Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 27, 1844, Page 1

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IT?? T HI Tot. X., ITo. 58?Whole No. 3038. To tlu Public. THE NEW YORK HERALD?daily newspapsr?published every day of the year except New Year"* day and Fourth af July. 1'rice 3 centi per copy?or 87 28 par annum? postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?publiahad every Saturday morning?price 81 c?nt? per copy, or fS 12 per annum? poitagea Mid, cash in alvanca. , A, . ADVERTISERS are inlormed that the circulation of the Herald to over THIRTY THOU8AND, and increasing fait. It hoe the largft circulation of one paper in this city, or the world, and it, therefore, the bitt channel for hueinttt men in the city or country. Prices moderate-cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the most moderate priee, and in the most elegant style. JAMES OORDON BENNETT. PaoraiKToa or tni Hxbald Establishment, i Northwest corner of Fulton and Nassau streets. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. WBW ANHAnQEMknT? COMNKXCINfi OCT. 16TH ?Ao4J. ogM fluafci "^IvV FARE REDUCED TO TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. From the foot of Courtlandt street, New York. (Every day?Sunday! excepted.) Leave* New York. Leavre Newark. Al ? A.M. At 1 P.M. At 7X A.M. At l#r.M. 9 do. S do. 9 do. ( do. 11 do. 4 do. 9 do. 6 do. 3 do. UX do. #X do. 7 do. ON SUNDAYS. Leave* New' Jrk. Leave* Newark. At 9 A. M. and 4* P. M. At IX P. M. and9X P. M. The rax. of the Morn* and Essex Railroad for Orange, MillTiUe. Summit, Chatham, M*di*on, and Morriatown, run through from Jersey City without change, and connect with 9 A. M. and 3 P. M (raina from New York. NEW YORK AND ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave* New York. Leave* Elizabeth Town At a A.m. At a r. m, At 7 a.m. sx p. m. 9 do. S do. . 7* da. 5 do. 11 do. 5 do. SX do. 9X do. 7 do. 10 do. 1 P.M. The train* for Westfield, Plain field, RouadbrooU, Somer ville, lie., connect witli the 9 A. M., and 4X P. M. ; train* from New York daily, 8nnday* excepted. Kara between New York anu Klteabeth Town 23 cent*. Fare between do. and Somerville,'75 centa. NEW YORK AND AAHWAV Leave* New York. Leavee Railway. At * A. M At 2 P.M. At 6X A.M. At J P.M. 9 do- 3 do. 7 dl. 4X do. 11 do. 3 do. 9 do. I do. 7 do. 9X do NEW FORK AND NEW BRUNSWICK. From foot of Conrtlandt atreet, New York, daily Leaves New York. Leaves New Brunswmk. At 9 A. M. At 3 r. M. At A. M. At 12 M. 5 do. TX do. IX P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leavee New York Leavee New Brunswick. . At 9 A. M. and 4X P. M. At 12 A M? and ?X P. M. Fare, except in the Philadelphia trains, between Nrw York nd New Brunswick. 50 cent*. Between New York and Rahwty, 25 cent* Newark, Elizabathtown, Rahwty, and New Bruutwick passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, re ceive * ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the eon doctor only on the day when purchased The commutatiomfare between New York and Rahway nud intermediate places Jiss bean reduced (including ferry) to $30 per year ; betweeu TSiew Brunswick aud New York $75 per year. ul9 3ni FATEKSON KAlLliOAD. 2 E Oa ud after Monday, Oct. 3d, 1M3, the can will leave r*Tea?oi?l)?*eT. Leave New Yoke. a A.M. > A.M. 1JK r. M. |T\ M. C M The Sunday Train* will be discontinued until further noice. Transportation can leave daily (Sunday* excepted.) Pasaea rers are advised to be at the Ferry, foot of Conrtlandt street, h few minutes before the stated hour* of departure Jyl# 8m* WINTER ARRANOEMENT-FOR ALBANY, Via BRIDGEPORT and s|| Housatonic It Western ^^J55??3pRjui.dhohp?, Laily, Sundays^^^^^K SKTSHEJE. Excepted. J9BESL. Passengers for Albany by this Route will take the new and ele?aat steamboat EUREKA, Capt. J. L. Fitch, whieh leaves Now York from foot Liberty street, Kiidav morning at half put 6 o'clock, for Bridgeport, thence by the Housatonic and western Railroa Is, without change el cars or baggage crates, to Albany, arriving same evening at I o'clock, bare through For passage or Freight, apply on board, or at the office, foot f Libertyatraet. G. lA. PERRY, Agent. fi2<c NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RA -ROAD LINK DIRECT, CFox Newasi, NawBr.utvswica, I'nincETon, Tbemtow, BonoEivTowiv Ann Buhlinuton. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leaving .'few ' Pork daily from the foot of Conrtlandt st. I Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mail Pilot Line at<X P- M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bordentown, from thence by Steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Liue proceeds direct to Camden (opposite to Philadelphia) without change of cars. Passengers will procure their tickets at the office foot of Coartlandt street, where a commodious steamboat, will be in readiness, with baggage crates on hoard. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city, wihout being opened by the way Each train it provided with ? car in which are apartment* and dressing rosras ei'Tessly for the ladies' use. Returning, tha line* leave Philadelphia from'the foot of Wal at street, br steamboat to Borden town at 7 o clock, A. M. and by railroad from Camden, at i o'oloek, P. M. The linns for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7K A. M., and I P. M. being a continuation of the lines from New York. j? 3m?m OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. 61 SOUTH STREET. NEW YORK, fR. JR. m.HR Eraesaae can be engaged lromLircrpooniytne following spiendid packet ship* comprising the Ola Black Ball Liueof Packets sailing as snder Prom Liverpool. The ship COLUMBUS, Captain Cole, on the 16th Krbrnary. The step YORKSHIRE, (new) Bailey, on the 1st March. TheshgiCAMBRIDGE,Capt. Barstow,16th March. Tliesbip ENGLAND. Captain Bartlett, 1st April. The ship OXFORD, Captain Kaihbone, 16th April. The ship MONTEZUMA, Captain Lowber, lit May. The ship EUROPE. Captain Knrber, 16th May. The ship NEW YORK, Catdaiu Cropner, 1st Jnne. In addition to the above superior ships, the subscriber's ageuts will have a succession of first class Am rican ships despatched, as eostomary, from Liverpool, every four or five dayi throughout the year, > the d<lf<reut porta in tlie United 8totes, by which pes sage can be s-cnred at reduced ratea. Tnoae i-nding fortheir frieuda reaiding in Great Britain and Ireland, may re. Iy that every care will be taken to make passengers as comfortable as they can reasonably espe..t, and should he i>as>eng-rs not come ont. the passage money will be promptly refunded. Drafts,can as naual be furnished payable at ihe National and Frovincial Banks of Ireland and branch's; Eastern Bank uf Scotland and b auch'i; and on Messrs J. Bait, Son Ik Co., Banker*, London; Messrs. J. Baroed It Co., Bankers, Liverpool, which are payable throughont England and Wales. For further particulars apply (if by letter post paid) to JOHN HfcRDMAN, 61 South street, near Wa l street. N. B. Passage to Liverpool and London can at all times he engaged by the regular packet ships. Bailing for Liverpool every five day*, and to Loadou en the 1st, 10th and 00th of each month on application as above. j 13 ec NEW LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. TosnillromNew York on the 2Jth aud Liverpool on the 11th oi encn month. & m sl Know Nrw York. . ... Ship 81BDON8, Captain E. B. Cobb, 26th December. Ship SHERIDAN. Captain K. Depeysler, 28th January. Ship GAKRICK, Capt. Win. Skiddy, 26th Febrn-ry. Ship R08C1US, Captain John Collins, 26th March. rnun unr.nroui,. Ship 8IDD0N8, Captain A. B. Cobb, llth February. Aliip SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyiter, llth March. Ship OARRICK, Captain Wm. Hkiddy, llth April. Ship ROHCIUS, Captain John Collins, llth May. , These ship* an all of the firat claaa, upwards of 1000 toot, built in the city tgf New York, with anch improvements aa combine crest a|>eed with nnnanal aomfort for |>aaseacera. ' Every care lua been taken in the arrangement of their accora( modationa. 1 he price of peasant hence it $100, lor which I ample stores will be provided '1 liesv ships are commanded by I eiperiaaced mas'.wi, who will make every exertion to civa gofneral satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ships will be responsil ble for any letters, parcels or packages scut by them, tuiless re' gular bills of ladiug are signed therefor For ueight or uaasacc app'1 to ,fc. K. COLLINS it CO., 56 South st.. New York, or to f BP ;WN. SHIPLEY It bo., Liverpool. ? ' Letters by the pad eta will be charged 12>? cents per single hurt ; SO cents per oance, and newspai<ers I cent each. da PASSAGE FROM GREATBRITA1N AND IRELAND J6L jfik jsgL juv jffHy BTT1IS BTAW"BALL (flfflPlT LIN^F" LIVERPOOL PACKETS. niTTiinnri mi ine muni rrrry innnin.j * Pwioee "wlehing to *end to the Old ( oirotry for the if friend* Kq mak# th? nec<w*iiry arrangement* with tn# subscriber*. ve them come out in tin* ?u|K-rior Lin* of'Packet*, Hailing Irom Liverpool punctually on the 7th end 19th nf ctery month. They will *l?o here * firit rmt* el*** ofAmttil* trading ?hipu, anilniy every *ii day*, thereby affording weekly communieai ion from that iKirt. One of the lirm (Mr. Jnme* I). Hoc lie 11* there, to *e? that they thall be forwarded with care and de*r Should thepartiea agreed for not come out, the money will | be returned to thoae who |wid it here, without any reducTThe Black Ball, or Old Line of Liverpool Packet*, compri?e the following magnificent Ship*, vix psav 4 I With men iopyriof and lineoiulled arrangement*, the subI cnber* confidently look forward for a continuance or that support which ha* been extended to them to many year*, for which they ar? grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relatier*. c*n at all time* obtain Draft* at tight for any amount, drawn direct -* vSnMmrmtMt fin* <* Co. . . Bankers, London, E1 h will be paid on demand at any of the Bunk*, or thaii ehec, in all the principal town* throughout Kagland, IreScotland and Wale*. ROCHE, BROTHERS k CO. V> Knlton atreet New V*rk, nest door to the Knlton Bank. Pf. B.?The Old Line of Liverpool Packet* **il from thi* port for Liverpool on the lit and 19th ol each month. Partirn returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and advantage to (elect iht* favorite Line for their oon*?v*no?, in pev/srance ?o aay other, tWi r I E NE NEV OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETS! m m m m M'llrl OLD LINK of I'ackeU for Liverpool will A despatched iu the followiutcurder, eicepliug that whra the tailing uay ftlla ou Sunday, the thipt will tail ou the aucceed IS? .? LtTT.-w... From New York. From Liverpool lit* CAMBRIDGE, (June 1 July 16 50 tont. < Oct. 1 No*. 16 W. C. Bantow.i Feb. I Mai. 16 The ENGLAND, Jan* 16 Aug. 1 750 tout, < Oct. 16 Doe. 1 8. BartletC.f Fab. 16 Ajwtl 1 The OXFORD, (July 1 Aug. 16 800 ton*. ? No*. 1 Dec. 16 J. Rathboue. March 1 April 16 The MONTEZUMA, {July 1< ?*Pt. 1 1000 tout, . , ',Nw. I? Jau. 1 A. B Lowber, March 16 May 1 Tit* EUROPE. Aug. I Sept. 16 618 tom. '.Dee. I Jan. 16 E. O. Kurber, I April I May 16 The NEW YORK, (new) '.Aug. 16 Oct. I 950 ton*. '.Dec. 16 Feb. I T R <:?onn?? I1 A.,,.1 i* > I The COLUMBUS. 'l"?pt." V Oct!" 16 700 to in. {Jan. 1 Feb. 16 G. A. Cole,f May 1 June 16 The YORK SHIRK, (new) (Sept. 16 Not. 1 1UJ0 tou?, < Jan. 16 Mil. I D. G. Bailey, ( May If July 1 Time ships are not surpassed in point of elegance or comfort in their cabin accommodations, or m their fast sailiug qualities by any Te?eU in the trade. The commanders are well known ai men of character and esperience, and the atrictrst attention will always be paid to promote the comfort and convenience of passengers. Punctuality, as regards the day of sailing, w ill be obserred as heretofore. The price of passage outward is uow fixed at Seventy-Kive Dollars, for which ample stores of every' description will be trorided. with the exception of wines and liquors, which will e furnished by the stewards, if required. Neither th captain or owners of these ships will be responsible for any letteri, parcels, or packages sent by theni unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. For freight or passage, apply to GOODHUF. k CO, 64 Sooth at. C, H. MARSHALL. 38 Burling slin. N. Y. i?9tr and of BARING. BROTHERS k CO.. LWl. TAPSCOTT'S GENERAL EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICER m m m M: ARRANOEM FNTS FOk 1844. The subscribers beg to call the attention of their friends and the public generally to their superior arrangements for bringing out passengers from, and remitting money to ail parts of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. |1'H? NEW LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS, COMPRISING THE QUEEN OK THE WEST, 1JS0 ton*. THE SHERIDAN, 1000 tons. THE ROCHESTER, 1000 tons. THE GAKKICK. 1000 tons. THE HOTTINUUER. 1000 tons. THE KOSCIUH, U?0 tons THE LIVERPOOL, 1160 tout. THE SIDDONH, 1000 tons. Sailing from Liverpool twice every month, and THE UNITED LINE OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS, earoimsed ol superior, first claas American packets, sailing from Liverpool four limes iu each month, am the ships in which thoie whose passage may bteuga*ed with the subscribers wnl come out in, and it is a well kfriwn fact the above named packets sir the most maguihcent ships afloat. mid the frequency ol tlwir tailing, (being every fire (lavs) prevents the possibility of patnengert being uuneeestarily detained at Liverpool. Kegardlets of expense, in order to meet the wants of the public and the wishes of their iriends, Mr. Wm. Tappscott, one of the firm, has gone lo Liverpool to superintend the departure for this country 6f such persons whose passage msy he engaged with the subscribers, a fact, which to those acquainted with Mr, VV, T., is a sufficient guarantee that they will receive everv attention from him, and be quickly and comfortably despatched. Shsaiu those sent lor decline coming, the passage money will be promptly refunded, without any deduction?as usual. ftBiuiltaucca?Those, remitting money can be supplied with drafts ?t signs, lor any amount, payable fre of discount or any outer citarpe, in every principal town in England, Ireland, hcoutno and Wales. Appiy lu by letter, post paid,) to W- * j. T. TaPSCOTT, 4S reek slip, iNew k or*?or lo fhf WM TATSCOTT, Liverpool. saRRANOKMKNTH FOR 1844 OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE, 104 Pine street, corner of Sooth. MSl i& JSL fl|?|r imof TTn^ubicribeMjeS^Sre to call tlunuteution of hi^neiidii and the public iu general, to the following arrangement* for 1844, for the purpose of bringing out cabin, 2d cabiu, and steerage passengers, by the Regular Liue of Liverpool I'ackets, tail inn the lit,6th, 11th, 16th. 21st aud 26th of every month. By the London Packets, to sail rem New York, the 1st, 10th and 20th?and from London on the 7th, 17lh and 27th of each month. In connection with the above and for the purpose of affording still greater facilities to passengers, the subscriber has established a regular liue ol Ural class New York built, coppered and copper tastened ships, to sail punctually erery week throughout the year. For the accommodation of persons wishing to remitmoney to their (unities or fneuds, drafts are given, payable at sight, on the following Banks, vix Provincial Bank of Ireland, parable at Cork, Limerick, Clitnincl, Londonderry, Sligo, Wexford, Belfast, Waterford, Uaiway, Armagh, Athlone, Colerain. Balliua, Traler, Youghal, Knuiskillen, Munaghan, Ban bridge, Ballymena, Parsouslawn, Oownpatrick, Cavan, Lurgan, Omagh, Uunganuen, Baadon, Knnta, Ballyshanno Strabanr, Bkibereen, Mallow, Moueymore, Cootchill, Kilrnsh, Dublin. Scotland?The City Bank of Glasgow. England?Messrs. Spooner, At wood fc Co. Bankers, London; R. Murphy. Waterloo Road, Liverpool; payable in every town in Great Britain. For further information (if by letter, post paid.) apply to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street, ccruer of South, N. Y. , Or Messrs. P. W. BYRNES fc CO, 36 Waterloo Road. j9 6in*rc Liverpool. M dfe m. ?&> ^^^1EW YOKtWRD HAVKCTACKETS^^^ Second Line?The Ships of this line will hereafter have New York ou the 1st, and Havre on the 16lh of each month, as follows, viz rF?o?i New Yons. F*?m Havnx. New Ship ONEIDA, C 1st March. I 16th April. Caiitain < 1st July. < 16th August. James Fnnck. f 1st November, r 16th Drcrunbsr. 1 Ship BALTIMORE, list April 16th May. Captain flat August. 16th September, Edward Fnnck. f 1st December. 16th January. 8htp UTICA^ t 1st May. i. 16th June. Captain < 1st September ? 16th October. Frederick Hewitt, r 1st January. 16th Febraary. New ship St. NICHOLAS i 1st Juue. 16th July. Captain < 1st October. < 16th November. j- a. reu, i jii eeoruary. ( ism .Marco. The accommndatious of these ships are not surpassed, combining all that may b? required for comfort. The price of cabin passage is $inO. Passenger* will be supplied with every re quiaite with the exception of wince and liquors. Cloud* inieuded for these vessels will be forwarded by the enb scribers, free from any other than the r*|ien*r* actually incurred on them. For freight or pasaawa, apply to BOYD FhINCKEN, Agents, je25 ee No. # Tontine Bnildiug. cor. Wall and Water at THE NEW LINE OF LIVERPOOL PACKETS, m. m m To aail from New York 21it, and Irom Liverpool tin of each month. From Afetc York. I.'pool. New Ship LIVERPOOL. 115. tone, j ^1 \\ JoM f J. Lldrtdge IA 2, Cct t N. ehip QUEEN OF THE WEST, /-J?" '' I' ? 126. ton* P. Woodnouse. ?} New ihip ROCHESTER, 150 tone. \ 51 aS?' r John Britton <fe JJ { Ship HOTTINOUER, 105. tone,f&L?11it sim a Ira Bnraely, ? ^aS y | Theee substantial, fa*t eailing, first class ehipe, all bnilt in the city of New York, are commanded by men of eapericuce and ability, and will be dispatched punctually on the 21st ol such month. aTheir cabins are elegant and commodious, and are furnished with whatever can conduce to the ease and comfort of passeugeri. Price of passage, $100. Neither the captains or owners of these ships will be responsible for any parcels or package* sent by them, unless regular bills of lading are signed therefor. Kor freight or imasage apply to WOUWIULLfc MINTURN8, 87 South street. New York, or to FIELOEN, BROTHERS It CO., its ee I ' ' MAiisSElLLES LINE UF PACKETS. m m m The undermentioned will be regularly dispatched from hence en the lit, end from Marseille* ou the Jth of each mouth during the year at follow. Krom New York. Marseilles, MINEHYA.CoPt. Brown, Dee. 1 heb. 4 TRESCO l'T, Capt. Myriek, J?o. I March 4 i PJ2>l^?O^Capt,Sylve,mr, Keb. ' April J HKLLK8PON T, ( apt. Adams, March 1. May 5 GORIOLANU8, Capt. Haite, April 1, June 5 They are all coppered and copper faitrued, and have exc'llrnt accoinmndatiom for passengers. The price of cabin paasage will be $100, exclusive of wines and liquors. tjoous addressed to the agents, BOYD It HINCKEN, will be forwarded free of other chanrei than those actually paid. For Orient or paaaaite erply to LAWRENCE k PHELPS. 103 Kront .treet or to BOYD k HINCKEN, Agents, mMr No BsToutine Bmlilmii. EUR NKW ORLEANS. LOUI8IANNA ANDNEW YORK LINE OF PACKETS tit -M. Kor the better accommodation of shippers, it i? n$?nde'l to despatch a ihip from this port on the lit, ith. 10th, 15th, 20th, ami 21th of each month, coinmeucinK the Iflih October and continuiiiK until May, when regular dayi will he appointed for the remainder of the year, whereby delay* and diaapiioinl menu wilt be prevented during the summer inouthi The fol lowing shin* will commence this arrangement: Hnip YAZOO, Captain Cornell. Ship OCONEE, Captain Jack.'ion Ship MISSISSIPPI, Captain Hilliard. Bhtp LOUISVILLE, Captain Hunt. Ship SitAKSPEARE. Captain Miner. Ship (1ASTON..Captain Latham. Ship IIUNTSVioLE. Captain Mumford. Ship OCMULOEE. Captain Leavitt. Ship NASHVILLE, Captain Dickinson, Ship MEMPHIS, Captain Knight. Ship LOUISA, Captain Mnlford. These ships were all built in the city of New York, earremly for packet*, are of light draft of water, have recently been newly coppered and put In splendid order, with accommodation* for pajtenger* unequal > i for comfort. They are com manded by experienced mascara, who will make every exertion to give general satisfaction. They will at all times be towed op and down the Mississippi by stesmbosu. Neither the owner* or captains of these ships will be responsible lor jewelry, bullion, precious stones, silver or plajsul ware, or for *nv letters, parcel or package, sent by or cut on Board of them, nnless regular billa of lading are taken for the same and the value thereon expressed. Fur freight or passage apply to b. K. COLLINS St CO.. 5# Sooth sr., or HULL1N k WOODRUFF. Agent in Nsw Orleans, who will promptly forward all goods to their address The ship* of this line are warranted to tail punctually aa ad UUrtiscd, and great ears will be taken to have the goods current W measured, ml W YC 7 YORK, TUESDAY MOB BOSTON BUSINESS EXPRESS AND FOREIGN LETTER OFFICE. THK labicribfn bare made arrangements to iiiu au Lipieet. Tia Btouiugtou, to Button, l<>. the transaction ot business, and the liant|>orlati'>n of .ZKXS.a'Oa" Packages, Bauk Num. Orders, tec., tr out. hai k i tia roaMaa aaTca. One of the fiitn will receive such ordere aa tnay be eutrnated to him, deliver them in Button iu person, and return the an were aa toon aa the hoatt a'rive in New York. Foreign Leltera lorwarded by the Cuuatd Steamers from Boe ton Letters can be pie-paid at this office, fur any part uf Greet Britain or theContinent. PAKROTT Hi CO. 2# Wall etreet, New York. [ f> Im'rrc Boaton, 10 Cnrig>et* etreal ' DAlf.V P.YPRPSM _ THE subscribers niu their V xpress regularly, every day,via Housalouic Railroad, (Sunday? exjMMk capted.l to nod from New York, Albany aud Buf<ilo, sn<l the intermediate places, for the transportation of specie, bank noies, bundles end packages i,|' goods, tor .collecting bills, note*, drafts and accounts, with despatch. From this city at 6 o'olock, A. M. arriving in At kail y the same evening, in advance of the United Stales Mail, lb lmrrc POMEKOY k CO 2 Wall street. r rtt? DRAFTS ON ENGLAND, IRELAND, Persons about remitting money to their /jSmMnELOmfriends in the Old Country can hs supplied with dralts iu anws of ?1, ?2, ?3, ?6, ?16, ^^^^^^^ ?20,?40,?106, ?1000 or any amount, payable on dsmaud, without discount, or nny other charge, at the National Bank of Ireland.Provincial Bk. do, Mrssrs Ja's Ball, Son kCo., Bankers, Loudon: J. Uarued k Co., Exchange and Discount Bank, Liverpool; Eastern Bank of Scoilanu; (ireeuoen Banking Company; Sir Win. ("orlies, Hunter kCo., Scotland; and the branches in every post town throughout England. . nland, Scotland and Wales, which drills will he forwarded by either of the packets of the Kith, 21st, aid 2tith. or the steamer Caledonia sailing from Boston on the 1st ol March Appiy to W. k J. T. TAPSCOT f, At their general passage ofli'-e, 43 Peck aiip, felSrc corner of South street. PUR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. The Royal Mail Strain Ship HIUKK Sj?Wjj{^K?rfBkN 1A. C. H. E Judkins, Esq., Commander, 2^jUfly?allH will lenveBnstnn for the above ports on KriMarch 1st, next. Passage to Halifax 20. Passage to Liverpool $Uli. Apply to D. BRIOHAM, Jr.. ID to 3lec __ No. 3 Wall street. ?j?X<- FOR LONDON?Regular Packet ol the lal ujMWPWof March?The fast sailing packet ship V1CTURI A, iaMSSa' aplain E. Morgan, will sail aa above, her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, second cabin anil sire rage passeugeas, persoua wishing to embark should make iimneuiate application to JOSEPH MeMURRAY, f 2' Cist Mre 1IW Pine street, corner of Uonlh. gitfdp- TOR LIVERPOOL?Tha New Ltue Regular McMVPacket 21st March.?The superior New York built JSHBtwPncket ship HOl'TINOUEK. Capt Ira Bursley,16i0 tons burtheu, will sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having very superior accommodations, apply to the Captain on board, at west side Barling slip, or to WOODHULL k M1NTCRN8, 87 Booth st The superior pocket ship Liverpool, Capt John Eldridge, 1064 tons burtnen, will succaed the Hottiuguer, and sail on her regular day,21st April. f22rc uiiiir.ii i.iivr. ur 1.1 v muijul PACKET SHIPS HIBKRNIA AND SOUTHJkHHtVKKNER,?The splendid fast sailing, wrll known JBCllfiB >ackel ship sHIBf.ilNlA, Captain K. L. Bunting, * n> ?.ui ou Tuesday,27lh February, and be succeciled by the fsst sailing and favorite packet ship SOUTH 1KN Ell, C(pt T. D. Palmer, on the tin March. Tho above favorite packets have nusurpasaed accommodations for cabin, second Cabin and steerage passengers 'l'hote about to embark lor the old country, or who wish to scud fm their fricuds, should avuii themselves of the oppoitunity lierc olfeied them. The llibeinia will leave Liverpool sbont the 10th and the Southerner about the ;|Sih April, lu either of which passage* may be secured at very icaaouable rates For pi.sage to or Irom Liver|>ooi, apply on board, at l'eck Slip, r.ast Kiver, or to W. at J. T. T APrtCOTT, At their Ueneral Passage Office, t3 Peck Slip, corner of South street. Agent in Liverpool, Mil. W TAPSLOTT, one of the firm, fit toli rc FOR LIVERPOOL?To saifuh ol March?The rfBfy.?hiir SOUTHERNER. T. P. Palmer, master, will JMMfaaail on the above day. Hoi passage only, apply on hoard, pier 23 IV:k Slip,ox to WOODHULL St MlNTUUhlS, f2fee 87 South street. FOR I.I V ERPOOL?Regular Packet ol the 1st of KCT&V March, the spjeudid packet snip OXFORD, Capuun dNMMibKathboiii!, will sail aa above, her reuular day. iiavi.'K vry superior accommodations for cabin, seennd calnii and sis erage passengers, persons wishing to embark aud desirous ot seeming good berths, should make early application to JO&EP.t McMl/URAV, f25 3trc JUO Pine street corner of South. ~**^l'AiSAOL FHO~M~DUBLINTCORK. WATEic MjMVFOKl), DERRV, COLfcRAlNF , BELFAST. JHBKa^ewr,. Diogheda, he ?Persons wishing to send lor thrir li tend. Can have tie m brought out Irom any of the above poru in first class Atneiic <u Packet Ships, on the most reasonable terms. and without their eipwrseaciug any unnecesta-y de teunon. Mr. W. Ta ncolt, one of the firm, will be on the spot to aire his lwrsonal altrulion to the passengers engaged by the subscribers or their a?e, u here, and pe.raout may rely that the w ishts and comforts of those whose p. is sage may be eugtved by them will hive all due and proper attention. F ur particulars apply, if by letter, poit-l aid, to W. ?t J. 'I*. TAP8COTT, at their Ueneral Passage Office, 43 Peck Slip, cor. South street, wlieie, also, l)rat? inay be obtained, for large or smalt sums, payable on demand, without discount or ?ny other chaigt, ai the National or Proviucia Bauka of Ireland, or any oi tneir branchesihrnughout th> Kingdom Ir22 tc COt FOR OL.A8UOW-KK.UuLAK TUADEtt?3CTWThe fine, fast sailing British Barque ADAM ('ARtt, JtMgMmCai tain Ro ert Scott, uavn g two thirds ol her cargo rngageo, wi.l have immediate dsspatch. Fur buiauce of freight or imasage, havirg good accommodations, apply to the Cap.ain on buard at lames Slip, or to WOODHULL 4 MINTURNS, f 22rc 87 South street. ME PACKET KUK ilAVKK-(Second Line). The * -TV Ship ONEIDA, James Kunr.k, waiter, will Mil ou Mtiflftsthe lit of March. Kor Height or pu?ge,apply lo BOYD (k HiNCKEN, No. 9 Toutiue Building, fJ re Corner Wall and Water atreet*. KOrt. MARSEILLES?Packet of lit ol March? lMWk.The.hip HENRY THOMPSON, Capt. Sylvsater Mb h or fr?i?hi or passage, apply to LAWRENCE ?t PnELPS, 10] Kiont street, or to BOYD Ik HINCKEN, Agams, flltoMlrc 9 Tontiue Building, cor Wall and Water ita. ~ OLD BLACK BALTTL 1NE OK I'ACK ETH? uV^kThe packet ship OXKORD. Captain Ra'hbone, will Hb'ir despatolltd lor Lirerpool ou the lit ol' March, ? her tegular day. Those wishing to engage passage will rennirs to make early application to JOHN HEBDMAN, <i South it. N. B ? Passage from Oreat Britain and Ireland can he secured bv the lint spring shins of the line, at the lowest rate; and draft* can, as usual, be tarnished for any amount, payable in all the principal towns any charge, throughout Oreat Britain and Ireland, on application as above 123 to 1 rrc Mf- BLACK BALL, OH OLD LINE OK LIVER MR?*kPOOL PACKETS?KOR LI V EH 1'OUL?Reguiai JnMKsl'acWrt of the 1st .March. The rsmvrkably fast sailin* favuritajpacket ship OXFORD,bunhrn 900 tons, < apiam Ralhboue, will positively sail on Knday, 1st of March, her regular da v. It is well known to the travelling public, that the aecomtno dations of the Black Ball Line ol Packets, lor cabin, second cabin and steerage passengers, are unsurpassed by sny other line or vessel in port. Those now or lierealter returning to the old country, will at all limea fiud it to their interest and comfort to select this cooreyance. Kor pass ige, ai>ply on board, loot ol Beck man St., or to the subscribers, ROCIIfc, BROTHERS St CO.. 55 Knltonstreet, f27 3|ec next door to the Kulton Bank Iff- V OR NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana and New HHffW York Line?Posiritely Kirst Regular Packet, to sail JHMKsV'n the 1st of March?The fat sailiug packet ship OeN r.sEE, Cept. l .S.Miuott, will Mil as above, krr regalai day. Kor freight or passage having handsome furnished accommodations, applv ou board at Orleans wharf, font of Wall st..orto E. K COLLINS Ik CO., 56 South sneet Positively no freight received after Thursday eveun g, the 29lh iiiiiant. Shipiwrs by this lius may rely upon haying their goods cor rectiy measured. Agents in New Orleans, Hnl'in It Woodruff, who will promptly forward all good* to their addreaa The packet ihip (lastnn. Capt. O. Kldridge, will succeed the Qenetee, nuil tail tht 'Olh March, lt?r regular <lay. l*3Arc tiENUINE TEAS, WHOLESALE AND HJCTA1L. THE CANTON TEA COMPANY, Principal Store, I'Jl Chatham tired, Mete York. Branch Store, 318 BUecker tf, N. Y. Antncy at 110 Fulton itr-rt, Brookyn. 'Alio, corner of Main and Van I lout on it, Pater ton, ff. J. fNVITE THE ATTENTION OF CITY AND COUN? THY families and purchasers to thtir several establish meats* where tlwy think will bs fonnd by fa' the tx-ai to ' cticm of put* and unadulterated Tea* in the United State*. The nit ivers&l popularity and renown ol th*ir houte, with reference to high qaalitaea. low pricea nod upright dealing, it too welt onderttood to render farther comment oeeeatary. Original and only wareltoote for the tale of Huwi|na'a Black Tea. (Jliterve?Strangertwill We particular to remember the nun* her of the principal nor* ,u Chatham streei.vix: "131," betw. er. IVar) and Roosevelt ttreela. The public will alto be pleated to take notice, that the Can ton Tea Cmni<any hare nothing to do with any other etorei whatever, except those detcribeid at the top of this adrertue nent. JUIin'ir FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, tec. rPHK subscribers hare inn received, terl te arrivals fron. I Havre, Rod keep constantly on hand, a complete assortment ! ranch Artificial Klowera Materials of all kinds for Klower* heathers, Hair Ornainmu, and Millinery article*?for aleby HKNHY k k vhN, Importers, fSlm'rre U Liberty street, upstairs. UILLS AND ST'liKL I'KNH.-OOO.OOO Quilli" selling oil at very low prices; dialers and consumers would <lo Well to call before purchasing elaewhrre. Also, a large assortment ol

Steel I'ens manuficiureU by I'rrry, Oillott and Mitchell, all ol which will be aold very low, either wholesale or retail, as thi uhacriber wiabea to leave the bnsmeaa this spring A. McKKACHNIK, Quilt Manufacturer, fel lm*m 253 I'earl street. " "Salt ani> fish ntore. /f (Ml BBLS. IIALIKAX No. I SALMON: 1500 No*. I, i *ar* " and i Mackerel; t>00 halfdo, do do do.) 100 hhls No. 1 Mess Shad; '>0 hall hhls. No. I Saybronk Shad; 300 bbls. Cod tud Scale Kish; tin d i No I Uib'd Herring ; 1500 buret Scaled do 1000 lbs Smoked Salmon *, 100 kits Housed Salmon; 20* do Hounds and Tone ires; 2100 qniulals ibullish, suitable lor shipping, 1000 sacks Aahtou'a Salt; 20(1 bbls American Salt, lie., kc. Ail for sale in lots tosuit iiurchtsers by NLLSON, VVELLH St co., lW*B ________ " "'V street. ntAOH or! HA HI) < OAli per (mi for Mm, egg A and large store. Consnmera may rely on getting the bet' lied Aah Coal at the above price, well aereened. writhed by a city weigher, and delivered from the yard eorner nl King and lireenwich sta PfiTLK CLINTON if. kinoes' __ _____ DOR BALK ?Twefoontaof Tyiv, Minirvu and Nououriel * nbich butt ? *! oittb* N#wi\or? Hwrtld, Appl? H hiioliifS IRK I :NING, FEBRUARY 27, K A M E R I C AN ~HOTEL, PHILADELPHIA. n^HIU ?'* house i, situated o? Chestnut term. opprwite tlie A Stale Hound. (Inde|> Square,) und in toe immediate vicinity of all the fiuiMonabls places of amusement and resort. y It ha* been built to thd unit thorough manner, hy John J. lUd*w*y, Esq., and contain* upward* of one hundred room*, many of which are pubn with bedroom* adjoining, suitable for families, and otitic* of ladies and geutlemen. It ail) befuruiahed throughout, (without retard to expense) with new and elegant furniture of the noil approved ttyfe, anil opened lor tne reception of the travelling pnblic,ou the fir*t day i H of March next. IC The proprietor* flitter themselves, that their long eiperiraee .,( in the buatnea*. will enable tli.-m to conduct the Ainericau Ho- * lei, in all it* department*, iu inch n manner a* will please the I most fastidious, and guarantee to their guests every comfort . and luxury, that can he fouud in any Howl in the United 111 Htate*. |,( N B ?Bathing Rooms are attached 10 the Hotel, where warm and cold water hath* will at all times be in readiness. Mi HENRY A CHARTER, C. JAMEH MAC LF.LLAN, \ "?P"?or?- w January iam. ihi. jIS Imre ,,, EXCHANGE HOTEL?BALTIMORE. ,, ERVHTU8 COLEMAN ha? chU day utkeu HENRY K. tc JACKSON into partnership, and io future the house will ir be conducted in theuatneof COLEMAN Ik. JACKSON. The patronage of the travelling public. and influence of oar it friends, is respectfully solicited, .Baltimore, February 1, 1844. fl lm ec 11 HAVANA MANSION HOUSE HOTEL 11 THE undersigned takes occasion to inform hii friends and n the public, thai the Mansion House ia now located iu lutjuiaidor sfeet, No. 67. in the ricinit) of the steamboat landim on.l vegetable market, having commodious family apartments ia arranged in the neatest order. ,, A person ia employed to proenre permits to land passengers, bvtgage, Sic. who will board vessels immediately allor the visit ' of the rr-venue ofieri. I a N. II.?Visitors to this Island should procure a passport from v rhe Spanish Consul, at til" port of embarkaltoa, to obviate dif- * Gentians and ii,cosreaieai'.a. w ?216tnec? WILLIAM FULTON. 8t ENGL18H ADVERTISEMENT. T ONPON?ST. KATHARINE'S HOTEL, opposite the ?' a-j St. Katharine's Lock Oatrs, and near the Royal Mint.? ta THOMAS LENNEY, Lie Cinet Steward of the British jq Rneen Sirimship, respectfully intorms hi? friends in the United Slates, that he has the management of the above new and elogant establish cent, which is built und luruisheil regardless of exjieuse, aud is in every resliect sn.ipt.-d lor the reception of fa iniliet and g>-utlemeu risitiug England, as the hotel fronts that 1 pan of the dock in which the liners and most of the other Aim- p< ric ui vessels lay, and is wilhia live unnuirs walk of the Bank q| and Royal Exchange. The house will be conducted on liberal l and cconoiuicnl principles, 'l b" Coffee Room is supplied with n tile Loutloii, American, East Indian snd Colonial palters. The 11 Viands, Wines, he. are ol the tint quuluy. A good Billiard oi Room and Warm Baths will be lonud in the house Gentle- i, men may contract by the week or mouth for board, Stc. on tho " same terms as in Amines. M T LENNEY besi to assure those who may honor him with qt their patrouoge that nothing shall be wanting to render them comfortable, and bv attention to the wishes of his guests, holies s to merit thai confidence and good will ?o liberally bestowfd on ri him when steward of the Brituh (dneen. dl4r st MLRCANTILE LIBRARY, J CLINTON HALL. Ill 20,000 VOLUMES: tl; SEVENTY BRITISH and AMERICAN PERIODIC ALB. ai PERSONS not engegrd in mercantile pursuits may become subscribers, on payment of five dollars a yeai?beiug the same terms on which Merchants are admitted. CI Uy order. C1IAS. M. WHKATLEY, ai ft I m* m Recording Secretary, f|( TOR LITERARY INSTITUTIONS AND PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIBRARIES. LTOMER'S ILIAD, in iScvi-n Languages, a highly (luiihed Id- edition, published at Eloieuce, (lul.,) GREEK TEXT. epuL niiig a liter ! Latin translation by Ilayiie, a Metiical Version iu the Latin l-jiciiege, by Cunicli, in the Italian by . Monti, in (h German by Vosa. iu the English by Pope, iu the ?l Kreach by Aigiiau, and in the Spanish by Gatcia Malo- VI This work cotnpris s tweutv-four numbers, forming two r, handsome i|uerto volumes. Each number contains a superb Eiifiaving, d"sigued by Professor Nrnciui, from Klormce. " The price of each number is $1 40?two numbers to be pub- It i;.i.?a ..,.,,,.1.1. > ro* Subscriptions received at Mr. IIJCH ARDH'Office. 74 Lispennrd street, corner of Broadway, ovr the New York Ly- 'J ecum ft lm*ec L WILLIAM T. JENNINGS to CO., '? DRAPERS AND TAILORS, " NO. !431 BROADWAY, 11 AMERICAN HOTEL, (OPPOSITE THE FOUNTAJN,) T DOLlCIT attention to an invoice of NEW OOODB re- \\ kJ ceiyed per last stumer, direct from our agent "> London, i consisting ol Cloths,Cassimere* in various new styles, spleudid Silks and Hit ins for dross Vests, Merino, Velvets, lac., it 'ritli i largeaisortinent of rich Silk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, yf Handkerchiefs, Gloves, .Suspenders, Ursusiug-robes, dec. ,i We would suggest to our patrons that Irotn this additional facility, we shall be able to supply thorn at Ml early date with 11 all the novelties of the Loud in and Paris markets, and sustaiu p the reputation of the establishment for the moderate prices m wlncn have elicited so liberal a patronage since the adoption ol the ready msuey system, by which we are en bird to liirutsh t! garments at from 2i to 3i per cent leu fwtn formerly?a feature in the establishment, which must commend it to tnosa artioies for immediate n?e. is the addition to oar ,stock of an assortment of lirst quality READY M A D E GARMENTS, including Surtouts, Cloaks, Dr*sa and Frock Coats, Paulaloous and Vests, lec. js38 Ira'ec di CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS. t! rPHK subscribers would inform merchants visiting the city, i| A who wish their own soods manufactured, that they are nrerared to inintifieinre even' ileserintinn in CIcLhimr. k rum their being accu?,om-j t> manufacture for tlia Southern aud n Western market* for the last twelve vmn, lli-y fuel ceufid-nl. |( with the I irge number of hard# im their employ, to get ap a toek at (hurt notice gnd with en'ire satisfae.iion. MANN It MeKlMM, 25 limni street. r: K7" Knickerbocker Slaiin pas* rinse to the (tore. fin am*rrc TO TAILORS. t QT1NKMKTS' NEW AND COMPLETE SYSTEM i, " FOR CUTTING titty kind of Fashionable Oarmeutuow m rogue, ii ready for delivery. Ai the reputation ol the aa- * tho? hi fashionable cutter ii too well known to require news- t paper comment, tlm tyitem ia with confidence offered te the t trade?not hi a mere theoretical invention (or speculation,) hut a? (he moat practical aud complete work ever pnbliihed on thil 8 subject. It ia the malt of manv veers extemive and fashions- I ble practice in New York and Paris, and will be fonud to eon- a tain tueh ample, plain and preciae mat: nrtiom, ai to enable every student to cut with ease nrnl certainty, all the varioni trie* of garments now worn, both in Europe aud America n This system cannot be affer:ted by the future etiangee ol faah- j> ion, and ii recommended to the profession aa a stauunrd work, 7 and may be obta'nrd of the anthor, 93 Cedar itreet, and Can be 1 forwarded to any part ol the United Stales >1 Alio, complete ieta of Patterni uf the vrions itylea of gar- J meuu. cut t? such sizes as n ay be repaired, aud warranieo to with ease and elegance. fblrnfre " GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STOKE, it MAIDEN I LANE. 0 Over Coati, from . Si to 13 8 Sack do 4 to 8 V Krockdo..* 10 to 14 Ureal do 9 to 14 ' Pan S to 8 " Veata 2to 4 I All made ol the belt material! and cat in the modern ityle. , Perioai furanhing ti<eir own materials can depend npon naviug thetn made in the belt manner, at the following 1 pricesi Orer Coat*, made and trimmed SI to 10 00 v Drees do do do ... 7 to 10 00 . Frock do do do ......... 8 to 13 00 ' Veattand Pantaloon*, SI SO to 1 75 ( Shirt* made up to order, after the latest and most approved | French patterns, Under garments <*f all descriptions constant- . ly on hand, (rlovas, Hosiery, Crarats, Scarfs, Sui|iender?,lic. '' j 31 lin'cc VV. COLLINS. I SCOTT'S BAZA Alt, rbKY STREET, Number 37 between Broadway and O Greenwich. SANDS SCOTT re'nms hia moat sincere ' thank* to Ins friends and the public at large for the libe- I r il support received sine* be ojieued the abore house, and hopes ,, by the same strict attention to merit a continuance ttiereof. ' The ijualities of his A les, Wines, Liquors aud Cigars, are ' too well ksown to need comment, C A Is rye assortment of Refreshment* to be had at all hours ( until 13at night, auch as? i Beefsteaks, Poached Eggs, Sardines | Mutto- Chops Cold Ham. Buckwheat Cakea r Kri'd Kidneys, ( old ('orn d Beef, Coffee and Tea, ( mid r.kk?, Fiealed Ioukups. Welch Karebits,sic. Dublin Brown-stout always on draught. A kooiI Dinner ol Roast or Boiled Meats for on* shilling !!* ry ilny from cue to three o'oloc*. Ksmilie* supplied wi'.h the best Scotch and Irish Whiskey. . No h"U?e better supplied with Kngluh. Irish, Scotch, Welsh ' >uJ city riper*. AI ways the latest possitil* newt by the | ite.iancrs. <food Kooins for Private Partie*. Clubs, Meetings and Kef i fercrieea. I2 3m**c T(J COUNTRY ,\1 KRCIIANTH. ! DM. PEYHKR k DO. (lately removed from the corner ol William and John, to No. 60 John street,) offer for sal* I on liberal term*, wholesale sad retail, ll>? foliowiugarticles, t received by recent arrival* ? | Berlin best Zephyr Worsted?the most complete assortment in this country. * Canvass, for Embroidery, of cotton, lilk and worsted, in all I widths. | Berlin Krnbroidery Pattern*?of the choicest and newest desenption; Embroideries, finished and commenced on velvet, ilk, worsted and cottou, wsrkrd in thr most tasteful Parisian style. Tassels for Hair Dresses, of cold, silver,and silk and tins'lled; Bracelets. Combs, llair Pins, and a Ur|(n variety of other f beaut.ful Paris f'sncy Article*. Purse Ornaments?Stee), gilt and silver Beads; CngleT I'trv I Tw i?t, i late end shaded, in sticks mid spools, Kinjroidrry I and llower Chenille, ol silk and ine'el end ? Ik , Also, Fringes, Uimps and Cord and Taesala, imported and ol their own manufa :tore, of gold, silver, tilk, Ike. all colon ' anil widths t XT" Brunch Store at3t>9 Droadwav, (formerly 437 Broadway.) . f 7 linrc UMBRELLAS. r S L E E V E II, II It O TIIE R S ?: NO 12fi MAKKKT MTKKKT. P1IILADKCPHI A, * ANTICIPATING the revival of Dtisiuess, have menmed thi ir stoek and manufacturing opera'inns so as to rival tne ' greatest es.eblishtnesiti on the globe. Purchasers may r?ly mi 1 Wing anjipfled with any qnantuy and unalny of IJM UIIK.L- r l,as, PAKASOLB AND SUN HHAdV'.S, mcludint the liu Parieina stylo, Brni* detenu nrd not to sucenmh to tlir present severe competition,their goods arc offered at the lowest eudnrable adV'Jiet on the real cos ,wlule constantly on the alert to introduce improvements in sty e, material and workmanship, the stock will always comprise the most fashionable and best manufactured goods III the Ii ark't. I'll'twre THE NEW YORK LEGAL OBSERVER. ( ON THK 1st of March will be published No I, Vol. 3, of , this work. In addition In the Iteporls that have hilherto a|iliesred in this pnhiicat'nn. will be giv?n a series ol Cases de- v rid-il in I he Supreme Couit and the Court of Krrori. ( which will he supplied by Mr. Hill;) also, a series of ( ases decided in the Chancellor's Conn. ** ANALYTICAL DIGEST. 1 Additional leaves will he ad Isd for the purpose of giving an '' Analytical Digest of the whole of the Cases decided in the v r.tglish I amnion Law and k <piity Courts, the House of Lords, _ the Privy Conncil, and the k.cclesiaatical and Admiralty I onrt?; also, in the Court of the Chancellor of I,eland, (Sir K. Sngdeti ) The Digest will he so arranged, that it may be hound separately. Kverv quarter there will be a complete part. The terms will he (including the Digest) $ I a year, in advance. Published temi-moiilhly at 43 Ann street. New ycrk. KAML (iWKN, editor. XT" Wanted?Two orthrte "oun ??n totravsl as Agents. iq lw?ec __________ HIDES, FAT AND CALF SKINS. ^ fHF HIOHKST PRICKS given for Hidwi, Kat and Calf 1 rkm?, cash enrrent money, on delivery, at the Hide and Kat Hour* of the subscriber, woere contracts will be made lor Calfskins by the srasen,or the highest price given by the ponnd f 11 <oi'r? IM KUnabatH it, between Prince and Hnuaton y IERA 344. Ypsllantl, fllcli. [ 'orrMjxjndcnce of tbe Herald] i Ypsilanti, Michigan, Jan. 10, 1h44. [' Kitty and Fashion in Michigan?Manners in t the Far West?Marry iny and giving in Mar- | riuge?l*r\ctt of Com and Potatoes. c You will, doubtless, be surprised at receiving a v itej from this village, situated, as you may sup- |1 >se, in an obscure corner of the west; but should '1 tell you of the great advantages of its location? le delightful drives and walks in its neighbored?the beautiful scenery which every where leets the eye, to say nothing of the fertility, richffss and high cultivation of the surrounding couny?it were no difficult matter to bring you over > a different impression. At present such is not ly purpose ; it is rather to give you an account of delightful event which occurred here a short me since, which will long dwell as a pleasing relembrance in the memory of all who were fortuate in being present. For several days previous, the bright and happy ices of the fair ones told rue that the gala night lust be nigh at hand; for it was easily to be pereived that the anticipation of it had (lushed many fiiir face, and quickened the iiulsutions of many a outhful heart. At length all doubt was removed, hen a note of invitation was left at ray address, ating that Miss 13 would be at home 011 Wed?sday evening. January .'3d ; and then I knew lat the bridal of one of our fairest maidens was to ke place. I was treated as a friend, and invited > the ceremony. The other invitations were half 1 hour later. The night was cold and disnial without ; but us approached the seeue of festivity, a ilood of light, luring lroin every window of the mansion, spoke I'warmth, hospitality and pleasure within. The ouse is peculiarly well constructed for enlertainlents of this kind -. every reception room was rnamented with bouquets of rare Howera; the ghts were happily arranged; and every thing be>oke a degree of elegance and refinement of taste literarpaaaiu any thing of the kind 1 have ever en in the " far west." On entering the drawing>om i found the intimate friends of the family as mbled; but the btieul group had not yet appeared, he room was quite silent; for none can enter into glit and heartless conversation at a time when lev feel that the happiness ol two in whom they e interested is about to be decided for life. In few minutes the bridesmaid and groomsman itered : and, immediately after, leaning on the rm of him of him to whom she was about to conic her life's destiny, came the beautiful bride. " Many were lovely there, but of that many Wag one who lookM the lovlient of any? The youthful bride." Her manner was subdued ami gentle, but trustil and confiding, and the expression of her cheek riried with the thoughts that came rapid and full oin the heart. Her dress of white watered silk, riiainented with the richest lace, a veil whose xture rivalled the spider's web 111 delicacy, and le silver bandeau which confined it, completed 11 lilette worthy of the wearer. The groom, Mr. V. . is a general favorite, and had 1 never seen him efore, his deiiortment to fliat gentle girl that night, lanly and dignified, yet tender and respect I'm 11s was, would at once have lixed my admiration, 'he bridesmaid, Miss McK., in lier dress of pure diite muslin, surpassed herself; I never saw her ok more lovely. The groomsman, too, Mr. II., Iwayswell and elegantly uppuralted, hud that night lected a dress which was not only becoming, out if perfection of gentlemanly taste. Altogether 1 ever saw a scene more worthy the pencil of a mnter, and which only that could well portray, 'he words were soon spoken which lormed that le " \Vhioh only truth should weave, And only death can part." And they were given to each other lor ever. 'Tis trnnge that a breath of passing air should have ach power; words are slight and impalpable, yet le fetters which they forge are sometimes stronger lan iron, for they chain the feelings. No sooner was the ceremony over than the most rofound silence was changed into noisy coiigruluitions and happy greetings; the rest of the guests oon began to arrive, and all went merry as a m.triage bell. Among the beauties who graced the ereniony, I noticed Mrs. L., in a shaded satin kirt and velvet bodice, which displayed her line arm to the best advantage; her bright eyes were learning with kindness on all, and expressed the oodness ot her heart, ller husband was also here, and, although Dutch, nnd a little queer someimes, is altogether h deuced clever lellow, ,nd one of my especial favorites. Mrs. 11 n paradise colored gauze, looked very lovely, nd her husband amiable and huppy as he Iways does. The next couple that attracted my ttention was Mr. V C , (brother to the room) and his wife. He is called the Count )'()r?uy of the West, the likeness between, him nd the celebrated Count being very striking. drs. V C was attired in a robe of white iiuslin, and over her shoulders was thrown a white nibroidered shawl, of Kastern manufacture, and me of the richest and most exuuisite 1 have ever een. She looked the fond and nappy mother, and veil she might, for she had three lovely children resent. Miss 9. McK . sister to the bridesuaid. was dressed strikingly, but in good taste, ler dress was black, trimmed with black lace, and elieved by rosettes o| cherry-colored ribbon, lookno 111/* i\tnArt*ra nml of u fii4t?nop hovincr 'fleet, Miss S , one of the finest girls of tiie 'illage, and an intimate friend of the bride, wan ooking sweetly that night: bad she not already motivated the heart of Mr. K , which has proitioly been proffered long ago, with all its love and undneaa, she would have done so that night, lie s worthy of her, and I hope they will lie happy. drs. t , the mistress of ceremonies, in a white :rape dress, light und airy hr herself, was as enteraining and as pretty as ever. The kind-hearted h. M-w? was also present, looking cheerful, and leased, und yet ?td, for he said "he never could ee two married in whom he felt interested, with>ut being deeply impressed with the solemnity of he scene." Mr. McO , too, the best abot in lie county, keen as bis own eye, and as true as bis die, was there. Hut I must leave the early guests or those who came later in the evening. It will he inipoHHihle to mention all who deserve l passing notice. A fairy gueen, in the person of Vfiss It , next attracted iny attention, as well as hat ol Mr. D. 1. , who I thought took much leasure in dancing with her. Mr. Ac Mrs. K , were one of the finest looking couples in the room ; le is gentlemanly and agreeable in his manner* ; j uid Mrs. ! ' , in a blue velvet dress looked very well. Miss F is a sweet girl, and I thought up- I leared to the perfect satisfaction of Mr. II , who was entirely devoted to her. Miss C , of )etroit, was dressed in a white lace dress, which vus exceedingly becoming to her, and displayed ler fine form admirably ; her hair is elegant, and n " My heart I preferred the hunt ringlet that curled Down her exquisite neea, to the throne 01 the worm. The neighboring town of Ann Arbor was brautiully represented in the persona of Mrs. H , Mrs. ) nnd Mrs.lH ; the first, dignified and queen ike; the second benevolent ami kind, and the last Icliciite and lady-likc. Hunpcr was announced at I. The supper table was all that it ought to be, and he room dressed with everKreens 111 very good asie. Immediately after supper the bride'sloai was nit and there was much anxiety displayed by seveal to Ret the ring Mr. II?fMh? groomsman, :ainc ofl' victorious. The musicians, who, before upper, had played only marches, now commenced iiadrilles ; ami in a few minutes many were whirlng in the muxes of the giddy dance, llow mysteious is the power ol music ! The airs of many sours vliicli were popular Ion* ago were played by the nind, arranged as cotilons ; and frequently did I tart, to find thoughts and feelings stirring in my loaom, and brought t<> mneiiibnict by *-tr.iin- of hose songs, which I thought find <lied on my heart s those tones did n; my n-tr "long, long ago."j Die music was perfect, and waltzing and wait/crime, and, ainong the latter, two exceedingly graceill. I will leave those who were present to guess rho they were. The dancing was continued till a late hour, and 11 retired apparently well satisfied with the < nt'-runnient, themselves, and every body else. I partd from my friends that night with moistened eyes, ashing them health and all happiness; hut let them emember " That love is a thing of frail and delicate growth ; Hoon check'd, soon Unter'd, feeldr, end yet strong ; It will endure much, softer long. and Sear What would weigh down so angel's wisg to earth, And yet mount heavenward ; l"it not the less It dieth ol n wool, a look, a thought ^ And when it dies, it dies without a sign To tell how fair It was in happier hours , It leaves behind reproaches mid regrets, Ami bitterness within affection's well, f'or which there is no healing." I would give you the prices of com, potatoes ,nd sealing wax, but my paper is out. ? J - - 1 XD. Mm Two Cents* Nkw York ArrAia?Si hkhior Comer.?Drydtii Holcomby Adm'r vs. Eli Phelpt ?This was an action or the recovery of about 8 or fMKX) dollar* as Adminisrutor ou the estate of Richard Adams, decrsted, under he following circumstance*:?the deceased wis Loin in his State, and came to the town of Windier when he was n-tween 4 and 8 yean of age, with hii mother, Whe^eihe ontractcd her second marriage with one Mr. Phelps, who vai the father of the defendant, ily her firtt marriage the nother of the deceased had three children, via: the said kichard Adams, Mr*. H., the wife of the plaiiitiif, and one nther, who died, however, before the naid itjcliard, and without issue By her second marriage *he had fire daughter* and one ion, (the deit i who stlU *urvive with their mother. The deceased at the age of 18 year* *ailed out of New Bedford on a whaling yoyage, and thereafter out of New York in the several s*rr,,snve capacities of a common sailor, mate, and filially muUir l'ie *Bip Bristol, of which he was a part owner anc* which traded from New York to Bristol, Kiigiand ' lie discontinued hi* seataring life in lo35, and ,he<| iuddeniy unmarried, in N. Jersey, iu July, l83n_ki,, regular hoarding place, however, being befor,- and a)K)Ut thi* time, in N. York City. At his death he had about *4*100 of personal property in New York, and one acre of land and a house thereon, iu Windsor, but leaving no personal estate in a aid town. The defendant was <lulyi appointed, ajul administered upon the property in New 1 ork. it was claimed hy the plaintiff before the Surrogate (for the settlement of the estates ol persons deceased) in \>w y0rk, that the eatate should be divided according to the laws of this State, according to wnic.h the only surviving heir of the whole blood, to wit, the wife ol the plaintiff'was the sole heir, and not acconling to the laws of New York, by which the mother and the brother and sisters of the half blood shared equally with the plaintiff'rf the whole blood. But the Surrogate adjudged, alter a full hearing, that the demicil of the daceused was in New York at the time of his death, and hence that the property must be distributed tinder the laws of New York aforesaid. The estate was thus settled by the laws of New York, and tliey received each an equal share. Some of the jiroperty from New York was sold at auction by the defendant in this State? t'.e defendant having previously given bonds before the Surrogate ? The clii?d point in the case respected the domicilii! Mr. Adams at his decease. In reference to this question, a large number of witnesses were introduced on both sides. It appeared in evidence, that when in port he hud boarded at different houses in New York, and voted in that city, although he occasionally visited his friend* inWindsoi, ami spoke ol it as " going home," at some times, and at others as " going home to see his friends," as he had also, too, spoke of New York as his "home," und that he "never would settle and tesido in Connecticut.' The Court instructed the jury in a very able charge to the effect, that if the deceased hnj his domicil in fact in New York at hi* death, the defendant was not liable for the conversion of any property he might have biought to this State belonging to the deceased, and for whic h u demand hail been made of him and refused?but that it they found his domicil to be in Connecticut, at the time ol his death, they should render their verdict for the plaintiff ? The jury thereupon retired (Kriday evening, the 10th ) for a short time, and returned with a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $ti,7()0 and costs The Court, judging that the jury hud mistaken the evidence in the cause, and hi-ought jii a verdict contrary to it, refused to accept tin: name, uud in pursuance of hif riglit to Jo no by statute, returned them to u second conj>iJeration. The Jury retained the paper* in thi* case fqr further consideration, until Thursday morning, (fid) when they returned into Court with a verdict in favar of the plaintiff for f>10!?7 4-> damages, and costs, which wai accepted by the Court.-llarljord Journal, Fib. xi. Mux. Cmt.ri?Amelia Norman.?This lady liau gained fresh laurels by her recent devotion to Amelia Norman, while on trial in New York for an attempt to stab a gentleman named Ballard. She wan not unknow n to u* some year* since in Boston, when ?he wu* Mis* Francis, an enthusiastic, warm hearted, intellectual girl, and then ju*t entering upon the thrnshhold of a high literary reputation. She married David I.. Child, Eiq., a young lawyer of great promise, but eccentric and given to the adoption otathouaund vagaries in mind aad morals, lie engaged in various literary, enterprises, and'liD wife, during thi* period of time, iiuhlislied a number of popular tvorks. She was successful in har elforts, but a blight icemed to come upon everything touched by him. Finally he removed to Northampton,after visiting France, tried various curious and costly experiments In the culture of sugar beets uud the. manufacture of sugar. During this time both of them were writer* (or abolition p6|>ers, uud Mr. Child was one of the most effective and scathing de claimcru on that topic we have ever heard. Subsequently, they both have been connected with Abolition new fanners, breathing out jointly the most intensely severe plnllipici and w rathful indignation against slavery which the Fnglish language could muster. They troth posstss a high order of intellect, extraordinary facility of expression and scope of lunguage, hearts full of the tendered impulses and virtuous imngnatioti against the mauy grievous wrong* which are inflicted upon the human race. Hence it may ho understood how Mrs. Child's sympathies were roused up by thu in justice nnd cruelty inflicted upon Amelia Norman.?Jftw //arm Courier. Social Assistance in Shukvepout, La.?The yiireveport (iay.ettc ol'the 7tli inst. gives the particulars of the burning of the steamboat lleaver, at that port. Borne circumstances connected with the affair am not particularly creditable to the humanity of ccrtuin propie in that region. On Saturday morning, while the Beaver was lyinp at our binding, she was discovered to be on fire. It original ed about midway the boat, and so rapid the spread of the flames that there was not sufficient presence of mind among those on board to rescue anything; and it was with much difliculty that they could escape from the bent with thpir lit i'd Tliupn u-aa u fiamifv nf iioirrnA* nn Wt.iiil belonging to James Wilson, one of which, a child about lour years old, perished. The shrieks of the little sufferer were heard n considerable distance. A gentleman mum d Carwyle, a passenger on lioard, in rushing through the Hamuli, had Ins hund and wrist severely burnt. A citizen of our town very kindly took him in chRrge, and conducted him to the Shreveport Hotel, and a tied asked for him, when the proprietor of that establishment informed him that hii house was full?n mnttrass was asked on the floor, which was refused?a blanket was then desired in the name oi humanity, and to this appeal a similar response was given. The poor man was then taken to the Hotel of Mr*. Koikes, where every attention and kindness were paid him There were upwards of 200 bale* of cotton on board, out of which but one entire bale was saved. We are not aware that either the boat or eargo were insured. Creek Indians.?A cenuis has been taken of the Creek tribe who are prosperous and peaceable, and ihe following is the result.? liy census in the Nation, (Indians) 12,4l?o Do Do (Negroes) I,u77 Aggregete in the Nation 13..'.<17 In 'th? Cherokee Nation 7oO Do Chiekasuw and Choctaw Nation. .'><>(> Do Old Nation .too Do Mississippi Swamp IftO In Texas .-?<> In Mexico, and hunting grounds ino Aggregate 1&,A67 V. H. Circuit Court. Before Judge Brtts. Mosnsv, Kx*. 26. This was the first day of Ihe (arm? no business was transastcd A sufiicjent number of grand jurors not convening, those who were in attendance were excused until to morrow Nt 11 o'clock. There was no business of any importance transacted in any of the Courts to-day. Amnseinsnts. Chatham C/rct'*.?John Smith (who has not heard ihe name ?) appears ut this place to-night. with Master < oJeman ju ?ong and dance. Smith narc created an unwonted excitement in tho circlea of the " great unwashed" with Ilia Jim Along Josey. All the very clever and remarkable people attached to thia home also make thamaelvea visible in their best ucta, franklin among the real, who appeara for the laat time but ore, to-morrow night being hia farewell evening, and thn time for hia complimentary benefit. A new style of entertainment ia in rehearsal, which ia intended to repre. sent a Madrid Hull Klght on the " Pla/a Torre." Hoyalty patronizes thia aport there--Hemocracy will do 10 hern. This Ami-hitwicatre continues (o be the grand centre of attraction. Mm. Thome's benefit whs a brilliant triumph. The great enthuaiaam ol the audience in witneaaing the thrilling drama of the ( arpanter of Uoui-ii, waa only equalled by the splendor of tiie cavalcades and the beautiful exercises oftheciicle Mr. Cmroll threw hia double Somerset in fineatjb- The plandid stud at the Bowery Amphitheatre compriaca tlic moat beautifully trained horses in America. This evening, Mr Jones, a young actor who stand" ?e. COnd only to k'orrest, is to take his benefit. He appeara u Martcau, in t ho < ariH-nterof Kouon. and as Ben Boatswain, one of his beat sailor parts, a department of thn drama in whieli Mr W <i Jones has no rival. His benefit will be thronged, to look out in time for your places. Amkru ?n Mi'nkcm ?The performance* at thin establishment w-nt off Inst night with great (clot, and every one seemed to en joy them with a remarkable /est. The renowned Miss Blanchard was the astonishment and admiration of all. Her musical glasses are thn most amusing tiling" * e ever heard Niguor l-'i unciaru is Hjaufert ?itch,?i>d keep* hut audience* in * roiir of laughter. TIii- w holt) entertainment indeed wn* of tin) moot interesting character, nnd the great wonder of nil ic, how the manager run give hi* vi?rter* *o much for ?o trifling ? *um of Hilminiion. The perpetual fair i* attracting great nttention, end limine** men would do well to de|xj?ite their card* of buiine**, uud ipecimen* of their good*. ware* &r ere the raloon la fill ad. It i* a cheap and efficient method of giving publicity to one'* btirini '"'amtii.trto ?Mr. Editor.?While you appear so Anxious about the law to prevent licenlioucnrta, why do yon not call the attention of our law makers at Albany to the dens of infamy in Broadway, Barelay street and Park Place, where yearly hundreds are ruined, and where lately a young man watt traced who lost irt.iitlO of hi* employer's fiindnt Onr Who Knows. Fresh Shad.?The schr Albert Rogers, Captain Lanfair, sailed from this fl'ort yesterday lor New York, with * full cargo of the?e delicious Ki*h,Rsbout (10,1)00,) taken in our river, and tailed down In lee, ** her Captain ob*erved,to tickle the palates of the Oothamites. Tula 1* a novel aaperlment, anu wa announce her depi rtore, that the lover* of good eating m?v be on the look cut for har arrival. S?i<in?w?\ Gtargian, r'th -11

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