Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 8, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 8, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX?No. JI40 ?Whole No. 3458. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper-pub- \ lislied every day of the year except New Year's day aod [ Fourth of July. Price'i cents per copy?or f 7 28 per annum?paid?cash in advancc. THK WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday ! morning?price cent* per copy, or $3 13 per annum? postages paid?cash in advauoe. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of the Hi-ralJ is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increas- , itir; fast. It has the largest circulation oj any paper in this , city, or the world, and is, there/ore, the best channel for bu' i siness men in the city or country Prices moderate?cash n advance. PRINTING of all kinds e*ecuted at the most moderate prices, and in the mod elegant stylu. JAMES aoiivux Utwmt.l i, Phofriktob or the Hkrsld Establish?i?nt, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To sail from New Vork ou the 25th and Liverpool ou the 13th of each mouth. JiR ilffy iHS* ilffy n IftaB .. JMSadfav 1- noM New Yohk. Ship KOSGIU8, Captaiu John Collins, 25th July. Slup 8IDDON8, Captain A. B. Cohh, 25th August. Ship SilKKIDAN, Captain K. A. Depeyster, 25th Sept. Ship GAItKM K, Captain Win. Skiddy, 25th October. Fhum Livkhpool. Ship 8IIF.RIDAN, Captain K. A. I)e|n*yster, 13th July. Sliip (iAKRICK, Capt. Win. Skiddy, 13th Au|(ust. Ship ROSCll'8, Captain John Collins, 13th S?pteinber. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cohh, 13th October. These ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1009 torn, built in tIM city of New Vork, with such improvements as combine great s|ieed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $75. Thesu ships are commanded by ex|>erieuced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neith-r the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible lor any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular hills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K.. COLLINS St CO., 50 South St., New York, or to BKOWN, SHIPLEY k CO., Liverpool. I.."fieri he the nii'lieta Ml ill lie rli irMkl I')L- reilfa Her kinrl licet ; 5* cents |**r ounce, and newspapers 1 cent each. jy7 ec OLD ESTABLISH EI) PASSAGE OFFICE, 100 Pine street, corner of South. iffS- rife MBa < iinir i -Wi''MII lit. subscriber Ie.>ve to call tlie attention of Ins Iriemis and the public ill geurnl, to the following arrangements fur 1843, for the purpose of briuuing out cabin, 2d cabin, and stt*ra<e p.issengers, by the Regular Packets, satlinu as follows, viz : Kroin Liverpool, the 1st,7th, 13th, 19th iud2Mli of every mouth. 44 London, the 1st, 10th and 20th In addition to the above regular lines, a number of splendid New York built transient ships w ill continue to sail from Liverpool weekly, in regular succession, thereby preventing the leasi possible delay to passengers on their arrival ill Liverpool. For the accommodation of |>ersoiis wishing to remit money to their families or friends, draft* are Kiveu, payable at sight, on the following Banks, viz :? Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cork, Limerick, Cloiimei, Londonderry, Sligo, Wexford, Belfast, Waterford, Galway, Armagh, Athlone, Colerain, Balliua, Tralee, Youghal, Knuiskillen, iMonaghan, Banbridge, Ballytnena, Parsoustowu, Dowupatrick, Cavau, Lurgan, Omagh, Duugatinon, Bandon, Knnis, Billy shannon Strabane, Dungarveil, Mallow, Moueymore, Cootchill, KUnuh. The Ulster Bank of Ireland, and ail its branches. The National do do do. Scotland?The City of Glasgow Bank and all its branches and agencies. England?Messrs. Spooner, Atwood St Co. Bankers, London, payable in any town in Great Britain. For further information (if bv letter, post paid,) apply to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, corner of South. Or to P. W. BYRNES b Co. 36 Waterloo Road. si linr Liverpool. PASSAGE FHOM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND tt$j? THE BKWBALL (MoiLITLINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liveri>ool on the 7th and 19th of every month.] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends Can malte the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them coine out in tin s su|ierior Line of Packets, Sailing from Liveri>ool punctually oil the 7th and 19th of every mouth. They will also have a first rate class of American trading ships, sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communication from tliat port. One of the firm (Mr. James D. Rachel is there, to see that they shall be forwarded with care aud aesI>atch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who l>aid it here, witliout any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Lme of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, viz :? The OX KOI! D, The NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS, EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NOHTII AMERICA. With such sti|<erior and unequalled arrangements, the subscribers confidently look forward for a continuance of that support which has been extenited to them so mauy years, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can at all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct on the Rival Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Messrs. PRESCOTtf, GROTE, AMES & CO. Bankers, London, which will he paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towns tliroughout England, Ireland, Scotland aud Wales. Apply, or address, (if by letter, post paid.) ROCHK^ BROTHERS & CO. 35 Kulton street New York, next door to the Kulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st aud 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country will lind it to their comfort and advantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in preference to any other. <127 r FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUI8IANNA AND NKW YORK LINE OF PACKETS m m MM Koi the better accommodation of slnp|>ers, it u intended to despatch a ship from this |>ort on th? lit, Sth, 10th, litli, 20th, ami iltli of each mouth, commencing the 10th October and continuing until May, when regular days will be appointed Tor the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will be prevented during the summer months The following ships will commence this arrangement: Ship \ AZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI Captain Hilliard. Sh.p LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAK8PKARE, Captain Miner. Ship OASTON, Captain Latham. Sliip HUNTSViLiLE, Captain Mumford. Ship Ol.MULOEE, ( aptain Leavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson, Sliip MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ships were all built in the city of New York, expressly for packets, are of light draft of water, have recently been newly copi>ered and put iu splendid order, with accommodations for passengers unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to gi?e general satisfaction. They will at all times be IowmJ up ami down the Mississippi by stesmlmats. Neither the owners or captains of these ships will be responsible Sir jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plated ware, or for au\ letters, parcel ?r package, sent by or put on board of them, nnless regular bills of lading are taken Tor the same and the value therein expressed. For freight or Passage, apply to E. K. COLLINS ?c CO.. 36 Sonth st? or HULLIN it WOODRUFF. Agent in New Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The ?hip? of this line are warranted to sail punctually as admitted, and great care will lie taken to have the goods correctly measured mr NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS PORTATION COMPANY. g/AtTrfl ftfrggl FAKE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE < ENTS. From the foot of Courtlandt street, New York. (Every day?Sundays excepted.) Leaves New 4 ork. Leaves Newark. At * A.M. At 2 P.M. At 7 A M. At P. M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. 41. do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 5). do. 5H do. 10>i do. 7? do. (i,4 do. 9X d<> 8 do. puli ij/\ i d. From the Coot of Courtlandt street. Lnrn New York. Lmvb Newark. At 9 A. M. ami \\ P. M. At 12? P. M. and P. M. NKW V(UlK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leaves New York. Leaves Elixahrth Town At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7K A. M. 3X P. M. 9 do. 4 do. ?' do. 7 do. 11 do. 4}{ do. 10 do. 9}? do. 5H do. It do. Tho trains for Westfield, Plainfield, Ronndbrook, Somerville. Sir., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4>< P. M. ; trains from New Yoik daily, Sundays excepted. Kare between New York anil Klizalieth Town 25 cents. Kare lietwi*en do. and Somcrville, 75 owts. NKW YORK AND RAH<VAY. Leaves New Y'ork. Leaves Hahway. At ? A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. Af 3 P. M.9 do. 4 do. 8 do. 6V do. 11 do. 4^ do. 9% do. 9 do. r,', do. II Si do. NKW YORK AND NKW BRUNSWICK. From foot of Conrtlandt atreet, New York daily Leave* New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P.M. At 6 A.M. At II* A.M. 5X do. 7k do. 8.', P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leaves New York. Leaves New Brnnswiek. At 9 A. M. and'4\ P. M. At II* A M? and 8* P. M. Kare, except in tlie 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. Tickets aie received by the conductor only on the day when purchased. au 19 r SUMMER AK RANGKMENT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA R \\ .ROAD LINE DIRECT, Via Nkwafk, NKwitminswitK, Princktow, Thkmtow, Borpicntown Am? Buhlixiiton. TJhiuTI Leaving New Vork daily from the foot of Conrtlandt ?t. Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at i\ P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordentowu, from thence by ttcHinho.it to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceed! direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) witliont change of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of (jaulandt street, where a commodious steamboat, will be in rriHKiess, with baggage crate* on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wiliout being opened by the way Kaeh train it provided with a car in which are npurtments and dressing rooms expressly for the ladies' use. Iletnrning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnut street, f>y steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o'clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7M A. M., and 4 P. M. I icing a continuation of the lines from New York. jy28 3m*?c % 11 1 E NE NEW tj^'A prais: ap^Avt i r i ?t?**?lxv?i SI rKRIOR, < ?|.i John Gould, will tare Im rl.e kuhiutf H?nk?. .. Weduevdav. rhuraday 4?id Knd-?< ?! tl..? *irk. Utidm? * Fort Hamilton each way. < tp? n >ck with his In will be 011 hand. A splendid Umd of Mii.ii- ii eti|f?ii>?i .. tillion and other dance* on boaid. Unit furnished on hoard, eratin Places of railing?fool Oft haaibm MiaM, *t ? o'clock .Aaios street >4 past 8; Canal IIMt paal ?, I Kerry. Br.~ik lyn, 9; lo?r ol 1'ikf sir.fi |u?t *i ,i,<| .... \ past 9. Ou returning at half past i. or lock, the Ih.*i ?* ill <-all <i the above places and l.ind passengers, oid tin ili^tr (trrun"ii will he accompanied Willi ck.imU-rmaids. llrllHliiifuU om I hoard. Fare for the Kimrsion ,'iA rents. I lohlr.si half price. The Su|>erior will make her etcursiou to llailem every " ?? day as usual ? *i*r ^^~jfk ~*m I'KOPLK'S LINK. OK H'I'I K 5^^"; SfKDIl A I. It AN V?Daily at 7 o'clock f M - f JC?^JOr m Through direct?From the stesmhosi pier be tween Courtlandt and Liberty streets, Sunday airepied The iteamiioat KNK K K.RBOf KKK.I'tM. A I' *' JoKa, will leave Monday, Wednesday and lritl| I H mugs. al alii I o'clock. Steamboat HOI HKSTK.R, I 'apt. A. Houghton, ?ill lean J Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 I'. M At 5 o'clock I*. M.?Landing al Intermediate Plar.? Steamboat NOK'i'li AMKIlli A. ('apt. >1 H I r?e*?MI, < will leave Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sundt, ?H? i noon, at S o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMF.K1CA, Cspt. L. W Brainanl will leave Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday K.veuiiig, at li? o'clock. Passengers taking this Line of Boata will invariably arrive in Albany ill ample time to take the Monuug Train of I irt for the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished wuh 1 neat and elegant State Rooms, aud for si*id and arrommods tions are unrivalled on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, apply ou board, or to I' C Schnlti at the olfice on the w harf. <1 BBVKN~0'( l.<>< K MiniMM. LINK yHMJ3?Kt)H AI.H\N\ . TlliH 35L?JBLJt-I.iiMlnilM -hrom the steamboat per, foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Dinner on board. I,eaves New York?The Kinpire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy on TuesdaT. Thursday aud Saturday, at 7 A.M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newbnrgh, llamplon, I'oughkeepsie. Hyde Park, Rhinelieck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, I Catskill, Hudson, Ooxsackie and Kiuderliook. I The new low |>reaaure steamer F.MPIRF., Captain S. R. R?', i on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning;, Aug. 16. The new low nresoire .tmmrr Till! V 1.1,1.!., A llnrhsm t on Thursday, at 7 o'clock iu the morning, Auk 12. Kor passage, apply at the office, foot of Barclay stiwt, or ni I I board. I Notice.?All Goods, Freight, Basira^e, Bank Bill*, Specie or any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on l>aro the Boats of tliis Liiiejnust be at the risk of the owuers of ?nrh goods. au It r ' .MM INDKI'KNDKNT RKGHLAR OH'<>SI- , Cj "fgr~j*tu)n nuiht link, kor alhaw si jt^aJCjbTHO V?Through Direct, w ithi>ni Landing? < The commodious and substantial steamboat PORTS.MOI "I II, ( Capt. O. House, will leave New Y'oik from the loot of B irclay street, on .Mondays, Wednesdays anil Fridays; and will MM Albany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Will continue these trips for the season. I Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. P. S.?The above boat has undergone a thorough repair, ami is in first rale order. s2 im*r SKVKN O'CLOCK KVKNINO TTNK ^VTTf^tyCg?f,,r ALBANY AND TROY direct, without 2C=BCJK.Iaiidiiie?the st1!' ndid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. JVIcLe.m, will leave the foot of , Courtlandt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday ereniurs, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The swallow has a lwse number of state rooms.and for speed and accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudsou. au8 ec _nn_~l HKOULAR OPPOSITION FOK BOi*TON, via NKWPORT AND PROVI- 1 ahMnflHMKw r.? r.irr 10 unsiou 94 ju; L'rcK #1 juj ao charge for Berths. Newport aud Providence $1; Deck 50 1 ct*. Tne fast sailing: steamboat Cl'RTIS PECK, Captain Wm. H. Peck, leave* Catharine Market slip, East Hirer, every Monday, Wednesday and Kriday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. Kor passage or freight apply ou board, or to A. 1). PECK, 205 1 South st. au5 1 in * in NEWARK AND NEW Y6ltK.-Fare ' C', rf*only 1Cents !?The splendid steamer PAS- ; 3EmmACi2E_SAIC, after June 5tli, will run as follows:? Leave the foot of Barclay street,' New York, at 10 A. M., and J 4 P. M. Leaves the foot of Ceutre street, Newark, at A. M , and and 1 Y% P. M. The accommodation! both for passengers aud freight have 1 been greatly improved. Freight carried at very low rate*. jy 16 3m*ec ' aa. st'aten "island' ferry, foot s WHITEHALL ST.-The steamboats 1 TT m STAT EN ISLANDERaud SAMSON will ruu as follows until further notice :? Leave New York 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 3)4, 5, 6. Leave Staten Islaud 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 4. 5. 6. I All goods shipped are lequired to be particularly marked and arc Ht the risk of the owners thereof. s5 r jWa >? NEW AllRANOEMENT ~FOR fli SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. Sandy -w^ ^ u . ,1. linn* and Eatontowu Landing. , The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain John P. Corlies will now run as follows, on aud after Thursday, 27th , inst t?deaviuir New Yorb, Hmm tK* IVot Uultiiwu? every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. ( And Eatontown Lauding ou Monday, Wedutuday aud Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as abovei, weather permitting, uutil further notice. All baggage at the risk of tlie owners. Fare 37\ cent*. N. B.?Stages will be in attendance to convey passenger* from the aforesaid lauding places to any part of the county required. The Shrewihury wil! go the iuner passage, when practicable. jelSr NEW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAOE LINE. For Kingston, anc Delaware and Hudson ^^^^*Cai"l?steamboat* EMERALD and NOR The KMKKALD, Captain John Ketcham, will leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at b o'clock, I' M? ' Will leave Kingston (Ron'Vut landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 a clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain Jolin Samuels, will leave New York, foot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at i o'clock, P. M. Will leave Kingston (llondout landing) every I uesday and ; Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. EXTRA Till PS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday momingat 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at ) o'clock, same day. For freight or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW & CO., a21 3m* r 101 West street. NEW ARRANGEMENT. FARE ANI) FREIGHT REDUCED. _nn ~l REGULAR MAIL LINE?FOR PKO51jJ3*VII)KN< K AND BOSTON, via, STON amCJE-INOTON AND NEWPORT?Composed of the following superior steamers, ninning in connection with the Stonington and Boston and Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Cant. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARHAGANSETT. MOHEOAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays e*cept- 1 ed) from Pier No. I, Battery I'Lice, N. River, at 5 P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stoniugton and Newport, and Friday for ( Stoningtou. _ The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tues- ' day and Tnariday for Stouington, and Saturday for Stoniugton, Newport and Providence. Passengers, on the arrival of the steamers at Stouington. will be immediately forwarded in tlie splendid and commodious I'ari of the Railroad to Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will proceed in the steamer Mohegan (in superior or- I der) from thence at 6 o'clock llie following morning, thus giving them an opportunity of a night's rest ou board th? steamer .Massachusetts or Rhode Island, aud then breakfast oil board th* Mohegan. The ahove steamer* have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel aud the comfort and ?ecurity of passejigers, and not snri>aesed by any in the United States. For passage or freight, which is takeu at very reduced rate*, apply on board, at north side of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route anu steamers' berths onn lie secured on board, oral we onice 01 HARNDEN Si CO., No. 3 Wall stivrt CT'On snd after the 10th inst, freight will not he received and forwarded after half-past 4 I'. M. m9 6ni* m M. S. BAM. fa CO.'S CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH, MILLEDGEVILLE. MACON, ( OLUMBU9 U FLORIDA PACKAGE F.XrRESS. MessrT M. S. BAI.L & CO. will receive Specie, Bank .Note*. Bundles, Sample*, Packages and Canes of Goods, and forward them by theii Express. to and from < harleston, Savannah, Milledgeviile, Macon, ana all the way stations on the Central Hailroad. Also, by the steamboat St. Matthews, i Captain McNelty, on her regular triimto and from Oarien, Brunswick, St. Mary s, Black Creek, Picolatta and Palatka. M. S. Ball it Co. will pay particular attention to the purchase of Goods, collecting and paying Drafts, Notes and Bills, and the transaction of any and all kinds of business, at any of the above unmed plan's. They will also forward Goods and Merchandize to any part of the United States, w hich may be sent to tiwir care. They intend to put on teams to run regularly through from Macon to Columbus, under their own charge, to carry all kinds ol merchandize, with all reasonable dispatch and safety, on the 1st of October next. Messrs. M.S. B. & Co. having made arrangements with the Central Railroad Company of <Georgia, for an apartment under their own lock, and with a Messenger always in charge, oiler superior advantages lor the prompt and safe conveyance of all valuable articles that may be entrusted to '.heir rare. Merchants, Blanters, and others, desirous of receiving their Goods with prompt dispatch, will lind it advantageous to direct to them. k/"" Office at Savannah, 153 Bay street; Macon. Washington Hall; M. S. Ball fc Co., Milledmville; Agent at Charleston, S. C.. A. Head, 94 hast Bay; S. rhilbrick, Agent for receiving and forwarding goods and merchandize at Savannah. M. S. B. 8t Co. will advance cash for all freights on goods sent to their charge. Charges no more than the ordinary way of obtaining goods. au2# lm*r FOR BUFFALO AND ALL, PARTS OF THE WEST ASSOCIATIONPAS^Iuk" oh KICK TO ALBANV. Utiea fi 00 RochMter, $3 00 Syracuse, i ? Buffalo, 3 SO Oiwi'co, a 2J lip. and Lower Cannda 6 M) By the fa*t line to Buffalo and found, $8 00. Kor p.ujMKe appl v to . . >1. L. RAY, an2l 1m m <tj Barclay street, New York. I'ATKRSON RAILROAD. From Paterson to .lersev City. On and after Monday, 17th July, the car* will leare Peterson Depot Leave Nrw Von*. ? A. M. # A. M. JIM " "H P M. 4 P. M. 4 " ON BITNDAY8. Leave PaTEMo* Depot. Leave New York. 1% A. M. A. M. j p. m. 6 p. ?4. Transportation cars |>1 daily (Sunday* excepted.) PassenJ:er* arc advised id be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlandt street, a ew mmutea before the stated honr* of departure. Jyl9 6m W TO r YORK. FRIDW MOR K?R HAIJVAi k I IVEHfOOt TV P >1 Mai *i??? J?K.r PR'TAN N * ' 1 ? > " > i 't'-r. *.1 fl riaar I* L"'I|m4 tit* r??(r In Htl?( ? M. All H l.. I? HKIt.lMMJ. , *?-ui A * i Wj m? _ ?,?, MMV ?llll NMTINK llMia /CcTj I ) U iIIkik K .lli. . - T? Mil ? Kilaubt. (Vf r *f I U. "III. *1 Itfi.I f \l . |kI W II S ol .. . n? < >ai I 1.? - I ,-ri. i |? k'l ! ? KMC l? ? ? hru>t .? .*! ?4 I'M is ?? ??.? . t.|r* l. f ll?n?i?i llrr >?! i ?.. #i? vV-gMilt hrnnM. til irlf N n?1 mi4 DM Knt m ? ? %? ! t<>* ralnaa or mwiki fw h(k V?ulil >!* '? ( ? t laurtrvtm ?|fl . to J II BUOWMI. 7 Mr J.? Wall .1. |A? "I I- HI V K It U I l ist t.v I \< HI r* I.IWKhHi I'ark? ..I tkr inl, w.HMnl.i HK'11" lutullm* twin Jiif II IINNU (41 fcTi-.tii.ti *ill k? A>|a*<'M < (k>? (n niikr Ail I ?fkia?*-? mwhitlM ?iiN .-,aii? u? auk> tHi I* JOHN MM'l>\IAN H M1I1 Inri. mil W <11 it. N B r<ui<> IriUMMi^ M11J im Liiripml Ml ru usual W ?* ?< Hi 'H? ak"i> >| lrri<li4 p*rk>1 ?hi|- fl W| ?? ?" Hf Ifcr liar .<! I hoar rmmI ttlaa HWWI lWr|| |lir?4 ru 4f?(u If ul MhiWI i-atakU IN all Ikr |*fta? l|-?l Itiwua itiriiitin-l llr IW4 kiat t-xM <u4 na Mmia J Bat.1 k > tM< I.K'r|?al, ? ] Mum. J Ball. Iha h u Kilt lart' fl |'??liral.r. ijft) a* ikm >St H?K Ll\ KHNHIL K<-?uUi ~l\.?k?t ,4 tkr Ijtk Ik |"'? 1 k? ( km'id l?M -1I1..* |?i krl dill' -n. 1, J>T -T> I'll ^ \ WllliM) 1 .14 TV 1-aitlK. mm !.?> a ill ?atl > kri i*-snl? ?<> Hum IW ?ai?n.'f iHna?4l<ii<?i <> rakta M rilna ui'l lln-ri|f |?un|?r>. |a-rciua lalnAai In ikiaM auk' maxlMI* iHl'i'i't < knij |f?.i <4 VU>4ru laar <it lu tto ?b.crik?r. JUUH'II VlrMI HK?I. MB riw 0 , tunut ??f Wimrti. TIm alKi! t ?kt|> ? i'I wr .an<v.lril ki lk? ?? > n liH.J |'v k'l il>*|i hh > HlpA *1. a|>t Urthni II* (km, i?hiI na tin I'llli *k-|4raikr? fW?.ia? m-ihIim* ?' r ? Ikhi4 raa mn'thMH Imatkl nut I" tk akixr .l.ip w aai ?f tkr Main ui k'-t?. tailing I mm Ijn fjN? 4 ia (U lat .Jtli a?4 tHkiHur r> month. DtilU mill al?.i W tii^a. m aam* t? *?it tk- e??awmni*i>f Iuhh. m iiliini;'11 f'mil In ill* 11 Iik-.iJ. ihi tk?- ''mi ttirt?l B<nk if IivUimI <an all lt< kram Iim ik'tmiWrnt Mir kia?d..m Mil1I1 at ?it-li|: aim. driDi |? v akk ia an* |*art nt Knalaail Mr<4 tlx! atio ill'I'hMil MIVMi. * r 44^* Von I.r 1 k t AfcMfcT, .*rk? a,? m?.N Oh IHK \U ST 11. I.r Vvooutf.itsr master. I2'4f t?us, will Mil ua lire r?i?Ui 4a>, th* lhtli Sept For fp'uiti or (humi**, lifttittc s? r??w?.MUi?< ?s i?r?ni?t1l*<d (< ? dei^mce aud comfort, *pjl> ? < lnurd *nt aid* Kurtm* ?lip, or to WCMWHI LL h MINT! HN\ 9? Hoalii it Price of passaip- $ T V l'l? Hup |Mrki*l aii(|i KocheaU*, i John U;.m?ni, Ml toii?, will tunwd (hp (^umi uf llf Wr?i, uid uil on hrc rr|ulard?v, If Oct hei ?irr MU i i \ i11 I \? K M ^ <>!< UVKHwP* 1 '1 mSmL -< <? i'" w. i ui K[.N i'? i m wmt, r?Ui?li'r I Ml tons, ( 411 P. \Voodh"ii?r, will Mil .>ii Hatardav, pith Srpfeti U-r, l,?-i r?-.;ulii da\ ? 'I 1 k ' aver built in the cit\ ? ! New \?rk, i^ fitted ui> w ith e?ef> modern improvement tlut can ini|"ii r.m i ni |a MM9 cabins are verv -l'" ""is and su|?*iM > In Her Iwlwmi onki a si lie rootn* on d?? k I??i .m lording accommodations *u|trrior to an) ??llwr shit Persona about to visit ti?e old country will study t!? tr interpat and comfort by M'lrctinj[ tlu? inijcmfict-jit ?hi|? h?r im?laye, early application should br umle on Uurd t -of ?>fl llurliuit ilip \M*it aiue, or to \V. k J. T. T\P*t t)'l I, 43 IVck ?lip, cor Koulliit. The Queen of the U>it will ?i 11 from Lnemool n the >il? ?.f Novemlier. Per*ona wishing 1? x liave tlietn brought out m her, or otlu-r first class ship*. miIiiiat weekly, on favorable terms Drafts for any amount, |*, .?> ! mi demand, without discount, nif all the pnu? tpil i<>*ut of Kngland, Ireland, Scotland or W J lea, roust urn) for sale aa ibove. The Sheridan will iiicrec.1 the Qii'^n of the West, oid sail I I v BLACK HALL. OK OLD LINK OK LI V * It rf^rcjfWl'ooL PAf Kl fs Reswl 1 1 ' &&&&**Tilled i v. tIn 19th H i>f Tb> nmarliabh I t %nlo?w lew cop|H*red packet ship IIIHi .HNI A < ?pt oil llnuf ou . w ill tail positively a* above, h?-c regular da> . ? Tlie accommodations of flu* IIiIm-iui * for ? thin. :M e?l>iu out itcerajjc puinifteri will on in&|nation l??- louud i?? U f?ti? I ? ? f hi every w.iv that cau add to th? coiuf'il ??f ll?o -emh?ikt?i<! for the old country, who should nm fail to ? ill oid % o???? Iter accommodations before |?a\m * p* * in "?? mini t. -.1 The price of pas>iKe is % rv l??w, I aho li md t?? s.. m- tin* lie.st Ix rllis, eirly application should l?. uii<l" >u l?o.?r?l t ?i I Beekman street, or to tie- stlhsrriltei lion IK, BHOTinits K < O V, Kill (on !!> %'. li?-\t d<M?r It the I- ill foil Kink P. S?Tin* Ililwniia ?*ils from I.i\ i{< I <?n it* - lit V.* ??? U-r. IVnoui neiitlint lor their lYi**u?U ? ?u l??\ tl?* in Mil in liei. iii in iii\ ol'llii |mi'I i -i, line, sailing from tftat i?o?t imuciiialti on tin 1 I "*>Kr?'"mW.'i'j.'riv.. wv.,r?,n... c?-d th.' Hiberuin, and ail lot Liverpool .11 il, l?i I <). r Iter regular day. mm Xgjg- K1 KHULL, ENGLAND?A Am cbmAmmnKrerarV'*111 **Mel, now loading,eouM flMMh"! I'd'11 I " . 11 imme.li I'e application <. Ill id* '<> WOOIMII'LL UAIINII IINS, al5r H7 South str?*t. Jrfg- FOR IIA VRE?To tail 15th Sen?mb?r?The inwP/WrVpfrior copper fattened and coppered French *lnp I V i i .la"'" ' ' '*!" For I'reigh or I'or pixjtf lur u t.irli she has very comfortable accommodation*, apply to BO* D fc HIN( KF.N, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, se7 Itr Corner Wall and Water street. Mf- PACKET KOIl HA\ in s, , ond Line The MHftjfWship ST. N|l OLAS, John B. P.-II, master, will -isil ??lk|?nn the l.t of October. BOVI) HINCKEN, 9 Tontine Buildings, s6r corner Wall and Water street*. Mg. KOU NEW ORLEANS. Louisiana and vWMrV.New York Line?Positively First Regular Packet? fiafliHb'Phe fast sailing packet ship III NTSV1LLE, I apt. E. Cornell, w ill sail as above. For freight or passage, having handsome furnished accommodations, apply on board, it Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E K. COLLINS Jk. CO., S6 South st. AgentJ iu New Orleans, Hulin fc Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain C llill.ird, "ill succeed the Hi.ntaville. si ec DISPATCH LINK KOR NEW ORLEANS? MsjWfV- Regular packet of the lOtll Sept.? lie lirnt cl.iM.packship V ESPASAI v, biirtli-n Mi) tons,(-apt Harlow, w ill positively sail as above, her regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin ami steerage passengers, are not surpassed by any vessel in purl. Persons in tending going south should make immediate applicatioii on hoard, at Pine street w harf, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY. tir inn Pine street, cornel oi tMMh ijfj?- FOR SALE?The well known coppered and copper fattened ship SYLVANUS J EN KINS, Seymour, MMt-ilhB'n aster, burthen and register '>17 tons, carries WW.oroi lbs. of cotton from Mobile, was built in this city by James More an for Samuel Hicks St Co. under the inspection of Jo?i?h Macy?her apron transom and top timbers of live oak and locust?has standing and running rigging in good orde-?h id new inasts four years ago?is well adapted for a whaler, having a flue rooiny declt. Lies at Dover street wharf Her inventory can be seen at 51 William street. For terms, apply to s2 lm*r JONATHAN OODEN 4c CO il William st. NEW YORK mm k BOSTON SOU No PI LOT. AWF.N PRF.SCOTT, Pilots, or tike* charge as master and pilot of vcsaela bouud to New Bedford, over Nantucket Shoal*. Boston, Portsmouth, Portland, Kannebeck, anH OTHKR PORTS. Office at Frye & Shaw's Nautical store, 222 Water strait, comer Be*'!!!!!*!!- Reference to a uuinlier of mer chaut*, and the several Insurance Companies in this city, {Joston. and Portland ivIR IMW L.NEWVILLE, (de Pari*) Ladies' French G?ii'T Boot and Shoe manufacturer, respectfully informs his customers and the Ladies in general, that he hi* reni<>ved to No. 385 Broadway, between While and Walker street*, up stair*. Brodiguins anil Soulier* dan* le Retire de Pari*. *0 3t*ec BOOT AND SHOE STORE. JOHN HEADY respectfully infonu* hi* frieudi and the public, that he has MMWCM business in the above line, at No. 90 Nassau street, where he will thankfully leceive and faithfully execute, all orders he may Ik* favored with ou the mott reasonable term* for e??b IvOTv READ 8t VANDKI'SK.N, SALE ANI) EXCHANGE STABLE, 150 Broadway and 16 Crosby strict, ifl The above Stable* now exhibit eijjht pair of excel' "r? horses, fresh from the country,lit for well trained ( \ s \_coach horses. Also, a number of well broken and sound siiikIc horses. 'Entrancein each street. *fi 'w*r JML TO LET?The rear part ol the store, No. 218 BroadF itf way, under the American Museum, sire of the,room ilx'iit 50 bv 15 feet; entrance through the hall adjoining; or a separate entrance can be had from Broadway, next to the bank, living one of the most central situations ill ill- city, and well located for a billiard room, or almost any otlier business.? Possession eau l?c had immediately, Euiinire on the premises, of L. BUSHNELL. s7 2w*ec tKOR SALE OK TO RENT?The PREMIUM MILLS, with II or 15 rnn of atones, with all of it* extensive machinery, situated near two mile* from New lie, Westchester county, and State of New York, and in immediate proximity to the city of New York, now in order for an extensive business ill tlonr. and can grind and pack 100 to 150 bu 11 each day, or could lie most advaulaireously IMPWywl lor any other purpose which might require extensive water power. The reputation for the pa?t 35 year* enjoyed by the Premium Mill*, and their proximity to New York, with the facility of transportation afforded immediately adjacent, by way of the navigation direct to the Mills from any port, render the facilities for business unexceptionable to tlnne desiring such an e?tablislunent. Apply to HENRY PARTRIDGE KELLOGG Esq. New Rochelle, N. Y.. Kellorg's Ville, or to SILAS

WOOL), Ksq 59 Broad street, New Ymk. New Rochelle, August 23, IB43. au2R2w*r ^ FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROpw PERTY?A small Farm of about sixteen acres, in the XaALhiKheet of cultivation, *iliia'ed hilt live mile* from (he I lobokeu Ferry, leading to Jhe city of New York. Thi? property has on it ail excellent 2li story dwelling house, 35 by '25, built in the most approved *t>le of the State, with outbuild iuK* >IMl alt oilier convenience* I.I 111 iKr II Minimi' mr .1 irauesman's residence wishing to retire from the hustle nf the city, and yet t* able, within an hour's drive, to tisii his counting house, as two stage* pa*s the house night and morning. It ia also suitable to the market gardner or small farmer, at the mine time taking boarder* from the city. U;it above all this, what a situation for a roadside taiern, which it has bwn known as the St. John'* llall, hemic situated between lloboken and Hac ken sack, embracing the w hide of that ureal tralic that passes those place* to the interior of both those stales. New York and New Jersey. The said Karin w ill be sold cheap, the present proprietor having business in Kncland. N.B.?There is about si* acres of first rarte potatoes; also five acres of buck wheat; a quantity of young Iruit trees, fcc,, all in a flourishing condition. Application to he made to Mr. WM. MeDONNELL, Auctioneer, 171 Chatham sWeet, Eew York. If more convenient, a portion of the purchase monay may rewain on bond ami mortcax*. an# im*ec THE WELL KNOWN SOLOMON HUNK. M D., MO has practised in this city opward* of nine years is a J" medical physician aud surgeon, keeps his offiee No. 5? Reade st. near Broadway. _____ 'm*f Bit OWN SHEETINGS?JO bales ritra heavy, just received and for Kv >RK H NING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1 Sh'GAKS. " Thm'i a delight in imokuc, noiM but tmokrrt know." TH? ?.t, iii( i?lrur, wlien y* know wltere to find V -|c?r ''"it |?aiMm the quality rare OI>nli*?niiiis Uw ipirit* anil cheering the mind, \nd oualilr* lli? tntokrr to puff away cart-. 'I lii-. luiurv alway* your aura to obtain, ll on 8KI\ AS hi Vlaiden Lane promptly you rail; Ill . IIU V I II mm < Mil e, >1111 win no so mini, For he gives tatiifactinii anil pleasure to all. Ilia HrK.tr> are the choicest, most exquisite brands, I; i competent agent selected with care, Pirei-i from Havana, by *|iecial commands, Vinl none in ibe city w itli his can compare. Hit ( Hum, Kegalias, La Normal, ami Start, Noriegas, Trabucas, Victories pure ; Principe, KvpiMnrn, I in| iei i tl Scgars, l'li? l>^st in the couutn tint you cau procure. I Jt u, I,a Norinaa, ami I 'impress beside. Hi. Dos I nmparieros and exquisite brand, Willi others lli.it have coinpetitioii defied, I- .ir his customers, SKI X AS li.it always on hand. In ?<!' r t>i ecnie t continuance ol' the approbation ami custom nil winch il.l \ AS liat Invii so long favored, lie has engaged a iil ami I'ompent aip-nt in Havana, to select the Tobacco in ( .u|?riuieud ibe making ul all ugars that he imports; con111 K, I in w irr lilt .,11 sold liy Inlll to be genuine. Ilis .i . k nu bind i? more riteusive and su|>erior to that of any ?iin 11 ii establishment. lt-iiM-?nber i lie Number, 3 MAIDEN LANK, Howard's Hill au23 lm*r ICiAM. TOBAI < O. SUGAR & COFFEE, t/v | vj \( \ J t' MT l(K< KIVEl), of the celebrated Lord By0\'tVA/V/ ruu br.u?l, cniiaistiiiii of Regalias and inediuin site Mrgars. a MA of the Florida brand, do do do. j ID,MM Low price IIavailu, do do do. 14 Hales ol <inlaa Tobacco. Bales of Havana do. a < .?ves of Free Labor St. Jafo White Sugar. II Bags ol su|? nor do Coffee. F?r sale by A. A. 8AMANOS, an 17 l?*r No 6 Wall st and 28!) Broadway. S\ l H, i 11< \ li> AND T()BA< < O?Just received per recesii aim n. an importation of choice foreign Snu(l'*, awiMiuil i l Lund, I ' nl's Irivh high toast ;huh dried Welch, ii.,,11.,Ml'. v |- \ , in Htri.liurv \l,,rlnii\Iiiitlure i'rinre Mill ? I UU?' .issortlll'Mlt ..I .1 ii.' ,ii? ^ ifT, I 11.. ?ubft4 iiU*i s manufacture. ' Moriftfa," "La NorK?g ill " I ?i.rf.-| t, < ivrntliili 'I'otwn i. of tli?* hi*lit approved brand*, Turkish, . (i , lit *) s?tUil,m. ana Spanish smoking tobacI5"\ il jmii'iit in ifdie*; fl i I every article * d ' accoaUt'i wubliihawniti for il* *4 and ituil by < NKWI OMIJK it SON, ? fl No. 4 Wall it. Ixil.t I,N wV\KHAMf) Lim OK8, N S31. .Uii itrerl, New York. Til II adeem?er has fur ulr the foliowiaii choice importation. ? ' i!ir \t-r \ U*t ?ju .lit. , m/ : (Mil Ki> ? h Hi iti r uk ami bottle M Il lici t i 0111 " " " " IImmi iii^Ii " (nii|H<rtf?! in 1800) " Mad- i? Wiue in i'i??r? <tnd bottle M Mn .r\ , >1u*r4t, H' ldt-aiiv. Marseille* M < . .' ' I , i ; <m. I uors uuadulterated aa N tlf? hn " in UK POT OM.KNTLKMKVH K A \l V DHKHS AHTKLKS. IO M>V MADKLINKNS i NDKIl OAKMKNTH, tic.lie. 'PIIK 11) ' would ? ?ll the attention of their |tatrona and I itmuv ? ? uituitf this cit to tlnir m h and exteasive as?>rt tie-tat of it?M k? t. iiU, a i \\ its. glomes, saspeader*, pocket i < jfi'wn ; i- t . I units wool, merino, l>- u k Ui ?>th*-r uiid*'r shirts and draw?it 1 hr*. assortne ill oiilie above goods, and all other articles j flfMflMMBC to a i?ntlsii*ir? wardroW are rich, varied, and rstrttaite, 4'id w*-l| worthy I lie attention ot th?* foliionahle i 1 w . III trl) i oiniii'Mid their new i mi ?nt tunny pi in . improvftneutji. I \ ,.? i! irtured by them, are cut to suit the * y 'I r.i away with the I irfe overplus ol In * n us**! uud* r the old system of cutting. aud additiK not . m.I * i. '-in to the I-. mt> of the i I is iMii?rmefi > v* i manifest to the Indues of the il? it 'ti ii,* pi. iitiitm w in ? ? IIM HIM tm M nbri thru |i.f elastic Brace h particular!) wfs?lo *11 |?rtiiai who have act)aired tlie habit . tlmipiui 'IVy will \mr f. mid of immense benefit to persona of ?*d**?it/trv habits, by I'Mdlf the shoulder* tbey strengthen tie iMck, and riptml tie rlw*t, uid will be found of uo im|?edlI v II itteutio?s to tln-ir |>if?nt el??tic )<u*?ia or riding b?lt. fJentletnen mt\ d>'|eitil on Itema nit?*d with th?* be?t and most f.ulnouable artielm, by callms at the old establishrrwut o| rAKSKLI.M h AUATK, au ? ImVr fJT Bmaaiway, comer of I'ark |l ir^ i \ .II i K( i . I\l(Al'f- H AM* TAILOlt.il John *.rreer, near William, ' 1 i or n't Kirnieufa ??f taiperiov workaaMHikhip. md is lie m<?l lt?hion;ibl;* ?t>le# at hit usual low |irim. (irtiilMii'ii in want of nets and fa?hionable cloth k I |o?t] I .M.I,. ,n. tUnl. r. \ (nil will l?- nuffiM'tit to lonvmre til. ?i n'Mmnlfil, that i<>( hesul) <>l til, at vie ?>l workmau till' tii'I ill uili . alraordm tiy low I'm > a. this establishment cannot be ?ar|ia><?l l>> an) in the city i ml' imn IuiiikIiiiiii tle-ir um ?>"?U ean have tliem mole and truinated?a B? :M In warrants*! or llie price <if the good* Maiual mil lint Tl'SM* i >?? wm t. jknninuste co. hf.M'KKK AM) TAILOItM. Ill Broadway, Ammtu lliiUl, u|'|?>*ile the Kouutain. aolirit attention to aasortiie-nt n i rtiiil-nx I laths, I uninrtn, V?Wt UKs, ke , in all the new and varioaa stylea, under tlie uwr ui r thtl the ititm of " small itoliis and <|uirk returua," Winch hat elicited to librral a patrowwe, will be Ciiii!lulled, while our atrsn^emeuta are auch as wiH enable us to till all ord?i> in future with ^MMMMi \ feature la tin establialiinent, wliirh must commend it to ln( it'ii lea I immediate use, ia tlie additiou to <>ur stock, of aii aiKHtiwul of Aral quality ready mtd. liarIQ'Uts, Conaiatiuf uf Hurt oats, Krncka, Ureas Coatt, Palilalooos, Vasts, Office Coats, 'i rarellioK K recks, Dreasiun liuwiu, kc A collection ol **ilk tind Sa'in Scarfs, Crarats, list dkerchiefs, Oloves, kumdti, hosim f, I'lilrr Hlurts, Muslin S''irts, Collars, hr. At pritu which must offer indnretnsuts to purrhaaera JrM lii'M HM) T Ml.ltUS T OLIVER woal.l inform the trade JUt 1 he liaa removed lnsoilirr lo IJ M nden Una, wlien- he offera for mIi- Ilia I st ?lcm fur Meonrin* mil Dr illing t i iaftn uta, loift tlier with the latest Kail aud Winter Kaalnoua for Mil ami t sllw*m rl' O TAILORS.?#TINKMKT'S N-w and ? mplete Sya1 l. in foi l uttmc ever-, kind nt Kaaluoaahle I iarmem now in vo|W, la raadv for delivery. Aa the re|?ataliou ol' lit* author .ia a I'aaliKHi ililt i utter, la too wi ll known to re<ptir> new <|?|?r comment. Tina m alcm I-, Willi cmiluli'tti , offered lo tin' tniili ?lint a- a mere 11 In || iii* iii i. ii (or .|?i ill iIimii. ) hill is tin' moat practical and coin|i|. le work eter I'lihlialieil on ilua subject. It la tlie n?ult of inaui years eitenaite and la?luoaabis practice hi Ni w ^ ork and I'aria, aud will be found to contain tach ample, plaia, and preeiae iiiatrurti.ina, 4a lo enakb eirri student to cut with and certainty, all llie various style, of tarmenta now worn, Itoth in K iurupe and Aineiica. This system iMiniot I" alfcted In tlI- lutlif i hin? i of fashion, and ia recommended to llie prole?aiou aa a alaudard work, and may he obtained "I llie anlhor, 'U I eilsr street, and can he forwarded lo any |>art of the I mini Stales .1 eoiljia * r MIIM I VI ANUKAI I < IK V, AM) OKNTLKMEN'B Kl IINIHIIINO BTOHK, CU MAIDKN LANK ?Just ree.ived tlie lateal and moat " * approved Krench pattern ahirta A fneral assortment ol alurta, under farmenta, hoaiery. iratata. handkerchiela. kr Sl.irta and under garments made up lo order aud repaired at abort uotice. Kor sale, a CountiliK llouae I teak, with three drawers and book rack. WM. I OLLINM. in-it tin* r / ' KNTLKMKN'S LKKT OKK \VAKI?IU?BK??)eai|e. " incn or familna deairoua of convertiua their le?t vt wear iii| apparel into cash, caa obtaia for the sane tlie liiflnl cash price. To familiea and centlemen <|niltiuf tlie ntr.or rhanciaa realdeuce, liavtul any aupwlluoiia effecta lo dispose ol. Mill nnd it much to their silvautace eo aeud for tlie awhacrile-r, who will atteud them at llieir residence by appoiutni>ut. ii Lkvktt, No I Jithn st. New \ ork. A line thronith thr po?t office, or uther?i*r, will rseetre prompt attention. I l> thiiiK cleancd, altered and repaiw4. Wl? iBf FOK SALt. ATI'. II DAHLINOS 71', M,?l.^ lane and 4 Liberty a\ atfect, the i liea|>eat ami te*t a<-lerted a'ock ?if KHKNt rt, KNoLlsil k Ok. KM AN VNi V (MiOM, Conalatinif of Needh s, t "iwha. Cutlery, I'iim. Bnaahes, Jewelry, Hooka and I.>es, Ivr1uni?rj-, ?t?*l IVlia, I'l .1 I III *1 .! . Itu ra MC|r u Willi all mln-r arllilea inclint-d in Ik- al?m- ImII. D. would ?ut?- for th? l-tirin n| I omtity MnrhMli. [Ydlara mill othrra. ?Hn ma, |dawar In rail. thai all fwod. >a. Il? abovr line will br aold mi iht moat la??r.iMr trrma mM lit* r II M I'KY H n. \ in, ^ O. lit William aliwp"t, f na?-r < ! i.ioi a?o? i. aad 417 Br ..ad L~ w<| haar hi itrd, hv w.-?iit arm ..la, an raiawalt* aawdi af tha following KAV< \ OOt M?H, m. I. ?? nielli .. lectrd by ? rnm|?mil i?raon al Tana, Herlm. k< and ? l.i< It they offrr for aalr. in wlwikaala aad utail. .? lik-ral ikh, Ti*:? Baffin Zrphvr and Itrrmaa Worawd?fh? mm imflin aa ortmrnt. Merlin Kmbf'iil'ry ParMtna?a rhair* vlxrima. Cauiana lor luabrotdrry, of rmua, wuratrd. Iinaa, ailk. gald lid , iter, nl all widlSa and <,Ualiti*a Silk < Imiillr. for mfcroidarv, trimming aad floara* maktaaa Pnraa Twial. tinman, Kr-nch and h .aliafc, ( lata aad ikadig. iu akriua, aticlia. and apo?la Floaa Silk for Kmkruidery and r ring* irak'-ra la ahaiaa aad OU tiKiolfl. 8na|vudm. ?n|>bly rmbrridnvd. aad ?aa| >ad*T |na "ll'lj, Silver and Si#e| Be*da, la all N a Mother of IVarl, tfcild, Hil?e? and Srerl Pwrae Drajaula Child and Silver Kringa, Hr?id, ord, T id, TVread aad I Kmbroidtry K ram fa. and a *ari?ly ol difrwt FaacT Aryel?. Artificial Klowaf*?a choir# aeleriioa. Friugea, of cotti.n wuratrd and ?ilk imi-orted aad < auatK Uimia, T'laarla, Uufloni and all oiImt kind nf |riiaai>( DWILIIKLMH. No. til Imdair. ?M?aN> *f faMta I hn rrrnvnl ? large .?i rlv " iinada. wVxfc ha aflaaa I wholeaale, and retail, at r? .a. i?nle Barlin, /e(dnr, woraled. (Jermin, iu|?i aad aha?'-d W .rued Kmhroidet \ Pattern, a brautilul > I'd ion t'anraaa ol i*r*fy dearription Worated. Hilk, oltm, <K?ld aad Silwa. .mhru.denea, Tna mini iM I- lowi i making i Millr Klim and l'ura> Milk i ! ill 1 I I Artificial Flowera and Mlhrn * ..I ? iron Work Plrfnmrry, to b# aold iu pack n-? fruw % M H ?ruaa. M ?? ? I lnw pnrra Kajicv Not? Pa|?ri. Waf*ra and Knvrinpra. t,*Ml??r ?ii lantr .wortmral of fancy articln. Olovw. Work u4 *?k Cun Riimn ?n<! T*?vl? for porw?. is HTkAP OOODS?HT Falloa ttivrt.-K. ItV N \ C*? to ihr public, llul hrlw m.l artitrd from Pa.'h a larirr and wlfclnl atork ol* rhnira ?m?I fukt f rniiaiatinf in I'll i t tplrndid liMiltrii* H'llmiifi, l.?? .J? tallica, rinliroMWfwl aplrndid caahnarr-- and <<ldua ahiwla, (from * 1 ' $10.J ailk aha w la. rraval 4o, clntlla mm r?taimrrra ol cv?ry kino ?nn Mttmi. ?<inhn?'iii matt> ? k> IS. U ? Ladira dry tiooda |obt?n, mrrrliant Uilr. and lk? public in Kmml, ?rr n'?[*'r*l'iH> intitrd to rail, and r?m>wr> I ttn'mvl?"< llul ili-'ir io?>di, wlnrh will r>inttii ..prti l.ui Im ; short limt1, arr to In* Hold rhrap ! I lm|i! 4 l?*"r MM> THK LOVKRS OK*UPKRIOR HI.Ai K T? \ ? 1 Howi|Ua'a Miltur*.?Thia cttrrm#ly drlicimia and ni? railed Tea, an highly witbrstnd in t'hina and Knn.p?, jnat imported. la now (iir aale at th* (anion TM I ?mi>any'a < rai 'IVa K.atabliahmrnt, 121 Chalham alrart, N? Vori. and II* RHh (MWl. BrooMyn-to packaf^a- Prie? H rrnu and 91 j [ERA! 843. liY Till-: IMtESIDKNT OP THE UNITED STATES. IN Pursuance of I. w, I, JOHN TYLKR, Praidnit of tli" I Ullilril Suti'< ill' Ainvriru, ilo Ui'rrliy ilmUre ami inaki ..I.II.. ^,.11 l.? I..1.1 _. .I I I I,and Offices, in the State of Illtiiojs, at the period* hereinafter designated, to wit :? At the Laud Office, at Dixon, commencing on Monday llm thirtieth day of October next, lor the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships and parts of townships, to wit :? North of tin' base liue, and Kast of the third principal maridian. Townships thirty-si*, thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, forty-l'onr, and forty-si*, of range one. Townships thirty-si*, thirty-Sevan, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, ami forty-one, of ran*'' two. Townships thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, and | forty-one of range three. The south east quarter of suction fourteen, and the south- I west quarter of section twenty-four, iu township thirty-three of range one. The southwest quarter of section two, ill township thirty- I three, of range three. The east li ill' of the north east quarter of section twanty-one, and the went half of the northwest quarter of section twenty- I two. in township thirty-six, of range three. The west h ill-of the north-east ouarter of section twenty-one I in township thirty-one, north of the base line, of range one, j went of the third principal meridian. The east fraction of the northwest fractional quarter of sec- : tion twenty-one, (ou the east side of Hock river,) iu township forty-three of range ?ne, east. North of the base line, and Kast of the fourth principal meridian. ToWlishi|>s eighteen, of range two. Townships eighteen, twenty-four, and tweuty-five, of range three. Townships eighteen, nineteen, twenty-four, twenty-five, and twenty-six, of range four. Townships eighteen, nineteen, twenty-four, twenty-five, and twenty-six, of range five. Townships twenty-two, of range six. Townships twenty-three, of range seven. The northeast quarter of section thirty, in township eighteen of range one. The northeast quarter of section thirteen, in towuship nineteen, of ranee one. The northeast fractional quarter of section thirty-four, iu township twenty-one, of range two. The east half of the northeast quarter of section eighteen, in township twiity-throe, of range four. The east half of tin* southeast quarter of section seventeen, iu township twenty-one, of range sevi 11. The west half of the northwest fractional quarter of section five, in township twenty-one, of range nine. The southwest quarter of section three, and the southeast quarter of section thirteen, iu township twenty-two, of range nine. . ... The west half of the northeast quarter of section thirteen, iu township twenty-three, of range nine. The west lull of the southwest quarter of section twenty, ill township fifteen, and the east half of the southwest quarter of section twelve, iu township twenty-eight, of range ten. The northeast quarter of section three; west halves of sec "...I I,.11? ,.l' a?eiion eleven-, north half and southwest Quarter of section fourteen; east half of section east half section seventeen; wwt hilvc* of sections eighteen ami nineteen; north lialves of sections twenty-one and twenty-two; south halves and northwest quarters of sections thirty oid thirty-one; south half and northeast quarter of section thirty-two: south hilf and northwest quarter of section thirty-three; and the southwest quarter of section thirty*fbur in township thirteen. The uorth halves of sections one to six. inclusive; south went quarter of section six; west halves of sections seven, eighteen, nineteen, thirty, and thirty-one, and the northwest quarter of sectiou twenty-three, iu township Ionrt * 11 of rau^e four. Sections three, ten, fourteen, fifteen, and twenty-five; nerth halves of lections one, two. four, Ave, six ntm, twenty-one, ! twenty-two, and twenty-four; south halves of sections eight and twenty-three; west halves of sections eighteen, uineteen, thirty and thirty-one; southwest quarters of sections six, seven, and twenty-four; southeast quarters of sections four, and twenty, and twenty-two; northwest quarters of section eleven, and northeast quarter of section thirty-three, iu township fourteen, of range six. North of the base line, and West, of the fourth principal meridian. Township fifteen; the east part of an island in Rock river, in section thirteen; also fractional sections eighteen and nineteen, in township seventeen, of rang* two. fractional sections nineteen and twenty-one; west half of fractional section tweuty-two; north hall of section twentylive; e.i?t h ilf of northeast quarter of section twenty-six; south halves of sections twenty-seven and twenty-eight, and northwest quarter of section twenty-eight; north half sectiou thirty; northeast quarter, southwest quarter, uorth half of northwest quarter, and w est half of southeast quarter of section thirtyone; section thirty-two, except the west half of the northwest an .i f? i; sections twenty-nine, thirty-three, and thirty*fottr, U)d itie * - >i h sir of f lie northwest quarter of sectiou thirty-five, iu i| set lit fen "t i ?11 u" fractional sections twenty-one to thirty-two, inclusive, and section thirty-three, iu township seveuteeu of range four. Part of 01 i*l oid in the Mississippi river, in section three, in township filWii; fraction.il sections one, two, eleven, fourteen, twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-seven, and thirty-four, in townsnip sixteen ; and the fractional section thirty-six, iu the fractional towuihip seventeen of range six. At lhe L oid Office at Chicago, commencing on Monday, the t*. tit\-tilth diy of September next, for the dis|H>sal of the public laud* hereinafter desiguatrd, to W it t \ rth of tins base line, ind East of third principal meridian. Kraction.il townships thirty-one and thirty-two, bordering on I th* Hlatf li??> r ??ore fifteen. ^ 1 lie ?M?Y lui'll'iii (II |I|e HIMIIIJI-11 "luvuri HI arvwuii sia, in UrnluliiiitliirtvMlmfof range four. Tlf rut l?.iirand uorthwesit awrier of the northeast quarter of sectiou thr.?e, and iIk* north half of the northwest quarter of the name section, in township thirty-nine, of ratine ei^ht. Th?* mm half of tlie southeast quarter of section fifteen, in owuship i irt. *tl i inge eltrn. The northwest quarter of section twelve, iu township forty, of ranv At the Lind Office at Danville, commencing on Monday, the ' ' Id f Oct i ont, i"t disposal 01 the public lands within (he limits of fractional towuiliii* tweuty-eight, twenty11 hi'', aiid thirty, north of the base line, of range ten, west of f he ?e?'i .11 ?l pf 1111 i|> il hp 1 nil tn. At tli?- Land (Mfice at Kaskaskia, commencing on Monday, da\ 1 Octoberr uext, for the di .p? > il of the public lw?li within tne limits "i the southeast quarter of section thm ind the sour liu m hutwiil quirter ??f tlie same 1 1?I.4* I t^fiit > - l"iu in the M i.v>iv?ippi 11 M i\ 111 townsliii iirtem, south, ("rann 1 hm west. At the Land Office at Kd ward* villi*, commencing on Monday the ninth day of October oeit, for the disposal of the public I withii the limits of fractional sections t birt y-one and rhirt.-tHo, 111 tow nsh il* six north, of nuufe ten west. and frac- , tu at) Bye, in township sis north, ot range eje| * ! w. ?t, constituting ulands numbered sixty and sixty-one, in tin Mississippi 11 \ 1. \t vl? Lsnd Office st Qnincy, commencing on Monday, the tuent third da> of October next, for the disposal of thabublir 1111 ?l? vs it Hiu the limits of the undermentioned tracts, vix : North ?.f the line, and Kaat of (he fourth priuci|?al meridian. TV north half and southeast quarter of section tweuty-three, hi ( ?* m 11 foui "i range thne. 'I'll- ii<iithwe?t quarter of section twenty-two, in township I s. \ >1 Lands approbated by law, for the tite of schools, military, or other Mirpotrs, will ne excluded from sale. 'IV * 1 will each he kept o|*en lor two weeks, (unless the Ui> Is ii< ??M?orr disposed of/ and no longer; and no Private enui . . I land, in the townshi|is so offered, will be admitted until ?h?*r t lie ea pi ratios of (he two weeks. . 1. . id ( the I it) I Washington .this eighth .11. 1 Inm \nirn Domini II4J. JOHN TYLGE H> (he l ieaident ! TIIO I) RLAKK. f anniiuioner of t lie I General Land Office. NOTM K TO l?RK-KMPTION CLAIMANTS. * r, 1- r?"ii ?nf n|.-,I to the right of pre-emption to any lands within tie limits of the townships above numerated, is reI ?h (h - ,111 to dw satisfaction of the laegistei 1 mm, oid nuku payment tuerernrtii ibi* iftif seeing this notice, uid before I. . , 1 . * 1 I 1 It In- | 111>| ir si |?? , i-f ml <> i?i th* tract claimed, alnive designated , otb? rtt 1 * ?ni h ( la 1 in ? ill In* forfeited. TIIO. H. BLAKK, f ommiasioner of the Oeueral l.iml Of Vice, jefl Ifaw to I60ct r \ \ |.o?,KAI IIP PK H* * OKNKHAL JOB PRINT\ i. 1 street n o KnltOd.*TiM mb> ni IVriuintii Manufacturers, Orocers, | m idi it? nsive 1 \ 1 . iphi? I < I to ns liich irt nf 1 in n lug tl I irgest and m??( ?j4?h4i4 i*ki 1 *iv 1 *iit i o-r published in this country or I 11, f ni' | I ..1 nne-rs ar** muted to 1-1 amine our assortment H | I. | l| < Il 4|l X v I- c r?pho I niravtaig -Net d* turns snd plates, suitable 1 .11 kni>* l 'ii-ii > in 11 l ' ~. I "I Mi art, , 1 , . 1 ' * h. ?t? d plain fine , ulors. I 1 I .' 1 . I ?. 1 "rtn it ils ?ii 1 1'11 1 1111 \ 1 y 111 t v ? ,i?f, of fancy I r oa 1111 k' l lm ks. N Hillhead* I irculam. Bills La1 ding llaudhill*. sm?I sll kind* of m**M ?ntii? ptintill*, ete. ut*-<l om miah|r terms ra*ent I ?r<t I'n-wTliis mictnut i? psitictlirly ads|Ked to I fWe |Minting of ( ?rdi, is mi h it ni?-s as ith xreat facility and I 1 1* * ?i? '- in* aid* t i print a pa? k o? lie-best enamelled 1 srd? in is*i miSH'N s ?th es?r * MuCm i<M |* Ii I stivfie anti (mMiuf^i fnre?| tipresnly for j hi? ' .( .I'li liRrMt I Iwmi'i.el and print?*?ft st the following priP?'< ?r?I lot 2#r??nu inn I ards for $1 2'i I IMP y? 1 I IHI Iim ** $| un :* hun * ) v) i ussmu 1 ards s< MHf iWNHON h. i O , I Jg Oo4d street, mmr 111 ton. \ ^ i MM \ N 4Nf> OTIIMt N - ? 'urnr ni 11 imifli stvest.?r Dmumotf* 'b?* 1 r r ?liw? Iw mm4 il?# ptMw ia?i?T?ll\. iImi tlv fwrta**raln|i U<*?n ilv t on-1 J H.Mininl, luu l?*Mi <1.. ?l * ?? I mm'if I r. MWl, tiifi lti?l In- Km tiia Mm ' 1 I "? Ml H.I alii. h 1 ? 1-rn orrni'inl kv kix for thr Mat lit# twi TV I ama Hotel hat Ik?h I It.... m?Mi I?|> inj Ml mmI ?ii? (xalaili u I .Im |4r(* u4 . Ml ..laMr MIIM ??4 I. ..Iiii.tr r-.. ran Iw I MM M 'l<# rM| T>- rwlim 4r|*rlimil |< riHHlwl.il t U ?. m4 mi mHt >"|i4k<I diiIimI n^irj In fmi, I . ' . nl' Mtul \ ?III. Illhmn Aa f il4 4lli* n Mif ?ffy day tl 1 >' Jj.?"a f.w ol .'k IW i>. l? .i' |<i>> of II rmii .?ly n rhiriV il TW WiRtim Wif > tint M? pit i n Hnn d4 fmnl 4wv M (It* MlHlinina Oil) . K' I.IM ikr |aln?l|> n| hll MloW mm .4 J n'baM Ml Hf Willi to iitiUta Mfwfno ar(.M?'4aKa, at d* Im pmiklf ri|w. la*w Urimi.i i \ k' ! '?(> mK Ml?i i. i wM~i3t *ImM > |b> ?Miar UiVwlIni >??i..i-. I llMli M I.K ? "-? >m lit ('mmmi.* Hun nv niln |r..ai Tb? Mi.II m m < Btfliaa ufvrMKM, ?m( . ? k . - ' ' '' -I.' < i'K ? >"? |-i*?i ?, i .. ? . I I 'h? m?y | W rnmt 1 VU.II I A, Knin ft I n'l inn. No. tl Kli it ** - v - v --* ?l?n .iIm i?nK?Ui ufurM- i MM iMr ? ha# M t? ? im i IIM) r. K I LOt.O. N- . It.nl.r4 l mm II IKI II 4..II... - .-.I ... WII.U 1 *?nl. Itatl'l m I N ? I. i< .aw -mMM tt k fr< *!. pataWla waatllii, ttm M..i...... . Hi. k \-?l..(i k |?|||. ?l?r< ?? \|i?n .ifta. In^i k*? H Mkaur H*?. Mil M*? iat> I Kr.LLOOO IRON MM WUriKII ?> I)W#iiM-TWhI 1 arnWf ki ,m i4> lujf a?."?aii <?4 mrn w4 MMM ku4 ln? kifc VI wi I Ini. ???d ao4 * nr. I . I., i Ma MiMaAMiHk mm |ail?i (Mm wtM ha ? . itMl i.i 'anMI k?4 a? aa4 t?iani, >ia aod ImiaUr ?afca T*.' MlwriifcM M ihr .i?Ii ,*ra.M (la lh? nt>) laikiMaMl ka ?ril a* win *f*m Pt Vf l-Wi . Ftuwl tlaI lain fc i imi ( akMk ? mmm aai 4ry I ?il ik mm m k?-i?*r ruinaij M"ail " ???i Ma Mi urs?a?j^rs \nfvizjArrvS HUM IIMI m ?(M If M . 5F4*' M? HH NU inwi-f.1 \ 1 -<H4 Mi lafcM a M prMlb WMt'tfiii MMmI* a? iwgiwW /<ii\I i nk i FM| (Mai Mad M I Ml IM ^MII | j'. "if fcf** iffiTHSn .1 i\m l.?l !..?,?< u? pn r?a tw rwk , hwk i^..k?? ...! ina l??p ? tlv r?r4 I i"i"^ m muM ui mv (xri A iM rii v u ft> i?> taa . { LD. MM TW? CMU K lor Ma (I orrtspoo W-i>< ? ?t tk# ||. r?|4 ) Eamnin, At* m, 1*43. Fiaruin. tatvl of Kitmnntt Our .Yafiiw 4^1^. Jm fortune* of an Am ft fan l.ttrr*tnr?? I Mir* Munroe an/I Floruii S/fntiy - R-ft* turn on fTurida in ihf In/hang' grav* fnrii ? Ito Snto'i f'rj?ditum, 1S3!? -XapoUon'i mndw t yndtmg j+nrt, 17*. James Gordo* H?*xnr, Ea<it ? "Know ye th* land, whfr? the ryprm ayr-tle. A re eml>l.m? of l??l? tha* are lew la thefr cIlM? Wliern the raff* of tha vuilnra, the ol Uititlla, Ne'er melt into iorruar?ne'er m?IJm I* oriBNi? WWn the tinta of the orein ?tb? huaa of tha afey ? In color tlio' varied, in heauty "?ay via ? Whera the vlrffint am aolt aa tha roaea they twiaa, And alt, aava tlx- ?j>irit ol nan, ia dtnaa T" A few years hence, and the man who ahall presume to np|ily thewe line* to any other dime than that of Florida, will !?? considered aa havmff turned Turk, and he expatriated for hia barbariam-and I do not doubt li.id the muse <>t Myron inhaled her inspiration here, Florida would have lived in all fn> ture time, the land of romance, and the clima of aong. That she is yet destined to turmah rich material fnr our (iilnre literature nn one urhn lia? uu>i?>t h-? Can doubt?that she is yet destined to hold a distinguished rank among the States of this Union, til must admit who will take the trouble to acquaint themselves with her situation, soil and climate. Our native writers have been too much accustomed to follow in the foots'f|>H of their illustrious predecessors and compeers of the old world, and framing their writings upou foreign model*, laying their scenes in foreign lands, embodying the history, manners and customs of other nations, and giung such a pre-eminence to the stirring incidents, and grand events of other countries, that they have done great injustice to themselves and their own country. In what section ot the wide universe has its great Creator concentrated so much of magnificence, grandeur, splendor, and beauty, as in this 1 From the broad blue lakes of the icy north, to the gentle streams ol the sunny south?from the sounding surges of the restless Atlantic, to the towering and majestic Alleghanies, nature stands among us, one stupendous and eternal monument, speaking ia her silence of eweet beauty and awful sublimity, the goodness, might, and majesty ol her glorious Architect?furnishing themes and prospects ujion which the mind of man may dwell for ages, and exercise his every faculty to its fullest extent The plain, the prairie, the mountain, and the wood, the roaring cataract, and the rushing river, has each a language of iis own, which addressing itself to the heart of man, calls for audible utterance; and America arnmnun mm un |iuno, mi ^aiumo, philosophers, her sculptors, respond to that call.? So, (should it be written in the decrees of the mysterious future, that it is the fate of her present children to be swtpt from the face of this fair land, the antiquarian of the race which succeeds, may not grope in darkness amidst musty records, and deepburied ruins, tor knowledge of a race extinct; but read it in every volume, and see it in every temple, and church, and stntute, and monument, he dr&wa from obscurity to sunlight. You may siniie at the novel thought with which 1 close the above grand tl iurish on the propriety and duty of our own authors and artists turning their attention 10 subjects purely American?and think "the gentleman" possesses a remark ibly vivid imagination to give birth to such an idea. But it you will remember, I ain now standing on the summit of the green bank of Like Munroe, and gazing far as the eye can reach, over a country which scarce fifty years ago was untrodden, except by the wild man ?t the forest, aud his forest game, and observing? what 1 the quiet lake embedded in its bowers of palmettos, cypresses and pines, which rear their tal| heads high in the air above it, and extend their broad, green leaves like waving arms along its margin, just as they did 200 years ago?but no canoe is there, with its dusky maiden or strong armed warrior, skimming its glossy bosom; the ancient forests are there?but no rifle cracks among its branches?nowar-whoop rises heavenward, from the deep stillness of yonder dark and dense merass?no frightened deer bounds swiftly by as the glancing tomahawk just clears his graceful antlers. And 1 am gazing on a nation's grave ! The red man, as lie was in his aboriginal greatness and glory is no more? his scattered descendants, deteriorated, enervated and corrupted, are hastening towards the region of the setting sun. Alas, for the red man I How soon his sun will set! On yonder hill, a few -liort years ago, his council fires blazed?in yonder shady dell, his victims sang their death song?that rising ground now yields its rich products to its Anglo-Saxon lord, and embowered amidst clusters of orange trees and magnolias, his mansion house standi on the same spot where the Indian's victims fell. No wonder, then, that the idea, at such a time and in such a place, should flit across the mind, that in the centuries yet to come, our race may be doomed to some great disaster ; and when we reflect upon the facts which the discoveries of Stephens have brought to light, and the inevitable conclusions which the skeletons, and mounds, and ruins, found in our own land force upon us?that the Indians themselves, are at least the second race which has 'peopled this continent?what wou.'d at first glance appear a mere freak of fancy, on more close investigation and deeper r? flection, may seem to have some light coloring even of reason. Florida hersell is rich in incidents, and furnishes in her history and settlement?in her people and scenery?abundance ot material for romance, poetry and philosophy. The history of the fortunes and lie fate of the various adventurers from Spain, who came hi-re after her discovery by John Ponce ia ini4_;f?iliiillfiii ih? ?tn?iliiinn nf IV dotn in 1539. would of themselves constitute a work rich in the mysterious, horrid and marvellous?her occupation by Great Britain?recapture by Spain in 1779, and final na'e to the United States in 1819, with the accompanying incidents, connected with which are 'lie disputes and difficulties of the United States in the settlement ol her southern and western boundaries, with Spain, Francc and Great Britain, in the 'rea'y ol 1733, and the singular conduct of the French government in these matters, directed by N'apoleon, Talleyrand and Vergennes?would furnish an important chapter in our history, and suggest m iny singular reflections for the politician and ihe diplomatist But I promised in my last to give you a more partiBtilar description of the country?and also of the location ol Major Taylor. I think, however, I wil| tg tin deter th <t to my next. T*i HaIVHT in Onkid* Couity ?The farmers ?f this county have nearly finished the harvesting of heir cro is, and probably a season of more abundant yi?-ld was never known. With a few exceptions, 'he wheat has been stored in excellent condition. In some of the towns, the farmers are now harvesting their oata. and we believe that they are generally hi excellmt order. There is n* likelihood of a failure of an abundant yield of the corn c">p. rhe warm rains and growing weather of the last Vw days, have brought forward the corn helda i..- ta rrxvrlimit through witn mommnir raiiuiiy. jWfunous portion? o! thr county, we have heard of one fxprenninn of fhe abundant harvest. The f ruM cri p in particular a^ema to have been most ?t?undaut We have noticed many meadowa alnnxt ready for a second cut of stout grass. The varus are .jui'e full, and svrrv where the farmer is < rtmi>el,'d to alack hi* hay, and many instance* his ?ati This certainly is a year of plenty, and we riot* soon t? aee the demand for produce such that the f*r"?er tniy be well rewarded for his labors.? I'lira (thurvtr.