Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 28, 1844, Page 1

February 28, 1844 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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! j: t H: i I f Vol. X., ?. 59_-Vm0<? 3a?o. /- ? SEIV YOR tt HARLEM RAH. ROAD CO. SPlfTO ARRANGEMENTS. mmmrn. 0Td*_r to iKcgmoOtcw tii* public r?a?nu^^o7th? .kw.ortrit H'rkm *n'l Waatclwccr County l*'"f u/?? w'" roa ' C?J?, ou and after Much let, fffr?. cj'x H<il!fLora iiarlem for L?t? William?bri<ln? '**rmkW ir ,1* Citv Halt- fur City H-11. ?<? A.M 7 40 A.M. 7 20 A.M. 7 00 ? 40 8 20 9 90 ]0 *> 10 30 11 30 1 20 P. M. 1 00 P. M. 2 00 I\ 4. 3 40 3 20 3 90 4 40 4 20 . 4 00 5 40 S 20 1 ' ? ? f ?n 7 an On Bauds', if tli? weather ia fine th? tram ca'a will run every hour. The City Hall and 27tb street line will run ssfollowt. ?^inm ' . 7 A. M r'try ten tmuutes t'-roughouf the day aotil 7 34 P. hi. The Kxtre Night Lire will ran a> lollowt :? Leave City Midi for 27th street, I. 8 SO, 9,9 30, 10, 10 30, 11, 11 30 . aud 3 ' Leave f7ih ttroet forCity Hall, 7 30 , 8 , 0 38 , 0 , 9 30. 10, 10 30, 11 and 11 30 Person: wishisg to commute, will And it their internet to do *t '-** 'i* .5 ,!l will b< r-u'uced. Pleaee apply at their office, No. t Tryon flow, wrier of Centra street opposite the Park. WM. 8. CAHMAN, f 77 2w *tc Secretary. ~ i^e-w LINK OK LIVKKPUOL PACKETS. To mil bom New York on the 25th and Liverpool on the 11th oi aeon month. m m ? A 'sue Nvw Tors. Ship 8IDDON8, Captain K. B. Cobb, 26th December. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. Depeyater, 26th January. Ship OARRICK, Capt. Win. Skiddy, 26th February. Ship R08CIUB, Captain John Collins, 26th March. ... ? Kaon Livkrvool. *f"P Captain A. B. Cobb. 11th February. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain F. A. Depeyiter, Uth Maroh. Hlup OARRICK, Captain Wm. Skiddy, Uth April. Bhip R08CJII8, Captain John Collins, llth May. These ships are all of the drat class, upwards of 1000 tons, bnilt in the city af New York, with such improvements as continue greet epeed with nuuenal comfort for passengers. ' very care has been taken in the arrangement of their accommodations. The price of passage hence is $100, (or which amnio stores will be provided These ships are commanded by experienced mas Mrs, who wOl make every exertion to give general satisfaction. Neither the captains or owners of the ehipe will be responsible for any letters, parcels or packages sent by them, unless regular u''-f ladingaresigned therefer For freight or passage app'y to it. K. COLLINH It CO., SO South it.. New York, or to BF >?TN. fiklFLKY It CO.. Liverpool. Letters by the peel tu will be charged 12 K cents per single heet ; SO cents per pence, and newspapers 1 cent each. d2 BNf FOR LONDON?Regnlar Packet ol the 1st lijft of March?The fast sailing packet ahip VICTORIA. 1 Hb''aplain E. Morgan, will sail as above, her regular having very superior accommodation; for cabin, second calm and steerage psxsengew, persona wishing to embark should sake immeoiate application to JOSEPH McMURRAY, f 2' tlst Mrc 100 Pine street, corner of South. i'OR LIVERPOOL?The N-iw Line Regular kfVfy Packet list March.?The snperior New York built ttftfmwPacket ship HOTTINOUEK, Capt Ira Bursley.lOSO arm burihen, will sail as abort, her regular day. For freight or passage, having very snperior accommodations, iddIv to the CaDtain on hoard, at west side Bnrlinn slin. or to WOODHULL fc M1NTPRNS, (7 South it The anperior packtt ihip Liverpool, Capt John Kldridge, 1050 ton* burthen, will ?ucc*ed the Hottminer, and tail on aerwgnlar dar.Olit April. f22rc MOP- FOR LIVERPOOL?To tail 4th of March-The wM^shio SOUTHERNER, T. 1). Palmer, matter, will jHbiail on the above (lav. T^ag. only. ftSee 17 South itreet. OLD BLACK BALI, LINE UK PACKETS? hMJMaThe packet ihip OXFORD, Captain Ra'hbone, will Kihe deipatchtd for Liverpool on the lit of March, -her regular day. Tboee wiihing to engage pottage will iron in to make early application to JOHN HEBDMAN, <l South it. N. B ? Paitage from Great Britain and Ireland can be tecured bv the 6nt spring ihiut of the line, at the loweit rate; and drafti can, at niual, be furniiVd for any amount, payable in all the principal towm without any charge, throughout Great Britain id frelind. ?? application a* above ftt to 1 rrc BLACK BALL. OR OLD LINE OK LIVER JBLrnOL PACKETS-FDR LlVEHfrOOL-RegulM jHHKePacket of the lit March. The remarkably fait tailing favoriteipncket aoip OXFORD,buithen 900 top*. 'aptain Rathboue, will positively tail on Ktiday, let of March, iter known to the travelling public, that the accommo- I dationa ?.f the Black Ball Line ofPacketa, lor cabin, aecond Cabin anditeerage rattengera, areuuiurtwiaed by any other line or veaiel in port. Thote now or hereafter returning to the old country, will at all timet find it to their iutereit and comfort to aelect thie conveyance. For paaatge, apply on board, foot of Brekman it, or to the enbtcribera, HOCHK. BROTHERS at CO., M Knltonrtieet, f27 3tae next deor to the r>rl ton Bank. * &MKE ?5R LIVERPOOL?NEW LIR^-Heguiir wH^Packet <-f J?th Mtr-k.?The tpltndid packet ahil< dlHWbROSCIUS. Capt. John C"llint, of 1000 ton*, wiu ail aa abort,her regalar day. For freight or pataace, having accommodation* unequalled for tplendor or comfort, apply on board, at Orlaana wharf, footofw&ll itreet, or to E. K. COLLINS Dt CO. Prion of ptaaage, ttOO. 56 Sonth itreet. The packet thip Siddont Capt. E. B. Cobb, of 1000 tont, will tnceeed the Roieiot, and tail thek-th April, her regulai Pttteugen may rely upon the ehipe of this liae tailing pone I tually aa advertited. fi7 rAhoavc< run uuajtuu** ? tt hi iiavn iiu mediate dispatch, the splendid, fast sailing regular JMGKi"?cket ship ADAM CARH, Captain Scott, will tail as ikon She lias excellent accommodations Tor cab n, second cabin and steerage pasaengnrs. Those wishing to secure berths should make early application to W. fc J. T. TAPBCOTT. 43 Peck slip. cor. South st. The Adam Carr will sail from Glasgow shoot tne la. of May ?th^se desirous of tending for their f iend., can hare them brought out in thin fine ship on the most reasonable terms, by appljring as above. f87ec "llHt FOR 0LA9O0W?REOULAR TRADEKwfSSPWThe fine. fast suil'ng British Barque ADAM CARK, aHUHmCarUin Robert Scott, Daring two thirds of her cargs urgaged, will hare immediate despatch. For balance of freight or passage, harirg good aeeemmodaUi us, apply to the on hoard at James Slip, or to WOODHULL It MINT0h.N9, 122rc 37 Sooth street. " PACK 3.1 FUR HAV Jtfc?f Second Line). The " Snip "N KID A, James Kuuck, aaaster, will sail oa hadHHa 'he 1st of March. For feight or passage apply to BOYD Si HlnCKhN, No 9 Tontine Building, O rc Corner Wall and Water sheets. " *M*> KOo MARSEILLES?Packet ol 1st of MarehaMVh.Th? ship HENRY THOMPSON, Capt. Bylrester. aat '"""tzffssskra&im, ltl Front street, orto ' BOYD it HINCKEN, Agents, f1AtoMlee Tontine Building, cor Wall and Watrrsti. an. p OR NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana and Ness York Line?Positi.ely First Regular Packet to sail the 1st of March ?The f<st sailing packst ahi| Cept. I'.S.Minott, will sail as abore. her regular day Far freight or passage hiriug handsome fnruished ack hsmmodutiou, apply on board at Orieaus wharf, foot of Wall ' St urto E. K COLLINS It ' O. 36 liouth street i^fnuitjeely no freight received after Thursday erening, the Stoppus* oy Ihis has may rely upon having their goode cor S ^Jrutl'ta^New Orleene, Hul'ia It Woodruff, whe will . " f s-wi.'tl??rward all goode te their address * V ship thsion Cupt O. Eldfdge, will succeed the V *" Wj^ll the Oth March, hei regular day. leJJec J L > S jBp BTEEL PKN8.-aoo.000 Quills selling off IMriL Ywl^BTUes; dialers sad eonaumers Mould do well to tff.o?c. - v pffAist etaewhera. Alio, a large aasortmeut ol ^1' s msknTietured by Perry, Oillott and MitchelL all ol * tea 1 he sol J Wv low, either who eoale or retnil.% the W ritibaa leave thei business this spnng ? ^ A h.eKEACHNl?. iduill Maoufa^ ^ Vlot *LT AND FISH STORE. ' A\ if MALI - AX No. l SALMON s I*# Noe. J. > T ehrisi-, ?* hairdo, do do do.i - t 7Me.sS.rad; , N?nu?*'<> rtWi SSL?; 9M?3M Cur'ahipping; JflSffi ."Sfirto 4 >ON WELL8 k CO., ?t> K?> V, <1 l)?y PEACH OICBn^' - 'if) pet ton for brokcn.ega J * U'l KrflMoVt. > h r?lv on getting (he be*' Jted Ash C?5T20l? ;. >'>?"- >.Ri.,''t- ed weiAad by a tssxenr**" vr?,. mAStr i iVln>w i TrSia <1 THE SUBSCRIBER hereby fr -?d* and the 1 public, that h* inf da K> coyi. uw?n Btwl forth* ?Diuin? holiday*. on Moot mgu*t. He woald foairauMaalyobUgadby ina.t , t,.eir order. -VZ.VJZSE ,^'u ? , , *.. . ; tioc* *4ntM Chetrrl .Ihwri Shamming -mj,, Ires'LA* *tili , hall lr*| hapnv to snppty pmou btf&u dfli congregation*. The majontv of th* m*mbe?? * the -Km, congregation tiering already tent in their <>i >- ik, lerl* confident that thi* nobl* andm depend i : wife followed by other*. who *honldo# nMNgrtt to IliWr own eoniregntion, who CM Ml ?MMr ^MHov ' being under any restraint. A S. ' :1m TERMS?of * mparlor qa*hty. gts to i- mukI it in ctiUj onlMihtewnMr potni P. S - Oram taken for all kinds of Cake* for the uhh hit.. h",?g*rm?r,o Vl 41 Y Mmt> " DU*miS? , Comty of New Vork My tim* daring their i<tm year* 1 Tic*. aerenore'ed to attend n meeting*?ih* Shakinrare He -l.I ' <rner of W illiatn and Dnaiw ttte***, on Thnradav Knai I ?t at half PMt wtw o clock to take nwaaatna to ManretUi-1 etemptian from Jnrydnly, which, it i* saeertainadTeantiot b? done a* the law peased in favor of **id Brigade* now stands.? Pmmrt attention to this call lai renoiatao, a< immediate notion wilt he aecet?er? to effect the object drained. f*g* tt*m (TkoCK-ERV, GROCERIES, JEWKLRY fee POR BALE to,DM dollar* worffl of China,Olau and Earthr enware, from ih* ahelra# and miackag**, atthe ttorna No 17(1 *th Arcane and No. ttt ?th Arenue corner 3Id strew' (keeper than ever, pert now landing of the newest pattarna. aH cheap for caili. < : miu try gartchgn's and gracer* and retailer* will do well to call and nare JO per cant; el?o. cntlery. kaTeea end fork*, pea hnirea, dirk knivsa, table and teaspoon*, 39# luaaa clock*, opao mid ia ca?e*, beat of liquor* 60 pet rent eli-ejwt tnan any housa in the cit;"- T'? lot ih* upper part of tl tlh *lory honas corner 21d *tre*r and Ith Avenoe, cheap to a Vnja,ireof,,r?'W,i?n 'Bmrf'T|f6MV9?Mh^Rl,iVM,T' ii> ijn?io No. 170 tin Arrnn* corner ??th aireat. i i . E NE NEW MIRROR LIBRARY. Wk have long withed to have, Tor our own library, & uniform I edition of our favorite aurhora. lochia greaariuuv world, ten thoatand may nave together what one cannot have alone, and we wiah oar i??d>r? to join and rive u? our coveted library ay having oua like it thetnarlvea. By thia combination we cau have it cheap?(that i? to ray a bonk of poemr which c rata. a dollar here a> d tw dollara in Loudon, we can hare for a chilling)?aud ina'ead ol a higgledy-piggledy ahelf of booka. one abort and one tall, one f t and onetnin, we may have them of ane a) m netrictl at ape, beautifully printed, and hound to rur ami \ our living. Yon will true our ta?te to aelrctthe hooka, and we will throw yi u in. in a preface, what ?e k ow of ilie author, an?t what we thuk nl hia work* ; aoij fur our trouble in pro- f- e dine, publishing tucking and forwarding, we will pa* our?et?r? oat of that Lille un-tnissed mid fecund shilling. We i a?e insensibly arrived at this idriby very bliod steps We tried iu vain for seara, to liou a publisher who would uldert?ke a new edition of our t> .ems?though I hey were coin- | pletely eat of print, anil though (it seemed to us I ttwre war a demand or them wh oh migh' j >(y the edition. Akamai advice w? thought we might at le at furnish our frienda co.irs to read, by publishing them iu an extra ol the Mirror, lor a price that would joat nay the rxpeuae of printing and circulating. To our no email aatomaiin>ent tl r ordara fur them cave in no rapidly whi'e they were in press, that we published a very large edition, which ia atill telling freely, and it thm occurred t> ua very rt'iirallv that one of two thing* must be true either the pub'ishera were perfect Cormorants *t to ih* profi'?th-y expucted from b ioIh, or else ihey were not al ways infallible judges at to wbat works would sell. Th* ne?t ( thought was an easy one. Could we not, out of our own better judgment and smaller expectations as to pr<y4f, pub'i-h as handsome and cheap editions of olAer autli re, whose works were out, now, easily come at ' " Let us try !" said Eulerprue. Before arriving at this idea of the Mirror I.irrarv, however. we had made arrangements to republish in tlie same cheap form, other works of our own that were as much called for as the Poems?im short all the Pause Woxxi of N. P. Willis ?your humble servant of this present writing, dear reader'.)? Our dear ally, General Morris, had also rssiiu-duced his popu lar Bonos and Ballads, which have aold with the tame electric mpidity as the others Our "Letters raoM Unuer a Bridue"* will be ready in a day er two, t and Pien?ii.Lin<3s bv the Way are in prrparaiion and will be issued in a week or two. 77ie advertisements will duly announce all these. We would ?sy, en passant,, of "Pencilliiigs," thnt only one-third of them have ever been re-published, either here or in Kuglaud. The first Kuglish edition (the fifth edition is now salliug well in London) was printed from a broken set of the old Mirror, which had found its way out there, and the author being abseut iu France, even that imperfect copy was mueh reduced bv the proof-readers. The Ainericau edition {long ago ost' of print) was a litvral copy of this incomplete English oue,and now, for the firat time. Pencilling! by the Way" will be printed in a handsome and cninp'ete edition. Of coarse, dear reader, we did not intend the presumption (the Genetal and 1) of putting our own worka at the beginning of a "Library of Favorite Authors." This is explained above. But we shall so arraugn it, by giving you an extra titlepage, that you can bind up ir leave out, us or others, at your pleasure. Each author will be separately paged, and we shall to arrange it that whatever you select from our ra-publications will bind lulo an iutegnii and handsome volume. There are now ready, then-fore, the following 1?" The Sacred Poems o/N.r. Willis," 12)^ ceuti. 2?" Poems of Passion." bv N. P. Willis," 12>$ S?" The Lady Jane, and other Poems," by N. P. Willis , 12>? d?' The Songs and Ballads o/di. P. Mourns."- .12>J b?" The Little Frenchman and his Water Lots and other Talrtnf his Times,"by U P. Mou-t lis ; Illustrated by Johus-ou, the American UruiRshauks 12}$ 6?" The Songs and ballad? of Bahhv wall," a if ubl? nuinbrr, 33 7?" fatten from Under a Bridge," by N. P. The i lit v complete edition ever published. A doable number. 33 8?The Rococeo, No i"?containing three el'the moit delici- ns I'neint ever written, vix The " Culprit Fay." bv Joseph 11. Dxtkc ; " Lillian' bv W. M Praed : and " St. .Ignrs' Eve " by John Keatm With note* by N. P. , Wim.ii, 13'i 9?" The liococco, Mo. II"?containing the entire "Poems," of William ("oate I'nunty w'tha Biographical Sketch by the late Wil- i mam leogett, Esq., and Original Nottt by i N. P. Willis 12}$ | We have four or five gems to foil on theae, which we are sure will equally delight and aurpriae our readers and the public ge nerally. We will uot name them now. One or two of them are books we almost maile a secret .of possessing?they were no rare, so invaluable, and so impossible ta replace. We can ven- 1 tore to promise, that, (leaving our owu works aside ) no series of uniform lite ature in the luugaag will be < hoicer, or bett-r w rlh possessing at any price? let aloue a shilling j To onr subscribers we with to say that we shall publish in our Library' series nothing which wilt again appear in the New Mirror. The New IViirror itself, we nre continent will b? 1 a Valuable portion of the I.ibrarv?rtl* II), same sere and ihaan. ana containing, of course, the best furgiti?e Lte-ature that we can chooss cr proaan. The New Mirror ia oar pride. We shall spare no laborOaon it, sad it shall be worth / of the constellation to which Ills thr leader?if we know how to make it so. And now, dear leader, let ns commend to your purchase aud pre tenting the Mirror Library?for, by shillings thus expended without an* feeling of sacrifice, yoa will gradually create a Paradittof delicious reading, into which you can retreat when you would be rid of care or weariness. , The above work* hsve iust been issued a * Ex rat of Che New Mirror, and ran be. bound either with or without it They are beautifully printed, of a uniform sixe, and maybe had on ap- I plication to the publishers. They ere sent by mail to all quar wr 01 me country, at me uiou newspaper postage Single copies 12>% emu?tea copies Tor one dolla*. For sale, wholesale or retail, by , MORRIS, WILLIS k CO. 1 No. i Ann street, Now York. The " Lrtfers from Under the Bridge" were written in a eeeluded glen of the vnlley of the Suniurhtonah. Tlie author, alter sese-al veere residence aud travel ahioad, on ide there, as he hope I, an altar or lire-time tranquillity for W ? household gode Moat of the lettera were written in the Tall belief that he ahould pass there the remuudrr of hia da?a. Inevitable neceaaity drove him again into active metropolitan life, and the remembrance of ihit enchanting interval of reiioae aud rural pleasure, atema to hi in now like little hut a dream. An picnr iug trnly the colour of hia own mind and the ratnral flew of hit thonghuduring a brief eujoynient of the kind of life alone beat auited to hit disposition at well aa to hia better nature, the book ia interesting to lnm??'f and to thoae who leve him. Aa picturing faithfully the charm ef nature and aecluaion after years of mtnaicated life m the gayeat circlea of the gayeet citira of the world it may be curious to the reader. 1 Mince published?aee printed list shore, f 26 Iwecd 2tw*rrc l'HRENO-MNEMOTJSCHN Y. OPENING OF A NEW CLASS! NOW th*l the unanimous and fav oable reports of th? Press. ' and of the generality of tPe m-mbert who ait'nd the pretent Course, Have removel the former incredulity of the public | upon the t<ue merits and practical importance of the Hyitem ; And, Iso in answer to aereral handled applic-lious which e >u\d not ba admitted, ainre the second Lecture tvhisprrae I ''lasses, the nuin'-r oi subscribers to which (1387) fills up all the scuta in tmUi Lerture ilo in , both np and down town? I'ROF. FAUVEL-GOUllAUD Will open a N >.w Cuai for the timing, and another ' I <<a in the day fii/ic, (for the couve .iaees of Laimsand ih? mrmVn if the Cbcarir )aa soon as a reasonable numb r of snescrib r. hall hare u ilea t form either of the two Classes, or b >tli At least tivt> lectures a week w II be given to each Classon Tuesday and Friday In the Evening Class, at 7 I' M.;an>< on Wednesday and Saturday Lr the Uay' lass at 12 o'clock precisely ; thus reducing the i ou-se, in rim- to three weeks at mo-1, as there will be lu'O tlnuhlr. Lectures io each part of the Con tie. N. B ?No other classes will be forme I hereafter on any consideration Prof G. f i iv 11 g already insde preparations to b-ctu-r in Phi'adelphia, Boston, Washington, sad Baltimore, before the opening of the husi"e,s season. LC^Tickets of admission to the Eveminf Course, including the rrinted Principles, green at th? door evryersuiue io each inemb Family Pickets for twofcie'tons g Each additional sn-mber of the sama Famil* ] IT^Ti'keU ol admission to the Pay Course, for rach individual member, only S i To be had at kPrcfrssor O a office. No. 207 Broadway, a few i doors above the Granite Building Office open from 10 A. M to A P. for delivery rf tickets to suhscritiers. iLT" The subscription list will liec'.oscdou Saturday, March tcE P. 8.?For the satisfaction of that portion of th? public who might yst desire more caiu tuiiv* evidence on the practicability, Jiower, and immense advantages of the Hyalein, a i phreni )-mnfm()Tkch.\v ; .And Esperimental , PUBJJC INTRODUCTOR Y LECTURE, For the benefit of the needy , ORPHAN ASYLUM8 OF THIS CITY. , Will b? (firm at the Tabernacle, on the evening of theCth . Vlareh at precisely half-past 7 o'clock. (C7*"The Phreno-mnemotechmc experiments of the evening to ' * mede hy over one hundred ( Ladies anil (Jentlemeu) mem- ' wrs ofPtofesaor (Kill R AU D'8 pre??ot elaas? I Retidn several Pupils nf the N. Y Blind Asylum, t sho will answer to every question rut them hf he audience 1 Vom a voluminous progiamme of the statistics', historical, nathematical and other icient fit ra< T? which they hare eaiii-d by the application of the Syitrm. at the and of the , fourth lecture ol tlie eotme. Tickets of admiaaton to the Introductory Lecture, io ceata. fl* eontt'rcM WFM _____ t DEAFNESS. 5 DRS. CASTLE AND EDWARDS, AURISTS r 1Q1 BROADWAY -Extract.? JOL " 1 ch-erfnlly comply with the request of Lieat. Mc- T Intoah, to testify that he was invalided home as nnfii for doty, a consequence ol total deafness and diacharfea Iromhiaear: . '.hat New Vork, on his way to England, he plsced vimsel' ??der the professional care ?f Dia.t aatle and Edwards \nriata. Under their tteoment he recovered hit hearing, and aas returned to his military duty. fttffued, H McNEVEN. M 0. fln'geon toH. 11. M. Forces, Jamacia. Q ACOUSTIC DROPS. A sara care for inoipient deafnesi, earache, paint, hnxnnga ?t singing aoandv in the ears, collections of hard was orvuta ted secretions of the organs Thcr aeoui ie nil has been a popular remedy as a cara'tt-' in tl| diseases of the ears for upwards sfntaaty years. OBees ren?iTed to 391 Broadway, corner White street _ f25 lm*ee. |( f^vStGNEF. of 44 bbls Shnnldei. ntirksd "K. W. Dana," ! par Wane Kamm?hnn Roy, frotV. New Orleans, now dm- fi Vi?*gia(t at Murray' wharf, is requested Mk, rharge of tie ,| Wi flMatily. or they will be stored Iw J?? account. UU^TCMMI AND JSWELR Y.-The lariat and most v y >W?vlid Msorttneat ol Watches in the .j,T u to be \ 's. vvncirjr*",!.;' ; Ifylsv raht (he aaanmetarers, is England, Fran a. and n Bwitx-rkaAVc i? enabled to offer s larger assortment, and H mas'. IsMris"' St retail, than any other house in the sirr. l! .f W4 each. Watches and ll j**yT' wpsd - mfffft. All watches warrant'd to hasp ? rTO ' **j? brat manner, by the 'I as* ?T ?ks.x'xr,,? f, rnSK''-w iiWixt J \ \ 4 I % pe J V : L J W V ( YORK, WEDNESDAY IV LETTERS FRO!) NEW VORK. [Prom the National Intslligenecr ) [uy N. 1?. WILL1S.1 CoMKNis.?February?Tom Moore?-Walluk? Barry ?Catalani?Piervont?Mr*. Child? Mac;?i/icent Putt on Tiffany Younp;'* Bijou Shop? Week*, the Uphouterer?Mitchell?Farewell. Nkw \ork, February 24,1K44. February should be called the month of hope, for it is invariably more enjoyable than the first nominal fruition?more spring-like than the first month ot spring. This is a morning that makes the hand OMUt and the fingers spread?a morning that should ha consecrated to sacred idleness. I should like to exchange work with any out-ofdoors man?even with a driver of an omnibus? specially with the farmer tinkering his fencesCities are convenient places of refuge from winter and bad weather, but one longs to get out into the country, like a sheep from a abed, wall the first warm gleam of suitBtiine. 1 see that Moore lias virtually turned to come down from liia long ladder of fame?hia publishers, Longmans, having made a final collection of hit! works man elaborate edition, and prefixed thereto a picture of an old man?Tom Moore as he is! It is melancholy to see this portrait. The sparse hair, made-the-most-ot?the muscles of the face retreating from the habitual expression?the lamp within siill unconscious of losing brightness, yet the glass over it stained and cracked. Moore should never have been painted, after thirty. Tliis picture is like a decrepit cupid?wholly out of character. His poetry is all youth, its very faults requiring youthful feeling for an apology ; and to know that he has grown old?that fie is bald, wrinkled, venerable?is some unnatural hocus-pocus?some hideous metamorphosis we would rather not have teen even in melodrama. Moore lias not sobered away, twilight-wise, as he might have done, llis wit and song have kept admiration so warm around him that he has forgotten his sun was setting?that it was time the shadows of his face grew longer?time that his pen leaned toward life's downward horizon. The expression on this lace of frisky sixty, is of a flogged-up hilarity that is afraid to relax. Moore will look lacetiousand dining-outish in his coffin. 1 see that Wallack has added lecturing, as a new branch, to his profession, and is very successful. Mr. Harry, the stage manager of the Park, is to try on the same experiment to-night at the Society Library. "Two strings to your bow" is a good economy in any profession, and there are sundry professions the duties of which do not interfere, fur instance, with authorship. A men who sheuld reuii two hours beloregoing to he<l, and'(rite for the first two hours altersuurisu, would give tima-^nd attention enough to any literary pursuit, while the bus'ness part of the day, and a good part of thelevening, won If he stillileft unoccupied. Actors particularly (so caprir." ?\i is fortune with them) should have a brace of vocations, <Md a post, with an honest trade besides, in more likely to ..i.? his " lines lall in pleasant places." It appears by ihe English papers that Madane Catalnni Indignantly denies being deed ! She is still living, and capable of enjoying "good living" at her villa, near Florence. The American story, which went the rounds ol the papers some time since, of a man whose capacious throat hod "swallowed a plantation and fifty negroes, finds its counterpart in the villa and its dependants which have come out or the threat of Madame (Jatalani. I was fortunate enough to enjoy much of her hospitality when in Italy, and there are few establishments that I have seen where the honors were done with a more princely liberality and good taste. She was then, as she is probably still, a well-preserved and handsome woman, of majestic mien ami most aifable manners, and at her own little parties siie sang whenever asked, and as well as ever she had done in public. She seemed to me never to have huen intoxicated with her brilliant successes, and to have had no l>noin of applause left like a thirst in her ears?as is the case with popular favorites too often. Her husband, M. Vulabreque, was a courteous man and a fond husband, and their children were on an equal feoting of social position with the young nobility of Florence. Most strangers who see any thing of the society of that delightful city, come away with charming remembrances of Malame ( ntalani. Washington's Birthday is growing into a temperance anniversary, probably much to the pleasure, and a little to the surprise, of the distinguished ghost. There was a grand temperance celebration at the Tnbernacle last evening, at which the eloquent author of the airs of Palestine, Rev. John Pierpont, delivered an address. By tho.way, it is an overlooked feather in the cap ot temperance, that we owe to it the pleasant invention of kissing. In the course .f my rea-linp I ?.? r- folio. Im with t lift nitioncal ttCt, that, when wine was prohibited by law to the women of anciant Rome, male relatives had the right of ascertaining, by tasting the lips of their sisters|and cousins, whether the forbidden liquor had passed in. Now. by restoring the muah-abused and perverted kiss to its original mission, and making of it the sacred apostle of inquiry that it was originally designed for, it strikes me that the temperance committees would have many more " active members," and the cause would assuredly grow on public favor. 1 submit the hint to that admirable enthusiast, Mrs. Child. There are two establishments in the city ol New York which should be visited by those who require stretchers :o their comprehension ot luxury?Weekt'j Furniture Warehouse, behind the Astor, and Titfany's Bijou-shop, at the corner of Warrea street and Broadway. In a search 1 have lately made for a bookraan of a particular fancy, 1 have made the round of furniture warehouses, and, as a grand epitome of fall them? uneven-story building, crammed with furniture on every floor?1 should recommend the mere idle sight-seer to spend a morning at Weeks ' for his amusement. Upon the simple act of sitting down has been expended as much thought (in quantity) as would produce another Paradise host. Home of the chairs, indeed, nrc poems?the beautiful conception and finish of them, taken into the mind with the same sensation, at least, aud the same glow of luxury. The fancies of every age and country are represented?those of the F.ll/.ahethian era and the ornate fashion of Louis XIV. predominant,.though tables ami sofas'on Egyptian models ire more sumptuous. At so much cost, they ought to put the mind at ease as well as the body. And, Tiy the way, the rombining of couch and chair in one (now so fashionable) would have pleased the Roman damci, whose husbands kept chairs (or women and moarners--a man's sitting upon a chair (in preference to a couch) being considered a received sign of deep mourning or poverty. Few people can trust their taite to go into such an immense warehouse as Weeks', and select (in one style, awlj that style suitable to their house, condition, and manner ol living) the furniture for an establishment. It would he a rood vocation for a reduced gentleman to keep taste to let, holding himself ready to take orders, and execute 'hem at discretion, according to the suitabilities of the employer. Tiffany's is a fashionable pleasure-lounge already, his broad glass doors and tempting windows, being at one ol :he most thronged corners of Broadw ay. It is better than * museum, in being quite a* well stocked with surprises, and these all ministering to present ami fashionable wants. Where resides the prodigious ingenuity expended on these superb elegnmries and costly trifles, it would l>ehard to discover. And the seductive part of it is, that 'here are articles for all prices, and you may spend a dollar or Ave hundred in the same dainty lino of commodity ! The times are " easy," if we can judge by the articles that And plenty of buyers. I heard yesterday that a shop-keeper in Broadway had imported several ladies dresses, priced at one thousand dollars each and had no lifflculty In selling them. Mr. Weeks informed me that, of a curtain kind of very costly chair, he could not keep one unsold ! It was certainly a superb article, made ol arved rosewood and purple velvet ; price (for a single 'hair) one hundred and flttv dollars We have not ret adopted, in this country, tna French custom of ornamenting dinner-tables verr expensively with silver vases ind artificial flowers, nor has the old lioman custom ever >een resumed, I 'thnk, of placing the "household fods" upon the table. The aspect of a supper -Utile in < I ero's time, indeed, must have been beyond the show 'ven of the Bourbon sybarites ; the guests in white and icarlet robes, with chaplets of roses, myrtle, or ivy on heir heads, lying by threes on couches sovered with itirple or embroidered with gold and silver?a crowd of -laves, chosra for their beautv. waitine within the -uinari or mod by the table*, and ilrenned In tunic* of the bright *t color*?over *11 a canopy of purple cloth, giving Die oom the appearance of a superb tent?the course* irougtit in with a regular procession mnrching to mu?ic -last, (not least heightening to the effect,) the custom lorrowed of the K.gyptiaus, of bringing in a skeleton, in

he midst of the feast, to furnish a foil to the enjoyment til the*e were common leatiires of tinman luxury at the ime when Home bod the treasure* of the earth at her disosal, and probably will never be reproduced in the *ame plendor, unless we rebarbarl/e and make war upon Kuope under a military chieftain. Mitchell's theatre rarrie* the town with Cinderiila ? 'he opern goes on well, too. The only very great woner is the " talking machine," which I have not yet seen, will see It and describe it for you. Yoi a*, kc. [From the Doston Transcript.] hy .iclbs janin smith. Iontknts.?Oourawl ? Vueount Rertrand ? Merrant He Library?O^ra?Palmo't?Barry~ Man<[utra<ie?Nat. Willi*?Romance?Humbug?and *o forth. New York, Feb. 23. A very learned friend, to wljotn I allowed my ?tter to you published in ThaNday's Transcript, nsuresine on his veracity, that the system of Pro ssor Fauvel (fouraud is no " humbug," but that t is earnest and true, und cnoable of producing the lost remarkable eifectson the memory. On such uthority 1 cannot douht the Professor's claim to our very " high consideration." Doubtless in the oiirse of his pilgrimages, he will visit Boston ; nnd ou can then judge for yourselves whether Mnetonics he not something more real than Mesni'-rim. I would, deferentially, advise the appointlent of a committee of six to examine into the tatter. The result will he far more satisfactory rnn in the case of Dr. Collyer. By the by. how is it that there are so many pro!Mor* in these days'! Every itinerant lecturer uha himself Professor. There is, as the advertise>rnt calls him,* distinguished novelist, with whose )RK 1 IORNING, FEBRUARY 28, name this dignified prefix always apiiears. After much research, it has been ascertained that he is qi or whs a proftt$oroi religion. 1 am sorry that the s> practice is not better inculcated by his works. bt Viscount llert rand, a son of the General, has fe heen figuring here in select circles. Numerous are In the stories and anecdotes in circulation concerning him. The tongue of gossip has bubbled most loudly of his actions, habits and manners. I will not at indulge in scandal so far as to re|>eat what is said ol to the young man's disadvantage ; but it is greatly U to be lamented that youths of his style should go ol about without a parent or guardiun. 11m should be told ol that smoking segau in ladies partora is rather mauvaii ql grnt, and that riding steeple chases over trozen ground is considered unsportsman like. Palliations for his behavior may be feund in the fact that he is a child of the camp, and carries tho manners of the soldier into the resorts of gen- 11 tinmen, lte should be attended not by a valet but by an Cl orderly sergeant. T Von speak of the increased demand for "white kids" in u consequence of the proposed bull|hy the Mercantile Libra- ti ry Association. Uoodness '. vou should pop into Palmo's opera house. There are " white gloves" for you?white t[ glUTCU lll'llC* U1U T'lUW gi?ICU gCIIUI.'IIlCIl UUIQlUg UUl I white glove*?virgin, immaculate, unsoiled, like the mow I i on Ida, like noen day cloud*, like?like anything you I * like. F.ach new opera bring* them out in profusion.? 11 Vast i* the multitude at Stewart'*?numberless the rehi- c cle* at Selby'*. k To-night is the last of Belisario?a dull, show-piece tj kind of un opera, with very beautiful scenery bv Bragal- n di, and one good *ong ("Trema Bysanzio") by PerozzT.? 0 Ou Monday next,Lucia di Lummermoor is to he performed. ? This will have its run oi four or live nights, and then I ? do hope for La Oa/./a Lndra, L'Klinoise d'Amoro, or some , charming comic opera, to which the talent*of the prima donna are much better adapted. The engagement by the 0 way, of the present Italian troupe, lasti only fifteen nights o more, and then you can have them in Boston, i dare say, is if yon have any place in which to bestow them. n Barry, the former excellent manager of the Tremont, ji; lectured last evening to a very respectable audience, on /| "the uses and abuses of the stage." He wu* not violent in ' i defending his most unfortunate calling, but calm and for- j. cible. He writes with ease, grace, and fluency, and his '* delivery, always in good taste, was at times very elo- M rjuent. i am convinced that cotiid the management of the Park Theatre be placed in hia hands, the days of its an; cieat prosperity might come back, lie is very popular, and mo?t respected where ha is best known, ft is anI nounced that the Park will he re-opened on March the fourth: I do not believe that Simpson himself has any idea wnst will be done or can be done to keep it open. I 2 prophecy that it will soon be sold and converted into a church or a large hotel. There are two causes all-suiHcicnt in themselves for the decline of theatricals in New Vork; paople are tired beyond endurance at seeing the same old tedious, threadbare plays, enacted again and again, by third-rute peiformers, and the public sense of morality and decency is shocked at the sight of a conspicu- c ous {portion of the bouse, set apart foi abandoned women. Uatil new dramatists shall arise, and the intolera- 8' hie nuisance of the third tier he abated, there can bo no hope for a rejuvenescence of the theatre. There is a very mysteriou* individual, who is constant- P' ly quoted in the newspapers, and famed for his opinions. lj What his name is, nobody over heard, hut he is popularly recognized as the "Oldest Inhabitant." He informed " me this morning, that though he could recollect a gnat tl many yean back,he never knew the time when the streets of this city worn in so frightful a condition. The mud in maay of our highways and byway* is ankle-deap and C knee-deep; that numerous portion of tho inhabitants dis ? tinguished by strangers, par exctUrnrt, as New Vorkers, detested by Jews, and vulgurly named iiogs, rejoiced b gruntmgly in their vast sty. This morning a few sea- vt vungcrs, with a few small hoes, are making small work w of removing the mighty mountains of filth?un herculean labor; not trie Crotou alone?scarce a hundred river*? ' could tva*h away the Augean horror. Ilie*a Boston for !l its cleanliness-it maybe called the chastity of a city. v Father Miller, whit is New York' a A good deal of fuss has been made in the paper* lately tl about certain masked balls whicii have been given here, a They were, in fact, rather insignificant afl'airs. which Y took place at n Club houte, were got up by subscription, awl unattended either by very fashionable orverydis- -. creel ladies, la it not straagu that any ladies nt all would . countenance entertainments which have been deemed so n immoral by the Legislature, as to induce n statute prohi- ? biting thorn altogether, and affixing penalties of line and r imprisonment! I am told that the costumes worn were il mostly from theatrical wardrobes? tiusel and rubbish. '1 Surely the only excuses for attempting such things ut all, p are to be found in the dazzling scene, the multiform dresses ,j the wit, the liveliness, the hilarity. Noae of them, " a ( man atiout town" informs me, were at all apparent; a number of grotes<|ue figures, with hideous faces und shabby garments, met, danced, supped, and went home. Yet v from rending the romantic letters ot Mr. Willis to the In- v telligencer, you might fancy them very sujierb, nnd, as he tl would say, rr.chtrrhi. Truth may be stranger than lie- tl tion, but fnrre seem to be a good many wsnplc Ui iM? world I, who tnins it vastly mi aiaukiug. , Porto Cabslloi ti [Correspondence of the Herald.1 ^ Porto Cabello, Venezuela, Jan. 27, M l. ' Movements in Religion?All soils oj News-lmpor- t tant to Merchants. c TIte inhabitants of this city arc busily engaged ^ to-d.ty preparing lor the reception of the illustrious r Archbishop of Caruccas and Venezuela, I >r. Fer- r i nandez de Pena, who will enter on Monday after- " noon, 29th instant, accompanied by numerous ofli- ^ cials, corresponding to a dignitary and representa- v 1 tive of his Holiness the Pope, and consequently the u head of the Roman Catholic Apostolic Church j' ' of the Republic. Dr. Pena is a native of Vrnezue ,| la, and one of those illustrious tnen, who in 1810, a placed their signatures to the Act of National Independence, and added his influence to that of his r 1 distinguished coadjutors to carry into effect the principles made manifest in that important document. u This distinguished personage, with but a tew of the jj signers of the Declaration of Independence, survive ,| to see their country in a prosperous, flourishing and t< most happy condition, which is consoling and gratifying to a true patriot. These considerations, united to the most exemplary character of the man, 1 as a christian, induced the Vene/uelian Congress, ' assembled in 1S-41, to fplace him in the Archi- ' t episcopal Chair, and the clection'wiis duly confirm- s i ed by His Holiness. Therefore double honor will be 1 i conferred upon Dr. l'ena. both as an Archbishop ' and a fried patriotjof the revolution, a fnesd of h- " 1 lierty and humanity. 11 January 31. * Yesterday, at 8 o'clock, A. M . the Archbishop entered the city, accompanied hy his own suite, * several of the Foreign Consuls, and other gentle men, besides a large concourse of the populace, 11 .vho went out to meat him at an eaily hour. The " public manifestations of the people, of their deep 1 regard and profound respect towards the venerable '' 1 old gentleman, could not he otherwise than ex- 11 treniely gratifying. We were highly pleased with , the dignified and respectable appearance of the " distinguished personage alluded to, while pas- '' ' sing through the city, enroutt, to the Church. d i A canopy had been spread over the principal ! street which leads to the Church, with branch- " , cs of the cocoanut tree fastened to the right " ind leff, having a very neat appearance ? 11 After the customary ceremonies on such occasions, ' his Eminence retired to his lodgings, which had M been provided by the curate of this city, quite fa- " tigned with the assiduous and laborious duties at- l'; tending a ceremony which requires much parade. '' In the evening we had the pleasure of hearing a ,r icrinon preached by the Secretary of the Arch- ' bishop, Dr. Alegria, who is a man ot distinguished Cl talents, and, in fact, he spoke most eloquently, although briefly. Now is the time for all those who n' wish to become devout christians to stand forward, (as we ourselves certainly shall.) confess, and re five absolution. Notwithstanding the doubts we ' nave in onrown minds in regard to the aoiiiulness ''' h the Roman Catholic religion, still ? rouiHur ej ,t a* our boonden duly lo respect the religious opin- **v ions of others, whatever they may he, acting in w conformity to the old adage?"while with the Ro- rH man* we must do as the Romans do." Upon another occasion more opportune, we shall give you ]" n exact account of the "sayings and doing*" of the Archbishop, not having time sufficient at our je disposal to-day for that purpose; however, we intend to inform you of other affairs which, although ce ;>erha|?s they may not he so interesting, in every l'1 point of view, as the one already described, yet we (latter ourselves that they will not he entirely "tin- t,B interesting." Ifere goes, then, the announcement <" of the appointment and promotion of H. II. M ";l tJon^til at this port, <o-n. I taniel O'Leary, to be II. 1,1 \1. Consul General and Charge d'Affairs near the (rovernment of the Republic of N'ew Grenada: fohn McWIurtee, 12 q., previously acting Consul Jj lor If. 11. M , having received, also, the a|>|Kiint- ! ' mcnt to occupy the station vacated by (teneral ''a O'Laary in this city. ['" Pray do inform us, for (rod's sake, who were the 1,1 authors of a letter published by you m the Herald, 4,11 dated 2:Id iJecemberultinto, from the city of Puerto 'V Cahalln, over the signature of "Punch iV Co." We ''' were mneli ineensed against that firm lor writing those "solemn truths;" in (set, we intrnd to put a ,in Pop to their correspondence, without tlisy behave ,l,l better in future, although it is rather a difficult matter to drive "Punch Jt Co ,"as they are awful stubborn fellows. _ > 'ju What isthe disposition of Captain Tyler in re!a- du tion to the appointment of a Consul in St. Thomas'! "I' (?reat inconveniences arise from the want of an official to represent the United States in that place. Please hint to him thai there are thousands who iU1 daily parade the grounds of the White House that wl would jump at an offer of the Kind, ah IERA , 1844. Wc have the brig Pedramt, of New York, in c luruntine merely for having landed a passenger at a I. Thomas, where the small pox prevails. The nrque Anita left yesterday for Boston, full of cof- s e, &c.; the schooner John, of Haitiniore, lies t ere. The ladies are us pretty us ever. 1 fkuruarv 4. We presume that it is not generally known ' iriong the merchants. ownerB, and masters f vessels of New York and other ports of the nited States, that all vessels arriving at those f this republic, proceeding from the Island f Saint Thomas (direct) are inevitably placed in uarantine, as a precautionary measure, l.uely dopted against the introduction of the small pox, 'hich disease prevails to n considerable extent l that place. This regulation will undoubtedly antinue in force until the epidemic ceases at St 'hotnas. The brig Sarah Jane has been detained day or two, we learn, in consequence ol the inunous and disorderly conduct of the cook, Jones, ho was lodged in jail day before yesterday, for ireatening and menacing the life of the captain of aid brig; and we presume that the latter, with everul others belonging to the vessel, will extend tieir affidavits in conformity. The cook's beastly onduct towards the captain was certainly nrovoing, and deserving the most severe punishment he laws of the United States allow in such cases rude and provided. Last night at exactly seven 'clock, Firmin Gruve, Esq., a resident French entleman of this city and respectable merchant, fas united in holy wedlock, by the Archbishop of 'araccas and Venezuela ; a numerous concourse f relatives and friends were present en the happy ccasion. Happiness may attend flint through lite i our sincere wish. The ladies beg to he kindly tmembered to you, and the young editor particuirlv. The beautitul black-eyed girls ol Veneuela, are not to be surpassed by those of the Uni'd States, or any quarter of the world. Ho much jr the fair regard to the sterner sex we have noling to say. God forbid us continuing. Momno. Boston. [Correiponileiice of the Herald.[ Boston, Feb. 26, IBM. 'he " Twenty-Second'''?Fate of Genius !?Trial, Conviction and Sentence?Politics?Business in the Custom House?Collector, fyc.?Postmaster and " that certificate"?Speculations, <$*c. The anniversary of the birth of Washington was elebrated in the good "notion city" in a style itch as has seldom been known in these parts, or some reason or other, this year, the three weeks receding the 22.1 of February were characterized y an unremitted series of preparations to cotntemorate the day " in a becoming manner," and ic number of halls, parties, fttes, soirics, festivals, tc., which took place on that occasion, far exeeded in quantity and quality any previous "com lint*, ana tne present tmiiertor, Hubert iiant'iui, r., acquits himself witli entire satisfaction to all rho have intercourse with him. As he happens to e a thorough democrat, and disposed, from prtnetle, to remain so, the whigs are determined to get irri removed, if possible. Memorials have been ansmitted to Washington by the friends of I/evi incoln, lor his re instation to the office, hut it innot be. There exists some doubt in relertce to Mr. lianloul's confirmation by the Se tie, though the event is most desirable by , e true democratic party of Masssarhusetts. as i ell as by the especial friends of President i yler. But it the present incumbent be dis|>lnred, i e oflicc will not be tilled by a wing during the listenre of the present administration. In the 'ent ot a vacantty, Mr. Kantoul's successor will, 1 ithout any douht, he selected from the democratic ' tiks. You tiave, undoubtedly, observed in some of the ' urnals from this city, an insinuation to the eflect at Nathaniel Greene, Ksq., our popular I'ostmasr, hatl " joined the Clay club here!" I give he. w the version of this ridiculous " rumor" as t reived it, from one who was acquainted with nil e facts. Greene was on his way to dinner. As he was ssing up .H street, a little knot of Clayites if inhere of the club) standing upon the corner, iled him. The subject of politics wus introduced, d Greene remarked that he would rather see 1 enry Glay President of the United States, than a rtain man (whom he named) should be elected. t live us .1 dollar, Nut," said one of the party . For what!" asked Greene. "No matter?let's i ve a dollar." Without further parley, Greene r >k out his pocket hook, handed the man a dollar, ji d the party separated. In the evening of the aie day, Mr. Greene received from the commit* of Clay club, No. I, a certificate of member. ip, enclosed in an envelop,informing hun to the !' ect that, having conformed to the regulations, d paid ins initiation fee ot one dollar, lie w as en- (i led to the. certificate, and was duly a member, '. The joke was a very lair one, but it was highly honorable to attempt to make political capital n t of such a " sell" us this. Mr. Greene imme- i, Itely returned the certificate,o| course, with hia .1 tnion of gentlemen who had made such an abor* e attempt to injure him politically. There exists no doubt that Mr. Greene (who is, d has always been highly |a>pular, as postmaster) * II be confirmed. In regard to some others, time ? ir.e will show. Mr. Ilenshtw arrived in this city # lemorations" evergot up in this city. Not a single all, or public assembly room in the city, was without its ball or levee. The beaux of Boston rere never happier, and the belles never looked rettier. Fun, frolic and festivity "ruled thejhours," nd it is doubtful whether so many pirouettes re re ever turned before, in the same space of time, s took place on this memorable night. Truly did re denizens of this little village honor themselves nd the occasion which gave birth to the illustrious Washington! The Grand Jury for Suffolk, at its last term, reirned a true bill of indictment against Mons. .dolphe (the husband of the notorious fortune;ller, Madame Adolphe) for an assault, in Junuuy, wuh intent to " imprison aud abduct" a young nd beautiful girl, for the purpose of seducing her. 'he name of the lady is Mies Amanda II. Gainron. She is ahont eighteen yeurs old, and is the aughter .of Mr. Thomas Gammon, who resides 111 Iharles street, near Bencon. There were several ounts in the indictment, and his trial came on and vas concluded on Friday last. The Court room ras crowded to a perfect jam, and the most intense nferest was exhibited on the part of the throng, fie plaintiff being a member of a highly-respectale family, and the defendant having acquired (by leans of his witch-wife) a noted reputation, ulolphe had set a most singular trap for the abduclon of this lovely creature, whom ne had seen at is wife's fortune-telling rooms, but she was fortutate enough to escape his hellish design. Alter nveigling her into a meeting, which he proposed hrough a female friend of his, he attempted to arry her off by force, in a phtcton, but vas prevented, in the very act, by the intererencc of the young Jady s mother, who was tear bv. The complaint wus entered, which eaulted in indictment. He was tried, convicted, md on Saturday night was sentenced to six months n the House of Correction?an exceedingly mild unishment considering all the circumstances. He vas defended by J. A. Holies, Esq., who did his ifrimsf tfi miVh tiifn. lint flit* verdict was Hiitir i ntrd, and it is a matter of surprise that the sentence was so light. Adolphe is a foreigner, and luring Ins residence in J lost on has figured largely nd lived in the moat extravagant style?'hie wife's ncoine being very considerable He will now lave the opportunity of a change of diet, and time or reflection. [He has not been sentenced as mentioned by our orrespondent. That part is postponed till next larch. When the verdict ol guilty was renercd, it had such an efh-ct upon Madame Adolphe liatshe was prematurely confined, and gave birth twins.?Ea. Herald.] At the existing crisis in political allairs, it is excedingly interesting to observe the process of the ;aine in this region. The Calhoun party in Boson, since the letter of the State-rights advocate ias"appeared, have settled quietly back on their teerved rights, and are watching tlie progress ol maters, in silence, hut with Argus eyes. The Van luren adherents cling to their favorite, with a uost creditable tenacity, and the leaders who cori nd that Van having been once beaten by fraud nd falsehood, should therefore be suppoitrd as the man," are moving heaven and earth to bring front a state of things to them most desirable. The real southern patriot, being, in their view, oil'the ack, tliey are determined to push the thing, and mke hay while the sun shines. The Cass men re by no means few?and they modestly step heween the two, and talk of "healing breaches," nd " availability." But we shall see 1 The Tyler appointments in New England, at tins loment, is the engrossing subject of speculation tuuior is eternally busy, and to-day we have "re ction"?yesteroay "confirmation"?to-morrow 'reinstation." For the last month the amount of usiness at the Custom House here, lias been very unch targer than ever before in the same space of mill in L. I LD. Prleo Two Ccutli in Friday laat, .and looks iu excellent health and { irita, notwithstanding Ins rejection. The weather is exceedingly cold "gain, and coniderable ice made in the harbor during the nights >f Saturday and Sunday. There ia nothing Hurting or singular in the way oi news. 1J. Io the Editor of tiif. New York Herald:? My Dear Sir:? Seeing in your paper of Tuesday the publication of the birth of uiy infant clulil, 1 beg leave to inform yon that an error has been committed, us legards Mrs. itagge having no medical attendance, owing to the closure of the prison at that time of night. My benefactor, Mr. Malaclii Fallon, (who under such circumstances, would never, and under no consideration whatever, hesitate ot letting the iron doors in the middle of the night he opened,) has showed to nie through every thing, anu in spite ot a great many persons, und iny enemies, all the humanity I ever could have expected of a stranger ; and the keeper who was on the watch, hearing me knocking at the door of mv prison cell, attended to me iu a moment. My wife gave, quite unexpected, and in less than a quarter ot an hour, birth to the infant; and doctor Macready, who was then sent for, came without the slightest doubt, in the short period of ten minutes time, and helped my wile with his usual skilful and medical assistance ; and every day attends to the young mother ami child, not alone with great interest,hut with fatherly protection; and lie is the man who was kind enough to give to that unfortunate, though happy mother, (who stands destitute upon the world, in a foreign land, and having no other protector than myself to look upon) some baby's clothes, until she could provide for some more. My dear Mr Fallon?Of course, what can I say of linn, nothing?because the heart feels more than the mouth enn utter. Hut this is certain, 1 respect him as a man, who will certainly receive the blessings of God for every thing lie has shown to me in my so puiidnl mid distressed circumstances, in which I am placed for the present. As regards my case, 1 have employed other Counsel, with my faithful and honorable Mr. Graham. llis name is James M. Smith, Jr., who came yesterday and offered my wife a more comtortable home, (although we have it as comfortable us a prison cell allows us to be) if the Doctor should think it proper to remove her, and whatever expense it should be, he would, with the greatest pleasure, furnish. Now 1 ask any individual where a client shall find such a Counsel, who out of charity, generosity and humanity, and with disinterested views, shall make such proposals, and assist, his client, even with money, (as he has done to trie) from whom he has never received a single penny yet, but only out of feeling of a true Christian, interests himself in behalf of a poor and unfortunate little family ? i I hope that Mr. Smith will not be angry with me for taking the liberty of making his generosity known ; but I think the act too honorable to pass by without any feeling of the most sincere and true gratitude. Good God ! what a diflerence! Some Counsel sell their clients lor the sake of money, and the others tor the sake of their own satisfaction, are happy to help to defend the innocent. My dear wile and child are hearty and doing remarkably well, and 1 am exceedingly obliged to you lor your otherwise most correct statement as regards the facts of the case. If it is not too much trouble, you would confer un everlasting obligation by publishing these few lines for me. And believe me, with true respect, Gear Sir, your well wisher, and ob't serv'l, JIknry M. Hague. City Prison, February 23d, 1844. P. S.?These are all the true facts, and (think you certainly understand (he meaning of my words, and therefore I recommend them to your able correction. Excuse my writing. The lliuti r ok Married Women to Property. ?The laws of this Estate, immediately upon a woman's marriage, vest the whole of her personal property in her husband, and give to turn a life light to the rents and profits of hcrreul projieity; and ull the property she may utter marriage acquire, in like manner guek to the husband. Hii creditors, for debti accrued either hcfoie or after marriage, may seize upon all this personal property , and upon the real property lor tha term of the husband's life, and the husband himself may squander in any way he pleases. In every civilised nation, we believe, except Kugland, and those countries her former dependencies, which derive their system of property from her, the iriwi are much more humane and juit towards womtn. And the condition of women in those countries, in other respects, than this right of property, hut growing out ol it, is less helpless, more seldom visited by cruel punishment, less dependent on the caprice of men, than in Kngland and this country. At this moment there probably is not in this Htate, ten in ten thousand of the married women who have any other interest in tha common property, than a vested right and perpetual use. in the duster, the scrubbing brush, and the cocking stove. The condition ol one hnll of the human beings who constitute the people of the State, has a tendency to aggravate one of tne evils of American society. It mokes the accidents of speculation press with the heaviest weight upon the most helpless sea. It makes ruin irremeiliuhie. It brings it home to the household, and forces it to uproot the ties ol farm! v. Women urn not speculators, nor gamblers, nor spendthrifts. They are prudent and cautious, e\ en to timidity. The right to property is with them, the right to educate their children hcfittingiy, and to gratify a law moderate social wants, with the earnings ol their own industry, or with means derived from iiiberltBnrr. (five to American mothers this right, anil society w ill have obtained a new preservative element?an element of the utmost value? purchased only by a measure of the simplest ana most obvious justice. Kvery year this subject is brought to the attention of the I.rghluture, as it has Wn during the present session by Mr. Votings, ol (Queens-, and each year it is dismiss r I without any action. The policy, as well as justice, ol remedying this great social evil is admitted, but nothing is done. The legislators ata the representatives of the ?,* who profit by the evil. They are gallant, tender, chivalrous?every thing but just. They will die for the women, but they will not part with their chance of a life lease in their property. So they dismiss a,l legislative action by calling the " fair petitioners" angels, and 1 idding them go scrub ?.Hihnny ?1llat. Thk Exemption Law ?The lull was on .Saturday taken out of committee in the Assembly, and referred to a select committee to report complete The discussion has turned chiefly on the question of extending the Kxemption of '49, by making it absolute in all cases, to the extent of the tl.tO. instead of vaiiable up to that amount, according to circumstances?the counter pro|>osition being to provide some cheap and summary process to ascertain the necessities of the debtor, and to appraise the value of his effects, and thus fairy out the spirit and Intent of the law of '49, without changing its principle. Notwithstanding the variety ol jirojmsitioos broached, and the length of the discussions, the commitUe came to no vote on any of them except that of Major llave/ac, to make the exemption ol "49 absolute- which was once carried, and ultrrwards reconsidered.?Albany jtrgu$ Feh. 96. Town Elections.?The remit of the town ?!ee. lions in Jellrrron county reached us Inst night.? llera the whig* gain ft members of the Board of Supervisor*. Last year the Hoard stood 3 whigs and 17 locolocos \ this year H whigs and 13 locos. Wo have now ivtnrns from 13 counties, and thay show tha following ie nil compare! Willi last year :? IM3. 1844. Loco 09 Whig 4fi 71 80 '18 There Is a member in each of the counties of < banning snd Tioga to bo elected. Also two members in the new towns of llartsville and Thurston, Steuben county. The result shows a whig gain of ! members?.il/mny .1J wrtiitr, AV4. 77. sitocrinri Mi rdkii.?.Iiihn Woods, of Tazewell rountr, Illinois, has been committed to jail ?n the 1 I targe of inhumanly killing his own child, only ten mouths old. It wsj proved against him that lie tried to get the phi sioian to kill the child when it was bom. Slavs Proi-kiity in Illinois.?Th? Supreme Court of lilinoiH has decided tli it n slaveholder ban a perfect right to puss through Illinois with his slaves,and that comity between the States would protect him in regarding the slaves as surh, while within the limits of that State. b'snidsti Wivks ?A lady in London named Hlayien. has lately been made defendant ill an action of ejectment The principal count 111 the declaiatlon whs foi throwing her husband nutof the window. So Pimciik* "lis Ykar.?A gentleman awuirrd is the other day that tliere would lie no poach crop this riwr, in consei|uence of the recent severe cold, lie says hat whenever the mercury sinks to JO degrees hotow re. o, it 111 variably proves fatal to this tender fruit.- Six insiWd On 2. A Srarcr* SgrcTKNcicn.?On the l?th innlant, a tian Iron Krte county, Peon. \s as sentenced to the enitentiafy in Allegany city, having been convirted ot eduction under the law against that crime, passed at the 1st session of the I'ennay Ivania Legislature. This is the r?t conviction under the new act ?i'AiW. Gutrtlt. ('RKat Si.noil.?A mammoth sleigh was lately tada hy Mr <leorge Sawyer, ol Birrc, forty feet in length y eight in breadth, made mostly of unhewn timber, and rawn by 7H horses. It would comfortably seat 174 peiana. Canal Navigation Rgsr mici>.?The CltC8S| cake ud Delaware Canal is now open and in good navigable rder A largo increase in the btislneea ofthia important , ommunicatlon Is looked for this season Pkilnd nw. '

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