Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 29, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 29, 1843 Page 1
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??BBB??HiBB TH Vol. I*., IVo. !487?U hole No. 3500. To tl?e Public. ] THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspaper-pub liaked every day of the year except New Year'* day and Fourthof July. Price 3 cents per copy?or $7 36 per annum? postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price 6} cents per copy, or $3 13 per annum? postages paid?cash in advanoe. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation or j the Herald is over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing fast. It has tin largest circulation ?) any paper in Ihit city, or the world, and is, therefore, the hett channel for bu' tintss men in the city or country. Prices moderate?caih in advance. PRINTING of all kind* axecuted at the moat moderate pricw, ami in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Pkopriktor or tui Hkrai.d Eutibi.uhmict, Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau i-treeU SUMMER AHRANGEMENT NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RA jfcOAD LINE , Vis Newark, Newbri-nswick,'Pfi^ceto!*, Trkmtoi*, f Bordkntown Ai*b Burlinuton. Lea? iug New York daily from the foot of Courtlundt st. Morning Lin*at# A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at 45i P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordeutown, from theuce l?y steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to j Philadelphia) without changetof cars. i Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of Courtlandt street, where a commodious ttMmboal, will be in readiness, with baggage crates ou board. ?||iladelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wiTiout being opened by the way Each train is provided with t a car in which are apartments and dressing rooms ex.Tessly for the ladies' use. lletiirning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Wal- c nnt street, by steamboat to Bonlentown at 7 o clock, A. M. t and by railroad fmm Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The liiu-i fur Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7A. M., and 4 P. M. being a continuation of the liues from New York. oil 2m*m FATERSON RAILROAD. I raiMF i KAUK ONLY 25 CENTS. ? Krmn Pater son to Jersey City. ' On ail J after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1843, the cars'will leave i 1'attRso.N Dki"#t. Leave New York. . 0 a. m. 9 a. m. ih< " 12}? p. m. 3 P. M. 4 " ? ON SUNDAYS. Lkstk I'tTikio!) Dkpot. Lkavk Nr.w York. 8 A.M. 9?A.M. 3 V. M. 4 P. M. Transportation car* leave daily (Sundays excepted.) Passengers arc advised to be at the Kerry, foot of Courliandt street, a few minutes before the stated ho?r? of departure jv!9 6m* ^ RED BIRD LINE OK STAGES. IN connection with 1 the new york and a. ljul railroadcsmpany. -^ppl , r all "wvaNOEMENTS! TWO DAILY LINES ! ' On mid after Wednesday, 11th October, inst, the Red Bird Line of Stages will leave the village of White Plains, every morning, (Sundays excepted.) at 8 o'clock, A. M., and every , afternoon at 2 o'clock, P. M., end th? Railroad D*|<ot, City i Hall, and the Westchester House, corner of Rrootne street au?l the Bowery, N?w York, every morning tit 8 o'clock, and every | afternoon by the 2 o'clock train. Akwits are in constant attendance at tha Railroad Depots, ot i whom every information may be obtained, and who will als* Iteud to the baggage put under their charire. HIRAM DEFOREST, Proprietor. White Plains, Oct. 4th' '813. oil lm*ec '"~THE SPANISH STEAMER NATCH- . FiC. for HAVANA, Direct, Don Krar.- ] ?is Villair, commander.will leave theoort ol ^rVlh'lT tf > >* y"rk ?" Wednesday, Nov. 1st, for Ha- , ?*K3ea-" villi direct. The NATCHEZ has l*en newly coppered, relitced with new boilers, and in poiiut of elegance aim Keneial comfort cannot he surpassed. , Kor particulars for passage apply to JOHN B. STAN- | HOPK, Aster House, who will accompany the Natchet'on her voyage. ol2 toNl'r JOHN It STANHOPE. r rrniM travellers going south or , WEST?Sixteen hours in advance of the i S. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savannah, | ^*~<vrSll< flMtf in connexion with the Central Kailroad to Macon and the West The tplendid steam I packets GENERAL CLINCH, Capt. J. P. Brooks, and CHARLESTON, Capt. K. Barden, will laave Charleston eve- | ry Taesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at 9 o'clock, af- | ter the arrival of the Wilmington boats from the north, arriv- | inn at Savannah the si me day, and will leave Savanna}) on the | same days as above, at 6 o'clock P. M., after the arrival of the cars from Macon. Travellers will find this to he the cheapest and most expeditious route to the south and west. The above boats are fitted , up in a superior style, and no expense or pains will be spared to , ensure certainty, comfort, and expedition to the travelling public. JOHN B. LAMTTE. Agent, Kitzsimmons' Wharf, Cha'leston. Charleston. September, 1843. sl7 2m*r piew ARRANGEMENT^ , VARK AND FREIGHT REDUCED. jMQiMi REGULAR MAIL LINE?KOH PROVIDENCE AND BOSTON, via. STON zm , w,mLingtgn and Newport?composed , ot the following superior steamers, miming in connection with I and Saturday at 3 o'clock, P. ,\1. Tin" NORWICH, Captain John Samuel*, will leava NfW | York, foot .of Warreu atreet, every Wedueaday and Saturday at 9 o'clock, P. M. I Will I'-JTf K jgiton Hlondont landing) every Tuesday and Friday al 3 o'clock, f. M. KXTRA Till PS. Tli* KMEIIALD will K-av? the foot of Mnrr*v utrret every < Sunday inoruingat ' o'clock. Returning, |e*vea Kingston at 4 o'clock, iimf day. 1 Kor fiviclit or paaiage apply on hoard, or to ' WILLIAMSON. BARLOW It CO., ' all Jm*r IM Wwi ?tr?et < NKW AHRANGKMKNT KOR BHRKWSBURV?Loaf Branch. Sandy S^^ZJbCk.liooJi, Ocean lion*'and Katontown Landing. XIm u?v Steamboat 8IIKKW8BURY, Captain John r. i Corliea, will now ran aa folio*?, on and altar Thursday, ?7th I nat Jeaviug New York, lroj? tlie loot ( Kohmson street, very Tuanday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Vurt Katontowu Lauding ou Monday, Wednesday and Kriday, t JO o'clock, A. M. . . IV Shr?wsbnry will ran af above, weather r^rmit'ing, nat U farther uotice. All bakgngr at the risk of the owners. Vara MS emu. 1 N. B.? Htagaa will be iu attendance to convey iMSienger | rom ihe aforaaaid landing |<Jacr? to any |>art of the county r* | Shrewal ary will (0 the inner imnage, when practical I* , jem ^ the Stonington Mia Boston and Providence Railroads , MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Cometock. RHODE ISLAND, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARKAGAN SETT. MOHEGAN. One of which will leave New York daily (Sundays except ed) from Pier No. 1, Battery Place, N. Iiiver, at 4 KM. ' ARRANGEMENTS. t The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Thayer, on Monday, and ' Wednesday for Stouinffton and Newport, and Friday for t Stonington. 1 The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tue*- ' day and Thnrsdav for Stonington, and Satarday for Stoning too, Newport and Providence. TiusenKm, on th* arrival of the steamers at Stonington, will I be immediately forwarded in tlie splendid and commodious I C:>rt of the Railroad - t Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will p?oceed in the iteaincr Mohe^-an (in superior order) from thenc# at 6 o'clock the following morning, thai firm? them an,opportnnity of a night's rest on board th* steamer Massachn*ett* or Rhode Island, alid then breakfast on board t the Mohegan. < The above steamers have been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and the comfort sud security of passengers, and not snrpaeaod by any in the United Btates. Kor passage or freight, which is taken at very r<-dnred rate*, 1 apply on board, at north side of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or of- i fire of S.nnuel Deveau, freight aiteiit, on the wharf. Tickets for the route and steamers' berths can be secured on board, or at the office of HARNDEN St CO., No. J Wall street 1 tCT" NOTICE?CIIANOE OK HOUR.?On and after Monday, Oct. 9th, the steamers of the New Jersey Steam Navigation Company, forming the line to Providence and Boston via Stonington, will leave pier No. 1, Battery Plsce, at 4 P M. (I*>"Uu mid alter the Mth aist, freight will not be received tod forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. ml fim* in .MM jjfll IN DEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSI.C2?TION NIGHT LINE FOR ALBANY k ' JfiaaJaMMLTROV?Through Direct, without Landing.? The commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, 1 Capt.O.Mouse.will leave New York from the foot of Robinson street, on Mondiys, Wednesdays and Fridays; and will leave ' Albany and Troy on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will coulinue these trips for the season, at* o'clock in the afternoon. Knight taken at reduced rate*. Apply on board. P. s.?The above boat lias undergone a thorough repair, and i* , in first rate order. o26 lm*r I i SIX O'CLOCK EVENING LINE ; fliS&Sd*for ALBANY AND TROY direct, without 3iCi>a90K>huiding?tlie splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave tlie foot of Courtlaudt street every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, for Albany direct. . The bwallow a large number of state rooms.and for speed ! and accommodations it ui.t surpassed on the nnasoa. au8 ec ! "7%r- -| "7. fKOI'I.K'S LINK OK STEAMBOATS I QZZ?** /T3?FOR AI.BANY-DhiIv at U o'clock P. MTP >rt ' (]ir,'ct?Krom tne steamboat pier boIvmi ConrtlanJt and Lihrrty streets, Sunday sicepted. The itniiibMt KNIuKKhBOI'KK?K,C>|<t. A. I*. St. John, will i-?v>\, Monday, Wednesdny aud Kriilay Evenings, at in J o'clock. Steamboat ROCHESTER, Ctpt. A. Houghton, will leave Tuesday, Thursday, and S.rfiirday at 0 P. M. At i o'clock P. M.?Landing,\l Intermediate Plain. Swamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W UrainaM, will leave Monday, Wwluwby, ami Kriday afternoon, at i o'clock. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, ("apt. M. H. Trniudall, 1 will leave Tuesday, Thursday nxd Saturday Evening, at live o'clock. PasseaKrrs taking thii Line of Soau will at all times arrive is Albany in ample tune to lake the Morning Train of Cart for the mat or west. The above boats arc new and snbstnntial, are fnrniihed with ne.U and elegaut State Hooms, and for s;?fd and accoumodaliona are uiirivslled on the Hudson. I Kor Passage or Knight, arply on board, or to P. C. Bchultt . U tt>* office oo the wharf. gjj r NOTICE?On and after Monday, Oct. 16th, the boati of this line will leave for Alhanv at # o'clock. P. M init?a,l of 7. STATKN ISLAND KERRY, KOOT WHITEHALL ST.-The stsamboat aE-HSCsTATEN I SLA NO EH will leave New Vo.k , ami Siatrn Island, on and after October 2d, aa follows, .until i I *ther notice Leave New York 9, II, S, JW. S\. | Leave Stati n Islsnd S, 10, 1, 5x3. I ' All freight shipped in repaired to be particularly marked and is at the risk of l*ie owners thereof. . imtr MEW YORK AND KINGSTON STEAMTKKIUHT AND PASSAGE LINE. ?M Kor Kingston, anr Delaware and Hudson , ^ ^tyyal-p.ea.nboau EMERALD and NOR- I "TheKMEHALI). Captain John K.tcham, will Isare New i Yoik, foot of Murray street, every Monday uud Thursday at 5 i 'clock, P M. . i n'i it:.?.? i i ,, w. ,i. ...,ii,v i gggg?-5E NE NE NKW JERSEY KA1LROAD AND TRANS PORTATION COMPANY. 5SS0[_6Si9 jfeSall INJ'.W YORK AND NEWARK. FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, r roui the foot of Conrtlandt street, New York. (Kvery day?Sunday* eicepted.) Leave* New York. Leave* Newark. It I A.M. At I P.M. At 7 A M. At IK T. M. 9 do. S do. 8 do. 4K do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 5l. do. SK do. 10X do. 7J4 do. 6>Jdo. do I do. ON SUNDAYS. From the foot of Courtlandt street. Leavus New York. I.eavis Newark. At 9 A. M. and 4K P. M. At 12VJ P. M. and 9X P. M. NEW YORK, ELIZABETH TOWN? Leave* New York. Leaves Elizahrih Town It ? A.M. At S P.M. At A.M. 3>i P. M. 9 do. 4 do. 8.H do. 7 do. 11 do. 4 it do. 10 do. 9>* do. i)i do. 12 do. The trains lor Wesilield, Plainfwld, Round brook, Soinerille, &c., counuct with the 9 A. M.t and 4>, P. M. ; train* rom New York daily, Sundays pxcopted. Fur# bftw.tji New York and Elizabeth Town out*. Fare between do. and Somerville, 75 cuuts. NEW YORK AND RAHWAY Leavers New York. Liaves Railway. U 3 A. M At J P.M. At 7 A.M. A'. P.M. 9 do. 4 do. 8 (kt. Ji (lull do da. US do. 9 do. 6# do. llfi do. NEW IfORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. Kiiiin loot of Courtlaudt street, New York, daily Leav?* New York. Leave* New Brunswick. Kt 9 A. M. At 4 P. M. At 6 A. M. At IIV A.M. 5>?do. 7k do. 8& P. M. ON SUNDAYS? Leaves New York Leaves New Brunswick. At 9 A. M. and 4i P. M. At II)* A M., and 8)4 P. M. Fare, except iu the Philadelphia traiu*, betwtwu New York ad New Brunswick. 50 cents. Betweea New York and Rah way, 25 cents. Pa*seni(ers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re :eive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the cou Inctor orly on the day when purchased. aul9 r ~4BK8?* ""REMITTANCES t6~~1rKLAND, 8tc.?The *rj(?Vsttl>scriber continues to transmit money in sums large Utali?ir small, to |<ersons residing in any part of of Ireland n the same manner as he, and his predecessor in business have lone for the last thirty year* and more ; also, to any part of !'.nglaud, or Scotland. Money remitted by letter (post paid) to the subscriber, or ersonally deposited with him, with the uaine of the |>ersoii or lersous in Ireland, Kuitland or Scotland, to whom it is W he;ent, and nearest post town, will be immediately trauinitted, ind oaiil accordingly, and a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money, or claims on persons ill any part of ri l.lllll K.iulanil ur Sr-ntlar,,! I- ...ll..,....l I jer for jiersoii* residing in any part of tiie United'State* or Cajada, and will be paid to them accordingly. o21 lin?r GEORGE McBRlDE, Jr. 82 Cedar?t. Mfr KORLI VEK POOL-Regular Picket "of the 1st WCylrV November?The first class last sailing packet ship MitiK^OXFOIiD. Captain Rathbone, burthen 10iU torn; will sail as above, her regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steerage [lassongers, are not surpassed by any vessel in port. Persons wishing to embark should make unim-dicate application to the subscriber, JOSEPH McMURRAY. 100 Pine strvet. corner of Sonlli. To be ?ucc<?d?1 by the splendid packet ship Patrick Henry, to sail on the 7th November. o27ec K(JR LIVERPOOL?Regular packet ol the 7th HT.Y3rV November?The lirst cl.'ss fast sailing packet ship tiriMlttiPATUICK IIKN H V. Capt Delano, hurtheu 1000 :on?, will sail as above, being her regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage Mishiiri are not surpassed hy any vessel in port. Persons intending to tinlnrk should uiaka itninrdiate application to the subscriber JOS. McMURRAY, 100 Pine street oJ*ec Corner of South. lUEfir KOK LIVERPOOL?The New L^e^ReguiTr Packt i 16th of Noremher?The fine New York uuitt WvlabPicket ship HOTTINOUKR, Ira Bursley, m.uiet, lO^n tons, will sail as above her regular dav. For freight or passage having very superior accommodations, ipply to the Captain on hoard, at west side Hurling slip, or to WOODHULL t* MINTURNS, 87 South ?t. tfThe fine packet ship Liverpool, J. Eldridge, master, 1150 Oiis, will succeed the Hottiugner and sailou ner regular day, [6th December. o22 "BLATTTSALLTOU OLD LINE OK LIVERHMfejrWPOOL PACKETS?Only rerular Packet, sailing ou MjBiNEaWeduesday. th? 1st efNav. The reoiaikable fast nailng packet 'hip OXFORD. burthen 900 tons, Captain llatlilone, will sail positively as above, her regular day. The accommodations of this splendid packet for cabin, 2J ca>in and steerage passengers are unsurpassed for splendor, conve lience and comfort by any vessel alloat Those embarking for the old country will find it to their interest to select this desirable conveyance. For |>assai;e, which is vfry low, aud to secnra| the best berths, early application should be made ou board, Toot of Beekmiui st, or to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS fc CO.. 33 Knltonstreet. next duor to the Fulton Bank. P. 8.?The Oxford sails from Liver|>ool on the 19th of December. Persons sending for tlieir friends can have them brought out in her, or in an v oltlie packets comprising this magnificent uid unequalled .me, sailing from that port punctually on the 7th and 19th of each month. oU r "jffijg- FOIt LIVERPOOL?British St^|<^With"despatch wjfSV ?The well known vrry fast sailing British ship JPttilfai' HESTER, John Wilson, master, having a large portion of her cargo on board, will have immediate desi>atcli Tor the above port. Shippers of gooda will 6nd the Chester a most desirable conveyance. For freight or passage, having very comfortable accomtnodaions,apply to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS & CO., 35 Fulton st.. o2lr next door to the Kulton Bank. PASSAGE FROM CORK~-Via Liverpool-In KMfflFVtliH first spring ships.?We beg to iufortn our friends HmilMthat during the coming spring, 1814. we shall have a egular succeasion of lirst cbss American snips, sailing from he above port every week, which will lie fitted out in such a nanner for secoud cabin and steerage pasieng-ra, as cannot fail o ensure them every comfort. One of our firm, Mr. James D. floclie, reside* there, who will see |>ersoually to the forwarding >f all our passengers, aud will spare neither |*ins or exi<e?se to neet their wishes, aud have thein forwarded without any delay. Tho?e sending for their friends will at once see the advantage to >e derived by paying in our line. Apply to. or address if by etter |>ost paid, ROCHE BROTHERS k CO. 35 Kulton street, next door to the Kultou Bank, or to JAMES D. ROCHE, 14 Goiee Piazzas, Liver)iool. P. S.?Passage certificate! and drafts can be sent from this by the regular packet ships on the 1st, 7th, 13th, 19th and 25th ot very moith, also by the Boston steamers ou the 1st and 16th. s30r Dfi REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS FOR LON MtlwVDON?Packet ol the. 1st Novemlier. The splendid, "''II known, fist sailing and favorite packet ship VICTORIA, Captain Morgan, will sail positively as above, ler regular d?y. This spleudid ship hat excellent accommodations for cabin, leeond cabin and steerage passengers, and those about visiting .lie old country, would uo well t > make early application to W. Ik J. T. TAPSCOTT, 43 Peck Slip, corner of South street. Who have also regular first class packets stiltnic weekly to Liverpool, New Olleans, Mobile, Savaniiih and Charleston, oct_2Uec JjAiC- KOR LONDON?To sail on the lit November? I^tCTV-TIic new packet ship VICTORIA, Capt Morgan, faljnfl tons, will sail as above, her regular day. Her accommodations lor cahin, second cabin and steerage passengers are unsurpasti-d by any vessel in l?ort, and as a number of her passengers an- already engaged, those desirous of se{ curiug berths should make early applicstiuu to JOSEPH McMURRAY, o21r 100 Tine street, corner of South. OLD BLACK BALL LINE OK PACKETS ?3KrVK'tR LIVERPOOL?Packet of the 1st November Ub The Mil 11,1 fjkmt U-. .1.... ru conn I'mu. ltathbone, will bf u KtH)Tf, h^r rtfuUr (Uy. Blie hu tuprrior accommodation for cabin, second cabin and itevrage pattengart. Those writhing to teen re berth* will reluirt to make early application to JOHN HEKDMAN, (1 South it, near Wall itrart. N. B ? Passage from Oreat Britain and Ireland, via Livar100I, can at all timet be engaged, on the lowest terms, by any >f the regular packet tUipt, and drif't furnished for any amount payable at the National a< d Provincial lJrnk of Ireland, and at ill the principal towns throughout the United Kingdom, on application as above. o*3 r ~|.rOH LIVERPOOL-NEW LINK? lUcvUr ftTJtSV, Packet of 23th November.?The splendid packet !WtU|?a4l>il' ROSCIUS. Captain John < dlins, of 1 MHi tons, a ill sail as al>ove,licr regular day. Kor freight ot patsage having landsoine furnished accommodations,apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS & CO. Price of passage, $75. M South slre?t. The pacUtt ship Siddous. ( apt K K Coob, of MOO tout, will mccce# the Kxcius.and sail the 23th Decern ber.her regular day. Passengers mav rely upou the ships of this line sailing punc lually M advertised. oJ7 PACKET KOR HAVRE?Second Line-The ONEIDA, Jainss Kunck, master, will sail ou |MHlE?the 1st of NovemlT BOVl) He HINCKEN, No 9 Tontine Building, ol2ec corner Wall and Waterstrivts. KOR MARSEILLES?Pae|*t for 1st November? *RW?VTIie ship COURIER, Capt. Duggan, coppered and 'i I'pcr lastened. Kor freight or passage, apply t? H BUOOM & CO., ortoBOYD It IIINCKkV. ol2 ec No. 9 Tontine Building. KOR MA V ANNAH?Kirst Regular Packet with KETCrVdespatcli?The first class fait tailing shipLANt'AMMMMbaSI11 R h'., Capt Lyoot, burthen 830 tons, w41l tail aa ibove, tier regular day. Having very tuperior accommodationi for canin. necond cabin and steerage passengers, those intending to emh.irk thou Id mike iniineuiate application on board, foot of Mover it., or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine ttreet, olir eowwr ol BoiUi, KOR NEW ORLEANS? Lonjtiana and New rf^yVwl1 Line? I'otitively Kim Regular I'arket. To pppan in.- 31*1 ?>. t. The tut mlitiiX packet alup ???, <'Apt Jackton, will a.ul a* above, ber regular lUy. Kor freight or imaange, having l.audiom* Itirniahed acroinmotadona, apply un hoard, at Orlean* wharf, foot of Wall atr*?t, >rto K. K. COLLINS h CO, 16 South nwl. Shipper* m.iy rely oi>on having their goods by tin* line correctly imuunM. Agent* in New Oilenna, Mullen It Woodruff, who will promptly forward all Rood* to their addrea*. The packet ship Sliak*i>e.?ie, Cant Allen Miner, will ancceed JwOoONKB, tud ?.?ii the Wth Nov. her regular day. oifir ? KOR NKW ORI?*'ANS?Kim Packet Shi^KTjNrV ? ? ",l' 0,1 Monday the 30th inat or paaaage free ?'I he MMWiKlaM'l.'ii'l'1! fiutaiiling p.irketahip KIIAM IS DKI'AII, apt. ?.t*ory\ will be despatched a* above, her Itetween deck* 1a very ipaciona and airy and nttrd up in every way for the :omlort of 2d cabin and ?tecra?e paaaeugen, who will be taken It the lowest late*. i'hoae wiahing lire berth* will repine to mikeoirly application oil board the ahip, at Murray'* wharf, foot of Wall atreet, or to JOHN HKRDV1AN, SI South atreet. near Wall atreet. N. B ?The aubacriher ha* a regular aucceaaion of llrat cla*a ilnpa for the above p..rt by winch pa**age can be *ecured at the low eat rate*. QiW r NKW YORK k BOSTON tsoun u Pilot. IWF.N PRK.8COTT, I'ilota, or take-. char?? ai f ilter and pilot of v?***l* bound to New ll.'dlord, over Nantucket *hoal?. Iloiton, Port*month, Portland, Kwinebeck. and OTHEU I'ORTS. Olfice at Krye k Shaw * Nautical *tore, Tli Watrr atrwt, corner lieeUmau Relereuce to a uuuiber of m?r:iant* and the aevera'ISl aaurauce Compauie* m thia city, Bo?. wo, and PortUaU. ITli Jmr W YO W YORK. SUNDAY M01 ENGLISH ADVERTISEMENTS. 'T'HE NEW YORK HERALD is regularly tiled in London A bv Mr. P. L. SIMMONDS, Agent for the American Paper*, British and Foreign Newapaper Office, 11 Coruhill, London, opposite the Royal Exchange, wlirre orders and advertisement* will be received. s2Utfr GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION OFFICE, 18 CORNHILL, LONDON, OPPOSITE THE ROYAL EXCHANGE T3 MERCHANTS, Commercial News Rooms, Public Li braries, Agricultural Societies,Officer* of the United State*, Printer*. Publisher* of Newspaiier*, &c. P. L. SIMMONUS, General Agent and Commission Merchant, beg* to acquaint hi* friends and the American public in general,that he is ready to recei v? order* for the supply ol I\ew?pat>era, Periodical*, Stationery, Priuting Materials, hancy Articles, be. of any kind nud quantity, and good* of every deacriiitiou of tint rale quality, at the very lowest market in icej of the day, and to transact buiioevi upon the most liberal terms, provided he is pre.viom.ty furnished with funds or draft* at either long or ahorl dalM, or a refuiauce on some Londou or Li verpool house for navincnt P. L. Simmonds will alio receive consignments of any description of incrchaudixc to lie toltl on commission, ami accept bills at short dat. s lor two thirds of the amount, on receipt of the bills of Indite;. Consignments entrusted to liii care will meet with everv possible despatch in their disposal, consistent willi tin" interest nl Hie uuuiigii??>s: an eitensive knowledge of general bunnies* coupled with promptitude,attention and judgeineut, will lie trusts enable liim to give complete satisfaction to all who may favor him with their commands. Referent:* may be made in New York to James Gordon Bennett, till., Proprietor of the Hi raid,who is personally acquainted with .Mr. Simniond* and the ualure and extent of his establishment.. s28lf r TO NEWSPAPER AGENTS AND PUBLISHERS IN THE UNITED STATES. rPHOSK excelliul Illustrated Newspa|iers, The Pictorial J- Times, and Illustrated London News, are supplied at 7s 6d sterling |ier qr. Punch at 4s lid perqr, and all the London and Foreign Newspai>ers as they appear are regularly supplied, wholesale and retail, by P. L. SIMMONDS, Newspaper and Periodical Agent, 18 Coruhill, London. Subscriptions in adrauce, may be paid into the Herald Office, on Mr. Siminouds' account. Advertisements received for insertion in all the Loudon, Country and Foreign Journals. sSBtf LONDON-ST. KATHERINE'S HOTEL, opposite the St. Katherioe'? Dock Gates, and near the Royal Mint.? THOMAS LKN^ FY, late Chief Steward of the British (^ueen Steamship, res|Kvti u!lv informs his friends in the United States that he has the lifenftgisifcNit of Lil" above new anil elegant establishnuyit, which It MlHlM furnished regardless of ex|iense. and is (11 every respect adapted for the reception of families and gentlemen visiting I'i'Siland, as the liolel Ironts that part of the uock in which the liners and most of the other American vessels lay, and is w in live minutes walk of the Bank and Royal TI,? i....... win i? -?...i..-....i .... I:I 1 i Domical principle Tin* coffee room is supplied with the London, American, Indian and coloniau papers, The viands, wines, Sic,, aie ol the tirat quality. A good billiard room and warm baths will I* found in the house. (ieutlemaii may contract by the week or inouth for board, lie., on the same terms as in America. T. LENNEY begs to assure those who may honor him with their patronage that nothing shall be wauling to render them compilable, and by attention to the wishes of his guests, hopes to merit that confidence and good will so liberally bestowed ou him when steward of the British <iueeu. s2!l eod I mr FOR BUFFALO AND ALL PARTS OK THE WEST ASSOCIATION PAnsAUf. UfFICE TO ALDAN V. Utica $2 00 Rochester, $3 UO Syracuse, 2 23 Buffalo, 3 30 Oswego, 2 25 Up. and Lower Canadaii M Ly the fast line to Buffalo and found, $11 00. For passably to ^y, lo14 3m m 93 Barclay street. New York. NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To sail from New York ou the 23th and .Liverpool ou the 13th of each month m. Ml M t* rom Nt:w Von*. Ship GARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 2.1th Octol**r. Ship ROSC1US, Captain John Collins, 23th November. Ship SIDDONS, Captain A. U. Cobb, 23th December. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Dejieyster, 23th January. From Liverpool. Ship SIDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 13th October. Ship SHKRIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyster, 13th NVnember. Sliip GAURICK, ('apt. Win. Skiddy, 13th December. Ship ROSC1 US, Captain John Collins, 13th January. T nese ships are all of the first class, upwards of 1 not tons, built iu the city of New York, with such improvements as combine great s]>eed with unusual comfort for passengers. Every care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $73. These shijis are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage apply to E. K. COLLINS st CO., 36 South St., New York, or to BROWN, SHIPLEY it CO., Liverpool. Letters by the packets will be charged I2>? cuuts per singl sheet ; 58 cents per ounce, and newspai>crs 1 cent each. o23 jr ASSAOE FROM GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND ^ M. M M. M' THE BLACK BALL OR OLD LINE Ob LIVERPOOL PACKETS. [Sailing from Liver|>ool ou the 7th and 19th of ever)- month.] Persons wishing to send to the Old Country for their friends ean make the necessary arrangements with the subscribers, and have them come out in tin s superior Line of Packets, Sailing Irom Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. They will also have a first rate class of American trading ships, sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communication from that txirt. Oue of the firm (Mr. Jatnes I). Roche) is there, to see that they shall be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the parties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduction. The Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following maguificent Ships, viz :? The OXFORD, 'The NEW YORK, r.AMnwinnv cm ttmuits EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMERICA. With tuch superior and uneqnalled arrangements, the tubscrilmrs confidently look forward for a continuance of that tupport which has been extended to tliem so many years, for which they are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relative*, can at all time* obtain Drafts at tight for any amount, drawn direct on the Koyal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, also on Measr.. PRESCOTT, OilOTE, AMF.8 Si CO. Bankers, London, which will be paid on demand at any of the llank*. or their Brandies, in all the priucipal towns throughout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Apply, or address, (if hv letter, post paid.) ROCHE, B llO T H F. RS & C O. 3J pulton street New Vork, nett door to the Fulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packets tail from this port for Liverpool on the 1st and 19th of each month. Partiw returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and ?dvantage to select this favorite Line for their conveyance, in preference to any other. <127 r THE NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. ife- lisN" ""WWC- Br*New ship QUEEN OK THE WEST, }!|jl u P.t.T,!*T' 12J0ton?. Philip P. Woodhoute. May Ship ROCHESTER, a* tons. < ||j!j v.c,'"^rr:. John Britton } SSl Ship HOTTINOUER. 105fl ton., i1 wlr.*?'1'"' Ira Bandy, < |?th jlly h" Those substantial, fast sailini, first class shii?. all bnilt in the cily of New V'ork, are commanded by inrn of egperience uid ability, and will be dispatched pnnctually on tile lfith of ach month. _ Thmr cabins are elegant and (nmmodiom. and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passengers. Neither the captains or owners of theae ahipi will be responlible for any parcels or packages sent by tlieni, uuleaa regular bill* lading are signed therefor. K"r freight or passage apply to \V00DHULL. & MINTURN8, 87 South street, New York, or to FIELDEN, BROTHERS 8c CO., an 9 Liwpool MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS. ?& ^ M. d&. '1 tie undermentioned >hi|<s will be regularly distntehed Iroiu hence and flom Marseilles on the lit of each month during the year:? From New Vork. Marteillea. COURIER. ("apt, Dnggan, June I. An*. I TREHCOTT, Cupt. Myrick, July 1. Sept. I HKLLKSPONT, (.'apt. Adams, Aug. I. Oct. I COHIOLANliS, ( apt. Haile, Sept. 1. Nor. I 1 H'RY THOMPSON,( apt.Sylvester, Oct. 1. Dec I They are all cojuierwd and copper fastened, and h??e excellent accommodations lor passengers. The price of cabin passags will b? $100, exclusire of winea and liquors. Oooiis addressed to th? agents, BOYD It IIINCKF.N, will 1 be forwauled free of other charges than those actually paid. Kor freight or passage apply to BOYD ic HINCKEN. Agents, ' No <? Tontine Unililings, or mfflr BROOM it ('0., Ifl'l Kront street 1 FOR NKW. OKI.KANH. LOUISIANNA AND NEW YORK LINE OK TACKKTS M. &L & ML Foi tin' better accommodation of shippers, it Is intend-il tu despatch a ship from this port on the 1st, 5th. loth, IJth, 20th, ami iitli of each month, commencing the Hull Oetolier and continuing Uiittl May, when regular days will be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappointments will be Prevented during the summer mouths The fol lowing ghin* will commence (hi* arrangement: Sliip S A/DO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONKK.I aptain Jackson. Ship M ISSISSIrl'I, Captain Milliard. Ship L<U'ISVILLK, Captain Hunt. Ship SllAKSI'KAUK, i aptain Minir, Ship OASTON. Captain Latham. Sliip HUNTSViLLY., Captain Mumford. Sliip OI/MUMIKK. Captain l.eavitt. Ship NABHyiLLK, Captain Dickinson, Ship MKMI'lllS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulforil. Theseships were all built in the city of New York, express- ! Ijr for paeMa, are of light draft of water, hare recently Img uewly coppered and put in splendid order, with accmnmoda- | tions for |>aas?ii|feri unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced mat ten, who will make every exertion to rive general satisfaction. They will at all timra be towed j up aud down the Misaissippi by (tetmboau. Neither the owners or captains of these ship* will be reipon ible Sir jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or platfd ware or for any letters, parcel or imckage, sent by or put ou board of them, unless regular bills of ladniK are Ukeu tor the same and the value thsram expressed. Fat freight or inuuage, apply to K. K. COLLINS Ik CO.. S# South St., or _ , , HULLIN It WOOIMU KK, Agent in New uSpJ,u,,L ?l,rumWly forward all goods to tlieir address, i I lie ships of this li-ie are warranted to sail punctually as ad- i vertiseil, and great can will be taken to have the goods correct | ly mnuurvit. cotj I i RK I tNIMG. OCTOBER 29, ] LUOINA OOROlAli 01 THK ELIXIR OF LOVE. la older time, ainouv tlx Jews, That inau u rxcunil w ife might choow*? Whoae lir?i, by Kntc't unkindly doom, No children bow to bleu hit home. Afflicted thus, the Roman inn troll Krai'ed to Lucine, the midwilit't patron; Knvptiau wivea, hi ?uch \ crun, Called to their aid the I'riest* of liif ( And even u?w, the meek Hindoo? Warm aa her cliine, and tender, too? II cmidless twelve months from tier bridal Flies weepiug to her sens.'less idol, And with r>iu*d hand*, in acceuta wild, Petitions Bramah f.?r a child; For well she know *. Love shuns to ble** The Hiuduo bed of barrenness. Bo much for lore in days by-gous, And savage customs in our own. But say, evii now, does Love's communitM Bless in OTH laud, a sterile uuion I No. oil timet conjugal felicity, h tlius, e'eu in i hi j city Yet uu?y the birieu, if they try The nutans "increase and multiply," With "Love's Klisir'' lor her Irieud, The childless ?ife'a rtspiniugs end. But not the procre-.nve power Alonk, is uiis l'.lmr's dower. Consumption's ills it will prevent, With vigor clothe the impotent i Suppress a gleet, whate'er its date, And all lifers functions renovate; Eruptions from the skin it chases, And brings l?u.k beauty and the trace:; Tis woman's trust?and ne'er deceive* her. From Fluor Albus it relieve* hur, And each di?.j.c. (with jwoper care, toe,) Her fair and inutile form is heir to. These are bit truths, who calls thom Actio* Shall have stem proof in contradiction, Letters?all forms of attestation? From the swans of every nation; With grateful missives froin all iinarters, Penned by Disease and Uuackery s martyr*. Thousands who lay, with tluttenug breath. Almost withiu the jaws of death; Now in tfeeir nightly prayers rejieat, Thanks to Life's friend, in Nassau street, Ana sometimes uames the very number? "Ninety-two Nassau"?even in their slumber? Or, dreaming of Diseases ordeal, Cry out for the "Luciiia Cordial." Perions oidering thii medicine from the country, by sending a remittance, can have it boxed up and sent to any part of the Uuion. Price $1 |ier bottle, or $24 per dcien. Also for sale at No. North ?th ?t. Philadelphia. olO 1m*m M ^sSA?5HUaE I'Td HAY /~VY8TERS ? U8W Fulton street, opposite St. Paul's.? WNAPOLEON COURT IN takes pleasure in informing those |iersous who have heretofore honored him with their patronage, and those who are willing to coutiuue the same favor, that the Massachusetts llay Oysters have recovered with the cold weather their fresh and delicious flavor so peculiar to them,and which has siven th?m the name nfoysters of C'ancale, that his saloon, recently so elegiutly fitted up, otters the most quiet and comfortable accommodations. There will always lie louud iu it a choice collection of the following wines, viz: Chablis, Sauterne, Grave, Barsac. Hermitage. sparkling and still Mock, Champagne, Chambeftin, Pommard, Volney, Lafitte, Larroie, Leoville, St. Jnunn.Stc., and all sorts of foreign wines and cordials. He keeps constantly ou hand the above win**, in the cask or bos, together Willi Preserves, Sweet Oilaud Fr-sc!".;? ;.iegar. Goods purchased from his establishment are sent i;*t otctiarge to any pait of the city. Oysters will be seut to idence of purchasers, (if required) and opened by one of the lieu uaiils o the establish menu. o2 '.Si'ec JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. ~ REDUCED PRICES 'T'HE subscriber is constantly receiving fresh supplies of the A above justly celebrated pens, which lie offers to the trade at very low rales. In addition to the styles so well known, he has recently introduced the following new patterns, vii Nos. 1, 2 and J Principality Peus, eitra line, line and medium points. No. 8?CaligrnpHc Pen?a prime, article on pictorial cards, views of celebrated places. Nos 9and 10?Washington Pen?vary fine point) and elastic, on superh cards. In evidence of the high estimation in which these Pens ar* held, the following statement is made :? The numlier of Peus manufactured at the work* of JOSEPH UlLLOTT, from Dec. 18M, to lVc. 1812, was ry,fii2 wri The public are cautioned to he on their guard against spurious articles. Kach package of the genuine peus bears a fac si mile of Mr. Gillott's siini.inire. k'nruUKv H KINKY JKfcSOP, Importer, 91 John street. corner of Gold. A Rood ittFPly of Windle ? and Monley fit Co.'i Loudon Tenjr #29 lm>ec No. 4 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET, Up Stairs. ADALESMK. Importer and Agent for Manufacturers, h>u always on hand a targe assortment for dinner nnd tea seta ill plain white anil gilt Freuch Pnrcelaiu, as well as dinner and dessert plate*, of .ill sizes, assorted dishes, soup tureens, cover-id dishes, salad howls, fruit baskets, custards and stands. Also, Tea and Chocolate Ware, Greek, French and American shape. All tn? articles are warmitrd of the best quality, and to be sold on liberal terms,and in lots t" suit purchasers sTTem'ec TO'tHE'"PUBLIC". (2>1 AH TO tMM.?Mr. Francis K Crump, Watch Maker, <5* A 2IB Gmud street, beiri to inform his frieuds and the public, that iude|viifleiit of the Watch l>usiness, he is prepared r? make advances id cash ou gold and sil ver watches,diamonds, silver tea sets, sixioua. forks, and every description of gold or silver iu any shape, intended for immediate sale. Cash to any amount paiil for old gold and silver. Watches of every description repaired and warrant^. 24k Grand street. si I 3in*r TXT'ATCHKS.?The largest and most splendid assortment ol " Watches iu the city, is to be found at the subscriber's.? As he is constantly receiving all descriptions of Gold and Silver Watches, of the newest styles, direct from the manufacturers, in England, France, anu Switzerland, lie is enabled to offer a larger assortment, and at much less prices, at retail, than any other house iu the city. Gold watches as low as to $26 each Watches and jewellery excliauged or bought. All watches warranted to keep good time, or the mouey returned. Watches, clocks and jewellery remired iu the best manner, tad warranted lower than at any other place in the city G. C. ALLEN, importer of watches aud jewellery, oT lm*r Wholesale and retail, 30 Wall street, up stairs. SCALKS AND WEIGHTS of every description manufactured by Brown and Fearnhead, I1J Fulton street, comer of Gold. The subscribers hive received various diplomis for best scales exhibited at the late and former lairs of the American Institute, Banks', brokers', jewellers', apothecaries', aud grocers' scales, manufactured in superior style, aud of the finest finish, platform scales, patent balances, tinware Sic.: scales repaired and adjusted; weights graduated to any standiril. oM Im'm ((COLAK LA MPS." "GREKNAUGH'8 LAM P*" and J "HORN'S GLASS FOUNTAIN LAMPS." A large and complete assnrlmentot the above I.mum is kept constantly oil hand an ! firJ.'le at low andreducedpric< . Iiy totsubscriber. Persons wishing Lt-nps or to ecouomise in lmht, arc invited to call and taininr he'oie purchasing, ( hemical OKI and Burning Klnid i.I'lli-- best iju ility kept coiutautlv lor tale and rielivird in any part of the city. J. C. HOOKER, o27 lin'cc 468 Broadway. Artificial flowers and rkuciiks, wholesale and retail, cheap** than any home in the trade, at T. i'RI CE'8 Manufactory, 211>? Grand street, second block east of the BoweJy, south sine. _ Pollers and country milliuers would do well to call ami save thirty cents on the d liar. I Jold and silver head dre-ses for halls and partie< oI7 lm* r |J KMOV AL.?India Rubber Shoe* and Over Hhoe*.?.1 usi re ceived fiom our factory, for fall trade, a larpe assortment of India Rubber Shoes, consisting of plain and figured lined and furied rubbers; gents elastic n 1 I? r overshoes; ladies' elastic upper sandals, leather and rubber soles; ladies' fur and ribbon hound Grecians and liuskins; ladies' elastic quilted silk overshoes, new style; goloe shoes, and virions styles of misses' and children's sho#"s, which we offer at the reduced prices. 2(1,000 pairs ladies' and men's rublier shoes, floured and plain, by the case or trimmed and claaued by the doxeu MOO pairs ladies' lined and fur bound rubbers, Merchants .ire requested U) eiauuue the stock at our new store. No 2J Maiden Lane. HOR/VCfc H. DAY, 9a-l-cstor to Koibur/ I. R. Co. iM *n?r M Maiden Lana DM. IIRNR1QUE9, il William street, respectfully an nouuees to his frieuds and the public that he has eon steatly on hand the following choice brands of Began, war ranted genuine and of the first quality La Norma. La Cabana. Rionda. Y ugenuidad. Noriegas (of a most superior quality.) La upsruia. Do. "London Segar," small sit*. ranetelaa, of A most superior quality. Primarera. De Moya. Es partem*. Regalias (of the Norma brand.) King Kegalia. t^ueen uo. Cabal leros Prinoiiies (of the favorite brands of Jurto Sans, Itendous and Crux.) Smokers would do well ro call belon* purchasing elsewhere, ai'ilie tastes of the most fastidious can always he suited it this tetah'iahment. oil Iwr* dui'ib, ouuina.mi nni >r.:i, cneap, cneap?*^P^*Ter tliau erer yet off. ml m this city. A very lirge ? loitment of gents'single and double soled water proof knoll, nvncli and native ctlf, city made anil warranted. tor the low price of Sj to $'i |er pair, ami a never failing supply of thick boon and Show for men and lioyi and children; ladies', miiii<' tml children's Gaiwr Boots, Buskins, Slippers ami Ties, of ill the different kinds and most ftshionahle styles. There it Moc catins aud all tlie different kinds and fishionahie slyles'ol Indii K n liber over Rmm, Aw mllnMi Iim, muses and chilarefl in great abundance, ami cheap, which the subscriber would lolirit tie ir friends and the public to call and enniine their tock, as it is 01 the best materials, and print; pally City made at their large establishment, 2JJ (?reeuwirh street, corner of .Murray st. OT lm*ec WRIGHT, ( AI.HOIN it CO. ivj boots and shoks.-wil,son &~john SON, Successors to John Hutching!, deceased liaveon hand and for sale, from the b?st manufactories in the eoontry? inn Cases Coarse Served and Pegged Boot!, men and boy*. 100 " Kine " " " I0i)0 ['air Morocco Buakini. 1040 " Ladies' Fine slippers. 300)1 " Children's Shoes, various colors. '00 " Women* and uiusca Oaiters. 1000 " India Kubbers, trimmed and plain. tor sale in Iota to suit purchasers, it their store. 120 CHATHAM 8THKET, opposite Rosevelt. N. B.?The store beinj ojien until 10 o'clock in ths evening, lives counfy merchant* ait opportunity to esamiue goods at their leisnre, sM Tin m m iLADIEW AND Ml8S?s' MlUhd. ngMffTT CIIKAI'ER THAN EVER. ^^TvvT\ I<K ER'8 OLI) HTAiNI), <IW BrodJway, where a* may lie fuund a complete assoriment of all the di'Cenint kinds, colors, sorts and, for ladies, misses and children. Gaiters, Boots, Buskins, Slippers, and walmug shoes Also India Kubbers and Mocc vuns.snd water proof ovsr shoes of the latest style and fashion; ladies', misses and children's Outers ol til kinds ami colors, in the greatest style and rarely, ol all and suited to all tastes; gentlemen's, hoys' a .d children's hoots and shoes, of Krench and na'ive calf, c arse old flue, in ill their variety, ready made or inade to order, at the shortest notice. If Jutleineu's overshoes, and an innumerable assortment if other goods, at w ALKftR 8, <19 Broadway, N. B.?Hmdiol hmilin, by patronizing this Mtibliihimot, will OihI * Hiving of U to 30 i*r <<mt. <>2 lin'ec ? - BOOT AND SHOE STOJUt. JOHN IlKADY rMiirctfnlly inl'orini hit friradi uiJ tlif mihlir, tli.-\t h? liiu commwicisl buanmi in th? nhor* line, at So. W Nmik tlrn-t. where he will thankfully receive ud (auhfullv i-iecute, all orilen he mar b? favored with oa th? moat r?a?on*ol? U"ruu for cub, jyttr IERA 1843. ! Trenton. Ll'Orntpnuileuc* of the Uvrilil.l Tretton, Oct. 27,18-W Election of Qovernor? Ejfarti oj the Gallant Captain, fyc. 4x. Dkar Sir To-day the joint meeting was held. At eleven o'clock council proceeded to (lie chamber of the House of Aasembly, and joint meeting proceeded to make appointments. The following is the Siate | of the vote for governor:? i Danikl Haines, of Sussex, 1*5 votes i William Penninoton, of Ewsex, 28 votes. So Mr. Haines is appointed Governor of the State of New Jersey for the ensuing year. He is about forty years of age, of a verf quiet turn, amiable in his disposition, pleasing in his manners,tind although not possessed of more than ordinnry firmness, will, I doubt not, make an excellent Chief Magistrate He is of the JefVersonian school in politics, and report sp.y3 his attachments lean towards Mr. Van Buren tor the next Presidency. He brings to the than- , cellor's chair considerable legnl talent, and a malured judgment. The cars to night will be crowded, and since no more " pap " remains to be dif-tributed , to me faithful, the monotony of this place will be aoon restored. The "Gallant Captain " eame fro.n Philadelphia , night before last, to set matters right, but h>- is gone , away again very quietly, without endangering the ( future success ol ine "powers tliat be." The Cap- , tain is a shrewd politician, and has done much to- , wards routing out the " Pennington clique." His ] heart and purse are always opt-n to the demands ol , the unfortunate, and his public spirit is unsurpassed in the State. May his shadow never be less. , Tnis aftornoon both Houses adjourned over to i Monday next at 3 o'clock, when I will endeavor to , continue my sketches. Yours truly, I Amicus. j Albany. I (Correspondence ot the HeraM.) Albany, Oc . '26, 1843 Irish Repealer t?Their impertinent' and importunity \ ? The Whig party without a leader?Nattily of Weed's return?Michael Hoffman, the next Spea- , ker?Franklin and Jones contrasted?A tartar < caught in the 3rd St nate District, <$'C- fycJ. G. Bennett, Esq.:? My Dbar Sir I The Irish Repealers are driving a successful business here at present. They extort heavy sums ol 1 money from politicians ot all classes. The near ( nt ss of the election is thus taken advantage ot; for i a member of any standing in either par:y, who declines contributing to the repeal fund, is met with Irowns and threatening indicative of retalia- | tion at the polls Public meeting* are held two or I three times a week for the purpose of making col 1 lections; and if sunn, equal to expectation, are not realized there, then ward and district wardens are directed to go into the houses and oflices of our citizens, and into the public streets, to solicit money lor O'Connell and the repealers ot the Emerald Isle. I They are very active at present, and will continue so, until alter the election. It seems to me perfect- ' ly ridiculous to send money to Ireland, in order that i a separation ot the Union may be etlected It ne 1 ver can be done with money. Every dollar in Ame- ' rica would be but a drop in the ocean, it the Irish should commit a Stale crime,disturbing therinsleis ot Victoria. In my humble opinion, this lush sympathy is entirely misdirected The Whig party here ts without ahead or lender in whom they can confide. They are hoping and praying for the return ol Thnrlow by the next arrival lrom Europe. The present proprietors ol the Evening Journal are extremely desirous for his return to the chair editorial. The vanity and imbecility ot King and the constant blunders of 1 accident-maker Hill, has rendered the Jour- 1 nal any thing but what it wan under i the eye and (>en of Weed. The pre- < sent proprietors ot that establishment have in- , volved thtmselves and their friends very heavily in i its purchase, wi'h the expectation that Mr. Weed would re-assume his editorial station. But as iie is either to be associated with the New York Tribune, or remove to Washington and establish a new paper, I question very much whether the Journal ( will retain that character, ability, and confidence in me whir ntriy wnicu 11 nas nerioiore susiuineu. > The whigs her* are boasting of a majority in the next House of Assembly, and some are even so sanguine, that they have ottered pretty heavy bets. < Rather venturesome, 1 should think. They count , upon the New York delegation as being sure; and I should not be much disappointed if the locos no- t minate such internal small potatoes as they have t sent up the twi?or three last sessions. Between Franklin and Jones, the Senatorial candidates, the ' electors have an easy choice; and I apprehend that the termer will have an overwhelinning majority Mr. F. is universally respected, and in truth, the >i only one of any talent wh* represents the lit dis- " triet. t The Conservatives here are thunderstruck with the nomination of Michael Hoffman, as a candi- ' date for Assembly from Old Herkimer. This vete ran, uncompromising democrat, is a terror to the i political scouudrels who now rule the State His , oold and independent enur e in 1842, trampled be neath his feet the whole kennel ol political conser vativap, simulating puppies?aye, even brough' ] Gov Seward upon his marrow bones. BoucX, i Marcy, Croswtll, G. It. Davis, Foster, Cormnif, .1 1 0. Wright, Sea <fcc., may well tremble when lloff J man enters the portals of the capital. His absence I la.-t year gave litem a haughty, dictatorial mien; > and daring the whole session, from the sp ^ pointment of the everlasting CroswelJ, Slate t printer, until ill* close of the session, the aro- < <ance and dictation of this class?supported by J Houck, was really intolerable. Although there t were men in the last legislature of ability and nerv? " 'uflicient for a'rmst any emergency, still it w?s ven < rare that th<-y could succeed against ihnt powertii' irio, D 3. D cktnson Foster, aud D-ivis, me "Pitc rin?er." Hoffman's election is beyond question, al- ' though certain gentlemen in thin city hnve attempt ed to get up a counter ticket in Iletktnier He wil I undoubtedly be the democratic candidate forSpeaK ' er, and it is whispered in the "areen room" tliat th- ( conservatives are airendy in.iking overtures to th' ' whigsfor deteatina him, by promising a certain por tioti of the p^tty offices about the Home. The Heir ction ot the candidate tor Senator in this, the Third District, lias resulted most disastrous to< the cousetv-it.ves. Dr. Beekman, of Kinderliook was really entitled to the nomination, hut from th' known liberality of his views as a thorough demo cruf, and from his repeated reiterations that th' olicy of Hodman, sustained hy Young, Fiaff? and Birker, was the only course to he pursued?he wax. therefore, opposed hv the "Vly Summit" facrioi ' here, through K. W Peck ha , he Surrogate i h > is to be. Then they turned the wheel,ind our <?*? Stephen C J. hnsori, ol Delaware Amis* P.irkei 1 vouched that he wua right, aiid on the ticket ! i> went. A *vee:i since a coniinu iica'ton ha* received trom Mr Johnson d* eating him en a Holl t m niie t? the back bont-! A. real rtub errsne.iii |.c 'oco?a regular, indomitable barn-bur * i*! t>h, ' now ihe conservatives quail ?not .1 Word in tr> Argus, endorsing Mr J since the first satiounc inent < f his nomination. They have actuall) * ' caught a Tartar," and Dr. Beeiiman rejoices ngtn merrily. I Tnere are stronger manifestations every day tha ( a dissolution ol the party. i,s now constituted, mus tpecdilyoccur. A?risis is fast approaching which tew t 1 1... ..... ,ml. ,f .. . ? ? r 1 S' ' ??? ? I. "II f rlit is the important question ot constitutt >nal reform?-that in, whether a convention ol the people n shall be called by the ensuing legislature, lor the |j purpose ol modifying the constitution. Hodman, 0 Young, Hrynnt, and their Iriends are in lavor ? > Bonck, Foster, Uroswell, Acc are opposed to it 11 I he whigs say nothing. The Argus fired the firm t, opposition gun this morning. It stated that n lew i days since a circular Irom the Kxecutive Reform Committee, was published in that pap<>r, and now the editor informs his readers that the proposition ii does not meet his views. So theconsetvatives have officially announced their determination to oppose " it Hi the legislature. Gov. Bouck does not mean t< o he curtailed in his power, and Mr. Cros well does not intend to lo-e hts dictation in the appointment ol ol ' ficers. Yours with tesp<rct, W. L. H. i Thk D.x; iVkkkp ? The person who 1 robbed Mr. Taylor's store at W-at Bloomfie'd, oi a box of money and valuihles. inc'uling $20) in specie hnd bibs, proves 10 bv William tigg*, wh? had been in Mr. T's service, and who was di? charged Irom the county prison lor p?tit larceny, ? on the morning or the very dav, or night, in whict ^ he st?l>' the b.ix! It appears that he went i< i? Bioomfifltl immedia'ely on being released, stole th? th box. return d and buried it near the prisor, am. JJ confided his secret to a prisoner, who revealed it to th* keeper; aud hence his arrest aad the recovery I ol the property.?Newark Advtrtwr, Oct 27M. ??? LD. I'rltt Two Ccull ItOIWlflll, [Corrripomiiwce of (he Humid.] London, Sepi. 29, 1H|3. Movement! of the Engli$h Corn I aw Ltag**? jfu Engliih Mimtfry?The lutnd Owner* and the V!er?y?Tfie Cumula Corn Ijixo Biil?Hmc U toil affect the United Statet. URAR UlR:? You will receive "in the Times of to-day the re port of the Anti-Corn Law League, from which it ippeara that they have extruded during the laat year upwards of $^'210,(>00 aud propose to apend upward-?of #500,000 during the m-xt year in the publication ol tracts and in delivering lecturea and uihfr^ objects ot tin* League. You will alao find Mr Ooliden's speed, and the address of the Council that th^v have enlarged their platform ao aa to take into their aiurciation the partisans ot free trade, and all unti-ruonopoliLiu, which will give greatly increased strength to the movement. It is now understood that the Landlords and Clergy have iidrnoniblied Sir Robert Peel that after hia ("aimt.'ii Corn Mill he niuat move n? further in that direction, and thai a powerful and influential party of the wings arc favoring the movenien's ot the League, who are prepared to unite in support of any political lender having the power to carry the measure* of lire irade. Thun Mr Cobden boldly deelares that the first step is to enlighten tae public mind an to the neces?ity for free trade, and the next is to petition the L^ueen to dissolve the present Parliament. It is un.1 rstood that the Queen favors a change ot Minisers, hii'I that ahe only wait* to be t<<ld by Lord Melbourne that he can safely do bo to order a new flection. In the mean time all parties here are looking with Jeep anxiety to the United States. The tones entertain strong hopes that the advantageous teimsat which the produce of the northwestern States can je imported throu?li Canada will satisfy the pubic mind there hs well ?h here. While the free trade 1.1 nu rli'Hire m strike oil', mm lams practicable. all the restrictions which now embarrass the trade bei ween the two countries, they aek wliy should an Englishman |wy more lor u but.hel of ? heat that is produced in the United States, than if it were produced in Canada ! And nuuy aek why should an Englishman pay to Canada three shilling* per quarter tor the privilege ot bringing it through Canada when he cau k*uy it cheaper without going into Canada at all And again they ark why should an Englishman who wishes to crmd American wheat leave his mill here idle and build a new mill in Canada to grind wheat to he consumed here in England 1 Ths answer to nil this is, that the ministers found it necessary to do wmething to conci.iate Canada?and is the Tory parly i* composed of monopolists?mo nopolisM in corn, in suirar, and in religion, (hey louud it necessary to tnke in new partners and ilierefore they bid for ihe Canada interest. In the mean time the publication of extracts from eiters, said to have been written by Mr Upshur and VIr. Calhoun, has caused considerable excitement, itid discussion in the London journals BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STA TEH. [N I'uriuince of Law, I, JOHN TYLER, President of the I Uiiin-ii Scatn of America, do hereby declare and make luiowi. that |>ublic laleg will be held at the undermentioned Land Offi'-ea, in the State of I Union, at the |>eriodt hereinafter leniKii ted, to wit:? At il.a i ..,,1 I III,,.,. llnnn. -rnuneneina on Mondav. the thirtieth day of October n?*t, lor the disposal of the public lauds wtill<it the undermentioned towi,ships and psrts oftownili'ps, to wit:? North of the base line, and K.ast of the third principal meridian. Townshir* thirty-si*, thirty-si; veil, thirty-right, thirty-nine, forty, forty-lour, and lorty-su, of ran ire one. Townsln.s thirty six, tnirty-seveu, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, ami forty-one, of range two. Townships ihirtv-srva.i, thi. ty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, and forty-one of range tluee. 'I'll* south-east quarter of section fourteen, and t'-e sonlhv. est quarters of sections twenty-lour, in township thirty-three of range one. The ? >uth west qnarter of sectioa two. in township thirtythree, of range three. iheeis Iwlf of the north east qurter of section twenty-one, uid the nut In f ol the northwest quarter of sectiou twentytwo. in township thirty-sii, of range three. The west half ol the nortn-east quarter of section twenty-one ii townshiii thirty-one, north of the base line, of range our, west )f tne third principal m< ridian Tht east fraction ol the northwest fi actional quarter of seeion twn'y-one (on the eait side of lUirk river,) in township Forly-three ol ranee oue, eait. North of the base liue, and Kast of the fourth principal meridian. Township eighteen, of ratine two. Towushipa eighteen, tweuty-four, and twenty-five, of range thr Townships eighteen, nineteen, twenty-four, twenty-five, and twenty-six, of range four. Township* eighteen, nineteen. twentr-four. twenty-five. and .wenty-six, u fringe live. Townships twenty-two, of range six." Townships I wenty-three, of range seven. Tin- northeast quarter of section tlurty, in township righteen if range one. The northeast quarter of section thirteen, in township nineeen, of range one. 'I'll- northeast fractional quarter of section thirty-fonr, in owuship i weuty-one, of range two. The east half of the northeast quarter cf section eighteen, in ownship tweuty-th ee, o range lour. The east half of the southeast quarter of section seventeen, n township twenty-one, of range set mi. The west half of the uorthweat fractional quarter ol section ire, in township twenty-one, of range nine. The southwest quarter of section three, and the southeast inner of section thirteen, iu township twenty-two, range line. The west half of the northeast quarter of section thirteen, in ownship twenty-ihr-e, of range nine. The w?st h ill of ill southwest quaiter of section twenty, in ownship fifteen, ami the east halt of the soulhwe?t quarter of ectiou twelve, in township twenty-eight, of range ten. The northeast quarter of section three; west halves of secions six and seven; south half of section eleven; north half ind southwest quarter of s-ctinn fourteen; east half of section rtfte n; east hill section seventeen; west halves of sections ighteea and ninetei'n; north halves of sections twenty-one and vsenty-two; south halves ind northwrst quarters of section! thirty and thirty-one; south h-slf anil northeast quarter of section thirty-two; south half and uortliwest quart-r of sectiun ihirty-three; Hull the southwest quarter of section thirty-fonr n township thirteen. The north halsea of sections one to six, nclusive; southwest quarter of section tu; west halve* of ections seven, eighteen, nilieteen thirty, and thirty-one, and he northwest qutrter of section twenty-three, tu township ourtei-n of range four. Sections three, ten,-fourteen, fifeeeti, and twenty-five; north lalves of sections one, two, four, live, si*, seven; twenty-one, weaty-two, and twenty-four; south halves of sections eight nd twenty-three; west hlives of sections eighteen; nineteen, hirly and ihirty-oue; southwest quarters of sections six. seven ,ud twenty-four; southeast quarters of sections lour, aua tweuy, and twenty-lwo; no-itnwest quarters of section eleven, and inrlheast quarter o( section ihirty-uuee, iu towuship fourteeu, f range si*. North I the base line, and West of the fourth principal meridian. Township lift'en; the ea?t partofiui island in Rock river, in ectiou th>r ecu; also fractional sections eighteen aud ulueteeu, u township seventeen, of rang* two. Fractional sectious nineteen and twenty-one; west half of Vactional secti" i>-two: north hilf ol section twentyive; east lulf of northeast quarter cf tecuon twenty-six; south lalves of sections i went.-seven *nd tw-iity-eight, and uor.h?est quartern' sect on twenty-eight; north half .ecticn thirty; iorthea>t quarter, southwest quarter, north half of northwest luirt-r and west lulf if southea t quarter of section thirty me; sec ion hirty -two, except the west half of the uorthwest |u titer; sec ions twe..ty-niue, thi'ty-lhree, and thirty-four, and the west hn'f of the northwest quitter of section thirty-five, in town hip seventeen ol range thr?e. Fractional sections twi- ty-ouelo thirty two, in-lusivs, and section tnirty-three, m township seventeen of iange four. Part of an island in 'lie .Mississippi river, in section three, in township lifte.ii; fractional section* one. two, eleven, f urteen, twenty-two, twenty- luee, twenty-seven, and th ty-four tu ownahip si* ee.i; anil the fractional sec 11 oil thirty-six, Iu the fractional townslni) seventeen of ranite s x. Ai the Lnritl Urtict it t'hiC4<o, commfiicinr oil Monday, th* : we??ty-llfth d?y <>f September nest, for rhe disposal of the pu<i* i o I in 'J * hereinaft-r desuuated, to wu:? Nor ill ?i 11?#- Ihif h e. and Kiut of rhird principal meridian. Krxitional 'o*u?hips (hirt) w and thirty-iwo, bordering on hf Jndima Sta.e n.r, ol r n. e fifteen. Tlw i^ii fraction <1 th^ lout v??t quarter of sectiou sis, in owuship thnt lour ol' rum*1 foui The e tat half <11 d nor liAr?t (]u.irt*r of the north# ( quarter I ectiou th ee, *ud ih n r h li !l'of the nor h*e?t ?iu,rt?' of e Mtn??e tion, in - Wusli'p (li rt -nine, f r.uige eight. Theejsf half th*- s ut en juaner ol teciiou tiueeu in 'v%u?hip fort v-three, ??f ra geeleveu IV northwest quarter of ? ciio.i inelve, in township forty, ? ranf th rt*eu v t th** La <J oAk* ai D oiville, coinm ncinff ?? Mondav, the rcoud dty f October nett, for the disposal ol'the puolic lands * thin the limit* i 1 Irac lOnal towuliiia tee.ity-etgh', tweutyHue, and thirtv, n? rth ol the base line, ol ra igr tea, wc.i of In* ?econd principal meridian. At ill- Land Office at haskaskia, commencing oil Monday, h? ?,x eeuhday ofOctoner next, lor the dii|?o*aio' the public and* v* i<hiti ilimit* of tne touthea?t qu irter of section lnrty-thrve; a* d ti?e ?ou(h*est fractional quarter of the san e ectmn, on i?l nid ?v%ei?t>*-1 ur in the *iis*is>ippi river, in town hip thirteen, south, ol range three, west. At the Laud Office *t h.u * ardsv ilU , comm*nciug on Monday he ninth diy of October n-it, for the disposal of the public luds within the liui ti of fractional sections thirty-one and flirty-two, in tflwnshhi sit north, o( range ten we t. aud frsclo.itl vctiou twenty-five, in township sis moth, of ruueelen jye,r, constituting islauds number sixty and iiitv-oue, in lie Missitsippi river. At the Laud Office at (^unicy, coratn*ucinf on Monday, the wenty-third day of October neat, for the disposal of the pubic lands within the limits of the unde mentioned tracts, via:? lorth of the base line, and hait of the fourth pnuci??al u?eridian. . The north hall ami southeast quarter of section twenty-tnrae, i township four of rtnge three. . ,. The northwest quarter of section twenty-two, in township Pven of range seven. - , , ... Lands appropriat d bv law. for the nse of schools, military, r other pui poses, wil' l?e escluded Irom sale ... , The sites will each be kept open 'or two wteki, (unless the inds are sooner ?1a?| o?ed of) and "V! lol'*tfr* *ud UJ> Pri% i ie? of land. hi the fownshipa so oft? n*d, will be admitted iiutil Iter the e?pnati u of the two weeks. . i.iieu under n? hod ni the City of W aahnig t m, thi* eighth |?y of .June, vnuo Uowiitii 1843. JOitN TV L^H. 13 y tne rresiut^t : CHO l> DLAKK, Commissioner of the i*e ?eral Land Office. NOTI' K TO "lir-r. >11 HON CLAiMANTS Erery pea-ii e title I to the iglil o| pr*-emptiou to any landa ri'h ii tin* limit* of the t iwiuhip* abo*H numerated, i? r?uirr'l to e?t.tbli*h the name to the MtHl'action of the Heuuter Ml IWrtV'r ol the pion?i Unit office, ami mane piyment themr ?? iM M imctiMiin, after mviiik thia n >tice, ??J belore e Jay appointed for tin rnutmaiicrmmt of the public tale of c township, embracing ihe tract clMmrU, ?bo?e designated; herwise *uch claim will be forfeited. THO H BLAKE. Commissioner of the Oeaeral Land Office, jeil Itaw to JOOct i

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