Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 4, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 4, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. iX.wJVo. ?44.?Whol? No. 3454. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily new*paper-pub lislied ovary day of tha year except New Year'* day and i Fourth of July. Price 'J cent* per copy?or %7 W per an- ' rum?postage* paid? caili in ndvance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?publi*h*d every Saturday J morning?price OJ cents per copy, or $3 13 per annum ? t postages paid? c*uh in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Herald i* over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing fust It hai the largest circulation oj any paper in this *ity, or the world, and it, therefore, the be*f channel for bu liners men in the city or country. Price* moderate?caah } n advance. c PRINTING of all kind* executed at tha most moderate 1 pricu), tinii iu the most elegint >ty le > JAM ICS GORDON BENNETT, ri.Ol'UIETOH or TUB flt' ALD EsTABl.MHMlINT, Northwest oorner ol Fulton uud NdMnu street* AHBATa. 1 no tallowing is > list of ajtiuu lor the lieralil, where mlwcriptions wtil b? received, and single numbers ?re found lor tale fioiton, Mast. ... Messrs. Peddin* It Co. Philadelphia, Pa Messrs Ziebei St C? Baltimore, Md Wm Taylor. Washington. D. C Do. Buffalo, N. Y T. 8. Hawks. Now Haven, Conn.. T. H. Pease. Hertford, Cann J. W Judd, Albany, N. V....... . Geo. Jonas. Troy, N. Y Levi WiUard. Lousingburgh, N. Y A Lewis. Newark, N. J D Smith Cutskill. N. Y H R?wh. Peekskill, NY ,T. Monk house. 8ing Sing, N. Y W. A. Stanton. New Onoans.La J.C. Moivuu. Cincinnati. O Robert Cam ah a i. PittuKon, N. J Matthew Dougheity. Rochester, N. Y .A Jones. ? Elizftbethtown, N. J.. ..... Samuel Crane. New Brunswick, N. J.. ... . .William Solomob, 1 Hi. Louis, Mo .Woodward k Mathews. Charlncion, 8 C. Amos Head. Iitt'lson, N. Y G*orn Clara. Augutta,- Ga 8. A. Holmes. Mobile, Ala ,.M Botillemel Poujjhkeepsie, N. Y Levi Smith. Ttonton, N.J . , J. Raunaley. Louisvillo, Ky W. A. Haldeman. Wheeling, Va F. C. Brookman. \ New London,Con.. 8. & O. Roger*. ' Utica.N.Y J.B.Loat. ' Nashville, Term A. Billing'- 1 Hyrac lse, N. Y lames Robertson. c Bridgeport, Ct 9. W. Hatch. * Jackson, Miss J. W. Clark. t Vick??iurg, Miss Mrs. E. A Parker. j New Budlord, Mass A. Robinson. Providence,R. I John Green. "Worcester, Mass L. Thompson. Nantucket. Mass J. P. Hussny. I Oencva, N. Y Win. H. Austin. ' Q&~ Yearly subscription to the Daily Herald, $7 16, ! and lor a shorter period at the same rate. The Weekly > Herald, $3 25. ^a^m i BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL ' STEAM 8HIF8, < Of 1200 tons and 410 horse power each. I Appointed by the Admiralty to sail between Liverpool and Boston, calling at Halifax to land and receive Passeasenger* and Her Majesty's Mails. HIBERNIA. Captain Charlea H. E. Judkins. (CALEDONIA, Captain Edward <>. Lott. ACADIA, Captain Alexander Rvrie, BRITANNIA, Captain Johu Hewitt. Will sail for Boalou via Halifax, From Boston. From Lmi.kfool. Acadi\ Jtyrie, 16tli August. 19th July. 1 llilxmia, Judkins, 1*1 Sept. 4th August. Britannia. Lott, 16th do 19th do These snips carry ex|>erienced surgeons, and are supplied with Frances' Patent Lilt Boats. Passage to Liverpool $180?To Halifax $20. No berths secured until paid for. For passage apply to D. B HI OH AM, Jr.. Agent, au3r No. 3 Wall St., New York. . NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To sail from New York on the 25th and Liverpool on the 13th of each mouth. m, m. -m i- hum New Ship ROSCIITS, Captain John Collins, 25th July. Slkip SIDDO.NS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 25th August. Ship SHKUiDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster. 2.'>th Sept. Ship OAKlllCK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 25tn October. Fuum LivkHrooL. Ship SHKItfDAN/C'apUin F. A. Depeyster, 13th Jnly. Ship GARiMCK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, I3t!i August. Ship HOSCiWS, Captain John Collins, 13th September. Slju> SIDDONS, ( aptain E. B Cobb, 13th October. These ships ire all of the first claaa, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements as combine great speed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every cue lias beeu taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $75. These ship* are commanded by exi<erienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or package* sent by ihem, unless regular bills of lading are signed th-refor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS k CO.. M South st.. New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY fc bo., Liverpool Letters bv the packets will be chanM I2)? cents pet singl sheet ; 50 cents per ounce, and newsp*|iers 1 cent each jyl ec THE ENW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS j|f|? ,New ship QUEEN OF THE WEST, ?}"!) 12M) ton*. Philip P. Woodhou**. i M^y Ship ROCHESTER, 850 tous. < j?!h John Briuou Ship HOTTINOUK.R, 10J0 tons. (J?1!* Ira Bunely, Those substantial, fast tailing. first class ships, all built in the rity of New York, are commanded by nmi of eapenetici* and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 16th ol rach mouth. Their cabin* air rlecant and eommodiou, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passengers. Neither the captains or owneri of iheae ships will be responlible for any parcels or package* sent by them, unless regular bills lading are signed therefor. Kor freight or passage apply to WOODHULL It MINTURN8, 87 South street. New York, or to FIELDKN, BROTHERS k CO., au 9 Liver|x>ol. OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OK KICK, 100 rine street, comer ?if y"uth. jfffr jf& I It r. subscriber hegs leave to call (lie -uie.ition of his iriwius and the public iu general, to the following arrangement* for IIM3, for the purpose of bringing out cabin, ?d cabin, and steerage passengers, by the HeguUr Packets, sailing as follows, vis : From Liverpool, the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 26tli of every month. *' London, the 1st, 10th and 20th In addition to theabove regular lines, a number of splendid New York built transient ships will continue to sail from Liverpool weekly, in regular succession, thereby preventing the least possible delay to passengers oil their arrival in Liverpool. for the arcommoiianon 01 persons wimiiiik 10 n-init money 10 their families or friends, drafts are given, payable at light, on tli? following Uanka, vi7. Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cork, Limerick, Cloiitnel, Londonderry, SIIko, Weaford, Belfast, Waterford, OiltrtTi Armagh, Athlone, Colemin, Bdliiia, Train-, Youghal, Funiskilleii, Monaghan, Banhridg*. Ballytnena, Parsonstown, Downpatrick, I avail, Lurijan, Omagh, Dnngannoii, Bandnti,, Ballyshannon Ntrafiane, Ditngarven, Mallow, Moneymore, Cootchill, kilrnsh. The UUter Bank of Ireland, and njl iti hrauchea. The National do do do. Scotland?"1 lw C ity of Glasgow Bank and all ita branchea aril agencies. Knaland?Messrs. Bpooner, Atwoml V Co. Ban Vera, London, pn\at>le in any; town in Great Britain. For further information (if by letter, rost paid,) apply to JOHKPH MoMURHAV, 100 Pine street, Or to P. W. BYRNES ?c Co. jr. WmvIoo n.'."d' "I Hr Liverpool. OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKET^ m m m m HM)(. OLD LIN K of Packets for Liverpool will herrafirr t>e 1 * lea patched in the following order, excepting that when the aailing day fills on Snudajr, the ships will aail on the succeeding day, via:? . From New York. From Liverpool The CAMBRIDGE, IJnne I July 19 JO tons, < Oct. 1 Not. 19 W. C. Burrow, { Feb. 1 Mar. 19 X II" CillUiiAHU, WHW Iff AQK. 7 7iO torn, < Oct. IS I>ec. 7 S. B*rtlett,f Feb. 19 April 7 The OXFORD, W?'y I Ah*, in 800 tonf, < Nov. 1 l?ee. 19 J. RaUiboue, r Mairh 1 April 19 The MONTEZUMA, ( July 19 Sept. 7 1000 ton*. t Not. 19 Jan. 7 A. B. Lowber, f .March 19 May 7 The EUROPE, I Auk. I Sept. 19 618 toni, < Pit. I Jan. 19 E. O. Furber, t April I M*y I* The NEW YORK, (new) (An*. 19 Oet. 7 SAO ton*. {I)ec. Irt Keb. 7 T. B. Cropper, r April 19 June 7 The HOUTH AMERICA, i Kept. | Oet. 19 6jll tool. < Jail. I Keb. 19 E. O. Bailey, f May I June 19 The COLUMBUS, I Sept. 19 Nor. 7 700 ton*. < Jan. 19 Mar. 7 (I. A. Cole, f Miy 19 Jnly 7 Thcue ihipi ire not ?urpiui?e<l in point of elecance or comfort in their rahin accommodation*, or in their fut aailing qnalitiet by any ve**el* in the trade. The coinmanderi ire well known a* men of character and eTperience, and the ?triete?t attention will alwayn be paid to promote ihe comfort and convenience of pxaieuarerx. I'liuctMllty, u rt*.ir<l? the day of aailinn, will be obierved at heretofore. , The price of paaiace ontward iinow fued at Seventy-Fire Dollar*, for which ample ?toree of every deaeription will be provided, with the exception of wine* and liqnor*, which will lie rimiiaiird bv the itaward*. if required. Nmn*r the captain or owners nl th?s? thipfl will ha raapnu. giM* for any latter*, parrels, or rackaffi **nt by ?hf?m nnleaa f <n ppyU^f Hi ii|?d rtwtlQf. ror freight or pa*> E NE NE\ rAPSCOTTS GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICE, 43 PECK *LII\ NEW \ OKK. m m. m M The subscribers lieg to rail th* attention nl their Iriend^iiiTl lie pnblie generally, to their superior arrangements lor hrinnyK out passengers from, and remitting money to any |wrt o| Lnuland, Ireland, Ncoflaud or Walts, in the magnificent |?ck it snips, comprising the "NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS," VIZ.:? Ship RO8CIU8, <'apt. (*<>llina. * Ship 81DDON8 I aptain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain Ue|?yater. Ship GAH.R1CK, ('aptain Hkiddy. New ?hip HOTTlNOWER, Captain Bursly. Ship SOUTIIKRNER. ('aptain Woodhouse.. Ship ROCHKSTK.R, Captain Palmer New Ship LIVKPPOOL, Captain K hired re. tailing twice every mouth ; and with the " If NITED LINE," omuosed of su|>erior first class American ships, sailing every en ilaya, will make five ships in each month throughout the -ear, (or oue evei> sit days) thoeby preventing the possibility if unnecessary detention. Passages direct from London, Bristol and Oreenock to New r..rk Al.rv frr>,? I ., . en., .ol ... O.I...... \1 I- * . . Charleston, Philadelphia, Button and Baltimore, ami iin- vaiou? ports in British North America, can at all limes be mi[aged on liberal Persons wishing to ?und lor their fricuds, will not fail to he advantages to be derived from selecting tlii? line in prefer nee to any other, and they may rest assured (hit unusual care t ill be taken to make the passage agreeable, the ships l>e tug Cited up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In all case* where the |>artie* tent for dacluie coming, the moley will lie refunded without any deduction, a* usual. A fr?w usage from the various seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can .lso be secured The regular pack?ts for which the subscribers are agents, sail j follows, viz To and from London on the 1st, lu. and 20th if each month To vid from Liverpool on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 9th, and 25lh of each mo'itli New Orleans, Mobile, Savantali, and Charleston, weeklj tluouchoutjfic seaseu. HEM.lT 1 \SCEX Persons in the country wishing to tend money to their friends ty enclosing the Mim they wish sent, with the name and adIress of the partes to receive, il, may rely ?il a draft for the imouni being torwai led per lirst packet, after the receipt thereif, and au acltiiowh dti'imuit for the same returned per mail. Drafts at sight, for i . amount, are payable on demand, withtut discount or any other charee, at the National and Piovin:ia) Banks of Ireland id branches, Eastern Bank of Scotland, ireenock, and then branches, Messrs. James Unit, Sou Si Co. Jankers London K*.'han?c, and Liscount Bi'ik, Liverpool and n every principal town of (Jreat Britain and Ireland. Further particulars made known on application, if by letter, lost paid, to W. (k J. T TAl'SCOTT. d5v r 13 Pec!; Slip, comer South JOHN HER OMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. uTgULAR LIN^Tf PACKK^hTFs, 61 South stre. '. *Jew York. PASSAOKtoand from Great Britain and Ireland, via Llrerpool and London, by the regular packet ships, sailing on he 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th, and ZStli of each mouth to and from Liverpool and to and from London 1st, 10th and 20th of each nonth. The subscriber has made unequalled arrangements to bring lut emigrants, and can, with great confidence, assure those perlons sending for their friends, that every due aud dilipent at riiui'ii nin ur smmii llirill, rtliu .ill ? IK) (' IllUill K Willi infill 'assage can also Ik! engaged from Liverpool direct to New Cream, Mobile, Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, and o the different porta of the British Province!, at the lowest a tea. Willi thus* arrangements, together with the advantage which lis Liverpool correspondents |uia?esj, being large snip owners, uid extensively engaged in the freiglitiiig business despatching ,-early at least 100 lir?t diss shirs from Liveri?ool to the va rons ?rts of the United States, with freight and passengers. The aeility offered by this establishment is unsurpassed, and from he large number of first class ships employed in the line there :an be 110 detention whatever, which will tie guaranteed. The irice of passage will be at the lowest rates, and should any ot hose sent for decline coming, the passage money will he as lustomary refunded. The steamboat from the diiferent xirts to Liverpool can, as usual, be secured. JOHN HKIlD.WAPi.61 South st, N Y. or J. k W. KOBINSON, near Wall stieet, Meiclunts and Kmiyrants' Agents, No. 16 Gorvr Piazzas, Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANGE. The Subscriber requests the atteurion of those remitting mo ley to their friends to his uue<|iialled arrangements for the payment of his drafts on demand, without discount or any cliargc whatever, at tlie following Banking Institutions, viz :? IN KNULAND?-Messrs. Jauies Bult, Son fit Co., Bankers London. Messrs J. Barnard St Co., Exchange aud Discount Bank, Lirerpool. National Provincial Bank of England, and Branches throughout England aud Wales. Yorkshire District Bank and Branches. Birmingham Banking Co. Lauea*' r Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Greenock Bonking Co in Glasgow and Greenock. fcasteru Bank of Scotland and Branches. IKKLAND?Provincial Bank of Ireland. Arnault Cork Euuis Mallow Aililone ('arlow Kiiuiskillen Moneymore Ballhia Cavan Gal way Omagh Belfast Coleraine Kilkenny I'arsonstown Bainbridge Cootehill Kilrush Sligo ballvtneua Dublin Londonderry Strabane Baudon Downpatrick Largen Tralee Hal I \ shannon Dungaunon Limerick Waterford Clonmel Dnngarrou Mouaghan Youghall National Bank of Ireland. fiilluuloe Castlebar Moate Tipperaiy Banagher Knniseorthy Netiah Tuam Boyle Kermoy \w Host Thomastowi Cosher Calway !'< oscrro Tralee Carrick on Saw Kanturk Roscommon Westnort Castleiea Longford Slieo Wexford Charlesville Loughre* Tallow Wicklow Clonmel Mi<-haelstawu Thurlea N. B.?In addition to tin- Livei|>ool and London pockets, tin subscriber is also agent for the regular jackets sailing weekly from New Vork to New Orlean , Mobilej Charleston, nnr iy'lVtir"*"' """"' '"** "*" *" Jq'hN "hf.h iV.M an.-*^* PASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND >#f? jjk Jv m, ^J?7THE BHHTBALL OH ULU LINE OK LIVEKI'OOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liver|>ool on thr 7th and lDili of tiery month.] Persotis wishing U) ??id to the Old Country for their frierdi ?ui mike the necessary arrangements with thr subscriber*, auf iarr them come out in thi * superior Line of Packets, Sailin* from Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every mouth They will alio have a first rate class of American trading ships uiiliiyt every ail day*, thereby affording weekly cotnmunica lion from tlwt port. Oue of the firm (Mr. James D. Roche) ii there, to tee that they ilull be forwarded with Care and tie* patch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money wil be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduc tion. The Black t ill, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprisi 'he following m.igniticetit Ship*, viz TheOXKO.U), 'The NF.W YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COH'MBU^. EUROPE SOUTH AMEBIC A. KNGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such superior aud uueoualled arrangement*. the sub *crib?r* confidently look fortvan! for a continuance of that sup port which has beea extouded to them so many years, for whicl they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relative*, cat it all time* obtain Drafts at sight for anv amount, drawn direc on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, alio on Measrv PRESCOltf, GROTE, AMES Si CO. Rnnkers, London, which will be raid on demmd at any of the Bmks, or thev Branches, in all the principal town* throughout England, Ire land, Scotland mid Wales. Apply, or address, (if by lettej, pott paid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS It. CO. 3S Fulton street New York, next door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Lin# of Liverpool Packets sail from thi i>ort for Liver|K>ol on the 1st and 19th of e.ich mouth. Partie returning to the old country will find it to their comfort ail idvautage to selet.' this favorite Line for their conveyance, i wefereuce to any other. d27 r Mb 'M. Mh NEW YORK AND HAVRE PACKETS. HI IK? 1 nr arips or uiii line will hermtter Intr IN?> V ork op the Ut, and Havre on the 16th of each month, as fol lows, vi* FIIOM NF.W YOR*. Kkom IUtrr. New Ship ONEIDA, i lat March. ( 16th April. Captain { 1st July. < 16th August. Jstne* r nnck. r Ut Noi ember, f 16th December. Ship BALTI WORK, C 1st April. c Ifirh May. Captain < l*t August. < 16th September Kdward Funck. ( Ut Deer Hi bar. / 16th January. Ship UT1CA, ? Ut May. I16th June. Captain < Ut September < 16th October. rederick Hewitt, r lat Jsnnary. f 16th Febmary. NrwihipSt. NlCHOLASl Ut June. I 16th July. Captain < Ut October. < 16th November. J- B. Tell, ( 1st February. ( 16th Marsh. The ncaommodations of these shi|>s are not siiri>a*vd, com biniiiK all that may lie required for comfort. The price of ca bin passage is $100. Passengers will be supplied with every ? quisite v. itli the exception of wines and liquors. (ioods intended lor llieje vessels will be forwarded by :be sub icriliera, free from any other than the expense* actually iu enrrt d on them. For freight or iiaasage, apply to B6YD & HlNCKEN, Agents, ieJtS ee No 0. Tontine IInil>1 ins. rnr Wall am' Wster ?t FOR NKW OIL KAN 8. L.OU1SIANNA AND NKW YORK UNEOFPACKKTI m. m. m m For the better accommodation of ship|ieni. it II intended n desiiatch a ship from this |*>rt on the Ut, Jth, 10th, ISth, 20th ?1?I Z'nh of each month, commencing the 10th October and con tinuing until May, when regular days will lie appointed for th remainder of the yenr, whereby great delays anddisappoint ments will be prevented during the summer montha The fol lowing ships will comment* thi* arrangBment: Ship YAZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCON KB. < aptain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Milliard. Ship LOUIHVILLB, Captain Hnnt. Ship (JAHTON, <"aptain Latham. Ship HlINTSViLCfe. Captain Mum ford. Ship Ot MCLOKEj Captain J.ravin. Ship NASH VILLK, Captain Dickiuaoo, Hhip M KM PHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. ? . Theae aliips were nil built in I he city of New 1 ork, Mprr*' ly for parketa, are of light drnft of water, have recently bee newly coppered and pat lu aplemlid order, with arrommodn tiona for paaaeuqera unequalled for comfort. 'I hey are com manded by eineriencd inaatcra, who will make every nfti" to give general aatiafaction. They will at all timt-a be towe up nod down the Miaaiaaippi by steamboat v Neither the owner* or captains of theae ships will be respor sible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated wan or for any letters, parcel or parkage, ml by or pnt on hoard < them, ?nles? regular bill* of lading are taken for the same an the value thereon expressed. r" ^"[POWtttMS * ctl, ft.*..... HULL IN h WOODRUFF, A?*nt in Nr Orlran*, wlio will promptly forward nil good* to llwir addr*m Tl?* ?nip* of tni? line ar* warranted to tail nuncht*lly *? a< wiined, and great car? will b# uk?*ii to hare th? gooda corr*c |y W FOR BUFFALO ANl> ALL PARTS OK THB WE81 PAsS^Fm^fir.r toaum1^ I'tica $l?l Rochester, f3 M Hymcni*, ? pullaiq, . SM Oiweiro, ' 26 tTl>. and Low#r r?n?di 5 5? By thf fist line to Buffalo and found, $t 00. Forp-5M..P^? R.y * 14 >m m ft Barclay itreet, Ntw York. H???? 111 I - ? W YO V YORK, MONDAY MOR I 4*5:- NEW UNE o; PAI.KFTS FOR L1VER1 I'OOL?racket ol lUih S-ptembT?The new and AS-Ui.* |arket fillip ?iUhfcN Ui TP K WEST, 1 r-nuter 1/50 tuiii. I pt. !'. Wouilhouse, will ail on aiturday, 1 It,ill SepteU h*"' . 1"T K'Kiilar day.?This rublejjivk't. the largest r\?r buiIt 111 ?? Now Vork, it In tad up >?i'.h every tnoI deru improvement l?J* impart comfort to fuaenfera?bar , cabins um very spat OUJ, and superbly furnish, i - irouitliout.? II.-r between deck* art* lofty nud thoroughly liitiiteo. She has ' iul' rooiiu on deck |.?r second cabin p**?euKer??the w Uolc affording aocoini"OUJ'.imi? superior to auy other ship. IVnoiii about to < o' the old couutry will it nay tliei. intere?t and comfort, by a'truting this magnificent ship. Kor passane, early aiiplicatio i should l?- made on board foot of Hurling lip. weat side. or to \V. J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 l'eck slip, cor. South at. The Queen of the West will tail from Liveriiool on the 3th of No\eml>er. l'eraou* wishing to semi for their friends,, ran have them brought out in her, or other first class ships, aaillng weekly, on favorable l?ims. Drifts for anv imnimt. n?v*blo on demand, without discount. in all the priuri|>al town* of Eng1 uiil, lrel&ud, Scotland or constantly for sale as above. Tli* Sheridan will succeed the Que?n of the West, and sail 25th Sepl. sir art^- FOfi LIVERPOOL?Packet 16th September.? MnrJrWThe new splendid packet ship QUKEN OK THE AKMMmWEST, I'hilip Woodhouse master, 1260 tous, will ?aP i'mi tier regular day, the lBlh Sept. I For freight or passage., having accomodations unequalled for 1'gai<* aud comfort, apply on board, west side Burling ' slip, or to WOODHUI.L k MINTUUNS, 87 South st. The fine jacket ship Rochester, Captain John Britton, 800 tons, will succeed the (^ueeu of the West, and sail on her regular day, 16th October sir KOIt HULL. ENGLAND?A first class Amen TCTjV '1 vessel, now loading, could take a small quantity JKJMiMr'f light freight, if immedi.ite apunlicatiou in made to \V00DHULL k MINTUUNS, alir 87 South street. KOlt HAVRE?The French ship CAHOLINE, aptain Legrain. For freight or nunije, lor which jttenaMM'he has very comfortable accommodations, apply to the Captain on board, at the foot of Rectorstreet, N. II. or to BOYD (It H1NCKEN, 9 Tontine Buildings, slec cor. Wall and Water streets. FOR M \ I'A \"XAS-First Vessel?'The fast sailKryjl^iiig regular packet brig FRANCES ASHBEY, Ranmaster, having the greater pirt of her cargo enuageil. and going on board, can vet take the hulk of J00 hhls., fur which or passage, having handsome accommodations, apply on board, at pier 12 E 11. or to ,1 tw ec JOHN J. TAYLOR, II South st. FOR NEW ORLEANS?First Ship?The supeM'jW^.rior fa?t sailing shiti NIAGARA, Capt. Cole, will fjil mr?rli ii this day and sail on Monday. A few more 2d cabin ami steerafe pissengers can yet be accommodated at the lowest rates, if immediate application is made to JOHN HERDMAN, 01 South street, near Wall street. N. B?The subscriber has first class ships sailing weekly for the above port, by which passage can be engaged it the current sate. s2m PASSAGE FOR N EW ORLEANS?Positively first WftSlJIW Packet?The splendid well known fxst sailing packet Stit^eihip DAMASCUS. Captain Bliss, will positively sail _ K?r roi'iilinlav 'I \ii? n.u'lfftIkflt ill lU'CHUinid illation* lor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers. Those wishing to secure berths should not fail !? make Parly applieslion on board, loot of Jones' lane, or to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck .lip, au29r corner South street. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Louisiana and Kt jMtV New York Line?Positively First Regular Packet? JWmSfiiii'Phe '.last1 sailing packet ship HyNTBVlLLE, Cam. K. Cornell, 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., 56 Sonth st. Agents in New Orleans, Hulin U Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain C Hillard, till sticeeHd the Huntsville. si ee ???* FOR SALE?The well known coppered and copkWRjrWper fastened ship SVLVANU S JENKINS, Seymour, - ' ' burthen and register 517 tons, carries 81)0,000 lbs. ol cotton from Mobile, was built in this city by James Hor?ii> for Samuel Hicks & Co. under the inspection of Josiab Macy?her apron transom and to|> timbers of live oak anil locust? has standing and running rigging in good order?had new masts four years ago?is well adapted for a whaler, having a tine roomy deck. Lies at Dover street wharf Iler inventory can be seen at 31 William street. For terms, apply to b2 Im'r JONATHAN OODEN tk. CO. 51 William ?t. FOIt ALBANY, THOY, CHICAGO and the CAN ADAS. The subscribers having completed the r arrangements with the People's Line of Steamboats, ou the North lliver, and the Rail Road Companies west of Albany for running their Expr*s i for the season of 1813, an Express will leave their office, No. 3 Wall street, New York, every evening, at quarter to 7 o'clock, for the above named and intermediate places. IMPORTANT. For the greater safety and security of all valuable and money Packages entrusted in their rare, they have Salamander Iron af"s on board of the steamboats, in > strte room occupied exclusively by themselves, and the messenger in charge sleeps in the same, room with the iron sales.into which all inch p.-\dkag<i u* placed. POMEROy Ik COMPANY, nit ec No. 2 Wall street ENUI Ifc 11, FRENCH. BELGIAN AND AMEIMI AN 1 EAPK' SS, OENE11AL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION HOUSE. IIARNDtN St CO. will receive anil forward by their daily Fx press Cars, Specie, Bank Notej, Pack igesoml Parcels, to any pirt of t'ie t :nil.'d States or Can u!e5, and uy the steamers ami packets U ju.y .art of England, Ireland, Scotland, Belgium or * France. f Particular attrntiun is to the pu rchase or sale of all d?' srriptions of merchandise, collecting and paving Drafts, Notes, and Bills, to the e itrv f merchandise n tie. Custom House, and to the general i.ausaciiuu of any and ill kinds of forward. ing and commiss or: business. Bills of Exchange, i:i sums to I >1111 furnished on St. John. N. B.. Halifax. N. S , or on any part of Euro|ie. All goods mm' be marked "Harden St Co." Foreign Pott OmIMtBi ' ir? made-up for *11 the Ro'- I Mail Steamni from Boston, md the strainer .mil tailing packet. from New . York. Pnncifial office* and agents:? I Messrs. Wilmer aid Smith, 32 Church street, Liverpool, ' England. 1 Messrs. Macleaq, M?rit h Co., 3 Abchnrch lane, London. Messrs. Emerson (tfo., Paris and Havre. Samuel llaiglit, Ksq, American Consul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. J. and J O woodward, St. J6hn, N. B. 1 A. W. Godfrey, II.IiUx, N. 3. " I. O. Woodward, New Orleans, La. Messrs. J B. Smerac it Co., Havana. ' Harndeu St Co H Court st., Boston. All coods niu?i he marked ' Harden it Co. N. 8?Harndeu St Co. are alone responsible for the loss or iiijtwi of any art i'lea, or property of any description committed to their care; nor ia any risk assumed by, nor can any he attached to tl.e New Jersey Steamboat Navigation Company by which their dales are, or may l>e transported; nor the New York, Providence, and Boston Railroad, or the Boston and Providence llailroad Corporations, in resisxt to their contents at anytime. HARNDEN ?t CO., jv!2 r No. 3 Wall st.. New York. i NEW YORK, ALBANY' TROY AND MONTREAL EXPRESS. ' Messrs. Haniden Si ( o. having di?|iosed of their roafe from New York to Albany and Troy, the subscribers, the old conductors of Harnden x Co's Northern Express, from New Y ork will continue ts run. as heretofore, leaving New York. Albany and Troy Daily, and connect at Troy with Jacobs' Montreal Express, and will forward Specie, Bank Notes, Packages. Bundies. Cases o Goods, Ike. to any place between New York and Montreal, and throughout the Canada's Also East from Troy s and Albany to Boston, and West from Albany to Buffalo. All buoini'ss entrusted to their charge will lie promptly at? tended to. Particular attention will lie paid to the collection of note*, drafts, acceptances, Stc. and pioinpt returns made for the " same. RILLKN Si COPP. Offices?Pollen St Co pp. 3 Wall street. New York. 1'hos (tough, I i Exchange, Albany. A. G. Filkins, 228 R*ver street, Trov. S. Jacob's Exchange Court, St Paul'i st. Montreal. , REFERENCES. i. Nkw York. Ai want. Trot. r>-~- u-..I L I,',..,. ! I I In ,niihr*\* .Ilio I'uvne. Jacob Little St Co., 'j'hos. Oougli. P. Wells; John T. Smith St Co. K. Stow, Pepoon dt Hoffman, C.8.Dougl.i**, Carpenter St Vermilye, F, Leake. t!oui|liton St Co. Drew. Robinson Si Co. a 19r m. stbalitsi co.*s CIIARLKSTON, SAVANNAH, MILLKDOF.VILLE, MACON, COLUMBUS St FLORIDA package express. Mmri. M. S BALL St CO. will receive Howie, HaiiK Nor ! 1 Bundles, Samples, Packages and C.ises of (foods, and forward ' tliein by tlieii Kxpress, to and from Charleston, Savannah, Milledgcville, Macon, MM all the way stations on the Central Rail' roan. Also, by tlie steamboat St. Matthews, Captain McNelt^r, o her regular trii* to and from Darien, Brunswick, St. Mary s, Black Creek, Picolatla and I'al itkt. m. S Ball St Co. will my particular attention to the purchase * of liiK)ds. collecting and iwyiiip Drafts. Notes and Bills, and the transaction of any and all kinds of hnsine**. at any of the sl*>ve named places. They will also forward tioods and Mer' rhanihrc to any part of the United States, which may be sent to their care, rliey intend to put on teams to run regularly through from Macon to Columbus, under their own charge, to carry ill kinds ol merchandize, with all reasonable dispatch ? and safety, on the 1st of October nest. Messrs M. S. n Si Co. having made arrangements with the " Central Railroad Company of (Georgia, for an apartment under e their own lock, and with a Messenger always in charge, offer * superior advantages for tlie prompt and safe conveyance of all valuable articles that ma&' be entrusted to '.heir care. Merchant*, Warners, and others, desirons of receiving their Goods w ith prompt dispatch, will lind it advantageous to direct to them. Ic?" office st Savannah, 153 Bay street; Macon, Washington H*T1;M. S Ball Si Co., Milledgeville; Agent at CkilMai. S. C..A. Head, M Kast Bay; S. Plulhiick, Agent for receiving .mil forwarding goods and merchandize at Savannah. M. S. B. St' o. will advance cash for all freights on good* ('halves no more than the ordinary way of obtaining good*. auM PATER SON RAILROAD. ?Bb> enam a?s6a Jjl 2W%r ^m*ML ^ \rWz . ' h AKK ONLl' 2S I (.NTS. From Paterton to Jersey City. On and after Monday, I7tl? July, the cars will leave '> Pathh!>on Dktot Leave NFW You*. 'J I A. M. ? A. M. d 1134 " "H t ?. i V M. J ON SUNDAYS. Lkat* Pat*?aon Ditroi. Lear* Nr.w Yon?. I I* A , Tmitportatioa can ply daily (Hnndayi eicepted.) Paioen(era art ultiH to ne .it the Ferry, foot of C.nuriUndl itrevt, a lew i^imrM before the stated hoitra of departure. ivIV <im P _jj" STAT K.N ISLAND KERRY, FOOT WHITEHALL ST.?<TI?# itmmboaii Tfuirf g. ST ATEN ISLANDER and SAMSON will P nu aa fi.llow* until further noti' ? {.en... \ w Vorfc ?. 9, l^. U.,}, t. 3S(, V ?, T. LMII1 nui<*i| mtnu <>, j, w in I. ! x. "I ' L?t? N?w \ ?rk anil TaWntl tuny liour ^ntUy. Stuton ! la I I t>rry?fi*>t ol V> hitehMl ?tre*t, to 7;liftoii direct. Th. itcumbort Hi ..-liliw will New Vorkl P. M ? Clifton, a F M. <m AanrUjr, Jlly IMAP. K.^iimlun to Krft iUrt"? "n "n'.i<Uv? eicrptH.? Up F?n Buii? TX A. Ai irnmui uout N?w York, )M r. M. jilt I I IK H NING, SEPTEMBER 4, ] NEW JERSEY RAILROAD ANTT TRANS PORTATION COMPANY NKW \?'i; K AND NK\VAKK. I KAIIK KH Ol ( KI< TO VWKNTV-KIVK C'KNTS. From tlie loot 'f (.'uuriUudl itrwt, Nimt York. (bi'i-y d?y ^uu<Uy? excepted.) < I.rnres N v \ ink. I.eavn N?w*rk. , At * A.M. At 2 I' M. At 7 A M. At IK P. M. I 0 do. 3 do. U do. do. 11 do. 4 ili. 9 do. 5V? do. 6W ?! -?. l(ll? do. 7)2 do. (A, do. 9)2 do 0 do. ON SVNDVY8. From the foot of ( ourtlandt *tr?et. Leave* Now Vork. Leave* Newark. At 1A.M. mid 4?k P. M. At 12? I'. M. and 9* 1'. M. NKW YORK, KLIZAUF.TII TOWN. Leave* New Vork Leave* Kliraboth Town At R A.M. At 3 I'M, At 7K A.M. 3? P. M, 9 do. 4 do. 81-, do. 7 do. 11 do. 4K do. 10 do. 9& do. ifi do. 12 do. The train* for Wi.afield, Pin infield, Iloundlirook, Somerville, See., connect with the 9 A. M., and l>, 1*. M. ; train* from New Vork daily, Sunday* excepted. Fare between New Vork and Klitnbeth Town 23 cent*. Fare between do. and Somnrville. 75 canto. NKW VORK AND RAI1<VAY. Leave* New York. Leaves Railway. At 8 A. M. At J 1'. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 l\ M. 9 do. 4 do. R do. bX do. 11 do. 4 V do. 9 k do. 9 do. 6i? do. 11? do. NK.W YORK AND NKW BRUNSWICK. From foot of Coiirtlandt itreet, New York, daily Leave* New York. Leave* New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 4 P. M. At 6 A. M. At Ilk A.M. 5Y, do. 7* do. 8>? 1'. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave* New York. Leave* New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and 43t? P. M. At 11 A M., and P. M. Fare, except in thePhiladelphia train*, between New York and New Brunswick. SO cent*. Between New York and Rahway, 25 cent*. Pniseiiser* w ho procure their ticket* at the ticket office, receive a lorry ticket uratii. Ticket* are received by the con auctor aniy on tne aay wneii purchased. aul9 r g SUMMER Alt RANGEMENT* i NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAI ^KOAD LINE c DIRECT, , Via Nm??, NK.wnitrpiswicic, PRiNcrTow, Trenton, BoRDENTOWN AnB BURl.tNUTnN. 1 I Tint or oilin mix ii\?iT<?. p Living New Vork daily from 11 it* foot of Courtlandt ?t. , Morning Line nt!) A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at IX '* M. [ The Morning Line proceeds to Bordeutuwu, from tlience by t steamboat to Philadelphia. C The Evening Line proceed* direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of 0 Courtlandt street, where a commodious steamboat, w ill be in g readiness, with baggage crates ou board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, Winout being opened by the way Kach train isvprovided with . a car in which are apartments and dressiug rooms expressly for 1 the ladies' use. , Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o'clock, A. M. r and by railroad from Camdeu, at 5 o'oloek, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7K A. M., and I 4 P. M. being a continuation of the lines from New York. jy2* 3m*?c NEW AIMANOEMKNlT I FARE AM) FREIGHT REDUCED. jrf REGULAR MAIL LINE?FOR PRO- ' VI PENCE AND BOSTON, via. STON ' S^jiaLlN(iT(iN AND NEWPORT?Composed of the following ?ui>eriiir steamers, running in connection with E the Slouiugton and Bostou and Providence Railroads :? MASSAl HUSETTS.'Cant. Comstock. ' RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. i NARRAOAN8ETT. MOHEGAN. 1 One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays except- | ed) from Pier No. 1, Battery PUce, N. Iliver, at b P. M. A ltRA N GEM E NTH. 1 The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and I Wednesday for Stonington and Newport, and Friday for | Stonington. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tues- ( day and Thursday for Stonington, and Saturday for Stoning- ( ton, Newport and Providence. j Passengers, ou the arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will he iminadiately forwarded in the splendid and commodious Cars of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for < Newport will proceed in the steamer Mohegau (ill superior or- ( der) from thence at C o'clock the following morning, thus . giving thein an opportunity of a night's rest ou hoard the steamer Mnssachusetls or Rhode Island, and then breakfast on board J lh? Mohegau. i The above steamers have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort and security of passengers, and not surpassed by any in the United States. For passage or freight, which ii tak?n at very reduced rates, apply on board, at north side of pier No. I, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Devean, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths aau be secured on board, 01 at the oltice of HARNDEN St CO., No. 3 Wall street |T7"0?! and after the 10th inst, freight will not be received ana forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. ml bin* in PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS FOR ALBANY?Daily at 7 o'clock P. M.? 11? i i V. i m Through direct?From the steamboat pier between Co'irtlandt and Lilnrtv strrets, Sunday excepted. The steamboat KNICKERBOCKER,Cant. A. P. St. John, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at seven o'clock. Steambopt ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will lesve Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. 1 At .'io clock I. .VI.? L iodine .it Inlvrnu diate Places. Steamboat .MOHTli A.YiEltlCA, (Japt. Al. II. 1'ruesdell, will leavp Monday, Wednesday, ! riday, and .Sunday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat COUTH AMERICA, ("apt. L. W. Brainard, | will leave , Thursday and Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. 1 Passengers fakir.)! this Line of Boat* will invariably arrive in I Albany in ample tun*' 'n take the Morning Train of Cars for t the east or west. . The above boa'i are new and anbitantial, are ftirniihed with J neat and elegant State Rooms, aud for speed and accommodations are unrivalled OH the liudaoii. I For Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schultz , it thi office ou 'he wliarf. s4 sTe~VKN O'CLOCK MORNING LINE firr-r^r^*F'ok ALBANY TROY, and intermedia^ ' 2a_aJBEJE.Lindin.'*?Kmm the steamboat pier, at the ? footof Barclay street. Jinvkiasi and Dinner on board. ( Leaves N?v York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy ou Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. i Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newburgh, Hampton, Poughkeersie. Hyde Park. Hhinebeck, IT. Ked Hook, Bristol, Catsnill, Hudson, Coxsackie and Kinderhook. ! The nuw low imnurv steamer EMPIRE, Captain 8. R. Roe, on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug. 16. The new low preasure steamer TROY, Captain A. Uorham, ] on Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug 12. I For passage, apply al the office, foot ofBarcfay street, or o* board. Notice.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, i or any other kind of Pro|>erty, taken, shipped, or put on board j the Hoats of this Line^nust be at the risk of the owners of snch goods. au!6 r INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSIAlITVTJaTION NIGHT LINE FOR ALBANY ?t . OY?Through Direct, without Landing ? ' The commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, t ('apt. O. House, will leave New York from the foot of Barclay \ street, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays :and will leave i Albany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays aud Thursdays, and ' will continue these trips for the season. I Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. I P. S.?The above boat has undergone a thorough repair, and is : in first rate order. s2 lm*r .MM Ma SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING LINE ALBANY AND TROY direct, without landing?the splendid low pressure steamboat i SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Gourtlandt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, lor Albany direct. The Swallow has a large number of state rooms,and for speed 1 and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson. anil ec _ -c* liWjiiI.AH nppnmTioN^S"!m HCIS. ft~ TON; ~ v ia'N vVwVoUf' A N U" PR<) VI DENCB?Fare to Boston $2 60; Deck $1 SO; no cnartr for Berth*. Newport anil Providence $1; Deck W ru. Trie lift sailing *teamboat CURTIS PECK, Captain Win. II. Peck, leave* Catharine Market flip, F.aat Hirer, every Monday, Wednesday and Kriday, at 5 o'clock, P. Si. For |<a?vr or freight apply ou board, or to A. D. PECK, 205 South ?t: an5 Irn'tn .Wfl 0* NEWARK AND NEW YORK.?Fare ftr? i f ?,jPonlv I2K < enta .? I he splendid steamer PAS3^CiJK3E?8AI'', after Jon* Jth, wll mn a* follow* :? Leare ilie loot of Barclay street, New York, at 10 A. M., and 4 P. M. Leave* the foot of Outre street, Newark, at IX A. M , and and IX P. M. , Tlie accommodation! both for pgaamgeia and freight hare b<?n greatly improved. Freight carried at very low rate*. jvlf. 3m*ee _ i | jgm NEW ARRANOEMENT FOR SHREWSBURY?Lonf Branch. Sandy K^3bJL.Hmk, Oreau Hon*1 and Katontown Landing. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John IV i Corlie*. w ill now rnn as follow*, on and after rimrsday, 27th , inst leaving N?w York, from the foot ?f Robinson street, 1 every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. I And Katontown Landing ou Monday, Wednesday and Friday, ( at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run ai ahov*, weather permitting, on- 1 til further notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Fare 37 cent*. j N. 1).?Stage* will be in attendance to couvey passengers i from the aforesaid lauding place* to auy part of the couuty re- 1 quired. The Shrewibory will go the inner passage, when practicable. jellr ROCK.AWAY AND NKW VORR 34*?T&t STAGE?Will mil a* follow* on and after 13th inst. Leave Rockaway at A. M., ] for New kork, returning leave the Waverly House. Broad- I way, at 3ji P. M. for Rockaway, by way of Sontli Ferry | Passenger* leaving their name* at 340 Pearl street, will bepnnc-. tinllv (tailed for by HENRY CONKLIN, L_jaiisiA* 1 IVourietn* BOOK KEEPING. rPHOVIA8 JONK8, Acconntant, 113 Broadway,'continnea 1- throughout the Summer months to receive pupils who are piactinlly and thoroughly instructed in the variona duties ol tltr <lf*k. Private leaaons an- *!* :' when preferred. Published and for sale l>y the author as above?" J one's Principle* ami Practice of Bookkeeping," *vo. $1 Jfl. This work has beeu adopted in many of the first Academic institutions in this country, and ha? tieen republished in England. Kor a synopsis of this improved method of teaching, M* ut. I llnnt'i Merchant's Magamillf, Dec. I??. Accountantship?Accounts adjusted in cases of dispuU, litigation, insolvency or death. Hooks opened or balanced. I aJ lm*w | | _ l KA'nJl tt \\|I FINDING s roll K, tti Spring stmt, i lj two doors* from th? corner of Washington street, near Clinton Market, New York. Constantly on hand a general astortment of Sole and Uppar Leather, Black Morocco and Kid 1 Ski n, with IWr, Goat and Lambskin Bindings,Shoe Threads, Last lines, (Mlloons. Ribbons. Sheetings, Linen and Leather Linings, Boot Cord and Webba, Boot Trees, Lasts, Hammers, Pincers, Awls and Tacks, with a full assortment of Shoemakers Tools, ol the most approved J^tteni. ^ ^ t>rM y ?M l? ~r ? ^ , r Kh'CHKH ! LEKCHKfl ! ! LEECHES ! ! !-VW,000 UrK? j I j , nl hmllhv *n<l <>rrm*n L?rcliM, J?t rr<wi**d ' tnd i -.<*00 *w?li?h And (ifrman Lrtchw iljilv esprctcd, per W .?ii"!7toniuid Howard, from Humbarff, tor? **? the low -J&'fflr** IoUNtltri of L*ehm, 416 r?rl?' *\N, V ERA! 1843. Lortl Hyiteii limit ' f|?iiiolri. The extracts which we lmvc given Irom this sin- ! fulnr work have created a great mum in the c< m I nunity, and thertfore we are disposed to gnt up still nore steam by further extraction the 4th ot August, 18-11, Lord Sydenham thus ^Anni>t*lu nurr.ilpu fn I .rvril T.iim Ifn^ll U lad been enabled to do during iht* period ol hie administration of the government:? I am sure you will learn with pleasure thnt our miceedinfis here go on prosperously. I have aot 1 hrough two moat important nie?uur? > ilreany ; and f the session produced no more, we should have ione good service. But the rett will follow rapidly, \ Lnd 1 do r.ot despair ot carrying my bank scheme, which is quite an extra. Your connection with tforth American matters will thus terminate most trosperously ; and I think whoever will compare he state ot things two years ago when you sent me >ut to do your work with that which exists at pre- ( ent, will not venture to affirm that uny Secretary if State before ever produced half so grea t a change. 3ne province thin without u constitution?under irbitrary power?with scarcely any good laws? vith its whole frame work, boili of society and adninistration, completely difjuintei); the other in a tate of the greatest excitement and discontent; both vithout any thing approaching ?o a government or lepartineutal responsibility. N.>w, the constitution estored to one, uud greatly improved in both? nany most excellent inxtituiions estab.iehed by law n one, and improvements making in the other?the [reat and harrassing questions of Cnurch revenue ind Responsible Government (1) settled?the otic* s of Government arrunged so as to ensure re iponsiDiiuy m tnose who are at tneirneaa, ana an flicient discharge of ilieir duties to the Governor md the public?the Legislature assembled, octing n harmonv with the Executive, and really employid in ben? ficial and practical measures ot Legislaion?public tranquillity restored, and its trade and mmigration nearly doubled. I think that whoever nay succeed you in the Colonial de[ artmeut will lardlv be able to present such a picture, which 1 lave not overcharced, and which I certainly do not lint in order to take credit to myself; for I repeat hat it is to you it is due, for no one could have ieen the immediate instrument of producing the Imnge, even if be had fifty times the talent or zeal vhich I can pretend to, it it had not been for your lirections and * ncouragement, and for the assistince which you supplied in England. Our readers cannot have lorgotlen the allusion to VIcLeod's case, in Lord Sydenham's speech on ipening Parliament, " Her Majesty's fixed determnation to protect, with the whole weight of her lower," all her Cannadian subjects. We have vaioub extracts from Lord Sydenham's correBponlence regarding McLeod'n case, from which we elect the following from a letter to Mr. Fox at Washington, as showing the writer's opinions re yarding the blessed results of a "tree and enlightened" democracy : ? With respect to the case itself, you will, I hope, lear Irom Lord Pdlmeraton by the steamer of tne 10th of this month. I confess it Beems to me almost mpossible for (he British Government to avoid demanding McLeod'a release, let the consequences le what they may. It statement be correct, as I have no reason to doubt, there may be a Jifficulty in the Federal Government yielding without fresh powers for t lie purpose ; but it is quite clear hat it such are really necessary in order to put an *nd to tne conflicting jurisdictions of the Central n#l Sfatfii ( riivi rnmHiit. thf?v iniiht Itp ffivpn nr I'Ikp here is an end to all the diplomatic relations witli he Uuited Stales A hundred audi cases as McLeod's may occur, and so long as the Federal Executive has no power to deal with them, or may have its decision overruled by another tribunal, it is a mere mockery to appeal to it, or carry on the farce of a negotiation as between the two national Governments. It is to be hoped that the last outrage at L;>ckport, which bo clearly establishes the tact, that the courts of law even have not the power.if they had the will, to do justice in ca?es of this description, may satisfy the Americans themselves of the necessity of s^me change in their laws or practice. If it does not, iiid '?;d 1 confess that my hopes ot keeping the peace will be small. It appears, likewise, that thi Whigs are less inclined to pu h matters to an extremity than the expiring administration There may be a chance, therefore, ol gptting over the business, but in the meantime, it is satisfactory to feel, that even in Canada, we are much better prepared for a brush, if it comes to one, than they are on the other tide. The outrage at Lockport ia altogether disgrace ul to the Americans; it exhibits in a strong light, tot merely the absurdity of iheir system upon tins articular subject, but the abominable condition of heir institutions. The outrage and injusiic* perperated upon one of the Quven's subjects by their 'People." in defiance of th?ir laws and under their luppoeea protection ore so grocs,ihat I think a statenent of the case and a dernaad for redress made vi hoc, and passing by the firat points which are already itferred home, would entbsmuss them exces- j lively. They could scarcely agrfiti reler ua to their | :ourts, for it is clear they have no power to enforce heir own decrees, and unless they did that, I do lot see what remains for them out to yield. On the 23th July, 1841, he again adverted to this lubject, in thr lollowiug terms My neighbor Jonathan ib getting too bad. Mc Leod's business is a disgrace to any civilized county, but a pretty specimen < f this land ot liberty, where the pride of the people seems to be that they ire entitled to break, as well as make, laws tor :hemselves. And, on the 4th of August following, he writes:? McLeod will now take his trial, and his convicion or acquittal will depend altogether on ihe polilcal opinions of the Judge and jury! If they are vhtgs, he will be acquitted ; it loot foco, he will be ound guilty. Tue merits of ill* case, or the acknowledged fact that tie was no more at the burning if the Caroline than I wae, will weigh not a feather in the scale either way What a people?what a country ! The portions which we now give are of a mere personal nature, and they show a flippancy in his Lordship in those which Bhould have been his most serious moments, which characterixes this wotk throughout. Our author continues. Lord Sydenham's political and earthly career was now fast drawing to a close. The state of his health had long warned him that he could no longer bear up against the fatigues attending his laborious exertions as Governor General, nor hope to survive the severity />f another Canadian winter. So early as March, 1841, he thas writes to his brother I have the gout in my hand, nnd can hold the pen with difficulty. Thin is now the eighth or ninth fit I have hud in twelve month*, which is really no joke. Yesterday 1 could scarcely sign my name to my own reprieve if I had been sentenced to be hanged. To-day it hssslipt info the other hand, andlhe right is Ireer, though terribly stiff and sore. On the lOih of April he wrote to Lord John Russell:? I Imve fortunately very little to Bay; for I cannot write, and am not very fit to dictate. The doctors tlio?ght me gone last Monday,but I got through it, I suppose to show thein that they know nothing ihout either killing or curing. I shall be weak, 1 mi alraid, for some time; and as they have coaxed the gout into the hands, and will do nothing to give it a chance of jumping again into the stomach or | tieart, it may be some time before I can hold a pen. On the 20th of the same month, he writes with his left hand : ? I have had a narrow eicape; but thank Ood, 1 hdVA ffi\t lhrr\nrr!i tcif hnnf mii/>h harm If hn* however convinced mc of the impossibility of remaining another winter in this country, and will hasten, or at all events confirm, my determination to quit it the moment the session is at an end.? Faucv what a c imnte, when the snow is still two feet deepon the 20 h of April. It was not unt'l the 25th that he recovered the use of his hand, v/hen he wrote i? At last I cnn write to you with my own hand ? Grey will have told you why I could not by the last packet. I was ill in bed. and utterly unable either to write or dictate. Not gout merely, but fever, and horrible prostration both of mind and body. In fact I have been done by the work and climate uui ted; and God knows whether I shall see the other side of the Atlantic again. * * If God give* me strrng'h to g?t through my Parliament, I shall at all event* be off the instant it is over. He writes from Kingston on flic 5th of June, 18-111? After Montreal, the quiet of this place is delightlul. I have a beautiful view of the lake and ground* going down to it. For two years i early I have not liDOfl a 111** tft (all tt n ai?All milk All I m u kaf <iP U.' I fill 11) t l'ie sentinels presenting arms, and I mjoy (?< in* ! able to do so amazingly. The worst, however, is, i that 1 do not recover strength, which hitherto I I LD. frlm Two Cants always did very ru|?dlv alter an attack. My work oppress me an it never did before, and I am readv to hang rryeell half a do/.en tunes a day I am in the midst of the hustle attending the opening of the ?esgi'>n, and have besides a ministerial "crisis* on my nands. The latter I shall get through triumphantly; unless my wand, as they call it here, has lost all power ov? r the members, which I do not believe to be the case. But the excitement and worry are more than I can stai d in the preaect state of my health, and I do not know how it will end. Hong for September, beyond which I will not stay it ihey were to make me i>ukeot Canada and Prince ol Kegiopolis, as this place is called. Again, on the 25:h of July : ? "I have not been able to get away from Kingston for n day; nor do 1 think that I should set much benefit by doing so, unless it were for really a long time It lithe constunt and unceasing labors, unvaried l?y ilie letist relaxation, which knocks me up, and prevents me Irom getting back my strength ; and that can he cured only by a break up of the whole tiling. My job will be doue at the end of the beniion, and I don't think I can gather any more laurels here though I should perhaps be wif. ling to stay another yenr if I should do so with any chance ol living through it. But since that is out of the question, as iny doctors tell me, and as 1 indeed leel myself, home 1 must go." Under these circumstances, Lord Sydenham 3ent home his resignation on the 2Ath July. His biographer thus describes the accident which was the immediate cause of hi* death :? On the 4th of September, he was returning home from an excursion on horseback, when in ascending a hill at a cnntet his horse stumbled over a stone and fell, Lord Sydenham's right leg hmng unfortunately caught beneath the animnl. The horse was soon on his feet, and moved forward some little distance, dragging the rider with his foot in the stirrup. From this position he was soon extricated and carried to his residence, then close at hand. On examination it was found that the principal boue of the leg was fractured obliquely, and a large and fearful wound created above the knee by the angle ol a atone against which the leg had been dragged. Severe as the?e injuries were, for several days he appeared to b?* going on favorably. No fever supervened, and the medical men considered that the bonr was uniting. His worst hvmptom was a continual restlessness and want of sleep. He himself repeatedly expressed doubt as to his ultimate recovery; but they seemed rather to proceed from the kownesu produced by confinement, pain, and want of rest, than to be caused by any positive sensations of failing strength. During this fortnight of protracted suffering, scarcely relieved tor a moment by intervals of rest. Lord Sydenham's mind was still actively employed in endeavoring to complete the great public measures which he so anxiously wished to carry through the. Legislature before its separation. Notwithstanding the agony he endured, his interest in those proceedings never for a moment relaxed, lie received the officers ol the Government and the members of both Houses as freely, and conversed with them as fully as at any iormer period. He continued to make the necessary preparations for carrying out the Legislative measures which had been already passed so soon as the session should be over; and only a week before his death he received the notifi Uo# Hnoun li ja Kpaii nUnojiH tn mpnrnt tOllUII llini HIV- ? II ItUU MV, II I'.VWWVM ?v .wv>r. his resignation, aud in testimony ot her approbation had honored him with the Grnnd Cross ot the Bath. On the eighth of September, only eight daya before his death, he thu<>, for the last time, wrote to Lord John Rua-ell i? My Dear Lord John?I have received youreof the 18th Augutt. 1 am much obliged to you for the red riband, but a grent deal more lor the kind manner in which you recommend it. You will have seen that I was determined to do all my business before coming away; and a pretty sefsion it will be. Every measure will have been triumphantly carried. Tnough I could not get the Hank through, it must succeed another year. The House of Assembly wished to defer it for the session; hut iu the meantime they have taxed the issue of private brinks, which w:ll insure its -i..g iVIy successor, therefore, will have little of legation even lelt for him. I wish 1 had mansged my own matters as well. Rut a woek ago my horse fell with me, broke the bone ot iny leg, and made a large hole above the knee. The accident isi very iiaiutul, especially as the gout, which coward-like always takes one at a disadvantage, ItaB stepped in to add to my sufleiings; and, under any circumstances, 1 fear that I must have three wt eks or a mouth in bed. The Doctors, however, tell me 1 am sure to be in a ttate to be removed by water to Quebec in timt to get ofl this autumn. You will understand from this account of myself why I write, or rather dictate, to you as little as possible. Believe me yours, &c. Sydenham. The sad concluding scene of his eventful life, is thus feelingly described:? He beenme very soou aware of his own stale ; yeteven in those trying moments, when all worldly prospects were fast fading from his sight?when the reward of success and the discredit of failure were becoming alike indifferent, his sense of dmv still kept alive his interest in public ma'ters With a calmness and tranquillity most astonishing to those who witnessed it, he continued between the pa roxysms ot pain to devote tits attention to suctipunlic matters as required immediate decision. His faculties remained unimpaired ; and early in the day he executed hi*.will, in which, among other legacies, was one " in token of his friendship and esteem" to Lord John Russell. When Ihti part of his will was substquentiy read over to him, he repeated twice in a firm and emphatic tone," He wan the noblest man it was ever my good fortune to know " Among the many testimonies which during his public life Lord John huss'll may have received, none can have borne more deeply the stamp of sincere attachment and admiration than these lew words irom the dying lips of hi* Iriend and fellow statesman. Iu the afternoon Lord Sydenham invited all the members ot his family to unite with him in receiving ihe Holy Sacrament. Alter the administration ot that sacred ordinance, he took leave ot them individually, addressing to each aome words of kind remembrance, accompanied by some lokeo ot his regard. He then desired to be lelt alone with his chaplain; and during the night he continued constant and fervent in prayer, and in preparation tor th? awlul change about to take place. No murmur at his untimely fate ever escaped his lipe, but in hut death he evinced the same firmness and strength ot mind which in tile had been his distinguishing characteristic. Throughout the night his sufferings continued unabated,and repeatedly those who watched, thought his last moment waa come ; but it was not until seven o'clock ot Sunday the )9ih that he breathed his Us'. ?^spMM HEHEaAIM? oairziRAZ. pRiwTipra establishment, N. W. CORNER OF FULTON AND NASSAU STS . Is supplied with every material necessary for the prompt, neat, and economical execution of every description of a-JI-JHOS 3i)2> 2?3ia33!raMa. Public attention ia mqnetted to this eatahluliment, in the as urance tliat ample satisfaction will Ixi firen?an regardi typography, prem-work, and charges?to those who requite fancy or common, large or umall work cheaply and diieditioualy tecuted. LABELS, CHECKS. wavbillb. riR? i/Lahh, SHOW, BALL TjCKETv. 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DAY, nulT r to Rof^nrr ' R C... 45 VU?d?w Um pllLOniUK OF LIMK, of Boyd? make, a tupwior aril^ cle, for aale hy tec rr.RHsi; k bhooko, ?i Lib?tr ?.

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