Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 9, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 9, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX?No. 447.?Whole No. 34(H). i i FOH HALIFAX k LIVERPOOL. y&SiTlx Koval Mail Swam Ship BRITAN>^*OWn^NIA. J. Hewitt, Kkj . Commander, will leave Boston for the above porU on SaturtUy Ititli iuataut. Passage to Liverpool 'J?Pusagf to Halifax 20* r Apply to D. BRIOHAM. Jr . Agent, rtr No. 3 Wall street. ^ STf.AM SHIP NKPTUNK. ^Captain William Kollins? iu sail on oaraeua) wcber nh. at 4 o'clock. P. M., for I barleston, Key Wnl, Havana. New Orleans, ana (>dlveaton. Te*a? Tbii. superior packet strainer la now being overhauled and put in perl?ct order for the seaaou. Her caliius ajid state rooms are elegantly furnished, and paaaengeia can rely en every comfort ana accommodation in her. For passage a* above, in the cabins or steerage, and for light freight and specie for Charleston, apply to ^ UKOWFH ?7 6tr 7J Wall st. - DRAFTS ON ENGLAND. IRELAND Sue.?Persons about remitting money to their /^aflinEiAfriends in the "old country," can be supplied with Drafts, iu sunt* of 1, 2, 3, 5, 10. Si ?50. or any amount, payable ou demand without discount or any other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Meaars. James Bult, Son It Co., Bankers^ Loudon, I. Barnwl fit Co., Eichange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, Sir Wm. Forbee Hunter & Co.. Scotland, and t lie branches in every post town throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by the ateamar Britannia, by . , . ? .. ? W. fc J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, corner South st. N. B.?All letters from the country must come post paid. s9 m viiv.a, *lv rinni^u [.aijUIIshj^ iu bJBUSi THE SEA BASS BANKS?OFF SANDY ZZBL HOOK.-The steamboat SUPERIOR. Cfpt. John <>ould, will leave for the Fishing Bank* on Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday and Friday of thia week, lauding at Fort Hamilton each way. < 'apt. Peacock, with hu harpoons will be on liaud. A splendid Band of Music it engaged. Co tillion aud other dauces on board. Bait furnished on hoard, gratia. Places of calling?foot of Chambers street, at 8 o'clock; Amos street past 8; ( anal street past 8; Catharine Ferry, Brooklyn, 9; foat of Pike street M past 9, and pier No. I Battery'. J* past 9. Ou returning at half past 6 oclock, the boat will call at the above places aud laud |>assengers, aud ou these occasions will be accompanied with chambermaids. Refreshments on board. Fare for the Excursion AO cents. Children half price. The Sujierior will make her .excursion to Harlem every Sun day as usual s4 6t*r j&k PEOPLE'S LINE OK STEAMBOATS FOR ALBAN Y-Dailv at 7 o'clock P. M.Through direct?From the steamboat pier between Coartlandt and Liberty streeto, Sunday excepted. The steamboat KNICi^RBOCKER.Capt. A. r. St. John, will leave Monday, Wednesday and Friday Eveuings, at seven o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. At 5 o'clock P. M.?Landiugat Intermediate Places. Steamboat MUKTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Truesdell, will leave Mouday, Wednesday, F riday, and Sunday afternoon, at 5 o'clock. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brajnaed, will leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. Passengers taking tkis Line of Boats will invariable arrive in Albany m ample time to take the Morning Train of Cars for the east or west. The above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with neat and elegaut State Rooms, aud for speed and accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson. For Passage or Freight, apply ou board, or to P. C. Schultx at the office on the wharf. s4 BMii SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNING" LINK Am ffnriii"' ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate !SCaa3B3E_Lau(liiiKi?Froin the steamboat pier, at tlie foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Diuner on board. Leaves Nw York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Landing at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newbnrgh, Hampton, Poughkeepsie. Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, Catskill, Hudson, Goisackie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer EMPIRK, Captain 8. R. Roe, on Wednesday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug. 16. i The new low pressure steamer TROY, Captain A. Oorham, on Thursday, at 7 o'clock in the morning, Aug 12. For passage, apply at the office, foot of Barclay street, or on board. Notiee.?All Goods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kiud of Pro|ierty, takeu, shipped, or put on board the Boats of this Line#nust be at the risk of the owners of such gooes. au 16 r INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSIflZlS^3?TION NIGHT LINE FOR ALBANY fc. SC3CLT1U) Y?Through Direct, without Lauding ? The commodious and tubslaulial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, Capt. O. Honse, will leave New York from the foot of Barclay street, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Frideyisand will leave Albany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will continue these trips lor the snuon. Freight taken at reduced rates. Apply on board. P. S.?The above beat has undergone a thorough repair, and is in firstra;e order. s2 lm*r SEVEN O'CLOCK EVENING LINE '"r ALBANY AND TROY direct, without XmSCC.landing?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot of Courtlandt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday ereaings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. The Hwallew has a large number of state rooms,and for speed and accommodations is uot surpassed on the Hudson. so* ec REGULAR OPPOSITION KOK B(Srva TON. via NEWrORT AND PROVISEZSKdE. DENCE?Fare to Boston 12 50; Deck $1 50; no charge for Berths. Newport and Providence (1; Deck 40 ct#. The faat sailing steamboat CURTIS PECK. Captain Win. H. Peek, learns Catharine Market slip, Kant Hirer, every Monday, Wednesday aud Friday, at 5 o'clock, P. M. For passage or freight apply od board, or to A. D. PECK, 20) Heath at. aui lm*m 7mm NEWARK AND NEW YORK.?Kare on I v 12K Cents !?The splendid steamer PAS3Em>3IOK?SAIC, after Jane ith, will ruu as follows Lsare the foot of Barclay street,' New Y ork, at 10 A. M., aud 4 P. M. Leeres the foot of Centre street, Newark, at 7X A. M , and and I* P M. The accommodation! both for passengers and freight hate been greatly improved. Freight carried at low rates. jy 16 3m*ec 0m 8TATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT WHITEHALL ST.-The steambosU 3?Z3k3bL8TATEN ISLANDERand SAMSON will ran ai foliowa until further notice :? Leave New York I, 9, 10, 12. 2, 3*. 5, f. Leave Staten Island 8, 9, 10, 12, 2, 4, 5. 6. All good* shipped are lequired to be particularly marked and are at the ri?k or the owners thereof. s5 r NEW ~ ARRANOEMENT FOR SHREWSBURY?Long Branch. Saudy Z^JCK.I'.o<>k, Ocean House and Katoutowu Landing. The new Steamboat SHREWSBURY, Captain Joiiu r. Cor lies, will now ran at follow*, on and after Thursday. 27th inst :?leaving New York, from the foot ef Robinson atreet, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And Eatontown Landing on Monday, Wednesday aud Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The Shrewsbury will run as above, wwither permitting, until farther notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Fare 37)6 cents. N. B.?Stage* will be in attendance to convey passengers from the aforesaid landing places to any part of the county required. The Bhrew?h?rr will gn the inner passage. when practicable. nf.W york and kingston steam freight AND PASSAGE LINE. jMM 0* For Kingiton, anc Delaware and Hudson | ^^^^EgiiZjjpf^naNpiteamboaU EMERALD and NOR*^nin?^^1^7'LD. Captain John Ketcham, will leave New York, foot of Murray street, every Mouday and Thursday at i o'clock, P M. Will leave Kingston (Ron oat landing) every Wednesday and Saturtlay at 3 o clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New York, foot of Warreu street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. Will Wave Kingston (Rondout landing) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'cl.?ck, P. M. EXTRA TRIPS. The EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Sunday momingat 7 o'clock. Returniui;, leave* Kingston at 4 o'clock, same day. I- or fright or passage apply on hoard, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW <t CO., a21 3m*r 164 Wat street. ?? arrangement. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. .mm 0M REGULAR MAIL LINE-FOR PROfl^3M^3?VlDENC.E AND BOSTON, via. STON 5E5EB-ington and Newport?composed cf the following superior steamers, rnnning in connection with the Stomngton and Boston and Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Cant. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. run v ium" r. NARRAUANBETT. mohkuan. One of which will Ira re New York daily (Sundayg eveeptsd) from Pier No. 1, Buttery PUce,N. River, at 5 P. M. a H RAN GE >1K NT 8. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Btoaington and Newport, and Kriday for Htomngton. The MABBACHUSETTB, Captain f'omatock, <m Tueaday and Tnuraday for Htonington, and Saturday for Btoningtou, Newport and ProTid?oe. Paa<rnirer?, on the arrival of the atrameri at Btooington, will be immediately forwarded in the aplendid and commodiout Cara of the KailmM to Providence and Boaton. and if for Newport will proceed is Me atramer Mohegan (in ?u|>enor order) from thetica at o'clock the following morning, thu? giving them an opportunity of a uight'a reat on hoard ilia ateamer Maaaachnaecu or Rhode lalaud, and then breakfaat nu boaid tha Mohegan. The above ataamen hare been thoroughly equipped and prepared to pmm<lte celarity of travel and the comfort and aecanty of paaaeuger*, and not aurpaeaed by any in the United StAtM. For paaaage or freight, which i> taken at "ry rednred ratra, apply on board, at north aide of pier No. I, ? Broadway, or ofbee of Samuel Her ran, freight uml, on the wharf. TickeU for the route ana atmmrra' bertha oan be aecured on board, or at the co No , w#|, ^ ir^On and after th. 10th mat, freight will not be received aud forwarded after half-paaH p. M. m!l 6m* m kor buffalo and all part t e web" ?g&a- 49 ASSOCIATION PAS^AG OFFICE TO ALBANY. Utica $2 on Rochester, $3 00 Byrneuae, t B Buffalo, 3 JO Oawnro, * 15 Up. and Lower Canada 5 J* l)y the fait line to Buffalo and found, $8 00. J*'or paaiage apply to m. l. ray, . an2l 5m m #1 Barclay atmet, New York. PATBH80M KA1LROAD. * V1.L From I'atertoa to Jeriey City. On and after Monday, I7th July, tlje can will Irave Pa-ramo* Ditrar Lgavg Nrw Yogg. ? A U ? * - r%. m. 9 r\. tv|. 'iVW ON SUNDAYS. Lratr Patrrhopi Drpot. Lfavr Nkw York. TranaporMtion ear* pi daily (Snndara fwf*p??l.) Pa?miIT" ?T ?'M> bf at thr Kmy, foot of ('ourilandt atrrn, ft* mm at fa bafora lha auud hoar* of de|?rtv?. J>11 im E NE NEW 1 NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS- ~~ PORTATION COMPANY , aIHI f FARE RKDUCKD TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. I From the foot of Courtlandt *treet, New York. ? (Kvery day?Sundays excepted.) Leave* New York. Leaves Newark. . , At 8 A.M. At 2 P.M. At7 A M. At IK P. M. ] 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. 4>i do. I II do. 4 do. 9 do. i>? do. 5J4 do. 10X do. 7? do. 6J-, do. 9X do 1 8 do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Courtlandt itreet. Leave* New Vork. Leave* Newark. At J A. M. and 4j? P. M. At \2K P. M. and 9* P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave* New York. Leave* Elizabeth Town At A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7K A. M. 3? P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8)2 do- ^ ?1?. ! 11 do. 4? do. 10 do. 9>i do. 1>* do. 12 do. The train* for Weatfield, Plainfield, Houndbrook, Homer ille, Bcc., connect with the 9 A. ivi.# auu r. m. ; trains | from New York daily, Sundays t*cei>ted. Fare betweeu New Vork anu Klizabeth Town 25 cents. , Kare between do. and Soinervilta. 75 cents. , NEW YORK AND RAH^VAV. Leave* New York. Leaves Railway. At ? A. M. At 3 P. M. At 7 A. M. At 3 P. M. 9 do. 4 <io. 8 do. bX do. , 11 do. 4X do. '.t}4 do. 9 do. 6)2 do. 11* do. | NEW YORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Fjom foot of Courtlandt itreet, New York daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. At 4 P. M. At 6 A. M. At llfc A.M. , SKdp. 7K do. 8>? P. M. t)N SUNDAYS/ j Leaves New York Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and (?P. M. At 11)4 A M., and #>4 P. M. Kare, except in thePhiladelphia trains, between New York and New Brunswick. 50 cents. Between New York and R&Hway, 25 cents. \ Passengers who procure their tickets at the tickct office, receive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the cou- I doctor only oil the day when purchased. aul9 r SUMMER ARRANGEMENT ~ ! NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RAJ .ROAD LINE DIRECT. Via Newark, Nkwbrunswick, Princeton, Trenton, Bordkntown Abb Burlington. i . . , TTuun" oiPTN* I jnroSjT Leaviug New York daily from the foot of Courtlandt it. 1 Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at 454 P- M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordentowu, from thence by ' steamboat to Philadelphia. 1 The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to 1 Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure their ticket* at the office foot of 1 Cqsurtlaudt itreet, where a commodious steamboat, will be in rewHuess, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wirurat being oiiened by the way Each train is provided with a car in which are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for the ladies' use. Returning, the line* leave Philadelphia from the foot of Walnil# afiVHf In- af*>amlmaf rn Dnrilunrnum at 7 nVl.i/>lr A \1 and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'clock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7>f A. M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of the line* from New York. jy28 3m*ec M. 8. BALL Sc CO.'S CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH, MILLEDGEVILLE, MACON, COLUMBUS & FLORIDA PACKAGE EXPRESS. -SHfet i Messrs. M. 8. BALL & CO. will receive Specie, Baiik Notes. Bundles, Samples, Packages and Cast's of Goods, and forward , them by theii Express, to and from Charleston, Savannah, Mil- j ledgevilU, Macon, and all the way stations on the Central Railroad. Also, by the steamboat St. Matthews, Captain McNelty, 1 on her regular trips to and from Darien, Brunswick, St. Mary s, Black Creek, Picolatta and Palatka. M. S. Ball & Co. will pay particular attention to the purchase of Goods, collecting anil paying Drafts, Notes and Bills, and the transaction of any and all kinds of business, at any of the above named places. They will also forward Goods and Merchandize to anypart of the United States, which may be sent | to their care. They intend to nut on teams to run regularly , through from Macon tu Columbus, under their own charge, to j carry all kinds ol merchandize, with all reasonable dispatch , and safety, on the 1st of October next. Messrs. *' 8- Ik Co. having made arrangements with the , Central Railroad Company of (reorgia, for an aparlinent under j their own lock, and with a Messenger alwajs in charge, offer suiierior advantages for the prompt and safe conveyance of all valuable articles that may be entrusted to '.heir care. Merchants, lUanurs, and others, desirous of receiving their i Ootid* with nmmnt ilinuirh will ti???l ? ? ??;? to them. lf*7" Office at Savannah, 153 Bay slrwt; Macon. Washington Hall; M. S. Ball fc Co., Millrdgerille; Agent at Charleston. S. C.. A. Head, 95 East Bay; S. rhilhrick, Agent for receiving ana forwarding goods and merchandize at Savannah. M. S. B. tit Co. will advauce cash for all freights on goods tent to their charge. Charges no more than the ordinary way of obtaining goods. au26 Im*r M M. mm NEW YUIU AND IlAVitE PACKETS. Second Line?Tlie Shi|>s of this line will hereafter leave New York on (lie 1st, and Havre ou the 16th of each month, u follows, *i? :? From Nkw Yore. Fksm Havre. New Ship ONEIDA, ( 1st March. ( ICih April. Captain < 1st July. < 16th August. James Funck. r 1st November, f 16th December. i Ship BALTIMORE, ? 1st April. i 16th May. I Captain < 1st August. < 16th September Edward Funck.f 1st December, r 16th January. ShipUTICA, i 1st May. V 16th June. C.ij>taiu < 1st September < 16th October. I ! rederick Hewitt, r 1st January. ( 16th February. I NewshipSt. NICHOLAS i 1st June. I 16th July. Captaiu < 1st October. < Ibth November. J- B. Pell, ( 1st February. ( 16th Marsh Tha accommodations of these ships are not surpassed, com billing all that may be required for comfort. The price of ca bin passage is $100. Passengers will be supplied with every re quisite with the exception of wines and liquors. Ooodt intended for these vessels will l?e forwarded by the subscribers. free from any other than the ei|>eiiscs actually incurred on them. For freight <r passagv, apply to BOYD St HINCKEN. Agwn, jeSSee No. #. Tontine BuildinK. eor. Wall and Water stt THE KNW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. m m m m. New Ship LIVERPOOL, 11 JO tons, ^ }*l[; ^ John Eldridge. < Eft & ^ New ship QUEEN OF THE WEST, t'?[!] u.VT.TJ1"' 1250 tons. Philip P. Woodhouse. \ !Siu s5!! Ship ROCHESTER, SM ton.. John Brittoo ' i I6til Jun , Ship hottinguek. iojo to.,,. ]'{?{; Nov^W. Ir* Bursel), |i 16th July. , Those substantial, fast sailing, first class slops, all hnilt in the city of New York, are commanded by men of e?perience anil ability, ant] will be dispatched punctually on the 16th ol t ? month. Their cahina are elegant uid eommodions, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of p.issengem. Neither tlie captaim or owners of these ships will be responsible for any parrels or packages sunt by them, unless regular bills lading are signed tlierefor. K'?r freight or passage apply to WOODHCLL Si MINTVRNS, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS k CO., a 9 Liverpool ~ NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS? To Mil from New York on the 25th and Liverpool on the 13th of each month. &!> dfib m: Ntw Ship R08(!I1IS, Captain John Collins, 25th July. Ship SIDDONS, Captain A. B. Cobb, 15th August. SImp SilF.HIDAN. Captain K. A. Depeyster. 25th Sept Sliip OAHKICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 25tn October. Fiiom Liverpool. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain K. A. Depeyster, IJth July. Ship (JAR KICK, ( apt. Wm. 8kiddy, 13th August. Ship HOSt'llIS, Captain John Collins, 13th September. Ship 8IDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. 1 nese shi|* are all of the first class, upwards of 1000 tons, built in tlM city of New York, with sneh improvements as combine great *|*ed with unusual comfort for passengers. K.vcry carp Iws l?een taken in the arrangement of llieir accommodations. The price of |**sagc hence is $75. These ships ] are commanded by ei|>erieneed masters, who will make every eiertion to give general satisfaction. Neith*r the captains or owners of the ships will be reaponsi III.- nil mi> It-IIT-I., iwiru m i-nminn Kill Dy mein, Ul!li*?? regular bills of lading arc signed therefor. For freight or iiaiangp apply to t.. K. COLLINS it CO., id South ?t., New York, or to BROWN, HHIPLKY h CO., Ltorpnnl. Letter* by the parkeu will be rliar?d I2X centi per tingl I sheet ; Ml cent* per ounce, ami ?fW?|x>i?Ti 1 cent each. jy7 ec FOR N KW OK L K A NH I L0UI8IANNA AND NK.W V011K LINE OF PACKKT8 m m M ^FoMhe better acroinmodstion of ihi|>|>era, it ia intended to despatch a ship from this port on tba lat, Mb, 10th, lith, 20th, ami 2Jtli of each month, commencing the 10th October and continuing until May, when regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the yemr, w hereby great delay* aud di?ap|>ointmenta will he prevented during the summer inontha Tha following ships will commence this ariangamrat: Ship YAZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCONK.r',, ( aptain Jackson Ship MISSISSIPPI. ( aptain Milliard. 8hji? LPyWVILLE. ( aptain Hunt. Ship Sfl A R SIMLARE, Tantain Miner. Ship OAST ON, Captain Latham. Ship HIINT8Vi4.lV'., Captain Mumford. 2 ,,p Learitt. NASMVILLK. ( ai<?Mui Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, taptais Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. Theae ships were all built in the city of New York, etpreaaly for packet?, are of light draft of water, have recently lieen wwly^ti'inwd and put In splendid order, with accommodv tiona for passengers unequalled for comfort. They are com.yr' d. who ? ? makeerery e*ertion ,f -T)l Th*y wi" ? ?" time* be towed UP aud down the Miaaiaaippi by Mesmboata. (hi i l'T.-l'l'Tnh"fi!,r c?l,tain? of thev ,h,p. will be reaponalble Sir jewelry, bullion, precioua atonea, ailrer or plated ware, rh,mr Z]~:nZ\,fcrZkor ft on Lard of For freight or passage, to MiIl.W&SoVrXi? A^t'm 0tNew Orlmns, who w ill promptly forward all goo^a to their ,dd^ss. The ship* of tins l>ne an warranted to saiTjniuctiiallv aa advertised, and grest care will be taken to hare the gooda correcily measured mr NEW YORK ML k BllHTDM flOUNu flLOT. QWKN rUK?('OTT, Pilotii or ukw chw u miutoruid v/ pilot.if rraurU bo?nd to Now Bedford, orrr N.ntiwkM Hhoali, Roiton. PorUmouth, Portland, Kmnrtxrk. and OTHKR PORTS. Officj at Kry. * Sh.W. N,n?c?l .,oi, mj W*t*r itrert, eonwr Brrkmui. Httcraaoo to a nnmtxv of m*r^ '' Ii/portUtd"'*1 ln"rtuc* ^ompMtea m thia cuj, p?i W YO STORK, SATURDAY M01 XjffE- FOR LONDON?Packet of the 10th Sept.? The packet ship MONTREAL. Capt. Tinker, will a* above, her regular day. For passage, apply to JOHN HKKDMAN, 61 South street, near Wall st. IN. B. Passage from London and Liverpool can at all times >e lerured by the regular packet ships, at the lowest rate*, .ud drafts furnished for any amount, payable at all the princi>al Banks and Branches throughout the United Kingdom, on ipplication as above. ?'Jm 1A?- OLD BLACK BALL LTNE OK PACKETS JHWWKOR LIVERPOOL?Packet of the 19th Septemliex. C?^lL~The fast sailing packet ship H.BKRNIA, Cap' Hunting, will be despatched as above, her regular day. Those wishing to secure berths, will require to make nrly ipplicatiou to JOHN HEIIDMAN, 61 South street, near Wall st. N. U.?Passage from Great Britain and Ireland,via Liverpool. ;an as usual he secured by the above splendid packet ship, nr my ship of the line, and those rem'tting money to their friends cut have drafts for any amount payable in all the principal towns throughuut the United Kingdom, and on Messrs. J. Barled & t'o. bankers, Liverpool; and .Messrs. J. Bult, Son Si Co> h'or further particulars, apply as above. s8r LIVERPOOL^egular Packet of the 13th WCTIV September?The selemlul fast sailing packet ship anafy^Limi-M WHI1 NEY. Cant. Thompson, burthen [Ollti tons, will sail as above, her regular uay. Having very su|H<rior accommodations for cabin, 2d cabin and it re rage passengers. |iersons intending to embark should make lubscriber, JOSEPH McMUllHAY,' 100 Pine j', corner of South. Tit* nbuve ship will be succeeded by the very splendid packet ihip SHERIDAN, ('apt. Dr|>eystrr, burthen 1100 tons, to sail on thi' 25th September. Persons sending for tl eir friends mil bare them brought out by the above ship, or any of the regular jackets, sailing from Liverpool on iho 1st, i3tli and 25th of every mon'h. Drifts will also be .given, in sums to suit the convenience of those wishing to remit to their friends, on the Provincial Bank if Ireland xnd all its branches throughout the kingdom, payable at sight: also, drafts payable in any part of England, Scotland and Wales, by applying as above. *B r tlEOS: POR LIVERPOOL?The New Line-Regular wrlralf>. Packet of 16th of Sepleinlier?The new splendid Msfcl?.l>acket ship QUEEN OK THE WEST, Philip W ooUnouse mastar, 1250 tons, will fail on her regular day, .he 16th Sept. For freight or passage, having accomodations unequalled for legauce and comfort, apply on board, west side Burling ilip, or to WOODHULL & M1NTURN9, 87 South st. Trice of passage $75. The tine iiacket slop Rochester, Captain John Brittou, 800 Jons, will succeed the Queen of tlie Went, and sail ou her regular day, 16th October sllec xjas nT:w line of packets for liverkHfv POOL?Packet of 16(h September.?The new and MkSmL elegant |>acket ship QUEEN OF THE WEST, register 1-50 tons, ( apt. P. Woodhouse, will sail on Saturday, Itith Septen.ber, her regular day.?This noble packet, the largest fver built in the citv of New York, is fitted up with every modern improvement that can impart comfort to Passengers?her cabins are very spacious, and superbly furnished throughout.? Her between decks are lofty and thoroughly lighted. She has state rooms ou deck for second cabin passengers?the whole affording accommodations superior to any other ship. Persons about to visit the old country will study their interest and comfort by selecting this magnificent ship. For passage, early application should be made ou board foot of Burling slip, west side, or to W. it J. T. TAPSCOTT, _ 43 Peck slip, cor. Southst. j nr stiieen 01 me v> est will sail iroin Liverpool oil We Stli ol November. Persons wishing to send for their friend*, can have them brought out in tier, or other first class ships, sailing weekly, on favorable terms. Drafts for any amount, payable on demand, without discount, in all the principal towns of England, Ireland, Scotlaud or Wales, constantly for sale as above. The Sheridan will succeed the Queen of the West, and sail 25th 8ei)l._ _ sir ?igg- BLACK BALL, OH OLD LINE OF LIVERmRJM^.POOL PACKETS?Regular Packet, and sails on SHnKaTuesday, the 19th Sept ?The remarkable fast sailing new copi>ered packet ship HIUKRNIA, Captain Bunting, will sail posi tively as above, her regular day. The accommodations of the Hiberma for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers will on ins|<ectiou be found to be fitted out in every way that can add to the comfort ol those embarking for the old country, w ho should not lail to call and examine tier accommodations before paying passage in any other vessel. The price of passage is very low, for which, and to secure tlie best berths, early application should be made on board, loot of Beekuiau street, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS St CO 35 Fulton street, next door to the Fulton Bank. P. S ?The Hihcmia sails from Liverpool on the 7th Novemiier. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought uul in her, or iu any of the packets comprising this magnificent line, sail lug from tliat |Kirt punctually oil the 7th anil 19th of very month. For passage apply as above. The packet ship Cambridge, Capt. Wm. Barstow, will sucreed the Hibernia, ard sail for Liverpool on the 1st of October, tier regular day. sfiec FOK HILL. ENULAND?A first class AmeriKKraVc in vessel, now loading, could take a small quantity GbuI light freight, if immediate appplicatiou is made to WOODHULL JcMINTURNS, al5r 87 South street. AFOR HAVRE?To sail 15th September?The snkjHfjfVperior copi>er fastened and copwml French ship CAK, Capt. Lrgrain. For freigli or for passage for which she has very comfortable accommodations, apply to BOYD It HlNCKEN, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, se7 ltr Comer Wall and Water street. tfg- PACKET FOR HAVRE?Secoud Line?Thi Mty#V"hip ST. NICOLAS, John B. Pell, master, will sail ^ BEbOu the 1st of October. BOYD fc HlNCKEN. 0 Touline Huildings, s6r corner Wall and Water streets. FOR NEW ORLEANS?To inert with dcaiwtcli t*T*3rV?The first class favorite ship ALFRED, Captain ASMbmMyers, will sail as above. Her between decks will be neHI> fitted up for the accommodation ol '!d cabin and steerage passengers. Those desirous of securing berths will reouine to make tarlv application on board the ship at Murray's wharf, loot of Wall slm-l. or to JOHN HEADMAN, 61 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 at the current rate. s!lm FOR NEW ORLEANS. Louisiana and KraRrVNew York Line?Positively First Regular Packet? JHNfaTlie fast sailing packet ship HUNTSV1LLE Capt. E. Cornell, will sail as above. For freight or |>assage, having handsome furnislied accommodations, apply ou board, st Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS k CO., 5? South tt. Agents in New Orleans, Hulin fc Woodruff, whn will promptly forward all goods to their address. The packet ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain C Hillard, will succeed the Hnnlsville. s5 ec DISPATCH LINE KOR NEW ORLEANS? kPjfItV Regular packet ol the 10th Sept.? I he first class packjpillM^rt ship VESPASA1 burthen 500 tons,( apt Harlow, will |Misitively sail as abofe, her regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, are no t_sur passed by any vessel in |mrt. Persons in tending going south .should make immediate applicatiou ou board, sn Tine street wharf, or to JOSEPH Me.MURHAY, sir will Pine street, comer of South. tjCf- FOR SALE?The well known coppered and cophKTCrWper fastened shin SYLVANUS JKNKINS.Sevmour. JUiiPfaiuiaater, burthen ami register .'>17 ton*, carries 8(10,000 ili?. or cotton from Mobile. was limit in this city by James Mors .in Tor Samuel Hick* & Co. under the inspect'.in of joii?h Mary?lier apron transom and top timbers of oak anil locust?has standing and running rigging in Rood order?had new inasts four yean ago?is well adapted for a whaler, having a fine roomy dec*. Lies at Dover street wharf Her inventory can be seen at 51 William street. Kor terms, apply to s2lm*r JONATHAN OOP K.N it CO 51 Willism st. jjf^k TO UK.T?The rear jiart ol the store, No. <18 Broadly? way, under the American Museum, *i*e of the room jViiabout 50 by 15 feet; entrance through the hall adjoining; in a sejiarate entrance can he had from Broadway, next to the bank, living one of the most central situations in the city, and well located for a billiard mom. or almost any other business.? Possession can be had immediately. Kuiiuire on the premises, of L. BUBHKKLL. 7 2w*ec jjl KOK SAUK OH TO HK.NT?'The l'HK.MII M Mil.US. with II or 15 run of stones, with all of its ej. aUi&tensive machinery, situated near two mile* from New Hochelle, Weatchester county, and State of New York, and ill immediite proximity to the city of New York, now in order for an extensive business in flour, and cau grind and pack 100 to 150 barrels each day, or could be most advantageously employed for any other pur|io*e which might require estensive water |iower. The reputation for the past 35 year* enjoyed by I lie Premium Mills, 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, renrfer tbe facilities for business unexceptionable to those desiring snch an establishmeut. Apply to HKNRY PARTRIDGE KKLLOOO, Cm. New Rochelle, N. Y., Kellofg'a Ville, or to SlUAn WOOD, Kaq. 50 Broad street, New tork. New Rochelle, August 23, 1813. au28 2w*r M fOR SAUK OR KXCHANHK KOR CITY PROPjf PERTY?A small Farm of about sixteen acres, hi the Xaa&highnst state of cultivation, situated but five mile* from the Mobokeu Kerry, leading to the city of New York. This Property has on it an excellent 2H atory dwelling house, 35 by *5, built in the most approved style of the State, with outbuildings and all other convenience* to make it suitable for a tradesman'* residence wishing to retire from the bustle of the city, and yet lie able, within an hour'* drive to viait his counting house, as two stages pass the house night and morning. It is also suitable to the market gardner or small farmer, at the same time taking hoarder* from the city. B'lt above all tins, what a situation for a roadside tavern, which it has been known as the St. John'* Hall, being aituated between Hoboken and Hack?n*ack, embracing the whole of that great tralic that passes those place* to the interior of both those state*. New York and New Jersey. The said Karm will be aold cheap, the present proprietor having business in Knglaud. N.D.? t nrir anoui am acres 01 nrst rwte potatoei; tin) live acret of buck wheat; t quantity of young fruit trees, lie., ill in a flourishing condition. Application to be inade to Mr. YVM. McDONNKLL. Auctioueer, I71 Chatham tUeet, Eew York. If more convenient, a portion of the pnrcliaie money may remain 00 hond and mortgage. an6 lm*ec al MONTGOMERY HALL. MONTOOMERV, fJTJw ALA.?The proprietor* ot'thii ntahlithment, to favoXJJLraMy knor n to the travelling public on the great tliorougiifatv between Charleston and Mobile, are determined to maintain the high reputation for comfort and lilierality of arrangement whuh it baa to long, and tliey trust, not uadenervedly enjoyed. The buildings, which are very tpacimu and conveniently arranged, have been thoroughly repaired, and the bed rooms both double and iiuyle, have been refurnished with new bed* and bedding, also.with every necessary article for comfort and convenience. The oarlort, both public and private, are large, airy, tnd elegantly furnished. Then- taeilitiev. with careful and attentive servants, a cellar well stocked with choice old wmet, a table supplied with every luiur> that tiie sexton and market c.?u afford, and the lirin determination of the proprietor! to omit nothing that will tend to the satisfaction of their guests. will, tl?ey truat, ensure them the favorable attention of the travelling public. An omnibus will, at all timet, be in r<-.<diness to convey pasaengera fro in the Railroad aud Steamboats to the house, frt* of charge. Montgomery, Jnue 7, 1843. W. TILLEY (k OO. an!9 6m r BOOT AND SHOE STOKE. JOHN HEAD V ree|>ectfu|ty informs his frienda and the public, that he hat commenced business in the above line, at No. 99 Nassau street, where he will thankfully receire and faithfully execute, all ordert he tnty be lavored with on the most reasonable terms for cssb iv2?v ~ READ Si VAN DEL SEN. SALE AND EXCHANGE STABLE, IK) Broadway and lfl Crosby streart. _ Tile above Slalilet now ethibit eijtht pair of e*cel/Xag^^|ent hor?e*, fresh from the country,tit for well trained JU^Uucoach horses. Also, a number of well broken and touiul single hortet. Knusnce M aa?hItll, *6 '?*r DEEK? By the tide or Quarter, for tale at all timet, at the u Slaughter Hoase of John R. Prettou. three doors trom Third A vanne, (east tide,) in ttlh ttreet, of a taperior quality, sif? " - fcBiheWWHSK:8, r ' RK B INI.NG, SEPTEMBER 9, SEGARS. ".There's a delight iu smoking, None but imoktrs know." The saying is true, wlieu vt know where to find A segar that |hiw>ui>i the quality rare Of i iiliveiliiik the s|>irits and cheering the mind. And enable* the smoker to puff away care. This luxury always your sure to obtain, Ifon SHIXAS in Maiden Lane promptly you call; It'you visit him ouce, you will do ao attain, For he gives satisfaction and pleasure to all. His Se*ars are the choicest, most extiuisite brands. By a coin|<eteut agent selected with care, Direct froin Havana, by s|>ecial commands, And uoneiu the city with bis can coin|Ntre. His Colburu, lli-galia*, La Normaa, and Sun, Noriegas, Trabucas, Victories pure ; Priiicijie, Ksperanzas. Imperial Segars, The b?-st iu the country that you can procure. Cassadonu. La Normaa, and Congress beside, His Do* Compariero* and exquisite braud, With others that have competition defied, For his customers, SKI AAS has always on hand. In order to secure a continuance of the approbation and custom with which 8KIX AS has been so long favored, he ha* engaged a snecial and commit atrenl in Havana, to select the Tobacco and superintend the nuking of all segars that lie import*; consequently, lie cau warrant all sold by liioi to be geuuine. His stock on hauil is mora extensive and superior to thai of any similar establishment. Renieiiiber the Number, S MAIDKN LANK, Howard's Howl, ?H tm*r 8Ki)AS8. T<.BAcT(T SUGAR Ic~CO"KK ?K. Cf\ nnO JUST RECRIyED, of the celebrated Lord ByOVJ)V/V/U ron brand, consisting of Regalias and intdium ize Segars. 12,000 of tlie Florida brand, do do do. 20,000 Low price Havanas, do do do. 14 li lies ol Guisa Tobacco. 8 Bales of Havana do. ft Cases of Free Labor St. Jago Whit* Sugar. 12 Baits of superior do Coffee. For sale by A. A. SAMANOS, aulT lro*r No. f> Wall st and 289 Broadway. A A. SAMANOS offfrs for stl><, at No, 8 Wall st, 10 hlids Muscovado Sugar, and 15 baits of Cofc, lauding from brig Topaz, from St. Jago In Store? 10 lilids Sun curt d Muscovado Sugar, suitable for refiners H boxes white Sugar, free labor 18 bales sujierior Ouisa Tobacco, suitable for manufacturers. 340,in. Segars, of Lord Byron, Woodville, and a variety of other brands. WANTLD?A Coo|>er. and a Millwright that uuderstands carpen'er's work, to go to St Jago de Cuba; must be single mid of teiii|<emte habits. Apply as abOT*. s8 lm*r SNL'FF, CIGARS AND TOBACCO?Just received iwr recent arrival-., an iini>orutioii of choice foreign Snuff", consisting of Lund/ Foot's Irish high toast;high jfried Welch, Hardham s, No. JT, Violrt Strasburg, Morton's mixture, I'rince Albert do, Copenhagen, etc; together with a large assortment of domestic suuffs ol me subscriber's manufacture. On baud a (iriuie lot of Havana Cigars, "Moriega," "La Norma," "Regalia," "Panetela," etc. Caretidish Tobacco of the most approved brands, Turkish, German, (4 qualities) Scafailatti, and Spanish smoking tohaccos;L>utch and Knglish clay pii>es;Joiies'ltoyal patent matches; cigar cases; tubes; fancy pi]*-*; suuff boxes, and every article appertaining to a well stocked lobaccouisl's establishment, for tale at wholesale and retail by MRS. G. NEWCOMBK Ik SON, au SI lm'ec No. 4 Wall st. FOREIGN WINKS AM) LIQUOR*! No. 33>i Ann street, New York. rPHE advertiser has for salt* the following choice importaA tious of the very best quality, vir. Old French Brandy in cask and bottle " Holland (iiu " " " " " Hamburgh " " (imported in 1800) " Madeira Wine in l>i|>e* and bottje " Sherry, Muscat, Bordeaux, Marseilles " " Cataloni, Port, &c. Invalids and others will lind pure liquors unadulterated at above?No. 39^ Ann st. al9lm*m DEPOT OK GENTLEMEN'S FANCY DRESS ARTICLES. READY MADE LINENS.UNDERGARMENTS, Stc.&c. r|MIE Subscriber would call the attention of their patrons and -* strangers visitiiifc this city, to their rich and extensive assortment of stocks, scarfs, cravats, gloves, suspenders, pocket handkerchiefs, dressing gowus, hosiery, lambs wool, merino, silk, cotton, Berlin, buckskin and other under shirts and drawers. Their assortment of theabove goods, and all other article* appertaining to a gentleman's wardrobe are rich, varied, and exteusive, and well worthy the attention of the fashionable community, they would particularly recommend their new style of geotlemeu's shirts, am containing many improvements. Theshiru at present manufactured by tTiem, are cut to suit the form of the wearer, thereby doing aw ay with the large overplus of linen used under the old system of cuttiug, and adding not only to the comfort of the wearer, but to tlie beauty of the form. This improvement was so manifest to the Judge* of the late fair at the American Institute, that the first premium was awarded to the subscribers; their patent elastic Brace is particularly recommended to all persons who h ive acquired the habit of stooping. They will be found of iinmeuie ben>'lit to persons of sedentary habits, by bracing the sh.iuMers. they strengthen the back, and expand the chest, and will be found of no imiwdiment to the free use of the arms. They would also call attention to their patent elastic Russia or riding bell, tientleinen may de|iend 011 being suited with the best ana most fashionable arfirl?*? hv mllim? ?f thp nlil Mtahliilunt>nf nl I'AllSKLLS & AGATK, au 20 lm*ec 2TT Broadway, corner of Park place. ja\Tes"lac y, TYRAPER ANO TAILOR, 62 John street, near William, continue* to make up Oeutleinen's garments of nu|>erior workmanship, and ill the moat fashionable style, at his usual low price*. Gentlemen in want of uew and fashionable cloth ing, should call and examine his select stock ol gowds before purchasing elsewhere. A trial will be yuflici*ut tp convince ?hw m??i economical, that for beauty of ht, style of workmanship, and at such extraordinary low price*, this establishment cannot be surpassed by any in the city. [L7" Gentlemen furnishing their owu goods can hare them made and trimmed?a perfect fit warranted or the price of the goods returned. au24 Imr TKRMs CASH. WM. f7 JBNN1NG8 CO. r\RAPKR9 AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American Hotel, op|>osite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of svasouahle goods, iiicludiug Cloths, Cassiinrres, Votings, Stc., in all the uew and various style*, under the assur ance that the system of " small profits and quick return*," which lia* elicited so liberal a patronage, will be coutiuaed, while our arrangements are such a* will enable us to fill all orders in future with promptness. A feature in the establishment, which mutt commend it to tnose requiring articles for immediate use, i* the addition to our stock, of an assortment of first quality ready made Garments, consisting of Surtouts, Frock*, Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vasts, Office Coats, Travelling Frocks, Dressing Gowns, lie A choice collection ol Hilk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Susiienders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, Mnsliu Shirts, Collars, dee. At price* which most offer inducements to purchasers jy34 3in*ec _____ on i iv i. mtnurdvjiunr, AM) <JENTLKMEN'S FURNISHING STORE, CQ MAIDEN LANE.?Juit received the latest and moil wv approved rMIlk pattern shirts. A general MMttSMl ol shirts, under garmeuts, hosiery, cravats, handkerchiefs, Sir i Shirts mid undir garments made up tn order and repaired at short notice. Kur s.ile, a Couuting House Desk. with threr 1 drawers and book reck. WM. COLLINS au20 l in "r GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF W A lit) ROBE?< lent I* mm or families desirous of converting their leu off wearing apparel into cash, can obtain (or the same the highest cash price. To families and gentlemen quitting the city,or changing residence, having any siipwtluons effects Id dls|>ose of, will find it much to their advantage to send lor llie subscriber, who will atuiud them at their resideuce by appointment. H. LEVETT, No. 6 John st, New York. ' A line through the post office, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. Clothing cleaned, altered and repaired; an 17 Imr I FOR SA.Lt, A T C. H. DARLING'S. 74>i Maiden laue and 5 Liberty , A street, the chmnctt and best selected stock of FRENCH, ENGLISH It GERMAN FANCY GOODS, ; Consisting of Needles, Combs, Cutlery, Pins, Brushes, Jewelry, Hooks and Eyes, Perfumery, Steel Pens, Plated Thimbles, Razors, Strops, Icc. I With all other articles included lit the above line. C. H. D. would state for the benefit of Country Merchants, Pedlars and others, who may please to call, that all goods in the bore line will lie sold on the most favorable terms. au2? lm*r L). M. PEYSER. & CO., M"0. 110 William street, corner of John street, and 437 Broad. way have received, by recent arrivals, an extensive supply of the following FANCY GOODS, which were carefully selected by a competent person at Paris, Berlin, Ike., and wliich they offer for sale, in wholesale and retail, on liberal terms, vix:? Berlin Zephyr and German Worsted?the most complete assortment. Berlin Embroidery Patterns?-* choirs selection. Canvass for t-mhroidery, of cotton, worsted, linen, silk, gold and m iver, of all widths and qualities. Silk Chenille, for embroidery, trimming and (tower making , I'urss Twist, Herman, French and English, plain and shaded, in skeins, sticks, and on spools. Floss Silk for Embroidery and Fringe make/s, in skeins anil i on spools. I Sus|ienders, superbly embroidered, and Suspender Trim mings. (Jold, Silver and Steel Beads, in all Nos. Mother of I'earl, Gold, Silver and Steel Purse Ornaments. Oold and Silver Fringe, Braid, Cord, Twist, Thread and 1 aSielS. Embroidery Frames, and a variety of different Fancy Articles. Artificial Flowen?a choice selection. Fringes, of cotton, wonted and silk, imjiorted and ("omestic Diinps, Tassels, Buttons nid all other kind of trimming. jy 17 3m* ee DU 11,11 Kl, M S Nil. 234 llrindw iv npimsite the Fountain, has received a large supply of (Joeds, which he offers wholesale, and retail, at very r?aa<>naule price*? Berlin, Zephir, worsted, (lermaii, carpet and shaded Wonted Embroidery Pattern, a beautiful telectioa Canvaas of every description . Worsted, Silk, (ottun, Oold and Silver, Embroideries, Trim*11 nIt and Mower making Chenille I Moss and Purse Silk, plain and shaded Artificial Mower* and Feathers * emu variety of cast iron Work Perfumery, to be sold in |>ackage* from M to X cross, at very low prices Fancy Note Papers, Wafers and Envelope, together Wlih a large assortment of fancy articles, Gloves, Work and Set;ar Cases King* anil PasseU for purses. an 12 Im'ee WOOLLEN FACTORY FOR SALE.-The smbecrfber will ?ell one half or the whole of Ins Woollen Factory, which is located on the Fartninpton River, 18?< miles from llartforil, Connecticut. The mill is in complete o|<er*tion, and now making W yards of broadcloth daily, with water power sufficient for any reasonable et tent io?. The style of cloths may be seen at Messrs. Coffin, Bradley 8t Co Store, No. 14 Elchange Place, New York, where other more particular information may be had ar to pricea and terms. GEO. C. KLL OGG. New Hartford, < onn. Aug. 31, 1841. lo.tioo dollars wanted, on satisfactory security situated in New Hartford, Conn ?interest at &per cent, payable annually, at the Mechanics' liank. New York. Kor particulars see Messrs. Coffin. Brady fc Co. 44 Exchange Place. au3l 10t*m <*EO. C. KF.LLOOO a^O THE LOVERS OE SUPERIOR BLACK TEA.- , Ilowqua minute.? I nil eairemeiy ?eiicioiin ami uii|>?rullfil I'm, in liifhly celebrated in Chi la ami Knrope, jutt imported. i? now lor ulf at tlie Canton Tea Company * Gen*. t r?i T?* Eatablwliment, 111 Chatham at net. New York, and IK i Kill ton urwi. Urooklyn?in package*- Trice JO cent* and tl i rarh. *n30 lm?r 1 | M I n >l< II H< 'STWlOK, ! /^PKHATIVK. SUROKON to tha New York Medical am) V? Surtiral Institute. may baronmilied daily between the. hour* of I mil i o cluck. Office 7J Chamber* iUwt. >1 Im*r [ERA 1843. Literary Notice*. New York Journal of Medicine and thi Collateral Sciences.?September. J. ?Sc H. O. Lamley. A cheap and uaeful work to the profession. Hunt's Merchant's Maoazink, lor September, is particularly valiubl from it? voluminous statisti* cal information upon commerce und manufactures, und its able ess lys upon trade and triune^. Cami-bkll's ForeignSemimonthly Macmzine ? J M Campbell, Philadelphia?Burgees Ac StruiRer, New York.?This work is made up of selections Irom European literature. The number for Se,it. 1, contains, among other papers, the " Recollections oi me ivnperor ?aj>oleon, by Mrs Abell, (lute Miss Eliza Balcomb,) during the time spent by him in her father's house at St. Helena. Thk Mirror ?Fuller <te Co., New York. The number lor this day oi thie elegant hebdomadal ex hibits gteat industry on the part of General Morris, its accomplished editor. The crowded state of our columns prevent our saying more, but in a day or two we shall return to it. Tub Works of Lord Byron?Burgess<fc Stringer, New York?This is number 7 of Carey <te Hart's republication of the works ot Lord Byron, which they iutend to complete in twelve weekly parts at 25 cents each. The work is neatly got up, and for the low price of two shillings any one may posaeaa himself of the tragedy of Werner, the drama of the Deformed, Transformed, Heaven and Earth, and the Island, or Christian and his comrades. We have also received the eighth No. which contains the concluding Cantos of the Island, His Hours ot Idleness, English Bards and Scotch Reviewers, &c. Thr Quartett.?Fanshaw, Nassau street, New York ?We have here Book I of a work which is to contain u collection of glees by the most ad mired German and other compoFers, adapted by r. W. Rosier, and dedicated to the glee dingers of the United States. The publisher is of opinion that from the rapid advancement of glee singing in this country, it is much to be desired that the German compositions should be placed within reach of the amateur; and one of his objects is to enable ami. teursto form a correct acquaintance with the glees of Weber, Spohr, Kreutzer, Blum, Kisenhofer, Werner, ?Jce , and to do it in the cheapest possible manner, he has printed them in parts after the German fashion. Thk Endemic Ikflubncb of Evil Govkrnmrnt, illustrated in a view of the climate, topography, and diseases ot the Island of Minorca, with medical statistics of a voyage of circumnavigation of the Globe ; and an account of other service, both ashore and afloat. B. J. K Foliz, A. M , M. D , Surgeon U. Navy. J. & H. G. Langley. From the Doctor's pamphlet we exlracf, for the entertainment of our readers, and the edification ot the faculty, the two following examples of the mcdical practice in the island of Minorca:? "We were called in consultation in the cue of the wife nf the Dutch consul,?a most e?tim?ble l*dy, with an in( retting family?who, at the time of our seeing ber, was almost in articulo mnriii irom IntusRUso p'iou. In this condition, a sh< ep was brought into her chnmber, slaughtered at the tide of her bed, the omentum taken warn and reeking from It.and placed upon her nbdom'-n?a remedy that the native ph\ *i-iaua lumred the family would givi immediate relief. O \ another occasion we were chI ed U see the child of M. OrAla, a connexion of the distinguish ed President of the Medical Kicultv ot Pans, whj is t n itivn of Mahon. We found the little patient in the la' stage ot hydrocephalus ; the pupils were dilated, and sen sibility almost destroy ed. On the crown *f the head i pigeon had been tied, the poor bir I having been cut open and applied warm with the leathers on, tb# blood at th< same time streaming down the little patient's face, impart ing the most lorbidding aspect, as it lay upon its mother'i arms. The doctor, during the same time, u as lecturing in a nnmnnut anil hniaterntis mancer unon the virtues nl a warm (lave?tha rmhlrm of innocence?applied to tht head of an innocent bat e, to draw out all the bad humori which may have collected there." Thk Democratic Review, for September.? Langleys.N.Y.?Embellithed with a capital portrait of the Hon. William Allen, U. S. Senator, of Ohio ?A good number of one of the best of our maga zines A leading article, " On the Origin anc Ground of Government," by Brownson, is perhaps too transcendental to be profitable to the general reader, though manly and fearless in its specification? and exposures of demagogueisrn. Poetry for the People," is an admirable essay on the relations and duty of the poet to his brethren, the laboring msMff, who are the basis and support of all social and civil organization. The author truly asserts, as the immediate result of the French Revolution, so unsparingly denounced by the bigoted, the interested, and the ignorant, "that it gave rise to a new state of things;" that " man as such, was admitted by htB brother as a brother, and his nmne and title allowed to rank higher than king or president and that" the predominant fact of the 19 h century is unquestionably the importance and elevation of the mm " Appropriate specimens of "poe try for the people," are given from Barry Cornwall, Longfellow, and others Whittier has a pretty con tribution on " New England Supernaturalism;" the " glory and shame" of New England. Tucker man furnishes several scraps of poetry; and Lowell l>ee|?, with both eyes open, "behind the curtain." MistiAnneC. Lynch, of Providence, R 1 .gives n [ age of her sweet sympathy to the " Dying Sycamores;" but the final quatrain, which should be to the poem what the diamond is to the turban of the Julian, the finishing ornament, degenerates, (and we must say it, however, ungalluntly,) into doggerel. (treads: " Yermhlnm many a weary heart, In thin fair world of ourt; For iIn v that lore not, are imp ye, Oa'. dying Sycamore*." The rhyme is sacrificed between the second and fourth lines; unless Miss Lynch intends the reader to preserve the Down Hast pronunciation of Sycamotrert. Moreover, what mean* she by " they that InvtnolIs it a remonstrance agdin?t the young liachelorsof the " Sufirage party 1** If so, we pro test against their contumacy, and appeal to Go vernor Dorr. " T'hev'hai lovmot.are like ye?oh' dying ( ycamores'" Tnat in, they are not grttn? they are worm-eaten, dry old sticks, to say the beet nfthem. B it enough Altogether, this number ol ihe Review is an excellent one. Syracnu, (Correspondence of the Herald.) Syracuse, Sept. 6, 1848. Now that the excitement and turmoil necessarily iittendant upon a great political gathering like thai of the recent "Syracuse Conventien," has sub?iled, we can dispassionately look around us and see the natural bearing and eflecta such an outbreak will have upon the reflecting minds of ihis great Republic It is an undeniable tact that the jolrical skeptics can, from the actios* of the Convention, find material to sustain them in all their varied ranees of preference. But to the cul ivafed arof philosophy the actions of the past and their endency upon the future world political, are reActing brilliants hung before the great mirror of aiitur?. It is an undeniable f ?ct, that after the great Presi Jential contest ol 1810, Mr V*n Buren was, by unanimous consent o his friends, laid uoon the shell, and the idea of resuscitation wan scarcely mooted?but as the government wheels ri lied on i? [mce with time, a candidate for forty-four was ought for. and here the 'rouble commenced.? The radical notions of Mr. Calhoun forbid the old yeomanry to rally upon him. The distant and al most unknown track of Mr. Casa ahnt out the materials necea^ary lor common argument of elevnlon Th?* one fntal re murk of Mr. Buchanan? 'that the laborer would be better oft wiih ien cen'* i day th<in one dollar," closed the great public d??or ipon him. The want of aierling talent nCol.Julm?on create* but a lukewarm teelmg in hia praise, and with Vtr Tyler, however strong the lov* might be lor him, the fact th*t he roue upon the en?mie? Kund forbid the conHdence for a neccwwry n"2*'', eae are the main reasons for the discon. which now pervades the democratic ranks, and in ever* public gathering these truths are made self*etidfnt. |0M LD. mm Two Ctnli | The creation of the New Y..rk State Convention , mmt fully proved the lact Surety no rational man i can reconcile to his mindth* actions of the convention upon this subject, or say that there is not iuit grounds to antiriuala trouble in the wigwan Ir a Kiroi<K feeling o* attachment existed toward Mr Van Buren. would the convention have h?*e<i crea| ted as i' wis"! would the farmers have remained quiet at the ol-iuth-'ail and all iwed their counties to pass unrepresented 1 "'ould the convention ba made up of finy five m?mber-< of the l?at Legia'alure. the ex-G'iveroor ol the Sime, the Secr-Urv of the Stat#-, thr>*e members of Congress, six J 'd*?*nt and twenty ex-Legislator-1 No?reason answers no; common aeuse *coff? at the idea; and yet upon the other hand who c?uld the party rally upon, and tor what purpose could an enthusiastic feeling be created. But time will Bolve thin query. That th? political world is pregnant witu revolution no man I can deny. I It wan amusing to witness the anxiety of the ui piring politicians at the convention. There was exj Governor Marcv, anxious to be made President ol the, convention lor the purpose of making such an > act, aa a species ! popularity for an office. I learn i that he is seeking a Collectorship undsr the government, and resttn* under the belief that Mr. Tyler would seek to draw out the strong pillars of the Van Burea structure, his success would be his best recommendation. There also was e* Consul Thomaa N Carr, anxious to procure the appointment to the Baltimore Convention, believing that such an honor would procure for him in case of Mr. Van Buren'a succeg?, the return of a Consulship. Mr. Slamm, of the' Plebeian," wasalao very desirous to be one of the members of the Baltimore Convention; Ilia object was no doubt to fuliy engraft him upon Mr. Van Buren's confidence, and thereby secure the government printing. Some hundred other lobby members were equally anxioua to obtain Beats in the National Convention. By the way, I had almoat forgotten to give you a history of an amusing scene in Syracuse, on the evening of the close of business. Mr Carr having been disappointed in procuring a seat tor the Baltimore Convention, set himself at work to create a little sport He repaired from the convention to his head quarter?, and wrote a letter, of which the following is a copy to each of the Calhoun membera of the Convention:? (Private.) Mr. Marcy'i ssmplimenti to Mr , request* the plfamire of hi* company ihi? evening, at half-past sight, on hu?ine?? of importance, and af a confidential nature strtcnib Hot?i., Bi-pt. 9th, 1*43. P. 8. Mr. will pluaae call at my room. , Eiq., Delegate from City New York. On Mr. Shaler receiving /us note, he at once repaired to the head quarters of Mr. Marcy, and asked if the letter waa genuine. Being informed it was not, he next made traces to Mr. Carr's head quarters, and finding him in the bar room of the National Hotel, engaged in busy conversation with a goodly company of lobby members, at once pre- t i Rented the note to him, and ai-ked if he wrote " that." Mr. Carr answered " No!" but said he knew who did. Shalrr.?Who is the man 1 Cask ?P Shalrr.?You're a scoundrel?a pretty subject to send abroad as a Consul. For two pins I'd ring your nose. Carr here became somewhat frightened, and said he meant the ' letter" merely as a joke. Shalkr ?Do you think you can joke in this manner wit'i me, you d?d scoundrel, yru [Here Shaler rushed at Carr, but the Iriends of the parties interceded, and suggested the propriety of procuring pistols for two, and by this means prevenied a scene of disgr ice on the spot, which otherwise would have taken place. I have not yet learned whether th-y httve yet made arrangements for a meeting of " honot" between two gentlemen, but s have iio doubt it wiii teke place. , The recent actions of the democratic party in the . interior ?f thin State, bids taif to lead to a complete i overthrow of the party Ol the whole line of the t Railroad from AlbihV to Buflalo. not a tingle adonted citizen in employed, uod i.i the great mI( ' work* ut Hiilini, the orders are decided age met the | employment of any persons hut natives. The Na. five American fe> ling is raging to an alarming exi tent, and the result must surely prove disastrous to , the party that fosters it. However, time is fraught ! with revolutions, and no man can count on their mysterious cfli fw. You.s, &c. Quilf. CARLTON HOUSE. THE SUBSCRIBERS are prepared to make arrangeme. u with families and single gentlemen for th? winter or by the ' ynir, upon reasonable terms The price* of tllil eatabli*hmeiit are the ?am? u heretofore, vit: Si M per (lay. BENSON fc hodoes. 3 Imr Batter Fa n d Philadelphia hotel-iv ,ut>-~ criber beg* to inform her friend* mil the public that the 1 price of this estahhs'ime it .emain a* usual, $1 ill tier ; ami that she is now prepared to make arrangements Willi families or single gentlemen for board during tue winter on the moat reasonable terms. The <iiih?rr Ser begs those families or gentlemen desirous of a comfortable home, to gire the Battery Hotel a rail, feeling assured in point of location lar?e and airy rooms, her house ia superior to auy in the city, and ah'1 pledges that nothing shall lie wanting to render those comfortable who may honor with their iwtronage. MARY PETTET. s7 4f r BANK coffer house.?The proprietors return their sincere thanks to their friends aud customer* for their very liberal patronage during the last ten year*, aud hope by strict attention to their business to merit a continuance of their faTor*. They also inform tlieir friend* aud customers, that tne dining room is now under the management of Nicholas Plicithes, who for many year* had charge of thi* department. They therefore tlatter themselves tbat his well known capability will be a sufficient guarantee that all the delicacies and substantial* of the aeasou will be cooked and served up ipsiaperior style. *7 3t*m EARLE &. FQ38ETT. American "hotel, new york-having compi* tesl the repair* and alteration* of the American Hotel.^ sjj tne adjoining nouse (winch I nave annexeo 10 iw ' reapecinuiy solicit from my friends anil ihe public a continuation of their patronage. The situation i* aa good a* that of any similar as cabliahment in the city. It fronts on the Perk, and the Foun tain ia immediately opposite. The house has been newly car i*ted, and every thine thoroughly repaired. j 14 sod! mere _ W.V1. B. COZZENS. ISJOTICE TO FRENCH, AMERICAN AND OTHER CITIZENS-UNION HOTEL, No. I? Rector street, .-orner of Oreenwich street ?P. Delamotte has the honor to nforrn his friends and the public generally, that the part- ership heretofore existing between the advertiser and .1. Bonnard, haa been dissolved by mutual conseut, and thai lie has reopened his old establishineut, situate as above, which haa been occupied by him for the |?st five years. The Union Hotel has been thoroughly repaired and renovated, and now contains as com plete and comfortable silting and lodging rooms as can he louud in the city. Tlte cooking department is conducted a la Krancaise, and most amply supplied, without regard to Coat, ?nd the prices rharaed to guests are in conformity with the times. An excellent Table d Hote is ready every day at J o'clock.for which the moderate price of Jl cents only is charted. The advertiser ho|>et that his past exertions and present desire to pive satisfaction, will insure him ihe patronage of his fellow connlr\men ana of nil gentlemen who msv wish to obtain capital fate and accommodation, at the least possible expense, si lm*ec _ _____ RETRENCHMENT THE ORDER OF THE DAY. NTOTICE to Citixeos ofNew York and Strangers sojonronig IN in the City.?(J OSLINd'8 SPLENlMD DININO ROOMS, Nos. 64 and 66 Nassau street ?The immense patioixge which has heen si tended to the subscriber hv a liberal and 'nnghteued community, has enabled him to enlarge and improve his Diuing Rooms so as now to accommodate two htanIred persons at one time Whilst making these additions to >ns favorite and well known establishment, he has not been tin'nindful of the still greater comforts and conveniences of hit customers?having thoroughly ventilated the light airy saloon, Old detached the kitchens, so as Completely to exclude the -ffluvia and heat which necessarily arises from cooking for two .r three thousand persons per day. The wells of the saloon isve been embellished by some of the most elegant and costly Oil Paintings of the ancient and modern schools: marble (Milan and statuary, and busts of Washington, Napoleon, tu he. The bill of ftre surpasses all others in any part of the United States?incluihng salmon of M and tOlba weight, at II1-4 cents I?r plate with anohory sauce, butter, breed. kc ; all kinds of roaat and boiled ineeta of the beat qualities, with bres^ and vegetables, at 6 cents per plate; green pees, new potatoes, asparigus. strawberries. Pastry of all kinds; turtle and other soups itealis. chops, kc and one hundred other different articles of the choicest description, at prices e-mally low. uriuiMi'i''THwui wwv? ?*"t ? nwa HW ""T ? < 'hocolate 8 cent*, *< fcc. Attentive and civil waiter* are employed, who tpaak the French, Spanuh, Oerman and Dutch languagea. Kvery article ia *erved up in the neateat paaaible atyle?and ia every department of the eatebhahmeut competent and eiperienced iwrmaii ir* placed. Having naited and being ronverwuit with the mode of baaiiieai of many of the beat conducted Dining Haloona ia K.urojie, \meriea, and the Weat lndi<a. the aahaenbar feela no haaitation in aaaiiringhia fellow citizena that hi* eatabliahment ii inferior to none that he haa aeen in any portion or hit arrangenwita? b*?idea which, the auperior qualities and low pncea of very article included in the Daily Bill of Fare maat. in that reapeot alone?eicluaive of all other conaidentiona?render it the rejy ne plot ultra of Kating Mnnae on thia Continent.^ Tin eaubliahment haa been aapplied thronghont with ("roton Water, whic't paaaea through improved lilterer*; and the Saloon ia ot?-n every day from o'clock A. M. until * P.M., and ?n Sunday* from 7 o'clock A.M. until ?. je9 3m? HK.Vnr ?Q9MV<* VTOTICK.-All l*r*on* hari..? any legal clam, aga.n.t Jaa P ^ Dommick, late of the city or N Vork. I??tcb?r. decked , are requested to praaant the nmr with the rone -p. Uiaraol, < 'he snharribar. at ti.f h.mae No. ?J VJercer ?"??. Aleo.?ll tho*e luAelKad to tli? "(Ute of MM Jeceaaed. to inj P?> '?lomtne Mth day of Notwn I NICK. Kg** mzw in n? * 11 r?m w - - CIIK A I' (iOOPH?107 Fniton MTtrt.?F. HK\ NAZ aiinonn tM h* >?? J",t fronl p*n*i w,,h I ? ^ rj.rfr!i ?(.? k of cho.c. and faah>onab?? (looJf, 7n.*If.iinir in I*r of apl?ndid foul*rd?( ii di?nn?a. <)?> roii?i?" i* * | ,,,|?.,lid caahmrr* and rablaia Cwli to 510.) u\k thawU. craiat do. cloth. and correrv ?ii?4 and iwUtcnu. (amhrnont. ?<wtinfi, ? ' N B ?Lndim dry Rood* iobb*r*. nwrcbant tailor*, and :hc im'hlic in ffanenl. ?r? rr^pectfiilly invitrd to call, and cooriiica J|*in?#lrMi that tli*ir Konda, which wilt remain opwi but li . a thort tiw, ire to N wll chm>! (heap! " '* " flOAl COAL 1WI, O.rtiu ' H-.l A.h " oal. first Ji .liV> ty, will b* ??ld by the ubacritwr at the followin* lowj jrj for raah i fn*h broken ?dw. fm? io' 'V~, acrMMd, anil ?iivprt*i| to a?V )*rt of th* city at itOTC |4 71 ; Ian* nnt %* VI; V> cent. i?r ton ?rtvul? "I il tak#u from ch* boat?wM?ht and ly,'!^( |*f^TO N, jy? Im*r ?'< Or*mwieh coru?t of King it j

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