Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 27, 1843, Page 1

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TH Vol. IX ? Wo. 334 ?Whole Wo. 3440. To the Pulillc. THE N?W YORK HERALD?daily newspaper?published every day of the year excrpt New Year's day and Fourth of July. Prices centaperccpy?or $7 28 per annum? postages paid?cosh in odvance. THE WEEKLY HERALD-published every Saturday morning?price 6} cents per copy, or $3 13 per annumpost Kges paid?cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increas ing fast. It has the largest circulation oj any paper in thii aity, or the world, and it, therefore, the beit channcl for bu linns men in the city or counfry. Price* moderate? caeh n advance. PRINTING of all kind* executed attha noit moderate prices, and in the moat elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, ritarHIKTOR or the Hkrald Eitaimiumbnt, Northwe*t corner ol Fulton and Nassau street*. AUENT8. Ina following in a U? ol jkou?" tor the Herald, where subscription* will be received, and ungla number* aru found tor *ale:? Boston, Matt Messrs. Redding It Co. Philadelphia, Pa Mesar* Ziuber k Co. Baltimore, Md Wm. Taylor. Washington, D. C .... Do. Buffalo, N. Y T. S. Hawks. New Haven, Conn T. H. Pease. Hartford, Caiin.. . ,.. J. W. Judd, Albany, N. Y Geo. Joues. Troy, N. Y Levi Willard. Lausingbtirgh, N. Y A. Lewis. Newark. N. J.. , ...D flinitli. Catukill. N.Y H R?wn. Feekskill, N Y T. Mont, house King Sing, N. Y.. W. A. Stunton. New Orleans, La J.C. Morgan. Cincinnati, O Robert Camahnn. Pat'jrson, N. J.. Matthew Uougheity. Rochester, N. Y .A J oil eg. Klixabethtown, N. J.. Samuel Crane. New Brunswick, N. J William Solomon, 8t. Louis, Mo.. ...........Woodward k Mathews. Charleston, S.C Amos Head. Hudson, N. Y .George Vlaro. Augusta, Ga............. 8. A. Holmes. Mobile, Ala M Bonllemet Poughkeepsie, N. Y Levi Smith. Tronten, N. J J. Raunsley. Louisville, Ky. W. A. Haldeman. Wheeling, Va. f. C- Brookmau. New London,Con S. &.G. Rogers. TTtica, N. Y J. B.Lout Nnfbville, Trim A. Billings. Syracuse, N. Y James Robertson Bridgeport, Ct 3. W. Hatch. Jackson, Miss J. W CiatkYlcksluirg. Miss Mrs. E. A. Parker. * Now Bed lord Mass A. Rebinson. Providence,R. I.. John Green. WorceUer, Mass L. Thompson. Nantuckft. Mass J. P. Hussey. Geneva, N Y Wm H. Austin. british and north american royal mail steam ships, Of 1200 tons and HO horse power each. Appointed by the Admiralty to tail between Liverpool and Boston, calling at Halifax to land and recur.: Passaustuigers and Her Majesty's Mails. HIBERNI A. Captain Charles H. E. Jndkins. CALEDONIA, Captain Edward (J. Lott. ACADIA, Captain Alexander llyrie, BRITANNIA, Captain John llewitt. Will itail for Boston via Halifax, From Boston. From Liverpool. Acadii^ Ryrie. lGth August. 15th July. Hiliernia, Jndkins, 1st Sept. 4th August. Britannia, Lott, 16th do 19th do These ships carry experienced surgeons, and are supplied with trances' Patent Life Boats. Passage to Liverpool SI20?To Halifax $20. No bettlis secured uutil paid for. For passage apply to D. BRIGHAM, Jr.. Agent, ?"3r No. 3 Wall at.. New York. FOR LIVERPOOL, VIA HALIFAXThe Royal Mail Steamer HIBERNIA, Captain C. 11. E. Jndkins, will leave for the shove ports on Friday, the Ut September. The Hiliernia is a new vessel, and completely litted up with every improvement for the comfort of passengers. For passage, apply to a2l r I). BRlUllAM, Jr., Agent, No. 3 Wall st. r rhM shafts on England, Ireland, &r ?which can lie sent by the steamship v^SfcJIWiri^OREAT WESTERN, .ailing from this port on the 31st Aug, or by tlie HIBERNIA from Bnsten on the 1st of September. We have at all time* for sale Drafts at sight lor any amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin. Also, on Messrs. Prescoit. Grote, Ames Ik Co., Bankers, London, which are paid free of discounts, or any charge "whatever 111 every Province 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 naid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS h CO., 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. 8.?R. B. & Co., have a regul.tr succession of first class shqis sailing weekly from Liverpool. Those sanding for their relatives will find it their interest to have them brought out through us. One of our firm, Mr. James D. Roche, is there to to see all our passengers forwarded with care and despatch. For passage apply as above, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Gore* Tiaixas, *u2l Liverpool. - DRAFTS ON F.NOLAND. IRELAN? Sic.?Fersons about remitting money to their friends in the "old country," can be supplied with Drafts, in sums of 1, 2, 3,5,10, 20 ?jo, or any amount, payable on demand without discount or any other charge, at tlie National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Bult, Son !k Co., Bankers, Loudon, I. Barned St Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking ('<nn|iany, Sir Wm. Forbes HaMkCOy Scotland, and i lie nrancnes 111 every post town inrougnoui r.ngiaiio. ireiami, Scotland and Wale*, which draft* will be forwarded by the steamon Great Western or liibernia, by W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 I'eck Slip, corner South it. N. B.?All letters from the country must come post paid, jyllr ___ ____ NEW LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To sail from New York on the 2.'ith and Liverpool on the 13th of each month. tlHy iHly MmmKrn ? VHki Halhi Crom New Iiirk. Ship ROBCIUS, Captain John Collins, 25th July. Ship SIDDONS, Captain A. 15. Cobb, 25th August. Ship .si IKK 11? AN, Captain K. A. Depeyiter, 26th Sept Ship G AKIUC K, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 25th October. From LivrRroou. Ship 8HKRIDAN, Captain F. A. I)ei>eyster, 13th July. Ship OAK KICK, (apt. Wm. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship HOSC.llJS, Captain John Collins, 13th Svptember. iiiiii SIDDONS, Captain K. B. Cobb, 13th October. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of I0M tons, built ill this city of New York, with such improvements as combine great ?|**ed witU unusual comfort for passengers. ? Every cate has lieen taken in the arrangement of their accom modations. The price of passage bent* is $71. These ship* are commanded by e*|ierienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will b? responsible for any letters, parcel* or packages sent by them, nulesa regular hills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS St CO., 58 South st., New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY Sc. CO., Liverpool. Letteri by the packets will he charged I2X cents per singl sheet , 60 cents i>er ounce, and newspa|>ers I cent each. jy7 ec THE ENW LINE Of LIVERPOOL PACKETS! i i 1 i N" ""asms- "?=qg jgsfcr. New ship QUEEN OF THE WF.ST, ( 1250 tons Plulip P. Woodhouse. I J%^ar>' Ship ROCHESTER, MO ton.. ? John BrMton. t ,sth June Ship JIOTTINOVF.R, 1050 tons. ? J?!l| Ir* Bnrsaiy, Those substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, all huilt in the eitv of New York, are commanded bv men of e?i>erience mill ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 16th of encli month. Tlieir cabin* are elegant and commodious, and are furnished w ith whatever can conduce to the eaae and comfort of passenger*. Neither the captains or owners of these ships will he responsible for any parrels or Packages aejit by them, unless regular bills lading are signed therefor. For ("eight or passage apply to WUOUlTULL St MINTURN8, (17 South Ktrwt, New York, orto KIELDEN, BROTHERS It CO.J an 9 Liverpool. rAHSAOE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND BY THE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liverpool on llie 7th and IOth of every month.] fersons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends Ciui mnkf the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them come ont in this superior Line of Packets, Sailing from Liverpool punctually on the 7th and Ifltli of every mouth. They will also have a first rate class of American trading ships, tail INK every si* days, thereby affording weekly communication Irom that port. One of the firm ( Mr. laines D. Rachel is there, to see that they shall be forwarded wilh care and desl*,r'1 Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any redncti?n. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, viz. The <).vKOjip. The NEW YORK. cambridge, columbus*. europe south america. England North America. With such superior and nueonalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that sup|M>rt which has been rstended to them so many years, for which they ai* grateful. , . Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on the Royal liailk of Ireland, Dublin, also 011 Messra. PRESCOTT, OROTE, AMES St CO. . . - Bankers, Loudon, which will be naid on demand at any oT the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if hy letter, post paid.) RO( Ilk, BROTHERS St CO. 3,'i Fultou street New York, next door to the Fulton Bank, N B ?The Old Lin* of Liverpool Packets sail from this ?poit lor Livwpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and eilVAmiffV """ WT'"?r *? "' i?I wi' w??r,?Mvr, m pn'frwir# to ahv oth^r. <127 r E NE NE OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m. m. m. m. 'iMTr^OLD LINT^TPackeU for^^^^Sol will hereilier be A despatched 111 the following; order, eiceptinK that when the ruling da> UIU <iu Suuday, the ships will sail on tlw succeeding ilty, vu:? .. . From New Yorlt. From Liverpool The CAM BKI D(iK, ] j?|y l9 8M to". < Oct. I Nov. 19 t?, pm/1. ?C" Burr?w,( Feb. I Mar. 19 The LNOEANl), I.June 19 Auk. 7 710 torn, ? Oct. 19 Dec. 7 r.vi'?nr> ?. Bartlett,f Feb. 19 April 7 TheOXI'ORD, vJuly 1 An*. 19 mod toni, < Nor. 1 Dec. 19 ? J. IUthbone, f iM*rch 1 April 19 The MONTEZUMA, (July 19 Sei*. 7 1000 tons, < Nov. 19 Jan. 7 A. B. Lowbor, r March 19 May 7 The EUROPE, (Auk, 1 Sept. 19 CIS torn, < Dec. I Jail. 19 E. O. Furb?r, r April 1 May- 19 The NEW YORK, (u*w) t Auk. 19 Oct. 7 950 tons, < Dec. Iti Feb. 7 T. B. Crop|>er, r April 19 Jn.ie 7 The SOUTH AMERICA, C Kept. I Oct. 19 660 tons, \ Jan. 1 Feb. 19 E. O. Bailey, r May 1 June 19 The COLUMBUS, (Sept. 19 Nor. 7 700 tons, \Jan. 19 M.ir. 7 O. 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 qualities by any vessels in the trade. The commanders are well known as men ef character and ex|>erience. and the strictest attention w ill always be paid to promote the comfort and convenience of passnngers. Punctuality, as regards the day of sailing, will be observed as heretofore. The price of passage outward is now fixed at Seventy-Five Dollars, for which ample stores of every desuriplion will be provided, with the exception of wines and liquors, which will tie furnished by the stewards, if required. Neither the captain or owners of these shifts will 1>? responsible for any letter*, parcels, or Packages sent by them unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. Kor freight or passage, apply to GOODHUE & CO, 61 South ?t. C, II. MARSHALL. :<8 Hurling slip. N. Y. and of BARING, BROTHERS St CO.. Lvpool. iv l? JOHN HEKDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. m m m itMil.'LAR LINt. Ut PACKE^^^^Wi, 61 So!ffl?tSu New York. PASSAGE to ?nd from (ireat Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, by the regular racket ships, sailing on the 1st. 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th of each month to and from Liver|nh>l and to and froui London 1st, 10th and 20th of each month. The subscriber has made unequalled arrangements to bring out emigrants, and can, with great confidence, assure those persons sending for their friends, that every due and diligent at ti'iiliou will Ik* shown them, and *11 wlio embatk with lliem Passage can also In- engaged from Liverpool direct to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah. Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to the d life rent ports of the British Provinces, at the lowest rate*. With those arrangements, together with the advantage which his Liverpool correspondents possess, being large snip owners, and extensively engaged in the freighting business despatching yearly at least 100 first class shins from Liverpool to the va rotis ports of the United States, with freight and passengors. The facility offered by this establishment is unsurpassed, and from the large number of first class shi|"s employed ill the line there can be no detention whatever, which will be guaranteed. The price of passage will be at the lowest rates, and should any ol those sent for decline coming, the passage money will be us custwinary refunded. The steamboat fare from the different ports to Liverpool can, as usual, be secured. JOHN HE RDM AN, 61 South st, N Y. or J. k W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants and Emigrants' Agents, No. 16 Ooree Piazzas. Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. The Subscriber requests the attention of those remitting mo ney to their friends to his une<)ualletl arrangements for the paymailt of his drafts on demand, without discount or any charge whate\er. at the following Banking Institutions, viz :? IN ENGLAND?Messrs. James Bult, Soil & Co., Bankeri London. Messrs J. Barnard St Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool. National Provincial Bank of England, aud Branches threughout England aud Wales. Yorkshire District Bank and Branches. Birmingham Banking Co. Lauca*er Hanking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Greenock Banking Co in Glasgow aud Greenock. Eastern B uik of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. Amagh Coik Eunis Millow Athlone Carlow Ennijkillen Moueymore Ballina Cavan Galway Oinagli Belfast Coleraine Kilkenny Parsonstowu Bainbridge Cootehill Kilrush Sligo Ballymeua Dublin Londonderry Strabane Bunion Downpatrick Largen Trales Ballyshannon Dungannon Limerick Waterford Clonmel Dungarron Monaghan Youghall National Bank of Ireland. Billinsloe Castlebar Moate Tipperary Banagher Enniscorthy N'enah Tuam Boyle Kermoy New Ross Thomastown Cosher Calway ftoscrea Tralee Carrick on Sair K.uiturk Roscommon Westjiort (astlerea Longford Sligo Wexford I'karlesville Lotighrea Tallow Wickluw Clonmel MicliaelstAWii Thurles N. B.?In adilitiou to the Liverpool aud London packets, the subscriber ls_also agent for the regular packets sailing weekly from New York to New Orleans, Mobile, Charleston, and Savannah, by which passage can be secured at the lowest rales. ' jyl3-tf JOHN HERDMAV. ilS. NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. Second Line?The Ships of this line will hereafter leave New York on the 1st, and Havre on the 16th of each month, as follows, viz From New York. From Havre. New Ship ONEIDA, C 1st March. ( 16th April. Captain < 1st July. < 16th August. James Fnnck. r 1st November. ( Ifith December. Ship BALTIMORE, I 1st April. I 16th May. Captain < let August. < 16th September Edward Funck.r 1st December, r 16th January. Ship UTICA, l 1st May. i 16th June. (JlUJtfth) < lit K#<ntf>m!i#r < (Irtnhnr. Frederick Hewitt, f 1st January. ( 16th February. New ship St. NICHOLASl 1st June. l 16th July. Captain < 1st Octolier. < 16th November. J- B. Pell, ( 1st February. ( 16th Mareli. The accommodation* of these ships are not surpassed, com billing all that may be required for comfort. The price of c? bin passage is S100. Passengers will be supplied With every w quinte with the exception of wines and liquors. (roods intended for theae vessels will be forwarded by the sub. srribers, free from any other than the expenses actually inourred on them. For freight or passage, apply to BOYD & HINCKEN, Agent*. ie3A ec No. 9. Tontine Building, cor Wall and Water sta TAl'SCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK SLIP, NEW YORK. The subscribers liwg to call the attention ot their friends an.I the public generally, to their sii|>erior arrangements for bringing out passengers from, and remitting money to any part of England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, in the magnificent pack et snips, comprising the "NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VI/.:Ship ROSCIUS, Capt. Collins. Ship 8IDDONS. Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain Depeyater. Ship OAR HICK, Captain Skidtiy. New ship IIOTTINOUER, Captain Bursty. Ship SOUTHERNER, Captain Woodhouse. Ship ROCHESTER. Captain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL. Captain Eldredge. Sailing twice every month ; and with the " UNITED LINE," composed of superior first class American ships, sailing ever)' ten days, will make five ships in each month throughout the year, (or one every sis days) thereby preventing the |>ossibility of unnecessary detention. Passagw direct from London, Bristol and Oieernek 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 term*. Persons wishing to send for their friends, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from salecting this line in preference to any other, and they may rest assured that unusual care will lie t.iken to make the luusage agreeable, the ships being titted lip with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all cases where the parties sent for decline coming, the money will be refunded without any deduction, as nsnal. A free passage from the various seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can also be secured The regular packets for which the subscribers are agents, sail as follows, vir.:?To and from Loudon on the 1st, 10, and 20th ot each mouth. To and from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th. 13th, 19th, and 23th of each month. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charleston, weekly throughout the season. REMITTANCES. Persons in the conntry wishing to send money to their friends by enclosing the sum they wish sent, w ith the name and address of (he parties to receive, it. may relv en a draft for the mnmint being forwarded |*r first packet, after the receipt therrof, and *11 acknowledgement fur the Mine returned |>er mail. Drafts at night, for any amount. are payable on demand, without discount or any other charge, at the National ao<l Provincial Rank* of Ireland anil branches, Kasteni Bank of Scotland, Oreetiock, and their branches, Mrnri. James Bull, Son (c Co. llanker* l,ondon Kscluuue, and Discount Bank. Liverpool and in every principal town of (treat Britain and Ireland. Further particulars nude known on application, if by letter, po*t paid, to W. 8c J. T TAPSCOTT. diy r 43 reck Slip, corner South *t FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOtTlSIANNA AND NKW YORK I,INK OK PACKKTS Ml M. M M. Kor the better arcominoitation of *hi|>|>er?, it is intended to <le*i>ateh a ?hip from thia |>ort on tna 1st. Mil. loth, litli, 20th, ana 2toh of each month, commencing the 10th October vrd continuing until May, when regular day* will tie appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointmenu will lie prevented during the ummer months 1 he following ship* will commence this arrangement: Ship YAZOO Captain Cornell. 5!"'' P.VPNKB, Captain Jackson. 2L?I' MJL?SLH.W)TU ' "I'tsin Milliard. 2!>"' JjSXSf'W''' Captain Hunt. Ship ^''AKSrKARK, ( antain Miner. Ship OAS TON, <aptain Latham, w !\N;i.7V,.,l.V.t Captain Mumftird. mi11,1 vVsnv' i t' ' apt"in Leavitt. 'IP aAS I^ILLK, < aptain Dickinson, 2i 'l> MrwrtE i Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These *11PS were all built in the city of New York, expres*. |y for packet*, are of light, draft of water, have recently been newly'coppered and jmtiiyuilendid order, with accommodation* for passengers tHWj^WHeii for comfort. 'I hey are commanded by experienced master*, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. They will at all times be towad up and d?wn the Mississippi by stomboat*. N?|W the owner* or captain* of the*e ships will he responsible Sir Jewrlry, bullion, precious stone*, *ilver or plated ware or for any letters, parcel or package, sent bv or put on hoard oi" them, unless regular hills of lading are taken tor tlie same and the value thereon expressed. Kor freight or pa*sate, apply to E. K. t OLLlNg fc CO.. X South St., or HIJLLIN Sc WOODRUMr Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all good* to their addre**. The ship* of thi* line are warranted to nail nuncio til v a* advertised, and great car* will lie taken to have the good* correctly rawmnred. mr 1??- KOR M AKSKI LLK.S?Packet for 1st S?j>temlier? KfT*VThe.hip I1KNRY THOMPSON. Cant. Sylve*ter. HTr 1 ' S. BROOM V CO.. or to nOYD It HINCKKN, Brokers. No. 9 Tontine Untitling*, anji r nornar Wall and Water street* W TO 1W YORK, SUNDAY MOT ifi" KlltST PAt'KKT FOR UVKUOOl To wil w.**V on tin- :intli of Aimust ?1The very fist sailing and fa- j 1 .hi,. MOI.'THKHNKK, < .ft. T. U. I I'alimr, will .ail punctually as above, her regular tl.iy. The accommodations of this ship for cabin, second cabin ami P steerage passengers an* very superior, ami tln?e al.out gotiit( to the old COiiiitiv would do well to inspecl the accommodations of this ship before eugauinf; elsewhere. The price of passage P IwinB very low. Those w ishiiiK to secure hertlis should make 4 early application on board foot of liurliiit slip, or to v W. k J. T. TAI'SCOTT, * 43 Peck HIiii, cor South street. I; Persons wishinK lo send for their Irieuds to come out d in this favorite packet or any of the line, c an do to on favorable N th,.? ? I . l>lr on demand. without discount or nny other charge, iu all the post towns of Kngland, In land, Scotland aud Wales, oil appli- t< cation as abort*. au'iti r " ?S- BLACK BALL OK OLD LINK OK LIVKR* ' MHrSVPACKKTS KOIl LIV Klll'OOL.?Only regular Mi 1Y11 n lr t ilni lin' iiiln mi tlit* 1st of St |itt!iiht*r. The remarkable fast sailing favorite packet ship COLUMBUS, Captain (teorge A. Cole, w ill sail positively on Kridy, the 1st of Septemlier, her regular day. The accommodations of this magnificent packet for cabin, 2d ji cabin, and sturxage passengers, it is well known are unsiiriMssed j by ally other vessel afloat. Those visiting the Old Country j w ill nut) it thejr interest and comfort to select this desirable |> conveyance. Kor terms of passage, which will lie ?ery It w, and ( those wishing to choose the liest liertbs, early application | should be made oil board, foot of Beekmin st., or to tlie sub- i scribers. HOCHK, liKOTHKKS St CO., t 34 Kullon street, New V'ork, nest door to theKultou Bank. P. 8. The Columbus sails from Liverpool ou the 19th of Oc- . tober. ( Persons sending for their friends can have them brought out in her or any of tlie packets comprising this magnificent and un- t equalled Line, sailing from that port ou the ilh and 19th ui each month. Kor passage apply as above. The packet ship South America w ill succeed the Columbus I sail for Liverpool on the Wtli of September, her regular day. P ai|2.*? r p XrffrAr* KOK LIVERPOOL?Regular iwcket of the Kt KfvlPxV Septembrr?The lirst class packet ship < OLVIM- ? iBUS. ( apt. Cole, master, will positively sail as ' above, her regular day. Having vary superior accommodation* for cabin, 2d cahin and i j, steerage passengers, |icrsous intending to embaik should make s early application to the subscrilier ? JOSKPH Mc.MUllHAY, r anTi r 100 Pine, corner of South. ( OLD BLACK BALL LINK OK l'A< KKTS- * fcrjMfV Packet of the 1st September for Liverpool?The fist ffiiSuifatilling packet ship <OLUMBUS, Captain Cole, . will lie tit spatched as above her regular day. Those wishing * to secure berths will r?*oitin> in ""jtiTifr iik'iuj.MAN, J 61 South street, near Wall st. g Passage from Liverpool can an usual lie secured in any of the J packet ship* sailing weekly, anp drifts furnished for any *; amount payable at the National and Provincial Dank of lielanu \ and 11 ranches, and Messrs. J. Butt, Sou & Co., Hankers, Lou- ' iron; Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and Branches. J throughout England and Wales, Greenock Banking Co., anil ? Eastern Bank of Scotland and Branches. For further p.irticuars apply as above. au 23 r i. FOli LIVKliPUOL?Packet 16th September.? t< KrTjvTlie new splendid packet ship QUhEN OF THE ti J*L \V F.ST. Philip Woodhouse, master, 12M tons, will v sail on her regular day, the 16th Sept. \ For freight or passage, having accomodations unequalled for v elegance and comtort, apply on board, west side Burling a ?li|>, or to WOODHULL & M1NTURNB, ?? ? ? 87 South at. 1 he fine packet ship Rochester, ( aptain John Brittou, 1XM) tons, will succeesl the Queeji of the West, and sail ou her regular day, 16th October a20r AjfiSr' FOR LIVERPOOL?The substantial fast sailing KKSklrW packet ship SOUTHERNER, T. D. Palmer,matter, ( "ffihlr sail 30th init. ' I* or freight of the bulk 1500 Mils , or passage, having very 6ood accommodations, apply to the captain on board, west side I urling Slip, or to WOODHULL U MINTUKNfl, 1 au22r 117 South street. FOR OUADALOUPE.?The very superior coi>- r WKPafVper fastened and copiiered French shi|> OUSTAVE T jMl&>''l)OUAKI>. Capt. Negret. She has very comfortable accommodations for passengers. C For freight or passage apply to o BOYD St HINCKEN, ( aul2ec 9 Tontine Building, cor. Wall and Water sts. t ?jff? FOR NEW ORLEANS?Star Line?First regu- r; KlHMPVl.ir packet ship w ith despatch?The splendid, well (l Jiftli&kiiowu packet ship FRANKLIN, Capt. Kennedy. ? will sail as above without delay. She has splendid accommodations for oahin, 2d cabin and steerage p;issengers, who will lie taken at the very lowest rates, f, Those desirous of securing births would do well to make early n application on ..oard the ship, foot of line street, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, aulOec 100 Pine street. tf AAa- FOR NEW ORLEANS?First Packet Sl>i[?? v w9WPVThe suiierior fast sailiug ship NIAOARA, aptain will lie despatched in a few days. This suiierior ship has unsurpassed accommodation for cabin, 2nd cabin, and steerage passengers, and only requires to lie examined in order to command a preference. For passage, apply . on board the ship, pier 11 East River, or to | JOHN I1ERDMAN, 61 South it, near Wall it. o N. B.?The sulisctiber will despath first class ships weekly ' frr New Orleans anil Mobile during the fall and wilder.and the passage will beat the \erv lowest rates. au^lr FOR NEW ORLEANS?- Louisiana and NewV ork Line?Regular jurkct?To succeed the JjUuglgBLiniis'l. The fast sailing packet ship HUNTSV 11,1. K. I apt. O. II Mumt. rd. will sail as above. For ? freight or passage, having handsome furnished accwnimodations .niplv ou board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to F. K. COLLINS & CO., 56 South st. \ Agents in Newr Orleans, Huliu & Woodrnff, who will promptly foiwaril all goods to their address. The packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain C llillard. *>ill d ncrwd the lliinuville '?2I r t< FOR BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. ifi s ASSOCIATION PASSAOkTTTFICK TO ALBANY " I'tica $2 00 Rochester, $1 no .1 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, :i 50 Oswego, 2 25 Up. aud Lower ('sHada 5 50 ? By 0m' fast line to Buffalo ami found, $tl (HI. c For portage apply to H M. L. RAY, au2l 3m m 93 Barclay street, New Yoik. , SUMMER ARRANGEMENT NEW YOIIK AND PHILADELPHIA 11AI .KOAD LINE b DIRECT, Via Nkwark, Nkwrri-nswick, Princeton, Trk.itow, Bordk^tows Anb Biri.hhtqn. ai HUN SIX Ht>l Its. 11 Leaving New York dally from the foot of Courtlamlt ?t. ? Morning Line at? A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at \\ P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from theuce by ? steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (oppoyte to Philadelphia) without change of cars. . Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of Courtlamlt strei-t, w here a commodious steamboat, will be in readiness, with baggage crates on board. ?iuii'li lphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wiTlout being opened uy the way Each train is provided with a car in which are apartmeuts and dressing rooms expressly for ? the ladies' use. :J Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 1% A. M., and I P. M. being a continuation of the Hues from New York. ,, jyH8 3in*ec PATERSON RAILROAD. ^ esse? FARE ONLY 25 CENTS. 41 From Paterson to Jersey City. p Oil and after Monday, 17th July, the cars will leave C Patlrso> Dkpot Lkavi Nfw York. 8 A. M. !> A. M. o 1IX " 12>i P. M. 4 P. M. 5 " o ON SUNDAYS. Leave Paterio* Df.tot. Leave Nr.w York, h 7X A. M. 8* A. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. 0 Transportation cars ply daily (Sundays excepted.) Passen- tl eers are advised to be at the Ferry, foot of Courtlaudt street, a ,, few minutes before the stared hour* of departure jvlOfiin NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS < PORTATION COMPANY 5 ftSl&SiJ ^rri s fahk io.'hnY.i/Vo twkviV kiV! ki k vr s. From the foot of Courtl.imlt street, New Y ork. (Emy day?Sunday* excepted.) / I.mrn New York. Leaves Newark. At ? A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7 A.M. At l? P. M. " 9 do. 3 do. R do. 4'i do. ai 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 5H do. K 5K do. 10* do. 7>Z do. .. 6^4 do. 9)' do R do. a ON SUNDAYS. t From the foot of Couitlanrit ?tr?ef. J Leave* New York. Leave* Newark. At 9 A. M. and 4\? P. M. At 12V P. M. and 9?? P. M. .! NF.W YORK, KL1/ VHKTII TOWN J' Leave* New York. 1,???Uizabetli Town * At * A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7K A. M. 3!^ P. M u 9 <lo. 4 do. 8'j Jo. 7 do, * It do. 4'*' do. 10 do. 0!? do. do. 12 do. < The trains for Westfield, Phinfield, Ronndbronk, Somer- fi villc, Ike., connect w ith tlu- !) A. M., and 4'4 P. M. ; trains 3 from New Yoik daily, Sundays excepted. Fare between New York and Kliralieih Town 25 cent*. * Fare between do. and Somerville, 75 rents. NKW YORK AND RAM WAV. *1 Leave* New York. Leaves Railway. At * A. M. At .1 P. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 P. M. h 9 do. 4 do. B do. KV do. , 11 do. 4?< do. 9*? do. 9 do. Hl-a do. 11% do. J NKW YORK ANO NKW RKI'NSWK K. ? From fool of Courtlandt street, New York, daily. Leave* New York. Leaves New Brunswick. rl At 9 A.M. At ? P.M. At fi A.M. At 11% A.M. i% do. 74 do. f>i P. M. r?N SUNDAYS. Los res New York. Lea>e? New Dr>inswiek. At 9 A. M. and IK P.. M. At IIl4 A M? and 8*a P. M. ? Fare, except ill the Philadelphia trains, between New York L and New Brunswick. 50 cents. , Be!with New Y'ork and llaliway, 25 cents. ^ Passenger* who procurs their tickets at the ticket office, re. * ' ceive a firry ticket oralis. Tickets are received by the con* doctor wily on Mm my whw |wnlnwa. HM? ^ - - ^POMBROY "TSStr VVi3. FOR ALBANY, TROY, < lll? VOO and the CANADAS. I ^ The suhscriIters hiving completed, the r arrangements with | ?, llii" IV,.| |r'i l.iii" ol St imlimM "ii the >nrtii mv*r, ?n<< mc Kail II.i til I ompanim wr?t of Albany for runuing their Kinrnw , for the i?uon of III], in K.ipiru will learn their olllrf, $?. 1 W?ll HiiI'M, New York, rvrv e?rniiu, m quarter to 7 o'clock, for th* above ii.nneil aim Kifriinill il?* pUcm. r, IMI'OH T VNT. ! <>r ihi- greater aafet v ind ?*cnrily of all filmblr anil money * Pack .titriuteil in their c.ire, they hue Salamander Iron Nitea on hnaril of the ateamhoata, in ? atrte room occupied ry cluovi'ly

hy tlirmwlTrt, anil tin-inniirnKcr in charp* >l"?| in ( tne <am- room with tin" iron talra.into winch all ?uch imillavi v *r?,-UcrH POMKKOY ?i COMI'ANV, it ? No * Wall mm, RK H tNI.NO, AUGUST 27, 18 <<* -> TULI EN V ( (<i'p-ftefr ^ So 3 Wall-street, ^yga"^F8F JEW VOHK, ALBANY. TROY AND MONTREAL ... . EXPRKHH. Iliirmli'ii &i I o. Imvini; ilii.|k>vil ?il" their roiifr frnm Jew \ mtk to A Ih.iuy and Troy, the miMcrilMTx, the old conuctorn ol llariiden SlI Vi Northern Kvpre**, from New York nil cnuimtte tw run, a? heretofore, l.'avinu New York. Albany ihI 1 roy J)ail);. and connect at Troy with Jacobs1 Montreal ,ipre?s, ami will forward StMcie. Bank Note*. Packages. Bun I?*s, <a?e? o Uoods, fee. to any place between New \ ork and loniml, an?l throughout the < unda'* Alto East from Troy ml Allniiy to Boston, ami West from Albany to Buffalo. All busiiMPM Htitin*tei to their charge will he promptly at uded to. Particular attention will In* paid to the collection ol oiis, draft*, accfptanccs, See. and piompt returns made for the ame. PCLLKN St < OPP. Office*?Pulleii St Coup. 3 Will itreet. New York. TIiom Uouifh. !.'? Kxchtttgp, Albany. A. <?. Filkins, 220 River street, Trov. H. Jacob's Kxchauue Court, Paul's st. Montreal. KKKEKKNCtlS. Nkw York. Ai.na.iv. Troy. rime, Ward & King, K. .1. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, aeob Little fic Co., Thoi, (iouxh. P. WHU; ohu T. Smith St. Co. S K. Stow, J e|h?on Hoffman. C.8.Doilffla*s, arpeuler 6t Vermilye, K. Leake. Ioui;hlou &. Co. Irew . Robinson It ( ?>. i rh IN 1?L.ISII. FRKN( II, HKI.OIAN AM) AMKKH A.N KXI'llKSS, OKNK.lt A I. FORWARDINO AND COMMISSION MOUSK. i HARNDtN 4i i O. will receive and forward by their daily '.xpn-s. Cars, S|?ecie, It oik Notes, Pack igesand Parcel., to any art of the United SlaM. or Canada*, and uy the .trainer. and acketi m aiiy part of Knglaml, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium or 'ranc?. Particular attention is paid to tlie purchase or sale of all docriptioii. of merchandise, collecting and paying Drafts, Note., nd Hills, l? tlie ejitry of inerch indi>?* at the Cu.tnm House, < lid to the general transaction of any anil all kind, of forwardig and commission business. Hills of Kxchaiige. in sums to t nit, furnished on St. John, N. B., Halifax, N. or ou any art of Rurope. I All goods must be marked "Harden & Co." Foreign Pout )tlice Letter Bags are in td< Aiip for all the Royal Mail Steam- I rs from Boston, and the strainer and .ailing packet, from New fork. i Prinriiml ....I Icssrs. Wilmer and Smith, 32 Church street, Liverpool, | KdiIM. lossrs. Maclean, Maris Sc ' ' o,, n Ahehurch lane, London. i tessrs. Knit'isoii U Co., I'aris and Havre. i iatnuel Haight. Km., American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium, lessrs. J. and t?. Woodward, St. John, N. B. I L. W. Oodfrey, Halifax, N. S. . O. Woodward, New Orleans, La. I leiars. J. B. Saierac & Co.. Havana. i I.irmli II & Co. II Court St., Boston. All goods must lie marked "Harden & Co. I N. B.?Hamdeii fc Co. are alone rt*s|>oii?il>le for the loss or i ljwry of any article*, ?r i i<.|>? rt v of unv description committed I > their care; nor is any risk assumed hy, uor can any he at* i iched to the New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company, by I rhich their crates are. or may lie transported; uor the New I :'ork, Providence, and Boston Hailroad, or the Boston and l'ro- I idence Hailroad Corpomtious, in resi>ect to their contents at I nv time. HAHNOEN & CO., i JV12 r No 3 Wall ?t.. New York LAKE UN'TAhlo > I l'w\:Vl ..OAi uOUTE* FROM ROCHES' ER. T H R K K S T KAM-BOATS. The A DM lit A I., tor Niagara Kails direct, gg-?HtC3?(via Lewiston) daily. LaBkUb The (tORK, to 1 oronto and Hamilton. The AIMKRICA, for Toronto, touching at Cqbourgh. Port lo|ie. See., making a daily communication to Niagara Falls, Toronto, Hamilton. Sic. A NKW ROU1 K BY WAY OK LAKK ONTARIO. Passengers can avoid the Oswego Canal, by taking the Hailnail from Syracuse to Rochester, and then take steamboat for vrm Fall i and Buffalo. The splendid, law and new Steamboat ADMIRAL, Captain ?ordo.i, one of tlie best s*a boats that ever floated on the water r l.tke Ontario, will lei\e Rochester landiut; every mor tiing. Sundays excepted,) at halfyust 10 o'clock, or on the arrival of lie can from Albany, t"r Niagani Falls and Buffalo. Thioyh rom Rochester to the Falls in 8 hours. Passengers leaving Hyicuae in the morning at 4 o'clock, will be at the Falls at 8 I 'clock in the evening, and arrive at Buffalo in time for the loruiug steamboats up the Lakes. II. F1LKINS. Agent. i Office at the Morton House, Rochester, i The steamer Oore,Captain Rolsrt Kerr, will leave ^Rochester ? >r Toronto direct, every Monday. Wednesday and Friday eve- i ing, at 7 o'clock; ami will leave Toronto for Hamilton, every t 'uesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at 8 o'clock. t The steamboat America, Captain Twohy, will leave Rochesr Landing for Toronto, touching at <. ohurgh, Port Hope, * ond Head and Darlington, weather permitting, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 7 o'clock, P. M. t Rochester, iwy. I, inn inl} ln^v i NKW AHIt ANUKMKNT. ~ ! KARK AND KRfclOHT RKDtlCK.D. 1 .MMjl REOULAR MAII, LINK-KOIl PRO- . I^JHcg3?VH)K.N?-K, AND BOSTON, via. STON- I K^JObdC-INUTUN AND NKWPMHT?fompnsed i' the following sii|ierior steamers, running in connection w ith lie Stoiiiugtou and Boston and I'rovideure Railroads :? MASSACHUSETTS, ( apt. Com-.tock. NHODK ISLAND, C .pt TluyeiPROV1DKNI K. NARRAOANSETT. Mllltl.'rilM ()u? of which * ill leave New York daily (Sundays eiceptcl) from I'li'f No. I, Battery PUce, N. River, at 5 P. M. A R R AN (7EM E NTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Vednesday Cor Stonington and Newport, and Friday for ' ItoninRio'i. Tlie M AS8ACHT78ETTS, ( aptain Comstock, on Tuesay and Tlursdav for Stoniiiglou, and Saturday for Klouiug>ii, Newpc-'t and Providence. Passenger; on the arrival of the steamers at Stoningtou, will e immeuif-, y forwarded in the splendid and commodious ars of th< Railroad to Providence and Ronton, and if for iewport will proceed ill the steamer Mohegau (in mi lienor or- . er) from the, ce at 6 o'clock the following morning, thus ivjng tliein in opportunity of a night's rest on hoard the steam- ] r Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and then breakfast ou hoard i?t Mohegan. The above steamers have lieen thoroughly equipped and ] repared to promote celvrity of travel and the comfort and se- ' urity of passengers, and not surpaesed by nuy in the United ' tates. Kor imssage or freight, which is takeu at very reduced rales, j |>ply on board, at north side of pier No. I, 21 Broadway, or ofce of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for thfl route ami steamers'berths <wu lie secured on oard, oral the nllir.i of IIARNDEN St CO., No. 3 Wall street (L/ On and after the 10th iust, freight will not be received ndforwarded after half-past I P. M. m'tfim* tn au* ~PEOPLE'S LINK OK STEAMBOATS t.=J**j4e3,FOR ALBAN V?Daily at 7o'clock P. M- < 1frj JtT Through direct?From the steamboat pier bea-een Courtlandt and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. < The steamboat K NICKEHBOl ',KER.Capt. A. P. St. John, 'ill leave Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. ] Steamboat ROCHESTER, ('apt. A. Houghton, will leave I lotiday, Wednesday aud^Frida^y Evenings, at seven o'clock. I Steamboat SOOTH AMERICA, ' apt. L. W. Brainasri, i ill leave Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, afternoon, at 5 'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, ( apt. M. H. Truesdell, 'il| leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at five 'clock. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive in .Ibany in ample time to lake the Morning Train of Cars for i te east or west. <i The above boats are new and substantial, are famished with a sat and elegant Stale Rooms, and for sjKed and accommoda* t ous are unrivalled on the Hudsou. t For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schtiltl t : the office on the wharf. au2l 6tr c ,> ?> y?a SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE ALBANY, TROY, and intermedia^ Landings?From the steamboat pier, at the lot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leaves Now York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday id Friday. The Trov on Tuesdav. Thursday and Saturday. t7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newbarah, Hampton, 1 onghkeemie. Hyde Park, Rhinebeck.U. Red Hook, Bristol, J Utskill, Hudson, Ooxsackie and Kinderhook. (, The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain 8. H. Roe, ) n Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug. 16. The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Oorham, n Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug 12. t For passage, apply at the office, foot of Barclay street, or on ) ioard. , Notice.?All Goods, Freight. Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie r any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on board he Boats of this Line^nn <t be at the risk of the owners of such >"<l.i. an 16 r MA SEVE'n"O'CLOCK kvenino line ^?J*jy?3?f..r ALBANY AND TROY direct, without V landing?tlm splendid low pressure steamboat WALLOW, Captain A McLe.iu, will Imve the foot of oitrtlandt street every T'S.lay, Thnrsd.iy, and Saturday renings, at 7 o'clock, for Al niy direct. The Swallow has a large m inl>er of state rooms.and for s|ieed ! id accommodations is not suipassed on the Hudson. auH ec TO THE THAVKLLINU PUBLIC. jmA OPPOSITION LINE?The splendid steam- . LrLAJLSr3eh..atH NK.W JEHSF.Y. Capt llobt Fury and f m ?**=** ".hitwmmi Til , Q. House, will form dailv line for the balance of I be season her ween New York id Albany. Leaving Albanv and New York every evening, reight will be taken at low prices. For freight and passage aply oi board. au? lm> t . B_i 1 -as REGULAR OPPOSITION FOR BQft. r TON. via NEWPORT AND PROVI- l Emm?jtmML DENCE? Fare to Boston $2 M\ Deck (I 10; s charge for Berths. Newport and Providence Si; Deck SO ? s. Ths fast sailing steamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain I I'm. II. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip. East River, every londay, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. li For iwnage or freight apply on board, or to A. D. PECK, 205 o 00,b fc -i ,1 \ F. W \ IIK AMI NF.W YORK.?Fare i L. -J>*e^3?only I2'< Cents !?The splendid steamer PAS- ? It?J?Jfc.SAIC, after June 5th. will run as follows Leave the foot of Barclay street, New York, at 10 A. 11., nud t P. M. t Leaves rhe foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7X A. M , and c id l>< P. M. The accommodations both for passengers and freight have I' vn greatly improved. t .Freight carried at very low rates. Jyl6 3tn*ec a ft* r> ja HTATK.N IS|, \>|) KKitity, puUT g^5jf^a?()K WIIITKIIALL ST.^Th. .inmhm. rtjp STAT K.N 1st,A NDKKand 8AM8ON will i 111 aa follow* until further notice 1 Leave New York *, 9, 10, II, 1, 2, 3X, S, ?, 7. Leave Staten lnUnil 8, 9, 10, II, I, 2, 4, S, 6, 7. t l,nre New York and Stateri Iilwileftry hour *n Siimlay. tl Ntaten Itltuid Kerry?foot of Whitehall atrret to Clifton Jj. ct. The at-amhoat Hercnle* will leave New York2 P.M.? t lifton.jr M. on Sunday, July 10th. v P. 8.?K^ydraioa to Kort Hamilton, Sundayi eteeptjd.? eava Kort Hamilton 7>? A. M., returning from New York, o k4 P. M. ill r ,U|?> ** NK\V ARRAMIKMKNT KOK ! HIIIO.WSBl'H Y?Long Bran. li, Sandy ' m " =" " ' Ocean Honw mil Katontown f.andiuir. 'I'll, w Steamboat SHUKWSBI'RY, ('amain Joint P oilif*. will now run a< follow*, on and after Thursday, 27th ml imviiitf New \ork, trom the loot of Hohinton itre*t, ferv 'I'll lay, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. id F.atciitown Landing oa Monday, \V'dne?diy and Friday, : 10 o'rl <k, A. M. The i?w?l?nry will run n above, weather permitting, nn I t'nrthci net ice. All hagmgc at the ri*k of the owner* Kate I7'i centa. . N. B.? Stage" will lie in attendance to convey |<a.'*enger* w am thil tfomuid landing place* to any part of the county i?- " 'iv Slirrwtliitrr will go tlie itin?r pits**!', when pr.ictiruhl*. *? j?Hr ?j lOTtON Dl ? K?American Pilot < ottoa Dtck, S rrry J, J superior imlity, a comply ???orimriit. for mIc in loti to iill?ir.:tuw . by K. K. COLLINS i CO., ?*lir J# SoHfh ?irm. [ERA 43. BY TOE PRESIDENT OF TI1E UNITED STATES. fN Pursuance of Law, I, JOHN TYLBR, Pruiilent of tlw : 1 ' ..I A.,in* A.* <!...< I . -...I ... ,L .. known, tli.it i?n 111 if- sales w ill lie I it* hi at the undermentioned I. and OAci?, in the State ol' Illinois, ut iht pcrMi hereinafter i WWUlnl, to wit t? At tlie I..00I Ottice, at Dixon, commencing on Monday, the tliirtit*!la day ol'October next, lor the disposal of the public land* within tlx' undermentioned townships .mil part* of townships, to wit :? North ol tlm base I in*, anil K.ast of the thiril principal tneriilian. Township* thirty-six, thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, forty-four, ami forty-six, of range one. Township* thirty-six, thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, 1 forty, ami lo.'ty-oue, of range two. Townships thirty-seven, thirty-tight, thirty-nine, forty, anil forty-one of range tluee. The smith ea ;t quarter of section fourteen, anil the south- I west quarter of sec twin twenty-four, 111 township thirty-three of range one. The southwest quarter of section two, in township thirty- ' dine, of range three. The l ast half of tint north east quarter of section twenty-one, >nd the west Inlf of tint northwest quarter of section twenty- j two. in township thirty-six, of range three. Tlie west half of the north-east onarter of section twenty-one in township thirty-one, north of the base lino, of range one, went of the thiril principal meridian. The east fraction of the northwest fractional quarter of seclion twenty- (on the east side of llock river,) iu township forty-three of range one, east. North of the base line, and Kast of the fourth principal meridian. Townships eighteen, of range two. Townships eighteen, twenty-four, and twenty-five, of range three. Townships eighteen, nineteen, twenty-four, twenty-five, and j twenty-six, of range four. Townships eighteen, nineteen, twenty-four, twenty-five, and | twenty-six, of range li>e. Townships twenty-two, of range six. townships twenty-three, of range seven. The uurt he-us i quarter of faction thirty, in township eighteen | of r iiik* one. The northeast quarter of section thirteen, in township nineteen. of range one. The northeast fractional quarter of section thirty-four, iu | township twenty-one, of range two. The e?ist half of the northeast miarter of section eighteen, in township twenty-three, of range four. The east half of the southeast quarter of section seventeen, in township tweutv-one, of rauge seven. The west half of the northwest fractional quarter *>f section , five, in township twenty-one; of range nine. The southwest quarter of section three, and the southeast | juarter of section thirteen, iu township twenty-two, of range line. The west half of the northeast quarter of section thirteen, in township twenty-three, of range nine. The west lull of tlie southwest quarter of section twenty, in township fifteen, and the east half of the southwest quarter of i lection twelve, tn township twenty -eight, of nnie tern The northeast quarter ofsectioii three; west halves of sections six ami seven; south half of section eleven; north halt , uid southwest nuarter of section fourtee.i; east half of section lifteen; east half section seventeen; west halves of sections ; eighteen and nineteen; north halves of sections twenty-one and ! twenty-two; south halves and northwest quarters of section.* i thirty and thirty-one; south half and northeast quarter of sec- . r ion thirty-two: south half and northwest quarter ofsectioii thirt\-three; and the southwest quarter of section thntv -t?nr in townabip thirteen. The novth hilvei of sections one to six, inclusive; southwest quarter of section six; west halves of lections seven, eighteen, nineteen, thirty, and thirty-one, and the northwest quarter of section twenty-three, in township fourteen of range four* Sections three, ten, fourteen, fifteen, and twenty-five; nerth halves of sections one, two, four, five, six seven, twenty-one, twenty-two, and twenty-four; south halves of sections eight and twenty-throe; west halves of sections eighteen, nineteen, thirty and thirty-one; southwest quarters of sections six, seven, and twenty-four; southeast quarters of sections four, and twenty, and twenty-two; northwest quarters of section eleven, and northeast quarter of section thirty-three, iu township fourteen, of range six. North of the base liue, and West of the fourth principal meridiau. Township fifteen; the east part of an islind in Rock river, in section thirteen; also fractional sections eighteen and uiueteen, Inu nclun ?i.t..I' ril.UA Iw.i Fractional sections nineteen ami twenty-one; west half of fractional section twenty-two; north half of section twentyfive; east hall'of iiorthra.it quarter of section twenty-six; south halves of sectiona fwenty-aeveu ami twenty-eight, ami northwest quarter of section twenty-eight; north hall section thirty; northeast quarter, southwest quarter, north h ilf of northwest jnarter, and west half of southeast quarter of section thirtyjue; section thirty-two, except the west half of the northwest liiarter; sections twenty-nine, thirty-three, and thirty-four, and li?* west half of the northwest quarter of section thirty-five, in owuship seventeen of ran^e three. Fractional sections twenty-one to thirty-two, inclusive, and ( ? ( ! iii t It i it y-tlnee, 111 township *?? v '"iit'i'i of i atige lonr. I'art of an island in the Mississippi river, iu section three, in ownship fifteen; fractional sections one, two, eleven, fourtee.il, weuty-two, twenty-three, twenty-seven, and thirty-four, in ownship sixteen and tit* fractional section thirty-six, in the fractional township seventeen of range six. At the Laud Office at Chicago, commencing on Monday, the twenty-fifth day of September next, for the dis|>osal of the public lands hereinafter designated, to wit : North of the. base line, a.id Kast of third principal meridian. Fractioual townships thirty-one and thirty-two, bordering on the Indiana State lin?\ of range fifteen. The cast fraction of the southest quarter of section sis, in towushi|) thirty-three of range four. The east half and northwest quarter of the uortlicast quarter of sectiou three, and the north half of the northwest quarter of the same section, in township thirty-nine, of range eight. The Hist half of the southeast quarter of section fifteen, in Dwnship forty-three, of range eleven. The northwest quarter of section twelve, iu towuship forty, #f range thirteen. At flie Land Office at Danville commencing on Monday, the lecond day of October next, for the disposal ol the public lands within the limits of fractional townships twenty-eight, tweutyline, and thirty, north of the base line, of range ten, west of lie second principal meridian. At the Land Office at Kaskaskia, commencing on Monday, he sixteenth dav of October next, for the dis|M>sal of the public amis within me limits of the southeast quarter of section hirty-three, ami the southwest fractional quarter of the same ection. on island twenty-four in the Mississippi river, in town IiiI> thirteen, south, of range three wi-it, At the Land Office at Edward* ville, commencing on Monday lie ninth day of Octolier noil, for the disposal of the public iHi within tna limiu of fractional wiiom thiity-oue and hirtv-t wo, in township six north, of range tan ?,?itl and fracional section twenty-tive, in township n? north, ot range Heen went, constituting inlands numbered sixty and sixty-one, in he Mississippi river. At the Land Office at Qnincy, commencing on Monday, the wenty-third day of October uext, for the disposal of the puhic lands within the limits of the undermentioned tracts, viz : , North of the base line, and East of the fourth priuci|?il meridian. ' The north half and southeast quarter of section twenty-three, in township to, of range three. I The uortliwest quarter of section twenty-two, in township leven, of range seven. LanA< appropriated by law, for the use of schools, military, ir other purposes, will lie deluded from sale. The sale* will each be. kept open for two weeks, (unless the lauds are sooner disposed of) and no longer; and no private entries of land, in the townships so offered, will be admitted tintil after the expiration of the two weeksv Given under iny hand at the City of Washington, this eighth [lay of June, Anno Domini 1813. JOHN TYLER. By the President : THO. D. BLAKE. Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every l*!nton entitled to the right of pre-emption to any lands sithin the limits of the townsliiim above numerated, is refilled to establish the same to the satisfaction of the Register nd Receiver of the proiwr laud office, and make payment there, or as soon as practicable, after seeing this notice, and before lie day ap|>oinled for the commencement of the punlic sale of lie township, embracing the tract claimed, above designated ; itherwiic inch claim will be forfeited. i THO. II. BLAKE, j Commissioner of the General Laud Office. i je2l ltaw to ICOct r 13Y THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED * STATES. ' [N pursuance of l^w, I, JOHN TYLER, President of the 4 L United States ol America, do hereby declare anil make . mown, that public sile< w ill beheld at the undermentioned ..and Offices, in the Territory of Iowa, at the periods hereinifter designated, to witJ At the Land Office, at Du Bnqu*. commencing on Monday, lie jixteenth day of October next, lor tlie disposal of the pub- < ic lands within the limits of the undermentioned township, i North of the base line, and East of the fifth principal meri- ' dura. 1 Townships eighty-two and eighty-three, of range one. Townships eighty-one, eighty-two and eight>-three, of range Township* eighty-one, eighty-two and eighty-three, of range three. Townships eighty-three, of range five. An island in the Mississippi rtver, containing thirty-on? 80100 icri'i. forming i?rti of sections tt?irty-fonr and itiirty-flvr n township seventy-eight, of range three North of the banc line, mid West of the fifth principal meridian Townships eighty-two and eighty-three, of nnge one. At the Land Office at Fairfield, commencing on Monday, the I econd diy of October n?tt, for the hisposal ol' the public lands , lereuiafter designated, vix :? *lorth of the has" line, and Wfit of the fifth principal ineri- 1 dian. < Township seventy-six, of range nine. i < An island in dnMiasissippi nvcr. forming pasts ol sections eventeen, eighteen, and nineteen, in township snty-eu(ht, of ange two, and paru of scction* thirteen aud t\?erity-fonr, uf < uwnship sixty-eight, of rangethre*. i Two small island* in the Mississippi rivw, forming part ol ' ection sit, in township aetentv, of range one, and parti ol tecions one and twelve, in township seveaity, of range twro. An island in the Missiasippi river, forniitig parts of sections > < fti'en, sisteeu, twenty-one and twenty-two, except that portion ? f the island witiun the limits of sections sixteen, and two lands in the same rivar one of them forming a portion of "re- * ions twenty-two, twenty-tit and twentvseven, and the other 1 t iarts ofsections twenty-two and twenty -seven?all in township i" eventy-four, of rang" two. Three island') in the Mississippi river, forming parta of sec- ' ions twenty-one. twenty-two, twenty-seven, twenty-eight, I wenty-nine and 'hirty-two, in towaship ?eventy-o?c, of ring me. Huron Island, and six small island* in the Mississippi river, firming purls of tectiona three, nine, ten. ttlteen, sixt-s-a, tweny-one, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-sit, twenty-seven, ml thirty-four, except so much of Huron Islands as lies within he limits of section sixteen, in township seventy two, of range ne. . An islanil in the Mississippi river, forming part of section I' hree, in township seventy-two, of range one. and |K?rt ol secion thirty-lour, in township seve ity-three, ?f range one An island in th" Mississippi liver, forming part* ol section wenty-two, twenty-seeen and thirty-fonr, in township seventy- i p fin*, of range one. 1 Kour islands in the Mississippi river, forming part* of sections *' went wight to thirt\-five, inclusive, intownshipseventy.se en, of ran?c one. I Lands appropriated by law, for the use of schools, military, r other purposes, will be excluded Ironi sale. The sales wiil each be kept open for two weeks, (unless the ind* are soon disjmsed of,) and no longer ; and no priv ite en I ? I ... 11... I.lull IT, r.-.l ?. ,11 I-. ??i,l I l>?athe.'*ptr*tion of the twro wwk*. ?W\"ii muter my Innd, at the City of Washington, thin iirhth ilat of June, Ann<> Domini, 1843. JOHN TYLER. By the Pit 31dent: THO. H. BI.AKE, ommiitioiier of the General Land Office. NOTIt E TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. ( I .very person entitled to the right of pre-emption to ativ Unfit r ithui the limit* of the township* ahovee mmer Had. is required " > establish the vime to the sitisfirtion of the Register ,1 id K< ?iver of tl?e proiier Laud Otfire, ami nuke payment therefor, ss | >on*s practicable after acting thia notice rnd hefoir the d?v |i|>?inU-d for the comiiieueement of the public sale of the (ownup embracing the traet claimed, aliove ^designated, otherwise . ^ urn claim will be forfeited. ' THO. II. BLAKE, I ? CommiMiowr ??l th* <*rn?'r*l liiw f ^ I law to tOct r I LD. Prlc? Two Cents. low* [CoTnspouifenca of the IliiOOMiNOTON, (Iowa.) Au*. 9, ]Kts Iou>a ? Up]>f Miuwippi flivr? Imprnvtmrvt of the Nuvitrillion ? Cheap G tver nmtnl? Prodwl of lown?Fuit <J the Country?Jtlinoit Elation? Mormon Politic*?Ntto Hevelation. J. fr Brnnktt, Esq.? L)?ar Sir? In my lant I told you that I had something more to any of this beautiful and majestic river, and of the luture prospects of Iowa. I have frequently paesed up this river, from the month of the Ohio to Bloomiugton, sometimes higher?hav en ased it in twenty places In summer I have bulbed mix! ti-hed in it. or laid atill in my littla walnut canoe, and floated down the"slye" to shoot the duckH and ?eei-e ; and in winter I have taken many a merry sleiuli ride or chafed the deer and wolf upon us ice, and cooled my parched tongue with the same in summer Allthi< is very tine,and mere common place small talk. Think ol a boat starting at Pittsburg, as they frequently do, on a trip to the falls of St. Anthony, two thousand miles! Compare this with one hundred and tixty nulea of navigation on your Hudson. Audthisriver, trom the mouth ofthe Ohio, one thousand mile*, to the Falls, is a? tine navigation ua the Hudson, with the exception of the rarids??ne at the lower part ol thtTerritory, just above the mouth of the D'smoin's, twelve miles lonif?the other at Itock I-land, above the mouth of Rock River,eighteen tnileslwtg. Tfey are over a flit rock, with it ft 11 of iroui one 10 two f-et per mile. When tin- river is high, there is live or six feet water, and when low Inn two feet The U S. governnirnt huve com me nerd improving tin- lower rapids, by bluMing the rock in the channel to make it deeper, mid the work has already rendered much asaistanee to the navigation Hut it haa been the poiicy of our government io suspend the work and nave her money. Our country sutlers immensely lor the want ot the projterappropriation of funds tolacili'ate our mails and our commerce and navigation I n tit not acquainted with many of the lawmakers or olfice holders of the government. I wonder if they loo suffer for the want of pay ! Hut let me resume niv subject Freight from St. Louis here or to (ralenaand Dubuque, w^eii the water is high, is Iroin ten to twelve ami a ha t cent* per hundred; hut when it is low, it is from hf' y to one hundred Our government do wrong to withhold ho rifling in exp-nditure, when it can hi- ot Hitch vug' benefit to a community?to the whole nation. The number of steamboats which crossed these raiuds last year was 415?the number this year, tour first months, id 305. They will Hverag?- 2lK) ions. Tim riv-r ihu t'ly clones in D-*ceruSer, and oii?nH early in Marcti. Its rise and fill is very gradual, being only about twelve feet Its highest rise is usually in June, and it frequently spins out its springtide through hall the summer At this davit is four'eet above low water, having fallen about 7i feet in four weeks. I have been thus particular inspenking of our navigation, because ihe fir*I objecis ot any country are its commerce and agricilture !*uch are our commercial a(lv>iniH?eH, *n now lor the agricultural. Tne ri hue-- .f the h hI is the first and greatest olijtct <f the f.irmer. But accompanying this, lie must hive a dry healthy locution, wood, water. stii'i a marsei oeejn.-ecuing rtchnet-s< I ihe soil I hsve *p>ken of in my former letter, which is we I adapted to wi? at, corn, h-mp, outs, poiutoPH, tobacco, <fcc. Its richness varies but luilf wi h bottom and upland; the f irmer lieing more biiuily and warm, is better adapted to corn, while the latter is more t>la?'k, clayey and moint, better udup'ed to wheat and grass The country Ims a very uniform for nation, having no hills. The highland \ or tihle land* are elevated about 2U0 feet above tur \11 -isissippi, and the depth ol the valley, ol smaller streams, is generally in proportion to their -tze. On reference to a map, it may be seen that our country is well interspersed with rivers nf considerable magnitude, and the sin iller streams, rising between 'hem, d >w with a rapid current to their valleys, forming numerouH null-Heals, and leaving the country everywhere dryIn this respect, Iowa is far suiH>rinr to that part of Illinois whieh lies between the Wabash and the Mississippi, and Illinois rivers; where, lu many places, tne country is Hit and wet, and the stream* sluggish. This is a natural crazing country ; it would make your Yankee farmers themselves iat, to see the cattle and sheep, anil horses, luxuriating in the fine tfraes, with a prairie breeze which keeps the flies in the grove They get as lut rs vour stall fed. 5>heep are now a great object with the prairie farmera. They thrive fquaily well as the sheep on the lulls, at the east. Then, what a saving in freight, on wool, over that of beef and pork. In a few years, lowd will ship large quantities of wool east. Last Monday was the day of election for members of fongress, in Illinois The Whigs thought they were sure of three of the seven, having soma advantage of men of talent and popularity. In the north-w- stern district, it was expei ted that Walk-T, the Whig candidate, would get the Mormons. But the steamer Galena, which came up last night, reported lioge, the D-mocrat, to have a large majority there, which will surely defeat Walker. Walker is an atiie attornry, unrt lias irequenny pieaaen ior Jo Sinuh, when he wan under arrant for his little debt* or big Crimea, and thence lie bad found favor in the eight of Joseph and his brethren. lint on diet Sabbath d.?y, which was the d?y belore the election, Hiram, the brother ot Joseph, had a revelation Irom Heaven, by which it waa revealed to him tftnt it would not be altogether an holy and righteous thing in the eight of God and the Church, tor the brethren to give their votes to the Whigs, they f>eing, if possible, more the servants of Mammon thun the Democrats were Joseph stated to the Walter-day ?-aints, that "this revelation, which by Divine inspiration hid been given his brother Hiram, w;ts true beyond doubt, for Hiram was a man itl truth But it had not been so revealed to him. Now, Walker was a good man, and he had fnund avnr in thu l?w, by his power and wisdom, and reeased lum from the li.inds of his wicked perecutors. Therefore let u counsel together. We. vot not who would ?< ruler. Let us give some of >ur votes to Walker, and some to Hoge, and then ve shall nlways find lavor in the law, whether kVhigs or Democrats thou Id be rulers " Tne authoritiea ot Illinois will never dare enorce the laws upon the Mormons, lor 'hey hold the alance of power by vote. Hence, Jo Smith has never been brought to answer lor the treason and nurdera comiiuiird in ihe Mormon war; and the lttempted assassination ot Governor Hoggs Keep ctlu ly, yours, J. O. W. A. G?ou.?Who is the author ol the following we (now not; but we do know that it contains matter worthy of thought:? *' When an editor lif'.s his ten Irom his ttandish, he takes no slight responsibility He tsto write lor hundreds?for thousands. His readers expect, ind hav?- a righi t-? ext>ect, to be amused, inlor ned, made w iser, and better 'ne who sets hinieell up ?? public teacher has no excuse lor wlleneM or ?tu >f thought tii he fritter* d away without effect. He liould he a file lead'-r in (he march ot civilization, md he ?hi nl?l hi- above pandering to base pa??ioB*, nd cultivating feelingii nt party rancor and hog'iliv. Hold, in?l' p-iid? ut, c'livaluc,courteous, and reined, the new>pa|ier editor il the present day hould be a i?hil?'iio(.her ol the purest elecMctain ; >ne who Merit* out mid eleva'es all that la tru'h, 'iriue, anil condwvve to hurnxn bnpptneaa He hou d emulate the huhfRt toned chivalry, and be he d 'iender ol the innocent ai.il the oppr?-i?#*d, the riend o( | mi ice and human rights, and in iU broad* *t aeno?\ Libert*?and in in htchrac civil'ZUioa " GENERAL P&XlffTXlf <? I.M AHLMIMKN I , I. W. t PRNKR OK FULTON AND NASSAU ST8. k iwpi?li? (J with *r*ry mitrri^l n**c<?*#nry for the j?rornpf, ?**'? ami economical eitcution of f?i*ry (Wenprion ol TJISSI S>&SOTM39, ublic intention 11 retpie?te<t to this e?ti?bli?hinenf, in the t?ir.inci tlnl ?mplr tat u fiction will be ?iven?*? r?-if.ird? tvpor?phy, presvwork, ami churtjes?to th<w who p*|iiin" hntr or nmmon, Un<e or ?mall work ehenply And rij'editioiuly lecuted. LAFU.LS, .'J'Vr'.^w W <\ BILLS. ( IB? VLA HS. SHOW Biu.il, ??ALwL ,X'^Ani\u STKAMBOAT BILI.8, BIV' railroad niM.3, BJ *l^^s?<iAn?8 BTAOfc HI 1.1.3. ? ATILIIai??' PHA M PL K.TS, 011-1} Ji&A1)SHANDBILM, fcOTEB. otw m mm m ** ro? THEATRKS, ' IR' t *KS CONCERTS, MUSEUMS. i.n ti n-s nbuc mkktinos )r nny orhcr phew whet* thf lirge?t dwriptioa or printing it ciutrod The itnlitici 'or clii^ work are i ot equ ?IIeJ Uy my tic*' in thi? City. tor. bwuWt ?h?* law i??orr merit of W.AJ*) AXd DJMAWW, Thi? establishment h*? the I.ARIJKIT PRKSSK* I\ THE CITV. treat paint Nave been t.iken to i>roviile every matenil tliat <vsn naihlr be of tervire, and then-lore i?rv>ns l>*vniK oraaion for hnwhilh, will flinl it (reailv ro tliejr mlnnfiife to patronira ii? establishment ? /

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