Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 4, 1844, Page 3

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-4 !? ctiuily invited to attend the funeral, this afleruoou at 4 o'clock, from lft Anthony itrcet. In Buenos Ay res, Match 'J, of inflammation of the bow'*1k, Mr John B Houi.and, oi Boston, aged 'J9. I On the I J.h January, on board barque Mount Wollaston, en her pan age from Salt in to lliver of Plate, Mr Oko. jj. Lamb *Jd otticer, of Halem. PaMMugcn Arrive *1. LivtHpoei.?V'acVtt Bnjhad-R J Oatrh*!. jr|fca I) Mvi:h-I. W J 0..\ ft- K Marshall, T K-lly V Kcllioi.aad W Hry???281 in tbe 9tf"*ftKf. V'k^I'iii /,-U.i huh Ann L uisa? June'* N Phoolt-r*<!, Mr Sli olbrt-d, Jane Shoolbred, W < Sh.mlbred of Ktiahud; Mhe Laura fc'nruachou, ft u* L'?cilia Korn?e cu. Hwitz rU.nl; Mis* Josephine Compaanin. ^rai*; IVter Fronrrio, \ Kroccoso, A iU 'i^wlet, Mexico; ['H Rrjnii, I, Kubl*. VenCru*: Tlur*' u '1 H Oilier, K Lojirreie.W 'vlcrrr, U Mutes; J ife Bartojo, S If.il v I I .anils'* i iu:-l .1 M tvL. K**r['2, j M YVipgerta, Pruai a; j l lart, four Clark, I I Tie, Krii'and. Kin Jnnmi-Shin Chs? i arrr.ll? B H Skinner, BoaioBM 4Tam.1i-Brig Ohio?C (J Kdifcwnrth. " ir?l?ii : in nnrtatlona l,l\ i !li*doi ? Ship Kt -.gland? (lt"poried io u "l ! ? fill li inoers 21 h buslie's cuitat e? 40 'ons cual C H Mrrana'l?I pkg 11 I'atjick 1st 0?3 K S -mil n St ciu-1 S llaakeil ?I A A u i ?I V { ' Lu u er? '48bv?22 brfla iron Lrofc. Mcbtwrn !* - II- PI li.lla t el K YV Prnsli'rt ??2 phi;/nulls ?t ^cutt-? K 'i 8i.ii|nou?1 (i St 1 l.surie-4 Uriunrll. Minium St Co?3 I) Oakcy St son ? I i : \ St O K K.r?r?on?S 1,'ameco.i St brand?4 J 1, 1(1 . s?33 llichsrdson kt YVats. u-l.J Ha| Intel St c<??1 Mid mi in* J 14 liiumn?I iilic C Kvr?4 Praho 'y. Kim Si co-4 J Mni-y ?i , ,,,_i| LilMr St Pei-riiiu?4 L A'irrbury?2 W Watts? 7 Neviut St co?14 Paton St Htewart?47 U Bvtril?I D Haild u St ion-1 J k lciii tT?1 M Backs 19 J Gilinn?1 Mf-s wiser St Hroihers?'< K L Hougb'un?1 B ""er Brn-her.;?13 T B \lib_e ?4 G To In?7 II N Pit I, St co?I!) J Hobiiis n?10 Htmie St co I YVuTali St YTnllorv?I 14. Kiiigsid-id St co?10 YV G Hunt?7 T Ite- Holds- 21 Sooth, Thii'it r St Co?44 Bird, Gilliiau a. Co?23 YV WlieeiMiiyhl?2 O oahrim St co?I ttarwrlt St co?1 E Ma dull St co?I Adams H iz-n St co ?I YV Haynrs?1 J YVarren? 10 \ Mi*rb-ll?1 rhnin cables I cstk do Ai in 11" St co?2 phs YV ('Nile ? 1 14 i?s Broth-is St co?2 YV Home?3 0 II Kellnyg? 3 .1 14 YVorreII St smi?4 YY'orr'11 St Coates?070 ban 32' bd!s ir li Kitlestoii St Baft-lle?2 pks J T Dolnn St ?< n?I II Uayi'i?. M Armstrong St co?3 Hunt Brothers?1 A T SteM'ait?I Ba din St Ham'cr?lllill Brolli r,?4 (4 Hastings? II Buttiitield St Br s ?8 J Rhodes?1 Gill-si i" St S ilwcll-14 S. St <J YV Bhiut?I St S woodbeail?47 Sands Knller St co?3 k Tomes St ww-1>3 Toobcr, Mead St co?2 Johnson St Greco?3 II Jessor?29 11 Jilfrcy, I'aitison St co?I I D Y'-'ililiiua St sons?3 J I' I)olau Itiou ? I Apilcon, l/ndeihill St Clark?7 J Muller St cn?li S Retts ?2 B Blake St co?I YVilcv St Pntuam?4 J 14u*hrcn?2 YVav Brothers?311 W N Cleiv St co?24 R Ashhnrit 8t son?3 P'att St Brothers?I Kennedy St Bera iu?4 J Van YVart?1 K B WiuUlc ? 3G Stares ?12 I St I Stmt art?3 Kfetvait St Brothers?44 GararrSt ca?2 I'a^on St Sew.-rt?2 A Vill Neat?4 S T Jones o>. cu-1 nuninim ?. u ihwim-j it in rosier?I Alerritt, r.ljr at ci>?I C Bnrkiiniham?I R LnmtnisStco?3 I MtCtll St <*o?3 I It . 87 ca'rs K l< Sanger* mi?3 (J llailitnau? 2 11 Walt It St co? ?II T Huiittt rn?l J Holmer?1 t' Heywood?I5nl oars ir< n Ripley St co? '992 do 100 bdls VV A Thompson?2756 Har* 102 bdls Ulntltefk Colhous?295 iron rails 745 bzi tin plain 98 r? to order Vera Cruz? Barque Ann Louisa-$l9,838 lt?7 bdls nUina 3 I * . im'?e 7 hales j<l p Margin* Brothers?<4000 M Delhoy? $8600 F D-l' ov- $300 <i K Fehoemaker?$275 H Bannn?$l?nn .1 < Mark?$500 Meyer, Htuekm ? $5174 J B Lasal'?$i25L II Lac-mb? $1500 (modhue St co?17 lixs Henchen St Utik?rt?3 balra Moltz St Poltz?1 box wax ligiues A Csxillu?3 b ilea jiltp to order. Si Jaoo de <ciia?Brig Fidelia?II hhda inear 600 brles toharco 120 b?|[s coffee Omit conib St Beck with?66 lids tu;ar 78 hxs do 128 hags coffee A C Itcjsiere? $700 Cnpt Stnall?1 bbl coffa to order Zanjarpo. (PP.)?Schr Splendid?137 I lull sonar 50 do moI vsas toJB 1. iiaIa IIoavama. (Pit '?Brig Metro"?316 hlids sonar 97 bblid<>70 bluls 2(1 tcs molasses to J B Laiala St cn. St Johns. (PU )?Briit Nauvot?183 hhdi sonar 32 cks mo Ijswslo J B Latah St co. Domestic Importations. Charleston? Brig Moon?100 tcs rice Victor 8t Dackwitx ?45 Mel, One St Anderson? 06 Fitch St co?93 11 8 Leverich? 24 bales.rotton llenard St co?iS Ue Peyster St WliittnarsH?S8 Btirritt St Johnion?40 do va'ii W T Matty?5 bills rape W L Mitchell?to empty bbls M Vaascher? 2 bxs A Comstock. MARITIME HERALD. Malltnfe Ovtjrs nl tlx* Steam SSiSti trcii livs.m 'ort. rsoM amr.iai . Hiberuia, Judkius Apr 19 May Is Britannia, Hewitt May 4 I t'Aledouia, Loll May 19 June 16 (i. ilrita n. Hoskeu July 13 Aug. 13 ff-IUp ISast4i-< ami Agents. Wnabsil uteem it a favor, if Captains of Vcatch mLg.rr to Cotuiiuidora Robert Silvi-.v. of our News fleet, a Report of the Shipping left at the. Port, whence they sailed, th" Vessels Spt lien on tlteir Passage, a List of their Ctl|o, ami r uf ruiriiid j ?rws|?n|?rin t.r -tev/s iney may nave. ni1 win board ihem immediately on their arriia!. Agents n'lil Cor respondents, at hnma er ebii>. J, will also confer a l.ivor b? rrc<liua to tlii-. Office ell tlm Marine l-iteliiyenc* thry obtain. Nfwv. orr.sth*? rf ??r >.... will bo |r.;i rr-'!V?J POUT Of NEW VOllK, MAY 4 PNIUSK9 56 | MOONiRlfK* 9 4!) tun sf.ts 6 57 I hkjh watki 47 Cleart'd, 9hip St Lawrence, (Veen, Sap Hirbor. Gtinnell, Mintnrn 6t Co?Uerqiir Douglas. Towniend, Gibraltar. P J Francia.? Brigs Arandv, iluwlatd. Hondo i at, B Blanco; P-m-ram, Blunchard, Neuvitas, Rock it Peters; Washington's Barge, Applrtou. Marnnham. Allen it Paxion; James Hay. (Br) Wurman, 8t John, NB. P I Nerius & Son.?hra Br nuywiue, F.tberidge PI) month Bryant St Ma'tland; T B Odell, Smith, 'hilnile'iihia. N I Met'ready St Co; Florence, Randall, Button, J . I well i. Co; Win Wilson, Bvber, Weyinru'.h, v,-??. Arrired. Ship Charles Carroll, Lee, from Rio Janei-o, March 17, with G01I0 bags coffee 2239 hide* W C Picl.ers.t'11 it Co. Le!t brig .Lat'ie' c, of New York, just arr, and others as before. US ship Columbus, ''om Turner, was to Imre for U States as roon at relieved by trie Roritan. Barque Ann Lonita, Marsch-lk from Vera Cm*, April 2. w-t'- ejieci-. to Hinon. Hrutt.ers it t'o. Meticau steamers Monte7.n1.-a. Wise, and Guadeloupe, Espeuo, were to leave lor N Vo:k iu k days. 8'ia Kirte'ia Small, from St Jago de Cuba April 20, with ttirar, if to P I Nevus it Soil. Prut Ohio, Veaiie, from Matanr.aa, April 20. with 312 hhils nio'astfs to .1 Cram. Brig Hnper-, Rankin, for Card-nas, shl sarr? d?v. Grip Mrteor, Stevens. 15 day* from Guayama. Pll.withsng.tr, to D L Say re. Brig Naoroo, Ttllon, 13 days from St Johns, PR. w ith sugar, to I II L??ala. British brig Exile, Card, 12 days from Windsor, N8. with pi "iter, to masti r Brig Moon, Hayes, 4 days froin Charleston, with cotton, to Dan ham 8t Dimon. Sehr Robert "1 real, Trent. from St Upming), April 14, w:th 51.0 crotcr ei 500 racoon logs mahogany to G 8 Stagg Sehr Splendid, Shackford, 11 days from Kajatdo, PR with sugar, to I B Las via. Sehr Leontiue, Hart, 4 days f oot Richmond, with md;e, to N L McCrrady St Co Sehr Brum <, t ottrell, 10 days frtm Calais, with lumber, to Smith (X Boyuton bebr Jasp r, Steve 's. Myehias, lumber. Sehr Liberty, Sm'th, Frankfort, potatoes. Sehr Rochester, Wise, Baltimore, mdsc. Below. Brig Tarqu oa, Seott, 13 days from St Jago de Cuba, with sugar end cnitee. to Thompson it. Adams. A.so, 1 ship unknown Mailed. Ship S uthport, Giilfi'h, Charleston; barque Douglas.Townsend, Gibraltar, and others. (lurald Marine ( orrespoiidenes TaLC.ihua!sa, Jan. 15, 1841. On tlm ''1st ill' I eent yen a report of vessels, hr the Ge tree Washingt'-n. Since then we have had the 'nllowing arrivals:? J?n 4. Je.hn We!l?, of Newark, 6'.l) sp, I960 wh?2n months ; 1.. e . ,-,..1- |?. .1? r u?.? 1 - m . Silrm, I'10(1 si' (Ml ?h?13 months; Jan 12 Isabella, cf "N B dford, 201i ?r?2t months: Jan 13, Ness of do find s|>?26 mos Vessel* roiioT'ed?Nsvigator, of Nantnck?r, Dec IS, in lat 12^i H, ou fie roast, 12WI *p; Henry, of Sa'ein. do, seme p'ece, dii.ROOs:'; Nautilus, of NBedfo d,lost on Titmher bar soin?tioi n?t mon'h?torticu'rr* not known: Henry Astor, of Nantucket. a rivrd a . Valparaiso ru tin- Id of tbi* month, full, and hound home. I have a letter fiom Capt Pinkbam adviiicg me of this Vessels which hare sailed since th* 1st?Moctrzuma, on a cruise; Manner, do end hom?; Creole, for Valparaiso. The U SS Levnt I rid arrived at Valparaiso according to las: advices from there. Kio Ianfiho, March 17 in port. Belvidera, F.siterb'cok, from Bi'ston, U"c. arr 14'h; Wm e Eliiv lingers, fr-m Sandwich Isla. ds, an l.'ith; Rol'a Pool, for NVirk.jnst disgd; Isabella, Ur*bert do, !ili{; Hinv"lis I ?i rh m. for Boston, nest d ty; Fra- ces Amy , Oibcrson, for Hirer Plate [li..s beiu reported same d ite for New Yoik]; Ken tacky Willis. fo| Coast of Africa, in j or 3 da: Orontes. Benenict, from Madeira for Africa; Caroline Ik Mary, Ccle, for Boston nev' day [h-a breu rep oted railed for New York 17th 1 U I* ship John Auatna is espect'd from Montevideo in 4 or 5 day* St Johns, Pll Ar-ril 13. List of vessels in jusrt:?Kuyeue, It days roni N^ or?, disy; llo' I Bruce, G'tt. horn do, l*? dn-?; Wm H Tollman. Mathias, from Curacoa l| da' :;, diss salt; Ponce. Kicb, from Boston 13 days disit; William. Bseon, from Puitland 2 d-ys.avith lunt* la-r, pis' irr Hid 6th, Wosst n, Norton, Boston menr and ino. Ias<es; P.cket, Clark, (Jiiayama, to load sugar and mo assrs for N Vork. llrr.isTyn Officio, Halkm, May 2 Arr (Chalcedony, Todd, Bu>'no< Ayr>*. March 5? River, 7ta, L-ft, loon Cadmus, Csmniet, lor Boston, 13 da; Kdwer.', Sr.'ie, for Philadelphia. 30; Parngmi Cnrt'a.disg; nmnu WnlInsto.. K inks, f- ii? Belem (Jen 2) vis Mnnisvideo, arr F-b 22; Ac hie Rota (dp) Imarov*, from Baltimo'e, via Hio Jai riio ar.d Viontevideo, arr Feb 26; Cuba, Corliss, for Boiton, 15; Kinit rhili p Upton disg ; New World, Collesan, imc Hohart, Collier, ditto; Jane, Puikney, nitlo; Knimi, Sm'th, ditio; Pico, Dyer, discharging; Win I rice, Roberts; do; Peneloie (Ihin) J'psrn, f"r Boston, unc; Helen" I Hn*) Oroiibolm, from do af Feb 15; Washington. Moore, for s si - ; s'h Wanderer. Biannen. do; berk Creole, Norri , of und for Baltimore, via Colonia, s.i'led Feb 25. Also arrive' r, Harr n, Bnenrs Aavres via Boston Also arr 'I iirris. Nelsoll. Aulb'ir. Africs March I. wilh ivn. rv'Left M?F*gs, Varnev, dial?only Am vessel. Vintage, Frye. for windward railed beta29 April 21, la'. 31, Icn 67 30, V ixen.[Br] fri m Demarara for Dublin Office or thk Rhode Ui.aivokii, > Nkwpobt. Mav 2. 1811. 6 Arr. 2d, T?aao, Almy, from Havana. IB'.h nit. Sailed m e? withfr od Hope, Riley, for Santa Crux (Caba.)to load for thi? port Also. Mary, Welsh. I'm Calais for N York. AI?o arr, pilat boat Jam 's Avery.of New Yorh, from a eriirr, wilh |,..H . f ill inroaat and ahor' of wat'-r. 20t?> n'r. M mtanir branm W 4C miles distant. ?|>oke York, no a whalmg voyage. all will. A'ao a-r, Yankee, llatrb, fin N Y ' ra fori- Ilive'iPttsr .it. Smitli, do, fur KJgarton; I II Bord'-i, I ?rvn, Kali River lorNYoik Hoi mm' H"Le, May 1?0 P M Arril 30?A-r aelir ?, "f Bo'llibay. fiom Kingaton for n too; *?iHf, Canglry, Boalon for NYork; Mary, Smitli, Fredericksburg for Reainn, aid lo day. Mav I?Arr an Knglish brig f'runi N Ynk for Nov? Hrotir.? Several roal load -d nclir* irr ' ritrrdiy and to-day, 3 or I of vbirb aid lhi? afternoon Piisicil bv 11 tin1 Kastwaro. a ha jue supposed tbe Prompt, Davia, from Baltimore foi B. tton III a? blown very b'avy her* to day from H\V, and h is ditnnrd the stemboai so tbat she wpl not get to New Bedfjnl in time for the cars. miscellaneous. Banqvr. Wm. fvv, You"g, fiom New York f.r Mttttordi, Tesna went aaho on Pelirat Island shea's, o.i tie ITrfi nit bavirg ' xperienced a h-avy gale of wiod from SK. Finding she " aid not work off ah ire, ahe let go both anchors?the gale inCfeaaed to inch a height ea to canae th* anchors to drag, artl a*-* w*nt ashore, having on board 4fln baas salt. From h r situation, it n not expected she will lie a total lesi, Whnltntn. Arr at New Bedford May I Pac'tlc, Tahrr, Paeifi: Ocoxo. Talrahu in 106 days. Frranmbuco Mc'1 24, with 2imi bbla prn. including ah< ill 100 Mils sent home Reports at Tcr.treaa Sept 1(1, Holt "dwarJs, Burg as, NB. 19*0 sp; <i rland, Scranto . dr. '100; Nov 29, off Maaaafnero, Miln, Gardner. do, clean; 2fit>. lire, Kein'ler, .v|'C leave, Nant, IfOsp; Jau I, 'if, i baa W Morgan. Norton. NB, W" ?P 1*0 da'e, tcr came npwith and p-,?? d abip Fmnkl n ISKimbM1, from Puling Dec 2t, .St Helena M' h 6. II well, sailing tery (tall Arr et Sag I! ulior 2tPh n't Timor, F,ldrid(e, N W Coast 240(1 bbla \vb 60 en ?p oil. and 27 BOO lbs bone. Spl-iotid, I Nrw York. IB70 tons, hea been pnrchascd hy M a i Jon a. ol < old Spring, for $16,000. to be fillet for a w baling vovage r Indian Ore n lie j Knah, Giffnra, of 66 nrren, repr.rted in Pec. no lat, Wiib 11.60 bbla ap ~ At '/ .iwcibar, Feb 4?Triton Fnidick, rlymonlh, 458 ap; H e. Taylor, Nil 6'Osp. Bid I'm do list of D e, Thames \vii clew. Root, We-tport 178, end waa apnken Jvn 5, with 130?; ; Ja i I, V'-afa, H iw'and. Kdgaftown, 120 ap; Ifith, Mari din. h.llii, Nil. 900 ap. Spoken, oil Zanxibac. about Jan 8 Br .ce \'?i" i FH 400 ap Passed Br Helena, March 5. Artlick, Micktll, ei and fur NB, 2400 wh 300 op. Heard of, cn?i?* ? ? i1'* oo <f arro.l Uround in Krb, Johu Adams, Bradford .NB,?'id Iiiim, l';nl*nrtli, W.ireham. ipokMa (iuln re, of Baltimore. ?' 1 N. April 39. oti tltf th'w Apiil J6, 1st 29. Ion 73?by the 9l'rUd2,dJv.tfra.n?Bto.ton f.r Now O. Iran..April JO. b Hheal Nontnckit NK 111 mi'*.?V. pilot boot K h. ( nllins R itiinorr. dos'ou lor I li:l*d?lplii?-by WW wnw. A whalo ihip hou. d tJ B-id i-i'orf, 11*111* ii known?by the ""Attica, Mcl -I'nti. 3 ilny i from II vault for St I'etrrs1 urn, April '6. Ul 24 lb- Ion Hli J S ,1.1 ma, New Orlfa li fir Baltimore, \| ril 27, lat 30 17. Ion 79 2i ?> Iv iBUi Jenkii ?, Kvelrigli, hence for Tiieafe, May I fnreitfii Forts. 8t Jino Dk (.'un April 20?In | ort Portland.) I. jirh, line; AiiUres, Hatch, for NYi rk, 7 thrs; Tarirapit, do, n?tl diy: Robt Brurv , ju.f *rr. UuiVAHi I'rl. April 17? In port, Monro", f. r N York, 5 dn; Jipepn, Loriutf, ilo, 8 I hmnpion, Soule, for M*yagurx, uix d iv Fihido, April ?(l?In porr, Packet, mid Florence, for Naw York, l?t May. Niouaho April 20-'u port, Ainmdi, Amei, from NYork. ju-ii ar' Pout I.waca. April 7? In port, Hover. Kalrrl, animr to Ualrritoii 11 I ml ?lib cotton. Th, Rodney. Smith, for New l - ok, louden with er ton. was lying iuliile the d?r St John, M5, Apr I 28?Arr Leader. Davidson, N Y. Buffalo. May '?Art K nt, 'Van Allen. Am ertthurgb; Hull.In. Allen: United Sut't, Whitaker; Fairport. Davit; VVyind.it; F Mills; Equator, Detroit: Ricliemud. Chicago; Marsh ill, do; Ua7.et.lr. da; I nlutuhi* wl Joseph; Hunter, uo; Michigan, do; lows, Philadelphia, Michigan ' ity; OIlin, d ; Aiuiwnrth, Roanoke, do; Mart mil Nev, Toledo: Andovur, Cleveland; Lexington, do; Billow, do: Adelaide, do; Bid,lie, Marian, Erie; K Whit'ltsev, AAiuhiil i, Tloire, Moome ''Id J 1'ia Palmer Detroit; 8t Clair, do; Columbui, do; New England, do: Wayne, Chicago. Home Porta. Rancor, April 29?Arr Meiviua Ste| let, N Y PoRTLANn, Aid 30? \ r Wyoming. Nickerion. Wilmington, N C; Pyrerua, Brure, Elizabeth City: Gen Wayue, Br->wn, Norfolk; h'ero, Spaulding, N Y. eti?| ? Freighter Knight. Cni-a May 1st?Arr llotriont Peuse, VV lndits. SaI.KM, May 1?Arr Star, Brow n, Zanzionr. Boston. Ma< 2 ?Arr Conio, Eldridge, Charleston; 8|wedwe'l, Pratt, Marsoaibo, eft no Am ves<el; Eltot, Baker, and Acorn, Howet, Philad; William Penn. Taylor, do; TamOfee, lloxie, Hava in; Baltimore Bickmere, Philadtlp'r; A M Hale, Bear?e, a' d Compliance. Kelly, N York. C'd, Se;enee, Heet, Liverpool; K ch inkean, M'Oilvery. Ca'derm; N'ewburyi ort, [l ite of BMero] Cheater, of and for Htoningtou, told for n whaler; Itadnre, Springer. Portland: Mozart, kryn.ldt, Alexandria; Anaconda, Gorlain, N York Gi.ot cr tThH, April 27?Arr Merey 8t Hope, Call, Catnden, for New Yotk. Ni w Bmikoiid, M y 1?Arr Carolina, Htnilh, Bay lliver, N C ; Oneco. Heed, Philadelphia. Providence, vay I ?Arr, Jamet 8t Samuel, Milton, Philad; lli, nzi. Durfre, N\ oik VVaiirfn, April 30?Arr, Busy, Watson, Matanzaa, Ap 13. Kali. Rivf.h, April 29?A>r Princess, Hackett, Philadelphia; Anna ell.i, Hand, do; 3fth, Transport, do; Oteanport, Brand. ixiYoik. Sid, 1 H Borden. Lewis, NYcrk Arr May I, Thua Fcunor, Nieketteti. Philadelphia fo ' rcvideuoe. I'ltHMOMi, April 29?Arr l.ady Clinton, Cramer, NYo'k; J Ik W Ktrickaon, Smith, Mobile Sid, lonick, Akerman, Jertev city. Georgetown, SC , Aprli 21?Cld Treinont, Wondtides '.Vest Indies; 2t?Consul, Kldridge, do; 27?Kugle, l)yer, Baraco?. Charleston. Ar.ril 29?Arr Export, Monrae, NOrleans *'ld, Huron. [Br] Mutr, Liverpool; Czar, Fowler, Glasgow; Flora, McNate, iMntanzat; Morn, Mavet, NYork Arr Bengal, Gnrhnm, Bottnu; Jupiter, ('arter, Portland. Below, Arson, I m N York; arr 29, G?orge, Hull, do; H irtiel. Brown, Hottun. C|d, H Allen, Wilson, NYork; Vulture, Walker, Boston; Gull, Cook, Baltimore. Savannah, April 29?Cd Primroan [Br] Irvine, Liverpool. diu. niiuitii. lii?rrpooi; .1 nisrivHii magie, oyininn, Philadelphia. Oarikn. April 24?Md Brilliant, Gibson, NYork, und Cor.pany. Burr, NBrdford. Sr Apciustixk, April 27?Arr Saunders, Mvriimau. NYork. Nrw Smyrna. April 22?Arr Sultana. NYork: May Flower, NBeilford; Osceola, Yeatoo, Norfolk; Factor, Boston; North Carolina do. Key West, April 10 ? On the PJth the *rli? Uosella. Baker, bound from Persacola to Apalachirola, arrivrd here in distress, he experienced heavy weather, and wa? blown off. Arr J D Noyrs, fin N Yo-k for .Newport, Florida Ths llo?e. [Brl s'ill waili.g the arrival of the Judge, to decree salvage, Sic Apiil 21 ?The cargo of Wellington, [Br] (the particular! of wlioie loss I have already informed you,) has not yet all arrived at this (dace. AboutOOO bales are said to be badly damaged. The Ou'elina, havinir ta'a-n in her cargo, is ready for tea, aud wi I sail to-morrow. The Pecouic still waiting materials frcm N York. New Ori.eans, April 21?Arr Middlesex, Kllint, Boston; Pontine, Parker, ft York; Troy, Hill, Apslachicola; Corvet'a l'riirera, Fslregar, St Jago; Bordeaux Packet.[ Norw] Stephensou, B ardeaux; O.leat s, Sm.th. Norfolk Cld, !1 tpp han-?ick, Urummord, Liverpool; Kilbv, Mnir, do; Va'liant, [Fr] Girauil, Bordeaux; Vicksbtirg, Berry NYork; Charleston, Bsiley, <'o; Co.-imerce, Allen, d-?; Albano, Buxton, Gibraltar; "ope Howes, Shaw, Havana; Virginia Antoinette, Delvaille, Timpico. AMERICAN REPUBLICAN MASS MEETING AT NEWBURGII. THE AMERICAN REPUBLICANS of Newhurgh will hold ? Mass Meeting, at the old Head Quarters of Washington, on Monday next May 6Lh, at 2 o'clock P M Messrs Salomons, Gieen, Oaklv, Burns, Fenuo and Fields of this city, will address the .Meeting Th' Stesmer Samptou has been chartered to convey the New York Delegation to this Meeting, and will l-ave the foot of Whit hall street on Monday morning at 6 o'clock precisely, and return the same rvenii g. Willis' Brass Band will accompany the Delegation. Tickets for ilie trip, there and back, 73 cents All w ishing to attend this Meeting are requested to procure their tickets st once from the office of the N. Y. Am.rirau K*publi an, 141 Nassau street, or fri m either of the undersigned Committee :? Edwin F. Corey, A II Davies, James Barns, Edw?*d K- lly, Adorn Thome m3 2t*ec OUR COUiNTRY?OUR WHOLE COUNTK Y!! fpHE CITIZENS of NEW YORK, favorable to the RE' ANNEXATION of TEXAS, ar? in'onoed that agenenl MASS MEETING wilt lie held mthe PARK un SATURDAY next. May 4th, at Ms P.M., in order that the people may give a pit u tic demonctretioa in r-pard to lh- Great National Treaty, for the re-union of the lone Star of Texas to the. Federal Constellation George Douglass, S'muel T. Robinson, E S Derty, George E Baldwin, Sjrnnel R. Micvevig, P. G. Moloicf, John Foote, David P. Malst-nd, Thorn's Dyer, Isaac A. Smith. T. H. Stogi-ill. I.'hit B lint lohu T. Boyd, J. J. Bryan George Dixey, John Orser, W. Francis Wm. Carr, 8. Ilcury Ilitclicock, Stephen Hashrourk, John C Thompson. John Emmons, Oerrge Montgomery. W W. Kidd-r, L. S. Eddy. K. Mrrney, O \V. Nllcs, O. Uubhs. Jr., F A. Gay John J Phillips, A I*. 'y'llson, John l.e Count. II C. Attwoon, G D. Strong, Ouo. Belt, Louis Timolat Jr., E.J. Swords, Mr dad Plait, J. mrs Farm, W J. Mocre, aud mom than 300 others, in I 2t ins'ee ~ RRLIGIOITS NOTICE. THK Kirst Bociw. f tin New Jertisa'em Church in New k urn, have rhmiged i heir place of worship from 'he Lyceum of Na'ural History to the Lentil's Room of the New York Society Library Building, corner of Broadway anil Leonard street, wher-the Rev B k . Barr-tt will preir.h every Sabbath morning. seats frre. Pub'ic Hrligious Service will lie held there r.<*. Sabbath morning. ami in the eveuing of that day Vir Barrett will deliver a Mimic discourse, conim-nciug t 7>? o'clock, in which he will present a brief outline or general view of all the important rtoc'riu s of the New ' hurch ss taut hi in the writings of hmanurl Swrdeiiborg. All who hav any desire t > know sotnt thing of time doetriuei, are cor lally invited toatie.ad. May 3, 1844. m4 It'rc ItHi fSCANV, KIIOM 111' LI. rKiuiamT)?Consignees per this v-tsel are hereby notified, 'hstahe is now disrhitgiuit under gtueral order, foot" f Do?er ?tr?et, K M All goods not p-rrairtrd rnn?t nnavoideblv ba ae t to public store WOODHULL Jt MIN lUlliNS. mt 3trc 117 Sou'h stie-t. GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WAR PROBE. fPHK 'ILl-lKST PHIi EH can lie obtained by (ientlemen * or K?mi'irs who are desirous of converting their left off wernng appare into cash. To Families and Gentlemen qnltthig the rity or changing resit'ence, l aving any superfluous effects M dispose of, will lind it mnch to their adsan or tu send for the subs rib?r, who will at.eud at heir lesidence by api?ui,tiiient. J I.K.V'NSTYN, 466 Broad way, up stairs. A line through t e Post Office, or otherw ise, will r ceive prompt attention. in4 1m eod'rc JOHN MILUAP, 1 8 :{ B It () A 1) IV A Y , OKKK.HS KOI! SALEf'hlorideof Iodine, Hypoiulphi'e i.TSoda, (Ivani.ret of Potash, Bromine t-od'um. Potassium. Chi rate of Potash, Nitrate Barvtes, Od. ntiiie Pelle'ier, L ahtraque's ( h'oride Rarahout det Vabes, Sodium. Btc , Pure de K-arar.l I, Porcel in Ja't for Apom4 Jtis'je thecaries, kc. D'.ll.'li CLE UK WANTED?A Young Mao who can come we I wcominriided. Application to Ik made to R. J DAVIS. At ih- cor. of hoiton ar.d Cliulon s.s, Brooklyn. m4k6 2 is*rc REMOVAL. Cfc H. H ROI KWKLL have r-tnnved their Watch anil Jewelry Ksiabusnment from No. fl Astor House to No 413 Broadway. Watches and Clocks can fully repaired. m4 It* re "U*UHNIHHED I'AItLOIIS and B> drooms, and Boarding fei f a Komi I y; several single bej-ooms for gentlemen anil lioarding, or breakfast and tea, or boarding without rooms, at the pleasant location No. 411 Houston st ml lw*re 8EGARS! SEGAR8!! L-t the t ,\ r deliyht :n hit bottle -ml glass, 1 wtM seek nor his pleasure to mar, Bu' there's nothi g mat can the enjoyment rii'P'si. U! a iv I llaninii .NVffiir?Thr Smnkir't Sum;. QJS1.VAS, al li'a establishment, popular aa"d. 3 Maiden '' l.aii', Howard's HsMI, (WMMIIO nojn from his agent in llivaui. |*r rsery a'rival, S * r? of the choicest .'lid moat approved brands l. at the market ffcrda. His stock now on hand c reprises a giea'er variety than can be pr< cured at any other establishment in the Citv, i iclodwy tha relehnted citra Kiug and (Jo m lleyalias, Nor-aga, r.s|>ar?B?..T, Kloriiida. Ncrmss, Trabura, Principe, and other, which he has no Imitation in averring are superior to auy ever bc'orc imported. ( it 7.eni a d alrtugrrs i re rrinevrd to call at N i 3 Maiden Laii". Howard's Hotel, and judge for thrmielvet. ml m*rc "THE STAR," <i I L 1 s /' E N A li I) S T li E E T . Si US' KIBF.K Inr nii sneer deil t thi? w"ll known * cat .hliahment, airua ed a few d ora weat of Broadway, will continue to aerve up Bleaks, Choiw. Kare Bin, I'oaclte t F.ags, 4tc 8t.i , Willi nil the delicaner i f the aeaaoo, nntil llo'clo'k. P. M., <nd kindly solicit! a cnutinuance of the i etronage hith' r to at liberally bestowed on hia pr? decmeor. A lih ral l.ui.eh, after the manner of the subscriber's former establishment, the "Bill," in Ann street, will be aeeye.l up daily ?t to P VI. mi li*rc JOHN n. WOO I >4} \TK GKNTLHMKX'S ITEFT (IKK WAlil ROBE. TIIK IIKIDEST PHIOES can be obtained hv gentlemen or litmili'i who a>e deairvua i f eoaiveriui. th? ir left otf winning apparel into c??h. To farmliea and ic iillemen qnittliig the city, or changing r-aidene*, having any Mipeitluoil* effects to dispose of, will find it much to their advantage to a?nd for th- subscriber, who wi'l attend th in at tlic r reent.n r hv m pcinttaeu II LEVE'i'T, No 2 Wallatrert, ne,r Broadway. A Unc thr-ugh the Poat Office, or otherwise, will rer-ire promt t attention. in4 If ec SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL. Aston is hinii <;uhk. ok uk \K.\k.ss-The fellow itig crtilientr l aa h'an received by Mr. Whipple, oar agent in Newbnryp?rt My? : " This is to certify that, my wife hv ing been alllu te I with the lota of hearing 'or a year and i half hat suddenly n rovarad the same, by tl.e use of Si tnra'a On. loabiirtin itwaa with m ich reluctance that ahem ale a tii.lif it; but bring en our wed by tie eviinpte of o'liers whose name* were produe d in favor of its utility. Iter consent waa obtained, and I am happy to say that her he.mng is tnnra than nrdiiitiily aerate ? I wis tli.'.e sctfeiiug under the an,ic malady might "go and do liki wise ' THOM AS K. PRKSSEV, Nkw iii Rvport. April V III) ..... Kor the belli lit of peiaona at a distance, I would add that Mr. Prcssey is a rr.enhaat of Pleasant strict, aud will li- happy in *ive nov Additional pvtii'ttUn to thmr who t" ??' luif1 a}' him. I HAHLKH WHIPf LK Naiip tiniest with the wrrdi ''Hca'p.i i Oil for I) nfblown en each bottle, nod with the wntt o iiKnatoiA < C B._ Hell on the wr?nmr. rwpr<?i| by fi B'II, and ?nld vholuiaV and r^till b* A. IS * D.JBaadi, Hrnifffutf, 79 Fulton* street, corner of (fold; alio old by A.B. Haiids 8c Co No 273 Broadway, and Hands 8c Co. " 1 Broadway ml Gti?*rc -,u?.-S9RTnoiiKaK fumalk PH.US T Hr.SK far-Uin*.! nod I'illt, "iti 1'itrfngiil, ,r? Wf[>rrr.iT? (4 00 ?in.'h 'n.i n ?hi? n.>. ii> '-"f ? 1 u?? neut ou lh? fiit toitw*. f,,?rik ?w?. TEXAS?NOW OR NEVER! PEACEABLY IK WE CAN AM) WITH HER CONSENT-FOKCIBl Y IK WK. MUST! ! AT A LAItti-. & l? NTHUBIA8TK AHmEMBLAUK r.f Cituiu.. rpontv-t utlv roovrufd. without tirevinu public u?ti'e, At lleruitut<F II !l, Homtuu ?tru*t, ou Tlinr?J tv 2.1 \Uy, lftl, for tht- loirytur of ripmniug thrir ? utimwit* with to tkn RE-ANNEX TION OK TEXAS, tl. Hon IAS H. SUYOAM. wa* cull "1 to p'?tid?. anutf* hy 1U El'H C. POTT Kll and 'OHN A. MILLER a* Vitf IWfW., JOSEPH T. SWEET aud 'NO OR1*KR, a* Seoreitrie* Dr. Jno Barber betas rill d upoi. aildrcis-<l I We n eeti. f m Ilia ut.ua! abb and -looticitt miutirr After w li h, on i"i lieu. Keiolvsd?Tlust a Committee' f live be appciuted by the t hair, t i ret re iuJ <lr?l't l.enilclions es,i>->sifa of the ?e seo' the Meetine?w ho n nm-d. as s ii I Cruimi'tei, Messrs Karle, Barher, Doinimck, Cm e ami Milliken In the absence of the Committee, the meeting called upon led war very peitiu. ntly audablv a.ldteised bv K K Camp, Kn| ? hone remarks were ectiveuwirh much favor Dr. AlCanute. Jones also made Mm' very excellent and interesting rem\rks on ins nkjnet. Henry C Atvi ood, Est] bdocwMmli tolieit'd cane forwi fl and addirsseil the meeting it' a very powe lul aryumejlat ve and- loii"ect style which was enthusiastically responded to li tl e vest number meseiit The Commi t e 0.1 Ueti.luticus, through their Chairman, repined tl e following :? Whereas, a grrnt si d momentous crisis has arrivnl in the political a"d national ulfs ra of this country, and as it becom s every citizen to Ulte a deep iut<rert in every quest ion that is likely to aff'Ct the honor of our government and the stability of our involutions And, wheress, any r.ortion of the people have the r gl I st all times to make public egpresnon ol their opinions fheref. r', Resolve.I, That the arurgition of Trias is a me-, stir- called for by every uiiiMilrritinn cf expediency and humanity on tli? lisrt of tlir p?->rle of these United Htat's. Kxi*nietcy firm the fact that other powers nay. by their interfeienoe. prevent this mi st desirable object; and Humanity, as an icfillinle Preventive to the i ros'cuih 11 of i barbarous an* inhuman warf. re on the | alt of Mi xico against the ga lint hut numerically weak Ti sau people. fi-Hesolved?That now is the time to receive with apen am s oarsenerous and 'd'Ti-'iig sister, who fieelvaud frank y offe-s to reiU'it to enrco. federacv, andwbosc franlirss should be met with promptness and entn uiasin by every true lover of his country lteiolved?1That although pnlic on the part of some aapi r nits for the 1'residential ' hair, may ini'uce snch to wisli a pnsttoarment of this inn ortant subject until they may have it ill their pawer to win and wear the Tesan laurel ; yet conimnn seme tench's us who are g portion of the legitimate sovereigns of the soil?that any great public good is betfi in enjoyment than in anticipation, end a I ihe si phistry iu the world will fail to convince us to the contrary. uesnivtu, i nit wnen 11??* ptrmc servants 01 tne people manifest n deep mterest in the prosperity of the country and its institution!. inciyasing by errr act the one. and guarding tuviolate the other, it is the boundrn dnty < f every true mav to de fend and iim'aiu such against the assaults i f a venal pre**, and the slanders of shameless eurmies Resolved, That iu recognising the independence of Tesai. we rerottnlted her undisputed right to enter into any p litieal connexion w ith these States that she. iu her sovereign capacity, mieh' deem exje-dient. I'esolt ed. That the question of the re-annexation of Texas is a matter of national policy, sustained by the interests, the right and the li nor of this nation, aed should be viewed by tne t eople as ilie simple qnestiun wli'ther British or American fr-liug and interests shall preponderate among Atnrrictu freemen, Unsolved, Tint we recommend the attendance of every citizen in favor of the annexation of Ti x s at the (lene-al Meeting ill the Pars. to he he'd on Saturday afternoon, at half past Use o'clock, is vhicli time and place this meeting stands adjourned Ou motion, resolved, That a commit'ee of five he appointed by the chair to oo-oprra'e w ith a similar committee (re-ently HP <ii, ted at Wa lung tun Hall) with lefereace to holdi g a mass meeting in f iror of the re-annexation of Texas Tli* chair named the following gentlemen :?H C. Atweod, S. H. Keeks, E K. C'am,>. 'J'. M. Jenkins and John Orrer. On motion, resolved, Tint tne proceedings of this meeting be published iuthe II- raid. Madisouian and Aorora. On motiou adjeuru-d. J A3. H. SUYDAM. resident. JOSEPH C. PoTTKR, > v- ? ? JOHN A. MILLER. \ V,CB f " " JoHiToHatTn'.'*' | Secretaries. ^ rPIKFANY, YOU NO Si ELLIS, Si!) and 2f>0 Broadway, cor? m r of Warren street, Importers of the varions Kancy ManIIfar.tor,>? of li'niim l??l,,.,l ll?,n rk.... ^ wavs for sale the Inigesl richest, auil beat collection of elegant articles of taste ami utility suitable fnr presents, to be foumlou this side of the Atlantic Also, tre beat assortm-ms ol plain ml nMyStaJtioMry.Fapm im InwiMTMelt ni tiiliih Perfumery, Combs. Brushes, and articles for the toilet geu?r?l lv; Cutlery. Chinese fancy articles, French Parasols. Hud Hhade* anil Umbrellas, > slows of a very superior onality, ll ranch, In-lia ami Dresden Pi,rcelaius; Krench anil Bohemian Olass; Fancy H nurture and Chain; Papier Mache and Bronze G oils; Faus of all descriptions; lich Oiiviug and Riding Whips; Walking Canes; Desk. Papeteries, Oreismg Cases anil Fancy Boxea for all use; Purses. Pock'i Boohs. Uard Cases and Portfolios; Swiss Chairs. Tables rand bassets in great variety; Berlin Goods, Indian (foods. French Jrwelry, Sic They ins ile particular i oticr to the laet that their goods are all of their ?au imports'ion?made to older espreisly for thi ir retail sales, or selected by one oC their lirm, Irorn the lies; sources; and cm therefore be recommended, not nnly as of better nuality and finer finish than articles made for general sale, b t lower iu price and newer ami inore select in styl*. A> their establishment is the largest of its kind iu the country and has become one of the attraction a of the city, t ev respectfully invite the visits ofstraugrrs. with the assurance, that 'hey nay tsatnioetha collection without incurring the leist ob.igation to make purchases?that the s in- politeness ard attention will be showu w he tilt r the object of the visit be business or pleasure rn2 it aw ins linrc 1\*ADAME N. SCHELTEMA (Srnets) informs her ensi'-s turners and the ladies of Mew York general I y, th?t she lias just received prr last llavie packet*, a "ew and splendid aisortmeut of rich embroidered and o'.ber Wedding ure ses. Alto, some very rich Thread Late and Uridal Scarfs 'ml Veils , some very beautilul org-mliand colored Muslins of all descr'pti mi ; Bareges, rew sr ; ?pl d Hilks, a; d every variety of rich materials snit able 'or dsy aud evec log dresses ; beautiful <"a| s. suitable fn wat -ring idaces, which b.dies win IS iiuire sncb arti-les would do well to call and eta-nne, as tln-y hnve been espiessly ordered at this time 10 order to giv? the ladies an opportunity 11 select at their leisure. Also, e.n entire ne m style ol Straw Hats never bel'o-e iinportc I in this country, expressly adap'ei for country use?vera beautiful and verr Is' comirg ; an entire new style r,f French Parasols ladies Umbrellas which, together with her usual varied assortmeut ol fancy goods, she will In* happy to exhibit to thou-who may I'avoi her with their patronatr. nil 21 v. is I m*?-c PREPARE FOR SUMMER. UOIV ia the time to purify mil brace the physical system so ?s oenable it to bear up against lb* enervating beats ol lUttuicr. The condition ot (lie hluuil fit lh*e fftpiftiliu.il ol' winter, owing to inactive perspiration ?JunnR that tewioii, aud from other cause*, u not in a proper state to resist diie&s*, nr r are pe'ite in cci'U weather in their full vigoi. I" fact, a change in the state of the animal iiinchiue to meet a new climate is ' * necessary as a change of clothing To purge from the bloi d its unhea'thy panicle* aud impact if) ?t a more nutiitive character ?Co five tone to tlu noiuMh, indnprl obstructions from tKi bowels?iu short, to reinforce the whole system for the cam* ptign of summer, there is no preparation so efficacious as panels' Sarsapsr ilia. For further particu I .ri nud co? elusive evidence of its sui?erior ^alue and e.fccacy, see pamphlets, which may b* Obtill M Of ftgMtt gratis. Prepared and sold w hob sale and retail, by A B Si D. Sands, wholesale drncguU; 79 Fulton st Npw York?Bold also at 2/3 Broadw iy, 77 Fast Broadway, and by druggists generally throughout the Uuit**d State , ml Gt is* rc NKW GOODS AND KKDICKO I'HICKH AT MARTIN'S CA SH TA1LORINQ KS TA R LISHMENT, 154 WILLIAM hT CORNICR. OF ANN Si'. ASlNGLK TRIAL will confines any geutlennn thtt there t:.~ b-st value it g.veu tor thrt price* charged, vig: spleidid Dress ()oats made ts order, at fr<*in $12 to $20; Pants from $J to $8; Vesta from $2,50 to $1 50; and every other arti !e hi the line proportion ably low, got up in the be*t style ami a good tit wa? ranted, K7*Just received a large assortment of Fancy Sumsitf Cassimere? ?nd Wirings nfweii style Please call aud examine before giving y? ur ..ders Geutlemeu fur mhing their own Cloths, fkc , can have them inad- and trueiiiei as n?Nal, ill the best manner,at the following prices:?Dtesi Coirs $7 to $8 50; Frock Costs $8 to$i,50; Pants gild Vests $1.50in $'* T*-rms cash on unlivery ?*<*'> ludtr MICHAW.L h. MARTIN SIJMMKK ARl< AN< JKMKNTS! BLOM\HNIiUAI-K. MainHATTA>VILLK AND Hilt" WASHINliTON ulNKHK HTAUKH. ? F?re to Manbaltinvitl- cent*?Fort W?*I""K'?? il cut* Till. Line will roin, .?! > rnnm. 1/ ,,u rviturday, M?y1th, IMI a> 1 ii . ? : ? l.i iv utf M.1.1I kd.iit ill-, lit 6 o'clock A. M., mod continue ru oi.iK*vi-ij h ur until 7o'clock i'. >i Lravim New Voik. corner of Tryon How and ('ha'linin lit. two door, *n.t of thr Harlem ll iilroid Office, at 7 o'clock, A. M , and continue runiiiiik erery Hour until 8 f'. M Stasra [raving kor' Waili ounn for City flail, 7^,' A M and iyi, II *1 I '' M., 3K uud 6It. St, [-? Iraviuif I ity Hall for K. rt Wn.hijitou,!) A. M., II and I P M , 3, 4 iiidli 'I h?ie Stig-, piuoj tin* mule Hunt's Hotel,Burnlirin'i Man.ion Moil.,*, Orphan A.vlinn ?ud Lunatic Aiyluni S<rick-r'? Bay, Abbey Hotel, Trinity < hurch Cemctrv, limn Bri :ge to Kort Wa?hinit'.ou. B MOOKK, m2 lm*rc Proprietor. '&&sta^lanu asa KOOT OK WHITKHALL 8THK.KT. . The St-a nbmt STATKN IHLAN lil-.lt.will run ,u fullowi ' ic aud after Monday, 32d April, until lirth-r notice:? I^nvr New Viirk. {save Staten hluml. A1 6 At n II !! > I Hi iX itJntf rc 0 i NEWARK a ivn vFiir vanir FA UK ONLY Udi f.KNTH niK NKVV AND SWIFT ST F.AM KR RAINBOW, (. AI'TAIN JOHN OAFH Y, ad Will commence her tripa ha the acaaon i:n v5w--idE'ihnradnr. April 4th.and rn.. until further no -r follow, Leaving Newark it iy, o'cl 11 k, A M., *'r* York 1 o'clock, P. M. Tlic lluinhow i.aa h-en <*nl irgeil, cnmple'.ely r lilted, And adit' ti (I to thia root*, anil having a large deck aaloon, the can comfortably accommodate i laure number ot pitaacngTa F reignr carried a' ?crv reaaonahle ntra. New York, April 3, IBM nl tf re

ALBANY DAY LINE. tiflB FOR ALBANY ami I _ termed iare Land CL. - J^r, ' J>iiiwi the i.ew ui.1 aplruil il ateainbi.il SImJHLB.1 OUTH AMERICA, Cat tain M.ll ironI ilell, will Isaac the foot of Barclay ato-et, north axle, on Monj day, W -.hieiday auil Frill iv morning*. at 7 o'clock j J'tio South An erica will leive Albany for New York or Turailay, Tnnraday ami Saturday anormcgi, nt 7 o'clock C For pnaa*ge, apply on board. i38ri FEOI'LE'S LINE OF STEAMBOATS FOR ALRAiN Y. ,"$S\ A'H DAILY, Sun day a ear.er ted?Through Di I rrct. at 7 P M., from the Htoamb' at I'ior In*' Air ? BE (brut1 -nili an.I Liberty atr-cta The a tea in boat KNI' KKKBOOKKIt, Captain A. P. St John, Moad-y, Wedncci'ay oid Kr.Jav evening!, at 7. 'i'ho stennproat ROCHe.sTKIt, Captain A. Houghton, on Tnoadar, Thuradav Mi l Saturday Kv'nn\ga, ar 7. A: Fire o'clock?L.'iidi' g It ii.tetmed at" Placet: The Steamboat CURTIS PKCK, Captatu VV It. Peek. Tue.nlay. Thurtday and Saturday at 7 IV >1 The Steam bout NO111 i AMKUiCA, Captain R (1 Crultendeii, Mnuday, YVrdueaday, Friday and Sunday, at 0 P. M. Paaaengera taking tint line of boatJ trill arrive in Albany in amide time to take the Morning Train of Cara for Iheetui or great |[/- The above Boata are new an d aubauniial, are furniahej with new aud elegant State Hwoitia, and for aperd and accoinuiodatiora are uu rival led on tbe Hndaon. For paaaage or freight, apply ou board, or to P. C. Schnltr. at :h<a office on th - wharf. aJ2rc NF.W KVKNINU LINK VOK ALBANY, At 7 o'clock, from the foot of Bun lav tt. North title. i* . .in TIIK NKW andaplendoi steamboat NICW JKRMF.Y. Capt. It. H Furey, will comm. ce "at.,,. .gftL.iY l.-r r-gnlar tnpa Iftwran New York aurt Albany. lew nig New York oa Monil <y th? till of May neat lli-r regular d tya fiotn New York will lie Mondava, Wedi radaya. ua? Fridaya; from Albiny, 1 nnada/t, l'hnradaya and Hatur; laya The New Jeiv-y hah. en enlarged and ri muddle I; her burthen is 700 Mn?; all- ta fitted up in the h?at rnaaibU manner, ool haa aleei log lor t?B3 peraont >h. i?. . Mrite >1IIIdler or <ln?an tiu tr-roomi; a I uue coamodioiii limine, ade dork; her Ctbini are wide, eiteualre, and airy and <nd her Ladiei'j Ha'oon hai sleeping acooinmodiifflT.' f,? 100. The Kna.no and Bo,lor. a,e all new Her draft !!r ?ar"I >'inn but thn 'e?t, she will nlw ?v? be able m erosa the bar without detention < r truiiliipir.-n', and i an thmalwava del .end upon reichmg Albany in tune for the cona-vanrea eomn mat and want. A tomt' r! f it) I'TON DJ I K?200 till.? Ameriea,, IMol. r.|.ial to my in market, from Mo. I to 5. Alio, 50 ba'ei Kxtra No I 2 ind J, manu'actnred expre-aly for pilot boiti, lor sale hv ' in* Itre K. K. COL.LINS St CO., 56 South at. * AUCTION SALES. I 1" A IS r. 1,1.,. AncttOMMr Store Vu. 11 Spruce tlreei. llpKnlar m u?uil of Kniniiur- prerv WMfilfad^V will Saturday. _ . AUo, of Dry Oood., mJ all other varicti'-a cvtry 1 unJ?v j ml Friday SECOND HANI) AND Nl VV FVRNITURK ?C. 8. 1 hMlTH & ' () will sell this djy a'. 10^ o'clock, iu the , stop* B;o?dway, corner r.f Dnane street,* quantity of second h*1 id Furnitu?e, from fairilie:. having leaioycd,in<1 udiiifcf i :i ply Infra in and Venetian < I)rugg?ts. Oil i'l< tli ma- j hr.ganf and maple ( hnirs, Sofa , Buaviu*, and Kitclici Uiensi'.s fcc. Iu:. j Also?By virtue of a h. Fa. vierution?Bomerind' ke, Mar- I shnl?Stiir Carper, Druggets and 1 'il Cloth Alsn?y<>iae escellent new kuroiiure. ml lt*rc | AUCTION NOTlC*.?A nust extrusive sale of truly j v iltianl FUR N I'l U t* - , of ail descriptions, will li?k? I p| M-e this dav at ito]clo? U, ,n tli- .Sale Booms 11 Rpruce i street, ami will ba co tinned on Monday, Ilou.e-kecpers and | olli *?? will do well I, *U? ud. if13 ir*in THOS Br.LL, Auctioneer BENJAMIN MOON BY AartioaMr. AUCTION NO l ICfcl??URNlTURh?B MOONEY k CO , wll .all I hi. Day, at (I o'clock, at No 91 Maid<-u L.ur, .11 ai.oitra.nt of Hoturhold Furniture, icmov.'d for con- I ?. inencr of ??h ^no, wntsa warn. mt It*in A TUTTLE, Auctioneer WATi MKH. JKWh.LL.KKY. < I TLKRY, KAM Y UOODS. tic ?.1at OB H PLAT'I' will aeli thin day at 10 n'cli ck, at tin* xueti..ii room No. 21 I'latt atreet an .i-tnrt* merit of fine Oold, Lever, and oilier W'ttheatliue Ku(liah I and America') J wrllerv Knncv (Jooita kc. AI?o. with winch the a.?le will comin ace, nu eaaortineiil ( Pen ant P< eliet I i 3 mid I btxdv Kuitea, in dozena ?ud on card*. amiable lor retailing, nnd worthy attention, Cr-talognea BOW r?a?tv. ml It*je QALK OK HANDSOME KUKN1TUHK- Saturday. May 0 1 h, at 10 o'rlock. at II Bedford atmt, will be told all the Kuruitrre contained in tn? houae, constating of au e agent Piano For'e. handaorne Kityi-tien Ma'b'e Top Pier and < nitre Tifcl?s. S.ifsa, .Mahogany ( hairs, Chineae Centre Table, 1 I ' It, trirau' olea, 3 ply and other Cnrpeta Oil Clotha, linbhv norma, Froch Chili Plated n tea, Marble Top wtijh* atrnda, Lreaaiuir Bureaus, Kreuch Bnlilea a, Mnttraaa Beds, Chamber Furniture, Oil I'diutirgs. Luokirit Olaaiea, Solar L.arnpi.elc. Alao, the Kitchru Furniture, nrcludii g n good Conkinl Store. iny4 item WM M'CORMICK, Auctioneer. AUCTION NOTICE?Kurniture of all ile.criprio'ia?Ou Saturday at 10>4 o'clock, in the Sales Rooms. II Spruce*!, the beat assortment tliia ?ca on of nil deacrintioua of Housekev mi tr.ieba* THOS, BELL, rtnnftirnatr nil 2t*eg l' A 1' ! : II If A Nti I N s . W. (f CURTIS, NO. 9 X MAIDEN LANE, ^fOULD reaiarct fully call the attention j'f tle-ir uumeroua t tioiis of new stvls I "per hanging' ol evary description and quality, which they offer for sale <n such prices a> canuot ftil to give satisfaction to purchasers. They have also ou haud and m ide to order, a superior article ef CURLKD HAIR MATTRA8SK8, wl icli for elasticity and curability cannot be esc-lied; together with Purified Lire Oeese Feather Ueila, Straw I'alliusteri. and very article in the Bedding and Upholstery business, at lew prices. m3 Iwis'ec BEA<JON COURSE?TROTTING. MONDAY, May tith, at 2 o'clock, P.M.?Purse $75, Mile Heats, host 3 in 5 under the saddle. (ieo. Spicer enters* b. it Tip Samuel McLaughliu br. in Lady Tompkit s H.Woodruff hr. g. (ieo Washington Immedia'ely alter, a Match for $200, h. ft. miie heats in wrRons C. Voorheei. names br. R. Cayuga Chief. H. Woodruff Roans pacing mare hairy Queen. m4 lfrc * "knt i.Miv n TUF.8DAY. May 7th, at 3>ii o'clock, P. M.-A Parse ol $75 Mile Hrats, best three in live, in haruess The following horses are entered ;? H. K. Jones b in Hutcher Oirl. H. Woodruff b in Ainenia. W. Wlieland b y Doctor. Mr. Martin b m Lady Swan. Mr Piatt***** h g Columella A Puna of $5tlfh will be given by the Proprietors, two mile heats in ha mess, free for all tr-tiiug hor?-s; $100 to go to the s**<ond h'st. lior*e in the race. To cmneotf Mav 14th?to close Friday, Mav loth hv 1(1 o'clock P. M , at Jones' Second Waid H >te!: th'e* or inoi firs' rate horses to make a roee. in I ?*8lMfcTli? A KINK Slack MAUK, listen hands BgK! ?Li?]rNline carriagr, a gon.l traveller, warranted kind in ^i2^^haraf?s. well calcnUtrd fo' family uac The owner hiv11 k i ii more uiefor hrr off ri to sell low. Kn<|uirr at Colborn '? Stables, uear corner of Wdsliington street in Liberty. int lt*m NKVV VOKK, ALU A \ V AM) THOV" HTKAMBOAT LINK. k'OK ALBANY AND THOY?Morning J*?l'i|d*Liiir irinntlie foot nl Barclay street, landing I"te: llledinle pltcea. 'I'll" ateainer TIIO Y, Captain A. (ioiham, tlua morning at 7 o'clock. 't'he steamer TUOY, Captain A. Oorhain, Mouday miming. at 7 o'clock. Kveninf Line from the foot of Courtlmdt street, direct. The atesmar ALBANY, Certain II. B. Maey, thia evening, at 7 o'clock. the ateainer SWALLOW, ( -|>uiu A -McLean, Monday evpniug. at 7 o'clock. The IJjatt of thia Line, owiug to their light drangnt of wa ter are able at all tiinea to p. is the bars, and reach Albany and Troy in ample time to take the morning Iriiu ?f cara for the enat or weat. Knr passage or freight, apply on hoard, or nt til- officea on the wbarrel, in Ire NANTlil.KK 1' HTKAMBOAT NOTICKT 0? The Steamboat MAHHACHIJ8BTTB, PfldiiajnCant L. I'hinney, will le we Cnrleara' Hook. font nl Water aireet, for A'antncket,?n Satnriliv. May 4th tr 5 o'clock. Kare$7. New ii rk v'ay 2d, 1844. m'J 2t 'ec K(IK NKW<IKLKANH.-LOUISIANA AND JifiNK.W VOIIK LINK. Positively Kirat Keguiar AllMpSal'aeliet, to aail 6th iuat?The fast sailing packet sl ip Oi MUI.UKK. I'aptani Peet, will positively sail as above, her regular day. K.i freight oi im-sage, having handsome furnished accommodations, apply on boird, at Orleans Wharf, foot of Wall aireet ort . E K. ( OLL1NS St CO '.K ?l,...ll, Potitiscly no good* receive I a(W this evening, ath iust?nt. *hiprers will pleat" tend in their hi I la ladi. u early this day piis?engrrt will nleite li" on hotrd, at Orle -ns ? hnrf foot ol \vo11 street, < u Monday In iuat, at 10 A M , .>t niin tm.c the ship will tail. Au-'ita in New Orleani?Mettrt. Ilultin and Woodruff, who will promptly forw .nl all goods to their address. Shippers by this line inav d'-ptid npnn basing their goods correctly tneatuied. and that the thipt of thia liue will tail punctually a? advertised, .til ire " ?A3Ep KC'lt i. IV K.KPOOL?Regular Packet of i h.- c li |||Km.)-'ThetpUndidnew picket ship ASH BURTON, MtMHatlaptiii'i llntlletor, huithru 1000 toot, will tbll at ahote,her resiilnrdic. Hr.ving very superior accrmmodatinns for cabin, tecond cabin and steerage paiaengers, and autimberof her berths beiuir slreidv et gircd, |? rjics intending to unbars, thould make immediate application on hoard, loot of Maiden I,ane, or to JOSKPH McMl'llRAV, 108 Pine Street, corner of South T1 c Aahliort 'd will he tucceeded hv the firtt clai* regular P clii-t thi-. -P plica Whitney, (Japt Wm. C. Thompson o ml on the firft lost. mlrc ^ p , MAOK FOR LIVERPOOL?Pnelmt of ftk fJWrwWMiv?The tpleiidid, fyit-tailinc -ml Iavorite Packet JMk)MMkwsl|>i' BROOKLYN, (aprim Richardson, will he positively despatched at abuse, Ie- regnl ir day. This flue ?hm hat csrell-nt accommodations for eabiu, s con"' cabin anil steer; ye passengers. , Those wishing to teciir* berths should make early application on board, at pier II I',, It , Coot of west Wall street, or lu W k I T PAPS OTT, mlrofirc 41 Peck Slip, cor. South St. ICT- Volt LON DON?Regular Packet of th7imh Mas ryfigV? l'lie first-class, fast sailing, ship MONTRKAL, "UUKiK. (4. Tinker, maitrr, will sail as abuse, Iter tegular day. I lie accnmmodittons for cabin, 2d cabin, and slecrage pis sen -era, ar' very soiwrinr, and as a number nfher berths arc aires d- eiigtg d. |a*isona interning to embark should in ike earls application to JOSKPH MeMUHrtAY. in Ire 104 Pins st. corner South. in. Y ?&? FOR LIVKHPooic-rirtt British Ship.?Th? sdHRVWvery flne A I, cornier-fattened British flop Mr l.b N IIiTiHr Till n 1 in" l, i, . p.,,,.. ? ,i.? whole of her carvo engaged, tint c-?n yet t?U?- .1 fe <v Ions of , colon in I goods and will have immediate despatch. For Oaiance of fr-igbt or cabin passage, having very handsome state-mom nccmntnndniions lor eight cabin maacrgers, winch will be taken on tn"derate terms, npplr to Captain IV tr>,on board, at pier "Co 1(1 North River, or to the subscribers, KOCH! , BROTHKHS Hi ( ()., mire '('> Fulton at. nest door to the Kultna Rank. MSE- FOR OL\8<iOVV?Diract?WithDiipatek?The SfSJI^mfiist clam Paeket Ship SALEM, Captain llcirn, will MsfiKssnil a? above '1 liii w?il known ahip haa vary superior accommodation* for cabin, second cabin and ate*rage passenger*. and a numb?r of her b'rtha are a I rand \ engaged Persons intendinc to emhark ahttnltl make immediate application ?m lioartl foot of far 1 treet, or to IAS MeMURKAV, 100 Pineitteet, corner South This verf superior veaael will return direct to .New Vork, thni affording a facility seldom to be met with f<.r iwrsnna desirous of aentling for their trienda 111 the neighborhood of Glasgow. or the North of Ireland Stear eri from Krlfiat. Londonderry. Port Rush, and Cnleraine, ply weekly 10 tllaag w, at very moderate ratea For passage, Air. . npnly aa above rnl rr XXf- FOR LIVERPOOL?To aa*l on the'ith May. the klsMPV'nlecdid new ahip MOUNT VERNON, Captain SBmrnmim* liven, no 1 loa-.tng at I'icr No .1. Ncrth Rtv. r, will be dupat' hetl aa abore. Thia an|terior ahip can hatnlaomely accoir.nindare a few passenger* in the eibin. to find themselves, at a very low rite. She ha? ala lia home on deck, in which passengers wi!l b* taken at the lowest steerage rate* Apply on t onrd the at ip. or to JOHN IfFROM AN,61 South street. N II The subscriber Ins made tin'qnnlled arrangements to bring out prsae.igera fram Great Hriitiin and 11 win id ny the rgnlir packet ships sailing from Liverpool every live days, and drafts lor *"V mount ere at all times for sale, payable it the Natiiei-I and Provincial Hoik, Ireland, and branches, and in ill the principal towns, aa wejl aa at a'I the principal hanking institution* thou:ghoot Kugland, Hcotl.ind. ana Wales, on appUcaMl aa above ___ nit |a Saw. PACKET FOR HAVRK?Second Line?The re.eWPV, tin p. PT NICHOLAS, John U. Pell, mailer, w II Hi jliV | mi the lit nl JIM ^F^^rriKlit or i ?umip apply t ? IIOYDk MINI Kb.N, mlec No. ft Tonlin lintIiIiiik*. rJij^. \ \i iir von SAI.K?J'h? wall known and faat im'Itiik alo >p-huilt \ aclif Ll'l ILLA Hill KdlK AVKLL, l*i torn, found ami fnmialiad in the mod .' mi'le'r inn"in-r, wit'i jib. maifl-aail, firm*Jib, Mill m IT ton mil. ihr 10 anrlmra nnd chain-cabin, haviPir I or l? rih?. will, Iml rnflfd hair matt-atara. bedding, ilun mi rnahinna curtain*. See , loohiu* and ralnn alovc, cluna, glaaa fcc.?wil' be aold on reaannahle term*. Kwiaire at the office of Mcf'.OlJN At CLAKK. 53 Wall?ti et mi lwi*? Q11K.AI INO PAPKH?50 bale* Patent Hheitinir Paper or O a ania-nor article for ahipa bnitoina, for aale by m2 3i re K K ( OLLINh m(), 5? aouth at RKK.K?m half h irrrla Heel, Weatarn Mem llarf, f'nm fat rattle, in flue order?for aale by ' mjjtrc K. K COLLINS It CO.. 56 .South al. AMUSEMENTS PALMO'H \ h \V YOHK OPKKA HUVKU. Uudrr llir Lirviti.ni of hiiuor UK BKC1NI8. \rr Adix'ttioa Oof Dollar, to all iwrta ol thr hour ~dU) Uoora oiirn .it 7?IVrfiirimiijcv to commraco at hmlf-I>a?t 7. LKADKK OK Tllkfolti HhwTKA"* 8!<J. RAPETTI. Combined Willi all tlir formi-r Uiatioauiahrd I'rofratnm. Cant N.lil,, oiHTbaHBIKHK. tar .1 a . M?NI>\V KVKMNU. MayClh. W ill b<* |*rfontivd l{t.??i>n*a rafrhia'ed and brilliant Opara of II- bAUBIh HK L)l HIVK LI A. H'sswi Sig't K Borgheac Pi*aro Hik < ontc Almsrira sig I *roizi Doctor U.iitoln . Sin ^swiuirico Don Baailio Hi* Mart in Bern Mignr-ra Alhrrtazn yifiT.ialr Sin Albcrttrxi riore'lo Sir Benetti Notaro Hip Alham N. B.?The B"i Office is now open etr-rr dvy during th? week, from lu o'clock A M., until I o'clock P M., wlicn seats mar be secured for tbc ensuing aeaaou. Kcitular scvuoua<als transferable Price S10 fur Twelve Representations. ^subscribers not securing teats, tlir price of ticket* la placed at (6 for the season?not tranaferablc. Stage Manag'f Mf. Wella (1 r~'1'he public arc eapcctfully iuforined that the Baths hare been newly arranged mil fitted up id a handsome atyle, and arc in full operorian, r.igbt and d*y. fAltli THNATHk Boiea 50 ("euta I Pit - 25 (JeuU | Oallrry 125k. THIS tVKMNU, May 1. will he iwrfomird ill- Comic Kaiiy Kilr.iiagain of KOllTU.V IO?Baron Duuovrr, Andrews; King Alb orite, f'l ippendale. After which. THE Vdl'.M. S' AMP To conclude with ihe WEDDING BJIEAKKAST?Doctor (r-dihout, Mr CI ip endale CHATHAM THKATKK. Boiea 25 I rrta I Pit 125a Centa. Benefit of Mr Mnsiop. THIS tVKNIN<4, May t, to cimmerce with EVADNKColonna. MrC.onuer; Evadne, Mrs McClure. After which Songs, Dances. Ac. To coucludc with the IIUS11 WIDOW. 31 ITCH ft: 1C ?' SO L. V Itl I7 ic I'll*; y,V|t, ITHIS EVENING, May 4, to commence with MAHRIAOK OH H IGAHO?Antonio, Mr Holland. Followed by TUB VOUNO SCAMP. Toe dude with MARRIED AM) SETTLED. NEW KN1CKKHBOtKBK THKATKE, A MP HIT HE A THE, DO VV ER Y, UNDER Tilk MANAGEMENT OF Mr. J. U. RUSSELL. THIS EVENING May t, "will liu performed, FOHBST OF BONDY-Capt A"hn VV Wood. After which BICH A GETTING UP aTAIRS? Sip I ar kilia, Mr Sice To eoneiude witli VALENTINE AND ORSON. AAEU1CAN fllti * Klin, A?U PERPETUAL V A 1 P . < oraer of Broadway and Ann ntrrrt. Opposite the Aator Hnnae. THE MOST BRILLIANT AND TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS. GRAND PERFORMANCES At half nail 3 o'clock afternoon, and 1 in the evening. The GIANT AND GIANTESS!! the two greate.t wondera of the rate,may he seen from 10 o'clock A. M till 1, from 2 till half-oaiti, ami from 7 till 10. Mr WINCHELL, the inimitable Drolleriat; Mr WM. COLE, the Cnutniliouiit: Mm ADAIR, the i harming Vocaliit; LA PB'l'ITK CKIMTO, the admired Dau*eu?e mid Singer Mr. SHERMAN; the woudetful and Darned DOG IIILLY'; and oLiiera of c|ual eminence ate engaged. The GD'SY FAMILY, an in number TheGII'SEY QUEf.N, the Fortune Teller, may be privately eontnlted at all hour* of the day and evening. Ticket* 23 cents?children under ten yeiu* lk>t cm'*. Tw?bIT-fivecenU eitm for privrte coninltaticm with tlieGipiey Qoeen. HH0 re PK' L.H. S HEW VOIIK niiHEt i AND PICTURE GALLERY. Broadway, opnciite the City Hall. MR. H. BENNETT, MANAGER A DWARF! As OLD AS TOM THUMB!! AND THREE INCHES SHORTER! A GIANTESS!! AND SEVEN PERFORMERS,! ! Alt for One Shilling. GREAT WESTERN, Mn. WESTERN, CELESTE, the Daniriue, Mr CONOVER, the Protean Performer, Miu ADAIR, the Sweet Songitreaa, and Mr. W. CONOVER, the celebrated Comic Singer. GirsEY GIRL, Haifa Million ol Cnuoaitiea, Splendid Picture Gtilery, Mrlodean, Grand Connoraina, Uc. Performance on Wednesday and Siturdav Alleruoon at. 3 o'clock. Evening Entertainment to cu nun uce at 8 o'clock. m2rc M II . \V A r. LACK HAS THE HONOR of announcing to ihe public of New York, that at the luggeatioa of a number of In* friends, lie will give hi* Entertainment in form of a LECTURE I) RAMATIV OLIO, IN TWO PARTS, On MONDAY EVENING, May Oil and TUESDAY EVEN|NO, th?Tth,at tfc?Libmrr (lull Inumy, town t i Leonard street, to comm-nce at half-put 7. PART I. 1?Introductory Addr'ss?Readii K from "Venice Presersed'-? Characters. lallier and P.erre ? [Otwav. 2?Reading and Reci'aions from "Romeo end Juliet-'?Characters, Romeo, Benvolio and Mercutio?Queen M-b ? [Shakspevre. 3 ? Anecdote i?l'the late celebrated Kdinu id Kuan and tli? ureal Vorali,t, Utahttm?dillereut mndrs ol' conceiving and ilisp'ay.i.g energy ?>i<1 force. 4?Recitalinii?llain'.et'a Soliloquy on Death; nud a short Lecture upon pointa in the taw* set ur, iviili Ophelia.? [Slmbspeare i? limitation?Jaques, "A? You Like It," The Seven Ages ? [Shaktpeare 0?Evidences of the Easy 'i'ranaition from the Sublime to the Ridiculous Souk?Coody Megan of Ballyporeen, a Parody on the Seven Ages ? [< <>|emau 7?Irish Stsry?Miraculous Aquatic Trip of 'Tat Dillon.-' pa"rt ii 1?Lecture upon points in the character of "Macbeth"?with incidental Iter t tat ions?[Hh akipee re 2?Anecdote of' Monsieur Arugaeuave," a Krench actor; hi* lose of Khnkspeare. and uovel style of culirism. 3?Very gruertl deal e to Act?" I he Theatres'-?the Heluge tor the Dest tuie?Supposed Easy Profession?"Iheatriral Washerwomen ' Song?.', tss Wat tie? [(J. Coleman. I?Anecdote ?;f Sheridan Knov l-i, author ol Virgini' S, kr Ahsruee of Miud?Want of th-> Kacnltv of lteineniberinK Nanus and Places. 5? Anecdotes of the I ite c-iehratetl C Matln-wi?Kirst Artival in America?Yellovt Kever?Second Vint?Every thing doue in Tweuty M nitres. kc . ke. 6 ? Recitation?The shipwreck; or. Two Ways of 'IVIIiiik one Stoiy ? [G. Coleman. TICKETS HATJ A DOLLAR. To be had at the Astor House, and all the usual placet, m 1 kti 2trc " A <; i: AND SACK' Kl?" VOCAL AN* 1 > INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT WILL TA K K PLAC E n Transfiguration Church. I Lambers ?trc -l. (for the Bet efit <u said Chuch,) an SUN D A Y EVENING, Mar Mh, at o'cloik, t utier the dtractiim Slti IN' Iit n/\rf,i j 1. The foil iwmg Ladies and Gentlemen htye kindly volunteered tf eir valuable services for the occasion HON'A K. BOIIGIIESK, MADAMK i? | l o, mrs. DUNN. 81UNOR 1)K. BKMNIM. 8! UNO 11 PEKOZZI, SIM.NOR nANQUIKH O. HIUNOH MARTINI. 8IMNOR MORAL.( '.8, SIM. RAPKTTI. with a full nnil elhcient ORCHESTRA. SIONOR ETIENNE. with a fall < HORUS of Ladies sad Mimlem-ii connected with Pnliw.'s New York Opera House, by cutsnt ol Mr. Paltr.o. P ROM It AM M K . PART FIRST. I?llraoil Overture Brllini 1?Aria, "O Sn I ii urn Oi'ia," - Balf hill M or aba J?Duetto from Mun, [T" err anil Soprano] Rossini, Hignotn Horghese anil Hignor Pvctil I?Am wifh Chorus, from Rossini's Stabat Mat-r,'' "liiflarnariu," MoCm Otto i?Uuarirtip from Mo? ?, Rossini Sigrnra Borah ?e, Suuor Perczzi, 8i|t '.)* Begins and Sic Sonquiricn, with Chorus. part "second. I?Grand Orrrtarr Vercarlunte 1?Ana, " Lwidate Priori Dorninnm," composed ezpresslv lor Mrs Dunn by Su Maestro Bagioli- MrsDnnn 3?Cantico fiooi Donizetti, with organ accompaniment, hv Sic Etienns Sig PflOSfti 4?Chorus, from Moses in Egypt Rossini J? llecitatiro ar.il Aria * Bound the Trumpet," by Hammill ; Mad Otic 6? Preght ir>, from Mores, Rossini Sig'a Borghrse, Signni IVrtZ/.i, Sig De Pegu s, Sig Hainjuiriro Sir vlartini and Kull Chorus. IT7"TICKKT-t FIFTY < ENT3?<To Admit One)?can be tiau at ihe I stkolic Bookstores, and at (he doors oil the e.enirgofthe Concert. list lleod * re DOCTOR JOHN (iH A N< iliK, HAS REMOVED from his late residence, it Amity srrert, to No 17 l.isproard itreel, New York. mt 31 re HEMOVAL, AAHS. CARROLL'S MEDICATED VAPOR AND Wl SULPHUR BATHS, will be removed, tha li st or M-t. froin Co" rtlan.lt Street, to Jii Broadway, two doors above City Hospital, whet" she w ill be happy to see l.rr fronds and patrons aplltf is rc J. B. WINDLE Ac Co., ivtpomms nt* asp rir.ai.ias is TABLE fUTI.eRY. HARDWARE. TINWARE, WOOD WAP.K . BRUSHES, BASKETS, MATS. Sir No. ,r)6MAIDP.N' I.ANE, Niw York Packet ships, Steiniboats, lloirls, ard Private llousea, furnithrd at manufacturing prices, the shortest notice. They import nod nhtaiu fl.??ir goods direct from the fieturirs?punhmtin/t entirely fin <.ath?having thr laritemt t tore am I Block in thr United .Slnlff?they offer inducements thai cs*i l>a found no m here e|?a. .N B.?Kve-ry .trticle in their line manufactured to order of the b?sl material and workmanship, f'.ituloKiifM to }? hid at 'he stof. ni4 ltdliwy*tn STRANOEKS HE WAR E. IN THIS AUK OK ?l A1 KKKV AM) HUMBCU, it it ' moil import ill inferior' in ni?ririiiI'll iilivtirinu?DR. J KVANS li.it rrnioii-il ln> Old Oalrn'a H'td Ditpwrnnry tn No 28S rmrl, corner of B?kimn street, where he continue! lilt motl 'itrinr.liiiary ruin of nil delicate dim wi, no maifr how'emptiest'<1 lie tppritea the Cltiaeni and itraiinera tlioI th're it no Dr. Knn in flit old Hand, and 'hat ho hat no eon notion whatever Willi mi. other effire. I lit chartf* atem ider itr, hit roattiltitimis Irirtly private. N B ?Obieire llit nuinliir?iimtakei are often dancer.>n?? 2?? P-arl ?l II / "Medicines and directions twit to any pan of tin- l/nion, l>y raitirnlarly tlaliiiK the cane, and enelotii.ii five dollart. ml 11 rc f VHHOLUTK >N OK f O-f AIITN K IISHIP N-nee it hereby given, thai the e i partnership h of' I' n rftliin l'l*"n JAM IS LAWAI.A, JOHN ' ORHAO, ami OlIIDO MAID INI, ia lint day dirtolml l>y lit own Itmi(ation. May Itr. 1841. JOH N lORIlAO and (JUIDO MAID INI Iff nrc to inform iIimt cn?tomcr? *%n?l the public, that th*> w? I continue 1'ie Hair f)rrmitiu huiioem joint acoiiDt, *f their ol'l ***tibli*himiit, 187 Broadway, up ?tair?, mil will sparr uo pAlllfl 10 rl?w N. B ?< ImmpooiriT ai ?* ttal, ami Hair I ittwK infbemott UnliMin-hle ? yle m>3 3tn* rr IMPORTANT TO THOME vv 1THOUT CI 11 Iil >K EN THOSK. Interasted. will i"cr f hti an nsercy ivevtehhth I td for i < "'p ? MM UKROMfcAI X'4 W,,,.|e,i?| Prorwati rr 8 liiir I crdm [f^Ree advert oma ' on latt rnlnmn oI fosruipam a^l? 1m it * ? I a MM?V) ti?rcpt, tngar nml, handsomely ?ut anil trimmed i1 tad tmall .iw?-for utte by K K I OI.LI NH It Co . I m2 l.rr N1 Month street. 'f'O.M .1' KM Inn ||..I Minnknl T.n yi-t irai I'd I in any i limale? for sale by K. K.' f>l.|.|.NM fc i O. ml Itrc V8 Mouth sueci BY THE SOUTHERN MAIL* Washington. [<'orrc?|K)u<lruce of ih? Herald.] Washington, May 2, lti44. Mr. Ingrrtull't Rtjxtrt -m Ttxat? Extraordinary iJtvtlopmtnt. The editorial article in the < ilobe calls Mr lngersoll's report the most " authmhr" exhibition of the subject which has yet api>eared. This word 44aa/irtifi'-" is significant, vn 1 have the means of Th. fu/.t !. fli.tMr I li 4 .?v 1UV-. ... lug'-ISOU, aS cmairman of the Committee or Foreign Relations, has had constant and confidential communication with (lie Executive upon all matters pertaining to our relutions with Texas and Mexico, and is perfectly and correctly informed on all these subjects. He, therefore, toenks by authority, and discloses in his report many inost important parts not hitherto laid before the public. Thus much it is necessary to say in order to understand Mr. IngersolPs position and the weight of credit to be given ts his statements. Among these revelations is the all-important fact, that hs far as our government|can,be informed,ther* is and will be no insuperable difficulty with Mexico, unless England makes it. The report states that the debt ol Mexico to England is at least $60,000,000. 1 understand that it is between #6? and $80,000,000. With such a rod in pickle, not to mention innumerable other influences, actually owning a great number of the mines, and various means of control, England can do with Mexice pretty much as she pleases. And it is a fact on which you may rely, that the British Minister here lias said that he made the lute armistice between Mexico und Texas. He spent, as the report says, fifteen years in Mexico, with all the means and ha bits of British superintendence there. And you see that the merchants have presented him with a magnificent service of plate for his services. Transferred to Washington, Bankheud.who was for a good while, the English Charge d'Aflaires here, was sent to take Pakenham's place in Mexico, und Elliott, who headed the invasion of China three years ago, a blunt, roystering, naval gea-captain, ihe very kind of a man to deal with General Houston, is planted as the British minister in Texas. Thence lie comes, socials a part of the winter in New Orleans, for the benefit of undisturbed communication with Mr. Pakenham, and with all the many persons in this country who are disposed, by almost every means, to prevent the annexation of Texas. Proot of any clandestine transaction can hardly be palpable. Put you may rely upon it, that proof exists of which adequate disclosures will lie made, lo convince all reasonable people that it i* not with Mexico tin United Stutrt have any catue to apprehend trouble, but with England. The report more than intimates that such overtures have been made by our government to Mexico, as cannot be rejected by that republic, if she acts independently of British influence. The great object coveted by England from Mexico, is the port of San Francisco, in California. This, Burely, it is the indispensable duty of this government, by all lair means, to prevent. Let there be no further additions to tne vast possessions of (treat Britain on the Pacific. The noit of Ban Francisco is by far the finest and almost the only great harbor on the American side of the Pacific. It is not a great way from the disputed territory in Oregon, and would he invaluable lor the whale and other American commerce on the Pacific ocean. This port, the cotton lands of Texas and the emancipation of the Blaves there, are objects of British cupidity. And none of them will they be allowed to gel, if the United .States can prevent it. Thus the Texa s question becomes a cotton question?a slave question?a commercial question?a British and American issue, and anything in the world but a mere matter of simple good Isith between the United States and Mexico. These, then, are the issues shadowed forth in Mr. Ingersoll's report, and upon these issues he argues to prove that the motives of Mr. Clay, Mr van ivuren, ivir. <>aiiatm, ivir. nenion, anu nil others who have limited their view to the mere matter of not breaking the faith of a treaty with Mexico, fall entirely snort of the great contest lor self preservation and independence of transatlantic interference which Great Britain forces upon the United Stntes. I have been credibly informed that Mexico can have $10,1)00,000, and the release of the several millions now claimed o| herfrom the United States lor (lie San Francisco boundary, formerly attempted by( icn. Jackson,which by,one great stroke of policy, settles at once both the Texas and the Oregon questions, and puts an end tot ever to English encroachment Httd domination on tins continent. These are a part of the overtures with which the messenger was charged who left here about a fortnight ago lor Mexico. '1 his messenger, who went by express, must, on his arrival at Mexico, anticipate cither dispatches troui Gen. Almonte and the British Minister, which were sent by the ordinary conveyance. Furthermore, Mr. Ing> rsoll's Report reveals the astounding fact that this government, in its eagerness (or Florida,many years before the revolt ot the Spanish American colonies, actually went so iar as to offer to Spain to guarantee their colonial condition. Acting upon which precedent, the Report hints that the present administration has signified to Mexico that she may tie guaranteed in her Republican Independence from all European domination provided she consents to the f*an Francisco boundary, and to make no further opposition to the restoration of Texas to the United States?thus consenting to live in jieace, progressive power, and constant harmony, as these two great Republics of North America ought to live. These are great strokes of lofty policy. You see bow completely this view of the subject demolishes the " wise saws and modern instances" by which Messrs. Clay, Van Buren, Benton, and Gallatin, attempt to arrest or postpone the rcannexntion on the jilea of a breach of national faith. The Report, which is calmly and disjiaasionately written, I think shows very clearly that their idea makes alulae issue. The true issue is undoubtedly between thia country and <5rent Britain. It shown that it i* the right ol the United States, according to the strictest principles ol international law and justice, and the plain interest <f Mexico, to settle the Texas question without the least reference to England. Unless England interferes more strenuously than I think she will, that consummation will lie peaceably accomplished. At all events, it w ill be presented to this country and before the world, in such lights as to convince evety body that the United States are obnoxious to no charge of breach of faith, aggression, or injustice. The Mexican Minister having orders from his government could not do less than put an end to i bis intercourse with this government, and leave Washington as soon as the treaty was sent to the Senate, tint I am positively informed that he is not irreconcilably hostile either personally or officially, but sincerely anxious that the terms proffered may be accepted, lietng, at home, of the party opposed to President Santa Anna, (irneral Almonte s position lit re is one of peculiar delicacy. But lie is a gentleman of excellent good sense, and very good leehngs?not at all disposed to put his country under the Britisli wing. 1 have reason to believe that he is sincerely and patriotically anxious that all out difficulties may be amicably adjusted. In New York, he is less expo-*d to the importunities of the British Minister, and perhaps the intrigues of other minister# here, who arc stud to be attempting to naturalise European diplomacy among us. wnich you may depend upon will signally fail, for the (.ilobe [Mr. Benion 1J niiiv say what it will ol John C.Calhoun, but be will, in all tin* business go straight ahead with a single eye to the great result. I*. B. Wasiiivuto.n, May 2, 1844. In the House, sundry unimportant report* Ironi committees, and the discussion on the Tariff.? Nothing in the whole ol it Several of the Virginia delegation say they shall sup|H>rt Mr. Van liuren, and they believe Virginia v. ,ii ,i,i inn. n,,iwithstanding the late unforlu n.ife result of the lection, and notwithstanding Mr. Van Huren's Inter againnt annexation. The democrats give nil the majority on joint ballot to the wing*, in the Virginia Legislature. You nee the ftlobe to-ilay attacks Calhoun. The -rcret ot it ih tin* It conie* Irom Kenton, who lute* Calhoun a* lie docs the devil. Calhoun is likely to he in hi* way in 'IX, and he must he smashed. It may he regarded ns the first gun for 'IX, tired hy Kenton, to kill oil siipcrnuiiiitty candidate* ol the democracy. A word to the wiae S. K. 1)1 atii nY axot1ikr MkMURR OF CoiMMW.-'Tile Ihiltitnor'-Clipper of yesterday says?" We were informed yesterday of the death ot Mr. Hrinekerlioll, ot < miio, who. Irotu indisposition, had heen prevented Iroin taxing his seat in the present Congress.*' Naval.?Tlie C. S Irigaie ('.. sfrllaiion. Com. Kearney, arrived from It io Janeiro, anchored in lUmptou lloada on Tuesday night < ommsdors Jonea, late commander of the Paciflc Hrpiadwn, came psaaetiger in the Constellation. t M I.rig < lopola, Lt. ( ommandar iiardnir, anchored in Hampton Hoada name evening. 00 day* Irnm Kin Janeiro, having onboard the material* avert from the late C * "loop of war Concord, wrecked on.the r?t Coaatof Attica I'. S tirig Conaort, Lt. com Handy, 4 day* from harleatpn, anchored off the Naval 11<>*| 11111 yc?terday alternoon IJ. B. schr Wave, Lt. Com limit, *adod ySaturday Uternoou lor Naw York.

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