Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 15, 1843, Page 1

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mmmmmm?mmammmmmmm?mm mTT 1 itl Vol. IX., No. 973 Wl*oi? Ho. UU3. To tl>? Public. "ilV V?W YOUK HEttALD?Jaity nev. Jpe;ier-pt.b I .h.1 -v rv d.<y of the ytar except i\?v? YeaT's Jay ?uii I- ".ut'tof.'.iSy. Price'i cents pj?r copy?or $7 U8 j?c> unn-im?jioatagra ,>ai<1?cash in advance THE WEEKLY HERALD?published *rtij SaturJu ?-?- ?* *? 10 ?f?r>nin.' r> v( J" postages puid?cash in advauoe. ADVERTISERS arc informed tuattho circulation of tbo Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing fr?st. It hat the targett circulation uj any paper in tfiii city, or the world, and it, therefore, the be?t channel for bu' finest men in the city or country. Price* moderate?cash in advanc. PAINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate pncos, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, I'HoraiETOH or thk Herald Estabmihmkmt, Northwest corner of Fulton and Naiiau streets - DRAFTS ON ENGLAND. IRELAND ko.?Penons about remitting money to their ^JFJ^^IVit'id. in the "old country," can be supidled with Drafts, in sums of 1, 2, 3,5,10, 20 hi. ?i0. or any amount, payable on deimum without discount or anv other chartf*, at the Nation*! Bank of IreUud, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Bult, Son th Co., Bankers^ London, I. Birned it Co., Excluuifce and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, Sir VVrn. Forbes Hunter it Co^, Scotland, and Liu- uimiciMM II) every po*t iowii throughout Kugland, Ireland, Scotland and Wale*, which drafts will be forwarded by the mmiimt Acadia, wliich leave* Boston on rn* M'th October, or either of the sailing packet*, on the 7th, 13th or 16th. W. fc J. 1 TAP8COTT At their Oentral Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, corner Soutu ?t. N. II.?All letter* from the country moat coine post paid. 26 ec THK SPAM8H STEAMKH NATCHF.Z FOR HAVANA, Direct, Don Frar.c'' Villair. commander, will leave thenort of New York on Wednesday, N"v lit, for Havana direct. The NATCHEZ has been newlv ci>|)pered, lefitteil with new boilers, and in point of fieganceand gi*n?ial comfort cauuot be surpassed. Fur I'arl cuius for p?ssage, apply to JOAN P. STANHOPE, Antci House, who will accompany the Nachu on her voyage oI2 toul*r JOHN R STANHOPK - ?TRAVELLERS GOINO SOUTH OR WEST?Sixteen hours in advance of the S. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savnunah, iu eoiiuexion with the Central Railroad to Macon and the West The splendid *'?am packets OKNF.RAL CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brookn, .md CHAKLt- STON, Capt. F. Uanien, will leave Charleston every Twewhy, Thu'sd ay and Safnrd-y morning, at 9 o'clock, ,tfter thenrrival of the VViliniiigton boats from the narth, arriving ^t Sav.nni.ih the i \me day, and will leave Savannah on the sain" d lys i? above, at o o'clock P. M., after the ariival of the cars from Macon. Travel er? m ill find this to be the cheapest and nipst expedition'; route t" thi- south and west. The above boats are titled up iu a superior st> le, and iio expense or pauis will lie spared to ansure cerlsiuty, comfort, and exp ditio'i to thu travelling |*slilic. JOHN B. LlFiTTE, Agent, Fitzsimmons' Wharf, ( h.vleston. Charleston, September. IH3. ?17 2m?r NEWAR HA NOEMENT. FAR1'. AND FREIGHT REDUCED. ,*n REUTJLAK MAIL LiVE?FOR PROnnihV'IDENCK AND BOSTON, via, STON 2B^JMlS?.INUTON AND NEWPORT?Composed of the fojlowiug t.uperior?t?mers, running in connection with the Stoniiitiion and Boston and Providence Kailroad* MA^HA1 Hl'BETTS, Capt. Coratock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PBOV iOENCE. NAUPAOANSETT. MOHEGAN. One of which will buve New Vork daily (Sunday* cteept\ f.,... !>..., I fUrf-r,- I>l??. V I-*. ?- ? - D V? .Mn mM NEWARK AND NEW YORK.?Fan UK t-enfa all mid Winter Arraiigi:Sk^HtiSL.'iirui ? The ii'leiidid ?teamer I'AMMAIO, <w aim alter Oct 3, will run a* follow* Lt-ivvt Newark, from tool oi Centre ?r.reet, al 8 o'clock A M. Lmrf New Votk, from font of Barclay ?tr<*<, &l 3 o'clock P. M. The accommodation* both for pu**enKeM *nd freight (which in c?rr ed at v?iy low rati-.) hsmWn k ready itnproTad. j\ ii. ti)i*<f ' ,?< 81'AlfcM INLAND ||KKRV, KOO'I A"-.1 MlK VVHITKHALj. ST.?The *t*ambo?l XL.. ... iTATKN I HLANDV.lt will leave New Vo.k ai"' St.iirn I U !,Oii md after Uclolmr 2d, na follow*, until further not or ? . Leave Ntw York ?, II, I. J*. Ltvitf Huteu Itlmd I, 10, I, I\, All fraiflit ?liU'|ie?l l( mjuired to be iwrtlcuWly marked an< It at tlir rnk of Hie owner* thereof ^ illltf r NKW YORK Ml k BOSTON SOUNu i'iLOT. (\W'.S I'Kb.tK OTT, Pilot*, or take* chargc aa matter ai i piioi of >whU bou.il to New Uadlnrd, over NaiirnrNt I Shoal Ko?t?ni, I'c fNmnitth, Poitlmtd, k*unel>?ck, and O'l'l < Ml i ilKIJ l.itl c h rye & Sli.i?N N .m?eat utoi*. . : i Waff iraet, cornel lie kmin i 1 if of ner ol.ani*, awd rlie aevend luiurauo Coin* 4tii*i iu u j ?it>, lit> ton, and I'orilauu. jyiV juiM ARRANGEMENTS. ' Tii? RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for fctorington and Newport, aud Friday for Stonington. The M AS9ACHU8KTT8, Captain Comttock, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stouingtou, and Satarday for Stoningtou, Newport and Providmce. Paaeengera, on the arrival of the steamers at Sfouinyrton will be immediately fojwarded in the splendid and commodious Can of the Hp.ifroad to Providence and Boston, mid if for Newport will pioceed iu the steamer Mohagan (111 superior order) from thence at 6 o'clock the following morning, thus givini; them an?opportun <ty of a night's rest on board tha steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and then breakfast on board the Mohegan. The above steamers hate been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort aud security of r-usenge.-s, and not snrpaeeed by any in the United Slate.;. For passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rate*, apply on board, at north side of pier No. I, 23 Broadway, or ofCce of Samuel niveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the tout* and steamers' berths oon be secured OB board, or i?" the office of HAHNDEN ?t CO., No. 3 Wall street ry NOTICV._CHA.NOK OF HOUR?On *td after M'i "day, Oct. 9:h, the steamers of the New Jersey Steam Navigation Company, forming the line to Providence aud Boston ri.\ Stoniuftcn, will leave pier No. 1, Battery PUce, at 4 P M. il V"y? K.u alter the 10th mst, freight w>11 out be received in forwarded after hslf-i<*?t 4 P. M. m9 6m# in ZqetTt ~*g? 3KVKN O'CLOCK MORNiNU LINK ^^^X53?KOR ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate SLa^aflbJK.LHndiiik5? From the stmmboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breakfast and Di?i<?r on board. Leeves New York?The F.mpire on Yiouday, Wednesday and liiday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday ord Saturday, at 7 A. M Lauding at?< aldweii's. West Point. Newbwgh, Hampton, Poughh,!?i?sie, Hyde P'-rk. RJiine?>ertt/U. Red Hook, Bristol, Cats* ill. Hudson, Cossackle and Kintierhork. The new low pressure strainer TI'OV , C.-puia A. Gorh.iin, cn this day, at 7 o'clock in the mortii. g The new low pressure steamer EMPIRE, Captain S. K il?:e, on Friday, at 7 o'clock ii the morning For passage, apply to F. B. H .11, at the "(Bee. foot of Bar* T ?y itrer. ui on board. Not'C".?All LrooJj, F reight, U'-gRatfe, 0? 'k C 'if. Speior >ny other kind of Property, taken, shu>|??d, or pn on Co 1 the Boil* of this Liue^nnst he tt tl-e risk of the ow ,*s of ?ui::i good*. sulo r Z<4~ r PEOPLE'S' LINK )i ?i KA illO.VI K fex?*' brwT KOK ALBANY -Dai'v at 7 o'clock P. M.~ -*1 t'r Through direct?From the steimhont piei u? tf-en Cotirtlanut and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. i he steamboat KN1CK ERBOCKE-R.Capt. A. P. Si. Johr will leave Monday, Wedueiday and Friday V.veuingi, at seven o'clock Steamboat ROCHKSTKR, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7 P. M. At S o'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Place*. Steamboat SOUTH AMKRICA, Capt. L. vV. Bran.ard, will leave Monday, Wedne*day, and Friday afternoon, at J Sttamboat NORTH AMKRICA, Capt. M. H. Trne*deli will leave ToestUy, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at fivt o'clock. Passenger* taking this Line of Boats will at all time* arrive u Albany in ample time to take the Morning Tram of Car* for th? east or west. 1 he above boats are new and substantial, are furnished with rfat and elet,'uit State Rooms, aud for speed and accommodations are unrivalled on the Hudson. for Passage or Freight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schulti ft the olfice 04. the wharf s25 r NOTICE?On and after Monday, Oct ICth.the bo- Is of this line will leave for Albany at 6 o'clock, P. M instead of 7. SEVEN U'CLOCK KVENINO LINK flLT ALBANY AND TROY direct, without ^SC^iJKiJK-l'Uidiiig?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot ol fourtlaudt street every Tueeday, Thursday, and Satarday f 'rings, at 7 o'clock, lor Albany direct. 1 he Hwallow ha* a large number of stair rooms,and for sprnd tnd accommodation* it uot surpassed on the Hudson. an8 fc NEW VOKK AND KINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. For Kingston, anc Delaware and Hudson team boats EMERALD and NORCaptain John Kstcham, will loave New York, foot of Murray street, every Monday and Thursday at 5 o'clock, P M. Will leave Kingston (Ron out landing) every Wednesday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samuels, will leave New York, foot of Warreu street, every Wednesday and Saturday at i o'clock, P- M. Will l.ave k agston (llondout landing) every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, t'. M. EXTRA TRIPS. Tlie EMERALD will leave the foot of Murray street err-, Sunday morningat 7 o'elock. Returning, leave* Kiugaton at ! o'clock, same day. For freight or p^nwige apply on board, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW U CO., all :<tn*r 164 West street. *u? FO' KEYPORT AND MIUDLETOWN fl,?- JPOINT. Daily, (Sundays excepted,) touch 3E>iaMdjHiM?E_iiig at Segnine s Dock St ??? n Island.?On and al>r. Mom!iv luly 31st, tin stoan-.ei IKICKLAM), Captain Ciawf" ?., ?ill leave >1 iduletoe n I oiut ou Mo' dav?, Tuesd.ns, V>e.nesd >s, Thumdivs ?tid t<r'iln,*, it half-pa* on* o'clock (tidi i>erinittiu^,) aiid Key|K>rt at 2o'i.'(>rk P. M t>eturuiiift. le.we New York, foot vl K-il/ iSon strvet, oigJTnen. div<. Wednesdays, Thurnday .nd Kridays, at i o'clocl^K. M and Mtunl i v ? at J I*. M Stage? wif1 he m i*adine*? on the irriva' of tha boat > con Vv, ] <??enyer to r leeliolO iit w part ol i.h' country. l/iitlurm conveyances on forget Etcur?ion?, Parties of pleasure w ill, be , lie.: to and frm Kort I Urn I lion or Keyport at re.,.,i,ii ( l ies _ _ |80in'm ARRANGEMENT ~ FOR *, -_j* SHREW Hhlj 11 \ ? Loiik Branch, Siuidy . I aw JR.Hook Ocenni House an.. E^wntowu l.au.lioe The wn me. mboit bHUKVVbBVKV, I aptain John r. Corliin, will imn run as follows, on aud alter Thursday, 27th ilist :?leaving New York, Irom the loot ?t Robinson street, every Tnes''>>, 1 liuriday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. And E a'oiit'iwn landing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The tfhrewsbnry will run as abovs, weather permitting, unl til fur iter notice. All baggage at the risk of the owners. Fare 37>i cents. N. U?Stages will be in attendance to convey passenger from the aforesaid lauding places to any part of the county re quired. Th? Shrewsbury will go the inner passage, when [ racticable, ielir mmmmmmmammmmmmmmmamemm E NE NE 7~Mfti DHAKTS ON P.NGLAND, !\rXTN7) ~Scc~2$E$y XlT"" wmitfin* m im t.> tli-- ' fne da i>. tinalPllhOlil t ountiy, cm In tu .pli?j ,< ith di u'li, i i ?ain? ol ?1, ? !. 4.3. ?3, ?10 zw, ?Ki, ?5u or <in* amo.o.r, payableon einaiid, without discount or am .itier charte .it the x .iti nil Ha k ol Ireland, I'rovincial Hanx do, Mr?in Junes Bui:, S mi o., liauk'Ti I ondoti; 1 Biw ?rd St l,'oM Kxch<nite aud Diacount Bank Live:poi l, Kaateni tUi k of Scotland; Oieenock Banking I oinptnv; Sir Win. K..rbe?, Hunfr&Co , Scotland; and the bnnche< iu every pjat towi, tin. luhout ' ngland, li?' laud. Scoinnd an;l Wa]?a, wnich dntfta wi'l be forwarded by th" l>?rk^l liii'D ol' the 7th, 13th. and loth, and the it?am<r Aca dia, tailing fxuin Boatou oil tin- l' tli Oct Ikt, h appl n.g to W. St J. T. TAFSeOTT. At their (inioraJ Paaaage Offios, 43 IVck Slip, comer South at. N. B ?All letters from the country muat come |>oat paid "13 r FOR LI VKRPOOL?British Veasel-The wall jtfHWWknown last sailiuv British ?hn> CM r.hTKlt, Johu JMMNaaWi l*on, muter, having a larue purl ion of her cargo encaged, will have quick desiiatcn for t>e above port. Parties abou' shipping colonial or domestic produce, will fiud the ('bestir a mail drairablo conve\ auce. 4.Kor freight or passage apply to the subscribers. HOCHK, BROTHKRS St CO., U Pulton ?t.. oljec ne?t door to the Kultou B.tnk. | ULAt.'K~BALL. OK OLD LINK OK LIVKK I IRWVroOL PACKKTS?Regular Packet, and sails on JhUmBm1 hur?day, the I8ih October?The maKiiiriceut, Wf II > known, very last sailing packet ship ENGL.vND, burthen I 900 tout, Captain Samuel Bartlelt, will sail positively as above, her regular day. I The accommodations of this splendid packet for cabiu, 2d cabin aud steerage passengers are unsurpassed for splendor, conve uienceanH comfort bv auv teasel afloat Those embarking Tor the old country will liuJ it to their interest to select this desirable coureyauco. For passage, which is v ry low, and to secure] the best berthj, early application should be made ou board, foot of Beekinan kt, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS tk. CO,, 3i Fulton street, next duor to the Fulton Bank. P. 8.?The England tails fiom Liveri>ool on the 7tli of Docember. Persons sending for their friends can have them brought out iu her, or in anv ol the packets comprising this magnificent and uuequalk"'.we, sailing from that port punctually on the 7th and 19th of each month. Drafts at sight for any amount drawn direct ou the Rotal Bank i f Ireland and on Messrs. Prescott, Grote, Ames it Co. Bankers, London, which are paid free of discount or any charge whatever, in every town throughout England, Ireland, Scotland aud Wales. For passage, tic. apply as above. The favorite packet snip oXKORll, will succeed the ENGLAND, aud sail for Liverpool ou the 1st November, her regular day. oCr Xfrg- NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS.? mFMVPacket of Ifitli October ?The new and elegant packet jpfiftbihip ROCHESTER, 1000 tons burthen,7'aptain J. unt'ou, will sail on Monday, li?th >C'ober. her tegular <Uy. 'l he ships ofth's line bei ig .ill 1000 tons and upwards,pei tons about to e i' hark lor the old ootlntry, w .11 u.>t fail to see th- ad| vantages to be derivd from electing rhis line in preference to I ?ny other, *s tluir e*i capacity render. 'lie,a every way more COinfi rtable and convenient than ships ol a -.mller class. Those wishing to secure L rtl.j in this inaguilicent (hip, should not fail to make early . pplicatim, to W. s, I T. TAPSCOTT, At tlieir Geunral Piiwage Office, 43 Peck slip, corner of South ar. The llochester will sail from Liverpool on theStli Decer.iiw-r. Persons washing to send for their friends,can have thein brought out in first class ships, sailing weekly, on favorable terms. Drafts for any amount, payable on demand without discount, in all the principal towns of Eugland, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, constantly for sale as ahove. The < iarrick will succeed the Rochester, and sail on the 26th October. *8r OLD BLACK BALL LINE OF PACKETS MrajfyKOR LIVERPOOL?Packet of the lOtli. Oc?ob?? JBMlfa The splendid fast sailing packet ship ENGLAND, Cap., bartlelt, will lx> despatchedas above, Iit regular day. She hassnperior accommodation for cabin, secoi d cabin and steerige lussenguni. Those wishing to secure berths v.ill r?quiru to make early application to JOHN HERDMAN, CI South st, n--ar Wall street. N. B.?Passage from Great Britain unu Ireland, via Liverpool, Can at all times be engaged, on the lowest lertn?, by any ol the regular packet slups, anil ilraf's tumi'-lieil Tor any amount payable at the National n il ProviiiCi.J Buik of Ireland uud at all the principal towns throughout the United kingdom, on application an above. oliilr FOR LIVERPOOL?NEW JL7>17^?-guT7r fwjRSVPacket of 25th October.?The splendid |>arket thin JHtMbUAH KICK, Captain Win Skid iy, of lotto tL.ua, will tail as above, her regular day. For freight or i>nssige, having handsome furnished ?ccominodir.ious,?pply on board at Orleans w harf, foot of Wall itreet, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO. Price of passage, $75. 56 South streat. The packet ilup ROSCJUS. Captain John Collins, of 1100 tons, will succeed the GAMIlCK, aid sail the 25th November, her regular day. Passengers may relv upon the ships of this liue sailing ptiuc tnally as advertised. 02 Jjfir' KOH LONDON?Pah October?Regular picket WlgMrVship WKLL1NUTON, '"apt. 1). Ch.idwick, will jjHMIb^ail as above, her regular U.tj. The accommodations tor cabin, second cibin ard steerage passengers, cannot be surpassed, in t'is very superior ve?*el. Persons desirous of securing berths should i.iake e'rlv applica tiouto JOSEPH McMURRAY, ol ec 100 Pine st, cor ier South FOR LONDON?RepjUr Packet of the 20th OcW^3K(^-tober?The fast sailing packet ship BWI'lZfc.RJKHlfisLAND, Capt. Kui^ht, buitlieu 1000 tons, will sail as above, lier regular day. Her accommodations lor cabin, .econd cabin and ?teenge passengers ar? uusurpassed by any >e<^el iu Port, a<i<] as l number of her passengers are already ei,g .ved, tfiov> irons of securing bt rtlu should inak. ,ally applic rion t > JOSEPH McMURRAY, o!3r 100 Pi.ie street. corner of South. FOR HULL?A food ship i of loadiug for i lull s^WjVcau taka the bulk of P00 bhls hgiit !. :*ht Apply t" WOODHULL Jk. M1NTURN, ? V >*c #7 South street PASSAGlfb HOV rrVn'k?ViT Liverpool- 1 fcTt yW.the first spring shil >.?VVe b~g to inform our friends ;mHViu? liat during the cotniug tpring, IHM ?>. shall hare i 41'lai succession ol first cU? Amriicau ships, sailing from the above port everv week. which sill ?e fniwl our in such a maimer for second cabin and st'?rage pisseugrrs, as cannot fail i,. ".sure them ever> comfort. One of our firm. Mr. laines O K. elie, resides there, wh.i will see personally to the forwarding all our |mssenge?, md V >11 spare neither pains or es|?nse to 11 their *? she., and h i? i thein forw ariled w ithout a'iy delay '.o r .tending lor their friends will at ouce s?h?the advantage to derived by paying in )ur line Appl? to. or address 11 b> :er post |>hiiI, ROCHE BROTHERS k CO. ii Kulton street, ur*t door to the Fulton Bank , or to JAM r^S D. ROCHE, 14 Goree Piatzas, Liverpool. P. 9.?Passage certificate! and drafts can lie sent from this by l'i" regular packet ships on the 1st, 7th, Hlh. 19th and 25th ol ever^ meuh, also by the Boston steamers on the 1st and llith. SPUING AKRANOKM1- NTS FOR FM4?P?s^y|fVsage from Dublin, Belfast, Newry, Londonderry, Sli namna. miway, I orK. ? atertord, Wet lord nud Loiuem k, can now be engaged fi r the firm spring ships, suiting from Liverpool, by weekly opportunities Such < may be sending lor their relatives will find it their advantage by nuking arrangements wttb 'he subscribers. Dral'ia payable ?t sight for U'k'e or small lumi on the Koyal Bank of Irelaud Apply to ROCHh, BROTHERS k ( o., 3S h niton atr-et, New York, or to olO r JAVILS D. ROt HE, Liverpool Jrfg- TERRY fc SMITH, V MloRANT AOENT8. MMCTVfrnm Lancashire and Yorkshire, England, have esta jMUfika^l'the'1 an olfife No. 60 So Jtli street, New York, for protection of Emigrants either coming to or returning Ironi this country?h<ve I'acket Ships sailing weekly Drafts i ayable at sight on A. Haywood, Sons it Co , Liverpool. or their order ou any Bank in England, Ireland, Srothnd, or Wales. A si* dy conveyance to any part of the State* is alio guaranteed on application to the subscribers. A BERRY, o'OSfr THOS. A SMITH. ?jEtt FOR HAVRE.?The superior French ship Ml MaMf* NERVE, Captain d'Acheut, will sail ou or aboui jSttM&'he 24th instant. For freight or passage, apply to . CREAOH k HEYDF.CKER. or to BOYD k. H1NCKEN, oC r 9 Toniine Buildings. PACKET h OH HAVRH?Second"Line?The MrjRa^ship ONEIDA, J?m? Kunck, muter, will is.iiI ou JfiilRfailhe 1st of November. BOV D k HINCKEV, No 9 Tontine Building, ollec corner W.?li and Water streets. KOR RIO DK> IAN MHO?Ttie fist sailing cop barque MAZEPrA, a lint class ve?s?l, will sail JllaiMtoiD .nth instant. h <>r mmge, haviug very superior st ite room accommodation' for forty passengers, apply to I apt. Smith on board, at pier No 11 E R . or to OURDON s . OIT. 31 Oid Slip A limited number of s eer??e passengers will be uk>-<i on moderate terms, if early application be uutda. olO to o20*m ? FOR SAVANN VH?First Regular I'ack.t with lHry^V''e',J,,lch?'1 h? firsi ciasa fas'silling ship LAN) A^vjtfHM",lll 11 E, < apt L>o i, burthen RiO ions, will sail as aO..?e, tier regular day. , llivoig -ery sup. nor accoiiiuio>'atio:;s for cabin, serond ".a bin mil steerage passengers, those intending to embaik shotili make imoieuiat. applicant! ou board, foot of Dover ?t , < r to JOSEPH McML RRAY, 100 Pine street, ollr corner of South. PASSAUK KOR NEW ORLEANS?To ~7l *v4fl^,n.,Miively IC'h October I'lie splendid well known ASK .?t P'cket sit p AL \BA.\I A, Capt. Bunker, . ill sol positively is above, h-r r-gularday. Mie ha? exceedingly good accommotlations f>r cibin, second cib n ind ?ieerag> puse ^ is. and la ralrulatej to afford every CO" lort to passengers during the voyage. Tho.e about going to New Oileois, would do well to tns|iect thia ship, aud make early application "ti Itoard, fo?t of Wall street. jjr to W. It J. f J APSCOl 1, 13 Peck slip, corner South street. The Yaxoo will jnccerd the AlaV.ma, and sail on the 20th WN. B.?-The ihip? of tliim liue sail every fire day a aan.ual, throughout the tenon. 0|2 e KOH NEW ORLEANS?To nail ;>o?itiv?ly 01. KrjN^.th<- 16'h Off ?'I he elrgant tirafna ih.| t# - .OROH JMMfcBfaS I'EVhNS, t apt. < uahing, will be doapatched M lllOVr. . I Thi* ?hip nffpn a mwt d*gir?ble convey* c<" lor a united number ol aecoud cabiu paneugert, a? no will bp t iktn; the mCoi if r tbin i? hand' mely nlt'd up with atate ro?m?, will all oihei amiigenieuia necraaarj lor tli- c union of |i\i*i'nKrn Kit i>*a*a.;e, aio'ly on bouu the ahip, pier 10 t. R., foot of Old ?lit>, or to JOHN Hi RDMAN, ?l Sooth ?ttv?l, Hff?r W.ill afreet. N. B.?Th? ?uhaeriH?r him fir?t c1iw? ?hip* tailing weekly lot ' the above port, by which puiw i an be miift'tl . llh? oweat l*te?. o11 Mr Are- REOULAH PACKET FOR NEW ORLEANS ?racket ftl IHih Orto. r.?Thr *j>|eiulid well known JAMUm ?rk'-t aliip >OR'l'll i'AROLi\.\, <'api-un Drummaud, will tail punctually aa above, lH-r r??ul >r day. Thia tine packet ha* nccommoditiona lor cabin, >erond cabin, and ateerl ,i|te |*a?eiiK?T?, lar iu|ienor toanyotlivr aliip a.uinu to the above j'Ott. 1 lie price OflMtafr la low. mix! tho?? to m'uir lieriha ahonld not full in making early application on board at , pivr loot of Jonea'lane, neat Wall atrvei, or to W It J. T. TAI SCOTT. 1 At their Oeneml Taaaaift Oilier, 43 Peek alio, corner South tt [ Who have alao regnhr lirat clasa packet* aailing weekly t 1 London, Lirerpool, New Or.eana, Mobile, Savannah, *u4 Charleaton. oil FOR MAHM'.IM.I S?Packet tur lit NoveirilierI Tlie alnp ?.Ol III! II. 0,.pt I>ug?'*u, ; i?rwl and JttfUKa upper huteue I. 1- or freight or p.i?*age, apply to S BROOM it CO ortoBOYU U HINI-Kr'N, j oUac M i. 9 I'.mtiiM DiiUinj, ??. t Ai-< f nn i ip.it rl sret'KSHOR to th.- I?te linn ..I OHININ Ik VA..N Jp?VR.ANKKN, contiimaa th?> bii?iu?i? in ill iu bianthvi at th? oi l iin'iil, No. 211 lir<>*tiwav. o|.i*>mi? M iVnlY A nfj .iii.l full ?tock of Hi . Vnirm, ( iiiianr, Ki >luk n wiii otliCT Hat*, ol' Ilia l.itut ?tyle, now rruly. V W \ KXNkfcN, Hatter, eUlw*r UtoaUwa), un>o?iU Si. 1'iulV W YO W YORK. SUNDAY MOK RED HIRD LINE O- > ' A??KS, ! ? IN CO^NKCTIOV WITH _ .. " THE M W YORK AND n a i L u o A i'? Vj o\'i p v v v r ,M A . i.ui 'lM- Nl S! T 1 O IH'LV CI rsi * Ou .uiJ alter WflnnJiV, I th October in?t , tSe Re Bird , Line <>J Si i n vtil! Ie.iv- t'ir v II ii.?- .1 White Plaint every J morning, (ou day* evented,) at 8 o'clock, A. M., and fiery ? alfrai.1) U I o'clock r. v., >,nd thi? K ilrnad Oepol, City J Htl'. and the We?(ih?ii?r I loin-, corner of Brooine street ?ii(i j th* Bowery, * vv VorU -v-iv iiioraiug 11 8 o'clock, and every ^ afteriioo I b, the io'duik train. ! , Agent* ?re in co: iu I .it.end 'ice >t th.' Railroad Depota, ol ; whoin e.erv ii?T..rir?ation in.i. be obtained. and who will nl?o ; tteud to th: baggage rut U'ider thur charge. HI HAM DEFOREST, Proprietor . White Plaint, Oct Uh. 813. oil im*?c J NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANS- ? PORTATION COMPANY WWB-J |IMM b i WW -nWr-iy 4 NEW YORK AN1~NT/^ARK FARE REDUCED TO l'WENTY-FJVF t.KNTS. From llit' foot of Courtlaudt street, New York. (Evsry day?Suuds ? exriycd.) i Leaves N?"W York Lea?e% Newark. At 8 A.M. At 2 P. M. At 7 A M. At 1* P. M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. J'j do. U do. 4 do. 9 do. 51,. do. , !>& do. 10>i do. 7,C do. 6>? do. 9* do 8 >lo. ON SUN0AV8. a From the foot of Courilandt street. I Letvu N?w York. l.ettve? Newark. a At 9 A. M. and i\ P. M. At I IK P M. and 9k P. M. 1NKW VORK, EL!ZAB F.TI1 TOWIs! Leaves New York. Leave* Klixabrth Town At 8 A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7'tf A. M. 3,S P. M. P 9 do. 4 do. ?'* do. 7 do. v 11 do. 4>? do. 10 do. 9}* do. It ifi do. 12 do. The trains for Westlidd, Plainfield, Itoundbrook, Somer- tl ville, 81c., coiinort with the 9 A. M., and P. M. ; trains tl from New Ycik dailj, Srudayi excepted. Fare beiweej. New irork and Klixabeth Town 2'i cents. C Fare between do. n'ld Smnervill*. 75 rents. S NKW YORK AM) RAHWAY. C Leav. New Vork. Luive* Rahway. At ? A. M At 3 P.M. At 7 A.M. At P. M IS 9 do. 4 dj. 8 d.. H do. L 11 d& 1V dr. 9)? do. 9 do. I 6'< do. 11V do. 8 NEW if OH 1 AM> NKW BRUNSWICK. t Fiotn foot of Courtlaudt street, New York, daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Brum wick. At 9 A.M. At 4 P. .1 At 6 A.M. At IIV A.M. 5* do. 7K do. 8>? P. M. a ON SUNDAYS. Leaves New York Leaves New Brunswick. P At 9 A M. and IV P. M. At 11* A M., and 8^ P. M. Fare, except ill the Philadelphia traius, between New York ind N?w Brunswick. 50 cents. u-iweeM iif? * oru aua lianway, 25 centr. C Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket olfice, re Crive i ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are receiveil by the con- Z dactor orly "" the uny when purchased aul9 r ' SUMMER ARRANGEMENT 1 NEW Y'ORK AND PHILADELPHIA RA .KOAD LINE * DIRECT. Via Newark, Nkwbrinswu r,Pkincktois, TntiSTOrf, r BORDENTOV.N Af!M Bu'ltLINfiTON. 1 Leaviug >?w York daily from the foot of Courtlandt St. | Morning Liue ut V A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at i\ P. M. ( The Morning Line proceeds to Bordeutnwu, from thence by t nUUMtt to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceed! direct to Camden (opposite to t Philadelphia) w ithout change of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot ol Courtlandt strtrl, where a commodious steamboat, will be in ( reafliness.with biggaga crates ou board. ] Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wiliout being opened l>y the way Each traiu is provided with .< car in w hich are apartments and dressing rooms expressly for the ladies' use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Wal- , out street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o clock, A. M. ,, and by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia atA. M., and 4 I'. M. being a "omhiuatiou of die line* from New York . jy28 3m*sc I PATE K SON RAILROAD. egts&s ^3J1 ? KAItb ONLV 24 CENTS Kroin Patersan to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1813, the cars will leave ParrnsoN Depot. Leave Nkw York. ? A. M. 9 A. M. I ll)g " 12>? P. M. f 3 r. M. 4 " ? ON SUNDAYS. ( Lka-b Pat: rsow D*pot. Leave New Yorr. 8 A. M. 9J* A. M. 3 P. M. 4 P. M. Transportation cars leave daily (Sundays excepted.) Passengers are advised ! be ai tti? Keiry, foot of ("ourtlaiidt street, a IwaliMMMWtMlMNkwl ol'de srtnre. jvl96m ( FOR BL'KKALO AND ALL PARTS OK THE WEST ^hsSt \SSOClATION WsSAtrl. CCKICE TO ALU AW . Utica tl U" |{./Chester, $3 00 Syracuse, " 45 Buffalo. 3 40 Oswetio, 2 25 L*r?. and Lower' ar.ada,4 40 By the fast line to Buffalo ?nd found, $8 00. For paaiace aptly to M. L. RAV, an?f '<ra til rtnrelav street. New York. A-51 H A R N D F. N gg* ^ * Ac co's ENGLISH, EHENCH, BKL'JIAN AM) AMKKM AN EXPRESS, CJKNEKAL KORWARDINQ AND COMMISSION HOUSE. HARNDEN fci < O. will receive and forward by their daily Express Cars, Specie, lie k Note*. Pack <ges and Parcels, to any part of ihe United States u.-Canada-, and by the steamers and jackets to any part of England, lreluid, Scotland, Belgium or c Particular attentinn is |mid to the purchase or sale of nil descriptions of merchandise. collecting Mid l*?ying Drafts, Notes, Aiid Bills, to the ejitry of merchandise at the < "nstom House, uid to the Kent-raj transaction of any ami all kinds of forwarding and commission business. Bills of Kichange in sums to suit, furnished ou St. John, N. B., Ililifn, N. or ou axy part of Kuri>i>e. All goods must be marked "Hardei. Si Co." Foreign Post ? Office Letter Bags are made .up for all the Royal Mail Sjtenm- , ers from Boston, and the steamer and sailing packets from New V ork. , Principal office* and agents:? Messrs. Wilmer and Smith, 33 Church street, Liverpool, , Kngland. Messrs. Maclean, Maris & Co., J Ahchurch lane, London. c Messrs. Kmerson & Co., Paris and H?Vie. Samuel Haight, Ksq.. American (o.uul, Antwerp, Belgium. Messrs. J. and J. O. Woodward, St. John. N. B. A. W. Godfrey, Halifai, N. S. J. O. Woodward, New Orleans, La. ( Messrs. J. B. Saierac & Co., Havana. Haniden & Co. 8 Court st., Boston. All goods must he marked Harden & Co. N. B.?Haruden & Co. are pI. ne responsible for the loss or 1 injury, of any articles, or projx'rt' of any description committed j. to their care; nor is any ri?U assuuieu by, nor can any be at* t tached to the New Jersey Steumbont Navigation Company, by (i which their crate* are or may he transported; nor the New Vork, Providence, and Bosto 1 llailroad or the Bostnn and Pro- f vidence Hailroad Corporations. iu reapec' to their contents at i \ny time. liA . MDKN k. CO., i jvia r No. 3 Wall st.. Ne-? York ***** ^,1 ULLENvVCOPPjgj^ | IP^FTNo 3 WHil-glrr-pl.^jTOr- ^W3- < NEW VOHK, ALBANY 1 ROY .55 MCl.NTK ~VL ! UJtPRKSS. MfMrt. H. nidf II Co having disposed of their routs from t ^ ".v Vera to Alliany aud Tro*,, the subscribes, th* old conductors .?*' Hr dfii iCo'i Northern Kipma, from New York Mr i II continue to run. j* l?en to fore, leaving New York. Albany ini. 1 roy Daily' and cjnnect at Troy with Jacob*' Montre.il Kxpress, .mil will forward Hj?ecie, Bank Notes, Packages. Bun''ascs o Goods, kc to any place between New York ami . vlantruii, and throughout the Canada's Also Kant from Troy i id Ali?au> to Boston, and Want from Albany to Buffalo. Ml business entrusted to their charge will lie promptly attended to. I'ariicnl r attention w ill be paid to the collection ol ^ notes, drafts, acceptances, Ate. and pioinnt returns r; ule for the ?tr PIJLLKN Ac COP P. Ofticea? Pullen St Copp. 3 Wall street. New York. Thos (rough. li KvchanRe, Albany. A. (t. Kilkius J26 R ver street, Troy. S. Jacob's Kxcha i/e Court. St Paul's st. Montreal. KKKJ* 'IKNCKH. Nrw Yokk. Alp%p<v. Tiior. Vim-, Ward 6l Kinf, K. J. Humphrey, Jno. Payne, Jacob Little St Co.. Thos. (Jough. P. Wells; Jo!iu T. Smith k to. S K Stow, iVpoon Hoffman. C.8 Dougla**, Carpenter st Varmilyt. F Leake Houghton St. Co. Drew, Kobmson h Co. a I9r , jUliL ; NEW YOKa AND HAVRE PACKETS. <iicimd Line?The Slii|?? of (hit line will hereafter leave New York on tlw 1st, and ilnvr* ou the Hth of each month, as fol- ' lows, vil From Nsw York. From Havrk. New Slur ONEIDA, I 1st March. i Ifith April. Captain <UtJul>. < loth August. James Fnnck. ( lit November. ( 16th December. "*hip BALTIMORE, I lit April i Ifirh May. Captain < Ut Angust. < l?ili September , Edward Funck. ( Ut December. ( 1Mb January. Ship UTICA, i Ut May. v 16th June. Captain < lit 8ei*ember < Ifith October, h rederick Hewitt. ( Ut January- I l^th February. ' New ship Sf. Ml HOLAS i 1st June. I 18th July. , Captain \ Ut October. < Ifith November. J* B IVII, ( Ut February. ( 16th Marsh. The accommodation* of theae ships an- imt iur|??nl. cum billing nil that mu b? required for comfort. Tin price of en ' !>iu p-issaje is $100. Passenger* will be supplied witH every rp j1 Tuisite with the egception ol wines and liquors. 1

till.ids intended for these vmsela will be forwarded by tlie subscribers, free from any other thin the expense* actually incurred oil them. For freight <* passage, apply to B(VYD k HLVCKEN, Age?u, 1 rXtrr Wo. I. Toi Hiiilding, cor. Wall and Water st MARSEILLES line of packets. Ytb rtb ?ii> i in- uni!ermentii>neU Ifilpi will be regulaity disr>aich?Uii>iii iienee and I turn Marseille* on the 1st of each moutu daring the | From Ntw York. Marseilles. J OOURIGH, Ca.>t, Dugg.ui, June I. Aug. I , I'REBCOTT. ?rt- Myrick, July 1. Sept. I t HELLESPONT, i vpt. A lam*. Aug. 1. Oct. I , I-OKIQLaNI S, l ipt. H . le, Sept. 1. Nov. I H'R\ THOMP80N.(.iir'-|)yl t*'i Oct. I. Dec. 1 , They are all com-led snJ copper tastem ,1, and hare excellent , accommodations I. r r>?*eiigers. t 1 he price o| cabin i'**s?g? will be $100, etclusive of winea t md liquors. Ooods addres <ed to tlie agent*. BOYD k IIINCKEN, still '? for wauled irre of oth"t coarg-ns than those actually paid. For freight or passage apply l? ( BOY I' * HINCKEN, Agenra, iVn <1 'I'linf ma An. I,III.j. nt | uuflr S. BHUU.VI ? CU., Ill frooi tu?i, [i ?ggB.-L.L - ? IM ? I RK U NINtt. OCTOBER 15, i* NEW LINK OT LIVERPOOL PACKETS. Po nil from New York m tin1 iitli aud Livrriiool on thr 13tli uf inch inoutli rjtZ >?. k**1 tfjffy ?fStv j Hu* Nvjw Ihip KOS( !l S, Capiain John 0 olliut, 2!i<h July. illip SIUDON^ i (iiit'iin A B Cobb, 2tth August liiip SHERIDAN, <i't tin K. A Depeystei, ttth Sept Ihip (iAKRICK, Captain Win. ""kiJdj, 25th October. FRUM Uivkkhioi.. ihip SHERIDAN. I aplain K. A. Uepeyster, I3ih July. iliip (iARRK K, ( lit Win Skiddy, 13th August. Ihip H09< ll'S, i aptain Jnlm I 'ollins. IJth S?ptetnbei ihijL" SIDDONS, Captain K. li. Cobb, I'Jth October. These ships are nil of the lirnt class, upwards of 100(1 tons, milt in tn? city of New York, with such improvement* as onibine great *|?ml with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been takxn in the arrangement of their accommodations The price of pimje hence is #TJ. The** ships m commanded hi exjierienced master*. who will make every lertion to give general satisfaction. Neither tne captains or owners of the ships will be ruspousiile for any letters, parcels or packages seut by them, unless roular billa of lading ire signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS L CO., ;>6 South ?t.. New York,or u> BBOWN, ShlPLEV St bO., Liverpool. Lettrti* by the packet* will chared 12^ cent* per suiul heet ; SO cent* i?er ounce, *i?<| newspapers I cent each. jy7 ec ULD L8TAUUsfiKl) TAssX(;K~JKKICK, 10(1 Pine street, corner of^outh. ^ ^ THE subscriber begs leave to call die attention of his Irlends lid the public in genenl, to the following arrangements lor m3, lor the purpose of bringing out calmi, 2d cabin, and steerge passengers, by tie Regular Packets, sailing as follows, viz : rom Liverpool, the 1st, 7th, i:ith, Kith and25tli of every month. " London, tin 1st, 10th tnd 2l)tli In addition to the above regular lines, a number of splendid Jew York built transient (hips will continue to sail from Lierpool weekly, ill regular tuccessinn, thereby preventing the ???i possible delay to passengers on their arrival in Liverpool. For the accommodation of persons wishing to remit money to lieir families or friends, drain are given, payable at sight, on le following Hanks, vi7 Provincial Hank of Ireland, payable at 'ork, Limerick, Clonmel, Londonderry, lligo, Wenlord, Bel list, Waterford, ralway, Armagh Athloue, Coleriin, tail ina, Tralee, Youghal, Knniskillen, louaghan, Banbridge, Ballymena, Paraonstown, lownpatrick, Cavan, Lurgan, Omagh, luugaiiuon, Bandon, Eiinis, Ballyshannou traliane, Dungarven, Mallow, Moueymore, 'ootchill, Kilrush, The Ulster Bank of Ireland, and all its branches. The National do do do. Scotland?The City of Glasgow Bank and all its branches lid agencies. l'_T?I a \a a A. in.#-.. r> -i - ayable iu any town in Great Britain. For further information (if Ivy letter, post paid.) npplv (o JOSEPH McMURrAY. 100 Pioe.treat, corner of South. )r to P. W. BYRNES & Co. 36 Waterloo Road, si lmr Liverpool. 'ASSAGE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND 11<EL.ANL) &$> its. ^UY THE BAI.L (muUt LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. Sailing from Liver|>ooi on the 7th and PJth of every month ] Persona wishing to tend to the Old Country for their friends :ati make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and iavtf them come out in thi s su|<erior Line of Packets, Sa Iiuu nm Liverpool punctually on the 7th and PJth of every month. I'ney will also nave a first rate class of American trading shi|>s, ailing every sn ilays, thereby alfording weekly communicaion from that port. One of the firm (Mr. James I). Roche* is here, to see tliat they sliaJI be forwarded with eare and Jeslatch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will i* returned to those who paid it here, without any reducion. The Blark Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packet!, comprise he following magnificent Ships, viz :? rhe OXFORD, 'riie NEW YORK. CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS, EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With such superior and uueonalled arrangements, the suhcribeis confidently look forward lor a continuance of that supiort which has been euended to them so many years, for which hey are grateful. 'i hose proceeding, or remitting money to their relatives, can t all times obtain Drafts at sight for any amount, drawn direct n the lioyal Bank of Ireland. Dublin, also on Messrs. PRE8COTT, GROTE, AMES Si CO. Bankers, London, rhich wilj be paid on demand at any of the Banks, or their Inncliei, in all the principal towns throughout Kuglaud, ireind, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if by letter, postpaid.) ROCHE, BROTHERS Sc CO. 3i Fulton street New York. next door to the Fultou Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets sail from this lort for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each mouth. Parties eturuing to the old country will find it to their comfort and .((vantage to select this favorite Lin? for their conveyance, in irefereuce to any other. nZ7 r JOHN 1 lEHDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. r* kEgULAR LInT^T PACKKT SHI t'S, 61 South sweet. New ^ ork. PASSAGE to and from Great Britain and Ireland, via LI rerpool and London, by the regular jweket ships, sailing on he 1st. 7th, J3th, 19th, and 2itli of each month to and from Lirerpoo) and to and from London 1st, lO'll and 2uth of each nonth. The subscriber has made uucqcnlled arrangements to bring iut emigrants, and car, with great confidence, issure those peroils sending lor their friends, that every due and diligent atration willbe shown them, and all whoeinhark with them 'assage can also he engaged from Liverpool direct to Sew Or...... M.O..I. i. it., i,i-i. .1 i.. i.. i a o the different ports ol the British Provinces, at the lowest a tei. With those arrangements, together with the Adv.uitni?e which iin Liverpool eomip mdeuti potieu, being burgt snip onmn, ml e*tensivel> engaged in the freixhtinK business despatching early at least KM) first cl t*s ship* from Liverpool to the va rout orU of the united IkAMi, wioi freight uid pmsenflwt The scility otfereil hy this ("tLahlistimeiit is unsurpassed, and from hel&ige u umber ol Ant cleee shipe tanlovnd in the line Chen an be no detention whatever, winch will be guaranteed. The VMS "i passage vv i 11 he at the lowest fltW, and should I I hose sent for dec line coming, the passage money will be as ustomary refunded. The steamboat fare from the different ?orts to Liverpool can, as usual, be secured. .JOHN HfcRDMAN.tl South $t, N V. or J. U W. HOB IN SON, uear Wall street, Merchants and Immigrants' Agents, No. 16 Ooree 1'iazzas. Liverpool. DRAFTS AND EXCHANOE. The Subscriber rvquestj the mention of those remitting mo ey lo their friend* to his unequalled arrangements tor the paynent of hi> drafts on demand, without dmcouut or any charge vhatever, at the following Banking Institutions, viz;? IN i.NULAM)?.Messrs. James Bull, Son at Co., Bankers ?ondon. Messrs J. Barnard St Co., Exchange a id Discount Bank, Liernool. National Provincial Bauk of England, and Branches throughiut Englaud and W iles Vorksliire District Bank and Branches. Birmingham Banking Co. Lancaster Banking Co. IN SCOTLAND?Ureeuock B.viki ig Co in (ilasgow and Jreenock Eastern Bank of Scotland and Branches. IRELAND?l'rovincia' Sir* of Ireland Invtgh Cork Eunis .Mallow Itlilone Carlow Entmkillen Moneymore lalliun Cavan Gal way Omagli klfast Coleraine Kilkenny Parsonstowa laiubridge Cootehill Kilrush Sligo tallymen* Dublin Londonderry Strabane lanuon Downpatrick Larger. Tralee lally>.haimon Dung union l imerick W aterford Monmel Dungirron Monaghan Youghal! National Bank of Ireland. iillinsloe Casilehar Moat* Tipperary iauagher Enniscorthy Nenah T nam ioyle Kennoy New Ross Thomastowii Josher Calway Roscrea Tralee Warrick on Sair Kai.turk Ruicnmrnon Weatnort 3astlerea Longford Sligo Weiford ' 'harlesville Louuhrea Tallow Wicklow Jlonmel MicTiaelstewn Thurle# N. B.?In addition to the Liverpool and London packets, the inbscriber is also a^ent for the regular packet* sailing weekly rom New Vork to New Orleans. Mobile. Charleston, ana Savannah, by which passage can be secured at the lowest rates Vn-tf IOHN HERDMAN. THfc NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. ah. shNew ship QUEEN OF THE WEST, /j?,1!* 1250 tons. Philip P. Woodhoas* ) itth May Shir HOTTINGUER, I0W loo., ( !?!L' v,'''Tb'rlr* Bun.lv, \ Th Thone anbatantial, fiut sailing. first elm ship*, all built in tie city of New Vorli, are commanded by in?u of experience nil ability, inH will be dispatched pnuctually on the 16th ol ach month. Their cabins are elecant and commodious, and are furnish, rf ritli whatever cau conduce to the ease and comfort of paasei,m. Neither the captain* or ownnn of theae shi|*s will be respoiible for any parcela or package* tent by them, uiilesa regular ii I la lading are signed therefor. K?r freight or iwaue apply to WlKJimULL k MINTURN8, 87 Mouth street, New York, or to KIELDEN, BROTHERS ?t CO., an 9 Liverpool rOK NEWaOKLEAN8 _ ?OUISlAN'NA AND NEW VORK LINK OK PACKETS tih. M. ife M. ( Ol III> better accouimoaation of ship|iers, it if intended to Iripatch a ship from thia port on th? l?t, iili, Iflth, IJth, 2(lth ivf 25th of each month, commencing the 10th October and coninning until May, when regular ilaya will be .tpiminted for th? emainder of the year, whereby great delays mil diaa(>|*>iii'nrnts w ill be prevented during the auminrr monllu '1 he folowing ?hi|'? will commence thia arrangement; Snip \ AZOO, Captain Cornell. Slur < >1 ON EE, ( -aptain Jackaon Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Hilliard Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAK8PEAKE, ( at tain Miner yiup O.VSTON, Captain Lithain. Sinp 111 NTSViuCiy Captain Mumford. t)t MULUEE, Captairf Leavitt. Ship N ASHVILLE, Captain l)i, kinaon, Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight., Hnip LOUISA, Capitin Mulford. ' The** ahipa were all built in the city ol New York, eipres, v for packeta, are of light draft of water, haae recently be*i< 1,-wly coppered and imt in aplendid ordar, with accommod*iom ior i'?i>aeut(m unequalled for comfort, i'hey are com nanded by eti*-ri?iced wasters, who will make every eaertiou o give general aliifaction. They w ill at all timea be towed IP and down the Mississippi by attmboata. Niiihrr ihe owner* or captains of the*>< ahipt will be reapon ivi.. t'.e latciilrv. 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Jack Hinton, cp. etl. 3lj{c I FXPrMjUlTs vhJNt.tAI, Hv OFKICt; 43 PfciCK SLIP, NEW VOKK. f^fjv i in- subscribers beg to call the attention of their frit- ul< inw ihe public generally, to their superior arrangements for brumiiik out passengers from, and remitting mouev to any part < f iMiglanu, Ireland, Scofland or Wales, in the magnificent packi Jt ships. comprising the ' NF.W LINfc OK LI VKR.POOL PACKETS," VIZ.:? Ship ROSCIUS, Capt. Collins. Sh11> SIDDONS, Captain Cobb. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain Depeyater. Ship OABRICK , Captain Skiddy New ship HOTTINOUER, Captain Buraly. Ship SOU I'HKRNKK, Captain Woodhousa. Ship ROCHKSTKR, Captain Palmer. New Ship LIVERPOOL. Captain K.ldredge. bailing twice every mouth ; and with the " VN1TKP LINE," :omposed ..| suiwrior lirst class American ships. tailing every mi days, will make five ships ill each month throughout the >ear. (or one every six day?) thereby preventing the possibility if unneceasary detention. Passage* direct from London, Bristol and Greenock to New ifork. Also from Liverpool to New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah Charleston, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore and the various ports in British North America, can at all time* be engaged on liberal terms. Persons wishing to send for their friends, will not fail to see the advantages to In-derived from selecting this line in preference to any other, and they may rest assured that unusual care will be taken to make the passage agreeable, tile ships being fitled up with an eye solely to the comfort of passengers. In ill c.is?s where the parties sent for decline coming, the moley will be refunded without any deduction, as usual. A free passage from the varioiia seaports of Ireland and Scotland, can llaO be secured The regular packers for which the subscribers are agents, sail is follows, vii :?To and from London on the 1st, 10, and 20tl> >1 men month. I o aim irom Liverpool on me ist, nn. urn, !9th, and 21th of each month. New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, and Charleston, weekly throughout the miaou. H E M1TTA NCE3. r?rioii> in the conntry wishing toaend money to their friends 17 enclosing the sum they with sent, with the name and adj'rai of the parties to receive, it, may rely en a draft for the 1'rount being forwarded per first packet, after the receipt thereof, and an acknowledgement for the tame returned per mail. drafts at night, for any amount, are payable on drmand, withn it discount or any other charge, at the National and Provine 1 Banks of Ireland and hranchea, Eastern Bank of Scotland renock, and their hranchea, Messrs. James Bult, Hon St Co. II i.kern Loudon Exchange and Discount Bank. Liverpool anal I i every principal town of Great Britain and Ireland Kurther particulars made known on application, if by letter. i>o?t k*id, to W. be J. T TAHBCOTt. div * <3 Peck Slip. corner Sooth at ~~~ 6Ll)l,f>K LlVhUfOOL ~A~KfcTF^ jtjy pffifv plr! uLD LIN^^>oTckets for Liverpool will herv.Hui I <le?p?tche<l in the following order, escepting that when tl e ' ulintc day I <11* ou Sunday, the ships will Mil on the succeed tug day, vii From New York. From Liverpool I Che CAMBRIDGE, (June 1 July If H10 tout, < Oct. 1 Nov If \V. C. Burrow, { Feb. 1 Mar If The ENGLAND, V June 19 Aug 7 TtO Font, (Oct. 19 Dec 7 S. Bart leu. ( Keb 19 April 7 rhe OXFORD, SJu|V 1 Aug iS >00 ions, < Nov. 1 Dec. I' J. Rathbone, ( March I April If rhe MONTEZUMA, I July 19 Sept 7 1000 luu*. < Nov. 19 Jan. 7 A. B. Lowber, ( March 19 May 7 The EUROPE. i Aug. 1 Sept 1! 61* tona, { Dm. I Jan 19 E. O. Furbee, ( April I May M The NEW YORK, (uew) < Aug. 19 Oct. 7 940 tons, j Dec. 16 Feb 1 T. B. Cropper, (April 19 June 7 rhe SOUTH AMERICA, I Sept. T Oct. IV 660 tona, < Jan 1 Feb. !< E. O. Bailey, ( May I June If' Dm COLUMBUS, v Sept " >'"? 7 700 tona. < Jan. 19 Mar. 7 O. A. Cole, ( May 19 July 7 These ships are not surpassed in (kipiiI of elegance or comfon n their cabin accommodations. or in their last sailing qualiti y any vessels in the trade The coiiini i inlers are well known aa men of character and <|<erienCe. < id the strictest attention will always be |*id It romote the comfort and convenience of Passengers Punctuality, aa regards the dty of sailing, w ill be observed as leretolore. The price of |>a-saage outwsrd is now fue.l it Seventy-Fiv? >ollars. lor which irnple stores of every description will h? rovided, with tlM exception id'wines and lienors, which will e furnished by the stewards, if required. Neitoer the ripuin or owners ol tlwse shi|?a will be reapnnihle lor vi> letters, parcels, or oackiges sent by them unless I egular bills ol lading are signed therelor. For freight or paa- | age, apply to GOODHUE ?i CO,?4 Sooth at. ' . H. MARSH ALL, J8 liurliug slip, N. Y IV l? and of HAHINO BROTHERS h fh? t.'wi '' Ar'CCrs' Y flR* j ir tLdailv express J W r Git ALUA.S ? , TROY, t. HICAGll a.id tne ( A \ AD VS l'l:e subscribers having COinoleted the r arrainuunnita will % LD. Prtw Two C?nll. Kingston I'Cormpoodeucr of ih* I)?ral4.1 Ki>osro>, Oct 7.1843 Lawyer Isgis'atnrt-Or iv/r* l.'xijtt ? ?> > 14 ?a/t/f citvin of Plwt'lioldti* a* Jsgtttabirt - Strangely Am .Igitntntrd Cub n*t?huvfficunt Rtvtnm? 'I'. - .... XT L. C_ i. iUJt "* MUn**C iVIk Koiioh:? The business of legislation here h1 a now fairly b?*K?in. Tne collected wisdom, a* Cobbett called fU'-h things, (Parliament I mean) has got into full operation,and the benignant fruita thereof willaoon cover the length and breadth of the land Oh f it was a meat discovery, the representative system, which1 linn t iven lawyers, in all ages, ?uch an opportunity to talk. Ii they had been mere attorniee, collectors of debts,breeders of diapute between man and man, the world would long since have got tired ol their services, and left men to settle their own broila, without the forced intervention of each other. Hut lnw-uiakerH and law-execntora?why, the modem world has b enjlelt to their management, and truly a very pretty world they have made ol tt The common tense ol mankind in smothered in a musty pile of judge-made law, of Westminster precedent, and the rubbish of veibiage, which they, aa a matter ol course, must be employed to unravel, la it any wonder then, that our legislative halls, as with you, we are crammed with lawyers, who dalight to hear themselves talk, and to astonish the world with their loquacity 1 The leadtrs on both side* (opposition nnd ministerial) ate lawyers, and the eternal tongue these m?-n give, is one of the wonders of the nether world. The Yankees are begtmng to tee the folly of send nig lawyers 10 meir legisiuiures, 10 mane ousinrta [or themselves and their posterity; and mechanics, farmert< ami workingmen, are alive to the necessity nl havina less to d<> with such mischief-maker?; but here, as yet, they have their lull swing, and to them all ihe g i>iy und power belongs A new age la opening tip, when all ihis will be mended. If not here, at all even;* on the continen.'. Ball am forgttiitig the peculiar business of my preseNi calling viz: _t.? report tor yon the "sayings and doings" of Provincial Legislation. After a day or two of wordy war, nb?ut the speech from the throne, anil other matter# of form, the business of h** set-sion got fairly under way- I must pay that itie lenders of " K e s, onsihle Government" have eviuce't every disposition to carry out their professions <>f liberality. Sme of the evils peculiar to the Province, which for yea's bac k were the iheme of deiiunci tiion, and the object ot attack are about to he remedied. For instance, Orange, and all other -erret societies, mf to he put down. While the Piovince was ui der the away of the family compact, hey were the bare of i's prosperity?the fruitful pa" rent of faction himI discord. Mr Lafontaine, the Attorney General tor Canada West, lias brought in a bill, the belter to secure the independence o' Parliament, by preventing Goveruuient officers in ptSJrssion of salanea rorn the Crown, ktting as representatives of the people This is right, and an approximation to your republic iirsui. With you, ex* cmive officers even are not permitted to sit either in Congres* or Staie Legislatures, but here thia would scarcely bo practicable Paniesare too undefined. There is no striK iik line <>t demarcation between them, and were the Provincial Cabinet deprived by virtue of heir offices of their seat in Parliament, the legislative business of the country would Hand still lor want of lenders to carry out, advocate, and defend the .rieuvures of the government. Rut the bill of Vlr Lafonlaiue is a B>eat Btride towards n better system The present Parliament. like all others, is packed with members holding offices of profit uuder the government. Tins, in too many instances, *'as but a brihe lor serv lay, and tune serving subserviency. Jt mattered little who, or what party, were in power; tlie |ila< e-iof ih'-se men were looked upon as security for tlieir votes; and s?*!t interest, and especially i !><<r, defendant, provincial eeif-interest, t?? nt to tne"p'n\ers ih t h- *' According to 3aiu SI ck, tivs w <-< oit h'l ti in n itiir The 4 re* sponi-lbles" are going to CP an?e u,e /\ g an 'able, and 'hey will merit sui>p< ri fi r the patriotic act. It would have b--en ? long mnrl v e ty tune b? fore the 'compact" would have dine r-? j a,nt when fa?'tinn is lulled, and men look through a i learer medium han prejudice and pasrion, they wil be couviuctd of Hie fact. Tfie oppo i i 'n cvinccd to the Provincial Ministry, is chiefly personal. lii tact, it is the only strong point of attick. It is'so made up oi conglomerate d materials, it has wittnn nselt no commnn bond of ,d ie-ioii. .Vlod. ru reforoiers, old tones, bloody executioners ol L'>wer Canadians, and extreme a<lic-d-, (if no' rebel*) men without a thought, a e ing, or an associa'ion in unison, form the C bluet oi tne Proviuce, and hence, ridicule, satire, and ronv, in ev> rv shape and form, ure wnhout stint or limit, liurU d ?g?ii st their devoted heads It was a atal mistake, in the first instance, for Messrs. l{i d win diitl La'ontaine, to form a juncture with nich a set. A few mouths longer, and a Cabinet made up o tnurely i.ew materials, might have been creatt d; but to make it up with a Sullivan and .1 Hiucks, a Daly a:iri a Lxfi'ntaine, was an act of political madness. Besides this, they hail to take over by law of entail, mercenary political loatsrs, of unconscionable maw. The reformers of Canada West can never be made to understand it?can never?no, never feel one scintillation of sympathy wuh such men as their leaders are now coajaiaed with. The last year there was an immense deficiency of the revenue, apd the government have declared their intention of taxing Yankee potatoes and turnips to make it up. The duties are not to amount .o a prohibition, but the law is to go into immediate operation, to prevent speculation The number and Kind of agricultural articles of produce to lie taxed is not yet known, but I presume the bill will comrehend most of those how imported, including squashes, and pumpkins; with a frontier like our* hfy will find it difficult to collect a revenue. Smuggling will be the order of the day. Yours, Jonathan Thk >tkauer Princbton ?We slated yesterday, ui it this noble vessel Pad made an experimental trip to Newcastle, and back to this city, hut wo ?vere unibleto Rive any particular* concerning her performance. Thia we h*ve since learned, and it affords usgrattina inn to sty, that in every way the trial wn etni.eutiy satisfactory. Owing to ignorance on the >rt of 'he firemen, >f the construction ol the > Uer?, and the proper management ol the fires, " am wa* not Kept up r>g.daily on the downward ii??, and 'hat ptiru >n ol Hie trial was unsatisfactory, ut ihe evil *,.* remedied <>.? the upWcird p.i>aige ; nd ehe ran Irom Fort VI ffl u toihe Navy Yard in hirti -five intiiii'es <* nich eii"wed her rate of speed i tje, (*i!er making an.,ile v lowiuce lor power afr<l~(i i?y the tide, <*hii.'h w<i in her favor,) full II 71 miles per hour; a?d as her speed and steam vrre Meadii* inciedsn it, it is demonstrated that nt- is c?p<h|r- of movittg through the water at th? ite of twelve mi.".' p"r lu.ur, which realizes the riginal estimate l?>rn>eif. 11t -name w admirably, and every part has tiee and steady motion The builders, Mesar? >1 rnuk ?Je f'owrif, have reason to be proud of the ,ucuerMtul acconio isbm"nt if fiieir work; and iptal i Stockton may now net from the anxiety iiid clepre.-Nfina cure ?ti? ndsnt upon his task, in the aureiJ I'onviu i 'fi ( ihe lull realization of all his Inns.? V S Uuttilt jicafa^j&jgT" asssrziB.Ax. pRixrTxxva LNTAKI.WH v| en r, v w < orveb or pulton and Nassau sts * npplird with r??r> material uecetaary for lh? prompt, u?u, and economical ciccution of *v?ry description or 34)? 3>3i&X!SM9, 'ublic Attention II l?*iut?ted to thi? aatabliihment, in the isiiirance tint %m|<l? atiifactmn will be <t?en?aa re?*ril? typography, ork, and ch*r??a?to tho?e who r?jior? fiuiey or nmmon, lar?e or amail work chmply and eipedmaaaly inuunI. _ l.ARK. LS, ?,CHKCK? WAYBILLS, ? .V K rU SHOW BILL&, BALL yCKETS. STEAMBOAT BILLS. r a n na ' RAILROAD BILLS, BtSINKSS CARDS, tTAOt; BILLS, lni iVLn?L AL|,a ' PHA.VIPLKTS, BILVH.ti? ' HANUUILS, NOTES, roa t'HKATRKS, CIRCU8KS. OONCtRTS, MVtlT'MR LKl Tt ltKS, I'UbLIC MBK1 lS<?S >rany ?>rhrr i>Um wrwfr fKr Ur4<*?t tlncription of,*', tinf it jiairvNl Tnv raciliCHM l?r thu work \r? not *|H tli <%uf Irr in this cilf, lor, Iwnir* r|??? i&nrr uM**rtmaMit of ttLAJifll 9lJM<AAIKA,'/<A[k / 7>X? Tin* M(iil>li>*>mrui Im. dw LAKUKMT PHMltKN I \ I'll it. CITY. irmtt i?in? rw?? tw*n ukm to jirovid* rrrry K'.wml thv ?u ml hi 5 b? ol' lervicc, ?ui) thrrHorr iwrwiin h*v IK nccuivn for khowUll*. wilt find it to C? i?i*Oui?' li* nublishinvut ' '"Any or form of (Bill eu b?i JfM ?ti?d at rary ?hort at mi) hour, utglit or day, br >u tU? l im/ih Mi 10 Joufpli LUivU. ?*UU

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