Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 4, 1843, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 4, 1843 Page 1
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TH Vol. IX., No. #83?-Whole No. 3514. jMjv 8k <Tl^STABLT?HEn EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. PiusaRe from Dublin, C'orU, Watrrford^ondonderry.BalfaU, Warirui oil I, Uuudilk and Drntfht-da, vi? Liverpool, cmi ba aerured at all tia*? by the rreular packets lailiuK weekly. { he ubicriber bet:? leave to inform bi> friends and tbe public generally, that during the en< uinu spring he will have a rmuUr succession uf superior American shirs in addition to the regular packff, which will he litted up in the most comfortable manner anJ despatch'd from LITt-riKjol every four or five days. Those sending for thVir friends will easily see the advantage of engaging by this line, as there can be no delay whatever, and they may re?t assured that every attention will he shown thein as well as all who mav eniWk with them. For further partitulars, apply (if by letter, |>ost paid) to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 9outh, near Wall street. B ?Drafts for any amount can be furnished.Payable at ihe National and Provincial Bank* of Ireland and Branches, atsd in al' tl e principal towns throughout the United Kingdom and forwarded by the regular packets sailing weekly, and also by the royal sieimers.via Boston on the 1st and 16.h of each month. Apply at above. utr ~kA.TEH.SON RAILROAD ft'". jjKtJ QS39R1 Q3S3w) ^ 1 i I ^SSMSps( rom Paterson to Jersey City. On and after Monday, Oct. 2d, 1843, the cars will leave Paterson pgr*T. Leave Nkw York. 8 A. M. 9 A. M. J'M ia>i P.M. 3 P. M. C ? * ON SUNDAYS. Lkavk Pitkrsoh Depot. Lkavk Nkw York. 8 A. \1. 9* A. M. _ 3 P. M, 4 P. M. I rausportation can leave daily (Sunday* excepted.) Passengers are advised to be at the Kerry, foot of Courtlandt street, a f> w minutes b> lore the stated hour< of departure. jy!9 6m* KUD BIRD LINE OK STAG Ed, IN CONNECTION WITH ?? ! . - U1K. INI-.W HII1K ASU I ? RAII-ROAUCONIPANY. ^9^EE_ i1 all a KhaNOEM fcNTS ! TWO DAILY LINKS! Ou and after Wednesday, llth 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 , and the Railroad Depot, City Hall. and the Westchester House, comer of Broome street and the Bower) , N?w York, every moruiug at 8 o'clock, and every afternoon lr, the 2 o'clock train. \ueuts are iu constant attendance at the Railroad Depots, ol whom e\ery information may be obttined, and who will also tteud to the baggage put tinder their charge. HIRAM DEFOREST, Proprietor. White Plains, Oct. 4th. 1843. oil lm*ec />>Mteaa FOR HAVANA, Direct.?The elegant XytSrAJC# well known Spanish steamer NATCHEZ, /V%^!Ci^John Kmn>'.is Villair, Commander, will sail uu Tuesday, November 7th, direct This superb steamer his been newly coppered, fitted up with new botb r*. and her cabins have undergone a thorough renovation. rendering her in every ras|iect a very desirable conveyance. Tlie N.-itchez will arrive in Havana about in time to meet the New Orleans steamer Alabama, affording a very pleasant trip to thoie whose business will admit of their taking such a circuitous route to 'he latter portC?ptain John 11. Stanhoiie, well-known to the travelling eommuuitv, accompanies the N'.itche/on her voyage Kor particulars of passage, 8tc , apply to Captain J. R Stanhope, at the Astor House, orto Yv. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, o29 ec 43 Peek Slip, corner South street. TRAVELLERS UOINO SOUTH OR /GdrtSO WEST?Sixteen hours in advance of the 8. Mail?Tri-Weekly Line to Savannah, U) in connexion with the Central Railroad to ?Macou ana the West The spleudiil steam pickets GENERAL CLINCH, Capt. J. I'. Broolu, aud CHARLESTON, Capt. K. Barden, will leave Charleston eve ry Tnesday, Thursday and Saturday moniinK, at 9 e'clock, after the arrival of the Wiliniugtou boats from the north, arriving at Savannah the sime day, and will leave Savannah 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 be the cheapest and most expeditious route to the south and west. The above boats are fitted up in a superior style, aud uo expense or pains will be sj>ared to ensure certainty, coin ?>rt, and expedition to the travelling public. J Of IN B. LAK1TTE. Agent, Kituimmons' Wharf, Charleston. Charleston, September, 1843. sl7 2m*r ' N-EW A RRANGEMENT. FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. regular mail line?for pro?CLPW-?3?VIDENCE AND BOSTON, via. STON ISC^aaC-lNOTGN AND NEWPORT?Composed of the following superior steamers, ruuuinx in connection with the Stoniugton and Boston ajid Providence Railroads MASSACHUSETTS, Capt. Cometocb. RHODE island, Capt Thayer. PROVIDENCE. NARRAUAN8ETT. MOH EUAN. One of which will !(?ve New York d.\ily?(Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, Bait ry Place, N. Kiver, at 4 P. M. ARR AN (1EM EN T S. The RHODE ISLAND, Captain Tliayer, on Monday, and Wednesday for Stonington aud Newport, and Friday for Stoniugt'tu. The MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock, on Tuesday and Thursday for Stonington, and Saturday for Stonington, Newport and Providence. nuaenij<-xs, on itwr arrival ol the steamers at stonington, will be immediately forwarded 111 the splendid and commodious Cart of the railroad * t Providence and Boston, and if for Newport will ptoceed in the steamer Mohegan (in superior order) from thejice at 6 o'clock the following morning, thin giviug them an, opportunity of a night's rest on board the steamer Massachusetts or Rhode Island, aiid then breakfast on board the Mohegan. Tlie above steamers hare been thoroughly equipped and prepared to promote celerity of travel and tne comfort and security of passengers, and not snrpaesed by any in the United States. t or passage or freight, which is taken at very reduced rates, apply on board-at north side of pier No. 1, 22 Broadway, or office of Samuel Deveau, freight agent, on the wharf. Tickets for the route ana steamers' berths can be secured o? board, or at the office of HARNDEN St CO.. No. S Wall street JO" NOTICE?CHANGE OK HOUR?On and after Monday, Oct. 9th, the steamers of the New Jersey Steam Navigation Company, formiug the line to Providence and Boston via Stouington, will leave pier No. 1, Battery Place, at < P M. if/"Uu <uid alter the 10th isist, freight will not be reeoivtd gnif forwarded after half-past 4 P. M. m9 6m* m SEVEN O'CLOCK MORNINO LINE ALBANY, TROY, and intermediate Ti W I 111 il11 ri I'n in the steamboat pier, at the foot of Barclay street. Breaklut and Dinner on board. Leaves New York?The Empire on Monday, Wednesday and Kiiday. The Troy on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Lauding at?Caldwell's, West Point, Newburgh, Hampton, Poughkeepsic. Hyde Park, Hi.inebeck, U. Red Hook, Bristol, Craskill, Hudson, Ooxsackie ami Kinderhook. The new low pressure steamer TROY. Captain A. Gorham, at 7 o'clock this morning. The new low pressure steamer KMPIRE, Captain 8. R Roe, Friday, at 7 o'clock in the morning. Kor passage, apply to K. B. Hall, at the office, foot of Barclay stiff, or on hoard. Notice.?All Uoods, Freight, Baggage, Bank Bills, Specie, or any other kind of Property, taken, shipped, or put on board the Fonts of this Line,must be at the risk of the owners of sach goods. an 16 r lajl l jj INDEPENDENT REGULAR OPPOSlfl^3*^3?TION NIGHT LINE KOR ALBANY? SEisaJHCflbTlirough Direct, without Lauding.?The commodious and substantial steamboat PORTSMOUTH, Capt.O.Honse.will leave New York from the foot of Robinson street, on Monday*, Wednesdays and Kridaysiand will leave Albauy and Troy ou Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will continue these trips for the season, at* o'clock in the alternoon. Knight token at reduced rates. Apply on board. P. S.?'Oie above boat has uudergoue a thorough repair, and is in first rate order. o26 1 m* r mA ?IJC O'CLOCK EVENING LINE flJTpjL^a?for ALBANY AND TROY direct, without 3BwM^IKdC.laudius?the splendid low pressure steamboat SWALLOW, Captain A. McLean, will leave the loot of Courtlandt street every Tuesday^ Thursday, and Saturday evenings, at 7 o'clock, (or Albany direct. The Swallow has a large number o( state rooms,and for spe?"d ami accommodations is not surpassed on the Hudson au8 ec ? PEOPLE'S LINE OK STEAMBOATS KOR A LB AN V-Dailr at 6 o'clock P. M.*ML ?f r/ tt.r.wnih direct?Krom tne uteamboat pier between Courtlfuidt and Liberty ytreeta, Sunday excepted. I'hr ttMinliott KNR/KKRBOCKK'HiCipt* A. P. St. John, * ill |.^Te Monday, Wednesday and KHilar Evening*, at fix o'clock. 8t?unhoat ROCHESTER, Capt. A. Houghton, will leave Ttieaday, Thunday, and Saturday at 6 P. M. At 5 o'clock P. M.?Landing at Intermediate Place*. Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. L. W. Brainard, will U.ive Monday, Wedueaday, and Kriday afternoon, at S "steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Capt. M. H. Trn??dell, will leave Tu'adajr, Tlvir?day and Saturday Evening, at five o'clock. .... _ ... ... , Pcatenger* t\kin(| thi? Line of Boat* will at all times arrive in Albany in ample time to take the Morning Train of Cara for the eu*t or weat. The above boat* are new and inbauntial, are funmhed with eat and clegaut State Hooma, and for tpeed and accommodation* are itnriralled on the fludaon. Kor Patiage or Kreight, apply on board, or to P. C. Schnlti at ine office on thr wharf. *2i r NOTICE?On aud after Monday, Oct. 16th, the boat* ?f thi* line will leave for Alhanv at 6 o'clock, P. M I intend of 7. NEW tYORK AND IKINGSTON STEAM FREIGHT AND PASSAGE LINE. wMtXi .tM For Kingaton, anc Delaware and HniUon flJ!l-t*?Ui*3?<Wnal >*aamknal? EMERALD aud NOH'J'he EMERALD, Captain John K*tcham, will leave New York, foot of Murray *treet, every Monday and Thunday at J o'clock, P M. Will leave Kingaton. (llondout landing) every Wedneaday luid Saturday at 3 o'clocK, I*. M. The NORWICH, Captain John Samnelf, will Imh New York, foot**' \Varrrn ?trw?, wry Wednesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock, P.M. _ Will Uave k .lifttnn (Rondont landing) firry Tuesday and Friday at 3 w'cIocTk, P. M. _ KXTRA TRIPS. 'j'he F.MKRALD will leave the foot of Murray itreet every Soil.Uy momin?at 7 o'clock. Returning, leave* K mutton at 4 o'( lock, name day. Kor Ireivlit or pu$ngt apply on board, or to WILLIAMSON, BARLOW k CO., aJl 3m"r IM We?t?tr??t a* STATKN ISLAND KERRY, KOOT fj>Tv 'tJrbO? WHJTKHALI. ST.?The tt.amboat ilL?JGk-STATKN ISLANDER willleave New York and Sr.-ton Nland, on and after October 2d, aj followi, lantil farther notice Leave New York 9, 11, 3, SXL5X. Leave huten Itland 8, 10, 1, S. All freight thipped i? required to ke particularly marked and it at till* ri?h nl tw nwnw thereof ajlltfr PASSAGE KROM CORK-Via Liverpool-ln kfrttSVthe "r*t apring thip*.? We beg to inform our f rim da ywBnfc'ii'1"' during the coining apring, (844 we thai! have a regain aiiccettion oi lirjt cl-aa American tliipa, sailing from the above |W>rt every week, which will lie tit ted out in inch a tnannci lor tecond cabin and atterage pattengert, at cannot fail ti> .inure tli'in every comfort. One of our firm, Mr. James D. Roche, realties there, who will ?ee penoimlly to the forwarding Of nil onr paaaeiigera, and will apar* neither paint or expense to meet their withes, and havs them lorwarded without any delay. Thoae tending tor their friendt will at once tes the advantage to be derived by paying ill our line, Apply to, or ad.lrett if bv letter pott imi.1, ROCHE BROTHERIJ kl O. 15 Knlton ttreet, neit door to the Fulton Bank, or to JAMES D. ROCHfc, 14 Ooree Piazzas, Liverpool. I P. S.?Passage certificate* and drafta can he tent from this by the regular packet thipa on the lat, 7th, 13th, l#th and ?Sth of C every matth. alto by the Boston aleamers on the Ut and Mlta. Mr E NE NEW ENGLISH ADVERTISEMENTS. THE NEW YORK HKKALI) is regularly tiled in London bv Mr. P. L. SIMMONDS, Agent for the American I'a|>ere, British and Foreign Newspaper Office, 18 Cornhill, London, opposite the Ivoyal Eichauge, where orders and advertisement* will be received. s28tfr GENERAL AGENCY AND COMMISSION OFFICE 18 CORNHILL, LONDON, OPPOSITE THE ROYAL EXCHANGE. rpO MERCHANTS, Commercial News Rooms, Public Li 1 braries, Agricultural Societies,Officers ofthe United States, Printers, Publishers of Newspapers, file. P. L. SIMMONDS, ( Agent and Commission Merchant, begs to acquaint his frieuds and the American public in geueral.that he is ready to receive orders for the supply ot Newspai?ers, Periodicals, Stationery, Printing Materials, >ancy Articles, file, of auv kind *ud nnailflfv mill ,le?e riri. tion of tint rate quality at the very lowest umrliet prices of tfie day, and to transact business apou tlie must liberal terms, provided he is previously furnished with fuuds or drafts at either loug or short date*, or a reference on some London or Li verpool house for payment. P. L. Sirnmouds will alio receive consignments of any description of merchandize to be sold on commission, aud accept bills at short dates for two thirds of the amount, on receipt of the bills of lading. Consignments entrusted to his care will meet with everv possible despatch in their disposal, consistent with the interest of the c?nsigi)*es: au extensive knowledge of general business coupled with promptitude,attention and judgement, will h? trusts eunble him to give complete satisfaction to all who inay favor him with their coinmauus. Kefereuc* may be made iu New York to James (Gordon Bennett, nOy Proprietor of the Herald,who is personally acquainted with Mr.Simmonds and the nature and eitent of his establishment. x28tf r TO NEWSPAPER AGENTS AND PUBLISHERS IN THE UNITED STATES. '"PHOSE excellent Illustrated Newspapers, The Pictorial -L Times, aud Illustrated London News, are supplied at 7s (id sterling per qr. Punch at 4s fid perqr, and all the London and Foreign Newspapers as they appear are regularly supplied, wholesale aud retail, by P. L. SIMMONDS, Newspaper and Periodical Agent, 18 Cornhill, London. Subscriptions in advance, may be paid into the Herald Office, on Mr. Simmonds' accaunt. Advertisements received for insertion in all the London, Country and Foreign Journals. s28tf TO TRAVELLERS. GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE BETWEEN CHARLESTON, 8. C. &. MONTGOMERY, Al-A. fgafti aaaa ato AHH -'U'll' rroin < harleston, S C., via. Savannah, viacow, r orsyth, Bamesville, Grillin, Greenville, La Granite, West Point, Cutseta, Mount Jefferson, aud K'anklin; tneuce by Railroad to Mon'go merv ..Alabama. The travelling public are respectfu'ly informed, that by recent arrangements, a line embracing the above route has been formed, consisting of a Splendid Line of Steam Packets between Charleston and Savannah. Steamer GENL. CLINGH, aS??ls?i3?Tii AEiSSV'bN.jSaa. SuJCZ. Captain F. Barden. SCJu. Th? Central Railroad from Savannah to Macon, (now com pleted.J the Monroe Railroad to Grillin, and a new line of Four Horse Post Coaches to Franklin, Ala; iliencnby Railroad to Montgomery. These Lines all run in connection. By this seventy miles of staging is avoided. Travellers rest one nii;lit at Savannah ?nd Macon each,leaving only one night's travelling between Charleston and Montgomery. Time?Leave Charleston on the arrival of the Wilmington boats on Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays, and reach Savannah same days at 7 P. M. Leave Savannah at OA. M.. teach Macon at 6 P. M.: leave Macon at 6 A. M., reach Griffin at 11 A. M.j leave Griffin at 12 M. ainl arrive at Franklin. Ala. at 2 P. M. next day; making the travelling; time from Charleston to Franklin, Ala. 53 hours?Fare $24 50. Ticket* through furnished on board the boats at Charleston, or on application to K. LAFITTK St CO., Agents, Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C. Charleston, October 26th, 1813. N. B.?The Proprietors of the Tri-Weekly Liue between Charleston and Savannah contemplate running a Daily in li-u of a Tri-Weekly Liue between those places, of which due no tice will be given. o31 3w REMITTANCES TO IRELAND, Sic.-The lffJWWsuljHCribei coHtiuues to transmit money iu sums large JHHBlb^r small, to persons residing in any part of of Ireland iu the same maimer as he, aud his predecessor in business have done for the last thirty years and more ; also, to any part oi England, or Scotland, Money remitted by letter (post Paid) to the subscriber, or personally deposited[with him, witn the name of [lie (tersou or persons iu Ireland, England or Scotland, to whom it is lo liesent, and nearest post town, will be immediately traismitted, and paid accordingly, aud a receipt to that effect given, or forwarded to the sender. In like manner money, or claims on persons in any part ol Ireland, England or Scotland, can be collected by the subscriber for iiersons residing in any part of the United States or Cauada, and will be paid to them accordingly. o21 lin*r GEO ROE McBftlDE. Jr. 82 Cedar st. FOR NEW ORLEANS?To sail on the 13th of WtCTVNovember? or passage tree?The suiierior, fast sailing jlMHsship MILAM, Capt Hammond, will sail as above Her accommodations lor cabin, second cabin and steeraoe passengers ar? unsurpassed by any vessel in port. Parsons wishing to einbuk, should make early application to the subscriber. JOSEPH McMURRAY, nlr 100 Pine street, corner of South. jiAy FOR LIVERPOOL?Regular packet ol the 7th MVWPvNovember?The lirst class fast sailing packet ship jyhHili?|PATRlCK HENRY, Cart Delano, burthen 1000 tons, will sail as above, being her regular day. Her accommodations for cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers are not surpassed by ai<y vessel in port. Persons in tending to embark should make immediate applij cation to the subscriber JOS. McMURRAY, 190 Pine street o7?ec Comer of South. NEW LINE OF PACKETS FOR LIVER TrflfVPOOL.?Packet of Iftth Novemober?The splendid MMMHawrll known Packet ship HOTTINGUER, 1100 tons burthen, Captain Ira ISursley, will sail ou i hursday, 16th Nov, her regular day. The ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards.persons about to embark for the old country, will not fail to see the advantages to be derived from selecting this line in preference to any other, as their great capacity renders them everv way more comfortable and convenient than ships of a smller class. Those wishing to secure berths in this magnificent ship, should not fail to make early application to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT. At their Gen*ral Passage Office, 43 Peck slip, n3 ec corner of South st. FIRST PACKET FOR LIVERPOOL ?Thesplen Kw^^fydid. fast sailing, favorite ship A01UO.N DACK, 1000 uacustan, will sail positively as above, her regular day. The ships of this line being all 1000 tons and upwards, persons about to embark for the old country, will not Tail to nee the advantage* to be derived from (electing this line in preference to auy other, as their great capacity render* them every way more comfortable and convenient than shut of a smaller class. Thoie wishing to secure berths, should not fail to make early application on hoard, or to W. It J. T. TAP8COTT, A?tkeir (Jeneral Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip nlr enr South street.^ PASdAOK FOR LIVERPOOL-First packet to sail positively on Saturday. the 4th of November.? MmIm The splendid new packet ship COHOTA, Captain D Hepburn, will sail punctually as above. Having tlegant accommodations for a limited number of cabin passengers, which will be taken at low rates, if early application is made on board, or to W. * J. T. TAPSCOTT.43 Peck Slip, tii3 r ^ Corner South str?et. FOtT LIVERPOOL?The New Line?Resultr MtJfaVPacket 16th of November?The line New York oui.t Wiiifai'ii'kri ship' HOTTINOUER, Ira Bursley, mastft , 1050 tons, w ill sail as above her regular day. For freight or passage having very sti|>erior accommodations, apply to tne Captain on board, at west side Uurling slip, or to WOODHULL 8t MINTURNS, ?7 South st. The fine new packet ship Liverpool, J. F.ldridge, master, 1150 tons, will succeed the llottinguer and sail on ner regular day, 16th December. n2 r FOR LIVERPOOL?NEW LINE-Regular mM'W Packet of 25th November.?The splendid packet jfiUtMshiii ROSC1 I S. Captain John Collins, of II0U tons, will sail as above,her regular day. For freight or |mssagejuviu? handsome furnished accommodations,apply on board at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to E. K. COLLINS k CO. Price of passage, $75. 56 South street. The packet snip Sidilons. Capt E K Coob, of 1000 tons, will succeed the Roscins,and sail the 25th December.her regular day. Passengers may rely upon the ships of this line sailing puuc tually as advertised. o27 {gg- FOR LI VERPOOL?British Ship^-With despatch ?The well known very fast sailing British ship HHflb''HESTER, John Wilson, master, having a large portion of her cargo on board, will have immediate despatch for the above port. Shippers of goods will find the Chester a most desirable conveyance. For freight or passage, having very comfortable accommodations. .< ply to the subscribers. ROCHE, BROTHERS It CO., Si Fnlton it., o2lr nest door to the Fulton Bank. ???- FOR NEW ORLEANS?To sail on Monday, I^JI^^the 6th Nov._vqr jwssage free ?'1 he_ superior, fast MMfasnhnu snip t'fllt >.V < apt Kilo*-!, will be <les|>atched as above. She hat splendid accommodttions for c*bin. 2d cabin mid steerage passengers, who will be taken at the lowest iate?. Those desirous of se.-uring berth* will require to mike oarlv application ou board the (hip, at Murray's wharf, or to JOHN HKRDV1 AN, 61 South street, near Wall street. N. B.?Th? ?hip FRANCIS DK.PA'J, sails this morning at 9 o'clock, and can yet tak? a few ino-w 2d csbm and two cabin passengers if ipp'ication is made in tune. o31 ONLY RKOCLAR LINK KOR NKW Ul!LRAN8.?The following first class packets will JWattfa sail punctually a* advertised, weather permitting, or passage l rre, tit. :? The ORLEANS, Captain Se*rs. on the .Hh of November. The 9HAK8PEARK, Captain Miner, on th? 10th of November. The SARATOGA, Captain Russell, on the lith of November. The accommodations of these ships for cabin, second cabin, and Steerage passengers are such nt cannot fail to en?nre every comfort to passengers during the voyage. The ships of this line have now commenced their regular trips, and will sail punctually every five days throughout the season. Passengers mav, therefore, r?ly on not being detained. 1 lie price of passage being very low, th^se wuhi.ig to secure berths in either of the above packets, can do so by applying on board, or to VV. It J. T. TAPsOOTT. At.thtir Oeneral Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, n? r corner of South street. v^"" NKW ORLKANS?Louisiana and New H*Xy4.?rk,Ll"^~\K'*l,lar Jacket of the lOlh NovemberJMMWalbe fast sailing packet ship SUA K SPK. ARK., < apt Allen Miner,will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or piu.age, having handsome furnished gccowtmo dalions, apply on board, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall s treat or to ,K. K. COLLINS k CO, 5# South street. Shippers by this hue may wly upon having their (owls correctly measured. Agents in New Orleans, Mullen k Woodrnff, who will promptly forward all goods to their address. The .... c.p? ?Its . .. Shaiie*j>mrr, and sail tlie"ioth Hot. her regular day. iV"* NEW YORK *t BOSTON sounuTjLot. flWKN PRKSCOTT, Filou, or take* charge a* mailer and " pilot of mwli boond W New Bodlord, ovtr Nantucket Shoalt, Botton, Porumooth, Portland, Kennebeck. and OTHER PORTS. Office at Pit* k Hhaw'a Nautical ?tore, 2a Water timet, corner Beekmau. Hefarence to a number of m?r haata and the eTrral|la<nranee Cornpamea in thu city, Doa? , tad Portland. Jfl* Imr W YO ' YORK. SATURDAY MO i MiTsIcr MESSRS. 8< HNKIDKIt k IlK.BIIl V I'r. (wm oI Muatc, Ute of Saratoga Mpritiita. reai?rltiilly ?moo?iw?. 1 that they are now prepared to give llieir alteudaio-e at |iri?at# parties, aoires, serenades, If during the euauiug ?** > . par lornuiiK the moat n odern and popular mime All oidera for 'heir IUMMMM will be r?cei*e4 aad aamrrva at their [ireaent residence, tt) ( imhvat. "K ! *> MAL?AMb: MrrTtnN. f K O K K 8 8 O It OK 8INDINU. MJ/arick street. St JolinaPark. ali<m*> MUsli;. JOSEPH K AM MERER, Profrasor of res/?, rfaallv a? announces to hia I'alrona anil tlie Pulilie in fe< et*l. M lir Una removed from 59 < roahy to lis Lanraua ?tr???, where all orilers for hia Cotilliou Band, to wait on Parties kc., iu or < ?! of town, will he reieiveil and promptly atleoded t? uruers mr J i\. w i n also oe recei vea at >ir. w liainii ?i D lie Store, 285 Broadway. n> la'nt ITALIAN MUUC.?MB, MANMIN44, iMNai r^i 1 drui in Naples,) i>U|>il of Pacini and t n-amitini. *!> ? inatructiona on terms to auit the tunes, in Italian Kn-m h, aa English singing, and in the moat lashioaable style of piaaa forte playing. Mr. M. has |?-nnission to refsr to the following seatlaateuJ. M. Wainwright, D. D.i Messrs Howland k Asitnwall I, F. Schroder. D. D.; Mr. J. T. Brig ham; F. L. Hawkas, I) D-? Mr. S Ward. Mr. M. resides at 230Si Hudson itn*t, near Spring it. n2 lm*r boarding" IfRE^'OH and American Boarding Home, No 61 Keadr at . a lew doora from Broadway. Boardeis will find it agreeable home, at a moderate price. Xlie Frencli isflsnrrally sp.iken. Day boarder* taken. <>Jft lia*m GENTEEL BOARDING AT MRS. OEHE'S, No. 27 CoiHTUKIIT S T ? II T . SINGLE OK MARRIED Gentlemen can be accommodated with excellent Board and comfortable Rooms on moderate terms. Also, a front Parlor and Bed Room on the second floor, far nished or unfurnished. oKlin'm BOARDING?Several furnished rooms for gentlemen and their wives or siugle geutleu>eu. Euijaireat K White at o20 lm*r 'T'O LKT, WITH BOARD, a handsome front Parlor? lour a- handsome Bed Kooma. at 411 Houston smart ol* lm*r HAVANA MANSION HOUSE HOTEL rPHK undersigned takes occasion to infonn hia friends and 1 the public, that the Manaion House is now locsted in Inquisidor street, No. 67. in the vicinit) *f th*stramlniat landing and vegetable market, having commodious lamily apartments, arranged in the ueatest onler. A peraou is employed to procure permits to land passengers, baggage, lie. who will board vessels immediately after the visit of ttie revenue officers. N. H.?Visitors to this Island should procure a passport from the Spanish Consul, attne port of embarkation, to obviate difficulties and inconvenience. s81 6mec WILLI A M FULTON. MONEY TO LEND. ABRAHAM J. JACKSON, Pawnbroker, No. 58 lleade stre-t, near Broadway, loans monev in large or small sums, a* tnay be required, on Watches, Jewelry, Silver Maw, Dry Goods, Wearing Apparel, and personal property of every descrintion. o29 lm*r MONEY K)LOAN IN sums of $1500, $ moo *2000, SIMM, $1800, or one sum of $7ii(M), on unencumbered and productive real estate, in the city of New Vork. Apply by note, left at this office, addressed to If. B. o30 r MONEY LENT, LIBERALLY, at the old established stand, 401 Grand street, on gold and silver watches, plate, jewellery and diamonds, wearing apparel, dry goods, hardware, cutlery, musical and mathematical instruments, bedding, and every description of persoual property, by LOUIS LEVY, Pawnbroker, o?3 lm*m 403 Grand between Ridge and Attorney st. MKrt. PUKDY'S PRIVATE DAY-SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, pwi?. mb nxmersiey stre-t.?:vjrs. ruray una tier iwo (laughters -1-^ having recently arrived from England, where they were engaged in giving mat ruction in rhe various branches of English Education, Music, Drawing and French, are prepared to receive a limited number ol young ladies Her terms are regulated by the general reduction,in every department, for which, and other particulars,she begs to refer to her card, which will be furnished on application at her residence. ill lm*r DISBROW'S RIDINO SCHOOL, 408 BOWERY. MR. D. ha* the honor to announce chat his School is opca (or the reception of pupils, daily. Sundays excepted > or Ladies, from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. frt T Gentlemen, firom 7 to 9 A. M., and 1 to 7 P. M. Hi, My trained atul quiet horses for the road or pantile, to Fortei nis and particulars apply as above. au5 jin*r TO THE LADIES TVIAItTKLLE St HOLDERMANN will open on Tuesday, November7'h. 1843, at their KsUblishm-nt, No. 37 Maiden l.ane, their new style of Head Dresses, just received from Paris. Besides a large assortment of Jet Ornaments o30 I0t*ec MACKINTOSH COATS?Day, 25 Maiden Lane has now on hand and is making to measure, the latest style Mackintosh Coats, of the peculiar preparation of Rubber as practised by Mackintosh iu England. Gentlemen mav rely uih?ii having a good article if they obtain any of those made at our factory. HOltAl't H. DAY, Successor to the Roibury 1. R. Co., n3 linr 25 Maiden Lime. A/IRS CAISROl.l.'S MKDlCATc.D VAPOR~BA^Hs". 25 Courtlandi street, are a safe, certain, and speedy cure for coughs, colds, sore throat, swelling of the (lands, rheumatism, stiffness of the joints, ague and fever. Open from 6 A.M. till 9 P.M. Sulphur Baths require one hour's notice. o28 lwr BUSINESS IS BUSINESS?Therefore if you wish a share o( it yott must circulate your cards and handbills freely ? To do this in an economical way, call ou FOLOER St SUTTON, at the office of the Locomotiva Printing Engine, IIS Priiitin*dour in the tint style, at the lowest cash price*, anil no disappointment. ;*rd< printed at one hour's notice if required. o4 lm*r AQ LUTS FOR SALE?Eitherseparate or in one block, in the Sixteenth Ward, on the easterly side of the Eighth Avenue, and between 38th and 39th streets Also other 'ots for sale in the 12th ward, itc For further particulars apply to S AMUEL K. B. NORTON, at the office of Mr. OERADU8 CLARK, No 136 Water sireet, upstairs, or the subscriber, at his residence No. 86 Nassau st, Brooklyn, L 1., whsrea map of the pro|ierty can be seen. n3 St?r TO THE PUBLlcl dfj 1 TO $5000.?Mr. Francis R Cramp, Watch Maker, <JPA"V/ 248 Grand street, begs to inlorm his friends and the Public, that independent of the Watch business, he is prepared to make advances in cash on gold and silver watches,diamonds, silver tea sets, spoons, forks, and every description of gold or silver in any shape, intended for immediate sale. Cash to any mount paid for old gold and silver. Watches of every description repaired and warranted 341 Grand street. sll 3ia*r WATCHES.?The largest and most splendid assortment of Watches in the cityx is to be found at the subscriber's.? As he is constantly receiving all descriptions of Oold and 8ilvar Watches, of the newest styles, direct from ths manufacturers, in Eugland, France, and Switzerland, he is enabled to offer a larger assortment, and at much less prices, at retail, than any other house in the city. Oold watches as low as $20 to $26 each Watches and jewellery exchanged or bought. All watches warranted to keep good time, or the money returned. Watches, clocks and jewellery reiaired in the best manner, sad warranted lower than at any other place in the city <i. C. ALLEN, importer of watches and jewellery, oT lm*r Wholesale and rerail. 30 Wall street, up stairs. OCALE8 AND WEIGHTS of every description manuftc^tured by Brown and Fearuhead, 83 Fulton street, corner of Oold. The subscribers h we received various diplomu for best scales exhibited st the late and former fain of the American Institute. Banks', brokers', jewellers', apothecaries', and grocers' scales, manufactured in superior style, and of the finest finish . platform scales, pat-nt balances, tinware &c ; scalas repaired and adjusted; weights graduated to any standird. ?26lm*m h. bakonTO: 1 A KTIST, in Alabaster. Marble, Scagfiola, Ike., from Italy. Respectfully iu*it the gentry, the inhabitants, shopksnp era. Bazaars, country dealers and the public in general, to u* hia Museum of Art*. No. 23 Orchard atreet, (betweeu Orand and Diviaiou a tree is,) which in now open for inspection, with a plendid assortment of Italian and English ornaments in Alaliaster, black marble, spar, avals, yellow itonc, stalactite, red and various other marble*, verae di prato, granite, kc., kc. consisting of various sizes of rrouix figures, butts, taz/.es, lleb^ewer*, Ktruscan vases, candlesticks, taper*, pen tray*, ink tanM. watch case*, clock atand*, time pieces, spill pots, ums, sntique lamps, shell Tases, oral rases, bottlss, (roups and single dogs. tables, lloreutui* liaskets, bulls, cowa, lions, broaches, necklaces, obelisks, hell vasss, gozzolv vasss. riug vases, paper weights, ring stands, card boxes, snuff oozes, birds n?sls, annultus, paintinu of Mount Vesurios, of Naples; books on conchology. mineralogy, geology, marine botanist, kc. kc. Pries ol articles from \%\% cents to $100. Cleaning and repairing of every description on moderate terms. Admission Ire*. iMlw't PHILADELPHIA DAGUERREOTYPK ESTABLISHMENT, 1 EXCHAOE BUILDING, ROOMS 26 ANI) P. rPHE Subscriber has received a large supply of Voigtlandera' I celebrated Daguerreotype Appartua, Urge and ainall sires, with achromatic leuscs made according to Professor IVtzval's calculation. Also a new supply of best plates and chemicals, which he warrants good and sells at reduced prices. The fo'Tswiug gentlemen have a*reed lo act as agents, villi. White, Esq., 1<^ Broadway New York P. Haas, t.S'i, Washington, D. C. Dr. A. Caspari, Richmond, Va. H Broadbent, Kan, (or the Southern States. Win. West, Eiq, (Cincinnati, Ohio. All communicationa (post paid) and onlers, aeeompani-d with rrmittancea, will he iiromptly attended to. and should be directed to WILLIAM LAUGENHEIM, ol7 3m*r Ezch.uige Buildings, Philadelphia COAL?Best He^rh Orchard, Red Ash,Double Srirened.froin the yard 13!? Washington street, corner of Deshrosse* *t, at boat prices, dslirered free of cartage^ and weighed?hy a city weigher Large Nnt - *< 87 ^ Do 8to?- 5 12* Broken ar.?' Egg S 37* A deduction ut 2.'i cents if taksn from boats, at the foot of Vestry atreet, every flay. o24 lm'm PATRICK KERRIGAN. /"" OA L.?Large Nut Size (4,7i, Stove 95.00, and fresh Broke V-'and ti 2i<per ton, of the best Peach Orchard Ash, wel creenH, weighed nya city weigher and delirtrnd free of car' >ge. A redoction of 25cents per ton if takeu from the boatr, VETER CLINTON, cornero( King TO !m" I Irmmnwi*h 'PI) WOOL MANUFACTURERS, kc?The subscriber 1 gives notice that tie is the legal Assignee of JOHN (iOULDlNO. late of Hozbjry, Machinist, and as such is alone suthorinrd to claim and receive |>ay from those individuals or companies, in various parts ol the United States, who have mill'*, or n\ed, c*rtaiu^improved ^machiosrj, invented by *Ml itouinitig. lor inr tniinuiAciunoK 01 vvooi, which improvements were s?*r'ired to him by Letter* Patent dated Dec. 16th, IHlV 20th July, 1936; and he hereby cautions such individuals and companies igainst paying any thin* to any one except himself for the use of said improvement*; ns no one else can gire them a legal discharge for the d.image, or compensation, to which said Wouldiiig's estate is, by law, entitled tor the use <?f the improvements secured to him by the Parents abo?e named. *- COPtLANp.Jr. Assignee Boston, 9th Oct. 1BI3. j of JOHN GOULD I NO. [L7* As these Patents ei pi red on the 15th of December, I8|0, nothing i? claimed, or eipected, l?w the a?e of the improtwnta tince that time. oil *od Im*? ISOCTOK J. OKANOKR desires in future to limit hin practice, and confine his attention entirely to those diseases, in the treatment of which he has met with iniforvn neeeu it?Diseases of the Heart, Lungs, tad lUetiM, ia all Ototi iiffemit forrra Also, all diaeaaea uemlhtr to w< The remedies used for the above diseatea are new in ?heir ap Micuion, new in their effect* and new in their preparation. Office of Doctor < Granger No 54 \mity afreet. Hoars from 11., ? m i h? afternoon. o7i9tn?r IRK E SWING. NOVEMBER 4, ? in glMlf - Pfwla) Nt? M ? r??iU??. - Tki >i(?l'*^l 'k(i??ir |?ur? ihM <Jm tk? rUu>l to ik? CM* < Itwi'f M rack, charge! t?i?h aufcarnaUaa *? |?*)?try in ia4wcia? ad bathar IWIH II Tvcl-r.ta lucowli'twl?' t?ra in?*r*i>u? 'kwtw K? Wat I ?lw?? a*4 (K?r|? 9|,h r. i . r u. ,, ?,.t . - t ? ? a* r*a.i>y >aa *?na i>ih ??Thr trunlJhif tfca ?. >*! ?f tka fkarf* waa that ??l iiArtMK HtWa ma* to tow tkoa r???> .. < ?? ?I >r?turnt Itu - A mi bmm>4 lohn r ? ?a *iraoi*4 at>4 atiy r?MMM to prMaa. karg rd ?i?h(?r|?it tnlliao.l AtoataW m?"I toib Ann I Porta*. of Mo i?l L<-*?a>4 Hrwt aba r^wto t?* tru? rtf n? ?mi bit aiura ii|ti|tbl|oii tk? Do U?aro tlld H'llooti < Mil (Ml f t aiif l ^IfU ?1M?I ka r??U M rl)M?> 4 he kw. Mm alaf *' **4 ofl?et h?r m Hk? H> >?m r??ara?l Mt<l mkI k* k*4 toon utiatu-ooa'ul, Mi4 utitrif.l 01 Wanting krT hark krr |r?n IMMtr.tkrx* af> h#f ? ! Itrt 'i* ?a* 4 lh? aaM* la MiaiawiM Ml th* l<"k 01 *?r k U?m rktialt-U kia MaaaO III lk? MWk < lM> J^CNrt HI Oorf* 4 tank rilM ??IM Mr J| ll?M L Korkol Of llak* Hrtmllrl I Mil)!, aa<l kirarf bora#, ???< mi4 h?n,M< |?c tha purp?.aa at ln( to Wkil> I tot, WMkmfitii ( my. bn mtatil < pr"rr ralmg tkith.r ka (u HMtto info naauxl Altoft Mothan. alt** Mil to ariv?a|>ai>) km to Ion nington, Vwmiii, ?borv tk. jr ut Mr ckor't I ro(?r1? tor M" an J tbaa Jxiap4 OAtmi Wrtrlj and lockaiajr, t? tkr v( Ui Mrik, hy (bltolllrt MtlMMl irllairtMl lk? B>H, M l< | ik?j w*>? lo'kiac itoii tk? ei'j, m t> prt?4 m inr m r**|wct? MmHwi, tor ka woa artrWal ky thooa o*r?i ikia Moti.iug Hi Mm taMtato MPif kHM knodof ikf" Tm*," ?"' lUirt^waMiaatoWMK I* Hm arl??rl Oimij tortfxi Tn( Lnt<<* Minn i - Mr Jm?( k H^ari^VM f No Varirk atrwi, ?a4< .Atam tk* ?miM. <k?l hr # ct?Nl an wnian<? aa th? Wk ol Jm* lao . toi L?H (i, in III a >ua ol nam. mtM Mil'ual luatiano |>?ntr,nn biifooti ant ?tu>*-a. at M? tailoring aata'liak mailt tM ImaUit, ai<t rnntal tha frotolnto *a4 rM of po'.w* Ironi him, at which iMr? k* aigamltka nam* ' C H K ?klra?a< h, an 1 Iron tkatrirruaM'aiK1*, k> llaiii aM.iwerAa mwn?4 kito to to Kohlraa* k Mr L. Mil'on Mniib, acleik in tka Mutual I itmuot om>aay. MUM lo tin* I' li i ti'inj 1i?r'K t in tb? itw of R<kl rauaoh hjr Mr H^nri?j Mr llrarH|'iM. is kia a A to vil, alao (latra that kr r?n-r l Ikta Immmm ic h? aiaM I the aartc-at r^na?l ol L?itf?, aa an art al ?ri?n.??hip. a hi- wa? Iraqai-nll* in Ik* kalni oi viaitinf k? aiara on buainaai in rc'artBr* to kia ??ariaff a|>|>arrl A. f*malana?*?t ICI>z 1*1 ( karrk mim, teatift*'! that ilia li?r>l anhl ' i rimd a a> alwiil l? noon Hi* (luce, and wotkrd a> Ui|?rt-?*, that L> i'ga wat in tha habit of betting and otU?r?i* ill treating hit wlfa. L"itga wilt h?eiaaiin*d thi? day. Thk \tttmrr to Aiuninti ?r th? Astob Hat ? Nothing further bai transpired in mp? l la this ami no time i? h( y t tt**.l lor the examination 01 tha f> male, Lydia Brown. Mhe it known aa a pnwtitu'e at tha worst class, and we bar* ion* rfidaucrsot harforau r aitempttof infamy upon other prraouato expo** in a law day a. Coroaer's Ofllce.?Friday, Not. 3 A Yavau Giai Dhowkid lit iCiirian.? The Coioner hall an loqtiatt at 26i Green street, on a young girl Mu mi twiiir an.I thirteen ynnold, named Kosauna Mou, wbo waslouni drowned in a cittern in the rear of the premm* ol Mi Chariot D. Jackson, where she llTed at a terTant Hhr waa missed laat etening about 7 o'clock, and found about the same hour thii morning There waa a alight wound on the head, but of no material consequence VerdictCame to her daath by drowning in a cistern. Drowitcd.?a very genteelly drafted man wa> t?ken out of tha dock, pier No. 4, E. H., this morning. He appeared to be about fifty yeart old? dreat, line black cloti coat.gambrooii pants, black tatin vest and atock, floe boots, Canton il ?n- I under ahirt, cottnn oter <io , linen bosom?no papers, money or watch found on hit l>odir? was t ik.i ii to the dead house, Inquest to morrow. It. h r a mysterious affair. Circuit Court. Belore Judge Kent. Not. 3?Crim. Con.?Fan Colt va Shunt.?The defence in thia c?ae cloted to-day, and the plaintiff hat commences putting in rebutting testimony, to that, uuder present appearances, we may now look for a speedy termiua<ion. Judge Kent hat, for the pretest, decided that no new it sues shall bo made by the plaintiff but that hr shall confine himself entirely to rebutting or supporting testimony This will materially alter the state ol thing* it rigidly adhered to. A ratner intemperate controTersy arote be tvreen Mr. Graham and Mr. Jordan, during which tome harth expreasions were uted, though we think without any intention on the part ot Mr. Grahtm to annoy Mr. Jordan, whoso courso of examination, while Mrs. I'lane was ra tha land, Mr. O. thought unnecessarily s*Tere, and uted the word " bullying" rather inaJTertenrly, while claiming the protection oi the Court for hit witneat. Mr. Jordan, as hs says himself, alwayt throws hack a larger stone, if he can, than that thro we at him. Ko ht certainly did in this cats, and matters would hate at turned a very serious aspect, had not Judga Kent, with the promptness and impartiality wliick characterss his uecuians, cammantlingly checked both gentlemen, and very properly censured them lor allowing personalities to interrupt the hitli?rto harmonious course of the tu?l I'hn high character which their gentlemea hear, both in their professional and private spheres, should b?? a *uaruutee to each, of at Uast courteous :r, itmant Iron the other. We like to nee a tilt in legal argument aa<l repartee, but ragrol to witnt?? a rullleil temper during thai d counter. We notice one fact (or the benefit of whom it may concern, which is, that the arm chairs placed on the bene* ant for the use ot Judge K.-nt, and not lor beardless boy a, who, uninvited, thrust themselves forward. The bench is not the place for spectators, unless when fpecHlly invited by the presiding Judge. Wa throw out thu bint for the purpose of saving the intruders a rebuke from a higher quaner. The greater part of the examination to-day waa recapitulatory, and we have omitted what we considered not relevant to the case, and uninteresting. DarancB Continued. DAtikl Stsibf -worn.?I know tha parties to this suit; I went with Sharp to introduce him u* a boarder to Van Cott; 1 knew a Mr. Brynsmead; he waa there at the same time; Sharp occupied the same room wit n myself; I do not know that Sharp made use of indecent eaprcasiou s with regard to Mrs. Van Cott; I don't recollect any instances oi improper conduct on the part of Sharp and Mri. Van Cott. Cross-examined by Mr. Gsaham.?1 first went to bnanl at Van Cott's in the early part ol 1441; I left before Van Cott did; I have been absent from the city until Juna last, when I returned; I cannot sjy whether Sharp had a trunk or not; sometimes Sharp left the house with me. but I generally le t before h'm, aa ,ny buaineas required my attendance much earlier than hia did; I da not recollect whetherhe waa generally at home in the evenings balore me. Q?Have you seen Sharp, while boarding at Van Cott's. 1 have any obscene prints or books ? This question is overruled by the Court. Mr. Euwiidi here offered in evidence the sums <'ue from Van Colt to Mis Hiniih, motherot Mrs. V?n Cott, 1 and still unsatisfied He men r?ad the following iten.s Judgment docketed in Common Pleai, $107 10 Foreclosure of Leasehold, on a lot in Williamsburg, $490 73 . 1 L?'? amount paid 117 Mm. ntiarp, in baying in the lot, 60 00 440 73 Remaining due to Mm. 8mitU on tho ' 29th May laat ??37 H> Mr. Edwiddi sworn.?Mr. Sharp was not a in 1 my ofll -e, but simply a clerk on a aalary ; ha came in I8S7 Mini left in May, 1841. Hn haa not amcebeen engaged in my olfioe either aa clerk or a atudent. Oscasionally when ha would come to my ofltce ii I waa hur ried, I would get him to write Tor me; I have not been the guardian of his peraonal eetati. Hihrah Foaaas a worn?I litre at 14 Columbia atreet ; I have resided in thia city about twenty yeara; I have known Mra. Van Cott aiuce about fourteen yeara. It -Since you have known her, what haa been bar ye- 1 neral character and reputation in the aocitty in which he moved t 1 Mr. Graham objected to thia question, and a long argu- < orient wai maintained by the counsel on both aide*. Toe Court decided that the question waa not admiaaible, inaamuch aa general character cannot be given inevidtnce 1 i< rebutting a particulat fact. I Mr. Edwards here announced that while he waa absent | ["rom the coMrr for a few mii>u'ea, and in forcing bis way , back, some Chevalier do Industrie effectually cleared his j pockets of every thing. However,aslhe fee had been al ' ready deposited in the iron sale, the raacal only gained ihe leoae wrapping paper. The anncancement 01 this ract created considerable sport to the court, jury, ladies, I ;oun??l and the spectators. Judge Kent directed that thr ;iansage|be cleared, which waa according lie done. I Kacusi McNiBOHTri sworn?I live with John Van Cott in K>?rsy th street; the kitchen is ia the front base Dent, and the rear base nent it used as the bark kitchen, ] hey are both en thesaaie floor; the rooms nest above the ' kitchen .ire bed rooms and a parlor; the room* above ' liose sre occupied by (As lady, and at>ove those are the < [arret rooms; John Van Cott Isa married gentleman; bis ( ileeping apartment ia the room beiiind tna parlor; witless sleeps in the rear bed room on the garret floor; my niter sleeps there also; she is living with Mra. Jackson. Ht lady before spoken of; Albert Van Cott, the plaintiff, ' ileeps >n one of fie Iront gat ret rooms, and the neat room " A ikia II Af*f?aniMl h? Marw Walilrnn /A aanaot *? ?-? ? f geni r?l "ah !" and all eye* directed to where the lady in lunation wa? seated ?great whl?pering all around.) Alv-rt Van Cott deep* h; hlaiwlf aiul Mary Waldron h> ier*elf, of cour?e; I waih for the family, Including Mr c Albert Van Cott and Mary Waldron; Mi** W only <ra*h I1 * her fine linen thing*; Miu Waldron make* c a pa for ' itorei; ahe leave* her clothe* lor the w nil aometime* in *< *?r own room, and *ometime**he throw* thean on the gai f t t pa??age floor; I jet Mr Albert Van Cott'* clothe* I rom it* bed room when I am making it up in the morning; I recollect once when I flr?t went there, that Mary Wal Iron, at my requeit, rapped at the door of hia bed room, ind got him to throw hi* clothe* out there were other ^ lirty riot he* benldeihi* onthegarret floor,hut Icintu* ' vhether he threw them out or net ; he threw hi* ' lothe* doogiide the door where the other thiag* were; * vita* vValdron* bed room i* ni tothe ?tair?: Mm ti W had thrown out her clothe* before Mr. V C. nad; I ook them all down together; there waa a ladiea' frock M imongthepile thrown out by Mr. Van Cott, but whether ,, t wm there before or not, witneea cant tell; the frock va* a light mii*lln; Mi** Waldron wore it on turn*, gen- , rally wh? n going to work; *ke worka out of the hou*? >ut bring* home *ome portion to employ her evening* l' ind morning* on; 1 ha I?" n the frock in the kitchen brme breakf**t. Mm* Waldron waa down there he- n or* bretkhM) but It uk?ntip ?u?in, I told Mm j F / [ERA 1843. W?l<lron when I (nought the frock down alter breaktmt tbtft I thought I h.i I ? en the frock in the kitchen before htriku>t, I w*?he<l thatfrock at the time; Miaa Waldron came ,luvn uiorniDK with her fro?k ou, fully dreSMd; I ? ~u i irn n Uat nvvft me II>! i uu. *4 ? Did you >et- any rlothea on the ipot bolora you piraiil i|i Mr. Van ('oil's clolhea Irom where you aay the irn k nit taken I fiA ?Irani tell you il there wn?, I don't think there w? (llrre the witnea? attempted to explain heraelf, but Mr Joi 'Inn aliaei ved rather taitly that alie w.ianotnn tha tanJ toearuaa the finding ot the dug* ot Mian WaMron ib ?uch atrange pronndty to the linen of the gay plaintilt Tbia made poor K<r.hellook ell aeitsof way* She, be?>vrr, appears to think that aha la doing all lor tho beat, and with honest intention' ] 14 liu y on know what Mi?a W aldron came down to tho kitchen <or b*ioi a hrcaklaat ? A ?I dou't know , I auppoae to get her draaa I roaa t? ..mined by .Mr. OasHaM?I Rot the SUD| asna fro* tnat tnnling larnl, good ualtiitd looking man, with tbia aandy hair, eetting uear the rai inga (pointing to of err Mctiralh), I never aaw tha gentleman in the yellow vta* aira n>g Mr Kdwaida); I did not anawer the door aa <ho evening be railed to a>? Mra. Jackson. Di I )<>u uer aeeany familiarltlea between Mr. Alton Vaa l oit and Mary WaldronT A- I never law any impio|wr conduct offered by the pi t.i.'itt t?> M > W^lliun; I never law her kiaied by him or kana^-D", Mr nothing of that aoit, no?now. H I) Vlr Joans*-Did you ever aee them drink coltoe oat ol tach otber'a cupaT \ V I never .lid (a roar); I never saw them bite each alb'i > ? ' (.ni.'licr roar); I never aaw thorn butter a b other a bi? ?d (almost a shout.) Mr. Joaasa- I am dona. Mr limma-l ibink it waa high time. V r ?an1 h i t railed V .a I'ott an t bia (wife separated a'fiitu. .a"n ml ol Nov< ruber or beginning ol Dej i t t or :dmg i.ent to Mia Van I oil a' er h< r aeparation. Mr. 9 ?a?ani May n pleaae the Coart, the defence ..'nr. ? i'l i t in i it* t<l s.iiislartion, ki l*'? ' bt " led* in blark 'with gold spectacles, b? n ?" tt-nt|) 11 a??ed in reading the "Herald." She wb?ai?fa in leturn, as t a cenfti.ntisl nod lollowa, aa aiacb aa to aay, ' m<iai'? tho word "] r?a tnk rtti^iirr Mr* Httiiir Pu?t, lb* lady in black, iwarn ? I know Mia V.i, i oi b>riai> acquainted with her in lail I ai lr l wrh her in Orchard afreet, together with ni hnafcanil, Itow May IAU, up to tha (all; 1 alto hoarilcd HI ihem in Wllliaitiabuig W Del fun ver m-? Vail Cott, du lOf the time you hoar ?d at hi* l>*u*e, t*he an) lit? ilm witb biawifar A Nothing more than a hwahan.l baa a right to take ?i b l.i. ?(!.. I have no hnowlodge ol bii having iTH to rMiiM fa. r rloih.a, < r To aught clue which might t??> teimi d " indecent fainiliaritiea." I wai gener?ii> a' i "m. Ml ?imrp generally laft in the morning al?>ut nmo off tin o'clock; doea not recolbct whni he uae t to rMnrn. H III" )im iirr urn Mr. Rharp take hokdofMn. Van Call ? A V. a, in Orchard *tre*t,during the abaeiico ol Mr. Van Co'', | woult rather k> MMM in atMiug in what way; I cannot recolbct dtaiiui tly bow it ? a?, betook bold of her bvaom, I cannot recollect bow he did it ; I think Via Van I t'a *la<h< a ?em MM*bat diaorderod, but I am not pomtive; thia waimth" front parlor; I can't tell the hour ot the day. whuber it ?t< in the aorolng, or tha i veiling , I ua> not nii?t*ken in the lactot aeemg bim hanole her Iwom I can't be poaittve that I saw bim do ao MM ttian a M| I have aeen rtbarp more than ouc? t tha houae in Orchard atreat ; ;ant tell tha uumber ot Uaea. An argument of considerable length here followed, at to the light of the plaintiff (a intro luca new iMtimouy. It waa, however, ruled 'own l>y tha Court. Q-ly Mt Jo*d?b-Did you aver aee Mr. Van Colt kiM Mary Whldronf A? I can't pitj that I did, I may have acen him kii* other 1 ait lea* fan wife, but I can't tell who they were; I may have aaen hioi take bold of o'her la <iea, but I cant tell ex ictl) , I do not know that Mr*. Van Cott drcaaed ra'her I '?> lj in rutin queued of her being ubjertto epili ptic li (; I think tt did huit her to bo tight Thii u r r #ai nn.^ru >.nl Inn* an.t r Inat. evamination m to th< conduct ol Mharp toward* Mr? Van Cett, but to' llqu.r.a hn anivrr wa?"n?>n-committal.""lcantMy,* ''I dont knew;" ' iierhapa ao;" 'I'm not poaitive;" "*?n t to it*?which mther pulled the ItaruaJ counael, who aoinew hat re in irkatile for the |*rtlinci'j with which h< aithi-'Nlo a witnen until he can g?t a dirtct an wit either pro or con. But he waa here lairly nunpluaaed, and lu can to uae the tri ma "My Dear Mi'lBm"? "Do try recoil* t ?omething," kc. which ahewed a little tirtarn. The rr??lt ol the eaammatlon waa that ahe waa till* tiling to deacribe a acetic between ftharp and Mra Ven Co't, in the (rent baoemant, it lieing too indelicate? that Mil. Van Cntt dnilaye.l aomedegree of ahum* and roortiflca1 ion, and that Mr fib arp mailo aome rrmaika v? hieh aba could nvt t a induced to repeat Mho lurtoer teatifini that while in Oich^rd afreet a coldnna originated t>et * e. n heraelf and Mra Van roil, about aomething which lir. Bailey had ajiohen? Mia Van Cott auppoain* alio waa cold to her in conaequence, and not a|?i"giai.ig, the broach kreane wi ler; that though no unlrirn lly leeliuf a emiated oa her part,yet ahe w ahed to be diatant, a* alie ha I heaid the atone* which Di B uley had circulated about her. Preeion* ta coming into Court ahe nu t Mra Van < >t' and tol l her aa much aa tha t ahe entet tar <! no unfriendly feeling to Iikt. Q Mi'c you notaaid to Mra Van Cott "My dear little creature I have no unfriendly feeling towarda you " A - Vt'h n the blac* aa an Hiring hia testimony. I aald to hir, "poor t'.eir little thing, I pity you"? I do not recollect aa) ipg any thing more to har. Mr UaaHaia nere olwertred to the Court thai the rourae of tho rauotai in reprimanding the wittieea, waa not proper or legal?that it wai bully lug on the part ol the counael, Mr Joarta, naiag haatily ? A gentleman in u*ing tha term bully, ta in danger of becoming a blackguard Judge Kcar (rapping aery loudly with hia penknife to command aileuce. aa bith the gentlemen were endeavoring to make themaelvea heaid) aaid, I require and cummaud you bo'h to ait down and drop the matter I have patiently liatened to theae fieqoent aide attarkaof counael on earb other They are .tiagracelul and unbecoming I will not (utter it I now command you t > drop thia fair. Mr. OaaNaM?1 hare appealed frequently to the Court for protection loom the aide attacka of that man. and leel I have a right to dafeud myaelf froui any attempt to oen aure me Tho Court haa no right to do m>, and I wiah it to be diatinctly atate4 by tha Court whether I am included in therenaure which it haa luat nroiiouant Judge K??r?Mr. Orahln. I think you ahoqld not pre** thia mailer, hut il vou require it, moat certainly I did inrluilp you in lb* remark* f made Mr OaiHiM ? D'X* you' honor includelk?other man, who oe?i Mien h*r*b ! rnia ' Judge Kkkt ? M"*t cenninly, I .lotLink tkat ha il vary much in fwult, and I di<l wclu le him In my remark Mr. (liiHia -That'* rnoufk , though I fc?l I kavr not deaerved auck crutnrr Mr. Joaeae made wnr remark* about hi* throwing lierk laicrr none* than waethtown at kim. hut lb* Cain otnmandel authoritatively, that nothing further abouM a ??id on the matter. Cioa*-*iamin<tion concluded.?Mia Van Cett aheok hand* with m? , I tell *orry that ahe waa obliged te iwten 10 what the Mark man ani.t Mr. Jitee**, interi u|>ting b?r , Madam, you niw apeak >ur loud enough for ma to hear yon , I am glad el it, and lope you will remember thia during the raet ef the ei animation (?e on Ma'am and anawer my queatien without bringing In your own feeling*, we hare nothing to do with *nrfc thlnga here. Mr. ilitNia oljerted to th* quaatien pat by Mr. Jerrian, and there the matter andrH Q? By Mr OnatM -.What were thaee remark* which you have rhateeteriged ae indelicate. end whkh you *a\ paa*e<< between ftherp and Van i <>tt t A?They were not delic?<* and I den't wieh te repe*' them , Sharp haa been at Van Otfl b> na> frequentl) when Van Cott we* not pieaent Q by Mr. Joatui D j yen recolle t Van Cett than i you about th* rrom to kia* )eu> A-No, I do n?ti I wo Id net keaitate te tell If he ked kiaard me, bnt I do net remember that ha had, Judge Kinv then informed the Jary the) the renrt wee djonrned, and that after thM evening he waald ? aa long a they cfeeired. Coi. Richiid M. - Wf pnblieh, naya he I'm :m1? I, in i BwliMi| wud great pleasure the ollowing letter from C<hu I. Iioit, in antwer te n etierol invitation addreened to him hjr the con |' inttee oi invitation, lit the tn*ude of <%>) K M lohnaon. Th* letter will do*bilrn? b# gr?tifym? i? 1 he Colonel and hi* in my warm admin-re Wnt C'atiiii, r? Oct *T. I Ml Hr Drta *ia? I am in tbr rrc?ip' of yoar laaar < til* Wk If ???M Civ# mo gtcK pl>M?r? nf?i?? and acc?^.i Ik* 1 ion of th. l ommitli* *1 Arrii|ca>?l to mM ) iH i ithlul and rained lrtrad,<ol JikMm, ak? baa arrt been known lo abandon tba trail at an e?#my ar ft a friend. My firal ar<joaiatat>r? ? ? ma<t> w.ih ??.. olonal a raw nunutea al'rr Iba (>?Hb?lUa af ?ba Ht )riot?rr, |h|S. iluog in a Manbat, ua? I aa a litter b>a lot lift <!r> rtcbfJ with hloo.l. My own Uthar bal l><aa taken Irani a iarfa en 4 lent family, hy proluMy tbr iaae ban I. wb? .? Iian loreea, and ?homt ol Jabaaen al Ibta I baa* < to doubt, from an inapectioa al tba had* ! I - ? < iml the laughter*d aoimal ? birb tba < oWael r*4e an ' > lear hiahody, I MM at onre 1a ?be caarlwaian, tkil ka ind Terumaeh wera paraanal rambataata I had purposed lo remain in Ik* ?ima arrlaM Mb I live been paaaing under the aeiit?*nre ?i at ynri.aadl I ailed on lor th# p? f Immaoc# of theae <1ui ?a <> mi j ' peculiar protaaaion I. bowaaar, will, with paaaara me?i I 'ol. John'rn I thank you an<l my otkef friend* tar ikew i mil congratulation* on my raatotalian ta aarrlcr, amd 1 iray you to racaiTc my kindly r< gard*. ( Very truly ?oar?, J D ELLIOTT. Col. J Sidney Jonei, Philadelphia. Siiphkmk Court, Knc?k-ii*.?October T?rm.? i *uesdny, <>ct 31 ?1 he Farmer*' m>d Merbakira' Sankvs Th>>maa J Patt? raon et al?F. M Haigtit < heard Cor the pUintifT; A. Gardiner lor Ihe He pndanta; Mr Hmcht in reply. Lawrenn Hull ad*. Cheater Steven* ?F Ml Ha fhi 'a? h'-arJ for the defendant; A. Divan tor U>* claia- ' tf; Mr Haisht in reply. Tohn Rlodgett vs. Jonathan W?da?i?.?H K a eiaen wnn Heard lor the plaintiff; A (.?4rdiner i?.r 'i ie defendant. Stephen O. Austin, receiver, ?Vc ?* Oeorte Pa!- w ?er.~ Mr. Talcott wu heard for the plaintiff; M. ar 'illmore (or the defendant) Mr Talcott in replj. H % LD. Prle? Tw? c?bta Ta the K?itok or thk. Ufhai.d: ? Siki?I aee hy your i>.ii>er I the 21 instant, 111 the fiublihhed report ?t the Rreai myelin* iu the Park, that my name i* twice rnentioued?once as being awociated with Mikr Wa'ati and hia frienda. dented as having backed Alderman Hnitga Tlii* in opinloi of many tin* eacitad doubt* in the public mind whether I intended to support Mr. WaUh and hi* party, or the ticket regularly nominated by the committee* at Tammany Hall. I bad auppeied that my political rournt would be perfectly underatood and appreciated by my political friend*, t ut aa I find *ome ha*n e&preaxed doubt* of my intention* on that occasion, a word of ? xpianation ha* become receaaary. It i* true that I did go on the atand immediately after Mr. Walah, and with aeveral of hi* friand*, but I went thtra for no other purpoie than to delend it if pouible, aaaiait any organi*ed bund of rowdiea, and maintain it for the uae of the appointed officer* to preiide at the meeting, but I found myiell untupported there by any conftiderable number of my democratic friend*. At th? appointed hour Alderman Brigg* came on the stand, and 1 did protect him to the utmoat ol my ability,In doing which I unstained Mai penonal injury. For the purpoie of removing all doubt* ol my motive*on that occasion, 1 muit aik of yoa the favor to publiih thia note,** alia tho accompanying one from Alderman Brigg*. Reipectfully, Your obedient lervant, HENRY E. RICLL. Dna Sir :? Nr.vr Yore, Nov 3, IMS. Will you do me the favor to itata in aniwer to thi* what part I took on Wedneadajr the l?t imtant at the great meeting in the Park. Your abedient ?ervant, HENRY E. RIELL. ToDaoikl D. Briooi, Eiq. Himit E. Riell, Esq :? Dear Sir?I acknowledge the receipt of your note of this date, requeating me to state what pait you took at the County Meeting held in the Park on the lit inatant. In reply, I would state that when I got on the atand in company with the gentlemen composing the committee of arrangement* from Tammany Hall, I lound you ce-operating with RRid committee, and uaitig every effort to auatain me ua Treaident of laid meeting. Very respectfully your*, DANIEL D- BRIGG8. New Yore, November 3,1843. Jamfs O. Bknnktt, Esq.? Dear Sir s? In reading the account in your paper of the pro ceediugs of a meeting held on Thurkdnv evening by the American Republican party in the Second Avenue, it in stated that a Mr Pentz addressed the meeting I beg leave to state that I was not pre?eut at the said meeting, nor any other meeting held by the a'tove party. 1 am opposed, from principle, to he oppressive measures advocated by the American Kepublican party, and have taken no part whatever in its proceedings The only party which I rupport is the Democratic Republican party. I have altvnys advocated its measures, an a always intend to To those members of the Democratic Republican party who know me, it would be unnecessary lor me to make this statement. Your obedient servant, Dam el C. Prnti. New York, Nov 8,1843. Lath pbom Mexico.?An arrival.atfNew Orleans on the 24th ult., brings advices from Vera Crus to the 5(h. There appears to be, as there always is, a dark political cloud hanging over the fate of Menco ; new troubles seem to spring up before old ones are quieted. The atldirs with Yucatan are not settled, and tbe Commissioners are here, waiting an opportunity to return home, to lell their countrymen again to prerare for war, as their is no doubt hostilities will com ... . I... -.I... .. .nn,?h Ill*-llix no duuii an iiiq ncawici id vowi wiivuqh ivbvuu down iron|ie. The affairs wiili Kngland are anv thing but pacific. The British Minister has informed hia countryman that all correspondence w.ih this Government i? broken oil until he can hear from England. We mav expect a British fleM here soon The new law that prohibit* foreigners from retailing, a-eniH to have caused much excitement among thein misters; what the result will be no one can tell From Havana ?The Helle, arrived yesterday, brings ua Havana papers to the 14th is*t We find lii thrin ttie following local ite ms : To the continued dry weather i f tlie summer bin succeeded the most abuudant mi in and heavy winds; which, in certain portion* of the inland, will prove very injurious to the coffee crop. A letter from Puerto Principe stale* that the ruins and temp sts that hava been experienced since the great drought,came quite unexpected, when the planters thought they were in no danger. At Santiago the aame thing was the case 1 he coffee trees begin to suffer, and ihe rain haa hastened the maturity of the gram, and causing it to fall before it could be gathered. ? the plantation of Booge haa been struck several times by the electric fluid All over the i*laud, the l*cal government is sedulously occupied in making embelliahmenta. At Havana, Snnnago, Paerto Principe, and at other places, either new promeradea are made or old oneaare repaired. 1 he "Faro Industrial" of Havana, of the 11th, publishes a statement of ihe vrsaela in port, from which it a|>peara, that on the 17th of October there were in the harbor 17 ship*, 26 brigs, and 16 schooners only Ihe death of .Toaeph fgnatio Moreno, charged with the administration of the finances of the island. ia announced. He expired on the morning of ihe In h October. The Journalaall over the laland are discussing at ength the discovety and the working of mines.? This branch ol industry, it would seem, ia acquiring a great im|>ortsnce through' utthe country. Modern writrra hnvr tmri th? ir douhtt m In the riiatmcr of cold mine*in Culm, but ihia doubt has diaappeared ?ioc?" iIf (acta published by K anion de la ^agra, in hia Pnyairal, Political aad ^taliM-ical Hiatory of <hat Inland Th retvarchea which hp has made, row ina' ihia mnal la to be* found in large qutnlii?? The roi |>? r minea (hat have been known aiiice 17*7. and which aince that period have turniahedto ne governmmi brorx-d cannon, now luraiah a metal d|m>ii whirh ta placed the highett eatimaie ? Already, in the baatern portion ol the Island, the working la very considerable, and new companies ?re tmnimg to engage in a aimilar branch of induery in the . enire Numberless discoveries have been made in the vicinity of Puerto Principe, and are en1 ?tii?? the attention el t|<eculatora ?N. O. Courier, On n Kiair at Fast H*i>dah, Con* ?We learn that the 0 -kville cot fee Isctoryin baixHaddani waa deatroyed by fire ooTuradayiatternoon The fire ia auppoeed to liner original m the picker room. A part of lie wmrliiiiefy was aav?d in a damaged aiata.? K'ii>dis(, machinery ?n<l ?'o<-k insured lor ?6,000. KlU *r CaTamiUM, C W?A fire broke net oa (he Wui nit in a ramc ol woodeu buildings, n May's hoirl and Henegan'a tavern, do?m yiag five of the beat building* in the place. The im ? f iite hr-men aad a lortnnete change of wind. e? ?ed the greater j?>rtion 01 the village from ii umiiM. A f ???e ?A shaking rase of the fstal 'f|e, i ?t mirwmast* ocosrred in this city last e? W A tine iiltle girl ai hve yesra of age was ao ??i' ? l>e?'? s. as w a?|tM<erd by its mother, as o cauae its dr?ih Front th* evideace before the *i?f? rif r'a i TV I it *mmi thai on W ri n+mtim \t in. h' .1 ! < ?ifk, ih?- mmhfr ot ih* child, whoM ia I.? ch. waa roaaerwig with a. ine colored n??, mill bet hi d ban ma g?eii minr i flrncf, waa mom bru'a ? beaiea. < >a Friday morning the child waa loa 4 dead ia ita bed with the Mood running ?l ol ila raoarh. ?i?' and eara, 'h?- body covered ilk braiaea, and Ha clo'h'aat ickiag to the wound* ?? ibebiwwd <>a? aac wa* out ot joint and on? i n? ar?? r? n bra ?4 Tba ?'fdni ol iha jury waa at lite ?tui?l rantr lo iia iiaa'h by blowa inflicted H Mimr f?r? m to the jury unknown The iahuM?a mi ii?. r baa bee a *rreat?d a a charge of ?atraaey and e mmitted to >a>l fo? t.lree month*. dang which nme wr ho, e pwtif farther Ixhl iray bo bruwa <>a thia a flair.? fVomdewrr Ihrwmrtt. A near ran K< anaav ?The Oneaee Umocrat I'trea a* acawual or aa aitrmit ia tlf trillage ol " ttl. ?a ilie biahi <4 ?b* 2U a iaai , lo r?b Huriburt i>d Kraaer ol a th>i ?l *i? > ie, cnaia aiag #I,W ? rhe moaey heU ?g~<i io ih? i??eriiirii, and waa le?4ia*d lor Sagiwaw I if Iwrftaa i?aytn?ata Hurl urt aad Fra?r leti ii?e boi. while they west lo ?nn>er. aad on their re'arn. the ' -? waa goa* Immediate aaaiwh waa ina<i' without ?u<ce.a, but wo indiaiduaia, ferreaaad Koae, were arreatad on mapicioa The wa? ail'r ward a tound ia a d?ierted jiriry n the a trjea, aad tboa Ferren conemed megao! and mat ol hi* acc <mtiiiee Roar laa eiace beea luily comimtird aad ia aow ia prt>>a ? Ibirotl iMiij .4<ir. .*iMru? ?Chartea B Booth, of Newtown, left I'lliim'rtK-e, the oth rdajr, aeoupJe ol a^iea taken mil a tree bearing wh?t irr fa'led "Hfcudr Island reaiiiafa.** The two apple* were taken tromthe ime twig, growing a I mo. I ia contact aad yci <># ia ior and the other ia aa tweet aa yoa pleaae ?

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