Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 5, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 5, 1844 Page 1
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? I / T H I I I , * Vol. X., Ho. 3 A?Whole Ho. 3S05. To the Public. THE HEW YORK HERALD?daily new*paper-pub1 liihad every day of the year except New Year'e day and , Fourth of July. Price 3 cent* per copy?or 07 36 per anI num?poitage* paid ?rah in advanoe. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday 1 morning?price Of cent* per copy, or M 13 per annumpontage* paid, cash in advance. ADVERTISERS are uilormed that the circulation of the Herald i* over THIRTY THOUSAND, and increasing 1 fait. It hat the largett circulation of any paper in thit city, or the world, and it, therefore, the heit channel for hutinett mm tn the city or country. Price* moderate?ca*h in adI vanca , PRINTING of all kind* executed at the moit moderate priee, and in thb moat elegant ityle. | JAMES GORDON BENNETT. , ' PaovaicToa op the Hekai.o F.stami.uhmepit, Northweat corner of Fulton and Naavau street*. i BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS, Of 1200 tou* and 410 hone power each. Under contract with tb? Lord* of the Admiralty. HI bt.KN I A, Commanded oy C. H. E- Judkine. BRITANNIA. J. Hewitt. CALEDONIA, E. O. Lott. ACADIA, Alexander Ryne, Will aail from Liverpool and Ooaton, vie Halifax, as follows . Fhom Livxareot. Fnosa Boston. ! Caledonia, iDec. 1. Acadia, Nov. 19. Dec. 16. Hiberiua, Dec. 5. Jan. i. Britannia, Jan. 4. Fab. I. , Caledonia, Fab. 5. March 1. 1 Acadia, March 4, April 1 These vessels carry experienced surgeons, and are supplied with Frances'Patent Life Boats. For freight or passage apply ui , . D. BRIGHAM, Jr.. Agent, | ol7r No. 3 Wall st.. New York. a\, TAPSCOTT'b i ' GENERAL EMIORANT PASSAGE OFFICE. ^ jms it is ARHANGEM ENT8F01W844. The subscribers beg to call the attention of their friends and the public generally to their superior arrangements for bringing out rassengers from, and ran itting inouey to all parts of i Knglad, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. .THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS, COMPRISING THE QUEEN OF THE WEST. 1350 tons THE SHERIDAN, 1000 tons. THE ROCHESTER, 1000 tons, i THE GAUltlCK. 1000 ions. THE HOTTINOUER, 1000 tons. S THE HO SCI us, 1000 tons THE LIVERPOOL, 1150 tons. THE 8IDDON8, 1000 ti-ni Bailing from Liverpool twica ever* mouth, and THE UNITED LINE OK CIVERPOOL PACKETS, composed ot superior, first class American packets, auiliug from Liverpool four titnes in each month, are the ships in which those whose passage may beengaged with the subscribers will come out in, and it is a well known f-.ct the above named packets are the most magnificent ships afloat, and the frequency ol thuir sailing, (beingevery five dave) prevents the possibility of passengers being uuueieasarily detained at Liverpool. Regardless of expense, in order to meet the wants ol the public and the wishes of their lrieude, Mr. Win. Tappscott, one of the firm,has gone to Liverpool to superintend the departure for this country Of such persons whose passage may be engaged with the subscribers, a fact, which to those acqusiuted with Mr, W. T., is a sufficient guarantee that they will receirn ererv attention from him. and be quickly aud rouiiortably despatched. BAenid those sent ior decline coming, the passage money wjU be promptly refunded, without auy deduction?as usual. fUunUwmee?Those remitting money can be supplied with druiie at signs, for any amount, pevable free of discount or any otner cwge, in every principal town in England, Ireland, Heoiisnu and Wales ami/ til ey latter, post paid,) to W. * .i7 t. XAPBCOTT, 43 Peck slip. iNew koric?or to lee WM TAPBUOTT, Liverpool. ism iAI l.lrsIV (TV I.IVI'HPnni. PACK k'.'i'H To s&U ifom JN?w York on the ttth and Liverpool on the 11th ?i eacn month 1 ^TTu7 New York. Bltip SiDDONS, Captain E. B. Cobb, 26th December. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain K. Depeyiter, 26til January. Ship GARAICK, Capt. Wm. Skiddy, 26tli Kebtiury. Ship ROSCrUS, Captain John Collins, 26th March. From Livkhfool. Ship B) DDONB, Captaiu A. B. Cobb, 11th February, blup SHERIDAN. Captain F. A. Depeyiter, 11th March. Ship GARR1CK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, 11th April. Snip KOSC1UB, Captain John Collins, 11th May. These ship? an all of the first dais, upwards of 1000 tons, built in the city of New York, with such improvements as combine greet speed with unusual comfort for iiassengers. Every care has been takcu in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of Passage hence is $100, lor which ample stores will be provided These ships are commanded by i experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neither the oapnaiusm oynera of the ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed therel'er. For freight or passage apply to 1 E. K. COLLINS A CO.. 56 South stM New York, or to BROWN. ShlPLEY ?t CO.. Liverpool. 1 Letters by the packets will be charged 12% cents per single heet ; 56 cents pe^ ounce, and newspapers 1 cent rach. J2 ROCHE BROTHERS & CO.'S PASSAGE OFFICE, V FULTON STREET, NF.W YORK. jigy Jfe M PASBAG^FROM LI^HPOOL. In thelollowing Packet Ships, viz:? The NEW YORK, sailiug from Liverpool on the 1st Feb. The COLUMBUS, do do 16th do I. The YORKSHIRE, new. do do 1st March. Tns CAMBRIDGE. do do lfith do Or in any of the Packet! comprising the Old Liue sailing from that port on the lat and 14th of every month. Those sending for their friends will find it to their interests and comfort to Ctromse our Line, as no possible retention on embarking can given. Passage Certificates imt by the ateamahip Hibernia, sailing from Boston on the lat of Janaary, will have plenty of time to prepare to come by the first named packet, or in any o I the above magnificent and unequalled packets. Persona remitting money to the old country can at all tiinea obtain from the subscribers drafts at imht tor anv amount, drawn direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, and oa Messrs. Present!, Grot*, Ames It Co., Bankers, London, which are paid free of discount in every town ihiougtiout England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. For passage, apply to or address (if by letter post paid.) ROoHE BROTHERS It CO.. , d30rc 35 Fulton at, next dour to the Fulton Bank. ARRANGEMENTS KOK 1844. OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE, 108 Piue itml, corner of South. ^ Jft ^TTIT^ubicriber beg* leave to call the attention of hie friends and the public in general, to the Allowing arrangements for 1M4, for the purpose of bringing out cabin, 2d cabin, and steerage passenger*, by the 1 tegular Line of Liverpool Packets, tail ing the let,6th, iuh, 18th. 21stand 26th of every month. By the London PackeA, to sail rim New York, the 1st, 10th and 28th?end from London on the 7th, 17th and 27th of each mouth. In connection with the above, and for the purpose (,f affording still greater facilities to passeugers, the subscriber hat eiJ tablisheu a regular line of thrsl class New York built, c .ppred and copper laagened ships, to sail punctually every week throughout the year. For the accommodation of parsons wishing to remit money to their I uniliea or friends, drafts are given, payable at sight, on the following Baaiks, vis Provincial Bank of Ireland, payable at Cprk, Limerick, Clouiael, Londonderry, Sligo, Wexford, Belfast, Waterford, Galway, Armagh, Athlone, Colerain. Ballina, Tralee, Yonghal, Enuiskillen, Monaghan, Ban bridge, Ballymena, Parsonstown, Downpatri' a, Cavan, Lurgau, Omagh, Dungaunei., Bandon, Ennis, Ballythanno Btrabaiie, Skiberean, Mallow, Moneymore, Ceotchill, Kilrush, Dublin. Scotland?The City Bank of Glasgow. England?Messrs. Spboner, Atwood It Co. Bankers, London; R. Mtarphy. Waterloo Road, Liverpool; payable iu every town in Great Britain. For further information (if by letter, post paid,) apply to JOSEPH McMURUAY, loo Piie street. corner of South. N. Y. Or Messrs. P. W. BYRNES It CO, 36 Waterloo Road. j9 6in*rc Liverpool. TME NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS. Jik BJgK imjr ^Tr^uT from Nev^^jr^21?t, and Iron^iverpool 6ti^)leach saoalli. fVom New York. L'pool. New Ship LIVERPOOL, 1158 tons.j??,l si f \ J. Kldndge JAuq. 21 Oct. 6 N. ship QUEEN OF Tift WEST, ?! J? 1258 tons P. Wooamaw. ffi.ll No* 6 New ship ROCHEBTER.850 tons, \ \\ S John Britton SOet'r 21 Dec r 6 Bhip HOTTINOUER, 1050 tons. ?} \ Ire Bursely, jNov'r21 Jan y 6 Th"v substantial, fas. sailing, first class shipv, all built in the city of New York, are commanded by men oi experience and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 21st ot each month. shTheir cabins are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease aud comfort of passengers. Price of passage, $180. Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be responsible lor say parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular hills of lading are signed therefor. ' er freight or passage appl y to WOOWIOLLIt M1NTURN8. 87 fcouth itrwt, New York, | flo FIELDEN, BROTHERS It CO., I ill ec Liverpool M M M *^ ~new yOK!^RD HAVRCTTokk.TS. Itooud Line?The Shipn of thi* line will hereafter leave New V orlc ou the Ut, and Harm on the 16th of each mouth, aa followa, via r,?'1 ,N? Tow, Fam Haver. New 8hij> ONEIDA, (let March. ( 16th April. Captain J lat July. < 16th Anffuat. m> k ssr"-- i a ssr"?-KLa r?o-l ft Sssu. !.*:i fas*" Ship UTICA, C jat May. r i6th Jane. ._ ? 1!" ??P^mher { 16th October. i Frederick Hewitt, f let Jaekary. / 16th Febrnarr. NewahipSt. NICHOLASX Ut Jnue. 116th July Captain < jit Oetaber. < 16th November. J- B. Pell,/ lit jpebraary. / 16th March. The accommodation! of fhaeeahlda are not lurpaaaed, eoir< lining all that may be required for tomfort. The price cf ca bin paaaafe ia $100. Paiaeneeri will be tnp'ilied with every re. quiiite with the exception of winaa and liqu ra. (Jo'ida intended for theae reaaeli will ba foi arded by the euh cribeia, free from any other than the exu iaea actually incurred on them. For freightor M fflfrJj,. A^u, jest ec No. > Tontine Bnilding, cor. Wall and Water , E NE NI OLD LINE LIVERPOOLWPACKETS. m. m OLD LINE of Packets for Liverpool will h?i3tin> patched in the following order, eicepting that when the sailiug day falls on Sunday, the shine will aail on the succeed ingday, vie? From New York. From Liverpool The CAMBRIDGE, (June 1 July 16 40 tone, < Oct. 1 Not. t( W. C. Barstow.f Feb. 1 Mer. 18 The ENGLAND, (Jane 16 Aug. 1 750 too., (Oct. 16 Dec. 1 S. Bartintt, (Feb. 16 April 1 The OXFORD, (July 1 A"?- }6 800 tone, ( Nov. 1 Dec. lb J. lLithboue, ( March 1 April 16 The MONTEZUMA, (July 16 Sept 1 1000 tone, . (Nov. 16 Jen. 1 A. B. Lowber, f March 16 Mey 1 The EUROPE, (Aug. 1 8spt. 16 611 tone. (Dec. 1 Jan. 16 E. U. Farber, f April I May 16 Tlie NEW YORK, (new) (Aug. 16 Oct. 1 950 rone, ( Dec. 16 Feb. 1 T. B. Cropper,r April 16 June I The COLUMBUS, (Sept. I Oct. 16 700 tone. (Jan. 1 Feb. 16 G. A. Cole, f May 1 June 16 The YORKSHIRE,(new) (Sept. 16 Nov. 1 1040 tone, (Jan. 16 Mar. I D. O. Bailey, (May 16 July 1 Ulnae ehipe are not surpassed in point of elegance or couif9rt in their cabin accommodations, or in their fact tailing qualities by any vessels in the trade. The commanders ere well known as men of character and experience, and the strictest attention will always be paid to promote the coinlort and convenience of lueeeugere. Punctuality, an regards the day of tailing, will be obterved aa heretofore. The price of passage outward it now fixed at Seventy-Five Dollars, for which ample stores of every description will be provided, with the exception of wiuee and liquors, which will be furnished by the stewards, if required. Neither th captain or owners of these ships will be responsible for any letters, parcels, or packages sent by tliem unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage, apply to GOODHUE It CO, 66 South st. C, H. MARSHALL, 38 Burling slip. N. Y. l?9tf and of BARING. BROTHfcRS k CO.. Lspool. OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. 61 SOUTH STREET, NEW YORK. ^ ^ Pa?>-\kc can ba engaged fromLiTerpool by the follow him did ;>acket ahipa compriiiiig the Old Black Ball Lineot Packets sailing a* uuaer. S-.?'i From Liverpool. The ship COLUMBUS, Captain Cole, on the l?th F< hruary. The ship YORK8111 UK. (new) Bailey, on the 1st Murch. The ship CAM BRIDGE, Capt. barstow, 16th March. Thesliip ENGLAND. Captain Bartlett, 1st April. The ship OXFORD, Captain Ralhhnue, 18th April. The ship MONTEZUMA. Captain Lowber, 1st May. The ship EUROPE. Captain Kurber, 16th May. The ship NEW YORK, Captain Cropper, 1st June. In addition to the ahovesuperior ships, the subscriber's agents will have a succession of tir*r class Ami ricau ships dospali hetl, as customary, from Liverpool, every four or five days throughout th? year, to the diff reut ports in the United States, by which passage can be s- cured at reduced lares. Tnose sending for their frieuds res.idi'g in Great Britain and Irelsud, may rely that every care will lie taken to mnk? passengers as comfortable as they can reasonably expect, and should die passengers not come out, the passage money will be promptly refunded. Drafts can as usual he furnished payable at ilu* National and Provincial Banks of Ireland and branch's; Eastern 15 ink of Pcot'aiid and biauchea; and on M sari. J. bill. Son Ik Co., Bankers, London; M*ssrs. J. Bamed Ik Co., Bankers, Liverpool, which are payable throughout England and Wales. For further particulars apply (if by letter post paid) to JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South street, near Wa'l street. N. B. Pa-sage to Liverpool and London canatal! times be engaged by the regular packet ships, sailing for Liverpool every five days, and to London en the 1st, 10th and 20th of each month on application as aaove. j 12 ec TTAN m, AND^^YOE IRELAND. 8tc. We beg to inform our frieuds in Norwich, Con., and its vici nity, that we have appointed Mr. JOHN McCLELLAND, of that city, as oar ngeut Persons sending for their ndativrs. or reraiiting money to the old country, will find it their intereit and their friends comfort, to give him a call. ROCHE BROTHERS Ik CO.. j 19 3tce 33 Ku I ton it eet, New York. MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS. m m ML m. The undermentioned ships wiU be regularly dismtched from hence au the lat, and from Marseilles on the 3th of each mouth during the year as follows From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA, Capt. Brown, Dec. 1 Feb. 5 TRESCOTT, ( "apt. Myrick, Jan. I March 5 H'RY THOMI'SON.Capt.Sylvester, Feb. I. April 5 HELLESPONT, Capt. Adams, March 1. May 3 CORIOLANUS, Capt.Haile, April 1. June3 They are all coppered and copper fastened, and have excellent accommodations Tor passengers. The price of cabin passage will be $100, exclusive of wines and liquors. Goous addressed to the agents, BOYD k HINCKEN. will b? fongarued free of other charges than those actually paid. For freight or passage apply to LAMniENCj? It PHELPS. 103 Front street or to BOYD fc HINCKEN, Agents, m26r No 9 Tontine Buildings. FOR NEW ORLEANS. LOUWIANN A AND NEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS ^ m m. For'the better accommodation of shippers, it is utauded to despatch a xhip from this port on the 1st, 3th, 10th, 15th, 20th, aiid 25th of each mouth, commencing the 10th October and continuing until May, wheu regular days vvj II be appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby great delays and disappoint ments will be prevented during the summer months The fol lowing ships will commence this arraugementi Ship YAZOO. Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jackson. Ship MISSISSIPPI. Captain Hilliard. Ship LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SHAKSPKAKE, Captain Miner. Ship'GASTON, Captain Latham. Ship HUNTS VmLE. Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULOEE, Captain Lravitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mulford. These ships were all built in the city of New York, expressly for packets, are of light draft of water, have receutly been newly coppered and put in splendid order, with accommodations for passengers unequalled for comfort. They are commanded by experienced masters, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. They will at all times be towed up and down the Mississippi by steamboats. Neither the owners or captains of these ships will be responsible for jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plat(d ware, or for anv letters, |nrcel or package, seut by or put on board of them, unless regular bills of lading are taken Tor the same and the value thereon repressed. For freight or passage apply to E. KTcOLLiNS k CO.. 56 South st? or nut i iv to u/iirwvuirL'L' i . ... a Orleaut. who will promptly forward all goods to llirir address The ships or this line are warranted to sail punctually as ad vertised, and great care will be taken to hare tlie goods correct ly measured. rn4 WINTER AUKANOtMENT-KUR ALBANY, Via BRIDUKPORT and *a?k^ a|l Housstonic St Wr.stf.rn gSsna^HaiLDKoaDs, tally, 8uudayt.^H^^B SkJKjL Excepted. 3H* Passengers Tor Albany by this t'ioute will take the new and elegant steamboat E(JUKKA, Capt J L. Fitch. which leares New York from foot Liberty st. Saturday looming at halfpast 6 o'clock, for Bridgeport, thence by the Housatonic and Western Railroads, without change ?l cars or baggage crates, to Albany, arming same evening at o'clock. Fare through $5. For passage or Freight, apply on board, or at the office, foot of Liberty street. (J. M. PERRY, Agent. jlHec PATERSON RAILROAD. ' FroUpatersou'to Jersey On and after Monday, Oct. 2i, 1843, the ears will leave PsTsason DaraT. Leave New Yoag I A. M. 8 A. M. IVM. 'V r-..MThe Monday Trains will be discontinued until further noice. 1'ransportation cart leave daily (Bnndaye elected.) Passengers are advised to be at the Ferry, foot of Courtlaudi street, i\ few minutes before the stated liours of departure jylf Bin* WftWIUM ANU PHILADELPHIA It A .tOAUMMS DIRECT, Fog Nrwann, Nrwaatiisswu-g, PnincgTots, Tartsron, BoaitaisTowis Ann Buhlinuton. ?M>iaa u THROUOH IN 81* HOURS. Leaving .New York daily from the foot of Couulandt st aeunV?'* A- M.?Mail Pilot Line at 4X I'- VI. 1 he Morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. oiT.'", ^k'ne Proceeds direct to Csmdea (opposite to Philadelphia) without change'of cars. Passengers will procurs their tickers at the office foot of Uourtlandt street, where s commodious steamboat, will be m readiness, with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wihont being opened by the way Each train is provided with a car in which are apartments and dressing rooms ei <r?sslv for the ladies' use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Wallot street, bv steamboat to Bordentown at 7 o clock, A. M. sad by railroad from Camden, at 5 o'olock, P. M. The lines for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at IK A. M., and 4 P. M. being a eontkinatinn of the lines from New Yocb " ADAMS ite GO'S OVERLAND PACK AGE EXPRESS, TO BOSTON. VIA BRIDOF.PORT WEST *TC)Ch Hill DUE, HPRINOHELD AND WORCESTER. ADAMS It CO. will forward dailv. hv cWySSy fpth'r own Ei press Trams Light Packages of 'wMsr"Si"w Merchandise for any of the above places, runi lug tuiougli with the utmoit rapidity and raguUritv. Their First Express will leave their office, 7 Wtll street, To-morrow Morning at 9 o'clock precisely. Persies desirous of availing themselves of this conveyance, are requested to tend their packages to the office the evening This arrangement will l>* continued until the opening of the Sound Navigation.?February 2, 18-1 <. ft ADAMS k CO , 7 Wall ltr,et .MM 0m 8TATKN ISLAND KEltKY, HOOT d23^3?0K WHITEHALL ST.?The steamboat 2K3H3E.8TATKN ISLANDERwillleave New York ind Stateu Island, on and alter October 2d, a* follows, until further notice Leave Staten Island at IM, 10, a. St., 2, 4, r. M. Leave New York at 9, 12%, 1" mm- pasil. 1%. N. B.?On Sundays the boat will leave at II instead of 12%. All freight shipped is required to be particularly marked sad .a at the risk of the owners thereof. stOtfr MOOT AND SHOE STORE. ?M0HVrJOH.V HEADY respectfully informs his Iriends andthe public, that hn has commenced business in the above line, at fin. 99 Nassau street, where he will thankfully receive and faithfully eiecute. all orders he may be favored with on the meet reasonable terms (or cash. fttr W YC :w YORK. MONDAY MO AMERICAN HOTEL, PHILADELPHIA. rpHlS ii?w house is aitua'ed on Chsstnut street, oppoeite the 1 8ute H.IU e (Independence Square.) and iu the immediate nitjr of all the iasWouable places of amusement and reiurt. It ha* bean built in the moit thorough manner, by John J. Ridrway, Eaq.,?nd contain* upwards of one hundred rpoiri, many of which are p>rlor% with bedroom* adjoining, (Ultabla lor families, and parties , f ladies and jmatlemen It will be furnishetl throughout, (without regard to expense) with new ami elegant lurnituie of inn most approved style, and opened for the reception of the travelling public,on the tirsl day of March next. The proprietors flatter themselves, that their long experience in the business, will suable them to conduct the American Hotel, iu all its departments, in such a manner a* will please the moet fastidious, and uun.aniee to their guests every comfort and luxury, that cuu he found in any rlolsl iu the United Slates. N B ?Bathing Kooms are attached to the llotel, where warm aud cold water bathe will at all timee be iu readinese. HEN It Y A CHARTER. ? C. JAMES MAC LELLAN, { 0Pn?<??January 15th. 18U j 15 3rorc A CARD. PHENIX EXCHANGE. SNEDECOR AND THOMPSON, INKORM ihtir nuairrouefriends, that they have taken and refillsd the popular Refectory on the 8. W. corner of Pine and Nassau streets, known as the "PHENIX EXCHANGE," aud arr determined to keep the choicest liquors and segari to be fouod in the citv. Those who appreciate a superior glass of Brandy or Gin, arc requested to call and try a very fine article Jtlst received THE DINING DEPARTMENT ia completely re o ized, and those who wisti a good dinner, well served, can n be accommodated at moderate charges. As the proprietors resolved to keep a first rate house, they respectfully requs' patronage of their friends and the public, as long as thev >! belbaud to deseive it. ISAAC 8 SNEDECOR, AUSTIN D. THOMPSON. N B.?The LUNCH, at the Bir, will lie served up every dsy between :0 and II o'clock, A. M. Oysters in evrrv style? at all hoars of the nay. j 14 Raw is4w? re HAVANA MANSION HOUSE HOTEL. 11 ir. imunllKliru mi. "I urcrjIUD (41 iniorm ni* inetlUS (UOO ins public, that the Mauaion House i> now located in luqctisidor street, No. 67. iu the vitinit] *f the steamboat landing and vegetable ui.uket, having commodious family apartments arranged in the ueatest order. A person is employed to procure permits to land passengers, baggage, Ve who will board vessels immediately after the visit of the revenue officers. N. B.?Visitors to this Island should proem* a passport from the Spanish Consul, at tno port of embarkation, to obv iate difficulties and inconvenience stl Since* 'VILLIAM PULTON. ENGL18H A DV EK T1SEMENT. T ONDON-ST. KATHARINE'* HOTEL, opposite the JL' St. Katharim*'* Dock (?at?s, end near the Koyal Mint. THOMAS LENNEY, lat? titnef Steward or the British Uuecn Steamship, respectfully mloirns hisfriends iu theUuited States, that he lias the management of the above new anil elegant establish > ent, which is limit ..nd lurnished regardless of espouse, and is in every re?t>ect adapt -d for the receptiou of families and gentlemen visiting Kuglsiid, na the hotel fronts that pail of the dock ill which the hum and most of the other Atneric iu vessels lav, and is witlua live ruiuutes v.alk of the Dank and Koyal Ktciiange. The house will be conducted on liberal nuJ economical principles Tnc On dee Room is suppli* I with the Lotdjw. American, East Isdsui and CmmM pspna The Viands, Wines, Ike. are ol tlie nrst i|ua|ny. A good Billiard Room sud Warm Oaths will tn lound in the house tieutlemen may contract by the week or month lor board, Ike on the sume terms as iu A inertes. T LENNEY hess to assure those who may honor him with their patronage that nothing she1! he wanting to render them comfortable, and by atUiltiou to the wishes of his guests, hopes to merit that confidence nud good will so liberally bestowtd on him whm steward of tlie British Qnnen. dUr DISBROW'S RIDING SCHOOL, 408 BOWERY, you LADIES from 9 A. M, to J r. M. daily. " Vox (Jentlemen " 3 to 5and T to P. M. daily. (Evening Class.) 13 Lrtsont $9 00 ! 30 Ridiu |10 0e Single do 1 00 j single 75 Tni* Dressing and Urawtug Rooms ar? well warmed, aud every attention devoteiPln the omfortol tlloi" w ,j may iionor ns wilfl their patrouage. (Jeullernen Keeping their horses on livery at this establishment, will have the privilege of riding them m the School. n!5 im*T DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAITS, AK the most exquisite tone aud finish, poisestiug all i he colors '-'of life, by A. F. THOMPSON fcC'l., No. 11 Park Row, opposite the Astor House Daguerreotype Apparatus, Plates, Cases Chemicals, kc , for sale. Instructions given iu the art. J18 lm*m FIRST PREMIUM DAGUERREOTYPES. DLUMBE Dagu- rrian Osllery ol Patent Premium Colored A Photograph*, 351 Broadway, above Murray street. New York?Awarded the first premium and highest honor, by Aine rieau and Franklin Institues, for the most beautiful colored Dagurrrotypes ever exhibited. ''Pro<essor Plumhe, the 'American Daguerre ' whose fame as the first Photographer in the world, is familiar, not ouly here, but iu Europe; aud whose laurels have recently been iiicrcu'd by the pub ic testimony of the American and Franklin Iustilutes, declaring his colored Photographs the most beautiful ever exhibited has, from a liberal desire to place his superb portraits withiu the reich of all. just reduced his terms to the lowest rate* of the most indifferent arusts in the city. We advise all to examine his fine gallery ol specimen#, which the world cannot equal.351 Broadway "?New York Express. Plnutbe s Premium aud Oarman Apparatus aud Instruction Plate*. Cases, kc , at the lowest rates. j 19 lmdykwy'rc UNITED STATES DAGUERK1AN GALLERY, 113 Broadway, up stairs.?E. WHITE would respectfully call the attention of citizens and strang-rs, visiting the city to his pl'iirlidcollection "f Daguerreotyr>ePortrait*,?ius le or in groan* froui two to fourteen pe sons on the same plot*, which for beauty and accuracy of delineation cannot be snrimised Portraits taken in all kinds of weather, either with orwithonl colors. The American lastitnte at its late eihibiiion awarded Mr. White the first premium for the best Dagnerreotype likeness for froopingand general effect, which is but another proof of the superiority of iris portraits. Mr. "White ia sole agent in New York for the very aupenor imported Herman Cameras , and at no other establishment ia this city or State can they be obtained. N. B-?Imported Herman Camaras; also. Trench and Amen can Instruments of the very beat quality, with Plate Cases. Chemicals, Polishing Materials, kc., kc., always oil hand, for sale at ihe very lowest prices. nT Jin*m jpfA FOR SALE?The large and spacious Dwelling ffrTw House and lot of ground, occup ed by the subscriber, XkA, No. 7(3 Broadway, corner ol Astor Place. Th* house is 4" feet 10 inches front on Broadway, 82 feet 6 incur, .men uii irir, nnu jj ir. in uicnes u-ep, exclusive ol a covered gallery in the retf, 8 feet deep and extending the whole breadth of the house. There are four roema on the first floor, with an extensive hall, large pentriei, clo-ets, 8tc. The second storv contains live large roonia, with a Urge hall. More roomi, drr.sint rooini, l>antriea, 8ic. The third or attic atory ia divided into live large rooms, with fir* places, store r-nmi, &c The basement floor c. mains six roouii, with a b ith room and other con rau leucea The under cellar is 8 fret high, and is divided into apartments I'o- coal, vegetables, wine., Xc. It believed that the house is one of the best planned and most comfortable in lha city. It mty be seen between the hours of It and 1 o'clock. For farther particulars apply to F. B. Cutting, No. it Wall str-et, or to O. CU I'TINU, j 10 2w*rrc 718 Urnadw.iv. M* FOR SALE?Ths piece of land, aousisting ol about JpKgl 8 acraa, aitna'e in the village of Fort Lee, on the vVest aiL. Iiank of the Huds >n Hirer, and known aa " The Or . hard." On the premises ;tre three Cottages, all in goon o der. 1 he land is su Orchard of Apple and Cherry Trees, of excellent quality '.'is in good fence, and escellrnt condition. A Uo.k Slid water trout nie cnnect. d villi it. Also?a piece of land in lie same village, and West of and opposite 11 the Orchari, consisting of about 7 acres, known as the ' Jdoore propeity." On this place are two dwrl.iug houses, and a large portion of it is in good cultivation. Also?the property in the same village fronting on the river known as Long lloek, consisting of Howards of 51 acre*. On the premises is a substantial Dock, and a small dwelling hou-r and barn. This propeily lag undergone tspetisi ve improvemeuts, in fences, roads, stone walla, fcc., and includes a valuable water front. F. R. 1'lLLOU, n Imrrc :i? Wall St BROWN 8t CO.'8 One I'nce Ilat Store, i78 Ch it ham JpBu Square, corner of Mott stieet, where f'thion, beauty, durability and economy are combined to adorn the head ihe proprietors have the pleasure to offer a new style of hit,the imitation of beaver, which closely rrsemblc ihoae formerly sold for %i and $6, at the low lixed price of S3. 'J ho.e, who from lucli nation or necessity are indued to study economy in that indispensable article of dre.s, have now an opportunity of doing so, and still keep up the nppearance of the inost fashionable. Hrown (tCu., in presenting this hat to tne piihiic, rhink thav have nearly reached the u if l in on in of lieautv. cheanuest. neatness. durability and comfort tlM weiwr. All aalea are Tor cub, therefore no good cuatnmer imyn lor loaaei iururrrd ?y Hip bad BROWN fit CO. 178 Chatham Square, J4 lui*m Corner of Mort. afreet <1 ~ PHKNIX iiOHHK BAZ\AR-Noi. ISO and 191, Mercer itrpet?WILLIAM COWAN rejpectfully ' I ^ > ml->run hii friend* aud the I'll''lie gen-rally, that lie lia* run-red into Copar narahip with THO MAS II. 01 UK 8, under the nrin of' ?? M & llilkit, II ivin( taken the Urge and imh nodioua li-e-proof at li'ea No?. 181 and 1*11 Merrer nteet, (one door North ot Hie rlter,) mid made egtentive additions, alieratiuni and improvement! in the aame they hare opened the i Riahlinhin-ui unuer the above

title for the ?-ile of Hor>ea, Cairingea, Sl-iga, larneta. Sad dl-ry, itc. ai Politic Auction and Piivate Sale ; a'ao for the ac eiimmndaliiiii of dt il r'? horm-i it priv iteaale uid liver i h<>ra"? W. Coenii rakea thH opportunity to return thanka lor the very liberal patronage bilowed on him while proprietor of tie " llorae Barjur."Croaby Its< ', and in toliciliiit the patronage of lua old Inendi and the public in general for the new rataliiiahmrut. he auutea iheui that no exertion ' all be wanting on hia part, or that of laia partner, Thin II Dilka, to merit a i oulinuanc- ol public lav ir. C. It I) flatter themarlvea that, the arringemenra lliay have made will mertthe entire approhation of the public, having acominodatioiia for over thin Huudred -ota'a, in aatyleun urpaaiel by any eilablialnnent of tie kiml in the United Stater ; al>o large and convenient lofti for the gale of carrirgea of all dracriptiona, lleigha, hai.ega, 8ra. The rerular public aalea at thia eauhlialiment will be held ou ev-rv TUKHDAY throughout the year. The fint aale will take place ou TUKHDAY, Kebruary 13th coininenring at II o cl ck, with I irriayet, Hariieia, kc All lloraea iiitended for th a tale mutt be regiite.'rd previoui toMonday Kebruary 12, atC o'clock, P, M. The public are invited to call and raarnine the premiaea (;OWAN It DILKH, II I3*ec Propr-eton "T~ M)OK AT TH1M. ULNTLhMK.N'H CUHK SOLK BOOTS, the beat of J quality no Do W ater Proof Ooota do I 00 Do Light Ktench Callakin Uoota do- $3 to 4 00 i/o Ilium nunnrruvmlion, Willi lealer iOlfa 110 "n I*l?in Rubber* SO Do Dancing I'ump* l no Do Dancing trailers I 95 Do Worked Sboi 1 08 Anil nil oilier kinds of Boot* nml Shoe* in fa<hiou; Ladies' (Jailer Boot*, Bntkin*, Slipper*, Tim, limited Shoes, Frunell* Shoe*, wliit* mid black Sitin Slipper* Button Shot*, lodi* Rubber Strap-furird plain, nod all o h>r kind* of Over Sho-?; Clog*, Mo renin*, and the greatest ***ortment of But'* B< ot? and shoe*; Mi**ei' and Children**, of all kind* to be found in the world , all of our own ina ul'ieture, and the beat of French good*, and warrautrd to be the heat, and aa clwnp a* the cheapest, at M7 Broadw?y, correr of Kranklin street. jW Iro'rc GRKOOHY it CAHILL, 3?T Broadway. BOOTS?WATER PROOK Double andCork Solea, If Ktench and native cull and patent rcrew tap*; warrint-d V good line cilf boot* for men; boy'* and children'* do, coarse water boots and aboe* of a|l aorta anil ?i/.e* N. B.?Ltdiea, Miaieiand Children's gaiter boots, shoe* and bntknra, double and sinele aole?, and ol every color and shade. Lade s. (Jenls, Misses nid Children'* water proof India Rubber oeershne* of the latest stvle, all of which will lie aold rip aper than at any other itore in thia city. Napoleon lap boot*.$1 a pair. J. S. WALKER, 419 Broadway, ji !n*ec kCorncr of Canal it. IRK 1 iRNING, FEBRUARY 5, 11 SINGULAR DEVELOPMENTS Iff Society, Politics, Religion ami Philosophy. Progress of Fourierism. The following articles are extracted from the JVfie York Tribune, published by Horace Greeley, and the Skaneattlci Communitirt, published at Mottville, Onondaga county, by a society there? showing the extraordinary spread of the new social and religious revolution, which has been set on foot by Horace Greeley and Albert Brisbane in this country, on the principles of Charles Fourier, the supposed new saviour of the world. Meetings for Social Ke-organlzatlon. [From the Skaneatelci Communitiit.f Delaware Co., Pa., Dec. 2H, 1843. Friend Garrison If it meets with your approbation, I propose giving your readers a description of a serieH of community meetings, recently held in Philadelphia, Wilmington, State of Delaware, and Chester Co., Pa. Community meetings were held on the evenings of the Decade. Our eloquent friend, Mrs. Rose, addressed the audience the first evening, explanatory of the laws of human nature, and of the prinI ciples of community. She showed clearly, that man is not an individual, apart from the race; that he cannot attain his destiny alone, but that it is bound up with that of the whole ; t at he is more a part of the great universal man, than a perfect individual man; that he is a social, as well as a mental and physical being; that he is a part of society, and has his character formed for nim by society, and not by himself; and that he can only advance towards his ultimate happy destiny in haimony with society?with the race of which he is part. A few remarks were then made by J. A. Collins, showing that the claim to exclusive individual property, even in the most limited sense, is not founded in right, but is u usurpation of right. On the -1th Dec., a number of Community friends met at the house of .fames Mott, by the kind invitation of our dea; friend Lucretia. These social meetings were of the freest and most interesting kind, and at them the principles of Community ware prettv well developed. Heine disannointed in the nrnenrem??rii of n house, the convention did not meet again till the morning of Dec. 8th ; and was of the freest possible spirit?and the feeling of the members towards each other of the kindest nature. We had no presiding officer, all feeling that the best order would be preserved by each preserving it in his and her own person. An individual present, James Sellers, Jr..volunteered to perform the dunes of secretary. No resolutions were offered, and no votes taken. The idea of majorities overruling minorities seemed to be for the time entirely repudiated. The evils of society, as necessarily growing out of the present organization of society, were descanted upon; the remedy, or principles of community: the natural laws of man's organization examined into ; a re-organization of society on those principles and laws predicated ; questions asked, and diversities of opinion expressed, all in perfect kindness. At the close of the convention, our friend Collins made a statement of the condition, character and wants of the community at Skaneateles. Appeals were made for assistance, which were heartily responded to by those present. Watches were offered by those who had not, or could not give money. Your friend, Samuel Sellers, Jr. Marlboro' community, onto. My Dear Community Friends?Knowing that you will be interested in all that relates to community, I will send you a line in relation to this. This Community started under very great disadvantages ; has met severe losses by death; and some have left, leaving the community in u critical situation for a time, but those who remain are firm, steadfast, and faithful; and 1 have no doubt will soon be joined by others, till their great idea shall be realized. They have now about 800 acres of land, favorable to the growth of wheat, corn, fruit and other necessaries of life, with the prosjiect in a short tiu>e, of purchasing a farm adjoining, upon which is a water power, together with that now on the place, will be nearly equal to one through the year. The comparative absence of care, the constant I efc-eflftiliu-ss of the company, the regularity of the labor, the simplicity of their diet, gives them a look of contentedness, happiness, calmness, and heavenly blessedness, that sends a wave of joy across the soul, which must be seen and felt to be understood. Altogether, this is one of the most blessed spots that ever adorned the face of the earth. Only extend the Community over the world and our idea of the millennium is fully realized. The 44 Redemption of all nations is a great Community-" They rise at a regular hour in the morning, attend to the usual domestic concerns of a farm, breakfast at a regular hour, find occupation till noon ?when they all meet in social enjoyment for a short time, and in the alternoon, between labor, social enjoyment und intellectual improvement, the time passes till evening. Vocal music, accompanied by the flute and accordeon, add to the cheerfulness and happiness of the social band. God speed the day t/hen the world shall be bespangled by communities, as the heavens ubove are by the glittering constellations. In community, love und labor, yours forever, John O. Wattles. true marriage. What is ill It is not a freak of passion?a flame of lust, which burns, and rages with an ail-consunung fury?a contract, or an agreement merely: entered upon outwardly by the parties; not a legal ceremony ; nor a priestly solemnization; nor any ceremony at all. It is a fact in the soul. It is founded on distinct attributes, and must he a demand of our nature, so long as those attributes remain elements of_ our being. It is an inter-cominingling an inter-identity of spirit with spirit. It then becomes the begotten of love and chastity, by a holy generation. It is a marriage which knows not nor admits of divorce. It endures even 011 to death. It exists, und can only exist, at the same time, between two individuals No fire of concupiscience?nor thirst for honor or pomp of riches; no legal thongs, nor squire's fustian, nor priest's incantations, can thus hind spirits in sacretl matrimony. John Orvis. man a gardner. Kilen is a garden, not a farm ; and Adam not an hushandinan, hut a gardener. Tillage, pasturage, involve trade, slaughter, servitude, and lucre. The divine man dwells amidst gardens and orchards, n grower of plants and fruits : a handler of spades anil pruning knives ; not a goader nor throttler of oxen, nor stripper of udders, nor scavenger of cattle, nor feeder of swine. Husbandry, pasturage, trade and wages, are lapses from primeval innoceucy; the doom of expulsion from Paradise. 'Tis of toils and eornpelilions that guile and extortion are horn, and lust of gain is the progenitor of guilt. Not in tinstir of towns, of bales and hanks, chapmen and publicans, breathes honesty, hut harvests indigenous bread from virgin soils, amidst hills and waters. A. Brownson Ai.cott. excu'sivk property hoi.dino Is the original sin. From this primal wrong has originated the free whose branches are an embodiment ol all the evils nnd crimes that curse the world. Some ancient writer more concisely expressed the same idea, by saying that the "love of money" (exclusive property holding) "is the root of all evil." And to protect themselves against this oppressed class in society the land holders or capitalists, public and popular pirates, have originated civil governments, the implements of war, courts, jails, prisons, the priesthood and the gallows ?and from behind such a formidable defence they bid defiance to all those who would disturb them in the continuance of their systematized robbery and murder. Who does not see that the landholder is a robber; ths first robber; that all other robbery find theft which human laws punish as crime, are committed from necessity. Hence to held trie land exclusively is the " first transgression." Those who labor for capitalists do not nereeive their slavery so readily, as if a claim to tlieir bodies were instituted, because it is more subtle and complex. There is before them the illusion thnt they enjoy liberty, when in fact, they are only privileged with a little latitude in the choice of their masters. They are compelled to sell themselves to the public plunderer, by the day, the month, and the year, merely to live, to stay on the earth, their own birthright and common inheritance And this condition is called the freedom of the laboring classes! .Magnanimous freedom ! Freedom to beg of robbers the gracious privilege of being slaves, for the sake of feeding upon a morsel of that which bounteous nature declares your own. All exclusive titles to property are alike fraudulent ; they are all derived from (hat old code of tyrants, " might gives the right"?they are a brute force guaranty?certificates of piracy and bloodshed ?titles to the soil, out of which all other titles grow, are traceable to governments established by conquest. The aboriginal inhabitants are driven SERA 344. away or destroyed, tin* land wlitcli they occupied I ia seized and void in the market hy a piruticul go- I vernment?a robber's title to the same is given the t purchaser, with a pledge to defend him in ita quiet 1 possession against universal humanity to whom it t belongs. To cull the attention of the world to tins 1 huge central fact in the dark system of wrong and ] crime, is the appropriate labor of every genuine reformer. When the earth is redeemed and restored, undivided to the universal race, then will universal I mun be redeemed and saved from physical disease, t mental imbecility and moral degradation. Then I will he walk the earth in divine beauty?and to- ward his fellow, every pulsation of his mighty i heart, will be holy love. ICzha C. Smith, who sit all. save us 1 To follow the example of Jesus, or Paul, or other men, is following a shadow To set an example for others to follow is no man's business. It is best V\r no tn tm*? unil ricrht ht>PUUMP In hi* nthfirWIHP. is to be false and at war with ourselves and our neighbor. We might us well live a true life as to talk about some one's having lived it. Let no one wait longer for a Savior to come other than through himself. There are those who ask, "Who shall reform us 1" Every one must reform himself, or he never will be reformed. He who truly saves himself saves the world. The world is full of managing busy bodies, whose time is so inuch occupied in ruling over and preaching to others, and Keeping them out of mischief, that they have no time left to rile over and keep themselves, lie who takes the world upon his shoulders may expect to have a broken back. There is no magical antidote for sin in the physical blood of Jesus, nor in the blood of any man.? If Jesus yielded up his physical life rather than the truth it was his life to live?his love for universal man?he acted heroicully and proved his truthfulness, and inspired others with that love-spirit which he possessed. This was all the salvation there was in the matter. And any man who does the same is us much a .Savior to all men as Jesus was. There is that in every man which says be right, be true, let love and harmony reign in and around you. This voice is mightier than the voice of Jesus and all men?is of higher authority than nil bibles, scriptures, records and histories united. Listen thou, O man, to this voice before any other.? As thou art true to it, so art thou saved. It is thy life?thy guardiun angel?the inspiration of the "Divinity which stirs within us." Joseph A. Whitmaksh. i?eht?money. No man ever did nor ever will pay u just debt with money. Every |>erson owes a debt to his fellow which money cannot pay, and this is the only debt lie owes or ran owe. All banks and monied institutions are great counterfeiting and gambling establishments; and if tliey confined their circulation to gold und silver they would be none the less so. And the presidents and directors of these minks ure great counterfeiters. gamblers and swindlers. And if any men on tne face of the earth ought to be branded as robbers and outlaws and imprisoned, they, above all others, are the men. The greatest robbers are lound among those who enrich or are striving to enrich and aggrandize themselves by means which the law justifies, on the toil of others W. ! [From the New York Tribune J the associations. We frequently receive letters inquiring us to the location, condition and prospects ot this or that Association, formed with the view of realizing the advantages of a scientific arrangement of industry, of complete education, und the social relations.? These letters, many of them requiring sheets for their satisfactory answer, wc have not time to reply to in detail; often, indeed, we have not nearI lu nil ih? infnrniutuin rpiimri'il ill our nossessioil. propose* instead to give a general outline sketch I of what is doing in each case, so far as we have knowledge. We begin with the west Roxminv community. ! This was commenced some two years ago, by a few idealists and scholarly persons who had become dissatisfied with the usual way of life, having at their head Rev. George 1? ipley, hitherto a popular Unitarian paster of a large society in Boston. The location is near the western border of Koxbury, Mass., and three miles from the Providence Railroad at Dedliam. This Association was started without any clear method, by people little fitted for any kind of work but teaching, to which they were mainly addicted. They have since swelled their numbers to some seventy persons, of whom about thirty ure pupils in their school, which is one of rare excellence, conducted with perfect success on the plan of avoiding and rejecting all corporeal punishment and even angry words. Their farm ot two hundred acres has been put in excellent order and greatly improved in value; several houses have beeu built?(a. capital error, as the money spent in one would have given them twice the room, con. veuience and comfort, with a large saving of labor und fuel in all times.) They have at length been led by experience to the conviction that tne industrial mechanism of Fourier's system is essential, and they mean to adopt it forthwith. They are now ready und eager to receive new members? mechanics, artisans, dec.?who can bring skilful hands and willing hearts to co-o|>erute in their undertaking. They hope to make a complete trnnsfoiaiation within a year, so as to exhibit the basis at least of a Fourier Phulanx. There are probably more cultivated und enlightened minds here than at any other Association; the social circle is delightful, and the advantages for education and mental culture superior, but their industrial elliciency has not hitherto been adequate to their other good qualities. (Address (?eo. Ripley, West Roxbury, Mass ) the northampton association. This Association was formed nearly at the same time with "he West-Koxbury by a few pcrsana who purchased at a bargain the silk establishment and larm on which Mr. Whitmarsli had recently f.'iled. The purchase included mulberry plantations, silkworms, Arc., with buildings, apparatus and machinery for manufacturing the siIk. This Association. without much scientific organization or fixed metnod, has been quite successful in its industr , its members being mainly serious, practical, working-men. Most of them were extreme anti-slav ery men; in religion "Come-Oulers' or protestors against what they esteem the tyranny of the popular church organizations, and are said to have little reverence for any religious formulas. Their government is a pure democracy, though their property is hejd in joint slock. They havsnot hitherto been Fourierites, though .they have practically adopted some of Fourier's suggestions. Considerable accessions to their numbers and capital are already assured lor the Spring, and their course is evidently .........-A /a.i.i i\ i ampton, Mass.) SYT.VA.NTA PHAI.ANX. This Association was organized in this city lust Spring, with a brancli in Albany ; selected lands for a settlement the last of April?the lute Spring delaying all its operations?and its pioneer corps reached the ground in May. Its purchase was a tract, or rather live tracts, o! 2,tf9<) acres of mainly wild land in Pike county. Pa., 75 miles direct N W. from this city, 90 miles by Milford stage, and 110 by Erie railroud, which will ultimately pass within five miles, but is now (Mi Idletown) 38 miles oil". The daily stage to Honesdale and Owego passes within two miles, at Decker's tavein, or Darlingsville, 12 miles west ot Milford, the county seat on the Delaware. The Sylvanta settlement is five miles from the junction ol the laickawaxen t reek with the Delaware river, where the Delaware and Hudson canal passes, affording a daily transmission of frejghtj at #6 per ton to and from this city. A good portion oi t.ie Sylvania lands are within two miles ot the canal a driver. ' he whole 2,300 acr s, with 80 or more cleared, three old houses, barn, aaw-mill and grist-mill except the works, was purchased tor $7,000, ol which $2,100 was taken in the stock of the company, $2,800 is to remain on mortgage, and the balance has been paid in cash and a deed taken. The land is upland, but easily cleared of wood, much of it readily cleared of stone also, gently rolling hills, with a lair soil, which hy cultivation and science will be rendered very productive. There is any amount of wuterpower, springs of living water are abundant and excellent ; and the climate is unsurpassed for healthfulness. There is plenty of wood, and a considerable amount of pine and oak timber on the premises. fca IEFFKRSON COCNTY INDt'NTKIAT. ASSOCI \TtON " Is located near the village of Watertown, Jetfer son county, 4icw iorK, on 1 ,um; nrres of cxceiirni land, and numbers some 800 persons. Its domain was obtained last spring by uniting the farms of those willing to join, and buying or exchanging for others. A large number of excellent mechanics joined in the outset, and have given much efficiency to its industrial operations. It was started without money, or with very little every associate jaitting in such property as tie had, which ihc Association took at a cssli valuation, and sold or exchanged as it could. In pursuing such a course, the want of cash capital will inevitably he felt for years. Very many who first loined were imoerI'ectly acquainted with the idea which they had undertaken to realize, and soon sold out, or withdrew. No attempt.we believe, has yet been made to erect a common edifice, but the members live temporarily tn the several houses orifinally on LD. P*U? Two Cents. [heir lands?an arrangement not favorable to Household economy, or the cherishing of a new ind fervent social spirit. Still, though we have no -ecent advices, we believe this Association has hriven, and continues to prosper. (Address A. M. IVatson, President, Watertown, Jefferson County, Mew York.) TUB NORTH AMERICAN PHALANX. This Association was finally organized mainly ay friends to the cause in Albany, where an enthusiasm for it was early enkindled among several of the noblest minds. The purchase of the domain waH made, after extensive and protracted researches, in September last. It consists of 678 acres of beautiful and fertile land, though somewhat exhausted by bad treatment for years, in the town of llolmdel, Monmouth county, New Jersey, five miles from Red Bank, (the steamboat landing,) and about fifty west of south from this city, to which a steamboat plies back and forth daily in summer, and on each alternate day in the winter. The soil of the Domain is the red Jersey earth, easily handled, and fertile. Inexhaustible marlbeds are found on the Domain, with clay for brick not far distant. There are about one hundred acres of good timber, mainly on the banks of two ravines; the estate being nearly embruced by two streams into which the Red Bank creek here forks. The land is generally level or undulating and the soil warm and mellow?udmirably calculated alike for grains, vegetables and fruits; the two latter it is intended to produce in abundance and perfection for the New York market. Several branches of manufacture will also be introduced as speedily ub arrangements can be made for them. At present, building, cutting timber ana preparing for the thorough renovation of the farm, employ the thirty or forty resolute pioneers already on the ground. We believe a nortion of the oermanent edifice is to be commenced next season. The members are nearly all educated men. of the better class of mechanics, possessing considerable though moderate means, and resolved not to mar the success of their enterprise by crowding on members faster than they have capital to employ them effectively and provide for them comfortably- Nearly every member thus far has invested $1,000 in the stock; unditia intended that the capital shall average this sum to each family in resident membership. Several accessions are expected in the spring (Addiess Allen Worden, President, N. A. Phalanx, Red Bank, Monmouth Co. N. Jersey.) THE AMERICAN PHALANX. We trust the friends of the cause, throughout Ohio and Western Pennsylvania at least, will concentrate their energies on this magnificent enterprise, at the head of which is E. P. Orant, Esq., one ol the moat resolute nnd enlightened friends of the cause 111 the country. The location selected is ti magnificent tract of 2,00(1 acres?600 of them Ohio Bottoms?in Belmont Co. Ohio, seven miles below Wheeling. Many excellent Bpirits hnve put their shoulders to the wheel, and the car of reform will move on in triumph. They pay the interest annually on their land; the principal, ($60,000, or $150 per acre,) at pleasure. Clay for brick, lime, and bituminous coal, are all found in abundance on the Domain. Operations are to be commenced thereon early in the spring, and, it is expected, on an energetic scale. Persons of good moral character are received as members with slender means, ($100 each,) yet it is believed that capital will not be wanting. It is hoped that the edifice of a Phalanx will look down on the broad Ohio, greeting the eyes of a million travellers and announcing the advent of a new Social Order, before the close of 1845. UOPKDACE FRATERNAL COMMUNION. This is a small brotherhood, or rather church, having combined interests. It is united by a common sympathy in anti-Slavery, anti-War, anti-Government, and a covenant of mutual faith in and obedience to the Christian religion. The members have separate households and in good part pursue industry qb they severally see fit. They nave been united over two years, and we believe them prosperous. (Rev. Adin Ballou, President, Milford, Mass.) embryo associations. We understand that three different (Associations will be formed from Rochester and its vicinity next spring?one at the mouth of Sandy Creek ; another prohubly at Sodus Bay; and a third, we understand, farther west. A number of farmers near Lerayaville, Bradford co. Pa. have resolved to form the " Leraysville Association" next season, uniting their farms, and calling in capitalists, mechanics, Arc. to co-opernte with them. As they are mainly of the Swedenborgian or New Jerusalem Church, whose members are regarding Association with favor, they will doubtless attract many noble minds from that communion and elsewhere. A German company of several hundred persona have, we hear, purchased 1,500 acres near Buflalo, with a view to some community arrangement, of what sort we know not. An Association is to be started in Galeshurg, Michigan, as we learn from hostile articles in the Marshall Statesman. A company in Jefferson county is organizing with a view to forming an Association and removing in mass to Iowa. Two small Associations have been projected in Illinois, one in Bureau county, but now far they have proceeded we do not learn. Friends of the down-trodden millions! look aloft! Press onward ! WKUDINO AM) VISIT INU < AHD9 ?s'ntrnved sad Printed in the first style of the Art. at -educed prices, at VALKNTINK'8, No 1 Bees man st. Corner ol Park How, Loveiov's Hotel. ITT* PI esse rail and evamine specimens jJO lm*rrc dp A Eft ANI) $S 2S.?A interior article of Broken, K#i? V7 Stove and Not Stie Coal, dontily screened, at lis, end smell Nat at XI Ml per ton, delivered tree of csrsfe, from the yards. Z1S West street, corner Krukltn. North riter, end I corner Kifih and Lewis ittvets, Kast river. Orders received st .i? u 11 .ia i ..I ?. . L. i. .i.. n Hoit, *nd at both the yards, N. B.?An allowance made to dealers. jJT 2v? m TYLEK k MAPES. valentine's da v. CUPID's HOLIDAY. I HA VF. made preparations for thr crlcbntion of tho approaching 14th February, the joyful Anaivtraary of Love throughout tha United Htatra, in a manner worthy of thr occasion: having imported by thr last airivals from England, France ana Germany, thr most beautiful, elegant. and rtrherchi design* for Valentine*; rvrry description of Kteiirli and German Billet Pal rr, Lace Paper.and all thr delicate drvicrs in Stationery em loved by lovrra and approved by ladies on inch occasion*. Country ordea supplied to any sural, on the most liberal terms. Periodical areola will And it fur their advantage to make early orders. STRONG'S VALENTINE EMPORIUM. j27Stw*rr !?? Nassau street. New Irork FAlfM FOR SALE. THE WELL KNOWN FARM belonsingto Aaron and * Sarah Griffin, situated in the town of Harrison, Westches ter County, containing liiO acres well divided into ploogh, meadow and timber lands, with good orchard, and a variety of orhn kinds of frnit, mostly grafted, comfortable buildings, wi'h a fine view of Long Island Sound, about three and a half miles from Portchester. on the Purchase Rood, three miles from White Plains and half a mile from the Post Office, where s msil arrives daily from the city of New York. Kmther description is deen ed unnecessary, as persons wishing to purchase will no douht visit the stine Said b arm, if not ao'd at private tale by the llh of Id month ( Kvbruary ) ueir, will then lie (old to tha highest bidder, on the premises, between the Honrs of 1 and 3 o'clock. Title indisputable and half of the purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage at 6 per crut per annnin, for 5 years. For further information, apply to Aaron Griffin on thn premises, Solomon Griffin 124 Mouror attest, Near York, Underbill Ik Co., Milkmen, Wallahout, Brookl-n, or to RICHARD M. UNDERBILL, j29 to fsh7*m Yorktown, Westchester < . ~ FIRE-PROOK BOOK 8AFES. rPHE Snbscriher has as hsnd an aaaortment of C. J. Gayler's - Warranted Fire Prool Donb'e Safes. Dnring the past ten ys?r? several thousands of these Safes have been in use; nearly " bnnilred Kave, at different times, keen thomnghly lasted by fire, and NOT ONE, has at any time, failed to prrsrrve its contents united on* within the other Earh Sef* i< made r?rlu?i?*ly of iron, aud ihe beat m>n couHectuut miteriali, no w od heme naed in their eonitrurtin.-i Thr roinpoaitiou with whirh each Safe II lined in twrfeetly fire-proof ind the I'aientee with loll confidence ?fieri them aa auperini to any otheri ret interned. The inner nr.d onfer doon of each Safe are leemed bjr the inproved patent detector locki, which cannot be picked or opened with falie keyi Alio, an uaortment of Nmfle Malea and Specie Cheats, for ale at prim from tV< to 171 each. All liindi ot Boolt Hafeu and Specie < heiu made to order. H. ELY. j5 lm*'e 71 Kalton itreet near (fold greet. OKKICE OK JEKEEKSON INSURANCE COMPANY No. M Wan. Stbr?t. New York, Dee. ltth. IM. rPHIS Company mini* at ratea aa low aa any rreponaible ofleo, 1 and will return ten per cent of the premium ia eaah to iajurer. a, the ?me of effectm? the jnt?^tki. OEO. T. HOPE. Secretary dlTr OKKICE OK JEKKEHSON INlURANCiTcO, New York, January llth, lltC rPHK Annual Election f r Directum of thia Company, will 1 be held at their offie.e, No. 36 Wall atreet. on Monday, Jth Eehruary neit. Poll openi at It o'clock, and will cortanua o|e*p one hour. OEO. T. HOPE, JltKoK.a ec Secretary ~ wAt< i IKS?c LOCK^LTmps: CHANOE OK RESIDENCE. yit TOR (JIKuUU, Watch aud Clock Manufacturer, haa * tne nonor 01 apprising nit tnenda tad the public that Im haa eatubliahed hit ihow rooms and work abort at No. 1)1 Bros i?*v H? will hare constantly r"r tale a inoal aeltct aaaortmrnl of Lei.ine and patent Laser Waicliee, and a n.oat splendid r?riety oft'.locks For etceliesce the outlines of both will be innur* leased. Tha rnodela will be o( ins moat rare, rick, and modern description Hit attention will, ai heretofore, be directed to the repair and regulation of i.loclu aad Watches. and aluo of Mechanical Lamp*. Ha continues to rec-ire from Pant the moat beautiful and perfect Mechanical Lampa, together with eaenr aeceaeary accessory. The beamy and quality of hia aaaortment of tbia splendid lamp loaaea nothing to the moat faatnJione laa'e to desire. For the repair of the Mechanical Lamp, he baa e-tsbliahed, aa abort, aeparau and diatinct wurkihopa. All work Confided to him, in tne rarioua departments of hia basinets, will beeteen. ted in the moat aaperior punnet, aad at tlm oaoat moderate price*. jU lmeod'e*

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