Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 18, 1843, Page 1

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TH Vol. IX., No. 870?-Whole No. 3498. To the Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newipaper?pub luho.i every ilajr of the year except New Year'? day ?nd Fourth ot July. Price 3 cent* per copy?or $7 26 p?r annum? pustule* paid?cash in^advance. _ _ ""c- -vimmvl.* rtfc.KAL.lJ?puruished every ?aiuraay morning?prico tijt cents per copy, or |3 19 per annum? po*totje<i paid?crich in advance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of tlieHerrilJ Wover THIHTV THOUSAND, and incre.-uitl(* fant. It ha* the I irfirst circulation of any paper in this city, or the world, and is, therefore, the best channel fur lur liness men in the city or country. Pricee moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kind* executed attho moit moderate prices, and in thu most <. leg ant style JAM ICS GORDON BENNETT, PBOrnii TOB or thr Hkhslo E?t*bi,uhm?nt, Northwest cornttr o( Eulton and Nassau streeta - D1IAKT8 ON ENGLAND. IRELAND HHP Sic.?Persons about remitting money to their frieads in tlx* "old e.ouutry," can be supI"II TO plied with Dml'u, in sums of l, 2, 3, 5, 10. " SSsSESaB* 2u Si ?50. or any amount, j avahlc op demand without discount or any other charf %, at the National Bank of Ireland, Provincial Bank, do., Messrs. James Bult, Son Si Co., Baukers, Londou, I. Biriind Si Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool, Eastern Bank of Scotland, Greenock Banking Company, Sir Wm. Korbea Hunter Si Co., Scotland, and the tranches in every post town throughout England. Irelaud, Scotland and Walea, which drafts will he forwarded bv 'he < Western on the I9th or Garrick on the 25th, on application to W. Hi J T TAP8COTT At their General Paisaje Office, 43 Puck Slip, corner Soutu st. N. B.?All letters from the rnnnlrv must enme nnaf pnid ^ ^ - TUHUHAHLK81 ON. KEY WEST. HAVANA, NEW ORLEANS, AND flTfXto GALVESTON. TEXAS ?The splendid Steam Sim . NEPTUNE, Captain Wilm^^ _. -m ljam Rollins?To s il positively oa Wedufsdsy, 25th October, instant, st 4 o'clock r At. The u ilr alihiness of New Orlea' s,? ith oilier circumstances, has induced Captain Rollins to delay the ilepartine of the N-ptune until the above ilav, 25ih insant. which at the earnest solicitation of many passemters he h,s assen'ed to with reluctance. The public may rest assured tint no delay will be suSniited to beyond the day now fixed. The Neptune has bee i completely overhauled, and is in perfec'order. Passenu*rs may r 1<- upon every com!" rt and convenience in her. About one half the number of her her hs ate still disengaged. Kcr passage, for the above ports, ill state rooms, eamns or strie-age, and lor lirtghtor light goods or sjiecie for Charleston, n.pi>ly on hoard, at the Tobacco insertion wharf, toot of Clinton stieet. E. R.,orto o 5 to?ie-- I. H ?ROWER. 73 Wall street. r THE SHAN ISH STEAMER NATCHF.Z, ( OH HAVANA, Direct, Don Frar.cVillair, commander, will leave the port ol t-C/mur {Sow York ou Wednesday. N"v 1st, for Ha*' ^"vasa direct. The NATCHEZ has been newlv coppered, refitted with new boilers, and in point of elegance and genetal comfort cmnot be surpassed. For partrcuUrs for passage, apply to JOAN K. 8TANHOPE, Aster House, who will accompany the Naiche/. on her Oj a.v ol2 toil I * r JOHN R. STANHOPE. " jNyf-fcw- TRAVELLERS GOING SOUTH OR WEST?Sixteru hours in advance of tlx Sjy&M,V. S. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savannah, in connexion with the Ceutral Railroad to Micon and the West The splendid steam packer. GENERAL CLINCH, Capf. J. P. Brooks, and CHARLESTON, Capt. F. Harden, will lears Charleston every Tuesday, Thursd iy and Satnrd?y morning, at 3 o'clock, nfUr the arrival of the Wilmingtou bouts from the north, arriving at Savannah the s ine day, and will leate Savannah on the same diys 33 above, at J o'clock P. M., after the arrival of the cars from Macon. Travellers will find this to be the cheapest and most expeditions rot-U" to the south and west. The above boats are fitted up in <1 su potior st\ le, and uo expense or pains will be spared to ensure certainty, comfort, and exi*-dition to the travelling public. JOHN B. LAKJTTE, Agent, Fitzsimmons' Wharf, Charleston. Charleston September, 1843. sl7 2m*r ~NE >V AKRANGEMKNT. FARK AND FREIGHT REDUCED. REGULAR MAIL LINE?FOR PROflr^-^C^yiDKNCE AND BOSTON, via, STON w?.mctiim AN1) NEWPOriT?bomposed of the following superior steamers, mnning in connection with the Stooington aril Boston and Providence Railroads MASSAC HUSETTS, Cant. Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRA (.JAN SETT. MOHEOAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays excepted) from I'ier No. 1, Ilattery Place, N. l'tver, at 4 P. M. ARRANGEMENTS. The RHODE 1SL \ND, Captaiu Thayer, 00 Monday, and Wednesday for Stouineton aud Newport, and Friday for htoningtoa. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tuesdav said Thursday for Stonineton. and Saturday for Stoning TP1, ? * r" II llimw .m l r.ntoiituwn Landing Theow Strnmlioat SHllKWHBUilY, Capfiin John r. Corli' i, \k'iil now run M follow#, on ami alter Thursday, 27th imt :~!' a?ina New York, Irom the loot ef Kobinson street, ru'iy "I'u -jiUy, Tlmradny, ami Mtnrilay, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Anil Eatontowu Liutdiug on Monday, Wednesday ami Friday, ai 10 o'clock, A. M. Th<- Shrewsbury will ran *? aboye, weather permitting, unl lil |:i;i , u tice. A 11 baKK ik<" ?t lite risk of th# owuirs. V>? cent*. ,V li.?Siatfps will be in attendance to convey panMiiKer from the al<> landing places to nny part of th* county re Onireil. The burnwibury will ico the inner passage, wh^n practicable, jelSr Iwmvi'** NMV-AKK AM) N K\ V' V O K K. ? Kan gJPonly li>t '.'eiitt !? "-all and Winter ArrafueS?_aJKJE?meiii ? The splendid steamer PASSAIC, on aud aftfr Oct 3, will run as follows i >\ivea h'?v'i, I rum toot ot Centre street, at * o'clock A. L ve Nrw York, from foot of Barclay street, at 3 o'clock P. 'i he aci uiurnoilation* both for pajsenrers ami freiirht ( which i? carried at very low raw?) fiave oeen greatly improved. Jylii !trn re _ " aixy^ mi-AN U KUUKV, KUUI '.OsiH' VVHITKII A LI. Hf?Tk. Jri-AT KNIM LA N U K Hwilllw. NVwYmk ?n<) f?ut. u It land, on and ilti'r Oriobor 2d, u followi, until iriher notice Lwe Sew York ?, 11, ?, J*. iX. Lmvc Htaten Uland 8, 10, I, 5. All irvifclit ahippad in leqairrd to ke pnrticulnrtjr marked and it at the n?k of the owner* thereof. ?J0?f r tun, Newport aud Providence. PsweuR^n. on I he arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will be immpaUtely ioxward* I in the splendid and commodious Cars of tin" Hiihoad > Providence and Boston,and if for Newport will proceod in the steamer Mohegan (in superior order) from tlience at 6 o'clock the following morning, thus Hiving them .^opportunity of a night'* rest on board the steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Island, and then breakfast on board the Mohegau. The above steamers have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort aud securuy of passengers, and not surpaesed by any in the United Slates. For passage or freight, which is takea at vent reduced rate*, apply on board, at north side of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the whaif. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths <kui be secured en board, or at the office of HARNDEN St CO.. No. J Wall strew JE^" NOTICE?CHANGE OK HOUR?On aid after Holiday. Oct. 9th, the steamers of the New Jersey Steain Navigation Company, form t.g the line to Provide, ce a> d Boston via Stonington, will leave pier No 1, Battery PI -ce, at 4 P M. !T/-~On and alter the 10th met. freight will uot be received fctid forwarded after half-past 4 P M m9 fim* m SEVEN O'CLOCK MOKNINU LINK 0^1*?. FPU ALBA NV, TROY, and intermediate MPK ' -?f.'? the steamboat pier, at the foot of 1! ire lay street. Breakfast and on board. Leave* New York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and 1-ridny. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, * Landing at?Caldweli:s, West Point, Newburnh, Hampton, Pi)iiahkeei' Hyde Park, Rkinebeck. U. lied Hook, Bristol, C. tiki!!, Hudson, Ctmaclie and Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer EM PI l'*E, Captain S. it Roe, on this day, at 7 o'clock in the morn hi It. The new low pressure steamer T RO If, Captain A. CJorham. on Tuesday, at 7 o'clock in the mom in?. For pajoage, apply to K. B. Hall, at the office, foot of Barclay Btree., or on uoard. Notice.?All Oooda, Freight, Baggagp, Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on board tne Units of this Liue.raust Ik at the risk of the owners ol'sBch goods. aula r "7PEOPLE'S LINK Oh STtA.VIBOATfc VV^"FW" ALBANY?Daily at 6 o'clock P. M.jL ?: Thmiigti direct?From the steamboat pier b* tween Courtlindt and Liberty streets, Sunday excepted. The steamboat KNlT;KERB!JCKER,Capt. A. P. St. John will learrf Monday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, at su o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Tutsdsy, Thursday, and Saturday at # P. M. At 5 o'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Places. 'Slt-'iiittoal ?uuia -a, ^?pi. l>. w. Drunara, mil leave Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, at S o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. T rondel I *<i!l leave Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evening, at five c'clocU. ) vi,'ru taWinft this Line of 1J0.1U will at all tunes arrive m Albmy in ample time to take tho Morniuil Train of Cars for Uie CMt or wist. The above boats ?je new and substantial, are famished with neat ?md elegant State Rooms, and for speed and accotnmoda lioos are unrivalled on the Hudson. For l'a**age or Freight, apply ou board, or to P. C. Schalti , al tne o:iice 041 '.hi wharl'. >25 r NOTICE?On and after Monday, Ort. 16th, the boats of this line will leave for Albany at 6 o'clock, P. M lustead of T. ?SKV1CN O'CLOCK EVENING Llhfc ?ir-- -^rrSl*for ALBANY AND TROV direct, without H"1T? *' * -r'-.-*..! 1? pressure steamboat ll\V AI.LOVt', Captain A. McLean, will leave the foot 01 Conrtlaudf street oven- Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. '1 he Swallow has a large numlier of sUte rooms,and for speed and accommodations 1* not surpassed on the Hudson. \uil ee ^EvFToKk AND KiiNdfilON STEAM FREKillt AND PASSAGE LINE. 1 ?--? For Kiugston, auc Delaware and Hudson *S^^V#Pl|7*,ea,nb0*U and NOR"""t'lie E.'1ER\LD. Captain John Kutcham, will leave New Yori<, foot, of Murray street, every Mouday and Thursday at 5 o'clock, P M. Will leave Kingston (Hon'out landing) every Wedutsday and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. M. . The NORWICH, aj'tain Jolm Samuels, will leave New Yoili, loot of Warren street, every Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, P. Will have K a?:ston (Hondont landing) evtry 1 uesday and Friday al 3 o'clock, P. >!. EXTRA TBIPS. T?ie EMKRALD will leave the foot of Murray street every Punday morningat 7 o'clock. Returning, leaves Kingston at < o'clock, smie day. I '<-r (-eight or p? *.?-<( apply on l.oard, or ti WILLIAMSON, BARLOW & < O., II 1 ?iri*r ltil West street. *a\ 7K(TTJVE\ PORT AND MIDDLETOWN JrajTWINl , Daily, (Sundays excepted,) touch ..ft... -Ai-1 lie 111 g at Sfgtiiue 1 Dock. Staten Ul.-ml.?Oil mil fci.i r Mo ol i>, July 31st, the steamer ROCKLAND, Cant m Crawford, ?M leave Middletown Point on Mondays, Tues. da>s, Wediesd ?ys, Thursdays and Fridays, at half-past ont o'cln-k (tide permitting,) and Key-port at 2 o'clock P. M He .urninu, l"ave New V ork. loot of Robinson street, on Tues' dnys, Wednesdays, Thursdsya and Fridays, at 8 o'clock A. M, % aixl Satuid u s at 2 I'. M. St,m -a will he iu r> adiuess on the arrival of the boat to conpassengers to Freeholder any part of the country. Uniform conveymar-i nil Target Escursions, Parties of pleastire w ill he taken to and from ort Hamilton or Key|iort al reasonable prices. s20 I in-in '* rfsel NKVV' AURANOEMENT FOB |5 ?b ?SHHEWHBURV?Long Branch, Sandy E NE NEW **?. PASSAGE FROM CORK-Via Liverpool-ln first spring ship*.?We beg to inform our friend* jj^U^^that dunu( the coming spring, 1844 we ihalt have a regular ?ucc#?*ioii ol first class American snip*, sailing from the above port every week, which will be fitted out in such a manner for second cabin and steerage pase*ngprs, a* cannot fail to ensure them every comfort. One of apr firm, Mr. James D. 1 Roche, resides there, who will see personally to the forwarding I of nil our passengers, and will spare neither paiu* or expanse to mef t their wishes, and have them forwarded without auy delay. Tho?r sending lor their friends will at once see the advantage to be derived bv paying in our line \pply to, or address it by letter post paid, ROCHE BROTHERS St CO. 35 r ultoa strm, next door to the Fulton Bank. or to JAMES I). ROCHE, 14 <n>ree Piazza*, Liverpool. P. S.?Passage certificates and drafts c.ui be sent from this by the regular packet ships oil the 1st, 7th, I3ih. 19th and 25th ol every inotth, also by the Buatou steamer* on ihe 1st and 16th. ?:iOr SPRING AHR\NGEMk NTS FOR IB44?PasJ#??3Pv?age from Dublin, Belfast, Newry, Londonderry. SlidKaMKaKo, B.ill'na. Galway. Cork. ' aterford, Wexford and J.nnt'rirk can now be engigfd f i the first spring ships, sailing from Liveri>ool, by weekly opportunities Such n may bu sending for their relatives will fi ,d it (heir advautiee by in (King arrangement* with the subscribers. Draf's payable ?t sight for large or suiall sums on the Itoyal Bank of Ireland Apply to ROCHE, BROTHERS k CO . 35 b ullou s' r-et, New .York, or to I >uu i j? ?ir.o u. itvji nr., Liverpool DRAFTS ON F./\OLAND, IRELAND. kc~? Persons about remitting m 'iie\ to their friends in the JW) 1 wiiOlil < nu try cm I)*- siirpliei with drafts, in sums of ?1, Xi, ?3. ?S, ?10 ?20. ?30, ?.">0. < r anv amount. payable on demand, without discount or any other char**, at the Nati'>nal Bank of Ireland, Bank do. Messrs James Bull, Son StCo., hanlcTs London; I Barn-rd St < 'o , Kichmge and Discount Batik. Liverpool; Eastern Bank of Scothnd; Greenock Banking Compwv; Sir W?i. Forbes, Hunter & Co., Scotland; and the branches in every i> >st town throughout '''upland, Ire* land, Scotland and Wales, which drafts will be forwarded by | the packet shirs of the 7ih, 13th and liith, and the st?amer Acadiu, sailing from Boston on the lull October, b< spplyi. i to W i J T. TAPSC0TT. At their 0?neral Passage Office, | :r. Peek Slip, corner South st. N. B ?All letters from the country innst come pos' psid Hurt LIVERPOOL?1 h* New Lin?? liegtili r Packet 16th of November?The line New York nui t JOpHKaliscket ship, Ira Burslev, maste , j 10.511 >ms, will 3ail as ahujre her regular dav. I For freight or passage hiving very superior acconunodations, apply to the Captain on board, at west side Murium slip, or to woodhui.l lit MINTITRN?.?7 South St The fine packet ship Liverpool, J. Eldridge. master, MM t?ns, will succeed the llottiiiguer and sail-on her regular day, Kth December. ol8 (SdfSr FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular packet of the'5th October?The well known fast sailing picket ship ,SeBBfiiO\RRU;K1Capt W. Skiddy, of 1000 tons, will sail as above, being her regular day. tier accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed by a?y veisel mi port, and as a number of her pa??ensers are already engaged. those desirous of securing berths should make tarfy applicationon to JOS. McMURRAY, 100 Pine street oPr Corner of South. ir/He- OLD BLACK-BALL LINE OF "PACKETS ! ' R LIVERPOOL?Packet of the 10th October? JHKHMMl'lie splendid fast sailing packet ship ENGLAND, Cnpt. Bartlett, will be despatcheu as above, h?r regular day. She has superior accommodation for cabin, second cabin aid steenge passengers. Those wishing to secure bertha will require to make early application to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South st, n*ar Wall street. N. Ji.?Pas-ajje from Great Britain and Ireland, via Liverpool, can stall times be engaged, ou tiie lowest terms, by any of the ic.-ular packet ships, and drsf-s furnished for any amount payable at the National oud Provincial limb of Ireland. aud ai all the principal towns throughout the United Kingdom, on application a* above. oU ,'itr NfcW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS? KRlFxV'Packet of the 25th October?The new and elegant racket ship OAK1MCK. 1000 tons burthen, Capt. W. Skidily, will sail on Wednesday, 25th October,her regular day. Theship* of this line being all 1(100 tons and upwards, |iersons about to embark for the old country, will not fail to see the i<ivantage,-, to be derived from selecting this line ill | reference to any other, as their great capacity renders them every way more comfortable and convenient than ships of a smaller class. Those wishing to secure berths, should not tail to make early application on board, or to W. & J. T. TAP8COTT, At their General Passage Ollice, 43 Peck Slip, cor South sireot. The Garrack will sail from Liverpool on the l*th December. Persons wishing to send for th ir fiiends can hive 'he<n brought out in li r or any of the regular line on favoraole terms Those wishing to remit inou'v can be supplied with draf s fur ny amount, payable in all the principal towns of the United Kingdom. olSec iffg- FOR LIVERPOOL?British Vessel?The well J#jMfy.Unown fast sailius British ship CHKSTI.R. John jttMltaWilson, master, having a large portion of her cargo engaged, will have quick despatch for t>*e above port. I'artiei abou' shipping colonial or domestic produce, will find the Chester a most desirable conveyance. For freight or passage apply to the subscribers. ROC11E, BROTHERS k CO.. .<5 Fulton ?t.. ol3cc next door to the Fulton Bank. "a>F?- black balLToh old line ofTTvekxf,tWPOOL PACKETS?Regular Packet, and sails on MmaJImin 1 hur*day, the IBih October?The magni'icent, wtll known, very fast sailing picket ship ENGLAND, burthen WO tone, Captain S&muel Bartlett, will sail positively as above, her regular ny. The accommodations of this splendid packet for cabin, 2d cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpassed for splendor, cotive nicuce and comlort bv any vessel itloat Those embarking for the old country will find it to their uit-rejt to sclect this desirable conveyance. For passage, which is v ry low, and to secure the best berths, early application should be made on board toot of Bee.kman st , or to the subscribers. mm v. nunTHkRasi ii -k ..?.. next d?or to the Pulton Bank. P. 8.?The England sails from Liverpool ou the 7th of December. Persons sending for their frienJs can have them brought out in her, or in anv ol the racket* comprising this magnificent ami unequalle-'.uie, sailing from Chat port punctually on die 7th ami 19th of each month. Drafts at sight for any amount drawn direct on the Roi al Bai:k .'f Ireland and on Messrs. Prescott, (irote, Auiri At I o Bankers, London, whph are paid free of discount or any charge whatever, in every town throughout Kngland, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. I' or passage, See. apply as above. The favorite packet ship mAFoRj), will succeed the ENGLAND, and sail for Liv?rpool on the 1st November, her regular day. oCt ~FOR LIVERPOOL?NEW LINE -HegulT, W^jWfVPacket of iith Octoln-r.?The splendid packet ship t'MbUAKilirK, Captain \V'm Skiddy, of 1000 tons, will sail a* above, her regular day. For freight ot passage, bavin* i '.udsome furnished accommodations,apply ou board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to K. K. COLLINS i CO. I'riceof passage, $75. 50 South street. The packet ship ROSC1U8. lap tain John Collias, of HOC tous, will succeed the UARR1CK, and sail the25th Nuvember, her regular day. l'axsengt'rs may rely upon the ships of this line sailing puuc tnally as advertised. oS FOR LOMDON?Krgjltr Packet of rhe iiO'h OcjMjS^tnl)?r?The fast sailing packet ship SWI'iZk'.HJjBHMBaLAN U, Capt. Kniglit, buithen 1000 tons, will sail as abovtier ?egularday. Her accommodations lor cabin, second cabin and steerage pastengers ar' unsurpassed by any vessel in port, and as a number of Iter p->sse.igi'.s an1 already engiged, th<w desirous of aecuriug bertha should make early applic itiou to JOSLPH vicMURBAV, o!3r 100 Pine street, cor er of Sonth. AfcjT FOR HULL ?A good ship now loading for Hull Kf jrxVc&u Lal(* the bulkof 1-00 bbls light freight Aj>ply U) MSSjmL WOOUHl'LL tc MINTLRN, ' lb er 87 South street FOR HAVRE.?The supenor French ship Ml MrJMrVNlLRVK, Captain d'Acheux, will sail cn or about jfiitift?'he2Uh instant. For ireisht or passage, apply to GHKAUH 8t HEYDECKER. ort> BOYD it HINCKKN, 06 r 9 Tontine Buildings. "tAt- PACKET KOR HAYSiI Beowd U? MurJrVship ONEIDA, J,imes t uuck. Master, will sail ou jfifil&the 1st of November. BOVD k HINCKEN, No 9 Tontine Building, ol2ec corner Wall tud Water streets AffAT FOR MARSEILLES?Packet for 1st November? pflRJfcJVTlie ship COURIER, Capt Duggan, coppered and JMMlKeCopper lastenel. For f.eight or passage, apply to S BROOM k CO . or to BOYD fc HINCKEty. ol2 ? No. 9 Ton r in* Buildinf FOB RIO p? lANKIKO?Th# fast tailing copo-ar.,1 ?MNina \t A TV.PP A ? T.r.r ??I -Hi ?il JWhSh1" 20th instant. fur pnssagc, having very superior state room accommodationfor I'oity |iuini|pri, apply to < apt. Smith on board, at pier No lit R . or to OUR1JON 8 COIT, 31 Old Slip A limited number of reerage passengers will ! >' taken on moderate termi, if early application he made. olD to n2(l"m JiAS- FOR SAVANNAH?Kirat Regular Packet with wT*Vi!e?j>itch?Th# first clats, fast a liling ship LA N<;AjgjgyUMNM^l'lltK, Capt Lyo.1, burthen 860 tona, will tail a* above, ner regular day. H iving very superior accommodation! for cabin, secrtid ctbin and steerage passengers, those intending to emitsirk should make itnmeaiate application on board, foot of Dover ft., or to McMU RRA V, 100 Pine street, ollr comer of South. KOll NEW ORLEANS? Louisiana anil New H^fVYork Line?Positively Kirs-, Regular ''acket To jajtMMaail the 2tltl) inst. The fast saillni. racket ship Y AKIM.l, Captain B. I. 1!. Trash, will positively sail as above, familiar day. . Kor freight or passage, having accommodations unequalled, I liiply o>: board, it Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to K. K. COLLINS I* CO, A South street. 1 Positively no goods received after Thursday evening, 19th instant. , Ship|)eri may rely upon luvinc their Roods by this line correctly measured. Agents in New Orleans, Unllen (t Woodruff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. Tlir ine.ket ship SHAKSI'EAHE, Capt'.in A. .Miner, will ancceed the Yazoo, and sail SUt in.t., li-r regular day, oliac FOR NEW OHli A N H?Kirat Ship-The rle' hrX^Vgant last sailing ship OE''RUE 8TEVAN8, Cart. JMHflb' ushiiig. will sail on Wednesday the lfllh i st. 1 he alter part of her between decks is comfortably litUd up with stsle rooms for the arcommodatiou of 2d cabin passengers, who will be taken sla very moderate rate, a.? only n limited number can be taken. Those desirous of ?e tiring berths will require i to mike immediate application on board the ship, it pier It E. , R., or to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South street near WaM street. , 7. B.?The splendid well known j ackrt ship Fraacis l)?pau will succeed tne ab >ve, and sail ou the 2 tli mat. Tnis mi |< I has unequalled accommodation . for cabi i, 2d cabin mid steerage passengers. Apply aa above ol6r k<t?r UKOULAli PACKET KOIl NEW"oilL.LAN!" ?I acket ?t 18tti October.?The splendid well known M*iie|'.ickei ship NORTH CAROLINA, < apum Drum monit, Hill sail ptincttialIy as al>ov<*, her regular day Thin fin* packet hn accommodation? lor cainn, sec ?ihI cabin, and stfvr* ttRe pvuflTOgrrs, <?ii|H*rinr to any other thip sailing to tlx* aboft ? imrt. I lit* price of p.tssa*** is low, and tho*?t wisliina t?> neciir* berths should not rail m makinu early application on board ai pitr foot Of Jones' lane, iteit Wall street, or to . , . . VV k J. T. TAPHCOTT. At their Oeneral Passage fnUce, 43 Peck slip, comer Sontli at Who ha t e a I so regular li??t class packet* sailing weekly to London, Liverpool, New Or ?ana, Mobile, Ktvaiiuah. ami Charleiton. oil NKW YORK It BOSTON tiOU.w riuOT. AWKN PRF.SI'OTT. Pilots, or take, rh.m .. a " pilot or bound to New IMIord, over NanttialiM Bhuali, Boston, Portsmouth, Portland, KetineLisck. and OTHEll TOUTS. Office at Kry? k Mhsw'i Nantical ?tore, 22V Water >;r*et. corner Bwkman. H?fervnce to a nninhwr of merchant*, nod the wreral Intnnnee Companies in thii city, Boi1 ton, and Portland. jyl* Jwr W YO YORK, WEDNESDAY M LUCINACORD1AL, oa THk ELIXIR OF LOVE. In oldei: time, ainoriK tha Jews, That man a recond wife might choose? Whose first, by Kate's uukiudly doom, No children bor* to bless his home. Afflicted thus, the Roman matron Prated to Lucine, the midwife's patron; Kgyptian wives, in such a crisis, Called to their aid the Priests of Isis;j And even now, the meek Hindoo? Warm as her cl i me, and tender, too? If childless twelve months from Iter bridil Hies weeping to her senseless idol. And with raised hands, in accents wild. Petitions Bramah for a child; For well she knows. Love shuus to lilcss The Hindoo bed of barrenness. Bu much Tor love in days by-goae, And savage customs in our own; But ?ay, even now, doe* Love's commuuioi hit-.;* in ouit land, a sterile union t No. o(Y times conjugal felicity, h thus disturbed?ay, e'en iu run ci'.Ti Vet may the barren, if they try The means "increase and multiply,'* With "Love's Klixir" for her friend, The childltu* wife's repiuiuKs end. But not the nrocrcative power Alone, is tnis Rlixir's dower. Consumption's ills it will prevent. With vigor clothe the impotent; Suppress a sleet, whate'er iu dale. And all life s functions renovate; Kruptions from the skin it chases, And brink's back beauty and the Braces, 'Til woman's trust?and ne'er deceives hee. From Fluor Albus it relieve* her, And each disen*e (with proper care, too,) Her fair and fragile form is heir to. Thsae are bs! truths, who calls tliem Action Shall have stem proof in contradiction, Letters?all forms of attestation? From the s.tvtms of every nation; Willi grateful missives from all uuarters, Peiiued by Disease and Quackery * martyrs. Thousands who lay, with fluttering breath. Almost within the jaws of death; Now iu their nightly prayers rei>eat, Thanks to Life's friend iu Nassau street, Ana sometimes u:tir:es the very number? "Ninety-two Na*?au"?eveu in their slumbei? Or, dreaming of Disease* ordeal, Cry < at for the "Lncina Cordial." Persons oidering this medicine from the country, by sending a remittance, can nave it honed up and sent to any part of the Union. I'ricc $3 per bottle, or $24 per di>f**i Also for sale at Nj. 9i North 6th st, Philadelphia. o!0 I tit" m WATCH F.S.?The largest and :no?t splendid assortment of Watches in the city, is to lie found at the subscriber's.? As h" is constantly receiving all descriptions of < ><>ld ami Silyer Watch**, of the newest style*, direct from the manufarturers, in ?ucl*nd, France, and Switzerland, he is enabled to offer a larger assortment, aud at murh leas prices, at retail, than any ether hout? in the city. Ciold watches as low as S20 to (33 each Watches and jewellery exchanged or bought. All watches warranted to keep rood time, or the money returned. Watches, clocks and jewellery repaired in the Went manner, at] 1 warranted lower than at any other place in the city O C. ALLEN, importer of watches and jewellery, o7 |m*r Wholesale and retail. 30 Wall street, up fttAirs. ijr KOR SALE OR 'I'd RENT?ThePrem i~am mTTi7 p.? with 11 or 15 rim of stones, with all of its extensive ma taML''h<neryl situated near two miles from New Rocholle, Wistc heater County, and Slate of New York, and in immediue proximity to the city of New Vork. now in on!er for an extensive business in flour, aud can grind aud rack 100 to 150 barrels each lUy, or conld he most advantageously employed for any other purpose which might require extensive water liower. The reputation for the past thirty-five \ears eti'oytu I v tlie Premium Mills, aud their proximity to New York, w'tii the facility of transportation afforded immediately adjacent, 'jv way of th? navigation direct to the Mills from any port, rmioer the facilities for business unexceptionable to those ilnsiring s inh an establishment. Apply to HENRY PATRIDGE KELLOUQ, Esq., New Rocnelle, N. Y., Kelloggsville, or to SILAS WOOD. Ksq., 59 Br'ad street, New V ork. New Rochelle, August 23. 1843 otifitr " f.? n.iriTu a vr. uumuu_wii u.w v. u.i fs" ^(PHRfSON, Successors to John Hutchings, deceased, have on hand and lor sale, frotn the bast manufactories in tl;? country? 100 Crises Coarse Sewed and r<*ged Boots, men and boys. 100 Fine " 1000 Pair Morocco Buskins. 1000 " Ladies' Fine Slippers. 3000 " Children's Shoes, various colors. *00 " Womens and misses (Miters 1000 " India Rubbers, trimmed aud plain. Eor sale ill lots to suit purchasers, at their store. 120 0II/iTMA VI STREET, opposite Rosevelt. N B.?The store being open until 10 o'clock iu the evening, jives country merchants an opportunity to examine goods at ti eir leisure. s2B lm*m "j^LADIfcS' AND iSUOEST ~ CHEAPER THAN EVER. Tr WALKER'S OLD STAND, 419 Broadway, where f*- may be f. uud a complete assortment of all the uitfervnt kinds, colors, sorts and sizes, for ladies, misses and children. Lexers. Boots, Buskins. Slippers, and walking shoes. Al-to, Imlia Rubbers anil Moccasins,aud wau r proof over shoes of the lat-st ?fylr aud fashion; ladies , misses' and children's Outers of all kinds end colors, in the greatest style and varety, ol all and suited to nil tastes; gentlemen's, boys' a d children's boots and ?hoes, of French and native calf, c 'arse ind Ann, in all their variety, ready made o' made to order, at the shortest notice, lie.itlemen's overshoes, and an innumerable assortment of other goods, at WALItfc-R'S. 419 Broadwav, corner of Canal it. N. B.?Heads of fimiliea, by patronizing this est iblishment, will find a saving of 25 to 30 |ier cent. o2 lin*ec ~jmst BOOT AND ~S HO RESTORE. JOHN RK.ADY re?|iectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has commenced business iu the above line, at No. 99 Nassau street, where he will thankfully receive uid faithfully execute, nil orders he may he favored with on the nril mna'inn'hli* for ruh iv29r KED'BIKD LINE OK SPAGEd, IN CONNECTION WITH _____ THE NK.W YORK AND fflAfJlIPl HARLEM ?? ? ? ? ii/ii <.> r."\ i. ' wtm ..... ... ...vNUKMr.N 1'S ! T<vO DAILY LI >KS! On and ?l't-r Wednesday, f th October, inst , the Red Bird Line of Stave* will leave the v llage nf White Plains. every morning, (Sundays excepted.) at 8 o'clock, A. M., and every a'ternoo i at 2 o'clock r. VI,, md ths Rolroad liepot, City flal'. and the Westchester Hou??, corner of Broome street enu rh' Bowery, vtw York every morning it 8 o'clock, and every iftemoon by the 2 o'clock train Agents are in constant attendance at th? Railroad Depots, ol whom eierv information may be obtained, and who will alio lletid to the baggage t ut under their charge. HIRAM DEFOREST, Proprietor White Plai"s, Oct. 4tli. SI J. oil lm*ec ^on uitffalo avitall parts of the west i40 ASSOCIATION PASSAGE OFFICE TO ALBANY. Utica $2 00 Rochester, S3 00 Syracuse, 2 25 Buffalo, 3 50 Oswego, 2 26 Up. and Lower Canada^ -0 By the fast line to Buffalo and found, $8 00. For pnaiage apply to m. l. ray, an24 3m m 93 Barclay street. New York. " summer ar rangement VEW Y'ORK AND PHILADELPHIA RA ..ftOAD LINE DIRECT, via Ntwtti, Newbrukswick, PnittcgTox, Trentoh, BoRoritToww Ass Buri.iwotqh. Leaving ''?w Vork daily from the foot of Courtlandt st. Morning Line at # A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at 4i? P. M. Tin Morning Line proceeds to Borientown, from thence by .teamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to ''hiladelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure their ti?iBU at the office foot o1 'onr'l.inJt strvrt. wl.ere a coniniodii^t ; amboat. will be in eidiness, with bagg'.^e "retes on bo^rW. Philadelphia'nagg-vae cra'es are conveyed from city to city arihout bfitig olieued oy the way V.uch train is provided with i car in which are apartments and dr-asing rooms eiprv?sly foi he ladies' use. Ret&rniug. the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot ol YVal .iut street, by steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o clock, A. M. .nd by railroad from Camden, at J o'oloek, P. M. The lines for Balupiore leave Philadelphia at 7% A. M., and i P. VI. being a coutinuatiou of the liuea from New York. o28 .tm'm paterson railroad. fmaw ]l!J1 fAivt. U.sly 25 cknt8. From Paterson to Jersey City. On and after Mouday, Oct. 2d, 1843, the cars will leave P*Trmor? Depot. Ltavc Nfw York. 8 A. M. 9 A. M, 11* " \*K P. M. 3 P. M. i " ON SUNDAYS. leave Patkihow Depot. Leave Nf.w York. s A.M. Vri A.M. 3 P. M. 4 P. .M. Transportation cars leave daily (Sundays evceoted.) Passengers are advised to be at Ihe l-'erry, foot of Cotirtlrndt street, a few minutes before the slated hour of departure. j y 19 6rn new jersey railroad and transportation company f-ixfOff.l fldfiQfil NKW YORtv AND NEWARK. FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENT?. From the foit of Conrtlnndt street. New York. (Every day?Sundays escepted.) Lwt* N>w York. Leaves Newark. At 8 A.M. At 2 I'. M. At7 A M. At 1* P. M. 9 do. 3 do. 8 do. 4J? do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 5>. do. 5K do. 10X do. 7>? do. K do. 9<* do, 8 do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Courtlaudt *treetl.'mi New Y ork. Leave* Newark. At 9 A. M. *nil P. M. At 12W 1'. M. and 9* P. M. NKW YORK, KLIZABSTH TOWN. Lea*M New York. Luavea hlizalw-tli Town

At * A. M. At 3 P. M, At 7? A. M. 3* P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8)j do. 7 ito. 11 do. 4H do. 10 do. 9>i do. do. 12 do. The train* for Westlield, Plainfield, Konndbrook, Somerdir. Sic., connect with the 9 A. M., and 4)f P. M. ; train* io n New York daily, Sunday* eicepied. Kare between New York mid Klizabeth Town 25 canti. Fare bet ween do. and Somerville, 7i ewti, NKW YORK AND HAH<VA\ I,mti Nf? \ork. L<ae* ltahway. At 8 A M At 3 P.M. ?t 7 A.M. At I\ M 9 do. 4 do 8 <kt. % do. 11 dfe do. IS do. 9 da. t>> do. ll)| do. Nf'.W fOHK AND Nr'.W B.<UN8\VICK. Kioin foot of t onr:Uudt itrvet, New York, daily Leai-en New Vork. Leave* New Bninswitk. At 9 A. M. At 4 I'. M. At 6 A. M. At IIV A.M. IS do. 1H do. ?<; P. M. ON SUNDAYS. I. an res New York . Leave* New Drnmwick. At A. M. and 4jtP. M. At II* A M., and 8* P. M. Kare, e*cept in (he Philadelphia lr.iiua, between New Yo k tnd New Brunawu-k. JO cent*. Between New York and Ktihway, 25 cent*. Pa**etiger* who procure their ticket* at the ticket office, re caive a ferry ticket gratia. Ticket* are received by the con doctnr o?ly on the day when purchaaed. *n 19 f RK E [ORNIMG. OCTOBER 18, HAVANA MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. 'T'HE uudertigned ;akn occuiou to iulurin In* I'rimiU anil a. th? public, that iIm- Maniion House it now located in Inquiaidor street, No. ti7. in llio vicinit) of th? steamboat landing nd vetietable market, nitiiik coiumodioaa family aparlmeute, arranged iu the ueatest order. A ixraoii u employed to procure permit* to laud ptuneiigen, baggage, fee. who will board vr??l* immediittely after the visit of tne revenue officer*. N. 11 ?Vmtor* to ihu Island should procure a paa?|Mirt from the Spanish Count, at tne |>ort of embarkation. to obviate dif Belittle* and lucouveuiencv. *21 6mec _ WILLIAM FULTON. IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS AMO VISITORS TO THE ISLAND OK CUBA. PROGRESS HOTEL, IN the village of Cerro, three miles from Havana. Thi* establishment is <dvantageously situated, proi*?rly fitted u|> and attended, affording tne benefit ot* a country life without excluding the comfort* and pleasures of tile Capital, or preventing a timely attendance to business. Every attention is proinitt'd by the owu?rs to m?et the satisfaction of their viaitor*. CHARGES. Boarding tor a tingle [>ersou m one room $2 00 a day. " " tw o or three persons in one room- ?1 50 a day eachjierson. With families a particular agreement may be entered into. N. B.?Omnilnisie* are runuing from morning 'till ni*ht between the Cerro and Havana, making the trip in half an hour. *21 Im ? belm o.\ r i To u~t~Nk/w bright on GEOROE PEIRI8S, iii returning hi* grateful acknowledgment* to the numerous ladle* and gentlemen who favored the above establishment during the past season, beg* to snuounce that he has made every suitable arrangement lor the winter, to accommodate funilies and single boarders. The dining-rooms and dormitories will lie found comfortably and elegantly furnished The table w ill lie supplied with the choicr*t provisions, and the wine* will lie found eoual to any. The Crox unity of Belmont House to the city, w ith excellent steamcau plying at stipulated bonis, the well kuown attention ol the host anJ civility of the attendant*, combined w ith the location, being within a sup or the landiug-pl>ce, render* this e*taL'i*imient the most social am' convenient in the l.'uion. Term* will be found exceedingly moderate. fC/"? Good stabling and coach houses attached to the pre; mise*. *i6tfr massaolluseltrt 15 a v OYSTERS ?168)4 Fulton street, opposite St. Paul'*.? NAPOLEON COUKTIN tak-? pleasure in informing th"se |iersons who lmve heretofore honored him w!tb their patronage, and those who are willing to continue the same fivor, tint the Massachusetts Bay Oysters have recovered with Hie cold weather th-ir fresh and delicious tluvor so peculiar to them, and which has iriven thnn the name of oyster* of ( aucale, that Ins saloon, recently no ik'tautly fitted up, oiler* the most ipiiel and comforiable accommodations. There will always be found in it a choice collection of the following wine*, vix: < iialdn, Sau>rue, Grave, Barsac. Hermitage, sparkling aud still Hoca, Cliainpa^ue. Chainbertin, I'o nni.iid, Voluey, Lalitte Larr./.e, Leovilie, St. Jutten.itc., and all sort* of fort igu wines and cordials. He keeps constantly on hand ilie above wines, in the cask or box, together wiih Preserves, Swret Oil aud KrescftJ" luagmr. Goods pureha>ed from his establishment are sent uiciiarge to any part of the city. Oy*ters will be sent to*s idence of purchasers, (if rinuired) and opeuetl by one of tilt lieu Uaiil* o the establishments. ?2 l-i^ec HAH PS T F BROWNE <k CO. Manufacturer* of the Improved ? Patent Double Action Harp, by Royal Letters Patent, London?established lRlu, (many years with Erard,) No. 385 Broadway ami Chamber* street, New York. .J. F. Browne oilers tor sale at 1185 Broadway, the finest collection of these beautiful instrument* in the United States. Ills trrangemeut* are such as to enable him te transact business at European prices, thereby saving purchasers the high duties imposed by tariff 011 these instruments. J. K. Urowue would observe these Harps are constructed on the most approved priuciplea, with <11 the modern improvements, are unequalled m brilliancy ( f tone, fineness of touch, and perfectness of mechanism. I'ailicular care is taken to lit them for the extremes of climate i: cliis country, in which respect they will be found far superi. i u> any of ?uru|>*au manufacture imported in the usual Way. These Harps are patroniaed b y the elite of musical taste and professional talent 111 Europe' <>tnung the latter, he wot1 hi meutiou N. C- Bochsa, who inv i'.ably selects from this es'ablishmeut. The attention of pr.i lessors iu this country is solicited. Lists of prices and descriptions may be forwarded ny post. lL-pairing carefully attended to; Harps taken iu exchange, strings, Sic. s2l lm*r MUSIC. JOSEPH KAMMERER, professor of music, reiiiectfully " announces to his patrons, nud the public 111 general, that he has removed from 59 Crosby to 136 Laurens street, where all orders for his Cotillion Bind, to wait on parties, etc., in or out of town, will he thankfully received and iiromplly attended to. Orders for J. K. will also be received at Mr. VV. Dubois' music store, 285 Broadway. o2 lm*r PIANO FoRTET JOHN PETH1CK reapedfully informs his friends and the ^ public that he has on hand at his old establishment, INo. 201 Uleecker street a choice assorlment of I'iano Fortes, which he will sell on the most reasonable terms. For touch and tone?those irnportaut considerations with players of exi?-rieuce?he would readily challenge comparison with the best Pianos now in use ; and as to durability, lie refers to the many and ueijuent recoinmenda lions of his instrument* by various professor* who have used them lor the last twelve years. The assortment comprises various patterns, both of rosewood aud mahogany, of six octave* and eighty notes, or full Herman scale New York, Sept. 18th, 1813. s21 lm*ec TO "THE LADIES. T)1NGLETN, FINE AND WIRE CURLS, BRAIDS, ? Frixettes, Plain band*. Bow*, Head, Met Car , Shell Combs, and other Ornament* suitable for decorating Ledie*' Heads. M. & M. LALIUE, Manufacturer and Wholmate Dealer, 16'2 Canal, corner of Vnrick, have now on haud a largt, new and splendid assortment of the above articles, which they are selling at greatly reduced prices. They are of the latest fashions, and are manufactured in a superior manner, in their new and peculiar style, imparting a beautiful rich lustre to the hair, and a durability to the curl, nnattamed by auy other manufacturer. Old Curls altered to any pattern, and made to look like new, at a trilling expense. A liberal allowance made to retailer*. *19 Im*r m t7 j enningd <te go. F'XRAPERS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American Hotel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of seasonable goods, including Cloths, Cassimeres, Veatings, ike., iu all the uew and vatious style*, uuder the assurance that the system of "small profits and >i u i ck returns," which has elicited so liberal a patronage, will be continued, while our arrangements are such a* will enable ns to till all orders in future with promptness. A feature in the establishment, which mint commend it to those reuniting article* for immediate a*e, is the addition to our itock, of on assortment of first quality ready made Garments, consisting of Surtout*, Frocks, Drc&s Coat*, Pantaloons, Vests, Office Coat*, Travelling Frocks, Dressing Gown*, lie A choice collection ot Silk aid Satin Scarfs, Cravat*, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, rcushn Mints, Collars, fce. At prices whic'.i must offer mdaermeuu to purchuen. jy24 3m*ec ENS\ BOYS' AND CHILDKEN'S CLOTHING.GEO. T. GREEN, Nos. 110 Chatham str et, and 4 .onery, will keep constantly on hand a full luid complete assorts meni of Mens', Boys' ana Children'* Clothing, of all descrintious, made m the most fashionable style, to which lie would respectfully invite the attention of those m will As he has made arrangements to receive Cloths, Cassuneres, Votings Stc , by every packet, and lias seemed the serv ices ofexperieuced Cutlers, he pledges himself to give perfect satisfaction to all who may purchase. N. B.?Garments made to order at the shortest notice, and with strict puuc'ualuy. o3 lm*r G'eNTXK.MK.NS LF.rr Off WARDROBE.-CMnle' men or families desirous of converting their left off wearIII* appa'el into cash, can obtain lor the same tiie highest ca?li price. To families and gentlemen quilting the city, or changing residence, having any superfluous effects to dispose of, will luid it much to their advantage to send lor the suuscriber, who will attend them at tiieir residence by appointment. H. LEVETT, No. 6 John street. New \ ork A line through the Post Office, or otherwise, will receive prompt alt nlion, CLOTHIVG cleaned altered and repiired. oU lin*ec OTICE.?Gents having cast off Clothinc which they want to dispone of, will, by Uaving their address at W. Simpson s< St VV ilton's ol J established store. 19 Chatham street, be called on at their residence. All kinut of cast olT clothinc, watches, musical, mitheii instruments, sextants, quadrants, guns, pistols, guitars, he , bought and sold at No. l!) Chatham street. N. B. All kinds of carpeuters' tools bi>uglit. oil lm"r J. OUKlrkO CHEAP UYE1NO ESTABLISHMENT. Vf R. so III A be*a I ?ve respectfully to inform hi* friends and V* ,lhl public in geutral th&t owing to the depressed state ol he timea, hr lias reduced lus price 85 per cent below the regular charges. Ladies wishing their summer dresses, shawls, flic. dyed or pressed, will Mud it much to their advantage by paying nim n visit. (reutlemcn will also do well to call with such article* will be punctually attended to, and trie article done up in the best style at Soria's establishment, No. 4to Pearl *t. Hi* branches 4 re at No Si7 Bleecker st., No JiH Bowery, am' at 357 Ornod st. Also a brauch at 49 Fulton st. Brooklyn, aan at Newark, N. J., corner of Broad it, and Washington Place. Merchants can have all binds of (foods dyed and pat up in their original forms, and on modrrats terms. Principal office 190 I >arl st. an20 Sm*ec jObEPIITHLLOTT'S 6TLEL PENS. HKUUCKM rHICKJ". rPHK ?nh?crib?r is consMutly rweivin* fresh supplies of the I above justly celebrated pens, which he otters to the trade at very low rates. In addition to the style* >o well known, he hffs recently introduced the following new pattern*, vt? :? Nos. 1, 2 and 1 Principality Pets, eitm line, line and medium points. No. f?('aligraphic IVn?a prime articla on pictorial cartb, vi-rvs of celebrated place*. Nos OsndlO?Washington Pert?very fine point, and elastic, on superb raids. In evidence of the high estimation in which the?a Pens are held, the follow tug statement is made The number of Pens manufactured at the works of JOAKPII UILLOTT. from Dec. 1841, to Dec. 1*42, wa? 70,612 (102 The public >re cautioned to be ou their guard urainst spun in>. articles. Kach package of the ftenuine |>ens bean a fuc si mile of Mr. I ill Ion's signature. For sale by HENKV JEaSOP, Importer, 9lJohn street. corner of Gold. A good sapply of Win.lies aid Mosley St( o.'s London P.-nir, s2t l-n^ec poMK ru IV, Kits i|,|, * OREAT BOAT AND UAJt w BAZAARS?At this establishment can be found every description of Boats tint the ingenuity (if mail can suggest Look nt what he has done and then judge of what he can ilo. At hi* establishment was built the following unrivalled boats, viz: ?The Hwilt Sure of New Konndland: the sixteen foot sailing Dinky Troubles-; the Itomp of llurlgate, and the I" il Pry The row boat* Henry Stark, which won *9 races lu 18 mouths; the noble fimbria; the O. W. Chapman: the forty foot racer fur the United StaW* shin Ohio; thn large Kinpress P>r Florida; the bra?* mounted gig Neptune for Tampico Bay, and a host of other* 1*111 illy great Oars, Sweniis and Scolls?This new branch of his business is tnih worthy of attention. Look at the prieaa, only three and four pence a foot. All the sculls lor rating dressed by the pro tmetors nwnhandt. Those that wou ths tist race can now be s-en at his n#ic?. Bitty Boats always on hand. Visit his Uirairs il yon desire a treat. A.'l work delivered free of cliarge C. I- INOERSOLL, 1%,406 and 414 Water and 141 Cherry abeeu?sole proprietor. sat lm*r COPI'KK?100 cases ol eatra quality Knglisb sheathing Cop l?r, from 14 to Si oz., just received per recent arrivals, an d f0?fj'r,ln iE. K. COLLINS k CO. 5A 8011th stri etl [ERA] . ? rrrr , 1843. The Antarctic Kxpcdltlwn. [From the London Literary Oaxitto ] In our iatt Gazette we lml the satisfaction to ifive ! roropletc outline of tlie course and scientific proceedings ot the AnUruticEspedition,which we rejoice to find hus made so Ktror>g a public seuiation. It wns not in our power, nor the |>ower ol iaugunre, to speak too highly of it* importance to science, nor 01 itn conduct throughout i . as honorable to tho naval service ami glorinun to the ! country. The hnrmony which prevailed from first to I lust in every department, the firmness and leselution el ' allem.ilovnj. and the safe ri-tiirii iu.ll. a.. Ii.ll In nf ?.rk. ' nim or ol lo 'R durin? lour ye,its ol nrdtinus and itangt rous enterprise, r*-fl ci such credit on otttcers and men, j that it won d indeed tie ditliculi to ft id worila to express our Hdmirutioti. Tbnt speedy promotion and r> ward will mark the sense their country entertains ol their devot#d- j urns it mutter ol course ; uud we take pleasure in stating that his Royal H ghnes* Prince Albert looW a warm uu i early interest in ihmr progress and discoveries. It is another tine trait in tho char, cter of that ilitivtrioui per onage, and one ol the rn;ht kind, to add to a |?reat and grow i; g popularity of the bent anil most enduring description lu bestowing hi* regard* 11)1011 thesi< brave navigator?, he assumes the tiue position ol a Uiitish priuoe ; and a portion of their gallant exploit* will thus become a part of hit history, as well aa ol the hiktory ! the nation adorned by both But our leelini; oil this subject must net lead u? into the vice of common plaec declamation. Ill addition to what appeared in our last werk'a sheet, we have some particular to communicate to our readers, which, wo are sure, will he gratiiy iui; to their tasti a and curiosity. \Vi> mrntionid the plummet having struck the ground in a sounding ol gn at depth, but hud n?t at th? women' the exact extent b< lore us- It u'i!i at 2077 l.itnooia ; ami hy an able contrivance the vessel* * ren d out more than tttXO fathoms ol line, and yet (as in lat. 16J drg 8) with ml that scope could hud no bottom. In toe loriner case, where they did, they c>nld net hrui;< the lead up ngain to inuicato tin nature ol the ground. In the highi s' latitudes, howevt r, which they reached, a .'I irn.'h H'ilhiii thi, Bf.lnMlIrt .tlf*l.. .t.?t.'lr*nf Vt.V/.l, wns very productive, and they have brought home, in l spirits of wine, many specimens of molluscs and other creatines, f>h<-lIn, itii Sic., which are believed to bo rare, it not new in this branch ot scientific exploration, and which will be the more welcome now, siucu Prof. Forbes's TEjean researches (see, fortunately, in tnis very same sheet, p <i'?4, his report, Bnd the results to which it leads.) have,as it were, opened a vast novel field of in- I quiry (or the investigation ot the nature ot our globe. ! In these desolate regions, where so little could be seen I wbs some compensa'iou to be able to divulge even n tew secrets from the deptlis ol the sea About and mound them it w as almost as tf life were extinct. Animals there were none; ami lirds were very few. The stormy petrel occasionally dying over their heads, was shot; and a new Ipeoiea of white petrel was also obtained. The ether ornithological inhabitants of the antarctic, such us gulls, its., were identical with those of the arctio regions; the sa ne in colors, feathers, arid form. Oulv they were," like engcl visits, few and fur between. Of shrimps, under the ice, there were my riad?;bnt apparently nothing to feed upon them except the worthless (inner-whale. For the met-s.the ocean was a blank. Seals, liowev. r, abounded, withekins of a long coarse hair. And this was all?ail except the extraordi nary penguin, whose habits seemed to ba impenetrable > This bird was found always on the ice, and at immenso distances irom land How it existed appeared to be a inys tery. There wi re thousands and teiiH of thousands of the nailerspecies; aad the lightly flvd^ed young in their first year wore often m-t with. But there were, besidt *, a patriarchal order, never encountered In more than three at any time, and ot on immense size. Their appearance on the nummiti of icebergs nnd elsewheto was almost ludicrous; tor, with their stately stalk and short legs.they looked lor nil the world like the padres of religions order. One was weighed at 7rt pouul<. nnd stood about four fret six inches in neiglit. The average weight of this large class wps?4 pounds, and,heavy as they w>re anil seemed, their activity in leaping was incredible. In their J walk, und glancing over their shoulders, us it were, witk J wotid>-riit tlv ir strange visiters, tliey betrayed no fears, and baldly tooktaemselves out of the way. But if an impulse led thuui tojump up the luce of a piece of ice, their flappers cam" down on each side, and tliey rose ', with aspr 'ig (considering their torm) truly astonishing ; ' as several of tu? odi.-.ers estimate! i,uch exploits at 10, 12 9 or I I feet in perpendicular height. How these birds contrive to live on icy masses, tinnMo t to fly, and not much made for running, is, we repeat, a | natural curiosity. Tneie ure no insects within many de- ? green m the ontaratic circle where they abide. , Ot the dre'Mlul storm niO'itioned in our lost, we have ( since teen .i sketch; which, we are as ured, is an underwrought representation ol the scence. It is periectly appalling 1 The fc: ebus nnd Terror are but one wave apart and the tremendous musses oi>ce seem as il they must crush a thousand navies. Their escape was indeed miraculous. Both ruddsra loit at nearly tfie same tim", and a drtaoiul swelldriviug them up mid*down, whilst the roll , ing Jc-- w as sometimes under them and sometimes emerging fr m the water mound. It must nave been terrific.; and it may be observed, that theocean swell,of which wo , have Fpoken. renders thy nuvigatun ol thosotttb lulimU. ' ly more perilous thnn that iu the northern tphere, whera ' the waves and i ut rent* are compiratively smooth, anil ' the forcing u w ay through the ice a very diltereut and much Hater operation I Among the memorable object* of thn voyage, the vol- j cano we describe! last week was the most memorable.? , Its appearance ii spoken ot by all the officer* and crew* as of stupendous b: auty ; and (tome idea may be formed of i's giandeur when we state, that on sailing away from it in a direct course, I lie veaeis could see it distinetly at 1 the ol 130 miles ! ' 'i'ho geology near this phenomenon would bo of extreme intercut; but it was not attuinable ; and we huve only to console ourselves with the abundance of sneci- f mens brought l'roin othor part*. Kergut'len's Land was e rich in this respect, and M-ems altogi tti- r to have bceu i ( one ol the most remarkable spots visited by tho expedi. | j tion. We sii 1 it was ot volcanic origin ; but it is a pu/xle ! s to tell exactly what it 13. Covered with lava, it imbeds " immense fossil trees, some of them six or seven Jeet in ' circumference ; and numerous hoe minerals, qunrtx in I huge masses in basaltic caverns, atul other singular re * maim It looks us if a land had bt en submerged, and agna thrown up to the surface by volcanic action ; the former solid eaith and all it products having been re. < stored to view undi r uu igneous power, which destroyed it. Here, however,our countrymen fared well, and were ' fortunate in fie r magnetic observation*. They could ' not thin the mill itudes of teal which surrounded them and all'orded good ta:de cheer,and an excellent speciesof ^ thn brassica tribe, though wild, furnished a vegetable ' much esteemed after a long voyage. The teed ol this 1 cabbage furnished food for many birds, and several speci- ' mens were brought Irom this fjuarte -. Altogether, we j understand, about 60 have been senior brought home,out of which, no doubt, some will augment our luuna? ' Shooting these w.s one of the principal Amusement* ol 1 th? offici i*, when not on duty From Keig ielen's Land we have on our table, kindly i ' presented to u* by I ieut. 8nr>ith, a beautiful specimen of J 1 tha f s*il wood ?a blaek silrx, with the woody fibie* ob j ' viousl) circling in the anteiior, and tlin outer bark, par ? ticularly on one side,of iwlift<*rent brown consistency. It | ' issbont fit e inches in diameter, and very heavy. From , ' Van Diemen's Laud wo have also nilicified vegetable r?- i 1 mains, ol lingular buatity j and in mentioning the place | > whence they came, we are happ7 again to notice the j ' hearty welcome from Sir John Franklin, who ma le it a j v home to the expedition. But beiore we leave Kergu?- \ I len's Lnnd, we must ievert to the scientific operations | S tlieri*, though merely to mention that the " am1 ulaiory' observatories, from which *o much information lias been ! acquired, have nil been salely rclatided in Et.gland, and , i are ready for any other expedition. These house* au- i I swered their purposes admirably, as did the instrument* ' c generally ; and as the Krebmand Terror worked simul- J taneously, and communicated the resul s by signal j * .luilv Inuru pannnf ho u .Int lit (.f th A rftrr# P.t llt'KR ttl th* xpuriments and observations This it of infinite coush j quence.for it must prevent all question, or cavil, or pre- 1 lence from other quartets. The visit to Cupe Hurn, whither they ran from the | i Falkland Island*, brought them (? we observed) bc- | ( quainted witn the native* of that wild promontory. They met them on an island, not on the mainland, but a place | evidently much frequented by them. They never met j more than six or seven ol the men together, and fomx) I th?-m a (varies* and rather robust, active, oud well looking race. Thoy were matchless imitators, and very dexterous thieves ; but nothing to offer in barter but (mail pieces of skint; and w err careful to prevent tLe appear- i unceof their women. These were kept sedulously out of tight ; and in enn instance, whuro a parly from the ships uiprist) 1 two of them slouching in a concealed part, th' y I. apt up and ran from thi m. sen erhiug with terror. 1 ' The "Jerden Iil<in>t"of CaptNtn Weddell* map wn near; ! and upon it, as upon ethers tabbita (rtronght Irom the | Kalhli'iid Isli s) were put ashoro ; and as tbe soil is light and sandy, andcovi-red with ernis and brush wood, thoy j ( will no doubt thrive, an I replenish the laud. Our kind I J voyog-.Ts aUo.on other remote ahorea where vessels will j * hereaiter touch,landed tabints. poultry, g Jits, atid sheep, , , Of which their future successors mtiv rtap the adven- f tagn. . r The boats of the natives of the Terra del Kuego arectr rintuly built, and their bottom ballasted with clay, on , * wliicb their cooking is performed. The men, as we have r said, are great mimics One ol our officers danced nnd j * sung Jim Crow to a ret of them ; and a Fuegian immedi- ! utely, to the great entertainment of the ships' crews, Copied both dance and aong ; the first to perfection, and _ the last so well that it was thought lie pronounced every absurd word whilst he jumped Jim Trow j r Among the happy returns, we cannot conclude without 1 mentioning the pretty kitten sent on hoard the Ertbtis ( tr j'ist before starting, and which we declared to b? a "Pole ' oat." It has certainly become me, with a thick rich fur, I h as if the antarctic, seasons had agrwed with it. There is j j, also a goat, shipped at Van Piemen's Land, which ha* stood all the hardships of throe years' iceing. They are unto ftiiiirels of considerable interest ; ntid, like then I c romman.i rs, wearogladtoobiervi thny giva tlitmirlv e# ' no air* about it. I , Of one ol these commanjei*, wf have to tpeak with 1 regret, and the public will join with n? in it. Alter all j hi* toil* and exertion*, Captain Crotier ha* had but n -al ( home to welcome him- 'I ho de^th oftwo Mater* ha 1 to j , he communicated to him a Taw dn>* go ; and hit griei ? naav hardly he imagined. ? The ?"**el? arn now at Woolwich, being tinrigaed [n th? interior they look almo*t n* fresh ?i when they wiled ; on the otitg'de they are to!> rnbly battered, and in the de?|t interior it i* likely th*y are mtioh damaged. II id they not been well found, they mu?t haye perteSeti; hut the bleuing of Divine Providence wa? with them?they wero embarked in a noble cautie, and nobly have the* done their work. Nothing that man could do wa? left ! undone ; and the result i*, wo can but repeat, un epoch of i *a*t importance to science, and a bright page In the hi* tory ol British enterprUr ' -~ m " n 7^* | LD. Price Two C?nta Philadelphia. [Cunr?,'??neu<-t of t)>? H :ral?t.1 Philadelphia, October 15,1843. Amtrican Prottitunt Auoewtion- R,v Mr. Board' ,f il,? f<! u--i- > ? ritun?j, ./ ?uill?-./Jzr iJVC' Irini't and Divorctt. DKAU BKNNETT According to public announcement made in all )ur daily pipers, the second meeting ot the " Ame ic<in Protestant Association," the last and beai lumbug of thia humbugging generation, came ofl aat evening at the Centra! Presbyterian Church, jorner ot 8ih and Cherry. before the liour of commencement, th? tody of the church wud ctowded with a dense mass ji youug iiKd be <miifui fem ties, mured in ihe latest all t'irihionri, and presenting to the eye of the galery spectator a perfect era of bonnets, decorated with the most fascinating taste. How manifest is the march of mind at the present day, when the abstract queHiiona oi' theology and divinity are become the Bttbject ?>f investigation for the amiable, he lovely end the fascinating charmers of the fair sex The aide and > nd galleries and lobbies filled rapidly, bo that the building must have contained more than two thousand persona; besides aome ,,.r,rlr?.,l<> mh.. loir ?u..,,nn .... In the immediite vicinity of the pulpit, there were >laced eh urs lor the reverend members of the issoention, wiiich were occupied to the number of welve o' fifteen, by Beveral lean-looking gentleneri in black, with white cravats?the only portion T the audience that had any resemblance to the nale gender, and they mieht rather be classed in he neuter. After the preliminary services were gone through vith, Brother Boardmun ascended the pulpit and ommenced hid address, the matter of winch was lestitute of a single original idea, and evident!} had tH origin in the brains of some he^d better u'ored vith ideas than that of Brother B. But though the ubs'ince of the discourse waH, in the words of he immortal bard, " flat, ctale, and unprofitable," 0 was not the maimer. The reverend gentleman evidently gratified by the dense and beautiful hrong which traced the house, and soon grew aninated and piquant, to a degree that might be thought >?tter suited to a di^sert-mon on dancing, or an fsay on poetry, than to 11 theological ditquisition. 1 he learned doctor, supposing probabiy that so gay in assemblage wou'd appreciate the huinorour, in-" lulged trr a while in a strain of the most mirthful harticter. and touched ofl his gloomy subject in a ?enuine Democritu* Etyle. llis allusion to the I'roj 111 horse, Spanish hor<?e,and Arabian mare, was jerlectly trteeisiiblr, ued dre w out a perfect eachilationof tr.ierafrom the young ladies throughout he imupe. This happy and agreeable position of affairs was changed 11110 the most grave and solemn silence, when lite Doctor described to his audience the iiirocious and horrid views held by the Church of Rome with regard to the indissolubility of the narii.ige contract; and enlarged upon her anu unce in denying the right of the parties to remarry, riie ladies aeerned greatly alarmed at this infringenent of the Pope upon their right9 ; and the lecurer seemed to intimate that the Battle-axe doclines were far preferable, as an alternative, to the 'ope's, "who," said Mr B. " never having married limself, should not pretend to kuow any thing of it. The brother's allusion to the prohibition of the :lergy from marriage, had like to huve caused unilea?jnt consequences; three young ladies, who lad been accompanied by as many young clerical lentlemen, m;'mber.s of the Association, ulmos' ainted at the bare supposition of the Pope daring o prohibit such " a consummation so devoutly to jp wished for " They were, however, soon reaa nfinl Ktr tin I ir*.r4 iilfpntinn f\l thii thrpo vnnnff mpn ind fell able to hear out the lecture without turther emotion. The lecture, on the whole, passed off'very agreeubly, having concluded, as most lectures do, with an appeal to the pockets of tlir congregation. Judging from the pleasure evinced by the ladies during the lecture, the contributions must liave been large; but of their amount I can say nothing, and don't know who can, unless Mr B., who will most likely say nothing about it. 1 am, however, able to say, that Mr. 13. is possessed of a figure, form, and face, that >ught to draw well And does, I believe, draw about ?2 000 or #2,500 d y<?ur. Pear Bennett, what a world of contradictions is his we live in. Here is Mr. Bourdnien, one of the Sttest men in th^ world to 1-ad a quadrille and *hautsey down the centre, delivering lectures on Romanism at $2,000 per annum ; arid th?re is Mr. , that could delm r a t? n times better discourse i>n the siime subject, giving lessons in dtuicifcg at fJ5 per quarter Mork Anon. Mnnn S. Lkoark?The following touching incilen? in the history of the lute Attorney General, deserves a place in every one's strap book. Thesim* 'licity ol his character and purity of dispotitien are n sweet accordance with the event, and serve to how the beauty and dienuy of those principles im>aried to us under die shadow ol our truly great remblic. The letter is addressed to the editor of the 'liarlefiton Courier Mexico, August 1,IMS. Mr Or * b Hia?I have rarely known the death ?f any mtividuai to cause n more general t.-oiation than that of in- lamented Irler.d L>-g>ue; nor lo mil forth mora flatenni( tributes to that genius, learning and eloquence for vhicli he win cairfly knowu to the world. I bag leave o mention to you au Hind nt which exhibits thoae tenler and affectionate qualities which to much endeared tim to hi* friend*. A deep and abiding affection lor one's nother 1 hnve generally found to he the most strikiag haracteristie. oi "natures finely touched " I hava never mown this feeling to exist in a stronger degree than with Vlr Legare. We were classmates and intimate friends In :ollege, and served al-o In Congress together. When he msdu that most spleudid i Ifjrt on the sub-tre ssnry, which riendf and opponent*, after he bad rno< i veil the congratulation* of all around him, I n-iid, "Come, Legare, j?ur odgiog* ?rn distant from the capitol?mine arc near?go ind dioe with me." When h-xl arrived at my house, aid to him?"Well, L'gare, I did not choose to niinglo ny congratulations with thn crowd: but I now tell you h it yon havo made a splendid spee< h, and I am proud of on.'' He replied, "I thu?k you. and value what you lay, vr I know it in *in<v-rg}" and then, wi'.h evea suffused vith tear*, 'I do u??ure you that the greatest bapnness which 1 fctl ia to know (hat my mother will b? [ratified.'' Yours truly, W. THOMPSON. N PUKSl'ANCK of an order of the Surrogate of the County of New York, notice ii hereby givin to all having 1 -tiinn auainst John ''iirrell, l.ite of the city of New York, link Shop k'eiT, deceest-d, to present the unv with the ouchers tnereof to the suhscrilier; anil all i*>rsous indebted to he estate, ate reonesie1 to mike immediate payment. JOHN CON WAV, &x'r, 117 Willet at. Dated New York. October It, IM'J. nl2 lm* rre l O I'HU PUBLIC. 5*1 nn TO $VKH? ?Mr. I > aucis K. Cramp, Watch Makar, piv'VJ 24d Orand street, begs to inform his friends and the public, that indepvodento; the Watch hpsineaa, he is.prepared to make advmC". ii cash on gold and silver wntches.dismonds, nlver tea arts, spoons. forka. and every description of gold or ?ilver in nny ?ha|>e. inteuned for immediate sale. Cash to any amonnt paid for old gold and silver. WaTches of every oescription repaired aud w&rrruted. 24H Qnuid atreet _ Dig W HfCKLK It begs t 1 offer to the n itictol the public the following letter fV"m a highly respectaow officer in the U. S. Navy:? Nit* Yona, Sept. II, 1WJ. I'o Dr. Wheeler, Ocaliat, 31 Oreenw ich street? Sir?If nffords megr??t pleasure to itive you the benefit of my ?-*tiinniiy of your eminent s?cee?? m the cure of my daughter fan aggravated ease of Scrofula OI"'ialinia, after she had been rented by eminent physicians aiid junteoot without the least rmanent benefit. I nui t add, (hit when I placed her nnder your kind cafe, having been induced to do so by visiting some of your cared i-itientv) I was in despairof her ever being cur?d by any one? ne eye being entirely cl< '?ed and sightless, the other nearly so. id *earre any light could lie borne. Kor many months she had >eeii kep' in <: ir-fn 11y darkened rooms. The eyelids were moat rightfully inflamed, and the child, by her previous treatment. educed to a mere ikfl-top. Yonr kind treatment and ifreat enn? "ill ever be held ky mr, nd every member of iny family, in the rnott arateful remainranee. Should this hritiR yon to the uotice ofany like suffet r, or [xii"iit with an eflltcted child, the object of thii teatimoov rill be secured by relieving sufferm* humanity. Very truly, vour friend, VrAVX. A. BARTLKTT, U. S. N., *36 ! HI 231 Eighth Avenne. DO UKl.fc LX I'll A ITALIAN liAIK. WA8H. ['HIS ( KLKBKATF.D preparation, the only one that hia l ever l.een discovered, for tn.' rucceatfat evtirpstion of that lost offuitive dtaeaae ol tlie liend, I) \NDRUFF, at, daring the late lpritix ami summer seaaon, been applied and Med by thousand* of Ladies and Gentlemen, and in no one latance, has it tailed to effect AN IMMKDlATti AND RADICAL CUKE. It ii recommended by the nviat Celebrated and sfcilruI pnyaii*iii and chenutts of the day. Every oue ihonId avail them'lve? i f its benefit*, and thu? secure a clear bead and a lit coat of litir. It is tor sale l>v ita proprietor? price VI tnn ottle, .uid 25 cent* tht tingle r,"f ,i'fp l, o ,,ll i.n "f P I'UffKDI'U. i' Park How. \ffn r. OK IEFFEK8QN iN*> RANCB COMFAWY ' ?Office 36 Wall ttwet. This company continue .their bnineat of insurances*.init ios, or damage by fire, on gooda. vareawid merchandise, .unl alto on veaa-la and tVir MMtoe. ?*i?it lotj by inland 9 Tliuinai W. Thorne, Klitha Kin*. I'tioinsj T. Woodruff Benjamin H. Rob??e, Jolwi H. Daviaon. KrmncU P. ? *?, Thornton Price Joseph Allen, Johu II., John P. Moor*, Mont 1 actor, '?mr? p. C. Tunis, Jsmra K. Whifinf, Auaua B?k?r, Win. K. Thorn, ayssw W2r&?. _ ?o. T HOPr. ?582," " THo?Nt.rrrt

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