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1 nil , , I I J I IliLj-milL TH Vol. IX?No. ?39 ?Whole No. 3451. BKiTlSH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of l?00 tons auil 440 horn* IfflWM ??ch. Appo;ut*d by tl.? Admiralty to anil Wwm??. Lirarpool and Bj?tou, cailiug at Ilalifa* to land and receive 1 asaeunuitott and Her Majesty'* Mail#. mnr.iirniA, ( aptain < naries ji. c.CALEDONIA, Captain Edward O. Lott. At'ADIA, Captain Alexander Ryne, BRITANNIA, Captain John Hewitt. Will aail for Bostou via Halifax, From Boston. From Liverpool. Acadi^ Ryrie. 16th August. 19th July. HiheruTa, Judklns, lit Sept. 4th August. Britannia, Lott, 16th do 19th do ..... _ 1 hew fthipt carry experienced surgeons, and ait supplied with Frances' Patent Lilt Boata. i'assagti to Liverpool $120?To Halifax $20. No hartlu secured until paid for.Forpaiaajra u>ply to ?- D. BRIOHAM, Jr.. Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall at., New York. NEW LINK OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To tail from New l'ork on the 25th and Liverpool on the 13th of each month. tlffy f kom Nkw Yoiut^^ Ship ROSCIUS, Captain John Collins, 25th July. Ship SIODONS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 2ith August. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain F. A. Depeyster, 25th Sept. Ship (iAllRK K, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25th October. From Liverpool. Ship 8HF.R1DAN, Captain F. A. Dejieyiter, 13th July. Sliip GARR1CK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, 13th August. Ship HOSCIl'S, Captain John Collins, llitli September. Bhip S1DDONS, Captain K. B. Cobb, 13th October. These skips are all of the tint class, upwards of 1004 tons, built in tti? city of New York, with such improvements a? combine great speed with unusual comfort fur passengers. Every care lias been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $75. Tiles* ships are commanded by ei(>erieiiced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neith-r the captains or owners of the ships will b? responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless resular bills of ladme are siirned therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS & (,0., 56 South St., New York, or to BKOWN, SHIPLEY & CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packet* will be charfttl I2>i cents per singl beet ; .">0 cents per ounce, and newspaiiers | cent each. jy7 ec THE ENW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. ilfiy ilfiy j|j|^ New Ship LIVERPOOL, 1150 tons, ? |5$ n.^L, John Eldridse. *{ * New ship QUEEN OF THE WEST, < ''[J1 1250 tons. Philip P. WooUl.ouse. i h Vhy ' Ship ROCHESTER. ?M too.. j \ \ ^b^y. Johu Brition. f ||jth Jum. Ship HOTTINOUER, 1050 toni, ? !5[[! K?!,?,b,r' Ira Bursely, July.1'' Those substantial, fast sailing, first class ships, all built in the city of New York, are commanded by men of e*perience and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 16th ol each mouth. Their cabins are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passengers. Neither the captains or owners of thcae ships will be responsible for any parcels or packages geut by them, unless regular bills ladiiiK are sigued therefor. For freight or passage apply to WOODHULL & MINTURNB, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS fc CO., au 9 Liverpool. "JOHN HERDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED mviiurrv/iiNi lAOQAUfj kjt r tlfls- ifl^ iff& t?ISRKOl'LAR LINK OK PACKET SHIPS, 61 South street. New York. PASSAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool and London, by the regular packet ship*, sailing on the 1st. 7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th of each month to and from Liverpool and to and from Loudou 1st, 10th aud 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 attention willbe shown them, and all who embark with them Passage can also be engaged from Liverpool direct to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and to the different port* of the British Provinces, at the lowest Mil. With thojn arrangements, together with the advantage which his Liver|>ool corres;HmdenU possess, being large ship owner*, and e men-iively engaged in the freighting business despatching yearly at least liH) first class shins from Liverpool to the va rous Rirts of the United States, with freight and passengers. The cilitv offered by this establishment is misuipassed, and tVom r the large number of first chiss ships employed in the line there can be no detention whatet er, which will be guaranteed. The price of passage will be at the lowest rates, aud should any of those sent for decline coming, the passage money will be as customary refunded. The steamboat fare from the different ports to Liverpool can, as usual, be secured. JOHN RDM A Is}. 61 South st, N Y. or J. it W. ROBINSON, near Wall street, Merchants and Emigrants' Ageuts, No. 16 Gon*e Pia7.7.as, Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. TK~ Subscriber requests the atteution of those remitting mo m j to Tlieir friends to his uue<]ualled arrangements for the p n lumt of Ills J. ills on demand, without discount or any charge w iijt Mui, at tiie following Banking Institutions, viz ;? i m rv'f.r a v n \ i .V r h,.i, i. < ? London. M?tn J. Barrird h Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool. National Provincial Bank of England, and Branches thronghout England and Wales. Yorkshire Dis'rict Bink and Branches. Lumiiighain Banking Co. Lancaarr Bankin? Co. IN SCOTLAND?(Irwiock Banking Co in Olasgow and Eastern Bulk of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?Proviutial Bank of Ireland. Ainagh Cork Eunis Mallow Athlpne Carlow Euniikillen Money mors Baltlha Cavan <?alway Omagh Sel fast Coleraine Kilkenny Parsonstown ainhridgs Cootehill Kilrnsli Sligo Ballvmeua Dublin Londonderry Htribane Biudon Downpatrick Largen Tralee ii ill).shannon Dongaiinou Limerick Waterford Clonutel Dungarron klonaglian Yougliall National Bank of Ireland. Billiusloe Castleliar Moat* Tipperary JUn.'igher Enniscorthy Nenah Tuam Boyle Kermoy New Hois Thomastown ('oilier Calway Jtoscrea Tralee Carrick on Sair Kanturk Knscommon We?tj>ort Ca*ll<-rea Longford Sligo Wexford Hiarlesville Loughrea Tallow Wicklow Cloumei _ Micliael?t*wn Tliurles N. B ? In addition to tlie Liverpool and London packets, the subscriber is also agent for the regular |<acketi tailing weekly from New York to New Orleam, Mobile. Charleston, ana 8av*iiiiah, by which passage can be secured at the lowest rates. jylJ-tf .IQ1IN HKHI)MAN. ???- fcfiE H NF.W YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. Second Lin*?The Ships of this line will hereafter leave New H York on tlie lit, auil Havru ou the 16th of each mouth, as follows, vii :? h From New York. Fr?m Havre. H New Ship ONEIDA, ( lit March. ( 16th April. Captain < 1st July. < 16th August. Jauies I-unck. t lit November, r lGih December. H Ship BALTIMOKE, I Ut April. ( 16th May. Captain < lit August. < 16th Sevtrmber Edward Fnnck.f lit December. ( ICth January. H Ship UTICA, C lit May. I 16th Juue. Captain \ 1st September < 16th October. H ! rnderick Hewitt. ( 1st January. ( 16th February. NewihipSt. NICHOLAS J 1st Jutm. I 16th July. Captain < 1st October. < 16th November. H J- B. Pell, ( 1st February. ( I6tli Ma rah. H The accommodation* of these ships are not surpassed, com bimnif all thit may be required for comfort. The price of c? |,in naaaagc is $100. Passengers will lie supplied with every ve qujsite with the exception of wines and liijnora. 4roods intended for th<ue vessels will lie forwarded by the sub. ^ j trrihers, free from any other than the expenses actually incurred on them. For Anight <r pass***- amdy to BOYD Hi HINCKF.N, Agents, HH \rtfi ec No. 9, Tontine Building, cor. Wall and Water sts IB FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUIHIANNA AND NEW YORK LINK OF PACKETS I !$!&, rfS' H| For the better accommodation of shippers, it is intended to despatch a ship from this |?)rt on th* 1st. Sth.lOth, IStli, 10th, and 25th of each month, commencing the 10th October nd continuing until May, when regular d:<ys will be appointed for the remainder of the year, w hereby great delays and disappointments will be prevented during the summer moutlia Th? following ships will commence this arrangement: Ship i A/OO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, ( aptain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI Captain Ifilliard. I Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSFEARE, Captain Miner. Ship OASTON, C.ptain Latham. Ship IIUNTSVioLE. Captain Mumford. Ship dCMULOEKj Captain Le.ivitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson, Ship MEMIMIIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mu I ford These ships were all limit in the city of New York, evpreaimm |y for packets, are of light draft of water, have recently been newly copiiered and put W splendid order, with accommoda lions for passengers uiiequflled for comfort. They are cominvided by experienced masters, who will mak? every exrrtion to give general satisfaction. They will at all time* be towed HH up and down the Miisiisippi by steamboats. \.?tlv/ the owners or captains of these ships will be responalhle (im< welry, bullion, precious stones, silvi* or plated ware, or for any letters, parcel or package, sent by or put on board of them, nnl'ss regular bills of lading are taken for the same and I the value therei>ii expressed. ^Bf For fraifht or passage, apply to ^H E. O'DLLlNS h CO.. 56 Sonth ?t? or ^H HULLIN ?c WOODRUFF, Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The ships of this line are warranted to sail punctually as advertised, nnd great care will be taken to have tne goods correctI Iy measured inr Iafly r v/n jji vr.nruuL?iMfanr ?n ?nr m (pJHJwV Septerotrr?11*i first clans pncket ship COLUM! >Ti>rffiM mis, C*pt. Cole, master, will ponitively tail as above, her regular day. Having very superior accommodations Tor rabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers, persons intending to embark should make early application'to iheaubscriber JOSKPH McMURRAY, aiiTC r _ __ |n? Pines'.cornerofSonth. XJUfi- FOR LIVERPOOL?Packet l#th September.? mWfWTK* new splendid packet ship Qi'KKN OK THK .WiALu r.sr. Philip Woodhonse, masier, 1250 tona, will ail mi li-r regular day, the IGtli Sept. Koi ireicht or passage, having accomodations unequalled for eWauce and Comfort, apply ou hoard, weat aide Barling lip. at to woodiiull It MTNTURnS, 7 South at. The fine psilctahip Rochester, Captain John Britton, 800 t<:u?, will succeed the Queen of the W?t, and sail on her regular day, 7?th October air FOR liUADALOUPK.?The very superior conP*'f|?'ened and cop|<er>'d French ship OUSTAVK JpUlfai^npi ARU.Capt. Negret. She has very comfortable ?ceomm?d*tiona for passengers. For freight or passage apply to anlJee ? Tnntine IS.oldiug, cor. Wall and Water st?. E NE NE1 f?5fr FIRST PACKET FOR LIVEROOL-To uil 0,1 of AiijuiJ ?The very fane tailing and faJmimr vont* Packet ship SOUTH KIINKR, Capt. T. D. Palmer, will tail punctually as above, her regular day. The accommodations of this ship for cahin, second cabin and Steerage paaseugers are very superior, and those about going to the old country would do well to inspect the accommodations of this ship beforeengaging: elsewhere. The price of pasnage lieing very low. Those wishing to secure berths should make early applicatiou ou board foot of Hurling slip, or to W. & J. T. TAl'SCOTT, <3 Peck Slip, cor South street. Persons wishing to semi for their friends to conw oat in this favorite packet or any of the line, cau do ?o on favorable term*, and those wishing to remit money can have draft* payable on demand, without discount or any other charge, in all the poit towns of r.nglaiid, Ireland, Scotland and Wale*, on application a> abore. it r old 11 lack ball link of packets.? MEflV Packet of the lit September for Liverpool?The fast jHkMMMs^>li'<X packet ship COLUMBUS, Captain Cole, will l>e despatched a* above her regular day. Those wishing to secure berths will require to make early application to john hkkdman, 61 South street, near Wall >t. Passage from Liverpool ean as usual he secured, in any of the packet ships sailing weekly, anp drafts furnished for any amount payable at the National and Provincial Bank of Ireland and Branches, and Messrs. J. Butt, Son It Co., Bankers, London; Kichnnye and Discount Bank, Liverpool, and Branches, throughout hnglaud and Wales, Oreeuock Banking Co., ami Rastern Bank of Scotland and Branches. For further particuars apply as above. au 23 r JtJHP- KOK HULL, KNGLAND-A lirst class Amen". .1 ,w.?, - JSiE9kHM)f light freight, if immediate amplication is made to \VoODllULL Si SllNTURNS, a 15r 87 South street. KOR MARSF.ILLES?Packet for 1st September? The ship HENRY THOMPSON. Cant. Sylvester. MilfiB Api>ly to 8. BROO.\f 81 CO., or to BOYD & HINCKEN, Brokers, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, an24 r corner Wall and Water stn*ets. tiEE- l'A<'KKT FOR IIAVKK?Second Line Tim MHtVVsliip UTICA, Frederick Hewitt, master, will tail on MwBfcthe 1st ol' September. BOYD St HINCKEN, 9 Tontine Buildings, au29r comer Wall and Water streets. AjS? FOR NEW ORLEANS?Star Line?Firit reguMR3MPVlar packet ship with desiiatch?The splendid, well jKMNteknown packet ship F It AN k'LIN, Gapt. Kennedy, will sail as above without delay. She lias splendid acconynoa&tioni for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers, who will be taken at the very lowest rates. Those desirous of securiug births would do well to make early application ou board the snip, foot of Irne street, or to JOSEPH McMl/RRAY, aulO ec 100 Piue street. PASSAGE FORNEW OllLKANS-Positivelv first MrjMfV Packet?The splendid well known fast sailing packet ship DAMASCUS, Captain Bliss, will positively sail as above, her regular day. '1 liis packet has splendid accommodations for rabin, second cabin and steerage passengers. Those wishing to secure berths should not tail t? make early application on board, foot of Jones' lane, or to VV. & J. T. TArSCOTT, 43 Peck slip, au29r corner South street. "jjjgg- FOR NEW ORLEANS?FirTt Packet 8hiresuperior fast sailing shin NIAGARA, Captain ^MKiColi'. will positively sail on Friday, 1st August. ? This superior ship lias unsurpassed accommodation for cabin, 2nd cabin, and steerage passengers, and only require* to be enaminstil in nnlfr fn i>nmm.in<l a iir?>iV>reiir?< Vnr lUfiiiiL'C aitltlv ou board the pier 14 East River, or to JOHN HERDMAN, CI South at, uear Wall st. N. B.?The subscriber will despath lirst class ships weekly for New Orleans an (I Mobile during the lull and winter,and the passage will be at the very lowest rates. auJOr 14*- FOR NEW ORLEANS. Louisiana and ktnWPv New York Line?Regular packet?To succeed the jpHHflfaLouisa. The fast sailing packet ship HUNTSV ILLh, Capt. O. R Murolofd, will sail as above. For freight or passage, having handsome furnished accommodations apply on board, at Orleans wharf foot of Wall street, or to E K. COLLINS & CO., J6 South st. Agents in New Orleans, Hulin 8c Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain C Hillard, mil succeed the Huntaville. an2l r NEW A RRANOEMKNT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. aa REGULAR MAIL LINE-FORPROgSUS.V|pEN( E AND BOSTON, via. STONiviaw AND NEWPORT?Comimsed of the following superior steamers, running in connection with the Stonington and Boston and Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Conutock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRA< JAN SETT. moheoan. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays eicepted) from Tier No. I, Battery I'btce, N. River, at 5 P. al. arran<jements. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stonington and Newport, and Friday for Stonington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stonington, and Saturday for Stonington, New|>ort an?l Providence. Passengers, ou the arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will be immediately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Can or the Itailroail to rrovidence and Boston, anil il lor Newport will proceed in the steamer Mohegan (in lawrior order) from theuc* at C o'clock the following morning, thui gi\ iiir ihetn an UpMHto of a night's rest M tOM til* ilmmer Massarhusetls or Rhode liland, anil then breakfast ou boaril the Mohegan. The above ste.uners have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfoit and security of pa.iseugers, and not surpaesed by any iu the United States. Kor passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, apply on board, at north aide of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths ?ui be secured on board, or at the office of HARNDEN St CO., No. S Wall street Tj^On and after the 10th inst, freight will not be received and forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. m'J 6m m -Min M PEOPLE'S :LINE OF STEAMBOATS ^^^J3?FOR ALBANY-Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.wr hTUt Through direct?From the steamboat pier between Courtlaiidt and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. The steamboat KNICKERBOCrfER.Capt. A. P. St. John, will leave Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at seven o'clock. Man. Link. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainard, will leave Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, afternoon, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Truesdell, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. Passengers taking this Line of Boats will invariably arrive Mn Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with nee* And elegant State Rooms, and for s|*wd and accoinmodatio , are uurivvlled on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultz at the office ou the wharf. au2l r SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE A. !*jJT3?FOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate SEaBBjMajEaLandiugs?From the steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. Leave* Saw Y ork?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, Weil Point, Newburgh, Hampton, Poughkeemie. Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, CaUkill, Hudson, Ooxsackie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain S. R. Roe, ou Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the morniug, Aug. 16. , The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Oorham, on Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug 12. For passage, apply at the office, foot of Barclay street, or oa board. Notice.?All (Jooda, Freight, Baggace. Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kiud of Property, taken, shipiied, or put on board the Boats of litis Line/must be at the risk of the owners of such rrtnrit all 16 T Mi INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSIQ, mfliTION NIGHT LINE FOR ALBANY & ^ tht W THOV?Through Direct, without Lauding? The commodious and substantial stramboat PORTSMOUTH, Capt. O. House, will leave New York from the foot of Barclay stiwt, ou Moutlavs, Wednesdays and Fridays: and will leave Albany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will continue these trips for the season. Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. P. H.?The above boat lias uudtrgune a thorough repair, and is iu irst rate order. an 31 .MfV a* INDEPENDENT OPPOSITION LINE fl. i i fTO AI.BANY, lauding at Coxsackie, kinjEaadBBjK.<lerho(ik and Baltimore? Passage M Cents? Berths 50 Onts?Supper 25 t ents?Forward Deck 25 Cents.? Tli* new and fast sailing steamboat WAVE, ('apt. Vanderbilt, will leave the foot of Robinson street this afternoon, (Thursday, Aup. 31st.) at 5 o'clock. ff. B.?The Wave being of light draft of water, and making but few landing!, passenger* will arrive in Albany itigoo'l time for the Railroads. Kecular days from New York, Tuesday, Thursday and Sv tank) From Albany, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Light freight i than low. au3l It^m .MM HF.VEN O'CLOCK EVENING LINE Q~ ALBANY AND THOY direct, without JCal iuilinthe splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean. will lenve the foot of Court I unit street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Swallow ha* a larife number of state rooms,and for spaed and accommodation! is not surpassed ou the Hudson. mi ft ec .MM Mk REGULAR OPPOSITION FOR BOSCCZ-S&jZSlt TON. via NEWPORT AND rROVIDKNCE?Fare to Boston $2 50; Deck SI 50; uo charge for Berths. Newport and Providence Jl; Deck 50 cts. The fast sailing steamboat CURTIS PF.CK, Captain Wm. H. Peck, leaves Catharine Market slip, East River, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply ou board, or lo A. D. PECK, 205 South at. au5 ltn m 0* NEWARK AND NEW YORK.?Fare ^?^Hi only I2X Centa ?The splendid stcain*r PAS3E^^JBbJE>SA1C. after Juns 5th, will run as follows:? Leave the foot of Barclay street,' New Votk, at 10 A. M., and * P. M. Leaves the foot of Ceotrestrert, Newark, at 7X A. M , and and \% P. M. The accommodations both for paasengers and freight have been greatly improved. Kreight carried at very low rates. jylfl 3m*ee /KM HTATE.N ISLAND FERRY, FOOT ?y-^\-Cw?OF WHITJEHAL.L. ST.-.The m-? mlio.it. Ti W -y 8TATEN ISLANDF.Rand SAMSON will run aa follow* until further notice New York ?. !?, 10, ||, I, I, 3X, J. 6, T. Leave Staten lalaud R, 9, 10, II, I, 2, 4, J, 8, 7. Leave New York ami Staten l.land every hour an Sunday. St.\ten l.land Ferry?foot of Whitehall utrert toTliftou direct. The ftenmHoat Hcrcule. will leave New York] P. M.? Clifton, J P- M. on Sunday, July 10th. P. S.?K-.or.iou to Kort Hamilton, Sunday. ercepted.? Leave Fori Hamilton 7X A. M., rrturuiug from New York, IS I' M. jll r .mm ja| NEW ARRANGEMENT FOR A. SHREWSBURY?Long Branch Sandy X-_.-JBLjK.Hook, Ocean Hoitteand Eaton towa Landing. The new rtii'ijnhoat SHREWSBURY, Captain John r. Corliea. will now nin at follow*, on and after 1'hur.day, 27th mat :?leaving New York, from the foot ?f llohin?on .tree], erery Tue.day, Thiiriday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Eatontowu Landing on Monday, Wednesday and Fridar, at JO o'clock, A. M. The Hhrewihnry will mn u .bova, weather permitting, nntil further notice. All baggage at the riak of the owner.. Fare 37^4 cent*. N. B.?Stage. will he in attendance to convey paMenger. from the afomaid landing place* to any part of the county re 1 MI ?? .KomMlnlik | m iw nnivTTiwy win u" w ' t T"" - jf jji smBse^rnKsssss^ssagessiBSBsm W YO W YORK, FRIDAY MORf MCLA PULLEN&COPP smpx Jem* -^PST No. 3 Wall-*t reef, NKVV VORK, ALBANY. TIIOY A M) MOS'TlU*. 1 KXPRKSS. ? , Mejin. I lam den St ("o. having disposed of their rout# fronv NewtYerlc to Albany ami Troy, the subscriber*, flu* old con- ' ductors of IUrmleu kCo1i Northern Ex|?rftts, from New Y ork i will continue t*? run. aw heretofore, leaving New York. Albany I and Troy Daily, anu connect at Troy with Jacobs1 Montreal ' Kiprets, and will forward 8i>ecie, Bank Notes. Packages, Bun- 1 dltu, < 'mm ofOoods, (Sir. to any place b?tw>-eii N'ev York and 1 Montrejl, and throughout tin- Canada's Also Ka?t from Troy I aiul Albaf y to Button, and Went from Albany to Buffalo. All business entni?te4 to their charge will be promptly *t- 1 tended to. Particular attention will be |>aid to the collection of i notes, drafts, acceptances, Stc. and prompt returns made for tint tame. PULLEN Si COPP. OHice?? Pnllen St Coop, 3 Wall street. New York. Tho* Gondii, 15 Kxchauge, Albany. A. Cf. Kilklus, 228 River street, Troy. S.Jacob's Exchange Court, St Paul's St. Montreal. REFERENCES. Nkw York. Ai.hanv. Trot. ' Prime, Ward & King, R. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little ik Co.. Tlioi. Oouxh. P. Wells; < Joliu T. Smith St Co. S K Stow, Pepoon & Hoffman, C.S Dougta's, Carpenter St Vermilye, K. Leake. J Houghton St Co. Drew. Hobinson St Co. a 19r . M. 5 BALLifRO.'S * 1 CHARLESTON. SAVANNAH, MILLF.DOF.V1LLE, ? MACON, COLUMBUS & FLORIDA ' gygl/g- fACKAOE EXPRESS. ?&?& < Messrs. M. S. BALL StCO.will receire Specie, BknK Notes, Bundles, Samples, Packages and < sses of (mods, afi forward Ihetn bv theii Eipress. to and from Charleston, K.iwuju.ih, Milledgeville Macon, anil all the way stations on the Central Hailroad. Also, by the steimbo.it St. Matthews, Cap'iin McNelty, on her regular trips to and from Darieu, Brunswick, St. Mary s, Black Creek, Picolatta and I'alatka. M. S. Ball St Co. will Ijay particular attention to the purchase i ol uoous, collecting anil paying Vrain, notes ana Bills, and llie transaction of any and all kinds of business, at any of the < above named places. Tlipy will also forward Goods and Mer- . cliandile to aujM',irt of tlie United States, which may be sent j to their care. They intend to nut 011 teams to run regularly ( through from Macon to Columbus, under their own charge, to . carry all kinds ot merchandize, with all reasouabl* dispatch J and safety, oil the 1st of October next. Messrs M. S. B. Ik. Co. having made arrangements with the , Central Railroad Company of Georgia, for au apartment under , their own lock, and with a Messenger always in cliarge, offer , superior advantages for the prompt and safe conveyance of all , valuable articles that may be entrusted to '.heir care. , Merchants, Maulers, and others, desirous of receiving their , Goods with iiroinpt dispatch, will tiud it advantageous to direct ] to them. IfT" Office at Savannah, 153 Bay street; MacoiuWashington Half; M. S. Ball it Co , Milledgeville; Agent at Imarleston, S. . C., A. Head, U5 East Bay; S. Phithrick, Agent receiving and forwarding goods and merchandize at Stvannali. , M.S. B. & (.o. will advance cash for all freight! oil goods sent to their cliarge. Charges no more than tha ordinary way of obtaining goods. au2il I m in FOR BUKKALO AND ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. aa i ASSOCIATION PAfiSj&E CTFFICE TO ALBANY. ' Utica $2 00 Rochester, $:i 00 i Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 50 Oswego, 2 25 Up. and Lower Canada 5 50 i By the fast liue to Buffalo and found, $8 00. For pu5oge apply to Sr. L. RAY, au24 3m m 9S Barclay street, Nevr York. SUMMER AKRANGEMENT" NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAl .hOAD LINE DIRECT. Via Nkwark, Newbrukswick, Princeton, Trenton, BORDKNTOWN AnB Bt'RLINIiTOV. fHiiouGjnsj six HTTITU. Leaviug New York daily from the foot of Courtlandt st. Morning Line at 8 A. M.?Mail Pilot Liue at \\ P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordrutowu, from llwuce by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds; direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without chauge-of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of Courtlandt street, where a commodious steamboat, will be in readiness, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wTnmit being o|>ened by the way Each train is provided with the ladies' use. I Heturiiiug, the lines leave Philadelphia from the Toot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Cainden, at 5 o'clock, P. M. i The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at A. M., and 4 P. M. beiiiK a continuation of the lines from New York. jy28 3m*?c ~PATERSON RAILROAD. FAKE ONLY 21 CENTB. From Paterson to Jersey City. Ob and after Monday, 17th July, (lie cars will leave Paterson OcroT Leave Ntw York. < A.M. 0 A.M. 11% " UH f M. 4 p. m. 4 " . ON SUNDAYS. Leave Paterion Depot. Leave New York. 7* A. M. A. M. 5 P. M. 6 P. M. Transportation cars ply daily (Sundays excepted.) Passengers are advised ta be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlandt street, a lew minutes before the stated hoars of departure. jvlSfim NEW JERSEY KAlLROAD ~\NL) TRANS PORTATION COMPANY fare reduced*to Twenty-five cents. From the foot of Courtlandt street, New York. , (Every day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New Voir. Leave* Newark. . Ar A 4 M At J P M At 7 A M. At lV.' P M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 5*. do. 5K do. 10* do. 70 do. 6>, do. 9j? do 8 do. ON 9UNDAYB. From the foot of Conrtlandt street. Leave* New York. Leaves Newark. At 9 A. M. and \\ P. M. At I2K P. M. and !?? P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave* New York. Leaves Elizabeth Town At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7W A. M. 3% P. M. 9 do. 4 do. do. 7 do. ( 11 do. 4 hi do. 10 do. 9* do. 5)4 do. 12 do. The trains for Westfield, Plainfield, Roundbrook, Somerville, 8tc., connect with the 9 A. M., and P. M. ; trains 1 from New York daily. Sundays excepted. Fare between New York and Klizabeth Town 25 eenti. I Fare between do. and Somerville, 75 cents. NEW YORK AND RAHiVAY. Leaves New York. Leaves Railway. At * A.M. At 3 P.M. At 7 A.M. At 3 P.M. 9 do. 4 do. 8 do. 6* doll do. 4* do. 9W do. 9 do. 6? do. llKdo. NEW YORIC AND NEW BRUNSWICK. From foot of Conrtlandt street, New York, daily. Leavns New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At 6 A.M. At IIV A.M. 5? do. 7K do. 1)6 P. M. 1 ON SUNDAYS. Leaves New York. Leave* New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and IX P. M. At 11* A M? and.8* P. M. Fare, except in the Philadelphia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. 50 cents. Between New York and Rahway, 25 cents. Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, receive a ferry ticket gratis. Ticket* are received by the conductor only on the day when purchased. au!9 r HOCKAWAY ANlT NKW ~YORK STAOE?Will run as follows on and after 13th in*t. Leave Rockaway at 8 A. M., lor New \ nrk. returning leave the Waverly House, Broadway, at 3J* r. M. for Rockaway, hy way of South Ferry Passenger* leaving their name* at MO Pearl street, will be pnnc-. tually called for by HENRY cbNKLIN, au.'i lm*r Proprietor M ~FOB SALE OR TO RENT-?The PRKMIUM MILLS, with II or 15 run of stones, with all of its e?. tLtfl'?L<eiisive machinery, situated near two milet from New Rortu'lle, Westchester county, and State of New York, and in immediate proximity to the cily of New York, now in order fur an extensive business ill flour, anil can grind and pack 100 to 150 barrels each day, or could be most advantageously employed for any other purpose which might require extensive water power. 1 The reputation for the past 35 years enjoyed by the Premium Mills, and their proximity to New York, wilii the facility of transportation afforded immediately adjacent, bv way of the naviLMiion iiirecc 10 in** .vim* ironi any i?on, minrr i?r facilities lor business uiirtceptiouablo to those desiring such an ealablishmem. Api'ly t? HK.NRV PARTRIDOE KK.LI.IHM>. Km, New Roi lM'llr, N. V., Kellogg'* Villc, or to HILAM \VOOI> K.*q. 59 Broad street, New * ork. ' Nnr ItarMlf. Aii|tiH93, IHIS. an28 2w*r Aal MONTGOMERY HAI.L, MONTGOMERY, JmTW ALA.?The proprietor* of thin establishment, *o favoXJJLmIiU known to tin- travelling public, on the grrat thoroughfare between Charleston and Mobile, are determined to

maintain the hiph reputation for comfort and liberality of arrangement which it haa no Ion*, and tliey trnst, not iwils ervedly enjoyed. The buildings, which are very stncion* and conveniently ?rrauged, hare been thoroughly repaired, and the bed rooma both double and single, have been refurnished with n'w beds and bedding, alio, with every necessary article for comfort and conaciiieuce. The parlor*, both public and private, are larje, airy, and elegaatly lumished. Trias* facilitiea. with careful and attentive servanta, a cellar well atocked with ehoica old wines, a table anpplied with every luxury that tlie season and market can afford, and the firin determination of the proprietor! to omit nothing that will tend to the satisfaction of their guests, tfill, they trust, enaore them tlie favorable attention of the travelling public. An omnibus will, at all time*, be in readiness ro convey |>a*s?nger* I mm the Railroad , and steamboat* to the house, free of charge. Montgomery, June 7, 1813. W. TILLEY St OO. au!9 6m r ~ KOR SALE OR EXCHA NO E KO R CIT V I'UOJImB PK.RTV?A small Karm of about sittern acres, in the jMflLhigheat itate of cultivation, situated but live mile* from , the Hoboken Kerry, leading to the city of New York. This Property haa on it an excellent 2}? *torv dwelling home, JJ by i i'j, built iu the moil approved style of tha Htale, with outbuilding* and all other convenience* to mike it suitable for a tradesman's residence wishing to retire from the hnntle of the city, I and yet be able, within an hour'* drive, to viiit hi* conuting i home, a* two stage* pas* tlie house night and morning. It ia also *uitable to tlie market gardner or small farmer, at the same time taking hoarders from the city. B-it above all thi*, what a situation for a roadside tavern, which it ha* been known a* tha St. John'* Hall, being *ituated between lloboken and lUckcmack, embracing the whole of that great tratie that paase* those rd.u'e* to the interior of boUi those state*. New Vork and I [New 'Jtraey. 'I'lie said ! arm will be aold cheap, t?ve i>r*?wt proprietor living hujiuest in England. i N.B?There is iibout ?i? aerea of f\r?t rate pot itoea; Mao i fire acre* of buckwheat; a quantity of yonntr fruit tree*, kc., i all in a llouriiliinf condition. Application to be mailt to Mr. I WM McDONNM.L, Auctioneer, 171 Chatham apart, K?w I York. If more convenient, a portion of the pntchaan money may re- j main on bond and mortgage. aw< lm*rc I - BOOT AND SHOE STORK. JOHN KK.AUY rraiirctlully mlorma hia friemla and the iTublic. that he haa cnmmmrnl biuincn in tha abort I line, at No. 90 Naaaan (treat. where h? will thaiikiully rrceirr and faithfully execute, all ordera he may be laroird with on thr 1 II moat rea?ouabl? terma for cuh JyMr . RK H flNG, SEPTEMBER 1, 1 PHI LAL)E LPH1 AD AG U KR R LOT YPE ESTABLISHMENT EXCHANGE BUILDING, ROOMS 26 fc?T. rPHE Subscriber?, liiviiig procured tl?e Atrency for the of I VOIOTANDEIl'g DAOl KRRKOTYPK APPA11A TU8, constructed according to Pr>fe*sor Perz?al'a calibration liave fin hand .1 larne .isnortment of these Apparatus, and artists u well a* amateur* n(? their art, wishing t? procure a good apparatus, will I'uid it to their advantage to procure instruments >f this construction. They also have litefy imported a large juantity of Uerm.m and French plate*, aim all th?" chemicals used in their art, which they warrant in every respect, ha they ire made to their order. Policlinic suhnUiiCM, and morocco lases, and all neceasary materials are sold on the most reason- j ?nte terms. i ne Allowing geuilemeu nave agreeu 10 act as i their agenta, viz:? E. Yvhite^ Esq., 175 Broadway, N. Y.! P. Hass, Rf|.,W ashington, D. C. Dr. A. Caapari, Richmond. Va. P. Laurens, Ksi|n Savannah, On. William West, Esq. Cincinnati. Ohio. All communication* (post |>.?id) anil orileri, accompanied with remittance!, will be promptly attended to, and ahould be iirecte.1 to VV 4 K. LANGKNHKIM, je I 3m*r Kschange Building. I'hila WATCHES.?1The larn<-*t and moat splendid assortment ol Watches in the city, is to he found at the subscriber's.? \* he ia constantly receiving all descriptions of Gold and Silrer Watches, of the newest styles, direct from the manufac:urers, in Knglaiid, France, and Switzerland, he ii enabled to jffer a larger assortment, and at much less prices, at retail, th;\n my other house in the city. Gold watches as low as $21) Co SZ'i ach. Watches and jewellery eiciianged or bought. All watches warranted to keep good time, or the money returned. Watches, clocks and jewellery reimired ill the best manner, ted warranted lower than at any other place ill the city O. C. ALLEN, importer of watches and jewellery, B lm*ec Wholesale and retail. 3(1 Wall street, up stairs Tin i7E dstates TEA EMPORIUM, 121 late 121) Cluitham xtreet, New York And 116 Kultou street, Brooklyn. Aiiencr, 318 Bli.kckkr Sthkf.t, W H O L E S A L E A N I) 11 ETAIL, rPHE CANTON TEA < OMPANV continue, to offer for A sale new and fragrant Teas of every variety and style.? rheir assortment specially includes the most delicious and [Kiwerful grades of Green anil Black. Every package bears the itamp of neatness and elegtnce, and the Teas therein are so thorougblv secuted from lijtht and air, that their quality and |H>wer will remain unimpaired in any climate. Their system uf prosecuting business is, perhaps, scarcely to he excelled. It is founded upon the utmost regard to the rights ol the customer, esiiecially with nwpect to weight and quality, and unriralled chea)ineas. All purchasers are called upon to return any irticles which fail to grve them the utmost satisfaction^ which the money w ill lie cheerfully and promptly refunded. Country merchants, public establishments, heads of families, and shi|iinasters will lind it a decided advantage to supply themselves Irom this establishment. OKKVlur, Java Cokkki: roasted every day. promptitude and despatch. u / The only warehouse iu America for the sale of Honjua's celebrated Black Tea. j29 Im*m ~ TIIE INDIA TEA COMPANY. 188 Canal strkkt, New York. ENCOUHAt JED by the satisfaction given since the opening of their establishment reb|iectfully invite the attention of mer;hants and families to their ample stock of superior Teas and Coffee, purchased for cash, by oua of the firm, long ex|<erienced in the trade, and for years au inspector of Teas imported by the [Cast India l'ea Company, of London. They confidently recoin mend them, not only as the bejit in quality, but as cheaper, fro 10 to 15 ixtr cent than c iu be had else>vhen\ All orderspromptl ind faithfully executed. au8 lin*m SECAK.3. "There's a delight in smoking, None but smokers know." The saying is true, when ye know where to find A segar that possesses the quality rare Of enlireuing the spirits and cheering the mind. And enables the smoker to pulf away care. This luxury always your sure to obtain, If oil SKIaAS iu Maiden Lane promptly you call; If you visit him once, )ou will do so again, For he gives satisfaction and pleasure to all. His Segars are the choicest, most exquisite brands, By a competent agent selected with care, Direct from Havana, by special commands. And none in the city with his can compare. His Colburn, Hegalias, La Normas, and Stan, Noriegas, Trabucas, Victories pure ; Princi|>e, Eiperanzas, Imperial Segars, The best in the country that you can procure. Cassadoras. La Normas, and Congress beside, His Dos Comparieros and exquisite brand, With others that have comjietition defied, For his customers, SEIAAS ins always on hand. In order to secure a continuance of the approbation and custom with which SEIXAohas been so long favored, he has engaged a stiecial and comjient agent ill Havana, to select the Tobacco l id sui>eriiiteiid the making of all segars that he imports; consequently, he can warrant all sold by him to be genuine. His stock on hand is more extensive and superior to that of any similar establishment. ..... .. Ileineiiiber the Number, 3 MAIDEN LANE, Howards Hotel. au23 lm*r SKUAIIS. TUIlAirO. SlMiAll St. COFFh K. Cf\ JUST RECEIVED, of the celebrated Lord Byt)U}VJV/VJ ron brwjd, consisting of liegalias and medium sue Segars. 32,000 of the Florida brand, do do do. 2U,oun Low price Havauas, do do do. It Bales of (iuisa Tobacco. 8 Bales of Havana do. 6 ('.we* of Free Labor St. .f.ito White Sugar. 12 Bags of superior do Coffee. For sale by A. A. SAMANOS, ail 17 lm?r No. 6 Wall st and 289 Broadway. FOKKICiN WINES AND L1QUOI18, No. 33i? Ann street, New York. rPHE advertiser has for sale the following choice importaJ rions of the very best quality, viz :? Old French Brandy in cask and bottle " Holland Gin " " " " " Hamburgh " " (imported in 1800) " Madeira Wine in pilaw and bottle ". Sherry, Muscat, Bordeaux, Marseilles " " Cataloui, Port, &c. Invalids and others will find pure liquors unadulterated as shove?No. Ann st. *a!9 lm*m QNUFF, CIO Alls AND TOBACCO?Just received per recent arrivals, an importation of choice foreign Snuff*, consisting of Lund/' Foot's Irish high toast;high dried Welch, llardham's, No. J7, Violet Str.isburg, Morton's mixture, Prince Albert do, Coiienhageii, etc; together with a large assortment jf domestic siiulfs of tile subscriber's manufacture. On hand a prime lot of Havana t 'igars, "Moriega,"' "La Norma,'' "Hegalia," "Panetela," etc. t ' l: 1. r .L i u?.?.l. t.,?l;.i. Oerinan, (4 qualities) Hcalarlatti, and Spanish smoking tobaccos;Dutch and English clay pipe?;Ji>'ies'Royal patent matches; igar (Mi tulies; fancy HIM) snuff hours, anil every article tppertaiuiiig lo a well stocked tobacconist's establishment, for tale at wholesale and retail by MRS. O. NEWCOMBE k SON, au 21 lm?ec No. 1 Wall st. KUR SALfc, A T 0. H. DARLING'S. 7l>i Maiden lane and 5 Liberty street, the c!iea|>est and nest selected stock of FRENCH, ENGLISH U GERMAN FANCY GOODS, Consisting of Needles, t ombs, Cutlery, Pins. Brushes, Jewelry, Hooks and Eyes, Perfumery, Steel I'eus, Tlated Thimbles, Razors, Strops, Ice. With ill other articles included in the above line. ('. H. 0. would state for the benefit of Country Marchillts, Pedlars and others, who may please to call, that all goods iu the ibove line will be sold on the most favorable terms. . au24 I in * r DWILHKI.MS, No. 2:11 Broadwsy, opposite the Fouutoin, has received a large supply ol Goods, which he olfen wholesale, and retail, at very reascnaule prices? Berlin, /ephir, worsted, German, car|iet and shaded Worsted Kmbroidery Pattern, a beautiful selection Canvass ol every description Worsted, Silk, Cotton, Gold and Silver, Embroidenee, Trim ming and Flower making Chenille Kloss and Purse Silk, plain and shaded Artificial Flowers ami Feathers A. great variety of cast iron Work Perfumery, to be sold in packages from M to X gross, at very low prices , Fancy Note Papers, Wafers and Envelope*, together with a large assortment of fancy articles, Ciloves, Work and Segar Cases Rings and Tassels for purse*. ?nlt lm'ec U. M. PEYSER, te CO., vro. 110 William street, corner of John street, and <37 Broadi-^ way have received, by recent arrivals, an exteusive supply of the following FANCY GOOl)Slwhich were carefully selected by a coin|>et/ut person at Paris, Betlin, See., and which they ofTer for sale. In wholesale and retail, ou liberal terms, Berlin Zephyr and German Worsted?the most complete assortment. Berlin F.mbroidery Patterns?a choice selection. Canvass for Umbroidary, of cotton, worsted, lines, silk, gold ind silver, of all widths and qualities. Silk Chenille, for embroidery, trimming anil flower making l'urse Twist, (Jerman, French and English, plain and shaded, in skeins, sticks, and on spools. Floss Silk for Embroidery and Fringe makers, in skeins and 9D spools. Suspenders, su|?rbly embroidered, and Suspender Trimmings. Oold, Silver ami Steel Beads, in *11 No*. Mother of Pearl, Gold, Silver and Steel Purse Ornaments. (?nld and Silver Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twist, Thread and Tassels. Embroidery Frames, and * variety of different Fancy Article*. Artificial Flower*?* choice (election. Fringes, ol" cotton, worsted and lilk, imported and domestic Gimps, Tassels, Buttons aud all oilier kind of trimming. jy 17 Im'ec < J. SOttlA'S CHEAP DYEING ESTABLISHMENT. Mil. SOW A Kegs leave re:M<ecifully to inform his friends and 1 the public in general that owing to the depressed ?t?te of lie limes, he has reduced Ins price 25 |ier cent below the regu> lar charges. I.lilies wishing their summer dresses, shawls, fcc. dved or | |irrs?.-d. will lind it much to their advantage by paying fiim a . risit. Oentleineu will also do w?JI to call Willi such articles if wearing apparel u may oetd dyeing or pressing. All orders I will be punctually attended to, and the article* done up in the i liest style at Soria's establishment, No. 490 Pearl st. His nranches are at No 257 Bleecker St., No lit* Bowery, and tt J?7 Grand st. Also a brunch at 49 Fulton st. Brooklyn, and it Newark, N. J., corner of Broad st, and Washington I lace. | Menh-uiis c*n have all kinds of goods dyed and put up iu | !h?i r original foiins, and on moderate terms. nincipal office 490 Ftarl st. antl 3n*ec PBMALB MOfn HLY PILLS. ILfADAMK ()0?1 r.liMI-Female Periodical Pills?Guar- , .uiteed in every oe?-w? v1 j Monthly periods have hecome irregular from colds, ><c Their certainty of action has 1 long l>een acknowledged by the medical profession, and bun- I ilreds that have uselessly tried various boasted remedies. Care ( is sometimes necessary to their use ; though the , contain no medicine detrimental to the constitution. Advice given gratis 1 to all those sv ho ose the Pills, bv Madame Costello. 31 Lispe- I nard street, between Walktr and Canal, where the Pills are sold Price $1 |ier bo*. au29 lm*m \i \<.\etism applieiTto dTseasb vi*. john i HON, who has been esjwri men ting for tlie last few years, in almost every part of the United States, upon the subject of | Animal Magnetism, announces to his nuuierous friends that lie , las taken an otfi. e st 119 ( hamliers streetv New Y ork, where he ^ will apply till* ?ifi"iit tf> till- removal ol Almost every class ul iliscsae aud effect, as he belioej, a si>eedy cure, as Im has already done in several hundred of instances. 1 !? will also make fnmiMtioiil by aid of * clairvoyant, who will examine the lature ol' any disease, au?l pmcribe a remedy whita under the magnetic influence. Those who have diseases of lonir standing. anil h ive been tmrted by physicians to no purpose, am invited to call at any i iour of the it ly. Terms reasonable. an?)>lw*m t r KKCIIKS! i.KECHKS : ! LKKCHfcS ! ! !?vIO.OM largv I i s <1 lie.il i by Swedish and Oerman Loi-hes, just recti red ind 1 '.000 Iwediah aud (Jerimn leeches daily eiprcted, pet Wash in/ton and Howard, from Hamburg, for sale at the low lit mi el price at <>. A. k. H. WI^VK, ?ui< im'r Importers of Leec.bes, lift P?*rlif N Y [ERA] 843. Newport, It. I. [Corr?!?|iondrnce of the Heral.l.] Offick of thk Rhook Isi.andkk, ) Newport,R I., An? 30. > \ Yellow Fever?Srhr. Vanda. , The schooner Vanda, Captain fr'hute, from New I York for Boston, put into this port to land u sick man, and anchored between Fort Adam* and Goat J Island. The captain put the sick man into his boat < and brought him to the wharf, and then wrnt to the ' Custom House to get an order for the Hospital phy 1 siciun to visit him, and a permit to land him if the { physician thought pioper. Before the physician got i down, the captain was informed by a Custom 11 >use 1 officer that he had made himself liable to a penalty for bringing the man ashore without a |>ermit; to which he replied, there was no danger of contagion. The officer told him he could not make the people of Newpott believe that, as they were well acquainted with all the circumstances connected with his ves sel while at New York. The captain then instantly jumped into his boat and pulled ofT; and though he was called to, and told that the physician was coming down to the wharf, and ought to see the sick man, he would not return, but pulled the harder, got ' on board his schooner, ai.d immediately put out to sea again. I The U. S ship Independence, Com. Stewart, has also arrived here from a cruise on the coast. formnioiiin. [Corre*i>oud?nce o( Die Hi-rald.J Portsmouth, Aug. 2!>, 1843. Tyler Rrform?lltmovalt and Appointments ?Transformation of an Aristocrat? OJfUee?Office Holders ami Office Setkcrs ?Plagiarism by a Clergyman? Visitors aiul Hotel JCceptts. My Dbak Herami : ? When, a long time ago, I sent a letter to you, I had hopes that it would incite others here to do the same, and save tne from the labor of a further correspondence. But I fine,' no such good efl jet resulting from that letter. 1 am, therefore, in a manner, compelled again to take up the pen. Since my last, the Tyler reform h?s reached this town. Colonel fcherburne, the collector, has been routed from his office, with all his underlings, and l George Dennett has been appointed to fill hia place. I I look on this with the utmost complacency, for when no man is put into office for any peculiar honesty or competency, and excluded for no lack of the same; when as now and tor years past, favoritism and partyalone regulates appointments,! care not who wins. This Col. Sherburne was a distinguished partisan of whiggery in the great champaign of 1840 ? Always on hand, his motto was, " Let those work now, who never worked before and his head and his limbs were always busy, It would have amused you to have seen lain. An aristocrat looking with contempt upon the working man, he straighted the curl upon his lip, became suddenlyone of the people, mixed wi h them without reserve, and became quite popular among the verdant ones. "The world re niirked tlir- wondrous cliange," and tne Knowing *nes waited patiently for the result. Col Sherburne nude no speeches, because he couldn't, but he spent his money; b sides he was not too big for his breeches, und he thought he was setting quite popular. Well, Old Tip w is elecud, anil the Colonel wanted the naval agency That was worth two or three thousand a year, and was an office woilhy of him. Should not the lion ha/e the largest share 1 Gen. Upham roi the offic , though. He next tried his hand for the post office. Th*t, however, was giveu to another?a knight of the shears and needle. Baulked, but not defeated, the worthy Colonel then set himself to work for the collectorehip. This was worth scarcely five hundred a yeBr; but then, said he, " haif a loaf," &c. Well, be got it. Yes, Col Sherburne got the custom houee And now being a man of authority, having servants under him, he 1 said to them ail, go, and they went. There was a j mighty scramble for these si'uitions?a hundred hungry office seekers wer<* disappointed, and a do- ' zen were gratified. The alFurs of the Custom ' House under the brilliant administration of Col 1 Sherburne, went ou swunminglv; but alas, how 1 -hurt was his reign. He and his lollowers are out. 1 Of his successors I can only buy that they have been ' rabid, unreasonable locofocos, agrarians, oppoter* 1 of the election of John Tyler?most of them too ' lazy to work; and it is a mystery how they have succeeded in imposing upon the present administration. liut enough of this. ' 1 happened to step into the North Church last H Sunday morning. A (me utile man m Rufus W. 1 Clarke, the Pastor ol that Church. Deservedly " popular, he lias acquired a strong hold upon the at- * lections ol hi* |>eople. No doubt lie will be the ^ means of saving many souls. On this occasion the *' Reverend Mr.Thompson, ol New Haven, preached 1 Ilia object was to demolish Millerism. The dm- course 1 recognised to b* the same substantially with the published sermon of Mr. Piminicks? "The end not yet." A pretty good sermon it was Mr Thompson is a man of great pretensions. 1 would recommend him in future to preach his borrowed sermons at home, aud give people ubroad original ones, if possible. Our town haa had considerable company from abroad this summer Pierson, of the Rockingham House put his house in good order in the spring, and he has been well rewarded for it. There is only one fault to be found with him. He has a beautiful house?seta an excellent table, is very attentive to his company, but he will Bell rum. The Washingtonians have given him a touch or two under the short ribs about it, tickling him in a strange manner. To be sure they were vulgar and abusive; but such a good landlord us he isshould not sell rum. Mull in, of the Mansion, does better. I would recommend the Mansioo House to nil travellers who wish to find a quiet home on their travels. Butenough lor this time. Good bye. Jaqukt. Fortification upon thk Pk.xob9c?t Rivbr.? Our readers will recollect, that through the efforts of Hon. Elisha H. Allen, representative toCongress, an appropriation was made by Congress for the erection of fortifications at Bucksport Narrows. There has been some delay in the commencement of operations upon this work, on account of the previous and imperative engagements ol the officers of the Topographical Engineers, but we learn from a letter recently received from Colonel Totten, by a gentleman in this city, that Lieutenant Stevens will proceed at an early day to Bucksport, and enter upon the researches necessary as to the proper site, Ate. to which he has been instructed. Lieutenant Stevens ranks high as a pure-minded man, possess ing great professional skill, and it is hoped that every facility will be afforded him in making the pro|>er selection, and securing at a reasonable rate the necessary domain. Tne protection of this river by fortifications has been too long neglected, and now, that by the untiring exertions of our representative in Congress, an appropriation has been made, ' we have the strongest assurance that it will be commenced, and we trust successfully finished.?Ban tror tVhi/r. , Business Revival.?We are glad to learn that a JJ ravival in mercantile atlViirs has taken place, which we trust will be permanent. Account* from the ^ West Indies and the United S'atea during the past 1 week, havv been the cause of this reaction,and have ' Hiven quite a business aspect to the city. J<arge " luantitiea of property have changed lianas, at im v [ roved rates, as will be teen by ourCominercial R?*. ? port, and there are large orders in the ciiy Irom the ' United States, for fi*h, which it wilJ be diflicult to meet, and which prove that our American neight>ora cannot catch enough for themselves, and tlier?- J? lore cannot do much injnrv to the staple article ol f Provincial Commerce ?Halifax Time*. Some excitement is telt in this Province in con- * sequence of the Canadian authorities claiming ju- 0 risdiction over the upper part of the territory on * Ihc north side of the St. John, which was lately in 11 dispute with the Americana. It seems that ihey ?re selling permits to cut lumber on that part above J Ihe Madawa?kn river, over which this Province 1 has lor some time held jurisdiction. We kn?w 11 not to which Province this belongs, but tear the '' claims of Canada will superaedc those of New '' Hrunswick, as the seitniority of Temiscnuatta was once undoubtedly considered a part of Cana- 9 da. tiowr-ver, the boundary ought to be estab- 1 lished immediately, to avoid further dispute* ? ' Fredrick!on Loyalist. Cum.?The exports from the ports of Havana and Matanzas during the seven months of this year, ( ending oil the 31?t July, amounted in vilue to between fourteen ami fiueen millions of dollar*. 01 u th??? exports there were sent to the United drate* I < 7tt??58 arrobna of Ooflee of 25lt>s. each; 18,h bo*e?of St*ara; 21,328 hhds. of Molasses; ** *' I 11 ii?Toe? of Honey; 148,9W> lb*. of Tobacco; and 1'y | * 9bl boxes of 8egarw. '1 LD. Prlo? Two Cm(* odd fki.'/)vvs ?imi'orta.nt mk?tmo ? grand Pkoccmion ?W> undTxtaod that the annual amnion of the r . W. Grand Lod^e of the United Slates, will be held in this city on th?> third Monday of september ensuing, and that it i* jikcly to b?? one of the most important and interesting meetings of ihe Urder, that has ever convened id this co intry. t"he prop mtions for a thorough reviaion of the work .t ti..> Hr.li.o wki/ih um nntv fhp total aim. iiion of the proxy nyntemf the election of a general Jirector, and other business of importance to the welfare of the Order, will be brought before the neetins for it* consideration The new mid beautiful hall recently erected on Liayistreft, by the Order in thin city, at a cost of nearly $10,000, yvill be dedicated on that day, in an mipixuKK style, by the Grand Sire of the United Siiit> s, on which occasion it is?-xpected that a large number of the in<-m'>ers of the fraternity, from different sectiotiH dI the country, will be present. A procession of the Order in full r*galia, will be formed at nri early hour in the day, and with all the children under the charge of the standing committee on education of ih^ Grand Lodge of Maryland, comprising mure than one hundred in number, at the head of the line, and the Mo*t Worthy Orand Sire, supported by the two oldest Pant Grand Sires now living, with all the officers, representatives, and Past Grand Sires belonging to ihe Grand Lodge of the United States at the close of the same, will proceed to Howard's Park, ne.ir the citv, wh-re addrews from distinguished t.nd eloquent orators will be delivered, and other interesting services performed This beautifulrdifice r^fl-en much credit on the urchitect and builder, Mr William Q, Caldwell, of |L!. J nliUmirvh mu linna tiurut..l/in> annlr ?>1 a# IllSUIty, tSIIU nmiuu^ii we ua*c urn iwiwn. n|nrncu ui it in terms of commendation, the followingdescripion, which we find in the Covenant, will give* beter idea of 11< magnificence : ? " The building itself, which is to be consecrated is a temple devoted to Odd Fellowship, ia truly a. loble and magnificent structure, presenting an imtosing Gothic Iront of fifty feet, with an elevation >f four spacious stories, the whole surmounted with our beautiful oetagon towera, crowned with granite ipires, and the intervening spaces composed of batlementsof the same material, tastefully and skilully dreuse f, and il possible to present a still more incient and imposing app-aMnce to the eye, the viudHwswil! be of stained glass, representing the various emblems of the order. Of the interior of lie building we can make no attempt at descripion, further than to Bay that it containa lour most ipacious working lodge rooms, a suit of apartments or the Library attached to the Grand Lodge of Maryland, tor the Grand Secretary of the Mate, lor he Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of the United States, with a complete fire proof vault, tiuilt under his own immediate direction, sufficiently large to contain an edition of five thousand col>ies of the entire work of the order, together with all the voluminous documents of his office?four convenient committee tooms, and a most splendid hall for the Grand Lodge of the United States, embracing the entire front of fifty feet with a depth of eighty feet, and an elevation of twenty feet from the floor to the celling, which is constructed with reoeding panels, the full length extending to a gallery capable of seatiug two humlred persons. The entire workmanship of this bemmlul chamber is strictly ef the Egyptian order, incladingthe chair and furniture. The walls of this apartm-nt when sufficiently dry, it is contemplated to have painted in fresco."?Baltimore Clipper. Canada Skat op Government.?Having made careful enquiry in well informed quarters, we believe the following may be taken as the exact state at present of the question as to the seat of Government. Five towns have been named as eligible? Queb?c, Montreal, Bytown, Kingston, and Toronto. The three last all ur??* their claims very strongly, but the Colonial Office positively declines to sanction the removal ol the seat of Government to either Toronto or Quebec, both being too far from the centre of the Province. With resp ct to the other three, it is understood thit ihe wishes ol the majority oi the Legislature will be the guide of the Execu'ive. The party at present in the majority have ulways complained very bitterly of ihe holding the sittings of the Legislature so far West as Kingsion. We are not aware that they have expressed iny predilections in tavor of Bytown, and we apirehend thai there can be little doubt that this Parininent will he the last that will ever assemble at Kingston,J and ihat the removal to Montreal will be fleeted at as early a period as possible, ft is much ? rfiri-fitHfl ?.e iliinU. that the Act of Union did not specifically lix ttie sent of Government, and equully so, that the Governor General is not instructed to exerc.se the Iloynl prerogative on hia jwn respon-ibility, andpreveut the re-opening of a vexatious unci irritating question.?Montreal Gat. Arrival or His Excrllkncy iiik Governor JfiivxiiA). at QtriBBC.?Oa Wednesday afternoon, bout hull-past live, the fine Btcamer Montreal, bavag on beard his Excellency the Governor General, rew alongside tlie India wharf, and a few minute* fter, hia Excellency and suite landed. On landing:* iir Charles Metcalfe was received by his Honor the layor and the iiKinbeis of the Cny Council, by the lagistratts in a body, and by Major General Sir ameg Hope and a large and splendidly attired staff, omposed of the officers commanding regiments, tie heads of the Military Department*, and the genral ttufl. A company of the 68'h Light Infantry with the regimental colors) under command of 'uptain Kennedy, composing a guard of honor,were Irawn up <>n one side of the wliarf and presented irms as his Excellency stept on shore ; the band of he sameIregiment immediately struck upthe nalonal anih m,a salute of seventeen guns was fired rom ilie cttad"l, and the dilTf rent ah pj of war at inclior in the river (gaily bedecked in their hoetof . olort-) also fired salutes. The Governor General lavinj; graciously accepted a seat in the Mayor'* larriage, the cortege, preceded by the band, proceeded rn route to the Up|>er Town. his Excellency's reception was very distinguish td. The three regiments lined the streets from the ioor of Payne's Hotel to the edge of the wharf ? The streets were planted with boughs; across the -oad, fl igs of all descriptions waved. At the toot of fountain street, a triumphal arch was erected ot 'vergreens, and adjoining Payne's Hotel, at the earance u.l the Place d'Armes, was another. In "rout of the Hotel a guard of honor of the 81st regiment, with the regimental colors, and the band, were iu readinees to receive His Excellency. The nembers of the Saint George's Society, whose Patron Sir Charles is, were ranged with their banters and insignia, facing the building; the red cross j ik. ? i !,. 'aimer wotru U?CI mo runautr, auu mc vmcia were stationed at either side of it. The Fire Com>anie? were stationed at intervals with their engines within the rio<?, and presented a very imposing dplearance. His Excellency having alighted, an address was i?rese nted him by he Mayor.on behalf of the citizens of Quebec, und by the St. George's Society.?^urbtc Mtrcury. Tuu.ndkr and Hail Storm at P. E. Island ? The neighborhood of Charlottetown was on Kridny visited with one of those devastating forms of hail and thunder of which we teve Men rend, but which it hits been our hawy nt never before to have witnessed in P. E. Island. phe storm commenced about mid-<iny,and appeared o travel from West to Eist. in Charlottetown it 'as but litilf* Mt, but to the northward of the town lie hail storm was dreadful,! devastating in tta proreas almost everything it came in oontant with, .'hy potatoes, in niuay places, were deprived of ticir foliage, leaving nothing but the bare stalka. The rorn is also mu^h injured; apple and cherry re^s were atnpped both ol their frt'it and leave*, nJ in many instances growing apples were aplit /ifh the violence with which they were struck y the hail nones. Much glass waa broken in diluent houses. On the Union Road, Mr. Kryanaton describe* the orni as being truly terrilic; his crop being entirely estroyed, as slso those ot Ins neighbors. The hail II insncli prolusion, that n cart might have been >aded some hours alter thestorm waa over with the ail stones which lay in his yard, many of which ere ol the sire of pulleta' eggs. The sheep and little in the pHsiu-rea were bleating nnd bellowing 'ith terror, but no one dared venture out, to put lem under shelter. The accountH Irom the eastwardsre equally delorable. On both sides of the Hillsborough the evastattng fleets of the storm may be frneed by lie proHir.ition of the grain and garden rro|?; what listince it extruded we have as yet been unable to earn. During the confiunafion of tne storm, ana for k>me hours alter, the lace of the country presented he appearance ol winter. The ground was covef d with hailstones to the depth ol three incliea,aud lig wrehmsion* Arc f Qicrtdiucd In&t thf row overa irattof country several mi!eain extent, ire irretrievably ruined. Within five milea of charlottetown the storm seems to have been comparatively innocueus. Many of the hailstones were f a sqiinrs slispe, measuring in some cases from mir i? ?i* inchfw in circumference. An we wiuu lew with Rie?t violence, nearly every hou?e wiihi the rnn*e of the lempeat hud IMftaaia the 'indow* which looked to the westward 9maahed i ?Cfuir/oUtlown Herald, Ahg. 9.

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