Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 17, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 17, 1844 Page 1
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TH Vol. X., Wo. TT.WkoU Ho. 3847. To the Public. THE NEW YOHK HERALD?My newspaper?published every day of the year except New Year's day and Fourth of July. Price -J cents per copy?or $7 96 per annum?postages paid?cash in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Saturday morning?price 6^ cents per copy, or pS 19 per annumpostages paid, cash in a trance. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of fee Herald is over THIIU'Y THOUSAND, and increasing fest. It hat the largest circulation of any paper in thit tify, or the world, and it, therefore, the het channel for hutinett mm in the city or country. Prices moderate?cash in advance. PRINTING of all kinds executed at the moat moderate priee, and in the most elegant style. JAMES GORDON BENNETT. Phopbietob or thk Herald Establishment, , Northwest corner of En It on and Nassau streets. TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. iVfSSfSVOEB ARRJINGEMEN^!^^^^^^ The Sub<crb<-r-> luring ,om|,iei? ! their arrant sine ,is, are raw prepared p; bring out rastengen from Great Urit'in red I Gaud by the folluwing first cl sa pa, ket ships, one of which will leave Livipoul on tha 1st, Stli, Uth, lti'h, 2lit and 21th of each q.outh:? Patrick Henry, New York, 8herid,n, Virginia, Liv?pool, Cambridge, Mo'itiisna, SiJdons, O-o Washington, l'i tlniauer, Coluin as, United Stales, R scut, Atl hu t ii. Enulaud, Europe. Sieph'u Whitsey, Rtcheser, Iudependercf, Yorkshire, Gtrri-k, Hiclt, tduwui of the Wi-et, ('xibrd Certificates ,;t passage eau be obtained, and very information will h-giv n to tho?<- sanding for ih-ir friemhi, un apt It. atlou at icher of our olficts They will also he pieoared. on the opening of navieaiiou, to forward passengers and 'heir lag* ,ge to A Ibuty and Ttoy. and via ('anal to Rnft'alo, and all intermediate plicae. To all ports of th V ppcr Lakes. Vi" Oswego to Toronto, Port Hope, Cobn.-g, Kingston, and all parts of (sonde West. f> rom Trov via Whitehall to Montrsal and Quebec, C?nada Ea?t vit Ohio Canal from Cleuvelaud to Portsmouth, Cincinnati, a, d i. termedia r pieces Son'h West via Philadelphia to Pittsburv.Cincinnati, Louisville, and all parts on the Ohio Ifiver t> St Louis M; and to oil parts of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Wucon in Territory. REMITTANCES. Forthe aerommndatiou of |er?ou< wishing; to s?nd msney to th' 'r f'iendi in the ?>H ' nunr.ry, H AllNDEN fc CO. will give Draft* on any part of Engiaed, Scotland or Inland, rayable at si?ht, fors'imt of ?,t, ?5 ?20, to ?)0?? or in anyainouut to tint the parchaaer. OFFICES AND AGENTS. Charles '"ral. 120 Bta>e *tr<et, Boalnu B 'v Whreler, Uni"n Building, Providence, R I. J. W. Mills, 3' meet ai'd 16 Frour street. Mew York. G. H'>w .rd, 43 S ;uih Third nr?et, P"ila-'elphia Ssndfoid k Shoemaker, 7 Light atieet. Bvliiir.ore, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. L.8 Littlejohn, tl Exchn-ge, Albany N. Y. S Clark, 169 River street, Tni?, N. V. Utica.N. Y. W. A. Cook, Hvracuae, N. V. Iloeheaie1, N Y. W. H.Co?k Buffalo, N. Y. H. Filzhugh Ik < o., Oswego, N Y. ml6ec - ?- FOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. The It oval Mail Steam Ship CALEfc. O Lott, Esq., Commander -CaBlidbfflJjf will leave Boston for the abova porlson Monday, April 1st, neit. Passage for Liverpool $120. Passage for Halifax 20 Applv to D. BRIGHAM, Jr., Ayeot, tnl3to Ire No. 3 Wall street astaten island ferry. On and alter Tne?daV. Febrnaxy 27th, the Boats will leave as follows, until farti er notice Leave Si at en hland. Leave New York. At O.Vs A. .?1. At 9 A. M. 10 " 12 " 2 P. M. 3* P- M. 5 5 >4 " V. B. On Bunday the boat will leave at ll'nstead of 12. fejftrc MAIL LlNK F()R A LI! ANY: aMQ AND THE lN'i ERMEDI ATh. PLACES. CI, i- or as Br the ice will i splendid 3C^^llC3c?Steeiiiboai UTIi A, Captain >. Hyatt, will leave the Steamboat Pier at th* foot o''Ch-m*ers stieet, on Fndsi Aft? ruoou, at 5 o'clock, March '5th, 1H',4. Fur pass me or fr ight, apply on board, or to P. C. 8CHUL1'/, at tne Office on th- w harf. in 15 ec NEW york, albany, and troy steamboat line. ,Mfi MCZ ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1044?MORN|^MsndB9MWa''Nti LINK?From the foot of Barclay s'.set, 7 o'clock A, M. i Sundays ezcepted.) The Sie.unhoat TROV\ Cnpt. A. Gorhsm, and j iih .HrauiDunt r. vi ' a'ir. 3. tt. line. Line?Dimct from the foot of Cotrtiandc street, at 7 n'cl ck r. M. [Pu-; d?y> excepted 1 Tlie Steamboat s i* A LLC) vV. Capt. A McLeon, and The Stea lboat. ALBANY, Copt. R. B. Macy. ' ThePnpriatfln of the New York. Albuty and T/oy Li,.* woo' l rasper tlallt isform the public that their biaau have during?lie receu of navigation the past wittier, b*e? refitted and reple.iiiheH thtonuhoat and many improvement* h-'d-d to the eoa fort nf the rsveller. The Trov and Emmie, ** hereto fore, w<ll tm'm th- Mor-ing Line, from ihsSteamly t Pier fo It o Barclay street, running daily [Sundays ??c*i tedj making theprr npal inr*rmtdiate Lndi.igs e-i the River The nwell w and Albany will mrm lbs 7 o'clo k Evening Line (through direet) dii'y (Sundays (escepfed.) Ttw-ahivn hoaU am of the use cla-s oi Siemnn-ts. sad fir ape-*il and acroinmedatioos ire unsurpassed, ai d what is of greater in'eiMl to |he traveller, are u ,<ler the eommai'd ef officer wt-lf known to the putbc? their i smes alone is a sufic.ent guarantee of kind a'tentiou, civil d-port ne-it aud tale managementNew York. Mareh U I8H mlVc WINTER ARRANGEMENT?Ft ill ALBANY. Via BRIDGEPORT and aaM aMfk iN Housatomc it Western jIlI Of3tMCasRsiLDaoaps, tally, VnndaysJHHSB aCT^CJC. Excepted. ZSBSBLn Paasriigrrs for Alh*ny by this Noute will take the new ana elegant s'samhoat EUREKA Ca|it. J. Bro ki, which leaves New,York from foot Liberty str?*t, Tite day morning at halfpast 6 o'clock, for Bridgeport, thence by tn? Honsatooic and Western ILiliwa Is, wtehoul ehause of cars or baggage crates, to Albany, arriving same oreuiug at o'clock. Kare through $5. For passage or Freight, apply ou board, or at uhe office, foot of Liberty street. O. M. PERRY. Agent fader NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA RA uflUAl) LINK DIRECT, ; Fo* Nkwars, NxwBRiiitswica, Pri(ic*tois, Trkrtox. Borwentown An? Bi'RLiMiTorv. THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leaving New Vork daily from the foot of Courtlandt st. Morning Line at 9 A. M.?Mnil Pilot Line at 45i( P. M. The Morning Line proceeds to Bnrdentowu, from thenen 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 Courtlandt street, where a coinmodiona stsamboat, will be in rafdineas, with baggage crates uu board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to city. wihout beiug ojieuedliy the way Each train is provided with a car in which are apartments aad dressing roems ex.-resal v for the ladies' nse. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Wal' ant street, by steamboat to Borilentown at 7 o clock, A VI. and by railroad from Camden, ,n j o'olock, P. M. The line* for Baltimore leave Philadelphia at 7H A. M., sod" I P. M. being s eootaoustion nf the lines from New York jb Jin'm ARRANGEMENTS KOR 'Ml OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE. 10# Piue ?tr?et, corner of Soath. and the public in general, to the following arrangementa for 1844, foi tlie purpose of bringing oat cabin, 2d cabiu. aud ?teeiage paaaengera, by the Regular Line of Liverpool Packrta, Mil inn tlir 1st,(>th, lub, 16th Jlataud 26tb of every mouth By the Lnudou Paakera, to aail ria New York, the lat, lftlh and 20th?and from London on tlir 7th. I7lhanu 27thofr?ch m- nth. In connection with the above, and for ihr pnrpo?? of affordin* vtill greater facilities to paaaruirrra, the aobacriher haa eatablitheo a regular line oi fret claaa New York built, coppered and e.pper lasteued ahipa, to aail punctually ecery week, throughout the year For the accommodation of peraoua wiahing to remit money to their I uniliea or frieuda, drafts are given, payable at aight, on the follow in* Banka, via :? Provincial Bank of Ireland, iwvable at Cork, Limerick, Cloainel, Londonderry, STigo, Wrvford, Belfaat, Waiertiwd, U-tlway, Armagh, Athlone, Colerain Balliua, Tralee, Yougbal, Kninakillen, Mouagban, Baubridge, Ballymeua, Paraonstnwu, Downpatrick, Cnvau, Lurgau, Omagb, Dungaiinwu, Bandnn, Knnia, Ballyabanno Strabnie, Skihereen, Mallow, Moneymore, Could,ill, Kilruah, Dublin. Scotland?The City Bank of Olaaguw. England?.Meaara. Hpooner, Atwood k Co. Rankera, London; K Mirrphy W.itarloo (load, Liverpool; payable in every town iu (.tivet Britain For further information (if by letter, poat paid,) apply to JOSEPH MeMURKAY. 100 Pineatreet, C? mer of South , N Y. OrMeaara. P. W. BYRNES k CO, * Waterloo Itoad. J!?#ni*re Liverpool. NEW LINE Ok LIVERPOOL PACKETS. To (ail I rota New York on the 26th and Liverpool or i the 11th m* jr A jfib. New ,, Hhip RO8CIU8, Captain John Colliua. Mth Marth. Ship BlBUONS. Captain K. B. Cobb, *lh Aptil. Ship SHERIDAN. Caputs K. A Depeyate*. i?'h May. Ship OaTiHH K, Cant. 0 I. H Tf..aV *m J?u? ma l.ivmrooi.. Ship SHERIDAN, Captain A. Depeyeter, llth March. Snip OAtlllli K, CapUiu B. 1 II. * raak, llth April. Ship ROW'-IirS, Captain John Collina, llth May. Ship BIDDUNH, Captain h. B.Cobb, llth Jnne TW ahipf an all oT lh? lint elaat. of 1000 tnna, buill in IM city i< New York, with much improvement* aa combine grail a|?ed with aouifori for pasaeiiRrra. Every car' haa lir-'n takini in the arraaitaaient of their aeC'iinmodatioua. The price of Paaaaaa heme la $100, lot winch ample atoree will he provided ( beav alupa are commaude I hy eaperiemed mamtiva. who anil make every exertion to give uenrr .1 aatiafiction Neith*r the captaina or owurra of the anipa will he ble for .tuy let" ra, parcela hi pack nfea aeut by them, onlaaa rea.ilar ' ' "1 lading are. antoed therefor For Ireight or paa^'iv, vvp'l to fc. K COLLI Nh at i ll.. 14 Booth at.. New York, or to HI* AVN, SHIPLEY * l O., Liverpool Lettera by lliopact >t?will he h*r?*?l tlx cant* per tinyle aheet ; M ceou l?r pence, an4 newapyperv I emir 'ach. mljn. ir "TTii7i"^A"Ck ?T ealoop Tll;> ?iAH l OLvEK, vliK.a( Kino Hi..t. now laying ?t the frerat of epi,, ? OBS^kNew Yolk. Mie wet huilt hv I homaa Colter, at ..? ,a ?... i? . old ? * ' ,u- - J -- " limit lioup* on the Hudaou fiaer. 8I1 ia re.ilrr-boiiril, and ,, light Hrauii'it of >>at-r. nil ca.rira about 120 tona, ami ia wall a>(ai*?d fo< the freighting or laiaber bnaineaa. For further 1*1. ue glare a, ply to JO04PH AHA I K, 137 Brondwav, New York, Admioiatnitor or the fatal* of Franklin Agate, deceaaed. ml la'eo E NE n: THE N?W LINK OK LIVERPOOL PACKETS. T JfiL JtiL MiL JtBL JBBp jUv 8h> Km1 T??ITfrom Ne^ion^l.t, and fron^iverpool ; mouth. from New York, L'pool. New Ship LIVERPOOL. 1150 ton.,? ?cril *> J*'?: ? J. Eldridgr i A,.nl 2J June 6 N. .hip qU EEN OF T Wi WEST. (It" J 1' ji?L 2 1250 tou? P. WoocffiSuM 1 M.i> 21 Jjly 6 , New Ship ROCHESTER, 150 too.. fc^y J2{ a " 6 John Britton SOct'r 21 DecV 6 Ship HOTTINOUER, 1050 ton.,fech?} ^ ? Ira Buraely, SNuv'r3l Jan y C TIicm .ubatautial, futeailing, firat elm. .hip., all built iu (he city of New York, are commanded by men ol eaperieuce and ability, and will be di.patched puuctaally on the 21.t ol each month. , ..... AT hair cabin, an elegant and commodiotu, and are furni.hed with whatarer can conduce to the can aud comfort of pauen(era. Price of pauage, $100. Neither the captaiu. or owner* of theM .hip. will lie re.pon ibl* lor any paroel. or package, .eut by them, nuiea. regular hill, of lading are .igued therefor. Eur freight or pauage apply to WOOJ/HUEIi It MINTURNS, 87 South .tract, New York, or to KIELDEN, BROTHERS It CO., y ec Liverpool OLD LINE LIVERPOOL PACKETa m m m ^^^^^LD LI^^^^^Tclteta for'^^^^ol will here*lter lie J despatched iu the followinaorder, excepting that when the .ailiin.' 'lay fall, on Sunday, the .hip. will Mil uu the .ueeaed ingday, vir.:? from New V urk. From Liverpool I'ne leAAI BRIDGE, (June 1 July 16 85U ton., t Oct. 1 Nor. 16 W. L. Bar.tow, f Keb. 1 Mar. 16 The ENGLAND, (June 16 Aug. 1 750 ton., \ Oct. 16 Dec. 1 8. Bartlett, Keb. 16 April 1 The OXFORD, i July 1 Aug. 16 800 tone, < Not. 1 Dec. 16 J. Rathboue, March 1 April 16 The MONTEZUMA, {July 16 Sept. 1 1000 ton., < Nov. 16 Jan. 1 A. B. Lowber, March 16 May 1 The EUROPE, Aug. 1 Sept. 16 618 tou., < Dec. 1 Jan. 16 E. O. Furber, r April 1 May 16 The NEW YORK, (new) (Aug. 16 Oct. 1 sdu loin, < lire. ik r ro. i T. B. Cropper,( April 1( June 1 The COLUMBUS, C Sept. I Oct. 16 700 tons, < Jan. 1 Feb. 16 G. A. Cole,(May 1 June 16 The YORKSH RE,(new) i Sept. 16 Not. 1 I960 tuna, < Jan. 16 Mar. I U. G. Bailey,(May 16 July 1 Tlieae ships are not surpassed in point of elegance or comfort in their cabin accommodations, or in their fast sailing qualiti s by any Teasels in the trade. The commanders are well known as inen of character and experience, and the strictest attention will always be paid to promote the comlort and convenience ol passengers. Punctuality, as regards the day of sailing, will be observed as heretofore. The price of passage outward is now fixed at Seventy-Five Dollars, for which ample stores of every desuriptiou will be Kovidedt with the exception of wines and liquors, which will furnished by the stewards, if required. Neither th captaiu or owners of thase ships will bu responsible lor any letters, paresis, or Packages sent by theui unless regular bills of lading are signed thereior. For freight or passage, apply to GOODHUE ?l CO, 64 South st. C. H. MAH8HALL. 38 Burling slip. N. Y. mtf anil of BARING. BROTHERS lit CO.. LYool PASSAGE FHOM GREATBR1TAIN AND IRELAND M. M THE BLACK BALL OfHjLD LINfcM)^^ LIVERPOOL PACKETS. (Sailing from Liverpool on the 7th and I'ith of every month.] Persons wishing to seud to the (lid Country for their frivuils oau make tin* necessary arraugemeuls with the subscribers, and have them come out in this superior Line of Packets, Sailing Irom Liverpool punctually on the 7th and 19th of every month. They will also have a first rate class of American trading ships, sailing every six days, thereby affording weekly communication from that port. One of the firm ( Mr. James D. Roche I is there, to see that they shall be forwarded with care and despatch. Should the imrties agreed for not come out, the money will be returned to those who paid it here, without any reduc tion. The Black Ball, or Old Linn of Liverpool Packets, comprise the following magnificent Ships, vix The OXFORD. Yhe NEW YORK, CAMBRIDGE, COLUMBUS. EUROPE SOUTH AMERICA. ENGLAND NORTH AMKRK!A. With such superior and unequalled arrangements, the subscribers coulideuily look forward for a continuance of that sup poil wmcii una Deeu extended to them to many yeara, lor which thrv are grateful. Those proceeding, or remitting money to their relative, can at all tiinea obtain Drafts ai sight for any amount, drawu direct on the Royal Bank of Ireland, Dublin, alao on Measrs. PRE8COTT, OROTE, AME8 Ik. CO. Bankers, Loudon, which will be paid on drinand at any of the Banks, or their Branches, in all the principal towna throughout England, Irelaud, Scotland and Wales. ROCHE. BROTHERS fc CO. 15 Fnltou atreet New York, neat door to the Kulton Bank. N. B.?The Old Line of Liverinio) Packeta tail from this port for Liverpool on the lit and 19th of each month. Parties returning to the old country will find it to their comfort and advantage to aelect tliia favorite Line for their conveyance, in preference ro aov other tftv ^ Ml NEW YOTtTTSlD HAVrCTaCKETS. Seoond Line?The Sliitv of thia line will hereafter leave New York ou the lit, and Havre on the 16th of each month, aa follows, v i r. From Nr.w yon a Kii?ih Havhi. New Shin ONEIDA, i lit March. I Kith April. Captain < 1st July. < Kith August. Jarnea Fnnck. f lit November, f 16th Dectuiiber. Ship BALTIMORE, C lat April ( 16th May. Captain < 1st August. < 16 th 8epuinbei? Edward Funck. f lat December, f 16th January. Ship UTICA, I lat May. I 16th June. Cajiuin \ lat September < 16th October. kred?rick Hewitt, f lit January. r 16th Fehru'iry, New ship St NICHOLASt lal June C 16th July. Captain < lat October. < 16th November. J- B. Pell, f lat February- t 16th March. The aceommodationi of these ahipa are aol surpassed, combining all that may he required for comfort. The price of ca i.... .. ?inn p...?.. ? i- i.~i ?,;.n ? (joint* with tlir eaception of wine* and I union. Good* intended for these veaaela will be forwarded by tin tub acribera, In* from any other than the ei|ienae? actually incurred on them For freight or paaaagu, apply to BOY!) sTIIInCKKN, Agenta, j?2S ee No.? Tontine Hnililiog. cor Wall mil Water at OLD IssTTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE. 61 SOUTH SlREET, NEW YORK. m m> I'aasa-e can be e image.1 fromLireriunit bv the following ?i>.endid imckw ahiiw comprising the Old Black Ball Lineol Packeu -ailing aa under From Liverpool. The alpp COLUMHU 4, I aptaiu Cole, on the 16th February The atop YORKSHIRE. (new) Bailey, ou ihe 1st Much. The ?h#i CAM BHI IJOe , Cspt B ir.tow, 16th .Vlarch. 'I h ilnp K N'OEAN I). I Bariletl, i?t April. The ab p OXF()Kl), Captain Rvbhone, 18th Apnl. The 'hi,< MONTEZI IMA. Captan Low her let May. The ?hip .UKOP Captain k u.ber 16th May. Th? ahip NEW YORK,' apt iiu Cropper, la' June. In addition to the iibovitip-iior ahipa, the "iibaciiher'a agent-, will have a aucce-aion of tirat cleaa Am- ricau ahi|w 'ieapot lied, la cuatomary, from Liverpool, e? ery four or file daya throug out the year, to the i).ff rent porla in the Uniietl St.tea, h which pa mage can be a cured at reduced ratea. 'I'hoae a tiding for their fr-euda retidi g in Britain ard Ireland, iip,y tvly >h .t every on re will If taken lo mike p ,a< ug-i? a-- c nalortable :J hey can retuouably eape t and anould he aa-engrnot come oui, the paatage money wil be promptly refunded. Oralta can aa aaual I* I'nruiihed p-yab-e in he National an. Provincial Banka of Ireland and branch a; Kaalern H-uk .1 4ennau( and bauch-a; antl on Mraara J. Bill, Sou 8t Co , Banker-, Loudon M vara J. Ban ed k Co., Banker*, Lir. rpool, * hi- h are payable throughout Ktigltiid .ud Walea K? r further paiticu ara apply (if by letter poat pi'd) to JOHN Hr.RDMAN, 61 South a.reel near Wa'l a r.-ct. N. B Paeaage to Liverpool and Lot don can at ill timea d by tli? regular packet alnpi. Bailing for Liv< rpuol ever live Java, and to Lo..dou on the lat, 10th and Wlhof each month on appli- ation aa aiove. J12 ec TAPSCOTT'S GENERAL EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE Jib jjjk m. m ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1844. The auhanribera beg la Call the - ttr. tion of their frieuda and in*- viiiiiii- generally id t*ieir superior ar.n g'mei.u in* o ingii.g out passenger* from. and m* il'irg money to til parts 01 lb 11 it 11*. tl lr-1 nd, Sotlind and Wait* THK NEW LINK OK LIVKUPOOL PACKETS, COMPRISING THE Uf'EKN On THE WEST, I2J0 tout THK SHERIDAN MM toni THE KOCH- VPEH. inoi t'lui, THK GAltRICK, 1000 ion. THK HorrfNOHKR, 1000 tuns. THK KlMCItfH loou tons THK LIVERPOOL, 11 SO Hint. THK SI 0 ONS, low t ot Sa*lin| I'ihii Lit* riKiul twice ever* month, and THK UNITED LINK <IK .IVKWOOL PA< KET8. CtiniHi ed ol tU|ie'ior, ti>at data Am?f.cao packets. sailing from Lit r|Htol I">ur timet n each month, are the ships in which those wlioar pas age may he^uyaved w th theauhtcriben Wi'l ciime out in,and it la a well kifhe n f ct the above named packet* are the moat, magnificent alloal ?nil the lrei^ie.,cy ol th?ir sailing, (being every fire 4am) pr'venta the p*nihility of passengers being none e.sarity de'ai ed at Liverpool. ha gar I eat, n> order to inrvt the want ol the ptihlii and th' wi*hr? of the r friends. M . Win. Tamiscott, one of the firm hai gone to Liver|H>"l In superintend thedrp-yrtur* foi th country of turh persons whose i.iasage may he engage.I with 'he subscribers, a Let, which to those ic.jiinuted with Mr. W. T , i* t sufficient guaraulre ihtl they will r. cei*e eeerv attention from him. ana be quickly and roinlnilably despatched. Stinuin inotr lent lor dec liar comii g the passage money will b" promptly refWndtd, without any deduction?<* usmi'. h*uiiU** remitting money tan he supple d with drain at signs, lor any amount pa' able I'm of itisrouiu or any tfllieI Ciwee, every prinripal town in England, Ireland 9chiisiiu ami Wales /vppiy (it ujr utter, post paid,) to vf * J. T. TaFSCOTT. 43 Peck slip, iven sort?or to par w VI 'I APSCOTT. Liverpool. pa S VGE KilOM DUBLIN, CORK. WATkH iI1K)'I),.D. nEKRV (OLHUIN , BEI.KAST, , jyyij, rwi D oghds, fcc -Perron* wish ng to send lot th. ir Inend can na'e tti m brought out tram any of the ahov ] pOria in fitat. lata Ame ic n Packet -h'ps, nu th' most reasonableterma and without iheireiperieocimj any uniieceasa y de teniloll Mr W. Ta ic> tt. on- ol the firm, will be on the *|*nt to give his p-rsnnal itl-ufion to th passengers engaged bv th- subscriber* or their a.e t? lie *' anil persons insy rely | that the wiehe-, and coinforU of the *e wlnse passage miv be enga ed hy llietn Will h *ve all du-an l proper attention For particulars apply, if by lettrr^styd, to Apsc0TT at thfir (Jpaml Fating? Ofllc#, 43 Peek Hlip. cor. Sonth street, w n???. al?*?, Dra'ta my b? < lit am? I, for lar^a ? r tmall turn*, dfinind t%i'hout ducount or ?ny oth?r rliaif*. tl in# .National or Provi-cia Bmkaof Ireland, or any o* their branch* throughout the Kingdom, fctt W Y ( EW YORK, SUNDAY M< MARSEILLES LINE OF PACKETS. m tit m. The undermentioned ship* will be regularly dispatched from hence an the 1st. and from Marseilles on the 4th or each mouth during the year as folUws Front New kurk. Marseilles, MlNKM.VA.Caui Browu, Dec 1 Feb. 4 TKKSCOTT, <W Myrick, Jan. 1 March 4 H'Rk THOM('SON,Ca|>t.Sylvester, Feb. I. April 5 HKLLK8PONT. Capt Adams, March I. May 4 CORIOLANl'S, Ca|H. Haile, April 1. June 5 Tliey are all Coppered and copper fastened, and have excellent accoiniuodatiinis Tor passengers. The price of cabin passage will be $100, axclosive of wines and |p|uors. lioous addressed to the agents, BOYD k HINCKEN. will be forwarueu Irre of other charges than those actually paid For freight or passage apply to LA WHENCE k rHclLPS. 101 Front street or to BOYD k HINCKKN. Agents, m26r No 9, Tontine Buildings FOR LONDON?Heuular packet?I he splendid packet .Ini HFNDUICK Hl.'DS"N.Capt Moore, JHKwill posit.vely sail on the 20.h of March, hsr regu- i lar day. Her accommodation* for cabin, sec md cabin and steerage | passengers are unari a?ted. Persons wiahian to embark sliouTd mske eirty application t* JOSEPH McMURi. A Y, tnlllolO re I0A Pine street i,f South FOB LIVERPOOL-NEW LINE.-KegTnTr jflVW. Packet of ttth Mar. h.?The splendid packet siiir HHKsllOSi IUS t:*pt John C' llins, of 1000 tons, will mil at above.her regular day. For freight or passage, having accommodations unequalled for splendor or comfort, apply on '<oard, at Orlenus wharf, foot of Wall street, or to K. K. COLLINB k CO. Price of passage. $100. 40 So nth ttr.-et. The packet ship Biddons Capi K B. Cohh of '00(1 tout, rill sucnenl the lluscrua, and aail thek lh April, her regula' P-rssengsi s may rely upon the ships of this line sailing puiic Uvlly as advertised mitre 1'DH LIVKHPOOl The Sew Line R-guUr t.JPM'W Packet Hal March ?The superior New Yo*li built TUktuKmPickei ship HO X'TINOUEK. Ihpt Ira Burs ley,1040 tr ns burthen, will tail at above, her regular day. h or freight or passage, having very superior accommodations, spply to the Captain on heard it west tide Burlmr slio. orto WOODHULL k MINTURN8, 17 South si. The superior packet ship Liverpool, Capt John F.ldridge, 04# tons hurtoer, will succeed the Holtiuguer, and ail on her regnlar dav.Slat A"ril m7io2lrrc OLD bLACK HALLLiNK OF PACKETS? tf%fy I'hit packet ship MON 1' r./UM A, Capt Kaihbonr , { fawil' be ileti'atclied for Liverpool on li e 161 h Mirrh, her 'Vgula' day Those wishing to engage passage will r?quiie to make earl> application in JOHN HERDWAN, 61 Souihst N B ?Passage frera < Bnaiu au 1 Inland can he secured bv the nisi class sli ps <>f lie liue at the lowest ale, a.i! drain can aa usual be furnished lor any mount, pa, able m all the priucip 1 towns, without anv cli in*. 1 h onghout Ores' B.i'ani and Irel-rd, on applrct'on a? ab< se. nil) < *^g? NEW LINK OF PACKETS M?H i. IV s. 1<l'i w )L?P.ickcto^ Jlst Mate!'?The splendid and lhUilL??;i p., .i.?. rrn e > virneu ,... . ... thru, ( apt. Ira Burslsy, Will tail on Thursday, Marco 21st,h- r reqular ilay The (hiin of this line being all IDOO t ons and upwards, persour about t ' rin"ark Tor thr old iinniry will not ful to nrr the adr utages to b'a <1- rmd front selecting ;Kia iliue in preference 10 any tlirr, as tlirir geeit capacity irndrii tlirin ?<rrv wav men* comfortable and convenient than still ? ol a smaller clau, and the.r accommodations it is well know u arI su|>erior to an y others. Those wishing to secure berths sh<ufd not tail to make rsrly application < n hoard, or to W & X T. TAP8C0TT Ueneral Passage Office, inIC toil 43 I'ech slip, corner South atrre'. HLACK BALL, OK OLULINK OFLIVMlaWpfVPOOL PA' KhTB-FOH LIVKKPOUL ?H'k?JmPMBmI ir I'neket f the 16th March.?Th" new tnagiii'-ceiit and celebrated last nailing packet sh'P MONTK/UMA burt on I in t 'ns, (japtain A B Lowbcr, will pnsitiveL sail on Saturday, 16th March, her regal rd-y. It is wnl known that the accommodations of the MONTFZU\i \ for piswngers, ar- litte-1 out i., a inostsu " b uini ier with every mod '"i improve i eii| and, 11st c ii nl<i to tlte comfort i f those esnb riim, who should call and Me this si'leod d s|iecimen ol cava' architecture brloo engagr g in any other reisei. For pussy" cob u, second cabin an ' <Lr iaae apply on board, loot ol Bet-Vniiii si reel, ?r to ih subscribers, U'.'CHK UKO i'llKll-. it1 O , nil rc 35 Fulton street, n-if door lo th FrsUou Bank iJtske PAl kr.T roll IdAVllr. ?c.nd i.iue-fh" tJ3HV?hip BAL'lIMOKK. ti'ward Furck, master, will JRhttftfissml ou the 1st ef April For f e irht or i as<ake apply to llOVIJti IHNi KKN, No. 9 Pontine Building, mttO corner Wall and Wa'er sinei.? PAS SAUK F It ' i M h NI: LAN 1>, IKF/.AND. SCOTLAND ANIt WALKS, VIA LIVF.llPOdL TH K subscriber h is mad- unequalled srre g m-nli. sflHMfV.for bring g out emigrants this year, lilt Those JUmMbreiidiLik lor their friends would do well to apply at '.he ulu established packet office of JOHN H .RDM AN, 61 South st. \ B.?Tha shioa ot this line now imr Liverpool every five 1 lars. and drsfrs ran as usual be fnrnisbml lor any am, uut i ayable at all ih" piiocipal bn king iustilulious throughout tl.e suited k'tigdotn.appl- as abuse. H?Se? dAA" FOIt NF.VV OHLK.Ww? l.ounuii a ai d New sflytj^Vorb I.iii'? Positively lirsl ragular Pack-t to sail 2<>tb jBuMmMach?The fat sailing packrt ship Lot ISVlLt.k Cuuii M. Hunt, will ail as shove, her rsgalaj jvnrI freight or pass as. having hmdaoin' sceoiom datioos, sp' lv mi hoard al Urleau. wharf foot ol Wall .. ? . . " K. kV COLLINS hv(JO.T'M^uth?t | Poaitivaly no Iraight reieiv d alter Tuaada, aiming, >1?- | 191 Mai. Hhi.'imbf t'>i? line may raly opnn having iliair gaoda cor re t'y 11 eatured Ag-iita iu New Orleanv, Hullin It Woodruff, who will pr inplly forward -II gooda to-heiraddrei*. The packet a'-ip Huutaville, (.'apt. I ornelll, will ancceed the Loniavillr, and aail JOth March li'Tregular d<y mISee _____ LUCINA CORDIAL, OR, ELIXIR OF LOVE. POll the a|ierdy and certain cure ul female irregularities im " potency, barn iinvaa, tlunr alhua, incipient cnuiuuii ti-n,, c->natutu>nal deh.litt. whether the rranlt of iniprudrnce.il1 ueia or accident Th-aeiiialiou produced by tliia wotulerfnl medical diicovar ry in Paiia hti In- n nearly equalled by ita introd<ctn n into America. Nweroil leu,ui<>..ial? bare been received fron. thole wlioae cnnatltutiii wai a mer* wreck, but w In. Ii ire been uivigurated I ) tliia incomparab e Cordial. Oihera who Hal mined their health by lh> ir own fully orrittaraw.uice.liave Muud in thi cordi il th - uieaiia of re?ioia> iou, Ite- all olliei m dicvl ai l had be n used in vain. The hiiherto childleai firevide hia nlten b-au re ,J> red happy, and the inhrm. rl e iiiipxai.i md the ilebili ated have again eaulted in the elaalicity and vigui of bygone da faTl e agent of one of tlie interior villagea of New York utatei a ca e, in ehieh by ti e u-e I'two botllei of l.ucina Cordial, e couple after four yearn of bitter diaappoi incut Heeeu.bleu to rejoice over the realiziliuu of the loiideii hopeaof a mtrrii (I life The tgenf f-r the city of A., New York, told a bottle to a ^ent'eina , who h id hern elflicted with a diaeaut of th uretlire I x eleven iear* In a few da. a tie returned and aaiil he li d derived fir tro'e ben-fit from the one bottle toa> from medico r-atin-nt f ir eleven yeara. II* immediately b night ?n bo.tie n -re Our apace f >rbid. u< to nam' the inauv ch.pi tu which e are at ijbe.ty to e--r. The iiuiveraal ailiafiction which hit in-etiinahle Kliair haa giren. not a aingle coinpl int having h en made, ia not uue of the lemt proof* of ita unrivalled x el 'e. c*. Pro e $ I |irr battle Sold at 92 Naaiao at, New York;9h North ''ivtli atreet, Phili lelplii ; Smith ?. Koivle, 139 Waihiug-on atreet, Boaton. fe27 I in ' *n N I B L O ' S'jimn y,ind sked b j. tsh m en t AKKIV'ALrt OF FRKSH SKKD8. enw 'I IIK Mil Bat-Ill II . II. in acknonl dtiug the libera KM* at-linage ec?iv- il bv hiin thia ?ea?on. for which he i. adtwu v?r fui, ow h'g to inf irrn tii? pat'ona and thepun ill t the . vt'fiaiv. in nti I. r tl>? ai> . o h.??., ? iwhih we * m id*1 by hims"lf *hen in f u?ope > st winter, with (rent ca r, tnuemi'ted ati-ut on, arid wihou' any reg-ird toe* jieuse ha*e just heen c .mpietfd hy t e reoeut arrival* of th s . veml i a he: *Ihi?* Ir??.n Lo.dnn mhI Harr lli"n.o'k / ill he f u iid to cnnt/iu superb v*ri? tic* of new I nuual, biennial and ?*r*uiii it Kowr Mi, mmy<f which ire ve y rare, mu will be louiid well wo thy the atient.iou of II lover of K Ion Vegetnbl nd Held S^-ed* have al*o been imported, of thou* h i "dh only which are d sinhle t l?e obtained it a foreign m i Uet. ofh rsort*. for winch the Ain^r Can . ro.ln tions are m r? elehraied.hive been crowu r?y men i f ei erienre aid integrit' for this establishment only all of whi h a? b * wt> ictly relpr upon iis lv i"g genuine, tud in 'act, *re warr i ife I I he Proprietor would ?U ?b v tocil' publ c attention to th ctrhoi iii #r II fin de%ii* from fhi. esta' lnh-Tieit sh uh ear a g<mdni cAarcclr* h ? ?i ?i ?n I u da(pr cm "V hi , i e |?H't11 . Mr I) m' y) tO h" hi itplblifi on"P" without aJiy i esvrve bv Mr \V II. Franklin, *t lu? rooms i? liioad surrec o.i the 27tu D c last, and h * can with coutidmc rniert here is uot t worthless seed in the whole stock imw <) h Mid Doable D hliis?An eitensive collection of tf e*e learrilu! flowering Koois hue also been imparted from the mo?t m ? f ?ro ^ers, an ' are hul^s of the mast choice Prize Howr Kiiibited io Fngland dur mr the t-st two y ars 1 h y are uov oner , rop'gition aiu d es?.abli?lod plants warranted tru to nam* wjdti teidy for Mkia dit acaaon. < ulnfin ?"i 'liniiiw a full de cr -plum of each far rt .teeether with ii tru ti ns for their (Culture, will be publi h-d at aneirlv irood. A large collection of line healthy plants in Flowtr,are in th 'onservalovies, which will be I'ooud desirable omatnents (or he Pari ?r, Utc Hon ,u-tn. dashers and Va*es of Ho wers, can h* rrocured ?n the sliorfst no ce nit ?i in a neat hot elegirf atvle. Fruir tnd Orna ueut <1 1 rets, Shrubs, hardy Rose* lie. in g'ea* variety. Untbons Flowering floota viz : Oladiolns, Metican Tire, Flower. I if r Lily, Jacobean Lily, 'luberose 6lc kc., lor ; liriti? g ear y in rtjyii g f n r lower -Mauuv v mry i \rn ? otia i* I wer V ao* ana nn, )f ifw &n i liinilm'nf (4fiii(ns (io d Fi h, Kith Globes, lie \ larK?&'i)riinriit(f Gsrdt-ni.>K Tools, lloni ultural anil Agro oltural B ..nks, ^c on ?mi rhe shorn *re no < ff- red for sale at LOW PRICKS, having Met) inir thnsed | ?r c .th, onadv nta*e??a? t-rim f he r? ircl ^nnu ilCstal' fne is now in co.ineof , indication tod will be ready to- dei.eiy (gratis# early in the eosuin* .re k. Ord rt a'fnded lo with promptness, an ' thsnk fully recetr -d WILLI AM NIBLO, Hole Piourietor 576 Broadway Wo coupe 11 n w iill , other establishment. f20 n?rr SEEDS OF EVERY KIND JUST RECEIVED BV THE PACKK.TH QIJKBEC AND MKNDHD'K HUDSON. DUN LAP Ac CAR MAN TAKK this oii|Hirtiwity of returning their thanks to aKvI their f ien?'s and the j ublic, for the liberal patronage b stow d n|ion them since opening thei. new He- d Btnn old Co ervalory. Th. y hare j.1 ?r rec i\ed an add tional suply of ill the best known varieii a of Gitiud, Biennis . a*ul f'erei.nial Flow er Reeds, Veg fable Seeds of a'I kit. it, ??rn?s eeds of ihe be t kids. S ring Wheat, PoUfo Oats Ash Leaved and other early P-tit'-eg, all in prune order. Kvotics of evry description, * i-ttble for pari ? r green hour** culture; Bouquets, ?omp?.*ed of th- m >st ' hoice and ejicat' flowers, for "ridel or "ther festive parties; Bi ds ac<) Bird ' >i<es, Gold Fish end (llolf.:, fircv Klno'i Vases ami Stan Is. of * *r?o j? i? >tterns, with o her faa?.y aiti* I %, ill if w iirh wol b" sol I on the I we.t term* fney beg le v ro inform th i* fro* ?ds unl the public, ?hst th"> havr not an old v cd . f any k.iid ?n the slo e, *ud h r#? sp-red either piius nor ripens- to procure toe h??; t seed* i.f (hf last n m n's ."owi'i, fr mtl?em *t e*j?ecta le houses in th s 3 nH Vurnpe ill of w ho h w ill 11 warrant*!. ' et?l gu*s wi I h* re\dy tor ii trihii lonearly fliee- suing week All t ?s-iu w 1 t will pl ate ail and e amine f?u themselves before piirch uin* eKew **e. Knvlish Split P? as, Gum- I aid Kmndeo Goat fir k u?d, fruit n domain n't" Tre sof I' kind* Gnpe ad fl .w ?nr ti. h-nn fun nltnr*, me. Ki- , *l>?? on '<? ,1 ,,i n.ti-w < omrrmt iry %n I Hr#il Htor*. OS Bnwdwiy Now Yurfc. S?ter*l pntcuenl (iardrnnrt w?..iin* ituatinna, u tfMKa. _ M I in m re I Hi N I I-.H-. (/OR HALE.?Tw* fnaala o( Trr?, MmH.a kid No. panel. itohSr,e h*" *~4,b*w#w v*,k ",r?u )RK ] 1 - )RNIN?, MARCH 17, 184 O'CONFELL'S SPEECH * AT THJi IRISH STATE TRIALS. (CONHNCID.) Mr. O'Connri.'., having road these extracts, continued?Ar?* you, gentlemen, prepared to suy that your countryman are no; qualified to exorcise the elective frunchuw 1 Arc vou prepared to suy that they are unfit to he represented! I atn sure you are not l am initiating that the union is a mockery; that it is not a union, hut a servitude, on the part of Ireland; that it is a compact entered into by Kngland for the purpose of holding greater power over us; of thwarting our prosperity for their own advantage, and ot converting tne property o( Ireland to their own uses. Anpiher complaint has bpen made, and justly made, of the inadequacy of the representation of Ireland. Ireland, as you are aware, has only 106 members in the House ol Commons, and 1 tun prepared to show that upon Lord Castleresgh's own calculations we ought to have ISO tnembfrj at least The want of legislative protection .s sufficiently demonstrated in the ruin of our trade?in the downfall of all war commercial prosperity Lord Castlereagh, in making his en Iciif.i 11 mift >1S In rile number nf re..retent .ti?.'..s to which Ireli'.yJ was entitled, used tlie-e ingredients?population, exports. import-sand revenue: and he willed it tlicit Ireland should have 10H members; and with that 10H what did he do? Whv, he he cut nfflhe Hbecause it pleased him, and because Ireland was in his power. He commuted that injustice knowing it to be one. Mr. Newenhinn eorrecterl many of Lord Castlereagh's statements, and showed tnat his calculations in reference to the proportion of revenue were fallacies. Mr. Newenhani took rental tn making Ins c alculations If you lock to the finance report ot 1881, you will see that the revenue of England was ?4tj,325,215, and the revenue of Ireland j?(),(KX),(XX), and upon that calcalation die proportion of members Ireland ought to have is 17t> 'I bus it is demonstrated that Ireland has been defrauded in het franchise?defrauded ,n her representation?defrauded even in the details of Iter finances, and defrauded in every one of the details ot the union. There is manifest inconvenience ami injury inflicted by the union as it stands Is it not inconvenience to have a dts- j taut legislatute? Is that not a|great'iuconvenience to commercial pursuits, to agricultural prosperity, and to manufacturing purposes? Is there a single trade that does not sutler from distant legislation ? Not one. 1 have many particulars of the state of the different trades in Hublin, showing how they have been affected by the total neglect of the Lnghsli parliament. I will take the coal trade tor example. The learned gentleman then read reports of the committee of the Commercial Buildings, in reference to the oppressive nature of the coal duty, and continued to say:?For eight years the titer?honfo ..I llllljjll una hi Iruln..,t .........I-,..U.I ..? burdan. The lories were in office?ihe wliigs succeeded?tlie violation of the union was palpable. The merchants had no redret?8 from the wings nor fiom the tories. At length, the agitation for repeal took nlace?the di.-cnb.-ion coining on, the law was repealed by the wings lie asked them was it not inconvenient and unnecessarily expensive, that no private bill respecting any property, railway or otherwise, could be passed without the enormous loss of time and money consequent upon going loLondon to attend a parliaments y committee? What had happened in their very neighborhood ! No less a sum than twenty-eight thousand nounds had been expended on the bill fur the I 'lihlin and Drogheda Railway: whereas if Ihe parliament were in College-green, JiltXH) is as much 11s would have been expended; and 1 defy any 111.111 10 think of carrying a bill in the British House of Commons without some unhopedfor accession of funds if any opposition; we re offered. Can anything be more fearful than the expense attendant on election committees 1 hivery witness, if an Irish election !?. ilw nviPBftOTft nl iinM. in fulron tn Rmrlun/4 anrl kept there for a considerable time. If tTie witness is let to go for an hour, and new matter is started, the point probably will be decided in Ins absence, and yon will lose your money and possibly youi seat Would it not he jus, to the Irish bar, that these expenses should be circulated amongst them, while the fact is, not a single Irish lawyer profits by the in itter?every shilling goes into the pockets >f English barristers. Are you not aware that a considerable mitigation of the taxation of the country resulted from the different revenue, boards existing in Ireland! Are they here now! What lias become of thr treasury board! It has been transplanted to Knyland. The custoinH and board of excise! Transplanted to England. The statin olfice and other offices, which have been greatly diminished in numbers, and are near extinction.? flic entire expenditure which mitigated the taxation of Ireland Inn been all centered in England? even the Old Man's Hospital is expiring. 1 ask you is it fair or reasonable to the country to have centralization operating against us and in favor of England! Mr. O'Connell read returns to show that an unfair proportion of Englishmen and Scotchmen have been appointed to situations in Ireland ovei lie heads ot Irishmen, and that the exports and imports to and from Ireland had diminished since the union. Recollect, gentlemen, added Mr. O'Connell, the infinite difference between 'he export of live cattle and provisions When you have provisions, you not only employ labor, but you liavifood at a cheat) rate; while, on the other hand,the laborers are idle and food dear; so !>v the one trade Ireland showed Iter prosperity, and by the other Iter lK?verty. The celebrated br. Hoyton, in 1833, shows us the advantage ol a close research upon those subjects. [ I'ue learned gentleman then read nine extracts front a work published about ten years back by l r. linyton, to show the diminution in the excoriation ot flax-seed, silk, cotton, Arc., >n which lie also mentioned that the Liberties ol Dublin had degenerated front being inhabited In opulent merchants into habitations of the greatest wretchedness 1 I have before me a melancholy detail of the different tradesmen employed at lie imnn and at this moment. Mr. O'thmnell then rend a document to show the number of loom-' vorkiug, and workmen employed in tin- Liberty, which had decreased to a great extent, and proteeded to say?There is no trade of which I could not r- ad you similar lists, showing the decrease o| mploytn'mt, and of master manufacturers wh were reduced to poverty, together with their families, hy the union. Sixty-eight thousand tradeslien were fully employed in Dublin before the union, and there were not more than font thousand ill it at that moment, and lliey had not always -iiniigh to do. 1 know those statements to be literally correct, for I have made enquiries into tin state ol the Liberty, and npon tin- IMbli of January t was described to he in ruins. At the time of the union (here were nineiy-four nia-i< r iii-tnutaciurrrs residing in it?and seventy-eight silk manufacturers alone, and how few were in it then. House properly had fallen to a most melancholy pitch, for in the best and most fa-lnonahle streets hi Dublin the 'he finest house could he purchased tor a very in onsiderable sum. There was Lord I'owerscourt's louse in William street?what was it at the union, and what was it then J It was inhabited by his ordship at the union, but since then n became a stamp office, and was latterly the warehouse of re -,ui-11?i' impou 111 ri ii.una w mil was iMoiruhouse 1 Tin- Mendicity ' Where was Helvidere hnuKi which cost XH.OH) to t>uiWI 1 It hii.4 passed into tho h.ind:i ot ii tew Jesuits wiio keep ,i school, lor JC1I00? in i an* I low things to meet us evrrv itour without nuking some effort for the restoration ot tin* country It is not the wunt ol materials prevents ni' going further into thisdetail, tint there h no necessity tor it: lor von imii nee yourselves, geiitletneti, these in unions where wealth hiiiI spleu dor loruierly resided, uud was concentrated, ruined old neglected ; and the question is, will you en Uravor to interpose hetween those who are strug {ling to in ike a change in this state of nflniml I i.ive now gone through the documents to show you the prosiiertty that existed in Ireland before the anion?the advantages tint she derived fr in her pirliainent, and the violence of the means by vhich it was taken from her?of its injustice and inequality: and I now ask yon?I appeal to yon? whether f have not presented a picture which would make it the duty ot every honest man to rally with lite to remedy those evils by a restoration of ibai parliament. You bare now distinctly my <>blects, and the objects of the men who are combined vi'ifli 111., fit 4 11 tf .1 I f) :l rt'itc I I wlll/'li lu/nir n/on.l i... t hut tint we are hi a guilty combination we deny wiih acorn. We want to restore to Ireland the nulhorityand prerogative of the Queen in the creation ol the peerage-to the Irish p-era their proper and hereditary judicial authority, and to the representation ?>l Hie people the right of rii tkIri^ their own laws. You have a right to ask me the mole of obtaining this tneasurt?you have a rii<lit t r n-k me, and I will answer it One ot our mode* is not to use sectarian means in lookine for a re,**al; and while upon this subject, I Wish to call your attention to what has already occurred on the >art of those who labored with me. We never sought to sacrifice our country for any sect or parly ?on the contrary, there cannot he more strong proof of anything than our utter abhorrence of such mean*, or <>l those who profess such to he their o!> iect. I he Human Catholics of Dublin held a publie meeting in Francis street, on the Uth April, 1796, II* . I # EIERi [4. when they declared, that feeling sincerely attached to their native country, to it* rights and liberties, ?o fatal did they consider the Union between Ureal Britain ami lrejand to be, that they were determined to resist it to the utmost, even though their own emancipation was offered to them as a compromise. That was the way in which the Roman Catholics of Ireland met the question of the union in 1795 Mr O'Connell tljifn read a passag from the first speech he ever made in public. It was delivered ^n the 1:1th of January, 1*09. and renresented the o|aruons ul '9e Catholics <?t Ireland tnen to be so hostile to the uuiun, that it they were ottered the alternative of the union or the re-enactment ot the penal code, with all its horrors, they would prefer the latter; and even if emancipation were offered to them for their consent to the union, teey would reject it with scorn and indignation. Thst (continued Mr. O'Connell) was my first political speech These were the sentiments of myself and the Catholics of Ireland,with reference to the uniuii. We then made that oiler ?it might have been taken up for there was at that time a very strong party in tins country opposed, to the assertion of the privileges of Roman Catholics. I then declared, us I do now declare, that 1 would prefer the enactment of the penal code, with all its black horrors, than have the union: and that 1 would throw myself upon the consideration and justice of the IV te-t.ints ot Ireland tuher public meetings have been held at which similar opinions were expressed by Roman Catholics; hut I will not distress you by reading anything like the entire ot the speeches. I will merely read the concluding passage of one of my own speeches, when Mr.Percival was Prime Minister. (Mr. O'Connell then reuu tue passage wnicn expresses a conviciion tliat it would be preferable to abundon tin- question ot' (Ionian Catholic emancipation altogether than even delay the repeal of the act id' union )? Why then should we be charged with sectarianism! Is that sectarianism! (.lentli-men of the jury, you cannot hut be all aware that} the case of the Protestant Dissenters of England was warmly advocated by me?that I presented a petition is their favor, signed by 2ft,(HH) Roman Catholics, and adopted at an aggregate meeting of Human Catholics.? That petition was not on the table ot the House of Commons six weeks when the Protevtunt Dissenters of England were emancipated. I scorn, therefore, and treat with the most sovereign contempt and indifference the idea of sectarianism. Throughout the entire mass of the voluminous evidence presented to you, has there been one word of sectarianism, or any thing like it? 1 made more speeches than any other man alive, and |I have been more abused than any other ruau on earth ? yet there is one calumny has never been flung upon me, that one (and it is the only one) is bigotry of any sort. Religious bigotry against mv fellow Christians 1 have never been accused of, and why have my calumniators spared me upon that subject! Because tliey.kncw the utter folly of attempting to make such a 4>arge, as there never was the most trivial shadow of pretext for it. Sectarianism, I again say, is out ot the question; it, therefore, could not have been, nor is it even pretended to he alleged us our motive. 1 need not remind you thut 1 who possessed the confidence ot the Irish people maintained it with the full and oft repeated declaration that all should he peaceable, and that one single act?one isolated act of violence of any sort?would detach me front the further citation ot repeal. Has any violence proceeded from mel It him been said tliat.l have made violent speeches; if 1 have, would it not lie hut fair to allow me the opportunity ol showing how far these speeches were accurate or inaccurate, or what was explanatory or mitigatory, and not reserve them for so remote period as this is from the time some of th**iii have iieeu delivered. I!ut no, there has been no violence on our side; if there has been any violence, it is entirely upon the part of our opponents. 1 will now rena you an article which appeared on the 2d of August, 1K41, in an Knghsh paper-? Cheltenham Chronicle?which circulates very generally through Hath and Bristol, Shrewsbury, and the other great towns in the south and west ot Knaiarid among ihe higher classes (The learned gentleman then read the article, which, alter describing the condition of Ireland, went on to say that the people were a wild, savage, uncivilised race, the sfavps of O'Connell?that every Irish priest should he exiled for life (ianglitei) and not permitted to return to Ireland on penalty of death; and .that-those who harboured them should he visited with transportation.) Then we have been charged with this newspaper conspiracy. Why, there is no other offence inore capable, ol being punished than an offence committed through the medium of n newspaper The newspaper proprietors are registered at the stamp-office, and why -lioiild the Attorney General, with all his facilities for prosecuting libels, require a supervision ?>l th< press Irom others T A number of articles, somen prose and others in poetry, have been read to yoi from the Notion; other articles, all in prose, havi been read from the Pilot In no one instance ha. either paper copied the article of the other. Il there were combination would that have been tin easel If these papers were carefully looked over, noil, tiny were influenced by professional jealous} ?that there was discordance hihI not c..ncordanei ?.ind that there was not one particle ot anything like that combination of ntirirl necessarily iiii|ihei in conspiracy. 1 now wish to say one word on the subject of the arbitration courts 1 need not tell vou that there are no oaths in these courts, and ihat there could be none. I do not know whether it strikes von that this was an advantage in thesr courts. I presume you participate in the horror with which 1 have viewed the flippant profanation with which oaths are administered in the several lepartments of the state, mid tit it as Christian men you desire tliey should he less frequent, lit oinyear alone, in 1832, no less than one hundred and seventy-two thousand oaths were administered ii the customs, and one hundred and fifty-eight thousand were administered in the excise department This was an unnecessary profanation Lord Nugent asked me, 1 recollect, to assist him in bringing in a hill substituting m all such case declarations for oaths, 1 did assist him, and the lull s now the law ot the land. 1 would extend niprinciple liirth?r, and apply it to cases of property. You e in place no v.ilu? on the oath ot a man who would left you an uiiiriuli upon his solemn word -An oath cannot lie hiuding on it man of that deeriplion When the time is ripe?and I trust it c fast coming?I hope to see, as in the case of the Quakers, the declaration o| every Christian taken in all mutters; and if in this we only imitate what is already done by religious communities, do not describe us as conspirators because we act hi a similar wav Well ir ntlemen. I come now to tie means t>y which we are to achieve repeal. 1 will not repeat the proofs of the pacific nature of tfu meetings which were held It lias however, (wee - lid that these meetings were unnecessary, and in ompeteiit to tlic attainment of the objeet avowed VVhy,our ohteet could no' lie carried until we fir-' demonstrated that the people of Ireland were in ttlavoiir. ' rraltan aaul that our object was not feasible unless we were liacked by the Irish people I admit that it would not tie right of the English Ministry to concede r- peal unless we are hacked by the Irish people We have by those meetings lemoiistrated that the Irish peopfe are for repeal We never'ceeed without a |>erteet enunciation of tile voice of the Irish people The Voice of the Irish nation has declared in favour of re|iea uid it only remain* for the peaceful organization of each locality to ensure *ucce-s I* not thi necessary ? Why. I was told when I brought for vard the motion tor repeal in pirliainrnt tint tin people of Ireland were not lor it Oil ill it ore Isio only one English member voted for it?no .Scotch member supported h It was, therefore, nert sary to convince the people of England that th? lush people demanded this ch nige. Well, it tie. uig conceded that these meetings were iieacenhlMi their origin and conduct, what, let me ask. hue the crown read tor yon as evidence of the mode in which repeal i* to he carried 1 The first te?ti mony read fir that purpose waH the regulations o| tile Kepeal Association Those rule* held out the means for looking tor repeal in the manner prescribed, with the expression of their full fidelity and tlleginnce, and it was by p^uceful and meanfbey looked for repeal, and no other. Under ilio-i eircumstnnees yofl have the eomhinntion that comebefore you called a conspiracy. Well, in order, however, to carry it futtlier, the counsel for ih< crown have read another document. It is the re Olistruction of tile Holts' ol' ('ominous "llio re ip-wod action ot the Iri.?h I'.itli unrni " There are two report*?one of ill,- I nil \f,,v, IHf.'f rh<- Iitln-I I the 221 Augu.-t, 1813. Now, iiiv lord'', thi evidence i* produced against n- on l#<*h.ilt ?? tJ?? crown. It m rvidcncr brought forward t<> prove h connpiracy. (It'litbmfi!, it ha* hren an in to vim h-fore, lint it ia my duiv m re|ient tin- l?irl o| it agon. Alter giving tri?* real" of tfi< |mi|> ulntiori of I r<* 14 ii -1 for tin- r'-turn ol iru-mliem to th new Iriah Parliament, taken Ironi prrviou* c ilcu lation, Mr. < I'Onnnell then iirorreded to r,-n,l extract* from thi- firm of the above-named pamphlet*, which Mated that fin- nnnner in which r,-p- alcrs proposed to carry out their plan wa* to hav,- nn net i'or th" repeal of th" union pi**ed into a law hv Ununited parliament in ii* full force ; and that they believed there wa* no constitutional difficulty in the way of the measure. Mr. O'Connell then pro * ) | 1 % Li). * Tw? CMU. ceeded?Those documents have been n-ad by ihe crown, and I am entitled to the full force ot the evidence read by the crown ; they have no right to come down upon nic and say?"We will take an much of it as we please, and we will reject the rest " They have the power to take the entire of it if they pleased,for reject the entire of Jt; but 1 am entitled to the benefit, il it be nuces.-ary, of the whole of it. The learned gentleman then read extracts from the second pamphlet, entitled, "PIhii for the renewed action of the Irish House of Cominous, statins that requiem recognize and acknowledge the nglit of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, iter heirs and successors, to nil the rights and piivileges inherent in the crown ot belaud?that they would bear most fuithtul allegiance to Iter Majesty, her i heirs and surf.* oo , and they acknowledged they would maintain all hereditary privileges of tlie I peers of Ireland is before." This, gentlemen, is I the evidence tor the prosecution?this the evidence to prove a conspiracy and illegal means and objects. Gentlemen of the |ury, we did not call for this | evidence, though J admit that it contains an adI durable defence for us; hut it a* produced by the i Attorney General, and on ilmt he calls on you to i find us guilty There is the plan of the repeal, and what faults do you find with ill It discusses, and I I insist on ttty right to discu-s, the great constitutional question us to the competencv id the Irish ' pai liajji^pt to 'e ss the art of union Thai ipieniou j was discussed before the union was thought of, if !l may so speak. In "Locke on Government, a I treatise written to prove that William was thu i lawful monarch, hv reason of the occurrences I which luil taken |>lacc, a book which at the time ' of the union was a class bock in Trinity College, although since withdrawn from the course?but still a book of authority and one of the instruments by which the revolution of 1088 was justified?it revolution which no one admires inure than 1 do? in that work a passage occurs to which 1 demand your serious attention. Mr O'Connell read the i?Hssage iu wlucli it is laid down that pariuurient had the power ol making laws, luit not legislatures, and that it could not delegate that power to others He ul o re ml an extract from Mr. Sauna's speech, delivered on the 15th March, 1800, in which gentleman ukm rtcd that the union would be a nullity, if forced on the Irish people against their will; and another passage in a subsequent speech in which Mr. Sauriu gave it us his opinion, that although they might make the union binding us a law, they could not make it obligatory on conscience, and resistance to it in the abstract would become a dutv.) " Mr Saunn," continued Mr. O'Connell, "did not mean by the term resistance, other lhan we mean?that is residence, by means peaceable and legal, but adequate to our purpose." Mr. O'Connell then read un extract from Lord Plunket's speech against the union," in which that iioblemitn denied the competence of the Irish parliament to pass the act of union, and although they might extinguish themselves, they could not obliterate the parliament?as well might the frantic suicide hope that the same act which destroyed his miserable body would extinguish his immortal soul. My lords, 1 insist on (he truth ol that constitutional doctrine. 1 take the qualification that has been laid down by Mr. Saurin that the act is binding as a law, while it continues to have form and shape, but it is not binding on conscience, on principle, or on right. It has been said that I pronounced the acts passed since the union to be void. 1 did not say so, for they arc only voidable, and give me the repeal of the union, and we will soon come to terms about the emancipation act. I may be wrong in my positngi, but 1 have a right lo argue mrM" tjiifguoiiti?rvf.*ry 111*11 iiiiA u i ikiii 10 urguc ihcin. Gentlemen ol the jury, the point arose in 17H2, and the Irish parliament then declared that no power on earth could hind the Irish people, but the kins, lords, find commons ol fTet^id, and an act was passed to that effect. The consequence of that was to do away with all the laws iu reference to Ireland made in England Hut they went even further, and passed laws w hich deranged the whole property of the country. That state of things whh not permitted to exist tin hour ; for Chict Haron Yelverton brought in a hill which provided that all laws passed by the British Parliament, whether w ith regard to Ireland or any parted the United Kingdom, slraitld apply equally to both countries. It lias also (said Mr O'Corinejl) been said that this was inconsistent with allegiance. 1 deny it. If thj- authority extstsia the Queen it can he exercised by tile responsible minister; and shall I be told that in a country where Richard the Second was dethroned by Parliament?where II ichard the Third was dethroned by Parliament, and Henry the Seventh set up in his place?in a countiy where the royal succession was altered by Henry VIII. shall 1 be told there is aiw thing illegal in disclosing and m a pressing these questional There nitfy b*%rror, hut ? , there cannot be crime in di-cussing them oja-nlv. i You have Satirin, and Plunket, and Locke in his theories confirming them You have Lord Grev giving his opinion in favor of them. You I have these principles announced, and these doctrines Iw-lil forth, by the high authorities I have, named. Even the Attorney General, did not. give to the subject the importance I have done, ind I have only given it w? iglit because I think it is a principle we have a light to canvass.? I sun now nearly drawing to it close : but 1 must first go back to the evils ol the union, and show she necessity ol every man exerting himself to obisiin re|>eal I ask you, first, would it not cure the Hideous evil ol absenteeism '! A very talented gentlemen, Mr. Hayes, ol I'ork, has calculated that nine millions surplus revenue passes out of this country every year The railway commissioners reduce it to six millions I take the reduced tniount, and 1 a.-k, tl ever any country suflered so much as this Irom the drain consequent upon thsenlecism 1 We don't want Kuglish capital ; give us our own six millions, we want no more, we have enough for our own urposes if it is only allowed to r< main with us. The surplus revenue, gentlemen, is am ilierrxhaus.ion of the resources ol Ireland. It amounts in nine years to iwo millions Last year I think it vns so,low ns JLITOO,(NM>; but whether one amount or the oilier, it is drained out ol this country never to return Again the woods and lorestsdepartmeni foi ?74,mWii veai hi iput lentsnsd crown retiis out i Ireland How his that been spent (or the last ten years ? Why in making the Thames tunro I and heaiitifving ftalalg ir-oiuare We want an additional bridge here, and why should we not have that ?71,0011 to erect it? Have we not as good a right to it a* the citizens of London ? II we liad ttn Irish parliHihent sitting, woultl we permit these crmMnneil drains'? No; mill,! gentlemen, will vou give your consent?your votes I w ill say?to the ending over of all tins money to ornament Tralalir siptare? or will you raise your voice <>n behalf of those who lion sily contend that itcland should have the betn lit ol her own resources? There re other evils contingent with this drain tt|>on ur country I heard in I'arjiamsnt quoted front a work by Mr Voting, a political economist, who I ravelled through Ireland in 1778, and who, m writnir on lln- mil, i el ol the liu rsuvr of ilio i.iai 11L1 w.n i hierved thai nil the children grew up to he men ml women, and lie accounted for that hy their i.ever hiding to have n beliy lull of potatoes. U ,is the cn-e now 1 Unit not the ronrjition o( the j.eojile >iiid ot tin; country declined and could they now get a he||y lull ( f Are jo u not afIright' d at, and your country degraded hv, |? nolieiil f.unine, eix or eight ol Which have occurred nice the union 1 Uuaniitic* ?.| provi tone were Jt|M>ried to fcnglaniT at the very mouieiii the p. ople h-re were expiring from huiiuie The hiemry i dialreaa hi die report ol the Poor Caw omniia-lonera wan appalling ; and the Population ComniiMMonera report which ha* itiet come out exhibit* the evil hi an aggravated nloipe. The gentleman who framed it Captain Larcoiri, Mate* that thirty p-T cent, of the population <>l the niiea and towna in Ireland are in a ntate of the timet abject poverty, and that aeventy per cent, of the agricultural population are in u like condition. Whera ih he hellv full of iKitatoea now, and where lithe advantage of the union when -ueh a thinga ia hi exialencr ? And are tlieae grievance* to rein. linl Are we who -eek a remedy for them to he hunted out of society a* conspirators, and thoeo .iniling andcxulfirig in the honora of office to b? -upported. praised, and ?u?tainert, while the friendn of the poor, thoac who desired that they should re.. II' Il'.f ullliu litirl I h f inrlnat r?? clioiiN V*.. rewarded, are differently treated. I speak not of i:i?*ir being charitable Hnd humane?but I take up > public priucii.le, and I itxk wheliter those who k to i< lirve the i norriutv of distress m,. to be iroseeuted or persecuted! Wo arc looking out for tin" means ol relieving the distress ol which our country complain* VVp have all the natural resources tor prosperity. Kxaininr our island?it is one of the fertile*! upon the fare of the globe ? I'liere i* no country in the world watch i? ao well circumstanced, possessing so many harbor* and ex llent < -tuarie* It isan historical fact, hsoM asthe time of Tacitus, that the Irish harbor*are better than those ol Kngland?her Waters carry vessels of ftttf tons burthen into the very centre ol Ireland?tho i-land is indented at every -ide hv havens which ire secure from every wind that blows during the twenty-lour hours. No country has such waterpower a* Ireland the machinery of the world might be turned by it; and, oh' what a difference there, is between machinery and ninuufacturescar

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