKlT?Fare ' L*- . ^?nnlv tents !?The splendid steamer PAS- ol 3C__1KJE_SAI< . il'ter June '<tli, will mil as follow* !? |() Leave the foot of Barclay street. New Vork, at 10 A. M., and I P. M. al Leave* the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7K A. M , and rr mil IH P. M. , . The accommodations both for passengers and freight have !>een greatly improved. freight carried at very low rptes. J>'I6 .MM am HTATKN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT m gJT HwL?3?OF WHITEHALL 8T.->The steamboats SCSK3.HTATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will run as follows until further notice Leave New York B, 9, 10, II, I, *. 1?*. 5. ?, 7. Leave Staten Island t, 9, 10, II, I, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7. Leave New York and Staten Island every hour sn Sunday. Staten Island Kerr} ?foot of Whitehall street, to Clifton divet. The steamboat Hercules will leave New Yorka P.M.? N Clifton, i P. M. on Sunday, July loth. j, P. S.?Excursion to fort Hamilton, Sundays excepted .? L,eav? Fort Hamilton 7>i A.M., returning from Ntw York, IJ* P. M. in r .mm jtM NEW ARRANGEMENT FOR r, SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. S-.,dy jC?SB m llook, Ocean House and Eatontowu Lauding. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY. Captain John r. orlies, will now run as follows, on and after Thursday, 27th 1 nst leaving New V ork, from the foot of Kohinson street, very Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, ?i 10 o'clock. A. M. Ilid Eatoutown Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, t ID o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as abovn, weather |iermitting, nu11 further notice. All baggage al the risk of the owners. I* are J7H cents. N. B.?Stages will he in attendance to convey passengers rom the aforesaid landing places to any part of the county rein red. The Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when practicable. ^ Z~ ROCKAWAY AND-NEW VOKK . 9TAOE?Will run as follow, on and after J ' StilsESiSfcJuly 13th inst. Lmv? Rockawy at > A. M , Jj or New \ ork. returning leave the Wsverly House Broadway, at 3k I1. M. for Aockaway, by way of Soath Ferry [ aasengen leaving their names at JSjL'lj"? ? h**! J nli"C uallv called for by HENRY CONK LIN mJ im*r Proprietor. | TRA. I'rUt Two Cents. New Hruuvwirk. (Correipondrnte of th? Herald.) NRW Brunswick, N. J. Au*. lti, I?l3. Population of Stw Bruntwu't?Ttenevolent Sympathy of the Lad its ? Place* u/ iV'nrtkip?JVorihippen and Prit$t??Ntw Mo<U of Polemical Warfare? Temittranrt?the Hotel*?the Prinm?A Clerical PotygamiU?the Cowt /louse ?Hit. Jwlgt. Mk. Kditor? I have sojourned here some days enjoying the loapitalities of kind friend**, and the courtesies of thode of ita citizens, with whom I am in intercourse. I have taken some notes, and now leel just in the humor to frame them into shape for ih?* m?fald. The population ;ofthis city numbers about 7000, and ar?* generally intelligent aad prosperous If, among the poorer classes, any should became the victim* of poverty and disease, the rich generously contribute to p?ur every comfort around the bed of sickness und want, and foremost in th? active exercise of the high and a>cred offices of this noble benevolence, are found the ladies of New Hruntwick. I beard of one care, that of a poor Irishman, who visited by some dispensation of Providence in the midst of entire destitution. His case was made known, and the dreary bbode of sickness and want soon became an obiect of the fnderest svmpathi' s. The ladies visited him dailv. and by their kind ministrations of every kind of comfort, brought health and gladness to his bedside. One of the noblest features of these benefactors is, that the creed or the country of their recipient has [io weight with the bestowers?his poverty or sickiess being the only subject of inquiry ; and in either :ase he becomes the object of this pure and enlightened benevolence. There are here 10 churches-3 Presbyterians, 2 Wethodist, 2 Episcopal, 1 Catholic and 1 African rhe Catholics are about 250. The Episcopalians iboutthe same number In the pulpit there is counderable talent. Dr. Howe of the Middle Dutch Church, is a man of much knowledge?preaches well, and is free from bigotry. Dr. Brownlee, of four city, pays him a periodical visit with a view :o prevent Popery from taking uny permanent root lere. He has, 1 understand, made a discovery n the tactics of the pulpit. Voltaire's ridicule 'hook the Christian temple to its centre. He laughed the sanctuary into contempt. The Doctor finding the battlements of the Romish fortress jtrong enough to resist the incessant fire of hisevantelical artillery, has changed his plan of attack, and, ike Voltaire, now laughs the woman in searlet into contempt. He kept the audience in Dr. Howe's church, when last here, in "roars" of laughter, by he recital of sundry stories and anecdotes of ' Mother Church." This is a new principle in poemical warfare. The author deserves a patent Doctor Sprrrow, who seems Dr. 11 's greatest rival n attachment to Home visited this city some time ince, and preached with violence on popery, in Dr. Jircti's church. Dr Hirch had at that time an Irish ervant till, who resolved to tease the Doctor for he hard cuts lie Rave her church. Alter the Doctor uid retired to bed at Dr. Hirch's, she got hid boots o polish. She procured a long nail and drove ft hrough (he toeol one of them, managing it bo that he Doctor'8 eye could not discover the trick until it vas too lute. In the morning his reverence pulled >n his boots, when the nail performed its natural unction of running through his foot, and hia loud icreamn attested ine acctiteness of the pain he felt. Hie girl, Bridget, was asked by the good old Dr. F , iow deceased, why she nail-d the priebt's boot. 3he replied, "she wan onlv sorry she could'nt natl Ins tongue, instead of his hoot " The Doctor left find preached no more. Hridget'striumph wascoin>lete. She gained her object, without even sacrificing her place. Dr. Stubfw, of the Episcopal :hurch, is, I understand, a thorough Puseyite. His reach nig powers are not el the most brilliant order, lis style is pure, but wants vigor. Dr. McGuire, of he Catholic church, has been educated in France, he language of which he speaks with much fluency nd ease. He has materially improved the charaeerof the Irish here, by the establishment of a temieranc? society among them. The title of the churcb iroperty is vested in himself, nor is it likely that the ~>iocesari Statute ot Bishop Hughes will disturbs it. Dn his efforts to establish temperance, he had to encounter all the low ol a handed clique of iroggeries, appropriately called the "Hornets Nest." Hieir severence from the worthy Doctor's flock las operated as a purifying process on the fold, as (s moral tone and attention to religious observances lave since become edifying examples to their eighbors The Methodists here are rerpecuble, 11 character and numjers, and deserve credit lor ot making th^ religion of their neighbors the sub. ct of invective Indeed, intolerance does not eemto have a loot hold here. There are three hotels here, the Raritan,krpt by n active and intelligent Yankee, Sirus Hall; the ity, kept by Benjamin Stelle; and the Mansion louse, by Delyraw. The two former are well kept; ieir proimetors are popular and worthy men. The titer does very little business, though it is one of u> finest lions -8 in town, being ti.rmerly a bank, nd now owned by Dr. Fitch, ol Philadelphia. But tie woes that caused its explosion B?me sixteen ear* ago, as a bank, seem closely wedded to it ow as a hotel Mr. Hall, ol the Kantan, had the dutilul hotel, wiiich he built near the Kailroad )epot, burned down about a year ago, and Madame tumor has attached much blame to the fire comaniea lor not saving it, aa they probably could, but he sin of being insured in New York was upon it, ind go it must. This was a lots of #10,(MX) to poor Jail; but Yankee like, his losses only at mulated is exertions. The prison here is a two story stone building, one f the most gloomy looking sepulchres I ever saw, lough Mr. Coiinover, the worthy keeper, does verything to make the unhappy inmates comtort!?|e. Here I saw six prisoners entombed, and mong them the notorious Dr. A|>p!eton, wno >ught protection of the law from the violence of le populace, who certainly would have tarred and aihered him, but tor the timtly interposition f Jiquire Fn-k and Mr Connover. This Doctor tarried a wile in Delaw are, one in Indiana, one in Itiarleston, and his last victim is an interesting ouiig lady ol this place. He is a Baptist preacher, and as been lecturing through the country u|>on mprrance and mesmerism ! This infamous poiygtnist should have been lynched, as the law di<ea ot appear to reach his case. Two of his wives laving been divorced from him, and a|third dead,the ourth intends to apply to the Legislature thie wiser lor a divorce. He wore a black eye upon his irrival here, which he said he got from a cabman in *Iew York. To save him from the mob, lie will ki? ci<nr out nf Inu/n At nifflit On the south side of the town is erected a very ine court house, 50 by 1(M) teef, in a handsome reen tq-jare of about 3 acres The Hyle is Ionic, rtie front in adorned with 6 marble columns, and Itogether it does credit to thp public spirit of the itiz-ns. t have had the honor of an introduction to Judge evius of the Supreme Court, who resides here. He i perhaps the best lawyer and safest Judge on the ench ? a man of much re finement and high legal nd literary attainment*. Here, as in your State, ie demagogues are crying out for constitutional term. One individual holds the office ol Chancel>r and Oovernor, and is annually elected bv the .egislature to these offices. This throws the Court I Chancery into the political market, and is justly poked upon a? a dangerous evil by the intelligence id wisdom of the State, as| a successful intriguer lay. in times of partisan strife, be elevated to that icred and time-honored tribunal, and wield its lormcus powers to the detriment ot the republic. Yours, Ate. T. L?. I). iirsTRAiiiJD aENS&AL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, . w. 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