Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 25, 1844, Page 1

February 25, 1844 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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TH i*. m?wkoi? no, aeoo. To tk* Public. THK WW YORK 11URALD?daily newspaper?puh kshad aver* lay uftke 7 Mr except New YMr*? day and Fourth at July Price i caate par copy?or ?7 36 pa' anlua paid?cash in adeaaee. JH>. WfctiiLr HfcilALU-published erery Saturday attuug pure cents par copy, or M 14 P*r annum? nw^cfiitsstj'ssi-...... tkr H? *M is or?r THIRTY THOUSAND, and Increasing U?t It ,mt IJ>r lat't! circulation oj any paprr in tkil city, a, U world. and is, I km far*, Ike Mali channtl for hmiuu man m ikr rUf ar tawntry Frices Moderate?cash in adf H1 \ T1 NO of all kinds executed at the most medsrata p. .a- ?s<l in the most elegant stj la. jamis oordon bknnett, HUM .? or I Ml HKB41.D K.ai tlLMNMBHT, Nirtkwoot conttrof Eulton tod Numu (treat*. Stw JERSEY RAJLROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 11* aaaaaoantNT.coMMB.'ia-iiie oct. IIth.IIU. MH> It I 0 TO TWENTY-VIVE CENTB. Imui inr foot of I uarilaadt itrart, Saw York. I E.rrr day?kaadbTa -*en*ad.) t.i**a*N-? Ion. Laaraa Nowark. Ar 4 A ' A* I r M At TH A.M. At IX P. M. . 4- I 4a. do * "Jail 4 do $ 4 do. ? da. l*X do. IX ?> T SUNDAYH. ...T-T?**.. A.mhi"?.M. ? Tl.r.n fih* vt ... ?a?d r.???* Railroad for Oranfo, Mtll> -atii < Utkm. t'.d Moniatown, ran ih. ?a < .... J?r~t I iit wuk.oi rhoooo. sod tonnnct with A V . Of >4 fro? Now Tort. N-*? Y.-KK ANU ELIZABETH TOWN. l.o*.-a ' i# Vo>k Laaroa Eliiabatli Toww At I A*l At I r M, At T A.M. Wr.M. ,! ? ! t t *" "i r*. 1 .. it* ,.4 for WootAold. PUibiald. Roimdkrook. Bomer rui. A. , (oonm-c tritk tk? A. M., oad IX * M. ; troioo I. m >-? York daily. Bondor* n<*|?tod. i * ? or*** %.? York on* Eliaakoth Towa 16 eoo?. fvi Mtwiw do jal KomrmlUTl eoaU. SEW YOltl AND RAH<VAi l.i'o V?* York Lmih JUhwtT. At I A M At I P M At ?XA.H At I f. ?. do ? do T d> i% do. It 0? I do ? do. do. T do. IX do. IIX P M. NEW f(>KK AND NCW BRUNSWICK. P^ai f-ai ..f t'oortlaadt itroot, Nrw York, daily [.?.,* N,? York Laaraa Nrw Braiuwiok. At A V At I r M At 4 A M. At II M. 4 do TW do. IX P. M. I IN BUNDAYA i.mo Now York Lroroa Now Bnaaawiek. At ? A T and |\ r M At II A M . ami ?X i?m. ... a io ttir rlnladolpbio traioo, bo?w?aw Nrw York ad Now Bnaoao.rk 14 eruu. B-twaao N?W York and Railway, H emu N.o.rk f '.aoiwahi. w*. Kahway, tad Now Bran.wick wimj i-rncoro ikoir tirkou oa tkr lickrt olkco.ro our. ? frrry twfcet iiuh. Tiekrta aro rocoirod ky tka coo dortor o Ir M. tkr Oar wkoo torclvaord I no r oiaiautioa nr. korw?wo Now York aod Rah war ana to aoModt.io |il*<?a. kao koao rodorwd (tnolodiog pry) to $J4 l?r ioar . k?tw*?o Now Brooswioh aod N?w York $74 pot f-or oil lo M.ALLROAD. Eton Pa'orooo to Jorory t.tty. Oo aod aBrr Moo day. Oot Id. INI, tkr '.on will Uoro PaTtkioo UrroT. Laata N*w Yoaa A M. A. M life XX P- M. P M r Tkr SaudkT Trmioo Will ko dueootiaood tuitil fartkrr aoI maoporttiiaa ear* Uorr daily ( Baa Car. ooeaftod ) Paaaow tor* .ro adriaad to bo at tkr Errrr. loot or Cooniaudt wrrot, a frw aw Mfr. b-forr ihr ataiod tw.ar- ot Cr.wrt.irr jv It lm? vVINTKII ARRANOKMr.NT-rpR ALBANY. Via BRIDGEPORT bad M| Hot tatoaia A Wurtaa j^Zggfc^3oRaiLeBe*n4. taily, koadaya^^HHP laiiruirra lor Alkaoy kr 0?/waota wijl ukr tko aow and aleoaot aaamheat Kt'KKKA, (apt. J L. Pitrh. which Uarao Nrw 1 urt from (<">! Liberty atr?at, Pitdar m?mn| M h*ir wnl ? *'tuek. I?r ByMMWrl th*a?? by th* Hoaaaumia aod Wraiern Ha>lma1a, ?M?l (hu??W earo or bwfir M Albaay, arrinac aaaaa oaaaiao at o'clock. Fai* Uvomgh Forp.itaac* of Fratxht, apply cm board, or at th* oRea. loot #r i.ihofty ?u?o(. a. m rtiBr, Aaaat ra? few YORK AMD PHILADELPHIA AA AOAD LIMA TF#? Nowaaa, N?w**r?twtt.?.V*rwc?TO*, T arPTOM, AM* BV*i.IM*V**. THKOlitiH IN All Hoi-As. iMTitl Now kfel daily froa tl? f. i* of < wrtl?Jt at. durum* Lmaat I A. M ?Moil 1'iiot Liao (tiK r V Vho Morutap Lih two .taAa U> Bordmuiwa. (torn lk??w by kh-arahoaitu HiiladotpMa rhr K(?tiii| Lm* pnowb diroet M IMw (ipp?itilc Phitoib*!|>lim) nifhoat chang* of coo. rwm|>n will proem* tl.mr infra at lh? ?tw li?l of Caartiaadt atari. wb*r* cmaaodioaa uaabaat. will bo * rowi'i.ow. with bet**** cm* mm baud PhilvMphia !* (* * rratas aa tcareyod fraa city 10 filf, Wihoot bo-nf of?a*dby tha way Inch trm.u it provided will' car in which af* aparueaeta aad draaaiac mi ot.oooalr for th* Indira' nar. Recurnino, tb* liae* la or Philadelphia froa th* foot of Wal atairww, bo a roan boat to B'-rdaatowa at 7 o clock. A M. and ?i railroad troa ' mmdm. a?5 o'olocb. r M. l'V Imo lor laiuaoa* ha** Philadelphia at ?k A M , aad IF M. Hoiao a cnutaaatiao of tbaliaaa froa nana York j* lot*a OLL)' EdTABLlbHKD I.MlGKANT PAS8A<iE OFFICE I BOUT* UlRBtT. Tip TOR* m * JL At r I'act t-ocaa boM.,a?*a rioaLir?rpo<>i b> th*followtai op.on id i-ii Co aUi|o rompnaia* tbo Obi Ul.ee Ball Liaaoi Packet. kailriK ha an Ore Froa Lin envoi. Tb* <aa COLlTM"U*.f apuia (' le.oa 'h? Mtk f< biaary. The Villi-nil UK (wo) Bailrv, on th. tat Varrb Ibnli \ *1 BKI' apt har*li>w, ldth Mairok. 1 In ab . r'NOLA N II. eptnin Bnr'leti, i?t April 'J he ah p I (lit I) I art.ia tiaibkino. tdlh Apiil Tha In,' M< IN I i./l MA,l a|H*'u Uab*. I t Mar. The,hip .UK'Ift. ? aptae Irier Ifa Mar 1'h'. hip iK# YORK, (-apt'iu t ropwf. It Jaaa. la udd.iua UI ihoabor- aopniur ahipa. tha .obacritnr'a a?aut. will lin.a a Airreeaiou ( hrat cAaaa An- rtcaa ahi|? dapot o*d, o?t the 10 tha 4 (f laot porta iu tlx L'aiud wh cti pa-aiga can he ? enrod *1 t?"? e.1 i?>n I MKr f.if h?i'fr ci.rti r~nli a m Ormt Inun v4 Inlud n>f rely th t rtnc e?-? will D? tak-u to ?a\k? MWii|r>i a. r?oi bib a. 'h-v e?u reaa >nabir M|??l ad ah old h> im>| rt not corar <> '. the raawtgr 4to?r wil' be promptly rain ..4*4 Onlti fit. at iiml hr lamiM l?-vab m If Naintaol *ad Prom CI.I Lakfca I>( Ireland aad branch a, k.aalrru Suik ol bc'it'an. ami bnur'ra: aa'l aa M on J Bill. Hor, k i Banker., Loud u M-aar? J. DaiiWd It a., Kinkm, Livvr fool. > hi h u* payable throaghoot Kaglaud aad M'alaa I or further |v.itu;tnt|i|4r (it by later i"ei |>i<4) to JOHN Hr.KDMA*), (I Houtb a root. Mir #t I raw N. B Pa.gtga to LieeriMw.l aal London cos at all nmaa ho r?|l|4l by tlx iwtlir par tot ahn?. apiling (Or LirrrpMl rawer lira da i a and to I<oudoa aa tha lat, l*tk aad Will ot each muaia u aptni aoaa tt mum. If n. iv uni. <>> i.ivk krooL rA' * i * To Mil irfiM N*w V or* Ott tl?+2Mb Hid livwia>?I ? ifc* lit* ?m mm* moat* M 0kv 0k A J?..X N?? Trtl Ship SlWDONH. Captaui k. B < >.bb, Hth Paroaatxr Blitp SHr.KlOA.N, I aptaiu I". Dapryetrf *ih iaaoary Rhil OAHHI'.K, Ciyl. VA'm Skidd v, atr. Irtraoy Bhip iloBC'lUH, ( apt*is John < olliua. JRU. Marck Kaon Liraarooi. Ship HIUUONH. Laptam A B. < ?bh, lltk Irknarr Ship Mil-.;! II) AN Captain K A Drioyit-r, iliki Marck. Btiip (4AHHK.K. < aptaia W? Skidd*. tlis April Ship liUM.il, B, I apiaun John I ollma, lltk May Tlr-*r rhij-a are all of tlx firat (laaa k|.?ar la u4 IMk taroa. b?ill in tlx city <4 Max To?k. with aa. h iMprotewteau aa aombtur greet e|a?d with auutaal MwfnB (or |-*ae?"e k.tery Car* h a txeai l.ih- a la tlx arrangement M tie .r aova Btodaliout. Tha prior of pu?age haara ? $IM Iwr whir), ami le amrrr will be pro*ided llxaa ebipa af? i.? n tad by aifwnmirid laaaiort, who w.ll otaba aaary earrttea. Ui gna y~ keral antitfaetioa. Nnltxrrlo captttai or otwri of tkaak.pa will ha iwiXi ble for any I turn, imreela or packagea mi by Uaatk, oalaaa t> gnlar Inlla of lading a/aiigwed IhrrHel For freight or { aaaocr at-p1* la .fc. C. COLLIN* t'o . M ftooih at . Nro Tor* or ta Br yWN, lllirLk.t kin. Li?a?po.-i Lrttart by tba pact ta will he rtxrged ill* eaaia tar ?...?* heel ; M tenia |?r a tare. aad aewapaiert I eeal aorb. 41 I'ASH.AOK KKOM OKKATBIIITA IN AN U l*k LA >H d& fL At ^BT THE bCT^TBALL t!lo)TT LINIHT^^ LIVKItPllOI. PA( K iB I Kail.it* rrom Li??n?..l o. tha^h*^^ * ' fWw?J?W alnoitOaaridtn II,, I I!.iff.#" i ' am'., lV n?r?m?n u'-h'"' t w i ?> ' ''* ,l" liafa lham man, out in tin a ni?iM Ii" ? r*? k? trim Livf'i' .1,11m iu .(l> m I..' "Ik J >?" 1 *" "'" 'J'nay will alto lura a In .t rnia rlaa? ( *? . ? , ti..i . i? Mill"! " r* III 4?VI. Uki. I.> . ..f.i.ni W?kl 'I t:oa (tout (bat tint (I I lUh ?(Mi limaa'1 I '*/ ' ill"-"*. t<> '? PM thaf ahall b, l.?i war'-d itkc*'* > '? '"should tha partian <jr~< for mot rnnw ant, tl* " 11 b* returund to tltoaa who paid K tirn, ?i'W?t aaf radaf l' Th<" Black B?ll, of OM Lino ?f Liaarpool ftckatt. ooaM'?a? tha follow in* nwyudicant Hnt|? ?i? ? VheOXKOHP. _ Tha Nr.W VOM. I AMBHIWK, i oCl .IH ft. tw ,KI KOPK BOl til AHl'HIl A KNOLAND NORTH AMI Bit A nwith aoch torofiof tad onaoriatlad *rr> ,*,r?a?ia ih? ?ah .critxr. confidently look forward fo? a tMUiiMK* ? that port wlncli Iim l???a fiu-udwd tothaa ? kui inn fa? wki< fc tlwr >i* intmf Tlmae proceeding. of raw IUiag *#? to tkait retauaaa ca? *t nil timea obtain Orafta *i aight lor ui uiout. drama d.r,ai on tha llovnf Bank of Iral-tnd. Dublin *1%., oa ou in# pJbtiH OTT, OaOTt^AMEi k ru which will ha paid on daiiuad at nay of rlw Bula ?r ib-i Brancnaa, ia nil thf principal towaa lhr?aghoat knaUnd. Ua C3, Bcotl&ad aad BHOTHrnn n( ? , Ik halloa ilrwl Naw York, | ant door to tha K niton Aaaa. N. B.?Tha Old Lisa of Luareool Pack?a aail front ik.. port for Lifarpool on tha latand Ufhof aach moath rutin ratonium to tha old country will find It to than danfnrt and advanta*a to aalact thin farorila Liaa for thair erwiyeyanaa, ia preference to any otl>er( ' *' E NE NEV OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKET* mL m. TnEOl'P LIN t of Packets for Lirerpool will hweanr^e a dmpnlched 10 the followiug order, ncepting that when the Miling day full on Sun day, the fhipi, will sail on tlu> succeed J ing day, Ti*:? brum New York. From Lnorpoul The CAMBRIDGE, Jane i July 16 i 646 tout, Oct. 1 Nor. 16 . _ W. C. Barstow, Feb. 1 Mar. 14 The ENGLAND, June 16 Aa|. 1 , 746 torn, Oct. 16 Dec. 1 | _ 8. fiartlett, Feb. 16 April 1 The OXFORD. i Jaly 1 Aug. If WO torn, \Noe. 1 Dec. 16 J. Rathbone,I M&reh 1 April 16 The MONTEZUMA. iJnly 16 Sept. l| 1000 tool, . , Nm. 14 Jan. 1. A. i. Lowber, l Mkrch 16 May 1 The EUROPE, tAng. 1 Sept 16 . . 414 tone, < Dee. 1 Jan. 16 . E. O. Kurber, f April I May 16 ( The NEW YORK, (new) {Aug. 16 Oct. 1 , 940 ton*, {Dec. 16 Feb. 1 T. B. Cropper,f April 16 June 1 , The COLUMBUS. I Sept. I Oct. 16 7U0 tons. < Jon. I Feb. 16 G. A. Cole, (May 1 June 16 The YORKSHiRE, (uew) (Sept. 16 Not. 1 IBM) too*. < Jau. 16 Mar. 1 1). G. Bailey, (May 16 July 1 Time ships we uot surpassed iu point of elegance or comfort in their cabin accommodations, or in their faat sailing qualities < by any vessels in the trade. < The commander* are well known a* men of character and ' aiperieuce, and the strictest attention will always be paid to < promote the comfort and convenience ol passengers. 1 Punctuality, a* regard* the day of sailing, will be observed a* ? heretofore. 1 The price of passage ontward is now fixed at Seventy-Five * Dollars, for which ample store* of every description will be ' provided, with the esception of wines and liquors, which will be furnished by the stewards, if required. Neither th captain or owners ol these ships will ba responsible for any letters, parcels, or packagca *eut by them unless regular lulls of lading ara signed therelor. For freight or passage, apply to _ GOODHUE It CO, 64 South at. 0, H. MARSHA LI., 38 Burling slip. N. Y. , JJDtf and of BARING. BROTHERS ft CO.. LWl. TAPlbCOTT'S GENERAL EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE HL M. ?& Mk ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1844. i The suhacribers beg to call the mention of their friends and 1 the public generally to theiranperior arrangements for bringing J out passengers from, and reo itriug monay to all parts of ' Engla-d, Ireland, Scotland and Waiea. |THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS, COMPRISING THE QUEEN Of THE WEST, 1330 tona THE SHERIDAN, 1000 tona. THE ROCHESTER, 109O tona. . THE GAKKICK. 1000 tona. : THE HOTTINGUER, 1000 tona. THE KCHCIUS, lpOu tona THE LIVERPOOL. 1160 tona. j THE 8IDDONS, 1000 tons < Sailing from Liverpool twice ever* mouth, and I'HK UNITED LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS, t ce mooted nt supe-ior, fust class American packets, sailing i from Liverpool four times in each mouth, are the ships in which those whose passage may baenga?ed With the subscribers will come col iu, and it is a well kipvwn f-ct the above named packets iue the most ni-gnifice, t sh.ps atluat end the frequency ol their sailing, (being every' live davs) prevents the possibility of passengers being iiunerassarily detained at Liverpool, lie- , gsrdlass of expense, in order to meet the wants of the public t and the withes oftheir trienda, Mr. Was. Tappscott, one of the Arm. ha* gone to Liverpool to superintend the departure for tins a country of such persons whose passage may be engaged wiili (he subacrihers, a fact, which to thoae acquainted Willi Mr, W. T , it a aoIAcient guarantee that they wilf receive everv attention fraus him. and be quickly aud comfortably despatched. I Sinsaid move sent tor decline coming the passage money I will be promptly refunded, withont any dednctsou?a* usual. Ruuouuolcu?Those remittiug money can be supplied with drmjirn ad litrnc. inr JtriV BMfiittir navahl* fr/iI of itid(*nnH.* #sr anv our*x cuaTr, in every principal town in England, Ireland, ' fccotiaau kiiU Wilea Appiy til or latter, pott paid,) to ; W * J. t. TaPSCOTT, 43 Peck slip, < inew t otk?or to i* VVM TA PSCOTT, Liverpool. aHHAN??;\1KN'lKKOK lilt ! OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OKI-ICE, I lOt Piiiritrtet, corner of South. , and ill* public in general, to the Pillowing arrangement! for : 1144. for the parpoa* of bringing oat cabin, 2il cabin, and ateer?g? |>aaariigera, by ilia Kegulir Line of Liverpool Packets, tail tag lb* lal.kth. llgh, 16th 2latand 28tb of every mouth. By the Load'-a I'athefa, ta*ail ram New Vork, the lit, 10th and Wlh?end from London on lite 7th, 17th and 27 ih of each month. In rouueeunn with the above and for the porpoae of afford3 ?till gieefer farihtica to paaaengeva, the anbscriber haa ealiahod a regalar line of Oral claaa New York built, copp* red i and c ipper laatened ahipa, to aail panetaally every week i (hronghoat the year. For the accommodation of perinna wiahing to rrmitmoney to t their I unilie* or friemla, draft* are given, payable at aigltt, on r the follnw iu* Baaika, vis :? Provincial Bank of Ireland, parable at Cpvfc, Limerick, Clnnmel, Londonderry, oTgo, Wegford, Belfast, Waterford, (Jolway, Armagh, Athlone, Colerain, Billiua, Train*, Youglial, Enniakillen, 4 Monaghan, Banbridg*. Ballymeca, Parionalown, Dowapotrieh, Cavau, Lurgau, Omagh, Dwogaauea, Bandon, Ennis, Ballyshanno ikrahone, Skiberean, Mallow, Money mo re, Cootchill, Kilrnih, Dnblia. Scotland?The City Bank of Glasgow. Fnslsnd?Messrs. bpoooer, Atwooa St Co. Banker*, London; J K Niiarphv Waterloo Road, Liverpool; payable in every town [ in t ere*i Britain. but further information (if by letter, poat pud,) apply to , JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pineatreet, ccrnre nf South. \. Y. Or Messrs P. W. BYRNES St CO, 3? Waterloo Itoad. Jt?m*r? Liverpool. THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKET?7~ I M ?L 3L Toaall from NnvH utniat. and fro i^Liver poo I Itlisrwch I month. t /Vow Stw York. L'pool. 1 Nnw Skip LIVERPOOL. 1140 Wns. J ?*: ?! s J. Eldridg* Hr"' \\ Oct? 6 N.ihipQOEE.N OFTKE WEST.l'-if"/ ?' Eft! ! t?^.o-P Wea^u* ,;MW \\ ft* ? N- Iktp urn., ? April lueir 21 ur&'t * hip HOTTINOUtR, ISM MM,(ft. h I! b. Irm B.rwly, > Nov'r ti jl?y J , Thaae aabttaatial. feat Miliar, Ant claee thipa, all bnili 10 he nty .1 New Voik, tntonnuuM by "ton ol euperiencr Md ability, and will be diepntched punctually on the 31at ol wch Mouth Tbair rabins aru elegant and tonmodioiia, and are farniahed with whatavav rui eon dace to llf aaaa and aumfort of pueeu- J M Ptiea of (Manage, tlOl Neither ma rapiaina or owners ol then* tliipa will b? re* poo obi. loi ?ny p.,tola or parLiigea aent by thaut, uuleaa rogulo I otla ol ladinf ar? aliened llarr[<K, b or Ir. if hi oijaiotr apply to WOuDHULL It MINTURNH, 7 Mouth atrvet, New Yoek, or to HELDK.N. BHOTliUllt) k CO., t Jldec Liverpool dtth." .mi NKW HAVKCTAGKKTS^^^ ad I The Nhipa of thia lire will hciraftor l>are New ' I and Havre ou the l?ih of nacli usontli, aa fol Iowa, via I? foom New Tone. Kaaa Havan New Khip UNI IDA, I let March. 16th April. 1 I it tain < lit Inly. ' 16th Aaguat. J urn b each t lat November. I I6rh Uecaabcr. hip BALTIMURK, i lat April i! 16th May. Capum < lal Aofuat. 16th beptrmbnr b.dward Knack. f lat liemmbar. 16th January, hap I'TH A. i lai May. i! 16th Jane. < ap'ain < lat September < I6lli Ueiober. r rrUertrk Hewitl f lat Jnaaary. I 16th b'ebruary. New a In I *t Nit MULAHt let lau* I 16th July. Captata ' let Or to bar < 16th November. ' J- I Pall, f lai b ebroarf 16th March The ar.mmoUi.i.a ol thaae elopa ar? not aurpaaaed, com6o.il.a ,1 that mat be rmiaoanl fu romlort. The price- of ca < o>tp u I "0 P..... .era will be anppliad witii every re iniait. w oh tl<e etreie ...a of whim au J li'taora. , i . ia i in..ted lor lie ?e , a. ill be forwarded by the vnb ? arrih. im H on ant "'her than ihe eifnaaa acmally in- I anwad an lliem b ov In-ifb'm paaaana. apply to Hub II h IIINl K b.N, A ten ia, pttie No bToioiue Su.hlma ear Wall and Water el M vK^hllelehN u.vb'ob' PAwRtbTB Jtt ^ The ??defw>.nirTTT7rri" will be HaularTy diywteh^nroin rw H M(?| ? Irva Nrw tor*. .M utrillri, >11 N ? .? V AJ *|? *>./ . iNv. | ( ?!> 4 tkl ? <1 J I ? ?jt Mrnrt. Jul I March 4 H H* I MUMTfOS < ??l?aoir?, frfc I. April i , i Murk I May i ( < OKIOl th' ' ?(" H?ih, April I. Janr) d 1 W? ?r? all *...pr..-4 U.J r.V|M? ftfm~d, tad hart raorllral U?i *? Mr 1 ... ,, in* mi mm KM|. nUW | iM. nrlaair. of ?IM aaJ ?,? > m .. a Umpd ( (ha ink. ?OYD k HIN( KKN, will m In ."* lr-? iif ..'.art r ufk Utaa Oauoo ac taaiiy i?i4 >"l I"* ?"? |HMp lift; In L \*m M * k PHI IP* MM rmni .Hart or to UVD k HIM fc I..N , A|iali, akh wt kT?inWMIiik M i* > r W OH l.'.A NX " I ... - INN \ an:, vr V* \ UK* I IM Ot PAI KK.riJfe J*> My M. "TTTC M'?| yrn?7fii|M i?f XipJZfvU l? ???? ha ? .<! fmra ikM p..ft Ml tha l*i rfh IWh, llth, Mth. mt(Ml at mm-Ii atoarh rnmmmriag thr Itrh < Wtnhrr ?n?t rno uaaia? >l?l r?? ' lu 4n mil hr appi'iairO Ah III' imirff ' f IM rw ?Mii'kr IM itrlair t'i4 i Mh kill to prrrmto fviu immmmmw* Thr lot I taw.<ip th'ja a n roiara'ara th.t a .aa*. mml: ? * .? 4 i/'Kl < , '?? I ?n.|| *i,,r IN ()1| ? 11 tpi.ua Jufcun 1 Mmp ?i?*.*?irh.i HiIIhh4. r k?,IP Lot MVH.i t:, apta.a lla.c , MlAhtPMAH*., ' ihm MUM*. ?in?ii'N 1 -r~- iTn 1 ki IP IM \ rtVla.CE, l anaoTVl.afonL iLu IN Mi I.OI.P., i ipun Lniirtt I Kip NA*Jl> ILL*., I ?i?*?a I'Khmtna, Hi.IP VLMfHI*. ? ai*ua haiphi , *,.,J LOt l?? ( uiam M-lf.r* , rw alua "? III Mill I. IK* '.If ?f Mow Yarfc, atprraa- . If tor pMk i? M? of l?? a? tral* af wa'ar, Iuk lacmtlr hr?o .awlf aapprrwl Hi pal M aplaaAif orriar with p?,mikh hh for [h?hwi aawjaallad fur mmfan. PW?v ui ma f aaaf * '? "I *"* aufl Hha will uk' rrrry rtrrti.w iri.ninmaiiilwwt THi mil all iiph Hiii?? Hui a?ao ttor ilmiHiifi *r hhbNimi N'iiMI |V iiHii?r* * >a, uum? of throo rklpt Hill bo roofwa iM? kr jkHklrr, kailioa, prai-Miaa ( ? .ulna ?i l>U(al "?/' i tat M> kan. parrnl ar larkrpr. mi ?? at wal <m ami a' * Kara, aal?M rapalar Witt af lakiak in |ak?a (W taata ul tfcr ralaa itwraaa ?apnaa>4 / r-.-.a?-pr ^ .... -t-aa.. ItrLLIN k VYoObKL^F. A?*?l ia Naa . Orifaaa. tha will pniMprlr lorwuJ all , <! to thru ?44roa* , Tha thi|a of tha luir ur mrrwtri to ail paticiaaJly u ?? , rart.aul. h| praat aui will pa takra la haar lha aooW roiwi W YO V YORK. SUNDAY MORf BOSTON BUSINESS KXPRK.AA AND FORMON LkTTkR OfMU ? THK >iW*nWvi bee* *U> . .?t??au i* '| ? ?-?*' ?> <S?*Hk?tua. w> *.1.. > ib. J Inui'irliiiu U liti lu l4 Ml . a.Utl < t TFT* ? ?? t Pi. b??-. >.?> > in, du. . iii r I Hit rnlHia BiT*e K On* ol lh? M m - III r>MN rath wfcn M B.f It > nil m .olkl?. drll'M '(I'M IB Bull ? IB IB-raua I^MtnlU B M iwer* u in n ne tin* bulla * nf n. >*? 1 . k K< M|n Letter* 'uiw i 4?d Dr the avi 4 i'>ia>n frua Abb I w on iMtUn cut b-bir |wi<i It (liM oAoa, Im Uir t?t *1 <fMBt m BnUin or like CoBiinent J PARKUTT k > O M Will .ir^-i S.aV.rk It Im'rre ImtN. WI mimiimi ii DAILY I.XPKhsV Z ?THK vmbtfriWrt rmm is*?r ?j ^ rv day v?* Mot i.t. Hm Irutijla, .u, > ..pwi iiuiiiuiiua A?? I . ?IM| ? ? (?| alo, and If* mist mediate pi s< aa. hit the irsi.por * * ?talion of spe. <e, bank wm. beudl-a a. J p-ikigea ul goods, lor collecting bills, nous, draft* and ac j la. a lib deip.qch. From tins city at o'aloak, A. M. arririug m Albany iha latnr ereuiug, iu adeaneeof the United >U'aa Mail fa linrrc POMf.ltQ\ kJO fWaMatfaat I DKAKTb7>N F NI.TANIMRKLAND a, k.- ? IVraona al- nl rrmutug n?ur ^fl*JIWKj6mirie,idi m the Old I ou<.ir, ran be U|>,.|?d (r ?nli drain . >.1, a I it, i> in A 1000 or ant amoeal, pnyank to demand, without Ji'Coat , or aoy ruber < iiarg* ar Uu \a lionalBcuk of Ira I and froriucial Bk do, M-sirs Ja'. bin vn < It Co., Barken, L- adofl! J. Harued k < o . Uichaug* aaid Dm :ouiu Bank, Lirerp ol; Fruterii bank ol Stroilai if, Ix . Hank lug oini' uiy; Sir Win. orliaa, Harper k o . Inx 1 uul; .j ind tip benches m every po*l (own throughout km land re and, Scotland and W .1**, which drain wnl ba lor warned ar I lilhrr of the packet* of the ltlh. tltt, aid 2C(h. ur lltf ilrinrr * Jaledouia tailing from Bnaien oil tre lit ni March An > lo , W. fc J. T. TAT-CO I T. At their genera] paaa.gs olln *, IS I'rck tip, ' m Mire coruar of South ilitii I (J ? ?? >ilK HALIFAX ANU LI t KRI'OUL I _ y^bjipM The Royal Mill Sow in Ship HibKK MA, C. ti. C Ju.ik ui. f.nj , omm ,ud*r, ' r ~<4uZlli4UE[ will leave fioitou lor ihr abora porta on kn ? ^"^^^^ day, Maich ial, nail. | 3 fibiiir Hi llalifar M ! I P.taaaga to Lirerpool 11*0 H Apply ui 1). BRIOHAM, Jr.. _fH io3l*c No. 1 Wall (treat. JJ "aUt FOR LIVERPOOL-NtW UNbL-Hagmigr m fJWW I'ackvt of Jblh kebroary.?The aplaudid packet ship p? BMiHfa'J iHKICK, Capl B 5. 11. 1 taak, ofllrlro too*, will ri ml aa aoore.her regular dny. Kor freight or paiaaga, liaviut ar- m :oimnodationa unequalled for aple.ioor or eomlort, apply on ai roaid, at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall (treat, or to th U. k. COLLINS k CO. V Price of pauage, $100. M South itreet. R The packet ship Koacins, Capt. J. Coll.ua. of LOO bias, in will succeed the Garrick, and as.il thejt'lh March, htr regular w day. faaaengera may rely npon the thipa of tins line sailing pune- t> Utily as adTerliaed. fit ft <a?- FOR LONDON? Regular Packet ol the let p] nWVWof March?The last tailing packet alitp ViCToRt A, Mi aptaiu In. Morgan, will sail oa abore, her regular * > iiarrug very *u|vri(;r accommodation! for etbiu, locond cauu and il/vr.ige paiiengeia, |?raoua wishing lo emtark should ^ nake imineoiaie application lo . JUoKPti McMUIlKAY, 1 fl list Mre uml l ine iuhci. aoruer ol "outh. i'UK LIVKRI'OOL?'J'he New Liu* Regular Packet 21it March.?The superior New Vork built SHmPiicket ilnp HO 1'VINOUKil Capt Ira BursleyJOiJ . inn uuiJieu, will sail as abore, her regular d.iy. r For lreigut or passage, oavtug rery superior accommodation*, ? ipply lo l.ic Captain on board, at west ?ide Bulling sl.p, or to r WOODHULL k MINTOHNS, . 17 Suulh it y The taperior packet ihip Lirerpool, Capt John Lldndge, 7, OS# ton* burtocn, will auccerd the iloUiugnor, and sail ou ) icr regular day,21st April. f22r? UNITF.D UNK OF l.IVKRPOOL I'ACKKIS. h ME- PACKr,T SHIPS ti{BbhNIA AND SOUTH- T. mrnk^VhRNFR,?J he ip>sni>id fait sailing, well luown M acket snip iHlUe.UNlA, Captain K. I. Buuting, 'l ,ii j ... ou J'un diy 27tli heniutry, aud be succeeded br me ' st sailiut aud lavorite packet ship SoUJ'il 1.MNLR, Ci pt. ? T. L). palruer, on the tin March. cj Tlio abore fir jute packets hare uusuipassed acevmmodalouilorcibiu second cabin and steerage ,a.rangers Those ihout to einlntiU tor ih'r old country. or who with to send lor heir friends, should avail tliein .eiv< a of the oppO tuinty here ilteied them. A Ti e Hioe.nia will lease Lirerpool abor.t ilie lO'.h aud ihe A 3ouiheri.er ilr ut the .dih.April, in ri her of wmch pasiuges i nil te secured at reiy reasonable rates t, Ko: pi ktit-Lu or irom Luerpool. apply on boaril, at Teck dj Slip, i-ast iliver, or to W. 4t J i. iAfnoo'Ti', w Al men ucH?r?i i n>?ur UUICtf, \\ 43 iVck Slip, coriwr of ftouih ^Uej4t ill JLircrpoo), Mti. W TaP^OU'IT, oub of th?i lirm. fa I2i to? re *| KOK LI VKltPOOL?Hegtilsr Packrt of ch?3*th " nvw"! FenruaryThe faat sailing packet ship UaHMICK, > MKn'Japt. B. J. H. Tr*ak, will sail u above, her regultr mv. f, Haviuit very snprrioracc imtnndiitions for cabin, aecoud ca- ? >iu and s'tvngti pn eugers, persons wishing to embark should (( nake ea:ly application oa board, foot of Wall strent or to v JUStbPH McMllHHAY, p, Illte26rc 100 Pine street, comer of South. KUK MVtRr.iO-?To .nil uli ol March-Th^ (WWrV^liii' soil 1'tlKKNRtl, T. 1). Palmer, loaa-ar, will '\ Hbiil oa the above day. J roi ,*** iKe only, apply ou board, pier 23 t k Slip, or to ?i YVOUDHuLl It Ml.ntulusn, ik f 2J?c S7 South street. V PA"aAOK FROM UtlBl.lN. COHkTwa l ltk. " whbwfoftl), urrhy, cole-llainf-. BKLKaot, IK|\e*r.. 11 irghrda, Be?Pirsoni wishing to send for .lie11 iiiriid > can nave th-rn brought vat from any ol the above Offa u fust clui A me icsn Pacuet klrpa, on the most raasonLbleleruu end without iheirexperiencing any utiunerasa y de eution. Mr. \V. Ta xcott, one of tne firm, a ill t.e ou th t, pot to give hit personal atteulion to th* passengers engaged k >y th subicr.lers or their a,e<.U here, aud |/>rsous stay retv it hit the wnhm and comforts of thi.ie eb le passage mty he ft njaied by them will h ve all due mi l proptr attention. Fur pi larticuLrs app>y, if by lett r. post-raid, to ti WTfc J. 1*. l'AFSCOTT, m it tlirii (lejeral Tallage Oflke, 41 I'eck Slip, eor. South street. >i ahi e, also, lira ts in.iy he i blame I, Ir.r large rr small soms. t, ayuble ju ilriiinid. wi bout diicount or my other uha it*, ai r, lie National ur Provide Bu.ki of Ireluri I, tr *uy o tneir r. irench a throuehoul the KingJnm (r'.'2 re ,t KOR liLASbUW-KtlO LAlt TMAUKtt? KCTgVThc hue. faal ailng Biitiah Barque ADAM C ARli, . JNHMfaC'ai taiu Ho art ^c itt, havn g twu thirda of her carga r uuik< u, ail have immediate deapatch. Fur tm ance of f i ifcht or paa?age, havir g good aeeommoda- w ion?, apply to the Cap.aiu on hoard at /am*a Blip, or to WOODHULL It MINTCRnS, f Krc 87 Month at-eet r PACK E. i Kott 11A V HE.?fSecond Liue). The ^ Ss.ip uNKIDA, Jaiuea Kanck, OMater, will tail ou waullflBo ' lie Mt of March. for height or p. ja?g? apply to BUVD It HiACKlhN, Mo. 9 Toutiue Building, ft rc Corner Wall and W*te. treeta. kO" MAhSMLLf.K-Packet of lat ol March? Xjjji^VTlit ?hip Hc-NRY THOMPSON, Capt. Sylvealer. HUKb for freight or pa??ag?, app'y lo LAWHE,NCK ?t PMELP*. h llll front at real, or to pi BOVD 6t HIM KfcN, Agai-ta, (15 toM ler. 9 Tout me Rinldmir. cor Wall and 'Voter ita. fifqt KOK BfcLIZP HO M DUB A3?Brig JOHN~R wlfy (J V RDNk'.K, J. Peder?en, mailer. mW. Kor Iraight or paaaega apply to Captain na honrd,or A,o ?. ALEXANDER. Ij ftl 4t"ic 28 ttoatk aneet. ?f?> I ILL) ll I. A' HACC I.INK OP f A' K B'l'*? MKgJWThe packet ship OXk'OKD C'npta n Ra'liboue wll tgNHWohe deapatcbrd for Liverpool ou the lat ol March, J her tegular day. * Thoae tviahiug to engage paiaage will require to make early " ipplicutiou to JOHN 11LB DM AN. ' 6> sooth at. h' N. B ?IVaage from Oreat Briraiu and Ireland can be .ernr d hv the tiisl -pncg jhioa of the line, at the l.iweat rate; and w Ir.fu can, aa uaual, lie furuiaVd for auv amonat, payable in ill the principal towna witlieut imy charge, ihroaglinnt Oreat n Britain end Ireland, on application aa above 122 tolrre fjfi- BLACK BALL, OR OLD LIk'E OK LI VSR 1BIW.POOL PACKKT&?FOB LI Vf ifroOL-Keguiiu .sHnCoPitcket o( the 1st March The remarkably list tilling faiorite.pncket s ip OXFORD, buuhan 900 tout.' aptaia Ratnbone, will positively tail 00 Friday, lit of Marsh, bej r' egulirdav a It ri trail kuown to rj e travelling pablis, that (he accommulatioua ' f the Black I'all Liu? of Packets. for cabin, seevnd *' sbij and steerage pa-.serigers, am untiiriwste.1 by aov ether line 0 >r mwI 111 port J'hnte now or hereafter returning to the old . lonutry, will atall limes hud it to their interest mo comfort to " lelect una coureytace. Fur p*s*<.ge, apply onboard, toot of deekuian rt.or to the subscribers, ROCHE, H ILOTfl K KM * CO., Si Knltoartreet. I neat door to the Kill ion Bauk L P 8.?The Oxford anil* from Liverpool on 'he 16th April. 01 'ers.vus sending lor their fii nds can have them brought oat re 11 her, or 111 any of t' e packets comprising this naguific-ot and d itiwjunllrd line, sailing from that port punctually on the 1st aid (tli ol each month f or passage, apply as above. C Tlie 1 acker slop Montexoma will succeed the above picket, ind sail for Llvrrjiool 011 the )9ih March, and will return to B ns purl on toe 111 of May. '21 t ml rr MIRNKW OBLEA NS?Louisiana ard .New JrTHrWVork Line?Poufi.ely First Regular Packet 10 sail T wHlfa' ii lie 1,1 of March ?The I'.st sailing pack** slop TTNTbKK, Capt. I M.Mlnott, will tail as above, her I eg 111 ar lay. Kor freight or pasaage having handsome fnrnialied ac- Pi uininoilatiou. apply on board ?t Urn-ant wharf, loot of Wall t or 10 E K < OLLINS It ' tf. .*> Mouth tt-eai Pos'tiva'y no freight received after Thursday uvsaii I, ih# A Hih instant. shippers oy this lint may rrly upon having their goods coreeily measured. uT Agiiits 01 New Orleens, fful iu It Woodruff, whs will _ immpt ly forward all goods to their address The pit1 e< ship tfaaion Capt O. Kldr ilge. will succeed the feuesee, M il sail till orh March, hri regular day lekieg tJKNUINE TKA8, / WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. r THE CANTON TEA COMPANV, { ' Prim if ol Storr, Id I Chatham street, New York, | Branch Storr, t\tt Hltrcktr it, N. Y. Is .llttuy at 116 Fulton itr-rt, lirookyn. .Uta, turner oj Main anil fan I Ionian it, Potman, S. J. I" NVITK THE ATTENTION OK CITY AND COUN- % I IIV families and purr h users to thuir leTrra' ntrsblish L IV 11^ where thev think will be found by fa' the heat ,r> i tiou of pure and unr.dulleratad Teas in the United Stales. ? Phe nu If' rssl p< polarity and reuowu ol their home, with refw ene-to high no-lilies low prices arid upright dealing, it too r < I. understood to render further eoinnient necessary. ( Original sud only wa/ehonse for the tale of Ho uqua's Black fee ObserveStrangerswill be particular to remember thermalernf

tlie principal store in Chatham street.visi "111," betwvio il aud ftooaev-'ll streets. c 'I he public wnl also be pleased to laka notice, tha' tha Caul nu Tea < nmpar.y ha?s nothing to do with any ether stoma si.atrter, etcept thr-ee dearriled at the top of this advertise, A Mat JU lm*rr A FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, tec. ^ rll- ss i.si ril-ers liave jus reoejved jerlte arrivals f-om r. Marie and keep ennstuitly ou hand, a complete ussurinivnt |,< k r 1 ch Ar itieul blowers -j Mst* rials of all kiiisi for Klnwsrs l>, in ns, II.ir Ornaments. and Millinery articles?for a'ehy HENRY It KkhN, Importers, ftlsi'nr fS Liberty street, ansttirs. YcIlLM AND n lEtl. PENS.?9M.9M l^aills srfliug off ~ hi 41 very low prices; dialers and conauinera ootid do well to all before purchasing rlsewhere. Also a large assortment of H Heel Pent, msnnfsetured by Pvrry, Oillottsnd Mitchell, *11 of ' vlnch will be sold very low,aiiher wholesale or retail, at tlie K uliacribee wishes to leave the business this spring Ci A McKKACHNIfc. Uuill Manufacturer, l?l ! ** U6 l'awrl street. IRK 1 <ING, FEBRUARY 25, 1! AM ERICAK HOT ElT, PHILADELPHIA, nit III m aiteatad on l.haatnat atr?at, oppoaite the , I M? H (ladapaudeom Hquar* ) and in the iiuioadiala ic-t.ty of *1 the I'tWoc <h|? 11 <e.-i nf imuomtii! n.il retort. ! Ii haa eanr hmit re lh" a,il IhoniMttli manner, hfji.hu J. 4?w?y I f| and tintaina uew.udi of one huuJioM ro"ir?, ?av ! which are p rlo't wi'h Miu .mi adjoining, tuiublr r ' lire aad r art ire ( ladire ud leutleumn. It win h? farnrehed .'.rouibout, (without regard to evpenae) >ih ?? and 're ?t lun.imru of hi- ino?i approved etyla. tu J i ireed lw iim recaption of (Sa travelling public,on the brat d y f Mareo wit. 1 ha pepm-tore flatter th'inarlvea, that thrir long eiiwricuce the haiwaaa. will ib'e thrm to conduct the American HoI. re all i;a laiwi-ntanu, in a-ich mtuner aa will pleaaa lire "Wi I a'Mo.ai and rii'mrw to their gneaia every comfort id laiury. in.t Can he found m any lloul m the United 1 ? Ba'hiag H'l'ima ar? auachad to the Hotel, where %rm and Id n iter Mtin will at all timaa be in rwidineaa. IUNKV A CtlAMTKK, >. J AMK.ii MAC LALLAN. \ r'0hn?tora. fiaaa-' ' Mb hr< J15 3mrc KVH W'.i. HDTKL-BALT1MORK. VI ftdl I A I I VI k U AM Ua. aw., d-- ..I llf'MDW E? 'oJACKWIlN inc.) iwr.Dertliip. >. d in 1'uiarv tin* home wili Muad-rt-d Of name of < OLK. M A N k JACK AO N. Toe jw.r iueg-th" tr?>?|iiua i>ub,ic. a id lullueuce of oar '?ili. >t >u?cili|iy io'i' .i*d. 1 - m?i|c I, mi nimac . VV.VNA ..' >310N HOU^h HOTEL i ' t .' r..?, ?.i i.? i .> Tinna i.. intorw hit ImcoiI* and 1 - a ... i!.m?f is now located in (.. cm a'fa.i Ne ?7, la the vicinity rf iti? n.'aml nit Undi ,| .J ?i m* ' tuoiaea, hanus >idoJiout tamily rptrtmertt Tiagmro 0. Mtait order. A rn.)- .t'm. >y?d u? pro.ate p?ri*iit to Ivid pn??eii??r? ??,.ij- kc tti.i ?''I board yeaeelt imm* 'ii.-Hr ef'.er the rii'i I IliPioaiwadrrl. '1 ? wi .?, to aim laiaad should pr.wne a /.itmorl fro is w Hjwicab I. oai al, : iue r - . if 'int. irUaHou, lo obrmte Ai< tallies dM ire en ? ? !? ? .11 ""HP WILLIAM rULTOW e.Niil.WH A l)VLK f iSLMiiNT. OSJfm-ttt KATHARINK'H HOTEL, oupo??te ih? * St. k t|hariiie't Dock (Intra, and ncrnr the Hovel Mint.? HOMAf LtNNfcY. tin t.M Seaward of tha British ueru Rmoiaahip. rr*|.rctColly mloiou hia friend* in the United taiae, that me Han the manatrmeut <>f the a Were new andelemlrsiabimh rut. which ia built mid larniihed regnrdleat of petue. and m in ??*r> tea port adapted (or the ror.ept.on of fa.liea and aa'.lemea Tiait.ua Kugland. at the hotel froute that irt of ihe^tk !u which the linnet ai.il moat of the other Amr C all r .?eel|Uv. and it wiUua in* wiuntrt vtalk of the Bank I id ll.i?*l Kacn iu?e 'l'hr li.iutr will bt conducted ou libeml id economical pr.uciplea 'l or Co Bee Koom it tupplia 1 Willi le l?ednii American. Kaat taaliau and Colonial pa|>rra. The laadt, Wati. kc are ol the Brit quail y A Rood Billiard t oji uud Warm Hatha will be Innnd in thehouie Gentleeai nuv caatrnct by tor werb or aiouch lot board, ke. no tiie .inn tamia aa in Amenrt. T LENBIlY beta to aatr re thrte who may bouor hitr. with .eir patronage that anthiug aha'l be wautmg to rruder them imiorlabU, and by attention pi the witlim ol nut raesU, hu|iea > merit that enudJence and t .id will ao literally bestowtd ou im when atwuil ?l ibe hr.cn Qtrru dltr MERCANTILE LIHR.ARY, CL1XT0X HALL &>,i*)0 Vl)LUML3i EVPNTY BKI " HH ?nd AMERICAN PERIODICALS >KR AO > A net risgngid in ran. anliir pursutlt m iv become tubtcribara, ou leiuwwt <f lira dollar* a y eat?beiug the me teiwt en whirh MtrclimUl art ndiiutt'd. "y order. t HA *t. M. WHKATLET, Klm*ia lUeordinit Kecretary. OR UTEHJitSIT IXSTITUTipys AHD F-URLIC AND PRIVATE, LIBRARIES. JOMK.R'B ILIAD, in Setea Lauauaget. a highly Auiahrd 1 edition, puhliturd al Kloreuce, (Ttal ,) OMlLKK 'I aX I' tult uiu|r a 'itenl Litio trautlntion by Hayn*, a M'liic.l rrtion iu the Laliu laJiR iaye, by C'unich, iu th? lulnn by louli, it theUerman by Vott iu the bliiifli.il by Poire, in the rench by Aiau. u, and in the Siwuiah by liarcia Mali). Tli it work comprint tweutv-fnr U'lmtert, Corininf two lodion.e quarto voluinra, p'.arh uumber coatwjt|a atlpaih IB aeiuR, d-t aued by Piofrttor ISenriui, from Kloiecca 'I he price of each utiiu'.rer it $i 50? two i.umlieri to he pubilied mon.hlv. [7* Bobicriptiona rrceitedat Mr. RICH AIIDB' Ollice. 74 itpeuard a'reel, coruer of Broadw ay, orvr Die New York Lymia f4 Im'rc WILLI AM T. JENNINGS to CO., DRAPERS AND 'IAILURS, NO. BROADWAY, MP.RI' AN HOTKI., (OPfVHiTK THK KOUbi I'AIN,) 'OLD 1 1' attention to an iityoire of NKVY OOODB re' c.red |>er laal tteaim r, direct from our aRrat in London, intittiug ol L'lotha, Cnttmieret in t <ri?u> new ityles tpleril Silks and Ballot for drett Von. Merino, V.lreti, bin , ith a larflM wrtinent of rich Siik and Siti i sc irft, Crnvata, auilk rchaf't. Olnvee, But.cudeni, I'mtimcrobet. kc. We wottSwiigRmt to our jaitroci thit Iroui tint additional rility, we ?o ill b* able to tapply thrra al an early date with [| tne ucfeme* 01 ine t,onu n an-i Paris markets and mauui i' raputation of tin* eaMhliihmeut for the moderate price* liictl have elicited to liber >1 a patronage ait.ae the adoption ol le teady inet-ey by wbieti w? are eo bird to furnish irm?n(? at from Zi to 31 per cent let* thin formerly?a ature in the i-aublutimeut. which Mat mrnmeud it to th-me tlitirime article* for immediate a>*. ia ihe addition to onr oolt ofa? assortment of lir-tquality KEADY MADE UAHlENTS, iucladiiiK Sar touts, Cloaks, Do-** and Frock Coat*. autalooua and Vyata, Itc. jt?28 lin^ee clothing manufacturers. HHE i?b*cr,l)-r? would inform m'-rchan'a tisiiiiik the city, L who Irish their own foods miiitr'hcttired, thit thav n e ep*re?)V> miunfaC'tire e?rry dri-.rii li n 01 Cli-iking. brum i ir ii'i^n ncea.lomed to raauolaelai-for lh* Souliiarn aad ' -st-Ta market* lor the last twelve ye.tr*. th v feel eenRdcnt, ith the lvrae number of hands ia their employ, to g?t up a oca at abort notice and with enure sat ufa non MANN A MeK I MM. tft Oa'Bwsa eWee*. itt" Kniekerlnifher Homes pa?? clone to the I lor* 18 3m*rrc ~ to" tailors! JTINF.MF.T8' NKW AND COMPLETE 8Y81F.M * FOR CUTTING rve-y kind nf Fashionable Uanneut now i vogue. i? ready for delivery. A* the repnt.uion ol the an ior aa a faahiouable cutter i* too well knf?u to require newatper comment, tttia a/stem it with coi.l d'.ice ollen -l to the adc?ill a* a mere theoretical invention (or apeculatmn,) but i the tnmrt practiral and eemplete work e? it publish'd on tnit ibj.-et It i* the ,e?ult of many yeaia ettenair* and la.hinna!e practice in New Yorknnl Pnrii, and will ha fonnd to eontin tnch ample, (lain ami precis* inat action*, a* to anahla rery student te cut with ea*e and cerlaiate, all the ?ari-ui yha of garments now wo-u bath in ta u|* and Amarica Thief.stem cannot be nile-trd by ihe lutura"Stances ol f<uhin. aud ia recommended to th* proleaaiou as a standard work, ill may be ob'a ned of the an'hnr. S3 Cedar itroet, and can be irr. anled to ?r. f part ol ih? United Hral'a Aleo, complete aata of Patiern* af the * rion* stylus of garteute cut t such airw* a* rray be raquued, and nani-nte* to with easeand elegance. (hlm"re SENTLEMEN'8 FURNISHING STOKE, 69 MAIDEN * LANE. On* Coats, from $8 to 11 Sack do I la 1 Frock do 1C to 14 Dreae do 9 to 14 fink J to I Vesta J to 4 All made ol the b??t materials and eat in the modem etyle. Pertoua furuiah/utf their own materials Can depend upon iving them made in th" beat maonir, at the following ice* Drey Coat*, mad* nod trimmed ft to 10 M Urea* do do do ......... 7 to 10 M Frock do do do to it M Veatiand Pnntaloona, ? SI id to I 75 Shirls made np to order. after the latent and must approved renfh imttnrca. Uu<ti r garments ef all descriptions couatanir on huiil. Olnvos, Hoaiary, Cravats, Hcarfn. Saapenders.hx j I lm'ee W. COLLIN* SCOTT'S BAZAAR, "\KT STREET, Numner -7. between Broadway uil J Greenwich SANDS 8' OTT re'trrns hit mot' sineer, tanks (n Iiii fn'Tidt and (he public at Uraa fir the libeI support received ,ine? lie opened tneabo-e honae, and hopes t the ?mr atriet atiwnioii to merit a en.it intiaoec iiereuf. The una i i-a of bis Ale?, Wines, Lirjnors and Cigars, are >o weii If own to need enminaot. A lar/a assortment of llcfrwshmmta to ha had at all boon ail) 12nt night, such as? Beef Steaks, Poached Eggs, Sardines Motto Chops Cold Ham. Hnckwhent Cake? Fri-d Kidney*, Cold Corn d B.wf, Coffer and Tea, Ham ind Eggs, Pickleu Touyuea. Wulnh Ra-ebiu,itc U.ib'tu Ofjw i-stout always on drmght. A good Dinti-r oI Rout or Boiled Masts for one tlitliu-y avr! day from one to 'hiea o'oloea. Families supplied with the brat Scotch and Irish Whisk** fo h'use better supplied with Kngliih It i?h. -scotch, VVrLh II city Pnpers. Alwayt the in,.est pnnsihl* uawa by tw teime-a. l? .od Room* for IVirate Partics Clubs, Meetings and Re iran-ea I21m*ee TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. M PEYSER tk CO (lately removed loni the comer ot William and John, to No (n John avert ) offer for *sl> i liberal terms. wholesile aud rrf.il, the following a ticl- a eeie.'d by recentarrival* ? rrlin but Zephyr Worsted?the most complete assortment ii (bis count- y. anvass for Embroidery, of cotton, silk aud worst,d. in al widths. erlin Embroidery Ps'terna?of the choicest and newest d * Ciiti'ioa; E mh oidenes, hoist,e,I and commenced ou select silk, wo-a red and cotton, werktd in the inoit nut- ful Parisi n style. assets for Hair Drnesee, of gold, silver,and aila and ti"S-lled Bracelets (omits, liar Pius, aud a lug* variety of uthehsent Jul Pari, Fancy Article*. arse Oruamauks?Mtm-I. gilt and silver Beads-, Bugle's Parte Twi?t, plain snd shaded, in stic's and slum's E.inaroidei , and llo, er Chenille, of silk aud me a I and a la. Iso, Knugra. Ctimt-s and Cord and Tassals. imported and nt their own manufa :tnre, of gold, silver, silk, he. all color, and widths 'f~ Branch Store at IT.9 Uroadwav, (formerly |J7 Broadway.) f7 Jrwwa ULEE PER, BROTHERS ; NO. M MARKET STREET. PHILADELPHIA, I NTIt-IPATINU the revir I of hnmaata |,ui mrrmaad > th-ir *lork and mnti niacin ring oiwnviooa *o ? to rival trie nateat aa ?b ialimanta on (h? alula- Purrhaaer* may i?|y m ' I UK riipplied witti any qu.ntitv and qnilityuf UMBUKL AS. PARASOL* AND SUN SHADES, iodudiar the te Ptrui*!. *ryle Bi-in* drterin ned not 10 ?ncrumb :o the nrwia.it imrr eon 'tiMO'Mbeir go ?l? lie olfert d .? th? lowantendurable adcnrr i the rwil rot ; while r >n?Oti In ,,n t ? ,|en to introduce im oT-mritt in aiy a, Material aud workma' ?hip, tin* itock w I Wnya com, nae tha mot faahinnablc and tint inauufactatrtt ode in lli? " atk t. f'4 2wrr ~rTlK~NL VV VDliK LKCAL OHSKK.VKH. V- I'll;-; lat i f March will tie pu iliahed No I, Vol. J, of ' tin* w r?. In additioa to tlia Report! that lure hitherto a|e mil in ptiMirat'on will La givn a ie,-i'i ol (aireddd in lli'1 Stit rama Crwit and tlia t otirt of Error*. ( w Incli ill ha km nli'it by Mr. Hill;) nl?o, a irnri of Ciua* drcided in 1a Chancellor a < our*. ANALYTICAL DICKST. dHitional Iravaa wulba ad -il for the purpoie of airing an nahloal Uigeat of ilia whole of tha C..mm ilaCidad in fi r i K'i?h Common Law and I- quity < i.urta, tha Hollar of Lorda, ? friry Council, and the r.r.c'raiwtical anil Adimralu ourtij alao, in tha Co nt of the I hanctHot ol' I aland, (An fii'itdtn) Tin I'ig?it will ba ao a r-i fad. that it may C? mud rapar italv hv*v quarter thaia will be a complete part ha tanna will be (im l?li a the Hi year) $:i a fear, m ailTa.iCi ,'ilith-d aauii-iooollily at 42 Ann niram V?? Verb haml. Owen, Ed tor. Wanwd?Two or thrwn "o?u witn to traval aa Atlanta. XI lw?. r HIDKS, PAT A NT) CALF SKINS. [U1K HIGHEST PRICES giren lor Hidaa, Kat and Call I rkin?, Ci?h currant moti'y, ou drlirary, at tha Hide m o at Houra of ih? aubactibar, wnara routracti will ba made fot alLkin* by the aeaaon.or thehialirat pjice^Mum^jM^he pound f 13 2in*rc 222 Elizabeth it, between Prince and riouaton SERA 344. EvUa In tlu Administration of Justice la I 'our Country. Our government is called a " model reimblic," ! by the friends of free institutions, <tud is the subjsct of animadversion and dispraise by the rnon-I architts and advocates fur arbitrary and tyranicul forms and systems. Our free institutions exrite the admiration of the friends of liberty all over the world. And they become more and more dear to the people of our country, as they matured by experience, and as their blessed effects are seen and felt by the people. ... ! We are justly proud ot our free institutions. | The only free government on the lace of the earth . will contrast her political condition with the nations around her; and that "comparison and con-1 trust, will increase her love and affection for her i ovyn free institutions. There are, however, some j evils to lie remedied. We wish we could sneak i the same language in favor of the administration of justice in our country that we have just used in regard to our free systems of government. We have no reason to feel proud of the administration of our laws A comparison in this respect, with the administration of justice in England nnd France, would not result in opinions favorable to our own superiority. We fear, very much, that in the comparison we should fall behind them. We feur that justice is less certain here than there. If this be so, the questiou is naturally asked, to what is this state of things owing 1 Why is the administration of the law less certain here than there 1 We will proceed to state what we suppose to he some of the causes of the evils here in the administration of justice. In the first place, we will notice the absence of form nnd ceremony in our courts of justice. It is a mislukt*i notion umong us, thut these are useless things. They are, in eflect, matters ?f stibstunce, and have a most salutary and restraining influence upon the people. In our southern and western borders, where, there is very little form, there is no gravity or dignity in the whole course of proceeding, from the judge down to the tipstaff and sweeper and duster of the court. Tumult and disorder ptevail, quarrels and fights take place between the parties engaged, and even between the counsel.| Almost every newspaper we open from the south and west, is filled with narratives of disorder, turmoils and riots ; even the halls of justice are desecrated by brawls and fights. These things are great evils in our land, unu we think they are in a great measure owing to the cause we have just referred to. They are to he attributed in u great measure to the absence of form and ceremony 111 our courts of justice. In Great Britain and in France, and indeed in all the States of Europe, the influence of form and ceremony is felt und udmil ...1 'in.u ;0 ..>,i... ,,i He takes liis seat under the canopy of legal power. All the forms are well calculated 10 strike the great mass of attendants with awe and respect. They seldom or never have disturbances or disorder in their courts of justice. Here they are familiar and increasing. To what can the difference be owing but to the cause we have just mentioned 1? In this country the judge sits upon the bench clothed in the attire of a private citizen. There are no imposing forms or ceremonies from the commencement to the end of the process. The consequence is the want of respect in the audience, and an entire absence of awe and fear among the suitors and persons about the court. We would have this evil corrected. We would have more form und ceremony. For in such a case we believe lorm and ceremony to he matter of substance. We would have the judges clothed in the robes of justice ? We would have strict formality observed in the proceedings of the court. And we would have the least levity and indecorum immediately and certainly punished. With these reforms in the administration of justice, we would go a great way in eradicating the evils we have been speaking of; and woulu have as good ground to claim the respect of the world for the salutary and pure administration of the law us we have lor the excellency of our free institutions. There is another evil in the administration of justice we wish to notice. It is one of considerable magnitude, and one that calls loudly for retorm ? It is the abuse of witnesses in our courts of justice. The object of testimony is the development <>" the truth of the cuse, in order to enable the cour; and jury to decide upon it. It isol two kiuds, verbal and written. In our various courts of equity, written testimony is used to develnpe the truth, hut ia our common law courts witnesses are brought upon the stand and make a verbal statement ol the facts before the court and jury. There has been much diBoutMuon a* to which 13 the best'mode ol proceeding to elucidate the truth. The people seem to prefer the common law mode, of verbal testirnony, given in the presence of the court, llut all the writers upon evidence agree that whether this be the beet mode or not, it must, by no means, be abused, or it will become an instrument of oppression. We have seen many instances where witnesses upon the stand have been grossly insulted, and the privileges of the court grossly abused.? The object ol the proceeding is to investigate the truth ot the case. And we would ask the counsel, lite court, and the people, whether this onject can be obtained by brow-beating, bewildering, confounding or irritating a witness. If the motive of the proceeding be simply the truth, how can we justify the treatment of witnesses, that we almost daily observe in our courts of justice ? It is a very general, but mistaken notion, common to members of the bar, that their duty to their clients require ol them a victory against their opponent, by almost any means. They forget that the object of the trial is the discovery of ihc trulh, and they do not blush to excite, bewilder, and confound the witness for the purpose of obtaining a victory at the expense of trulh. This is a very great evil, and should be remedied. A man of pure principles and a conscientious heart, would consider and act upon the rulefthut a trial or legal investigation, is t process for the discovery of the truth. A inert instrument to develope the facts of the case, and 10 which all other considerations should yield ? He would consider his duties to his client as anon dary to this jtrimnry object of the administration ot iiistice. If the members of the bar would taki this view of the subject, and proceed upon this principle, the reform, at once would lie completed, and many of the evils of which we have been complaining, would cease to exist. There is another cause for some of the disorders in the administration of justice in our country, and lor which perhaps there is no remedy but in the intelligence and virtue of the people. Our judicial systems are new and peculiar. In linglnnd, France, and in ihe different states of Europe, there is n indicia! body pervading the kingdom from tin t.il.nnul ,1....,., ... I...! iliginm uiuwimi uvwii) 111 * ui|?C (launilUII, II the loweat It is a compart body, one of the de purtments of the government. 'lhe I .tat mid highest tribunal supervises hiiiJ correct* tlie proceedings of" the inferior. Harmony and uniformity of coursi ,>revm11 among them. Hut in this country the can is vrrv different. Here we haven very (treat mini her of independent mid unconnected State judicu toriee, entirely separate and independent of ear I other. We could lurdly ex|>ect a uniform cnum of action between tribunals so various and inde rodent of each other, as the several Stale Irihu nils are of each other. That this Hate of thing has some influence hi promoting irregularity ant disorder in our court* ol jmnce we have no doubt We should like to e iny the reforming priiiciph i little lurther. We should like very much to mf in purifying the bar and even the bench In out judgment, no man should make the adininistriitiot of the law un millummt of pecuniary profit ? Higher olijeets and alliu should |>erv??|e the breast: of those engaged in the administration of |ii?tire And, to improve the profession, we would hauish /mvcrty anil leant from its rank* It should be made less accessible We love and respect tfie poor ; bvt) stilL it is no place for them The avenoei of wealth and honor are ojwn to them as free ssto the rich We would have no restraints or disutiili tie* upon any order or < la - of p*-tsons, hut we would keep the fountains mid streams of ju?tn-* pure, and from being disturbed or diverted by any influence whatever. The professor* of ih? law should he above want, and beyond the reach of corruption And we would carry the reforming principle <*(||| ? . little furth" r We believe the judge* o| our < onrti concerned in tlie admiuistration ot the law, would sutler by a comparison with the juilg<'? ot the courts of the various atates of I,urop>- We fear there t* mm It room for reform, in re-jwi r to them In Kugland and France the political partisan lis- m hopes of ever ascending the judicial bench h would, indeed, he a dmpialific itimi th? n. hut Imo often is it the subject <d judicial reward here ' A political judiciary in the most daug<mu? "id tin most contemptible of all legal -t.iolisfiinenu It seems almost impossible to aifd anotl.' r ingredient of uegradatinn. Idl us endc.ivor to refonti tin. evil. I.et ua be more carefu in th<* ~? le< ti?.n -t our judges, and then we shall have taken one ate, ii? reform the system of o u edminis<ggliW inaitco Tra*Kck*iirntai.i*m.?t ." a lone ih negative, am: passive; cold is actual, duafming with ga**?-? it, triction to nanenity, the pr.msl being griddle, tone* f,, .tig Kaiina urlied in bowfa, project, I Venn ail, tencl. to ditpernon, hat blending with caloric mlmit.*tg? is circle*, producing bin keh-ati In onltf I- rum thi* r?n. pi nation ipnng hnckwhnat rake* i hi, la my iw> o the ?abj?ct, audi do not see that you atiggeai anything which goes bey owl It.?/'ear. dene. ID. Prtoo Two Cobm, Mokk Tkreiblk Kirks.?We have received a few j>articulura of two more dreadful tiree, in which several lives were lost:? Kime in Nantucsbt, abuIUbbat Lott o? Like.?The New Bedford Mercury ha? received intelligence that the I'uor lioui,e at Quaiae, Nantucket, waa entirely continued by tire on the night of the 'Jtkli iuat, and eight periona, inmate* thereof. perished in the flumes. The name* of the unfortunate (ulferer* were aa follow*:?Paul Jenkina, T. Hull, I'hehe June*, Sophia Bube, William Hutchiui, Jonanathan < athcart, William Hoimea, Adiah Davis. No other particular* aro given. I But*ittit* kiar ,? Noawien.?We learn from Adam* a < oKsprasa, that a fire broke out about five o'clock yesterday morning in the city of Norwich (lit.), which, when our informant left, had consumed twelve buildings, including the Bank, and we* ttill raging in all direction*. There, being only three engine* in the place, it waa ianI?*ilble to arreat the progrea* of the darner. v* c uuee receive-i a IfW additional particular*, Which we an lie J. 1 be lire tbi* morning in ( bill It Hopkins'* cellar huu coiixunie.l tiie whole of lioxwclra How, together with Amoe II Hubbard ? houic en.I atotea, and the email hrirk l<tiil<lii>u eouth from the corner K Gallup'* building i* much injured the walia Uhi.Iiiih buckingham and Andrew* laved their good*, hut the Iront ot the atora i? injured oonakUiably. The trtuli in the Ito*. well and Hubbard building. are auid to have raved nioet of their effect*, and were other* i?? Hilly inaured. It wa* a calm night, or the lo*a would h?v? been very heavy.? The tiro touted lioui 3 to 0 o'clock. Fi*l in r*WTtc*KT?About tia o'clock thia morning the cotton lactory lulioinn.r 'he bridge on ti e l<h".:.> Iviand aide, at Pawtuckat, heluuging totlieheiia ol the lute I'mdon Jenrka. S'.aq , called the buttnigton mill, took fire and wu entirely coniume.1 The file wai romti unseated by the falling of a lighted lamp among the looae cotton wuate on the lloor, which immediately ignited and xpreml with (itch rapidity that the whole bunding waa aoon enveloped in Maiuei Th* factory ail in lull operation ill the nianuUeture ol printing rlutht. employ nig 32 loo ma and !?40 aj.indlea?Pw'iJmrr T< antcrift, /V 4 2i. A Ntw Project to Imfkovr Moral* and Mannrrs.?Mr. Kditor?I beg leave to euhnut to your reader* the draft of a law I inland gelling passed by our Legislature. It apeak* for itself; and in gathered front the united wisdom of sixteen old maids, who have had lite matter in charge noma time. Mr. Sly Boots, member from P , will present it. a law for the Birren promotion or tmp. pcblic MORAL*. Hr.cTiON 1.?Any married man of the ag* of 43 yaara and upward* who ahull kiaa any Unmarried female ha tweentheagex of 14 anil IV, ahall, on convirtlon thcraof, he piniixlicd by fine and unpilaoiimi-nt , Ike line not lea* than two hundred and fitly dot ur* the iinpn.oiimrnt not leak than five year i, Any unmarried man who ahall commit the like otlcnce, ahull receit* mie half the piimahmant before mentioned. Sac 'J?Any married or unmarried man. undar the ago ol 40 yeara, who ahull Lira any unmarried iemxle between the age* ol 'JO dm) JV, ahall on conviction theieol. be imprisoned two year*, uud lined not le?* than fifty dollura. Any man under the age of !.'< w lio eUwit kiaa any unmar I led female over the age of 'IV, ahall he fined oue hundrad dtlitra. Sr.o.3? Any married man who ahall kiaa any married woman, uhall. on conviction thereof, pay a fin* ol two iiimurwi una nny Hollar* , 11 11 rr ItiuhaiM i? ?l sea, thru thn fine may be reduced to out; bundled dollars , if bar hunhuml smokes cigars, a (till further rsduetiun, at Ilia option ot the Court, may tie made. See. 4.?Any man, married or single, who shall look at a wumnn or girl, married or single, in atu'h a manner aa shall teem to dennto a desire to kits her, or shall smack his lips whilst so looking, or lick hia jaws, shall he doelated guilty of a misdemeanor, and flui d titty dollars Sec.6.?Any man who looks curiously at a woman crossing tha strret, with a view of detecting the contour of iher ancles, shall he fined twenty.lira dollars Sr.c. 6?Any woman who shall, in crossing Ihe street, elevate her frock and under garments so u? to afford any man an opportunity of seeing her ancles, shall he fined fifty dollars, unless she Iniugs a certificate from the street Inspector that the mud exceeds eight inches in depth. Savannah Hivkk Pirate*.?'The recent Trmperunce movement mining the seamen in the port ot Savannah, haa exasperated the sailor landlords,and crimps, who get their living hy slupllyiiig the sailors with 1ii|uur Hardly a night passes, we are told, without some art ot aggression. On many occasions tha city guard hat hreu called upon to protect ship* from the attacks ot these marauders. Several captains are afraid to leave tbrir ship* at night without arms and an escort, as their lives have bran repeatedly threatened. There is a regular hand of cut throats and scoundrel* in this city, who (brink trom tin? light of day, but prowl aliout during the night, to do tlieir nel'ai ions work. The tuition art-finally d? lei routed to protect thenmelve*, to persevere in the good raute of ternperance, anil now when they go to the Temperance meetings, tliey aim themselves with clot-* ami ui*tols (or defence. Thing* hare gone ao tar, that the creel offtwo or three ahipa lying abreaet at the whence have associated themselves together, tinder their captain*, for the purpose of mutunl defence On Friday night, mlt inatant, a notoriotia rrlrop name<l Daeid Lawrence, who is thu most aconiplivhed and daring acoundrel In the lot, came on board the ihip Joint Munn, with a sailor whom he had decoyed away, lor bla client. Captain Watt, of courae, retusad to give it up The fallow went afterward* into the toracastle, where he presented one of hi* pi?tol* at the breast af the steward, threatening hit life because he hail acrrated the man'a trunk. Attn striking the cook on the itrnd with the hutt end of a pistol, he lei? the ship, dischatging hi* firearm in the diraclion ?itera she was lying. This tame man at another time presented a pistol at < aptain Muir of the *hip tglintou, while Captain M.'s l>aek win turned The Captain wa* armed, and was seasonably reminded ol his danget, bjr Captain Mcliittrick Of course Hie cause a| hi*|ortomliiig wus that he had done hi* best to protect bit men against (base pirates, ( apt Mehittrick has had twe of hit men tnken away ftom his ship at one time, ami oaa at another. He knows w here two ot them are now, hut ia afraid to go and take them away. Captain Roy. of the Springfield, a vessel now gone to sea, had one ol his men taken ; and the piiatea went on hoard duiirig the night, and took the chest of the man, who was surpr ised to find it near his bed on awaking in the morning. He wanted lo return to the vessel, hut said he wus threatened w ith daeth If he attempted an escape. Anolhei fact has lest come to our notice, which may be mentioned. Threat* have olten bon made against Dr. Arnold, for hi* deportment toward* these men while Mayor of the eily. A few nights since he wn? called to visit a p'antation below. He did not get back until the following morning, and was follow ed by a letter liom the overseer of the plantation which he visited, stating that two >it mud men, one ol them in the garb of u sailor, had inquired tor him, and had followed him to some of the houses ha had viiiled, but missed him If they had romr serosa him, they would have found him armed. He supposes (lint he w as seen to go down the ri w r, and hence the pursuit .Now, it is a sad state of afliiir* when ou? citirens are to la? singled out and hunted down n* objerta of vengeance in this manner.-- Savnnnah Republican, Feb. 17. From Port of Stain, TniNiriATi?Oil Saturday lavt the lltitish schooner Adtonn, Captain Hill, arrived -it thi* port in eighteen day* from Port of Fpain, Trinidad. Captain H givea rather discouraging accounts of the Ktatn of that market foi the sale of American proluce generally, excepting lumber, which was. at tha time of his sail.ng. in fair demand Flour ?vn* selling at $0; prime pork at $12 a 13; lice at $2J per hundred ln?.; codfish, $4 per hundred lbs A barque Irom New Haven, name forgotten, arriyed on the'J8tk ult.?SmorinoA Rs//uilitan, Frb IP. Army Affairs.? I' i* stated that the President ol the I ruled State* linn directed the restoration of Lieutenant James W. Shnumt.urg to the regiment of dragoons on the occurrence of the first vacancy in the grada of Captain ; hut, if n vacancy should take place in tha grade ol fust lieutenant before one in the grade of captain 'rivii ?> !? |il:in.i at the hcHdot the tirst lieutrnRiita, lor promotion whenever u vacancy shall occur nmoi n lh? nptainn. First l.ieut Lnclus Pitkin n>f the'Jd Artillery, m renin'nr.I In* commiHsion, to take effect June 1, 1844. Trkme.idock Howt..?Elder Swarm, while laloring lor the miuIm of the Bnnlter-li tilers. at turn s f|tiili! happy in his local allusion* Sen! he ' Ilia imoplc tmvr woike<l tri rjr haul, and spent a vast ?um of money, to Build yonder monument in honor ol the dead; now, if they would work as hnrl, and trivtiil as much money to titiihl a monument ol souls in fionor of Jesus hrlat. they would make the devil howl *o that you couid hear him all over Ilia 1'uited States." I vtn the anxiousminded of the elder's hearers couhl not help snnlinRRt tha idea of such a howl Cram hia utanic majesty Navat. ?The Honolulu (Sandwich Islands) rnrretpandenl of the Boston Merchant's t *cli?n|(e, under late of Nov 4 |s4?, writo The corvette Cyme, Com. mau ler Ntribhling. sailed for < alifornia and Mexico on the ,vh, arid tha Kne. I 'omnia lore Dallas, for Valparaiso, the neat day ." _____________ i )itii> Rivm ?At Pittsburgh, <>.i Tuesday, there were (our feet a liter rn the channel of the Ohio irvsr. A< Wheeling on T?i"?day, the Olno river had four and a half ret of w.iter in the channel, arid uus tailing. f \i i. iia the i hincic there an- seven prounda ,f ,in o>co ol which tha fourth is, talkativeness in women. \\ IhiiKtT I'rrf.-A country newapnper, in cit' i* a new store, says in conclusion, " We get a prime nor ol larott for prilling this in." ty ill> WOULD Be. WlTMtH'l TKKTIl, wina the ?v hillewir.u vat eret'SUi rtdapflv u Oeuiis'.ry n rn'.'" I r M relfhw -wl l?*r tut. W. '! horae, t) |>,4 , 41 k.Ml p,( ''lew I.:s Trvw t: CI > t't- Plane with naj isUr esl?trated Mineral, T4 f lags* Tooth on ri?oi it " " " 4i r?r 1 fe " ' Ueli ' *< K aoasirlve set ef " elk ?n .? u d e; iv.-J ,er i If. M w isnw r- ? u the ah"'' _ > It ? I, nun ,.'.,(c|ii-. it ii?.i - i'ha ? wilt *e n*A# ay H 1:7 it?.#er ! (ffflRLlitelf I I KM It iiwrikt | nsiMitid td canI ti?i"ets h>s aadieis end | Waecl iinr nun i<> the lt*v I ha r?iri.e? It "ft*m Hei r nerl roes lis d?, <lti a natershire ? Ihe above I anwd l> I'm -f iseoa ?f <><* la'a Uoetor W ill am I areas, a*. a w*e pr*rtuni(M in-dual man. sad died at Hoft .in in pehrssrt, II* Asv isf.ein-tioa naseetmg F. T fr m Cu ea ein K|,, In. aa "( l ead nf him tince that Ittii <j, will moat eratef'illl sake .wledged t.V his llleuda III tilt ureal*. [shin 111 Itaw Jw re

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